Euclid Shore High School - Shore Log Yearbook (Euclid, OH)

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French Club, 3, 4. Senior Play IRENE AITKEN "There is a garden in her face Where roses and white lilies blow." Vice President Class, 3, 4. Editor-in-Chief, Magazine, 3, 4. Distinguished Roll, 3, 4. President Student Council, 3, 4. Delphicg President, 4. Glee Club, a leading role in Operetta, 4. French Club, 3, 43 Sec., 3, Pres., 4. Kamera Klub, 3. Athletic Board, 4. Contest Winner in Dramatics, 4. Valedictorian Senior Play BERNARD DAW "Life's a jest and all things show it, I thot so once and now I know it." Orchestra, 2, 3, 4. Glee Clubg a leading role in Operetta, 3. Delphic Radio Club, 3. SAM DISANTIS "He has an athletic turn of mind." Varsity Football, 4. Varsity Basketball, 4. Track, 43 Wrestling, 4. Glee Club. Shoronian. l2l S E N I O R I S S U E FLORENCE EDMONDS "And lzer modest ways and graceful air Show her wise and good as she is fair." Rooters' Club, 4. Clee Club. Shoronian. JERRY GRoss1viAN "Knightliest of the knightly race Since the days of old." Varsity Football, 2, 3, 43 Captain, 3, 4. Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Captain 4. Tennis, 2, 3. ' Athletic Committee, 3. Student Council, 4. Glee Club, Leader, 2, 3. Senior Play, 3, 4. Delphicg Cheer Leader, 2, 3, Vice President, 4. RUTH HERMLE "Her ways are ways of pleasantness And all her paths are peace." Literary Editor, Magazine, 3. Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Varsity, 3, 4. Glee Club. Fren-ch Club, 3, 4. Kamera Klub, 3, 45 Secretary, 4. Delphic. GLENN HERRICK "Music can soften pain to ease, And make despair and madness please." Basketball, 3, 4. C-lee Club. Delphic. Senior Play l3l Vi SHORE HIGH SCHOOL SHELDON CARNEY "1 never saw so young a body On so old a head." Class Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4. Business Manager Shore Breezes, 4. Athletic Committee, 3. Distinguished Roll, 3. Kamera Klub, 3, 43 Vice President, 3, 4. Shoronian. French Club, 4. Basketball, Senior Team, 4. CARL BRIGLEB "But more advanced, behold, with strange surprise i New distant scenes of endless science rise." Editor Shore Breezes, 3, 4. Sports Editor, Magazine, 3, 4. Basketball, 3, 4, Manager, 4. Kamera Klub, 3, 4. , Student Council, 4. Delphic. , Senior Play ELEANOR HOWARD "Pleasures are ever in our hands or eyes." Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 43 Manager, 3. Orchestra, 4. ' C-lee Club. Delphic. LETCHER I-IUTCHINS "Great wits sometimes may gloriously offend, ' And rise to faults true critics dare not mend." Associate Editor, Magazine, 3, 4. Advertising Committee, 3. l Basketball, 3. Rooters' Club, 4. French Club, 3, 4. Kamera Klub, 3, 4. Shoronian. Contest winner in dramatics, 4. Senior Play l4l SENIOR ISSUE STANLEY KIRCHNER "Oh, young Lochinvar is come out of the west When he makes love he is at his best." Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club. Shoronian. Senior Play CLIFFORD LATOUR "True wit is nature to advantage dressedf Rooters' Club, 4. Glee Club. . Basketball, Junior Team. Delphic. Senior Play MARGUERITE LA VOIE "Oh, fairest of the rural maids, Thy birth was in the forest gladesf' Class Secretary, 3. Basketball, 2, 3, 4g Varsity, 3. Rooters' Club, 4. Clee Club. Kamera Klub, 4. Delphic. ETHEL MEI-ILBERG "A nice little girl With a quiet little way." Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Rooters' Club, 4. Glee Club. French Club, 3. Delphic. l5l i J V, U., 9, . 'Q 1'3" xii. - .A.S' SHORE HIGH SCHOOL ROSEMONTANA "And keener lightnings quicken in her eyes." Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club. French Club, 3, 4. Shoronian. LA VERNE OLSON "She is a maid of faultless grace, Gentle of form and fair of face." Glee Club, President, 4. Leading parts in Operetfas, 2, 3, 4. Contest winner in dramatics, 3, read- ing, 4. French Club, 3, 4. Delphicg Secretary-Treasurer, 4. Senior Play ROSE PILLA "Her eyes as stars of twilight fairg Like twilighfs, too, her dusky hair." Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club. French Club, 3, 4. Shoronian. EVELYN STOCKALL "So modest simplicity Sets off sprightly wit." Clee Club. 3, 4. Orchestra, 3, 4, Secretary, Librarian, 4. Delphic. l6l SEN I O R ISSU E GEORGIA THRONE "She's pretty to walk with And witty to talk with." Class President, 23 Vice-President, 3. Associate Editor, Magazine, l, 2, 3, 4. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Manager, 4. Glee Club. French Club, 3, 43 Secretary, 4. Kamera Klub, 3, 43 President 4. Shoronian. GLADYS WILMS "Maiden, with meek brown eyes, In whose orbs a shadow lies." Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club. Rooters' Club, 4. French Club, 3, 4. Shoronian. Senior Play HOMER WATKINS "His heart is like a street car, l E Ever full, but always room for one moref' Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4. Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club. Kamera Klub, 3, 45 President 3. Assistant Stage Manager, 3, 4. Delphic. Senior Play LW: .ss eAutog1"aphs I7 1 SHORE HIGH SCHOOL EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief IRENE AITIQ EN Associate Editors GEORGIA THRONE MARGARET CLARK ADA CORNWALL BETTY SCHUBERT Business Managers CARL BRIGLEB LETCHER HUTCHINS DICK TIIvIIvIs WILLIAM PoEsE ARTHUR KECK Cartoorzist OLIVE RooT Typist EVELYN STOCKALL Advisor Miss CLARE SWARTZ Behind every project there is someone who bears the responsibility of its success. So, in the making of this magazine, there has been such a sponsor to advise, direct, and inspire us, the members of the staff. That person is Miss Clare E. Swartz of the faculty. It was ,she who urged us to be ambitious, made us face facts when we were too enter- prising, and inspired us to a high level of excellence. A graduate of Wellesley College, Miss Swartz has also spent a year at the University of Chicago. She has taught in high school and college in the South, has traveled widely in the West, in Europe, and the Orient. From the varied background of her training and experience she has given to us generously. We are fully aware of the help she has rendered us in the making of this magazine and take this occasion to thank her. If these lines appear in the magazine, it is only because they have escaped her modest eye. -The Staff. ISI SENIOR ISSUE FOOTBALL, 1924 The football year in 1924 was very successful for Shore. The first year in the Greater Cleveland Conference brought new glory and honor, and put Shore in the limelight more than in any other year. Before the season began Shore was doped to win last place, or sixth at the most. The critics knew little of us. A green team and a new coach usually are not very favorable to a team's prospects. However, Coach "Ma" George Burkett and the boys of his squad set out to show the critics and the fans of Cleveland that there was such a place as Shore, and that it was an important place. And they did it! A hard working team and a hard working coach brought Shore up to an enviable position in the conference. Good clean playing, hard lighting, and Hne team-work gained respect and honor beyond all that Shore had seen before. First and foremost among the players was Captain jerry Gleitz. Playing his last year for Shore, he was one of the outstanding stars of the conference. His all around pass-work, his running, and his kicking were known and feared all over the circuit. All opposing teams tried to stop him, but couldn't. He scored in every game but the one with john Marshall, and was the second highest point scorer of the conference. Needless to say, jerry will be sadly missed next year. Other seniors on the team were "Stan" Kirchner, joe Kremm, "Monk" Watkins, and Sam Disantis. The first three mentioned were playing their second or third year for Shore, and made their last one the best. All were regulars, and were noted for their aggressive spirit and clean sportsmanship. Sammy, tho a new- comer, soon won his way into the hearts of all loyal Shorites, and demonstrated his right to a place on the team. His work in the Marshall and Shaker games secures him an everlasting place in Shore's Hall of Fame. Other players who won the green "S" are Dick Timms, john Bestgen, Hack McGrath, "Curly" jackson, Tony Skubic, john Kleifield, and Hubert Watkins. All showed sterling qualities, and we can rest assured that with these men to carry on the cause of Shore and win new fame and glory, the future of Shore football is very bright. Among the substitutes, Bill Gill, Roxy Montana, and Tony Yurglic deserve mention as promising men next year. Some praise should also be given to john Luikart, the manager. He was always on the field, rain or shine, and his assistance to the coach and to the team was invaluable. OUR COACH Last fall we received a noteworthy addition to our teaching staff when George "Ma" Burkett came here from Ohio University to be our new coach. He got to work as soon as school started, and soon showed the football squad that he knew his business. He made a good, almost a championship team, out of a squad of green rookies and a few veterans. But it was in basketball that "Coach" starred. With even less letter men than in football, he succeeded in putting together a real winning combination, and then gave them the fighting spirit and confidence in themselves that carried them thru to a well-deserved championship, even tho it was a tie. A large part of our teams' success was due to with his lighting