Euclid Shore High School - Shore Log Yearbook (Euclid, OH)
- Class of 1928
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H I his is the story of things that he,
l Q-And of things that were at Shore,
,gy QL From fall of year to jirst offune,
E 'H Q14 fiendly, varied lore.
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Ig gl cfqnd traverse land yet unexplored
l l Of things that were and he!
Q This is the tale of a modern school
C53 With ways hoth new and oldg
Of things that he and things that were,
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sg' We, the class of '28, dedicate this book
A to our sponsor
88 Miss LUCILLE AINGWORTH
.QQ in appreciation of the constant help and
QI guidance she has been to us
Shore High School
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METTS, DANIEL E ............ ...............,..,........,.,...,.......,,,,...., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, P r L ncipal
Wooster College, BA., Columbia University, M.A. O
AINGWORTH, LUCILLE .............................,,,..,.,...,,,,.....,..,,,,,,...,..,,..,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,4 Domestic Art OO
Western Reserve College for Women, A.B.g Columbia University O
CASE, FORD L ...........,........................,....,..,..................,............ ,.....,..,...,.., M anual Training O
Wooster College, Ohio University, Ohio State 0
CRAMPTON, MARY R ..,.........,......,.................... t..,.., .,.,,,.,.,........ S e cretary to the Principal
University of Michigan, A.B. Q
CRONE, MABEL E ....... .................................,..,....... ...... ........ M a t hematics o
Oberlin College, B.A. O
DARST, LOUISE ........ .....................,...........................,......,.,........,.. C ornniercial Subjects O
Miami Universityg Oberlin College, B.A. O
DOUTT, GENAVIEVE .,.....................,..,....,...........,,,,e..,.,....,....,,..,..................,... Latin. French
Beaver College, B.O.g Southern College, A.B.g Columbia University O
FAETKENHEUER. MAUDE .........,........,....,,............................,.,....... .,..,,i Music
Western Reserve University, A.B.
HENRY. GRACE .,.,.... ...................................,..,,.......... ...... ...... ......,.. ........ A r z
Cleveland School of Art
jj! KNOX, HARLEY J ..,,.... ...........................,................,..................., E nglish, History. Civics
Coe College, BA., Iowa State College
0 KROHN, HELENE ........ .....,...................................................,.... ...... ,.,.e,. E 1 1 glish
Wooster College, BA. -
LEO, CARL .................,,...............................,.........,....... Orchestra. Band, Boys, Glee Club .L
Northwestern University, American Conservatory of Music, B.M. ,Q
MITCHELL, LEONA ........,.................................,....... History. Economics, Social Problems
Ohio State University, B.S. X
ROSENBERGER, HETTY E ......................................................................,.. Domestic Science N
Western Reserve College for Women.. B.S., University of Chicago, Columbia U.
l SPANGLER, HARRY W ...........................S..................,.........................,.........,.............. Science X,
gi Heidelberg University, BA. W
All SWARTZ, CLARE E ...........................................,,.........,,................. ........ E nglislz 'I A
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55 Y TAYLOR, EULALIA ...................................................,..,.,....,,...................... ....... 1 Vurse I 9
Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glendale, West Virginia
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WILLIAMS, JANE ,,,,,..,,,,,.,,,,.,....,,.........,.,........,.....,.........,., Commercial Aritlzmetie. Latin i 'ill'
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THEODA LUIKART OO
O "And everywhere that Sadie went, O
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Class President III, IV: Class Secretary I, 0
Glee Club I. II, III, IVQ Librarian IV.
Music Appreciation Team II.
Camera Club III, IVg Secretary IV. Q
Cheerleader's Club II, III. O
Leaders' Club III, IVQ President III, IV. 0
Porthole Staff IVQ Assistant Photograph Q
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O O BRADFORD ABBOTT
Q This chap was neu- at Shore this year,
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O Entered from Collinwood IV.
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Port Hole Staff: Associate Litrary Edi-
Clee Club IV.
Senior Play IV.
CSYOIIIUC heard of me often. you will not
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Gym Leaders' Club IV. A
Sleep is apt lo overtake himg
He complains that classes wake him.
Entered from Columbus North High IV.
"There's the height of endeavor and the
height of careg
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Entered from Glenville III.
Glee Club IV.
Gym Leaders' Club IV.
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Q HAROLD BOOK
o A "Book" is the ever-burning lamp of O
O Football IV3 Cheerleader II.
Shore Breezes Staff IV.
Port Hole Staff: Business Manager IV. O I
Student Council Ilg Vice President III. 0
Class President I, II.
National Athletic Honor Society IV.
National Honor Society IV. Q 4
Senior Playg Salutatorian.
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Camera Club IV.
Gym Leaders' Club IV.
II KESTER DISSETTE
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2 ELEANOR HART O
91 "An opera star she aspires to be,
' In voice and build she's right, you see. 0
4 Glee Club I. II, III, IVg Operetta III, O
me Advertising Committee III, IV.
Vice-President of Class I.
Gym Leaders' Club III, IV.
Cheerleaders' Club I.
Senior Play IV.
ELMER KURRLE .
The "min.u!e,' man who hits the mark '
without any preparation.
if Shore Breezes Staff IV. ll
Student Council IV. '-
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National Athletic Honor Society III, IV.
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Clee Club II, III. IV. E
Music Appreciation Team I. N A
FOBDYCE LUIKART I5
, To be a great politician he aspires, -
0 Perhaps a president before he retires. '
Clee Club I, II, III, IVg Operetta l
Student Council I, II. III, IVQ Presi-
dent IV. '
Port Hole Staffg Assistant Business ,,.,,a.... '
Manager IV. ' j
Advertising Committee II, III. J
cl National Athletic Honor Society IV.
Football Manager III. N
Basketball IV. S--f ,
Baseball II, III, IVQ Captain IV. 'XJ ll'
I National Honor Society IV. , X,
N X Valedictorian. X X 'f
g GOLDIE KOVACIC NVQ
Qt "Honor and reverence, and the good l
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8 1 Glee Club I. II. III. IVg Leader IVQ q
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-O Vice-President of Class II, III. my .5 at N MQ
Q' Orchestra I, II, III. sl? ' FEV?
