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ALMA MATER 



Hail to thee, O Euclid High School, 
To thy name all praise we sing. 
Happy days of youthful pleasure, 
Learning, living life so dear. 
Our hearts fill with gratitude 
For all that is to be. . . 
Alma Mater, Euclid High School, 
All our praise we bring to thee. 
Where the blue of Erie's waters 
Casts the sun's bright golden rays. 
There all Euclid's sons and daughters 
Sing the joys of student days. 
If after days be dark and drear 
And storms of life draw nigh. 
The memories of our friendship here 
Will lift our hearts to Euclid High. 



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EUCLID 



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
711 East 222nd Street 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 



TABLE OF 
CONTENTS 



Introduction 4 



Seniors 18 



Academics 84 



Sports 



.114 



Activities 1 52 



Underclass 208 



Senior Index 240 



Advertising 256 



Supplement 293 



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Calm. 

Silent contemplation. 

An indefinable stillness. 

The push of the crowd submits 

to the pull of the individual. 

Barren doorways and stands suggest 

suspension of movement and a temporary 

halt in the progression of time and experience. 

Solitary mind-movement of the individual, 

a private thought, a sleepy wish, 

a seeking and finally a path 

discovered by footsteps slow in coming. 

Individuals expand to couples. 

Reflection and decision in motionless moments. 




Anxiety presents a need to get away, alone. 

Or, together alone. 

Two common thought patterns trigger a 

sharing which welds a partnership in responsibility. 

People grow, decisive or passive, ambitious or content. 

The stark contrast of 
motion and calm. 




Momentary stillness, caught in the 

silence of an empty hallway, 

conceals inner harassment. 

The student climbs endless 

stairways each day 

hoping to find where he is going. 

Books and texts, tests and grades 

all guide him, but often 

confuse and depress. 

The force of the group runs 

strong, comforting and irresistible. 

Yet at times 

solitude prevails. 

An aloneness filled by 

computerized movement of the 

mind. 

Unconscious actions soothed 

by the silent movement 

in a lonely room or hall. 

The motionless beginning or end 

of a day packed with 

motion. 




Hallways 

offer solitude, 

comfort and security. 

Metallic rows of lockers 

absorb frivolity and reflection. 

Entering the complex of the school 

a certain aura pervades. 

Always there is 

someone to look to, 

someone to be with, 

someone to be. 

A million footsteps, 

a thousand laughs, 

a hundred silences. 

All are held 

locked inside, 

never to be released by the 

silent witnesses. 






A private laugh, 

a joking look, 

the actions of a student body 

diverse in thought and 

movement. 

Clowning individuals 

contrast 

serious couples 

in a chaos of 

motion and mood. 




Recreation — 

Relaxation — 

Reaction. 

Sitting offers respite 

from perpetual motion. 

It allows time for 

thoughts to be gathered. 

Time to be alone 

among many or to be 

a warm group 

with few. 






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Opposites coupled with indecision 

face tine student. 

A need for guidance and aloneness 

streal< simultaneously through 

the mind of the student. 

Final decisions advance relentlessly and 

elastic judgments threaten to snap back and 

splinter hopes. 

Surrounding motion must be ordered and 

classified in unruffled moments 

of contemplation. 

Personal interests 

provide escape from impersonal pressures. 



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Teachers frequent 
halls and classrooms 
equipped for encounter 
and advice. 
Activities and 
academics form 
a network of energies, 
bridged by 
individual 
cables of need. 




What can be said about 

the ever moving crowds, 

the sudden solitude, 

the intent concentration 

combined in an intangible 

undercurrent permeating the walls? 




Euclid spirit runs through crowds, 
individuals and basl<etball courts. 
A pulsating mass of reaction to 
the infinite perpetuation of 
E-motion. 







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SENIORS 




The senior enters, pushes further and 

further, then finally leaves. He 

travels an uneven line, and now 

lurches to a precarious stop on a 

pinnacle, but with the rising momentum 

of change fast approaching. In his 

mind, the past walks slowly, as the 

future 



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races before him. His footsteps never 
turn backward, nor can he stand still; the 
thrust of ambition propels him expectantly 
into the unknown. With his final exit at 
graduation, the senior will sense and 
savor his last indefinable touch of 
E-motion. 




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SENIORS 




Senior Class Officers (L to R): Wendell Price, treasurer; Steve Jezerinac, vice-president; JoAnn Allctiin, secretary- 
Tom Perchan, president. 



Laurel Abraham 
John Accettola 



Geraldine Adamich Elda Aitcin-Briano Michele Albertone Joanne Allchin 

Dennis Adams David Aites Clayton Allbery Sharon Allen 




Andrew Altenweg 
Richard Amato 
Thomas Ames 
James Ammon 
Susan Amoroso 



Campbell Amos 
Deborah Anderson 
Beth Andrew 
Diane Andrews 
Frank Andrulls 




Terry Atves 

Kathy Aufmuth 

John Augustine 

Jennifer Aultz 




Albert Baka 

Peggy Ballard 

Donald Ballentine 



Dean Bammerlin 

Lynne Sana 

Richard Baranowski 



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Kenneth Barber 
Fred Barbis 


Cindy Barney 
Bernell Baron 


SENIORS 




Frank Barresi 
Edward Barrett 


Daniel Barrick 
David Barrick 



Dale Hocevar sheds some light on the subject. 



Martha Bartel 
Andrew Bartram 



Donna Bass 
Davina Bauer 



Gail Bednar 
Linda Beechuk 




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SENIORS 



Carol Beeman 

John Bell 

Ann Beltz 

Shelley Benedict 




Robert Bennett 

Barbara Benson 

Dennis Berardinelli 




Sharon Berzanske 

William Bessire 

Joanne Bilicic 



"Did you say we have a substitute today??!" 



Janice Birr Scott Boettcher 

Jeffery Bish Karen Bohn 

Laura Blatecky Dennis Bosco 





"I guess you had to be there." 



Carol Botts 
Gary Botts 
Michael Bour 



Kathleen Bowers 
Sandra Brachlow 
Karen Braddock 








Deborah Brass 
Marilyn Braun 



Edward Breeze 
Timothy Brennan 



Kathleen Braddock 
Janice Bradshaw 
Barbara Brandich 




William Buikus 

Linda Burkhart 

Jeff Burns 

Donna Burris 

Barbara Butt 




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SENIORS 




"Yes, I do plan on owning a ranch some day 



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Mary Lou Cater 
Thomas Cathcart 



Richard Chesnic 
Darlene Chireallo 
Shirley Chisholm 
Lynn Christopher 

Michael Cifranic 




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Gary Ciprian 
Raymond Clancy 
Richard Clark 
Lynne Climo 
Doreen Cline 



Brian Collins 
Frank Congin 
Cindy Conley 
Brian Conti 
Pamela Cooney 



Jay Cost 
Marjorie Costello 
Lorraine Courtney 
Gary Cowper 
Linda Grain 



SENIORS 



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Michael Cunningham 

Charles Cutrone 

Richard Cvetkovic 



Brian Dadlow 

Jill Damberger 

Deborah Davidson 



Carol Davis 

James Davis 

William De Benedictis 



Lois Decker 

Bruce Dei 

Dennis Delaney 



Paul Nielsen accompanies himself on the harmonica. 



SENIORS 





Alan Di Biasio 
David Di Biasio 
Philip Dickinson 
Phyllis Dickinson 
Diane Dieckmann 



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Bonnie Dietrich 

Sandra DiNardo 

Ralph Doesburg 

Sandra Doles 



SENIORS 



Anthony Dottore 

Cynthia Downen 

Elaine Doyle 



Clifford Drobnick 
Daneen Dugan 
Thomas Dugan 



Timothy Dular 

Douglas Duncan 

Randy Dutko 



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James Dutrow 
Mary Dutrow 



Charles Eastabrooks 
Martin Eble 




A chicken in every pot — a pinata in almost every Spanish class. 



Harris' Conspiracy 





Patricia Ellison 
Keith Elshaw 



Carol Emmert 
Monica Enders 



"And here are some exciting scenes from next week's show." 



John Engel 
Michael Enright 
Sharon Erickson 



Janis Essex 

Richard Evans 

Charles Evin 



William Fagan 

Patricia Faiken 

Dale Fanney 





SENIORS 



Nicholas Farinacci 
James Farizel 
Linda Farley 
Kathleen Federico 



Diane Fellman 
Russ Fenster 
John Ferlito 
Robert Ferrell 



Kenneth Ficere 
Carol Fierle 
Arlene Floria 



Andrea Focareto 
Raymond Force 
Sandra Forl<er 








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SENIORS 



Gerald Foster 
Bruce Fox 
Barbara Frabotta 
Denise Frak 
John Francis 



Vishna Franic 
Mary Carol Frey 
Cindy Fried 
Marianne Frueboes 
David Fuseck 



Wilma Gallaher 
Lawrence Gamer 
Harry Gant 
James Garland 
Steve Garvas 



Christine Geer 
Patricia Geptiart 
Nancy Gere 
Patricia Gibbons 
Nancy Gibbs 





Dennis Golon 


Karen Gonas 


Rita Graham 


David Griestiammer 


Sharon Grimes 


Patricia Gombach 


Donald Gorjup 


Janet Graves 


David Griffis 


Kirsten Groce 


Spiros Gonakis 


Sarali Goslee 


Vincent Gregoric 


Betty Grigonis 


Belinda Gromley 



'Excuse me, could I get by to the fire extinguisher?" 




Gary Guenther 
Sally Gulich 



Timothy Gulich 
Laurel Gulick 





SENIORS 



John Bell Incorporates Spirit. 



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Suzanne Gustetic 
Alan Guttmann 
John Gydosh 



Wayne Haas 
Timothy Haase 
David Haller 



You say you're all out of contact lens solution?! 




Karen Hancovsky 
Diane Hannan 



James Hanson 
Milferd Hanson 




Mary Hare 

Michael Harris 

Janice Harvan 

Gary Hassel 



Janice Hatcher 
Susan Hathaway ^ 
Jeffrey Hay J,^^ 
Beth Heglaw 



John Hegler 

David Hehemann 

Ewald Heise 

Ann Helmuth 





SENIORS 




Karen Holodniak 

Diane Horabik 

Maureen Norton 



Allen Horvath 

Mary Hrdlica 

Marylou Hrovat 



Gregory Huddlestone 

Jacqueline Hull 

Judith Hull 

Nancy Hull 

Mark Humphrey 



Kolene Huncharek 
Laverne Ivec 

Anita Jackson 
Geraldine Jancigar 

Cynthia Jansa 




Jane Jaquays 
Frank Jelenic 
William Jerin 
Steve Jezerinac 



David Johnson 
Judy Johnson 
Robert Jokela 
Suzanne Jokela 



Douglas Jones 


Joan Kadow 


Karen Karberg 


Charlene Joyce 


Dale Kalamasz 


Anita Karp 


Kathleen Kadlec 


Suzanne Kapler 


Karen Katona 




Gregarious Grigonis 




Gene Kaufman 

Sandra Kavel 

Irvin Kays 



William Kazen 

Gayle Kehres 

Kenneth Kelember 



The Thinker 



SENIORS 



"And then he sticks a great big needle right in here.' 



Douglas Keller 
Douglas Kelley 



Richard Kelly 
Sharon Kelly 





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Reinhart 


Koepp 


Terrence Kollar 


Diana 


Koeth 


Michael Kolus 


Hillard 


Koeth 


Diana Komocar 


Sharon 


Koeth 


Gary Kordos 


Maryanne 


Kohut 


Roberta Kormos 




"Watch it or I'll take your picture. 




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Jean Kovacic 
Janet Kozak 
Dolores Kozar 


Arthur Kozlera 
Kenneth Krakau 
Ronald Krai 


Gary Krai! 
Gale Kramar 


Carol Kramer 
Len Kramer 


Gary Krech 
Shanely Krejci 


Thomas Kren 
Gary Krsolovic 


Catherine Kruger 
Gerald Kucharski 




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Rita Kuhn 
Lorraine Kuret 



Linda Lang 
Susan Lanser 



David Laufer 
Joan Lau[<iavich 


Kathleen Laurich 
Dennis Lavorgna 


Susan Lavrich 
Timotliy Lawler 


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David Lawrence 
Carol Leasure 
Nancy Lebet 


Carol Lehman 

Liberty Leigh 

Gordon Leml<e 




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SENIORS 




Cathy Lovin 
Margo Lunder 
Catherine Lutz 
Brad Lyman 




Eric Lyttle 
Laura Maaswinkel 




"Gosh, no one's ever asked my opinion before." 

Mary MacDougall Mary Macke 

Raymond Maclii Carolyn Madeja 

John Mack Susan Mady 




SENIORS 



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Carol Ann Mahovlic 
Wayne Malz 
Kathleen Marcus 



Thomas Maresco 
John Margheret 
David Marinelli 



Paul Marino 
Francine Marlon 
Victor Markovich 



Rose Marton 
Margaret Massiello 
Robert Matetich 



Dennis Mateyka 
Bernice Matulis 
Glen Maurer 



"I don't believe it.' 





Leiand McBride 

Bonnie McCartney 

Guy Mclntyre 



Jack McKee 

John McKee 

Linda McLaughlin 



Marlene Meares 

James Mehling 

Patricia Mehollin 



John Mauser Richard Maytield 

Donald Maxa Dennis Mayocl< 



"This class really gets hoppin' after school!" 



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Ronald Meister 
Maryann Melgun 
Ronald Menart 



John Meros 
Jay Messner 
Barbara Metz 



David Mlhacevich 
Christine Mihalic 
Debra Mihocik 



"One wet camera, coming up!" 





Janice Miklavic 
John Mikovic 
Mary Mikus 



SENIORS 



'Need I say Moore?" 




"What do you mean — pay attention? 



SENIORS 



Robert Modic 
Barbara Monahan 




Michael Mooney 
Catherine Moore 
Kathleen Moore 
Lynda Lee Moore 
Richard Moore 



Gloria Nalepa 

Deborah Naro 

Barbara Nash 

Monica Naworsl<i 

Dale Nemeth 



Jeanette Nemeth 
Rose Nemeth 

Carol Neumeyer 

Bonnie Newton 

James Nickel 



Sandra Nickles 
Geraldine Nielsen 

Paul Nielsen 
Raymond Nippress 

Robert Noda 



"Mom told me there'd be days like this. 




Michael Nagy 
Richard Nakaji 



SENIORS 




Mary Nossek 
Susan Obreza 
Rosemary O'Donnell 
Robert Oktabetz 
Katherine Olds 



Louis Olszewski 
James Orazen 
Sharon Ortman 
Rebecca Otcasek 
Bernie Overberger 



Caria Paradise 

Yolanda Paratto 

Keith Parl<inson 

Holly Patterson 

Linda Pawlak 



Salina Paw!al< 

Stanley Peklay 

Dale Pekrul 

Mark Pena 

Thomas Perchan 





SENIORS 



"You! You! You!" 



John Petro 
James Petrovic 
Blanche Pierce 



Patricia Pikula 
Steven Piscopo 
Mary Plaga 



Donna Plickert 
Shirley Plott 
Carolyn Pograis 



John Polito 
John Powalie 
Mary Powell 






Linda Pozun Gary P'-att David Price 
Jack Prasek James Pribonic Wendell Price 


Patricia Primoznik 
Kathleen Pultorak 


Edward Pure 
Robert Race 


"Now that you've bought a pen, you'll need paper . . ." 






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SENIORS 



Ronald Raley 
Dianne Ranker 




Rudolph Raukar 
Gary Ray 
Georgia Ready 



David Rebeck 
Teresa Rechner 
David Redeye 




Steve Reese 
Gloria Regalbuto 
Donna Reinke 
Marion Reinke 



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Christine Reinwald 

Gail Res 

Orson Richmond 

Darlene Ricl<ard 



Keep your eyes on the music, Jim! 



SENIORS 



David Robinson 
John Robinson 
Leslie Robinson 
Thomas Rocl<well 
Daniel Roeder 



Sally Rogell 
Brian Roland 
Barbara Romoser 
Dennis Rosa 
Carl Rosenberger 




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"No one can make himself clear to me anymore.' 



"I know the perfect person to send this to!" 





Cynthia Sak Michael Sarraino 

Barbara Samsa John Scaizo 



SENIORS 



Al Scheimann 
Terry Schenck 
Candace Scheurman 



Irene Schimes 
Thomas Schmenk 
Richard Schneider 



Carol Schubert 
Lin Schuffert 
John Schulte 



Fred Schwenke 
Rosemary Scott 
William Scott 
Barbara Seifert 





Linda Senger 

William Shaffer 

Craig Sfnaron 



Sally Sfiemkunas 
Barbara Shenk 
Robert Sfienkel 



Lloyd Sfierman 

Renia Sherrill 

Mary Jane Sliields 

James Shilander 



Brenda Sfiipley 

Donald Sfiisila 

Karen Sfiook 

William Sfiriver 




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SENIORS 




Joyce Siat 
Laurie Sickler 
Bonnie Sieferd 



Michael Sil<ora 
Karen Silsby 
Marlene Silverman 



Sandra Silverman 
Susan Simon 
Robert Singer 



"Say, how about a fast round of 'Red Hot Pepper?' 



Maria Sivec 
Susan Sivik 



Barbara Skafar 
Larry Skapin 




Kenneth Skedel 
Patricia Sl<eya 



Colleen Skonier 
Agnes Skully 




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Geoffrey Sleeper 
Susie Slussar 
Randi Slusser 



Susan Smeltz 

Donna Smink 

Kenneth Smith 






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Robert Smith 



SENIORS 



Gerald Sneller 



"It sure beats peanut butter and jelly, 



Cynthia Snyder 
Eric Snyder 
Patricia Soltis 



Jeannie Somrahc 
Shelley Spellman 
Thomas Spike 



Linda Spring 
Michael Springob 
Mary Lou Stahre 



Nancy Stanley 
Kendall Stauffer 
Daniel Stearns 



Patricia Steigauf 
Gary Steinfurth 
Susan Sterlel<ar 




SENIORS 



Diane Sterling 
Louis Stevens 





Lillian Strekal 
Therese Stuber 
Lucille Stucki 
Janet Subel 



Susan Susel 
Michele Svigel 
Paul Swaidner 
Robert Sweet 



Lynn Sweigert 
Robert Swift 
Geoffrey Swisher 
Shirley Swonger 



Backs to books. 



Lawrence Talty 
Clarabeth TannehJII 






Kathleen Tanner 
Shelley Tarantino 



SENIORS 



Barbara Taylor 
Gary Taylor 



Robert Taylor 
Patricia Telich 



Weights worry Watts 




"Somebody call me?" 




Jane Telling 
Sandra Teschner 


Sybil Tetrick 
Leigh Thomas 


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Jeannette Toth 
Patricia Totten 
Patricia Treanor 
Gene Trebec 
Ann Trommetter 





'I'm busy this week, but I can fit you in on Friday the 15th for half an hour." 



Stanley Uile 
Gretchen Ulstrom 



Loretta Umek 
Elaine Underkofler 



Jeannette Trout 

Susan Truesdale 

John Tucceri 



Linda Tucci 

Mary Margaret Tucci 

Jacqueline Turner 



Kathleen Turner 
Patricia Turner 
Arnold Uhas 





Brian Ursich 
Jane Vagasky 



Richard Vahcic 
Sandra Valenti 



Roberta Vandeveer 
Mona Vanel< 



Jan Van Plassendal 
Ray Van Tilburg 



Rita Vasas 
Bruce Vetiar 




Wayne Vehar 
Anttiony Verch 



SENIORS 



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"Listen, guys, I'd love to play, but 



David Virginia 

Shirley Vocaturo 

Margaret Vollman 



Hans Von Rekowsi<i 

Ruth Von Sicl< 

Sandra Vrh 



James Vyskocil 

Gregory Wall<er 

Janice Walhcer 



Robert Wallace 
Jeffery Walsh 



Maureen Walsh 
Ronald Walsh 



'Nine plus three are eleven, carry the one 




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SENIORS 




Alec Wightman 


Leroy Williams 


Kathleen Wllber 


Nancy Williams 


Donna Wilbraham 


Arthur Wilson 


Martha Wilder 


William Wilson 


Carol Willert 


Lee Winder 




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Nancy Winters Andrea Witczak 

Allen Wisniewskl David Wohlgemuth 

Terry WIsser Greg Wolenski 

Vil you check out that new teacher! 



Diane Wunderle 
Kathleen Yanchar 



SENIORS 



Dale Yoger 
Gregory Young 





Ronald Ziemmer 
Karl Zimmerman 



SENIORS 



National Honors light the way. 



William Young 
Linda Zadd 



A peaceful environment facilitates quiet study 




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Joanna Zupancic 
Marguerite Zust 




"Haven't I seen you on the Downtown Loop?" 



James Zivic Bethann Zonneville 

Shirley Znidarsic Patricia Zorl<o 




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ACADEMICS 




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Motivation detonates intrigue; the 

learning process requires first a 

will to learn and then mental 

output. Synchronized 

scheduling dictates 







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the respective path of each student 
every day. But knowledge does not 
dawn in an ordered pattern; bursts 
of inspiration and energy, fused with 
realization and discovery, build solid 
thought structures and flexible 
thought movements. 



BOARD OF 
EDUCATION 



"Excellent Education in "Euclid" is 
no accident. Through the cooperation 
and planning ot school personnel, Eu- 
clid has become one of the top sys- 
tems in Ohio. Monthly meetings of the 
Board welcome citizens and students 
interested in taking an active part in 
policy-making decisions. 



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William R. Fortner 



Milan A. Jaksic 






Mary King 



Paul R. Totten 



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W. G. Fordyce Administration Building 



Tradition is an important part of our heritage. 
One aspect of our American heritage, leading to 
a full life, is the public school system. We at Eu- 
clid Senior High School are indeed fortunate as 
we inventory our opportunities: a curriculum 
suited for every individual, activities conducted 
for the good of all, a dedicated and competent 
staff, cooperative parents, a Board of Education 
in tune with the value of education, a community 
that invests in education and graduates of our 
Euclid School System who are willing to assume 
their responsible place as positive citizens in our 
community, state and country. Congratulations on 
a fine year and my good wishes for a profitable 
future. 

Spartoco DiBiasio 
Suoerintendent of Schools 




Dr. Spartoco DiBiasio, Superintendent 



Dr. Robert Wigtitman, Assistant Superintendent — Secondary Education 





Mrs. Harriet Sheats 



Mr. William Lindsay 



Mr. Fred Johns 





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Mr. Walter Schwegler, Principal 



Dr. Jerry Bergem 




ADMINISTRATION 

"And what can I do for you, little boy?" ques- 
tions ttie giant with a glare. To most, this repre- 
sents the misconstrued concept of the adminis- 
trators. Often perplexing and confusing to the 
student, the assistant principals are called upon 
to pass judgment and determine policy for gov- 
erning of the masses. Many innovations per an- 
num maintain a continually dynamic atmosphere 
that permeates the entire school. Students, con- 
fident of being guided sagely, become only 
subtly aware of certain alterations. 




Mr. Robert Yocum, Vocational Guidance Counselor. 



DIVISION A-F 





Mr. Robert McLaughlin, Counselor. 



Mrs. Jean Cox, Counselor. 



Mr. Donald Martin, Dean. 



Mr. James Cliffel, Counselor, 



Miss Edith Lemon, Counselo 



Miss Wilma Gillman, Dean 




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DIVISION G-L 



DIVISION MR 




Mr. William Medvick, Dean. 



Miss Ruth Vermillion, Counselor. 



Mr. Merwin Staines, Counselor. 





Dr. Robert Crary, Counselor, 



DEANS AND 



Mrs. Ruth Smith, Counselor, 




Mr. Frank Troglia, Dean 



COUNSELORS 



DIVISION S-Z 



Reigning supreme over the effective functionings 
of a high school stands an omnipresent being 
known as a counselor. Directives received from 
his hierarchy tend to evoke various student re- 
actions. However regarded, the administrative 
corridor seems removed from the masses, and it 
becomes difficult to personally identify with its 
inhabitants, who are sometimes only represented 
through an IBM card. Nonetheless, a computer 
cannot run by itself, schedules cannot be formed 
from fantasies and reprimands do not come from 
the nethers; the deans and counselors stand as 
the guiding force behind the intricate systems of 
Euclid. 



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ENGLISH 



Misplaced modifiers, voluminous nov- 
els and Shakespeare provide chal- 
lenge and mystery for every student of 
English. Grammar and literature rank 
as the major components of this sub- 
ject. Augmenting these "traditionals," 
are journalism and speech, both re- 
quiring special talents and develop- 
ing useful skills; ability in these areas 
grows more evident only with prac- 
tice. Grammar rules faithfully learned, 
modifiers correctly placed and quota- 
tions patiently memorized, a solution 
to the mystery is slowly formed. 



Emelie Gale Sue Harris Jane Leilis 

James Gallagher Gerald Henderson Kenneth Lowe 

Paul Ganim Henry Huffman Janet Narten 

Barbara Garwood Jack Jenkins Myra Oliver 





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Frank Aultz Norma Cowan 

William Brown Dennis Cox 

Judith Carmody Lillian Drescher 



Joan Duprey 

Kathleen Fogarty 

George Frandsen 

Marilyn Fuerst 



Hamlet: a baby porkchop. 





Barbara Schneider Larry Smith 
Ellen Service Michele Spott 

Granville Smith Janet Szepessy 



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Ronald Backos Ruth Barrell Nancy Clark 

Olin Bailey James Calvert Dale Davison 





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Bob Wicks contemplates a vireighty problem. 




"And now the acid test.' 



"We've chosen this point arbitrarily.' 




SCIENCE 




New discoveries l<eep scientific thought fluid, 
leaving room for speculation and experimenta- 
tion by scientific method. Science establishes a 
base of learning limited only by the individual 
student. Thus, learning expands itself past the 
interests of the particular subject and develops 
procedures of study applicable to other fields of 
education as well. Proven theories, rediscovered 
by the student, add a satisfaction to learning by 
doing. Science develops in a student the desire 
to know the why of a problem and provides the 
food that fills his curious mind. 



Al Judge 
Marilyn Lucas 
Richard Rackovan 
Joseph Rodriguez 



William Starr 
Donald Steinbrink 
Robert Stojetz 
Dorothy Tombaugh 




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Janice Amato William DeMora 

Joseph Barry Nathaniel Dickinson 
Roger Brown Forrest Diehl 




Donald Glaser 
Ronald Harding 

Frank Hoffert •'n.-. 



Clyde Manspeaker David Nichting 

William McCarter Michael Raicevich 



Whistle while you work. 




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"If I eat this one, I won't have any fingers left." 



"Notice the hairy legs on the baby tarantula.' 



SOCIAL STUDIES 

To the uninterested student, history remains a 
tangled mass of unimaginable events and people. 
Newspaper and magazine assignments provoke 
aw/areness of present events, while films, maps 
and textbooks present a realistic picture of the 
past. A wide variety of courses and extra-curricu- 
lar clubs involve social studies and offer the op- 
portunity of specialization in preferred areas of 
study. Though to some, characters and happen- 
ings of the past will always remain unknown and 
inconceivable, a greater conception of the here 
and now will evolve from the mandatory two year 
American Studies course. 








"Who's going to bring in the meatballs?" 

Wayne Smith James Stuckey Leonard Weisenberg 




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MATHEMATICS 

Contrast describes the world of math- 
ematics. It explores both abstract and 
fixed ideas and combines the two to 
provide a basis for all mathematics. 
Beginning in algebra, a student learns 
fundamental identities and theorems. 
Armed with this knowledge, he ad- 
vances into the realm of geometry. 
After conquering the methods of 
proof, a more advanced student may 
go on to mathematical analysis, com- 
puter math or calculus. These cours- 
es, designed to challenge the student, 
require comprehension and applica- 
tion of all earlier work. In meeting 
this challenge, the individual achieves 
understanding. 



"Time out for a quick game of bookcover, bookcover.' 




'In unison now, the Pythagorean theorem." 
Who's been GRAPHtIng my sansevieria?" 




Richard Rose Dale Thompson 

Frederick Sallach Jacqueline Toth 




The think machine 



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Cormac Gorman 
Donald Rinkes 



Donna Baumeister Raymond Hively 

Ahmed Fellague Vida Horn 




Do you really need to use your book, Pat?" 



Miss Atleson establishes a line of communication with 
her students. 




Judith Simonich Anthony Vaccariello Margaret Zimmerman 



"How do you drive one of these things?" 




''If only I could read German. 



FOREIGN 
LANGUAGE 



When the French, Spanish or German 
student comes to class, he is expected 
to have prepared himself for discus- 
sion, brow-beating, questioning and 
rigorous drill. Language classes de- 
mand attention and participation. Lit- 
erature, songs and films extend lan- 
guage to a study of culture. The seri- 
ous student often understands more 
than he expects; speaking almost flu- 
ently, he writes with improved sen- 
tence structure. Language pupils and 
teachers share something of their 
world with the ethnic student body 
through foreign exchange students, 
foreign films and the atmosphere cre- 
ated within the four sacred walls of 
the language lab. 



"And tomorrow we'll find out what this means." 




BUSINESS 



Alvin Amster Ursula Cipollo Clayton George 



Variety and specialization, in the form of office 
machines, shorthand, bookkeeping and typing, 
are the words which best describe Euclid's Busi- 
ness Department. While attempting to master the 
hieroglyphics of shorthand or the mystery of 
blank typewriter keys, the student strives to im- 
prove in speed and efficiency. To the veteran 
student of the Business Department, already 
adept at various office procedures, the oppor- 
tunity to exercise practical skills through Coop- 
erative or Distributive Education programs is 
available. 




Ellen Klein 
Marc Manburg 



David McKelvey 
Edmund Mize 



Sam Muchesl<o 
Carol Pusateri 



Ben Sawyer 
Ralph Sibert 
David Sterlekar 




"Thank heaven for erasable bond 



Write right . . . right? 



Typing students pause for an inquisitive glance. 





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'I bet stie doesn't know that I know that she knows 




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ART 



An artist, expressing tiidden desires or frequently 
experienced emotions, creates a world of which 
he is master. The virtuoso in every person, at one 
time or another, rebels against uniformity and 
seeks its own outlet. To function as an advisor 
and director of this potential, rather than one 
who dominates the scene, remains the goal of 
the instructor. The students who have chosen to 
experiment in various media soon discover the 
challenge of originality. However, in the field of 
art, as in all others, the evolution of the artist 
produces only the successful results to a curious 
public. 









Dale Harper 



Sam Taylor 



MUSIC 



"I'm a little teapot . . ." 

Ken Sadar strapped to Excedrin Headache #42 



Vaguely resembling a song, the 
preliminary sight-reading precedes 
weeks of practice which terminate in 
a successful performance. The Music 
Department trains students to smooth- 
ly function not only as individuals, but 
also as an effective group. Besides 
performing in concert, the music ma- 
jor may study the theory and history 
of music, or the mystery of chords, 
aiming at increased understanding 
and appreciation. 




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How's it going? Sew, sew. 





"Who me? Oh, I'm just leafing through whatchaMcCALLit.' 



HOME ARTS 

Efficiency in iiome management de- 
cides the difference between the well- 
prepared and the unprepared home- 
mal<er. Home Arts classes at Euclid 
range from cooking and clothing, 
which offer active experience, to the 
mysteries of successful budgeting and 
the discussion of important internal 
problems involved in family living. The 
Home Arts Department explores the 
diverse facets of homemaking. 




Judith Blechschmid 

Ronald Chambers 

Clarence Eckert 



Anthony Ferritto John Germock Tom Hoffart 

Kathryn Frye William Hartland Lyie Houghtling 

Al Galicki Cheryl Hocevar Richard Hungerford 



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INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

Euclid provides complete and specialized in- 
dustrial arts courses for both boys and girls who 
enjoy manual activity. Theory, math and science 
lay the groundwork for most of the class projects. 
Safety and accuracy are both necessary for the 
operation of an oscilloscope, lathe or printing 
press. Some girls are attracted to one of the sev- 
eral drafting courses. New this year is the power 
mechanics course, which deals with everything 
from windmill to atomic povyer. The industrial 
education program leaves the student compe- 
tently prepared to advance to a technical career 
of importance. 



"And this, class, is a blueprint 
"I think it's got a fever." 




John Supance 
Marion Thomas 
Fred Vollman 



Robert Addis 
Marilyn Alvarez 





PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 



Forty minutes of release from aca- 
demic tension constitutes tine appeal 
of gym class to many; only variety 
makes it bearable to those less zeal- 
ous attiletes. Closely related movies 
and primary discussions form the 
body of the health course. Rescue 
Annie performs as both a source of 
entertainment and as a valuable 
teaching device in first aid classes. 
The avid aficionado fulfills the desire 
of competition through intramurals 
and coed sports after school. 





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Patricia Buck Harold Daugherly Howard Reminick 

Arlene Carter Don Mohr Victor Resch 



"Isn't this the boys' gym? 




Circle two, three, four. 

Ed Tekieli Margaret Tornstrom Gaye Whieldon 





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DRIVING 



Driver training offers the finest facilities for learning. 



Driver training has changed from an 
elective to mandatory course for those 
desiring a driver's license in Ohio. 
Discussion of safety procedures, mo- 
tor vehicle laws, car maintenance and 
most important practice sessions on 
the road, give the student know/ledge 
of the cost and responsibility con- 
nected with operating a car. Complet- 
ing the course marks only the begin- 
ning, for the student reaches his ulti- 
mate goal only upon obtaining his 
license. 



Adjusted Curriculum offers a variety of training skills. 




ADJUSTED 
CURRICULUM 



Adjusted Curriculum provides an individual pro- 
gram for each student. It allows scholastic 
achievement adjusted to his particular needs. 
Learning basics and fundamentals, the Adjusted 
Curriculum student receives an education that 
stimulates his imagination and enables him to 
successfully meet problems and adapt to the 
complex social system surrounding him. 




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Maintenance Heads: Mr, George Brewster, Mary Berus. 



Nurses: Mrs. Yolanda Kozlowski. Mrs- Helen Wis 



Mr. Coatsworth, Treasurer 



Secretaries Bottom Row (L to R): Donna Pintar, Jane Boyer, Rose Sbrocco, June Edwardsen, Laura 
Griffith, Arlene Koerny, Anna Herrick. flow 2: Polly McRedmond, Lucille Terlep, Rosemarie Tonn, 
Dorothy Stross, Margaret Maaswinkel, Marie O'Neill. 




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Caleteria Staff Bottom Row (L to R): Josephine GeisI, Pauline Turk, Mae Kolesar, Elizabeth Zimmerman, Mary Markovich, Violet Janitz, Jean Skolaris, 
flow 2; Jo Hansbrough, Katherine Bauer, Jeanette Youngberg, Mary Brule, Helen Chudzik, Millie Somrak, Clara Kuzmic, Katherine Wersing. 




Librarians Bottom Row (L to R) Mrs Shearer Mrs Kadlec, Mrs Waselkov, Mrs Hegia 
Mrs Foster Mrs Hazel, Miss Polatsek 



flow 2: Mrs. Mueller, 




NON-TEACHING 
STAFF 



Organization and cooperation arise 
from necessity In a school the size of 
Euclid. Running the school requires 
help from a variety of sources. An ab- 
sence of dirt and paper in the halls 
and classrooms results from contin- 
uous work of the maintenance staff. 
Order constitutes the goal of the libra- 
rians and secretaries, while nurses 
and cafeteria staff work to keep their 
respective areas efficient and hygenic. 
Students often disregard the import- 
ance of the non-teaching staff, yet 
they remain a vital part of Euclid. 



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Kinetic energy, pulled muscles and 
cast legs signify athletic prowess to 
the motionless onlooker. The athlete 
standing, walking or running 
personifies Euclid spirit. Beneath 
dangling nets or sitting in 
classroom desks, 





they practice both physical and scholastic 
adeptness. Sportsmen achieve a coordinated 
synthesis of mind and body movement, 
and dynamic reaction. 



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FOOTBALL 



What price glory? To clamoring crowds, it is 
forty-eight minutes of successes and failures with 
the net result either appreciated or rejected; it is 
absolute value, where almost doesn't count. To 
a player on the field it is measured in yards 
gained, penalties suffered and battles fought. In 
the stands little consideration may ever be given 
to the taste of mud and blood mixed with the 
salt of sweat. Victories become irrelevant in the 
presence of a completed pass or a stilled top 
scorer of the opposition. Euclid's triumph, based 
not on statistics, but perseverance and consist- 
ant effort, rested on a high and not easily attained 
plane. 




Behind every great football player 



Varsity Football Bottom flow fL to R): Frank Lemmo, Dennis Bosco, Butch Denney, 
Tri-Caplain; Brent Hamilton, Tri-Captain; Mark Lombardi, John Deming, Rick Lyttle, 
Johnny Bell, Rick Brown, Craig Sharon. Row 2: Rick Hoinski, Fred Arnold, Fred 
Grupe, George Cast, Mike Mitch, Bob Peternel, Cliff Drobnick, Don Emmert, Bob 




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"Whoa, I've played this game before! 



Niemczura, Doug Cable. Row 3: Frank Andrulis, Steve Jezerinac, Doug 
Alecci, Vic Valli, Jim Petardi, Ernie Gallo, Henry James. Joe Serksnis, 
Jotin Tolar. Row 4: Dennis Adams, Dennis Paiko, Rich Eder, Dave Nun- 
gesser, Tom Rich, Bill Swaidner, Rich Schwabauer, Ed Ritz, John 
Lonchar. Not Pictured: Jim Orazen, Tri-Captain. 



VARSITY FOOTBALL 
SCORES 



Euclid Opponents 

7 St. Joseph 40 

14 Collinwood 18 

6 Garfield Heights 18 

Valley Forge 8 

Lakewood 24 

13 Parma 16 

12 Cleveland Heights 28 

6 Shaw 14 

22 Shaker Heights 

Brush 21 

Wins 1 Losses 9 



Action on the line 




HOMECOMING 



Cold weather at the bonfire turned to rain and 
hail on the night of the football game. Disappoint- 
ment from defeat at the hands of Shaw, made 
drenched fans forget soggy floats and focus on 
the Homecoming dance. Trying to Remember was 
not hard amid a Gay Nineties' atmosphere of 
flower arches, small hanging canopies and finally 
climaxing in the ballroom with dancing couples 
rotating around a giant balloon. Attempting to 
recall the past brought lasting memories of the 
1967 Homecoming. 





Wet and wild 



'Napkins, too''" 



Homecoming brought bows and more beaus. 




Blanche Pierce. First Attendant 





Ann Trommetter, 1968 Homecoming Queen 



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Junior Varsity Footbali Bottom Row (L to R): Don Spiegel, Rick Kitl<o, Dave Cimperman, Jim Kalamasz, Mike Mehling, Craig Hodakievic, John Tutolo, Bob Ashley; 
Mike Grimes, Dan Ferris, flow 2; Vince Borgione, Mike McFarJden, Bob Centa, Keith Brady, Mark Rotar, Jim Ellison, Don Seddon, Dean Pasquale, Carl Jonke. flow 3: 
Robert Warner, Jim Caldrone, Jerry Coleman, Dave Brown, Mike Podnar, Dale Davis, Robin Zonneville, Frank Kerze, Carmen Call, Norm McLeod. flow 4: Ed Costello, 
Ian Glass, John Lonchar, Fred Zele, Rich Potts, Rick Markuz, Roger Perry, Frank Houser, Randy Wohlgemuth, flow 5; Mr. Stoietz, Head Coach; Terry Beckwith, George 
Henson, Bob Cigoy, Bill Francis, Dave Schervish, Bill McGreehan, Jerry Kurov»ski, Bill Ostrander, Mr. Sterlekar, Assistant Coach. 



"Darn those low-flying jets." 




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SCORES 



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Opponents 
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24 Collinwood 12 

8 Garfield Heights 8 

30 Valley Forge 38 

6 Lakewood 6 

6 Parma 36 

Cleveland Heights 6 

Shaw 30 

Shaker Heights 22 

Brush 6 

Wins 1 Losses 7 
Ties 2 



'It's my turn to ride.' 



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Tennis in doubles time. 



TENNIS SCORES 

Euclid Opponents 

5 Valley Forge 

5 Lakewood 

4 Parma 1 

3 Cleveland Heights 2 

5 Shaw 

5 Shaker Heights 

5 Brush 

Wins 7 Losses 
Winner of L.E.L. Championship 
First Place in L.E.L. Tournament 




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Tennis Bottom Row (L to R): Alec Wightman, Bob Callow, Bill Swisher, Jeff Burns, Roger Munson. flow 2; Rob Modic, Joe 
Beluschak, Herb Nold, Coach; Don Maxa, Jim Stiscak. 



