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PRESENTED BY 




Richard R. Keay 



EUCLID PUBLIC LIBRARY 



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Engravings by Cleveland Engraving 
Printing by Edward T. Samuel 
Binding and Cover by Mueller 
Photography by Raimor Studios 





1952 




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Euclidian 




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Editor Arlene Lokar 

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Associate Editor* \ , ¥ „ ., ° 

| Jane Lowell 

Business Managers L. u . -, ,, ' 

(Naomi Colbow 




Presented by 



THE STUDENTS 



of 



Euclid Senior High School 



711 EAST 222nd STREET 
EUCLID 23, OHIO 



Dedication 



♦ ♦ ♦ 




This yearbook is dedicated to a group of students who 
has shared in the infancy of E.H.S., the EUCLIDIAN, and 
the traditions of our Alma Mater — the June graduating 
class of 1952. 

The class, distinguishing itself by its outstanding deeds 
and members, will live forever in the annals of Euclid 
history as a symbol of all the classes that have been and 
ever are to be. For this class, the first of the perpetual 
stream which will acquire three years of lore, happiness, 
and maturity in the halls of Euclid, stands on the thres- 
hold of the future preparing to open the door of destiny. 

We, the EUCLIDIAN staff of 1952, take pride in 
dedicating this pictorial and written record of their last 
year in high school to these graduates. 



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EUCLID PUBLIC LIBRARY 

Alma Mater 

IftOu 05- 5 2907 

AUG 13 1965 

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



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



Lawrence Beck 
Lester Angene 



Contents ♦ ♦ ♦ 



Our Faculty Page 7- 16 

Class of 1952 Page 17- 50 

Class of 1953 Page 51- 64 

Class of 1954 .. ...Page 65- 74 

Our Curriculum __ . . Page 75- 86 

Our Music Page 87- 94 

Our Publications Page 95-100 

Our Dramatics .... _...Page 101-106 

Our Activities Page 107-128 

Girls' Athletics Page 129-134 

Boys' Athletics Page 135-152 

Our Social Life Page 153-162 

Our Advertisers Page 163-188 





Faculty.. 



"Fasten your ear on my adiisings." . . 
— Shakespeare 




RUSSELL H. ERWINE 

Superintendent 

This Yearbook closes the undergraduate rec- 
ord of another splendid class. Yours has been 
the privilege of being the first class to spend 
three full years in our new high school building. 
We sincerely hope you have profited not only 
in the acquisition of knowledge, but in the 
development of high character and a whole- 
some attitude toward life. 

Your graduation comes at a critical time in 
the history of your country. Not only is it mili- 
tary, but its moral and spiritual integrity being 
tested severely. In this hour of crisis I have 
confidence that you will do your part to bring 
your country back to a true appreciation of 
discipline and self-control. This is your oppor- 
tunity. 

RUSSELL H. ERWINE, Superintendent 



Board of Education . ♦ ♦ 



Row 1, left to right — Mr. Loyal E. Luikart, Vice-President; Mr. Russell Glass, President; Mr. 
Russell Erwine, Superintendent, Mr. John F. Davis. Row 2 — Mr. Stewart A. Cox, Clerk-Treasurer; 
Mr. Frank B. Mills, Business Manager; Mr. C. E. Bowman, Mr. Ray J. Turk. 




Page8 



CLIFFORD G. OWENS 

Principal 

For the Euclidian, 1951-52: 

It has been said many times and by many 
people that your school days are your happiest 
days. I personally hope that you will have many 
pleasant memories of your school days as the 
years come and go. This yearbook will help 
you to relive your school experiences when you 
are many years removed from them. Within 
the pages of this volume, in picture and prose, 
are the highlights of another enjoyable school 
year. 

Congratulations to all who have had a part 
in the preparation of this excellent production. 
The realization of a job well done is reward for 
your efforts. 

CLIFFORD G. OWENS, Principal 








WALTER SCHWEGLER 

Vice-Principal 

Character and good health are outstanding 
assets in building a good life. These should be 
accompanied by strong friendships that have 
been built up during your school years. These 
friendships are the most lasting for they have 
been tested over and over again. 

This yearbook is a record of friendship. In- 
teresting as it is now, it will become increas- 
ingly more valuable with passing years. 

May you always be as proud of your school 
in the future as you have been during your 
student days. Euclid Senior High will have 
reason to b? proud of you who will be num- 
bered among her many successful graduares. 

WALTER SCHWEGLER, 

Vice-Principal 



Page 9 





MRS. HARRIET SHEATS 
Dean of Girls 



MR. MERYL BAUMER 
Dean of Boys 



fS O. 




LUCILLE AINGWORTH 

English 
B.A. Western Reserve Uti 

versify 
M.A. Columbia University 



PETER BADHAM 

World History, Business 

Teachers Certificate, Wey- 
mouth College, England 



LILLIAN BARROW 

Commercial 
M.S. Muskingum College 
M.A. University of Pittsburgh 



LESTER ANGENE 

Chairman of English De- 
partment, English, Psy- 
chology 

A.B. Heidelberg College 
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 



PAULINE BERG 

English 
B.S. Kent State University 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 



Page 10 




HAROLD BLACKBURN 

English 
A.B. Otterbein College 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 



JEAN BOWDITCH 

School Librarian 
A.B. Western Liberty State 

Teachers' College 
B.S. in L.S. Western Reserve 

University 



JAMES CALVERT 
Physical Education, 
Science 

B.A. North Central College 
M.A. Ohio State University 
Western Reserve University 



CLEMENS BLAUCH 
Social Studies 

B.S. Kent State University 
M.A. Ohio State University 
University of Akron 



ADRIAN BUERGER 

Mathematics 
B.S. University of Dayton 
E.E. Ohio State University 



PERA CAMPBELL 
English 

B.A. Defiance College 
M.A. Ohio State University 
University of Wisconsin 



FORD CASE 

Industrial Arts 
B.S. Ohio University 
M.S. University of Wisconsir 



SPARTOCO DiBIASIO 
Physical Education, 
Science, Psychology 
B.A. Oberlin College 
M.A. Columbia University 
Western Reserve University 



A. C. GALICKI 

Industrial Arts 
B.S. Ohio University 



LOUISE DARST 

Chairman of Commercial 
Department 
B.A. Oberlin College 
M.A. New York University 



CLARENCE ECKERT 
Industrial Arts 

B.S. Kent State University 
M.A. Kent State University 



JAMES GEBHART 
Chairman of Science 
Department 

B.S. Heidelberg College 
M.S. Ohio State University 
Western Reserve University 
Wisconsin University 
Toledo University 




Page 1 1 



DOROTHY GILL 

Chairman of Girls' Physi- 
cal Education Depart- 
ment 
B.A. Ohio State University 



MYRON I. GORDON 

Journalism. English 
B.A. Western Reserve Ur 
versity 



JOSEPH GRAM 

Physical Education, 
Swimming 
B.A. Ohio State University 



WILMA GILLMAN 

Social Studies, Languages, 
Business 
A.B. Heidelberg College 
Western Reserve University 



BRUCE GRAHAM 
Social Studies 

B.A. University of Akron 
M.A. Ohio State University 
Western Reserve University 



DALE HARPER 

Chairman of Music De- 
partment, Instrumental 
Music, Music Theory 

B.S. Cincinnati Conservatory 
of Music 

M.S. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 

Universiry of Cincinnati 

University of Akron 





LEON HEINLEIN 

Science, Mathematics 
B.S. Ohio University 
M.E. Ohio University 



MARION HODDICK 

Chairman of Home Arts 
Department 

M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 

B.S. Ohio State University 



RICHARD KEAY 
Science 

A.B. Miami University 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 
Kent State University 
Ohio University 



MARGARETTE P. 
HEINTZ 

English, Languages, 
Business 

B.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 



FRED JOHNS 

Mathematics 
B.S. Western Reserve 

versity 
M.A. Western Reserve 



Uni- 
Uni- 



JANE LAIS 

Physical Education, 
Business 

B.S. Kent State University 



Page 1 ' 




EDITH LEMON 

Home Arts 
B.S. Northwestern College 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni 

versity 



JOSEPH MAYER 
Science 

B.S. Baldwin-Wallace College 



JUNE MUELLER 
Home Arts 

B.S. Western Reserve 
versity 



NEIL MacKEIGAN 

Chairman of Language 
Department, Languages, 
English 
B.A. Allegheny College 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 
Western Reserve University 



EDMUND MIZE 

Commercial 

B.S. Ohio State University 



NEAL NELSON 

History 
B.A. Kent State University 



JUNE PHYPERS 
Commercial 

B.A. Denison University 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 
Radcliffe College 
New York University 
Middlebury College 



NICHOLAS PRICE 
Industrial Arts 

B.S. Ohio State University 



LEONARD ROBUCK 

Speech, English, 
Dramatics 

B.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 

M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 



JOHN POHTO 

Industrial Arts 
B.S. Ohio State University 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni 

versiry 



JOHN REEVES 

Commercial 
B.S. Kent State University 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 



HARRY SPANGLER 

Science 
A.B. Heidelberg College 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni 

versity 




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DELMAR V. SMITH 

Chairman of Commercial 

Co-op Department 
Commercial 

A.B. Ohio Northern Univers- 
ity 

M.A. Columbia University 



ROBERT STEELE 

English 
B.A. Ohio Wesleyan Univers- 



I. M. STUBBART 

Mathematics 
BA. University of Iowa 
Cleveland Teachers' College 



HELEN STEWART 
Social Studies 

B.S. Kent State University 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni 

versity 
Ohio State University 
University of Zurich 



JOHN SUPANCE 

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





CLARENCE 
SWACKHAMER 

Chairman of Boys' Physi- 
cal Education Depart- 
ment 
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 
versity 



NORMAN THOMPSON 

Science 

B.S. Kent State University 
Western Reserve University 



ANTHONY V. 
VACCARIELLO 

English, Languages 

B.S. Miami University 

M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 



FRED VOLLMAN 

Chairman of Arts and In- 
dustrial Arts Depart- 
ment 
B.S. Cleveland Institute of Art 
Western Reserve University 
B.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 
Lincoln School of Welding 



Page 1 4 




STANLEY WHITESIDE 
Chairman of Social 
Studies Department 
B.A. Ohio State University 
Wisconsin University 



MARY WOLVERTON 
Physical Education, 
Swimming 
B.S. Ohio State University 
M.A. University of Colorado 



BEULA WILSON 

Chairman of Mathematics 
Department 

BA. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 

MA. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity 

University of Southern Cali- 
fornia 




MRS. M. L. RHONEMUS 
Dietician 



BARBARA VIDUSICH 
Switchboard Operator 




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DOLORES FONDRAN 

Office Secretary 



WINIFRED WILLIS 

Office Secretary 




DOROTHY BIEBERLE 

School Nurse 

DR. M. L. MAR I IN 
School Physician 



GEORGE BREWSTER 

Custodian 



Page 16 





Seniors 



"Parting is such sweet sorrow." . . 
— Shakespeare 




Class Officers 



SENIOR A OFFICERS 

President — Jerome Silverman 

Vice-President Earl Price 

Secretary — Donald Alston 

Treasurer Estell Bozell 



SENIOR B OFFICERS 

President _. ._ Kent Smith 

.,.„., \ Arlene Lokar 

Vice President i i ■ /~v u 

/ Lois Osberg 

Secretary __ Gale Emerich 

Treasurer _. .. Margaret Hale 




Page 18 



Class of '52 




ALSTON, DONALD 

Tennis, Anyone? 
"Don" — Sr. Class Sec'y; Ten- 
nis 4, Captain 4; Chess Club 
3, 4, Pres. 4. 



BOSCO, JEAN CAROL 

So Dear To Our Hearts 
Entered from Bedford in 

Sophomore Year 
"Jean" — Jr. Class Pres.; 
Friendship 1,3; Jr. Play Prod., 
staff; Movie Club 2, 3; Wood- 
work for Girls Club 2; Danc- 
ing Club 2; Singing for Fun 
Club 3; Charm Club 4; Choir 
1; Homecoming Attendant 1. 



CHRISTOFF, ANNE 
Ever True, Ever More 

Entered from John Adams in 

Sophomore Year 
"Christy" — Soph. Class Treas.; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Prom Comm. 3; Needle- 
work Club 2; Canasta Club 3; 
Sr. Cabinet. 



D'ARCY, JAMES 

There Comes a Time in 
Everyone's Life 
"Jim" — Jr. Sports Club 1; 
Pinochle Club 2; Canasta Club 
3; Ping Pong Club 4. 



EIGHMY, NORMAN 

Give Me Five Minutes 
More 
"Norm" — Stage Crew 4; Chess 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



BICKLEY, IDA 

Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider 
"Ida" — Choir 1; Modern 
Dance Club 3; Singing for 
Fun Club 4; Charm Club 4; 
Sports and Games 1; Knittina 
Club 2. 



BOZELL, ESTELL 

Sugar and Spice and Ever 
So Nice 
"Boz" — Student Council 3; 
Soph. Class Pres., Sr. Class 
Treas.; Friendship 2, 3; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Jr. Play Cast; Prom 
Comm. 3; Movie Club 3; 
Needlework Club 2; Canasta 
Club 2; Charm Club 4. 



COURTOT, KATHLEEN 

Such and So Varied Are 
the Tastes of Women 
"Kathy" — Friendship 1; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 4; Bridge Club 
2; Canasta Club 3; Whittling 
Club 4; Prom Comm. 3; 
Dance for Fun 1; Woodwork- 
ers 1; Modern Dance 2. 



DEELY, CAROL LOUISE 
When I Grow Too Old 
To Dream 
"Babe" — Red Cross Club 3; 
Charm Club 4. 



ELLIOTT, RONALD 

Always Leave 'Em Laugh- 
ing 

"Ralphie"— Hi-Y 3, 4; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff 4; Football 1, 
2; Track 2, 3; Choir 3, 4; 
Ping Pong Club 4. 



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GILMORE. ROBERT W. 
Oh Mary Mine! 

Bob" — Dancing Club 2; Ca 
asta Club 3; Sr. Cabinet. 



MURRAY, AUSTIN 
Turkey in the Straw 

"Austin" — Student Council 
Bookstore 2; Choir 2. 



MMMO. JAMES 
// / Had My Way 

"Nimraer" — Jr. Class Pres.; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Letter- 
winner 2, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; PA. 
Club 1, 2; Canasta Club 3: 
Pint; Pong Club 4. 



POJE. BETTY LOUISE 

Sentimentally Yours 
"Betty" — Jr. Class Secy.; 
Friendship 1, 3: Choir 1; 
Dancing Club 2; Sing for Fun 
Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



PRESTERL. RICHARD 
EDWIN 

And So To Sleep Again 

"Pretzels" — Football 1, 2: 
Wrestling 1, 2. 



GREVE, DOUGLAS W. 

Sam's Song 
"Dudley"— Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2; Track 1; 
Swimming 3; Letterwinner 3. 
-4: Lerterman's Club 3: Chess 
Club 3; Ping Pong Club 4. 



NACHTIGAL, JOHN 
Sailor Beware.' 

Entered from Collinuood 

Junior Year 
"Johnny" — Gymnastics Club 
2, 3; Ping Pong 4; Gem Hunt- 
ers 4. 



LEVKOVITZ, JUDITH 

Personality Plus! 
Entered from N. Hollywood. 

California in junior Year 
"Judy" — Friendship 3, 4; Sur- 
vey Ed. Staff 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3, 4; Publications 
Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4. 



PREDOVIC, MARCUS 
Some Day She'll Come 
Along 
"Mark"— Ad. Club 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2; Dancing Club 3; Can- 
asra Club 4. 



PRICE, EARL G. 
"Price"-less Pal 
"Earl" — Sr. Class V. Pres.; 
Stage Crew 2; Camera Club 2; 
Gem Hunters 3, 4, Treas. 3, 
V. Pres. 4. 



Pa«t20 



SCHLAUCH. WILLIAM 
They Call It Vanity 

"Silly Willy" — Jr. Class V. 
Pres.; Football 1; Baseball 2; 
Track 4; Prom Comm. 3; J.V. 
Club 1; Dancing Club 3; Ping 
Pong Club 4. 



SHIBLEY. BURLEIGH 
Bongo, Bongo, Bongo, I 
Don't Wanna Leave the 
Congo! 

"Wild Bill— Swim Leaders 3: 
Ad. Club 3; Football 3; Swim- 
ming 3; Ping Pong Club 3. 



SIMMONS. NORMAN 
LeROV 

Prince of Good Fellows 
"Slim"— Football 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Swimming 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SKULLY. BLASE 

Life of the Party 
"Blazy"- — Student Council 1, 
2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Jr. 
Council on World Affairs 3; 
Jr. Play Cast; World Affairs 
Club 1, 2, 3; Ping Pong Club 
4; Class Valdictorian. fi 



SODJA, RICHARD J. 

Sam, the Accordian Man 
Entered from Collinuood in 

Junior Year 
"Dick" — Student Council 4; 
Jr. Class V. Pres.; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; Ping Pong Club 



SCHWABE, WALTER 
We "Bet-he" Will Miss 
E.H.S. 

"Wally"— Survey Bus. Staff 4. 



SILVERMAN, JEROME 

Speeding Along on Wings 
of Song 

"Jerry" — Sr. Class Pres.; Hi-Y 
3, 4, Secy. 4; Football 1,2, 3; 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Model 
Builders Club 1; Dancing 
Club 2; Science Club 3; Ping 
Pong Club 4; Class Saluta- 



SIVIA. MARY ROSE 

Three Guys Named Mite 

Entered from John Adams in 

Junior Year 
"Siv" — Red Cross 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



SOBE. JAMES A. 

My Time Done Come at 
Last 

"Sober"— Sr. Play Prod. Staff 
4; Art Club 3, 4. 




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SOFIA. VINCENT 

I'm Nobody's Bahy 
Entered from Benedictine in 

Junior Year 
"Vince" — Canasta Club 3, 4. 




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STEVENSON, GLADYS 
Two Tickets to Broadway 

Entered from John Hay in 

Junior Year 
"Glady" — Jr. Class Treas.; 
Swim Cadettes 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 3; Prom 
Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 
3; Sewing Club 3; Canasta 
Club 4. 



VIXLER, NELSON 

Solitaire 
"Vix"— Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 



Band 
3. 



ABBOTT, BRUCE 

There's Starlight in Your 
Eyes 
"Brucie" — Hi-Y 4, Treas. 4; 
Miniature Railroad Club 2; 
Model Airplane Club 3; Crib- 
bage Club 4; Student Council 



AITKEN, ANABEL 

Make Mine Music 
"Ann" — Natl. Forensic League 
3, 4; Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4, 
Treas. 4; Friendship 1, 2; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Camera Club 2, 3; Secy. 3; 
Swim Club 4, Treas. 4. 



ALDRED, JOAN 

No Shadows Yonder 
"Joanie" — Friendship 1, 2, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 
1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Comm. 3 
Majorette Club 2; Choir 4 
Singing for Fun Club 3 
Pinochle Club 4. 



TOLLMANN, WILLIAM 

Gone and Back Again 
"Bill" — Tennis 3; Ping Pong 
Club 2, 3. 



WEIR, MARLENE GAIL 
Just My Bill 

"Marlene" — Friendship 2, 3, 
4; Band 2, 3, 4; Math for Fun 
Club 2; Ballroom Dancing 
Club 3; Drawing and Paint- 
ing Club 3; Art Club 4. 



AHEY, JOYCE 

"A" — You're Adorable 

"Brown Cow" — G. L. C. 4; 

Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4; Survey 
Ed. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 
4; Girls Hockey 1; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Majorette Club 2; 
Megaphone Club 2; Knitting 
Club 3. 



AKOS, WILLIAM 

The Time Is Never Dreary 
"Bill" — Football 2; Basketball 
1, 2; Pinochle Club 2; Boy's 
Swim Cadets 3, 4. 



ANDREUCCI, DOROTHY 

Still As the Night 
"Dot" — Friendship 1, 2, 4; 
Prom Comm.; Majorette Club 
2; Red Cross 3; Dance Club 2; 
Jr. Red Cross 3; Knitting 
Club 4. 



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ARCHBOLD, JoANN 

thine Eyes So Blue and 
Tender 

"Archie" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Student 
Council 1 ? 3, 4; Survey Ed. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Girls 
Hockey 4; Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 
4; Bridge Club 4; Uke Club 
3; Publications Club 3; Knit- 
ting Club 2; Singing for Fun 
1; Swim Cadette 4; Friendship 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



ATWOOD, JAMES L. 
Dip Boys, Dip the Oar 

"Buz"— Football 2; Golf 3; 
Swimming 3; Stage Crew 4; 
Movie Club 1; Boy's Swim 
Leaders 3. 



BARONE. JOHN R. 

Sleep, Sleep, Sleep 
"Jack"— Hi-Y, 2, 3; Chess 
Club 2; Social Dancing 2, 3. 



BAVS, RUTH ELAINE 
Constancy 

"Ruthie" — Friendship 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; Red Cross 4; Dance Club 
2; Publications Club 3. 



BENTLEY, BETTY JOAN 
After the Ball Is Over 

"Berry" — Friendship 4; Round 
Table Club 4; Charm Club 4. 



ARGENT, WILLIAM 

Fair, Marlene 
"Bill"— Choir 1; Glee Club 1; 

Dancing Club 2; Camera Club 
3, V. Pres. 3; Art Club 4. 



BALINT. SHIRLEY 
Thy Friend 

"Shirl" — Friendship 1, 2; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Jr. Play Prod. 
Sraff; Prom Comm. 3; Mega- 
phone Club 2; P.A. Club 2; 
Movie Club 3; Knitting Club 
4. 



BASSETT. JOHN 

Humoresque 
"Johnny"— Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, V. 
Pres. 4; Survey Bus. Staff 1, 2; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Feature 
Ed. 4; Diamond Sports Club 
2, 3, 4. 



BEADLE, CORRINE 

Hail! Hail! the Gang's All 
Here 

"Corky" — Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2; Prom Comm. 3; 
Charm Club 4; Ukelele Club 
3; Knitting Club 3; Majorette 
Club 2; Friendship 2, 3, 4. 



BERNSTEIN, JOSEPH 
I'm As Happy As Can Be 

"Foxie" — Student Council 1, 
2; Basketball 1; Wrestling 3; 
Golf 1, 2; Sports Club 1; 
Pinochle Club 3; Gymnastics 
Club 2. 




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BREEN, PATRICIA 

I'm Just Wild About 
Harry! 

Entered from East High in 

Sophomore Year 
"Pat" — Red Cross 3. 



BROWN, MONICA 

Far Away Places 
"Moni" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 
4; Swim Cadettes 4; Friend- 
ship 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 3; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Modern 
Dance Club 2; Music for Fun 
2; Round Table Club 3; 
Travel Club 4. 



BOYLE, SHIRLEY 

Goodnight Sweetie'. 
"Shirl" — Service Club 1; 
Friendship 1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Majorette Club 2, 
3, 4, Majorette 3, 4; Mega- 
phone Club 1, Choir 1, 2, 3. 



BRAZIL, VIRGINIA 

Brainy, Blonde, and 
Beautiful 
Entered from Collinwood in 

Junior Year 
"Ginnia" — Friendship 4; Natl. 
For. League 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3, 4; Prince of Peace 4; 
Charm Club 4. 



BRESKVAR, RONALD 
For Ronnie Would Waltz 
With a Strawberry 
Blond 

"Bresky" — Student Council 
Planning Comm. 2; Football 
2; Wrestling 1; Dance Club 
2; P.A. Club 3. 



BROWNING, ANNE 
Brightest and Best 

"Annegirl" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Student Council 1, 

2, 4, Secy. 4, Planning Comm. 
1, 2; Jr. Class V. Pres.; Swim 
Cadettes 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 
4, Treas. 2, Pres. 3; Service 
Club 1; Basketball Attendant 
1; Friendship 1, 2, 4; Jr. 
Sisters 1; Euclidian Ed. Staff 

3, 4, Asst. Editor 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3; Girls 
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Letterwin- 
ner 3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Comm. 3; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4; 
Band 3, 4, Band Board of 
Dir. 4; Quill and Scroll 



BRUCK, LOIS 

/ Know a Little Bit About 
a hot of Things 

"Lois" — Friendship 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Sisters 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Majorette Club 2; Choir 1, 2; 
Knitting Club 3; Charm Club 



BYRNE, GEORGE 
Write Me One Sweet 
Letter 
"Georgie Boy" — Student 
Council 1; Golf 2, 3; Letter- 
winner 2, 3; Pinochle Club 2; 
Bird Club 3, 4. 



CARABOTTA, 
ROSEMARIE 

Ten O'clock Scholar 
"Ro" — Student Council 1, 2; 
Friendship 1, 2; Newcomers 
Club 1; GAA. 1, 2; Major- 
ette Club 3; Megaphone Club 
1, 2, 3; Choir 1; Red Cross 
2; Bridge Club 3, 4. 



CARNEY, JAMES 

Calm, Cool, and Collected 

"Jim"— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage 
Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 
2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. 



CARSON, RAYMOND 
JOHN 

Are Your Sleeping? 
"Ray" — Wrestling 3, 4; 
Science Club 1; Gymnastic 
Club 3, 4. 



BUSHONG, ROBERT 
// Silence Were Gold, 
He'd Be a Millionaire 

"Bob" — Student Council 1; 
Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4; Flower Club 1; Diamond 
Sporrs 2, 3. 



CAMERON, RICHARD 
I'm On My Way To 
Somewhere 
"Dick"— Hi-Y 3, 4; Ad. Club 
3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Garden Club 2; 
Publications Club 3; Senior 
Cabinet. 



CARANO, BEVERLY 

Dark Eyes 

"Buff" — Natl. For. League 3, 
4, Secy. 3; Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
Megaphone Club 3; Choir 1, 

2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Red Cross 2, 

3, 4; Red Cross Council 4. 



CARNEY, VAUGHN 

It's Howdy Doody Time.' 

"Vaughn"— Whittling Club 3; 
Bird Club 4. 



CARTWRIGHT, 
BARBARA 

Coming In On a Wing 
and a Prayer 
"Smoky Joe" — Natl. Honor 
Society 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Secy. 
4; Friendship 2; Jr. Council 
of World Affairs 3; G.A.A. 2; 
Prom Comm. 3; Home Nurs- 
ing Club 2, Pres. 2; Senior 
Cabinet. 




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CEFARATTI, MICHAEL F. 
Come, Let's All Be Merry/ 
"Mike" — Boys Leaders 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, 2; Golf 2; Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pinochle Club 2; Camera 
Club 4. 



