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Euclidian 1980 




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Euclid Senior High School 
711 East 222nd Street £ 
Euclid, Ohio 44123 
Volume 31 






Sports 12-55 

Activities 56-1 19 

Faculty 120-139 

Underclass 140-173 

Seniors 174-237 

Advertisements 238-271 



EUCLID PUBLIC LIBRAE 



The student body developed a great spirit and pride in themselves and in Euclid 




Faculty and students combined to keep the school life in motion. 




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

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



Working individually and together, they strove to their best in their own field. 




School spirit was set in motion by the seniors. 




The motion carried the students through activities and the lasting memories at Euclid High. 




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Jubilation from Greg Barnauskas (34) and Al Peklay (63) after 
:lay recovered a Brush punt in the end zone. 




Best season in 9 years 



The Varsity football team finished the year 
with a GCC record of 5-2 and an overall record 
of 7-3. This is the most successful football sea- 
since 1970. 

The squad had the usual GCC season, open- 
ing with a large victory over Cleveland-South 
but losing to neighborhood rival St. Joseph. 

Euclid returned to the gridiron, shutting-out 
both Lincoln-West and Maple Heights. 

The skies opened on Homecoming Friday, 
washing away Euclid's offense and allowing 
Willoughby South to slide to a victory. 

Once again the Panthers came back, stomp- 
ing Bedford and Brush by 20 point margins on 
the way. 

Mayfield's Wildcats took the game to the 
wire before admitting defeat. 

The Eastlake North team stole the win from 
Euclid and also the GCC crown. 

Ending the season on a victorious note after 
beating Mentor, the Panthers hope to carry the 
feeling into next year's season. 




Euclid 




Opp. 


26 


Cleveland South 


12 


20 


St. Joseph 


28 


35 


Lincoln-West 





33 


Maple Heights 





12 


Willoughby South 


14 


27 


Bedford 


7 


20 


Brush 





14 


Mayfield 


12 


14 


Eastlake North 


21 


14 


Mentor 


10 





Quarterback Rick Neiman on the run against Brush. 



18 




Carl Pungerchar getting a key block from Greg Barnauskas. 



19 



J.V.'s battle 
to 3-3-1 



The JV football team found the going tough in the GCC 
race this year, ending their season with a 3-3T record, 4-5-1 
overall. 

Like the Varsity, the squad had an impressive first victory 
but lost to their next two opponnents, St. Joes and St. 
Ignatius. 

The team came back the following week and beat Maple 
Heights by a good margin but again dropped their next 
games. 

The highlight of the season was the battling of the Pan- 
thers and Brush, which ended in a 0-0 tie. 

Coach Hartman is hopeful in next season's outlook that 
this year's experience will help. 





Front Row (L to R): Marvin Richardson, Gary Casto, James Speer, Redon Jones, Tom Povirk, John Seleman, Steve Knack, Bryan Smith, 
David Skiljan, Coach Pete Schwenke Row 2: Jim Mitch, Gary Petrick, Mike Whelan, Bob Cable, Ron Wamser, Kevin Durst, Tom Pappalardo, 
Michael Hardy Row 3: John Albertone, John Dombrosky, Paul Thornton, Jim Cherne, Rich Mihelich, Joe lafelice, Rick Rohlke, Dave 
Parkinson Row 4: Doug Hufford, Joe Deoma, Pat Switzler, Harry Yanchar, Doug Grosel, Kevin Swanson, Bob Palumbo, Scott Nebe. 



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Coach Hartman gives congratulations for a job well done. 



Redon Jones making a key return 




Euclid 




Opp. 


22 


Ravenna 


8 


6 


St. Joes 


14 


14 


St. Ignatius 


28 


22 


Maple Hts. 


6 





South 


16 





Bedford 


6 





Brush 





8 


Mayfield 


20 


14 


North 


12 


16 


Mentor 


14 



21 



Booters finish 8-5-1 

Varsity Soccer got off to a slow start, but finished 
strongly, winning 4 of the last 5 matches. The team 
ended with an overall record of 8-5-1. 

Some outstanding players that contributed to the 
team's success were Seniors Bob Simicak, who made 1st 
team All Conference 2 years in a row, Co-captain Jeff 
Freedman, who made 2nd team All Conference, Jim 
Paprizous, voted Most Valuable Player, and Zdenko Nov- 
kovic. 











Sitting David Ice, Marc Garland, Zdenko Novkovic, Jose Lima, Michael Paprizous, Phil Pallante. Kneeling: Vito Raguz, Sean McClusky, Brad 
Dallos, Dave McCarty, Mike Durbin, Jim Paprizous, Jeff Freedman. Standing: Head Coach Greg Sattler, Mark Marolt, Chris Gordon, Thomas 
Spiessberger, Chris Durbin, Dave Zagore, Coach Homovec. 



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Euclid 

2 

9 


West Geauga 
Lake Catholic 


Opp. 
2 






Brush 


4 


6 


South 


1 


1 


North 


3 


3 
4 


Mayfield 
Mentor 


1 
6 


3 


Brush 


1 


7 


South 


1 


2 


North 


5 


9 
4 


Mayfield 

Mentor 

Tournaments 


1 
3 


2 


Lakewood 


1 


1 


West Geauga 


2 




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Mark Marolt readies for a shot on goal. 



Bob Simicak fighting for the ball. 



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JV's finish 2nd in league 



Euclid 
2 


Lake Catholic 


Opp. 
2 





Brush 


3 


1 


North 


1 


4 
1 


Mayfield 
Mentor 


2 

1 


2 


Brush 


7 


2 
2 


Mayfield 
North 


1 



1 


Mentor 






The JV Soccer team finished the 
season with a fine 4-2-3 record, which 
gave them a 2nd place in the league. 

The team had a rough start, but ex- 
perience and practice paid off as the 
team claimed 3 straight victories of the 
last 4 outings. 

The toughest team for the Panthers 
was the Brush team, which battled to a 
split decision, each team winning once. 



25 



Running for the finish. 



Seniors pace X -country 

This year's Panther harriers had a fine season as they finished second in 
the GCC with a 7 - 2 record. This was exceptional considering a few 
members lost almost the entire season due to illness or injury. 

Seniors that have ended their cross • country running here include Co - 
captains Bill Dodd and Steve Jones, also, Paul Calabrese, Jerry Davies, Art 
Buanno, T.J. Theodore, Mike Voase, Joe Mersnik, Mark Walters, and Kurt 
Mews. 

Two individuals made it down to the State Meet. They were Junior Steve 
Fleck and Senior Paul Calabrese, who finished 33rd and 36th with respec- 
tive times of 13:09 and 13:11. 

Outstanding Juniors: Steve Fleck, Chuck Petraska, Rob Schafer, and 
Stan Matras will return next year along with an impressive group of 
sophomores to make Euclid a strong contender once again. 




Sitting, (L to R) Stan Matras, Scott Theodore, Steve Kato, Kurt Mews, Don Porz. Kneeling. (L to R) Russ Oshaben, Mike Voase, Art Buanno, 
Steve Jones, Kurt Mews. Standing, (L to R) Steve Fleck, T.J. Theodore, Frank Walters, Chuck Zele Bill Dodd, Coach Tom Halbedel, Joe 
Mersnik, Mark Walters, Chuck Zele, Chuck Petraska. Not Present: Jerry Davies. 



Steve Fleck rounds the curve. 




Euclid 


Opp. 


38 Walsh Jesuit 


21 


20 St. John 


40 


25 Maple 


33 


20 Will. South 


43 


15 Bedford 


50 


25 Brush 


33 


17 Mayfield 


42 


15 North 


48 


35 Mentor 


22 


Maple Inv. 


3rd 


Will. South Inv. 


4th 


Strongsville Inv. 


10th 


Edgewater Inv. 


5th 


Euclid Relays 


3rd 


Cleve. Hts. Relays 


1st 


Sectionals 


3rd 


Districts 


12th 


GCC Meet 


2nd 







Paul Calabrese runs to victory. 



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Two run to state 



One sport to which much attention should be given is crosscountry. The 
girls on this team were hard workers having to be because of the strenuous 
training program. The girls ran five to eight miles in a typical workout. 
Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors ran together, which made a more com- 
petitive spirit. 

Some of the regular leaders of the team were Ellen Buck, who placed 
14th in the State Meet, and Jeanine Swoboda, who took 21st at State. 

The determined team finished their season with an impressive record of 3 
in dual meets. They also finished second in the Kenston Invitational, and 
third in both the Willoughby South Invitational and the Highland Sectionals. 
The cross-country team should be proud of their outstanding record. 





Front Row (L to R) Monica Pockar, Donna Zupan, Kathie Brown Row 2 (L to R): Coach Dan Maxson, Kim Stegh, 
Tammy Ware, Jeanine Swoboda, Beth Kupfer. 



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Jeanine Swoboda moves into first place. 




Euclid 


Opp. 


26 Kenston Relays 


30 


21 Madison Relays 


34 


Cloverleaf Inv. 


5th 


Strongsville Inv. 


9th 


Will. South Inv. 


3rd 


Wadsworth Inv. 


10th 


Kenston Inv. 


2nd 


Cleve. Hts. Relay 


4th 


Will. Sectionals 


3rd 


Chagrin Inv. 


4th 


Akron Districts 


8th 



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29 



Joe Porten swings into action. 



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Golf swings to 8 - 6 



The golf team ended their season with an overall record of 8 - 6. The team 
was led by team captain Doug Drobnick, who was also the team's outstand- 
ing player. 

Coach Mike Raicevich is hopeful in looking at next season with nine of 
his team returning. The team, which practiced at Briardale, played on 
courses such as: Blackbrook, Manakiki, Boston Hills, Pine Ridge and Shaw- 
nee Hills, to name a few. 





Kneeling (L to R): Mike Mizek, Jeff Jaroscak, Rob Golob, Jim Brown, Tom Porten. Standing (L to R): Steve Mackanos, J. D. Stump, Doug 
Drobnick, Jim Eder, Jim Valentine, Joe Porten, Chuck Cole, Coach Mike Raicevich. 



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Chuck Cole practicing his putting. 




Euclid 

170 Maple 

156 South 
172 Bedford 
177 Brush 

159 May field 

160 North 
168 Mentor 

159 Maple 
185 South 
172 Brush 

160 Mayfield 
159 Bedford 
159 North 

157 Mentor 



Opp. 
166 
178 
173 
168 
164 
168 
159 
157 
189 
170 
172 
170 
169 
154 



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Doug Drobnick checking his shot. 



Jim Eder on the drive. 



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Judy Mast practicing her form. 



Tough season 
for netters 



The girls' tennis team got off to a rough start on the season but 
finished strongly by winning the last three of their matches. The 
team finished with a record of 5-7. 

The girls were led by Junior Beth Hook, voted Most Valuable 
Player, and Judy Mast, voted Most Improved Player by their team- 
mates. Other strong players were Sue Meglich, Judy Krnc, Linda 
Lewin, and Denise McGill. 

Coach Marilyn Bowker feels hopeful in next year's team in that 
eleven of fifteen girls will be returning. She also believes that this 
year's tough schedule will have better prepared the team for next 
year's matches. 





Front row: Denise McGill, Judy Krnc, Karen Harmon, Judy Mast, Linda Lewin, Susan Davidson, Beth Finke, Bethany Hook. Back row: Susie 
Meglich, Carol Manson, Patty Drienka, Coach Marilyn Bowker, Terri Mackanos, Melanie McChancy, Joan lafigliola . 



32 



Sue Meglich trying to keep her dentures in place. 





Euclid 




Opp. 


1 


Beachwood 


4 


1 


Shaker 


4 


2 


Cleveland Hts. 


3 


5 


Mentor 








Beaumont 


5 


2 


Regina 


3 


3 


Hudson 


2 





Hathaway Brown 


5 


2 


Brush 


3 


3 


Mayfield 


2 


3 


Lakewood 


2 


3 


West Geauga 


2 




Carol Hanson with the look of determination. 



Denise McGill watching her shot. 



33 



Volleyball finishes 7th 

The girls' volleyball team under head coach Pat Buck and captains Karen 
Busdiecker (Buzz) and Micki Bolocanoff (Bolo) displayed a great amount of 
skill this season, although they finished seventh in their league. They played 
with much force and determination, which was exemplified in their second 
showing against Mentor. Mentor, the first place team at that time, was beaten 
by a psyched and determined Euclid team in the last game. 




Row 1 (L to /?/• Ferolin Powell, Co Capt. Karen Busdiecker, Debbie Hegedus, Jackie Ryder, Patty Schultz, Martha Eyman. Row 2 (L to R): 
Kathy Ryder, Linda Lawrence, Kim Lorber, Karen Vulich. Row 3 (L to fl^Chrissy Ryder, Lisa Son, Janet Struna, Lucy Lavalley Not Present: 
Co ■ capt. Micki Bolocanoff 



34 



Martha Eyman with the spike. 




Euclid 




Opp. 


15,15 


Cleve. Hts. 


8,12 


12,11 


Maple Hts. 


15,15 


6,2 


Will. South 


15,15 


15,15 


Bedford 


13,12 


9,7 


Brush 


15,15 


9,13 


Mayfield 


15,15 


8,8 


North 


15,15 


15,10,8 


Mentor 


10,15,15 


15,7,15 


Maple Hts. 


8,15,8 


1,6 


Will. South 


15,15 


15,15 


Bedford 


7,13 


15,8,4 


Brush 


5,15,15 


7,6 


Mayfield 


15,15 


13,11 


North 


15,15 


15,8,15 


Mentor 


9,15,7 


3,4 


Westlake 


15,15 


15,15 


Collinwood 


5,6 




Coach Buck giving game winning strategy. 



35 




Front Row (L to R): Caroline Rossmann, Janene Selway, Beth Franko, Amy Steele, Carol Schneider Row 2: Wendy Born, Mary 
Stragisher, Lori Schrock, Kathy Ryder, Karen Gordon, Karen Lackhart, Donna Zak. 



36 




Ferolyn Powell shows sophomore Janene Selway how to reach 
the high ones. 




Euclid 




Opp. 


8-15-15 


Cleve. Hts. 


15-9-4 


6-14 


Maple Hts. 


15-16 


5-3 


Will. South 


15-15 


15-16 


Westlake 


9-14 


7-3 


Bedford 


15-15 


15-13- 15 


Brush 


11-15-8 


4-13 


Mayfield 


15-15 


3-11 


Mentor 


15-15 


15-15 


Eastlake North 


9-17 


4-12 


Maple Hts. 


15-15 


10-15-15 


Will. South 


15-1-15 


15-12-15 


Brush 


9-15-6 


15-14-6 


Mayfield 


6-16- 15 


15-15 


Bedford 


11-8 


13-9 Eastlake North 


15-15 


6-7 


Mentor 


15-15 









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A trying season 



The Boys' Varsity Basketball team started the season strongly, 
winning eight of their first ten games, but, as injury and sickness 
slowed them down, the team lost their 1st place standing with a half 
season mark of 3-7 to finish at 11-11 overall. 

Co-captain Bill Zalar, who led the team in assists, paced the team, 
keeping the game at a quick tempo. Co-captain and team high scorer 
Jeff Koozer teamed up with leading rebounder Clay Young to control 
the boards, averaging 18 points per game. 

Injuries and illness plagued the team, but Tony Brentar filled in the 
places well. 

Coach "Doc" Daugherty enjoyed coaching the team and felt his 
team played as well as it could, in the tough GCC league, with the 
numerous injuries. 







Euc. 




Opp. 


73 


Cleve. Hts. 


91 


63 


Geneva 


53 


62 


Mayfield 


61 


82 


Brush 


70 


84 


South 


59 


65 


North 


85 


72 


Bedford 


69 


69 


Arlington 


56 


78 


Maple 


51 


74 


Youngstown 


71 


66 


Mentor 


77 


69 


Madison 


70 


50 


Mayfield 


67 


51 


Brush 


66 


56 


South 


58 


89 


Wickliffe 


71 


59 


*North 


69 


59 


Bedford 


61 


73 


Mentor 


67 


77 


Maple 
Tournament 


83 


56 


Bruch 


50 


60 


Lake Catholic 


62 



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Jeff Kooser takes a shot. 



'Clay is awesome" as he sinks 2. 




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Joe Nozling towers over Brush. 




Jeff Kooser towers over his opponents. 



Jim Kordich making the difficult rebound. 



40 




Front Row (L to R): Gary Brown, Clay Young, Bill Zaller, Jeff Kooser, Joe Nozzling, Travis Webster Row 2: Coach Doc Daugherty, 
Keith Nicholson, Steve Rado, Tony Brentar, Jim Kordich Row 3: Rick Neiman, Bob Gallo, Scott Glaser, Abraham Harland, Deon 
Lanier. Not pictured: Van Johnson. 



41 



JV's 8-6 in GCC 

The JV basketball team ended its season on the plus side of 
.500 with a 10-10 overall record and an 8-6 mark within the 
GCC, good for third place behind Eastlake North and Mayfield. 
The team's leading scorer was Mark Miklos, who averaged 
12.9 points per game. Doug Grosel was the team's leading 
rebounder. The team showed its scoring potential in 70-point 
outbursts against Maple Heights, South, and Bedford, with its 
72-34 trouncing of Maple Heights standing out as the highlight 
of the season. 




Kneeling: Paul Adkins, George Opacich, Tom D'Anna, Joe lafelice, Bill Mauser, Rick Rohlke; standing: Coach Ken Tieber, Rich Mihelich, 
Doug Grosel, Drew Munford, Jim Mitch, Mark Miklos. 



42 




43 


Cleve. Hts. 


35 


Geneva 


51 


Mayfield 


56 


Brush 


43 


South 


47 


North 


49 


Bedford 


42 


(J. Arlington 


72 


Maple 


45 


Youngstown 


58 


Mentor 


68 


Madison 


36 


Mayfield 


58 


Brush 


70 


South 


42 


Wickliffe 


46 


North 


78 


Bedford 


49 


Maple 


48 


Mentor 



Opp. 

59 
27 
63 
53 
44 
45 
40 
50 
34 
73 
43 
32 
42 
33 
36 
49 
57 
57 
53 
52 



Bill Mauser concentrates on a key foul shot. 



43 



Girls suffer 
a disastrous season 



The inexperienced girls' Varsity Basketball team had a 
disappointing season. Co-captain Sherri Garapic was the 
floor leader, with captain Terri Mackanos shooting a 16- 
point average per game. 

The Mayfield game was an especially hard-fought 
match; however, an after the buzzer shot by Terri Mack- 
anos gave Euclid the win. 

Coach Jim Englehart is hopeful that the experience 
gained by this year's juniors and sophomore players will 
help next year's squad to better the team's record of 5-13. 





Row 1: Kim Stegh, Gia Raffaele, Diane Cavell, Sheri Garapic, Rose Bene, Patty Drienka. Row 2: Jeanine Swoboda, Carol Campbell, 
Lisa Penny, Karen Walsh. Row 3: Coach Englehart, Mary Stragisher, Karen Nainiger, Meg McLaughlin, Tracy Fiorelli 



44 




Euclid. 




Opp. 


49 


Wickliffe 


44 


49 


Riverside 


39 


48 


Mayfield 


68 


29 


Brush 


60 


46 


South 


44 


26 


North 


51 


26 


Bedford 


34 


33 


Maple 


56 


28 


Mentor 


57 


43 


Cleve. Hts. 


66 


48 


Mayfield 


47 


29 


Brush 


45 


33 


South 


34 


23 


North 


62 


47 


Bedford 


51 


33 


Mentor 


55 


45 


Maple 


38 


45 


Geneva 


54 



45 



Rose Bene tries 2 at the foul line. 





Coach Englehart calls the shots as time runs out 



JV's success leads to .500 season 



Euc. 



Opp. 



The girls' J.V. basketball team, under Coach Dan Maxson, 
jumped to an early lead of the GCC race with an impressive 5-0 
league record, but when three starters went to the Varsity and 
two other players were out of play due to injuries the season took 
a turn. 

Although the team slipped to 3rd place with a 10-8 record, 
Coach Maxson is proud of his team's ability to play well together 
as a unit, and their aggressiveness. Everyone got to play, which 
helped when the lineup was reduced to one starter. Coach Max- 
son is also proud because Euclid is the only team that has beaten 
North in over a year's time. 

Myca Abraham led the team in rebounding with an average of 
12 per game. Lucy La Valley led the team in scoring, during the 
first part of the season before she was promoted to Varsity, 
averaging 15 points per game, but it took a total team effort to 
beat Maple Hts. It was this team effort that lead the girls through 
their season. 



24 


Wickliffe 


30 


35 


Riverside 


16 


40 


Mayfield 


20 


29 


Brush 


11 


46 


South 


24 


39 


North 


30 


35 


Bedford 


24 


34 


Maple 


21 


24 


Mentor 


25 


30 


Cleve. Hts. 


66 


33 


Mayfield 


36 


25 


Brush 


29 


38 


South 


17 


22 


North 


44 


22 


Bedford 


29 


22 


Mentor 


34 


38 


Maple 


20 


30 


Geneva 


25 




Front Row: Shelly Son, Marsha Shutty, Paris Rice, Lucy La Valley. Kathy Brown, Sheila Kelly Row 2: Coach Maxson, Tracy Momes. Beth 
Pritchard, Myca Abraham, Joan lafigliola, Donna Riedle. 



47 




Hockey team wins division 



The hockey team had an outstanding season, captur- 
ing the first Cleveland High School Central Division 
Championship in the school's history. The team, with its 
14 - 3 - 1 overall record, became the best hockey team 
Euclid has ever had. 

The team's only losses were all lost in overtime with 
the Lakewood game going into triple-overtime. 

Coach Richard Homovec stated that the team's suc- 
cess was due to team contribution but gave special men- 
tion to defenseman Dave Nichting, team captain, and 
Mike Burke, wings - Rick Smelko and Ken Schulz, center 
Jim Banaszek, and goalie Tom Bell. 



Sitting: Tom Bell, Rick Smelko, Mike Burke, Jim Basilone, Mr. Homovec, Dave Nichting, Steve Mackanos, Jim Banaszek, Bob Banaszek. 
Standing: Mike Parziale, Chuck Petraska, Mark Marolt, Jeff Schroll, Tom Borthwick, Vince Burke, J.D. Stump, Chris Knight, Ken Schulz, 
Bill Banaszek. 



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Euc. 




Opp. 


4 


Shaker Hts. 


5 


1 


N. Olmstead 


1 


9 


St. Joseph 





14 


Normandy 


3 


5 


Kent Roos. 





3 


St. Ignatius 


1 


2 


Padua 


3 


7 


University 


3 


5 


Lakewood 


6 


13 


Trinity 





9 


St. Joseph 


1 


8 


Rocky River 


1 


5 


Kent. Roos. 


1 


13 


Trinity 





4 


University 


1 


5 


Padua 


1 


2 


Cleve. Hts. 


1 


2 


St. Ignatius 
Finley Holiday Tourn. 


1 


3 


Finley 


1 


4 


Toledo Cent. Cath. 


7 


1 


Rocky River 


3 



Tough season 
for wrestlers 



The Varsity Wrestling team had a disappointing season finishing 
with a 415 record. This year's team lacked experience and depth. 
Coach Attamante points out that their record does not tell the whole 
story. Juniors, Mike Redman and Dave Budnar held outstanding 
records. 





Sitting:Tae Surh, Mike Malone, Rick Rudiak, Mike Redman, Dave Budnar, Mike Simpson, Tim D'anna, Scott Theodore. Row 2: Scott Siege!, 
Mike Yentz, Phil Perdan, Gary Budnar, Jim Rossi, John McCoy, Jim Gordon, Marty Cefaratti. Row 3: Mike Paparizos, Ed Noles, Lou 
Capasso, Ron, Rich, Greg Barnauskas, Steve Knack, Bill Papouras, Greg Kuhar, Chris Gordon. Row 4: Joe Colo, Mike Cunningham, Marvin 
Richardson, Kevin Print, Nick Fussell, Dave Zagore, Doug Koester, T.J. Theodore. 



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Madison 


48 


9 


Akron 


45 


22 


Cleve Hts. 


34 


11 


Rich. Hts. 


52 


53 


Holy Name 


15 


16 


Padua 


46 


17 


Parma 


50 


20 


Ignatius 


43 


9 


Lake Cath. 


47 


36 


Jefferson 


24 


26 


Berkshire 


27 


38 


Mentor 


26 


16 


Mayfield 


41 


25 


Bedford 


33 


22 


Brush 


40 


27 


South 


28 


18 


North 


32 


14 


Maple 


37 


33 


Wickliffe 


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Tankers win GCC 



This year's swim team brought Coach Joe Ro- 
driquez his 100th win in his nine years of coach- 
ing at Euclid, and the 5th consecutive GCC con- 
ference championship with a record of 4 - 0, 8 - 4 
overall. 

Eric Zebold led the swimmers with his strong, 
dependable swimming. Eric holds one school re- 
cord and 3 GCC records, while Senior John 
Powell led the divers. 

The young team will return 16 swimmers next 
year, losing only five seniors to graduation, to try 
to continue the outstanding team record. 




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Just one victory 



The first big event of the year was the Homecoming Dance held October 6 in the 
E-Room of Euclid High. The weekend began with the Homecoming Parade in which 
the Investment Club won first place for its float. A bonfire and pep rally followed the 
parade. Friday brought plenty of rain and the football game against Willoughby 
South. On Saturday night the couples enjoyed dancing to the music of Teaser in the 
E-Room. 





Attendant Amy Steele and Steve Knack. 




You must be kidding! 



Smile pretty for the camera! 



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Senior Attendant: Louise Pardi 
Junior Attendant: Nancy Matoh 




Senior Attendant: Janine Boettcher 
Sophomore Attendant: Amy Steele 



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Homecoming queen: Holly King 






Euclid Panther Marching Band 

The Euclid Panther Marching Band entertained fans this year with their many half-time medleys. 
Among the songs performed were Come Sail Away, The Main Event, and MacArthur Park. The 
band's annual dance was choreographed by Linda Francetic and Judy Hasse. President Steve 
Kurrent and Vice President Linda Francetic each conducted during the season. Thanks to Director 
Arthur Sydow, Assistant Director Greg Kochan, Majorette Advisor Madeline Bradach, and An- 
nouncer Sue Paul. It was a memorable season. 




Row 1, L to R: Band director, Arthur Sydow, Assistant director, Greg Kochan, Linda Alaburda, Kim Strah, Bev lafelice, Ruthanne 
Kubik, Capt., Noreen Hernan, Capt., Jeanine Carlo, Dawn Glaser, Cindy Orehek, Madeline Bradach. Row 2, L to R: Russell Oshaben, 
Judy Hasse, Joel Mansperger, Neil Bierer, Linda Francetic, Tom Hink, Steve Kurrent, Chris Owens, Kevin Kelly, Nick Sellvaggio, Mike 
Vitantonio, John Rose, Ken Johnson. Row 3. L to R: John Arnold, Paul Resnik, Henry Stewart, Robert Thompson, Barry Mitan, Fred 
Ham, Brian Chapman, Mark Shimonek, Mark Lawyer, Doug Rawlings, Steve Anzells, Ellyn Gleisser. Row 4, L to R: James Fakult, Ray 
Tice, Paul Spence, Perry Johnson, Andrew Morkunas, Jim McChancy, Mike Lazanich, Keith Young, Maryann Eichler, Wendy Stroud, 
Judy Braun, Stan Matras, Greg Andersky. Row 5. L to R: Judy Krnc, Sally Jaksa, Jackie Hall, Kathie Brown, Karen Kowalkowski, 
Janine Valentine, Robbie Rackar, Destiny Morgan, Beth Waltermire, Scott Bratton, Tom Coyne, Bill Bretton. Row 6, L to R: John 
Stephens, Margie Stephens, Robin Smoot, Kim Rawlings, Barb Starr, Debbie Reider, Martin Jones, Jeff Westover, Maureen Matras, 
Janet Niccum, Linda Rattini, Melanie McChancy, Peggy Hunt. Row 7. L to R: Geoff Pritchard, Denise Szabo, Sharon Synk, Patty 
Drienka, Peggy Linn, LouAnn Jones, Ruth Cook, Betsy Pickel, Diane Andrews, Lori Tepley, Monica Parisi, Susan Nemeth, Curt 
Rasmusen. Row 8. L to R: Bob Martin, Gary Buck, Mike Kalka, Gary Summerhill, Paul Glaser, Bob Hendershot, Wes Taylor, Dale 
Grubb, Scott Theodore, Marty Talty, Marcia Shutty, Brian Reno, Mark Hansen, Tom Galon. 



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Majorettes provide 
power of gold 

The majorettes, who practiced three nights a week during the 
summer and every night after school, provided entertainment 
during half - time at the football games. They performed to 
"Power of Gold" at the first game of the season, to "I'm a Soul 
Man" at the St. Joe's game, and to "Come Sail Away". To raise 
money, they had one garage sale and car washes a couple times 
a month. 






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Spirits, which meets every Wednesday, promotes spirit by 
painting signs before sports activities. A branch of Student 
Council, Spirits is a key factor in supporting school sports. 




Front Row(L to R): Carol Hanson, Julie Skur, Colleen Campbell, Kathy Kehn, Beth Mabel /?ow2:Svetlana Beros, Beth Laufer, 
Diane Cibrik, Jill Krawczysyn, Donna Zupan, Joy Black, Karen Johnson Row 3: Rob Formica, Eileen Welton, Joe Mersnik, Lori 
Thompson, Dan Daugherty, Eric Treichel, Not pictured: Jane Shunk, Kathy Drury, Katy Duffy, Patty Hill, Carol Campbell, Greg 
Bamauskas, Barb Starr, Gayle Kubik, Linda Hansen, Andy Barnauskas, Kathy DeMarco, Pam Whaling, Jay Attwood, Nancy 
French, Jeanne Matuch, Louise Pardi, T. J. Theodore, Tami West, Mary Jo Balazs, Jane Bartel, Debbie Hegedus, Sabrina 
Martinak, Laura Zebold, Jim Galloway, Jerry Davies, Amy Arnold 



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Activities for profit 



The Ad Club is composed of a group of dedi- 
cated girls who sell the tickets to our athletic 
events here at Euclid. They carouse through our 
stands selling programs at football games. Be- 
cause of their work and dedication, they get into 
the games free. Due to their work, the Athletic 
Department is able to meet their financial needs 
during the year. 



The Investment Club meets during their Gov- 
ernment Economic class. As part of this class, 
students have an opportunity to purchase shares 
of stock. Each student must purchase at least 
one share to belong to the club. This year the 
club purchased shares of Ranger Oil. The Presi- 
dent is Pete Troha, the Secretary/Treasurer is 
Shirley Jue, and the Finance Director is Don Kni- 
fic. The Investment Club won first place this year 
for their Homecoming float. 




Investment Club 

Row 1, L to R: Rich Williams, Doris 
Skarica, Patty Hayes, Christy Hor- 
vath, Marty Talty. Row 2. L to R.- 
Mario Pinjuh, Eileen Welton. Back 
Row. L to R: Tiffany Buda, Denise 
Szabo, Alan Jones, Jim Brentar, 
Rachel Mann, Bob Penika, Don 
Knific, Craig Kordic, John Rupsic, 
Tim Kaselonis, Linda Sauerman, 
Debbie Holknecht, Bob Formica, 
Mike Mocny, Denise Jordan, Mr. 
Schonauer. 




Standing, L to R: Lauren Hale, 
Donna Zupan, Mr. Raicevich, Wen 
dy Wright, Barb Starr. Row 1, L to 
R: Louise Pardi, Chris Redman, Re- 
nee Osborne, Char Gold, Colleen 
Campbell. Row 2, L to R: Rose- 
mary Sulkowski, Beth Laufer, Lori 
Thompson, Julie Skur. Row 3, L to 
R: Laura Zebold, Julie Otcasek 
Barb Moeller, Vicki Centa Row 4, 
L to R: Lorna Coyne, Cheryl John 
son. Row 5. L to R: Mary Jo Ba 
lazs, Terri Stupica, Georgene Kor 
mos. Row 6, L to R: Tami West 
Nancy French, Missing: Cindy Ore 
hek. 

Ad Club 



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Varsity cheerleaders fire 
up the crowd 

The Varsity Cheerleaders prepared for the year by going to a cheer- 
leading camp at Ohio State. Later in the year they attended a clinic at 
Public Hall with Cleveland State cheerleaders. The captain for football 
was Louise Perryman; Janine Boettcher and Linda Hansen are co - 
captains for basketball. 





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Give me an E-U-C-L-I-D 




J.V. Basketball Front Row: Debbie Taylor, Lisa Kuhen, Katy Duffy Row 2: Kathy Ryder, Kristin Yamane, Jill Krawczyszyn, 
Jill Mast, Karen Harmon. 




Wrestling Front Row: Pam Paradiso, Beth Finke Row 2: Lori Springer, Sherrie Johnson Row 3: Gayle Kubik, 
Monica Pockar, Monica Parisi, Karen Malinowski 



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Pink Panthers 




The Pink Panthers are girls that keep 
the teams' uniforms intact. For their 
help they receive free admission to all 
sports events. 

Millie Jarc, Denise Jordan, Christina Berardin- 
elli, Josie Jarc. 



Lettermen 




Front Row: Carl Pungerchar, Greg Barnauskas, Al Peklay, Eric Treichel, Andy Barnauskas Row 2: Kevin Print, Chris Knight, 
Mark Bukovec, Frank Hribar, Al Totarella, Bob Bokar, Mr. Seymour Row 3: John Berlan, Eric Groudle, Rick INeiman, Mike 
Yeckley, Dave Nichting Row 4: Gary Brown, Joe Lewarski Row 5: Todd Barnard, Chuck Durst, Steve Marinkov, Nick 
Sakacs Row 6: Dan Daugherty, Bob Penicka, Rich Wiltrout, Tim Potokar. 