spirit. his tireless energy, and his knowledge of sports. Three cheers for Coach Burkett. and may he be with us long! l9l SHORE HIGH SCHOOL Cn W5 H 1.25.2 FOOTBALL SQUAD, 1924 Luikart, Watkins, IVlcIver, Skubic, Timms, Gill, Kirchner, Jackson Coach Yurglic Montana, McGrath, Grossman. Watkins, Bestgen, Kleifeld Disantis Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore... .. Shore Shore. . . SHORE HIGH SCORES, 1924 Longwood . . . W. Commerce john Marshall Willoughby . . Rocky River . Shaker Heights Euclid ...... SENIOR ISSUE BASKETBALL, 1925 Shore's basketball season, like the football season, was a success, only more so. The boys knew that hard work was necessary to make a good showing, so when the call for basketball players went out, a large squad reported to Coach Burkett. This squad was soon cut to about 20 players and then the real work began. After the fundamentals came some new plays, and team-work was stressed as being very important. By the time the season opened the first string men were in good condition, and arearin' to go. West Commerce, Longwood, Euclid tnon-conferencel, Rocky River, and Euclid again were met and defeated in rapid succession. Then we were upset by john Marshall. By defeating Shaker Heights the following week we finished in a tie for the championship of the Greater Cleveland Conference. Hard work, the desire to win, good support by loyal Shorites and the dandy new suits combined to make a very successful season. Shore has every reason to be proud of her record this year, and can look forward to a very successful year next year, as only one regular, Sammy Disantis, and one sub, Homer Watkins, leave us. Sammy was a star all year, was high point scorer in conference for Shore, and was picked on the all-conference team. Monk was unfortunate in having serious illness keep him out of basketball practice early in the season and this was probably what kept him on the bench most of the time. Dick Timms, our captain, was another star, and was also picked on the all- conference team. Dick is an all-round man but his responsibilities as captain seemed to interfere with his work on the team this year, and his playing suffered. Hack McGrath, Tony Skubic, and Edward Osborne complete the list of Shore's stars. All were good players, and all should improve in the years to come. Shore is lucky in having such men to count on in the future. Oh, yes, there are two substitutes, johnny Kleifield and "Stub" Bob Jennings. Both showed up well when they got a chance to play. We might also mention that shortly after the season began Carl Brigleb was elected manager and Kenneth Vogel assistant manager. Kenneth will be the full-fledged manager next year. OUR SECOND TEAM At the beginning of the season the conference officials decided to schedule second team games with the first teams. Accordingly our second team also played before us. They made a poor start, but finished in a blaze of glory, defeating Euclid, john Marshall, and Shaker Heights. The second team contained the follow- ing players: Hubert Watkins, jim Brazee, Kenneth Waterbury, Roxy Montana, Bill Haw, john Luikart, Tony Yurglic, and Bill Gill. All should be real stars next year. QAutog1"aphs I 11 l SHORE HIGH SCHOOL fswfpe - 3 Jstwfff H611 huriii McGrath, Watkins, Brigleb, Osborne, Jennings. Metts, Disantis, Timms, Skubic, Kleifeld, Coach. FIRST TEAM SCORES, 1925 Shore .... .,..... 2 4 West Commerce ,. 10 Shore .... 24 Longwood ....... . 22 Shore .... .. . 25 Euclid ...... . . . . I7 Shore .... . . . 31 Rocky. River ..... . 26 Shore .... . . . 20 Euclid .......... . 12 Shore .... . . 8 john Marshall .... I3 Shore .... . . . I7 Shaker Heights . . . 15 TOURNAMENT Shore .... 12 Euclid ll Shore .... 16 YPrep... ....2O 1121 SENIOR ISSUE Georgia Throne, Mgr., Peggy Clymer, Rosy Pilla, Ruth l-lermle, Eleanor Howard. Mr. Burkett, Coach, Elizabeth Moffet, Rose Montana, Winifred Myers, Capt., Alice Smith, Nan Calhoun, Miss Aingworth, Mr. Metts. GIRLS' BASKETBALL The girls' basketball season this year was not as bright as it might have been, not because the girls didn't try hard, but because the quality of the opposing teams was too high. Every time the Shore girls met a team in their own class, it was a massacre, and the Shore squaws didn't get the worst of it. Mayfield was one team that met this sad fate. Spencerian was another. A tie game with Chagrin Falls was well-earned, and should have resulted in a Shore victory. Outside of these three games Shore met defeat at every turn. Captain Win Meyers played a fine game all year, as did forwards Eleanor Howard and Alice Smith. Their greatest trouble seemed to be in locating the basket. Red Clymer made a good jumping center, and Ruth Hermle and Rose Montana were very capable guards, but had lapses of ineffectiveness. Substitutes Nan Colquhoun. Rosy Pilla, Marguerite LaVoie, Elizabeth Moffet, and one or two others were always ready to go in and play their heads off when they got the chance. Nan seems to be the most promising one of the bunch. Win Myers, Eleanor I-loward. Ruth Hermle, Rose Montana, and Rosy Pilla leave us this year. i131 ......1-..