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

 - Class of 1929

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We cbose tbe frozen Arctic as our art tbeme because it is one of tbe few lands of ro- mance and mystery left to beckon tbe modern youtb. If our book carries to tbe bomes of tbe community an interesting account of tbe year's work and play at Sbore, and some day is tbe source of a few moments of bappy contemplation for our fellow students, tben we sball be indeed rewarded. RALPH MYERS, Editor-in-Cbie f KMK' r K p o 1 ""'tu-M 5Wzss QQlare Q,5WcZTfZ Gain sincere appreciation ofthe help you have been to us in the class room and in the production of our school publications, We dedicate to you this Porthole of 1929 "The public school is fbi' FOI'llUl'Sf0I1F of ffm' All1l'l'il'l1ll 1'U17Il171it'. Our libvrfivs are tI,t'l7t'lItlUlIf njwlz fbv i11- iclligvzzfc of our pvollzlv. 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FRANKS, Sll11L'I'flIfL'lItll'lIf D, E, lNIE'l"I'S, Prjfzfjfmf jivfflill HE PUR HQDLE g N . I N' W, 1 , ii VI if 'Ill X ' H - 7 wggppggx ,. f , ' ' I 1' ig ht .R .,' 4' . ., OX THE PORT OLE i .r F x -lg 4 ,Y , t A K R' f ,FQ , - ,-- ,T ,cg :H , YI' .0 Y . . Y. e ., . S, ' jr Q.: 4 e ' ' in -Q ti Cf, ' I , ' t y H, Q ., V. . , xvwvxif' , '.,' , ' ' O . ova- 4 - A ,I X Nik. - fo li sw- ' ' Faculty METTS, DANIEL E. P Villfiplll NVooster College, B.A., Columbia University, M.A AINGXVORTH, LUCILLE Domestic Art Western Reserve College for Woiiien, A.B.g Co- lumbia University. BROSE, EARL M. Mzmuzzl Tl't1jlIflIg, Pbysinll Clllfllfl' Ohio University, B.S. CAINIPBELI., PERA English, Sofia! Problvuzs, Evozzolzzifii Defiance College, A.B.g University of XViseOnsin Ohio State. CART, LILLIAN Hisfory, C0lI1lI1l"1't'il11 Szlbjvcfx Western Kentucky State Normal College. CASE, FORD L. Orrfaexfra, Baud, Boys' Cozzvb, Mrznzml Traiuilzg, Mevfaazzinzl Dl'!1lL'ilIg XVooSter College, Ohio University, Ohio State. CRAMPTON, MARY R. Libfllfftlll University of Michigan, A.B. CRONE, MABEL E. Mczffaezzzafivs Oberlin College, B.A. DARST, LOUISE Conznzerrial Sllbjerfs Miami Universityg Oberlin College, B.A. DOUTT, GENAVIEVE Lzzfiu, Frvrzrfa Beaver College, B.O.g Southern College, A.B.g Columbia University. HENRY, GRACE Art Cleveland School of Art. KNOX, HAIKLEY J. Science, Com uzervial Al'ifl7llIt'fiL' Coe College, B.A., Iowa State College. nine a KROIIN, HIll,IlNl'l Ellglixfa XVKILDSIUI' College, LAWS, MAUDE F. Djl't'l'fUl' of Nlllvt' XVestern Reserve University, Ali. LEO, CARI, Ol'z'ln'sfn1, Banff Northwestern University, American Conservatory of Music, B.M. REPIBE!lG, BARBARA M. Musiv Miami University, Cvraeluate in Music, XVestern Reserve University. RDSENBEIKGEIK, HETTY E. DUllIl'.Yfit' Sc'it'11t'c' Westerii Reserve College for Wfomen, B.S.g Uni- versity of Chicago, Columbia University. RUSSELL, ESTHER M. Girls' Cozlvfa, Hisfory Bowling Green State Normal College, University of XY'iseonsin. SPANGLIQR, HARRY XV. St'il'IIr'l' Heidelberg University, B.A. SXVARTZ, CLARIL E. English, Ionrmzlixnz Wfellesley College, B.A., University of Chicago. TAYLOR, EULALIA Nzzrse Reynolds Memorial Hospital, Glendale, XVest Vir- ginia. WLIITESIDE, STANLI-CY L. Hixforhv, Sfjflllxt' Ohio State University, B.A. XVILLIAMS, JAN13 Lufiu, Co111111vrt'iu1 A1'ifX1111a'fit' Denison University, Ph.B. XVA1,IiEIX, NIARY Plrvyxiuzl Clllfl1l'1' Oberlin College. A.B. NWN i THE PCCNRTHO E M X W 'l . ,J 'ff .- : N ' Q - , EH-'. 1' . i Af 4 A94 ' X x ,, x F ., I mx .A - . , ,ll y iv. A. ei Q' tt, 4 . sl , . I 'Q'- ,AKQE .-y a- --A- , a, V X- 1 . 9311 Roffwl I,ozz'ifwi', Clifton Algwr. Mr. Dimirl E. Mwfli fPi'.f11iijn1lj, Leroy Collins, RirfJar1l AIJIIUH. IQIIINTII Mirrrfi, Murjwzz Tlmnlizi, Ralph BU!1II!'I7lLI, Cjt'11s1iii'z1' Clark, George S4'fJi'f'1'w'. Ruff: Nuiurz, Dnmllnwf Mizrfwzzi, lirnfrim' IIir'icfJ, Mixi jum' Wfilliurm fliurzflly Aflrixrrj, Domffay Gwflrr, Alia- CiIIIf7l'I'llItlI1, May Pyle. Studfent Council DOIQOTIIX' GLTLIR ,e ALICIQ CIx1PEiwiixN BLATRICL l'lIRSC,H DoRoTHI1A lVlARTENS Miss JANE XY'ILl,mxf1s Mn. DANlI11 E. M1-TTS OFFICERS Pl'1'XfllL'lIf -..Vive Pzwxidwzf Sl'C'l't'ftl7'j' to Tl't'c1SIll'l'l' Ftlflllfj' fllI,l'fSL'I' Fflflllfj' Atfl'iSf'l' The Student Council has been the medium through which students and Principal have cooperated to keep school affairs running smoothly, and to make the past year one of steady progress. Members of the Council have assisted during the mid-year changing of classes, nt fire-drill, during the taking of the pictures for the Annual, and in seating the student body at assemblies. 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Varsity Basketball III, IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. Glee Club II, III, IV. Operetta IV. Orchestra I, II, III, IV. French Club IV. Porthole Staff III, IVg Assoc. Editor IV. Shore Breezes III, IV. National Honor Society tlzirtvvn CLASS CFFICERS PHILOMENA VIDUGERIS s.........,,. Svc:-vim-y HELEN STRAY ..t..t.......s..,....,,..,,. Tl'l'tIXIl rm' ,,LFr1cz1lfy Sponsor PI-IILOMENA VIDUGERIS Il1ll'1lj'X .1-fJ111'1'-yillg, m'1'4'r .lf rml, Tfai' l'j7Il'fl'lIl'jV nf Phil is of ffm' bvxl. Class Secretary IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. Porthole Staff IVQ Photograph E Shore Breezes IV. Advertising Committee III, IV. Camera Club. National I-Ionor Society HELEN STRAY Prvfiy fr'mr.v11rv1' of fbi' rims, xln- um lv mv. ditor IV. wvlzxlurllinl "W'ln'ru is flmf IIIOIIVFX' you !lI'0I!IiYL'il' mu fm1.zi?" Class Treasurer IV. Clee Club IV. C'peretta IV. Leaders' Club III. IV. Camera Club. .X -,T"'! .ai A THE womb om M-wa it 'R' '99 MARIAN AI-ILMAN Student Council III. Glee Club II. III, IV, Librarian IVQ Oper- etta III, IV. Portlwle Staff III, IV. Sliore Breezes II, III, IV. Basketball IV. French Club IV, Secretary IV. Leaders' Club III, IV, Secretary IV. National Honor Society Senior Play All "11,'111o1nf" lukrv some limi' I0 grou' Anil our Afjlllltlll tfill but fm' I0 go. CLIFFORD BANTFL Glec Club II, III, IV. Band III, IV. Orchestra I, II, III, IV. Cheerleader III, IV. Tl712ll,Q!J lu' hikes life in bit any way HHH be 11 Rulzinojf some Jay. BERNICE CARNEY IIIILCFCCI from Perry High Scliool. Leaders' Club III, IV. Franz Perry built Ibis l'bcll'l!Iil1'Q mist To us ilu' lfmllgbf lllllfb rbvw'f11Iln'xx. RALPH BONNITMA Student Council III, IV. Glee Club III, IV, Operettn, III, IV. Ht' jmxxvs ill, be lmxsrx Ollf, .flml zromlers Ivfnll il's 1111 lll70llf. ALICE CIMPERMAN Student Council IV, Vice President IV. Glee Club II, III, IV, Leader IV, Oper- etta II, III, IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. Alia' ix Iuvfey, for mzngbl rlnvx xbr' lurk: If nff11'r fbings fail ber, sbt' ulzrayx bas lark. fourteen " THE PORT CCDILII-32 vi? JOHN CONVI2 RSE Ifntcrcd from Collinwood High School. Glue Club I, II, IVg Operctta IV. Senior Play 111 spill' of bit 11111111' fav l11l'l'Y 110 l'0lll'l'l'Xl' f fo B111 tg lllnl-Yfllg tl l11111jr1. ba' ix 111'1'1'1' 1Il't'I'Sl. RACHEL CLEMIINTS Loaders' Club III, IV. Advertising Committcc III, IV. Portllolc Stag IV. Slmrc Breezes IV. Camera Club. Ilnpjwy go-l111'l1y 111111 jvrvffy, folly, 11101l1'tf, 111111 zrilfy. NORMAN I-IERMAN Glas Club IVQ Opcrctta IV. Football Manager III. Track I, II, IIIg Captain II. Hu1'111m 11111 011 z1'i11g1'1l fvvf, S11 lfirf lvllflllrlll, xli111 111111 flvvf. JEANNETTIZ COWIN Glue Club III, IVg Opcrctta III, IV. Lcaclcrs' Club III, IV. Basketball Manager IV. A laugh so 11111111113 fbl'l'L',X 1101 1111olf11'1' 0111' yvf Ax bvflrly 11111f lmlr 111 fbc Olll' of I1'1111111'If1'. NWALTER KR EMM Basketball III, IVg Captain IV. Football III. Track III, IV. Hr' xfmulx Ibm' b11.xkc'lx, Olll' u71Ilfl'l' K1 Noi so his u'01'1lsg bv govt "11-fJ1'111.' fiffffll 'i'II1lIl an 'RS V, 11. ' Q. . I'-I .ass - ' VR :Hx pg i f' 5 N X V .f 'v -wx s 'T' S- 4 T I sw' N ' A . l 'Kgs r 11" , , -,..... ., - ,C.,.. . ,. ..-. WAY.-.i.,..