Panther netters mesh their way to victory. 




TENNIS 



Excellence once again best describes 
Euclid's tennis team. Champions of 
the LEL for the second consecutive 
year, the netters rested not on their 
laurels, but rather on consistent ef- 
fort. This fall's tennis squad appeared 
as distinctive as the sport's unique 
scoring procedure. 




Cross Country Bottom Row (L to R): Bob Taylor, Assistant Coach; Wes Collins, Jeff Rieder, Dennis Mateyka, Terry Rieder, Co-Captain; Mike Applequist, 
Bob Smitti Co-Captain; Leo Zupancic. Doug Knaus, Jim Bock, Bill Hodges, Ted Ttieodore, Head Coach. Row 2: Dave Harper, Tom Cathcart, Curt Hanson, 
Dave Klopovic, Leroy Williams. Bill Korthals, John Blassingame. Gary Newman, Tom Wendorff, Rich Pereksta, Scott Lucci. flow 3: Tom Cooper, Larry Bock, 
John Weber, Jim Tolar, Ken McCreight, John Price, Dave Bryant, Bill Schmidt, John Oyster, flow 4: Frank Cherney, Jeff Pagan, Chuck OhI, Dale Kalamasz, 
Bob Podobn'ikar, Scott Koffel, Bob Lemmo, Jay Kitsos, Steve Pred, Dale Kardos. 



Cindermen grind it out. 



CROSS COUNTRY 
SCORES 

Euclid Opponents 

20 Valley Forge 38 

33 Lakewood 23 

50 Parma 15 

42 Cleveland Heights 18 

20 Shaw 43 

38 Shaker Heights 17 

28 Brush 31 

Wins 3 Losses 4 

Sixteenth in St. Joseph Relays 

Nineteenth in Ashland Relays 

Seventh in District Meet 

Sixth in LE.L Meet 



CROSS COUNTRY 



At the close of school, every hall 
throughout the building becomes a 
hazard to the unwary student. Mem- 
bers of Euclid's cross country team 
vigorously practice for the weekly two 
mile outdoor run. Despite numerous 
injuries and illnesses among some 
members, the team managed to com- 
pile a fair record. 




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SOCCER 



Kicking its way througin more prominent fall 
sports, the soccer team battled to attain a prom- 
inent position. Alttiough a newly introduced sport 
at Euclid, last year's skills were improved and 
new ones acquired. High quality and fast-moving 
entertainment, soccer, with its successful season, 
received the recognition and produced the vic- 
tories that may, in the near future, elevate the 
team to its deserved varsity status. 




Team co-captains John Ferlito and Frank Mocilnikar step forward. 

Soccer Bottom Row (L to R): Paul Ganim, Coach; Tom Koger, Jim Farizel, Frank Mocilnikar, John herlito, Tom Ames. Dale Fanney, Bob Wicks, 
flow 2: Jeane Horvat, Frank Yoder, Roger Cherne, Rick Cozart, Fred Skolaris, Fred Schwenke, Paul Marino, Dennis Bernardinelli, Patrick Chabal. 
flow 4: Jim Mocilnikar, Bob Bohinc, Paul McCauley, Mike Salisbury, Jim Yane, Chuck Zuchelli, Dale Menart, Bill Jakubs, Tom Dolter. Row S.- 
Steve Phelan, Dale Hoynacke, Bob Kazan, George Karlan, Frank Kapler, Mike Parry, Roy Baumeisler, Dusan Mlakar. 







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INDOOR TRACK 
SCORES 

Euclid Opponent 

612/3 John Hay 30V3 

74 Latin 18 

82 Glenville 10 

76 5/6 Soutii 15 1/6 

39V3 East Tech 522/3 

511/2 John Marshall 491/2 

25 J. F. K 67 

711/2 Parma I91/2 

751/4 Valley Forge 16^/4 

61 1/3 J. F. K 302/3 

6O2/3 East Tech 31 1/3 

701/3 Shaker Heights 21 2/3 

8O1/3 John Adams 115/6 

841/2 Collinwood 82 

72 St. Joseph 20 

Wins 13 Losses 2 




John Tucceri steps up to the bar. 
Euclid reaches new heights. 




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Indoor Track Bottom Row (L to R): Duane Doblar, Bruce Roark, Manager; Jim Petrovic, Terry Rieder, Leroy Williams, John Tucceri. Andy Altenweg, Paul Nlelsen_, Mike 

Applequist, Jack Prasek, Bob Smith, Rick Lyttle. Row 2: Bill Haggerdus, Tony Lapse, Jim Bock, Jeff Rieder, Scott Lucci. Leo Zupancic, Rick Harr' 

Dave Engelking, Ken Chudzik. flow 3; Larry Bock, Fred Minis, Mark Kapec, Bob Elder, Bill Gerl, Dan Ferris, Craig Hodakieuic, Gary Smith, Jerry Hubac 

Row 4: Jim Kane, Bob Berarducci, Dennis Riggs. Bruce Munson, Mike Mehling. Tony Voipe, Wes Collins. Scott Koffel, Rich Schwabauer, Art lacofan 

Camloh, Terry Roehr, Rich Pereksta, Ctiarlie Hoal, John Snow. John Tutolo, Bill Korthals, Jay Kitsos, Rick Klein. Row 6- Sam Syracuse. John Rieth, Irv 

singame, Jeff Fagan, Ed Costello, Brian Ursich. flow 7: Rich Kipp, Bob Podobnikar, Ken McCreight, Gary Newman, Dave Nungesser, Jack Craigs, Tom 

Lonchar, Ray Schultz. 



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INDOOR TRACK 

The domain of the indoor tracl<men 
stands undefiled by any foe; they have 
never lost a home meet. Only a rise in 
temperature and the smell of "goop" 
invade the underground track along 
with the small band of loyal fans. 
Rigorous drill and endless workouts 
produced outstanding performances. 



CHEERLEADERS 
AND PANTHERS 



Promoting and extending school spirit, the 
Cheerleaders and Panthers function as catalysts 
to crowd enthusiasm. Cheerleaders performing 
patterns and jumps with the utmost precision are 
constantly accompanied by three black shadows 
materializing as Panthers. Their antics contrast 
the synchronization achieved by an excellent 
cheering squad. 




Peggy Zust 




Panthers Clockwise (Irom lop): Sue Smeltz, Pat Steigauf, Irish Telich, Margo Lunde 




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VARSITY 
BASKETBALL SCORES 



All-Ohio Al Vilcheck gets timely encouragement from "Doc' 



Euclid 

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Opponent 

Garfield Heights 75 

Shaw 55 

. . . . Brush 23 

. . . . Parma 61 



Euclid nets another tournament championship at Kent. 



77 Lakewood 60 

71 Valley Forge 52 

81 St. Joseph 70 

102 Akron Kenmore 53 

111 Shaker Heights 38 

59 Cleveland Heights 52 

75 Shaw 66 

95 Brush 42 

58 Parma 61 

83 Lakewood 50 

51 Newark 55 

61 Valley Forge 30 

84 Shaker Heights 25 

82 Cleveland Heights 68 

TOURNAMENT SCORES 

95 Collinwood 49 

64 St. Joseph 62 

79 Geneva 52 

80 Cleveland East 61 

74 Hubbard 59 

59 Canton McKinley 51 

40 Columbus East 75 

Wins 22 Losses 3 

First Place in L.E.L. 
First Place in Sectionals 

First Place in District 
First Place in Regionals 

Semi-Finalist in State 





Varsif/ Basketball Bottom Row (L to R): Ron Ziemmer. Man; 
dermeyer, Mr. Harold "Doc" Daugherty, Head Coach. Row 
Booms, Al Vilcheck, Don Nevar, Dave Lewis, Bob Edwardsen 



Don Shisiia. Al Russ. Ewald Heise, Rick Brown. Rod Sullivan Tim Nei- 
/Ir. Al Judge, Assistant Coach; Brad Lyman, Manager; Dave Price, Jeff 



Our Varsity Team will beat your team. Hey! Hey! Hey! 



BASKETBALL 




"We're number one!" echoed through 
the gym on game nights as the Pan- 
thers bounced through opponents to 
bring home the LEL, Sectional, Dis- 
trict and Regional titles. With team 
and spirit incorporated into one, the 
J.V.'s took the LEL, records were 
broken and Euclid became "red hot." 
"State in '68" was a reality, but it was 
defeat which revealed the true win- 
ning stuff Euclid was made of — 
excited, screaming, hysterical fans 
waited to welcome back their fan- 
tastic team, undeniably proving that 
they couldn't beat us. 




'If I was this much taller, I could reach the ball 



That's a no-no! 




And they all stood aghast at the sight in the Heights. 



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'Look, Honey, we made another touchdown!" 



'Have you heard the one about the traveling salesman?" 
1968 Queen and her court 




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won him on the Dating Game!" 
. . and then they lived happily ever after. 



'Maybe it would have been more fun with a date." 




WINTER FESTIVAL 



The E-Room was transformed by the 
strange combination of icicles and 
cardboard animals into the magical 
land of a Glass Menagerie. The 
dreamy atmosphere captivated the 
couples who, themselves, turned from 
the fatigue of weeks of preparation to 
the paradoxical quiet and relaxation 
of a surrounding fantasy of animals 
and people. 



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Gloria DeMario, 1968 Winter Festival Queen. 



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Cathy Lulz, First Senior Attendant 





Look-out! It's loaded! 



Laughlln launches thejayvee attack. 



Junior Varsity Basketball Bottom Row (L to R): Frank Doblekar. Manager; Jim Caldrone, Rick Francis, John Clapacs. Don White, Wayne Pinkstaff. Bob Luzar, 
Row 2. Mr. Joe Barry, Coach; Jim Gregoric. Fred Nevar, Dan Zawack. John Lonchar, Mike Laughlin, John Price, 




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Euclid hits right on the nose. 
Do the Hol<ey-Pokey . . . 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
BASKETBALL SCORES 



Euclid Opponent 

65 Garfield 34 

70 Shaw 34 

64 Brush 29 

64 Parma 35 

62 Lakewood 30 

49 Valley Forge 48 

45 St. Joseph 36 

65 Akron Kenmore 35 

69 Shaker Heights 52 

60 Cleveland Heights 39 

56 Shaw 60 

61 Brush 42 

69 Parma 40 

55 Lakewood 41 

28 Newark 57 

53 Valley Forge 44 

70 Shaker 40 

73 Cleveland Heights 51 

Wins 16 Losses 2 



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VARSITY SWIMMING 
SCORES 

Euclid Opponent 

50 Brush 45 

40 Shaw 55 

37 Berea 58 

38 Lakewood 57 

31 Shaker 64 

38 Cleveland Heights 57 

42 Shaw 53 

64 Gilmour 31 

57 Brush 38 

34 University School 61 

34 Lakewood 60 

31 Western Reserve Academy 63 

65 Midpark 30 

46 Shaker 49 

29 Cleveland Heights 66 

31 Fairview 62 

Wins 4 Losses 12 
Tenth in District I\/leets 




Bryan Dugan bends for victory. 



Jeff Burns cools it. 



"I've got time for you." 




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Varsity Swim Team Bollom Row (L to R): Brian Dugan, Craig Zola. Randy Cebul, Jeff Burns. Brent Hamilton. Geoff Carter. Row 2: Jim Ayers. tvir 
Resell, Coacfi; George Prokopovicfi. Tom Brunson. Ricfi Potts. Jim Kershaw. Row 3: Dave Griestismmer, Doug Keller, Dale Kalamasz. Joe fvlorabito 
Bill Ostrander, Paul Britton. 



Turn, turn, turn! 




SWIMMING 



In swimming, the individual racer becomes his 
own opponent. If a swimmer yields to his advers- 
ary, but beats his own best time, he triumphs. 
With a flawlessly executed take-off, turn and 
'i stroke, each member of the varsity swim team 
% continually meets a challenge, and consistently 
overcomes it. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY 
WRESTLING SCORES 



Euclid Opponents 

26 Garfield 11 

32 Eastlake North 11 

47 Lakewood 

18 Valley Forge 17 

26 Bedford 19 

36 Shaker 3 

32 Cleveland Heights 10 

40 Shaw 3 

21 Brush 20 

39 Huron 5 

14 Parma 26 

37 Saint Joseph 5 

Wins 10 Losses 1 
Tied For First Place in L. E. L. 




Panther Parents 



Junior Varsily Wrestling Bottom Row (L to R): Rich Krane, Rick Setina, Bill Yozipovich, Chuck Mukavetz. Row 2: Sieve Pred, Don Seddon, Ian Glass. Dennis 
DeViney, George Gast. Bill Breznay. 




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Junior Varsity Swim Team Bottom Row (L to R>: Bob Cater, Roy Baumeister, Richard Gotten, John Dombrowski. Ray Ivancic. Mike Dougherty, Jim 
Lapse. Row 2: Mr. Rodriguez, Coach; Chris Biddle, Mark Dalic, Ron Barbish, Steve Smith, Ken Kase, Vaughn Brothers. Ed Bishop. Row 3: Fred 
Essex, Bob Verner, Dave Templeton, Paul Vincent, Keith Barrett, Bob Wilson, Fred Koeth, Dale Hoynacke. Row 4: Bob Olds, Jim Kalamasz, Doug 
Cable, Dave Murphy, Robin Zonneville, Greg Lawrence, Frank Hutchinson, John Churney. 



. and an X in the middle. Tic-Tac-Toe!" 



JUNIOR VARSITY 




SWIMMING SCORES 

Euclid Opponent 

58 Shaw 33 

39 Berea 55 

41 Lakewood 53 

20 Shaker 74 

42 Cleveland Heights 53 

54 Shaw 34 

22 Lakewood 73 

38 Western Reserve Academy 57 

26 Shaker 68 

22 Cleveland Heights 71 

18 Fairview 77 

Wins 2 Losses 9 



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Varsity Wres'lmg Bottom Row (L to R): Steve Piscopo, Dennis Maleyka, John Meros, Bill Yozipovich, Nick Caprelta, John Fatica, Row 2: Tom Calhcart, Paul 
Marino, Dennis DeViney, Doug Knaus, Rich Krane. flow 3; George Gast, John Tolar, Don Ballenline, Jim Tolar, Bill Breznay, Don Seddon 



Wrestling Coaches (L to R): Mr. Roger Brown, Mr. Dave Sterlekar, Mr. C/arence Eckerl. 



VARSITY WRESTLING 
SCORES 

Euclid Opponent 

20 Garfield 19 

11 Eastlake North 23 

34 Lakewood 9 

13 Valley Forge 25 

9 Bedford 26 

24 Shaker 11 

25 Cleveland Heights 11 

26 Shaw 16 

15 Brush 20 

24 Huron 14 

15 Parma 22 

30 Saint Joseph 9 

Wins? Losses 5 




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WRESTLING 

To reach a certain weight, the wrest- 
ler spends his week either in Spartan 
denial of food, or in an envied gorg- 
ing, supplemented by numerous ba- 
nanas. Gruelling practices mold men 
of mobility, agility and hostility. With 
the right combination of all three, the 
junior varsity team tied for first place 
in the LEL, while the mighty varsity 
boasted a state champion. 



Tolar twins make double trouble for Euclid opponents. 
Right foot out and you're in fifth position. 



Steve Piscopo, State Champion. 








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GIRLS' SPORTS 

Girls' Sports boast teams in field 
hockey, volleyball, basketball and 
track. The competition with other 
schools tests individual ability and 
team coordination. Girls' Sports do 
not enjoy the popularity of the boys', 
but they own an equal record of 
success. 




Varsity Girls' Volleyball Bottom Row (L to R): Mary Margaret Tucci, Kathy Gamber, Cheryl Laser. Row 2: 
Debbie Erdman, Kathy Laurich, Mary Ellen Baiec. 



Varsity Girls' Basketball Bottom Row (L to R): Karen Holodniak, Kathy Laurich, Barb Romoser. Sue Smeltz Row 2: Sharon Masel<, Ivlary Ellen 
Bajec, Kathy Somral^, Monica Naworsl(i, Nancy Staniey, Dee Fral<, Debbie Erdnnan, Donna Sweet. 




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Junior Varslly Girls' Volleyball Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Barbato, 
Lyme Jersan, Donna Sweet. Row 2: Sue Brezec, Sue Gordos, Wendy 
Wiskes. 




Girls' Field Hockey (L to R): Cheryl Laser, Karen Madeja, Debbie Erdman, Kathy Gamber, Sue 
Gordos, Mary Ellen Bajec, Donna Sweet. 




Junior Varsity Girls' Basltetball Bottom Row (L to R): Marcia Boyce, Joy Sctieurman, Lynn Jersan, Sue Brezec, Wendy Wiskes, Char Rudiak. flow 2: Sue Gordos, Beverly 
Kramar, Janet Lewis, Barb Barbato, Karen Madeja. 




ACTIVITIES 



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Extra activities give rise to creative 

movement, or appear as mass school 

functions. Dramatic productions 



present expressive motion merged 
witii communicative emotion, while 
special E-room programs show the 
relaxed or frantic locomotion of 
dancing a vanishing weekend 
into oblivion. 




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STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



Constantly attempting to increase a 
student's interest in his own affairs, 
Student Council demanded regular at- 
tendance and greater participation on 
behalf of the individual representative, 
to hopefully create a strong liaison be- 
iween the homeroom and council ac- 
tivities. With imagination in planning 
projects and the efficiency needed to 
accomplish them, the council suc- 
cessfully sponsored an increasing 
number of proposals and original ac- 
tivities. Leadership, determination 
and organization guided the Student 
Council closer to its goal of true stu- 
dent government. 




student Council Officers (L to R): Shelly Spellr 
Gary Botts, Vice-President. 



an, Secretary; Tim Lawler, President: Joe Parisi, Treasurer; 



Student Council Bottom Row (L to R): Debby Hendershot, Cyndi Paparizos, Diane Andrews, Jill Damberger, Laurel Letney, Stierry Kolb, Barb 
Webb, Laurie Jewett, Pam Bosco, Alvera Vargo. Cherie Kitko. Lynette Sobe, Sue Taddie. Anne Evans, Irene Tiborsky. Row 2: Karen Doak, 
Candy Scheurman, Lynn Sana, Joanne Leppert, Sybil Tetrick, Donna Bass, Joan Hocevar. Pat Gibbons, Betti Ciimo, Jean Bray, Sue Drobnick, 
Barb Campana, Eileen Hanna. Beth Blewitt, Anna Fugina, Bonnie Bubley, Nancy Amacher. Row 3: Jeanette Barber, Ann Trommetter, Barb 
Romoser. Janet Matiusky, Barb Sterling, Rita Halsey, Kathy Laurich, Barb Nawor, Nancy Reed, Judy Kozlowski, Darlene Franks, Chris Yancfiar, 
Joan Lewis, Jan Ivansek, Marilyn Winters, Sandy Shenk, Row 4: Marilyn Siders, Cindy Keily. Karen Icke, Cindy Wutchiett, Nancy Winters, 
Sue Dritz, Joan Kadcw, Becky Otcasek. Jan Walker, Marty Schwenke, Ellen Gerl, Dennis Morse. Diane Baron. Row 5: Marty Eble, Betty Grigonis, 
Karen Shook, Georgia Ready, Sue Susel. Barb Benson. Bruce Taylor, Mike Podnar, Dale Nosse, Terry Chubb, Doug Romoser. Row 6: Laura 
Leighton, Gary Ciprian, Russ Fenster, Dennis Lavorgna, Rich Eder, Ken Stautfer, Denny Mateyka, Joanne Allchin, Dannie Dugan. Row 7: Lee 
McBride, Tom Perchan, Bill Fagan, Don Lewis, Greg Zgonc, Tom While, Jefl Reichard, Bob Miller, Tim Lawler, Gary Botts, Joe Parisi, Shelly 
Spellman, Jim Stoch. 




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student Council Executive Board Bottom Row (L to R): Marty Eble, Betty Grigonis, Gary Botts, Kathy 
Marcus, Bernice Matulis. flow 2; Lee McBride, Tim Lawler, Lynn Sana, Shelly Spellman, Dannie 
Dugan, Joe Parisi. 




Barb Gordos speaks her piece. 







Sue suffers through Slave Day. 



"My name is Bill. My name is Brigden. My name is Bill Brigden.' 




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KEY CLUB 



"First in the World," the title won for 
the many services performed by the 
Euclid Key Club last year, gave it 
a reputation hard to uphold. To a 
club dedicated to service in the com- 
munity, as well as the school, it be- 
came the banner that motivated the 
club toward greater projects. By help- 
ing others Key Club helps itself. Aid- 
ing community, school and individual, 
Key Club symbolized leadership in 
both the high school and City of 
Euclid. 




Key Club Bottom Row (L to R): David Onions, Greg Lawrence, Mike Balale, Mark Palmer, Gary Gallagher, Tim Cheadle, Brian Hacker, Craig Zola, Tim Kitsos, Mike 
Debevec. Row 2: John Tomko, Augie Kehn, Jim Kalamasz, J. P. Horna, Denny Riggs, Dave Wagner, Dave Fanney, Mike Podnar, Dean Pasquale, Don Seddon, Randy 
Cebul. flow 3; Paul Imm, Tom Brunson, Doug Romoser, Les Sherman, Rick Punzar, Wayne SIreble, Ron Lyman, Jeff Burns, Doug Keller, Leigh Thomas, Frank 
Mocilnikar. Row 4: Tom Calhcart, Ian Glass, Wendall Price, Gary Ciprian, Jim Mocilnikar, Thom Kren, Tim Lawler, Mark Sabula, Marty Eble, Fred Skolaris, Roger 
Munson, Dave Brunson, George Karlan, Doug Alecci, Row 5; Don Spiegel, Jim Kalamasz. Al Horvath, Robbie Verner, Tim Gulich, Terry Karda, Steve Pred, Dave 
Garling, Bruce Taylor. Bill Huffman, Dale Glicker. Row 6: Bruce McBrian, Dave Templeton, Jim Stoch, Tom Cooper, Jim Hinde, Joe Parisi, Bill Brigden. Row 7: Larry 
Skapin, Rob Modic, Mel Scharlau, Craig Sharon, Bob Miller, Chris Reece, Gary Grum. Row 8: Kendall Stauffer, Dave DiBiasio, Cliff Drobnick, Dennis Adams, Tom 
Dugan, George Prokopovich, John Blassingame, Gary Newman. Row 9: Paul Nielsen, Jay Cost, Tom White, Leroy Williams, Dick Clark, Doug Knaus, Dave Nungesser, 
Al Russ, Bob Lonchar, Tim Niedermeyer. 




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American Field Service Bottom Row (L to R): Becky Mann, Cindy Paparizos, Jean Lokar, Sybil Tetrick, Barb Nash, Alan Goldstayn, Dannie 
Dugan, Debby Tinker, Mrs. Zimmerman, fiotv 2: Jane Decatur, Janet Crone, Joyce Haffer, Nancy Jarchow, Janet Matiusky, Debby Galloway, 
Marilyn Haynes, Ellen Davis. Row 3: Elda Aitcin-Briano. Elaine Hiruo, Karen Stiriver, Debbie Miller, Beth Blewitt, Jean Klein, Karen Wade, Connie 
Marten, Eve Nielsen, flow 4: Machiko Tokunaga, Barbara Nawor, Susan Larick, Kathy Netchske, Ellen Gerl, Marilyn Winters, Judy Kozlowski, 
Diane Fellman, Chris Reinwald. flow 5; Bonnie Bubley, Pat Gibbons, Shelly Spellman, Nancy Winters, Jenny Aultz, Joanne Bilicic, Tom Collura, 
Tim Lawler, Bill Schmidt, Marilyn Ward, Cathy Madden. 



American Field Sen 



Finalists (L to R): Tom Collura, Janet Cn 




AMERICAN 
FIELD SERVICE 



Indifference becomes a little-used 
word for the AFS member. Concern 
represents his philosophy. His in- 
volvement may be the small task of 
selling movie tickets or the large one 
of housing an exchange student for 
a year. Physically limited to the con- 
fines of a classroom one night every 
two weeks, programs transport stu- 
dents through the scenery of Europe, 
the Middle-East Crisis and life in other 
lands. This year Janet Crone has been 
sent to South Africa, further extending 
the club's tenacious reaches. Broad 
in scope and high in ideals, the Ameri- 
can Field Service renders living proof 
to the hypothesized new awareness 
of youth. 



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Officers receive new members during induction ceremonies 



Guest speakers highlight numerous F.T.A. programs. 




Future Teachers ol America Bottom Row (L to R): Chns Srnick, Mary Mog, Pat Reese, Terry Levine, Nancy Borsch, Janet Stanley, Kathy Cowper, Debbie 
Opalk, Eileen Itanne, Joann Fross, Marilyn Winters, Judy Kozlowski, Sue Sabo, Marsha Phillips, Mary Jo Lipovec, Ellen Gerl. Row 2: Rose Marton, Sara 
Nantz, Joyce Haffer, Sue Weinke, Jenny Grabitz, Bonnie Bubley, Joan Palguta, Karen Match, Pam Martin, Fay Nye, Gail Bitnik, Angie Rcbers, Robin 
Ross, Janice Hocevar, Brenda Payer, Julie Sajewski, Belly hill, flow 3: Carol Hitchcock, Shelly Spellman, Nancy Hull, Carol Henikman, Jill Baltung, Linda 
Toth, Linda Sonntag, Sally Gulich, Vishna Franic, Jean Klein, Marsha Baker, Debbie Bohanan, Rita Halsey, Rich Schneider, Sue Kapler. How 4: Karen 
Frank, Karen Mohorich, Denise Rees, Joan Lewis, Kathy Madden, Pam Stearns, Barb Gordos, Debbie Haverlock, Joan Lewandowski, Bonnie Newton, Jenny 
Aullz, Cindy Sak, Karen Katona, Rose Kimosh, Jan Bahr, flow 5; Barb Reed, Lee McBride, Jim Bambam, Kim Somers, Linda Koeth, Bob Wallace, Sue 
Lanser, Sue Morris, Marie Meehan, Denise Perovsek. 



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Future Teachers ot America Executive Board Frortt Row (L to R): Elaine Sabo, Sarah Weinberger, Kathy 
Wilber, Sue Simon, Carol Henii(man, Cheryl Keyes, Marion Reinke, Chris Reinwald. Back Row: Mary Melgun, 
Sandy Doles, Marian Zajc, Nancy Hull, Clare Hille, Jenny Aultz, Bob Wallace. 



FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 

Administrators, educators, college 
students and educational specialists 
may be recruited to speak before 
Euclid's Future Teachers of America. 
Between meetings, members gain 
other instructive experiences by hall 
guarding, performing as guides at 
Open House or even substituting. Ex- 
posure to various aspects of the 
teaching situation enables the FTA 
member to make a valid final decision 
on his future; but for the present, 
along with experience, points are 
gained toward an FTA pin. 



Future Teachers ot America Bottom Row (L to R): Judy Ratliff, Willis Ann Dreisbach, Chris Weiss, Bernadette Kirsch, Peggy Wehrle, Barb Tolchinsi(y, Ann 
Rolik, Sara Weinberger, Lynn Bana, Cheryl Keyes. Janet Springer, Candy Obreza, Debbie Tinker, Jean Lokar, Cindy Paparizos, Debbie Naderer, Karen 
Caiabrese, Kris Reisinger, Ram Mahany. Row 2: Sue Simon, Chris Reinwald, Gioria Regaibuto, Diane Moats, Diana Coppers, Maryiin Haynes, Barb Waliand, 
Judy Straughan, Carolyn Pograis, Lynn Zadd, Kathy Laurich, Clare Hiile, Debbie Clark, Rita Vasas, Sheila Zurc, Susan Delsanter, Jere Foster, Sherry Chant, 
Peggy Strok, Arlene Floria, Sue Picciano, flow 3: Carol Willert, Bonnie Dietrich, Sandy Doles, Sue Gustetic, Maryann Melgun, Cathy Wilber, Marian Reinke, 
Marty Wilder, Cheryl Crawford, Karen Shook, Betty Grigonis, Nancy Gere, Barbara Sterling, Janet Mahusky, Nancy Zonar, Cathy Tyrrell, Clare Schnieder, 
Irene Tiborski, Lori Lane, Sue Knox, flow 4: Kathy Lutz, Mary Carol Prey, Karen Zeiman, Mary Ann Savoca, Debbie Capella, Margaret Massiello, Marie 
Massiello, Laura Forsythe, Marian Zajc, Laurel Warnke, Kathy Aufmuth, Sally Rogell, Nancy Edwards, Elaine Sabo, Sally Shemkunas, Bonnie Perpar, Pam 
Cooney, Shirley Chisholm, Ellen Misner, Karen Holodniak. Row 5: Cindy Conley, Carol Caghan, Maria Goodman, Laura Foy, Nancy Jarchow, Diane Denison, 
Beth Blewitt, Nancy Reed, Debbie Hudak, Linda Kokal, Chris Gaydos, Alice Netf, Maryiin Jaros, Vicki Festini, Marlene Marko, Carol Almgren, Barb Shenk, 
Monica Naworski, Diana Koeth, Sue Abramczyk. 




FRIENDSHIP CLUB 



Recently combined with the Y Teens, 
Friendship Club increased its mem- 
bership, and incorporated new ideas 
and projects. Primarily a service club, 
members work to benefit needy peo- 
ple and organizations. Whether work- 
ing on a project or planning a social 
event, diligence and enthusiasm turn 
venture into success. 




Friendship Y-Teen Executive Board Bottom Row (L to R): Chris Geer, Michele Svigel, Mary 
Lou Stahre, Nancy Gere. Row 2: Carol Wrilert, Carol Davis, Dannie Dugan, Brenda Shipley. 

Friendship Y-Teen Sophomores Bottom Row (L to R): Donna Skokal, Denise Capretta, Chris Weiss, Pam Clapp, Barb Thomas, Sue Knox. Lori Lane. Linda Harps, Irene 
Tiborsl<y, Gerty Friedberg. Karen Hollyfield, Annette Kuchling. Row 2: Sandy Hanlon, Sherry Collister, Sue Lewandowski, Gayle Svetin, Margi Kostansek, Betty Hill, 
Kathy Fox, Chris Gaydos, Marcia Boyce. Kalhy Luidahl, Joann Felz, Terri Plaga. flow 3: Sandy Pestotnik, Deb Sonnie, Marsha Phillips, Judy Kozlowski, Barb Blank, 
Debbie Kovacic, Linda Tiderman, Deb Miller, Linda Klein, Judy Sutphin, Maureen Bruening, Carol Farkas, Barb Bish, Jere Foster. Row 4: Deb Palguta, Wendy Mihocik, 
Paula Ugrinic, Sally Gingell, Liz Kurtovich, Cheryl Gockel, Royceanne Brimlow, Ann Evans, Ellen Gerl, Chris Davis, Janet Stanley, Gayle Crown, Denise Dworning. 
Row 5: Pat Paulin, Janic Goske, Janet Lewis, Berie O'Connell, Jackie Perpar, Barb Cigoy, Cathy Madden, Pam ReJIly, Mary Hollway, Sue Drobnick, Nancy Harper, 
Jan Ivansek, Kathy Grossman. 




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Friendship Y-Teen Bottom Row (L lo R): Sue Spears, Allison Town, Kitty Ribar, Jane Decatur, Laurie Jewett, Jean Lokar, Diane 
Pietro, Karen Rider, Kathy Rider, Stiirley Cook. Row 2: Ellen Pestak, Linda Dieckmann, Cathy Tyrrell, Linda Buchholz, Linda Rohr, 
Adria Seeder, Clare Schnieder. Joan Palguta, Susan Larick, Susan Latcti, Barb Nawor. Row 3: Pat Barktiurst, Karen Balasko, Vivian 
Sobole, Linda Tober, Jan Bahr, Allison Trommetter, Barb Gordos. Janice Guestetic, Chris Srnick, Barb Ames, flow 4: Carol Willert, 
Mary Lou Stahre, Carol Davis, Michele Svigal, Nancy Gere, Mary Plaga, Chris Greer, Karen Mohorich, Kathy Wilber, Karen Frank, 
flow 5.- Kathy Moore, Debby Denney, Cindy Conley, Monica Naworski, Pat Zupanc, Jeanne Trout, Danny Dugan, Lynn Hall, Barb 
Olosky, Terri Sivert, Brenda Shipley. 



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GIRLS' 
LEADERS CLUB 



Patience, good judgment and en- 
thusiasm make up tlie creed of the 
Girls' Leaders Club. From coping with 
the problem of gum chewers and 
jewelry wearers to refereeing a game, 
the gym leader must strive to exem- 
plify a responsible and competent 
aide to both student and teacher. 




"Me big chief summerfallWINTERSpring." 



G;V/s' Leaders Club Bottom Row (L to R}: Laurie Letney, Karen Lobas, Sandy Brachlow, Mrs. Alverez, Advisor; Dee Frak, Donna 
Burris, Trish Telich. Row 2: Elaine Sabo, Leslie Stratton, Cheri Reed, Nancy Winters, President: Barb Taylor, Carol Henikman, Diane 
Dieckmann. Row 3: Linda Diekmann. Sally Rogell, Cheryl Laser, Barb Romoser, Vice-President; Cattiy Laurich, Mary-Margaret Tucci, 
Barb Butt. Row 4: Jan Gustetic, Jane Milavec, Eva Zucker, Ellen Davis, Marty Wilder, Treasurer; Diane Pietro, Janet Crone, 
Debby Erdman. flow 5.- Karen Matoh, Joanne Leppert, Cindy Paparizos, Gail Kramar, Secretary; Laurie Rugel, Karen Wade, 
Nancy Zonar. Row 6: Kathy Federico, Historian. Not Pictured: Cindy Anderson, Jean Lokar. 





What more can we say? 

"How would you like a biscuit in the face?" 




SPIRITS 



Loyalty and enthusiasm keynote the 
Spirits Club. Weekly meetings result 
in a barrage of signs, and the caf- 
eteria becomes an art gallery of sorts, 
while undaunted members of the club 
strive to generate energy and unite 
spirit throughout the school. Crowded 
sports events and roaring pep assem- 
blies signify both reward and success. 



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WAI NAPOLO 

"Wai Napolo?" queries the land- 
locked observer. "Wai Not?" counters 
the avid aquatic enthusiast. Determi- 
nation to teach, to learn and to per- 
form according to high standards is 
the goal of the club; the methods of 
attaining this goal range from the 
unorthodox sink-or-swim technique 
to set patterns that emerge from clip- 
boards, bulletin boards and diving 
boards. Although the secret of its 
name remains well-kept, Wai Napolo 
announces, usually quite loudly, the 
glory of its honored membership. 




Wel Napolo Executive Board Bottom Row (L to R): Diane Fellman. flow 2: Joanne Silicic, 
Jill Battung, Barb Reed. Row 3: Ann Trommetter, Mrs. Tornstrom. 



Wai Napolo Clockwise Irani Top: Barb Reed, Lynn Bana, Lauri Gulick. Belly Grigonis, Sandy Mika, Marian Hodder, Kalhy Netschke, Laurie Je\A 
McRae, Rila Halsey, Debbre Clark, Cindy Kelly. Marilyn Ward, Nancy Reed, Char Rudiak, Mary Jo Lipovec, Jan Tollen, Judy Kozlowski, Robin 
Barb Jerele, Cindy Kershaw, Carol Dann, Kalhy Olds, Lori Abraham, Candy Scheurman, Joanne Bilicic. Sue Susel. Ann Trommeler, Barb Ben 



Jill Ballung, Judy 
ichran, Eilen Gerl. 
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Lettermen's Club Bottom Row (L to R): Sherri Grimes, Lauri Letney, Sandy Brachlow, Dale Kalamasz, Laurie Gulick, Peggy Zust, Sally 
Rogell. Row 2: Craig Zola, John Meros, Gary Ciprian, Fred Minis, Larry Watts, Wes Collins, Roger Munson, Randy Cebul. Row 3- 
Dave Brunson, Doug Keller, Tim Haase, Jack Prasek, Don Maxa, Rob Modic, Alec Wightman, Jeff Burns, Eric Lyttle. flow 4: Dave Nun- 
gesser, Don Sfiisila, Leroy Williams, Duane Doblar, Rich Schwabauer, Johnny Bell, Craig Sharon, Terry Rieder, Bob Cuevas, Al Vilchek. Row 
5: Don Lewis, Bob Smith, Mike Applequist, John Rieth, Dennis Adams, Dan Zdanowicz, Paul Nielsen, Jeff Rieder, Vic Valli. 



Ad Club Bottom Row (L to R) Shirley Coc 
Jan Subel Sally Dickheiser Carol Kwasr 
Minerovic Sandy DiNardo Debbie Uchbar 
Dorn Carol Lehman Gretchen Ulstrom 



Sue Nesbelt. Glori; 

Bonnie Bubley R 

Row 4 Glena Stillii 



Weber, Becky Mann, Marty Bartel. Row 2: 
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LETTERMEN'S 
CLUB 



Upon receipt of his varsity letter, the 
athlete automatically becomes eligible 
for membership in Lettermen's Club. 
Recognition of performance gives 
purpose to both the club and efforts 
of the individuals involved. 



AD CLUB 



No special requirements insure Ad 
Club membership, but members must 
be responsible, efficient organizers 
and salesmen. The lengthy waiting 
list for membership shows the stu- 
dents' awareness of the advantages 
of the club. Reward for hard work 
consists of free entrance to home 
games and a smorgasbord dinner at 
the end of the year. 




Sophomore Girls' Aihlelic Association Bottom Row (L to R): Linette Sobe, Pam Clapp, Denny Capretta, Joyce Miklav 
Tiderman, Pat Kaston. Sue Taddie, Sandy Shenk. Helga Dobler, Barb Losee, Barb McAuley, Marilyn Hribar, Kathy Cha 
Annette Kuchling, Joy Scheurman, Candi Callaghan. Row 2: Chris Weiss, Sue Picciano. Mary Lemmo, Lynne Jersan, 
Brocone, Donna Brod, Robin Austin, Wendy Wiskes, Charlene Rudiak, Mary Ellen Baiec. Gayle Svetin. Sue Lew; 



c, Ginny Marino, Sherrie Chant. Barb Bish. Linda 
nbers, Lynda Kovacic. Barb Thomas, Denise Rees. 
Marcia Boyce, Beth Blewitt, Frances Lazar, Cindy 
dowski, Mary Ann Jankovich. Deb Sonnie, Sher 



Coliister, Judy Stress, Sue Raggets, Linda Kobal, Trautie Grau, Janet Springer. Rovj 3. Jackie Kodra, Irene Tiborsky, Sue Knox, Geralyn Grubac, Joann Felz, Marilyn 
Winters, Maureen Bruening, Julie Sutphin, Ellen Gerl, Barb Barbato. Debbie Opalk, Judy Kozlowski, Deb Von Gunten, Mickie Mueller. Pat Kozlevcar, Chris Gaydos, 
Nancy Harper, Debbie Hudak, Kathy Fox. flow 4: Gerty Friedberg, Nancy Laufer. Judy Neuman, Chris Szabo, Ellie Staltings, Natalie Berndt, Sally Gingell. Mary Jo 
Lipovec, Marsha Phillips, Pat Paulin, Mary Holloway. Sue Drobnick, Chris Davis, Jan Goske, Wendy Mihocik. Pam Reilly, Debbie Rash, Anna Fugina, Nancy GriMo, 
Joyce McCrystal, Marlene Powalie, Row 5; Karen Hollyfield, Nancy Reed, Louise Blatecky, Sue Gordos. Michelle Aaronson, Gail Crown, Liz Kurtovich, Cheryl Gockel, 
ROyceanne Brimlow, Janet Lewis. Kathy Cowper, Pam Stearns, Eileen Hanna, Carole Fier, Marilyn Ford, Beverly Kramer, Debbie Meinke, Linda Fitzmaurice, Joanie 
Lapinskas, Cathy Madden. 




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G.A.A. Executive Board Bottom Row (L to R): Kathy Gamber, Kathy Laurich, Mary Margaret Tucci. 
Nancy Stanley, Irene Szabo, Cheryl Laser. Row 3: Lora Blatecky, Sharon Masek. 




GIRLS' ATHLETIC 
ASSOCIATION 



A large club, popular in all three 
grade levels, the Girls' Athletic As- 
sociation offers sports on an extra- 
curricular basis. Along with athletic 
affiliations, the club sponsors' a va- 
riety of social events from bake sales 
to hayrides. GAA incorporates fun into 
fitness. 