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Class Secretary-Treasurer II.
Football I. II. III, IVg Captain IV.
Basketball I. II.
' AGNES LACH
' "From Collinwood this young miss hails,
Q ,,,,.. Though just arrived, away she sailsf' 0
Entered from Collinwood IV.
Camera Club IV.
i CHARLES SEZON
I This chap has a smiling view of life.
I "" Football lv.
, Port Hole Staff III, Vlg Associate Busi-
' ness Manager IV.
I Captain of Track Squad.
N ALICE MATHEWS
q 0' U, A cute little miss, just like Mary, N
li . ' . Believes in being quite contrary. l
3 ,' ., . gf Gif-Q Club 1. 111. IV: Treasurer Iv.
QM. '- ' of nh Music Appreciation Team II. III. IV. Q
8 ' ll, Camera Club III.
il w ' NL Advertising Committee Il. III.
I 4 Shore Breezes Staff III. IV. '
A39 K ,qv - I Y. '- Port Hole Staff 111, IVg Arr Editor
i ' " I ' ,gli IV.
1 l l ll ll Class Secretary-Treasurer III.
0 Q 5, ll Basketball Manager IV. I
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6 ' gg , Q Scenery Painter IV. 4 '
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Entered from East Tech IV. Q
Orchestra IV. , 0
Band Iv. "' 9 0 0
Senior Play IV. O
"Nine for the team! Come on! Let's Q
Yes, sh? leads as in. cheers at Shore, O
you know. C'
Port Hole Staff III. IVg Editor-in-Chief 0
Student Council III. IVg Vice President O
Gym Leaders' Club III. IV: Vice Presi- Q
dent IV. :
Cheerleaders' Club III. IVg Secretary-
Treasurer IV. yo
Shore Breezes Staff III, IV. f
Music Appreciation Team Ill.
Glee Club III, IV.
Camera Club III. I
Cheerleader III, IV.
National Honor Society IV.
The cheerleaders hozalg the crowd ,most It
We want cz basket - - - Y-e-a Fritz! .' .7
Basketball III. IVQ Captain IV.
Football III. IV. 9
Baseball II. III. IVg Captain III.
Shore Breezes Staff IV. I
Glee Club I. p
Orchestra I. X
National Athletic Honor Society. gill
MARIE RIDDELL IMI
This little miss whose blue eyes beam I I rl,
Has a perky marzrzer and thoughts that I ,
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Entered from Cleveland Heights II. I MII
Port Hole Staff: Assistant Art Editor ll
cami-fa Club II, ni. IV. U I
Music Appreciation Team II, III. XII.
Gym Leaders' Club III. IV. Qxfij
Cheerleaders Club III. IV. 42?
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Who else on the earth ll'Olli!1 leant to
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Orchestra II. III. IV.
D , O Band IV.
rf' Glee Club IV.
Z Senior Play IV.
Q MARY ELIZABETH RYDER
4 "lf we were all like this little miss.
Rules on conrlzzct zvoztlrlrft exist."
Camera Club IV.
Advertising Committee IV.
Cheerleaders' Club IV.
Glee Club I. II, IV.
M' 'Ig Il I HI 'shoot' eueh movie at Shore," says he.
gy What zz perfect mczrksman he must be!
Basketball Manager IV.
National Athletic Honor Society IV.
9 Port Hole Staff IV.
Movie Operator III. IV.
I . xi-I'-Lf E Baseball Manager.
gf "So bright a flrlyg it's quite rz pity
We Clllllf take pietures. Oh, Yes,
-g-- Camera Club III. IV: President IV.
Cheerleaders' Club IV.
Gym Leaders' Club III. IV.
Port Hole Stall III. IVQ Photograph
Music Appreciation Team II. III.
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Q To be high in. scholarship most of llze 0
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Gym Leaders' Club III. IV. O
o Camera Club Ill. IV. O
Music Appreciation Team II, Ill. C,
Distinguished Roll IV.
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Q' MARCUERITE TESKA
QE! "Little girls should be seen, but seldom. I O0
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But to try that in. class-rooms is truly A
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Gym Leaders' Club III. O
Orchestra II, III, IV. f
Glee Club IV. Q
Camera Club III, IV. X
Cheerleaders' Club IV. I I
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Senior Class Will
We, the Senior Class of l928, being of sound mind and memory, do 0
hereby make, ordain, declare, and publish this as our last will and testament, O
hereby revoking all former Wills made by us. OO
irst-We direct that our past debts be forgiven us. O
Second-We give to our close friend and adviser, Miss Aingworth, thirty-five O
votes of thanks, showing our appreciation for her splendid work as our adviser.
Third-We give authority to every teacher to use us as an example when setting Q2
a standard for his students. O
Fourth-We hereby appoint Will Rogers as executor of our last will and testa- Q
We, the 'cc-lass of '28". do hereby bequeath the following: 2
Watkins and Luikart-ftheir basketball ability to Alex Lorimer and Clifton 0
Eleanor Hart and Lucille Briglebedtheir plumpness to Mildred Stein and Stella
Bradford Abbott-his Hlovingw ways to Rudolph Hoffart.
Clara Schmidt-eher collection of snapshots to the police to be used in divorce
courts and in the rogues' gallery.
Claire Cowin-her altitude to Margaret Lucas.
"lVlercury'7 Borgsteadt-his Heetness of foot to Robert March.
Harold Book-his marvelous dramatic ability to Theodore Conrad.
Elizabeth Raeburn-her collection of Myell books" and megaphones to Shoreis
Goldie Kovacic-her beauty and sweet disposition to next year's seniors. Vllhey
need it.J l
Jack Latour-his gum wrappers to Mr. Stray.
The two 'cCurleys", Elmer and Jackson-their football ability to Clifford Bantel ly
and ,lack Whittle. y,
Alice lVlathews-her shortness to Robert Yeomans, the mighty Napoleon of 'll
future years. W ill
Ruth Sylvester-her excellent grades to Willard Duff. y l
Edmund Budnick-his cheery disposition to the present and future teachers. iwl
ln witness whereof we set our hand and seal this day of February 21, il'
1928. 5 -M
NANCY MILLER, Princess of India.
