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Presented by 

THE STUDENTS OF 
EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

711 EAST 222nd STREET 
EUCLID 23, OHIO 




'Not the beginning, but the continuing to the end which giveth the true glory. 

— Anonymous 



Editor Connie Bates 

Associate Editors Dawn Delight Bouse 
Sue Spangler 



Business Manager 



Florence Elrick 



Printing by 

Edward T. Samuel 

Binding and Cover by 
Little King 

Photography by 

Raimor Studios 

Engravings by 

Cleveland Engraving 



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CONTENTS 

FACULTY 5 

SENIORS ...... 15 

UNDERCLASSMEN 55 

DRAMA 77 

ACTIVITIES 83 

SPORTS 99 

MUSIC 121 

PUBLICATIONS 127 

SOCIAL LIFE 133 



Page 3 



DEDICATION 



This yearbook is dedicated not to a person or persons but to an 
idea which, when put into full scale development in 1945, re- 
sulted in a singularly successful program in building international 
understanding. 

The Euclid Senior High School students, having benefited from 
the unique fruits of this program for the past two years, in the 
persons of Mr. Peter Badham and Mr. Clifford Owen, appreciate 
the fact that the exchange teachers are really "ambassadors of good 
will without portfolio." 

The teachers exchange program bases itself on the idea that the 
key station of teachers in every community furnishes varied op- 
portunities for advancing international understanding and cooper- 
ation. These teachers are given the opportunity, not only to be- 
come better teachers, but also to become better citizens of their 
own respective countries and better citizens of the world. 

Therefore it is with great pride and humility that we, the 
EUCLIDIAN staff of 1953, dedicate this book to the International 
Teachers Exchange Program and to the teachers throughout the 
world who are participating in this program. Theirs has been and 
is "a monumental contribution to understanding and to world 
peace." 



Page 4 



FACULTY . . . 




Preach with conviction and teach with integrity. 

— President Eisenhower 



All I can offer you is blood, toil, tears, and sweat. 

— Prime Minister Churchill 




W. G. FORDYCE 

The people of Euclid have indicated their confidence in the American public 
school by the generosity of their support for these schools. Our high school stu- 
dents are particularly fortunate in having one of the most beautiful school build- 
ings in the country. It is the hope of the Board of Education and of your parents 
that you have taken full advantage of these facilities and of the contacts with a 
group of well-trained, stimulating teachers. 

Your yearbook is a record of your days in this school. We hope they were happy 
ones. As you leave the school, you assume to a greater degree the obligations of 
citizenship. The test of your educational experience will be in what kind of citizen 
you become and how fully you support the American ideals which have made your 
education possible. The Board of Education expresses its congratulations and best 
wishes for your future. 

W. G. FORDYCE, 

Superintendent. 




BOARD OF EDUCATION 

I. HI TO RIGHT — C. E. Bowman, Ray lurk, Vice-President; Russell Glass, President, Loyal 
I mi k .1 re John F. Davis. 



Page 6 



During its short life Euclid High School has 
been privileged to graduate many fine young 
men and women. This annual well illustrates 
the opportunities for all to live and learn in 
an atmosphere which contributes to a well- 
rounded life. 

We believe, at Euclid High, that students 
should have the opportunity to live in a demo- 
cratic atmosphere. This opportunity to partici- 
pate has helped our students to better assume 
adult responsibilities after high school gradu- 
ation. 

The publication of this yearbook with all 
the responsibilities which accompany it is evi- 
dence of the merit and the ability of our stu- 
dent body. May the lives of all who attend here 
be fruitful and make worthwhile contributions 
to an enlightened and better world. 

CLIFFORD G. OWENS, 

Principal. 



During these critical war years American 
youth has been brought face to face with sev- 
eral very serious challenges. Many of our 
young people have been forced to decide 
whether to enter combat service or to assist 
with industry, or to continue their education. 
The decision will never be an easy one. Ameri- 
can youth, always highly patriotic, under- 
stands what it means to maintain the American 
way of life at whatever cost is necessary. 

Your teachers and friends have confidence 
that you will continue your preparation and 
thus work for a better world. 

Best wishes. 

WALTER SCHWEGLER. 





Page 7 



DEAN OF MEN AND DEAN OF WOMEN 



As mediators of stu- 
dent-faculty relations 
and advisors to both 
students and faculty, 
our Deans, Mr. 
Meryle Baumer and 
Mrs. Harriet Sheets, 
hold two of the most 
vital positions in our 
school government. 




Librarians: "It is our aim to have the library a part of the school, not apart from it." These significant words tell very 
briefly and simply the intricate and difficult job that fall to our librarians. 
LEFT TO RIGHT— Mrs. Stein, Miss Bowditch, Mrs. Mette. 

PageS 



Lucille Aingworth Lester Angene Pauline Berg Harold Blackburn 




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414****— 

Pera Campbell Ruby Olson Myron Gordon Clifford Ov 




ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 

Used in thinking and 
communicating ideas, a 
skillful use of language is 
necessary for every intellec- 
tual endeavor and most 
social relationships. 
Through many experiences 
each six-week period, Eu- 
clid students continually 
improve their reading, 
writing, speaking, and lis- 
tening, helping to make 
better citizens, to become 
successful in their life's 
work, and to live happy, 
well-adjusted personal lives. 




SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT 

To encourage the highest 
type of citizenship in prob- 
lems dealing with govern- 
ment, economics, religion, 
and race, whose solutions 
depend entirely upon an 
intelligent and understand- 
ing attitude of all future 
active participants in Amer- 
ican democracy, and to try 
to develop those qualities 
which will make for a most 
intelligent citizenship, are 
not the least of the goals 
toward which the social 
studies teacher strives. The 
encouragement of a coop- 
erative spirit or an attitude 
of tolerance and the appre- 
ciation of culture are two 
further objectives. 



Stanley Whitside Helen Stewart Melvin Robb Neal Nelson 




Wilma Gillman Clemens Blauch Robert Bennett George Wiley 



LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT 



Neal MacKeigan Anthony Vaccarie 



Leonard Robuck 



The constantly improving transportation 
facilities, plus more and better means of 
communication, have brought the present 
generation of Americans into a community 
of nations in which the United States must 
play the part of a neighbor and a leader. 
Now as never before, it behooves Ameri- 
cans to make themselves understood by the 
other peoples of the world. It further be- 
hooves them to make every effort to under- 
stand the millions of persons in the world 
who express themselves in languages which 
are foreign to Americans. 




COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT 



The general objective of 
the Commercial course is to 
prepare the student to enter 
the business world immedi- 
ately after graduation. The 
students in the "Co-op" de- 
partment are given a mini- 
mum of fifteen hours a 
week of actual work experi- 
ence at the prevailing wage 
rate. This program offers 
to the students the oppor- 
tunity of "learning by do- 
ing." 



Delmar Smith 



John Reeves June Phypers Edmund Mize 




Dolores Hohs 



SCIENCE DEPARTMENT 



James Gebhart 



Olin Bailey 



Leon Heinlein 



A knowledge of the various sci- 
ences is extremely useful as well as 
being rewarding. The general ob- 
jective of the study of science is to 
aid the student to acquire, classify, 
and select facts and to draw logical 
conclusions. The program of scien- 
tific study offered at Euclid is a 
varied one which offers such courses 
as Physics, Horticulture, Biology, 
and Chemistry. 




Joseph Mayer 



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Harry Spangler Norman Thompson 



MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT 




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Beula Wilson Albine Weitzel 




Fred Johns 



Adrian Buerger 



Our Mathematics department of- 
fers: Shop Mathematics, Algebra, 
Plain and Solid Geometry, and 
Trigonometry. All of the courses 
in mathematics except shop math 
are a necessity for the student enter- 
ing a career of engineering or sci- 
ence. These math courses are suf- 
ficient for all the skilled trades in 
and out of industry as well as for a 
foundation for further mathematics 
in higher education. 



INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT 

Fred Vollman Ford Case Clarence Eckert John Supance 




Generally speaking, the Art and Industrial Arts 
courses are designed as nearly as possible to provide 
instruction and experience basic to the vocations and 
avocations represented in our school, shops, and craft 
rooms. 

The Industrial Arts subjects as set up are not intend- 
ed to prepare anyone for a specific job such as running 



a drill press or becoming a specialist 
in repairing automobile carburetors 
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. 



Page 12 



4USIC DEPARTMENT 



Dale Harper 



The Music department offers the student interested in music an opportunity to 
participate in band, orchestra, or choir. There is an opportunity for all, in both 
popular and classical music. Naturally, a desire to play or sing is stimulated, and 
it is hoped an understanding and appreciation of the finer type of music is 
developed. 




Jan Thompkins 




,RT DEPARTMENT 



The art course is constructed to provide a maximum of experience in all phases 
of art as it aoplies to everyday life. This covers oainting, drawing, crafts, appre- 
ciation, consumer education, ceramics, metalwork, sculpture, commercial art, and 
others. The emphasis is on practical work, although anyone who cares to use art 
as a career will find that this course will prepare him for art school or college art 
courses. 



Page 13 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 



Clarence 
Swackhammer 



Dorothv Gill 



Spartoco DiBiasio 



The physical education pro- 
gram for boys and girls is per- 
haps one of the most important 
in the Euclid High curriculum. 
Its purpose is to develop and 
maintain physical efficiency, es- 
tablish desirable health attitudes, 
develop permanent interest in 
recreational activities, sportsman- 
ship and a sense of fair play, 
self-control, poise, grace, ease, 
and self-assurance. 




HOME ARTS DEPARTMENT 




Marion Hoddiclt 



Edith Lemon 



Jessie Howe 



The general aims of the Home Arts course 
are: ( 1 ) To lead the student to realize some of 
her responsibilities as a member of a demo- 
cratic home and community; (2) To help the 
student analyze and solve her personal prob- 
lems as to clothing, food, and social relation- 
ships. 

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



Page 14 



SENIORS 




Go forth to meet the shadowy Future without fear and with a manly heart. 

— Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 



Gone — glimmering through the dream of things that were. 

— Lord George G. Byron 




SENIOR A CLASS OFFICERS 
LEFT TO RIGHT— C. Wagner, 
T. Christoff, G. DeNeower, 
D. Carroll. 



SENIOR B CLASS OFFICERS 
LEFT TO RIGHT— V. Capello, 
J. Kotnik, M. McCIure, T. Kure. 



SENIORS.. 



The Seniors of Euclid Senior High School, with three valuable 
years of preparation behind them, are now ready to take their 
respective places in the community. 

This class has always held high the principles and standards of 
Euclid Senior High School and will be long remembered for its 
many achievements. 

Now that commencement is drawing near, the Seniors will 
march proudly across the stage and receive their diplomas. This 
will be a happy day but tinged with sorrow. They leave the past 
with regret but face the future with great expectations. 



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ARNOLD, PATRICIA 

"Pat" 
Girl with a mighty roar. 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 
I; Swim Cadettes 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 4 
Majorette Letterwinner -I 
Choir 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 2 
Intramurals I, 2, 5, I: Pin 
ochleClub 1. 



BROZ, RICHARD 
EDWARD 

"Daddy" Broz 

He plays his little saxo- 
phone all up and down the 
town. 
Baseball 1,2; Band 1,2,3; 

Pins Pong Club I. 



CARROLL, DONALD A. 
"Don" 

For citizenship and service 
he deserves a pat. 
Sr. Class Pres.; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3, 4; Choir 1, 3, 
4; Sr. Cabinet 4; Poise for 
Boys 3; Chess Club 2, 3; 
Auto Club 4. 



CHRISTOFF, THELMA 
CLARA 

"Thelm" 
Entered from South High 
School, 1952. 
A girl whose headed for for- 
tune and fame. South's loss 
u ji Euclid's gain. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Sr. Class Treas.; Friendship 
Club 4; Sr. Cabinet; Math 
Club 4. 



CLAYTON, JOAN 

"Clay" 

Our leading lady. 
Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Fresh. Class Sec; Soph. 
Class V. Pres.; Friendship 
2, 3, 4; Soph. Homecoming 
Attendant; Basketball At- 
tendant 4; Sr. Play Cast; 
Majorette Club 3; Acro- 
batic Majorette 3; Mega- 
phone Club 2, 3, 4; Cheer- 
leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 4, Co-Captain 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Knitting Club 2; G.L.C. 3, 
4; Music for Fun 1. 




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CORLETTE, ANN 
MARY 

"Corky" 

She wins the seal of 
appr mal. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Choir 
; Red Cross 1; Pinochle 
Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; Ballroom Dancing 2: 
Canastsa Club 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



DAVIDSON, BRUCE 

"Bruce" 
I've no reason to complain! 
Boys Leaders 4; P. A. Club 
1; Camera Club 1, 2; Gem 
Hunters Club 1; Canasta 
Club 3, 4; Ping Pong 
Club 4. 



DeNEOWER, GLORIA 

We'd walk a mile for that 
winning smile. 
Fresh. Class V. Pres.; Soph. 
Class Sec; Sr. Class Sec; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 2; Homecoming At- 
tendant 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Prom 
Committee 4 ; Majorette 
Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 2, 
3, 4, Letterwinner 4, Cap- 
tain 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sr. Cabinet 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Pin- 
ochle Club 1. 



DYKE, JANET LEAH 
"Dykes" 

Blond Bombshell. 
Sr. Class Sec; Friendship 
Club 3; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2, 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4: Majorette Club 
2; Choir 3, 4; Glee Club 
2; P. A. Club 3; Sr. Cab- 
inet; Music for Fun 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4; Ukelele 
Club 3. 



DYKE, ROBERT 
ALLAN 

"Cadillac Kid" 

Casonova with a mighty 

voice. 

Student Council 3; Hi-Y 

2, 3; Swimming 3; Choir 

3, 4; Glee Club 3; Gem 
Hunters Club 2, 3, V. Pres. 
2, 3; Gymnastic Club 3, 4; 
Madrigals 4; Ukelele Club 
4. 



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EVANS. LLOYD 

"Tom" 
Birds can do it. wht can't I. 
Wrestling, 2, 4; Choir 3; 
Stage Crew 4; Dancing 
Club 3: Ping Pong 1; 
Checkers Club J; Pinochle 
Club 4. 



FISHER. WILLIAM 

A little fish in a big stream. 
Hi-Y J, 4; Cross Country 
1; World Affairs Club I. 



HAMMILL, GORDON 
"Red" 

Entered from Admiral 
Farragut Academy, 1951 
Second trip around. 
Football 1; Letterwinner 1; 
Gymnastics 4; Ping Pong 
Club 4; Athletic Associa- 
tion 1. 



KLAWON, RUSSELL H. 
"Russ" 

there aren't many like him. 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
Poise for Boys Club 4; 
Ping Pons Club 4; Chess 
Club 1. 



KOLLAR, SHIRLEY 

ANN 

Surely you will like Shirley 
Friendship 1, 2, A\ G.L.C( 
1; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
3, 4; Survey Bus. Staff 3 
Prom Committee 3; Mai 
jorette Club 1, 2, 3, 
Majorette 4; Choir 1, 2, 3j 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Intra| 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill 
and Scroll 4; llkelele Club 




Kl .SAR, ALICE 

Al" 
Beauty is its own excuse 
for being. 

Jr. Class V. Pres. 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2; G.L.C. I; 
Megaphone Club 2; Cheer- 
leader 1; Choir 1. 2; Music 
for Fun 2; Knitting Club 
3; Charm Club 4; Intra- 
mural: 1, 2. 



LACCHEO, RONALD G. 

"Lock" 
He's "Stapled" for life. 
Jr. Class V. Pres.; Quill & 
Scroll 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3, 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; 
Sr. Cabinet; Gem Hunters 
Club 2, Pres. 2; Poise for 
Boys Club 3; Auto Wise 
Club 4. 



LADDIS, LEWIS A. 
"Lou" 

The problem is not how to 
add years to your life, but 
life to your years. 
Boys Leaders 3, 4; Football 
1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; 
Letterwinner 3, 4; Baseball 
1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 
4, Captain 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; 
Diamond Sports Club; 
Quarterback Club. 



MIHELICH, MARLENE 

"Mar" 
She acted ivell her part, for 
there all honor lay. 
Srudent Council 3, 4; Jr. 
Class Treas.; Sr. Class Sec; 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 1; Swim Cadettes 
2, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Mega- 
phone Club 2, 3; Choir 1, 
2; Glee Club 3; Drama 
Club 1; Singing for Fun 2; 
Knitting Club 3; Cribbage 
Club 4; Charm Club 4, 
Pres. i; Echo Bus. Staff I; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MUHIC, RONALD 
"Ron" 

Every man is his architee 
of fortune. 

Hi-Y 1; Red Cross Club 1 
Ping Pong Club 4; Canasd 
Club 4; Gem Huntelj 
Club 4; Pinochle Club 1 



Page in 



IURRAY, JOE 

"Murr" 
ixperience is the best 
sacher. 
li-Y 1; Football 2; Track 

Whittling Club 2; Auto 
Pise Club 3; Ping Pong 
Mub 4; Canasta Club 4. 



NIDO, WALLACE 
JOSEPH 

"Joe MacNido" 

Entered from Collinwowod 
High, 1950. 

Man was made for braver 
things than study. 
Student Council 4, Plan- 
ning Committee 4; Boys 
Swim Leaders 2; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; Football 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 4; Choir 3; 
Swim Club 2; Quarterback 
Club 3, 4. 



NUNNALLY, 
RICHARD EVANS 

"Nunnbach" 
He has a sweet tooth, 
especially for "Cookie." 
Wrestling 1, 2, Captain 2, 
Letterwinner 1, 2; Ad Club 
1; Stage Crew 2; Bird 
Club 3; Lertermans Club 2; 
Ping Pong Club 4. 



PIERCE, MARGARET 

Entered from Garton High, 
Yonkers, N. Y., 1951. 
Her sweetness "Pierces" 
everyone with whom she 
comes in contact. 
Book Store 3; Knitting 
Club 3,4. 



PRESLEY, BRUCE 
WESTON 

"Press" 
Entered from East High, 
1951. 

Mr. Bennett and IP 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 1; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Sr. Cabinet; Banquet 
Committee 4; Gem Hunt- 
ers Club 2; Quill & Scroll 
4; Poise for Boys Club 3; 
Diamond Sports Club 4. 




ICHARDS, PHILLIP E. 
"Ace" 

'ith music and Barney 
e's tops. 

!i-Y 1, 2; Euclidian Bus. 
raff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
hoir 3, 4; Orchestra 1,2, 
; Stage Crew 1; Ping 
ong Club 4; Canasta Club 
4; Pinochle Club 1. 



SON, RONALD A. 

"Little Boss" 
May his life be as rich and 
full as his music. 
Student Council 2; Jr. Class 
Officer; Euclidian Ed. Staff 
1, Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 
4; Prom Committee 3; Sr. 
Cabinet; Canasta Club 2; 
Ping Pong Club 3. 



SNYDER, GERALDINE 

"Geri" 
The closer I get to trouble 
the smaller it grows. 
Friendship Club 1; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3; Megaphone 
Club 2; Choir 1; Sr. Cab- 
inet; Pinochle Club 3, 4; 
Knitting Club 1; Echo 
Staff 1. 



RICHMOND, DONALD 
"Butch" 

With the U. S. Marines in 
Korea — Holds the Purple 
Heart and Bronze Star. 
A good heart is better than 
all the heads in the world. 
Football 2, 4, Letterwinner 
2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Let- 
terwinner 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 
4; Stage Crew 2; Diamond 
Sports Club 3, V. Pres. 3; 
Canasta Club 4. 



STARMAN, JOSEPH 
"Champ" 

Not yet a star but a good 
man. 

Student Council 1; Stage 
Crew 1; Canasta Club 4; 
Ping Pong Club 4; Pin- 
ochle Club 2. 



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VALENC1C, ROSE 
MARIE 
"Rosie" 

Engaged, her diamond doth 
announce, soon her free- 
dom she'll denounce. 
Fresh. Class Pres. I; Soph. 
Class Treas. 2; Friendship 
Club 1. 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 1: 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. Play 
Cast; Ptom Committee 3, 
t; Megaphone Club 2, 3, 
4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; Cheer- 
leader 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; 
Card Club I; Drama Club 
1 ; Echo Bus. Staff 1 : Cheer- 
leader Practice Club 2, 3, 
4; Dancing Club 3: Charm 
Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3, 4; Choir 1, . 



WAGNER, CAROL 

ANN 

"Carol" 
Right must win with her 
winning smile. 
Sr. Class V. Pres.; Friend- 
ship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Sr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Prom Committee 3; 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Mega- 
phone Club 2. 3; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 3; Sr. 
Cabinet; Echo Bus. Staff 1; 
Card Club 1: Intramurals 
1.2,3,4. 



W'ASHBITRN, 
RICHARD 
"Dick" 

He who cmers territory in- 
stead of seat of chair, is 
success. 

Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, 
Chaplain 4; Boys Swim 
Leaders 2, 3, 4; P.A. Club 
2; Camera Club 3, Treas. 
3; Swimming Club 4. 



WORLEY, MILDRED 
RUTH 

"Millie" 
Voice out of the whirl- 
wind. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Choir 
1; Glee Clubs 1; Echo Bus. 
Staff 1; Dramatic Club 1; 
Needlecraft 1, Charm Club 
4; Knitting Club 3; Intra- 
murals 1, 2. 3. 



ZALES, BARBARA J. 

A ready smile, an ablau 
brain, a mighty fine girl to\ 
be a friend. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4;| 
G.L.C. 1; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 1 ; Survey Bus. Staff 
1; Jr. Play Prod. Staff;! 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Mega- 
phone Club 2, 3; Swimj 
Club 4; Art Club 3; Echol 
Bus. Staff 1; Needlecraft 
Club 1; Card Club 2; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3. 




ADA.SMWICZ, FRED J. 

"Alamo" 
Rememb 'r the Alamo. 
Hi-Y; Football 1; Letter- 
winner 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 3, 4; Dia- 
mond Sports Club 2, 3, 4, 
Sec. 4. 



ALLAR, RICHARD J. 
"Dick" 

There's power it: bis voice. 
Hi-Y 2; Boys Leaders 1; 
Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 

2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
1, 2. 3. 4; Cribbage Club 
2; Diamond Sports Club 

3, 4, Treas. 4. 



ANDEEN, JOAN 
"Jo" 

W-a-t-c-h her steps? 
Friendship Club 1, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Majorette Club 
2, 3, 4; Majorette 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 4; Choir 1, 3; 
Red Cross 1; Music for 
Fun 4; Sports and Games 
Club 1. 



ANZELLS, KENNETH 
PAUL 

"Ken" 
To know him ;'j to under- 
stand him. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 3, 4; Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Let- 
terwinner 2, 3, 4; Diamond 
Sports Club 2, 3, 4; Quar- 
terback Club 2, 3, 4. 



ATRAN, RITA 
"Rita" 

Entered from Addison Jr. | 
High, 1950. 

Humor and wit, for leader- 
ship she's fit. 

Natl. Forensic League 3, 4; 
Quill & Scroll 4; F.T.A. 4;. 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 1; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Committee 4; Ma- 
jorette Club 3; Choir 1, 2,i 
3, 4, Sec. 1; Glee Club 1; 
Sr. Cabinet; Girls League 
1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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3ABN1CK, MARY 
1EONA 

"Lee" 

entered from Wilson Jr. 

-ligh. 1950. 

X'hat sweet delight a quiet 

fe affords. 

riendship Club 3, 4; Eu- 
lidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 

; Girls Hockey 4; Jr. 

lay Prod. Staff; Prom 
lommirtee 4; Glee Club 

, 4; Sr. Cabinet; Book 

tore 2; Knitting Club 2; 

'ravel Club 3; Intramurals 

, 2, 3, 4. 



BAILEY, LUCILLE 

"Lu" 
Quiet girl. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Red Cross 2, 3, 4. 



BAKER, ALAN JAMES 
"AL" 

True ease in writing comes 
from art. not chance. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Hi-Y 2, 3; Eu- 
clidian Ed. Staff 4; Survey 
Ed. Staff 3, 4; Basketball 
Manager 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 3, 4; Choir 3, 4; Sr. 
Cabinet; Quill & Scroll 4; 
Assembly Service Club 1; 
Math Club 3. 



BALDASSARRE, 
EVELYN 
"Evie" 

Beautiful brown eyes. 
Friendship Club 2; Book 
Store 1; Art for Fun 1; 
Pinochle Club 2, 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



BALES, JOYCE 
NORENE 
"Dolly" 

Bales of laughter. 
Friendship Club 1, 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 1; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; P.A. Club 3; Movie 
Club 4; Travel Club 1; 
Canasta Club 2; P.A. An- 
nouncers 3; Whats-it Club 
3; Charm Club 4. 





ALINT, ARLENE 
IAE 

' Arlene" 

er chatter and laughter 
ill live ever after. 
riendship Club 1, 3, 4; 
urvey Ed. Staff 1; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod, 
taff; Movie Club 3, 4; 
ravel Club 1; Canasta 
lub 2; Shorthand for Fun 
, Treas. 3; Charm Club 4. 



BAMBICK, 
LOLI 



PEGGY 



Entered from Andrews 
School for Girls, 1952. 
She pegs on the "88." 
Choir 3- 



BANN, MICHAEL A. 

"Mike" 
This "Barm" has a fan. 
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 
1, Basketball 1,2; Baseball 
1; Band 1; Orchestra 1; 
Pinochle Club 2. 



BARNEY, WILLA 
JEAN 

"Jeanne" 

With a shining baton, she 

marches on. 

Friendship Club 3; G.L.C. 

3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
V. Pres. 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Majorette Club 2, 3, 

4, Majorette 3, 4, Captain 
4, Letterwinner 4; Choir 
2, 3, 4. 



BARNHART, JUDITH 
"Judy" 

Never give a man up until 
he has failed in something 
you liked. 

Friendship Club 1; G.L.C. 
l.Pres. 1; G.A.A. 1; Mega- 
phone Club 2; Movie Club 
1; Sr. Cabinet; Pinochle 
Club 2, 3. 



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BARRETT. DONNA 

"Donna" 
Life is a mirror and will 
reflect back to the thinker 
what she thinks into it. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Natl. Forensic Leaeue i. -i. 
Sec. 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treas. -i; Friendship Club 
I, 3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff, 
Asst. Director; Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; Glee Club 2. 3: Danc- 
ing Club 2; Music for Fun 
3; Publications Club 3; 
Charm Club 4. 



BARRETT, ROBERT 
"Bob" 

Entered from Bloom Town- 
ship High, 1951. 
Grin and "Barr ett" 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Boys Swim 
Leaders 3, 4; Football 4; 
Swimming 3, 4; Swim 
Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; 
Quarterback Club 4. 



BARTLETT, 
ROBERT G. 
"Bob" 

What a pair! 

Fresh. Class Treas.; Hi-Y 
1; Football 1, 2, 3, Letter- 
winner 1, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 
3, 4. Letterwinner 1, 2, 3, 
4; Diamond Sports Club 
2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 1; 
Intramurals. 



BARTLETT, WILLIAM 
"Bill" 

Connoisseur of curves. 
Fresh. Class V. Pres.; Hi-Y 
I; Football 1, 2, 3; Letter- 
winner 1, 3; Capt. 1; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Letterwinner 
1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1; Stage 
Crew 1; Diamond Sports 
Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Intra- 
murals. 



BATES, CONNIE 
"Squeak" 

A high stepping "little' 
leader, fame will surely 
greet her. 

Natl. Honor Society 3, 4 
Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Stu 
dent Council 2, 3, 4; Soph 
Class Sec; Homecoming 
Attendant 4; Euclidian Ed 
Staff 3, 4, Editor 4; Jr 
Play Cast; Choir 2, Pres 
2; Pinochle Club 2; Bridge 
Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 




BAUER, JOANNE 
"Joan" 
Always cheery, never 
u eary. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Swim Cadertes 3; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Majorette Club 2; Mega- 
phone Club 4; Cheerleader 
, 'jnasta Club 3. 



BAVETZ, JAMES W. 
"Jim" 

Jungle Jim. 

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

Club 2; Cribbage Club 3. 



BEAR, RICHARD 
"Dick" 

Big bear, fair and square. 
Boys Leaders 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3, Letterwinner 
1; Track 1; Letterwinner 1. 



BEAUDRY, BRUCE 
"Boe" 

There are better things in 
life than textbooks. 
Boys Leaders 1 ; Boys Swim 
Leaders 3; Choir 1; Pin- 
ochle Club 1; Chess Club 
2; Bird Club 3; Ping Pong 
Club 4. 



i Iml 
bum 



1, 



BECK, CAROL 
"CAROL" 

She longed to have 
sheik to bring her 
from school each w 
Friendship Club 
G.A.A. 1; P.A. Club 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Art fcj 
Fun 1; Sports Club 1 
Ballroom Dancing 2; Pit 
ochle Club 3; Embroider 
Club 4, Pres. 4; Chan 
Club 4. 



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3EHNKE, ROBERT 
"Bob" 

/ great men are dying. 1 
n't feel so well myself. 
otball 1; Golf 4; Choir 
Modern Dance 2; Can- 
:a Club 3; Math Club 4. 



BELDIN, SHIRLEY 

"Shirley" 
You don't quite knoti why 
you like her. you only 
know you do. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 
Treas. 1; G.L.C. 4; G.A.A. 
2; Survey Bus. Staff 3; 
Choir 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 
2; Movie Club 1, 3, 4; 
Assembly Planning Com- 
mittee 1; Fresh. Play Prod. 
Staff; Pinochle Club 2; 
Shorthand for Fun 3. 



BELTZ, ELAINE 

"Elaine" 

All happiness depends on 
courage and work. 
F.T.A. 3; Friendship Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 1; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Majorette 
Club 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dancing Club 1; Girls En- 
semble 1, 2, 3; Madrigals 
4; Charm Club 4. 



BENCIN, RICHARD 
"Dick" 

Daddy Joe? 

Hi-Y 1; Biology Club 1; 
Mystery Reading 2; Chess 
Club 3; English Club 4. 



BENTLEY, JAMES A. 
"Jim" 

High guy in Hi-Y. 
Student Council 1; Hi-Y 2, 
3, 4, Pres. Knights Chap- 
ter 4; Cross Country 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 3; Track 3,4; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie 
Club 1, 4: Track Club 3,4. 




3ERMER, 
1ACQUELYN 

"Jacky" 

the height of delight. 
vTatl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
3.L.C. 3, 4, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 
I, 3, 4, Treas. 3; Cheer- 
eader 1; Choir 1; Ukelele 
Club 2. 



BESSLER. EDWARD 
"Ed" 

Entered from Shaw High, 

1951. 

Have you ever been to 

Canada? Well — I'll tell 

you . . . 



BEVERIDGE, TOM 
"Tom" 

What nil he turn out to 
be? 



BLASIUS, ARLINE 

"Arr" 
Entered from Marymount, 
1950. 

She has a charming little 
manner, can uell uphold 
Euclid's banner. 
F.T.A. 2; Friendship Club 
2; Reading & Writing for 
Fun 2; Canasta Club 3; 
Bridge Club 4. 



