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EUCLIDIAN 1979 



EUCLID SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 

711 EAST 222ND. STREET 

EUCLID, OHIO 44123 

VOLUME XXX 



Seniors 


18-79 


Underclass 


80-113 


Academics 


114-133 


Sports 


134-173 


Activities 


174-239 


Advertising 


240-269 




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MR. ROBERT HALL 

1930 - 1978 



YESTERDAY, so it seems, 

We were lost in a world of pictures. 

He found us and instilled his knowledge. 

With pictures and words in a chaos, 

His touch put them together. 

TODAY-too quickly it came- 
He has left us, never to return. 
For he was fighting two battles: 
One for us and a personal one- 
His, he has lost! 

TOMORROW shortly will come. 

We will never forget him 

But must continue. 

We will make him 

The victor of our struggle. 

The Euclidian Staff 



LINGING to the idea of individualism, the class of 1979 exhibited special traits. 




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XPRESSING their differences made them unique 




LEARNING was sometimes fun but often painful. 




EXERCISING their own styles, teachers instilled knowledge. 




ESULTING in personal satisfaction. 



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EING firm believers in extra-curricular activities, they were 
involved in all aspects of school life . . . 





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ESULTING in personal satisfaction. 



kCHIEVING much athletic success, they were seekers of action 




RAILING no one in the process. 




I NVESTIGATING different areas of 
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RGANIZING their skills to fulfill 
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EARING the end of their high school years, their confidence about their future inspires . . . 




CELEBRATION 




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Throughout the year, there were many reasons for CELEBRATION 
. . . but sometimes they overdid it! The seniors recovered, and 
waited in anticipation for the FINAL CELEBRATION ... 



SENIElRi 




Austin. Beverly 



Austin. Connie 



Aveni. Joseph 



Avery, Charles 



Ayers. Douglas 




Easier. Stephen 



Bealowski, Greg 



Bed:=ley. Debra 



Becay. Gloria 



Bednar, Christine 




Beres, Debbie 



Not that story again. 



DeMoivre's (DiMare's) Theorem is really interesting 




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Beres, Robert 



Berish, James 



Berkey, Craig 



Besselman. Eric 





Bevacqua. Rina 



Bieiek, David 



Blase, Michelle 



Blevlns, Robert 




Bliss. Richard 



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Bolsar, Sharon 




Bonfield, Tracey 



Bookner, Dar 




Bordonaro, Mark 



Boros, Jennifer 




Borthwick, Donna 



Bour, James 



WOW! What a centerfold! 



Bowens, Thomas 





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Boyd, Cheryl 



Bozak, Richard 



Brace, Janet 



Seniors/23 




Braidlch, John 



Branisel, James 



Breeden, Towyna 



Bregltzer, Nancy 



Bregy, Kathern 




Britz, Robert 



Brocone, Gene 



Brown, Thomas 



Bruening, Mike 



Buanno. Andrea 



Seniors/24 




Burrows, Joseph 



Bussey, Dawn 



Bussey, Denise 



Cafarelli. Darlene 



Calhoun. Dan 



Seniors/25 




Cavan, Thomas 



Cefaratti, Monica 



Cerbin, Heidi 



SENIORS/26 




Ciomek, Marie 



Ciotti, Richard 



Civitarese. Frank 



SENIORS/27 




SENIORS/28 




SENIORS/29 



SENIORS/ 30 




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Elze. Robert 



Engel, Ralph 



Erdanl. Mark 



Erne, Mary Ellen 



Eros, Dave 




SENIORS/31 




If you vote for me. 



Fulton, Tom 



Funk, Raymond 



Furman, Donna 



SENIORS/32 




Galaska, Richard Garapic, Karen 





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Gaydosh, James Geddes, Jeannette 



Gibson, Patty 




I'm a wild and crazy guy; 



Hey Sailor! 




GlovanettI, Kathy 



Giunta, Anthony Gleisser. Hannah 



Golden Charles 



SENIORS/33 




Golinar, Steven 



Gondeau, Nancy 



Goodfellow, Amy 



Gordon, Mark 




Gundling, Nancy 



Haines, Carol 



SENIORS/34 




Harmon. Scott 



Harrell, Terry 




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I m not that kind of girl 




Hasegawa. Craig 



SENIORS/35 




Hoffert, Mike 



Horton, Diane 



Hufgard. Fred 



SENIORS/36 




Jazbecm, Mary 



Jelepls, Alex 



Jochum, Eric 



SENIORS/37 




Katcher. Tom 



Kato. Janine 



Kavon, Candace 



Keefe, James 



SENIORS/38 




Kernz, Colleen 



Kessler, Karen 



The Fonz of Euclid 



Kester, Keith 




SENIORS/39 




SENIORS/40 




Langdon, Mike 



Lauria, Patricia 



Ledger, Rebecca 



SENIORS/41 




Let me put it this way. 



Everyone moves aside when I walk by. 




Lorber, Karen 



Lorber, Kathy 



Lu, Jeffrey 



SENIORS/42 




Keyes out to kill. 



Malone, Vincent 



Manion, Patricia 



Maranvllle, Dick 





Markiewicz, Bonnie Marosan, Ronald 



Martin, Tracy 



Marvin. Walter 



Mason, Jackie 



SENIORS/43 



SENIORS/44 




McFadden, Paul 




SENIORS/45 




Nelson, Kerry 




No. she's not my type. 



Otcasek, Leslie 



O'Toole, Mary 



SENIORS/47 




Peirolo, Linda 



Penko. Diane 



Penko, Nancy 



SENIORS/48 




Pikovnik, Jim 



And we will fight and we will win. 



SENIORS/49 



SENIORS/50 




Radisek, Ted 




SENIORS/51 



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SENIORS/52 








Santon. Caria 



SENIORS/53 




I've got a great right cross. 



Schembre, Tina 



Schieman. Lisa 



Schimes, Gerry 




Seale, Julie 



Sedlak, Dennis 



Seidel, David 



Seidel, Mark 



Selvaggio, Deborah 



SENIORS/54 




Selway, Kevin 



Shafer, Dorothy 



Shaner, Edward 



Sheehan, Kelly 





Srnick, Philip 



Stack, James 



Standish. Rolland 



SENIORS/56 




Suchevits. Bob 



Sudar. Susan 



Summerfield, Dan 



Summers. Robert 



Suschak, Cathy 



SENIORS/57 




Well, It's locker clean up time again. 



Tortonci, Stella 



What a hangover. 






Treichel. David 



Trommetter. Greta 



Trout, Douglas 



Turner. Diane 



Turner, Kathy 






Turoczy, Richelle 



Tutolo, Thomas 



Udovlch, Janice 



UllzzI, Frank 



Umek, Nancy 



SENIORS/59 





Urquhart, Pamela 



Ussai, Charles 



Vanah, Suzanne 



Varner, Dale 





Vaughan, Robin 



Vendel, Kathy 



Ventura, Samuel 



VIrant. Louis 



Vitolo. Anthony 





Walther. Bret 



She really thinks she is cool. 




Weiss, David 



Wendel, Doris 



Werstak, William 



West. Patricia 



Williams. John 



SENIORS/61 



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Wilson, Devin 



Wilson. James Wisniewski. Anthony Witchner, Marlene 




Larry, Curly, and Moe. 





Zak, Ann Marie 



Zaietel, Mary Ann 



Zanghi, Michael 



Zdunczyk, Lori 



Zeie, Christine 



SENIORS/62 




Zeiko, James 




Znidarsic. Mary Zupancic, Martin 




Zuponcic, Mary Beth Zurc, Margret 




Campbell, Mike 





ADKINS PAMELA G 
Swimleader 
Ad Club 
Swim Team 
Powder Puff, Gold 
Swim Timer 
Senior Class 
Choral Masters 

AF, URSIN, ANNE K. 

AFS 

Swim Timers 

Powder Puff, Blue 

Tennis 

Ski Club 

ALBANESE, KATHLEEN 

Hockey Aid 

Voc. Child Care 

Sr. Drill Team 

Swim Leader 

Gym Leader 

Track Aid 

ALLEN, LEONARD T. 

AMOROSO, GREGORY D 
Ski Club 
Spirits 
Investment Club 

ANKUDA, RUTH 

AQUILANO, BARBARAS 

_,^^ARAPS, JOHNA. 
"Automotives 

ARCHACKI, KAREN A. 

Ad Club 

COE 

ARNOLD. SHARON L. 

AUSTIN, BEVERLY R. 

AUSTIN, CONNIES. 
Ski Club 
Majorette Club 
Big Show 

AVENI, JOSEPH V. 
Intramural Basketball 
Investment Club 

AVERY, CHARLES S. 

AYERS, DOUGLAS H. 

Ski Club 

Soccer 

Key Club 

NHS 

Investment Club 

Sophomore Class 

Senior Class 

Spirits 





Pam 


AYERS, ELAINE FS^H 


10 


Library Aide mMBM 


11-12 


Language Lab Assistant 


10-11-12 


NHS 


12 


Horsemanship Club 


11-12 


Ski Club 


12 


Euclidian 


11-12 






BACCHI, JOSEPH J. 




J V Swimming 


^fc 12 


Varsity Swimmin^j,^ 


^- 12 


Investment Club 


12 


Water Polo 


12 




12 


BACHER. WILLIAM E. 


Turkey 


BACHMANN. LISA M 


10 


Student Council 


11-12 




10-11 


BACON. MICHAEL E. 


10 




10 


BAILEY. JASON 


11 






Greg 
12 
12 
12 



Yonk 
10-11-12 



Karen 

11-12 

12 

Arnie 

Bev 

Connie 

10-11 

10 

11 

Joe 
11 
12 



Doug 

10-11-12 

11-12 

10-11-12 

11-12 

12 

10 

12 

11-12 



BAITT. THERESA A, 

J,V. Cheerleading 

Varsity Cheerleading 

Diving Team 

Powder Puff. Blue 

Student Council 

Football Trainer 

Senior Class 

Spirits 

Jr. Attendant, Homecoming 

BALAZS. THOMAS J. 

BARNETT, DOUGLAS A. ^' 

BASLER, STEPHEN C. 

Wrestling 

Cross-Country 

Cross-Country, Capt. 

Key Club 

Spirits 

Band 



BEALOWSKI.GREGS. 

BEASLEY, DEBRA L. 

BECAY, GLORIA K. 

BEDNAR, CHRISTINE 

Euclidian 

Ad Club 

Spirits 

Student Secretary 

Office Aide/Runner 

BEHREND, SUSAN 

BEIDLE. SHARON J. 
Hockey Aide 

BELCASTRO, ANGELA M. 



fer 


Erich 


BENE, PAUL M. 




11 


Indoor Track 




10 


Outdoor Track 




11-12 






11-12 


BERANEK, ROBERT J. 




11 






11-12 


BERES, DEBBIE L. 




Joe 


BERES, ROBERT E. 




10-11 






12 


BERISH,JAMESA. 




12 






12 


BERKEY,CRAIGA. 


Pierre Cardin 


BESSELMAN, ERIC W. 




Lee 


BEVACQUA, RINA 




10 


Jr. Class 
Senior Class 




Mike 


Powder Puff. Gold 
Spirits 




*-v 


Track Aide 






Ad Club 




Terri 






10-11 


BIELEK, DAVID M. 




12 


Investment Club 




10-11-12 






12 


BIFRO, MELISSA A. 




12 






10-11 


BILDSTEIN. WILLIAM A. 




12 


Football 




10-11-12 


Wrestling 




11 


Investment Club JBf^ 


1 


Tom 


BLASE, MICHELLE M. 




Senior Class 


*A 


Doug 


Spirits 

Powder Puff, Gold 

Student Coucil 




Base 






10-11-12 


BLEVINS, ROBERT L. 




10-11-12 
12 


Key Club 




Marching Band 




10-11-12 






11-12 


BLISS, RICHARD T. 




10 





Greg 

Debbie, Beez 

B.K. 

Chris, Daze. 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



10-11-12 
10-11-12 



Bob 
Jim 
Berk 



11 
12 
12 

10-12 
10, 

11-12 



BOKA, KIMBERLYJ 

Sophomore Class 

Junior Class 

Senior Class 

Sr. Cabinet 

Powder Puff, Blue 

Wrestling Cheerleader, Capt. 

Office Aide-Runner 

Student Council, Exec. Board 

Spirits 

BOLSAR, SHARON L 
Voc. Child Care 
Gymnastics 
Girls Track 

BONFIELD. TRACY L 
Ski Club w 

Choral Masters * 

Marching Band 
Lab Assistant 




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11 

10-11 

10 



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BOOKNER, DANIEL S. 



BREGY, MARK J. 



BORDONARO, MARK A. 


Marko 


BRENTAR, JOHN M. 
Euclidian 


BOROM, LESLI A. 




Powder Puff Majorette 
Eucuyo Contributor 


BOROS. JENNIFERS. 


Genia 


PTSA 


Sophomore Class 
Spirit 


10 
10-11 


BRENTAR, KAREN H. 


Powder Puff, Gold 
Senior Steno,, Pres. 
Junior Steno., Historian 


12 
12 
11 


Tennis 
Gymnastics 
Red Cross Club 
Ski Club 


BOTHWICK. DONNA C. 
COE 


12 


NHS 
AFS 
Euclidian 


BOUR, JAMES F. 
Fall Play 


Jim 
10-11-12 


Powder Puff, Gold 
Spirits 


Winter Play 
Big Show 


11-12 
10-11-12 


BREW, THOMAS W. 


AFS 

Ski Club 

Childrens Drama 
Senior Class 


10-11 

10-11-12 

10 

12 


BRIGGS, MARYJO 
Ice Skating Leader 
Drill Team 


Morning Announcements 


12 


BRITZ, ROBERT 
Intramural Basketball 


BOWENS, THOMAS N. 


Bo 




Wrestling 


10 


BROCONE, GENE R. 


Ski Club 


11-10 


Wrestling 


Spirits 


12 




Key Club 


10 


BROOKS. BERNARDO: 


Football 


10 




Hockey 


10 


BROOS. RICHARD R. 



BOYD. CHERYL A. 

BOZAK, RICHARD F, 
Data Processing 
Data Processing, Vice Pres. 
Data Processing, Pres. 
Investment Club 

BRACE, JANET A. 
Girls Choir 
Choir 

BRADY JOHN J. 

BRADY, NOELM. 

Football 

Football. Capt. 

Baseball 

Wrestling 

NHS 

Powder Puff Referree 

Letterman'sClub 

BRAIDICH, JOHN E. 

BRANISEL, JAMES F. 

BREEDEN, TOWYNA L. 

BREGITZER, NANCY L. 

Track 

Powder Puff, Blue 



Mark 

John 

12 

12 

11 

10-11-12 

Bunny 
10 
10 
11 
11 
11-12 
12 
12 
12 
12 



Short Stuff 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 

Bob 
11 



BUDA, MARYM. 
Spirits 
Senior Class 
Powder Puff, Gold 

BUKVIK, DOREEN 
Powder Puff, Gold 

BURD, KEVIN M. 
Indoor Track 

BURGER, RUTHANN 
Boys Indoor Track 
Girls Outdoor Track 
Choral Masters 
Fall Play 

BURRIS, PATRICIAA. 

BURRINGTON, MICHAEL R. 

BURRIS. SANDRA L. 

BURROWS, JOSEPH 

BUSSEY, DAWN R. 

BUSSEY, DENISEG. 
Cosmetology 

CALDWELL, TODD G. 

CALHOUN. DANIEL G. 



Rich 

11-12 

11 

12 

12 



10 
11 



Sea-ray 

10-11-12 

12 

10 

10-12 

11-12 

12 

10-11-12 



Brady 



10 
12 



BROWN, THOMAS P. 

BRUBAKER, TIMOTHY A. 

BRUENING, MICHAEL R. 

BUANNO, ANDREA R. 
Survey Staff 
Eucuyo 
IQS 

BUCCILLI, JOANNA 

Ski Club 

J.V. Cheerleading 

J.V. Cheerleading, Capt. 

Gym Leader 

Clerk Typist. Historian 

Powder Puff, Gold 

BUCK, JOANNA L. 
Student Secretary 
Euclidian, Faculty Editor 
Childrens DrSma 
Track 

Basketball Scorer 
Volleyball Manager 
Indoor Track 
Girls Choir 
Choral Masters 
Powder Puff, Gold 
Cross Country, Manager 
Big Show 
Office Worker 



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CAMPBELL, ANNE 




DCTVice-Pres. 




CAMPBELL, MICHAEL F. 


Mike 


Soccer 




Key Club 

NHS / 


10-11-12 


Track 


11-12 


Junior Class 


11-12 


Senior Class ": 




Spirits 
Ski Club 


10-11-12 


Indoor Track 


10-11 




11 


CAMPENSA, PHILIP M. 


11 
11-12 


Hockey 
NHS 


12 






CANDELA, MICHAEL N. 


Jo. 




12 


CAPASSO, PAMELA N. 


11-12 


Office Runner 


10 




11-12 


CAPLICK. LEONARD J. 


12 


Football 


12 


Basketball 


11 


Baseball 


10 




11-12 


CAPLICK. LOUIS J. 


12 




11-12 


CARBONE.DAVIDA. 


12 


Football 


11 


Key Club 



Mar 
12 
12 

12 

Doreen 
12 

Tweety 
10 



11 

10-11 

11 

11 

Potti 



Buzz 
11-12 



Corky 

C.C. 
12 

DPP 

10-11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

11 

12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

12 

Phil 
11-12 
11-12 



Pam 
11 

Len 

10-11-12 

10 

10 



Carbs Beast 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 



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Key Club Sr. Rep 
Senior Class 
Junior Class 
Spirits 



CARESANI, JACQUELINE A 

Band. Symphonic Marching 

Softball. Varsity 

Ski Club 

Powder Puff . Blue ^ 

CARESANI, LOUIS A. 

CARMODY, KATHLEEN M. 

CARNEY, KEVIN ^^ 

Track ^ 

CARR, JAMES V\ 

CARUTHERS. KELLY A ^ 

CAVAN, THOMAS H 
Swimming 
Track 
Key Club 

CEFARATTI, MONICA 

CEK, JAMES^^^*^^" 

CERBIN, nflDI L. 
Marcfiing Band, Secretary 
Track Aide 
Investment Club 

CERER. BARTHOLOMEW M. 

Swimming 

Water Polo 



CERJAN. LISA A. 
Ad Club 
Spirits 

Student Council 
Choral Masters 
Sophomore Class 
Junior Class 
Senior Class 
Powder Puff , Gold 
Office Aide/Runner 



12 
12 
11 
12 

Jack 
10-11 
11-12 
11-12 
12 



Kafhy 

10 
Jim 



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CERS. ALNIS J. 
Diving Club 
Ski Club 

CETINSKY, STEVEN 
Intramurals 



10-11-12 
10 
12 

t Bart 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 



11-12 

10-11-12 

12 

11-12 
10 
11 
12 
12 
10 

10-11-12 
10-11 

Shiba 
11 



Softball -J i ^ 
Gym Leader 
Powder Puff. Blue 
Lab Assistant, Captain 
Investment Club 
NHS 

CHIUDIONI, GREGORY M. 

Football 

Baseball 

CHOROMANSKI, JAMES A. 

Band, Marching 

Band, Concert 

AFS 

Fall Play S 

Ski Club 

CHRESTOFF,TAMARAJ 

OEA 

Sr. Stenography President 

Jr. Stenography Historian 



CHRISTOPHER, ANTHONY C 



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11-12 


COLO, JAMES J. 






12 


CONLEY.JACQUELm 


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10-] 


1-12 


Powder Puff, Gold 




12 


Spirits 




11-12 


CONNELLY, JOSEPH V. 


Greg 


Marching Band 


10-11-12 


Swim Team 


10 


Swim Timer 




Investment Club 




Powder Puff Cheerleader 


10-U 


Boys Comedy Water Polo 


10-11 


Swimleader 


10 




S, 10 


CONWAY, ELIZABETH 


12 


Student Council 




Track 


Tami 




11-12 


COOKE, MARY ELLEN 


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Powder Puff. Gold ] 


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Jacque 
12 
12 

Joe 
10 
10 
11 
12 
12 
11-12 
•11-12 



CHUHA. JOHN A. 

CIOMEK. MARIE A. 

CIOTTI. RICHARD A 

CIVITARESE. FRANK 
Indoor Track 
Outdoor Track 



CLABOUGH. FRANK M 

Football 

Vocational Accounting 

Sr. Voc. Accounting Vice Pres, 

Powder Puff Coat:feBI^P^^ ' ^ 

Spirits 

CLARK. TINA M.. 
Cosmetology ■» 

CLEMENCE. ROBERT M. 
Football 

CLEMENS. LEWIS C. 

COE. TRACY L. 

Junior Voc. Steno. Treasurer 

COE Treasurer 

OEA 

NEOCOEC 

COLARIC, VICTORIA M. 




CHAMPA. EDWARD A. 


Ed 










COLE. KIMBERELE 


CHANAKAS 


THOMAS 




COLLINS, JOSEPH 


CHAPMAN. 


VICTORIA L. 


Vickie 


Ski Club 


Swim Leader 


10 


Hockey 


GAA 


^^ 


10-11-12 


Spirits 


Tennis 


10-11-12 


Key Club 


Basketball 


^^^ 


10-11-12 


Football 


Survey 




\ 10 


Wrestling 



10 
10 





Spirits . >S™^ 

Senior Class 
Senior Talent Night 

CORBRAN, ANTHONY W:1 
OWE 

COULTER, SANDRA E. 
Voc. Clerk Typist, Sec. 
Swimming Aide 
Wrestling Aide 
Swim Leader 
Powder Puff. Blue 
Student Secretary 
OEA 

OEA. Secretary 
Majorette Club 

COWLING. SUSAN J. 
Red Cross Club 
Powder Puff. Blue 
Girls Chorus 



Clem 


COYNE. DAVID R. " 


10-11 


Swim Team 




Key Club 


j:- 


Letterman's Club 


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CRANE. JEANNE R. 


11 




12 


CRILLEY. KAREN 


11-12 , 




12" 


CWALINSKI. SUSAN A 




Steno 


Vicki 


DALtC, ROB^ 


Kim 


Soccer 




Student Secretary 


Jose' 


Spirits 


10-11 


Boys Gym Leader 


10 


Student Council 


12 


Investment Club 


10 


Letterman's Club 



Liz 
10 
10 

Mec 

10-11 

12 

10-11-12 

12 

11 



11-12 

Sandy 

11-12 
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10-11 
11 
12 
12 

11-12 
12 

10-11 

Sue 
11 
12 
10 

Dave 

10-11-12 

12 



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11-12 

APCA 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

11 

11 

12 

12 

11-12 



DALTON. LAURA M, 



t 



Art 

DAMICO, MATTHEW J. 

Swimming 

Choral Masters 

Varsity Coral 

Fall Play 

Senior Class, Cabinet 

D'ANNA, MARGARET El 
Sophomore Class 
Junior Class 
Senior Class 
Majorette Club 
Majorette 
Student Council 
GLC Treasurer 
Girls Track, Manager 

DANZINGER. TINA L. 

DARCY, ERIC P. 
Water Polo 
Swim Team 
Track 

Swim Leader 
Letterman's Club 

DEBEUAK, GLEN F, 



DEBEVC, ROBERT L. 

Key Club 

Powder Puff, Gold, Coach 

Boys Gym Leader 

Outdoor Track 

Wrestling 

Cross Country 

Spirits 

Letterman's Club 

DEEMER, THOMAS J. 

Soccer 

Soccer, Capt. 

Powder Puff, Cheerleader 

Track 

Ski Club 

Spirits 

Letterman's Club 

DELAMBO, ELISE M. 
Pinochle Club 
Swim Timer 
Powder Puff, Blue 

DELANEY, JILL E. 
Majorette Club 
Football Trainer 
Majorette 
Majorette Capt- 
Ad Club 
Powder Puff, Blue 

DELAS.ANTONIA 
Cosmetology 

DEMYANCHIK, GEORGE A. 



10-11-12 

Matt 
10 

10-11-12 
12 

/ 12 

Meg 
10 
11 

12 

10-11 
12 
12 

11-12 
10-11-12 



Dare 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 
11-12 
/ 12 

10-11-12 



Bob 

10 

12 

11 

10-12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

D.C. Wild 

Strawberry 

10-11-12 

12 

11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

12 

11-12 



11 

11-12 

12 



10-11-12 
10 

11-12 
12 

11-12 
12 

Motor Mouth 
11-12 



Varsity Chorale 

Choral Masters 

Euclidian 

NHS 

APS 

DENNICK, EDMOND D. 
DEVENEY. CHARLES P. 

DEOMA, MARY F. 

DICKARD, MAUREEN R. 

NHS 

Wai Napolo 

Swim Timer 

Student Secretafy 

DICKENS, SHEILA J. 

Dl LALLA, DOUGLAS F.i 
NHS ''I 

Golf Team 

DILLON, RAY J. 

Dl MARE, SUSAN A. 
Senior Class 
Powder Puff 
Student Secretary 



12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

11-12 

10 




Dl TOMASO, NANN^PTE 

Student Council 

Student Council, Secretary 

Student Council, Vice Pres. 

P.T.S.A. Board 

Football Aide 

Football Trainer 

Sophomore Class 

Senior Class Cabinet 

Senior Class 

Powder Puff, Gold 

Spirits 

Girls' State 

NHS 

DOBRIN, RICHARD L. 

DOLINAR, EDWARD F. 

DOMMER, JEANNE _ 

Volley Ball f 

Gymnastics 

Track 

Student Secretary 

Girls Choir ' 

Powder Puff, Gold 

Student Council 

DORADO. JO M. 

DOWNING, LAWRENCE 

A.V. 

Lighting 

Ice Show Lighting 



11 
10-11 
11-12 

11 



Doug 

• 11-12 

10-11 

Marshal 

"Hearts" 
12 
12 
12 

Nette 
10-11-12 

11-12 
12 

11-12 
11 
12 
10 
11 
12 
12 
10-11-12 
11 

11-12 



Dole 

Bananas 

10-11-12 

10-11 

10-11-12 

10-12 

10 

12 

12 

Jo 



10-11-12 

11-12 

10-11-12 



DOYLE, JOSEPH P. 
Football 

DRAXLER, UURA 

Student Council 

Ad Club 

Spirits 

Sophomore Class Cabinet 

Junior Class 

Senior Class 

Wrestling Aide 

Majorettes 

Girls Track 

Orchestra 

Majorette Club 

NHS 

Powder Puff, Gold Manager 

Fall Play decorations 

DROBNICK, JERALDD. 

Football 

Basketball 

Basketball Tn-Capt. 

Baseball 

Baseball Co-Capt. 

NHS 



DUREIKO, DAWN M. 
Red Cross Club 
G.L.C. 
Fall Play 
Pink Panthers 

EBERSBACKER, BONNIE S 
Powder Puff 
Ski Club 



EBERWEIN, KURT G. 

EDELMAN, LEONARD 
Investment Club 

EHRKE, EDWIN 

ELZE, ROBERT M. 
Crosscountry 
Marching Band 
Band 
Stage Crew 

ENGEL, RALPH E. 

ERDANI, MARK J. 



ERNE, MARY ELLEN = 

Ski Club 

Student Secretary 

Euclidian, Section Editor 

Powder Puff. Gold 

NHS 

Spirits 

AFS 

Language Lab Assistant 

IQS 

EROS, DAVID A, 



12 

11-12 

.10-11-12 

10 

11 

10 

10 

11-12 

10 

10-11-12 

10-11 

11-12 

12 

12 

Jerry 
10-11 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 
11-12 




Fall Play 
Winter Play 
Big Show 
Varsity Chorale 
Choral Masters 
P. A. Announcer 
Football Game Soloist 
Lighting Crew 
Media Aide 
Stage Crew 

FAGAN, SHEILA A. 

FANARA, RENEE L. 
Vocational Child Care 

FARAONE. JOSEPH M. 

FARREN, TAMMY L. 

FAZIO, ANTHONY 

Baseball 

Voc. Accounting 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 

FAZIO, KEVIN 

FERRARA, KATHERINEE. 
Office Assistant 

FETTE, JILLA. 
Powder Puff, Blue 

FICERE, MARYE. 

Swimleader 

Student Council 

Volleyball 

Data Processing 

Data Processing Secretary 

Data Processing Treasurer 

FIFFIK, JEFFREY R. 

FLECK, KATHLEEN S. 

FORD, KIMBERLYL. 

FOREMAN, KATHLEEN G. 

Track Aide 

Majorette Club 

Majorette 

Ad Club s.^; , 

Junior Class ^' 

NHS 

Teacher's Aide 

Marching Band 

Spirits 

FOWLE, DONNA M. 
Cosmetology 
Hockey Aide 

FRANK, DONALD C. ;^ 
Ski Club i 

FRANK, ROBERT M. 
Ski Club 



10-11-12 


Euclidian Staff 


10-11 


J.V. Tennis 


10-11 


Varsity Tennis 


12 


NHS 


10-12 


Choral Masters 


12 


Academic Challenge 


12 


IQS 


12 




10-11-12 


FREDERKING, VIRGINIA R 


10-11-12 


Concert Band 




Choral Masters 




Varsity Choral 




AFS 




Powder Puff, Gold 


11-12 


Spirits 




Senior Class 




NHS 



FF 

Faz, Dean 

10-11-12 

11-12 

Kathy 
11 

Jeil 
12 

Mary 
10 
10 
10 
11-12 
11 
12 



Kim 

Kathy 
10-11-12 

11 

12 
11-12 

11 
11-12 

12 
10-11 
11-12 

3uzz three 

11-12 

10 




FRESENKO, GREGORY A. 



FREY, DALE R. 
Basketball 
Baseball 
Investment Club 

' FUERST, MARY J. 

Ski Club 

COE Secretary 

FUNK, RAYMOND 

FURMAN, DONNA M. 
Survey Reporter 
Survey Co-Editor 

GALASKA, RICHARD A, 

Ski Club 

Tennis 

Hockey 

Swim Leader 

Spirits 

GARAPIC, KAREN SUE 

Gymnastics 

Girls Track, Manager 

NHS 

Data Proc. Treasurer 

Data Proc. President 

Teacher's Aide 

Ad Club 

PA Announcer 

Survey Business Manager 

Investment Club 

GAYDOSH, JAMESJ. 

Ski Club 

Key Club, Vice Pres. 

Varsity Soccer 

Gym Leader 

500 Mile Club 

Spirits 

Senior Class 

NHS 

GEDDES, JEANNETTE L. 



10-11-12 


GIBSON, PATRICIA L. 


10-11 


Big Show 


12 


Girls Choir 


11-12 


Choral Masters 


10-11-12 




12 


GIEGERICH, GREGORY J 


11-12 






Soccer 


Ginnie 




10 


GIELINK, ROBERT J. 


11-12 




12 


GILBERT, JANICE L. 


11-12 




12 


GIOVANETTI, KATHY T. 


12 




12 


GIUNTA, ANTHONY J. 


11-12 






GLEISSER, HANNAH 


Greg 


Swim Leader 


Frez 


Euclidian 




Wai Napolo 




AFS 


11-12 


Investment Club 


10-11-12 


Euclidian 


12 


Euclidian, Editor 




Euclidian, Editor-in-chief 




NHS 


12 


IQS 


12 


Swim Show director 



Ray 



10-11-12 
11-12 
10-11 
11 
12 
12 
11 



GMEINER, WILLIAM H, 



GOLDEN, CHARLES E. 



10-11 


Hockey 


12 


Hockey, Assistant Capt. 




Investment Club 


Rich 




10-11-12 


GOLINAR, STEVEN J. 


10-1 1 




10 


GONDREAU, NANCY A. 


11 


Bulletin Boards 


12 


Metal Sculpturing Club 




Signs for Career Night 


Karr 




10 


GOOD. BRIAN K. 


10 




11-12 


GOODFELLOW, AMY R. 


11 


GirlsTrack 


12 


D.E. Merchandise/Retai 


12 




10-11 


GORDON, MARKS. 


10-11-12 


Radio Club 


12 


A.V. Club 


12 


Wrestling 




J.V. Football 


Jim ' 


NHS 


10-11-12 


Photography Club 



GORJUP, DONNA S. 
Powder Puff 
Voc. Accounting II 

GRANO, GARY A. 

GRAZIANO, DIANE 
Commercial Art 



Patti 
12 
10 
11 

Bear, Bugs 

Burt 

11 



Hannah 

10-11 

10-11-12 

11-12 

10 

11 

10-11-12 

11 

12 

11-12 

11-12 

11 

Bill 

Little Abner 

10-11-12 

11 

12 

Goalie* 

Bleacher 

11-12 

12 

12 

Pruitt 

Amy 

10 

11-12 

Mark 

10-11-12 j 

10-1 ij 

10-11-12 

10 

11 

11 



Gary 



GRDINA. DINAH 
Cheerleader 
Sophomore Class 
Junior Class 
Senior Class 
Powder Puff 
Track Aide 
Football Aide 
Student Council 
Spirits 
Senior Talent Night 

GREGORC, MARY A. 
Senior Stenography 



GRIESMER, DENIS A. 
Finance Club 

GRIESMER, JEAN 
D.E. Merchant 

GUDENAS, KESTUTIS 
Baseball 

GUNDLING. NANCY A. 