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Captain Appllejaelk O
An, Arabian Nightns Adventure in three acts O
Presented by the Senior Class, May 25, 1928 OO
CAST OF CHARACTERS O
Poppy .............. ..................................................... ..,.. M a rie Riddell T Q
Who is the niece of OO
Mrs. Whatconibe ........ ...... E leanor Hart OO
Who is the sister of O
Ambrose Applejohn ......,,...,......,.....,,.,..,....,,,,..,..,,,,,,. ,,.,.,,,,,,, H arold Book
Who longs for adventure and finds it in the mysterious appearance of the O
Anne Valeska ......,.................. .................. ....., G o ldie Kovacic
Whose husband is the notorious bandit
Ivan Borolsky ...... . ..........................................................,........... Jack Latour
Who encounters in his plan of robbery two other adventurers
Mrs. Pengard ............. ...... . .. .............. ...... . .. ....... Martha Granger
And her husband
Mr. Pengard ..................... ., ......... .... . . Joe Simons
Johnny Jason ................ C .........,..........................................,....... Elmer Ixurrle
A real estate agent who frustrates the thieves by the aid of 3
Dennett ............................. . Bradford Abbott
A policeman w nl xl
Lush ................... ...... P hilip WTC'll61'1l lf, l
The butler ll 1
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l National Honor Society
C We are proud of the little framed charter which hangs in the main
GD corridor and enables Shore High pupils to be enrolled as members of the
National Honor Society. To become a member of this nation-wide society,
TO a pupil must rank high in four qualifications, namely scholarship, leader-
T L, ship, service, and character.
Those who are elected as members are presented with small gold pins,
' t upon which are engraved the torch of knowledge and the four letters,
A S.L.S.C., representing the four qualities for which they stand.
To belong to a society of this kind should mean much to a member.
T' Vlfhen an outsider who knows nothing about the organization inquires as
sf? to the significance of the little gold pin, the wearer can proudly say HI
i earned that as an all-around student in my high-school days."
' Although this society is a new organization in our school, the charter
having been granted to us in l925, it already claims as its members a num-
p ber of Shorites, past and present.
They are as follows:
Aitken, lrene, '25 Aitken, Rusell, 727 Book, Harold, '28
Brigleb, Carl, '25 Anderson, Kenneth. '27 Kovacic, Goldie. '28
Kinney, Laura, '26 Kovacic, Emily, '27 Luikart, Fordyce, 328
Mann, Lillian, '26 Schubert, Betty, '27 Raeburn. Elizabeth, '28
lg To Bob or Not to Bob
To bob. or not to bob, that is the question:
T Whether itis easier for the head to suffer
, The jabs and pricks of a sharp-tipped hairpin,
Or to take shears against a mop of tresses,
And by a few snips end them? To bob, to shingle,
To cut, perchance quite shortg aye, therels the rub,
l For with the close-clipped shingle. regrets may come
ii Wlieii we a haircut need, yet find we lack
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dye Lower-classmen who stop for a long, drawn-out conversation in front of a drink-
lv l ing fountain, in a doorway, or in front of the bulletin box.
8 Budding young sculptors who leave samples of their work on class-room desks.
-:bg People who walk casually out of the gym in the last few moments of a tie-score
T l frame
ff The person that suggests a strike on the next dayls assignment and then turns
il up the following day-the only one with his lesson prepared.
l The forgotten locker key that rests innocently at home on the dresser.
Freshmen in general.
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Now let tbe story go!
In lana' untriea' beneatb tbe sea
W bere wrecks of slnlbs abicle
A busy lk of many sorts
Stirs bravely witb tbe ticle.
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President ,..,,,.,...... ................. ,....... F L ORENOE PFEIL
Vice President ..,..... ,.,.... N IARIAN AHLMAN
Secretary .............. v,....,....... J EAN WQILSON l
Treasurer .,,..,,,,.,,.... ...... ..,..... M A RGARET OGILVIE X
f DOROTHY GETLER Nt,
A Student Council Members.. ,O,.,- J RALPH BONNEMA tl
L ELSIE TAYLOR lx l
i Sponsor ,.L,......... .LA,.. M ISS HELENE KROHN ,
El Class Colors .........,.,4,........ l....... ,,l.. .......... R 0 S E AND CRAY C ll
Lal Ahlman. Marian Cetler, Dorothy Miller. Daniel Snetsinger. Kr-nnt-th lt
8 n Bantel. Clifford Grtlina, Edith Merteli. Jennie S1.lE'llCt'1'. l-lelen H
3 Bonnema. Ralph Hart. Hanna Morris. Chester Stein. Hiltlrwl X ,' '
5 Borgsteadt. Charlotte Haus-child, Betty Ogilvie. Margaret Stray. Helen 1 fl
Q9 1' Bricel, Frank Herman. Norman Pearson. ,luhn Taylnr. Elsie XVL f
XQ Carney, Bernice Kremm. Walter Pen-Owsky. Janet Yitlugeris. Pliilomf-ni Qt
Cp . Cimperman, Alice Larick, Helen Pfeil. Flora--nee Wliittlf-. ,lack 2 rf
l P Clement, Rachel Mathews. Lucy llepka. Ruth Wilson. .lean 'ltr
lg N Conrad, Theodore McCormick, Paul Sigirnu-tti. Lenore gi
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Student Council Members ......
