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EUCLID, OH 44123 





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THE STUDENTS OF 
El CLID SENIOR HIGH 

711 East 222nd Street 
Euclid, Ohio 




T Sr-rint Editor Audrey Blanc 

Editor-in-chief Joanne Lacey Script l^.ditor 

Assistant Editor Elaine LoUar Art Editor Deanna CooU 

Make-Up Editor Al Carlson Business Manager Janet Eiber 



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The year of \%^\ witnessed a distinct change at Euclid High . . . 
a certain something seemed to be added . . . the intangible feeling 
called school spirit had begun to grow ... it was the feeling that 
brought tears to our eyes at the first pej) assembly ... a quickened 
heartbeat as our alma matei' was sr.ng ... a deep feeling of ])ride 
whenever our school was mentioned ... a closer harmony between 
faculty and students as we worked togetiier with one objective in mind 
— the best for Euclid High . . . 

The spirit of Euclid High is still growing and will continue to do 
so for many vears to come . . . we have tried to [jresent the vear of 
195.'3-54 to you through llie eyes and ears of our school itself . . . 
Eddv, as we have nicknamed our school, will bring back memories to 
you of your own higii school days . . . days filled with joys, sorrows, 
successes, and disappoiiitments. Come with us to meet Eddy — listen 
eagerly and read carefully as lie writes his "First Will and Testament" 
. . . for he has a remarkable story of a truly remarkable year to tell. 



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

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



Lawrence Bed- 
Lester Angene 




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I, Edward Samuel Hughes, Senior, being of sound stone and 
steel, do hereby dedicate this book, My First Will and Testa- 
ment, to the ever-growing "School Spirit" enclosed in my 
frame ... I hei-eby will the events of my school year, 1953- 
1954, to the memory of those who shared, lived, and experi- 
enced them ; . . And so, on this eleventh day of June, 1954, I 
hereby set my hand to bring back in writing the above said 
happenings ... I request that as you read the pages set be- 
fore you of my First Will and Testament, that a word, pic- 
ture, or phrase will bring a memory to your mind, a smile to 
your lips, and a thought, "It was a wonderful year!" . . . 




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My Faculty and Classes Page 9 

My Seniors Page 27 

My Juniors Page 71 

My Sophomores Page 81 

My Fine Arts Page 91 

My Organizations Page 105 

My Girls' Sports Page 129 

My Boys' Sports Page 137 

My Social Life Page 163 

My Advertisers Page 183 




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3N contrast with the rest of the world, every 
American has an opportunity for an education. 
It IS possible for him to go to school through senior 
iiigh school without the payment of fees which are 
:i part of many European school systems. The 
only limitation is his ability and effort. If he has 
these two elements, he can go through college by 
means of scholarship. Nowhere else in the world is 
such an opportunity available. Universal free pub- 
lic education is a priceless American heritage. Like 
any other public institution, the schools must sur- 
vive under public scrutiny and examination. In a 
democracy, constructive criticism produces growth 
and development to meet the needs of the people. 

As each senior receives his diploma, the obliga- 
tion of preserving, improving, and advancing the 
cause of public education should be in his mind. 
Your parents and the citizens of your city hope 
that you have taken full advantage of the oppor- 
tunities in our public schools. Your future obliga- 
tion is to pass this opportunity on to future gen- 
erations. The Board of Education expresses its 
congratulations and best wishes for your future. 

Sincerely yours, 

W. G. Fordyce 




AIR. W. G. FORDYCE 

SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 




BOARD OF EDUCATION 



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MR. CLIFFORD G. OWENS 

PRINCIPAI^ 



ji T IS a satisfying experience to look back over 
^ the activities and achievements of anv school 
year I am sure that as you leaf through the pages 
Ox this annual you will have pleasant memories of 
an enjoyable and worth-while vear with vour class- 
mates and teachers. 

As the years go by, you will treasure more the 
story hold within the covers of this book. 

The Eiulidian staff and sponsor are to be con- 
gratulated for this fine production. Their efforts 
in Dchalf of the entire school are appreciated. 

itJ^ ""//* ^''^^^' °^ ^^"^ '""^""^ SO with the class of 
lJo4. May their ambitions be achieved with honor 
to tnemselves and their school. 

Sincerely yours. 

Clifford G. Owens 



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MR. WALTER SCHAVECiLER 

VICE-PRINCIPAL 



[OLR friendships of high school days are most 
lasting, for they have been tested over and over 

again. 

This yearbook is a record of friendship. Inter- 
esting as It is now, it will become increasinglv more 
valuable with passing years. To vou these class- 
mates will always be young, carefree, and joyful 
No matter what changes life may make, you" will 
have the privilege of looking upon your friends as 
tJiey were during your happy days at Euclid Senior 
iligh School. May you receive the best of everv- 
cnmg. 

Sincerely yours. 

Walter Schwegler 





MR. MEKVL BAUMEH 

UEAN OF BOYS 



MRS. HARRIKT SHEATS 



KAN Ol' GIRLS 



Mr. Mervl Baumer lias been Dean of Boys 
since my first school year. Previously he 
taught at Shore and practiced law. Past 
experiences have equip})ed him well for the 
position he now holds. 



Dean of Girls, Mrs. Harriet Sheats, guides 
my girl students along the road to better 
citizenship. Previously she was a visiting 
teacher for Euclid Public Schools. Hel})- 
ing girls choose their right vocation or col- 
lege is one of her main duties. 




OFFICE STAFF 

Mrs. Eouise Winters, Miss W'inifred Willis, Miss Nancy C'liuha, and .Mis 
Marilvn Lovett busilv performini)- their manv tasks. 



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lEngltal^ An^ ICaniuta^p Sp^arlutFutB 



MISS LUCIIXE AINGWORTH 



Flora Stone Mather 
Columbia University 



A.B. 

M.A. 



Eni/lisli Dcpaitiiiii:! 



MISS PAULINE BERG 

Kent State I'niversity - U.S. 
Western Reserve University - M.A. 



EngJish 



MR. HAROLD lUACKBURX 



Otterbein College - A.B. 
Western Reserve University 



MISS JEAN BO WD ITCH 

West Virginia Teachers College 

- A.B. 
Western Reserve University - 

B.S.L.S. 

Librnnun 






MR. NEIL MacKEIGAN 

Western Reserve University - B.A. 
Western Reserve I'niversity - M.A. 

Chahmtiii. Languagi> Deiiartmint 
French 



MRS. RUBY OLSON 

Ohio We'ileyan University - A. 
Univer.sity of Chicago - M..\. 



Kniilhh 



MR. FRANK PRINGLE 

St. Bonaventure University 
lUiglhh 



MR. LEONARD ROBUCK 



Western Reserve University 
Western Reserve University 



Sjid'ch. English 



B.A. 
M.A. 



MISS PERA CAMPBELL 



Defiance College - A.B. 

Ohio State University - M.A. 



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MR. MYRON GORDON 

Adclbert, Western Reserve Uni- 
versity - R..\. 
\\'estern Reserve University - M.A. 



MISS BERNICE KOST 



Flora Stone Matlier - B..\. 
Western Reserve I'niversity - M.A. 








MR. WALTER SCHUT7, 



Otterbein College - B.A. 

Ohio State University - B.S. in Ed. 



Dramaficn. English 



MR. ANTHONY VACCARIEI.LO 



Miami University - B.S. 

Western Reserve University - >LA, 



MISS RUTH VERMILLION 

.\l<ron University - B.A. 

Western Reserve University - M.A. 

Latin, English 



Here one sees Mr. "Shakes- 
peare" Blackburn's senior Eng- 
lish class in the library. Once 
he told nie his classes used, 
"Tressler as a companion, 
Webster as a guide, and Eng- 
lish literature as a confidante." 
My English Department pre- 
pares niv seniors for their col- 
lege freshman year of English, 
so that "many of them make 
B's." I'm sure his students 
will always renicinl:er, "Tomor- 
row, and tomorrow, and to- 
morrow," "Thou sui'e and firm 
set earth," and writing com- 
plete accounts of their week- 
ends and holidays. 





First-vear Spanish lavs the 
foundation of the language 
firmly in the minds of my stu- 
denSs taking the cov.rse. It 
gives the basics, the teaching 
pronunciation, and the elemen- 
tary granunar. At the end of 
the course, my student has 
been prepared for a nuu'? 
thorough study of the lan- 
guage. If vou asked one of mv 
students taking Sjianisli how 
he feels, he might answer, 
"Estov bien." 



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MR. OLIX 15AII.EY 



liio ('.rMiuU' Colloge - 15.S. in Kd. 
Oliiii State I'riivcrsitv - M.A. 



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MR. ADRIAN' lU'KRCKH 



University of D.-ntoii - l!.S. 
Ohio State riiivcVsitv - K.E. 



.Ihirlini. Solid (,■,<, mifr/i. 
Tridoiiiimilni 



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MR. RICHARD KEAY 

Miami University - A.B. 

Western Reserve University - M.A. 

Chemistry 



MR. DONALD McGIXI.F.Y 
Kent State University - U.S. 

Hiiiloiiji. Hortiriilliirc 



MR. JAMES GEBHART 



Heidelberp; Collcpc - B.S. 
Oliio State University - M.S. 



ChiiiniKiii Sriciirt' Dcjxo-I iiii'iit 
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MR. JACK MILLER 

Oherlin College - A.B. 

Western Reserve University - M.S. 

Biologii, Phi/slcs. Iiidnstrinl Hcii-nre 



MR. LEON IIKIXLEIN 

Ohio University - B.S. in l<'d. 
Ohio University - M..\. in l^'.d. 

/-"////.v/V.v. I,i,li,x/i!iil Mali,. 



MR. HARRY SPAXGLER 



Heidelberg: College - B..\. 
Western Reserve I'niversitv - M.S. 



Cfu'ini^tri/. Biology 



MISS GERAI.niXE IIK/KBICKS 
Ohio State University - B.S. in I'aI. 
Ilurii iilhin. .Ilarhrc, 




.MK. XORMAX THOMPI'SOX 



Kent State University - B.S. in Ed. 
Western Reserve Universit.v - M.S. 



MR. FRED Jt)HXS 




Western Reserve Universit; 
Western Reserve Universit.v 


V - B.S. 
• - M..\. 


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.■MISS ALBIXE WEITZEL 

Univcrsit.\- cf .\kron - B.A. in Ed. 
Mestern Reserve I'niversitv - M..\. 

I'Iniie Ocomclri/ 



* MRS. BEUI.AH WILSOX 

Flora Stone Mather College - B.A. 
Western Reserve University - M.A. 

Clxiirnian. Mnthfmafirs Drpnrtment 
.Ulvniiced Alprhra. Gcomitrii 



Amid tlu' sniflls of sulphur 
dioxidu ami cai'hon, my stu- 
dents apjjly what thev livirn in 
tlieir textliooks to practice. I 
can always hcai- them sayinfj, 
"Another test tube hits the 
dust," "Turn off the water," or 
"\Vhat a smell I" In chemistry 
not only do my students learn 
the basic science, but responsi- 
bility and liow to cooperate 
with others. 1'his course is 
necessary for tl.ose entering 
into the engineering and scien- 
tific fields. 





"Kun to the office for a few 
more pointers. . . " So often I 
heard this saying from Mr. 
Adrian Buerger's solid geome- 
try class. Here students learned 
in an informal, interesting 
way. They ap[)lied the principle 
of "seeing is believing and add- 
ed sucli new words to their vo- 
cabulary as prisms, polyhe- 
drons and icosahedrons. What 
they have learned will be the 
basis for higher mathematics, 
the foundation of engineering. 



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MR. ROBERT BENNETT 



Ohio State University - B.S. 
Ohio State University - M.A. 



Ilixtory, Bimines 



MR. CLEMENS BLAUCH 



Kent State University 
Ohio State University 



B.S. 

M.A, 



Government. Eronomicx. Ilhtory 



MISS WILMA GILLMAN 



Heidelberg College - A.B. 
Western Reserve ITniyersitv - M.A. 



Hii^tory, Oovennncnt , German 



MR. BRUCE GRAHAM 

Akron University - A.B. 
Ohio State University - M.A. 

United States Historii 

Home and Family PxyrhoUxiy 



MR. DALE HARPER 

University of Cincinnati - 15. S. in 

P.S.M. 
Western Reserve University - M.A. 

Chairmmi, Music Department 




MR. NEAL NELSON 
Kent State University 



United States History. 
Social Problems 



MR. MELVIN ROBB 

Mansfield State Teacher.s College 

B.S. in Education 
Penn State I'niversity - M.A. in Ed. 

Psychology, History 



MRS. HELEN STEWART 

Kent State University - B.S. in Ed. 
Western Reserve University - M.A. 

Social Problems. World History 



MISS JAN TOMPKINS 
Oherlin Coege - B.M.E. 
Vocal Music 



MR. STANLEY WHITESIDE 

Ohio State University - B.A. 

United States History 
Chairman, Social Sttidies Dept. 



MR. GEORGE WILEY 

Oberlin College - A.B. 
Western Reserve University 
in History 

Il'or/rf History 



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"The British arc f(iniiiii>' ! . . ." 
Hie Hevolutioiiiirv War is just 
one of the iiianv pliases of his- 
tory my students learn in 
A ni e r i e a n government. Mr. 
"I'ncle Xeal" Nelson gives his 
students a hetter understand- 
ing of our American heritage 
and culture and does so with 
discussions, informal lectures, 
recitations, and educational 
games . . . instructing his class 
in an interesting fashion. 





Wlienever I stroll into the band 
room it is not unusual to hear 
Mr. Dale Harper saying, "Get 
to work!" He would be guiding 
the band members toward that 
goal of the fifty-six first places 
in the solo and ensemble con- 
test. My band strives to 
achieve a genuine knowledge of 
music and a general feeling of 
responsibility. This is a group 
that works as a team to pro- 
vide me with a first-rate band. 



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MR. JAMES CALVERT 



North Central College, 111. - B,A. 
Ohio State Cniversitv - M.A. 



I'huxiidl Eihiriith 



MRS. ROSEMARIE DeVAL 

Teachcr.s 



Slippery Rock Stati 
College - B.S. 



Physical Ediirnfioii 



MR. SPARTOCO DiBIASIO 



Oherlin College - B.A. 
CoiinihiM UTiivtTsitv - M.A. 



/'hiisiral Kdiiciilion 
lliinir and Fiimihi 



MRS. MARION DISE 



Ohio State University - R.S. 
Western Reserve University - M..\. 



Chairman, Home -liix J)cpart iiiciil 



MISS CAROL GREVE 



Bowling Green State I'niversity 
B.S. in Kduc-ntiiMi 



I'hiiKinil F.dunilion 




MR. .JOSEPH GRAM 

Oliio State I'niversity - B.S. 
I'hiisiral Edn otimi. Sicimminrj 



MISS .lESSIE HOWE 

15akhvin Wallace College - B.S. 
Foods 



MRS. JANE KLINE 

Kent State University - B.S. 

rhairmnii. Girii' I'hiisiral Educa- 
tion. JJcitartniciit 



JllSS EDITH LEMON 



Nortli Western College - B.S. 
Western Reserve I'niversity - M.A. 



Clothing 



■MR. CLARENCE SWACKHAMER 



Ohio University - B.S. in Ed. 
Coliiinhia University - M.A. 



i'hairman. lions' Fhi/sical Educa- 
tion Department 



Hero in office practice, tlie 
most important class in my 
Conmiercial Department, the 
f^irls arc taught the proper 
ways and methods, so tliey can 
go out into the business world 
and become efficient secre- 
taries. These girls gain experi- 
ence by working as secre- 
taries for my teacliers. If I 
don't happen to hear them 
say, "Not another mistake I" 
the y might be exclaiming, 
"Egad !" 





"Tlirow . . . throw . . . throw 
. . . ," to this rhythmical state- 
ment the carriage of the type- 
writers are thrown into ac- 
tion. My first-year typing 
students learn how to operate 
a typcwi'iter and the general 
nicchanits of the machine. In 
theii- second term tiiey learn 
speed, cai'bons, and invoices. 
After taking the ty})ing course, 
my students can run a type- 
writer "blindfolded !" 



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KniiuBtnal Arts Anb Art iF^jartm^uts 



MR. CLAHEXCK ECKKRT 

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

Shcetmclal and U'eldiiio 



MR. Ai. c;ai.icki 

Oliid University - B.S. 
J'rinliini 



MR. IIKRHI^IRT NOLI) 

Oliio University - B.S. in Education 
I5o\vlinff Gieen State Universil.N' - 
M.A. In Ecluoation 



Wood Shop 



MR. .lOHN I'OHl'O 



Oliici State Universitv - B.S. 
Western Reserve - M.A. 



Mirhnnirid hrinviufi 




MI{. M.\.RVIN' STAIXES 



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■^'orlv State Teaclier.s College 
at Buffalo - B.S. 
Univer.sity of Colorado - M,.\. in 
Education 

.Intomottve.'i 



MR. .lOIlX SUPAXCE 



Ohio University - B.S. 
Kent State I'niversitv 



MR. CiEXE THOMPSOX 

Kent State Univer.sity - r>.S. in Ed. 
Stcujccnift. Art!: and Crafts 



MR. FRAXK TROCa.IA 



Ohio State I'niversity - B.S. in Ed. 
Western Reserve Universitv - M..\. 



Machine SIk,/!. MK-lianical Draici.in 



MR. Eli ED VOLI.MAX 

Western Reserve University - B.S. 

in Education 
M'estern Reserve Univer.''.it,v - M.S. 

in Art 

Cliairman. Industrial Arts Dtiiart- 
u:<nt. Art 



Ill this class I can reineniber 
never seeing anyone sitting in 
iiis assigned seat. Here Mr. 
Fred \'()llman, head of the art 
department, runs his class by 
giving freedom to each stu- 
dent to do as he wishes, and 
the students do so with re- 
spect and appreciation. Show- 
ing great promise for the fu- 
ture in any phase of art . . . 
thev learn printing, metals, 
enamels, oils, and ceramics. 
Mr. \'ollman's favorite saying 
seems to he, "Sam! two de- 
mi rits I" 





With thu sound of the hell that 
starts class, one can hear a 
rush of feet running the last 
few yards to the doorway. It's 
the hoys in the ])rint shop try- 
ing iu)t to lie tardy. Tiiese 
boys ])rint not only the Surre/j, 
but school programs for plays 
and sports, and any other 
])rinting job needed. This class 
is not only one of my most im- 
portant functions but ])ro- 
vides excellent training for 
prosjjcctive printers. 



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If you become ill while in school, 
vou may be assured of com|)etent 
care. Miss Nada Batich, my school 
nurse, is always on hand to give 
first aid and medical care. Her 
office is located on the left in the 
executive corridor. At the begin- 
ning of each year, Miss Batich and 
the doctor give regular check-ups to 
all the students. My seniors are 
also given eye tests. Miss Batich 
performs a valuable and very neces- 
sary job. 

Dorothy Steen, Ceil Shearer, Jean Bowditch, .JoAn 



Al the far end of my executive corridor is the 
office of my head custodian, Mr. George Brewster, 
and his assistant, Mr. Jerry Ganser. Directing the 
operations of a large staff is Mr. Brewster's main 
occupation and when visitors continually remark 
about my A-1 condition, it is a credit to his man- 
agement and organization. No mishap is too small 
to escape his watchful eye ; no request, too trivial 
that it will not receive his immediate attention. This 
department often work "around the clock" to as- 
sure my many school and comnmnity activities of 
a clean and comfortable place to meet, perform, 
and be enjoyed. 




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In my library there are over 9,n00 volumes 
kept in order by my librarians whose duties 
are many and varied. Listed among these 
duties are: (1) "bouneing"; (2) reference and 
recommending; and (3) passing out supplies; 
ink, i>encils, and Kleenex. 

The staff is confronted with some odd re- 
quests such as; "an under the bridge diction- 
ary," "hysterical" novels, and "a blue book I 
used last semester." 

When I asked what joys there are in being 
a librarian. Miss Jean Bowditch answered, 
"My work with students in reference and book 
selection - to the point Ihat a bit of humor is 
often a saving grace." 



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My cafeteria is the eating spot for most of 
my students. My staff works long and hard 
to iirepare the meals eaten by my student body 
arul facidty. 

The dietician told me that !»00 of my stu- 
dents buy lunches daily and consume over 1000 
bottles of milk. 

My dietetic staff not only prepares the school 
lunches but also the parties and banquets given 
liy various organizaticuis throughout the year. 

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SENIOR CLASS OmCERS 

O Ciinnor, m-i i.-1,u> , C.irulyii 




SENIOR CLASS SPONSOR 

sident, and Mr. Brui-e Graham, 
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Yecars come and go . . . We are .sophomores, 
juniors, and finally seniors . . . We waited a long 
tune for our senior year and our graduation. There 
were many memorable occasions, but the following 
are foremost in our minds: Homecoming witii 
Heights . . . Seeing the last game or meet in all of 
tlie sports . . . ]\Iacbeth . . . The final hour and 
fifteen minute exam period . . . "Room For One 
Moi-e" . . . knee socks or stuffed animals, boy- 
blouses or ribbons . . . The Senior Prom with all of 
the finery and excitement . . . the senior bancjuet . . . 
Baccalaureate services . . . the playing of the fami- 
lial- ''Pomp and Circumstance" . . . and then the 
last memory made during our high school tlays — 
commencement, the receiving of our diplomas. But 
most of all we will remember the teachers and the 
underclassmen who made our years here so difficult 
and yei so much fun. 



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Adams, Dexxis 

"DENNY" 

"On the mat he noted high, 
Fighting with spirit that never d d 
die." 

Foiitball 1, ;;.:!, 4, Letter Winner 4; 
Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 
1.3,4. Capt. 4; Prom Comni. 4: 
htage Crew 3: Sr. Cabinet; Wre-st- 
ling Clnh 2,3.4; Football flub 2, 
3.4. 



At.i.isox, W.\X1).\ 

"WANDA" 

"She goes along in her quiet way, 
Thinking of pleasant things to 
say." 

Niifl Honor .Society 4; F.T...i. 3.4, 
Pre.s. 4; Frieiul.'-hip Club 1.2,3,4, 
Pres. 1, Sec'y 4; G L.C. 3,4; 
G.A.A. 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; (llee 
Club 4; Home Nursing Club 2; 
Steering Comm. 4. 



An'deen, Cari. 

"ANDY" 

"Thoughts to deep to be expressed. 
Or to strong to be surpressed." 

Band 1,2.3.4: Oril]p.vtr;i 1; Spell 
ing Club 3,4. 



A.XIIKRSOX, (tOKDOX 

"ANDY" 

"Effort is his middle nome. 
He will find the road to fame." 

Xnfl Honor Soeietv 4; Survey 
Ivlit. st;iff :!; P. A. Tech. 4; Worl I 
vffaif- (Miib 4; Science Club 2: 
-Ant.. Wise Club 2; Math. Club 3; 
l^uaiterliack Club 3. 



AxDF.RSOX, 

"DICK" 

"Quiet and strong, 
He goes along." 

Student Council 

Class Vice-Pres.; 

3,4; 

llus. 

Letti 



KlCHAlM) 



Cho 



Boys Leaders 1; 1 

Staff 4; Football 

Winner l,;i,4; T 

4; Glee Club 3; 



Club 1,2,3,4. 




AiiTHiii, Rose Marie 

"You will find that she 
Is always full of cheerful glee." 

F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 2: 
(J.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1; Hockev Team 
4; Choir 1.2; Red CroF.s 1; 
Pinochle Club 4; Shorthand For 
lun 2; S,irvev Bus. Staff 4. 



ArsTix, Harvey 

"RABBIT" 

"Life's just fun, all things show it, 
I thought so once, but now I knov 
it." 

Football 1,2,3.4, Letter Winner 1 
4; Baseball 1.3.4, Letter Winne 
1.4; Quarterback Club 2.3; Dia 
]:i(>nd Sliorts Club 4; Pinochb 
Club 2. 



Bailey, Fred 

"FRITZ" 



Baker, Thomas 

"TOM" 

"On him and on his high endeavor, 
The light of praise shall shine 
forever." 

Nafl Honor Society 3.4; Nafl 
Forensic League 2.3.4. Xat'l Con- 
test 2, 1st place Radio Speakins 
3, Pres. 4; Student Council 1.2,3. 
Pres. 1; Survey Edit. Staff 2.3.4. 
News Edit. 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
2.3; Jr. Plav Prod. Staff; Band 



.3.4; Orchestr 



1.2.3.4. 



B A L 1) A SS A 1! E, J E A X 
■•BUNNY" 



lii.Midshii. Club 2; Sr. Attendant 
,f llonici.niing; Cheerleader 1; 
.■h,.ii- 1; Dancing Club 1; Pinochle 
'lub 2,3,4. 



Bai.ogh, Doxai.i) 

"BIGELOW" 
Sober and serious — che< 
ffers 



gay, 

take what 

after day." 



Prom. ( 
lull 1 
lub -J 



omm. 3; Ad Club 4 
; Camera Club 1 
Outdoors Club t ; 
Club a. 



Bahi.su, Sandra 

■•SANDY" 



She 



never blue 



Friendship Club 2,3: G.L.C. 1; 
Survey Edit. Staff 4; Hockev 
Team 2; .Tr. Play Cast; Prom 
Comm. 1: Choir 1; SpanLsh Club 
1: Art Club 2,3; Pinochle Club 4 ; 
Sr. Play, Student Director. 




l{i;.\iriK, C'.MtOI. 

■'CAROL" 

"One mottto always true, 
Wait and good things come to 
you." 

Entered from .Shaw Ilich .Seh 
April, 1953; Embroi'lcrv flub 
Folk Dancing Club 4. 



liKCHT, Lois 

•■LOIS'^ 
"Skotc — that'! 



Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2 
Choir 1 : Glee Club 2 ; Music fo 
Fun Club 2; Charm Club 4; Dane 
inc Club 1. 



Bates, Benham 

"BEN" 
"Because of wit 



ode a hit! 



Swim Club 4: Euclilian 
Staff 4; Swimming 2,3: Jr 
Prod. Staff; Choir 2.3.4: C 
Club 4; Ad Club 1; Kev Club 
Pinochle Club 4; Swim Lead 
2,3. 



Bayer, Carol 

"CAKOL" 



Pla 



Any positit 



fill.' 



P.T.A. 4; Friendshii. Club 1.2.:!. 4; 
3.L.C. 1 ; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4 ; 
Survey Edit. .Staff 4; Choir 2,3.4; 
Slec Club 3 ; Red Cross 1 : Eucuvo 
t; Madrigals 3: Shorthand Club 
I ; Round Table Club 2 ; Time 
Dut Club 3; Steering Comm. 2,3. 



Beale, Shirley 

■'SHIRL'^ 

'A jolly, friendly, peppy gal. 
Just the sort you'd war:t for c 
pal." 

[•■ricMiIsiiiii Club :i: (i.A.A. 
Ma.iorette Club 2,3,4: Majore 
I; Choir 1,2; Glee Club 4: i 
lasfa Club 2 ; Pinochle Club 
Dharm Club 4. 




]5i;ii-rss, Jaxke 

■■JAN" 

"Charm she practices and defines, 
With it her personality she com- 
bines." 

Friendship Club 1; Jr. Plav Prod. 
Staff; Choir 1,2,3,4; Sr. Cabinet: 
Mu'ic for Fun Club 2,3, 



Bi:K.\in)ixF,Li.i, Phyllis 

■■PHIL'^ 

"Always friendly, always happy. 
Never cross, never snappy." 

Fii.Tidship Club 2.3; Euclidian 
Edit, staff 4; Red Cross 1.2: 
Uiimes Club 2; Knitting Club 3: 
Charm Club 4. 



Heu.vacki, John 
■■jay bones" 



Jr. Play Prod. Staff: 



i^puturB 



/ 



f 



i>pnt0rH 



BiHxs. Maureen 

"MOE" 



so nice. 

Friendship Club 2; Swim Club 4; 
G.A.A. 1.2; Hockey Team 2; Ma- 
.iorette Club 2.3; Choir 1,2,3; Mu- 
sic for Fun Club 1. 



IJlHli, Doisis 
•■DORIS" 

"Her ways are ways of pleasont- 
ness. 
Her virtue is that of naturalness" 

FriencLvhili Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1.2; 
Choir 1; Art. Club 1.4; Diuuin- 
Cluh 2; Mu«ic tor Fun Club ;i ; 
Cbiirm Cluh 4. 



BCRVAL, t 


(IS EI 


H 










"JOE" 














"Swimming w 
In that way 


is his 
he wo 


grea 
n fa 


t 


"/ 


m. 




Swim Club 2, 
ming 2.:i.4; L 
S.S. 3.4: Mox 
1 ; Science Civ 


!.4; Track 

io Club 1. 
b 2 ; G.vmn 


1 
3 
V 


4 
ti 


X. 
-Pre 
CI 


lb 



BrscH, Pail 

"PAUL" 



Bi'sii, Lek 

"LEE" 
"He was a good 



He 



nen go. 



ally 



to know." 



Hi-Y, Squires 3,4; Choir 1; Cam 
era Club 3; World Affairs Club 4; 
My.ster.v Reading Club 2; Ukelelc 
Club 3. 




CaI.DWELI,, lio.NAl,!) 
"RON" 



Football 1 ; Hand 1 ; Worl 1 Affa 
Club 3.4 ; Chess Club 2 ; Myst. 
Reading Club 2. 



C'a.-mi'hei.i,, Joan 

"JOANIE" 



Her courteous end kind." 

Friendship Club 2; Euclidian B' 
Sfaff 3.4; G.A.A. 1; Red Cros< 
World Affairs Club 3; Danci 
Club 2 ; Travel Club 2 ; Jr. Cabin 



Carlson, Ai, V>. 

"ALBEE" 

"When I have grown to man's 
estotc, 
I shall be proud and great." 

Xafl Honor Society 3.4; Natl 
K<ireii>.ic League 3.4; Choir 4; Or- 
rhe.Mi-,1 1.2.3,4; Euclidian Edit. 
siaff 4. Make-up Edit. 4; Survev 
Kdit. Staff 4; Jr. Play Cast; Band 
1.2.3.4; Letterwinner 1.3.4; Glee 
Club 4; P.A. Announcer 3.4; Eu- 
cuyo 4, Vice-Pres. 4; Jfadrigahs 4. 



Carlson, Carol 

"KAY" 



to help those In need.' 



Friendship 
Club 1.4; 
3 ; Travel 



.Music for Fun 3; Cha 



Carney, Kkhard 

"DICK" 



Cartenter, Bakiiara 

"BABS" 

"Into o big world itep little feet, 
Ready for the challenge they will 
meet." 

Friendshiii Club 2,3,4; (i.A.A. :!.4: 
Sr. Cabinet; Music fnr Fun Club 
2,3; D,iniing Club 4. 



Carr, Paul 

"Commendable 
And dependable" 

Nat'l Honor Socictv 4; Student 
Council 1,3,4; Hi-Y Monarchs 4 
Track 1; Band 1,2; Sr. Cabinet 
Kev Club 4; SteeriuR Comm. 4 
Card Club 1 ; Track Club 2 : Golf 
Club 4. 



Carroll, Thomas 



Full of fun." 

Hi-Y Monarchs 4; Sw 



Cartwright, Bri'ce 



"An agreeable guy. 
Who's sort of shy.' 



Outdoors Club 4. 



Caruso, Anthony 

"TONY" 

"Laugh that's what he makes us 
do. 
He never has a day that's blue." 

Stagecrew 4. 



thirty-five 




Chapman, Kocer 

' ROGER" 

"Swimming is his middle nomc. 
Towards perfection he does oim' 

Hi-V Sijuire.s 2.:i, .Mo;i:inlis 4 
.Snim Club 2.3,4; Survey Bus 
Staff 2; SwimminK 2,3.4. Letter 
winner 4; Choir 1.2.3.4. 



ChLOI'EK, C.\H()I, 

"CAROL" 

"A friendly gal, 
A nice pal." 

Ovchestra 2; Pinochle 2: Bridge 
Club 3; Charm Club 4. 



Chlida, Yvonne 

"VONNIE" 

"There are smiles that moke us 
happy. 
Like this girl's, who is so snappy" 

Entered from West Tech in HI52. 
F.T.A. 3.4; Friendship Club 4: 
Glee Club 4; Movie Club 4. 



CmnsTiE, Anilee 

"ANN" 

"She takes the pleasant road, 
Happiness is her code." 

Friendship Club 2.3.4; G.A.A. 1,2. 
3 : Hockey Team 2.3 ; Choir 1 ; Red 
Cross 1 ; Music for Fun Club 3 ; 
Embroidery Club 2. 



('OX.SIDINF., KiLF.EN 
■EILEEN" 



Friendship Club 2; Glee Club 4; 
Red Cross 2; Charm Club 4; Ser- 
vice Club 1. 



'Fmnra 



/ 



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^ptttnrfi 



CoRKAO, Joanne 

•■JO" 

"With enthusiastic pep she bub- 
bles. 
Vanishing her cares and troubles" 



Ckamer, iJaycelyn 




"JOYCE" 




"It is my chief delight 
To do things right." 




Student Council 2 ; Friendship 
2,3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 
G.A.A. 2.3,4; Choir 1; Glee 
4; Red Cross 2,3.4; Home Nu 
Club 3 ; Red Cross Council 


Club 
3,4; 
Club 

3,4." 



Crooks, At^drey 

"DOLLY" 

"You will find 
Her happy of mind." 

Nat'l Honor Society 4 
Friendship Club 2; Swii 
G.A.A. 1 ; Art Club 2. 



D'Amico, James 

"JIM" 

"Fancy free and full of fun, 
Jim sure is a friendly one.' 

Baseball 1, Lettcrivinner 1 ; 
ie Club 1; Baseb,ill Club 2; 




I) 


WIS, 


David 






•DAVE" 




"N 
N 


ow he 
ow he 


s eornest, now 
's jolly, chang 


he 
ng 


Fo 
Ba 
Ch 
Clu 


.Ihall 
sketba 
oir 2; 

b 3; 


1.2.4, Letter 
11 1,2,4, Lett 

Stage Crew 
Football Club 


4; 
4. 



Dawsox, James 

•■JIM" 

"He'll always win 
With his cheery grin." 

Band 1,2,3,4; Letterwii 
Choir 4; Orchestra 1,2,: 
eals 4; Biology Club 2; 
Fun Club 3 : Chess Clu 



De CArrA, Angela 

"ANGIE" 

"Quiet, it's true, 
But awfully nice, too." 

student CouULil I; F.T.A. 1.2.3,4. 
Sec'v 4, Friendship Club 1,2,3,4; 
GLC. 4, G A A. 1; Hockey Team 
4; Jr Play Prod. Staff; Glee Club 
4 MoMe Club 1; Dance Club 1; 
Music for Fun Club 2,3. 



Delaney', Peggy' 

•■PEGUM" 



Who 

\.lt 1 



5 o friend indeed, 
'ill help you in you 



ed." 



Honor Society 4; Student 

1 1; Freshman Class Sec'y; 

iidship Club 1,2,3,4; G.L.C. 

Euclidian Bus. Staff 2,3,4. 



.11 Mgr. 4 
,iff Red Ci 



Daus, Jean 

■•JEANNIE" 

"Modest and neat, 
A personality that's sweet." 

Friendship Club 1.2,3,4; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A, 2,3,4, Let- 
terwinner 4; Hockey Team 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Sr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Choir 1,2,4; Dancing Club 
1.2; Biology Club 2,3; Travel Club 
3; Charm Club 4. 