-1-. SHORE HIGH SCHOOL CROSS BABIES Clnc They vlvere b inmpled, Cutie bull' QT' 9 W and.i how 'they t STL IOTS TTHY 'repu 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 DESCRIPTIONS Unbobbedg independent Sisterly ah'ection personified Her features are her fortunes jerry's vision One of a pair of turtle doves jazz specialist Sweetest flower that blows Hermit of Shore Inspiration of the title Girl Shy One who wants to be loved l14l SENIOR ISSUE LITERARY SOCIETIES CONTEST WINNERS, 1925 PERMANENT AWARDING OF SILVER CUP THIS YEAR AFTER THREE YEARS OF CONTESTING Three years ago our literary societies, the Delphics and the Shoronians, planned to compete for a silver cup to be awarded after three annual contests. The name of the winning society and the names of the individual winners were to be engraved each year on the cup. In the spring of 1923 the first contest was held. At that time Mary Tryon was president of the Delphics, and Kathleen Hamilton president of the Shoronians. The Delphics were the first victors. The following persons were individual winners of that contest: Mar-y Brazee ........ S. Raymond Smith ...... S. Katherine Curtis ..... D. Mary Tryon ......... D. Ruby Lorden ........ S. Emmett Weihs ....... D. The next year an innovation was introduced in the form of preliminary contests during the year. The society winning the most points was to be awarded one point toward the final Contest. fRuby Lorden was elected president of the Shoronians, and Caesar Strasbourger, president of the Delphics. The Shoronians successful in the pre- liminaries, won the second final contest. The individual winners were the following: Mary Brazee ........ S. La Verne Olsen ...... D. Ruby Lorden ........ S. William Poese ....... S. Dorothy Lovejoy ..... S. Louis Tankard ....... D. This last year Irene Aitken was elected president of the Delphics and Winifred Myers president of the Shoronians. Preliminary contests were held throughout the year, the Shoronians being victorious and thus earning one point toward the final contest. On March 27 of this year the final and deciding contest was held. Plenty of excitement attended it. The Shoronians came out ahead and being victors twice out of the three years, were awarded permanent ownership of the cup. The individual winners were the following: Irene Aitken ........ D. La Verne Olsen ...... D. Letcher Hutchins ..... S. Louis Tankard ....... D. Goldie Kovacic ...... S. Two members of the faculty have been largely responsible for the splendid work of the literary societies. They are Miss Mitchell who sponsored the Delphics, and Miss Doutt who sponsored the Shoronians. T151 SHORE HIGH SCHOOL 'J-'V Q W an 0' . 'I " ',s E' M1 H. I , MSI' ' l, X ',-- W X A ff- jr"- qi-?i ,,Q:ir K ,. 'Mr U A 44, X' it .f , xx Em, xi . I, ZXEQYJ N ' ' 5""'f ' """ Ni 'xxm , U-'rr fwfv . ,Jiri -QQ- if 1 .I 'fa ,, ,fa N arv R A V In ' ' X gf, v ,Ax 4.9 A ,350 ,N ,V , ,jXsi"" I' ii.. . xv- ,.....4, k... ,M-,- JFS . fxgg, . J ge' RL 'il it x x 0 'I 77 'f,5- gh -5 . ,,,Q.v ' fa' U61 SENIOR ISSUE Gm T'Y'w: Qkfkmm E 554u1fclus'i Fwms N.....X , 17 .lvdlihufamgrap SHORE HIGH SCHOOL my. 4 V V., 5 'L,." TJU ST' T WO O,JiERO3S 4 ENN I: WE SEVEN CHUVXS H ...M .- 118 QI v .li H M W-' .. Cliff? - -A ,fA,L,.A 1. xx.. 5,4--A SENIOR ISSUE ' OUR JUNIOR CLASS President ........................ ......... L ours TANKARD Vice-President .... ......,..... K ATHERINE Down Secretary .......... .............. M ARIE GUENTHER Student Conncilors. . . . . .ADA CORNWALL, KIOHN LUIKART Colors ............ ........... C RIMSON AND SILVER Sponsor .................... ................. M R. BURKETT THERE ARE GAINS FOR ALL OUR LOSSES "There are gains for all our losses, There are balms for all our pains: But when youth, the dream, departs, It takes something from our hearts, And it never comes again." -Richard Henry Stoddard. We, the junior Class, are grateful to our sponsor, Mr. Burkett, for his guiding hand. QAutog1".aphs I 19 1 SHORE HIGH SCHOOL ' -1 ri- g.. :, -, 'ns ' A ,L Q K . rm- -g?l'Jl ""'fu 5 , E lgmfigwlgighy-'ml Vg I il :A 3:- - ' S'3?5i:1rf'j,gf ,f'21.',1".3:. . . 'I ,I as, .' 'Q ' -..' If '+ e-Pi "gi-251314 WI N ' -' Jw: 1 .1 'if-' ,e ' 'fix . -N ' - .f I. " 4. A- .1 if 2 -- -5 w . . ' sf'-'V .'i 4. M., - .mf-.. 1 ,vm - I- - ' ' Q v. - -, we shawl, I -. i. - ,..,. 045 , -sg?-Q 3. Mr- , .rx Wrg. 