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1951 




Presented by the Students of 

EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

Euclid, Ohio 

Editor Marilyn Mathers 

Associate Editors Sue Town 

and Flora McPherson 

Business Managers Ray Grill 

and Ralph Weber 



One of the last official acts of each graduating 
class of Euclid Senior High is the presentation 
of a gift to the school. The January '51 class 
presented Mr. Owens with the school flag, pic- 
tured below, a blue emblem upon a gold satin 
background. 




"77ie Memories of 



Page Two 





Our Friendships Here' 



Printing by Edw. T. Samuel, Printers 
Engraving by Cleveland Engraving Company 
Typography by Commercial Typesetting Company 
Covers by Mueller Art Cover and Binding 
Photography by Chesshire Studios 

Page Three 



dedication ... 

l/i/E, the 'Euclidian staff of 1951, dedicate this book to 
our Alma Mater. Though it has been in existence only two 
years, it holds a place of reverence in the hearts of all 
''Euclid's sons and daughters." 

The Alma Mater expresses all the loyalty and gratitude 
we feel towards our school, so generously given to us by 
our parents and friends; our faculty, always willing and 
anxious to help us with our problems and studies: and our 
classmates, who have shared our joys, sorrows, work and 
play. Our Alma Mater "lifts the hearts of all" whenever 
and wherever it is sung. 

With the passing of time its words will assume an even 
deeper meaning, reviving the "memories of our friend- 
ships here." 

We can truly say "Alma Mater, Euclid High School, all 
our praise we bring to thee." 



Page Four 



alma mater 



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

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



Lawrence Beck 
Lester Angene 



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The Euclid Panthers played and won their 
first home football game of the 1950 season 
in the new stadium when they played host 
to Shaker Heights, the defending Lake Erie 
League champions. 

During the half-time ceremonies of the 
Homecoming game between the Euclid Pan- 
thers and the Parma Redmen on October 
30th, 1950, Euclid High's 332,000.00 stadium 
was formally dedicated. Mr. Ike Driver, prom- 
inent civic leader, who is keenly interested in 
the youth of our community, addressed the 
gathering. Mr. Russell Glass, president of the 
Euclid School Board, made a presentation of 
all athletic facilities which was accepted on 
behalf of the students and faculty by Clifford 
Owens, principal. Mr. Keay, athletic director, 
acted as master of ceremonies. 

The present stadium has a seating capacity 
of 3,000 which can be doubled through addi- 
tional construction if the need arises. The 
building of Euclid's new stadium, one of the 
most modern and complete in the district, 
was the final step in fulfilling the require- 
ments for membership in the Lake Erie League. 




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The pictures at the right show the stadium 
under construction: pictured below is the 
stadium after completion. 




Page Eight 




Page Nine 



table of contents 

Faculty Page 1 1 

Seniors Page 19 

Juniors Page 53 

Sophomores Page 65 

Classes Page 75 

Clubs Page 83 

Dramatics Page 103 

Publications Page 109 

Music Page 113 

Girls' Sports Page 121 

Boys' Sports Page 128 

Social Life Page 143 



Page Ten 




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"Learning 




board of education 



The edition of the Euclidian is a Record of 
School Friendships. While it tells but a partial 
story, that story is important to all members 
of the class of 1951. I hope it will always 
remain so. It may become even more important 
in the years ahead. 

While the fullness and effectiveness of life 
cannot be measured adequately in terms of any 
one experience, yet fortunate is the young man 
or woman who has learned during high school 
days to make real friendships with their teachers 
and with their classmates. 

Preserve this record well. It will be a con- 
stant source of satisfaction to you long after 
your high school days have passed. 

-Russell H. Erwine 




RUSSELL H. ERWINE 
SUPERINTENDENT 



Row 1, left to right: Mr. Loyal E. Luikart, Vice-President; Mr. Russell 
Glass, President: Mr. Russell Entitle. Superintendent. Mr. John F. Davis. 

Row 2, left to right: Mr. Stewart A. Cox, Clerk-Treasurer: Mr. Frank 
B. Mills, Business Manager; Mr. C. E. Bowman, Mr. Ray J. Turk. 



Page Twelve 



CLIFFORD G. OWENS 
PRINCIPAL 



Through the medium of this year book we 
shall be able to live again the second year of 
our school's existence. Portrayed here in pic- 
ture and prose are many of the happy 
memories of activities in which we all shared 
and participated. Yes, the Euclidian will be 
cherished by all of us, now and in the years 
to come. 

My personal congratulations to the staff and 
sponsor for this superior production. I am sure 
that your efforts will be rewarded in a feeling 
of self-satisfaction as well as by words of praise 
from those who examine your excellent work. 
— Clifford G, Owens, Principal 





WALTER SCHWEGLER 
VICE PRINCIPAL 



GRADUATES OF 1951: 

You are stepping into places of responsibility 
that will call into use the full measure of every 
skill and ability you have acquired in your 
years in school. 

And now, you are prepared by reason of 
home opportunities, community advantages and 
educational effort to be considered graduates 
of Euclid Senior High School. May you always 
be as proud of your school in the future as you 
have been during your student days. 

Euclid will be proud of you who will be 

numbered among the many successful graduates. 

— Walter Scbwegler, Vice-Principal 



Page Thirteen 



faculty 




Harriet Sheats 
Dean of Girls 



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Meryl Baumer 
Dean of Boys 




Lucille Aingworth 
English 
B.A. Flora Stone 

Mather 
M.A. Columbia 

University 



Roy Apple 

Journalism, English 
B.S. Fenn College 
Kent State 

University 
Western Reserve 

University 
Ashland College 
John Carroll 

University 



Pauline Berg 
English 
B.S. Kent State 

University 
M.A. Western 

Reserve University 



Lillian Barrow 
Commercial 
M. S. Muskingum 

College 
M.A. University of 

Pittsburgh 



Lester Angene 

Chairman of English 

Department 
English, Psychology 
B.A. Heidelberg 
M.A. Ohio State 

University 
Ohio University 



Olin Bailey 

Biology, Visual 

Education 
A.B. Rio Grande 

College 
M.S. Ohio State 

University 
Western Reserve 

University 



Robert Bennett 
Social Studies, 

Business 
B.S. Ohio State 

University 
M.A. Ohio State 

University 
Mexico City College 
Western Reserve 

University 
University of 

Amsterdam 

Harold Blackburn 
English 
A.B. Otterbein 

College 
M.A. Western 

Reserve LIniversity 



Page Fourteen 



faculty 



Clemens Blauch 


Jean Bowditch 


Social Studies 


School Librarian 


B.S. Kent State 


A.B. Western 


University 


Liberty State 


M.A. Ohio State 


Teachers' College 


University 


B.S. in L. S. 


University of Akron 


Western Reserve 




University 


Adrian Buerger 


James Calvert 


Mathematics 


Physical Education, 


B.S. University of 


Science 


Dayton 


B.A. North Central 


E.E. Ohio State 


College 


University 


M.A. Ohio State 




University 




Western Reserve 




University 


Pera Campbell 


Ford Case 


English 


Industrial Arts 


B.A. Defiance 


B.S. Ohio University 


College 


M.S. University of 


M.A. Ohio State 


Wisconsin 


University 




University of 




Wisconsin 




Louise Darst 


Spartoco DiBiasio 


Chairman of 


Physical Education, 


Commercial Dept. 


Science, 


B.A. Oberlin College 


Psychology 


M.A. New York 


B.A. Oberlin College 


University 


M.A. Columbia 




University 




Western Reserve 




University 


Clarence Eckert 


A. C. Galicki 


Industrial Arts 


Industrial Arts 


B.S. Kent State 


B.S. Ohio University 



University 
M.A. Kent State 
University 



James Gebhart 
Chairman of 

Science Dept. 
B.S. Heidelberg 

College 
M.S. Ohio State 
University 
Western Reserve 

University 
Wisconsin 

University 
Toledo University 




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Dorothy Gill 

Chairman of Girls' 

Physical Education 

Dept. 
B.A. Ohio State 

University 




Page Fifteen 



faculty 




Wilma Gilman 


Bruce Graham 


Social Studies, 


Social Studies 


Languages, 


B.A. University of 


Business 


Akron 


B.A. Heidelberg 


M.S. Ohio State 


College 


University 


Western Reserve 


Western Reserve 


University 


University 


Joseph Gram 


Dale Harper 


Physical Education, 


Chairman of Music 


Swimming 


Department, 


B.A. Ohio State 


Instrumental 


University 


Music, Music 




Theory 




B.S. Cincinnati Con- 




servatory of Music 




University of 




Cincinnati 




University of Akron 




M.S. Western 




Reserve University 


Leon Heinlein 


Margarette Heintz 


Science, 


English, Languages, 


Mathematics, 


Business 


Automotives 


B.A. Western 


B.S. Ohio University 


Reserve University 


M.E. Ohio Univer- 




sity, 




Kent State 




University 




Marion Hoddick 


Richard Keay 


Chairman of Home 


Science 


Arts Department 


A.B. Miami 


B.S. Ohio State 


University 


University 


M.A. Western Re- 


M.A. Western 


serve University, 


Reserve University 


Kent State Univer- 




sity, 




Ohio University 


Elsie Kluter 


Harry Koth 


Physical Education, 


Chairman of 


Swimming 


Mathematics Dept. 


A.B. University of 


Mathematics, Science 


Michigan 


B.A. Baldwin 


Western Reserve 


Wallace College 


University 


M.A. Ohio State 




University 


Dolores Kramer 


Jane Lais 


Physical Education, 


Physical Education, 


Home Arts 


Business 


B.S. Kent State 


B.S. Kent State 


University 


University 



Page Sixteen 



faculty 



Edith Lemon 
Home Arts 
B.S. Northwestern 

College 
M.A. Western 

Reserve University 



Robert Lewis 

Physical Education, 

Swimming 
B.S. Slippery Rock 

State Teachers 

College 
M.A. Western 

Reserve University 



Neil MacKeigan 


Edmund Mize 


Chairman of 


Commercial 


Language Dept. 


B.S. Ohio State 


Languages, English 


University 


B.A. Allegheny 




College 




Western Reserve 




University 




M.A. Western 




Reserve University 




June Phypers 


John Pohto 


Commercial 


Industrial Arts 


B.A. Denison 


B.S. Ohio State 


University 


University 


M.A. Western 


M.A. Western 


Reserve University 


Reserve University 


Radcliffe College 




New York 




University 




Middlebury College 




Nicholas Price 


John Reeves 


Industrial Arts 


Commercial 


B.S. Ohio State 


B.S. Kent State 


University 


University 




M.A. Western 




Reserve University 



Leonard Robuck 




Grace Shepard 


Speech, English, 




Physical Education, 


Dramatics 




Swimming 


B.A. Western 




B.A. LaCrosse State 


Reserve Univers 


ity 


Teacher's College 


M.A. Western 






Reserve Univers 


ity 




Harry Spangler 




Helen Stewart 


Science 




Social Studies 


B.A. Heidelberg 




B.S. Kent State 


College 




University 


M.S. Western 




M.A. Western 


Reserve Universi 


ty 


Reserve University 
Ohio State 

University, 
University of Zurich 




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Page Seventeen 




I. M. Stubbart 
Mathematics 
B.A. University of 

Iowa, 
Cleveland Teachers' 

College 



Clarence Swackhammer 
Chairman of Boys' 

Physical Education 

Department 
B.S. Ohio University 
M.A. Columbia 

University, 
Ohio State University 



Jan Tompkins 
Vocal Music 
B.M.E. Oberlin 
College 



Ruth Vermillion 
English, Languages 
B.A. Akron 

University 
M.A. Western 

Reserve University 



Stanley Whiteside 
Chairman of Social 

Studies 

Department 
B.A. Ohio State 

University 
Wisconsin 

University 



John Supance 
Auto Driving 
B.S. Ohio University 
M.E. Kent State 
University 



Norman Thompson 
Science 
B.S. Kent State 

University 
Western Reserve 

University 



Anthony V. Vaccariello 
English, Languages 
B.S. Miami 

University 
M.A. Western 

Reserve University 



Fred Vollman 

Chairman of Arts 

and Industrial 

Arts Departments 
B.S. Cleveland 

Institute of Art 
Western Reserve 

University 
M.A. Western 

Reserve University 
Lincoln School of 

Welding 



Beula Wilson 
Mathematics 
B.A. Western 

Reserve University 
M.A. Western 

Reserve University 
University of 

Southern 

California 



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President, 
Andrew Dorfeld 



Vice-President, 
Robert Behnke 



Secretary, 
Jean Fertig 



Treasurer, 
Roy Brown 



President, 
Alan Cross 



Vice-President, 

Howard Welch 



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Secretary, Secretary, Treasurer, 

Nancy Moretti Mary Jo Replogle Charles Lays 



seniors 



ANDERSON, JANE 

Not only can she define charm, she practices it. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, 
Board 4; Ad Club 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 
2; Newcomers Club 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Staff; Sr. Play Cast; Prom Comm. 3; Majorette Club 
1; Choir 1; Dancing Club 3; Knitting Club 4; Senior 
Act. Club 4. 

AUER, DOLORES 

The better you know her, the better you'll like her, 
Cadette 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sr. Play Staff; Majorette Club 1; Choir 1, 2, 3; Bridge 
Club 3. 



BEHNKE, ROBERT 

Bob doesn't take track just for fun, he hasn't a car 
so he has to run. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Soph. Class Pres., Jr. Class 
Pres., Sr. Class Vice-Pres.; B.L.C. 3, 4; Cadet 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2; Track 
1, 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 2, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BOSTON NORTON 

Into the clouds he towers. 

Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3; Letterwinner 2. 3, 4; Stage Crew 
4; Varsity 2, 3; Senior Act. Club 4. 



BOZELL, GEORGENE 

"Ginger" and spice and everything nice. 

Entered from Shaw High in Jr. Yr. 
Cadette 3, 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Staff; Majorette Club 3; Choir 3; Canasta 4. 

BROWN, ROY 

WsV always by the bubbling "brook." 
Student Council Planning Comm. 4; Jr. Class Treas.; 
Sr. Class Treas.; Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 
3, 4; Letterwinner 3. 4; Sr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; Stage Crew 4; Dancing Club 3, Pres. 3; Ping- 
Pong 4. 

DORFELD, ANDREW 

We first heard his name, when by his accordion he 
won fame. 

Entered from East Tech in Jr. Yr. 
Sr. Class Pres.; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Letter- 
winner 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Senior Act. Club 4. 

FENSKE, ALBERT 

Thou seemest to enjoy life! 

Sr. Class Sec; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Football 1; 
Baseball 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4, 
Treas. 4; Camera Club 3; Madrigals 3, 4. 



FERTIG, JEAN 

A gal with a career — Barney. 

Entered from East High in Jr. Yr. 
Sr. Class Sec; Cadette 3, 4; Football Attendant 4; 
Y-Teen 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Majorette Club 3, 4; Major- 
ette 4; Choir 3; Senior Act. Club 4. 

FOLL1S, NANCY 

A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance! 
Soph. Class Treas.; Cadette 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4. 
Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Bus. Staff 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Staff; Sr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 
1, 2, 3; Dancing Club 3, 4; Modeling Club 4. 




Page Twenty-one 



seniors 




FRAZIER, JOHN 

Better to be mad with a crowd than wise by yourself. 
Football 1; Baseball 1; Choir 1; P.A. Club 1; Recrea- 
tion Club 4; Card Club 2; Checkers Club 1, 2; 
Ping-Pong 4. 

GOTTHARD, ELEANORE 

She has a kindly glance and a friendly spirit. 

Choir 2; Knitting Club 1; Arts and Clubs 2; Art 

Club 4. 



HANKS, CLIFFORD 

"I like the girls, but they frighten me. Can't someone 
suggest a remedy?" 

Cadet 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Letterwinner 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Stage Crew 3, 4; 
Whittling Club 4; Lettermen's Club 4. 

KALTENBACH, KENNETH 

Everything comes to him who waits. 

Newcomers Club 2; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 4; 

Math Club 3, 4, Pres. 4. 



KEMTER, LOIS 

Life is not so short but what there is always time 
for courtesy. 

Student Council 2, 3; Cadette 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Knitting Club 2 3; Camera Club 1; 
Canasta Club 4. 

KRIVOY RAY 

He works when he has nothing else to do. 



LUONGO, EDWARD 

Always loathed books! This world is meant for fun. 
Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Dancing Club 4; Varsity 
Club 1, 2; Chess and Checkers 3; Ping-Pong 4. 

MARTIN, FRED 

Talking comes by nature, silence by wisdom. 
Jr. Class Treas.; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4; Track 3; Letterwinner 4; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Lettermens' Club 4. 



MASON, THOMAS 

Marks, not women, are his aim. 

Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Ad Club 3, 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Letterwinner 4; Stage Crew 4; Movie Club 3, 4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Math Club 3, 4; Lettermens' Club 4. 

MCWHERTER, GLORIA 

She must have been told silence is golden. 

Service Club 1; Y-Teen 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Choir 

1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3; Knitting Club 

3,4. 



Page Twenty-two 



seniors 



MILLER, JOAN 

You will know her by her shoes. 

Entered from East High in Sr. Yr. 
Y-Teen 4; Sr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 4; Choir 4; 
Stage Crew 4; Modeling Club 4. 

NEUMEISTER, ELLEN 

the brains of the "combination". 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Student Council 2; Y-Teen 
2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; 
Sr. Play Staff; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Dancing Club 3; 
Sr. Act. Club 4; Knitting Club 4; Modeling Club 4. 



PAELCHEN, DOLORES 

You may know her by the company she keeps. 
Y-Teen 1, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3; Choir 1, 2; Needle- 
work 4, Pres. 4; Writing for Fun 3. 



PETERS, JANET 

It's nice to be natural. 

Y-Teen 2, 3; Sr. Play Staff; Choir 3,/ 

Fun 3; Needlework 4; Dancing Club 4. 



Singing for 



PETERSON, GOLDIE 

"Euclid's mine" 

Entered from John Hay in Sr. Yr. 

Y-Teen 4; Needlework 4. 

POWELL, DAVID 

Look at the birdie — hold it. 

Ad Club 2, 3; Jr. Play Staff; Sr. Play Staff; Survey 
Ed. Staff 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Orchestra 2, 3; 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; Canasta Club 3; 
Camera Club 4; Pres. 4. 



RAZAYESKI, DOLORES 

A bright little person to have around; another like 
her cannot be found. 

Y-Teen 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3; 
Singing for Fun 3; Operetta 3; Needlework Club 4. 

SANDSTROM, KENNETH 
See if 1 care. 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Track 4; Jr. Play Cast; Music for Fun 3, 4. 



SCHOENBECK, CAROL 

A merry heart. 

Service Club 2; Y-Teen 3; Newcomer's Club 2; 
G.A.A. 3; Choir 4; Singing for Fun 3, 4; Needle- 
work Club 4. 

SCHUDEL, WILLIAM 

An honest man has nothing to fear. 
Ad Club 2, 3; Baseball 3; Stage Crew 1, 2, 3; Movie 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Meteorology 3, 4; Math, 
for Fun Club 4. 




Page Twenty-three 



seniors 




SHEPARD, GEORGE 

The more people I see the better I like myself. 
Student Council 2, 3, 4; B.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Gadette 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Newcomer's Club 2; Football 3, 4; Mgr. 
3, 4; Sr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Scale & Tri- 
angle 1, 2. 

STERLING, THOMAS 

So very full of fun that he jokes with everyone. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 4; Asst. Sports Ed. 4; Orchestra 2; 
French Club 1, 2, Vice-Pre's. 1; Ping-Pong Club 4; 
Singing for Fun 4; Sr. Act. Club 4. 



SUGDEN, PATRICK 

"Aiv come on girls, leave me . 
Student Council 3; Hi-Y 3, 
Crew 3. 



Jr. Play Staff; Stage 



SWEET, ALMA 
Ain't she Sweet. 
Y-Teen 3; G.A.A. 



3; Knitting 3, 4; Needlework 4. 



TREBEC, RICHARD 

"H'm you're nervous, you must have never driven 
with me before." 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Whittling Club 3; 
Camera Club 4. 

VADNAL, PAUL 
A famous name. 

Choir 1, 2, 3; Sr. Act. Club 4; Diamond Sport's 
Club 3; Camera Club 4. 



WALLAUZ, NANCY 
Service has no heritage. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 4; Soph. Class 
Sec'y.; Jr. Class Vice-Pres. G.L.C. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Newcomer's Club 2; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Staff; Sr. Play Staff; Megaphone Club 1; Choir 1,2; 
Knitting Club 3; Dancing Club 4. 



WHITCOMB, ROBERT 

He left without his "Shorts". 



WHITELOCK, PATRICIA 

There's nothing so becoming to 
stillness, and humility. 
Choir 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4. 



girl as modesty, 



ZALETEL, CHRISTINE 

Her brilliant hair is combed just so. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Needlework 4. 



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seniors 



ALEXANDER, PATRICIA 

"Nothing but death will part me from my dignity." 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Survey 
Bus. Staff 3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 2; Science Club 
2, Sec.-Treas. 2; Bridge Club 3; Cribbage Club 4; 
Knitting Club 4. 

ARRISON, ARDYS 

Her favorite study is men and she's never failed yet. 
Y-Teen 1, 2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3; Majorette Club 
1, 3; Choir 2, 4; Canasta Club 4. 



BAEHR, ROLAND 
He doesn't say much 



in school. 



BALDASSARRE, ADELINE 
Simple, sweet, and so petite. 

"Miss Euclid" Att. 3; Knitting Club 1; Girls' Wood- 
working 2. 



BARRY, DONALD 

His greatest fault is that he has no faults. 