- - ' DOROTHY ,. TLER Student Council III, IVg President IV. Clee Club III, IV: Operetta III, IV. Leaders' Club III, IVg President IV. Portlwle Staff III. Bnslxetball II, III, IV: Captain III. U11 Mn' lulxkvflmll floor the is .111 izgilify, WH' know frm in-I1 u'e'll miix ber ability PAUL MCCORMICK Ifntered from Green River Institute. Glue Club III, IVg Secretary-Treasurer IV. French Club IV. Orchestral III, IV: Secretary-Treasurer IV. Band III. IVQ Secretary-Treasurer IV. Iiootbnll III. Tool! foo!! loo!! SUIIIIIIS fbi' fllbzl of Pan! fluff Ng ut be ix, il c'0z'w'.v him ull. EDITH GRDINA Entered from Collinwood High School. Sliore Breezes IV. Cnr lwypixf tliy, 11111. tlz'jn'1nlul1lv lvl work mul play 1'0r11111vmIul1lz'. HAROLD MEIRERT Entered from Collinwood Higli School. Glee Club IV. WWII z'i'rml in fbi' xlly arf li our lilllf' M1'ir'rl. HANNA HART Glue Club I, Il, III: Operetta I, II, III. I,e.iders' Club III, IV. Sliure Breezes IV. Sfflilltlf ll.'lJt'Il going, lmril fo xhzrl, Tlmfx our lilllv Hanna Hart. xixfu n ,ig X I - N. ' . x I N I -- L , -,: 'Tv ' A 53 5 IE' 2 -QI! .QI - V fxvxfl X x J? ,ull x'Qxl3 l 1-'L DANIEL MILLER Glee Club I, II, III, IV, Leader IV, Oper- ett.1 I, II, III, IV. Senior Play Ola, fw l't1lI ting, 30011-Iookillg Dim! Wlml if uw lXillI,f? zur know ln' run.. BETTY HAUSCHILD Glee Club II, III, IV, Operetta II, III, IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. Porthole Staff IV. Shore Breezes IV. Orchestra IV. Brlfy ix a clvzfrr zurmg Anil bow sbt' pluyx ibut violin! HUGH MILLER Entered from Franklin High Selmol, Lua Angeles, California. Glee Club IV, Operetta IV. Purthole Staff IVQ Art Editor IV. Shore Breezes IV. iq url uv' kll01L' bv Jon e.x'n'llg Anil zuilb n frombom' bi' :Iam fix well. HELEN LARICK Glee Club IV, Operetta IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. French Club IV. Porrhole Staff III, IV. Shore Breezes II, III, IV. National Honor Society A u1i1iJv11 My, rrx4'1'z'i'rI, null izwrf, Yr! our FOIIIKI u'4rr'u'Iy my "1n'li!i'." ROBERT MILLER Entered from Franklin I-Iigh Schtml, Lux Angeles, California. Basketball IV. Baseball IVQ Track IV. Foollmll, lmikrilmll, lmxvlmll, mul Hurle- II7lmf will uw' :lo 1l.'iflJ0llf Bobby lmrk? si'I'4'Hfi'i'n ,.'S.i ,., 9' , . s ,E xylP " . ' ... .. .f.,,,f.. .a,..,..X..f,- : 4- f'- .4. fl fo " X J' .' x " v X it I - IVR .ex N -5 ff: .- - X P lf' 1' 'WIT I - I kurt ll pw I 49' 1 I 4 l I I l l LUCY MATHFWS Class Secretary-Treasurer I, II. Glee Club II, III, IV, Operetta II, III, IV. Basketball II, III, IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. Porthole Staff IV. "Siu-vi jwriornllily, full of 1'axmlily." CHESTER MORRIS Iintcreel from East Tech. Track III, IVQ Captain IV. Purthole Staff IV. Movie Operator IV. Football Manager IV. Stage Property Manager III, IV. National Athletic Honor Society National Honor Society Trurk. IIIUITFX, sfugr, rum' "xfr0f" This boy for Short Jill quilt' 11 lol. IENNIE MERTEK Iiaeketball Manager IV. l.eaelers' Club III, IV. Portliolc Staff III, IV. Shore Bree7es III, IV. French Club IV. Camera Club. Her l'-VFX vfvinv arm' xfmrklv-il'x a Ihilllffflll look Ton! vonzvs fo lm' fart- ax ibm' Walls our book. ,IOHN PEARSON Cwlee Club II, III, IVg Operetta II, III, IV. Orchestra III, IV. Band III, IV. Advertising Committee II. Tfwn' ixn'l nzurb fo lbix Iifflt' man, Bllf be flow his bil u'fJcrrz'cr' br' fan. MARGARET OGILVIE Leaders' Club III, IV. Class Treasurer III. Sin' rarrirv ln'r'wIf uilb rfignily ami ease, Resc1'z'v1l, zvilb erm' a xmile fo please. eighteen IW:- Z . I. . Ny, . xix- X I Q ,X igp " II HIE PUR II HU I .IE 'I' MI I M Sf , +I .xi I r IACK XVI-IITTLE Cheerleader IV. Glee Club III, IV: Operetta III. IV. Porrhole Staff IV. Shore Breezes IV. Band IV: Drum Major. Entered from Glenville III. lurk :may lmu' 11 zcwukiirrv of inwzrf B111 limi fiom nm' birirfw' lvim in l0l't'l"S url. JANET PETROWSKI' Glee Club III, IV: Operetta III, IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. French Club IV. Camera Club Senior Play A Iitlir min zrfm is :Try hzlkiifireg Souix' foikv jimi fwfr' qliifv p1'01'0rufi1'e. RUTH REPKA Cvlee Club II, III, IV: Opererta III, IV. Leaders' Club III, IV: Vice President IV. Porthole Staff IV. Camera Club S110 Iingrrr af noon, rin' lingers af niglrlg Wby fiom xfn' 1ilI.Ql'l'? HlIll1t'l'? Tbiifs right! LEONORA SIGNORISTTI Leaders' Club III, IV. French Club IV: Treasurer IV. Shore Breezes III. Porrliole Staff IV. Camera Club IV. Senior Play Timm' iv1'f tl girl :cfm ii any X1l'l'l'fK'l' Than fbiv um' zrlvo zrrifex pm'lrry by ffm' 1m'fz'r. HIILIEN SPIINCER Student Council II: Seeremry II. Glee Club II, III, IV: Operetta II. III, IV. Porrhole Staff III. Shore Breeves III. French Club IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. National Honor Society Senior Play Her4"x fo fbi' girl zvillw frry lmir Wlzoxcf Vzllllizlllf xmili' :rr roulci not xfmrv. lII'I!CfL"L'll U I I S I Aan. fl I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I I I Q3 I I I e TH IPURTIHIOILIE2 jf' va I I '14 . . ' C , jg H N. ,, sax I r X ,sl ,, . '-ww' X 1 T , I E XV Q Q MILDRED STEIN Glee Club IVQ Operetta IV. Basketball III, IVg Captain IV. Leaders' Club III, IV. Bmkvflfull uzptuin, 11 zvi: ai gzmril, In f'z'ury guun' "Milly" pluyml baril. XX-'A I E JEAN WILSON 5 Entered from Villa Angela. Q Leaders' Club III, IV. 5 Class Secretary III. l l Creliestra IV. l Spelling Champion III. i I Camera Club l l In corriilor aml z'li1xsi'O0111, slvrvf umf iwlafr, I 5 Anil our bus! xlwllvr um Ivan in I l l I T l 4- -l " F 1 4 f MARY ZAGAR I I Entered from Villa Angela. , Lenders' Club. l i ryvx, 928. A sweet IIHI1' lmly u'iflJ snappy brouxrz . Slu' um ihwll a Illrlllij bear! 1l'l1t'lIt'l'4'I' sbr' f V lriiiv. I I . if .. .4 i 13.61- -J ,AII M I ,1 tivmzty E PURTHULE A of as -'L N - x -' 1 tb ' R fx 1 , CU.. ' -gi '35 'Q K y - v 'W ' x - 2' f' AE T S f GL. T v X, Yi' f A K il xff- , . ff' : I I Xtsqz- I 5- ,- A 2' b 1 CLNAVILVL DOUT'l' DH't'Lkf0I' uf SL'l'I'il't' Play The: llmuiiiinmelite: Srtirwalinlgfeirs A Comedy in Three Acts by BOOTH TARKINGTON Presented by the Senior Class, May 24, 1929 CAST OF CHARACTERS Mr. Ames ..eeee,.ee...e..,ee.e...,e.,ee..e..eee.e, ....eee,ee....e.ee,.e,...,eeeee,e.., ee,e, ee.e, eeeee R O B IS RT MCCULLEH' Who is left deserted in a lonely way station because of L1 storm meets Isabel Sfzmrf s.,.e.,.,e,e,,ee..,ee.,e,e,e.es,.,eee.e ,. ss,,,,,s L ,..,s..s,,.. .E ,srs,s,ese,e, L s,,.e,,,,,e.,,e,s,e, HELEN SPENCER who has also been isolated there. They are rescued by FIOVUIIFCH sr.,e.. ,,,e,e,,,....ee,,,e,....s,e.e,. ....es M 1 XRIAN AHLBIAN a modern young flirt and Iobnuie Wbife ,.......,s,e.,,e..,e.,....e,....,,,..,e,.,,.e,,,ee,e,,ee..,e,e,e,e,,.,e,e,e, as e.,ese ,ese ,.,,DiNNIEL RIILLER her boy friend, who drives them to Isabel's home, where they meet Azznf Ellen ee.eeee. eeee...,,,ee,,ee,.e...,eee,,. . e,e,eee... .L eeeeeeee.,.ese s.,e.. , eeeeee,.eee LLIOVONORA SIGNORIYTTI the grand-niece of Isabel. Isabel employs the help of Maffie ,.,,,.ee,..,ee.e,e,ee.,e..,,.,...,, . se,.e,e e- ee,e,,,....s eeees , ,ees,eee , e,,e L. , JANET PFTROXYSKY the maid, in her attempt to intrigue Ames. Sfafiozz-Maxim' eLe,eee,,,. e,,,e,e,.,e,,..s,s,eee,.,e , WWIOHN CONx'Ifusif Henry ,.ee..eeee..e L e.., . JOHN Piguxsox the butler. fTA'L'Ilfy-UIIL' " THE IPQDRT COLE XQW w I x ' , ' N " .. .. : A . 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'I , I' 11 , ' " -" I ., ,, -I .1, 1 1 1 ',I.' 11.1 1 4 1 1 ,, -1 . 1 1 1", 1 1.4 1 . .-11.44 1, 1,1 , 1,1 1 11 I 1 .xf'1.1 ,11't' ,1I, I 1 11 1 1 "Un 111 ' Y1'f': I 111' - ' I1,.1, 1 1"1 .gf .A 111 419.1 1 I 1 7 1 nmumnrumnnun . vunnwnu Q A, 4 II HE PUR II HUII JE " ' " I CHARLI-.5 SC.I'IUBl'RT Cl-m1u.1iS Nfxso H1-NRX' GE'l'l,14,ll - El1.sxvo1u'H I'IOUSliH G14,N12vl14.v1a CI.AliK Bl:ATRIC'li HlliSCl'I JIZB Qlauss OFFICERS ,,,, ,,,. , , W, Pl'c'Xfcfc'1lf Vin' l'1'f'xiffu111' . K Sr'c'l'1'f1ll'-1' o1,m111 Y . 1"rmx1zrvr Sflllllfllf Cilllillfjl Mvzzzlvvr Sz'llltl1'lIf Cjflllllffl Aft'HIl7z'l' MISS ESTH1-lx RU9Sl4,l,I, Sjmuwr NHEMBERS Cl.1rk, Gcncviuvc I'liI'NCl1, Bcatricc Xlyurw, Ralph Crozier, Nvcrncr Hmxwlmldcr, lfllxxvmilx Nam, Cl1.11'lL-N ldrrcll, Leslie Kisllmrdt, lucillc Sulmulwrt, L lmrlcx Gutlcr,,lIf:n1'y McUun.1ld, Ruth Tusl, XY'.1llcr trvrrlty-fl ru Murulnuu, xl.lI'g.ll'Cl A HE PORT Om RICHARD PROUDIPOOT... ANTON VIDRIQRO E IDOROTHY TURK, O MARGARET LUCASWO ROBERT MARCPI 1DORO'I'HLA MARrLNs,.O,O Gl4.OIkGlp SciWiELRi5R E Miss MABLL CRON15 O,O.,, MIA Class OFFICERS .....O.,, Pr0sin'enf , ,,,,,, Vlu' Pl'l'.Yit1ll'l7f ,,,O,,,O Sr'c'i'vfary O O OOO...O.OOOO,,OO...... ..,Tl't'l1SIll'l'l' SfIltfL'lIf Cozmfil Meffzbw' ,,,,,,SfIllI'C'IIll Cozlufil Mc'11111m' CLASS CO1 ORSTBIIIU Chrixmpher, lluanirn COnr.1d, Thendnre Goodwin, james Green, Wfnlter Kinkupf, .Imuphine Knight, jeanettc Kressin, May Krxnik, Edward Lemmon, Marie MEMBERS Longo, Josephine Lucas, Mngaret Lusher, Mnrabell March, Robert Manvelmnn, Sarah Martens, Dorothea Noela, Stella Ogilvie, Helen Pl.1nr7, Garnett Puwcll, Norman Sf1ltI,l'lIf Cmmril NIUIIIIFCI' Sjronsm' nuff Gold Proudfout, Richard Riedel, Lester Scheerer, George Turk, Dorothy Vidriek, Anton Williaiwis, Kenneth XVillkOmm, Marie Wissninii, Viola Zivkovic, Marie twrwty-sx',z' A Q . Q Q- i W i :. Nxt R ' . 