'I , . . I.. - f A f I I. .-,yy .s :- V,-wyag x ,.q'v.,-.yfffg . M - '?:':.i'?NSi: . pls' 'ni . 'ff' fn, 'H A - B.. .,rz.Z1'34' .7-. 5.22. JF'f'r:"t .' ff- -Q-Wffl. f .' OUR SOPHOMORE CLASS President ...................... ELIZABETH MOFFET Vice-President .... . ....... TONY YURGLIC Secretary .............. ..... A LICE SMITH Student Council Member .. ...RUSSELL AITKEN Sponsor ............... ...... M ISS MITCHELL Class Colors ....... ........ C HERRY AND WHITE Class Flower ........................... CARNATION When we sophomores entered Senior High at Shore, our virtues were recognized by no one. But the upper classmen set us a good example to follow and our kind and understanding teachers led us into the right paths of learning. Our class then became organized with the help of Miss Swartz, our class advisor. Soon came football and basketball to claim our wandering interest and we were the witnesses of many victorious games. Some of us became more than spectators and found our way to the sub's bench or to the second teams. Our freshman year ended with a feeling of independence that was fairly won. In our sophomore year we lost no time in finding our places in the organizations and activities of the school. We were not only interested in the winnings of sport champion- ships but also in the Glee Clubs, the Orchestra and Literary Societies. Miss Mitchell was elected sponsor. We are still contesting for the highest place in our studies. We hope that our class will increase in wisdom, spirit, enthusiasm and loyalty, so that after we have finished school we shall be proud to say that we were members of the class of 1927. QAutog1"aphs l20 l SENIOR ISSUE THE FRESHMAN CLASS President ........................... HAROLD BOOK Vice-President .... ..... E LEANOR HART Secretary ........ ..... 'I 'HEODA LUIKART Student Councilor . . . ......... FORDYCE LUIKART Colors ......... ........... M AROON AND GOLD Motto .... AIM HIGH FOR SHORE H101-1 Sponsor ............................. Miss SWARTZ The freshman class is full Of pep. With Shore High School they're right in step. On the ladder of fame They will play the game, And continue to climb, you bet. Qflutogfaphs l21 1 'N SHORE HIGH scHooL JUNIOR HIGH IJ" X7 -L.: ' ' , , W,W.,.W , v Y f V mm , - ,Qi-1-4 ,E2f1?'L-'f"s,.:f,,,af-'- in ,-gg, "ww-J- J ,,-1-.5,f .- I' 4.-4 .9 m,u..,.-Q'-f324w.,f:..w. fu, + A. - ag,-4 ,FQ - .:, .4 ,-.aw ' -. X. , . 1' f -fr ' xi: "M - , ' fx- "f'4e..!.fgil1:.ifiC,f'?Y.3'L-Q"' L,-5':f f f1,..3,5f-Q' 'E fm - 1. limi Y- , .3'?m.0-i.-'-1u"5 ffe9J.1,3,L.u1g-.,Jf- if-"sf Sv s Class S-A is wry Class 8-B I 22 1 SENIOR ISSUE JU IOR HIGH 'J 'Lv " -' "' ' M. M. , V, Av, , V., ..mpf-fr ' hw 'npaej. X ww" "'1 '4r'Srv'-m.:1,,-z'v- , 4 . S .,,.,.N- W-wx 'g,,mwz':Qwf+q:'f5:r+' A . -'A f K ,Z ... Q47 ,M-Y yd , mv, M Rb, Y 1 X H., X Q. ,x1g3f , ,1 ,W A . . . 'L f Sggim , Y Q i . - A ,W ,lg b..-wkafx QQ, in , ,Nh --M4533 - ,:., V, K K 5" V4 1 Y, ,-.. ,,,'y, ,, ,, ,- V- V , X V-W X Luv Jw. , :.Arx,:e,,:,r,,,,, Sag 4 HK- , 2' ' ww., -I "rv-w,.'. ,V .M "A 'S f -. SL, . 3 ,,,,ff-"'f:,w ' J , exe, , wlww., , S , . 3 Q .N .. .fp Q, , ,M , ff, wffy-N -Q-, 1 ,. . v 1, swf. X. :A 3j:,,,,,, M, I Ay- -W .K K- , 1,1-My W- ,Q ML QS , , SVN,-ifkfff X X, 'Q,7fgli'S.5gfJ'5Q,?4Z'??y 55, qvf -'Q' w -.V-, if 'W 'A M 'gwsfkwwf-wgz.,,,18v-'x mf" -:jf fxf?',Z?5fSk-7, S mg, .,,, Sf 5 5 ,-5:-ff 'gig yin, . ,-f'v- " my , y-, .-.ng fy .. . 1 f-S f 1512- ..,. ..:?.SA:.. .gsmvgssfxf -rm? . L" ff- W ..., ,.., Q- V N322 a Acsfgifl.. f.- X. ,.'. ' I .7xim..1',:1+..,-' Class 7-A Wo? 5- 3 !'lN'5'2'.ffw 'Sw 0' 3 .rr i.a,,Af. i 9. K ,. I, ff'?'ff"?", I ,. . f ,.Q-ffaggfgiff, 1- "jf", A ,. ' 1' V. w.:0',NfS 5 V ,U , I. ' ' Yi sf 'lfftfzz .fA.xa1' . ge- WW' "" W " Class 7-B l23 1 I .N-L 'if SHORE HIGH SCHOOL ix 2 Z Y, 4 x, Q-..... ...... ,H , A x ...wg-. . u..,...,w ...,...-4-..... -TTI, , ,z,,,W,T7, , -A W Q-"iff,-'fv , 'gf , R4 s2f..'-- 1 f. t I LQ' H ' ' .. "5 'N " iffy-'rffff v. rj ww 'R' 1.4 ZQ, ,gf - -3,15 x l . 4, 7 5 .1 ' V. . " ,f-wiQiI 1 ' -,fffifii ', ', I -in O I-LEP? H1-3-LU H .-,.....,-K, ...........,.4..M .. A ,,...-,,M.h. ,,.L...x.,....,............,......,................:...g... ' l24l 4 , SENIOR ISSUE X x 25 'fbi SHORE HIGH SCHOOL Senior fl-lobbies GI 914 Y S RLBIING wxgef- Siwfhg, uv :N tis 'J 1. lm 'SPOHS yjix vii?-"1' 0321 nr - x 'if ,K 9'R1ccK! J -K ff. li? WN " , K 1' ,fEl,ML,1" 'Wh' 19 ' L' H Q "' In H ,,. 3 'F Lihrnce ggi.. Xfffif 4 L Edmow --- KW H W? k H RQQQQJ a -26 LW ' 1 xfflflf Vf ',A'O 5 A mse'Y3m- 'aw' ' 31117 lf,Z'ZF.fEc Vf M14 W? 5171.4 'milf' , hi ' 0 sxempre mah . Hawm-J QMVM-4. 7-lvvvrmc, W , , Lovwvhc- X3-Tsvv if , 3-fn-+3 Q ,A ' I .. , if . . XX 9315 SEXFIW 4,5 KX , J f X, af if , W1 iw 5,7 H f iw' X1 W f ffl 01,:,:.f,,.1, Q! ,U Cn llwfrlg ' ,,,......:' . 