Student Council 1, 2; B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 

1; Wrestling 3, 4; Track 1; Choir 1; Gymnastics 3. 

BATES, BARBARA 
The life of the party. 

Swim Cadettes 3, 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 4; Jr. 
Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 3; 
Bridge Club 3; Modern Dance Club 3; Art Club 4. 



BECHEMER, ANTHONY 

Shy guy! 

B.L.C. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 
1, 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Stage Crew 4; Cards and Games Club 2. 

BECVAR CAROL 

Indian, describes this maiden fair. 

Dark are her eyes and dark is her hair. 

Swim Cadettes 3; F.T.A. 1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Bus. Staff 3; Euclidian Bus. 

Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2; Jr. Play 

Staff; Majorette Club 1, 2; Megaphone Club 1; Red 

Cross 1; Bridge Club 3; Cribbage Club 4. 



BEETHAM, ELEANOR 

We're awfully fond of this blond. 
F.T.A. 2; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Jr. 
Play Staff; Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 2; 
Bridge Club 3; Pinochle Club 4. 

BEIFUSS, WILLIAM 

So sweet, the blush of bashfulness! 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Card Club 2; Dancing 

Club 3. 




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BLANCHFIELD, GAIL 

She is here, but where are her thoughts? 
Swim Cadettes 3, 4; Y-Teen 1; Jr. Sisters 2; Major- 
ette Club 3; Choir 1, 2. 

BLINN, ROBERT 
"Should I worry?" 

Swim Cadets 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 2; 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Senior Activities Club 4. 



BOLD1N, RICHARD 

He does nothing in particular and does it well. 
Diamond Sports Club 3; Checker Club 4. 

BRAIDIC, KENNETH 

What should a man do but be merry! 

Student Council 1; Baseball 3; Diamond Sports Club 

3; Round Table Club 4. 



BROOKS, JOAN 

You'll know her by the way she walks. 
Majorette Club 3; Singing for Fun 2. 

BROOS, DOROTHY 

She surely looks satisfied. 

Y-Teen 3; Jr. Play Staff 3; Majorette Club 1; Choir 
3; Movie Club 2, Sec. 2; Pinochle Club 2; Dancing 
Club 1. 



BROWNING, DONALD 

For he's a jolly good fellow! 

Swim Cadets 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Survey Staff 4; Foot- 
ball 1; Swimming 4; Jr. Play Cast 3; Choir 1, 2; 
Singing for Fun 3; Ping-Pong Club 4. 

BRUMFIELD, BETTY 
"Am I so funny?" 
F.T.A. 2; Y-Teen 1; Dance Club 1; Pinochle Club 4. 



BRYAN, MARION 

She goes along in a quiet way. 

BUBNIS, KEAN 

"I may do something sensational yet!" 

Student Council 3; Swim Cadets 4: Senior Activities 

Club 4. 



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BUCHTA, RUTH 

Though quiet and shy, she'll get i 
Y-Teen 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Choir 1. 

BURKHOLDER, WILLIAM 
Don't take life too seriously — 
of it alive! 

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



— you'll never get out 
Diamond Sports Club 



BUTLER, JOAN 

"Why aren't you all content like me?" 

Y-Teen 1, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2; Red 

Cross 2; Modeling Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4. 

BYRUM, JOHN 

Bright and gay, that winning way. 
B.L.C. 4; Swim Cadets 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; New- 
comers Club 2; Survey Staff 3; Football 1, 3; Bas- 
ketball 1, 3; Baseball 1, 3; Swimming 4; Band 

1, 2, 3, 4, Bd. of Dir. 4; P.A. Club 3; Key Club 

2, 3, 4. 



CALABRESE, ANTHONY 
Not a care in the world. 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Dance Club 3. 

CALDWELL, GERALD 

Such and so various are the tastes of men. 

B.L.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Ad. Club 3, 4; Euclidian 

Bus. Staff 4; Band 1, 2. 



CAMPBELL, THOMAS 

The tall, silent type. 

Choir 1, 2, 3; Music Appreciation Club 3; Camera 

Club 4. 

CANADY, CARL 

A man of few words. 

Entered from Pennsylvania in Junior year. 
Stage Crew 3, 4; Diamond Sports Club 3, 4. 



CAPRETTA, JEANETTE 

Always ready to make herself useful. 
Red Cross 4; Knitting Club 1, 2, 3. 

CARR, JOY 

She'll go places. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; 
Ad. Club 4; Service Club 1, 2; Y-Teen 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Staff 3; P.A. Club 3. 4. 




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CASTELLANO, ANTHONY 
The young man with the horn. 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 
1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; PA. 
Club 3, 4. 

CHAMPA, MARLENE 
One in a million. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; PA. Club 3; Sports and Games 
Club 1; Girls' Woodworkers 2, Treas. 2; Needle- 
work Club 4, Treas. 4. 



CHUHA, JOHN 

/ wish the person who invented work had finished it. 
Choir 1, 2, 3; Singing for Fun 3; Ping Pong Club 4. 

CIMPERMAN, JEAN 

There is mischief in that smile. 

Y-Teen 1; Majorette Club 1; Megaphone Club 1; 
Choir 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 1; Knitting Club 1; Danc- 
ing for Fun 1. 



CLARK, PHILLIP 

A man succeeds because he has the proper stuff in him. 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1; Track 2, 3, 4, Mgr.; Letter- 
winner 2, 3; Choir 1, 2; P.A. Club 3; Lettermens' 
Club 3, 4. 

CLAYTON, LEE 

He never lets his studies interfere with fun. 
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3; Baseball 1; 
Letterwinner 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1; 
Cards & Games Club 2; Diamond Sports 3; Ping 
Pong 4. 



CODLING, JOYCE 

She has the mildest manners and the gentlest heart. 
Y-Teen I, 3, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; 
Megaphone Club 3; Choir 2, 3; PA. Club 4; Breeze 
Staff 2. 

COOK, ALICE 

Lookie! lookie! Here comes Cookie! 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 3, 4; 
Newcomers Club 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; 
Megaphone Club 1, 3; Cheerleader 1; Choir 1, 2, 3. 



COONEY, PATRICIA 
Vim. vigor, vitality. 

G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 2, 
Cabinet 2; Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Bus. Staff 3; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff 3; Prom. Comm. 3; 
Majorette Club 1; Megaphone Club 1; Choir 1; 
Prince of Peace 3; Bridge 3. 

CREIGHTON, EVELYN 
A diligent worker. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Sec'y 4; G.L.C. 3. 4; Y-Teen 
1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3; Survey Bus. Staff 3; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff 3; Prom. 
Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Dancing Club 3; Madri- 
gals 3, 4; H.M.S. Pinafore. 



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CRICKON, VIRGINIA 

She left the "Heights" to join our class. 

Entered from Heights in Jr. Year. 
Cadettes 3, 4; Y-Teen 4; Prom. Coram. 3; Dancing 
Club 4; Round Table 3. 

CROOKS, EDWARD 

Man was made for braver things than study. 

Entered from Chardon in Jr. Year. 
Cadet 4; Basketball 4; Diamond Sports Club 4. 



CROSS, ALAN 

An all-round good fellow, who's mighty mellow. 
Student Council 3; Jr. Class Vice Pres.; Sr. Class 
Pres.; B.L.C. 1, 4; Cadet 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 4; Swimming 
4; Letterwinner 4; Prom Comm. 3; Gymnastics 
Club 2, 3. 

CROUSE, CORNELIA 

"Corny" is as "Corny" does. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Cadette 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Cheerleader 1, 2; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 2, 4; Dancing Club 3; Senior 
Activity Club 4. 

CROWTHER MAE 

57:>£ /zVe.r in peace with all mankind. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Fresh. Class Sec'y.; F.T.A. 1, 2; 
Y-Teen 1, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 4; Prom. 
Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 3; Band 3, 4; Choir 1; 
Orchestra 3, 4; Movie Club 4; Red Cross 1; Publica- 
tions Club 4; Bookstore 2, 3, 4. 

DAHN, BETTY 

Bj being herself she shines. 

Entered from Toledo in Jr. Year. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 3, 4; Cadette 
3, 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Prom. Comm. 3; 
3; Pinochle 4. 



DANIELS, ANGELO 
£ajy come, easy go. 

Entered from Glenville in Sr. Year. 
Checker Club 4. 

D'ARCY, JAMES 

Blessings on him who first invented sleep. 

Jr. Sports 1; Card Club 2; Canasta 3; Ping- Pong 4. 



DENNIS, DONALD 

Just to be happy-go-lucky! 
Baseball 1, 3; Pinochle 1, 2, 3. 

DESIMONE, ALBERT 
Studying is my "jinx". 

Student Council 1; B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 4; Football 1, 2, 
3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter Winner 
1, 2, 4; Varsity Club 2; Gymnastics Club 3. 




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DeWEESE, marjorie 

Still water runs deep. 

Entered from Lakewood in Jr. Yr. 
Y-Teen 3, 4; Modeling 4; Commercial 
French Club 4. 



Club 3; 



DIRK, WILLIAM 

"1 answered immediately, I said I didn't know!" 
Swim Cadet 3; Survey Bus. Staff 4; Track 1, 2; Jr. 
Play Cast; Choir 1, 3, 4; P.A. Club 3; Swimming 
Club 3; Round Table Club 4. 



DOWD, MARGARET 

Speech is great, but silence is greater. 

Student Council 1; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Red 

Cross 1; Knitting Club 1, 2; Sports & Games Club 1. 

DUZINSKI, ROBERT 

Wise from the top of his head up. 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 3; Camera Club 4. 



EBEL, EDWARD 

He came, we saw, we liked. 

Entered from Lakewood in Jr. Yr. 
Cadet 4; Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Captain 4; 
Letterwinner. 

EIBER, ROBERT 

He used to trod the straight and narrow; now he 
walks the road to Town. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 4, Treas. 4; 
Cadet 4; Hi-Y 4; Ad Club 4, Pres. 4; Band 1, 2; 
Choir 1; Canasta Club 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 
3, 4; Senior Act. Club 4. 

ELRICK, RALPH 

Between the age of boy and youth, when thought is 
speech and speech is truth, 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Quill and Scroll 4; Student 
Council 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 4, Asst. Mgr. 
4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2; P.A. Club 4; Pinochle Club 3; Round 
Table 3. 

EVANS, GLORIA 

The Blond Bombshell! 

Student Council 1; Cadette 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4 
Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 1; Choir 1, 2, 3 
Knitting Club 3; Art for Fun 4. 



EYNON, WILLIAM 
As a comic, he's atomic! 

Student Council 2; Cadet 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1; 
Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Choir 1, 2; Pinochle 3; 
Senior Act. 4. 

FABEC, FRANK 

You and your accordion make sweet music. 
Ad Club 3, 4; Pinochle Club 3. 



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FABIAN, RONALD 

/ make no noise, but I get my money's worth. 
Chess and Checkers 1, 2, 3. 

FAIRCHILD, NAN 

"Boo" always does her best. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc, 4; Cadette 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-Pres. 2; Survey Bus. Staff 3 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comrn. 3 
Megaphone 1, 3, Vice-Pres. 3; Cheerleader 1; Bridge 
Club 3; Knitting Club 4; French Club 3. 



FILSINGER, GERTRUDE 

She's absorbed in her own thoughts. 
F.T.A. 1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 2; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3. 4; Jr. Play Staff 3; Prom. Comm. 3; Choir 
1 2; Bridge Club 3; Knitting Club -i. 

FINK, GERALDINE 

She's everybody's friend. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2; 

Music Appreciation 1; Social Club 2; Bridge Club 3. 



FINKE, JOAN 

She has found the secret to happiness. 

Y-Teen 4; Prom Committee 3; Choir 1; Movie Club 

4; First Aid 1; Dance Club 2; Bookstore 3, 4. 

FRECKER, BETTY 

A man is always better than a book! 

Student Council 1; F.T.A. 2; Y-Teen 1; Majorette 

Club 1; Senior Activities 4; Dancing Club 1. 



FUNK, DOROTHY 

A pleasing smile so beguiles'. 

G.L.C. 4; Service Club 2; Homecoming Queen 4; 
Attendant Basketball 2, Football 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; 
Majorette Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4; Megaphone 
Club 1, 3,4; Choir 1, 2, 3. 

GABRIAL, HAROLD 

Didn't you know I was here? 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess and Checker Club 2, 3; 

Jr. H. Games and Sports 1. 



GALLO, WILLIAM 

/ could get along faster on rollerskates! 

Hi-Y 2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; Football 2; Choir 

1, 2; Chess & Checkers 2, 3. 

GIBBS, JUNE 

It's commendable, she's dependable. 

Entered from Collinwood in Junior year. . 
Y-Teen 4; Prom Comm. 3; Canasta Club 3; Sr. 
Activities Club 4. 




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GLAVAN, BERNARD 

On this Michaelangelo we pin our hopes. 
Newcomers Club 2; Jr. Play Staff 3; Pinochle Club 3. 

GOLE, FRANCES 

Streets for the Sweetest. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; GAA. 2, 3; Hockey 2; Choir 2, 3; 
Bridge Club 3; Knitting Club 1, 2; Modern Dance 
Club 4. 



GOL1NAR, MARGIE 

Here's one girl who really rates. 

Y-Teen 4; Megaphone Club 4; Crafts and Games 

Club 1; Singing for Fun 2, 3; Modeling Club 4. 

GOODMAN, ALBERT 

More a pawn or move a knight — Albert's chessboard 

is his might. 

Jr. Play Staff 3; Chess Club 3, 4, Treas. 4. 



GOODRICH, RONALD 

No matter if the world goes wrong — I'm always 

right! 

Round Table Club 1. 

GRAY, MARJORIE 

The girl with the strong right arm. 

GAA. 3, 4; Dance Club 3; World Affairs Club 4; 

Modeling Club 4. 



GRESS, DONALD 

We don't need to "Cast" a vote for Don. 

Choir 1, 2; Movie Club 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3, 4. 

GRIFFIN, KATHLEEN 

Personality and smiles, dazzles and beguiles. 
G.L.C. 3, 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff 3; 
Prom Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 3; Choir 3; Bridge 
Club 3; Knitting Club 4. 



GRILL, RAY 

What you are speaks so loudly 1 can not hear what 
you say to the contrary. 

Entered from Western Reserve Academy in Jr. Yr. 
Student Council 4, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3, Bus. Manager 4; Singing for Fun 3. 

GUIP, JOHN 

Here is a good sport if there ever was one. 
B.L.C 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 
1, 3, 4; Letterwinner 1, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Athletic 
Assoc. 2. 



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HALE, BETTY 

"Hale, Hale," the gang's all here. 

Swim Cadettes 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 4; Prom 
Coram. 3; Camera Club 1, Treas. 1; Social Club 2, 
Treas. 2; Canasta Club 4. 

HARRISON, EUGENE 

His ambition is to he president, nothing more! 

Hi-Y 4; Football 2; Jr. Sports Club 1; Card Club 2; 

Chess and Checkers Club 3. 



HEETER, WILLIAM 

White shirts — Pink collars. 

Swim Cadets 3. 4: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; 

Swimming 4; Prom Comm. 3. 

HILLIER, MARY 

She has a rare affliction: she is called a sensible girl. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Class 
Officers 1, 2, Sec. 1, Treas. 2; G.L.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4 
F.T.A. 4; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3 
Jr. Drama Club 1; Social Club 2; Dance Club 3- 



HOFFERT, ED 

Hero of the hardwoods! 

Student Council 3, 4: B.L.C. 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Letter- 
winner 1, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 
1; Jr. Sports Club 1; Card Club 2; Key Club 3, 4; 
Vice-Pres. 4. 

HOFMANN, CLARK 

Be glad your friends are many. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treas. 
3; Planning Comm. 3; B.L.C. 4; Swim Cadets 4 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 1; Prom. Comm. 3 
Choir 1, 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4. 



HOLLYFIELD, MARY 

Is she not a modest young lady? 

F.T.A. 1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Jr. Play Staff 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pinochle Club 3; Art 
Club 4; Casting Club 4. 

HOPP, JOAN 

None but herself can be her parallel, 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3 
Jr. Council World Affairs 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Sec. 4 
Red Cross 2; Prince of Peace 4; Flower Club 2 
Music Appreciation Club 1 ; Sports and Games Club 1 



HUSTON, RICHARD 
He can manage anything! 

IVANCIC, JACQUELINE 

Through the shadows of life, along came Bill. 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Advertising 
Mgr. 4; Prom Comm. 1, 3; Choir 1, 2; Red Cross 
1, 2; Arts and Crafts 1; Girls' League 1; Music 
Appreciation 1; Knitting 3. 




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JAMESON, DOROTHY 

Some think the world is made for fun end frolic — 
so do 1! 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Bus. Staff 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Majorette Club 1, 2; Mega- 
phone Club 1; Choir 1; Art Club 4; Modern Dancing 
3; Bridge Club 3. 

JARC, WILLIAM 

Quiet and shy, but a real nice guy. 
Cadet 4; Baseball 1; Letterwinner 1; Prom Comm. 3; 
Diamond Sports Club 3, 4; Metal Craft 1; Choral 
Club 2. 



JERABEK, JOAN 

It's better to wear out than to rust out. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Choir 1, 2, 

P.A. Club 3, 4; Red Cross 3; Arts Club 2. 

JESBERGER, NED 

A calm and self-possessed young man. 



JOHNSON, ALLEN 

We're glad to have him with us. 

JONES, CHARLES 

Were you ever in his fresh air taxi? 
Football 2; Golf 1, 2; Prom Comm. 3; Ukelele Club 
4; Whittling Club 3; Cards and Games 2; Recrea- 
tion 1. 



JONES, MARGIE 

I'm sure cares are an enemy of life. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Euclidian Bus. 

Staff 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; P.A. Club 3, 4; Flower 

Club 1, 2. 

JORDAN, NANCY 

She goes along in her quiet way. thinking of pleasant 
things to say. 

Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 3; Bus. Staff 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff 3; Meg. 3; Knitting 3; Bridge Club 3; Art 
Club 4. 



KEARNEY, MARLENE 

Pleasing way with little to say. 

Entered from St. Francis High Jr. Year. 
Y-Teen 3, 4; Majorette Club 3; Dancing Club 3; 
Modeling Club 4. 

KEHN, FRANK 

A blush is nice, but often inconvenient. 
Fr. Class Treas.; Jr. Class Treas.; Hi-Y 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Letter Winner 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 
3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Pinochle 3; 
Dancing Club 3; Lettermans' Club 4. 



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KERR, THOMAS 
A 10 o'clock scholar. 

B.L.C. 4; Football 1; Basketball 1; Jr. Play Staff; 
Prom Comrn. 3. 

KEY, BARBARA 

Happy she comes, happy she goes, she's fallen in 
love with lovely clothes. 

Cadette 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; F.T.A. 1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4 
Cabinet 3; Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 3, 4 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Art Ed. 4, Bus. Staff 3, 4 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff 3; Prom Comm. 3 
Majorette Club 1, 2; Megaphone Club 1, 3; Band 1. 
Choir 1, 2; Red Cross 1, 2; Bridge 3; Modeling Club 
4; Art Club 4. 



KISTHARD, HENRY 

You can depend on such a friend. 
Student Council 3; Choir 1, 2; Stage Crew 1, 2; Jet 
Racers 1; Card Games 1, 2; Checkers 3; Dancing 
Club 2. 

KLOSS, KENNETH 

Now he's earnest, now he's clever, now he's jolly, 
changing ever. 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; J. V. Capt. 3; Dancing 
Club 3; Ping-Pong Club 4; Breeze Staff 2. 



KOLLAR, DONALD 

He stoops to nothing but the door. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 2; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Track 1; Letter 
Winner 4; Prom Comm. 3; Jr. High Sports 1; Card 
Club 2; Pinochle 3. 

KOPPICH, CAROL 

She's got that jingle, jangle, jingle. 

Y-Teen 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Band 3, 4; 

Modeling 4; Music Appreciation 3. 



KOSHOCK, MICHAEL 

Out of sight but not out of mind. 

Student Council 1, 2; Echo Ed. Staff 2; Prom Comm. 

3; Metalcraft Club 1; Camera Club 2, 3. 

KOTNIK, RUTH 
Teasin' for no reason. 

Entered from Notre Dsmc in Jr. Year. 
Y-Teen 3, 4; Dancing Club 3; Knitting Club 3. 



KOVACH, AUDREY 

Not acquainted with the world of strife, she lives on 
the happy side of life. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Prince of Peace 4; Knitting Club 
1, 3; Girls' Woodworkers 2. 

KOZLOW, STEPHEN 

Nothing ventured, nothing gained. 

Student Council 1, 2; Survey Ed. Staff 3; Choir 1, 2; 

Camera Club 2, 3; Jr. Hi-Y 1, Pres. 1. 




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KOZLOWSKI, FRANCES 

When Frances dances with me. 

Y-Teen 2, 4; G.A.A. 4; Choir 1, 2; Singing for 

Fun 3; Modeling Club 4. 

KRAUSE, HELEN 

Words do not describe her clever little walk. 

Y-Teens 2, 4; Majorette Club 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; 

Modeling Club 4; Sec'y. 4; Modern Dancing 3. 



KRAUSE, KAY 

^4 dash of sugar and lots of spice, that's our Kay, 
naughty but nice. 

F.T.A. 3; Y-Teen 1, 2, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3; Opus 
Bus. Staff 2; Majoiette Club 3, 4; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Leader 4; Movie Club 2, 3; Dramatics 1; Knitting 
Club 2; P. D.'s 1. 

KUBIK, ESTHER 

Euclid's loss, Cincinnati's gain. 

Cadette 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 4; Echo Ed. Staff 1; Opus 
Bus. Staff 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; Cheer Leader 1, 2; Choir 
1, 2, 3; Knitting 1; Reading & Writing 2; Dramatics 
1; Dancing 3; Modeling 4. 