Sophomore Class 

Junior Class 

Senior Class 

Wai Napolo 

Gymnastics 

Ad Club 

Spirits 

Powder Puff 




/ 



X^ 



Kesty 
10-11 

Nanny 
10 

- 1 1 

12 
11-12 
10 
12 
10-11-12 
12 



HAINES, CAROL A. 

Voc. Stenography 

Voc. Stenography Treasurer 

Powder Puff. Gold 



y*i 



HALBERG, KEVIN C. 
Radio Club 
Computer Club 

HALLER, EDWARD J. 
Voc, Automotives 

HAMM, JEFFREYC. 

HAMULA, KAREN L. 
Spirts 

HANLON. WILLIAM P. 
Euclidian ^ 
Key Club y 

HANSON, GREGORY L. 

HARICH, JILL A. 
Commercial Art 

HARMON, SCOTT A. 

Diving 

Key Club 

HARRELL, TERRY D. 
Basketball 
Basketball captain 



11-12 
12 
12 

-^ I 10,11,12 
10,11,12 

Ed the head 
11,12 

Hamski, Hambane 



Bill 

10 

10,11,12 

Greg 



10,11,12 
10 

..-p.. 

10,11,12 
12 




Investment Club 
Spirts 

HARRISON, TOM 

HART, BRUCE D. 

HARTEGAN, KEVIN J. 

HASEGAWA, CRAIG J, 

Wrestling 

Soccer 

Key Club 

Science Club 

Spirits 

NHS 

HASSEL, KRISR. 
Basketball 
Baseball 
Investment Club 
Spirits 

HAYMAN,LARAL. 
Sophomore Class 
Homecoming Attendant 
Spirits 
Teacher's Aide 

HENDERSON, LESLIE J 

HENKHUZENS, DEBORAH A 

Gymnastics 

Track 

Swim Timer ' 

Teacher's Aide 

Senior Class 

Spirits 

Powder Puff, Gold 

Survey 

GAA 

HENRY, TAMARA ' M,. 

COE 

Powder Puff, Gold 

HERSHMAN, RITA A 

HERSHMAN, ROBERT 

HICKEY, DENNIS A. 

Ski Club 

Vocational Data Processing I & II 

HIGGINS, ANDREA 
Girls' Choir 

HINKO, LINDA M. 
Cosmetology 
Ski Club 
Hockey Aids 
Gymnastics 

HOCEVAR, GLORIA J. 
HOFFERT, MIKES. 



/ 




iggy 

10 



11,12 
12 
10 
10 



HALLIS, JANET T. 
DCT Secretary 

HOLLOWAY, ROBERTJ. 

Baseball 

Indoor Track 

Spirits 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 

Senior Class 

HOLMBERG, CHRISTOPHER W. 

HOLMES, WILLIAM C. 

Football 

Hockey 

Investment Club, President 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 

Senior Class 

HONE, MICHAEL J. 

HOON, BETH M. 

Sr. Clerk Typist, Historian 

DEAClub 



HOPKINS, THOMAS R, 

HORTON, DIANE M. 
Library page 

HRUSOVSKY, JOSEPH' 
Football 

HUDAK, FRANCIS G. 

HUFGARD. FREDERICK 

HUFNAGLE, JIM P. 

HUGHES, ARLEEN F. 

HULDERMAN, THOMAS E. 



HUMENSKY, MARGARET M. 
Tennis 

Powder Puff M , 

Investment Club jj^ 

HUNGERFORD. MARY BETH 

Marching Band 

Marching Band, Squad Leader 

NHS 

Stage Band 

AFS 

Pep Band 

Big Show Orchestra 

HUNTSMAN, STEVEN E. 
Machine Shop 

HUSA, ROBERT M. 

HUTTON, KATHY L. 
Softball 




Hap, Bill 

10,11 

10,12 

12 

12 

12 





M.B, 

10,11,12 

11,12 

10,11,12 

11,12 

10 

10,11 

10,11 

Hunts 
10,12 



10,11 



Swim Leader 

NHS 

Powder Puff, Blue 

Ski Club 

lAMS. CHRISTOPHER J. 

INSANA, FRANK D. 

ISBESTOR, KAY L 
Swim Leader 
Nurses' Aid 
Office Runner 
Teacher's Secretary 

ISBESTOR, LAURA K. 
Office Runner 

IVANCIC. BARBARA A. 
Cosmetology 

IVANCIC, ROBERTA. 
Indoor Track 



Powder Puff. Blue 
DCT 

JARMUSZKIEWICZ, SUSAN M. 

Ad Club 

Wrestling Aid 

Junior Class 

Senior Class 

Choral Masters 

JAZBEC, MARYd"" 

fcLEPIS, ALEXANDER T 
mjotbail 

§ 

JOCHUM. ERICF. 
Student Council 

Student Council, Executive board 
Student Council, Vice-President 
Student Council, President 
Sophomore Class 
Senior Class 
NHS 

Letterman Club 
Spirits 
Key Club 

Powder Puff. Gold Coach 
Ski Club 
500 Mile Club 
Cross Country 
Cross Country, Captain 
Indoor Track 
Outdoor Track 
Euclidian Sales 

JONES, JEFFREY M. 

Baseball 

Football 

JOURNEY, JEFFREY A. 



10 


JOYCE, MARY KAY 


11,12 


Teacher's Secretary 


12 


Lab Aid 


11 


Powder Puff, Gold 




Red Cross Club 


Stopher 


Marching Band 
Big Show Orchestra 




Survey, Business 




Euclidian 




NHS 


10,11,12 
10 


JURATOVIC, MARK E 


11 


Band ^ 


10,11,12 






KAIFESH, KEVIN ««t 




Basketball 


12 


Basketball, captain 




Spirits 


Barb 


Student Council 


11,12 






KALKA. JOHN T. 


Bob 


Crosscountry 


10.11 


Debate Club 




Investment Club 




Key Club 


11 


NHS 


12 




12 


KAMPOSEK. EDWARD A 




Explorer's Club 


Sue 




11 


KANEEN. TERESA A. 


10.11 




11 


KASCAK. MARK 


12 




11 


KASCAK, TERESA 


Mare T 


KAST, DAVID A. 




Marching Band 


A! 


Media Staff 


10 


Symphonic Band 




Stage Band 


Jock 
10.11,12 
10.11,12 


KAST, ELLEN A. 
Gymnastics 
Survey, Business 


11 


Junior Class 


12 


Choral Masters 


10 


Girls' Track 


12 
11,12 


Office Aid 


10,11,12 




10,11,12 


KATCHER, THOMAS E. 


10,11,12 


Key Club 


12 


Key Club, Vice-president 


11,12 




11,12 


KATO, JANINE M. 


10,11,12 


Girls' Track 


12 


Girls' Cross Country 


10,11 


Indoor Track 


10,11 


Spirits 


12 


Powder Puff, Gold 


Jeff 


KAVON,CANDACEM. 


10,11,12 


Cosmetology 


10 






KEEFE, JAMES 


Jeff 


Track 



M.K. 

10-11 

10 

12 

11 

10-11-12 

10 11 

10 11 

11 12 
11 12 




KEERAN, REBECCAS 

KELLER, CAROL L. 

KERN, LARRY A. 
Student Store 
Open House Guide 

KERNZ, COLLEEN L. 

Ski Club T 

Football Aid 

Spirits 

Powder Puff, Blue 

Sophomore Class 

KESSLER, KAREN R. 
Nurses's Aide 
Euclidian 

KESTER, KEITH D. 
Golf Team 
Investment Club 

KETCHUM. BRYAN E 
KEVER, DANIEL M. 



KEYES, LAURA A. 

Sophomore Class 

Spirits 

J. V. Cheerleader 

Varsity Cheerleader 

Varsity Cheerleader, captain 

Powder Puff. Blue 

Junior Class 



Becky 






KIMACK, MICHELLE L 


%. 10,11,12 


Powder Puff, Gold 


W 11,12 


OEA 


10,11,12 




10,11,12 

Quat 
10 11,12 


KING, DONAfeg,-L. 
Jr. Varsity Football 
Varsity Football 
Powder Puff, Gold Coach 


10 11,12 




11 


KINNEY, JAMES D. 


^ 11.12 




1 10 


KINSEY, KELLY K. 


^ 11 




1 


KIRCHNER, KATHLEEN L 


1 


Senior Class 


^10 11,12 
12 


Gymnastics 
Big Show 
AFS 




Wrestling Aid 


10 11,12 


Powder Puff, Blue 
Choral Masters 


11,12 
11 
12 


Varsity Choral 
Girls' Chorus 


12 


KIRKER, TIMOTHY M. 


Candy 
1^ 11,12 


KISTHARDT, JAMES L. 


f 


Indoor Track 


% Jamie 


Track 


11,12 


Crosscountry 



10.11.12 
12 



10 
10.11,12 
10 
12 
12 
12 
11 



12 
12 

Don 
10*- 
11 
12 

Buddy 




Jim 

10,11,12 

10.11,12 

11,12 




Choral Masters 


10,11 


Key Club, Secretary 


11 


LEDGER, REBECCA 


Buz Brains 


Teacher's Aide 


10,11,12 


Jr. Class 


11 


Gymnastics 


10 


Investment Club 


12 






Cosmetology 


11,12 


Investment Club, U.P. 


12 


KOWALCZYK, DIANE 


Die 


LEGAN, MARY BETH 




KITT, DAVID T. 




KOZAR, BART A. 




Gymnastics 


10,11 


Football 


10 






JR. Stenography, pres. 


11 


Track 


10 


KRNC, MICHAEL 
Hockey 


Krunk 
10 


COE, parlimentarian 


12 


KLEIN, JOSEPH D. 


Joe 


Powder Puff, Blue Coach 




LEMON, KATHRYNM. 


Kathy 


Big Show/ Lighting Crew 


11 






Ski Club 


10 


Swim Show Lighting Crew 


11 


KROTINE, MICHAEL L. 




NHS 


11,12 


Ski Club 


10,11 






Track Aid 


10,11,12 


Audio-Visual Assistant 


11 


KROTINE, STEVEN T. 




Marching Band 


10,11,12 


Swim Leader 


11 










Backpacking Club 


11 


KUCHTA, GARYJ. 


Kuc 


LEWIN,DEBRAA. 


Debi 


Choral Maaters 


10,11 


Baseball 


10,11.12 


NHS 


12 


Fall Play Lighting Crew 


12 


Intramural Basketball 


10 


Euclidian 


11,12 


Winter Play Lighting Crew 


11 


Powder Puff, Gold Coach 


12 


Marching Band 


10,11,12 






American Legion Baseball Team 


12 


Marching Band, Secretary 


11,12 


KLEIN, ROBERT A. 








Science Seminar 


11 






KULBICKAS, MICHAEL V. 




Survey 
Senior Class 


10 


KLEINHENZ, CYNTHIA A. 


Cyndy 






12 


Voc. Accounting 


11,12 


KUNATH, KATHRYNA. 


Kitten 


Powder Puff, Gold 


12 






Survey 


10 


Orchestra 


11,12 


KLODOR, PAUL J. 




Student Store 


10,11 


Pit Orchestra 


11,12 


Key Club 


10,11,12 






Symphonic Wind Ensemble 


10,11,12 


Key Club Treasurer 


11,12 


KUNIS, CYNTHIA A. 




Swim Timer 


12 


Marching Band 


10,11,12 






Fall Play Stage Crew 


10 


Symphonic Wind Ens. 


11,12 


KUPFER, MICHAEL D. 


Mike 






Big Show Orchestra 


11 


Key Club 


10,11,12 


LEWIS, DAN M. 




Investment Club, Treasurer 


12 


J. V. Soccer 


10,11 






Pep Band 


11,12 


Audio Aid 


11 


LILLEY, ELAINE K. 


Lilley f-40 


NHS 


11,12 


Euclidian 


12 






Stage Band 


10,11,12 


Computer Lab Assistant 


11 


LIMBERT, MARK E. 








NHS 


11,12 


Media Aid 


10,11,12 


KLUN.BRIANA. 


B.K. 


Science Seminar 


11 






Auto Shop 


10,11,12 


Big Show Orchestra 


11 


LITWINOWICZ, CATHLEEN 




KOLLER, DONALD A. 


D.K. 


LAMPELA, ROBERTO. ■ 


i^ ^'^ 


LOGRASSO, MICHAEL A. 


Mike 


Basketball 


10,11,12 


COE 'flln 


m 12 






Baseball 
Spirits 


10 
10,11,12 


LANESE, JORGE A. '|^^B 


L 


LONCHAR, TIMOTHY R. 


Tim, Tooth 






^^^1 


ik^ 


Intramural Basketball 


10 


KORDIC, MARK 


Kor 


LANG, DIANA L. ^^^Hl 






Basketball 


10,11,12 


' -^^». ^HHtai 




LONGSTRETH, DANIEL W. 


Monk 


Baseball 


10 


LANG, LINDA 


Twang 










Softball >^^^ im ' 


10 


LORBER, KAREN J. 




KOSAK, MARK 




Marching Band '^^M[ ^Hii 


10,11 






Voc. Food Service 


12 


Track Aid ^^^L,^B^' 


10 


LORBER, KATHLEEN J. 


Kathy 






Symphonic ^^H^^ ' 


10,11 


Cosmotology 


11,12 


KOSOVICH, MARY 




Clerical Typing %.^^^^H|^ 
OEA Ik^Hl^ 


11,12 






Ski Club 


11 


11,12 


LU, JEFFREY J. 


Jeff 


Red Cross Club 


11 


OEA President . ^^HH 


L ^^ 


Varsity Tennis 


10-11-12 


Accounting 


10 


Big Show Orchestf^ . ^RmI 


W ^^ 


Orchestra 


10-11-12 


COE, President 


12 




K 


Science Seminar 


11 


Powder Puff. Blue 


12 


LANGDON. KELLI J. 




NHS 
Chemistry Tutor 


11-12 
11 


KOTAR.ZVONKAS. 


Toni 


LANGDON, MICHAEL D. 


Pud 






Cosmetology 


11,12 


Baseball 


10,12 










Auto Shop 


11,12 


LUDA, TINA 


Tina 


KOVAC, FRANK 












Powder Puff. Cheerleader 


12 


LANPHIER, ROBERT M. 


Bob 


LYLE, WILLIAM J. 


Bill 


DE Merchandising 


11,12 






Euclidian 


10 






LANTZ. MICHAEL A. 




Survey 


10-11 


KOVACS, SANDOR 


Sandy 






Key Club 


10-11 


Key Club 


10-11 


LAURIA, PATRICIA A. 






^ 10 




LYNN, GREGORY J. 
J.V. Baseball 
Student Trainer 

LYON, ROBERTW. 

Key Club 

LYTLE, DANIEL E. 
Baseball 
Football 
Hockey 

MACLEOD ANDREA 
Gymnastics 
D.E. Retailing 

MADORSKY, STEPHEN J. 

MADUNIC, MILAN 

MALANEY, DENNIS J. 

MALONE, DONALD A. 
Golf-Captain 
Tennis 

Marching Band 
Stage Band 
SeniorTalent Night 

MALONE, VINCENT J. 
Indoor Track 
Basketball 
Football •--*~" 

Outdoor Track 
Spirits 
200 Club 
Ski Club 

MANION, PATRICIA L. 
Cosmetology 

MANNION, SCOTT L. 
MARANVILLE, RICHARD E. 

MARKIEWICZ, BONNIE 
Junior Stenography 
COE 

MAROSAN, RONALD T. 

Wrestling 

Ski Club 

MARTIN, TRACY A. 
COE Club 

MARVIN, WALTER O. 

MASON, GARY ALAN 
Football 

MASON, JACQUELINE 

Powder Puff, Gold 

NHS 

AFS 

AFS, President 



Lynz 

10 

U-12 

Roadie 
10-11 

Dan 

10 

11 

i^- 12 

Andrea 

10 

11-12 



Don 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 
12 

Moses 

10-11-12 

10 

10-12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

12 

Patty 
11-12 



Bonnie 
11 
12 



Ron 
10 
12 

Tracy 
12 



MASSIELLO, NICHOLAS J. 
Choral Masters 
Swim Leader 
Fall Play 
Big Show 

MAST, ROY R 

Basketball 

Football '*' 

Tennis 

Tennis 

Spirits ^ 

Investment Club , / 

Key Club .^^-^ 

MAVSAR, JEFFREY A. 

Swim Team 

Water Polo 

Swim Leader 

Varsity Chorale ^ 

Chorale Masters s 

MAY, TONITA L. 

MCARTHUR, DAVID 

MCCARTY, CAROL A > ^ 

Hockey Aid ,^ <^^8 

Majorette Club -'Wt^o-lx- '■ 
Office Aide 

MCCASKIE, JOANNE 

Survey Treasurer 

Basketball 

DE Retailing 

DE MerchandizingTreasurer 

Winter Play 

Teachers' Aid "''"^^^^^^"s;'^ 

Girls' Chorus ^^^^ 

Choral Masters 

Student Council, Social chairman 

MCCHANCY, CLAUDIA S. 

Girls' Tennis 

Survey 

Survey, editor 

Red Cross Club 

NHS 

IQS 

Medical Explorers 

Powder, Puff, Gold 

MCCLUSKEY, BRIAN 

DOT \_>^^.^,j«:^ 

MCCLUSKEY, MICHELLgSj 
Asst. Business Manager of Survey 
Jr. Data Processing 
Sr. Data Processing 



Felix 




10 


MCCRAITH, MICHAEL J. 


Jackie 


MCCULLOUGH, BRIAN K 


12 


Hockey 


11,12 




10,11,12 


MCFADDEN,PAUL 


12 


Soccer 



Nick 

10,11 

11 

11 

11 



10 
10,11 

1 

10,11,12 

10,11,12 

12 

12 

Mavs 

10,11,12 

11,12 

12 

11,12 

' 10,12 



10 
10 
11 

Jo 
10 
10 
11 
12 
12 
12 
10 
11 
12 



10,11,12 

10,11,12 

12 

11 

11,12 

11,12 

11,12 

12 



10,11,12 



Rocky 
10,11,12 



DOT 
Key Club 

MCGILL, DARREN R 

MCFADDEN, PAUL 

Soccer 

DOT 

Key Club 

MCGILL, DARREN R 

MCPADDEN, DANIEL E. 

MEANEY, TAMI 

MEDVES, STEVEN A, 

MEIER, CARL R. 

MELFI, VINCENT 
NHS 

MEWS, MONICA L. 
Majorette Club 
Hockey Aid 
Powder Puff, Gold 
Spirits 

Teachers' Aide 
Office Education Assos. 
Swim Team 

MIHELCIC, JACQUELINE M 

Track 

NHS 

IQS 

Tutor 

Euclidian 

Euclidian, editor 

Euclidian, editor-in-chief 

MILLAR, JAMESW 

Key Club 

Euclidian 

Euclidian, Head Photographer 

MILLER, DEBORAH, J. 
Volleyball 
Teachers Aid 

MILLER, DONNA J. 

Swim Leader 

Swim Timer 

Swim Timer, co-captain 

Student Council 

Senior Class 

Powder Puff, Blue 

Big Show, Prop director 

Fall Play. Props 

MILLER, PHYLLIS D 
Vocational Child Care 

MISCH, LINDA M 
Volleyball 



12 
10 



Rocky 

10,11,12 

12 

• 10 




Debbi 

10 

11,12 



10,11 
11,12 
12 
10,11.12 
12 
12 
11 
12 

Phyl 
11-12 

Misch 
10-11-12 



>i^ 



Basketball 

Softball 

Track 

Student Council 

G.A.A. 

Powder Puff-Gold 

Homecoming Queen 

MLACHAK, KRISTINEM. 

MODIC, EDWARD J. 
J.V. Football 

MOLESKY. CARLA 
COE 

MONSMAN, MARLENE 
Majorette Club 
Spirits 

MOODY. ROBIN J. 
Basketball 

MOORE. PETERA. 
Senior Class 

MORRIS. PATRICIA 
Cosmotology 

MORRIS, ROBERT W. 

MORRIS. ROBERT W. 

MOTUZA. JOANN 
Varsity Cheerleader 
J.V. Football & Basketball 
Cheerleader 
Sophomore Class 
Girls Swim Team 
Student Council 
Executive Board 
Senior Class 
Powder Puff-Gold 
Spirits 
Junior Class 

MULHOLLAND, DAWN A. 
Vocational Arts I & II 

MULLALLY. JAMESA. 
Survey Staff 

MULLEN, JOHN M. 

Swim Team 

Swim Team Captain 

Key Club 

Ski Club 

Senior Class Cabinet 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 

Swim Leader 

Water Polo 

Spirits 

Varsity Choral 

Outdoor Club 

MULLINS. CHRISTINE 
AD Club 



10-11-12 


NHS 


11-12 


NEUROHR, NANCY M. 




10-11 


Data Processing 


11-12 






12 


Data Processing, parlimentarian 


12 


NEWCOIVIB. GEORGE E. 




12 


Survey, Business 


12 


Basketball 


10 


11 






Baseball 


10-12 


12 


MULRANEY, EUGENE E. 




Football 


10-12 


12 


Commercial Art 


11-12 


NOCERA, GENEVIEVE A. 


GENEVIEVE 




Kris 


MUNNINGS. LINDA M 




NOCERA. LYNNA. 


Lynn 




Headly 
10 


Ad Club 
Choir 


10 
10 






Sr. Class 


12 


NOVOSEL, LAURA A. 


Laura 




Caria 


Powder Puff. Blue 


12 


Girls Chorus 


10 




12 






Varsity Chorale 


U-12 






MURPHY. DIANE 


Murph 


Choral Masters 


12 




Tina 
1 n 


Girls' Track 


11,12 


Swim Timer 


11-12 




Powder Puff. Gold 


12 


Swim Timer-Co-Captain 


12 


10-11 






Winter Play 


11-12 


H/IUSICK. MELODY L. 




Fall Play 


12 


Robin 


Volleyball 


10,11 


Big Show 


11-12 


10 


Track 


10 


Spirits 


10-11-12 




Gymnastics, manger 


10 


Senior Class 


12 


Pete 
12 


Girls' Chorus 


10 


Senior Class Cabinet 


12 


Varsity Chorale 


11.12 


Student Council 


12 




Masters Choir 


12 


Powder Puff-Blue manager 


12 


luzz one. Patti 


Fall Play 


12 






11-12 


MYERS, CANDY M. 




OBERAITIS, LAURIE A. 
Volleyball (Co-Captain-12) 


O.B. 
10-11-12 




MYERS. CHARLES J. 


Charlie 


Swimming 
AD Club 


10-11-12 
11-12 




NACHTIGAL, JOANNA 


Yohan BB 


Sophomore Class 


10 


JoAnn 
12 
11 


Majorette Club 


10,11,12 


Junior Cabinet 


11 


Alternate Majorette 


11 


Senior Cabinet 


12 


Majorette Captain 


12 


Spirits 


11-12 


Clinic Runner 


10.11.12 


Powder Puff-Blue 


12 




Sr. Talent Night 


12 


Choral Masters 


11-12 


1 


0-11-12 


NHS 


11.12 


Student Council 
Girls Chorus 


12 
10 



12 
12 
12 

12 

10-11-12 

11 

Dawn 
11-12 

Mort 
12 

Bird 

10-11-12 

12 

10-11 

10-11-12 

12 

12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

Chris 
11 



NARO, RAYMOND J. 

NAUTH, GREGORY A. 

NEIMAN, CHRISTINE 

NEITZEL, NEALD. 

Ski Club 

VICA Treasurer and Secretary 



Greg 



Swizz 
10,12 
11,12 



NELSON, KERRY A. Kerry 

Spirits 10 

J.V. Basketball Cheerleader 10 
J.V. Football Cheerleader (Captain) 11 

J.V Basketball Cheerleader 11 

Junior Class 11 

Junior Stenography 11 

Senior Class 12 

Senior Stenography-Secretary 12 

ADClub 12 

Powder Puff-Blue 12 



NELSON, WILLIAM D. Bill 

Ski Club 10 



O'BRIEN, THOMAS A. 

OGRINC, ANDREW P. 

O'NEIL. KEVIN W. 

O'NEILL. MICHAEL F. 
Auto Shop 

ORAZEM, SHERRI L. 



Ferpo 



Mike 
10-11-12 



NEMEC. PATRICIA R. 



Patty 



OTCASEK, JOSEPH W. 


Oski 


Wrestling 


10 


Football 


10 


Junior Class Cabinet 


11 


Senior Class 


12 


Spirits 


12 


Powder Puff 


12 


OTCASEK, LESLIE L. 


Leslie 


Euclidian 


12 


Horsemanship Club 


11 


Big Show Orchestra 


10-11-12 


Marching Band Announcer 


12 


Orchestra 


10 



O'TOOLE MARY P 
Wrestling Aide 
Lab Assistant 
Student Secretary 

PANTER. LEE H. 

PAPARIZOS.DELORESD. 

Powderpuff 

Eucuyo 

RAPES, MARJORIEA. 
Teacher's Aide 
Survey Business Staff 
Girls Leaders' Club 

PAPPAS, RICHARD J. 
Euclidian Staff 
D.C.T. 
V.I.C.A. 

PARKER, PATRICK 

PARR, THOMAS P. 

Football 

Wrestling 

PATETE, ROBERT 
Basketball (Captain) 

PAUL, DEBORAH A. 
Wrestling Aide 
Teacher's Aide 
Powder Puff-Gold 
Choral Masters 

PAVLOVICH, KAREN L. 

PAYNE, MARGARET M. 
Track Aide 
Key Club 
Junior Class 
Spirits 
Senior Class 
Girls Chorus 
Cross Country Aide 
Indoor Track Aide 
Powder Puff-Gold 
Vocational Accounting 
AD Club 

PAYNE, RONALD J. 
PECEK, JOANNE M. 
PECNIK, DAVID M. 

PECNIK, GREGORY D. 

PEIROLO. LINDA S. 
Ski Club 
Tennis 

Survey-Business 
Powder Puff-Blue 



10 
10 
12 



Delores 
12 
11 

Margie 

10 

10 

11-12 

Pappy 
10 
12 
12 



10 
10-11-12 



Sweetcakes 

10 

11-12 

12 

11-12 

Karen 

Peggy 

10-12 
10 
11 

11-12 
12 
10 
11 
10 
12 
11 

11-12 

Ron 

Joanne 

Dave 



Greg 



10 
10-11-12 

11-12 
12 



PENKO, DIANE M. 

Choral Masters 

DE Retailing & Merchandising 

PENKO, NANCY M. 

PENKO, SCOTT 

PERROTTI, MICHAEL E. 

FERRYMAN, CATHLEEN M. 

Girls J.V. Basketball 

Girls Track 

Spirits 

Varsity Basketball 

GLC 

Powder Puff, Gold 

PERRYMAN, CHRISTINE 

Volleyball 

Basketball 

Softball 

Track 

Cross Country 

Student Council 

Jr. Class 

Jr. Class Cabinet 

Sr. Class 

Spirits 

Powder Puff, Blue 

GLC 

PETRELLA, JULIE A. 
Seim Timer 
Business Survey 
Powder Puff -Gold 

PETRICH, SHERRY 

Tennis 

Gymnastics 

Diving 

Spirits 

Powder Puff 

AD Club 

Senior Class 

PETRICK, CHERYL A. 

AFS 

Pink Panthers 

Wrestling Aide (Treasure) 

Powder Puff 

Yearbook 

Yearbook-Section editor 

Horsemanship Club 

Ski Club 

NHS 

Big Show Stage Crew^ 

IQS 

PTSA 

Survey-BusinesS' 



Diane 
11 
12 



PETSCHE, ROBERTA. 

Ski Club 

NHS 

Horsemanship Club '>^^. 

Band ■'■'**«**»«aiii..s. 

Language Lab Assistant 



Harry, Petche 

10 

10-11 

10-11-12 

11 

12 

11-12 

12 



10-11 

10 

10-11 

12 

10-11-12 

11-12 

11 

10 

11-12 

10-11 

11-12 

11-12 

10 

Bob 

10-11 

11-12 

11 

10 

10 



PHILLIPS, CATHY J. 
Junior Clerk Typist 
Clerk Typist-President 
Senior Clerk Typist 
Senior Class 

PHILLIPS, MICHAEL 

PIETRANTOZZI, VIOLANDA 
Senior Class 

PIKOVNIK, JAMES M. 

PINTO, DONNA 
Majorettes 
Majorette Club 
Softball 
Girls Track 
Powder Puff-Blue 
Ski Club 

PISCOPO, SUSAN L. 
Senior Class 
Choir Girls 

PLAVCAN, LAWRENCE R. 
Indoor Track 
Outdoor Track 
Cross Country 

PLUTA, KURTR. 
Senior Class 
Junior Data Processing 
Senior Data Processing 

, POLLARD, LATRESA D. 

POLLY, JOY 

Fall Play " 

Junior Class 

Powder Puff-Gold 

Office Runner 

Swim Timer 

POTICHNY, STEFANIE L. ' 

POTOCNIK, JOANM. 
Spirits Club 

J.V. Football Cheerleader 
Football Aide 



POVIRK, SYLVIA A. 
Sophomore Class 
Pink Panthers 
Close-Up I 

Senior Class ''^ 

POWELL, JOHN E. 

POWERS. MARK L. 

PRIDEMORE, JANET 
Child Care 

PRINES, MARKC. 



Cath 
11 
11 
12 
12 



Viola 
12 



Pinto, Face 

11-12 

10-11-12 

10 

11-12 

12 

10-11 

Sue 
12 
10 

Plav 

10-11 

10-11 

10-11-12 

Kurtie 
12 
11 
12 




Rae-Rae 
11-12 



Magic Mark 



^ 




f 



^ ,*f 



PRITCHARD, BEVERLY L. 


Beverly 


REESE, TODD M. 




Sophomore Class 


10 


Swimming 


10-11-12 


Junior Class 


11 


Wai Napolo 


11-12 


Junior Class Cabinet 


12 


Swim Leader 


11-12 


Senior Class 


11 


Water Polo 


11-12 


Gym Leader 


11 






Powder Puff-Gold 


12 


REICHERT, JAMES W. 




Office Runner 


11 


REID, LORI J. ^ 


""^^11 


COE 


12 


afe 






Stenography 


Wll-1^ 


PYSELL, DAVIDA. 


David 






Indoor Track 


10 


REMINICK, SCOTT R. 




Outdoor Track 


10 


Wrestling 


10-11-12 


Ski Club 


10-11-12 


Football 


10 


RADABAUGH, MICHAELS. 


Mike 


REZONJA, MARYK. 
Ad Club 


Mimi 


Wrestling 


11 


11 12 






Varsity Choral 


^\^ 12 


RADISEK, THEODORE 


Ted, Radical 


Senior Class 


^1^-. 12 


Key Club 


10-11-12 


Choral Masters 


11-12 


Wrestling 


12 


GirLsChior 


10 


Survey 


12 


Powder Puff 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


RHETT, YOLANDA D. 




RAGGETS, NOREEN M. 




^ 


&^ 


Voc. Clerk Typists 


11-12 


RHYNE, CYNTHIA L. ,#i 


V- Cindi 






Yearbook 


10-11-12 


RAICEVICH, KURT A. 




AFS 


10 


Golf 


10-11 


Pink Panthers 


10 


Track 


10-12 


Choral Masters 


11-12 


500 mile Club 


10 


Big Show Stage Crew 


11 


Senior Class 


12 


NHS 


11-12 


Hockey, Capt. 


11-12 


Horsemanship 


11 






Survey 


10 


RALL, GARYD. 


■■Doc" 






Indoor Track 


10-11-12 


RINDERLE, THOMAS J 


Tom 


Outdoor Track 


10-11-12 


Football 


10-11-12 


Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12 


Football Capt 


12 






Letterman's Club 


11-12 


RAMONA, DAVID N. 




Spirits 


11-12 






Intramurals 


10 


RANEY, RICHARD J. ^,^:s 


^^i...^ "'fl 


Weight Lifting Club 


10 


OWE. .•«S^' 







RAPINZ, JAMES J. 



ROBERTS, MARK D. 
ROBINSON, SCOTT J. 



RASH, SANDRA L. | 
Investment Club Sec, 


Sandy 
12 


ROCCO, JAMES M. 


OEA Historian ^ 
Sophomore Class 


11-12 
- '" ^ 10 


ROEDER, PATRICIA 
GAA 


RAYMOND, SCOTT V. 
Wrestling 


10 


Ski Club 
Ad Club 
Powder Puff, Blue 


REED, DIANE M. 
Band Librarian 


Diane 
10-11-12 


ROEDER, PAMELA 


Marching Band 


10-11-12 


GAA 


Teacher's Aide 
Pep Band 
Powder Puff, Gold 
Track Aide 


11 

10-11 

12 

10-11-12 


Sophomore Class 

Spirits 

Powder Puff, Blue 

ROGERS, LISA A. 