BOLDEN, CHUCK 
"Boel" 

Aw girls, leave me alone! 
Hi-Y 1; Boys Leaders 2; 
Mystery Reading 4. ■ 



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BOMBACK, GLENN 

"Glenn" 
This lad's so nice to have 
around, within the senior 
class be is found. 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 3: Foot- 
ball 1; Track 1,4; Golf J: 
Sr. Cabinet: Prom Com- 
mittee: Pinochle Club 3. 



BOROV1C, PHILIP 

"Bucheroni" 
This man of action is a 
main attraction. 
Student Council 3; Boys 
Leaders 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
J. 3, i. Letterwinner 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 2. j, 4; Basketball 
Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball Club 
3, 4; Football Club 4. 



BOUSE, DAWN 
DELIGHT 

"Dawn" 

Entered from Willousjhby 
High, 1951. 

The transplanted flower 
that bloomed anil flourished. 
Natl. Forensic League 3, 
4; Prince of Peace 4; Stu- 
dent Council 2, 4; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4, Sec. 2; Friendship 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 1, 
2, 3, 4, Treas. 2; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 4, Associate Ed. 
4; Survey Ed. Staff 4; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 
1, 2, 3, Advisory Board 

1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 

2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Jr. Play 
Cast; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Latin Club 2; National 
Thespian 1, 2; Quill & 
Scroll 4. 



BRADNER, 
MARIANNE 

"Mare" 
You never get any fun out 
of the things you haven't 
done. 

Friendship Club 3, 4; Swim 
Cadettes 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; Girls Hockey 
Team 3; Swim Club 4; 
Pinochle Club 1. 



BRENNAN, 
RICHARD D. 

"Dick" 
Silent and strong, he gets 
along. 

Hi-Y 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, 
Chaplain 4, Knights Hi-Y 
Council 4; Boys Leaders 2; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 1, 3, 4; Wrestling 

1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 

2, 3, 4; Track 1, 3, 4; 
Letterwinner 1; Swim Club 
2; Football Club 2, 3, 4; 
Pinochle Club 2; Wrestling 
Club 4. 




BREW, JUANITA 

"Jaa" 
So sweet and neat. 
Majorette Club 1; Choir 
1, 2, 3; Music for Fun 3; 
Echo Staff 1; Friendship 
Club 1; Canasta Club 4. 



BROCKMAN, KARL 
VICTOR 

"Karl" 
Hold the fort girls, I'm 
coming. 
Student Council 2; Football 

2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 4; 
Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 

3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4, 
Co-Captain 3, 4: P.A. Club 
2; Track Club 3, 4; Quar- 
terback Club 4. 



BROSE, MARK 

"Mark" 
Always happy, always gay, 
this boy lives from day to 
day. 

Prince of Peace 3; Hi-Y 
2, 3; Baseball 1, Manager; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4, Board of Dir. 4 
Orchestra 1; Movie Club 1 
World Affairs Club 2, 4 
Travel Club 3. 



BROWN, ARLINE 
"Brownie" 

Pistol Packing Momma. 
Natl. Forensic League 3, 4; 
Prince of Peace 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; Survey 
Bus. Staff 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 
4; Glee Club 3, 4; P.A. 
Club 3, 4, Sec. 3, V. Pres. 4. 



BROWSKE, DON 
"Rod" 

Entered from Cathedral 

Latin, 1950. 

A born tease, but do they 

like it! 

Swimming 3; Automotives 

Club 4; Round Table Club 

3. 



Pag-24 



UHNER, PHILIP 

Phil" 
hief Big Feet. 
hess Club 2, 3, 4. 



BURNS, JEAN 
KATHERINE 

"Jeanie" 

Never horrid, never mean, 
many, many friends has 
]ean. 

Student Council 1, 4, 
Treas. 1; Friendship Club 
3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Movie Club 1; Book Store 
1; Pinochle Club 1, 3, 4; 
Ballroom Dancing 2; Girls 
Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Mad- 
rigals 2, 4. 



BUSH, SHIRLEY ANN 

"Shirl" 
Entered from Willoughby 
Union High, 1952. 
I'm a lonely little petunia 
in an onion patch. 
Bridge Club 4; Co-Op. 4. 



BUTCKE, SHIRLEY 

ANN 

•Shirl" 
Her jokes will be known 
through eternity. 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Canasta 
Club 2; Cribbage Club 3; 
Bridge Club 4; Girls En- 
semble 4. 



CAMILLY, ROGER 

"Roger" 

Entered from East Tech, 
1950. 

Even though Roger in sta- 
ture is weeny, His voice, 
we'd say, is far from teeny. 




APELLO, VINCENT 
"Vince" 

e has the stride of a 
enius. further proof is 
ot at hand. 

tudent Council 3,4; Plan- 
ing Committee 4; Sr. 
lass Pres.; Boys Leaders 
, 3, 4; Football 4, Letter- 
'inner 4; Basketball 2, 3, 
, Letterwinner 3, 4; Track 
4, Letterwinner 3, 4; 
J.A.S.S. 3, 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Choir 3; Sr. Cab- 
net; Quarterback Club 3. 



CARLOZZI, 
JOSEPHINE 

"Jo- 
Entered from Wickliffe 
High, 1952. 

Very quiet and friendly 
too. only her virtues her 
best friends know. 
G.A.A. 3; Red Cross 3; 
Music for Fun; Embroidery 
Club 4; Charm Club 4. 



CARLSON, PATRICIA 

ANN 

"Pat" 
A quiet girl, reserved, but 
still she does her task with 
rare good will. 
Friendship Club 4; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; 
P.A. Club 2; Sr. Cabinet; 
Pinochle Club 1; Ballroom 
Dancing 2. 



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CARROLL, SALLY 

"Sal Gal" 
A friendly gal with many 
pals. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 3; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff 4; Choir 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 2; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Swim Club 3, 4. 



CARUSO, SHIRLEY 

"Toni" 
"Toni" is so cute and 
plump, she keeps the boys 
all on the jump. 
Prince of Peace 1; Friend- 
ship Club 1,2, 3,4;G.A.A. 
1, 2; Girls Hockey Team 
1; Majorette Club 2; Choir 
1, 2, 4; Glee Club 2; Girls 
Ensemble 4; Art Club 4. 



CASE. BRUCE 
"Case Botch" 
Possesses what feu possess. 
Hi-Y 2. 5, Treas. 3; Survey 
Bus. Staff 2, 3; Football 1; 
Track 3; Ir. Play Cast; 
Band 1; Orchestra 1; P.A. 
Club 1, 2, i; Movie Club 
1; Key Club 2, 3. 4; Pin- 
ochle Club 2, 4; Travel 
Club 3; Gem Hunters 
Club 3. 



CHUHA. NANCY 

"Nan" 
A sweet shy girl is she. 
Friendship Club 2; Singing 
for Fun 2; Cribbage Club 
3; Charm Club 4. 



CLAMPITT, 
CONSTANCE 

"Connie" 
Hi-steps to the 



oad of 



Friendship Club 2, 3; 
GAA. 1, 2, 3, 4; Major- 
ette Club 2, 3, 4, Majorette 
3, 4; Charm Club 4. 



CLARKE, MARY 
"Red" 

Her hair is such a lovely 
shade, its envied by many 
a maid. 

Friendship Club 3; G.L.C. 
1, 2; GAA. 1, 2; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Glee Club 1, 
2; Canasta Club 3; P.A. 
Club 4; Red Cross 1,-2; 
Travel Club 4. 



CLASEN, CAROL 

"Class" 
Voice out of the whirling 
world. 

Friendship Club 2; Book I 
Store 3; Singing for Fun; 
2, 3; Charm Club 4. 




COLLINS. ELEANOR 

"El" 
This little girl is sunshine 
happy. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2; 
Canasta Club 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



COLWILL. MARSHA 

ANN 

"Marsh" 
In fields and courts she 
loves her sports. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 4; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girrs 
Hockey 3, 4; Singing for 
Fun 2; Cribbage Club 3. 



CONNELL, YIRGINIA 
MARY 

"Virginia" 

Her friendly smile does 
beguile. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1,2, 3,4; Glee Club 
2; Dancing Club 2; Rum- 
my Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



CONSIDINE, PAT 
"Consie" 

A pleasant happy little 
lass, we're glad to have her 
in our class. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3,4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; 
Swim Club 4; Movie Club 
1; Knitting Club 2; Pin- 
ochle Club 3. 



CONTENZA, DONALIi 
"Don" 

Courage is the essence 
greatness. 
Student Council 4; Boy| 
Leaders 3, 4; Football 1, . 
Letterwinner 1; Wrestlin, j 
1, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 
4; Track 1, Letterwinner 1] 
N.A.S.S. 3, 4; Bird Club 



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COOPER, MYRON 

"Coop" 

He'd stoop to nothing but 
the door. 

Survey Bus. Staff 4; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, 3. -*, Letterwin- 
ner 1, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2 
3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 3, 4 
Baseball 1, Lettetwinner 1 
Stage Crew 1 ; Quarterback 
Club 3, 4. 



CORRON, 
BERNADINE 

"Bernie" 

Blondes prefer gentlemen. 
Friendship Club 1, 2; 
G.A.A. 1; Choir 1, 3, 4; 
Red Cross 1, Pres. 1; Ball- 
room Dancing 2; Pinochle 
Club 3; Charm Club 4; 
Intramurals. 



COUK, RITA 
"Reet" 

Cute, carefree, and gay. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 1; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Movie Club 1; 
Sr. Cabinet; Pinochle Club 
3; Ballroom Dancing Club 
2; Card Club 4. 



CRANE, HAROLD 
"Hal" 

He does his work and goes 
his way. 

Cross Country 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 4; Track 2, 3. Let- 
terwinner 3; Track Club 2; 
Ping Pong Club 4. 



CUMMINGS, THOMAS 

"Tom" 
There are hot times 
"Cummings." 

Choir 1, 2; Cribbage Club 
2; Arthur Godfrey Club 4. 




CORMIEA, SHIRLEY 

ANN 

"Squirrley" 
She is the one who's full 
of fun. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 4; 
G.A.A. 2; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Glee Club 2, 3; P.A. 
Club 3; Pantomine Club 1; 
Ballroom Dancing 2; Ar- 
thur Godfrey Club 4. 



COSTELLO, MICHAEL 
EDWARD 

"Mike" 
/ will he happy all the day. 
let come what may. 
Jr. Play Cast; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Choir 1, 2, 3. 4, 
Asst. Dir. 2; Movie Club 
1; Sr. Cabinet; Roundtable 
Club 3; Ukelele Club 2. 



CRAIG, JACK 

"Jack" 
He's got that certain some- 
thing that everybody likes. 
Boys Swim Leaders 2; 
Swimming 2, 3; Cribbage 
Club 1; Pinochle Club 2,3. 



CREGO, EUGENE 

"Gene" 

Eugenie with the light 
brown hair. 

Basketball 1, 2, Letterwin- 
ner 1; Choir 1; Ping Pong 
Club 4. 



CUTLER, CAROL JANE 
"Carol" 

Starry eyes, light brown 
hair, a cheery friend is 
a lady fair. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 3, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; 
G.L.C. 1; Swim Cadettes 2, 
3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Let- 
terwinner 3; Girls Hockey 
Team 3, 4; Megaphone 
Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 
Letterwinner 1; Band 1, 
Letterwinner 1; Orchestra 
1; Swim Club 3; Art Club 
2; Charm Club 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3,4; Freshman 
Play Prod. Stafl. 



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CVETIC. RICHARD 
"Dick" 

Entered from Cathedral 

Latin in 1949. 

Sporty smile. 

Boys Leaders 5,4; Football 

2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 2, 3, 

•4; Basketball 3; Choir 3, 

4; Football Club 3,4. 



DAVID. BONNIE 
MAXINE 
"Bon'' 

She loves to live and lives 
to love. 

Friendship Club 2; G.L.C. 
1: G.AA. I; Girls Hockey 
1; Megaphone Club 1, 2, 
3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3; 
Dancing Club 2; Cheering 
Yell-0"Club 2, 3; Singing 
for Fun 3; World Affairs 
Club 4; Charm Club 4. 



DELOST, DOROTHY 
JEAN 
"Dee" 

Everyone who Dorothy 
knew, found her loyal, 
staunch, and true. 
Friendship Club 1, 2; Choir 
1; Reading and Writing 
for Fun 2; Canasta Club 
3: Bridge Club 4. 



DEMETER. LUANA 

JEAN 

"Lu" 

Our character is our will, 
for what we will we are, 
Srudent Council 1, 2, 3 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
G.L.C. 4, Sec. 4; G.A.A 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; Mega 
phone Club 2; Cheerleader 
1. 



DINWOODIE, JUDITH 

"Dimwit" 
Here is a girl who will 
take a dare, Most any time, 
and anywhere. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4, 
Sec. 4; Quill & Scroll 3, 4; 
Srudent Council 1; Jr. Class 
Treas.; Friendship Club 1, 
2, 3, 4, Pres. 1; G.L.C. 1; 
Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; Cir- 
culation Manager 4; G.A.A. 
2, 3, 4; Girls Hockey 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2; V. Pres. 
4; Glee Club 4; Swim 
Club 4; Girb State Rep. 
3; Pres. of Council 3; Art 
Club 2, 3. 




DAUER, ARNOLD 
"Fritz" 

A ukelele player with a 
French accent. 
Tennis 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 
Choir 1; Stage Crew 1 
Red Cross 1; Pinochle 2 
Shorthand for Fun Club 3 
Ukelele Club A. 



DELANEY, NORMAN 

"Norm" 
The sensitive touch. 
Prince of Peace 4; Student 
Council 1; Hi-Y 1, 2; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 1; Tennis 2; 
Choir 1, 2; P.A. Club 3, 
4; Movie Club 1; Stage 
Crew 1; Pinochle Club 2;- 
Drama Club 1. 



DeLUGA, MARVIN 

"Marv" 
Firmness is great; Persist- 
ancy is greater. 
Prince of Peace 4; F.T.A. 
4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Orches- 
tra 3, 4; P.A. Club 3, 4; 
Music for Fun 2. 



DtSHIELDS, BOB 

"Bugliand" 

Entered from Shaw High 
in 1949. 

/ am not afraid of tomor- 
row, for I have seen yester- 
day and I love today. 
Student Council 3; Hi-Y 
1, 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3; Baseball 1; Track 
4; Swimming 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Ukelele 
Club 2; Math Club 3; Golf 
Club 2, 3, 4. 



DIXON, FOREST 

"Woodsy" 

Happy-go-lucky. 

Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Pinochle 3; 

Choir 2, 3, 4. 



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DOBLER, G. RONALD 

"Slim- 
He knows the classics one 
by one. 

F.T.A. 4; Dancing Club 2; 
Ukelele Club 2; Shorthand 
for Fun Club 3; Extemp. 
Speaking Club 3; Ukelele 
Club 4. 



DRAZ, ARTHUR 

"Art" 
The voice from nowhere. 
Ad. Club 2; P.A. Club 1, 
2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3. 



DULSKIS, JOAN 
"Toa"ie" 

A good sport is half the 
game. 

Friendship Club 2, 3. 4: 
G.LC. 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
4: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Hockey 1. 2; Singing for 
Fun 2- Pinochle <~!ub 3; 
Cribbase Club 3; Quill & 
Scroll. 



DYN~3. CAROLYN 
"Carol" 

Her winy remarks are fall 
of sparks. 

Friendship Club 1, 3, 4; 
Girls Leaders 3, 4, Treas. 
4: Euclidian Bus. Staff 3. 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Advisory 
Board 3. 4, Letter-winner 
3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Majorette Club 2; Choir 2, 
3, 4; Movie Club 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



EELLS. JOAN 
"Jo" 

/'re no reason to comb lain. 
Friendship Club 1,2, 3, 4; 
Movie Club 4: Book Store 
3: Canasta Club 2; Home 
Nursing Club 3: Travel 
Club 4; Charm Club 4. 




DOUTTIEL, JEANNE 
MARIE 
"Jeanne" 

Entered from Roosevelt 
High, Kent, 1951. 
Jeanne and her magic 
violin. 

Friendship Club 4; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Ensemble 
1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; 
Glee Club 1,2; P.A. Club 
3, 4, Pres. 4; Boosters 
Club 2. 



DULSKIS, ROBERT 
"Big Bob" 

A card shark. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 4; Pinochle Club 2; 
Basketball Club 3. 



DUVAL, ODETTE 

DIANE 
"Odette" 

Enthusiasm is the favor of 

reason. 

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

Board 2, 3; P.A. Club 1. 

2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Intramurals 

1, 2, 3, 4. 



EBEL, WILLIAM 
"Pixie" 

Here's to Pixie full of fun. 

Bright and cheery as the 

sun. 

Golf 1; Camera Club 1; 

Checker Club 1; Pinochle 

Club 1, 3. 



EHAS, ROBERT 

"Bob" 
Give me a place to stand 
and 1 will move the earth. 
Wrestling 3, 4; Gymnastics 
Club 3. ' 



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EIGHMY. EVELYN 
RAE 

"Evie" 
hi her quietness, she bai 
;barm. 

Choir 1; Red Cross 1; 
Knitting Club 2; Mystery 
Reading Club 3; Embroid- 
ery Club 3, Charm Club A. 



ELRICK. FLORENCE 
"Flo" 

Truth and honesty are the 
best passwords thru life. 
Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 1, 3; Planning 
Committee 1; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2. 3, 4, Bus. Manager 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff 3; Majorette 
Club 2, Majorette 3, 4; 
Choir 1; Sr. Cabinet; Pin- 
ochle 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 

EWELL, JUDITH 

"Judy" 
Ready, willing and able. 
F.T.A. 3, 4; FriendshiD 
Club 1, 2, 3; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Cast; Choir 4; 
Ad Club 2, 3, 4; Modern 
Dance Club 2; Pinochle 
Club 3; World Affairs 
Club 4, Sec. 4; Echo Ed. 
Staff 1 ; Stagecrafters Club 
1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FARKY, JOYCE 

"Joyce" 
She goes through life hav- 
ing a dickens of a time. 
Student Council 3; F.T.A. 
3; Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, Cabinet 4; G.L.C. 1, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 3; G.A.A. 
2. 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Choir 3; Card Club 1; 
Dance Club 2; Pinochle 
Club 3; Girls Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



FEE, ARTHUR 
"Art" 

Drum your way through 

life. 

Band 3. 4; Pinochle Club 

J; Math Club 4. 




EISLER, VIVIAN 
LEONA 

"Y iv !' 

4 winning personality with- 
out the least formality. 
Student Council 4; Friend- 
ship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Leaders 1, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 
4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Choir 1 ; Red Cross 1 ; Card 
Club 1; Dance Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3; Girls 
Intramurals. 



EVANS, CHERIE 
"Cherie" 

Vim. vigor and vitality. 
G.A.A. 1; Dancing Club 
2; Music for Fun 3; Bridge 
Club 4; Friendship Club 4. 



EYNON, JUDITH 
"Jude" 

Strike up the band, third 
finger left hand. 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2; Girls Hockey 1; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Majorette 
Club 2; Choir 1; Sr. Cab- 
inet; Bridge Club 3. 



FAZZAN, MARY 

ANN 

"Fuzz" 
A jolly good friend is she. 
Friendship Club 3; Sr. 
Cabinet; Music for Fun 2. 



FIELDING, DENIS 
"Denis" 

A good guy. 
Singing for Fun 2. 



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FINK, DONALD 
FRANK 

"Big and Bad" 
Quiet is what we need. 
Football 1; Pinochle 1, 



FLVNN, JULIE MAE 

"Julie" 
She's our Gentle Ju/ie. 



FRANCISCO, RETTA 
"Dag" 

Her fingers fly along on 
the ivory. 

Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 
3, 4; Band Board of Direc- 
tors 4; Travel Club 3, 4; 
Ukelele Club 2. 



FRE^KFR, LARRY 
"Hick" 

Entered from Chester High 

in 1951. 

Under the shelter a fire is 

burning. 

F.T.A. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Sec- 

Treas. of Knights 4; Choir 

4; Math Club 4. 



FRIEDBERG, ROBERT 
MILTON 

"Bob- 
Entered from Ashtabula 
in Sept., 1952 
The chanting of innumer- 
able whims. 
Chess Club 4; Sr. Cabinet. 




FITZGERALD, 
ROBERT JOHN 
"Fitz" 

The boy with the tape 

recorder. 

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

Card Club 1 ; Camera Club 

2, Treas. 2; Music for Fun 

3; Canasta Club 4; Golf 

Club 2, 3, 4. 



FORTNER, WILLIAM 
ROGERS 

"Wild Willy" 

lust a "wheel" in the cycle 
of life. 

Natl. Honor Soc. 3, 4; 
Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Natl. 
Forensic League 2, 3, 4, 
Treas. 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; 
Prince of Peace 2, 3, 4; 
Winner 4; Survey Ed. Staff 
2, 3, 4; Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, 
Cir. Mgr. 2, Adv. Mgr. 3, 
Bus. Mgr. 4; Jr. Play Cast, 
Prod. Staff; Choir 1, 2; Ad. 
Club 1; Student Council 
1, 2, 3, 4; Planning Comm. 
1, 4; Book Store 2; Red 
Cross 1, 2, 3, 4; Service 
Club 1, Pres.; Breeze Staff 
1; Key Club 3, 4. 

FRECH, RICHARD 
"Dick" 

To thine own self be true. 
Football 1, 4; Basketball 1; 
Swimming Club 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 
4; Track Club 3; Swim 
Leader 3, 4. 



FRIDLEY, PHYLLIS 

"Fifi" 

Some think the world is 
made for fun and frolic — 
so do I! 

E.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 
3, 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Music for Fun 
2, 4; Pinochle Club 3. 



FRIEDIL, RUBY ANN 
ELIZABETH 

"Rubv" 

She strikes a happy note. 
Student Council 2; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 
3; Girls Leaders 1; Swim 
Cadettes 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 
3, 4; Jr. Play Cast; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Club 3, 
4; Movie Club 4; Art Club 



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FRIEDMAN. SLYVIA ( 

"Syl" 
Sincerity triumphs over all. ' 
Friendship Club 1. 2, 5, i: 
Euclidian Ed. Staff I; 
G.A.A. 1. 2, 3, 4; ]r. Play 
Prod. Staff; Choir 1: Glee 
Club 4: Pinoch'e Club 3: 
Charm Club i: Hall Guard 
4; Freshman Play 1. 



GARDNER. STEWART 

"Stew" 
Not a chip but the wbo'e 
block. 

Hi-Y 1. 2. 3: Tennis 2, V 
t: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Can- 
asta Club 3; Art Club 2: 
Boys Quartet 2, 3, 4. 



GAYLOR. JAMES 
"Rusty" 

The refutation through it 
thousand years may defend 
on the conduct of a single 
••'oment. 

Ad. Club 1; P.A. Club 1: 
Movie Club 1: Stage Crew 
I. 2; Chess Club 2; Art 
Club 3; Pimchle Club 4. 



gt asf'j rwviD 

"Dave" 
By the work you knou tht 
worker. 

Student Council 1; Hi-Y 

2. 3, 4. V. Pres. 3. Chip,- 
lain of Cleve. Hi-Y Coin 
cil; Football 1, 2. 3, 4: 
Basketball Manager 3, ■'■ 
Track 1, 2. 3, 4, Lette-- 
winner 1; Choir 1, 3, ■'. 
Pres. I, Treas. 3; Movie 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. I. 

3. Pres. 4: Model Airplane 
Club 1: Dancing Club 2; 
Track Club 3, 4. 

GOERS, MARJORIE 

ANNE 

"Margie" 
On your mark, get set. 
"Goers." 

Friendship Club 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Girls Hockey 
2; Jr. Play Prod Staff; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie 
Club 1 ; Red Cross 1 ; Book 
Store 1; Pinochle Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Madrigals 4, Sec. 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 




GABOWITZ, 
DEBORAH 
"Debby" 
The least of Debby we can 
say is that she'll be missed 
when she's away. 
Flower Club 2; Travel Club 



GARGUILO, WILLIAM 

"Bill" 

Bill's days were gladly 
spent making friends 
wherever he went. 
Swimming 2, 3, 4; Pin- 
ochle 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GUIFFRE, BETTY 
"Betz" 

A smile so bright is ahvayi 
bright. 

Student Council 4; Plan- 
ning Comm. 4; Friendship 
Club 1, 2. 3, 4; G A.A. 1, 
2, 3, 4; Choir 1; Ad. Club 
2, 3, 4; Girls Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; P'nochle Club 
1, 2, 3; Round Table Club 

4. 



GLINSEK, BARBARA 

ANN 

"Bubbls" 
Re-entered after a year and 
a half at Willoughby. 
Bubbling over with joy. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Majorette 
Club 2; Glee Club 1; 
Charm Club 4. 



GOLINAR, CARL 

"Carl" 
All men of action are 
dreamers. 

Hi-Y 1; Survey Bus. Staff 
3; Baseball 2; Auto Club 
3; Intramurals 1, 2. 



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GORDON JOHN 
MICHAEL 

"Mike" 
He who contains himself 
seldom goes wrong. 
Choir 1, 2; Fresh. Play 
Cast; Gem Hunters Club 2; 
Card Club 1 ; Canasta Club 
3, 4; Intraumurals 1,2, 3- 



GORJUP, PATRICIA 
MARIE 

"Patsy" 

Cheerful earful. 
Student Council 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3; Majorette Club 3; 
Choir 1 ; Red Cross 1 ; 
Charm Club 4; Music for 
Fun Club 2; Dancing Club 



GUARINO, FRANK 
JOHN 

"Frankie" 

Steadiness, humbleness, and 

friendliness are just 

qualities. 

Student Council 2; Choir 

1; Ad Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Canasta Club 1; Chess Club 

2; Intramurals. 



HALL, WILLIAM F. 
"Bill" 

The "Hall" wouldn't be 
the same without Bill. 
Wrestling 4; Baseball 2, 3, 
4; Mystery Club 3; Golf 
Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals. 



HAMMILL, WILLIAM 

"Bill- 
No man's enemy. 
Student Council 1; Foot- 
ball 1; Baseball 1; Movie 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Canasta 
Club 1; Fresh. Play Cast; 
Dancing Club 2; Golf Club 
3; Echo Ed. Staff 1; Intra- 
murals. 




GORKA, JACK J. 

"Jack" 
I can always work for the 
city. 

Wrestling 3; Baseball 2, 3; 
Stage Crew 1, 2; Mystery 
Club 3; Chess Club 2; 
Poker Club 3; Intramurals 
1, 2. 



GROSS, NANCY ANN 
"Blondie" 

A warm friend in our 

midst. 

Flower Club 2; Travel 

Club 3, 4. 



HAGY, WILLIAM H. 
"Bill" 

Be slow of tongue and 
quick of eye. 

Card Club 1; Gem Hunters 
Club 2; Canasta Club 3; 
Music for Fun 3; Math 
Club 4; Hall Guard Cap- 
tain 1. 



HALLACK, MARY 

ANN 

"Fifi" 
She masters good. 
Student Council 4; F.T.A. 

3, 4, Sec. 4; Friendship 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 3, 4; Survey Ed. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girls Hockey 1; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Book Store 3, 

4, Manager 4; Knitting 
Club 2; Home Nursing 3; 
Publications Club 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Quill & Scroll 4; 
Hall Guard. 

HANNA, JAN 
"Janne Hanne" 

That slow, easy walk. 
Friendship Club 1, 2; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1; Jr. Play Cast; 
Art Club 2, 3; Charm Club 
4; Ukelele Club 2. 



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HANNA. JAMES 
"Jim" 

A ten o'clock scholar. 
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3: Swimming 
4; Golf 2, 3, 4; Movie 
Club 1; Fresh. Play Cast: 
Dancing Club 2; Golf Club 
2, 3, 4; Ukelele Club 3, 
4; Echo Ed. Staff 1; Intra- 
murals. 



HASSINK, MARY 
ELIZABETH 

"Liz" 
Light and fair, she does 
her share. 

Friendship Club 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Ad Club 3: 
Movie Club 3, 4; Red 
Cross 2, 3, 4; Book Store 
4; Service Club 1. 




HANSON, JOANNA 
"Hans" 

To be a good listener is a 
rare virtue among mortals. 
Prince of Peace 3; F.T.A. 
4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Survey Ed. Staff; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Choir 
4; Glee Club 4; Home 
Nursing Club 3; Publica- 
tions Club 3; Service Club 
1; Hall Guard. 



HAZEN, BARBARA 

"Barby" 
With voice of heavenly 
delight. Her ways are full 
of fun and bright. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Majorette Club 
3; Singing for Fun 2; 
Dancing Club 2; Embroid- 
ery Club 4; Intramurals. 



HEINRICH, ESTHER 

"Lynn" 
How sweet are looks that 
ladies bend on whom their 
favors fall. 

Friendship Club 1, 3; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Choir 1, 
2, 3. 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Sewing Club 2; Publica- 
tions Club 2; Whats-it 
Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



HERMAN, ROBERTA 
"Ro" 

California, here 1 come. 
Friendship Club 2; Ad 
Club 2; Embroidery Club 
4; Shorthand for Fun 3. 



HOFFART, MARLEEN 

"Mar" 
Better a free bird than a 
captive king. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4- 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Knitting Club 
2; Ballroom Dance Club 
2; Canasta Club 3; Em- 
broidery Club 4. 




HENKEL, ERNEST 

"Ernie" 

To his pit chine, he gives 
his all. 

Student Council 1, 3; Hi- 
Y; Boys Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 1, 3; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 2, 3, 4; Sr. Cabinet; 
Diamond Sports Club 3, 4. 



HEROLD, SONYA 

"Sonny" 
She "Herolds" the good 
things in life. 
Friendship Club 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Girls 
Hockey 1; Whats-it Club 
3; Star Gazers Club 3; 
Charm Club 4. 



HOWARD, BARBARA 

"Barb" 
Entered from Mary D. 
Brandford (Wise), 1951. 
Hey kids, what's the latest? 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Choir 2; 
Glee Club 3; Pinochle 
Club S. 



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HUDDLESTONE, 
JOAN 
"Huddle" 

She bobs her way on the 
waves of life. 
F.T.A. 4; Friendship 2, 3, 
4; Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Swim Club 3, 4; Movie 
Club 4; Canasta Club 2; 
Dancing Club 2. 

INGRAHAM, 
KATHLEEN 

"Kathy" 

There's always open house 
at lngraham's Dew-drop 
Inn. 

Student Council 4; F.TA. 
4; Friendship Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 4; Survey 
Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Prom Committee 3; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
3; Red Cross 3; Book Store 
4; Canasta Club 2; Danc- 
ing Club 2; Home Nursing 
Club 3; Science Club 3; 
Publications Club 4; Serv- 
ice Club 1. 

IRONS, SALLY 
"Sal" 

She can iron out your 
troubles. 

Student Council 1; Friend- 
ship Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3; 
Red Cross 1, 4; Embroid- 
ery Club 2; Whats-it Club 
3; Intramurals. 



JAMES, DALE 
"Dale" 

Poit'er dwells in cheerful- 
ness. 
Boys Leaders 4. 




HUTTON, DOREEN 

"Dean" 

Philosopher of life. 
F.T.A. 1; Friendship Club 
1, 2; G.A.A. 1, 2; Dancing 
Club 2; Pinochle Club 3; 
Charm Club 4. 