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WH2O . . . making waves" 



Wai Napolo's annual swim show, 
presented on January 31, February 1, 
and 2, was entitled WH20 . . . Making 
Waves. The girls put in countless 
hours of practice to perfect the show. 
The Opening and Finale were directed 
by student directors Nancy French and 
Diane Andrews. This year's solo, to the 
tune of "Annie's Song", was per- 
formed beautifully by Anne Shilander. 
Other highlights were the number with 
the three-year senior members of the 
club wearing lights on their suits, the 
underwater number, the eight-man 
chain dolphin, and the octet number. 
Thanks to Pete Troha- the disc jockey, 
Mrs. Therese Galicki, and Miss Judy 
Carmody, the show was a success. 

Girls practice tuxedo number. 








Pat Cotter and Steve Kato clown around at intermission. 




Wai Napolo: Laura Zebold, Jennifer Thomas, Jill Krawczyszyn, Allison Derreberry, Anne Shilander, Jane Bartel, Rosemarie Hunter, Sabrina 
Martinak, Jeanne Busher, Sue Hickey, Lori Hanson, Monica Pockar, Barb Starr, Lorna Coyne, Marcia Pierce, Kathy Kehn, Michelle Miller, 
Pam Parker, Wendy Wright, Barb Moeller, Diane Andrews, Nancy French, Mindy Peck, Dana Salem, Kathy Berlan. 



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Euclid's top voices 



The choirs, directed by Mr. Ronald Mor- 
gan, have brought musical enjoyment to 
students and people outside the school. The 
Varsity Chorale is a group of musically • 
attuned students who practice as an extra ■ 
curricular group. They perform both in and 
out of school, earning money for their trip to 
Disney World. The Choral Masters, com- 
posed of juniors and seniors, repeated a 
Channel 43 appearance this year at Christ- 
mas time and have appeared at Euclid 
Square Mall. These two groups and the 
Sophomore Choir perform at two concerts 
for parents and other viewers. The Sopho- 
more Choirs meet everyday 3rd and 5th pe- 
riod. They performed at the Winter Choral 
Concert, which was dedicated to the mem- 
ory of Sam W. Taylor, and will perform at 
the Spring Concert. 

Varsity Chorale Front Row (L to R): Laurie Norton, 
Julie Skur, Karen Johnson, Eileen Welton, Svetlana 
Beros, Linda Hansen Row 2: Georgene Kormos, Cyn- 
thia Woide, Judy Horning. Jackie Morabito Row 3: 
Thomas Spiessberger, Ken Bosco, Dan Weiss, John 
Eros, Ken Ferlito Row 4: Tony Mihelich, Ed Moles, 
Jim Cater, Greg Savernik. 



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Choral Masters Front Row: Linda Boone, Beth Mable, Linda Sauerman, Jackie Schulz, Diane Cibrik, Darlene Conrad, Sharon Lesler, Dana 
Salem, Lisa Berzin, Ken Ferlito, Tony Mihelich, Linda Bozak, Jill Nemecek, Jackie Morabito, Katie Caven, Lisa Son, Ruth Hommel. Row 2: 
Sue Tekanic, Jeanne Matuch, Debbie Grubb, Linda Hansen, Renee Osborne, Mary Jo Hulin, Laurie Malone, Cindy Vallee, Nicki lafelice, Ken 
Liebach, Mark Cefaratti, Dan Weiss, Gia Raffiale. Meg Clements, Jane Shunk, Judy Hornung, Ellen Kessler, Barb Gawor, Mary Ellen Marks 
Row 3: Mr Morgan, Colleen Campbell, Dawn Ehrhart, Rosemary Sulkowski, Laurie Norton, Rose Bene, Julie Nagode, Ann Masterson, Jum 
Brentar, Steve Lausin, Chris Gordon, Greg Savernik, Ed Noles, Bill Musick, Connie Bell, Anna Dovic, Barb Prizzi, Denise Myers, Debbie 
Zuzek, Barb Moeller. Row 4: Julie Skur, Anne Shilander, Sue Legan, Ellen Buck, Svetlana Beros, Kelly Clevenger, Renee Hall, Eileen Welton, 
Jim Cater, Tom Liddy, Thomas Spiessberger, John Eros, Ken Bosco, Karen Johnson, Millie Jarc, Julie Octasek, Sara Miller, Cindi Woide. 



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Sophomore Chorus 




Sophomore Chorus (3rd period). Front Row: Kelly Erne, Audrey Wintle, Kim Bertrand, Marie Cheatham. Row 2: Lisa Letcher, 
Megan Sawyer, Linda Cramer, Nina Valenti, Pam Paradiso, Martha Marett, Kevin Simon, Bill Jahnke, Patty Albanese, Caroline 
Medves, Debbie Taylor, Row 3: Cathy Kolton, Kelly Norton, Karen Sina, Barb Dearden, Dana Wood, Jim Speer, Paul Thorton, Kris 
Shook, Terri Oberaitis, Linda Zerby, Kathy Kause. Row 4: Karen Lockhart, Renee Mihelich, Terry Smiddy, Cindy Davis, Sue Roper, 
Heidi Schultz, Phil Mohorich, David Roberts, Tom Mullen, Donna Zak, Karen Kish, Kim Frasher, Mary Ellen Eiermann, Monica 
Pockar. 




Sophomore Chorus (5th period). Front Row: Debbie Bagwell, Linda Lewin, Gayle Kubik, Tim Coles, Kelly Reichert, Diane Snook, 
Laurie Hall, Marilyn Struna, Sue Sly. /?ow2:Denise Scheid, Cheryl Johnson, Janene Selway, Jenny Jambor, Audrey Lonchar, Sal 
Midolo, Sue Bukovec, Carol Octasek, Amy Wilson, Joycelee Kronik, Janice Mihelic, Beth Kupfer 



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Euclid's top musicians 



Symphonic Percussion: Dave Beal, Steve Kurrent, Chris 
Owens, Kevin Kelly, Tom Hink. 



Symphonic Woodwinds: Front Row: 

Robbie Rackar, Judy Krnc, Sally Jaksa, 
Beth Waltermeyer, Jeanine Valentine, 
Judy Braun; Row 2: Denise Szabo, Shar- 
on Synk, Bill Breton, Ruth Cook, Patty 
Drienka, Lori Tepley, Susan Nemeth, 
Debbie Reider, Dan Bower; Row 3: Ed 
Petric, T.J. Theodore, Ted Fabec, Scott 
Bratton, Joe Porten. 

Symphonic Brass Front Row: Wes Tay- 
lor, Scott Theodore, Ray Hendershot, 
Marty Talty, Tom Galon, Brian Reno, 
Dale Grubb; Row 2: Bob Thompson, Bri- 
an Speroff, Paul Resnik, Gary Summer- 
hill, Stan Matris, Barry Mitan; Row 3: 
Doug Rawlings, Neil Bierer, Joel Man- 
sperger, Judy Hasse, Linda Francetic 




Music of winds and strings 




Concert Band Woodwinds and Percussion: Front Row, Jane 
Srnik, Sheila Kelly, Destiny Morgan, Melanie McChancy, 
Janet Niccum, Jeff Westover; Row 2: Peggy Linn, Rene Sly, 
Margie Stevens, Peggy Hunt, Linda Ritini, Maureen Matras; 
Row 3: Ed Petric, Carolyn Rossman, Barb Starr, Louann 
Jones, Monica Parisi, Kim Rawlings, Keith Young; Row 4: 
Kevin Kelly, Mike Vitantonio, John Rose. 



Concert Band Brass: Front Row. Brian 
Chapman, Ellyn Gleisser, Steve Anzells, 
Bob Cable, Fred Ham; Row 2: Paul 
Glaser, Gary Buck, Mark Hansen, John 
Stephens, Marcia Shutty, Paul Rossman, 
Jeff Pritchard, Henry Stewart; Row 3: 
Keith Young, Mark Shimonek, Glen 
Zerby, Russ Oshaben, Dan Reichert, Rich 
Crine. 



Orchestra: Front Row, Amy Reno, Chris Saiopek, Suguna 
Kothapalli, Vicki Metzger, Angela Gubitosi; Row 2: Janet 
Strena, Lori Stevko, Alice Gregory, Dave Ponsart; Row J.- 
Dave Gaffney, Mark Lawyer, Terry Boggs, Mr. Hutson; Row 
4: Tom Saiopek, Patty Hastings. 



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Panther Jazz Band 



Stage Band. Front Row: Geoff Pritchard, Wes 
Taylor, Brian Reno, Dale Grubb, Dave Bukovec, 
Marty Talty Row 2: Diane Fakult, Kevin Kelly, 
Joe Porten, Bob Martin, Jim McChancy, Eric 
Kosten, Scott Bratton, Steve Kurrent, Mr Ko- 
chan, Mark Lawyer, Linda Lewin Row 3: Joel 
Mansperger, Judy Hasse, Neil Bierer, Linda 
Francetic, Doug Rawlings 




Basketball and wrestling trainers and aides 



Basketball Trainers. Front Row: Patty Hill, Greg 
Schalk, Sue Hromyko Row 2: Valerie Ventura, Den- 
ise Ault, Bev Finke Row 3: Theresa Dudek, Dar 
lene Manassa, Cheryl Warman. 



Wrestling Aides, Front Row: Paula Mulraney, Lisa 
Krean, Sue Balazs, Lisa Son, Kathy Cibrik; Row 2: 
Kris Shook, Kim Burrows, Destiny Morgan, Gina 
Evans; Row 3: Chris Lauria, Lisa Dezelon, Denise 
Strauss, Judy Ludvik, Sharon Lesler; Row 4: Re- 
nee Evans, Laura Bratina, Sharon Szalay, Laura 
Chukayne; Row 5: Sue Adams, Jacci Johnson, 
Mary Ellen Eiermann, Denise Eiermann, Chris 
Hoag. 




Swim timers, football and track aides 



Swim Timers Front Row: Laura Zebold, Chris 
Redman, Jackie Morbito; Row 2: Ann Cerer, 
Lorna Coyne, Barb Starr, Edith Stibinger, Jena 
Vanek, Lori Hane, Lauren Hale, Nancy French; 
Row 3: Joy Black, Laura Bratina, Julie Nagode, 
Dorine Groeso, Donata Schultz, Katie Cavan, 
Donna Zupan, Alison Derryberry. 




otball Aides Front Row: Julie Samuel, Kris Shook; Row 2: Vicki 
nta, Nancy Matoh. 



Football Trainers Front Row: Mary Ellen Eiermann, Sue Hromyko, Terri Stupica 
manager; Row 2: Patty Hill, Lori Thompson, Angie Boka, Joycelee Kronik. 



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American 
Field Service 



The American Field Service enables students to go abroad and live 
for the school year or the summer in a foreign country. Students from 
other countries can also come to the United States for a period of time. 
These students gain extensive knowledge about other cultures. 

AFS Officers Front Row (L to R): Donata Schutz, President; Thomas Spiessberg AFS 
student from Austria. Row 2: Beth Mable, Vice • President; Judy Braun. Treasurer; 
Kathy Drury, Secretary. 

AFS Front Row (L to R): Judy Hasse, Judy Braun, Kathy 
Drury, Angela Gubitosi. Row 2: Beth Mabel, Bill Mason, 
Andy Wilson, Thomas Spiessberger 




Bowling Club 

The Bowling Club is a newly - formed 
organization. The advisor is Mr. Morgan. 



Front Row: Rich Cowie. Row 2: Rich Doremus, 
Dan Bumbarger, Dave Pappas. Not Pictured: Bill 
Jahnke, Ken Curtis, Heidi Schultz, Glenn Waters, 
Michelle Lonchar, Joe Yan, Bill Fierle, Rich Fam- 
brini, Reno Poplstein. 




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Key Club swings, rakes, and carols 




The Key Club is a branch of the 
Kiwanis Club. The club contributes 
much time and effort in helping the 
community and the school. This year 
they have had a swing - a • thon at 
Memorial Park to benefit Mary Mavac 
Opportunity School, raked leaves for 
the Rosemary Home, helped with the 
Blood Mobile, went Christmas carol- 
ing, and passed out warehouse cata- 
logues to raise money for the club. 



Officers: Doug Sebusch ■ Secretary, Joe Mers- 
nik • Treasurer, Dave Zagore • President, Duane 
Foy - 2nd Vice President, Nav Singh - 2nd Vice 
President, Dale Stelmach • 1st Vice President. 




Front Row (L to R): Dave Zagore, Duane Foy, Joe Mersnik, Doug Sebusch, Row 2: Mr. Heramb, 
Paul Whang, Dan Greene, Paul Glaser, Mr. Hill, Kiwanis Advisor. Row 3: Kurt Rassmusen, Dale 
Stelmach, Jerry Davies, Debbie Reider. Row 4:Russ Oshaben, Brian Reno, Beth Kupfer. Row 5: 
Louis Zakrajsek, Bob Vance, Allan Black, Jane Stragisher. Row 6: Nav Singh, Scott Wright, Bill 
June. Row 7: Mike Voase. 



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Our Town 



Bill Musick, Stage Manager, adds his comments 
at the end of the scene. 



The Fall Play, Our Town, was presented on November 15, 16, and 17. The 
story takes place in Grovers Corners, New Hampshire. Emily Webb, played by 
Julie Nagode, eventually marries George Gibbs, played by Jim Cater. Emily 
eventually dies and joins the others in the graveyard. When George comes to 
visit, Emily only looks on sadly. Wishing to re-live one day of her life, Emily is 
brought back to her twelfth birthday. She is disappointed as she realizes that 
life just goes too fast and people never realize how wonderful each moment is. 
Other main characters included Bill Musick, Kelly Clevenger, and Karen 
Johnson. 




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Jim Cater, George Qibbs, talks to Julie Nagode, Emily Webb, as Karen Johnson, Mrs. Webb, 
supervises. 



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Jim Cater, George Gibbs, marries Julie Nagode, Emily Webb. 




Kelly Clevenger-Mrs. Gibbs, Karen Johnson-Mrs. Webb, Laurie Nor- 
ton-Mrs. Soames. 




Jim Cater is interrupted by his sister, Jackie Morabito, while 
thinking of Julie Nagode, who is next door. 



Cast 



Stage Manager 
Dr. Gibbs 
Mrs. Gibbs 
Mrs. Webb 
George Gibbs 
Rebecca Gibbs 
Wally Webb 
Emily Webb 
Mr. Webb 
Simon Stimson 
Mrs. Soames 



Bill Musick 

John Eros 

Kelly Clevenger 

Karen Johnson 

Jim Cater 

Jackie Morabito 

Bob Crane 

Julie Nagode 

Brian Chapman 

Ken Ferlito 

Laurie Norton 



Townspeople- Virginia Balogh, Darlene Conrad, Dawn Ehrhart, Re- 
nee Mihelich, Tony Mihelich, Janet Smith, Audrey Wintle 



Jim Cater, George Gibbs at the cemetary. 



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Student Council heads school and community activities 



The Student Council is an organi 
zation that provides for student par 
ticipation in student affairs. They or 
ganize Winter Festival, Homecom 
ing, and the Battle of the Classes 
This year they sent Thanksgiving 
baskets and had a Christmas party 
for a nursing home. There is a ban- 
quet at the end of the year to culmi- 
nate the year's activities. 

Executive Board Front Row: Lori Thomp- 
son, Vicki Centa, Nancy French, Joe Mers- 
nik, Julie Skur, Barb Moeller. Row 2: Mi- 
chelle Miller, Duane Foy, Jane Bartel, Meg 
McLaughlin, Sandy Morgan. 





Student Council, Front Row: Heidi Draxler, Kathy Drury, Julie Skur, Jane Bartel, Josie Jarc, Karen Naninger, Tami West, Barb 
Moeller, Julie Otcasek, Mary Jo Balazs, Linda Alaburda; Row 2: Kelly Dunlevy , Colleen Campbell, Vicky Centa, Nancy French, 
Joe Mersnik, Diane Cribik, Linda Hansen, Terri Mackanos, Sue Meglich, Cindy Orehek, Sunita Gupta; Row 3: Rosemary 
Sulkowski, Debbie Waterman, Helene Lusoski, Jean Matuch, Meg McLaughlin, Karen Johnson, Laurie Norton, Svetlana 
Beros, Chrissy Reider, Karen Gordon, Barb Simek, Anne Shilander; Row 4: Lori Thompson, Rob Formica, Diane Fakult, Ellen 
Kessler, Donata Schulz, Millie Jarc, Sandy Morgan, Shelley Miller; Row 5:Duane Foy, Bob Fox, Mickey Glicken, Doug Sebusch, 
Bob Penicka, Chris Kucmanic. 



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Student Council Officers 




Officers Front Row (L to R): Lori Thompson • 
President, Vicki Centa • Secretary Row 2: 
Duane Foy • Vice President, Jane Bartel • Trea- 
surer. 



Debate Club 

The Debate Club participated in competition at the 
begining of the school year. They now recite poetry, 
monologues, and still debate even though not in competi- 
tion. 

Pictured: Tammy Ware 



Sophomore and Junior Organizers 




Junior Class. Front Row: Kathy Kehn, Marcia Pierce, Beth Hook, Char Gole, 
Doug Leu; Row 2: Beth Mabel, Kelly Clevenger, Kathy Drury, Patty Hill, 
Katie Duffy, Heidi Draxler; Row 3: Steve Fleck, Steve Lausin, Barb Prizzi, 
Sue Hromyko, Dave Hanson; Row 4: Charley Booms. 



Junior Class, Cabinet Front Row: Beth Mabel, Beth Hook; Row 2: 
Char Gole, Patty Hill; Row 3: Kathy Kehn, Kelly Dunlevy; Row 4: 
Heidi Draxler, Sue Hromyko; Row 5: Kelly Clevenger, Katie Duffy, 
Kathy Drury. 



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Leaders of the Senior Class 




The Senior Class Cabinet meets 
every Tuesday and Thursday before 
school with Dr. Bergem. A couple 
times a month, the cabinet and class 
meet in the Little Theatre before 
school. They have planned a trip to 
Hawaii, raffled elves at Christmas, 
won the Christmas decorations con- 
test, and discussed Senior Prom • 
when and what band ■ and gradu- 
ation at Front Row. 

Senior Class Cabinet Front Row: Josie 
Jarc, Beth Laufer, Julie Octasek, Mary Jo 
Balazs, Barb Moeller, Carol Hanson, Nancy 
French; Row 2: Diane Fakult, Joe Mersnik, 
Millie Jarc, Lori Thompson, Tim Potokar, 
Julie Skur. 



Senior Class Front Row: Linda Alaburda, Cindy Orehek, Svetlana Beros, Ellen Kessler, Sunita Gupta, Karen Naninger, Renee Osborne, 
Diane Cibrik, Tami West, Vicky Centa, Ferolyn Powell, Bob Penicka; Row 2: Sue Legan, Ellen Buck, Michelle Lonchar, Eileen Welton, Jill 
Badstibner, Terri Stupica, Jane Bartel, Sara Miller, Sabrina Martinak, Linda Hansen, Rosemary Sulkowski, Don Knific, Michelle Miller, Rob 
Formica; /?oiv3:Maria Sajn, Debbie Grubb, Jackie Hall, Jeanne Matuch, Collee, Campbell, Anne Shilander, Karen Johnson, Kathy DeMarco, 
Sue Nemeth, John Rose. 



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Wheelers, dealers, . . . 



The Pinochle Club meets every so often to improve 
their card-playing skills and just have a good time. 

Pinochle Club: Meg Clements Not Pictured: Mr. Sallach, Mr. Cle- 
ments, Steve Anzells. 



. . . and welders 



The Metal Sculpture Club, headed 
by Mr. Germock, have a chance to 
create their own works of art. 
Through creativity and soldering 
skill, they learn to work with metal 
and create unique objects. 




Metal Sculpture: Mr. Germock, Danny Cononie, Mark Emser, Rudy Benedejio, George Weisert. 



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Sights and sounds 



The PA Announcers are just about the only stu- 
dents at Euclid High who can get enthusiastic about 
"Another morning." They do their best to wake up 
those who sleep through homeroom by providing 
valuable information about special activities. Many 
thanks. 



PA Announcers: Jackie Morabito, Ferolyn Powell, Pete Troha. 
Lori Thompson, Carol Hanson, Tami West. 

The Media Aides are more important 
than most people think. They tape all the 
sports events and provide students and 
teachers with audio/visual aids to en- 
hance the learning process. 



Media Aides Row 1: Rich Williams, Keith Bowes, 
Steve Kurrent, Alan Black. Row 2: Steve Lausin, 
Mirko Mujic, Brian Chapman, Gregg Kocin, Paul 
Resnik, Mark (Jrbas. 



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Library pages 



The library pages are concerned stu- 
dents that help the librarians by put- 
ting away books, lamination pictures, 
straightening shelves, and assisting in 
various other duties. 




Richard Doremus, Tony Harwood, Jeff Griffin, Carol Rozum, Karen Pfriem. 




Front Row: April Ciarlillo, Deia Rice, Joe Gdovic Row 2: Rich Williams, Keith Young, Debbie Reid, 
Yvonne Miller, Martha Eyman. 



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Radio-computer club 




In an effort to obtain an ama- 
tuer radio license, the students 
in the Radio Club learn the ba- 
sics of radio broadcast tech- 
nique. By next year, this club 
will probably be called the Ra- 
dio and Computer Club as tech- 
niques become modernized 
with the use of computers. 



Radio Club: Brian Reno. Beth Kupfer, Ray Tice, Don Kucera, Stan Krulc, Nav Singh, Dave Zagore. 



Science seminar 




Students in the Science Seminar club 
have the chance to learn all about engineer- 
ing and science careers through lectures, 
laboratory visits, and discussion. The club is 
headed by Mrs. Lucas. 



Science Seminar: Jim Cater, Greg Schalk, Paul 
Glaser. 



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Powder Puff ends in tie again 






On November 11, in Euclid High School Stadium, the blue and 
gold teams met. The girls practiced after school and weekends in 
the cold and rain trying to get organized into a team by their 
coaches. Played on a muddy field in the cold, the game proved to 
be exciting down to the last minute, ending in a 34 • 34 tie. 

Tammy Ware (gold) gets the hand off from Terri Stupica. 




WMMSm^M? 





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Blue Team, Front Row: Jeanne Matuch, Micki Bolocanoff, Mary Jo Balazs, Julie Skur, Vicki Centa, Barb Moeller, Nancy French, Maria Sajn, 
Michelle Lonchar. Row 2: Debbie Zuzek, Lori Zivkovich, Debbie Hegedus, Meg Clements, Rosemary Sulkowski, Beth Laufer, Cindy Orehek, 
Sue Meglich, Ruth Schueneman, Laura Bennett, Jane Bartel, Debbie Fagan, Lori Thompson. Row 3: Tony Rowland, Roseann Divincenzo, 
Patty Purvis, Julie Fifik, Agnes Ortman, Natalie Rendina, Nancy Heimsoth, Patty Hayes, Karen Nainiger, Ellen Kessler, Donata Schultz, 
Carol Hanson. Row 4: Nancy Gargiulio, Ruth Hommel, Karen Halliday, Mary Jo Hulin, Lori Rogers, Sue Roeder, Lisa Simmons, Sue Turner, 
Sue Legan, Amy Arnold, Sally Jaksa, Rose Bene. Row 5 Coaches: Joe Mersnik, Joe Massaro, Tom Lynch. Not Pictured: Barry Maxwell, Jeff 
Sidak, Noreen Hernan, Linda Alaburda, Lisa Andrews, Jean Araps, Svetlana Beros, Darlene Bowins, Ellen Buck, Colleen Driscoll, Lee Ann 
Ecker, Niki lafelice, Ruthanne Kubik, Chris Kumanic, Nancy Lombardi, Sabrina Martinak, Pam Parker, Jackie Ryder, Denise Selvaggio, 
Doris Skarica, Nancy Sledz, Liz Taylor, Donna Wisniewski, Karen Wonderly, Lori Zivkovich. 



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Bernadette Hannan, Laura Chukayne, and Christie Horvath 
cheer as the gold team scores. 

Jay Attwood • gold cheerleader 




Cold team Front Row: Jay Attwood; flow 2; Holly King, Diane Perusek, Sherie Garapic, Ferolyn Powell, Julie Octasek, Kim Burrows, Debbie 
Waterman, Pam Whaling, Terri Stupica, Edie Stibinger, Val Baris, Lori Malone, Denise Jordan, Christie Horvath, Millie Jarc, Josie Jarc Row 
3: Anne Krysiak, Tiffany Buda, Patty Naro, Maureen Dupay, Karen Busdeicker, Sandy Gross, Kelly Reminick, Chris Redman, Marcia Novak, 
Rosie DeMattie, Debbie Grubb, Debbie Holcknecht, Donna Johnson Row 4: Gina Giallombardo, Kelly Kirchmeir, Cindy Slovenec, Janine 
Boettcher, Tami West, Sue Nemeth, Colleen Campbell, Renee Osborne, Denise Eiermann, Laura Chuckayne, Bernadette Hannan, Jill 
Badstibner, Karen Fratino, Jean Ellis Row 5: Jim Galloway, Bob Prizzi • coach, John Maroli • coach, Larry Kaifesh, Helene Lususki, Kelly 
Wilbur ■ coach, Eileen Welton. Not Pictured: Karen Behun, Beth Black, Sue Bukovec, Diane Cibrik, Debbie Cup, Patty Drienka, Martha 
Eyman, Lisa Fiorelli, Teri Jamnik, Sue Mauser, Debbie McGinley, Kelly McKenna, Rosie Nacinovich, Sharon Harth, Louise Perryman, Kim 
Stegh, Kathy Templar, Cindy Vallee, Terry Weber, Laura Zebold, Wally Vance - head coach. 



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Water Polo finished 5th in state 



The Water Polo club, sponsored by Joe Ro- 
driguez, ended its season ranked fifth in the 
state. On the way to this impressive finish, the 
boys, led by co • captains Mark Carney and 
Greg Pyle, compiled an overall record of 8 - 7. 
Most of the losses were at the hands of Berea, 
who finally fell victim to the Panthers for the 
first time ever at the State Tournament, during 
their last game. For their fine season perfor- 
mances, Greg Pyle and Eric Zebold were no- 
minated for the All - State Water Polo team. 

Front Row: Mark Francetic, Tom Powell. Mark Hansen, 
Tom Ruzich, Row 2: Tom Coyne. Scott Gundling, Paul 
Rossman, Scott Clines, Erik Wuchter, Row 3: Mark Car- 
ney, Dan Green, Paul Schulz, Eric Zebold, Greg Pyle 




Mr. Rodriguez talks to the team before the game. 




Mark Carney (25) and Eric Zebold (28) reach for the ball to gain control. 



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Girls' Leaders Club 



The leaders assist the physical education teachers in 
class. They referee games, demonstrate techniques, and 
take attendance. They have raised money by selling pret- 
zels after school and candy at Christmas. 

Executive Board Front Row:Lisa Wardeiner, Mrs. Fox, Micki Bolocanoff. 
Row 2: Carol Hanson, Terri Mackanos, Martha Eyman. Not Pictured: 
Mary Jo Balazs, Chairman. 




Front Row: Ellen Buck, Meg 
McLaughlin, Carol Hanson, Lisa 
Wardeiner, Judy Krnc, Lisa Son. 
Row 2: Laura Wachaus, Ann 
Wintle, Janine Swoboda, Linda 
Lawrence, Colleen Murphy, Mar- 
tha Eyman. Row 3: Barb Theus, 
Joy Hoon, Angie Boka, Eileen 
O'Brien, Chris Reider. Row 4: 
Char Gole, Teri Mackanos, Meg 
Clements. Row 5: Debbie Hege- 
dus, Carol Campbell, Micki Bolo- 
canoff. 



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Swim leaders 



Cinder the direction of Mr. Resch, 
the Swim Leaders assist in class by 
taking attendance, helping with 
warm-ups, and passing out towels. 
They are the talented students who 
teach the skills needed to become a 
good swimmer and diver. Their as- 
sistance is invaluable. 




Swim Leaders: Row 1: Denise Strauss, Sue Hickey, Lori Hanson, Darlene Conrad, Beth Hook, 
Jeanne Busher Row 2: Jena Vanek, Lorna Coyne, Carol McCartney, Marc Lo Presti, Dave 
Fedakowski, Tom Ruzich, Steve Fleck. Row 3: Barb Starr, Doug Springer, Jim Harchar. Row 4: 
Diane Andrews, Jeanette Roper, Lori Sajn, Jennifer Thomas, Josie Jarc, Millie Jarc, Judy Braun, 
Carol Schneider, Doug Leu, Dave Hanson. 




Outdoor activities 



The Outdoor Club, advised by Mr. Soltesz, 
consists of students who enjoy spending time 
preserving nature. 

Steve Lausin, Janet Smith, Brian Chapman. Not Pic- 
tured: Sue Bukovec, Kathy Ray, Patti Callahan, Louann 
Jones, Betsy Pickel, Sue Volante, Brian Schultz. 




Ski Club: Don Wright, Char Gole, 
Gayle Kubik, Beth Finke, Connie 
Bell. Row 2: Beth Kupfer, Diane 
Cibrik, Ellen Kessler, Beth Hook, 
Roberta Yuhas, Sharon Knack, 
Donna Zupan, Cheryl Johnson, 
Sandy (Jkmar, Lisa Letcher Row 3: 
Katie Cavan, Judy Mast, Paul 
Hwang, Greg Andersky, Dave Beal, 
Jenny Jambor, Monica Pokar Row 
4: Rick Stermole, Sandy Frank, 
Scott Ullman, Eileen Welton, Jane 
Shunk, Beth Laufer, Dan Weiss, 
Jill Krawczyszyn, Lori Springer, 
Lauren Hale, Karen Harmon, Beth 
Franko, Sandy Glicker, Renee Ev- 
ans 



Euclid's best publication 



The Euclidian Staff is a group of dedicated students 
who work very hard to produce a good yearbook. Many 
people help with the selling of advertising and of books. 
In order to meet deadlines that don't always come at the 
best times, they get up early during vacations and come 
into school and stay late after school. After it is all over, 
they relax and wait for the final result. 

Front Row: Sue Nemeth, Judy Krnc Row 2: Maria Sajn, Diane Cibrik, 
Roberta Yuhas Row 3: Ann Masterson, Svetlana Beros, Beth Cramer 
Row 4: Kathy DeMarco, Simone Lisac Row 5: Steve Lausin, Ellen 
Kessler 




Underclass Editors: Brian Reno, Linda Lawrence 
Sports Editor: Judy Krnc 





Activities Editor: Kathy DeMarco 



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Euclidian Artist: Bill Mason 



Euclidian Advisors: Mr. Petrovic, Mr. Dickinson 



National Honor Society 



Students in the National 
Honor Society are selected on 
the basis of their leadership 
ability, scholastic achieve- 
ment, and community service. 
These students were carefully 
selected to join this honorary 
group last spring. 




NHS Front Row: Debbie Grubb, Sandy Morgan - President. Diane Cibrik, Diane Fakult, Joe Mersnik - Vice- 
President, Ellen Kessler, Svetlana Beros, Jeff Potokar, Steve Kurrent, Row 2: Carol Hanson, Kathy 
DeMarco, Meg Clements, Sabrina Martinak, Julie Nagode, Jackie Morabito, Joe Harbert, Josie Jarc - 
Secretary, Millie Jarc Row 3: Linda Francetic, Julie Fifik, Jill Bradstibner, Susan Nemeth, Patty Drienka, 
Ken Kohagen, Art Buanno Row 4: Robbie Rackar, Jackie Zorko, Jeannine Boettcher, Sharon Synk, 
Donata Schulz, Terri Mackanos, Tim Potokar, Dave Nichting, Jeff Freedman - Treasurer. 



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Hero club and 500 mile club 




Hero Club: Row 1: Lisa Ogorek, Sue Markiewicz. Row 2: Kim Antonick, Kathy Jeffries, Parsa McGraw, Susan 
Nunnally, Kelly Sivert, Sheron Schiller, Becky Burge. Row 3: Miss Edna Noble, Mrs. Pat Arko, Sue Makela, Mary 
Sabetto, Theresa Smiddy, Karen Wonderly, Terri Weber, Pam Parker, Patty Schultz, Peggy Wiegand, Laura Steyer. 




Some of the members of the 500 Mile Club are 
on track or cross country teams. These students 
have completed 500 miles worth of running. 
They build up their endurance and, of course, 
enjoy the challenge. 



Paul Glaser, Mark Walters, Steve Kato, Art Buanno. 



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Survey - the second best publication 



All year long, the Euclidian and Survey staffs 
enjoy a friendly rivalry as the two chief publica- 
tions at the high school. The Survey, the maga- 
zine - format newspaper, is published six times a 
year. The high school journalists write articles 
ranging from school events, to sports, movie 
reviews, present trends, polls, and feature sto- 
ries. 



Front Row (L to R): Sharon Synk, Noami Higaki, Paul 
Hwang, Robert Yuhas, Sandy Glicker, Jackie Zorko Row 
2: Tom Tonkley, Dawn Erhart, Janet Reinke, Art Buanno, 
Lisa Barash; Row 3: Greg Schalk, Ray Giangiacomo, Ron 
Kotar, John Eros; Row 4: Bob Crane, Patty Purvis, Roberta 
Racker, Sabrina Martinak, Carol Hanson, Joe Mersnik, 
Judy Krnc Not Pictured: Georgene Kormos, Svet Beros, 
Terry Donner, Linda Francetic, Joe Harbert, Chris Hoag, 
Brenda Jones, Lori Kimura, Joycelee Kronik, Karen Mack 
ell, Jim McChancy, Dave Nichting, Tim Potokar, Chris 
Shook. Wendy Stroud, Ray Tice, Cheryl Twoey, Tammy 
Ware, Jeff Westover, Gary Collins, Daryl Gordon, Sue Ne- 
meth. 






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Editors - in - chief: Carol Hanson, Robbie Rackar, Jackie Zorko. 



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Advisors: Mr. J. Antonini, Mr. W. McGuinness 



Associates to the Editors: Sharon Synk, Ray Giangiacomo. 