Girls' Athletic Associatior) Bottom Row (L to R): Kathy Gamber. Lora Blatecky, Donna Bass, Cindy Conley, Sue Simon, Shirley Plott. 
Naworski, Sybil Tetrick, Karen Holodniak, JoAnn DeMell, Rose Scott, Sharon Masek, Sally Yozipovich, Pam Martin. Chris Reisinger. Rom 
Jasky, Kathy Rider, Willis Ann Dreisbach. Debby Henson, Natalie llg, Nancy Jarchow, Jean Klein, Marcia Pestotnik, Karen Vahcic, Lynn 
Newman, Jean Toth, Kathy Wilber, Harriet Eglin. Row 3; Debbie Galloway, Sue Taylor, Karen Rider, Jan Gustetic, Allison Town, Karen C 
RuLska, Barbara Ames, Madeline Dauid, Barbara Olosky, Katie Shaughnessy, Ellen Davis, Jan Mahusky, Vivian Sobole 



Maaswinkel, Rose Klancar, Diane Dunbar, Cindy Anderson, Gayle Kramar, Kathy Laurich, Mary-Margaret Tucci, Debbie Tinker 
Leppert, Karen Calabrese, Gale Richardson, Cheryl Laser, Helen Dougherty, Karen Match, Sue Sivik. 



Aitcin-Briano, Monica 
Pam Mahaney, Arlene 
ks, Karen Wade. Andy 
Donna Sweet, Debbie 
Lesiak. Row 4: Laura 



Candy Obreza, Cindy Paparizos, JoAnn 





Future Business Leaders of America Bottom Row (L to R) Annemarie Sherwood, Karen Bohn, Mary Lou Stahre, Liz Kurtovich, 
Margie Fennell, Sue Kapudia, Shirley Gnffis Row 2 Barb Jerele, Joan Hocevar, Donna Bass, Pat Primoznik, Diane Sluga, Lynn Leotta. 
Sue Starzynski flow 3 Debbie Stocker, Sue Boeder, Bernice O'Connell, Mickey Gartroza Debbie Merritt, Anita Brommer, Jan Lewis. 
Row 4: Connie Lytie, Carol Lesiak, Maureen Heid, Regina Smith, Marilyn Siders, Debbie Carduooi, Debbie Haverlock. 



Cooperative Office Education Bottom Row (L to R): Charlene Joyce, Linda Pawlak Carole Fierie, Sharon Koeth, Margie Costello, Sandy Valenti, Beth Andrew. Andrea 
Cable, Sandy Vrh. Row 2: Lorry Umek, Donna Plickert, Bonnie Champa, Shirley Znidarsic, Linda Pozun, Judy Capiccioni. Janet Miscavish, Ginny Lenarcic, Kathy 
Kadlec, Rose Kostelac. Row 3: Ruth VonSick, Terry Cerne, Karen Karberg, Lil Strekal, Linda Beechuk, Kathie Tanner, Linda Grain. 




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F.B.L.A. works overtime in preparing for its annual Christmas party. 



Distributive Education Club o/ Ameica Bottom Row (L to R): Pat Walter. John Sirnik, Joanne Zupancic, 
Anita Karp. Cathy Vincent. Row 2: Gloria Nalepa. Frank Barresi, Sue Amoroso, Paula Klein, Penny Miller, 
Jim Powalie. Row 3: Mike Stockton, Dan Roeder, Pat Turner, Ken Skedel, Don Ziegler. Row 4: Mike Sikora, 
Bill Bessire, Ron Menart, Don Rakas, Ray Machi, Mr. Sibert. 




F.B.L.A 



For students planning a career in 
business, Future Business Leaders of 
America provides the background for 
future success. Activities center 
around aspects of business apart from 
experience available in class. Social 
activities offer diversion and unity to 
the club, but practical experience re- 
mains its chief objective. 



C.O.E. 



Although an organized program for 
over twenty-five years, Cooperative 
Office Education came to Euclid only 
this year. Open to seniors who have 
taken business courses, it gives the 
student office experience by helping 
him obtain jobs with local companies. 
Limited to twenty-five students 
screened by grades, vocation and 
school record, O E attempts to 
choose those students best qualified 
to adjust to a number of available 
jobs. During the year, their work is 
periodically evaluated and graded as 
a' part of their business course. 



D.E.C.A. 



Part of a national organization, the 
Distributive Education Club of Ameri- 
ca operates to attract students to 
careers in sales and distribution. 
Developing future leaders, DEC A 
trains students and builds a workable 
relationship between employer and 
employee. Members leave equipped 
with knowledge concerning all phases 
of management and marketing. 



FUTURE 
NURSES CLUB 



Created as & service, Future Nurses 
Club fills that requirement in many 
ways. Speakers and frequent activities 
in connection with Euclid Glenville 
Hospital acquaint members with the 
various areas of the nursing pro- 
fession. Service to the community 
results, as FNC members act as hos- 
pital aides, benefiting both themselves 
and others. 




Future Nurses Club Bottom Row (L to R). Kalhy Luidahl, Barb Cragle, Karen Hollyfield. Diane Catanese, Jackie 
Hulewicz, Kathy Moore, Joy Scheurman, Barb Losee. flow 2. Mary Lemmo. Marlene Pacic, Shelly Tarantino, 
Pam Cooney. Peggy Vollman, Jeannette Trout. Joan Lewandowski. Mary Lou Cater, Row 3: Catherine Tabb, 
Sue Mila\ec, Vicki Mramor, Alvera Vargo, Julia Sutphin, Maureen Bruening. Harriet Eglin, Donna Haugh. Row 4: 
Mary Jo Klocker, Laurie Sickler, Cheryl Brown, Janis Essex, Cathy Moore. Bernice Matulis, Penny Morse, Sandy 
Penca, Gayle Kehres. 



Sfci Club Bottom Row (L to R): John Collura. Dennis Golan. Craig Johnson. Jaclc Sullivan. J 
Korzenowski, Gary Newman. Bill Rice, Tom Kelley. Guy Mclntyre, Wayne Ceiinich. Row 2: I 
Munson. Tim Lawler. Dave Nungesser, Don Lewis, Bill Breznay, Tim Neidermeyer, John Big 
Deegan, Jane Decatur, Sandy Mika, Laurie Jewett, Karen Kiro. Barb Nawor, Bonnie Bubley, 
meter. Sue Weinke, Marilyn Ward, Pat Zupanc, Barb Thomas, Jill Damberger, Kathy Hersr 
burg, Laurie Kozar, Claudia Orehek, Joan Palgula, Sue Larick, Sue Latch, Karen Holodnia 
Debley, Barb Paganie, John Margheret fioiv 5, Roycanne Brimio, Sally Gingel, Sandy Haml 
Laura Forsythe. Debbie Cherry, Allison Town, Monica Naworski, Bev Krall, Barb Sterling, 
Row 6. Janet Lewis, Debbie Palgula. Pat Paulin, Gayle Crown, Chris Davis, Kathy Luidahl, 
Eileen Henna, Ellen Gerl, Pat Primoznik, Peg Ballard, Chris Gaydos, Carolyn Farkas. KatK 



m Bock, Doug Knaus, Vic Valli. Rich Miller. Don Nevar, Pat O'Connell. Rich 
iob Vernor, Terry Karda, Dave Templeton. Craig Zola, Leigh Thomas, Roger 
ssingame, Fred Grupe, Chris Reece, George Ruszin. Al Horvath. Row 3: Robin 
Wendy Michocik, Janis Goske, Mary Holloway. Sue Drobnick, Alison Trom- 
Row 4: Denise Capretta, Linda Tiderman, Karen Hollyfield, Gertrude Freed- 
;, Darlene Euretig, Debbie Clark, Barb Webb, Jean Bray, Marylin Milavec. Jan 
n, Nancy Grillo, Sharon Masek, Sue Larich. Rosemary Scott, Lynn Tober. 
Linda Toth, Judy McRae, Sue Dritz, Karen Match, Pam Martin, Sue Sivic. 
Geralyn Grubac, Irene Taborsky, Sue Knox, Jams Totten. Judy Kozlowski, 
JoAnn Leppert, Kathy Netschke, Cattiy Bruening, 



Kan 



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Martir 



Agie Skully. Kathy Laurich, Gayle Kramer. Gwen Rupert, 





T for two. 



"I'll show him — I'll buckle them myself!' 




SKI CLUB 



"Pray for Snow" buttons exhibited in 
the middle of summer indicate the 
true sl<i enthusiasts. Adventurous 
sorts who are willing to risk limbs 
represent the second faction. These, 
however, become indiscernible as 
snow falls and interest grows. 



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CHESS CLUB 



Entering a world of rooks, pawns, 
kings and bishops, the chess player 
plans his attack. He hopes to some- 
where find the elusive checkmate 
before his unsuspecting opposition. 
Enthusiasts engage in a game that 
challenges the brain rather than the 
brawn; they enjoy sport that offers 
competition on a more aesthetic level. 
The chess man practices his game in 
all seasons. 




Chess Club Bottom Row (L lo R): Russ Fenster, Dave Virginia, Al Goldstayn. flow 2; Peter 
Shilander, Jerry Click, flow 3, John Peiro, Jim Nosse, Greg Huddlestone. Joe Krnc, Row 4: 
Bill Shriver, Gary Krall, Gary Kopec, Mike Applequist. 



CAMERA CLUB 



Enthusiastic amateur photographers seek em- 
pathy in the Camera Club. These photographers 
continually strive to blend verve and imagination 
with technical perfection. For eligibility, each 
must submit a picture indicating skill in technique 
and handling. Members share personal methods 
and advice, the club's greatest values. 



Camera Club Bottom flon 
Dave Lawrence. Row 3: Tc 
Petro, Bill Brigden. 



(L to R): Gloria Regalbuto, Dave Vir 
n Collura. Daryl McGill. Robert Murry. 




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PINK PANTHERS 



The Pink Panther Sewing Club repairs 
the uniforms of Euclid's football 
Panthers. Newly formed, the club per- 
forms various sewing services for the 
school and the community. 



SCIENCE 
SEMINAR 



Complexities of modern science defy 
coverage of the vast amount of topics. 
Science Seminar attempts to fill the 
void of uncovered topics by exposing 
interested students to the ideas of 
various scientists of neighboring col- 
leges and industries. Their lectures 
introduce practical applications of 
modern science. 



Pink Panthers Bottom Row (L to R): Debby Denney, Vice President; Carol Willert, President; Brenda Shipley, 
Treasurer. Row Pat Faiken, Jacl<ie Hulewicz, Shirley Chisholm, Diane Cantanese, Georgetta Kaparic. 
Row 3: Le Ann Medivic, Karen Michalski, Mickey Gartroza, Diane Dragolich, 



Science Seminar Bottom Row (L to R>: Russ Fenster, George Prokopovich, Nick Capretia, Al Goldstayn, Waltrout Grau, Lori Rugle, Machiko Tokunaga, 
Ann Helmuth. Pat Gibbons. Row 2: Lisa Bailey, Marilyn Ward, Seth Chazanotf, Bob Moskowitz, Tom Collura, Jim Shilander, Dennis McBride. Row S.- 
Terry Karda. Dave Templeton, Jim Hinde. Lee Peters, Dan Gerbetz, Bill Shaffer, Bill Bieznay, liflike Laughim, Joan Sensing. Kim Somers. flow 4: Al 
DiBiasio, Dale Pekrul, George Karlan, Dale Fanney, Bob Sweet, Ed Walters, Tim Kerzisnik, Bill Huffman, Mike Debevec. Row 5; John McKee, Mike 
Applequist, Pat Soltis, Gary Kopec, Bill Brigden, Rich Tuckerman, Tim Neidermeyer, Doug Knaus, Ron Tuckerman, Jim Koch. 





Movie Club Bottom Row (L to R): Debby Burrows, Donna Libman, Diane Catanese, Sherri Hagberg, Jackie Hulewicz, Kathy Gamber. Gary Gallagher, 
Bruce Deister. Row 2: Don Mannarino, Cindy Grimsic, Terri 3rown. Meltnda Baldini, Ella Kolar, Jacquie Oker, Sandy Gonakis. Row 3: David Vir- 
ginia, Greg Mann, Gary Steinfurth, David Haller, Robert Murry, John Haney, Carl Susman. Row 4: Donald Rinkes, Rich Moore, Bob Schaur, Craig 
Pavlik, Tom Schmenk, Ed Barrett, John Petro, Jim Crosson. 



MOVIE CLUB 



flow 2: Mr. Staines 



Maintenance of the audio visual de- 
partment rests in the hands of the 
IViovie Club. Projecting the daily noon 
movies, members also deliver equip- 
ment to classrooms. Service, contri- 
bution and entertainment keynote 
Euclid's Movie Club. 



P.A. CLUB 



Due to the recent construction which 
silenced the public address system, 
and the elimination of morning an- 
nouncements, PA Club duties have 
dwindled. Installing microphones and 
other equipment at assemblies and 
special programs speaks only par- 
tially for the value of this service 
organization. 





FOREMEN'S CLUB 



Responsibility marks the students in Foremen's 
Club. Skilled and knowledgeable in the operation 
of machinery, the foreman aids both instructor 
and student; he supervises student safety pre- 
cautions and enforces correct mechanical pro- 
cedures. Well-trained and conscientious, he gains 
valuable practical experience. 



RADIO CLUB 



Foremen's Club 
Nippress. flow 3; 
Dave Aites, 



Bottom Row (L to R): Rich Mayfield, Jay Click. Row 2: Al Misnewski, Ray 
Stan Peklay, Bob Vunderink. Row 4: Lee Staskunas, Tom Maresco. flow 5; 



Using call letters WA8ZGE, the newly formed 
Radio Club promises its members communication 
with the rest of the United States and beyond. 
Pooling resources and capabilities, the "hams" 
construct working radio equipment from idle 
transmitters and tangled wire. Radio Club helps 
new members pass an exam, which licenses them 
to contact stations around the world. 



flad/o C\ub Bottom Row (L to R): Mr. Reno, Dennis McBride, President; Gary Jones, George Braidicti, Bob Moskowitz, Al Goldstayn, Jim Shilander. 
Burns. Row 2: Roland Steinmetz, Eric Snyder, Vice President: Jim Kaim, Ed Barrett, Scott Boettcher, Lee Jalovec, Gary Kopec. Secretary; Lee Peters. 



Treasurer; Cliff 




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STUDENT STORE 



Euclid's Student Store boasts of a 
selection of items ranging from nose 
plugs to birthday cards, not to men- 
tion its vast variety of cough drops. 
Always crowded, the Student Store 
enjoys a large business by fulfilling 
the students' needs and providing 
good service. 




student Supply Store StaM Bottom Row (L to R): Frank Kren, Sharon Kelly, Janey Shields. Toni DiSanto. 
Row 2: Janet Wayner, Joyce Wayner, Elda Aitcin-Briano. Bob Lees, Machiko Tokunaga. Row 3: Vic Markovich. 
Monica Naworski. Manager; Cathy Foster, Debbie Berndt, Mary Jo Udovtc. Row 4: Tom Cooke, Ron Barbish, 
Greg Lawrence, Al Edelman, Bill Fagan. 



Folk Club Bottom Row (L to R>: Mary Hrdlica, Betty Grigonis, Judi 
Stress Pat Kaston Jan Bradshaw, Karen Shook, Rose Kimosh, 
Beth Zonneville Vmce Gregorie, Peg Ballard. Pat Primoznik, 
Secretary Dale Pekrul Jane Jaquays, John Margheret, Gary Taylor, 
Vice-President Row 2 Patti Pinta, Beverly Kleber, Judy Ullstrom, 
Stu Irvine Debbie Hornsby Mike Kickle, Scott Proctor. Mike 




"What do you mean you don't like that song?" 



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YOUTH POWER 

Sponsored by the food industry and 
instituted by Euclid's interested nu- 
tritionist, Youtiipower initiates today's 
enthusiastic youth into the field of 
nutritional management. The club 
merges the scientific aspects of the 
many food-related careers. 



Youth Power Bottom Row (L to R): Paiti Skrjanc, Liberty Leigh, Laurie Young, flow 2: Lenore Wallace, Debby 
Brass. Paula Ugrnic, Maureen Ray. 



Regan, Treasurer; Bob Murry, Carl Rosenberger, Sandy Forker, Gwenn 
Rupert, Kattiy Turner, President; Sandi Apple, Mimi Honeycutt. Row 3: 
Nancy Vurancti, Janet Wayner, Jotin Robinson, Pat Doherty, Al Sctiei- 
mann, l^ike Harris. Al DiBiasio, Jane Bucknot, Diane Lupo, Sue Picciano, 
Stierri Chant, Heidi Nitsch, Cindy Wutchiett. Row 4: Jeff Bish, Marilyn 
Bauer, Pat Skeya, Pam Picozzi, Pat Winkler, Brenda Payer, Ellie Stallings, 
Eileen Hanna, Bob Wilson. Not Pictured: Geri Adamich. 




FOLK CLUB 

At Folk Club meetings, members may sit on 
desks, sprawl on the floor or perch on stools with 
guitars that have been carried to school and 
fitted precariously into lockers. Diverse in pre- 
ferred postures, the group occasionally divides 
into folk and rock factions, but the two gladly 
join to arrange for a guest singer or to exchange 
songs. The informality and lack of any musical 
requirement have aided the Folk Club's continued 
growth. 



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WORLD AFFAIRS 

World Affairs Club projects the microcosm 
of the student into international affairs. Con- 
troversial discussions and guided analyses 
stimulate a clearer understanding of foreign 
countries and lead the student to valid 
personal conclusions. 




World Affairs Club Bottom Row (L to R): Barb Nash, Donna Smink, ^oan Henderson, Jan Harvan 
Row 2; Joanne Bilicic, Don Hiruo, Bill Schmidt, Laura Maaswinkel, Betty Keeler. 



EUCUYO 



"Sing, Heavenly Muse ... I thence 
invoke thy aid to my adventurous 
song." Thus laments the poet as he 
aspires to create a work of literary 
achievement. It also echoes the cry 
of the Eucuyo editor as he pleads 
with his staff to encourage among 
the student literary cult a greater and 
larger variety of material to create a 
kaleidescope of words, music and art. 



Eucuyo Bottom Row (L io R): Sue Obreza, Line 
Hepp. Row 2 Ann Helmulh. Kathy Dereska. [ 
flow 3: Deedee Frak, Sue Morris, Barb Nawor, 
Rich Tuckerman, George Karlan, Wes Collins, 



, Linda Klein. Mary Honeycutt, Jan 
lan. Betty Keeler. Joan Hendersor 
insky, Geri Ada 
ehan. Barb Pair 



Bucknot, Debbie 
Nancy Amactier. 
ow 4 Pat Soltis, 




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Relations Bottom flow (L to R): Mr. Harding. Row 2: 
Hie, Kathy Randall, Rita Walerwash, Sue Obreza. Ann 
1, Jay Cost, Vince Gregoric, Da 



eth. Tom Collura. 



tional Forensic League Bottom Row (L to R): Pat Kaston. Carolyn Madeja, Betty Grigonis 
rcia Wallace, flow 2: Setti Ctiazanoff, Debbie Berndt, Becky Otcasek, Leslie Stratton 
w 3: Sue Seeder, Sherrie Grimes, Karen Katona, Lynne Climo. Row 4: Mike Debevec, Bit 
■iver, Gary Botts, Dave Reintiardt. 




HUMAN RELATIONS 

Ignorance of others' problems often causes a 
misunderstanding of their actions when attempt- 
ing to solve basic needs. A man's background, 
race and nationality label and set him apart from 
the rest of society. Human Relations attempts to 
break down the walls of prejudice by showing 
the psychological conditions of others. It illus- 
trates, through films, the reasons for their actions 
and that all people have the same motivations. 
Armed with knowledge, students learn compre- 
hension, tolerance and understanding. 



NATIONAL FORENSIC 
LEAGUE 

Its variety of categories allows individual 
members of the National Forensic League to 
specialize. Dramatic Declamation, Extemporane- 
ous Speaking and Debate all necessitate diligent 
research and practice. Saturday morning turns 
from a time of rest to one of competition, leading 
hopeful members to personal and team victories. 



VOICE OF ART 

Voice of Art offers opportunity for 
freedom of artistic expression. This 
neophite club produces incentive 
througli an annual art show, and 
rewards the completed masterpiece, 
generated from an original idea. 




Vo/ce 0/ Art Bottom Row (L to R) Pat Volota. Mary Melgun, Sue Raggets. 
Nancy Tianello, Adrrenne Wells, Sharon Wolf. Nancy Yuranch. Row 3: Sue Kaple 



Joy Gliha, Denise Gressley. Not Pictured: Ge 



Penharth, Leslie Robii 



John Margheret. 



STAGE CREW 



Crosson, George Karlan, Melinda 



Stage Crew counts among its main sl<ills the 
technical handling of sets and the ability to 
produce special effects. Although rarely seen, 
its members would be sorely missed at assem- 
blies, concerts and plays. The long evening work 
sessions evidence success on the night of a 
production. 




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SPECTRUM 



Rather than dedication to a service, 
Spectrum seel<s only appreciation of 
the arts. Tickets to movies, plays and 
performances separate to bring into 
view the total spectrum of the modern 
art forms the club investigates. 



Mr. Ganim at times finds his crew hard to please. 



Spectrum Bottom Row (L to Ft): Carolyn Farkas, Debbie Hepp, Barb Thomas, 
Debbie Naderer, Arlene Floria, Belh Zonneville, Willis Dreisbach, Pam Mahan 
Barb Nawor, Jean Bray, Debbie Henson, Natalie llg, Jane Decatur, Maryann 
Marilyn Haynes, Karen Kiro, Sandy Crawford, Cindy Sak, Karen Shook, Joan 
Naworski, Sue Simon, John Margheret. Row 4: Marlene Thweatt, Bonnie Newtoi 
Bucknot, Leeann Medevic, Debbie Cherry, Kathy Laurich, Clara Hille, Kathy He 
Peterson, Cathy Madden, Barb Palmer, Joyce Siat, Jenny Aultz, Jan Bradshaw, 
Cathy Foster, Shirley Plott, Al Horvath. 



Jill Damberger, Paula Calabro, Mimi Honeycutt, Linda Reed, Barb Nash, 
I. Peggy Ballard, flow 2. Lynn Climo, Lynn Reed, Lynn Hall, Sue Latch, 
Melgun, Kathy Hersh, Lmda Hyle. Pat Primoznik. flow 3 Robin Deegan, 
=aiquta, Laurie Kozar, Claudia Orehek, Jan Debly. Marilyn Melanec. Monica 
I, Joan Lewandowski, Laurel Warnke, Betty Keeler, Joan Henderson, Jane 
rvat, Cindy Kelly, Wayne Cetinich. flow 5. Geri Adamich, Sue Lavrich, Chris 
Jane Jaquays, Barb Dongress, Sue Jokela, Marian Zajc, Laura Forsythe, 





Sue Sterlekar, Head Majorette. Luci Stucki, Head Majorette. 



"Yeah, that's good. That's real good.' 



Maioretles (L to R): C. B. Tannehill, Nancy Williams, Carol Murphy, Arlene Lach, Sue Sterlekar (lop), Luci Stucki (bottom), Cathy Lutz, Cindy Kershaw, 
Karen Lobas, Irene Bacon. 




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Majorette Substitutes (L to R): Karen Silsby, Gloria DeMario, Bonnie Newton, Gail Theus. Nancy Kudunc. Peggy Lovick. 



"And after the dance 



MAJORETTES 




What are majorettes made of? The person in the 
stands views them as effortlessly putting on a 
good performance, while to a band member, they 
may be the girls who come in slacks and rollers 
to practice each morning. But more than all this, 
the work of a majorette represents long hours of 
learning various skills and mastering them to 
perfection. What are majorettes made of? Not 
only batons and pompons, but kicks, twirls and 
a lot of hard work. 



BAND 



Weekly perfection of six marching 
formations and a number of musical 
selections demand hours of practice 
from Euclid's band members. Com- 
petition between the ranks eases the 
drudgery of learning different half- 
time shows. Concert season witnesses 
formation of Concert Band, the ex- 
perienced musicians, and Cadet Band, 
those players needing additional in- 
struction. The ultimate test, perform- 
ance, challenges the ability of every 
student pursuing that goal. 




Band Sergeants (L lo R): Vic Markovich, Steve Soloky, Jim Knight. 



"Can't •.'.- D'"CH up'" 



Percussive precision. 




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CONCERT BAND 



A band member's ticket to fame! 



FLUTE: 

Marilyn Bauer 
Suzanne Delsanter 
MaryJean DeTomaso 
Harriet Eglin 
Leslie Kalan 
Carole Neumeyer 
Gale Richardson 
Elaine Sabo 

OBOE: 

Janice Birr 
Barb Butt 

CLARINET: 

Dale Anderson 
Marty Bartel 
Dave Bucknot 
Dean Coolidge 
Pam Cooney 
Jane Decatur 
Mary Dienes 
Rosemary Gasper 
Jim Kershaw 
Barbara Losee 
Vic Markovich 
Phil Morlock 
Dave Onions 
Dave Rebeck 
Barb Thomas 
Donna Yeray 
Marian Zajc 

ALTO CLARINET: 

Darryl McGill 

BASS CLARINET: 

Wes Collins 
Jim Knight 
Jeff McKee 
Mary-Margaret Tucci 

BASSOON: 

Maggi Carlson 
Rob Modic 
Shelley Tarantino 

ALTO SAXOPHONE: 

Cindy Anderson 
Frank Doblekar 
Nancy Gubanc 
Jim Tolar 



TENOR SAXOPHONE: 

David Virginia 

BARITONE 
SAXOPHONE: 

Louis Chos 

STRING BASS 

Rick Baranowski 

CORNET: 

Michael Balale 
Derrell Capes 
Bill Christensen 
Duane Doblar 
Paul Drotleff 
Ron Lyman 
Dennis McBride 
Kevin Oliveri 
Rick Punzar 
Les Sherman 
Wayne Streble 

FRENCH HORN: 

Steve Hoedt 
Judy Neuman 
Marilyn Ward 
Richard Wittenmeyer 
Wayne Zachary 

TROMBONE: 

Jim Hinde 
Bill Ostrander 
Leroy Williams 
Frank Yoder 

BARITONE: 

Tim Cheadle 
Jack McKee 
Mike Sikora 
John Tolar 

TUBA: 

Skip Garth 
J. P. Horna 
Steve Soloky 
Tom Taylor 

PERCUSSION: 

Jay Benedict 
Luane Morgan 
Michael Mueller 
Mark Potocnik 
John Tomino 






ORCHESTRA 



ORCHESTRA 

Playing in Euclid's orchestra cul- 
minates years of practice and deter- 
mination to excel at a specialized in- 
strument. Mistakes are not masked 
by the blare of similar supporting 
instruments; notes must harmonize 
perfectly. Success finally recognizes 
efforts with the attainment of a sym- 
phony sound. 



FLUTES: 

Carole Fierle 
Leslie Kalan 
Carole Neumeyer 

CLARINET: 

Marty Bartel 
Jane Bucknot 
Pam Cooney 
John Laszcz 
Vic Markovlch 
Donna Mae Yeray 

BASS CLARINET: 

Jim Knight 

OBOE: 

Dave Rebeck 

BASSON: 

Cheryl Crawford 
Bruce Stout 

CORNET: 

Dennis McBride 

HORN: 

Fred Arnold 
Richard Wittenmeyer 
Wayne Zachary 

TRUMPET: 

Paul Kobilsek 
Joe Laszcz 
Ron Lyman 

TROMBONE: 

Leroy Williams 
Frank Yoder 



VIOLA: 

Joan Henderson 
Alice Kreit 
Mary Macke 
Sue Taddie 

VIOLIN: 

Sue Arnold 
Lisa Bailey 
Janice Birr 
Bryan Dadlow 
Sarah Goslee 
Brian Macke 
Carolyn Newness 
Pat Thompson 
Nancy Tianello 
Pamela Volata 

CELLO: 

Rick Kehres 

PERCUSSION: 

Michael Mueller 
John Tomino 
Terry Tryon 

BASS: 

Rich Baranowski 
John Ofciarcik 

SAXOPHONE: 

Leiand McBride 

TENOR SAXOPHONE: 

Dave Virginia 

PIANO: 

Kris Will 



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CADET BAND 



FLUTE: 


ALTO 


Patty Breed 
Allison Brown 


SAXOPHONE: 


James Arko 


Carol Dann 


Robert Helm 


Darlene Franks 


Janice Hocevar 


Chris Gaydos 


Clifford Keyes 


Mary Holloway 




Sharon Masek 


TENOR 


Kathy Randall 
Andrea Simon 


SAXOPHONE: 




Randy Snyder 


OBOE: 


CORNET: 


Vicki Fesfini 


Keith Barrett 


Pat Kaston 


Bob Civic 




Lennis Gracie 




Frank Houser 


CLARINET: 


Rich Komara 




Mark Palmer 


Cliff Burns 


Rich Pereksta 


Sue Drobnick 


Jim Stiscak 


Lana Drummer 


Leroy Wells 


Carolyn Farkas 




Cheryl Glubish 


BARITONE: 


Gary Jones 
Annette Kuchling 
Charlene Reya 
Joy Scheurman 


Edward Barrett 
David Cooney 
Roland Pischinger 


Kathy Tancredi 
John Tanko 


TUBA: 




David March 


BASS CLARINET: 


STRING BASS 


Ralph Gibson 


Kris Will 


Mike Mitch 




Robert Wilson 


PERCUSSION: 




Pat Foy 


BASSON: 


Al Mack 




Ken Sadar 


Cheryl Crawford 


John Tomino 



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"Have I told you recently how sharp you are?" 







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CHORAL MASTERS 

With daily practice and constant 
reminders to breathe from the dia- 
phragm, the ninety-six voices of the 
Choral Masters swell into one. Each 
member plays his integral part in 
capturing the mastered sound. A tune 
harmonizes more than simple notes; 
feeling and enthusiasm share an 
equal role. Songs fuse emotions which 
ignite Masters', dynamic sound. 




,te' 4 



Denny Mayock lays an egg at the annual Christmas concert. 



Choral Masters Bottom Row (L to R): C. B. Tannehill, Sandy Crawford, Marty Wilder, Nancy Gere, Annmarie Sherwood, Becky Otcasek, Darlene Euretig, Nancy Williams, 
Jenny Aullz, Sharon Allen, Sue Sarama. Gayle Kehres. Becky Mann, Cheryl Keyes, Wilis, Ann Dreisbach, Lynda Buchholz, Skye Hurlburt. Row 2: Maria Mistretta. Anne 
Morley, Shirely Cook, Karen Silsby, Diane Moals, Steve Pred, Kurt Stanic, Mike Roberts, Wilfred Tabb, Jeff Lick, Chris Cameron, Gerry Nielsen, Kathy Braddock, Barbara 
Tayloi, Karen Braddock. Jean Acks, Carolyn Rideoul Row 3: Lauri Ann Hanak, Arlene Jasky, Glena Stillinger, Frank Camloh, Rick Korzeniowski, Patrick Chabal, Craig 
Zola, George Ruszin, Guy Mclntyre, Peggy Lovick, Palt Ellison, Cheri Kitko, Diane Fink, Debbie Galloway Row 4: Hellen Dougherly, Lenore Buchholz, Cindy Kelly. Cheryl 
Laser. Mike Harris. Dennis Mayock. Don Volanle. Dave Lewis, Joe Vidulich, Jeff Fagan, Joe Morabito, Dennis DeViney. Jim Stoch. Loren Brumbaugh. Carol Hitchcock. 
Marty Schwenke, Linda Tucci, Karen Icke. flow 5. Donna Burris, Joan Kadow, Mark Sabula, Jeff Rieder, Terry Rieder, Kendall Stauffer, Don Gant, George Gast, Rick 
Brown, Joe Ciomek, Ray Clancy, Steve Phelan, Tom Cooper, Rick Tavenier, David Reinhardt, Joe Parisi, Bob Smith, Barbi Benson, Rita Zelinsky, Joanne Bilicic. Peg Brigden. 





Row 1 (L to R): Dave Lawrence. Not pictured: Varsity Chorale. 



VARSITY CHORALE 

With one year of experiment and experience 
behind it, Varsity Chorale choruses its effective- 
ness and versatility. Individual effort crescendoes 
to group accomplishment as its members strive 
to achieve blend and precision. Blue blazers 
combined with twenty-one dedicated students 
produce a sight and sound of excellence. 



Varsity Chorale Bottom Row (L to R): Kathy Federico. Jane Jaquays, Chuck Koelling, Lynne Sana. Jill Damberger. flow 2: Marty Eble, Bob 
Taylor, John Francis, Tim Lawler. flow 3: Laurel Warnke, Roger Munson, Dean Bammerlin, Doug Duncan, Dennis Lavorgna, Judy Johnson. Row 4: 
Carol Emmert, Barb Reed, Paul Nielsen, Shay Krejci, Leslie Stratton. Not Pictured: Dave Lawrence. 





Girls' Concert Choir Seated: Gwenn Rupert. Bottom Row (L to R): Jessica Burrows, Karen Hilbish, Debbi Hendershot, Bev Anne Winner, Mary Kay 
Zovack, Jo Ann Fross, Gertrude Friedberg. Janet Springer, Stierrie Ctiant. Kathy Moats, Marcia Season, Saliy Jost. Maria Pirovolos, Debbie Fatur. 
Mictielle McMullen, Laurie Griflilli. Row 2 Pamela Roberts, Geralyn Grubac, Kattiy Liudatil, Sally Gingell. Roberta Theil, Irene Tiborsky. Karen Holly- 
lield. Sue Knox, Sue Lewandowski, Lori Lane, Candi Callaghan, Lori Vollman, Lyn Baldassarre, Connie lyiarten, Evelyn Nielsen. Emily Hanak, Denise 
Bees. Barb McAuley, Carol Bures, Kattiy Grossman, Mary Lou Zabjek, Peggy Wetirle Row 3 Caltiy Tabb, Joann Sadler. Pam Clapp, Sue Picciano. 
Linda Plavcan, Lynne Jersan, Marilyn Hribar, Donna Sajewski, Julie Sutptiin, Marina Thompson, Karen Kiro, Carol Ferlito. Kathy Meighan, Sherry 
Hrabak, Grace McCreight, Terri Johnson, Linda Gorjup, Kathie Kever, Frances Lazar, Ellen Gerl, Gayle Svetin, Robin Austin. Carol Almgren Row 4: 
Star Painter, Judy Sustarsic, Beu English, Nancy Reed, Maureen Bruening, Char fiudiak. Janet Wayner, Joyce Wayner, Liz Kurtovich, Cheryl Gockel, 
Mary Ann Jankovich, Sandy Nurmi, Debbie Berndt, Terry Burkholder, Diane Lupo, Barbara Campana, Kathy Chambers. Marlene Marko, Judi Stress, 
Charmaine Smith. Carol Phillippe, Barb Blank. Row 5: Cathy Madden, Diane Nemeth, Diane Baron, Pam Stearns, Pam Reilly, Gayle Crown, Debbie 
Hudak. Linda Kobal, Barb Cigoy. Joan Sensing, Sue Lulfler, Pennie Morse. Connie Orebaugh. Marilyn Winters, Suzanne Sabo, Ellie Stallings, Eileen 
Hanna, Ev Oliverio, Jan Jurcak, Sue Speck, Robin Cochran, Judy Kozlowski, Gay Jerome, Joan Lewis, 



CHOIRS 



Profile in music. 



The Girls' Concert and Cadet Choirs 
introduce Euclid's vocal program. 
Enthusiastic direction smooths out a 
wide range of abilities during the 
important practice sessions. Hard 
work prepares the choir novitiate for 
ascent to another scale of chorus. 




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"I thought she wanted to clean her glasses! 



Raising their voices in rousing chorus 



Mixed Choii Bottom Row (L lo R)- Diana Pietro, Linda Dieckmann, Maria Plywacki, Jean Lokar, Cindy Paparizos, Bob Cater. Greg Lawrence, 
Steve Williannson. Marc Hauerlock, Gary Gallagher, Barb Walland, Kathy Rider, Jan Debly, Paula Gulick. Row 2: Donna Sweet, Natalie llg, 
Michele Maran, Angle Robers, George Mclntyre, Scott Kre|ci, Bob Bohinc, Garry Dremel. Judi Lustig, Nancy Kodunc, Nancy Jarchow. Lynn 
Kotnik, Sue Fike. Row 3: Donna Kostelnik, Betty Keeler, Debby Tinker, Karen Rider, Barb Comport, Donna Murptiy. Jayne IVIiller, Rich 
Miller, Norm McLeod. Jesse Hamilton, Jim Sheppard, Dennis Straub, Ranee lafelice. Kathy Horvat. Joyce Hafler, Sue Simon, Cynthia Conley. 
Row 4: Karen Frank, Lynne Climo, Sara Nantz, Gail Theus, Pam Bosco, Regina Smith, Biuce Trojanowski, Mark Rotar, John Blassingame, 
Forrest Ross, Wes Collins, Lee Peters, Gary Lustic, Doug DeViney, Julie Sajewski, Marian Hodder, Linda Tober, Linda McLaughlin Row 5- 
Pat Winkler, Ellen Pestak, Pam Newman, Marylin Siders, Bob Bennett, John de Langis, Tom Dolter. Bruce Taylor, David Demojzes, Randy 
Sharon, Tim Larkin, Dean Pasquale, Jean Klein, Cindy Kershaw, Marilyn Haynes. Susan Lewis. 




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CAST: NEVER TOO LATE 

JIM KIMBROUGH William Brown 

POLICEMAN Wayne Smith 

CARPENTER Granville Smith 

MAYOR CRANE Leonard Robuck 

MRS. EDITH LAMBERT Marilyn Lucas 

HARRY LAMBERT Howard Reminick 

KATE Marsha Routzahn 

GRACE KIMBOUGH Judith Garmody 

CHARLIE Ronald Harding 




PLAYS 



A faculty cast, a bathtub and a toilet 
bowl on stage constituted only a small 
part of the fall play, Never Too Late. 
Adding play rehearsals to an already 
busy schedule, teachers worked to 
perfect and present it. Students com- 
posed much of the audience, and 
early skepticism soon vanished as 
they responded to a comedy not 
likely to be surpassed in content or 
presentation. Death Takes a Holiday, 
the winter play, represented a con- 
trast to the fall comedy. It combined 
subtle humor and serious drama with 
an excellent performance, to reveal 
"Death" in search of the secret of 
man's fear of him. Spellbound 
audiences watched him fulfill his 
quest and find a love that stretched 
beyond the schism in life called 
"Death." 



"I'm going to have a baby!" 
Well, it sure isn't Charlie's Aunt! 




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"Is this grandma's house?" 

"It's enough to give me gray hair!' 




'This is another fine mess you've got me into, Stanley! 



CAST: DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY 

CORA Sue Taddie 

FEDELE Bill Grant 

DUKE LAMBERT Steve Phelan 

ALDA Leslie Stratton 

DUCKESS STEPHANIE Pam Bosco 

PRINCESS OF SAN LUCA .... Geri Adamich 

BARON CESAREA Dave Reinhardt 

RHODA FENTON Debby Tinker 

ERIC FENTON Doug Duncan 

CORRADO Roger Munson 

GRAZIA Betty Grigonis 

HIS SERENE HIGHNESS, PRINCE SIRKI, 
OF VITALBA ALEXANDRI . . . George Karlan 
MAJOR WHITEHEAD Wayne Zachary 



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Junior Inductees Bottom Row (L to R): Bill Brigden, Joe Parisi, Janet Crone, Kathy Nelschke, Debby Clark. Kitty Ribar, JoAnn Leppert, Aliison Trommetter. John Blass- 
ingame. Mike Debevec. Row 2: Kathy Randail. Jane Decatur, Anne Rolik, Carol Price. Cindy Paparizos, Ellen Davis. Doug Alecci. Nancy Jarchow, Cindy Kershaw. Row 3: 
Dennis McBride. Nancy Amacher. Aivera Vargc. Jenny Grabilz. Pam Mahaney. Pat Reese. Louis Chos. Tom Collura, Jeff Pagan. Jean Klein. Marilyn Ward. Row 4: Sue 
Morris. Rita Zelinsky. Marie Meehan. Joan Henderson. Diana Pietro. Ron Tuckerman. Steie Pred. Machiko Tokunaga.. Janet Mahusky. Row 5: Bill Huffman, Rich Tucker- 
man, George Karlan, Karen Wade, Barb Gordos, Lori Rugle, Dan Zawack, Steve Phelan, Debbie Galloway, Jim Stoch. 