Dennis, Doroihy 

■DOTTIE" 



"Dan 



talents 

\.ifl Fo 



singe 



any, 



League 4 ; Student 
Council 1: Friendship Club 1,2; 
GLC 1; Jr Plav Cast; Jr, Play 
Pi,.d Staff; Sr. Play Prod. Staff: 
Majorette Club 1, Band 1,2,3,4: 
Meiraphoue Club 1,2.3; Cheerlead- 
er 1,2, Capt. 1, Letterwinner 1. 



thirty-six 



De \anna, Eleakou 

"HONEY" 



She 



filtered from Andrews School in 
[952. Student Council 1,2,4; 
Suclidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1. 
!,3; Hockev Team 1,2,3; Glee 
^lub 2; Eucu.vo 3; Fencing Club 
L 



DlETZ, ROBEKT 
"PEACHES" 

'This boy is one of the best. 
His friendliness shines above the 
rest." 

Hi-Y Regents 3,4; Football 1,2, 
i,4, Letterwinner 4; Basketball 2 ; 
3hoir 3,4; Quarterback Club 2,4; 
Pinochle Club 3. 



l)i Franco, Angela 

"ANG" 



cute brunette, 
j're glad youV 



net.' 



Priendship Club 1,2: G.A.A, 4; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Ma.iorette 
Club 2 ; Choir 1 ; Dancing Club 
1,2; Music For Fun Club 3; 
Oharm Club 4. 



DojiisROSKY, Gloria 

"DUMBO" 

'A personality that's sweet and 
gay, 
our hearts she'll always stay." 

ered from Collinwood High in 

i2, Nat'l Honor Society 4; 

endship Club 3,4: G.L.C. 4; 

■lidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. ■= 

Gle -' ■ ■ 



Club 4. 



O'OxoKRio, Lenore 

"LENNY" 

'Gifted with o temper whose un- 
clouded ray, 

Can moke tomorrow as cheerful 
as today." 

\'all Honor Society 3,4; Nat'l 
'\ir(nsic League 3,4; Prince of 
'la.e 3; Friendship Club 1,2,3,4; 
Euclidian Edit. Staff 4; Euclidian 
5us. Staff 2; Survey Edit. Staff 
i; (J.A.A. 2.3; Jr. Plav Cast; Jr. 
'lay Prod. Staff; Ma.iorette Club 
!.3.4; Majorette 4. 




D 


O R X 


, B 


VRBARA 






"BARB" 








"Dash 
That's 
nice 


of su 


gar, c 
Borb- 


ash of 
—devil 


spice, 
sh and 


St 
CI 
G. 
4; 
CI 
K 


udent Council 
lb 2,3,4; Surve 
A. A. 1,2,3,4; H 

Jr. Play Cast; 
ub 3; Red Cros 

itting Club 3 ; 


y^isus 
ockey 
Choir 
> 1,2,3 
Charm 


Friendship 
Staff 4; 
Team 1,3, 
1,3; Glee 
Sec'y 3; 
Club 4. 



Dort; r,As, 

"DAVE" 



David 



Xafl Honor Society 4; Bas 
ball 2,3,4, Letterwinner 4; Gol 
4; Key Club 4: Math Club 
basketball Club 3, 



Dow, Nancy 

"NAN" 



end 



es total none, 
total everyon 



High 



in 19.52. 

\ It 1 Honoi Sotiet\ 4; Student 
Cnun<ll 4 Friendship Club 3,4; 
Sui%e-\ Bus Staff 4 Bus. Mgr. 4; 
fhon 4 Glee Cluh 3 Charm Club 
4 MusR For Fun Club 3. 



Dragas, Michael 

"MIKE" 

"Why worry your head with 
that might be. 
Just drift along, contented 



Dranse, Ai'drey 



"A 


n all around gal. 






A 


n all around pal." 






Sti 


dent Council 1 ; 


F.T.A. 2 


3; 


Fr 


endship Club 2,c 


; Euclid 


an 


Ru 


s. Staff 4; Surve> 


Edit. SI 


aff 


4; 


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


3; 


Ml 


iorette Club 3,4; 


Majorette 


4: 


Ha 


id 1,2,3,4, Letterw 


inner 3; 


Jr- 


(he 


stra 1,2.3,4; Span 


sh Club 1 





^FittorH 



/ 



thirtv-.seven 



f 



>FmnrB 



Drotleff, Andrew 

"ANDY" 

"Andy was always on the beam 
An important man to the swir 
mlng teom." 

Hi-Y Monarchs 4; Bovs Leade 
4; Swim Club 4; Survev Bii 
Staff 3: Football 2: Swimmii 
3,4, Letterwinner 4 ; Stase Cr. 
2; Eucuyo 3; Pinochle Club 
Dridere Club 3. 



Dirk, Sali.y 

"SAL" 

"Quietly she went along, 
Trying not to do a wrong." 

Friendship Club 4; Glee Club 
World Affairs Club 4; P.ii 
Club 2: Shorthand Club 3. 



ElBER, JaXET 
"JAN" 

"You'll know her by her auburn 
hair. 
Her cheerful smile and friendly 

Nafl Honor Soiietv 3.4, Treas. 
4; Student Council 2; Friendship 
Club 2,3,4; G.L.C. 1.4: Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 2.3.4, Asst. Bu.'!. Mir. 
3: Bus. Mgr. 4; G.A.A. 2.3.4: Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff: Red Cro.-is 2; 
Sr. Cabinet: Knitting Club 3: 
X.lfl Quill and Scroll 4. 



Eldked, Jaxice 

"JAN" 

"Not acquainted with the world 
of strife. 
She lives on the happy side of 
life." 

Nafl Honor Society 4: F.T.A. 4; 
Friendship Club 2.4; G.L.C. 3.4: 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A A. 
1,2,3,4; Hockey 4; Prom Comm. 
1; Red Cross 2; Service Cub 1. 



Elliott, Jack 

"JACK" 

"A shy guy but hard to beat. 
Someone really nice to meet!" 

Class Officer; Football 2: Bas- 
ketball 1.2,3.4. Letterwinner 1-4: 
Cross Country 4; Baseball 1.2. 
3,4. Letterwinner 1; Choir 1.3; 
Red Cross 1 ; Dancing Club 1 ; 
Biology Club 2 ; Basketball Club 
3,4; Baseball Club 3. 




Ely, Marilyn 



"A quiet happy life she lives. 
Complaints ore something she 
never gives." 

Friendship Club 1.2.3.4. Treas. 4: 
G.A.A. 1.2,3.4: Jr. Plav Prod. 
Staff: Prom Comm. 4: Choir 1; 
.Ad Club 4; Sr. Cabinet; Service 
Club 1; Music For Fun Clib 3: 
Dancing Club 3. 



Emter, Ei'gexe 

"GENE" 



Football Mgr. 2.3.4. Letterw 
iicr 3.4; Wrestling 3,4: Wrestling 
Club 3.4; Football Club 2.3.4; 
Pinochle Club 1.2. 



Esi'osiTO, Madeline 

"MADELINE" 



friendship filled v 
3 for everyone." 

3.4; 



Xafl Honor Soci. 
ship Cub 2.3; G.L.C 3.4. Scc'y 4; 
Kuclidian Bus. Staff 2.3.4; G.A.A. 
I 2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3.4, Sec'y 3.4: 
Glee Club 4: Sr. Cabinet: Madri- 
gals 3.4. 



I'",\ANS. JcNE 

"JUNE" 

"Her eyes as stors of twilight fair. 
Like twilight, too, her dusky hair" 

Fiienilship Cub 3: Glee Clnh 4; 
Scale i- Triangle Club 4: Kuit- 
ling Club 3. 



1 


Fa HI AN. Warren 


.J(^ 


"WARREN" 




"He will never fail. 
In h=m success will prevail 


-^i 


Pi-inchle Club 1.2.3.4. 


x^V 





^ 



thirty-eipht 



Fairchili), James 

"CLEM" 

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

Student Council 3; Hi-Y Regents 
3,4; Swim Club 2; Football 1; 
Wrestling 2,3,4, Letterwinner 4; 
Baseball 4; Track 1; Sr. Cabinet; 
Biology Club 3; Wrestling Club 4, 



Falk, Don- 

" SPEEDY" 

"Something different, a little shy, 
But he'll be successful by and by" 



Fazio, Christine 

"CHRIS" 

"In her quietness she'll be heard 
Her actions speok louder than 
ony word." 

F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4 
Survey Bus. Staff 4, Treas. 4 
G.A.A. 1; Choir 1; Red Cross 1 
Music For Fun Club 3; Charn 
Club 4; Social Club 1, 



Fensch, Charles 

"CHUCK" 

"In art 
He plays his port." 

Nafl Quill and Scroll 4; Studen 
Council 3,4; Survey Edit. Staff 4 
Basketball 1,2, Letterwinner 2 
Baseball 1,2; Jr. Play Prod. Staff 
Sr. Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comni 
3,4; Camera Club 1; Eucuvo 2,3 
Publications Club 3,4; DiamoiK 
Sports 2. 



Ferris, Xoreen 

"RED" 

"What counts the most is quality. 
What counts the least is quantity" 

F.T.A. 4; Friendship Club 2,3,4; 
Swim Club 4; Jr. Plav Prod. 
Staff; Prom Comm. 3,4; Gler 
Club 4; Jr. Cabinst; Music For 
Fun Club 3; Shorthand Club 2; 
Whirlo Club 2; Canasta Club 1, 




FiKoi.r, Donxa 

"DONNA" 

"You'd think the cat hod her 
tongue at school. 
But outside silence is not her 
rule," 

KTii-nilsliip Club 3,4; Choir 1; 
|l;iiuinK Club 1 ; Canasta Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3; Bridge Club 4. 



Fleming, Samiel 



"With every shirt there 
With every school an < 
guy." 

Truck 1,2,3,4, Letterwi 
Sr. Cabinet 4; Field 
Club 2,3. 



Fi.ocKE, Stephen 

"STEVE" 



Natl Honor Society 4; P. A. Tech. 
1,2.3,4, Pres. 4; Craft Club 1; 
World Affairs Club 2. 



Fl.OliENTINE, KrSSELL 
•RUSS" 

"We often hear Russ repeat. 
Blest be the man who invented 
sleep." 

Caiiuia Club 3; Auto Wise Club 2. 



Fi.oiij-AxcK , Ronald 

"MERK" 



fit." 

Hi-Y .\obles 4. Sec'v-Treas. 4; 
Basketball 1, Letterwinner 1 ; Bi- 
ology Club 2; Dancing Club 3; 
Games Club 3,4. 



i'pniorfi 



£ 



tliirtv-nine 



MB 



puinra 



FoERSTE, Audrey 

"TARGET" 

"We're owfully fond 
Of fhis sporf blond! 

Xafl Honor Society 4; F.T.A. :!,4 
Friendship Club 3.4; G.L.C. 3.4 
Pre.s. 4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4 
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Letterwinner 4 
Hockey 2,3,4, Capt. 4; Choir 1 
Red Cress 1 ; Eucuyo 2 ; Biology 
Club 2: Social Club 1. 



ForsER, Thomas 

■■TOM" 

"fle's the kind of guy that's nice 
to know, 
Through the years his friendships 



Frech, Janet 

"FRECK" 

"A tall pretty miss, 
Her eyes filled with bliss." 

I'.T.A. 3; friendship Club 1.2.3; 
Girls Leaders 1; Swim Club 4; 
G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Majorette Club 
2,3; Swim Cadette 2,3,4. 



Fridi.ey, Ramoxa 

■■MONy 

"Around horses her interests ore, 
Along that field she will go far." 

G.A.A. 1.2; Hockey Team 1.2.:: 
Band 4; Choir 3; Orchestra 
Glee Club 2; P. A. Ainmunier 
Dancing Club 2; Biolosv ('lub 
Fencing Club 4. 



Gai.e, Richard 

■■DUKE" 

"Meditive of thought, 
Education he has sought." 

Choir 1 ; .Ir. Caliinet ; Prom Conini. 
3; Stamp Club 1; Mystery Read- 
ing Club 2; Chess Club 2; Dane 
ing Club 3; Games Club 3'; Math 
Club 4. 




Cialloavay, Doxxa Lee 

•■DON" 

"Full of smiles and fun. 
This gal's a carefree one." 

student Council 1 ; F.T.A. 
Friendship Club 2.3; G.A.A. 2.: 
Hockev 4. 



Gelsijiixo, 


Beverly 


"BEV" 




"Full of fun a 
Doing things s 


nd mischief, too, 
ome won't do." 


I'interel from ( 
liJ.T'.;. ('harm 
Club 2. 


olIiiiwuH,! Hish 
Club 4: Knitti 



Gext, Charles 



He'll trovel far." 

Hi-Y Nobles 4; Band 1.2; ( 
chestra 1; Key Club 2. .'J, 4: Ilai 
ing Club 2; Games Club 3; M>i: 
For Fun Club 4. 



Geram. Jaaies 

■■GERM" 

"Cute and short, 
A good sport." 

Painting and Drawing Club 
Scale and Triangle Club 3,4. 



Gerlaxd, David 

"DAVE" 

"A pleasing way. 
With little to say." 

Glee Club 4; Movie Club 1; Sr. 
Cabinet; Biology Club 2: Canasta 
Club 3. 



forty 



Gibbons, Rebecca 

"BECKUM" 

"The girl with the little feet, 
Cute, witty, ond friendly — plus 
twice as sweet." 

Nafl Honor Society 3,4, Sec'y 4: 
Student Council 2,3,4; Jr. Class 
Secretary: Friendship Club 2,3.4, 
Pres. 2,3; G.L.C. 3,4; Survey Bus. 
Staff 2,3,4, Cir. Mgr. 4; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4; Hockey Team 2; Prom 
Coinni. 3; Sr. Cabinet; f^ucuyo 
2; Dance Club 2. 



Gil, MORE, Thomas 



Wrestling 2,3; Travel Club 3; 
Outdoors Club 4; Wrestling Club 



Goldstein, Stcart 

"STU" 



"Marks, not 



He 



ill 



urely find fan 



Entered from White High School 
April, 1953. Football 1, Numerals 
1; Track 1,2; Tennis 4: Red Cross 
1.2,3. Pres. 2 ; Round Table Club 
3; Math Club 4. 



GoLE, Harry 

"HARRY" 

"He is as jolly as can be. 
That is plain for oil to see." 

Boys Leader 3; Golf 3; P 
Pong Club 4. 



Gordon, Ccrtis 

"CURT" 

"Of his ways toke heed. 
By them one can succeed." 

Nafl Honor Society 4; Hi-Y 
Nobels 3,4; Vice Pres. 3, Chaplain 
4; Survey Bus. Staff 4, Asst. 
Adv. Mgr. 4; Track 1; Choir 1,4: 
Glee Club 4; Biology Club 2; 
Dancing Club 2; Games Club 3; 
Math Club 4. 




(JoKDO.v, Ronald 

"STUMP" 

"Short and somewhat shy. 
But an okay guy." 



Greaves, Shirley 

"FUZZY" 

"And she has taught us laughter. 
That will remain long after." 

Friendship Club 1.2.3; Swim Club 
:!,4, Treas. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Hockey Team 1,2; Jr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Eucuyo 2. 



GUEENWAY', MeRRYJ.I'NE 
"MERRY JO" 



endship Club 4; Euclidian 

i. Staff 4; Choir 4; Singing 

Fun Club 3 ; Charm Club 4. 



Gregorek, Delores 




"DELORES" 






"Toll and friendly is 
She suits friends to 


our Dee, 
a T." 




.Majorette Club 2,3; 
Camera Club 1 ; Fr 
Pinochle Club 2. 


Red Cro 
ench Clu 


b 4^ 


Gri'hn, I.,ois 






•LO" 






"As she leaves, she 
Memories so sweet 


leaves behind 
and kind." 


I''riendslii|i Club 2 
I'rnd. Staff; Re,l C 
Knitting Club 2. 


:l : .Ir. 
OSS Club 


Pla> 
3,4 



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/ 



f 



'Fttinrs 



Gt'i.ic, Robkkt 

"BOB" 

"Personolity and wit, both ha< 
Bob, 
He will succeed at any job." 

Hi-Y Squires 4; Pinochle C 
1,2; Biologv Club 2; Outdo 
Club 4. 



Haddex, Geokue 

"GEORGE" 

"This will be true — eome what mo: 
He will remember each school 
day." 



H.AI.L, .loHX 
"JOHN" 

"A boy of tew words 
His personality shine 
rest." 



Quarterbaik Club 4. 



Hamiltox, Gail 

■GAIL" 

"A quiet gal, 
A nice pal." 

Friendshiii Club 2,4: .Jr. Phi.v 
Prod. Staff; Red Cross Club 3,4; 
Kuittiuj; Club 2. 



Hamiltox, Sakah 

"SARAH" 



Just 



as funny as cc 
witty mystery.' 



Kutere.l fro.u Willouglib.v High i 
1952, Niit'l Forensic League I 
Prince of Peace 2 ; F,T,A. -. 
Friendship Club 2,3; G.L.C. ; 
G,A,A. 2,3,4; Hockev Team 2; .1 



Pin 



1.2,3,4; 




Haxsex, Xaxcy 

"NANNY" 



F.T.A. 2; Fri. 



Sr. Cabinet; Mu 



Haxsex, Neva 

"NEVA" 



Speaks less 

Nafl Forens 
chestra 1,2; 
Round Table 
and Drawing 



Club 2.3; 
4; G.A.A, 
Glee Club 



World Affa 



Haxsl 


IK, 


R 


J BERT 








"BOB 














"A heart thot's 
An intelligent 


kind, 
mind." 








Student 
1 ; Canas 
2 ; Pino 


Coi 
hie 


iieil 1 ; Dane 

Club 2; Run 

Club 3; P 


ing 
ng 


Club 
Club 
Pong 



Harper, Carol 

"CAROL" 



"A bonnie lass 
Always quiet c 



Hartzell, Doxxa 

"DIMPLES" 



i.L.C. 



) of gob 

Is never drab." 

2 ; Friendship 
1, Letterwin- 
us. Staff 3.4; 
ey Team 3.4 ; 
Majorette 3,«. 
er 3,4; Choir 1.2,3.4; 
2.3; P. A. Announcer 2. 



Euclid 
1.2,3; 
:te Club 



Haiser, John- 

"BATTLER" 

"A right swell guy! 
Who's never shy." 

Hi-Y 3.4; Euclidian Bu 
Football 1,2; Wrestlin 
Letterwinner 4; Ore 
Pinochle Club 1 : Wres 
1,2,3.4; Football Club 
ins Club 2. 



Headixc.ton, Myuxa 

"MYRNA" 



Hemfel, Marianne 
"marianne" 

"Blessed with couroge ever 1 
With her foith she'll see 
through." 



Qua 



Hencie, Robert 

••BOB" 



His character is always stable 

Hi-Y Xobles 3.4. chairnian 
Social Conim. 4; Football 
Choir 3.4; Dancing Club 2 
terback Club 3; Bridge Club 
Ping Pong Club 4. 



Hocevar, John 

••BIG JOHN" 

"A sensitive guy. 
Who alwoys will try." 



resiling 3; Stage Crew 
Club 4; Dancing Club 
Club 3. 




HoEFLE, Charles 

"CHUCK" 



■roMi Conunittee 3,4; Sr. Cabinet; 
;amera Club 3,4; Ballroom Danc- 
ng 2 ; Whatsit Club 2 ; Steering 



HoLUREN, ArTHI'R 



"He might not hove much to say. 
But this guy is quite okoy!" 

Track 1: (iolf 2.3; Stage Crew 1: 
Ping Pong Club 4; Rummy Club 3. 



Holler, Patricia 

"PATTY" 

"The height 
Ot delight." 

student Council 2.3; F.T.A. 3; 
Friendship Club 2,3; Euclidian 
IJus-. Staff 4; Jr. Plav Cast; Choir 
1; World Affairs Club 3; Charm 
Club 2; Music For Fun Club 3.4. 



HOLLSTEIX, HeLENE 
••HELENE" 



ed fr 



Lincoln 



New Jersey 195\. F.T.A. 
Friendship Club 2.3.4; Euelidii 
l!us. Staff 4; Survey Bus. Staff 
C.A.A. 2.3: Jr. Play Prod. Sta 
3 ; Glee Club 4 ; Ad Club 3. 
Camera Club 3, Sec'y 3; Mui 
For Fun Club 2. 



HoLiB, Wilberta 

■BERT" 

"Happiness will come to you 
When you soy, 'I do'." 



iidship Club 
Madrigals 3 



^puinra 



£ 



forty-three 



f 



^pntnrs 



HoHVATH, Agnes 

"AGGIE" 

"Nice to know. 
She hosn't any foe." 

Student Council 1,2; Friendship 
Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 

Hockey Team 4; Ad. Club 3.4; 
Music For Fun Club ?, : Soci.il 
Dancing 3 : Pinochle Club 4 : 
Charm Club 4. 



Hrovat, Arthur 

"ABIE" 



Football 
Stage Ci 
Pinochle 
Club 4. 



ologv Club 
; Ping P( 



HuMMEi,, Chris 

"CHRIS" 



aseball 1 ; 
la Club 3 ; 
age Club ; 



Hi'HKA, Frank 

"HURK" 

"The personality of this all around 
guy 
Is like a fountain that never runs 
dry." 

Hi-Y Regents, Chaplain 2, Vice- 
Pres. 3, Sec'y 4; Football 1,2,3,4. 
Letterwinner 1; Baseball 1,2,4; 
Prom Committee 4; Choir 2; Or- 
chestra 1; P. A. Tech 1; P. A. An- 
nouncer 1; Football Club 2; Base- 
b.Hll Club 3; Dance Club 4. 



HCRLESS, jACaUEI.INE 

"JACKIE" 

"If I hod my way, 
Everyone would be goy." 




Hi'STOx, Dewey 

"DEWEY" 

"He must have been told 
That silence is gold." 

(.'hoir 1; Creative Writing Club 4. 



Iafelice, Josephine 



"Quiet and sweet 
And very neat." 

C.L.C. 1; G.A.A. 1; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Ad Club 4; Kntting Club 
:i; Pinochle Club 3; Charmin 
Club 4. 



IXMAN, ^\ 


ILLAM.AY' 






"INMAN" 










"We cc 


n foretell. 








She w 


II do 


well. 


' 






F.T.A. 


3,4; 


Frien 


dship 


Clu 


b 4; 


Kuclidi 


in Bi 


s. S 


aff 2 


3,4 


: .Jr. 


Play P 


rod. Staff ; 


; Ban 


d ] 


2.3,4, 


Letters 


inner 


3. .1 


r. Off 


cer 


; Or- 


chestra 


1; Y 


Teen 


Club 


1 ; 


Mod- 


crn Da 


ice CI 


lb 2; 


Music 


Fc 


r Fun 


Club 3 













loSCE, MU'HAEI. 

"OSH" 

"This we know — before this day 
will end, 
Mike will have made onother 
friend." 



Iv.xNCic, Robert 

■BOB" 

"Friendliness he did show. 
He was reolly nice to know." 

Kiitered from CoUinwood High 
.■^.hiiol, .lanuary 1953. Track Club 



fortv-four 



JaCKSA, (iKHAI.niXE 

"GEREY" 
"A sweet 



ays 



style 



G.A.A. 1; Re<l Cross 1: Emlii-„i,l- 
evv Club 2; Music For Fun Cliil. 
3: Cluirin Club 4, 



Jaxke. Kauhaka 

"JUG" 



"She's bubbling 
fun. 
Her life is surely a hoppy one." 



with pep and 
»y one." 

of .'iolih. 



Student Council ;! : 
Class: Friendshi]) Club 
G.L.C. 1, Letterwinner 1; Coke 
Queen 1; Euclidian Bus. Stuff 4; 
G.A.A. 1,2.3; Hockey Team 1; 
Majorette Club 2,3.4; Ma.jorette 
3,4, Letterwinner 4: Cheerleadei 
1, I.elterwinner 1; Choir 1,2,3,4 



Jei.co. Mauy Axx 

"MARY ANN" 



P,T,A. 


3,4 


; Friendship Club 2,3,4: 


G.L.C. 


1 ; 


Survey Edit, Staff 4: 


G.A.A. 


4; 


!; Band 1,2,3,4, Letter 
Mvsterv Reading Clnli 



Jexxe, Bakhara 

"BONNIE" 



A gol 

P.T.A. 



I; Friendship Club 2,3; 
1 Bus, Staff 4; G.A.A. 
•. Plav Pro J. Staff; Choir 
Club 2; Embroidery Club 



For Fi 



Club 3 : Cha 



JeKABEK. HoWAKl) 

"HOWIE" 
"A's and B's, 



Never C's!" 

Student Coun.il 
Glee Club 4; 
Biology Club 2. 



Choii 




.lEJiAHEK. ,Il 
"JULIE" 



In Euclid's band," 

K.T.A, 4; Band 1,2,3,4, 1*1 
iviTiner 3; Glee Club 1; Art 
Fun Club 2; Spanish For 
Club 1 ; Embroidery Club 
\V Iworking Clul) 4. 



JoXES. (iLOKIA 
"GLORY" 



Friendship Club 2; G,A,A, 2,3; 
Ma.iorette Club 2,3,4; Majorette 
3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4, 



K.X.M.M, JoAX 
"RED" 



Entered from Colliny 
Friendship Club 4; J 
Staff; Pinochle Clul 



Keiix, Dexxis 

■■KEHN" 

"At first he appears to b 
But after you meet him h 
fhe guy." 

Football 1, Letterwinner 
Pong Club 2 ; Golf Club 
Club 3; Cribbage 4. 



Kekac, Dolores 

"KITTY" 

"Contentment of mind, 
She'll always find." 

•lub 2,3; 



.-n.l.sbip Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1.2. 
Glee Club 4; Ad Club 1,4; P. A, 
uouucer 2; Music For Fun Club 
Ponv Chorus 4. 



^nttnrs 



/ 



/ 



^tnmvB 



Kellam, James 

"JIM" 
"He will continue hia 



Football 
Club 4; 
Club 4. 



Kelley, Kay 

"K" 

"She went to our heo 
of o song. 
That will lost in ou 
whole life long." 

Nafl Honor Society 
ehip Club 2,3; Swim 
Majorette 1 : Cheerlea 
1; Choir 1.2,3,4, 



Leade 
Club 3,4: .Mo 



Orchestra 1 ; file 
Club 4; Madri 



Kern, Jack 

"BALD-JAY" 

"Hit woyi 
We praise." 

Sr. C:.binet: C 
Pinochle Club 2,1 



KiDi), Fred 



"You'll find him o welcome fri 
All his choracteristlcs seem t 
bUnd." 



KiXG, Marilyn 

"MAR" 

"Her laughter 
Will remain long after." 

Glee Club 1 : Spanish Club 
Singing For Fun Club 2,3; Ga: 
Club 3 ; Pinochle Club 4. 




KiNGSFORD, Joan 



She's always gay.' 



Klima, Barbara 

"BARB" 



tudent 



il 1; 



Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1.2,3; Cho 
Glee Club 4; Ad Club 1.4; 
broirterv Club 2 ; Music For 
Club 3; Ponv Chorus 4. 



Ki.osky, John 

"PAT" 



Who's 

Hi-Y Re 



iround guy 
ote him high.' 



nts :i,4. 



.Survey Edit. Staff 4; Football 1.2. 
:l,4, Letterwinuer 1.4; Basketball 
1,2.:'.. Letterwinner 1; Baseball 
1; Track 4; Glee Club 3: Quar- 
terback CUib 3; Basketball Club 4. 



Kn'G, Sylvia 

"SYLVIE" 



Hillbilly Club 3; Chai 



Knais, Nancy 

"NANCE" 

"Beauty describes this girl so fair, 
Green are her eyes, and dork Is 
her hair." 

Xafl Honor Society 4; Xat'l 
Forensic League 2; F.T.A. 4; 
Friendship Club 3 ; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; Survey Bus. Staff 4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Sr. Play Prod. 
Staff; Choir 1.2,4; P.A. Announc- 
er 4; Madrigals 4. 



forty-six 



Knerr, Sandra 

"SANDY" 

"By her methods she does excel, 
She does everything quite well. 

N.lt'l Hfiiior Mnciety 8,4; FT./ 
3.4. Treas. 4; Band 1.2.3.4. Sec' 
3,4; Orchestra 1.2.3,4; Penciii 
CI- h 4; Painting and Drawin 
Chib 3. 



KOEHNE, BeKXARI) 

"BERNIE" 

"Knowie 
In fan 



Stude 



Nafl Honor Society 
Council 2; HiY Monarchs 4, Se 
4; Tennis 2.3. Lelterwinner 2 
Kev Club 1.2.3; Math Cluli 
Games Club 3; Chess Club 4, 



Kol.I.ER, DOT'GLAS 

"DOUG" 

"He's got the might, 
To do things right." 

Student Council :i ; HiY. Squires 
2,3,4, Treas.; Boys Leaders 3.4: 
Dancing Club 2 ; Pinochle Club 



KoRXBU'M, Richard 

"KOBNY" 

"With trombone in hand. 
He played in the band." 

Hand 1.2.3,4, Letterwinner 4; (Ir- 
chestra 1.2; Swing Band 1; 
Pinochle Club 2; Bridge Club :! : 
Outdoors Club 4. 



KOSTEINSHEK, Roi.ANI 

' 'ROLLT' ' 

s to 
likE 

Football l,2,:j,4, Letterw 
Basketball 1,2,3, Letter 
Baseball ,1,2,3,4, Capt. 
terwinner 3.4; Prnni C 




KovACH. Janet 

"JAN" 

"Deeds, not words, are shown re- 
paid. 
By the mony friends she's made" 



Bo 



rd 4; 



Student Council 4, Exec. 
Friendship Club 2,3,4, Sec'y 3: 
G.L.C. 1.3,4, Treas. 4; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 2,3,4, Asst. Bus. Mir. 
4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Letterwinner 1 ; 
Hockev 4; Prom Comm. 3; Mega- 
phone Club 2; Choir 1.3.4. Treas. 
1 ; Glee Club 4. 



Kim I', Donald 

"DON" 



ne at lost, 
on the past" 



Hi-Y Lords 



KrxcHiK, Arlene 

"ARLENE" 



Friendship Club ;i,4; Biology Club 
1 ; Music For Fun Club 2. 



KiKTi, Donald 

"DON" 

"Hard-working, honest, faithful, 
too. 
The kind of friend who's always 
true." 

Football 2; Basketball 1.2. Let- 
terwinner 1; Prom Comm. 3; 
Band 1; Kev Club 3.4; Steering 
Comm 4; Dancing Club 2; Quar- 
terback Club 2; Canasta Club 4. 



Kr.sAR, John 

"JOHNNY" 

"A personality that's gay. 
He came to stoy." 

Entered from Willoughhy in 19.53. 
Hi-Y Lords 4; Chess Club 4. 



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i> 



f 



>rittorB 



KrsAii, Makgaket 

"MAEGE" 



Club 3; Cha 



1: Choii 
1 Club 2 
Club 4. 



Lacey, Joanne 



She leaves a place that's hard to 
fill." 

Nat'l Honnr ,So<-iety 3,4: NatM 
Quill and Scroll 3,4; Nat'l Foren- 
sic League 2,3,4, rice-pres. 3, 
treas, 4; Prince of Peace 2,3, 
Winner 3 ; Student Council 3,4, 
Exec. Board 3,4; Soph. Class Vice 
Pres.; G.L,C. 3,4; Spring Sports 
Attendant 3,4; Euclidian Edit. 
Staff 4, Editor 4; Girls State 3; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 2,3, Circula- 
tion Mgr. 3; Friendship Club 2,3, 
4; Choir 4, 



La Macchia, Betty 
"little betty" 

a riat 



Whe 



ng quiet.' 



iendship Club 2,4; 
oir 1; Ad Club 4; 
Charm Club 4, 



Lanza, Salvatoke 

"SAL" 



"Patience, 
Just do > 

Football 
Baseball ] 



'hot you can." 

1,2, Letterwinuer 1; 
; Band 1 ; Orchestra 1 ; 
Club 



Poise For Boys Club 2; Quai 
back Club 3; Cribbage Club 4 



Lapinskas, Phyllis 

"PHYL" 

"She loughed and smiled and golly 
talked. 
As through high school days she 
merrily walked." 

Stuileiit ('(jum-il 1,2,:!; Cla^.s Offi- 
cer 1; Friendship Club 2,3; G.L.C. 
1; G.A.A. 2; Prom Comm. 4; Glee 
Club 1; Sr, Cabinet; Dance Club 
2; Pinochle Club 2,3. 




Lapinskas, Ronald 

"PINKY" 



all 1,2,3. Letterwinuer 
:ling 1,2, Letterwinner 
1,2,3,4; Glee Club 4; JIa 
3,4; Dancing Club 3; C 
Club 4. 



I-AUKLER, Jack 

"JACK" 



all 



Th:< 



und good tello 
really mellow." 



i guy 

Student Council 1, 
Cabinet; Kev Club 
Pinochle Club 1,3. 



Lebek, Raymond 

"BUD" 



ytudent Council 4; Soph. Class 
Treas., Jr. Class Vice Pres.; Poot- 
biiU 1,2.3,4, Letterwinner 1.4; 
Baseball 1; Prom Comm, 3; Choir 
3 ; Survey Bus. Staff 3 ; Dancina 
Club 2 ; Quarterback Club 4. 



LErTIiECHER, ^LaRILYN 
"MAGGIE" 

"A taste exact yet confined, 
A knowledge of both books and 
human kind." 

Xat'l Honor Society 4; Student 
Council 4; Friendship Club 3,4; 
Euclidian Edit, Staff 4; G.A.A. 
2,3; Prom Comm. 3; Travel Club 
2; Round Table Club 3,4: Junior 
Cabinet, 



LiniiY, Edwin 

"ED" 

"If you want to succeed, blaze a 
trail. 
In that way you will never fail." 

.\afl H(Uior Society 4; Swimming 
2.4; Band 1.2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2; 
Movie Club 1,2; Key Club 4; 
Stamp Club 1; Art Club 2; Danc- 
ing Club 3; Chess Club 4. 



forty-eight 



Lindner, Jean 

"JEANNIE" 



She I 

•'.T.A 



gives no offense, 
Tiokes no pretense.' 

4; Fii.'iidsliip 
Club 4: KnittiiiK 
Nursing Club 2. 



Lindsay, David 

"DAVE" 

'His only books 
Were cute girls' looks." 

football 2.3: Triick 1,2.4; Choir 
1.2.3,4. Pres. 4; Glee Club 3,4: 
ie Club 1, Pres. 1; Key Club 
2,3,4; Camera Club 3; Ping Ponff 
Cub 3; Biologv Club 2; Canasta 
iub 4. 



Little, Patkkia 

"PAT" 

If all her smiles were 

dime, 
She'd be a millionaire i 

Entered from Collinwoo 
September 1952. Eucuyo 
Club 4. 



Lloyd, Beverly 

"BEV" 

"Five-foot-two, 
Eyes of blue." 

Friendship Club 1.2.3; Euclidian 
Bus, Staff 4; G.A.A. 2; Majorette 
Club 1,2.3. 



Lloyd, Marylyn 

"LUCY" 



«ill find." 

Friendship Club 3,4; G,A.A, 1,2, 
3,4; Choir 1.2; Mystery Reading 
Club 2; Music For Fun Club 2,3; 
Games Club 3; Pinochle Club 4. 




Lo( KWOOl), PaTHI 


CIA 


■•PAT" 




"She shines from within 
She'll always win." 




Frieiulship Club 2,:i,4 ; 
Y-Teens 1; Modern Dan 
Music For Fun 2,3; Kn 


Choir 1; 
ce Club 2; 
tting Club 



LoHSE. Hal 

"HAL" 



"You will find Hal 
A nice pal." 