KUHARIK, DONALD 
Manners so become a man. 

Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2; Letter Winner 1; Prom 
Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Varsity 
Club 1; Dancing Club 1; Pinochle 3. 

KUSAR, ROSEMARY 
Someone sweet. 

Entered from Union High, Willoughby, Sr. Yr. 
Y-Teen 4; Singing for Fun 4. 



LANGA, JOANNE 
Her glory, all her hair. 

Y-Teen 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Comm. 3; Singing for Fun 3; Modeling Club 4. 

LANGDON, VIRGINIA 

Sweet and nice to all who know her. 

F.T.A. 1; Choir 1; Red Cross 1; Knitting Club 3; 

First Aid 3; Modeling Club 4. 





LAYS, CHARLES 

He is possessed, not by the devil but by a woman. 

Fr. Class Pres.; Soph. Class V.P.; Sr. Class Treas.; 

B.L.C. 3, 4, Sec'y 4; Football 1; Baseball 1, 2. 

LEONARDI, MARY 

May 1 have the next dance? 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 4; Prom Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 3; 

Art Club 3; Sr. Act. 4. 



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LIBBY, WILLIAM 

Fools rush in where angels fear to tread. 
Nat'l. For. League 4; Student Council 2; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 3, 4; Jr. Play Cast; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 
1, 2, 3; Prince of Peace 4; Round Table 4; Debate 
Team 4; Diamond Sports 3; Drama Club 2. 

MAHER, PATRICIA 

Attention folks, see who's here, the girl who sure 
can make us cheer. 

F.T.A. 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Prom Comm. 
3; Megaphone Club 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 
3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Movie Club 4; Dramatics Club 1. 



MAHNE, DONALD 
Clothes make the man. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; B.L.C. 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Letter Winners 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Gymnastics Club 2. 

MAHNE, DOROTHY 

There's mischief in this woman. 

Student Council 4; F.T.A. 1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 3; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; 
Hockey 1, 2; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 
1, 2, 3; Movie Club 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Card 
Club 2; Camera Club 2; Music Appreciation 3; Crib- 
bage Club 4. 



MAKMAN, MAYNARD 
A quiet but a learned lad. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Hi-Y 3. 4; Band 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 
4; Science Club 1, 2, 4; Music Appreciation 3. 

MALM, CONSTANCE 

I'm very much "engaged." 

Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2; Art Club 3, 4. 



MARCHIONE, PATRICK 

A wise man keeps his own counsel. 

Wrestling 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Singing 

for Fun 3, 4, Pres. 4. 

MARCOMBE, RUTH 

Loz'e £r blind. 

Soph. Class Sec'y.; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, Pres. 1; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3; Jr. Play Staff; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 2, 3; Red Cross 
1, 2; Opus Ed. Staff 2; Echo Bus. Staff 2; Dramatics 
Club 1. 



MARTINCIC, FRANCES 

'lis my chief delight, to do the things I might. 
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3; 
Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; Movie Club 3; Red 
Cross 1,2; Dramatics 1; Modern Dancing 4. 

MATHERS, MARILYN 
A mass of contradictions. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Quill & Scroll 3. Pres. 4; Student 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Planning Comm. 3; G.L.C. 2, 
3, 4; Ad. Club 2, 3; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; Jr. Sisters 2; 
Treas. 2; Sur. Ed. Staff 3; Page Ed. 3; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 3, 4, Editor 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play Cast; 
Prom Comm.; Round Table 3; Debate 4. 




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McAREAVEY, GEORGETTE 

Fair and sociable is she, just a dainty mystery. 

Entered from Jane Addams in Jr. Yr. 
Y-Teen 3; Red Cross 1; Pinochle Club; Cribbage 
Club 4. 

McDERMOTT, JEANNE 

On field and court, she loves her sports. 
G.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4; F.T.A. 4; Y-Teen 1, 2; G.A.A. 
3, 4; Hockey 4; Prom Comm. 3; Megaphone 3; 
Choir 1; French Club 2, 3; Knitting Club 3. 




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McGARRY, EILEEN 

Which twin has the Toni? 

Entered from Willoughby in Jr. Yr. 
Student Council 3; Y-Teen 3, 4; Choir 3; Pinochle 3; 
Canasta Club 4. 

McGARRY, KATHLEEN 
"I do." 

Entered from Willoughby in Jr. Yr. 
Y-Teen 3, 4; Choir 3; Canasta Club 3; Pinochle 
Club 4. 



McGLYNN, ANNAMAE 
Her heart's in Georgia. 

Y-Teen 1; Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Soc. Club 2; Home 
Nursing 3. 

McMAHAN, ROBERT 
Four-fifths fun and a fifth. 

Football 1, 2; Basketball 1; Letter winner 1; Stage 
Crew 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Ping-Pong Club 4. 



McVEEN, MILFORD 

You're sure to enjoy the qualities of this boy. 
Football 1; Choir 1, 2; P.A. Club 3, 4; Gymnastics 
Club 3; Round Table 4. 

McPHERSON, FLORA 

By the work, you'll know the workman. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Student 
Council 4; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Ad. Club 2, 3, V.P. 3; 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3; Jr. Sisters 2; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 4, Associate Ed. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, 
Board 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 3, 4. 



MEGLAN, JANET 

Why so pensive, is the weight of the world upon you.'' 
Student Council 1; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Movie 
Club 3, 4; Sports and Games 1, Pres. 1; Modern 
Dancing 4; Singing For Fun 2, 3; Art Club 3. 

MEZZACAPPA, ANITA 

Always busy, acting . . . dizzy. 

Entered from Collinwood in Sr. Yr. 
Y-Teen 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Prince of Peace 4; 
Ukelele Club 4. 



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MICHELBRINK, RICHARD 
Beware the quiet type! 
B.L.C. 2; Football 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 



MIHELICK, DOLORES 
She'll carry on the name. 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; 
Singing For Fun 3; Pinochle 4. 



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



MILOSEVICH, MARY 
Smile when you say that. 

Y-Teen 2; Red Cross 1; Hobby Club 1; Cribbage 4; 
Crafts and Games 1; Pinochle 3. 

MONACELLI, THEODORE 

Ambition knows no rest. 

Natl. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treas. 3, Pres. 4. Planning Comm. 3; Hi-Y 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Bd. Directors 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Movie 
Club 2; Scale & Triangle 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Dia- 
mond Sports Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3. 



MORETTI, NANCY 
She'll never walk alone. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 3; Sr. Class 
Sec'y.; G.L.C. 4; F.T.A. 4; Treas. 4; Ad. Club 3, 4, 
Sec'y- 3, 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Majorette 
Club 1, 3, 4; Majorette 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; Science 
Club 2; Prince of Peace 2, 3, 4. 

MUSER, WILLIAM 

Bill ami his car will sure go far. 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Track 3; Camera Club 3. 



NAGLE, HOMER 

Everyone can't be a hero. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. 

NEUBECKER, PHILIP 
"Phil's the bill" 

Student Council 1, 2; Basketball 1; Choi] 
Club 1, 2; Star Gazers 1; Ping-Pong 2, 3. 



NITZ, JAMES 

Just like ol' Man River 

Entered from East High in Jr. Yr. 
Camera Club 3; Gem Hunters 4. 

NULICK, ROBERTA 

Gentlemen prefer blondes. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Prom Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2; Modeling Club 4; Sing- 
ing for Fun Club 3. 




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NUNNALLY, JERRY 

Congratulations for graduation. 
Swim Cadet 4. 

PABALIS. DIANA 

Make haste, my time is precious! 

Y-Teen 4; Survey Ed. Staff 3; Hockey 2; Dancing 

Club 2; Singing for Fun 3; Modeling Club 4. 



PAGE, DOLORES 

A street gal, a real pal. 

Student Council 3; F.T.A. 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Staff 3; Choir 1, 3; Home Nursing 3; Modeling 
Club 4. 

PALSA, VERONICA 
"Roily 's dolly" 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Student Council 3; Football 
Queen 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; Prom Comm. 3; Megaphone 
Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2. 



PATMORE, MARTHA 

She's tall and thin and light of hair. 
Student Council 1; Ad Club 2, 3; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Bus. Staff 3, Adv. Mgr. 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Asst. Adv. Mgr. 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Committee 3; Major- 
ette Club 1, 2; Megaphone Club 1; Choir 1; Bridge 3; 

PAYNE, RICHARD 

He has the stride of a genius; further proof is not 
at hand. 

B.L.C. 4; Cadet 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; 
Wrestling 2, 3; Letterwinner 4; Choir 1. 



PAZ, MARIE 

Your life is hound to be a success. 
Service Club 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4: Hockey 3, 4 
Jr. Play Staff; Home Nursing 3; Modeling Club 4. 

PECK, WILLIAM 

Noir please behave, just once. 



PEDERSON, BERT 
Mild, yet he satisfies. 
Track 2; Ping-Pong 4. 

PEGNOLI, JANET 

Engaged, her diamond doth announce, soon her free- 
dom she'll renounce. 

Student 1, 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Sutvey Ed. Staff 
3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross 1; Prince of Peace 4. 



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PERAT, EDNA 

By my voice you will know me. 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1; G.A.A. 4; Choir 1, 2; 
Operetta 1; Singing for Fun 2, 3; Modern Dance 
Club 4. 

PERRY, SAM 

His power lies in bis voice. 

Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1; Letterwinner 1; Choir 1, 2, 3. 4; World 
Affairs Club 2; Jr. Varsity 1. 



PETERSON BARBARA 

Laughing eyes and dancing feet. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3. 4; Jr. Sisters 2; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, Page Ed. 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Megaphone 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Cheer- 
leader 1, 3, 4, Captain 4. 

PFAFF, GEORGE 
Better late than never. 



Football 1; Jr. Varsity 1; Gymnastics 
Club 4. 



3; Gym 



PODNAR, FRANK 

Little, but big hi his ways. 

Hi-Y 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 3, 4; Band 
1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Diamond Sports 3, 4, Sec. 3, 
Pres. 4. 

POLLACK, BETTY' 

BeKy goes merrily on her way, what else is there 
for us to say? 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Bus. Staff 3: Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1; Stargazers Club 2, 
Sec. 2; Card Club 2; Dancing Club 3; Canasta 
Club 4. 



PORTER, TOM 

Men of few words are the best men. 
Student Council 3; Baseball 1; Crafts and Games 1; 
Card Club 2; Dancing Club 3; Ping-Pong 3; Senior 
Act. Club -i. 

POTOKAR, RONALD 

Ace of all good sports. 

Student Council 2; B.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, 
Vice-Pres. 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Basket- 
ball 1; Baseball 1; Wrestling 2 3, 4; Letterwinner 3,4. 



POWELL, FEROLYN 

Silence is the key to contentment. 

Y-Teen 1, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Choir 1, 2; Canasta 

Club 3; Modeling Club 4. 

RACECIC, MARTIN 

As merry as the day is long. 

Hi-Y 1; Baseball Mgr. 1; Red Cross 1; Chess and 

Checkers 3; Gem Club 4. 




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RADIO, LILLIAN 

Life is a song: on with the music. 

Y-Teen 1, 3, 4, Pres. 1; Red Cross 1; Handcraft 2; 

Modeling Club 4. 

RAPLENOVIC, HELEN 

She speaks and acts just as she should. 

Y-Teen 4; Choir 2; Canasta Club 3; Knitting Club 4. 



RATH, ANN 

Be good and you'll be happy, but you'll miss a lot 
of fun. 

Student Council 1; F.T.A. 1, 2; Survey Ed. Staff 3, 
Bus. Staff 3; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Hockey 1, 2; Jr. 
Play Staff; Majorette Club 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 

1, 2; P.A. Club 1; Movie Club 3; Red Cross 1; 
Camera Club 2; Card Club 2; French Club 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 3; Modeling Club 4. 

RATZMAN, LEONARD 

The best laid plans of "Rati" and men. 

Quill and Scroll 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Chess Club 

3, 4. 

REDLIN, KENNETH 

A man of deeds and not of words. 

Football 4; Basketball 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
winner 2, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; Stage Crew 2; Diamond 
Sports Club 3. 

REILLY, CLAIRE 

Friendly, jolly all the time, truer friend you'll never 

find. 

Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A, 

2, 3, 4, Advisory Board 4; Hockey 3, 4; Prom Comm. 
3; Choir 2; Knitting Club 3; Modern Dancing 4. 



REPLOGLE, MARY JO 

Honor comes from honest toil. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4, Pres. 4; Student Council 2; 
Soph. Class Sec, Sen. Class Sec; Cadette 3, 4, Vice- 
Pres. 4; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Prom Comm. 3; Madri- 
gals 3, 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; Knitting Club 1; Sewing 
Club 2; Art Club 3; Dancing Club 3; Senior Act. 
Club 4; French Club 2, 3. 

RICHARDSON, LOU ANN 

A smile for this, a smile for that, always ready to 
stop and chat. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; G.L.C. 4; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Majorette Club 3; Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2; Prince of Peace 4; Echo Staff 1, 2; 
Camera Club 2; Modern Dancing 3. 

RICHTER, MARILYN 

A touch of fire on her head, she's just our own good- 
natured "Red." 
Y-Teen 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Red Cross 2; Singing for 



Fun 



Dateoiosv 3; Needlework 3; Canasta Club 4. 



RILEY, SHIRLEY 
Sincerity triumphs. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Dancing Club 3; Sewing 
Club 2; Knitting Club 1, 4. 



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RODGERS, PATRICIA 

What she undertakes to do, she does. 
Y-Teen 1, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Choir 1, 2, 3; Red 
Cross 3; Operetta 3; Literary Cluh 3; Singing for 
Fun 2, 4. 

ROGERS, PAUL 

Give credit where credit is due. 

Nat'I. For. League 4; Student Council 2; Hi-Y 2; 
Echo Bus. Staff 2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Jr. Council 
of World Affairs 2, 3. 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 
2; Treas. 2; Prince of Peace 4; Drama Club 1; Oper- 
etta 3; Choir Bd. Directors 4; Madrigals 2, 3, 4. 



ROJECK, RITA 

Gracious in manner. 

Service Club 1; Y-Teen 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; Home Nurs- 
ing Club 3; Needlework Club 4. 

RUSS, JAMES 

Russ never causes a fuss . . . 



SANTORELLI, ARLINE 
Variety is the spice of life. 
Entered from Collinwood High in Sr. Yr. 
Knitting Club 4; Modeling Club 4. 

SARI, JOAN 

/ believe in interest, but not in principle. 
Y-Teen 3; Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; Red 
Cross 1, 2; Sports and Games 1, Sec. 1; Singing for 
Fun 2; Needlework Club 3; Canasta Club 4. 



SCHAFER, RONALD 
Intelligent humorist. 

Nat'I. Hon. Soc. 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2; 
Science Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4. 

SCHELGUNOV, RAY 
A "Ray" of sunshine. 

Football 2; Juniot Varsity Club 1; Chess and Checkers 
Club 2. 



SCHMID, RITA 

Music is said to be the speech of angels. 
Cadette 3. 4; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Prom Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Canasta 
Club 3; Modeling Club 4; Operetta 3; Madrigals 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

SCHNEIDER, DOLORES 

Always busy, do not fear, a certain charm is hidden 

here. 

F.T.A. 2; Jr. Council of World Affairs 2; Red Cross 

1; Hobby Club 1, Sec. 1; Reading and Writing Club 

2; Flower Club 3; Needlework Club 4. 




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SCHULTZ, CHARLES 
Man alive! 
Gymnastics Club 2; Ping-Pong Club 4. 

SCHWABE, WALTER 
Good humor man. 



SETRON, ROBERT 

Innocence so becomes a man. 

Student Council 1; Cadet 3; Football 1, 2, 4; Bas- 
ketball 1; Baseball 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Let- 
terwinner 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Stage Crew 4; Pinochle 
Club 3; Lettermen's Club 4. 

SEZON, CHARLES 
"Chuck" full of spice. 

Student Council 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1; Letterwinner 1; Choir 1 
Diamond Sports 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Jr. High Sports 1 
Gymnastics Club 2. 

SHANNON, CAROLE 
Shy but nice. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Bus. Staff 2; Choir 2, 3; 
Red Cross 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1, Pres. 1; Stargazers 
Club 2; Card Club 2; Dancing Club 3; Canasta 
Club 4. 

SHIELDS, SALLY 

Let the world slide, I'll not budge an inch. 
F.T.A. 2; Ad Club 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Newcomers 
Club 1; Survey Ed. Staff 3, Bus. Staff 3, 4; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 4, Sen. Ed., Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Jr. Play Cast; Prom Comm. 3; Majorette Club 1; 
Megaphone Club 1, 3; Cheerleader 1; P.A. Club 4; 
Red Cross 1; Prince of Peace 2; Bridge Club 3; 
Senior Act. Club 4. 



SIMMONS, GERALDINE 
She lives to learn. 

Y-Teen 1, 2; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Choir 3; Sports 
and Games 1; Social Club 2; Bridge Club 3; World 
Affairs Club 4. 

SKUFCA, MARGARET 

Was the sun that strong? 

Entered from Collinwood in Jr. Yr. 
Canasta Club 4; Modeling Club 4. 



SLEITH, HARRY 

We're just wild about Harry. 

Hi-Y 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3, 4; Jr. High Sports 1; Science Club 4, Sec. 4. 

SLUGA, HERMAN 

What Herman doesn't know isn't worth knowing. 
Student Council 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Science Club 4. 



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SPINNLER, WILLIAM 

Let's have wine, women, song and laughter: sermons 
and soda water the day after. 

Hi-Y 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Football 2, 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Red Cross 3. 

STALEY, RAY 

Why aren't you all as happy as me? 
Hi-Y 4; Newcomers Club 1; Football 1, 2; Baseball 
1, 2; Choir 3; P.A. Club 3; Red Cross 2; Breeze 
Staff 2; Games Club 4. 



STAPLES, SUE 

What is her power over man? 

Cadette 3, 4; F.T.A. 1, 2; Ad Club 2; Service Club 1; 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Newcomers Club 1; Survey Ed. 
Staff 4, Bus. Staff 3; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Bus. 
Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Jr. Play 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Majorette Club 1; Megaphone 
Club 1; P.A. Club 2; Red Cross 1, 2; Prince of 
Peace 2, 3; Canasta Club 3; Ukelele Club 4. 

STEFANCHIK, MIKE 

He and his sax blow up a mighty "Gale." 
Jr. Class Vice-Pres.; Student Council 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 1, 2; 
Dancing Club 3; Operetta 3; Diamond Sports Club 4. 



STEFANCIK, HAROLD 

You may take two giant steps. 

STEFFEN, JANET 

She is full of good fun. 

F.T.A. 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Euclidian 
Bus. Sraff 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; Megaphone Club 1, 3; Choir 1; Bridge Club 3; 
Modeling Club 4. 



STERLE, RAYMOND 

The more fools, the more fun. 

Student Council 3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1; Jr. Play Staff; Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; 
Jr. Varsity Club 1; Pinochle Club 2; Canasta Club 4. 

STINSON, JUDY 

Sweet and simple, with a dimple. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Soph. 
Queen; Y-Teen 2, 3, 4; Echo 1; Survey Staff 3; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; 
Choir 1, 3; P.A. Club 3, 4, Director 3; Movie 
Club 3; Flower Club 2; Senior Act. Club 4. 



STOKES, JAMES 

Happy-go-lucky, never hurries, can't understand why 
anyone worries. 

B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Letterwinner 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 1; Jr. 
Varsity Club 1; Diamond Sports Club 3; Lettermen's 
Club 4. 

STRAH, RUDY 

Not hay, not timothy, only "Strah." 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Basketball 1; Jr. Play Staff; 
Jr. Varsity Club 1; Pinochle Club 2; Canasta 
Club 3, 4. 




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STROUP, JOAN 

She's wise for she worries not. 

Service Club 1; Y-Teen 2; Jr. Sisters 2; G.A.A. 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 3. 4; Jr. Council of World Affairs 4; Model- 
ing Club 4. 

STRUNA, VIRGINIA 

To everyone her brush tells that as an artist she excels. 
Service Club 1; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; G.A.A. 
1, 2; Prom Comm. 3; Science Club 1; Canasta Club 
3; Art Club 3; Modeling Club 4. 



STUBER, RITA 
Wee. but wicked! 

Entered from Villa Angela in Jr. Yr. 
Y-Teen 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; 
Bridge Club 3; Knitting Club 4. 

SUGERMAN, MORRIS 

What gal isn't his girlfriend? 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Student 
Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Planning Comm. 3; 
Jr. Class Pres.; B.L.C. 3, 4; Cadet 4; Hi-Y 4; Survey 
Ed. Staff 3, 4, Feature Ed. 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Football 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Swimming 4; 
Letter-winner 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Band 
1; PA. Club 1 2, 3; Varsity Club 2. 



SULLIVAN, JOHN 

Not a fighter, but he's got spirit. 

Football 1, 2; Jr. Recreation Club 1; Art Club 1. 

SUTHERLAND, JOHN 

Nice to everyone he knows. 



SWANEY, ROBERT 
He travels his own path. 

Cadet 4; Football 2; Stage Crew 4; Pinochle Club 
Canasta Club 3. 

SWEET, RICHARD 

He's just an all around sport. 
Football 4. 



SZABO, ANDREW 

He laughs at the world. 

B.L.C. 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; Jr. Play 
Staff; Stage Crew 3; Science Club 1; Red Cross 2; 
Canasta Club 3, 4. 



TAPASSI, ANDREW 

Let's give a cheer; Andy is here.' 
Stage Crew 3, 4; Dancing Club 
Chess and Checkers 4. 