INKS, JEAN CLAIRE 
"Jeanne" 

Entered from Collinwood 
High, 1952. 

The greatest virtue of man 
is, perhaps, curiosity. 
Student Council 1, 2; 
G.L.C. 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2; 
Girls Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
Co-Captain 1, Captain 2; 
Glee Club 1; Red Cross 1, 
2; Pinochle Club 4. 



JACOBSKI, JEAN A. 

"Jean" 

Baby face, you've got the 
cutest little baby face. 
Friendship Club 1, 2; Sur- 
vey Ed. Staff 2; Dancing 
Club 2, 3; Ukelele Club 4. 



JANKE, CAROLYN 
"Carolyn" 

Everyone's friend. 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Survey Ed. 
Staff 2; G.A.A. 1, 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff 3; Prom 
Committee 3 ; Majorette 
Club 2; Travel Club 3; 
Math Club 3; Spelling 
Club 4; Service Club 1. 



JERKIC, MYRA 

"My" 
She follows a talented and 
a gracious path. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
National Forensic League 
3, 4; Prince of Peace 
3, 4; Student Council 
4; F.T.A. 4; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 4; Quill & Scroll 4; 
Jr. Play Cast; Choir 1, 2, 
3; Book Store 3; Pinochle 
Club 1, 2; Knitting Club 
3; Arthur Godfrey Club 4. 




JEVNIKAR, 
ELIZABETH JANE 
TERESA 
"Betty" 

The mark of intelligence 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 
G.L.C. 4; Survey Ed. Staff 
2; G.A.A. 4; Jr. Play Prod.; 
Prom Committee 3; Band 
2, 3; Ad Club 3, 4; Flower 
Club 2; Travel Club 2; 
Math Club 3; Service Club 
1; Spelling Champ 1; In- 
tramurals 2, 3, 4; Hall 
Guard 1, 4. 



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JIROVEC. FRANK 
WILLIAM 

"Frank" 
Living a life of eager 
industry . 

Prince of Peace 3; Student 
Council 4; Hi-Y 2, 3; Ten- 
nis 2, 3; Jr. Play Cast; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; 
Red Cross 3: Ukelele Club 
2: Star Gazers Club 3: 
Checkers Club 3; Chess 
Club 3; Math Club 4: Boys 
Quartet 2. J, i 



JOKELA. BERNICE 

"Bernie" 
Oh.' What beautiful hair. 
Student Council 1; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. of 
Sr. Chapter; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff: Ad Club 3, 4. 



KALIN, JAMES 

"Jim" 
Don't wait for him to drop 
the anchor. 

Student Council 3; Boys 
Leaders 3, 4; Football 1, 

2, 4, Letterwinner 1, 4; 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Let- 
terwinner 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 

3, Lerterwinner 1; Prom 
Committee 4; Band 1, 2, 
3, 4; Choir 4; Orchestra 
1: Sr. Cabinet; Dancing 
Club 2, Pres. 2; Football 
Club 3; Hall Guard 2, 4. 

KARLINGER. 
RICHARD 
"Dick" 

Entered from Collinwood 

High. 1950. 

Nothing is too high for 

man to reach if he hut 

climbs with care and con- 

fidence. 

Chess Club 1, 2; Science 

Club 3; Math Club 4; Key 

Club 4; Student Council 4. 



KELSO, ANNE 

"Diver" 
Generosity, and her brain 
hate led her the way to 
friends and fame. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4, V. 
Pres. 3; Euclidian Ed. Staff 
3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Choir 2, 3; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Swirr, 
Club 2, 3; Art Club 2 




JOHNSON, DAVID 
"Dave" 

Entered from Classical 

High, Mass., 1951. 

His power lies in his 

thoughts. 

Tennis 3; Gymnastics Club 

3; Travel Club 4. 



JORANKO, RONALD 
"Ron" 

His heart's in his art. 
Student Council 2, 3; Hon- 
orary 3; Quill & Scroll 4; 
Jr. Class Pres.; Hi-Y 2; 
Boys Leaders 2, 3; Euclid- 
ian Ed. Staff 3, 4; Art 
Editor 4; Football 1, 2, 3; 
Basketball 1, 2; Wrestling 
4; Prom Committee 4, 
Chairman 4; Sr. Cabinet; 
Key Club 3. 



KANE, ROBERT FRED 
"Bob" 

For man is man and master 
of his fate. 

Hi-Y 3; Tennis 2; Choir 
1, 2; Star Gazers Club 3; 
Chess and Checkers Club 
3; Math Club 2, 4. 



KAURICH, JOSEPH 
"Joe" 

Enthusiasm is your best 
asset. Use it! 

Hi-Y 1 ; Boys Leaders 1 
Football 1; Track 1; Jr 
Play Prod. Staff; Cooking 
Club 1; Dancing Club 2 
Pinochle Club 3, 4. 



KELLAM, JOYCE 

"Joyce" 

Effort is her middle name. 
Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 
Board of Dir. 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 4; Red Cross 1, 4; 
Flower Club 3, Sec. 3; 
Nursing Club i; Singing 
for Fun 2. 



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KELLEHER, JOHN 

"Jack" 
Entered from St. Ignatiu 
1952. 

Nice and Neiv. 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



KNAPP, RAY 
"Ray" 

A swell fellow. 



KOEPPUNGER, 
GEORGE T. 
"George" 

The staff of life has taken 

him through school and 

strife. 

Cooking Club 1; Chess 

Club 2. 



KOTNIK, GENEVIEVE 
"Jeanne" 

Innocence so becomes a 
girl. 

Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Sr. Class 
Sec. 4; Friendship Club 
2, 3, 4, Treas. 4; G.L.C. 3, 
4; Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Hockey 3; Choir 1; Sr. 
Cabinet; Pinochle Club 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



KRAUTER, LARRY 
"Larry" 

What should a man do 
but be merry? 
Hi-Y 1; Boys Swim Lead- 
ers 2; Football 1, 2, 3, Let- 
ter winner 1; Basketball 1, 
2, 3, Letterwinner 1; Base- 
ball 1; Letterwinner 1; 
Choir 3, 4; Gymnastics 
Club 4. 



KIBBY, GAIL SUSAN 
"Cookie" 

Golden friends I had. 
many a light-footed lad. 
Prince of Peace 3; Friend- 
ship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Gitls 
Hockey 1; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Canasta Club 2, 3; Pin- 
ochle Club 4; Service Club 
1. 



KNEZEVICH, LOUIS 
GEORGE 

"Louie" 

7/ takes life to love life. 
Student Council 2, 3, 4, 
Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Plan- 
ning Committee 3, 4; Hi-Y 

2, Treas. 2; Boys Leaders 
1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Let- 
terwinner 1, 3, 4; Track 1; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 2; Glee 
Club 1, 3; Madrigals 1; 
Stage Crew 1; Gymnastics 
Club 1 ; Quarterback Club 

3, 4; Singing for Fun 3- 



KOKOS, FRANK 
"Frank" 

A little bit independent. 
Gymnastics Club 4; Gem 
Hunters Club 3; Stage 
Crew 1; Pinochle Club 3, 
4; Football 1. 



KOTNIK. GERALD E. 

"Jerry" 

"I am, sir. the brother of 
an angel." 

Choir 1; Movie Club 1; 
Cribbage Club 2; Auto 
Wise Club 4; Music for 
Fun Club 3. 



KRECIC, MAX 

"Max" 
He pools his resources in 
everything he undertakes. 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Boys Swim 
Leaders 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; 
Swimming 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 3, 4, Captain 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Swim Club 
3, 4, V. Pres. 4; Movie 
Club 3, 4. 



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KREINHEDER, KAREN 

"Kreiny" 
Forward ever, backward 
never. 

Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Prince 
of Peace 4; Student Coun- 
cil Planning Committee 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 
4; Survey Bus. Staff 2, 3, 
4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Choir 4; Glee Club 4; P.A. 
Club 3; Book Store 4; 
Knirting Club 2; Publica- 
tions Club 3, 4; Ed. of 
Eucyo. 

KROME, PAT 

"Slip" 
Gentle lady. 

Euclidian Bus. Staff 2; 
Survey Ed. Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 1, 2; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Choir 1, 
2; Glee Club 4; Card Club 
1; Singing for Fun 2; Crib- 
bage Club 3; Pinochle 
Club 4. 



KUNKEL, TOM 

"Klunker" 
Blonde and tall, liked by 
all. 

Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Football 1; 
Basketball 3; Baseball 1, 
3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3,4; Band 
Board of Dir. 4; Basketball 
Club 2; Dancing Club 3; 
Mystery Reading Club 4; 
Key Club 4. 



LASINSKI, CARL 
EUGENE 
"Carl" 
He sows good fellowship 
and reaps good friendship 
Cross Country 4, Manager 
Wrestling 3; Swimming 2 
Tennis 2; Art Club 1, 2 
Track Club 3. 



LEFFERTS, PATRICIA 
"Pat" 

// there's a question you 
must ask, for her to answer 
is no task. 

Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Natl. Forensic League 3, 4; 
Prince of Peace 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 
4; Swim Cadettes 3, 4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Ad. Club 
2, 3. 4; Swim Club 3, 4; 
Dance Club 2; Art Club 
2; Service Club 1, Treas. 



KROMAR. JOAN 

ANITA 

Attended Miami Edison 
High School in Jr. Year 
There's love the world 
over, wherever you are. 
Natl. Forensic League 2, 
Soph. Class Treas.; Frien 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; G.L.C 
1; Prom Committee 2 
Megaphone Club 2, 4 
Cheerleader 2; Choir 1 
Glee Club 2; P.A. Club 2 
Ukelele Club 4; Fresh 
Class Play Cast; Natl 
Thespians 3. 

KUCHERA, MARC1A 
ELLEN 

"Shorts" 

She's little but so is she a 
stick of dynamite. 
Natl. Forensic League 2, 3, 
4; Prince of Peace 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Choir 1, 2, 3, 
4; Glee Club 1, 2; Reading 
& Writing for Fun Club 2; 
Canasta Club 3; Pinochle 
Club 4; Madrigals 4. 

KURE, ANTHONY 
FRANK 

"Tony" 

Leaves the vivid air signed 
with his honor. 
Student Council 3; Class 
Officer 4; Treas. Boys 
Leaders 3, 4; Sr. Cab., 
Treas;. Key Club 3,4,Pres. 
4; Math Club 3. 



LEBOK, EDITH 
"Edie" 

Enrered from Chardon, 
1951. 

Dramatics is her way of 
life. 

Natl. Honor Society 2, 3, 
4; Natl. Forensic League 
3, 4; Prince of Peace 2, 3, 
4; Student Council Plan- 
ning Comm. 4; F.T.A. 4; 
Euclidian Ed. Staff 4; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 3, 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Survey Ed. Staff 
4; Jr. Play Cast; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3; P.A. Club 3, 4; Sr. 
Cabinet; Jr. Radio Council 
4; Quill & Scroll 4. 

LENGEL, ARLINE LOIS 

"Ar" 
Hold fast your dreams. 
Prince of Peace 2; Friend- 
ship 2, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Girls Hockey Team 1, 
2; Choir 1; Glee Club 2; 
Knitting Club 2; Charm 
Club 4. 




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LIBBY, MARGARET 

"Libby" 

None have escaped her 
smile. 

Student Council 3; Friend- 
ship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim 
Cadettes 1, 2, 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Majorette Club 
2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 3, 4; Mega- 
phone Club 2, 4; Band 1, 
2; Choir 4; Glee Club 4; 
Dancing Club 2; Hall 
Guard 3. 

LONG, JOYCE DIANE 
"Pork" 

Cheerfulness is an offshot 
of goodness and wisdom. 
Soph. Class V. Pres.; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, V. 
Pres. 4; Homecoming At- 
tendant 2; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Survey Bus. Staff 

2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treas. 1; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Choir 1; Glee Club 
1; G.L.C. 4; Art Club 2; 
Travel Club 3; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

LUX, WILLIAM 
"Bill Football" 

Everyone of us has un- 
tapped reservoirs of power. 
Football 1; Wrestling 1, 2; 
Tennis 3, 4, Letterwinner 

3, Capt. 4; Camera Club 
2; Pinochle Club 4. 



LONG, GLENN H. 
"Glenn" 

Right must win. 

Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 

Council 4, V. Pres. 4; Band 

1, 2, 3, 4. 



Mac DOWELL, JOANN 
"Dimples" 

Entered from Zanesville 
High School, 1951. 
A picture is worth a thou- 
sand words. 

Natl. Forensic League 4; 
Friendship Club 3; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; Red 
Cross 3, 4, Chairman 4. 



MAGNUSSON, 
SHIRLEY 

"Shirley" 

The girl with the green 

hair. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Swim Cadettes 2, 3, 4; Tr. 

Play Prod. Staff; Choir "3, 

4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Swim 

Club 3, 4; Canasta Club 2. 



LOVETT, MARILYN 

JANE 
"Lyn" 

She was as good as she was 

fair. 

Friendship Club 3; Choir 

1; Glee Club 2; Music for 

Fun 2, 3; Camera Club 2; 

Charm Club 4. 



LYMAN, JEAN 
La VONNE 
"Sparky" 
Entered from Andrews 
School for Girls in 1951. 
/ am a part of all I have 
met. 

Friendship Club 3; Glee 
Club 1; Travel Club 4; 
Knirting Club 3. 



MacKAY, DON 
MILLER 

"Mack" 

/ could get along faster on 
roller skates. 

Hi-Y 1, 2, 3; Cross Coun- 
try 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4; 
Track 1, Letterwinner 1; 
Band 1, 2, 3, Letterwinner 
1, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 



MAJOROS, JAMES L. 
"Jim" 

The tall silent type. 
Hi-Y 1; Cross Country 3, 
4; Track 1; N.A.S.S. 3; 
Movie Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Camera Club 2; Track 
Club 3. 



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MANNION, EILEEN 

"I" 
/ wish I could shimnn 
like my sister Kate. 
Friendship Club 2, 3; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Majorerte 
Club 3, 4, Majorette 4; 
Red Cross 2; Stage Crafters 
1 , Pres. 1 ; Boosters Club 
1, V. Pres. L: Latin Club 1. 



MAPES. WALTER, 
JAMES 
"Jim" 

He gives his thought 
no voice. 

Stage Crew 2; Chess Club 
2, 3, 4. 



MARGO, LOIS MAY 
"Loe" 

Oh, you beautiful doll! 
FT. A. 1; Friendship Club 
1, 2, 3; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Majorette Club 3; 
Choir 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
3; Ad. Club 3, 4; Girls 
Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Charm 
Club 4, V. Pres. 4; Publi- 
cations Club 3; Ballroom 
Dancing 2; Latin Club 1. 



MATYAZIC, BETTY 

"Lou" 
Dark Eyes. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 1; Girls Hockey 1; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Choir 
1, 2; Ad. Club 3, 4; Red 
Cross 1, 2; Knitting Club 
2; Publications Club 3; 
Whats-it Club 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



MAUSER, WILLIAM 

"Bill" 
Where there is life, the 
is hope. 
Pinochle Club 3, 4. 



MANSPERGER, 
DUANE 

A man succeeds because he 
has the proper stuff in him. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4, 
Pres. 4; Student Council 
2, J, 4, V. Pres. 4; Hi-Y 

2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3; Jr. 
Play Cast; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Band Board of Dir. 4; Or- 
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Ad Club 

3, 4, Pres. 4; Boys State 
Rep.; World Affairs Club 
2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Dance 
Club 2. 



MARCOMBE, JAMES 
"Jim" 

He keeps the night lights 

burning. 

Band 1; P.A. Club 1; 

World Affairs Club 1; 

Pinochle Club 2. 



MARTIN, MARY 

"Mat" 
Quite efficient. 
Friendship Club 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; Choir 
1, 2, 3; Glee Club 2; Sing- 
ing for Fun Club 3; Pin- 
ochle Club 2; World Af- 
fairs Club 4. 



MAUER, VERONICA 
"Ronnie" 

Ronnie goes merrily on her 
way — What else is there to 
say? 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Sur- 
vey Bus. Staff 2, 3; Prom 
Committee 4; Red Cross 
2; Sr. Cabinet; Travel Club 
3; Stagecrafters Club 1. 



McCANDLESS, JAN 
MICHAEL 

"Butch" 

Never worry — it takes too 

long. 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Boys Swim 

Leaders 3, 4; Swim Team 

3, 4; Swim Club 3, 4; Gem 

Hunters Club 2; Chess 

Club 2, 3. 




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McCLURE, MARY 
LOUISE 

"Mary Lou" 
Evil, tempt me not. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4, 
V. Pres. 4; Quill & Scroll 
3, 4; Student Council 3; 
Sr. Class V. Pres.; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3; 
Swim Cadettes 3, 4; Survey 
Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Circula- 
tion Manager 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Sr. Cabinet. 



McDERMOTT, JAMES 
PATRICK 
"Pat" 

the smiling Irishman. 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Pinochle 
Club 4. 



MICHAEL, MICHAEL 
"Mike" 

Double trouble. 
Student Council 1; Boys 
Leaders 3; Football 4, Let- 
terwinner 4; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 1 ; Gymnastics 
Club 2; Dancing Club 3; 
Football Club 4. 



MIKOLSKY, 
CHARLES W. 

"Bill- 
Entered from Cathedral 
Latin, 1950. 
lust plain Bill. 
Swim Club 2; Pinochle 
Club; Checkers Club. 



MILLER, DONALD 
"Donnie" 

His voice is his power. 
Hi-Y 1; Survey Staff Car- 
toonist; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Music for Fun 2; Boys 
Quartet 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 
4; Boys Ensemble 2, 3, 4. 



McCORMACK, 
LEONARD 

"Lenny" 
Entered from Patrick 
Henry, 1950. 
Lighthearted Lenny. 
Pinochle Club 2, 4; Auto 
Wise Club 3; Dance Club 
3; Baseball 1. 



McGOWAN, 
BARBARA ANN 

"Barb" 
Though quiet and shy. 
she'll get by. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Red Cross 2; Home Nurs- 
ing 3; Charm Club 4. 



McKIBBEN, 
PATRICIA ANN 
"Pat" 

Entered from Falls Church 
High, Va„ 1951 
Sweet little miss. 
F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 
4; Survey Bus. Staff 4; 
G.A.A. 3, 4; Girls Hockey 
4; Band 3, 4; Red Cross 
4; Round Table 3. 



MILLER, ADRIENNE 
MARCIA 

"Adie" 

No matter if the world 
goes wrong — / am always 
right. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Ad Club 
3, 4; Movie Club 3, 4; 
Dancing Club 2; Card 
Club 3; Travel Club 4. 



MILLER, 
FREDERICK G. 
"Fred" 

/ handle a racket. 
Hi-Y 2, 3, Treas. 3; Boys 
Swim Leaders 2, 3; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff Treas. 4; 
Track 3; Swimming 2; 
Tennis 3, 4, Letterwinner 
3, 4; Choir 1; Ad Club 
2, 3, 4; Boys State Rep.; 
Math Club 4. 



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MILOSEVICH, VIOLET 
Happiness awaits. 
Friendship Club -4; Charm 
Club 2; Dancing Club 5; 
Rummv Club 3; Hostess 
Club 4. 



MITTELSTAEDT. 
BARBARA 

"Mitt" 
Her ways are ways of 
pleasantness. 

Friendship Club 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Pinochle Club 
1; Pinochle-Cribbaee Club 
2; World Affairs Club 4, 
Sec. 4. 



McKENZIE. CHERIE 

Sweet and shy. 



MOSER, ELAINE 

"Mouse" 
The best laid plan of 
Mouse with men. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3,4; Girls Hockey 1; Band 
1; Glee Club 1; Movie 
Club 1 ; Red Cross 1 ; Book 
Store 1; Dance Club 1, 4; 
Rummy Club 3; Home- 
Nursing 2. 



MUEHL. MARILYN 
JEAN 

"Mar" 
Bambi and her Thumper. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Jr. Class Sec; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; Executive 
Board Pres. 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Advisory 
Board 3, 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Megaphone Club 2; 
Choir 3, 4; Embroidery 
Club 2; Service Club 1. 



MITCH. MARY ANN 
"Bubbles" 

Entered from Wilson Ir. 
High. 1950. 

She taps happiness with 
her dancing feet. 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Committee 4; Majorette 
Club 2; P.A. Club 3; 
Rummy Club 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



MLACHAK, GERALD 

"Chick" 
This boy will go far. 
Wrestling 1; Bird Club '* 
Pinochle Club 3. 



MORSE. DAVID 
"Dave" 

Young man with a horn. 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Student Council 2; Hi-Y 
3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Ad Club 
4; Chemistry Club 3", Sr. 
Cabinet. 



MRAMOR, RAYMOND 
DANIEL 

"Dan" 

This is a man's world. 
Football 1; Swimming 2, 
3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; P.A. 
Club 1; Movie Club 1; 
Red Cross 3, 4. 



MUHIC, GERALDINE 
"Gerry" 

She reads for pleasure. 
Friendship Club 2, 4; 
Choir 1; Glee Club 1; 
Music for Fun 2; Dance 
Club 3; Travel Club 4; 
Charm Club 4. 




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MYERS, GLORIA 
EVELYN 

Sbhh! Silence is golden. 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1; Music for Fun 2; 
Dance Club 3; Travel Club 
4; Hostess Club 1; Auto 
Technicians 4, Pres. 1; Sr. 
Cabinet. 



NEMETH, RICHARD 
"Dick" 

A right guy. 



NULICK, JIM 
JOSEPH 
"Jim" 

A fellow who couldn't be 
"Lick''ed. 



PAE, ROGER A. 

All the world's a stage. 
Natl. Forensic League 2, 
3, 4; Prince of Peace 2, 3, 
4; Student Council 2, 3; 
F.T.A. 2; Euclidian Ed. 
Staff 2; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 3; Photo Club 

2, V. Pres. 2; Dance Club 
2; World Affairs Club 2, 

3, 4. 



PAOLO. CATHERINE 

"Kitty" 

"Kitty." but not catty! 
Friendship Club 4; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff 4; Choir 1,4; 
Glee Club 2, 3; Y-Teen 1; 
Pinochle Club 2; Round 
Table Club 3, 4. 



MYERS, JOAN 

"Mimi" 
Do or die, a finger in every 
pie. 

Natl. Forensic League 4; 
Prince of Peace 4; Plan- 
ning Committee 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 
4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 3, 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4, Fea- 
ture Editor 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girls Hockey 1; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Movie Club 1; Red Cross 
1; Book Store; Quill & 
Scroll 4; Knitting Club 2; 
Dancing Club 2; Home 
Nursing Club 3; Publica- 
tions Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, 4; 
Eucuyo 3, 4, Asst. Ed. 3, 
Asst. Ed. -in-Chief 4; Girls 
Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Service 
Club 1. 

NIMMO, FRANK D. 

And the score goes up 
another notch. 
Boys Leaders Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 3, 4, Capt. 4; 
Baseball 1; Track 3, 4, Let- 
terwinner 3; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; 
Band 1. 

OLSEN. SHIRLEY 

She'll enter the business. 
Charm Club 4. 



PALM, PAT 
"Pep" 

Entered from Collinwood 
High School, 1951. 
You'll know her by the 
friends she keeps. 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Swim Cadettes 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Swim Club 3, 4; Knirting 
Club 3; Madrigals 3, 4. 



PAPES, HELEN 

"Babe" 
Her voice was ever soft. 
Friendship Club 4; Choir 
1; Y-Teen 1; Pinochle 
Club 2; Canasta Club 3; 
World Affairs Club 4. 



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PAVLINA. EILEEN 

"Tootsie" 
Toot. Toot, Tootsie. 
goodbye — . 

Student Council 1; F.T.A. 
1; Friendship Club 1, 2, 
i, 4; G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 2: 
Choir 1; Glee Club 1; 
Movie Club 1; Book Store 
1; Pinochle Club 3; Dance 
Club 1; Charm Club 1. 



PECK. KATHRVN 
CAROLYN 

"Kate" 
A "Peck" of sweetness. 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Girls 
Hockey 1; Red Cross 2, 3. 



PETERSEN, CHARLES 
RICHARD 
"Chuck" 
The best of luck, to this 
carefree Chuck! 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Cribbace 
Club 3; Travel Club 4. 



PETROFES, GERALD 
"Jerry" 

You can't keep a good man 
down. 

Football Manager 1, 2, 3 
4, Letterwinner 3, 4 
Basketball Manager 1 
Wrestling Manager 1, 4 
Golf 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2 
Orchestra 1 ; Key Club 3 
■f: Gymnastic Club 3. 



PHILLIPS. 
RONALD W. 

"Inkie" 
He's got what it takes, to 
■id the breaks. 
Student Council 4; Boys 
Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4; Eu 
clidian Ed. Staff 4; Foot 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwin 
ner 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2 
3. 4, Letterwinner I 2, 3 
i. Co-Captain 4; Choir 1 
■1; Football Club 4. 



PAZ. MANUEL 

"T" 
A real grappler. 
Boys Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Let- 
terwinner 1, 2, 3. 4, Co- 
Captain 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 
4, Letterwinner 4; Baseball 
1, 2: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Quarterback Club 4. 



PERCIO, GERALDINE 

"Gerry" 

Meek, mild and merry, 
that's our Gerr). 
Friendship Club 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Girls 
Hockey 1; Majorette Club 
3; Choir 1; Ad Club 1; 
Charm Club 1 ; Camera 
Club 2; Publications Club 

3. 



PETRIK, NORMAN 

"Norm" 
A shy guy. 

P.A. Club 1, 2, 3; Model 
Airplane Club 1; Whats-it 
Club 3; Checker Club 3; 
Travel Club 1 . 



PHILLIPS, FRANK 

"Frank" 
He's up to par. 
Boys Leaders 4; Golf 4. 



PIERCE, VERAL GENE 

"Veral" 
A friendly lass, with lot's 
of class. 

Natl. Honor Society 3, 4, 
Treas. 4; Student Council 
3, 4; Planning Committee 
4; Euclidian Ed. Staff 4 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4, Sec 
4: Survey Bus. Staff 4 
G.A.A. 1; Ad Club 2, 3,4 
World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4 
Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; Music 
for Fun 2; Service Club 1, 
Sec. 1. 




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POTOCNICK, ALBERT 
JOSEPH 

"Albert" 

Albert and bis mouth 
organ. 



RADY, PATRICIA 
"Pat" 

A heart for everyone. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4 
Survey Bus. Staff 3; B.A.A 
2, 3, 4; Gitls Hockey 4 
Choir 1; Movie Club 1. 
Book Store 1; Dance Club 
2; G.A.A. Advisory Board 
I; Canasta Club 3. 



REED, ARTHUR 
ALLAN 
"Art" 

friendliness is his "Art." 
Hi-Y 2, 3; Football Man- 
ager 1, Letterwinner 1; 
Wrestling 1; Baseball 1; 
Tennis 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Letterwinner 4 ; Movie 
Club 1; Pinochle Club 2; 
Travel Club 3; Photog- 
raphy Club 4. 



RE"ASY, STEPHEN V. 

"Steve" 
Science is his middle name. 
Boys Leaders 1; Football 1, 
4; Wrestling 1; Choir 1, 2, 
3, 4; Science Club 1 ; 
Chemistry Club 2; Art 
Club 3. 



RICHARDS, LENORA 
"Lenore" 

She smiles and a new 
friend is hers. 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1; Girls Hockey 1; 
Pinochle Club 2, 3; Crib- 
bage Club 3; Sr. Cabinet. 



POWELL, JEANNE 
"Jeannie" 

This girl's art is really 
smart. 

Student Council 4; Friend- 
ship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sr. 
Cabinet Pres. 4; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 4; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Ad Club 4; Art Club 
2; Charm Club 4. 



RANEY, PHOEBE 
"Phoeb" 

Life is sunny around 

Raney. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 

4; Girls Hockey 1; Ad 

Club 1; Canasta Club 3; 

Dancing Club 2. 



REIER, CHARLES 
"Chuck" 

All mankind loves a lover. 
Student Council 3; Foot- 
ball 1, 2; Wrestling 1, 2, 
3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 4; Sr. 
Cabinet; Biology Club 2; 
Pub'ications Club 2; Sci- 
ence Club 3. 



RICE. WILLIAM D. 
"Willy" 

Boiled, broiled or fried. 
Boys Leaders 1; Football 1; 
Basketball 1; Baseball 1, 
3, 4; Book Store 1; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Gem 
Hunters Club 1; Pinochle 
Club 4. 



RICHMOND, JOHN 

"Rich" 

The thin man. 
Baseball 1; Choir 1, 2; 
Dancing Club 2; Singing 
for Fun 3. 



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RISLEY. GARY, W. 
"Gizz" 

There's a Dot on his 
horizon. 

Hi-Y 2, J; Wrestling 1; 
Baseball 1. 2, 5; Jr. Plav 
Cast; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ad 
Club 1; Stage Crew 3; 
Diamond Sports Club 2, 
}, 4; Dancing Club 4; 
Intramurals. 



ROSE. EUNICE 

"Eun" 
"A Rose by arn other name 
would smell as sweet." 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Sec. 1; G.L.C. 4; Glee Club 
1; Movie Club 1, 3, 4, 
Sec. 1; Canasta Club 2; 
World Affairs Club 3; 
Fresh. Play Cast. 



ROSIC, STEVE M. 
"Steve" 

Easy come, easy go. 
Student Council 3, 
Planning Committee 



Basketball 
2; Golf 3 
Basketball 
Club 3, 4. 



1, 2; Baseball 
4; Intramurals; 
Club 4; Golf 



RUNO, DONALD I. 
"Don" 

A busy man. 
P.A. Club 2. 



SABEC, MARLENE 

In my fashion. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3, 4; 
G A. A. Advisory Board 4; 
Girls Hockey 1; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Choir 1 ; Knit- 
ting Club I, 2; Red Cross 
1; Canasta Club 1, 2; 
Charm Club 4. 



ROACH. ROBERT 
EMMETT 
"Bob" 

Always a helping hand. 
Camera Club 2; Auto Wise 
Club 3. 



ROSE, HOWARD 
WESLEY 
"Howie" 

His direction is up. 
Key Club 3, 4; Gem Hunt- 
ers Club 3; Intramurals. 



ROSS, LLOYD D. Jr. 

Dynamo Dan. the weight 
lifting man. 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; 
Ad Club 1; Art for Fun 
Club 2; Modern Dance 
Club 3; Intramurals. 



SABBATH, THOMAS 

"Tom" 
Merry men are we. 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 4; Sr. Cabinet; Pin- 
ochle Club 3; Service Club 
1 ; Hall Guard 4. 



SAMSA, LAURA JEAN 
"Lor" 

Let my life sing! 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 2 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3; Choir 1: 
Glee Club 1; Ad Club 3, 
4; Movie Club 1; Red 
Cross 1; Whats-it Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 2; Dancing 
Club 3; Charm Club 4. 




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ANDERS, 


SANTON, EDWARD 


SCHAERFL, ROBERT 


SCHEERER, CAROL 


IOBERT W. 


"Ed" 


ANTHONY 


"Cal" 


"Bob" 


Everyone can't be a hero. 


"Rapid Robert" 


Trim and Sharp'. 


'veryone's crazy but me. 


Boys Leaders 1; Choir 1; 


Rapid? 


Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 


■li-Y 1 ; Boys Leaders 1 ; 


Movie Club 1; Stage Crew 


Ad Club 2; PA. Club 2, 3, 


G.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 


iasketball 3; Baseball 1; 


1 ; Pinochle Club 3, 4. 


4, Sec. 4; Gem Hunters 


4; Girls Hockey 2, 3; 


and 1; Movie Club 1; 




Club 3, Pres. and Sec. 3; 


Choir 1; Embroidery Club 


Jail Guard 1, 2; Dancing 




Service Club 1. 


2; Bridge Club 3; Charm 


lub 1; Pinochle Club 3,4. 






Club 4. 



SCHMITZ, 
GERALDINE 

"Ger" 

Geraldine in the 
(Sch)"mitz" of her stories. 
F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 

2, 3; Survey Ed. Sraff 1,2, 

3, 4; Glee Club 4; Report- 
ers Club 1; Reading and 
Writing Club 2; Whats-it 
Club 3; Publications Club 
4. 




SCHNEIDER, 
WILLIAM JAMES 
"Bill" 

The quiet type. 
student Council 2 
bass V. Pres.; Boys 
Leaders 2; Football 1 
4, Letterwinner 1, 2, 
Captain 1; Baseball 1 
4, Letterwinner 1,2, 
Captain 1; Choir 1; 
ball Club 3; Baseball 
3; Pinochle Club 2. 



SHERRILL, EDITH 
MARY 

"Edee" 
Until the real thing, comes 
Jr. along. 
Swim Natl. Forensic League 3, 4; 
, 2, 3, Prince of Peace 3; Plan- 
3, 4, ning Committee 4; F.T.A. 
, 2, 3, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Friendship 
3, 4; Club 2, 3; P.A. Club 3; 
Foot- Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Sew- 
Club ing and Knitting Club 2; 
Travel Club 4. 



SHREWSBURY, 

"Shrews" 

It's nice to be natural when 
your naturally nice. 
Student Council 3, 4, Sec. 
4; Soph. Class Treas.; 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 
4, Sec.-Treas. 3; G.L.C. 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff; Choir 1, 4; 
Movie Club 2; Dancing 
Club 2. 



SIEKER, CONSTANCE 
"Connie" 

A "Sieker" of good trill. 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Ad Club 1,2; Red Cross 1; 
Book Store 1. 



SIMS, KENNETH 
"Ken" 

It's commendable, he's 
dependable. 

Student Council 2, 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1; Basketball 1, 
2, *3, 4; Track 4; Choir 1, 
2; World Affairs Club 3; 
Canasta Club 2; Basketball 
Club 4; Hall Guard 2, 3,4. 



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SKIFF. MARILY 

"Roll-a-long" 
Merrily shes rolls along to 
fame. 

Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Friendship 
Club 3: Survey Ed. Staff 2, 
3; G.A-A. 3; Girls Hockey 
3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 4; Girls Ensemble 2. 
3, 4; Reading & Writing 
Club 2; Whats-it Club 3; 
Spelling Club -4. 



SKROBOT, 
GERTRUDE 

"Snooks" 
/ "Don" tvanta be alone. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 
1, 2, 4; Glee Club 4; Ma- 
jorerte Club 2; Charm 
Club 4; Singing for Fun 
3; Embroidery Club 3; In- 
tramurals 1, 3; P.A. Club 



SLADEK, SHARON 

"Sharon" 

A pleasing way. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Girls 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Choir 1; 
Ukelele Club 2; Bridge 
Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



SMITH, DAVID 
"Dave" 

A common name but not a 
common fellow. 
Golf 3, 4; Tennis 2; Choir 
1; Camera Club 1; Science 
Club 2; Chess Club 3; Golf 
Club 4; Ping Pong Club 
4; Hall Guard 1, 2. 



SMITH, JULIANNE 

"Jinx" 
Entered from Shaw High, 
1951. 

A "jewel" not a "jinx." 
Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 
2, 3; Band 1; Orchestra 1; 
Movie Club 4; Red Cross 
4; Music for Fun Club 2; 
Shorthand for Fun 3. 




SMITH, RONALD 

"Roland" 
Life is north living. 



SOLL, JOHN CLYDE 

"Jack" 
You can depend on such 
a friend. 

Boys Swim Leaders 2; 
Football 1; Swimming 3, 
4; Swim Club 2; Canasta 
Club 2; World Affairs Club 
3; Pinochle Club 4; Hall 
Guard 2, 3, 4. 



SOLTER, DENNIS 
FREDERICK 

"Fritz" 
Entered from Newport, 
R. L, 1952. 

New things are must 
looked at. 

Track 4; Swimming • 
Track Club 4. 



SPANGLER, SLIE ANN 
"Spankie" 

Her friends there are many, 
her foes are there any? 
Natl. Honor Society 3, 4; 
Student Council 4; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Swim 
Cadettes 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 3, 4, Asst. Ed. 4; 
Survey Ed. Staff 3, 4; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim 
Club 3, 4; Jr. Play Cast; 
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill & 
Scroll 4; Red Cross 2; Pin- 
ochle Club 2; G.A.A. Ad- 
visory Board 3, 4; Girls 
Ensemble 2. 



STAPP, CLYDE 
"Stormy" 

Handy with the test tubes. 
Boys Swim Leaders 2; 
Football 1; Basketball 1; 
Baseball 3; Swimming 2; 
Prom Committee 4; Swim 
Club 2; Red Cross 1; Sr. 
Cabinet; Gymnastics Club 
1, 3; Math Club 3; Intra- 
murals 2, 3, 4; Canasta 
Club 3. 






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TEVENS, BEVERLY 
"Bev" 

'entlemen prefer blondes. 
tudent Council 2, 3; 
riendship Club 2, 3; 
\.K.K. 1, Pres. 1; G.L.C. 
; Gixls Hockey 1; Jr. Play 
rod. Staff; Megaphone 
lub 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 
2, 4, Lerterwinner 1, 
; Choir 1,2, 3, 4, Pres. 1, 
'reas. 3; Dancing Club 2; 
inochle Club 3; Knitting 
lub 2. 



STEVENSON, 
THOMAS E. 

"Tom" 
5Vtf£ on it. boys! 
Band 1; Auto Wise Club 3. 



STILLS, RAYMOND 
"Ray" 

Winner and "Stills" cham- 
pion. 

Golf 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 
2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3,4. 



STINSON, DAVID 

"Dave" 
Slow but sure. 
Auto Wise Club 3; Pin- 
ochle Club 4. 



STRECK, DONALD A. 

"Don" 
Don "long-legs." 
Boys Swim Leaders 3, 4; 
Swimming 3, 4; Choir 1, 
2, 3; Swim Club 3, 4; 
Book Store 2; Art Club 2. 




iULLIVAN, JOE 
"Joe" 

3e happy-go-lucky. 
Student Council 3, 4; Class 
Dfficer 2, 3; Euclidian Bus. 
itaff 2, 4; Choir 1, 3. 



SULLIVAN, PAT 
"Pat" 

With graciousness she 
reigns. 

Student Council 1 ; Friend- 
ship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim 
Cadettes 1, 2; Homecom- 
ing Queen 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1, 2, 
3, 4; Girls Hockey 3, 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Committee 4; Swim Club 
3, 4, Pres. 4; Friendship 
Club 1; Canasta Club 2; 
Knitting Club 1; Sr. Cab- 
inet. 



SUTHERLAND, 
ELEANOR 
"Ele" 

She take a place on the 
road to happiness. 
Friendship Club 2, 3; 
Choir 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 
4; Red Cross 1; Ballroom 
Dancing 2; Embroidery 
Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



TELISMAN, SALLY 

"Sal" 
On wings of song. 
Friendship Club 3; Girls 
Ensemble 2, 3, 4; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 3, 4; 
Choir Director 4; Girls 
Glee Club 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Sr. Cabinet. 



THOMAS, 
THEODORE N. 

"Ted" 
Track is his "meet." 
Cross Country 3, 4, Letter- 
winner 3, 4, Captain 4; 
Baseball 1,2, Letterwinner 
1; Track 3, 4; Movie Club 
3, 4; Ukelele Club 2; 
World Affairs Club 3; 
Track and Field Club 4. 



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THOMAS. WILLIAM 
OTTO 

"Otto" 
Otto, uhat is bis motto? 
Hi-Y 2. 



THOMPSON. DONNA 
LEE 
"Lee" 

Disc-jockey's delight. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 2; 
GAA. 1, 2, 3; Girls 
Hockey 1; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff 3; Majorette Club 2, 
Majorette 3; Choir 1, 2, 3. 
4; Glee Club 1, 2; Ad 
Club 1. 3, 4; Red Cross 1; 
Publications Club 3 ; 
Whats-it Club 3; Charm 
Club 4; Star Gazing Club 
4. 



THORNICROFT. 
ROBERT 

"Thorney" 

He's no thorn in our side. 
Football 1; Baseball Man- 
ager 1; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 3; World Af- 
fairs Club 2; Pinochle Club 
3; Bridge Club 4. 



TODD, RICHARD W. 

"Dick" 

A tenor of tennis. 
Tennis 3, 4, Letter-winner 
4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Pinochle Club 
2, 3; Bridge Club 4; Boys 
Quartet 2, 3, 4; Madrigals 
4. 



TOPLAK, FRANK 

"Frankie" 

A day with the P. A. 
P.A. Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, 
Pres. 4; Movie Club 1; 
Stage Crew 1; Canasta 
Club 2. 








TROUT, WILLIAM H. 

"Bill" 
The "trout" that dives like 
a fish. 

Hi-Y 3, Sec. 3; Swimming 
3, 4, Letterwinner 4; Golf 
2, 3, 4; Band 1; Ping 
Pong Club 2; Golf Club 
2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4. 



TURK, GERALDINE 
"Ger" 

Turk-in the straw. 
Friendship Club 1, 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 2, 3; Choir 1; Ad 
Club 3, 4; Red Cross 1; 
Pinochle Club 2, 3; Charm 
Club 4. 



TURKALL, JOSEPH 
EDWARD 

"Tricks" 

A little guy but a big man. 
Boys Leaders 1; Football 
1, 3, 4, Letterwinner 1, 4 
Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Basket 
ball, Letterwinner 1; Base 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwin 
ner 1. 



TURNER, JERRY 
"Hot Rod" 

Come ride with me. 
Boys Swim Leaders 
Swimming 2 
Club 4. 



2; 
Ping Pong 



VENDELAND, ALLAN 
JAY 

"Vendy" 

"Friends. Romans, Country- 
men, lend me your ears. 
Quill & Scroll 3, 4; Natl 
Forensic League 3, 4; Eu 
clidian Ed. Staff 3, 4; Sur 
vey Ed. Staff 2, 3, 4, Ed. 
in-Chief 4; P.A. Club 1 
Chem. Club 3; Ping Pong 
Club 4; Echo Ed. Staff 1 
Ed. -in-Chief 1. 



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/ERBSKY, CAROL 

Verb" 

4 Verb of motion. 

•riendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
J.A.A. 1, 2; Girls Hockey 
, 2; Balroom Dancing 2; 
inochle Club 3; Charm 

Hub 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 



VISIC, DON 

"Vis" 

He's our "Captain Vis-io." 
Boys Leaders 2, 3; Boys 
Swim Leaders 2; Football 
2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 2, 3, 
4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 

2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 

3, 4; NA.S.S. 3, 4; Quar- 
terback Club 3, 4. 



VONHOF, JOHN JR. 

"John" 

Oh, Johnny, Oh Johnny, 
how you can love! 
Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 4; 
Boys Swim Leaders 2, 3, 
4; Football 2, 3, 4; Swim- 
ming 2; Choir 3; Swim 
Club 3, 4, Pres. 3; Movie 
Club 1, Pres. 1; Quarter- 
back Club 1. 



WALLACE, EMILY 

"Emy" 
Entered from Hartford, 
Kenrucky, 1951. 
She goes along in her 
quiet way. 

Friendship Club 3,4; Ball- 
room Dancing 3; Travel 
Club 3; Art Club 4. 



WALKLET, THOMAS 
BLADWIN 

"Tom" 

He always managed well. 
Srudent Council 4; Survey 
Ed. Staff 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff; Football Manager 3, 
4, Letterwinner 4; Basket- 
ball 3; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Prom Committee 4; Choir 
1; Sr. Cabinet; Chess Club 
2, 3, 4; Fresh. Play Cast. 




WALSH, GERALD 

"Uncle Jerry" 
et the D.D.TJ 

Jr. Play Cast; 
hoir 3, 4; PA 
; Book Store 

Club 2, 3; Math 



Band 1 ; 

Club 3, 

3; Dance 

Club 3,4. 



WATERWASH, 
ROSELLA L. 
"Ro" 

Silence is the perfect 
herald of joy. 

Friendship Club 4; Charm 
Club 4. 



WEIR, MARY LOUISE WEISS, WILLIAM 



"Mary Lou" 
Hair of Red, Heart of 
Gold. 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Choir 
1, 2; Glee Club 2; Knit- 
ting Club 2; Art Club 2; 
Ballroom Dancing 3; Home 
Nursing Club 4; Pres. 4. 



RICHARD ANTHONY 
"Bill" 

You'll know him by his 

name. 

P.A. Club 3, 4, Sec. 4; 

Cribbage Club 2; Dancing 

Club 3; Gem Hunters Club 

3; Ballroom Dancing 4. 



WELLING, 
EDWARD C. 

Never a care in the world. 
World Affairs Club 2; 
Travel Club 3; Chess Club 



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WERTENBERGER. 
WILLARD E. 

"Shippy" 
He is a king size peanut. 
Hi-Y 2, 3. 4, Pres. 3, 4; 
Sr. Cabinet; Auto Wise 
Club 3: Prom Committee 4 . 



WETTRICH, SUSAN 
JEAN 

"Suji" 
Friendly, happy, always 
snappy. 

Student Council 1, Sec. 1; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 1, Sec. 1; Swim 
Cadettes 3, 4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 4; G.AA. 2, 3, 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom 
Committee 4; Megaphone 
Club 2; Cheerleader 1; 
Choir 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 
3, 4; Sr. Cabinet; Music for 
Fun Club 2; Pinochle Club 
3; Ballroom Dancing 2; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WHITESIDE, DON 

He goes caroling all year, 
round. 

Student Council 1, 2, 3; 
Soph. Class Pres.; Boys 
Leaders 1 ; Boys Swim 
Leaders 2, 3, 4; Euclidian 
Ed. Staff 4; Football 1, 2, 
3, 4, Letterwinner 2; Swim- 
ming 2, 3, 4, Letterwinner 
2; Choir 4, Pres. 4; Swim 
Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4; Lieut. Gov. 3, 
V. Pres. 4; World Affairs 
Club 2. 



WHITLOW, 
KENNETH 
"Woody" 

Free life and fresh air. 
Boys Leaders 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1; Track 1, 2, 4; 
Choir 1; Track & Field 
Club 1. 



WHITNEY, RICHARD 
ERNEST 
"Dick" 

Small but mighty. 
Student Council 4; Hi-Y 3, 
4; Football 1; Track 1; 
Choir 1; Publications Club 




WILK. RUTH 

"Dear Ruth" 

Friendship Club 2, 3; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1, 2, 3,4; Girls Hockey 1, 
4; Choir 1,4; Glee Club 2; 
Knirting Club 2; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Canasta 
Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



WIECH, DONALD 

Such and so varied are the 
tastes of men. 
Pinochle Club 2. 



WILLIAMS, EDWARD 
"Ted" 

A whiz at the rink. 
Ukelele Club 1; Pinochle 
Club 2; Dance Club 3; 
Gem Hunters Club 3; 
Camera Club 4. 



WILLIAMS, SHIRLEY 
TEMPLE 

"Wicked Willie" 

Entered from Grundy High 
School, 1950. 
A merry damsel. 
Friendship Club 3; G.A.A. 
3, 4; Megaphone Club 4; 
Band 4; Ad Club 3, 4; 
Canasta Club 2; Pinochle 
Club 3. 



WOHLGEMUTH, 
RICHARD GEORGE 
"Dick" 

Open the door. Richard. 
Track 1; Chess Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3. 



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WUCHTE, KENNETH 

Easy come, easy go. 
Pinochle Club 2; Auto 
Wise Club 3. 



YANCHAR. BETTY 

"Betz" 
Swinging her way through 
life. 

Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 
Sec. 1; GAA. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Choir 1; Glee Club 1, 4; 
Book Store 1; Pinochle 
Club 2, 3; Charm Club 4; 
G.L.C. 1. 



YARBROUGH, 
JOAN MARIE 

"Joanie" 

She cheers for Euclid. 
Euclid cheers for her. 
Student Council 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3, 4; Eu- 
clidian Bus. Staff 4; Mega- 
phone Club 4; Cheerleader 
I, 4, Captain 4; Choir 1; 
Canasta Club 3; Ballroom 
Dancing 2. 



ZAHLER, MARY LOU 
"Mare" 

Cute little nose, and laugh- 
ter wherever she goes. 
Friendship Club 2, 3; 
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 
1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; 
Knitting Club 2; Dancing 
Club 2; Pinochle Club 3; 
World Affairs Club 4; 
Charm Club 4; Intramurals 
1, 3. 



ZANZIG, GARY 
RICHARD 

He blushes at nothing. 
Hi-Y 3; Band 1; P.A. 
Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4; 
Movie Club 1, Pres. 1; 
Stage Crew 1; Chess Club 
2; Gem Hunters Club 3. 




Not Pictured 



ZIEGENFUS, 
CHARLES J. 

" Zi S" 

Zig. Zig. Zig, a little zong 
with me. 

Boys Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4; 
Track 1, 4; Swimming 2, 
4; Swim Club 3, 4; Chess 
Club 2. 



BILLER. DON 

"Don" 

Quiet come, quiet go. 
Canasta Club 2; Chess 
Club 3; Gem Hunters 4. 



MALMBERG, GARY 
EDWARD 

"Bird" 
What type of bird is he? 
Pinochle Club 4. 



MOORE, CHARLES 
"Chuck" 

Entered from Lakewood 
High School, 1952. 
He ran in from Lakewood. 
Hi-Y 4; Football 1; Track 
1, Letterwinner 1. 



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PITT, DANIEL 
"Wipper Dan" 

"Wipper" will or 
"Wipper" won't. 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 1, 



SELEMAN, JOHN 

What a character! 
Basketball 2; Choir l;Hall 
Guard 2, 3; Bird Club 3; 
Pinochle Club 3, 4. 



SUSTAR, DAN 

On the green, he's really 

keen. 

Golf 3, 4, Letterwinner 3, 

4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



SENIORS... 





■ IV ■ 

i i M 




I^^BHIH^HH^H 



The bottom half of the upper crust! 

We, the Senior Class of 1953, remember the Senior 
Play, those wild parties, Euclid's basketball team (and 
the self-appointed bugler at Cleveland Heights), leav- 
ing assembly first, memorizing Shakespeare, and finally 
we remember teachers and underclassmen who made 
our senior year so hectic. 



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UNDERCLASSMEN . . . 




He that climbs a ladder must begin at the first round. 

— Sir Walter Scott 
Young blood! Youth will be served! 

— Stephen Vincent Benet 



Junior and Sophomore Class Officers 

re 

A ' 




JUNIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 
LEFT TO RIGHT — R. 
Leber, G. Teschke, B. 
Gibbons, B. Smith, B. 
Warholic. 





SOPHOMORE 

CLASS OFFICERS 

LEFT TO RIGHT — D. 

Mathias, F. Spino, B. 

Boldin, S. Willow. 



CLASS ADVISORS 
LEFT TO RIGHT— Mr. 
Smith, Senior; Mrs. Ste- 
wart, Junior; Mr. Photo, 
Sophomore. 



JUNIORS . . . 

Honors go to our outstanding Junior Class 
for its scholastic achievements and for its 
leadership and participation in school activi- 
ties. The officers, under the guidance of the 
class advisors, were the helping hands that led 
the Juniors through a year of success and fun. 

The Class of '5 i, with the success that it has 
already gained, is looking forward to another 
year of all around achievement. 



SOPHOMORES . . . 



The difficulties of adjusting to a new school, 
new surrounding, and making new acquaint- 
ances confronted the class of '55 just as it does 
any sophomore class. These obstacles were soon 
forgotten, however, as the first few weeks of 
confusion and excitement died away. 

The Sophomore Class has really displayed a 
keen interest in class affairs and the numerous 
school activities. We are certain that the Soph- 
omore Class with the initiative that they have 
already shown can be expected to do great 
things in the future. 



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Juniors . . . 




Dennis Adams Jack Allen Sandra Allen 

Richard Anderson Rose Marie Arthur Fred Bailey 

Sandra Barish Benham Bates Carol Bayer 

Dale Benthimer Phyl. Berardinelli Darlene Berlo 

Shirlev Bicklev Arlene Birchak Audrey Blanc 



Marcia Boldi 



Margie Boldin 



Irene Boyce 



Wanda Allison Carl Andeen Gordon Anderson 

Thomas Baker Jeane Baldassarre Donald Balogh 
Shirley Beale Lois Becht Janice Beifuss 

John Bernacki Joan Bernhardt Celia Berns 
Robert Blansett Geraldine Blazek Deena Bohn 
Judy Bradley Bernadine Bradner Joe Brawner 




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Juniors . . . 




Phyllis Bremser Marilvn Breskvar Richard Bronkall Fred Brown 



Louis Brozina Howard Brubaker Mary Lou Bubonics Florence Budan Jeanne Burens 

Maureen Burns Doris Burr Joseph Burval Paul Busch Lee Bush 

Joan Campbell Al Carlson Carol Carlson William Carlton Richard Carney 

Paul Carr Thomas Carroll Bruce Cartwright Anthony Caruso Joe Castrovince 

Carol Chlopek Yvonne Chluda Chris Chrestoff Anilee Christie James Coffman 



William Brown Richard Browning 



Marvin Burkholder 
Ronald Caldwell 
Barbara Carpenter 
Roger Chapman 
Eileen Considine 




. ii rj, 



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Juniors . . . 




SSr 



Jo Anne Corrao Joyce Cramer Vincent Criado 

Jean Daus David Davis James Dawson 

Ann De Pasquale Janet Dickerson Robert Dietz 

Lenore D'Onofrio Barbara Dorn David Douglas 

Andrew Drotleff Barbara Early Janet Eiber 



Marilyn Ely 



Eugene Emter Madeline Esposito June Evans 



Audrey Crooks James D Amico 
Angela De Capua Peggy DeLaney 
Angela Di Franco Forest Dixon 
Nancy Dow Michael Dragas 

Jim Eichenberger Janice Eldred 



Anthonv Evans 



Patricia Dansizen 
Dorothy Dennis 
Gloria Dombrosky 
Audrey Dranse 
Jack Elliott 
Warren Fabian 




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James Fairchild Donald Falk Christine Fazio Charles Fensch Noreen Ferris Donna Fifolt 

Marlene Fisher Marjorie FitzpatrickRegina Flack Robert Fleming Sam Fleming Ken. Flickinger 

Stephen Flocke Russell Florentine Ronald Florjancic Audrey Foerste Thomas Fouser Janet Freeh 

Richard Freeh Ramona Fridley Richard Gale Robert Gallagher Donna Galloway Charles Gent 

James Geram David Gerland Dolores Germano Charles Gertz Rebecca Gibbons Thomas Gilmore 

Harry Gole Curtis Gordon Ronald Gordon Shirley Greaves Delores Gregorek Lois Gruhn 




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Juniors . . . 




Robert Gulic Joanne Haight Gail Hamilton 

Robert Hanslik ^arol Harper Donna Hartzell 

Myra Headington °atricia Hegedus Robert Hencie 

Patricia Holler Helene Hollstein Wilberta Holub 

Frank Hurka Tackie Hurless Dewey Huston 

Michael Iosue Geraldine Jacksa Barbara Janke 



Sarah Hamilton Nancy Hansen Neva Hansen 

John Hauser Sandra Haw Ronald Hazlett 

John Hocevar Charles Hoefle Arthur Holdren 

Agnes Horvath Arthur Hrovat Chris Hummel 

Josephine Iafelice Willamay Inman Robertann Intorcio 

Mary Ann Jelco Barbara Jenne Howard Jerabek 




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Juniors . . . 




Julia Jerabek David Johnson 

Dolores Kekac James Kellam 
Marilynn King Joan Kingsford 
Sylvia Klug Nancy Knaus 

Richard KornblurrRon Kosteinshek 



Merle Johnson Gloria Jones Joan Kamm 

Kay Kelley Jack Kern Fred Kidd 

Carol Kleindenist Barbara Klima Ann Kline 

Sandra Knerr Carol Koestler Frank Kokos 

Janet Kovach Kenneth Kozel Janis Krumins 



Donald Kump Arlene Kunchik Donald Kurti Margie Kusar Joanne Lacey 



Dennis Kehn 
Elizabeth Kimmel 
Patrick Klosky 
Douglas Koller 
Lawerance Kuehn 
James LaDouceur 







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Juniors . . . 



.A ^m \ ' 





Betty La Macchia Phyllis Lapinskas Ronald LapinskasRonald Laseak Jean Lindner Jack Laubler 

Raymond Leber Marilyn LeutbecherEdwin Libby Patricia Little Elaine Lokar David Lindsey 

Beverly Lloyd Marylyn Lloyd Patricia LockwoodHal Lohse Richard Lupo Donna Long 

Sandra Long William Long Rosemarie Lorenz Henry LeutkemeyerDonna Mason June Marchione 

James Marcus Doris Maria Carol Marolt Ronald Marvar Carl Laubler Jov Mason 

Carol Mathias Patricia McCarthy Phyllis McClurg Donna McCumber Paul McDowell Patricia McKeon 




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Charles McGuigan Harold Meier Jerry Mercurio 

Patricia Miller Ruth Miller Doris Miskoe 

Donald Morlock Nancy Morrow Carolyn Mosall 

William Myers Caryl Neiner Nancy Nelson 

Janet Newman Robert Newman David Niccum 

Raymond Omerza George Opalich Jack Orcutt 



Peggy Meymann Edward Micco 

James Moffat Nancy Mohler 

Dorothy Murphy Jean Mutchler 

Ronald Nelson Dick Nemeth 

John Novak Larry Oberdank 

Annette Orlando Sail, Palazzo 



Kaylene Miller 
Kathleen Morgan 
Ronald Myers 
Lynn Nesbitt 
Jean O'Connor 
Janice Panty 




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Juniors . . . 




Martin Papes 
Michael Patete 
Gerald Peters 
Carol Potocar 
Marilvn Rauth 



Michael Papouras Franklin Paratore Donald Park Richard Parker Constance Parr 



Peggy Patrick Gerald Pederson 

Evelyn Petrofes Mildred Phillips 
Mary Ellen PowellMichael Rado 
Kavann Reeves Leonard Reiter 



Charles Rittenberg David Roberts Joan Rufener 



Mary Pemberton Nannette Pennoyer Kenneth Perovich 
Arthur Picciotti Janice Plietchwait Robert Porter 
Ronald Rado Robert Ragborg Thomas Rahz 
Dolores Richie Donald Richmond Nevin Riley 
Richard Sajovec Robert Sandman Doris Sanger 





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Dorothy Santay 
Grace Schuler 

Russell Shawke Al Sheppert 

Christine Skodlar Donald Skranc 

Bonnie Smith Bradley Smith 

Patricia Sodja James Sperl 



William Scharlau Janet Schlauch 
Richard Schultz Robert Schwartz 
Helen Sherlock 
Robert Slonaker 
Janis Smith 
Jean Spice 



Marilyn Schmalz Paul Schmidt 
Sue Schweizer Edward Seaman 



Harold Shirk 
Ronald Sluga 
Ralph Smith 
John Stanley 



George Sirn 
Marcia Smaltz 
Robert Smith 
Carole Staples 



Roger Scholle 
Richard Secondo 
John Skinner 
Barbara Smith 
James Snider 
Adam Stegh 





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Juniors . . . 




Thomas Stokes Edith Stone Hedwig Stopar Nancy Such Richard Swetel James Teegardin 

Anthony Tekancic Patricia Teklinski William Tender Graham Teschke Dolores Tewell Ted Thomas 

C. Thompson Thomas ThompsonNancy Todd Joseph Toigo Thomas Tome Louis Tortoric 

Joanne Tumbry Anthony Turk Susan Tweed Robert Ulmann Frances Urankar Jay Valentine 

Carol Van Scoder Dale Vend Raymond Vespe Nadja Vidmar Dolores Walensa Mercer Walklet 

Charles Walter William Warholic Mary Watkins Kenneth Watson Marian Watts Geneva Webb 





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Juniors . . . 



The Junior Class of 1953 will never forget the 
Heights basketball game, Junior party, getting jobs, 
Mr. Owen's assembly, Junior Prom, term papers, the 
first dance??? in the gym, and looking forward to 
having the best graduating class E. H. S. has ever had. 




Garv Weir James Wels'i Gloria Wheeler Donald Whitaker Wayne White Jack Wierman 

Lloyd Wilk C. Weishner Carole Williams Jane Williams Ronald Williams Beverly Wilson 

Robert Wiltshire Latt Winder Don Worthington Irene Vakos Gerald Yarcusko LeRoy Yeary 



Patricia Yoger Mary Jane Yopko Victor Zaletel Anastasia Zayatz Leonard Ziegler 




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Sophomores . 




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Aborn, Peter 
Abrams, Robert 
Allison, Dereatha 
Allison, Karl 
Alter, David 
Amato, Rosemarie 
Amundson, Roald 



Anderson, Edward 
Anderson, John 
Anzick, Joanne 
Appleby, Donna Le 
Arrison, Charles 
Arthur, Virginia 



Ha 



vey 



Avery, Barbara 
Babnik, Richard 
Bacilek, George 
Badger, Robert 
Badovinac, Kay 
Baker, Gary 
Baker, Larry 



Balice, Sylvia 
Barker, Mary 
Barnes, Dorothy 
Baron, Harvey 
Bartone, Neal 
Beck, Marcia 
Beers. Arthur 



Beldin, Richard 
Belk, Carolyn 
Beno, Andy 
Beres, Gary 
Bernacki, Pete 
Bernardic, Pat 
Beverick. Mike 



Birkii 

Bolde 

Bonn. 



, Betty 
, Dorthea 
,, Connie 

Russell 



Bradner, Elaine 
Bradley, Jessie 
Brady, Connie 
Braund, Bill 
Brawner, Ted 
Brew Bill 
Brooks, Howard 



Broos, Betty 
Brown, Paul 
Burrows, Dick 
Burval, David 
Buzanski, Ray 
Carlson, Ralph 
Carlton, Carolyn 



Carnahan. Delores 
Carroll, Paul 
Case, Roberta 
Cates, Clyde 
Cefaratti, Martin 
Champa, Jerry 
Charo, Joe 



,v, 



Sophomores . . . 