'rx YY' Ii , 412' At-Its? ' , . . fi SCOTT CRAMPTONO RACPiEL CZAINIERON ,, LUCILLE IRIDDELI .,,, MIB Class OFFICERS P1't'siJw1f Vin' P1'vxiifi'111' ,, ,,,, Sltllftllj ADELE HlCKS.,...,,,.. or it ,,, O,,.,...,,Tm1x11wr CLIFTON ALGER Hsflltlfllf Clllllllijl Mruzfwi' ROBERT LOWDER OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO T or ,Sfmlvnf Cfmuril Afwazfwr Miss LUCILLE AINGWORTH OOOO E To to ,OOOOO ,Sjmuxor Alger, Clifton Cameron, Rachel Crampton, Scott Dcvor, Leslie Duff, Will.it'd Gcvann, Artliur Gill, Jack Herman, Marjorie Hicks, Adclu twclzfy-srzfwzv MEMBERS llopricli, Knrltcrint Hunter, P.iulinc Lludkins, Iidwin Longo, Otto Lowdcr, Robert Maccy, jamcx Miller, Stuart Mmscr, H.irolrl Parks, Rolwcrt Ritltlcll, lucillc Slmllcy. lutlwig Sitlclall, litlmuml Slcp.lnox'icl1, l,ily.m Stcvcm. Urvc: Tliomnx, R.1lpl1 Tr.1rr.1r. Yiolcr XY.1tci'w.1al1, Antoincric xY'lCl1Cl'l1, Carl K xi il , X al A 4' NE ., . , sl M, V- , r'- ' HST, . I ' X I . ' ' oi .. .31 '---H XVl1,1.mM W1Ns1.oxw' E SHERIDAN I'IORXY'ITZ ,, E Lmvxu NLIZ TRAUB MzXliGA RET PELLERIN. Mm' Px'1,.14. ,i ,, Iaaaov COLLINS MR. KNOX E Amidicli, lfmilic Annlcrxim, llilalmutli Aiulrcws, Llaarlcs Arnmcida, liurnicc l'1incl4lcy, klulin liunncina, XVcslcy Iiriglclx. .lulin lirull, Nlildrcal liukuvcc, Cllaarlcs Iiukovcc, liranccs Clainplcjulir., Ruud C,,cnlncr, licrniuc Clavuy, Arvilla Llincs, Margaret Cilymcr, W'illi.1n1 Camllins, l.L'ruy C,uugl1lin, Cfulcttc Clnwin, Mary lfclkcr, Ciunuvicvc lrux, lfli HUA Qllalss OFFICERS MEMBERS Guliim, Iilurcncc Cirill, Alien hcliring, Ifstlicr Hill, lkxlmcr Hurwiw, Sheridan vlainiwn, Virginia lnliiiwii, l'vY.1LlI1.'I Kruscr, Katlicrinc latuur, Richard I,.lLlklCflJ.lCl1, Edgar lawckard, Xvilliani I,in'imcr, Alcx Nlantcl, Gcurgc Millar, Mildrcnl Mortimer, Irma O'llonncll, Ann Ovcracrc, Catherine Palkn, -lulin Parmalcc, Riclmard m,P1'vsiJv11f Vim' Prvxia'4'11f , 7 St't'l'l'ftll'J' E EiEE,.E. E i.,E,. ..,Trmzs11rvr .sflltlfllf CUIlIIl'i1 Nll'HIl?t'l' Slmfwzf Coznzvil Nll'HI!ll'l' E E E ,,E, SIJUIIXUT Pilla, Lucy Pyle, May Rcddcn, Richard Ruse, Clliarlcx Scidul. Rutli Sliarnas, Hclcn Spcidcl, Lynn Stcngur, Iftlwl Testa, Carl Tmnavic, Victoria Traub, Lawruncc Triman, Alvin Vedder, Erma XY'CgI'l1Jl'l, Virginia NVilmS, Edward XVinsluw, W'illiam XVitmcr, -Innc Win, Ruth Zcllc, Dorotlly Zook, klolm M fury fight 'II HE, POR II' QD!! JE 1 2-L - xegf-f' i aug. E' j i P' I i ."- .4 tzvvz 1013 Clliaiss OFFICERS GIKETCHIEN SCI-IXVAN E , ee eeeee . . Pluwiifvzzf FRANCES NLMEC ., .. Sm'rvh1r"y-Tnuzmrm' RUTH NASON eeeeee ee Sfznlvnz' Conuril Mvnzluw Miss JANE WIIJI,,IANIS eeeeeee E Y ,, 77,,, ,, Y 7 7 , Spfmmr Bauer, Anna Bixler, Rutli Boyence, lalary Bricel, Florence Burgcrt, Robert Carlson, Lennart Carney, Margaret Disanto, Evelyn Douglas, Helen Drenik, Franeeis Elccker, Fred Fiali, Ijlivabetli Hartman, Hilda Hartyel, Mary '-Hina' Crass COLORS-Bllll' mul Gi-any MEMBERS Haslin, Arline Haven, Gerard Himpleman, ,Iulm lscliay, Harry Keipert, Helen Lane, Gertrude Morris, George Murray, Katherine Muswer, lNlelyin Nason, Rutli Neely, Lenurc Nemec, Francex Nuxse, Louis Peek, Caruline llellerin, Margaret lluie. Sltllllill Pyle, Freda Rueiler. xYlllll.1I11 Rogers, Violet Seliwan, Gretchen Spencer, leYerne Sullixan, Marjorie Tegel, l'ranli licliner. Sanfuiwl XY'aelaer, Grace XY'agner, l:l'.lIh.'cx XY'el1Nrer, lfvelyn Xxlllllixlllllll, xlnlin . xi ' 1 L'1.'aul? I ,j i HE ieoiitar om 4 7:4 fl' i ' A , A l x 1 I N. " , 1 l ' . t Xi. N . " .. , qt xr .N N X U 9 A f -Q. CL ',-, U V l , ,ha .Af 'A V I .QA I ' 3' . ,Q ' 'XJ NAJ..-A 7 - 'I ' ,1 a . -9 t-.1 -, .. ' I 9A Class OFFICERS KENNETki BENDING GERTI1UDIi, WAGNlilK 7, DUANLQ LARICK,,,,,,,, EUNICE GILSON , 7 RICLXAIKD AISBOT' ,- MARION THOINIAS. ,,.v ,,,,Pl'l'Nit1t'III4 ,.,lIil'L' PI'L'SitlC'lIf ,ttmuSi't'i't'ft11'Vv LuuuuuuuLuT1'n1s111'e1' SfIlt!l'lIf Cozmril Al4'NI!7L'I' SfIltlL'lIIl Cozzuvil All'lII!7t'l' MR. STANLEY XVHIILSIDEB 4,., .L .. eeeeeeeete L , ,HSPONSOR CLASS COLORS--Blavk mmf Gold Abbott, Richard Bain, Corliss Barber, Paul Bending, Kenneth Bixler, Helen Blulam, Alma Bonnema, Mary Boyencc, Alex Browning, Victoria Byrne, Robert Cambria, Thomas Cimperman, john Covert, W'illian1 Cowin, Ruth Crovier, XVayne MEMBERS A to M finclusivej Davis, Frank Daw, Williana Devnun, Louis Doherty, Marian Donohue, Glenn Drenik, Helen Egger. Milton Ifttenger, Marguerite Iiioretti, Ralph Fox, Stephen Gilson, Eunice Green, Melvin Hall, W'illiam Hart, jack Harwood, Eugene Harwood, Orville Hernale, Helen Howard, jack -Iagotlnik, Anton -Iarc, Mary Rorrhals, john Kroetv, Harold Lariek, Duane Lauderbaeh, Clarence McAuliffe, Mary Louise MeCahan, Bernard McMillan, Elilabeth Malovrh, Louise Mason, Xv'illl3l'l'l Mihevic, Marie MoHet, Marian thirty xv'-rwx W 5 Q I THE PGRT om Nason, Etlitli Nelson, Alvar Nelson, Herbert Neurolir, Lillian Nolan, Mary Norris, Norma Palko, Agnes Nosse, John Pnrenti, Angelo Passerello, Florence Patterson, Surlene Podosky, Angela Poje, Louise tlzutx one 9A Qllensfs N to Z Qinclusivej Rake, Helen Saun tlers, lfll.1 May Serino, Joe Sliimrocli, Mike Sieldall, Iris Spearman, Ruth Stein, Howard Stuekall, Dudley Strakol, George Stray, xVllliJl1l Strunk, john Sturm, Anton Sylvester, jack Teskn, Eleanor Thomas, Lena Tlmonms, Marion Tiffany, George Tippen, klolin Trnuln, Fred Trimnn, Ifugene Turk, Adeline XV.1el1tell, Lester Xxlidglllff, Gertrude NVill, X7.llCl'i.l XVilli.1nis, Irene Nvruek, Ailene X , " .si 4 N 5 U N11 1 ii HE PUR ii HUII ,E " 3' :b xxx? " UXXS' i D AN'I4L7N KINKOPF e ZVQNIAIAR I-Iiulmu EI,IZABI'I'H Vlnuciiluls joS111f111N11 G1.llxII-,X'lCkI DONALD MCDQNALD . MI5S PPRA CAMPB1-.LL CLAS Anmnicci, Dnminic Pmressi, Ifmnk iilllmvec, Ruse Cainemn, Beatrice Clmarles, Meryl Liiiiders, Mary Ifilcn Iilirley, XViiii.lH1 Ifriswli, Dorothy Cierjevieli, -Imepliine Halvcrie, Steve Il.ll'lI11.lI'l, Iidward Iluprieli, klulm Hrilmr, Zvoninmr 913 Class OFFICERS .,,,,. Pl't'Xil1l'lIf 7 Vin' PI'l'Xit1t'lIf Sl'l'l't'flIl'y Trvuszz rw' Sfzzffvlzf CllIllIl'iI AfIl'lllI7l'7' SIIUIIXIH' 5 CZOLORS-Blllt' nm! Wlvifv MEMBERS LI.lI1iI7, xY'illi.'ll'l'l qleliliekn, Ifdwud -Iulinwn, Annie Kinkupr, Anton Kuekenmeister, Helen I..1Sci1, Lucille Mellonnld, Donald Meissner, Donald Metrger, I5r.mk Miskericli, Annie Murphy, I.CI1Ul'C Nniitigal, Frank Nemec, Matthew Nnsse, Anna Parisi, Catlierinc Pariwi, Jennie Philiipe, Jeim Plummer, M.1rtim Rnmoni, Tony Stewart, Duane Tousley, Rene Smith, Louise Spelko, Frank Vidugeris, liliznbeth XY'atcrwnsl1, Carrie Yancer, LnVunne Zupancic, Sreplmnin th irty-i1c'0 l HE PQRTH ME QW x VX-:xx T'QQwwv Y N ' X Nw' ff f f vcfff X f X Q , X XX X 5 X Q Xxx X 122 WW ffm? .f fa X ,X ,A 1 ',l QR Q: I M X A ,. vbyuf il iw! N7 gtxwsgv, I A' , x xx: K X' T n xxx A Y fa., V Y .YA Q Z f, YNQ. -4 Q H, :M K If? , Ml' .- r I'-.,,,..,.9' mv ,--f-nh-rv ,Rh , f x Q N 'Y 'xl -4 'ff 'L ,di -, M EFRIMQ -41' 'A ' 1 5 f 1 I E 1 21 X 1 , F , . , Y j , r ww. 'A' W ji za XE - X ,J Sw- gkiqgqyg fly X Q . I XJ- -w 1 fe ' Q iwivl? K XNQSX4- f gxymgix Ya .. XL A A I f I J. ' Jfkbxwk gp' ' 'Q J . 