Sen/Of Members Bottom Row (L to R): Lorraine Courtney. Laurel Letney. Peggy Zust. C. B. Tannehill. Lynne Bana. Barb Nash. Kathy 
Federico. Vishna Franic. Pat Gibbons, Row 2: Laurie Gulick. Diane Fellman. Sherry Grimes. Laurel Warnke. Marty Wilder. Gloria 
Regalbuto. Elaine Sabo. Carol Henikman. Carol Hitchcock, flow 3: Sally Gulich. Marian Zajc. Barb Benson, Ann Helmulh. Nancy 



Sally Gul 

, ,. _„.„.. Goslee. treasurer. Row 4: Alec Wight 

retary; Jenny Aultz, Jan Bradshaw. Betty Grigonis. Shelley Spellman. Joyc . . _ _, 
Fagan, Jim Kershaw, Eric Snyder, Mike Applequist, Paul Nielsen, Dick Clark, Pat Soil 
Pictured: Barb Butt, Dave DiBiasio. 



„.. Benson. Ann Helmulh. Nanc 

- ..., _ -. . dent; Thom Kren, Barb Reed, sec 

Siat.Randy Cebul. Tom Dugan, Row S: Lee McBride. Bill 
Rob Modic, president: Tim Lawler. Not 




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NATIONAL HONOR 
SOCIETY 

Four words — character, leadership, 
scholarship and service — character- 
ize the National Honor Society mem- 
ber. Consistently high grades do not 
necessarily insure membership; in- 
dividual character and service to the 
school merit consideration. Along 
with functioning as an organization, 
NHS recognizes the exceptional in- 
dividual. 



President Rob Modic explains the purpose of the National Honor Society. 



Sen/or Inductees Bottom Row (L to R): Eric Lyttle. Larry Skapin Row 2; Robert K, Smith, Scott B 
Franl< Mocilnil<ar, Tom Cathcart, Cliff Drobnicl(. Bill Shaffer, Jim Shilander. Row 3: Janet fvliscavish, 
mario, Michele Svigel, Bonnie Dietrich, Diane Andrews, Kathy Dereska, Dale Nemeth, Jill Damberc 
Row 4: Leroy Williams, Ruth Von Sick, Eva Zucker, Lin Zadd, Sandy Doles, Barb Shenk, Pat Faiken 
Naderer, Cathy Foster, Leslie Sliatton, Arlene Floria. flow 5: Sue Susel, Shay Krejci, Andrea Focaiet 
star, Carol Lehman, Barb Taylor, Cheryl Reed, Nancy Hull. Row 6: Sybil Tetrick, Rose tyiarton. Andr€ 
Laura Forsythe, Shirley Plott, Geri Adamich, Bonnie Champa, Barb Palmer, Sue Kapler, flow 7: Sandy 



Jay Cost, Greg Huddlestone, Bill Buikas, Richard Schn 



er, Denny Ivlayock, Leigh Thomas, Dave Brunson, Al Goldstayn, 
Vasas, Suzanne Jokela, Jane Milavec, Karen Silsby, Gloria De- 
athy Kadlec, Leslie Robinson, Judy Straughan, Sandy Valenti. 
y Hrdlica, fJlary Jo Klocker, Carol Emmerl, John Ferlito, Debra 
I Knight, Dale Kalamasz, Cheryl Keyes, Martha Bartel, Russ Fen- 
3le, Carol Fierle, Robert tifloskowitz, Dave Virginia, Beth Hamby, 
Lobas, Peggy Lovick, Craig Sharon, Vic fylarkovich, 



Tom Perchan, Don Shisila. Bill Shriver, Gary Krall, Bob Wallace. Not Pictured: Blanche Pierce. 



J. 




\/- 




Joyce Siat, Tri-Edito 




Faculty Advisor, Mr. Granville Smith, in a pensive pose 



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SURVEY EDITORIAL 

With "if it's been SURVEY-ed, it's 
true" as a motto, a dictionary as a 
mentor and a typing eraser as a 
panacea, a select group of aspiring 
journalists produces a publication 
semi-monthly. Although deadlines 
loom omnipresent and gutters con- 
stantly threaten to overflow, a general 
camaraderie exists among the mem- 
bers of the staff that manifests itself 
in frequent parties, rivalry with other 
publications and the carrying out of 
time-honored literary traditions that 
include seeing if swivel chairs really 
do go all the way around. Through 
ail this comes the recording of events 
of interest to a variety of students, 
editorial comment on vital issues and 
national recognition for superior jour- 
nalistic achievement. 



Joyce Siat and Dee Frak put their noses to the news. 

Survey Editorial StafI Bottom Row (L to R): Mr. Granville Smith, Advisor; Sue Morris, Clare Hille, Barb Gordos, Pat Barkhursl. Kitty Ribar, Sandy Doles, Marie Meehan. 
flow 2; Jim Kershaw, Darryl McGill, Alec Wightman, Jenny Aultz. flow 3: Joyce Siat, Gary Pratt, Lynne Bana. 




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SURVEY 
BUSINESS STAFF 

Circulation, selling and distribution 
require organized effort, while the 
Survey Business Staff also corres- 
ponds and exchanges newspapers 
with numerous schools. The All- 
School Party, planned and coordi- 
nated by the staff, earns profits which 
contribute to the maintenance of a 
consistently high quality school news- 
paper. 




^^^aa 



Surrey Business Staff Bottom Row (L to R): Pam Cooney. Arlene Floria. Sue Simon, Harriet Eglin. Chris 
Remwald. Row 2. Carolyn Pograis, Judy Stiscak, Pam Mahany, Mary MacDougall, Marian Zajc. 



Sue Simon sorting Surye^^s. 



and here's my weekly installment for Euclidian.' 




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Eating between the lines. 



Survey Business Managers (L to Rj: Carolyn Pograis, Finance Projects; Marian Zajc, 
Advertising; Mary MacDougall, Circulation. 



If it's been Surveyed it's true 





Eucuyo I.Q.S. (L to R): Pat Soltis, Kathy Dereska, Lisa Bailey, Ann Helmuth. 



Euclidean Business I.Q.S. Seated (L to R): Karen Wade, Jane Jaquays, Tom Budas. 
flow 2; Sue Weinke, Sue Sivik, Gloria DeMario, Michelle Svigel. flow 3. Andy Newman, 
Sue Gustetic, Sue Milavec. 



Euclidian Editorial I.O.S. .Seated (L to R): Gloria Regalbuto, Barb Butt, Kathy Federico. flow 2; Cindy Paparizos, Jean Lokar, Ellen Davis, Barb Reed, 
Barb Takiguchi, Carol Price, Diana Komocar, Kathy Randall, Joanne Allchin, Dave Lawrence, flow 3; Bill Rice, Bill Brigden, Heidi Nitsch, Jane 
Decatur, Marsha Baker Wot pictured Janet Crone, Diane Fellman, Thorn Kren, Eva Zucker, Beth Heglaw. 





Survey LQ.S. Sealed (L to R): Mary MacDougall, Lynn Bana. Joyce Siat, Gary Pratt. Row 2 Linda Pawlak. Shirley Toplak. Shelly Spellman. Colleen Skonier, Marian Zajc. 
Carolyn Pograls, Sue Simon. Kiity Ribar, Clare Hille, Judy Sliscak. Row 3. Jerry Hubaca, Sandy Doles, Nancy Hull, Sue Morris, Jim Kershaw, Darryl McGill, Steve Phelan, 
Marie Meehan. Rich Moore, Bernice Schultz. 



Mrs. Martinsen, E-r(oom Coordinator. 




E-ROOM 



Vast expanses, lending themselves to 
entertainment, comfort and scholarly 
pursuits, confront the student entering 
the E-Room. Here a multitude of 
activities concerning anything from 
Shakespeare to sodas can be sum- 
moned. The E-Room increases one's 
pride beyond its uniqueness in the 
sense of belonging generated. With 
"Mom" as its monarch, the E-Room 
reings as the nucleus of E-motion. 



INTERNATIONAL 
QUILL AND 
SCROLL 

International Quill and Scroll honors 
young journalists of the Euclidian, 
Eucuyo and Survey staffs. Although 
members of these publications take 
their induction for granted, they 
appreciate the recognition for the 
both tedious and productive hours 
spent. The pin and the IQS newspaper 
represent a journalistic bond trans- 
cending good-natured rivalry. 




Karen Shook, Pat Faiken, Layout Managers. 



Tom Budas, Karen Katona, Ads Managers. 



Vishna Franic, Business Manager. 



Sotfom flow; Sandy Mika, JoAnn Leppert, Katy Shaughnessy, Debbie Tinker, flow 2: Karen Wade, Andi 
Newman, Sue Milavec, Kathy Netschke. 





BUSINESS STAFF 



Dannie Dugan, Gary Botts, Anne Trommetter, Circulation Managers, 




Using "Euclidian calling," a generous smile and 
shrewd salesmanship, the Business Staff member 
wins the hearts and orders of numerous local 
merchants. Summer sales, while the weather 
matches sunny dispositions, initiate the year; 
progression to autumn and winter brings cries of 
"Euclidiaction!" ringing throughout the corridors. 
Characterized by its own personality, the Busi- 
ness Staff supplies a relaxed atmosphere allow- 
ing the Editorial Staff to function without the 
financial concerns of producing THE BOOK. 



IT^^JL^Hm^JL^^l^ 




Barb Butt, Editor-in-Chief. Copy Staff Bottom Row (L to R): Diane Fellman, Kathy Federico, Editor; Barb Reed. Row 2: 

Kathy Randall, Mike Debevec, Cindy Paparizos. 



Art Staff (L to R): Heidi Nitscti, Barb Palmer, JoAnn Allchin, Barb Tal<iguchi, Thorn Kren, Editor. Sponsors (L to R): fAr. Jerry Henderson, Mrs. Michele Spott. 





Identification Staff Bottom Row (L to R): Eva Zucker, Senior Editor; Janet Crone, Photo Staff (L to R): Dave Lawrence, Bill Rice, Ellen Davis, Gloria Regalbuto, Head 

Carol Price. Top Row: Diana Komocar, Editor; Marsha Baker, Jane Decatur. Photographess; Bill Brigden, Beth Heglaw, Editor. 




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UNDERCLASS 



208 




209 



High school life dissolves the security 

of the underclassman into sputtering 

confusion. He wanders about in a 

frenzy of indecision and frustration. 

But between 





the chaos of new experience and 
involvement, the underling stumbles 
onto a new level of comprehension 



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'Gum? On the seat?" 




Miss Blechschmid Bottom Row (L to R): Miss Blechschmid, Diane Dunbar, Jane 
Dunbar, Janet Donavon, Willis Dreisbach. Row 2. Debbie Erdman, Harriet Eglin, 
Diane Dragolicti, Helen Dougherty, Sue Dritz. Row 3: Burt Emig, Bob Elder, 
Guy Dunn, Bob Dudek, Mark Dvorak. Row 4: Joe Dudek, Rich Eder, Tom Carney, 
Ted Ehlert, William Dornbusch. Row 5: George Dzura, Charley Drake, Chuck 
Drazdik, Don Emmert, Mike Donlin. Not Pictured: Roger Eastabrooks, Frank 
Dremel, Linda Erskine. 





3umelster Bottom Row (L to R): Barbara Baka, Nancy Amacher. Kathleen Auldndge Jear 

<aren Balasko. Row 2: George Anderson, Charles Arnold, Dale Apicello, Celena Andrev^ 

Augusta Artino. Barbara Ames. Row 3: Fred Arnold, Robert Anderson, Thomas Aquilano 

Francis Albanese. Row 4: Fred Essex, John Aleksic, MacDonald Bailey, Anthony Babic, Da 



Acks, Carol Abazia, Janice 
, Roxanne Alphonso, Cheryl 

William Anderson, Leonard 
; Anderson, Doug Alecci. 



Mrs. Alvarez Bottom Row (L to R): Lynn Detwerler, Linda Dezelon, Loretta Devine, Karen Doak, Antoinette DiSanto, 
Suzzanne Delsanter. Row 2: Linda Dieckmann, Dorothy Dengel. Linda Dickie, Janis Doherty, Diane Denison, Kathy 
Dipko. Row 3: Mary Dienes, Glenn DiBiasio, Samuel Derby. Frank Doblekar, Keith Dole, Mary DeTomaso. Row 4: 
Joseph Burya, Dave Dodge, Dennis Derganc, Dennis DeViney, Duane Doblar, Thomas Dolter. Row 5: Ray Doehring, 
Phillip Deluca, John DeLangis, David Demojzes, Frank Dengel. 



JUNIORS 




Mr. Chambers Bottom Row (L to Rj: Mr. Chambers. Pamela Bosco, Diane Brad 
Bolon. Rovj 2: Mike Dworning. Sue Bork. Roberta Bosco, Anita Brommer, Debbis 
Larry Bole, Jim Bock, John Blassingame, Wayne Black, Sam Boreave. flow 4: 
Brothers, Bernie Bozak, Bill Brigden. 



-rancis, Jean Bray, Lyn Brooks, Kathy 
George Braidich flow 3: Don Boker, 
IS, Walt Brady, Bill Breznay, Vaughn 





Mrs. Drescher Bottom Row (L to R): Mrs. Drescher, Diana Fink, Marge Fennel, Calhy Ficere, Darlene Ferrara, Sue Fike. Marie 
Fugina. Row 2: Ken Frank, Sandy Frabotta, Myrle Farah, Cathy Cook, Pal Frank, Karen Frank. Row 3: Jelf Fagan, Rudy Frueboes, 
Rick Fiorelli, Pat Fiorelli, Frank Ferralo. Row 4: Ken Burntiart, Cal Fistier, Nick Farinacci, Tom Finan, Kelly Friedel, Paul Fister. 
Dan Faragov. 

Mrs. Duprey Bottom Row (I to R): Rebecca Buchwald, Roberta Buchwald, Karen Calabrese, Lynda Buchholz, Pat Brown. Row 2: Sue 
Cafiill, Ctirrs Brunner, Debbie Capella, Mrs. Duprey, Diane Cantonese, Sue Buikus. Row 3;' Carol Caimi, Debra Carducci. Terri Brown, 
Connie Brunner, Margaret Carlson, flow 4: Jim Cermell, Roland Busser, Nick Capretta, Gary Cavatino, Peter Buccili. Row 5: Frank Camloh. 
Sheldon Carpenter, Ray Butticci, Peter Cardullias. 




'Never once do my fingers leave my hands.' 



JUNIORS 



1 






Mr. Eokert Bottom Row (L to R): Shirley Cook. Diana Coppers, Barbara Correll. Barbara Comport, Diane Cesen, Debby 
Clark. Row 2: Barbara Cirino, Kathy Clemens, Diane Churney, Sharon Cheraso, Linda Cornwell. Beth Climo. flow S.- 
Thomas Collura, Wayne Ciough. Richard Cotton, Wesiey Collins. Grant Corbett, Tim Clark, flow 4: Dennis Coughlin, Tom 
Cooke, Kenneth Chudzik, John Collura, John Clark, Thomas Cooper, 



Miss Fogarty Bottom Row (L to R): Martha Davis, Jackie Day, Jan Debly. Ellen Davis, Madeline David, Robin Deegan. 
Row 2: Bruce Deister, Pat Cuchiara, Kathy Debeljak, Roxann Cutshall, Debby Crombie, Mike Debeuec. flow 3.- Jim 
Crosson, Joe Ciomek, Jack Craigs, Ray Dacar. Row 4: Randy Crupper, Tom Crawford, Len Crawford, Ken Dardis, 
Carl Behum. Not Pictured: Ambrose Criado, Tom Curtis, Bob D'Apice, Ted Bester. 




Miss dark Bottom Row (L to Rj: Jill Battung, Janet Bizzarri, Jeanette Barber, Gail Behm, Melinda Baldini. 
Row 2: Patricia Barkhurst, Linda Biederstedt, Susan Balogh, Deborah Beck, Barbara Andrich. flow 3: Miss Clark, 
Jay Benedict, Robert Beckwith, Richard Banko, Ed Bishop. Row 4: Garry Bice, Doug Cable, Jack Bazan, Ross Ben- 
nett, Scott Barrett, flow 5; Robert Baur, Eric Benedum, Mike Baumiller, James Bambam, Tony Berzin, Richard 
Baur. Wof Pictured: Linda Banas, Renee Bermond. 





Mr Hoffart Bottom Row (L to R) Janet Kos Linda Kokal Sharon Kolb Donna Kostelnik. Patricia Kotnik, Beverly Krall, Norma 
Korosec Barbara Kneale Barbara Kowicki flow 2 Mike Kosky Paul Kobilsek Steptien Krai, Laurie Kozar, Lynn Kotnik, Hillard Koeth 
George Kovacic Mr Hoffart Row 3 Jofin Gannon Gary Kopec Bill Korthals Jim Krakora, Gary Kosec, Scott Koffel, Rich Korze- 
niowski, Bob Kotnik. Not Pictured. Lou Kraska, Tom Kovach, Rich Komara, Cliff Kort. 



Mrs. Gorslene Bottom Row (L to R): Mrs. Gorslene, Joyce Haffer, Linda 
Greer, Denise Gressley, Shereen Hagburg, Michelle Hahn. flow 2: Jerry 
Glick, Barb Gordos, Jenny Grabitz, Jan Gustetic, Cindy Grimsic. Row S.- 
Ron Guenther, Mike Graham, Bill Lehmann, Sieve Gron. Row 4: Mel Gurry, 
Paul Hanley, Fred Grupe, Dave Granchi, Gary Grum. Row 5: Jeff Greer, Dale 
Glicker, Gary Gudaitis, Bob Grasgreen, Steve Hadyk, Not Pictured: Joy 
Gliga, Shirley Griffis, Gail Gugliotta, Cheryl Glubish, Nancy Gubanc. 







G/aser Bottom Row (L to R): Barbara Gates, Kathy Gamber, Judy Gansen, Linda 
Paulette Geller. flow 2: Donna Leasure, Linda Gibbons, Marty Geyer, Debby 
Galloway, Mickey Gartroza, Charlotte Gillespie, flow 3. Ron Gadish, Wayne Gephart. 
Nick Gianforti, Sandy Gill. Row 4: Ernie Gallo, Max Gast, Don George, Charles Genaro, 
Bruce Gemmell. flow 5; George Gast, Pat Gavin, Don Grant, David Harper. 



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JUNIORS 



h 




"Are Euclidding me?" 



Mr. Gorman Bottom Row (L to R): Chris Love(oy, JoAnn Leppert, Kathy Lutz, Jean 
Lokar, Lynn Leotta, Row 2: Sue Lewis. Bonnie Lobdell, Sharon Lipko, Judi Lustig, 
Rosemarie Luksic. Row 3: Maria Lucci, Sharlene Lopez. Zoltan Lorinczy. Carol Lesiak. 
Row 4: Ron Lokar. Bob Lemmo. Larry Little. Connie Lytle, flow 4: Mr. Gorman, Ken 
Lloyd, Mike Lisko, Wayne Leybeck, Dan Luich, flow 6: Jim Lyie, Wayne Lohmeyer, Bob 
Lonchar, Dave Lewis, Bob Love. Not Pictured: Linda Lewis, Rich Levak. 



Mr. Gallagher Bottom Row (L to R): Barbara Jerele, Theresa Jeran, Linda Kadlec, Georgette Kaparic. Arlene Jasky, Laurie Jewett. Nancy 

Kadunc, Leslie Kalan, Chris Holden. Row 2: Mark Kapec, Avram Kaminsky. Arthur Kallal. Mary Jasniecki. Nancy Jarchow, Brad Jones, Craig 

Johnson, Mary Jelenic. Row 3: Jim Jorz, Paul Kacprzak, Jim Jenc, Ron Jezeski, Earl Jones, Frank Kaparic, Jim Kaim, Stan Kalasunas. Wot 
Pictured: Bill Grant, Joe Janosik, Jerri Johnson. 





Mr. Hotlerl Bottom Row (L to R): Phyllis Hinton, Ann Hanak, JoAnn Hignite, Debbie Henson, Kathy Hersh. Row 2: Maureen Heid, Joan 
Henderson, Pat Helmick, Marilyn Haynes, Ann Langlois. Row 3: Mr. Hoffert, Debbie Haverlock. Rita Halsey, Lynn Hall, Ctierie Hasko, 
Patrice Havreberg. Row 4: Ken Hanson, Doug Hennie, Ken Hassink, Richard Mauser, Greg Hay. Row 5; Jack Haney, Ron Hendy, Bob 
Helm, Bill Hegedus. Wo( Pictured: Jim Hinde, Janice Herp. 




JUNIORS 



Mr Lewis Bottom Row (L to Rj Susan Kapudja Marcia Kolial John Klopovic Cindy Kershaw Janice Kapudja Betty 
Keeler Row 2 Ted Kitsos Beatrice Kluska Karen Knaus Sally Kirk Jean Klein Cynthia Kelly George Karlan, Mr 
Lewis Row 3 Timothy Kerzisnrk Dale Kirchner Eric Klein Peter Klauga Bruce Kemp flow 4 Robert Kelly, Keith 
Kern. Doug Knaus, Terrance Karda, Richard Kipp, Herbert Klich. Not Pictured: Michael Kelleher, Dale Kardos, John 
Kekis, Joseph Knack. 



Mrs. Horn Bottom Row (L to R): Donna Murphy, Mary Mog, Carol Murphy, Gale Mocarski, Gloria Minerovic, Mrs. Horn, flow 2: 
Ray Mmillo Marcia Mlakar, Sue Morris, Karen Mohorich, Carol Miltner, Phyllis Morris. Rachel Money, flow 3; Robert Modic, Wil- 
liam Mobbs Robert Murry, Dale Nagy, Robert Mooney, Paul Nutter, Matjaz Mlakar. flow 4: Roger Motiska. Charles Mukavetz, 
Gary Morse Larry Murg, Phillip Murg, Michael Mitch, Robert Miller, Dusan Mlakar. Nor Pictured: Dwight Morton, Luane Mor- 
gan Phillip Morlock 





Davis messing around. 



Mr. Hungertord Bottom Row (L to R): Linda Hyle. Noieen Huntley. Natalie llg, Jackie Hulewicz, 
Debbie Hornsby. Row 2 Ranee lafelice. Nancy Hoffman, Patricia Hoernig. Carol Krause, Skye 
Hurlburt, Brent Howe, Row 3: Karen Icke, Kristina Jankus, Marian Hodder, Kattiy Horvat, Bob 
Jaffe, Row 4: Bill Huffman. Art lacofono, Hank James, Sturat Irvine, Steve Hunn. How 5; Jerr> 
Hubacka. Art Jaklic, Ed Humbert, Steve Intifiar, Tom Hrastar. 



Mr. Jer^kins Bottom Row (L to R): Laura Leighton, Adrienne Kust, Susan Latcfi, Patricia Kunc, Barb Lawrinson, Debbie LaRiccia. 
Row 2: Sue Larick, Sandra Leicher, Alice Kreit. Cheryl Laser, Lynn LaFollette. Linda Lawrence, Row 3: Robert Kuret, Ken Kucinski, 
Frank Kren, Matttievir Laznik, Gary Krivok. Cynttlia Lally. flow 4: Mike Laughlin, Joe Krnc. Doug Kravos, Dennis Laseak, Walter Kre- 
nisky. Row 5: George Lynes. Jim Lardin, Jofin Laszcz, Joe Lehman. 




JUNIORS 




Mr. Muchesko Bottom Row (L to R): Lorie Rugle, Robin Ross, Kathy Rider, Anne Rolil<, Theresa Rogaliner. Row 2: Karen 
Ruusl<a, Martlia Roskos, Linda Rohr, Angie Robers, Carolyn Rideout, Sally Rose. Row 3: Betty Roberts, Virginia Pick, Karen 
Rider, Louise Roskos, Tom Rudd, Alan Russ. flow 4: Abe Mandzuch, Craig Russell, Tim Rooney, Bob Rozman, Ed Ritz, 
Dan Penny. Row S: Steve Rolfe, Jeff Peterson, Mike Roberts, Jeff Rieder, George Russell. Brian Rulkie. 



. Oliver Bottom Row (L to R): 
Carolyn Newness, Jane Noles, Susan 
Nesbett, Candace Obreza, Fay Osborne. 
Heidi Nitscfi. flow 2: Andrea Newman, 
Faye Nyle, Sara Nantz, Barb Nawor. 



Someone's always watching. 



Mr. Rackovan Bottom Row (L to R): Fran Radwanick. Kris Reisinger. Carol Price. Kathy Randall. Kitty 
Ribar. flow 2 fvlr. Rackovan. Kathy Reimer, Gale Richardson, Rosie Pringle, f^argene Richter, Mary 
Reichman. Row 3: Greg Rankin, Pat Reese, Donna Pungerchar, Chris Rexrode. Bill Rask. George Proko- 
povich. flow 4: Rick Punzar. Mark Rice, Jeff Reichard. Edward Reagan. Chester Reymander. flow S.- 
Dave Reinhardt, Tom Rich, Bill Rice, Chris Reece, Jim Ramos, Paul Nutter. 





Kathy Nowaskowski, Pam Newman, flow 3; Jim Nosse, Lee Neuvirth, Alan 
Nemeth, Rick Nomecek, Jack Obreza, Kathy Netschke. Martin Reagan. 
Row 4: Robert Niemczura, David Nickles, Gary Newman. Dave Nungesser, 
Tim Neidermeyer, Don Nevar, John Ormston, Art Nardy. 



Mrs. O'Donnell Bottom Row (L to R): Mrs. O'Donnell, Laura Mantz, Judy Matjasic. Pam Ma- 
hany, Becky Mann, Janet Mahusky. Row 2: Libby Mantz, Michele Manfredonia, Ann Richards, 
Karen Match, Pam Martin. Row 3: Katherine Marshall, Michele Maran, Kathleen Marsh. Mary 
Jane Marino, Nancy Mates. Row 4: Linda Mantz, Brian Macke. Anthony Mauceri, Mark 
Mamrack, Kenneth Marincic. flow 5. Ken McCreight, Sam Marino, Gregory Mann, John 
Maletic, Roy McDonald. 



Mr, Hold Bottom Row (L to R): Joanne O'Connor, Joan Palguta, Jan Pawlechko, Barb Paganie, Sue Pales, Germaine Palmer. Claudia Orehek, Pat Pavis, Marlene 
Pacic, Barb Olosky. flow 2: Jim Payer, Jim Papp, Brenda Payer, Ellen Pestak, Cindy Paparizos. Diane Paulauskas. Dave Panichi, Paul Pavlovich, Mr. Nold. flow S.- 
Dennis Paiko, Pat O'Connell, Gary Pecek, Mike O'Donnell, Frank Patterson, John Pecon, Frank Patton, Joe Parisi, John Oznowich. Not Pictured: Cathy Orazen. 





Mr. W. Smith Bottom Row (L to Rj: 
Barb Walland, Marcia Wallace. Row 
Vance, Mr. W, Smith, flow 3: Dave V 
Don Vibbert. flow 4: Dave Sustarsic, 
Not Pictured: Gregg Wallace, Richarr 



3ra Vargo. Marcia Vanek, Theresa Vantilburg, Pam Volota, Pat Volota, Joan Vargo, 
3ob Vidmar, Janice Walters, Mary Ann Vojtek, Karen Vahcic, Karen Wade, Kathy 
eveer, Paul Vincent, Ed Walters, Phil Vollman, Jim Vinci, Bob Verner, Steve Vasas, 
1 Volante, Bob Vunderink, Vic Valli, Joe Vidulich, Gary Vaccariello, Kent Vibbert. 
ncil. Randy Scott, 



'You've got the prettiest cuticles I've ever seen." 




Mr. Rose Bottom Row (L to R): Linda Messenger, Rita Melton, Jayne Miller, Sandra Mika, 
Judy McRae, Leeann Medevic. Row 2: Mr. Boguski, Student Teactier; Pat Meiver, Karen 
Michalski, Ellen Mikovich, Jacqueline Miller, Debra Merritt, Mr. Rose, flow 3. Margie Mik- 
lavcic. Sue Milavec, Linda Miklavcic, Marilyn Milavec, Marie Meehan, Gregory Measles. Row 4: 
Edward Mikolic, Richard Miller, Donald Newman, James Magri, Ricky Miklavcic, Jerry Michalski. 
flow 5: Dan Merritt, Michael Medves, Chuck Miller, Tom Mezzacappa, David Meyer, Not Pic- 
tured: Tim McTigh. 



JUNIORS 




Mr. G. Smith Bottom Row (L to R) 

Machiko Tokunaca, Sue Surrena Ro\ 

Ulizzi, Linda Tober, Debby Tinker Rt 

Allison Trommetter, Debby Uchbar. Row 4: Mr. G. S 

Tobin, Richard Trebec, Terry Tryon 

John Tolar, Jim Thomas. 



Barbara Tolchi 
2: Linda Toth, 
V 3 Rose Tram 



Row 5: Rich Tucker 



ky, Calhy Tyrrell, Allison Town, 

at Timlin, Dorothy Trunkely, Gio 

, Laura Tomcko, Earlene Tonkin, 

lith, Cherene Thweatt, Jeanne 

nan, Jim Turk, Ron Tuckerman, 



Mrs Schneider Bottom Row {L to R): Donna Sebusch, Clare Schneider, 
Dorothy Schneider, Katie Shaughnessy, Sue Sarama. Row 2: Miss Wesler, 
Student Teacher; Susan Sever, Peggy Schroeder, Mary Ann Savoca, Denise 
Schmaltz, Cheryl Schmeltzer, Mrs. Schneider. Row 3: Rich Schwabauer, 
Randy Sharon, Mel Scharlau, Alan Sadar. Row 4: David Shaner, Ron Samsa 



Joseph Serksr 
Schmid, Willia 
Bob Schauer, 
Sajewski, Mar 



John Seve 
Ti Saplak. Ro\ 
Wayne Schmi 
na Schwenke, 



-. flow 5. Bill Schmidt, Tom Severino, Charles 
' 6. Jack Sullivan, Bob Schultheis, Gary Breeden, 
it. Not Pictured. Bill Scurka, Ken Sadar, Julie 
Irene Scheel. 




Mr. Raicevich Bottom Row (L to R): Linda Pignaliello, Victoria Pistone, Sandra Penca, Pamela Picozzi, Diane Pietro, Janet Plovock, 
Maria Plywacki, Patricia Powers, Roberta Piccirillo. Row 2; Paul Pink, James Petardi, Valerie Pettit, Constance Popovic, Janet Picciotti, 
Barb Petrochic, Marcia Pestotnik, Tom Prendergasl. Row 3: Joseph Polls, George Ruszin. Michael Petruzzi, Bob Peternel, Steve Pred, Steve 
Phelan, Bob Podobnikar, Gerald Picciano, Mr. Raicevich. Wo( Pictured: Mark Potocnik, Jerry Perish. 




Mr. Harper Bollom Row (L lo R): Cheryl Glubish, Luane Morgan, Cindy Anderson, Janet Crone, Gail Theus, Nancy Kadunc, 
Carol Murphy, Jane Decatur. Row 2: Mark Potocnik, Mary Dienes, Many Gubanc, Sharon Masek, Jim Hinde, Donna Yeray, 
Marilin Ward, Dennis McBride. Row 3: Darryl McGill, Jeff McKee, Louie Chos, Dean Coolidge, Pat Foy, Richard Komara, Steve 
Hoedt. 

Mrs. Thorvas Bottom Row (L to R): Sue Spears, Adria Soeder, Jean Stamberger, Sue Starzynski, Pat Stephens, Linda 
Sonntag, Pat Stanton, Linda Stewart, Joan Stegh, Barbara Strazier, Chris Srnick. Row 2: Mike Szabo, Darwin Spiker, 
Tom Springer, Kurt Stephens, Glenna Stillinger, Debbie Stocker, Sue Soeder, Vivian Sobole, Roseanne Somrack, Bar- 
bara Sterling. Row 3: Lee Staskunas, Vic Stankiewicz, John Stalzer, Joe Stanfield, Tom Stravarace, Steve Smith, Gary 
Stillwagon, Kurt Stanic, Jim Stoch, Steve Snyder. 




Mr. Taylor Bottom Row (L to R): Shelia Zurc Adrienne Yentz, Dana Zmijewski Rita Zelinsky, Nancy Zonar, Cynthia Tada), Phyllis 
Yeager. Cynthia Wulchiett, Sally Yozipovich Gayle Zitnik, Chris Zingale Row 2 Bob Zeman, Craig Zola, Byron Wilton, Diane Young 
Leo Zupancic. Jeff Zeiko, Gerry Zimmerman Dennis Yert Row 3 Mr Taylor Ken Zylowski, Chuck Zuchelli, Jim Yane, Chris Zaiewski, 
Bob Yacas, David Zovack, Joe Znidarsic, Dan Zawack Wo( Pictured Donna Yeray 




JUNIORS 



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Mrs. Tolh Bottom Row (L to R): Barb TakiguchI, Linda Swaney, Susan Taylor, 
Linda Tabb, Donna Sweet, flow 2: Marcia Swart, Susan Takacs, Gayle Swart, 
Linda Taylor, Kathleen Sturm. Linda Stryjewski. flow 3: Paul Wtiyte, Wilfred 
Tabb III. Carl Susman. Robert Taub, Richard Tauenier, flow 4: Ronnie Swan- 
son, William Swaidner, David Templeton, William Swisher. Bruce Taylor, Larry 
Sutter. Row S: Phillip Stryjewski. Michael Sullivan. Rod Sullivan. James 
Sulen, Stanley Tanski, John Tanko. Wo( Pictured. Gail Theus, Charles Taylor. 



Mr. Stelnbrink Bottoiv Row (L to flj Barb Webb, Rita Waterwash, Katherine Wesley, 
Jackie Weber. Marion Wilson. Row 2: Sandy Worden. Sue Weinke. Peg Wehagen. Rosy 
Weir, Sharon Wolf. Row 3: Bill Walworth, Jim Williams, Craig Wiblin, Chris Wilcox, 
Pat Winkler. Row 4: Jay Willard. Ken Zakraysek, Wayne Wolfe, Tom Wendorff, Stuart 
Walton, flow 5; Nick Wanchik, Richard Webb, Dwight Williams, Alan Williams, Carl 
Weindel. flow 6: Scott Winkleman, John Wolf, Carl Weiss, John Weber. Wot Pictured: 
Marilyn Ward, Richard Wittenmyer. 




Mrs. Williams Bottom Row (L to R): Margaret Sirk, Diane Sluga, Cheryl Smith, Linda Sigmon, Judy Skrin|ar. Row 
2: Susan Sivik, Regina Smith, Dianne SInkoveo, Theresa Sivert, Sharon Skartved. Row 3: Al Simons, Tom Shumar, 
Tom Smith, Nader Yomtove, Marilyn SIders. Row 4: Mike Siston, Doug Smeltz, Robert Smith, Fred Skolaris, 
Howard Sieferd. flow 5; Len Sigal, Ron Siedler, Mike Smith, Gary Smith, Rick Shirk. Wof Pictured: Annemarie 
Sherwood, James Skorich, Wesley Thomas. 





< Bottom (L to R): Karen Wajahn, Janice Vargo, Susan Urban, Mary Vinci!, Karen Stemac, Lynn Valentino. Lorrain Vollman, Nancy Vuranch, Janet Wayne 

< Row 2 Doug Van Korngut, Paula Ugrinic. Debra Vilcheck, Bonni Van Doyen, Debbie Von Gunten, Debra Warren, Mary Udovic, Janet Voipe, David Wagne 
Anthony Volpe. Darrel Uchbar, Frank Volpe. Bob Voase, George Vinci, James Watkins, John Walsh, Bruce Veil, Gary Wassil. 



The team scrubs. 




Mr. Calvert Bottom Row (L to ft): Marilyn Bauer, Lynn Baldassarre, Marcia Season, 
Valerie Barabas, Beverly Backert. Row 2; Connie Barstow, Joan Sensing, Diane 
Baron, Barbara Barbato, Dave Bayko, Russ Balvkin. Row 3: Ron Barbish, Jim 
Bauman, Gregory Beaumont, Jim Benko, Terry Beckwith, Mr. Calvert, flow 4: 
Tom Baron, Ivor Bork, Bob Barbish, Jim Barrick, Gene Berardinelli, Roy Baumeister, 



SOPHOMORES 



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Mr. Backos Bottom Row (L to R): Kathryn Ausec, Susan Abramczyk, Carol Almgren, 
Shirley Adams. Row 2: Louis Arko, James Arko, Robin Austin, Mary August, Dawn 
Anderson. Row 3: Scott Amos, Carole Baer, Mary Ellen Bajec, Michiete Aaronson. 
Row 4: Michael Balale, Frank Azman, Mark Allison, Thomas Anderson, Ralph An- 
drews. Row 5: Robert Adams, James Ayers, Walter Allchin, Robert Ashley, Robert 
Centa. Not Pictured: Mary Babudar, Margaret Coughenour, Steve Adams. 



Miss Barrel! Bottom Row (L to R): Marilyn Ford, Jill Fowie, JoAnn Fross, Gertrud 
Friedberg. flow 2; Laura Foy, Carole Fier, Darlene Franks, Jere Foster. Row 3: 
Miss Barren, Liana Fisher, Cathy Force, Kathy Fox, Anna Fugina. flow 4: Bill 
Francis, Lisa Francis, Linda Ford, Louise Francis, Judy Fierle, Linda Fitzmaurice. 
flow 5. Tony Fuerst, Bob Bohinc, Bob Adams, David Fidel, Mike Fitzgerald. Not 
Pictured: Tim Fier, Joe Fioritto, Jim Fitzsimmons, Richard Francis, Ralph Frey. 



Mrs. Cowan Bottom Row (L to R): Debbie Rash, Debbie Reese, Audrey Rast, Jane Raggets, Marilyn Puz, Maureen Ray, Denise Rees, Carol Raino- 
vich, Gloria Richards, Mrs. Cowan, flow 2: Denise Reichman, Chris Richardson, Sue Raggets, Nancy Reed, Marie Rapkin, Frances Reymander, 
Linda Rich, Pam Reilly, Judy Ratliff. Row 3: Gary Radatz, Leonard Ridilla, Dan Reingardt, Richard Reese, Dennis Riggs, Rick Racich, Tom 
Raymond, Karl Reinbolt, Jim Ready, John Rascan, 




SOPHOMORES 




Mr, DIehl Bottom Row (L to R): Sherry Chant, Denise Capretta Debbie 
Campbell, Candice Callagher, Carol Cefarattl. Row 2: Robert Cater, Barbara 
Campana, Kathy Chambers, Jessica Burrows, Stephen Chaney. Row 3: James 
Busser, Robert Callow, Geoffry Carter, James Calandra, Tyrone Carnes. 
flow 4: James Caldrone, William Busch, Mark Castelletti, John Carr, William 
Carlson, David Carruthers. 



Mrs. Curran Bottom Row (L to R): Robin Cochran, Linda Cotman, Barbara Cigoy. 
Row 2: Roger Cherne, Tim Cheadle, David Cooney, Michael Araps, Seth Chazanoff. 
flow 3: Sterling Child, David Cimperman, Ed Costello, John Chiofolo. flow 4: Jim 
Chiofolo, Robert Civic, John Clapacs, Joseph Connelly, flow 5: Charles Clark, William 
Christensen, Terry Chubb, John Churney. flow 6; Patrick Coghill, Gerald Coleman, 
Robert Cigoy, Frank Cherney. Not Pictured: Pamela Clapp, John Clouser, Sherry Collister. 



Mr. Daugherty Bottom Row L to R): Kathy Kubitz, Frances Lazar, Mary Lemmo, Sue Lewandowski, Karen Lesler, Robbie Hill, Peggy LaBarbera, 
Carol Kwasny, Terry Levine, Lori Lane, Row 2: Mr. Daugherty, Fred Jones, Greg Lawrence, Diane Leskiewicz, Nancy Laufer, Joni Lapinskas, 
Carole Laukiavich, Janet Lewis, Liz Kurtovich, Bob Lees, flow 3: Terry Lampert, Dennis Granchi, Frank Grossman, Jo Kaszcz, Ed Lee, Tim 
Larkin, Gary Kubiez, Mike Leach, Rich Kumel, Gerry Kurowski. Not Pictured: Annette Kuchling. 




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Mrs. Fanno Bottom Row (L to R): Kathy Erdelsky, Carolyn Farkas, Roxanne Everett, Debbie Fatur, Carol Ferlito. Ann Evans, Vicki Festii 
Engles. Row 2; Denise Elshaw, Gayle Eble, Pete Dybzinski, Ed Evanick, John Falica, Diane Ferencak, Joann Feiz. Bev English, Al Edelman. 
Bob Fedor, Kelly Enders, Jim Ellison, Richard Eble, Dan Ferris, David Fanney, Garry Dremel, Bill Ecker. Not Pictured: Bruce Fasuk 



a Fatica, Diane 
Dave Engelking, 



M & M's melt in your pocket, not In your hand. 





