Euclid High School - Euclidian Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

 - Class of 1927

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SHARROCK-Principal of High School. A.B. Wooster. Summer Work, Columbia University. AGNES M. BURGESS-Latin and French. Assistant Librarian. A.B. Western Reserve College for Women. Summer Work, Western Reserve College for Women. EVELVIA MAE MEYER-Mathematics. A.B. Heidelberg. Summer Work, Colum- bia University. DONALD C. BAY-History. A.B. Otterbein. Summer Work, Otterbein. DOROTHY LEAMON-English. Dramatics. journalism. A.B. Hiram. M.A. Ohio State University. HELEN H. KING-Commercial. Librarian. B.S. Margaret Morrison Carnegie College. NAOMI IHRIG-English. Latin. Biology. Wittenberg College. RICHARD R. KEAY-Science. A.B. Miami. Special Work at Western Reserve University. ALFRED W. RADER-Manual Arts. Athletics Coach. Ohio University. Ohio State University. MARY H. HAZARD-Physical Education. Oberlin College. GRACE A., STEVENS-School Nurse. Lakeside Hospital. Training School. H. BELLE HILL-Domestic Arts. B.Ped. D.S. Bethany. Cleveland School of Art. GRACE E. HENRY-Art. Cleveland School of Art. Summer Work, Kent, Case, Berkshire. MAUDE B. FAETKENHEUER-Supervisor of Music. A.B. Western Reserve Col- lege for Women. Summer Work, Cleveland School of Education. ERWIN M. KING-Assistant Supervisor of Music. Orchestra Director. Dana Conservatory of Music. Pupil of Arthur Beckwith. CECEL O'BRlEN-Assistant to Mr. King. Dana Conservatory of Music. Pupil of Arthur Beckwith. IH THE BUZZER 1927 Class of 1927 OFFICERS President .............. .......,.......,..,,, ...... T h urlowe Phypers Vice President ......,., ........ F lorence Lindeman Treasurer .......... ...... H ester Ensminger Secretary ......, ............ S lava Kubik Sponsor ..... ....... M iss Leamon Colors-Yale Blue and White Flower-Forget-me-nots and White Roses Motto-Labor omnia vincit. "The play is doneg the curtain drops, Slow falling to the prompter's bellg A moment yet the actor stops And looks around to say farewell. It is an irksome word and taskg And when he's laughed and said his say He shows, as he removes his mask, A face that's anything but gay." "The End of the Play"-Thackeray I 4 ,I THE BUZZER 1927 V1Ron. G. CAMM . Glenville High 11, 21, Athletic Association Treasurer 131, Advertising Manager 141, Glee Club 13, 41, Journalism 141, Artist 13, 41, Football 13, 41, Tra-ck 13, 41, "Seventeen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 13 41. "1'he marvels which his pencil wrought." HESTER MAYORA ENSMINGER Lakewood High 111, Class Treasurer 141, Glee Club 141, Secretary 141, Journalism 13, 41, Editor-in-chief 13, 41, "Seventeen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 141, Art 13, 41, Leader Club President 141. "The world belongs to the energetic." MARGARET FANCOURT Journalism 13, 41, Observer Reporter 13, 41, Music Appreciation 11, 2, 3, 41. "My tongue within my lips I rein, For who talks much, must talk in vain." CATHERINE MAE HALL Empire High 111, Glee Club 12, 3, 41, Librarian 131, Leader 141, Journalism 13, 41, Feature Editor 141, Basketball 141, "Seven- teen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 12, 3, 41. "Oh light or dark or short or tall, She sets a spring to catch them all." ETHE1. FERN HARRIS Glee Club 11, 21, Operetta 121, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Art 141, Music Appre- ciation 12, 31. ' "A smile that answered smiles." ,lol-IN KORENCIC, JR. Class President 131, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, Football 11, 2, 3, 41, Captain 141, Basket- ball 11, 2, 3, 41, Captain 141, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41, Track 13, 41, "Seventeen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 11, 2, 3, 41. "By sports like these are all our cares beguiledf' l5l Li. THE BUZZER 1927 SLAVA G. KUBIK Class Secretary 141, Journalism 13, 41, Observer Reporter 141, Art 13, 41, Assistant Librarian 141, Cafeteria Cash-ier 141. "Perfect proof the still water runs deep." ALBERTA L. LAFUER Athletic Association President 141, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, Journalism 13, 41, Sports Editor 13, 41, Basketball 13, 41, Captain 141, Honor Society 13, 41, "Seventeen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141 Operetta 11 2, 41, Music Appreciation 11, 2,,31. y "For she's a jolly good sport-you know." FLORENCE L. LINDEMAN Vice ,President 141, Treasurer 131, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, "Seventeen,' 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 11, 2, 3, 41, J azzPOrche?ra 1416lSecretary-Treasurer Sec- ond eriod eader ub. "She that was ever fair and never proud, Had voice at will, and yet was never loud." CATHERINE G. MOELLER Glee Club 11, 21, "Seventeen" 131, Oper- etta 121, Cafeteria Cashier 12, 3, 41, Art 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141. "Everybody loves a gentle disposition." THURLOWE A. PHYPERS Treasurer 121, President 141, Glee Club 1l, 2, 3, 41, Orchestra 11, 2, 3, 41, Football 11, 2, 3, 41, "Seventeen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Music Appreciation 111, Jazz Orchestra 141. "To bring-God shield us-a lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing." NELUE M. POINT Peninsula High 11, 2, 31, Glee Club 141 "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 141., ' "'Tis well to be merry and wise, 'Tis well to be honest and wise." Tr l61 THE BUZZER 1927 WILLIAM E. ROGERS Glee Club 141, "Seventeen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 141. "A little nonsense now and then, Is relished by the best of men." J. MARVIN SAEFKOW Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, Football 11, 2, 3, 41, Captain 1925, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41, "Come Out of the Kitchen" 131, "Seventeen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 11, 2, 3, 41. "You may forgive his devilishness when you know him." EASTER SANGER Class Treasurer 111, Secretary 121, Vice President 131, Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 41, Treas- urer 141, Journalism 13, 41, News Editor 141, Operetta 11, 2, 3, 41, President of Second Period Leader Club 141, Music Memory 121. "What a world of graces is contained in one small girl." BERNARD T. TELLING Orchestra 13, 41, Football 13, 41. "1 say not much but I think more." ORIN L. WADSWORTH Class Vice President 111, Glee Club 11, 21, Football 11, 2, 3, 41, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 41, Baseball 11, 2, 3, 41, Captain 141, "Seven- teen" 131, Operetta 11, 21. "He has labored, But now his task is smoothly done." CARL R. WEDLER, JR. Glee Club 141, Orchestra 13, 41, "Seven- teen" 131, "Mother Carey's Chickens" 141, Operetta 141. "I would live and die a bachelor." I71 THE BUZZER 1927 Senior Class History The feeling of greenness that is experienced by every Freshman when entering high school was not missed by those of the Senior class of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-seven just beginning the best four years of their life September 8, 1923. ln fact, as Freshies, they were quite innocent to the ways of their more dignified upperclassmen. They were initiated without much ado, which, although causing much embarrassment, was secretly enjoyed by both the boys and girls. Then next on the program if they wished to be of much importance, they must choose a banner comprised of the colors they so desired, and their flower. The colors chosen were Yale blue and white and the flowers were white roses and blue forget-me-nots. The motto, which they have tried to uphold and have not entirely failed