REED, JAMES 


Jim 




Track, 


11 


ROJECK, CYNTHIA J, 


Powder Puff, cheerleader 


12 


Ad Club 


Intramurals 


10-11 


Big Show 




^ 



Senior Class 
Powder Puff, Gold 

ROLIK, CHRISTINE M 

Ski Club 

AFS 

lOE 

Powder Puff 

OEA 

NHS 

ROMOSER, DONALD R 
Sophomore Class 
Junior Class Cabinet 
Office Runner 
NHS 



ROPER, CHRISTOPHER J. 

Wrestling 

DECA.Pres. 

Investment Club 

Outdoors Club 

Pres. Physical Fitness Award 

CEC English Award 

Gym Leader 

ROSE, KATHLEEN A. 

Ad Club 

Senior Class 

Powder Puff, Blue 

Big Show 

Spirits 

Junior Class 

Sophomore Class 

Sr. Homecoming Attendant 

ROSSI, KAREN M. 



12 
12 




11-lz 


ROSSMANN, ANDREW C. 


Andy 


11-12 


Water Polo Club 


10-11-12 


10 


Swimming Team 


10-11-12 


10 


Wai Napolo 


10-11-12 




Swim Leader 


11-12 




Girl's Swim Team Announcer 


11-12 




ROWLAND, ROBERT J. 


Buzz 




Basketball 


10-11-12 




Spirits 


11-12 


Gator 






10 


ROZIC, STANLEY R. 


Stosh 


11 


Media Aide 


10-11-12 


10 


Lighting Crew 


10-12 


12 


Audio Aide 


12 


Pam 


ROZMAN, IVANA M. 




Scrader 


Red Cross Club 


10 


10 


Euclidian 


'^-•- 10 


10 


Swim Leader -^ 


10-11 


10 


Swim Team * \ 


10-11 


12 


lOE \ 


11-12 




OEA 1 


11-12 


Cindy 


RUDMAN, NATALIE A. \ 




10 


Softball X 


10 


11 


Girls Track ^ 


11 




^*RUDOLPH, ANDREA 
Investment Club 

I RUSCIN, LEE A. I 

I RYDELIS, RITA M. I 

RYMARCZYK, KAREN 

Gym Leader 

Gym Leader, President 

Spirits 

Girls Track -»s'»^:a»«w 

Volleyball 

Sophomore Class 

Junior Class 

Senior Class 

Powder Puff, Blue 

GAA 

Voc. Accounting 



RYMARCZYK, KATHLEEN 

Spirits 

GAA 

Sopfiomore Class 

Jr. Class Cabinet 

Senior Class Cabinet 

Track 

Cross Country 

GLC Secretary 

Powder Puff, Gold 

SAMUEL, NANCY A. 
Ski Club 

Sophomore Class 
Junior Class 
Senior Class 
Spirits 

Commercial Art 
Powder Puff, Blue 

SANSBURY, MIKE 
J. V. Football 

SANTA, CATHERINE ANNE 

Eucuyo 

Eucuyo, Editor 

Big Show 

Euclidian 

IQS 

SANTON, CARLA M. 
Cheerleader 
Powder Puff 

SANTON, JEFFREYS. 
Audio Visual 

SANTON, KELLY A. 

Choral Club 

Voc. Accounting Pres. 

SANTORELLI.PETERJ. 

SCERANKA, LOREN 
Powder l^uff ' 





SCHAUER, THOMAS E. 


12 


Key Club 




Wrestling 




SCHEMBRE, TINAM. 




Track Aide 




Spirits 


Chips, Rym 


Commercial Art 


11-12 


Powder Puff, Gold 


12 


Senior Class 


10-11-12 




10-11-12 


SCHIEMAN.LISAA. 


12 


Marching Band 


10 


Powder Puff, Gold 


11 


Swim Team 


12 


Symphonic Wind Esmb. 


12 


Band Librarian 


10 


Swim Timer 


11-12 


Majorette Club 




Pep Band 


Rym 
10-11-12 


Choral Masters 
Big Show 


10 


SCHIMES.GERALDINEC. 


10 


Euclidian 


11 


OWE 



12 

10-11-12 

10-11-12 

11-12 

12 



10-11-12 
10 
11 
12 

10-11-12 

11-12 

12 



10 

Cathie 

10-11-12 

12 

10 

12 

11-12 



10-11 
12 

Jeff 
10-11 

Kelly 
10 
12 



Lori 
12 



SCHMIDT, KENNETH A. 

SCHNEIDER, MARY J 

SCHWARTZ, DONALD H. 

SCHWATZ, GLENN R. 

SEALE, JULIE 
Cosmetology 

SEDIAK, DENNIS M. 
Choral Masters 

SEIDEL, DAVID 

J.V. Soccer 

Varsity Soccer 

Letterman's Club 

Outdoors Club 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 

Junior Class 

SEIDEL, MARK 
Red Cross Club 
Wood Foreman 
Choral Masters 
Swim Leader 
Ski Club 

SELVAGGIO, DEBORAH A.*^ 
Girl's Choir 
D,E. Retailing 

SELWAY, KEVIN J. 
Track 

SENN,JOHNV. ""' 

SHAFER, DOROTHY C. 
Data Processing 




Tina 

10 

10-11-12 

11-12 

12 

12 

Bueno 

10-11-12 

12 

11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

11 

11 

10-11 

12 

12 

Gerri 

11-12 

12 



Ju-Ju 
11-12 



10 

11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

12 

11 

Speidel 
11 

11-12 
11 

11-12 




SHEEHAN, KELLY A. 

SHELDEN. JOHNP. 
Swimming 
Swimming Cpat. 
Swim Leader 

SHULTZ, JACK G. 

SHULTZ, PAMELA 
Child Care 
Hero Club 



SHUSTER, CARRIE LEE 

Girls Track 

Track. Girls State 

Girls Cross Country 

Cross Country, Girls State 

GLC 

Sophomore Class 

Junior Class Cabinet 

Junior Class 

Senior Class Cabinet 

Senior Class 

Student Council 

NHS 

Powder Puff, Gold 

Spirits 

SIBERT, LISA 

Swim Leader 

Ski Club 

Spirits 

Student Council 

Sophmore Class 

Junior Class Cabinet 

Senior Class 

Track Aide 

J.V. Basketball Cheerleader 

Girls' Chorus 

Powder Puff, Blue 

SIDMAN, KEVIN D. 

Football 

Wrestling 

Ski Club 

Spirits 

Tennis 

SIMEK, THOMAS 

SIMEO, JAMES W. 



Jack, Shelly 

10-11-12 

12 

11-12 



Ram 
11-12 
11-12 

"Shu" 

10-11-12 

10-11 

10-11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

10 

11 

11 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

10-11-12 



lOi 

io| 

10-11-12 
11-12 
10 
11 
12 
10 




12. 


NHS 


H^^ 




Key Club 


10-11 


Debbie 


Euclidian Staff 


10-11-12 


10 


Euclidian, Advertising editor 


11-12 


11-12 


Lab Assistant 


10-11-12 




Buckeye Boys' State 


12 


Sel 


IQS 


11-12 


11-12 


Medical Explorers 


11-12 




Medical Explorers, vice-president 


11 


Rat 


Medical Explorers, president 


12 


Dottie 


SIMPSON, CHARLES H 


Charlie 


11-12 


Track 


10-11-12 



Track, captain 
Indoor Track 
Indoor Track, captain 
Cross Country 
Cross Country, captain 
Office Aide 

SISSON, DOUGLAS J. 

SIVILLO, SUSANA. 
Cosmetology 

SKERL, DEMISE D. 
Band 

SKOVIRA, JOSEPH J. 

SLEJKO, JANET 
Cross Country 
Basketball 
Outdoor Track 
Powder Puff, Blue 

SMIDDY, DAVID R. 

SMITH, CHERYL L. 
Red Cross Club 
Fall Play Stage Crew 
Student Council 
Girls' Choir 
Student Secretary 

SMITH, KELLY S. 
Writing Club 

SMITH, PAMELA A. 
Spirits 

Swim Leader 
Powder Puff, Gold 
Ad Club 
Wai Napolo 
Student Secretary 
Office Runner 
Senior Class 



SNYDER, JANET L. 
Track Aide 
Head Track Aide 
Cross Country Aide 
Ad Club 
Spirits 

Student Council 
Junior Class 
Clinic Aide 



SNYDER, RICHARD W. 
J.V. Baseball 
Spirits 

SNYDER, ROGER D. 
Indoor Track 
Outdoor Track 
Key Club 
Gym Leader 

SOLNOSKY, SHARON M. 
Ad Club 




12 


Voc. Art 


10-11-12 


Powder Puff, Blue 


12 




10-11-12 


SOTKA, CHARLENEM. 


12 




10 


SPALEK, PATRICIA J. 




COE 


Doug 


Powder Puff, Blue 


Buzz two 


SPARKS, JEANETTEL. 


11-12 


Marching Band 




Concert Band 




Pep Band 


10-11 


Euclidian 




Powder Puff, Gold 


Killer Elite 


Red Cross Club 




AFS 


Spanko, Jan 


NHS 


10-11-12 


Eucuyo 


10-11-12 


Senior Class 


10-11-12 




12 


STRINGER, SCOTT 




SRNICK, PHILIP F. 




Pep Band 




Marching Band 


10 




11 


STACK, JAMES A. 


11-12 




10 


STANDISH, ROLLANDB. 


11-12 


Soccer 


Smitty 


STANEK, JANICE L. 


11 


GLC Parliamentarian 




NHS 


Pam 


Teacher's Aide 


10 


Clinic Aide 


10-11 


Red Cross Club 


12 


Senior Class 


12 




10-11-12 


STANISA, ANDREW S.J. 


12 




12 


STASO, DENISEM. 


12 


Cosmetology 




Gym Leader 


10-11-12 


STEFANAC, MITCHELL T. 


11-12 




11-12 


STELMACH, DWAYNE A. 


11-12 


Investment Club 


11-12 


Key Club 


# 12 




r 11 


STEVKO, MICHAEL P. 


r 11 






STIGAMIER, STEPHANM. 


Snid's 




10 


STOUFFER, THERESA E. 


10-11 


Voc. Commercial Art 


Rog 


STRAH, CHERYL 


11 


J.V. Volleyball 


11 


Varsity Volley ball Capt. 


10 


Basketball 


10 


Powder Puff, Blue 




Junior Class 




Senior Class 


10 


Softball 



11-12 
12 



Patti 
12 

12 

ERRRR— Aparky 

10-11-12 

10-U 

10-11-12 

12 

12 

11 

12 

11-12 

11 

12 



12 
10-11-12 



Roily 
10 

Jan 

11-12 

11-12 

11-12 

12 

11 

12 

Andy 

Denny 
11-12 

11 



12 
10-11-12 

Mike 

Steve 

Teri 
11 

Cheri 

10-11 
12 

10-11 
12 
11 
12 

10-11 



GLC 

GLC Historian 

Teacher's Secretary 

STRAH, RAYMOND 
Football 

STRAH, ROBERT 

STRLE, HELEN M. 

OEA 

OEA Vice President 

STRUNA, GARY F. 
Baseball 
Machine Shop 

SUCHEVITS, ROBERTA. 

SUDAR, SUSANA. 

SUMMERFIELD, DANNY E. 

SUMMERS, ROBERT L. 

Wrestling 

Graphic Arts 

SUSCHAK, CATHERINE A. 

Ad Club 

Junior Class 

Eucuyo 

Powder Puff, Blue 

Senior Class 

Volleyball 

SUSTAR, LAURA L. 

Majorette Club 

Red Cross Club 

Euclidian 

NHS 

Vocational Stenography 

SWANSON, DEBRAA 
Cosmetology 



SWIDER, GREGORY P. 
Wood Shop 
Machine Shop 

SZABO, STEVEN D. 

SZALAY, JEFFREYS. 
Wrestling 

SZOLEK, JEFFREY E. 
Ski Club 

TANCREDI, REBECCA G. 
Sophomore Class 
Junior Class Cabinet 
Student Council 
Powder Puff, Gold 

TAULIEN, NANCY A. 
Cheerleader ^ 

Swim Team -^ 

Student Council 
Powder Puff, Gold 



11 

12 

11-12 

Ray 
10-11 



11-12 

11 



10-11-12 
10-11 



Such 
Sue 



Wazoo, Bob 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 

Cathy 
11-12 
11 
12 
12 
t2.. 



10 
10 
10 

11 

11-12 

Blondy 
11-12 

Greg 
10 
11 



Jeff 
10-11 

Jeff 
10-11-12 

Becky 
10 
11 

11-12 
12 



10-11-12 

11-12 

12 

12 




TAYLOR. PATRICW. 
Marching Band 
Ski Club 

TAYLOR, TAMBERAL. 
Girls Chorus 
Voc. Accounting 
Voc. Accounting Pres. 
Voc. Accounting Treasurer 

TEMPLAR. LAURA L. 

TERRILL.KIMBERLYJ 
Swim Team 
Student Council 
Powder Puff. Blue 
Spirits 

THOMAS. JOANNA 
Wai Napolo 
Ski Club 
Spirits 

THOMPSON, DAVID Y 
Golf Team 

THOMPSON. MARYL. 
OEA 

THOMPSON. MICHAEL J. 

TIBORSKY. MARKA. 

TICE, CHRISTINE C, 

Euclidian Staff 

AFS 

Marching Band 

Concert Bapd 

Symphonic-Wind-Ensemble 

NHS 

Investment Club 

Big Show stage crew 

Marching Band Secretary 

Powder Puff, Blue 

TICHENOR, TIMOTHY W. 
Basketball. 

TIEDMAN, ROBERT J. 

TOIGO, ANGELA 
OEA Treasurer 

TOMSICK, JAMES W. 

Fall Play 

Marching Band 

Indoor Track 

Investment Club 

AFS 

Powder Puff, Majorette 

TOPPING, JANET L. il 

TORTORICI, STELLA M. 
OEA, Historian 
Powder Puff 



Pat 


TREICHEL.DAVIDP. W 


10 


Marching Band -'** 


10-12 


Pep Band 




Powder Puff Band 


Tamie 


Powder Puff Majorette 


10 


Library Aide 


11-12 


Band Vice President 


11 


Chemistry Lab Aide 


12 


Indoor Track 




Outdoor Track 




Investment Club 




Ski Club 


Kim" 
10 11-12 


NHS 
Stage Band 


10-11-12 


X-mas Brass 


12 

■*:' 1 1 


TROMMt 1 1 tR, GRETA M. 




Voc. Child Care 


Jo 


Hero Club 


10 
11-12 


Euclidian Staff 
GAC 


10 


TROUT, DOUGLAS E. 


Dave 


Wrestling 


10-11 


TURNER, DIANE R. 


Mary 


OEA 


11-12 


TURNER, KATHLEEN M. 


Mike 


Survey 
Metals 


Mark 


DCT 




TUROCZY, RICHELLEM. 


Chris 
10-11-12 
10-11-12 


Powder Puff. Blue 
Big Show 


10-11-12 
10-11 


TUTOLO. THOMAS M 
Senior Class 




12 
11-12 

12 
10-11 
11-12 

12 

Tich. Tim 
10-11-12 



Tweeg 
11-12 

Jim 
10 
10-11 
11 
12 
10 
12 



11-12 
12 



ODOVIC. LUDVICK 

ODOVICH. JANICE L. 
GLC Vice President 
Red Cross Club 
NHS 
Survey 
Teacher's Aide 

ULIZZI. FRANK 
Key Club 
Media Aides 

UMEK. NANCY A. 
Cosmetology 

URQUHART. PAMELA 
Ski Club 
Powder Puff 
Swim Timer 

USSAI. CHARLES L 

VAHCIC. ALANM, 

VANAH. SUZANNE C. 
Powder Puff. Gold 
DE Vice President 



Trike 


VAN PELT. DIANA E. 


10-11-12 


Pink Panthers 


10-12 


Hockey 


10 




12 


VARNER. DALEE. 


10 


Track 


^^ 12 

*WvS 12 


VAUGHAN. ROBIN L '^ 


10 




10 


VENDEL. KATHLINS. 


12 




10 


VENTURA, SAMUEL R. 


11-12 
12 


Angler Club 


10 


VIDOVIC, LOUIS 




Soccer 


Gritts, Trom 




11-12 


VIRANT, LOUIS J. 


11-12 


$ 


10 


VITOLO. ANTHONY T*,*--- 


10 


Hockey 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 


Doug 
10 


VOSS, SUSAN L. 




Swim Team 


Diane 


Swim Leader 


11-12 


COE 


Kathye, Bup 
10 


WAGNER. RICHARD J. 


11 
12 


WALKER, MICHELLE R. ' 


Shelley 
12 
12 


WALLS. SHERRILLL. 

Ad Club 

Spirits 



WALSH. CONNIE M. 
COE Vice President 



WALSH, JEAN A. 



Herbee 
10 
11 

Vee 
^10-11 

Kathy 

Sam, Sammy 
11-12 

Lou 
10-12 

Screwy 

Veto 

10-11-12 

12 

Sue. Gritts 

10 

10-11 

12 



Sherrj... 
" "■ 12_ 
12 

Waldde 
12 





WALTERS, KAREN J. 


Jan 


Gymnastics 


11-12 


Powder Puff. Blue 


11 


Majorette Club 


11-12 


Student Council 


12 
11-12 


Wrestling Aide 
Swim Timer 


Nose 
10-11 
11-12 


Senior Class 
Teacher's Aide 
Junior Class 




WALTERS, NOREEN M. 




AFS Vice President 


11-12. 


Powder Puff, Blue 


Pam 

11-12 

12 


Senior Class s- 


Teacher's Aide 
NHS 


11-12 


WALTHER. BRET A. 


Chuck 


WARDER. JAMES D. 


A! 


WARMAN, MARK S. 


Sue 




12 


WASCHURA. JAMES 


12 


Indoor Track .1,„ 



Voit 
10 
12 
10 
12 
11 
11 

12,. 
12 ; 
11 



10-11-12 

12 

1 2 

11-12 

11-12 



Jim. Warder 



Jim: Wasch 
10-11 



\ 

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-..* 




Outdoor Track 


10-11-12 


Powder Puff, Blue 


12 


Ski Club 


10-11-12 


Ski Club 


10-11-12 


Junior Class 


11 


Survey 


12 


NHS 


11-12 






Buckey Boys' State 


11 


ZALETEL. MARY ANN 


Smiddy 


Senior Class Cabinet 


12 


Data Processing 


11-12 


Media Aid 


10-11 


Investment Club 


12 






OEA 


11-12 


WASCHURA, THOMAS E. 


Tom 






Track 


10-11-12 


ZANGHI, MICHAEL 


Zang 


Indoor Track 


10-11-12 


Baseball 


10-11-12 


Student Council 


12 






Ski Club 


10-11-12 


ZDUNCZYK, LORI A. 


Smith 


Spirits 


10-11-12 


OEA 


11-12 


Junior Class 


11 


Investment Club .^prv 12 
Data Processing 'V' % 11-12 


NHS 


11-12 


Powder Puff, 


12 






Varsity Chorale 


12 


ZELE, CHRISTINE T. 


Chris 


Choral Masters 


12 


Art 


11 


Audiovisual 


10^11 


Senior Class 


12 


Letternnan Club 


10-11-12 


Powder Puff 


12 


Senior Class, Cabinet 


12 










ZELKO, JAMES M. 


"Z" 


WATA, MARILYN A. 


Sam 






Junior Stenography 


11 


ZIGMAN.FRANKA. 


Ziggy 


COE 


12 










ZITTKOWSKI, ANDREAS 


Z-Man, 


WATERS, LINDA C. 






Zitt 


Voc. Accounting Secretary 


12 


Tennis ^_ 


10-11-12 






Swimming \^' 


10-11 


WATERWASH, VALERIE A. 




Academic Challenge 


U-12 






Who's Who 


12 


WEBSTER, KELLY L. 




Key Club 


10 






Band 


10-11-12 


WEGLARZ, THOMAS R. 


Tom, Hooper 


Letterman 


11-12 


DE 


11-12 


WILSON, JAMES P. 




WEINDEL, DONNA A. 












WINFIELD, VANISTAA. 


Vanissa 


WEINGARD, WILLIAM L. 












WISNIEWSKI, ANTHONY J. 


Tony, Wizzer 


WEISS, DAVID M. 




WITCHNER, MARLENE G. 




WENDEL, DORIS E. 


Doe 






Ski Club 


10-12 


WOLF, DAVID J. 


Dave, Wolfie 


WESTAK, WILLIAM 


Bill 


Baseball 
Football 


10-11-12 
10-11-12 


WEST, PATRICIA H. 




Letterman Club 


11-12 


WIEGAND, DONARD A. 




WRIGHT, GEORGE 




WILLIAMS, JOHN W. 


Williy 


WRIGHT, ROBERTA 




Hockey 


10-11-12 










WYLIE, JENNIFER L. 


Jenny, Chin 


WILSON. DEVIN J. 


Darv 


Ski Club 


10 


Football 


10-11-12 


Marching Band 


12 


Baseball 


10-11-12 






Indoor Track 


10 


YERMAN, TIMOTHY J. 


Tim 


NHS 


11-12 


Football 


10-11-12 


ZAK, ANNM. 


Annie 






GLC 


12 


YONKOUSKI, DENISE L. 




Science Seminar 


11-12 


Cheerleader 


10-11 


Lab Assistant 


10-11-12 


Track 


10-11 


Softball 


10-11 


Tennis 


10-11 


NHS 


11-12 


Student Council 


10-11 



YOUNG, PATRICK B. 
Commercial Art 
Children's Drama Club 
Ski Club 

ZACK, JOHN H. 



Pat 

11-12 

10 

10-11 



ZAGORE, ROBERT M. 


Bob 


Key Club Secretary 


10-11-12 


Euclidian 


12 


Who's Who in American H.S. 


12 


ZNIDARSIC, MARY J. 




Clerk Typists 


11-12 


Clerk Typists, Parliamentarian 


12 


Senior Class 


12 


Powder Puff 


12 


ZUPANCIC, MARTIN J. 


Zup 


Basketball 


10-11 


Baseball 


10-11-12 


ZUPANCIC, 


ANDREA 


ZUPANCIC, ANDREA 




Track 


10 


Powder Puff 


12 


ZURC, MARGARETS. 


Diamonds 


Senior Class 


12 


Investment Club, Financial Dir. 


12 


KINGERY, MICHAEL 


■'Uncle Mike" 


Track 


10-11-12 


Baseball 


10-11-12 


Varsity Football 


10-11-12 


Letterman Club 


10-11-12 


Indoor Track 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Mediator 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Psychiatrist 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Color Cutter 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Color Paster 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Production Club 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Troublemaker 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Editor-in-honcho 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Vandilist 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Artist 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Cropper 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Salesman 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Headache 


10-11-12 


Euclidain Celebrator 


10-11-12 


Euclidian Euclidian 


10-11-12 


Euclidain Euclidian Euclidian . . . 


10-11-12 



Congratulations Seniors of 79 



UNBEREL<RSi 



SOPHOMORES 



Back in September the Sopho- 
mores entered a whole new world 
of friends and activities. Some of 
them experienced their first for- 
mal dances and pep rallies. They 
found that the seniors were not 
as threatening as they expected. 
Now that the sophomores have 
been through their first year at 
Euclid High they will return next 
year as confident upperclass- 
men. 




Mrs. Gale, Period 1, Front Row. L to R: Caren Walsh, Karen Knaus, James Brown, Coleen 
Poe, Angela Krizanovic. Row Two: James Cater, Mike Champa, David Dzomba. Jennifer 
Whaling, Kimberly Antonick, Jane Shunk, Jane Evans, Mark Galloway. Jeff Kosmetos. 
Carol Schneider, Tammy Sprague. Row Three: Matthew Pirchner, John Berzanske, Chris 
Hernan, Bob McVey, Louie Tortorici, Duncan Maitland, Anginetta Castilla. Not Pictured: 
Colleen Corrigan, Jim Kordich, Marcia Myers. Kristin Yamane. 




Miss Harris. Period 1, Front Row. L to R: Stacie Buda, Janet Faragon. Sandy Post, 
Colleen Clarke. Row Two: Ken Schulz. Mike Roeder. Frank Walters, Andy Cunning- 
ham. Row Three: Sal Giunta. Chris Long. Doug Winstead. Row Four: Michelle Mar- 
tin, Greg Kovac, Vitas Jakubauskas, Joe Udovic Row Five: Ray Klimas, Kevin Mean- 
ey, Bill Hongosh. Not Pictured: Betina Foreman. Eric Groudle. Cathy Jones. Jim 
Morris, Jeff Brile. 




I'm having a big lunch today. 



82/SOPHOMORE 




Mrs. McLaughlin, Period 1, Front Row, L to R: Terry Voss, 
Darryl Graus. Jeff Jaroscak, David Turner. Row Two: Valerie 
Hrobat, Janet McCluskey, Joy Hoon, Norma Ross. Debbie 
Manassa. Row Three: Cathy Michael, Robin Gieiink, Diane 
Polaski, Bob Willrich. Row Four: John Miklos, Sebastian 
Leverett, Phil Pallante, Tom Clasen. Row Five: Brian Hauck, 
Kevin Flender, Steve Bleistein, Jane Seidel, Phil Bencin. 
Not Pictured: Tony DeVito, Bob Kinkoff, Jan Linke, John 
Miklos, Gretchen Mulvinas, Carol Neubert, Darleen Pratt. 




Mrs, Skvasik, Period 1, Front 
Row, L to R: Steve Unik, 
Frank Sajn, Bob Boyd, Gene 
Wrenn, Rich Fleck, Val Jor- 
anko, Toni Civitarese. Row 
Two: Jim Tenney, Joe 
O'Donnell, Tim Sweeney, 
Mark Blase, Jim Harchar, 
Carl Miller, Paul Abramczyk. 
Not Pictured: Claudia Bell, 
Eric Ladovich, Cathy Mich- 
ael, Mark Shefcheck. 




Miss Leilis. Period 1, Front Row, L to 
R: Lisa Berzin, Todd Nawor, Beth Ma- 
bel, Gia Raffaele, Wendy Wright. Row 
Two: Dawn Ehrhart, Patty Hill, Doug- 
las Leu, Beverly Kohler. Row Three: 
Mary Stragisher, Kelly Clevenger, Nav 
Singh, Janet Bork, Bob Moses. Row 
Four: Robert Glolb, Linda Callahan. 
Not Pictured: Tae Surh. 



SOPHOMORE/83 



Miss Spiga. Period 2. Front Row. L to R: Mike Kase- 
lonis. Todd Barnard, Scott Glaser, Mark Marolt. 
Rick Smith. Row Two: Jamar Tarr. Todd Ivancic, 
Sharon Knack, John Habat. Row Three: Darlene 
Pongallo, Mike Kraig, Tern Funk. Sharon Rymar- 
czyd, Jeff Hogan, Denise Nichting, Steve Fleck, 
Mark Svigel, Allen Bumberger, David Oak. Row 
Four: Bev lafelice, Parsa McGraw, Tracey Ander- 
son. Not Pictured: John Renshaw, Richard Smith, 
Russell Vidrick, Frank Weissfuss. 




Mrs. Gibson, Period 2. Front Row, L to R: Halle Wuchter, Judy Lynch, Laura Bratina. Row 
Two: Bob Metcalf, Chris Zaffle, Barb Prizzi, Mark MoNelis, Doug Yonkouski. Brad Dallos, John 
Gleason. Tony Patfield. Row Three: Jim Valentine, Tony Chanakas. Row Four: Frank Hribar, 
Lome Hone, Angie Boka, Denise Meyers, Chris Sturgeon, Sue Davidson. Not Pictured: John 
O'Toole. 



Mrs Gale. Period 2. Front Row, 
L to R William Banaszek, Joe Lew- 
arski, John McLoughIm, Dyanne 
King, Vicki Rask, Dale Bozich, Mike 
Osborne, John Hufgard, Gregory 
Yartz. Chris Knight Row Two: 
Lori Appleton, Nancy Valendic, 
Denise Glavan. Frank Repar, Brian 
Carney, John Dea. Gale Johnson, 
Laura Giunta, Ronald Hale Not 
Pictured: Patricia Szabrak, Angela 
Marshall. 



SOPHOMORE/84 




Miss Massaro, Period 2. Front Row, 
L to R: Nestor Papageorge. John 
Kisthardt. Don Weiss. Deborah 
Austin. Steve Turk. Brian Combs. 
Row Two: Dave Gaffney. Heidi 
Draxler. Katie Cavan. Debbie Kon- 
rad, Kim Anderson. Mike Brown. 
Jack Yatsko. Lisa Ferritto. Row 
Three: Connie Bell. Chris Pringle. 
Steve Lausin. Brian Campbell. Dave 
Manello. Bill Musick. Lori Soberk, 
Chris Keller. Lisa Stupansky. Not 
Pictured: Donna Mazur, Belinda 
Orav. Jena Vanek. 




Mrs. McLaughlin, Period 3, Front Row, L to R: Ray Simkins. Scott Gencope, Bob Jakovlic, Gary Beadle. Peggy 
Wiegand, Lynne Zakraysek, Laura Tiedman. Sue Paul, Joy Black Row Two Phil Albert, Rich Perusek, Scott 
Johnson. Bob Ryan, Tim Breeden, Rick Horvat, Ed Glover. Gary Brown. Rick Neiman. Bill Sowers, Jim Brady. 
Nick Cetinsky. Donna Dawson. Lisa Boyes. Sandy Kozel. Not Pictured: Nick Fussell. Cathy Larabee. Steve 
Mannkov. Darryl Turner. Gary Visage. 




Mrs Gibson. Period 3. Front Row. L to R: 
Eddie Maroli. Tony Sorenson. Dave Pon- 
sart. Todd Dickard. Dan Durieko. Karen 
Vulich. Row Two: Mike Kalka. Tim Kory- 
noski. Ed Thomas. Mike Medve. Lisa 
Ogorek. Steve Hurshman. Row Three: 
John Grigsby. Bill Schuhie. Gary Lesnik, 
Dave Kulbickas, Mark Cebron, John Vo- 
lota, Mark LoPresti. Not Pictured: Mar- 
cie Blase, James Gorjup, Sebastian Lever- 
ett, Sherri Sieferd, Ed Thomas. 



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Miss Massaro, Period 3. Front Row 
L to R: Jane Srnick, Nancy Bulick, 
Jeannine Carlo. Eileen O'Brien- 
Row Two: Sue Vernon, Annette 
Batya, Sandy Frank, Mary Ala- 
burda. Kelly Dezelon. Colleen Mur- 
phy, Donna Whelan, Maria Manig- 
lia. Row Three: Kathy Drury, Chris 
Berardinelll, Mike Urbas, Keith 
Keal, Ernie Elshaw, Gary Supinski, 
Frank Kobetitsch, Greg Santon, 
Rick Kraince, Chris Logan, Micky 
Glicken, Not Pictured: Cindy Cul- 
bert, Gina Cirino, James Ray. Jane 
Srnovrsnik. 




The sophomores are getting smaller' 



Jane Shunk and Bob Bokar taking it easy. 



Miss Spiga, Period 3, Front Row. 
L to R: Greg D'Amico. Ron Repasy, 
Lisa Penny, Bonnie Shady, Scott 
Brady, Sue Soeder, Gary Glick. 
Row Two: Lisa Benedick. Bob Gallo, 
Dan Heimberger, William Cooper, 
Zdenko Novkovic. Row Three: 
Barry Mitan, Mike Blackman. Sean 
McCluskey, Rudy Knaus. Jim Jaz- 
bec. Row Four: Doug Hufnagle. 
Gary Summerhill, Fred Foskey, Bill 
Buettner, Carl Trommetter. Not 
Pictured: Mike Andrews, John 
Boyle. Lori Brinkley. Barry Luttrell, 
Peter Vukovic. Brian Walther. 




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Another exciting art class. 




Miss McLaughlin, Period 4, Front 
Row, L to R: Sharon Lesler, Kim 
Petrich, Kelly Denihan, Dominga 
Smith, Allison White, Kevin Sufka, 
Kathy BronkalL Row Two: Terri 
Kidder, Ann Meyers, George Johns, 
Jeff Hegedus. Row Three: Maryann 
Carney, John Misch. Keith Sufka, 
Donna Powers, Denise Martin, 
David Pappas, Mike Redmond. Not 
Pictured: Bob Brochak, Brett Du- 
becky, Jim Fox, Tern Ratchford, 
Sheri Smoot. 




Mrs. Skvasik, Period 4, Front Row, 
L to R: Ken Curtis, Dan Battaglia, 
Bob Scott, Lee Anne Hicks. Row 
Two: Carl Markel, Dino Insana, 
Mark Cefaratti, Colleen McCreary, 
Blaise Festini, Tom Varwig. Row 
Three: Randy Keene, Karen Moody, 
Greg Hall. Mark Shefcheck, Dan 
Terzano. Not Pictured: Jim Lucas, 
Suzanna Makela, Damir Segina. 
Howard Skartved, Kevin Zailer. 