COLANTONIO, DANIEL 
MICHAEL 

Oh! Danny Boy! 

"Danny" — Student Council 2 
Jr. Class Treas.; Ad. Club 2 
3, 4; Newcomers Club 1 
Prom Comm. 3; Band 1, 2 
Choir 1, 2, 3; Stage Crew 3 
Key Club 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Cabinet. 



COSKI, JEAN THERESE 
Jeannie With the Light 
Brown Hair 

"Jean" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; Student Council 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Friend- 
ship 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Girl's 
Hockey 4; Choir 2, 3; Red 
Cross 4; Prince of Peace 4; 
Needlework Club 2, Pres. 2; 
Cribbage Club 3; Red Cross 
Council 4. 



CRAIG, CHARLES EARL 

Soldier's Farewell 
"Chuck"— Hi-Y 4; Choir 3, 
4; Dancing Club 3; Senior 
Cabinet. 



DANIELS, PAULINE 

Short But Sweet 
"Pauline" — Friendship 
Megaphone Club 2, 3. 



CLAYTON, DORIS 
KATHRINE 

Lead On Kindly Light! 

"Doris" — Friendship 1, 2; 
G.A.A. 3, 4; Choir 1; Dancing 
Club 2; Home Nursing Club 
3. 



COLBOW, NAOMI 
My Life's Desire 

"Ni" — Friendship 1, 2; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
Megaphone Club 2. 



COVERT, JOHN BURTON 
Now Our Golden Days 
Are At An End 

"Johnnie" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Jr. Play Cast; Choir 1 ; World 
Affairs Club 3, 4; Prince of 
Peace 4; Dance Club 3; J.V. 
Club 1; Natl. Forensic League 
4. 



CRAWFORD, 
CHANDLER H. 

Patricia, My Darling, 
Patricia 

"Chan"— Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 
3, 4; Letterwinner 1, 2, 3, 4; 



Choir 1, 2, 3. 



DeGENOVA, DAVID 
Let Your Conscience Be 
Your Guide 
"Dee" — Survey Bus. Staff 2, 
3; Choir 1, 2, 3; Dancing 
Club 3; Boy's Swim Leaders 
3; Mystery Reader's Club 4. 



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DELAC, LEONARD 
/ Got a Date With 
Rhythm 
"Lenny" — Band 1, 2. 



DeVITO, FRANK A. 
/ Wanna Girl 

"Captain DeVideo" — Student 
Council 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Ad. 
Club 2, 3; Survey Ed. Staff 3; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Football 
2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 
2; Choir 4, Pres. 4; Stage 
Crew 2, 3; P.A. Club 3; Red 
Cross 2. 



DILL, ROBERT S., JR. 
I've Decided 

Entered from Norwalk in 

Junior Year 
"Bob" — Natl. Honor Society 
-4; F.T.A. 4; Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 
Chapter Secy. 3; Prince of 
Peace 4; Publications Club 3; 
Senior Cabinet. 



DONDREA. JOAN MARIE 
Sweet Fifi From Gay 
Paree 

"Fin" — Natl. Honor Society 3, 
4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1, 2; Planning 
Comm. 2; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Basketball Queen 
1; Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4; Sur- 
vey Ed. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 

1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Comm. 3: Majorette 
Club 2; Megaphone Club 1, 

2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Cheerleader 

1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Letter- 
winner 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football Attendant 4. 

DOWIS, MARILYN 

Pretty-Eyed Baby 

"Marilyn" — Friendship 1. 2, 

3, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 1, 

2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 1, 2, 
3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DeLANEY, FRANKLIN 

Stars in My Eyes 
"Frank"- — Student Council 1, 
2; Baseball 1, 2; Letterwinner 
1; World Affairs Club 1; Ping 
Pong Club 3. 



DiCENZO, DENIS 

Temptation 
"Dee" — Class Secy. 1; Foot- 
ball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 
1, 2, 3; Stage Crew 2; Whittl- 
ing Club 2; Letterman's Club 
3; Ping Pong Club 4; Jr. Hi 
Sports 1. 



DISANTIS, DOLORES C. 
/ Wish, I Wish 

"Dee" — Friendship 1, 2, 3; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 
2, 3; Choir 1; Pinochle Club 
2; Bridge Club 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



DOSTAL, RICHARD 
/ Dream Such Foolish 
Dreams 

"Dick" — Survey Staff 3, 4; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Camera Club 2, 3, 
Secy. 2, Treas. 3; Travel Club 
4. 



DOWNING, WILLIS A. 

Late Last Night 
"Willy"— Survey Ed. Staff 3; 
Wrestling 3; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Gymnastics Club 2, 3. 




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DUGAN, JACK 

Gentleman Jack Is a 
Ladies' Man 
"Dug" — Boys' Swim Leaders 
2, 3. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secy' 4; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Foot- 
ball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Prom 
Comm. 3; Swimmine Club 
2, 3. 



DURK, STANLEY E. 

On the Sunny Side of the 
Street 
Entered from East High in 
Senior Year 
Stan" — Orchestra 4. 



EMERICH, GALE 

Style All the While 

"Gale" — Student Council 3,4; 
Sr. Class Secy.; Swim Cadettes 
2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; 
Friendship 1, ,2 3, 4, Secy. 3, 
V. Pres. 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 
4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Cheerleader 1; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Board 
of Directors 3, 4; Modern 
Dance Club 3; Bridge Club 4. 



FERRO, ROSE MARIE 

I'm in Love Again 
"Ro" — Student Council 3, 4; 
Friendship 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Mega- 
phone Club 1, 2, 3, Cheerlead- 
er 1, 2, 3; Choir 1; Prince of 
Peace 2; First Aid Club 2; 
Publications Club 3; Bridge 
Club 4. 



FISHER, JACK 

Got a Hot Rod Ford 
"Jack" — Track 3; Choir 1; 
Camera Club 2; Checker Club 
3. 



DUGAN, RITA 

Let the Clouds Roll By 

"Dugie" — Friendship 1, 2, 4, 
Secy. 1; Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 2; 
Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
winner 4; Choir 1, 2. 



EHLERT, CARL 

Don't Ever Take My 
Picture Down 
"Chuck" — Stage Crew 1; Gem 
Hunter's Club 3; Ping Pong 
Club 4. 



FERREL, RICHARD 
FRANK 

Gain' Fisbiti' 

"Musky" — Student Council 4; 
Hi-Y 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Key Club 4; Movie Club 1, 
3, 4, Pres. 4; World Affairs 
Club 1; Baseball Club 2, 3, 
Secy. 2; Senior Cabinet. 



FINNEGAN, THOMAS 

The Smilin' Irishman 
"Tom" — Boys' Leaders 4; 
Newcomers Club 1; Basketball 
1, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Diamond 
Sports Club 2, 3, Secy. 3. 



FLYNN, WILLIAM 

Nobody Knows the Trou- 
ble I've Seen 
"Bill "—Hi-Y 3, 4; Newcom- 
ers Club 1; Basketball 2, 3; 
Wrestling 2; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Stage Crew 3, 4; Pin- 
ochle Club 3. 



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FRECH, MARY ANN 

Joy to the World 
"Free" — Friendship 4; Red 
Cross 2, 3, 4. 



FURTH. GARY 

/ Came to Town the 
Other Day 

Entered from Chicago, Illinois 

in Senior Year 
"Gary" — Natl. Honor Society 
3, 4; Science Club 4. 



GAROFALO, FRANK 
PETER 

Oh, Beauty.' 
"Garf— Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4; Track 1; Let- 
terwinner 4; Diamond Sports 
Club 3; Travel Club 4. 



GEDDES, MARY E. 

Bob, Bob, Bobbing Along 
"Meg" — Swim Cadettes 3, 4; 
Friendship 1, 2, 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; P.A. An- 
nouncers 2, 3, 4. 



GIETANO, THOMAS 
In the Blue Canadian 
Rockies 
"Tom" — Boy's Leaders 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Football 2; Basketball 
1; Baseball 1, 2; Wrestling 
2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 2, 3; 
Pinochle Club 2; Key Club 4. 



FREY, GILBERT J. 

May Gal's a Corker, She's 
a New Yorker 
"Gill"— Hi -Y 1, Treas. 1; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Choir 1 ; P.A. 
Club 1, 2; Travel Club 1; 
Science Club 1, Pres. 1. 



GARDNER, CAROL 
Lore's the Tune 

"Corkie" — Friendship 1, 
Megaphone Club 2; Choir 
Singing for Fun Club 2, 
Charm Club 4. 



GATES, ROBERT L. 

/ "Surrey" Ererything of 
Interest 

"Bob" — Student Council 3; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Sports 
Ed. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Diamond Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, V. Pres. 3; Choir 1; Swim 
Leader 4; Hi-Y 4. 



GEORGE, CARLTON 
Until the Real Thing 
Comes Along 
"Chick"— Hi-Y 3, 4, Chap. 
Pres. 4; Football 2; Baseball 



GLENN, GAYLE 

Lore Is So Terrific 
"Patricia" — Friendship 1,2,4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Megaphone Club 2; Choir 1, 
2, 3, 4; PA. Club 1; Red 
Cross 2; Publications Club 3; 
Dramatics Club 1. 




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GOLLWITZER, WALTER 

lust About Right 
"Walt"— Hi-Y 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 3; 
P.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Chess and 
Checker Club 1; Canasta Club 
2, 3; Science Club 4. 



GOTTSCHLING, JOHN 

/ Wasted a Nickel 
"Gotch" — Euclidian Ed. Staff 
4; Jr. Play Prod. Cast; Drama 
Club 1, Secy. 1; Gem Hunters 
Club 3; Chess Club 3; Poise 
for Boys Club 4; Boys' Swim 
Leaders 2, 3. 



GREEN, WILLIAM 

Gee, But It's Great to 
Meet You, Friend! 
"Bill" — Hi-Y 2; Swimming 
4; P.A. Club 3; Science Club 
1; Dance Club 2; Natural 
Science Club 3; Swim Club 
4; Boys' Swim Leaders 4. 



GUIP, MARY ANN 
Oh, Mary's a Lovely 
Name 
"Mary" — F.T.A. 4; Friendship 
2, 4; G.A.A. 4; Choir 2, 3; 
Canasta Club 2; Pinochle Club 
3; Charm Club 4. 



HALE, MARGARET 
MARLENE 

/ Gotta Love One Man 
'Til 1 Die 

"Margie" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 4; Sr. Class Treas.; G.L.C. 

2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Homecoming 
Attendant 3; Friendship 1, 2, 

3, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; Survey Ed. 
Staff 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 
2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Letterwinner 3; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; P.A. Club 2; Senior Cab- 



GORISEK, RONALD 
Leaving Paradise and 
Heading for the 
"Heights" 

"Ronnie" — Srudent Council 2; 
Hi-Y 4; Sports Club 1; Check- 
er Club 2; Diamond Sports 
Club 3; Travel Club 4. 



GRAY. JAMES 

The Breeze and I 
"Jim" — P.A. Club 3; Canasta 
Club 2; Checker Club 3; Cam- 
era Club 3; Science Club 4. 



GROSSMAN, DORIS 
Longing for You 

Entered from Collinwood in 

Junior Year 
"Doris" — Friendship 4. 



GYGLI, RICHARD 
Is You Is or Is You 
Ain't My Baby.' 

"Dick" — Newcomers Club 1; 
Football 2, 3; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Diamond Sports Club 
2, 3, 4. 



HALL, BEVERLY 

When You're Smiling, the 

Whole World Smiles 

With You 
"Buv"— G.L.C. 3, 4, Secy. 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Ad. Club 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sis- 
ters 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, V. 
Pres. 4; Letterwinner 3; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; Red Cross 2. 



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HAM. FRED 

People Are Funnier Than 
Anyone 

"Fred" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; Track 3; 
Swimming 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Sing for 
Fun Club 2; Checkers Club 3; 
Ukelele Club 4. 



HAMRICH, DONNA ANN 
Crazy Heart 

"Dee" — Friendship 1, 4; P.A. 
Club 2, 3; Red Cross 1. 



HAZZARD, MARTHA 

JANE 

You're a Darling Scatter- 
brain 
"Marry" — Friendship 1, 2, 4, 
Pres. 1; G.A.A. 1; Choir 1; 
Singing for Fun Club 1; Knit- 
ting Club 2; Sports and 
Games 1. 



HERTEL, JAMES 
Crete Cut 

"Jim" — Wrestling 2, 3, 
Tennis 4; Swim Club 4. 



HOCEVAR, GERALDINE 
Pretty Blond With Lots 
on the Ball 
"Gerrie" — Friendship 1, 4 
G.A.A. 3, 4; Red Cross 1 
Singing for Fun Club 2 
Pinochle Club 3; Charm Club 



HAMMILL, GORDON 
WALLACE 

Someone's Rocking My 
Dreamboat 

Entered from Admiral Farragut 

Academy in Senior Year 
"Red" — Gymnastics Club 4. 



HARTZELL, CAROLYN 

"C" — You're a Cutie Full 
of Charm 

"Poogie" — Friendship 1, 2, 3, 
4; Survey Bus. Staff 3; Survey 
Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Letterwinner 4; Prom Comm. 
3; Megaphone Club 2, 3, 4, 
V. Pres. 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 
3, 4; Letterwinner 4; Choir 
1, 2, 4; P.A. Club 2, 3; Crib- 
bage Club 3; Jr. Sisters 1. 



HERSHEY, HARRY 

Music Master 
"Hersh" — Hi-Y 3, 4; Prom 
Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 
1; Cards and Games Club 2; 
Checker Club 3. 



HEYER. JAMES T. 

Oh, You Beautiful Doll: 

Entered from Lakewood in 
Junior Year 
Jim" — Publications Club 4. 



HOGAN, RICHARD 

Automobile to Glory 
"Dick"— Ad. Club 2, 3, 4; 
Field and Track Club 3, 4. 




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HOLFELDER, MARY 

Too Many Men in My Life 

"Mary Lou" — Freshman Class 
Secy.; Friendship 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Casr 3; Megaphone Club 
2, 3; Choir 1, 2; Orchestra 
1, 2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Prince of Peace 4; Singing 
for Fun 2. 



HOPES, CORALIE 

Whispering Hope 
"Hey-you" — Friendship 2; 
Choir 1, 2; First Aid Club 1; 
Round Table Club 2; Writing 
for Fun Club 3; Charm Club 



HOVANCSEK, JOHN 

Little Man 
"Little John" — Jr. Council of 
World Affairs 2, 3, 4; Track 
Manager 3,4; Letterwinner 4 
Band 1 ; Science Club 1 
World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4 
Choir 1. 



HUSTON, ALICE I. 

Ship Aboy! Sailor Boy! 
"Allieoops" — G.L.C. 4; 
Friendship 1, 2, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2; Movie Club 4; Red 
Cross 1; Canasta Club 2, 3. 



INTIHAR, STANLEY 
Mighty, Mighty Man 
"Captain Stan" — Natl. Honor 
Society 3, 4; Student Council 
2, 4; Boy's Leaders 3, 4, Secy. 
4; Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 

1, 2; Track 3; Letterwinner 

2, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Ping 
Pong Club 2; Letterman's 
Club 3. 



HOLZMER, DORIS RUTH 

Year 'Round Favorite 
"Doris" — G.L.C. 4; Friendship 
1, 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; Newcom- 
ers Club 1; Survey Bus. Staff 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
winner 4; Prom Comm. 3; 
Choir 1,2; Girls Hockey 1, 2, 
3, 4; Red Cross 3; First Aid 
Club 2. 



HORN, CARL J., JR. 
Now Go Your Way 
"Carl" — Wrestling 3; Camera 
Club 1,2; Chess Club 3; Can- 
asta Club 4. 



HURLEY, PATRICIA 

ANNE 

Hey! Little Girl 
Entered from Mentor in 

Sophomore Year 
"Pat" — Friendship 1, 2, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 3; 
Choir 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 
4; Red Cross Club 2; Singing 
for Fun Club 3; Charm Club 



INFANTOLINO, 
MILDRED 

Everyone Is Welcome 

"Mil" — Friendship 2, 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 2, 3; Choir 2; 
Red Cross 4. 



JACKSON, JAMES 

Tiger Rag 
"Jim"— Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Prom 
Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 3; Or- 
chestra 1, 2; Varsity Sports 
Club 1; Pinochle Club 2, 3; 
Cribbage Club 4. 



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JANKE, CAROLE 
Prisoner of Love 

"Snooks" — Swim Cadettes 2, 
3; Friendship 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 
1; GAA. 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
winner 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Comm. 3; Majorette 
Club 3, 4, Majorette 4; Bridge 
Club 2. 



JOHNSON, SUZANNE 
// Yo« Knew Suzie Like 
We Know Suzie 
"Suzie" — G.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 
3; Girls Hockey 2, 3, 4, Capt. 
4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie 
Club 4. 



JOHNSON, JAN 

Young Man With a Horn 
"Jan" — Student Council 1 ; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 2; Prom 
Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Band Board of Directors 2, 3, 
4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Can- 
asta Club 4. 



JONES, ADRIENNE 

Sweeter Than the Roses 
"Ade" — Student Council 3 
Friendship 2, 4; Choir 4 
Singing for Fun Club 2 
Pinochle Club 3; Charm Club 




JORANKO, RICHARD 

Aw Girls, Leave Me 
Alone! 

"Rich" — Football 4; Baseball 
3; Letterwinner 3; Track and 
Field Club 4. 



KALBERER, ELSE 
In My Heart All Are 
Equally Cherished 
"Else" — G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3, 4; Letterwinner 3; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 2, 3, 4, 
Band Board of Directors 3, 4; 
Choir 1; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Secy. 2, 3, 4; Pinochle Club 2. 



KAPPELLE, ROBERT 

Seventy-Nine Years in a 
Sandtrap 

"Bob"— Ad. Club 3, 4; Golf 
2, 3; Letterwinner 2, 3; P.A. 
Club 4; Math for Fun Club 2; 
Letterman's Club 3. 




JUSTUS, DONALD J. 
Drink To Me Only With 
Thine Eyes 
"Joe"— Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Stage 
Crew 3, 4. 



KAPLAN, MURRAY 
Parting Is Such Sweet 
Sorrow 

"Murray" — Student Council 3; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 
3, 4; Science Club 1; Math for 
Fun Club 2; Senior Cabinet. 



KARUN, BETTY 

I've Got a Cottage on a 
Dreamland Shore 

Entered from Collinwood in 

Junior Year 
"Betty" — Friendship 4; Prom 
Comm. 3; Charm Club 4, V. 
Pres. 4. 




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KAZAR, CAROL ANN 

Reflections on the Water 
"Carol" — Natl. Honor Society 
-i; Student Council 4; Swim 
Cadettes 2, 3, 4; Ad. Club 3; 
Friendship 2, 4; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Majorette Club 3; Prince of 
Peace 4; Singing for Fun 
Club 2; Swim Club 4. 



KIMES, CHARLES 
THOMPSON 

Sweet Sue, Just You 
"Tommy" — Football 1, 2; 
Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Swimming 4; Letterwinner 
2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
1; Diamond Sports Club 2, 3; 
Swim Club 4. 



KIRK, BETTY L. 
I've No Reason to 
Complain 
"Bettilou" — Quill and Scroll 
3, 4; Friendship 1, 2, 4; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 
4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Choir 
1, 2, 4; Dancing Club 2; 
Canasta Club 3; Senior Cab- 
inet. 



KLINGER, BLANCHE 
CAROL 

She Travels the Highway 
to Happiness 

Entered from Brush in 

Junior Year 
"Blanche"— G.L.C. 4; F.T.A. 
4; Friendship 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Girls Hockey 4; Prom Comm. 
3; Megaphone Club 3; Choir 
2; Orchestra 1, 2; Red Cross 
3, 4. 



KOMRAUS, EDMUND 

Body and Soul 
"Ed" — Boy's Leaders 4; Hi-Y 
3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
Track 3; Jr. Play Cast; Dance 
Club 2; Diamond Sports Club 



KIDD, RUSSELL 

Trouble, Trouble, Noth- 
ing But Trouble 

"Speedie" — Boy's Swim Lead- 
ers 2, 3; Wrestling 1; Swim- 
ming 3; Dance Club 2, 4. 



KIRCHNER, WILLIAM 
LEONARD 

In My Merry Oldsmobile 
"Bill" — Boy's Swim Leaders 
2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Secy. 4; 
Swimming 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Gymnastics Club 2; Swim 
Club 4. 



KLING, DORIS 

Don't Leave Me Joe! 
"Honey" — Friendship 1, 2; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 3; 
Megaphone Club 2; Movie 
Club 2; Singing for Fun Club 
2; Pinochle Club 3; Charm 
Club 4, Secy. 4. 



KNERR, RICHARD 

Enjoy Yourself 
"Dick"— Ad. Club 1; Chess 
and Checkers Club 1; Dia- 
mond Sports Club 3; Gym- 
nastics Club 4. 



KOVACH, DORIS MAY 
Roses Will Remember 

"Dor" — Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
P.A. Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



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KROHME, KAROL 
You Make Us Happy 
When Skies Are Gray 
"Krohmie" — G.L.C. 2, 3, 4, 
Secy. 3; Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 1, 2, 
3, 4; Choir 1; First Aid Club 
3. 



ZIGMAN, FRANK 

If It's O.K. With You, It's 
O.K. With Me 
"Jiggs" — Recreation Club 1; 
Canasta Club 2; Checker Club 
3; Pinochle Club 4. 



LANGER, BARBARA 

Pleasing You As Long As 
1 Lite 
"Barb" — Student Council 1; 
Swim Cadettes 3, 4; Friend- 
ship 1, 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3; Choir 1; Em- 
broidery Club 4. 



LASH, BARBARA 

What's the Good Word, 
Mister Bluebird.' 
"Barb"— Jr. Council of World 
Affairs 3; Pinochle Club 4. 



LAUSCHE, RITA 

I've Got a Right to the 
Truths of Life 
"Rita"— F.T.A. 3, 4; Choir 
1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Needlework Club 2; Dance 
Club 3; Travel Club 4. 



LAMACCHIA, MARY 

/ Hear the Wedding Bells 
Chime 

"Lamach" — Friendship 1, 2, 
4; Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Choir 1; 
Embroidery Club 4; Charm 
Club 4. 



ZUPANCIC, NANCY 

All Time Favorite 
"Nanc" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; Class Treas. 1; G.L.C. 
4; Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4, Chap- 
ter Pres. 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Jr. Council of 
World Affairs 3, Secy. 3; 
G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3. 



LAPINSKAS, ROLAND 
Music, Music, Music 

"Lupe" — Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Band Board of Directors, 4; 
Pinochle Club 2, 3; Canasta 
Club 3. 



LaTOUR, GARY 

Cherchez La Femme! 

"Gary" — Choir 1, 2; PinochL 
Club 3; Canasta Club 4. 



LAUTER, BRUCE ALAN 
All the World Is My 
Playhouse 
"Bru" — Track 3; Diamond 
Sports Club 3; Track and 
Field Club 4. 




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LAVO, YVONNE 

Sweet Memories 
"Yvonne"- — Service Club 1; 
Friendship 1, 2, 4; Megaphone 
Club 2; Red Cross 1; Singing 
for Fun Club 2, 3; Embroidery 
Club 4; Charm Club 4. 



LINDSAY, ROBERT 

What Bob Doesn't Know 
Isn't Worth Knotting 
"Bob" — National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Student Council 2, 4; 
Bookstore Mgr. 4; Choir 2; 
Diamond Sports Club 2; Cam- 
era Club 3; Science Club 4. 



LINDSTROM, WALTER 
Ratio and Proportion 

"Walter" — World Affairs 
Club 4. 



LOWELL, JANE 

Artistry in Moods 
"Janie" — Natl. Honor Society 
3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; 
Natl. Forensic League 2, 3, 4; 
Swim Cadettes 3, 4; Service 
Club 1; Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Sisters 1; Newcomers Club 
1; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3 4; Jr. Play 
Cast; Prom Comrr. 3; Choir 
1,2; Science Qui 1, 3; Prince 
of Peace 4; Litf-ary Club 2; 
Swim Club 4; Glee Club 1; 
Survey Ed. Staff 4. 



LYNCH, PATRICIA 

Stylish Strutter with a 
Smile Like Sunshine 
"Pat" — Natl. Honor Society 4; 
G.L.C. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, Pres. 
4; Friendship 1, 2, 4; Echo 
Ed. Staff 1; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 3; Euclidian Ed. Staff 
4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3, Majorette 3, 4. 



LEKSE, DIANE 

Socialibility 
"Di" — Ad. Club 3; Friendship 
1, 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 
1; Megaphone Club 2; Red 
Cross 3; Knitting Club 4; 
Charm Club 4; Home Nursing 
Club 2. 



LINDSTROM, JANICE 
MARIE 

Sophisticated Lady 

"Jan" — Natl. Honor Society 3, 
4; Natl. Forensic League 3, 4; 
Soph Class Secy.; Jr. Class 
Secy.; Swim Cadettes 3, 4; Ad. 
Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship 1, 2 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A 

1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 1 
Jr. Play Cast; Prom Comm. 3 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 
4, Majorette 3, 4; Letterwin 
ner 4; Choir 1; Football At- 
tendant 4; Band Board of 
Directors 4. 

LOKAR, ARLENE 

Little Lulu, We Love You 
Lou Just the Same! 

"Lulu" — Natl. Honor Society 
3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; 
Student Council 3, 4; Plan- 
ning Comm. 1; Soph Class 
Treas.; Sr. Class V. Pres.; 
G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Service Club 1; Friendship 1, 

2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; Survey 
Ed. Staff 3, 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 2; Euclidian Ed. Staff 

3, 4, Editor 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4, Secy. 4; Girls Hockey 
1, 2, 3; Letterwinner 3; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; Choir 1; Majorette Club 2; 
Prince of Peace 3; Girls State 
Rep.; Senior Cabinet. 

LUIKART, JOAN 

Ain't She Sweet? 
"Joanie" — Basketball Attend- 
ant 1; Friendship 1, 2; Jr. 
Sisters 1; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3,4; 
Megaphone Club 1, 2; Red 
Cross 1. 



MacEWEN, JACK 

They All Like Jack 
"Jack" — Hi-Y 4; Track 3; 
Dance Club 3; Field and 
Track Club 4. 



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MacZUGA, DOROTHY 

Roamin in the Gloamin' 
"Dottie" — Friendship 2, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prince of 
Peace 4; Knitting Club 2; 
Needlework Club 3; Modeling 
Club 4. 