Chauby, Berty 
Chinn. Doreen 
Chisholm. Jerrv 
Christoff. Ernie 
Christopher, Marci; 
Cizmadia. Barbara 
Clark, Joan 



Cocci a, Josephine 
Cochrane. Russell 
Codling, George 
Coleman, Marjorie 
Collingwood. Larry 
Combs, Pat 
Conkling. Loretta 



Connor, Janet 
Cook. Deanna 
Corbett, Ni 
Corner, Joe 
Coski, Barbai 
Cox. Ann M 
Crane, Garry 



Crooks, Robert 
Currutt, Donald 
Curwright, Mifflin 
Dahlquist, Yvonette 
Davis, Lowell 
Derbaum, Marj' Grace 
Diamond. James 



DiCenzo, Adrienne 
DiDio. Veroa 
Dinwoodie, Margan 
DiPoalo. Robert 
Dirk. Margie 
Dolence, Leah 
Doran, Patricia 



Douglas, Lois 
Dowis. Paul 
Dreyer, Charles 
Dugan, Pat 
Dulskis, Jan 
Ma 



Durk. Sally 



DuRose. Dick 
Eddy, Dianne 
Edmonds, Jo 
Eiskonen, Phylli 

Elbe, Jim 
Emerick. Gary 
Fabian, Sandra 



Ealk. Jean 
Fellows. Janet 
Fielding. Keren 
Fifolt, Mary Ann 
Fischer, Steve 
FicztimmofU, Richard 
Fleming, Margaret 



Fletcher. Joyce 
I oscer. Sue 
Fox, iTannf 
Frayar, Bill 
GaUaxber, Bob 
Garoralo, Gerry 
Carolyn 




Sophomores . . . 




Gates, Betsv 
Gersin, Paul 
Gibbs, Gay 
Gillespie, Tom 
Gilmore, Lois 
Giunta, Sebastian 
Glass, Mar>' 



Gleason, Sandra 
Globokar, Frank 
Golobic, Dorothy 
Goodwin. Patricia 
Gordon, Diane 
Gosnell, Marilyn 
Gary, Charles 



Grgic, Rose 
Gribbons, Victor 
Grims, Jane 
Griffis. Jean 
Grisdale, Bill 
Grze, Joann 
Guarino, Jo Anne 



Harper, Stefn 



Hawes, Roland 
Herman, Holly 
Herold, Joyce 
Herrick, Richard 
Hicks, Don 
Highland, John 
Hill, Marilyn 



Hoffert, Frank 
Holmes. Barba 
Hopkins, Jean 
Hopkins, John 
Horn, David 
Horter. Gail 
Huggins, Vivia 



Hunt, Nancy 
Hupp. Beverly 
Husted, William 
Huscon, Larry 
Hutter, Ronald 
Ilgunas, Dorothy 
Jasany, Richard 



Jaauays, Elaine 
Jaynes, Dick 
Jenner. William 
Jesberger, John 
Johnson, Carol 
Johnson. Donna 
Johnson, Joyce 



Johnson. Judy 
Johnson, Robert 
Joranko. Don 
Kadunc, Donna Lee 
Kasuoic, Norma 
Kellam. Fred 
Kelly, Roger 



Keskin, Margaret 
Kicfaler, Sue 
Kidd, Delores 
Kidd, Carl 
Klaumiqzer, Gail 
Klein. Myna 
Klotzbacti, David 



Knoch, Roy 
Knowles, Richard 
Knuth. Ralph 
Koehoe, Beroard 
Koeth, Leonard 
Kohler, Joyce 
Korzunowski, Tony 



Koscetic, Deanna 
Koss. Richard 
Kozlow, Florence 
Kozlowski, Nancy 
Krazny, Darrell 
Krause, Larry 
Krebs, Alice 



Kreinheder, Kay 
Kriessler. Bob 
Krull, Donna 
Kubilus, Delores 
Kulwin, Gloria 
Lackner, John 
Laddis, Tony 



Lamont, Joann 
Langel, Robert 
Lanning, Carolyn 
LaPorte, Nancy 
I .irk in, Margaret 
Latham, Carol 
Lazor, Jack 



Udford. Jim 
Lee. Mary 
Leishman, Pat 
Leitch, Nancy 
Lesko, Carol 
Likovic, Frank 
Lock wood, Barbara 



Loje 



/ski, Ronald 
Lomache. Philip 
I-ombiirdo. Virgina 
Long, Marshall 
Longo, Joseph 
l.ubm. Harvey 
Luck, Donna 



Luck, Martha 
Ludvik, Edwill 
Lnikart, Carol 
Lumadue, Leonard 

Robert 

MacAdam, Don 

-hard 



Sophomores . . . 




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Sophomores 





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Martin, Albert 
Marvin, Carol Ann 
Marvin, William 
Mathias, Don 
Matyazic, John 



McCord, Sandra 
McCulley, Janeeo 
McDermott, Dorothy 
McDermort, Robert 
McGee, June Ann 
Mclntyre, Montrue 
McLaughlin, Jim 



Meador, Byron 
Meier, Mary 
Metzger, Robert 
Milano. Betty 
Miller, Richard 
Mills, Donald 
Minicucci, Roberta 



Misich, Theodore 
Misick. Jim 
Mlakar, Jean 
Monroe, Elaine 
Moore, Nelda 
Moriarty, Thomas 
Morris, Marlene 



Mowery, Robert 
Mullins, Jim 
Mullins, Phyllis 
Murray, Agnes 
Murray, James 
Narney, Lynn 
Nelsen, Lois 



Nere, Shirlev 
Neylon, Jean 
Nitz, Janet 
Noble, Larry 



Obert, Charles 
Osberg, Diana 
Osborn, Blair 
Oviatt, John 
Parker, Lauris 
Parotore, John 
Parrish, Norma 



Parsons, Beverly 
Payne, Robert 
Pecjak, Beverly 
Pegoraro, Ruby 



Per. 



ch, Eli 



Petrenchik, Gloria 
Petrich, Frank 
Petruzzi, Julian 
Petti, Charles 
Phillips, Dick 
Picozzi, Louise 
Pike, Marian 



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Sophomores . . . 



Pinto. Pat 
Pistillo. Lucille 
Ponikvar. Lois 
Prebevsek. Louis 
Pringlc. llene 
Pruitt. Polly 
Radendc, Thomas 



Rady. Allan 
Rancont, Barbar 
Reeves. Herlie 
Rehard. David 
Reiche, Nancy 
Rescic, Violet 
Rice. Peter 



Rinehart. Richard 
Ritter, Pat 
Roach. Linda 
Robeda, Kathleen 
Roberts. Richard 
Rocco. Salvatore 
Roeder, Nancy 



Rohz, Sallv 
Rolih. Lillian 
Roller, David 
Roof. James 



Rusnov. Martha 
Rvder. Craig 
Rider. John 
Ryder. Wanda 



Sajevic, Alan 
Sajevic, Pat 
Salcer, Rosemarie 
Saley, Leonard 
Salo. Richard 
Salomone. Beatrice 
Salomone. Helen 



Sangin. Peter 
Sbrocco, Ronald 
Schmalz. Richard 
Schmeling, Arnold 
Schneider. Pat 
Schroll. Sandford 
Schulmeivter, Lee 



Schultz. Charlene 
Schwan, David 
Schwarts. Jean 
Seddon. Fred 
Sekston, Geraldine 
Sharp, Pat 
Shaw, Donna 



Shearer, Dale 
Shubt-r, Marine 
Simon, Richard 
Skc-be, Barbara 
Skiff, Peter 
Skufca, Mary Lou 
Slcith, Richard 




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Sophomores . . . 




Smith, Carl 
Smith, Charles 
Smith, Donald 
Smith, Nancy 
Smith, Sharon 
Snyder. Howard 
Soeder, Carolyn 



Spiegel, Agnes 
Spies, Carolyn 
Spino, Frank 
Spolar, Norman 
Stadler, Ray 
Stanton, Paul 
Stark, Mary Lou 



Steffenhagen, Sandy 
Stegh, Joseph 
Steinfurth, Holly 
Steins, Judy 
Stinson, Jonathan 
Stoddard. Mildred 
Strekal, Jack 



Strnad, Rudy 
Stupka, Dianne 
Stuzen, Phyllis 
Sweitzer, Emily 
Tabor, George 
Tarantino, Charles 
Taylor, Pattie 



Teegardin, Jane 
Telling, Pat 

Tench, Bettyruth 
Timko, Robert 
Tisovec, Louis 
Tolway, Richard 
Tome, James 



Tomsic, Richard 

Troeter, Jim 
Tyron. Ames 
Turk, Fred 

Turk, Richard 
Turner, Patty 
Tyrrell, Jack 



Tyrrell, William 
Uccello, Jo Ann 
Uhl, Sheila 
Uncapher, Ronald 
Vah, Michael 
Vanek, Phyllis 
Vanek, Raymond 



Vidmar, Alice 

VonHoff, Anne 
Wadsworth, Dick 
Wall. Marilyn 
Walsh, Marilyn 
Walsh, Betty 
Weber, Don 
Weiler, Hildegarde 



Weist, Linda 
Wertenberger, Melva 
Weslee, Marlene 
Whalen, Gilbert 
Whitson, Estel 
Wicai, Nancy 
Witkizer, Nannette 



Sophomores . . . 



Williams, Barn- 
Williams. Richard 
Willow, Sam 

VTilsdorf, Ann 
VTinkler. John 
Wohlgemuth, Marlene 
Dick 



VTorlev. Rov 
Wright, Gerald 
Yager, Norman 
Yarcusko, Phyllis 
Yeager, Elaine 
Yearv, Glenn 
Yirava. Dick 



Yoke, Carl 
Yore, Ralph 
Zanghi, John 
Zelazny, Roger 
Zingale, Kennech 
Zingales. Charles 




SOPHOMORES . . . 

We, the Sophomores of 1953, will never forget the 
trouble we had finding our classrooms during the first 
week of school, the first "Homecoming," reading Silas 
Marner, "green Thursdays," and white bucks. 



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SPEECH and DRAMA 




The play is done; the curtain drops, . . . 

— William Thackeray 

The real hern of this scene isn't on the stage at all. 

— Thornton Wilder 



Junior Play 



U 



OUR MISS BROOKS'' 




BOTTOM ROW— Mr. Robuck, R. Omerza, D. Dennis, J. Bradley, B. Dorn, A. Carlson. SECOND 
ROW— J. Lacey, A. Blanc, S. Hamilton, R. Parker, L. D'Onofrio, J. Panty. THIRD ROW— T. 
Baker, P. Holler, J. Dickerson, K. Flickinger, P. Bremser, S. Barish. 



Miss Brooks J uc ty Bradley 

Miss Finch__ _ Pat Hollar 

Hugo Longacre _Ray Omerza 

Mr. Wadsworth _. Bob Smith 

Miss Audubon Sarah Hamilton 

Elsie _ _Janet Dickerson 

Jane Barbara Dorn 

Sylvia Joanne Lacey 



JUNIOR PLAY CAST 

Doris Audrey Blanc 

Marge -Lenore D'Onofrio 

Faith_ _. Phyllis Bremser 

Rhonda . Dotty Dennis 

Ted_ Al Carlson 

Stanley- Dick Parker 

Martin Ken Flickenger 

Mrs. Allan Janice Panty 



Directed by Mr. Leonard Robuck 



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JUNIOR PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF 
BOTTOM ROW— M. Pemberton, D. Bohn, A. DeCapua, J. O'Connor, M. Phillips, R. Miller, 
H. Hollstein, D. Dennis. SECOND ROW— E. Lokar, P. Delaney, C. Skodlar, N. Hansen, A. 
Zayatz, J. Kamm, ]. Cramer, S. Greaves. THIRD ROW— J. Eiber, A. DiFranco, D. Miskoe, N. 
Knaus, L. D'Onofrio, I. Dickerson, N. Ferris. FOURTH ROW— I. Lacey, R. Omerza, T. Baker, 
B. Smith, D. Parker, I. Campbell, W. Inman, L. Kline. 



THE JUNIOR PLAY 



The delightful comedy, "Our Miss Brooks," 
was presented in the auditorium November 21st 
and 22nd, by the Junior Class. The play was a 
huge success, and provided many laughs and an 
excellent evening's entertainment for those people 
who saw it. 

We offer a vote of thanks to Mr. Leonard 
Robuck, who directed the play, for the way he 
tirelessly gave of his time to work with the cast. 
His steadying influence did much to eliminate 
those "opening night jitters." 



"Our Miss Brooks" was based on the radio and 
TV show by the same name, starring Eve Arden, 
and depicted Miss Brooks, a high school English 
teacher, directing a school play of her own. A 
romance was added between Miss Brooks and 
Hugo Longacre, the basketball coach, and when 
the curtain was finally rung down on the last per- 
formance, most people agreed that this was one of 
the finest Junior Plays ever seen at Euclid. 




The Senior Class Play 

"HARVEY" 




BOTTOM ROW— L. Knezevich, W. Former, E. Lebok, J. Myers, D. Mansperger, A. Vendeland. 
SECOND ROW— B. Case, R. Friedel, M. Libby, D. Bouse, B. Jevnikar, M. Costello, Mr. Bennett. 



PRODUCTION STAFF CHAIRMEN 

Judy Ewell General Manager 

Frank Toplak Stage Crew 

Rita Atran Publicity 

Sue Spangler, Dawn Delight Bouse Properties 

Marilyn Muehl Reservations 

Thomas Walklet Programs 

Mary Ann Hal lack Tickets 

Mary Lou McClure Furniture 
Roger Pae Radio and Television Advertisements 

Veral Pierce Costumes 



CAST 

Myrtle Mae Simmons ._ Betty Jevnikar 

Veta Louise Simmons Myra Jerkic 

Elwood P. Dowd Duane Mansperger 

Miss Johnson .. __ Rubyann Friedel 

Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet _. ._ Dawn Delight Bouse 

Ruth Kelly, R.N. . Edith Lebok 

Duane Wilson William Former 

Lyman Sanderson, M.D. __ Louis Knezevich 

William R. Chumley, M.D Bruce Case 

Betty Chumley Margaret Libby 

Judge Omar Gaffney Allan Vendeland 

E. J. Lofgren . Mike Costello 

Directed by Mr. Robert Bennett 



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BOTTOM ROW — F. Toplak, M. McClure, V. Pierce, M. Muehl, R. Atran, S. Spanker, D. D. Bouse, M. Hallack, R. Pae, 
J. Ewell. SECOND ROW— C. Bates, P. Sullivan, P. Rady, J. Powell, P Raney, S. Carroll, A. Kelso, S. Magnusson, S. Fried- 
man, M. Loverr, M. Bradner. THIRD ROW— M. DeLuga, V. Connell. P. Carlson, M. Colwill, P. McKibben. C. lanke, P. 
Gorjup, B. Hazen, B. Glinsek, S. Cormiea, S. Sladek. FOURTH ROW— R. Friedel, K. Insraham, K. Krienheder, }. Farry. 
C. Cutler, I. Long, M. Babnik, R. Couk, B. Howard, C. Scheerer. FIFTH ROW— A. Reed, A. Fee, R. Dobler, T. Thomas, 
R. Schaerfl, M. Weir, M. Mitch, L. Demeter, C. Dynes. SIXTH ROW— D. Bentley, D. Glaser, J. Majoros, M. Brose, A. 
Draz, E. Lebok. 



Mary Chases's delightful comedy, Harvey, provided the 
Senior play cast with many enjoyable afternoons and 
evenings of rehearsal, and the large crowd who came to 
see the play, with an evening's entertainment. 

Duane Mansberger as Elwood Dowd — the lighthearted 
gentleman who is befriended by the six-foot white rabbit, 
Harvey — and Myra Jerkis as his sister, Veta Louise — who 
tries in vain to destroy the supposedly mythical rabbit — 
only to find herself coming under Harvey's influence — 
kept the play moving swiftly and smoothly. 

The production of Harvey was a large undertaking, 
but the Seniors under Mr. Bennett's direction carried it 
through to success. 




"The tough guy?" 

E. Lebok, D. Mansperger, L. Knezevich, W. Former, B. 
Jevnikar. INSETS — Myra Jerkic and Dwane Mansperger. 



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BOTTOM ROW — D. Cook, D. Bouse. T. Baker, I. Lacey, B. Former, E. Lebok, A. Blanc, M. Jerkic, 
E. Monroe, M. Smaltz, Mr. Robuck. SECOND ROW— S. Kichler, D. Osberg, F. Nulick, M. 
Shuber, M. DeLuga, A. Carlson, A. Vendeland, M. Derbaum, B. Doski, E. Sherrill, D. Allison. 
THIRD ROW— S. Thomas, M. Luck, P. Turner, N. Roeder, V. Lombardo, B. Hupp, N. Hunt, 

B. Kimmel, S. Hamilton, K. Badovinac, L. D'Onofrio, L. Nelsen. FOURTH ROW— G. Yeary, 
P. Tomsic, K. Kreinheder, J. Fletcher, P. Combs, G. Sexton, B. Lockwood, B. Holmes, D. Stupka, 

C. Garrett, M. Hill, N. Fox. FIFTH ROW— C. Tarantino, D. Roller, H. Herman, B. Early, 
V. Huggins, N. Moore, B. Tench, C. Garofalo 



N. F. L 



Once again the National Forensic League can 
look back with sincere pride on its accomplish- 
ments of the year. It has been a year of success and 
failure, happiness and despair. This year the club 
was increased from thirty members of last year to 
approximately seventy-five members. 

The Prince of Peace contest started the speech 
activity in November. E? /erience once again 
proved valuable as Hill Former, Marcia Kuchera, 
Joanne Lacey, Mary Grace Derbaum, and Roger 
Pae won in the first set of contests. In the next 
contest Roger Pae was victorious and went on to 
win third place in the district. 

The E. H. S. debate team did very well in their 



first debate at Tallmadge, Ohio. The first individual 
events contest was at St. Joseph. Following this 
were contests at Ravenna, Cathedral Latin, Niles, 
and Cuyahoga Falls. Euclid contestants made an 
excellent showing in all of these contests. The high 
point of the year was reached on February 21 when 
Euclid held its second all-events tournament. This 
was even bigger and better than last year's contest. 

One of the highlights of the year was that coach 
Mr. Leonard Robuck, served as a member of the 
northern Ohio district committee of N. F. L. 

Next year, judging from the fine showing this 
year, Euclid should occupy one of the top positions 
in N. F. L. ranking in the nation. 



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ACTIVITIES 




Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for 
that is the stuff life is made of. 



-Benjamin Franklin 



So much to do; so little dotte. 



— Cecil Rhodes 



Student Council 




BOTTOM ROW— V. Capello, J. Lacey, L. Knezevich, D. Mansperger, P. Shrewsbury, G. Sirn, 
T. Browning. V. Pierce. S. Spangler, J. Powell. SECOND ROW— W. Former, R. Phillips, W. 
N'ido. S. Rosic, C. Golinar, R. Lorenz, S. Tweed, C. Shodlar, M. Libby. THIRD ROW— B. Gibbons. 
D. Bouse, P. Holler, B. Boldin, S. Smooth, C. Mosell, J. O'Connor, J. Clayton, P. Bremser, J. Griffis. 
FOURTH ROW— B. Koene, J. Burns, M. Jerkic, B. Gates, M. Christopher, S. Kichler, W. Ryder. 
M. Hallack. K. Ingraham. FIFTH ROW— T. Walklet. F. lirovec, R. Kosteinshek. W. Warholic, 
L. Yeary. T. Baker. D. Mathias. D. Whitney. 

Pat Shrewsbury, Secretary; Louis Knezevich, President; George Sirn, Treasurer; 
Dwane Mansperger, Vice-President 

The Student Council is one of the most important organizations in 
our school. It was the Student Council that sponsored dances after our 
games, refurnished the Recreation Room, presented our first annual 
homecoming, and gave us assemblies such as the one during which Mr. 
Clifford Owen gave his interpretations of American ways. 

The Student Council served well as the link between the faculty and 
students which brought both harmony and efficiency to our school 
government. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARD 
The executive board of Euclid High School, presided 
over by the Student Council president, is composed of 
the leaders of the main functions of the Student Council: 
Assembly Chairman, Hall Guard Supervisor, Honor 
Study Hall Head, Captain of the School Guides, Con- 
cessions Chairman, Cafeteria Supervisor and Recreation 
Room Supervisor. These people decide important issues 
to be brought before the council and the various projects 
which they desire the council to undertake. 

STUDENT COUNCIL BOOK STORE 

The Book Store of Euclid High under the direction of 
Kathy Ingraham and Mary Ann Hallack is really helpful 
when one needs notebook paper, pencils, or some other 
classroom supply. It is open every period of the day 
and is operated by the students. 



HALL GUARD CAPTAINS 
Our Hall Guard system under the direction of Joanne 
Lacey insured visitors of a courteous 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 deliveting 
attendance slips to the office. 



STUDENT COUNCIL CONCESSIONS 

"Pop Corn! Hot Dogs! Candy! . . ." 

One of the most important jobs of the Student Coun- 
cil is to manage concessions at all important athletic 
events. This year the job fell into the hands of Tim 
Browning and his assistants, Bill Former, Jan Eiber, and 
LeRoy Yeary. 



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National Honor Society 



One of the most coveted honors that a high school may bestow upon 
one of its students is the honor of being inducted into the National 
Honor Society. A membership in the National Honor Society is cher- 
ished throughout one's entire life, whether he may choose to go to col- 
lege or otherwise. 

Any student who has maintained a scholastic average of eighty-five 
percent or better, is eligible for membership. The students are chosen 
from the Junior and Senior classes according to the standards of scholar- 
ship, leadership, character, and service. They are selected on a point 
basis by each member of the faculty and the present members of the 
Society. 

Each year in January, the induction ceremony takes place during an 
all-school assembly. No student knows who has been selected for initia- 
tion until the names are read in the assembly. 

Our chapter of the National Honor Society, led by Mr. Stanley White- 
side, is one of the 3,500 in the United States today. It is not a service 
club, although most of its members are key persons in other service 
clubs. They have social activities and each year find a means of earning 
money to defray the cost of pins and other expenses. 




BOTTOM ROW— V. Pierce, M. McClure, T. Cristoff, D. Mansperger, D. Morse, P. Dinwoodie. 
SECOND ROW— E. Lebok, P. Lefferts, B. Jevnikar, A. Baker, W. Former, S. Spangler, C. Bates. 
THIRD ROW— D. Barrett, M. Jerkic, J. Kotnik, M. Muehl, I. Bernier, M. Skiff. 



Members elected to the National Honor Society in the Spring of 1953. 
SENIORS — Richard Allar, Rita Atran, William Bartlett, Dawn Bouse, Mark Brose, Donald Contenza, Carol Cutler, Marvin 
Deluga. Luana Demcter, Jeanne Douttic-1, Vivian Eisler, Joyce Farry, Retta Francisco, Rubyann Friedel, David Glaser, Mary Ann 
Hallack, Joanne Hanson, Carolyn Janke, Frank Jirovac, Richard Karlinger, Anne Kelso, Anthony Kure, Joyce Long, Joann 
MacDowell, James Majores, Patricia McKibben. Fred Miller, Joan Myers, Gloria Myers, Jeanne Powell, Pat Shrewsbury, Allan 
Venderland, Donald Vicic, Thomas Walker, Susan Wettrick. JUNIORS — Tom Baker, Audrey Blanc, Marilyn Breskvar, Richard 
Browning, Al Carlson, Jean O'Connor, Lenore D'Onofrio, Jan Fiber, Madeline Esposito, Becky Gibbons, Kay Kelley, Sandra Kneer, 
Joanne Lacey, Elaine Lokar, Rose Marie Lorenz, Carolyn Mosall, George Sirn, Christine Skodlar, Susan Tweed, LeRoy Yeary, 
Anastasia Zayatz. 



P ;1 gc 8(1 



Hi-Y 



Remember the old song, "For he's a jolly good fellow".'' Well, when 
referring to the Hi-Y, we must say "for they're all jolly good fellows." 

The Hi-Y is an organization for boys with the desire to create an 
attitude which promotes Christian living. Their many activities offer not 
only service to rhe student body but also pleasure to the members. 

Because of the large number of boys participating in the Hi-Y activi- 
ties, the organization is divided into four chapters, the Knights. Squires, 
Nobles, and Regents, each having its own individual projects and 
activities. 



SQUIRES 

BOTTOM ROW — L. Ziegler, R. 
Chapman, L. Oberdank, E. Bessler. 
SECOND ROW — L. Brozina, L. 
Push, H. Brubaker, J. McCandless. 
THIRD ROW— M. Papes. R. Smith. 
1. Stanley, D. Koller, D. Miller. 



REGENTS 

BOTTOM ROW— B. Lorn;, D. An 
Jerson, B. DeShields, C. Walters, J 
Fairchild. SECOND ROW — M 
Papouras, F. Hurka, P. Klosky, A 
Laddis, B. Dietz. THIRD ROW — 
L. Winder, B. Warholic, G. Opalich 
M. Walklet, G. Weir, R. Schultz. 



HI-Y COUNSEL 

BOTTOM ROW— G. Long, J. Bent- 
ley, R. Brennan. SECOND ROW— 
W. Wertenberger, L. Oberdank, E. 
Bessler, D. Glaser. 




NOBLES 

BOTTOM ROW— B. Uleraann, W. 
Wertenberger, G. Long. SECOND 
ROW— M. Bann, F. Bilskis, D. 
Morse, D. Mansperger. THIRD 
ROW— R. Smith, M. Burkholder, 
M. Krecic, B. Hale. 



KNIGHTS 

BOTTOM ROW — L. Frecker, J 
Bentley, R. Brennan, J. VonHof, 
SECOND ROW — G. Teschke, J 
Kelleher, C. Moore, T. Kunkel 
THIRD ROW— Mr. Johns, B. Fisch 
er, J. Majoros, R. Parker, D. Glaser 



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Swim Club 



W'.u Napolo. Euclid High School Swim Club, has as its objective, the advancement of 
aquatic skills. This includes synchronized and speed swimming. 

The Club consists of twenty girls and twenty boys, who must pass a rigid test to 
become members. 

A good deal of the club's time is spent in preparing the annual water show, which is 
given in the spring. 

-S. Greaves, P. Lefferts, R. Miller, J. Dickerson, P. Sullivan, S. Magnusson, N. Vidmar, J. Brad'cy. 

-Mr. Gram, Miss Lais, B. Zales, P. Considine, S. S'jangler, J. Dinwoodie, T. Browning, G. Teschkc, 
B. Barrett, D. Whiteside, A. Kelso, K. Kelley, M. Bradner. THIRD ROW— D. Streck, S. Carroll. D. Washburn, P. 
Palm. 1. YonHof, A. Crooks, T. Edmonds, B. Early, M. Krecic, R. Friedel. FOURTH ROW— L. Brozina, J. Huddle- 
stone. R. Freeh, E. Seaman, R. Bronkall H. Leutkemever, I. Burval, T. Carroll, C. Zieeenfus, J. McCandless. 



BOTTOM ROW- 
SE( OND ROW- 




BOTTOM ROW — R. Dohler, A. Baker, S. Kichler, P. Turner, D. Bouse, M. Hallack, E. Sherrill, D. Barrett, B. Jev- 
nikar, M DeLuga, Miss Aingworth. SECOND ROW— D. Hicks, I. Griffis, M. Jelco, W. Inman, R. Atran, N. 
Hansen. N. Freeh, A. Dranse, C. Skodlar, M. Rauth, M. Phillips, L. Frecker. THIRD ROW— J. Griffis, C. Janke, J. 
Myers. K. Kreinheder, K. Ingraham, A. Foerste, P. Lefferts, P. McKibben, A. Caluda, G. Tabor. FOURTH ROW— 
J. Dulskis, A. Burchak, D. Mason, P. Hollar, J. Ewell, P. Tridley, M. Skiff, J. Huddlestone, J. Hanson, P. Meymann, 
J. Panty. FIFTH ROW— D. Allison, E. Knerr, W. Allison, A. DeCapua, E. Monroe, P. McKeon, N. Marrow, K. Bado- 
vinac. 



F. T. A. 



The transference of knowledge from one generation to another is a job that will always 
be necessary — there will always be children to teach! 

The purpose of the F. T. A. Club is the uniting of students who have a common goal — 
that of being one of the Future Teachers of America. 



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Ad Club 



The Ad Club is very important to the success of the 
athletic program here at Euclid High. Without it the sports 
activities would not run as smoothly as they do. It is the 



responsibility of the Ad Club to sell the tickets to such 
sports events as football games, basketball games, and 
wrestling meets. 



BOTTOM ROW — Mr. Vaccariello, H. Holstein, M. Pemberton, L. Samsa, A. Miller, D. Maria, C. Msrolt, A. Horvath, 
C Bates SECOND ROW— A. Reed, G. Turk, S. Williams, F. Miller, G. Percio, V. Pierce. B. Jokela. THIRD ROW 
— F. Guarino, P. Raney, J. Powell, J. Ewell, B. Jevnikar, P. Lefferts, B. Giuffre. FOURTH ROW— D. Morse, D. 
Thompson, B. Maryazic, E. Heinrich, L. Margo. 




BOTTOM ROW— D. Mills, T. Browning, T. Kure, G. Sirn, W. Former. SECOND ROW— F. Miller, T. Walklet, 
D. Kurti, D. Lindsay, C. Finch, J. Wright, L. Schulmeister. THIRD ROW— R. Laubler, G. Teschke, T. Stokes, J. 
Winkler, R. Kelley, B. Case, R. Karlinger. FOURTH ROW— I. Corner, B. Koehne, L. Yeary, T. Kunkel, G Yeary, 
H. Rose. 



The Key Club is a service club for boys in high school. 
At Euclid the club is sponsored by the Euclid Kiwanis Club. 

The Key Club ushers at the tournament games and con- 
tributes other services that sometimes are not publicized in 
the school. 



This year the Key Club was host to the State Key Club 
Convention held here in April. 



Key Club 



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Senior Cabinet 




BOTTOM ROW— J. Kotnik, M. McClure, C. Wagner, T. Christoff, G. DeNoewer, V. Capello, A. Kure, S. Telisman, 
Mr. Smith. SECOND ROW— S. Wettrich, L. Richards, F. Elrick, J. Dyke, R. Laccheo, B. Presley, T. Walklet, A. 
Baker, D. Morse, S. Wertenberger. THIRD ROW — M. Costello, R. Mower, W. Nido, G. Snyder, E. Henkel, R. 
Atran. M. Babnick, G. Myers, C. Stapp, C. Reier. 




BOTTOM ROW— R. Sbrocco, J. MacDowell, L. D'Onofrio, B. Dorn, Miss Lemon. 
SECOND ROW— L. Collingwood, J. Cramer, B. Former, M. Hassink, C. Smith. 



Red Cross Council 



SENIOR CABINET 
"Let's take a vote!" 

This democratic sug- 
gestion is frequently 
heard at any one of the 
sessions of Euclid's Sen- 
ior Cabinet, as selected 
senior class students 
meet under the leader- 
ship and guidance of 
the class sponsor, Mr. 
Smith, and class Presi- 
dent, Vince Capello, to 
discuss and settle the 
various problems with 
which a Senior Class 
is always confronted. 

RED CROSS 
COUNCIL 

The Red Cross Coun- 
cil has accomplished a 
great deal in its brief 
two-year history. 

The purpose of the 
Council is to co-ordin- 
ate all Red Cross activi- 
ties in the school and 
to stimulate interest in 
Red Cross among the 
Student body. 