International Quill and Scroll 



Students inducted into the Interna- 
tional Quill and Scroll are those who 
have put their time, talent, and energy 
into the publishing of the Euclidian, 
Eucuyo, and Survey. Members can be 
proud of their achievements and their 
selection to this elite group. 



Euclidian- IQS Front Row: Bill Mason, Brian 
Reno, Linda Lawrence, Judy Krnc; Row 2: 
Kathy DeMarco, Jill Badstibner, Ann Master- 
son; Row 3: Svetlana Beros, Eileen Welton, Su- 
san Nemeth, Carol Hanson. 




Eucuyo ■ IQS Front Row: Julie Fifik, Terry Donner, Linda Boone, Lori Kimura; 
Row 2: Georgene Kormos, Lynne Blevins, Lisa Barash. 



Survey ■ IQS Front Row. Carol Hanson, Svetlana Beros; 
Row 2: Sharon Synk, Robbie Rackar, Jackie Zorko; Row 3: 
Greg Schalk, Ron Kotar, Ray Giangiacomo. 



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Eucuyo 




The Eucuyo, advised by Mr. Henderson, 
is published annually. It is made up of po- 
ems, plays, short stories, and art work that 
is contributed by students. The staff selects 
the best works and then arranges them into 
a booklet that is sold at the end of the year 
to the student body. 



Lori Kimura, Lynne Blevins, Georgene Kormos, Terry Donner, Linda Boone, Julie Fifik. 



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The butler did it 



Miss Maple, (Jackie Morabito), invites 
some detective- mystery writers to Ra- 
venswood Manor for a now-you-see-it, 
now- you-don't charade. Rick Carlyle, 
(Steve Kurrent), is murdered, and every- 
one goes about solving the mystery, pro- 
ducing some hilarious results. 




'Let's dance." 





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She's napping, I tell you. 



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Note the cast's seriousness about their characters 






"Louie Fan ... 1 accuse you of treachery 




Cast 


Miss Maple 


Jackie Morabito 


Miss Haversham Julie Nagode 


Chandler 


John Eros 


Rita 


Tina DiBacco 


Louie Fan 


Bob Crane 


Rick Carlyle 


Steve Kurrent 


Laura Carlyle 


Denise Fetko 


Peter Flimsey 


Jim Speer 


Charity 


Dana Salem 


Father White 


Ken Ferlito 



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Machines I and II 



Machines I: Damir Segina, Tom Cla- 
sen. Jack Heasley, Todd Ivancic, Mr. 
Simpson, John Turcinov, Ray Sim- 
kins, Jeff Bleigh, Bob Kinkoff. Dan 
Battaglia, Bill Pozun, Zdenko Segina. 

Machines II Front Row: C. Kirchner, 
James Fratcher, Stuart Thompson, 
Frank Koncar, Douglas Carter. Row 2: 
Clarence Senn, Mark Sawyer, Donald 
Cramer, Paul Gregorc, Rick Lusky. 





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Auto I and II 



Automotives is a two ■ year 
vocational program. Auto I 
meets the first 4 periods, and 
Auto II meets the last 4 periods 
everyday. Students have ac- 
cess to an auto shop right at 
the high school. They learn re- 
pair and maintenance for al 
types of cars. Residents of Eu- 
clid are able to bring their cars 
to the shop for repair. 

Auto /.-Rick Perusek, Brett Dubecky, 
Michael Andrews,' Dave Pappas, Ken 
Burton, Keith Keal, Steve Zak, Tim 
Golden, Don Glaser, Jim Brady, Steve 
Turk, Bill Buettner, John Dea, Ray 
Klimos, Kim McKenna, Mike Yentz, 
Dan Danzinger, Rudi Knaus, Dave 
Turner, Ed Glover, Bob Willrich, Doug 
Winstead. 

Auto II Front Row: Gary Nousek, Bill 
Fierle, Ray Burris, Dominick Scheid, 
John Bosco, Bill Shega. Row 2: John 
Fowle, Dan Ross, Gery Saba, Rick 
Hrwatzki, Dan Heglaw, Larry Ede, Jeff 
Sidak, Dave Ice. Row 3: Kevin Print, 
Jim Ferencak, Karl Wendel, Ron Ko- 




D. C. T. 



The D.C.T program at Euclid High is a work study 
program that deals with industrial and health occu- 
pations. Students go to school in the morning and 
work at job training stations in the afternoon. 

Front Row: Nick Sakacs, George Heimberger, Keith Stumph; 
Row 2: Doug Jones, Chris Munici, Chris Parker; Row 3: John 
Pavis, Sharon Harth, Joanna Young, Laurie Glick; Row 4: 
Sherie Garapic, Jane Palinkas, Karen Halliday, Ed Konchar; 
Row 5: Paul Owen, Patty Hastings, Matt Owen, Monica Veres; 
Row 6: Dean Bucceri, Mr. Homovec, Tom Hick, Dave Galyas, 
Mike Pardue. 



C.O.E. 



The Cooperative Office Education club 
attends school in the morning and works 
at local businesses in the afternoon. The 
students gain skill in different business 
fields to prepare them for when they gra- 
duate from high school. 

Front Row: Laurie Beros, Sue Roeder, Cindy Ste- 
venson, Heidi Koch, Val Baris, Robin Brown, Janet 
Phillips, Maureen Dupay, Mrs. Williams Row 2: 
Kathy Rotondo, Yvonne Zurga, Sue Turner, Lisa 
Simmons. Debbie Jones, Arlene Bowins, Eileen 
Criado, John Monticelli 




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Occupational Work Experience Club 




The Occupational Work Ex- 
perience Club prepares stu- 
dents for the future. They learn 
how to handle different situa- 
tions and positions. 

OWE Front Row: Al Schiller, Tim 
Sweeney, Bob Znidarsic, Dino Insana. 
Row 2: John Glicken Steve (Jnick, 
Kim Parsons, Jim Vohnout, Ron Gie- 
link, Diane Kowalewski, Debbie Mur- 
ray, Lynn Snyder, Ron Carpenter, Joe 
Lanese. Row 3, Gary Danolfo, Norm 
Callahan, Mike Kacperski, Mark 
Schultz, "Pugs" Scott, Eric Ladovich, 
Gene Wrenn, Debbie Austin, Wayne 
Frimel. Row 4: Jim Dotson, John 
Christopher, Tim Breeden, John Bre- 
chen, Jack Crouch, Bob Magruder, 
Ron Ledger, Bill McKenzie, Ann 
Meyers. 



Distributive Education Club Of America 




The Distributive Education 
Club of America allows stu- 
dents to work out in the real 
world and receive a grade for 
their work. They learn how to 
handle money, figure tax, and 
other business - type transac- 
tions. 

DECA Front Row: Kelly McKenna, 
Patty Naro, Ken Bernacki, Debbie 
Weslee, Row 2: Richard Smelko, Col- 
leen Driscoll, Diana Watson, Denise 
Selvaggio, Denise Geddes, Janet D'A- 
mico, Michele Maggio, Elizabeth Sa- 
chobaun. Row 3: Mr. Ralph Sibert, 
Scott McCance, Thomas Clapp, Rich- 
ard Machine, Brian Speroff, Joseph 
Tuft. 



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Super Stenos 



The Vocational Stenography program offers 
students the chance to perfect the many skills 
needed to be an efficient office worker. The 
emphasis is on shorthand, but the students 
also learn how to run various office machines. 
Besides the typing and shorthand, students 
learn office procedures, business English, busi- 
ness math, and filing. 



Regina Cirota, Lori Artzner, and Laurie DeLuca • Super Stenos. 



Steno I: Front Row, Denise Strauss, Colleen O'Neill, 
Angie Boka, Sue Lokar; Row 2: Tammy Sprague, Debi 
Laska, Janet Faragon, Bev lafelice; Row 3: Judy Lynch, 
Mary Lynn Fasham, Ann Wintle; Row 4: Vesna Markon, 
Sandy Frank, Hope Dayle, Denise Fetko, Debbie Faight, 
Joy Black. 

Steno II: Front Row. Debbie Nemerovsky; Row 2: Robi 
Soeder, Debbie Cup; Row 3: Kathy Ludvik, Renee Rose, 
Nancy Lombardi; Row 4: Carol Gessler, Vicki Krcal, 
Kathy DeMarco, Patty Miller; Row 5: Lori Artzner, Laurie 
DeLuca, Regina Cirota; Row 6: Kate Kotar, Miss Ivansek. 




Expert Typists 




The Clerk Typists, through 
concentrated work, strive to 
develop their typing skills, In 
their senior year, they have the 
opportunity to work afternoons. 

Clerk Typists I Sitting (L to R): 

Allison White, Carol Schneider, Vicki 
Voase, Diane Stipkovich Standing: 
Adrienne Perovsek, Joan Kreckal, 
Doreen Bussey, Jill Whaling, Lee Ann 
Hicks, Toni Jamison, Diane Hamilton, 
Denise Martin, Donna Whelan. 



Clerk Typists II (L to R): Donna Wisniewski, Donna Ferrara, Bernadette Mannan, Rachel Mann, 
Roseann Divincenzo, Roseanne DeMattie, Terri Meyers. 



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Data Processing 



The members of Data 
Processing work with 
numbers, both with com- 
puter and business em- 
phasis. Their goal is to 
gain an understanding of 
computers and big busin- 
esses for their future ca- 
reers. They raise funds 
through candy sales and 
other school activities. 
Due to their dedication 
and hard work, these stu- 
dents are preparing for 
their futures today. 




Data Processing I, Front Row: Diane Polaski, Lori Sobecki llona Maciejawskas, Tina Hutton, Anita 
Jankowski, Nancy Ivancic. Row 2: Darlene Pongalre, Annette Batya, Carol Chase, Tammy Burke, Row 3: 
Debbie Manassa, Rich Horton, Chris Zaffer, Renee Rodgers, Mike Zagersky, Rob Sheridan. 



Data Processing II, Front Row: 

Margie O'Donnell, Sharon Holland, 
Lisa Fierelli, Janice Lexa, Wanda 
Hayes, Ruth Schuenemann, Donna 
Wesler, Bonnie Bydash. Row 2: 
Mike Braidich, Andy Barnauskas, 
Jim Resenberger, Jim Reeves. 




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Accounting 




These students' lives revolve around 
figures of all kinds, Students in the Vo- 
cational Accounting program learn the 
basic skills and techniques for future 
occupations. The class is divided into 
two levels, junior and senior. With the 
help of their teachers and tremendous 
dedication, these people hope to pursue 
some type of career using the skills they 
have developed. 



Accounting I: Jim Gorjup, Dyanne King, Denise Santon, Lori Appleton, Kathy Stanke, 
Jeannine Carol, Jeff Griffin, John Miklos, Karen Knaus, Chris Logan, Donna Dawson, 
Judy Mast, Gale Johnson. Absent: Colleen McCreary. 




Accounting II: Helen Linane, Linda Warner, Mario Pinjuh, Denise Szabo Sandy Kucera, Patty 
Dolsen, Lenore Berk, Marion Klun, Lisa Littleton, Nena Yeckley, Barb Saley. 



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Child care I and II 



Child Care is a class in which 
students go to Noble School for 
half a day. These girls teach 
nursery-school-aged children 
how to get acquainted with 
school work and other children 
their own age. This is a great 
preparation for a child before 
kindergarten. It is also a great 
experience and responsibility 
for the girls. 




Child Care I Front Row: Laura Steyer, Peggy Wiegand, Lisa Ogorek, Sue Makela; Row 2: Kathy Jeffreis, 
Kim Antonick. Sue Markiewicz, Parsa McGraw, Miss Noble. Not Pictured:Ton\ Civitarese, Becky Burge, 
Mary Sabett. 




Child Care II Front Row: Susan Nunnally, Kelly Sivert, Angie Dombrosky, Sharon Schiller; Row 2: Greta 
Trommetter, Theresa Smiddy, Terri Weber. Pam Parker, Patty Schultz, Mrs. Arko. 



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Vocational art I and II 




The Vocational Art course gives 
students the chance to improve 
their art skills through a two-year 
program. They are prepared for fu- 
ture careers in the world of art. 
Throughout the year they offer their 
talents to other clubs and organiza- 
tions. 



Vocational Art I Front Row: Bob Jakovcic, Norma Ross, Cathy Jones, Sharon Knack, Julia 
Koenig, Greg Santon, Mr. Patton Row 2: Allen Bumbarger, Bob Boyd, JoAnn Gilchrist, Gina Evans, 
Steve Hurshman, Tammy Corbran, Nancy Takiguchi, Nancy Bulick, Sandy Kozel, Chris Pringle 
Row 3: Brian Campbell, Craig Williams, Gary Supinski, Carla Salomone, Jim Ray. 




Vocational Art II Front Row: Al Lottes, Sherri Holomek, Marian lannica, Greg Hennon, Tina 
Seachrist, Mr. Patton Row 2: Joe Bunch, Diana Meyenberg, Tammy Tucci, Michelle Lonchar, 
Claudia Carlson, Mike Voase. 



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Cosmetology I 

The Junior Cosmetologists meet afternoons at Euclidian 
Beauty College on Shore Center Drive. These girls learn the 
basics of make ■ up application and hair styling. This is their 
first year of a two • year program. 



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Fronf Row: Miss Low, Maria Maniglia, Louie Dipaolo, Row 2: Valerie Hrobat, Debbie Skula, Sue 
Soeder, Row 3: Janis Ratliff, Tammy Van J3eneden. Row 4; Robin Gleink, Lisa Feritto Row 5: Sheri 
Siefierd, Lori Schmit Row 6: Kelly Dezelon, Brenda Roberts. 



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Cosmetology II 

The Senior Cosmetologists spend their afternoons at Eucli- 
dian Beauty College. They perfect their beauty skills in their 
second year. They will eventually take an exam to obtain their 
state licenses for cosmetology. 




Front Row: Miss Donna, Pam Whaling, Veronica Austin, Miss Low, Sharon Lent, Helen Marvin. Row 2: Donna 
Sim, Wanda Popovic, Debbie Chinnici, Tina Petitto, Bridget Barba, Sharon Andrews, Lucy Grabinski. 









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School Board 

and 
Superintendent 

The 1979- 1980 school year began on an 
uncertain note, with the possibility of a 
teachers' strike. Fortunately, the issues 
were resolved, and the year began as sched- 
uled. 

There were many new rules that were 
instituted to correct such problems as class 
cutting and unexcused absences. Superin- 
tendent Husarik compared going to school 
every day with having a full-time job. To 
obtain beneficial results, a great deal of time 
and effort must be expended. Just as there 
are certain rules to which one must adhere 
in the world of business, there are specific 
guidelines for students. Thus, adhering to 
school attendance rules and regulations pre- 
pares the student for the regulations that are 
part of every aspect of life. 

Another important event occurred in No- 
vember, 1979 - the election. Voters in Euclid 
approved the renewal of the five-year, one- 
half mill rehabilitation levy for the mainten- 
ance and repair of school buildings. 

This was also an election year for two of 
the five members of the Euclid School 
Board. The results of the election found Mrs. 
Nurmi re-elected and former EHS principal 
Walter Schwegler elected to the seat vacat- 
ed by Dr. Houser, who decided not to be- 
come a candidate. 



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Former Board president Mr. Donald Smith, on the left, acknowledges the 
election of Mr. Joseph Sustersic to his job by giving him the president's gavel. 




Above: The Euclid School Board, from left to right, consists of Mrs. Nurmi, Mr. 
Smith, Mr. Sustersic, Mrs. King, and Mr. Schwegler (Photo courtesy of Mr. T. 
Theodore). Below: Mr. Smith swears in Mrs. Nurmi and Mr. Schwegler. 



Superintendent of Euclid Schools, Dr. Ernest Husarik. 




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Jerry Bergem 



Ruth Smith 



Frank Troglia 



Administration 

Over the past year, the administrative staff 
modified several jobs and the responsibilities 
attached to those jobs. Mr. Troglia, who was 
formerly a dean, became the Assistant Princi- 
pal. Leaving his job as the English department 
chairman, Mr. McGuinness is now the Sopho- 
more Unit Principal. Mr. Addis has assumed 
the role of system-wide Athletic Director. Mrs. 
Davis is the newest member of the counseling 
staff and is of great help to the many sopho- 
more students under her guidance. 




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Ben Sawyer 







William McGuinness 




Don Martin 



William Medvick 



Vera Baraniuk 



Jim Cliffel 







Robert Crary 



Lynn Davis 



Peter Haluska 



Ruth Krup 



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Important 
people 



Certain EHS staff members may not be 
seen as often as teachers, but their re- 
spective jobs are equally important. Our 
important people include the secretaries; 
Mrs. Woods and Mrs. Fellman, who work 
in the Clinic; Mr. Banford, the Media 
Technician; Mr. Lobdel, Chief of Security; 
and Mrs. Barry, the Treasurer. 

Secretaries 

This year Mrs. Stern left EHS to work 
at the Fordyce Building and was replaced 
by Mrs. Davies. Today's secretaries do 
much more than type letters, although 
basic skills are still necessary. Keeping 
student records current and handling stu- 
dent absences are two of the many jobs 
done by those working in the three Unit 
offices. Seniors depend on Mrs. Paul to 
send their high school transcripts to cer- 
tain colleges or universities. Those wom- 
en really deserve special thanks! 





Amy Bell 



June Edwardsen 



Rosalie Fette 






Fran Hall 



LaVerne McGill 




Euclid High School's secretarial staff welcomed Mrs. Rose Davies who became a 
member of the staff just this year. Mrs. Davies, shown above, is secretary to Mr. 
Sawyer, the Vocational Guidance Counselor. Upper right: Junior Denise Nichting 
and Senior Amy Arnold, who both work for Mrs. McRedmond, are two of many 
office runners whose duties include answering phones while secretaries are out and 
summoning students to the office for guidance conferences or disciplinary reasons. 




Rosemarie Tonn 



Judy Paul 



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Clinic 



Regina Fellman 



Val Woods 



The Clinic is more than simply a place 
to go when hurt or ill. Its files also contain 
the complete medical history of every 
student. Included in these files is informa- 
tion concerning the required childhood 
vaccinations for such diseases as mea- 
sles or diptheria. 



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Media 

and 
Security 

Media Technician, Mr. Kurt Banford, 
pictured on the far left, is responsible 
for all the Audio - Visual aids. 

Chief of Security Mr. Warren Lobdel, 
who is seen to the near left, enforces 
rules concerning students who drive to 
school. He also prevents speeding. 

Treasurer 

Mrs. Barry, who is pictured to the 
left, is the high school's Treasurer. One 
of her jobs this past year was the han- 
dling of the new fee card system. This 
year, students could either pay Mrs 
Barry or pay each teacher individually 
Another of her jobs is the budget 
which must be approved by the Euclid 
School Board. The Treasurer also over 
sees the biweekly distribution of facul 
ty pay checks. 



Paraprofessionals 

Paraprofessionals differ from teachers in the sense that 
teachers follow a predetermined curriculum. Paraprofes- 
sionals, however, do not teach regular classes, but perform 
such necessary functions as keeping unauthorized students 
from wandering around the school, deterring abuse of 
school property, and supervising study hall periods in the E- 
room. It is also the job of paraprofessionals to watch over 
students who come to the E - room during lunch periods, to 
ensure adherence to rules regarding the new pool tables, the 
jukebox, and the television. Another place paraprofession- 
als are found is in the cafeteria, where they admit students, 
prevent roughhousing, and, along with other faculty mem- 
bers, keep things running smoothly. 




Row 1: Ethel Barbish, Faith Ramsey. Row 2: Thelma Imm, Mary Woy- 
man. Row 3: Jeannette Katz, Charles Lardomita. Row 4: Jack Lardomita, 
Adelyn Rose, Linda Clapacs, Martha Whaling. 




Seated from the left are Mary Black, Catherine Wirsing, and 
Libby Zimmerman. Standing: Jean Skolaris and Laura Mey 



Cafeteria 



Seated: Sophie Matuch, Lois Brow, Helen Chudzik, Fran Tavenier, and Wini Modic. 
Standing: Pauline Turk, Justina Erickson, Sadie Taylor, Joan Raliegh, Mary Marko- 
vich, Clara Kuzmic, Marcie Dumberger, and Millie Somrak. 



Few students realize the enormous amount of 
planning that goes into each meal served in the 
cafeteria. Each dinner is, of course, nutritionally 
balanced. Students have a wide variety of foods 
to choose from including salads, cold sand- 
wiches, various desserts, and of course hot 
meals. Mrs. Zimmerman and Mrs. Wirsing are the 
cafeteria supervisors. There are thirty cafeteria 
workers. Absent when pictures were taken were 
Marge Payne and Mae Kolesar. 

Pictured from left are Mollie Ovsek, Marge Brooks, Barbara 
Apanasewicz, Lucy Glavac, Mary Grgeleit, Charlene Ger- 
vasi, Ann Kosir. Pauline Dutcher, Dolores Parsons, Rose 
Haines, Charlotte Coulter, and Carol McDonough. 






Patricia Buck 



Arlene Carter 



Audree Fox 






Hal Daugherty 



Teresa Galicki 



Robert Ramlow 



Physical 
Education 

Due to Mr. Addis' promotion to the newly 
created administrative post of Athletic Direc- 
tor, Mrs. Carter is the new chairman of the 
Physical Education Department. One of Mrs. 
Carter's first duties was to help make the 
school year an enjoyable one for the two 
newest teachers; Mrs. Galicki and Mr. 
Schwenke. 

The 1979-1980 curriculum has been expand- 
ed with the addition of a Drug and Alcohol 
Awareness workshop, where students obtain 
information on the short and long term effects 
of the use of drugs and alcoholic beverages. A 
new exercise trail, which is now a part of the 
nearby park, has been constructed to allow the 
students the chance to work out while jogging. 
New equipment has been purchased for volley- 
ball, archery, and table tennis, to replace appa- 
ratus that was worn out or broken. 




Mary Ellen Eirmann 
practices Cardiopulmon- 
ary Resuscitation (CPR) 
on a specially designed 
manikin which indicates 
if the CPR is being given 
correctly. Debbie Davis 
and Mrs. Stadler give her 
some helpful pointers. 
Students who complete 
the course receive certifi- 
cation cards which identi- 
fy them as qualified to 
administer CPR. 



Music 



The faculty of the Music Department develops 
a student's vocal or instrumental talents. Those 
who participate in any of the offered courses see 
and hear the results of their numerous hours of 
rehearsal. Mr. Hutson, pictured to the right, is 
able to play many instruments, including the vio- 
lin, the cello, and the piano. Choral director Ron 
Morgan chooses the music for the three choirs. 
Shown below: Mr. Morgan and Varsity Chorale 
member Jim Cater work on a new choreographic 
routine. Band director Mr. Sydow, shown at the 
lower right, leads all of the various instrumental 
groups. 




In memory of Sam W. Taylor 



Sam W. Taylor, who was choral director here at EHS from 
1955 until he retired in 1978, died this past September. Mr. Taylor, 
affectionately nicknamed Mr. T, directed the three choirs and also 
helped with the annual Big Show productions. Because of his de- 
dication to music and his students, Mr. Taylor sponsored 
many trips to various U.S. cities. Varsity Chorale members 
were given a once in a lifetime chance to sing in Europe. 
He began several traditions which have become part of the 
choral curriculum. The last song performed at every Christmas 
concert was "The Lord Bless You and Keep You." He wanted to stay in 
touch with former students and always invited EHS graduates to join 
the choir for the traditional finale. After he retired, the future of the 
Varsity Choral was uncertain at best. It was not even definite whether 
or not there would continue to be a Varsity Chorale. Because of the 
support of parents and the students, V.C. could once again perform its 
unique blend of music and choreography. Those of us who knew Sam 
Taylor will always remember his ear to ear grin, his warm personality, 
and the fond memories which he has given to everyone who knew 
him. 




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Mathematics 



The eleven member faculty of the Math- 
ematics Department teach everything from a 
review of fundemental mathematical concepts 
to the complicated theories of calculus. The 
Department's curriculum also includes various 
computer-oriented courses, such as Computer 
Science and Computer Math. 

For the majority of students, the freshman 
year signals the beginning of a succession of 
courses which will last throughout their high 
school carrers, often serving as a background 
for college math. In the ninth grade, many 
freshmen take Algebra I, and as sophomores 
enroll in geometry, which develops concepts 
necessary in Algebra II, taken during the junior 
year. In turn, Algebra II serves as a foundation 
for senior Math Analysis, a course which intro- 
duces students to mathematical concepts 
needed for success with computers and calcu- 
lus. This sequence of class choices typifies 
mathematical principles, which always follow 
an established procedure. 




Carl Clements 





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"This may as well be written in a foreign language!" a 
confused Karen Lockhart tells Mr. Sallach. 








Marge Gorslene 



Adam Pawlowski 



Richard Rackovan 







Charles Reno 



Donald Rinkes 



Richard Rose 



Fred Sallach 




Jacqueline Toth 



Margaret tlhry 



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Charlotte Bensusan 





Thomas Davis 



Gretchen Dean 




Business 



Patricia Fine 



Marie Harshman 



The Business Department, which lost five 
members of its staff over the summer, added 
three new teachers this year, and has a new 
department chairman. One of the new teach- 
ers is Miss Nancy Rutkowski, who is starting 
her teaching career at Euclid High School. Mrs. 
Patricia Fine, who formerly taught at Shore 
Junior High, is also beginning her first year at 
EHS. Miss Gretchen Dean has been added to 
the staff to take the place of Mrs. Maureen 
Huefner, who left teaching to raise a family. 
Miss Janice Ivansek is the new department 
chairman, replacing Mr. Joseph Regano, who 
is now the Board of Education's Supervisor of 
Transportation. 

Miss Ivansek presides over a department 
which offers a number fo business classes, 
ranging from single period general courses, 
such as bookkeeping, to two year, multiperiod 
vocational courses, such as the Clerk-Typist 
program. Vocational business students are par- 
ticipants in the Office Education Association, 
which sponsors many state-wide business skill 
tests each year. 




Marc Manburg 





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Edward Mize 





Ralph Sibert 



Eleanor Wiegand 



Carol Williams 



Sophomores Debra Da- 
vis, Kim Bertrand, and 
Lisa Dezelon sharpen 
their skills in Mrs. Rod- 
gers' Business Typing 
class. 



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Science 



Like mathematics, students launch into 
their high school science careers in the ninth 
grade, where they are introduced to the basic 
concepts of biology, chemistry, and physics in 
General Science. As sophomores, those wish- 
ing to pursue the study of science take biol- 
ogy, which emphasizes physical properties. 
Chemistry, emphasizing chemical properties, 
is taken by juniors. The last step of the science 
major, physics, is taken by seniors. To aid 
students wishing to pursue their interest in 
science, the department added Mr. William 
Gooding this year to teach biology. 




Ronald Backos 



Stan Bender 






Dale Davison 



Don Francetic 



Sheldon Freedman 






Using a mercury thermometer, Mrs. Marilyn Lucas deter- 
mines the precise temperature of this heated liquid sub- 
stance, which is being warmed on a hot plate. 



William Qooding 



Thomas Halbedel 



Marilyn Lucas 





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Nancy Motz 



Frank Soltesz 



William Starr 



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Donald Steinbrink 



William Von Benken 



Mr. Steinbrink explains a lab procedure to 
Simone Lisac during a Biology I experiment. 




Euclid High students often use the library as an alternative location for a study hall. 




Library 



Our library's 30,000 volumes compose one 
of the most complete collections of literary 
works, says librarian Mrs. Kathleen Marsh. In 
addition to books, there are nearly 150 differ- 
ent magazines, including everything from 
Newsweek to The Rolling Stone. 

Also, the library has returned to a silent 
study atmosphere, which is more conducive to 
studying. Another new program is the showing 
of films Wednesdays and Thursdays during 
study halls. 

And to increase its storage capacity, the 
library is beginning to use microfiche, which is 
a process where magazines are photographed. 
The photos are reduced in size, leaving an 
entire issue on a small index-sized card. 

This year, Mrs. Mary Ellen McKee replaced 
Mrs. Reider, who now works at Shore. 



Merry Dolter 



Mary Jane Haverlock 



Margaret Lucas 




Mary Ellen McKee Kathleen Marsh 



Susan Overberger 



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Social 
Studies 



Many programs are affiliated with the Social 
Studies Department. The Washington Seminar 
or Close Up program gave students an oppor- 
tunity to meet with White House officials, lob- 
byists, and other important figures. Buckeye 
Boys' and Girls' State were week long opportu- 
nities for students, who were nominated by the 
Social Studies faculty, to participate in a simu- 
lated government. The Department sponsored 
field trips to the Art Museum and Justice Cen- 
ter, as well as various places here in Euclid. 
Students who took Death and Dying visited a 
funeral home, crematorium, cemetery, and 
mausoleum. 

Social Studies is more than memorizing peo- 
ple, places, and occurrences of the past. Stu- 
dents are concerned with current events, too. 
Political Affairs students, for example, were 
required to participate in some aspect of a real 
political campaign. Three of Mr. David Schon- 
auer's classes took polls on the outcome of the 
Euclid election. The results weren't publicized 
until after the election and were conducted 
mainly for the candidate's benefit. 

D. Ronald Powaski takes time out from researching cer- 
tain topics in preparation for his history classes. 





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Roger Brown 



Michael Burns 



William DeMora 






Nathaniel Dickinson 



Forrest Diehl 



Alex Dzerowicz 




James Englehart 



Jeffrey Hartmann 



Frank Hoffert 




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Mary Jagger 




James Kelley 



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Michael Raicevich 





Wayne Smith 



Leonard Weisenberg 



"Understanding is the key to learning," says Mr. Englehart. 






Art 



The Art Department introduces students to 
various art techniques such as weaving, tie 
dying, and sketching. The showcases near 
room 199 are filled with examples of Euclid's 
outstanding artists. The department chairman 
is Mr. Fred Vollman, who is also head of Indus- 
trial Education. 



Ann Araca 



Richard Patton 



Diane Wiersba 



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English 



The school's largest department, English 
saw several major changes this year. When Mr 
McGuinness, last year's department chairman 
was made Sophomore CJnit Principal, Mr. An 
tonini assumed the English Department chair 
manship. Two new teachers were also added 
to the department: Robert Kubea, who former- 
ly taught at the elementary level, and Barbara 
Ramlow, who substituted at EHS last year. 

This year also marked the introduction of 
three new courses. Senior Composition and 
Journalism were added to emphasize writing 
skills. In addition, a special AP writing lab, 
meeting three times a week, was taught to give 
senior honor students extra practice in writing 
techniques needed for the English Advanced 
Placement Test. 

Mrs. McLaughlin, Mr. Mularo, Mr. McGuinness, and Mr. 
Antonini enjoy a moment's rest during the October regis- 
tration for phase elective English courses. 




Justin Antonini 



Jane Blabolil 



Dolores Black 




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William Brown 




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Judith Carmody 




Norma Cowan 




Sue Harris 



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Gerald Henderson 



Robert Kubea 



Kenneth Lowe 



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Judith McLaughlin 





Robert Petrovic 



Barbara Ramlow 



Foreign Language 



The Foreign Language Department not 
only instructs students in the basics of 
French, German, and Spanish, but also ex- 
poses them to old world culture and cus- 
toms. World travelers, such as department 
chairman Donna Baumeister and Margaret 
Zimmerman, better known to her students 
as Madame ZZ, entertain their classes with 
stories of their adventures and bring the 
sights and sounds of textbook cities a bit 
closer to home. 



Barbara Spiga 

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Miss Jane Lellis leads her eight period sophomore class 
on a trek through the grammar jungle. 




Donna Baumeister 



Daniel Maxson 






Raymond Leopold 



Judith Simonich Margaret Zimmerman 



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Industrial Arts 



The Industrial Art Department increased the 
number of its faculty to thirteen with the addi- 
tion of two new teachers: Mr. Cliff Kirchner 
and Mr. Jim Simpson. 

Another new thing in the shop is the jointer, 
which was purchased over the past summer. A 
jointer is a machine that smooths the edges or 
joints that are formed where separate parts are 
welded or fastened together. 






Ronald Chambers 



John Germock 







James Goebel 



Thomas Hoffart 



Richard Hungerford 



Milt Kadlec 






Clifford Kirchner 



Embert Martin 



Raymond Montani 



Greg Sattler 



Graphic Arts's students Tom D'Anna and Steve Fleck oper- 
ate an important tool — the printing press. 





Fred Vollman 




Audrey Wintle tries on a vest she has made. Meanwhile, 
Mrs. O'Donnell notes a few necessary alterations. 



Home Arts 



To compensate for the two teachers 
who no longer teach here, the Home Eco- 
nomics Department supplemented itself 
with two new instructors. Miss Edna No- 
ble, who has just completed college, is 
starting a hopefully long career as a 
teacher at EHS. Another new member of 
the Home Ec. staff is Mrs. Jan Carlson, 
Who previously taught at Central Junior 
High. 




Brenda Barker 



Vinita O'Donnell 




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William Attamante 



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Frank Fowler 



Special Education 



The teachers in the Special Education De- 
partment are really dedicated to the instruc- 
tion of special students. These students have 
difficulty keeping pace with others their own 
age. This program, which includes the EMR 
program, gives the students the extra attention 
they need. One of the Department's main goals 
is the preparing of the student for a future role 
in society. 





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Sophomores 



Miss. Lellis, 1st period, bottom row: Tom Brnjic, Tom Slavkovsky, Joe 
Testa, Jim Rossi, Ron Suponcic, Kevin Durst, Paul Adkins, Carl Thompson. 
Row 2: Bill Papouras, Scott Clines, John Leyda, Norman Wonderly, Mark 
Pfleger, Julie Oberle, John Ross, Ron Paciorek. Row 3: Bill Jahnke, Greg 
Kanios, Carrie Conway, Mike Simpson, Sue Balazs. Row 4: Keith Bowes, 
Bruce Matthews, Dan Wyman. 