MANNION, ROSE MARIE 
When Irish Eyes Are 
Smiling 

"Rosie" — Student Council 1; 
Planning Comm. 1; F.T.A. 1; 
Homecoming Attendant 3; 
Friendship 1, 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 
1; Newcomers Club 1; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Majorette Club 
1, 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4; 
Megaphone Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Cheerleader 1; Choir 1,2,3,4. 



MAPES, JANET CAROL 

Trust in Me 
"Jan" — Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship 1, 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 
1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Hockey 2, 3; Majorette Club 
2; Choir 1, 2; P. A. Club 3; 
Embroidery Club 2; Charm 
Club 4. 



MARDORF, SHIRLEY 
Cutie With an I.Q. 

"Shirl" — Natl. Honor Society 
3, 4; Natl. Forensic League 
3, 4, Pres. 4; Student Council 
1, 2, 3; G.L.C. 3, 4; Ad. Club 
3, 4; Service Club 1; Survey 
Ed. Staff 4; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; Majorette Club 2; Choir 
1; P.A. Club 2; Prince of 
Peace 3, 4. 



MAUSER, ALICE 

Alice Leaves Wonderland 
"Al" — Natl. Honor Society 4; 
Student Council 4; G.L.C. 2, 
3, 4, Pres. 4; Friendship 1, 2; 
G.A.A. 1,2, 3, Secy. 3; World 
Affairs Club 2. 



MALAGA, DONALD 
Alv Extraordinary Gal 

Entered from Collimvood in 

Junior Year 
"Don"- — Hi-Y 4; Prom Comm. 
3; P.A. Club 3; Key Club 4; 
Poise for Boys Club 4. 



MANSPERGER, JOHN 
ROBERT 

King of Kings 
"Bob" — Natl. Honor Society 

3, 4, Pres. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4, Chap- 
lain 4; Ad. Club 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Council of World Affairs 2, 3, 

4, Pres. 3, 4; Jr. Play Cast; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 
2, 3, 4; Buckeye Boys' State. 



MARCHIONE, MARY 
EILEEN 

Rings on Her Fingers 
"Eileen" — Friendship 1, 2, 3, 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette 
Club 2, 3; Megaphone Club 
2; Embroidery Club 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



MATTHEWS, HELEN 
ESTELLA 

/ come from Alabama 

Entered from Union Springs. 

Alabama in Senior Year 
"Alabam" — Home Nursing 
Club 4; Freshman Class Secy.; 
Soph. Class Secy.; G.A.A. 1; 
Prom Comm. 3; Red Cross 
1,2,3. 



McCULLEY, ROBERT E. 

Redhead That's Never 
Blue 

"Mac" — Student Council 1 
Boy's Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Card Club 2 
Dance Club 4; Diamond Sports 
Club 3. 




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McNELLAN, PATRICIA 
MARY 

Hot Rod Throttle Jammer 
"Pat" — Friendship 1, 3, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 1, 4; GAA. 
-t; Majorette Club 3, 4; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 3, 4; 
Art Club 4. 



MENILL, VINCENT J. 
Wake Up and Dream 

"Vince" — F.TA. 3, 4, Treas. 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Jr. 
Council of World Affairs 1, 2, 
3; Basketball Manager 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comra. 3; Choir 1, 4; PA. 
Club 1; World Affairs Club 
3, 4; Senior Cabinet. 



MIHELICH, DOLORES 

One Glad Smile of 
Pleasure 
"Dee" — Friendship 1, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Bridge Club 2. 



MILAVEC. MARY JANE 
Standing by the River of 
Golden Dreams 
"Mary" — Choir 1; Knitting 
Club 2; Pinochle Club 3; Can- 
asta Club 4; Friendship 1. 



MILLER, RICHARD 

Men of Few Words Are 
the Best Men 
"Dick"— Hi-Y 3, 4, Secy. 4; 
Jr. Council of World Affairs 
3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel 
Club 4; Student Council 4. 



MELKERSON, ALICE 
JUNE 

Angel from the Realm of 
Glory 
"Al" — Class Treas. 1; Swim 
Cadettes 3, 4, Secy. 4; Ad. 
Club 3, 4; Friendship 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 3; Play Prod. Staff; 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Mega- 
phone Club 2; Swim Club 4, 
Secy. 4. 



MEYERS, JOYCE 

I've Got a Lot to Lose 

"Joy" — Singing for Fun Club 
1, 2, 3, Secy. 3; Senior Cab- 
inet. 



MIKLUS, PATRICIA 
CATHERINE 

When You Were Sweet 
Sixteen 

"Pat" F.T.A. 4; Friendship 2, 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3; 
Jr. Council of World Affairs 
2; P. A. Club 3; Girls Travel 
Club l,Pres. 1. 



MILLER, PATRICIA JEAN 
Cold, Cold, Heart 

"Pat"' — Friendship 1, 2, 4 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Prom Comm. 3 
Choir 1, 2; P. A. Club 2 
Sports and Games Clab 1 
Pres. 1; Knitting Club 2 
Canasta Club 3; Charm Club 
4, Treas. 4. 



MILLER, SANDRA 

Stay Awhile 
"Sandy" — Friendship 1, 4; 
G.A.A. 4; Prom Comm. 3; 
Home Nursing Club 2; Em- 
broidery Club 4. 



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MISKERICH, MARGARET 

ANN 

Bluebird of Happiness 
"Marge" — Friendship 1, 2, 3, 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Majorette Club 2; Choir 
2; Singing for Fun Club 3; 
Charm Club 4. 



MOCNY, JOHN EDWARD 

Let's Face It 
"Jack"' — Student Council 1; 
Basketball 1, 2; Choir 1; Dia- 
mond Sports Club 2, 3; Bird 
Club 4; Stage Crew 2, 3. 



MONNETT, ROBERT K. 
Where Did You Get That 
Hat? 

"Cowboy" — Survey Bus. Staff 
4; Football 2, 4; Wrestling 1; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 
1; Singing for Fun Club 3. 



MORTON, JIM 

Bewitched, Bothered, and 
Bewildered 
"Big Jim" — Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Letterwinner 3; Camera Club 
1, 2; Gem Hunters Club 2; 
Round Table Club 3. 



NAGODE, RICHARD 
WILLIAM 

Mad About the Girls 
"Dick" — Boy's Swim Leaders 
2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Swimming 3; 
Field and Track Club 4. 



MLACK, WILMA 

There Little Girl 
"Wilma" — Sports and Games 
Club 1; Singing for Fun Club 
3; Rummy Club 4. 



MOLNAR, FRANK P., JR. 

// You've Got the Money 
Honey, I've Got the 
Time 

"Frank"— Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 
2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Track 3, 4; 
Swimming 3; Whittling Club 
2; Diamond Sports Club 3; 
Field and Track Club 4. 



MORIARTY, DANIEL 
EDWARD 

On a Bicycle Built for 
Two 

Entered from Willoughby in 

Junior Year 
"Dan" 



MOSCHELL, KAROLE 
// Was Not So To Be 

"Kay" — Friendship 2, 
G.A.A. 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 
P.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 
4; Red Cross Club 1. 



NAGY, PATRICIA 

Fancy Free and lull of 
Fun 

"Pat"— G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Friend- 
ship 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Megaphone Club 1, 2; Choir 
1, 2; Knitting Club 1; Canasta 
Club 2. 




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NELSON, JUDITH 

"D" — You're a Darling 

"Judy" — Friendship 4; Prom 
Comm. 3; Knitting Club 4; 
Dance Club 3; Senior Cabinet. 



NOBBE, WILLIAM 
Doing What Comes 
Naturally 
"Nob" — Student Council 3, 4 
Pres. 4; Boy's Leaders 3, 4 
Hi-Y 3. 4; Football 1, 2, 4 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter 
winner 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3 
Key Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3. 



O'CONNELL, RONALD 

FRANK 

/ Wonder as 1 Wander 
"Ronny" — Choir 2; Gym- 
nastics Club 4. 



OFFINEER, NANCY 

There Are Smiles That 
Make Us Happy 
Entered from Villa Angela 

in Junior Year 
"Red" — Friendship 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 4; 
Jr. Play Cast; P. A. Club 4; 
Singing for Fun Club 3. 



OHNEMUS. JOHN 
There Is Absolutely 
Nothin' Like a Dame 
"Johnny" — Student Council 3; 
Boy's Swim Leaders 2, 3; Foot- 
ball 3, 4; Basketball Mgr. 2, 
3, 4; Letterwinner 3, 4; Choir 
2, 3; Movie Club 2; Prince of 
Peace 4; Dance Club 3; Bird 
Club 4. 



NEWMAN, RICHARD 

Wine, Women, and Song 
"Dick" — Boy's Swim Leaders 
2, 3, 4; Football 2; Baseball 
I; Basketball 1; Swimming 3, 
4; Letterwinner 3; Stage Crew 
3; Field and Track Club 4. 



NORSIC, MATTHEW 

JAMES 

Music Maestro, Please! 
"Jim" — Baseball 1; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4; Diamond Sports Club 
2, 3, 4; Pinochle Club 4. 



ODONNELL. THOMAS 

My Days Have Been So 
Wonderous Free 

"Tom" — Choir 2; Gymnastics 
Club 4. 



OGREEN, DOLORES 
Faithfully Yours 

"Dolores" — Friendship 1; Jr. 
Sisters 1; Choir 1; Knitting 
Club 2; Pinochle Club 3; 
Canasta Club 4. 



O'KICKI, LOUIS JOSEPH 
Why Can't You Behave? 
"Louie" — Choir 1,2, Pres. 1; 
Singing for Fun Club 3- 



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OMERZA, EDWARD 
FRANK 

Time on My Hands 

"Slim" — Football 2; Ping 
Pong Club 2, 4; Pinochle 
Club 3. 



ORAHAM, LILLIAN 

The Sidewalks of New 
York 
Entered from New York City 

in Junior Year 
"Lil" — Canasta Club 3; Senior 
Cabinet. 



OSBERG, LOIS 

Five Foot Tito, Eyes of 
Blue 

"Lois" — Student Council 3, 4; 
Sr. Class V. Pres.; Service Club 
1; Friendship 1, 2, '3, 4; 
GAA. 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Comm. 3; Megaphone Club 
2, 3; G.L.C. 4. 



PASSERALLO, JOHN 
DAVID 

Ob Johnny. Oh Johnny, 
How You Can Lore! 
"Johnny" — Hi-Y 3, 4; Ad. 
Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Choir 
1,2,3. 



PAYNE, LOIS ANN 

I'm All Wrapped Up in a 
Dream 

"Lois" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; Friendship 1, 2, 4; Mega- 
phone Club 2, 3, 4, Secy. 4, 
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 
2, 3, 4; Reading and Writing 
for Fun Club 2; Cribbage 
Club 3. 



OMERZA, LeROY J. 

Twelve Years of Torture 
"Omerz"— Hi-Y 1; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1; Lerter- 
winner 1, 3, 4; Choir 2, 3; 
Letterman's Club 3; Ping Pong 
Club 4. 



ORLANDO, EUGENE 

The Voice from Nowhere 
"Gene" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; P.A. 
Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 
4. 



PALMER, SHIRLEY 
Mickey, Pretty Mickey 

Entered from Collinuood in 

Junior Year 
"Mickey"— G.A.A. 3, 4; Pub- 
lications Club 1; Friendship 
1, 4. 



PAUGH, RICHARD 

I'm Going Back to Dixie 

Entered from West Virginia 

in Junior Year 
"Dixie" — Boy's Leaders 4; 
Basketball 3, 4; Diamond 
Sports Club 3, 4. 



PENKALA, JEROME 
ROBERT 

Vagabond King 
"Jerry" — Football 1; Baseball 
1; Golf 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 
2; Choir 4; Stage Crew 2, 3; 
Letterman's Club 3; Gymnas- 
tics Club 4. 




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PERLIONI, JEAN MARIE 
The Readhead's Polka 

Entered from Brooklyn Village 

in Junior Year 
"Jeanie" — Friendship 3, 4; 
GAA. 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Megaphone Club 3; 
Cribbage Club 3; Singing for 
Fun Club 3; Senior Cabinet. 



PFRIEM, CARL E. 

Because of You 

"Hunum" — Football 1; Base- 
ball 2; Wrestling 2, 3; Vars- 
ity Sports Club 1; Whittling 
Club 2; World Affairs Club 3; 
Dance Club 3; Gymnastics 
Club 4. 



PLESNICAR, DONALD 

Old Piano Roll Blues 
"Don"— Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera 
Club 2, 3; Rummy Club 4. 



RATTINI, LEONARD 

Blues, Stay Away from Me 

Entered from Collinvood in 

Junior Year 
"Rats" — Baseball 3; Senior 
Cabinet. 



REPICKY, ELAINE 
Beautiful, Beautiful, 
Brown Eyes 
"Repic" — Natl. For. League 
3, 4, Secy. 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; Ad. 
Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship 1, 2; 
Survey Bus. Staff 2; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 1, 2; 
Jr. Play Cast; Prom Comm. 3; 
Megaphone Club 2, 3; Cheer- 
leader 2, 3; Choir 1, 2; Prince 
of Peace 2, 3, 4; Round Table 
Club 2; Literary Club 2; Foot- 
ball Queen 4. 



PETTI, PAUL 

Telephone Call to the 
Right Girl, World's Best 
Bargain for a Nickel! 

"P-P" — Student Council 3, 4; 

Hi-Y 1, 4; Football 1; Track 

4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 

1; Ping Pong Club 2. 



PHILLIPS, RICHARD 
LeROY 

Carefree as a Summer 
Breeze 

"Lover" — P.A. Club 4; Chess 
and Checker Club 1, 2; Dance 
Club 3. 



POTOCAR, WILLIAM 

Song of the Wanderer 

"Willy"— Ping Pong Club 4. 



REDDING, RONALD 

From This Day Foreward 
"Ron" — Basketball 1; First 
Aid Club 2; Gymnastics Club 
3, 4. 



RICHMAN, JEAN 

Beyond the Blue Horizon 

"Jean" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; Student Council 1; Friend- 
ship 2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
3, 4, Treas. 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Red Cross Club 2; 
P. A. Club 3, 4. 



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RINI, MARILYN ANNE 
Charm of Your Beautiful 
Broun Eyes 
"Renee" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; Student Council 1; G.L.C. 
2, 3, 4; Service Club 1; Friend- 
ship 1, 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Red Cross Club 
1: Singing for Fun Club 3. 



ROLL, HARVEY 

When Hart' Comes March- 
ing Home Again, Hur- 
ray.' Hurray.' 

"Harv" 



RYAN, JOHN E. 
Never Dreaming of 
Tomorrow 

"John" — Chess Club 4; Cam- 
era Club 2. 



SALETTEL, SHIRLEY 
Our Gal Sal 

Spen' Junior Year in 

Beaumont Academy 
"Sal" — Friendship 1 ; Red 
Cross Club 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; 
Newcomers Club 1. 



SCHMELZER, RONALD 
WAYNE 

Smoke Dreams and 
Smoke Rings 
"Bromo" — Boy's Swim Lead- 
ers 3, 4; Swimming 3, 4; Can- 
asta Club 2; Life Saving Club 
3. 



ROLINSON, NANCY 

Undecided 

"Nan-Roll" — Student Council 
2; Friendship 1, 2; Jr. Sisters 
1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Red Cross 
Club 1; Charm Club 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 1, 2; Megaphone 
Club 1, 2. 



ROUSE, CAROL 

Back in the Saddle Again 
"Carol" — Friendship 3, 4; 
Art Club 2; Drawing and 
Painting Club 4; Singing for 
Fun Club 2, 3. 



RYON, STANTON 

Comin' Thru the Rye 
"Stan" — Student Council 
World Affairs Club 1, 2. 



SBROCCO, CORRINE 

Bright Eyes 
"Rocco" — Friendship 1, 2, i, 
4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Megaphone Club 4; 
Choir 1; Home Nursing Club 
2; Singing for Fun Club 3; 
Charm Club 4. 



SCHMITT, PAUL 
EDWARD 

Your Life's All Sunshine 
"Schmitty" 




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SCHMIDT, RITA 
Evil Tempt Me Not 

"Schmitty" — Student Council 
3; Friendship 3; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Megaphone 
Club 1; Choir 1, 2; P.A. Club 
-4; Red Cross Club 2; Knitting 
Club 1; Round Table Club 2; 
Canasta Club 3; Echo Staff 1. 



SCHLOPP, HARRY 
I'm Happy That I'm 
Living 
"Harry'— Hi-Y 3, 4; Band 1, 
2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1; Dance Club 2; Poise 
for Boy's Club 4. 



SCHULTZ, BARBARA 

JANE 

How Cute Can You Be! 

"Boo" — Student Council 2; 
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Sisters 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; Major- 
ette Club 2; Megaphone Club 
2; Knitting Club 3, 4; Singing 
for Fun Club 3. 



SELEMAN, CHARLES 

Lucky, Lucky, Lucky Me! 

Entered from Hubbard, Ohio, 
in Senior Year. 

"Chuck"— Hi-Y 4; Wrestling 
4; Track 4; Dance Club 3; 

in Senior Year 
Gymnastics Club 4. 



SHERRILL, ALLAN 

EDWARD 

I'm With You 

"Al" — Boy's Leaders 4; Hi-Y 
4; Track 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Diamond Sports 2, 3, 
Secy. 3; Key Club 4; Jr. Var- 
sity Club 1. 



SCHNEIDER, JACK 

But There's None Quite 
Like You 

Spent Junior Year in 

Coshocton High School 
"Jack" — Boy's Leaders 4; Hi- 
Y 3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 1, 2, 
4; Diamond Sports Club 2; 
Senior Cabinet; Key Club 4. 



SCHULE, FRED 

My Young and Foolish 
Heart 

"Fred" — Boy's Swim Leaders 
3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Ad. Club 3; 
Track 3; Swimming 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Diamond 
Sports Club 2, 3; Key Club 
3,4. 



SEAMAN, NANCY 

An Artist's Life for Me 
"Nan" — Friendship 1, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Comm. 3; Choir 1; Art 
Club 1, 4; Singing for Fun 
Club 2, 3. 



SHEARER, RONALD 

EUGENE 

I'm Just a Wayfaring 
Stranger 

Entered from Collinwood 

in Senior Year 
"Scissors" — Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Movie Club 1; Science Club 2. 



SHIRILLA, KATHLEEN 

Whose Little Sunshine 
Are You? 
"Kathy" — Student Council 4; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
4, Treas. 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3; P.A. 
Club 1 ; Music Appreciation 
Club l.Secy. 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4. 



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SILL, RUTH 

Dance, Ballerina, Dance 
"Silly" — Friendship 1, 2, 4 
Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 3, 4 
Prom Comm. 3; Choir 1, 3 
Home Nursing Club 2; Cam- 
era Club 3; Music for Fun 
Club 4. 



SMITH, FRED 

Hey! Hey! Good Lookin'! 

"Freddy"— Baseball 2; Wrestl- 
ing 2; Key Club 3, 4, Treas. 
3; Gymnastics Club 4. 



SNYDER, WILLIAM F. 

Patience and Fortitude 

"Bill"— Baseball 3, 4; Choir 1. 



SPAUR, WILLIAM 
Rum and Coca-Cola 

"Bill" — Student Council 1; 
Boy's Swim Leaders 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 2; Wrestling 1; Swim- 
ming 3, 4; Ping Pong Club 4. 



STARK, CONSTANCE 

Girls Were Made to Take 
Care of Boys 

Entered from CoUinwood 

in Sophomore Year 
"Connie" — G.L.C. 2, 3; Sur- 
vey Bu.;. Staff 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. St; ff 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 
2, 3, 4; Senior Cabinet. 



SIMONIC, AUDREE 

/ Want a Rich Man's Son 
"Aud"— G.L.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 
4; Ad. Club 3, 4; Friendship 
1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 1, 2 
3, 4; Majorette Club 3; Mega 
phone Club 1, 2, 3; Cheer 
leader 1, 2, 3; P. A. Club 3 
Cribbage Club 4. 



SMITH, KENT KAYE 
Riding High 

"Smitty" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, Treas. 4; Student 
Council 2, 3, 4, Planning 
Comm. 1; Class Pres. 1, 2, 4; 
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secy. 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3: Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 4; Jr. Council of 
World Affairs 2, 3, 4, Treas. 

2, V. Pres. 3; Basketball 1, 2; 
Track 1; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Comm. 3; Band 1, 2, 

3, 4, Band Board of Directors 
3, 4; World Affairs Club 2, 3, 
V. Pres. 2, 3; Senior Cabinet. 



SOWDEN, ALYCE JUNE 

Sing Everyone Sing! 
"Allie" — Natl. Honor Society 
3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; 
Swim Cadertes 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; Ad. Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 
3; Friendship 1, 2, 4, Pres. 1; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Survey 
Ed. Staff 4; Jr. Council of 
World Affairs 2, 3; Jr. Play 
Cast; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 4; 
P.A. Club 1; Prince of Peace 
2, 3, 4; Round Table Club 2; 
Senior Cabinet. 



STAHRE, GLORIA ANN 
Twinkle, Twinkle Little 
Stahre! 
"Glor" — Friendship 3, 4; Jr. 
Council of World Affairs 3; 
Prom Comm. 3; Majorette 
Club 3, Majorette 4; Orchestra 
1, 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 3, 4; 
Dance Club 2; Senior Cabinet. 



STEFANCIK, ROBERT 
Old MacDonald Had a 
Farm 

"Bob" — Football 4; Gym- 
nastics Club 2; Pinochle Club 
3; Cribbage Club 4. 




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STONE, MARION LOUISE 

Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life 
"Bunny" — Friendship 2, 3; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie Club 
4; First Aid Club 1; Dance 
Club 2; Canasta Club 3; Knit- 
ting Club 4. 



STUZEN, CHARLOTTE 
I'm Walking in the Sun- 
shine of Paradise Island 
"Char" — Student Council 1; 
G.L.C. 4; Service Club 1; 
Friendship 1, 2, 4; Jr. Sisters 
1; GAA. 1, 2, 3, 4; Major- 
ette Club 3; Megaphone Club 
1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; 
Prince of Peace 3; Home 
Nursing Club 2. 



SWACKHAMER, 
CAROLYN 

/ Fulfill the Round of 
Pleasure 

"Betty" — Friendship 1, 2; 
Newcomers Club 1 ; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Band 1; Choir 1, 

2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 3, 4, Secy. 

3, V. Pres. 4; Prince of Peace 
4; Music Appreciation Club 2. 



TAYLOR, RICHARD 
GORDON 

You Call Everybody 
Darling 

"Gordon" — Jr. Council of 
World Affairs 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play 
Cast; Prom Comm. 3; P.A. 
Club 1,3; Art Club 4. 



TIEFENBACH, BARBARA 
The Man I Love 

"Barb" — Ad. Club 2, 3; 
Friendship 1, 2, 3; Jr. Sisters 
1; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3; Knitting Club 



STRATHERN, JAMES 

Out of This World 
"Jim" — Basketball 1; Baseball 
1; Stage Crew 2; First Aid 
Club 2; Ping Pong Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 4. 



SUBSTELNY, IRENE 
Goodnight Irene, Good- 
night Irene 

Entered from East High in 
Junior Year 

"Reneestel" — Canasta Club 3; 

Travel Club 4. 



SZABO, NANCY 
The Red Shoes 

"Nan" — Friendship 1, 2, 4 
Jr. Sisters 1; G.A.A. 2, 3 
Choir 1, 2, 3; P.A. Club 3 
Home Nursing Club 2; Charm 
Club 4. 



TENCH, MICHAEL 

Everyday Is Ladies' Day 
With Me! 

"Mac"— Hi-Y 3, 4; Ad Club 
2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Wrestl- 
ing 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Letter- 
winner 2, 3; Band 1; Stage 
Crew 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4, 
Secy. 4. 



UHRY, MARGARITE 

ANNE 

You'll Never Walk Alone 
"Gretchen" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 4; Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Friendship 1, 
2; Euclidian Bus. Staff 3; Eu- 
clidian Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 1, 2, 
3, 4; Letterwinner 3; Jr. Play 
Cast; Jr. Sisters 1; Choir 1; 
Orchestra 3; First Aid Club 2; 
Knitting Club 3; Swim Club 
4. 



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VANEK, CAROL ANN 
I'll Be Seeing You 

"Carol" — Friendship 1, 2; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Knitting 
Club 2; Needlework Club 2, 
3; Charm Club 4. 



VERBSKY. MARTHA 

ANN 

I'm Always Chasing Rain- 
bows 

"Mart)'" — Friendship 1; Choir 
1, 2; P.A. Club 2, 3; Movie 
Club 2, 3; Canasta Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 4. 



VORMELKER, HOWARD 

You Just Can't Keep a 

Good Man Down 

"Howie" — Flower Club 2; 
Camera Club 2; Natural His- 
tory Club 3; Bird Club 4. 



WALENSA, ROBERTA 
Highways Are Happy 
Ways When They're 
heading to Success 

"Bobbie" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Service 
Club 1; Friendship 1, 2, 4; 
Jr. Sisters 1; Survey Bus. Staff 
2; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Hockey 3, 4, Letterwinner 3; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Club 2. 



WARHOLIC, THOMAS 

The Great Lover 

Entered from Cathedral Latin 

in Senior Year 
"Tom" 



VANEK, LOIS 

The Skater's Waltz 

Entered from East High in 

junior Year 
"Lois" — Canasta Club 
Shorthand for Fun Club 4. 



VIGH, WILLIAM 

Goodnight Ladies! 
"Bill" — Boy's Leaders 3, 4; 
Football 1, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Letter- 
winner 1, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Canasta Club 2; Diamond 
Sports Club 3. 



WAID, ROBERT 

Oh! My Poor Feet, Is 
This Trip Necessary.' 
"Bob" — Football 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 
4; Letterwinner 4; P. A. Club 
1, 2, 3; Gymnastics Club 1,2; 
Round Table Club 3; Track 
and Field Club 4. 



WALSH, LEO 

The Joker of All Cards 

Entered from Cathedral Latin 

in Junior Year 
"Wally" — Boy's Leaders 4; 
Football 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 
2; Baseball 4. 



WAWRZYNIAK, DANIEL 

Thanks Lord, for Deliver- 
ing Daniel 

"Danny" — Student Council 2 
3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Class Pres. 
Hi-Y 3, 4, Chapter Pres. 4 
Ad. Club 1, 2; Football 2 
Basketball 1, 2; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4, Secy. 2, 3; Gym- 
nastics Club 2; Poise for Boys 
Club 4. 