Lokar, P>lainv. 



"LOKIE" 



"The more you get to know thi 
gal. 
The more you wont her for you 



Xafl Ho 
Quill 



Society 
ud Scroll 3.4 



3,4; Nat'l 
Friendship 
Ex 



Club 2,3,4, Sec'y-1 
Board 3; G,L.C. 3.4; Euclidian 
Edit. Staff 2,3,4, Asst. Edit. 4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 2.3; Survey 
Bus. Staff 2,3; G.A.A. 1.2,3,4, 
.Tr. Plav Prod Staff; Ma.iorette 
Club 2;' Sr. Cabinet; Sr. Play 
Prod. Stiiff; Choir 1. 



Long, Sandra 

"SANDY" 



"Through the serene 



F.nt 



■d fr 



Chi. 



mil 



l!i.T3. Nat'l Honor Sock 
Friendship Club 4; Euclidia 
Staff 4; Choir 3,4; Madrig 
Knitting Club 3; Round 
Club 4; Steering Comm. 4. 



Long, William 

"COLONEL" 

"Dark and toll, 
Nice to all." 



Hi Y Regent.^ 



,3.4; 



!,3; 



clidi 



Bovs Leaders 
Staff 3,4 



otball 1,2,3,4, Lette 
Wrestling 2,3.4, Letterwinner 1, 
Track 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Woi 
Affairs Club 2; Eucuyo 3,4; Fo 
ball Club 1,2,3,4; Track Club 
3,4; Wrestling Club 1,2,3,4. 



B^nxuva 



i 



65- 12909 



f 



§>rmfli*fi 



LOHENZ, ROSEMARIE 
"ROMIE" 



hold her dear" 

Nat'l Honor Society 3,4; Student 
Council 2,3; Frienrtshiu Club 3.4 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 3,4; Survey 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1; P.A. 
Tech. 3,4, TreaF. 4; Swim Leader 
2,3,4; Travel Club 2; Rniinl 
Table Club 3; Browsing Club 4. 



LUETKEMEYER, HeXKY 
"BUCK" 



"He makes a hit 




With his wit." 




Boys Leader 2,3; Swim 


ming 2.3, 


4, Letterwinner 2 ; Dane 


e Club 2; 


Reading Club 1.2,3,4; 


Singing 


For Fun 4; Newspaper 


Reading 


Club 4. 





McCahthy, Patricia 

"PAT" 

"To be sure, wc know thot 
Friendly and happy is our Pot." 

Friendship Club 1,2,3.4: Choir 1 ; 
Dance Club 2; Music For Fu-i 
Club 2; Embroidery Cub 3; 
Handicraft Club 4; Charm Club 4. 



M( 


•Cli 


RG 


, Phyi 


LIS 








PHIL" 










"Phyllis i 


s a 


quiet a 


s con 


be 




As 


nice 


a senior cs 


you'll 


ev 


2r 




see." 












Bnt 


ered 


ron 


Sh«« I 


igh i 


I 1 


i: 


Fri 


^ndsh 


P 


Club ; 


4; 


Hn 


li 


Tea 


m 4; 


Gle 


e Club ,3 


4. 







McDowell, Paul 

' 'PAUL' ' 



"Always funny, always gay, 
For you see that is his way.' 



Club 2 ; Pinochle 




.M< GriGAx, 

"MAC" 



Ch; 



lives each day, 
his own woy." 



McGriRE, AVlLLIAM 
"BILL" 



otball 1, 
je 4; Bt 



of deepest thought, 
cannot be bought."- 

Ashville High 1953. 
Basketball 1; Crib- 
ness Club 2,3, Vice- 



McKeox, Patricia 

"SHORTY" 

"As merry as the day is long. 
Life is just a happy song." 

XafI Honor Society 4; F.T.A. 3.4: 
Friendship Club 3,4; G.L.C. 4: 
Encli'Uan Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 
1,2,3,4; Megaphone Club 3; Choir 
2,3,4; Ad Club 2,3.4: Painting 
and Drawing Club 3. 



Marchioxe, Margaret 

"JUNE" 

"Always happy. 
Bright, and snappy." 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.L.C. 1; 
G A.A. 1.2,3.4: Hockev Tteam 4: 
Ma.iorette Club 2,3,4: Majorette 
4: Pinochle Club 3: Charm Club 



Marcus, .Tames 

"JIM" 



Club 3; Golf Club 4; Arthu 



(iodfrey Club 3. 



Maiua, Dokis 



"She travels through a field of fun 
Loughjng and learning under the 

Kii.'iulsliiii Club 2.3.4; G.LC. 4; 

CA.A. 1.2.3.4: Hockey Team 4; 

All Cliih 1,2.3,4: Movie Cub 3: 
Piiinihle Club 2.;!. 



Maroi.t, Carol 



Frieudship Club 2,3,4: G A A. 1,2. 
3,4: Hockey Team 4: Ad Club 3, 
1: Movie Club 4: Cbarni Club :: : 
rinoclile Club 3: .'iocial Danciu- 
C'ub 4: Music For Fun Club 4. 



MaHVAU, RONAI.I) 

•RON" 

"From paths of humor, he does 
not stray, 
For humor finds its own woy." 

Kev Club 3,4: Travel Club 2: 
Pinochle Club 3: Ping Pong t'luli 



Mathia.s. Cakoi. 

"CAROL" 

"Starry eyes, merry ways. 
Make for happy high school days" 

Studcnl Coumil 3; Friendshij. 
Club 1,2: Euclidian B>is. Staff 4: 
G.A.A. 4: Jr, Play Production 
Staff: Ma,iorette Club 2,3,4; Ma- 
.iorette 3,4, Letterwinuer 4: 

Charm Club 4. 



Meier, Harold 

"HARRY" 



He 



eball team's delight, 
added to their might." 



Hi-Y. Monarch.^ 4; Football 
Basketball 1.2.3.4; Baseball 
3.4; Tennis 2.3.4; Band 1,2,: 
Orcheftra 1; Key Club 3.4: 
n.nsta Club 1 ; Cribbage Cluli 
Diamond Srorts Club 3: Fes' 
ball Club 4. 




.Ml' \ .MANX, MaKGAKF.T 
"PEGGY" 

"Always on the go, 
Someone nice to know." 

I nl, id from CoUinwood High 
^. liool in 1952. F.T.A. 2.3.4; 
111. ndship Club 2.3,4; Ma,iorettc 
( liil. 1 2: Glee Club 2 ; World 
Aft, ins 3, 



MlI.I.ER, KaYLENE 

"KAY" 

"A kirdly grace, 
A pleasant face." 

Frioiulship Club 2: Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Glee Club 4; 
Sr. Cabinet ; World Affairs Club 3. 



Miller, Patricia 

"PATTY" 



Fiicii(l.shi|. Club 2; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3 ; Survcv Bus. Staff 3 ; 
GA.A. I; Hockey Team 1; Jr. 
Plav Prod. Staff: Choir 1.2.3.4; 
Miisii' For Fun Club 2.3: Charm 
dull 4. 



Miller, Rtth 
"sunshine' 

"To be iust and kind and wise. 
There solid self-enioyment lies." 

Friendship Club 2.3.4; G.L.C. 4; 
Swim Club 3 : Euclidian Edit. 
Staff 4; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Jr. Play 
Prod. Staff: Megaphone Club 2.3; 
I'li.iir 1.2: Art Club 2,3. 



MiSKOE, DOULS 

•DODDUS" 
"This sweet gal's friendly ways 

and laughter. 
Will remain in our hearts ever 

artcr." 
Nal'l Honor Society 4: Friend- 
ship Club 2.3.4: G.L.C. 3.4; 
Euclidian Bus. Staff 4; Survey 
Bus. Staff 3.4; G.A.A. 1.2.3,4; 
.Ir. Play Prod. Staff; Choir 1; 
Ad Club 2; Publicctions Club 2. 



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Moffat, James 

■ 'JIM' ' 



Mohlf:!!, Xanty 

"NAN" 



A quief mai 

work. 
We know he 

shirk." 



du»i< 



Friendship Club 
Prod. Staff; Honn 
2; Knitting Club 
Club 3; Charm Ch 



Morgan, K.\i'hleen 

"KATHY " 

"Not quiet or loud, — short, or t 
She's a pleosont combination 
them oil." 

Friendship Club 1; Euclidian B 
Staff 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Cana 
Club 1; Ballroom Dancing 2- G 
Hunters Club :! ; Knittins f'lul. 
SlceriuK Comni. 4, 



Morrow, Nancy 

"NAN" 

"A girl so fair, 
A personality rore." 

F.T.A. 3,4; Friendship Club 2,3: 
Swim Club 4; Glee Club 4; Music 
For Fun Club 2; Embroidery Club 



Mo K LOCK, Dona I, 

"DON" 
"No matter whot poths, 



He 



'ill 



days." 

Swin 
Tech 



high school 
PA. 



ng Mgr. 2; Choii 

1 ; P.A. Announcer 1 ; 

5 Club 1,2.3; Ping Pong 




Mo.SALL, CaROLYX 
"MOZZLE" 

"A sweet gal to hove around. 
Another like her cannot be 
found." 

Xat'l Honor Society 3,4; Student 

Council 3; Sr. Class Treas.; 

Friendship Club 1.2,3,4, Vice 

Pres. E.xec. Board 4; G.L.C. 4; 



Ho 



Hon 



coming Attendant; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 2,3; Survev Bus. Staff 2: 
G.A.A. 1.2,3,4; .Jr. Plav Prod. 



.MiRPHY. Dorothy 

"BETTY" 

"She goes on her quiet wa^ 
What else is there to say?' 

Red Crofs Club 2.:',. 4. 



MuTCHLER, Jean 

"JE ANNIE" 



"Personality 


and 


smile, 




Dazzle 


and 


beguile." 




Student 


Co 


]ncil 


4 ; Friei 


dship 


Club 2 


Eu 


clidi 


an Bus. Staff 4; 


G.A.A. 


1.2,3.4; 


Megaphone 


Club 


2,3,4, Pres. 


4; 


Cheerleadet 


2.3, 


Letterw 


nnei 


;i; 


Mixed Choi 


us 2 ; 


P.A. Ai 


noui 


cer 


2. 





Myers, Roxald 

"RON" 

"He has that winning way, 
Plus a personality that's gay." 

student Council 1 ; Survey Bus. 
Staff 4; Baseball 1; Ping Pong 
Club 1; Auto Wise Club 2; Bas 
ketball Club 3; Outdoors Club 4. 



Myers, William 

"BILL" 



"Everybody ch( 
The good hun 

S t u d e u t Co 



il 1 ; Freshn 



Class Vice Pres.; Boys Leaders 3; 
Survev Edit. Staff 3; Football 1, 
3, Letterwinner 1 ; Basketball 1,2 ; 
Track 1: Golf 2,3; Choir 1 ; Stage 
Crew 2,4; Golf Club 2; Pinochle 
Club 4. 



Nklsox, Naxcy 

"NANCY" 



Eiiterc.l from (ili-n F.llvii. 111. in 
ln52. Nal'l Honoi- Snciotv 4; 
Friend.- hip Olub 1,2,3,4; G.L.C. 4 ; 
Survev Edit. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1.2. 
:i.4: Hockey Team :! ; Red Cross 
2 : Travel Club :l. 



Nelson, Ronald 

"RON" 



"Not serious, for 
Jolly and good 



play." 



Football 1.3; Wrestling 1.2,;l. 
Letterivinner 1: Tennis 2; Canasta 
Club 4; Quarterback Club 2,3; 
Wrestling Club 2,3. 



Nesbitt, Lynn 

"NICKI" 

ies„ happy she 
love with lovely 



"Happy sh£ 
goes, 
She's talle 
clothes." 



Clidii 



Friendship Club 2,:!, 4: 

Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1.2.:i.4; 

Choir 1; Eucuyo 3.4; Charm Clul. 



Newman, Rorert 

"BOB" 

"He has his moods, quiet, jolly, 
glad- 
But a better guy cannot be had! 



Wre,stling 1; 



Football 
ing 2.3. 



Niccf.M, David 

"NIC" 

"His school days were filed with 
fun. 

Many friendships he has won." 

Hi Y Lords 2.3. Pres. 2; Tennis 
2.:i: Movie Club I; Stage Crew 
1, Pres.: Camera Club 2.3,4, 
Pres. 3. 




N'ovAK, John 

"JOHN" 



"His popularity is mainly 
To the foct thot he's nei 



OnKitDANK, Lawrence 



Xal'l Fc. 



!.3.4. Vii 



Leagu 



Hi-Y, 



3, Pr 



Play Prod. Staff 3; Prom 
Comm. 4; Choir 4; Orchestra 3.4; 
Sr. Cabinet; Key Club 4; Camera 
Club 3.4; Cribbage Club 2; Uke- 
lele Club 3; Gem Hunters 4; Sr. 
Plav Cast. 



O'CoNNOii, Jean 

"MOE" 
"Personality 



She 

.Vafl Hono 



a shining smile, 
rtly and in style." 



■ty 3.4; Student 
Council 2.3,4. Exec. Board 4; 
Sr. Class Sec'v; Friendship Club 
2.3 4. Treas. 2; G.L.C. 3.4; 
Euclidian Edit. Staff 3,4; Euclid- 
ian Bus. Staff 2,3,4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4; Jr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Si)ring Sjiorfs 
.\ttendant 4. 



().MKU/.A, RaV.MOND 
"TINY RAY JAY" 



Student Council 2; Hi-Y 1; 
vev Bus. Staff 2; Football 
Ba.-.ketball 1; Baseball 1; 
Plav Cast; Jr. Play Prod. 
Sr. Play Cast; Sr. Play 
Staff; Mixed Chorus 2,4; 
Club 1,2; Auto Club 2; 
For Boys 3. 



OiuTTT, Jack 

"SNIFF" 
"Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble. 
Brown-eyed Jackie has no double" 

IliY: Football 1.2.3.4. Letter- 
u inner 1.4; Baseb.-ill 1. Letterwin- 
ner 1 : Movie Club 1 ; Hall Guard 
Capt. 4; Quarterback Club 2.3,4; 
liaskctb.-ill Club 3; Letterman's 



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Orlando, Annette 

"ANNETTE" 



FrieiKishi]) Chib 1,2; Eur 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 4; Jr. 
Prod. Staff; Prom Conim. 4 
.iorette Club 2.3,4; Ma.iorett( 
Letterwinner 4; Choir 1 ; Sr. 
inet : Sinsing For Fun Cluli 



OsBiRN, Joan 

"JOANIE" 

"Someone worth knowing, 
Her good qualities keep growing" 

Entered from Manatee Cnuiity 
High in 1953. Prince of Peare 2; 
Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2; 
Megaphone Club 2,4; Cheerleader 
1,2, Letterwinner 1; Choir 4; So- 
cial Dancing 3; Sinking For Fun 
Club 4; Sr. Play Ca,?t. 



Palazzo, Sally 

"SAL" 

"In reading she does find 
Things good for an alert mine 

Friendship Club 1 ; Embroide 
Club 1 ; Home Nursing Club 
Knitting Club 3: Square Danci 
Club 4. 



Panty, JANirK. 

"Never a care, 
She and happiness i 



Papes, Martin 

"MARTY" 

"Here is a boy 
Full of joy." 

HiY Squires 1.2.3,. 
Ping Pong Club 3, 
Club 2. 




Papouras, Michael 

"MIKE" 



strong and he 



lick." 



student Council 1.2; Hi-Y Regents 
3 4 Bovs Leaders 1 ; Euclidian 
Bus Staff 4; Foolliail 1.2.3.4. Let- 
tei« inner 1,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. 
Leltei winner 1.4; Ba-idia:i 1.2. 
Letterwinner 1; Quarteilia-li Club 
1 2 Letterman's Club 3,4 



Pakatore, Frank 



P. a. Tech. 1; PA. Announcer! 
Gem Hunters Club 2; Dancing 



Park, Donald 



Hi-Y Lords 3.4. Pres. 3: Bas 
ball 4; P.A. Announcer 1; Roui 
Table Club 3; Baseball Club 4. 



Parker, 


Richard 




"DICK" 








"Life of the 


party. 






Not snooty 


— not a 


marty 




Hi-Y Knigl 


ts 2,3, 


Squii 


es 4 


Euclidian B 


us. Staff 


4; 


Survex 


Edit. Staff 


4; Footb 


all 1, 


'. Let 


terwinner 1 ; 


Basketb 


11 2; 


Wrest 


ling 1, Lett 


^rwinner 


1; Tr 


ick 1 


.Tr. Play Ca 


St; Jr. 


Play 


Prod 


Staff; Sr. 


Play Cas 


t; Si 


. Plaj 


Prod. Staff; 


P.A. An 


nounc 


er 2.3 


4; Football 


Club 2; 


Dram 


a Club 



I'arh, Constance 

"CONNIE" 

"Attention folks — look who'; 
That cute lil' gal who mal 



us 



Friendship Club 1.2.3,4, Pres. of 
Sr. Chapter; Sr. Homecoming At- 
tendant : G.A.A. 1.2; Megaphone 
Club 1,2,3,4: Cheerleader 1.2,3,4, 
Letterwinner 1,3,4, Capt. 4; Choir 
1 : Singing For Fun Club 2. 



Patkick, Margaret 

"PEG" 



iiishii. Club 2,3; Kiulidi 
Staff 4; Choir 1 ; Eiu-.ivi. 
Ill Club 4. 



Pedeksox, Gerald 

"PETE" 



Pembertox, Mary 

"PEM" 

"The seeds of friendships, she has 

She will never be olone." 

Friendship Club 2.3,4; liuclidiun 
Bus. Stuff 4; Ct.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Let 
lerwiniier 1; Hookey Team 1,3,4; 
Jr. Phiv Prod. Staff; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Choir 1; Glee Club 3.4; 
A.t Club 3,4; Red Cross 4; llusic 
For Fun Club 2; Shorthand For 
Fun Club 3; Hall Guard 3. 



Peters, Gerai,i) 

"JERRY" 

"His friendships are growing yet. 
His personaTty we'll not forget." 



Petrofes, Evelyx 

"EVIE" 



To have s 

Friendship 



Club 2; O.. 
; Prom Cot 
Club 1,2,3,4; 
1; Glee 



Ch 






"*1W 


PuiLi^ii'.s, Mildred 


^ 




"MILLIE" 


i 


i 


"A pretty girl is like a melody, 
Sweet ond lovely for one to see" 

.studi-nt Couiuil 1; F.T.A. ;!.4, 
Vice Pres. 4; Friendship Club 
2,3; G,L.C. 1; Surve.v Edit. Staff 
4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hoekey Team 4; 
.Jr. Play Cast; Megaphone Club 
2 ; Choir 1 ; Red Cross 1 ; Art Club 
2; Pinochle Club 2; Partv Games 
Club 3; Spanish Club 4. 



PiccioTTi, Arthur 



"Easy going. 




Ecsy knowing." 




Nafl Honor Society 


4 ; Hi-Y 


Lords Chaplain 3; Ba 


nd 1,2,3,4, 


Letterwinner 3; Senioi 


Officer 4 ; 


P. A. Tech. 1 ; Ping Po 


ng Club 1; 


Round Table Club 2; 


iames Club 


4; Track 4. 





I'liktc'hwait. Jaxice 

"JAN" 

"She is o delight 
To hove in sight." 

Friendship Club 1; G.A.A. 1; 
Plav Prol. Staff; Choir 1.2; 
Cabinet 4; Madrigals 3,4; 
iHM-hle Club 2; Music For 
Clul) 3. 



Porter, Rohert 

■BOB" 

"He likes to lough — but still 
He is very strong of will." 

Entered from Cathedral Latir 
1952. Football 1,2.3, Letter 
ner 1; Quarterback Club 4. 



I'o roe AR, Carol 

"CAROL" 



'pmnra 



I 



i>pntorB 



Powell, Mary Ellex 

"M.E.P." 
"The right one hos come along, 
Making life a hoppy song." 

Fiie.Hlship I'lul. -J : SurvfV E.lit 
Stiiff :i.4: Choir 1.-J,;l.4; Glee Club 
:S.4 ; Madrigals 2 ; Jr. Cabinet ; 
Singing For Fun 2; Latin Clul) 1 ; 
Steering Comm 4, 



Raguoiu;, Roheut 

■•BAGS" 

"You ore sure to enjoy 
The personolity of this boy.' 

Survey Edit. Staff 4; Pr.i"i d 
3: P. A. Tech, 1; Sr. Cabinet 



Rahz, Thom.ks 

■■TOM" 



"Quiet though he may be. 
He is friendly you will see.' 



Hi-Y Lords 3,4; 
Drawing Club 4. 



Rafth, Mauilyn 

■■MARILYN" 

"She is chorming. 
And not ot oil alarming." 

PTA 2,3; Friendship Club 2,3, 
4- Euclidian Bus. Staff 2,3,4; 
Survey Bus. Staff 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
Dancing Club 2; Music For Fun 
Club 2: Pinochle Club 3; Woud 
Working Club 4. 



Reeves, Kayanx 

"KAY" 
"Her deeds ore good. 
She does what she should." 

Friendship Club 2,3,4; li.A.A. 
2,3,4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; Sr. 
Play Prod. Staff; Prom Comiii. 
3,4; Glee Club 3; Movie Club 4; 
Home Nursing Club 2; Daiicins 
Club 3; Bridge Club 4, 




Reiteh, I,E0XAR1) 

"LENNY" 



Richie, Dei.ores 




■■DOLLY" 




"On this we will ogree. 
She is as nice as she 


can be. 


Eutei-el from Minneso 
Fiien.'shiv Club 3; Eu 
Staff 3,4; G.A.A. 3; 
Club 3; Music For F 
Pinochle Club 4. 


a in 19 
lidian E 
Megaph 
lu Club 



RlTTEXBEUG, ChARI.ES 
■■CHUCK" 



"Though this boy 
Upon him we cai 



quiet and shy, 
rely." 



RUFEXER, JoAX 
"JOANNIE" 

"Noturolness is her virtue. 
She is herself the whole doy 
through," 

Friendship Club 2,3; Choir :! 
Glee Club 2.4; Dancing Club 
Hall Guard Capt. 3,4. 



Sanger. Doris 
■■daisy mae'' 



Play Prod. Staff; Choir 1; 
■ie Club 4 ; Y'Teen 1 ; Music 
Fun Club 2; Pinochle Club 3; 

rni Clul) 4. 



San'tay, Dorothy 

"DOT" 

"Always snappy, 
She'll make you happy." 

Frieiuisliii) Club 3; Ku.liilii 
.Staff 4 ; EuL-uyo 3 ; Charm 



ScHARLAu, William 

"BILL" 

"He wears o bashful look. 
Printing is his only book." 

Chess Club 2.3 ; Cribbage Club 4 ; 
Stamp Club 1. 



ScHLAucH, Janet 

"JANET" 

"A sweet gal, 
A real pal." 

Spelling Club 
Music- 
Club 1 



Pun Club 2: 



SCHMALZ, MarILYX 
' 'MAR' ' 

"Pleasure she will give 
As long as she will live." 

Friendship Club 2,3; Ct.A.A. 2; 

Choir 1 : Canasta Club 2 : Pinochle 

Club 3; Bridge Club 3: Dancing 
Club 4. 



ScHOLLE, Roger 

"EOG" 

"All his accomplishments ore done 
with ease. 
In him alone it's natural to 
please." 

Entered from Cleveland Heights 
High School 1952. Nat'l Honor 
Society 4; Jr. Play Prod. Staff; 
Band 3,4, Letterwinner 4; Paint- 
ing and Drawing Clubs 3; Scale 
and Triangle Club 4. 




ScHUI/rZ, RlCHAUIl 

"JASBO" 

"Born to be tunny. 
His life will be sunny." 

Hi-Y R.-Kt-nts 4; Bovs Leaders 2. 
:;.4; Wrestling 4; Baseball 2.3; 
Poise For Boys Club 2; Pinochle 
Club 3; Wrestling Club 4. 



ScHWEIZER, Sl'SAX 
"SUE" 

"The measure of her life is 
thought. 
She has a quality that can't be 
bought." 

Friendship Club 3; G.A.A, 3; 
Choir 1 ; Y-Teen 1 ; Social Danc- 
ing Club 2; Pinoclile Club 3; 
Cliarni Club 4. 



SkA.MAX, P',1)WAK1I 
■ED" 

"He shines from within. 
He'll always win." 

Swim Club 3,4; Swimming 2,3,4, 
Letterwinner 4; Gem Hunter's 
<'iul. 1 : Tumbling Club 2. 



Secoxdo, Richard 

"RICH" 



lli-Y Nobles 4: Poise For Bovs 
Club 2; Auto Wise Club 2; Out- 
doors Club 4. 



Sheppart, Albert 

■SHEP" 

"Born to ploy and ploy he will! 
Long into the future he'll be 
drumming still." 

Band 1,2,3,4, Board of Directors 
4, Letterwinner 4: Orchestra 1,2, 
3,4; Glee Club 4; Ukelele Club 
2,3; Track Club 2; Ballroom 
Dancing 4; Prom Comm. 4. 



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Sheulock, Hei.ex 

"HELEN" 

"As she leaves school days behind 
Contentment and joy she will 
find." 

Entered from East High in 1952. 
Friendship Club 3,4; Glee Club 
4; Pinochle Club 3: Games Club 



Shirk, Harold 

"HAL" 



Football 1.2,3; Basketball 1 : 
Ba,seball 1,4: Choir 2.3,4; Or 
chestra 1; Glee Club 3,4; Dh.ic 
ing Club 1. 



SiRX, George 

"GEORGE" 

"Ambition finds such joy 
For this quiet and obie boy." 

XafI Honor Societ.v 3,4; Studi-iil 
Council 2,3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, 
Exec. Board 3,4; Hi-Y Monarch.s 
4; Basketball 1.2.3,4, Letterwin- 
ner 4; Baseball 1,2; Key Club 2, 
3.4. Sec'y 4; Diamond Sports 
C;ub 2; Basketball Club :1.4. 



Skixxer, Johx 

' 'JOHNNY' ' 



Hi-Y Monarchs 4, Vice Pres. 
Survey Edit. Staff 4; Tenuis 
4, Letterwinner 4 ; Choir '. 
Movie Club 2,3,4; Sr. Ca))ii 
Key Club 4; Biologv Cluh 
Math Club 3. 



Skodi.ar, Christine 

"CHRIS" 



"Full of smil 
This gol is 



nd fun, 
iendly o 



l.lciit 



N'at'l Honor Society :i 
Council 1,2,3,4, Sec': 
Board 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3,4, Pres. Exec, Board 
4; G,L,C, 1,4; Euclidian Bus. 
Staff 3; Survey Bus. Staff 3; 
G.A.A. 2.3.4; Hockey Team 4; 
.Ir. Play Prod. Staff; Glee Club 4. 




SkRAXC, DOXALI) 
"DON" 



Football 1; Basketball 1.2.3.4; 
Tennis 1 : World Affair< t'lub 1 ; 
Football Club 1 : Basketball Club 



Si.oxAKER, Robert 



"In high school he did have fu 
In h'gh school, friends he's won 



Hi-Y Xobles 4; Ji 
Staff, Biology Club 
Club 4. 



Sluga, Koxai.u 

"SLUGGO" 

"Handsome and shy. 
He's quite the guy." 



Plav Prol. 
Ping Pong 



1,4, Letterwinner 1 : 
Band 1 ; Sr. Cabinet ; 
Fun Club 1,2; Wrest- 



S.MALT/, MaRCIA 

"She proves when all is said ond 
done. 
That just being happy is a lot of 
fun." 

Xat'l Forensic League 3; Survey 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 2.3; Friend- 
ship Club 2,3; G.L.C. 1; Band 1, 
2,3.4; Choir 4; Eucuyo 1; Dance 
Club 1 ; Home Nursing Club 2 ; 
llusic For Fun Club 3 ; Bridge 
Club 3. 



Smith, Barbar.\ 

"BABS" 



fifty-eight 



Smith, Janms 




"JAN" 




'A merry heort goes all day 
In a sweet manner, a sweet 


w 


Fviindshil> Club •2.;i,4. Sim' 
Euflidian Bu-'. Stuff 4; S 
Bus, Staff 4; G.A.A, 2.3; 
Cabinet ; Music For Fun Ck 


b 



Smith, Ralph 



Squires 2.:i.4; Cboir 
lie Club 2; Golf Cub 
ors Club 4. 



Smith, Robert 

■^BOB" 

"Nothing impossible to a willing 
heart. 
He finishes everything thot he 
does start." 

Nat'l Forensic League :l.4 ; Hi-Y 
Nobles 3,4, Pres. 4; Euclidian 
Edit. Staff 4; Football Mgr. 1, 
Letterwinner 1 ; Basketball Mgr. 
1, Letterwinner 1; Baseball Mgr. 
1. Letterwinner 1 ; Jr. Play Cast ; 
Jr. Plav Prod. Staff; Prom Conim. 
2,3; Choir 1,2,4; World Affairs 
Club 3,4; Treas. 3; Pres. 4; Sr. 
Plav Cast. 



Snider, James 

"JIM" 



Hi-Y Nobles 4; Golf 2; Jr. Pla; 
Prol. Staff; Choir 2,3,4; Movi 
Club 1; Biology Club 2; Gol 
Club 2 ; rkelele Club 3 ; Outdoor 
Club 4. 



SoDJA, Patricia 

"PAT" 

"A high stepping leader. 
Happiness will surely greet her." 

Student Council 4; Friendslii|. 
Club 2,3; Euclidian Bus. Staff 4. 
Treas. 4; G.A.A. 2; Prom Comm. 
3; Ma.iorette Club 2,3,4, Pre.s. 4; 
Majorette 3,4, Capt. 4, Letter- 
winner 4; Music For Fun Club 2; 
Pinochle Club 3; Charm Club 4. 




Si'EIIL, flAME.S 

"SQUIRREL" 
"Whenever I am feeling blu 



sing 

:i.4: C 



Chu 
Affairs Clu 
Bound Tabl 
Fun Club 2, 



Spice, Jean 

"JEAN" 

"To us it's clear, 
She is sincere." 



Club 4: Woria 
•MiidiigaKs 3,4; 



S'I'A.XLKY, .loHX 

"DICK" 
"His nome is John, we call hii 
Dick, 
A nicer guy we cannot pick." 



Staples, Carol 

"STAPS" 

"On the field she led the way. 
Always carefree, bright, and goy" 

student Council 3; Priend'hip 
<'liib 2,3; G.L.C. 1; Euclidian 
Bus. Staff 2,3,4, Advertising mgr. 
4 ; Survey Edit. Staff 2 ; Survey 
Bus. Staff 2; G.A.A. 1,2.3,4; Sr, 
Play Prod, Staff; Ma,iorette Club 
2,3,4, Pres. 4; Majorette 3,4, 
C:.p(. 4. Letterwinner 4; Cheer- 
leader 1 ; Choir 1,2,3,4. 



Stegh, Ai)AM 
"ADAM" 



"You will find our 'Stegh' 
Has a very pleasing way.' 



'nunrH 



/ 



fifty-nine 



f 



'putnra 



Stokks, Thojias 








•STOKER 










"T 


am doesn't 
fun. 


take 


tro 


ck just 


for 


H 


e hasn't a 


car 50 


he 


has to 


run" 


Hi 


V .Monarc 


hs 4: 


Track I.L 


.3,4. 


Co 


Capt. 1, 


Capt. 


4, 


Lettei 


win- 


nei 


1,2,3,4; 


Swim 


ming 3,4, 


Let- 


lei 


winner 4 


Pi< 


ni 


Comm 


4; 


Mo 


vie Club 1 


2,3.4, 


Pre 


s. 1,4, 


Vice 


I'les. 3 ; Key 


Club 


3.4; 


Eucu> 


4; 


l):i 


ue Club 


1; T 


ack 


Club 


2,3; 


(.;i 


lies Club 


4. 








S-1 


ONE. E 
EDIE" 


DITH 








"A 


senior go 










A 


quiet pal 










Fr 


emlship 


Club 


1.2 


3,4; 


Re:l 


Cr 


ss -J.M: n 


andin 


aft 


Club : 





Sl'OI'AK, HeDWIG 

"HEDDY" 

"It is her way to please, 
All things she does with ease." 

Friendship Club 3 ; Euclidii 

IJus, .Staff 2; Music For Fi 

Club 2,3; Cames Clubs; .Scrvi 
Club 1. 



Stkom, Axxette 

"ANNIE" 

"A girl who joined our clas 
year, 
A girl so sweet, so very de 



SrcH, Naxcy 

"NAN" 



Fiitcre.l fr.iiii West High 
in 1»,S2. K,«d Cross 3; 
Club 4. 




SwETEL, Richard 

"DICK" 



high school life 
cceed in ony strife" 



ihs 4; ,Tr. P 



.Staff; Prom 
Glee Club 1 ; 
Chess Club 4. 



lav Prod 
Choir 3 
Club 3 



'J'ekaxcic, Axthoxy 

"TONY" 



TExrLER. William 

"MOOSE" 

"You'll know him by the way he 
walks. 
The way he smiles, the way he 



Hi-V Regents 
Letterwinner 
Stage Crew 4 



4; Football 1.2.3.4. 



'V 


ESCHKE, 


Graham 






"CRACKER" 






"H 


is perfect n 
grace 


onners, ct 


orm 


and 


Will win him 


friends i 


n every 




place." 








St 


ident Cour 


cil 1.4; 


Tre 


s. of 


•Tr 


Class; H 


-Y Monar 


eh 1 


.2.3,4. 


Tr 


eas. 2. Vic 


e Pres. 2 


, Pr 


es. 4: 


Sw 


im Club L 


.3,4. Sec 


y 3 


: Eu 


clidian Edit. 


Staff 4; 


Eu 


lidian 


Bi 


s. Staff 4 


Survey 


Edit. 


Staff 


4; 


Basketball 


1, Lette 


rwini 


er 1 : 


S\\ 


imming 2,3,4, Letteri 


vinner 3.4; 


Te 


inis 4; N. 


V.S.S. 3,4 







Tewell, Dolores 

"DEE" 

"Life's so gay, never a care. 
Do what you wish or what you 

Friendship Club 1,2,3; Girls 
Leaders 1,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2.3.4; 
Hockey Team 1.2; Choir 1; Glee 
Club ]; Kucuyo 1; Dancing Club 



Thomas, Ted 
■terrible" 

"Our Ted is jolly ond gay, 
And he plans to stay thot 



Thompson', Chauxcy 

•BUD" 

"We know why his friendships rise, 
He's nice to ail, both gals and 
guys." 

Stiuleiit Couiuil 2; Hi-Y 1: Sur 
vey Bus. Staff 2: Pinoihle Clul. 
2,3: Ping Piiiii; Club 4. 



Todd, N 


ANCY 








TODDY 








"A 
W 


cute Ml' 
elcomed 
any plac 


gal with 
any wher 


a smi 
>, any 


ing face 
time. 


Student Council 4 
Club 1,2.3.4: G.L.C. 
Edit. Staff 4: Euclid 
3; G.A.A. 1,2.3.4: 
1 : Jr. Play Prod. St 
Club 3 : Choir 1 : Gl 


Friendship 
1: Euclidian 
an Bus. Staff 
Hockey Team 
iff: Majorett-- 
ee Club 4. 



rroMC, Tommy 

'KAT" 

TDon't let books interfere with 
education. 
Life is one, big, happy vacation." 



Euclidian 
Ballrc 



Edit. Staff 2: Euc 



rORTOIUCI, 


I. 