6' . S, 'N PQ 4 ' WAV ga- VC , Nr? ,N f 4 N fsw, xnxx! X si X X, R Aj. dw pi , t N I 441- 15 ,. N3 .4 V Nxjpgu. ,mah 6 gi any ' Y , .J N F - S YN xv Mx' - Xqxigulfz, ,"A ' V 1 HW- ' J K . S . . ..,, .N ,mv V.h- -.. ... .. UL ....,,,,,,...A,,,,,...,,., .,v...... ., M.. .........,, .., . tlzfrfy-H1rL'c G x HE PQRT LE .f X - xx .. - . N 'K iv ..v 4, A. gg : 4 "5 X f- ' r .IL 4 4 - it 3? x X Tlhliircdl Annnail Spelllliing Match For the past three years, a spelling contest has been held at the close of the first semester to determine the champion speller in the high school. The last two contests were old-fashioned, oral "spell downs", but this year a five-minute dictation was read, and the student writing this para- graph with the fewest mistakes was named champion. Each English class was represented. The class champions were seated at desks on the stage before the assembly. Miss Swartz, Supervisor of the English Department, read the paragraph from Eugene Wright's book, T60 Grcfrzf Horn Spoon. lrma Mortimer, a sophomore, won the championship. The class champions were: 12A Jean Wilson 12B Ellsworth Householder 11A Richard Proudfoot 11B Adele Hicks 10A lrma Mortimer-Champion 10B Betty Fish 9A Lena Thomas s ln 1928 Jean Wilson won the championship, and in 1927 Emily Kovacic held the honors. A lllresllarnangs Song at Graduation TUNE! "S1L'z'f'1'lm11'1's on Panztlrl' Single file they come down the aisle, The Seniors on parade, I can't help sigh as they pass me by The Seniors on paradeg lid love to join the line, but they bar me, For it takes many credits to join their army, How I pine just to fall in line With the'Seniors on parade. E. T. Literary Programs Literary programs are a bi-monthly occurrence at Shore. They were established for the purpose of giving students a chance to appear in public. Miss Doutt, the faculty manager of these assemblies, arranges the calendar in which are programs by each department, speeches by faculty members and by outsiders, and musicales. tl11'1'ty-fum' 1 , . , 1 N 1 4 w 4 w W I 4 "li ...F ,kv :I 11 1 .'1 1 vp: 1 ..1x..iv1y-fvq1.1r. 1 1fm2z.:1'.',t'xQ .," 1'1, 'ff 1 , 11' n1 x . V1 -1111 . A 11.1 1 1 .1L N .11.n4i, V, '1 11 11 1 1,,1 , I '1-. ,- ' .111,,.1f. 1.". x ,., - , ' ' 7 1 t . 111 1 X1 11'1' '1 "1","M 1,1-f111'f :X , " ' '- ' '1, 11.H'.1.. 1' 1 11 1,f, 41, - 1 ' 'h".1 'W'I. '. . 1. 11, 1 , 1' wing. .l.?.,,3 1.1 1 1 "Jn - ' M' 'f"f XML ' 1' 1 ' - '.1, ' -1-.1111-'-.' "": 11.12" . 1-1' 117 4 1 11 ,1 -1 1 1 1'11 11. 41 .1.f 11.1- ,., 1 .,'. 31 1 v 1 1'.',, 1 1 1 .1. uf 1,., 11. 1 , 12 1 1 1 '10 11 "1 11., .11 ' 1 1.. ' .I 1' 1 J 14.1, .., 11,1 1111 I: 1 -11,14-1: 1711. 1 1 111 J' .1 1 ..- 'V' '11 1 1, I , I. .1 H251 '11 111 A. 1 1 11 ' vl. ' ..1' Y., ' 1 Q 1 .1,,-.1 11 .,.,1 '-, yll Q ' .ei I' uf L , "" 1' II HE PUR II U ll JE 'f ' H it . - l i Bmmfdl OFFICERS xlfxcix WIIi'1-l'1,,14i Y to E E to E ,sD1'11u1 Mtzjm PA UI. Mc.Co1m1lt it , , Sc'c'1'a'h11'-v-Trwlxzlrf1 Folio L. CASE .C C. , Plrrzzlfy Di1'm'for will Mmmjgii CARL Lro C eM11.xit' SIlfJ1'I'l'fNUl' izml Djl't'l'fIll MEMBERS C0l'l11'lx- Clii'l'ord liantel Robert liurget' Carl XViclier'n Tw1111'1ul1i'4 XY'illiam Mason ' Ilwlifull- Paul McCormick Sirxnpfmllm- klolm Bincltlev Urves Stevens lirank Davis rllfu Ilurflxi Ralpli llonnema Leroy Collins Alex lanrimer Bnlfifflllfi' lennart Carlson IJVIIHIX1 -lolin Pearson Dudley Stocltall CliIl'llla'fY?- -loliu Bukovic l'lez'l3crt Nelson Shore Band lias completed its second successful year under faculty suptrxision The band has played during the last year at all liorne football and basltetwill cunts and at some games that were away from liome. Mr. Leo is our music director and supervisor. Mr. Case, faculty tutctoi int manager, has given, voluntarily, liis services to tlie school. tl1ir'l,x'-sum u X . .- N ' r Y "4 ' ig: T? 2' 1 5-NX .-x ,Ai Q - , We 5 H' Cfiweangxgmg' L ima A-5 vi" is S EFLZEI 4' '-1 a 1 ff f' QL' X . Come an' get 'em fix Fi" Q 'x E l H I E , I 4 I so 1. 3 ak, lf- and iQ HY Adi: fsdpeul P"T' A T 6 Musnc Masters On a skate thirty-r'ig1l1t HE PQRTHULE U9 . X "' l . E, iv- 4 P5 I' Y ix -Q ei 5, . ""iiQfi' x , I ry 'xtxym l ' ' ' I El -' ,::4.L41x--,:v-2 Girls? Gllee Qllulb ALICE CIMPIZRMAN ELSIL TAYLOR MAY KIKESSIN MARIAN APILNIAN MRS. MAUDLQ LAWS Alilmnn, lN1.lfl.ll'l Anderson, Illimbetli Bixler, Rutli Brett, Mildred Bukovec, Frances Cimpernmn, Alice Clark, Genevieve Clnvey, Arvilla Cowin, Jeannette Getler, Dorothy Grill, Alice Hauscliild, Betty thirty-niizc 1 OFFICERS MEMBERS Herman, lx'1.l1'i0I'lC Hicks, Adele Hirbeli, Beatrice ilaniison, Virginil Kressin, May Larick, Helen Lemmon, Marie Martens, Dorutliea Matliews, Lucy Miller, Mildred Noeli, Stella Petrowsky, Janet Lemlw' Ser'refr11'y eT1'et1s11re1' ,,Lif11'urirz11 .e I11xfr11r'f01' Pfeil, lilorenct Pill.1, Lucy Repka, Rnrli Spencer, Helen Stein, Mildred Step.inox'ieli, Lilyan Stmy, Helen Tnylnr, Elsie Tomnvie, Victoria XY'illkoinm, Marie Xvitmer, 1.1110 Zivkovie, Marie HE IPDORTHULE SONG uvmx QX525: QQAQS f QQVXELDYK Rav! ,J 16 X. cjff MRS, LAWS fl I V .fl 3, . Q WIFIIIIIE IPIIIIIJIPIIIIIIILIE QW DANIEL MILLEIK Boysg Gllfee Club PAUL MCCORMICK JACK VVHITTLI3 LLL, Myers, Ralph Mcicrt, Harold McCullcy, Robert Miller, Hugh B.1lltCl, Cliifurd Lorimcr, Alex xX,lI1Sl0Vl', w,llll.lI11 forty-uns M OFFICERS MEMBERS argrct Lucas, Pftllljxif Cr.IIIIpmn, Scott l'lOLl5Cl10lLlCI', lYllswuI'tlI Convcrw, kluhn HcI'III.III, Nt1IAll1.1l1 NJSKD, Charles Algcrs, Cliftun Vidrick, lXlll'l1OI1y L L,,L I,I'I1JvI' SI'rI'I'fI1I'y- Tl'l'lISlll'L'1' Lif1I'4Iri11I1 lvU.ll'SOI1, -luhn ll0l1l1CIN.'l, Ralph Snctsingcr, KuIIIIctlI Gill, 'lack Gctlcr, Henry Spcinlcl, lynn SCl1CClAC1', Gcnrgu .,' X fl .F THE IPD R COLE Ca 411 fo 3 1 f .5 , f f 4 if gil 'J' ,Aff ,r ,, ., 5.1, ..,g,f":, ", !f.,1 If , W, ,,Af-.H-,, v Siva ff'-.g ' - R, I, f:.f - . H ---, - I , 'Z ,, . . I C2 s A 5 1 ,I V' 9, A f ' ' ' I Mary BOIIIIVIIILI. Hwlurz Ilvrrzzlr, .fxllxflzl l'mlmk,y, I,L'IlUl'1' AIIIFIJIIY, Ilvlvn K1rrfcw1111vixfw', Elizubrfb Viiflrgvrix. Mary Cnzrin, ,Xflrlirzr Turk, Illlxl Tfmnmx, Ifllu Nluy Sullmlrrx, Irvm' W'illmn1w, Mary Nolan. lVImgq11uri!r EfHIl.gl'V, Mary Lrlzriw lVIc'A111ij74', Marion TXTKJIIIAIY, Ifllllill' C9flXUl1,AxI7'N. 1VI1111Jv Lwlvix flmlrurlorj Chconrnalll Club MAIKION THOMAS , .,44 , ,,,Ll'tltft'I' EUNICE GILSON ,. A A ., , , Sl't'l'L'ftll'J,' MAIKX' S. MCAULIFFE AAAAAA ..,Lf!7l'lIl'itlII MAUDIi LAWS A,Di1'vf'foJ' forty-two Q' E ipoiiafr oiiin Fi 6 ' Ii ' 1 N' ' x N ' 3 ' , . , 3 I V ,-- , L N- ,Xi 'G to , . . Y '- X i M 5: 4 2 ' 'li .I ,N .1 V, - . X -Q N .. ' . . , 5 'N iv? ig. if .ff , X XJ' - I . ".' KVV, 1 'v , 5 0 i ii , N 1 V . if A -.- , " A"-"N rexx ' Orchestral OFFICERS ,, Y, 7 ,,,, , ,,,,,,7,,,,, D11'4'c'fui' CARL Liio . Foiao L. CML C ,,,Fclc'll1f'j' Mfzmzgvi' . ,,,, ,,, Pimldwlf CLI!-'I-LJIRD BANTEL to C PAUL lN'lCCZORNlICli Y A Si'v1'v1'i1i'y-Tmiszzwi' MEMBERS Hrif Vinfiux- Swruml Viufini Clifford Bantel Betty flaiiseliiltl ,lean XY'ilwn Rieliartl Ablmir Leroy Collins joe Serino nlolin Tippen .Inlin Pearson Cfuf'i1Ii'fs- SrIXalfVlVUlli'X- john Bukovic john Binekley Herbert Nelson Orves Slevenx llll'lUfll1!JlIl'X1 FlV"'k U-Hia Ralpli Bonnema Ifllflfhllllllllif Alex Lorimer lennart Cirlwn 7ll'HHI!7lHIt'- I,7'IllllKi' Nvilliam Mason Uuilley Stoelsall Snlim1ifvr111i'H- l'li11mi Paul lNlCCK7l'l11lCli Nlargaret lueax Shore Orchestra, organized two years ago with a membersliip of live, now has an enrollment of twenty. During the last year, the orchestra has progressed very rapidly under fnrthi'-tl: the supervision of Mr. Leo, and tlie voluntary direction of Mr. Case. VCC -H T T N This ieoisfrisio 1' N -45, xl 1 t , X . s .. 5 ' lv' XX t I ' gf X x..' - : ,A Shore Breezes WW Y I T5 If if lP2X?HM2'T'51L' 'l xx 554550095 Shore's weekly newspaper, the Shore Breezes, first organized in 1923, is edited by the class in journalism, under the supervision of Miss Clare Swartz. The journalism department is new at Shore this year and has raised the Breezes to a higher standard than it has ever attained in the past. This four page mimeographed publication, edited every Tuesday, is a charter member of the National Scholastic Press Association. Occa- sionally a twelve page Special Edition is published, a sort of literary number, containing the journalistic effusions of the school. It is through the efforts of Miss Darst and the typing department that the printing of our paper is made possible. The paper has a circu- lation of two hundred and iifty copies. Tyjaixfs Rachel Clements Lucille Kisthardt Edith Grdina Philomena Vidugeris Hanna Hart M i 111 mg ru fibers Clifton Alger Frank Bricel John Brigleb Charles Bukovec Marian Ahlman Frank Bricel Ellsworth Householder Helen Larick Dorothea Martens Paul McCormick Hugh Miller f0IH'lll11iSlII Class Reed Campeljohn Scott Crampton Ellsworth Householder Jack Whittle Ralph Myers Florence Pfeil May Pyle Elsie Taylor Dorothy Turk Jack Whittle Mary Zagar All Al1IFl'fC't1II Honor Raiiug--Superior is the way Shore Breezes was scored in the national newspaper contest sponsored by the National Scholastic Press Association in January. ffwty-four THE reorefrnoum Portllnollee Stffllllgllg RALPH MYLQRS ., ,,, FLORENCE PIYEIL JENNIL M1-IKTEK eeeeeeeeee PHILOMIINA Vlnucsuus or I-IUQI1 MIl.I.lili CLARK E. SXVARTZ , ASXf,YftIlIf Asxofiaff' Iiflifors Marian Ahlmnn Helen Lariek May Pyle