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WEISS, LEONARD 

Opportunity Is Knocking 
at Your Door 

"Lenny" — Student Council 4 
Ad. Club 3; Football 1, 2 
Basketball 1; Wrestling 1 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Key Club 
3, 4; World Affairs Club 4. 



WILLIAMS, ALFRED 

Life Is Too Short 
"Big Al" — Boy's Leaders 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1; Baseball 1, 2; Letterwin- 
ner 4; Canasta Club 3; Ping 
Pong Club 2. 



WINTER, DONALD P. 

All Year Long, It's Winter 
Here 

"Don" — Boy's Swim Leaders 
2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Survey Ed. 
Staff 4; Basketball 1; Swim- 
ming 2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 2, 3, 
4; Red Cross Club 1; Pinochle 
Club 1; Canasta Club 2; Chess 
Club 3; Swim Club 4. 



WISKES, CAROL 

The Redhead and the 
Lady 

"Wisk"— Friendship 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 3; Red Cross Club 
2,3,4. 



WOGENSTAHL, WAYNE 
/ Ain't Goin' Honkey 
Tonkin' Anymore 
"Wogie" — Football 1, 2; 
Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2; 
Stage Crew 1; Ping Pong Club 
3. 



WELLING, CAROL 
Always in Our Hearts 

"Carrie" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 4; Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Chapter Secy. 4; Survey Ed. 
Staff 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comm. 
3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Band Board 
of Directors 3, 4; Publications 
Club 3; Singing for Fun Club 
2; Ukelele Club 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



WILLIAMS, JOHN 
Let a Smile Be Your 
Umbrella 

Entered from West High in 

in Senior Year 
"Jack" — Gymnastics Club 4. 



WISEMAN, DELORES 
ILEAN 

It's Easy to Remember 
"Dee" — Natl. Honor Society 
4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Friendship 2, 
4; Prom Comm. 3; Dance 
Club 2; Music for Fun Club 
3; Charm Club 4. 



WITTLINGER, HAROLD 

Ace of Radio Technicians 
"Skip"— Jr. Play Prod. Staff 
P.A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 
3, 4; Science Club 1, Pres. 1. 



WOHLAND, JEANNE 
The Sunshine of Your 
Smile 

"Jeanie" — Natl. Honor Society 
3, 4, Secy. 4; G.L.C. 2, 3, 4 
Service Club 1; Friendship 2 
3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Letter 
winner 3; Girls Hockey 2, 3 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Comm. 3; Majorette Club 2 
Choir 1 ; Movie Club 3, 4. 



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WOLFENBERG, JOAN 
Hair of Gold, Eyes of 
Blue 

"Joanie" — Natl. Hqnor So- 
ciety 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 4; Friendship 1, 2, 3, 
4, Pres. 1; Survey Bus. Staff 
1, 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Choir 1; 
Camera Club 1; Embroidery 
Club 2; Canasta Club 4. 



WOODRUFF, JANET E. 
Be Happy — Go-Lucky and 
You'll Always Be Happy 

"Sis" — Natl. Honor Society 4; 
Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4, V. 
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Ad. Club 3; 
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Sis- 
ters 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 4; 
Megaphone Club 2; Choir 1; 
Red Cross Club 1; Slide Rule 
Club 1. 



YOPKO, ROBERT M. 
It's Been a Long, Long 
Way 

"Bob"— Jr. Council of World 
Affairs 3, 4; Band 2, 3; Dance 
Club 1; Camera Club 2; 
World Affairs Club 3, 4, Secy. 



WOODFORD, 
LAWRENCE D. 

He Has Hair That Is Red 
"Woody" — Natl. Honor So- 
ciety 4; Boy's Leaders 3, 4; 
Football 1; Basketball 1, 3; 
Baseball 2; Track 1; Band 
1, 2, 3; Movie Club 3, 4, V. 
Pres. 3; Key Club 3, 4, Pres. 4. 



YEARY, NANCY MARIE 
I'd Like to Be Unhappy, 
But I Don't Hate the 
Time 

"Nan" — Natl. Honor Society 
3, 4; Class Secy. 1; Soph. 
Class V. Pres.; Ad. Club 3, 4; 
Friendship 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 2. 
Pres. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Jr May 
Prod. Staff; Prorn <".„, ,n. 3; 
Choir 1; PA. Club 3; Singing 
for Fun Club 2, Senior Cab- 
inet. 



ZANGHI, JOSEPH S. 

Turn Back the Hands of 
Time 

"Giussippi" — Stage Crew 2, 3; 
Camera Club 2; Stage Club 2; 
Chess Club 3, 4; Diamond 
Sports Club 3. 



ZANZIG, RONALD 

I'll Always Remember 
"Ronny" — Hi-Y 4; Band 1; 
PA. Club 2, 3; Camera Club 
2; Checkers Club 3; Round 
Table Club 4. 



65- 1^907 

We, the seniors and graduates, will for- 
ever cherish memories of all the wonderful 
friends we have made and the countless 
good times we have had during our years, 
as the first class to spend our entire high 
school career in Euclid Senior High. 



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Senior ^naps 




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Juniors 



"Oh, that I ivere a man!' 
— Shakespeare 




JUNIOR B OFFICERS 

President _. ._ Ronald Joranko 

Vice-President _ _ William Schneider 

Secretary ^_ Marilyn Muehl 

Treasurer _. _ Judy Dinwoodie 



JUNIOR A OFFICERS 

President Ronald Son 

Vice-President „ Ronald Laccheo 

Secretary __ ___Marlene Mihelich 
Treasurer __ Janet Dyke 




Juniors 



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Class of '53 



Patty Arnold 
Stephen Baltus 
Jack Barone 
Richard Broz 
Thomas Carney 



Donald Carroll 
Joan Clayton 
Ann Corlette 
John Craig 
Bruce Davidson 



Gloria DeNeower 
Janet Dyke 
Robert Dyke 
Ronald Fifolt 
William Fischer 



Jack Kelley 
Russell Klawon 
Shirley Kollar 
Robert Krause 
Alice Kusar 



Ronald Laccheo 
Louis Laddis 
Marlene Mihelich 
Donald Miller 
Ronald Muhic 



Wallace Nido 
Sue Parrill 
Richard Nunnally 
Margaret Pierce 
Bruce Presley 



Phillip Richards 
Michael Santon 
Geraldine Snyder 
Ronald Son 
Edward Speed 




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Juniors 





oseph Starman 
oseph Sullivan 
oseph Steed 

Gerald Turner 

Rose Marie Valencic 



Carol Wagner 
Richard Washburn 
Mildred Worley 
Barbara Zales 
Louis Zupanic 



Ronald Abbott 
Fred Adamowicz 
Richard A liar 
Joan Andeen 
Kenneth Anzells 



Rita Atran 
Mary Lee Babnick 
Lucille Bailey 
Alan Baker 
Evelyn Baldassarre 



Joyce Bales 
Arlene Balint 
Carole Ball 
Michael Bann 
Willa Jean Barney 



Judy Barnhardt 
Donna Barrett 
Robert Barrett 
Robert Bartlett 
William Bartlett 



Connie Bates 
Joanne Bauer 
James Bavetz 
Bruce Beaudry 
Richard Bear 



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Carol Beck 
Robert Behnke 
Shirley Beldin 
Elaine Beltz 
James Bentley 



Edward Bessler 
Jackie Bernier 
Thomas Beveridge 
Don Biller 
Arline Blasius 



Charles Boldin 
Glen Bomhach 
Phil Borovic 
Dawn Bouse 
James Bozell 



Marianne Bradner 
Richard Brennan 
Juanita Brew 
Karl Brockman 
Mark Brose 



Arline Brown 
Donald Browske 
Barbara Buck 
Philip Buhner 
lean Burns 



Shirley Butcke 
Roger Camilly 
Vincent Capello 
Josephine Carlozzi 
Pat Carlson 



Sally Carroll 
Shirley Caruso 
Bruce Case 
Joseph Castrovince 
Nancy Chuha 




Class of '53 



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Constance Clampitt 
Mary Clarke 
Carol Clasen 
Eleanor Collins 
Marsha Colwill 



Virginia Connell 
Patricia Considine 
Donald Contenza 
Myron Cooper 
Shirley Cormiea 



Bernadine Corron 
Michael Costello 
Rita Couk 
Jack Courtot 
Harold Crane 



Eugene Crego 
Thomas Cummings 
Carol Cutler 
Richard Cvetic 
Arnold Dauer 



Bonnie David 
Norman Delaney 
Dorothy Delost 
Marvin DeLuga 
Luana Demeter 



Robert DeShields 
Judith Dinwoodie 
Ronald Dobler 
Jeanne Douttiel 
Arthur Draz 



Joan Dulskis 
Robert Dulskis 
Odette Duvall 
Carolyn Dynes 
William Ebel 



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Class of '53 



Joan Eells 
Robert Ehas 
Vivian Eisler 
Florence Elrick 
Cherie Evans 



Tom Evans 
Judith Ewell 
Judith Eynon 
Joyce Farry 
Mary Ann Fazzan 



Arthur Fee 
Dennis Fielding 
Mary Fellows 
Donald Fink 
Robert Fitzgerald 



Julia Mae Flynn 
Nina Ford 
William Fortner 
Rhetta Francisco 
Larry Frecker 



Rubyann Friedel 
Sylvia Friedman 
Phylis Fridley 
Deborah Gabowitz 
Stewart Gardner 



William Gargiulo 
James Gaylor 
John Gaylor 
Betty Guiffre 
David Glaser 



Marjorie Goers 
Carl Golinar 
Michael Gorden 
Patricia Gorjup 
Jack Gorka 









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Pat Gross 
Frank Guarino 
William Hagy 
William Hall 
Mary Ann Hallack 



William Hammill 
James Hanna 
Jan Hanna 
Joanna Hanson 
Clyde Hart 



Mary Hassink 
Barbara Hazen 
Esther Heinrich 
Ernest Henkel 
Roberta Herman 



Sonya Herold 
Marleen Hoffart 
Barbara Howard 
Leslie Howard 
Joan Huddlestone 



Glen Hughes 
Doreen Hutton 
Kathleen Ingraham 
Sally Irons 
Dale James 



Carolyn Janke 
Myra Jerkic 
Elizabeth Jevnikar 
Frank Jirovec 
Bernice Jokela 



David Johnson 
Ronald Joranko 
Betty Justus 
James Kalin 
Robert Kane 



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Joseph Kantner 
Richard Karlinger 
Joseph Kaurich 
Joyce Kellam 
Anne Kelso 



Gail Kibby 
Marilyn Kline 
Ray Knapp 
Louis Knezevich 
George Koepplinger 



Frank Kokos 
Joan Kostelnik 
Genevieve Kotnik 
Gerald Kotnik 
Larry Krauter 



Max Krecic 
Karen Kreinheder 
Patricia Krome 
Marcia Kuchara 
Thomas Kunkel 




Tony Kure 
Ronald Laseak 
Carl Lasinski 
Kenneth Lasko 
Mary Edith Lebok 



Patricia Lefferts 
Arlene Lengel 
Margaret Libby 
Joyce Long 
Glen Long 



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Shirley Magnusson 
James Majoros 
Richard Makman 
Eileen Mannion 
Duane Mansperger 



Walter Mapes 
James Marcombe 
Patricia Marett 
Lois Margo 
Mary Martin 



Betty Matyasic 
Veronica Mauer 
William Mauser 
Jan McCandless 
Thomas McCarthy 



Leonard McCormack 
Mary Lou McClure 
James McDermott 
Barbara McGowen 
Pat McKibben 



Cherie McKenzie 
Michael Michael 
William Mikolsky 
Adrienne Miller 
Fred Miller 



Violet Milosevich 
Mary Ann Mitch 
Barbara Mittelstadt 
Gerald Mlachak 
Nancy Mobley 



William Morgan 
David Morse 
Elaine Moser 
Dan Mramor 
Marilyn Muehl 



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Class of 53 



Geraldine Muchii 
William Mullins 
Joseph Murray 
Gloria Myers 
Joan Myers 



Richard Nemeth 
David Niccum 
Frank Nimmo 
John Novak 
Shirley Olsen 



Joan Outten 
Roger Pae 
Catherine Paola 
Patricia Palm 
Helen Marie Papes 



Joseph Pascal 
Eileen Pavelina 
Manuel Paz 
Kathryn Peck 
Derra Lee Pennoyer 



Geraldine Percio 
Charles Peterson 
Norman Petrik 
Gerald Petrofas 
Ronald Phillips 



Frank Phillips 
Veral Pierce 
Albert Potocnik 
Jeanne Powell 
Sylvia Pringle 



Ronald Rado 
Patricia Rady 
Phoebe Raney 
Arthur Reed 
Steve Repasy 




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Charles Reier 
William Rice 
Lenore Richards 
John Richmond 
Gary Risley 



Robert Roach 
Paul Rogers 
Shirley Rojeck 
Eunice Rose 
Howard Rose 



Steve Rosic 
Dan Ross 
Donald Runo 
Thomas Sabbath 
Marleen Sabec 



Laura Jean Samsa 
Robert Sanders 
Edward Santon 
Robert Schaerfl 
Carol Scheerer 



Geraldine Schmitz 
William Schneider 
John Seleman 
Edith Sherrill 
Kenneth Sims 



Patricia Shrewsbury 
Constance Sieker 
Marily Skiff 
Gertrude Skrobot 
Sharon Sladek 



David Smith 
Roland Smith 
Julie Smith 
Jack Soil 
Sue Spangler 



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Rosalie Squires 
Marcia Stark 
Clyde Stapp 
Beverly Stevens 
Thomas Stevenson 



David Stinson 
Ray Stills 
Donald Streck 
Patricia Sullivan 
Donald Sustar 



Eleanor Sutherland 
Sally Telisman 
Otto Thomas 
Theadore Thomas 
Donna Thompson 



Robert Thornicroft 
Richard Todd 
Frank Toplak 
William Trout 
Geraldine Turk 



Joseph Turkall 
Allan Vendeland 
Dale Vend 
Carol Verbsky 
Donald Vicic 



John Von Hof 
Thomas Walklet 
Emily Wallace 
Gerald Walsh 
James Waters 



Rosella Waterwash 
Mary Louise Weir 
William Weiss 
Edward Welling 
Willard Wertenburger 




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ii 




Susan Wettrich 
Donald Whiteside 
Kenneth Whitlow- 
Barbara Whitlow 
Richard Whitney 



Donald Wiech 
Ruth Wilk 
Edward Williams 
Josephine Williams 
Shirley Williams 



Bridson Wills 
Richard Wohlegemuth 
Kenneth Wuchte 
Betty Yanchar 
Joan Yarbrough 



Mary Louise Zahler 
Gary Zanzig 
Richard Zgonc, 
John Bezaskj 



WJ l'fWQ\! 



We, the juniors of 1952, will never 
forget . . . the Hallowe'en party . . . white 
bucks . . . the Epicure . . . detentions 
. . . National Honor Society installation 
. . . Spring Green . . . beating Heights in 
basketball . . . Hi-Y-Friendship Formal 
. . . Student Council elections. 




Sophomores 



"Even so it was with me when I was young." 
— Shakespeare 




Class Officers 

SOPHOMORE OFFICERS 

President _. --George Opalich 

Vice President _. —Joanne Lacey 

Secretary _ _ .__ Barbara Janke 

Treasurer _. __Ray Leber 



CLASS SPONSORS 

S««<w - ._. Mr. Bruce Graham 

Junior _. ._ Mrs. Margarette Heinrz 

Sophotnore __ . Mr. Anthony Vaccariello 




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Class of 54 



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Sopnomores 



Dennis Adams 
Wanda Allison 
Carl Andeen 
Gordon Anderson 
Richard Anderson 
Rose Marie Arthur 
Harvey Austin 

Fred Bailey 
Thomas Baker 
Jeane Baldassarre 
Donald Balogh 
Mary Bambakakis 
Sandra Barish 
Benham Bates 

William Battenheld 
Carol Bayer 
Shirley Beale 
Lois Becht 
Janise Beifuss 
Dale Benthimer 
Phyllis Berardenelli 

John Bernacki 
Arthur Berndt 
Joan Bernhardt 
Celia Berns 
Shirley Bickley 
Robert Binder 
Audrey Blanc 

Robert Blansett 
Geraldine Blazek 
Deena Bohn 
Marcia Boldin 
Marjorie Boldin 
Irene Boyce 
Barbara Boytim 

Judy Bradley 
Bernadine Bradner 
Joseph Brawner 
Phyllis Bremser 
Marilyn Breskvar 
Richard Bronkall 
Barbara Brown 

William Brown 
Richard Browning 
Louis Brozina 
Howard Brubaker 
Mary Louise Bubonics 
Florence Budan 
Marvin Burkholder 

Maureen Burns 
Doris Burr 
Joseph Burval 
Paul Busch 
Lee Bush 

Maureen Callahan 
Shirley Cameron 

Joan Campbell 
William Carlton 
Al Carlson 
Carol Carlson 
Richard Carney 
Barbara Carpenter 
Paul Carr 




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Audrey Crooks 
mes D'Amico 
Patricia Dansizen 

ean Daus 
David Davis 

ames Dawson 
Angela DeCapua 










Peggy Delaney 
ames Deleese 
Dorothy Dennis 
net Dickerson 
Robert Dietz 
Angela DiFranco 
Forest Dixon 

Lenore D'Onofrio 
Barbara Dorn 
David Douglas 
Lawrence Downing 
Michael Dragas 
Audrey Dranse 
Andrew DrotleiT 

Barbara Early 
Janet Eiber 

ames Eichenberger 

anice Eldred 

ack Elliott 
Marilyn Ely 
Eugene Emter 

Madeline Esposito 
Warren Fabian 
ames Fairchild 
Donald Falk 
Christine Fasio 
Charles Fensch 
Noreen Ferris 

Donna Fifolt 
Marlene Fischer 
Marge FitzPatrick 
Regina Flack 
Robert Fleming 
Sam Fleming 
Kenneth Flickenger 

Stephen Flocke 
Russell Florentine 
Ronald Florjancic 
Audrey Foerste 
Thomas Fouser 
Richard Freeh 
Ramona Fridley 



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Richard Gale 
Robert Gallagher 
Richard Gallier 
Wallace Gallier 
Donna Galloway 
Charles Gent 
James Geram 

David Gerland 
Dolores Germano 
Charles Gem 
Rebecca Gibbons 
Carol Gielink 
Robert Gilchrist 
Gale Gleitz 

Harry Gole 
Curtis Gordon 
Shirley Greaves 
Delores Gregorek 
Lois Gruhn 
Robert Gulic 
Richard Hadley 

Joanne Haight 
Donald Hale 
Coleen Hall 
Gail Hamilton 
Nancy Hansen 
Neva Hansen 
Ronald Hanslik 

Carol Harper 
Donna Hartzell 
John Hauser 
Sandra Haw 
Ronald Hazlett 
Myrna Headington 
Dennis Heeter 

Patricia Hegedus 
Robert Hencie 
William Hensley 
Myron Hill 
John Hocevar 
Charles Hoefle 
Arthur Holdren 

Patricia Holler 
Helene Holsltein 
Wilberta Holub 
William Horton 
Agnes Horvath 
Arthur Hrovat 
Robert Hulvat 

Chris Hummell 
Frank Hurka 
Jackie Hurless 
Frank Iafelice 
Josephine Iafelice 
Willomany Inman 
Robertann Intorcio 

Mike Iosue 
Geraldine Jacksa 
Gerald Jacobs 
Barbara Janke 
Mary Ann Jelco 
Barbara Jenne 
Howard Jerabek 




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I 






C* r% 




Julia Jerabek 
Merle Johnson 
Gloria Jones 
Vera Kalasky 
Dennis Kehn 
Dolores Kekac 
James Kellam 

Kay Kelley 
Jack Kern 
Marilyn King 
Joan Kingsford 
Carol Kliendienst 
Barbara Klima 
Lucy Anne Kline 

Pat Klosky 
Sylvia Klug 
Nancy Knaus 
Sandra Knerr 
Douglas Kollar 
Richard Kornblum 
Martin Kosteinshek 

Janet Kovach 
Kenneth Kozel 
Bernard Krotine 
Lawrence Kuehn 
Robert Kuk 
Donald Kump 
Arlene Kunchik 

Donald Kurti 
Margie Kusar 
Joanne Lacey 
Betty LaMacchia 
John Langdon 
Tony Lanza 
Phyllis Lapinskas 

Ronald Lapinskas 
Carl Laubler 
Jack Laubler 
Ray Leber 
Marilyn Leutbecher 
Edwin Libby 
Jean Lindner 



David Lindsay 
Marilyn Lloyd 
Patricia Lockwood 
Hal Lohse 
Elaine Lokar 
Donna Long 
William Long 

Rosemarie Lorenz 
Edwin Ludvik 
Henry Luetkemeyer 
Donna Lyon 
June Marchione 
James Marcus 
Doris Maria 

Carol Marolt 
Ronald Marvar 
Donna Mason 
Carol Mathias 
Patsy Mayhew 
Patricia McCarthy 
Donna McCumber 



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Ronald Ernest Myers 
David Nelligan 
Lynn Nesbitt 
Janet Newman 
Robert Newman 
Lawrence Oberdank 
Jean O'Connor 



Joan Ogilvie 
Raymond Omerza 
Joan O'Ne 
George Opalich 
Jack Orcutt 
Annette Orlando 
Joan Osborn 

Sally Palazzo 
Janice Panty 
Martin Papes 
Michael Papouras 
Franklin Paratore 
Ronald Park 
Richard Parker 

Constance Parr 
Jack Paskins 
Mike Patete 
Peggy Patrick 
Jacqulyn Peck 
Gerald Pederson 
Mary Pemberton 

Nannette Pennoyer 
Kenneth Perovich 
Gerald Peters 
Arthea Peterson 
Evelyn Petrofes 
Mildred Ph 
Arthur Picciotti 

Janice Pleitchwait 
Robert Porter 
Carol Potocar 
Mary Ellen Powell 
Ronald Queen 
Robert Ragborg 
Thomas Rahz 



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Marilyn Rauth 
Kayann Reeves 
Leonard Reiter 
Leo Rice 
Ruth Rice 
Nevin Riley 
Charles Rittenberg 

David Roberts 
Joan Rufener 
Robert Sandman 
Doris Sanger 
William Scharlau 
Janet Schlauch 
Marilyn Schmalz 

Paul Schmidt 
Grace Schuler 
Richard Schultz 
Robert Schwartz 
Sue Schweizer 
Edward Seaman 
Richard Secondo 

Richard Shahovsky 
John Shannon 
Russell Shawke 
Al Sheppert 
Harold Shirk 
George Sim 
Gayle Skerritt 

John Skinner 
Christine Skodlar 
Donald Skranc 
Robert Slonaker 
Ronald Sluga 
Robert Smalley 
Marcia Smaltz 

Barbara Smith 
Bonnie Lou Smith 
Bradley Smith 
Janis Smith 
Ralph Smith 
Robert Smith 
James Snider 

Beulah Snyder 
Patricia Sodja 
James Sperl 
Jean Spice 
John Stanley 
Carol Staples 
Jack Steele 



Adam Stegh 
Thomas Stokes 
Edith Stone 
Jack Such 
Richard Swetel 
James Teegardin 
Anthony Tekancic 

Patricia Teklinski 
William Tentler 
Graham Teschke 
Dolores Tewell 
Ted Thomas 
Chauncey Thompson 
Frank Thompson 



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Thomas Thompson 
Nancy Todd 
Thomas Tome 
Louis Tortoric 
JoAnne Tumbry 
Susan Tweed 
Robert Ullmann 

Frances Urankar 
Jay Valentine 
Carol VanScoder 
Joann Ventra 
Vincent Ventra 
Ray Vespe 
Nadja Vidmar 

Dolores Walensa 
Richard Waid 
Mercer Walklet 
Charles Walter 
Alan Walton 
William Warholic 
Mary Watkins 



Kenneth Watson 
Marian Watts 
Geneva Webb 
Gary Weir 
Carol Weisert 
James Welsh 
Willis Weyandt 

Gloria Wheeler 
Wayne White 
Lloyd Wilk 
Carole Williams 
Jane Williams 
Beverly Wilson 
Robert Wiltshire 

Donald Worthington 
Irene Yakos 
Gerald Yarcusko 
LeRoy Yeary 
Patricia Yoger 
Mary Jane Yopko 
Victor Zaletel 



Anastasia Zayatz 
Charles Ziegenfus 
Leonard Ziegler 
Mary Lou Zulic 




We, the sophomores of 1952, will al- 
ways remember . . . looking forward to 
being juniors . . . getting used to E.H.S. 
. . . the class party that wasn't . . . the 
basketball and wrestling tournaments . . . 
cramming for final exams . . . Johnny Rae 
. . . report cards. 




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Classes 



"In nature's infinite book of secrecy 
A little 1 can read." 

— Shakespeare 




With our present-day speed in transporta- 
tion and communication we can, and many 
of us will, set foot on foreign soil after only 
several hours of travel. People everywhere 
are now our neighbors, and to understand 
them and to help them understand us is an 
urgent matter, for world events have put 
America in a position of leadership among 
nations. 

Graduates are reporting that their foreign 
language study has, in some cases, so in- 
creased their capacity to serve their employ- 
ers that they have received promotions and 
wage increases as a result. Likewise, military 
personnel stationed on foreign soil have a 
distinct advantage through the knowledge 
of languages, and, with a large number of 
young people destined to serve in the armed 
forces, language study has become highly 
practical in this new way. 

A variety of activities, such as songs, 
games, short plays, and occasional motion 
pictures, help to prevent monotony and in- 
spire interest. Letters are frequently ex- 
changed with foreign "pen pal." Some stu- 
dents have continued to correspond with 
foreign boys and girls long after graduation. 
A few have exchanged gifts back and forth 
across the oceans. In this time of world 
crisis, when the United States so urgently 
needs the genuine friendship of other na- 
tions, no better channel of good will exists 
than that of the reciprocal friendships of 
American youth and the youth of foreign 
lands. This is the best type of diplomacy. 

Foreign languages among which French, 
Spanish, Latin and German are taught at 
E.H.S., can be used to personal pleasure and 
profit, and to the greater service of the 
nation. 