GUIS 






"TORCHIE' 










'Easy come, e 
Drifting along 


jsy 

to 


go, 

and 


fro 




Hi-T Regents 1 
Pong Club 3 : 


: ( 

Pin 


ulf CI 
jchle 


ub 
Clu 


2 
b 




Ti'MiiiiY, .Joanne 

■'JO" 

"The right thing at the right time. 
Up the ladder of happiness she'll 
climb." 

l''iiiMidslii|j club 1.2,3.4: G.A.A. 1 ; 
Jr. Play Prod. Staff: Prom Com- 
mittee 3,4; Majorette Club 2; 
Choir 1 ; Sr. Cabinet ; Jr. Cabi- 
net. 



TWKED, SrSAN 
■■SUZIE" 



onolity and laughter, 
ndship ever after." 



Xat'l Honn: 



ty 3.4; Student 

;il 2,3.4, E.\ec. Board 3.4; 

dship Club 2.3,4; Survey 
Staff 3,4: Majorette Club 
Letterwinner 4; Majorette 

Choir 1,2,3,4: Glee Club 4; 

Cross 1,2; Charm Club 4; 

K Sports (^ueen 4. 



I 'l, MANN, K< 


llEliT 


■■BOB" 




"Whatever come 
He'll never lose 


in future days, 
his quiet ways." 


Hi-Y 2.:i; SHiiiu 
3: Band 1: Stag 
(■lull :i. 


iliiK -Msr, 3; Golf 



iiANKAH, Frances 

■•FAYE" 

Foye 



gay. 



1.2, 



Ch 



dship Club 2.3; G.A.A 

Dance Club 2; Musi 
Fun Club 2,3; Games Club 3 
ni Club 4. 



\'an Scodku, Cauoi, 

•■SCOTTER" 

"Full of pep and go, 
No time for worry or for 

F T A 4 : 
G L C 1, 1 
1.2,3.4, Le 
Team 1,3,4 
(ilee Club 
Club 



'lub 



.3.-1; 



Euc 
Inb 3. Hon 



er 1 ; G.A.A. 
1 ; Hockey 
Prod. Staff; 
i: Red Cross 
Party Games 
iig Club 3. 



i>FninrB 



/ 



liixty-one 



7 



i>?ntorfi 



Ventka, Joannk 

"She went through school life 
Without worry, without strife.' 



\ ESl'K, IIaYMOXD 
"EAY" 

"P'ck of the crop. 
He is the top." 

Nat'l Honor Sofiety 4; Student 
Council 4; Sr. Class Pres.; Euclid- 
ian Edit. Staff 4; Survey Edit. 
Staff 3.4. Ci-Sport^ Edit.; Sr. 
Play Piod. Staff; Boys State :; : 
Sr. Cabinet; Bookstore 3,4; Ihitli 
dull :l; (icilf Cluli :i. 



\'ll)MAlt, NaDJA 
"COWBOY" 

"Swim or draw — that's what she 
likes to do. 
But she always finds time for I 
'Lou'." 

Kriendshi]! Chi)) 2.:l.4; C.L.C. 
Letterwinncr 1 : Swim Club :i 
Vice-Pres. 4; CA.A. 2.:l: Art CI 
2; Dame Club 2: Suini CiuU- 



Walen.sa, Dol.OUES 

"DEE" 

"She remained true 
The whole year through." 

Nat'l Honor Society 4; Friend- 
ship Club 1,2,3,4; G.L C. 3,4; 
Euclidian EJit. Staff 3,4; Survey 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; 
Hockey Team 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Ctlee Club 4; Dancing- Club 2; 
Service Club 1; Steering Conim. 4. 



Walk LET, Mekceh 

•MERK" 
"Today— SI 



IT— toll 



fan 



Nafl Ho 



Cou 



:il 3,4. Vice-Pr 



Board 4 ; Survey 



Bu 



4, Exec. 
Staff 3; 



Basketball 1,3,4, Letterwinner 1 ; 
Baseball 1, Letterwinner 1 ; Ten 
nis 2; Choir 1; Key Club 2.3,4; 
Eucuyo 3 ; Basketball 3,4. 




Walter, Charles 

"CHtrCK" 

"Count the girl lucky 
Who gets our 'Chucky'." 

Hi-Y Cavaliers 1.2. Rege 
Fotiiall 1. Letterwinner 
ketball 1.2. Letterwinner 
ball 1. Letterwinner 1; T 
Band 1.2,3,4, Letterwii 
Choir 4; Orchestra 1,3; 
Club 2 ; Quarterback Club 
ketball Club 3; Ping Po 
4: Sr. Plav Cast. 



'arholic, William 

"ELMER" 



better guy th 



es.; Hi-Y Regent 
lit. Staff 3,4 



Bill!" 

Jr. Clas 
3; Sur 



,,-, ^„ Edit. — Sports 
3.4, Co-Capt. 4, Let- 
Basketball 



iwmner 3.4: BasketOall 1; 
resiling 3,4, Co-Capt. 4. Letter- 
inner 3.4; Track 3: Football 
ub 3.4; Wrestling Club 3.4: 

,is,. Fnv Hi.vs 9 



Watkixs, Mary 

' 'MARY' ' 

"Cute and friendly is this one. 
For her school a lot she's done." 

Friendship Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3; 
P. A. Tech. 2.3,4, Treas. 3, Sec'v 
4: JIu ic For Fun Club 2; Time 
Cut Club 3. 



Watsox, Kexxeth 

"KEN" 

"Sound the trumpets, beat the 
drums — 
Hail, the conquering hero comes." 

Boys Leaders 1 ; Swim Club 2 : 
Football 1.2,3,4, Letterwinner 1,2, 
3,4; Capt. 1, Co-Capt. 4; Basket- 
hall 1.2. Letterwinner 1; Base- 
hall 1. Letterwinner 1; Choir 1.2; 
Football Club 2,3,4; Pinochle 
Club 2; NASS 4. 



Watts, Mariax 

"MARIAN" 

"The sparkle in her eye 
Makes many people sigh." 

Frendship Club 2,3 ; Prom Co 
3 ; Pinochle Club 2 ; Music 
Fun Club 3 ; Charm Club 4. 



AVehh, Geneva 

"DEE DEE" 

"She's never sod, she' 
She's always happy, 



ii-nilshii) flub 2,:i; lO.Rliiliiiii 
s. Staff 3,4; Survey Uus, Stuff 
G.A.A. 2: Ping Pong Club 4; 
isii' For Pun Club 3; Rummy 



Weir, Gary 

"GARY" 



But 



athlete plays to win, 
with a friendly grin." 



Hi-Y Regents 3.4; F.oys I 
:i; Survey Edit. Staff 4; 
ling 2,3.4, Letterwinner 4; 
I ■! 1,2,3,4: Sr. Cabinet; 
C!uh 2; Diamond Sport.s C 
3,4; Wrestling Club 3,4. 



Weishnei{. Charlotte 

"CHUCKIE" 



"Extreme, it's true 
But extremely nic 



riendship Club 
taff 4, Sec'v 4; 
rt Club 3. 



ce, too." 

t High in 19.52. 
4 ; Survi.y Bus. 
Fencing Club 4 ; 



Welsh, James 

"JIM" 



student Council 

1.4; Basketball 

Golf 3; Stage Ci 

I Club 4; Golf Clu 



Whitaker, Dox; 

"WOODY" 



With 



plu 



o friendly guy, 
that's never dry." 



Entered from St. Joseph Hig'i 
School in 1952. Swimming 3,4. 
Leltprwinner 4; Golf 3; .Jr. Plav 
Prod. Staff: Ad. Club 3,4; World 
Affairs Club 3; Golf Club 3; Out- 
door.s Club 4; Steering Comm. 4. 




White, Wayne 

"SPIDER" 

"A lot of friends he has made 
Because cheerfulness he dis- 

Student Council 1 ; Band 
Games Club 1 ; Pinochle Club 1 
Outdoors Club 4, Pres. 4. 



Weirman, Jack 

"JACK" 



2ver be lonely." 

id Triangle 4; Gem Club 3. 



Williams, Carole 

"CAROLE" 

"She has intelligence we will find, 
A highly learned and educoted 
mind." 

l'>ieMd>hip Club 3.4; G.A.A. 1.2. 

:i : Choir 1; Glee Club 4; Red 

Cross Club :).4: Shorthand For 
Fun 2; Steering Comm. 4. 



Williams, Jane 

"JANE" 

"She lives each day 
In the quietest woy." 

Friendship Club 1 : Choir 1 : Y- 
Teen 1 : Embroidery Club 2,3 ; 
l)o(^k Club 4. 



^VILLI.\Ms, Ronald 

"RON" 



Basketball 3; Choir 4; Baske 
ball Club 3.4. 



i>ntinrB 



/ 



f 



irntorH 



WiLsox, Bevekly 

"SAM" 

"Pep and fun, 
A spirited one." 

Friendshi]) Club 2; G.L.C. 1: 
G.A.A. 2,3,4; Hockey Team 2: 
Glee Club 4; Bed Cross 1; Home 
Nursing Club 1 ; DaueinR Club 1 ; 
Music For Fun Clul) 3 : Cllarm 
Club 4. 



Wiltshire, Rodert 

"WILLIE" 

"Five-foot-nine, 
Mighty fine." 

Swimmins 3; Choir 4; Sr. 
net 4; Chess Club 3; Auto 
Club 2. 



\VlNM)ER, LaTT 

"LATT" 

"He alwoys come througli 
For the gold and the blue." 

Entered from Royal Oak, Mich. 
1952. Basketball 3.4, Letters 
ner 3,4; Capt. 4; Track 3; B 
ketball Club 2,3. 



WoiiiHixGTOx, Donald 

"RED" 



oil." 



Hi-Y 



Squires 3: 
Plav Prod. Staff; 
Camera Club 3; T 
Outdoors Club 4, 



otball 1 ; 
ee Club 
,-el Cub 



Iken 



Eyes 
Ever 


of blue 
true." 










tude 
; P 
ius. 

Ilub 


nt Council 3 ; 
iendship Club 2 
Staff 4; G.A.A 
Fun Club 2,3 
4; Charm Club 


Cli 
3 

4. 


.SS Otti 

Euclid 
,;i; Mu 
Woodcr 




Yarctsko, Gerald 

' 'JERKY' ' 

"A stor found 
On the pitching mound." 

Football 2; Basketball 2; Bas 
ball 1,2,3,4, Letterivinner 4; Di 
mond Sports Club 3,4; Quartf 



Yeary, I.EROY 
"LEE" 

"Strong in will, 
LeRoy fits the bill." 

Xafl Honor Society 3.4. Pres. 
Student Council 3; Hi-Y Monarc 
4; Euclidian Bus. Staff 2.3. 
Survey Bus. Staff 2; Football 
Lctterwinner 1 : Basketball 
Cross Country 3 ; Track 1,2.3. 
Letterwinner 1.3; Band 1,2.3. 
Board of Directors 1,2,3, Seni 
Officer. 



YoFKo, Mary Jaxe 

"JAY" 

"Here's to 'Joy' 
She's really okay." 

Friend.«hip Club 2,3; Ei 
Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1,2; 
1 ; Modern Dance 1 ; Mus 
Fun Club 2,3,4; Woodwor: 
3 ; Charm Club 4. 



Zaletel, Victor 

"VIC" 



As through life you go.' 



Zayai'z, Axastazi.^ 

"STACET" 

"Bad language or abuse 
Is something that she never 



Xafl Honor Society 
ship Club 1.3.4; Jr 
Staff ; Red Cross 
Dance Club 2; Wood 



y Pro. 
Mode 
ng Clu 



^lEGLEU, LeOXAUI) 
LENNT" 



person 



he likes to ploy 
rity that's bright 



Squires 2,3.4. Sec'y :l. Vice 
4; Band 1; Pinoehle Club 2; 
Club 3: Canasta Club 3; 
and Triangle Club 4. Vice- 



'ii.ic, Mary Lor 

LOU" 



endship Club 2.3: G.L.C. 1: 
■lidian Bus. Staff 4; G.A.A. 1. 
Prom Comm. 4: Megaphone 
b 1.2.3; Cheerleader 1,2; 
lir 1.2,4; Sr. Cabinet; Dance 
'lub 2; Music For Fun Club 2. 




MKucriiio, Chahi.es 

"JERRY" 

"A smile so bright, 
Is always right." 

lAunvi, 2; Pino. -111. • Club 3; Sing- 
iiiK For Fun 4. 



AIedax, Merle Ann 



"She coi 
A girl 



to us from Mentor High 
quiet and so shy." 



F.ntcred fron 



Ekhenkerger, James 

"IKE" 

"We first heard his name 
When by his piono he won foi 

Fo(.tl)all 2; Choir 1.2,4. 



Not JPirtnrr^ 



KozEi., Kenneth 

"LUCKY" 



Football 1. Letterwinner 1 ; Bas- 
ketball 1, Letterwinner 1 : Base- 
ball 1.2, LetterM-inner 1 ; Golf 
3,4, Letterwinner 3. 



S.-\iiTii, Ukadlev 

"BRAD" 

"Don't anger a patient mon 
He does all that he con." 

Choir 1; Red Cross 1,2: Math. 
Club 3,4; Gem Cutting Club 2. 



London, Charles 

"CHUCK" 



"Shy, 
Guy." 



\'lLLAFANE, JaY 



Who's faults 



ixty-five 



Carpender, Ronald 

"He mode friends, many not few 
He now journeys into something 



Miller, Barbara Early' 



"A pleasant smile, a sweet w 
Having fun day after day." 



>pnt0rB 



I. 



^^M^^Mv^^t^^X^ 



MuBt Attrarliup 

Bill Warholic und Carolyn ^losall. a charniin<r couple at the Sweetheart liall. 





Kay Vespe and Joanne Lacey looking to the future in appropriate 
surroundings. 

Most 31ntfUrrtual 



Mast lOtkgly (^d i>urrpg^ ^^ 




Mast iiumnrnuB 



UarliiU'H Jfuikc and Dick Scluiltz "reai-i-anii'ini)" F'dx's window display. 







I 




1 ^ 


^B 1 ^"^IP^^^ 


^Bl 1 ^^^ 




F 


■p j j^ 




Sr 



rn 






A 




^^ianHg|^^^^^H||^fl 



Bill Warholic and Marilyn Brcskvar enjoying a game (if howling. 



£ 




H 




umnra 



Baan tfye^'U turn tl|e last mtm an tlje 






b^- ^ 



p» 



A 




JUNIOR CLASS SPONSOE 



Mrs. Hpieii Stfwurt, siJoneor, to celebvute 
the Homecoming game. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICEES 
M.il.ine, \ M e ini-Milent; Don .Smilli. i.,i 
)\ei Eiuliil's ihanees before the Home 



Not oiii- fir.st year, and vet, not our last, we, the juniors 
of 195.')-1954, can look back on memories and look ahead 
to the future. As juniors we will long remember the junior 
party, the Bunny Hop, the Junior Assembly, the National 
Honor Installation, "Meet Me In St. Louis," the high light 
of the year, the Junior Pi-oni — the Apple Blossom liall . . . 
Spauldings . . . sports . . . The Sweetheart Ball . . . cram- 
ming for exams . . . tile Heights game . . . Student Council 
elections . . . tlie King Hop . . . being the highest rated class 
in Mr. Owen's Tuesday morning tests . . . the days school 
was called off because of snow . . . and "Fireman, Save My 
C'hikl." . . . With these memories tucked awav in our past, 
we look ahead to next year when we shall be "The Seniors". 



(EbBB at 195 



i, 





HOMEROOM 


112 






Mrs. 


Stewart 






Front Row: B 


arbar, 


C 


izn 


adia. 


.1.1, in Clark. Con 


lie B 


rad> 


Elaine 


Hviidner. Xani-\ 


Bei 


ttie 




Bettv 


Bro.is. Mari'iii 


Cliris 


to,ih 


er. 


Ro- 


herta Case. 










Second Row: R 


ussell 


Bo> 


er, 


Wil- 


Ham Brew. Jo 


Cocc 


ia, 


Ca 


rolyn 


Carlton, Doreeu 


Chin 


11, 


Ma 


iorie 


CiilenKui, Richar 


d Bn 


rrow 


s. 


Mrs. 


.•Stewart. 










Third Row: Bill 


Bran 


id. 


R;'\ 


Bu- 


/aufki. Richard 


Koss. 


Ga> 


V Gund- 


ling. Dave Join 


ston 


Da\ 


id 


Bnr- 


val, Panl Broxvi 


. Ho« 


ard 


Br 


ooks. 


Ualph Carlson, 










Camera Shy: Ch 


ris 01 


restoff. 


Ken 


I'lickenger, Bill 


Foley. 


Jin 


T 


lylor. 


Pat Molder, Prai 


cis Dietri 


■k. 


Mar- 


U-ne Calveit, Su 


e Ritt 


er. 







seventy-four 








HOMEROOM 204 








Miss Le 


mon 




rront 


Row: L 


,.,,,,; 


C.inkl 


ing. .(an- 


.■1 


Coi 


i.er, V,- 


i-.i l') 


IDio. 


Margaret 


1) 


liWU 


jdie, M 


llgie 


Dirk, 


Phrania 


B 


dgo, 


d, Mar. 




Weed. 


Deanna 


Cc 


ok. 










Second 


Row: 


Marv 


Dfrbii 


urn, Ann 


.M 


iric 


( '(i.\. 


.\.lii 


'line 


DiCenzo, 


( '; 


Kll C 


raiK, I'l 


t l>o 


an, P. 


t Combs. 


1^ 


|'Ij:ii 


:i C.sUi 


.Mis 


s Lem 


on. 


Third 


Row: 


Ri 


hard 


Collins, 


(•' 


.11 Ih 


s Hiumo 


n, Jo 


e Corner. Larry 


< ■ 


llnii. 


«ood, R 


Ufsell Coch 


ane. Da- 


\ 1 


1 II 


ni. Bob 


Cro 


oks. 




Fo 


urth 


Row: Lowell Davi 


S Erne't 


( 1 


1 -.11 


ff, Gei 


rge 


Codlin 


e. Gary 


Camera Shy: 


Ri 


chard 


Babnik, 


CI 


Mle 


J.ites, J. 


e Ch 


iro. Da 


n Demp- 


se 


\ R 


.bert Gi 


Chris 


t. Cha 


les Har- 


ni 


n 


L.-ah 


D lie 


it-e. 


Jlargaret 


S( 


pk,. 











HOMEROOM 206 
Mrs. DeVal 

Front Row: Dianne Eddv. Marge 
Fleming, Betsv Gates, Leanne Fox, 
Phvlli.s Eiskonen, Carolvn Garrett, 
Mrs. DeVal. 

Second Row; Sebastian Giunta, 
Gerry Garofalo. Jean Falk. Marx- 
Ann Fifolt. Jan Dulskis, Marv 
Dunn. Pat Dugan. 
Third Row: Bob DiPaoIo, Dick 
DuRose, Tom GillesiJie, Frank GIo- 
boksr. Ken Dixon, Bill Frvar. 
Steve Pi.«her. 

Fourth Row: Paul Dovvis, Jim 
Elbe. Sam Dreyer, Garv Eniericli, 
Kevin Fielding, Charles Grav, Diik 
Fitzsimmons. 




ilutttnrs 



I, 



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Sfutttnra 



HOMEROOM 2 
Mrs. Olson 



Front Row: 



Second Row: Jonnne Grze, Baibarii 
Hall, Elizabeth Chaubv, Dorothv 
Golobic. Gay Gibbs, Mary Glass, 
Sandra Gleaso:i, Joanne Gxiarino, 
Mrs. Olson. 

Third Row: Cliuck Hall, Tom Gra- 
\v.nn. Bob Hale, Larrv Huston. 
Viftor Gribbons, John Pedor, Earl 
Hanna, Ronahl Hutter. 



lei, Dick Herrick. 

Camera Shy: Paul Gutman, Fr: 
Hoffert, John Hopkins. Ridi: 
Lupo, Caiol Kleindeinst. 





HOMEROOM 305 



Front Row: Janet Xewn 
Jaquavs. Gail Horter, V 
gins, Joyce Herold, Do 



Second Row: Eog 



Kelly, Stefni 
in. Holly Her- 
, Nancv Hunt. 



Third Row: Richard Kn 



son. Bill Jenner. 

Fourth Row: Dave Klotzbai- 
Leonard Koeth, Dick Javnes, Ric! 
ard Jasany. 

Camera Shy: Donal 1 Joranko. Fn 

Kellam. Rov Knocli. Bob McDe 

Miott. Vince Ventra. Shirley Ar 
HulTnian. 




HOMEROOM 306 
Miss Phypers 

Front Row; Nuticv Ko/.lowski 
DciiiiK, Krull, Myra Klein, Roberla 
lntoir<iii, Dolores Kidd, Sue Kich 
Ipt-, Miiisiir.-t Keskin, Donna Lusk 

Second Row: Kay Krehidheder 



etle Kozsey, Ali( 



Kasi; 

Third Row: 



Phyiiers. 
John Lai'kn 



rd Kraft, Ri. 



Longo, Rohei 
Camera Shy: 



HOMEROOM 308 
Mr. Brown 



11 a 



Alii 



Mur 



l,o 



■lancv Rowe, Vir 
Dorothv McDer 
Margaret Larkin, Carolvi 
;, Nancv Leitch, Carol Mar 



Second Row: Carol Luikart, Joan 
Heberbrand. Sandra McCord, Bar- 
bara Lookwood. Nancy LaPorte, 
Martha Luck, June Ann McGee, 
Mr. Brown. 

Third Row: Bvron Header, Bob 
.Metzger, Don Mills, Dick Malzahn, 
Dun Mathias, John Matvazic, Don 
Malone. 



Fourth Row: Rob( 
Moriartv, Bill Mat 
.lini .Misi.k, Bob 
Misicli, Jim McLai 



i-t Timko, To 



ghlin. 
Bob McGar 




eventy-seven 



J 



Sluttmrs 



HOMEEOOM 30i) 
Mr. Wilier 

Front Row: Jeanne Orazein Lu- 
cille Pistillo, Janet Nitz. siiii-lev 
Nere, Fran Nulick, Elaine Nord- 
strom, Betty Milano, Diana Os- 
berer, Emily Sweitzer. 

Second Kow: Ed Anderson, Mary 
Agne.s Murray. Montrue Mtlntvre, 
Robeita Miuicucci, Marlene Mor- 
ris, Mary Meier, Larry Noble. 

Third Kow: Frank Petrich, Eli 
Percrnevich. John Burke, Jjlovd 
Willi. Ed Hovonec, Chuck Ol.ert. 
Fourth Row: Julian Petrnzzi, Rudv 
Pegoraro, Bob Payne, Ed Ln.lvik, 
Arthur Beers, nick Phillips, Mr 
Miller. 



Camera Shy: 
Oallagher. ,1 



.loll 



Ov 





HOMEROOM 310 
Miss Hohs 

Front Row: Ileno Pringle Louise 
lM<(izzi. Sally Rahz, Miss Hohs. 
rlotte Perticlc, Ann Von Hot, 



P. ill 



Second Row: P.cverlv Peciak Glo- 
ria Pelrenchik. Dolores Perrv.' Mar- 
ian Pike. Beverlv Parsons,' Carol 
Lesko, Barbara Rancinlt, Lois 
Ponikvar. 

Third Row: Sam Rocco. David Re- 
h;iril, Richard Rotman Alan Sa,io- 
vii', Tom Radencic. Peter Rice. 
■Tolm Kyder. 

Fourth Row: Richard Roberts, Jim 
Roof, Jim Diamond, Richard Rine- 
hard, Richard Rotman, Alan Sa.jo- 
Louis Prebevsek, Bill Rost, 

Camera Shy: David Roller, Nan- 
nette Pennoyer, Pat Pinto, Suz- 
anne Piper, Herlie Reeves, 



seventy-eight 



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HOMEROOM 312 
Miss Strother 

Front Row; Ronald Sbidccu. Wan- 
ila Rvder, Bea Salomone, Charlene 
Harding, Miss Strother, Nanc.v 
Rofder, Marie Ross, Carolvn Belk, 
Le.inaid S.iley. 

Second Row: Martha Rusnov, Bev- 
erly Cl:;rk, Rose Marie Ross Lin- 
.'a Roach, Violet Rescic, Pat Tell- 
ing, Pat Ritter, Roseinarie Salcer, 

Third Row: Uiik SU-ith, .Jim Mar- 




HOMEROOM 318 
Mrs. Barrow 

Front Row: Mrs, Barrow, Pat Ta 
lor, Sandv Steffenhagen, Shel 
Uhl, Mildred Stodd 
,stark, Pat Leishman, Hollv Stei 
forth, Carolyn Spies. 

Second. Row: Betty Ruth Tenc 
I'rtty Turner, Agnes Spiegel, S 
Thonuis, PhvUis St 
gardiii, Veronics Yopko 
.stupka, Phyllis Vanek. 

Third Row: Richard T^ 
Turk, Ken Wiltsh 
Mike Yah, Tom 
Vanek. 

Fourth Row: Robert Schwart 
K.inald Uncapher, Dick Turk, Lou 
Tisovec. Ken Perovich, John Tv 
rell, .-Vines Trvnn, .Jim Troeter. 



ceventy-nine 



g ilumnrs 



HOMEEOOM 31 
Mr. Heinlein 



Second Bow: Dnniia SIkiw, .Tt-aii 
Schwartz, Gerry Sekston. Mary 
Loa Skufca, Charlene Schultz, Pat 
S'larp, Connie Bowers, Barbara 
Skebe. 

Third Row: Jim Deleese, Howar.l 
Snvder, Do:i Smith, Joe Stegh, 
Jai'k St'ekal, Jonathan Stinson, 
Krnie Tinker. 

Fourth Row: IJill (Irisdale. Franic 
Siji:i.i. I'huck Taraiilin.). Chaik 
Sniiib, Bob I.rinKe, Xullll Sp.ilar. 
Joe Smisel.^ki, Mr, IIiMnleiii. 





HOKEROOM 320 
Mr. Reeves 



Second Row: 



Wall, Liiula \Vt 



Third Row: Mr. Reeves, Kennith 
Zingale, Dick Williams. John Wink- 
ler, Carl Yoke, Bob Hanson, Glenn 



Fourth Row: Charles Zingales, Sa 
Willow, niek Woomer, Bob Ste' 
art, Terrv Wright, Gilbert Whale 



eighty 



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Sagerlij tljjjj ramr, bringmg nrui 
aptrit ait5 entlfuataam . . . 



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Iiihu Boiiiback, vicc-iJi- 




Sophomore class officers 



Our first year at FAiclid Senior High has conic to an end. 
Wc, the sophomores of 1958-1954, can h)ok l)ack on our 
first vcar of high school life and rcnicniher all the occasions, 
eventful or uneventful, I :ig or small, that made our first 
year the success it was. Besides being part of the spirit at 
football and basketball games and the girls' "Fifth Avenue" 
tank suits, we will always remember the Sitrfcy and Eur- 
liclifin assemblies, term papers, exams, the Bunny Hop, the 
sophomore class party, the seniors, the sophomore competi- 
tive assembly. Homecoming, "little-boy" shirts, and the 
tournaments. Because of these memories and many others, 
we will long remember being sophomores. It was our first 
year at a wonderful school . . . wc are only glad it wasn't 
our last. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS SPONSOR 

-Tohii Pnlito, si>onsor, pausing 
ni..nKMit t(, tiUk with President J 



(ElasB 0f 195B 



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HOMEROOM 108 
Mr. Calvert 

Front Row: Wiliiiii Benedetto. Sue 

-Viiseiu-, Shirlev Averv. VirKinia Bediiar 

Dori-s Becker, Dolores Baumert. Patt> 

naiik, Carolvn Benard, Carole Baver. 



Third Row: Martin Bader, Ivan Baker. 
James Albert, Bervl Appel. Erwin Ber- 
rier. Don Bortiiwick. John Bomback, 
Rohind Ayala, Richard Bartone. 

Fourth Row: Mr. Calvert. Donald Ball. 
Dean Bolton. Tom Adam, Dave Bowins, 
Jidin Bock, Robert Boldin, Ronald Bear, 
Gi'.rv Bork, Edward Bolon. 



Camera 
Adams, 
0,,atrny. 



Shy: Peter Aborn, William 
Lawrence Ambrose. Edward 
Elaine Bambakakis. Roberta 



HOMEROOM 110 
Miss Gillman 



Front Row: Patricia Cla.vton, Jean 
Nevlon, Kathrvn Carpenter, Janice 
Cai-ano. Car.d Ann Blatnik, Arlene 
Clark. Alvce Bnss, Xinuy Brooks. Vir- 
ginia Brewster. 

Second Bow: Mary Bray. Beverly Budd. 
Patricia Carbone. Carolyn Carney. Pamela 
Burns. Richard Cinalli. Tom Bruhn. 
Nancv Clark. 



Third Row: Ro 
Chliida, David B 
Glen Buto, Era 
Caito, Miss Gillm 

Fourth Row : H.t 



aid 



Antonick, John 
, Ronald Boyes. 
hristopher, Tom 



Clark, David Ban 



Ciark. Bob Boy 



Carlson. Richa 
Bruce Burger. 

Camera Shy: Edward Brown, K 
Charnick, Earl Collins, Blair Osbo 
Ann Bobak, Diana Carobotta, 



HOMEROOM 114 
Mr. Whiteside 

Front Row: Ed Eckert. M-uireeii Dolan. 

Barbara Coons, Sallie Combs. Ethel 

Dudash, Athena Daniels, Amelia DeGir- 
olamo, Marie Capello. 



Second Row: 
worth. Jeani 
Carid Dodsi 



Dov 



Ma 



Third Row; Mr. Whiteside, Ruth Davis. 

Joanna Di.'^antis, Charles Corrao. Dick 
Covert, Deanne Charles. Mary Ann Chin- 
char, Ronald Danna. 

Fourth Row: Don Eddy. Richard Dreis. 

Kdwin Cowgill. Allen Ehas. Tom Coyle. 
Dennis Cvitkovic, Bob Demian. 



Camera Shy: 



Jim Davidson, Richard 
Clements, Pat Crego, 

nger, Beckv Daubenmire, 
Paul Ryan, Christine 



HOMEROOM 120 
Mr. Pringle 

Front Row: .luiu' Hilinnn I'lliu 
Fiiigusoii, Doniin B'ielding W llni i Ii 
(irodt. Shirley Gebey, Judith L'itMuidi 
Miirilvn Franks, Ruth Ldwards ' 



Second Row: Dolores Gadbeiu. BeMrl 
CiM-hei, Margaret Fike, Nancy Punk 
Reltv Kibe. Marleue Enkler. Diane Fink 
.Sciija Durk, Gail Gianasi, Janii- 
K.kerinau. 



Third Row: Bruce Fink 
Robert Fabritius, JanK 
Giegerich, Gary 
Ralph Fee, Arthur P 





HOMEROOM 208 
Mr. Blackburn 

Front Eow: Juflv Judice. Beverlv Kor 
. »■. Gloria Hurka. Annelic Koiif, Mar 
Kliiig. Marleiie .Tones, Delorcs Horva 
Kvc-lyn Kline. Janet Keller. VirRi 
Ilc.warrt. 

Second Row: .Jean Konvlia. .Judith .J 
Ion, Judith Haller, Rose Lang, Jar 
Kaib. Richard Korda, Jovee Kovic. 



the 



Kai 



Roy 



Third Eow: Marta John,son, Patricia 
Kernz, Harr.v Kochles, John King, Ton 
Kliehn, .John Kocjan, Judith .Jesberger 
Robert Mobley. Janet Kent. 

Fourth Row: Mr. Blackburn, GcraU 
Koucky, Burton Judsan, Stuart Kepets 
Kobert Ko,sher. Frank Kramer, Rober 
Kollar, .Vllan Kibbv, David Kotnik, Jerr^ 
Kcik, Ted Koehler. 

Shy: Ronald Krau.se. 



HOMEROOM GOl 
Mr. Mize 

Front Row: Carol Lindquist. Dnlore 
Kozelv. Karen Lees. Carol Link. Laura 
Lain. Carol Langlois. Deanna Kramer. 
Barbara Krause. 

Second Row: Loretta Kushner. Joan Kos- 
m.in. Marv Kunkel. Miriam Kovach. Judv 
Kronenberger. Carol Lee, Thomas La- 
Porte, Krnie MePeek, Carol Wright. 



Ma 



Ell 



eriiie Kriz. Margaret Krizman. 

Fourth Row: Joe McDuffee. 
Robert McCormaek, Antony Loi 
LeBreton, Paul Leinenseder 
McGregor. 

Camera Shy; Paul Cecorri, Rid 



Leutv. 
s MeGary, 
:all, Cath 



Ronald 
■d Lang 



HOMEROOM 214 
Miss Berg 

Front Row: Carolvn Luikart, Joy Luse, 

.'^allv Lvons, Janet McXellan, Diane 

Miller, Betsv Moore, Patricia McKnight. 
Darlene Mercurio. 

Second Row: .Miss Berg, Chris Magnus- 
son, 1-fobert Mik<dskv, Kathleen Mannion, 
Patricia Mclntvre, Sandra Mester, Audrey 
.McKav, Darlene MacKenzie, Loretta 
Med en. 

Third Row: Donald Macko, Leonanl 
Maczuga. Richard Morvar, Arthur Mason. 
David Marsh, Leroy Golob. Terry Mang. 

Fourth Row: Kenneth Meyers, Clyde 
.Merriman, Alan Miller, Leslie Miller, 
Thomas Marett, Thomas Mayhew, Arthur 
.Marincek. 

Camera Shy: Barbara Maynard, Rose 
Milosevich, Don MacAdam. 

eiphty-six 



HOMEROOM 215 
Miss Byelene 

Front Row: Beverly O'Harc, Pat M. 
Nelson, Kathleen lluinper. Carolyn 
Oldac. Carol Maurer, Anne Neylnn, Don- 
nio Mezget, Martha Moeilnikar. 



Second 


Row: 


Ba 


■ba 


ra 


Nelso 


]i 


Carol 


Moore. 


M, 


ril 


■n Mve 


IS. 


Kan 


1 () 


tutt, 


Trena X 


irt 


iicl: 


,Tn 


ia 


ne 


Ma VI 


iekl. 


Pat 


Minoll.i, 


P 


t 


h. N 


els 


in, 


Bctt> 


Me 


neth. 


Third Row 


T, 


o Xi 


■k 


.TiT 


1 Mon 


lett, 


Mai 


colni M 


si< 


k 


Jim 


N 


oir, 


H<1 


Mut 


hler. 


niek Mu 


rr 




Bob 


M 


Uei 


.Tim 


Mu« 


sard. 



Fourth Row: Bob Nebe, Bill Motta. DiiK 
OKrini', Gerald Nordstrom. Charles Nn« i 
ick. Prank Kusar. Ray Mora. Jim N( il 





HOMEROOM 218 










Miss Kost 






Front 


Row: 


Sar 


i Peek. Gloria 


Posti 


.ik 


Carole 


Perlioi 


i. I 


rene Peters. Rose Mi 


1 1< 


Pignat 


iro. Ca 


rol 


Pagels, Angela 


Petri! 




Nnnrv 


Parsoi 


s. 








Seconc 


Row: 


Mi 


ss Kost. Nancy 


Pa\lR 


ek 


Sydne> 


Ond 


erdo 


nk. Mary An 


n Pa> 


ei 


chin. 


Joyce 


Nu 


iley, Sandra 


Patm 


le 


France 


s Pa 


■lie. 


Antoinette 


Par/.i 


ilc 


Carol 


Palmei 










Third 


Row: 


F 


ank Perusek. 


Cha 


U's 


Palazz 


0, Ke. 