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TARANTINO, ALICE 

Little, but so is a stick of dynamite. 
F.T.A. 1, 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Survey 
Ed. Staff 3, 4, Page Ed. 3; Bus. Staff 3, 4; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 4, Soph. Ed. 4, Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 

2, 3; Megaphone Club 1, 3; Cheerleader 1; Choir 

1, 2; Orchestra 1; Red Cross 1, 2; Prince of Peace 

2, 3; Canasra Club 3; Modeling Club 4; Art Club 4. 

TARASCO. DOROTHY 

Her ways are ways of pleasantness. 
Y-Teen 2, 4; Knitting Club 2; Flower Club 3; Danc- 
ing Club 3; Modeling Club 4. 



TEEGARD1N, ANNE 

A warm friend in our midst. 

THOMAS, LARRY 

No moss grows under his feet. 

B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 4; Wrestl- 
ing 3, 4; Letterwinner 4; Prom Comm. 3; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Chess and Checkers 3; Key 
Club 3, 4, Sec. 4. 



TIFFANY, ROSEMARIE 
Deeds, not words are repaid. 

Ad Club 3, 4; Service Club 1; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4 
Vice-Pres. 2; Jr. Sisters 2, Pres. 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Majorette Club 1 
Megaphone Club 1; Choir 1, 3; Canasta Club 3 
Modeling Club 4, Pres. 4; Madrigals 3, 4. 

TIMCO, RAY 
"I'll get by". 

Hi-Y 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; Chess 
Club 3; P.A. Club 4. 

TI MONEY, ELAINE 

Patient and still and full of goodwill. 
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play Staff; 
Prom Comm. 3; Majorette Club 1; Choir 1; Canasta 
Club 3; Modeling Club 4. 

TOTH, PATRICIA 

A constant source of surprise and delight. 
Student Council 1; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2; Service 
Club 1, 2, Treas. 2; Homecoming Queen 4; Foot- 
ball Attendant 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2, 4, Prog. 
Chr. 3; Jr. Sisters 2; Newcomers Club 1; Survey Ed. 
Staff 3 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; 
Megaphone Club 1; Knitting Club 3; Canasta Club 4. 

TOWARD, AGNES 

Surely out to rise to fame, study is her middle name. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; G.L.C. 4; F.T.A. 4; Y-Teen 1, 2 
3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Bus. Staff 3 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Bus. Staff 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Hockey 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; Needlework Club 3; Madrigals 4. 

TOWN, SUSANNE 

Small and slender, full of grace, charming laugh and 
winsome face. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Planning Comm. 3; Jr. Class 
Sec'y.; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Home- 
coming Attend. 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Ed. Staff 
1, 2; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4, Assoc. Ed. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Cast; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Prince of Peace 4; 
Red Cross 1; Camera Club 2, Sec'y. 2; Bridge Club 3. 




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TREBEC, PATRICIA 

"This school is swell but I wouldn't want it for a 
steady diet". 

Student Council 1, 3; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Ed. 
Staff 1, 2; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
3, 4, Ed. Staff 4; Jr. Council of World Affairs 1, 2, 4 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2, 4; Prom Comm. 3 
Majorette Club 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Card Club 2. 
Dramatics Club 1, Treas. 1; Dancing Club 3; French 
Club 1, 2, 4; Operetta 3. 

UHL, WILLIAM 

To know is to appreciate this lad. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Student Council 
3; Cadette 3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Asst. Cir. Mgr. 4; 
Jr. Play Cast; Stage Crew 2. 



VAH, ELIZABETH 
A friendly sort. 
Y-Teen 1; Bridge Club 3. 

VAN OSDALE, JOHN 

"Never worry — it takes too long". 

Entered from Collinwood in Jr. Yr. 
Cadette 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Red Cross 3; 
Ukelele Club 4. 



VAN SCODER, RICHARD 

It's nice to be naturally when you're naturally nice. 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; Football 1; 
Track 2; Prom Comm. 3; Band 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Madrigals 4; Gymnastics 3; Sr. Activities 4. 

VERBECKY, DOLORES 

Ninety-nine and forty-four one-hundredths percent 

true. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2; Prom Comm. 3; 

Megaphone Club 1, 3; Needlework Club 3, 4. 



VERBSKY, SARA 

Her strut is a joy to behold. 

Student Council 1; Fr. Class Sec'y; Soph. Class Treas.; 
Y-Teen 4; Echo Bus. Staff 2; G.A.A. 2; Hockey 2; 
Prom Comm. 3; Majorette 1, 2. 3, 4, Leader 4, 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Orchestra 3, 4; 
P.A. Club 1; Movie Club 1; Red Cross 2; Band Bd. 
Directors 3, 4. 

VIDUSICH, BARBARA 
She has what it takes. 

Entered from Miami, Fla. in Jr. Yr. 
Cadette 3, 4; Y-Teen 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 3, 4; Majorette Club 3; Knitting Club 3; 
Modern Dancing Club 4. 



VOLNEY, GEORGINE 

A contagious laugh wherever it is heard. 
Quill & Scroll 4; Student Council 3; G.L.C. 3, 4 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4 
Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Advisory Bd. 3, 4 
Jr. Play Staff; Megaphone Club 1; Pinochle Club 3 

WAGNER, DOROTHY 
Full of generosity. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Choir 1; P.A. Club 3; 
Social Club 1; Dramatics Club 1; Flower Club 4. 



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WAID, JACK 

Someone swell to have around. 

WALSH, ROBERT 
"Relax, relax!" 
Jr. Play Staff; Art Club 3, 4. 



WATERWASH, CRISY 

Crisy's the girl who'd take a dare, most anytime 

and anywhere. 

Y-Teen 1, 2; G.A.A. 1; Band 1, 2. 

WATKINS, MARILYN 
A linger in every pie. 

Quill & Scroll 4; Fresh. Class Pres.; Y-Teen 1, 2, 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4, Cir. Mgr. 4; Jr. Council 
of World Affairs 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 1, Sec'y. 3; Prom. 
Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 1, 2; Sr. Act. 
Club 4; Operetta 3; Choir Bd. Directors 4. 



WAUGH, DALENE 

Nice and new. we like her too. 

Entered from Independence, Mo. in Jr. Yr. 
Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Knitting 
Club 3; Red Cross Club 4. 

WEBER, RALPH 

"/ have no strife to bother my life, so I paddle my 
oun canoe." 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Asst. Bus. Mgr. 4; Jr. Play Cast; Movie Club 
3, 4; Star Gazers Club 2; Craftsman Club 1; Science 
Club 4, Pres. 4. 



WEIR, MARLENE 

Music has charm and so has she. 

Y-Teen 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Math for Fun 3; Dancing 

Club 4. 

WEIST, BARBARA 

Says little, thinks a lot. 

Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4; Echo Bus. Staff 1; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross 1; Singing for Fun 2; Flower Club 3, 4. 



WELCH, HOWARD 

When at a game and you want first reports, look for 
Houie, he uri'es Sports. 

Sr. Class Vice Pres.; B.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 
4; Newcomers Club 1; Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Sports 
Ed. 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Football 1, 3; Basketball 
1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Boy's Stage 3; 
Band Bd. Directors 4. 

WEST, DONALD 

Ea.tf » east and "Tubby" is West. 

Cadette 3, 4; Football Mgr. 3, 4; Baseball 2; Wrestl- 
ing Mgr. 3; Track Mgr. 3; Letterwinner 2, 4; Jr. 
Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 2; Stage Crew 4; 
Science Club 1,2; Pinochle Club 3. 




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WHEATON, WESLEY 

Leader of men, follower of women. 
Student Council 1, 4; B.L.C. 3, 4; Cadette 4; Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 4, Bus. Staff 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2; Track 1, 2; Letterwinner 2, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Comm. 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 4; Varsity 
Club 2; Key Club. 

WHITESIDE, JEAN 

You'll remember her laughter forever after. 
Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 3, 4; Quill & Scroll 4; Nat'l. For. 
League 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; Student Council 1, 4; 
G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 1 2; Ad Club 2, 3; Y-Teen 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Bus. Staff 4, 
Bus. Mgr. 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Prince of Peace 1, 2, 3, 4; Bridge Club 3; Girl's 
State 3; French Club 3, 4. 

WILHELM, LaVERNE 

/I willing and diligent worker. 

Nat'l. Hon. Soc. 4; Quill & Scroll 4; F.T.A. 2; Y-Teen 
1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 2; Survey Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 4, Advisory Bd. 4; Jr. Play Staff; Megaphone 
Club 1, 3; Choir 1; Needlework Club 3; Sr. Activities 
Club 4. 

WILLSON, NANCY 

With smiles and giggles for all times. 

G.A.A. 3; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Prince of 

Peace 4; Needlework Club 3, 4. 



WITTINE, EARL 

A quiet chap of superior brand. 

Track 1; Choir 1, 2, 3; Scale & Triangle 1; Whittling 

Club 4; Gem Hunter's Club 4. 

WOLF, PETER 

"Hold the fort boys, I am coming". 
Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Student Council 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Sports Ed. 3, Ed. -in-Chief 4; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3; Letterwin- 
ner 3; N.A.S.S. 3. 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prince of Peace 4; 
Diamond Sports Club 3; Publications Club 4. 



WOLFF, PETER C. 
Relax. Pete's here! 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Jr. Play Staff; Band 1. 2; Science Club 
1, 2; Round Table 3; Ping-pong 4. 

YERMAN, DONALD 

No sinner, no saint perhaps, but still the very best 
of chaps. 

Football 3; Baseball 1; Scale & Triangle 2; Red 
Cross 3. 



ZELLER, MARILYN 
Sweet and lovely. 

Entered from Collinwood in Jr. Yr. 
Canasta Club 3; Modern Dancing Club 4. 

ZOGG, EDGAR 

Zig, Zag. Zogg! 

Choir 1, 2, 3; P.A. Club 1; Ping-Pong Club 1; Chess 

& Checkers 1; Boosters Club 1, 2. 



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"Joys of 
Student Days" 



/fan. tar St 






4 m 

President Jean Bosco 

Vice-President Dick Sodja 

Secretary Betty Poje 

Treasurer Gladys Stevenson 

/junior (Ij 





President Dan Wawrzyniak 

Vice-President Anne Browning 

Secretary Janice Lindstrom 

Treasurer Dan Colantino 



Page Fifty-two 



luniors 



Donald Alston 
Ida Bickley 
Jean Bosco 
Estell Bozell 
Anne Cristoff 



Kathleen Courtot 
Carol Deely 
Norman Eighmy 
Ronald Elliott 
Grace Germano 



Douglas Greve 
Suzanne Hawkins 
Richard Kosteinshek 
Judith Levkovitz 
John Nachtigal 



James Nimmo 
Elizabeth Poje 
Marcus Predovic 
Richard Presterl 
Earl Price 



William Schlauch 
Walter Schwabe 
Burleigh Shibley 
Jerome Silverman 
Norman Simmons 



Blase Skully 
Eugene Snyder 
Richard Sodja 
Vincent Sofia 
Gladys Stevenson 



Bruce Abbott 
Joyce Ahey 
Annabel Aitken 
William Akos 
Joan Aldred 




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class of 1952 




Dorothy Andreucci 
Joanne Archbold 
William Argent 
James Atwood 
Shirley Balint 



Jack Barone 
John Bassett 
Ruth Baus 
Corinne Beadle 
Betty Jo Bentley 



Joseph Bernstein 
Richard Besemer 
Joyce Blanc 
David Bosanko 
Shirley Boyle 



Frank Brancely 
Virginia Brazil 
Patricia Breen 
Ronald Breskvar 
Monica Brown 



Anne Browning 
Lois Bruck 
Robert Bushong 
George Byrne 
Richard Cameron 



Rosemarie Carabotta 
Beverly Carano 
James Carney 
Tom Carney 
Vaughn Carney 



Ray Carson 
Barbara Cartwright 
Michael Cefaratti 
Doris Clayton 
Dan Colantino 



Page Fifty-four 



juniors 



Naomi Colbow 
Charles Conti 
Jean Coski 
John Covert 
Charles Craig 



Chan Crawford 
Shirley Dadlow 
Pauline Daniels 
David DeGenova 
Leonard DeLac 



Franklin Delaney 
Frank DeVito 
Dennis DiCenzo 
Robert Dill 
Dolores Disantis 



Joseph Doherty 
Joan Dondrea 
Richard Dostal 
Marilyn Dowis 
Willis Downing 



Jack Dugan 
Rita Dugan 
Carl Ehlert 
Gale Emerich 
Richard Ferrel 



Rose Marie Ferro 
Thomas Finnegan 
Jack Fisher 
William Flynn 
Donna Ford 



Mary Ann Freeh 
Gilbert Frey 
Frank Garafolo 
Carol Gardner 
Robert Gates 








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Page Fifty-five 



class of 1952 




Mary Geddes 
Carlton George 
Tom Gietano 
Gayle Glenn 
Walter Gollwitzer 



Ronald Gorisek 
John Gottschling 
James Gray 
William Green 
Doris Grossman 



Maty Ann Guip 
Richard Gvgli 
Margie Hale 
Beverly Hall 
Fred Ham 



Donna Hamrich 
Eugene Harris 
Carolyn Hartzell 
Martha Hazzard 
Hairy Hetshey 



James Hertel 
Geraldine Hocevar 
Richard Hogan 
Mary Holfelder 
Doris Holzmer 



Coralie Hopes 
Carl Horn 
Bruce Horner 
John Hovancsek 
Patricia Hurley 



Alice Huston 
Mildred Infantolino 
Stanley Intihat 
Shirley Jackson 
Carole Janke 



Page Fifty-six 



luniors 



Jan Johnson 
Suzanne Johnson 
Adrienne Jones 
Richard Zgonic 
Donald Justus 



Rose Kalavsky 
Ruth Kalavsky 
Else Kalberer 
Murray Kaplan 
Robert Kappelle 



Carol Anne Kazar 
Jack Kelly 
Russell Kidd 
Tom Kimes 
William Kirchner 



Betty Lou Kirk 
Doris Kling 
Richard Knerr 
Mary Koletic 
Edmund Komraus 



Doris Kovach 
Edward Kramer 
Karol Krohme 
Walter Kuhar 
Mary LaMacchia 



Edward Langan 
Gerald Langan 
Barbara Langer 
Roland Lapinskas 
Barbara Lash 



Gary Latour 
Rita Lausche 
Bruce Lauter 
Yvonne Lavo 
Carol Leitch 




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class of 1952 




Diane Lekse 
Robert Lindsay 
Janice Lindstrom 
Walter Lindstrom 
Arlene Lokar 



Jane Lowell 
Joan Luikart 
Richard Lumadue 
Patricia Lynch 
Jack MacEwen 



Dorothy Maczuga 
Don Malaga 
Rose Marie Mannion 
Robert Mansperger 
Janet Mapes 



Eileen Marchione 
Shirley Maradorf 
Alice Mauser 
Robert McCulley 
Patricia McNellan 



Alice Melkerson 
Vincent Menill 
Joyce Meyers 
Dolores Mihelich 
Patricia Miklus 



Mary Jane Milavec 
Donald Miller 
Richard Miller 
Sandra Miller 
Margaret Miskerich 



Wilma Mlack 
Jack Mocny 
Frank Molnar 
Robert Monnett 
Daniel Moriarity 



Page Fifty-eight 



juniors 



James Morton 
Kay Moschell 
James Murray 
William Myers 
Richard Nagode 



Patricia Nagy 
Judith Nelson 
Richard Newman 
William Nobbe 
James Norsic 



Richard Nunnally 
Ronald O'Connell 
Thomas O'Donnell 
Nancy Offineer 
Dolores Ogreen 



John Ohnemus 
Louis O'Kicki 
Edward Omerza 
Leroy Omerza 
Lillian Oraham 



Eugene Orlando 
Lois Osberg 



omriey raimer 
Frances Parziale 
Thomas Paskins 


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rVf 


John Passerallo 
Richard Paugh 
Lois Payne 
Jerry Penkala 
Jean Perlioni 


% 



Paul Petti 
Carl Pfriem 
Richard Phillips 
Donald Plesnicar 
William Potocar 




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class of 1952 




A r- l „ 



- 1 /-/ 




Leonard Rattini 
Margaret Reilly 
Elaine Repicky 
Jean Richman 
Marilyn Rini 



Nancy Rolinson 
Harvey Roll 
Carol Rouse 
John Ryan 
Stanton Ryan 



James Sainsbury 
Shirley Salettel 
Michael Santon 
Corrine Sbrocco 
Roland Schmelzer 



Rita Schmidt 
Paul Scmitt 
Harry Scholpp 
Fred Schule 
Barbara Schultz 



Nancy Seaman 
Allan Sherrill 
Claire Shepard 
Kathleen Shitilla 
Ruth Sill 



Audree Simonic 
Fred Smith 
Kent Smith 
William Snyder 
James Sobe 



Robert Soeder 
Alvce Sowden 
William Scaur 
Gloria Stahre 
Clyde Stapp 



Page Sixty 



juniors 



Constance Stark 
Robert Stefancik 
Marion Stone 
James Strathern 
Charlotte Stuzen 



Irene Substelny 
Carolyn Swackhamer 
Nancy Szabo 
Richard Tayler 
Mac Tench 



Barbara Tiefenbach 
Janet Trommetter 
Gretchen Uhry 
Carol Vanek 
Lois Vanek 



Martha Verbsky 
William Vigh 
Robert Waid 
Roberta Walensa 
Leo Walsh 



Dan Wawrzyniak 
Don Webker 
Leonard Weiss 
Carol Welling 
Alfred Williams 



Don Winter 
Delores Wiseman 
Carol Wiskes 
Harold Wittlinger 
Wayne Woganstahl 



Jeanne Wohland 
Joan Wolfenberg 
Larry Woodford 
Janet Woodruff 
Nancy Yeary 




V Itl 



Page Sixty-one 





Robert Yopko 
Marie Zakraysek 
Joseph Zanghi 
Ronald Zanzig 
Frank Zigman 



Nancy Zupancic 
Louis Zupanic 




This year the junior class party was the 
Jack O' Lantern Jump. It was planned not 
for profit, but simply to provide an 
entertaining and enjoyable evening for 
the Juniors. 



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"Euclid's Sons 
and Daughters" 






<? L "A" 

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A f f o 




President Joseph Sullivan 

Vice-President Alice Kusar 

Secretary Joan Kromar 

Treasurer Marlene Mihelich 



^3o»A 



r 



"B" 




President Donald Whiteside 

Vice-President Joyce Long 

Secretary Connie Bates 

Treasurer Patricia Shrewsbury 



Pago Sixty-four 



Patty Arnold 
Bruce Beandry 
Richard Broz 
Don Carroll 
William Christie 
Joan Clayton 
Ann Corlette 

Gloria DeNoewer 
John Driscoll 
Robert Dyke 
Janet Dyke 
Robert Egensperger 
Lloyd Evans 
Robert Fifolt 

Richard Geist 
Russell Klawon 
Shirley Kollar 
Joan Kromar 
Alice Kusar 
Ronnie Laccheo 
Louie Laddis 

Marlene Mihelich 
Ronald Muhic 
Joseph Murray 
Joseph Nemerovsky 
Walter Nickel 
Sue Parrill 
Bruce Presley 

Phil Richards 
Geraldine Snyder 
Ronald Son 
Eddie Speed 
Joseph Starman 
Joseph Sullivan 
Jerry Turner 

Rosie Valencic 
Carol Wagner 
Richard Washburn 
Mildred Worley 
Barbara Zales 
Ronald Abbott 
Fred Adamowicz 

Richard Allar 
Joan Andeen 
Kenneth Anzells 
Mary Lee Babnick 
Lucille Bailey 
Ala Baker 
Evelyn Baldassarre 

Joyce Bales 
Arlene Balint 
Mike Bann 
Judy Barnhart 
Donna Barrett 
Robert Bartlett 
William Bartlert 

Connie Bates 
Jeanne Bauer 
James Bavetz 
Richard Bear 
Carol Beck 
Bob Behnke 
Shirley Beldin 



sophomores 




Page Sixty-five 



class of 1953 




Elaine Beltz 
Richard Bencin 
James Bentley 
Catherine Bernardini 
Jacquelyn Bernier 
Eddie Bessler 
Tom Beveridge 

Don Biller 
Charles Bolden 
Glen Bomback 
Philip Borovic 
James Bozell 
Marianne Bradner 
Dick Brennan 

Juanita Brew 
Karl Brockman 
Mark Brose 
Arline Brown 
Barbara Buck 
Phillip Buhner 
Jean Burns 

Shirley Butcke 
Vincent CaDello 
Sallv Carroll 
Shirley Caruso 
Tony Caruso 
Bruce Case 
Joe Castribince 

Dennis Christie 
Connie Clampitt 
Carol Clasen 
Betty Catterbuck 
Erank Clevenger 
Glen Coatsworth 
Bernard Cole 

Eleanor Collins 
Marsha Colwill 
Virginia Connell 
Patricia Considine 
Donald Conrenza 
Mvron Cooper 
Shirley Cormiea 

Bernadine Corron 
Michael Costello 
Tack Courtot 
Rita Couk 
Tack Craig 
Harold Craine 
Eugene Crego 

Ralph Cross 
Tom Curnmings 
Carol Cutler 
Richard Cvetic 
Arnold Dauer 
Bonnie David 
Jack Dawes 

Charles DeLaney 
Norman DeLaney 
Ann Delinger 
Dorothy DeLsot 
Marvin De Luga 
Luana Demerer 
Robert DeShields 



Page Sixty-six 



Judith Dinwoodie 
Forest Dixon 
Ronald Dobbler 
Arthur Dras 
Bob Dulskis 
Joan Dulskis 
Odette Duval 