Mrs. Gibson, 1st period, bottom row: Mary Mikovic, Lisa 
Lombardo, Linda Shei. Row 2: Caroline Medves, Denise 
Sobecki, Pam Paradiso, Roman Nenadovic. Row 3: Joe 
OToole, Ivan Ivaskovic, Michele Drasler, Mike Guenther. 
Row 4: Joyce Beidle, Debbie Davis, Shelia Kelly, Bob 
Katcher. Row 5: Nick DiTirro, Erich Gliebe, Tammy 
Chapman, Paul Thornton. 




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Mr. Petrovic, 1st period, bottom row: Megan Sawyer, Kathy Kause Row 2: 
Sadhna Gupta, Donna Zupan, Bob Cianelli, Sandy Neumann, Jan Mihelcic. 
Row 3: Karen Harmon, Lauren Hale, Jill Krawczyszyn, Beth Franko, Laura 
Hall, Debra Kelly. Row 4: Carol Walsh, Donna Zak, Karen Lockhart, Sal 
Midolo, Dave Skiljan, Jenny Jambor, Audrey Lonchar, Chris Latham. 




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Mrs. Gale, 1st period, bottom row: Michael Murray, Dan Cononie, 
Jim Cherne, Andre Lunn, Rick Burya, Dave Kucinski, Margret Henry. 
Row 2: Anthony Champa, John Murray, Jay Jesberger, Joe Cowan, 
David Robinson, Jeffrey Penny, Renee Sieman. Row 3: James Hay 
docy, Dave Parkinson, George Weisert, Kenneth Luther, Paul Habat, 
Beverly Brown, Karen Glover, Michele Kacperski. Missing: Russell 
Vidrick, Mike Osborne, Amy Lah. 



Miss Spiga, 2nd period, bottom row: Steve Williams, Mark Chicone, 
Christina Scaife, Barb Dearden. Row 2: Chris Lauria, Robin Willaro, John 
Kinsley, Ron Labondano, Ed Thomas, George Opacich, Bill Gawor, Steve 
Brewer, Diane Hegedus. Row 3: Don Bailey, Scott Nebe, Bryan Brokate, 
Bill Sonnie, Mike Hardy, Bryan Smith, Dave Just, Howard Mabel, Lou 
Zakrajzek. 



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Mrs. Gale. 2nd period, bottom row: Sue Roper, James Speer, Mike 
Schiffbauer; 2nd row: Kathy Ryder, Kathy Cibrik, Sue Machine, Mira 
Debevc, Norene Torer, David Duke; 3rd row: Beth Waltermire, Julie 
Samuel, Karen Malinovski, Amy Steele, Pamela Brown, Karen Remenick; 
4th row: Kellie Reichert, Lori Seidel, Carol Deason, Ken Sansevera, 
Suguna Kothapalli; 5th row: Alison Derreberry, Amy Griffis, Charles 
Walls, Heidi Locke, Angela Gill 



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Mr. Lowe, 2nd period, bottom row: Chris Bukvic, 
Diane Fulton, Bob Palumbo, Sue (Jnick; 2nd row: 
Karyn Campbell, Jacci Johnson, Tom Povirk, 
Kathy Connerton, Shelley Adam; 3rd row: Lonny 
Brewster, Mary Brentar, Ken Konet, Tom Marando, 
Mark Brancato, Sue Fedakowski; 4th row: Dave 
Clemens, Gregg Kocin, Colleen Sandor, Jim Matar- 
aza, John Dombrowski 

Airs. Gibson, 3rd period, bottom row: Jackie 
Moore, Charisse Jones, Dana Yatsko, Lois Bela- 
vich, Michelle McKnight, Denise Yerman, Theresa 
Dudek, Monica Parisi, Chris Hoag, Kim Trbovich, 
Chris Walczak; 2nd row: Stan Raguz, Erik 
Wuchter, Harry Yanchar, Darrin Radatz, Joe 
Deoma, Valdi Cervar, Mark Francetic, David 
Fowle, Mark Kosir, Janet Smith 



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Mrs. McLaughlin, 3rd period, bottom row: Joe McCoy, Bob Henderson, Joe 
Marschall, Mike Wagner, Joe Hernan, Mark Foster, Lisa Smith, Patty Calla- 
han, Randy Hughes, Peggy Hunt, Tony Boschi, Terry McCrary. 2nd row: 
Keith Chidlers, Mike Burrows, Glenn Waters, Chuck Yeckley, Vince Bevac- 
qua, Craig Wright, Joe Konchan, Allen Black. 



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Mr. Petrovic, 3rd period, bottom row: Tom D'Anna, Nick Barrick, 
Tom Fisher, Mark Speck, R.J. Budway, Mark Grbas. 2nd row: 
Maria Izquierdo, Ana Lima, Lisa Boyle, Maureen Matras, Kathy 
Ray, Bernadette Strle, Valerie Ventura, Julie Pavic, Debbie Bag- 
well. 3rd row: Tony Jenkins, Tom Tuft, Mike Murphy, Larry Kra- 
vos, Mike Denihan, Redon Jones, John Tomorowitz, Larry Thomp- 
son. 



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Miss Lellis, 3rd period, bottom row: Sherri Carter, Bozana Jerkic, 
Veronica Delas, Kim Rawlings, Marcia Shutty, Emily Vendel, Ka- 
ren Pfriem, Gary Budnar, Mike Bauer, Tom Hall, John Motuza, Sue 
Reider, Chris Standish, Andy Wilson. 2nd row: Alvina Lehmann. 
3rd row: Tracy Holmes, Lori Springer, Scott Rose, Rick Mihelich, 
Bruce Benedict, Kevin Swanson, Curt Rasmusen, Ken Zuro. 



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Mrs. Ramlow, 4th period, bottom row: Nick Caplick, 
John Huber, Bill Wojcik, Bob Wagner, Mike Paparizos, 
Bruce Landrey. Row 2: Dave Roberts, Greg Kuhar. 
Row 3: Joe Schoenberger, Joe Barteld, Khris Kibler. 
Row 4: Bill Harasyn, John Schauer, Jeff Kovach, 
Mike McLaughlin, Steve Bruno, Ed Santon. 



Sophomores 



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Mrs. Gale, 4th period, bottom row: Brian 
Schulz, Deanna Jeric, Parris Rice, Denise 
McGill. Row 2: Tracy Koester, Sue Riczinger, 
Bob Banaszek, Shelley Son. Row 3: Boris De- 
Granda, Maryann Eichler, Karen Gordon, Kim 
Horner. Row 4: Tom Pappalardo, Karen Kish, 
Dawn Carter, Simone Lisac. Row 5: Sue Ad- 
ams, Rick Nagode, Renee Mihelich. Row 6: Phil- 
lip Mohoric, Patrick Lavelle, Scott Kost, Perry 
Johnson. Missing: James Mochan. 



Miss Spiga, 4th period, bottom row: Linda Dor 
emus, Ed Marotta, Brian Walther, Greg Lanier, 
Paul Austin, Dave O'Neal. Row 2: Sue Bolger, 
Joyce Buehner, Warren Schneider, Tim 
D'Anna, Rich Cowie, Rosemary Hahn. Row 3: 
Kim Bertrand, Lisa Cannon, Sherri Breeden, 
Cindy Davis, Ann Buettner. 



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Mrs. Gale. 5th period, bottom row: Sharon Buehner, 
Diane Mastin, Laura Snyder, Lisa Ferrante, Sharon 
Szalay, Barbra Simek, Ann Meyers, Joanne Janosky. 
Row 2: David Griesmer, Michael Hribar, Douglas Huf- 
ford, Mark Miklos, Richard Kaucic, John Deatsch, 
Mishael Fabert, Frank Weissfuss. Row 3: Richard 
Muir, Jeffery Tanner, Craig Mains, Scott Kempert, 
Shaun Fagan, Robert Jackson, Colin Fitzpatrick. 




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Miss Harris. 5th period, bottom row: Vilija 
Ramunas, Lisa Brzozowski, Beth Finke, Deb- 
bie Taylor, Jill Mast, Jane Stragisher, Nina 
Valenti. Row 2: Janet Niccum, Destiny Mor- 
gan, Kim Frasher, Lisa Keith, Lucy Lavalley. 
Row 3: Karen Sim, Myca Abraham, Karen 
Kowalkowski, Carol Swider, Diane Roessler, 
Fred Ham. Row 4: Andy Morkunas, Ed Co- 
gan. Row 5: Mike O'Toole, Tom Hanlon, Joe 
Fratino, Rudi Benedejcic, Mirko Mujic. 



Mrs. McLaughlin, 5 period, bottom row: 

Paula Mulraney, Richard Makuhan, Patrick 
Cotter, Jeanette Christopher, Lisa Christo- 
pher, Angela Marshall, Mark Emser. Row 2: 
Walter Kelly, Dan Kirchner, Tom Braddock, 
Darryl Danzinger, Keith Young, Row 3: Dave 
Horvat, Harriet Mulvinas, Alan Kozlowski, 
Tom Newell, Ron Wamser, Tim Virt, Colleen 
Vinkovic, Debbie West, Jim Pettito, Peter 
Salopek, Michele Krenisky, Lisa Templar. 




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Mr. Lowe, 6th period bottom row: Sebastian Leverett, Mike Gishnock, 
John Stephens, Dave Chiudioni, Diane Snook, Frank Burke, Yvette Cos- 
ton, Scott Satava, Vicki Fuerst, Ginnie Hufford, Donna Zalokar. 




"Hey- What can I say 



Mrs. Gibson. 7th period, bottom row: Dick DeLambo, Tracy Daily, 
Lauann Jones, Don Porz, Danette Hurney, Pam Clark. Row 2: Colleen 
Fox, Sandy dicker, Janine Valentine, Vicki Lyon, Kelly Erne, Sue Palm- 
er, Lori Chocherell, Donna Riedel. Row 3: Lisa Dezelon, Wendy Born, Kris 
Shook, Monica Pockar, Terri Oberoitis, Rick Stermole, Joe Minardo, Gary 
Buck, Cindy Parker. 




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Mr. Petrovic, 6th period, bottom row: Linda Zerby, Laura Murphy, 
Cheryl Johnson, Vicki Metzger; row 2: Virginia Balogh, Angela Gubitosi, 
Amy Wilson, Linda Lewin, Sandy (Jkmar, Scott Theodore; row 3: Nicole 
Carmody, Phil Perdan, Beth Cramer, Lisa Letcher, Melaine McChancy, 
Gail Kubik; row 4: Alice Gregory, Ellyn Gleisser, Renne Evans, Diana 
Lorence, Joycelee Kronik, Lori Schrock; row 5: Paul Glaser, Mike Vitan- 
tonio, Don Kucera, Bob Vance, Wes Taylor, Tom Coyne. 




Mr. Petrovic. 7th period, bottom row: Sue Reiman, Rick Rudiak, 
Denise Ault, Mindy Peck; row 2: Becky Wiegand, Janet Bosher, 
Denise Dean, Ramona Green, Linda Plevelich, Jan Mayerhoffer, Au- 
drey Wintle, Jim Osborne, Sharon Millhof, Tracy Howsare, Denise 
Harmon; row 3: Carole Sapatka, Terry Smiddy, Bob Hanck, Don 
Krance, John Ross, Bob Cable, George Weber, John Fedakowski; 
missing: Jeff Nolan, Peggy Laughlin. 



Mrs. McLaughlin, 6th period, bottom row: Tom Smith, Jim Brown, 
Patty Neubert, Melaine McArthur; row 2: James Calhoun; row 3: 
Patrick Switzler, Leo Banach, Jim Denihan, Tom Batya, Dane Franko, 
David Kinkoff, Mark Munz. 




Miss Lellis, 6th period, bottom row: Marvin Richardson, Bob Tomic; 
row2:D\na Massaro, Joe lafelice, Bev Finke; row 3: Lisa Grebenc. Pat 
Young; row 4.'Christina Bognar, Fred Wendel, Laurie Shea; row 5: Ray 
Tice, Steve Knack; row 6: Dave Dodaro, Bill Mauser, Dave Toth; row 
7; Gary Petrick, Gary Casto; row 8: Keith Sergent, Eric Kosten; row 9: 
Dean Dixon, John Davies. 



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Mrs. Ramlow. 7th period, bottom row: Jim Glavac, Row 2: Debbie 
Reid, Kathy Barile, Mike Chinchar. Row 3: Yvonne Miller, Kelly 
McLaughlin, John Berzanske, Row 4: Tom Mullen, Andrea Brokate, 
Tim Bene. Row 5; Louisa Posatiere, Greg Templer, Derrick Reschke. 
Row 6: Julie Dotson. 





Miss Harris. 7th period, bottom row: Hei- 
di Schultz, Betsy Pickel, Sharon Yeckly, 
Chris Szukalski, Linda Cramer, Tony 
Naglic, Tim Coles. Row 2: Dale Fazio, 
Paul Dennick, David lannicca, Cheryl 
Smith, Jennifer Durst, Stephanie Fuerst. 
Row 3: Pat Wolowiecki, Kevin Simon, 
Jim Steffas, Marti Cefaratti, Doug Black- 
man, Brian Matthews, Steve O'Brien. 



Miss Lellis, 8th period, bottom row: 

Ruth Cook, Amy Reno, Jeff Westover, 
Mike Martens. Row 2: Roberta Yuhas, 
Carol Rozum, Dave Woide, Bill Bretton. 
Row 3: Mike Parziale, Chuck Zele, Mari- 
lyn Struna, Dave Tucci, Nancy Patter- 
son. Row 4: Sasi Mukkamala, Beth 
Kupfer, Aida Saracevic, Janene Selway, 
Carolyn Rossmann, Amy Orgrinc, Bill 
June. 



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Mrs. Gale, 8th period, bottom row: Robert Horn, Don Wright, Kellie 
Norton, Patricia Schwenner, Denise Scheid, Bill Magas, Donna Braucher. 
Row 2: Rob Hendershot, Charlene Moore, Laura Lusky, Lisa Iannicelli, 
Charlotte Boyden, Gina De Luca, Janet Struna. Row 3: Daryle Musick, 
Stephen Vegel, Robin Smoot, Joyce Brown, Anne Kamposek, Dana 
Mood. 



Miss Spiga, 8th period, bottom row: Mike Lazanich, Sue Bukovac, 
Lisa Krean, Cheryl Warman, Carol Otcasek, Judy Ludvik. Row 2: 
Nick Selvaggio, Theresa Andersky, Kathy Brady, Dusty McKain, An- 
nette Walker, Linda Rattini. Row 3: Dave Bauer, Dane Williams, 
Mandy Broccone, Tony Perovsek, Patty Albanese, Cathy Colton, Deb- 
bie Furman. Row 4: Bill Huber, Ivan Ivaskovic, Steve Anzells. 



Miss Harris, 8th period, bottom row: David Morgan, Kathie Brown, 
Lynda Lucas, Cynthia Currie. Row 2: Scott Gundling, Marie 
Cheatham, Judy Cater, Sue Volante, Mary Ellen Eiermann. Row 3: 
Doug Grosel, Rick Rohlke, Katie Talty, Beth Pritchard, Steve Kato. 
Row 4; Mike Smith, Dan Green, Joel Mansperger, Sharon Blanken- 
ship, Row 5: Dennis Gray, John Boyle, Jeff Ludvik, Jim Mitch. 
Missing: Tom Porten 



Mr. Lowe, 8th period, bottom row: Ed Burrington, Terri Gallucci, Darlene Pratt, 
April Ciarlillo, Paul Spence, Karl Mews; 2nd Row: Eileen Jarrells, Kim Sotka, 
Kathy Rupcic; 3rd Row: Lindsey Stevens, Bertha Ellington, Diane Corbett; 4th 
Row: Gerry Rutkowski, Dragan Dugandzic, Gary Ziegler, Brian Chapman, Denise 
Koratich, Lynn Corbett, Terri Civitarese, Dan Stevens 



Miss Haffer. 3rd period, bottom row: Vicki Miller, Bonnie 
Hann; 2nd Row: Scott Hayes, Maria Gdovic, Misty McKain, 
Patti Golden; 3rd Row: John Szabo, Bryan Vendeland, Jeff 
Koren, Bill Fryar, Vince Rowan 




SOPHOMORE INDEX 



Abraham, Myca Harris 5 
Abramczyk, Paul Ramlow 
7 

Adam, Michelle Lowe 2 
Adams, Susan Gale 4 
Adkins, Paul Lellis 1 
Albanese, Patricia Spiga 8 
Albertone, John 
McLaughlin 6 
Alexander, Jon Lowe 8 
Andresky, Theresa Spiga 8 
Anzells, Steven Spiga 8 
Ault, Denise Petrovic 7 
Austin, Clifford Spiga 1 
Austin, Paul Spiga 4 
Avcin, James Gale 3 
Bagwell, Deborah Petrovic 
3 

Bailey, Donald Spiga 2 
Balazs, Susan Lellis 1 
Balogh, Virginia Petrovic 6 
Banach, Leo McLaughlin 6 
Banaszek, Robert Gale 4 
Banning, Thomas Spiga 1 
Barich, Nicholas Petrovic 3 
Barile, Kathleen Ramlow 7 
Barteld, Milfred Ramlow 4 
Batya, Thomas McLaughlin 
6 
Bauer, David Spiga 8 



Bauer, Michael Lellis 3 

Bedwan, Mohammad Lellis 

6 

Behm, Carol Gale 1 

Beidle, Joyce Gibson 1 

Belavich, Lois Gibson 3 

Bene, Timothy Ramlow 7 

Benedejcic, Rudi Harris 5 

Benedict, Bruce Lellis 3 

Bertrand, Kim Spiga 4 

Berzanske, John Ramlow 7 

Bevacqua, Vincent 

McLaughlin 3 

Black, Allen McLaughlin 3 

Blackman, Douglas Harris 

7 

Blain, Debbie Black 1 

Blankenship, Sharon Harris 

8 

Bognar, Christina Lellis 6 

Bolger, Susan Spiga 4 

Born, Wendy Gibson, 7 

Boschi, Anthony 

McLaughlin 3 

Bosher, Janet Petrovic 7 

Bost, Jane Lowe 2 

Bowes, Keith Lellis 7 

Boyden, Charlotte Gale 8 

Boyle, John Harris 8 

Boyle, Lisa Petrovic 3 



Braddock, Thomas 
McLaughlin 5 
Brady, Kathleen Spiga 8 
Brancato, Mark Lowe 2 
Braucher, Donna Gale 8 
Breeden, Sherri Spiga 4 
Brentar, Mary Lowe 2 
Bretton, William Lellis 8 
Brewer, Steven Spiga 2 
Brewster, Lonnie Lowe 2 
Brnjic, Tomislav Lellis 1 
Brochak, Robert Spiga 8 
Broccone, Mandy Spiga 8 
Brokate, Andrea Ramlow 7 
Brokate, Brian Spiga 2 
Brown, Beverly Gale 1 
Brown, James McLaughlin 
6 

Brown, Joyce Gale 8 
Brown, Kathryn Harris 8 
Brown, Pamela Gale 2 
Bruening, James Spiga 1 
Bruno, Stephen Ramlow 4 
Brzozowski, Lisa Harris 5 
Buck, Gary Gibson 7 
Budnar, Gary Lellis 3 
Budway, R J Petrovic 3 
Buehner, Joyce Spiga 4 
Buehner, Sharon Gale 5 
Buettner, Ann Spiga 4 



Bukovac, Sue Spiga 8 
Bukvic, Christopher Lowe 
2 

Burke, Frank Lowe 6 
Burrington, Edward Lowe 8 
Burrows, Michael 
McLaughlin 3 
Burya, Richard Gale 1 
Cable, Robert Petrovic 7 
Calabrace, Gary Ramlow 4 
Calhoun, James 
McLaughlin 6 
Callahan, Patricia 
McLaughlin 3 
Campbell, Karyn Lowe 2 
Cannon, Lisa Spiga 4 
Caplick, Nicholas 
Ramlow 4 

Carter, Dawn Gale 4 
Carter, John Spiga 2 
Carter, Sherri Lellis 3 
Casto, Gary Lellis 6 
Cater, Judith Harris 8 
Cefaratti, Marti Harris 7 
Cek, Linda Spiga 1 
Cervar, Valdi Gibson 3 
Champa, Anthony Gale 1 
Chapman, Brian Lowe 8 
Chapman, Tamara Gibson 
1 



152 






Cheatham, Marie Harris 8 

Cherne, James Gale 1 

Chicone, Mark Spiga 2 

Childers, David McLaughlin 

3 

Childers, Keith McLaughlin 

3 

Chinchar, Michael Ramlow 

7 

Chiudioni, David Lowe 6 

Christopher, Lisa 

McLaughlin 5 

Cianelli, Robert Petrovic 1 

Ciarlillo, April Lowe 8 

Cibrik, Kathy Gale 2 

Civitarese, Terri Lowe 8 

Clark, Pamela Gibson 7 

Clark, Ricky Harris 8 

Clemens, David Lowe 2 

Clines, Scott Lellis 7 

Cocherell, Lori Gibson 7 

Cogan, Edward Harris 5 

Coles, Timothy Harris 7 

Colton, Catherine Spiga 8 

Connerton, Kathleen Lowe 

2 

Cononie, Daniel Gale 1 

Conway, Carrie Lellis 1 

Cook, Ruth Lellis 8 

Corbett, Lynn Lowe 8 

Coston, Vicky Ramlow 4 

Coston, Yvette Lowe 6 

Cotter, Patrick McLaughlin 

5 

Cowan, Joseph Gale 1 

Cowie, Richard Spiga 4 

Coyne, Thomas Petrovic 6 

Cramer, Beth Petrovic 6 

Cramer, Linda Harris 7 

Currie, Cynthia Harris 8 

Dailey, Tracy Gibson 7 

D'Anna, Thomas Petrovic 

3 

D'Anna, Timothy Spiga 4 

Danzinger, Darryl 

McLaughlin 5 

Davies, John Lellis 6 

Davis, Cynthia Spiga 4 

Davis, Debra Gibson 1 

Dean, Denise Petrovic 7 

Dearden, Barbara Spiga 2 

Deason, Carol Gale 2 

Deatsch, John Gale 5 

Debevc, Mira Gale 2 

DeGranda, Boris Gale 4 

DeLambo, Richard Gibson 

7 

Delas, Veronica Lellis 3 

DeLuca, Gina Gale 8 

Denihan, James 



McLaughlin 6 
Denihan, Kelly McLaughlin 
6 

Denihan, Michael Petrovic 
3 

Dennick, Paul Harris 7 
Deoma, Joseph Gibson 3 
Derreberry, Alison Gale 2 
DeVito, Anthony Ramlow 7 
Dezelon, Lisa Gibson 7 
DiTirro, Nicholas Gibson 1 
Dixon, Dean Lellis 6 
Dodaro, David Lellis 6 
Dombrosky, John Lowe 2 
Doremus, Linda Spiga 4 
Dotson, Julie Ramlow 7 
Douglas, Carla Harris 8 
Drasler, Michelle Gibson 1 
Dudek, Theresa Gibson 3 
Dugandzic, Dragan Lowe 8 
Duke, David Gale 2 
Durst, Jennifer Harris 7 
Durst, Kevin Lellis 1 
Eichler, John Spiga 4 
Eichler, Maryann Gale 4 
Eiermann, Maryellen Harris 
8 

Ellington, Bertha Lowe 8 
Emser, Mark McLaughlin 5 
Erne, Kelly Gibson 7 
Evans, Renee Petrovic 6 
Fabert, Michael Gale 5 
Fagan, Shawn Gale 5 
Fazio, Dale Harris 7 
Fedakowski, John Petrovic 
7 

Fedakowski, Susan Lowe 2 
Ferrante, Lisa Gale 5 
Finke, Beth Harris 5 
Finke, Beverly Lellis 6 
Fisher, Thomas Petrovic 3 
Fitzpatrick, Colin Gale 5 
Foster, Mark McLaughlin 3 
Fowle, David Gibson 3 
Fox, Colleen Gibson 7 
Francetic, Mark Gibson 3 
Franklin, Anthony Lowe 2 
Franko, Beth Petrovic 1 
Franko, Dane McLaughlin 
6 

Frasher, Kimberly Harris 5 
Fratino, Joseph Harris 5 
Fryar, Robin Ramlow 7 
Fryar, William Haffer 3 
Fuerst, Stephanie Harris 7 
Fuerst, Victoria Lowe 6 
Fulton, Diane Lowe 2 
Furman, Debra Spiga 8 
Gallucci, Terri Lowe 8 
Gawor, William Spiga 2 



Gill, Angela Gale 2 
Glaser, Paul Petrovic 6 
Glavac, James Ramlow 7 
Glavan, Denise Gibson 3 
Glavan, Fank Petrovic 3 
Gleisser, Ellyn Petrovic 6 
dicker, Sandra Gibson 7 
Gliebe, Erich Gibson 1 
Glover, Karen Gale 1 
Golden, Patricia Haffer 3 
Gordon, Karen Gale 4 
Grabinski, Jeffrey Spiga 1 
Gray, Dennis Harris 8 
Grebenc, Lisa Lellis 6 
Green, Daniel Harris 8 
Green, Ramona Petrovic 7 
Gregory, Alice Petrovic 7 
Griesmer, David Gale 5 
Griffis, Amy Gale 2 
Grosel, Douglas Harris 8 
Gubitosi, Angela Petrovic 8 
Guenther, Michael Gibson 
1 

Gundling, Scott Harris 8 
Gupta, Sadhna Petrovic 1 
Habat, Paul Gale 1 
Hahn, Rosemary Spiga 4 
Hale, Lauren Petrovic 1 
Hall, Laura Petrovic 1 
Hall, Thomas Lellis 3 
Ham, Fredrick Harris 5 
Hanck, Robert Petrovic 7 
Hanlon, Thomas Harris 5 
Hann, Bonnie Haffer 3 
Hansen, Mark Gale 3 
Harasyn, William Ramlow 
4 

Hardy, Michael Spiga 2 
Harmon, Denise Petrovic 7 
Harmon, Karen Petrovic 1 
Haydocy, James Gale 1 
Hayes, Scott Haffer 3 
Hegedus, Diane Spiga 2 
Hendershot, Robert Gale 8 
Henderson, Robert 
Mclaughlin 3 
Henry, Margaret Gale 1 
Hernan, Joseph Mclaughlin 
3 

Highsmith, Robert Spiga 1 
Hlebak, Kurt Gibson 1 
Hoag, Christine Gibson 3 
Holmes, Tracy Lellis 3 
Horn, Robert Gale 8 
Horner, Kimberly Gale 4 
Horvat, David Mclaughlin 5 
Howsare, Tracy Petrovic 7 
Hribar, Michael Gale 5 
Huber, John Spiga 8 
Huber, William Ramlow 4 



Hufford, Douglas Gale 5 
Hufford, Virginia Lowe 6 
Hughes, Randall Mclaughlin 
3 

Hunt, Margaret Mclaughlin 
3 

Hurney, Danette Gibson 7 
lafelice, Joseph Lellis 6 
lannicca, Joan Gibson 1 
lannicca, David Harris 7 
Iannicelli, Lisa Gale 8 
Isaac, Virginia Lowe 8 
Ivaskovic, Ivan Spiga 8 
Izquierdo, Maria Petrovic 3 
Jackson, Robert Gale 5 
Jahnke, William Lellis 1 
Jambor, Jennifer Petrovic 
1 

Janosky, Joanne Gale 5 
Jarrells, Eileen Lowe 8 
Jenkins, Tony Petrovic 3 
Jeric, Deanna Gale 4 
Jerkic, Bozana Lellis 3 
Jesberger, Jay Gale 1 
Johnson, Cheryl Petrovic 6 
Johnson, Dennis Haffer 3 
Johnson, Jacci Lowe 2 
Johnson, Perry Gale 4 
Jones, Charisse Gibson 3 
Jones, Larry Lowe 6 
Jones, Louann Gibson 7 
Jones, Redon Petrovic 3 
June, William Lellis 8 
Just, David Spiga 2 
Kacperski, Michele Gale 1 
Kamposek, Ann Gale 8 
Kanios, Gregory Lellis 1 
Katcher, Robert Gibson 1 
Kato, Stephen Harris 8 
Kaucic, Richard Gale 5 
Kause, Katherine Petrovic 
1 

Keith Lisa Harris 5 
Kelly, Debra Petrovic 1 
Kelly, Sheila Gibson 1 
Kelly, Walter McLaughlin 5 
Kempert, Scott Gale 5 
Kibler, Khristian Ramlow 4 
King, George Haffer 3 
Kinkoff, David McLaughlin 
6 

Kinsley, John Spiga 2 
Kirchner, Daniel 
McLaughlin 5 
Kirtley, Deana Ramlow 7 
Kish, Karen Gale 4 
Klein, Russell Lowe 6 
Knack, Steven Lellis 6 
Kocin, Gregg Lowe 2 
Koester, Tracy Gale 4 






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153 



Konchan, Joseph 

McLaughlin 3 

Konet, Kenneth Lowe 2 

Koratich, Denise Lowe 8 

Koren, Jeffrey Haffer 3 

Kosir, Mark Gibson 3 

Host, Scott Gale 4 

Kosten, Eric Lellis 6 

Kothapalli, Suguna Gale 2 

Kovach, Jeffrey Ramlow 4 

Kowalkowski, Karen Harris 

5 

Kozlowski, Alan 

McLaughlin 5 

Krance, Donald Petrovic 7 

Kravos, Lawrence Petrovic 

3 

Krawczyszyn, Jill Petrovic 

1 

Krean, Lisa Spiga 8 

Krenisky, Michelle 

McLaughlin 5 

Kronik, Joycelee Petrovic 6 

Kubik, Gayle Petrovic 6 

Kucera, Donald Petrovic 6 

Kucinski, David Gale 1 

Kucmanic, John Lellis 3 

Kuhar, Gregory Ramlow 4 

Kupfer, Elizabeth Lellis 8 

La Bondano, Ronald Spiga 

2 

Lah, Amy Gale 1 

Landrey, Bruce Ramlow 4 

Lane, Ivan Lowe 6 

Lanier, Gregory Spiga 4 

Latham, Christopher 

Petrovic 1 

Laughlin, Peggy Petrovic 7 

Lauria, Christina Spiga 2 

Lavalley, Lucy Harris 5 

Lavelle, Patrick Gale 4 

Lawler, Kathy Haffer 3 

Laycock, Carla Gibson 1 

Lazanich, Michael Soiga 8 

Lehmann, Alvina Lellis 3 

Letcher, Lisa Petrovic 6 

Leverett, Nancy 

McLaughlin 3 

Leverett, Sebastian Lowe 6 

Lewin, Linda Petrovic 6 

Leyda, John Lellis 1 

Lima, Anna Petrovic 3 

Lisac, Simone Gale 4 

Lloyd, Frances Spiga 4 

Locke, Heidie Gale 2 

Lockhart, Karen Petrovic 1 

Lombardo, Lizanne Gibson 

1 

Lonchar, Audrey Petrovic 1 

Lorence, Diana Petrovic 6 



Lucas, Lynda Harris 8 

Ludvik, Jeffrey Harris 8 

Ludvik, Judy Spiga 8 

Ludwig, Jeanne Lowe 6 

Lunn, Andre Gale 1 

Lusky, Laura Gale 8 

Luther, Kenneth Gale 1 

Lyon, Victoria Gibson 7 

Mabel, Howard Spiga 2 

Machine, Susan Gale 2 

Magas, William Gale 8 

Mains, Craig Gale 5 

Makuhan, Richard 

McLaughlin 5 

Malaney, John Haffer 2 

Malinowski, Karen Gale 2 

Manassa, Darlene Spiga 1 

Mansperger, Joel Harris 8 

Marando, Thomas Lowe 3 

Marett, Martha Spiga 2 

Marotta, Edward Spiga 4 

Marschall, Joseph 

McLaughlin 3 

Marshall, Angela 

McLaughlin 5 

Martens, Michael Lellis 8 

Martin, Ronald Spiga 1 

Massaro, Dina Lellis 6 

Mast, Jill Harris 5 

Mastin, Diane Gale 5 

Mataraza, James Lowe 2 

Matras, Maureen Petrovic 

3 

Matthews, Bruce Lellis 1 

Mauser, William Lellis 6 

Mayerhofer, Janet Petrovic 

7 

McArthur, Melanie 

McLaughlin 6 

McCarty, David Gale 1 

McChancy, Melanie 

Petrovic 6 

McCoy, Joseph 

McLaughlin 3 

McCrary, Terrance 

McLaughlin 3 

McCulley, Scott Ramlow 4 

McGill, Denise Gale 4 

McKain, Dusty Spiga 8 

McKain, Misty Haffer 3 

McKnight, Michelle Gibson 

3 

McLaughlin, Kelly Ramlow 

7 

McLaughlin, Michael 

Ramlow 4 

Medves, Caroline Gibson 1 

Metzger, Victoria Petrovic 

6 

Mews, Karl Lowe 8 



Meyers, Annamarie Gale 5 
Midolo, Salvatore Petrovic 
1 

Mihelcic, Janice Petrovic 1 
Mihelich, Renee Gale 4 
Mihelich, Richard Lellis 3 
Miklos, Mark Gale 5 
Mikovic, Mary Beth Gibson 
1 

Miller, Yvonne Ramlow 7 
Millhof, Sharon Petrovic 7 
Minardo, Joseph Gibson 7 
Mitch, James Harris 8 
Mochan, James Gale 4 
Mohorich, Phillip Gale 4 
Moore, Charlene Gale 8 
Moore, Donna Lowe 6 
Moore, Jacques Gibson 3 
Morgan, David Harris 8 
Morgan, Destiny Harris 5 
Morkunas, Andrew Harris 5 
Motuza, John Lellis 3 
Muir, Richard Gale 5 
Mujic, Mirko Harris 5 
Mukkamala, Sasirekha 
Lellis 8 

Mullen, Thomas Ramlow 7 
Mulraney, Paula 
McLaughlin 5 
Mulvinas, Harriet 
McLaughlin 5 
Munford, Andrew Lowe 2 
Munz, Mark McLaughlin 6 
Murphy, Laura Petrovic 6 
Murphy, Michael Petrovic 
3 