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Miss Massaro. Period 5. Front Row. 
L to R: Adnenne Perousek, Linda 
Payne. Joe Thur. Paul Langdon, Pat 
Buccilli. Dave Hanson, Leyton Ham- 
mert, Tim Jotinson. Tim Golden, Jeff 
Bleigh, Chris Ausflug, Russ Klein. Row 
Two: Rob Tekavic, Paul Schuiz, Mary 
Medves, Debbie Pittock, Annamaria 
Ritz, Kristi Stockdale, Cindy Mascaro. 
Carole Mcintosh, Gladys Henriquez, 
Bob Ellenbest, Mary Glover. Not Pir 
tured: Mark Davidson, Diane Payer 



Mr. Petrovic, Period 5, Front Row, L to R: Brian Reno, Dave Bauer, Dale Grubb, Ann Anderson, Bill 
Mason. Row Two: Sharon Fike, Mesan McLaughlin, Lori Tepley, Janet Reinke, Mark Lantz. Row 
Three: Judy Krnc, Pat Brod, Jeanette Roper, Anna Dovic, Linda boone, Jim Eder, Joe Porten, Andy 
Ulle, Lisa Son. Not Pictured: Kathy Kehn. 



Mrs. Gale, Period 6. Front Row. 
L to R: Chuck Booms. Denise 
Strauss, Jennifer Pies, Diane Pur- 
vis, June Daily, Carol Chase, Shel- 
ley Ferrara. Row Two: Mike Za- 
harsky, Dana Salem, Judy Mast, 
Jose Lima, Sharon Sleith, Lori 
Hanson, Lisa Pysell, Eileen Dele- 
hanty, Robert Wolons, Row Three: 
Vincent Burke, Harvey Taulien, 
Barbara Theus, Geoffrey Prit- 
chard, Jim Hubbard, Dave D'Am- 
ico. Not Pictured: Nona Macie- 
lauskas 



Who do you think you are? 

mi 



SOPHOMORE/88 






Jimmy Osborne caught unaware? 




Miss Massaro. Period 6, Front Row, L to R: Doreen Bussey. Kim Mc- 
Kenna, Denise Santon, Kathy Stanko Row Two: Laureen Peterson, 
Keith Fazio, Scott Siegel, Jeff Griffin. Row Three: Dave Fiona, Dan 
Danzinger, Tom Green, Paul Bresl<var. Row Four: Tom Boschi, Pat 
Lamont, Nancy Leverett, Bill Thomas. Row Five: John Eichler, Mike 
Gishnock, Perry Jordan, Steve Zak. Not Pictured: Stanley Kardum, 
Tatijana Kerestes, Joan Kreckal, Susan Markiewlcz. 



Miss McLaughlin, Period 6, Front Row, 
L to R: John McCoy, Frank Brennan, 
Milan Sulic, John Thompson, Steve 
Liggett. Row Two: Julie Koenig, Chris 
Owens, Kelly Bryan. Ron Moser. She- 
wanna Gray Row Three: Mike Kacper- 
ski, Joe Colo, Wayne Frimel, Joe Brad- 
dock. Martin Jones, John Reilly. Row 
Four: Leonard Brewster, Vincent 
Ellul. Not Pictured: Kevin Barta, Mi- 
chelle Bean, Darnell Lach, Connie Lar- 
abee, Pat Roberts, Rich Scaletta, 
Lynn Snyder 






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Miss Massaro, Period 7, Front Row 
L to R; Therese Mullins. Mike Ma 
lone, Lyie Mattson. Dave Budnar 
Kelly Dunlevey, Karen Mackill. Deb 
bie Faight. Row Two: Ron Rich 
Debi Szlay, Chuck Gole, Ed Ric 
zinger, Anita Jankowski, Hope 
Doyle, Lisa Kuhen, Marcia Pierce. 
Row Three: Natalie Frattin, Coleen 
O'Neill, Cindy Ritzu, Linda Bozak, 
Lorna Coyne, Craig Williams Not 
Pictured: Rebecca Surge. Nancy 
Takiguchi, Thomas Thome, Yvette 
Watkins. 




Ms. Koenig, Period 7, Front Row. L to R: Mike Yeckley. Tina Hutton, Bob Cek Row Two: David Myers. Dan Vanah 
Row Three: April Ciarlillo, Debbie Blain Row Four: Rob Schafer, Gary Danolfo, Jack Heasley. Row Five: Glenn 
Bale, Brenda Roberts. Julie Dotson Not pictured: Chris Gannon, Gino Podrus. Al Smiddy 




Mrs. Gale, Period 7, Front Row 
L to R: Debra Skula, Lon Schmidt 
Barbara Starr. Karl Besselman 
Row Two: Jennifer Watson. Lor 
raine Starman, Tony Zingale, Eu 
gene LuccI, Chris Fitzpatrick 
Charles Coe, Mark Cowling. Row 
Three: Greg Rhett, Eve Klemencic, 
Donna Sly, Vicky Burnside. Ron 
Janosky. Not Pictured: Paul Kurilla, 
Steven Hutchins, Mike Yentz. Scott 
McCuilly. Tyrone Knight. Michelle 
Andresky, Eric Brown, Bob Ma- 
gruder. 




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Miss Spiga. Period 8, Front Row, 
L to R; Al Peklay. Brian Leonard. 
Row Two: John Capretta. Ctiuck 
Petraska, Dave Loy. Bob Znidarsic. 
Row Ttiree: Paul Ramunas. Marty 
Kraig. Steve Rolick. Tern Vitolo. 
Row Four: Jim Osborne. John Kro, 
Mark Straub, Paul Bauer, Rich 
Norton, David Fedakowski, Vicki 
Voase, David Jerina, Frank Matar- 
aza, Debbie Dixon, Ken Adams, Pat 
Harth. Not Pictured: James Diezic. 




Mr Petrovic, Period 8, Front Row, L to R: Terry Aspinwall, Mike Bieiek, Diane Andrews, 
Judy Hasse, Marc Garland, Row Two: Sue Lokar, Rob Vahcic, Jennifer Thomas, Kathy 
Strauss, Sandy Snyder, Jill Nemecek. Row Three: Mike Cotter, Judy Braun, Doug Drob- 
nick, Carol Campbell. John Eros, Bethany Hook, Linda Lawrence, Peggy Linn, Mike 
Handford. Mike Durbin. 



How can I write ten pages on that plant? 




Mrs. Gibson, Period 8. Front Row. 
L to R: Sue Hickey, Rich Strick- 
land. Darlene Conral, Augie Tyler, 
Jeanne Busher, Denise Fetko. Row 
Two: Diane Stipkovich, Mary Ivan- 
cic. Tammy Corbran, Tony Bree- 
den, Daryl Langman. Tom Borth- 
wick. Lisa Barash. Row Three: Mark 
Shimonek, Mary Lynn Fasham, 
Kevin Kelly, Tom Murphy, Vince 
Picozzi, John Ortman, Ed Zigman. 
Row Four: Laura Wachhaus, Ann 
Wintle, Sue Gallagher, Char Gole, 
Chris Ryder. Not Pictured: Dar- 
lene Conrad, Laura Dineen, Pat 
Malaney. 



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Mrs. Gale, Period 8, Front Row, L to R: Wendy Stroud. Nancy Ivancic, James Gordon, Dorene Gresel. Maureen 
Doherty, Irene Masera, Doreen Seuffert, Mazda Hollatollahi, Row Two: Brian Yehar, David Bukovec, Joe Mus- 
catello, Patrick Bost, David Zagore, Richard Molnar, Thomas Tonkli, Joe Novak, Mike Mizek. 




Miss Harris. Period 5. Front Row. L to R: Steve 
Machanos. Lynn Murphy. Tami Bobrow Row Two 
Ralph Zittkowski. Nils Hammar. Jeanine Swoboda 
Anne Cerer, Steve Rado, Row Three: Gary Collins 
Keith Nicholson. Paul Rossmann. Mark Krofina Al 
Thompson Row Four: Bob Sheridan. David Beal 
Neil Bierer, Julia Jones, Karol McArthur, Joe 
Nozling. Lucy Manzo. Monica Zawo]ek, Pat Trost 
Maureen O'Brien, Not Pictured: Kim Ames Ray 
Booth, Ken Ferlito 



Miss Harris, Period 4, Front Row, L to R: 
Vesna Markon, Cindy Ross, Laura Le- 
Donne, Joanne Archacki, Sandy Nicholls, 
Ken Yerman. Row Two Michelle Hinko, 
Tracy Fiorelli, Lucy Vidovic, Cathy Ber- 
lan, Chris Bremenour, Al Brussee, Shirley 
Finnie, Row Three: Eric Zebold, Doug 
Springer, John Kosir, Eric Ecker, Ron Tre- 
bec, Peter Hosa. Not Pictured: J. Shay, J. 
Rathff, 






SOPHOMORE/92 





Miss Harris, Period 7, Front Row, L to R: Chuck Durst, Mike Horabik, David Woodruff. Jim Fakulf, Harland Abra- 
ham, Eric Treichel. Row Two; Kim Lorber, Tom Ruzich. Karen Larson, Lisa Payne, Nancy Match, Lori Sajn, Katy 
Duffy. Susan Hromyko. Gina Evans, Tammy Van Beneden, John Rose, Tim Christiansen. Not Pictured: Deanna 
Thomas, 



This IS my doil 




Miss Harris, Periods, Front Row. L to R: Terry Johnson. Carol Ward. Debbie Laska. Alex Schil- 
ler. Lois Dolinar, Connie Ucic. Dan Horvat. Row Two: Stan Matras, Bill Pozun, Sharon Ma- 
kela. Matt Savino, Cherie Kristofelc. Row Three: Bob Bokar, John Rocheford, Greg Penny, 
Chris Hepp, Wayne Davis. Not Pictured: Ron Gielink, Paula Owen, Laura Steyer. 





Miss Haffer. Period 3, Front Row. L to R: Jim 
Thompson. Kevin Cherne. Row Two: John Cala- 
brese. Darlene Lastoria. Row Three: Keith Hart, 
Lou Capasso, Vince Rowan. 



Future EHS students. 



SOPHOMORE/93 



SOPHOMORE 
INDEX 



Abraham, Harland Harris 7 
Abramczyk, Paul Skvasik 1 
Adamowicz, Raymond 
Adams, Kenneth Spiga 8 
Alaburda, Mary Massaro 3 
Albert, Philip McLaughlin 3 
Ames, Kimberly Harris 5 
Anderson, Ann Petrovic 5 
Anderson, Kimberly Massaro 2 
Anderson, Tracey Spiga 2 
Andresky, Michelle Gale 7 
Andrews, Diane Petrovic 8 
Andrews, Michael Spiga 3 
Antonick, Kimberly Gale 1 
Appleton, Lori Gale 2 
Arbogast, Douglas Spiga 3 
Archacki, Joanne Harris 4 
Aspinwall, Teresa Petrovic 8 
Ausflug, Christopher Massaro 5 
Austin, Deborah Massaro 2 
Bak, David Spiga 2 
Banaszek, William Gale 2 
Barash, Elizabeth Gibson 8 
Barnard, Todd Spiga 2 
Barta, Kevin McLaughlin 6 
Basilone, James Harris 8 
Battaglia, Daniel Skvasik 4 
Batya, Annette Massaro 3 
Bauer, Daniel Petrovic 5 
Bauer, Paul Spiga 8 
Beadle, Gary McLaughlin 3 
Beal, David Harris 5 
Bell, Claudia Skvasik 1 
Bell, Connie Massaro 2 
Bencin, Philip McLaughlin 1 
Benedick, Lisa Spiga 3 
Berardinelli, Christina Massaro 3 
Berlan, Catherine Harris 4 
Berzanske, John Gale 1 
Berzin, Lisa Leilis 1 
Besselman, Karl Gale 7 
Bieiek, Michael Petrovic 8 
Bierer, Charles Harris 5 
Black, Howard Skvasik 4 
Black, Joy McLaughlin 3 
Blackman, Michael Spiga 3 
Blain, Debbie Koenig 7 
Blase, Marcie Gibson 3 
Blase, Mark Skvasik 1 
Bleigh, Jeffrey Massaro 5 
Bleistein, Steven McLaughlin 1 
Blevins, Lynne Leilis 1 
Bobrow, Tamara Harris 5 
Boka, Angela Gibson 2 
Bokar, Robert Harris 8 
Booms, Charles Gale 6 
Boone, Linda Petrovic 5 
Booth, Raymond Harris 5 
Bork, Janet Leilis 1 
Borthwick, Thomas Gibson 8 
Boschi, Thomas Massaro 6 
Bost, Patrick Gale 8 
Boyd, Robert Skvasik 1 
Boyes, Lisa McLaughlin 3 
Boyle, John Spiga 3 
Bozak, Linda Massaro 7 
Bozich, Dale Gale 2 
Braddock, Joseph McLaughlin 6 
Brady, James McLaughlin 3 
Brady, Scott Spiga 3 
Bratina Laura Gibson 2 
Braun, Judy Petrovic 8 
Breeden, Anthony Gibson 8 
Breeden Timothy McLaughlin 3 



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Denihan. Michael Skvasik 4 
DeVito Anthony McLaughlin 1 
Dezelon, Kelly Massaro 3 
Dickard, Todd Gibson 3 
Diezic, James Spiga 8 
Doherty, Maureen Gale 8 
Dolinar, Lois Harris 8 
Dotson, Julie Koenig 7 
Dovic, Anna Petrovic 5 
Doyle, Hope Massaro 7 
Draxler, Heidi Massaro 2 
Drobnick, Douglas Petrovic 8 
Drury, Kathleen Massaro 3 
Dubecky, Brett McLaughlin 4 
Duffy, Kathleen Harris 7 
Dunlevy, Kelly Massaro 7 
Durbin, Michael Petrovic 8 
Dureiko, Dan Gibson 3 
Durst, Charles Harris 7 
Dzomba, David Gale 1 
Easter, Deborah 
Ecker, Eric Harris 4 
Eder, James Petrovic 5 
Ehrhart, Dawn Leilis 1 
Eichler, John Massaro 6 
Ellenbest, Robert Massaro 5 
Ellul, Vincent McLaughlin 6 
Elshaw, Ernest Massaro 3 
Engel, Philip Harris 8 
Eros, John Petrovic 8 
Evans, Gina Gale 1 
Evans, Jane Harris 7 
Faight, Debra Massaro 7 
Fakult, James Harris 7 
Fan, Billy Harris 8 
Faragov, Janet Harris 1 
Fasham, Mary Lynn Gibson 8 
Fazio, Keith Massaro 6 
Fedakowski, David Spiga 8 
Ferlito, Kenneth Harris 5 
Ferrara, Shelley Gale 6 
Ferritto, Lisa Massaro 2 
Festini, Blaise Skvasik 4 
Fetko, Denise Gibson 8 
Fike , Sharon Petrovic 5 
Finnie, Shirley Harris 4 
Fiorelli, Tracy Harris 4 
Fitzpatrick, Christopher Gale 7 
Fleck, Richard Skvasik 1 
Fleck, Steven Spiga 2 
Flender, Kevin McLaughlin 1 
Floria, David Massaro 6 
Foreman, Betina Harris 1 
Foskey, Fred Spiga 3 
Fox, James McLaughlin 4 
Frank, Sandra Massaro 3 
Frattin, Natalie Massaro 7 
Frimel, Wayne McLaughlin 6 
Funk, Terri Spiga 2 
Furman, Kimberly Koenig 7 
Fussell, Nick McLaughlin 3 
Gaffney, David Massaro 2 
Gallagher, Susan Gibson 8 
Gallo, Robert Spiga 3 
Galloway, Mark Gale 1 
Gannon, Christopher Koenig 7 
Garland, Marc Petrovic 8 
Gencope, Scott McLaughlin 3 
Gielink, Robin McLaughlin 1 
Gill, Paul Gale 6 
Gishnock, Michael Massaro 6 
Giunta, Laura Gale 2 
Giunta, Salvatore Harris 1 
Glaser, Donald Spiga 2 
Glavan, Denise Gale 2 
Gleason, John Gibson 2 
Click, Gary Spiga 2 
Glicken, Mitchell Massaro 3 
Glover, Edward McLaughlin 3 
Glover, Mary Massaro 5 
Golden, Timothy Massaro 5 
Gole, Charlene Gibson 8 
Gole, Charles Massaro 7 
Golob, Robert Leilis 1 



Sophomore Index/94 



Gordon, James Gale 8 
Gorjup, James Gibson 3 
Graus, Darryl McLaughlin 1 
Gray, Shewonna McLaughlin 6 
Green, Thomas Massaro 6 
Griffin, Jeffery Massaro 6 
Grigsby, John Gibson 3 
Grosel. Dorene Gale 8 
Groudle, Eric Harris 1 
Grubb, Dale Petrovic 5 
Habat, John Spiga 2 
Hale. Ronald Gale 2 
Hall, Gregory Skvasik 4 
Hammar, Andrew Harris 5 
Hancovsky, Nancy 
Handford, Michael Petrovic 8 
Haney, Dwight Harris 8 
Hanson, David Massaro 5 
Hanson, Lori Gale 6 
Harchar. James Skvasik 1 
Hart, Keith 

Harth, Patrick Spiga 8 
Hasse, Judith Petrovic 8 
Hauck, Brian McLaughlin 1 
Heasley, Jack Koenig 7 
Hegedus, Jeffrey McLaughlin 4 
Heimberger, Daniel Spiga 3 
Hemmert, Leyton Massaro 5 
Hepp, Christopher Harris 8 
Hernan, Christopher Gale 1 
Heyduk, Richard Gale 7 
Hickey, Susan Gibson 8 
Hicks, Lee Anne Skvasik 4 
Hill, Patricia Leilis 1 
Hinko, Michelle Harris 4 
Hogan, Jeffrey Spiga 2 
Hojjatollahi, Mazda Gale 8 
Hone. Lorraine Gibson 2 
Hongosh, William Harris 1 
Hook, Bethany Petrovic 8 
Hoon, Joy McLaughlin 1 
Horabik, Michael Harris 7 
Horton, Richard Spiga 8 
Horvat, Daniel Harris 8 
Horvat, Rick McLaughlin 3 
Hosa. Peter Harris 4 
Hribar, Frank Gibson 2 
Hrobat. Valerie McLaughlin 1 
Hromyko. Susan Harris 7 
Hubbard, James Gale 6 
Hufgard, John Gale 2 
Hufnagle, Douglas Spiga 3 
Hurshman, Steven Gibson 3 
Hutton, Tina Koenig 7 
lafelice, Beverly Spiga 2 
Insana, Dino Skvasik 4 
Ivancic, Mary Gibson 8 
Ivancic, Nancy Gale 8 
Ivancic, Todd Spiga 2 
Jakovlic, Robert McLaughlin 3 
Jadubauskas. Vvtautas Harris 1 
Jamkovi/ski, Anita Massaro 7 
Janosky, Ronald Gale 7 
Jaroscak, Jeffrey McLaughlin 1 
Jazbec, James Spiga 3 
Jerina, Daved Spiga 8 
Johns, George McLaughlin 4 
Johnson, Richard Massaro 5 
Johnson, Scott McLaughlin 3 
Johnson, Terry Harris 8 
Johnson, Timothy Massaro 5 
Johnson, Virgie Gale 2 
Jones, Cathy Harris 1 
Jones, Julia Harris 5 
Jones, Martin McLaughlin 6 
Joranko. Valerie Skvasik 1 
Jordan, Perry Massaro" 6 
Kacperski, Michael McLaughlin 6 
Kalka, Michael Gibson 3 
Kardum, Stanley Massaro 6 
Kaselonis, Michael Spiga 2 
Keal, Keith Massaro 3 
Keene, Randy Skvasik 4 



Kehn, Kathleen Petrovik 5 
Keller, Christine Massaro 2 
Kelly, Kevin Gibson 8 
Kerestes, Tatijana Massaro 6 
Kidder, Theresa McLaughlin 4 
King Dyanne Gale 2 
Kinkoff, Robert McLaughlin 1 
Kirtley, Deana 
Kisthardt, John Massaro 2 
Klein, Russell Massaro 5 
Klemencic, Eva Gale 7 
Klimas, Raymond Harris 1 
Knack, Sharon Spiga 2 
Knaus, Karen Gale 1 
Knaus, Rudolph Spiga 3 
Knight, Christopher Gale 2 
Knight, Tyrone Harris 7 
Kobetitsch, Frank Massaro 3 
Koenig, Julie McLaughlin 6 
Kohler, Beverly Leilis 1 
Konet. Kimberly Gale 6 
Konrad. Deborah Massaro 2 
Kordich, James Gale 1 
Korynoski, Timothy Gibson 3 
Kosir John Harris 4 
Kosmetos, Jeffrey Gale i 
Kovac, Gregory Harris 1 
Kozel, Sandra McLaughlin 3 
Kraig. Martin Spiga 8 
Kraig, Michael Spiga 2 
Kraince. Richard Massaro 3 
Kravos, Jean 
Kreckal, Joan Massaro 6 
Kristofeic, Cherie Harris 8 
Krizanovic, Angela Gale 1 
Krnc. Judith Petrovic 5 
Kro, John Spiga 8 
Krofina, Mark Harris 5 
Kuhen, Lisa Massaro 7 
Kulbickas, David Gibson 3 
Kurilia, Paul Gale 7 
Lach, Darnel! McLaughlin 6 
Ladovich, Eric Skvasik 1 
Larrront, Patrick Massaro 6 
Langdon, Paul Massaro 5 
Langman, Daryl Gibson 8 
Lantz, Mark Petrovic 5 
Larabee, Cathy McLaughlin 3 
Larabee, Connie McLaughlin 6 
Larson, Karen Harris 7 
Laska. Debbie Harris 8 
Lastoria, Darlene 
Lauria, Gina Skvasik 4 
Lausin, Steven Massaro 2 
Lawrence, Linda Petrovic 8 
LeDonne, Laura Harris 4 



Lesnick, Gary 

Leu, Douglas 1.CI113 < 

Leverett, Nancy Massaro 6, 

Leverett, Sebastian McLaughlin 1 

Lewarski, Joseph Gale 2 



Lima, Jose Gale 6 
Linke, Janice McLaughlin 1 
Linn, Margaret Petrovic 8 
Logan, Christine Massaro 3 
Logan, Kimberly 
Lohrey. Terry Koenig 7 
Lokar, Suzanne Petrovic 8 
Long, Christopher Harris 1 
LoPresti, Marc Gibson 3 
Lorber, Kim Harris 7 
Loy, David Spiga S 
Lucas, James Skvasik 4 
Lucci. Eugene Gale 7 
Luttrell, Barry Spiga 3 
Lynch, Judith Gibson 2 
Mabel, Beth Leilis 1 
Maciejauskas, llona Gale 6 
Mackanos, Steven Harris 5 
Mackell, Karen Massaro 7 
Magruder, Robert Gale 7 
Maitland. Duncan Gale 1 



Makela. Sharon Harris 8 
Malaney, Patrick Gibson 8 
Malone, Michael Massaro 7 
Manassa, Deborah McLaughlin 1 
Maniglia, Maria Massaro 3 
Mannello, David Massaro 2 
Manzo. Lucille Harris 5 
Markel, Carl Skvasik 4 
Marinkov, Steven McLaughlin 3 
Markiewicz. Susan Massaro 6 
Markon, Vesna Harris 4 
Maroli, Edward Gibson 3 
Marolt. Mark Spiga 2 
Marshall. Angela Gale 2 
Martin, Denise McLaughlin 4 
Martin. Michelle Harris 1 
Mascaro, Cynthia Massaro 5 
Masera. Irene Gale 8 
Mason. Willeam Petrovic 5 
Mast, Judith Gale 6 
Mataraza, Frank Spiga 8 
Matoh, Nancy Harris 7 
Matras, Stanley Harris 8 
Mattson. Lyie Massaro 7 
Mazur, Donna Massaro 2 
McArthur, Karoline Harris 5 
McCallion, Patricia 
McCluskey, Janet McLaughlin 1 
McCluskey. Sean Spiga 8 
McCoy. John McLaughlin 6 
McCreary, Colleenmarie Skvasik 4 
McCulley. Scott Gale 7 
McGraw. Parsa Spiga 2 
Mcintosh. Carol Mussaro 5 
McKenna, Kim Massaro 6 
McLaughlin. Megan Petrovic 5 
McLoughlin. John Gale 2 
McNeils, Mark Gibson 2 
McVey, Robert Gale 1 
Meaney, Kevin Harris 1 
Medve. Michael Gibson 3 
Medves, Mary Massaro 5 
Metcalf, Robert Gibson 2 
Meyers, Annamarie McLaughlin 4 
Meyers, Denise Gibson 2 
Michael, Cathy McLaughlin 1 
Miklos. John McLaughlin 1 
Miller. Carl Skvasik 1 
Misch. John McLaughlin 4 
Mizek, Michael Gale 8 
Molnar. Richard Gale 8 
Moody, Karen Skvasik 4 
Morris, James Harris 1 
Moser, Ronald McLaughlin 6 
Moses, Robert Leilis 1 
Mullins, Theresa Massaro 7 
Murphy. Colleen Massaro 3 
Murphy. Lynn Harris 5 
Murphy. Thomas Gibson 8 
Muscatello. Joseph Gale 8 
Musick, William Massaro 2 
Myers. David Koenig 7 
Myers. Marcia Gale 1 
Narusas. Rimas 
Nawor, Todd Leilis 1 
Neiman. Richard McLaughlin 3 
Nemecek. Jill Petrovic 8 
Neubert, Carol McLaughlin 1 
Nicholls. Sandra Harris 4 
Nicholson. Keith Harris 5 
Nichting. Denise Spiga 2 
Norton, Clifford 
Novak, Joseph Gale 8 
Novkovic, Zdenko Spiga 3 
Nozling, Joseph Harris 5 
O'Brien. Eileen Massaro 3 
O'Brien, Maureen Harris 5 
O'Donnell. Joseph Skvasik 1 
Ogorek. Lisa Gibson 3 
Oldenburgh, John 
O'Neill. Colleen Massaro 7 
Orav, Belinda Massaro 2 
Ortman, John Gibson 8 
Osborne. James Spiga 8 



Sophomore Index/95 



Osborne, Michael Gale 2 
O'Toole, John Gibson 2 
Owen, Paula Harris 8 
Owens, Christopher McLaughlin 6 
Pallante, Philip McLaughlin 1 
Papageorge, Nestor Massaro 2 
Pappas, David McLaughlin 4 
Patfield, Anthony Gibson 2 
Paul, Susan McLaughlin 3 
Payne, Linda Massaro 5 
Payne, Lisa Harris 7 
Peklay, Albert Spiga 8 
Penny, Gregory Harris 8 
Penny, Lisa Spiga 3 
Perovsek, Adrienne Massaro 5 
Perusek, Richard McLaughlin 3 
Peterson, Laureen Massaro 6 
Petraska, Charles Spiga 3 
Petri, David 

Petrich, Kimberly McLaughlin 4 
Picozzi, Vincent Gibson 8 
Pierce, Marcia Massaro 7 
Pies, Jennifer Gale 6 
Pirchner, Matthew Gale 1 
Pittock, Deborah Massaro 5 
Podrug, Gino Koenig 7 
Poe, Coleen Gale 1 
Polaski, Diane McLaughlin 1 
Pongallo, Darlene Spiga 2 
Ponsart, David Gibson 3 
Porten, Joseph Petrovic 5 
Post, Sandra Harris 1 
Powers, Donna McLaughlin 4 
Pozun, William Harris 8 
Pratt, Darleen McLaughlin 1 
Price, Jeffry Harris 1 
Pringle, Christine Massaro 2 
Pritchard, Geoffrey Gale 6 
T'rizzi, Barbara Gibson 2 
Purvis, Diane Gale 6 
Pysell, Lisa Gale 6 
Rado, Steven Harris 6 
Raffaele, Gia Leilis 1 
Ramunas, Paulius Spiga 8 
Rask, Vicki Gale 2 
Ratchford, Terri McLaughlin 4 
Ratliff, Janice Harris 4 
Ray, James Massaro 3 
Payer, Diane Massaro 5 
Redman, Michael McLaughlin 4 
Reilly, John McLaughlin 6 
Reinke, Janet Petrovic 5 
Renftle, Donald Harris 1 
Reno, Brian Petrovic 5 
Renshaw, John Spiga 2 
Repar, Frank Gale 2 
Repasy, Ronald Spiga 3 
Rhett, Gregory Gale 7 
Rich, Ronald Massaro 7 
Riczinger, Edward Massaro 7 
Ritz, Annamarie Massaro 5 
Ritzu, Cynthia Massaro 7 
Rivers, Billie 

Roberts, Brenda Koenig 7 
Roberts, Patricia McLaughlin 6 
Rocheford, John Harris 8 
Roeder, Michael Harris 1 
Rolik, Steven Spiga 8 ' 

Roper, Jeanette Petrovic 5 
Rose, John Harris 7 
Ross. Cvnthia Harris 4 
Ross, Norma McLaughlin 1 
Rossmann, Paul Harris 5 
Rowan, Vincent 
Ruzich, Thomas Harris 7 
Ryan, Robert McLaughlin 3 
Ryder, Christina Gibson 8 
Rymarczyk, Sharon Spiga 2 
Sajn, Frank Skvasik 1 
Sajn, Lori Harris 7 
Salem, Dana Gale 6 
Sanderson, Scott 
Santon, Denise Massaro 6 
Santon, Gregory Massaro 3 



Savino, Matthew Harris 8 
Scaletta. Richard McLaughlin 6 
Schafer, Robert Koenig 7 
Schiller, Alexander Harris 8 
Schmidt, Lori Gale 7 
Schneider, Carol Gale 1 
Schuhle, William Gibson 3 
Schujtz, Mark Koenig. 7 
Schiilz, Kenneth Harris 1 
Schuiz, Paul Massaro 5 
Scott, Robert Skvasik 4 
Siginai"Damife,Skvasik;;4 
Seidel, Jane McLaughlin 1 
Seuffert, Doreen Gale 8 
Shady, Bontta Spiga 3 



Shefcheck, K?ferk Skvasik 4 
Sheridan, Robert Harris 5 



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Sieferd. Shefri Gibsons 
Seigel. :Scoti;;Massaro;6 



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Soeder, Susan SpigaJ; 

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Starike, Kathleen Malsaro 6 ^ 
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Stipkovich. 'Dianne Oibson 8 
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Strauss, Deh|se Gale 6 

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Stroud, Wendy Gale S 
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Sufka,- Kevin, McLaughlin 4 l" 
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Supinski, Gary Massaro 3 
Surtj.Taeyung Leilis 1 

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Sweeney, Tiinothy siivaslk PC>:~ 
Swoboda, Jeanine Harris 5 ;^ 
Szabrak, Patricia Gale 2 ;-,;? 