4 . Hhl an xr f G . 9, f f' 1 5 9 HR-lf' E FF' W A f v . J X 'W h RDAMD Q1 5 5494 I n I --J fig! 1 lil ix ,, . ,jw l261 SENIOR ISSUE Senior 'I-lobbies f 3 : Lvrcher- 3 Sym-is Q! J f .Q 0- ' , If " A 'B r- Um-01, "'JQa,' R ."'-Q ,W 'P " GRE! Q' E- 1 u I- If 1 al 1 1146 shvwrti I .M av - .Q ' f S X . 1 YM' X ' we 1 To VU. 1 Hem- i UQ S -rm nv T1-, i, A X ' X is 'IL E P S 26. Aa 7 mms X Sim din-Y-K A 33653 Sh diem GXQ11 Herrick L 'gg L1Yu-hc S'-"'f"iY ggyd f LIQWEQ OX S051 X 85,1241 Glorc-12. fllxjl 3,198 out I Thrvhf W N kfifig' -n-' x jjj, ' g ff 'ff ' Dames-nc Q Vi 4 ff 4 3, 1 ,, K : + 94 A ,, V Qt Il, NM 11 x' ff' X 3' A 'ffasff' 'J fa? 5 7 is-jk' fi ef' Q VMC, 7 ,' .ft-gm' A . y I 9 'YIQTUPCS 6' ' N Lv UQ. if I R!..T'11n-nf' E271 Senior Hobbies f SHORE HIGH SCHOOL JPV"Y""G CUPII V S75-,whey Y' I X K High ' h13s7'GlU8"lfC , f f lx dk : I Lavay 5 U ' XX! N .L 1 ,fffzfij S1 ' O Milf' . 5-:ff f Q-lrxvcz ' , du V' 1 ft ' 'No J ix , if .,. w W fi F ' W W . ff! , q ' I x - , W 5 gf!! 4' - , 1 1 g if V Hwn. , - , A 'I ' I X 'K' A. 7 .r f X 1 ' l , 145 I 5 .A 4 ' A ! .SX PWJ -Vgwrizsi O ,QA BZ-'BG' ,.'. ' f-ff f gg' ' I3 G! 'Eff ff L5 x l ,I fx S Udy H171 ,ll Qi? o . U16 I m I lg L LN Q4 1.1 CMN ' ff M E, - J kf-33f,aff: -' , :r:.L:':1::? f W ' 9 W W nu- +4 iig9??g 4 W! -an 'P'-H1 vw 'mr gffgg 1 if ff f ti Mhxtxgliuili- . 'MAL' Tqohikna. 'Tb an-n rf ,haha FHTKU1 'Tnkmc' I231 SENIOR ISSUE .. Q15 f ' . 7 - , yy W ,. N J 6 z 2 , f f - ' 4,2 ix' 3" .1418 X' ,- , ,Q , ' Ms., fgw 1- ' 1' 14' 'ff g Q Q X, ' Q if I Q- 'Mb , ' Sf , mg. fa' 5 fi, " Q. - 1. , ' " J ,AW s " -u fl f . ,Ir 3 N j: ,,,. H .,.. D .. vt M 3 5 A 5 Q it fl Us as M ,, ' 'Sip J' " .M - - if 4 J H ff- S -Asif' W' 1 SQ -LATIN' ' ,Qi SN H x y , X I-291 'WGN . 1 SHORE HIGH x 7!IIC!'II'1LVl H-4 ff r OZ! SCHOOL O .Q .F ,H -,- -sf W 93' 2 30 SENIOR ISSUE 'G' 4 J- RUN 31 SHORE HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL CLUBS MJ, 11" ' : ff'3?1gf'9r'5 1 'D W 4 is-4 Jw" if . , A 'FF' " my-, . O ii f.rlz?W4 -' MQW I3-21 SENIOR ISSUE ORCH El EXTRA I-331 SHORE HIGH SCHOOL Q' VALE DICTORJAN ' . . ...-A- 1 1 -x4xL:w::'1,.f v -Rofgwer-ms' cms . I34 . - J SENIOR ISSUE HDS' 4 , f X W xx! 1 , M A Q 8' 3 g fx 3. Z I , 3 fi ws A Y., Lv ' .. ' , , 1.3 '4 -e .Q 'sf A , , -L 't ,ww ,gy lv, ,,.f: A mm, , h , 1, , ,.'v ,-AFM fp gg, 11522 V 5'5" mi' .7 S' H82 W1 X ,- f'sf, ',:. A. ' .. , l , twm 135, 3 ' ' ,MZ 'Y H" , " , 593635 'HZ fafw ' 1-'L 'fz'EX5ff.' 1 ' 4' A . 14' 2 11" ' .Q 1: i'7i4'1:-1 212 1: 'fm 33' f ' 'X WZ? '32-' P' , 2165. 1, 5 ' A -kia: Yup, 4.4 35 OUR FRESHMAN DICTIONARY something to pass thru adore .......... ajar .... acontainer forjam admirable ...... a high official in the navy cowboy ............ a young bull ducking ................. a young duck engine .................. a savage race of red people commonly called injuns furbish ........................ refuse Ford .................... an automobile G. Cleve. Conference ...... a peace treaty harpoon a series of animals who live in trees hyperbole ................ a dog disease high school .............. a playground hydrophobia a chemical substance, usually in acid form idol ..... a senior on the f'Honor Roll" "jane" .......,............. no longer a proper noun, but a common one Ku Klux Klan ............... a brother order of the Knights of Columbus lasso ..........., Scotch for lady or girl lock .....,............. Scotch for lake tangerme .......................... an instrument used by Spanish dancers taximeter one who stuffs birds and animals Xenia .................. a skin disease zebra .... a sport model donkey SIGNS SEEN ON FORDS 1. Darling, l am growing older. 2. 4 wheels, 4 brakes, 4 more install- ments. 3. So l took the 50,000 and bought this. 4. True love never runs smoothly. 5. Sister, you'd look tough without paint, too. 6. Laugh, but I paid cash for mine. 7. There's beauty in every jar. 8. Sound value. Can't you hear it? ESSAY ON MAN At ten a child, at twenty wild, At thirty tame, if everg At forty wise, at fifty rich, At sixty, good or never. 36 SHORE HIGH SCHOOL FAMOUS AD'S AT SHORE Widely lmitated-never Duplicated Lt-lerryw His Masteris Voice ..... ..... M r. Metts Say It With Flowers ..... ...... L etcher Fifty-Seven Varieties See America First... Quality Not Quantity ....... Clear as a Bell ..... Time to Retire ...... MaidmMum, there's a re waiting at the door. Mrs. Jones-Well, tell h need any just now. . .. ...., C-lee Club Kamera Club .Beatrice A. ........Ada ...Wm. Gill venue officer im we don't She+What a beautiful mouth you have. It ought to be on a girl. He-It is, as much as possible. Customer ton the telephone!