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Language 



The Social Studies department of E.H.S. 
has many specific objectives in addition to 
merely having students learn facts from a 
book. The study of the various phases of the 
social study curriculum helps a student to 
acquire certain attitudes and habits of schol- 
arship, both for his own sake, and for the 
sake of practical utility. He learns the use 
and application of certain tools such as the 
adequate organization and composition of 
written materials that are useful in school 
and after the period of formal schooling is 
over. Through the study of such famous 
thinkers as Socrates and Thales he develops 
original thought through appreciation, and 
by becoming acquainted with the principles 
of government, religion, and social conduct 
which furnish the origin of those under 
which we now live they understand better 
our modern day problems. 

To encourage the highest type of citizen- 
ship in problems dealing with government, 
economics, religion, and race whose solutions 
depend entirely upon an intelligent and un- 
derstanding attitude of all future active par- 
ticipants in American democracy, and try 
to develop those qualities which will make 
for a most intelligent citizenship is not 
these least of the goals toward which the 
social studies teacher strives. The encour- 
agement of a cooperative spirit or an atti- 
tude of tolerance and the appreciation of 
culture are two added incentives added to 
the list of advantages. An appreciation for 
culture means respect for music, art and 
literature and the part they have played in 
our civilization, not that every person taking 
rocial studies need be an artist, musician or 
FCulptor. The last and, perhaps, the most 
important benefit derived from the social 
studies curriculum is the training in research 
and interpretation the student receives while 
studying source materials for the purpose of 
interpretation and evaluation. 

This then is the strong basic platform 
upon which the social studies department 
begins to mold Euclid's young citizens. 



Social Studies 





Science 




A knowledge of the various sciences is 
extremely useful as well as being rewarding. 
In almost every profession there arises a 
need for a knowledge of scientific principles. 
At Euclid High the program of scientific 
study which is offered to all students is a 
varied one. 

Physics, the science which deals with mat- 
ter and its ability to perform work, includes 
the study of mechanics, heat, light and elec- 
tricity. It has many ramifications into other 
sciences such as astronomy, geology, chem- 
istry, biology and medicine. It is not so 
much a science dealing with matter of en- 
ergy alone, but one that involves a study of 
the underlying principles which operate in 
this universe in which we have our being. 

Horticulture is the art of growing vegeta- 
bles, fruits and flowers. In its most exten- 
sive signification, it includes the cultivation 
of esculent vegetables, and ornamental 
shrubs, a knowledge of which aids the home 
owner throughout life. 

Biology is the study and knowledge of 
living beings and organized matter as dis- 
tinguished from inanimate things or inor- 
ganic matter. The course includes the origin, 
structure, development, functions, reproduc- 
tion and distribution of plants and animals. 

Chemistry is that natural science which 
treats of the composition of matter, the 
changes produced in it when subjected to 
peculiar conditions such as heat, pressure 
or light. It deals more particularly with mat- 
ter and includes the determination of char- 
acteristics which serve to distinguish one 
substance from another. 

This in brief is Euclid's science curricu- 
lum. It is serving to give students a brief 
glimpse into all phases of scientific study, 
and is preparing them for professions and 
life. 



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We all enjoy being challenged. Mathe- 
matics fulfills that desire. Our depattment 
offers: Shop Mathematics, Algebra, Geom- 
etry, Trigonometry. 

Shop Math will enable a student to pro- 
ceed in any kind of shop work, or any other 
skilled work involving tools, for that matter. 
Many shop problems involving algebra, 
geometry, and trigonometry are solved. 

Algebra is the foundation of all math 
courses following it. Without algebra there 
would be no calculus. It requires on the 
part of every student extreme care and 
exactness. 

Geometry is a study of the more common 
shapes and forms in a plane and also in a 
space such as polygons, prisms, spheres. The 
principal aim of geometry is to train stu- 
dents to think clearly and logically and to 
give them experience in expressing them- 
selves orally. 

Trigonometry is mainly a utilitarian sub- 
ject but is absolutely necessary for those who 
contemplate advancement in science or engi- 
neering fields. The students get acquainted 
with mathematical tables and the solution of 
right and oblique triangles. 

All of the courses in mathematics except 
shop math are a necessity for the student 
entering a career of engineering or science. 
The need of mathematics in tool and die 
work, tool designing, and machine shop is 
beyond questioning. Advancement is rapid 
if the individual is skilled in mathematics. 
The courses of math are sufficient for all 
the skilled trades in and out of industry. 
As well as for a foundation for further 
mathematics in higher education. 




Mathematics 



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ysica 



1 Ed 



ucation 



The physical education program for boys 
and girls is perhaps one of the most im- 
portant in the Euclid High curriculum. Its 
purpose is to develop and maintain physical 
efficiency, establish desirable health attitudes, 
develop permanent interest in recreational 
activities, sportsmanship and a sense of fair 
play, self-control, poise, grace, ease and self- 
assurance. 

The various seasonal activities are to help 
students learn rules of the games, to play 
skillfully, to become a more intelligent spec- 
tator and promote fine attitudes of sports- 
manship and teamwork in addition to devel- 
oping a respectful attitude toward the deci- 
sions of officials. The program includes field 
hockey, archery, and basketball for the girls 
and tumbling, relays, Softball, and track for 
the boys. 

All students may participate in the swim- 
ming program at least once a week. Groups 
are divided according to proficiency and the 
beginners learn the fundamental principles 
while those who are more advanced study 
diving and work toward a degree in life- 
saving. Water polo and other games are 
enjoyed during the recreation periods. 

One class period per week is devoted to 
education in the care of the body and the 
way it functions. Fundamental instruction in 
first aid is included in this course and all 
students are required to keep a workbook 
of the various subjects studied. 

A definite part of the physical education 
program is the intramural games. Both boys 
and girls participate in the inter-class bas- 
ketball, volleyball, and baseball tournaments. 



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Home Economics 



The Home Arts Course offers the high 
school girl the greatest success and satisfac- 
tion both now and after she is married. At 
present our courses are limited to the foods 
laboratory and the clothing laboratory and 
to a single period, one semester course called 
Home and Family Relations. 

In the foods laboratory the girl learns to 
be a clever hostess, or a perfect guest when 
she is invited out. Girls place and arrange 
details for a party, for the least amount of 
money. While learning to place and prepare 
foods well, she learns to eat wisely, to im- 
prove her health, figure, and complexion. 
In this way she improves her appearance 
and pep. Here is a course boys could well 
advise their girl friends to take. 

Not all persons have time to make all the 
garments they wear, so girls are taught what 
to look for in buying a dress and how to get 
the best value for what she pays. In the 
sewing laboratory girls learn how to look 
their best through a good choice of color 
and design. They learn to care for and repair 
clothing. Many of them make a child's gar- 
ment. In this way they get a well rounded 
experience to prepare them for buying or 
making clothing when they work or marry. 

G.rls and boys taking the course called 
Home and Family Relations may use this 
credit for Home Arts or Social Studies. 
Here they learn how to get along with their 
families and how to meet the problems of 
married life. 

The Home Arts Department offers courses 
which prepare a girl for the greatest career 
of her life — marriage. 

It might be well to elect such a course in 
the senior year in the College course. Girls 
who are unhappy in their present course 
should talk over their problem with the dean 
and plan to take such courses as they will 
use daily when they marry. 




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The music department offers a wealth of 
opportunity for the student talented in either 
vocal or instrumental music to express him- 
self in this vein. There is an opportunity for 
all, and both popular and classical fields are 
touched. It is possible to be a member of 
one of the large groups such as Choir, Band 
or Orchestra. It is also possible to be a 
member of one of the many small ensembles 
sponsored by the department. 

Even more important than the music 
which is learned is the sense of social re- 
sponsibility developed. The fact that he is 
a member of a group and that others depend 
upon him is stressed to the members of a 
musical organization. Thus he meets a situ- 
ation which will be constantly with him in 
later life. 

Opportunity is presented for the youth of 
our school to appear before the public and 
develop a sense of stage presence and poise. 
This too will be valuable to him in later life 
in other fields than just music. 

Naturally a desire to play or sing is stim- 
ulated, and it is hoped an understanding and 
appreciation of the finer type of music is 
developed. But, far more important to the 
minds of the faculty of the music depart- 
ment is the development of the individual 
boy or girl, into a good citizen of the future. 



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Commercial 



The students enrolled in Euclid's com- 
mercial department have been given many 
privileges and advantages through the ap- 
plication of the old adage — "students learn 
to do by doing." 

These pupils have obtained much valuable 
experience which will be useful to them in 
their life's work. 

The commercial department at Euclid 
High School, which enrolls a large percentage 
of the student body, consists of two divisions 
— the regular commercial and co-operative 
commercial. The regular commercial course 
offers an opportunity to learn within the 
school, while the co-operative commercial 
combines this with actual working experi- 
ence for compensation outside the school. 

Our commercial department prepares stu- 
dents in three different ways: 1. For their 
life work. 2. As an aid to those entering 
other occupations. 3. As an aid to those 
students who will enter college. 

Students attending college find their busi- 
ness training useful in taking notes during 
lecture periods, typing term papers, essays, 
etc., and for obtaining part time jobs. Boys 
entering the United States Armed Services 
have been finding their business training ex- 
ceptionally helpful. 

The offerings of the commercial depart- 
ment include Business Information, Type- 
writing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Business 
English, Business Math, Business Law, Cleri- 
cal Practice and Business Practice. 




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Industrial Arts 



Generally speaking, the Art and Industrial 
Arts courses are designed as nearly as pos- 
sible to provide instruction and experience 
basic to the vocations and avocations repre- 
sented in our school, shops, and craft rooms. 

The industrial arts subjects as set up are 
not intended to prepare anyone for a specific 
job such as running a drill press or becoming 
a specialist in repairing automobile carbur- 
etors of a certain make. The instructors try 
to give a broad background in the subject, 
to develop basic skills peculiar to the field, 
and to teach cooperation within the group. 

The general art course is given with the 
idea of providing as many different experi- 
ences and types of work as possible. This in- 
cludes all kinds of painting and drawing, 
craftwork and ceramics, lettering and design. 
The craft course gives more specific instruc- 
tions in ceramics, enameling, silver work and 
plastics. There is also a course in lettering, 
poster and window display work. 

The printing course gives the beginner a 
chance to learn to set type, run presses and 
design layouts. Advanced students set up 
and print the school paper and large pro- 
grams. The general metals course gives ex- 
periences in bench metal, sheet metal, art 
metal, forging, arc and gas welding, and 
foundry. The machine shop instruction in- 
cludes work on metal lathes, milling ma- 
chine, shaper, drill press, grinder and the 
use of precision measuring instruments. 
Automotives gives the theory and practice 
of the automobile with a chance to work on 
rhe important parts of the vehicle. Auto 
driving is the standard A A. A. course which 
prepares a beginner for his operator's license. 
Mechanical drawing is valuable and neces- 
sary to a future engineer or industrial work- 
er. Our course teaches the handling of draft- 
ing tools the understanding of drawing sym- 
bols used in the machine trades and archi- 
tecture. The proper work habits are stressed 
and advanced students go deeply into archi- 
tectural or machine drawing. The wood- 
working course is valuable to anyone who 
would like to use wood for constructing 
furniture, models, or craft projects. The use 
of hand and machine tools is taught, along 
with the preparation and finishing of wood 
surfaces. Stagecraft is a specialized wood- 
working course, with the emphasis on scen- 
ery construction, stage lighting and proper- 
ties construction. 



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English 



Used in thinking and communicating 
ideas, a skillful use of language is necessary 
for every intellectual endeavor and most 
social relationships. Through many experi- 
ences each six-weeks period, Euclid students 
continually improve their reading, writing, 
speaking, and listening, helping to make 
better citizens, to become successful in their 
life work, and to live happy, well adjusted 
personal lives. 

In English, students develop their ability to 
read varied materials, to interpret ideas, to 
judge the worth of what they read. Reading 
American literature and that of other coun- 
tries contributing to our culture helps stu- 
dents to interpret their glorious heritage, to 
develop sound attitudes toward various 
phases of life, and affords sympathetic under- 
standing of other places, people, and times. 
Such reading fosters self-understanding. The 
need to understand human nature and to 
improve human relationships has never been 
greater than it is now. 

All English courses include frequent op- 
portunities to speak and write. Through 
these experiences students develop the power 
and desire to express themselves effectively, 
to use appropriate diction, and select and 
arrange materials for presentation to others. 
Besides increasing ability to think and ex- 
press thoughts students learn to listen sym- 
pathetically and critically and thereby be- 
come more intelligent viewers of plays, tele- 
vision, listeners of the radio, and readers of 
books, magazines, and newspapers. 

In addition to courses which all students 
take, many elect more specialized courses in 
speech, radio, dramatics, and journalism. 
Euclid students engage in interscholastic 
speech and writing contests, speak in weekly 
assemblies, and write for the school publica- 
tions, the Survey and the Euclidian. 




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A well-rounded high school curriculum 
offers an outlet for each student's varied in- 
terests. Such is the program offered at E.H.S. 
In addition to every possible advantage in the 
fields of the arts and sciences, courses which 
flavor the schedule as well as provide knowl- 
edge that is not easily obtained from a text- 
book are such things as crafts, where projects 
in plastic and metal are created, and the auto 
driving course in which students learn traffic 
laws and the correct way to handle an auto- 
mobile. 

Even the finest curriculum is weak unless 
the student is afforded study time and sources 
of information. Our efficiently-operated 
brary with its wealth of new and varied 
pamphlets, books and magazines is conveni- 
ently located on the second floor and accessi- 
ble to everyone in search of facts. In addi- 
tion to the library during study periods, an 
honor study hall or one that is faculty super- 
vised, offers each student a quiet place in 
which to complete assignments or catch up 
on his reading. 



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Music 









"Lull'd uitb sound of sweetest melody." 
— Shakespeare 




Concert Band 




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An outstanding group of musicians with a 
varied program of activities aptly describes the 
Euclid High School Concert Band. Under the 
direction of Mr. Dale Harper, the band helped 
to give General MacArthur a musical welcome 
on his visits to Tapco and Graphite Bronze on 
September 9th. 

The Concert In Swing held on January 15th 
featured the Top Ten Tunes as chosen by Euclid 
students. Band members staged an excellent per- 
formance with their clever dramatizations of the 
latest popular songs. 

In addition to several concerts at local fac- 



Rou I — J. Lindstrom, C. Welling, G. Emerich, E. Kalberer, 

A. Browning. Rou 2 — K. Smith, R. Lapinskas, 

P. Richards, J. Johnson, D. Morse. 



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tories, the Winter Concert held on March 28, 
the Spring Concert held on May 16, and the Dis- 
trict and State Band Contests were major projects 
of the band. 

The social calendar of a Concert Band member 
included several roller skating parties and the gala 
Military Ball held at Cleveland Heights High on 
November 10th. 

Since the majority of band members are fine 
musicians in their own right, it was no surprise 
that many of them ranked high in the solo and 
ensemble contests held on May 9 and 10. 




Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Teeters, Mr. Harper, Mr. Clark. 



A Capella Choir 




Rou 1—H. Hershey, J. Dondrea, B. Carano, K. Moschell, R. Todd, B. McCulley, V. Menill, J. Sullivan, S. Wettrich, 
P. Fridlev. D. Bouse. J. Dourtiel. Rotr 2 — J. Myers, V. Connell, E. Beltz, A. Brown, R. Pae, D. Miller, B. Monnett, 

B. Dyke, L. Laddis, M. Muehl, A. Kelso," M. Kuchara. Row 3— P. Carlson, M. Geddes, R. Walensa, A. Baker, T. 
Evans. D. Carroll, C. Warkins, M. Goers, J. Blanc, S. Carroll, B. Srevens. Row 4 — D. Barrert, S. Telisman, S. Burke, 
J. Kellam, E. Hienrich, S. Gardner, F. Ham, R. Laccheo, A. Sowden, S. Spangler, M. Dowis. Row 5 — P. Palm, M. 
Srone, C. McKenzie, J. Silverman, R. Geisr, W. Nido, C. Dynes, S. Johnson, C. McNellan, G. Glenn, Miss Tompkins. 
Row 6 — J. Bren, K. Ingraham, B. Kirk, M. Martin, D. Richards, D. Streck, J. Jirovec, M. Zahler, L. Payne, C. Hartzell. 
Rou 7 — G. Kibhy. M. Skiff, C. Swackhamer, J. Aldred, M. Jerkic, A. Aitken, D. Thompson, B. Corran, L. Margo, 

C. Gardner, R. Arran. 



One of the most active organizations in the 
music department in 1952 was the A Capella 
Choir. In addition to singing at Baccalaureate and 
Commencement, the choir traveled to Tapco on 
December 20th to do six shows for the Tapco 
employees. As a reward, they were served a turkey 
dinner. The same night they went to the Terminal 
Tower for a half-hour show. They participated in 
the Lake Erie League Festival which was held at 
Lorain in March, and the Spring Concert in which 
they featured various folk songs. Perhaps the most 
impressive program was the annual Christmas 
Program in which the choir presented many 
familiar carols as well as a pageant and sacred 
music. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS 




Row 1 — B. Kirk, W. Nido, A. Aitkin, B. Carano, A. Sowden, 
P. McNellan, J. Dondrea. Row 2 — J. Bentley, M. Geddes, 
C. Swackhamer, B. Corran, D. Todd, S. Spangler, B. Dyke, 
Miss Tompkins. 



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The orchestra rehearses for the mid-year 
Commencement exercises. 



The familiar sounds of instruments being tuned 
issued forth from the Band Room three days a 
week as the Orchestra tuned up for its seventh 
period practice session. 

An indispensable part of the success of those 
days, Baccalaureate and Commencement, which 
are significant to every senior, they played the tra- 
ditional "Pomp and Circumstance" as the graduates 
filed into and left the auditorium. 

The practices were also in preparation for the 
annual Christmas Concert which was held Decem- 
ber 18th, the Lake Erie League Orchestra Festival 
held at Euclid on February 9, and the Orcthestra 
contests in which Euclid participated in May. 




Row 1— D. Miller, J. Douttiel, B. Mansperger, H. Scholpp, E. Kalberer, A. Dranse. Row 2— 
T. Baker, N. Hansen, P. McDermott, S. Knerr, D. Allar, J. Carney, D. Plesnicar, D. Mansperger, 
E. Libby, A. Carlson. Row 3— R. Knapp, S. Dirk, M. Holfelder, C. Chlopek, D. Morse, D. McKay, 
J. Johnson, P. Richards. J. Dawson, Mr. Harper, R. Francisco, A. Shepard. 



Orchestra 



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Which will it be? Turkey or Beans. This was the question asked by members of the 
Marching Band during football season. Divided into two sections, the band was graded 
as to the way they had performed in practice. The scores would be tallied and the winners 
were to have a turkey dinner given for them by the Exchange Club while the losers 
ate beans. Each week Mr. Dale Harper, Mr. Albert Mitchell, Mr. Robert Clark, and Mr. 
James Teeters taught them new routines and good marching habits in preparation for 
football games, the Western Reserve Homecoming Parade and the Memorial Day 
Parade. Routines included formations with lights, and the majorettes added their bit 
by performing a new dance every week. At the end of the football season it was decided 
that every member of the band deserved a reward for hard work so everyone had turkey. 



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ing 




H ixed 
Chorus 




Row 1—M. Lloyd, D. Hartzell, J. Pliechwait, M. Cefaratti, D. Glazer, K. Kelley, F. DeVito, J. Lacey, 
K. Watson, B. Boytim. Ron 1 2 — C. Kleindeinst, J. Mutchler, J. Schneller, R. Arthur, H. Jerebek. 

B. Horton, J. Skinner, H. Shirk, M. Petite, M. Esposito, Miss Tompkins. Row 3 — M. Burns, J. Daus, 

C. Baer, C. Carlson, D. Lindsay, J. Paskins, J. Kellam, F. Iafalice, C. Mosall, C. Staples. Row 4 
M. Powell, J. Schneller, N. Knaus, W. Holub, E. Considine, F. Smith, J. Peters, R. Chapman, J. 
Burns, M. Zulic, P. Miller. Row 5 — J. Bradley, P. Bremser, J. Marchione, S. Beale, R. Snyder, 
R. Lupe, D. Davis, J. Beifuss, N. Marrow, A. Peterson. Row 6 — M. Breskvar, C. Wagner, S. Kollar, 
J. Dyke, J. Eickenberger, B. Tentler, J. Sperl, K. Morgan, I. Bayce, S. Tweed. 




Girls 
Glee 
Club 



Row 1 — C. Paola, J. Ruffner, L. Bailey, L. Becht, M. Johnson, B. Howard, M. Babnic, Miss Tomp- 
kins. Row 2 — R. Fridley, C. Harper, L. Kline, E. Lebok, S. Magnusson, J. Dinwoodie, A. Jones. 



Girls 
Ensemble 




Row 1 — Joan Myers, J. Burns, M. Skiff, J. Douttiel, A. Kelso. 
E. Beltz, S. Telisman. 



-L. Margo, R. Friedel, 



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Muvccians of Note 




ipt-rgcr, D. I'l 




Publications 



"I cannot speak so well, nothing so well." 

• — Shakespeare 




EDITORIAL STAFF 



Row I — C. Bates, G. Uhry, J. Lindstrom, A. Browning, A. Lokar, J. Lowell, M. Hale, A. Sowden, 
A. Kelso. Raw 2 — P. Lynch, J. Myers, C. Kazar, S. Spangler, R. Walensa, S. Mardorf, C. Cutler, 
E. Lokar, S. Pringle. Row 3 — M. Kaplan, F. DeVito, K. Smith, J. Dugan, J. Gottschling, R. Makman, 
T. Tome. 



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II ' A - A & B. vB' A A 




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R»rv^ni 


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BUSINESS STAFF 



#o!<- i — J. Luikart, R. Dyke, N. Colbow, J. Covert, J. Richmond, B. Presley, F. Elrick. Row 2- 
R. Schmidt, M. Stark, J. Hanna, D. Pennoyer, J. Levkovitz, G. Stevenson, J. Bauer, J. Eiber. Row 3- 
J. Dyke, S. Kollar, C. Wagner, J. Lacey, B. Boytim, P. Gorjup, E. Kalberer, N. Zupancic. Row 4- 
V. Menill, R. Klawon, R. Son, R. Laccheo, D. Carroll, K. Sims, D. Maczuga, V. Brazil. Rou 1 5- 
D. Sodja, M. Miskerich, C. Stark, C. Staples, G. DeNoewer, K. Shirilla, J. Blanc. 




The Publications Office, 
scene of all the Survey and 
Euclidian activity. 




EUCLIDIAN advisors, Mr. Lester An- 
gene and Mr. Robert Steele discuss the 
1952 yearbook budget. 



Euclidian Business Manag- 
ers, Bruce Presley and Nao- 
mi Colbow make a list of 
advertisers. 




Euclidian Staff 



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T^ 



Survey Staff 




EDITORIAL STAFF 



Row 1 — B. Former, A. Vendeland, J. Bassett, B. Gates, F. DeVito, A. Lokar, Mr. Gordon. Row 2 — 
M. Skiff, L. Payne, J. Dondrea, C. Hartzell, S. Mardorf, J. Levkovitz, J. Archbold, C. Staples. Row 3 
— M. Hale, E. Repicky, E. Lebok, C. Welling, A. Sowden, G. Emerich, J. Myers, J. Hanson, G. 
Schmitz, P. Krome. 




BUSINESS STAFF 

R„„ I— Mr. Graham, J. Dinwoodie, M. McClure, B. Kirk, J. Wolfenberg, B. Former, j. Komick, 
K. Kreinheder. Row 2 — J. Coski, D. Holzmer, S. Pringle, E. Lokar, B. Monnett, E. Komraus, B. Case, 
D. Mansperger. Row 3—C. Staples, B. Gibbons, B. Boytim, J. Lacy, C. Mosall, N. Pennoyer, S. 
Tweed. A, Jones, C. Bayer. Ron i- R. Couk, D. Grossman, P. McNellan, S. Beldin, J. Perlioni, 
J. Long, V. Mauer, J. Farry, K. Ingraham. Row 5 — S. Kollar, C. Wagner, R. Chapman, C. Thomp- 
son, R. Shahovskoy, K. Sims, J. Schneider, L Yeary. 

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Basketball 
Season 
Opens 



The SURVEY 



Painesville 

Here 
Tomorrow 



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH 



NOVEMBER 30, 1961 




On Third Gala Nite 



All 

2 

Year 







■Ma. are: Pal i m H 

>dd, Sue Welti I! Hilli-r, ['rant .1 



iouncil Seeks More Interest, 
tudent Body's Cooperation 



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bo i-hosci 
b, i . n 
een wiil I . 
:orted to [he l-o< 
tptain Stan I 
oattendSnl ivil 
John Ohnemus ajid Jim N 
addition to th. 



iWS BRIEFS.. 



1.7.'. pei ticket. with the bi-weekly issues of Th.' 

Survey, the editors and advison 
bad a hard time di covevin» who 
could write rapidly and well. Find 
ing reliable ami capable writers 



Quill and Scroll 



Our chapter of Quill and Scroll at Euclid High is only one link in a chain which 
extends throughout the United States, Canada, Alaska, England and China. It was 
organized with the purpose of rewarding individual achievement in the field of high 
school journalism and allied fields. 

Fifteen new members, who met the qualifications of scholarship, being recommended 
by their staff sponsor and having their work approved by the Executive Secretary of 
the national headquarters in addition to doing outstanding work in their respective 
fields, were initiated during a formal assembly held on February 15th at which Stan 
Anderson, noted columnist for The Cleveland Press was the guest speaker. The initiates 
were called to the platform to receive their membership cards and pins — gold scrolls 
embossed with a gold quill and bearing the letters I.H.S.H.S.J. which stand for Inter- 
national Honor Society for High School Journalists. 

Medals for outstanding work on school publications were awarded Bob Gates and 
Naomi Colbow who were not eligible to receive memberships to Quill and Scroll. 




Row 1—C. Bates, B. Fortner, B. Kirk, J. Wolfenberg, A. Lokar, A. Browning. Row J—M. Hale, 
J. Lowell, J. Lindstrom, J. Kotnik, K. Kreinheder, M. McClure. Row 3 — A. Vendeland, J. Bassett, 
B. Gates, J. Dinwoodie. 



Pa*e 100 























Dramatics 



'All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players." 