P 


ilotti, Bernard 


Pat 


on 


Spence 


r Ports 


r, J 


ohn Parker, Bob Pie 


rte 


Ralph 


Owen 


s. 


Jerry Peters 


jn, Otti. 


Pirrhn 


er, Jan 


es 


Ott. 






Fourth 


Row: 


Fr 


■d Palm. Tom 


0^ ern 


an 


Dick Osborne 


Ji 


m Fryan, Nick 


Palun 


bo 


David 


Paik, 


Al 


Petrich. Lerr> 


Petr 


ill 


Claude 


Jacks 


jn. 









Camera Shy: Dick Loyer, Ma 



HOMEROOM 301 
Mr. Thompson 



Front Row: Mari 
Rowe, Lois Rothroc 
Rebro, Rita Jane 
Donna Jean Power! 

Second Row: Martii 



Ann Radatz 



Rabbitt 
Richard Ride 



Third Row: 
Jack Lazor, 
Bob Rossi 
Albert Ronl 



David Ross, Curtis Rous 
Ed Knirnschild, Bill Po«( 
igton, Don Rostankow.s 
e, Ray Hallis. 



Fourth Row; Jim Bassett, Ro 
Jerry Sandy, Pat Potter, Stanle 
thai, Keith Redfcrn, Jim Rauer 
Robers. 




Mr. 



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HOMEEOOM 220 
Mr. Nelson 

Row: Martha Skrai 

II Jean Shawke, Marsh 

Patricia Smee, Barbs 
la Skullv. 



Third Row: Richard Tolwav. Paul 
s, h«fglcr, Frank Sibenik, Erich Schub,. 
I'rtdie Shearer. Richard Stoke, Ronald 
Sherman.. Robert Smith. 

Fourth Row: Itr. Nel.^nn. Ben Smilnwitz. 
(iedige Schroeder, Allen Schoriip. Ed 
u.ird Sihultz, Paul Serra. Carl Sibenik. 
\eil Shrimpton. Joe Sheridan. 

Camera Shy: David Schmitz, Richard 
Schultz. Gene Smelik, Rav Stadler. Daf- 
Icne Schearfl, Lela Schefller. 



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HOMEROOM 315 
Mr. Robb 



Second Row: 
.John Sonnie 
Teetar, Edwa 
Ji-mes Strazit 

Third Row: 

David Tentlei 
Squire. Willi: 
.Tohn Telisma 

Camera Shy: 



[r. Robb. Eugene Soede 
William Stapleton, Lcrc 
1 Tyrrell., Art Thomiiso: 



HOMEROOM 316 
Mr. Smith 

Front Row: Patricia Zeiger. Marlene 
Zimmerman, Elaine Wonderlv, Antoniettc 
Y.inni. Marilvn Wandell, Joan Vanden- 
bnrs Louise Tickner, Joanne Urankar, 
\nn.im,ie Yatsko. 



Second Row: Ju 



Suz 



nne Wil- 

Vidmur. 

Robert 



1 


Third Row: Louis 
James West, Sh 
Thorpe. Dale Will 
Judy Zust. Charles 


Valenti. Ray Toplak. 
uon White, Richard 
ams, Dolores Walters, 

Welsh, Mr. Smith. 


1 


Fourth Row: Hem 
i.Mi W.irren Jame> 
niMi C.rbett. Het 
\Vci-.v William V 
Inn Verb. 


V Toth. Richard War- 
; Don Woodford. Nor- 
rv Verbskv. Richard 
tciakin, Donald Weill. 




C.-mera Shy: J.uk 


Wchcr. Janet Wuchle. 

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%g hesin . . . 



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Front Row: 
Second Row: 
Third Row: 



Sekstnii, B. Loi-kwood. !•'. Xiiliik, s Ivitchli-i 1) ( . ck 
Osberg. V. DiDio, P. Leisliniiiii, R Buriii^-. I) Vlliscm J liiaiilev. 
r. Schutz, P. Spino, R. .Tnsaiiy. D. Rollei J (oinei (t Eiiieiuk T. Stinson. 

.IFNIOR PLAY CAST 

Tootie Deanna Cook 

Mrs. Smith Gerry Sekston 

Mr. Smith David Roller 

Rose Barbara Lockwood 

Esther Sue Kichler 

Agnes Francis Nulick 

Lon Ricky Burrows 

Grandpa Prophater Joe Corner 

Katie Pat Leishman 

Mrs. Waughop Carolyn Carlton 

Ida Boothby Diana Osberg 

John Shepard Richard Jasany 

Fred Gregory Gary Emerick 

Lucille Pentard Jessie Bradley 

Mr. Dodge Charles Tarantino 

Mr. Duffy Jonathan Stinson 

Singers Verna DiDio, Frank Spino 

Dancers Bob Hanson, Alarilyn Lynch, 

Louis Prebevsek, Bettyruth Tench, Dick Woomer, 
Pat Dugan, Tom Radencic, Hildegarde Weiler 



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Front Row: I). Biilici'. P. I 
Second Bow: H. Tm.li, ,1 
Third Row: .M . Wall. N. JIo 
M .M.nris Fourth Row: 



JUNIOR PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF 

■1-, W. Sullivan, D. Allison, P. Combs, J. Ha; 
St. M. Luck, M. Shuber, J. Garofalo, D. 
I;. Cnski, B. Hamilton, M. Maclntvve, S. Har 
Sihultz, J. Schwartz. L, Pistillo. S. Thorn 



V. LombarJo 



per, P. Leishn 



Seeing' h pl;i.y on opening night, a );er.son 
tension involved in creating, main Gaining, a 
really depend upon how the ])eople react, alth 
hardworking members of the cast, but upon t 
Class Play of 1953, "Meet Me in St. Louis," h 
worked harder than usual because the rehearsa 
were great. Many times the lines were read o 
the acts would be successful. Working hand 
Thev had the responsibilitv of jiorforming su 
helping with scenery. 

Directed by Mr. Stanley Schultz, my Ju 
presented in th.e opinion of many, the greatest 



cannot really ajjpreciate the hard work and 
d presenting it. The success of a play does not 
ough the sound of applause is music to the 
he spirit created during rehearsals. My Junior 
as been exceptional in this respect. The cast 
1 time was short. The obstacles to surmount 
ver and over again to insure that the moods of 
in hand with the cast was the production staff, 
ch duties as : getting props, advertising, and 



nioi's en \o\eniber 20, 195."5, 
pl;iv in mv short historv. 



it 8:00 P.M., 




So0m 3ov (^m Matt 




Front Row: Cliuck WaltiT. Smidrii ll.irish, Phyllis Bvcmsei, Hi.k I'lik.i u in \1iii,IiIm .T.mii Osbuni 
Second Row: Dolores W^ileiisii. K;llh^ .MorRMii, Lt-nore D'Oiiofiio \ii(li.\ ISl.iii. Angi'l.i DeCapiui 
L.irrv (ll.i-rdiirik. 



SENIOR PLAY CAST 

Mother Phyllis Bremser 

Joey Chuck Walters 

Trot Rose Joan Osburn 

Teensie Rose Jean Mutchler 

Jane}' Audrey Blanc 

Betty Kathy Morgan 

Miss Winston Lenore D'Onofrio 

Poppy Bob Smith 

Jimmy John Dick Parker 

Mrs. Biddle Angela De Capua 

George Biddle Larry Oberdank 

Rescued Woman Dolores Walensa 

Student Director Sandra Barisli 

Director Mr. Leonard E. Robuck 



^mnr piaQ 



£ 



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Tntor piag 




Front Row: 
Jane William 
Second Row: 



SENIOR PLAY PRODUCTION STAFF 

Mariljn Leiitbidiii ( nol C'lilopek Madeline Esposito. 
[astasia Za-vat/ 
arole Staples I)i, k Sdiult/, Pat Soclja, Bob Diet/,, Aiulr 



Opening night came; the curtain went up; the plav began. On March 26, 
ni3' Senior Class presented to the public "Room For One More". The play 
was selected by Mr. Leonard Kobuck, who was this year's director. He picked 
it because it was a play that called for depth, mood, and meaning. 

Those given parts worked long and hard to make the play ii great suc- 
cess. The jjroduction staff was in charge of the extra duties that go along 
with a ])lay such as props, scenery, and advertising. 

All those who viewed the play on opening night caught the spirit and de- 
termination of the cast and watched with interest a play that was unit]ue and 
different — a plav that will always be remembered by cast and audience as one 
of the best that was presented within my auditorium walls. 




htonh Annual Itg Mpiv 




PUBLICITY STAFF 

.ludv Post, Mr. Miller, Betty Walsh, Xanc-y Hoeder, 
Pat Combs. Mr. (iordoii 



SCRIPT COMMITTEE 

Hob Smith, Mr. Pringle, Sue Hitter, .lovie Kramer, 

Hita IJalbiize, Bob Ragborg, Audrey Blanc, 

Al Carlson 



The Big Show i.s tht biggest, the be.st, and the only all-school production of my school 
vear. Each year the theme of the Big Show is different; but the time, the work, and the 
energy to ])roduce it is always present. Miss Jan Tompkins and Mr. Dale Harper, the 
"master minds" of my only variety show, aided by many faculty members and students, 
])lan and write the various scenes, direct the mammoth cast of over '200, and rehearse my 
band and my choir. Preliminary work begins two weeks after the closing curtain of the 
previous year's production. Plans are formulated throughout the sunnner and the final or- 
ganization is completed early in the fall. At this point my students fit their varied talents 
into the well-formed plans. 




^luch of the talent for the Big Show is uncovered during the class competitive assem- 
blies. This year the Sophomores, using as their theme the Harvest Festival (see above), 
featured the variety of a magician, a snake dancer, and a tumbling act combined with en- 
tertaining vocal numbers to win in a close vote over the Juniors, with the Seniors finishing 
in third place. 



(Enttt^jrttltup AsBpmbltrii 



/ 



ninetv-.seven 




Mr. Albert Mitdifll, Mr. Dale Harper, Mr. Art Sydow, 
and Mi.s.s Barbara Wilson biokinp- over a music .score. 



My Concert Band i.s an organization of the 
liighe.st standing in the minds of mv faculty 
and niv students. My group of musically 
trained students, directed by Dr. Dale Harper 
and his assistants, Mr. Albert Mitchell, ]\Iiss 
Barbara Wilson, and Mr. Art Sydow, haye 
won recognition by their fine ])erformance, ap- 
pearance, and behavior. 

Many of my band members are honor roll 
students and members of the National Honor 
Society. They work hard in their studies in 
order to improve them.selves and, in that way. 
bring prestige to the band. 

One of the main aims of the Concert Band is 
to earn a first ])lace in the state through con- 
test competition. They practice many tedi- 
ous houi's iireceding these contests, and if 



Front Eow: \ Ili.inve, S Knerr, .T .Terabt'k. 
Second Eow: R Schnlle, C. Tarantino, A. Picciott 
Third Row: .7 West A. Wilsdorf, M. Coleman, C 

W liiiii.m, Kd Libbv. 
Fourth Row: .M. Wendell, J Eckermnn, C. M( 

K Bover, I). MacDougall, A. Schmeling. 

J Plasea, R. Langel, B. Rest. 
Fifth Row: T. Baker, T LaPorte, B. Walsh, 



Link, R. Edw 



. C. Vaigl, \V. 
Ed Eekert. D 



Verbbky, T. Gr 




W. Chambevl.ii 




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they earn a first in district competition, they 
))r()cceil to compete with all the top bands in 
the state. 

The band is run in a very disciijlinary man- 
ner. Any minor problems which arise during 
the year are looked into by the Band Board 
of Directors. This group, composed of ten 
members chosen by the band each year, has 
much authority in band affairs. The 72,000 
])ieces of music in my band Hbrary are kept in 
order by the band librarians. 

The future plans of my Concert Band are 
to keep the spirit and interest of its members 
up at the jjeak it has been in past years. They 
will also continually strive for the main objec- 
tive of the nuisic department — ])erfection. 




Front Row: .\ 


. Pic-ciotti, 


Second Row: 


A. Sheppert, 


Third Row: 
Ciirlson, 


]•;. Perencev 



BAND BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

otti, T. Baker, C. Walters, M. Sliuber. 



Front Row: J. Coccia, D. Schneider, C. Lindquist, 
Second Row: J. .Johnson, G. Postnak, J. Johnson, J. Cocc-ia. 
Third Row: G. Garrett, A. Carlson, B. Vidmar, B. Kriessler, B. Ron 
Fourth Row: B. Brew, E. Perencevich, L. Yearv, H. Mever, ('. Arr 

1). Hershev. M. Shubcr. 
Fifth Row: G. Emerich, P. Brown, P. Palm, R. Fridlev, .1. Koi: 

M. .Jelco, H. Hempel, D. Dennis, A, Sheppert. 



all'. I). Ball, 



Peek. II. Kuiikel, D. Bi.sbe 




jF (l^rrli^Btra 




Front Row: > n.n 
Second Row: E. 11 

A. Carlson. 
Third Row; R. Fr 



A. Sheppert, Mr. Ha 



the 



main a;m,s 



of 



Learning to play and to appreciate classical music are some 
orchestra, which is under the direction of Mr. Dale Harper. 

Due to the small number of members, my orchestra does not participate in concerts or 
contests as does my band. Their main affair of the year was participating in the Lake Erie 
I^eague Orchestra Festival, where they united with over 350 members from other high school 
orcliestras. 



frp lattb 



Adding a touch of spirit to my pep assemblies ai'o tlie tliirteen members of the Peji 
Band. These boys, all members of the Concert Band, play marches and accom])any the stu- 
dent body in my Alma Mater. 

During the football season they sacrificed their 
tines with the majorettes. An example of the schoo 
found in this small group. 

PEP BAND 

Rost, B. Bre«-, A. Sheppe 
K Haiina, T. Bakei 



eisure time to rehearse assembly rou- 
spirit in some of mv students can be 







One of inv hardest working organizations is the marching band. This unit, composed 
of sixty-four concert band members and twelve majorettes, furnished the half-time enter- 
tainment during the football season and marched in the Columbus Day, Christmas, and ]\Ie- 
morial Day Parades. However, all this was not accomplished without many hours of intense 
drilling and many long hours of memorizing music. 

Every morning during football season, the members of the band and the majorettes re- 
hearsed the show for that week. Because of all this strenuous work and the success of all 
their efforts, the Exchange Club honored them with a banquet. 



iHarrljtnrj lanii 



/ 



>ne luiiidred and one 



f 



A Ola^jppUa ^\\\x\x 




BOYS' QUAKTET 
Miss Jan Tompkins directing Chuck Tarantino, Larry 
Collingwood, Paul Brown, and Louis Prebevsek in one 
of their numbers. 



My students can be justly proud of my vocal 
department under the direction of Miss Jan 
Tompkins. Its main objective is to present 
my students and faculty with bigger and bet- 
ter school programs and to be available for 
community functions. The A Cappella Choir, 
which represents ms at concerts and the Lake 
Erie I^eague Choir Festival, has as its purpose 
the development of an appreciation for and an 
ability to perform various types cf sacred and 
secular music, including choral works of the 
masters down to the light novelty tunes. The 
Choir provides euLertainment for manv jn-o- 
grams and this year participated in the Christ- 
mas ])rogram ; a Big Show production in spe- 



Front Row; il. Powell, M. Weed, V. Lombardo, V. Didio, S. Steffenhagen, M. Stoddard, E. Yeager 
Second Row: K. Kelly, E, Nordstrom,, J. Rufener, B. Janke, C. Harper, N. Hunt, D. Gordon. S. Thomas 
Third Row: MLss J. Tompkins, D. Walensa, D. Hartzell, N. Moore, A. Spiegel, P. McKeon, N. Knaus 

W. Holub, J. Daus. 
Fourth Row: J. Eiehenberger, R. Williams, R. Chapman. C. Tarantimi, .T. Lazor. .J. .VUen, B. Dietz 

L. Collingwood, R. Brown. 
Fifth Row: I). Swettel. .1. Spell, .T. Peters. L. ()h,-rilank. .1. Kellain. H. .Jerabek, B. Hencie, C. Walters 




cial sceiicrv and cosIiuik' of Frud Wariiif^'s 
"Holv City"; and in tlic Clioir Festival licid 
at Parma. From the A t\-iii])flla C'hoii-. a 
clioir council was selected to })lan social ac- 
tivities and to take care of routine duties dur- 
ing rehearsals and concerts. The Boys' Quar- 
tet this year was established mainly to provide 
entertainment for connuunity functions antl 
club meetings and to demonstrate their fine 
talent in the Big Show and various assemblies. 
Many hours of constant practice are needed 
for the fine performances that mv vocal de- 
partment has given, and many thanks go to it 
for its contribution to mv school life. 




Front Row: P. (ioodwin. C. Ba 
Second Row: B. Holme.-i, C. I 

X. Dcnv. 
Third Row: S. Tweed, T. Vidi 

(\ Luikart. 
Fourth Row: J. Telismuii, ,T. 

P. Bremfer, J. Beifuss. 
Fifth Row: D. Lindsa 

R. Lapinskas. 



CHOIR COUNCIL 
Front Row: .1. H;in. C. llnsall, .1. Kc.vaL-h, M. Esiiosito. I). 
IJiidsav. Second Row: .N. Moore. S. Thomas, A. SpieKel. K. 
Kcllv. Third Row. I>. Wadsworth. I). Swettel, P. Turner, .1. 
Hrafilev, 1). P.irkic, L. Prebevsek, L. Oherdauk. Fourth Row: 
U. Lajliuskas, B. Dietz, .J. .Snider. 



.J. Kovach, K. Morgan. M. Esposito, S. Long, P. Onnibs. J. Bradley. 
11, J. Laeey, C. Staples, J. Bradley, M. Zulic, G. .Jones L. Weist, 



mar, J. Clark, N. LaPorte, P. Turner, P. Lei 

Snider, C. Gordon, I!. Smith, I). Tomsie, 
Zaletel, D. Wadsworth, A. Carlson. H. Shii 



. D. Berkie, 
r. Radetuie, 
D. Rehard, 




mm^ 



f 



ilahrinals 




The ])urpose of m_v Madrigals, a group of selected students from tlie various choirs, is 
to learn about tiie different types of music adaptable to ;i small grouj). While thev sing 
mainly 16th century madrigal music, light novelty numbers are studied for the purpose of 
special entertainment. They appeared in contests, and school and community programs 
this year and sang for the Chamber of Commerce Banquet. Special sessions of caroling 
were held at the Tasty Shop and the Euclid-Glenville Hospital. 



GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 
Front Row: A. DeCapua. .M , ISulxniics, C. Williai 

Keen. ,M. Hifskvar. P. JlcChirg:, R. Case, L 

i. (irzc. 
Second Row. ,1. Griff i 

H .sh.'il(.(k s P.Umi 

.T Px.niv M Mciins 
Third Row: II Uc.llsfpin, (, i>c ti I'lu Ink D Lu^k, J LmkIii.^i 

^ ( himl.i I, l;<M(h, B Lixkuimd (' Skixll.n I> Kek.ii 

H Kliiii.i 
Fourth Row: A Cox, N .Mniii.w \ Pr.itt, B Peciak, N 

Funk, N K.isunic, B \\ il-,»ii, B Dorn, (i niimhro k% 

N Todd. P Nuhck 
Fifth Row: S Hamilton \\ \I1imiii V. ('(lUMdMU' .1 Ci inipi 

Jr I', mil. II MiMlii K Millri I! T.ii.li I B.n,, 



l; \l 



BOYS' GLEE CLUB 

Front Row. 1) Rthaid .s kiiiils L t ollmgu ouil, 

.1 /..iiiillil, B Bates. A Trxnn F t-'pmo, R. 

Lipmskas, C. Gordon 
Second Row: J Monnett, A Kibb>. .\ Carlson, 

(' Tarantino, D Woomer. H Shirk. D. Worth- 

■ngton, J Gallagher, V Zaletel 
Third Row: C Welsh, D Swettel. .T Si>erl D. 

He<k K n.tksoii L Wllk, B. Smith 11 T..insi, 
At Pl^nc— 1) Lin.'s.n 



•TFTT^"^?^'. 





rgattfeationa 



BttpnmBth arttmtiea tlyat Ijatfe bernme 
an tm^jortattt role in mg Btl^nai life . . . 



and 

they 
pened 

iiist(ir\- 



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Front Row: T. Enkcr. h 
A. iShim-. L. Yearv 
('. Skdilliiv. J. Kibei 

tiiiond Row: N. Dow. D. 
W. AUisnn, N. Nelso 



D'Onofrio, T. Browning, G. Sirn. S. Tw.fd, K. LcUiir. K. Kt 
J. L;icey, B. Gibbons, C. Mosall, R. L n-enz, .\I. lisp.isit.i. 
, A. Zayatz, J. O'Connor, A. Cnrlson. 

Cook, D. Walensn, E, Monroe, P. Turner. N. Hunt. S. Thomas, 1 
1, A. Crooks. S. Kichler. M. Shuber, D. Osberg. h. Fo.\. M. Sulli 



V. Lonibardo. C. Luikart, 
M. Phillips, S. Long, P. De 
Third Row: .S. Flocke. L. Schulnieister, J. Corner, 
A. Picciotti, R. Vespp, E. Scholle, F. Mc-Keon 
P. Combs, J. Eldre;!, D. Huston, J. Burval, C. 



Ba 



M Leutbecke 



Anderson. M. Walklet, R. Pegararo. 
. Jasney. C. Tnrantino, E. Sweitzer. 
rdon, D. Douglas, P. Carr, E. Libby. 




Janet Elbe 
Gibbons, secret 
standing ii 



t of the newly-purchased trophy cas 



My fliai)tLT (if tin- National Honor Society, 
directed by Mr. Stanley Whiteside, is one of 3,.56o 
in the United States today. To be elected to thi.s 
org-anization i.s one of the most coveted honors that 
a liifth school can bestow upon a student. 

.\ny of my juniors or seniors who have main- 
tained an eighty-five or above average and is in the 
ujiper third of his class is eligible. My members are 
chosen on the basis of their character, leadership, and 
^ervice, as well as scholarship. 

On .January 22, N.H.S. inducted thirty-six sen- 
iors and twenty-two .juniors in cne of the most im- 
pressive ceremonies ever seen by my students and 
faculty. It was one that will be remembered always 
by those who saw it, regardless of whether the.\- 
actually took part in it or not. Mr. Whiteside o|)ened 
the assembly by briefly stating the Societ.\'s history 
and how members are chosen. Tin- jirogram wa.s 
then turned over to the president of N'.Il.S., Leroy 
Yeary. After his introduction, four members of 
N'.H.S. s])oke on the four requirements of a member: 
scholarship, leadersbi]), servi:e, and character. Then 
came the all important moment for which ever.vone 
had waited. The secretar.v, Becky Gibbons, read the 
names of all who had been newly elected into the 
organization. In the background during the whole 
|)rogram was subdued organ music which added 
greatly to the impressive ceremony. 



Nattnnal l^onirr §nrtrtg 



£ 



ine hundred and seven 



7 



Nattflttal (jpittU anb ^rrnll 




Front Row: < (...idnii A C.nl-nn C Feii^h, R Vi'^p. T H.ik.M 11 W.iiholic 

Second Row: .1 Laccx. X H.nisi-ii, .] Kiber. V Di'l.nu'N V. L.ikiir. X X.-lsoii. A lil.iii 

Third Row: B. Cibboiis, D. Wulcnsa, C. Fazio, D. Cuiik. C. Bayer. .X. Dow, J. O'Connor 



It i.s tile iiiin of every liifrli scliool journalLst to be- 
0(inie a iiienilier of (^iiill null Seroll. A.s in many otlicr 
high scliool.s, iii,\' eliajiter is )nirely an lioiiorary organ- 
ization, e.'.tal)li.slie(l to rirojiiiize tliose wlio liave done 
oiitstanclini;: \vorl< on one of my luililirations. It i.s an 
international organization witli eliajiters in Alaska. Can- 
ada. Kngland. and China, as well as the I'nited State.s. 
Tlu' pin, wlii<'li is a s_\nil)4il of memliersiiip, is a (luill 
under whieh is a seroll and the initials I.H.S.H.S..I., 
whieh means International Honor Society for High 
School ,Iouriiali.sts. 

To belong to this organization, a per.son most have 
made a significant contribution to one of my high school 
l)ublication.s, Kii'l'diini. Siirvcii. or K iiriii/d. and have a 
high scholastic average'. He must also be recommended 
by his advisor. It gives a person who has a true interest 
in writing a elianee to be recognized. The reward is 
even greater since this organization is so widely known 
and accepted. Membership is a memorable and signifi- 
cant achievement. 




one hundred and eight 




Front Row: A. Carlson, L. U'Oiiofrio, J. 

H, Reeves. Mr. Rubuck. 
Second Eow: 11. Dolan, J. Beecham, K. Badi 

(i. (iianasi, M. Wendell. 
Third Row: C. Sprochi, D. Sha«-, I). Dennis. 

C, (iarrett, D. Schearfl. 
Fourth Row: C. Tarantino, L. Hiller, P. Nels 
Fifth Row: .T. Corner. K. Jasncy. U. Roller 



, A. Blanc. T. Baker. B 
]). .\lipleb.v. JI. Derbauni. 

uggins. H. Herman. L. Xel 
Koiif. .1. Bradley, 1>. Charl 




The Xational Forcn.sic- I.eagui- \va,s e.stabllslied in i;i.")l 
under the direction of Mr. Meryl Baumer. At tliat 
time there were only twelve charter members, 'riio next 
year the club was taken over by Mr. Leonard Holuick 
and has since grown to over forty incinliers. 

These members have the opportunity to demon trate 
their speaking ability and to improve it. They also 
have the ojiportunity to compete against students from 
other .schools. 

.My sjieech team and my dehators have done exception- 
ally well this season. On December 12, they traveled 
to '^'oungstown where they tied for first place in tlieir 
division. Those speakers in oratorical, dramatic, lui- 
nn)riius, original, and extemporaneous speaking trav- 
eled to Youngstown Boardman on .January 9 for an in- 
dividual events contest. Euclid showed its strength by 
taking first place in extemporaneous speaking and 
first, second, and third places in oratorical. On .Janu- 
ary ,'!0 at Cathedral Latin, tiiey topped thirty-five 
other schools and won the Sweepstakes Trophy. 

X. F. L. held its third annual Individual Events Con- 
test on February 20, 19.54., with forty schools jiartlci- 
])ating. 

The development of many promising underclassmen 
indicates continued success for my N. F. L. chapter. 



Nattnnal 3ormBu ICra^ur. 



£ 



one hundred and nine 




Front Row: Mi 


ss I' 


ampbell 


Wiilklct, 1' 


Slnilll 


.1 d'fi 


Second Row: .1 


Krnii 


iiliiT-ir, 



weed, J. Lacey, J. Kovach, 
T. Browning, P. Spino. 
iiMnHM-man, V. Lombardo, W. Grodt. B. 
k. K. Owen.s. R. Leber, N. Dow. 
il.l)..iis, H. Hermiin. .J. Mutchler, C. Briidv, 
it. Yearv, L. Collingwiuid, ,T. Lackner. 
Fourth Row: P. Sodja, P. Breniser, N. Todil, C, Foncli. I) AiuUtsuii, 11. W 

B. Hale, G. Teschke, R. Vespe. 
Fifth Row: B. Judson, D. Macko, M. Bini, P. Ci.rr, W. Jones, J. Monnett, B. Ada 
H. Jerabek. 



k, C. SkodUi 
. B. Bolden, 



Third Row: K. Kc k" 



The Student Council is one of my most active and 
important .student organizations. The membership in 
this organization consists of the elected council officers, 
the Executive Board, and an elected representative 
from each homeroom. The purpose of the Student 
Council is to link my student body with my faculty, to 
jirovide harmony between students and faculty, and to 
liring efficiency to my government. Under the assist- 
ance and guidance of Miss Pera Cam])bell, the organi- 
zation's sponsor, the Student Council has sponsored 
inan,\- of the dances after the football and basketball 
games; presented my first annual Homecoming; 
lirooght to my students assemblies such as Charles 
King, the nationally renowned singer from the Karamu; 
furnished tlie Recreation Room; purchased door 
draperies for the auditorium; purchased a school ban- 
ner; and maintained a record library. Without the 
skillful haiul of tlie Student Council, my students 
would not liavc the oiiiiortunity of voicing their 
ojiinions in student government, or otlier functions that 
fall under the .jurisdiction of the Student Council. 
Tlie members of the Student Council are competent 
leaders who deserve tlie res]iect of their teachers and 
fellow classmates. 




Christine Skodlar. .-.eeretiir.v ; nuul 
George Sirn, piesident: and Mereer 
president, making plans for a future 
Student Council room. 



line Inindrcd and tc 



The Executive Board of my Student Coinicil, presided over l)y tlie Student Couneil president, is emn- 
posed of all the candidates who ran for offices in my Student Council. Kach of tliese students is tlien 
assigned to head one of the council's many functions — room secretaries, the hook store, concession Horl<(rs, 
hall guards, cafeteria clcan-u]) committee, magazine drive, assemhlies, recreation room, and tlie lost and 
found. The room secretaries deliver messages and take care of the lost and found. My hook .store supplies my 
students with essential sc luiol materials. The concession workers ojierate tlu- hooths and sell refreshments at the 
athletic events. The hall guards assist visitors and aid in keei>ing the halls clean. The guides show my many 
visitors highlights of the school plant and its activities. The E.\ecutive Board decides what imiiortant issues 
will he hrought hefore the Student Council and the projects which they desire the Council to undertake. 




STUDENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOABD. Front Eow: 

C. .ski>illar. .1. L.ic.'V, S. Twf.Ml. .7. (rCoioinr. J. Kovach, 
II, Ccii.k. Second Row: C. Taiinitnio. V. Spini). G. Sim. 
('. Smith, .M, Wiilklet. T, Brownins, 

HALL GUAED CAPTAINS. Front Row: y.\ . Rusii„«, .1, Smith. 
S, Tiveeil. J, Kiifner, N, Ko/.lowski. Second Row: .N', Todil. 
.1, Oiiult, P, Uri-mser, P. C:u-r. 

BOOK STORE WORKERS. R, Vesye. (;, T.s.hke, .1, Kcll.-r, 
-M, Weslee, .T, Winkler. C. Ritteiibi-rg, D, Whitiiki-r, I), 
Skranf. B, William.^;, D, Redfern, .T. Lamoiit, 



ROOM SECRETARIES. (;, Yariusko, F, N'uli.k. .J. Xevloii. 
«, .Sirri, C, .Skoillar, J, OTciiinor, P. Carr, S, Tweed, .J. 
Ki.va.h, R, .Miller, 



CONCESSIONS. tl. Dnnihrosky, I), Kriill, .1, K..vaeli, E, 
Kekert, N, Ktiaiis, .1, Lacey. 



^tuiintt (Enmtrtl Arttutttrs 



i> 



)ne hundred and eleven 



^f lurlt&tmt i£btt0nal §taff 

— ^^ ^tm^ 




Front Row: I>. Conk, A. Hlan. , F.. I.nkar, .1. 
Second Row: ,J. O'Coniu.r. W T.mIiI, s. Tlu.i 
Third Row: M. Shuber, W. Kyiler, B. Gate 

.M , Leutbeeher. 
Fourth Row: Mr. O. Wi 



,il( H \ ( Ills,,,, (, 

s, S Ki( hill ]> W I 
L D Onolin). II B 



Teschke, R. Vespe, 





Dolores Wdlensa, t\|Jist. \\ Carlson, nm 
Lokai, aSM-itant, Andie.\ Blanc, script: Deai 
ait and Joinne LKce> editor, checking a fe 
of the 1'I54 Euclidian. 



My EurUdiiiM Kditcirial Staff, under the ,>;iipervisiciii 
of Spon.sur George Wiley and Student Editor Joanne 
Lacey, is subdivided into several sections with each 
section playing an important role in the production of 
the yearbook. Aiding Joanne in her time-consuming 
and difficult job were Elaine Lokar, assistant editor. 
Audrey Blanc, script editor, Al Carlson, make-up edi- 
tor, and Deanna Cook, art editor. The students on 
this staff worked unceasingly, searching for and or- 
ganizing new ideas concerning smart cover designs, 
interesting arrangements, and selection of pictures. 

My Eiirli<ll<ni Editorial Staff liad sole responsibility 
of the success or failure of tiiis >"ear's Eiirliilian, M\' 
First Will and Testament. Additional students were 
selected to act as section editors. There were editors 
for the music department, organizations, girls" and 
hoys' sports, speech and dramatics, as well as editors 
for the classes. 

My student body owes a debt of gratitude to these 
people who gave so freely of their time and effort to 
])rovide a yearbook that you can proudly treasure in 
the vcars to come. 



one hundred and twelve 




Trout Row: D. Cai-iibotta, D. Osberg. P. Sodia, C. Staples, P. Delanev, ,1. Kovach. F. Xulii k. K. 

W..ndeil,v, S. Lyons, C, Oldag, 
Second Bow: P. Turner, M. Luck, B, Bolden, R. Stampfel, C. Konibroskv, .J. Smitli, il. Es|>nsitii, 

S, Long, JI. Rusnov, M. Pemberton, K. Stoner. 
Third Row: B. Hamilton, G. Jones, H. HoUstein, M. Christopher, J. Fletcher, A. Poerste. C. Dinunzio, 

X. Parsons, D. Krull, M. Fleming, S. Bailee. 
Fourth Row: B, Long, J. O'Connor, D. Miskoe, C. Bayer, B. Lorenz, A. Dranse. K. Kreinheder, M. 

Greenway, J. McCuUey, G. Gianesi, L. Nelson, K. Kriz, Mr. R. Bennett. 
Fifth Row: J. Carano, B. Coski. N. Repolgle, E. Hassink, B. Parsons, B, Skebc, K. Peravich. 11. 

Papouras, J. Houser. D. Parker. 




ssistant: Carole Staples, advertising; 
Peggy Delaney, circulation; Jan Eiber, business man- 
ager; George Opalich, advertising; Pat Sodja, treas- 
urer, arranging subscription cards and correcting 
advertisements. 



The Euclidian Business Staff had tlie important 
job of raishig tlie money for My First Will and Testa- 
ment through advertising and siibscriptions. Other 
means of raising money were tlirough publication 
mo\ ies and dances. The staff sponsored "Winter 
Rhapsody" in December. 

This year my staff was lieaded by Manager Jan 
Eiber and her assistant, Jan Kovach. It was their 
duty to choose the business staff and to assist them in 
every possible way. The circulation manager, Peggy 
Delaney, was in charge of student subscriptions. George 
Opalich and Carole Staples, the advertising managers, 
scheduled students to sell advertising. Pat Sodja, as 
treasurer, was responsible for the billing of adver- 
tisers and l<eeping the books balanced. 

The remainder of the staff is made up of homeroom 
representatives whose job it is to get subscriptions 
from students in their homerooms. These representa- 
tives are chosen because of their dependability for 
this job. 



Robert Bennett, 
with tlieir various 



Eiicliiliaii Business Advisor, 


Mr 


did a great deal to aid the s 


taff 


problems. 





My First Will and Testament could not be a 
without the combined efforts and achievements 
the members of the business staff. 

lEurltiitan luaturBB ^taff 



-uccess 
of all 



£ 



one hundred and thirteen 



f 



%\xxxin} Eiiliorfal §taff 




Third Row: J. L:uev. S. Tweed. M. Phillips. C. 1! 

M, Bl-efkviir, .T. Brilille.v. 
Fourth Eow: .Mr, .M. Ci.iilun. E. Aiiil.-rsi.ii. (1. Ti-sihke. R. .7 

U, Knlh-i-. .1. I'nviier. 