-Have you any flesh-colored stockings ? Hosiery Clerk-Yesg whadda ya want, pink, yellow, or black? LUCKY DOG! It was 2 A. M. He didn't take off his shoes. He didn't creep stealthily up the stairs. She wasn't waiting for him with a forbidding countenance and a porten- tous poker. She didn't ask hi what time it was. He was a English Teacher-What is of "woe"? m if he knew bachelor. the opposite Smart Frosh-Giddap, madam. Customer tin barber shop three short. Barber-What three? Customer-The beard, the conversation. I - Cut all hair and the Cat-Shucks! I'm not afraid of danger -l've got nine lives! Frog-That's nothing -- I night. croak every 0101 3 1 iuioiuioiuinxix ui: 14:1 io: 1 tinge 54-3 14 111141111311 19:19-21:1 1 gui -,gig VI' 6:2 ci . L, - ww. O 'S W. YQOSQ 3 .W2eMEN 'S STOR E qfClev0lruza' Styles Lilse College Men'S This sea on the style in two knicker suits which have vests is the loose fitting English idea so much worn by college men Prices ll or more Long trouser 2 pair suits are wide shoulder- ed, and narrow-hlpped. Back of coat plain. COLORS-fawn, slate, blue and fancies. Prices 1 pil ,FZ xiii., icy, r I In Long T rouser or Knieleer Smls ix - If' Lf' I lx cf... - t i il l, V c i tl " ' 1 ff 5527.50 - 3532.50 and up 5 Pictured style has a pair golf knickers as well as pair of long trousers, a new idea entirely at 32750, 51:32.50 TI-E B D VIS CO 327-35 Evcun AVE sluts1101:r1ix1oCliu1nio1u111 1 l37l 5111031111isriuinininxiuiuioi ix iuiuir:icfini:nioioiniuiuilximv ifhisrqpuioirxqzoieriuinioinirxio ifrioiuixr14xiudbfrloininioioiu 101 in 1 Z ri vi 11fini:xinlninqxnioioil 110341101111 mini 30113 10113 FRANK and TONY BRICANT, Prop's. "Hair Bobbing a Specially U LA SH P 6116 E. Ii-15th St. Stop 127 Cleveland, Ohio Beauly 73arlor Scalp Trealmenl 34111111 1 1:1111 3 1111111113 Cozlzpliments of a Friend GD 3111 3 iii iiirilioiwze Wlzenever you wish expert work Beachland Dry Cleaners DRY CLEANING-PRESSING-REMODELING DYING - REPAIRING - RELINING 6,14 E. 185th St. Ken. IO john Klaus Qelicalessen and Confedionery 6411 E. 135lI1 SI. Ken. I5-I-W iuioioioiuioinri iuininiuloi irrinioioiuiuilxiarioiniuioiniu Kenmore 757 BEACHLAND SERVICE GARAGE All Work Guaranteed 18601 Abby Ave. Cleveland, 0. SHORE ECONOMY GARAGE Expert Repairing - Complete Overhauling Oiling - Greasing - Body Q Fender Work Estimates Given A. H. Anderson, Prop. Stop 133 Shore Line is il in qui: in 101 103111411 1010111 1101 Unusual and Home-Like Inn ROSSMORE INN Corner 185th Street and Canterbury Road Kenmore 61 Stop 1275 Shore Line Chicken Dinners Afternoon Tea Permanent Guests jbr the Szmzmer 0511: mini: rin iiuiuix 111 vd:1 103011 nic I1 A gzgmioi-1 14iiuiuillioioiuinlii I ini McDONALD ICE DELIVERY ICE, COAL, and CARTAGE 0:01011 3 iniuifxiniuiui it in if 2 .gli 2 1 1131112 1 11 iii i014 0 Eddy 9745 Ken. 942 Cozlfzplimentary QKQIQOQ QllilQ Q QUQIQUQ i i ill 381 1111111011rininiuiui il ini THE EAST SHORE SAVING LOAN SSOCIATIO Authorized Capitalization ?I51,000,000.00 664 East 185th St. Kenmore 596 OFFICERS Gen. Chas. X. Zimmerman, Pres. Wm. R. Parmele, Vice Pres. john F. Dowd, Vice Pres. Chas. H. Cross, Secretary BOARD or D1REcToRs Gen. Chas. X. Zimmerman ................... Mayor Euclid Village R. C. Bunch ............ Edw. j. Cherny. .. Fred E. Pfeiffer... .........Real Estate .. ..... Attorney at Law . . . ..... Attorney at Law Benj. H. Whittaker ..... .............. G eneral Contractor john F. Dowd ........ ......... C ashier, E. S. S. St L. Ass'n Geo. R. Hamilton .... ..... A sst. Cashier, E. S. S. 81 L. Ass'n Wm. R. Parmele.. R. N. Smith ...... Chas H. Cross .... Pres. Knickerbocker Land Co. . . . . . . . . Sec. Knickerbocker Land Co. .... . . . . .Pres. East Lake Realty 8: Invest. Co. Albert C. Buschman ..... .......................... B uilder Depository-Brotherhood of LOC0l710f1.Z'C' Efzgizzeers' Banff Counsel, Fred E. Pfeiffer. 3 111 Zoioioiudb 111 i iii ri 3 i 1:1 3 in l39l 1:1011 iuisoiniruinininrdlu Compliments of LUNA PARK QW ' n 9 The Largest Amusement Resort in Ohio 1401 nioi4r1010j0j4ri4vi1li0j4rj1 0:0 nioioiuioioioie 01011 P11 I Q 0.0! 101 0.011 O: 3:1101 11n1i111411u1r1i11ir 1112 111131 v Q 0:013111111113111010111311in1Zr11n111inirOi 9.0 lil1201011Ui'101014'i"i'li'l3"i01 QF-?Y31lmr y"lfS1 Bfallrlberl ho Q STOP 127 675 E, l851h Q HAIR 13oB131Nc g OUR SPECIALTY g First Class Sanifarp Slrop GIVE Us A TRIAL i . ,. YOU WILL BE PLEASED 2 Beachland Pharmacy g 670 East l85rh Street i g Kenmore 63l Kenmore 990 i Ed. Raucl1l'leiScl1 Q g DRUGS - PRESCRIPTIONS ' CANDIES g 1114114111111114121iu111i41im1111q9113:ozd BickSe'S Drug Store 638 E. 185th St., Corner Landseer DRUGS - SODA CANDY - CIGARS 1,I'L'SL'l'I'fJll0llS Czzrzifrlllnx' Cl0N1fl0Illlll6'll, .QllallQ0:U-llQUQU,UQl5al QIQUQUQ 4. 