Szaia^, DefifS^Wassals'' 7 ' AV 
Takiguchi, Nancy M^Ssaro 7 
Tarr, JamarjSpiga 2 
Tauljen, Hartley Gale;6, ,^J 
Tekavic, RoBeft M^s|9ro 5~"^>* 
Tenney, Jarhes Skvasfct 
Tepley, Lori Petrovic 5" 
TeKzano, DaK.te SkY;£ 
Theus, Barbara Gale^B -"'■-'->=* 
Thomas, Deanna Harris 7 
Thomas. Edward Gibson 3 ^, 
Thomas, Jdhhifer Petrovic»85S«;y- 
Thomas, William Massaro 6 "^-^ 
Thome, Thomas Massaro 7 
Thompson, Alan Harris, 5 ,-::J^:: 
Thompson, ~3,ameS'~^t^^^ "-^h""' 
Thompson, John McLaughlin 6 
Thur, Joseph Massaro 5 



Tiedman. Laura McLaughlin 3 
Tonkli, Thomas Gale 8 
Tortorici, Louie Gale 1 
Trebec, Ronald Harris 4 
Treichel. Eric Harris 7 
Trommetter, Carl Spiga 3 
Trost, Patricia Harris 5 
Turk, Steven Massaro 2 
Turner, David McLaughlin 3 
Tyler, Angela Gibson 8 
Ucic, Connie Harris 8 
Udovic, Joseph Harris 1 
Ulle. Andrew Petrovic 5 
Unick, Steven Skvasik 1 
Urbas. Michael Massaro 3 
Vahcic. Robert Petrovic 8 
Valencic, Nancy Gale 2 
Valentine, James Gibson 2 
Vanah, Daniel Koenig 7 
Van Beneden, Tammy Harris 7 
Vanek, Jena Massaro 2 
Varwig, Thomas Skvasik 4 
Vehar, Brian Gale 8 
Vernon, Suzanne Massaro 3 
Vidovic, Lucy Harris 4 
Vidrick, Russell Spiga 2 
Visage, Gary McLaughlin 3 
Vitolo, Terese Spiga 8 
Voase, Vicki Spiga 8 
Volota, John Gibson 3 
Voss, Terry McLaughlin 1 
Vulich, Karen 

Wachhaus, Laura Gibson 8 
Walsh. Caren Gale 1 
Walters, Francis Harris 1 
Walther, Brian Spiga 3 
Ward, Carol Harris 8 
Watkins, Yvette Massaro 7 
Watson, Jennifer Gale 7 
Weiss, Dori Massaro 2 
Weissfuss, Frank Spiga 2 
Whaling, Jennifer Gale 1 
Whelan. Donna Massaro 3 
White. Allison McLaughlin 4 
Wiegand, Peggy McLaughlin 3 
Wilkinson, James 
Williams. Craig Massaro 7 
Willrich. Robert McLaughlin 1 
Winstead. Douglas Harris 1 
Wintle. Ann Gibson 8 
Wolons, Robert Gale 6 
Woodruff, David Harris 7 
Wrenn, Eugene Skvasik 1 
Wright, Wendy Leilis 1 
Wuchter, Halle Gibson 2 
Yamane, Kristin Gale 1 
Yartz. Gregory Gale 2 
Yates, Cynthia Gale 7 
Yatsko, Jackie Massaro 2 
Yeckley, Michael Koenig 7 
Yehl. Joseph Harris 8 
Yentz. Michael Gale 7 
Yerman, Kenneth Harris 4 
Yonkouski. Douglas Gibson 2 
Zaffle, Christopher Gibson 2 
Zagore. David Gale 8 
Zahorsky. Michael Gale 6 
Zak. Steven Massaro 6 
Zakraysek, Lynne McLaughlin 3 
Zailer. Kevin Skvasik 4 
Zawojek. Monica Harris 5 
Zebold. Eric Harris 4 
Zele. Glenn Koenig 7 
Zigman, Edward Gibson 8 
Zingale, Anthony Gale 7 
Zittkowski. Ralph Harris 5 
Znidarsic. Robert Spiga 8 



Sophomore Index/96 




What IS he talking about? 



The effects of cafeteria food. 



4 




Four parts vodka, one part vermouth. 



SOPHOMORE/97 



JUNIORS 

The juniors returned to their 
second year at Euclid and 
re-established old friendships. 
Through a year of new activities, 
they made new acquaintances. 
Many of them found their junior 
year more difficult academically. 
They experienced their first 
college-bound test, the PSAT, and 
started making decisions about 
their future. These decisions will 
aid them in planning their senior 
year. 




V I C T O R Y is the Junior battle cry. 



J. Jay Atwood 
Jack Avcin 
Tony Aveni 
Ctieryl Adam 
Linda Alaburda 
Greg Andersky 



Jeff Anderson 
Tom Anderson 
Lisa Andrews 
Jean Araps 
Amy Arnold 
Dave Arnold 



John Arnold 
Lori Artzner 
Jill Badstibner 
Jim Baehr 
Joseph Baglione 
John Balala 



Mary Jo Balazs 
Frank Balogh 
Jim Banaszek 
Bridget Barba 
Valerie Bans 
Andy Barnauskas 



Greg Barnauskas 
Jane Bartel 
Ed Bartol 
Crystal Bashline 
Karen Behun 
Tom Bell 



Bob Belviso 
Rosemarie Bene 
Benita Benedick 
Laura Bennett 
Laurie Beres 
John Berlan 




JUNIORS/98 




Kenny Bernacki 
Donna Bernstein 
Svetlana Beros 
Beth Black 
Robert Blevins 
Janine Boettcher 



Bill Bohanon 
Dave Bokor 
Frank Bolden 
Michele Bolocanoff 
Steve Bost 
John Bosco 



Ken Bosco 
Arlene Bowins 
Darlene Bowins 
Jerry Bowman 
Mike Braidich 
Scott Bratton 



John Brechun 
John Brentar 
Tony Brentar 
Marc Broccone 
Angle Bruno 
Deanna Brzozowski 



Arthur Buanno 
Dean Bucceri 
Ellen Buck 
Tiffany Buda 
Mark BukoveC' 
Sue Bukovec 



Dan Bumbarger 
D. Michael Burke 
Kim Burrows 
Karen Busdiecker 
Rosemary Busher 
Bonnie Bydash 



. / I : 

Ya, Brian does look like Little Boy Blue! 




Dan Caito 
Paul Calabrese 
Norb Callahan 
Colleen Campbell 
Ross Campensa 
Mark Caplick 
Mark Carney 

Douglas Carter 
Mike Casciato 
Diane Cavell 
Tom Centa 
Vicky Centa 
Wendy Cerbin 
Debbie Chinniel 

Chris Chrestoff 
John Christensen 
John Christopher 
Laura Chukayne 
Diane Cibrik 
Don Cika 
Regina Cirota 

Tom Clapp 
Jack Clark 
Bob Clark 
Al Clemens 
Meg Clements 
Dan Coles 
Johnna Cook 

Brian Coons 
Beth Cover 
Cindy Corbett 
Diana Corrigan 
Bob Crane 
Julie Crane 
Dave Crawford 



Don Cramer 
Eileen Criado 



Richard Crino 
Jack Crouch 



Eva Csizmadia 
Mike Cunningham 



Debbie Cup 
Janet D'Amico 




Greg Schalk. manager 



JUNIORS/100 




Dan Daugherty 
Jerry Davies 



Becky Deakin 
Mike DeCapite 



Lore DeLambo 
Laurie DeLuca 



Kathy DeMarco 
Roseanne DeMattie 



^dife. ..^' 



Bob DePaima 
Ray Deptola 
Steve Deuschle 
Brigid Deveney 
Al Dickard 
Julie Dimitrov 
Annemarie DiTirro 

Rose Ann DiVicenzo 
Debbie Dixon 
Bill Dodd 
Dave Dodd 
Patty Doisen 
Angle Dombrosky 
Terry Donner 

John Dorado 
Rich Doremus 
Jim Dotson 
Mary Drake 
Bill Drasler 
Patty Drienka 
Greg Dulla 

Maureen Dupay 
John Durbin 
Dawn Dureiko 
Lee Ann Ecker 
Larry Ede 
Denise Eiermann 
Mane Elkanick 

Jeff Elliott 
Joan Ellis 
John Emser 
Martha Eyman 
Ted Fabec 
Debbie Fagan 
Diane Fakult 



JUNIORS/101 



Rich Fambrini 
Tim Fawcett 
Jim Ferencak 
Donna Ferrara 
Bill Fierle 



Julie Fifik 
Dorolee Finneley 
Lisa Fiorelli 
Pat Fiorilli 
W Scott Foreman 



Bob Formica 
Rob Formica 
John Fowie 
Bob Fox 
Duane Foy 



Linda Francetic 
James Fratcher 
Karen Fratino 
Jeff Freedman 
Nancy French 



Judie Fneden 
Tim Frimel 
Nelson Fulton 



Arleen Funk 
Chuck Galer 
Jim Galloway 



Tom Galon 
Dave Galyas 
Sherie Garapic 



Nancy Gargiulo 
Denise Gavell 
Barb Gawor 



Denise Geddes 
Derek Geske 
Carol Gessler 




JUNIORS/102 




GIna Giallombardo 
Ray Giangiacomo 
Dawn Glaser 
Laurie Glick 
John Glicken 



Norman Goldnch 
Mark Golen 
Jack Gondeau 
Chris Gordon 
Daryl Gordon 



Lucy Grabinski 
Paula Gray 
Paul Gregorc 
Glenn Gregnch 
Pete Griesmer 



Sandy Gross 
Steve Grubar 
Deborah Grubb 
Dan Guarino 
Sunita Gupta 



Chris Hale 
Bill Hall 
Bob Hall 



Renee Hall 
Karen Halliday 
Leah Halus 



Patty Hann 
Bernadette Hannan 
Linda Hansen 



Carol Hanson 
Joseph Harbert 
Sharon Harth 



Tony Harwood 
Sandra Haskin 
Patricia Hastings 



Scott 



Wright, IS that you behind that camera? 



JUNIORS/103 



Augie Haupt 
Maria Hayes 



Patricia Hayes 
Debbie Hegedus 



Dan Heglaw 
George Heimberger 



Nancy Heimsoth 
Robin Henry 
Dave Hershey 
Pamela Hicks 
Naomi Higaki 
Dan Himmelman 
Tom Hink 

Kathy Hinz 
Jill HIabse 
Ken HIebak 
John Hoffart 
Debbie Holcknecht 
Nathan Holland 
Ruth Hommel 

Judy Horning 
Christy Horvath 
Joe Hribar 
Rick Hrwatzki 
Mark Hughes 
Mary Jo Hulin 
Nicki lafelice 

David Ice 
Amy Jaklich 
Sally Jaksa 
Ten Jamnik 
Josephine Jarc 
Milena Jarc 
Karen Johnson 



Ken Johnson 
Leslie Johnson 



Alan Jones 
Douglas Jones 





Denise Jordan 

Shirley Jue 

Cindy Just 

Maureen Justus 

John Kaercher 

Larry Kaltesh 

George Kamposek 

Tim Kaselonis 
Daniel Kastelic 
Dennis Kehn 
Danny Keith 
Ellen Kessler 
Rich Kidden 
Lori Kimura 

Holly King 

Andre Kirkland 

Jeff Kleinfeld 

Joseph Klepac 

Marion Klun 

Ron Knaus 

Donald Knific 



Mike Kobe 
Heidi Koch 



Doug Koester 
Ken Kohagen 



Ed Konchan 
Frank Koncar 



Jeff Kooser 
Craig Kordic 



Georgene Kormos 

Daniel Kostan 

Kate Kotar 

Ron Kotar 

John Kovalec 

Diane Kowalewski 

Richard Kozich 

Vicki Krcal 

Theresa Kroczek 

Stanley Krulc 

Anna Krysiak 

Ruthanne Kubik 

Sandy Kucera 

Chris Kumanic 



JUNIOR/105 



Steve Kurrent 
Joe Lanese 
Beth Laufer 
Keith Lawrence 
Mark Lawyer 
Ron Ledger 
Sue Legan 

Sharon Lent 
Sue Leonhardt 
Charlene Leveno 
Sebastian Leverett 
Larry Lewis 
Janice Lexa 
Tom Liddy 

Helen Linane 
Lisa Littleton 
Roger Lohrey 
Nancy Lombardi 
Michelle Lonchar 
Phil Long 
Teresa Loraw 

Anthony Lovand 
Nancy Lowe 
Gary Lucarelli 
Gordon Luce 
Kathy Ludvik 
Keith Ludwig 
Rich Lusky 

Helene Lususki 
Tom Lynch 
Rick Machine 
Tern Mackanos 
Denise Madison 
Kim Madorsky 
Tony Majewski 



Laurie Malone 
Kerry Manassa 



Rachel Mann 
Jackie Marinciz 



Ed Marinkov 
Mary Marks 



John Maroli 
Valerie Marolt 









Scott Wright in his natural state. 



JUNIORS/106 





ii^tes^ 





Robert Martin 
Stnaron Martin 



Sabrina Martmak 
Ray Martinez 



Boris Masera 
Ann Masterson 



Monika Matttnews 
Jeanne Matucti 



Helen Marvin 
Susan Mauser 
Barry Maxwell 
David Mays 
Scott McCance 
Jim McChiancy 
Maureen McGill 

Debbie McGinley 
Kelly McKenna 
Dave McGraw 
Bill McKenzie 
Marilyn Mechle 
Susie Meglich 
Joe Mersnik 

Kurt Mews 
Diana Meyenberg 
Tern Meyers 
Marcia Micale 
Tony Mitielicti 
Barb Miller 
Michelle Miller 

Patty Miller 
Sara Miller 
Dane Millhof 
Patty Minich 
Mike Mocny 
Tim Mocny 
Barb Moeller 

John Monacelli 
Jackie Morabito 
Sandra Morgan 
Tim Moriarty 
Mary Moses 
Sandy Mulligan 
Debbie Murray 



JUNIOR/107 



Howard Myers 
Rosie Nacinovich 



Julie Nagode 
Mike Nagode 



Kevin Nahrstedt 
Karen Nainiger 



Patty Naro 
Chip Neff 
Ed Neiman 
Debra Nemerovsky 
Susan Nemeth 
Tim Neumann 
Brad Newcomb 

David NIchtIng 
Ed Noles 
Nancy Nordman 
Gary Novsek 
Marsha Novak 
Susan Nunnally 
Tom O'Brien 

Margie O'Donnell 
Cindy Orehek 
Agnes Ortman 
Renee Osborne 
Juliet Otcasek 
Matt Owen 
Paul Owen 



Susan Pahle 
Jane Palinkas 



Louise Pardi 
Michael Pardue 



Chris Parker 
Pam Parker 




1^^ 

Amoebas boggle my mind. 



JUNIOR/108 




Kim Parsons 

Christine Pate 

John Pavis 

John Pecnik 

Catherine Pedone 

Bob Penlcka 

Chris Perko 

Louise Ferryman 

Bob Perusek 

Diane Perusek 

Regina Petraska 

Edward Petric 

Jim Pevec 

Janet Phillips 

Stephanie Pies 

Mario Pinjuh 

Joe Plesnicor 

Laura PogorelskI 

Bret Polley 

Reno Poplstein 

Wanda Popovic 



Jeffrey Potokar 
Ferolyn Powell 



John Powell 
Greg Pritchard 



John Pritchard 
Bob Prizzi 



Cheryl Pular 

Carl Pungerchar 

Patty Purvis 

Greg Pyle 

Roberta Rackar 

Mark Rado 

Vera Radosevic 

Doug Rawlings 

Chris Redman 

Mike Reed 

Mark Reel 

Jim Reeves 

Dan Reichert 

Deborah Reider 

Dan Reilly 

Kelly Reminick 

Natalie Rendina 

Wayne Rexrode 

Scott Robasz 

Kenneth Roberts 

Ron Roberts 



JUNIOR/109 



Susan Roeder 
Lori Rogers 
John Rose 
Renee Rose 
Amy Ross 
Dan Ross 
Kathy Rotondo 

Tom Rowland 
Andrea Rudolph 
Jeff Rupsic 
John Rupsic 
Jackie Ryder 
Gery Saba 
Maria Sajn 

Nick Sakacs 
Barb Saley 
Chris Salopek 
Rick Salyan 
Trish Sansburry 
Tom Sapatko 
Linda Sauerman 

Gregor Savernik 
Mark Sawyer 
Karen Saywell 
Dave Sceranka 
Jeff Schaefer 
Greg Schalk 
Bill Schauer 

Dominick Scheid 
Andrea Schembre 
Sheron Schiller 
Brain Schrock 
Jeff Schroll 
Ruth Schueneman 
Patty Schultz 

Donata Schuiz 
Jackie Schuiz 
Doug Sebusch 
Laura Seleman 
Denise Selvaggio 
Clarence Senn 
Diane Shanko 

Kathy Sheehan 
Bill Shega 
Ed Sheridan 
Jamie Sherman 
Anne Shilander 
Ann Shusky 
Jeff Sidak 

Debbie Siford 
Robert Simicak 
Lisa Simmons 
Tom Simon 
Donna Sini 
Kelly Sivert 
Dons Skarica 




JUNIOR/110 




Vickie Skora 

Julie Skur 

Nancy Sledz 

Cindy Slovenec 

Rick Smeiko 

Dave Smiddy 

Theresa Smiddy 

Dave Smith 

Linda Smith 

RobI Soeder 

Damir Spanjol 

Dan Spence 

Brian Speroff 

Alex Spirikaitis 

Kim Stegh 

Don Stem 

Dale Stelmach 

Margie Stephens 

Cynthia Stephenson 

Lori Stevko 

Edith Stibinger 

Jonna Stockdale 

Kim Strah 

J.D. Stump 

Keith Stumpf 

Terri Stupica 

Buddy Sulen 

Rosemary Sulkowski 

Jay Sullivan 

Robert Sullivan 

Karen Sump 

Diane Svigel 

Lynn Swansinger 

Mike Swanson 

Sharon Synk 

Martin Talty 

Lee Ann Tanner 

Elizabeth Taylor 

Lisa Tekancic 

Suzanne Tekanic 

Kathy Templar 

T,J. Theodore 

Duaine Thome 

Lori Thompson 

Robert Thompson 

Stu Thompson 

Greg Thomson 

Bob Tillet 

Rick Todd 

Albert Totarella 

Peter Troha 

Joe Trommetter 

Kay Troth 

Tammy Tucci 

Joe Tuft 

Milllie Turkals 



JUNIOR/111 



Sue Turner 
Cheryl Twoey 
David Uchbar 
Scott Ullman 
Dianne Urey 
Joe Ussal 
Cindy Vallee 

Wally Vance 
Louis Vidovic 
Mike J. Vnick 
Mike Voase 
Jim Vohnout 
Janet Walsh 
Mark Walters 

Lisa Wardeiner 
Tammy Ware 
Linda Warner 
Mark Warszawski 
Debbie Waterman 
Christine Watral 
Diana Watson 

Terri Weber 
Dan Weiss 
Carmen Weissfuss 
Eileen Welton 
Jack Wendel 
Debbie Weslee 
Donna Weslee 

Tami West 
Pam Whaling 
Dan Wiegand 
Kel Wilber 
Keith Will 
Dave Willert 
Rob Williams 

Ray Willrich 
Greg Wilson 
Richard Wiltrout 
Sandy Wintle 
Donna Wisniewski 
Cindy Woide 
Karen Wonderly 

Scott Wright 
Joe Yan 
Maria Yanko 
Vicky Yatsko 
Nena Yeckley 
Bill Young 
Bill Zailer 

Laura Zebold 
Sandy Zeitz 
Glen Zerby 
Lori Zivkovich 
Jackie Zorko 
Debbie Zuzek 
Matt Geyer 




JUNIOR/112 




Front Row: Deron Malenda. Row 2, L to R: Denise Szabo. Joanna Young, Norma 
Martinez. Row 3. L to R: Edward Szabrak, Rich Williams. Mike Tiedman. 



JUNIOR/113 



FflEULTY 



ADMINISTRATION 

Faced with the dilemma of today's education: 
declining enrollment and spiraling costs, the 
Board of Education and Superintendent Husarik 
successfully campaigned for a new school levy, 
which will protect the diverse programs of the 
school system and insure financial stability in- 
to the 1980's. 

The initiative shown by the Board and Super- 
intendent was reflected in the administration 
of Dr. Jerry Bergem. In his first year as Principal 
of Euclid High School, Dr. Bergem maintained the 
personal contact with students that was his 
trademark during his years as Assistant Principal 
while competently handling his new duties. 
Among the most pressing concerns of Dr. Bergem 
and Assistant Principal Ruth Smith were prepar- 
ations for the North Central evaluation of the 
high school, conducted in March, 1979. 

Dr. Bergem's smile lights up the halls. 



BOARD MEMBERS: (Seated) Mrs. Shirley M. Nurmi, President; Mr. 
Donald D. Smith, Vice-President: Mrs. Mark K. King; (Standing) Dr. 
Frank S. Houser, Mr. Joseph M. Sustersic. 





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Mrs. Smith takes a break from her paperwork. 



116/FACULTY 



DEANS AND COUNSELORS 




A major change students encountered 
this year was a re-organization of the Di- 
vision Offices. Because of the smaller stu- 
dent body, the old system of four divisions, 
organized alphabetically, was reduced to 
three division, arranged by grade level. The 
titles "Division" and "Dean" were changed 
to "Unit" and "Unit Principal." Although 
their titles were changed, the Unit Princip- 
als' and counselors' jobs remained the 
same: preparing today's students for to- 
morrow's world. 





1. Mr. Griffin, Sophomore Unit Principal; 

2. Mr. Troglia, Sophomore Unit Prin- 
cipal; 3. Mr. Medvick, Junior Unit Prin- 
cipal; 4. Mr. Martin. Senior Unit Princip- 
al; Counselors: 5. Mrs. Frye: 6. Mr. Halus- 
ka; 7. Mrs. Krup; 8. Dr. Crary; 9. Mrs. 
Dunn. 



FACULTY/117 



Mrs. Barry, school treasurer. 



SPECIAL PEOPLE 

Students may not have the day-to-day con- 
tact with them as they do with their teachers, 
but no school could function without its 
"special people". Who are the special people? 
The program directors, nurses, treasurer, 
secretaries, and others whose services indir- 
ectly touch the lives of students each day. 

Mrs. Fellman and Miss Civic, school nurses. 




Mr. Bandford, media technician. 







Mr. Yocum, career counselor. 



Mr. Sawyer, vocational coordinator. 



118/FACULTY 




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SECRETARIES: 1. Mrs. Bell; 2. Mrs. Luikart, Mrs 

Kehn; 3. Mrs. Edwardson; 4. Mrs. Stross; 5. Mrs. 

Tonn; 6. Mrs. McRedmond; 7. Mrs. O'Neill, Mrs. 
Bessire, Mrs. Paul; 8. Mrs. Stern. 



FACULTY/ 119 



ENGLISH 

The eNGLISCH dEPARTMANT 
LEARNED the students good, 
they offerred alot of courses, 
grammar, dramma, speach, sce- 
ince fiction, and composition. 
This variety enabled the student 
to acheive literery suces! 



1. Mrs, Cowan 2. Mr. Lowe 3. Miss Harris 4. Mr. 
Mularo 5. Mrs. Skvasik 6. Mr, Henderson, Miss 
Carmody. Mr. Antonini 7. Mrs, Gibson and Mr. 
Petrovic 8. Mrs. Gale 9. Miss Blabolil 10. Miss 
Spigia 11. Miss Leills 12. Miss Massaro 13. Mrs. 
Black 14. Mrs, McLaughlin and Mr. Brown 15, Mr, 
McGuinness 






FACULTY/ 123 



SCIENCE 



Experiments, formulas, molecules, theo- 
ries, and demonstrations revealed the beauty 
of life. The science courses made the stu- 
dents realize the complexity of everyday 
life which they ignored. But the technical 
aspects like: water bottle fights, faking experi- 
ments, and making molecules which always 
appeared like animals, will always be re- 
membered. The teachers made their class 
very interesting with their "unique style." 
Everytime "some" teachers casually walked 
away from their desk, during a lecture, you 
knew to run to the rear of the classroom. 



1. Left to right: Mrs. Tombaugh, Mrs. Lucas, Mr. Steinbrink. 2. Mr 
Hungerford 3. Left to right: Mr. Bender, Mr. Starr, Mr. Freedman, 
Mr. Barcza. 4. Mr. Francetic 5. Mr. VonBenken, Mr. Backos, Mrs. 
Motz, Mr. Muscarella. 6. Mr. Halbedel 7. Mr. Soltesz 8. Mr. Davidson, 
not pictured Mr. Reno (see Mathematics.) 






FACULTY/ 123 




BUSINESS 

Punching keys and moving penc 
basic requirements of the busin 
Shorthand, typing, office ma 
keeping, and data processing v. 
of the courses offered to increa 
ledge for their future career. 



1, L to R: Mr, Amster, Mrs. Williams. Mr. Davis, Mr. Sibe 
Bensusan, Mr. Manburg, Mrs. Wiegand. Mrs Harshman. „ 
Huetner, standing {I to r): Mr Stupica, Miss Ivansic, Mr. Reg 
Radigan 5. Mr. Mize 6. Mrs. Rodgers 7 Mr. Seymour 



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MATHEMATICS 

In this computerized world, it was still 
necessary to know the basic concepts of 
mathematics. The Math Department offered 
a variety of courses for the different levels 
of mathematical ability. Whether the stu- 
dent needed basic math, consumer math, 
algebra, geometry, computer math, math 
analysis, or calculus, he was given the op- 
portunity to develop his skills. 

1. L to R. seated; Mr. Rinkes, Mr. Pawlowski, standing: Mr. Serra. Mr. 
Sallach. 2. L to R: Mrs. Toth, Miss Uhry, Mrs. Gorslene. 3. L to R. 
seated: Mr. Rose, Mr. Rackovan, standing: Mr. Clements, Mr. Reno. 
4. Here goes another one that doesn't understand! 




FACULTY/ 125 



HISTORY 



1. sitting; Mrs. Jagger, (I to r): Mr. Hartman, Mr. Burns, 2. Mr. Demora. 3. Mr. Dzero- 
wicz, 4. Mr. Schonauer. 5. standing: Mr. Dickinson, sitting: Mr. DIehl, 6. (I to r) 
Dr. Powaski, Mr. Brown. 7. (I to r): Mr. Englehart. Mr Hoffert, Mr. Welsenberg, 8. Mr 
Kelley, 9. Mr. Smith, 10. Dr. McNeilly. 11. Mr Raicevich 





FACULTY/ 126 




FACULTY/ 127 



INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS 

In an increasingly teclini- 
cal world, a saleable skill 
is needed to land that first 
job. To develop these skills, 
the Industrial Arts Depart- 
ment offers a variety of tech- 
nical courses. 



Mr. 


Ramstead 


died 


of a 


sudden 


illness 


in 


January, 1 


1979. 


Although 


this 


was 


his first 


year 


at 


the high 1 


schoo 


1, his dedication 


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presence 


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missed. 1 




1. Mr Goebel. Mr Montani. Mr. Volman. Mr. Hanger- 
ford; 2. Mr. Chambers; 3. Mr. Galicki; 4. Mr. Kadlec: 
5. Mr. Germock, Mr. Martin. Mr, Hoffart. Mr. Ramstead; 
6 Mr. Sattler; Mr. Supance. 



12&/FACULTY 




HOME ARTS 



The Home Economics Department gave 
the students the chance to study courses, 
>*M which allowed them to experience the 
^ field of home arts. Cooking, sewing, mod- 
ern living and child care were among the 
courses offered by the Home Arts Depart- 
ment. 

1. (I to r) Mrs. O'Donnell, Mrs. Arko, 2. Miss Lokar, 3. Ms. Golden, 
4. Mrs. Barker. 




SPECIAL ED. 



The Special Education Department worked with students who had difficulty learning and 
those who were enrolled in the EMR program. 



1. Mr. Attamante. 2. Miss Haffer, 3. Mrs. Gates. 4. Mr. Fowler. 




ART 



For the student seeking self-expres- 
sion through visual media, art classes 
offer many different experiences. 
Classes in crafts, sculpting, and fine 
arts help students express their inner 
feelings in a creative way to give plea- 
sure to all. 



MUSIC 



Music is self-expression. There are 
many areas of music offered each 
year: from 10th grade choir, Choral 
Masters, Varsity Chorale, to the march- 
ing band. Concert band. Orchestra, 
Through the years, music has brought 
pleasure. 

1: Mrs. Wiersba. Miss Araca, Mr. Patton 2: Mr. Voll- 
man 3: Mr. Sydow, 4: Mr. Hutson 5: Mr. Morgan. 






130/FACULTY 




PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION 

In physical education classes stu- 
dents work together to attain a com- 
mon goal. Participation in any of the 
numerous co-educational courses 
builds physical strength, encourages 
physical activity, and teaches the 
importance of cooperation. 




1. (Sitting) Mrs. Fox; (Standing) Mr. Mohr, Mr. Rodriguez, Miss Brown, Mr. Addis. 2. (Sitting) 
Mr. Daugherty; (Standing) Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Stadler, Mr. Resch, Mr. Ramlow, Miss Buck. 



131 /FACULTY 



FOREIGN 
LANGUAGE 



The Foreign Language Department introduces students to the 
language, customs, and culture of other lands, an increasingly 
important job as modern transportation and communication 
shrinks the distance between nations. 



Mrs. Zimmerman. 




LIBRARY 

Today's librarian is not 
simply a keeper of books, 
but a cataloguer of all the 
modern forms of resource 
material, including records, 
slides, tapes, and film loops. 
Helping students best use 
these various sources of 
information is a challeng- 
ing job for Mrs. Lucas, Head 
Librarian, and her staff. 



Mrs. Baumelster, Mr. Leopold, Miss Simonich. 



Mrs. Koenig. 




Mrs. Dolter, Mrs. Relder, Mrs. Carlson. 



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Mrs. Overberger. 



Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Marsh. 



132/FACULTY 



Seated: Fran Tavenler, Rose Haines, Mavis Kopach, Mae Kolesar, Mary Urgeleit; Standing: 
Mildred Somrak, Laura Meyer, Sophie Matuch, Pauline Turk, Helen Chudzlk. 



If^ O fi,/iji '^l CAFETERIA 



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If you ever had to plan and 
prepare a Thanksgiving meal 
for all your relatives, you have 
had a taste of the task the caf- 
eteria staff faces every day. 
Under the competent direction 
of Mrs. Zimmerman, literally 
thousands of hot lunches are 
served each month. 



Seated: Mrs, Zimmerman; Standing: Mary Black, Jean Seated: Charlotte Coulter, Sadie Taylor, Lois Brow, Ruth Chabrand, Marge Brooks; 



Skolaris. Catherine Wirscing. 



Standing: Eleanor Doblekar, Charlene Cervasi, Lois Mominey, WinI Modic, Barbara 
Apanasewicz, Lucy Glavac. 





Mrs. Clapacs, Mr. Kahl. 

PARAPROFESSIONALS 

The paraprofessionals as- 
sist visitors, supervise stu- 
dents in the E-room and cafe- 
teria, and discourage "strag- 
glers" from being tardy to 
class. 



Mrs. Barbish. 



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Noel Brady - V. Football Greg Chiudioni - V. Football 

HALL OF FAME 



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George Newcomb - V. Football 



These athletes were selected 
by their coaches for the 1978- 
1979 Hall of Fame. 











Jerry Drobnick - V. Basketball 



Tim Tichenor - V. Basketbal 



Kevin Sidman - V. Wrestling 







"—^ Gary Brown - J.V. Basketball 

Greg Barnauskas - J.V. Wrestling Bob Ellenbest - J. V. Basketball 
Steve Marinkov - J.V. Football 



Mark Gordon - V. Wrestling 




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Rick Neiman - J.V. Football, J.V. 



Eric Groudle - J.V. Football Basketball 



Brian Vehar - J.V. Football 






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Carrie Shuster - Cross-Country ball 



Linda Misch - V. Basketball, Volley- 








Vince Malone - Indoor Track 

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Jan Slejko - V. Basketball, Cross- 
Frank Civitarese - Indoor Track Country 

Charlie Simpson - Indoor Track Karen Busdieker - Volleyball 



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VARSITY FOOTBALL 

The 1978 Varsity Football team finished a most successful season tying for the lead in 
the G.C.C. They finished their season with a 6-1 record in the G.C.C. and a 6-4 record overall. 
The best game of the season was the 28-22 victory over Eastlake North. Greg Chiudioni 
gained 170 yards and scored two touchdowns in the game that assured the team of the 
championship. 

The following were selected as the All-Greater Cleveland Conference Players: George 
Newcomb QB, Noel Brady C, Tim Moriarty OT, Kevin Sidman NG, Bud Hrusovsky DE, Devin 
Wilson FS, and Greg Chiudioni Punter. The 1978 season was outstanding. 





V. FOOTBALL/ 138 




Coaches (L to R): Bill Attamante. Joe Regano, Tom Stupica. Paul Kapostasy. 
George Pana. Ron Seymour. Jetf Hartmann, Chet Nolan, 




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Fremont Ross 


13 




J 7 


St. Joe 


27 




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Berea 


23 




^ 29 


Maple Hgts. 


24 




8 6 


South 


2 




B 20 


Bedford 







S 14 


Brush 


6 




S 14 


Mayfield 


10 




8 28 


North 


22 




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Mentor 


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J.V. FOOTBALL 

The 1978 Junior Varsity football team finished 
first in the G.C.C. with a record of six wins and 
one loss. Their overall record was 7-3. To clinch 
the G.C.C. title, the J.V. team beat Eastlake 
North, who had a record of 7-1, 24-8 in an out- 
standing game. Some of the players who showed 
outstanding skill were: Rick Neiman, Dwight 
Haney, John Misch, Gary Brown, Brian Vehar, 
Chuck Durst, Frank Hribar, and Steve Marinkov. 

Coach Stupica 

Sitting-(L to R) Ken Yerman, Gary Brown. Daryl Langman, Doug Leu, Chris 
Bremenour, Harvey Taulien. Todd Barnard. Chris Hernan, and Mark Cow- 
ling. Kneeling- Joe Muscatello. Eric Treichel. Dave Hanson, Frank Hribar, 
Dave Manello. Butch Capasso, Joe Lewarski, Chris Knight, and Al Peklay 
Standing- John Misch, Dwight Haney. Pat Malaney, Brian Vehar. Chuck 
Durst, Rick Neiman, Bill Schuhle, Jetf Price, Lou Tortorici, Mike Brown, and 
'. oach Tom Stupica. 




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J.V, FOOTBALL/ 140 




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Euclid 



6 


Benedictine 


12 


8 


St. Joseph 


12 


6 


Berea 


16 


14 


Maple Hts. 