S. Kii-liler. M. Link. S. H:!i-ish. 1 

N. Hunt. X. Xolson. L. D'Oiiofrio. .J. O'C. 

G. Emeilc'k. P. Klnsk.v. A. Ca 



ruder tlu leador.sjiiji of it.s four editors: Tom Bake:-, 
new.s editor; Audrey Blanc, feature editor; Hay Vespe 
and I5ill Warholic, .sports editors, my Siirvfy retained 
its reputation as an excellent school publication. As 
editors, it wai their duty to decide what stories were 
to he written and assij;n tliem to the staff rejiorters. 
Tluy al^o proofread tlie stories and planned the make- 
ujis of tile ))apers. 

lie'.iif;- on tlie lookout for news is the jirime qualifi- 
cation of a memher of my Editorial Staff. They 
must he capable and dependable, for deadlines must 
always be met. Itejiorters arc selected for their ahili;>' 
to write. 

The Surz'rtf is a bi-monthly j^ublication. It i> under 
the sii])ervision of Mr. Myron Gordon. 'i'hose on the 
Staff know how congenial Mr. Gordon is. Because of 
his efficiency and expert knowledge of journalism, 
along with the help rendered by his four editors, the 
Survey has managed to run smoothly and efficiently 
this year as in past years. 




one hundred :ind fourte 




Front Row: C. Cordon, T. (ha 

N. Smith. II. Franks. 
Second Row: ,1. Tavlor, X. Yako 

E. Collins, Mr. E. Mize. 
Third Row; R. Mvers, R. Arthur, S. Henn, H. Hnll.ste 

Cramer, G. Hurka, .J. Clark, D. Johnfon, 
Fourth Grade: li. H.ile. C. Welsh. D. Salo. II. Leber, X. LaPi 

H. Kranse. S. Willow. F. (iordon. 



i'ackliiig- Uic problem (if rai.siiig enougli nioiu-y tii 
Mipinirt my school paper i.s a very difficult and tiring 
l.isk. It was handled this year by Nancy Dow, the 
business manager, and her capable and hardworking 
staff. Her assistant was Barbara Dorn. Becky Gib- 
bons, circulation manager, and Jan Smith, her assist- 
;:nt, were in charge of all homeroom representatives 
and aided them in getting subscriptions. Advertising 
Manager Audiey Blanc and her assistant. Curt Gor- 
don, had the task of securing advertisers for my Siir- 
veji. Keeping the books and accounts in order was the 
treasurer, Christine Fazio. Charlotte Wieshner was 
this year's staff secretary. 

A very big hand should go to this staff as they arc 
the third business staff to oi)erate the Siin'i'ii in the 
credit column. 

Not onl.v do these people solicit advertising, sell sub- 
scriptions, and send out bills, but during foutball sea- 
son they are the ones who stand out in the cold to sell 
programs and again during basketball season support 
the Survey by selling programs. 




N. Dow, businc 


ss mai 


ager; C. Fazio, treasurer 


C. Weishner, .se 


cretar.v : 


A. Blanc, advertising; B 


Gibbons, eirculal 


on; C. 


Tordon. assistant advertising 


R. Myers, staff i 


lember; 


and 13. Dorn, assistant bus 


ness manager st 


inding 


iround the filing cabinet i 



^urupg luBttifSB #taff 



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inc hundred and fifteen 



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Ufaratlii (EltpprlrahrrB 




My cheerleaders are the force behind my spirit. They 
organize and lead my students in good, clean cheering 
for my many sports. This year, under tlie leadership 
of Captain Connie Parr, my Panther cheerleaders did 
just that. They faithfully followed my teams and gave 
them the extra push that they may have needed. 

Xot only do tiu-se six girls jiraetice all summer and 
for two hours twice a week, hut m\ Wednesday, third 
period, tliese girls give up their time to act as teach- 
ers to girls who belong to the Megaphone Club. There 
are about thirty girls in the club — most of whinn hope 
to become cheerleaders. The varsity cheerleaders teacli 
these girls all the skills of cheering, including acro- 
batics, hand and leg movement, facial expression, co- 
ordination, and ])oise. These girls then become candi- 
dates for positions on the junior varsity and varsity 
squads. 

Aside from its cheering activities, the Megaphone 
Club always sponsors one ".-Vfter-the-Came Dance." It 
is also one of m> clubs that help during the basketl>all 
tournaments. 




one hundred and sixteen 




llarli:irii .T;iiikc. (iliiria .Tunes. SiU' Tweed, Aiiiiett.. Oil;iiiil(i. Ciiii.l Miithiils, 
Second Row: n.imiii Hiirt/.ell, M;n-leiie Shulier, Berniuline Tiiailnev, Nancy Kozlowski, Carnl Hallack. 




Clad in their new .sparliliiig wlilte uiiit'orm.'i, my 
majorettes again tliis year added tliat extra spark to 
all my football games. Headed by Co-captains Carole 
Staples and Pat Sod.ja, they entertained all in the 
stands with a variety of marelies, twirls, and dances. 

For their hour or two before the public, these girls 
must put in many hours of hard work each week. Dur- 
ing the summer they practiced twice a week, and when 
school started in September, they often liraved the 
elements to practice an hour and a half each morning. 

One of their other duties is to organize and direct 
my Majorette Club. This club is composed of forty of 
my sophomore and junior girls who want to become 
candidates for my next year's majorettes. The seven- 
teen majorettes and alternates act as tea; hers and in- 
struct the girls in the skills of twirling, marching, and 
dancing. 



'I'he Majorettes also sjionsor a 
called the "King Hoj)". .\ senii 
with a junior and a sophomore 



dance in llie sjiring 
■ boy is elected king 
ittendant. 



illarrl|itt5 ilaprrttrs 



one hundred and seventeen 



J, 






mp^apliotir (EUth 




F.cnt Eow: J, Umiikar. 
H. SIfinfuith, B. ( 


C Lu.k.ul ,1 (.ilnnni-. b. Iv.n riK i. . ^. Iv 
rates, N. Smith, L, i^x. 


Second Eow: P. Zieger 
J. JIuti-hlev, B. Ha 


B. Birkic, N. Parsons, B. O'Hara, A 
milton, B. BoUleii, S. Lyons, A. Kidd, 


Third Eow: P. Fevguio 
.1 C.irrao, M. Skra 


1, M. Coatsworth, P. Mclnlyre, J. Kell 
ice, C. Bayer, M. Zimmerman, M. Herr, 


Fourth Row: JIN>, J. I-I, 


ivp, A. WiK.lorf. L. (Jru^pl. T. I-Iamilt.m 



]•:. AVondcMly 



C. Wright, B. C4cchei. II. Bn 




MAJORETTE CLUB 

Front Row: 11. .Tank.., A. Orlando, C. Matliia.-;, S. Tweed. G. Jones, C. Staples, P. Sodia, B. Bradner 

X. Kii/.l(,«jki, II. Sluiber, C. Hallack. 
Second Row: G. Kromar, A. Pratt, M. Larkin, D. Oreutt, S. Beale, L. O'Onofrio. N, La Porte. P. Combs 

,1. llarchione. A, Dranse, P. Nelson, S. Patmore, P. Postal. 
Third Eow: Miss J. Lais, W. Grodt, T. Mirenda, K. Krcinheder, B. Tench. R. Gucciardo, 0. Perlioni 

I). Fink, R. Sturm, J. Shane, P. Nulick, E. Case, M. Rusnov. 
Fourth Row: S. Rohz, N. Richie, M. Johnson, J, Jablon, I. Peters. B. Dobinmever. K. Mannion 

S. Combs, M. Dolan, J. McCulley, J. Fletcher, M. Christojiher, M. Barker. 



one hundred and eighteen 



To cri'iite, inaiiitiiiM, <ui<l c\tx-ii(l tliroufjliout tlio scIkh}! .iiul fomiiiunit)' tliu lii^h stiiiuliirds of C'liristiaii 
cliJiractcr, is tlio basic t'liiKlamciital of my Ili-Y. The rKaiiizatioii is divided info various eliajiters: Lords, 
Nobles, Squires, Counts, Hepeuts, and Monarelis. Member liiji is organized by each chapter. Their mec'.inpi 
are eitlier at tile "S'-House or at the home of a member. Th.-ouf-hout my school year they perform such 
duties as s])onsorinji: danee,, ]ii/,/,a sales, and \v0rkinj2: on ci\'ie ])rojects. This year the Regents won tlie ^Ii-'^' 
basketball ehampionshij) of tlie jireater Cleveland area. 



^^Pr^^ 





MONARCHS 


HI-Y, Front Row: li, Kneluie, 


;. Ti-sclike 


J. Skinner. 


Second Row: G. Yearv. R. Chapmai 


, T. Stoke-s 


P. Carr, C 


T. .siiin. Third Row: T. Browning, 


T. Carroll 



L. Yea 



.M.\ 



REGENTS HI-Y. Front Row: F. Hurka, B. Dietz. D. Ander- 
s(.n. Second Row: M. Papotiras, D. Schultz, P. Kloskv. 
.1. Tlaii.srr, C. Opaliili. Third Row: C. Walter. C. Smith. 
G. Weir. D. Davis, .1. Bombaok. Fourth Row: P. Schwec- 
ler,, R. Rinehart, K. Sjiino. B. LonR, .T, .\nders,„i, 
B. Payne, 

LORDS HI-Y, Fr-r-t Row: .1. Kellam. I), Parks, F. Kelhon. 
.Second Row: .\, Picciotti, E, Cogill. ,1. Welsh, J, Kezar. 
Third Row: B. Liimadue. D, Kiuii)., L. Davis, L, Hocevar, 
T. Rahz.. 



NOBLES HI-Y, Front Row: V. (iordmi, B. Smith, R. Fli>r- 
.iani-ic. Second Row: .J, Siivder, B, Hencie, C. Gent, M, 
Bnrkhiilder, R, Seeundo. Third Row: .J. McLaughlin, B. 
Marvin, D. Mills. .J. Charo. J. Hopkin.s, 

SQUIRES HI-Y. Front Row: D, Kolar, L. ZieKler, L. (Il)er- 
.liink, D. Hershev, D. Wocimer, Second Row: L, Bush, 
.1. Lii. as, M. Pape.i, H. Brubaker, Third Row: R. Smith, 
('. Hali, .J, Hite, B. Gulic, D, Weiss. G, Roper. 

COUNTS HI-Y. Front Row: B, Hale, R, Knuth, G, Baker, 
.M. Ceftar.-iti. Second Row: F, Bil.skis, T. Corbett, L, Krause, 
L. Baker, Mr. G. Thompson, Sponsor. 



one hundred and nineteen 



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iFrtmbsIii^j (Elub 




Front Row 


Amel 


a DeGirolamio. 


Chris Skodlar, Cai 


olvi 


M.i 


all, B.irl.ara Ri.x 


e. Second Row: J 


Luce, Conm 


e Parr 


Wanda AUisoi 


, Marilyn Ely, Jud> 


B,- 


(■ll;ll 


1. Third Row: Ji 


an ()■('(. nniir, Barba 


Hall, Gerry 


Seksti 


11, Barbara Ho 


mes, Jan Dulskis. 











The Friendslii]) Club i,s an organization for niv so])honH)re, junior, and senior girl.s. It 
gives tile girls an ojiportunity to develop leadership through active participation in social 
])rograms and service projects. It teaches the girls to work with and for others. 

The one big project of my Friendship Club is its formal dance, co-sponsored by the 
Hi-Y clubs. This year, since the date of the dance was February 13, they took advantage 
of the Valentine theme and named it "The Sweetheart Ball." 




1. .M, Kly, ,1. K(>v,i,li. M. Bubonic 

S;cond Row: \ Xels.ni, P, McClui-g. C. Fazio, .\. Foerste, .V, DeCapua. Y. t'lihula, 1. Howe, .T. Tnnibrv 

X, F.iiis. G, n,)iiibroskv, C. Mosall, J. Smith, 
Third Row: B. l.allaccliia, D, Miskoe, N. Todd, W, Holub, J, O'Connor, .7. Paus. .V. .Strom, B. Cibboiis 

P. Dclanev, J, Eiber, W, Inman, B, Horn, M. Jelco, 
Fourth Row: R. Lorenz, H. HoUsteiii, G. Hamilton. A. Kunchik, ,7, Kamm, R. .Vrthur, .\. Blanc 

L. n'Onofrio, M. Leutbecker, J, Lindner, E. Lokar, C. Van.Scoder, H. Sherlock, K. Reeves 

P. .McCarthy, 
Fifth Row; C, Weishner, C, Williams, P. Waleiisa, N. Vidmar, J, Ventra, M. Llovd. .7, Eldred, P 

McKeon, E, Stone, L, Nesbitt, n. Burr, A. Horvath, .7. Lacev, S. Durk, M, Green^vaY, C. Skodlar 



hundred mid twenty 



JUNIOR CHAPTER 

Front Row: J. (iriffis, M. Keskin, M. Klein, S. Kichler, 
,1 Ciccia, M. ChristoiJhor, R. Case, J. Diilskis. B. Bolden, 
V Lombnrdo. E. Rradner, C. Brady, 11. Cook. C. Belk. 
.M r.aki-r. 

Second Row: li. .Milniio. K. Jloiiroe. M. PleniitiK. .1. Flefi-ln'r. 
II Ivldv, ,-\I. Iliinn. P. nugan. I), .\llisini, M. ninwoc.die. 
A', Hidio. .\. DiCenzo. A. ('(i.v, B. Coski. Jl . CoIimikim, 
I .1. Hri. Uev. 



iThird Rcw; X. .Mocii 

CnMiell. l\ Clii.dw 
l: lliitfs. K. Bad.. 



.M. .Morris. .T. \.-vl..,i. > 
.11. jr, (il;.SN. L. Cihoor 
.-r.-tt, (i. Cnrofillo. L. F.i 



Forrth Row: 1,. Xelscin. I). Krull, K. Krcinlu'.U-r. A. Krehs, 
s IlarpiM-. C Klaiiminzer, X. Hunt, B. H.iniiltmi. .J. Koz- 
-1. ('. Har iiiK. J. Haddoek, C. liullack. .1. Haas, .J. 
(...vino. .T, lirze. R, Gregic. J. Gritfi.s. 

Fifth Row: Hi s Howe, R. Minicueci, N. Kasnnic, V. Huggins. 
.^ Xere. .T. Falk, M. Meier, S. McCord, J. Johnson, J. 
.N!,('.illev. M. Lvnch, M. Lnek, B. Holnie.s, B. Lockwood. 
( l,.'sk... N. LaPorle. J. Lamont. 



Front Row: .X. Smith, L. Pistillo. B. Clark, C. Pertick. 
I... simian, B. Hall, G. Sekston, J. Orazem. D. Kidd, 
ll:.v.ii, 1). Osberg, I. Pringle, E. Nordstrom, J. Nitz. 

Second Row: P. Tavlor, J, Sehwart: 
!• .s.hn.'ider. P. Telling, N. Ro\\ 
I- Xiilick, H. Reeves, J. Post. 

Third Row: E. Jaquavs, P. Sharp, II. Sknfca, N. Wick 
H. Tench. W. R.vder, P. Stu'zen, H. Steinturth, B. Salom 
.\l .^tod.lard. S. Steffenhagen, A. Spiegel, S. Smith. 

Fourth Row: L-. Ponikvar, S. Uhl, C. Spies, E. Yeager 
\\ i.ai, M. We-tlee, M. Wertenherger, L. Wiest, H. Wc 
II Herman. M. Walsh. P. Vanek, P. Combs. 

Fifth Row: C. Johusoi 
A Wils.l.irf. S. Th.i 
■ I. X.'.vh.ii. D. Slupka 




SOPHOMORE CHAPTER 

Front Row: L. Rothmck, L. Larii', C. Langl.iis. K. Lees 

C. Luikart. S. Lvons. A. DeGirnlamo. B. Rowe, V. Maurer 

1). Mercurio, D. McKenzie, P. McKnight, K. Muniiier, A 

Pelruzi, E. Wonderly. 
Second Row: J. Kronenberger, S. Onderdonk, J. Mayfield, 

C. Rogf 

P. Nelson, S. Met; 

P. Postal. M. Sk 
Third Row: B. Xems 

\. Parsons. S. Pn 



Coceia, A. Neylo 
P. Min 



th. J. Nunle 



C. Pain 



B. Sta 



N. Pavlicek, M. Palinka 



D. Orcutt, 



.M. (artliv. J. Steinmetz, G. Postnak, 

R. Piguataro, I. Peters, P. Sanders. 
Fourth Row: M. Paverehin, S. Peek, C. Pcrlione, T). Powers, 

L. Kalil.itt. M. Radatz, J. Reeves, J. Verhntz. S. Stoinir, 

A. .Sopp. L. Meden. F. Rini, P. Sknlly. D. Schnieder, 

.1. Znst, n. Schaerfl. B. Stampfel, C. Swain. B. Smith. 
Fifth Row: L. Scheftler, J. Sandifer. P. Toll. N. Repolgle, 

L. Ticknor, G. Stewart. L. Stokes. K. Stoner. M. Wendell. 

.1. Vandenburg. J. Toplak. 11. Weaver. D. Sweeder. S. 

White. S. Williams. 1). Willis. A. Yatsko, P. Zieger. 

M. Zinuiicrman. 



Front Row: ('. Ulatnik. .\ . Iluss, II. Jones. J. (iilmore, S. 

(iorinaii. H. Beck. J. Beecham, J. Liise. D. Banniert. P. 

Corsha. W. Gro'lt. V. Brewster, K. Carpenter, II. Capello, 

1). Carototta, J. .Judice. 
Second Row: P. Hornev, V. Bednar. S. Angene. II. Coats- 
worth. S. Combs, B. Coons, N. Corbett. P. Crego, A. 

Daniels. J. Danzinger. M. Dolan. B. Budd, M. Bray, S. Durk. 
Third Row: D. Horvath, J. Blackburn, J. Eekerman, R. 

Edwards, B. Elbe, M. Inkier. V. Hamilton. D. Fink, D. 

Becker. N. Funk. G. Gianasi, S. Gebe. C. Dinunzio. J. 

Haller. E. Hassink. J. Kent, M. Herr. 
Fourth Row: P. Bank, S. Averv, L. Grugel. P. Gribbons, 

a. Andolsec, P. Giles. J. Hocevar, A. Bills. S. Henn. 

E. Berricr. M. Kling. J. Konya, B. Corensic, J. Cosman. 

J. Kovic, P. Nelson. B. Nelson, D. Hamilton. 
Fifth Row: J. Carano, N. Clements, D. Charles. B. Glavic, 

J. Jesberger, E. Kasunic, M. Pike, G. Hurka. J. Jablon. 

P. Kernz, E. Kline, K. Kriz, M. Krizman. S. Kovach. 

II. Kunkel, L, Kushner, M. Leuty, D. Kramer. 



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one huiuiretl and twentv-onc 



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iFuturp ®rarl|prB of ^mprira 




Trent Row: J. I'aiilj, A. Cnn.ks S. ICnnr, A. 1 i,(';iimi,i. 


.M. I'lllllir-, \V \lM^ 


H, X. Kr.ri^, ,1, ( 11 


Second Row: Miss L. Aingworth, M. Jones, V. Lombardo 
«:iv. (\ Skodlnr, N. Hunt, W. Inman, M. Jelco. 

Third Row: B, Tench, A. Pratt, D. Lu.sk, E. Bambakakis 
K. Badovinac, H. Hollstein, B. Jenne, C. Bayer. 

Fourth Row: P. Turner, E. Monroe, S. Kichler, D. Allisc 
J. Eldred, S. Henn, A. Poerste, J. Beecham. 


C. YanSc.der. X. Kn 

C. Garrett, .J. Toplak 

n, D. Heik. D. Wciome 


!!■<. R. Arthur. I>. Gall 
, J. Lindner, Y. Chuld 
r. D. Hick.K. P. McKci> 



'I'lic Future Teachers of America i.s an active organization comixised of those students who have as their 
common poal the teaching the youth of tomorrow. Each year the members are given the opportunity of sub- 
stituting in one of our city schools. Tliis annual function enables my students to obtain an idea of the experi- 
ences found in a teacliing' career. 



Under the able guidance of my class sponsor, Mr. Bruce Graham, and Class President, Ray Vespe, my 
Senior Cabinet discussed and settled many problems with which my Senior Class is confronted. This year's 
Senior Cabinet, which is composed of the class officers and an elected hoy and girl from each homeroom, 
helped plan my Senior Pl;iy, .Senior Prnm, ]ii"tnrr><. .-ind rdininiTicrnicnt cxi-rciscs. 



r ^rSfS^ r 




rront Row, .1 Tuml.iv M E--i.<isn(i, 

I) (.ililicnv M /iilii 
Second Row: .1 Heitu'-v, K B.ilbu//e, P Laimi-ik.is A Orlando, ,T 
Third Row, U Vdam^, R Sluga, .7 Phet<h«ait ,T F.iber, X Hans 

I) (,i iKind .7. Fan-child 
Fourth Row: Mr, B, Graham, B R.igbciif; (4 Weir, I' McGuigaii 
B Wiltshire, 



L Obeidank .1 Skinner .7 Kern 
one hundred and twenty-twc 




Front Row \ Luiiili 

M. P. mini ton 
Second Eow D Shaw. 



Third Row. D. Whitaker, M. Ctlas 
I). Bulogh. Mr. A. Vaccarriel 



D. Stupku, D. Burr. .V. Horvatli. 
,]. Johnscin, S. Harper, K. Balbu 



Wilsdort. M. Kly. H. Hollsteiii. 
,J. lafelifp, R. Miller. N. Hunt, 



The Ad Club i.s one of my most essential organizations. Supervised by Mr. Anthony Vaeeariello, it aids 
my athletie department, by selling tickets for games before and during the event, by collecting tickets at the 
doors, and by performing other duties. Often they are called upon to aid in the publicity and promotion of 
my sports activities. 



Sponsored by tlie Kiwanis (.'lull, my Key Club is composed of buys wlio meet one evening a week for tlie 
purpose of community service. 'I'liis program provides outside recreation for tlie members and lielps them 
to develop their cliaracter and their ability to get along with others. Tlie club offers its members a chance 
to visit manufacturing ])lants, to listen to interesting speakers, and to assist with the Ke,\' Club dance. My 
members also attend an annual convention of clubs in (Iv Oliio distri<'t. 




Fr 


ont 


Row: 


K, 


K,k 


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1. 


V 


■ar 


■, T. 


P.ro 


vniii 


S 


concl 


Row 


,1 


Kk 


line 


,. 


1) 


Kii 


■ti. D, 


Ml 


dsa 


Third 


Sow: 


n 


1)( 


UKk 


s, 


(!. 


Tf 


.schke 


R 


M. 




,1 


Wink 


er. 


T 


(Jri 


hi 


III. 










Fourth 


Row 


C 


f'i 


u-h. 


G 


S 


rii, 


G, Y 


ar\ 


. 1". 



C hniith, J Liibler, M W.ilklet, T L.lPmte 
L Sthiilineibter, R. Kellj, T Stokes. C Gent K Can 
var, N Kpolar, .7 Mol.aughhn, B Koehne, E Libhj 

Sihuegler. L, Oberdank, G. Wright, D, Mills, 



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Front Eow: K KelU, ]i 


Ilennl- 


. I). Kubilus. B. :iIarMi 


. T. Sto 


kes. K Rc.bert-, I 


K Ree\..v 










Second Row: R W<irlr.\, . 


. Kkmi 


er, B. Lym-h. R. Thori.e 


E. Bolo 


.1, I). M.iria, C. M 


Third Row: Mr. Hai 


e\. B 


Carletc.n, C. Zingales, 


B. Nebe 


F. fonroy, B. .1 


rhhida, n Sanger. 











Every time a movie i.s .shown in my extensive visual education program, tlie operator beliind the projector 
i.s a trained member of the Movie Club. Members receive instructions on the use and care of the equip- 
ment from Mr. Olin Bailey, the club sponsor. They aid the teachers in using movies by "bringing the screen 
to the classroom" and tlicy are among the privileged grouj) who "ride the elevators". 

The proceeds from tlic noon movies, shown by the Movie Club, are used to provide funds for additional 
equipment. 



The members of Mr. Melvin Robb's Camera Club are continually occu])ied photographing school events 
for my Siirvfii. Eiiclidiiiii. and other publications. Members learn the use of ]irofessional equipment and 
have every opjiortunity to enqiloy their knowledge in covering my sports, social, and academic events. Tlie 
club sponsors a yearly intra-school photo contest and members exhibit Hieir worl< in various shows tlirougli- 
out the year. 




I 



CAMERA CLUB 
Front Row: 10. .Soeder, R. Sherman, A. Bills, P. Kife, K. Hanes. 
Second Row: P. MeDowell, C. Hoefle, L. Oberdaiik. P. Leinshede 
Third Row: Mr. M. Robb, A. Bino, N. Yeajer, J. Winkler, J. Mar 



hundred and twenty-four 




p. A. ANNOUNCERS 

Sekston, M. Derbaum, J. Br, 



"The P. A. Announcers . . . bring you the morning annoinnemenls." Altlioiigh this grow]) lias no otlicr 
eluince to meet, the P. A. Announcers, under the direction of Mr. Leonard Kohuek, can always he called upon 
for something unusual and entertaining in the course of making the daily announcements. 



\Vli( 
P. A. 



else hut 



P. A. Technician could make any sense 
com. Mr. James Gebhart and Mr. Jack Miller, 



lUt 



i)f tile great conglomeration of i(iui])ine 
see to it that not onlv do the nic 



mj- P. A. rcom. Mr. James Gebhart and Mr. Jack Miller, sponsors, see to it that not only do the nieiubers 
know how to use this equipment but also that they have the opportunity to employ their technical skill. It 
is the duty of the P. A. Technicians to take care of all intra-school communications. Members set up the 
equipment for the morning announcements, handle the various other classrooni calls, and are often called 
upon to make tape or disc recordings of my \arious functions. 




Front Row: <;. Anderson, S. Plockc, Mr. J. Gebhart, M, Watkin.s, R. Lorenz, Jlr. .1. lliller 

Second Row: D. Turk, N. Roeder, B. Walsh, J. Tophik, J. Wuchte, B. Lockwond. 

Third Row: F. Spino, R. Toplak, R. Uncapher, D Schearfl, D. Mills, R. Rotmiin, D. Rehii 



p.A.UIrrlintnanB 



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ine hundred and twent\'-fiv 




Front Row: E. llonroe, F. Brciwn. li Siliiiltz. 

Second Row: J. SandHer, M. Coleman, C. Rogasch, J. Sperl, K. Badnvanic, L. Davis, G. Kuhvin. 

Third Row: N. Hansen, S. Durk, U. Holier, D. Appleby, C. Garett, G. Anderson, S. Fisher. 

Fourth Row: N. Pavlicek. S. Dirk. L. Bush, L. Nelson, R. Babnik, R. Warren. 

Fifth Row: D. Fielding, R. Caldwell, J. Corner, B. Smith, L. Scheffler, Mrs. H. Stewart. B. Carleton. 

The purpose of in.v World Affairs C'liil) is to intere.st students in current world iiroblems and to develop 
?rstanding in their sohitions. During the club period, the members discuss an important issue, often 
1 the aid of a movie or a guest speaker. Under the direction of Mrs. Helen Stewart, the club sponsor. 



understand 

with _ ^ ., 

members participate in many community activitie 

A group of my students have joined the Publications Club in order that they might help extend to my 
student body the creative writing talent of some of their friends. Not only does this club run a contest each 
year fur material, but it prints and sells the stories, poems, and essays in a booklet form called the ■■Euciiiio." 
■I'lii- rliib ,i]s.> iHililislud llir "S. ni.ir Srand.il .Slu-ef ,ind "Class Will" for graduating seniors. 



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Front Row: T. 
Second Row: T. 
Third Row: -M 



EUCUYO 

iikiT.. .V. Carlson. \I . Ili-vl>aum. B. Loi'kwi 
i-ah.iiii. .\. Kowi'. L. Ticknor. B. Hiilnii'S, V. 
U. Olson, J[. Jlurra.v. E. Anderson. P. Sn 



line luindrcd and twenty-six 




BED CROSS 



Miss Edith Lemon's Keel Cross group is a club with a purpose. It is dedicated to serve others. The 
club, among its other functions, provides aid to various institutions such as hospitals and the armed forces. 
Members prepare gift boxes and a gift exhibition to be sent abroad in an effort to do all they can to im- 
l)rove international relations. 1 feel it is truly a significant achievement when some of m> students can learn 
to work together for the benefit of others. 



My stage crew consists of the members of two daily classes in stagecraft, one under the direction of 
.Mr. Herbert Xold, the other su])ervised by Mr. Gene Thompson. In these classes members learn the funda- 
mentals of scenery, scenery design, and stage construction. .Members of my stage crew cmiiloy their know- 
ledge in setting up my stage and scenery for assemblies and the wide variety of other programs wliicli tran- 
spire in my auditorium. 




Front Row: .Mr. H. Nold, D. Falk, C. Clnisluff. T. Ciu u, .. I> Il.m . l: -M.xui^, B. Bliuisett 
Second Row; B. Tentler, L. Giilab, .1. Berg. R. Bubnik, J. K.mIl.i. I), yluar, Mr. V. Thomii-^ion. 
Third Row: h. Kciihn, .J. Highland, L. Liptac, L. Wilk, R. Ri.-.bee. .T. Zanffhi, A. Kibh.v, H. Lobs 



i'tagr (£.Y^m 



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one hundred and twenty-seven 



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Second Row: N. Clark, L Brozina. R. Ohapnian, (>. Tp,- 

Kurti, J. Burviil, J. Clark. 
Third Row: Mrs. J. Kline, A. Nevlow, J. Bradley, G. Klauminzer, S. Thoi.ia; 

C. Oiulerdonk, M. Glass, N. LaPorte, P. Telling, Mr. .J. Oram. 
Fourth Row: B. Williams, C. Dreyer, J. Diamond, G. Rober.s, 1). Ciillin.5, 1). ( 

L. Koeth, C. Magnusson, 



.\. Protleff, T. Browning, B. Bate 



I). Golobie, T. Virtn 



I). Mills, B. Hale 



Xai Xaixila i.s the secret name of my .swim club. It 
is an Hawaiian name Avhose meaning is known only to 
its members. Nai Napola was organized in 1952 by 
Mr. .Tody Gram and Miss Mary Wolverton. Since 
Miss Wolverton left Kiiclid, her .job has been taken 
over by Mrs. Jane Kline. 

Membership includes twenty boys and twenty girls, 
usually juniors and seniors, wlio must jiass a rigid 
test before becoming members. They must show pro- 
ficiency in nine different strokes by doing two laps 
of the pool with each stroke. They must show some 
skill in diving and also in underwater swimming. They 
must demonstrate their endurance by doing a pre- 
scril)e<l number of laps of the pool. 

The purpose of the club is to advance aquatic .skills, 
Tliey include synchronized and speed swimming plus 
water safety. 

In llic spring N'ai Napola presents its annual Water 
Show, There is one central theme upon which several 
acts are liased. These acts m.'iy include .synchronized 
swimming, or comedy, (lis])laying all the skills of the 
members. 




.Slllrle^ Gre.lNev treaMirei , X.ldia Tidmar, vice-pre«i 
(lent. Tim Bro^nina -.ec-ietar>, and Louis Brozina 
president, posiuK on the low dnina board. 



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\ Ki.ei^te Second Row M Evih.mIh 1 Kiividi Third Row 1> Tew 
Fourth Row [) W.iliiisi .1 Biiiihiidt \ Kliiii \ NeKoii Fifth Row 
(iiIiImi- M Hi.vk\ii J Liliei Sixth Row. C hkmUui. I) M.iiui, P McK 

A Mil-. .11 Seventh Row \\ R\<Wi H Heunan b Smith, B Hall 
Eighth Row I' ( . mills 1) KiuU, B Tench P Turner, & Kichl 

1 Ninth Row. .1. iHilskis. Mlss 0. Gre\e. B. Coski. 



R. Mille 

.T. Eltlrei 

D Alhson, I) Osber 




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The groii]) (if wliitt-.suitc;! girl, rmnul in tlic gym 
every Wedne.scla,\-, third period, is tlie dirls' I.eader.s 
Club. The group i.s comjiosed of athletically 
inclined girl.s with a high ranking' in .scholarship, 
leadership, sportsmanship, and dependability. It is 
under the direction of Miss Carol Greve. 

A special function of the club is the Leaders" 
Clinic, which introduces those girls who are inter- 
ested in becoming members to the purpose and ideals 
of the club. Every sport and its rules are discussed 
by the present members, .Junior and sophomore 
girls are eligible to attend tlie Clinic and become 
candidates for membership. When the selection of 
new members is made, the pre;;ent ones initiate tbem 
by both a formal and an informal ceremony. 

Tlie main purpose of my G.I..C. is assisting in 
the teaching of skills, organizing sports and activ- 
ities, and refereeing intramurals. My leaders are 
also in charge of makeups. 

.\n imjurtant social activity i, Ihe .Annual .Mumni 
.N'igbt, a social get-together of all old and new 
members. Members of the club have been invited 
to various play days, sponsored by member schools 
of the Lake Erie League and certain indeiiond- 
ent schools. 



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one hundred and thirtv-one 



£ 




Here you set- pictured all n\\ senior Leaders taking part in the various s])orts 
offered to my girls in the gym classes. 



1111' liimilrcd nml tliirtv-two 



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Front Row: S. (Irenves, K. Kellv. Second Eow: X. Mornm-. N. Viflniiir. M. Buriu, .1. Freili. N. Per 
A. flunks. J. Biudli-v. Third Row: P. Telling, X. Clark, J. Xevliiii, .M. Ghiss, 1). lii)l(.l;ie. A, Vidii 
S. ThoiiKi.s. Fourth Row: .'<, (■MHleril..Tik, (i. KlaUMlinzer, .1. Braillev, X. LaPnrte, .]. Clark, .1. Pletcl 




m Burns, Audrey Ciiidks, N.i 
Judy Bradley and Shirle\ i 
nany skilLs in llie pool. 



One of tlu' main duties of my girl swini- 
mor.s is to 1r'I|) in niv swiiiiiiiiiii^' classes 
teaching gii'ls how to swim and how to 
improve theii- various strokes. The mem- 
bersliip consists of twentv girls who are 
chosen by Mrs. Jane Kline, Jody Gram, and 
my Swim Club. The girls have to pass a 
rigid test of many aquatic skills before they 
are eligible for membership. 

My girl swimmers are engaged in m:inv 
special activities. They are given the oppor- 
tunity to participate in my annual water 
show, to [ Ian the intramural swim meet 
among the gym periods, to teach in classes, 
and to promote all forms of water safety 
and other aipiatic activities. 



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une luiiulrt'd and Uiirtv-tlir 



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Frcnt Eow: \\\ 



G.A.A. ADVISORY BOAKD 



KUired, Ddlci 



istf. Second Eo 



great asset in maintaining; ]>eace, the 
> inject s]>ortsniansliii) into tlie minds 



Sine sixirtsmanslii]) in our world of today is 
main )iur]iose of my ("lirls" Athletic Association i; 
of all it i meinhers. 

The G.A.A. enables any of my high school girls to participate in the various sports, 
such as field hockey, basketball, volleyball, and badminton. The goal of each member is 
to receive the letter "E" which is awarded when she acquires a specific number of points 
earned tlirough participation in intramural sports and other outside sport activities. 

The G..\.A. Advisory Board is composed of members who are specifically in charge 
of a certain sport. They schedule the tournaments, see that able referees are present, and 
rejiort the jioints acipiired by each girl. 