Assixhlllf Pflllfflglllllll Eflifu Ruth Repka Axsixfufzf Ar! E11'i1'or Chester Morris I. OFFICERS An C, ..,,Et!jf0I'-ill-Clljt'f C Asmrirlfv Effifm' to Bzzxiuvss Nlumlgrr l'lwfug1'1:j1f1 Etfifur C C Ari Erfifm' , , ,Fclflllf-H' Atfrixrl' ixhmf B1lNfIll'XX Mulmgvrs Lucy Mathews Jack XVhittle Betty Hausehild Robert MeCulley Rachel Clements Leonora Signoretti May Kressin Clifton Algers hlilglretl Stein XY'alter Kremm Ralph Thomas Dorothea Martens v X " t , .N N" xl. V I Il HE PUR ll UH JE ' ?' .A f 1 . ' ' ' 3 Our Cafeteria Well planned, appetizing lunches, eaten in the cool of the cafeteria, make a pleasant break in the day's routine, and the material wants of the students are taken care of by an efhcient staff. Varied and seasoned menus are planned by Miss Rosenberger and cooked under her supervision by her assistants. The present cafeteria system was organized when Miss Rosenberger came to Shore in the fall of 1922. During winter, those lunching at school average S00 daily, receipts 375, while in the warmer months the receipts average S65 daily, about 450 availing themselves of this convenience. Mr. Wliiteside: Miss Grill, what do we mean by hybridizing? A. G.: Well, you take a bit of one tree and put it with another tree, and you get a new kind of tree. Mr. Wliitesidez And is that how we get the pineapple? Slhioregs Leadersg Club OFFICERS DOROTHY GETLER ,,,. ...,,..... e . ,,.,.s.....,..., .......,..... . Pl'C'5itl'f'llf RUTH REPKA ..,...,..... ...,,...... V ice Prcsidvrzf MARIAN AHLMAN .,,... ,,.., e SC'Cl'!'flll'-j'-TITIISHVPI' MARY WALKER ........ ,...............,...., S ponsor Shore's Leaders' Club has been organized for two years. It is composed of junior and senior gym girls, the purpose being to train the members in responsibility and leadership, and to create more interest in gym work. The club now numbers thirty- Eve girls. At the meetings, which are held every other Thursday after school, the girls are assigned various duties which help to keep order in class. Some of the members must check up on the number of gym girls taking showers, others on attendance, and still others on outfits. This system relieves Mrs. Walleer of much worry. One class, from September to February, under the guidance of leaders, always had perfect outfits, had no tardiness, and had 8729 of the girls taking showers regularly. In addition to the Leaders' Club, squads in all the gym classes have been organized, each one trying to make the highest number of gym points by doing specified things. And the result? Better, finer gym work with plenty of fun and enthusiasm. forty-six -ww V if THE POJRTHCODLIE2 2'f x Z: MI X uSK'X x Mb X ,l f -ix yt? 1' 3 xi if Ilia xxgwk l f-, --Q I sw wwf- ww-Isgclw. as-A' f Qfifm,I K .,,? x hw' Kqvr xH!-at , is A ,Hg Li, Q ' i,'w" '- ww 5 HY' K 'ar '-I , ffm .1 vw 7 . ff' 9 "' , , Q N In W 2 V , ' sr 'x -if , -. 'Q W 7 7' lf ' Q5 J' . J 'Y B Wwwa " .C-K X 4- GMES ' ' W Qtwf. RIQQNQM f,x.uQ A b M I AG' 2' '. 1 .4 ,.e.fw., furry-seven A! N Je gp - X :-: ls., l -fa. ,s - ' 1 Qfllla ' ' ' ' s' f" National Honor' Society Membership in the National Honor Society is something of which to be proud. To become a member in this nation-wide organization one must rank high in four cardinal qualities: scholarship, leadership, service, and character. W'hen a person is elected to membership, he is presented with a small gold pin in the shape of a keystone on which is engraved the torch of knowledge and the four significant letters: S. L. S. C. The charter was granted in 1925. SHORE MEMBERS Aitken, Irene eeeet 'ZS Kovacic, Goldie ...,..'28 Brigleb, Carl ,.t,t '25 Luikart, Fordyce ooeee. ..-,,,'28 Kinney, Laura ,,,, r..,, ' 26 Raeburn, Elizabeth ,,,,,,r,,, '28 Mann, Lillian - ,ee, '26 Ahlman, Marian ..,, ----.'29 Aitken, Russell d.dd,.ded .,dde ' 27 Larick Helen .,.., Anderson, Kenneth dded....de ,27 Morris, Chester e,.e Kovacic, Emily t.r... r,.tt ' 27 Pfeil, Florence ...E Schubert, Betty ,,., e..,, ' 27 Spencer, Helen .....,.,. Book, Harold t,.te '28 Vidugeris, Philomena Next? Significant word! It has meant something to every one of us. How well I remember one day being told, "May, you were only going to play tennis on Saturday afternoon, weren't you? Well, you'd better run into town and have that tooth taken out instead, I think." Of course Saturday dawned brilliantly, of conrxc' the courts were in perfect condition, of course the 2:33 train to town didn't have an accident, and of rolrrxt' the dentist hadn't died in the night. I sat down in the waiting-room, skimmed disgustedly over a two-years-old Literary Digesf, and stared deiectedly out into the hot street, where a cat basked in a patch of sun and licked its paws lazily. Hollow tone echoed along the hall, a door banged, and the footsteps of a penitent, newly released from the torture-chamber, sounded outside and died away in the distance. "Next!" I got up, licked my tongue lovingly round my tooth, and tried to remember a hymn about guardian angels as I climbed into that dreadful chair. I wondered vaguely if guillotines had seats, as the dentist fiddled among his thumb-screws and things, smiling kindly at me. The hypocrite! Now he was coming. Heavens! Need he really stretch my mouth quite so wide? Wow! He speared my gum with his poisoned-arrow thing, and started to dig up my tooth. Wliat a brute the man was! After a moment, the pain grew less. This wasn't so bad. I shut my eyes, and tried to remember that little twist of the wrist that made your service so deadly. It would be almost impossible to return a serve like that. Well, there would still be time to play after tea, if I caught the 4:10 train l1ome.- "Nou' then!,' I washed out my mouth vigorously, stepped down a little stifily, smiled more politely at the dentist, and walked down the hall. As I passed, I looked in at the waiting-room door, and glanced patronizingly at the luckless victim who sat thumbing the antique Lilerary Digest. Came in hollow tones behind me, "Next!" I smiled callously as I thought of the victim upstairs, and my spirits soared as I banged the door and sprinted down the street. MAY PYLE forty-eiylit 1 1 11 I 1' 11 I, ,nI1 - 'JI , -- 1321111451 "' 1 311 Y, 'V -1 "1'4in11 15 m1 -1'-X'K-'L i -. '11 1 J'. P. -1, x -1141. 'Sl ...U-'Qu I. . 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' " 1 I" ' . 3 I .1 .1 3--45 -- zz ,I 1- 1 1 5111. 1 I1 111 ,Hn n ll um' u vnu' z.lm 1n'U4" n IFWUVUUI W :UM rl! 4 1 1 N 1 A .1 ' , NLF., , R A II HE PUR II HGH JEL if of . T , ' ' 1" 5 Boysg Footballl Squad Elf Fm, Cliflou Alger, Courla Ford L. Crzw, XVi1lIr'r Grevrl, lark Gzll, W'illmn1 Clynzrr f,NI.rr1ugr'rJ. Courb Earl M. Brow, Grorxqr' Srfm'rr'r, Arffurr filiclllll, Willifzzrl XVUIXIIIIV. VL7u1fr'r Tr-if, Curl Twin, Clwrfrl' Murrzi fMrr11r1gr'rj. Lynn Sfnhfvl, Sroff Cllllllilfllll, Edgar Ltlll1ll'l'!Idt'!7, Rullvfr Tlmzmu, Cha,-lm Srfmlwri fffirjririlzzj, W'i'rm'1' Cmzirr, Rolwrl I,ou'Jur, I.11rlu'i,q Sfmlly, Anfon VirI'rii'fe. lFootiZlba1llll Coach Case and his grid warriors underwent a tough season last fall. After losing the Hrst two games to Shaker and Euclid Central, the team upset the dope bucket by holding the big Green of Longwood to a scoreless tie. They soon lapsed back into the lose column, however, and finished the season by suffering defeats at the hands of W'est Commerce, Marshall, and Brush. The majority of these losses were by very decided margins. The Shore gridders, most of them green men and hopelessly outweighed, although fighting a losing battle, always kept the Old Shore spirit and fought hard for the Green and White until the final whistle sent them on their ways. Despite the defeats the school's athletics are on the up-grade, and Shore will un- doubtedly be heard from in the near future. One remarkable instance is the fact that not one of last year's football men is being graduated this year and so Coach will have a squad of veterans with which to work next year. fifty-om' THE PORT lLlE r,- .QE X. J M X :QI 5 W 1109. X xlife .. ix 'Mfr I ' -' I - s-L ,Q -.l ix: as CAPTAIN SCHUBERT '30 I-Ialfback-134 lbs. Smiling little Chuck Schubert, playing his third year for the Green and White. gave all he had in his great task of leading a losing team. You could count on Chuck's being in the thick of every play. I f SHALLY ,3O Tackle-150 lbs. --,N 1: Shally filled his position with ease and came to be feared by