Carolyn Dynes 
Bill Ebel 
Elden Edmonds 
Joan Eells 
Bob Ehas 
Evelyn Eighmy 
Vivian Eisler 

Florence Elrick 
Cherie Evans 
Judith Eynon 
Don Falk 
Joyce Farry 
Mary Ann Fazzan 
Arthur Fee 

Mary Fellows 
Dennis Fielding 
Donald Fuik 
Robert Fitzgerald 
Julia Flynn 
Nina Ford 
William Former 

Richard Freeh 
Phyllis Fridley 
Rubyann Friedel 
Sylvia Friedman 
Debby Gabowitz 
Inez Gadberry 
John Gaylor 

Stewart Gardner 
William Garginlo 
James Gaylor 
Carolyn Gerhardstein 
Charles Gertz 
Tom Gilmore 
Betty Giuffre 

David Glaser 
Barbara Gluisek 
Marjorie Goers 
Carl Golinar 
Mike Gordon 
Patricia Gorjup 
John Gorka 

Nancy Gross 
Frank Guarino 
Gary Gaudling 
William Hagy 
William Hall 
Mary Ann Hallack 
Charles Hamilton 

Bill Hammill 
James Hanna 
Jan Hanna 
Joanna Hauson 
Clyde Hart 
Mary Hassink 
Barbara Hazell 



sophomores 

4; 





f*aae Sixty-seven 



class of 195 3 




Dennis Heeter 
Esther Heinwich 
Ernie Henkel 
Roberta Herman 
Sonya Herald 
Marleen Hoffart 
Joan Huddlestone 

Iris Huline 
Glen Hughes 
Robert Hulvat 
Doreen Hutton 
Kathleen Ingraham 
Sally Irons 
Jean Jacobski 

Dale James 
Carolyn Janke 
Joseph Janus 
Betty Jevnikar 
Frank Jirovec 
Jeanette Johnston 
Bernice Jokela 

Ron Joranko 
Betty Justus 
lames Kalin 
Robert Kane 
Joseph Kantner 
Wallace Nido 
Richard Karlinger 

Joe Kawrich 
Joyce Kellam 
Anne Kelso 
Gail Kibby 
Fred Kinkoph 
Marilyn Kline 
Ray Knapp 

Louis Knezevich 
George Koepplinger 
Frank Kokos 
Margie Korta 
Walter Korta 
Joan Kostelnik 
Gerald Kotnik 

Jean Kotnik 

Larry Krauter 

Max Krecic 

Karen Kreinheder 

Pat Krome 

Paul Kubik 

Marcia Ellen Kuchera 

Tom Kunkel 
Tony Kure 
John Langdon 
Ronald Laseak 
Carl Lasinski 
Ken Lasko 
Carl Laubler 

Patticia Leffetts 
Arline Lengel 
Margaret Libby 
Glenn Long 
Joyce Long 
Marilyn Lovett 
William Lux 



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sophomores 



Sandra MacDonald 
Donald MacKay 
Jan McCandles 
Thomas McCarthy 
Mary McClure 
Leonard McCormick 
James McDermott 

Barbara McGowan 
Cherie McKenzie 
Shirley Mangusson 
James Majoros 
Richard Makman 
Gary Malmberg 
Eileen Mannion 

Duane Mansperger 
Walter Mapes 
James Marcombe 
Patricia Morett 
Lois Margo 
Betrv Maryazic 
William Mauser 



Veronica Mauer 
Edward Micco 
Michael Michael 
William Mikolsky 
Adrienne Miller 
Fred Miller 
Kenneth Miller 



Violet Milosevich 
Mary Ann Mirch 
Barbara Mittelstadt 
Gerald Mlachak 
Hal Moore 
Bill Morgan 
David Morse 

Elaine Moser 
Don Mramor 
Marilyn Muehl 
Geraldine M.ihic 
Charles Murphy 
Gloria Myers 
Joan Myers 

Terry Nemerousky 
Richard Nemeth 
David Niccum 
Frank Nimmo 
John Novak 
Shirley Olsen 
Joan Outten 

Dave Owens 
Roger Pae 
Catherine Paolo 
Areline Plasius 
Helen Papes 
Angela Parenti 
Joseph Pascal 

Eileen Pavlina 
Manual Paz 
Kathryn Peck 
Derra Lee Peunoyer 
Geraldine Percio 
Chuck Peterson 
Norman Petrick 




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class of 1953 




Jerry Petrofes 
Ronald Phillips 
Veral Pierce 
Jean Powell 
Sylvia Pringle 
Patricia Ann Rady 
Phoebe Raney 

Arthur Reed 
Charles Reier 
Stephen Rapasy 
William Rice 
Frank Phillips 
Lenore Richards 
John Richmond 

Gary Risley 
Robert Roach 
Paul Rogers 
Shirley Rojeck 
Eunice Rose 
Howard Rose 
Steve Rosik 

Dany Ross 
Donald Runo 
Thomas Sabbath 
Marleen Sabec 
Laura Jean Samsa 
Robert Sanders 
Edward Santon 

Geraldine Schmitz 
Bill Schneider 
John Seleman 
Russel Shawke 
Edith Sherrill 
Roxann Shirk 
Patricia Shrewsbury 

Navarre Seiber 
Constance Sieker 
Ken Sims 
Marily Skiff 
Gertrude Skrobot 
Sharon Sladek 
David Smith 

Jack Soil 
Sue Spangler 
Allen Stalker 
Marcia Stark 
Beverly Stevens 
Thomas Stevenson 
Ray Stills 

David Stinson 
Donald Streck 
Pat Sullivan 
Stuart Summerville 
Don Sustar 
Eleanor Sutherland 
Jim Teegardin 

Sally Telisman 
Otto Thomas 
Ted Thomas 
Chauncey Thompson 
Donna Thompson 
Fred Thompson 
Robert Thorncraft 



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Dick Todd 
Joe Toigo 
Frank Toplak 
Arlene Tortorici 
Bill Trout 
Geraldine Turk 
Joseph Turkall 

Jack Vaughan 
Dale Vend 
Allan Vendeland 
Carol Verbsky 
Don Vicic 
John Van Hof 
Thomas Walklet 

Gerald Walsh 
Jim Waters 
Rosella Waterwash 
Charles Watkins 
Jack Watkinson 
Marv Louise Weir 
William Weiss 

Edward Welling 
James Welsh 
Willard Wertenberger 
Susan Wettrick 
Don Whiteside 
Kenny Whitlow 
Richard Whitney 

Ronald Wiech 
Jack Wierman 
Ruth Wilk 
Betty Yanchar 
Joan Yarbrough 
Edward Williams 
Shirley Williams 

Richard Wohlgemuth 
Kenneth Wuchte 
Bridson Wills 
Stuart Winters 
Mary Lou Zohler 
Gary Zanzig 
Charles Ziegenfus 



sophomores 

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Student Days 



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classes 



Sewing 

Sewing one's own clothes is not only 
more economical than buying them, but 
also provides an opportunity for original- 
ity in clothes to fit personal tastes. In 
connection with design, textiles and color 
are studied and ready-made garments are 
compared with those the girls make. 



Physics 

The students of Mr. Koth's physics class 
are examining an optical disc, which is 
used for the refraction of light. Through 
this course the student learns the prin- 
ciples of heat, light, sound, electricity and 
machines. Two days each week are devoted 
to lab work when the principles learned 
in the lecture room are practiced. 



Co-ops 

The co-op plan is offered to students who 
want to work part-time while they are 
still in school. They must prepare for the 
job in advance so the sophomore, and 
junior years are spent mastering the 
necessary skills such as typing, short- 
hand, bookkeeping and filing. This pro- 
gram is especially advantageous because 
the student has a chance to practice his 
acquired knowledge. 





classes 



Cooking 

An abundance of storage space and all 
the conveniences of a modern kitchen are 
combined in Euclid's Home Arts depart- 
ment. Each year the newest models of 
gas and electric stoves and refrigerators 
are purchased to keep the girls up-to-date 
on the latest cooking methods. The plan- 
ning, preparing, and serving of nourishing 
and attractive meals are emphasized. 



French 

Beginning students in Mr. MacKeigan's 
French classes soon learn that no English 
may be spoken during that period. They 
are able, after a fairly short time, to carry 
on conversations with ease and by the 
second semester to lead the class discus- 
sion as Joan Kromar demonstrates in the 
picture. As soon as the rudiments are 
learned each student is given a French 
pen pal. 



English 

Senior English is an advanced course with 
much emphasis being placed upon com- 
position and English literature. The Atlan- 
tic Monthly and Harpers magazines keep 
the students up-to-date on the best works 
of present day authors. In Mr. Black- 
burn's classes an informal seating arrange- 
ment permits freer participation and more 
contact with each individual. 



classes 



Girls' Gym 

Gym classes provide a welcome break in 
the school day but still give the girls 
mental as well as physical exercise. They 
participate in such outdoor sports as 
hockey, soccer, baseball, and track dur- 
ing warm weather and move inside 
during winter months to play volleyball, 
basketball, ping-pong, and badminton. In 
addition they attend health classes one 
period each week. 



Boys' Gym 

Basketball, baseball, football, exercises, 
and swimming comprise only a part of 
the activities in a boys' gym class. Mem- 
bers of the Swim Leaders Club assist Mr. 
Graam in his task of helping the boys to 
improve their swimming, while members 
of the Boys' Leaders Club aid the physical 
education teachers during gym classes 
and referee intramurals before school in 
the morning. 



Auto Driving 

Auto driving, the newest addition to 
Euclid's High's ever expanding curric- 
ulum, is open only to students sixteen 
years old and over. 

With the aid of thorough instruction, 
driving students acquire valuable knowl- 
edge of rules and driving techniques so 
that at the conclusion of the course a 
better than average number of driving 
students gain licenses. 




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classes 



World History 

To aid in comprehending world prob- 
lems, studenrs in Mrs. Stewart's world 
history classes study the progress of man- 
kind and civilization from their begins 
nings to the present day. They learn not 
only the connection between events of the 
Western and Eastern hemispheres but 
also learn to understand the customs 
of our neighbors. A test is the cause of 
the student's thoughtful expressions. 



Woodshop 

For boys who intend to be carpenters, 
cabinet-makers, or general handymen 
around the house, woodshop is an excel- 
lent course. Mr. Case instructs them in 
the fundamentals of joinery and the uses 
of various woods in the elementary course 
and in the more advanced courses in 
cabinet construction, wood rurning, and 
wood finishing. 



Mechanical Drawing 

Under the guiding hand of Mr. Pohto, 
a mechanical drawing student learns the 
use and care of drawing equipment, the 
importance of neat, accurate work, how 
to draw machine parts, and to read blue 
prints of architectural drawings. Methods 
used in industry are followed, providing 
a good basic foundation in drafting. 



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classes 



Typing 

The typing course is found to be equally 
useful to students in commercial, home 
arts, and college preparatory courses. It 
is valuable to anyone who desires clarity 
and accuracy in his work either for his 
own use or for a future occupation. 
Through continuous time tests, students 
increase their typing speed which is a 
prime requisite of a good typist. 



Band 

The photographer has caught Mr. Harper 
in a pose familiar to all musicians. Unlike 
most classes, the band is frequently 
required ro perform at contests and for 
the public. 

The members of the band learn not only 
better musicianship and acquire added 
ability in ensemble music, but also 
derive much enjoyment from their first 
period class. 



Choir 

Pictured here is a typical rehearsal of the 
popular A Cappella Choir. Miss Tomp- 
kins, the director, selects the outstanding 
members in the choral department to 
participate in this choir. To any student 
who gains membership, the experience 
acquired plays an important part in 
rounding out his high school education. 




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classes 



Office Secretaries 

The efficient young woman behind the 
office counter is Miss Dolores Fondran, 
or more simply — Dolores. When she 
isn't busy fulfilling her secretarial duties 
to Mr. Owens and Mr. Schwegler, she 
makes out athletic eligibility lists, records 
grades and activities, and takes dictation. 
Mrs. Winters comes in three days a week 
to help in the office. 



P.B.X. Operator 

Secretary to Mrs. Sheats and Mr. Baumer 
and P.B.X. operator Miss Winifred Willis 
never has a dull moment for there is 
always dictation to take, letters to write, 
reports to make and calls to answer. 
Along with these duties, other little jobs 
such as student accounting, entries and 
withdrawals, transcripts and monthly 
state attendance reports keep Winnie 
constantly busy. 



School Nurse 

Mrs. Bieberle, school nurse, takes care of 
students who become ill or are injured 
while at school. The clinic, located in the 
office corridor, is her headquarters. Along 
with Dr. Martin, school physician, she 
gives first aid and general checkups in 
an effort to keep the student body in 
good health. 



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classes 



Library 

Miss Bowditch, head librarian, is always 
ready to assist students in finding refer- 
ence books, novels, biographies or poetry 
in the library. Students have the privilege 
of using the library both during study 
halls and after school. Since the library 
is large enough to accommodate 600 
students at one time, tests are often 
given there. 



Mr. Brewster 

Whether you want a door unlocked, a 
window fixed, the school opened for a 
special affair, or freight unloaded, Mr. 
Brewster is the man to see. With his 
group of thirty-four workers, he is com- 
pletely responsible for the upkeep of 
the building. He is shown checking 
the gauges in our ultra-modern boiler 
room which provides for coal, gas, or 
oil consumption. 



Cafeteria 

Though the cafeteria is not a classroom, 
nearly all students visit it some time dur- 
ing the day. Mrs. Palloran, head dieti- 
cian, supervises the planning and cook- 
ing of meals served in the cafeteria both 
during lunch periods and for special ban- 
quets. The cafeteria also provides an 
excellent place for holding school dances. 




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All Praise We Sing 



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national honor society 



The National Honor Society was first organized in 
American schools to promote leadership and good character 
as well as to create an enthusiasm for scholarship and a 
desire to render service. Any senior or junior in the upper 
third of his class is eligible to be rated for possible mem- 
bership. With the aid of a point system each teacher and 
each present National Honor Society member rates the 
prospective students on the basis of leadership, character, 
and service. 

Then each January at a solemn and impressive ceremony 
the worthy scholars are initiated. 

A member must stand out among his fellow students 
but not away from them, for membership is the highest 
honor that can be conferred upon a high school student. 

The picture below was taken at the conclusion of the 
annual N. H. S. assembly. 





T. Monacelli, R, Elrick, B. Eiber, B. Bebnke R. Weber, J. Anderson, R. Schafer, 
B. Peterson, C. Cronse, S. Mardorf, V. Palsa, A. Lokar, M. Mathers, J. Lowell, 
J. Dondrea, J. Stinson, D. Mahne, N. Yeary, M. Replogle, M. Crowtber, E. Neu- 
miester, S. Town, T. Sterling, J. Whiteside, D. Kollar, B. Dahn, E. Creighton, 
S. Intihar, N. Moretti, N. Wallanz, J. Carr, H. Nagle, B. Uhl, T. Mason, L. Richard- 
son, A. Sowden, J. Whiteside, C. Hofmann. 



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Row 1, left to right: S. Mardorf, E. Repicky, J. Whiteside, J. Lindstrom. 
Row 2, left to right: B. Fortner, B. Buck, A. Souden, N. Moretti, B. Carano, 

A. Aitken, N. Willson, S. Town. 
Row 3, left to right: B. Libby, J. Lowell, A. Lokar, M. Holfelder, S. Caruso, 

R. Pae, B. Mansperger. 



national forensic league 




Under the guidance of Mr. Leonard Robuck, speech 
enthusiasts participate in local, district, and state con- 
tests and speak before the public to gain enough points 
to become members of the National Forensic League. 
At the contests they present original oratoricals, humor- 
ous declamations, extemporaneous speeches, dramatic 
declamations, or participate as a member of the 
debate team. 

N.F.L.'s scholastic qualifications are the same as those 
of National Honor Society and International Quill and 
Scroll: a student must be in the upper third of his class; 
but he must earn twenty points to achieve membership. 
A member may and usually does continue to work for 
points, striving for the higher degrees of Merit, Honor, 
and Distinction. To receive these degrees fifty, one- 
hundred, and two-hundred points respectively must 
be earned. 




Row 1, left to right: M. Siigerman, M. Mathers. P. Wolf. 
Ron- 2. left to right: J. Wolfenberg. B. Kirk, L. Wilhelm. S. Town, F. McPherson. 
Row 3, left to right: B. Uhl. L. Ratzman. R. Weber. R. Elrick, A. Lokar, P. Trebec, 
J. Whiteside. 



international quill and scroll 




Members of Quill and Scroll, are inducted into the 
Society during an annual assembly program. The newly 
elected members take the oath of the organization, and 
receive their membership cards and pins. (On the pins 
are inscribed the letters I.H.S.H.S.J. the abbreviation for 
International Honor Society for High School Journalists.) 
The purpose of the society, to honor worthy high school 
journalists, and the qualifications for membership are 
explained to the entire student body in this assembly. 

To qualify one must give outstanding service either to 
the business or to the editorial staff of the Survey or the 
Euclidian, rank in the upper third of his class scholasti- 
cally, excel in character, leadership and service, and be 
recommended by the advisor of one of the publications. 

Samples of his work must be submitted to the society's 
executive officer for final approval. 



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national athletic scholarship society 



To become a member of the National Athletic Scholar- 
ship Society a boy must have been awarded a letter in 
football, basketball, swimming, wrestling, track, baseball 
or golf and proven himself outstanding in fair play and 
good sportsmanship. In addition to a letter, he must be 
in the upper forty percent of his class and must be elected, 
by the vote of the faculty, into the society. N.A.S.S. was 
formed primarily to promote good scholarship among 
athletes by producing an incentive for earning better 
grades. Intelligent students not only make the best athletes, 
but also save the coach from worrying about the eligibility 
of his players. 

It is certain that more boys will strive for membership 
in N.A.S.S. and make it a bigger and more important honor 
club at Euclid High. 





Left to right: Don Mahne, Ed Hoffert, Frank Kebn, Wes Wheaton, Pete Wolf. 



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student council 



Twice a year each homeroom elects one representative 
who takes any problem of the students to the Student 
Council. At the meetings these problems are discussed and 
solved, if possible. The Council sponsors many programs 
and dances for the enjoyment and benefit of the entire 
student body and is always ready to back any school activity. 
The Get Acquainted Dance, the first of the year, as well 
as the Football and Basketball Dances are annual affairs. 

Honor study halls, the bookstore, hall guards, concessions, 
the student council reception room, the recreation room 
and assembly programs are completely managed by the 
student representatives in keeping with Mr. Koth's policy 
of giving the students as much responsibility as possible 
in the running of the school. 

Alyce Sowden and Herman Sluga headed the magazine 
drive which was originated to take the place of numerous 
small money-making propositions previously used by 
Student Council. The individual students were allowed to 
apply their share, one-half of the profits, to any school 
activity or publication they chose. 

A nine-hundred and fifty dollar popcorn machine, pur- 
chased in March, was used at the final basketball game, 
the tournament, and after school. A tax stamp drive, headed 
by Joanne Archbold, was promoted by the council to help 
pay for the machine. 




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Row 1, left to right: R. Grill, S. Town, T. Monacelli, Mr. Kotb. 

Row 2, left to right: C. Bates. B. Stevens. L. Osberg, A. Jones, J. Pegnoli. D. Morse. 

Row 3, left to right: J. Stinson, A. Sowden, D. Mahne, N. Wallauz. M. Mathers, 

F. Guarino, R. Joranko. W. Wheaton. 
Roic 4. left to right: J. Coski. M. Hillier. B. Nobbe, L. Demeter. R. Fried el, 

M. Kaplan. J. Clayton. J. Whiteside, E. Bozell. R. Ferro. 
Row 5, left to right: D. Wawrzytiiak, B. Fiber, G. Shepard, C. Sezon, J. Anderson, 

B. Dahn, C. Thompson. R. Pae. M. Sugerman. 
Row 6, left to right: K. Brockman. E. Hoffert, R. Elrick. E. Snyder, G. Byrne. 

L. Knezevich, K. Sims, D. Whiteside, J. Sullivan. 



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Left to right: Marilyn Mathers, Chuck Sezon, 
Ralph Elrick, Flora McPherson. 

Heading concessions is another of the 
enormous jobs undertaken by the Student 
Council. Marilyn Mathers, Chuck Sezon 
and Dick McHarg took charge of foot- 
ball concessions while Flora McPherson 
and Ralph Elrick managed basketball con- 
cessions. Homeroom representatives, hon- 
orary members and student volunteers 
sell at the games. 



Left to right: Ro Ferro, Sue Town, Marilyn 
Mathers, Herman Sluga. 

Two secretaries are assigned to the 
Student Council Reception Room each 
period. They take charge of articles for 
the lost and found, escort visitors around 
the school, and deliver messages for 
Winnie. Ro Ferro is responsible for the 
upkeep of the room; Sue Town and 
Marilyn Mathers assign the secretaries. 



hall guards 



officers 




Seated, left to right: B. Peterson, J. Arcbbold, 

J. Whiteside, E. Creighton. 
Standing, left to right: D. Freck, N. Wallauz, 

At. Patmore, K. Griffin. B. Dirk. 

Nine hallguards are assigned each period 
to keep the halls clean, to see that students 
have hall passes, and to direct visitors. 
Jean Whiteside chooses the captains and 
the other guards from study halls and 
gives each of them a list of rules to 
follow in accordance with hall procedure. 



Seated: Sue Town, secretary. 
Standing: Ray Grill, treasurer; Ted Monacelli, 
president; Moe Sugerman vice-president. 

Student Council, the governing body, was 
headed by Ted Monacelli, Morris Suger- 
man, Sue Town, and Ray Grill. These 
officers were elected by secret ballot last 
spring in an all school election. Bob Eiber 
was elected as treasurer by the council to 
fill the vacancy left by Ray Grill the 
second semester. 