in doing is, "Labor Omnia Vincit". These Freshies also with much pride passed into the Sophomore year, highly elated to think they had given the best party of the year. The Sophomore year was not unlike that of the previous classes. During this year silliness prevailed and many girls were noted for their ability to giggle easily. Several new members joined the ranks of this Sophomore class only to drop by the wayside at the end of the year. The party this time was a "Kid Party" and was enjoyed by all-everyone lapsing into naturalness while it lasted. The boys ap- peared in athletics during this year and stayed in throughout the rest of their high school career. The junior year was quite exciting, for in this year you are looked upon as quite high up in the world and these would-be Seniors made the most of this year by giving a comic Christmas play "The Christmas Hat", the junior party, the annual play, "Seventeen", and a most successful junior Prom. Two more members dropped out of the class, making the total roll eighteen. This last year has gone all too fast, being crammed to the brim with events coming one after the other. As Seniors the class has been prominent by furnishing both basketball captains, the football captain and the leaders in the Operetta "The Spring Maid". The year was made exciting by the choosing of class rings after much argumentg and the choosing of invitations and cards for commencement made the boys and girls realize that their high school life was fast slipping away. The play "Mother Carey's Chickens" and the dance given by the combined Senior and junior classes have brought this year to a close and the Seniors depart knowing that they leave behind them friends and teachers they will sincerely miss, and hoping they, too, will be missed. E81 THE BUZZER 1927 Memories Virgil Camm '27 I September. The frequent odor of cedar of freshly sharpened pencils. The crackling of new books. Clack, clack, clack of cleats on stone steps. Leaves- brown leaves, red, yellow leaves. School colors. Yellow slickers. Young laugh- ing girls. II Gay colors. Cheer leaders. "I-Iere they come." A long line of boys running onto the Held. Head gears. The long white lines ten yards apart. III A party in the Gym. Guests arriving. The ascending whine of a heavy door- a pause-then a rattling bang as it closes. Pale green and pink dashes of color glide silently across the floor. Silver slippers. A moaning saxophone. Groups in the hallway, chatting, laughing. ' IV Lights in shop windows in the village. Red and green everywhere. Beautiful colors-orange, yellow, green, red-shine from the stained glass windows of the church on the freshly fallen snow. V Night. White moon. Livid white moon. Cold moon. Clank, clank, clank of chains against the fender of a passing car. Clank, clank, clank-fainter, piercing the night air. Gone. Cold silence. I VI Icy walks. Students hurrying to classes. Red cheeks. The flap, flap of galoshes. Noon. Boys hatless,coatless. VII All the fellows at Bob's. Panting, out of breath. The thumping of chairs. The odor of hot chili! Groups at tables, coins on a glass show case. Sliding, jingling dishes on tables. VIII Slush, rains-no one minds the rains. A parade of slickers, fur coats, double- breasted overcoats down Chardon Road. A crowd at the corner. The low drone of a bus horn. IX A twilight evening in May. The twang of tennis racquets. Sweet fragrance of apple blossoms. Soft feminine voices from beneath the apple trees. A pale yellow moon. Shadows gone. Night. X Soft melodies. Beautiful girls with bouquets of roses. Diplomas, tears. The air filled with rich perfumes. Soft, warm, southern breezes. Memories. Memories. l9l THE BUZZER 1927 "YM . . ff ik K V ' w f President ............. .. ........... ........ .. Vice President Trea rer ......... Se etary ,e,e., onsor ..... Eg I' L x + I - sa x 'E .1 Class 0151928 OFFICERS Edward Steinbrenner Helen Gibbs Ruth Davis Hilda Scheuring Colors-Scarlet and Grey Miss Meyer Flower--Red Roses and Lilies of the Valley Motto-Vouloir c'est pouvoir l '10 1 THE BUZZER 1927 Junior Class History The largest Freshman class that ever came bounding through the doors of Euclid High School entered with its forty-six members in the year of 1924. We completely overflowed the room which had been set aside for all Freshmen in by- gone days, so after politely requesting the juniors to move, we held possession of two out of four of the home rooms in the High School. Almost all the boys in Richmond Heights seemed to be Freshmen that year and came down from their heights to join and enlarge the band. We Freshmen escaped with only a light case of initiation, being decked for only a couple of periods with slight tokens of green crepe paper. In a class of this size opinions, of course, would be wide and varied. This fact was brought to our notice when class colors had to be decided upon. After a long and memorable debate, scarlet and gray won out, in spite of the fact that most of the class wanted something else. The rest of the High School honored us by attending our Kid Party-the first that we ever attempted to give-and helped make it a success. As Sophomores we had our chance to initiate the Freshmen and to experience the feeling of being a part of the "real upper classmen"-that feeling of "lord- ing over" someone. e Sophomores always get their share of being called "wise fools". We had the usual amount of this to make up for our abbreviation of an initiation. By the time we became juniors we had lost quite a number of students from the large class we started with. Even so, we now have one of the largest classes in school, the boys outnumbering the girls. The junior class play was the first chance for some of us to show what we could do on the stage before a large audience. "Stop Thief" will be cherished by its actors until the next opportunity comes along in dramatics. If we haven't lived up to the high standards that have been set for us, we will endeavor to make up all the lost time in our Senior year and leave a favorable last impression upon the students and our teachers. llll J' FL X vi . , ,Ax , A h X , f J V A uk' T H E B U ZZ!-ESD! 1 9 257 3 If 'W ' ' H" 'ff 14' Y: Yfifzlwffw :f"::-: 'fs ': Y'-1: if to f ,AJ Qi fi li A i in V r r ' t Class of 11929 b . OFFICERS X 'ai President ..A,....,.,. ......,................. ..,... C h arles Wanstall KP A Vice President ...,,., ............ L enard Sadosky Treasurer ,....... ....... W illiam Pennington Secretary ,..... ,.,,.... D orothy Hattendorf Sponsor ,....... ............,......,..... M r. Bay Colors-Brown and White Flower-Pink Tea Roses Motto-Excelsior. llll i X fxil L Nwffb ,W L' .Xt 1 M' . v . THE BUZZER 1927 A Sophomore Class Prophecy Ten years have passed since we were Sophomores. Let us see what hand Fate has played in the lives of our classmates. To do this we shall have to do some traveling, so prepare for an aeroplane trip. B-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-! We're off! Having always had a soft spot in our hearts for our old Alma Mater, let us away to old Euclid. How everything has changed since the good old days of 1929. We are anxious to see if any of our old teachers are at Euclid. But no, who is this tall young man? Can it be? No! Yes, it is john Widmer, our old school mate. He is present principal at Euclid, a final successor of Mr. Sharrock. How every young truant shrinks at his withering glance of disapproval. Another surprise is due for here comes an important young woman whom Mr. Widmer introduces as, "Euclid's most promising Geom. teacher". It is Gertrude Duber! Time goes quickly. We