the opposition. He will be back to play next year. TI-IOIxfIAS '31 Quarter-130 lbs. ln Ralph. Shore had a very capable quar- terback. He passed, punted, and carried the ball, and his ability in directing the team was noted by many. GEZANN '31 Tackle-167 lbs. Art loomed up as the main bulwark of the Green's forward wall. He seemed to take a peculiar delight in tearing huge holes in the enemy's line and in other ways as- tounding and depressing the opposition. CROZIER '30 Halfbaek-138 lbs. Hitting his stride late in the season, Wer- ner developed a style that will make him a valuable man next year. Besides being a competent defensive back, Werner passes and blocks well. i SHALLY NN QEZA Nwi 'ZUO it THE ieoiaar om FOX ,31 Halfback-110 lbs. Right now all Eli lacks of being a great gridder is about sixty pounds of brawn. All the other requirements he hasg he is fast. gritty, and smart. XVatch out for him in the seasons to come. SPEIDEL '31 Tackle-150 lbs. Wlien the call of the gridiron is sounded next year, expectant eyes will be turned upon Lynn. He served his apprenticeship in a line manner last season, being especially adept in the art of place-kicking. COOK '31 Quarter-115 lbs. The loss of Toots will be greatly felt by the Shore grid warriors in the coming season. He played a fast, smart brand of football last fall. VIDRICK ,30 End-140 lbs. XVith last season's experience back of him Tony should make a valuable wing man next year. His good work in the West Commerce game won for him a place in the hearts of his schoolmates. LAUDERBACH '31 Fullback-142 lbs. Ed supplied us with most of last season's thrills. He was either on the tossing or receiving end of the season's successful passes. Besides featuring in the aerial game he is a good defensive man. His good work in the Longwood game will not soon be forgotten. CRAMPTON '31 Center-15 0 Scott's Work in the diflicult position of center was commendable. His passing accuracy and consistency Won for him the respect of his teammates and the admiration of the Shore rooters. YEOMANS ,30 Tackle-1-+8 lbs. Bob Yeomans, after having bolstered up the Shore line for three seasons, has left us for the sunny South. Bob made his share of the tackles and looked good on the offensive. LOWDER ,31 Guard-115 lbs. Fighting Bob Lowder was the only Shorite to gain All Conference recogni- tion. Bob's flashy defensive Work and fighting spirit drew favorable comment in every fray. TEST '30 End-136 lbs. Babe held down his wing position in a Hne manner last season. He should make a name for himself in scholastic grid circles next fall. fifty tlz ree l aa ieoiaanaioitia l x vs' Iialpfz Ella'-3-u1'i, Kwlfluffv Br'1i1i11,q, Rohm! MvC11lli'y, Cmlufv limwl I.. Cine, IJIIXZJ Miller, lV'uvlvYy BUVIIIVHIII, Curl Tuxlil. zlrflilrr CIVZAIIIII Killi1r1il,qi'1'j, Ijflgilr I.i11nlz'Vfnu'f1, Stull Cl'1iIlIflfIIlI, l'J'ilNk Brirrl, lvitllfld' Twf, Rufwrf Miller, Aiiixtulzl Crumb linrl M. Brmv. Knlwrz' Lawler, Angelo Pi1n'11fi, llyllllvr' Krwnm fcilflfnlilll, Nfnruztul Pou'l'll, Rirfaiml l.ufo11r. Boys' Basketball Squad Another season has passed and again Shore is on the bottom rung of the Greatei Cleveland Conference championship ladder. Our hard cage season has, however, helped to develop some men of line character and promote a sense of good sportsmanship that goes to build up the true Shore spirit. Coach Case and his charges worked hard throughout the season, always trying, always hopeful, always enthusiastic, but their best efforts were of no avail before the onslaughts of the powerful Conference quintets. Coach Case carried a squad of about twelve men, of whom the following received the varsity "SU: Krem CCaptainj c, Test rg, Miller lg, Bricel rf, Parenti lf, Crampton lg, Powell lf, Latour rf, Gezann mgr. Shore dropped the first five Conference garnes to Euclid Central, John Marshall, Shaker, West Commerce, and Longwood, but managed to close the season with a victory over Brush. Nevertheless, our cagers fared a little better in their independent tilts, beating Maple Heights, Euclid Central, Alumni, and Wiclcliffe while they dropped games to Cuyahoga Falls, and Kenmore. The enthusiasm and loyalty of the student body the entire season was remarkable. fifty-four fl wil, ' ' I ..,- . ..., . J f" 'lflfll gi J fs i rfi ff L.. . , , lv, aw M - . i'.4',mi -Cl sv - i- "MQ 9 1 'if - ,ff . ' H ,V h Y, 1 if V ' I . - 4' g, ,, A -" , ff .. x 9 .af THE roman LE if f . taut A 4 "ix S3-1 . ll' X ,E 4 : A j l ., "E I 5 " , va Xgaff' il if - A Rf,-. I ' 1-A , ff! 'iii-SSX..-Q , VL- "'- - A ' .,i.i.:s'--- --- Uflrrlrlf Phlllfi, Vinh! Rrlgwrx, Marin' uifillkllllllll, Iiilfrw' Hill, A1111 f,'DfIlllll'1!, Marry Bllllllflllrl. Ifllllfl' lx'IL'Ifl'k fMi1m1Aqi'rJ, Kllffv Ntfmrl, Rilrfwl CltlIIl'lIfX, Mlm lfxlfwr Rllxiulf fCmn'f12, l3i'illr'iu' IIIIWLXY, Murmu flhllllrlll, I1'illI11l'fft' Cflll'jll .'.l'Ii1r1,1,qi'1'j. Lmy fllullwzw, DlJl'llf!9J' Cutler, Mflifrul Sfflll fCufvh1i111, Kelly filfimnlj, lfluwlzu' Pfril, lllllllffil Cf1r'iilojrfn'r', Imrpfairlr Klllknjrf. Girls? Bfaisllsetbeillll Sqiuualdl Coach Russell,s girl cagers gained undisputed possession of the greater Cleveland Championship toga by running rough shod over all local opposition and trouncing the highly touted Catholic League Champs, Holy Name, in two games. Miss Russell's call for netmen was answered by a wealth of material in the lettermen Pfeil. Getler, Christopher, Mathews, and Stein, and several good new girls: Kinkopf. Ahlman, and Clements. The girls had no great diliiculty in piling up a S2 point score against Maple Heights' 26 markers in the opening game. In the second, Euclid Central felt the strength of the Cvreen eagers in the form of a 23 to 11 defeat. The Rocky River maidens had to forfeit their game to Shore when part of their team got lost in the storm that raged that night. The return game with Maple Heights was a heart breaker for our netmen when the final gun found the two teams in a 22 to 22 deadlock. Stinging under the lash of the Heights game, the girls wrecked their vengeance on the Alumnae in the next fray. fCnfll1f1mwl on fmgi' 'SJ iffy-fire X Y . V N - Q- V - - 'lt as , V 1 5 - 1-1 TT 9 fi' , ' -Q5 rg., A ?4-. ,. K-iw T fe. xv: , , ri ui 1- i,,.-x.s?:g.:' I is : in 'R Baseball The weather man has been winning most of the ball games this spring, and much rain has hindered Coach Case's work on the diamond. To date Shore has played two games. They beat the Alumni 11 to 2, and lost to Euclid Central by the score of 5 to 8. A game with Brush was postponed on account of rain. Witli Capt. Gezann behind the plate, Bob Miller, Bricel, and Lauderbaek on the pitching staff Cthese men also work in the infield when not on the moundj H. Miller, Testa, Brigleb, Thomas, and Powell working in the infield, and Fox, Parenti, Wilms, Myers, and Test, in the outer garden, Coach Case has the makings of a ball club that can well hope to finish pretty near the top of the Lake Erie League standing. The games yet to be played are: April 26 Bedford at Shore May 3 Brush at Shore May 9 Shore at Brush May 10 Shore at Bedford May 17 Shore at Euclid Central 'lfiraelk Coach Case has a wealth of material out for track this spring. He carries a squad of about seventeen good men and is confident that they will pull through the season in much better form than the teams of the past few seasons. To date, his squad consists of the following men: Crozier, Duff, Gill, Herman, Louder, C. Morris, G. Morris, H. Miller, R. Miller, Kremm, Test, Parenti, Thomas, Schubert, Redden. Shore has, so far, run in only one of the scheduled meets, but their showing in this, a dual meet with Orange High, speaks well for the team. They defeated Orange by a 75 to 32 score. Bob Miller led the scoring in this meet with 12M points. The schedule is as follows: Shaker-Euclid Central-Shore at Shaker .t...... ......... A pril 30 Longwood-Euclid Central-Shore at Shore ......,. ......... 