Mr DeMora Bottom Row (L to R): Sue Brezec, Donna Brod, Betty Broos, Cindy 
Brocone Mr DeMora. Row 2: Bonnie Bubley, Alison Brown, Terry Burkholder. 
Linda Brodhacker, Lorraine Brooks, Carol Bures. flow 3; Debbie Burris, Royceanne 
Brimlow Norm Burke, Sally Dadlow, l^aureen Bruening, Paul Britton. Row 4: 
Tom Brunson Denny Burkholder, Robert Broos, Clifford Burns, Kenneth Bruce, 
flow 5 Ken Brickman, Ronald Burge, Dave Bucknot, Dave Brown, Al Brewer, 
Dave Bryant Nof Pictured: Karen Brown. 




Row (L 10 R): Betty Hill, Karen Hilbish, Debbie Hepp, Debbie Hendershot, Carol Hassel, Betty HIebak, Row 2: Donna 
Judy Harding, Jeanne Hitchcox, Linda Harps, Denise Herris. Row 3. Alan Herak, Bernie Harchar, Mike Hieber, Bob 
ris, Tom Helm. Row 4: Mike Higaki, Marshall Hatcher, Jim HIabse, Schuyler Garth, flow 5; Don Hiruo, Dale Hendy, Marc Haverlock, 
Harris. Row 6: Mike Janatovich, Byron Hasegawa, Tony HIabse. Wol Pictured: Bob Hili, Roger Hively, Rich Hershey. 



Knuckling can be fun. 



Mrs Fuerst Bottorrj Row (L to R) Louise Blatecky Janice Bocskey, Pat Breed Barbara Bish, Jan 
Bernstein Cathy Camposo Marcia Boyce flow 2 Linda Bogel. Barbara Blank Beth Blewitt Nancy 
Borsch Natalie Berndt Jan Bessel Beth Bowles Gerry Bergant Row 3 Bob Berarducci, Fred 
Blowers, Mike Brady Vince Borgione Jim Bodenschatz, Don Bone flow 4 Dan Birdsong, Rich Beyerle, 
Dennis Bisher Chris Biddle Keith Brady, Larry Bock. 





Mrs. Gale Bottom Row (L to R): Rosemary Gasper, Sally GIngell, Gerri 
Graham, Cheryl Gockel, Christine Gaydos. Row 2: Maria Goodman, Linda 
Gorjup, Sandy Gonakis. Ellen Gerl, Mrs. Gale, flow 3; Lynda Gracie, Laurie 
Garisek, Sue Gordos, Lynn Gesten. flow 4: William Glickman, Sharon 
Garble, Timothy Gall, Janice Goske, Gary Gallagher. Row 5: Brad Goebel, 
Dan Gerbetz, Bob Gessner, Bill Gerl, Michael George, flow 6.- Ian Glass, 
Tim Lane, James Gertz, Tim Garrett, Ken Gay. Wot Pictured: Burt Gold, 
Lennie Gracie, James Gianforti. 



(L to R): Angela Bartel, Grace Gulp 
. flow 2: Mr. Francetic, Marrjean 



Mr. Francetic Bottom Ro\ 

Czohara, Margaret Daws 

Ann Elizabeth Curtis, Christine Davis, Barbara Cragle, 

Cutcher, Janet Groaning, Gayle Crown, Pat Devine flow 

Dale Davis, Mark Dalic, Doug DeViney. flow 5: Arthur 

Tony Debelak, David Critchfield. Not Pictured: Dean 



Joann D*Amico. Joann 
Brule, Kathy Cowper, 
w J, Jack Cucanich, Steve 
Ron Crow, Toby DelGiudice, 
Jerry Davis. Tim Dempsey, 



Mr. Ganim Bottom Row (L to R): Sally Jost, Laura Kalves, Grace Johnson, Synn Jersan, Carolynne Jennison, Maiy / 
Jamnik. Row 2: David Jackson. Jan Jurcak, Marjorie Jaros, Kathy Kane, Janice Ivansek, Gay Jerome, Ray Ivancic. fi 
Paul Imm, Jim Kalamasz, Lee Jalovec, Mike Jorgenson, Mr. Ganim. flow 4: Ron Jedlicka, Dee Jimison, Carl Jonke, 
Juratovac, Jim Kane, Randy Hyde. 



nn Jankovich, Pat 
>w 3.- Bill Jakubs. 
Dave Jokela, Mike 





Mr. Henderson Bottom Row (L to R): Mr 
Barbara McAuley. Joanie McKee. Row 2 
Kevin Mayock. Row 3: Norman McLeod, 
Greehan, Gerald Mikus, Mike McFadden. 
McCauley, David McKibben, Bruce McBrian. 



G. Henderson, Deborain Meinke, Joyce Miklavic. Renee Puz, Michelle McMullen, 

Wendy Mihocik, Vicki Mildner, Kathy Meighan, Joyce McCrystal, Terry McCreight, 

Michael Mehling, Timothy McKay. Richard Mendoza, George Mclntyre, Bill Mc- 

Row 4: John Melaragno, Dale Menart, Ronald Milavec, Allen McEwen, Paul 




Miss Harris Bottom Row (L to R): Laurie Griffith, Marie Giallanza, Emily Hanak, Waltraul Grau, Wendy 
Grodt, Barbara Hammar. Row 2: Eileen Hanna, Sandra Hanlon, Kathleen Grossman, Janice Grimm, 
Christine Griffith, Mary Ann Grdinic. Row 3: Bill Grida, Brian Hacker, Geralyn Grubac, Ron Greenwald, 
Michael Grdanc flow 4: Ed Granchi, Mike Grimes, David Hansbrough, Gerald Groudle. Row 5: Ken 
Grigas, Chuck Gronowski. Jim Gregoric, Richard Hanko, Jesse Hamilton. Not Pictured: Nancy Grillo, 
Paula Gulick, Ramona Hace, Darrel Hanna, William Herrick. 




"Boy, these glasses are heavy.' 



Mr. Kadlec Bottom Row (L to R): Pat Schober. Janet Spiker. Linette Sobe, Debra Sonnie, Katy Snyder, Janet Springer, flow 2: Mr. 



Kadlec. Donna Smrdel. Donna Springob. Betty Steiner. Susan Spencer. Elois Stallings. Marge Smerdel. 
Roland Smith. Janet Stanley, Ellen Stanley, Kim Somers, Susan Speck. Pam Stearns, flow 4: Robert Si 
kewicz, Don Spiegel, Warren Smith, John Snow, William Stearns. Not Pictured: Linda Stefanow. Clyde Sn 
dolph Snyder. 



Douglas Snyder, 
lolinski, Henry Stan- 
ith, Don Webb, Ran- 





SOPHOMORES 



Mr. George Bottom Row (L to R): Debbie Hudak, Karen Hollyfield, Sherry Hrabak, Marilyn Hribar, Vicki Holden, Sue Hrnyak 
Row 2: Nancy Harper, Bonita Hough, Lenore Holland, Jean Holloman, Rosemary Hohs, Pat Hoge. Row 3: Frank Hutchinson, Dale 
Hoynacke, William Hodges, Craig Hodakievic, Jerry Howell, Dan Huston. Row 4: Mr. George, Frank Hoykar, Tim Hoffman, 
Robert Hopkins, Ed Husa, Kenneth Hrovat. 




Mr. Germock Bottom Row (L to R): Sue Luffler, Diane Lupo. Kathy Liudahl, Barbara 
Losee. Row 2: Deann Lindsey. Sandy Lewton, Mary Jo Lipovec, Joan Lewis. Row G.- 
George Lombardo, Ronald Lyman, Kathy Lonchar. Allan Loczy, Row 4: George Henson. 
Bob Luzar, Gary Lustic, Row 5: Allyn Lipstreuer, John Lonchar, Allan Leybeck, Scott 
Lucci. Not Pictured: Vincent Lisuzzo, Daniel Livesay, Robert Lorber, Douglas Lukat. 



"That's all right, he was whistling at me.' 




Mr. Mohr Bottom Row (L to R): Denis Znidarsik, Lorraine Young, Deborah Zdovc, 
Jacqueline Zylowsl<i, Mary Zovac. Row 2: Darryl Wolfe, Patricia Youdell, Chiristine 
Yanchar, William Yozipovich. Row 3: Ronald Zarnick, Robert Warner, Dennis 
Zadnik, Ronald Yuhas. Row 4: Dennis Zamaria, Stephen Zeiko, Robert Zoller, 
Leonard Young. Row 5: James Zakovski, Fred Zele, Robin Zonneville, Robert 
Zolinski. Row 6: Mr. Mohr. 



Mr. Nichlirig Bollom Row (L to R) Kathleen Mahoney, Marietta Massiello, Susan 
Martucci, Constance Marten, Susan Marincic. Row 2: Joyce Marhefka, Janet 
Marcus, Sharon Marikis, Marlene Marko. Row 3: Catherine Madden, Kathleen 
Matyjasik, Gwenda Rupert, Virginia Marino, Karen Madeja. Row 4: Andrew Malenda, 
Gary Markuz, Michael Marino, Randy May. flow 5: Richard Markuz, Dale Machi, 
Archie Marshall, Eugene Policy. Row 6: Gerald Mance, Enio Mancini, David March, 
George Magas, Mr. D. Nichting. Wot Pictured: Alfred Mack, Nancy Malaney, 
Daniel Mascaro. 



Dr. McCarter Bottom Row (L to Rj: Jan Peklay, Sharon Paz, Sandy Pestotnik, Carol Peters, Pat Perchan, Lenore 
Perovshek. flow 2: Christine Penharth, Debbie Palguta, Pat Paulin, Jackie Perpar, Sandy Parsons, Paul Pavlick. 
flow 3: Bob Petek, Mike Perry, Larry Moyle, Rich Palmer, Dean Pasquale, Paul Pennza, Dr. McCarter. flow 4: Jeff 
Peternel, Roger Perry, Craig Pavlik, Mike Parry, Lee Peters, Dave Parulis. 



SOPHOMORES 





Mr. MIze Bottom Row (L to R): Carol Petro, Susan Picciano, Linda Plavcan, Maria 
Pirovoios, Lynn Reed, Theresa Plaga. Row 2; Donna Pyle, Kristine Powers, Caroi 
Pliiiiippe, Penny Pringle, Pat Pinta, Marlene Powalie. Row 3: Michael Podnar, 
Anthony Praskavich, Marsha Phillips, Nancy Purnell, Richard Prioreschi, Thomas 
Podnar. Row 4: Hugh Phillips, Richard Potts, Robert Pollacit, Randy Peterson, Roger 
Principe, flow 5; John Price, Wayne Pinkslatf, Don Picciano, Jeffery Peterson, Jim 
Porcello, Mr. Mize. 



Mr. Martin Bottom Row (L to R): Jacqueline Oker, Sandy Nurmi, Evelyn Nielsen, Bonny Nimelli, Donna Olinchic, Patti Noll, 
flow 2: Connie Orebaugh, Dianne Pisano, Debbie Opalk, Star Painter, Berna O'Connell, Evelyn Oliverio. Row 3: Pat O'Donnell. 
Dale Nosse, Howard Packer, Gary Ortman, Paul Olszewski, Mr. Embert Martin, flow 4: Fred Nevar, Robert Olds, Charles Jhl, 
John Ofciarcik, Paul Oyaski, Frank Ogoreuc. Not Pictured: Judy Neuman, Ellen Nock, James Noga, Kevin Oliveri, David Onions, 
Bill Ostrander. 




SOPHOMORES 




Mr. Pringle Bottom Row (L to R): Lana Drummer, Marilyn Dvornik, P 
Marilyn Domitor, Darlene Dietz, Denise Dworning, Maria Dissauer. Ri 
Dombrowski, Brian Dugan. Sue Drobnick. Helga Dobler, Denny Die 
Joe Adams, Larry Doyle, Paul Drotleff, Floyd Dockery, Forrest Diefil, 
Wo( Pictured: Sally Dickheiser, Stephen Donnally. 



herty, Diane Dorsey, Colleen Coakley, 

Mr. Pringle, Mike Dougherty, John 

minic DiLalla, Wayne Downer. Row 3: 

Douglas, Bill Drazdik, Dennis Dryer. 



Mr Rerrtinick Bottom Row (L to R): Karen Kiro, 
Kathleen Kever. 
Gail Kapusi, Sue Knox. Row 2: Lucinda Kistler, 
Darlene Klauga, Linda Klein. Beverly Kleber. 
Kathy Keszenheimer, Linda Kobal. Row 3: Dale 
Koberna, August Kehn, Richard Kitko, Dave Kirk, 



Mr. RInkes Bottom Row (L to R): Charlan Kristofeic, Margie Kostansek, Pat Krakauskus, 
Diane Korynoski. Gail Kovach, Lynda Kovacic. Row 2. Toni Kozely. Janet Koeth, Joyce 
Koch, Pat Kozlevcar, Ella Kolar, Beverly Kramar. Row 3: Bob Kozan, Judy Kozlowski, 
Linda Gudov»icz, Debbie Kovacic, Gary Kozich. Row 4: Tom Koger, Mike Kotnik, Dennis 
Krall, Fred Koth, Scott Krejci. flow 5; James Koch, Lynn Kosanovick, Rich Krane, Fred 
Koepp, Bob Kosovich. Not Present: Dave Kolenc, Mike Kosmetos. 



'Have a headache?! It nearly ate my foot right off.' 






Richard Kehres flow 4 Tim Kitsos, 
Robert Kelley, Tim Kilkenny, Ken Kase, 
Tim Kernan, Franl< Kerze. flow 5; Jeff 
Kelley, Dave Ketcfium, Frank Kapler, 
Bob Knowles, Bill Knocfi, 



Mr. Resch Bottom Row (L to R): Jannine Trotio, Cheryl Uber, Linda Tiderman Marina Thompson Joanne Trgo, Janis 
Tolten, l^arlene Thweatt, Irene Tiborsky. flow 2; Mike Toth, Charl Tramposch John Tomko Harold Timlin Robert Travarca, 
Karen Tramsak, Mr. Resch. Row 3: Gilbert Trentel, Steve Vozel, John Tutolo, Don Stokes, Douglas Thompson, Francis Thome, 
Jay Toubman. flow 4: Tony Trunkely, Bill Turner, Ted Ty]ewski, Frank Turk. 



Mr. Poktar Bottom flow (L to R): Kathy Moats, Pat Palumbo, Laura Murray, Debbie Miller, Mary Nagy. flow 2; Vicki Mramor, Diane Nemeth, 
Alice Neff, Mickie Mueller, Pennie Morse, Joan Morris. Row 3: Mike Mukavetz, Joe Mooney, Jack Nagle, Steve Neithercott, Jim Mocilnikar. 
flow 4: Mr. Poklar, Bruce Munson, Bill Naumann, Dave Murphy, A! Miller, John Monaghan. flow 5.- Jack Nagucki, Don Minor, Glynn Modic, 
Steve Mramor, Lester Mlaker. 





Mr. Sallach Bottom Row (L to R): Janet Sas, Linda Scacco, Donna Sajewski, Joann Sadler, June Scherlacher, Suzanne Sabo. 
Row 2; Cindy Segulin, Carla Seifert. Michelle Sarraino, Sue Scharfetter, Judy Ullstrom, Marilyn Schneider. Row 3: Dave Schervish, 
John Samuele, Cathy Schwenner, Karin Schuffert, George Schwarz, Ray Schultz. Row 4: Gary Schimpf, Vito Scotese, Don Seddon, 
Alan Yannette, Kirk Schmidt, Mike Salisbury, flow 5: Mr. Sallach, Ken Saywell, Gary Sadar, Jerry Savchuk, Joe Sanders. Not Pic- 
tured: Joy Scheurman. 



Mrs. Tornslrom Bottom Row (L to R): Beverly Winner, Wendy Wiskes, Joyce Wayner, Donna Wilson, Peggy Wehrle, Chris Weiss, Gayle Woeck- 
ner, Linda Will, Sue Shartz, Bonnie Wilson. Row 2: Mrs. Tornstrom, Susan Werle, Sue Winger, Linda Whitney, Marilyn Winters, Debby White, 
Becky Weyrick, Steve Williamson, Donald Wolfe. Row 3: Tom Weslee, Jim Winsor, Donald White, Kris Will, Greg Wies, Ed Weber, Randy 
Wohlgemuth, Ken Winchester. Not Pictured: Leroy Wells, Robyn West, John Wheeler, Craig Willard, Robert Wilson. 




Mr. Weisenberg Bottom Row (L to R): Patricia Skrjanc, Donna Skokai, Chris Shiran, Sandra Shenk, Sue Sherman, flow Z.- 
David Sivert. Susan Slivers. Rita Sheridan, Marlene Seredich, Bill Stephens, Mr. Weisenberg. flow 3. Charlene Simons, Marie 
Skedel, Pam Sinkovic, Debby Serksnis, Karen Shriver. Row 4: Gary Shaffer, James Sheppard, Tom Skrout. Paul Shumaker, Tom 
Skerowske. flow 5,- Andy Shusteric, Richard Setina, John Shuber, Richard Siedler, Jeff Skapm, Michael Sfura. 





SOPHOMORES 



Miss Simonich Bottom Row L to R): Judy Stress, Bobbi Theil, Susan Taddie, Peggy SIrok, Gail Tabb. Row 2; Miss J. 
Simonich, Julie Sutphin, Gayle Svetin, Pat Tanner, Ctiris Szabo, Cathy Tabb. Row 3: Judy Suslarsic. Tim Strang, Mike 
Telich, Linda Sylte, Gayle Seitz, Geoffrey Tanner. Row 4: Tom Teare, Bob Taylor, Jeff Strobel, Jim Slouffer, Dennis 
Straub, Bruce Stout. Row 5. Dan Strell, Mike Szabo, Jim Stiscak, Tom Tekavic, Ptiil Stravarace. Wo( Pictured: Kathy 
Tancredi, Barb Thomas. 




Mr. Harper Bottom Row (L to R): Cheryl Crawford, Annette Kuchling, Joy Scheurman, Barb Thomas, Pat Kaston, VIcki Festini, 
Marilyn Bauer, Alison Brown. Row 2: Janice Hocevar, Charlene Reya, Judy Neuman, Darlene Franks, Kathy Tancredi, Mark Palmer, 
James Arko, Chris Gaydos. How 3: Clifford Keyes, Mike Balale, Ron Lyman, Leroy Wells, Frank Yoder, Bill Christensen. flow 4: Skip 
Garth, Robert Civic, Gary Jones, Roland Pischinger, Dave Cooney, Frank Houser, Bill Ostrander. 

Mr. L. Smith Bottom Row (L to R): Ghalia Nakshbendi, Leslie Rohr, Lynn Rosa, Denise Riggs, Rita Riley, Marybeth Rooney, Becky 
Rohrer. Row 2: Pat Nosker, Pamela Roberts, Kathy Roeder, Charlene Rudiak, Kim Mattson, Christine Mistretta, Mr. Larry Smith, flow 3.- 
Mike Roszak, Don Mannarino, Scott Roach, Pete Romano. Terry Roehr, Forrest Ross. Row 4: Doug Romoser, Joe Roman, Scott Robbins, 
Doug Rutti, Mark Rotar, Byron Robbins. Not pictured: Bruce Ruark, Tom Roemer. 




LAUREL LYNN ABRAHAM 
FT.A. 2, 3; Sophomore Mixed Cho 
Survey Business Staff 4; Swim Show ( 
3, 4; Wai Napolo 3, 4. 



VICTOR ABRATANSKI 
JOHN ACCETTOLA 



GERALDINE MARIE ADAMICH Geri 

Big Show 3, 4; Student Director 3; Eucuyo 4; Publicity 
Editor 4; Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A, 2; Humanities 4; 
1.0 S. 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3. 4. Art Co-Editor 4; Survey Training 
Club 2; Voices of Art 4, Social Chairman 4, Treasurer 
4; Winter Play 2, 3, 4. 



DENNIS ADAMS "D" 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; 
Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Leitermen s 
Club 3, 4; Letlerman 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4. 



FRANK ANDRULIS 

Baseball 2: Football 4; Lettermen'; 

4; Track 3, 4 



KENNETH ANDRULIS 
Key Club 3, 4; Magnurt 



Funny 
Club 4; Letterman 



Ken 
World Affairs Club 



SANDRA APPLE 
Folk Club 3. 4 



MICHAEL DUANE APPLEQUIST Mike 

J.V. Basketball 2; Chess Club 4; Cross Country 3, 4: 
Football Statistics 4; Lettermen's Club 2. 3, 4, Treasure 

4; Letlerman 2, 3. 4; N.A.S.S 

Society 3, 4; Science Seminal 
Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Indoor Track 2, 3, 4 



JAMES K, ASHDOWN 



_, _, ., National Honor 
2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; Stamp 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3; 



LYNNE CLAIRE SANA Lynne 

Friendship 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; I. OS. 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Choral Masters 3; 
E-Room Activities 3, 4, Chairman 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 3: Student Council 
Executive Board 3, 4. Secretary 3; Sv/im Show 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Chorale 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; 
Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4. Tri-Editor 4; Swm Leaders 
2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4 



RICHARD BARANOWSKI 



KENNETH WILLIAM BARBER 



JOE BARBISH 



CINDY BARNEY 

Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2 



ELDA AITCIN-BRIANO 
Transfer Student 4; A 
Store 4; G.A.A. 4 



Elda-Baby 
can Field Service 4; Book 



DAVID LEE AITES Dave 

Foremen's Club 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



MICHELLE ALBERTONE 



DAVID ATEN 



TERRY ATVES 
Baseball 2 



KATHY JEAN AUFMUTH Mick 

Euclidian Training Club 9; F.T.A. 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4 



BERNELL BARON 

Magnum Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2 



FRANK BARRESI 



EDWARD HOWES BARRETT JR. Ed 

Chess Club 4; Movie Club 3, 4; Radio Club 4; Cadet 
Band 2, 4; Marching Band 2, 4 



CLAYTON W. ALLBERY 



JOANNE ELIZABETH ALLCHIN Joanne 

Ad Club 3; E-Room Activities 2; Euclidian Editorial 
Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 

2, 3, Vice-President 2, 3; Future Teachers 2; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 3. 4; Winter 
Festival Committee 3. 4; I.O.S. 3. 4; Prom Committee 

3, 4; Senior Class Cabinet 4, Secretary 4; Spirits 4, 
Secretary 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4 



SHARON LYNN ALLEN 
Choral Masters 4; Sopho 



Allen 
Mixed Choir 2, 3; Student 



Council Representative 4; Youth for Christ 2, 3 



ANDREW ALTENWEG Andy 

Cross Country 3; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen's Club 2, 

3, 4; Letterman 2, 3. 4; Stagecraft 4; Track 2, 3, 4, 
Captain 4 



JOHN G. AUGUSTINE 
Science Seminar 3 



JENNIFER LEE AULTZ Jenny 

A F.S. 3, 4, Executive Board 4, Candidate 3; F.T.A. 3, 4, 
Executive Board 4; I Q.S. 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spectrum 3, 4, Executive Board 
4; Big Show 2. 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Humanities 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; 
Survey Training Club 3; Spirits 3, 4; Student Council 
Representative 3; Survey Editorial Staff 4 



LAURA AZMAN 
Friendship 2 



IRENE BACON 



DANIEL BARRICK 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Marching Band 2, 3 



DAVID BARRICK 



MARTHA BARTEL 

Ad Club 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4 



ANDREW MICHAEL BARTRAM 



Danny 

Dave 

Marty 

Andy 



Irene 
Ma)orette Club 3, 4; 



DONNA LEE BASS Donna 

F.B.L.A. 4; G.A A. 4; Big Show 3; E-Room Activities 4; 
Homecoming Committee 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2, 4 



DAVINA BAUER 



RICHARD A. AMATO 
J.V. Football 2 



TOM AMES 
Soccer 2, 3 



JAMES AMMON 



LISA BAILEY 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Eucuyo 3, 4; Human Relatit 
nar 4; Humanities 4; National Honor Soci( 
Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Concert Master 3. 4; Politic 
Club 3; Radio Club 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 
Scouts E.H.S. 3 



CYNTHIA JEAN BAILLIE 



Lisa 

Semi- 
3, 4; 



GAIL ANN BEDNAR 



LINDA BEECHUK Linda 

C.O.E. 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Majorette 
Club 2 



CAROLYN ANN BEEMAN Carol 

Friendship 2; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3: Ski Club 2; 
E-Room Activities 4; Junior Red Cross 2 



CARMEN AMOROSO 



SUSAN AMOROSO 



ALBERT BAKA 
Student Council 



JOHN DAVID BELL Ding Dong 

Baseball 3. 4; E-Room Activities 4; Football 3. 4; J.V. 
Football 2; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4 



CAMPBELL BLACKBURN AMOS T-Bone 

Folk Club 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3 



DEBORAH JANE ANDERSON 
Transfer Student, 2 



BETH ANDREW 



DIANE ANDREWS Dicky 

Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; Human Relations Seminar 
4; Student Council Representative 3, 4 



PEGGY BALLARD W.B. 

Folk Club 2, 4, Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Ski Club 
4; Spectrum 4; Prom Committee 3 



DON BALLENTINE Don 

Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3. 4; Letter- 
men's Club 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3. 4 



DAVID BALOGH 



DEAN BAMMERLIN Dean 

Big Show 2, 3. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Talent Scouts 4; Varsity Chorale 4; Stage 
Craft 2 



ANN M. BELTZ 



SHELLEY ANN BENEDICT Shelley 

Folk Club 2, 4; Human Relations Seminar 4 



ROBERT CHARLES BENNETT Bob 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; Football 3, 4; 
J.V. Football 2; Foreman's Club 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Student Council Representative 3 



BARBARA BENSON Barbi 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Folk Club 2; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Humanities 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3. 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4; Swim Show 3, 4; Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 4; Wai 
Napolo 3, 4. 



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DENNIS ANTHONY BERARDINELLI Dennis 

Bowling 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Soccer 2, 3, 4 



SHARON BERZANSKE 



BILL BESSIRE Bill 

D.E.C.A. 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Golf Club 2, 3; 
Magnum Club 4 



JOANNE BiLIClC Joanne 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Choral Masters 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2; 
Humanities 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Swim Show 
3, 4; Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 4; Wai Napolo 3, 4; World 
Affairs Club 2, 4 



BARBARA BRANDICH Barb 

Foll< Club 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 3. 4; Spec- 
trum 4; Student Council Representative Alternate 3; 
Up With People 4, Secretary 4 



DEBORAH BRASS 

Sl<i Club 2; Voices of Art 2; Youth Power 2 



MARILYN LEE BRAUN Marilyn 

F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; Ski 
Club 4 



EDWARD BREEZE 



TIMOTHY BRENNAN 



WILLIAM BUIKUS 



LINDA SUE BURKHART Linda 

Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; Human 
Relalions Seminar 4; Spectrum 4 



JEFFREY LEE BURNS Jeff 

Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3. 4; Key 

Club 4; Lettermen's Club 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; Swim 
Team 2, 3, 4; J.V. Tennis 2; Varsity Tennis Team 3, 4 



DONNA ELAINE BURRIS Donna 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 3 



JANICE BIRR Jan 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Cadet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 3. 4; 
Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.N.C. 2; 
Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 
3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 3 



MARGARET ANNE BRIGDEN Peg 

Choral Masters 3. 4, Executive Board 4; Friendship Club 



2; G A,A, 2; Sopho 



CAROL ANI^ BRITVIC 



Mixed Choir 2; Hall Guard 4 



BARBARA ANN BUTT Barb 

Big Show 2. 3; Book Store 2, 3; Chevron Society 2, 3; 
Concert Band 2. 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, 
Faculty Editor 3. Editor-in-Chief 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; GAA. 2 3. Treasurer 3; Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; 
I.Q.S. 3. 4; Marching Band 2. 3, 4; National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; Orchestra 2; Spirits 4 



JEFFERY BISH 



LAURA BLATECKY 



Book Store 2; G.A.A, 2, 3, 4; Girl's Track 2; Girl's 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Girl's Varsity Softball 2, 3 



LORRIE JO BROTHERS 



CHERYL BROWN Cheri 

F.N C. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; Student Council Representative 2; Up With 
People 4 



ANDREA LYNN CABLE Ann 

Transfer Student 3. C.O.E. 4 



CAROLE LYNN CAGHAN Carole 

Big Show 3, 4; F.N.C. 2, 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Fall Play 4; 
Winter Play 3, 4 



SCOTT BOETTCHER 

Radio Club 4; Science Seminar 3, 4 



DIANE MARIE BROWN Diane 

Transfer Student 3. F.B.L.A. 2; G A.A. 2; Student Coun- 
cil Representative 2 



THOMAS CAINE 



KAREN BOHN 



DENNIS EARL BOSCO Bear 

Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 
4; Key Club 2; Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 4; Stage- 



CAROL BOTTS 
Transfer Student 2 



GARY ALBERT BOTTS 



Garrison 



Transfer Student 2; A.F.S. 2, 3; Big Show 2, 4; Eucuyo 
4; Euclidian Business Staff 3. 4; Euclidian Training Club 
2: Homecoming Committee 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; Linguist 
Club 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 
3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spring Play 
2, 3; Fall Play 2, 3; Slageciaft 2; Student Council Exe- 
cutive Board 4. Vice-President 4; Survey Training Club 
3; Winter Play 2, 3, 4; World Affairs Club 2, 3 



MICHAEL ALAN BOUR 



SANDRA JOYCE BRACHLOW Sandi 

Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Substitute 2; E-Room 
Activities 4; Friendship Club 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 
2: Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 4; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4; Cheering Block 2 



KAREN BRADDOCK 



KATHLEEN BRADDOCK Kathy 

Choral Masters 4; Girl's Concert Choir 3; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2 



JANICE BRADSHAW Jan 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Folk Club 4; Friendship 
Club 2. 3, Secretary 3. F.T.A. 2, 3; Executive Board 3; 
Girl's Concert Choir 2; Human Relations Seminar 4; 
Majorette Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spectrum 
3. 4; Student Council Representative 2; Student Council 
Executive Board 4; Winter Festival Committee 4 



RICHARD D. BROWN Duck 

Baseball 2. 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Choral Mas- 
ters 3. 4; E-Room Activities 3, 4; Football 2. 3. 4: J.V. 
Football 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Swim Lead- 
ers 2, 3; Lettermen's Club 2. 3. 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3. 



LOREN BRUMBAUGH Larry 

Transfer Student 3. Big Show 3. 4; Bowling 3; Choral 
Masters 3, 4; E-Room Activities 3, 4; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Humanities 4; Key Club 3; Prom Committee 
3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Senior Cabinet 4 



ELWOOD T. BRUNNER 



Skip 

Boys' Gymn Leaders 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2. 3. 4; 
Key Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Director 3, Treasurer 4; Letter- 
men's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; 
Science Seminar 2; Swim Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 



DAVID ALLEN BRUNSON Dave 

Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4; Key 
Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Let- 
terman 2, 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; Science Seminar 2; 
Swim Team 2, 3. 4, Captain 4; Key Club Junior Direc- 
tor 3 



LINDA ANN BRYANT Red 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Hu- 
man Relations Seminar 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Girl's Basketball 3; Student 
Council Representative 3, 4 



LENORE BUCHHOLZ Lenore 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Girl's Concert 
Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Majorette Club 2, 3; 
Student Council Representative 3 



SUSAN BUCHWALD 
Girl's Concert Choir 2 



THOMAS JOSEPH BUDAS 
Baseball 2. 3, 4; J.V. Football 2 



THOMAS JOSEPH BUDAS Bude 

American Field Service 3, 4, Executive Board 4; Camera 
Club 2; E-Room Activities 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 
3. 4. Co-Ads Manager 4; Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; 
Homecoming Committee 2, 4; Human Relations Seminar 
4; I OS, 3. 4; Junior Cabinet 3: Key Club 2. 3, 4; 
Linguist Club 2; N.F.L. 4; Prom Committee 3. 4; Winter 
Festival Commitlee 3. 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 
3. 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Junior Class Treasurer 3; 
Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 4; Intramurals 
4; Sophomore Play 2 



PAULA CALABRO Paula 

Transfer Student 3. N.F.L. 4; Spectrum 4 



CHRISTOPHER CAMERON Chris 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; J.V. 
Swim Team 3 



DERRELL CAPES Big D 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3. 4; Folk Club 4; Human 
Relations Seminar 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4 



JUDENE MARIE CAPICCIONI 
CO E. 4; F B.L A. 4 



JOANN LORETTA CARANFA 



DOUGLAS CARNEY 



CATHLEEN CARPENTER 

E-Room Activities 4; Winter Play 3 



MARY CARROLL 



LINDA CARTER 



Judy 

Jo 

Doug 
Cathy 

Mary 



MARY LOUISE CATER Mary Lou 

Book Store 3, 4; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Girl's Con- 
cert Choir 2, 3; Spectrum 4 



THOMAS CATHCART Cat 

Cross Country 3, 4; Key Club 2. 3. 4; Lettermen's Club 
4; Letterman 4; Wrestling 4; J.V. Wrestling 2, 3 



CHRISTINE CEBRON 



RANDALL D. CEBUL Randy 

Choral Masters 3. 4; Cross Country 2: Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2: Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Boys' Swim 
Leaders 2, 3; 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 3, 
President 4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; 
N.A.S.S. 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Prom 
Committee 4; Spirits 3, 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 2; Swim Team 2, 3, 4 



FRANK J. CERCEK Tiger 

Football 3. 4; J.V. Football 2; Stagecraft 4; Wrestling 
3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2 



THERESA ANN CERNE 
C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A, 2 



WAYNE CETINICH Wayne 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; 
Marching Band 2; Ski Club 2. 3, 4; Spectrum 4; Stage- 



PATRICK CHABAL Pat 

Choral Masters 4; Linguist Club 4; Soccer 4; Foreign 
Exchange Student 4 



BONNIE SUE CHAMPA Bonnie 

C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; Girl's Concert Choir 2 



MICHAEL CHANDLER 



GARY ROBERT CHAUNCE 



BRIAN P. CONTI 



PAMELA COONEY -■ Bee-Bee 

Big Show 3; Cadet Band 2, 3; Concert Band 3. 4; 
Junior Red Cross 2; F.N C. 2, 3, 4, Executive Board 4; 
Clinic Secretary 2, 3. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; N.F.L, 4; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Pit Band 
4; Spring Play 4; Fall Play 4; Survey Business Staff 4; 
Survey Training Club 3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4; 
Winter Play 3; Drama Workshop 4 



JAY ALAN COST ^S?S7! Jay 

Human Relations Seminar ij; Key Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4 



MARJORIE L, COSTELLO Margie 

C.O.E. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2 



LORRAINE KAREN COURTNEY Lorraine 

FN.C, 3; F.T.A. 3; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Spectrum 3 



GARY COWPER 



GLORIA ANN DE MARIO Gloria 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girl's 
Concert Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 3; I.Q.S. 4; 
Majorette Club 2, 3; Majorette Substitute 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3: Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



JOANN DE MELL 
G.A A. 2; Ski Club 4; 



JOHN DEMING 

Linguist Club 2; Football 3. 4; J.V. Football 2 



KENT DEMSHAR Demshar 

Transfer Student 4; Folk Club 4; Ski Club 4 



DEBORAH DENNEY Debbie 

E-Room Activities 2; Friendship Club 2; Linguist Club 2 



HOWARD DENNEY Butch 

Football 4; Boys Gym Leaders 3: Lettermen's Club 2: 
Letterman 2 



DEBORAH LYNN CHERRY 
Ski Club 2, 4; Spectrum 4 



RICHARD CHESNIC 



DARLENE CHIREALLO 



SHIRLEY ANN CHISHOLM Shirley 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Youth Power 4 



LINDA L. GRAIN 
C.O.E. 4 



SANDRA IRENE CRAWFORD Sandy 

Transfer Student 3. Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; 
Linguist Club 3; Spectrum 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



ROBERT MICHAEL CUEVAS Bob 

Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Letterman 3, 4; Orchestra 3; 
Track 3. 4 



LEO DE PRETIS Lee 

Foremen's Club 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 3; Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3; Wrestling 2 



KATHLEEN DERESKA Kathy 

Eucuyo 4; Folk Club 2; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4 



DEBORAH DETWEILER Debbie 

C.O.E. 4; Junior Red Cross 2; F.N.C. 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; Linguist Club 4 



LYNN CHRISTOPHER 
Friendship Club 2, 3 



MICHAEL CIFRANIC 



MICHAEL THOMAS CUNNINGHAM Hunyck 

NFL. 4 



CHARLES DANIAL CUTRONE 



ARTHUR BERNARD DEVLIN Art 

Transfer Student 2; Junior Red Cross 2; Human Re- 
lations Seminar 4; Linguist Club 2 



CAROLE LEE DEVOR 



GARY CIPRIAN Garr 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3. 4; Cross Country 2, 3; 
E-Room Activities 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; 
Key Club 2. 3. 4, Executive Board 3. 4; Lettermen's 
Club 2, 3. 4; Letterman 2. 3; Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 4; Spring Play 3, 4; 
Fall Play 3; Student Council Representative 2; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S, 3; Track 2, 3; Wrestling 3: Winter Play 
3; J.V. Wrestling 2 



RAY CLANCY "Chops" 

Choral Masters 2, 3. 4; Football 4; J.V. Football 2; 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 4; 
Key Club 2; Spirits 4 



RICHAflD STEWART CLARK. , Dick 

Baseball 2. 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
N.A.S.S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3. 4 



LYNNE THEA CLIMO Lynne 

Big Show 2. 3. 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Linguist Club 
2, 3; NFL. 2, 3: Orchestra 3; Political Affairs Club 2; 
Winter Play 4; Mixed Chorus 4; Stagecraft 4 



RICHARD CVETKOVIC 



BRIAN DADLOW 



JILL SUSAN DAMBERGER Jill 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Linguist Club 2. 3. 4; Majorette Club 
2; Senior Scandal 3; Spectrum 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4; Varsity Chorale 
3,4 



DEBORAH DAVIDSON Debbie 

Friendship Club 2; F.T A. 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; 

Ski Club 2; Survey Business Staff 3; Survey Training 
Club 2; Swim Leaders 4 



CAROL DAVIS Carol 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 4; FN.C 2, 3; 
Homecoming Committee 3. 4; Spirits 4; Pink Panthers 4 



JAMES GARY DAVIS 

Cadet Band 2, 3: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



ALAN Dl BIASIO Escape 

Folk Club 3. 4; Football 3: Linguist Club 2, 3; Science 
Seminar 2, 3, 4 



DAVID Dl BIASIO Dave 

Cross Country 3. 4; E-Room Activities 4; Boys' Gym 
Leaders 2. 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3. 4, Vice-President 4 
Lettermen's Club 3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4 
Wrestling 3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2; Tennis 2, 3 



PHILIP DICKINSON Phil 

Book Store 2; E-Room Activities 4; Junior Red Cross 
3; Folk Club 2; Boys' Gym Loaders 2; Linguist Club 
2, 3; Movie Club 2; Ski Club 2; Youth Power 3 



PHYLLIS DICKINSON 



DIANE MARIE DIECKMANN Deek 

Junior Red Cross 3; Girls' Leaders Club 4; Linguist 
Club 2. 3 



DOREEN MAE CLINE 



BRUCE COHEN 



BRIAN CARL COLLINS 



FRANK PHILLIP CONGIN 



CYNTHIA ANN CONLEY Cindy 

Friendship Club 2. 4. F.T.A, 4; G.A.A. 4; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2, 3; Majorette Club 2. 3; N F.L. 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative Alternate 2; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 4 



WILLIAM DOUGLAS DE BENEDICTIS Bill 



LOIS J. DECKER 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



DENNIS DELANEY Dennis 

Transfer Student 4 



BONNIE JOAN DIETRICH Bonnie 

A F S. 4; F.B.L.A. 2; FT A. 2, 3. 4. Executive Board 4; 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4: Prom 
Committee 3; Spectrum 4 



SANDRA LYNN Dl NARDO Sandy 

Ad Club 3. 4; Friendship Club 2; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2, 3 



RALPH DOESBURG 



SANDRA LOUISE DOLES 



Sandy 



MARGIE DELL 



Friendship Club 2; FT A 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 4; I.Q.S. 
3, 4; Prom Committee 3: Spectrum 3; Spirits 4; Survey 
Editorial Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2 



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BARBARA JEAN DONGRESS 



TERRY DONOVAN Slim 

E-Room Aclivrties 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Linguist 
Club 2, 3: Prom Committee 3; Spring Play 3; Slagecralt 
3: Student Council Representative 2; Voices ol Art 4; 
Winter Play 3 