Class Colors ..,..l...,,,,l...,l,..,......,,..,.
i Cowin. Jeanette
. Cross. Geraldine
6 Crozier. lverner
. Cillman Wilma
Haa ell Eleanor
Miss MABEL CRONE
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Sludenl Council Members ........ ...,. i ROBERT WIAHCH
1 1 DOROTHEA NIARTENS
i Sponsor ,,,,.,. ...... IN 4155 LEONA NIITCIIELL N
3 Class Colors ..... s.s.s.., . sssss,,, ....,. B LUE AND COLD Qig
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Eg Barber, Dale Longo. .loscpllilw Plantz. Cairxwt 1 Hifi
I+ Borgstczult, Richard Lucas. iX'iurgai'a-t Proilmlfoot. llivluxiwl X P
cb Cl11'istopluj-r. Juanita Ll1Silt'l'. Nuralwll Heimlvl. IA-ati-1' i
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1 Herman, Marjorie Manzelnuin. Sarah Sllally. Ludwig:
i Q Kinkopf, ,loss-plline March, Hulwrt Trllcln-alll. lr:-nv X
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', Krsnik. Edward Mason. Erlwaul Yvillkmnin. Niuric liiyrw'
, ,v Kressin, May Noch. F-te-lla XV-iSSIllLlll. Yiolu Pflf
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Secretary ....v., .., ........ L UCILLE RIDDELL
Treasurer ...........,,..,....,Q.... ,.. ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A DELE HICKS
cg Slurlent Council Member ...... .,....,......,..... L UCILLE RIDDELL
, Sponsor . .,, ...A... ,..,.,.,..,....... ...... S TANLEY WIIITESIDE
8 Class Colors ...,.... ..,.............. C RIMSON AND WHITE
t Alger, Clifton Gill, Jack Parks, Robert
i Binckley, John Griffis, Myrtle Parmalee, Richard
dl Cameron, Rachel Hicks. Adele Riddell, Lucille
' Childers. William Hoprich, Katherine Schink, Nettie
o Clymer. William Hunter, Pauline Stepanevich, Lilyan
Q Crampton. Scott Jehlicka, Louise Stevens, Orves
, Devor. Leslie Judkins. Edwin Trattar, Violet
0. Domitor. Margaret Klaus, Rosie Thomas, Ralph
I Duff, Willard Lauderhach, Edgar Waterwash. Antoinette
" Geiger, John Macey, James Wichern, Carl
Q Cezann, Arthur Miller, Stuart Zivkovic, Marie
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I S6C7'6'l'fl7'.Y ...,...e..,. ..A........ H OWARD CO0Iq J '
Trgflsllfel' -.-....V..-.A......V.AA.V.....A ,,..... W ILLIABI LOCK.-KRD
J Student Cozuziczfl Member ,...,ee, ,,,eAe,,,,,,,,,, L EROY COLLINS ' Nl
cg Sponsor ,........e..,.............,....e.A .,,..., M ISS JANE XVILLIAMS no H
Class Colors... e,....,............. .. ......,e...... PURPLE AND GOLD qi
Amidich. Emilie Cluvey. Arvilla Lockarcl. William Sintick. Helen Y X If
Andrews. Charles Clines. Margaret Malovrh. Sophie Skyrunce. Pauline J"
Armocicla. Bernice Collins, Leroy Mantel, George Stenger. Ethel iii
Black, Margaret Cook. Howard Mertek. Rudolph Taylor. Patricia l W I
Bowles. Lillian Cowin. Mary Mortimer. lrma Testa. Carl Ili,
Brigleh. John Disanto. Evelyn Ovcracre. Catherine Tranh. Lawrenu X4
Brott. Mildred Fox, Eli Pilla. Lucy Triman. Alvin lf '
Bukovec. Charles Crdina. Florence Podnar. Matthew Vedder. Erma gg
Bukovec. Frances llcrzog. Philip Pyle. May W'ihns. Edward ,XJ 'Q
Camplejohn, Reed Hill. Esther Rose. Charles wllilIlt'l'. Jane
Centner. Bernice Johnson. Evadna Seidel. Ruth Zeus.. Dorothy 4-LT
' Cerjan. Anna Latour. Dick Sezon. Emma Zook. John 'Tm'
Lee. Mary Sharnas. Helen gig.
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i Angelone. Pasquolino
4 Bauer. Anna
8 Bonnm-ma. Wesley
i Boyenee. Mary
I Brieel. Florence
df Carlson. Lennart
L Carney. Margaret
5 Drenik. Frances
, Fralnotla. Pasqiiolino
O Fiorilto. Ralph
i Carrlner. Geraldine
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1 Treasurer ....., .......... A LICE NlATl'IEWS '
Q55 Librarian A..... ,.a,,.a.... T HEODA LLYIKART is
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Business Mmzager Plzolograpli ffdilor I
HAROLD BOOK CLAR.-K SCHMIDT L
Assoezate Lzlerary hdzlors Assoezrzle Busnzess lllanagers 'I
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HELEII LARICK FORDTCE LIIIKART
HELEN SPENCER JICNNII2 NIERTICK '
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DOROTHY CETLER GOLDII-I KOVACIC lt
ln publishing the third volume of the Port-Hole, this year s staff feels '
deep gratitude to Miss Clare Swartz, founder of the Port-Hole and faculty I
adviser during its three years of being. Under her direction the staff has p
learned IHHIIY things. Courtesy iII business dealings, promptness iII Ineeting tt
obligations, and a spirit of fairness toward all departments of the school- I
these have been the policy of the staff through her sponsorship.
Now as this book goes to press, the staff expresses appreeiation of her
work with and for them.
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Vice President ..,......... ,,,.,., E LIZABETH RAEBURN
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t This yeays Student Council was made up of thirteen nieinbers. each class being till
S58 represented by one or more members. This organization, sponsored by the Principal.
met weekly. lts purpose was to discuss the problems of the school and suggest ways l '
of handllnff situations
The Student Councils 2lLl1lCVEll16l1tS this yeal mclude 31131101110 the pioviun
of the lnstallatlon of class oflicers and lllbtallllln' a sy stematlc seltuw 111 lneement
for the classes duung assemblies in the gyinnasium
The veneial policy of the Student Council has been to 'HECIIIG the coopei H1011
of the student body with the faculty and Student Council
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Shore Breezes. olticial news organ of Shore, is completing the fifth year of its
existence. Like most five-year olds, it has outgrown its infancy and is growing so
steadily in importance that it may soon have to change its "mimeographed" dress for
a "printed" one. tPrints are quite the fashion this season.l
Published every Tuesday with the help of Miss Louise Darsl and the typing
department, this four-page paper has carried to the community through two hundred
and fifty sulyscribers piping hot news of school affaris.