are now on our way to Hollywood. Entering one of the largest studios in the city we find to our surprise a person who from the distance looks strangely familiar. We go out onto the "lot" where the pictures are made. There is Elmer Springer fixing up the scenes, while William Pennington is yelling madly through a megaphone at the stars, Helen Lake and Lenard Sadosky. Helen has achieved wonderful success on the silver screen. We leave the studio, and as we walk out onto the street we just must have a newspaper. To our surprise we find in big headline letters across the page: "WORLD'S CHAMPION GUM-CHEWER-CLAIR EMINGERY' We smile a dry little smile. Nothing less expected, for in the old days at Euclid Clair was continually practicing. We might have guessed his underlying ambition. The teachers might have been more lenient with him on that score, had they known his future. Cleveland seems to call us, so we start back to the home town. In a big office in the down town section we see the much renowned cartoonist, Kenneth Spuhler, and his assistant, Julius Krihwan. Now we come to the lecture hall, and whom should we see but a lady of medium stature, light hair, and blue eyes-no other than Frances Murphy. She had given such lengthy current events in History classes, and received so many nineties in English, that we can't dispute her right at the position she has achieved. For a bit of recreation we shall go to the theater. Here at the entrance we find the demure little girl who sells us our tickets, to be Margaret Helberg, another of our former schoolmates. A few minutes later Harry Giles takes our tickets and drops them into a big box. We are ushered to a seat by Dorothy jacquays. Silence -and then the curtain rises, revealing a chorus of singers. Reminds of the choruses in the operettas we used to give back at Euclid. But our attention is attracted and held by this great chorus. A close inspection shows us Roy, Richard, William, Louis and Steve. The women turn out to be Lilian Somnitz, Helen DeLaney, Dorothy Hat- tendorf, and then there are some that we do not recognize. They all have wonderful voices! ' Our time for looking up old schoolmates is almost over now. It is evening. We stop at a lovely duplex on the Heights where we find our Sophomore class presi- dent, Charles Wanstall, quietly living with that petite freshman Posie Fouts. We also find that Marcia has married Gorham Hester. These two almost drove us to distrac- tion. And now we think we have done enough traveling for one day. As we lie on our pillows we give a sigh of relief and hope that the next live or ten years will see our old Euclid friends prospering, and doing just as well, if not better, than they are now. Beware, Father Timeg don't turn the hands of Fate on the clock too fast. "Ain't Life jest G-R-A-N-D!" i131 THE BUZZER 1927 President ..,.... Vice President Secretary ,.,.,,,,.A Treasurer ...... Sponsor ,,.,re january Class Class of 11930 OFFICERS Color-Silver and Old Rose Flower-Yellow Tea Rose V .1- A V Q f I Betty Wedler Howard Clasen Rosalind Fouts Vincent Caito Miss Ihrig Motto-Post proelium praemium U41 J "" uv THE BUZZER 1927 j une fjg Cllass History CLASS OF 1930 Spring 1926. Fifteen blushing freshmen, walked eagerly and happily up the steps at Euclid High School. joy was soon turned to mourning, however, when we learned that our home room was to be in the annex. Disgruntled and disillusioned, we walked slowly down the steps thitherward. So this was High School! The days passed. Quietly, un- obtrusively, without even the threat of an initiation to worry us, we began to find our places in the life of the school. We joined with the 9 A's in giving a party, and helped in the Buzzer benefit program. Fall 1926. A new division of freshmen arrived-twenty-three of them. Proudly they established themselves in Room 12. tLucky peoplej A glorious initiation followed for everyone. Shoelc-ss boys, and grotesquely painted girls trudged the hallways. We who had been in school a whole half year resented somewhat having to organize with these new folks instead of with the class we had been in in the springg but in the busy whirl of choosing officers, collecting dues and deciding upon a party, all that was forgotten. Now we really like each other. Spring 1927. The new semester has brought more changes. No longer are we in two home-rooms, many steps apart. After much hard work our party is a thing of the past, but according to all reports it was a glorious success. Our assembly program "A Maiden Vain of Dress" went off without a break. Soon we will all be upper classmen and "sitting on top of the world." E151 R THE BUZZER 1927 january Class. Class of 19311 To appreciate the Freshman History, you must know something of our prehis- toric period, the eighth grade. We were then lords and ladies of creation, Seniors in fact if not in name. The lesser fry looked up to us with becoming aweg this was because we were going to High School. So, very conscious of greatness, we fared forth one February morn, armed with bushels of friendly advice. But our blissful ignorance was doomed to dreadful dis- illusionment. How can we ever forget that first morning when the crowds crowded and jostled against us! Our troubles began in the second period study hall where the rude, unsympathetic "Sophs" laughed at us and called us "those sweet Freshies." How we are one-half year older and centuries wiser for benefit of those who come to swell our ranks in September and next year will establish a Bureau of Information for Bewildered Freshies. At this Bureau, knowledge gained by hard ex- perience and personal "don'ts" it wouldn't be in good taste or the least bit wise to give here, will be freely handed out. l16l THE BUZZER 1927 The National Honor Society 1924 William Hetrick Carl Schroeder 1926 Theodora Deringer Cleotha Cook Paul Kurtz EUCLID CHAPTER Established 1924 1928 Henry Powers Ruth Davis 1925 Concetta Ranellucci Grace Pinney 1927 Alberta Laufer Easter Sanger Faculty Sponsor-Miss Burgess "The Constitution of this national organization recognizes four cardinal objec- tives as fundamental in all educational practice: Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service. To exalt these objectives and hold them ever before the school as goals towards which all should strive is the purpose of this Society. We seek nothing for ourselves beyond the strengthening of our own resolves coming from the bond of union which this Chapter establishes between us. Our aim shall be to hold before the school such motives as shall induce others to aspire to scholarly habits, enlisting in worthy service and leading forward in all things that shall ad- vance the welfare of the school." ll7l THE BUZZER 1927 The Glee Clubs GIRLS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Girls' Glee Club Director .....,.......................... Miss Faetkenheuer Leader .................................... ........... C atherine Hall Secretary .....................,.,,... ...... H ester Ensminger Treasurer ....... .......,. E aster Sanger Librarian ........ ......... C lara Hawk Accompanist ...... ......,. R uth Davis Christmas brought the first appearance of the Girls' Glee Club. The affair was quite ceremonious with each girl holding her lighted candle and singing the good old carols, "Come All Ye Faithful", "Silent Night", and a few others which are always popular at Christmas time. Then came their annual assembly program. A hurrying and scurrying for cameras, girls dressed in basketball suits, or smocks, rushing down the hall, and finally their appearance on the stage with dancing and singing. The biggest event of the year was the Operetta, "The Spring Maid", given by the combined Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs. As the fateful night drew near our grades went down and we stayed up nights, but performance night repaid all our hard work. An especially effective stage setting, attractive costuming and tuneful music com- bined to make the evening a delight to participants and audience alike. The saddest time of all for the Glee Clubs, in fact, for the whole school, especially the seniors, is Commencement time. Although the girls are dressed in gay colors and have happy smiles and the boys have decked themselves in their best we already begin to feel the loss of the seniors. Songs are sung gaily enough perhaps but all the time comes the thought "They're going away, they're going away." BOYS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS Boys' Glee Club Directors ...........,.............. Mr. King, Mr. O'Brien Leader ,,.,,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,..,... .....,..... M arvin Saefkow Secretary ,,,,... ....... H erlry Powers Treasurer ,,,,,,, ............... C arl Wedlet' Librarian ,.,,,,, ......,. W illiam Rogers Accompanist ,,,,,, .......... B etty Wedler IISI 4, V THE BUZQERLi'927y ,V F, N N X X, 5 r i 66Tlh1e Spring Maids, April 8, l927 Characters Princess Bozena ...,.......................................... . .... . ...................... ..................... ..... C a therine Hall Visiting Carlsbad Spa at the gala season with her father, His Highness Prince Nepomuk ............................................................................................ ..... M arvin Saefkow Possessed of more ancestry than income, meets Prince Aladar ..............,................ A. ...... .................,...,......................................... T hurlowe Phypers A Hungarian nobleman whose aversion to women of his own rank, leads him into a Hirtation with Annam-irl ..........................i..................................................................................... Marian Phypers The favorite fountain girl at Carlsbad, known as "The Spring Maid", who is courted by a young officer Baron Rudi .......................................................................... ' ....... ...............,....... R o cco Vinciquerra A cousin of Bozenai, who, like her, has come to Carlsbad to participate in the annual pageant of the discovery of Carlsbad Spring which is directed by Roland ...................................................................................................................,.. Henry Powers V, The famous English tragedian, whose favorite role is Otllellog whose fondness for f ersula .......,......................................................................................... ......... .................. H e len Lake One of his admiring matinee patrons, has resulted in their being pursued by Spaetling ......................................... . ................,.................... ................................. B ernard Sadosky A Commissioner of Police, whose clues never fail until he meets Evakatl ...............................................,.................. ...................... .................. ...... ............ C l a r a Hawk At whose popular hostelry are sojourning various American visitors, including Col. Boone ......................................,.....................................................,..,................ Archie Daniels VVl1o objects to the water cure, Mr. Lomax ............................,.,,..... John Korencic NVho is trying to get thin, Mr. Skinner ......................................... .... H enry Koll YVho is trying to get stout, and Guests, Spring Girls, Officers, Villagers. Ballet: B. Wedler, P. Johns, N. Point, A. Laufer, H. Delaney, M. P ,ff TA R. Fouts, F. Lindeman. il9l W f J arsons, E THE BUZZER 1927 .lunloir Class Play STOP THIEF A Farce in Three Acts Nell Mr. Carr ........ Mrs. Carr ...... Joan Carr ......... Madge Carr ...... Caroline Carr ....... James Cluney .,....... Dr. Willoughby ....... Doogan .................. Jamison ................,...... Rev. Mr. Spelvin ......... Joe Thompson ......... Sergeant .......,. O'M.alley ........ O'Brien ....... Clancey ..,........... By Carlyle Moore February 19, 1927 .Helen 0151 Maurice Berg Clara Hawk Pauline Johns Marian Phypers Ruth Davis Clarence Moeller Neil Schroeder Henry Powers Edward Steinbrenner ..........Russel Hanslik Henry Koll Rocco Vinciquerra Justin Foldessy . .....,.. Spence Kline Robert Schmidt Scene: The Carr's Living Room. Senior Class Play MOTH ER CAREY'S CHICKENS A Little Comedy of Home in Three Acts By Kate Douglas Wiggin and Rachel Crothers Ossian Popham ....... Gilbert Carey ....... Nancy Carey ........ Mother Carey ...... Kathleen ................,..... Peter ............................ Cousin Ann Chadwick May 20, 1927 Julia Carey ........................ Mrs. Ossian Popham ......... Lallie Joy Popham ..,. Ralph Thurston ....... Cyril Lord ............. Tom Hamilton ......... Henry Lord, Ph.D. .... . Marvin Saefkow William Rogers Catherine Hall Alberta Laufer Florence Lindeman Jo Anne Zink Catherine Moeller Nellie Point Hester Ensminger Ethel Harris Thurlowe Phypers Carl Wedler Virgil Camm John Korencic Bernard Telling Sam Berry ,.......................................... ..................... Scene: A room in the Yellow House in Beulah, l20l New Hampshire W THE BUZZER 1927 The Biizzeit During the past year the Journalism class has striven hard and has succeeded in putting out better Buzzers. Under the direction of the editor-in-chief most things have moved along smoothly. This year several members of the staff were sent to a journalistic Convention given by Western Reserve University, and were given a chance to compare and exchange papers with other schools. Since the formation of the journalism class, more interest has been centered around the Buzzer. A larger body of students have gotten a chance to work on this paper than ever before, and have given a truer representation of the whole school. This is only the second year that the journalism Class has had charge of the Buzzer but there is already a marked improvement and all things promise something better in the future. Editor-in-Chief ........ ...... H ester Ensminger Literary Editor ,,.i.... ....,.,,,,,, H elen Gibbs News Editor ............ ...... E aster Sanger Feature Editor ............ ......... C atherine Hall Athletics Editor ............. ........ A lberta Laufer Circulation Manager .............,.............................,........ john Widmer Business Manager .................................................... Neil Schroeder Artists ................ Kenneth Spuhler, Elmer Springer, Virgil Camm PUBLICITY STAFF Margaret Fancourt Slava Kubik Rocco Vinciquerra REPORTERS Ruth Davis Frances Murphy Ruth Rinzler Helen Delaney Marcia Parsons Lillian Somnitz Gertrude Duber Marion Phypers jack Wedler Clifton Kimball Lee Pinney 0 0 0 Athletic Association President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,.,.,,,,,.,,..,,,.................,........... Alberta Laufer Secretary ,,,,,.,,.,,,,........ ......................... R uth Davis Treasurer ,.,l,,..,,,,...,,,,,.,.,. ................ E dward Steinbrenner Advertising Manager ......... ................................. V irgil Camm Cheer Leaders ,,.,,,,,.,,,,.......,...,....,...... William Hall, Marcia Parsons Sponsor ,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,,.,,,.,,,,.,.,.,.,....,.,.,,,,...................... Mr. A. W. Rader The Euclid Athletic Association recorded this year the largest enrollment it has ever had. The officers elected last spring began their work with vim. Season tickets for football brought in income enongh to clear expenses on football. This season also witnessed splendid financial progress. Although the picture shows were not so well supported as last year, large attendance at athletic contests kept the treasury replenished. Most of the work this year has been done through informal meetings, equipment being purchased as Mr. Rader found need for it. Sports letters have been ordered and the athletic banquet is now in preparation. Many of the members have willingly given their time and support, which was greatly appreciated. The cheerleaders, by keeping the rooters in high spirits, rendered loyal support to their school. l21l THE BUZZER 1927 E221 THE BUZZER 1927 Urelhestra Leader ............... .........................,............................ M r. O'Brien First Violins ......... ........ C lifton Kimball, Wanda Lewandoski Second Violins .......... ......,......... B ernard Telling, Carl Wedler Cornet .................. ................................................. H arry Giles Saxophones ........ ......... T hurlow Phypers, Edward Scheuring Drums ................... ......................................... B ernard Sadosky Piano ...................................................,.....,,..................,.. Ruth Davis The orchestra has had a good year under the leadership of Mr. O'Brien. Although it lost several of its members last year it made up for these by the addition of several more from the new Freshman class. It furnished music at the Junior Class Play, the annual Operetta, and several other events during the year. It has been highly complimented each time it has made an appearance. We hope it will continue its work in years to come. Jazz Orchestra The jazz Orchestra which was organized last fall under the direction of Miss Faetkenheuer, has proved to be a success. Through hard work on the part of the director and the members of the orchestra it has been able to make a good showing at the Assembly Programs. At present there are seven members: Saxophone .,...,,.......,......,.............. ....,,,. T hurlow Phypers C ornet ,...,...,... .............. H arry Giles Drums ........ .......... B ernard Sadosky Violin ..,.,.........,., .......... C lifton Kimball Saxophone .,.,,... Edward Scheuring Banjo ,,,,,,,,,,,,, -,iz-.-.A.1Willard Billheimer Pianist ,,,,,,,, ....... F lorence Lindeman The Leaders, Club The newest among our high school organizations is the Leaders' Club, organized last December. Its members are upper-class girls. lts purpose is to acquaint girls with the responsibility which accompanies leadership of others, and to give a foretaste of the nature of the work of a recreation or physical education teacher. OFFICERS , First Division Second Division President .,.............,. ....... H ester Ensminger ....... ......... E aster Sanger Vice President ........ ....... R uth Davis ................. ................. H elen Gibbs Secretary .,.,,,........... ....... . Helen Kracker ....... ...... F lorence Lindeman Faculty Sponsor ,...... ................................... ............. M i ss Hazard i231 THE BUZZER 1927 E241 THE BUZZER 1927 Traclk 4 1926 Euclid Central's tra-ck team made a very good showing in 1926 although the team was composed of only six athletes. The second annual Greater Cleveland Conference meet was held at Shaker High. The Euclid athletes were awarded third place. At the Lakewood Northeastern Ohio meet, Euclid was given fifth place in the Class B group. Korencic and B. Sadosky were eligible to go to the Ohio State meet but they did not participate in it. At the G. C. C. meet B. Sadosky took second place and Korencic was awarded fourth place in the 100 yard dash, in the 220 dash B. Sadosky finished second and Camm fourth. The third and fourth places for the shot put were given to LeBreton and Korencic respec- tively. Sadosky won first place in the pole vault event and Camm took second. Lee Pinney entered in the mile run but was not awarded a place. Lee hopes to do better this year. Due credit should also be given to H. Powers who ran the hurdles. The teams finished as follows: Shaker Heights 49M pts.g Rocky River 212, pts.g Euclid Central 193 Longwood 143 West Commerce 13M,g John Marshall HM and Euclid Shore 2. Vincent Caito .. Russell Hanslik Baseball 4 1926 THE TEAM .......... Left Field joe Sintic ................ ........ T hird Base .........Center Field Marvin Saefkow ........Catcher john Korencic ..... ........... S hortstop Richard Koss .......... ........ R ight Field Orin Wadsworth John Hattendorf Paul Kurtz ........ ............Pitcher Base .........Second Base Thomas Caito Robert Smith .... Paul Kurtz ....... Gerald Glover .................... Manager THE SCHEDULE Euclid Central ......... ........ 2 Shaw ................. Euclid Central Euclid Central Euclid Central ........ . ..... 2 Euclid Central Euclid Central Euclid Shore ....... South Euclid ...... South Euclid ....... Euclid Shore ....... Solon .............. I 25 1 Right Field .. ........ Catcher ........Captain 9 2. 8 l 2 5 THE BUZZER 1927 E261 'Y- .,l, Q THE BUZZER 1927 Louis Petti ........ Vincent Caito ,...... .. Bernard Telling ....... Henry Powers ...... Henry Koll ........... Spence Kline ,......... Thurlowe Phypers ...,... john Korencic ......... Bernard Sadosky Orin Wadsworth .......... joe SlI'lflC ..........., Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Euclid Total.. Football 4 1926 THE TEAM Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Center Ri ight Guard ght Tackle Right End Quarterback Left Half Right Half Fullback Substitutes: Maurice Berg, Virgil Camm. Central .............,.,.,.. Central ..........,,.,...,., Central ....,...., Central .......... Central .......... Central .....,............., Central ...,..............,, Central ......,......,...... THE SCHEDULE 38 50 7 6 13 69 65 13 .......261 Maple Heights .... - . ....... 0 Brush ................ ........ 0 Rocky River ......... ,,,,,,, Shaker Heights 6 john Marshall ..... ....... 7 West Commerce I ............ 0 Longwood ,............ ..,..,, 6 Euclid Shore .,,,..,,..,.,.,,.. 0 Total ................ INDIVIDUAL SCORING B. Sadosky Korencic ...... Sintic .......... Wadsworth Phypers ...... Kline ........ Camm ...... IZ7 .......19 122 66 31 20 12 6 6 THE BUZZER 1927 Conference Champions Prospects for a winning football team were not bright in September as live letter men had been lost by graduation the year before. Euclid Central surprised everyone, though, by going through the season without a defeat and was the first Conference team to win all games. Much credit is due to Coach Rader, and to the splendid co-operation of the faculty and student body. On October first the Euclid squad was first seen in action on the Euclid gridiron with the determination to win all the games, and started right off by de- feating Maple Heights 38-0. The following week the team journeyed to South Euclid, result Euclid 50, Brush 0. A week later, shivering in the cold and rain, the Euclid rooters saw the light Euclid team repel the strong Rocky River team on the one yard line. The following week the powerful Shaker Heights team was sub- dued. A long pass from Sadosky to Korencic, a few line plunges and, with the fight- ing spirit of the line at its height the plucky Euclid eleven defeated, in the last few minutes of play, john Marshall, the last of the strong Conference teams. Averaging a touchdown every two minutes the Euclid scoring machine defeated