Murray, John Gale 1 
Murray, Michael Gale 1 
Musick, Daryl Gale 8 
Naglic, Anthony Harris 7 
Nagode, Richard Gale 4 
Nagy, Steve Spiga 1 
Nebe, Scott Spiga 2 
Nelson, Constance Spiga 1 
Nenadovic, Roman Gibson 
1 

Neubert, Patricia 
McLaughlin 6 
Neumann, Sandra Petrovic 
1 

Newell, Thomas 
McLaughlin 5 
Niccum, Janet Harris 5 
Nolan, Jeffery Petrovic 7 
Norton, Kellie Gale 8 
Oberaitis, Terri Gibson 7 
Oberle, Julie Lellis 1 
O'Brien, Stephen Harris 7 
O'Donnell, Mark Lellis 1 
Ogrinc, Amy Lellis 8 



O'Neal, David Spiga 4 
Opacich, George Spiga 2 
O'Rourke, Leslie Spiga 1 
Osborne, James Petrovic 7 
Osborne, Michael Gale 1 
Oshaben, Russell Harris 7 
Otcasek, Carol Spiga 8 
O'Toole, John Gibson 1 
O'Toole, Michael Harris 5 
Paciorek, Ronald Lellis 1 
Palmer, Susan Gibson 7 
Palumbo, Robert Lowe 2 
Paparizos, Michael Ramlow 
4 

Papotta, Laura McLaughlin 
5 

Papouras, William Lellis 1 
Pappalardo, Thomas Gale 
4 

Paradiso, Pamela Gibson 1 
Parisi, Monica Gibson 3 
Parker, Cynthia Gibson 7 
Parker, David Spiga 4 
Parkinson, David Gale 1 
Parziale, Michael Lellis 8 
Patt, Margot Haffer 3 
Patterson, Nancy Lellis 8 
Pavic, Julie Petrovic 3 
Peck, Melinda Petrovi': 7 
Penny, Jeffrey Gale 1 
Perdan, Phillip Petrovic 6 
Perovsek, Anthony Spiga 8 
Petitto, James McLaughlin 
5 

Petrick, Gary Lellis 6 
Pfleger, Mark Lellis 1 
Pfriem, Karen Lellis 3 
Picket, Betsy Harris 7 
Piatt, William Spiga 1 
Plevelich, Linda Petrovic 7 
Pockar, Monica Gibson 7 
Porten, Thomas Harris 8 
Porz, Donald Gibson 7 
Posatiere, Louisa Ramlow 7 
Povirk, Thomas Lowe 2 
Powell, Thomas Gibson 3 
Pratt, Darleen Lowe 8 
Pritchard, Saundra Harris 8 
Radatz, Darrin Gibson 3 
Rae, Ian Lellis 1 
Raguz, Stanislav Gibson 3 
Rail, Donna Spiga 1 
Ramunas, Vilija Harris 5 
Ranallo, Daniel Ramlow 7 
Rasmusen, Curt Lellis 3 
Rattini, Linda Spiga 8 

Rawlings, Kimberly Lellis 3 
Ray, Kathleen Petrovic 3 
Reichert, Kellie Gale 2 



154 



Reid, Deborah Ramlow 7 
Reider, Susan Lellis 3 
Reiman, Suzanne Petrovic 
7 

Reminick, Karen Gale 2 
Reno, Amy Lellis 8 
Reschke, Derrick Ramlow 
7 

Resnik, Paul Gibson 3 
Rhamy, Daniel Spiga 1 
Rice, Parris Gale 4 
Richardson, Marvin Lellis 6 
Riczinger, Susan Gale 4 
Riedel, Donna Gibson 7 
Roberts, David Ramlow 4 
Robinson, David Gale 1 
Roeder, Richard Spiga 1 
Roessler, Diane Harris 5 
Rohlke, Richard Harris 8 
Roper, Susan Gale 2 
Rose, Scott Lellis 3 
Ross, John Petrovic 7 
Ross, John Lellis 1 
Rossi, James Lellis 1 
Rossmann, Carolyn Lellis 8 
Rowan, Vincent Haffer 3 
Rozum, Carole Lellis 8 
Rudlak, Richard Petrovic 7 
Rupcic, Kathy McLaughlin 
3 

Rutkowski, Geraldine Lowe 
8 

Ryder, Kathleen Gale 2 
Salopek, Peter McLaughlin 
5 

Samuel, Julie Gale 2 
Sandor, Colleen Lowe 2 
Sansavera, Kenneth Gale 2 
Santon, Edward Ramlow 4 
Sapatka, Carole Petrovic 7 
Saracevic, Aida Lellis 8 
Satava, Scott Lowe 6 
Savino, Matthew Lowe 6 
Sawyer, Megan Petrovic 1 
Scaife, Christina Spiga 2 
Schauer, John Ramlow 4 
Scheid, Denise Gale 8 
Schembre, Victor Lowe 2 
Schiffbauer, Michael Gale 2 
Schneider, Warren Spiga 4 
Schrock, Lori Petrovic 6 
Schultz, Heidi Harris 7 
Schultz, William 
McLaughlin 6 
Schulz, Brian Gale 4 
Schwenner, Patricia Gale 8 
Seidel, Lorraine Gale 2 
Seleman, John McLaughlin 
3 



Selvaggio, Nicholas Spiga 
8 

Selway, Janene Lellis 8 
Sergent, Keith Lellis 6 
Shanklin, Anthony 
McLaughlin 3 
Shea, Laurie Lellis 6 
Shefcheck, Mark Ramlow 
4 

Shei Linda Gibson 1 
Shoenberger, Joseph 
Ramlow 4 

Shook, Kristine Gibson 7 
Shutty, Marcia Lellis 3 
Siemen, Renee Gale 1 
Sikora, Laura Ramlow 7 
Sim, Karen Harris 5 
Simek, Barbara Gale 5 
Simon, Kevin Harris 7 
Simpson, Michael Lellis 1 
Skiljan, David Petrovic 1 
Skora, Walter Spiga 1 
Slavkovsky, Thomas Lellis 
1 

Sly, Susan Lowe 2 
Smiddy, Alteria Petrovic 7 
Smith, Bryan Spiga 2 
Smith, Cheryl Harris 7 
Smith, Dominga Lowe 6 
Smith, Janet Gibson 3 
Smith, Lisa McLaughlin 3 
Smith, Michael Harris 8 
Smith, Thomas McLaughlin 
6 

Smoot, Robin Gale 8 
Snook, Diane Lowe 6 
Snyder, Laura Gale 5 
Sobecki, Denise Gibson 1 
Son, Shelley Gale 4 
Sonnie, William Spiga 2 
Sotka, Kimberly Lowe 8 
Sparks, John Spiga 1 
Speck, Mark Petrovic 3 
Speer, James Gale 2 
Spence, Paul Lowe 8 
Springer, Lori Lellis 3 
Stamberger, Kim 
McLaughlin 6 

Standish, Christopher Lellis 
3 

Steele, Amy Gale 2 
Steffas, James Harris 7 
Stephens, John Lowe 6 
Stermole, Richard Gibson 7 
Stewart, Henry McLaughlin 
5 

Stragisher, Jane Harris 5 
Strle, Bernadette Petrovic 3 
Struna, Janet Gale 8 
Struna, Marilyn Lellis 8Suo 



Suponcic, Ronald Lellis 1 

Swanson, Kevin Gale 3 

Swider, Carol Harris 5 

Switzler, Patrick 

Mclaughlin 6 

Szabo, John Haffer 3 

Szalay, Sharon Gale 5 

Szolek, Jill Gale 2 

Szukalski, Christine Harris 

7 

Talty, Katherine Harris 8 

Tanner, Jeffrey Gale 5 

Taylor, Deborah Harris 5 

Taylor, Wesley Petrovic 6 

Templar, Gregory Ramlow 

7 

Templar, Lisa Mclaughlin 5 

Testa, Joseph Lellis 1 

Theodore, Scott Petrovic 6 

Thomas, Edward Spiga 2 

Thompson, Carl Lellis 1 

Thompson, Lawrence 

Petrovic 3 

Thornton, Paul Gibson 1 

Tice, Raymond Lellis 6 

Tiedman, Laura Gale 5 

Tomic, Zvonko Lellis 6 

Tomorowitz, John Petrovic 

3 

Torer, Norene Gale 2 

Toth, David Lellis 6 

Trbovich, Kimberly Gibson 

3 

Tucci, David Lellis 8 

Tuft, Thomas Petrovic 3 

Turner, Darryl Spiga 4 

Ubl, Thomas Spiga 1 

Odovic, Maria Haffer 3 

Cikmar, Alexandra Petrovic 

6 

(Jnick, Suzanne Lowe 2 

Urbas, Mark Petrovic 3 

Valenti, Nina Harris 5 

Valentine, Janine Gibson 7 

Vance, Robert Petrovic 6 

Vegel, Stephen Gale 8 

Vendel, Emily Lellis 3 

Vendeland, Bryan Haffer 3 

Ventura, Valerie Petrovic 3 

Vinkovic, Colleen 

Mclaughlin 5 

Virt, Timothy Mclaughlin 5 

Vitantonio, Michael 

Petrovic 6 

Volante, Susan Harris 8 

Vorlicek, Raymond Spiga 1 

Wagner, Karin Gibson 3 

Wanger, Michael 

Mclaughlin 3 

Wagner, Robert Ramlow 4 



Walczak, Christine Gibson 
3 

Walker, Annette Spiga 8 
Walls, Charles Gale 2 
Walsh, Carol Petrovic 1 
Waltermire, Elizabeth Gale 2 
Walther, Brian Spiga 4 
Wamser, Ronald 
McLaughlin 5 
Warman, Cheryl Spiga 8 
Warren, Wesley Spiga 1 
Waters, Glenn McLaughlin 
3 

Weber, George Petrovic 7 
Weisert, George Gale 1 
Weissfuss, Frank Gale 5 
Wendel, Fred Lellis 6 
West, Deborah McLaughlin 
5 

Westover, Jeffrey Lellis 8 
Whelan, Michael Spiga 1 
White, Tamara Spiga 1 
Wiegand, Rebecca Petrovic 
7 

Will, Christine McLaughlin 3 
Willard, Robin Spiga 2 
Williams, Dane Spiga 8 
Williams, Steven Spiga 2 
Wilson, Amy Petrovic 6 
Wilson, Andrew Lellis 3 
Wintle, Audrey Petrovic 7 
Woide, David Lellis 8 
Wojcik, William Ramlow 4 
Wolowiecki, Patrick Harris 
7 

Wonderly, Norman Lellis 1 
Wood, Dana Gale 8 
Wright, Craig McLaughlin 3 
Wright, Donald Gale 8 
Wuchter, Erick Gibson 3 
Wyman, Daniel Lellis 1 
Yanchar, Harry Gibson 3 
Yatsko, Dana Gibson 3 
Yeckley, Charles 
McLaughlin 3 
Yeckley, Sharon Harris 7 
Yerman, Denise Gibson 3 
Young, Keith McLaughlin 5 
Young, Patricia Lellis 6 
Yuhas, Roberta Lellis 8 
Zak, Donna Petrovic 1 
Zakrajsek, Louis Spiga 2 
Zalokar, Donna Lowe 6 
Zele, Charles Lellis 8 
Zerby, Linda Petrovic 6 
Ziegler, Gary Lowe 8 
Zimmerman, Eva Lowe 2 
Zupan, Madonna Petrovic 1 
Zurilla, Scott Gibson 1 
Zuro, Kenneth Lellis 3 



155 



juniors 
juniors 



Albert, Phillip 

Alaburda, Mary 

Ames, Kim 

Anderson, Ann 

Anderson, Tracey 

Andrews, Diane 



Andrews, Mike 

Antonick, Kim 

Appleton, Lori 

Arbogast, Doug 

Archacki, Joanne 

Aspinwall, Terri 



Ausflug, Christopher 

Austin, Debi 

Bak, Dave 

Barash, Lisa 

Barnard, Todd 



Battaglia, Dan 

Bauer, Dan 

Bauer, Paul 

Beadle, Gary 

Beal, Dave 

Bell, Connie 



Bell, Terri 

Bencin, Phil 

Berardinelli, Christy 

Berlan, Cathy 

Berzin, Lisa 

Besselman, Karl 



Bielek, Mike 

Black, Howie 

Black, Joy 

Blacjman, Mike 

Blain, Debbie 

Bleigh, Jeff 




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156 




Juniors 

juniors 

juniors 



Bleisten, Steve 
Blevins, Lynne 
Boggs, Terry 
Boka, Angie 
Bokar, Bob 
Booms, Charlie 



Boone, Linda 
Booth, Ray 
Bork, Janet 
Borthwick, Tom 
Boschi, Tom 
Bost, Patrick 



Bozich, Dale 
Boyd, Bob 
Bozak, Linda 
Brady, Scott 
Brady, James 
Bratina, Laura 



Braun, Judy 
Breeden, Tony 
Breeden, Tim 
Bremenour, Chris 
Breskvar, Paul 
Brinkley, Lori 



Bronkall, Kathy 
Brod, Patty 
Brown, Jim 
Brown, Ken 
Brown, Michael 
Brusse, Al 



Buccilli, Pat 
Buda, Stacie 
Budnar, Dave 
Buettner, Bill 
Bukovec, Dave 
Bulick, Nancy 



157 



Juniors 

juniors 

juniors 



Bumbager, Allen 

Burge, Becky 

Burke, Vince 

Burton, Ken 

Busher, Jeanne 

Bussey, Doreen 



Calabrese, Paul 
Callahan, Linda 
Campbell, Brian 
Campbell Carol 
Capasso, Louis 
Capretta, John 



Carlo, Jeannine 

Carney, Brian 

Carney, Mary Ann 

Cater, Jim 

Cavan, Katie 

Cebron, Mark 



Cefaratti, Mark 
Cek, Bob 
Cerer, Anne 
Cetinsky, Nick 
Champa, Mike 
Chanakas, Toni 



Chase, Carol 

Cherne, Kevin 

Christianson, Tim 

Cirino, Gina 

Civitarese, Toni 

Clarke, Colleen 



Clark, Debbie 
Clasen, Tom 
Clevenger, Kelly 
Collins, Gary 
Colo, Joseph 
Combs, Bryan 




158 




Juniors 

juniors 

juniors 



Conrad, Darlene 
Corbran, Tammy 
Corrigan, Colleen 
Cotter, Mike 
Cowling, Mark 
Coyne, Lorna 



Cozart, John 
Cunningham, Andrew 
Curtis, Ken 
Dallos, Brad 
D'Amico, Dave 
D'Amico, Greg 



Danolfo, Gary 
Danzinger, Dan 
Davidson, Sue 
Davis, Wayne 
Dawson, Donna 
Dea, John 



Delehanty, Eileen 
DiBacco, Tina 
Drury, Kathy 
Dubecky, Brett 
Draxler, Heidi 
Drobnick, Doug 



Doyle, Hope 
Dunlevy, Kelley 
Duffy, Katy 
Durbin, Mike 
Dureiko, Dan 
Dzomba, Dave 



Ecker, Eric 
Eder, Jim 
Ehrart, Dawn 
Eishaw, Luke 
Ellenbest, Bob 
Ellul, Vince 



/ \ 



Eros, John 
Evans, Gina 
Evans, Jane 

Faight, Debbie 
Fakult, Jim 

Faragov, Janet 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 



Fasham, Mary Lynn 

Fazio, Keith 

Fedakowski, Dave 

Fenlito, Ken 

Ferrara, Shelley 

Ferritto, Lisa 



Fetko, Denise 

Fike, Sharon 

Fiorelli, Tracy 

Fleck, Steve 

Flender, Kevin 

Foreman, Betina 



Foskey, Fred 

Frank, Sandra 

Frattin, Natalie 

Frimik, Wayne 

Funk, Terri 

Fussel, Nick 



Gaffney, Dave 

Gallagher, Sue 

Grubb, Dale 

Gallo, Bob 

Galloway, Mary 

Garland, Mark 




160 




A 


Gencope, Scott 
Gielink, Ron 
Gishnock, Michael 
Giunta, Laura 
Giunta, Sal 
Glaser, Scott 


A ^ 





Juniors 

juniors 

juniors 



Gleason, John 
Glick, Gary 
Glicken, Mickey 
Glover, Ed 
Glover, Mary 
Golden, Tim 



Gole, Char 
Gole, Charles 
Golob, Rob 
Gorjup, Jim 
Graus, Darryl 
Green, Tom 



Griffin, Jeff 
Grigsby, John 
Grosel, Dorene 
Groudle, Eric 
Habat, John 
Hale, Ron 



Hamilton, Diane 
Hammar, Nils 
Hancovsky, Nancy 
Hanford, Mike 
Haney, Dwight 
Hanson, Dave 



161 



Hanson, Lori 

Harchar, Jim 

Hart, Keith 

Harth, Pat 

Heasley, Jack 

Hegedus, Jeff 



Hemmert, Leyton 

Hepp, Chris 

Hernan, Chris 

Hickey, Sue 

Hicks, Lee Anne 

Hill, Patty 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 



Hinko, Michelle 

Hogan, Jeff 

Hone, Lorrie 

Hongosh, Bill 

Hook, Bethany 

Hoon, Joy 



Horabik, Michael 

Horton, Richard 

Horvat, Dan 

Hosa, Peter 

Hribar, Frank 

Hrobat, Rich 



Hrobat, Valerie 

Hromyko, Sue 

Hubbard, Jim 

Hufnagle, Doug 

Hurshman, Steve 

Hutton, Tina 




162 




Hwang, Paul 
lafelice, Bev 
Ivancic, Mary 
Ivancic, Nancy 
Ivancic, Todd 
Jakovik, Robert 



Jakubauskas, Vytautas 
Jankowski, Anita 
Janosky, Ron 
Jaroscak, Jeff 
Jazbec, Jim 
Jerina, David 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 



Johns, George 
Johnson, Rick 
Johnson, Scott 
Johnson, Terry 
Jones, Cathy 
Jones, Julia 



Jones, Marty 
Joranko, Valerie 
Jordan, Perry 
Kalka, Mike 
Kaselonis, Michael 
Keal, Keith 



Keene, Randy 
Kehn, Kathy 
Keller, Christi 
Kelly, Kevin 
Kerestes, Tatiana 
Kernz, Christine 



163 



King, Dyanne 

Kinkoff, Bob 

Kisthardt, John 

Klimas, Ray 

Knack, Sharon 

Knaus, Karen 



Knaus, Rudy 

Klemencic, Eva 

Knight, Chris 

Kobetitsch, Frank 

Koenig, Julie 

Kohler, Beverly 



Kordich, Jim 

Kosmetos, Jeff 

Kosir, John 

Kovelan, Ed 

Kozel, Sandy 

Kraince, Rick 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 



Kreckal, Joan 

Kristofelc, Cherie 

Krizanovic, Angela 

Krnc, Judith 

Kro, John 

Krofina, Mark 



Kuhen, Lisa 

Kurilla, Paul 

Ladovich, Eric 

Lamont, Pat 

Langdon, Paul 

Langman, Daryl 




164 




Lantz, Mark 
Larabee, Connie 
Larson, Karen 
Laska, Debi 
Lausin, Steve 
Lawrence, Linda 



LeDonne, Laura 
Leonard, Brian 
Lesier, Sharon 
Lesnick, Gary 
Leu, Doug 
Lewarski, Joe 



Lima, Jose 
Linn, Peggy 
Logan, Chris 
Lokar, Sue 
Long, Chris 
LoPresti, Marc 



~ Juniors 
a-9 juniors 
juniors 



Lorber, Kim 
Lynch, Judy 
Mabel, Beth 
Maciejauskas, llona 
Mackanos, Steve 
Mackell, Karen 



Magruder, Bob 
Maitland, Duncan 
Makela, Sharon 
Makela, Sue 
Malaney, Pat 
Malito, Betsy 



165 



Malone, Mike 

Manassa, Debbie 

Maniglia, Maria 

Mannello, Dave 

Marinkov, Steve 

Markel, Carl 



Markon, Vesna 

Maroli, Ed 

Martin, Denise 

Marolt, Mark 

Martin, Michelle 

Mascaro, Cindy 



Masera, Irene 

Mason, Bill 

Mast, Judy 

Mataraza, Frank 

Matoh, Nancy 

Matras, Stanley 



Mattson, Lyle 

McArthur, Karol 

McCluskey, Janet 

McCluskey, Sean 

McCoy, John 

McCreary, Colleen 



Juniors 

juniors 

juniors 



McGraw, Parsa 

McKenna, Kim 

McLaughlin, Megan 

McLoughlin, John 

McNelis, Mark 

McVey, Bob 







166 




Meaney, Kevin 
Medves, Mary 
Metcalf, Bob 
Meyers, Denise 
Miklos, John 
Misch, Jon 



Mitan, Barry 
Mizek, Mike 
Molnar, Richard 
Moser, Ron 
Moses, Robert 
Mullins, Therese 



Murphy, Colleen 
Murphy, Lynn 
Murphy, Tom 
Muscatello, Joe 
Musick, Bill 
Myers, Marcia 



Nawor, Todd 
Neiman, Rick 
Neubert, Carol 
Nicholls, Sandra 
Nicholson, Keith 
Nichting, Denise 



I Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 



Novak, Joe 
Novkovic, Zdenko 
Nozling, Joe 
O'Brien, Eileen 
O'Brien, Maureen 
O'Donnell, Joe 



167 



O'Neill, Colleen 

Orav, Belinda 

Ortman, John 

Owens, Chris 

Owen, Paula 

Pallante, Phil 



Papageorge, Nestor 

Patfield, Tony 

Paul, Sue 

Payne, Linda 

Payne, Lisa 

Peklay, Al 



Penny, Greg 

Penny, Lisa 

Perovsek, Adrienne 

Perusek, Rick 

Petraska, Chuck 

Petri, David 



Picozzi, Vince 
Pierce, Marcia 
Pirchner, Matt 
Poe, Coleen 
Polaski, Diane 
Pongallo, Darlene 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 



Ponsart, David 

Porten, Joe 

Post, Sandy 

Powers, Donna 

Pozun, Bill 

Pringle, Chris 




168 




Pritchard, Geoff 
Prizzi, Barb 
Purvis, Diane 
Pysell, Lisa 
Rado, Steve 
Raffaele, Gia 



Ramunas, Paul 
Rask, Vicki 
Ray, James 
Rayer, Diane 
Redman, Mike 
Reilly, John 



Reinke, Janet 
Reno, Brian 
Renshaw, John 
Repar, Frank 
Repasy, Ron 
Rhett, Gregory 



Rice, Deia 
Rich, Ronald 
Riczinger, Edward 
Ritzu, Cindy 
Roberts, Brenda 
Roeder, Mike 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 



Rolik, Steve 
Roper, Jeanette 
Rose, John 
Ross, Cyndi 
Ross, Norma 
Rossmann, Paul 



169 



Ruzich, Tom 

Ryder, Chris 

Rymarczyk, Sharon 

Sajn, Frank 

Sajn, Lori 

Salem, Dana 



Santon, Denise 

Santon, Greg 

Santoriella, Eileen 

Scaletta, Rich 

Schafer, Rob 

Shiller, Alex 



Schmidt, Lori 

Schneider, Carol 

Schuhle, Bill 

Schultz, Mark 

Schulz, Ken 

Schulz, Paul 



Scott, Robert 

Segina, Damir 

Seidel, Jane 

Seuffert, Doreen 

Shady, Bonnie 



Shay, Joe 



Shei, Amy 

Shei, Cindy 

Sheridan, Rob 

Shimonek, Mark 

Shunk, Jane 

Sieferd, Sherri 



Siegel, Scott 

Simkins, Raymond 

Singh, Nav 

Sleith, Sharon 

Skula, Debra 

Sly, Donna 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 




170 




Smith, Richard 
Snyder, Sandy 
Sobecki, Lori 
Soeder, Sue 
Son, Lisa 
Sorensen, Tony 



Sprague, Tammy 
Springer, Doug 
Srnovrsnik, Jane 
Stanke, Kathy 
Starman, Lori 
Starr, Barb 



Steyer, Laura 
Stipkovich, Dianne 
Stragisher, Mary 
Straub, Mark 
Strauss, Denise 
Strauss, Kathy 



Strickland, Richard 
Stroud, Wendy 
Stupansky, Lisa 
Sturgeon, Chris 
Sufka, Kevin 
Sufka, Keith 



Sulic, Milan 
Sullivan, Linda 
Summerhill, Gary 
Supinski, Gary 
Surh, Taeyung 
Sustarsic, Theresa 



Svigel, Mark 
Sweeney, Tim 
Swoboda, Jeanine 
Szalay, Debi 
Szozdowski, Laura 



Juniors 

juniors 

vj juniors 



Takiguchi, Nancy 
Tarr, Jamar 
Taulien, Harvey 
Tepley, Lori 
Theus, Barb 
Thomas, Bill 



Thomas, Ed 

Thomas, Jennifer 

Thompson, Jimmy 

Thompson, John 

Tonkli, Tom 

(Jcic, Connie 



Udovic, Joe 

Ulle, Andy 

(Jnick, Steve 

(Jrbas, Mike 

Valencic, Nancy 

Valentine, Jim 



Vanah, Dan 
VanBeneden, Tammy 
Vanek, Jena 
Varwig, Tom 
Vehar, Brian 
Vernon, Sue 



Vidrick, Russel 

Visale, Gary 

Voase, Vicki 

Volota, John 

Voss, Terry 

Vulich, Karen 



Wachhaus, Laura 

Whaling, Jill 

Walsh, Caren 

Walters, Frank 

Ward, Carol 

Watkins, Yvette 



Juniors 
juniors 
juniors 




172 




Watson, Jenny 
Webster, Travis 
Weiss, Dori 
Whelan, Donna 
White, Allison 
Williams, Craig 



Williams, Ray 
Willrich, Bob 
Winstead, Douglas 
Wolff, Don 
Wolons, Bob 
Woodruff, David 



Wrenn, Eugene 
Wright, Wendy 
Wuchter, Halle 
Yamane, Kristin 
Yartz, Greg 
Yates, Cindy 



Yatsko, Jack 
Yeckley, Mike 
Yehl, Joe 
Yerman, Ken 
Yonkouski, Doug 
Zaffle, Chris 



Zagore, David 
Zahorsky, Mike 
Zak, Steve 
Zakraysek, Lynne 
Zaller, Kevin 
Zawojek, Monica 



Zebold, Eric 
Zigman, Ed 
Zingale, Tony 
Znidarsic, Robert 



Juniors 

juniors 

juniors 






174 






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Linda Francetic, the "average" trombone player. 



LINDA ALABC1RDA 

Marching Band 10; Sophomore Class 10; 
Majorette Club 10, 11, 12; Majorettes 11, 12; 
Swim Leader 11; Senior Class 12; Student 
Council 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Spirits 10, 
11; Student Secretary 12; Concert Band 10. 

GREGORY JAMES ANDERSKY 
Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Symphonic Wind 
Ensemble 10, 11; AV Club 10, 11, 12; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Powder Puff Cheerleader, Gold 
12. 

JEFFREY ANDERSON 

Dude 

Varsity Chorale 11; Wrestling 10; Powder 

Puff Cheerleader, Gold 12; Spirits 11, 12; Sr. 

Talent Night 11, 12. 



THOMAS SCOTT ANDERSON 

Tom 

NHS 11, 12. 

LISA ANDREWS 

Girls' Choir 10; Student Secretary 11; Pow- 
der Puff, Blue 12. 

SHARON ANDREWS 
Cosmetology 11, 12. 

JEAN ARAPS 

Student Secretary 11; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 



AMY A. ARNOLD 

Girls' Cross Country 10, 11; Girls' Track 10, 
11, 12; Girls' Chorus 10; Sophomore Class 
10; Ad Club 11, 12; Student Council 11, 12, 
Executive Board 11; Student Secretary 11; 
Hockey Aide 11; Winter Play 11; Ski Club 
11, 12; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff, Blue 
12; Euclidian 12; Sr. Talent Night 12; Spirits 
12. 

DAVID ARNOLD 

JOHN ERIC ARNOLD 

Anood 

Marching Band 10, 1 1, 12; Symphonic Wind 

Ensemble 10, 1 1; Boys' Swim Team 10, 11, 

12. 

LORI ARTZNER 

OEA 11, 12, Secretary 11. 



176 




Jill Badstibner James Baehr 


Joseph Baglione John Balala Mary Jo Balazs 


JOHN J. ATTWOOD 


ANTHONY AVENI 


JOSEPH BAGLIONE 


Jay 

Football 10, 11, 12; Letterman Club 11, 12; 


Tony 


Bags 


Powder Puff Cheerleader, Gold 12; Spirits 
11, 12; Winter Festival Jr. Attendant 11. 

VERONICA Y. AUSTIN 
Ronnie 


JILL BADSTIBNER 

Euclidian 11, Editor • In ■ Chief 12; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12; Powder Puff, Gold 
12; IQS 11, 12; NHS 11, 12. 


JOHN BALALA 

MARY JO BALAZS 

M.J. 

Spirits 10, 11, 12; GLC 11, President 12; 


Cosmetology 11, 12. 


JAMES BAEHR 
Yogi 


Student Council 12; NHS 11, 12; Sr. Class 
Cabinet 12; Junior Class 11; Powder Puff, 


JACK AVCIN 


Blue 12; Cheerleading 10, 11; Girls' Swim 






Team 10, 11; Ad Club 12. 




177 





FRANK VINCENT BALOGH 
Golf Team 10, 11, 12. 

JAMES BANASZEK 
Hockey 10, 11, 12. 

LARRY BANNING 
Track 10, 11, 12. 

BRIDGET J. BARBA 
Bridge 
Cosmetology 11, 12. 



VALERIE BARIS 

Val 

Gymnastics 12; Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

ANDREW BARNACJSKAS 

Little Barney 

Football 10, 11, 12; Letterman Club 11, 12; 

Basketball 10; NHS 11, 12; Investment Club 

12. 

GREGORY BARNAUSKAS 
Barney 

Football 10, 11, 12, Co ■ Captain 12; Wres- 
tling 11, 12; Spirits 10, 11, 12; Letterman 
Club 11, 12. 



SHARON BARRAVECHIA 
Track 11. 

JANE BARTEL 

Student Council, Treasurer 11, 12; Swim 
Timer 10; Swim Leader 10, 11; Football Aide 
11, 12; Wai Napolo 12; Junior Class 11; Sen- 
ior Class 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Ad Club 
12. 

EDWARD BARTOL 

CRYSTAL BASHLINE 

Harvey 

Metal Sculpture 11; Swim Team 11. 




\ 

Gregory Barnauskas 



Sharon Barravechia 



Edward Bartol 



Crystal Bashline 



178 



IVAN BEGOVIC 

JANET BEHCIM 

KAREN BEHUN 

Behun 

Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

THOMAS BELL 

Hockey 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12. 

ROBERT BELVISO 
Bob 

ROSEMARIE BENE 
Rose 

Choir 10; Choral Masters 11, 12; Girls' Bas- 
ketball 10, 11, 12; Girls' Track 10, 11, 12. 



LAURA BENNETT 

Laurie 

Horsemanship Club 11; Powder Puff, Blue 

12. 

LAURIE BERES 

NHS 11, 12; COE, Secretary 12. 

JOHN BERLAN 

Football 10, 11, 12; Track 10, 11, 12; Capt. 

12. 

KENNETH BERNACKI 
Ken 

Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Sophomore Class Cabi- 
net 10; Junior Class Cabinet 11; Student 
Council 1 1; DE Merchandising, President 12. 



SVETLANA BEROS 
Svet 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Sen- 
ior Class 12; Big Show 10, 11, 12; Euclidian 
10, 11, 12; Survey 10, 11, 12; GLC 11; Stu- 
dent Council 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Fall 
Play 10; Spirits 12; Varsity Chorale 11, 12; 
NHS 11, 12; IQS 11, 12; Choral Masters 11, 
12; Sophomore Chorus 10; Battle of the 
Classes 1 1. 




Kenneth Bernacki 



Svetlana Beros 



179 



BETH BLACK 

Choir 10; Office Aide 11; 

Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

CHRISTINE BLASE 
Trixy 

ROBERT BLEVINS 
Bob 

JANINE BOETTCHER 
Gymnastics 10; JV Football 
Cheerleader 11; JV Basket- 
ball Cheerleader, Captain 
11; Powder Puff 12; Varsity 
Football Cheerleader 12; 
Varsity Basketball Cheer- 
leader, Captain 12; Spirits 
10, 11; NHS 11, 12. 

WILLIAM BOHANON 

DAVID BOKOR 

FRANK BOLDEN 

MICHELE BOLOCANOFF 

Mickey 

Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Co 

Capt. 12; Girls' Swim Team 

10, 11; GLC 11, 12; Senior 

Class 12; Powder Puff 12; 

Spirits 12. 

JANET BORK 
Not Pictured 

JOHN BOSCO 
Bosc 

KENNETH BOSCO 

STEVEN BOST 

ARLENE BOWINS 
COE 12. 

DARLENE BOWINS 
Spirits 10, 11; Wai Napolo 
11; Wrestling Cheerleader 
11; Choral Masters 10, 11, 
12. 

NEIL BOYLE 
Not Pictured 

MICHAEL BRAIDICH 
Mikey 

Marching Band 10; Data Pro- 
cessing 11, 12, Historian 12. 

SCOTT E. BRATTON 
Scooter 

Marching Band 10, 11, 12; 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
12; Stage Band 11, 12; Pep 
Band 11, 12; Senior Class 
12; Junior Class 11; Sopho- 
more Class 10; NHS 11, 12. 

JOHN BRECHUN 
Not Pictured 

JAMES BRENTAR 

Jim 

Choral Masters 10, 11, 12; 

Soccer 11, 12; Investment 

Club 12. 




Christine Blase 



Robert Blevins 



Janine Boettcher 






William Bohanon 



Frank Bolden 



Michele Bolocanoff 





Kenneth Bosco 



Steven Bost 



Arlene Bowins 




Darlene Bowins 



Michael Braidich 



Scott E. Bratton 



James Brentar 



180 




It's actually fake, but it gets me sympathy. 