Editor'-ill-Clzief Sporls Edilor Circulalion Manager Mimeograplzers
Helen Larick Harold Book Jennie Mertek Bradford Abbott
Associaze Edilor Reporters T isis ghllE:32dAIiieLi1iCk
Florence Pheil Marian Ahlman Q K Nl R d C I . I
' Helen Spencer inei u11 e ee amp ejoin
Artists Ellzaheth Raehurn ,lack Latour
Clara Schmidt Facultv Adviser Marie Riddell Stuart Miller
Miss Clare Swartz Frederic YVatkins
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1 ATo Watch a well-matched swimming meet---
Mm E2 The talk of all the clay.
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if His opponent ofthe jqfay,
Makes up his mind to Win the prize
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Ah! this will put to test
Q Athletic skill, anal we shall see
4? Whose art will prove the hest.
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Baek Rowe'-L. or ll.: filoaelt Van Deusen, Ralph Bonnema. Waller Krennn. Norman Herman thlan-
ugert, Harold Book, Warren Borgsteadt. Mr. Metts.
Front l'low-- L. lu ll.: Vietor Zelle. Edmund Budniek. Fritz Watkiiis. Lee Grand Jackson lCapt.t,
Elmer Kurrle. Robert Yeomans, Charles Schubert.
Our foothall season was extremely hard. As the hoys "didn't choose to run"
for first plaee, they did the next liest thing and carried off the "Cellar", champion-
It is a known fact that when a school loses, hy graduation. about ninety percent
of its football material, the next yearls team is sure to he in sore straits. Shore was
in just such a position last fall. Most of the material was green. and the squad
l ti averaged only one-hundred thirty pounds per man. Captain Jackson. the most
t6t promising man on the team, was injured in a practice game and was laid up for
i V the rest of the season.. ln the haekfield there were two "letter men", Watkins and
lgtg Schubert. On the line there were three letter men. Kurrle. Borgsteadt. and Yeomans.
5 Every game was played against unsurmountahle odds, namely weight and experience.
'l Yet in spite of these facts. no one ever saw eleven men try harder. They would
1 arise from the disappointment of one defeat and make a desperate effort in the
l QD following game. This same team held the joint Conference Champs nearly score-
lfg. less for three quarters. They scored on the powerful Longwood eleven. We spee-
lo tators must remember that,
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Q 5 Juanita Christopher. The-oda Luikart. Il
i Giurllsg Basketball Review 53
The girls, basketball season for 1928 was the best that Shore has had for some "
3 time. Only two letter girls. Dorothy Getler. captain. and Lucy Mathews. remained, N
. about which to construct a team. At the first call for basketball forty girls re-
y sponded and, after considerable thinning out. a squad of fifteen girls worked stren' N
3 uously and were well prepared for their opening game which was with Euclid. if
I The Euclidites were defeated by a 39-16 count. The following two games were lost
Nl to Bedford and Fairport. But, in the remaining games of the season, excellent M
8 guarding. passing. and shooting. and the Shore spirit brought the biggest ends of t
i the scores to Shore. Such teams as Maple Heights and Brush High fell under the I
powerful Shore sceptre. The sextet consisted of l
Florence Pfeil ..,......,...... ..,... R . F. Lucy Mathews ....... ...,,.. L . C. y
Juanita Christopher '... ..... .,.... L . F. Mildred Stein ......... .,.... R . C. N lf
QD. Dorothy Getler .rir...i....ii........,,..,.r C. Theoda I.,llllC3I't .......,....,....,,.... C. C. I.
6 Dorothy Geller. the captain of the team. and Alice lVlathews, manager. worked
'gl conscientiously and filled their posts well.
Credit for the nice work of the team is due to lVlr. Van Deusen and to Miss
Aingworth, the coaches.
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L. to R.: Fordyce Luikart, Walter Kremm, Fritz Watkins tCaptainl, Frank Bricel,
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A green basketball squad reported to coach Van Deusen at the beginning of '
the season. Captain Watkins was the only veteran. Realizing their inexperience. y
the squad worked hard at fundamentals and scrimmage. After three weeks of hard
t practice, the varsity that was picked defeated the alumni team. A
2 Shore then started her conference season and lost the lirst five games to Euclid, I
t John Marshall, Shaker Heights, West Commerce, and Longwood. Yet there is some , tl
glory in these defeats. The latter teams were playing their best brand of basketball ill
8 of the season at the time our team coped with them. tu
l After this bad start. Shore came back fighting valiantly to the end. Five ll?
6 games in the last two weeks resulted in three victories. Brush was defeated twice
y and Euclid Central once. Rocky River beat our team twice. The second Brush lag
1 and the the Rocky River games were at the tournament.
6 Shore had some bad luck in losing players. ln the middle of the season a l Q
very capable guard. Scott Crampton, was out on account of illness. Shore received .fl tl
2 another blow in the second Euclid game, when our star guard. Abbott, badly tlltfr
.' sprained his ankle and was out for the tournament. Rf?
Q Although the basketball season was not so successful as it might have been, it
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ln Grecian times the mastering of athletic feats was an important
part of a student's training. From childhood his body was kept fit for
the most trying physical ordeals. In much the same way, physical educa-
tion in public schools of today helps to keep the mind and body nealthy.
ln modern times, however, there is one distinctive difference. Not only
boys, but girls as well, participate in the physical activities of the school.
Shore's athletic activities vary. There is physical education for
everybody. Twice a week the boys under Mr. Case and the girls under
Mrs. Walker' take part in lively sports during their gym classes.
Some years hence the girls who now enjoy the opportunity of taking
gymnasium under the direction of Mrs. Walker' will mark as one of their
chief enjoyments the varied games in the gym. Among these contests have
been the volley ball games. For the tournament one team from each gym
class was chosen. Every Tuesday after school one team played against
another until each team had been matched against every other classtgroup.
Excitement ran high, and go-od sportsmanship marked every game.
The foul-shooting contests at noon helped to keep alive the awakened
interest in sports. These free-throw contests were held for the purpose of
weeding out the champion foul-shooters of both the junior and senior highs.