Longwood 65-0, Sadosky crossing the goal seven times during the game. The following week Mr. Rader and the boys went to West Commerce and added 69 more points to their total. On November 24 the Euclid team went to Shore and beat them at their own game. Playing on a very wet field, Shore had the advantage, but no team was to beat the Euclid team out of the laurels which were in their very reach. The last obstacle safely out of the way, the boys were the undisputed champions of the Greater Cleveland Conference. It is the ambition of every athlete to be nominated on an All Scholastic team. Four of the Euclid Central football team were placed on this team this year: Phypers, tackleg Powers, center, Sadosky, left halfbackg and Korencic, quarter- back. john Korencic, one of the best quarterbacks in the city of Cleveland, was captain of the team. john was high point scorer in 1925 and was nominated on the All Conference team in 1925 and 1926. Bernard Sadosky was nominated All Conference halfback and was high point scorer in Cleveland with a total of 122 points. He was selected by the Press as one of Cleveland's most valuable players. Henry Powers is to captain the 1927 team, and as only five members of the team will be gone Euclid Central should have another successful season. FINAL G. C. C. STANDINGS Games Won Lost Points Euclid Central 6 6 0 1.000 Rocky River 6 5 1 .836 Shaker Heights 6 4 2 .680 john Marshall 6 3 3 .500 Euclid Shore 6 2 4 .340 Longwood 6 1 5 .170 West Commerce 6 0 6 .000 i231 THE BUZZER 1927 - 5- - -z.. u S SSSS 1 fi 9 fr Boys Basketball Season THE TEAM Leonard Sadosky ...... ..,.,...................... .,...,.,.. L e ft Forward Orin Wadsworth ...... ....... R ight Forward Kenneth Spuhler ..,.,. ,,,,A,.,,,,,,,,,, C enter Bernard Sadosky ...... ....,...,,...... ....... . . . ...,. Left Guard John Korencic QCD ,...........,....,.,.,.,....,.,.......,......................... Right Guard Second Team: Joe Sintic, Henry Koll, Henry Powers, Vincent Caito, Spence Kline. Second Team Substitutes: Paul Clasen, Edward Steinbrenner, Russell Hanslik, jack Wedler, Robert Schmidt. THE SEASON Constant changes in the line-up hindered the progress of this yearis basketball team in the beginning of the season. A superior kind of foul-shooting by Wadsworth and excellent guarding by Korencic enabled the team to gain consistently, and to finish the season with a .533 rating. Wadsworth scored 174 points, more than half of the total for the team. His ability was recognized by the Plain Dealer sport editor who gave him a place on the first teamg and by the News, on whose second team he was honored. Capt. Korencic, after guiding a championship football team, took the reins once more and successfully pulled the Euclid squad through many difficulties. He is one of the best guards in the city, and will be missed next year. Bernard Sadosky is to captain the 1928 team. Good luck, Bernie. Euclid Central ,... 38 Mentor ..,,.,.,,,.,., 13 Euclid Central .... 29 Euclid Shore .... 24 Euclid Central ,... 16 Wickliffe ,........,.. 11 Euclid Central .... 32 W. Commerce ..30 Euclid Central .... 23' Alumni .............. 18 Euclid Central .... 17 Brush ................ 12 Euclid Central .... 13 Rocky River ...... 60 Euclid Central .... 22 Longwood .......... 34 Euclid Central .... 30 Fairport ............ 28 Euclid Central .... 23 Euclid Shore .... 2,4 Euclid Central .... 11 John Marshall ..19 Euclid Central .... 19 Rocky River .... 38 Euclid Central .... 16 Shaker Heights 21 Euclid Central .... 11 Longwo-od .......... 8 TOTALS-Euclid Central 290 Opponents 340. l29l HYW 7.2. .-, L . ,. THE BUZZER 1927 r',64,,Q he A l Giiirllsg Basket alllSeaso1n fj THE TEAM Catherine Hall ..,...,.,.........,,.,, ,.,,,, F orward Marion Phypers -4.-...... Forward Clara Hawk .....l.... Center Alberta Laufer Rosalind Fouts Marcia Parsons Side Center Substitutes: Helen Lake, Dorothy Hattendorf, Grace Amorosi. Another year has passed. With it goes the record of the 1926-27 basketball team. The season came to a -close much too quickly for our satisfaction. The girls were just beginning to get accustomed to one another and to get good team work, as their steady improvement during the season indicated. But one regular from last year's team remained, Alberta Laufer, side-center and captain, who certainly deserves much credit for the way in which she helped to form a new team. Coach Rader certainly endeared himself to the team, too, by the steady consistent interest he took in the proper development of the new group. The team also takes pride in the fact that it helped to encourage the talent of the younger classes, so that there will not be such a dearth of material in future years. All in all, the Girls' Basketball Team of 1926-27 strove for that honest, fair, and square sportsmanship, which will ever save Euclid's banner from being dragged in the mire. THE SCHEDULE Euclid Central ......... 22 Mentor ...... ........ l 7 Euclid Central ......... 10 Bedford ........... ........ 34 Euclid Central ......... 27 Berea .................. ........ l 6 Euclid Central ....... ......... A-2 " Rocky River ............ ........ 1 D1-'P Euclid Central ......... 25 Shaker Heights ...,.. ........ 5 Euclid Central ........ 9 Shore ................,. .,...,.. 2 1 Euclid Central ......... 26 Brush .....,......... ........ 2 6 Euclid Central ......... 421' Rocky River .... ..... 6 'Ll Euclid Central ,,....... 14 Bedford ........... ........ 1 2 Euclid Central ........ 13 Shore ............ ........ 1 2 Euclid Central ........ ........ 9 Alumnae ........ ........ 2 4 Total.. ............. ...... 2 39 Total ........ ..... 1 82 l30l THE BUZZER 1927 Calendar "Again the shadow moveth o'er The dial-plate of time." -Whittier. SEPTEMBER 13-First day of school. Homesick alumni come back to visit. 24-First football game of the season. Euclid vs. Maple Heights. Easy victory. OCTOBER 1-Euclid defeated Rocky River 7-6. Rain? Water everywhere. Our band made its debut. It was all wet. 8-Misscijhfcgrcla took us to Europe and back. Euclid vs. South Euclid. Six touchdowns! -si e. ' 15-Shaker Heights marked ol? the list, 6-0. Good work, Euclid. Journalism class enter- tained in Assembly. "With a buzz-buzz here, and a buzz-buzz there." 21-Senior party. A worm in the cider. 22-Euclid 13-John Marshall 7. A narrow squeak. Mr. Keay in knickers attracted much attention. 27-Only 65-6. Too bad, Longwood. 29-N. E. O. T. A. Meeting in Cleveland. No school! NOVEMBER 5-Girls' Glee Club "Come, Bring a Camera." ll-Margaret dFancourt failed to recite in History. Why? An unexpected Assembly perio . , 12-West Commerce defeated 19-0. 'Nother victory. 22-Visitor in Chem lab-gray kitten. "Here, kitty, kitty!" 24--Euclid vs. Shore. THE CUP IS OURS! Henry Powers chosen football captain for '27. Nine for Henry. Football banquet. Beans and Hamburg. DECEMBER 3--Sophomores entertained in Assembly. "Curses, What a Night." 8-Santa Claus and his reindeer visited Euclid. "Who said there wasn't a Santa Claus?" 18-Euclid vs. Wickliffe. First basketball game of the season. 19-junior party. Mistletoe 'n everything. 23-Christmas carols by the Girls' Glee Club. Seniors presented "Why the Chimes Rang" in pantomime. Euclid defeated Mentor. "Red-White, Fight-Fight!" 29-Alumni games. Good for the boys but not for the girls. JANUARY l-The morning after the night before. Ho Hum! 3-School again. Every one tired out. 7-Euclid vs. Rocky River. Too bad! 15--Fairport defeated. "Horse and wagon-Team, Team, Team." 21-Euclid vs. John Marshall. "lt's just our off day." 24-New 'si-zmester. Usual stunt-Freshmen get lost. 27-New Junior arrived-Bob Schmidt. Isn't he cute? Z8-Euclid vs. Shaker. Another off day. Picture show-"Pals First." "Chase me, girls, I'm Spanish." i311 THE BUZZER 1927 Compliments of . 