SHARON DORN 

Ad Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4 



STEVEN DORNBUSCH 



ANTHONY DOTTORE 



CYNTHIA DOWNEN 



ELAINE DOYLE Elaine 

E-Room Activities 4; Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; G-A.A. 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Hu- 
manities 3, 4; Linguist Club 2, 3; Radio Club 3, 4; Ski 
Club 4; Girls' Volleyball 3, 4; Spring Play 3; Stagecraft 
3; Student Council Representative 3 



CLIFFORD FRANK DROBNICK CliH 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; Football 3. 4; 
J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 3, 4; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; 
J.V. Swim Team 2 



ROBERT EDWARDSEN Robert 

Baseball 2, 3. 4; Basketball 3. 4; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Letterman 3, 4; Stagecraft 2 



MARILYN EIKENBURG Dale 

Big Stiov* 3; E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Business 
Stall 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 
2, 3; F B L A. 2. 3; G A.A 2. 3; Homecoming Court 4 
10. 8. 4; Linguist 2; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Stu 
dent Council Representative 4; Survey Training Club 3 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4; Voices of Art 4; Co-ed Volley 
ball 4 



RITA ELLIS 



PATRICIA ANNE ELLISON Patt 

Ctioral Masters 3. 4; Friendship Club 2; Sophomore 
Mixed Ctioir 2; Majorette Club 2; Ski Club 2; Student 
Council Representative 2; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



KEITH ELSHAW 



CAROL C. EMMERT Candy 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Book Store 2, 4; Choral Masters 3; 
Girl's Concert Choir 2: Humanities 3. 4; Varsity Chorale 
4; Winter Play 2 



MONICA KATHRYN ENDERS 
Girl's Concert Choir 2 



JOHN JOSEPH ENGEL 
J.V. Football 2 



DIANE IRIS FELLMAN Fell 

A F.S. 3, 4; Eucuyo 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 2; F.N.C. 2; Humanities 4; 
I. OS. 3, 4; Linguist Club 2, 3; N.F.L. 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Swim Show 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4 



RUSS FENSTER Russ 

Chess Club 3, 4, President 4; Human Relations Seminar 
4; Political Affairs Club 3; Science Semmar 3. 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 4 



JOHN BAPTIST FERLITO John 

Soccer 4, Captain 4; Wrestling 4; J.V. Wrestling 2 



ROBERT THEODORE FERRELL Bob 

Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2. 3. 4 



KENNETH R. FICERE 
Bowling 2 



CAROLE FIERLE 



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ARLENE FLORIA Arlene 

F.T.A. 4; G.A.A. 3; Human Relations Seminar 4; Hu- 
manities 3: Linguist Club 2; Spectrum 3. 4; Survey 
Business Staff 4; Youth Council on Human Relations 4; 
Up With People 4 



ANDREA FOCARETO Andi 

Folk Club 2; Survey Business Staff 4; Survey Training 
Club 3 



DANEEN DUGAN Dannie 

A. F.S. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4; E-Room Activi- 
ties 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; Friendship Club 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2. 3; 
Homecoming Committee 4; I. OS. 3, 4; Linguist Club 
2, 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 4, Treasurer 4; Fall 
Play 4; Spectrum 4; Winter Play Student Director; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 3; Student Council Execu- 
tive Board 4; Mixed Choir 4 



THOMAS WILLIAM DUGAN Tom 

Baseball 2: Bowling 2, 3; E-Room Activities 4; Humani- 
ties 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4, Executive Board 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Student Council 
Representative 2 



MICHAEL ENRIGHT Snake 

J.V. Football 2; Stagecraft 4; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 2; Print Shop Foreman 



SHARON ERICKSON Sharon 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2 



JANIS IRENE ESSEX Stretch 

Friendship Club 2; F N.C. 2, 3. 4; Linguist Club 2 



RICHARD DAVIS EVANS 



RAYMOND ALBERT FORCE Ray 

Prom Committee 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Repre- 



SANDRA KATHLEEN FORKER Fanny Fern 

Big Show 2; Folk Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3; Human 
Relations Seminar 4; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; Fall Play 2; 
Stagecraft 2, 3; Winter Play 3 



LAURA MARIE FORSYTHE Laura 

FT. A. 2. 3. 4; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 

Spectrum 4; Survey Editorial Staff 4; Survey Training 
Club 3 



TIMOTHY DULAR 



CHARLES EVIN Chuck 

Transfer Student 3; Key Club 3: Science Seminar 3 



CATHERINE ANN FOSTER Cathy 

Book Store 4; F.T.A. 3; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; Spec- 



DOUGLAS KEITH DUNCAN Doug 

Big Show 3; Choral Masters 3; Varsity Chorale 4 



RANDY DUTKO Dut 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Boys' Gym Lead- 
ers, 2, 3, 4; Youth Power 3, 4 



JAMES DUTROW 



MARY DUTROW Mary 

G.A.A. 2; Ski Club 3; Girls' Field Hockey 2 



WILLIAM C. FAGAN Bill 

A. F.S. 3; Bookstore 2, 3, 4; Humanities 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council Representative 4 



PATRICIA FAIKEN Pat 

Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 
2; Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; I.Q.S. 
3, 4; Pink Panthers 4 



DALE FANNEY Lead Man 

Eucuyo 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 4; 
Soccer 3. 4; J.V. Swim Team 2; Gymnastics Club 
2. 3, 4 



GERALD FOSTER 



BRUCE CHARLES FOX 
J V. Swim Team 2 



BARBARA LYNN MARIE FRABOTTA 



Gerry 
The Fox 

Barbara 



DENISE FRAK Dee-Dee 

Eucuyo 4; Folk Club 2; Friendship Club 2. 3; Girl's 

Concert Choir 2; Girls' Leaders Club 3. 4; Ski Club 2; 
Girls' Basketball 2, 3; Girls' Volleyball 2 



CHARLES EASTABROOKS 



MARTIN JOHN EBLE Marty 

Choral Masters 3. 4; Cross Country 3; E-Room Activities 
4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 
4; Humanities 3. 4; Key Club 3, 4; Linguist Club 2: Prom 
Committee 2. 3; Senior Scandal 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student 
Council Executive Board 4; Track 2; Varsity Chorale 4 



LESLIE EDWARDS 



NANCY ANN EDWARDS Buckwheat 

Friendship Club 2. 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Linguist Club 2; Prom Committee 3; Survey 
Editorial Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; Office Help 3 



NICHOLAS DON FARINACCI 



JAMES ANTHONY FARIZEL 



E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Folk Club 2. 3, 4; Ski Club 
2, 3. 4. President 4; Soccer 4; Talent Scouts 3, 4; 
Track 4 



LINDA SUE FARLEY Linda 

E-Room Activities 2. 3. 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; 
Ski Club 2, 3 



KATHLEEN ANN FEDERICO Fed 

A, F.S. 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 
3. 4, Copy Editor 4; Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; 
G A.A 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Girls' Leaders 
Club 3, 4. Historian 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; 
Linguist Club 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 2; Varsity Chorale 4 



JOHN ANDREW FRANCIS Jack 

Choral Masters 3. 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Var- 
sity Chorale 4 



VISHNA FRANIC Vishna 

A F.S 2. 3. 4; Euclidian Business Staff 3, 4. Manager 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2, 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Human Relations 
Seminar 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Spectrum 4 



MARY CAROL FREY 
Friendship Club 2, 3: F.T.A. 



CYNTHIA FRIED Cyndi 

Friendship Club 2; F.B L A. 3; G.A.A. 4; Majorette 
Club 2 



ALAN FRIETCHEN Alan 

Transfer Student 2. 



MARIANNE FRUEBOES 



DAVID R. FUSECK 



SARAH CASSANDRA GOSLEE Sar 

Big Show 2. 3, 4; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4; Humanities 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Pit 
Band 2, 3, 4; Spirits 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Swim 
Leader 4 



RITA GRAHAM 



TIM HAASE HOSS 

Football 3; J,V. Football 2; Foremen's Club 2. 3, 4; 
Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3. 4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3 



DAVID M. HALLER David 

Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 4 



WILMA GALLAHER 



JANET GRAVES 
Friendship Club 2 



PETER JOHN HALLER Pete 

Chess Club 4; Political Affairs Club 4; Stamp Club 2, 
3; J.V. Swim Team 2, 3 



LAWRENCE ROBERT GAMER 



HARRY GANT Father Harry 

E-Room Activities 3. 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 2: J.V. Wres- 
tling 2 



JIM GARLAND 



STEPHEN GARVAS 



CHRISTINE GEER Chrissy 
Friendship Club 2. 4, Service Chairman 4; Girl's Con- 
cert Choir 2; Spirits 4; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2, 3 



PATRICIA GEPHART Pat 

Junior Red Cross 2; Student Council Representative 3 



NANCY JO GERE Nancy 
Choral Masters 3, 4: E-Room Activities 4; Friendship 
Club 2. 4. Senior President 4; F.T.A. 3. 4; Girl's Con- 
cert Choir 2: Student Council Representative 2 



VINCENT L. GREGORIC 

Folk Club 4; Human Relations Seminar 4 



DAVID L. GRIESHAMMER Dave 

Swim Leaders 4; Swim Team 4; J.V. Swim Team 3: 
J.V. Wrestling 2 



DAVID ALAN GRIFFIS 

Big Show 3; Boys' Gym Leaden 



BETTY GRIGONIS Betty 

E-Room Activities 4; Folk Club 4; Friendship Club 
2; F.TA. 2. 3. 4; G A.A 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; 
Homecoming Committee 4; Majorette Club 2; N.F.L. 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Ski Club 4; Fall 
Play 3; Student Council Executive Board 4; Swim 
Show 3, 4; Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 4; Wai Napolo 3 
4; Winter Play 3, 4 



SHARON M. GRIMES Sherri 

Cheerleaders 2; Substitute 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; 
Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Homecoming 
Committee 3; Lellermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
N.F.L. 3. 4, Vice-President 4; National Honor Society 
3. 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4; Fall 
Play 3; Student Council Representative 4; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 



ROBERT HALTERMAN 



ELIZABETH STEADMAN HAMBY Beth 

Cadet Band 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3 



WILLIAM BRENT HAMILTON Bebes 

Football 3, 4. Tri-Captain 4; J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym 
Leaders 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 2, 3. 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Stagecraft 2, 3, 4 



KAREN HANCOVSKY Karen 

Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Spring 
Play 3 



DIANE HANNAN 
F.N.C. 2 



JAMES D. HANSON 



MILFERD CURTIS HANSON JR. 



PATRICIA ANN GIBBONS Pat 

A.F.S. 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; Humanities 
3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 
Representative 3. 4; Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; 
Commencement Usher 3 



NANCY K. GIBBS 



ROBERT M. GILES Crisco 

Transfer Student 3: Foremen's Club 3; Stagecraft 4 



ROSEMARY E. GILLESPIE 
F.N.C. 2 



JAY P. GLICK 

Foremen's Club 4; Stagecraft 4 



ALAN B. GOLDSTAYN Alan 

A.F.S. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Radio 
Club 4; Science Seminar 3, 4 



DENNIS FRANK J GOLON Denny 

Magnum Club 2; Radio Club 4; Ski Club 4 



PATRICIA ANN GOMBACH 
F.B.L.A. 2 



SPIROS EMANUEL GONAKIS The Greek 

Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



KAREN ANN GONAS 
N.F.L 2; F.N.C. 3 



KIRSTEN GROCE 
Transfer Student 3 



BELINDA GROMLEY Bindy 

Big Show 3; F.N C. 4; Magnum Club 2, Secretary 2 



GARY GUENTHER Gary 

Big Show 4; E-Room Activities 4; Magnum Club 4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



TIMOTHY GULICH Ottie 

J.V. Basketball 2; E-Room Activities 4; Football 3; 
J.V. Football 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
Representative 2; Track 2 



SALLY GULICH Gulch 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3. 4; Spectrum 4 



LAUREL GULICK Laurie 

Cheerleaders 2, 3. 4; Friendship Club 2; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Homecoming Court 3; Lettermen's Club 
3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Swim Show 3, 4; 
Swim Leaders 3, 4; Talent Scouts 3, 4; Wai Napolo 
3, 4 



SUZANNE MARIE GUSTETIC 



Sue 



Euclidian Business Staff 4; Euclidian Training Club 
3: Friendship Club 2. 3; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; 1 OS. 4; N.F.L. 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior 
Scandal 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2; 
Survey Training Club 2 



ALAN HERMAN GUTTMAN 
Baseball 2, 3, 4 



MARY C. HARE Mary 

Student Council Representative 2 



MIKE HARRIS Mike 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Folk Club 2, 3, 4; FT A. 2, 3; 

Key Club 2: N.F.L. 4; Fall Play 2; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 3; Track 2 



JANICE HARVAN Jan 

Human Relations Seminar 4; Linguist Club 



GARY HASSEL 



JANICE E. HATCHER 



Gary 
Jan 



JOHN WILLIAM GYDOSH 
Track 3 



SUSAN JEANNE HATHAWAY Sue 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Linguist 2 



JEFFREY HAY 
Transfer Student 2 



LIZBETH HEGLAW Boo 

Cheerleaders 3; Euclidian Editoral Staff 3. 4. Photo Edi- 
tor 4; Euclidian Training Club 2. 3; Friendship Club 2; 
G A A. 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; 1 OS. 3, 4; N.F.L. 
4; Student Council Representative 2 



JOHN HEGLER Heg 

DAVID HEHEMAN David 

EWALD HEISE Ewald 

Baseball 2; Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Letter- 
men's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4 



DONALD RICHARD GORJUP Rick 

Baseball 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; J.V. Wres- 
tling 2 



WAYNE HAAS 
Transfer Student 3 



ANN VICTORIA HELMUTH Ann 

Eucuyo 3, 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; Linguist 

Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Seminar 
2, 3, 4 



CAROL ANN HENIKMAN Carol 

F.T.A. 2, 3. 4, Executive Board 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girls' 

Leaders Club 3, 4; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 3, 4 



DANIEL HERRMANN 



SUZANNE HERTFELDER Susie 

E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Hu- 
rran Relations Seminar 4; Prom Commitlee 3, 4 



SUSAN HEWITT 



EVA LOU HIGNITE Eba Lou 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendstlip Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; 

Girl's Concert Choir 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Fall Play 2; 
Student Council Representative 2 



CLARE LOUISE HILLE 



Hille 



Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; 
I.Q.S. 3, 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Co-ed Volleyball 4; 
Spectrum 3, 4, Secretary 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, 
Third Page Editor 4; Survey Training Club 2 



ELAINE SUGA HIRUO Elaine 

Transfer Student 2; A.F.S. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Friend- 
ship Club 3; Human Relations Seminar 4; Survey Edi- 
torial Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; World Affairs 
Club 4 



JACQUELINE HULL 



JUDITH LYNN HULL Judy 

Transfer Student 3; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4 



NANCY HULL Nan 

F.T.A. 3, 4, Executive Board 4; I.Q.S. 4; Linguist Club 
2, 3; Spirits 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3, 4, Second Page 
Editor 4; Survey Training Club 3; World Affairs Club 2 



I^ARC HUIVIPHREY Marc 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; 
Boy's Gym Leaders 2. 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Letter- 
man 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 
4; Swim Team 3. 4; J.V. Swim Team 2 



KOLENE HUNCHAREK 



LAVERNE IVEC 



ANITA KAY JACKSON 
E-Room Activities 4 



GERALD JANCIGAR 



KATHLEEN KADLEC Kathy 

C.O.E. 4; Friendship Club 2. 3; F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4, 
1 easurer 3; Ski Club 3 



JOAN DOROTHY KADOW Joan 

Choral Masters 3, 4; E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friend- 
ship Club 3; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Senior 
Cabinet 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 
2, 3. 4 



DALE KALAMASZ 



Dale 



Cadet Band 2; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Boys' Swim 
Leaders 4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4; 



Leaders ^. ^^,. ....... t. , .^ w.«.^ ... .^, -, ^^.... — .... ... «, -, 

Marching Band 2; N.A.S.S. 2. 3, 4; Science Seminar 
4; Swim Team 2, 3, 4; J.V, Sv ~ ~ ~ ■ ~ 

3. 4 



'Team 2. Track 2, 



SUZANNE KAPLER Sue 

Friendship Club 2. 3; F.T.A. 3. 4; Girl's Concert Choir 
2; Spectrum 4; Stagecraft 2; Voices of Art 4, Treas- 
urer 4 



KAREN LYNN KARBERG Karen 

A.F.S. 3; C.O.E. 4; Friendship Club 2. 3; F.B.L.A. 3; 
F.T.A. 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3 



ANITA KARP 
D.E.C.A. 4 



CAROL HITCHCOCK ..j;^ Hitch 

A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Training 

Club 3; Friendship Club 2; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4, 
Executive Board 4 



CYNTHIA JANSA Cindy 

Friendship Club 2; F.N.C. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; Prom Committee 3; Spectrum 4 



KAREN ANN KATONA Karen 

Euclidian Business Staff 3. 4, Co-Ads Manager 4; 
Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2, 3. 4; G.A A, 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Homecoming 
Committee 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Prom Committee 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4 



DALE HOCEVAR 



JOAN HOCEVAR 



Joanie 

F.B.L.A. 2, 3. 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Student 
Council Representative 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 



RICHARD HOINSKI Hoinker 

Baseball 2; E-Room Activities 4; Football 3, 4; J.V. 
Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



JOHN SCOTT HOLA 



KAREN HOLODNIAK Charlie Brown 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 

Homecommg Committee 4; Linguist Club 2; Ski Club 

4; Girls' Basketball 2. 3, 4 



DIANE HORABIK 



MAUREEN CAROL NORTON Maureen 

Folk Club 2, 4; Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4 



JEANE HORVAT 



ALLEN HORVATH Horvo 

Key Club 3, 4; Marching Band 2; Pep Band 2; Ski 
Club 4; Spectrum 4 



MARY HRDLICA Kathy 

Transfer Student 3; Folk Club 3, 4; Human Relations 
Seminar 4; Political Affairs Club 3; Spectrum 3; World 
Affairs Club 3, 4; Youth Council on Human Relations 4 



MARY LOU ANN HROVAT Lou 

Friendship Club 3; Majorette Club 2; Student Council 
Representative 2. 3 



GREGG HUDDLESTONE 
Bowling 4; Chess Club 4 



JANE JAQUAYS Jane 

Choral Masters 3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 3: Folk Club 4; Friendship Club 3. 4; 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; I.Q.S., Spectrum 3. 4; Var- 
sity Chorale 4 



CHARLES PAUL JAWORSKI 
Transfer Student 4 



FRANK JELENIC 



WILLIAM JERIN 
Wrestling 3 



STEVE JEZERINAC Jezzy 

Football 3. 4; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Letterman 3. 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 
4, Vice-President 4; Spirits 4; Stagecraft 4 



DAVID ALAN JOHNSON 



JUDY JOHNSON Judy 

Choral Masters 3; Friendship Club 2, 3; Girl's Concert 

Choir 2; N.F.L. 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spirits 4; 
Varsity Chorale 4 



ROBERT WAIN JOKELA Bud 

J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 2; 
N.F.L. 2; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2 



SUZANNE L. JOKELA Red 

Big Show 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Spectrum 4; Fall Play 2; 
Stagecraft 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4; Winter Play 3, 4 



DOUGLAS JONES Jug 

Bridge Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Political Affairs Club 3; 
Student Council Representative 3; Youth Power 4 



CHARLENE ANN JOYCE Charley 

C.O.E. 4; Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship Club 2; 
F.B.L.A. 2; G.A.A. 2; Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; Home- 
coming Committee 2, 3; Junior Cabinet 3; Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Student Council Representative 2; Student 
Council Executive Board 3 



GENE KAUFMAN 



SANDRA MARIE KAVEL Sandy 

Big Show 3; Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; 
Homecoming Committee 4; Ma|orette Club 2. 3; Prom 
Committee 4; Ski Club 4 



IRVIN KAYS 



WILLIAM MARTIN KAZEN 



GAYLE JEANETTE KEHRES Gayle 

Chevron Society 4; Junior Red Cross 2: Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Friendship Club 3; F N.C. 3, 4; G.A.A. 
3; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; Spectrum 3; Spirits 4 



KENNETH EUGENE KELEMBER Kenn 

Big Show 4; Concert Band 2 



JOHN DOUGLAS KELLER Doug 

Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3. 4; 
Key Club 2, 3. 4; Lettermen's Club 3. 4; Letterman 
3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3. 4; Swim Team 2. 3. 4 



DOUGLAS EUGENE KELLEY Doug 

J V. Basketball 2; Concert Band 2; Football 3; J.V. 
Football 2; Marching Band 2 



RICHARD W. KELLY 
Golf Club 4 



SHARON LOUISE KELLY Sharon 

Book Store 2, 3, 4; Cadet Band 2; F.B.L.A. 2, 3. Vice- 
President 3 



TIM KENNEALLY 
Transfer Student 4 



DONNA JOYCE KENNY 



TIMOTHY KEOUGH 



Tek 

Hippy 
Tim 



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BONNIE KERMAVNER 



JAMES WILLIAM KERSHAW- ■■:_ Jim 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Boys' 
Swim Leaders 2, 3; I.Q.S. 3, 4: Key Club 2; Marching 
Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Nalional Honor Society 
3, 4; Pep Band 3; Pit Band 3; Survey Editorial Staff 
3, 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3; Swim Team 4; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 3 



ANDREW ALBERT KEVER 



Andy 



CHERYL DIANNE KEYES Cheryl 

Transfer Student 2; Choral Master 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, 

Secretary 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; Linguist Club 
2, 3, 4; Spirits 4 



MICHAEL KICKLE 



ROSEMARY KAY KIMOSH Rose 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; Folk 
Club 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2. 3, 4; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Linguist Club 2; Majorette Club 2, 3; Prom 
Committee 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Spec- 
trum 4; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 2, 
3, 4 



BERNADETTE KIRSCH 
Transfer Student 3; F.T.A. 3, 4 



CHERYL ANN KITKO Cheri 

Cheerleaders 3, Substitute 3; Choral Masters 3, 4; 
E-Room Activities 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Stu- 
dent Council Representative 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 
2, 3, 4 



ROSEMARY CATHERINE KLANCAR Rosie 

F.N.C. 2, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Spectrum 4; 
Spring Play 4 



JUDITH EMILLE KLANN 
Folk Club 2, 3 



PAULAGENE KLEIN 
D.E.C.A. 4 



MICHAEL KOLPS 



DIANA LYNN KOMOCAR ' Kom 

Ads Club 2, 3: Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Sopho- 
more Editor 3. Indentification Editor 4; Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 2, 3; G.A.A. 2; Humanities 4; I.Q.S. 3, 4; 
Spirits 4 



GARY STEVEN JOHN KORDOS 



ROBERTA KORMOS Robin 

Euclidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 

2; Human Relations Seminar 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Survey 
Training Club 2. 3 



VICTORIA ANN KORTHALS The Swede 

Big Show 3. 4; E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Folk Club 
2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Home- 
coming 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4 



JOHN KOSKI 



MARGARET ANN KOSKI Peggy 

E-Room Activities 2, 3, 4; Human Relations Seminar 
4; Ski Club 2 



WILLIAM KOS 



ROSE MARY KOSTELAC Bunny 

COE 4; Friendship Club 3; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 3; 
G A A. 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



SANDRA SOPHIE KOSTELIC Beech 

F.B.L.A. 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



JEAN KOVACIC 
F.B.L.A. 4 



JANET ARDYTHE KOZAK Jan 

Cheerleaders 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Lettermen's Club 4; Student Council 
Representative 3 



THOMAS J. KREN _.^__ Thorn 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3^ 4, Art Editor 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Human Relations Seminar 4; I.Q.S 
3. 4; Key Club 2, 3. 4, Executive Board 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3. 4; Spirits 3; Student Council 
Representative 2; Junior Class President 3; Buckeye 
Boys' State 3 



GARY KRSOLOVIC 



CATHERINE MARIE KRUGER 
Ski Club 3 



GERALD KUCHARSKI 
Folk Club 3 



RITA KUHN 



LORRAINE MARY KURET 



Gary 
Cathy 

J. C. 



ARLENE LACH Arlene 

E-Room Activities 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Major- 
ettes 4; Majorette Club 2, 3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



LINDA MARIE LANG 



SUSAN DIANE LANSER 
F.T.A. 4; G A A. 3, 4 



DAVID CALVIN LAUFER 
Humanities 4; Voices of Art 4 



JOAN LAUKIAVICH 



KATHLEEN LAURICH Kathy 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T A. 3, 4; Girls' Leaders Club 
3, 4, Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Sophomore Rep- 
resentative 2. Sports Co-ordinator 3: Girl's Tennis 
3. 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 3. 4; Girls' Volley- 
ball 2. 3. 4; Girls' Field Hockey 2. 3; Spectrum 4; 
Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 4 



MARY JO KLOCKER Mary Jo 

Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship 2; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4; 
Pink Panther 4, Secretary 4 



DAVID KLOPOVIC Dave 

Cross Country 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2. 3. 4; 
Wrestling 4 



DOLORES KOZAR Dolores 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 3 



ARTHUR STEPHEN KOZIERA 

Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4; Soccer 2 



DENNIS ALLYN LAVORGNA Denny 

Big Show 2, 3. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3. 4; Student 
Council Representative 4; Varsity Chorale 4 



SUSAN LAVRICH 
Spectrum 4; Spirits 4 



KENNETH KRAKAU 



JAMES KNIGHT Jim 

Big Show 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3. 4; Boys' Gym 
Leaders 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 3, 4; Marching Band 
2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Pep Band 4; Pit Band 3. 4; Ski 
Club 4; Swim Team 3; J.V. Swim Team 2 



KATHERINE KOCHEVAR Kit 

Book Store 2; Folk Club 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Majorette Club 2 



CHARLES W. KOELLING Chuck 

Camera Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Master 2, 3; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Varsity Chorale 4; Winter Play 2 



REINHART KOEPP 11 



TIMOTHY JOHN LAWLER 



Tim 



RONALD KRAL 

F T A. 3; Magnum Club 4 



GARY L KRALL 
Chess Club 4 



GALE KRAMAR Gale 

Girls' Leaders Club 3. 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council 
Representative 4 



CAROL KRAMER 



LEONARD KRAMER 



AFS 3. 4; Big Show 3. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; E- 
Room Activities 4; Euclidian Training Club 2: Sopho- 
more Mived Choir 2; Boys' Swim Leaders 2. 3. 4; 
Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3. 4: United 
Appeal Junior Class Chairman 3. School Chairman 
4: Linguist Club 2, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4: 
Spirits 3, 4; Fall Play 2; Student Council Executive 
Board 3, 4; Student Council President 4; Swim Show 
2, 4; Varsity Chorale 4; Winter Festival and Carnival 
Chairman 3 



DAVID ALAN LAWRENCE Dave 

Camera Club 2. 3. 4; Choral Masters 3, 4: Euclidian 
Editorial Staff 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; Sopho- 
more Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Boys' Swim 
Leaders 2, 3, 4; I.Q.S. 3. 4; Ski Club 3. 4; Senior 
Cabinet 4; Prom Committee 4; Survey Editorial Staff 3: 
Survey Training Club 2; Varsity Chorale 3, 4; Senior 
Scandal 4 



DIANA LYNN KOETH Freckles 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2 



JAMES KREBS 



CAROL LEASURE 

Transfer Student 4; Youth Power 4 



SHARON ANN KOETH Sherry 

Transfer Student 3; C.O.E. 4; F.T.A. 3 



GARY JOHN KRECH 



NANCY ELLEN LEBET 
F.B.L.A. 2 



MARYANN KOHUT Maryann 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 3 



SHANELY RAE KREJCI Shay 

Big Show 3. 4; Choral Masters 3; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Ski Club 3, 4; Varsity Chorale 4 



CAROL LYNN LEHMAN 
Ad Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 4 



LIBERTY BELL LEIGH Libbie 

Youth Power 4; Pink Panthers 4 



GORDON DEWAYNE LEMKE 
Linguist Club 4 



FRANK LEMMO Frank 

Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Letterman 3, 4; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 4 



BRAD LYMAN Rufus 

Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Let- 
termen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3. 4 



ERIC LYTTLE 



LAURA MAASWINKEL Laura 

Cadet Band 2; G.A.A, 2, 3. 4; Marching Band 2; 
Girls' Volleyball 2, 3; World Affairs Club 2, 3, 4 



DENNIS MATEYKA Denny 

Cross Country 2, 3. 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4; Let- 
termen's Club 2, 3. 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 
3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2 



BERNICE MATULIS Bernie 

F.N.C. 2. 3. 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2. 3; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Prom Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- 
cil Executive Board 4 



VIRGINIA LENARCIC Ginny 

Choral Masters 3, 4; C.O.E. 4; E-Room Activities 2. 
3. 4; Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Girls' 
Basketball 3; Girls' Volleyball 3 



MARY HELLEN MACDOUGALL Mary Mac 

Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 2: G.A A. 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; I.Q S, 3. 4; N.F.L. 4; Spectrum 3; Survey 
Business Staff 2, 3, 4. Circulation Manager 4; Survey 
Training Club 2, 3, 4 



GLEN MAURER 



JOHN ANTHONY MAUSER 



NANCY LESIAK 



LAUREL LETNEY Laurie 

Cheerleaders 2, 4. Substitute 3; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 
Representative 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 



JOAN LEWANDOWSKI Joanie 

Folk Club 3; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Majorette Club 
3; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; 



DON LEWIS Schuwah 

Baseball 2. 3, 4; Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2; Cross 
Country 2, 3; J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 
3; Homecoming Committee 3; Key Club 2; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 3. 4: Movie Club 2: Stagecraft 3, 
4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3. 4; Spectrum 2; Soccer 
4; Student Council Representative 2, 3; Wrestling 4 



STUART LEYDA 



DONNA LIBMAN 



RAYMOND KIETH MACHI 
DEC A. 4 



JOHN R MACK 



MARY M MACKE 



CAROLYN MADEJA Rubbles 

C.OE, 3, 4; FNC 2; Homecoming Committee 3: 
I.Q.S, 4; N.F.L. 2, 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Survey 
Business Staff 3, 4 



SUSAN A MADY 



CAROL ANN MAHOVLIC Carol 

Ski Club 2, 3, 4 



WAYNE RUSSELL MALZ Cowboy 

Chess Club 3. 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 2. 3. 4; Magnum 
3. 4; Ski Club 4; Spring Play 4; Fall Play 4; Stage- 
craft 4; Winter Play 4; J.V. Wrestling 2 



DONALD JAY MAXA Don 

Basketball 3: J.V. Basketball 2; Big Show 3; Key Club 
2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 2. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4: 
Stagecraft 3: J.V. Tennis 2; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Hall Guard 
4; Letterman 2, 3, 4 



RICHARD MAYFIELD Richard 

Foremen's Club 4, President 4; Magnum Club 3 



DENNIS EDWARD MAYOCK Dennis 

Choral Masters 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 
2. 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Key Club 4 
Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 4 
Student Council Representative 4; Swim Show 2, 3, 4 
Swim Team 2, 3 



LELAND KEITH MC BRIDE Lee 

FT. A. 3. 4. Executive Board 4; Key Club 2, 3; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Political Affairs Club 3, 4, 
President 4; Student Council Representative 4. Exec- 
utive Board 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2. 3; Pep Band 3: Pit Band 3. 4; Talent Scouts 
3. 4; Orchestra 2. 3, 4; Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3 



BONNIE LOU MC CARTNEY 

Swim Show 3; Girls' Swim Leaders 3 



JEFFREY LICK 



KAREN LOBAS Karen 

Friendship Club 2, 3; G.A.A 2, 3; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; Majorettes 4; 
Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council Representative 
2, 3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 



KATHLEEN JANICE MARCUS Kathy 

Folk Club 4; F.B.L.A. 2; Homecoming Committee 2. 3; 
Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2; Student Council Executive Board 3, 4 



TOM E. MARESCO Tommy 

Foremen's Club 4; Track 2 



GUY MC INTYRE Guy 

Choral Masters 3. 4; Cross Country 3. 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 4; Stagecraft 4 



JACK E. MC KEE JR. 



JEAN LOCZY 



MARK LOMBARDO Lumpy 

Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; Wrestling 3; J.V. Wrestling 2 



DANNY LOMBARDO 

Transfer Student 2; J.V. Football 2 



JOHN MARGHERET 



DAVID MARINELLI 
Football 



PAUL MARINO Paul 

Football 3; J.V, Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 3, 4; 
Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 4; Soccer 4; Stagecraft 
4; Wrestling 3, 4; J V. Wrestling 2 



JOHN ROBERT MC KEE John 

Chess Club 3; Radio Club 4; Science Seminar 2, 4; 
Archery 2, 3. 4 



LINDA ELISABETH MC LAUGHLIN 



MARLENE KAY MEARES 



MICHAEL LONCHAR Uncle Mooney 

Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 3. 4: Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 3; Track 2, 3, 4 



MARGARET ROSE ANN LOVICK Peggy 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Girl's Con- 
cert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Majorettes 
4, Substitute 4; Maiorelte Club 2. 3, 4; Senior Scandal 
4; Ski Club 3; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4; Winter Play 3 



FRANCINE MARION 
E-Room Activities 2 



VICTOR ALAN MARKOVICH 



Victor 

Big Show 2. 3, 4; Book Store 3, 4; Chevron Society 
2, 3. 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Commit- 
tee 3; Key Club 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; N.F.L. 
4; Orchestra 2. 4: Pep Band 2, 3. 4; Pit Band 2 3, 4; 
Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Spring Play 2; Fall 
Play 3; Talent Scouts E H.S. 4; Third Band Sergeant 4 



JAMES MEHLING 



PATRICIA ROSE MEHOLLIN Pat 

Friendship Club 2: F.B.L.A, 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 
2; Majorette Club 2. 3: Senior Scandal 3 



RONALD MEISTER Ron 

J V. Basketball 2; N.A.S S. 3; Letterman 3; Radio 
Club 4 



CATHY LOU LOVIN Cathy 

Friendship Club 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



MARGO MARY LUNDER 

Panther 4; Spectrum 3; Spirits 4 



CATHERINE ANNETTE LUTZ Clutz 

Big Show 3; F.T.A. 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2, 3; 
Majorettes 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 3, 4; Winter Play 3 



ROSE M. MARTON Rose 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4 



MARGARET MASSIELLO 
Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 4 



MARYANN T. MELGUN Maryann 

Euclidian Business Staff 4; F.T.A- 2, 3, 4, Executive 
Board 4; Spectrum 4; Voices of Art 4 



RONALD JOSEPH MENART 
Transfer Student 3; D.E.C.A. 4 



ROBERT MATETICH 



JOHN MEROS 



KENNETH MERVO 



247 



JAY MESSNER 



BARBARA MET2 



BARBARA K. MOHAHAN Barb 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; N.F.L. 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Councii Representative 2, 3, 4; Winter Play 3 



GLORIA EVE NALEPA Glor 

DEC. A. 4; Foil( Club 3; Friendship Club 2; Ski 
Club 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2 



DAVE MIHACEVICH 
Transfer Student 2 



MICHAEL MOONEY 
Transfer Student 3 



DEBORAH NARO 
Girl's Concert Choir 



2; Friendship Club 2 



CHRISTINE MIHALIC 



DEBRA LYNN MIHOCIK Debby 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3 



JANIS MIKLAVIC 



JOHN MIKOVIC 

F.T.A. 3; f^ovie Club 3 



CATHERINE I^OORE Oath 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4; Majorette Club 
2, 3; Spirits 4 



KATHLEEN t^OORE Kathy 

Friendship Club 2. 3, 4; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
3; N.F.L, 4 



RICHARD ALAN MOORE 
Movie Club 4 



BARBARA NASH 

A.F.S. 3, 4, Secretary 4: Euclidian Training 
Linguist Club 2. 3, 4; National Honor Socis 
Spectrum 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Humanitif 
World Affairs 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 4 



MONICA LOUISE NAWORSKl Polish-"ski" 

Book Store 2, 3. 4, Manager 4; Euclidian Training Club 
3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Linguist 2: Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Girls' Bas- 
ketball 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4, Junior Representative 3 
Executive Board 4; Spirits 4; Spring Play 2; Girls' 
Softball Team 3, 4; Cheering Block 2; World Affairs Club 
4; Prom Committee 4 



MARY EILEEN MIKUS 



JANE ELAINE MILAVEC Janie 

F.T.A, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 4; Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; 

Girls' Volleyball 2; Survey Business Staff 3; Girls' 
Tennis 3 



BRUCE MILLER Bruce 

Basketball 3: J.V. Basketball 2; Choral Masters 3, 4; 
Cross Country 2, 3. 4; Folk Club 2. 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Home- 
coming Committee 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3. 4; Math Club 3, 4; Na- 
tional Honor Society 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Spirits 3. 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4 



BRIAN MILLER 



MARILOU MILLER 



JOSEPH MORABITO 



ANNE MORLEY 

Choral Masters 4; Transfer Student 4 



JERRY MORRIS 
E-Room Activities 3 



TERRY DAVID MORRIS 



Chess Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3. President 3, Captain 3, 4 



ROBERT G, MOSKOWITZ Bob 

Big Show 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Radio Club 
4; Science Seminar 2, 3, 4; Spectrum 2, 3, Treasurer 3 



DAVID MOYE 

Transfer Student 3; F.B.L.A. 3 



DALE EDWARD NEMETH Dale 

Linguist Club 4; Orchestra 2; Human Relations Semi- 



JEANETTE NEMETH Jeanette 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Friendship Club 2 



ROSE NEMETH 



CAROLE ANN NEUMEYER Carole 

Big Show 4; Chevron Society 4; Concert Band 2 3 
4; Folk Club 3; G.A.A. 2; Marching Band 2 3 4; 
Orchestra 2, 3. 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2 3 4 



BONNIE JEANNE NEWTON 
Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 3, 
Club 2. 3, 4, Substitute ' 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 3 













Newt 


4 


; G.A,A. 
Spectrur 


2 


3 
4; 


Majorette 
Spirits 4; 



PENELOPE ANN MILLER Penny 

D.E.C.A. 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3 



MARY JANE MROWCA 

Folk Club 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choii 

4; World Affairs Club 3 



Mary 
Humanities 



BRUCE NEYLON 
Wrestling Club 2 



SUZANNE MILLER 



FREDERICK MARK MINIS Minnie 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Let- 
terman 3, 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
J.V. Wrestling 2; Gymnastics 3 



JANET MISCAVISH Jan 

C.O.E, 4, Treasurer 4; Friendship Club 2; F.B.L.A. 3, 4 



MARIA MISTRETTA 

Transfer Student 4; Choral Masters 4 



ELLEN MIZNER 
Friendship Club 2, 
Choir 2; Spectrum 



3; F.T.A. 3, 4; 



Ellen 
Sophomore Mixed 



KAREN MLACHAK 

Transfer Student 2; Friendship Club 3 



MICHAEL EDWIN MUELLER Mike 

Chevron Society 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Marching Band 
3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; Pit Band 4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S, 3. 4 



DEBORAH MUGENSKl Debby 

Friendship Club 2; F,B,L,A. 3; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; 
Student Council Representative 2 



ROGER MUNSON Rog 

Big Show 2, 3, 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; Key Club 
2, 3, 4; Executive Board 3. 4, Senior Director 4; Let- 
termen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Linguist Club 
2: N A S.S 2, 3, 4; N,F,L, 4; Prom Commiltee 4: Senior 
Scandal 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 4; Varsity Chorale 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Winter 
Festival Committee 4; Student Congress 4 



MICHAEL MUROWSKY 



TIM NICHOLS 



JAMES OTTO NICKEL 
Transfer Student 4 



SANDRA NICKLES 



GERALDINE NIELSEN Gerry 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F,N.C. 
2; Student Council Representative 2; Talent Scouts 



PAUL ERNESTO NIELSEN 

Choral Masters 3; Cross Country 3. 