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hi Y 



In troubled times such as these, it is good to have a code to 
live by, something to grasp mentally that will strengthen your stride 
along the paths of everyday living. 

The Euclid High School Hi-Y platform is such a code — a guid- 
ing influence to its members. 

The first plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Speech. A fel- 
low's speech usually betrays his inner life. "As a man thinks in 
his heart, so is he." 

The second plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Sportsman- 
ship because it means much in building up a boy into a man. 
Clean Sportsmanship develops courage, will-power, self-reliance, 
fair-play, team-work, and self-sacrifice. The fellow who plays clean 
in athletics will play clean in the game of life. 

The third plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Scholarship. No 
boy can get any lasting benefit for himself by any kind of cheat- 
ing. You may fool your teacher, but you can never fool yourself. 

The fourth plank in the Hi-Y platform is Clean Living. A man 
is made by his habits. "What you do speaks so loudly that I can- 
not hear what you say." 

Thus does Hi-Y work to benefit boys. 

— Pete Wolf, Editor of the Survey 




The Hi-Y at Euclid was com- 
pletely reorganized this year. In pre- 
vious years each applicant for Hi-Y 
was voted upon by the members 
of the club, but this year it was 
decided to open Hi-Y to all boys 
in the school. A larger club resulted, 
necessitating the organization of 
five chapters. Each chapter elected 
its own officers and carried on its 
own projects, the entire club meet- 
ing only at the beginning of the 
evening and then the group break- 
ing up into chapters for more 
specialized meetings. 



The Hi-Y officers for the year 1951 were Ted Monacelli, presi- 
dent; Ronnie Potokar, vice-president; Wesley Wheaton, secretary, 
ard Howie Welch, treasurer. 



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hi Y 



Cavaliers 

A clothing drive and food for a needy 
family at Christmas time as well as a 
speaker from the F.B.I, were the projects 
of the Cavaliers, sponsored by Mr. Ben- 
nett. Its officers were Dick Trebec, 
Chuck Sezon, Bill Nobbe, and Louie 
Knezevich. 



Knights 

The major project of the Knights chap- 
ter of Hi-Y, sponsored by Mr. Apple 
was the planning of a banquet held 
April 24 at Rondini's for the whole 
club. Pete Wolf, Ed Hoffert, Don 
Barry, and Mike Stefanchik were presi- 
dent, vice-president, secretary and treas- 
urer respectively. 



Counts 

A panel discussion, the sale of First and 
Tens at the tournament, and a visit to 
John Adams Hi-Y were the events spon- 
sored by the Counts under the leadership 
of Ralph Elrick, Sam Perry, Bob Dill, 
and Bob Eiber. Mr. Galicki filled the 
vacancy left by the retirement of Mr. 
Stubbart as sponsor. 



Lords 

Mr. John Kuhfahl, assistant director of 
the Y.M.C.A. in Euclid, helped the Lords 
as well as the whole Hi-Y in their work. 
Led by John Byrum, Larry Thomas, Dan 
Wawrzyniak, and Jim Stokes, the Lords 
had a paper sale on March 17th to raise 
money and sponsored a dance at the 200th 
Street project, open to the public. 



Squires 

Clark Hofmann, Fred Martin, Al De- 
Simone, and Ray Timco, officers of the 
Squires, with the aid of Dr. Erickson, 
sponsor, and the other members of the 
chapter, held a clothing drive, a dance, 
and sawed wood as a money mak- 
ing project. 




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Y-teens 



Y-Teen Cabinet 

Seated, left to right: G. Emericb, 
C. Crouse, P. Toth, J. Whiteside. 

Standing, left to right: J. Archhold, J. Perlioni, 
N. Yeary, C. Welling. 



Service, educational and recreational meetings comprised the year's Y-Teen 
program. Two service meetings were planned for each class, while recreational 
activities vary from parties to the Hi-Y Friendship Christmas Formal. The 
style show and a speaker from the F.B.I, were two of the most enjoyed educa- 
tional meetings. 

The election of officers is held in May so that the new officers have an 
opportunity to attend the summer district and state conferences. 




•senior Y TVeri Row I, left to right: J. Whiteside, P. Toth, G. Emerich, N. Yeary. 

OClllUl i - J. CCll Row 2 le j t fo right . A Cofjk R stuber, A. Tarantino, D. Page, J. Pegnoli, J. Codl- 

ing, A. Toward, E. Vah, M. Crowther, D. Jameson, M. Paz, M. Golinar, J. Jerabek. 
Row 3, left to right: D. Verbeckv. B. Vidusicb. L. Wilbelm. D. Funk, N. Jordan, 

M. Zaletel, N. Wallauz, J. Hop'p, L. Radio. M. Jones. J. Stinson, S. Town. 
Row 4, left to right: M. Hillier. D. Mahn, D. Paelcben, P. Rodgers, E. Neumeister, 
H. Krause, B. Pollack, L. Richardson, J. Finke, M. Ricbter. S. Shields, P. Cooney. 
Row 5, left to right: M. Kearney. V. Crickon, F. Powell. V. Struna, K. McGary, 

E, McGary, D. Tarasco, V. Palsa, P. Maker, B. Peterson, G. Evans, A. Mezzacappa, 

A. Rath. 

Row 6, left to right: F. Kozlowski, D. Mihelick, E. Kubik, C. Becvar. P. Alexander, 

B. Key, J. Meglan, J. Steffan, J. Butler, G. Volney. J. Ivancic, R. Nulick, 

F. McPherson. 

Row 7, left to right: K. Griffin, E. Beetham, S. Staples, M. Patmore, B. Dabn, 
E. Timoney, Al. Kusar, J. Gibbs, J. Finke. B. Weist, A. Koracb, M. DeWeese, 

C. Koppich, E. Perat. 



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Junior Y-Teen R ou , i, l e f t to right: N. Colbow, J. Luikart, G. Vbry, L. Osberg, K. Shirilla, J. Mapes, 

D. Kovach, P. Hurley, G. Stabre. R. Mannion, P. McNellan. 

Row 2, left to right: L. Payne, D. McZuga, N. Rolinson, R. Ferro, M. Geddes, G. Glenn, B. Carano, J. Ahey, 

E. Bozell, J. Bosco, C. Vanek, M. Rini. 

Row 3, left to right: P. Lynch, E. Marchion, B. hanger, C. Hartzell, P. Nagy, C. Sobrocco, J. Perlioni, N. Offi- 

neer, M. Broun, E. Repicky, E. Kalberer, C. Rouse, S, Dadlow. 
Row 4, left to right: V. Brazil, D. DiSantis. M. Holfelder, C. Shepard, M. Douis. S. Boyle. R. Bans. P. Miller. 

B. Kirk, J. Wolfenberg, G. Emerich, B. Lash, J. Coski, D. Holzmer. 
Row 5, left to right: A. Browning, D. Ford, A. Aitken, C. Janke, C. Stitzen, J. Archbold, C. Welling, P. Miklus, 

J, Richman, R. Lausche, K. Moschell, R. Schmidt, M. Hale. 
Row 6, left to right: L. Brack, M. Hazzard, J. Blanc. D. Kling, S. Saletal, Al. Infantolino. M. Freeh, D. 

Andrucci, N. Zupancic, J. Wohland, M, Miskerich, ]. Aldred, A. Lokar, C. Wiskes. 




Sophomore Y-Teen r ou . ;, i e f t to right: A. Miller. J. Bales, S. Balint. M. Zaler. B. Stevens. S. Mag- 

nusson, A. Corlette, M. Worley, S. Friedman, C, Janke, V. O'Connor, S. Williams, G. Turk. 
Row 2. left to right: R. Wilk, P. Schreivsbury, S. Wetric, M. Goers, A. Cook, E. Rose, C. Bernadini, J. Outen, 

B. Jevnicar, C. Garhartstein, S. Caruso, G. Scrobot, M. Hasink, D. Hutton, A. Dilinger. 
Row 3, left to right: R. Friedel, M. Mihelich, G. DeNoewer, J. Kromer, E. Pavlina, R. Valencic. J. Hanson, 

J. Meyers, M. Hallack, S. Cormiea. C. Culter, J. Dinuodie. B. Jokela, F. Elrick, R. Mauer. 
Row 4. left to right: L. Demeter. M. Sabec, N. Sieber, M. Hoffert. P. Considine, E. Baldassarre. M. Fazzan. 

M. McLure, P. Rady, J. Yarbough, J. Percio, M. Jerkis, J. Huddlestone. 
Row 5, left to right: S. Pringle, J. Kotnik, S. Irons, G. Meyers, A. Kelso, M. Muehl, P. Raney, B. Galensic, 

J. Long, N. Ford, D. Thompson, C. Wagner, C. Clampitt, D. David, E. Mannion. 
Ron: 6, left to right: L. Margo, J. Lynn, S. Parrill, P. Arnold, J. Johnston, S. Ball, B. Coren, C. Verbsky, 

A. Blassek, D. Delost, A. Lengel, K. Ingraham, E. Beltz, J. Bernier, K. Kreinheder, M. Jerkic. 



majorette club 




Row I, left to right: P. Lynch, J. Lindstrom, A. Browning. 

Row 2, left to right: L. Richardson, D. Funk, Airs. Kramer, N. Moretti, R. Mannion. 

Row 5, left to right: C. Janke, G. Snyder, G. DeNoewer, M. Worley, M. LaMacchia, 

B. Tiefenbach. 
Row 4, left to right: A. Delinger, S. Caruso, N. Ford, E, Marchione, G. Stahre, 

P. McNellan, A. Melkerson. 
Row 5, left to right: S. Kollar, J. Dykes, C. Wagner, C. Clampitt. D. Thompson. 

B. Glinsek. J. Brew, M. Doiris. 
Row 6, left to right: C. Janke, J. Barney, B, Zales, P. Arnold, J. Woodruff, 

M. Stark, J. Eynon, 



majorettes 




Row 1, left to right: K. Krause, J. Lnikart, D. Funk, N. Moretti, J. Fertig, R. Man- 
nion, S. Verbsky. 

Row 2, left to right: R. Marcombe, F. Martincic, J. Lindstrom, S. Boyle, 
L. Richardson. 



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megaphone club 




Row 1, left to right: R. Valencic, J. Dondrea, V. Paha, R. Dugan, P. Maker, 

B. Peterson, 

Row 2, left to right: R. Ferro, J. Clayton, B. David, C. Stnzen, E. Repicky, 

C. Hartzell. 

Row 3, left to right: S. Wettrick, S. Parrill, B. Zales, L. Demeter, M. Libby. 

A. Simonic, ]. Kromar. 
Row 4, left to right: B. Stevens, C. Cutler, L. Payne, M. Mihelich. 



cheerleaders 




Euclid High's 1951 cheerleaders were captained by Babs Peterson with two other 
seniors, Pat Maher and Vernie Palsa, and three juniors, Joan Dondrea, Rita 
Dugan and Rosie Valencic, on the squad. 



Page Ninety-three 



senior activity 




Row 1, left to right: J. Stinson, M. Patmore, L. Wilbelm, N. Moretti, M. Leonardi. J. Ander- 
son, E. Nettmeister. 

Row 2, left to right: T. Sterling, P. Rogers, P. Vandal, B. Eiber, C. Crouse, M. Replogle, 
B. Eynon, D. Van Scoder, T. Porter, K. Bubnis. 

p. a. technicans club 




Row 1, left to right: E. Orlando, K. Moschell, Mr. Gebhart, J. Jerabek. H. Wittlinger. 
Row 2, left to right: B. Case, R. Fitzgerald, F. Toplak, J. Stinson, J. Gaylor. 
Row 3, left to right: D. Winter, M. McVeen, B. Vi'aid, A. Johnson, R. Taylor, ]. Grey. 
Row 4, left to right: W. Gollwitzer. B. Green, N. Petrik, R. Zanzig. F. Brancely, D. Malaga, 
G. Zanzig. 



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movi 




Row 1, left to right: U". Schudel, T. Mason, B. Bliun, Mr. Bailey. 
Rotv 2, left to right: S. Balint. E. Sherrill. M. Crouther, P. McNellan, G. Stare. 
Row 3, left to right: P. Shreivsberry, D. Broos. E. Bozell. J. Meglan, J. Bosco, J. Finke. 
Row 4, left to right: C. Malm, D. Gress, J. Majoros, L. Woodford, R. Weber, B. Messersmith, 
D. Kling. 




Left to right: B. Flynn, N. Eighmy, E. Kramer, J. Ri/ss, 
D. Walsh, D. Justis, T. Bechemer, D. West, K. Miller. 



/. Gaylor. Mr. Case, W. Mapes, 



Page Ninety-five 



ad club 




Row I. left to right: A. Sou den, B. Fiber. N. Moretti, Mr. Spangler. 

Row 2. left to right: N. Yeary, A. Melkersoti. B. Tiefenbach, W. Fortner, C. Bates. 

Row 3, left to right: L. Weiss, S. Mardorf, A. Simonic, D. Leske, E. Repicky. 
V. Pierce. 

Row 4, left to right: D. Colantino, D. Waurzyniak, R. Cameron, M. Tench, J. Pas- 
sesallo, J. Woodruff, J. Can; M. Koletic. 

Row 5. left to right: R. Kappelle, E. Schule, R. Mansperger, R. Tiffany, J. Ander- 
son. D. Hogan, B. Horner, F. Fabec. F. DeVito. 



future teachers 




Row 1, left to right: S. Town, A. Browning, }. Carr, N. Moretti, Miss Campbell. 
Row 2, left to right: B. Jevnicar, D. Wiseman, B. Cartwright, A. Touard, D. Page. 

G. XJhry, J. Dondrea. 
Row 3, left to right: P. Lynch, J. McDermott, J. Coski, M. Wilier, A. Balint. 

A. Sowden, N. Wallauz, R. Lausche. 
Row 4, left to right: D. Barrett, B. Behnke, R. Pae, R. Walensa, J. Anderson, 

V. Menill, G. Volney, P. Alexander. 



Page Ninety-si 



social clubs 

Flower Club 

Members of Mr. Smith's Flower Club 
visited local greenhouses to gain new ideas 
and methods which may be applied to 
the growing and exhibiting of their plants. 
Each fall the club sponsors a flower show 
and awards prizes for winning entries. 



Camera Club 

In a single semester, even an inexperi- 
enced photographer can learn proper 
exposure, distance judgement, choice of 
subject matter, posing, development, and 
printing of pictures, by joining the camera 
club. Under Mr. Thompson's sponsorship, 
club members find that events such as 
school dances afford an excellent oppor- 
tunity to gain experience. 



Cribbage Club 

Cribbage is one of the more complicated 
card games which may be played during 
leisure time. Mr. Galicki quite often joins 
a group to make a "second" or a "fourth." 



Dancing Club 

During the first semester the members 
of Mrs. Kluter's and Mr. Bennett's Danc- 
ing Club receive professional instruction 
from Arthur Murray teachers. The second 
semester is devoted to perfecting the new 
dance steps. 



Needlework Club 

The beautiful hand-worked creations made 
by the girls in the Needlework Club, 
under Miss Aingworth's supervision 
should grace any home — or hope chest. 





social clubs 



Ukelele Club 

Mrs. Heintz instructs budding Arthur 
Godfreys in the popular art of ukelele 
strumming. Each member must own his 
own "uke". During a meeting there are 
as many kinds of ukes as club members. 



Ceramics Club 

The Ceramics Club utilizes all the crea- 
tive ability its members possess. Mr. Voll- 
man is always on hand to give assistance 
and to see that the new kilns and other 
equipment are used properly. 



Junior Red Cross 



The school chapter of the Junior Red 
Cross, sponsored by Miss Lemon, pre- 
pares its members to render aid during 
emergencies. Typical of their many 
service projects is the making of 
party hats and other favors for the 
children's hospitals. 



Gem Hunters 

Mr. Stubbart originated the Gem Hunters 
Club to acquaint boys with the common 
semi- precious stones, their use, and loca- 
tion. Many of the boys have learned to 
cut and mount their stones. 



Chess Club 

Most of the thirty members of the Chess 
Club have long known how to play this 
complicated game, joining simply as a 
means of meeting others who share their 
enthusiasm for the "sport of Kings." 



social clubs 



Ping-Pong Club 

Amateurs and aspiring pros are equally 
welcome to join the Ping-Pong Club. 
Mr. Apple is always on hand to teach the 
beginners and to challenge the old timers. 



Modeling Club 

Many prominent local models appear 
before the girls of Miss Gillman's Model- 
ing Club to give them practical but beau- 
tifying hints about clothes, posture, poise, 
and grooming. 



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P. A. Announcers Club 

Whether announcing is just fun or a 
future ambition, the PA. Announcers gain 
invaluable information about diction, 
inflection, and general voice improvement 
from their sponsor, Mr. Robuck. 



Singing For Fun 

Miss Tompkins Singing For Fun Club 
gives singing enthusiasts, who because of 
crowded schedules are unable to attend 
any regular choir, a chance to "sing for 
fun" once each week. Members of this 
group often participate in productions 
such as the Christmas Concert. 



Canasta Club 

Canasta has become such a national and 
local favorite that Miss Darst and Miss 
Berg both sponsor sections of this popu- 
lar club. 





social clubs 

World Affairs Club 

The World Affairs Club, which is a chap- 
ter of the Jr. Council of World Affairs, 
was organized by Mrs. Stewart to pro- 
mote better understanding of foreign and 
international affairs among our high 
school students. Joan Hopp, because of 
her many years of service, was awarded 
the opportunity to represent our chap- 
ter in New York. 



Publications Club 

The Publications Club, with the help of 
Mr. Angene, laid rough plans for a 
school magazine and edited poems, essays 
and stories for publications and contests. 



Science Club 

Students who are intensely interested in 
science meet with Mr. Gebhart each 
week to report on the newest scientific 
developments and discuss new theories 
and laws. They inquire about scholarships 
and contests and often participate in them. 



Knitting Club 

Argyles and mittens and even an occa- 
sional sweater are knitted by the girls in 
Mrs. Barrows' Knitting Club. The girls 
quite often get so engrossed in their 
knitting that they work on it between 
classes, and a few confess that they don't 
always hear the bell. 



Round Table Club 

Current events and policies of local, 
national, and international significance 
are debated informally during round table 
meetings. Mr. Whiteside is responsible 
for maintaining order, which, when dis- 
cussions become heated, is quite a task. 




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junior play 

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The Junior class, under the able direction of Lester 
Angene, presented their annual play, "Mother Was A 
Freshman," a hilarious farce built around college life, 
on November 17 and 18. 

Mother, Janice Lindstrom, was the comely co-ed 
who attracted more than usual interest from hand- 
some Professor Michaels, played by Tom Paskins. 
John Gottschling as Bobo, won the hearts of Susan, 
Jane Lowell, and the audience alike. 

The hard-working production staff, headed by 
Ann Browning, managed all the technical aspects of 
the play, and gave the class a much needed boost in 
the financing of the Junior-Senior Prom. 




Janice Lindstrom is the center of all masculine attention in this scene from 
the Junior class play, "Mother is a Freshman." 




iLeft to right: M. Holfelder, J. Covert, B. Sktilly, C. Shepard, E.Bozell, B. Mansperger. J. Gottschling. J. Lowell. J. Lindstror, 
X. Paskins, E. Repicky. N. Offineer, G. Uhry, G. Taylor, A. Souden. 



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JR. PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF 

1st Rote, I. to r. — D. Disantis, F. Scbule, A. Lokar, S. Mardorf, ). Wohland, 

J. Woodruff, A, Browning. 
2nd Row — S. Balint, B. Tiefenbacb. C. Vanek. D. McZitga, P. Lynch, 

K. Shirilla. 
3rd Row— M. Reilly. M. Rini, N. Yeary. B. Hall. J. Perlioni. R. Bans. R. Ferro. 
4tb Row — /. Wolfenberg, B. Kirk, N. Zupancic, N. Seaman. C. Rouse, 

J. Archbold, C. Welling, G. Emerich, A. Sowden. 
5tb Rou — D. Kling, C. Janke, J. Blanc, D. Cameron, L. Weiss, V. Mennill, 

K. Smith, C. Kazar, J. Richman, C. Swackbammer. 



CAST 

Mrs. Abigail Abbott Janice Lindstrom 

Susan Abbott Jane I owell 

Mrs. Miller Estell Bozell 

Sylvia Nancy Offineer 

Bunny Claire Shepard 

Helen Mary Holf elder 

Carrie Alyce Sowden 

Clara Elaine Repicky 

Marge Gretchen Uhry 

Bobo John Gottschling 

Jack John Covert 

Howie Blase Skully 

Bill Richard Taylor 

Dean Gillingham Robert Mansperger 

Professor Michaels Tom Paskins 

PRODUCTION STAFF CHAIRMEN 

Manager of Ticket Sales Anne Browning 

Publicity Arlene Lokar 

Reservations.. Jeanne Wohland 

Properties Janet Woodruff 

Wardrobe Shirley Maradorf 

Bookholders (Dorothy Maczuga 

/ Edmund Komraus 

Sound Effects Richard Dostal 

Furniture Fred Schule 



Familiar to everyone who has ever attended a 
rehearsal is the substitution of chairs for furniture. 



play 





senior play 

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SENIOR PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF— Row I, left to right: P. Cooney, J. Stinson, 
A. Taratino. P. Wolf, D. Barry, K. Braidic, F. McPherson, N. Willson. 

Row 2, left to right: P. Rodgers, L. Wilhelm, M. Richter, J. Codling, V. Palsa 
C. Reilly, B. Vidusich, M. Paz, E. Creighton, A. Toward. 