— Shakespeare 



Junior Play 





CAST 

Directed by Mr. Lester Angene 

Nina Cassell Rubyann Friedel 

Mrs. Rumble Myra Jerkic 

Scootie Cassell Connie Bates 

Mr. Putnam Bruce Case 

Tony Cassell Edith Lebok 

Pinkie Ames __Sue Spangler 

Dunk Doyle William Fortner 

Bing Hotchkiss Frank Jirovec 

Genevieve Jones __ Dawn Delight Bouse 

Major Todd __ Gary Risley 

T. Newton Todd __ _Duane Mansperger 

Eula Hotchkiss Jan Hanna 

Dr. Luther Blodgett __ ,_Gerald Walsh 

Officer Ryan Michael Costello 

Billy Richard Makman 



OPENING NIGHT 




Ron 1—C. Bates, R. Friedel, G. Risely, E. Lebok, D. Mansperger. Row 2— J. Hanna, J. Walsh, 
W. Fortner, D. Bouse, S. Spangler, M. Costello. Row 3 — B. Case, J. Ewell, M. Jerkic, D. Barrett, 
F. Jirovec, R. Makman. 



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Row 1—B. Hazen, S. Cormiea. B. Howard, E. Manmon, J. Dinwoodie, P. Shrewsbury, M. Skiff, 
D. Barren, M. Kuchara, R. Makman, B. Jevnikar. Row 2 — B. Stevens, V. Eisler, J. Long, M. Babnic, 
R. Atran, S. Magnusson, M. Hoffert, M. Stark, K. Kreinheder, K. Brockman. Row 3 — J. Myers, 
F. Elrick. M. Libby, S. Pringle, M. McClure, N. Clark, M. Sabec, L. Margo, S. Friedman, L. Knezevich. 
Row -i — R. Couk, A. Brown, G. Kibby, J. Bales, A. Balint, J. Andeen, C. Janke, M. Hallack, 
J. Hansen, M. Hassink, A. Reed. Row 5 — J. Burns, A. Kelso, A. Corlett, B. Matyazic, E. Heinrich, 
M. Goers, J. Farry, B. Jokela, C. Dynes, C. Wagner, B. Zales. 



PRODUCTION STAFF CHAIRMEN 

House Manager Richard Makman 

Publicity Marily Skiff 

Wardrobe Pat Shrewsbury 

Properties Barbara Howard 

Stage Furnishings Judy Dinwoodie 

Bookholders ._. Donna Barret and Judy Ewell 

Reservations Betty Jevnikar 




CURTAIN CALL 




Spring Green 



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Row 1 — D. Wawrzyniak, J. Clayton, C. Stuzen, C. Hartzell, L. Woodford. Row 2 — R. Valencic. 
C. Kazar, D. Dostal, J. Blanc, J. Wolfenberg. Row 3 — K. Smith, L. Weiss, B. Kappelle, J. Williams, 
J. Covert. 




FATHER OF THE BRIDE 

directed by 
Mr. Meryl Baumer 

Mr. Banks __ ._ Bob Mansperger 

Mrs. Banks .^-Charlotte Stuzen 

Kay Banks _-Joan Clayton 

Ben Banks __ Larry Woodford 

Tommy Banks Lenny Weiss 

Buzz Taylor Kent Smith 

Buckley Dunstan Dan Wawrzyniak 

Peggy Swift Carolyn Hartzell 

Delilah Rosie Valencic 

Miss Bellamy Carol Ann Kazar 

Mr. Massoula John Covert 

Joe Bob Kappelle 

Mrs. Pulitzki _ -Joyce Blanc 

Red ___ Dick Dostal 

Pete John Williams 

Tim's Man John Bassett 



Only tout hundred and sevcnty-rwo! 



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PRODUCTION STAFF CHAIRMEN 

General Manager __ Alyce Sowden 

Publicity Gail Emerich 

Costumes . JoAnn Archbold 

Tickets Betty Lou Kirk 

Reservations _. __ Jeanne Wohland 

Properties _. Nancy Yeary 

Furniture _ Arlene Lokar 

Sound Effects . ... Harold Wittlinger 

Prompter __Elaine Repicky 




Maybe you don't think yi 




Row 1 — N. Yeary, J. Archbold, G. Emerich, A. Sowden, J. Wohland, E. Repicky, B. Kirk, A. Lokar, 
H. Wittlinger. Row 2—C. Welling, P. Lynch, J. Blanc, W. Mlack, G. Stahre, D. Grossman, V. 
Brazil, B. Cartwright, R. Walensa. Row 3 — G. Orlando, R. Lausche, I. Substelny, L. Oraham, 
N. Seaman, C. Rouse, C. Wagner, S. Kollar, P. Arnold, R. Lindsay. Ron- 4 — D. Dostal, J. Coski, 
K. Moschell, J. Richman, C. Swackhamer, J. Nelson, C. Janke. D. Malaga, D. Phillips. W. Gollwitzer. 
Row 5 — E. Komraus, B. Nobbe, I. Perlioni, E. Kalberer, P. McNellan, C. Sbrocco, N. Zupancic, 
J. Williams, B. Dill, D. Cameron, D. Winter. 









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N. F. L. 



During 1952. the second year of its existence, 
the Euclid High speech department, coached by 
Mr. Leonard Robuck, excelled its impressive first 
year record in every aspect. Plunging into the 
year's activities with refreshing enthusiasm, the 
many promising sophomore speech prospects pre- 
sented strong competition to their upperclass rivals 
in the annual Prince of Peace Contest which was 
held in November. Experience proved an invalu- 
able asset to winning as N.F.L. president and State 
Oratorical Declamation Champion Shirley Mardorf 
made her way up the ladder to place third in the 
state finals. 

An experienced but talented E.H.S. debate team 
gained valuable experience at the Warm-Up De- 
bate Tournament in Ravenna, and the excellent 
showing of Euclid entrants in the Individual 
Events Contests at Canton McKinley, Cathedral 
Latin and Wadsworth turned the eyes of Ohio 
speech circles toward Euclid High. 



On February 9th, Euclid High, for the first time 
in the city's history, was host to four hundred 
seventy Ohio speech students at the Euclid Individ- 
ual Events Contest. In breathtakingly close compe- 
tition, illustrated by the fact that sophomore 
Joanne Lacy won two first places and did not 
qualify for a medal, Massillon Washington was 
victorious in the battle for the Sweepstakes Trophy. 
For the first time Euclid, placing second, became 
runners-up for a speech trophy. 

Immediately following the Euclid contest^ the 
speakers began practicing for the District Contests. 
Monica Brown, Tom Baker, Robert Dill, Carol 
Kazar, and Janice Lindstrom won places in theses 
contests, thus qualifying in the race for state and 
national speech honors. 

From all indications, instead of being runners-up 
next year Euclid High speakers should rank in the 
top position. 




Ron I — T. Baker, B. Former, R. Pae, S. Mardorf, E. Repicky, J. Lowell, M. Kuchara, E. Sherrill. 
Row 2 — A. Vendeland, R. Makman, J. Coski, A. Blanc, J. Lacey, J. Osburn, V. Brazil, D. Maczuga. 
Row 3 — Mr. Robuck, J. Richman, C. Swackhamer, A. Brown, E. Lebok, K. Kazar, J. Wohland, 
J. Lindstrom, D. Bouse. Row 4 — J. Covert, J. Blanc, M. Holfelder, B. Carano, A. Aitken, P. Lefferts, 
M. Jerkic, R. Atran, B. Dill. 



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Activities 



Be sprightly for you fall 'mongst friends." 



-Shakespeare 





The most important functioning student organ- 
ization at E.H.S. is the Student Council. Consisting 
of elected homeroom representatives and guided 
by Miss Pera Campbell, sponsor, the council regu- 
lates school activities and solves school problems 
in addition to aiding Euclid High by the pur- 
chase of auditorium door draperies, a school banner 
and the maintenance of a record library. These 
school leaders deserve and command the respect of 
their teachers and classmates. 




BILL NOBBE 
Preside nt 

DAN WAWRZYNIAK 

\'he-President 



ANNE BROWNING 
Secretary 

LOUIE KNEZEVICH 

Treasurer 




Rou 1 — C. Bates, B. Fortner, A. Browning, L. Knezevich, B. Nobbe, D. Wawrzyniak, M. Mihelich, 
K. Shirilla, Miss Campbell. Row 2 — L. Osberg, R. Ferro, B. Boytim, P. Shrewsbury, B. Gibbons, 
J. Haight, P. Gorjup, V. Pierce, J. Archbold, L. Weiss. Row 3 — A. Mauser, J. Coski, K. Kazar, 
J. O'Conner, G. Emerich, P. Lapinskis, L. Kline, J. Farry, A. Lokar, V. Criado. Row 4 — M. McClure, 
). Wohland, S. Tweed, J. Eiber, C. Skodlar, L. Demerer, S. Rosic, R. Omerza, S. Intihar. Row j> — 
T. Baker, R. Sodja, M. Michael, D. Whiteside, J. Kalin, R. Joranko, R. Ferrel, R. Miller, K. 
Brockman. Row 6— P. Petti, R. Lindsay, J. Dyke, G. Sirn, A. Walton. 



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CONCESSIONS 

An important project of the Student Council 
is the operation of food concessions at athletic 
events. A great deal of credit goes to Carol 
Ann Kazar and her hard-working staff of volun- 
teers who kept our guests supplied with re- 
freshments at the well managed concessions 
from September to March. 



HALL GUARD CAPTAINS 

The Supply Store under the direction of Bob 
Lindsay was of great value to those of us who 
forgot to buy notebook paper or needed a book 
cover in a hurry. Open every period of the day, 
the Bookstore or Supply Store was operated 
entirely by student volunteers. 



SECRETARIES 

Our Hall Guard system under the direction 
of JoAnn Archbold insured visitors of a cour- 
teous welcome to and guidance in any part of 
the building. The period captains made certain 
every post was occupied by a competent person 
and the hall guards aided the deans by deliver- 
ing attendance slips to the office. 



BOOK STORE 

Ann Browning assigned two students to the 
Student Council Room each period of the day 
to act as secretaries and perform such duties 
as delivering messages, guiding visitors, and 
taking charge of the Lost and Found. These 
volunteers helped to give Euclid the reputuation 
of a friendly, efficiently operated school. 




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Rou' 1 — C. Bates, B. Former, G. Uhry, M. Brown, B. Mansperger, J. Archbold, J. Wohland, K. 
Smith, D. Wiseman, B. Oarrwright, Mr. Whiteside. Row 2 — N. Yeary, P. Lynch, M. Rini, E. Lebok, 
K. Kazar, A. Browning, J. Coski, B. Jevnikar, J. Richman, A. Mauser, J. Dondrea. Roif 3 — 
A. Sowden, J. Dinwoodie, M. McClure, M. Hale, C. Welling, N. Zupancic, S. Mardorf, J. Lowell, 
J. Lindstrom, J. Wolfenberg, M. Skiff. Row 4 — G. Orlando, J. Covert, D. Morse, R. Makman, 

F. Ham, D. Mansperger, A. Baker, B. Dill, B. Lindsay, S. Spangler, M. Jerkic. Row 5 — S. Intihar, 

G. Furth, L. Woodford, H. Wittlinger, R. Walensa, J. Woodruff, P. Lefferts, S. Pringle, M. Muehl, 
J. Bernier, J. Kotnik, A. Lokar. 



National 

Honor 

Society 



One of the most coveted honors a high school is able to bestow upon a 
student is membership in the National Honor Society. The 1952 installation 
took place on January 10 at the traditional formal assembly. The members, 
chosen from the Senior Class and the Junior A Class by Mr. Stanley Whiteside, 
sponsor, the faculty and N.H.S. members, must have a scholastic average of 
eighty-five or better and possess the qualities of scholarship, leadership, char- 
acter, and service. 

This year for the first time, parents of the initiates received letters informing 
them of their son's or daughter's membership and inviting them to the initiation 
assembly. Parents were instructed to keep the news a secret so that the pros- 
pective members did not know they had been thus honored until their name 
was read before the student body. Also, for the first time, an informal tea was 
given in the cafeteria immediately following the initiation ceremony for the 
new members and their parents by the old members and the faculty. 




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§■■■■■■■■■■■■1 

. T. A. 



Row 1 — A. Browning, M. Guip, V. Menill, B. Cartwright, P. Lynch, R. Walensa, E. Beltz, Miss 
Aingworth. Ron- 2 — J. Dondrea, B. Klinger, E. Sherrill, C. Janke, G. Uhry, J. Myers, R. Dill. 
Row 3—]. Coski, B. Jevnikar, M. Hallack, P. Miklus, A. Simonic, B. Hall, M. Skiff, C. Skodlar. 
Row 4 — A. Lokar, D. Bouse, J. Ewell, B. Jokela, J. Farry, A. Dranse, A. DeCapua, M. Roth, 
D. Barrett. 



Ad Club 




Row 1 — Mr. Vaccariello, E. Repicky, C. Bates, B. Hall, S. Mardorf, A. Sowden, J. Ewell, J. Lind- 
strom. Row 2 — A. Reed, A. Melkerson, N. Yeary, S. Williams, G. Turk, V. Pierce, P. Lefferts, 
M. Hassink. Row 3 — L. Margo, B. Matyazsic, D. Thompson, A. Miller, D. Miskoe, R. Hogan, 
R. Kapelle. Roir 4 — B. Jokela, B. Guiffre, R. Mansperger, D. Colontonio, J. Passerallo, F. Guarino, 
F. Miller. 



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Hi-Y 




To create, extend, and maintain throughout 
the home, school, and the community the high 
standards of Christian character — this is the 
purpose of the Hi-Y organization. The open- 
ing of Hi-Y to all boys resulted in a much 
larger club which necessitated the formation 
of chapters. Each chapter elects its own officers 
and aid in the selection of the Inter-Club offi- 
cers and council. Club activities in 1952, under 
the direction of Mr. John P. Kuhfahl, head 
advisor, included community projects, the an- 
nual Hi-Y Banquet and the Stardust Ball, 
annual Hi-Y Friendship Formal. 



Left to Right — Graham Teschke, Dick Washburn, Fred 
Ham, Carlton George, Donald Justus. 




Row 1 — G. Tesche, C. George, F. Ham, D. Justus, R. Washburn, B. Kirchner. Ron 1 2 — G. Frey, 
E. Bessler, A. Reed, D. Niccum, A. Sherrill, D. Wawrzyniak. Row 3-D. McKay, G. Long, D. 
Malaga, D. Cameron, C. Walters, B. Bushong. 



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Page 1 1 2 



The Cavaliers under the leadership of President 
Fred Ham, Vice-President Dave Glazer, Secretary Bill 
Trout and Treasurer Bruce Case promoted attendance 
at basketball games by selling tickets and sponsoring 
a student-faculty basketball game. 



Euclid students who enjoyed the dancing and en- 
tertainment at the Casbah the second Saturday of 
every month should direct their thanks toward the 
Knights led by President Joe Justus, Vice-President 
John Bassett, Secretary Jerry Silverman and Treasurer 
Gil Frey. 



"You vote, we tote." This was the slogan of the 
Counts who acted as chauffeurs and baby sitters in 
order to enable voters to go to the polls on election 
day. Chapter officers are President Skip Wertenberg- 
er, Vice-President-Treasurer Fred Miller and Secre- 
tary Bill Kirchner. 



The Lords chapter of the Hi-Y, aided by President 
Dan Wawrzyniak, Vice-President Duane Mansperger, 
Secretary Jack Dugan, and Treasurer Bruce Abbott, 
went to Tapco and distributed cards to the workers 
who had donated blood to the Red Cross. 



The proper manners and correct attire at school 
affairs were demonstrated by the Squires in an all- 
school assembly with the help of President Carlton 
George, Vice-President Ed Speed, Secretary Dick 
Miller, and Treasurer Ed Bessler. 






The Y-Teen or Friendship Club, teen-age 
branch of the Y.W.C.A., has three chapters at 
E.H.S. Miss June Mueller heads the sophomore 
chapter, Miss Mary Wolverton the junior chap- 
ter, and Mrs. Beulah Wilson the senior chapter, 
and Miss Ruth Vermillion is the director of all 
chapters. While attending chapter meetings and 
joint club meetings, girls gain experience in 
working with and for others. The Cabinet, con- 
sisting of the chapter officers, plans the meet- 
ings and arranges committees for such events 
as the Stardust Ball and the annual Hi-Y Friend- 
ship Formal which was held February 9. 



Rou 1 — N. Zupancic, C. Welling, G. Emerich, N. Yeary, P. Shrews- 
bury, K. Shirilla. Row 2— R. Friedel, M. McClure, P. Sullivan, J. 
O'Conner, B. Gibbons, H. Eiber. 




Run I — J. Luikart, R. Carabotta, M. LaMacchia, J. Mapes, K. Shirilla, N. Zupancic, C. Welling, 
G. Emerich, N. Yeary, M. Giup. Roiv 2 — J. Dondrea, B. Klinger, R. Dugan, G. Stahre, P. McNellan, 
G. Glenn, R. Mannion, M. Weir, A. Jones, M. Mihelich. Row 3 — L. Osberg, G. DeNoewer, L. Payne, 
C. Hartzell, D. Kovach, G. Hocevar, M. Brown, P. Hurley, M. Rini, R. Baus. Row 4 — K. Courtot, 
J. Coski, C. Rouse, C. Kazar, A. Christoff, R. Ferro, N. Offineer, C. Sbrocco, J. Perlioni, N. Seaman. 
Row 5 — B. Langer, E. Marchione, M. Holfelder, P. Miklus, D. Hamrich, M. Geddes, A. Huston, 
V. Brazil, D. Maczuga, B. Karun. 



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Row 1—C. Bates, M. Kuchara, J. Bales, A. Miller, R. Friedel, P. Sullivan, M. McClure, C. Balint, E. Collins, S. 
Magnusson, M. Mitch. Ron 2 — J. Andeen, V. Connell, C. Janke, E. Rose, E. Sherrill, M. Weir, J. Myers, S. Friedman, 
M. Colwill, P. Shrewsbury. Row 3 — E. Moser, S. Williams, G. Turk, K. Peck, S. Caruso, B. Stevens, S. Wettrick, 
C. Cutler, R. Couk, J. Burns, R. Atran. Row 4 — M. Hallack, J. Hansen, B. Jevnikar, M. Klein, G. Kibby, M. Zahler, 
B. McGowen, M. Stark, J. Hanna, D. Pennover, S. Ewell. Row 5 — V. Mayer, P. Gorjup, E. Mannion, B. Howard, S. 
Telisman, N. Chuha, L. Richards, C. Clasen, M. Lovett, J. Dulskis. 




Row J— J. Kotnik, B. Whitlow, M. Babnic, J. Long, B. Buck, R. Wilk, P. Raney, P. Rady, J. Bauer, M. Sabec, K. 
Kreinheder. Row 2 — J. Yarbrough, M. Bradner, M. Hassink, F. Elrick, S. Spangler, M. Muehl, J. Barney, L. Demeter, 
J. Dinwoodie, A. Kelso, S. Carroll. Row 3 — M. Clark, M. Hoffart, G. Skrobot, E. Sutherland, G. Myers, S. Irons, 
E. Wallace, S. Sladek, M. Libby, L. Margo, B. Matyazic. Row -t—C. Scheerer, M. Skiff, D. Barrett, J. Smith, C. Clam- 
pitt, E. Beltz, J. Powell, J. Percio, B. Guiffre, C. Dynes, J. Bernier. Ron' 5 — P. Fridley, B. Jokela, J. Farry, P. Considine, 
D. Brouse, J. Ells, L. Bailey, C. Verbsky, B. Corron, A. Lengel, D. Thompson. Row 6 — S. Pringle, B. Yanchar, S. 
Gardner, C. McKenzie, P. Palm, K. Ingraham, J. Huddlestone, B. Stevens, J. McDowell, J. Lyman. 



Juniors 



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ophomore Y-Teen 




Row 1 — M. Zulic, E. Petrofes, M. Bubanics, A. DeCapua, S. Beale, C. Bayer, C. Marolt, D. Walensa, K. Miller, J 
Kovach, P. Miller. Row 2 — J. Ogilvie, L. Becht, J. Mutch'.er, J. Smith, C. Staples, C. Parr, J. Schneller, G. Jones 
M. Johnson, M. Powell, T. Campbell. Row 3-D. Galloway, M. Phillips, I. Yakos, K. Morgan, P. Mayhew, H. Wo 
stein, M. Watts, P. Pattrick, D. Cipriano, J. Iafelice. Row 4—S. Berisk, R. Miller, M. Boldin, P. Yoger, M. Boldin 
D. Mason, J. Schlauch, B. Dorn, P. Dancizen, J. Cramer, J. Eldred. Row 5 — J. Panty, A. Horvath, D. McCumber 
N. Vidmar, K. Kelly, N. Morrow, B. Jenna, J. Freeh, E. Lokar, G. Skerrett. Row 6 — A. Dranse, D. Fifolt, W. Allison 

C. Kleindienst, J. Sirn, M. Jelico, P. Delaney, L. Kline, P. Meryman, L. Nesbitt, M. Yopko. Roiv 7 — A. Blanc, G Blazek 

D. Lyon, P. Sodja, P. Lapinskas, R. Holub, P. Teklinski, L. D'Onofrio, P. Hollar, E. Smith. 




Rou I. left to right — P. McCarthy, B. Carpenter, E. Petrofes, J. Eiber, B. Gibbons, J. O'Connor, C. Fazio, K. Reeves, 
M. Pemberton, M. Smaltz. Row 2 — A. Birchak, F. Urankar, J. Osborn, B. Boytim, D. Boehn, J. Baldasarre, S. Plasa, 
A. Christie, D. Burr, D. Maria. Row 3 — M. Fisher, S. Greves, M. Ely, R. M. Arthur, G. Hamilton, L. Grohn, N. 
Moehler, C. Carlson, D. Dennis, C. Parr, J. Mutchler. Row 4 — P. Miller, A. DiFranco, C. Mathias, A. Orlando, D. 
Germano, J. Schneller, P. Patrick, J. Tumbrey, M. Schmalz, D. Miskoe, M. Fitzpatrick. Row 5 — M. Esposito, B. Early, 
P. Mayhew, C. Weisert, P. Lockwood, J. Marchione, J. Lacey, C. Mosall, M. Rauth, J. Daus. Row 6 — N. Pennoyer, 
M. Watkins, J. Barnhart, C. Skodlar, B. Wilson, D. Tewell, N. Todd, S. Tweed, P. Berardinelli, E. Considine. 



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Movie Club 




Row 1—L. Woodford, D. Glazer, R. Ferrel, J. Majoris, Mr. Bailey. Row 2— P. McNellan, G. 
Stahre, A. Miller, E. Sherrill, E. Rose, S. Johnson. Rou- 5 — S. Beldin, C. Beck, M. Hassink, M. 
Stone, A. Huston, J. Wohland. Rou- 4 — W. Hammel, T. Thomas, M. Krecic, T. Stokes, B. Carlton. 



Stage Crew 




Rou- 1 — N. Eighmy, B. Flynn, D. Justus, C. George, A. Tapassi, P. Schmitt, J. Atwood. Row 2- 
F. Iafelice, G. Hummill, A. Staucker, T. O'Donnell, C. McGuigan, D. Lupo, Mr. Case. 



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Majorettes 




Left to right — Janice Lindstrom, Joan Luikart, Pat Lynch, Anne Browning, Janet Woodruff, Jean 
Barney, Margaret Libby, Connie Clampitt, Gloria DeNoewer, Gloria Stahre, Rosie Mannion. 



Majorette Club 




Row I — J. Luikart, G. DeNoewer, A. Browning, R. Mannion, J. Lindstrom, J. Woodruff, C. Janke, 
P. Lynch, J. Barney, Miss Lais. Row 2 — J. Freeh, J, Clayton, M. Libby, C. Clampitt, J. Andeen, 
C Hartzeli, J. Kostelnik, M. Fisher, C. Staples. Row 3 — K. Miller, J. Tumbry, J. Marchione, C. 
Mathias, J. Schneller, G. Jones, P. Gorjup, F.. Mannion, B. Hazen. Row 4 — E. Lokar, S. Tweed, 
R. Atran, J. Ogilvie, P. Arnold, S. Kollar, E. Beltz, L. D'Onofrio, J. O'Connor. 



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Cheerleaders 




Left to right — Joan Clayton, Lois Payne, Carolyn Hartzell, Rita Dugan, Rosie Valencic, Joan Dondrea. 



Megaphone Club 




Row 1—R. Dugan, R. Valencic, J. Dondrea, C. Hartzell, L. Payne, B. David. Roiv 2— J. Mutchler, 
C. Parr, C. Stuzen, J. Clayton, R. Miller, D. Germano. Row 3 — M. Zulic, J. Osburn, Mr. Pohro, 
E. Petrofes, D. Dennis. 



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Key Club 



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Row 1—B. Former, B. Bates, B. Case, R. Joranko, L. Woodford, K. Smith, A. Sherrill, W. Nobbe. 
Row 2 — R. Ferrel, A. Kure, M. Walklet, C. Gent, J. Petrofes, G. Sirn, L. Weiss, R. Browning, 
H. Rose. Row 3 — J. Schneider, F. Schule, D. Colantonio, D. Wawrzyniak, D. Malaga, D. Whiteside, 
M. Michael, L. Yeary. 



Swim Club 




Row 1—J. VonHof, J. Lowell, G. Uhry, M. Krecic, K. Kelly, C. Kazar, W. Green, W. Kirchner, 
R. Friedel, S. Spangler. Row 2 — D. Winter, S. Magnusson, A. Melkerson, R. Abbott, B. Newman, 
S. Carroll, C. Ziegenfus, J. Huddlestone, J. Fairchild, A. Aitken, C. Cutler, J. Hertel, R. Washburn. 



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Red Cross Council 




Row 1 — J. Coski, W. Former, S. Gardner, Miss Lemon. 
Row 2 — S. Tweed, B. Dorn, J. Williams, F. Jirovec. 



Senior Cabinet 




Row 1 — A. Christoff, L. Osberg, G. Emerich, K. Smith, M. Hale, A. Lokar. Rou- 2 — G. Stahre, 
B. Cartwright, N. Yeary, J. Nelson, B. Kirk, A. Sowden, B. Gilmore. Row 3 — L. Oraham, C. Stark, 
V. Menill, J. Perlioni, B. Abbott, L. Rattini. Row -t — M. Kaplan, D. Ferrel, D. Cameron, J. 
Schneider, C. Craig. 



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P. A. Announcers 




Row 1 — J. Bales. D. Kikak, A. Brown, G. Orlando, C. Swackhamer, E. Sherrill. Row 2 — Mr. 
Robuck, S. Cormeia, B. Whitlow, B. Boytim, M. Geddes, J. Richman. Row 3 — M. Holfelder, E. 
Lebok, P. Carlson, J. Dyke, C. Wagner, J. Mutchler, J. Douttiel. Row 4 — K. Krienheder, M. 
Delaney, M. Deluga, R. Phillips, H. Whittlinger, R. Kappelle. 