SENIOR G.A.A. 



Front Row: 



oerste, D. Walensa, B. (';irin-nter, \V. Allison. M. Bn 
]>. .M:iriii. C. Marolt. Second Row: N. XpIkoh, .T. liiMnhanlt. J. Elbe 
iHMsUy. .J. Criimer, A. Horvath, M. PhiUijis. ('. .stniilcs. Third Row: .7 
.r, Daiis, ,J. Kovac'h, M, Espositn, K. Jlorgan, A. Hhun'. 1!. (iibl) 
IS. Wilson. .1. Mavihione. 0. Jtatliias, .1. KMred. P. nelanov, 
O'Connor, R. Arthur. 



M. Pembertoi; 

Todd, n. Jlisli 

ra, C. Skodlar, 

1[. Elv. Fourth Row: 

Mo.iall, ,T. JIntc-hler. 



hundred and thirty- four 




JUNIOR G.A.A. 



Front Row (. CT.uc.t.ilc) \ k../i(i\\vki (. im „mai , E 

llMl.len M Rus.Ku, I) \lli^.iii 1 (Ink P Telling, V 

\.u, B H.iimlton X Smith, P Dugaii P Combs, W 

N Hunt S H.irpei. J Nevlon Third Row: M Luck, M Mclnt 

IJ H.ill H Heim.ni. B S.iUimone D Kida. C Lp'iko, 

Fourth Row; S Kuhler, F Nuluk JI C.iheit, B Ave 

(.. Gibbs, ir Keskm. S McCord A Cox, J Dulskis, 

P Turner, M Shuber, M Klein J Johnson. M Mei 

wnodie. K Kreinheder. S Gle.i!,on M Chi istophei 



11 



Liomb.ii fill Second Row 

Rvder, P Bidgood, 1 Pimgle, 

\ie, B Coski, N Moc 

t D Krull D O.ilob 

K ir Wall 7 Fletch 



Tenth, L Pi 



Vidii 

H H.ilii 



Fifth Row 

li Skill 



MiCulU 

1 Bailee 
M Dm 




SOPHOMORE G.A.A. 

T. ]>use, .S. Lvons, B. O'Hare, E. Wonder'.y, N. Parsons 

P. Xels.iii. 11. Kiivach. Sccjna Row: U. Moore, J. Kocevar, E 

\. I'avliiek. G. Piistnak, S. Henn. J. Kent. J. Kon,ia, B. Rowe 

do. Third Row: A. DeGiiulaiiui, ,J. Wuihte, M. Fike, D. Kramer, N. Finke. S. Mester 

Mclntyre, P. Crego, M. Snyder, M. Kunkel, A. McKay, S. Peek, J. Blackburn, M. Zimmerman 



Front Row: K. Muml 
S. Patmore, .J. .Judi 
Kusunic, A. Neylon. M. Sk 



Fourth Row: ,1. Toplak, P. Nelson, M. Leuty, X. Kejilogle, E. Ha 



J. Eoke 



M. Weaver, F. Rini 



link, P. Toll, C. Oroutt, ,J. Perlioi, 



^trb' Atl|Ifttr Asaitrtattnn 



oi c luiiulri'd ;iii(l thirtv-five 



£ 



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(Girls' §|torts 




one tiiuulred and thirtv-six 




H 




0^8 




porta 



Jniiimliual abiltti|, tram spxtit. auh gaah taati^aQ 
rombtnr tn gtnr to mt aurrraaful araaona in atifUttra . 

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Front Kow: B. Stewiirt, Manager; J. Loiigo, B L>il'.i.ilo. H. 
holic, R. Ko'itienshek, J. Bombach, D. Wadsworth. Second Eow 

D. DuRose, F. Spino. B. Tentler, B. Long, A. Trvon. I). An<l,-r 
Backfield Coach; S Rocto, B. Porter. R. Hager, J. Petruzzi, B. Pa\ne, P. 
A, Radv, Mr. A. Vaoiariello. Facultv Manager. 

Fourth Row: Mr. S. DiBiasio, Head Coach; G. Champa, L. Krause, D. A 
G. Opalich, J. Orcutt. D. .Smith. S. Willow, R. Vanek. Mr. R. Keay, Direc 

E. Worlev, Manager; D. Pavi-s, T. Lebreton, K. Rmchart, R. Pegoraro, 
Lapinskas. D. McLaughlin. M. Paponra'.. D Skranc. (J Kniptcr. Head M 



vn. K. Jjudvik. K. W.ilso 
. C. E.-kert. Line Coach 1 
J. Hall Third Row: Mr 
a\ne, P. Kloskv, B. Dietz 




CO-CAPTAINS 

Watson pointing (nit to Bill Warholi^ 
"f the Homecoming game. 



Till', yt-ar'.s sea.sciii rfciird in toiitliall, t'niir \ ictcirics ami 
t'citir dffcat.s, i.s a credit to my ciiacliiiifi- .staff wlio iiidldpd 
a. {jroiip of green iila.vers into ii sniootli-functioning-, lilgli- 
si>irited squad. Surprising a favorite Aslttaliula eleven in 
the battle of "Pantliers," my team s\ve]>t to a four touch- 
down victory in the season opener and sparl^ed by Ed laid- 
\ iek's running, fought on even terms with powerful Canton 
I.ehniiui. The heartbreak of the year came in the I.akewooci 
game when a spectacular end /,cne cattb by Don Smith was 
ruled incomplete, and the Hangers rolled to a second half 
triumph and an eventual league cham])ionshii). jMy boys 
rebounded, however, against Parma and upset its stadium 
dedication with a Panther victory. This set the stage for 
the Shaw game at a time when the Cardinals were the class 
of the league. Two touchdown underdogs, my gridders led 
by Ed Ludvick's touchdown runs and the linebfcking of Ken 
Watson, ground out a decisive 21-0 victory. Homecoming 
was a forfeit to me by Cleveland Heights, but Lorain's 
Stcelers had too much dejith the following week. In the final 
game against Shaker, my Panthers struck with a i:!-(l first 
quarter lead liut faltered in the second half to drop a clo.se 
contest. 

In every game my team disjilayed tlie elements of clean, 
hard football and won as man.\- fans with s])irited sportsman- 
shi]) as witli tltrllling touchdown runs. 



lUni-ntfit 4^nniU^\^ 




t'uaclu's Kcki-rt. Dili 
liliiys before :\ gam 



If voirvc evt'i- tried talkiiif^- to my football foachcs, 
"Sparkv" DiBiasio, "■I'liclc Xcal" Xclscii, and "Big Chief" 
Eckert, at the same time, you may he sure every word thev 
say will be humorous. I, Eddie, happened to be passing the 
sports office when they wei'e together. I sto])])ed in and tlie 
subject of football was iimuediately brought up. They were 
talking about their coaching technifjues. "What was differ- 
ent about this year's technique as compared to la.st year's?" 
I asked. "Eckert coached," broke in Xeal. "We used eleven 
men instead of ten," responded F^ckert. And Sparky, doing a 
jig dance, demonstrated the last routine. Trying to be serious, 
Coach Nelson said, "We impro\ed on our split-T formation." 
"Trouble is," interrupted the Big Chief, "it split in reverse 
— in defense instead of offense." Sparky continued in the same 
manner, "We went to coaching schools that taught us how to 
improve our drills." "Yes," agreed Uncle Neal, "we taught 
drills. Next year we'll get around to teaching the game." Silence 
fell ; and not wanting them to stop with their liumorous 
remarks, I asked, "Do you tiiink it was a successful year.'" 
Spai-ky started to answer with, "Success isn't measured in 

one huiulrt'd mikI t'ortv 






wills or losses, hut on what tlie hovs ^et out of the sport." 
Eckert and Xeal ended the answer witli, "Yes, what a guv gets 
out of it — an autographed east, a front row seat at tile 
atlilctie asseinblv, and a praetiee jersey or two." Suddenly, all 
heeanie serious about the subject they could joke about — 
joke about only because they knew and liked it so well — 
because it is a.s much a part of them as eating and reading and 
teaching. "The relationship between coach and player was 
really something," said Sparky. "The boys on the team f?lt 
we were their friends, and we felt they w^ere ours. You know 
how Eckert is, Eddie, always an air of humor when he's around. 
The boys would lock-up his clothes while he was taking a 
shower, or else they'd turn his lock ujiside down." 

"Our boys really did a marvelous job for as inexperienced 
as they were," continued Sparky, while Xeal and Eckert 
nodded in agreement, "most of their success was due to the 
great amount of team spirit they had." "You remember the 
Shaw game," Nelson interrupted, "don't you, Eddie?" "Isn't 
that the one where Shaw, who was undefeated was sujjjjoscd to 

(iiie hundred and forty-one 




Top Left ( 

(I.iuble « 

Dims (23) 



and DePiiula 



Top Right' Ken Watson (40) plunges through the grasp 
(if L,ike«ood s Bin Bait.i for n Euelid touchdown in 
thf thini period, Blm-kioE, End Don Smith (24). 

beat you by two touclidowns?" I asked, 
and we beat tbem by a score of 21-0, 
ished Neal. 

"We finished with a 4-4 record. A record 
made with determination and spirit." "And," 
Sparkv added, "I feel with a little more luck, 
we could have had a 7-1 record." 

"The ffuvs on the teams started callina' Hill 





Bottom Left Slim s /impiii.i 172) 
1 11, s In 1 II, lid Hilll, uks lid Lulv 
W itMiii (i7l 


lined to the side 
k (42) ant Ken 




Bottom Right Spaikx looks with 
tioii lit kin Wat-on that opponents 
thi season Ken itturned to star l 
fit tiie Lakewond game 


concern on a post 
larely saw during 
1 the second h ilf 


Ves, 


Tentler, 'Moose'," continued Kckert, "b 


fin- 


of the funnv noises he 


made while h 



aecause 
was 
practicing." 

All agreed as I was leaving the office, "Yes, 
Eddie, they were a good gang to work with — 
to share wins and losses with — we hope next 
vear's team is as cooperative and spirited as 
thev were." 



Top Left; Wntson scores iii;aiii; A Shiiker tiu-kler tuils 
ill this attempt to hold him on the one yard line. Bill 
Tintler (.52) and C4eorge Opalich (41) supply blocking. 
Top Right: Euclid's line in pursuit as an Ashtabula 
li.ick tries sweeping the end. .John Hall (51), Denny 
Adams (37), and Dick Anderson (number hidden by 
the ball) evade 'Bula blockers. 

Bottom Left: This twentv-yard .iaunt against Lakew-ond's 
s hv Ken Watson is tvpiciil of the senior co. 



1 ,11 


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Cleveland 


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Bottom Right: "Xuinber 8" cnulines half time stia 
in the loiker room Senior halfback Bill Brown (20) 
Vthletic Director Dick Keav are among the ser 




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v. I). Oslinrii, A. Mosmi. B. FnlntiU'li. J. Bombach, Captai 
SchiiK'lick. Second Row: llr. Giilicki, T. Longo, M, Misic 
iliohell:i. D. Teiitler. Mr. H. XoUl. Third Row: J. lIi-Duffy 
I). Hughes, C. Holnu's, G. Sihri.cl.r. R. Mi(;ii-Kcir. 



: P. DiDio, B. Bui-ger. B. McCov 
B. Adiims, n. Marsh, 1). linldc-n 
G. Repiisy. L. Sqiiiri', .7. Moiinitt 



^■ARSITY 

Aslitahulfi 7 

Canton Leliman 14 

I^akcwood 23 

Parma 15 

Shaw ' 

Cleveland Heights 

Lorain 26 

Shaker 14 



SEASON'S SCONES 

jrXIOR VARSITY 

Euclid 40 I,akc\vood 18 Euclid 6 

u"''l'-'! li Cleveland Heights 20 Euclid 12 
Euclid 14 ^ 

Euclid 20 Shaw 12 Euclid 

Euclid 21 I'arnia 24 Euclid 6 

Euclid 2 

Euclid 1:5 J^"''^"" « ^'"^•••^ ^' 

Euclid IM Shaker 6 Euclid 



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SEASON'S SCORES 

East 44. 

Harvey 43 

Shaker 53 

Parma 39 

Lakewood 60 

Shaw 46 

Brush 39 

C. Heights 50 

Shaker 38 

Geneva 40 

Parma 44 

I^akewood 37 

Aslitabula 38 

Shaw 36 

C. Heifflits 32 



Kudi 


1 3() 


Eucli 


i 40 


EucH 


1 57 


Eucli 


1 17 


Eucli 


1 27 


Euc'li 


1 31 


Eucli 


1 4() 


Eucli 


1 ?> I 


Eucli 


1 4(i 


Eucli 


\ 57 


Eucli 


1 58 


Eucli 


1 31 


Eucli 


1 -VI 


Eucli 


\ 47 


Eucli 


1 45 



E. Stroberg, M. Mi 


ick, B. Ciammaichella, B. 


Bo 


yto 


a, B. McCor 


mack. 


J. 


Herm 


an, A. Ehas 


D. Osborne, P. Conr 


ly, J. Banks, G. Schroeder 


G 


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to. B. Kiillai 


. P. 


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. B. llotta, ( 


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G Sirn, M W.ilklef, I) DouKlas Second Row: 

Gillesiue, D Sleith, E Chri<;totf H. Miier. 

R C'ronkv II B.iriin D Rif hmiiml, K. Kolnik, 



Witli only one Icttfriiian rctwrninfi' fur tills year's cam- 
paign and an Inexperienced squad from last year to fill the 
vacancies, my varsity basketball team jiosted a l(l-(i sea- 
son record. 

After siifferin;; a defeat in their first irame witli Cleve- 
land East, my s|)irited Panther hoopsters obtained a foiir- 
{rame winniofr streak, defeating Painesvillc Hars'cy, Shaker, 
Parma, and Akron Ellet. But the victory streak was short- 
lived as I.akewood upset my varsity by only one jioint, Shaw 
hy two points, and Brush by eleven. 

Hebounding from these defeats, my cagers outplayed 
t'lcveland Heights, Shaker, Geneva, and Parma. 

With the lo-s of Captain l.att Winder to my Blue and 
tiold line-U]i, our ,shari)-shooting (|uintet lost a c'ose one to 
I.akewood, -ll-SO, that decided the I,.E.L. champi(mship. 

Bouncing back again, my .'quad defeated ,\sbtabula liy 
oTdy one point in one of the moit thrilling games ever seen 
in my gym. 'I'he second last game was lost to a powerful 
Shaw squad who tied the game in the last second of iila.\- 
and won in an overtime. My Panthers ended the 10.5 1 season 
by defeating Cleveland Heights. 



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one hundred and fortv-five 



It was just after basketball season when I happened to see 
Coaches Jim Calvert and John Supance discussing the season's 
happenings. When I, Edward Samuel Hughes (more commonly 
called "Eddy") joined them, they were just agreeing, "A basket- 
ball coach's life is a little rough at times." Coach Supance related 
to me the time Coach Calvert tried to look up a phone number in 
the dictionary. When Coach Calvert was explaining to me how it 
happened, Mr. Supance broke in jokingly with, "He was starting 
to crack." I happened to mention the words "team spirit," and they 
both agreed it was excellent — highest it has ever been. "Just for 
an example," Mr. Calvert explained, "during the season we got 
two new players, transfer students — good players. Two members 
on the team knew that if the new players were too good the_v would 
be replaced by them. But they still worked hard to do everything 
possible to help them — disregarding the thought of being replaced. 
This means they put team success before individual glory, and that 
was the key to our success this 3'ear." 

"There was no selfishness at all.'"' I asked. 

"No, none." 

I continued to ask about the techniques of coacliing this vcar 
as compared to last year. They both said that they had to woi'k 




VARSriY COAClIE'i 



ailing up (Jiiptain Latt's ankk's, bffo 
as Coach 8i;par.co looks on. 









J. Eomback 



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more on t'undiuiientals tliiiii tlicy ever hiul to before. Finesse, a 
faking, stylish play, was taugiit to niai<e up foi- tile loss of height. 

"We're really ))roud of this gang," they continued, "can't .say 
enough about them. When we went to away games, we didnt allow 
them to wear levis, they had to dress up. They looked like a differ- 
ent bunch of guys. They always had good table manners; we were 
i-cally pleased with them. One thing we like to create is an informal 
attitude between coach and ])layer. We like to share their prob- 
lems, experiences, and want to be close to them. That's why," Coach 
Calvert said, "I never minded being called M.C." " 

"I remember," Coach Supance said with a smile, "Ernie and 
Sleith used to open and close the place. They were always first in 
dressing before a game and last in changing after a game." 

"I believe," Coach Calvert said, "that Latt did nuich to relieve 
the tension before and after the games. He had a lot of humor. On 
the bus he'd start conmninity singing that lasted all during the trip. 
We, Coach Su])ance and I, didn't mind this ; it was good, comical 
singing." 

For their final words they both added with deep sincerity, 
"Yes, Kddv, it was a successful vear!" 





High-scoriiiK juni 


or f(.i-Har<l En 


aie Christoff demon- 


L.IvL. champ 


. in Eucli.rs fourth period rally. 


i his iump shut 


asinnst Pai-ma 


, George Sim (111), 






playmaker, eyes 


the hall. Kn 


lie's sharp shooting 


Right: Captai 


n Latt Winder sho«s the form that made 


he Aslitabula gnu 


le in the final 


three seconds. 


his hook-shot 
is the uiisucc 


difficult to stop. Lakewood's Bin Barta 
essful defender. Latt tallied 33 points in 


Christoff drives i 


iround Bin Ba 


rta of Lakewood's 


his final game 


against Geneva for a new one-game record. 



Top Left: Coach 
huddle during time-( 
las, Sleith, and Chi 
terniined performanc 



Top Eight: Clever Dick 
lapse in the Euclid deft 
and Gillespie arrive too 



.lini Calvert 
ut. Cloi-k-wi 
ist,.ff clasp 

Delane 



outlines strategy 
■■(-■ : Gillespie. .Sirn 
ands before anot 



of Brush solves a brit 
Winder. Christoff. W,-ilkle 
late to stop this drive. 



Bottom Left: 
block on an o 
Dick Phillips 
but happy. 

Bottom Bight : 

prepares to send 
and Rudy Pegai 



Bob Crooks junii)s high 



shot during the Bru.sh 



atches Xunibe 

vow Coach.'" J.V. Coai 
in Captain .John Bombai 
fo to stop an opponent 



h George Wilev 
k, Dave Burval, 





K Seuuian, J. Burval, F. Kidd, J. All 
ik 1 (i Teschke, R Chapman. Mr. J. Gram. 

Second Row L Pieb\e<iek T. Radencic, B. Williii 
Hiimond C Drejei L Koeth, C. Yoke. 

Third Row T Ma^he^^ n Gravell, C. Magnusson, 
C Auken G Taiostik J. Mnnnett. 



Libby, D. Whit- 



B. Hale. D. lli 



•J. MoGary. J. Marsh, G. Robe 




The 19.53 swimming team wa.s the be.st in my history 
a.s it broke every school mari< and posted a 7— !• record. 
Although they were defeated by Shaker Heights .53-22 
ill tlie first meet of the season, tlieir team sjiirit and 
individual skills showed steady improvement. As the 
season progressed, my swimmers defeated Shaw .57-18. 
After a l!)-2li loss to University, my Panther swim- 
mers, captained by Senior Tim Browning and coached 
hy Mr. .Jody Gram, obtained a five-meet winning streak 
defeating Wooster 45-30; East Tech ■(■2-32; Cleveland 
Heights +!)-2(); Cuyahoga Falls 5G-10; and Upper 
Arlington ■K)-2!). Although they h)st to I>akewood .53- 
22 and Western Reserve Academy 44.-2(), my spirited 
Panther "aquamen" swam on to victory as they de- 
feated Shaw High 49-26 in their last meet of the sea- 
son. My team provided the crowd with many thrilU. 
The determination exhibited at all the meets was lei- 
tainl}' in the i'hami)ionshi]i class. 



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J. Burval R. Chapman E. 


Seama 


n G. Teschke A. Drotleff 


F 


Kidd 




Upper Left: Mr. Jack Miller clocks Captain Tim Brown 




Lower Left: Dick Collins of Euclid (far right) finishes 


ing- (far right) as he starts in the 100 yard breast stroke 




a close second in the 100 yard back-stroke as Mr. Donald 


against Western Reserve Academy. Tim's best time foi 




Brown times the winner. Dick is the current record 


this event (1:08.8) was one of nineteen records estab- 




holder in this event (1:10.6). 


lished by this year's team. 




Lower Right: Dick Collins starts the 150 yard medlev 


TJpper Eight: Lou Prebevsek (striped shirt) turns in a 




relay against East Tech. The Euclid team of Collins, 


winning time to team manager and meet announcer Ton 




llniwning, and Chuck Smith posted a record time of 1:28.6 



?s. Girls' swimming instructor, Mrs. Jane Klini* 
clerk of the course at all home meets. Mr. "Tyke' 
es of the faculty helped with the timing. 





Front R~w: L Prebewek, S Flem 


UK, L. Yeary, R. Payii^, li llr. 


n. Smith, R. W.TKxvnrth. 




Second Row: A. Picciotti, R. Ha 


c, P. SchweKler. E. Opatrny, 


HMnna, R. DiPaolo, A. Tryon. 




Third Row: J. Dawson, J. Cliai-o, 


R. Schwartz, S. Rosenthal, E 


Tomsic, R. Colli-is 




Fourth Row: R. Hughfs, K. Laute 

11. R.-itann 
Fifth Row: D. I>uR..i.-, I! C.imni 


r, G. Galko, D. Ogrinc-, R. Er/, 


anhella, J. Kombac-k, D. Osbo 


BiiersiT, (i. CinniM- II Ti-iitli 


r, J. Raver. 



, Captain ; S. Willow. 

Bisbee, J. Hall. E. 
hanipa, P. Hicks, R. 

I). Itarsh, (i. Clark. 

Bear, T. Kuclui. li. 




This year ni.v track var.sit,\' facod its toii.u'liest .sea ^oii, 
cdinpcting: in fifteen dual nu'et.s, relays, and cli.iini>iiin- 
sliij) contests. Coacli George Wiley, in liis fir.st year 
witli track, was assisted by "Sparky" DiBiasio and 
li'dked to nine returning lettermen to form the nucleus 
of hii squad. Captain Tom Stokes supplied strenfrih in 
the dashes; Sam Willow excelled in both hurdle events 
and the high .juni)); Dick Wad.sworth and Don Smith 
bandied the middle distances and the relays; I.ouis 
Prebevsek provided a seasoned performer in the half- 
mile run; Dick Hronkall. Sjim Fleming, and I.elioy 
Yeary fillled openings in many events and gave deiith 
to the squad. 

After the scholastic indoor meet at the Arena, the 
team prepared for my second annual Euclid Invitational 
Relays in meets with Mentor, Cleveland West, and 
Heights. Strong opponents were met in the Mansfield 
and the West Tech Rela.vs and district and state com- 
])ctition followed meets with Parma, Shaw, Willougbby, 
and Shaker. 

The season's highlight was the Lake Erie League Meet, 
and my trackmen showed the comjietition, including 
Lakewood's powerful champions, that Euclid's Panthers 
were a determined outfit. 



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(Urark 




R. Broiikall 



Arpua ^nX 



Mv trackmen finislicd third in the Suburban I Division of tlie scholastic track meet held 
at the Arena on Aj)ril 2. An outstanding performance was given by Dick Wadsworth and 
Don Rositano when they captured first and second place respectively in the 440-yard dash. 
Sophomore Ed Stroberg came within one tenth of a second of the meet record in winning the 
■50-yard dash. The mile relay team of Rositano, John Bomback( I,eRoy Yeary, and Wads- 
worth finished second, yielding to Shaker after a hotly contested race. Sam Willow Wiis the 
only Euclid man to place in two individual events — the liigh jump and the 50-yard high 
hurdles. 



(EroBB (Enrntlry 

Finishinjr third in the I.aisc 
Eric League, ninth in tlie District 
and ])lacing a runner in the State, 
my Panther Cross-country team, 
ea])tained hy Rohert Hale, dis- 
l>layed jijenty of <lrive and en- 
durance. 

These spirited eiiidcrmen ojiened 
the season witli two straight vic- 
tories over Shaw and Painesville 
Harvey, tlien dropped a close 
meet with Shaker Heiglits. Only 
I>ake«'ood's state champions de- 
cisioned tliis s(|uad willi am 
authority, 

Dfive Heck, a so]ihonu)re, was 
tlio numlier one man, (ilaciiig 
seventli in the Lake Erie League, 
nintli in tile District, and thirty- 
nintli out of 180 in tlie State Meet 
at Columhus. 

Coach George Wiley was great- 
ly pleased with my team's show- 
ing, and he is looking forward to 
even greater achievements next 
year with si.x lettermen returning. 



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Front Bow: D. Rositniio. B. Hale, D. Heck, L. Prebovsek, D. Hicks. 
Second Row: Mv. G. Wiloy. D. Tomsic, S. Rosenthal. B. Marvin. J. Elliott. N. f.pohi 
11. .Lines, l;. Giirgiulo. 



oiu' lumdred and fiftv- 



n * 



Kneeling; R. Kosteinshek. 














Front Row: R, Schultz, F. Hurka, E. Ho 
Wnrley, R. Pegoraro. 


vanet, C. Obert 


K 


Lumadu 


■. W. 


Angelino, G. 


Harri.s, 


Second Row: R. Falatach, H. Baion. R. 
Burval. 


Metzger. J. Lo 


igi 


R. Bn/.i 


iiski, 


P. liuRch. D 


•Torank 


Third Row: Mr. (ialicki, J. Fairchild. J 
Elliott. 


Misick, .3. Pe 


,ru^ 


zi, H. At 


still, 


G. Weir, R. 


Sandmi 


Fourth Row: Mr. N. Xelson, J. Yarcli.-k 


>, K. nrowii, H 


R 


iiehart, E 


C'hr 


stuff, W. Br 


.«n, (i. 




CAPTAIN 
RoUie Kosteinshek talking on the phone 
in the athletic office. 



'i'hi.s year to the call of 'M'lav hall" thirty vai-sity 
candidates reported to my new ba.sehall ct)ach, Mr. Xoal 
Nelson. With Captain-elect Rollie Kosteincheck the only 
returning letternian from last year's L.E.Iv. champion- 
ship team. Coach Nelson faced a rebuilding- job in order 
to meet the tough schedule of !-.?>. I.,, play and indc- 
i:endent contests. 

Seniors Bill Brown, Gary \Vcir, Dick Schult/ and 
Hari-y Meier showed early promise but support had to 
be found in a group of underclass men headed by Juniors 
Frank Spino, Chuck Obert, Rudy Pegararo, Ed Hovan- 
cek, Ray Buzanski, and Julian Petruzzi and Sophomore 
Eddy Brown. A strong pitching staff was headed by 
Juniors Ernie Christoff, Richard Rinchart and 
George Codling. 

Coach Nelson, assisted by Mr. Al Galicki and Mr. 
John Supance, corrected mistakes and directed enthu- 
siasm. The cx})erience gained by the squad will help 
future Euclid varsities. 



laai>baU 1954 



^ 



)iic Imiidrcil ami fit'tv-sevcn 



lasrball 195 




I^SJ Tx. ,...^,. J ■ 



CAPTAIN 
Ken Anzells i>reseiiting 
League and District 
ship tropllies to Coai 



My 1953 baseliall squad made a fine showinf; by winning 
fifteen games, losing three, and tying one. My team proved 
to lie a true champion as it won the Lake Erie League Cham- 
])i(msliip for the second year in a row. It also won the Dis- 
trict Class A Cliampionship and was runner-up in the Class A 
Kegionals. 

Team captain, Ken Anzells, and two jiitchers, Ernie Henkle 
and Phil Borovic, were ])icked for the All-Scholastic Team. 
These three, along with Bob Bartlett and Fred Adamowitz, 
were also included in the All Lake Erie Team. They all 
were signed by ma.jor league organizations during the sum- 
mer. 

Tile Class A final with Akron Ciarfield was a real thriller! 
Euclid led 3 to going into the sixth inning when Akron 
filled the bases on a single and two walks. With a 3 to 2 
count, Phil Borovic tried to throw the ball past the batter but 
instead the ball went flying over tlie right field wall into 
Lexington Avenue for a grand-slam home run. That was the 
ball game, 4 to 3 in favor of Akron Garfield, and the final 
game of the season. 



; the Lake Eri.' 
lass A champion- 
John Pohto. 



rtlett, n. AUar, B. Ba 



■tlett, R. Kosteinshek. F. Artamowicz, 
R. Rinehart, K. Anzells, E, Hinkel, 





(Jpnuis 



t)iu- (if tin- rt-ccnt interschoUis- 
lie sports Milckd to uiy schedule 
is tennis. My t;ill tennis team 
participates in tlie I.alie Kr'.e 
League while iiix' sjiring- tennis 
team vies for lionori in tlie Great- 
er Clevchmd League. Witli the 
close of the 1!>5;! fall season, the 
team, eajitained by Har\'e\' Baron, 
found itself tied for third place 
in the Lake Erie League. Dis- 
pla.ving much spirit and interest 
in the game, my "Blue and (Jold" 
nelters gave all their opjionents a 
good battle. Having seen much 
improvement throughout the fall 
season. Coach Frank Troglia can 
put his team on the court this 
^I)ring knowing that they will be 
I threat to an\ foe. 



On the Pine Kidge Country 
Club course, my golfers, instruct- 
ed by Mr. Frank, Pringle in his 
first season as coach, met league 
teams from Parma, Shaker, Wil- 
loughby, Cleveland Heights, anil 
Wickliffe. The tradition estab- 
lished by former coach, Mr. Har- 
jld Blackburn, continued, as the 
'pirit of competition and a desire 
for perfection kept the team's 
interest high. It was Coacli 
Pringle's desire that my golf 
team would have iilaces for all 
boys interested in the sport, and 
hy constant practice and deter- 
mination many of these won their 
varsity letter in golf. 




Front Eow: J. Ryder, E. Kern, B. Bohinc, F. Glnbnkar, T 
Second Row: P, C;n-r, A. Thompson, N, Franknviih, D. He 
H. Cohen, J, King, Mr. F. Prmgle. 



ck, .7. Oviatt. C. Londu 




(Snlf, 



■ne hundred and fiftv-ninc 



f 



NciJtnnal Atbbttr §rt|niiii*flt|tp ^nrtrtg 




The National Athletic Scholar- 
ship Society is a nation-wide 
organization whose purpose is 
to further participation in 
athletics and to ])romote both 
scholarsiiip and athletic ability. 
My chajjter is composed of 
boys who haye earned letters in 
iiiy conipetitiye sports, who 
haye maintained a good schol- 
astic standing, and who haye 
been elected by yote of my 
faculty. One of the most 
coyeted iionors that a high 
school can bestow upon its 
athletes is that of inducting 
them into the National Ath- 
letic Scliolarsiii]) Society. 



Tim Browning. Graham Tcschke, and Joe Burval pausing for a moment on the 
gym stairs. 



My Boys' Leaders, or Gym Lead- 
ers, is a group of boys who are 
willing to deyote some of their 
gym period and free time to helj) 
the gym teachers instruct boys 
in physical education. Mr. Clai'- 
ence Swackhammer is in charge of 
the Boys' Leaders Club which 
meets eyery Monday during the 
third ])eriod. The duties of my 
leaders are to assist in exercises, 
gymnastics, and demonstrations ; 
to check the conduct of the gym 
classes; and to assist in intra- 
murals before and after school. 
The gym leader must have a good 
knowledge of the rules and tech- 
niques of all sports and must be 
physically fit in order to demon- 
strate them. 




one hundred and sixty 




Front Row; 
(':.:vert. 
Second Row: 
Third Row; 



Athletic Director Richard Keay 
has cliarge of all my boys' varsity 
athletics. His duties include the pur- 
chasing and maintenance of equip- 
ment, the scheduling' of all athletic 
events, and the assigning of offi- 
cials. Another of his responsibilities 
is to act as chairman of my Athletic 
Board. The Hoard includes all my 
coaches, my principal, and other 
members of my faculty connected 
wilh the boys" athletic program. 'I'bis 
group discusses my athletic imlic.x' 
In monthly meetings. 

Mr. Anthony Vaccariello, as facul- 
ty manager, is in charge of my 
iilhletie promotion. This includes 
ticket sales, advertising, and pub- 
licity. This year Mr. Vaccariello 
was director of the regional hasket- 
liall tournament held in my gym. 




Mr. Vaccariello and Mr Keay discussing some important details of Euclid' i 
sive athletic program. 



iFarultg iEaimiiiPra 



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ne hundred and sixty-one 




y 




orial 




tfp 



MtmamB mabe mttff frtenda. ttib auB new . . . 
t0 be ti^msil^th foretter . . . 



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'1'Ik' Ijeginning . . . September 9, 1953 . . . 
iiiv doors opened to some one thousand three 
hundred students .... soon tlicy'd walk my 
lialls, learn from my teachers . . . jmrtic- 
ipate in my activities . . . hut I, Kuclid 
Hiffh, was theirs for the taking . . . 



I'll always remember "Uncle Jake's House" 
— the theme of the Survey Assembly . . . 
. . . the first student-produced assembly of 
the year ... it was held in Se]:teniber . . . 
wonder who enjoyed it more, the cast or 
the audience.'' . . . just goes to show, 
we're all 'Kids' at heart . . . 



There was always a dance aftei" my home 
football games . . . my cafeteria would 
become crowded with students who were 
never too tired to dance and have fun . . . 
and a dance was never comj)let2 without a 
circle around a couple doing an "exti'a- 
special" jitterbug . . . 



A])])etite is jjrobably the first word among 
my students . . . unless it's second to hunger 
. . . and those lunch lines! . . . with students 
racing to get in line first . . . teaciier and 
student both waiting patiently to get served 
. . . and food that made it all worth while . . . 

one luiiidred iind sixtv-five 





"Going to noon movie?" . . . twenty minutes 
of eating was followed by twenty minutes 
of adventuring to France, fighting tlis 
Apaches, laughing with Dean Martin and 
.leri-y Lewis . . . traveling through the jungle 
. . . swooning over Dick "Robin Hood" Todd 
. . . and all this made possible by niv Movie 
C'li'b and the jjurchase of a two-cent ticket . . 



In Octoter came my Junior Class Parly . . . 
besides dancing and refreshments, entertain- 
ment was also to be had . . . pantomiming 
the record, "Little Red Riding Hood" are : 
Diane Stupka, Beverly Hamilton, Donna 
Shaw, and Virginia Lonikardo . . . 



Hei'o chairman of my IVLvgazine Drive, Jean 
O'Connor, is awarding the prizes to tk.c 
high salesmen, Roberta Miniciicci and 
Richard Korda . . . the drive is nn annual 
affair ... it: lasts for ten days . . . the 
])rofit made is divided up among my 
organizations . . . 



An evening of fun and frolic was had by 
all my sophomores who attended their 
Sophomore Class Party . . . ilancing . . . 
refreshments . . . the Coke cups seem to 
])rove the ])opular demand for "the pause" . . 



one hundred and sixty-six 



. . . just sto])])ing ji minute to take 
a look at my students . . . (tliat haiul- 
sonie man on tlie I'ight, though, is not 
a student, hut C'oaeli Eckert ) . . . 



College Clinic was held early in niv 
school year . . . after a slioi't busines.s 
meeting of tlu' I'.T.A., speeches from 
the Deans, and a talk by the main 
speaker, doughnuts, tea, and coffee 
were served ... 



Starting my .second annual Homecom- 
ing with cheer and zip was my first 
outdoor pep rally . . . starting at 2 :.'5() 
and winding up witii a snake dance 
that led fi-om the stands to the other 
side of the field, where . . . 