45 + 51- - f :TANF ' ,f 1 ' nl, V no n 4, , Che Euclid Communitg Club I-321 THE BUZZER 1927 FEBRUARY 4-Basketball at Shore. A loss for the girls but a victory for the boys. 5-"Off With His Head" presented by the Latin students. ll-Overtime game with West Commerce. Fast and furious. Euclid on top. Euclid girls in tie game with Brush. 18-Longwood took us down a notch. Girls snowed under at River. 19-junior play, "Stop Thief." A lost ear-trumpet. 26-Euclid defeated Brush. MARCH 1-March came in like a lion. Hot dog. Early spring. 4-Mr. Metts of Shore talked in Assembly. . Topsy turvy evening. Euclid boys vs. Shore, 24-23, in favor of Shore. An unexpected defeat. Girls came out ahead. 5-Sophomore party. Mr. Keay can jump pretty high for a kiss. 9-Teachers entertained the Community Club. ll-The Hawaiians. 12-G. C. C. Tournament. Third place. Another cup! 15-Community Club Dance for Scholarship Fund. 18-"The Pot-Boiler" by juniors in Assembly. I9-Freshman party. Good music and an all-around good time. 21-Spring began. Br-r-r-r. Doesn't seem much like it. 25-Freshman program in Assembly. "A Maiden Vain of Dress." Spring vacation. "Now I can lie in bed till nine o'clock." 31-Went out like a lion. That old saying's the bunk. APRIL 4-Spring vacation ended. Oh Gee! Back to work again. 8-Operetta--"The Spring Maid". "A dignified position this for a lovely old Auntie." 9-Operetta at Shore. Which do you think was better? 15-Euclid at Bedford. First basketball game. Lost! 18-Boys appeared in shirt sleeves. Hot! l l 20-Music Memory Contest. 22-Baseball. Shore at Euclid. 29-Vice Versa. Euclid at Shore. Athletic Letters awarded. MAY 6-Commercial Department in Assembly. Baseball-Bedford at Euclid. National Honor Society took in new members. Senior athletes get gold balls. 13-Baseball-Euclid at Brush. Tournament preliminaries. 20-Baseball-Brush at Euclid. Senior play-"Mother Carey's Chickens." 21--Junior-Senior Prom. "Let's Waltz As We're Saying Goodbye." 30-Memorial Day. No classes. JUNE 1-Commencement Night. "Moonlight and Roses." "The Annual's here!" 3-The last day. Now for a real rest. i331 THE BUZZER 1927 HL1dSOH - - Essex 5 1 l I u . I , I Sales and Service The K. F. spur-.ETH Gompany Authorized Dealers E Dille Road and Euclid Avenue Kenmore 0562 The Fastest .felling Light .Fix in .Hmetica I 2 I l I l I u I341 THE BUZZER 1927 1. 1 I I E s of 5 COMMERCE, ACCOUNTS and FINANCE E N ARMY of students, 58,ooo, having attended the SPENCERIAN during E the 19 years that it has been training young men and women. E The unusual facilities now offered by SPENCERIAN cannot be fully E described. They must be seen to be appreciated. 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H 3201 EUCLID AVENUE Founded 1848 CLEVELAND Telephone Prospect 4500 L- ----- ---------- ------------------ ------------------------- r ------------------ ------ I I I I 5 EWM N I I I I s STUDIO Q ,, Photographers : QQ 'Qi 1.3 , : of Qualzty E Gi' I -3 fl . Th? S l Senior Pictures E 5 Were Made at This Studio E 1706 Euclid Avenue E Main 2333 2 -1-gn--1-----1- ---nun l35l THE BUZZER 1927 Appropriate Subjects For Essays fNo charge made for this service.1 The Responsibility of Being Sane .......,.,.,.............,.,...,.i,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, The Satisfaction of Being Well-dressed... Our Ragtime Age ....................................,,...... Gigglers and Growlers .... ..... Late Arrivals ...........................,., The Art of Eating Spaghetti ........ Automobile Society .....,.....,............ On Outgrowing One's Family ......... On Praying In Public .................... Pins or Angels? ....,...... Hu-man Blindness ,,,.. Dream Adventures ....... ...,.......... ........ H Present" ................. . ............................... .............. . On Being Good Company for One's Self ......... The Monotony of Being Go-od ..................... On Giving Advice ..............,.......... On Being Small ................ ,...... A Model Obituary ........ Our Nervous Age ....... Mental Laziness ........ ..............Ruth Davis ...........Pauline Johns . Florence Lindeman Kate and Berta, Inc. ..............Clara Hawk Koll, Mariang Paul, Kate ...............................Spence Kline .....Armand Foldessy .............Maurice Berg .......Clarence Moeller .........Easter Sanger ............Dick Gent .......Nei1 Schroeder .................,.Hester Rogers ......................Bern1e ..........Naomi Green ........Jack Wedler 'I -- 1,- 5 Compliments of the E Euclid Valle Savings and Loan Co. i361 THE BUZZER 1927 n ----------... ., I, ......................... Compliments X f Compliments Of Of Mir. and Mrs. R. CC. lFlUElLllfll'Z fx! THE AJAX MFG. C O. ----------------------------------------..i I F. B. TRACY, jr. EARL H. SMITH Euclid - Chardon - Garage - GENERAL REPAIRING Complete line of Firestone Tires and Tubes 21201 Euclid Avenue Kenmore 1031 --------- ------ -------g--------- Kenmore 983 We deliver EUCLID CHARDON HARDWARE Euclid at Chardon Road 66 G 227 See us for:- Gas Ranges Water Heaters Hot Plates Qflonnections freej ------------------- 37 THE BUZZER 1927 I Nr """"""""" "Mack Has It " L, Q63 NOTTINGHAM DRUG I. COMPANY E Comp :ments Kenmore 66 Kennlore 1079 5 of the Expert Prescription ASC S . erwce COMPANY 010 East 187th and St. Clair Compliments Of Three Friends C. B. KNUTI-I Grower of BEDDING PLANTS Wholesale GEARANIUMS a Specialty 'Es' Stop IOMZ Euclid Avenue Kenmore 0444W y . .... ...... - --- ...... --- I 38 THE BUZZER 1927 Famous Sayings Wilma Dickson-"Aw please wait. I just have to go to the postoflicei' Sophie Klemen fin Algebraj-"And then you times it by three." Francis Hodder-"What'd you say P" Mary Scott-"Pm just ravenous!" 5 Hubert Hawk-"Per gosh sakes!" x"'X Earl Williams-"D0n'cha think that's pretty good ?" Eldon Hammel-"Holy cats!" I Bob Webster-"Aw, geeli' R Posie Fouts-"My cowli' Ruth Rinzler-"Hm, so Isador!" Marvin Saefkow--"Wouldn't if I didn't have to." Willard Billheimer-"Hey, cut it out." Slava Kubik-"I don't think so. I'l1 see." Orin Wadsworth-"Any old day." Charles Wanstall-"And he says." William Hall-"Iz'at so ?" A Miss Burgess-"There's no need for such confusion." Miss Meyer-"Put that gum in the basket." Miss Leamon-"Now boys and girls." Mr. Sharrock-"Here boys, no noise in the halls!" Mr. Bay-"Now the primitive man . . . " Miss Faetkenheuer-"Yoo Hoo." X Compliments of THE AUSTIN GO Engineers and Builders 3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J i391 THE BUZZER 1927 Solon Drug Store I TOILET ARTICLES I SICK ROOM SUPPLIES I ----.----.-...