Deanna L. Brzozowski 



Arthur Buanno 




Dean Bucceri 



Ellen Elizabeth Buck 



Tiffany Buda 



Mark Bukovec 



TONY BRENTAR 
Baseball 10, 11, 12; Basket- 
ball 12; Investment Club 12; 
Student Council 12; Letter- 
man Club 12. 

RICHARD BREWER 

JOHN BROWN 

ROBIN R. BROWN 
Yves St. Laurent 
COE, Historian 12. 

SAMIA BRUNNER 
Sammy 

AUGUST BRUNO 
Augie 
Football 11. 

DEANNA L. BRZOZOWSKI 

Deadles 

Cosmetology 11, 12; Big 

Show 10. 

ARTHUR BUANNO 
Cross Country 11, 12; Track 
11, 12; Survey 10, 11, 12; 
Science Seminar 10, 11. 

DEAN BUCCERI 
DCT 12. 

ELLEN ELIZABETH BUCK 
Bucky 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12. 
Capt. 12; Indoor Track 10, 
11, 12; Outdoor Track 10, 
11, 12; Capt. 12; Spiti 10, 
11, 12; Capt. 12; Spirits 11, 
12; QLC 12; Powder Puff, 
Blue 12. 

TIFFANY BUDA 

Hockey Aide 12; Powder 

Puff 12; Investment Club 12. 

MARK BUKOVEC 
Buk 

JV Football 10; Varsity Foot- 
ball 11, 12, Capt. 12; Letter- 
man Club 11, 12; NHS 11, 
12. 



181 




Susan Bukovec 






Daniel Bumbarger D. Michael Burke 



Raymond Burris Kimberly J. Burrows 




Bonnie Bydash 



Paul Calabrese 



Do it again! I want each letter this big. 



SUSAN BUKOVEC 

Sue 

Girls' Swim Team 10; Powder Puff, Gold 12; 

Senior Class 12. 

DANIEL BUMBARGER 

Bumby 

JV Baseball 10; Bowling Club 12. 

D. MICHAEL BURKE 

Hockey 10, 11, 12 Co - Capt. 11. 

RAYMOND BURRIS 

Ray 

Voc. Automotives 11, 12. 



KIMBERLY J. BURROWS 

Kim 

Wrestling Aide 10, 11, 12; Wrestling Trainer 

12; Softball 11; Spirits 10, 11, 12; Student 

Council 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

KAREN BUSDIECKER 

Buzz 

Volleyball 10, 11, 12, Co ■ Capt. 12; Track 

10, 11, 12; Wrestling Aide 11, 12; Spirits 12; 

Powder Puff 12. 

ROSEMARY BUSHER 

Missy 

Close Up 12. 



BONNIE BYDASH 

Data Processing 11, 12; 

Secretary 12; Investment Club 12. 

DANIEL CAITO 
Not Pictured. 

PAUL CALABRESE 

Cal 

Crosscountry 11, 12; Indoor Track 10. 11 

12; Outdoor Track 10. 11, 12; NHS 11. 12 

Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 10 

Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11; Spirits 12 

Senior Class 12. 



182 




Michael Casciato 



Diane L. Cavell 



Thomas Centa 



Vicky M. Centa 



Wendy Cerbin 



THERESE CALABRESE 

NORBERT CALLAHAN 

Norb 

OWE 11, 12. 

COLLEEN CAMPBELL 
Big Show 11, 12; NHS 11, 12; Senior Class 
12; Spirits 10, 11, 12; Hockey Aide 10; Track 
Aide 10, 11; Ad Club 11, 12; Junior Class 11; 
Student Council 12; Choral Masters 12. 

ROSS CAMPENSA 

Bossi 

Hockey 10; Powder Puff Referee 12. 



MARK CARNEY 

Swim Team 10, 11, 12, Co -Capt. 12; Water 

Polo 10, 11, 12, Co • Capt. 12. 

DOUGLAS CARTER 

MIKE CASCIATO 

Cas 

Football 10; Track 10, 11, 12; Indoor Track 

10, 11, 12. 

DIANE L. CAVELL 

Cava 

Girls' JV Basketball 10; Girls' Varsity Bas 

ketball 11, 12, Tri • Capt. 12; Ad Club 10, 11, 

12; Girls' Choir 10. 



THOMAS CENTA 

Tom 

Investment Club 12; Indoor Track 10, 11, 12; 

Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12. 

VICKY M. CENTA 

Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Ad Club 
12; Sophomore Class 10; Spirits 11, 12; 
Football Aide 11, 12; Jr. Attendant, Home- 
coming 11; Student Council 11, 12, Secre- 
tary 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

WENDY CERBIN 

Metal Sculpture 10,11; Softball 11 ; Ski Club 

12; Euclidian 11. 



183 



DEBORAH CHINNICI 






Debbie 


LAURA C. CHCJKAYNE 




Cosmetology 11, 12. 


Girls' Choir 10; Choral Masters 1 1; Wrestling 


DONALD CIKA 




Aide 10, 11, 12, Vice President 11, 12; Track 


Rod 


CHRISTOPHER CHRESTOFF 


Aide 11; Ad Club 11, 12; Spirits 10, 11, 12; 


Boys' Choir 10. 


Not Pictured. 


Powder Puff, Gold 12. 


REGINA CIROTA 


JOHN CHRISTENSEN 


DIANE M. CIBRIK 

Girls' Chorus 10; Sophomore Class 10; Ju- 


OEA 11, 12, Treasurer 12. 


JOHN CHRISTOPHER 


nior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Choral Mas- 


THOMAS CLAPP 


Troy 


ters 11, 12; Euclidian 11, 12; Spirits 12; Pow- 






der Puff, Gold 12; Ski Club 12; Student 


JACK CLARK 


PHILLIP CHRISTOPHER 


Council 12; NHS 11, 12; GLC 11; Student 




Phil 


Secretary 10, 11, 12. 


COLLEEN CLARK 




Thomas Clapp 



Jack Clark 



Colleen Clark 



What's up, Doc? 



184 



ROBERT CLARKE 


SLAVKO CMELJESEVIC 




Bob 






Not Pictured. 


DANIEL COLES 




Swimming 10, 11; Swim Leader 10, 11. 


JOHNNA COOK 


MARK COSTANTINO 


ALBERT CLEMENS 


Not Pictured. 


BETH COVER 


Al 




Befie 




BRIAN COONS 


Cosmotology 11, 12; Football Aide 10. 


MARGARET CLEMENTS 






Meg 


CYNTHIA CORBETT 


DONALD J. CRAMER 


Swim Timer 10; Powder Puff 12; NHS 11, 


Cindy 


Don 


12; GLC 12; AFS 10; Pinochle Club 10, 11, 






12; Student Secretary 10, 11, 12; Choral 


DIANA CORRIGAN 


JULIE CRANE 


Masters 11, 12; Sr. Talent Night 12. 


Gymnastics 10; Student Secretary 10. 11. 


Moogie 




Diana Corrigan 



Mark Costantino 



Donald J. Cramer 



Julie Crane 



185 



ROBERT CRANE 

Bob 

Big Show 10; Fall Play 11, 

12; Survey 12. 

DAVID CRAWFORD 
Dave 

EILEEN CRIADO 

Voc. Stenography 11; COE 

Vice President 12. 

RICHARD CRINO 

Rick 

Not Pictured. 

Concert Band 10, 11, 12. 

EVA CSIZMADIA 

MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM 

Mike 

Wrestling 10, 12. 

DEBORA L. COP 
Debbie 

Choir 10; Wrestling Cheer- 
leader 10; Voc. Stenography 
11, Historian; Voc. Stenogra- 
phy 12, Vice President; Pow- 
der Puff 12; Spirits 10. 

JANET DAMICO 

DE Merchandising 11, 12. 

DANIEL J. DAGGHERTY 

Doc 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basket 

ball 10, 11; Letterman Club 

11, 12. 

GERALD DAVIES 
Jerry 

Cross Country 10, 1 1, 12; In- 
door Track 10, 11, 12; Out- 
door Track 10, 12; Spirits 
11, 12; Key Club 12. 

REBECCA DEAKIN 
Becky 




Eileen Criado 



Eva Csizmadia 



Michael Cunningham 



Janet D'Amico 



Daniel J. Daugherty 



Gerald Davies 



Debora L. Cup 




Rebecca Deakin 



186 




Michael DeCapite 



Lore DeLambo 



Laurie DeLuca 



Kathryn M. DeMarco 




Jesse DiRando 



MICHAEL DECAPITE 

LORE DELAMBO 

AFS 10; Library Aide 11. 

LAURIE DELUCA 
OEA 11, 12. 

KATHRYN M. DEMARCO 
Kathy 

Swim Leader 10, 11; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12; 
Voc. Stenography 11, 12, 
Secretary 12; Euclidian, Un- 
derclass Ed. 11, Activities 
Ed. 12; NHS 11, 12; IQS 11, 
12. 

ROSEANNE DEMATTIE 
Rosie 

Ski Club 10; Spirits 10; Jr. 
Clerk Typist 11, 12, Histori- 
an 12; Powder Puff, Gold 12; 
Clinic Aide 12 

ROBERT DEPALMA 

Bob 

Ski Club 10. 

RAYMOND DEPTOLA 

Ray 

Swim Leader 1 1. 

STEVEN DEUSCHLE 
Steve 

BRIGID DEVENEY 

ALLAN DICKARD 
Smith 

Swim Team 10, 11, 12; Wa- 
ter Polo 11; Swim Leaderll. 

JULIETTE DIMITROV 

JESSE DIRANDO 
Ski Club 10. 



Laura Zebold introduces EHS's latest AFS student 
to the earth custom of Halloween. 



187 






Annemarie DiTirro 



Roseanne DiVincenzo 



n 

William Dodd 




Patricia Dolsen 




Jonathan Dorado 



James Dotson 



What do you mean the answer is Go Panthers? 



ANNEMARIE DITIRRO 

Dit 

Horsemanship Club 11; Powder Puff, Blue 

12. 

ROSEANNE DIVINCENZO 

Greek, Rox 

Girls' Choir 10; Student Secretary 11, 12; JV 

Softball 11; Clerk Typist 11, 12, Treasurer 

11. 

DAVID DODD 

Dave 

Soccer 10, 11; Indoor Track 10, 11; Outdoor 

Track 10, 11. 



WILLIAM DODD 

Bill 

Swim Leader 11; 500 Mile Club 11; Cross 

Country 10, 11, 12, Capt. 12; Indoor Track 

10, 11, 12, Capt. 12; Outdoor Track 10, 11. 

12, Capt. 12. 

PATRICIA DOLSEN 

Patty 

Choir 12; Office Aide 12. 

ANGELA DOMBROSKY 

The Hulk 

Voc. Child Care 11, 12; Hero Club 11, 12; 

Choir 10. 



TERRY DONNER 

Survey 11, 12; Eucuyo 11, 12, Editor 12; 

NHS 11, 12; Junior Class 11. 

JONATHAN DORADO 
John 

RICHARD DOREMUS 

Rich 

Not Pictured. Library Aide 12. 

JAMES DOTSON 
Dot 



188 




You put your left foot out, and you shake it all about 



Patricia Drienka 



Colleen Driscoll 





Gregory Dulla 



Maureen E. Dupay 



John Durbin 



Larry Ede 



Denise L. Eiermann 



MARY DRAKE 

Key Club 10; Student Secretary 12. 

WILLIAM DRASLER 
Bill 

PATRICIA DRIENKA 
Patty 

Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 10; 
NHS 11, 12; Horsemanship Club 10; Sym- 
phonic Wind Ensemble 11, 12; Basketball 
11, 12; Softball 11; Tennis 12. 



COLLEEN DRISCOLL 

Schnapples 

Euclidian 10, 11; Student Council 10; Spirits 

10, 11, 12; Office Aide 11, 12. 

GREGORY DCJLLA 

Doo 

JV Baseball 10; Spirits 10, 11, 12. 

MAUREEN E. DUPAY 

Bean 

Volleyball 10, 11; GLC 11. 



JOHN DURBIN 

Chris 

Soccer 10, 11, 12. 

LEE ECKER 

Not Pictured. 

LARRY EDE 

DENISE L. EIERMANN 

Dee 

Wrestling Aide 10, 11, 12, President 11, 12; 

Ad Club 11, 12; Spirits 10, 11, 12; Powder 

Puff, Gold 12; Swim Leader 1 1; Senior Class 

12; Track Aide 11. 



189 



MARIE ELKANICK 

JEAN ELLIS 

Jeannie 

Office Aide 10; Cosmotology 11, 12; Powder 

Puff, Gold 12. 

JOHN EMSER 
Mutley 

Marching Band 10, 11; Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 10, 11. 



MARTHA A. EYMAN 
Mart 

AFS 10; Student Secretary 10; GAA 10; Sen- 
ior Class 12; Euclidian 10, 11, 12; GLC 11, 
12, Cabinet 12; Varsity Volleyball 10, 11, 12; 
JV Basketball 10; Varsity Basketball 11; 
Softball 10; Track 11, 12; Powder Puff, Gold 
12. 

TED FABEC 

Marching Band 10, 11; Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 12; Concert Band 10, 11. 

DEBORAH A. FAGAN 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; JV 
Baseball Aide 10; Ad Club 11, 12; Powder 
Puff, Blue 12. 



DIANE FAKGLT 

Sophomore Class Co • Treasurer 10; Volley- 
ball 10; NHS 11, 12; Varsity Chorale 11; 
Stage Band 11, 12; Sr. Talent Night 12; Stu- 
dent Council 12; Sr. Class Cabinet 12; Pow- 
der Puff, Blue 12; Spirits 12; Euclidian 12. 

RICHARD FAMBRINI 

Fram 

Bowling 12. 

TIMOTHY FAWCETT 

JAMES FERENCAK 

DONNA FERRARA 




Martha A. Eyman 



Deborah A. Fagan 



There's another elf in Jane Bartel's locker! 





Richard Fambrini 



Timothy Fawcett 



James Ferencak 



Donna Ferrara 



190 



WILLIAM FIERLE 
Bowling 12. 

JULIANA FIFIK 
Fif 

Girls' Track 10, 11, 12; NHS 11, 12; Horse- 
manship Club 10; Eucuyo 11, 12, Drama 
Editor 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Senior 
Class 12; Key Club 11; Science Seminar 1 1, 
12. 

DOROTHY LEE FINNELEY 
DoroLee 

LISA FIORELLI 

Powder Puff 12; Survey, Business Manager 

12. 

PATRICK FIORILLI 

Pat 

Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12; Indoor Track 10, 

11, 12. 



BRION FORD 
Not Pictured. 

W. SCOTT FOREMAN 
Soccer 10; Library Aide 12. 

ROBERT W. FORMICA 

Rob 

Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Student 

Council 11, 12; Spirits 11, 12; Office Aide 

11; Investment Club 12. 

JOHN FOWLE 

Voc. Automotives 11, 12. 

ROBERT FOX 

Bob 

Student Council 12. 



DCIANE FOY 

JV Tennis 10; Varsity Tennis 11, 12; Golf 
Team 10; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 
1 1; Senior Class 12; Student Council 11, 12, 
Vice President 12; Key Club 10, 11, 12, Vice 
President 12; Powder Puff Referee 12; NHS 
11, 12; Spirits 11, 12; Euclidian 12; Survey 
12. 

LINDA FRANCETIC 

Marching Band 10, 11, 12, Vice President 12; 

IQS 10, 11, 12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

10, 11, 12; Stage Band 10, 11, 12; Pep Band 

11, 12; Swim Leader 11; Survey 10, 11, 12; 
NHS 11, 12; Big Show Orchestra 10; Spirits 
12. 




w 

Susan Nemeth found a faster way to get to class. 



Robert Fox 



Duane Foy 



191 



JAMES R. FRATCHER 

KAREN J. FRATINO 
Powder Puff, Gold 12 

JEFF FREEDMAN 
Varsity Soccer 11, 12, Capt. 
12; JV Soccer 10; Varsity 
Tennis 10, 11, 12; NHS 11, 
12, Vice President 12; Soph- 
omore Class Treasurer 10; 

NANCY FRENCH 
WaiNapolo 10, 11, 12, Histo- 
rian 11, Secretary 12; Swim 
Timer 10, 11, 12; Ad Club 
12; Sophomore Class 10; Ju- 
nior Class Cabinet 1 1; Senior 
Class Cabinet 12; Student 
Council 12; Powder Puff, 
Blue 12; NHS 11, 12; Spirits 
10, 11, 12; Swim Team 12; 
Swim Leader 10, 11; Ski 
Club 11. 

ARLEEN FUNK 

DAVID GABLE 
Not Pictured. 

CHARLES GALER 
Charlie 

JAMES P. GALLOWAY 

Jim, Craze 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Spirits 

12. 

THOMAS GALON 

Tom 

Tennis 10, 11, 12; Marching 

Band 10, 11, 12; Symphonic 

Wind Ensemble 10, 11, 12. 

DAVID GALYAS 

SHERIE GARAPIC 

Fro 

Girls' Baketball 10, 11, 12; 

NHS 11, 12; Girls' Track 10, 

11, 12; Science Seminar 11; 

Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

NANCY GARGIGLO 
Hockey Aide 10, 11, 12; 
Powder Puff 12. 

DENISE GAVELL 




James R. Fratcher 



Arleen Funk 



Karen J. Fratino 



Jeff Freedman 



Nancy French 




Charles Galer 



James P. Galloway 



Thomas Galon 




Nancy Gargiulo 



Santa's Helpers at Euclid High. Front Row: Amy 
Arnold, Sally Jaksa. Back Row: Laura Zebold, Sue 
Meglich, Eileen Welton, Sabrina Martinak, Susan 
Nemeth. 



192 




Dawn M. Glaser 



Norman Goldrich 



Mark Golen 



BARBARA GAWOR 

Barb 

Choral Masters 12; Office 

Aide 11, 

DEMISE GEDDES 
Student Secretary 11. 

DEREK GESKE 

CAROL GESSLER 

Voc. Stenography 11, 12. 

ROY GEYER 

Matt 

Not Pictured. 

GINA GIALLOMBARDO 
Not Pictured. 
Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

RAY GIANGIACOMO 
Survey 11, 12; Tennis 11, 
12; Astronomy Club 12. 

JOHN G1LROY 
Dr. Phibes 

DAWN M. GLASER 
Wrestling Aide 10; Swim 
Leader 10, 11; Majorette 
Club 10, 11, 12; Majorette 
11, 12; Office Aide 12. 

LAURIE GLICK 

NORMAN GOLDRICH 
Tennis 12; Computer Club 
10, 11, 12. 

MARK GOLEN 



193 




Stephen Grubar 



Donna Wisniewski can't get her fingers unstuck from the keys! 



JACQUES GONDEAU 
Jack 

CHRISTOPHER GORDON 

Chris 

Wrestling 10,11,12; Soccer 11,12; Science 

Seminar 10; Choir 10,11,12. 

DARYL GORDON 

Eucuyo 12; NHS 11,12; Euclidian 12; Sur- 
vey 12. 



LUCILLE GRABINSKI 

Lou 

Not Pictured. 

Cosmetology 11,12. 

PAULA GRAY 

PAUL GREGORC 

Voc. Machine Shop 11,12. 



GLENN GREGRICH 
Beastial 

PETER GRIESMER 
Pete 

SANDRA GROSS 

Sandy 

Spirits 12; Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

STEPHEN GRUBAR 
Steve 



194 




Al Totarella, Rich Wiltrout, and Doug Koester: Three wild and crazy guys! Richard A. Gundelach 



Sunita Gupta 




Jackolette Hall 



Renee Hall 



Karen Halliday 



Leah Halus 





DEBORAH C. GRUBB 


CHRISTOPHER HALE 


WILLIAM HALL 




Debbie 


Chris 


Bill 




NHS 11,12; Girls' Chorus 10; Junior Class 


Not Pictured. 






11; Senior Class 12; Softball 11; Choral Mas- 




JAMES HALLER 




ters 11,12; Ski Club 11; Powder Puff, Gold 


JACKOLETTE HALL 


Jim 




12. 


Moose 

Concert Band 10; Symphonic Wind Ensem- 


Not Pictured. 




DANIEL GUARINO 


ble 11; Marching Band 10,11; Powder Puff, 


KAREN HALLIDAY 




Dan 


Blue 12; Senior Class 12. 


Swim Leader 10,11; Hockey Aide 11; Pow 
der Puff, Blue 12. 




RICHARD A. GUNDELACH 


RENEE HALL 






Rich 


Spirits 10,11; Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Mas- 


LEAH HALUS 






ters 11,12; Investment Club 12; Powder Puff, 


Swim Leader 11; Gym Leader 11. 




SCJNITA GUPTA 


Gold 12; Big Show 11. 






Junior Class 1 1 ; Science Seminar 1 1 ; Senior 








Class 12; Student Council 12; NHS 12; Li- 


ROBERT HALL 






brary Aide 1 1. 


Bob 

Not Pictured. 

195 





PATRICIA HANN 



BERNADETTE HANNAN 
Bernie 

Voc. Clerk Typist, Secretary 11, Vice Presi- 
dent 12; Ad Club 12; Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

LINDA HANSEN 

Varsity Cheerleader, Captain 12; JV Cheer- 
leader 11; Varsity Chorale 12; Choral Mas- 
ters 11,12; Student Council 12; Big Show 1 1 ; 
Swim Leader 11; Girls' Chorus 10; Spirits 
10,11,12. 

CAROL SUE HANSON 

Carol Sue 

Sophomore Class Co-Chairman 10; Junior 

Class Cabinet 11; Senior Class Cabinet 12 

PA Announcements 12; Student Council 12 

Spirits, Chairman 12; Sr. Talent Night 12 

Tennis 10,11,12; NHS 11,12; Fall Play Crew 



1 1 ; Winter Play Crew 11,1 2; Big Show Crew 
11,12; GLC 11,12, Executive Board 1 2; Pow- 
der Puff, Blue 12; IQS 11,12; Euclidian 
10,11,12, Photographer 11,12, Photo Editor 
12; Survey 10,11,12, Photographer 
10,11,12, Tri-Editor 12. 

JOSEPH HARBERT 
Joe, Hobbit 

JV Baseball 10; Sophomore Class Cabinet 
10; Junior Class Cabinet 11; NHS 11,12; Sur- 
vey 11,12; Science Seminar 10. 

SHARON HARTH 

J.B. 

Ad Club 11,12; Hockey Aide 11; DCT 12; 

Powder Puff, Gold 12; Student Secretary 12; 

Senior Class 12. 

ANTHONY HARWOOD 



PATRICIA ANNE HASTINGS 

Patty 

DCT 12; Big Show Orchestra 11; Orchestra 

10,11; Swim Leader 10,11; String Gendos 

10,11,12. 

AUGUST HAUPT 

Augie 

Key Club 10; Ski Club 12; Investment Club 

12. 

SUZANNE HAUSEN 
Sue 

MARIA HAYES 
Not Pictured. 

PATRICIA HAYES 
Patty 

JV Basketball 10; Investment Club 12; Pow- 
der Puff, Blue 12; Senior Class 12. 




Carol Sue Hanson 



Joseph Harbert 



Sharon Harth 



Euclid's fall fashions on display. 





Anthony Harwood Patricia Anne Hastings August Haupt 



Suzanne Hausen 



Patricia Hayes 



196 



WANDA HAYES 
Not Pictured. 

DEBORAH LEE HEGEDUS 
Hedge 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Sen- 
ior Class 12; JV Volleyball 10; Varsity Volley- 
ball 11,12; QLC 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

DANIEL HEGLAW 

Dan 

Voc. Automotives 11,12. 

GEORGE HEIMBERGER 
Not Pictured. 



NANCY J. HEIMSOTH 

Heimy 

Track Aide 10; Ad Club 10,11; Powder Puff 

12. 

ROBIN HENRY 

NOREEN HERNAN 

Majorette Club 10,11,12; Majorette 11,12, 

Captain 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Ad Club 

12. 

DAVID HERSHEY 

Dave 

Marching Band 10,11; Symphonic Wind En 

semble 10,11; Orchestra 10. 

NAOMI H1GAKI 

Survey 11,12; Junior Class Cabinet, Treasur- 
er 11; NHS 11,12; Science Seiminar 11; 
Sophomore Class 10. 



DANIEL HIMMELMAN 

Shorty 

Key Club 10; NHS 11,12; Ski Club 11,12; 

Investment Club 12. 

THOMAS HINK 

Tom 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Concert Band 

10,11; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 12; Sr. 

Talent Night 12. 

KENNETH HLEBAK 

K.C. 

Choral Masters 10,11,12. 

JOHN HOFFART 




Robbie Rackar, Jackie Zorko, and Carol Hanson: The 
Survey's mobile reporter unit. 



Thomas Hink 



Kenneth Hlebak 



John Hoffart 



197 



LAUREN HOFFERT 
Not Pictured. 

MAZDA HOJJATOLLAHI 
Not Pictured. 

DEBRA HOLCKNECHT 

Debbie 

Hockey Aide 11,12; Powder 

Puff 12; Investment Club 12. 

NATHAN J. HOLLAND 
Sophomore Class 10; Senior 
Class 12; Euclidian 10; 
Wrestling 10,11. 

SHARON HOLLAND 
Data Processing 11,12; Sur- 
vey, Asst. Manager 12; Girls' 
Chorus 10. 



CHRISTOPHER 
HOLMBERG 

RUTH HOMMEL 
Wrestling Aide 10; Girls' 
Chorus 10; Choral Masters, 
Accomp. 1 1,12; Varsity Cho- 
rale, Accomp. 12; Powder 
Puff 12; Big Show Orchestra 
11,12; Fall Play 12. 

JUDITH A. HORNUNG 
Judy 

Girls' Chorus 10; Choral 
Masters 11,12; Varsity Cho- 
rale 11,12; Swim Leader 1 1 ; 
Swim Timer 1 1. 

CHRISTY HORVATH 
Marching Band 10,11; Sci 
ence Seminar 10; Senior 
Class 12; Euclidian 12; Pow- 
der Puff, Gold 12; Powder 
Puff Band 1 0, 1 1 ; Investment 
Club 12. 

JOSEPH HRIBAR 
Joe 

RICHARD HROBAT 

RICHARD HRWATZKI 

Rick 

MARK HUGHES 
Key Club 10,11, Class Re- 
presentative 1 1. 

MARY JO HULIN 
Sophomore Class 10; Girls' 
Chorus 10; Choral Masters 
11,12; Track Aide 1 1; Pow- 
der Puff 12. 




Debra Holcknecht 



Nathan J. Holland 



Sharon Holland 



9 1 *£ 
Christopher Holmberg 




Mark Hughes 



TJ Theodore, Paul Calabrese, and Ross Campensa: 
The butcher, the baker, and the candlestick eater. 



198 




Judy Hasse and Tom Spiessberger enjoy Euclid's 
night life. 



Marian lannicca 



David Ice 




Karen A. Johnson 



ROSEMARIE HUNTER 

Roe 

Choral Masters 12; Wai Na- 

polo 12. 

NICOLETTE 1AFELICE 

INiki 

Girls' Chorus 10; Choral 

Masters 11,12; Powder Puff, 

Blue 12. 

MARIAN IANN1CCA 

MK 

Commercial Art 11,12. 

DAVID ICE 
Soccer 10,11,12. 

AMY JAKLICH 

SALLY JASKA 

Chubbs 

Basketball 10,11; Marching 

Band 10,11,12; Symphonic 

Wind Ensemble 12; Concert 

Band 10,11; Powder Puff, 

Blue 12; Softball 11. 

TERI JAMNIK 
Powder Puff 12. 

JOSEPHINE JARC 
Josie, Jo 

Sophomore Class 10; Volley- 
ball 10,11; Swim Leader 
10,11,12; Euclidian 11; Ju- 
nior Class Cabinet 1 1 ; Senior 
Class Cabinet 12; Pink Pan- 
thers 11,12; Close-Up 11,12; 
Student Council 12; NHS 
11,12, Secretary 12; Powder 
Puff, Gold 12. 

MILENA JARC 
Milli 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior 
Class Cabinet 11; Pink Pan- 
thers 11,12; Volleyball 
10,11; Swim Leader 
10,11,12; Euclidian 11; Cho- 
ral Masters 12; Powder Puff, 
Gold 12; Close-Up 11,12; 
Senior Class Cabinet 12; 
NHS 11,12; Student Council 
12. 

JOSEPH B. JENKO 

Bruno 

Ski Club 11,12; Investment 

Club 12. 

BRENDA ANN JOHNSON 

Bren 

Not Pictured. 

DONNA JOHNSON 

DE 11,12, Vice President 12; 

Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

EARMON JOHNSON 
Not Pictured. 

KAREN A. JOHNSON 
Sophomore Class 10; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12; 
Swim Leader 1 1; Swim Tim- 
er 11,12; Student Council 
12; Sr. Talent Night 12; 
Girls' Chorus 10; Choral 
Masters 11,12; Varsity Cho- 
rale 12; Big Show 11,12; Fall 
Play 12. 




Cynthia A. Just 



Lawrence E. Kaifesh 



George Kamposek 



Timothy Kaselonis 



KENNETH R. JOHNSON 
Hot Dog 

Stage Band 10,11; JV Swimming 10,11; 
Swim Leader 11; Marching Band 10,11,12; 
Concert Band 10,11; Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 12; Tennis 10,11,12; Big Show 10. 

ALAN JONES 

Investment Club 12; Ski Club 12. 

DOUGLAS JONES 

DWAYNE JONES 

Chip 

Not Pictured. 



STEVEN JONES 

Steve 

Crosscountry 10,11,12; Indoor Track 10,11; 

Outdoor Track 10,11. 

DENISE JORDAN 
Nee 

Student Secretary 11,12; Pink Panthers 
10,11,12, President 11,12; NHS 11,12; Soc- 
cer Aide, Manager 10,11,12; Powder Puff, 
Gold 12; Investment Club 12; Spirits 
10,1 1,12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 
11; Senior Class 12; Survey Business Staff 
12 

SHIRLEY JUE 

Student Secretary 11; Pink Panthers 12; 

NHS 11,12; Investment Club 12. 



CYNTHIA A. JUST 
Cindy, C.J. 

Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters 11; Sopho- 
more Class 10; Junior Class 1 1 ; Senior Class 
12; Spirits 11,12; Swim Timers 11,12; Girls' 
Swim Team Manager 11, Investment Club 
12; Ad Club 12; Swim Leader 1 1 ; Office Aide 
12. 

SHAWN JUSTUS 

JOHN KAERCHER 
Not Pictured. 

LAWRENCE E. KAIFESH 
Fish 

Basketball 10; Student Council 12; Invest- 
ment Club 12; Powder Puff, Gold Coach 12. 

GEORGE KAMPOSEK 

TIMOTHY KASELONIS 



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Dave Sceranka enjoys the new pool tables in the E room 



Kelly M. Kirchmeir 



DANIEL J. KASTEL1C 
DENNIS KEHN 
DANIEL KEITH 



ELLEN KESSLER 

Powder Puff 12; Euclidian 11,12; Choral 
Masters 12; Ski Club 10,11,12; Student 
Council 121 Sophomore Class 10; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12; Swim Leader 11; 
NHS 11,12. 



LORIJEAN K1MURA 

Lori 

Lab Assistant 11; Eucuyo 12; Survey 12; 

Investment Club 12. 

CHRISTOPHER KING 

HOLLY KING 

Wai Napolo 10,11,12; Swim Leader 11,12; 
Investment Club 12; Cheerleader 11; Powder 
Puff, Gold 12. 



JAMES KINNEY 
Not Pictured. 



KELLY M. KIRCHMEIR 
Powder Puff, Gold 12. 



ANDRE KIRKLAND 
Not Pictured. 



MARION KLCJN 



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DOUGLAS KOESTER 

Doug, Shag 

Football 10,11; Wrestling 10,11,12. 

KENNETH KOHAGEN 
Ken 



RONALD KNAGS 




Soccer 10; NHS 11,12. 


Ron 


MICHAEL KOBE 




Football 10,11,12. 


Marching Band 10; Concert Band 10; Com 
puter Club 12. 


CHRISTOPHER KOLLEDA 


DONALD KNIFIC 




FRANK KONCAR 


Marching Band 10; Concert Band 10,11; Sci- 


HEIDI KOCH 




ence Seminar 11; Senior Class 12. 


Student Secretary 11; COE 12 


EDWARD KONCHAN 




Frank Koncar 



Edward Konchan 



The talking heads. 



202 



KIMBERLY KONET 

Pooky Bear 

Not Pictured. 

Choir 10; Senior Class 12. 

DEBORAH KONRAD 
Debi 

JEFFREY KOOSER 

Kooz 

Spirits 12; Baseball 10,11,12; Basketball 

10,11,12, Co-Capt. 12; NHS 11,12. 

CRAIG KORDIC 

Basketball 10; Baseball 10; Investment Club 

12. 



GEORGENE KORMOS 

Ginger 

Euclidian 10; Sophomore Class 10; Junior 

Class 11; Choral Masters 11,12; Ad Club 

11,12; Survey 11,12; Big Show 11; Eucuyo 

Art Editor 12; Varsity Chorale 12. 

DANIEL KOSTAN 

Indoor Track 10,11,12; Outdoor Track 

10,11,12; Cross Country 11. 

KATE KOTAR 

Voc. Stenography 11,12, President 11. 

RONALD F. KOTAR 

Foots, Sasquach 

Survey 10,11,12; JV Baseball 10; IQS 11,12. 



JOHN KOVALEC 
Not Pictured. 



DIANA KOWALEWSKI 
OWE 11,12. 



RICHARD KOZICH 




Daniel Kostan 



Ronald F. Kotar 



Diana Kowalewski 



Richard Kozich 



203 



VICKI JEAN KRCAL 
Voc. Stenography 11,12, 

STANLEY KRULC 

Stan 

JV Basketball 10; Com- 

pueter Club 11,12; Science 

Seminar 11,12; Powder Puff 

Cheerleader 12. 

ANNA KRYSIAK 

Annie 

Hockey Aide 10,11; Powder 

Puff 12; Office Aide 11. 