The finale to the rally was — the 
bonfire . . . its climax — the burn- 
ing of the Cleveland Heights dununy 
by Co-Captains, Bill Warholic and 
Ken Watson . . . 



one hundred and sixty-seven 




Prc'seiitiiiij' till.' first ])lace 
tropliv to the President of my 
Key Club, Tim Browning, and 
Vice-President, Glenn Yeary, 
are Deanna Cook and Chuck 
Smith, co-chairmen of my 
Homecoming . . . the Key Club 
had tl'.e winning float, its 
theme was . . . 




"In My Mei-ry Oldsmobile" ... it had the 
touch of the "Gay Nineties" . . . with Chuck 
and Barbara .seated on the anticjue car with 
duster, derby and all. . . . 

Receiving third place, the Regents Hi-Y 
float, "Winter AVonderland" ... it took 
one week alone to build the snowman . . . 
and Kuclid's nursery helped bv fui'nishing 
the tree . . . seems the theme could also be, 
"I've Got ^ly Love To Keep Me Warm" . . . 



A touch of I'oniance and lazy Sunday after- 
noons was portrayed by the Nobles Hi-Y 
float, "Cruising Down The River" ... it 
received second place . . . the boy and girl 
•seem to look verv familiar together . . . 

Using 2,000 flowers to decorate the sides 
of its float, my Ad Club put a great deal 
of time into the theme, "Hawaiian War 
Chant" . . . my Kuclid girls seem to look 
verv much at home in their sarongs . . . 





A c-losu-iip of the yueeii and lier Atteiul- 
iint.s — I'hyllis Stuzen, Sally Lyons, Jean 
Baldas.sarre, and Connie Parr — as they 
were being viewed by tiie enthusiastic crowd 
. . . after this ceremony, the game began 
The next night, Saturday, was the evening 
of my Homecoming Dance ... it was held 
in my gym . . . even though the Bunny Hop 
has come into style, the traditional Mexican 
Hat Dance is still always a lot of fun . . . 
with this, my second annual Homecoming 
had come to an end . . . 

A 'bird's eve view' of the crowd that 
attended mv Homccominsi- ... its excite- 



Lox'i'lv Carolvn ^losall crowned 
Queen of mv Second Annual 
Homeco)ning by C'()-C"a])tain 
Bill Warholic, while C\)-('a| - 
tain Ken Watson and my eager 
and fun-loving students looked 
on . . . she was beautifullv 
dressed in all white . . . her 
crown was made of yellow 
cai'nations . . . 



ment and spirit gave the finishing touch that 
was needed to make niv Homecoming tlie 
success it was . . . but even with the spirit 
and excitement of my fans, band, cheer- 
leaders, and majorettes, my team — though 
they fought to the end — lost to Cleveland 
Heights by a score of 13-7 . . . 
Seated next to the captains of each of the 
winter sports is ray Queen and her Attend- 
ants . . . the Captains : Tim Browning of 
swimming: Latt Winder of basketball: Bill 
Warholic and Ken Watson of football : 
Dennis Adams of wrestling: and Bob Hale 
of cross-countrv . . . 





Jeiinne Baldassan-e, Sr. AttfiKiant 



Connie Parr, Sr. Attendant 



l^nmrrnmttt^ (Emtrt 



PlivUis Stuzcn, Jr. Attendant 



Sally Lyons, Soph. Attendant 








CAROLYN MOSALL, Queen 




Strti-Hng the campaign for My First 
Will and Testament with fun aii;l zip 
was the Euclidian assembly ... it was 
produced and directed by mv Business 
Staff . . . one quote that remained with 
my students for a h)ng time was, "Why 
doiTt you pick mc u]) and read me 
some time.-'" . . . 



On Xoveniber J'A I opened my doors 

^ once again to the public for mv fifth 

annual ()|'en House ... I was cleaned 

and decorated from hall to classi-ooni 

even mv showcases . . . 



which some of my students viewed 

during their leisure moments in the 

hall . . . while others loo'.;ed at mv 

trojihles . . . smne comiuL;' . . . som; 



The "Moms"' of my football ]ilayers 
bought my choei'leaders mums at the 
Shaker game held on November (i : . . . 
it was also Mom and Dad's Night 
. . . (Oops, Mr. Kobb, watch your 
negalivc - it's backwards) ... 

diM' hiMulro.l ami seventv-two 



Decorating of trocs is one way tliat iiiv 
students add Cliristnias s])irit to their 
school life . . . tliis activity is sjion- 
sored by the Student Council . . . also 
colorful letters are pasted on my front 
windows for the i)ublic to see that I 
wish thcni a "Merry Christmas and 
Happy Xcw Year.'" ... 



Directed by Miss Jan Tomijkins was 
my Christmas Concert held on Dccem- 
ijer 9 . . . Ruth Edwards added a touch 
of novelty to the evening witli her sand 
painting while my choir sang '"^J'hrec 
Kings" and "Rejoice and Sing" in the 
backsi'round . . . 



Fun and laughter — music and song . . . 
almost all mv classes caught the Christ- 
mas spirit and had parties . . . mv slioj) 
classes added refreshments and nuisic 
to theirs . . . playing the banjo is Ron 
Sluga ; the saxophone, Chuck Waltcr.s : 
the accordion, Mike Dragas ; and the 
guitar, Rudy Strand. 



The Four Aces.'' — no. Tiie Four 
Lads.'' — no. Who.'' — whv The Four 
Teachers — ^Ir. Robuck, Mr. Schutz, 
Mr. Robb, and Mr. Miller . . . they 
were entertaining the rest of my facul- 
ty at the Faculty Christmas Party . . . 

one hundred and scventv-five 





Field trips ulways add interest, ciijov- 
ip.ent, and a novel way of learning to 
niY classes . . . my senior government 
class is now Ijoarding a chartered bus 
to v.itness a trial at the Court House. 



The Lakewood basketball game . . . 
and some of those who saw it . . . from 
the looks on some of the faces, Lake- 
v.'ood nnist have made a basket . . . 



January 28 brought to my auditorium 
Speech and Drama Night . . . two one- 
act plays "Fireman Save My Child" 
and "The Happy flourney," were given 
by an all-school cast along with three 
declamations by N.F.L. members . . . 
wonder whose glove Tom has liis shoe 
on . . . would that be a faux ])as or a 
aaucheriep . . . 



My Seniors were finally Senior "A"s I" 
... so that everyone would be able to 
recognize a Senior "A" from any under- 
classmen, every Monday was set aside 
as "Senior 'A' Distinction Day" . . . 
jjictured here are the unforgettable 
knee socks, with the boys rolling up 
their pants to let their argyles sliow 
. . . different ^londays brought rib- 
bons, boy-blouses and ties, and stuffed 
animals . . . 

line luiTulrcd and scvcntv-six 



'riiat unforgettable evening of F'cb- 
riiarv 13 . . . The Sweetheart liall . . . 
co-sponsored bv niv Hi-Y and Friend- 
ship Clubs . . . every couple started the 
evening by presenting the bid and re- 
ceiving the dance programs . . . 



Chatting a bit between dances is al- 
ways in good taste . . . here brother 
and sister. .Jack and Deanie, and thcii' 
dates are two of the many couples just 
enjoying themselves through conver- 
sation ... 



Along the sides of my cafeteria, tables 
were decorated to follow the sweetheart 
and ^'a]entine's Day theme . . . around 
these, couples gathered to sit and talk, 
to eat their refreshments (punch and 
cookies) or to rest a while between 
dances . . . 



Some couples dance in the background 
to music furnished by Harry Hershev's 
Music Masters, while others chose to 
talk, or gaze at the beautiful decora- 
tions — the new backdrop with cupids 
on it, the arched crepe j)apcr, the mo- 
biles, and everywhere — red and white 
hearts . . . but even unforgettable eve- 
nings must come to an end — so after 
"Goodnight Sweetheart," "I'll See You 
In My Dreams," and "I^inger Awhile" 
the couples slowly departed . . . niv 
cafeteria was empty — lonely and silent. 

one hundred jtnd sevet.v-ninc 





"-01, 





Joanne Lacev, Sr. Attendiuit 



Jean O'Connor, Sr. Attendant 



spring §pnrtB' (Enurt 



Marv Svilli\an, Ji'. Attendant 



Maureen Dolan, Sopli. Attendant 







SUSAN TAYEED, Queen 




One of the few rehearsals my seniors 
had for their competitive assembly . . . 
the entire assembly, portraying the 
months of spring, was under the direc- 
tion of Dick Schultz ... on Thursday, 
March 18, the enjoyable and colorful 
assembly was presented to my student 
body . . . this was just one of the many 
activities that keep my seniors "on the 
go" . . . my seniors, while working hard 
in their many activities, also foujid 
time ... 



To prepare for graduation, such as the 
measuring for caps and gowns . . . Jack 
is making sure that Marilyn has a per- 
fect fit . . . ^largie is handling rental 
fees and announcement orders . . . 
"\'erv few more days for tlie Senior 
•A's." ... 



There were several "sure signs" of 
spring . . . the outdoor track season 
opened . . . convertible tops started 
coming down . . . the fancies of young 
men "lightly turned" as usual . . . 
and my metal shop class constructed a 
battinii- cage for the baseball team . . . 



In Ai)ril raiiH' Ihc siiriii^- sports' dnim- and tlu- 
s])riiig sports' queen . . . schcihirshi]> tests . . . state 
music contests . . . my own Minstrel Sluiw put on 
by the .swim cluli . . . the Majorette King Ho]) where 
one of my popular senior boys reigned as King . . . 

The month of May, except for the Big Sliow — 
the biggest and best all-school production and the 
Student Council elections — with their speeches, 
voting, and assemblies, could be called "Senior 
Month" — witli the long awaited Senior Prom, the 
Senior Banquet, and the Senior Assembl.v . . . 

With the coming of .June, came the graduation of 
my seniors. With a heavy heart and an almost 
emply feeling, I, Eddie, watched each senior receive 
his dii)lcma — a dijiloma which was like a seal that 
ended the all-important chapter of high school in his 



life. It is my one wish that though these senior^ 
have ended their high school years — years filled 
with every emotion — love, happiness, loneliness, 
excitement, boredom, joy -- that they will only ven- 
ture out to greater happiness and success as each 
one faces the world . . . 

Yes, all these made me realize that the end of 
another year was here. As always, my students 
would leave — some to return, some not to return. 

I hope they all carry memories with them of 
liapjiy Euclid High days. .\nd so, before you close 
the pages of My First Will and Testament, remem- 
ber that even though the lOtSS-lSS-t school year has 
come to a close, to you, my students, my doors will 
never be shut . . . 

one hundred .ind eighty-two 



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THE EUCLIDIAN BUSINESS STAFF 



WISHES TO THANK 



ALL OF ITS ADVERTISERS. 



We Are Pleased to Serve You and We Appreciate 



Your Willingness to Allow Us to 



Include You Among These Pages. 



Euclid High Varsity Cheerleaders and Marching Majorettes 




i FOX'S TOWN AND 

COUNTRY SPORTSWEAR 

I Skirl's - Sweaters - Blouses 
1 and Dresses 

■ 22822 Lake Shore Blvd. 
1 REdwood 2-9299 


BEST WISHES j 

LADIES AUXILIARY No. 7 

Fraternal Order of 
Police 


j STOP at KATZ'S 

: FOR A HOT 

■ CORNED BEEF SANDWICH 

: Euclid Ave, at Richmond Rd. 
; In the Shopping Center 


CONGRATULATIONS j 
To the Graduates of 1954 ■ 

WHYTE 
CHEVROLET CO. 

243 East 185th Street j 


WILDWOOD FLORAL 
AND GIFT SHOP 

\ 20020 Lake Shore Blvd. 
j IVanhoe 1-3215 

: ■ "Flowers, Gifts, and Cards 
; For All Occasions" 


THE V. DEMSHAR 
HOME APPLIANCE CO. 

Euclid's Largest Record Department ; 
And Only Magnavox's T.V. Dealer ; 

22034 Lake Shore Blvd. i 
REdwood 1-4740 Euclid 23, Ohio j 

VINCE DEMSHAR \ 


; Compliments of ; 

! THE UPSON 

j SHOE REPAIR j 

I LOUIE TORTORICI 
i 26090 Mallard ! 
1 Free Pickup and Delivery | 
i REdwood 1-0113 j 


Tony Spena - Ed Divincenzo 
SOHIO SERVICE 

Chardon at Richmond Rd. J 

TIRES - TUBES - BATTERIES j 
ACCESSORIES ! 

IVanhoe 1-9678 Eagle Stamps j 



one humlrfd antl right v-.six. 



WIckliffe 3-3002 



NON-FERROUS METALS 
FABRICATING CO. 

STEPHEN OPALICH 



30012 LakeAyv-ood Blvd. Wickliffe, Ohio 



Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1954 

L and M TOBACCO AND CANDY 

WHOLESALE JOBBERS 

784 East 185th Street 
KEnmore 1-8777 



one hiiiulred and eifility-seven 



1 BEST WISHES 


BEST WISHES 1 


i To the Class of 1954 


From i 


Gornick's 


Forest City 


Store For Men 


Material Co. 


j Dress Suit Rental 


Cleveland's j 


1 OPEN 


Largest Lumbermen j 


: Monday, Friday and 




j Saturday Evenings 


17903 St. Clair Ave. 1 


The 




Flynn - Froelk Co. 






BEST WISHES I 


1 FUNERAL HOMES 


To the Class of 1954 


1 ' 


The Euclid 


j 13032 Euclid Ave. 


News Journal 


j 13104 Euclid Ave. 




j Ulster 1-4141 





one hiintlred and eig:hty-fi{;ht 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



FULTON, KRINSKY AND DELAMOTTE 



ARCHITECTS 



The varsity football player's Moms and Dads at the Annual Mom and Dad' 
Xiaht Football Game. 



BRUNSWICK 
FOR FLOWERS 

; Flowers For All Occasions 
i 22082 Lake Shore Blvd. 


i REdwood 1-2705 1 

CARL I. NEWMAN 

: MASON CONTRACTOR j 

i 450 Lloyd Road j 
Euclid, Ohio .; 


j BEST WISHES, GRADUATES 
; From 

DRAGAS CLEANERS 

i FINEST TAILORING 

1 17011 Grovewood Ave. 
1 KEnmore 1-2337 


; Compliments of ■ 

BARKER AND STAMPFEL 
HOME APPLIANCE, INC. 

: 22066 Lake Shore Blvd. j 

i APPLIANCES - FURNITURE j 
i TELEVISION : 


; Compliments of 

AJAX 
MANUFACTURING CO. 


THE 
EUCLID SHORE CLUB 

Ca;eri.-,g to Business Executives : 
In a Progressive City : 

25608 Lakeland Blvd. j 
REdwood 1-9892 j 


; INSURE WITH 

MATT F. INTIHAR 

1 Complete Insurance Service 

i 630 East 222nd St. 
i REdwood 1-6888 
; Euclid 23, Ohio 


LET'S GET ACQUAINTED j 

BEACH MOTORS, INC. 

473 East 185th St. at Lake Shore Blvd : 
Euclid 19, Ohio ': 

Your Northeast Hudson Dealer J 

NEW AND USED CARS ■ 

Expert Repair and Service, All Makes | 

Phone: IVanhoa 1-9850 : 



one hundred and ninety 



Compliments of Your Friendly 



SINGER SEWING CENTER 



748 East 185ih Street 



CLEVELAND, OHIO 



KEnmore 1-0660 



REAL HARDWARE, CO. 

Linoleum, Paints, Sporting Goods, Glass 
and Builders' Hardware 



IVanhoe 1-9634 
IVanhoe 1-1316 



Locksmith - Keys Made 
727 East 185th Street 



one hundred and ninetv-one 



Joseph Zele and Sons 

: Licensed Funeral Directors 
: and Embalmers 

■ Louis A. Zele 

■ Joseph Zele, Jr. 

: Sutton C. Girod 

i Licensed Cosmetologist 
Justine Zele Girod 

1 6502 St. Clair Ave. 
1 ENdicott 1-0583 
1 IVanhoe 1-3118 


Compliments of I 

The Whiteway 
Stamping Co. 

Euclid, Ohio i 


Ed Wank 
Television Service Co. 

i Euclid's Oldest T.V. Service 
i Shop 

i Du Mont Philco R.C.A. 
; Motorola G.E. 
\ All Standard Makes 

: Antenna Repair and 
j Installation 

1 378 East 200 Street 
: Euclid, Ohio 


Solon Drug Stores 

21860 Lake Shore Blvd. i 
21051 Euclid Ave. 1 
At Chardon Road j 



ono hundred and ninctv-two 



BEST WISHES 



To the Class of 1954 



CLEVELAND MOBBING MACHINE CO. 



The C'aiiiei'a and Fciu'iii'r Clubs were two now additions to iiiv loiia- list of club: 




w: mm 



HILDA'S 
Children Apparel Shop 

: AN EXCLUSIVE 

: CHILDREN'S APPAREL STORE 

i 22378 Lake Shore Blvd^ 
i Euclid 23, Ohio 
i REdwcod 1-0440 


Compliments of ■ 

i HENDERSHOT AND 1 
i SMITH, INC. 1 


: GLAVIC KAISER - FRAZER 

: 536 East 185th St. 
i KEnmore 1-3375 

i "AUTOMOTIVE CENTER OF 
1 EUCLID" 


; EJCLID'S SPORTING GOODS ■ 
; HEADQUARTERS ; 

j GRDINA HARDWARE j 

1 22336 Lck; Shore Blvd. : 
j REdwocd 1-0403 j 

j "YOU CAN GET IT AT GRDINA'S" i 


: Authorized Keepsake Diamond Rings 

j FRIEDMAN lEWELERS 

i Established 1914 

■ 22312 Lake Shore Blvd. 
: REdwcod 1-0800 

: 1 2322 Superior Avenue 
I POtomac 1-6686 

I Headquarters for Sterling Silver 


I GOOD LUCK j 
■ To the Class of '54 ■ 

CITY OF EUCLID 
i Transportation Division 


[ "May Ihe Enjoyment of the Senior's 
: Futur:; Lie in the Compensations 
> Received From Work Well Done." 

j E. HOFFMANN 
: ENGINEERING CO. 

j 1084 East 222nd St. 


LUIKART j 
INSURANCE AGENCY ! 

1 AM Forms of Insurance ; 

i 18609 St. Clair Ave. j 
i KEnmore 1-4770 ■ 



one luimlrcd and ninety-four 



Good Luck to the Class of 1954 



TONY APPLE 



Sewer and Wafer Construction Co. 



1300 East 260th Street 



Euclid, Ohio 



BEST WISHES 



From 

THE EUCLID CRANE 
AND HOIST CO. 



Euclid, Ohio 



one hundred and ninctv-five 



THINKING 
ABOUT Y 
FUTURE? 




Maybe a telephone career is just what you 
want — an interesting job with a good salary 
and friendly people to work with. Why not 
come in and talk it over? 



THE OHIO BELL 
TELEPHONE COMPANY 




Compliments of 

Pefric's 
Barber Shop 

761 East 185th St. 



Lombardo Realty 

REALTOR 

24481 Lakeland Blvd. 
Euclid 23, Ohio 
REdwood 1-5010 



The St. Clair 
Builders Co. 

20020 St. Clair Ave. 
KEnmore 1-6000 



one hundred and ninetv-six 



CONGRATULATIONS 
To the Graduates of 1954 

THOMPSON PRODUCTS, INC. 

TAPCO PLANT 

23555 Euclid Avenue 

EUCLID, OHIO 



GOOD LUCK 
To the Senior Class of 1954 

THE GEOMETRIC STAMPING COMPANY 

(A Subsidiary of Barium Steel Corp.) 

1111 East 200th Street 

Euclid, Ohio 



one hundred and ninetv-nine 



1 CONGRATULATIONS 




■ Graduates 


i Compliments of ■ 


Fred Krass Garage 


KAPEL 
Builders, Inc. 


1 1570 Dille Road 




j Euclid 17, Ohio 




i Compliments of 




Jet Die and 


Compliments of j 


Development Co. 






Radix Wire Co. 


i 25020 Lakeland Blvd. 




i Cleveland 23, Ohio 


26260 Lakeland Blvd. j 


i REdwood 1-3720 





two luinclred 



UNITED STATES AIR COMPRESSOR CO. 

Manufacturers of 

AIR COMPRESSORS — HYDRAULIC LIFTS 

LUBRICATING EQUIPMENT 

AIRLINE ACCESSORIES 

FABRICATORS OF PRECISION AIRCRAFT PARTS 

5300 Harvard Ave. Michigan 1-5487 

Cleveland 5, Ohio 



Winning Speech Team with Cathedrfil Latin 
Tournament Trophy 



Curtain Call of Junio}- I'lav 




j MILLER - STONE 

i EUCLID'S OLDEST JEWELERS 

■ Between the Theaters 

: REdwood 1-0155 
i 22570 Lake Shore Blvd. 


PAGE REALTY 

Members of Multiple j 
Listing System • 

455-461 East 200th St. j 
: KEnmore 1-1030 j 


BIG BOUQUET 
Flower and Gift Shoppe 

i 480 East 200th St. at Pasnow 
i Euclid 19, Ohio 
j IVanhoe 1-1544 

j SPECIALIZING IN CORSAGES 


Compliments of 1 

BUTT.ER BROTHERS 

(SCOTT BURR STORE 451) j 

Lake Shore Blvd. ' 
\ At East 222nd St. ! 

EUCLID, OHIO ; 


EAST 200th HARDWARE 

I 685-87 East 200th St. 
i Euclid 19, Ohio 
i IVanhoe 1-8448 

: "GIFTS OF UTILITY HARDWARE" 
I "Pittsburgh Paint Products" 


EUCLID CITY 
PLUMBING SERVICE 

EVERYTHING IN PLUMBING j 
SEWER CLEANING ! 

REdwood 1-7040 i 


j GOOD LUCK 
j To the Class of 1954 

j EUCLID ELKS No. 1793 


ALLAN'S BEAUTY SHOP 

Specializing in Haircutting ; 
No Appointment Necessary ■ 

IVanhoe 1-7553 \ 



two Inindrcd and two 



FOLLOW THE CROWD TO . . 



GLENN'S 



28901 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Willowick, Ohio 



To the 1954 Graduates of 

EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

Best wishes for success in whatever undertakings 
you may now become engaged. You are holders of 
the American heritage — freedom of worship, freedom 
of speech, freedom of enterprise, and freedom of gov- 
ernment. Let us all unite to protect and maintain 
these priceless rights. 

EUCLID VETERANS' CLUB 



two hundred and three 



Compliment's 

of a 

FRIEND 


HYDRECO 

Manufacturers of — j 

Hydraulic pumps j 
Motors j 
Valves j 
Cylinders ' j 

Good Steady Dependable ■ 
PLACE TO WORK j 

Employment Office Hours j 

8:00 to 5:00, Monday-Friday j 

9:00 to 12:00 Saturdays j 

HYDRECO DIVISION 

THE NEW YORK AIR BRAKE COMPANY: 


1100 EAST 222 STREET • CLEVELAND 17'0HI0| 


Hattendorf- Bliss, Inc. 

: 25080 Lakeland Blvd. 
: Euclid 23, Ohio 

1 Trenchers - Bulldozers 
i Dump Trucks - Cranes 
j Carryalls - Pipe Trucks 

: Portable Compressors 
j and Welding Units 

■ Trenching for Footings - Waterlines 
: Sewers - Gas Lines - Drain Systems 
: Conduit 

I Telephone REdwood 1-0777 


j CONGRATULATIONS 
i To the Class of 1954 

Friedel's 
Delicatessen 

j 843 East 222nd St. j 
j REdwood 2-8646 j 

j Mae, Mary Agnes and Leo i 



two hundred and four 



WHEN IN EUCLID IT'S BENDER'S 

Expert Garage and Body Work 
23680 Lakeland Blvd. Euclid, Ohio 

AAA 

We, at Bender's, have combined our efforts to 
bring you the finest service available. We are 
at your call anytime . . . our three trucks are 
ready and waiting. Our fine staff of good me- 
chanics and expert body men are all super- 
vised by Bill himself. So don't forget, — 

"WHEN IN EUCLID IT'S BENDER'S" 

3 Trucks to Serve You — Emergency Road Service 
24 Hours a Day — Seven Days a Week 

GUARANTEED WORK 
Don't Forget — Call REdwood 1-0190 



two hundred and five 



EUCLID CENTER 
j ROLLERDROME 

: 22480 Shore Center Ave. 

■ Skating Every Evening 
i 7:00 to 10:30 P.M. 

: Matinee on Saturday and Sunday 
1 2:00 to 5:00 P.M. 

f Midnight Skate Every Saturday 
I 11:00 to 1:30 A.M. 

: SPECIAL PRICES TO 
1 PARTIES AND GROUPS 


i Compliments of : 

! AMERICAN LEGION 

j AUXILIARY i 

: Euclid Unit 343 j 

: "We furnish an American Flag for ■ 
; every classroom in every school in ■ 
i Euclid." i 


: For Real 

i REAL ESTATE SERVICE 

j SEE 

j GIBSON REALTY 

j KEnmore 1-3530 22091 Euclid Ave. 


ADAM'S MARKET 

QUALITY MEATS end POULTRY j 

520 East 200th Street j 
IVanhoe 1-2386 j 


I Compliments of 

j WATERWASH 
j HARDWARE 

■ 335 East 200th Street 


Diamonds - Watches - Giftware 1 

ALVINS JEWELERS 

Budget Accounts Invited ■ 

Never Any Carrying Charge ■ 
or Interest j 

TWO STORES i 

690 East 1 85th Street 1 

5633 Broadway I 


: Compliments of 1 

WEAN EQUIPMENT CO. 

■ 228 Lakeland Blvd. ; 


COURTESY OF j 
TWO FRIENDS j 



two luindrcd and six 




BEST WISHES 
From 

THE OLIVER CORP. 



Compliments of 



ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS CO, 



20850 St. Clair Avenue 



two hundred and seven 



I Compliments of 

A. J. Grossman 
and Sons 

■ General Contractors 

j 18609 St. Clair Ave. 
j IVanhoe 1-7484 


BEST WISHES j 
From j 

The Fraternal 
Order of Police 

Euclid Lodge No. 18 j 


The Dille Road 
Lumber Co. 

j 1420 Dille Road 
j KEnmore 1-0592 

• "There Is a Material 
1 Difference" 


D. and D. Clothing 

Made To Order Suits j 

i Pants and Topcoats j 

i Specializing in Tailor Made j 

Drape Pants i 

Ready Made Suits : 

M. Ornstein j 
1 Mulberry 1-0116 j 

j 762 East 152nd Sh j 
Cleveland 10, Ohio i 

Home Phone - FAirmont 1-3475 j 



two hundred and eijjlit 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



Roval Court at HoiiR'i'oniin"' GaiiK' 



Student Council Executive Board at .Meetini 




CLIFFEL'S BAKERY 

i 22030 Lake Shore Blvd. 
: REdwood 1-4747 

: 704 East 185th Street 
■ KEnmore 1-0650 


GLenville 1-9048 j 

WM. E. LINGER 

JEWELER i 

950 East 152nd St. j 
; At Five Points ! 
i Cleveland 10, Ohio i 


: COMPLIMENTS OF 

CHESTERFIELD 
STEEL SERVICE CO. 

i 1220 East 222nd Street 


COMPLIMENTS 

of a 

FRIEND 


1 Proprietor IVanhoe 7-9716 : 
: Sophie Zawie j 

WENDY'S RESTAURANT 

1 1550 Chardon Road i 

1 Hamburgers — French Fries 1 
1 Chicken in the Basket 

j Euclid 23, Ohio 

1 Managers: Chris Zawie, Ron! Zawie ; 


BEST WISHES j 

JASBECIC 
FOOD MARKET 

821 East 222nd Street j 


i BEST WISHES i 
; from 1 

KNUTH GREENHOUSE 

I 21601 Euclid Avenue | 


GOOD LUCK GRADUATES I 
from : 

BOULEVARD BEVERAGE 

22742 Shore Center j 



two hundred and ten 




GENERAL 
MOTORS 



BEST WISHES FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUCCESS 



THE EUCLID ROAD 
MACHINERY CO. 




(Subsidiary of General Motors Corp.) 



1361 Chardon Road 



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 



two hundred and eleven 



Compliments 

of 

FRIEND 


Compliments of j 

The Hamann 
Construction Co. 

General Contractors 


i Paints 

: Enamels 

! Varnishes 

: Floor Sealers 

: Roof Coatings 

i Boiler Treatments 

i Caulking Compounds j 

: Wood Preservatives 

: ° 

: Made in Euclid by 

The Continental 

Products Co. 

: 1150 East 222nd Street 
j Euclid 17, Ohio 


BEST WISHES 
To the 1954 Graduates j 

Cleveland Wire Works 

of General Electirc 

Compony 

1331 Chardon Road ! 
Euclid 17, Ohio 



two hundred and twelve 



BEST WISHES 
Class of 1954 



RAIMOR STUDIOS 



762 East 185th Street 



CLASS PHOTOGRAPHER 



Interested Students \'iew Animal Life 



Marlene Calvert \icuN Kiiclid's Manv Tropliies 




! of friendliness" 

■ Lake Shore Tasty Shop 
j Restaurant 

■ East 222nd St. at Lake Shore Blvd. 

: Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner 
: ' Late Snack 

1 Private Parties in our new PATIO 


POWERS AND CO. 

; REALTORS j 

; Chardon at Richmond Rd. ■ 
: IVanhoe 1-4311 j 


i COMPLIMENTS OF 

i SHORE CENTER 
j WASHETTE 

: 22740 Shore Center Ave. 

j 1/2 HOUR LAUNDRY 

I Dry Cleaning — Shirt Service 

1 Flat Work Mangled 

i REdwood 2-8228 


; BEST WISHES FROM j 

STERN'S MEN'S WEAR j 

j 715 East 185th St. KEnmore 1-2640 j 

■ Complete Line of White Tuxedo '. 
; Coats for Rent ■ 


i EUCLID BROOM MFG. 
j COMPANY 

i INDUSTRIAL BROOMS 

i KEnmore 1-5382 or 1-5705 j 
! Howard Payne '■ 
i 19801 St. Clair Ave. j 


NOTTINGHAM 
HARDWARE CO. 

18708 St. Clair Avenue j 
Cleveland 10, Ohio ; 


I Residential - Industrial - Commercial ■ 
1 Heating, Roofing, and Sheet Metal ; 

LAKE SHORE ROOFING 
AND SHEET METAL CO. 

i 911 East 222nd St. j 
1 Euclid 23, Ohio : 
: REdwood 2-9292 j 

; "Our friends are warm friends" ■ 


L LOMBARDO 

CEMENT and ASPHALT j 
CONTRACTOR j 

24571 Hawthorne Dr. j 
IVanhoe 1-4526 ■ 



two hundred and fourteen 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



PRESSURE CASTINGS 
INC. 



EUCLID, OHIO 





^PUP^ 



t 




AskAckerfSSH 



With Every Good Wish 

Manufacturers of 

Screw Machine Products 

Cap Screws and Set Screws 

Kerr- Lakeside 
Industries, Inc. 

"A good place to work" 

21050 St. Clair Ave. 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

KEnmore 1-8380 



two luiTulrcd and fifteen 





i 


j CONGRATULATIONS j 


BEST WISHES 


j GRADUATES 


of j 




Crescent- 


Chandler 


Met-al Products, Inc. 


Product's 




Corporat-ion 


18901 St. Clair Ave. 




Cleveland, Ohio ; 




Compliments of j 


j Good Luck To 


The 


j The Seniors of 1954 


Austin Company 


The Cleveland 


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BUILDERS j 


Trencher Co. 






16112 Euclid Ave. j 




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RUTH'S P. X. : 

: 25681 Euclid Avenue i 
i REdwood 1-9889 

i TOYS - COSTUME JEWELRY j 
: CERAMICS — DELICATESSEN j 
: WINE — SODA FOUNTAIN 


COMPLIMENTS 1 
of j 
DR. AND MRS. HARVEY 

C. JANKE 1 


PAGE INSURANCE 
AGENCY 

j 455-461 East 200th Street 
: KEnmore 1-1030 

■ Member — Insurance 
• Board of Cleveland 


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of j 

A FRIEND j 


; For the Finest in Quality Jewelry 

Z Keepsake Diamonds 

■ All Notionally Advertised Watches 

: 707 East 185th St. IVanhoe 1-4888 


Compliments of I 

MAXIM'S DELICATESSEN j 


■ Compliments of 

: ROOSEVELT SAVON MARKET 

i 690 East 200th Street 

■ KEnmore 1-5332 


I GOOD LUCK TO THE CLASS j 

; OF 1954 i 

GOLLER BODY, INC. j 

■ 24180 Lakeland Blvd. j 


j JOE'S PURE OIL SERVICE 

: PURE OIL PRODUCTS 

■ GENERAL REPAIRS 

: 700 East 200th St, KEnmore 1-9876 


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; 828 East 200th Street I 

: KEnmore 1-3458 \ 
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Compliments of | 

FRANK TUREK 
AND ORCHESTRA 



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THE AMERICAN LEGION 




EUCLID POST No. 343 

'To safeguard and transmit to posterity the 
principles of Justice, Freedom, and Democracy." 

From the Preamble 
American Legion Constitution 



THANK YOU . . . 

Without the help and guidance of many people, 
this yeorbook would have been impossible . . . We 
wish to express our deepest appreciation to them . . . 

To Dr. W. Fordyce . . . Superintendent of Schools 
... for providing us with all the wonderful focilities 
for publishing this yearbook , . . 

To Mr. C. Owens . . . Euclid Principal ... for 
working with us and helping us with our new ideas 
and our many problems . . . 

To Mr. W. Schwegler . . . Euclid Vice-Principal 
, . . for taking an active interest in our book . . . 

To Mr. G. Wiley . . . Sponsor . . . for so many, 
many items . . . for his everlasting patience . . . for 
his help and understanding . . . but most of all for 
being a real friend as well as an advisor . . . 

To Mr. R. Bennett . . . Business Sponsor . . . for 
providing us with the budget needed to publish a 
book such as this . . . 

To Raimor Studios ... for having such patience 
with us . . . for taking over three-fourths of all our 
pictures . . . for giving up their voluoble time in 
order to take a special picture for us . . . 

To Mr. R. Seitz . . . Cleveland Engraving Co. . . . 
for giving us a free hand with our book . . . for 
offering valuable technical advice . . . 



To Mr. H. Hurst . . . Painesville Publishing Co. 
. . . for complying with all our new ideos . . . for 
being on understanding person whom it was a pleas- 
ure to work with . . . 

To Mrs. Hecker . . . Little King Publishing Co. 
. . . for helping us to design our cover . . . 

To Mr. M. Robb . . . Camera Club , . . for tak- 
ing our social section pictures . . . tor potiently 
moking so very many reprints for us . . . 

To Miss B. Kost ... for diligently checking over 
all our written matter . . . 

To the faculty ... for accepting with smiles all 
our excuses for getting out of class to work on the 
Euclidian . . . for their consideration and help dur- 
ing the trying days of the picture taking . . . 

To the students ... for all the co-operation 
given us . . . for help in many of our problems . . . 

To the staffs . . . for the book itself . . . for giv- 
ing of their time freely for a better yearbook . . . 

Without the help of each and every one men- 
tioned this book would not have been published . . . 
to say "thank you" would hardly be enough, but 
we do wish to say it with the deepest sincerity . . . 
"thank you all very much." 

THE EXECUTIVE STAFF 



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