The contests, sponsored by Mr. Brose, were open to every one who wished to
try his skill at making baskets. Both boys and girls took a lively interest
in them. Fordyce Luikart and Bernice Carney caged the honors in the
senior high, while John Tippen and Ruth Nason fpnow of the 9B classj of
the junior high proved their superior skill.
National Attlhrllettiic Honor Society
Boys who have earned at least one athletic letter and have been above
the school average in scholarship for the past three years are eligible to the
National Athletic Scholarship Society. This organization is one of newest
in our school, the charter having been granted in 1927.
The members, up to date, are the following:
Frederic Watkiris '28
Victor Zelle '28
Ralph Bofnnema '29
Walter' Kremm '29
Charles Schubert '30
Robert Yeomans T30
Eugene Fryan '27
Harold Book ,28
Warren Borgsteadt '28
Edmund Budnick 928
Elmer Kurrle '28
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0 F. L. CASE . ,....,. ,........,.. C oaclz F.. BUDNICK ...,., ........ M anager
O C. SEZON ...,..... ............ C aplain G. MORRIS ..,,,. .,....,. M anager
Qc lPoints scored to datel
H. Bartlett ,......,. ,.........,... 3 GM N. Herman ........ 415
O J. Latour ....,,... ....... 2 315 W. Crosier, ......,. 416
O C. Morris ..e. ,..ee.. l 815 W. Test .............. ........ 3 :M
J. Gill .......... ....... l l C. Schubert ..,,....,.. ........ 3
L. ,lackson .... ....... l 0 W. Borgsteadt .......,. ........ 3 15
,4 T. Conrad ....... .... ....... 8 D . Borgsteadt .......................,. .,...... 2 14
4 P. Wichern ............,............. .......... 7 lg D, Barber ...,..,........,.......................... 2
if The above points were made in the C. A. C. meet at the Public Hall and in the
sa! following dual meets:
Q Euclid Central ........,.. ,..,,L, 5 9 Shore .... 4-LL
. Mentor ...........,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. 4 9 Shore ........ 448
' Brush ...................................,.. ,...... 5 l Shore .. .... ........ 5 6
Longwood ,,........,.,,.,..,.,,,,,,,.,..,, ,,,,,,,. 5 O Shore ..,................................... .57
The results of the following scheduled meets were incomplete at press time.
Medina .....................,...,,,,.,,.,,., ,,,, S hore .. .....................
Greater Cleveland Conference Shore
1At Shaker Fieldl
T Lakewood Relays .,,.,,,.,.c,,, Shore
Cai Lakewood District Meet ................. Q.. Shore
No team is complete without its rooters, and no group of rooters is
complete without its cheerleaders.
A Cheerleading Club was organized by Miss Doutt, from which two
cheerleaders for the games were picked. During the season these two leaders
kept the rooting a-going. Shore has been complimented quite a few times
i by opposing schools on its success in rooting. So we chalk up one more
,Q point toward success in athletic circles.
T3 Basketball Review
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All could have been much worse. After all is said and done we know that the team
8 1 tried hard and played cleanly from beginning to end.
This yearls varsity was as follows:
Q, Fritz Watkins .......... .................. F orward Walter' Kremm ....., ..... ....,... C e nter
'- Fordyce Luikart ......,. ......... F orward Bradford Abbott ......... .,....., G uard
Q .' Dick Borgsteadt .................,...... Forward Scott Crampton ...... , ,,.,,.,, Guard
lx' Q Frank Bricel .....................,.,..,....... Center Howard Cook .......... ........ G uard
Victor Zelle ............. ........................ M anager
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FORDYCE LUIKART .,,.,, ,,,,,,,, A ,,,,,A ,, ,,,..,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,, C apmin
VICTOR ZELLE ...,..,,,,.,,.,.,,AA,,,,.., ,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,A ,,,A,, A v. , ,,,,,,, Manager
Shore won its first victories in baseball this year. The team worked hard every
night at practice and showed the benefit of the hard practice at the games. The
opening game with Bedford found the following line-up:
Watkills .t.t...V.,........ SS Podnar ,.,..,..vw........ 3B Bricel ..... ,,...t, l B
Luikart ...... ,,,..... 2 B Jackson ....... ...t., C F Abbott .......... ...cri, R F
GGZEIIIII .ft..............,.... C Borgsteadt .ri,,.,.,.oi LF Lauderbach ..........ii LF
After the Belford game Coach Van Deusen found a few changes necessary.
Borgsteadt, our veteran pitcher of last year, replaced Bartlett on the mound, and
Lauderbach alternated with Bricel in holding down first base. The ticket sales were
placed in the hands of the team members. and a marked improvement was shown
Schedules and scores to date.
Bedford ..... v.,.... 6
April l3 Shore .,................. ..... 7 Ht
April 20 Shore ....... ........ l 7 at BTUSII ...... ....... 6
Q April 27 Euclid ..... ,,...... l 4 at Shore ...... ....... 5
J 5 May 7 Shore ....... .. at Euclid ....
if I May ll Brush ....... at Shore ,.,,,.
May l8 Shore ....... at Bedford .....
i Leadersg Club
l President ,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ..........,... T HEODA LUIKART
cl Vice President ,,,,,, ,.... E LIZABETH RAEBURN
Secretary ,...,.,.,......,.,......,,...............,.... GOLDIE KOVACIC
The Leaders' Club, comparatively new at Shore, is an organization
Q made up of junior and senior girls who take gym. The purpose is to create
l more interest in gym Work. Each member is responsible for making the
8 gym period as interesting as possible.
,T The girls are assigned various duties which help to keep order in class.
C5 Each month a girl is assigned a different duty. One girl takes attendance.
f one teaches class, while another inspects the class and checks up on girls
6 who are not properly dressed for gym work. This system not only lifts a
p load from Mrs. W3lk61'gS shoulders, but it gives the girls a special pride in
" knowing that they are partly responsible for the execution of an enjoyable
'Z year of work and play in the gymnasium.
,E The club has been under the splendid supervision of Mrs. Wialker.