9:01111 1113111411111030391111111111413 For First Class Floral Work SEE Bluem the Boulevard Florist Plants and Cul Flowers Stop 131-ll Shore Line CIGARS - CIGARETTES Phone Ken. 615 6.lilP24'iUiUi0lUiUi''l0l"if'l01Uilfg 020111111 Illlllii Pill! 101 ll 1 1 Ii Q Q TRAIN EoR BUSINESS SUPREMACY AT i WILCUX l COMMERCIAL sc110n1 l Q Garield 9572 IOOI4 Euclid Avenue Ulmer Bldg., Public Square 4111-is 1 1C'ni411nin11411 13 glllflfliiifiillliiliili 1 illi11l0iUT l 41 l Nlain 2-L26 141:-1111410 fumawwmfs:m1pi'-1vow111Xfawva2:simali-erm 43 Smv xw fwuv imzr Sw - ' J! Q'-o ,s .s- Q' ,nl T-5 al "- L' ma: Q71 bw ,A Fu Xl. 4 fflxk wi' ...G 1 Q .. A F. 11 kb " " 1J' ' 'mf f COW! PLI M E N T S OF THE EAST SHORE COMMUNITY CLUB ff "1 A i , . 152- E22 mn, - . 1.5',.j:,l.LC, ag ..- K' X ,5 X 3, ..,' T3 3 2. AN W" "" "" 0 HM -w- 10 -. ififlii' 1- ' ff ff - - ,fad I-131 1 0101010101 ui 1 1 lic init 1:1 0:91 if 1011103111 1030101 11102010 pinging 1111010113 1 101 1 3- 1 Qualify - Service i ' . Q 2 Nottingham Drug Co. Q i EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE : l i l E. l87th and sl. Clair Ava. 5 5 Ken. 66 I Compliments of Floyd B. Stein l 020110213111 1010301 Q9 nan 1 xqbuiwzl 60:1 10101 101 111111111 103 bgerinilir111010201011201131301103 9? itil+Z0i010CDOi1wilrioiwriuiuioiui g Q Cleveland's Oldest Bank 2 i is a ! J- B- Clark i National Bank ' i ! lt's big enough to be STRONG ! Masan and Contractor i ' but not big enough to be STRANGE i Noble Beach l Euclid, Ohio C ! n a. 30 01 1 1 i1i01g5!3jaQLl4glix,:, ' U X Res. Phone, Kenmore 238'lVl ! l ' I.. Eslimales Furnished i B .ill l ll! : g W he A. J. BUDNICK 3 - fl' B' sa COMPANY ' ' ll l E-: ! ! Till! All WD P lumbing . S hlfl R llarifl and i i 7 Heating 2 i l CONTRACTORS Q 2 K Jobbing Q YI: 976 E. 250th st. ! Keep Your Accounl Where You Can Keep Your ldenlily The National City Bank of Cleveland fslablished l845 E u c l i d a t S i x t h OxwiniirilrinioinvlnrinvizIiuiniuini 9.01201030111301030101034114101 nl The Euclid Fuel and Supply Co. Dealers in Quality Coals Yard and Office Babbitt Road 8: N. Y. C. R. R. Noble Rd. PHONE-Kenmore 721 L. E.. Stevens, Mgr. 9 . 0 Ofiiniui 1011xiixiniuiuiu10i0ilvilO:O Qhillilli Iinivirliniuirliui 1 1101 0109201011301 11311 301010101 viuboiuic 31 is 1 3 in 1 11 1 311111113 ! 5 Spencerlan Graduates ! are prepared to serve as bookkeepers, stenographers, secretaries, 5 accountants, teachers, attorneys, salesmen and executives. WRITE FOR BULLETINS Spencerian School 3201 Euclid Avenue Cleveland FOUNDED 1848 ' H31 111 3 Z 1 it in iuiuiuiuin 1II1IIiuiu7Ii:Ii Iiuirlir 1 111101 ui 1114111 Out of the Old Into the New The third Hoot of the beautiful new building at1oo1 Huron Road has become the home of DYKE SOHO0L 0F BUSINESS In this central location with modern, Well-lighted departments and increased facilities We are able to meet the needs of our students even better than heretofore. High School Graduates who have ability and ambition will find in this newly equipped school the specialized training necessary to meet the opportunities in the great field of business. - I I I I 2 5 : : Y NX X I ! F- I I Q 5 I I 5, 'D I I E 2 Q I Q Ig s- I I if Qffil I I 5' m I I R E P1 -4 : i 4 l"1 F' I i 'I :I asa I I 2 I 5 - - Q I. .-I S3 in-5 I I S " K' on I I S H :r' I.-15 2 I ra- U1 D I ' 2 E 2 I I O D' 75 P I I 5' CI ' NDI ' ' rr N ' ' N he Qgqx- u U I-H m Cn . U 'B Cn IX , - - . -I-II - - O "' U-1 I 1 N if f I I 5 51 I I 'C E 2 2 s 2 Q fs I 94 I I X, 00 Q f' I I Q I I 3 2 3 Q i ' I i on F M il ' 030 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 ci' : E ge' :P "' ,,, -1 I I is F 8 o E 2 CE Q Q50 01011114lioioiuiclilrdg. ! SL H 2 I-1 S :I I I I I S' - U U, Q 2- In S 2 I Q iq 5 V' I I Q H 2 I I - IQ. I I 3 3 I-11 Q i I ' 2- : 'K : C fb IXJ I I 2 O -I1 s I I -N N. cn - - : 2 z :N Q I I ff: E? D' S I I -I Q N W - - 'U I-I r ' ' S, Q- N I I 3 22 :I 5' I I I I on SZORJ1 I I 2- L? "' fs I I 'IS' I - I-02 I I 2 If V' 3 I I N 2: 3 'fffll-FIC i i sq Cn P ai i i 2 fb Q., - - P+ I4 Q I I 'S SN g 3 I: I I Q 3 "- I I S N' I' 1' 5 I I 3 9+ O I I N '4 U 0 : C Q. O - 2 "' 2 I I Q ' Q I N I M I i0iuiIIi4I1o11Iininioil10142010301411:Iinindbmifallviaviuinioifliluini H41 I10:o10I0joi1 5 Q .0 0.0 III bZ0i0i1I1Ir10CQ:0 51011 3 3110111 1 l1r11x10i1r1ni1xin1n D412010111i1r111Z1r10i1rio111i121rin 111111111134x21x11viuin1c1i1m1n1ni4 EAST LAKE REALTY AND INVESTMENT COMPANY AUTHORIZED CAPITALIZATION 510,000.00 664 EAST 185th ST. KENMORE 596 CHAS. H. CROSS, Pr . 11 111111111 1111011wi1si1ri1r11mi1r111i1ri1 2010103011121 11411111011 1111111 ni The BIiss Road Cash Market Lake Shore and BIiss Road IVIEATS of QUALITY I-IOIVIE MADE PORK SAUSAGE Al your senzice always Wm. W. Klein, Mgr. 11v1oi:i1i111ni12ri 1 15311 in 0111301011111 3 io1u11u101u11xZ1 1 xi JOHN F. 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