Paul 



Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 2. 
3, 4; Lettermen's Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Let- 
terman 2. 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; National 
Honor Society 3. 4; Science Seminar 2; Senior Scandal 
4; Spirits 3, 4, President 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 3, 4; Track 2. 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Varsity 
Chorale 4 



DIANE L. MOATS Diane 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Girl's Concert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 
Student Council Representative 4; Survey Business 
Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3; Winter Festival Court 3 



FRANK MOCILNIKAR 
Boys' Gym Leaders 2 



Boys' Swim Leaders 4; Key 
Executive Board 3, 4, Secretary 4; Ski 
Vice-President 3; Spirits 4; Soccer 3, 



4, Co-Captain 4 



ROBERT ANTHONY MODIC Rob 

Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Boys' 
Swim Leaders 2. 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4, President 4; Swim Team 3; J V Swim 
Team 2; J,V. Tennis 2; Tennis 3, 4 



CHARLES MYERS Charle: 

DEBRA NADERER W;*"' Debbif 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Spectrum 2, 3, 4 

LARRY RUDY NAGODE Larr; 

Humanities 4 



MICHAEL A. NAGY 

Bowling Team 2; Camera Club 3 



RICHARD NAKAJI 



RAYMOND NIPPRESS 
Foremen's Club 4; Swii 



ROBERT NODA 



MARY ELIZABETH NOSSEK 
Friendship Club 2; Linguist Club 2 



KENNETH NOVAK 



SUSAN JACQUELINE OBREZA Sue 

Eucuyo 2, 3. 4; I.O.S. 3. 4; Linguist Club 2; Stage- 
craft 3: Survey Editorial 3. 4; Survey Training Club 2; 
Sophomore Mixed Choii 2; Human Relations Seminar 4 



ROSEMARY MARIE O'DONNELL 
Friendship 2; Linguist Club 2 



ROBERT OKTABETZ 



KATHERINE OLDS 

Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; Girls' Sv, 

Swim Show 3, 4; Wai Napolo 3, 4 



Kathy 
Leaders 3, 4; 



LOUIS OLSZEWSKI 



DEMISE PEROVSEK Denny 

FT. A. 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2 



BONNIE PERPAR Bonnie 

Euclidran Business Stall 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; 
Friendship Club 3; F.T.A. 3, 4, Sophomore Mixed Choir 
2; I.O.S, 4; Majorette Club 2; Prom Committee 4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



MICHAEL PERRY Mike 

Bowling 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



WENDELL W. PRICE Wendell 

E-Room Activities 4; Football 3; J.V. Football 2; 
Human Relations Seminar 4; Key Club 4; Senior Cabinet 
4. Treasurer 4; Spirits 4 



PATRICIA PRIMOZNIK Patsy 

Folk Club 3, 4, Secretary 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 
4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 4 



SCOTT EVAN PROCTOR ScotI 

Folk Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4 



JAMES CHARLES ORAZEN Jim 

Letterman 2, 3, 4; Stagecraft 4; J.V. Football 2; 
Football 3, 4 



CHRISTINE ADELE PETERSON ( 

Euclidian Training Club 2; F.T.A. 3; Speclrun 
Spirits 4 



KATHLEEN MARIE PULTORAK Kath 

Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; Drama Work- 
shop 3 



SHARON ORTMAN 



ANTHONY PETRO Tony 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; J.V. Wrestling 2 



EDWARD PURO 



REBECCA SUSAN OTCASEK Becky 

Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; 
Linguist Club 2; N.F.L. 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 
4; Student Council Representative 4; Talent Scouts 
4; Winter Play 3 



BERNIE OVERBERGER 



JOHN OYSTER John 

Cross Country 4; Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Wrestling 
3, 4; J.V. Wrestling 2 



PATTI PAGE 



BARBARA ANNE PALMER Barb 
Eucuyo 4; Euclidian Editorial Stall 4; Euclidian Train- 
ing Club 3; Friendship Club 2. 3; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Humanities 4; Ski Club 2; Spectrum 3, 4; 
Student Council Representative Alternate4 



MARY PALOZZI 



CARLA PARADISO 



YOLANDA MARIE PARATTO 



KEITH PARKINSON 



HOLLY PATTERSON 

Folk Club 2, 4; Human Relatic 



LINDA LOUISE PAWLAK 
C.O.E. 4; F.B.L.A. 3; I.O.S. 4 



Keith 
Holly 



SALINA PAWLAK 



STANLEY PEKLAY 
Foremen's Club 4 



DALE PEKRUL 



MARK PENA Mark 

Choral Masters 3; E-Room Activities 4; Folk Club 3 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Golf Club 4; Pep Band 3 
Ski Club 3, 4; Stagecraft 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 
World Allairs Club 3 



THOMAS DALE PERCHAfir*^ Perch 

J.V. Football 2; Humanities 4, Student Council Rep- 
resentative 4; J.V. Swim Team 2; Senior Class Presi- 
dent 4; Language Lab Assistant 3; Hall Guard 3 



JOHN MICHAEL PETRO John 

Cadet Band 2; Camera Club 3. 4; Marching Band 2; 
Movie Club 3, 4; Radio Club 4; Chess Club 4 



JAMES PETROVIC Jim 

Cross Country 3; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; Letterman 
2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 



BLANCHE PIERCE 



PATRICIA L. PIKULA Patti 

E-Room Activities 3; Majorette Club 2; Prom Commit- 
tee 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Spectrum 3, 4; Spirits 4 



STEVE PISCOPO Steve 

J.V. Football 2; Letterman 2, 3. 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; 
Wrestling Club 2, 3, 4 



MARY PLAGA 
Friendship Club 4 



DONNA JEAN PLICKERT Donna 

C.O.E. 4; Junior Red Cross 2; Friendship Club 2; 
F.B.L.A. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3 



SHIRLEY ELLEN PLOTT Shirley 

Friendship Club 2; G.A.A, 2. 4; Humanities 4; Girls' 
Track 2; Spectrum 4 



CAROLYN MARIE POGRAIS Carolyn 
F.NC. 3; F.TA. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; IQ.S. 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 2. 3; Ski Club 3; Survey Business Staff 3. 4, 
Finance Manager 4; Survey Training Club 2 



JOHN ANTHONY POLITO 



JOHN POWALIE 
D.E.C.A. 4 



LINDA MAE POZUN Linda 

C O E. 4; Friendship Club 2. 3; Girl's Concert Choir 
2; Majorette Club 2 



JACK DENNIS PRASEK Prak 

Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 3, 4; Stagecraft 2; 
Track 2, 3, 4 



GARY CHARLES PRATT Gary 

I. OS. 3. 4; Survey Editorial Stall 3, 4, Tri-Editor 4; 
Survey Training Club 2; United Appeal Student Com- 
mittee 4 



JAMES PRIBONIC 



DAVE PRICE Tiny 

Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Football 3; J.V. 
Football 2; Soccer 4 



ROBERT ALLEN RACE 
Voices ol Art 4 



ANDREW M. RADONICH Andy 

E-Room Activities 4; Track 2; J.V. Wrestling 2 



DONALD J. RAKAS 
D.E.C.A. 4 



DIANNE LOUISE RANKER 



RUDOLPH RAUKAR 



GARY RAY 



Don 

Cherry 
Rudy 
Gary 



GEORGIA GAYLE READY George 

Homecoming Committee 4; Student Council Represen- 
tative 4. Publicity 4 



DAVID PAUL REBECK Dave 

Chevron Society 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3. 4; Folk 
Club 3; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Orchestra 4; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Spring Play 2 



TERESA RECHNER 



DAVID REDEYE 



ROBERTA DIANE REDFIELD Robbie 

E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 
4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4 



BARBARA JO REED Barb 

A F S 3; Choral Masters 3; Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 
4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; 
FT A. 2, 3, 4; G A A. 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2; I.O.S. 
3. 4; National Honor Soriely 3. 4, Secretary 4; Prom 
Committee 3, Relreshment Chairman 3: Spirits 4; Swim 
Show 3. 4; Girls' Swim Leaders 3, 4; Varsity Chorale 
4; Wai Napolo 3, 4, Historian 4 



CHERYL LEE REED Cherie 

Big Show 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; Linguist Club 2; 
Spectrum 4: Spring Play 4; Fall Play 4; Stagecraft 3. 
4; Winter Play 4; Cheering Block 3. 4; Soccer Crew 4 



STEVE REESE 



GLORIA ANN MICHELLE REGALBUTO Ralph 

Big Show 3; Camera Club 4; Euclidian Editorial Staff 
3. 4. Head Photographer 4; Euclidian Training Club 2, 
3; F.TA. 3, 4; I OS 3. 4: N.F.L. 4. Student Congress 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Spirits 4; Buckeye Girls' 
Slate Delegate 3 



KAREN REINBOLT 



DONNA REINKE 



MARION ELLEN REINKE Toots 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 3. 4, Executive Board 4; 
Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3, 
4; Spirits 4 



MARK A, ROSSI 



MARK ANTHONY ROSSODIVITA 



JOHN CONN SCHULTE John 

Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3, 
4; Junior Cabinet 3; Prom Committee 4; J.V, Swim Team' 
2; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3; Winter Play 3 



CHRISTINE REINWALD Chris 

A.F.S. 3, 4: Friendship Club 2; F.T.A, 3, 4, Executive 
Board 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Human Relations 
Seminar 4; I.O.S. 3, 4; Spectrum 3. 4; Survey Business 
Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2; Cheering Blocl( 2 



GAIL KATHLEEN RES 
F,N.C. 2 



MARIA ROZMAN 
Transfer Student 4 



MICHAEL EDWARD RUPERT 



CHRISTOPHER D. RYAN 



BERNADETTE SCHULTZ 

Survey Business Staff 4; Secretary 



RAY CARL SCHULTZ Spud 

J.V. Basketball 2; Football 3, 4; J.V. Football 2; Letter- 
men's Club 3, 4; Letlerman 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 



DUANE SCHULZ 



ORSON B. RICHMOND 
Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4 



MARLAINE LOUISE RYAN Mar 

F.B LA. 2, 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Student 
Council Representative 4; Survey Business 4 



DAWN C. SCHULZ 



DARLENE A. RICKARD 



LOUIS SABA 



LIN MICHAEL SCHUFFERT 



TERRENCE P. RIEDER Terry 

Choral Masters 3. 4; Cross Country 2, 3, 4; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Key Club 2; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 



JOHN J. RIETH John 

Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 



SUSAN JANE RINEHART Jane 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 3; Student Council Representa- 
tive 2, 3 



FRAN ROBERTS 

Friendship Club 2; Spectrum 3, 4 



DAVID EDWARD ROBINSON 
J.V. Football 2; Wrestling 2 



JOHN F. ROBINSON 
Folk Club 4 



ELAINE SABO Elaine 

Cadet Band 2. 3; Concert Band 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 2; Friendship Club 2, 3; FT. A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 
3. President 4; G.L.C. 3, 4, Executive Board 4; March- 
ing Band 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3 



MARK M. SABULA Mark 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Key 
Club 3. 4; Student Council Alternate 4 



CYNTHIA SAK Cindy 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 
2. 3, 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 4; Junior Cabinet 3; Ma|orette Club 2; Prom 
Committee 3. 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 
4; Student Council Alternate 2 



BARBARA ELLEN SAMSA Barb 

Friendship Club 2; F.B. LA 3; F.N.C. 2, 3; Girl's Con- 
cert Choir 2; Ski Club 2, 3; Spectrum 3; Survey Business 
Staff 4 



ROBERT SAMUELE 



FRED SCHWENKE 
Soccer 4; Track 3. 4 



ROSEMARY SCOTT 



WILLIAM GENE SCOTT 
Football 3 



BARBARA J. SEIFERT Barb 

Cadet Band 2; E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 3; 
Marching Band 2 



LINDA SENGER Linn 

Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3: Human 
Relation? Seminar 4; Youth Power 4 



WILLIAM ALLEN SHAFFER Shatf 

Baseball 2; Key Club 4; Science Seminar 3, 4; Track 
3, 4 



LESLIE ROBINSON 



Leslie 



F.T.A. 3. 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Voices of Art 4 
TOM ROCKWELL 



MICHAEL SARRAINO 



Rock JOHN SCALZO 



CRAIG PATRICK SHARON Craig 

Football 2. 3, 4; Boys' Leaders 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Letterman 3, 4; N A.S.S. 3, 4; 
NFL. 2; Spirits 4; Track 2, 3, 4 



DANIEL J. ROEDER 
D.E.C.A. 4 



ALBERT C SCHEIMANN 
Folk Club 4; Science Sen 



SALLY LYNNE SHEMKUNAS Salina 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 3; Prom Committee 3. 
4; Senior Scandal 4; Student Council Representative 3 



SALLY JAYNE ROGELL Sally 

Cheerleader 3, Substitute 4; Friendship Club 2; F.T.A 

2, 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Girls' Leaders Club 

3, 4; Homecoming Committee 2; Lettermen's Club 4; 
Student Council Representative 2. 3; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3; Survey Training Club 2 



BRIAN DALE ROLAND 



MARGARET ROLLER 



BARBARA ALICE ROMOSER Barbara 

Girls' Leaders Club 3. 4, Vice-President 4; Ski Club 2 
3; Girls' Basketball 2, 3; Spirits 4; Student Council 
Representative 3, 4 



DENNIS JOSEPH ROSA 



TERRY SCHENCK Terry 

Key Club 2, 3; Magnum Club 2, 3. 4; Wrestling 3; 
J V. Wrestling 2 



CANDACE LEIGH SCHEURMAN Candy 

Friendship Club 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Maior- 
ette Club 3; Ski Club 2; Student Council Representative 
4; Swim Show 2, 3, 4; Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4; Wai 
Napolo 2, 3, 4 



IRENE YVONNE SCHIMES 



THOMAS J. SCHMENK Tom 

Camera Club 2. 3, 4; Movie Club 2, 3, 4; Survey 

Business Staff 4; Survey Training Club 2, 3; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 3 






RICHARD SCHNEIDER 
F.T.A. 3; PA Club 4 



BARBARA SHENK Barb 

F.T.A. 2, 3. 4: G.AA 4; Girls' Tennis 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; 
Student Congress 4 



ROBERT THOMAS SHENKEL 



LLOYD E. SHERMAN Les 

Big Show 3, 4; Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3. 4: 
Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3, 4; Boys' Swim Leaders 2, 3. 
4; Key Club 2, 3. 4; Marching Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 
2, 3, 4; Pep Band 2, 3, 4; Pit Band 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 
2, 3, 4; Stagecraft 3, 4; Swim Team 3, 4; J.V. Swim 
Team 2 



RENIA SHERRILL 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Ski Club 4 



MARY JANE SHIELDS 
Book Store 4 



CARL LEONARD ROSENBERGER Carl 

Camera Club 2, 3: Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Human Relations 
Seminar 4; Humanities 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3. 4; 
Voices of Art 4; Youth Council on Human Relations 4 



CHERYL ROSS 

Transfer Student 3; Girl's Concert Choir 3 



LEE EUGENE SCHROYER 
Transfer Student 4 



CAROL SCHUBERT 



LIN SCHUFFERT 



JAMES SHILANDER Jim 

Cadet Band 2, 3; Chess Club 3. 4; Marching Band 2, 
3; Radio Club 4. Treasurer 4, Science Seminar 3, 4 



BRENDA ARLENE SHIPLEY Brenda 

Friendship Club 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4; Pink 
Panthers 4, Treasurer 4 



DONALD JOHN FRANCIS SHISILA Shish 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Camera Club 2; Cross Country 2; E-Room Activities 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Boys' Gym Leaders 2; Key Club 2; Letter- 
men's Club 3. 4; Letterman 3. 4; Movie Club 2; 
N.A.S.S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Ski Club 3; 
Library Monitor 4; Soccer 3; Stagecraft 4; Student 
Council Representative 2 



GEOFFREY SLEEPER 
Science Seminar 2, 3 



SUSIE SLUSSAR 
Transfer Student 3 



DAN STEARNS 
Movie Club 2, 3, 4 



PATRICIA ANN STEIGAUF Pat 

Big Stiow 2; Cheerleaders 2; Folk Club 2; Homecoming 
Committee 4; Panttier 4; Spring Play 2; Stagecraft 2, 



KAREN DEBORAH SHOOK Karen 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian- Business Staff 3, 4, 
Co-Lay-out Manager 4; Euclidian Training Club 2, 3; 
Folk Club 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2; Homecoming Committee 4; I.O.S. 3. 4; Prom 
Committee 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 4; Spectrum 
4; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 4; Winter 
Festival Committee 4 



RANDI SLUSSER 



SUSAN PATRICIA SMELTZ Susan 

Cheerleaders 2, 3; Cheerleader Substitutes 2; E-Room 
Activities 4; Panther 4; Ski Club 4; Girls' Basketball 4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4; Winter Festival Committee 4; 
Winter Play 3 



GARY STEINFURTH 



SUSAN ESTHER STERLEKAR Sue 

Friendship Club 2; Majorettes 3, 4; Majorette Club 2. 
3, 4; Majorette Substitutes 3; Ski Club 3; Spirits 3. 4; 
Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4 



DONNA SMINK 

Drama Workshop 4; Linguist Club 2. 3 



DIANE STERLING 

Student Council Representative 2, 



JOYCE ANN SIAT 

Eucuyo 3. 4; Friendship Club 2, 3: Humanities 
l.Q.S. 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom 
mittee 3; Spectrum 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2, 
Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Survey Training Club 2 



KENNETH SMITH 



LAURIE SICKLER 
Choral Masters 3, ^ 
Club 2; F.N.C. 2, 3, 



BONNIE SIEFERD 



nior Red Cross 3; Friendship 
rl's Concert Choir 2; Spectrum 



MICHAEL JOHN SIKORA Mike 

Cadet Band 2. 3; Concert Band 4; D.E.C.A. 4; March- 
ing Band 3, 4; Soccer 2 



KAREN JANE SILSBY Karen 

Choral Masters 4; Friendship Club 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Majorettes Club 
3, 4; Majorettes 4; Majorette Substitutes 4; Ski Club 4 



MARLENE SILVERMAN 



SANDRA LEE SILVERMAN 



SUSAN MARIE SIMON Sue 

F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Girl's Concert Choir 3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 
l.Q.S. 4: Mixed Choir 4; Ski Club 4; Girls' Field Hockey 
2; Spectrum 3. 4; Student Council Alternate 3; Survey 
Business Staff 3, 4; Survey Training Club 2 



ROBERT SINGER 

Boys' Gym Leaders 2; Soccer 



JOHN SIRNIK 
Transfer Student 4 



Bob 



ROBERT KENNETH SMITH 
Chess Club 3; Choral Masters 3. 4; Cross Country 3, 4, 
Captain 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Lettermen's Club 
3. 4; Letterman 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3. 4: Science Seminar 
2; Spring Play 2; Sophomore Play 2; Stagecraft 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3, 4 



GERALD SNELLER 



CYNTHIA SNYDER 



ERIC ROBERT SNYDER T"^"' Snydes 

National Honor Society 3, 4; Radio Club 4; Vice- 
President 4; Science Seminar 2, 3 



Steve 
Marching Band 



MARIA ANN SIVEC Maria 

F.T.A. 4; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff 2 



STEVE SOLOKY 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 2 

2, 3. 4, Head Sergeant 4; Pep Band 4 



PATRICK SOLTIS 



KATHLEEN SOMRAK 

F.T.A. 2; G A.A 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 

Girls' Volleyball 2, 3; Girls' Field Hockey 2 



SHELLEY LYNNE SPELLMAN Shelley 

A.F.S. 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Home- 
coming Committee 4; Linguist Club 2. 3; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Senior Scandal 
4i Student Council Representative 2. 3; Student Council 
Executive Board 4, Secretary 4; Survey Editorial Staff 
3, 4; Survey Training Club 3; Winter Festival Committee 



THOMAS SPIKE 



LINDA SPRING 
Transfer Student 4 



LOUIS RALPH STEVENS 



VICTORIA STEVENS 



EDWARD THOMAS STIBLEY 

Foremen's Club 4; Political Affairs Club 4 



JUDY ANN STISCAK Judy 

Friendship Club 3, 4; F.B LA. 3: F.N.C. 3. 4; FT A. 
3; G.A.A. 3, 4; Spectrum 3; Survey Business Staff 4 



MIKE STOCKTON 
D.E.C A. 4 



CHARLES MICHAEL STOUT 



JOANN ELLEN STRANG 
Friendship Club 



LESLIE ELLEN STRATTON Les 

Big Show 2; Choral Masters 3; Girl's Concert Choir 2; 
G.L C. 3, 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; Linguist Club 
4; N.F.L. 3. 4; Senior Cabinet 4; Spirits 4; Spring Play 
2; Student Council Representative 4; Varsity Chorale 
4; Winter Play 3 



JUDITH NANETTE STRAUGHAN 
F.TA 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4 



WAYNE LOUIS STREBLE Wayne 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3. 4: Cross Country 3: 
Key Club 2. 3. 4; Marching Band 2. 3, 4; Pep Band 
2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Track 3, 4 



LILLIAN STREKAL 

C.O.E. 4; Folk Club 2; Majorette Club 2 



THERESE LYNN STUBER 



SUSAN LYNN SIVIK Sue 

E-Room Activities 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Eu- 
clidian Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Homecoming 
Committee 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spirits 4 



LARRY SKAPIN ..r-7rr--_^ 

Key Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4;' Spirits 4 



PATRICIA SKEYA 

Folk Club 2, 3, 4; Human Relations Sen 



BARBARA SKAFAR 



COLLEEN L. SKONIER Colleen 

Friendship Club 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 3; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Majorette 2; Spectrum 4; Survey Busi- 
ness Staff 4; Survey Training Club 3 



MICHAEL SPRINGOB 



MARY LOU STAHRE Mary Lou 

Friendship Club 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 2; Spirits 4 



NANCY JO STANLEY 

F N.C. 3; G.AA 2, 3, 4; Girl's Concert Choii 

Girls' Basketball 2, 3. 4; Girls' Field Hockey 2 



AGNES SKULLY 

Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; Ski Club 4 



Shnook 



JEFF STARZYNSKI 



KENDALL H STAUFFER Kendall 

Big Show 2. 3. 4; Choral Masters 3. 4; Folk Club 3; 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Spring 

Play 3: Student Council Representative 3. 4; Talent 
Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4; Winter Play 3 



LUCILLE MARCELLA STUCKI 

Friendship Club 2. 3; Girl's Concert Choir 



Luci 
Majorettes 
ad Majorette 4; Majorette Club 2, 3. 4; Majorette 
Substitutes 3; Prom Committee 3; Ski Club 3. 4; Spirits 
4; Student Council Representative 2, 3. 4; Talent Scouts 
E.H.S. 3, 4 



JANET MARIE SUBEL Janet 

Ad Club 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. 3, Secre- 
tary 3; Student Council Representative 3 



SUSAN FRANCINE SUSEL - Sue 

Friendship Club 2; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 
4; Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 4; Swim 
Show 3, 4; Swim Leaders 3. 4; Wai Napolo 3, 4 



MICHELE MARY SVIGEL Michele 

Ad Club 3, 4; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Euclidian 
Training Club 3; Friendship Club 2. 3. Treasurer 2, 3; 
Prom Committee 3: Ski Club 3, 4; Spirits 4; Y-Teens 
4, Secretary 4 



PAUL EDWARD SWAIDNER 



ROBERT D, SWEET Bob 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Science Seminar 3, 4 



LEIGH THOMAS Leigh 

Cadel Band 2; Concert Band 3; Junior Red Cross 2, 
3. 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; Key Club 3, 4; 
Marching Band 2, 3; Pep Band 2, 3; Pit Band 2, 3; 
Ski Club 3. 4 



ARNOLD D. UHAS Dave 

J.V. Football 2; Soccer 2 



LYNN SWEIGERT Lynn 

Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3 



BOB SWIFT 



GEOFFREY SWISHER Geoff 

J.V. Basketball 3: Big Show 3; Bowling 2; Cross 
Country 4; Lettermen's Club 3; Letlerman 3; Football 
2; F.T.A. 4: Boys' Gym Leaders 4; Math Club 3; 
Science Seminar 2; Survey Training Club 2; Wrestling 
2; Youth for Christ 3 



RICHARD THOMAS 

Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Golf Club 2 



MICHAEL J. THOME 
Stagecraft 4 



NANCY TIANELLO 



RICHARD TIANELLO 



GRETCHEN LOUISE ULSTROM Gretch 

Ad Club 3, 4; G.A.A. 2, 3; Girl's Concert Choir 2; 
Spirits 4 



LORETTA UMEK 
C.O.E. 4; Ski Club 2, 3 



ELAINE ANN UNDERKOFLER 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



KAREN MAUREEN SWOGGER 



MICHAEL TITTNICH 



BRIAN STEPHEN URSICH Brian 

Junior Red Cross 3; Football 3; Track 2, 3, 4; J.V. 



SHIRLEY ANN SWONGER 



KATHLEEN TOLL 
Friendship Club 2 



JANE VAGASKY 



SAMUEL JOSEPH SYRACUSE Sar 

Lettermen's Club 4; Letterman 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4 



SHIRLEY TOPLAK Shirley 

Transfer Student 2; Survey Business Staff 4 



RICHARD ALAN VAHCIC 



IRENE SZABO Reenie 

Folk Club 2; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2; Girls' Basketball 
3, 4; Girls' Track 2 



BETTY TORP 



SANDRA VALENTI Sandy 

Transfer Student 3; C.O.E. 4; G.A.A. 2, 3 



LAWRENCE TALTY 



CLARABETH TANNEHILL C.B. 

Choral Masters 2, 3; Friendship Club 2; Sophomore 
Mixed Choir 2; Junior Class Vice-President 3; Junior 
Cabinet 3; Majorettes 4, Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Student Council Representative 2, 3 



KATHLEEN TANNER 
C.O.E. 4 



SHELLEY ELAINE TARANTINO Shell 

Big Show 3; Cadet Band 3, 4; Fiiendship Club 2; 
F.N.C 3, 4; G.A.A 2; Homecoming Committee 3; 
Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Pep Band 3, 
4; Pit Band 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Student Council Repre- 
sentative 3 



BARBARA JEAN TAYLOR Barb 

Choral Masters 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; Folk 

Club 4; F.T.A. 3: Girl's Concert Choir 3; G.L.C. 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2, 3; Spirits 4 



GARY TAYLOR Gary 

Folk Club 3, 4. Vice-President 4; Human Relations 
Seminar 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3 



JEANNETTE TOTH 
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4 



PATRICIA ARMSTRONG TOTTEN Pat 

AFS 3; Folk Club 4: Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; 
Junior Cabinet 3; NFL. 3; Prom Committee 3; Swim 
Show 2, 3, 4; Swim Leaders 2, 3, 4; Wai Napolo 2, 
3, 4 



PATRICIA TREANOR 
Friendship Club 2 



GENE R. TREBEC 



ANN PRUDENCE TROMMETTER Ann 

Euclidian Business 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 2; 
Friendship Club 2. 3; Homecoming Court 4. Queen 4; 
I. OS. 3. 4; Linguist Club 2, 3; Ski Club 3. 4; Spirits 
3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 4; Swim Show 
2, 3, 4; Swim Leaders 2, 3. 4; Wai Napolo 2. 3, 4, 
Secretary 3, President 4; Winter Festival Court 2 



JEANNETTE TROUT Jeannette 

Euclidian Training Club 2; Friendship Club 4; F.N.C. 
2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spirits 4 



SUSAN MARIE TRUESDALE 



ROBERTA JEAN VANDEVEER Bobbi Jean 

Big Show 3; Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; N.F.L. 4; Swim 
Leaders 4 



ALFRED VAN DYNE 



ROMONA VANEK Mona 

Ad Club 3. 4; Friendship Club 3 



JANICE VAN PLASSENDAL Chipmunk 

Folk Club 4; F.T.A. 4; Homecoming Committee 4; Prom 
Committee 4; Ski Club 4; Spirits 4; Student Council 
Alternate 4 



RAYMOND G VAN TILBURG 



RITA VASAS Cheeta 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Linguist Club 2. 3. 4; Prom Committee 3. 
4; Senior Scandal 4; Student Council Alternate 2 



BRUCE E. VEHAR 



WAYNE VEHAR 
Transfer Student 4 



Harvey 
Wayne 



ROBERT W. TAYLOR Bob 

Big Show 3; J.V. Football 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 
2; Taleni Scouts E.H.S. 3; Varsity Chorale 3, 4 



PATRICIA ANN TELICH Trisf 

Cheerleaders 3: E-Room Activities 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4 
Girl's Concert Choir 2; G L.C. 4; Panther 4, Captain 4 
Ski Club 2; Spirits 4; Fall Play 2; Student Counci 
Representative 2 



JANE TELLING Jane 

Cadet Band 2, 3; G.A.A. 2, 3; Marching Band 2. 3 



SANDRA TESCHNER Sandy 

Friendship Club 2; Linguist Club 2; Majorette Club 2; 
Spirits 4; Student Council Representative 4 



ANTHONY VERCH 



Tony 



JOHN JAMES TUCCERI JR John 

Foremen's Club 2, 3, 4; Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4; 
Letterman 2. 3, 4; Track 2. 3, 4 



LINDA JOYCE TUCCI 2 c 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2 



MARY-MARGARET TUCCI Mary-Margaret 

Cadet Band 2; Concert Band 3, 4; G.A.A. 2. 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; G.L.C. 4; Marching Band 2, 4; Girl's 
Volleyball 2, 3 



JACQUELINE DIANE TURNER 
Transfer Student 4 



ALAN CLIFFORD VILCHECK III Al 

Basketball 2, 3. 4; J.V. Basketball 2; Cross Country 2; 
E-Room Activities 4; Lettermen's Club 2. 3, 4; Letter- 
man 2. 3, 4; Library Monitor 4; Magnum Club 2; Ski 
Club 2; Stagecraft 



CATHARINE ANN VINCENT Cathy 

D.E.C.A. 4; Homecoming Court 2: Humanities 3 



DAVID LEE VIRGINIA 



West 



Big Show 3, 4; Cadet Band 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3. 4; 
Chess Club 4; Concert Band 3. 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 3; Marching Band 2, 3. 4; Movie Club 2. 3. 4; 
Orchestra 4; Pep Band 3. 4; Pit Band 3. 4; Radio Club 
4; Science Seminar 2, 3. 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3. 4; 
Vice-President. Chess Club 



SYBIL ANGELA TETRICK 



Syb 



AFS. 3, 4; Friendship Club 2; G.A.A. 4; Homecoming 
Committee 3, 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; Linguist 
Club 2. 3. 4; Girls' Track 2, 3, 4; Spirits 4; Student 
Council Representative 2, 3; Survey Editorial Staff 4; 
Survey Training Club 3 



KATHLEEN KAREN TURNER Kathy 

Folk Club 2. 3. 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Girl's 
Concert Choir 2, 3 



PATRICIA LYNN TURNER 



SHIRLEY VOCATURO Shirley 



MARGARET VOLLMAN Peggy 

Bowling 4; F.N.C. 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3 



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HANS VON REKOWSKI 
Magnum Club 4 



RUTH LOUISE VON SICK 
C.O.E. 4 



SANDRA VRH 

C.O.E. 4; Friendship Club 2 



JAMES R. VYSKOUL 



GREGORY WALKER 



THOMAS SUMNER WHITE Tom 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2, 3; Folk Club 4; 
Boys' Gym Leaders 2, 3; Key Club 2. 3, 4; Lettermen's 
Club 4; Letterman 4; Ski Club 4; Student Council Rep- 
resentative 2. 4; Track 3. 4; J.V. Wrestling 2 



ROBERT WICKS Robert 

Bowling 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Soccer 3, 4 



ALEC WIGHTMAN Alec 

I Q.S, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Executive Board 3, 4; Letter- 
men's Club 2. 3. 4; Letterman 2. 3, 4; Linguist Club 
2. 3; N ASS. 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Vice-President 4; Prom Committee 4; Survey Editorial 
Staff 3, 4. Sports Editor 4; Survey Training Club 3; 
Tennis Team 2, 3, 4; Captain 4 



GREG L. YOUNG 



LINDA ZADD Lin 

A.F.S. 4; E-Room Aclivities 4; Friendship Club 2; 
F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; G.A.A. 2; Junior Cabinet 3; Junior Class 
Secretary 3; Prom Committee 3, 4; Spirits 4; Survey 
Training Club 2 



MARIAN MARGARET ZAJC Marian 

Big Show 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3, 4; F.T A. 2. 3, 4, 
Executive Board 4; G.A.A. 3; I.O.S. 3, 4; Marching 
Band 2. 3. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pit Band 
3, 4; Senior Scandal 4; Ski Club 3; Spectrum 3, 4; His- 
torian 4; Survey Business Staff 3. 4; Assistant Circula- 
tion Manager 3; Ads Manager 4; Survey Training Club 2 



JANICE WALKER Jan 

E-Room Activities 3. 4; Folk Club 2; Girl's Concert 
Choir 2, 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Majorette Club 
2, 3; Prom Committee 4; Spectrum 4; Student Council 
Representative 2, 3, 4; Winter Festival Committee 4 



ROBERT WALLACE 



JEFFERY R, WALSH 



MAUREEN WALSH 



KATHLEEN ANNE WILBER Kathie 

Choral Masters 3, 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; Friend- 
ship Club 2, 3; FT A 2, 3. 4; Executive Board 4; Soph- 
omore Mixed Choir 2; Majorette 2, 3; Pink Panthers 4; 
Spirits 4 



DONNA WILBRAHAM 

G.A A. 2; Girl's Concert Choir 2 



MARTHA WILDER Marty 

A.F.S. 2; Choral Masters 3. 4; E-Room Activities 4 
F.T.A 3, 4; G AA 2: Girl's Concert Choir 2; G L.C 
3. 4; Treasurer 4; Humanities 4; Linguist Club 2, 3. 4, 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Senior Scandal 4: Spirits 
3, 4; Survey Editorial Staff Candidate for N.C T.E. 



DAN ZDANOWICZ Bones 

Baseball 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3; J.V. Basketball 2; 
Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Spirits 3, 4; Stagecraft 4 



KAREN ZELMAN Karen 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Friendship Club 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Prom Committee 4; Student 
Council Representative 3 



DAVID ALLEYN ZGONC Dave 

Basketball 3; J.V. Basketball 2; E-Room Activities 3; 
Football 2. 3; J.V. Football 2; Key Club 3; Lettermen's 
Club 3; Letterman 3; Movie Club 2; Ski Club 4; Library 



Mo 



itor 4 



RONALD G. WALSH Bobo 

J.V. Football 2; Student Council Representative 2, 3 



PATSY WALTER Patl 

DEC. A. 4, Secretary 4; Folk Club 2, 3. 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3; G A A. 2, 3, 4; Girl's Concert Choir 2, 3; 
Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Retail Management 4 



ALAN WALTON 



KATHLEEN WARNER 



LAUREL-ANN WARNKE ~:~"- Laurie 

Big Show 4; Choral Masters 3, 4; Friendship Club 3; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Linguist Club 
2, 3. 4; National Honor Society 3. 4; Spectrum 3, 4, 
President 4; Spirits 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 4; Varsity 
Chorale 4 



CAROL WILLERT Carol 

Friendship Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 2, 3. 4; Pink 
Panthers 4; President 4 



LEROY WILLIAMS 



NANCY ANNE WILLIAMS 



Nancy 

Choral Masters 3. 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; Maj- 
orettes 4; Majorette Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette Substitutes 
3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4 



ARTHUR LINWOOD WILSON 



WILLIAM WARREN WILSON 



LEE K. WINDER 



GREGORY WAYNE ZGONC Greg 

J V Basketball 2; E-Room Activities 4; J.V. Football 2; 
Homecoming Committee 4; Prom Committee 4; Student 
Council Representative 4 



DON ZIEGLER Don 

DEC, A 4; Magnum Club 2, 3, 4 



RONALD CARL ZIEMMER Zeke 

Transfer Student 3 



KARL ERIC ZIMMERMANN 
Cross Country 2 



JAMES ZIVIC Jim 

Cross Country 2, 3: Track 2; J.V. Wrestling 2 



DARLENE WATERWASH 



LARRY JAMES WATTS Larry 

Baseball 2, 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; Lettermen's Club 
3. 4; Letterman 3. 4; Wrestling 3; Youth Power 3, 4 



GLORIA J. WEBER Glor 

Ad Club 3, 4; E-Room Activities 4; Friendship Club 2; 

F.T.A. 2, 3; Girl's Concert Choir 2; Linguist Club 2, 3, 
4; Senior Scandal 4; Spirits 4 



SARA WEINBERGER Sara 

A.F.S. 3; Euclidian Business Staff 4; Euclidian Training 
Club 3; F.T A. 3, 4; Linguist Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Spirits 4; Survey Training Club 2 



SUSAN WEIR 



ADRIENNE LOUISE WELLS 
Voice of Art 4 



JOHN ALAN WENDOLOWSKI 
Key Club 2. 3, 4 



NANCY WINTERS Nancy 

A.F.S. 2. 3. 4; E-Room Activities 3. 4, Chairman 3; 
G.A.A 4; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; G.L.C. 3, 4. Presi- 
dent 4i Homecoming Committee 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3. 4; Girls' Volleyball 4; Spirits 3, 4; Student 
Council Representative 2; Student Council Executive 
Board 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Winter Festival Committee 3, 4 



ALLEN ANTHONY WISNIEWSKI 

Baseball 2, 3, Manager 2, 3; Foremen's Club 4 



TERRY W, WISSER 
ANDREA WITCZAK 
DAVE C WOHLGEMUTH 
GREG WOLENSKI 
DIANE WUNDERLE 
KATHLEEN ELAINE YANCHAR 



Terry 

Wog 
Greg 



SHIRLEY ZNIDARSIC 
Friendship Club 2; Co-op 4 



BETHANN ZONNEVILLE Beth 

Folk Club 4; Human Relations Seminar 4; Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Spectrum 4 



PATRICIA J ZORKO 



EVA MARIA ZUCKER Eva 

Euclidian Editorial Staff 3, 4, Senior Editor 4: Euclidian 
Training Club 2; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; G.L.C. 4; 
Human Relations Seminar 4; I Q.S. 3, 4; Linguist Club 
2, 3, 4 



PATRICIA ZUPANC Paiti 

E-Room Activities 3. 4; Euclidian Training Club 3; 
Friendship Club 2. 3; G.A A 2. 3; Girl's Concert Choir 
3; Sophomore Mixed Choir 2; GLC 3; I O S. 4; Maj- 
orette Club 2. 3; Prom Committee 4; Senior Scandal 4; 
Ski Club 4; Student Council Representative 2. 3. 4; 
Survey Editorial Staff 3. 4; Survey Training Club 3; 
Voice of Art 4 



JOHN PHILIP WHITCOMB John 

E-Room Activities 3, 4; Golf Club 3. 4; Pit Band 3 4- 
Soccer 3, 4; Talent Scouts E.H.S. 3, 4; Youth Power 



KENNETH ALAN YATES 



DALE E. YOGER 



Ken 

Yogi 



JOANNA MARIE ZUPANCIC Joann 

DEC A 4, President 4; F.B.L A 3; Homecoming Com- 
mittee 3 



DAVID WHITE 
J.V. Football 2 



BILL YOUNG JR. Causy 

Football 3; J.V. Football 2; Boys' Gym Leaders 3 4; 
Letterman 3, 4; N.A.S.S. 3; Track 2 



MARGUERITE ZUST - Peggy 

Cheerleaders »: 4; Friendship Club 2; Sophomore Mixed 
Choir 2; Lettermen's Club 3. 4: National Honor Society 
3, 4; Student Council Representative 3 



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FACULTY INDEX 



ROBERT ADDIS, Physical Education, Chairman; Kent 
State University B.Sc, M.Ed.; Baseball Coach, Boys' 
Intramural Director 



MARILYN ALVAREZ, Physical Education; Bowling 
Green State University, B.Sc, B.Ed.; Girls' Leaders 
Club Advisor 



NORMA COWAN, English; Miami University, B.S.Ed.; 
Wisconsin State University; Assistant Spectrum Advisor 



DENNIS COX, English; Miami University, B.Sc. 



JEAN COX, Guidance Counseling; Allegheny College; 
Kent State University; University of Pittsburgh; Colum- 
bia University; Duquesne University; B.A., A.B. 



JAMES GALLAGHER, English; YoungstovKn University, 
B.Sc. Ed.; Case-Western Reserve University, M.A.; Ohio 
State University 



PAUL GANIM, English; Ohio University, B.S.; Ohio State 
University; Director of Dramatics, Soccer Coach 



ALVIN AMSTER, Business; Western Reserve University, 
B.A., M.A.; Student Supply Store Advisor 



ANTOINETTE ARACA, Art; Cleveland Institute of Art; 
Kent State University, B.Sc; Voices of Art Advisor 



GAIL ATLESON, Foreign Language; University of 
Michigan, B.A. 

FRANK AULTZ, English, Chairman; Mount Union Col- 
lege, B.A.; Kent State University, M.Ed.; Western Re- 
serve University; DePauw University; Ohio State Uni- 
versity; Eucuyo Advisor 



ROBERT CRARY, Guidance Counseling; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, B.A., B.Sc; Western Reserve University, M.A., 
Ph.D.; C.E.C. Awards Program Director 



JUDITH CURRAN, Mathematics; Notre Dame College, 
B.Sc; John Carroll University; University of Colorado 



HAROLD DAUGHERTY, Physical Education; Ohio Uni- 
versity, B.Sc; John Carroll University, M.A.; Head Bas- 
ketball Coach, Spirits Advisor 



DALE DAVISON, Science; Ohio University, B.Sc. Ed.; 
Ohio State University, M.Ed.; Michigan State Univer- 
sity; Purdue University 



CLAYTON GEORGE, Business; Kent State University, 
B.S.Ed., M.Ed.; East Carolina College; University of 
Dayton; Chess Club Advisor 



JOHN GERMOCK, Industrial Arts; California College; 
University of Pittsburgh; University of Connecticut; B.Sc. 