Though only a few 
belong, it has very ad- 
mirably fulfilled its pur- 
pose. 



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P. A. Technicians Club 




The next voice you 
hear will be. . . . 
There's no telling be- 
cause . . . thanks to the 
work of student opera- 
tors who are on duty at 
the console of the P.A. 
system and to their ad- 
visor, Mr. Gebhart, who 
is everywhere . . . we 
hear political speeches 
by Eisenhower and Rog- 
er P a e, commercials 
( have YOU bought 
your SHREWSBER- 
RIES? ) , heartrending 
tales of CAPTAIN 
VINCENCIO, and news 
bulletins from the of- 
fice by commentator 
Walter Schwegler. 

We appreciate the 
efforts of the P.A. Staff 
. . . their work gives 
unity to our school. 



BOTTOM ROW— F. Toplak. SECOND ROW— A. Draz, G. Myers, M. Watkins, G. Scrobot, 
O. Thomas. THIRD ROW— J. Walsh, A. Fee, D. Rheehard, G. Teschke, J. Bavitz. G. Zanzig, 
Mr. Gebhardt. FOURTH ROW— B. Weiss, B. Scharfel, C. Dryer. 



P. A. Announcers Club 



The many duties of the P.A. Announcers staff are too numerous to mention, 
but among their more important duties are the morning announcements. The 
Public Address staff, supervised by Mr. Robuck, is an organization receiving little 
public recognition, but performing an important and a necessary service. 




FIRST ROW— R. Fridley, A. Brown, A. Blanc, J. Fletcher, E. Lebok, O. Duval, T. Duttiel. 
SECOND ROW— R. Parker, R. Jasney, C. Ryder, N. Del.aney, T. Baker, A. Carlson. 



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The Friendship Club 




BOTTOM ROW— Miss Vermillion, J. Long, M. Muehl. E. Lokar, Mrs 
J. Farry, J. Kotnik, J. Powell, B. Jokela, J. Smith. THIRD ROW- 
Gibbons, M. Dinwoodie, B. Tench. 



Wilson. SECOND ROW- 
-L. Gilmore, S. Gleason, ' 



THE FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

The Friendship Club of 1953 has had one of its most successful years. Just ask any of 
its members and they'll all agree that the many activities have kept them more than busy 
throughout the year. 

The Friendship Club is an organization for Sophomore, Junior, and Senior girls. Its 
purpose is to develop leadership among girls through their active participation in social 
programs and service projects for our school and community. 




BOTTOM ROW— R. Waterwash, V. Connel, A. Miller, M. Kuchera, J. Bales, A. Balint, S. Magnusson, C. Janke, E. Rose, M. Weir. 
M. Mitch, V. Milosovitch, C. Verbsky, R. Friedel, M. Muehl. SECOND ROW— K. Peck, M. Colwill, P. Carlson, S. Friedman. 
M. Goers, L. Richards, J. Dulskis, P. Shrewsbury, S. Wettrick, J. Dinwoodie, P. Sullivan, J. Bauer, P. Raney, A. Kelso, M. Libby, J. 
Powell. THIRD ROW— L. Samsa, B. Glinsek,' S. Cormiea, E. Sherrill, V. Eisler, M. Bahnick, J. Long, E. Moser, M. Sabec, P. Rady, 
M Hoffart, M. Bradner, F. Elrick, S. Carroll, S. Spangler. FOURTH ROW— J. Bernier, N. Chuha, G. Scrobot, J. Kotnik, P. McKib- 
ben, B. Jokela, J. Farry, B. Guiffre, A. Brown, A. Lengle, P. Fridley, J. Doutteil, J. Clayton. FIFTH ROW — L. Dememter, P. 
Considine, B. Jevnikar, M. McClure, G. Muhic, D. Bouse, J. Hanna, J. Myers, M. Hallack, K. Ingraham, K. Kreinheder, E. Pavlina, 
M. Mihelich. SIXTH ROW— J. Andean, P. Palm, E. Beltz, P. Considine, S. Sladek, C. Scheerer, E. Wallace, J. Eells, L Bailey. E. 
Collins, P. Arnold, J. Huddlestone, C. Wagner, S. Roller. 



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BOTTOM ROW — B. Carpenter, D. Burr, J. Bradley, S. Hamilton, I. Baise, A. Birchak, P. Berardinelli, S. Beale, C. 
Bayer, S. Barrish, W. Allison, C. Staples, E. Stone, J. O'Conner. SECOND ROW— D. Miskoe, C. Mossall, J. Cramer, 

A. Christie, C. Choplek, P. Turner, J. Marchoine, D. Walensa, P. Yager, F. Uranakar, I. Yakos, M. Yapko, J. Lacey, M. 
Esposito, M. Narrow. THIRD ROW— W. Holub, B. Early, A. Dranse, B. Dorn, G. Dombroski, L. D'Onofrio, J. 
Dickerson, A. De Capua, J. Daus, A. Crooks, B. LaMacahia, M. Fitzpatrick, J. Newman, G. Webb, J. Eiber, J. Spice. 
FOURTH ROW— S. Tweed, P. Sodja, P. McClurg, J. Tumbry, L. Gruhn, S. Greave, A. Horvath, D. Maria, C. Maralt, 

B. LaNachia, J. Freeh, A. Foerste, C. Fasio, M. Ely, A. Blanc, C. Schodler, E. Lokar. FIFTH ROW — B. Smith, J. Mason, 
B. Jake, C. Parr, K. Reeves, S. Sweitzer, H. Shirlock, P. McKean, D. Ritchie, D. Hartzell, K. Kelly, P. Hollar, N. Hanson, 
P. Delaney, M. Rauth, R. Lorenz. SIXTH ROW— J. Evans, ]. Kingsford, N. Knaus, B. Lloyd, H. Stapar, M. Phillips, 
M. Schmaltz, D. Galloway, C. VanScoder, M. Jelko, L. Nesbitt, J. Rufner, A. Kunchik, J. Kovach, C. Williams, N. 
Vidmar, J. Smith. SEVENTH ROW— P. McCarthy, J. Kellam, A. Zayatz, N. Nelson, M. Leutbecker, M. Lloyd, M. 
Pemberton, B. Jenne, H. Hollstein, B. Klima, D. Keykat, P. Meymann, J. Panty, M. Watkins, N. Todd, D. Tewell. 
B. Gibbons. 



G.A.A. 
Juniors 



BOTTOM ROW— V. Lombardo, J. Grirlis, M. Gosnell, D. Cook, I. Pringle, V. DiDio, C. Hallack, M. Lee 
P. Taylor, S. Kichler, S. Gleason, L. Gilmore, G. Sekston, B. Holmes, A. Spiegel. SECOND ROW— 
D. Kostelic, D. Osberg, M. Wertenberger, P. Goodwin, J. Griffis, V. Huggins, P. Telling, J. Nitz, D. Applebee, 
P. Ritter, J. Clark, N. Wicai, B. Skebe, S. Thomas, P. Vanek. THIRD ROW— N. Roader, B. Malano, M. Derbaum, 
M. Shuber, P. Yarcusko, T. Vidmar, M. Dirk, E. Bradner, H. Steinfurth, P. Stuzen, M. Christopher, B. Salomone, 
N. Smith, M. Pike, M. Grze, B. Lockwood, K. Kreinheder. FOURTH ROW— N. Richie, M. Beck, S. Nere, M. Stod- 
dard, P. Mullins, N. Leech, C. Marvin, J. Lamont, L. Picozzi, J. McGee, J. Mlakar, D. Kubilus, E. Nordstrom, 
N. Hunt, J. Falk, M. Weslee, C. Lesko. FIFTH ROW— M. Kes'kin, N. Kozlowski, D. Allison, E. Yeager, D. Gordon, 
S. Ferlito, J. Haddock, E. Jaquays, B. Rancont, N. Moore, M. Stark, K. Badovinc, S. Harper, N. Such, V. Rescic, 
D. Perry. SIXTH ROW— M. Klein, D. Balice, F. Nulick, N. LaPorte, M. Luck, P. Turner, M. Glass, J. Johnson, 
A. Wilsdorf, J. Fletcher, E. Monroe, E. Sweitzer, D. Bonnot, M. Morris, Y. Dahlquist, B. Susmadia. SEVENTH ROW 
— C. Schultz, G Klauminzer, H. Herman, B. Hall, M. Kufca, J. Dulskis, M. Dinwoodie, D. Birkic, C. Craig, P. 
Doran, B. Parsons, C. Brady, L. Roach, M. Murray, L. Narmi. EIGHTH ROW— D. Crawl, P. Dugan, H. Weiler, 
M. Wall, M. Dunn, C. Johnson, L. Parker, L. Weist, C. Carlton, S. Steffenhagen, P. Sharp, L. Nelson, P. Combs, 
D. Stupka, J. Hopkins. 



M Ross, G.A.A. 

lench, 



Sophomores 




Majorette Club 




J. Barney Co-Captain G. DeNeower, Co-Captain 

BOTTOM ROW— F. Elrich, E. Mannion, P. Arnold, C. Clampitt, J. Barney, G. DeNeower, B. Janke, P. Sodja, S. 
Tweed, C. Mathias, C. Staples. SECOND ROW— B. Early, J. Andeen, S. Kollar, A. Orlando, M. Libby, B. Bradner, 
G. Jones, D. Hartzell, C. Moscell, N. Todd. THIRD ROW— S. Beale, D. Gregoric, M. Christopher, P. Ritter, M. 
Shuber, C. Hallack, B. Bolden, D. Osberg, J. McCully, M. Larkin, M. Glass. FOURTH ROW— B. Lloyd, K. Krein- 
heder, B. Rancont, D. Krull, N. LaPorte, F. Nulich, S. Durk, N. Reichie, M. Derbaum, E. Bradner, S. Harper. FIFTH 
ROW — J. Dickerson, B. Burns, J. Freeh, J. Marchoine, G. Garafolo, P. Combs, D. Germano, L. D'Onofrio, A. Dranse, 
S. Thomas. 

LEFT TO RIGHT— J. Barney, G. DeNeower. SECOND ROW— F. Elrick, E. Mannion, C. Clampitt, 
J. Andin. THIRD ROW— B. Janke, P. Sodja, P. Arnold, S. Tweed, C. Mathias, C. Staples. 



MAJORETTE CLUB 
Three to one odds may seem rather good at first glance, 
but CO the thirty girls in the Majorette Club who are 
vying for the ten varsity majorette positions the odds 
begin to appear quite high comes the month of May and 
the final selection of the next year's candidates. 



Regardless of whether or not they are one of the lucky 
ten, the girls appreciate the various skills such as twirls, 
dances, and marches which they have learned, and the 
great deal of fun and enjoyment they have had during 
the year as a member of the Majorette Club. 



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Megaphone Club 






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BOTTOM ROW— R. Valencic, B. Stevens, C. Parr, f. Mutchler, J. Bauer, J. Clayton, J. Yarbrough, P. Stuzen. SECOND ROW— 
N. Smith, B. Hupp, B. Gates, H. Steinfurth, T. Vidmar, A. DiCenzo, L. Fox, Mr. Mize. THIRD ROW— M. Hill, B. Broos, G. 
Horter, M. Libby, S. Williams, B. Tench, J. Burens, E. Petrofes, D. Dennis. FOURTH ROW— M. Fleming, M. Dinwoodie, B. 
Lombardo, C. Latham, A. VonHof, P. McKeean, J. Coccia, C. Lonning. 

LEFT TO RIGHT — R. Valencic, Co-Captain; B. Stevens, J. Mutch!er, J. Yarbrough, J. Clayton, J. Bauer, P. Stuzen, C. Parr, R. 
Valencic, J. Clayton, Co-Captain. 



THE MEGAPHONE CLUB — THE CHEERLEADERS 
The Megaphone Club is composed of thirty students 
who work toward a common goal — that of becoming a 
cheerleader. These girls are trained during regular meet- 
ings by the varsity cheerleaders, with the assistance of 
Mr. Mize. They are taught acrobatics, hand and leg move- 
ments, facial expression, and coordination. 

Unfortunately, all members cannot become cheerlead- 
ers, but it is a high honor for those who do. Our cheer- 
leaders, chosen for their exuberance and school spirit, are 
the "Zip! Bang!" of the school. 

For the limelight they enjoyed a couple of times a 



week, they spent many hours practicing so they could 
arrive at near perfection in the cheers which they led. 
With the help of their advisor, Mr. Edmund Mize, they 
also planned and presented the pep sessions held for the 
student body. 

With everlasting pep and enthusiasm, our cheerlead- 
ers followed the football and basketball teams wherever 
they went. Whether the team was victorious or lost a 
heart-breaking game, whether few or multitudes of stu- 
dents were in attendance, they proceeded to cheer and 
hoped that they might add that necessary spark to the 



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TOP RIGHT — Dancing, Mr. Case's club. Sophomore Drama, 
Photography Club, Art for Fun, Typing. 

BOTTOM RIGHT — Quarterback, Publications, Embroidering, 
J. V. Quarterback, Oscar Club, Red Cross. 

DANCE CLUB 

The Dance Club under the direction of two representatives 
from the Fred Astaire Studio meets every Wednesday. The club 
is sponsored by Miss Hohs and Mr. Bennert. The members of 
this club enjoy themselves learning new steps and express 
much interest in improving their dancing. 
THE PHOTOGRAPHY' CLUB 

The Photography Club was originated to provide avocational 
and vocational interests for its members and to extend the 
services of the club to other clubs and agencies in the school. 

Third Period Clubs 

THE QUARTERBACK CLUB 

Through movies, charts, and discussions, the Quarterback 
Club attempts to enlighten boys interested in football so that 
they, as players or spectators, may possess a keener appreciation 
of the ramifications of the sport. 
J.V. QUARTERBACK CLUB 

The J. V. Quarterback Club, like the Varsity Club, is gaining 
more knowledge of football. They are picking up pointers that 
will enable them to be top contenders for the varsity football 
squad. 
THE TRACK AND FIELD CLUB 

The Track and Field Club meets every Wednesday to discuss 
track events, techniques, and qualifications for various track 
and field efforts. 

The personnel of the club is comprised of varsity Track letter 
men and other boys who are interested or may have participated 
in Euclid junior highs or other schools. 



TOP LEFT — Biology, Home Nursing, Round Table, Charm, 
Canasta, Ukelele. 

BOTTOM LEFT— Diamond Sports, Knitting, Pinochle, Ping- 
pong, Automotives, Bridge. 

THE DRAWING AND PAINTING CLUB 

This club is for the students who are interested in art and 
are unable to fit the subject into their schedule. Fundamentals 
of drawing and painting are studied and practiced. 
THE PUBLICATIONS CLUB 

The Publications Club fosters interest in personal writing. 
The Club serves as an editorial board for the Eucuyo, rhe school 
lirerary magazine published in the winter and spring. 

THE OSCAR CLUB 

The Oscar Club discusses the current movies and the actors 
in them. Members see one play and one picture a semester. 
SOPHOMORE DRAMA CLUB 

The Sophomores, through the Sophomore Drama Club, have 
a real opportunity to learn about the stage and gain a small 
amount of knowledge of acting. Mrs. Olson sponsored the 
club first semester and Mr. Robuck the second semester. 

SHORTHAND FOR FUN 

Realizing that they like to do those things they find them- 
selves best able to do, the members of Mr. Donald Brown's 
club explore the secretarial field. 
THE EMBROIDERY CLUB 

The nineteen girls in the Embroidery Club are learning to 
make the linens for their hope chesrs distinctive by trimming 
them with fine stitches. 
THE RED CROSS CLUB 

The Red Cross Club sponsored by Miss Edith Lemon gives 
local service to hospitals, national service to the armed forces, 
and international service to children overseas. 





THE TRAVEL CLUB 

Have you ever visited distant Africa, or taken a hike through 
Canadian forests? These, plus other interesting and imaginary 
trips, movies, and discussions, have been part of the program 
of the Travel Club, under the sponsorship of Mr. Miller. 

THE CHARM CLUB 

Open only to Senior girls, the Charm Club offers numerous 
helpful hints on good grooming. Miss Wilma Gillman con- 
tacts many prominent persons to give lectures on such topics 
as clothing, hair styles, make-up, proper diet, etc. 

THE DIAMOND SPORTS CLUB 

The Diamond Sports Club members, under the leadership 
of Mr. Photo, view professional training films and discuss 
baseball techniques and methods of play. They also contact 
the big league scouts for talks on what the scouts look for in 
amateur players. Each spring the members choose the player 
who has done most for the betterment of the high school team 
and award the "Outstanding Player Trophy." 

THE PING PONG CLUB 

The senior boys in Mr. Gordon's Ping Pong Club enjoy the 
competition of some of the best of the school's players. A 
tournament highlights this club's activities. 

HOME NURSING CLUB 

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

THE CANASTA CLUB 

In the Canasta Club the students have the opportunity to 
learn to play the game, as well as to learn good sportsmanship 
and card-table manners. 



THE KNITTING CLUB 

Mrs. Barrows hopes the girls will derive relaxation and 
pleasure in learning the skill of knitting in the Knitting Club. 

THE AUTOMOTIVES CLUB 

Under the sponsorship of Mr. Staines the Euclid Grease 
Monkeys," as they prefer to be called, study the fundamentals 
of automobile construction. Proper maintenance and good 
driving habits are among the major topics discussed by this 
tenth grade group of boys. 

THE ROUND TABLE CLUB 

The Round Table Club discusses, in an informal manner, 
current affairs and issues. Members have an opportunity to 
bring their points of view before the group, but they must be 
prepared to receive criticism in a friendly, constructive way. 

THE ARTHUR GODFREY CLUB 

The Arthur Godfrey Club is divided into three groups: 
( 1 ) those who are learning to play; (2) those who sing as a 
group to guitar accompaniment; and ( 3 ) those who play banjo 
ukeleles. 

During the last ten minutes the group usually gets together 
for a combined program. 

THE PINOCHLE CLUB 

The purpose of the Pinochle Club is to teach the boys and 
girls a few of the fundamental principles of the game of 
pinochle. In later years this game may be a source of many 
enjoyable moments. 

THE BRIDGE CLUB 

The Bridge Club is a sixteen member group devoted to 
learning the liner points of Contract Bridge and also enjoying 
the social aspects of the game. 




Stage Crew 



The Stage Crew started 
with the Senior High School 
and has progressed and de- 
veloped with the various 
needs. Starting as a Stage- 
crafters Club, the set-up has 
changed, gradually, to a regu- 
lar school course in stagecraft, 
meeting two periods a day 
and carrying regular school 
credit. 

Equipment has been fur- 
nished by the Euclid Board of 
Education, and the Euclid 
P. T. A. has contributed much 
to augment the facilities. 



Movie Club 




Left to right — B. Carlton, Mr. Case, R. Sbrocco, T. Moriatty, R. Lupo, R. Yore, C. Yoke. 




When The March of 
Time" marches into your 
class room, you may thank the 
Movie Club. A great deal of 
skill and "know how" is re- 
quired to do the job of the 
projection crew. It is their 
duty to set up and run all 
films used in the school 
whether it be for noon 
movies, an assembly, or for 
classes. 



BOTTOM ROW— F. Rose. J. Bales, A. Balint, C. Beck, T. Stokes, D. Glaser, J. Majoros. 
SECOND ROW— Mr. Bailey, T. Thomas, J. Eells, E. Sherrill, J. Huddlestone, M. Krecic. 
THIRD ROW— C. Zingale, I. Bently, B. Lynch, B. Marvin, D. Roberts, J. Skinner, A. Horvat. 



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SPORTS 




Ask not if we won or lost, but how we played the game. 

— Rudyard Kipling 

The race is not always to the swiftest nor the battle to the 
strong, but that's the way to bet. 

— Damon Runyon 



National Athletic Scholarship Society 

NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIU SOCIETY 

Boys who have earned a school letter and have a good scholastic 
standing may be elected by vote of the faculty into N. A. S. S. The 
object of this group is to promote both scholarship and athletic ability. 








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Don Contenza, Frank Nimmo, Don Vicic, Vince Capello. 

BOTTOM ROW— K. Whitlow, R. Fleming, D. Bear, C. Boldin, D. Contenza, J. Kalin T Kure 
Mr, Swackhamer. SECOND ROW — F. Spino, C. Yoke, R. Burrow, F. Lickovic, G.' Weir D Malone 
I Phillips, D. James. THIRD ROW— B. Langle, R. Rinehart, E. Cristoff, R. Misic, C. Shultz b' 
Long, D. Kollar, L. Lad. lis 



Boys 7 Leader Club 



This club is composed of gym leaders among the boys. These boys 
assist the physical education teachers in the regular gym classes and in 
intramurals. 



Page 100 




BOTTOM LEFT — Poor Harvey. He's in the center of a 
12-man pileup as Euclid stops him on the goal line just 
before Shaw made its fourth period touchdown to win, 
13-7. Harvey Peskin found somebody's fingers in his eye. 



UPPER RIGHT — Scoring Shaw's fourth period touch- 
down is Al Sebransky from the one-yard line. Harvey 
Peskin and Ken Horton were stopped from the same spot 
on two previous plays. 



Co-captains of the 1952 Panther football squad were Don Vicic and Lou Laddis. Don, 
a rampaging fullback, was named to the Lake Erie League first team, the Press All- 
Scholastic team, and received All-Ohio honorable mention. Lou's line work and all round 
play were important factors in many of the battles. 



This year's "Blue and Gold" grid squad, although fin- 
ishing with an unimpressive 3-5-1 record, gave its fans 
plenty of exciting action. 



Euclid___ __13 

Euclid 33 

Euclid 

Euclid 41 



Canton Lincoln 18 

Ashtabula __ 6 

Lakewood 

Parma 6 



Joe Turkali scored the lone Euclid TD, as the reserves 
sparkled in the final quarter. This defeat gave us a 1-4-1 
LEL record and forced our gridders to settle for sixth 
place in the standings. 

Euclid ' Shaw 13 

Euclid 33 Cleveland Heights __ __13 

Euclid 13 Elyria 13 

Euclid Lorain 52 

Euclid 6 Shaker 27 



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R. Phillip: 



M. Cooper 



J. Turkall 



K. Anzel 




D. Whiteside 



K. Brockman 



W. Nido 



T. Paz 




Football Managers — E. Empter, T. Walklet, J. Pi 



Page 102 



S. Repasy 




V. Capello 



J. Vonhof 




COACHES 

Working hard to insure 
victory for our football team 
is the coaching staff headed 
by "Sparky" DiBiasio. Not 
only do they coach the team 
in the football techniques, but 
their moral support is all im- 
portant to the players. 



Coaches Mayer, Nelson, DiBiasio, Galicki, Eckert. 



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Football 



LAST ROW— B. Osborn, T. Radencic, D. DuRosc. N. Spolar, 1. McLaughtcn, B. Metzger, R. Burrows, D. Williams, 
R. Rinehart. THIRD ROW— A. Rady, L. Collingwood, L. Krausc. B. Hanson, D. Miller, J. Roof, P. Lomache, D. 
Woomer. D. Harrzlett, A. Galicki, Head Coach. SECOND ROW— C. Smith, D. Smith, S. Rocco, R. Pegararo, F. 
Spino. J. Petruzzi, A. Tryon, D. Burval, J. Mayer, Assistant Coach. FIRST ROW— S. Willow, B. DiPaolo, J. Longo, 
D. Alter, G. Harrison, B. Payne, D. Wadsworth, N. Bartone, Manager. 



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BACK ROW — S. Repasy, D. Adams, H. Austin, R. Nelsons, G. Peters, J. Kalin, V. Capello, R. Lapinskas, G. Opalich, 
M. Papouras, B. Tentler. THIRD ROW— J. Petrofes, Head Manager; M. Michaels, B. Schneider, B. Warholic, K. 
Anzells, J. VonHof, K. Brockman, J. Orcutt, R. Koseinshek, B. Brown, E. Ernter, Assistant Manager. SECOND 
ROW— T. Walklett, Assistant Manager; R. Philips, L. Knezevch, D. Vicic, L. Laddis, B. Barrett, J. Turkall, D. Ander- 
son. R. Brennan. FIRST ROW— M. Cooper, B. Lang, C. Moore. D. Whiteside, K. Watson, M. Paz, W. Nido, D. 
Leber. T. Thompson. 



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Wrestling 




BOTTOM ROW— D. Malone, D. Joranko, C. Bolden, J. Kalin, J. Turkall, M. Paz, D. Contenza. 
SECOND ROW— Mr. Mayer, P. Gutman, B. Ehas, C. Rieir, R. Phillips, D. Adams, R. Joranko, Mr. 
Eckert. THIRD ROW— J. Fergeson, R. Nelson, P. McDernott, W. Warholic, R. Brennan, J. 
Hauser, M. Paporas, J. Matyazic, G. Weir. FOURTH ROW— B. Brown, J. Petrofes, G. Empter. 
B. Long, L. Likovic, D. Mathias, B. Mosvery. 



Ranking high in the state wrestling tournament 
for the third year in a row, Coach Clarence Eckert's 
grapplers took second as live boys placed in the 
state. 

Winning state titles at 127 and 165 lbs. re- 
spectively were co-captains Manuel Paz and Ron 
Phillips. Jim Kalin, out for a good part of the 
season with a spine injury, took second place at 
138 lbs. Dick Brennan notched a third in the 
heavyweight class, and previously unheralded Don 
Joranko took fourth in the 112 lb. division. 

In regular season matches, the Panther varsity 
won 6 and dropped 2. The "B" team notched one 
victory against one loss, defeating Maple Heights 
and losing to University School. 



Cuyahoga Falls was the "Blue ad Gold's" first 
victim, falling 34-8. In the second match of the 
year, the Panthers downed a tough John Marshall 
squad, 20-18. Next came tv o easy wins over West 
and Lakewood. 

With three regulars out with injuries, Euclid lost 
22-18 to powerful West Tech. Bouncing back in 
Euclid fashion, the Panthers knocked off John 
Adams and John Hay. 

In an attempt to snare a Greater Cleveland Con- 
ference tie, Euclid suffered a heartbreaking loss to 
Shaker, 17-15. 

Although the nucleus of this year's squad is 
graduating, other capable grapplers have received 
added experience and instruction and will be ready 
to keep Euclid a power in scholastic wrestling. 



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Co-captains of the 1953 
"Blue and Gold" mat team 
were 128 lb. Manuel "Toots" 
Paz and 165 lb. Ron Phillips. 
Completing the regular season 
undefeated, both Manuel and 
Ron went on to win the state 
championship in their respec- 
tive divisions. "Toots" was the 
state champ at 120 lbs. last 
year, and Ron took a second 
in the 165 lb. class 



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SENIOR WRESTLERS 

-Top Laft— CHUCK BOUJIN, RICHARD BRENNAN 
Mi<<dl* k«ft -DONALD C0NTEN2A 
8.1t.m Uh- JOSEPH TURKALL . CWJCK. R.EIER 



TopR.i^t ••- RO&ERT EHAS 
MiAjleRiyrf - JIM KALIN 
Bottom RWjKt PAT McDERMOTT 



RONALD JORANKO 





Coach Clarence Eck- 
ert called a meeting of 
all graduating senior 
wrestlers. Jim Kalin, 
full of aches and pains, 
and canvasback Ron Jo- 
ranko sat in one corner 
talking to Honest 
Chuck Reier, the Rail- 
splitter." Jim McDer- 
m o 1 1 , muttering, "I 
should have beat him," 
was consoled by Chuck 
Bolden, who deals with 
bonesetters. Don Con- 
tenza, who needs a col- 
lege scholarship badly, 
had to tell "Four-eyes" 
Ron Phillips the time 
of day. Joe Turkall com- 
plained again that his 
opponents are all big- 
ger than he is. Toots" 
Paz remarked that he is 
still looking for a fe- 
male friend, bir Dick 
Brennan and Bob Ehas 
said nothing, for their 
girls keep them quiet. 

By our Gossip 
Columnist, 
Clarence Eckert. 



Paee 10" 



Wrestling Tournament Team 



BOTTOM ROW— D. Joranko, D. Malone, P. Gutman. SECOND ROW— R. Joranko, 
R. Phillips, J. Kalin, f . Daz. THIRD ROW— Mr. Meyer, R. Brennan, C. Reier, D. 
Adams, Mr. Eckert. 




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UPPER LEFT— D. Joranko, P. Gutman. UPPER RIGHT— D. Fergeson, D. 
Malone. LOWER LEFT— M, Paporas, B. Lonj;. LOWER RIGHT— B. Warholk, 
|. Nelson. 



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H— V— i"WU C 




BOTTOM ROW — R. Dulskis, M 
Cooper, K. Anzells, F. Nimmo, V 
Capello, P. Borovic, L. Winder 
MIDDLE ROW— D. Douglas, H 
Meier, D. Skranc, K. Sims, R. Ko 
steinshek, G. Sim, R. Williams, J 
Elliot. TOP ROW — Mr. Calvert 
coach, Mr. Supance, coach, D. Glaser. 
Manager, L. Zigman. 



Posting the best season record of any Euclid cage 
squad, the Panther hoopsters rolled to 17 victories 
in 19 games for a winning percentage of .895. 

The Blue and Gold" opened the season by 
dumping East High, 60-46. Elyria then pulled an 
upset by downing Euclid on the Pioneer court, 
50-47. 

Like True champions, the Panthers rebounded 
to capture fourteen straight tilts. Included in this 



streak were double wins over Shaker, Cleveland 
Heights, Lorain, and Shaw. Other victories came 
over Painseville Harvey, 60-38, Lakewood, 57-49, 
Canton Lehman, 65-47, Brush, 53-43, Elyria, 69-39, 
and Ashtabula, 65-53. 

The first Heights encounter was won 59-53 in a 
thrilling overtime battle. Euclid clinched its first 
Lake Erie League championship in the second 
Shaw contest, winning by a 60-42 count. 




V IB ^KEN ANZEkkS 




MYRON COO PEA. 



ROBERT 0OLSK.IS 




JAC< EIXiot 




iOCLY KOSTEWSHEK 




FRANK NIMMO 

Winning a place on the Lake Erie League all-star 
team, the News and Press all-scholastic team, the 
Euclid Tournament all-star team, and winning the 
Ford L. Case "Most Valuable Player" trophy, are only 
a few of the honors so justly accorded to the Pan- 
ther's Basketball Captain, Frank Nimmo. 



.DAVE DOUGUftS 



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Page 1 1 1 




"They also serve, who only stand and wait.' 




BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 
REVIEW 

Although dropping the championship 
game of the district tournament, the 
Panthers extended their record to 20 
wins as against three setbacks. 

Led by Captain Frank Nimmo, the 
"Blue and Gold" cagers swept by Con- 
neaut 63-49, Geneva 64-60, and East 
High 69-54, to reach the final. 

The championship game matched the 
Panthers against a powerful East Tech 
quintet, unbeaten in seventeen encounters. 
After giving the Scarabs a battle all the 
way, the Panthers were downed 58-52. 

Frank Nimmo was elected to the all- 
tourney first team and received the most 
valuable player award. Phil Borovic was 
nominated to the all-tourney second team. 



A deserving man!' 