P. A. Technicians 




Row 7— K. Moschell, F. Toplak, H. Whitlinger, A. Draz, B. Case, B. Fitzgerald. Row 2—C. 
Swackhamer, J. Bentley, G. Orlando, F. Paratore, J. Gaylor. Row 3 — B. Weiss, B. Shaefull, G. 
Teschke, D. Winter, W. Gollwitzer. Row 4—]. Walsh, N. Petrik, D. Prino, G. Zanzig, F. Brancely. 



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TRAVEL CLUB . . . 

The members of Mr. Peter Badham's club 
are fortunate, indeed, to be given an oppor- 
tunity to discuss foreign cities and countries 
with one who has traveled as extensively as our 
English exchange teacher. 



WORLD AFFAIRS . . . 

With the affairs of the world as critical as 
they are today, the discussion of international 
problems, under the direction of Mrs. Helen 
Stewart, is of ever-increasing interest and im- 
portance. Each March the club participates in a 
mock UN. meeting at Western Reserve Uni- 
versity. 



DRAW AND PAINT . . . 

Mr. Fred Vollman's club affords budding 
artists an opportunity to improve their ability 
and experiment with new techniques in addi- 
tion to working in various mediums such as 
water colors and oils. 



ROUND TABLE . . . 

Under Mr. Stanley Whiteside's supervision, 
the members of the Round Table club discuss 
current events and local, national, and inter- 
national policies. 



POISE FOR BOYS . . . 

Not wanting to be outdone by the girls, a 
group of boys with Sparky DiBiasio as their 
instructor organized a poise club to learn and 
improve upon manners, good grooming, and 
other social assets. 





Clubs 



DANCING . . . 

For the novice dancer, this club sponsored 
by Mr. Nelson and Miss Mueller is a great 
asset. Each Wednesday two representatives from 
the Fred Astaire Dance Studios give profes- 
sional instruction in all types of ballroom danc- 
ing. 



PINOCHLE . . . 

Matching wits and card skill, Dr. D. V. 
Smith's eleventh and twelfth grade pinochle 
enthusiasts have had many amusing experiences 
while attempting to improve their games. 



BIRD CLUB . . . 

With Mr. Clarence Eckert's assistance, stu- 
dents in the Bird Club learn interesting facts 
about the lives and habits of various birds. 



RED CROSS . . . 

The Red Cross club, under the direction of 
Miss Edith Lemon, sponsors many worthwhile 
service projects and has become a permanent 
part of the club program here at Euclid. 



BIOLOGY . . . 

Sophomores interested in biology have found 
in Mr. Joseph Mayer's club a wealth of inter- 
esting scientific knowledge which they could 
not obtain in the time allowed for the general 
biology course which is offered to tenth graders. 



CHESS . . . 

The interesting and challenging game of 
chess is taught in Mr. Nicholas Price's club, thus 
giving aspiring check-mate champions an op- 
portunity to practice their skill in a sociable 
atmosphere. 



KNITTING . . . 

Knit two, pearl two, slip one are common 
directions which the members of Mrs. Lillian 
Barrow's club attempt to follow as their balls 
of yarn grow smaller and sweaters, argyles and 
other knitted articles near completion. 



BRIDGE . . . 

Hearts or spades, bid or pass, are familiar 
questions asked by the members of the bridge 
club which is sponsored and coached by Mr. 
Norman Thompson. 



CHESS AND CHECKERS . . . 

According to the members of Mr. Fred Johns' 
club, there will always be a need for practice 
in chess and checkers, two games which require 
much skill and intense concentration. 



PINOCHLE . . . 

It is with great enthusiasm that the members 
of Mr. Anthony Vaccariello's sophomore card 
club participate in their foursome and twosome 
pinochle games each week. 





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EMBROIDERY . . . 

Discovering that beautifully embroidered 
linens are invaluable to every homemaker, the 
members of Miss Lucille Aingworth's club are 
seriously plying their needles to hope chest 
additions. 



HOME NURSING . . . 

Miss Bieberle teaches the members of her 
club the proper way to care for those who are 
bedridden thus helping members gain practical 
knowledge which will be of value throughout 
their lives. 



GEM HUNTERS . . . 

Under Mr. Ira Stubbart's guidance, the mem- 
bers of the Gem Hunters Club are rapidly 
learning and putting into practice facts about 
the art of cutting and polishing various gems. 



PING PONG . . . 

The sixteen boys who practice improving 
their ping-pong game in Mr. Al Galicki's third 
period club seem to find these hours of relaxa- 
tion spent away from the girls most enjoyable 
ones. 



PINOCHLE . . . 

Mr. John Reeves offers interesting new point- 
ers in the fascinating game of pinochle to the 
eleventh and twelfth graders who belong to 
his club. 



MUSIC FOR FUN . . . 

Strains of popular music issuing from the 
choir room each Wednesday indicate that Miss 
Jan Tompkin's club is in session. Everyone who 
enjoys group singing is welcome to join al- 
though the club was first organized for those 
who were not able to include music in their 
regular schedules. 



CRIBBAGE . . . 

While attempting to improve their cribbage 
abilities, the members of Mr. M. I. Gordon's 
club obtain expert advice and instruction from 
their sponsor. 



FUN WITH SHORTHAND . . . 

Mr. Edmund Mize's club proves that school 
courses can be fun if approached with correct 
attitude. The student members have spent many 
enjoyable hours improving their commercial 
abilities. 



SCIENCE . . . 

Mr. Leon Heinlein's club opens a new door 
to scientific study and research for students, 
some of who enter contests with projects that 
they have begun here under the supervision 
of their sponsor. 



CHARM . . . 

The club sponsored by Miss Wilma Gillman 
for the benefit of senior girls offers numerous 
lectures on personal appearance and include 
such topics as clothes and posture. 





PUBLICATIONS . . . 

Under Mr. Lester Angene's guidance, the 
members of the Publications club successfully 
planned and edited Euclid High's first literary 
magazine. They also discuss compositions and 
select entries for various literary contests. 



MYSTERY READING . . . 

An entirely new type of club was introduced 
by Mr. Robert Steele this year. In addition to 
reading mysteries, the members have planned 
several interesting field trips. 



DIAMOND SPORTS . . . 

Early conditioning and expert tips on base- 
ball tricks are offered to prospective stars of 
sandlot and major league ball diamonds by Mr. 
John Pohto. Most members of this club are 
members of the varsity baseball team. 



FIELD AND TRACK . . . 

To boys who are interested in improving 
their prowess on the cinder track, Mr. Ford 
Case offers pointers for speed and mileage plus 
an opportunity for extra conditioning in prep- 
aration for team try-outs. 



CANASTA . . . 

The ever-popular game of canasta occupies 
the members of Miss Louise Darst's club. Every 
Wednesday students from all grade levels at- 
tempt to draw one or two red treys or succeed 
in getting a natural so that they are on the 
winning team. 







"Daughters of the game." 

— Shakespeare 



Girls Leaders 



Girls with no lipstick, straight hair, and unmatched 
footwear mean just one thing — "the white suit and whistle 
brigade" is initiating new members into its ranks. Ath- 
letically inclined junior and senior girls who have met the 
requirements for membership which include scholarship, 
leadership, dependability and character are initiated each 
spring. A rigorous informal initiation precedes an impres- 
sive formal installation. 

Helping to foster better relations between the Lake 
Erie League Schools, the Girl's Leaders were hostesses at a 
Lake Erie League Playday on Saturday, November 19th. 
G.L.C. club activities also included a gala Christmas party 
and a Roller Skating Party. 

A whistle blowing referee in a white suit is a familiar 
sight on the gym floor or practice field as the Girl's Leaders 
aid Miss Dorothy Gill and Miss Jane Lais in gym classes or 
in refereeing the intramural sports program. 





Rou 1. left to right — K. Shinlla, B. Klinger, B. Hall, Secretary; A. Mauser, President; M. Hale, 
Treasurer; S. Johnson, Vice President; P. Shrewsbury, L. Osberg, Miss Gill. Rati' 2 — P. Lynch, 
F. Elrick, E. Repicky, A. Simonic, P. Nagy, D. Holzmer, R. Walensa, M. Rini, S. Mardorf. Row 3 
— D. Bouse, B. Jokela, J. Ahey, A. Huston, J. Dondiea, J. Wolfenberg, J. Clayton, C. Stuzen, N. 
Zupancic. Row 4 — M. Muehl, C. Dynes, J. Bernier, A. Lokar, S. Pringle, J. Kotnik, J. Coski, 
L. Kalberer, J. Wohland, J. Barney. 



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Rou' 7. /e/7 /o r/'g^r — P. Palm, J. Huddlestone, P. Lefferts, M. Libby, J. Dickerson, S. Greves, S. 
Carroll, R. Friedel, S. Wettrich, J. Woodruff, J. Freeh, J. Bennett, J. Bauer, P. Sullivan, M. Bradner, 
J. Bradley. Row 2 — M. Kline, B. Langer, M. Brown. M. Mihelich. G. Stevenson, J. Lindstrom. 
Row 3 — C. Beadle, A. Sowden, G. Emerich, C. Kazar, S. Spangler, J. Archbold, J. Lowell, G. Uhry, 
A. Melkerson, J. Dinwoodie, A. Kelso, S. Magnusson, M. McClure, A. Aitken, M. Geddes, C. Cutler, 
A. Browing, P. Arnold, Miss Wolverton. 




How would you like to "swim" around the gym during 
a pep assembly wearing water wings and a bathing cap? 
For the 1952 prospective Swim Cadettes, this was only a 
part of an informal initiation into one of Euclid High's 
most important service organizations. In addition to being 
co-operative and maintaining a scholastic average of C or 
better, these girls who aid Miss Mary Wolverton in further- 
ing the aquatic abilities of all feminine swimmers must 
pass a difficult skill test in the pool. Because most of their 
class time is spent either guarding or teaching and they 
have very little time in which to improve upon their own 
skills, the cadettes have an opportunity to shed their 
familiar blue jackets third period every Monday and enjoy 
the water while participating in the required Life Saving 
Course. 

The Euclid High Swim Club, Polu Ame Kual Au Kalapu, 
was organized this year and served as a source of recreation 
for Cadettes and Boy's Swim Leaders who combined their 
talents and created water ballet routines which were demon- 
strated in the Water Show held here April 25th and 26. 



Cadettes 



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G- A. A. 



The ultimate goal of a member of 
the Girl's Athletic Association is to 
possess the coveted letter "E in girl s 
sports. When a girl has earned three 
hundred points by participation in 
such intramural activities as basketball 
and volleyball games and individual 
sports like bowling and roller skating 
she is eligible to receive her letter. 

The G.A.A. Advisory Board, which 
consists of the club's officers and the 
respective leaders of various sports, 
are responsible for planning the intra- 
mural program and recording the 
athletic points. 




Roir 1, left to right — A. Lokar, C. Janke, A. Simonic, R. Walensa, 
S. Johnson, M. Hale, M. Miskerich. Row 2 — C. Dynes, P. Rady, 
L. Demeter, M. Muehl, S. Spangler, J. Huddlestone, O. Duval. 




Bottom Km, . left to right — J. Luikart, R. Carabotta, J. Dondrea, R. Dugan, A. Lokar, M. Hale, 
B. Hall, Miss Gill, B. Klinger, M. Guip, P. Lynch, A. Browning. Row 2 — P. McNellan, K. Shirilla,' 
L. Osberg, G. Glenn, A. Jones, G. Hocevar, P. Hurley, M. Rini, J. Mapes, D. Holzmer, N. Zupancic. 
Ron 3 — B. Langer, S. Johnson, K. Krohme, G. Uhry, J. Coski, N. Seaman, B. Kirk, J. Wolfenberg, 
A. Aitken, M. Geddes, S. Woodruff. Row 4 — M. Dowis, C. Hartzell E. Repicky, C. Stuzen, N. 
Offineer, J. Perlioni, C. Sbrocco, J. Archbold, G. Emerich, J. Lowell, J. Lindstrom, C. Janke. Roil' 5 
— R. Schmitt, C. Stark, S. Palmer, L. Bruck, S. Mardorf, J. Wohland, R. Walensa, J. Aldred, 
J. Blanc. K. Sill, L. Kalberer. 



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Row I. left to right— D. Hutton, S. Williams, G. Turk, A. Lokar, J. Bernier, M. Hale, B. Hall, A. Miller, J. Bales 
M. Zahler, B. Stevens, P. Fridley. Rou' 2 — A. Balint, J. Andeen, C. Janke, R. Valencic, M. Mihelich, N. Ford, B 
Corron, M. Fazzan, J. Barnhart, E. Lebok, M. Colwill, D. Bouse. Rou 3 — P. Shrewsbury, E. Moser, J. Myers, M 
Hallack, B. Howard, P. Gorjup, E. Mannion, B. Hazen, R. Mauer, S. Cormea, M. Hassink, P. McKibben. Row 4 — 
M. Kline, G. Kibby, P. Sullivan, P. Raney, P. Rady, J. Bauer, S. Spangler, M. Muehl, M. Sabeck, M. Hoffart, J 
Barney. L. Demeter. Rou 5 — M. Clark, M. Stark, J. Hanna, D. Pennoyer, J. Dinwoodie, S. Pringle, M. Libby, A 
Kelso, R. Friedel, J. Dulskis, S. Friedman, B. Jokela. Row 6 — J. Burns, M. Goers, C. Cutler, R. Couk, B. Whitlow 
J. Kotnik, J. Long, V. Eisler, S. Irons, S. Herold, C. Dynes, J. Farry, M. Skiff, B. Guiffre. Row 7 — J. Smith, G 
Skrobot, K. Peck, S. Sladek. C. Scheerer, G. Percio. P. Considine, B. Yanchar, A. Lengal, K. Kreindheder, J. Huddel 
stone, K. Ingram, J. Ewell. Rou- S — P. Arnold, C. Wagner, J. Dyke, S. Kollar, F. Elrick, B. Matyazic, D. Thompson 
L. Margo. 




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Rou 1 — K. Reeves, M. Pemberton, B. Carpenter, A. DeCapua, A. Foreste, A. Christie, J. Kovach, B. Gibbons, C. 
Mosall, J. Dikerson, P. Miller, P. Patrick, J. Eiber, J. O'Conner. Row 2—U. Zulic, J. Osburn, B. Janke, B. Boytim, 

C. Staples, T. Lacey, C. Parr, I. Haight, G. lones. J. Mutchler, R. Rice, S. Cameron, M. Esposito, N. Todd. Row 5 — 

D. Maria, M. Fisher, J. Smith, I. Yakos, R. Miller, J. Bradley, L. Becht, J. Bernhart, A. Birchak, D. Walensa, D. 
Miskoe, B. Wilson, P. Lapinskas, J. Cramer. Row 4 — C Monroe, A. Hcrvath, D. Kikac, B. Klima, B. Jenne, M. 
Breskvar, A. Hollstein, J. Marchione, D. Cipriano, J. Iafalice, P. Sodja, B. Greaves, E. Lokar, L. Nesbitt. Row 5 — 
W. Allison, L. Kline, N. Pennoyer, A. Dranse, M. Phillips, M. Rauth, C. Skodlar, B. Dorn, D. Tewell, D. VanScoder, 
M. Burns, J. Freeh, J. Kingsford, R. Fridley. 



G- A. A. 



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Letter Winners 




Rou' 1 — G. Uhry, M. Hale, A. Browing, C. Hartzell, A. Lokar. Row 2 — B. Hall, C. Janke, D. 
Holzmer, R. Walensa, S. Mardorf. Row 3 — J. Blanc, G. Emerich, J. Wohland, A. Aitken. 




Girls 
Hockey 



Rou 1. left lo right — J. Blanc, G. Uhry, S. Johnson, D. Holzmer, B. Hall, A. Simonic, K. Krohme, 
G. Emerich. Row 2 — J. Kotnik, D. Bouse, S. Spangler, J. Dinwoodie, S. Sladek, C. Scheerer, A. 
Christie, M. Colwill. Row 3—C. Cutler, A. 1'oerste, R. Fridley, O. Duval, M. Skiff, J. Aldred, 
A. Browning, Miss Gill. 



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Boys' Sports 



'Winding up days with toil. And nights with sleep." 



— Shakespeare 



Gym Leaders 




Row 1. left to right — J. Castrovince, L. Woodford, A. Williams, K. Whitlow, L. Laddis, J. Kalin, 
T. Kure, T. Geitano. Row 2—C. Bolden, A. Sherrill, M. Paz, V. Capello, E. Hinkel, D. Paugh, 
D. Contenza, M. Cefaratti. Row 3 — D. Bear, B. Nobbe, S Intihar, B. Vigh, D. Cvetic, T. Finne- 
gan, L. Walsh, P. Borovic, J. Schneider. 



Swim Leaders 




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Rou 1 — H. Leutkemc-yer, J. McCandless, B. Kirchner, B. McCulley, C. Ziegenfus, F. Kidd, R. 
Abbott, B. Gates. Row 2 — E. Speed, J. Fairchild, D. Washburn, D. Winter, B. Bates, B. Spaur, 
B. Akos. Row i—Y. Miller, J. VanHof, M. Krecic, B. Newman, T. Edmounds, F. Schule, J. Hertel, 
B. Green. Row 4 — Mr. Gram, D. Whiteside, R. Kidd, J. Dugan, D. Freeh, D. Newman, J. Peters, 
J. Turner. 



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R ou . I—]. Petrofes, K. Brockman, R. Joranko, B. Bartlett, B. Bartlert, L. Laddis, F. Garofolo, B. Nobbe, D. Cvetic, 
J. Castrovince, J. Nimmo. Rou 2 — T. Walklett, S. Intihar, F. Brancely, J. VonHoff, B. Vigh, M. Cooper, N. Simmons, 
B. Dyke, K. Anzells, D. Vicic, E. Emter. Row 3 — K. Watson, J. Ohnemus, L. Omerza, W. Nido, F. Molnar, J. 
Jackson, R. Stefancik, W. Schneider, D. Brennan, D. Whiteside. " Row ,— L. Walsh, L. Knezevich, D. Vend, M. 
Michael, D. Glazer, D. Bear, A. Williams, D. Greve, C. Crawford. 



Opening their first season in the Lake Erie League, the Euclid Panthers posted a 
commendable season record of five wins and four losses. The season, while not overly 
successful, earned the Panthers the title of "upsetters" and served notice of what to 
expect in future seasons. 

Facing a highly touted, speedy Elyria team on an unfamiliar field in the first game 
of the season proved too large a task for our Panthers as they dropped their first opening 
game in two years. Criticism from the newspapers and the coaches brought a decided 
change of spirit to the team as they trounced Shaker Heights 51 to 14. Continuing their 
winning ways at Shaw, the Euclidites capitalized on one of the nineteen fumbles in the 
game with Don Vicic carrying the ball the last nineteen yards for the game's only 
touchdown. Canton Lehman, one of the better teams in the state, presented a problem 
for the Panthers as we invaded Fawcett Stadium. Trailing at halftime 19 to 7, the 
Panthers bounced back to subdue the Polar Bears. A sensational catch in the end zone 
by Captain Stan Intihar in the final minute of play, and Don Vicic's blast for the extra 
point, gave Euclid its fourth straight victory at the expense of Cuyahoga Falls. Jim 
Nimmo provided two of the three touchdowns. Traveling west to Parma for the only 
daytime tilt of the schedule brought defeat to our high-flying warriors of the gridiron, 
and made a perfect background for the approaching game with undefeated Cleveland 
Heights. The underdog Panthers, trailing at intermission 25 to 6, stormed back to score 
four times while holding the opposition to one score, and gained the upset special of 
the Lake Erie League. One week later our brightened prospects were dashed as the 
team went down to defeat in a storm of snow at Lakewood. The Panthers bowed out of 
football for 1951 in a driving rain that helped Lorain gain victory, and dropped Euclid 
to a fourth place tie with Lakewood. each having three wins and three losses. 



Football 



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Football 




BOB BARTLETT 
DOUG GREVE 



BILL BARLETT 
KEN ANZELLS 



KEN WATSON 
BILL SCHNEIDER 




CAPTAIN STAN INTIHAR 



Directly responsible for the Panther's three 
football wins was big Stan Intihar. Chosen 
captain by a unanimous vote, Stan combined 
his six feet five inches with his natural 
adeptability at ball handling to advantage 
as illustrated by his repeatedly brilliant per- 
formance at left end. Among the list of 
honors bestowed upon him by coaches and 
sports writers at the close of the season was 
being voted to the All Lake Erie League 
Team, All-Scholastic Team, All-North Team, 
All-Ohio Second Team, and chosen the most 
valuable player in the Lake Erie League. Eu- 
clid High shared in Captain Stan's well- 
deserved glory. 



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Three new coaches appeared on the foot- 
ball field this season. Strengthening the vars- 
ity staff which includes head coach Sparky 
D Biasio and line coach Clarence Eckert is 
Neal Nelson, backfield coach and former 
quarterback for Euclid Shore. Neal ably filled 
the vacancy created when Bob Lewis left the 
school and Jim Calvert retired to devote all 
his energies to basketball. Working with the 
junior varsity are Joe Mayer and Al Galicki, 
who are building players for Euclid's future. 




Coaches Mayer, Nelson, DiBiasio, Galicki, Eckert. 




DON WHITESIDE 
AL WILLIAMS 



FRANK GAROFALO 
CHAN CRAWFORD 



LEROY OMERZA 
FRANK BRANCELY 



NORM SIMMONS JOHN OHNEMUS 

BOB STEFANCIK FRANK MOLNAR 

JIM JACKSON 



Football 



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Lorain —20 

Shaker Heights _. __19 

2 Shaw 6 

6 Elyria 18 

13 Willoughby - ._ 7 

Cleveland Heights _. 26 

Lakewood 27 



This year's "jayvee" football team appeared willing but green. They 
improved as the season progressed, showed a good spirit, and many 
will find their way to varsity berths in the future. 

Their new coaches, Mr. Galicki and Mr. Mayer, helped greatly in 
the teaching of fundamentals as well as keeping the spirit of the team 
at a high level. 




Row 1 — A. Berndt, D. Kurd, D. Lindsay, T. Thompson, T. Lanza, J. Hauser, D. Davis, A. Rovat. 
Row 2 — C. Walters, J. Brawner, J. Kurti, B. Brown, R. Lapinskas, J. Orcutt, A. Droutleff, R. Leber, 
G. Opalich. Roiv 3 — Coach Galicki, D. Adams, T. McFadden, P. Kolosky, D. Anderson, D. Bronkall, 
B. Long, B. Tentler, Coach Mayer. 



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Row i— A. Walton, D. Kurd, D. Skranc, H. Shirk, Coach DiBiasio. Row 2— H. Meier, G. Opalich, 
D. Carroll, M. Walklet, J. Orcutt, G. Sirn. Row 3— C. Finch, R. Elliott, R. Douglas, D. Davis, R. 
Kosteinshek, R. Parker. 



With much show of stamina and drive throughout the season, the "jayvee" basketball 
team compiled a season record of four wins and thirteen losses. Several of these losses 
were close games where one play or one shot could have changed the final outcome. 
Although this record is not outstanding, the season served to develop players for pros- 
pective varsity berths next year. 



SEASON RECORD 



We 

37 Painesville Harvey 

38 Cleveland Heights 
3 1 Elyria 



They 

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— 63 

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34 Lorain _ _ - 68 
51 Shaw __ .A9 

33 Lakewood . _ 45 

38 Shaker Heights - _ __44 

50 Canton Lehman _. —53 

35 Cleveland Heights 42 



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41 Elyria 

31 Shaker Heights 47 

29 Ashtabula .. __50 

33 Lorain 47 

42 Shaw 54 

56 Lakewood 31 

43 Mentor 45 

33 Maple Heights 53 



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Varsity Basketball 



With only two varsity letterwinners returning for this year's campaign and a highly 
commendable junior varsity team from last year to fill in vacancies, our varsity basketball 
squad posted a 13-5 season record, their best to date. 

After suffering a defeat in their first home game with Painesville Harvey, the Pan- 
thers moved to Cleveland Heights where they were outclassed and outplayed. Returning 
to the home court our cagers trimmed defenseless Elyria and the Alumni with ease. Next 
came two hard-fought victories over Lorain and Shaw, only to be followed by bitter 
defeat to Lakewood on the latter's court. 

Revengeful from their loss to Lakewood, the Panthers outfought and outplayed 
Shaker Heights and Canton Lehman to bring up the memorable game with Cleveland 
Heights. The Panther squad then presented Jim Nimmo a fine graduation gift 
by handing the Heights Tigers their first defeat in twelve games. But the victory streak 
was short-lived as Elyria upset the Panther Varsity at Elyria due to a morale let-down. 

With the return of Center Stan Intihar to the Blue and Gold lineup, our sharp-shoot- 
ing quintet tripped Shaker Heights, Ashtabula, Lorain, and Shaw to strengthen our hold 
on second place and keep alive hopes of winning the Lake Erie League basketball title. 
An upset defeat by Lakewood soon dashed these hopes as the Ranger's Jon McGruder 
scored a record-breaking 50 points. Bouncing back again we crushed Mentor, as all 
members of the team saw action. To add to our ever-increasing prestige in basketball 
circles, the Panthers ended the 1952 season by upsetting previously undefeated Maple 
Heights on the latter's court in the final game. 




Row 1 — P. Borovic, D. Vicic, M. Cooper, J. Nimmo, S. Intihar, F. Nimmo, K. Anzells. Row 2 — 
V. Capello, J. Pascal, B. Dulskis, B. Ebel, K. Sims, D. Paugh, D. DiCenzo. Row 3— Coach Calvert, 
K. Brockman, T. Walket, T. Kunkel, V. Menill, J. Ohnemus, D. Glazer. 



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Basketball 




Varsity Basketball Coach James Calvett checks over the starting 
line-up with Managers Vince Menill, Dave Glazer, and John 
Ohnemus. 




SEASON RECORD 

We They 

33 Painesville Harvey 37 

47 Cleveland Heights 69 

58 Elyria . 33 

58 Alumni __ 44 

52 Lorain 47 

43 Shaw __ 36 

43 Lakewood _. 49 

38 Shaker Heights _. __29 

43 Canton Lehman 38 

53 Cleveland Heights . 47 

49 Elyria — 50 

38 Shaker Heights 27 

46 Ashtabula _. ._ 39 

59 Lorain __ .__40 
51 Shaw ._ 36 
56 Lakewood . 57 

67 Mentor . AG 

38 Maple Heights _. _ 36 

TOURNAMENT 
61 Geneva 40 

54 East High _. „_42 
42 Cleveland Heights 50 



Coach Calvert poses with his jubilant varsity squad in the locker 
room after the Panthers defeated L.E.L. Champs, Cleveland Heights. 