8 


14 


W. South 


6 


13 


Bedford 


8 


34 


Brush 


6 


8 


Mayfield 


6 


24 


E. North 


8 


14 


Mentor 


22 



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VARSITY SOCCER 



The Varsity Soccer Team ended their season 
un October 19th with a 3-2 win over Lake 
Catholic. After getting off to a slow start, they 
finished strong, winning five of their last eight 
games, and ended their season 6-6-1. 

Juniors Jeff Freedman, Bob Simicak, and 
Dave Ice and Seniors Tom Deemer and Paul 
Mc Fadden were some of the outstanding 
players. The team showed exceptional skill on 
the field especially in one of their better games 
when they defeated Brush 2-1. 

Coach Sattler 




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(L to R) Front Row: Craig Hasegawa, Zdenko Novkovic. Bob Hall, Dave Ice, Sean McCluskey, Jeff Freedman, Jim Paprizous Row 
2: Mike Campell, Jim Gaydosh, Tom Deemer, Dave Seidel, Bob Dalic. Doug Ayers. Paul McFadden, Mike Durbin, Bob Simicak 
Denise Jordan, Debbie Austin, Coach Sattler, 



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2 S 


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4 S 


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ball. 



VARSITY SOCCER/ 143 



J.V. SOCCER 



The Junior Varsity Soccer Team finisined 
their most successful season with a 7-2-1 rec- 
ord. Phil Pallantte, Jose Lima, Brad Dallos, and 
Chris Durbin were a few of the outstanding 
players. Brad Dallos had the most goals on the 
team, scoring five during the season. With only 
one-third of the team being returning juniors, 
the J.V. team showed great skill and ability. 

Coach Homovec 





(L to R) Front Row: Paul Gill. Dave Dodd. Jose Lima. Vito Raguz, John Gleason, Nestor Papageorge, Mark Garland. Dave Horvat Row 
2: Brad Dallos, Chris Gordon, Dave Zagore, Chris Durbin, Lou Vidovic. Phil Pallantte, Jim Brentar. Dave Uchbar, Dave McGraw, Mark 
Marolt 



J.V. SOCCER/144 




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CROSS-COUNTRY 



One sport that receives little attention, 
but deserves much more, is cross-country. 
This year's team was exceptional in that it 
made it to the State Meet. 

Seniors that have finished their cross- 
country careers at Euclid include tri-cap- 
tains Charlie Simpson, Steve Basler, and Eric 
Jochum, along with Bob Debevec and Larry 
Plavcan. Five of the top seven runners will 
return next year, as the underclassmen did 
a great job of combining with the seniors to 
make a fine team, notably, juniors Bill Dodd, 
Paul Calabrese, and Steve Jones and sopho- 
mores Steve Fleck and Charlie Petraska. With 
such a large foundation of underclassmen 
returning, the harriers should have an even 
stronger team next year. 

Coach Halbedel 




'Gimme some elbow room! 




Front Row: (L to R) Dawn Ehrhardt mgr., Janet Snyder mgr. Row 2: Bill Dodd. Steve Basler, Bob Debevec, Paul Cala- 
brese, Charlie Petraska, Eric Jochum, Charlie Simpson, Steve Jones, Steve Lausin, Steve Fleck Row 3: Greg Schalk 
head mgr . Larry Plavcan, T J. Theodore, Joe Mersnik, Jerry Davies, Mark Walters, Row 4: Mike Voase, Ken Robert, 
Frank Walters, Kurt Mews. Art Buanno, Coach Tom Halbedel Row 5: Perry Jordan. Kevin Zailer, Dan Kostan, 



CROSS-COUNTRY/146 





Euclid 



0pp. 



33 
10 
20 
23 
18 
25 
17 
34 



Maple 

Will. South 

Bedford 

Brush 

Mayfield 

Walsh Jesuit 

North 

Mentor 



22 
43 
44 
34 
43 
30 
46 
25 



Maple Relays 
Will. South Inv. 
Strongsville Inv. 
Edgewater Inv. 
Euclid Relays 
Cleve. Hgts. Relay 
Sectional 
District 
G.C.C. Meet 
State Meet 



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1st i 

5th S 

2nd 9 

4th 8 

s 3rd I 

1st S 

9th S 

2nd ! 

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CROSS-COUNTRY 



The 1978 Girls' Cross-Country team had 
a highly successful season. Coming in first 
in three invitationals and second in another 
three meets, the team showed its great 
strength and ability. The team also showed 
a tremendous effort in winning both dual 
meets. 

The outstanding runners of the team were 
Carrie Shuster and Jan Slejko. Carrie Shuster 
came in third in the State Meet with a schoo 
record time of 14:27.9 and also set a new 
home course record of 14:55. Jan Slejko 
came in seventeenth in the State Meet with 
her best time-15:12.9. It has been a very 
good year for the 1978 Girls' Cross-Country 
team. 

Coach Ramlow 








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Front Row: (L to R) Ellen Buck, Carrie Shuster, Jan Slejko, Janine Kato. Jeanine Swoboda, Row 2: Kattny Rymar- 
czyk, Chris Ferryman, Amy Arnold, Kim Stegh, Meg McLaughlin. 



CROSS-COUNTRY/ 148 




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34 




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8 Will. South Inv. 


2nd 




^ Strongsville Inv. 


2nd 




S Wadsworth Inv. 


2nd 




8 Kenston Inv. 


1st 




^ Sectionals 


3rd 




^ Chagrin Inv. 


1st 




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TENNIS 



The 1978 Euclid High School Girls' Tennis 
Team had a competitive year. Playing in one 
of the roughest leagues in Northeastern Ohio, 
they were able to compete on an even basis 
with most of the teams. Although they didn't 
have one extremely strong player as they had 
in the past, this year's team had more depth 
than other years. The four Seniors: Vickie 
Chapman, Meg Humensky, Claudia McChancy, 
and Linda Peirolo, were a great asset to this 
year's team. 

Coach Bowker 





(L to R) Front Row: Cathy Redone. Meg Humensky, Theresa Mackanos, Susie Meglich. Judy Mast Row 2: Linda 
Peirolo, Vickie Chapman, Claudia McChancy, Bethany Hook, Judy Krnc, Coach Marilyn Bowker, Sue Davidson. 
Not pictured: Eileen Welton and Carol Hanson. 



TENNIS/150 



GOLF 



The Golf Team opened their season with a 
160-166 win over Maple. Their wins and losses 
fluctuated throughout the season and ended 
with six wins and nine losses. One of the better 
matches was when they lost by only one point 
to Brush, the league-leading team. 

Don Malone, a senior, was the captain for 
the 1978 season. Doug Drobnick, a sopho- 
more, used his skill, with Don Malone's great 
ability and the team's effort, to lead the Golf 
team to their wins. 




(L to R) Joe Porten. J.D Stump. Keith Kester, Doug Drobnick. Don Malone. Coach Raicevich, 



GOLF/152 



Euclid 



160 


Maple 


166 


168 


South 


162 


161 


Bedford 


165 


178 


Brush 


159 


164 


Mayfield 


159 


166 


North 


164 


173 


Chardon 


174 


164 


Mentor 


160 


176 


Maple 


157 


154 


South 


190 


179 


Bedford 


182 


160 


Brush 


159 


173 


Mayfield 


165 


168 


North 


174 


171 


Mentor 


153 





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VOLLEYBALL 



The 1978 Varsity Volleyball squad had an 
impressive season. With the help of Coach 
Buck, the team was runner-up in the district 
competition. One outstanding player was 
Linda Misch, who was chosen for the G.C.C. 
all-league team. 

The Junior Varsity squad also had a suc- 
cessful season. With a squad comprised of a 
few juniors and many sophomores, Mrs. 
Stadler has developed several girls for var- 
sity play next year. The coaching skills of 
Miss Buck and Mrs. Stadler added to the 
continued improvement of the team, next 
year's squads should be quite a success. 

Coach Buck Coach Stadler 




Varsity Front Row:(L to R) Chen Strah, Karen Rymarczyk, Laurie Oberaitis Linda Mibcti Row 2 Maureen Dupay, 
chelle Bolocanotf. Karen Busdiecker. Rita Rydelis. Row 3: Patti Sctiultz. Marthia Eyman, Jackie Ryder Debbie Hegedus 



VOLLEYBALL/154 




J. v. team Front Row: (L to R) Lisa Wardeiner. Kim Lober. Ferolyn Powell, Nancy Sledz, Karen Vulich, 
Lisa Son. Row 2: Josie Jarc. Barb Theus, Chris Ryder, Karen Nainiger, Linda Lawrence, Millie Jarc. 




Opp 



16-0-4 


Cleve. Hgts. 


14-15-15 


15-15 


South 


13-11 


15-13-15 


Bedford 


13-15-12 


15-3-15 


Brush 


9-15-2 


5-10 


Mayfieid 


15-15 


6-15-15 


North 


15-8-17 


8-11 


Mentor 


15-15 


15-17 


Maple Hgts. 


6-15 


9-15-11 


South 


15-9-15 


15-15 


Bedford 


13-3 


15-15 


Brush 


2-11 


15-9-7 


Mayfieid 


6-15-15 


7-5 


North 


15-15 


4-11 


Mentor 


15-15 


15-15 


Maple Hgts. 


13-10 



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VOLLEYBALL/155 



VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

The Varsity Basketball team showed steady 
improvement throughout their season. Hard 
work and determination paced the Panthers 
as they continued to gain experience and 
poise. Coach Daugherty is proud of his team 
because each player had developed and per- 
formed to near capacity. 

Coach Daugherty 





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Front Row (L to R ): Coach Stupica, Jerry Drobnick. Dale Frey, Kevin Kaifesh, Mark Kordic, Tim Tichenor, Coach Doc Dougherty Row 2: 
Jeff Kooser, Bob Rowland, Kris Hassel, Terry Harrell, Don Koller, Ben Brooks Row 3: Patty Hill-trainer, Sue Rymiko-trainer, Bob Prizzi, Bill 
Zaiar, Greg Schalk-manager, Charlie Booms-manager. 



156/SPORTS 




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Euclid 



77 


Cleve. Hts. 


45 


Geneva 


41 


Mayfield 


67 


Brush 


53 


North 


40 


South 


51 


Bedford 


49 


Maple 


39 


Upper Arlington 


53 


Mentor 


62 


Mayfield 


71 


Brush 


55 


South 


63 


North 


52 


Bedford 


80 


Wickliffe 


54 


Maple 


53 


Mentor 



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53 
53 
48 
48 
48 
53 
51 
48 
56 
60 
49 
54 
65 
48 
58 
52 
52 



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J.V. BASKETBALL 

The J.V. Basketball team had a trying sea- 
son. Although not getting off to a good start, 
things Improved as they gained more exper- 
ience. The outstanding players were Gary 
Brown, Joe Nozling, Rick Neiman, and Bob 
Ellenbest. 

Coach Stupica 





Front Row (L to R): Keith Nicholson, Jim Kordich, Tony Zingale, Frank Kobetitsch, Steve Rado, Gary Brown Row 2: Coach 
Tom Stupica. Bob Bokar. Nav Singh, Jim Eder, Bob Ellenbest. Scott Glaser Row 3: Jack Yatsko. Joe Nozling. Jim Valentine. 
Bob Gallo. John McLouglin. Rick Neiman. Not pictured: John Misch. 



158/SPORTS 





Euclid 



56 
51 
42 
41 
53 
65 
46 
28 
31 
30 
40 
51 
47 
42 
53 
49 
58 
47 



Cleve. Hts. 
Geneva 
Mayfield 

Brush 

North 

South 
Bedford 

Maple 

Upper Arlington 

Mentor 

Mayfield 

Brush 

South 

North 
Bedford 
Wickliffe 

Maple 
Mentor 



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73 
38 
55 
51 
67 
42 
49 
27 
37 
51 
47 
46 
52 
53 
42 
27 
47 
45 






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SPORTS/ 159 



VARSITY 
BASKETBALL 

The Girls' Varsity Basketball team got off 
to a fine start beating their first opponents. 
In the second game, they beat a strong Lake- 
wood team 48-44 with a total team effort. The 
outstanding players of this year's team were 
Linda Misch and Jan Slejko. 

Coach Martin 





Front Row (L to R): Christine Ferryman, Diane Cavell. Linda MIsch, Jan Slejko. Tern Mackanos, Sherrle Garapic Row 2: Mr. 
Englehart-asslstant coach, Sally Jaska, Martha Eyman, Vickie Chapman, Kathleen Ferryman, Mr. Martin-coach Row 3: 
Karen Nainiger, TamI Ware, Kim Stegh, Rose Bene 



160/SPORTS 




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Opp. ^ 


S 42 


Wickliffe 


31 ^ 


i 48 


Lakewood 


44 J 


J 25 


Brush 


32 8 


8 46 


South 


22 i 


^ 29 


Maple Hts. 


24 9 


S 28 


North 


49 8 


2 40 


Bedford 


31 S 


S 28 


Mentor 


27 1 


S 40 


Mayfleld 


34 5 


J 35 


Brush 


37 S 


S 26 


South 


29 S 


S 40 


North 


56 8 


S 44 


Bedford 


33 8 


J 41 


Maple 


37 8 


^ 30 


Mentor 


37 J 


S 51 


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37 ^ 


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J.V. BASKETBALL 

The Girls' J.V. Basketball team started their 
season with a 30-25 win over Wickliffe. They 
had a competitive season, taking overtime to 
finally beat Maple 30-24. This years outstand- 
ing players were Mary Stragisher, Meg Mc- 
Laughlin, and Anita Jankowski. 

Coach Englehart 





Front Row (L to R): Carol Campbell, Lisa Penny, Gia Raffael, Lisa Son. Anita Jankowski Row 2: Sandy Nickolls Kim 
Ames, Jeannie Swoboda, Meg McLaughlin, Denise Myers. Patti Drienka Row 3: Mary Galloway, llona Maciejauskas 
Mary Stragisher, Tracy Fiorelli, Stacy Buda, Caren Walsh. Not pictured: Terri Vitolo 



162/SPORTS 




Euclic 


i 


0pp. 


30 


Wickliffe 


25 


15 


Lakewood 


50 


25 


Brush 


20 1 


21 


South 


27 1 


30 


Maple 


24 ] 


21 


North 


32 


18 


Bedford 


37 1 


17 


Mentor 


22 1 


26 


Mayfield 


27 1 


19 


Brush 


15 1 


16 


South 


18 \ 


16 


North 


36 j 


19 


Bedford 


28 


15 


Maple 


20 ( 


22 


Mentor 


25 j 


25 


Mayfield 


20 


10 


Geneva 

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SPORTS/163 



VARSITY 
WRESTLING 

The Varsity Wrestling team started out the 
season with a win over Cleveland Heights. The 
best match of the season was the 41-18 win 
over South. Kevin Sidman and Mark Gordon, 
both seniors, were outstanding. Other seniors 
leaving the team are co-captains Scott Remi- 
nick and Bob Summers, and Tom Parr, Noel 
Brady, Ted Raisek, Craig Hasegawa, Bob Deb- 
evc, and Steve Basler. 

Coach Attamante 





Varsity and J. V. -Front Row (L to R): Tae Surh, Mike Redman. John McCoy Jim Gordon Steve Basler. Mike Yentz, Dave Budnar Row 2: Scott 
Siegel, Mark Ceffaratti, Ed Noles, Nathan Holland, Bob Debevc, Craig Hasegawa Row 3. Ron Rich. Ted Radisek. Scott Reminick, Chip Neff, 
Greg Barnauskas. Butch Capasso, Noel Brady Row 4: Chris Gordon, Joe Colo, Tom Parr, Kevin Sidman, Mark Gordon, Bob Summers, John Ren- 
shaw, T. J. Theodore. 



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J.V. WRESTLING 

The J.V. Wrestling team started their sea- 
son by defeating Cleveland Heights 39-30. 
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were scattered and few. Junior Greg Barnaus- 
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HOCKEY 



The Hockey team had a successful season 
with a record of 10-6-1. Leaving the team 
will be Kurt Raicevich, Phil Campensa, Chuck 
Golden, John Williams, and Bill Holmes. 

Coach Homovec 





Front Row (L to R): Tom Bell, Mike Burke, Dave Nichting, Kurt Raicevich, Coach Homovec, Mark Marolt, Rick Smelko. Jim 
Banaszek, Jeff Schroll, John Williams Row 2: Ken Schultz, Chris Knight. Steve Mackanos, Phil Campensa, JD, Stump, Chuck 
Golden, Tom Borthwick, Vince Burke, Bill Holmes, Chris Bremenour, Jim Basilone, Bill Banaszek. 



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SWIM TEAM 

The Varsity Swim team had a superior season 
with a record of 11-1. Many new records were 
set by the swimmers and divers. Bart Cerer set 
GCC records in the 200-yd. freestyle with a 
time of 1:45.3, and the 100-yd. butterfly with a 
time of 54.2. Eric Zebold swam the 100-yd. 
backstroke in 57.6, setting a GCC record. Jack 
Sheldon, Eric Zebold, Bart Cerer, and Mark 
Carney set a GCC record in the 200-yd. medley 
relay with a time of 1:44.7. Scott Harmon set a 
Euclid school and pool diving record with 108. 
11 points. Leaving the team will be co-captains 
John Mullen and Jack Shelden, Scott Harmon, 
Joe Bacchi, Dave Coyne, Andy Rossmann, Todd 
Reese, Eric Darcy, Bart Cerer, and Jeff Mavsar. 

The J.V. Swim team also had a very success- 
ful season. They ended with an impressive 7 
wins and 1 loss. 

Coach Rodriguez 





Front Row (L to R): Scott Harmon-diver. John Powell-diver, Kevin Meaney-diver, Jeft Hogan-diver. Tom Ruzich 
Row 2; Jeft Jaroscak, Tim Golden, Eric Zebold, Todd Dickard, Joe Bacchi Row 3; John Mullen. Al Dickard, Bob Clarke, 
Greg Pyle, Mark Carney. Bob Simicak Row 4: Paul Schultz, Dave Coyne. Andy Rossmann. Neil Bierer. Todd Reese. 
Donata Schultz-manager Row 5: John Arnold. Eric Darcy, Jack Shelden, Jeff Mavsar, Bart Cerer, Joe Rodriguez-head 
coach. Not pictured: Paul Rossmann-diver, Harry Siskind-asst. coach, Walt Harmon-diving coach. 



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INDOOR TRACK 

This year's Indoor Track team kept up its 
winning tradition by getting off to a fine start. 
The team centered around the fine sprinting 
and distance crews. The sprinters were led 
by Vince Malone, Frank Civitarese, Kevin Sel- 
way, and Dwight Haney, while the distance 
men were led by Charlie Simpson and Bill Dodd. 
In the field events Frank Civitarese and Vince 
Malone were again dominant along with Tom 
Waschura. Mike Casciato and John Berlan 
were leaders in the shot put. In the Knights 
of Columbus at the Coliseum, Frank Civitarese 
took fourth place in the 60-yd. hurdles. The 
team had depth and was strong in all areas. This 
resulted in a fine overall season. 

Coach Ramlow 




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Front Row (L to R): Lynn Sullivan-manager, Kevin Selway, Ctiarlie Simpson. Frank Civitarese. Vince Malone. Tom Wasctiura. Jim Kisttiardt. 
Jim Hutnagle. Bill Dodd. Steve Jones Row 2; Dave Dodd, Mike McDermott, Scott Ullman, Ed Szabrak, Larry Banning, Jerry Davies, Mike 
Voase, Paul Calabrese, Dan Kostan. Mark Walters, Keith Lawrence Row 3: Frank Walters, Brian Cambell, Steve Fleck, Phil Paliante, Frank 
Hribar, Jamar Tarr, John Ortman. Bob Thompson, Rich Fleck, Dwight Haney, Joe O'Donnell, Not pictured; Joe Mersnik, Scott Wright, Mike 
Casciato, John Berlan, Eric Groudle, Marc Copresti, Dave Nichting, Jack Clark, Tom Centa. Tim Christianson, Mike Brown, Pat Fiorilli, Rich 
,Williams, Terry Johnson. 



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The 1978 Homecoming Court: (standing left to right) Sophomore Attendant, Denise Santon; 1977 Queen. Tina Kuklica; Junior Attendant. 
Vicki Centa: (seated) Senior Attendant, Janine Kato: 1978 Queen. Linda Misch: Senior Attendant. Kathy Rose 



HOMECOMING - 1978 



The traditional paracde and bonfire were only 
the beginning of the Homecoming 1978 festivi- 
ties. Our number one football team beat Mayfield 
to add to the Homecoming spirit. Queen Linda 
Misch and her court took the spotlight the fol- 
lowing evening at the final Homecoming event, 
a formal dance. Couples strolled down the 
"Long and Winding Road" to the music of 
"Crystalwood". 





ACTIVITIES/176 




Senior Attendant, Kathy Rose 
Junior Attendant, Vicki Centa 





Senior Attendant, Janine Kato 
Sophomore Attendant, Denise Santon 





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MARCHING BAND 

An exciting dance to "Staying Alive" was one 
of the routines featured in the Euclid Panther 
Marching Band's opening show. The spirit of 
the band was always present during the games 
to inspire the team and spectators. This year 
the band had their first female announcer, 
Leslie Otcasek. Director Arthur Sydow, Assis- 
tant Director Greg Kochan, and Majorette Ad- 
visor Madeline Bradach worked hard along with 
all ninety-six band members to make this another 
successful season. 





Row 7: D- Treichel. G Summerhill, D, Bukovec. B. Reno. P Srnick. P, Calabrese. G. Zerby. M Shimonek. D, Hershey. T. Galon. G. Prichard, M. 
Talty. K. Besselman, J. Fakult, D. Reichart. Row 6: B. EIze, J. Volota, J. Sparks, D, Grubb. G- Lesnik, M, Hong. B. Martin, J, McChaney, L. Lang. 
T. J, Theodore, J. Hall, M. Sajn, J, Srnick, P. Kloder, M. Kalka. Row 5: L. Schleman, J. Gordon, L. Johnson. C. Horvath, W. Stroud, S. Jacksa. T. 
Hink, J Rose, K. Kelly, K. Stumpf, E. Besselmann. S- Kurrent, K. Johnson, T. Balazs, D. Beal, D. Reed, J. Kenc. Row 4: D. Lewin, H. Cerbin, L. 
Tepley, M. Malone, D. Andrews, C Tice, R. Simkins, E. Petric, P. Linn, P. Drienka, S. Synk, B. Starr, M. Stephens, M. Joyce, K, Mackell. Row 3: 
T. Ruzich, J Novak, S, Bratton, M, Cotter, T Fabec, J. Arnold, J. Emser, J. Braun, S Mantras, M. Juratovic. M. Krofina, M Jones. D, Reider, C. 
Owens, Row 2: S, Nemeth, J. Hasse, N. Bierer, S. Johnson, L. Francetic, D. Rawlings, B. Thompson, G. Andersky, M. Hungerford, K. Burton. D. 
Woodruff, B. Blevins, B, Mitan, G. Beadle. Row 1: D, Glaser, K. Strah, M. D'anna, D, Pinto, Captain J, Delaney, Captain J. Nachtigal, R. Kubik, 
K. Foreman, L. Alaburda. C. Orehek. N. Hernan. 



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MAJORETTES 

Variety marked this season's Inalf-time 
shows. The 1978-79 Majorettes performed 
many interesting routines. They boogied to 
"Peg" and "Stayin' Alive." Blue and gold 
pom-poms brightened their show to "It's So 
Easy" and showed their perfection on the 
"Love Boat Theme." A special attraction 
included lighted batons to "Disco Inferno." 
Joanna Nachtigal did a wonderful job in her 
solo to "The Muppet Theme" with her sequin 
costume adding brilliant sparkle. The last 
show featured hoop batons to "The Pink 
Panther." 





Row 1-(L to R) Noreen Hernan, Kathy Foreman. Capt. Jill Delany Capt Joanna Nachtigal, Cindy Ore- 
hek, Linda Alaburda Row 2-l\/leg D'Anna. Kim Strati. Danna Pinto Ruthanne Kjbik Dawn Glaser 



ACTIVITIEK/'IS 








WATER POLO 

Euclid High School's Water Polo team 
had an undefeated season, winning six 
out of six games. That helped them carry 
away first place at the districts, winning 
all four games. Water Polo is a non-school 
funded sport, so it is up to the team to 
raise entry fees. They beat Berea twice, 
Midpark twice, and Canton Hoover twice. 
The Euclid poloers ended their season 
ranking fourth in state. Congrats guys!! 




Row 1: Todd Reese, Bart Ceres, Jack Shelden; Eric Darcy; Paul Schuiz Row 2: Eric Zebold: Andy Ross- 
mann; Greg Pyle; Tom Ruzich: Row 3: Mark Carney; John Mullen; Bob Clark Not Shown: Paul Rossmann; 
Kevin Meaney; Al Dickard; Jeff Mavsar 




ACTIVITIES/183 



INVESTMENT 

Row 1: Ray Mast: Joe Bacchi: Rich Bozak; 
Row 2: Julie Petrella. Duayne Stelmach, 
Vickie Chapman; Bill Holmes; Sandy 
Rash; Lori Zdunczyk; Row 3: Meg Humen- 
sky; Andrea Rudolph; Chris Tice; Paul 
Klodar; Denis Griemer; Keith Kester; Jim 
Kisthardt; Doug Ayers; Bill Bilstein, Bob 
Dalic; Greg Chiudicni; Mr. Schonauer 
Not Shown; Greg Amoroso; Joe Aveni; 
Dave Bieiek; Lon Caresani; Heidi Cer- 
bin; Joe Connelly; Maureen Dickard; 
ten Edelman; Dale Frye; Karin Garapic; 
Chuck Golden; Terry Harrel; Kris Has- 
sel; Mike Hone; Steve Madorsky; Andy 
Ogrinc; Chris Roper, Ray Strah; Jim 
Tomsick 




INVESTMENT 



C.O.E. 



Have you ever thought of investing in 
stock? Well, some of this year's seniors 
did. The students put their money to- 
gether and invested it in a carefully 
selected stock. They hope that the stock 
will produce a profit. Whatever the value 
of the stock when they decide to sell it, 
Mr. Schonauer is sure the students will 
find the experience exciting and edu- 
cational. 



The students involved in the Co- 
operative Office Education classes at- 
tended school in the morning and then 
left for work at local businesses. This 
helped members gain further skill in the 
business fields and prepared them for a 
career after school. As a club, they 
worked on various projects and became 
a close group by the time the year was 
over. 




Row 1 Tammy Henry; Karen Archacki; 
Vice-Pres . Connie Walsh; Historian, 
Mary Schneider; Pat Spaiek; Debbie 
Beres; Bonnie Markiewicz; Tina Dan- 
zinger, Donna Borthwick; Tracy Mar- 
tin; Caria Molesky; Rick Lampela Row 
2; Secretary, Mary Fuerst; Parliamen- 
tarian. Mary Beth Legan; Treasurer, 
Tracey Coe; Susan Voss; Helen Strle, 
Michelle Kimack; Marilyn Wata, Pres., 
Mary Kosovich; Mary Ellen Cooke; 
Diana Lang 



ACTIVITIES/184 



LIBRARY PAGES 

These concerned students help by putting away 
books, laminating pictures, straightening shelves, and 
assisting the librarians in various duties. 





Martha tynun. Bill Sowers. K'obbiu Rjckei, Keith Ludwig. Sliaron Synk: Jeff Griffin 



Cheryl Boyd 

PINK 
PANTHERS 

How do they keep their uniforms 
intact? The Pink Panthers do. They 
stitch and sew up the team's uni- 
forms to keep them looking as great 
as they are. This is just one of the 
many organizations geared to sup- 
port the athletic teams of our 
school. 




ACTIVITIES/185 



KEY CLUB 

The Key Club is a service branch of 
the Kiwanis Club. They do commun- 
ity services as well as supporting 
scholastic activities. They sponser 
dances and other activities that 
affect our school and community. 





Row 1: Left to Right: Paul Kloder, Bill Hanlon. John Kalka, Bob Zagore, Tom Katcher Row 2: Mr. Heramb, Dave Carbone, Denise Meyers, 
Cathy Jones, Mark Hughes, Wendy Stroud, Ted Radisek, Row 3: Susan Nemeth, Debbie Reider, Sandy Frank, Sharon Synk. Carol Chase, 
Dale Stelmach, Craig Hasegawa. Row 4: Jackie Zorko, Jim Gaydosh, Doug Ayers, Janet McCluskey, Dave Zagore, Eric Jochum, Mike Kup- 
fer, Joe Mersnik, Duayne Stelmach. Not Pictured: Duane Fox 










Front Row, Left to Right: Noreen Walters. Anne Af Ursin, Jackie Mason Row 2: Chris Roleck, Ginnie Frederking 
Katie Kirchner, Mimi Erne. Chris Tice. Row 3: Kathy Drury. Karen Brentar, Lynne Blevins. Judy Braun, 




A.F.S. 



The American Field Service, 
with Mrs. Cowan as its advisor, 
is a club for service-minded stu- 
dents. They make it possible for 
students from other countries to 
visit and observe the workings of 
American schools. They also help 
American students go abroad to 
see how other cultures live. 



Lett to Right: Jackie Mason(President). Noreen Walters(Vice President), Anne Af 
Ursin (Exchange Student). Kathy Drury(Secretary). Bill Mason 




ACTIVITIES/187 









EUCUYO 

Advised by Mr. Henderson and Mrs. 
Cowan, these young critics pick out the 
finest literature written by students, to 
be produced in the literary magazine at 
the end of the year. Many of the students 
in this club contribute artwork, poems, 
and short stories. 




Row 1 (I to r) Andrea Buanno, Cathie Santa. Wendy Stroud Row 2: (I to r) Lisa Barish, Lynne Blevins, Sandy Haskin. Julie Fifik Row 3: (I to r) 
Linda Boone, Mrs. Cowan. Laurie Norton. Mr. Henderson. Terry Donner 




N.H.S. 



The National Honor Society consists of students wino 
have excelled in school, community activities, and 
leadership abilities. After being carefully selected these 
students went through induction ceremonies last spring. 
Throughout their lives these selected students, hope- 
fully, will live up to the expectations of the charter. 

Not Pictured: Doug Ayers, Elaine Ayers. Tracey Bonfield, Noel Brady, Ptiil Campensa, 
George Demyanctnik, Laura Draxler. Jim Gaydosti, Mark Gordon, Craig Hasegawa, 
Kattny Hutton, Sue Jarmuszklewicz, Mary Kay Joyce, Candy Kavon, Bob Petsctie, 
Cindi Rhyne, Donald Romoser, Ivana Rozman, Carrie Stiuster, Laura Suster, 
Dave Treichel, Jim Waschura, Tom Waschiura. 





Front Row: Karen Garapic, Debi Lewin, John Kalba, Jerry Drobnick, Row 2: Vicki Chapman, Jeanette Sparks, Mary Beth 
Hungerford, Jan Stanec, Chris Tice, Chris Mulllns, Kathy Foreman, Robert Frank, Vince Melfi, Jeff Lu, Row 3: Mike Hone, 
Paul Klodar, Joanna Nachtigal, Hannah Gleisser, Mike Campbell, Mike Kupfer 




Front Row: Linda Peirolo, Steve Basler, Jackie Mason, Laurie Oberaitis, GInne Frederking, Noreen Walters, Jim Simeo, Maureen 
Dickard. Karen Brentar Row 2: Nanette DITomaso, MImi Erne, Bob Zagore, Doug Di Lalla, Jan Udovlch, Row 3: Cheryl Petrick, 
Jackie Mihelcic, Kathy Lemmon, Eric Jochum, Ann Zak, Claudia McChancey, Christine Rollk 



ACTIVITIES/189 




Debate Club (L-R): Robbie Rachar, Jackie Zorko, Janet Reinke, Mr. Davis, Julie Fifik, Sandy Morgan. 



DEBATE CLUB 

These intellectuals use their minds 
and skills of polemics to outwit op- 
ponents. Hard work and many hours 
of research are necessary to achieve 
their goal. 









OUTDOOR 
CLUB 

. The Outdoor Club consists of 
many nature lovers who enjoy 
spending time preserving wilder- 
ness areas. All of their projects 
are beneficial to the ecological 
balance of our enviroment. 

Dave Seidel. Mr, Soltesz, Chris Roper 



190/ACTIVITIES 




RADIO CLUB 

Through the supervision of 
Mr. Hungerford and Mr. Reno, 
these students learn funda- 
mentals of radio broadcast- 
ing and work toward their am- 
atuer license. 



(L-R): John Williams. Kevin Halberg, Stan Krulc. Mike Kupfer. Brian Reno, Greg Savernik, John Guig- 
sby. Mike Kulbickas, Tim Korynoski. 







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Front Row: Nicke Jafeelica, Pat Hastings. Laura Zebold. Julie Fifik, Jimi Cater, Norm Goldrich, Stan 
Krulc. Kevin Halberg Second Row: Sherrie Garapic. Bill Nelson. Art Buanno. TJ. Theodore. Paul 
Calabrese, Greg Schalk, Paul Bauer Third Row: Mark Walters. Don Knific. Bob Penicka, DamirSpan- 
jol. 