Row 3, left to right: M. Hillier, P. Trebec, R. Nulick, C. Becvar, B. Bates, P. Alex- 
ander, S. Shields, P. Toth, D. Funk, M. Replogle, J. Hopp. 

Row 4, left to right: R. Tiffany, J. Carr, M. Patmore, B. Key, E. Beetham, A. Rath, 
S. Staples, B. Weist, C. Koppich, M. Jones, C. Crouse. 

Row 5, left to right: P. Wolff, D. Browning, J. Gulp, B. Eynon, B. Walsh, H. Welch, 
R. Timco, F. Kehn, L. Clayton, M. Stefanchik, B. Blinn, L. Thomas, H. Nagle. 



Sue Staples, Don Browning, and 
Pat Toth provided the wind, rain, 
and thunder offstage. 




PRODUCTION STAFF 
CHAIRMEN 

General Manager Don Browning 

Publicity Pat Cooney 

Properties Alice Tarantino 

Wardrobe Barbara Vidusich 

Sound Effects Sue Staples 

Reservations Pete Wolf 

Furniture ( Don Barry 

) Ken Braidic 

Tickets Judy Stinson 

I Mary Jane Hillier 

Bookholders •( Flora McPherson 

I Cornelia Crouse 



Page One hundred and four 




Marilyn Mathers, an aspiring amateur 
detective, uses a very unprofessional 
method in capturing the murderer, 
Ronald Goodrich. 



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CAST 

Patron Ronald Goodrich 

Arbuthnot Herman Sluga 

Joyce Rogers Kay Griffin 

Mame Phillips Jean Whiteside 

Constable Small Bill Uhl 

Belinda Pryde Marilyn Mathers 

Commodore Lucius Towser . . . Ralph Elrick 

Gail Russell Sue Town 

Alice Fisher Flora McPherson 

Mary Jane Hillier 

Dr. Russell Bill Libby 

Bill Phillips Ralph Weber 

Mr. Temple Wesley Wheaton 

Mary Temple Barbara Peterson 

Gilhooley Phil Clark 

Fred Porter Bob Eiber 



Left to right: P. Clark, B. Uhl, S. Town, B. Libby, 
W. Wheaton, B. Peterson, R. Weber, M. Hillier, F. McPher- 
son, R. Goodrich, M. Mathers, }. Whiteside, R. Elrick, 
K. Griffin, H. Sluga, B. Eiber. 




P^qe One hundred and five 



speakers 




1st Row, left to right — A. Sou/den, P. Wolf, S. Mardorf, R. Ferro. 
2nd Row— A. Lokar, ]. Lowell, R. Pae, J. Whiteside, S. Town. 

The speech team, coached by Leonard Robuck Wadsworth Individual Events 
had a full and profitable schedule this year. Tournament February 10 

Oberlin Debate Clinic .... October 10 District Finals.... .....February 23 and 24 

_ _ , _ . _ _ , Annual Kniehts of Columbus 

Stow Freshman Debate Tournament... December 2 Tournament March 10 

Massillon All Events Tournament January 20 State Finals April 6 and 7 

debate 




1st Row. left to right— P. Wolf. M. Mathers, J. Hopp, B. Libby. 
2nd Rou — R. Pae, S. Williams, P. Lefferts, B. For titer. 



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Without the co-operation of 
the faculty and student body, 
a yearbook would be a nearly 
impossible task because of the 
constant picture taking, solicit- 
ing and data gathering involved. 
Their patience and understand- 
ing made this book possible. 
Both the Euclidian Editorial and 
Business staffs are sincerely 
grateful. 




Pat Cooney and Sally Shields direct 
a meeting of the slogan committee. 

Who could forget posing for pic- 
tures in the boys' gym? 




, Row I, left to right: S. Town, M. Mathers. F. McPherson, Mr. Angene. 

Editorial Staff Row 2, left to right: A. Tarantino, A. Toward. A. Browning. N. Wallauz, M. Holly- 

field, M. Brown. J. Pegnoli. 
Row 3, left to right: D. Jameson, P. Toth, B. Key, M. Hale, A. Rath, S. Staples, 

G. Simmons, S. Shields. 
Row 4, left to right: P. Cooney. R. Pae, M. Kaplan, B. Libby. P. Trebec, G. Volney. 



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the euclidian 






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Business Staff 

Row 1, left to right: J. Richman, M. Watkins, R. Grill, J. Ivancic, Mr. Bennett. 
Row 2, left to right: N. Colbow, M. Paz, E, Creighton, D. Funk, C. Crouse, 

N. Jordan, D. Jameson, A. Tarantino, R. Stuber. 
Row 3, left to right: B. Vidusich, M. Replogle, P. Lynch, C. Becvar, G. Evans, 

L. Richardson, D. Waugh, C. Stark, S. Shields, R. Nulick, G. Uhry. 
Row 4, left to right: V. Brazil, Af. Hillier, J. Blanc, P. Cooney, B. Key, P. Alexander, 

S. Staples, J. Steffen, P. Miklus, N. Zupancic, E. Kalberer. 
Row 5. left to right: J. VanOsdale, B. Spinnler, W. Gallo. J. Caldwell, R. Weber, 

R. Strah, R. Elrick, B. Uhl, A. Cross, L. Thomas, W. Wheaton, M. Patmore. 





Mr. Angene and Mr. Bennett, the 
editorial and business advisors of the 
Euclidian confer on the budget. 



Marilyn Watkins "clinches" the sale 
of an ad to Ray Demshar. 

Editor Marilyn Mathers and associate 
editors Sue Town and Flora McPher- 
son look over the dummy. 



Page One hundred a' 




the survey staffs 



Row 1, left to right: Mr. Graham, J. Whiteside, M. Sugerman, Mr. Apple. 

Row 2, left to right: B. Case, B, Partner, A. Tararitino, R. Stuber, P. Toth, J. Sari, 

J. Pegnoli. 
Row 3 left to right: G. Evans, D. Jameson, A. Toward, L. Wilhelm, B. Jevnikar, 

T. Sterling, J. Diniioodie, Al. McClnre. 
Row 4, left to right: G. Volney, M. Crowther, M. Skiff, B. Kirk, J. Wolfenberg, 

S. Staples, E. Beetham, C. Welling, J. Hansen. 
Row 5, left to right: P. Trebec, P. Cooney, R. Ferro, C. Hartzell, F. DeVito, 

A. Vendeland. K. Smith. W. Wheaton. R. Grill, R. Elrick. 




Jean Whiteside, business manager of 
the Survey, along with many other 
members of the business staff, sold 
programs during the football and 
basketball seasons. 



Survey editor, Pete Wolf, checks the 
paper as it comes off the press. 



The Survey, Euclid High's bi-monthly newspaper, is published and printed 
by the student body under the editorship of Pete Wolf. The combination of 
hard work and originality which characterize this paper helped win an All 
American rating in the National Scholastic Press Association competition. 



Page One hundred and ten 



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the euclid high school band 



The Euclid Senior High Band had no sooner assembled in 
September than they found themselves outdoors again — this 
time it was work, not play as they drilled for marching band. 
From then on it was drill, drill, drill as they prepared a new 
routine for each home and away game. The grand finale, which 
had been planned for the last game of the season, was reluctantly 
forgotten as the rain failed to slacken by half-time. 

At the climax of the football season, rehearsal for the popular 
production. Concert in Swing, started and later much time was 
spent in preparing for the district and state contests. Many of 
the instrumentalists participated in the Greater Cleveland Music 
Contest at Cleveland Heights on March 30 and 31. The semi- 
classical concert was given by the band on May 18. At this 
concert the year's best section of the band was chosen by Mr. 
Harper, director, with the aid of Mr. Clark and Mr. Mitchell. 
Marching for Decoration Day was one of the last major activities 
of the band of 1951. 






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Ron 1. left to right: T. Raskins, R. Schafer, J. Carney, B. Vigh, B. Weist, E. Kal- 

berer, C. Welling. M. Libby, K. Smith. 
Row 2, left to right: D. Allar, J. Archbold. G. Emerich, C. Koppich, M. Crowther, 

H. Schlopp, E. Speed. B. Jevnikar, D. Mausperger, G. Risley, M. Broos. 

M. Deluga, A. Reed, T. Kimes, AT. Stefanchik. 
Row 3, left to right: D. Ross. D. Broz, J. Johnson. J. Hitddelstoim, B. Kirchner. 



Page One hundred and twelve 



band 



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AJr. Harper and his two assistants, Mr. Mitchell 
and Mr. Clark, were kept busy planning 
an original show each week for the march- 
ing band. 



This trombone trio was one of the many 
special features of the band's "Concert 
in Swing." 




H. Gabriel, A. Dauer, D. MacKay, G. Long, B. Bushong, D. Morse, J. Johnson, 
N. Simmons, J. Norsic, B. Egensberger, T. Conkel, J. Morton, D. Christie. 
M. Krecic, H. Hershey. 
Row 4, left to right: J. Petrofes. L. Woodford, N. Vixler, M. Weir, T. Sabbath. 
J. Kalin, F. Ham, Air. Harper, P. Richards, T. Costellano, J. Jackson, R. Lapinskas, 
B. Mansperger, H. Sleith, Mr. Clark, A. Browning, R. Francisco, R. Knapp. 



Page One hundred and thirteen 



the euclid high school choir 



Though it was tiring, not one member of the A Cappella 
Choir regretted that the performances for the personnel of Tapco, 
the radio audiences of WHK and WSRS, and the commuters in 
the Cleveland Terminal were all scheduled for the same day — 
December 21. 

On December 20 at the Christmas Concert, Miss Jan Tompkins' 
choir appeared for the firsr time in the new robes so generously 
given to them by the Euclid Kiwanis. 

Not to be outdone by the band, the choir members who partici- 
pated in the vocal contest on February 24 won their share of "firsts" 
and "seconds." 

The Spring Festival at Shaker Heights turned March 16 into 
a day full of fun, as members of the choirs of Lake Erie League 
c chools met to swim, dance, eat, and of course — sing. The day's 
events were climaxed by an evening choral program with the com- 
bined choirs singing four songs. 




Members of the A Cappella are: B. Bebnke, D. Colantino, B. Duzinski, J. Stokes, 
R. Timco, D. Van Scoder, W. Wheat on, D. De Genova. B. Dirk. F. Fabec, A. Fenske, 
A Cappela Choir M. Hollyfield, D. Miller, B. Monnett, P. Rogers. P. Trebec. F. Ham. H. Hershey, 
M. Makmau, M. Stefanchik, B. Carano, E. Creighton, C. Crouse, J. Dondrea, 
M. Geddes. M. Gulp, J. Jerabec, P. McNellan, V. Paha, R. Schmid, C. Schoenbeck, 
J. Stroup, C. Sieackhamer, R. Walensa, M. Watkins, Af. Zaletel, R. Mannion, 

A. Aitken, J. Coski, G. Glenn, C. Hopes, S. Johnson. K. Moschell. J. Pegnoli. 

B. Pollack. M. Replogle, A. Sowden, A. Toward, S. Town. S. Verbsky. 



Page One hundred and fourteen 





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Rou' i. /e// ^o right: E. Creigbton, C. Crouse, 

R. Shirk, S. Telisman. 
Row 2. left to right: A. Aitken, A. Toward, 

J. Bums, M. Replogle, P. Breen, G. Mc- 
Laughlin, 
Row 5, left to right: A. Fenske, R. Tiffany, 

M. Wat kins, R. Schmid, M. Makman, 

W. Wheaton. 
Roif 4. left to right: B. Behnke, P. Rogers, 

B. Dirk, D. Miller, D. DeGenova, P. Kuhik, 

S. Perry. 




Seated, left to right: B. Carano. W . Wheaton, 
B. Behnke, R. Schmid, P. Rogers, C. Bates. 

Standing, left to right: P. McNellen, M. Wat- 
kins, A. Fenske, S. Perry, L. Knezevich, 
A. Aitken, E. Creigbton. 







J. Bentley, M. Costello. J. Kantner, L. Knezevich, M. Miller, M. Paz, C. Peterson, 
Sophomore Choir S - Re P as y- c - VCatkins, S. Gardner, F. Jirovec, B. Kane, P. Kubik, R. Pae. D. Todd. 
*■ C. Bates, E. Beltz, J. Brew, A. Brown, J. Burns, S. Butcke, S. Caruso, C. Dynes, 

R, Friedel, M. Goers, E. Heinrich, K. lngraham, M. Jerkic, J. Kellam, G. Kihby, 
L. Margo, B. Matyazic, T, McKenzie, R. Shirk, S. Spangler, B. Stevens, E. Sutherland, 
S. Telisman, M. Skiff. 



Page One hundred and fifteen 



orchestra 




Row 1. left to right: D. Miller, R. Makman, B. Weist, E. Kalberer, H. Schlopp, 
R. Mansperger. 

Row 2, left to rights R. Lausche, M. Holf elder, D. Plesnicar, J. Johnson, D. Allar, 
J. Carney, M. Crowther, G. Stahre S, Carroll, 

Row 3, left to right: D. Mansperger, J. McDermott, H. Welch. D. Morse, J. John- 
son, P. Richards. 

Standing, left to right: R. Knapp, T. Costellano, Mr. Harper, F. Podnar, H. Sleith, 
J. Whiteside, G. Vhry. 



music masters 




The Music Masters, composed entirely of high school students, is an out- 
standing dance band, continually in demand for dances in Euclid and neighboring 
communities alike. One of their regular jobs is the Casbah, the youth canteen. 
Even though they are a professional band, they often play for school programs such 
as Gala Night and the Concert in Swing. 



Page One hundred and sixteen 



Band Board of Directors 



Choir Accompanists 





Seated, left to right: F. McPherson, C. Well- 
ing, G. Emerich, S. Verbsky. 

Standing, left to right: M. Stefanchik, K. Smith, 
J. Byrum, H. Welch, J. Johnson, T. 

Monacelli, 



Maynard Makman and Harry Hershey are the 
very capable accompanists of the choir. 
Together they have spent a total of 20 years 
playing for their own as well as the pub- 
lic's enjoyment. 



marching band 




At the conclusion of each performance on thefield, the Marching Band goes into one of its 
standard formations, a big, E, for the playingof the alma mater. 



Page One hundred and seventeen 



m 



usicians of note 




_ ££L 



Page One hundred and eighteen 



girl's leaders club 

Loose straight hair and pale faces can mean only one 
thing. Girls' Leaders Club is holding its annual initiation 
of members. 

All senior and junior girls are eligible to apply for mem- 
bership. The applicants, rated by three subject teachers 
on the basis of scholarship, leadership, initiative, dependa- 
bility, and athletic ability, are then screened by the 
present G.L.C. members. The final selection is made 
by Miss Gill, sponsor. 

The job of the leaders is to aid the physical education 
teachers by refereeing games, taking care of equipment 
and demonstrating proper techniques. Any girl desirous 
of entering the physical education field certainly gains 
valuable experience through membership in G.L.C. 

To earn a G.A.A. letter is one of the foremost desires 
of all Euclid girls. For three years each G.A.A. member 
strives to earn enough points for a letter and perhaps if 
she takes part in every possible athletic activity, she will 
reach her goal. Because of the difficulty in accumulating 
the required points, only a limited number of girls receive 
the award. 

Points may be earned not only through intramurals such 
as volleyball and baseball, and individual sports such as 
roller skating and bowling, but also by playing hockey as 

member of the only interscholasric sport for Euclid girls. 




Row 1. left to right: M, Wilier, J. McDermott, K. Krobme. Miss Gill. 

Row 2, left to right: A. Cook, J. Dondrea, J. Pegnoli, K. Sbirilla, F. McPherson, 

N. Moretti, E. Creighton. 
Row 3, left to right: M. Mathers, N. Wallauz, A. Mauser, S. Johnson, P. Nagy, 

B. Hall, M. Hale, D. Funk. 
Row 4, left to right: P. Toth, S. Mardorf, J. Wohland, J. Whiteside, R. Walensa, 

S. Town, A. Toward. 
Row 5, left to right: L. Richardson, K. Griffin, P. Cooney, A. Lokar, C. Stark, 

E. Kalberer. 



Page One hundred and twenty 



g. a. a. advisory board 




D^flOO^ 




Seated, left to right: C. Reilly, A. Manser, G. Volney, F. McPherson, A, Browning, 

A. Cook. 
Standing, left to right: A. Lokar, J. Vi'ohland, M. Reilly, M. Gray, D. Funk. 

R. Walensa, M. Hale, B. Hall. 



. I. c. in action 




Page One hundred and twenty-one 



seniors 




Row 1. left to right: A. Manser, F. McPberson., G. Volney, A. Browning, /Miss Gill. Roir 2, left to right: 
A. Cook, J. Codling, A. Toward, D. Auer, M. Crowther, M. Paz, D. Jameson. Row i, left to right: A. Tarantino, 
J. Langa, J. Pegnoli, M. Mathers, L. Wilhelm, E. Creighton, C. Crouse, M. Replogle. Row 4, left to right: 
N. Moretti, D. Funk, P. Toth, N. Jordan, N. Wallauz. M. Zatelel, N. Follis, M. Hollyfield, S. Shields. Row 5, 
left to right: R. Tiffany, J. Steffan, R. Nulick, S. Town. M. Hillier, J. McDermott, J. Whiteside. P. Cooney, 
C. Becvar, B. Key, B. Vidnsick. Row 6, left to right: C. Koppich. D. Milhelich, F. Kozloivski. K. Griffin, 
P. Alexander, J. Stronp, M. Gray, J. Meglan. P. Trebec, S. Staples, M. Patmore. 



juniors 




Row 1, left to right: A. Mauser, F. McPberson, G. Volney. A. Browning. Miss Gill. Row 2. left to right: 
S. Balint, J. Lnikart, R. Carabotta, J. Dondrea, R. Dugan, G. Uhry, J. Mapes. Row i, left to right: D, Kovach, 
L. Osberg, K. Shirilla, A. Chistoff, A. Melkerson, N. Yeary, P. Lynch, P. Hurley. Row 4. left to right: 
M. Rini, E. Bozell, G. Hocevar, N. Szabo. C. Hartzell, A. Simonic, B. Hall, P. Nagy, D. Clayton, J. Perilione. 
Row 5, left to right: C. Stuzen, M. Dowis, J. Ahey, E. Marchione, B. hanger, K. Krobme, M. Geddes. V. Brazil, 
J. Coski. D. Holzmer, C. Shepard. Roiv 6, left to right: G. Etnerich, C. Welling, J. Archbold. S. Mardorf, S. 
Johnson, P. Miller, A. Aitken, C. Janke. E. Kalberer, J. Lindstrom, J. Lowell, M. Hale. Row 7 left to right: 
L. Bruck, C. Stark, P. Nagy, D. Kling, N. Zupancic. R. Schmidt, M. Miskerich, T. Wohland, J. Aldred, R. Sill, 
R. Walensa, J. Woodruff, ]. Trommetter, C. Wiskes. 



soph 



omores 




Row 1, left to right: A. Mauser, F. McPherson, G. Volney, A. Browning, Miss Gill. Row 2, left to right: M. 
Zahler, B. Stevens, J. Eyiion. M. MiheUch, J. Bales, A. Balint, M. Coltvill, A. Miller, S. Friedman, A. Delinger. 
Row 3, left to right: G. Turk, S. Cart/so, L. Samsa, J. Meyers, G. Skrobat, C. Bernadine, P. Shrewsbury, S. 
Wettrick, R. Couk, K. Peck. Row 4, left to right: D. Button, R. Wilk, P. Sullivan, M. Sabec, N. Sieber, 

C. Cnlter, S. Irons, J. Burns, A. Kelso. G. Kibby. Row 5, left to right: B. Hazen. B. Guiffre, B. Jokela, J. Farry, 
J. Ewell, C. Gerhardstein. M. Skiff. S. Sladek, C. Scheer er, P. Considine, S. Beldin, M. Goers. Row 6, left to 
right: M. Hoffert, S. Spangler, J. Kotnik, M. Libby.R. Friedel, M. Muehl, L. Demeter, S. Kollar, C. Clam- 
pitt, C. Wagner. P. Arnold. O. Duval, P. Rady. Row 7. left to right: J. Huddlestone. K. Ingraham, V. Eisler, 
B. Glinsek, S. Pringle, B. Corrou, S. Carroll. C. Dynes. J. Bernier, D. Kotz, A. Lengel, P. Raney, J. Long, 

D. Thompson, M. Kline. 



cadetfes 




Row 1. left to right: B. Key, M. Replogle. G. Emerich. Row 2, left to right: C. Beadle, R. Schmid. B. Vidusich. 
]. Huddlestone, A. Kelso, C. Shepard, Mrs. Shepard. Row 3, left to right: J. Mapes, M. Mihelich, A. Melker- 
son, M. Geddes, S. Spangler, S. Magnusson. Row 4. left to right: L. Kemter, S. Carroll, C. Janke. C. Culter, 
G. Blanchfield, G. Evans, C. Kazar, S. Staples, E. Kubic. Row 5, left to right: D. Auer, N. Follis, B. Dahn. 
M. Koletic, B. hanger, A. Sou-den. Row 6. left to right: A. Browning. A. Aitken, J. Lindstrom, R. Friedel. 
J. Lowell, V. Crickon, M. Libby, J. Woodruff. 



girls' hockey team 




Row 1, left to right: F. McPherson, P. Toth, Captain: S. Johnson. 
Row 2, left to right: G. Uhry, A. Toward, P. Cooney, D. Holzmer, P. Trebec, 
A. Simonic, A. Lokar, A. Browning, B. Hall, K. Krohme, M. Paz, A. Cook. 



The swim cadettes assist Mrs. 
Kluder, the swimming teacher, in 
her tremendous task of teaching 
different swimming strokes to the 
girls. They study life-saving one 
period each week, and are con- 
stantly trying to improve their own 
swimming ability. 