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Applica- tions for these places are in order at any time. Needed: Two Sophomores and one junior who are willing to work. National Atlhilletiio Htonoir Society For those boys who have earned at least one letter in athletics and have been above the school average in scholarship there is reward in the National Athletic Honor Society. This association, up to date, includes the following members from our school: Eugene Fryan '27 Ralph Bonnema '29 Harold Book 'ZS Walter Kremm ,29 Warren Borgsteadt '28 Charles Schubert ,3O Edmund Budnick 'zs Robert Yeomans '30 Elmer Kurrle '28 Chester Morris '29 Frederic Watkins '28 Anton Vidrick ,30 Victor Zelle ,28 Scott Crampton '51 Robert Lowder '51 Tiiii Svoivr XViu'r'l-.1t's CONCl',P'FICJN ol-' How THI' Foorisari P1,in'i-its Talk: CllzlC'lJ Cute: All rieht, vou erid warriors, I want to see some determined marches P . U goal-ward in this afternoons tussle. Toss the pigskm around a bit, and limbei' up for the oncoming tilt. Tlmzmis: I am going to check the onslaught of our powerful opponents, throwing them for countleis losses. Scfazlllwf: Crashin off tackle and skirtine the wings for numerous eains, I will L ' A D A 1 5 battle the Red Clad Warriors with m f dazzling tootwork. I a I.fJIll!t'l'l7tIl'l7f The vaunted aerial attack, from myself to Test, will account for more than one of the "Big C1reen's" markers. Gl'ZtIlIIII I intend to loom up as a big Cog in Mentor Case's defensive machine, turning back play after play, and appearing to pop up from everywhere to down the enemy ball carrier. Etc., Etc.. Etc. R. B-I. fiffyeliini I ' - N- , V LQ' - ' 'X 3 ' A ' 'YZ . ' -Q xg. , X -mf fag. X , I f . 5 UI ul. XM- :Sissy ' x A 112, 3? 8 ' ...-11-.1 sg? ' .- an.. DQQQAQ: YQNNS Q? 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Remember tlvem fwfven making your purchases Frank Bern Boulevard Barbecue Boulevard Barber and Beauty Shoppe Bluem Boulevard Florist Boulevard Park Brooks Coal Company City Ice and Fuel J. B. Clark Clover Farm Stores Dille Road Lumber Co. The Dutch Mill Dyke Schoolnof Commerce East Shore Community Club c. R. Ely Euclid Cash Market Euclid Kiwanis Club Euclid Village Dry Cleaning M. L. Fisher Guenther's Art Galleries Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Henn Herff-Jones Co. The Adam Hoffman Co. J. F. Holcomb and Co. Nick Joszt Johnson-Stowell Co. The Kibler Co. John Klaus J. F. Linnert Moss Drug Co. .Sixty-ll: ree Jas. McElroy Moss Point Recreation Co. The Neal Fireproof Storage Co. The L. J. Neff Coal and Supply Co. Nottingham Savings and Banking Co. The Odell Construction Co. Ody's Confectionery Penn-Sylvana Oil and Gas Co. Henry F. Pfisterer Real Hardware Co. Reliable Jewelry Roberts Hardware Co. Harry H. Robinson, M.D. Rosebrook Motor Sales Schwartz Electric Co. Scoop Printers Shumakdr Service Station H. W. Spangler Spencerian Commercial School Floyd B. Stein Inc. H. A. Sterkel Co. Stevenson Oil and Chemical Co. Edward H. Stanton Frank A. Thomas Trudy,s Beauty Salon Tucker's Garage The Upson Wfalton Co. XVickliFfe Lumber Co. Xvissman Garage Compliments of E ST SHG E Community lub 5.5 MIZIETINGSZ lst and 3rd Tuesday of each month Q-, six UQ0lf it it 2 :ici fy 111 i ini 1143111 1 i111i11i11r1i11i: CD in in 1 11411 1 11 2 321.2 SHIP CHANDLERS ERigfging Dep't Sail Loft The Upson-Walton Company "Fada" and "RCA" Radio Sets DEPARTMENT AT 758 s11,1Q1-11,1- ,xw xxx-51 QP4'l'V'1'-l'1l1'!IL' B11ll1fH14qJ Phone Main 7444 -.+.. JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS OUTBOARD BOATS BOAT OARS and PADDLES BOAT SUPPLIES Also at1310 W.11th St. WIRE and MANILA ROPE H+.- JTllIA'l'l'S of The complete line of- TACKLE BLOCKS CXVOOCI and Stcclj TURNBUCKLES and Fittings BRATTICE CLOTH for MINES U1 i i 11111302 3:11311 ill 1 I ini 3 3 iriwi 3 1111 101 103 iii 1 111 ini: 11131 141110111 113 3 mi 111 3 ui :in Appointed Plzotogmpher For the Graduating Class 1 9 Q 9 frank Tveru 1632 Euclid Ave. HE f Qs MAin 2230 Cleveland, Ohio ini-:iz Choi-ni xi 311111311 1 2 Compliments of MQ. ILC. FISHER fzzsfifc' of ffae Peace' 1113021111 1:1111 111 111114 1 FRAN K A. THOMAS and Associates CIVIL ENGINEERS 85 SURVEYORS Euclid, Ohio 1 iuioi 1 1 131111 ini: 1 ini 11:11 i 1014020 44:0 9.111.113-11-111 1 1 in 1 1 1 :ui 21010 ' 4 in 0:01031 1 11 11: ini 1511212111 Compliments of CC C. Rf. ELY Mayor 4020 0:0Iaruin1u1uiu14Z in i 211111111 ' ' i l Q a ! i fn Roberts Hardware Co. 676-682 East 185th St. CLEVELAND, OI-H0 KEnmore 06 87 20143 11 1010111101011 it 1 init Q 0:01201 will 1 ini 111 1 1 3 if . :ty ini 4:4 1 ow m14 ow X 31 'Q Q2 , ca Q4 rv, - -va canon-iw-0 1 Q 2 g 1 Q U J ilsllggsgzkg zseefauvfs GWN , Ji ENG GYP"'fS!E3 . - K 'z if 8' 1- f N - 2 W iq, K""f, 1 4' Q, ,x , , .Jw av , f gf' 2 f 5 iss v3.22 x x Wgfm-5+ , f Ham Q , X? wk 49 Q wr . Q 2 As I Q. M.,W.WW fiww ! -'JM' 0 ,SOLE Moo ' ' PP'-V'-UWA f i,, A Q i V 3 44 f' A -1 sw X2 f - X "K, f , yy 6 4:1-wwf. X L , l r:s'rn-:ER , , Q jx Lt 3 4 ,rj NX 1 J Q 5 A V THE g - Q? 1 'X Y? 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OMNI.-V - C0m.,t.U, - KS-t,,.,Z,iU, Hlgll-Gl'Hf,lC l,1llC of Fixtures Q i Q Corner of East lllufl St. and i . KEnmOre 0935 i Q lufllik' Short' lillrrl. : Q i iz. 15. SL'llXY.XRZ elm-lfiml, 0. i 3' Q vac Forioinirrioioioiuininilyi 11111 run ni 11111 ilixiuiuiuilxiniui1135? ! Spencerian has NIT". g ! Every month between two and i ! three hundred firms ask for HIT". E g Drop us n line, or telephone for HIT". i G 'HHH' Q 2 ! SPENCERIAN SCHOOL i g C011111101'c'c E zlrvozzzzfs - Flilldllft? E i 3201 Euclid Avenue - Prospect 4500 - Cleveland, Ohio ! 6. QUQUQUQUQI Q ,llQUQUQllQUQUQOQ H alli0QUQUQUQU,Udl,lQ.! .ti.rty-vigil! .:.Q IQ will, Q Q1 Q IQ Q Q ,K QUQQIO bl: UQ! Q IQ QI Q UQ I, I IQ IDIIQYIQOQOQIOIQ , - . 1 1 1 5 E 610111 Illlilll en Ls of A "For qzzalify 111111 service." i i mu umamnu ! COIlStI'llCtl0Il CO. 1 ! 8 -Sewer Builders- ! 22010 1211111 511111-1 111111. ! Q i Q Q 275 lillhl 21s111 91. 1115111111111 l2'1.1-V1 E Menss suits made to order i ! ! 2011111111111 1111111 111 111 11111950 Q We specialize on remodeling ' OOQYQUQUQUQIPQU,U,U,flQllQUQUQ QUQIQIO ! and relinin ladies and ents ! , , i Q g g Q I Cnuheld Quality Products g 5 2lI'I'l'1CHtS C : , , ! g Q Complete Lubrication g We are experts on furs COUFICOUS 5C1'ViCC i XVe call for .ind deliver i i -4:11-, A 1 we 1 1 ! Q i i Sluiinakcrs Service Station Q K11jlm,,,l.k.271,7 Q ! 11515 Frist 185th St. i U I l 3 'fi U UIQ! QUQUQ4 ,I -UQ Q1 QI Q1 QI . . Qljafl ll UQ!! O U 0:03, Um 0 I . Q. 1 cn 0,0 0.9 2 1 1 2 4: 1 1 able .N C11lll111'Y seh1111l 11HZ1l'4l was visit- 1 Marg: l 11111i11t11i11 thrit lt'1VL'l1lIlliillg iue' Z1 5Cl14,1lQ1l, Ztlltl the llI'll1Cll1lIl was put-A is just the szuue as it has always 1IL'Cll. tiue' them thru their pziees. 1 Klzirtliztz l'lf1XVlll1 V11llli1lt1XV? Y . , 1 - ' 1 'AXXh11 swiierl the Mzvfiizi Qllllllll, Mzirffz I ust rt-1111 111111111 Il ttreeli 5 N A ,1 R11l1ert?" he asked. 111:1i1le11 who szit 111141 listeuefl to Il lyre "l'lease, sir, it w1is11't tue," whi11111- 1111 uietht. eretl the vouugster. The tezteher. 111 disgust, t11l1l him Mari: l e:111't l11lll IL single 11111 to tztlqe his sent. zuiywliere. XYl1ere 1111 you 51111114150 they ,liut 1111 111111 CUl11lll'y geutleuizui 1111 1111 go 1111? the 1131111111 was 1111t szitished, S11 he s11i1l, Llzuiez lt's hzirrl 111 tell, 11CL'llUSC "Call that l111V l111elf. l tlllllll like his lllCY'l'C 111i11te1l iu 11110 1lireeti1111 111111 , l 1NZllll1C1'. I helieve he clirl 1111 it." 1 l1e:11le1l 111 1u1other. 0211113031111riwriniuiogniui 1 11111991111111111111111i111 in 1 111--1 111116, i i 1 he Dille Road Lumber Compan 1 Lum ber Specialties ! i 111211111111 115112-115115 ! Corner of Nottinglimu Rd. .md Nielxel Plate R. R. ' 1 3 931111111311 31 iuinioioitmini:1111011rinviuiuioiniui 11411 1 111 1 11111010 .11.rfy 111'11t' an 1111a211i11cs121 1911113 3911311 1 1111113411 1 i41i11111111i11i1111i1113loiui1i11i11111111i1111i11i13113131 Shore High Graduate Fourth Member of Family to Attend Dyke School "There is no sliding over just two years ago Alice Smith graduated from EHORE HIGH SCHOOL. Today she is secretary to the manager of the Smythe Building, with an in- teresting job and a promising future. Miss Smith ittributes her success to the Dyke School, where she had her stenographic training. Three other members of Miss Smith's family had chosen Dyke School in which to prepare for business careers. Miss Smith is glad she followed the precedent they established. things at the Dyke Schooln, Miss Smith explains. "They exact a line discipline and create a business-like atmosphere, helpful in main- taining their high standards." XVould not YOU, another SHORE HIGH graduate, be interested in learning more about Dyke School? Our new bulletin will be mailed upon request. D YKE SCHOUL OF COMMERCE I 11121111 211113 411169112 i111111i1,:, Compliments Of 1001 Huron Rd. Cr.12vr.1AN11, OHIO i hzoriuinini 31311111313 1113111131 MR. AND MRS. A. W. HENN ' - Art Galleries Boulevard Barbecue C 17448 Lake Shore Blvd. .