Page 1 1 2 





BOTTOM ROW— B. Barrett, J. Soil, D. Streck, M. Krecic, W. Trout, Mr. Gram. SECOND ROW 
—J. Burval, D. Allen, T. Browning, G. Teschke, F. Kidd, D. Bronkall, A. Drotleff. THIRD RCW 
— B. Alman. M. Walklet, R. Chapman, E. Seaman, D. Falk, H. Luetkemeyer, D. Whitaker, T. 
Stokes. FOURTH ROW— F. Seddon, R. Hale, C. Dreyer. D. Collins, A. Tryon, D. Mills, H. Koth, 
B. Williams, C. Yoke. 



Euclid's 1952-53 swimming team was captained by Max 
Krecic who swam the freestyle events. The high-point man 
was Graham Teschke, whose specialty was the individual 
medley. The team will lose the five swimmers pictured in 
the front row and Richard Freeh not pictured. But there is 
a fine nucleus left to make up next year's team, which is 
hoped will be a contender in the Lake Erie League. 



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BOTTOM ROW— Managers B. Case and .1. Hovancsek. SECOND ROW— Coach Case, D. Glaser, JL Yeary, B. S. Capello, K. Brockman 
R. Bronkall. D. Trench. H. Crane. THIRD ROW — T. Thomas. D. Newman, D. Vicic, S. Intihar, F. Brancely, F. Nimm'o D Brannen' 
Coach Myers. FOURTH ROW — B. Lauter, B. Waid, R. Knerr. T Stokes, C. Moore. J. Jackson, S. Fleming, Coach Gram 




TRACK AND CROSS COUNTRY 

Showing much improvement 
over last year, the Panther cinder- 
men provided their fans with 
many thrilling moments. Coach 
Ford Case was greatly pleased 
with the team's showing and is 
looking forward to greater 
achievements next year. 

In dual meets with Mentor and 
Cleveland Heights, the Blue and 
Gold" lost by close scores. Against 
Willoughby the team took eleven 
first and won easily. A night 
rriangu'ar meet v. i li Srnkei 
Shaw saw Euclid press the Shak- 
erites all the way. finishing a 
close second. The Panthers didn't 
do as well in the Lake Erie 
League Meet, placing sixth. 



Finishing second in the Lake 
Erie League Cross Country Meet. 
Euclid's distance runners showed 
plenty of drive and endurance. 
Harold Crane, Ted Thomas, Bill 
Fischer, Don MacKay, and Bob 
Hale were the first five Panthers 
to cross the finish line. 



BOTTOM ROW— B. Hale, H. 
Crane, D. Phillips, J. Majorus. 
SECOND ROW— B. Fischer, J. 
Bentley, D. MacKay, T. Thomas, 
L. Yeary. 



BOTTOM ROW— J. Turkal, G. Sirn. SECOND ROW— C. Ri 
Weir. THIRD ROW— H. Meir, G. Risely, T. McFadden. J. Ell, 



J. Yarcusko, H. Shirk, C. Fcnsch, B. Brown, G. 
T. Kunkel. C. Gertz, Coach John Supance. 




BOTTOM ROW— Coach lohn Photo, B. Vigh, L. Laddis, D. Ferril, D. loranko, B. Gates, T. Kimes. SECOND ROW 
—Coach Al Galicki, Bob Bartlett, B. Schneider. F. Adamowitz, D. Allar, K. Anzells, A. Walton. THIRD ROW— 
Manager A. Baker, J. Novak, P. Borovic, E. Henkel, Bill Bartlett, Manager D. Richmond. 

ords, including shutouts and a no-hit victory bv 
Henkel. 

Euclid 4 University School 5 

Euclid 8 Painesville Harvey 

Euclid _. ._ 4 Shaker Heights 1 

Euclid 2 Cleveland Heights 6 

Euclid ._. ._ 8 Shaw __ 

Euclid 6 University School 

Euclid 7 University School 

Having lost only Lou Laddis by graduation, next 
year's Panthers will pose a problem to any team 
in the state. 



Euclid's 1952 baseball squad chalked up a re- 
spectable 13-6 record, and brought another Lake 
Erie League crown to the "Blue and Gold." 

Euclid 24 Lutheran 

Euclid 8 Collinwood 2 

Euclid 2 Lakewood 

Euclid 4 Lorain 3 

Euclid 9 Elyria 3 

Euclid _. _. 10 Cleveland Heights _. _ 1 

Euclid 3 Shaker Heights - - ._ 4 

The three leading Euclid pitchers, Phil Borovic, 
Ernie Henkel, and Bill Bartlett, all held fine rec- 



Lett to right — L. Ream, G, Burncs, J. Penkala, Mr. Blackburn. 




FIRST ROW— T. Carroll, D. Alston. R Makman, W. Lux, F. Miller, J. Valentir 
lett, D. Niccum, J. Herrel, H. Myers, D. Skrancs, J. Skinner, Coach Troglia. 



SECOND ROW— D. Johnson, M. Walk- 



GOLF 

The first Euclid team to win two Lake Erie League Champion- 
ships is the title proudly worn by Coach Harold Blackburn's 
golfers. On May 9 at Seneca Country Club, Co-captains Robert 
Kapelle and George Byrne combined with Dan Sustar and Jerry 
Penkala to win the tournament by twenty-one strokes. Kapelle 
and Byrne shot 83s, while Sustar and Penkala had 88's. 

A week later at Highland the same boys placed fifth among 
eighteen teams. Altogether the team won nine matches, lost 
eight, and tied one. Providing the competition were Cleveland 
Latin, Parma, Willoughby, Collinwood, Brush, Bene- 
dictine, and Orange, 



Other boys who participated in various matches were Joe 
Bernstein, Robert DeShields, Dennis DiCenzo, William Gar- 
guilo, Ronald Laseak, Leonard Rattini, Ray Stills, and Louis 
Tortorici. 

TENNIS 

Last fall the Panther tennis team won one match and lost 
five in L.E.L. competition. Displaying much spirit and interest 
in the game, the "Blue and Gold" netters gave all their oppon- 
ents a good battle. Having seen steady improvement throughout 
the fall season, Coach Frank Troglia can put his team on the 
court knowing that they will be a threat to any foe. 



Girls' Leaders 




I 



BOTTOM ROW— J. Dulskis, E. Rose, D. Bouse, C. Dynes, J. Bernier, L. Demeter, J. Barney, P. Shrewsbury, S. 
Beldin. SECOND ROW— A. Miller, F. Elrick, J. Hanson, M. Colwill, J. Clayton, M. Muehl, P. Raney, V. Eisler, 
J. Long. THIRD ROW — D. Walensa, J. Bernhart, J. Eldred, B. Jevnikar, A. Foerste, M. Breskvar, B. Jokela, J. Farry. 
FOURTH ROW— P. Delaney, J. O'Connor, E. Lokar, B. Gibbons, J. Kotnik. FIFTH ROW— J. Kovach, D. Miskoe, 
M. Esposito. SIXTH ROW— D. Tewell, J. Lacey. SEVENTH ROW— W. Allison. 



A whistle blowing — the familiar words "line 
up" — and "What happened to squad three?" — are 
all part of the everyday work of the Girls' Leaders 
Club. 

One of the high honors that may come to a girl 
is to be selected for membership in the G. L. C. 
Members are selected on the basis of leadership, 
scholarship, and dependability. 



The job of the leaders is to aid the physical 
education teachers by refereeing games, caring for 
equipment, and demonstrating proper techniques. 

Through help from Miss Gill, and through con- 
tinuous practice, the girls become skilled and 
capable leaders. 



?age 117 



Girls Athletic Association 




BOTTOM ROW— S. Spangler, J. Barney, M. Breskvar, L. 
Demeter, A. Miller. SECOND ROW— C. Dynes, J. Bernier, 
M. Muehl, O. Duval, P. Raney, J. O'Connor. THIRD ROW 
— N. Tood, A. Foerste, M. Sabec, D. Bouse. 



Hockey, badminton, tumbling, volleyball, tennis, 
basketball — name any sport you want, and there you'll 
find the G. A. A. members. 

The ultimate goal of a member of the Girls' Ath- 



letic Association is to possess the coveted letter "E" 
in girls' sports. Points are earned through participa- 
tion in the intramural program and through other 
specified athletic activities. 



SENIOR G.A.A. 

BOTTOM ROW J. An 
.Urn. A. Miller, M. Zah 
ler, C. Janke, J. Barney 
I.. Demeter, S. Spangler 
S. Wettrich. [. Dnlskis 
P. Considine, 0. Duval 
SECOND KdW — S 
Williams, (i. Scrobot, M 
Colwill, P. McKibben, D 
Bouse, I. Ewell, M. Has 
sink. j. Kotnik, R. Atran 
\". Eisler. T. Long, Miss 
Greves THIRD Row 
Miss Gill, K. Peck, M 
Hallack, J. Myers, K. 
Kreinheder, K. Engraham, 
.1. Huddlestone, G Kibbj 
R. Yanchar, M. Muehl, 
J. Bern.,.. FOTJ B T II 
ROW B. GuifTre. S. 

Sladek, A. Kelso, I' 
Rady, I'. Sullivan, I'. 
Shrewsbury, J. Powell, J. 
Baw r, f Raney, I Bales, 
C. Dynes, FIFTH ROW 
B. Ink,].-,, i s hem ,. 
M. Hoffart, M. Sabc, . B 



11. Clii 

S In, 



JUNIOR G.A.A. 

BOTTOM Row M 

Gill, B I .>,.„ ,,t, > . 
R, . \ Foerste, 
Pemberton, \ Chrisl 
F. Uranl u D tfaria, 



Moralt, 1). Walensa, S. 
Hamilton. M. Breskvar. S. 
Swietzer, A. Horvath. 
SECOND ROW— B. Kli- 
ma, J. Kovach, .1. O'Con- 
nor, D. Miskoe, N. Todd, 
E. Lokar, C. Mosall, B. 
Gibbons, J. Smith, D. 
Tewell, M. Lloyd, N. Vid- 
mar, S. Greaves, J. Dick- 
ers,,,.. THIRD ROW 
I.. D'Onofrio, C. Parr, J. 
Haight, G. Jones, B. 
Early, M. Ely, B. Dorn. 
M. Esposito, M. Jelco, G. 
Dumbrosky, W. Allison, 
I. Bradley, J. Lacey, N. 
Pennoyer. FOURTH 
ROW" J. Eldred, J. 

Daus, G. Webb, A. Blanc. 
M. Rauth, H. Stopar, C. 
Skodler, C. VanScoder, 
M. Schmaltz, B. Wilson, 
T. Marchione, B. Lloyd. 
FIFTH ROW — P. Mc- 
Kean, D. Galloway, M. 
Phillips. D. Gcrmano, A. 
Dranse, H. Hollstein, N. 
Hansen. I. Freeh, M. 
Leutbeckcr, I Bernhart, 
M Watkins, C. Williams. 



SOPHOMORE G.A.A. 

BOTTOM ROW — V. 
Lombardo, M. Gosncll, D. 

Cook, I. Grilf.s, I Prin 
K lc, L. Fox, S. Kichler, 
U K,, si, lie, D. Osberg, 
N. Smith. B. Hupp, II. 



Eddv, I). B.-ilice, M^. Mc- 
Intv'.c SECOND ROW- - 
P. Bidgood, W. Ryder, 1. 
Neylon, P. Telling, M. 



Xi 



ck, P. Tu 



Dirk, D. Crawl, J. Swartz, 
S. Smith, R. Case, G. 
Sekston, T. Vidmar, P. 
Stuzen, B. Salmone, K. 
Kreinheder. THIRD 

R W C. Carlton, L. 

Weist, S. Steffenhagen, 
Glass, J. Johnston, E. 
Nordstrom, B. Rancont, 
M. Pike. M. Keskin, H. 
Herman, G. Klauminzer, 
I. Griffis, M. Skufka. 
FIFTH ROW P. Rittcr, 
N. Hunt, S. Harper, D. 
Stupka, N. LaPorte, M. 
Stark, L. Roach, B. Lock- 

w I, A. Krebs, P. Du- 

gan, H. Weiler, J. Dul- 
skis, SIXTH ROW — B. 
Holmes. I. Johnston, S. 
McCord, M. Myer, P. 
Starp, L. Nelson, C. 
Craig, M. Wall, .1. La 
m,„. I. I). Applebee, M 
Kline, D. Galobie, P. 
Combs, SEVENTH ROW 
S. Thomas, B. Skebe, 
S, Gleason, .1. Coccia, M. 
Dunn, C. Johnston. 



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G.A.A. Letter Winners 



Girls Letter Winners — C. Dynes, C. Cutler, D. Bouse. 



G. A. A. LETTER 
WINNERS 

In our "Hall of Fame" are 
the girls who, through their 
fine degree of athletic skill 
and their devotion to fair 
play, have earned the coveted 
letter "E." 



THE GIRLS' HOCKEY 
TEAM 

From all the senior, junior, 
and sophomore girls who try 
out for hockey, about fifteen 
are chosen to represent Euclid 
at various schools. 

Tli is year Euclid was in- 
vited to Laurel School for 
Girls for an annual high 
school playday where they 
participated in four games, 
under the able leadership of 
Captain Dawn Bouse. 




Girls Hockey Team 



BOTTOM ROW— A. Christie, A. Foerste, D. Bouse, |. Bernhardt, M. Colwill. SECOND ROW— 
M. Breskvar, N. Nelson, P. Sullivan, C. Cutler, P. McKibben. THIRD ROW— P. Rady, L. Demeter 
D. Gill, S. Spangler, M. Pemberton. 



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MUSIC 




Music is the universal language of mankind. 



-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 



Music is well said to be the speech of angels. 



-Thomas Carlyle 



Band 




BOTTOM ROW— A. Dranse, L. Francisco, S. Knerr, J. Barney. SECOND ROW— D. Allar, T. 
Baker. D. Mansperger, P. Richards. THIRD ROW— L. Yeary, D. Morse, M. Brose, T Kunkel. 



BAND BOARD OF 
DIRECTORS 

The band board of di- 
rectors, usually composed of 
ten members elected by the 
band, from the band, or- 
chestra, and majorettes, plays 
a very important role in 
arranging rhe social affairs as 
well as the disciplinary mat- 
ters of the instrumental 
groups. 

BAND DIRECTORS 

Both the Concert Band and 
the Marching Band are under 
the very able direction of Mr. 
Dale Harper. Mr. Harper also 
used the advice of his asso- 
ciates, Mr. Albert Mitchell, 
Mr. Robert Clark, and Mr. 
James Teeter, throughout the 
entire school year. Each asso- 
ciate has a specific section of 
the band to instruct. 




BOTTOM ROW— A. Dranse, S. Kneer, J. Jerabek, S. Hamilton, J. Johnson, M. DeLu.s;a. SECOND ROW— D. Allar, 

i : latino, T. Sabath, A. Picciotti, P. McKibben, J. Johnson, D. Mansber,i;er, G. Risley, M. Brose, J. Coccia, M. 

Headington. THIRD ROW— H. Lubin, R. Sholley, D. Rositano, H. Snyder, C. Gray, D. Mace, W. Inman, E. Libby, 

A. Carlson, T. Baker. G. Taber. M. Glass, A. Reed, C. Walters. FOURTH ROW— B. Milano, A. Wilsdorf, M. 



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Concert Band 




The Concert Band at Euclid Senior High has always 
had a fine record. The fine performance that it gives 
throughout the year, and its record of first division in 
all contests, including those in previous years, have 
brought the band a fine reputation throughout the state 
and county as well as bringing a great deal of prestige 
to the school. Under the direction of Mr. Dale Harper, 
the band is a close-knit organization, always striving for 
perfection. 




Coleman, J. Post, C. Andeen, D. Lanu'.e, J. Crisler, N. Bartone. C. Arrison, E. Perencevich, D. Morris, T. Kunkel, 
L. Yeary, B. Brew, H. Meyer, C. Zingales, G. Whalen, A. Dawer, M. Shuber, M. Srnaltz. FIFTH ROW— R. Boyer, 
D. Roller, A. Schmaling, Mr. Harper, S. Harper, B. Walsh, W. Chamberlain, D. Long, D. Kornblum, J. Kalin, J. 
Dawson, E. Hanna, G. Emrich, F. Brown, Mr. Clark, R. Trancisco, Mr. Mitchell, A. Fee, D. Dennis, A. Shepart. 



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Choir 




CHOIR COUNCIL 

The choir council, composed of 2 1 officers elected 
by the A Capella Choir members, makes rules and 
plans social events for the Choir. 



BOTTOM ROW— M. Esposito, F. Jirovec, D. Whiteside, 
J. Dinwoodie, L. Laddis, R. Phillips. SECOND ROW — 
E. Beltz, I. Kellam, S. Caruso, K. Kelley, S. Carroll, B. 
Corron, D. Mason, P. Bambick, P. Palm. THIRD ROW — 
S. Repasv, R. Pae, J. Bentley. D. Lindsey. 



BOTTOM ROW— S. Butke, 1. Myers, V. Connell, J. Kel- 
lam, D. Walensa, E. Beltz, P. Palm, M. Kuchera, C. Marole, 
S. Soangler, D. Bouse. M. Muehl, C. Wagner, P. Triedley, 
A. Brown, L. Margo, D. Thompson, M. Zahler, R. Atran. 




A CAPELLA CHOIR 

Without a song, a nation, a school, or an individual 
is missing an opportunity to make the days happier. 
friends friendlier, the sun shinier. 

An organization of which the student body of 
Euclid High School may be justly proud is the one 
hundred voice A Capella Choir under the direction of 
Miss Jan Tompkins. 

This year our choir gave its annual Christmas Pro- 
gram, sang at Tapco and the Terminal Tower, and 



SECOND ROW— K. Kreinheder. D. Hartzell, M. Powell 
D. Barrett, K. Paola, G. Kibby. E. Heinrich. S. Tweed, K 
Ingraham, M. Libby, S. Carroll, J. Dinwoodie, J. Kovach 

C. Bayer, M. Goers, P. Shrewsbury, M. Esposito, K. Mor 
gan, J. Dyke, S. Kollar. THIRD ROW— Miss Tompkins 
P. McKean, S. Telesman, K. Kelley. M. Skiff, P. Carlson 
J. Brew, R. Friedel, S. Magnusson, S. Wettrich, C. Mosall 
G. Jones, C. Staples, E. Suther'and, R. Friedley. D. Mason. 
B. Corron, C. Liukart, G. DeNeower, P. Arnold. FOURTH 
ROW — D. Richmond, C. Peterson, M. Paz, L. Krauter, J 
Allen, J. Sped, E. Bessler, L. Downing, B. Carlozzi, J 
Kalin, J. Pederson, A. Baker, I. Walsh, H. lerabek. D 
Miller, R. Lapinshas, D. Todd, H. Shirk. FIFTH ROW— 
S. Repasy, H. Crane, B. Henchie, R. Knapp, S. Gardner 
F. Jirovec, R. Laccheo, D. Carroll, J. Bentley, D. Glaser, B 
Thornicroft, M. Costello, B. Dyke, R. Leber, D. Lindsey 

D. Whiteside, L. Laddis, R. Phillips. 



B! )TTOM ROW— S. Caruso, J. Myers, A. Lynch, S. Spang- 
ler. SECOND ROW— M. Skirl, S. Butcke, J. Burns, J. 
Douttiel. 

was host to the Lake Erie League Choirs in their 
annual festival, at which Mr. Evans of Lakewood and 
our own Miss Tompkins directed a mass chorus of 
seven hundred voices. 

GIRLS ENSEMBLE 

The Girls' Ensemble consists of nine girls of out- 
standing ability chosen from the choir. The ensemble 
enters the Greater Cleveland contest every year and 
appears in many concerts. 



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GIRLS' QUARTET 

Our Beauty Shop Quartet is composed of three 
seniors and one sophomore. They have sung at vari- 
ous community events, assemblies, and in the big 
show. 



Sally Car 
Birkic. 



ill, Ruby Ann Friedel, Judith Dinwoodie, Diane 



MADRIGALS 

The Madrigals consists of twelve students selected 
from the various choirs in the school. This group is 
the nucleus of all of the choirs. 




MADRIGALS 
BOTTOM ROW— R. Wermer, L. Collingwood, P. Brown, 
R. Miller, S. Spiegel, K. Kelley, M. Kuchera, C. Bayer, J. 
Burns, M. Esposito, M. Goers, R. Leber, L. Tortorici, D. 
Todd, R. Lapinskis. TOP ROW— F. Jirovec, J. Sperl, C. 
Tarantino, E. Bessler, J. Beifuss, W. Holub, P. Palm, E. 
Beltz, A. Brown, P. Friedley, J. Bradley, P. Bambick, D. 
Miller, M. Costello, R. Dyke. 



BOYS' QUARTET 

Our Barber Shop Quartet is composed of four 
senior boys who have been singing together for three 
years. The student body enjoyed their fine singing in 
several assemblies throughout the year. 

Richard Todd, Don Miller, Stewart Gardner, Frank Jirovec. 



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Orchestra 




BOTTOM ROW— Stefni Harper, Patti Goodwin, Kay Kreinheder, Dick Allar, Al Martin, Don 
Rositano, Chuck Walters, Chuck Tarantino, Audrey Dranse, Sandy Knerr. SECOND ROW — Glenn 
Yeary, Cryl Niener, Marvin Deluga, Eli Perensevich, Bill Brew, Bill Rost, Dave Morse, Duane 
Mansperger, Al Carlson, Tom Baker, Jim Dawson. THIRD ROW — Earl Hanna, Betty Lou Kimel, 
Larry Oberdank, Retta Francisco, Mr. Harper, Al Sheppard, Norm Spolar. 



THE ORCHESTRA 

The Orchestra of Euclid Senior High School holds 
true to that familiar saying: "Music Hath Charm." 

Although this group is small it brings a great deal 
of enjoyment to the student body as well as to the 
Euclid community. 

THE MARCHING BAND 

Fanfare, please! We want to salute the Euclid High 
School Marching Band under the direction of Mr. 
Dale Harper. The Marching Band, led by the ten 



strutting majorettes, performed their intricate drills 
at our football games as well as in the Columbus Day 
parade, the Press Christmas parade, and the Memorial 
Day parade. 

CHRISTMAS CONCERT 

Each year the Music Department of Euclid High 
stages an annual Christmas Concert, and this past 
year's was certainly one of the finest ever given. The 
opening of the program by the Euclid High Orchestra 
playing a Christmas Overture was followed by the 
Christmas Pageant, presented by the junior and senior 
choirs. As always, the beautiful candlelight-procession 
was an impressive part of the program. 




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PUBLICATIONS . . . 




Talent alone cannot make a writer. There must be a man behind the book. 

— Ralph Waldo Emerson 



None but an author knows an author's cares. 

— William Cowper 



Euclidian Editorial 




LEFT TO RIGHT— D. Bouse, C. Bates. 
S. Spangler. 

LEFT TO RIGHT— C. Cutler, M. Jer- 
kic. E. Lokar. R. Joranko, R. Atran, 
J. Powell. 



BOTTOM ROW— B. Fortner, V. Pierce, J. Dinwoodie, J. Powell, R. Atran, S. Friedman, 
C. Bates. SECOND ROW— M. Breskvar, D. Walensa, E. Lokar, J. Myers, J. Ewell, S. 
Spangler. THIRD ROW— R. Joranko, R. Phillips, D. Whiteside, M. Collwill, M. Jerkic, 
K. Ingraham, D. Bouse. 



EDITOR AND ASSOCIATE EDITORS 

No one need relate to you a long list of efforts and 
achievements on the part of the editors, for is not this 
yearbook adequate proof of the outstanding work of 
these three individuals? 

Connie Bates, Editor-in-Chief, had the sole respon- 
sibility of the success or failure of this year's 
EUCLIDIAN. 

Dawn Bouse, Associate Editor, was responsible for all 
the written matter throughout the yearbook. 

Sue Spangler. Associate Editor, had in her charge the 
selection and placement of pictures. 

ART EDITORS AND CLASS EDITORS 
Art Editor Ron Joranko, and his assistant, Jeanne 
Powell, have one of the most important jobs on the 
Euclidian staff — that of designing the cover for our year- 
book and assisting in deciding the page layouts for the 
Euclidian. 

Three other important persons are the Sophomore, 
Junior, and Senior Class Editors. They are responsible 
for your picture being in the yearbook. This year the 
Sophomore Class Editor was Myra Jerkis; Junior Class, 
Elaine Lokar; and Senior Class, Rita Atran and Carol 
Cutler. 



EUCLIDIAN EDITORIAL STAFF 

The Euclidian Editorial Staff, 
under the supervision of the 
Euclidian sponsors, Mr. Angene and 
Mr. Wiley, and student editor, 
Connie Bates, is subdivided into 
several sections with each section 
playing an extremely important 
role in the production of an out 
standing yearbook. The students of 
this staff work unceasingly, search- 
ing for and organizing new ideas 
concerning smart cover designs, in- 
teresting picture arrangements, and 
the best selection of pictures. 

The student body owes a debt of 
gratitude to these people, both 
student and teachers, who gave so 
freely of their time and effort to 
provide Euclid Senior High School 
students with a yearbook they could 
proudly treasure in the years to 
come. 



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Euclidian Business Staff 




BOTTOM ROW— P. Miller, V. Pierce, J. Dyke, C. Wagner, S. Kollar, M. Mihelkh, R. Valencic, F. Elrick, M. Libby, 
S. Carroll, Mr. Bennett, J. Lacey, F. Miller, W. Nido. SECOND ROW— B. Parsons, M. Colwill, P. Patrick, A. Brown, 
P. Gorjup, M. Esposito, M. Shubert, J. Hanna, G. DeNoewer, P. Yarcusko, J. Haight, S. Staples, R. Laccheo. THIRD 
ROW— P. Gosnell, G. Wheeler, P. Dugan, W. Inman, P. Sullivan, P. Rady, J. Yarbrough, R. Lorenz. C. Skodlar, 
M. Roth, A. Blanc, R. Klawon, J. Kaurich. FOURTH ROW— M. Luck, E. Lokar, J. Kovach, N. Tood, M. Sabec, 
R. Wilk, I. Boyce, M. Babnick, J. O'Connor, M. Hallack, ]. Hanson, B. Presley, D. Carroll. FIFTH ROW— S. 
Balice, R. Zaletel, J. Eiber, C. Dynes, P. Delaney, M. Watts, D. Twell, M. Clark, J. Jacobski, E. Beltz, P. Palm. K. 
Kreinheder P. Turner. 



The Euclidian Business Staff has the 
task of raising S4,500 each year. They 
do this through advertising, publica- 
tion movies, dances, and student sub- 
scriptions. 

Our Yearbook could not be a suc- 
cess without the combined efforts and 
achievements of all the members of 
the business staff. 

EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS 
MANAGERS 

There are three major officers on 
the Euclidian Business Staff. 

The duty of Florence Elrick, busi- 
ness manager of the Euclidian, was to 
choose the business staff and to assist 
them in every possible way. 



The circulation manager, Joanne 
Lacey, was in charge of student sub- 
scriptions. 

Carol Cutler, the advertising man- 
ager, scheduled students to sell adver- 
tising. 

These three individuals worked to- 
gether to produce the best yearbook 
possible. 

EUCLIDIAN ADVISORS 

Mr. Angene, Mr. Wiley, and Mr. 
Bennett combined their efforts to the 
making of a bigger and better year- 
book for 1953. Each did a great deal 
to aid the editors and business man- 
agers with their various problems. 




Left to right — J. Eiber, C. Cutler, F. Elrich, J. Lacey. 
Left to right — Mr. Bennett, Mr. Angene. 



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Survey Editorial Staff 




SURVEY EDITORS 
LEFT TO RIGHT— A. Baker, A. Ve 
deland, J. Myers, E. Lebok. 

SURVEY ADVISORS 
LEFT TO RIGHT— Mr. Mize, Mr. 



BOTTOM ROW— A. Vendeland, J. Myers, A. Baker, R. Atran, Mr. Gordon. 
SECOND ROW— T. Walklet, B. Former, D. Bouse, K. Kreinheder, M. 
Hallack, K. Ingraham, S. Spangler. THIRD ROW— B. Boldin, P. Miller, M. 
Fischer, J. Lacey, J. O Connor, J. Hanson, J. Huddlestone, M. Libby. FOURTH 
ROW — M. Christopher, S. Kichler, T. Baker, R. Anderson, M. Dirk, G. Snyder, 
P. Krome. 



SURVEY PAGE EDITORS 

Meeting the deadline, selecting capable writers, 
writing a column, and selecting stories are just a 
few of the problems confronting the experienced 
and talented page editors of the Survey. 

SURVEY ADVISORS 

With their familiarity with the problems in- 
volved in such a task, Mr. Gordon and Mr. Mize 
directed the Survey in its most successful year to 
date. 



SURVEY EDITORIAL STAFF 
Being on the lookout for news is the prime 
qualifications of a member of the editorial staff of 
the Survey. 

They are also expected to be capable and de- 
pendable. Their adeptness at writing is the prin- 
cipal reason for national acclaim. 



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Survey Business Staff 




BOTTOM ROW — I. Dulskis. J. Kotnik. K. Kreinheder, B. Fortner, M. McClure, T. Dinwoodie, D. Bouse. Mr. Mize. 
SECOND ROW— Kay Kreinheder, F. Nulick, V. Pierce, I. Myers, K. Ingraham, A. Blanc, M. Routh, C. Skodlar. 
R. Atran, J. Loris, T. Walklet. THIRD ROW— J. Clark, B. Gates, J. Lacey, P. Gorjup, A. Brown, N. LaPorte. 
S. Wettrick, J. Farry, P. McKibben, J. Cramer. 



Soliciting advertising, sending out 
bills, selling subscriptions, selling bas- 
ketball and football programs, and 
working on publications movies, are 
all major duties of the Survey business 
staff. They are the real people behind 
the success of the Survey, because a 
paper cannot run without the proper 
funds. They have put the Survey into 
the credit column for the second 
straight year. 

SURVEY BUSINESS OFFICERS 

Nothing new to the five officers of 
the Survey Business Staff is the com- 
plex and time-demanding task of rais- 
ing enough funds to finance a high 
school newspaper. 




ACTION SHOT IN 

SURVEY ROOM 

Left to right — R. Sun, S. Spangler, 

D. Bouse, C. Bates, P. Krome. 



SURVEY BUSINESS HEADS 

Lefr to right — B. Fortner, J. Din- 
woodie, K. Kreinheder, M. McClure. 
J. Kotnik, J. Dulskis. 



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Quill and Scroll 




BOTTOM ROW— I. Kotnik, F. Elrick, J. Dinwoodie, W. Fortner, M. McClure, C. Bates, J. Lacey. 
SECOND ROW— C. Cutler, R. Atran, E. Lokar, E. Lebok, J. Hansen, D. Bouse, K. Kreinheder. 
THIRD ROW— S. Kollar, C. Warner, M. Jerkic, M. Hallack, J. Myers, S. Spangter, G. Schmitz. 
FOURTH ROW— A. Vendeland, B. Presley, R. Joranko, R. Lacceo, A. Baker, J. Dulskis. 