WILMA GILLMAN, Division Dean; Heidelberg College, 
B.A.; Western Reserve University, M.A. 



DONALD GLASER, Social Studies; Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, B.A.; Ohio State University, M.A.; Political Af- 
fairs Club Advisor 



RONALD BACKOS, Science; California State College, 
B.S.Ed.; Kent State University, M.Ed.; St. John's Uni- 
versity; Western Reserve University; University of Cali- 
fornia; Lake Erie College 



OLIN BAILEY, Science; Rio Grande, B.A.Ed.; Ohio 
State University, M.Sc; Western Reserve University, 
M.A.; Kent State University; Movie Club Advisor 

RUTH BARRELL, Science; Wheaton College, A.B.; 
Western Reserve University; Campus Life Sponsor 

JOSEPH BARRY, Social Studies; Ohio University, B.S.; 
Xavier University, M.Ed.; Junior Varsity Basketball 
Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach, Spirits Advisor 

DONNA BAUMEISTER, Foreign Language; Miami Uni- 
versity, A.B.; Ohio State University, M.A.; University of 
Colorado; University of Munich; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity; Baldwin-Wallace College; Goethe Institute 



JERRY BERGEM, Assistant Principal; Kent State Uni- 
versity, B.Sc; Western Reserve University, M.A., Ed.D.; 
Senior Class Advisor, Ski Club Advisor 



JUDITH BLECHSCHMID, Home Arts; Ohio University, 
B.Sc; Folk Club Advisor 



WILLIAM DeMORA, Social Studies; Ohio State Univer- 
sity, B.Sc; Kent State University, M.Ed.; Indiana Uni- 
versity; Ohio University 



NATHANIEL DICKINSON, Social Studies; Kent State 
University, B.Sc. Ed., M.Ed.; Ohio State University; Eu- 
clidian Business Staff Advisor 



FORREST DIEHL, Social Studies; Hiram College, B.A.; 
Kent State University, M.Ed.; George Washington Uni- 
versity; University of Colorado; Claremont Graduate 
University; United Appeal Chairman 



LILLIAN DRESCHER, English; Notre Dame College, 
B A.; Western Reserve University, M.A.; John Carroll 
University; Eucuyo Advisor 



CLARENCE ECKERT, Industrial Arts; Kent State Univer- 
sity, B.Sc, M.A.; Western Reserve University; Head 
Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach 



MARIA FANNO, Business; Kent State University, B.Sc. 



CORMAC GORMAN, Mathematics; LaSalle College; Uni- 
versity of Pennsylvania; Villanova University; B.A., M.A.; 
Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach 



MARGIE GORSLENE, Mathematics; Western Kentucky 
State University, A.B.; Ohio Slate University, M.Ed.; 
Miami University; University of Cincinnati; Future 
Teachers of America Advisor 



JOHN GRIFFIN, Division Dean; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, B.Sc, M.A. 



RONALD HARDING, Social Studies; Ohio University; 
Kent State University; Western Reserve University; 
B.Ed., B.Sc; Bowling Team Coach, Human Relations 
Seminar Advisor 



DALE HARPER, Music, Chairman; Western Reserve 
University, M.A.; Cincinnati Conservatory of Music; 
University of Cincinnati, B.Sc, P.S.M.; Big Show Spon- 
sor, Marching Band Sponsor 



SUE HARRIS, English; Ohio Wesleyan University, B.A.; 
Ohio State University, B.Sc; Future Teachers of Ameri- 
ca Advisor 



ROGER BROWN, Social Studies; Kent State University, 
B.Sc, B. Ed.; Assistant Wrestling Coach 



WILLIAM BROWN, English; University of Florida, B.A.; 
University of Illinois; Western Reserve ijniversity 



JUDINA BRUNNER, Mathematics; Smith College, A.B.; 
Oberlin College, M.A.T. 

ARLENE CARTER, Physical Education, Chairman; Bowl- 
ing Green State University; Trinity University; Western 
Reserve University; Miami University; B.Sc, M.A.; 
Friendship Club Advisor 



RONALD CHAMBERS, Industrial Arts; Kent State Uni- 
versity, B.Sc; Western Reserve University, M.A.; Fore- 
men's Club Advisor 



URSULA CIPOLLO, Business; Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity, B.Sc. Ed. 



AHMED FELLAGUE, Foreign Language; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, B.Sc, M.A.; University of the Americas; George- 
town University; West Virginia University 



ANTHONY FERRITTO, Industrial Arts; Bowling Green 
State University, B.A. 



KATHLEEN FOGARTY, English; Bowling Green State 
University; Ursuline College; John Carroll University, 
B.A. 



FRANK FOWLER, Adjusted Curriculum; Ohio State Uni- 
versity, B.ScAgr., B.Sc.Ed.; Bowling Green State Uni- 
versity; Ohio State University 



DANIEL FRANCETIC, Science; Duquesne University, 
B.Ed.; St. Louis University; Western Reserve University 



GEORGE FRANDSEN, English; University of Toledo, 
B.Ed.; Student Council Advisor 



JOAN HAUSRATH, Art; Bowling Green State University, 
B.Sc, M.F.A.; Folk Club Advisor, Student United Ap- 
peal Drive Sponsor 



WENDELL HAYES, Science; Kent State University, B.Sc. 



GERALD HENDERSON, English; Bowling Green State 
University, B.Sc.Ed.; Euclidian Editorial Staff Sponsor 



RAY HIVELY, Foreign Language, Social Studies; Rio 
Grande College; Ohio State University; Franklin Univer- 
sity; Colorado Uni>'ersily; Colorado State University; 
Otterbein College; B.A., M.A.; World Affairs Club Ad- 



CHERYL HOCEVAR, Home Arts; Ohio State University, 
B.Sc; Baldwin-Wallace College; Y-Teen Friendship Club 
Sponsor 



PATRICIA BUCK, Physical Education; Otterbein College, 
B.A.; Case-Western Reserve University, M.Sc; Girls' 
Athletic Association Advisor 



JAMES CALVERT, Science; North Central College, B.A.; 
Ohio State University, M.A.; Western Reserve University 



JUDITH CARMODY, English; Notre Dame College, B.A.; 
Western Reserve University, A.B.; National Forensic 
League Co-Sponsor, Debate Advisor 



NANCY CLARK, Science; University of Michigan, B.Sc, 
M.A.; Allegheny College; University of California; Yale 
University; American University 



CARL CLEMENTS, Mathematics, Chairman; Capital Uni- 
versity, B.Sc; Western Reserve University, M.A.; Ohio 
State University; Drew University; Fenn College 



JAMES CLIFFEL, Guidance Counseling; John Carroll 
University, B.S.S.; Kent State University, M.Ed.; Fenn 
College; Case University; Ski Club Sponsor 



SHELDON FREEDMAN, Science, Chairman; City College 
of New York, B.Sc, f^.S.; Western Reserve University, 
M.A.; Honors Program Coordinator 



KATHRYN FRYE, Home Arts, Chairman; Kent State Uni- 
versity, B.Sc.Ed.; John Carroll University; Home Eco- 
nomics Club Advisor 



MARILYN FUERST, English: Kent State University, B.Sc. 



EMELIE GALE, English; DePaul University, A.B.; Du- 
quesne University, M.Ed. 



ALOYSIUS GALICKI, Industrial Arts; Ohio University, 
B.Sc; Kent State University, M.Ed.; Assistant Football 
Coach 



WILLIAM GALL, Science; Duquesne University, B.Sc. 
Ed.; Ripon College; University of Pittsburgh; Western 
Reserve University; Syracuse University 



GERTRUDE HOEGER, Art; Ohio State University, B.Sc; 
Western Reserve University, M.A,; Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity; Michigan State University; United Appeal Chair- 
man. Friendship Club Advisor 



THOMAS HOFFART, Industrial Arts; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, B.Sc; Kent State University, M.Ed.; Assistant 
Football Coach, Assistant Golf Coach 



FRANK HOFFERT, Social Studies; Western Reserve 
University, B.A., M.A.; Institute of Rome of the Society 
of Dante Alighieri; Humanities East Sponsor 



VIDA HORN, Foreign Language; Notre Dame College, 
A.B.; Western Reserve University; Kent State Univers- 
ity, M.A. 



LYLE HOUGHTLING, Industrial Arts; University of 
Pittsburgh 



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RICHARD HUNGERFORD. Industrial Arts; Hiram Col- 
lege, B.A.; Kent State University, B.Sc, M.Ed.; Ober- 
lin College 



JACK JENKINS, English; Indiana University, B.A., 
M.A., Western Reserve University, M.F.A. 

FRED JOHNS. Assistant Principal; Western Reserve 
University. B.Sc. MA.; Kent State University; Ohio 
University; Senior Banquet Advisor 

ALBFHT .lUDGE. Science; Kent Stale Uni>'ersity; Ken- 
yon College; University of Florida; Western Reserve 
University; B.Sc, M.Sc, M.Ed.; Science Seminar Ad- 



MILTON KADLEC. Industrial Arts; Illinois State Uni- 
versity. B.Sc Ed. 



JUDITH POVSE, Mathematics; Bowling Green Slate 
University, B.Sc; Cheerleaders Sponsor 

FRANK PRINGLE, English; St. Bonaventure University. 
BA.; John Carroll University; Kent Stale University; 
Bucf<nell University; Western Reserve University; Tow- 
son State College; GoK Coach, Goll Club Sponsor 

CAROL PUSATERI, Business; Youngstovnn University, 
B.Sc. Ed.; Kent Stale University; Future Business Lead- 
ers of America Advisor 

MICHAEL RAICEVICH. Social Studies; Wilmington Col- 
lege; Ohio State University; B.Sc. Ed., M.Ed.; Student 
Council Sponsor 



WILLIAM STARR, Science; Indiana State University, 
B.Sc; Pennsylvania Stale University, M.Ed. 



DONALD STEINBRINK, Science; Ohio Stala University 
B.Sc. Ed., B.ScAgr. 



DAVID STERLEKAR. Business; University of Dayton, 
BSc.Ed.; John Carroll University; Assistant Football 
Coach, Assistant Wrestling Coach 



CECILIA STILLMAN, Social Studies; Western Reserve 
University, BA., M.A.; Radclille College; University of 
Illinois; John Carroll University; Youth Council on 
Human Relations 



ROBERT STOJETZ, Science; Ohio University. B Sc Ed ; 
John Carroll University; Junior Varsity Football Coach 



ELLEN KLEIN. Business; Ohio Slate University. B S Ed. 

JANE LELLIS, English; Westminister College, B.A. 

EDITH LEMON. Guidance Counseling; Nonhv^eslern 
College. B Sc; Western Reserve University. MA. 

CHARLES LEWIS. Adiusted Curriculum; Ohio Slate 
University; Western Reserve University; Kent Slate 
University; B B A. 



JAMES LINDSAY. Assistant Principal; Baldwin-Wallace 
College. B.A; Wesleyan University. MAT.; Kent State 
University 



RICHARD RACKOVAN. Science; Highland University. 
M N.S.; Dickinson College; Millersville Slate College, 
BSc.Ed ; Georgetown University; Oklahoma University; 
Baldwin-Wallace College 

HOWARD REMINICK, Physical Education; University of 
Toledo, B.Ed.; Western Reserve University, MA ; Intra- 
mural Director 

CHARLES RENO, Mathematics; Edinboro Stale College, 
B.Sc; Harvard University, MEd.; National Honor 
Society Sponsor, Radio Club Sponsor 



JAMES STUCKEY, Social Studies, Chai.man; Blulllon 
College, B.A ; Ohio State University, M.A.; Western 
Reserve University 



JOHN SUPANCE, Industrial Arts; Stevens Poinl Teach- 
ers College, BSc.Ed; Kent State University, M.Ed; 
Ohio University; School Safety Program Chairman 



JANET SZEPESSY, English; Miami University, B Sc.Ed. 



SAMUEL TAYLOR, Music; High Poinl College, North- 
western University; East School of Music; Columbia 
University; B.Sc, M.Ed. 



ELAINE LOKAR. Home Arts; Ohio State University. 
B.Sc ; Kent Stale University 

KENNETH LOWE. English; Ohio University, BSc.Ed 

MARILYN LUCAS, Science; Lake Erie College, A.B ; 
Western Reserve University. M.Sc; Science Seminar 
Co-Sponsor 



CLYDE MANSPEAKER, Social Studies; Lock Haven 
State College, B.Sc; Cleveland Marshall Law School; 
Varsity Baseball Coach 

DONALD MARTIN. Division Dean; Kent Stale Univer- 
sity, BSc.Ed., M.Ed. 

EMBERT MARTIN, Industrial Arts; Iowa Slate Univer- 
sity, B.Sc; Kent Slate University, M.Ed. 

WILLIAM McCARTER. Social Studies; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, B.Sc, M.A.; Baldwin-Wallace College, J.D ; 
Magnum Club Sponsor 

DAVID McKELVEY. Business. Chairman; Muskingum 
Colleqe, B.A.; Indiana University, MS.; University of 
Dayton: Kent State Uni-ersity; University of Cincin- 
nati; Ohio State University; Cooperative Office Edu- 
cation Advisor 



ROBERT Mclaughlin. Guidance Counseling; Kent 
State University, B.Sc; Western Reserve University 
M.Ed. 



EDMUND MIZE, Business; Ohio State University; Kent 
State University; Ohio University; B.Sc; Survey Business 
Staff Advisor 



DONALD MOHR, Physical Education; Baldwin-Wallace 
Colleqe. B A,; Western Reserve University, M.Ed.; 
Bowling Green State University; Letterman's Club Spon- 



JANET NARTEN. Enallsh; University of North Carolina, 
B.A.; University of Michigan, M.A.; Northwestern Uni- 



DONALD RINKES, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
B.Sc; West Virginia University; West Liberty State 
College; Case Institute of Technology; Fenn College; 
University of Hawaii; University of Illinois; Kent State 
University, MEd.; Camera Club Advisor, Movie Club 
Advisor 



LEONARD ROBUCK. English; Western Reserve Uni- 
versity, B.A., M.A.; National Forensic League Advisor, 
Talent Scouts Advisor, Fall Play Director 

JOSEPH RODRIGUEZ, Science; Ohio University, 
BSc.Ed.; Assistant Tennis Coach, Assistant Swimming 
Coach 

RICHARD ROSE, Mathematics; Ohio University. B.Sc. 
Ed.; Western Reserve University, M.Ed., M.S.M.T. 

MARSHA ROUTZAHN. English; Ohio University, B.A.; 
Majorettes Sponsor 



WALTER SCHWEGLER, Principal; Baldwin-Wallace Co 
lege, B.A.; Western Reserve University, M.A. 



ELLEN SERVICE, English; St. John's University, B.A. 



HARRIET SHEATS, Assistant Principal; Kent State Uni- 
versity, B.Sc. Ed.; Western Reserve University, M.A., M.S. 



RALPH SIBERT, Business; Kent Slate University, B.Sc; 
Western Reserve University, M.A.; Distributive Educa- 
tion Club of America Sponsor 

JUDITH SIMONICH, Foreign Language; Grove City Col- 
lege, B.A. 

GRANVILLE SMITH, English; Indiana State Unive-sity, 
B.Sc. Ed.; Pennsylvania State University, MA.; Survey 
Editorial Staff Advisor, International Quill and Scroll 
Sponsor, N.C.T.E. Coordinator 



EDWARD TEKIELI, Physical Education; Glenville Stale 
College, B A.; West Virginia University, B.Sc; Head 
Football Coach 



MARION THOMAS. Home Arts; Baldwin-Wallace Col- 
lege, B.Sc; University of California; Kent State Uni- 
versity; Cordon Bleu College; Youth Power Sponsor 



DALE THOMPSON, Mathematics; Muskingum College, 
B.A.; Western Reserve University; Butler University; 
West Virginia University; Head Track Coach 



DOROTHY TOMBAUGH, Science; Alfred Uni.eisity, 
B.Sc ; Siena Heights College, M A.T.; Miami University 



PEGGY TORNSTROM, Physical Educalion; Bowling 
Green State University. BSc; Weste n Reserve Uni- 
versity, M.A.; Girls' Swim Leaders Sponsor. Wai Na- 
polo Sponsor 



JACQUELINE TOTH, Mathematics; Indiana State Col- 
lege, B.Sc. 



FRANK TROGLIA. Division Dean; Ohio Stale University, 
B.Sc; Western Reserve University. M.A ; Kent State 
University 

ANTHONY VACCARIELLO, Foreign Language; Miami 

University, B.Sc; Western Resene University. M.A.; 

Gannon College N D.E A.; Ad Club Advisor, Faculty 
Manager of Athletics 

RUTH VERMILLION, Guidance Counseling; Akron Uni- 
versity, B A.; Western Reserve University, M.A. 

FRED VOLLMAN, Industrial Arts. Chairman; Western 
Reserve University, B. Sc.Ed., M.A.; Cleveland Institute 
of Art; Kent State University; Eucuyo Co-Sponsor 



LEONARD WEISENBERG, Social Studies; University of 
Missouri. B A ; John Carroll University, M.A.; Western 
Reserve University; American University; Kent State 
University; Drake University 

GAYE WHIELDON, Physical Education; Ashland Col- 
lege, BSc.Ed.; Girls' Athletic Association Co-Sponsor 

MARY WHITE, Social Studies; Uisuline College, B.A. 



DAVID NICHTING. Social Studies; John Carroll Uni- 
versity, B.Sc, M.A.; Assistant Football Coach, Assist- 
ant Baseball Coach 



HERBERT NOLD, Industrial Arts; Ohio University. 
BSc.Ed.; Bowling Green State University, M.Ed.; Kent 
State University; Head Tennis Coach, Foremen's Club 
Advisor 

VINITA O'DONNELL, Home Arts; Marshall University, 
B.A., M.A.; Kent State University; John Carroll Uni- 
versity 

MYRA OLIVER. English; Mount Union College; Ohio 
State University; London University; Western Reserve 
University; M.A., B.A. 



LARRY SMITH. English; Muskingum College. B A.; Kent 
State University 



RUTH SMITH. Guidance Counseling; Flora Stone Mathe 
B.A.; Western Reserve University. M.A. 



WAYNE SMITH. Social Studies; Muskingum College. 
B.A.; John Carroll University 



MICHELE SPOTT, English; Ohio State University. B.Sc 
Ed.; Euclidian Editorial Staff Sponsor 



MERWIN STAINES. Guidance Counseling; New York 
State University, B.Sc; University of Colorado. M.Ed.; 
Public Address Club Co-Sponsor 



ELEANOR WIEGAND, Business; Berea College, B.A.; 
Kent State University, M.A. 

CAROL WILLIAMS, Business; Villa Maria College, 
BSc.Ed.; Indiana State College, M.A.; Western Reserve 
University 

ROBERT YOCUM. Vocational Coodinator; Kent State 
University. B.Sc. Ed.; John Carroll University. M.A.; 
Public Address Club Sponsor 

MARGARET ZIMMERMAN. Foreign Language. Chair- 
man; Moravian College; Columbia University; Middle- 
bury College; Muhlenburg College; Western Reserve 
University; University of Rennes; B.A., M.A.; American 
Field Service Director, Language Lab Director 



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ADVERTISING 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 
THE 




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EUCLID 

MOVIE 

CLUB 




BERNADETTE 

BRIDAL -COCKTAIL -FORMAL WEAR 

22686 SHORE CENTER DRIVE 

261-5550 



SAVE? 




TED BROCK JEWELER 

391 E. 200 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 44119 

531-5035 



258 




BEN DiGIOVANNI 



6-4343 



259 




EUROPA 
TRAVEL SERVICE 

759 E. 185th St. 
486-3773 



LATOUR 
OLDSMOBILE INC. 

25200 Euclid Ave. 
261-2800 



MAKE 

A Good Impression 

So . . . 

♦ EXPERIENCE 

♦ QUALIFIED PERSONNEL 

♦ THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT 

AND THE DESIRE 
TO SERVE YOUR 
PRINTING NEEDS 

VOGUE PRINTING 
COMPANY, INC. 

618 East 185th Street Cleveland 19, Ohio 
Area Code 216 486-0585 




RADIX WIRE CO. 

26260 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-9191 



260 



The 

Graduation Gift 
That Nobody 
Ever Gets... 



It's tops on the most-wanted list of 
every graduate, but no one ever gets it 
. . . not the rich . . . not the smart . . . not 
the swinging . . . not the cool. 

That's because it can't be bought 
anywhere in your town or anywhere 
in the world for that matter. It has to 
come from mside you. It has to be 
earned the hard way, without help 
from your parents, your teachers, or 
your friends. 

It's the ability to know what to do 
after the prom is over and the cap and 
gown have gone back to the rental 
service. It's the ability to make a deci- 
sion about the army, or college, or a 
company that's going to help you 
amount to something. 

Nobody ever said that knowing what 
to do is the simplest thing in the world. 
Nobody ever will. But they will tell you 
that the best choice is seldom the 



easiest one. They'll tell you that the 
right decision is often the one that 
takes careful planning, thinking and 
plain old guts when you get down to 
making it. 

We hope that at this time you give 
your plans for the future at least the 
same amount of time you give to 
thoughts of the past. And if it's a career 
you decide upon, one that will give 
you a chance to prove your worth to 
yourself and a company, we hope you 
consider Reliance. 

You see, we have confidence m you 
and your town. That's why we're here. 
Think It over, and let us know if we can 
help you pick out that decisive gift . . . 
from yourself. 



ELECTRIC COMPANY 

GENERAL OFFICES ''EUCLID, OHIO 



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EUCLIDIAN 
BEAUTY 
COLLEGE 

22741 Shore Center Drive 

EUCLID 23, OHIO 

AN 1-2600 



262 



MAN-GILL 
CHEMICAL CO. 

23000 St. Clair Ave. 
Cleveland, Ohio 441 17 

486-5300 
INDUSTRIAL METAL 

CLEANERS 

METAL FINISHING 

SPECIALTIES 



CHARTER HOUSE 

RTE. 20 at 24800 EUCLID AVENUE 

CLEVELAND (EUCLID), OHIO 44117 

TELEPHONE ANDREW 1-0300 

RIB ROOM 

Fabulous Roast Beef 

Dancing Friday & Saturday 

TAVERN LOUNGE 

Entertainment Nightly 

BANQUET FACILITIES 

Rooms to Accommodate 

from 6 to 600 



HOTEL CORPORATION 
OF AMERICA 






PAPP'S BODY SHOP 




21100 St. Clair 



IV 1-4333 



COLLEGE LOANS 



to Parents... 
to Students 




SECOMD^^^^SAVINGS ...0... 



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and Loan Association 

Membei Federal Savings and loan Insurance Coiporalion 



22480 Lake Shore Blvd. • 731-1111 
MAIN OFFICE: 333 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 



CURTAIN SHOPS INC. 

25951 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid 32, Ohio 

731-3434 

LOUIS CIZ-MADIA 

Draperies & Slip Covers 
Mode to Order 

Fabrics Shown 

in the Home 



CONGRATULATIONS 
from 

JAKUBS & SONS 
FUNERAL HOMES 

936 East 185 St. 
531-7770 

and 

6621 Edna Ave. 
361-1763 



264 




MEMBER OF 
AMERICAN DIE CASTING INSTITUTE 



PRESSURE CASTINGS INC. 

21500 St. Clair Avenue 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

IV. 1-5400 



Manufacturers of Aluminum 
and line Die Castings 



265 



With Every Good Wish to The Class of 1968 . . . 

YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 

Mayor Kenneth J. Sims 

Judge, Municipal Court William F. Burns 

Law Director William Monroe 

Administrative Director Charles Crown 

Director of Public Safety Ralph O. Dunker 

Finance Director Arthur Davis 

Service Director Anthony Giunta 

President of Council Harry Knuth 

1st Ward Councilman Fred Brockman 

2nd Ward Councilman Harry Burkhart 

3rd Ward Councilman Max Gerl 

4th Ward Councilman Michael Kosmetos 

Council-At-Large 

Edward J. Eckart 

Anthony J. Sustarsic 

Charles W. Wade 

Joseph E. Whalen 

Chief of Police: Frank W. Payne Fire Chief: George R. Langa 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

LOUIS 
HAIR STYLISTS 

20030 

LAKESHORE BLVD. 

IV-1-3775 



KEITH WEIGLE 
MOTORS INC. 

20941 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

IV— 1-4500 



NATIONAL 

FORENSIC 

LEAGUE 




EUCLID, 
OHIO 



267 



CENTER BEVERAGE 
DELICATESSEN 



22362 LAKESHORE BLVD. 
731-9473 




ZATKO METAL PRODUCTS 
COMPANY 



"World's Largest Manufacturer 
Of Stamped One-Piece Pulleys" 



20850 St. Clair 

Euclid 17, Ohio 

KE 1-8005 



268 



KNIFIC INSURANCE 
SERVICE 



Serving Euclid for 

Over 

15 years 

820 East 185 
481-7540 



269 





THE STUDENT SUPPLY STORE 

Thanks You Again for Your Loyal Support 
Monica Naworski Alvin M. Amster 

Student Manager Faculty Sponsor 



270 



MILLWOOD MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

21700 St. Clair Ave. 
531-0300 



MILLER'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

22480 SHORE CENTER DRIVE 
EUCLID 23, OHIO 
Phone RE 1-9358 



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EUCLID BLUE PRINT & SUPPLY 

908 E. 222 St. 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 

731-4662 

Complete Reproduction Service 

Photostats — Rubber Stamps 

Engineering Supplies 



MODERN DEB 

22822 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 2-9299 





BEALE'S SOHIO 

18610 Lake Shore Blvd. 
481-9703 




FRANCIS J. SHERMAN 
NATIONWIDE INSURANCE 

22070 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-7878 



PIPE MACHINERY 


COMPANY 


29100 Lakeland Blvd. 


Wickliffe, Ohio 


943-3300 




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There's a future for YOU 

at Addressograph Multigraph! 




Your friends will tell you ... 
AM IS A GOOD PLACE TO WORK! 

^2y AdJrEssagraph Multigraph Carp a rat tan 



1200 BABBITT ROAD, CLEVELAND, OHIO 44 1 17 



216 73 1-8000 



WAI NAPOLO 





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SWIM CLUB" 



274 




ZO% 

CASH & CARRY 

3 DAY 

SERVICE 

IN OUR 

PLANT 



CARPET CLEANERS 



I WALL TO WALL CARPETS 

I ORIENTAL RUGS- FURNITURE 

CLEANED ON LOCATION OR 
■ PICK-UP & DELIVERY SERVICE 



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SOIL REPELLANT APPLIED 
KEEPS CARPET CLEAN JO'; LONGER 
WITH DOPONT CHEMICALS 




SALES 



REPAIRS - ALTERATIONS - BINDING - SERGING 
MOTHPROOFING - CARPET INSTALLATIONS 
BONDED - INSURED 

■^H EAST ^^^ ^^^ WEST ^ 

944-5944 1 1 731-8173 

General Offices - 22384 LAKELAND BLVD. 



YANKOVIC 
STEAK HOUSE 

17027 EUCLID AVE. 
531-5122 







Jimmy Jerele 



Frank Yankovic 



TYLOK INTERNATIONAL 



25700 LAKELAND 

EUCLID, OHIO 

261-0400 



275 



EUCLID RACE 

503 EAST 200 STREET 
IV-1-4700 




SHORE CENTER 
BARBERS 

24746 Shore Center Dr. 
261-2066 




COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

STANDARD GLOVE 

23520 St. Clair Ave. 
486-6500 



276 



THERE'S NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY 




RAIMOR STUDIOS 



750 EAST 185th STREET 
IV-1-1166 




YMCA 

631 Babbitt Rd. 
731-7454 



SIMCIC'S TAVERN 

and 

RESTAURANT 

1080 E. 260 St. 
731-9783 





FREEWAY SUNOCO 

20710 South Marginal Road 

EUCLID, OHIO 44119 

531-9680 

TUNE UPS — EAGLE STAMPS — OPEN 24 HOURS 



278 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF "68" 




BOB ANDERSON, REALTY 

20050 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio KE 1-2345 



BOULEVARD SHOES 

22306 Lake Shore Blvd. 
RE 1-0575 




CURL & COLOUR 
BEAUTY CENTRE 

22682 Shore Center Dr. 
261-3330 



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OHIO CAM & TOOL 
COMPANY 

23530 St. Clair Ave. 
KE-1-7900 



279 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



THE PARKER ELECTRIC CO, 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



280 



THE 



AMERICAN STAMPING 



COMPANY 



26650 LAKELAND BLVD. 
731-9333 




"C" ZIECHMANN'S 

WILDWOOD 

FLORAL & GIFT SHOP 

20020 Lake Shore Blvd. 
486-5100 



PERKINS 
PANCAKE HOUSE 

22780 Shore Center Dr. 
732-8077 




281 



MARTIN'S 
MEN'S WEAR 

696 E. 185th St. 
481-4949 




CONVENIENT 
FOOD MART 

811 E. 222 St. 
261-2289 







T. J. MURNICK 

MANUFACTURING 

INC. 

23700 St. Clair Ave. 
486-6666 




PECTRUM 



CONGRATULATES 

THE 
CLASS OF '68 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



EUCLID 

LETTERMEN 




JOHN KAUSEK 
STUDIOS 

762 E. 185th St. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 44119 

Phone (216) 531-0963 




availfAmUTY 



PERSONNEL SERVICE 

24100 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 

EUCLID, OHIO 44123 

216/261-4700 



283 



REAL HARDWARE 

740 E. 185th St. 
IV-1-3300 




MASCO 

MACHINERY 
INC. 



23610 St. Clair Ave. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

486-1772 



THE LUBRIZOL CORPORATION 



EXTENDS CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 

EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 
CLASS OF '68 




FUTURE 

TEACHERS 

ASSOCIATION 




BUY 

REED'S RUBBER 
RAFTS 

THE BEST FLOTATION 
IN TARNATION 



29050 Lake Shore 
943-5686 



A. J. PARKER 

INDUSTRIES 

INC. 

23562 St. Glair Ave. 
486-0177 



285 



THE STUDENT COUNCIL 



DEVELOPING CITIZENSHIP 

AND 

SERVING OUR SCHOOL 

AND 

OUR COMMUNITY 



286 




287 



COMPLIMENTS OF 




NON-FERROUS 

METALS 

FABRICATING CO. 

21721 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 44117 

531-3585 



288 



FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 

22304 Lake Shore Boulevard 
RE. 1-3450 




CONGRATULATIONS 

CLASS OF 

1968 

EUCLIDIAN 

BUSINESS 

STAFF 



ADVERTISING INDEX 



Addressograph Multigraph 273 

Aladdin Carpet Cleaners 275 

American Stamping Co 281 

Bob Anderson Realty 279 

Avail Ability 283 

Beale's Sohio 272 

Bernadette Bridal Co 258 

Big Bouquet 259 

Boulevard Shoes 279 

Ted Brock Jewelers 258 

Brown Derby 285 

Center Beverage 268 

Charter House 263 

Convenient Food Mart 282 

Curl & Colour Beauty Centre 279 

Curtain Shops, Inc 264 

Euclid Blue Print 271 

Euclid City Officials 266 

Euclidian Beauty College 262 

Euclidian Business Staff 289 

Euclid Race 276 

Europa Travel Service 260 

Freeway Sunoco 278 

Friedman's Jewelers 289 

Future Teachers of America 285 

Millwood Manufacturing Co 271 

Jakubs & Son Funeral Homes 264 

John Kausek Studios 283 

Knific Insurance 269 

La Tour Oldsmobile 260 

Letterman's Club , 283 

Louis Hair Stylists 267 

Lubrizol Corp 284 

Man-Gill Chemical Co 263 

Martin's Men's Wear 282 



Masco Machinery 

Miller's Beauty Salon 

Modern Deb 

Movie Club 

Murnick Manufacturing 

National Forensic League 

Non-Ferrous Metals 

Ohio Cam & Tool Co 

Bill Papp's Body Shop 

Parker Electric Co 

Parker Industries 

Perkins Pancake House 

Pipe Machinery Co 

Pressure Castings 

Radix Wire Co 

Raimor Studios 

Real Hardware 

Reed's Rubber Rafts 

Reliance Electric Co 

Second Federal Savings & Loan 

Francis J. Sherman 

Shore Center Barbers 

Simcic's Tavern & Restaurant . . . 

Spectrum Club 

Standard Glove 

Student Council 

Student Supply Store 

Tylock International, Inc 

Vogue Printing Co 

Wai Napolo Swim Club 

Keith Weigle Motors, Inc 

Yankovic Steak House 

Y. M. C. A 

Zatko 

"C" Ziechmann's Wildwood . . . . 



284 
271 
272 
258 
282 
267 
288 
279 
263 
280 
285 
281 
272 
265 
260 
277 
284 
285 
261 
264 
272 
276 
278 
282 
276 
286 
270 
275 
260 
274 
267 
275 
278 
268 
281 



289 



PATRONS 



Adelon Hair Shoppe 
21939 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-4868 



Cleveland Precision Casting 
22290 Lal<eland Blvd. 
261-6776 



Fleetwood Industries inc. 
819 E. 185 St. 
531-5570 



Alvin's Jewelers 
690 E. 185 St. 
481-4104 



The Colonial Homestead 
22066 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-8535 



Flickinger Inc. 
939 E. 222 St. 
731-7100 



Dr. & Mrs. R. M. Baldwin 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-3111 



Compliments 
Of a 
Friend 



Freeway Sporting Goods 
555 E. 185 St. 
486-2523 



Bill's Shell Service 
29000 Lake Shore Blvd. 
943-9866 



Contemporary Music Manor 

888 E. 222 St. 

732-8666 



Hattendorf-Bliss & Co. 
25080 Lakeland Blvd. 
RE1-0777 



Sing's Suburbia Furniture 
22300 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-0800 



Decker Appliance Service 
445 E. 200 St. 
486-7200 



F. Hohlfelder 

26470 Lakeland Blvd. 

731-7400 



Boulevard Radio & T.V. Service 

906 E. 222 St. 

731-7863 



V. Demshar & Son's 
22034 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-4770 



J. C. Homer T.V. 
528 E. 200 St. 
481-7991 



Brickman's & Son's Funeral Home 

21900 Euclid Ave. 

481-5277 



The Drilling Co. Inc. 
25030 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-4441 



Hudson Pharmacy 
922 E. 222 St. 
732-7066 



R. B. Broglio, D.D.S. 



Euclid National Bank 
22818 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-9090 



J. C.'s Barber Shop 
920 E. 222 St. 
261-4624 



Call 

861-2447 

Anytime 



Paul J. Everson Realtor 
24100 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6200 



Joseph & Anthony 

Hairdressers 

22308 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-1550 



Cleveland Fabric Shops 
706 E. 185 St. 
481-6832 



Famous Discounts 
695 E. 185 St. 
KE1-8636 



Knafel's Shore Market 
20070 Lake Shore Blvd. 
IV1-4411 



290 



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Lake Shore Leader Drug 
22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 



Paul's Barber Shop 
687 E. 185 St. 
531-8417 



Don Miller's Sohio 
810 E. 222 St. 
731-9847 



Wiliam Lynch Co. 
608 E. 185 St. 
481-4449 



Precision Optical 
22580 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-1166 



Stell's Beauty Salon 
739 E. 185 St. 
486-4240 



Mary Jayne Shoppe 
664 E. 185 St. 
486-4435 



Petric's Barber Shop 
783 E. 185 St. 
481-3465 



Stone Dry Cleaners 
31124 Vine Street 
944-3777 



Maxim's Foods 
602 E. 185 St. 
KE1-2893 



Melzer Carpet 
22674 Shore Center 
731-5887 



Priester's Sunoco Station 
470 E. 200 St. 
531-9695 



Roesch Paint & Wallpaper Co. 

855 E. 222 St. 

731-3585 



Swift Shoe Repair 
22812 Lake Shore Blvd. 
732-9131 



Miller Jewelry 
768 E. 185 St. 
KE1-0225 



Dr. Allan A. Rolfe 
22408 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-5100 



Taylor's BIRite 

22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 

261-6960 



Nick's Barber Shop 
624 E. 222 St. 



Shoregate Jeweler's 
30332 Lake Shore Blvd. 
943-5660 



Trebec Excavating Inc. 
571 E. 200 St. 
481-1000 



O'Bryon's Restaurant 
Shoregate Shopping Center 
944-6616 



Shore Window Shade & 

Drapery 

21860 Lake Shore Blvd. 

732-7443 



Tuthill's Flowers 
557 E. 185 St. 
KE1-6810 



Compliments 
Of a 
Friend 



Ski-Way Mach. Prods. Co. 
24460 Lakeland Blvd. 
732-9000 



Upson Shell Service 
25911 North Lakeland 
731-9697 



Page Realty Co. 
455 E. 200 St. 
531-1030 



Smith Bros. Cleaners 
703 E. 185 St. 
I VI -3553 



Compliments of 

Mr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Schulz 

Plus Twelve 




Barbara Butt Editor-in-chief 

Thom Kren Art Editor 

Joanne Allchin Art 

Barb Palmer Art 

Heidi Nitsch Art 

Barb Takiguchi Art 

Kathy Federico Copy Editor 

Diane Fellman Copy 

Barb Reed Copy 

Mike Debevec Copy 

Cindy Paparizos Copy 

Katliy Randall Copy 

Diana Komocar Identification Editor 

Eva Zucker Senior Editor 

Marsha Baker Identification 

Janet Crone Identification 

Jane Decatur Identification 

Carol Price Identification 

Beth Heglaw Photo Editor 

Ellen Davis Photo 

Jean Lokar Photo 

Gloria Regalbuto Head Photographer 

Dave Lawrence Photographer 

Bill Brigden Photographer 

Tom Collura Photographer 

Bill Rice Photographer 

Mrs. Michele Spott Sponsor 

Mr. Gerald Henderson . . Sponsor 

Vishna Franic Business Manager 

Tom Budas Ads Manager 

Karen Katona Ads Manager 

Gary Botts Circulation Manager 

Dannie Dugan Circulation Manager 

Ann Trommetter Circulation Manager 

Pat Faiken Ads Layout Manager 

Karen Shook Ads Layout Manager 

Jan Bradshaw Salesman 

Gloria DeMario Salesman 

Marilyn Eikenburg Salesman 

Sue Gustetic Salesman 

Jane Jaquays Salesman 

Jo Ann Leppert Salesman 

Maryann tvlelgun Salesman 

Sandy Mika Salesman 

Susan Milavec Salesman 

Kathy Netschke Salesman 

Andrea Newman Salesman 

Bonnie Perpar Salesman 

Cheryl Reed Salesman 

Katie Shaughnessy Salesman 

Sue Sivik Salesman 

Michele Svigel Salesman 

Debbie Tinker Salesman 

Karen Wade Salesman 

Sara Weinberger Salesman 

Susan Weinke Salesman 

Mr. Nathaniel Dickinson Sponsor 



As the sun slowly rises in the morning sky, our last 
deadline has been met — the 1968 Euclidian is a 
reality. This follows months of planning and careful 
attention, not to mention a considerable number of 
tense moments. 

A great deal of thanks goes to our business staff for its 
successful advertising campaigns, which have given 
us financial backing, to Mr. Jim Parkinson, our con- 
sultant at Consolidated Graphic Arts, to Mr. Morrie 
Levine at Raimor Studios, despite the fact that he 
scares our photo staff to death, and, of course to our 
sponsors, Mrs. Spott and Mr. Henderson, for missing 
rides while staying late, and for restoring our mis- 
placed modifiers. 



For the staff, the year has meant devising our own 
office rules, unbolting the Dutch door, stacking 
Euclidians to the ceiling, our ever-popular picture-of- 
the-week, the Christmas gift exchange and burying 
the Christmas tree stand, frantic balcony captioning 
sessions, various psychological tests with inkspots, 
parties, and the good old-fashioned hard work which 
alone can produce a yearbook. The long hours we've 
all put into this book have often caused us to miss 
important school events. 

We are pleased with the results. The 1968 Euclidian 
is unique to the students and faculty of Euclid High. 
If it gives you the same pleasure I take in presenting it 
to you, then we shall have accomplished our purpose. 

Barb Butt 
Editor-in-Chief 



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