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SCIENCE 
SEMINAR 

This club provides students 
with an opportunity to attend 
lectures and discussions re- 
lated to the field of science 
and engineering. Students 
also have the opportunity to 
visit labratories and observa- 
tories. 



ACTIVITIES/191 



VARSITY 
CHEERLEADERS 




ACTIVITIES/ 192 



JR. VARSITY 
CHEERLEADERS 











^ |T"*^ BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Row 1 (L-R): Edith Stibinger, Lori Sa)n, Row 2: Kristin 
11 Yamane. Mary Jo Balazs. Jane Shunk, Row 3: Denise Nichting. Janine Boettcher, 

•"'ttiii .-...-„ Linda Hanson 




WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS Row 1: Darlene Bowins, Bethany Hook, Jill Nemecek, Katy Duffy, Jeanne Matuch, 
Kufien, Row 2: Capt. Kim Boka, Patty Brod. 




ACTIVITIES/193 



SPIRITS '79 



Who has more spirit than the 
state store? The Euclid Senior 
High School Spirit Club for 
1978, that's who! The school 
enthusiasts put forth much ef- 
fort to raise school spirit by 
coming in every Wednesday 
night for sign painting par- 
ties and by going to games. Do 
they enjoy it? They sure do!!! 







ACTIVITIES '79/194 



STUDENT 
COUNCIL 





ROW 1; Steve Lausin. Chris Perryman, Linda Misch. Carrie Shuster. Eric Jochurrn, Lisa Sibert, Dinah Grdina. Nanette Di Tomaso, Kevin Kai- 
fesh, Jim Waschura ROW 2: Lori Thompson. Debbie Waterman, Rob Formica. Cheryl Smith, Helene Lusoski. ROW 3: Duane Foy, Bob Dalic, 
Jane BarteL Ken Bernaki, Michelle Blase. Kim Boka. Tern Bate, Amy Arnold ROW 4: Janet Snyder, Kim Terrill, Gary Collins, VIki Centa. Lisa 
Cerjan, Jo Ann Motuza, Jeanne Dommer ROW 5: Kiaren Walters, Nancy Taulien, Laura Novosel, Becky Tancredi, Lori Oberaltis. Laura Draxler. 
Meg D Anna 




STUDENT COUNCIL/195 



Jane Bartel. Treas- 
urer; Eric Jochum, 
President; Lori 
Thompson, Sec- t^ 

retary 




STUDENT COUNCIL 



CON'T 



Student Council is a student government 
organization that tries to keep the school in 
line from the student's point of view. They 
sponsor Homecoming and Winter Festival 
besides allowing us to have a Coke Machine 
and numerous other activities. All this is 
done to help us get through the school year. 





Nanette DITomaso, Vice President 



METAL 
SCULPTURE 

In the industrial section of 
the school, a group of imagin- 
ative and artistic students 
solder their ideas together. 
These students learn to work 
with metals to create a new 
form of art under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Germock. When 
they finish, their creations 
prove their skill to form an 
illusion with metal. 



Row 1: Cheryl Tuory. Crystal. Wendy Cerbin, 
Joanna Buck. Mr, Germock Row 2: Bill Fur- 
ley. George Newcomb. Kevin Zailer. Jeff 
Hegeous, Rob Crombie 



ACTIVITIES/196 




JUNIOR CLASS 



Row 1. Left to Right: Carol 
Hanson, Sandy Morgan, Naomi 
Higaki, Diane Cibrik. Laura Sele- 
man, Sunlta Gupta, Laura Norton, 
Debbie Grubb, Patti Purvis, Kattiy 
DeMarco. Row 2: Diane Fakult, 
Karen Nalniger, Ellen Kessler, 
Svetlana Beros. Eileen Welton, 
Beth Laufer, Vicki Centa, Jane 
Bartel, Chris Redman, Jackie 
Morabito. Row 3: Millie Jarc, 
Jackie Hall, Josie Jarc, Jill 
Badstibner. Donata Schultz, 

Duane Foy, Joe Mersnic, Jeff 
Potokar, Joe Harbert, Cathy 
PeDone. Row 4: Jackie Reider, Sue 
Nemeth, Georgine Kormos, Rosie 
Nacinivich, Debbie Pagan, Ken 
Bernacki, Scott Bratton, Ram 
Parker, Nancy French, Sabrina 
Martinak. 



SOPH. CLASS 




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Row 1, Left to Right; (Cabinet) Nancy French, Naomi Higaki, Carol 
Hanson, Sandy Morgan, Josie Jarc. Row 2: Pam Parker, Joe Harbert, Joe 
Mersnick, Ken Bernacki, Jeff Potokar, Rosie Nacinoyich, Millie Jarc. 



Row 1, Left to Right: Sandy Snyder, 
Char Gole, Angie Tyler, Sharon 
Knack Denise Myers. Kathy Kehn. 
Row 2: Linda Lawrence, Tammy 
Corbran, Dawn Ehrhart, Doug Leu. 
Row 3: Bill Sowers. 




ACTIVITIES/ 197 



POWDER PUFF 



It's Blue vs. Gold in the one of the most ex- 
citing football games of the year. Yes, this 
does prove that girls can play football just 
as rough as the guys. The only thing that girls 
do better and look nicer doing is cheerleading 
or being a majorette! But the guys tried hard. 
After a hard fought game, the competition 
was ended in sudden death overtime with the 
score of 14-14. 





Row 1: D Fowler. N Walters: N Bregitaer; L Oberaitis: K Kirtchner, N. Bregitzer; J Fette, E. DeLambo Row 2 C. Simpson; F. Claybough; 
C. Petrick; C. Tice, K Boka; C Nelson: L, Sibert; D Grdnia: M Krnc; Row 3: P SantoreUr K Remarcyk L Keyes- L T Bates: C Perryman; 
J. Slejko; K, Webster; K. Sidman 





GOLD TEAM 

K. Sidman; M. Ernie; T. Schembre; M Joyce; G Frederking; M. Rezona; D King; S Petrich; D Gorjup Row 2: J Mason; D Paul. C Haines; N. 
Gundling; L. Cerjan; P. Smith; C- Shuster; K, Brentar. M Mews; D. Murphy; B. Tancredi; E. Jochum Row 3: G Kuchta; J Buck. S Vanah; C. 
Perryman; J. Matuza; L. MIsch; K. Remarcyk, J, Dommer; D Bukovic; J Kato; B Debevec 




TIME OUT FOR GINGER 
1978 FALL PLAY 




Bob Crane: Jim Bour; Matt D'Amico; Jackie Schultz: Julie Nagode; Laura Novosel: Jackie Morabito: Melody Musick: Dave Eros 




ACTIVITIES/200 



Decisions, decisions 





The Fall Play, Time Out for 
Ginger, was a delightful comedy 
of the changing status of young 
women in today's society. Ginger, 
played by Jackie Morabito, is an 
energetic, young athlete who 
wishes to prove something to her- 
self by making the high school foot- 
ball team. Excellent performances 
were given by Laura Novosel, who 
played the outraged principal, and 
Dave Eros, who played the con- 
fused father. 



CAST 



Liz Dawn Dureiko 

Agnes Melody Musick 

Howard Dave Eros 

Joan Julie Nagode 

Jeanne Jackie Schultz 

Ginger Jackie Morabito 

Eddie Davis Matt D'Amico 

Tommy Green .Jim Bour 

Mrs. Wilson Laura Novosel 

Ed Hoffman Bob Crane 




■MMMMKl'ir'*''f"S 



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GYM LEADERS 

Gym leaders assist in teaching the 
physical education classes at Euclid 
High. They take attendance, referee 
games, and demonstrate various 
techniques used in gym. They are 
dedicated to the usefulness of physical 
fitness of the school. Through various 
money raising activities such as, 
flower sales and bake sales, they are 
able to come up with the funds to do 
things together as a group. 




Left to Right, Top Row; (Officers) Cheri Strah, Mrs. Fox Second Row: 
Meg D'Anna, Jan Stanek, Kathy Rymarczyk. Bottom Row: Jan Udovich. Karen 
Rymarczyk 




Left to Right, Row 1: Meg D'Anna, 
Chen Strah, Jan Stanek, Karen 
Rymarczyk, Jan Udovich, Row 2: 
Feroiynn Powell, Diane Cibrik. 
Svetlana Beros, Vickie Chapman, 
Mickey Boloeanoff, Maureen Du- 
pay, Lisa Wardiener Terri 
Mackanos. Row 3: Mary Jo 
Balazs, Dawn Dureiko, Laura 
Seleman, Carol Hanson. Louise 
Ferryman, Carrie Schuster, Martha 
Eyman, Marje Rapes, Lori Thomp- 
son. 



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SWIM LEADERS 

The water may be cold, but by the end of 
swimming, even the most avid landiovers, ap- 
preciate the help of these skillful leaders. 
Supervised by Mr. Resch, these students accept 
the responsibilities of teaching others to swim 
correctly. They are also in charge of taking at- 
tendance, getting equipment needed, and con- 
ducting warm up exercises. 








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ROW 1: (I to r) Michelle Lonchar, Jane Bartel, Nancy French, Julie Skur ROW 2: Mark Carney, Todd Reese. Denise Eiermann. Joe Connelly 
Karen Johnson. Linda Hansen, Laura Zebold, John Mullin, Greg Pyle. Beth Laufer, Barb Moeller, Mark Powers ROW 3: Debbie Reider, Kathy 
DeMarco Patty Hastings, Linda Francetic, Millie Jarc, Mark Krnce, Greg Savernik, Dave Eros ROW 4: Joe Bacchi, Bob Clarke. Nathan 
Holland Ellen Kessler, Josie Jarc 




Officers. Left to Right: Nancy French, Historian, Anne Shilander, President, J 
Secretary, Shelley Miller, Treasurer. Not pictured; Pam Parker, Vice President 



ane Palmkas. 



WAI NAPOLO 

The 1978-1979 Wai Napolo 
Swim Team trained every Monday 
and Wednesday to perfect their 
aquatic skills in synchronized 
swimming. They not only learned 
how to scull and stay afloat at the 
same time but complicated stunts 
which were used for their annual 
swim show. The two adults who 
are in charge of this year's swim 
club, Miss Laura Fondran and Miss 
Judy Carmody, deserve a big 
thank you for all their time and 
encouragement given to the club. 
This talented swim club is an as- 
set to Euclid Senior High School. 





Wai Napolo Members: Clockwise: Pam Smith, Nancy Gundling, Wendy Wright. Darlene Bowins, Diane Perusek. Holly King, Marcia Pierce, 
Cathy Berlan, Diane Andrews, Linda Lawrence, Laura Zebold, Shelley Miller, Nancy French, Anne Shilander, Jennifer Thomas, Jane Palmkas, 
Hannah Gleisser, Sabrina Martinak, Jeanne Busher, Lora Hanson. Not Pictured: Pam Parker 



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Bottom Row: Left to Right: Marilyn Mechle. Ctiris Kucmanic, Charlette Brown, Beth Laufer, Char Gole, Row Two: Dan Himmelman, Debbie 
Grubb. Mimi Erne, Ellen Kessler. Kelly Clevenger, Joe Mersnik, Wendy Wright. Sandy Frank. Jane Shunk, Sally Jones, Eileen Welton. Rosemary 
Sulkowski. 




SKI CLUB 

This year's Ski Club met during Jan- 
uary and February on Thursdays to go 
skiing. They were able to afford these 
trips to Boston Mills from their hard- 
working candy campaign. The Ski Club 
members were very lucky this year in 
having very good skiing weather. 
These students should be proud of 
themselves for the improvement of 
skills needed in this fast-moving and 
exhilarating sport. 



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SENIOR 
CLASS 

This year's Senior Class 
was very successful in all 
they did. The Senior Class 
was in charge of organizing 
and putting on the Powder 
Puff football games bet- 
ween the Blue and Gold 
Senior girls. The Senior 
class also put together Sen- 
iot Talent Night. Their ef- 
forts were all paid off when 
the success of Senior Prom 
became evident. 




Senior Class Front Row: Kim Boka. Nancy Taulein, Laurie Oberaitis, Row 2: Katie Kirchner, Ginnie Fred- 
erking, Ram Atkins, Mimi Rezona, Carrie Shuster, Kathy Rymarczyk, Lisa Cerjan. Terry Baitt. Laura 
Novosel. Joinn Mullen, Row 3: Connie Walsh. Betty Martin, Donna Miller, Jan Stanek, Tma Wade, Kathy 
Suschak, Becky Tancredi, Matt DAmico Row 4: Jim Waschura, Marybeth Legen, Dave Eros, Tom Was- 
hur 1 I ] 11 I Pt i«l- I Nil. II. .Ir O w , Kuchta, Karen Rymarczyk. 





SENIOR 
CABINET 



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Ad Club Bottom Row: Renne Osborne. Ram 
Adkins, Nancy Heimsoth, Colleen Campbell 
Row 2: Kim Terrill, Amy Arnold, Char Gole, 
Jackie Morabito Row 3; Chris Bednar. Diane 
Cavell, Sharon Harth, Jeanine Swoboda. 




AD CLUB 

The talented girls who sell 
you a ticket to home games 
are members of the Ad Club. 
They also assist the Faculty 
Manager in helping to pro- 
mote high school sports. They 
should be commended for the 
professional way they handle 
their jobs. 



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EUCLIDIAN 



EDITORS 



The Euclidian is tinis school's answer for pre- 
serving the events of the year. The editors, as- 
sistant editors, photographers, and staff do 
their best to produce a great yearbook full of 
facts, fun, and fantasy. 




Activities editor, Cheryl Petrick 



Activities right-hand person. Elaine Ayers 





Senior editor, Mimi Erne 



Faculty editor, Joanna Buck 



Head Photographer, Jim Millar 



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EUCLIDIAN VS. SURVEY 

On November 5th, the first Euclidian vs Survey foot- 
ball game was played. The two rival teams went into 
the game with confidence and the will to win. The 
game ended as the Survey team edged over the Eu- 
clidians by one point. The final score was 8 to 7. 
Congratulations to both teams for making this event 
something to remember in the coming years. 




Run, Jim. run! 




Euclidian Members: Row 1 {I to r): Carol Chase: Brian Reno: David Jedahowski: Dale Grubb; Sue Davidson- Jackie Mi- 
helcic: Joanna Buck: Millie Jarc: Donata Sclnultz: Debi Lewin: Chris Tice: Row 2: Nameless Christian- Kelley Clevanger- 
Judy Mast: Ann Wintle: Svetlana Beros: Eileen Welton: John Brentar: Joe Mersnik: Diane Cibnk: Row 3 Scott Wright- Mimi 
Ernie: Colleen Driscoll: Bob Zagore: Mike Kupfer: Cathy Santa: Kathy DeMarco: Hannah Gleisser: Chris Bednar- Karen 
Brentar: Sue Nemeth; Carol Hanson: Jim Simeo: 




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Survey Members: Bottom (I to r): Art Buanno: Judy Krnc: Greg Schalk; Andrea Buanno; Patty Purvis; Jan Udovich Middle 
(I to r): Sharon Synk; Jackie Zorko: Terry Donner; Dawn Ehrhart; Robbie Packer; Sabrina Martinak; Marcia Myers; Sandy 
Nicholls. Ann Zak; Georgene Kormos Top (I to r): Johin Eros; Svetlana Beros; Joe Mersnik; Naomi Higaki; Carol Hanson; 
Linda Francetic; Claudia McChancy; Donna Furman; Joe Harbert; Sue Nemeth 




How come rivals make the best playmates? 



ACTIVITIES/211 



SURVEY BUSINESS STAFF 





Front Row: Karen Garapic, 
Jim Mullally. Linda Pelrolo; 
Row 2: Mary Beth Ficere, 
Michelle McCluskey, Chris 
Mullens, Mr. Mize. 




SURVEY 



The Survey is Euclid High's es- 
teemed newspaper. They feature 
movie and restaurant reviews as 
well as school activities, sports 
news, and the opinions of the stu- 
dents. The Survey comes out about 
once a month. 

(Right) Advisors: Mr. Antonini and Mr. McGuinness 
(bottom) Editors-in-Chiefs: Donna Furman and Claudia 
McChancy 





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LETTERMAN 

The Letterman Club has 
been a service type club 
for the past 15 years. The 
activities that have been 
most productive are Don- 
key Basketball Games, Euc- 
lid High 'Mug' sales, Lift- 
a-thon Drives. The money 
derived from these activit- 
ies has been used to sup- 
port athletics in the high 
school- mainly our weight 
room facilities. 



Bottom Row: Left to Right; Marty Zupancic, Eric Jochum. Vince Malone. Bob Debevc, Dave Nichting, 
Jeff Schroll. Bob Bokar. Top Row: Gary Kuchta. Greg Barnauskas. Jay Attwood, Carl Pungerchar, Bill 
Bildstein, Chip Neff, Mark Bukovec, Tim Yerman, Coach Seymour, 




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WINTER PLAY 

MORE THAN MEETS 

THE EYE 



This year's Winter Play was a light comedy 
titled, More Than Meets The Eye. It was 

performed on February 1,2, and 3rd. Stanley, 
portrayed by Dave Eros, was a children's 
author. Being embarrassed by writing child- 
ren's novels, he used a ghost name of a grand- 
mother. Stanley got into more trouble by win- 
ning the "Grandmother of the Year" award. 
Instead of confessing his pen name, Stanley 
went along with the con. Some outstanding 
actors and actresses were Laura Novosel, 
David Eros, and John Eros. 






Dust waits for no man!! 




CAST 



Maude Laura Novosel 

Peggy Jackie Morabito 

Denise Fetko 

Nora Amy Arnold 

Christine Julie Nagode 

Stanley David Eros 

Bradley Jim Bour 

Prudence Harper Dana Salem 

Carl Henderson Jim Choromanski 

Cyril B. Hoskins John Eros 

Miss Jenkins Melody Musick 



ACTIVITIES/215 



WINTER FESTIVAL 




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THE DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES 




ACTIVITIES/217 



WINTER FESTIVAL COURT 




JILL WHALING, GARY COLLINS, MARY BETH LIGAN. DON KING, MARK KORDIC, CHRIS FERRYMAN, JAY ATTWOOD, JANE BARTEL, KING JACK 
SHELDON, QUEEN LISA SIBERT 




JUNIOR ATTENDANTS: JANE BARTEL, JAY ATTWOOD 



SOPHOMORE ATTENDANTS; GARY COLLINS, JILL WHALING 



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KING JACK SHELDON AND QUEEN LISA SIBERT 



SENIOR ATTENDANTS: MARY BETH LEGAN, CHRIS FERRYMAN. DON KING. MARK KORDIC 






SYMPHONIC BAND 




Percussion: (left to right) Devin Wilson, Steve Kurrent, Tom Balasz, Kevin 
Kelley, Eric Besseiman- 



I can't play, i broke my nail! 




Brass: (left to right) Row 1: 
Marty Talty, Tom Galon, 
Bob Penicka, Brian Reno, 
David Hershey. Paul Klo- 
der, Mike Hone. Row 2: Stan 
Matras. John Arnold, Gary 
Summerhill, Bob Thompson, 
Doug Rawlings. Linda Fran- 
cetic, Scott Johnson, Neil 
Bierer Row 3: Paul Cala- 
brese, Greg Andersky. Not 
Pictured: Dave Treichel- 



Woodwinds: '(left to right) Row 1: Judy 
Braun, Jackie Hall, Robbie Packer, Leslie 
Johnson, Ruthanne Kubik. Row 2: Debi 
Lewin, Debbie Reider, Sue Nemeth, Judy 
Hasse, Heidi Cerbin, Lori Tepley, Sharon 
Synk, Patty Drienka, Row 3: Bob Blevins, 
Karen Mackel, T.J. Theodore, Jim Mc- 
Chancy, Mary Beth Hungerford, Chris 
Tice, Kathy Lemmon, Barry Mitan. Row 4: 
Don Mal,one, Mark Juratovic, Bob Martin, 
John Emser, Lisa Schieman, Mark Wal- 
ters. Not Pictured: Maria Sajn 




CONCERT BAND 





2 Percussion(left to Right) Keith Stumpf. Tom Hink. Chris Owens, Ken Johnson 
John Rose. 




2 Brass:Row l:Nav Singh, Brian Speroff, Mike 
Kalka, Dave Bukovec, Dale Grubb. Row 2:Gary 
Lesnik, Ralph ZittkowskI, Gary Beadle, Jim Fakult. 
Dan Reichert, Row 3:Bob EIze, Richard Crino, Tom 
Boschi, Geoff Pritchard, JohnVolota.Paul Rossman, 
Karl Besselman Row 4:Ken Burton, Glen Zerby, 
Mark Shimonek, Tim KornoskI, Mark Gordon, 
Charlie Booms, Phil Srnlk. 



2 Winds:Row 1: Christine Pate, Re- 
nee Sly, Judy Krnc, Sally Jackson, 
Diane Reed. Row 2: Don Knific, Ted 
Fabec, Dave McGraw, Mark Kroflna, 
Dave Woodruff, Joe Porten. Row 3: 
Ray SImpkins, Mike Handford, Mike 
Cotter, Diane Andrews, Mike Malone, 
Margie Stephens, Barb Starr, Chris 
Horvath. Row 4: Scott Bratton, Ed 
Petric, Joe Novak, Rich Horvat, Dan 
Bauer, Jim Gordon, Tom Ruslch, 
Marty Jones, Denlse Szabo. 




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ORCHESTRA 

The 1979 edition of the orch- 
estra brough beautiful music to 
the listener's ear. Under the dir- 
ection of Mr. Hudson, these ta- 
lented students were able to im- 
prove their musical talent. The 
young musicians brought to the 
high school a deeper respect 
for the pleasure of listening to 
classical music. 



Front row: Left to Right: Janine Swoboda. Chris Salopek, Janlne Kato, Beth Hook, Frank Insana, 
Terry Boggs. Back Row: David Ponsart. Jeff Griffen. Patty Hastings, Mark Lawyer, Lori Stevko. 



STAGE 
BAND 

That steady and loud 
beat you heard throughout 
the halls Wednesday after- 
noons was not the E-room 
jukebox but the sound of 
talented musicians. The 
sounds that they produced 
not only cleared your eyes 
but gave you something to 
stomp your feet about. 
Their upbeat music brought 
a spirit of joy and exhiliar- 
ation to everyone who list- 
ened. Their many concerts 
provided happiness to 
everyone who heard them. 



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Row One: left to right: Don Malone, Jim McChancy, Scott Bratton, Bob Martin, Mary Beth Hungerford. Row 
Two: Judy Hasse, Neil Beirer, Linda Francetic, Doug Rawlings. Row Three: Gary Lesnick. David Hershey 
Brian Reno. Dale Grubb. Dave Treischel, Mike Hone. 




Row One: David 
Beal. Row Two: 
Kevin Kelly, Steve 
Kurrent, Mark 
Lawyer, Diane 
Fakult. Tom Bal 
azs. 





I.Q.S. 



International Quill and 
Scroll is a small, select group, 
outstanding journalists who 
have donated their time and 
efforts to the Euclidian , 
Eucu yo, and the Survey. All 
members should feel honored 
with their achievements in 
the field of journalisim. 



Back Row (L-R): Jim Millar, Elaine Ayers, Sue Nemeth, Kathy DeMarco, Cheryl Patrick, Svetlana 
Beros, Hannah Gleisser Front Row: Jill Badstibner, Carol Hanson, Minni Erne, Helene Lusoski, Jackie 
Mihelcic. (EUCLIDIAN) 




Andrea Buanno, Cathy Santa. Julie Fifik. Tern Donner 



Andrea Buanno, Svetlana Beros, Donna Furman, Carol Hanson, (lying) 
Greg Schalk 






CHORAL MASTERS (listed alphabetically): Pam Adklns, Jeff Anderson. Jason Bailey. Rosemane Bene. Laura Bennett, Svetlana Beros. Darlene 
Bowins, Ellen Buck. Joanna Buck. Lisa Cerjan, Laura Chukayne. Diane Cibrick. Meg Clements. Matt D'Amico. George Demyanctiik. Julie Diem- 
itrov. Cindy Downie. David Eros. Rob Frank. Ginnie Frederking. Chris Gordon. Debbie Grubb. Renee Hall. Linda Hansen, Ken Klebak. Ruth Hom- 
mel. Judy Hornung. Mikki lafelice. Karen Johnson. Cindy Just. Ellen Kast. Rich Kidder. Katie Kirchner. Georgene Kormos. Sue Legan. Tom 
Liddy. Teresa Loraw. Laurie Malone. Mary Marks. Ann Masterson. Jeanne Matuch. Jeff Mavsar. Donna Miller. SaraMiller. Barb Moeller. Jackie 
Morabito. John Mullen. Melody Musick. Julie Nagode. Ed Noles. Nancy Nordman. Laurie Norton. Laura Novosel. Laurie Oberaitis. Sherri Ora- 
zem. Renee Osborne. Julie Otcasek. Susan Pahle. Debbie Paul. Janet Phillips, Cindi Rhyne. Linda Sauerman, Greg Savernik. Lisa Schieman. 
Jackie Schultz, Dennis Sedlak, Ann Shilander, Julie Skur, Suzanne Tekanic, Cynthia Vallee, Tom Washura, Dan Weiss, Eileen Welton, Cindy 
Woide, Debbie Zuzek 



CHOIRS 

This year's choirs, directed by 
Ronald Morgan, brought musical 
enjoyment to the rest of the 
school. The tenth grade choir was 
accomplished in their perform- 
ances during the winter and spring 
concerts. The Choral Masters are 
made up of juniors and seniors. 
They enlightened everybody with 
their musical talents on Channel 
43's Christmas special. The Var- 
sity Chorale is another choir in the 
high school. This special group 
practices as an extra-curricular 
activity. Their performances 
brought happiness to everyone 
listening. All of these choral 
members should truly be proud 
of their participation in their 
musical endeavors. 




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VARSITY CHORALE Row 1 (L-R): Matt D'Amico, Jeff Mavsar, Jeff Anderson, John Mullen, George Demyancfiik Row 2: Laura Novosel, Ginnie 
Frederking, Judy Hornung, Katie Kirchner, Mimi Rezjona, Melody Musick Row 3: Greg Savernik, Svetlana Beros, Tom L;ddy, Julie Skur, 
David Eros, Cindy Woide, Tom Wascfnura 




10th GRADE CHOIR Row 1 (L-R): Lisa Son, Katie Cavan, Jill Nemecek, Jane Shunk, Steve Lausin, Jim Cater, Gia Raffaele, Linda Bozak, Betfi 
Mabel, Sfielley Ferrara, Nancy Takiguctii Row 2: Kim Ames, Kim Konet, Denise Myers, Barb Prizzi, Ken Ferlito, John Renshaw, Mark Cefaratti, 
Sharon Lesler, Lisa Berzin, Linda Boone, Dana Salem Row 3: Kelly Denihan, Connie Bell, Kelly Clevenger, Tern Aspinwall, Debby Skula Row 
4: Carol Chase, Cathy Jones, Janet McCloskey, Bill Musick, Ed Zigman 



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P.A. ANNOUNCERS 

"Good Morning, today is ... " 
TInose are tine cheery voices of 
our morning announcers. They 
are essentia! in providing im- 
portant information such as 
club meetings, sports results, 
doughnut sales. It is very re- 
freshing to be awakened by 
these informative students, who 
are very enthusiastic about 
their jobs. 




Announcers: David Eros, Karen Garapic, Jim Bour 



MEDIA 
AIDS 

The students involv- 
ed in this group have a 
very important job. 
They provide the stu- 
dents with a break in 
the monotony of the 
classroom by delivering 
various audio and vis- 
ual equipment to aid 
the teachers with their 
lessons. They also tape 
all sports events so the 
coaches can view the 
games and work on the 
weak spots in the team. 
This is an important 
service to our educat- 
ional system. 




MEDIA AIDES, kneeling, Laura Ledonne, Gary Collins, Row 2. Dave Eros, Tim Korynoski, Greg Andersky. 
Steve Kurrent, Stan Rozic, Row 3, Linda Calilian, Janet Bork; Connie Bell, Annette Batya. 



SPORTS 
AIDES 

Track Aides, Wrestling 
Aides, and Swim Timers keep 
score, time, and run errands 
for the coaches. These price- 
less students are a great help 
for the athletic program here 
at Euclid. 




TRACK AIDES 

Row 1 (I to r): Jackie Morabito, Janet Snyder, Renee Osborne, Colleen Campbell, Mary Jo Hulin, 
Nancy Heimsoth, Row 2: Julie Nagode, Judy Most, Ann Wintle, Heidi Cerbin, Kathy Lemmon, Diane 
Reese. 



Row 1 (I to r): Karen Busdieck- 
er, Lori Zivkovich, Dennise 
Eireman, Laura Bratina, Nancy 
Mato, Nancy Schmitt, Carol 
McAuthur; Middle, Kim Bur- 
rows, Kim Antonick, Sharon 
Lesler. Angie Boka. Linda Sul- 
livan, Sue Leonhardt: Bottom, 
Gina Evans, Lori Hone, Sue 
Gallagher, Eileen O'Brien. 




Row 1 (I to r): Judy Horning, Laura Zebold, Nancy French, Chris Redman, Meg Clements, Connie Marsh, Row 2: Julie Nagode, 
Jackie Morabito, Susie Meglich, Joy Black. Debi Lewin, Donata Schultz, Louise Pardi, Seated in front of Row 1: Donna Miller, 
Laura Novosel-co-captains. 






HORSEMANSHIP 

Members of the Horsemanship 
Club learn the basic skills of riding 
techniques and proper care and 
maintenance of horses. 



standing (L-R): Mrs. Smith, Jane Siedel Seated: Laurie 
Bennett, Anne Mane DiTorro 



FOREIGN 
STUDENTS 

These students, who came from di- 
verse backgrounds, share in the exper- 
ience of our culture while we, in return, 
share in their culture. 





PINOCHLE 

Under the supervision of Mr. Sallach, 
these students meet periodically to engage 
in a friendly game of cards, which gives 
them a chance to improve skills and have 
fun. 



Counter clockwise; Elise DeLambo. Lori DeLambo, Mr. Sallach. 
Meg Clements. 



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BATTLE OF THE CLASSES 79 





D.C.T. Front 
Stevko, Pau 
Schmidt, Mr 



Row (L-R): Kathye Turner, Dawn Bussey, Stefanie Potichny, Richard Pappas, Diane Jagielski, Brian McCluskey Row 2: Mike 
McFadden, Jim Cek, Tom Huldermen, Steve Cetinsky Back Row: Ed Shaner, Mike Bruening, Sue Jarmuskiewicz, Ken 



D.C.T. 



The D.C.T. program at Euclid High is a 
workstudy program that deals with industrial 
and health occupations. Students go to 
school in the morning and work at job train- 
ing stations in the afternoon. 



DECA 



Distributive Education Clubs of America is a 
vocational course that prepares students for 
the exciting retail world! We learn how to sell, 
run a retail store, budget our money, and do 
our tax returns. We work in actual jobs, for 
which we receive grades. 



D.E. Class Front Row (L-R): Sue Vanah, Gary Rail Row 2: Sherri Walls, Jeff Jones Row 3: Amy Goodfellow, Tom Weglarz, Frank Kovac. 
Lynn Nocera, Dan Longstreth Row 4: Debbi Selvaggio, Tern Kaneen, Donna Weindel, Chris Roper, Scott Payment, Joanne McCaskie. 
Andrea MacLeodI, Patty Launa Row 5: Mark Bordonaro, Diane Penko, Steve Medves. 




THANKS FOR THE HELP ON THE '79 YEARBOOK 




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CHILD CARE 

Held at Noble School, these 
students become involved 
with the preschool classes 
run there. They teach the 
children basic English, Math, 
science, and history, as well 
as songs, plays, and games. 



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Jr. Child Care Class Row 1: Jenny Wylie, Theresa Smiddy, Laura PogorelskI, Terri Weber, Pam 
Parker, Patty Schultz. Karen Wonderly Row 2: Angle Dombroksy, Kelly Sibert, Sue Nunnally, Sharon 
Schiller 








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Sr, Child Care Class — First Row: 
Leslie Henderson, Kelly Kinsey. 
Kathy Sladek; Row 2: Sue McCoy, 
Sharon Bolsar, Janet Pridemore, 
Renee Fanara; Row 3: Robin 
Vaughan, Kathy Albanese. Phyllis 
Miller, Pam Schultz, Mrs. Gordon 




AUTO 

Automotives is a two year 
course in how to fix cars. 
These determined me- 
chanics learn how to fix 
anything on any type of car. 
For practice, many people 
bring their cars to these 
students for a slight fee. 