--- I STATIONERY I I CANDIES I CIGARS I I FOUNTAIN SPECIALTIES I 21051 Euclid Avenue at Chardon Road THE EUCLID HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE Seeking a Knowledge of Business Procedure May Quickly Obtain it Through an Intensive Course at DYKE SCHOOL 90 BUSINESS 1001 HURON ROAD In Session Throughout the Year DAY and EVENING Member of National Association Accredited Commercial Schools --------------------------------------------------------g------------------------ I40l THE BUZZER 1927 Compliments Of ll. B. CLARK HENRY HERMLE Dealers in Goodyear Balloon and High Pressure Tires and Tubes 20890 Euclid Ave. ---------------------------------------- Nottingham Hardware W. M. Baker CUMPANY BARBER SHOP 'GT he Cornmlgllgf Storgg P and 'Y , PEE A PE BEAUTY PARLOR 18708 St. Clair Ave. Kenmore 0665 Cleveland, Ohio 18627 St. Clair Avenue SAND E U C L I D SLAC PLUMBING CINDERS S H O P OHIO COAL AND SUPPLY "D" COMPANY PLUM BIN G Babbitt Rd. and NK. P. R. R. H E I N G KENMORE 528 I SEWER PIPE oezao STONE 1564 C lzardon Road Kenmore 362 EUCLID, OHIO 41 THE BUZZER 1927 Rules We Like To Keep If you want to get rid of some gum that you have grown tired of chewing, just paste it on the closet desk, nobody'll know you did it if they accidently stick their finger in it. Don't bother walking to the basket when you have waste paperg put it in the study hall desk or on the floor. If you want to hold a conversation, the best place to hold it is the hallsg nobody cares because you're not in anyone's way. When your fountain pen won't write, shake the ink on the floorg you d'on't care if it stains the floors because you don't clean them anyway. lf you happen to come to class without paper, reach in a desk and take some. The party from whom you have taken it won't notice the absence of a couple of sheets. How nice it is to have your name carved or some of your art scratched on the desks of Euclid High! Writing with it beneath your paper is so much more interesting. Shingles LUMBER Millwork Consult us Call at our office Combination Garage for one of our Screen and Cottage Plan Books Storm Doors New Roof Free while they last. At Special Floor or Room Prices THE DILLE ROAD LUMBER CO. Kenmore 592 Kenmore 593 "Of particular service to Euclid and vicinity." isao DILLE Rom: l E rwin ing flo ers E E OF E Cleveland Specialists in E E A i O E E Snappy and rtzstzc E E Urchestra Arrangements 3 5 Always Something New E E at Our Store 5 E E E Announces Oar Prices Reasonable E E The Opening of His Summer " You'll Do Better Here " E Q Class In avans Flowers E 5 VIOLIN INSTRUCTION Eddy 8983 14136 Euclid Ave. E 5 20998 Euclid Ave. Kenmore 0l54M L l 42 1 THE BUZZER 1927 Compliments of The Goff-Kirby Coal Company COAL, FEED and BUILDER SUPPLIES -Hi' Chardon Rd. and NK. P. R. R JOHN SAEFKOW, Yard Manager 1431 THE BUZZER 1927 The Compliments ' Euclid Electric of AND Manufacturing E U C L I D Company ' CASH 5 MARKET Chardon Road Euclid Village E Kenmore 0647 i Euclid, Ohio -------.--------.-----.p-,----.an-------..------------.--.--.--------------Q------ High School Students .7 ! THRIFT is an ESSENTIAL in ATTAINING the GOAL of YOUR AMBITION SYSTEMATIC SAVINGS is the FOUNDATION of THRIFT THE PROBLEM of YOUR FUTURE will be more EASILY SOLVED if YOU have a SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH T H E Nottingham Savings 85 Banking COMPANY - Start One Today - ST. CLAIR AVENUE AT NOTTINGHAM ROAD I44l THE BUZZER 1927 A Midnight Wail That All May Hear Listen my children and you shall hear What we have done in shorthand this year, At first we thought it was lots of fun But later we found that the worst had begung For the hooks and circles must be just so, And we hadn't practiced them like that you know. When we wanted to read them, oh! what a job You couldn't tell if it was boob or bob. And soon we found out what home work meant, When two or three hours each evening we spent, Ten lines of each we had to write Two and three pages we had to recite, Harder and harder the lessons grew The more we had, the less we knew, When it came to a test, oh! such a grade Sixty or seventy was the most we made. Our teacher became disgusted with our class And told us to wake up or we wtouldn't pass, Since then we have been studying our lessons more Getting better grades than we did before, I wonder if Stenog's we ever will be. We think so, but probably youill not agree. Best Wshes of the Eu lid ran and lloit 0. To all Pupils and Graduates of biwzzd jibigh CSL-hoo! gunna n------- np--- ----------------------------------------------.a5 li i l45l THE BUZZER 1927 Mabel Gorham Hester ST' JOHQVS DRUG STORE 20998 Euclid Avenue Photo Finishing 5 Kenmore 0154M ii Eddy 6852 We Deliver .. ...... ...............,.....,,... ,,,... . , .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Get Your Copy Eaurlly P Since the Junior play, various members of the Junior Class have decided to publish information gained in their wide dramatic experience. The books may be had on request from the authors, and are as follows: "Dessertations on How to Open an Unlocked Safe," by Neil Schroeder. "How to Keep the Right Time," by Henry Koll. "When is a Kleptomaniac not a Kleptomaniac ?', by Maurice Berg and Clarence Moeller "Eartrumpets I Have Tried," by Clara Hawk. "Why l am an Episcopalianj' by Russell Hanslik. "How I Made My Honest Start," by Henry Powers. g -----------.-..--------- ---------------- EUCLID FUEL 5 SUPPLY E COMPANY Babbitt Rd. and N.Y.C.R.R. Day Phone Kenmore 0721 Night Phone Kenmore 1085R Dealers in Quality Coal 5 Blue Star and Anchor Coal A Specialty L. E. Stevens, Mgr. R. C. Nourse, Rep. FLOYD B. STEIN PAVING and SIDEWALK CONTRACTORS STEAM and DOMESTIC COAL of All Kinds Yard and Ollice Babbitt Road and Nickel Plate R. R. Euclid, 0hio Kenmore 0089 I iL..-------.------- ---------------- .----- ------------- ------ ------al 46 THE BUZZER 1927 Theo. Yahraus 21109 Euclid Ave. BARBER SHOP -A : I .- I ll L iBIaok Knight, BLACK KNIGHT IS ONE COAL ON THE MARKET THAT IS REALLY HIGH-GRADE. EXCEPTIONALLY HIGH IN HEAT AND LOW IN ASH URBAN and SCHAEFER V----------------------------------------- pu- -------------1----- Euclid Gift Shop Greeting Cards for Every Occasion A full line of Dennison Goods Fi' I l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Kenmore 0718 EDWARD A. STANTON Authorized FORD Dealer Cars and Trucks 18901 St. Clair Ave, Cleveland ------------------------------------------ 5 I u.------------------------------------------ Compliments of '6 GEORGE " AT FISHER'S 20979 Euclid Ave. Kenmore 0957 H I n l l l l I 1 l u l u I l u l ! PHARMACIST' DRUGS and JEWELRY ATWATER-KENT RADIOS Nottingham, Ohio :--------------------------------.-------- I Compliments of the AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS COMPANY Euclid, Ohio P. E. Ensminger, Agent -Q------------1--- --------- ---1 I Buy your Paint, Varnish, Water- proofing and Roof Coating Direct from the Factory THE Continental Products COMPANY E. 222nd and Nickel Plate R. R. Euclid, Ohio Your friends and neighbors know our quality F I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ! I,.-----.------.---------------------------- EUCLID PARK MARKET EDDY 0645 17805 EUCLID AVE. L. Kresse QUALITY FRESH, SMOKED and SALT MEATS OYSTERS and FISH in SEASON ------------------------------------------ Engravings in this book made by The Canton Engraving 6: Electrotype Co. Canton, Ohio --------------------- -----al 5 I47 ----------------------------------------- THE BUZZER 1927 T he Most Wonderful Thzng in the World N. SEIQWIICE OTHER LOVE is the most wonderful thing in the world. The care, love and loyalty given by mothers the world over makes their lives an endless act of Service. And so with friendship--the friendships we most enjoy are those in which the element of Service is interwoven. Quality plus Service. "He profits most who serves best." We maintain the same pride in our store that a mother takes in her children. It is our desire to express our friendship for our customers in terms of Service. Our aim is to serve our customers well at all times. We have not the only place to Eat-There are many others-- BUT " THERE IS A DIFFERENCE " W . B. I-I I L L More than twenty years at Euclid Avenue and Chardon Road p-.-----------q-------- --------- .------------------------------p-- l48l ' W' :wa . . if- fiF3k':7,- Q" f. TFP:-' -14:f"4 ' fi. ,391 La f ' 2'?'."'fi4r?r1?Mi'sf2" Ti. if' .:SJf?"'I,'??'f125"f1 'jf' Q'-fC,f4"H1,,'iSY"IQ. 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