RGTHANNE KUBIK 
Fanny 

Concert Band 10; Symphon- 
ic Wind Ensemble 11; Ski 
Club 11; Majorette Club 
10,11,12; Majorette 
10,11,12, Captain 12; Senior 
Class 12. 

SANDRA KUCERA 

CHRISTINE A. KCJCMANIC 

Chris 

Sophomore Class 10; Pink 

Panthers 10; Junior Class 

11; Ski Club 11; Student 

Council 12; Euclidian 12. 

STEPHEN KCIRRENT 
Steve 

NHS 11,12; Marching Band 
10,11,12, President 12; 
Stage Band 10,11,12; Pep 
Band 10; Big Show Orches- 
tra 10,11,12; Orchestra 
10,11; Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 11,12; Sr. Talent 
Night 11,12; Fall Play 11,12; 
Winter Play 11,12; Media 
Aides 10,11,12. 

BETH A. LAH 
Buzz 

JOSEPH LANESE 
Not Pictured. 

BETH A. LAUFER 
B.A., Nancy Drew 
Student Council 12; Spirits 
10,11,12; Ski Club 11,12; 
Swim Leader 10,11; Swim 
Timer 11,12; Ad Club 11,12; 
Powder Puff 12; Sophomore 
Class 10; Junior Class 11; 
Senior Class Cabinet 12; Of- 
fice Aide 12. 

KEITH LAWRENCE 




Stanley Krulc 



Karen Nainiger is going to pass Math Analysis if it kills her. 




Anna Krysiak 



Ruthanne Kubik 



Sandra Kucera 



Christine A. Kucmanic 




Stephen Kurrent 



Beth A. Lah 



Beth A. Laufer 



Keith Lawrence 



204 





Mark Lawyer 



Ronald Ledger 



Susan A. Legan 



Sharon M. Lent 




Terry Smiddy assists one of the younger members in her Vocational Child Care 
class. 



Lisa Littleton 



MARK LAWYER 
Rookie 

Stage Band 10,11,12; Or- 
chestra 10,11,12; Symphon- 
ic Wind Ensemble 11,12; 
Pep Band 11; Big Show Or- 
chestra 11; Marching Band 
12. 

ROMALD LEDGER 
Ron 

SUSAN A. LEGAN 

Sue 

Choral Masters 11,12; Eu- 

cuyo 11; Powder Puff 12; 

Senior Class 12. 

LARI LEMASTERS 
Not Pictured. 
Swim Team 12. 

KATHY LEMPLAR 
Not Pictured. 
Powder Puff 12. 

SHARON M. LENT 
Cosmetology 11,12; Swim 
Aide 10. 

SUSAN L. LEONHARDT 

Sue 

Wrestling Aide 10,11; Office 

Aide 12. 

CHARLENE LEVENO 

JANICE LEXA 

THOMAS LIDDY 

Tom 

Varsity Chorale 11,12. 

HELEN LINANE 

OEA 11,12, Vice President 

12. 

LISA LITTLETON 
Voc. Accounting 11,12. 



205 




Kathleen Ludvik 



Richard Lusky 



Helene Lusoski 



Denise Jordan has had a hard day. 



ROGER LOHREY 



DAVID LOMBARDO 



GORDON LUCE 



NANCY LOMBARDI 

Wrestling Cheerleader 10; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 11; Spirits 10,11; Jr. Stenography, 
Treasurer 11; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 



MICHELLE LONCHAR 

Wooly Bear 

Gymnastics 10; Diving Team 10,11,12; Ad 

Club 1 1; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Senior Class 

12; Bowling Club 12; Swim Timer 11. 

PHILIP LONG 
Not Pictured. 

ANTHONY LOVANO 



KATHLEEN LUDVIK 

Kathy 

Voc. Stenography, President 11,12. 

KEITH M. LGDWIG 
Not Pictured. 
COE 12. 

RICHARD LGSKY 
Rich 



NANCY LOWE 
GARY LGCARELLI 



HELENE LUSOSKI 

Senior Class 12; Euclidian 11; Key Club 10; 

Student Council 10,11,12; Powder Puff, Gold 

12. 



206 




Theresa A. Mackanos 



Denise Anne Madison 



Michele Maggio 



Deron Malenda 



Kenneth Malito 



THERESE ANNE LGTHER 
Anne 

THOMAS B. LYNCH 

Tom 

Football 10; Indoor Track 10,12; Track 

10,11,12. 

MICHAEL MACDERMOTT 

Mickey 

Ski Club 10,11,12; Track 11. 

RICHARD MACHINE 
Rick 



THERESA A. MACKANOS 
Mac 

NHS 11,12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12; Student Council 
12;GLC, Board Member 11,12; Girls' Varsity 
Tennis 10,11,12; Girls' JV Basketball 10; 
Girls' Varsity Basketball, TriCapt. 11,12; 
Softball 10,11,12. 

DENISE ANNE MADISON 

Dee Dee 

Office Aide 10,11. 



MICHELE MAGGIO 



ANTHONY MAJEWSKI 
Not Pictured. 



DERON MALENDA 
Dero 



KENNETH MALITO 
Ken 



207 



LAUREL MALONE 

Laurie 

Gymnastics 10; Ski Club 12; Choral Masters 

11,12; Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

KERRY MAMASSA 

Football 10,11,12; Track 10,1 1. 

RACHEL A, MANN 

Office Aide 11.12; Voc. Clerk Typists 11,12; 

Investment Club 12. 



JACQUELINE MARINCIC 

Jackie 

Student Secretary 11,12. 

EDWARD MARINKOV 

Butch 

JV Baseball 10; Varsity Baseball 11,12; JV 

Football 10; Varsity Football 11,12. 

MARY ELLEN MARKS 

Key Club 1 0; Choir 10; Office Aide 1 1 : Cho- 
ral Masters 11,12. 



JOHN A. MAROLI 

The Bird 

Varsity Baseball 10,11,12; Powder Puff 

Coach, Gold 12 

CONNIE MARSH 

Swim Timer 11,12; Girls' Swim Team 11,12. 

ROBERT MARTIN 

Bob 

Marching Band 10,1 1,12; Pep Band, Director 

12; Stage Band 10,11,12. 




Rachel A. Mann 



Jacqueline Marincic 



Jim McChancy hates to be interrupted when he's working. 




Edward Marinkov 



Mary Ellen Marks 



John A. Maroli 



Connie Marsh 



Robert Martin 



208 



SHARON MARTIN 

Spirits 10; Student Secretary 10,11,12; Sen- 
ior Class 12. 

SABRINA MARTINAK 
Bree 

Wai Napolo 11,12; Survey 10,11,12; Eucli- 
dian 10; Spirits 11,12; NHS 11,12; Sopho- 
more Class 1 0; Junior Class 1 1 ; Senior Class 
12; Science Seminar 10,11. 

JOSEPH MARTINEZ 
Not Pictured. 

NORMA MARTINEZ 

RAYMOND MARTINEZ 
Not Pictured. 



HELEN C. MARVIN 

Doc 

Horesmanship Club 10; Cosmetology 1 1,12. 

BORIS MASERA 

JOSEPH MASSARO 

Joe 

Baseball 11,12; Basketball 10; Spirits 11.12; 

Powder Puff Coach 12. 

ANN MASTERSON 

Annie 

Euclidian 11,12, Faculty Editor 12; NHS 

11,12; Choral Masters 11,12; Girls' Chorus 

10; Student Secretary 10,11. 



JEANNE L. MATUCH 

Bean 

Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters 1 1,12; Wai 

Napolo 10; Wrestling Cheerleader 11; Big 

Show 11; Senior Class 12; Student Council 

12; Spirits 10,11,12; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

SUSAN MAGSER 

Majorette Club 10; Majorette 10; Tennis 11; 

Swim Leader 11; Library Aide 11; Ski Club 

12. 




Jackie Moore strikes a pose for Mrs. Wiersba's art class. 



Jeanne L. Matuch 



Susan Mauser 



209 



BARRY MAXWELL 
Baseball 10; Powder Puff 
Coach 12. 

DAVID MAYS 

Dave 

Soccer 10; Investment Club 

12. 

SCOTT McCANCE 
Not Pictured. 
Hockey 10. 

JAMES McCHANCY 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
11,12; Stage Band 10,11,12; 
Marching Band 10,11,12; 
Survey 10,11,12. 

MAUREEN McGILL 

DEBORAH L. McGINLEY 
Powder Puff 12; Ski Club 
11,12. 

DAVID McGraw 
Soccer 10,1 1. 

COLLEEN McKENNA 
Kelly 

WILLIAM McKENZIE 



MARILYN MECHLE 

Marty 

Ski Club 10,11. 

SUSAN MEGLICH 
Tennis 10,11,12; Track 10; 
Sophomore Class 10; Pow- 
der Puff, Blue 12; Swim Tim- 
er 11; Swim Leader 10,11; 
Spirits 12; Student Council 
12; Sr. Talent Night 12. 




Deborah L. McGinley 



David McGraw 



Colleen McKenna 



William McKenzie 




Marilyn Mechle 




Susan Meglich 




Mrs. Black's smiles always attract a crowd. 



210 




Earth to Mars; Earth to Mars. Come in Mars. 



Diana Meyenberg 



Terri Meyers 




Marcia Micale 



Anthony Mihelich 



Barbara Miller 



Michelle M. Miller 




Patricia Miller 



Sara Jane Miller 



JOSEPH E. MERSNIK, JR. 
Mers 

Student Council, Executive 
Board 12; Senior Class Cabi- 
net 12; Junior Class Cabinet 
11; Spirits 11,12; Ski Club 
11; Key Club, Treasurer 12; 
NHS 11,12, Treasurer 12; 
Sophomore Class 10; Cross 
Country 10,11,12; Track 
10,11; Indoor Track 11; Eu- 
clidian 11,12; Survey 11,12; 
Powder Puff Coach, Blue 12. 

KURT MEWS 

Cross Country 10,11,12; In- 
door Track 10. 

DIANA MEYENBERG 
Voc. Commercial Art 11,12. 

JENNIFER MEYER 
Not Pictured. 

TERRI MEYERS 

Voc. Clerk Typist 11,12, 

Secretary 12. 

MARCIA MICALE 

Voc. Commercial Art 11,12; 

Office Aide 10. 

ANTHONY MIHELICH 

Tony 

Varsity Chorale 12; Fall Play 

12; Big Show 11. 

BARBARA MILLER 

MICHELLE M. MILLER 
Wai Napolo 10,11,12, Trea- 
surer 11, Vice-President 12; 
Student Council 12; Senior 
Class 12; NHS 12. 

PATRICIA MILLER 

Patty 

Voc. Stenography 11,12. 

SARA JANE MILLER 
Sa Mi 

Girls' Chorus 10; Choral 
Masters 11,12; Girls' Swim 
Team 11; Senior Class 12; 
Student Council 12. 

DANE E. MILLHOF 
Ed 

PATRICIA MINICH 
Patty 



Dane E. Millhof 



Patricia Minich 



211 




Barbara Moeller 



John R. Monacelli 



Bob Penicka's hardly thrilled by Anne Shilander's latest joke. 




Jacqueline J. Morabito 



Sandra Morgan 



Timothy Moriarty 



Sandra R. Mulligan 



Howard Myers 



MICHAEL MOCNY 

Mike 

Investment Club 12. 

TIMOTHY MOCNY 

Tim 

Ski Club 10,11. 

BARBARA MOELLER 
Barb 

Girls' Swim Team 10,11,12; Swim Leader 
10,11; Euclidian 10; Track Aide 10; Sopho- 
more Class 1 0; Junior Class 1 1 ; Senior Class 
Cabinet 12; Student Council, Executive 
Board 12; Ad Club 12; Wai Napolo 12; NHS 
11,12; Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters 
11,12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Letterman Club 
11,12; Spirits 10,11,12. 



JOHN R. MONACELLI 
COE, Treasurer 12. 

JACQUELINE J. MORABITO 
Jackie 

AFS 10; Fall Play 10,11,12; Winter Play 
10,11,12; Big Show 10,11,12; Swim Timer 
10,1 1,12, Tri-Capt. 12; Junior Class 11; Sen- 
ior Class 12; Choral Masters 11,12; Varsity 
Chorale 12; Ski Club 11,12;; Ad Club 11,12; 
NHS 11,12; Student Secretary 11,12; Swim 
Leader 12; Powder Puff, Announcer 12; Sr. 
Talent Night 12; PA Announcer 11,12. 

SANDRA MORGAN 
Sandy 

NHS 11,12, President 12, Debate 10,11, Vice- 
President 11; Ski Club 10,11,12; Student 
Council 12; Junior Class Cabinet 11 



TIMOTHY MORIARTY 

Tim 

Football 10,11,12, Captain 12. 

SANDRA R. MULLIGAN 

Sandy 

Office Aide 10; Voc. Commercial Art 11,12. 

CHRISTOPHER MUNICI 
Not Pictured. 
DCT 12. 

DEBORAH MURRAY 
Not Pictured. 

HOWARD MYERS 

How 

Baseball, Manager 11; Spirits 10. 



212 




Euclid's answer to Charlie's Angels. 



Debra Nemerovsky 



Susan Nemeth 



ROSALBA NACINOVICH 
Rosie 

Ad Club 10,11,12; Sophomore Class 10; Ju- 
nior Class Cabinet 11; Track Aide 10; Swim 
Timer 10; NHS 11,12; Student Secretary 12; 
Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

JCJLIANNE NAGODE 

Julie 

Fall Play 10,1 1,12; Winter Play 10,11,12; Big 

Show 10,1 1,12; Ski Club 1 1,12; Swim Timer 

10,11,12; NHS 11,12; Student Secretary 

11,12; Ad Club 10,11,12; Euclidian 10; AFS 

10; Choral Masters 11,12. 



KAREN NAINIGER 

Girls' Volleyball 10,11,12; Girls' Basketball 
10,1 1,12; Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 
11; Senior Class 12; Student Council 12; 
Powder Puff 12. 

PATRICIA NARO 

Patty 

Homecoming Sohpomore Attendant 10; DE 

Merchandising, President 12; Powder Puff 

12. 

CHARLES NEFF 
Chip 



DEBRA NEMEROVSKY 
Nemo 

SUSAN NEMETH 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Concert Band 10; 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11,12; Band Li- 
brarian 11,12; Survey 10,11; Euclidian 
10,11,12, Underclass Editor 11, Senior Edi- 
tor 12; 1QS 11,12; NHS 11,12; Key Club 10; 
Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 11; Sen- 
ior Class 12; Big Show Orchestra 11,12; Or- 
chestra 12; Powder Puff, Gold 12; Spirits 12. 



MICHAEL A. NAGODE 

Mike 

JV Football 10; Senior Class 12. 



EDWARD NEIMAN 

Ed 

Football 12. 



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GARY NOCISEK 












Nooch 










EDWARD NOLES 


SUSAN NOVOTNY 










Ed 


Suzy-Q 










Wrestling 10,11,12; Choral Masters 


Not Pictured. 










10,11,12; Varsity Chorale 12; Powder Puff 












Referee 12. 


MARSHA E. NOVAK 
Powder Puff, Gold 12. 


TIMOTHY NEUMANN 








NANCY NORDMAN 




Not Pictured. 








Nesh 

Girls' Swim Team 10,11,12; Swim Leader 


SCISAN NUNNALLY 

Voc. Child Care 11,12; Hero Club 12; Choir 


BRADLEY NEWCOMB 








11,12; Choir 10,11. 


10. 


Brad 












Football 10; Basketball 10. 








LACIRELEI NORTON 
Laurie 


EILEEN O'BRIEN 


DAVID NICHTING 








Junior Class 11; Choral Masters 1 1,12; Varsi- 


THOMAS O'BRIEN 


Football 10,11,12, Captain 




2; 


Hockey 


ty Chorale 12; Student Council 12; Eucuyo 




10,11,12, Captain 12; NHS 


11 


12; 


Powder 


11; Big Show 1 1 ,12; Fall Play 12; Girls' Choir 


MARJORIE O'DONNELL 


Puff Cheerleader 12; Survey 


1 1 


,12 




10. 


Maggie 




Eileen O'Brien 



Thomas O'Brien 



Marjorie O'Donnell 



Karen Johnson can't take it any more. 



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CHARLOTTE OLSON 

Char 

Not Pictured. 

Swim Leader 12. 

CYNTHIA L. OREHEK 

Cindy 

Wai Napolo 10; Tennis 10; Sophomore Class 

10; Ski Club 10,11,12; Majorette Club 

10,11,12; Majorette 11,12; Ad Club 11,12 

NHS 11,12; Student Council 12; Senior Class 

12; Spirits 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

AGNES ORTMAN 
Powder Puff 12. 



RENEE Y. OSBORNE 

Track Aide 10; Spirits 10,11,12; Girls' Cho- 
rus 10; Big Show 11,12; Choral Masters 
11,12; Ad Club 10,11,12; Senior Class 12; 
Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

JULIET A. OTCASEK 

Julie 

Powder Puff, Gold 12; Girls' Swim Team 10; 

Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters 11,12; Big 

Show 11,12; Spirits 10,11,12; Senior Class 

Cabinet 12; Student Council 12; Ad Club 12. 

MATTHEW OWEN 



PAUL OWEN 

ANDREA LYNN OWENS 

Andie 

Not Pictured. 

Spirits 10; Student Secretary 12. 

DON OWENS 

SUSAN PAHLE 

JANE E. PALINKAS 

Wai Napolo 10,11, Secretary 11; Investment 

Club 12; Pink Panthers 12; DCT 12. 




Anyone for a sock ■ hop? 



Renee Y. Osborne 



Juliet A. Otcasek 




Jane E. Palinkas 



DIMITRIUS PAPARIZOS 

Jim 

Not Pictured. 

Soccer 11,12. 

LOUISE A. PARDI 
Not Pictured. 

Swim Timer 10,11,12; Ad 
Club 12; Ski Club 12; Home- 
coming Attendant 12; Big 
Show Student Director 
11,12; Pink Panthers 10; 
Spirits 10,11,12. 

MICHAEL G. PARDUE 

CHRISTOPHER PARKER 
Dirty Burt 

PAMELA PARKER 
Pooh 

Wai Napolo 10,11,12; Soc- 
cer Aide 11,12; Swim Team 
12; Junior Class Cabinet 1 1 ; 
Sophomore Class 10; Pow- 
der Puff 12; Hero Club 
11,12, 

KIMBERLY PARSONS 
Blonde Bomber 

CHRISTINE PATE 
Concert Band 1 1 . 

JOHN J. PAVIS 

CATHERINE PEDONE 

Cathy 

Girls' Tennis 10,11; Choir 

10; GAA 10,11. 

ROBERT A PENICKA 
Bob 

JV Football 10; Varsity Foot- 
ball 11,12; Concert Band 10; 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
11; Stage Band 10; Student 
Council 12; Investment Club 
12. 

CHRISTINE PERKO 

Chris 

Voc. Art 11,12. 

LOUISE PERRYMAN 
Spirits 10; Office Aide 11; 
JV Football and Basketball 
Cheerleading 10; Varsity 
Cheerleader 11,12, Captain 
12; GLC 11. 




Christopher Parker 



Carol Hanson and Julie Skur play mind games. 




Pamela Parker 



Kimberly Parsons 



Christine Pate 



John J. Pavis 




Catherine Pedone 



Robert A. Penicka 



Christine Perko 



Louise Perryman 



216 





Diane Perusek 



Robert Perusek 



Regina Petraska 




Cerino Poplstein 



How about loaning me your ID? 



DIANE PERUSEK 
Girls' Chorus 10; Wai Ma- 
polo 11; Student Secretary 
11; Powder Puff, Gold 12. 

ROBERT PERUSEK 

Bob 

Metal Shop 10,11,12. 

TINA PETITTO 
Cosmetology 11,12. 

REGINA PETRASKA 

EDWARD PETRIC 

JAMES PEVEC 
Chimaye 
Investment Club 12. 

JANET PHILLIPS 
Choral Masters, Secretary 
11; Girls' Chorus 10; COE, 
President 12. 

MARIO PINJUH 

Mar, Pinny 

Choir 10; Voc. Accounting 

11,12; Baseball Manager 

10,11,12; Investment Club 

12. 

FRANK PLESKO 
Concert Band 10,11,12. 

JOSEPH PLESNICAR 
Not Pictured. 

CERINO POPLSTEIN 

Reno 

Wrestling 10, 11,12. 



217 





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t 4'ii 




Wanda Popovic 



Jeffrey Potokar 



Timothy Potokar 



^K 



Ferolyn Powell 





i 






John Pritchard 



Senior spirits. 



WANDA POPOVIC 
Cosmetology 11,12. 

JEFFREY POTOKAR 

Jeff 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class Cabinet 

11; NHS 11,12; Ski Club 12. 

TIMOTHY POTOKAR 

Tim 

JV Football 10; Track 10; Sophomore Class 

Cabinet 10; Junior Class Cabinet 11; Senior 

Class Cabinet 12; Ski Club 12; Survey 12; 

Varsity football 11,12. 



FEROLYN POWELL 

Survey Business Staff 10; Volleyball 11,12; 
Softball 10,11,12; Spirits 10; Senior Class 
12; Marching Band 10; Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 10; Powder Puff, Gold 12; Ski Club 
11,12; GLC 11; NHS 11,12; PA Announcer 
12; Sr. Talent Night 12. 

JOHN POWELL 

Swim Team 10,11,12; Ski Club 11; 

KEVIN PRINT 
Football 10,11,12. 



GREGORY PRITCHARD 

Greg 

Investment Club 12. 

JOHN PRITCHARD 
Pritch 

ROBERT PRIZZI 
Priz, Bird 

JV. Basketball 10; Varsity Basketball 11; In- 
door Track 10,11,12, Co-Capt. ll.Capt. 12; 
Outdoor Track 10.11,12, Co-Capt. 11. Capt. 
12; Euclidian 11,12; Spirits 10.11. 



218 





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Trick or treat! 



Patricia Purvis 



Gregory Pyle 




Roberta Rackar 



Michael Radmanic 



>/- 1 

Vera Radosevic 



Vitomir Raguz 



CHERYL POLAR 

Gymnastics 10; Commercial Art 11,12. 

CARL PUNGERCHAR 

JV Football 10; Varsity Football 11,12; Varsi- 
ty Baseball 10,11,12. Captain 12 

PATRICIA PURVIS 
Patty, TCBA 

Sophomore Class 10; Junior Class 1 1 ; Ad 
Club 12; NHS 11,12; Survey 10,11,12. Fea- 
ture Editor 12. 



GREGORY PYLE 

Water Polo 10,11,12, Captain 12; Swim 

Team 10,11,12, Captain 12. 

ROBERTA RACKAR 

Robbie 

Survey 10,11,12, Tri - Editor 12; Marching 

Band 10,11,12; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 

1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Debate 1 0, 1 1 ; Big Show Orchestra 

11; Library Aide 10; Key Club 10,11; NHS 

11,12; IQS 11,12. 



MICHAEL RADMANIC 
Mike 

MARK RADO 
JV Football 10. 

VERA RADOSEVIC 

VITOMIR RAGUZ 

Vito 

Soccer 11,12. 



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DONALD RANKIN 
Not Pictured. 

DOUGLAS RAWLINGS 
Doug 

Marching Band 10,1 1,12; Stage Band 1 1,12; 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11,12; Concert 
Band 10; Brass Choir 10,il; Investment Club 
12; Science Seminar 1 1; Band Quarter Mas- 
ter 12. 



CHRISTIE REDMAN 

Swim Timer 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2, Co Capt. 1 2; Powder 
Puff 12; Junior Class 11; Sophomore Class 
10; Pink Panthers 10; Ad Club 12. 

MICHAEL REED 
Soccer 10. 

MARK REEL 

DAVID REESE 

JAMES REEVES 

Jim 

Swim Leader 11; Voc. Data Processing 

11,12. 



DANIEL REICHERT 
Ski Club 10. 

DEBORAH REIDER 
Debbie 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Band Librarian 
11,12; Wai Napolo 10; Horsemanship 10; 
Swim Leader 10,11; Junior Class 1 1 ; Senior 
Class 12; Key Club 1 1,12, Sr. Representative 
12; Concert Band 10; Symphonic Wind En- 
semble 11,12; Office Aide 10,12. 

DANIEL REILLY 

Dan Casual 

Football 10,11,12; Spirits 11,12; Powder 

Puff Cheerleader 12. 




Michael Reed 



Pete Troha got his wires crossed. 




James Reeves 



Daniel Reichert 



Deborah Reider 



Daniel Reilly 



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SCOTT J. ROBASZ 



KELLY REMINICK 

Outdoor Track 10; Ski Club 11,12; Softball 

11; Powder Puff 12 

NATALIE RENDINA 

Nat 

Jr. Clerk Typist, Vice • President 11; Powder 

Puff, Blue 12. 

GEORGE RICE 



KENNETH ROBERTS 

Big Red 

Outdoor Track 10. 

RICHARD ROBERTS 

SUSAN T. ROEDER 

Sue 

Euclidian 10; Spirits 10; COE 12; Powder 

Puff, Blue 12; Office Aide 10,11. 



LAUREL ROGERS 

Lori 

Softball 11; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

JOHN G. ROSE 

Jack 

Indoor Track 10; Marching Band 10,11,12; 

Concert Band 10,11,12. 




John G. Rose 



REMEE ROSE 

COE 11,12, Vice • President 

1 1, Treasurer 12. 

AMY ROSS 
Not Pictured. 

DANIEL J. ROSS 

Dan 

Auto Shop 11.12. 

KATHY ANN ROTONDO 

Ro, Kathine 

COE, Parlimentarian 12. 

TONI MARIE ROWLAND 
Basketball 10; Euclidian 10; 
Office Aide 10.11; Spirits 
12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; 
Swim Timer 12. 

JEFFREY RUPSIC 
Jimmy 

JOHN RUPSIC 
Wrestling 10; Investment 
Club 12; Letterman 10; Spir- 
its 10,11,12. 

LEE RUSCIN 
Not Pictured. 

JACQUELINE RYDER 
Jackie 

Volleyball 10,11,12; JV Bas- 
ketball 10; Softball 10. 

GERY SABA 

MARIA SAJN 

Senior Class 12; Euclidian 
11,12; Marching Band 
10,11; Concert Band 10; 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 
11; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

NICHOLAS J. SAKACS 
Football 10,12; DCT, Presi- 
dent 12. 




Daniel J. Ross 



Kathy Ann Rotondo Toni Marie Rowland 




Glenn Gregrich is wondering if Mark Bukovec is turning into the "Incredible 
"Hulk." 



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3's Company 



Christine Salopek 




Richard Salyan 



Patricia Sansbury 



Thomas Sapatka 



Linda Sauerman 




Qregor Savernik 



Karen Saywell 



David Sceranka 



Jeffrey Schaefer 



BARBARA SALEY 
Barb 

CHRISTINE SALOPEK 
Chris 

Swim Timer 10,11; Orches- 
tra 10,11,12, President 
11,12; Big Show Orchestra 
11. 

RICHARD SALYAN 

PATRICIA SANSBCIRY 
Trish 

THOMAS SAPATKA 

LINDA SAUERMAN 
Majorette Club 10; Girls' 
Choir 10; Hockey Aide 
11,12; Choral Masters 11,12; 
Investment Club 12; NHS 
11,12; Senior Class 12. 

GREGOR SAVERNIK 
Lone Ranger 

Sophomore Class 10; Ski 
Club 10,11,12; Varsity Cho- 
rale 11,12; Investment Club 
12; Radio Club 10,11.12. 

MARK SAWYER 
Not Pictured. 

KAREN SAYWELL 

DAVID SCERANKA 

JEFFREY SCHAEFER 
Jeff 



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Andrea Schembre 



Sheron Schiller 



Brian Schrock 



Jeffrey Schroll 



Ruth Schuenemann 



GREGORY H. SCHALK 

Tip 

Survey 10,11,12, Sports Coordinator 10,11, 

Sports Editor 12; Cross Country 10,11,12; 

Basketball 10,11,12; IQS 10,11,12; Outdoor 

Track 10,11,12; Science Seminar 10,11,12; 

Spirits 10,11,12. 



WILLIAM SCHAUER 

Bill 

Ski Club 12. 



DOMINICK SCHEID 
Earl Scheib 



VALERIE SCHELL 
ANDREA SCHEMBRE 



SHERON SCHILLER 

Voc. Child Care 11,12; Hero Club 11,12. 



GREGORY SCHNEIDER 

Greg 

Not Pictured. 

BRIAN SCHROCK 

JEFFREY SCHROLL 

Jeff, Killer 

Hockey 10,11,12, Co - Captain 11. 

RUTH SCHGENEMAN 
Powder Puff, Blue 12. 



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Ken Johnson plays his Tim-Toms to Aquarius. 



Diana Shanks 



Kathleen Sheehan 



PATRICIA SCHULTZ 
Patty 

Voc. Child Care 11,12; Hero Club 11,12; Soft- 
ball 10,11,12; Volleyball 10,11; Powder Puff, 
Gold 12. 

DONATA SCHGLZ 
Donuts, Schatzie, Big "D" 
Sophomore Class 10; Office Aide 10; Ski 
Club 10,11; Junior Class 11; Student Secre- 
tary 11,12; Euclidian 11,12; NHS 11,12; AFS 
11,12; President 12; Pink Panthers 11,12; 
Swim Leader 11; Senior Class 12; Student 
Council 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Swim 
Timer 10,11,12; Boys' Swim Team Manager 
11,12. 



JACQUELINE M. SCHGLZ 
Yac 

Wrestling Aide 10; Swim Leader 11; Spirits 
10; Fall Play 11; Big Show 11; Choral Mas- 
ters 11,12; Choir 10. 

DONALD SCHWARTZ 

Don 

Not Pictured. 

DOUG P. SEBUSCH 

Hack, Busch 

Key Club 10,11,12, Secretary 12; Student 

Council 12; Junior Class 11; Spirits 11,12; 



LACJRA SELEMAN 

Girls' Chorus 10; GLC 11; Pink Panthers 11; 

Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12; Euclidian 

12. 

DENISE SELVAGGIO 
Bern 

Powder Puff, Blue 12; Choir 10; DE Mer- 
chandising 1 1,12. 

CLARENCE SENN 

DIANA SHANKS 
Diane 



KATHLEEN SHEEHAN 
Kathy 



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WILLIAM SHEGA 

Wedgie 

Voc. Automotives 10,11,12. 

EDWARD A. SHERIDAN 

Ed 

Hockey 10. 



ANNE SHILANDER 

Annie 

Swim Leader 10,11; Spirits 12; Wai Napolo 

10,11,12, President 11,12; Student Council 

12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Senior Class 12; 

NHS 11,12; Girls' Chorus 10; Choral Masters 

11.12; Office Aide 10,11,12. 

ANN SHUSKY 

JEFFREY SIDAK 
Jeff, Scrub 
Hockey 10. 



DEBORAH SIFORD 

DONNA SIM 
Cosmetology 11,12. 

ROBERT SIMICAK 

Bob 

Soccer 10,11,12; Boys' Swim Team 11,12; 

Track 11. 

LISA SIMMONS 




Robert Simicak 



Lisa Simmons 



Rose Bene, Diane Cavell, and Denise Eiermann tune in on their favorite soap. 



226 



THOMAS R. SIMON 

Simple 

Football 10,11. 

KELLY SIVERT 
Not Pictured. 



FRANK SIVILLO 
Not Pictured. 

DORIS M. SKARICA 

Pork 

Volleyball 10; Powder Puff 12; Investment 

Club 12; GAC 10,11. 



THERESE SKEDELL 

Voc. Child Care 11,12; Hero Club 11,12. 



JGLIANNE M. SKCIR 

Skur 

Big Show 10,11,12; Choral Masters 11,12; 

Varsity Chorale 11,12; Powder Puff, Blue 12; 

Senior Class Cabinet 12; Student Council, 

Executive Board 12; Track Aide 10; Spirits 

10,11,12; Ad Club 12; Sophomore Class 10; 

Fall Play 10; Euclidian 10; Swim Leader 

10,11. 



NANCY SLEDZ 
Sledz 

Volleyball 11; Powder Puff, Blue 12; Sopho- 
more Class 10, Senior Class 12; Spirits 
10,11,12; Office Aide 11; Gym Leader 12; 
GAC 10,11. 

CYNTHIA SLOVENEC 

Cindy 

Powder Puff 12. 

KAREN J. SLOVENEC 

Ad Club 12; Powder Puff, Gold 12; Ski Club 

12. 

RICHARD SMELKO 

Rick 

Hockey 10.11,12. 

THERESA SMIDDY 
Hero Club 11,12. 




Nancy Sledz 



Cynthia Slovenec Karen J. Slovenec 



Richard Smelko 



Theresa Smiddy 



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LINDA SMITH 
Smitty 

LYNN SNYDER 
Not Pictured. 
OWE 12. 

ELIZABETH SOBOCHAN 
Motor Mouth 

ROBERTA SOEDER 
Robi 

DAMIR SPANJOL 
Not Pictured. 

DAN SPENCE 

Spence 

Baseball 10,11,12. 

BRIAN SPEROFF 
Marching Band 10; Concert 
Band 10,11; Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble 12; Stage 
Band 12. 

THOMAS SP1ESSBERGER- 
EICHHORN 

AFS Student from Austria 
12; AFS 12; Soccer 12; Var- 
sity Chorale 12. 

ALEX SPIR1KAITIS 

KIM STEGH 
Steghy 

Girls' Cross Country 
10,11,12; Girls' Basketball 
11,12; Indoor Track 10; Out- 
door Track 10,11,12; Spirits 
12. 

DONALD STEIN 
Stoner 

DALE STELMACH 

Key Club 10,11,12, Vice - 

President 12. 




tf 






Elizabeth Sobochan 



Alex Spirikaitis 










Andre Kirkland is in the office so much he is going to replace Dean Martin. 




Kim Stegh 



Donald Stein 



Dale Stelmach 



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1 I I 

Margaret Stephens Cynthia Stephenson 



Lori Stevko 



Edith Stibinger 




lonna Lynne Stockdale Kimberly Strah 





Terri Stupica 



Wait until next year! 