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O The Cleveland Music MElllO1'y Contest was organized in l92U by the Cleveland
Q Orchestra for the promotion of interest in good music, especially the Symphony.
it The contest has been open to Senior and Junior Public and Private Schools, and
to Adult Clubs of Northern Ohio.
Shore entered the contest in 1926 and won fourth prize in l927 together with
O thirteen gold pins for perfect scores.
The form of the contest was changed this year. Added to that of former years
was recognition ol dance form, composers' style, idiom of expression, and the differ-
ent instruments of the Orchestra.
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Shore did very Well in spite of the greater difliculty, coming home with fourth 0
place and having beaten such schools as Glenville. Longwood. and Cleveland Heights. Q
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Z Clement, Rachel Hart, Eleanor Ryder. Mary ,Nl
21 Cook, Howard Kinkopf. Josephine Vidugeris. Philomena f
p . Do you want to know whatis going on? why, when, and where itis going on? fm
Ask the advertising committee. N
ily' All advertising at Shore is done by this committee, which consists ol' five l,
do girls and one boy. Posters for movies and athletics are printed and distributed ,N
ls i by them. They, also, are responsible for the handbills that are scattered broadcast
C? 1 , over the neighborhood each week. You buy your tickets for the movies and games 'I
E from this committee and then hand them right back to the same people when the 'H'
'QQCL tickets are collected. Mi r
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' a tioiougi y enjoy tieu wor . ieie ale ony two o its mem els .gldl uatmg K.,
ll 1 this year. With the majority of its old members left. we can look forward to pf
another successful season.
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Q0 Those boys who played must remember that,
O "The harder you fall
The higher you bounce.
U Come up with a blackened eye,
ltis not the fact that vouire whipped that counts,
nl But how did you fight. and whyf,
Eg Ends: Vlfalter Kremm, Ralph Bonnema.
,Ev Tackles: Harold Book, Edmund Budnick, Victor Zelle.
'll Guards: Scott Crampton, Warren Borgsteadt, Robert Yeomans.
' Center: Elmer Kurrle.
Backfield: Lee Grand Jackson, Charles Schubert, Richard Borgsteadt, Fritz
Manager: Norman Herman
if An Unmuai yisiffm
We had a rather shy visitor
One day in the halls at Shore.
He listened to our English class
As he sat at the open door.
Q Miss Swartz went on as usual.
Oh yes! She saw him there,
And though he waited ten minutes or more,
She didnlt seem to care.
? Perhaps his appearance wasn't so nice,
y And anyway that doesn't matter,
8 For when ,lack Latour stood up to recite
' ln came our guest, pitter-patter.
if He carrie in with his head up high,
1 Stopped short before his choice.
8 And wagged his tail so happily,
He had heard his Hmasteris voice."
.- G. K.
. Do you realize that half the girls that go to Shore are driven to school?
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Q0 Their generous patronage has guaranteed the financial success OO
O of this yeargs Port-hole. 0
O The staff thanks these patrons and urges students to enjoy busi- fb
ness relations with them.
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Qi! Mrs. Bluem A. Logar Q33
Q F. F. Book Luikart Agency 0
T Boulevard Barber Shop lVlervis Drug Co. 'T
Brooks Coal and Supply lVlos's Drug Co.
A. J. Budnick and Co. Nottingham Drug Co.
Cass Drug Co. Nottingham Hardware Co.
5 l Carney-Strong, Inc. Nottingham Savings S Banking Co.
l Clair Marcelle E. o. Rauchfleisch
J. B. Clark Roberts Hardware Co. is
Clover Farm Stores Co. Schwarz Electric Co. 'E
Dille Rd. Lumber Co. William E. Schwarz Fig
C. T. Downer The Scoop Printing Co. 9
Dyke School of Business Spencerian School l
East Shore Community Club Floyd Stein
Mr. C. R. Ely Harry W. Stein lid
gg l Euclid Fuel and Supply Stevenson Oil and Chemical Co. Nil,
+, Mr. M. L. Fisher The Upson Walton Company ll
Ld? . Cuentheris Art Galleries Co. Mr. H. Van Deusen
8 l y Herff Jones Co. Frank Vesel fl
Q35 Kibbler CO. wickmre Lumber CO.
iQ .lohn Klaus Wilcox Commercial School
il. La Salle Theater J. E. Youngklaus
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lst and 3rd Tuesday of each month
Shore High is Equipped With
The latest type
Sftiuihfe WFADA99 ll"?3lfCllllO
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PSO -W lT0 C0
738 West Superior Avenue
"A firm fifty years young"
A good place to buy your
'WFADA99 and WRCCA99
RADIO SETS and PARTS
CANOES and PADDLES
JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS
Boat Supplies of All Kinds
-Also at 1310 W. 11th St.. in Cleveland
-And at 737 W. jackson Blvd., Chicago
-And at Frick Building, Pittsburgh
-And at 295 Broadway, New York City
Wire and Manila Rope, Turnbuckles, Oars
Brattice Cloth for Mines
To llfcltenitiiilgjy Uiunc Gflgatlbiitesw
I. Barely does she smile as she did whe11 this picture was taken. Her
i11itials are lVl. T.
2. S-1. They came i11 11ot so lllllg ago li1'0ll1 Collinwood. They are A. L.
and E. J.
3. Yes, of course you k11ow "lVle1'cury'i.
J. How she toots that horn in Shoreis orchestral
6. Sl1e is the Art Editor ol' the Porthole.
7. That 'lll1ril'ty" senior!
B. Did you ever see her without a kodak i11 her hand?
9. She is Martha. though lltll like her namesake of Bihlical ti111es.
l0. Although he is Ilttl the H. B. with the melodious voice. his initials.
nevertheless. are H. B.
l l. How well she carried the lead i11 "Sweethearts"l
l2. The hetter hall' of No. l7.
l3. Mr. lVletts' secretary froni Spencerian.
lflt. Vlfe are proud of our yearly Distinguished Roll IllPll1lJ6l'.
l5. A musical 111311. Even ill study hall he studies music.
l6. Quite l1igh living for this young miss-5' B".
l7. He 'lshootsii the 111ovies.
lB. Both hrains illlll heauty coinhined ill this young miss.
l9. Every one k11ows the ulJlLlIIllJCl'M. Surely. you must!