Ken Anzells 
Jim Nimrno 
Stan Intihar 



Bob Dulskis 
Frank Niramo 
Joe Pascal 



Myron Cooper 
Phil Borovic 
Don Vicic 



Vince Capello 
Bill Ebel 
Dick Paugh 



Kenny Sims 

Captain Denis DiCenzo 

Karl Brockman 




Wrestling 




This year, the wrestling squad brought the first state 
championship to Euclid High. With one state cham- 
pion. Manuel Paz, and three runners-up, Euclid far out- 
distanced all competitors. 

Opening the season against West High's defending 
champions, our grapplers lost a heartbteaker 18-22. 
Bouncing back in typical Euclid fashion, the groaners 
easily defeated Lakewood 26-13. University School 30-6. 
John Marshall 23-11, Benedictine 32-6, and Thomas 
Edison 26-8. Continuing their winning ways against 
a tough West Tech team 23-16, as well as John Adams 
22-10 and John Hay 26-14, our boys began to show 
the championship form needed to defeat first place 
Shaker Heights. This last meet was probably the most 
exciting and thrilling in Euclid history, as our wrestlers 
trailing throughout the meet rallied to upset the highly 
touted Raiders 18-14 and clinch a tie for first place in 
the Greater Cleveland Wrestling Conference. Both teams 
finished with a league record of six victories and one 
defeat. 

At the State Wrestling Tournament held at Euclid 
High, our grapplers with a fine show of sportsmanship 
out-fought all teams to win the state wrestling champion- 
ship as a grand climax to a truly fine season. 




CAPTAIN BILL VIGH 









Row /—J. Hc-rtel, D. Contenza, J. Such, M. Paz. Row 2 — C. Crawford, M. Cefaratti, B. Vigh, T. 
Evans, B. Nobbe, D. Brennan, R. Phillips. Row 3 — C. Reier, . Kalin, B. Ehas, J. Bernstein, 
R. Lapinskas, J. Hauser, B. Long, D. Adams. Row 4 — Coach Mayer, M. Papouras, G. Weir, R. 
Carson, G. Jacobs, F. Thompson, P. Carr, Coach Eckert. 



Pane 1 (6 



Mike Cefaratri 



Chan Crawford 



The second ream works out 
in the wrestling room. 



Don Contenza 
Manuel Paz 

Dick Brennan 
Ron Phillips 



Chuck Reier 
Jim Kalin 

Jack Such 
Bill Long 





State Champions 



Page 147 




Rou 1 — P. Petti, J. Bernstein, D. DiCenzo, L. Zupanic, G. Byrne, R. Kappelle. Row 2 — B. Fitz- 
gerald, B. Gargula. B. DeShields, F. Phillips, B. Spaur, B. Trout, J. Arwood, J. Hanna. 



Hail to Euclid's first Lake Erie League Cham- 
pions! The team of Captain Louis Zupanic. George 
Byrne, Robert Kappelle, and Edgar Zogg displayed 
fine balance and spirit as they won the Lake Erie 
League Golf Tournament by one stroke on May 
12 at Manakiki Country Club in Willoughby, Ohio. 

After losing the first three matches of the season, 
our boys came back strongly to win six of the 
seven matches to be played before the Lake Erie 
Tournament. Winning the tournament tended to 
relax the team somewhat, as they lost three and 
tied one of the remaining five matches. Under 
Coach Harold Blackburn's leadership the team 
finished the season with a medal for each boy and 
a trophy for the school. George Byrne was voted 
the Golfer of the Year and his name is engraved 
on a special trophy. 




Mr. Owens accepts Euclid's first athletic championship trophy 
in the name of the school from Golf Captain Lou Zupanic 
and Coach Harold Blackburn. 



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Golf 



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Swimming 




CAPTAIN BILL KIRCHNER 



Euclid's 1952 swim team was not a title winner, 
but the thrills it provided and the determination 
that was exhibited at all meets was certainly in 
the championship class. Although they were de- 
feated by Cleveland Heights 63-12 in the first 
meet of the season, their team spirit and individual 
skills showed steady improvement. As the season 
progressed, the winless Panther "aquamen" con- 
tinued to shatter Euclid pool records. Constantly 
dependable in their respective events were back- 
stroke artist Don Winter, breastrokers Tim Brown- 
ing and Don Whiteside, Graham Teichke and Max 
Krecis, 1953 captain-elect, in the freestyle, and 
1952 captain Bill Kirchner in diving. An entire 
season of losses failed to dampen the team's spirit 
and with a "never-say-die" attitude they managed 
to beat Western Reserve Academy in' the last of 
an eleven dual meet season to capture Euclid's 
first win in swimming. By performance they proved 
that Coach ' Jody" Gram was right in saying "this 
is one of the finest groups of boys I have ever 
worked with." 



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Rnu 1 — J. Dugan, D. Winter, B. Green, R. Schmelzer, F. Schuhle, B. Kirchner. Row 2 — Coach 
Gram, B. Barrett, M. Krecic, D. Whiteside, D. Freeh, D. Streck, B. Trout, J. McCandless. Row 3 — 
C. Rittenberg, B. Newman, J. Verbal, E. Seaman, T. Browning, G. Teschke, B. Bates, D. Morlock 



Page 149 



Poor weather caused Euclid's track team to have a bad start, an occurance which 
need not be repeated now that E.H.S. has its own indoor track for use all year around. 
With only twenty-one boys out for the team, and the first dual meet with Cleveland 
Heights, prospects looked grave indeed. As the season progressed, the team improved, 
but not as much as their competition. 

VX'hen the Lake Erie League Track Meet was held at Euclid on May 12, the cindermen, 
behind the high-scoring Moe Sugarman, finished last, only one-half point behind Shaker 
Heights. Moe scored Euclid's only first place, doing so in the broad jump. Orher scorers 
were Phil Clark, Tony Bechemer, Stan Intihar, Karl Brockman, and Al DeSimone. 

Faring little better in the rest of their attempts, the team failed to win a single dual 
meet during the remainder of the season. Due to the fine training and experience they 
have gained, future teams are certain to begin the climb to the top of the L.E.L. ladder. 




Rou 1 — C. Lays, M. Sugarman, D. Brennan, A. Sherrill, H. Crane, B. Lauter. Row 2- 
B. Horner, F. Molnar, K. Brockman, D. Glazer, J. Bentley. Row 3 — R. Elliott, J. 
Komraus, J. Guip, D. Vicic, J. Silverman. Rou 4 — T. Bechemer, F. Branceley, A. 
Waid, S. Intihar, R. Kidd. 



-C. Crawford, 
MacEwen, E. 
DeSimone, B. 



Page 150 




Row 1 — D. Ferrel, B. Gates, B. Vigh, R. Joranko, B. Snyder, K. Anzells. Row 2 — T. Kimes, L. 
Rattini, F. Podnar, B. Bartlett, B. Bartlett, L. Laddis. Ron 3 — E. Henkel, P. Borovic, B. Schneider, 
F. Adamowicz, A. Baker, B. Burkholder. 



Euclid High "hardballers" took to the diamond sixteen rimes during the 51 season 
to compile an impressive 12-4 record. Sophomore Bill Bartlett led the pitching staff 
with a total of five wins to one loss. Victorious in their first seasonal tilt, the Panthers 
trounced Painesville Harvey S-2 on the ciry hall diamond. Relaxing somewhat after 
their gain, the Euclidites suffered three defeats in a row at the hands of Lakewood 0-4, 
Lorain 0-1, and Cleveland Heights 1-2. Staggered by this unexpected blow the team 
rallied to put two more games in the win column by defeating Willoughby 6-1 and 
Elyria 3-1. The Height's Tigers played host to Euclid on the hilltop diamond and 
handed the Panthers a 2-1 defeat. Rallying their forces. Coach John Pohto's boys were 
triumphant in the last nine games of seasonal play. The victorious streak included 
victories over Shaker Heights 9-8, Shaw 5-3, University School 10-3, Collinwood 5-4, 
Painesville Harvey 2-0, Shaker 6-5, a double-header victory over Willoughby 7-3, 1-0, 
and Garfield 3-0. The last game scheduled with Shaw was cancelled because of 
inclement weather. The Shaker game helped Euclid High establish a precedent by partici- 
pating in the first high school night baseball game ever played in the State of Ohio. With 
experienced replacements for the loss of third baseman Frank Podnar, the only senior, 
a seasoned varsity squad will take the field during the next few seasons to make Euclid 
High a serious threat to all L.E.L. title contenders. 




Baseball 



Page 151 



Tennis 



The newest sport to be added to the athletic schedule at Euclid was tennis, a sport 
that is played both in the spring and fall. With the close of the 1951 fall season, the 
Euclid tennis team found themselves in fourth place with a record of nine wins and 
sixteen losses. Six teams participated in the round-robin Lake Erie League Tournament 
including Shaker, Shaw, Lakewood, Euclid, Lorain and Elyria. During the course of the 
regular season the "netters" gained their first L.E.L. team victory by defeating Elyria four 
to one. The two doubles teams, composed of three sophomores and one junior furnished 
most of the victories and provide bright prospects for the next few tennis seasons. The 
tennis squad of 1951, ably coached by Mr. Frank Troglia, showed a great deal of improve- 
ment over last year and will continue to turn out the championship players who will be 
greatly needed to carry Euclid's hopes for a title in the Greater Cleveland League. In the 
words of Don Alston, captain during the 1951 season, "Tennis is new in Euclid and it 
will take a long time to develop a strong, confident team — but still, we are representing 
Euclid High School to the best of our ability. 




Rou 1 — T. Carrol, D. Alston, R. Makman, W. Lux, F. Miller, J. Valentine. Row 2 — D. Johnson. 
M. Walklett. D. Niccum, R. Heriel, H. Meyers. D. Strancs, J. Skinner, Coach Troglia. 



Page 152 




Social Life 



"I am glad to see you in this merry vein." 

— Shakespeare 



Page 153 




ELAINE REPICKY 



Football Queen 



Basketball Queen 



JOYCE AHEY 






Football Attendants 




FOOTBALL COURT — Frank Garofalo, Joan Dondrea, Elaine Repicky, Leo Walsh, 
Janice Lindstrom, John Ohnemus. 



The Queen and her attendants were crowned at the Student Council 
Football Dance held on Saturday, December 8th. 




JANICE LINDSTROM 
First Attendant 



JOAN DONDREA 
Seen ml Attendant 



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JOAN CLAYTON 
First Attendant 



GALE EMERICH 

Second Attendant 



Her Majesty, the attendants, and their escorts started the traditional Queen's Dance at the 
Student Council Basketball Dance on Friday, March 21. 




Myron Cooper, Gale Emerich, Joyce Ahey, Denis DiCenzo, Joan Clayton, Vince Capello. 



basketball Attendants 



Page 157 




Hi-Y Friendship Formal 




Football games meant the appearance 
of the Marching Band at halftime with 
their varied and sparkling routines. When 
they weren't performing, the band mem- 
bers joined the crowds in the grandstand 
to cheer their team on to victory. 



When the tantalizing aroma of popcorn 
permeated the halls, Euclid students knew 
that they would be able to purchase a bag 
of fresh popcorn for an after-noon snack. 
Members of the Student Council operated 
the machine after school and at all athletic 



The doors of E.H.S. opened for the 
third time on September 5, 1951, to admit 
a new class of eager sophomores who 
were trying to acquaint themselves with 
the school, jumors who were glad that 
they were no longer the lowest of under- 
classmen, and seniors who were starting 
the last year in their Alma Mater. 



With the beginning of the football sea- 
son, the athletic year was officially started. 
Students and parents from all the Lake 
Erie League Schools passed through the 
new stadium gates to see the Panthers in 
action on the Euclid gridiron. 




In addition to the twelve dancing majorettes, 
Mr. Dale Harper added a new innovation to the 
half time program: Clad in a costume similar 
to the baton twirlers, Joan Clayton, acrobatic 
majorette, appeared each halftime with a rou- 
tine of graceful flips and cartwheels. 



Throughout the year we had many interest- 
ing assemblies, among which was the Trampolin 
Assembly. Two experts on the trampolin, a 
contraption resembling a bed spring, performed 
feats of muscular co-ordination and agility. 
Highlighting the program were the trampolin 
debuts of Miss Jane Lais and Mr. Tody Gram. 





Highlighting the Christmas social sea- 
son at E.H.S. was the Homecoming Dance. 
On December 28, the alumni of Euclid 
High congregated in the cafeteria to 
renew schoolday acquaintances. Welcom- 
ing the grads were the members of the 
Senior Class. As a memento of the oc- 
casion a review of all graduates and their 
present activities was distributed to 
everyone. 



Coached by the members of the Varsity 
squad and sponsored by Mr. John Pohto, 
the J.V. cheerleaders were on hand to 
lead the cheering section at all J.V. foot- 
ball and basketball games. They also took 
their turn exhibiting their commendable 
cheering prowess at some of the pep 
assemblies. 




Immediately following the Football Dance, 
came the opening of the basketball season 
with its many exciting moments as well as its 
disappointments. Unforgettable was the hy- 
steria accompanying the thrilling one point 
defeat of Cleveland Heights, L.E.L. champs, by 
the underdog Panthers. Those who witnessed 
this game and the ones that followed will not 
soon forget the 1952 season. 



Whether they won or lost the team had many 
loyal supporters in the stands ready to cheer 
them on. From the first game right through the 
District Basketball Tournament, Panther rooters 
stuck by their team. 

Decorating the press box at every home game 
was the huge blue banner with EUCLID in gold 
letters, purchased for the school by the Student 
Council. 



A once - in - a - lifetime treat was offered 
all Euclidites on September 9th with the 
visit of General Douglas MacArthur. Many 
students were able to catch a glimpse of this 
famous public figure during his inspection 
tour of local factories and the impressive 
parade held in his honor. The Euclid High 
Band took part in the welcoming ceremonies 
at Tapco and Graphite Bronze. 



Throughout the year, dances dominated 
the social calendar. The cheerleaders Sweater 
Hop, the Get-Acquainted Dance and the 
Football and Basketball Dances were a few 
of the all-evening affairs. The ever-popular 
after-game dance provided students an op- 
portunity to discuss the evening's athletic 
event before congregating at Smith's, Glenn's 
or The Willo for a late-evening snack. 




People from Euclid and surrounding areas 
jammed our gymnasium every night for two 
weeks during the District Basketball Tour- 
nament. VC'ith a cry of "revenge" the Cleve- 
land Heights Tigers knocked Euclid out of 
the finals and a try for regional and state 
honors. On the final night, second place was 
awarded our cheerleaders in the race for the 
Tournament Cheerleading Trophy while 
juniors Myron Cooper and Frank Nimmo 
took places on the All-Tourney Team. 



State Champions — our wrestling squad. 
Displaying winning form to the visitors at 
the State Invitational Wrestling Tournament 
held here February 29 and March 1. Coach 
Clarence Eckert's boys tallied twenty-six 
points to win the first place trophy. Manuel 
"T" Paz was crowned Euclid's only State 
Champ. Bill Vigh, Ron Phillips, and Tom 
Geitano rated second places while junior 
Dick Brennan took a third in competition. 





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The arrival of mid-year exams brought Bac- 
calaureate and Commencement. Headed by 
Valedictorian Blase Skully and Salutatorian Jer- 
ome Silverman, the mid-January class received 
their diplomas on Tuesday night, January 22, 
from Mr. Russell Glass, President of the School 
Board. The Reverend Howard J. Brown was 
the principal speaker at this impressive cere- 
mony. 



For some, the sounding of the three-twenty 
bell in June meant the end of another school 
year; for others it meant the end of all the 
joyous days at Euclid High. As we boarded 
buses or walked toward our homes our minds 
were crowded with memories of the past year. 
The teachers, athletic events, fads, classes, every- 
thing that was a symbol of our high school. 
Our vision was blurred as we took one last 
look at our Alma Mater — Euclid High School. 







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BILL'S CLOTHES 

TWO STORES 
618 East 185th St. 15119 St. Clair 



THEO YAHRAUS BARBER SHOP 

21 107 Euclid Avenue 



MOSS POINT CLEANERS 

21946 Lakeshore Blvd. 
550 East 200th Street 

"In Euclid Since 1930" 



Compliments of 

UDOVICH'S CAFE 

Compliments of 

ARROWHEAD DRUG 

774 East 200th Street KEnmore 1-7066 



GIBSON REALTY 

Smaller Realtors 



BEST WISHES GRADUATES 
FROM 

BUTLER BROS. 

DEPARTMENT STORE 
AND VARIETY STORE 

Lakeshore Blvd. at East 222nd Street 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



A Friend 



MILLER-STONE 

Euclid's Oldest Jewelers 

Between the Theaters 

DIAMONDS - WATCHES 

SILVERWARE 

EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 

REdwood 1-0155 



Compliments of 

EUCLID FORD CO 

FORD SALES AND SERVICE 

495 East 185th Street 
Euclid, Ohio 

IVanhoe 1-8400 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE WILLO RESTAURANT 



29050 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 



WI lloughby 3-2702 



REdwood 1-0565 






KAY JEFFREY, 


Compliments of 




INC. 

Features in Fashions 

22308 Lakeshore 

Blvd. 


LAKE SHOES 

22054 


Compliments of 

WATERWASH HARDWARE 

335 East 200th Street 


Shore-Center Bldg. 


Lakeshore Blvd. 




Euclid 23, Ohio 







REdwood 1-1556 

PHILLIP-JULES 
COMPANY 

CAMERA SUPPLIES - HOBBY SUPPLIES 

OPTICAL SUPPLIES 

22358 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid 23, Ohio 



REdwood 1-0200 

BRUNSWICK 

FOR FLOWERS 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

22382 Lakeshore Blvd. 



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RESTAURANT 

742 E. 185th Street 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

Phone IV. 1-8424 



Compliments oi 

St. Clair Building 
Supply Co. 



KOEPPLINGER'S BAKERY 

Bakers of Famous Health Breads 

Genuine Pumpernickel - Raisin Bread 

Home Made White 

19400 Nottingham Road KEnmore 1-1646 



Complete Real Estate and 




Compliments of 


Business Opportunities 


Compliments of 




CHARDON 
ROAD REALTY 


P. J. HARVEY 


BARKER and STAMPFEL 


1564 Chardon Road 


C. L. WAECHTER 


HOME APPLIANCE, INC. 


Euclid 17, Ohio 






IVanhoe 1-4041 


Representing: 
THE AMERICAN 


22066 Lakeshore Blvd. 


Res.: IVanhoe 1-6630 


CHICLE CO. 


RUGS - APPLIANCES - FURNITURE 


VINCENT CAPELLO 






Licensed Broker 




CARPETING 





Congratulations Graduates 


ED WANK 


LOUISI'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 


TELEVISION SERVICE CO. 


20030 Lakeshore Blvd. 


INSTALLATION 


IVanhoe 1-3775 


AND REPAIRS 






PROMPT EFFICIENT 






SERVICE ON ALL MAKES 
EUCLID'S LARGEST TV SHOP 


MLAKAR 
GROCERY 


ADAM'S 
MARKET 


KEnmore 1-1222 
378 East 200th Street 


522 East 200th Street 
EUCLID. OHIO 


QUALITY MEATS 

AND POULTRY 
520 East 200th Street 




IVanhoe 1-7020 


IVanhoe 1-2386 



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Compliments of 

REAL HARDWARE 

727 East 185th Street 

IVanhoe 1-1316 
IVanhoe 1-9634 



Compliments of 

STEUHRINGER'S 



TRY 

MASTRO'S BARBER SHOP 

FOR EXPERT HAIRCUTTING 

Children's Haircutting a Specialty 

391 EAST 200th STREET 



LAKE SHORE TASTY SHOP 

For Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Or After Theatre Snack 
Delicious Hot Corned Beef At All Times 

REdwood 1-1800 22350 Lakeshore Blvd. 



DIAMONDS - WATCHES - GIFTWARE 


WE DELIVER REdwood 1-5440 


ALVIN'S JEWELERS 


SHORE BEVERAGE 


TWO STORES 


"Euclid's Finest and Most Complete 
Beverage Store" 


690 EAST 185th STREET 


OPEN EVENINGS 


5633 BROADWAY 


21950 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



to the Class of 1952 



From the 



Euclid Chapter of the 



Future Teachers of America 



THE 

EUCLID 

NEWS-JOURNAL 



FOR COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS AND 

LEADING APPLIANCES 

Such as Frigidaires, Hoovers and Maytag. Etc. 

PARTS AND SERVICE 

ROYAL TYPEWRITERS 

Terms: One Dollar per Week 

Complete Line of Glidden Paint 

Northeast Appliance & Furniture Co. 

22530 Lakeshore Blvd. 

Next to Shore Theatre REdwood 1-2302 

Open Evenings Until 9:30 Everyday 



Compliments of 

CLANCY MOTORS 





For the Finest in Quality Jewelry 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


WOLKOV JEWELERS 

KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS 


The State Wallpaper and 


All Nationally Advertised Watches 
707 East 185th Street IVanhoe 1-4888 


Paint Co. 


LAKESHORE BARBER SHOP 


21944 Lake Shore Blvd. 


Specializing in Ladies' and Children's 


REdwood 1-7991 Free Delivery 


HAIR CUTTING 
Eight Chair Shop 




21934 Lake Shore Blvd. 



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Compliments of 


Compliments of 


CHATTERBOX 


Sc^ui 'Dual&te 


LOUNGE 


Donald Carroll lack Doner 




Ronnie Laccheo Lenny Delac 




Ronnie Son George Morocco 


Compliments of 

EAST 200th STREET BEER GARDEN 


Phil Richard Frank Loria 
Dick Geist Ronnie Lapinskas 
Bob Dyke Phil Toutan 


381 East 200th Street Phone KEnmore 1-9784 
Euclid, Ohio 


Jack Fisher Bob Payne 
Jan Johnson Bob Stefancik 


Compliments of 


SERVING OUR COUNTRY 


L. & C. SERVICE 


GENE SNYDER 


REdwood 1-5022 




21901 Lakeshore Blvd. 




BEST WISHES 


Compliments of 


from 


SQUIRES 


THE HILLW00D 


Hl-Y 


MANUFACTURING CO. 




21700 St. Clair Avenue 


CHAPTER 


Euclid, Ohio 


1952 



Page 179 



Compliments oi 




BELLE BEAUTY SALON 


FOLLOW 


21059 Euclid Avenue KE. 1-4410 


THE CROWD 


(Chardon Comers) 


TO . . . 




GLENN'S 




Compliments of 




SMITH'S DELICATESSEN 


28901 Lake Shore Blvd. 


21932 Lake shore Blvd. 


WILLOWICK, OHIO 


REdwood 1-4474 




Bill and Mill Clemence 





BEST WISHES FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS 



EUCLID 

ROAD MACHINERY COMPANY 



1361 CHARDON ROAD 



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BEST WISHES 

CLASS OF '52 

RAIMOR 
STUDIOS 

762 EAST 185th STREET 



CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER 



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DON'T MISS THE (BAND) BUS Have Fun • 




BAND 
INSTRUMEN 



Ts H|[yl§ 



BAND 
INSTRUMENTS 



. Go Places 



Contests . . . Festivals . . . Foot- 
ball games — provide thrilling 
fun for those in the band. Join 
your school band now and 
share in these exciting events. 

A good instrument will make 
your musical progress easier 
and faster. Why not pay us an 
early visit and let us show you 
the advantages of owning a 
new KING — the world's finest in 
band instruments. 

KINGS are made by 

The H. N. White Co. 

5225 Superior Avenue 
Cleveland 3, Ohio 



Best Wishes Graduates 



HYDRAULIC 



EQUIPMENT 



COMPANY 



EUCLID, OHIO 



Glavic Kaiser - Frazer 

536 East 185th Street KEnmore 1-3375 

Near Lake Shore Blvd. 
AUTOMOTIVE CENTER OF EUCLID 

BONNIE LYNN DONUTS 

514 East 185th Street KEnmore 1-7368 

Special Rates for Parties - We Deliver 

L&K SALES 

Service and Parts - Road Service 

792 East 200th Street 
KEnmore 1-2200 or KEnmore 1-9775 



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Walter D. Ebert Co. 

1836 EUCLID AVENUE 
CLEVELAND 15, OHIO 

PERMATET WATER SOFTENERS 

AND WATER CONDITIONING 

EQUIPMENT 



BEST WISHES GRADUATES 




THE OLIVER CORPORATION 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 



TO ALL THE MEMBERS OF THE 

GRADUATING CLASS OF 
EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

CONGRATULATIONS! 

AND OUR HEARTFELT GOOD WISHES 

FOR EVERY POSSIBLE SUCCESS IN YOUR FUTURE 

CAREERS AND PRIVATE LIVES AS WELL. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH CORPORATION 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

KING COLE DRIVE-IN 
RESTAURANTS 

Old King Cole 17901 Lakeshore Blvd. 

Old King Cole's Ranch House 17585 Lakeshore Blvd. 

King Cole's Famous Bar-B-Q 17121 Euclid Avenue 

SERVING "FOOD AT ITS BEST" DAILY UNTIL 2 A.M. 






THE HOUSE THAT SERVICE BUILT 



FORD & PAE 
NASH. INC. 

6816 Superior Avenue 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

MAXIM'S 
DELICATESSEN 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

EUCLID 

ROTARY 

CLUB 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CHANDLER 

PRODUCTS 

CORPORATION 



THE EUCLIDIAN 
BUSINESS STAFF 

Wishes to thank 

all of its advertisers. 

We are pleased to serve you, 

and we appreciate your 

willingness to allow us 

to include you 

among these pages. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



The Evans 

Envelope and Tag Co. 
HEnderson 1-5919 



the world's 
vour ovstei 




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COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



EUCLID 



CITY 



OFFICIALS 



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CONGRATULATION 



TO THE SENIORS 



EUCLID VETERANS CLUB 



1361 EAST 260th STREET 



PAULICH 

SPECIALTY COMPANY 

ADVERTISING GIFTS OF ALL KINDS 

CLASS RINGS AND PINS 

1851 Haldane Avenue Cleveland 12, Ohio 

Represented in Euclid By Stan Minotas 



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