MARGARET STEPHENS 
Margie, Spaz 

Marching Band 11,12; Con- 
cert Band 10,11,12. 

CYNTHIA STEPHENSON 

Cindy 

Horsemanship Club 10; 

Girls' Softball 11; COE 12. 

LORI STEVKO 

Shrank, Muffin 

Nurses Aide 10,11,12; Spii- 

its 10; Euclidian 10. 

EDITH STIBINGER 

Edie 

Cheerleader 10,11; Student 

Secretary 10,11,12; Big 

Show 10,11,12; Wai Napolo 

12; Swim Timer 12; Powder 

Puff 12. 

JONNA LYNNE 
STOCKDALE 

KIMBERLY STRAH 

Kim 

Volleyball 10; Majorette 

Club 10,11,12; Majorette 

1 1,12; Senior Class 12. 

KATHLEEN STRAUSS 
Kathy 

Key Club 10; Science Semi- 
nar 12. 

JAMES STUMP 

J.D. 

Golf 10,11,12; Hockey 

10,11,12; Ski Club 10,11. 

KEITH STUMPF 
DCT 12. 

TERRI STUPICA 
Stups 

Football Manager 11,12; Ad 
Club 12; Spirits 10,11,12; 
NHS 11,12; Student Secre- 
tary 10,11,12; Marching 
Band 10; Stage Band 10; 
Track Aide 10; Student 
Council ,12; Senior Class 12; 
Powder Puff, Gold 12. 



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J M I 



Sharon Synk 



Denise Szabo 



Diane Cibrik and Svet Beros mime the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. 



FRANK SC1LEN 

Buddy 

Baseball 10; Basketball 10. 

ROSEMARY SC1LKOWSKI 
Girls' Chorus 10; Spirits 10,11,12; Wrestling 
Aide 10; Ski Club 11,12; Ad Club 11,12; 
Student Council 12; Survey Business Staff 
12; Choral Masters 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 



GERALD SULLIVAN 

Jay 

Football 10,11.12. 

ROBERT SC1LLIVAN 

Ed 

Voc. Electronics 11,12. 

KAREN SUMP 
Cosmetology 11,12. 

DIANE SVIGEL 



MICHAEL SWANSON 
Mike 

SHARON SYNK 

Hermy 

Survey 11,12; Marching Band 10,11,12; 

NHS 11,12; Library Aide 10,11; Key Club 11. 

DENISE SZABO 

Dee 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Concert Band 

10,11; Symphonic Wind Ensemble 12; OEA, 

President 12; Investment Club 12. 



230 




Barry Maxwell demonstrates his painless tooth • extraction technique. 



Lee Ann Tanner 



Elizabeth Taylor 




Lisa Tekancic 



Suzanne Tekanic 




T.J. Theodore 



Duaine Thome 



EDWARD SZABRAK 

Eddie 

Indoor Track 10,11,12; Outdoor Track 

10,11,12; JV Football 10; Varsity Football 

11,12. 

MARTIN TALTY 
Marty 

Marching Band 10,11,12; Stage Band 12; In- 
vestment Club 12. 

LEE ANN TANNER 
Flee ■ bee 
Swim Leader 1 1. 



ELIZABETH TAYLOR 

Liz 

Survey Business Staff 12; Junior Class 11; 

Ad Club 11,12; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 

LISA TEKANCIC 

Pink Panthers 10; Swim Timer 10,11,12. 

SUZANNE TEKANIC 

Sue 

Swim Leader 10,11; Choral Masters 11,12; 

Hockey Aide 11,12. 



KATHLEEN TEMPLAR 

Kathy 

Powder Puff, Cold 12. 

T.J. THEODORE 
Tij 

Crosscountry 10,11,12; Wrestling 10,11,12; 
Track 10; NHS 11,12; Spirits 11,12; March- 
ing Band 10,11,12; Science Seminar 11,12; 
Symphonic Wind Ensemble 11,12. 

DUAINE THOME 



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LORI AMY THOMPSON 
I ou 

Student Council, Executive Board 10, Secre- 
tary 11, President 12; Football Aide 10; Foot- 
ball Trainer 11,12; Softball 10,11,12; Powder 
Puff, Blue 12; Key Club 12; Swim Timer 
10,11,12; Survey 10; Ad Club 11,12; Track 
Aide 10; Hockey Aide 10; NHS ll,12;Sohpo- 
more Class 10; Junior Class 1 1; Senior Class 
Cabinet 12; Spirits 10,11,12; Office Aide 
10,11; PA Announcer 11,12; GLC 11; Sr. 
Talent Night 11,12. 









ALBERT P TOTARELLA 








Dead - Eye, Tort 








JV Football 10; Varsity Football 11,12; Spir- 








its 11,12; Powder Puff Cheerleader 12; Big 








Show 11; Sr. Talent Night Stage Crew 11; 


ROBERT THOMPSON 






Student Council 12. 


Bob 








Baseball 10; Marching Ba 


id 10,11,12; Indoor 


PETER TROHA 


Track 11; Science Seminar 


11. 


Lucky Pierre 








Investment Club, President 12; Sr. Talent 


STUART THOMPSON 






Night 12; PA Announcers 12; Sophomore 


Stu 






Class 10; Junior Class 11; Euclidian 10,11. 


GREGORY THOMSON 






JOSEPH TROMMETTER 


Greg 






Joe 


SHERRY TOODLE 






TAMMY TUCCI 


She re - re Dog 






Voc. Art 11,12. 




Stuart Thompson Gregory Thomson 



Cheryl Twoey checks out this months' centerfold. 





mMd 




Sherry Toodle 



Albert P. Totarella 



Joseph Trommetter 



Tammy Tucci 



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CHERYL TWOEY 
Cheri 






JOSEPH IS. TUFT 

Joe 

Powder Puff Cheerleader 


12; 


DECA 


12. 


Metal Sculpture 10.11; Swim 
Survey 12; Pink Panthers 11; 

DAVID UCHBAR 


Team 11,12; 
Eucuyo 10. 


MICHAEL UNICK 
Mike 


MILLIE B. TURKALJ 








SCOTT W. ULLMAN 




KENNETH URAM 


SUSAN TURNER 

Sash 

Powder Puff 12. 








Key Club 10,11,12; Ski Club 
Track 11; Outdoor Track 11; 
11; Investment Club 12. 


11,12; Indoor 
Swim Leader 


Ken 

DIANNE E. UREY 




Kenneth Uram 



Dianne E. Urey 



JOSEPH CISSAI 

Joe 

PATTI VALKO 

CYNTHIA M. VALLEE 

Cindy 

Ad Club 10; Spirits 10; Girls' 

Chorus 10; Choral Masters 

11, 12; Powder Puff, Gold 

12; Student Secretary 12. 

WALTER VANCE 

Wally 

Powder Puff, Gold Coach 12. 

EDWARD VAUGHN 
Not Pictured. 

MONIKA A. VERES 
DCT, Treasurer 12. 

SANDRA VINCE 

MICHAEL A VOASE 
Mork 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; 
Outdoor Track 10. 11, 12; 
Indoor Track 10, 11, 12; 
Spirits 10. 11, 12; Key Club 
12; Gym Leader 11, 12; Pow- 
der Puff Cheerleader, Blue 
12; Voc. Commercial Art 12. 

JAMES VOHNOUT 

MARK WALTERS 
Crosscountry 10, 11, 12; In- 
door Track 10, 11, 12; Out- 
door Track 10, 11, 12; Con- 
cert Band 10; Symphonic 
Wind Ensemble 11, 12. 

LISA A WARDEINER 
Volleyball 10, 11; NHS 11, 
12; Ad Club 10, 11, 12; Gym 
Leader 11, 12; Spirits 10. 11. 

THOMONICA L WARE 
Flash 

Debate Team 10, 11, 12; 
Track 10, 11, 12; Cross 
Country 12; Powder Puff, 
Gold 12; Indoor Track 10, 
11, 12; Girls' Basketball 10. 
11. 

LINDA WARNER 
Accounting 11, 12. 

MARK WARSZAWSKI 
Voc. Electronics 11, 12. 

DEBRA WATERMAN 
Debbie 

Football Aide 10; Football 
Trainer 11, 12; Varsity Soft- 
ball 10. 11, 12; Student 
Council 10, 11, 12; Swim 
Timer 10; Survey 10; Pow- 
der Puff, Gold 12; Spirits 10, 
11, 12. 

CHRISTINE WATRAL 
Chris 




Joseph CJssai 



Cynthia M. Valle 



Monika A. Veres 



Sandra Vince 



Michael A. Voase 




Mark Walters 



Lisa A. Wardeiner Thomonica L. Ware 



Mark Warszawski 



Debra Waterman Christine Watral 



Walter Vance 




James Vohnout 




Linda Warner 




Diana Watson 



DIANA WATSON 

DE 

DECA 12. 



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Pamela Jo Whaling Kelly Michael Wilber 



David Willert 



Richard Williams 



TERRI WEBER 
Child Care 11, 12; Hero Club 
11, 12; Spirits 10, 11, 12; 
Powder Puff 12. 

DANIEL J. WEISS 
Dan 

Big Show 10, 11, 12; Choral 
Masters 10, 11, 12; Key Club 
10, 11, Lieutenant Governor 
1 1 ; Powder Puff Cheerleader 
12; Ski Club 11, 12; Spirits 
12; Varsity Chorale 12; 
Sophomore Class 10; Junior 
Class 11; Senior Class 12. 

EILEEN WELTON 
IQS 12; Varsity Choral 12; 
Choral Masters 11, 12; Ski 
Club 11, 12; Track 10, 11; 
Student Council 12; Tennis 
10, 11; Spirits 11, ^Sopho- 
more Class 10; Junior Class 
11; Senior Class 12; Eucli- 
dian 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff 
12. 

JACK WENDEL 

Voc. Automotives 10, 11, 

12. 

KARL WENDEL 

DEBBIE WESLEE 

DONNA WESLEE 

TAMARA WEST 

Tami 

Ad Club 10, 11, 12; Spirits 

10, 11, 12; Ski Club 10, 11; 
AFS 10; Science Seminar 
1 1; Student Council 12; Pow 
der Puff, Gold 12; PA An- 
nouncer 12; Sr. Talent Night 
12; Girls' Swim Team 10, 

11, 12; Swim Leader 10, 11; 
Junior Class 11; Senior 
Class 12; Marching Band 10; 
Concert Band 10; NHS 11, 
12. 

PAMELA JO WHALING 

Pam 

Spirits 11, 12; Cometology 

11, 12; Powder Puff, Gold 

12; Football Mascot 12. 

DANIEL WIEGAND 
Not Pictured. 

KELLY MICHAEL WILBER 

Otis 

Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Powder 

Puff Coach, Gold 12. 

DAVID WILLERT 

RICHARD WILLIAMS 

Rich 

Indoor Track 11; Close-tlp 

Club 11, 12; Investment 

Club 12; AV Club 12. 



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Donna Wisniewski Cynthia S. Woide 

9 



Karen Wonderly 




Denise Madison calls it a day. 




H. Scott Wright 



Joseph Yan 



Maria E. Yanko 



Victoria Yatsko 



Nena Yeckley 



ROBERT WILLIAMS 
Rob 

RAYMOND WILLR1CH 
Not Pictured. 

H. RICHARD W1LTROUT 
Rich 

JV Football 10; Varsity Foot- 
ball 11, 12; JV Basketball 
10; Varsity Baseball 10, 11. 
12. 

SANDRA WINTLE 
Sandy 

Swim Leader 10, 11; Invest- 
ment Club 12. 



DONNA WISNIEWSKI 
Brusco, Muppet 
Clerk-Typist 11, 12; OEA 11, 
12. 

CYNTHIA S. WOIDE 

Cindy Soy, White Socks, 

Di 

Girls' Chorus 12; Varsity 

Chorale 11, 12; Swim Timer 

11; Hockey Aide 10 

KAREN WONDERLY 
Childcare 11, 12; Powder 
Puff, Blue 12; Hero Club 11, 
12; Girls' Chorus 10. 



H. SCOTT WRIGHT 
Euclidian 10. 11, 12, Head 
Photographer 12; Survey 10, 
11; Cross Country 10, 11; In- 
door Track 10, 11; Track 10, 
11, 12, Manager 11, 12; Spir- 
its 12. 

JOSEPH YAN 

MARIA E. YANKO 

Ria Bird, Ri 

Data Processing 11, 12, 

President 12 

VICTORIA YATSKO 
Vicky 

NENA YECKLEY 

Voc. Accounting 11, 12. 



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We've been practicing mountain climbing in gym. 



v m 

Yvonne M. Zurga Deborah Zuzek 



CLARENCE LEE YOUNG 

Clay 

Not Pictured. 

Basketball 12. 

JOANNA YOUNG 

Jo 

Girls' Chorus 10; DCT 12. 

WILLIAM YOUNG 
Bill 

WILLIAM ZALLER 

Bill 

JV Basketball 10; Varsity Basketball 11, 12, 

Co-Capt. 12; Investment Club 12. 



LAURA ZEBOLD 

Zebs 

Swim Team 10, 11, 12, Capt. 12; Spirits 10, 

11, 12; Ad Club 12; Wai Napolo 11, 12; 

Powder Puff, Gold 12; Swim Leader 10, 11; 

Swim Timer 10, 11, 12, Head Swim Timer 

12; Junior Class 11; Senior Class 12. 

SANDRA ZEITZ 

GLEN ZERBY 

Marching Band 10, 11, 12; Concert Band 10, 

11, 12; Investment Club 12. 



LORI ZIVKOVICH 

Wrestling Aide 10, 11, 12; Powder Puff, Blue 

12; Spirits 11. 

JACQUELINE ZORKO 

Jackie 

Swim Leader 10, 11; Key Club 10, 11; NHS 

11, 12;IQS 10, 11, 12; Survey 10, 11, 12, Tri 

Editor 12. 

YVONNE M. ZURGA 

Voc. Stenography 11; OEA 11; COE 12- 

NEOCOEC 12. 

DEBORAH ZUZEK 
Debbie 

Girls' Chorus 10; Swim Leader 10, 11; Cho- 
ral Masters 11, 12; Powder Puff, Blue 12. 



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Euclid, Ohio 44132 


Tel.- 2614800 


Congratulations 

To The 
Class Of 1980 


Best Wishes 
From . . . 


JACKSHAW 

CHEVROLET 

INC. 


METAL PROCESSING SYSTEMS 


543 E. 185th St. 
486-4400 


23000 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44117 

(216) 486-5300 



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486-4300 255-9154 

21900 St. Clair 8443 Mentor Ave. 



onstfmer 



Nobody, But Nobody Sells Tires For Less 



'FASTEST, FINEST, FRIENDLIEST SERVICE" 



GOOD/YEAR 



Congratulations 

To The 
Class Of 1980 




MACHINE COMPANY 

26981 Tungsten Rd. 
732-7115 



Here's the card that 
passed the book! 




With the coming ot the Money Service card, 
wise savers made the passbook a past book. 
And why not! The Broadview Money Service 
Statement Savings Account pays more interest... 
plus a whole lot more. 

More convenience... you can use it to get 
cash or make deposits at every Broadview 
office and every Pick-n-Pay supermarket at least 
64 hours a week. Plus more services... free 
travelers checks, money orders, direct deposit 
of government checks, plus a whole lot more! 

BROADVIEW SAVINGS 

1919 Working hard to stay Number One pjijg 

1979 SUBSIDIARY Of BROADVIEW FINANCIAL CORPORATION -— ~— ~ 



East 185th Street Office, 
813 E. 185th St. 

Euclid-Lake Shore Office, 
26000 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid Satellite Office, 
25000 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid Square Mall Office, 
200 Euclid Square Mall 



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Flowers By Mr. Lee 
WILDWOOD FLORIST 



20020 Lakeshore Corner E. 200th 
486-5100 

Flowers For All Occasions 



Congratulations 

Class Of 1980 

First Of The New Decade 



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Fisher Body 



EUCLID PLANT 



20001 Euclid Ave. 
Euclid, Ohio 44117 











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Open Weekends- 
Memorial Day Through 
Labor Day 



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X \/ \ Natural 

ViQu»lltyi» _ 

VASSAR HEALTH 
FOODS 

Complete Line Of Vitamins And 
Dietary Foods 

Hrs: 9:30 A.M. To 9:00 P.M. 
Sat. 9:30 A.M. To 6:00 P.M. 

21933 Euclid Ave. 
Euclid, Ohio 44117 j 
Tel: 692- 1875 


Congratulations 
From . . . 

RUSSELL MILLER 
GARAGE 

21800 St. Clair Ave. 
486-3698 






Congratulations 
Class Of 1979-1980 

Nobody can do it 
like McDonald's can i m 

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■McDonald's 

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22291 Euclid Ave. 16910 Lakeshore 
Euclid, Ohio Cleveland, Ohio 


SKI-l 

MAC! 

PRODUC 

24460 Lak( 

Cleveland, ( 

(216) 7- 

Precision N 


VAY 
HINE 

:ts CO. 

2land Blvd. 
3hio 44132 
52-9000 

fetal Parts 



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KNIFIC INSURANCE 
SERVICE, INC. 

Serving The Euclid Area 
For 30 Years 

820 E. 185th Street 



481-8918 



481- 7540 



For All Your Insurance Needs 



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THE HILLWOOD 
MANUFACTURING CO 

Helyx Drive Screws- Nails-Tacks 

21700 St. Clair Ave. 

Cleveland, Ohio 44117 

Telephone-(216) 531-0300 



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WEDDINGS 

• Mini-Coverage-$90.00 

• Park Candids 

• Mistys & Silhouetts 

• Super-8 Movies 
824 East 200 Street 



PHOTOGRAPHY 

486-6366 

Sue and Pat Cirino 

PORTRAITS 
Family, Children 

• Graduation 

• Engagement 

• Outdoor 
Euclid, Ohio 




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 



Congratulations 

And 

Best Wishes 

To The Class Of '80 




We Are An Equal Opportunity 
Employer 



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Best Wishes 
From . . . 



RICHMOND 
RESTAURANT 



25911 Euclid Ave. 
261-5430 



%en% JLakuicU Inc. 



26841 Tungsten Rd. 

Euclid, Ohio 44132 

Phone: (216) 261-2100 

TWX 810421-8412 TELEX98- 5467 

Socket Head Products 
Cold Headed Products 

Cap Screws Set Screws 
Automatic And Hand 

Screw Machine Products 



SIMS BROS. BUICK, INC 

21601 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid, Ohio 44117 

Phone: 481-8800 



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COLLINWOOD 



READY MIX CONCRETE 



587-2700 



Eight Locations Serving Greater Cleveland And The Suburbs 



250 



Congratulations 
From . . . 

GENERAL 
ELECTRIC 
COMPANY 



21800 Tungsten Road 

Euclid, Ohio 44117 

266-8950 






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EUCLID-RACE 

DAIRY 

AND ICE CREAM 

CO. 

503 E. 200th St. 
481- 4700 



Congratulations 

To The 
Class Of 1980 

GABRIEL 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY 



22090 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6888 



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Our 



FishStpry 

starts with Signals from J 
600 miles up. 



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with data about the earth 
and its waters. 

For example, these 
space pictures can help 
reveal ocean features 
like sediment layers, 
depth, salinity and 
chlorophyll content. 
And where there's chloro- 
phyll there's very likely 

to be phytoplankton — 

the basic food for the 

nenhaden. 



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of information 
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them 



To a commercial fisher- 
man, those photos can 
be worth their weight in 
gold — or fish. 

. ,-iv .1 whole 

fleet from wasting a lot 
of time looking in the 

I places for their catch. 
And that means more 
fish to show for those long 
days at ;ea 

A COMPANY CALLED 

TRW 



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Congratulations And Good Luck 

To The 

Class Of 1980 



PTSA 



Euclid Senior High School 

Parent Teacher Student 

Association 



EUCLID FOREIGN MOTORS, INC. 

Parts And Accessories 

Expert Service On Volkswagen Vehicles 

Importer Of Pirelli And Gislaved Tires 

Body Work/Painting Foreign And Domestic 



Martin 

Lisac 

Milan 

Dekleva 




SERVICE 



bIdyshop^ 1^ 



Will FIISIM »" 1RS 

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19901 

St. Clair 

Cleveland 

Ohio 

44117 

481-6106 



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Midwest 




. . . uncomplicated 
business banking 

Cut red tape. Minimize committee meetings Maintain 
person-to-person contact between customers and bank 
officers This is the business banking policy at The Midwest 
Bank & Trust Company. 

Our streamlined services include business checking and 
savings accounts, loans, trusts, personal deposit accounts, 
and many other programs tailored for the businessman. 

Let s discuss the service you need, and see how Midwest 
can benefit you or your company. 

Member F D.I C. 

(MO 77,, MIDWEST BANK & Br* Company 

Main Office: 1132 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44115 • 696-2555 

Branch Ottices at the Northern Ohio Food Terminal in Cleveland, 
and in Euclid. Aurora and Streetsboro 



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Dallos 



Spies 



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BUILDERS, 

Inc. 

COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL 
22660 Shore Center Dr. 

261-6211 



BUILDERS, CONSTRUCTION MGRS. 
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 



Congratulations 

And 

Good Luck 

To The 

Class Of 1980 

FRENCH'S 
PHARMACY 



26598 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-6300 



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GAHR 



MACHINERY COMPANY 

19201 St Clair Ave., Cleveland, 0. 44117 

PHONE: 216/531-0053 



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SALTER AUTO 
PARTS CO. 



21149 Euclid Ave. 

Inside Sherwood Plaza 

486-3798 





LAKE SHORE FLORIST 



18322 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44119 



Barb Nicol 
Fran Dillon 



(216) 481-6868 



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IINDERME 



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CO. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 44117 




675 E. 185th St. 
481-6969 




Stop Looking!! 
The Odds Are 100 To 1 We Have It 



> FOREST CITY 
AUTO PARTS 



CLIVILAND BAST: 9900 BUCKEYE HI) 
CLIVILAND WB»T: 2001 CLARK AVE 
CLIVILAND S.W.: 4984 W 150th ST 
CLIVILAND t.B.i 3909 LEE HI) . .... 

■ ■DPORD: 607 BROADWAY 

■ UCLID: 22460 LAKELAND BLVD 
PARMA: 5259 PEARL RD 



793-3995 
241-">425 
267-3525 

701-4111 
23-'-3H4l> 
289-500(1 
459-2261. 



Open 



Daily 8 A.M.-10 P.M. 
Sun. 9 A.M.-5 P.M. 



All Credit Cards Honored 
Free Parking 



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Open 7 Days A Week 
From 7 To Midnight 






756 E. 200 St. 
Cleveland, Ohio 44119 



Vernon Jones 
Al Jones 




PAPA JOE'S SUBS 



564 E. 200 St. 
692-1068 




[LOWERAMA 



WE'RE the 'PLANT PROFESSIONALS" 

SOMETHING BEA UTIFUL TO SHARE" 




Euclid Square Mall 

Euclid, Ohio 



Randall Park Mall 

No. Randall, Ohio 



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Congratulations 

To The 
Class Of 1980 




TEMPOR/1RY SERVICES 

An Equal Opportunity Employer 

We Know How To Help 



•General Office 
•Light Industrial 
•Records Management 
•Word Processing 
•Marketing 
•And More 



Call 861-1900 



Phone orders gladly accepted 

Bus. 531-7447 



MODEL MEAT MARKET 

FRESH MEAT8 

Home Made Quality Sausage 

Smoked Meats and Cold Cuts of All Kinds 



610 East 200th Street 
Euclid, Ohio 44119 



FLORIAN & MARIE KONCAR 
Owner 



Congratulations 
From 

RADIX WIRE 
COMPANY 



26260 Lakeland Blvd. 
731-9191 



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Congratulations 

To The 
Class Of 1980 

LUIKART 

INSURANCE 

AGENCY 



21812 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-7787 



Compliments 
Of 



FRED STECKER 
OLDSMOBILE INC 



25200 Euclid Ave. 
261-2800 



UCLID INC 



Subsidiary Of Daimler-Benz AG 

22221 St. Clair Ave. Euclid, Ohio 44117 




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EUCLIDIAN BEAUTY COLLEGE 

22741 Shore Center Dr. 261-2600 

"Training Cosmetologists Is Our Business" 




Good Luck 

To The 

Class Of 1980 

From . , . 




BOB'S BIG BOY 

263 Babbit Rd. 
261-9580 



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MARIO'S 
FLOWERS 

25551 Euclid Ave. 
261-3636 



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INDUCTION 

BRAZING 

AND SOLDERING 



21850 St. Clair Ave. 
486-8283 



EUCLID 
AUTO PARTS 



A Tremendous Stock Of 

Nationally Advertised Brands 

At Low Discount Prices 

AC - Delco - Monroe - Champion - 

Arvin - Wagner - TRW - 3m - 
Plus The Odds And Ends You Need 

Phone: 732-7500 
25801 Euclid Ave. 



Congratulations To The Class Of 1980 
From WAI NAPOLO 




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BURGER KING 

400 Euclid Square Mall 




'Have It Your Way' 




HUDSON 
PHARMACY 



922 E. 222nd St. 
732-7066 



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EUCLID 
CHRYSLER 
PLYMOUTH 



20941 Euclid Ave. 
692-3900 



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Graduation 

...a once-in-a-lifetime occasion 





Although Your School Has Contracted A Yearbook 
Photographer, It's Not Necessary To Use This Service For 
Your Personal Portrait Needs. 





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Creative Senior Portraits 

21171 Euclid Ave. 

Euclid, Ohio 441 17 

481-7100 





FLORAMA 
FLOWERS 

22382 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-0200 



OZAN LEGAL 
CLINIC 



Initial Office Consultation 
No Charge 



• Divorces 

• Personal Injury 

• Bankruptcy 

• Criminal 



• Wills 

• Adoption 

• Probate 

• Traffic 



731-3500 

22578 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Euclid, Ohio 



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PALISADES BOWL 

1331 E. 260th St. 
261-1715 

PALISADES TWO 

27401 Tungsten Rd. 
289-7300 

PALISADES FOUR - MENTOR 

7300 Palisades Parkway 
946-5131 




MAX'S 
RESTAURANT 



22350 Lake Shore Blvd. 
731-1800 




PAPP'S BODY SHOP, INC 



20980 St. Clair Ave. 
481-4333 



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CcNOfcAIULAIIONS^theClASS cf SC 

from the EUND 













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"Okay Duane, I Got 

Alfred, Now How Do You 

Spell Stosh?" 

Good Luck To The 
Class Of '81 (?) 



CONGRATULATIONS 

ANO 
BEST WISHES 
FROM eUCllD'5 

ollerorome 




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With Every Good Wish 

To The Graduates Of 

Euclid High School's 

Class Of 1980 




Anthony J. Giunta 
Mayor 

Euclid City Council 

President Of Council 
Thomas Meros 

Councilmen 

Ward 1 William L. DeMora 

Ward 2 Donald A. Malone 

Ward 3 Paul Oyaski 

Ward 4 Nick Marino 

Council-At-Large 
Dorothy Burkhart 

Edward Eckart 

Thomas McNamara 

Edward Sustarcic 

Clerk Of Council 
Lucille Kucharski 

'Euclid ... A City Of Superior Services' 



Your Euclid City Officials 
Robert F. Niccum 

Judge 

Frank W. Payne 

Chief Of Police 

George R. Langa 

Fire Chief 
Patrick R. Rocco 

Law Director 

John A. Piscitello 

Director Of Public Services 

Louis C. Dommer 

Director Of Public Works 

Frank J. Chukayne 

Executive Director 

Richard T. Balazs 

Finance Director 

Robert Lawyer 

Recreation Director 




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EJESSUR 




PRESSURE CASTINGS INC 



21500 St. Clair Ave. 
481-5400 



DIPAOLO HOUSE 
OF BEAUTY 

911 E. 222nd St. 
261-7272 



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"Beauty Is Our Business' 

We Specialize In 
Permanents And Haircutting 



CRYSTAL 

BAR BQ 

RESTAURANT 



22404 Lake Shore Blvd. 
261-2010 

34860 Vine St. 
942-1121 

Open 7 Days A Week 
24 Hours A Day 

Chicken And Ribs 



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This Space Donated 
By 

KEY CLUB 



Index Index Index Index Index Index Index Index 



Band Members 


266 


Flowerama 


257 


Big Bouquet 


238 


Forest City Auto "arts 


256 


Bob's Big Boy 


260 


Duane Foy 


266 


Boulevard Beverage 


240 


French's Pharmacy 


254 


Briganti Photography 


264 


Gabriel Insurance 


251 


Broadview Savings 


243 


Gahr Machine 


255 


Burger King 


263 


General Electric 


251 


Century 21 ■ Daugherty 


240 


Gingiss Formalwear 


240 


Chase Brass 


242 


Heidi's Beauty Salon 


256 


Cirino's Photography 


248 


Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 


247 


City Officials 


267 


Hudson Pharmacy 


263 


Collinwood Concrete 


250 


Humphrey Co. 


244 


Consumer Tire 


243 


Independent Savings 


251 


Convenient Mart 


257 


Induction Brazing & Soldering 


261 


Crystal BBQ 


268 


Jackshaw Chevrolet 


242 


Dallos-Spies 


254 


Frank Jochum • Bob Anderson Realty 


248 


DiPaolo House of Beauty 


268 


Kerr Lakeside 


249 


Euclid Auto Parts 


261 


Key Club 


269 


Euclid Blue Print 


241 


K & G Machine 


243 


Euclid Chrysler Plymouth 


263 


Knific Insurance 


246 


Euclid Foreign Motors 


253 


Lake Shore Florist 


255 


Euclidian Beauty College 


260 


Linderme Tube 


256 


Euclid Inc. 


259 


Luikart Insurance 


259 


Euclid Race Dairy 


251 


Man-Gill Chemical 


242 


Euclid Washer Parts 


240 


Mario's Flowers 


260 


Europa Travel 


241 


Max's Restaurant 


265 


Fisher Body 


244 


McDonald's 


245 


Florama 


264 


Midwest Bank & Trust 


254 



Russell Miller Garage 


245 


Model Meats 


258 


Non-Ferrous Metals 


241 


Olsten Temporary 


258 


Ozan Legal Clinic 


264 


Palisades Bowl 


265 


Papa Joe's Subs 


257 


Papp's Body Shop 


265 


Pressure Castings 


268 


P.T.S.A. 


253 


Radix Wire 


258 


Raimor Studios 


239 


Reliance Electric 


248 


Richmond Restaurant 


249 


Rollerdrome 


266 


Salter Auto Parts 


255 


Sim's Buick 


249 


Ski-Way 


245 


Fred Stecker Oldsmobile 


259 


Student Council 


262 


TRW 


252 


Vassar Health Foods 


245 


Wai Napolo 


261 


Wildwood Florist 


244 



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PATRONS PATRONS PATRONS PATRONS 



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MATRONS PATRONS PATRONS PATRONS 



Johnstons Drug 

625 E. 200th 

<" 86-2744 



Drug 

re Blvd. 



Ronald A. Lubin D.D.S., Ir 
20050 Lake Shore Blvd. 
481-4500 

Joseph V. Miheli Photograr. 
19530 Monterey Ave. 
692-2008 

ng And Hydraul 
St. Clair Ave. 
31-5700 




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We finally did it! We finished 272 pages, not always on time, but we got 
them done. Thanks to the staff, Mr. Petrovic, and Mr. Dickinson, the 1980 
Euclidian is a reality. Carol I could always count on you to take good pictures 
and develop them in time for a deadline - 100 pictures aren't that many the 
night before the pages are due. Kathy you did a great job with your section. 
Hopefully you will never have to schedule another picture or think of another 
headline again. Sue Are you still standing on tables and singing? I hope you 
have gotten over that since your section has been finished; you did a great job. 
Judy The weather is pretty nice, don't you think? Your section is really good; 
maybe next year you will get your pages done the afternoon of the deadline. 
Remember the fun we had at workshop • I hope she didn't put a hole in the 
wall. Scott Is it true that you are easy? There isn't too much I can say, but 
you did a good job even though I might not have seemed to appreciate you too 
much, if you find some time maybe you could develop those pictures we 
needed five months ago. Linda and Brian ■ Both of you did a really good job. I 
never saw you much, but your pages always got done. Ann ■ Have you been to 
any Board of Education meetings lately? You did a super job with your section 
and thanks for all the help with other sections the night of the deadline. 
Everyone- the bus leaves at 3:00 for Hawthornden. Mr. Dickinson ■ thank you 
for all the help and support you gave everyone. Mr. Petrovic - thanks for all 
the help - we couldn't have done it without you. I hope Tom Tom wasn't 
insulted by what was done to his picture. Other people that have helped 
produce and sell the yearbook are: Svetlana Beros, Diane Cibrik, Martha 
Eyman, Ellen Kessler, Maria Sajn, Eileen Welton, Christy Horvath, Chris 

Kucmanic, Bob Prizzi, Donata Schulz, Amy Arnold, Sue Balazs, Beth Cramer, Duane Foy, Dale Grubb, Sadhna 
Gupta, Lauren Hale, Judy Hasse, Beth Hook, Jenny Jambor, Kathy Kehn, Steve Lausin, Linda Lewin, Simone 
Lisac, Andrey Lonchar, Bill Mason, Joe Mersnik, Amy Ogrinc, Susan Paul, Janet Reinke, Amy Reno, Jane Seidel, 
Ray Tice, Ann Wintle, Roberta Yuhas, Linda Zerby, Mike Burrows, Chris Bognar, Mike Cotter, Diane Fakult, Ellyn 
Gleisser, Lisa Letcher, Doug Leu, Judy Ludvik, Janice Mihelcic. Thanks to Bill and Ed for making 7th period so 
fun. Sorry you weren't in the staff picture. Thanks to eveyone listed above and anyone not mentioned. Special 
thanks to Bill Mason for all the dividers and the cover • you did and excellent job. Thanks to everyone for making 
this a great year! 




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