20. He graduates at last!
2l. We would llUt have had this fine Annual hut for her fine SlllJ6'I'VlSl0ll
22. Canit you see hi111 run dow11 the field with the Hpigskinm l1IlLl6I' his arin?
23. She hailed frorn East last year. She is D. E.
2-11. He is our Student Cou11cil President.
25. She has such pretty curly hair, dlltl sheis such a ti11y lllillg.
26. A real haskethall star. He. too, came from Colli11wood just this year.
27. How we girls envy his lovely complexion!
28. T. L. is destined to he a gym teacher. ,lust watch her at practice, a11d
you will soon hnd out.
29. Now. let lllfi' introduce the champion "gum lJllIllIll6l'N of Shore.
30. And last hut llUl least. here is our worthy Varsity Basketball Captain
IN ENGLISH CLASS
lVliss Swartz: Scott. where would you go to hnd the 200 hooks i11 the
Scott tamusedl: Ill go to lUOlllt'I'.
At the try-outs for senior play. the seniors had to read the following
"My hushand. till Oriental seer tlllll psychic."
0116 senior: This is my hushaml, a11 Oriental steer.
Another: This is Illy hushand, a11 Oriental seer a11d side-kick.
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670 East 185th St.
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KEnmore 3260- M
614 East 185th St.
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:i KEnmore 0665
E Clover Farm Stores Co.
E 22064 Lake Shore Blvd.
is KEnmore 2367
E Free Defivery Service
:E L. TICHNER, Manager
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evenings at residence
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DR. CIIA R L ICS III. DUYNYNER
Special Attention to Straightening Crossed Eyes by Non Operative Methods
691 THE ARCADE
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EUCLID SHORE HIGH GRADUATE
wishing to prepare for a business position quickly or desir-
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DYKE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
1001 HURON RD.
SUperior 0180 SUperior 0181
MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ACCREDITED COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS
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Paving and Sidewalk Contractors
Steam and Domestic Coal of All Kinds
YARD and OFFICE:
BABBITT ROAD AND NICKEL PLATE R. R.
We have a Coal for Every Need . Let Us Take Care of You
Thought To Be Worth While
Must Complete Itself In Action
Set a goal for yourself in the Commercial World.
Prepare yourself for it, and you will attain the goal.
We Guarantee Good Positions to Graduates of Our
Private Secretary and Business Administration Courses.
WILCOX COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
10014 Euclid Ave. Ulmer Bldg., Public Square
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wllaryor is justice of the Peace
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Roberts Hardware Co. 55 IE DRUG CO.
676-662 East 185th street ' IE EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE
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LUMBER CO. '
LUMBER, SASH and DOORS
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23931 St. Clair Avenue I'
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Corner Nottingham Rd. and Nickel Plate R. R.
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Has A Brunei?
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St. Clair at Nottingham Rd.
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HERFF-J ONES CO
534-546 South Meridian St.
Official .lmvulcrx nf Shun' High Srl 01:1
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G E gg Compliments of
1725 EUCLID AVENUE
Leadizzg Print Sellers ': elle BQ
and Frame illalfers :I :I
We have the largest line of school i
pictures in the country and give I, I,
liberal discounts to the schools :I ::
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Flowers for All Ocvasions
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:S East 200th St. and St. Clair Ave.
KEnmore 0615 I, Thru Subway
22630 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, O. 3 KEnmore 1050
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Estimates Furnished I: Cal,ney-Strong, Inc.
A'1iluEEg3g1iEgIEeiEiEg0' ': Builder 's Supplies
Contractors E 23776 st. Clair Ave.
jobbing a Specialty
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:g Schwarz Electric Co.
:i Electric Construction
i: Wiring and Supplies
1 . . .
I: High-Grade Line of Fixtures
i: Corner of East 222nd St. and
:: Lake Shore Blvd.
lg G. E. SCHWARZ Cleveland, o.
808 East 152nd Street
H.. 'Vain Deusfein
Notice-e of the dental eiinit' had been sent to the parents of the children in a
certain grade. The parents were asked to sign if they wished their r-hildrenis teeth
filled or removed. Here is a note from one parent:
"I have read the note lmehind this whivh is to fill and remove teeth. hut Bohivy
has his first teeth yet which have to fall ofii in themselves. i have seen at duvtnr
H. W. STEIN
Scarfs, Coats or Trimmings
The Wm. E. Schwarz
1900 Euclid Avenue
PRospect 2194 CLEVELAND, O.
No Cut Prices!
No Charge Accounts!
No Bunk of Any Kind!
Kibler gives you tbe biggest value your money can buy
-Every clay of the year-at tbe lowest possible price.
Taking a small pro1C1t-giv-
ing a big value-malgng W. C O NI PARE I
many sales-Kibler oiers , 5
you the opportunity towear
better clothes for less ' l K
To Aim llfdlllfeiri
'llc-ll mi- nol. in mournliul mlmlri-rs.
"llc ure lll'lAP in sr-liool to sllirkzu
lor lln- boy is llI'CCl who slumlu-rs
lluring 1-lass wliilf- ollwrs work.
St'llUOl is rr-ul! St-liool is l'Lll'llI'Sll
2e5:l5 is not your goal!
llc- ulvrl Io ull that tonnes. us
Quit-kly past you moments roll.
Sm-ins lllill some folks must lw llillllly'
Slll4'l' "lgIIl0l'HIII'P is lll'ilX-lllf' bliss:-'
fXnrl we note lllut some folks' mollo
AlllHll'f'llllf musl run lllu- llns:
"Ollie-r ifllvrs all rcmincl us
XM- must liincler more uncl mon
Xml. cle-parting. leaxe llt'llll1fl Us
lniliuls on llie fl:-sks of Shore.
Lvl not lliul lll9ll lie your motto!
Boost llISlI'i.lfl for El lim- big Shore!
Anil FUII-ll lincl youill prolil il'
You irllf- le-ss unfl slucly more.
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