THE INTERNATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL 

It is the aim of every aspiring high school journalist to become a member of the Inter- 
national Quill and Scroll. It offers to all those who have a valid interest in writing, the 
chance to be recognized. Nothing in one's high school career can be as rewarding to a 
person than to be accepted into an organization so widely known, and so widely accepted. 
No real duties are connected with the organization since it is purely honorary. The pin 
is a quill under which is a scroll. On it is printed the words Quill and Scroll and the 
initials IHSHSJ, the initials meaning Internatonal Honor Society for High School Jour- 
nalists. To belong to this organization, a person must have made a significant contribu- 
tion to one of his high school publications and have a high scholastic average; he must 
also be recommended by his advisor and the national secretary. Quill and Scroll is to a 
high school journalist what a degree is to a college senior — a memorable and significant 
achievement. 



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SOCIAL 




Why should we break up our snug and pleasant party? 

— John B. Buckstone 



The only way to have a friend is to be one. 



— Ralph Waldo Emerson 



Homecoming Queen 




Reigning over Euclid High's first Annual Homecoming was Pat 
Sullivan. Pat was chosen queen by the five winter sports teams. She was 
presented with flowers and a locket as a remembrance of the occasion. 
Her reign, though short, highlighted Euclid's 1952 social season. 



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Homecoming Queen s Attendants 



Connie Bates, the pleasing little editor of the 
Euclidian, was chosen one of the Senior Home- 
coming Attendants. 



Gloria DeNeower, Euclid's popular head major- 
ette, was the only mid-year Senior to be chosen as 
a Homecoming Attendant. 




Carolyn Mosall, one of the most popular Juniors 
at Euclid, was chosen as the person in her class to 
be a Homecoming Attendant. 



Nancy Smith, the cute sophomore, was chosen 
by the winter sports teams to represent her class 
in the Homecoming Parade as a Homecoming 
Attendant. 



Homecoming 




As early as June, 1952, plans were being made tor the first annual "homecoming" 
of Euclid Senior High. Some said it could never be done, but finally on October 10, 
1952, the hopes and dreams of many students became a reality. 

The night got off to a tremendous start at 7:00 when there was a huge parade, 
led bv the band with the majorettes. The cars with the queens followed. After them 
came nine floats representing the different school organizations. There was a great 
deal of hard work done on all the floats and they were truly a magnificent sight. 
When the parade arrived at the school there was a large bonfire, at which the cheer- 
leaders led the crowd in cheers and songs. 



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HI-Y- FRIENDSHIP FLOAT 

Combining their efforts, the Hi-Y and Friendship 
Clubs built a float that was accorded by all to be the 
most beautiful in the Homecoming Parade. 



P.A. CLUB FLOAT 

"She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain When She 
Comes!" The most unique float in the parade was the 
one built by the P.A. Club. It depicted a mountain still 
and added a gay touch to the event. 



Following the presentation of the queens to a capacity crowd, the game with 
Shaw commenced. During the half the floats paraded around the track while a select 
committee decided on the one that would receive the "Best Float Trophy." For their 
float which represented a big bird cage with the Shaw Cardinals imprisoned within 
the bars, the cheerleaders and the majorettes were awarded the trophy. Excellent 
band demonstrations were provided by both schools. 

Although the final score of the game favored Shaw, 13-7, the night was a success 
in the eyes of all Euclidites. A huge dance, sponsored by the Euclidian, furnished 
the grand finale to an eventful evening which we hope will live long in the tradi- 
tions of Euclid Senior High School. 




BOTTOM ROW— B. Stevens. SECOND ROW— C. Parr, J. 
J. Yarbrou.nh, P. Stuzen. Captain — Joan Yarbrough. 



Mutchler. THIRD ROW— J. Bauer, 



VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 

Resplendent in new uniforms, that were purchased by 
the hard working cheerleeders with the aid of a gift from 
the Student Council, this year's cheerleaders seemed sure 
to be rated as one of the top squads in our district. 

RESERVE CHEERLEADERS 

Following their Junior Varsity team and cheering them 
on to victory is the duty of our Reserve Cheerleaders. Holly 
Steinfurth, the captain, headed the finest squad yet to be 
introduced to basketball enthusiasts. 



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Assembly — Jim Archer 
Early in the year, Jim Archer came as a guest and per- 
formed on our stage. His tricks with the bow and arrow 
were amazing to all. With the use of a very nervous stage- 
hand, Pat Strewsbury, Mr. Archer revived the story of Wil- 
liam Tell, using a few of his own feats. 



RECREATION ROOM OPENING 
One of the highlights of the social year was the opening 
of the Student Council Recreation Room. It was one ol 
the accomplishments of a busy year of Student Council work. 
Complete with new furniture, juke box, and coke ma- 
chine, it was available for lunch period enjoyment of the 
entire student body. 




Left to right — B. Gates, N. Smith, A. DiCenzo, T. Vidmar, H. Steinfurth, B. Hupp. 
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t 




> 







JOAN YARBROUGH 

Lovely Miss Joan Yarbrough was chosen by the spring 
sports' teams to be Euclid's first spring sports' queen. Her 
reign was another highlight in 1953s whirl of activities. 

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JOANNE BAUER 

With her winning ways and her constant 
vivacity — charming, likeable Joanne Bauer was 
chosen by the teams to be a Senior Attendent. 



CONNIE CLAMPITT 

Connie Clampitt also was chosen for this honor. 
Being very well-liked, she seemed a natural choice 
to attend the queen of the spring sports. 




JOANNE LACEY 

The golf, tennis, track, and baseball teams all 
agreed that friendly and attractive Joanne Lacey 
should be the Junior class' contribution to the 
royal family of spring sports. 



MARCIA CHRISTOPHER 

Marcia Christopher, with her warmth and 
friendly ways making her a logical choice to be a 
member of Euclid's royal family, was given the 
honor of representing her class at the spring 
sports' dance. 



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We Sincerely Thank 



All of the persons who have given so generously 
of their time and energy in order to make the 
1953 EUCLIDIAN a success, and especially . . . 

MR. LESTER ANGENE and MR. GEORGE 
WILEY . . . Editorial Advisors . . . whose guidance 
and constant good humor have made our job a 
pleasure rather than a chore. 

MR. ROBERT BENNETT . . Business Advisor 
. . . who vent' about the job of raising the needed 
budget with great enthusiasm and no thought of 
his personal interests. 

MR. TED WAUL and MR. ROY SIETZ . . . 
The Cleveland Engraving Company . . . to whom 
this book, itself, is a fine tribute for the splendid 
work done by these gentlemen. 

EDWARD T. SAMUEL . . . Edward T. Samuel, 
Printer . . . ivho, for the past year, has welcomed 
us not only to his office but even to his home in 
the evenings in order to give us the help we so 
desperately needed. 

RAIMOR STUDIOS . . . School Photographers 
. . . who did such a fne job planning the layouts 
for his photographs. It was certainly a pleasure 
working with such co-operative people. 

MR. HECKER . . . Little King Cover Company 
. . . who never lost his patience through all our 
diubts and hesitations. 

The Administration and E acuity of Euclid Senior 
High . . . who, though being constantly disturbed 
by last minute requests, classroom announce- 
ments, and general nuisances, have remained calm 
and co-operative and thereby made our job much 
easier. 

. . . and . . . The Sta/Jt . . . who, through their 
earnestness, diligence, and unending labors have 
made this book what it is. 

And, we sincerely thank each and every one of 
YOU who have supp irted us and your school by 
buying the 195 3 EUCLIDIAN. 



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Compliments of the 

MAYOR AND COUNCIL 

of the 

CITY OF EUCLID 

KENNETH J. SIMS Mayor 

HARRY J. KNUTH President of Council 

RALPH V. HILL 1 st Ward Councilman 

ANTHONY J. LANG 2nd' Ward Councilman 

MICHAEL BOICH 3rd Ward Councilman 

HOWARD B. CRAWFORD 4th Ward Councilman 

COUNCIL-AT-LARGE 
HUGO H. LUX 
JAMES A. BAILEY 
JOHN H. RITTER 
FRANK A. WELLING 



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Compliments of 



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548 East 185th Street 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



Compliments of 

COLLINWOOD 
PUBLISHING 
COMPANY 



Page 150 



Compliments of 

KERR-LAKESIDE 
INDUSTRIES, INC. 

Manufacturers of 
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 
CAP SCREWS AND SET SCREWS 

21850 St. Clair Avenue 
Euclid 17, Ohio 
KEnmore 1-8380 



Follow the Crowd to 



GLENN'S LAKESHORE 



RESTAURANT 



28901 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Willowick, Ohio 



"CONGRATULATIONS. GRADUATES'' 

EUCLID VETERANS CLUB 

1361 East 260th Street 

"Your Civic, Social, Welfare Organization" 
Composed of World War II Veterans 

OFF.CERS-1953 TRUSTEES 

Stanley Minotas 
William J. Tomko President John H impelman 

George Kranicic Vice-President Louis Noda 

Fred Mocnic 
Peter J. Kotorac ..Treasurer Arthur Nevar 

..... _ Edward Balash 

Jack Abrami Secretary 

Jack Reinhardt 
Frank Takacs Sergeant-at-Arms Edward Debenjak 



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THE DILLE ROAD 



LUMBER COMPANY 



420 Dille Road 



KEnmore 1-0592 



'THERE IS A MATERIAL DEFERENCE" 



LAKE SHORE TASTY SHOP 



For Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner or 
After Theater Snack 



DELICIOUS SANDWICHES AT ALL TIMES 

22350 Lakeshore Blvd. 
REdwood 1-1800 



We Feature Duncan Hines Ice Cream 
At Our Soda Bar 



BEST WISHES FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS 



THE EUCLID ROAD 



MACHINERY CO. 



1361 Chardon Road 



Pa*f 152 



_. 



REAL HARDWARE COMPANY 

LINOLEUM - PAINTS - SPORTING GOODS 
GLASS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE 

LOCKSMITH - KEYS MADE 

IVanhoe 1-9634 IVanhoe 1-1316 

727 EAST 185th STREET 



Compliments of 

SIGMA CLUB 

Mary Ann Fazzan 

Judy Barnhart 

Bernadine Corron 

Gerrie Snyder 

Denna Bohn 

Pat Miller 

Pat Dansizen 

Mary Lou Zahler 

Phyllis Bremser 

Janice Biffuss 

Janice Pleitchwait 

Jean Baldassarre 

Delores Disantis 

Gerrie Hocevar 

HONORARY MEMBERS 

Cathy Bernardini 
Nina Ford 



Compliments of 

ARROWHEAD DRUG 

744 East 200th Street 
KEnmore 1-7006 



Compliments of 

COY SHOPPE 

564 East 200th Street 



Broadloom - Carpets - Rugs 

Asphalt Tile - Linoleum 

Plastic Wall Tile - Venetian Blinds 

Window Shades 

THE JUDD CO. 

22048 Lake Shore Boulevard 
REdwood 1-7575 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF "53" 

EUCLID TAVERN 

595 EAST 185th STREET 



Compliments of 


Compliments of 


PLAY-MOR LANES 


EPICURE BARBEQUE 


686 East 140th Street 


Italian Pizza 


Euclid's Sporting Goods Headquarters 


THE V. DEMSHAR 


GRDINA HARDWARE 


HOME APPLIANCE CO. 


22336 Lake Shore Boulevard 


Euclid's Only Magnavox's T.V. Dealer 


REdwood 1-0403 


22034 Lake Shore Boulevard 


You Can Get It At Grdina's 


REdwood 1-4740 Euclid 23, Ohio 




Vince Demshar 


SALES AND RENTALS 


Insured Cold Fur Storage 


Bulldozers, Trenching Machines, 
Air Compressors, Cranes and 
Shovels - Pneumatic Tools 


EUCLID FUR & APPAREL SHOP 

Furs - Suits and Coats - Accessories 


AIR COMPRESSOR RENTAL CO. 


22578 Lake Shore Blvd. 


19615 Nottingham Road 


Euclid 23, Ohio 


KEnmore 1-8000 Cleveland 1 0, Ohio 


REdwood 1-7113 




Cleveland's Finest Flower Shop 

EVANS FLOWERS, INC. 

14130 EUCLID AVENUE 



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MILLER-STONE 


CONGRATULATIONS, 


EUCLID'S OLDEST JEWELERS 


GRADUATES 


Between the Theaters 


BETTYRUTH BEAUTY SHOP 


REdwood 1-0155 


375 East 200th Street 


22570 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 


KEnmore 1-1692 


Compliments of 

EAST 200th STREET BEER GARDEN 


DOAN APPLIANCE CO. 


381 East 200th Street 


871 3 Superior Avenue 


KEnmore 1-9784 Euclid, Ohio 


RAndolph 1-9339 Cleveland, Ohio 



SPITZER'S POULTRY 



13017 Superior Avenue 

MUlberry 1-8068 



552 East 152nd Street 

GLenville 1-1545 



Our Premium Poultry Pleases 
PARTICULAR PEOPLE 



Compliments of 


GOLLER BODY, INC. 


CLEVELAND CHEMICAL CO. 


Re-Finishing Station 
24180 Lakeland Boulevard 


To Euclid High's 
1953 GRADUATING SENIORS 


Euclid 23, Ohio 
REdwood 1-3299 


W. F. HAHN & SONS CO. 




Heating - Plumbing Since 1907 


WM. SNELLER'S MUSIC STUDIO 


Bryant Air-Conditioning 


Lessons on Accordion and Piano 


KITCHEN and BATH MODERNIZATION 


New and Used Accordions for Sale 


15533 Euclid Avenue 




East Cleveland, Ohio 


291 East 218th Street 


MUlberry 1-4200 


REdwood 1-1179 


Free Estimates 





Page 155 



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 





THE 


WHITEWAY STAMPING 


ED WANK 




COMPANY 


Television Service Co. 




1 160 East 222nd Street 
Euclid 17, Ohio 


INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS 




KEnmore 1-5900 


Prompt Efficient Service 






on All A fakes 






EUCLID'S LARGEST T.V. SHOP 




Compliments of 


KEnmore 1-1222 


AJAX MANUFACTURING 


378 East 200th Street 




COMPANY 



Page 156 



JOE'S EUCLID HI-SPEED 
SERVICE STATION 

BATTERIES ACCESSORIES 

CAR WASH REPAIRS - TUNE-UP 

TIRES, TUBES 

21812 Lake Shore Boulevard 

REdwood 1-9849 

Joe Helinski, Prop. 



Compliments of 

ST. CLAIR BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 

20020 St. Clair Avenue 
KEnmore 1-6000 LOngacre 1 -1410 



WILDWOOD FLORAL AND 



BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF "53' 

GORNICK'S 

STORE FOR MEN 

Dress Suit Rental 

OPEN 

Mondays, Fridays and Saturday 

Evenings 

REdwood 1-0200 



GIFT SHOPPE 


BRUNSWICK 


20020 Lake Shore Boulevard 


For Flowers 


IVanhoe 1-3215 
"Flowers, Gifts and Cards 


Flowers for All Occasions 


for All Occasions" 


22082 Lake Shore Blvd. 


Compliments of 




EUCLID MOVING AND STORAGE, 


L & M TOBACCO & CANDY 


INC. 


WHOLESALE JOBBERS 


Experienced Mover - Loads Insured 


784 East 185th Street 


KEnmore 1-1544 1 10 East 208th Street 


KEnmore 1-8777 



Page 157 





Euclid's Only Dodge-Plymouth 




Sales and Service 


BEST WISHES FROM 


CLANCY MOTORS, INC. 




22480 Lake Shore Boulevard 


THE FORELLZ 


REdwood 1-7300 


Betty Lou Donna Lee 


Compliments of 


Lois Loe Esther Lyn 


LAKE SHORE TAVERN 




21 939 Lake Shore Boulevard 


CLIFFELS TAVERN 


USE CONTINENTAL 
PAINT 


22030 Lake Shore Boulevard 




KEnmore 1 -4747 


The Continental Products 




Company 




Paint Manufacturers since 1916 


Compliments of 




KNUTH GREENHOUSES 


1 500 East 222nd Street 


21601 Euclid Avenue 


EUCLID 17, OHIC 



Page 153 



WHEEL ALIGNMENT and BALANCE 
BRAKE RELINE 


HAROLD FURNITURE 


TUNE-UP 


COMPANY 


FRED KRAUSS GARAGE 




GENERAL AND SPECIALIZED 
SERVICE 


708 East 185th Street 




EAGLE STAMPS 


1570 Dille Road at Euclid 





KEnmore 1-3874 



STAR BLOCK AND 
BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 

Complete Line of 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES 

30150 Lakeland Blvd. 

Wickliffe, Ohio 
Wl. 3-2112 Wl. 3-2113 



BUDGET TERMS 



Compliments of 



SON CLEANERS 



AND DYERS 



526 East 200th Street 



P*ge 159 



BONNIE LYNN DONUTS 

514 East 185th Street 
Cleveland 19, Ohio KEnmore 1-7368 

We Deliver 



BIG BOUQUET 
Flower and Gift Shoppe 

480 East 200th Street, Corner of Pasnow 
IVanhoe 1 -1 544 Euclid 1 9, Ohio 

Specializing in Corsages 



COMPLIMENTS 
of the 

'DILCUES" 



Compliments of 

Phillip Christopher Delicatessen 

21443 Ball Avenue 



STANLEY H. JOHNSON 
FUNERAL HOME 

15314 Macauley Avenue 
KEnmore 1-3600 



COMPLIMENTS 



of th( 



EUCLID ROTARY 



Compliments of 

PETER PAN SHOPS, INC. 

705 East 185th Street 



Compliments of 

VIHTELIC HARDWARE 

807 East 222nd Street 



Best Wishes From 

STERN'S MEN'S WEAR 

7 1 5 East 1 85th Street KEnmore 1 -2640 

Complete Line of White Tuxedo 
Coats for Rent 



Page 160 



Compliments of 



CHANDLER 



PRODUCTS 



CORPORATION 



Compliments of 



THE ARCADE TAVERN 



REdwood 1-5440 



WE DELIVER 



SHORE BEVERAGE 

"Euclid's Finest and Most Complete 
BEVERAGE STORE 

Open Evenings 

21950 Lake Shore Boulevard 



Compliments of 

BILL'S CLOTHES 

THREE STORES 

15119 St. Clair Avenue 

618 East 185th Street 

22810 Lake Shore Boulevard 



GLAVIC KAISER-FRAZER 



536 East 185th Street 



KEnmore 1-3375 



"Automotive Center of Euclid" 



Eva Miller's Restaurant 

742 East 1 85th Street IVanhoe 1 -8424 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 



FOY DRUG STORE 

Prescription Druggist 

638 East 185th Street KEnmore 1-0988 

Cleveland, Ohio 



KOEPPLINGER'S BAKERY 

Bakers of Famous Health Bread 

Genuine Pumpernickel - Raisin Bread 
Home-Made White 

19400 Nottingham Road KEnmore 1-1646 



Page 161 



PAULICH SPECIALTY COMPANY 

GIFTS THAT ADVERTISE 
CLASS RINGS AND PINS 



1851 Haldane Avenue 



Cleveland 12, Ohio 



REPRESENTED IN EUCLID 
By STAN MINOTAS 



REdwood 1-2671 



IVanhoe 1-6300 



With the Compliments and 


Authorized Keepsake Diamond Rings 


Best Wishes of 


FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 


THE HILLWOOD 


Established 1914 


MANUFACTURING CO. 


223 1 2 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 1 -0800 
1 2322 Superior Ave. POtomac 1 -6686 


EUCLID, OHIO 


Headquarters for Sterling Silver 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


BARKER AND STAMPFEL 


THE EVANS ENVELOPE AND 


HOME APPLIANCE, INC. 


TAG COMPANY 


22066 Lake Shore Boulevard 




Rugs - Appliances - Furniture - Carpeting 


HEnderson 1-5919 



Page 162 





A. R. SYRACUSE & SON 


IN EUCLID IT'S SMITH'S 


Landscape Contractors 




Evergreens -Shrubs • Topsoil 


Delicious Food, served in a relaxing atmos- 


Grading - Discing - Plowing 


phere . . . tasty tempting entrees . . . crisp, 


COMPLETE LANDSCAPING SERVICE 


refreshing salads . . . desserts that melt in 


Free Estimates 


your mouth . . . that's what you always find 


71 1 East 250th Street 


on our menu. 


REdwood 1 -8762 Euclid 23, Ohio 


WHEN YOU LOOK BACK TO YOUR 




YEAR BOOK REMEMBER SMITH'S 


LAKELAND 


RESTAURANT 


ICE CREAM MFG. CO. 


Corner East 222nd and Lake Shore Boulevard 






23421 Lakeland Boulevard 


REdwood 1-2787 


Euclid 19, Ohio 




REdwood 1-9861 



Compliments of 



MR. NELSON'S HOMEROOM 118 



The Class of "53' 



Page 163 



Fine Model Railroad Equipment 




RIEDEL'S RAILROADIANA 

1040 Babbitt Road and NYC 

REdwood 1-0240 

Les Riedel — Class of 1930 



MARTIN'S POULTRY MARKET 

LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY 

Free Delivery 

685 Eat) 185th Street Euclid, Ohio 

Residence: FAirmount 1-6129 

IVanhoe 1-5620 IVanhoe 1-5621 

Edward Meister 



THE EUCLIDIAN 
BUSINESS STAFF 

Wishes to thank all of its advertisers 



EXpress 1-8668 

DEPENDABLE TOOL 
AND MFG. CO. 

Tools, Jigs, Fixtures and 
Special Machining 
General Machining 

H. J. NULICK 

71 1 1 Quincy Avenue 
Cleveland 4, Ohio 



Compliments of 

A. J. GROSSMAN 
AND SONS 

General Contractors 

IVanhoe 1-7484 
18609 St. Clair Avenue 



ROLLERDROME 

22480 Shore Center 

Skating Every Evening 
7:00 to 10:30 P.M. 

Matinee on Saturday and Sunday 
2:00 to 5:00 P.M. 

Midnite Skating Every Saturday 
11:00 to 1:30 P.M. 

Special Prices to Parties and Groups 



Your Packard Dealer 

LAKELAND MOTORS, INC. 

18781 Lake Shore Boulevard 

Euclid 19, Ohio 
Charles F. Ipavec IVanhoe 1-3988 



Page 164 



EAST 200th HARDWARE 

685-87 East 200th Street 
IVanhoe 1-8448 Euclid 1 9, Ohio 

"Gifts of Utility Hardware" 
"Pittsburgh Paint Products" 


You can't crystal gaze 

YOUR FUTURE 

Nobody can. But one thing you can do is 
start laying a secure foundation for your 
future — today — by saving at Society. It's 
the friendly bank on Public Square 
where over 200,000 people save more 
than $200,000,000— the bank where YOU 
belong. 


TRACY TAVERN 

434 East 200th Street 
IVanhoe 1-9510 


Compliments of 

BELLE BEAUTY SALON 

21059 Euclid Avenue, at Chardon Corners 

KEnmore 1 -441 

Harley Gordon, Prop. 


IN THE CITY OF CLEVELAND 

Founded 1849 


D. & D. CLOTHING 

Made to Order Suits, Pants and Topcoats 

Ready Made Sportjackets 

Suits and Topcoats 

M. Ornstein MU. 1-0116 

762 East 152nd Street 

Cleveland 10, Ohio 

Home Phone — FAirmount 1-3475 


COMPLIMENTS 
of a 

FRIEND 



Page 165 



NOTTINGHAM DEPARTMENT 


HILDA'S 


"Shoes and Furnishings for the 
Entire Family" 


Children Apparel Shop 


Leonard Mandel, Prop. 


An Exclusive Children's Apparel Store 


18607 St. Clair Avenue KEnmore 1-0585 


22378 Lake Shore Boulevard 


Cleveland 10, Ohio 


T.Edwood 1-0440 Euclid 23, Ohio 


JOSE REALTY 

Jacob Slrekol 


FOX'S TOWN AND COUNTRY 


COMPLETE REAL ESTATE SERVICE 


SPORTSWEAR 


40S Ea.i 200th Street IVanhoe 1-1100 






SKIRTS - SWEATERS - BLOUSES 


EUCLID LAUNDROMAT 


AND DRESSES 




22822 Lake Shore Boulevard 


481 Ea»t 200th Street IVanhoe 1-4600 


REdwood 2-9299 




DAVIS BAKERY 




2S891 Euclid Avenue REdwood 1-1205 




5884 Mayfield Road HI Merest 2-3410 


Compliments of 


1904 So. Taylor Road YEllow.tone 2-7600 




STOP AT KATZ'S 


EUCLID-RACE 


for a hot 


DAI RY 


corned beef 




Outstanding Executive, Commercial, 


503 East 200th Street 


Technical and Sales Positions 
for MEN AND WOMEN 


IVanhoe 1-4700 


EUCLID EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 


EUCLID, OHIO 


21 930 Lake Shore Boulevard 




REdwood 1-7444 




Marie M. Anderson Richard E. Anderson 



Pape 166 



DIAMONDS - WATCHES - GIFTWARE 

ALVIN'S JEWELERS 

Budget Accounts Invited 
Never Any Carrying Charges or Interest 

TWO STORES 

690 East 185th Street 
5633 Broadway Avenue 


Compliments of 

SOLON DRUG STORE 


THE GENERAL FURNITURE AND 
APPLIANCE CO. 

569 East 185th Street 

IVanhoe 1-4433 

"Always First With the Finest" 


21051 Euclid at Chardon Road 

21860 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Euclid, Ohio 


THE EUCLID NEWS 
JOURNAL 


Northeast Appliance and 
Furniture Co. 

22530 Lake Shore Boulevard 

Next to Shore Theatre REdwood 1-2302 

For Complete Home Furnishing! and Leading Appliancei 
Such as Frigidaires, Hooves, Etc. 

PARTS AND SERVICE 

Royal Typewriters 

Terms: One Dollar per Week 

Open Evening Until 9:30 Every Day 


BEST WISHES GRADUATES 
from 

BUTLER BROTHERS 
Department and Variety Store 

Lake Shore Blvd., at 222nd Street 



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Compliments 


COMPLIMENTS 






of 




of a 

FRIEND 


CLEVELAND WIRE WORKS 






of 






General Electric Company 


\ 


LAKE SHORE MARKET 


1331 Chardon Road 


GROCERIES 


Euclid 17, Ohio 




FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES 




IVanhoe 1-4411 WE DELIVER 


J. A. WEISS & ASSOCIATES 






"Your Friendly Insurance Counselors" 


FORD & PAE NASH, INC. 


1 50 East 233rd Street Euclid 23, Ohio 






REdwood 1-3787 




NASH AIRFLYTE 


Bonds Casualty - Surety 




AMBASSADOR 


Fir» Auto Life 


i 
I 


STATESMAN 
RAMBLER 


PURO CHEMICALS, INC. 








6816 Superior Avenue 


Industrial Metal Cleaners 






and Strippers 






Grease Solvents and Cleaning 




USED CAR LOT 


Compounds 




1070 EAST 140th STREET 


1 643 St. Clair Avenue PRospect 1 -0600 






Cleveland, Ohio 







Page 168 



TAUCHER'S QUALITY MEATS 

20068 Lake Shore Boulevard 
KEnmore 1-5757 


Best Wishes from 

NEW YORK BAKERY 

25767 Lake Shore Boulevard 

"The Mark of Better Quality" 


BUNDY'S HARDWARE 

TWO LOCATIONS 

Euclid at Green Road 4495 Mayfield 


G. R. Di Cuccio and Associates 

The Western and Southern Life Insurance Co. 

A Mutual Company 

Family and Retirement Income Insurance 

Educational Programs ■ Home Protection Plan 

Business and Partnership Insurance 

18233 Euclid Avenue KEnmore 1-5775 

Cleveland 12, Ohio 


TOWN AND COUNTRY CLEANERS 

Euclid's Finest Cleaners 

Pick-Up and Delivery 

Same Day Service 

We Operate Our Own Plant 

Austin Platz Jud Platz 

22490 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid 23, Ohio 
REdwood 1-2244 


K. & B. COMPANY 

HOME IMPROVEMENTS 

KITCHEN MAID CABINETS 

KEROK SINK TOPS 


Compliments of 

FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES 
Euclid Aerie No. 2221 

P. Hogue, President 
M. Tanner, Secretary 


ADAM'S MARKET 

QUALITY MEATS and POULTRY 

520 East 200th Street 
IVanhoe 1-2386 



Page 169 





RECORDS - APPLIANCES 


MLAKAR GROCERY 






HERB FITZGERALD 


522 East 200th Street 


TELEVISION and RADIO 


EUCLID, OHIO 


Established 1933 


IVanhoe 1-7020 






635 East 1 85th Street KEnmore 1-1313 



Compliments of 

Kramer's Soda Bar 
and Delicatessen 

842 East 222nd Street 



Compliments of 

JOHNNY LEE'S 
TEXACO 
STATION 



For the Finest in 
Quality Jewelry 

WOLKOV 
JEWELERS 

Keepsake 

Diamonds 

All Nationally 

Advertised Watches 

707 East 1 85th Street 

IVanhoe 1-4888 



Compliments of 


THE FARNIR 




BEARING CO. 


THE HAMANN 




CONSTRUCTION CO. 


7016 Euclid Avenue 




CLEVELAND 23, OHIO 


GENERAL CONTRACTORS 


ENdicott 1-1628 



Page 170 





Compliments of 


Compliments of 






KING COLE DRIVE-IN 


A. MR AM OR 


RESTAURANTS 


Cement and Asphalt 


OLD KING COLE 

17901 Lake Shore Blvd. 


Contractor 


OLD KING COLE'S RANCH HOUSE 




17585 Lake Shore Blvd. 


18609 St. Clair Avenue 


KING COLE'S FAMOUS BAR-B-Q 

17121 Euclid Avenue 


KEnmore 1 -1 644 REdwood 1 -5524 


Serving "Food At Its Best" 




Daily Until 2:00 a.m. 



Lombardo 
Realty 

SALES - RENTALS 

LEASES - INSURANCE 

NOTARY PUBLIC 

24481 Lakeland Blvd. 

REdwood 1-5010 



When you're 
thinking of 
a career... 

Think off 
Ohio Bell... 



• A job with a future 

• A good salary 

• A friendly place to work 

THE OHIO BELL 
TELEPH0HE COMPANY 




Euclid-Ohio 
Beverages 

Beer - Wine - Cordials 
Soft Drinks 

Tree Delivery 

Steve Habrle, Prop. 

635 East 200th Street 

Euclid 23, Ohio 



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Compliments of 



COMMERCE MOTORS (FORD) 



13608 St. Clair at Hayden 



Compliments of 



HOWARD J. MARX EN 



71 1 Babbitt Road 



"FOR THAT GOOD GULF GAS' 



INSURE WITH 

MATT F. INTIHAR 
Complete Insurance Service 

630 East 222nd Street REdwood 1-6888 

Euclid 23, Ohio 

lUiieUnce— 21491 Naumann Avenue IVonho* 1-0678 




TRUE-SHADE 
Venetian Blind Co. 

Windows Look Well 

Dressed with 
True-Shade Blinds 

22812 Nicholas Avenue 
Euclid 23, Ohio 

Blinds Made to Order 



Congratulations to the Graduating 
Class "53" 



Compliments of 



H. KATOVSKY, INC. 



Compliments of 



WATERWASH HARDWARE 



335 East 200th Street 



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