A rigid skill test must be passed 
before any girl can be considered 
for membership. 




Here is a typical swimming class in Euclid High's beautiful pool. 



Page One hundred and twenty-four 




n r> / 



Boys Sports 



n 



Page One hundrec ar 



football 




Al DeSimone 
Bob Setron 



Al Cross 
Wes Wheaton 




and twenty-seven 




Row 1. left to right: A. Dorfeld, B. Behnke, L. Zupanic, R. Paine, 

R. Potokar, K. Redlin, C. Crawford, K. Anzells, L. Omerza. 
Row 2, left to right: N. Boston, T. Mason, R. Sweet, S. Intihar, 

T. Becbmer, ]. Ohnetnus, N. Simmons, D. Gretes, J. Nimmo, 

B. Schneider. 
Row 1, left to right: Mr. Calvert, C. Starman, A. DeSimone, A. Cross, 

B. Setron, S. Perry, F. Martin, W. Vl'heaton, L. Thomas, F. DeVito, 

F. Garafolo, Air. DiBiasio. 



With only 4 lettermen returning for the 1950 football squad, 
the outlook was far from bright to Coach Sparky DiBiaso and his 
assistants Clarence Eckert, Jim Calvert, and Bob Lewis. The team, 
however, not to be outdone by the 1949 squad, turned in a com- 
mendable performance of 5 wins and 3 losses. 

Showing a fighting spirit, Euclid sounded a challenge by rout- 
ing Ashtabula, her first opponent of the season as Ron Potokar 
took the ball 54 yards to the 3 yard line on the first play. Back 
home for the initial game in the new stadium, the Panthers met 
their first Lake Erie League opponents. Shaker Heights. Bob Setron 
threw 2 touchdown passes to Stan Intihar to defeat Shaker 13 to 12. 
Journeying to Shaw, the Panthers bowed to a spirited and powerful 
Cardinal team, thus suffering their first defeat of the season. The 
following week a scrappy Canton team pushed over a win when 
the "blue and gold" missed several scoring opportunities on long 
passes. Unleasing their power at Cuyahoga Falls, Ken Redlin, with 
much team aid, ran the opening kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown. 
Through a powerful ground and aerial attack, Euclid trounced 
Parma at our first Homecoming Game. The new stadium was 
formally dedicated, officially making us members of the Lake Erie 
League. To avenge last year's defeat, with 5 minutes to go and 
the score University 13, Euclid 0, Ronnie Potokar threw 2 touch- 
down passes to Stan Intihar and Stan placed 2 perfect kicks to win 
I the game. Rain, mud, cold — and Toledo's big men dropped Euclid 
[to close the Panther's 1950 football season. 



Page One hundred and twBiM-eight 




football 



Faculty Athletic 
Manager Retires 

The familiar figure of Mr. Harry 
Spangler will be missing from rhe 
athletic scene next year. At the termi- 
nation of the 1951 season, his retire- 
ment from the position of faculty 
athletic manager became effective. For 
years he had been athletic director at 
Shore and was the logical choice for 
faculty athletic manager at Euclid 
High. To assist him in the sale of 
tickets and the managing of games, 
Ad Club was organized. Few people 
realize the time required in establish- 
ing and maintaining the efficient, 
co-ordinated working system that Mr. 
Spangler created in the Ad Club. 

Giving up his job as faculty athletic 
manager does not mean leaving Euclid 
High, for Mr. Spangler will continue 
his teaching duties here. Mr. Anthony 
Vaccariello, who was a coach at Shore 
and who has always been interested 
in high school athletics, has been 
appointed to succeed Mr. Spangler. 



SEASON'S RECORD 
Opponents Euclid 

6 Ashtabula 20 

12 Shaker Heights 13 

34 Shaw 6 

14 Canton Lehman .... 7 

14 Cuyahoga Falls 18 

6 Parma 46 

13 University 14 

25 Toledo DeVilbiss ... 12 



Page One hundred and twen+y-nine 



basketbal 



<4P' 




Ed. Ebel 
Dennis DiCenzo 
Tony Bechemer 



Page 



idred and thirty 



season s reco 


Ours 




Their 


43 


Lorain 


4^ 


57 


Ashland 


68 


51 


Akron Garfield .... 


55 


62 


Shaw 


41 


51 


Cleveland Hts 


65 


43 


Lakewood 


51 


49 


Shaker Hts 


. 34 


67 


University 


36 


69 


Elyria 


■it 


55 


Canton Lehman 


54 


43 


Garfield Hts 


=>3 


41 


Cleveland Hts 


54 


49 


Alumni '. 


. . .38 


54 


Lorain 


56 


61 


Lakewood 


57 


52 


Elyria 


70 


62 


Warren 


34 


64 


Shaker Hts 


48 


45 


Shaw 

District Tournament 


40 


67 


Willoughby 


?.7 


52 


Cathedral Latin .... 


50 


49 


Cleveland Hts 


. .48 


39 


Collinwood 

Kent Regional 


. . . 33 


38 


Barberton 


5^ 




Page One hundred a 



y-one 



varsity basketba 




Row I, left to right: S. Intihar, E. Hoffert, F. Kebn, D. Mabne, E. Ebel, N. Boston. 

Row 2, left to right: T. Bechemer, D. Paugb, K. Smith, L. Woodford, F. DeVito, D. Kollar. 

Mr. Calvert. 
Row 3, left to right: B. Messersmitb, T. Mason, E. Crooks, J. Nimmo, D. DiCenzo, E. Finnegan. 

Though the Panthers ended in a third place tie with Elyria in their first year in the 
Lake Erie League, the Calvertman gave all the league schools very keen competition. 
The hoopsters won 7 of their scheduled league games and 4 of the 7 independent games 
having a total of 1 1 wins and 8 losses for the regular season. 

Euclid, however, did not show its real spirit and speed until the tournament. In their 
first tourney game they trounced Willoughby 67 to 27. Cathedral Latin was the next 
victim to fall into the Panther's clutches, losing by 
the score of 52 to 50. Then as the underdog, having 
been overpowered in two league games by Cleveland 
Heights, the Panthers played a magnificent game to 
edge out the Tigers 49 to 48 in an overtime period to 
remain one of the sixteen teams bidding for the state 
championship. Sailing was a little easier in the next 
;., | and final district tourney game. Euclid defeated the 

I ^m BHS^^^ ^H neighboring Collinwood Railroaders 39 to 33 to win 

' the district championship. Each player on the cham- 
pionship team received a medal while a trophy was 
presented to the school. Don Kollar, voted most 
valuable player of the tournament by all the tourney 
coaches, was awarded the Ford Case Trophy. 

A week later Euclid traveled to Kent for the Re- 
gional Tournament. Though their opponent, the 
Barberton Magics, was a strong favorite, the Panthers 
held their own the first half, but with the loss of 
Stan Intihar in the second half, Euclid lost control of 
the backboard and the game. The final score was 55 



Captain Frank Kehn and Coach 
Calvert discuss team strategy. 




Page One hundred and thirty-two 



junior varsity basketball 



The Junior Varsity Basketball team of 
Euclid were the champions of the Junior 
Lake Erie League in their first year of 
competition. Winning fifteen straight 
games and losing only one game of 
eighteen shows the ability and spirit of 
the boys. The team averaged fifty-five 
points per game while their opponents 
averaged thirty-four points. 



season's record 

Euclid 64 Ashland 57 

Euclid 45 Lorain 35 

Euclid 49 Akron 5 1 

Euclid 61 Shaw 42 

Euclid 45 Cleve. Heights 28 

Euclid 53 Lakewood 36 

Euclid 64 Shaker Heights 34 

Euclid 54 University 30 

Euclid 67 Elyria 36 

Euclid 63 Canton Lehman 21 




Mr, Calvert head basketball coach, as well 
as the entire team and student body, was 
very proud of Don Kollar, voted the most 
valuable player of the tournament, by the 
tourney coaches. 

Euclid 56 Garfield Heights 26 

Euclid 63 Cleve. Heights 32 

Euclid 57 Lorain 46 

Euclid 52 Lakewood 32 

Euclid 28 Elyria 20 

Euclid 56 Warren 28 

Euclid 48 Shaker Heights 35 

Euclid 73 Shaw 47 




Row 1, left to right: K. Brockman, K, Sims, E. Hinkle, V. Cappella, R. Joranko, Mr. DiBiasio. 

Mr. Supance. 
Row 2, left to right: M. Cooper, D. Vicic, K. Anzells. F. Nimmo, B. Cole, B. Ebel, F. Phillips. 
Row 3, left to right: F. Cleveuger, J. Pascal, B. Morgan, P. Borovic, D. Vencil, W. Corta. 
Row 4, left to right: E. Cregle, D. Dnlskis, M. Bann, J. Salesman, B. Sanders, V. Mennill. 



Page One hundred and thirty-three 



runner-up in the state 




T. Gietano 
D. Huertel 



M. McDermott 

J. Malack 



B. Vigb 
R. Carson 



E. Paz 

B. Nobbe 



J. Silverman 
W. Wheaton 



F. Garafolo 
D. Zgonc 



wrestling 





Larry Thomas, Don Barry, and Fred Martin are the only 
three seniors leaving the first squad of the wrestling team 
this year. 

Wrestling Record 

Opponent Euclid 

8 Western Reserve Academy 27 

18 Shaker Heights 21 

20 John Marshall 18 

14 West Tech 18 

7 John Hay 25 

Benedictine 38 

12 University 24 

14 Lakewood 16 

15 John Adams 20 

20 West High 14 

13 Garfield Heights 24 




Row 1, left to right: Al. Paz, M. Tench, T. Gietano, G. Mlachak. 

Row 2, left to right; Mr. Eckert, D. Barry, B. Vigh, B. Nobbe, F. Martin, D. Brennan. 

Row 3, left to right: L. Thomas, B. Gilmore, W. Wheaton, J. Huertel, R. Phillips, 

D. Zgonic. 
Row 4, left to right: J. Silverman, J. Bernstein, R. McDermott, R. Carson, 

F. Garafalo. 



boy's leaders 




Row 1, left to right: C. hays, Mr. Swackhammer, R. Potokar. Row 2, left to right: T. Gietano, W. Wheat on, 
A. DiSomone, E. Hinkel, G. Shepard, R. Alesserssmith. Rotr 3, left to right: R. Joranko, L. Thomas, J. Cald- 
well, E. Hoffert, B. Behnke, K. Whitlow. Row 4, left to right: J. Guip, K. Redlin, J. Byritm, R. Paine, T. Kerr, 
C. Hofman. Ron' 5, left to right: D. Barry, A. Cross, B. Nobbe, D. Kollar, T. Bechemer, H. 
Welch, M. Sugerman. 



golf team 




Row 1, left to right: B. Myers, M. Racecic, G. Byrne. 
Row 2, left to right: D. DiCenzo, J. Penkala, Mr 
B. Kappelle. 



Blackburn, L. Zt/ panic. 



swimming 



lead 



ers 




Row I, left to right: C. Hanks. R. Newman, C. Laubler. J. Caldwell. 

Ron 2, left to right: J. Taigo. W. Nido. R. Eiber, R. Akos. J. Vaughn. J. Sail. 

Row 3, left to right: R. Sweet, T. Carney, F. Clevenger, ]. Turner, D. Greve, 

J. Byrnm, E. Ebel, D. Browning, D. Visic. 
Row 4. left to right: C. Starman, A. Cross, M. Sugerman. G. Shepard, W. Wheaton, 

J. Atwood, C. Stapp. 



tennis team 




Row 1, left to right: S. Gardner, A. Doner. D. Austin, D. Smith. 

Row 2, left to right: Mr. Troglia. B. Kane, D. Makman, A. Reed, F. Delaney. 



Page One hundred and thirty -seven 



swimming team 





h^^ 




Row 1, left to right: D. Browning, J. Byritm, B. Heeter, A. Cross. 

Row 2, left to right: D, Winters, B. Horner, F. Scbule, R, Scbmelzer, D. Newman, D. Nagode, 

G. Gnndling. 
Roiv 1, left to right: Mr. Gramm, J. Craig, M. Krecic, F. Miller, D. Whiteside, F. Kidd, 

F. Molnar. 




Dick Newman, John Byr/im and Don Whiteside rest on the edge of the pool after practice. 
John Byrum, dash man, comes out of the pool after a practice swim. 



Page One hundred and thirty-eight 



track team 




r-^ 4«J - 1 $ -<§i <&<$ ^ L j£ 

•• ^ ^ &% • «p ^ $1$ ^ ^.* ^5S^ 

r * % *# 4* % ^ # H <fcfe 




/Jow 1, left to right: P. Clark, P. Bremser, C. Vidic, A. Omerza, J. Thompson, L. Braund, 
G. Kostelic, B. Horner, H. Moses, J. Silverman. 

Row 2, left to right: B. Blinn, B. Schudel, K. Sandstrom, J. Wilse, T. Bechemer, K. Eells, 
T. Porter, J. Brennan, T. Mason. 

Row 3, left to right: B. Behnke, K. Krause, M. Sugerman, S. Szemenyei, J. Coski, N. Sim- 
mons, A. DeSimone, R. Strohm. J. Wright, B. Liptak. 

Row 4, left to right: D. Besemer, J. Fisher, P. Marchione, F. Brancely, R. Kidd, ]. Gulp, 
M. D'Arcy, F. Martin. 



The first event in which the Euclid 
cinderman, coached by Clarence Swackhamer 
and Ira Stubbart, took part was the Arena 
Meet on March 31. Competing in Class B 
at the indoor meet, Tony Bechemer cap- 
tured a first place in the high jump and 
Ralph Strohm took a second in the shot put. 

Captained by Jim Wright and Harold 
Moses, the Panthers copped a second in their 
first triangular meet collecting a total of 
46 1 2 points to Adams' 38 and Akron South's 
523/9 points. The rain, mud, and cold, as 
well as the Lakewood pace proved to be too 
great for Euclid, for at the next meet, the 



Panthers suffered a IQVl-^lVi defeat. At 
the West Tech Relays Ralph Strohm, Tom 
Cousineau, and Al Omerza took a first place 
to win the shot-put trophy. The Cleveland 
Heights Tigers outwore the Euclid Panthers 
by a score of 63 to 55 at a very close meet. 
The thinclads next traveled to the East Tech 
Relays where Tony Bechemer won a first 
place in the high jump. The Panthers came 
back to defeat the Lorain Steelman 69% to 
48 V3 at the first meet on the new Euclid 
track. At the District Meet, held at East 
Tech, Tony Bechemer qualified for the state 
meet by tieing for third place in the 
high jump. 



Page One hundred and thirty-nine 



baseball tea 



m 







icotr J, left to right: G. Blanch field, T. Srpan, F. Baldassarre, B. Dirk, B. Strathern, T. Kimes, 

B. Silvola, K. Redlin, F. Podnar. 
Row 2, left to right: R. Chirella, B. Whitcomb, K. Braidic, R. Staley, ]. Omerza, E. Modic, 

J. Alaburda, R, Kosteinchek, E. Ebel. 
Row }, left to right: D. Berichon, V. Carney, ]. Frazier, J. Paolo, M. Predovic, C. Schultz, 

B. Burkholder, T. Monacelli. 



Theirs 
J2 

4 

9 
8 

5 
2 
5 



BASEBALL RECORD 

Ours 

Willoughby 4 

Willoughby 2 

Cleveland Heights 2 

Lorain 3 

Painesville Harvey 7 

Shaw 3 

Garfield Heights 3 

Garfield Heights 9 

Shaker Heights 6 

Brush 10 

University .... 5 

Lorain 7 

Painesville 11 

Shaker 4 




Dennis Rinaldi, captain of the 1950 baseball 
team, wishes Ed Ebel, captain for the '51 sea- 
son lots of luck. 



je One hundred and forty 



"Happy Days of 
Youthful Pleasure" 




Uernie f ai5a 

her attendants 
Dorothy Funk 

and 
Jean Fertig 




HI 





f^atricia ^Joth 

her attendants 
Carol Becvar 

and 
Patricia Maher 



social life 



A Touchdown 

"A touchdown, a touchdown " 

cheered the spectators and the team did 
their best to oblige. The crowd went wild 
as our boys smashed through their oppo- 
nents line to make a sizeable gain. 



Dedication 

Mr. Russell Erwine, Mr. Ike Driver, Mr. 
Richard Keay, Mr. Russell Glass, and 
Mr. Clifford Owens were all on hand 
on October 20 to dedicate our new 
$32,000 stadium. The new stadium with 
a seating capacity of 3,000 was an addi- 
tion much appreciated by both the 
Euclid and visiting fans. 



Majorettes 

Euclid High's majorettes are some of the 
hardest working girls in the school, 
but they receive very little credit for 
their efforts. Under the direction of Mr. 
Mitchell, they practice from eight o'clock 
to nine-thirty every morning of the 
football season, learning new routines 
each week. 



The Parma Band 

Modern schools, beautiful homes, and 
diversified industry as well as the growth 
of Euclid from 1880 to 1950 were the 
things saluted by the Parma Marching 
Band at the dedication of the new stadium. 





social life 

Homecoming Queens 

October 6 was the date of Euclid's first 
Homecoming Game. Two girls from each 
class were chosen to sell tickets for the 
game. Dorothy Funk and Pat Toth tied 
in ticket sales to become twin queens 
while their attendants were Rosie Man- 
nion, Margie Hale, Joan Clayton, and 
Joyce Long. 



Scoreboard 

46 to 6 was the final score of the Parma- 
Euclid game. The scoreboard, very gen- 
erously given by the Board of Education, 
is located at the north end of the foot- 
ball field. 



Junior Class Party 

The junior class convened on the evening 
of October 23 to brew magic potions and 
work other mystic feats. A spell of mer- 
riment and gaiety was cast over the 
entire crowd, and they found themselves 
compelled to dance and laugh until ten 
o'clock when the spell was suddenly 
broken leaving only nostalgic memories. 



Presentation of Car 

Mr. Powers of Euclid Ford presented John 
Supance, our driving instructor, with a 
new dual control Ford. The car was 
immediately put to good use as evidenced 
by the insert in the upper left corner. 
The victim could not be identified but 
it is believed that it was the "Little Old 
Lady" so often referred to by Mr. Supance. 



social life 



Key Club 

The Key Club, a junior branch of the 
Kiwanis Club, meets every Thursday night 
at the school. Members are chosen by the 
club and approved by Mr. Owens. Key 
Club sponsors various money-making 
activities and has a yearly service project 
to benefit the school. 



Sophomore Class Party 

On October 31 the sophomore class spon- 
sored a Halloween Party. Dick Sodja's 
band furnished the music for dancing and 
free refreshments were served to all. Dur- 
ing the band's intermission everyone 
gathered around the piano to sing 
and play. 



Cheerleaders 

Rated tops by all Euclidites was our 
cheerleading squad composed of Pat 
Maher, Babs Peterson, Vernie Palsa, Joan 
Dondera, Rosie Valencic, and Rita Dugan. 
Whether rain or shine, the girls were on 
hand to cheer our boys on to victory. 



Co-op Party 

The co-ops, because they attend school 
only in the morning and work all after- 
noon, miss many of the school's social 
functions. To compensate for this they 
had a special party at Mr. Smith's home. 





social life 

The Gym 

An eye-catching display was created by 
posting paper letters at the top of the 
column of windows on the west side of 
the gym. When the lights were on and 
the letters shown brightly we knew 
another big game was being played. 



Senior Class Party 

Dancing, including a polka contest, was 
the main entertainment at the Senior Class 
Party on October 16. The class officers, 
dancing in the foreground, were elected 
in late September by the entire class. 



N.H.S. Initiation 

Mary Jo Replogle congratulates Tom 
Sterling after the National Honor Society 
assembly while the other newly initiated 
members wait to have their pictures 
taken. 



Chesshires 

Getting senior pictures taken at Ches- 
shires involved what often seemed like 
endless waiting. Dave Powell's camera 
caught a group of our srudents waiting, 
as usual, to pose for the silhouettes which 
introduce the various sections of the 
Euclidian. 



social life 



Christmas Time 

A beautifully trimmed tree was a part of 
the school's Christmas decoration. The 
photographer caught Alice Melkerson and 
Joe Sullivan as they were putting the 
finishing touches on the Student Council 
tree in the main corridor. 




Santa Claus 

Mr. Baumer, dean of boys, inspects the 
Christmas decorations in the cafeteria 
made by the Y-Teen Club for the Hi-Y 
Friendship Christmas Formal and finds 
Santa to be in very good condition. 



Senior Day 

In the "Senior Day" assembly the mid- 
year graduating class took advantage 
of their last opportunity to "show-off" 
their talents before their former class- 
mates. Jack Frazier sings as he strums on 
his guitar. In addition to the entertain- 
ment senior awards were presented to 
Euclid's third graduating class. 




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social life 



The Pirate Dance 

The Business Staff of the Euclidian pre- 
sented the Pirate Dance on February 23 
to help finance our yearbook. Pirates, 
skeletons and a treasure chest adorned the 
cafeteria while students danced to the 
music of Ronnie Son and the Musical 
Troubadors. 



The Brush Recorder 

A Brush Tape Recorder was included in 
the long list of purchases made by the 
Student Council during the year. Any 
student or teacher in the school has the 
privilege of using the $2 50.00 recorder. 



The Popcorn Machine 

"Between ninth and the closing of school, 
when the appetite is beginning to grow, 
comes a lull in the day's activities that 
is known as the popcorn hour." The 
enticing odors from the council's new 
$950.00 Manley Popcorn Machine lure 
hundreds of students to the gym cor- 
ridor nightly. 




// after day be dark and drear 
And storms of life draw nigh, 
The memories of our friendships here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 



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THE 


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