Automotives II (I to r): Bottom Row: Dave Wolf, Steve Golinar, Sam Ventura, Bob Suchevits, Ed Modic, 
Gene Brokon, Jim Pivonik. Rovj; 2: Doug Sisson, Mike Langdon, Brian Klun, Mike O'Neill, Bob Morris, 
Glen Schwartz, Chuck Meyers, Dave Pysell, Lou Caplick. Bill Werstak 




AUTOMOTIVES 1 (I to r) ROW 1 Dan 
Bosco, Bill Fierle, Bill Shega John 
Fowie, Jeff Sidak, Gary Saba Chuck 
Galer ROW 2: Pete Troha Dave Ice 
Ray Burris, Dan Heglaw Jack Wendel 
ROW 3: Larry Ede, Ron Kotar Dan Ross 
Jim Ferencak, Kevin Print NOT PIC 
TURED: Rick Hrvatski, Jamie Sherman 
Dom Scheid, Gary Novsek, Karl Wendel, 
Joe Klepac 



VOCATIONAL ART 

Vocational Art allows the 
student to improve his special 
skills as an artist. The students 
are now preparing for a future 
in sketching, painting, and other 
types of art. They not only dec- 
orate the halls with their beau- 
tiful artwork but offer their ser- 
vices to other clubs and activi- 
ties. 




Left 10 Right. Row 1, (Voc Art II) Sue Capello, Pat Young Row 2 Jill Harich. Diane Graziano. 
Becky Miller. Dawn Mulholland. Greg Pecnik, Mr Patton. Karen Rossi. Not Present: Sharon 
Solnosky, Nancy Samuel. Eugene Mulraney. Debbie Trepes. Nick Fisher. Jan Gilbert. Tina 
Schembre. 



Row i . Lett to Right: (Voc. Art I) Sherri Holomek, 
Mr. Patton, A! Lottos, Cliff Norton, Greg 
Hennon, Row 2: Mike Voase. Joe Bunch, 
Claudia Carlson. Benita Benedick. Diana 
Meyenberg. Marian lannacci. Cheryl Pular, 
Tina Seachrist, 




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Junior Stenography. Seated: Mrs. Maureen Huefner First Row: Robi Seeder, Vici<i Krcal, Carol Bessler, Laurie Artzner, Andrea Schembre, 
Yvonne Zurga. Mrs. Gretchen Dean Row 2: Kate Kotar, Nancy Lombardi, Debbie Cup, Renee Rose, Kathy DeMarco, Laurie DeLuca. Regina 
Cirota, Eileen Criado, Pat Miller Standing: Kathy Ludvik. Debbie Nerousky 



STENOGRAPHY 

No, just because you couldn't read those 
funny curves and lines, it wasn't an ancient 
method of communication. This was the 
stenographer perfecting her skill of short- 
hand. Shorthand was only one of the countless 
office techniques the stenographers learned. 
These girls were interested in the business 
world of America. Many fund-raising cam- 
paigns helped to cover their expenses. 




Senior Stenography Row 1: Ivana Rozman, Tami Chrestoff, Stella Tortorici, Kerry Nelson, Pat West Row 2: Helen Strle, Nancy Penko, 
Marilyn Wata. Mary Thompson, Carol Haines Row 3: Mary Beth Legan, Mary Fuerst, Bernie Markiewicz, Jenny Boros, Chris Rolik 




ACTIVITIES/235 




CLERK TYPISTS 

Students in the office education classes 
joined the Clerk Typists Club to develop leader- 
ship abilities and vocational competence by 
participating in vocational education and 
various civic and social activities. Through 
a number of sales, money was raised to pay 
for field trips and guest speakers. 



SENIORS 

Joanna Bucilli; Caria Sam- 
ton; Jeannette Gettes: 
Cathy Bregy; Linda Lang; 
Sandy Coulter: Noreen Rag- 
gets, Monika Mews; Angela 
Toigo; Mary Znidarsic; 
Cathy Phillips, Beth Hoon 





JUNIORS 

Donna Wisniewski; Natalie 
Redlna. Roseann DiVincenzo: 
Johnna Cook; Roseanne De- 
Mattie, Tern Meyers; Donna 
Ferrara; Rachel Mann; Berna- 
dette Hannan Not Pictured 
Sally Federico 



JR. 
ACCOUNTING 



Row 1: John Monacelli; Sheila Dickens: Barb 
Saley; Lisa Littleton: Helen Linane: Mary Moses: 
Sandy Cukera: Linda Warner: Deron Malenda 
Row 2: Denise Szabo: Lenore Berk: Marion 
Klun: Patty Dolsen: Lori Rogers: Bill Hall: 
Mario Pinjuh: Not Pictured Nena Yeckley 















SR 
ACCOUNTING 



Tonita May. Kelly Santon: Cindy Kleinhenz; 
Michelle Walker; Donna Gorjup; Elise De- 
Lambo: Jan Slejko: Latresa Pollard: Frank 
Clabough: Linda Waters: Dean Fazio; Tami 
Taylor: Karen Rymarczyk 




ACTIVITIES/237 




JR. DATA 
PROCESSING 



Row 1: Donna Weslee: Jim Rosenberger; Sharon 
Holland; Shoshanna Goshen; Janice Lexa; Bonnie 
Bydash; John Kovalec; Jim Reeves; Brian Schrock 
Mr. Stupica Row 2: Maria Yanko; Maureen Mc Gill 
Ruth Schuenemann; Arlene Bowins. Lisa Fiorelli 
Andy Barnauskas; Mike Braidich. Tom Bell Row 3 
Margie O'Donnell 



SR. DATA 
PROCESSING 



Row 1; Joe Doyle. Kurt Pluta; Rich Bozak; 
Sandy Rash; Dennis Hicken; Mary Ficere, 
Karen Garapic; Diane Turner Row 2 Chris 
Mullins; Rachelle Ricci. Bill Holmes. Dottie 
Schafer; Michelle McCluskey 





Under the direc- 
tion of Mr. Mize and 
Mr. Stupica, juniors 
and seniors in Data 
Processing learned 
and gained a better 
understanding of 
the large world of 
computers and big 
business. These 

students were also 
assisted in develop- 
ing leadership 
qualities and com- 
petency in office 
occupations. 



COSMETOLOGY 

Euclidian Beauty School, lo- 
cated on Shore Center Drive, 
trains young girls to become 
beauticians. It is a two year 
vocational course in which the 
participants learn how to do 
sets, give manicures, and fa- 
cials, and take care of hair and 
face. At the end of the two years 
they must go to Columbus to 
take their state boards to be- 
come licensed beauticians. 




JUNIORS Donna Konecic: Tina Clark; Helen Marvin: Pam Whaling: Beth Kobar: Lucy Gra- 
binski; Debbie Tucheneck, Miss Micky: Karen Sump: LeeAnn Ecker: Sharon Lent: Jeanne 
Ellis; Donna Sim; Deanne Brzozowski 





SENIORS Row 1: Miss Micky: Tony Dally; Candy Kavon; Debbie Swanson; Sue Sivillo; Barb Ivancic; Patti Moris; Tony Kotar; Denise Bussey; 
Donna Fowler: Julie Seale: Patti Manion; Cathy Lorber; Becky Ledger; Nancy Umek Row 2: Denise Staso; Tina Clark: Linda Hinko; Mr. Di 
Paolo 



ACTIVITIES/239 




PHONE 



DIGtOVANNI 



480 EAST 200 ST. 



ADVERTISING/240 




Good Luck To The Class Of 1979 From 

RAIMOR STUDIOS 

Official Class Photographer 

750 East 185th Street 

481-1166 



ADVERTISING/241 



Congratulations 

Class Of 1979 

From 

NON-FERROUS METALS 

21721 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 44123 

531-3585 



ADVERTISING/242 



Congratulations From 
Your City Officials 






Tony J. Sustarsic 








Mayor 




Pres. Of 


Anthony Giunta 


Administrative Director 


Michael Kosmetos 


Council 


Patrick Rocco 


Law Director 


William DeMora 


Ward 1 


Ronald Kuhar 


Community Development 


Mark Jochum 


Ward 2 




Director 


Paul Oyaski 


Ward 3 


Donald Sheppard 


Finance Director 


William Mabel 


Ward 4 


Robert Lawyer 


Recreation Director 


Edward Eckart 


At Large 






Joseph Farrell 


At Large 






Gary Peterson 


At Large 






Edward Sustarsic 


At Large 




ADVERTISING/243 



EUCLID FOREIGN MOTORS, INC. 

Parts And Accessories 
Expert Service On Volkswagen Vehicles/Importer Of Pirelli 

Gislaved Tire 
Body Work/Painting Foreign And Domestic 




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Aft BODYSHOP 

^<i!(0- Jmports I 



Martin 
Lisac 
Milan 
Dekleva 



EICUI Fl 




19901 St. 

Clair 
Cleveland, 

Ohio 

44117 

481-6106 




FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 

22304 Lakeshore Blvd. 

731-3480 



IHDUmOH BLAZING & SOLDERING 

FOR ;^ I/VDU^TRV'' 




INDUCTION BRAZING 

AND 

SOLDERING 

21850 St. Clair Avenue 
486-8283 



244 ADVERTISING 



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Silvermarvs 

MALE 

SPORTSWEAR 

SPECIALIST 

Euclid Square Mall 




"Have It Your Way" 
400 Euclid Sq. Mall 




pLOWERAMA 



NA/E'RE the "PLANT PROFESSIONALS" 

"SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL TO SHARE" 




Euclid Square Mall 



Euclid, Ohio 



Randall Park Mall 

No. Randall, Ohio 



ADVERTISING/245 




ZONDERVAN 

FAMILY 
BOOKSTORE 

Euclid Square Mall 



Congratulations 
Class Of 1979 

Compliments Of 

SMITH'S 
RESTAURANT 



Good Luck 

Graduating 

Seniors 

From 

SIDEKICKS 




SALTER AUTO PARTS CO. 
INC. 

21149 Euclid Avenue 
"Inside Sherwood Plaza" 
486-3798 



P5:EWS0 




PRESSURE 
CASTINGS 



21500 St. Clair Ave 
481-5400 




REALTY. INC. 



Residential Offices 

Gallery Of Homes, 333 Babbitt Rd.- 

261-2300 

Gallery Of Homes, 7436 Mentor Ave.- 

946-6161 
Gallery Of Homes, Madison-428-1569 

Leasing, Commercial & Management 
27801 Euclid Ave. -289-0300 



Compliments Of 

LUIKART 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY 




MARK 
HAIRDRESSERS 



22308 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-1550 



ADVERTISING/247 



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Good Luck From WAI NAPOLO 



Best Wishes 
Class Of '79 

ROGERS JEWELERS 

Euclid Square Mall 



248/ADVERTISING 




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BILL" PAPP'S BODY SHOP, INC 



20980 St. Clair Ave. 
481-4333 




Subsidiary Of Daimer-Benz AG 




22221 St. Clair Ave. 
Euclid, Ohio 44117 



ADVERTISING/249 



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SBNiOfi^ H-/GH SCHOOL U6HT nf 
THE PRESEfSfT /^/VD FUTURE^ 
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STf^ONG VOICE Fofi TH-^ 

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OF STUDENT ecu A/C II, /^/v/D 
^OPE THfitT THE^ cjiuL 
CONTINUE, ro PR(^\rE STUOEAJl 
COUNClUS Eif^ELLENCE TO 
THE SCHOOL. 



250/ADVERTISING 




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V. PRESIDENT: ^W^xfe ^ow^ 
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TREASURER >_^I^ 

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WE'RE THE NEIGHBORHOOD 
PROFESSIONALS FOR YOU 




Tim Baur 



CENTURY 21, LEO BAUR, REALTOR 



486-1655 




Dl PAULO HOUSE OF BEAUTY 

911 EAST 222ND STREET 

261-7272 



nl/l* (j i 7i^ and Suii 

421 Eosf 200th Street • Euclid, Ohio 

486-0707 486-0721 

Coil Ahead For Your Toke-Ouf Order 

-FAMOUS FOR GOOD PIZZA 

AND NOW 

-DELICIOUS HOT OVEN SUDS 

AND THE 

-ALL-NEW GYROS SANDWICH 

WE DELIVER 



252/ADVERTISING 



BEST WISHES 




ELECTRIC COMPANY 

LICENSED ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
19401ST.CLAIRAVE. • CLEVELAND. OHIO 44117 • (216)481-7272 




Congratulations 
from 

RADIX WIRE 
COMPANY 



26260 LAKELAND Blvd. 
731-9191 




STOP LOOKING! 
The Odds are 100 to 1 We Have It 



FOREST CITY 
AUTO PARTS 



BEST WISHES 
from . . . 



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Man-GiLL 
cHeMicaL 



Euclid: 22460 Lakeland Blvd. 
289-5000 



OPEN Nites Til 10 P.M. 

Sunday 9 Til 5 P.M. 

All Credit Cards Honored Free Parking 



METAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS 
23000 SI Clair Ave , Cleveland, Ohio M117 • 216-486-5300 



ADVERTISING/253 




675 E. 185 St. 
481-6969 



CRYSTAL 

BAR BQ 

RESTAURANT 



22400 Lakeshore Blvd. 

261-2010 

34860 Vine St. 

942-1121 

Open 7 Days A Week 
24 Hours A Day 

Chicken 
And 
Subs 




BOTTOM HALF 



Euclid Sq. Mall 



Congratulations 
"Class Of 1979" 



K &G 

MACHINE 

COMPANY 



26981 Tungsten Rd. 
732-7115 



254/ADVERTISING 



Congratulations 

And 

Good Luck 

To The 

Class Of 

1979 

FRENCH'S 
PHARMACY 



26598 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6300 



Good Luck 
"Class Of 1979" 

EUROPA TRAVEL 



911 E. 185 St. 
692-1700 




RYBKA REALTY 



Edward F. Rybka-Broker 

Ted Thomas-Manager 

Broker 

Good Luck Class Of 1979 



IMULLALLY 

365 EAST 156lh STREET CLEVELAND OHIO 44110 



Best Of luck 
To Class Of 79 



ADVERTISING/255 



good/year 

" TIRES 




onsHmer 



Nobody, But Nobody Sells Tires for Less 



486-4300 

21900 St. Clair 



255-9154 

8443 Mentor 
Ave. 
Fastest, Finest, Friendliest Service 



Now,pay yourbills with 

^ll^^oney sennce . 
payer 




The easy way to pay your 
bills-byphoneorin person! 

Save time, check expense, and postage with 
the Money Service Bill Payer. Pay by phone 
24 hours a day, seven days a week, or in 
person at any Broadview office or any 
Pick-n-Pay supermarket. And, you earn 
interest on money that would otherwise earn 
nothing in a checking account. Get more 
information at Broadview or Pick-n-Pay. 

BROADVIEW SAVINGS 

^l^HI^^^^KrH^^oney service 

The Savings Connection at Pick-n-Pay 



Good 
Luck 
From 



RUSSELL 

MILLER 

GARAGE 



21800 St. Clair Ave 
486-3698 



:S6/ADVERTISING 




FLOWERS BY MR. LEE 
WILDWOOD FLORIST 



20020 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Flowers For All Occasions 

Phone: 486-5100 




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GOV'T. SURPLUS '.• CAMPING EQUIP. * FOOTWEAR * C^.OTHING 



618 E. I85th St. 
CLEVELAND, OHIO M*! 19 
PHONE 531-3326 



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2l» WARR. CENTER Rd. 
BEOFORO, OHIO W»l'»6 
PHOHE '♦39-379'» 



GAHR MACHINE 
COMPANY 



19199 St. Clair Ave. 
Phone: 531-0053 



ADVERTISING/257 





KKTOLflnOtV5 



TernU 5 

35300 LaKelanJ Blvc^ 
Eastkie ^ Ohio 

951-3715 



S/ADVERTISING 




Congratulations 
Class of '79 

MAX'S 
RESTAURANT 

22350 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 
731-1800 



Congratulations 

And 

Best Wishes 



BOB ANDERSON, 
REALTOR 



21801 Lakeshore Blvd. 
261-3200 




EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 



22741 SHORE CENTER DR. 



261-2600 



ADVERTISING/259 



tSS^vVi 





LAKE SHORE 
FLORIST 



oD 18322 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Cleveland, Ohio 
44119 



Barb Nicol 
Fran Dillon 



(216) 481-6868 



260/ADVERTISING 



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EUCLID-RACE DAIRY 
AND ICE CREAM CO. 

503 E. 200th St. 
481-4700 



Congratulations 

And 

Best Wishes 

Class Of 1979 



HAVENS AND 
EMERSON, INC. 

Environmental Engineers 

Cleveland, OH Saddle Brook, N J 
Atlanta, GA St. Louis, MO 



TONY'S 
POLKA VILLAGE 

TONY PETKOVSEK'S WZAK STUDIO-OFFICE 

RECORD AND SPECIALTY SHOPPE 

A 'I 

971 EAST 185th ST. - CLEVELAND, OHIO 44119 

Daily broadcaili .-n WZAK direct dorr, the Pniko Village 

Mondoy thru F.iday 200 until 4 00 p ni 
Saturday 3:00 until 4 00 p m 

Saturday evening Midnight until I 00 n m , 





ADVERTISING/261 




PAPA JOE'S SUBS 

564 E 200 St. 
692-1068 



Congratulations 
"Class Of 1979" 



gingissformalwear 

Euclid Square Mall 




KITCHEN KATERING 
SPANISH MANOR 



1361 E. 260 St. 
261-7070 




BOULEVARD 
BEVERAGE 

22742 Shore Center Dr. 
289-6466 



262/ADVERTISING 



Have a 



n 



JIM'S TAVERN 



? 




JIM'S TAVERN 



805 E. 222nd. St. 
261-0652 



Compliments Of 

JACK SHAW 

CHEVROLET 

INC. 



543 E. 185th St. 
486-4400 



PHYSICIANS INSURING EXCHANGE 

A Licensed Reciprocad 

Providiiig 

Medical Professional Liability Insurance , 

For Physiciajis 

Practicing In Ohio 




ROGERS INSURANCE CONSULTANTS, INC. 

936 ENGINEERS BIJILDINO 

1365 ONTABIO STREET 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 44114 



ADVERTISING/263 



KNIFIC INSURANCE 
SERVICE, INC. 



Serving Euclid For 
Over 20 Years 

820 East 185th Street 

481-7540 

'Insurance For Everyone's Need!" 

Knific 
"For Insurance Service That's Terrific." 



264/ADVERTISING 



THE MILLWOOD 
MANUFACTURING CO, 



Helyx Drive Screws - Nails - Tacks 

21700 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44117 

Telephone 531-0300 

Area Code 216 



ADVERTISING/265 




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COLLINWOOD 



READY MIX CONCRETE 



587-2700 



Eight Locations Serving Greater Cleveland and the Suburbs 



266/ADVERTISING 




ADVERTISING/267 



PATRONS 



ADAM'S PET SHOP 

395 East 200th Street 

486-7009 

DR. AND MRS. R.M. BALDWIN 

BEACHLAND PHARMACY 

20010 Lake Shore Blvd. 

531-0631 

BRAZING AND METAL TREATING INC. 

21200 St. Clair Avenue 

486-4350 

BRESLER'S ICE CREAM SHOP 

Euclid Square Mall 

261-3374 

DR. RENATO BROGLIO D^D.S. 

21801 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-6069 

CHAPEL MACHINE AND TOOLS INC. 

2590 Tungsten Road 

481-5800 

CLEVELAND WIRE DIE INC. 
19850 St. Clair Avenue 
' 481-6350 



ELECTRIC SWEEPER SERVICE CO. 

3235 Prospect Avenue 

361-5260 

EUCLID OFFSET PRINTING INC. 

22740 Shore Center Drive 

261-1235 

EUCLID SUNOCO 

470 East 200th Street 

531-9695 

G.M.B. PAVING CO. 

20151 Arbor Avenue 

692-3888 

GOLLER BODY INC. 

24180 Lakeland Blvd. 

731-3299 

HANDY RENTS 

23560 Lakeland Blvd. 

731-6950 

JAY DEE CLEANERS 

87.8 East 222nd. Street 

731-7060 



DECKER APPLIANCE SERVICE CO. 

445 East 200th Street 

486-7200 



JOHNSTON'S DRUG 

625 East 200th Street 

486-2744 



ADVERTISING/268 



LEADER DRUG 

22824 Lake Shore Blvd. 

73\-7A7Ar 

DR. ROBERT R. McGONAGLE D.D.S. 
732-8600 

MODEL MEAT MARKET 

610 East 200th Street 

531-7447 

MOLNAR'S DAIRY QUEEN 

435 E. 200th Street 

486-0929 

OHIO HONING AND HYD. CO. 

23800 St. Clair Avenue 

731-5700 

OPEN PANTRY 

355 East 200th Street 

692-2651 

DR. AND MRS. ALLAN A. ROLFE 



DR. ELWOOD P. SAWITKE 

OPTOMETRIST 

20050 Lake Shore Blvd. 

481-0979 

SHORE CENTER SHOE REPAIR 
22748 Shore Center Drive 

SMALL TOOLS INC. 

19749 St. Clair Avenue 

481-9000 

HENRY TAYLOR AND SON CO. 

BI-RITE 

22320 Lake Shore Blvd. 

289-0150 

WATERWASH HARDWARE 

345 East 200th Street 

531-0956 

HENRY W. WILSON D.D.S. 

25701 N. Lakeland Blvd. 

731-3838 



ROSS MEAT MARKET 

20068 Lake Shore Blvd. 

531-5757 



F.W. WOOLWORTH CO. 

22830 Lake Shore Blvd. 

731-3878 



PATRONS 



ADVERTISING/269 




Buying a home? Selling a home 

CALL MR. FRANK 
JOCHUM 

Vice-President - Associate Broker 

BOB ANDERSON REALTY INC. 

21801 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Office 261-3200 Res. 731-8931 



FROM HERE TO ETERNITY 
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 79 




j.w.s. 



ADVERTISING INDEX 



NAME 

ADVERTISER 

American Commodore Tuxedo 

Bob Anderson, Realtor 

Army Surplus Stores 

Atlas Electric Co. 

Big Bouquet 

Bottom Half 

Boulevard Beverage 

Broadview Savings and Loan 

Burger King 

Century 21, Leo Baur, Realtor 

Collmwood Concrete 

Consumer Tire 

Crystal Restaurant 

DiPaulo House of Beauty 

Euclid City Officials 

Euclid Foreign Motors 

Euclid, Inc. 

Euclid-Race Dairy 

Euclidian Beauty College 

Europa Travel Agency 

Flowerama 

Forest City Auto Parts 

Frensti's Pharmacy 

Friedman's Jewelers 

Mr. G's Pizza 

Gafir Machine 

Gingiss Formalwear 

Havens and Emerson, Inc 

Heidi's Beauty Salon 

Hillwood Manufacturing 

Induction Brazing and Soldering 

Jackshaw Chevrolet 

Jim's Tavern 

Frank J. Jochum 



PAGE 

PAGE 
258 
259 
257 
253 
240 
254 
262 
256 
245 
252 
266 
256 
254 
252 
243 
244 
249 
261 
259 
255 
245 
253 
255 
244 
252 
257 
262 
261 
254 
264 
244 
263 
263 
270 



NAME 


PAGE 


K & G Machine 


254 


Kerr Lakeside 


258 


Kitchen Katering 


262 


Knific Insurance 


264 


Kollander World Travel 


261 


Lakeshore Florist 


260 


Luikart Insurance Agency 


247 


Man-Gill Chemical Co. 


253 


Mark Hairdressers 


247 


Max's Restaurant 


259 


Russell Miller Garage 


256 


Mullally Funeral Home 


255 


Non-Ferrous Metals 


242 


Papa Joe' Subs 


262 


Papp's Body Shop 


249 


Patrons 


268 


A.M. Pena Realty 


247 


Physicians Insuring Exchange 


263 


Pressure Casting 


247 


Radix Wire 


253 


Raimor Studios 


241 


Rodgers Jewelers 


248 


Rybka Realty 


255 


Salter Auto Parts 


246 


Sidekicks Restaurant 


246 


Silverman's 


245 


Smith's Restaurant 


246 


Student Council 


250 


Terrill's Lakeland Lighting 


258 


Tony's Polka Village 


261 


TRW. 


267 


Wai Napolo 


248 


Wildwood Florist 


257 


Zondervan Book Store 


246 



Here it is — the ly7y edition of the £iclidiitn J This yearbook celebrates the 
30 th anniversary of our school. It is also a celebration of this gear's 
graduating senior class, ks the 1979 senior class, we shoulo be proud of 
ourselves, //e have survived twelve years of education. «/e hdve also endured 
life and now we are looking to the promise 01' our future whether our paths 
lead to a job after graduation or ort to higher education. 

Ae have made mam friends and tOt;,ether we hc^ve passed through manj 
experiences that will provide us "with pleasant memories as the ye«rs mir:h past. 
Our lives have been influenced oy our families, friends, and teachers, ./e must , 

now be able to put together their te-ichin^^s with our experienjes and ambitions -_ ^^^ 

for our future adventures. \ 

kani people are needec to complete the ^^igantic undertaking of putting \ 

together a successful yearbook. The people vfho ^ave of their time and talents 
to bring about what you are now holaing, in }our hand ds a completed book deserve 
recognition for their valuable contributions. 

First of all, my gratitude to Jackie ;..ihelcic for puttinj^ up with mA phone calls aurint, almost 
all hours of night ^nd day. Somehow, throuj^h all our crazy produc+ion problems, we were able to 
produce t^ yearbook. One of the bijj,„est sections-and the hardest to make-is the activities section. 
This part wo'^ headed by Cheryl Petrick , who seemed always to get her pa^es in on time .. .somehow. I 
Thank ;>, ou, ^''.eryl, for not getting too frustrated with my pestering, but also for Tin^ a dear friend. 

ithout -"ou, quick wit and frankness, I would never have survived this year even half sane. Thanks, 
also to £.''.aire .'i\ers for somehow alwfays bein^, able to produce cop; quickly when needed. Another bi^ 
section was sports un' er the direction of Jill P;^r^et,^•hn"r . I could alv^ays t'epend on j oa for (^et'ing 
your pages in on time without any pressm\.. The advertising section was done by Jim ^imeo. lou 
should be proud of the 'professional' look of your section. Two people; who did sometmng, that was 
never done before or, a yearbook were Kathy Le' arco and oue U'-me+h. Both c: you showed everyone it 
was possible to do a ^oq<<\ job in a short time and have ever; thJ.n^ come out right and looking great, 
ilinii, I thank you for being in charge of the senior section, ^ ou were able to get it done promrtly 
and made it look very good (and still had time to make Rudolph and his friendb). Joanna, even though 
your sectior took lon-_,er to make than expected, you were able to try something new ana made it look 
^o"d. A very special thank you to tvir . Dicki nson and Mr. ^etrovic for their advice and support during 
the yearbook production. 

The photographers of ttiis yearbook also ceserve commendation. Jim., your cover picture turned 
out really good. Carol . yoM did an excellent job on the sports section, lou are really a nice person 
sven though jou are also on the l^shhh) i^urvey staff. Scott, thank you for takings the activities 
pictures for us. Whatever your first name is, y ou ' re a~~^oo3 photographer. J3y the way, what's 
wron^,, with a rolaroid? Mike , jour humor always kept everyone smilint,. Itou not only came through on 
last-rain- te assignements, but your pleasant personality made life easier, and happier, around dead- 
line time. The divider pa^^es look really top-notch, Rob. 'iour iaea came through well appieciatec. 
Ihank you for jour fatience in taking, those morning, pictures. ^ special thar,k-j ou to Mr. Kin^ery 
for his patience in deal^n^, with us and the yeartjook production. Also thank-you to alFTTTS 
administators , teachers, advis; 's and coaches who helped us with their valued cooper^^tj on. 

Some other people who made this year worth celebrating, should also be ment.i 'ineo . i'lrst of all, 
m\ mother and father who encourag^ed me and ^ave very good suggestions for the yearbook. To Brian 
; a spectator or participat.or???)and Julie (who could 'handle ' deadlines, pressures, and the suave, 
sophisticated wa;, to ,^et sisters off the phone when men suddenly appear at her doorstep) for their 
encouraging me to sign up for the yearbook staff in ray sophomore yec-r. a big thanks to Ellyn (spelled 
rifaht!.'.') for putting^ up with yearbook papers al] iver the room, Now it's turn for you to start the 
'high school ^ame of life'. Linaa f'rancetic-Thank you for everything from listening to my problems 
to helping, me with the swim show number. I know we will always be g,ood friends, u'ext year you're 
the oenior-enjoy it, ^i great big handshake to i.onr:a- ttat 'secret' hanashake can make anyone laugh 
or at least break an arm. Just wait until high school, all those nsw people. . .Thank-you also to 
that special person who made life so much nicer by just sharing, your special smile with me between 
5' and 6*. ii very special thanks to Geortje(see-I did get your name in the book.'; who veas always 
there when I needed you. ^ big thanks t,oes to this year's "ai "apolo team for their patience 
with me (I really did have ..uclidian ^ee-'ing,s) Thank you also goes to Leslie 0, Kathy L. . '=^idi C, 
'^obbie R, Naomi H., Shelley t'.,, Chris T, Liary Kay J., Laura Fondran , Lonata S., Dav. E, Svetlana B., 
Jan U., iindreas -., Steve H.., Cindi R., Sandy K., and the Survey otaff for their most interesting 
personalities and conversations. 



Enjoy life to the fullest, 
Hannah Tanya uleisser 



I hope that you will enjoy this yearbook, and that it will re- 
mind you of fond memories, always. Our theme of CELEBRA- 
TION seemed very appropriate since it was the Euclidian's 
Thirtieth Anniversary. This was also the theme of the seniors 
in sports, academics, and all of the activities. This was es- 
pecially true with the Euclidian Staff. The final deadline 
seemed like it would never come, but it did, and WE MADE 
IT!!! 

I am eternally grateful to everyone who helped sell, pro- 
mote, and work on the yearbook. I would especially like to 
thank my photographers and editors, who spent endless 
hours on it. 

Jim Millar-You're the greatest! Without your help, there 
would not have been a cover, a theme, an introduction, and 
most likely a yearbook! I am very fortunate that you are pa- 
tient, and did not kill me, just because I could not decide 
which sunset to use. It is a good thing that you made it 
through the year, without TOO many "obstacles." I will 
never forget all the fun fifth period and our favorite question, 
"What's a yearbook?" 

Carol Hanson-Well, for a sister you aren't that bad. You are 
an excellent photographer, and I hope that they put you to 
good use next year. It must run in the family! Come over 
sometime, and we can have a ping pong tournament, "mod- 
ern style." We could even consider inviting the pro, Debbie! 

Scott Wright-You are also a great asset for next year. I will 
always remember the play with the furnace, second period, 
the supplement wall, and the character transformations. 
Don't get into too much trouble next year! 

Mike Kupfer-You were only on the staff for a year, but you 
proved yourself as a photographer. Always remember don't get caught without a pass! 

Rob Frank-Thanks for doing the divider pages. You might have not got them the way you wanted them, but I 
think that you did a good job. Sorry that your "STAR" didn't get in the book. 

Cheryl Petrick-You had the biggest section, and proved that you could do it. You were right, I was trying to steal 
your (my) secretary. I know that you and George are my true friends. I'm sorry that I was such an expensive one. 

Kathy DeMarco and Sue Nemeth-Thank you for finishing your section, so that we could get the special color 
deal. I know that you will never forget how to use a cropper. 

Jill Badstibner-You did an outstanding job on your section. What's so bad about a picture in the introduction 
with an ice cream cone? 

Jim Simeo-You did a great job on the advertising section. How did we manage to end up in the same math class 
four years in a row? Good Luck! 

Joanna Buck-Well, the faculty section is finally done. I thought it would never get finished, because it was diffi- 
cult to take the candids of the teachers. You had some trouble, but it wasn't all your fault. 

Mimi Erne-What can I say, you did a super job on the senior section. I expected that much since "you're the 
greatest person in the world." I did not mean to leave you all alone in German, but that was no reason to change 
my nickname! 

Mr. Dickinson and Mr. Petrovic- Thank you for all your help, we might have not shown it but you are the best 
advisors a staff could ever have. 

Thank you to everyone who helped with the yearbook, especially the following: George, Elaine, Helene, Jean- 
ette, Ann, Svet, Diane, Ellen, Martha, Karen, Chris, Chris, Sue, Judy, Cindi, Eileen, Bob, Rob, Bob, Wendy, Karen, 
Debbie, Leslie, Dr. Bergem, Morie Levine, Doug Levine, Joe and Frankie (at Raimor's), Mr. Theodore, Mr. Mus- 
carella, Dr. McNeilly, Mr. Rackovan, and everyone who had ANYTHING to do with it. If I have neglected anyone, 
I am sincerely sorry! I would also like to thank my understanding parents, especially when I came home at late 
hours on the nights of deadlines. Uncle Mike, thank you for everything, we hope you like your senior picture. Mr. 
Muscarella, thank you for understanding when I came to Practice LATE! You're the greatest coach a person 
could ever have! 




Sincerely,