-.4v..- "Just around the corner" from Euclid Beach, where the Shore Girls' Basketball Team took "time out" to cat. 11 11 11 1111111111111 11 1 111131 1011020 Z1 if 10:0 1 11 12 ' 5 i ' 'duh' i ! i Compliments of Q i G h ' 1 i uent ers Q 2 ! 2 . 5 .4v'y. 5 ' dl U i i ls. , l'rof: My talk today is going' to he o'1 Liars. i How niani' of you have rezifl the tenth chan 1ter? All hancls went Q np. i P1-of: Goocl! Yon're the group I i want to talk to, there is no tenth chap- i ter. ! Senior: foyer phone? Hello, Cen- ! tral. XYant Zl rlate? ! Miss Central: Sure. 2 Senior: So rlo l. Give me Main 3-5-7-S. Y F1111 11i11111i11i11i11io111 i1 2 311 ini ri li livin 103:riniuiiminimrioinim111111 1 ini in iii in 1 1 1 111103011 2 1 1 TUCKER'S GARAGE Auio Repairs :: Batteries and Tires Towing Service -mm- 2230l Lake Shore Blvd., Opposite Bliss Rd. L. P. TUCKER KEnm:re 0373 QI Q QI Q la! Q QU- ,I Qi Q Qilm? . 38 7:1 QUQUHUQUQIlQ4lQUQ1lQl QU l C0lI1lJ1liNl6?I1iS of i f . . , NICK JGSZT 5 ! Moss Point Recreation Lo. LIVE .md HOME DRESSED BILLIARDS BOXVLING ICE CREAM PARLOR Ladies Free Bowling Friday Afternoon 22054 Lake Sliore Blvd. ,:, '11 GD- airmailnqpoiixiuiuiniuirvi is Graiduaitilon AND Coimgiratitiulllautiifon Caurfdls 4 THE SCOOP PRINTERS 81-l East152nd St. 1021airriuiiviuiocouiuiuiiIi 1- 1 11:1 iuir1114Zn1z1r:1:1ni qp xqpog-lamp-N903 ep 1:02:12 1111111201--31: POULTRY EVERY SATURDAY i 2 5 S20 Em zoofh Sr. Kiamloiwi 0838 ! E Q Q QYQUQUQUQUQUQIQUQUQ lmaifi ' "It pays to look well." ' 3 Boulevard Barber Shoppe i and Beauty Parlor i 311172 Luke Short- Blvd, H. S. Winters Catherine Trickey ! i llezliity ll?lI'l'UI' Hours ! i 9:30 to 5:30 or by appuintiiieiit 5 i KEnm0re 3343 i Q 39 :om Slk ,..- 2 lHllElRlFlFmllONlES C0lMllPAXNY Marzufacturirzg jewelers and Stationers EARL J- BEHM 2556 East 83rd Street Ohio Reprcserztatfve Clidar 2210 xvxwlty- ' 1 if-abtvinuioiuiuinii-2--3 -1 -in ini 1 ui niuirminiuioiuinuinniudniuczp 1 2 :oiioinic13010102011riuioioiningi 9:4 0:012031111i1oioiniu:o1o14111121112011 .o. i 2 Q I ' ' If' l11l'lJ'Y fb, lv'-f i : 5 l I , I 13 '- J. R. Holcomb 81 Co. i ! at i : Q - LUXRI, R. DIIQTSCH K n1a1lS Q RU1l'1'. H. ADAMS ' i 0 ' . i s i Gene, al School S""pl'es g Six Stores in Greater Cleveland i i : 1 lhli'E'Z'fllil V1 i 1518 St. Ckiir Avenue i ! A K- W Ql'INl"ffAXhDl Rf i I Ki i Rl.'Xin 3732 kllL'YL'lZ1llll, Ohio f H IL' ll' ClXl4fX1ll"l"x5 If IKZXSTIXIE5 C ! i Get It at Htlfflllllll s ' Q j fs. 5 To An Ancestor They lend me to the mantelpiece, And show to me your pictured face. "XVhy don't you try to copy him? - - Hi' never got into disgrace". And then they leave me standing thereg I stretch out all my five feet two, And reach up for your photograph, To get a closer look at you. O, did you m'z'1'r do things wrong? Get Pls, and red marks, on your card? Or smash the kitchen window-pane XVhen you played baseball in the yard? They my you never did these things, But yet, you know. l sometimes think, XVhen they recount your virtuous ways l see you give a wicked wink. M. P. s Q Q a 5 BoULEvARD PARK i Q HOIIICS fmd Compliments of l 2 Homeslles i i 3 at Q 1 e 2 5 , 1.11, BC. LAR i Jfo1lmn1soim4Stiowfe1l11Cfof. i V 21272 Lake Shore Blvd. i i - i 5 Q 111111111111 11111 1 111111411024 0:01011 1 1 141 ini ini 210310 5r'1'z'l1fy-Irv: Ht. 11-71. Pfisterer Plumbing and Heating 58 E. 219 Street Office Phone KEnmore 1643 1 Z 111 3 ilnifiliniri iii ini 1 1 1111111111111l11i nil 3111113 TRUDY'S Beauty Salon 22050 Lake Shore Blvd. GERTRUDE MAEULEN, Prop. Odice Hours 9 to 6 or by appointment KE11. 34118 Res. KE11. 11759-.1 i11i1i11i111i111i 0303111111112 i11iu111111111iu1i11i 020110111 1 3111 ir 1 1 1 HOU Is Cheaper han Steel 15+ STEVENSON OIL 81 CHEMICAL COMPANY EUCLID, OHIO 0 9. 1112 iuiri 111111 1111 1111oi11111i41111i11i0- 11151141141i11i11iui11111i11ini111ni1111in FLOYD B. STEIN, Inc. Paving and Sidewalk Contractors Steam and Domestic Coal of All Kinds YA R IJ '11111 411' l'1L 14.1 1 Q 3 , 1i.'XHIf31'I'T ROAD .-XXI? IXICKEI, 1'I.A'l11 lx. lx. We have a Coal for Every Need Let Us Take Care of You 111311141111101111111u111i11i1111v111i 31313 ioininininlil 1 i 1 ini Conzplinzenls Five Points Leafling Jeweler RELIABLE JEWELRY 1121111 Biernlkront V511 lfast 15.21161 Street Clevelzmcl, Ohio t'ASHwL'REDI'l' QUQUQIl,UDU,U,0QU-0Ql1D Q M 1 I - w UNM -111 uiuioi wi: 13111411 mwinviuipoinim1311141141111 111oi111n111111i1 EUCLID CASH MARKETS 1115112 Euclid LXYL 1111 luzut 183111 Bt. 15522 1'2llk'11l1 ikvc. 131145 1?11C1i11 LXYC Stop 111 121101111 21111113 77 ini 11 3 1.:1ke 511Ul'L' 111111 E 1 1112 1.11140 51111111 1-1111 o111111i111u111i4 111 101 11 lirviuiuiniui 13 12 1011020 ! Thelhdy g Real Hardware Store Q In Cleveland ...4rb- i W'nll Paper, Paints, Varnishes, ! Glass .md Builders' Hardware I Kfnmire 0451 729 East 185th St. o 101111411019111111113411u111111111111110,0 1 11111111311101111113011121111111111,:, i ll.. lF. lLlllUllI'll6lFfE l DAIRY Q 33l East lS5tl1 Street KEnmCre 0222 Q 1111 iuiuioini 1103113 13111 1101140 if1111101111111113xiuiuiuini 11111111 SAVE WITH lICClE 1111111111i1111111131 1 112 11 11 151 3 1111311111111i11i11111211i11111i1 JOHN KLAUS DELICATESSEN and CONFECTIONERY 614 East 185th St. KEnmore 3125 ..o1i11111i11i11311i11i 11 2111111111 11 IiClll1llll'K' 11718 THB UNIVERSAL CAI! Edward A. Stanton ml11ffJ01'i:1'J Tlvulvr' CARS AND TRUCKS 241941 Euclid .M 1 :Ori 11 3 lui i 1i11i11i11141i411111 Tfoc' mosf rcozzomicrzl 1'c'frigc'm11l THE CITY lIClE CES: IFWUEII 1101 ini 211111311311 3111 313 ri i 11 111111111111 i1 3 31111 Z 1113411102 i J. H. Wissman's GARAGE 24200 Lake Shore Boulevard Q E KEnm0re 0725 Euclid, Ohio g 0 101 if 1014110201014 it i11in11111'.' SERVICE EVERYWHERE 11111i11111101u14iuiniui 2 1 i o'Q 10101111010111i11:111111111113111 The Boulerard Florist J. BLUEM Flowers for All Occasiolzs FUNERAL WORK WEDDING FLOWERS 22630 Lake Shore Blvd. KEnmore 0615 EUCLID, OHIO o V11 31 11 2111111111111111111111113 1101 .'l'f'l'7I fy 1 .Q 0:01101 1 1 ri 1 11 xi vioiuznioi 1114. 412011111111 1:1 1 ini: 1 11 .qs 'Cl' 2 Complinzenls of 0 D Y 9 S . 2 U L0 echo 1 r g Dr. Harry H. Robinson nf ' 0 y E 22050 Lake Shore Blvd. TOBACCQD .. SXVEETS g Sum. 7 seHooL SUPPLIES . i 2 I , , , C 311155 mia- slim- lllwl. 5 ICI'n. .2271 lslzn. was ' ' . 939 czozoqm- cub'-541101-aiu: as 3 1 1431 fTI1l1FllS9 lBi1lLSllKfCfbfilllll C Continued J After easily defeating the Euclid Central girls for the second time, the Shore basketeers got their real test in the game with Holy Name, the Catholic league stars. These, however, were dispatched in the same easy style that the girls had shown all season. The final score was 28 to 11. Then came the climax when the girls' squad took a trip down State to meet the Wfapalioneta girls, who held the strong claim to the state championship. The Wfapa- konetas nosed out a 17 to 15 victory to mar Shore's perfect, undefeated record. Shore girls were able to score 276 points against their opponents 127 points total. The girls' individual scores are as follows: Goals Fouls Total Florence Pfeil, Forward , ,,,42 I2 96 Dorothy Getler, Center H ,,,, , ,,,,, 57 IU is-1 juanita Christopher, Forward Bo 3 75 Lucy Mathews, Guard ,,,,, ,- - f -Iosephine Kinkopf, Guard -- - Mildred Stein, Guard ,,,,, - - - Ruth Nason, Forward ,,,,,,,, ,, . 2 O 4 Marian Ahlman, Forward , 6 S 17 Rachel Clements, Guard ,, ,,,, , ,- - - Total , , 121 S7 270 .:.lQUQOQUQ1IQUQUQUQUQUQQIMI Q Q1 Oz' .:.!QH,UDUQllQlDQ1 H IHUQUH M4 M40 ! . ' ' i Compliments of ! i Q Q The L. J. eff Coal and 2 H. A. S k l ! ! g C ter 6 g g Supply Co. i Ompany ! CoAL - COKE i J ' , 5 Q . 2 fwdf I1-Nflffl' l BUILDERS SUPPLIES ! IIISIIIUJIFF , N ' C , IS-131lXUll1XMl1.-XM RLLXU ! 22009 Lake Shore Blvd. 3 g KEnm0'e 0384 ! lil5u1uiu'e ULWSJ lilfluuore UUS3 2 P E xi'r'i'1lfy-jim' 0 Q 0111 1 1111: 111111111 1011? viii ri 11: it 1 xi: it 1 1111302409 0 ICD 0.0 l Q me ........-.. Neal Fireproof Storage Company i Local and Long Distance Moving Packing Shipping Storage g g l'lim1c fi 1' lf-timqilu i East End Branch Mr. A. W. Neal, of fha Cedar 144-1 Kenmore 1025-,I Q OOIQUQUQUQUQUQV 3 QUQUQUQ Valliuz 0 0 0 i goin? liuiuiihiuiniiiiuinilliui Yi gzzrcfmf Jzwnnfs 5 ! i DINE AND DANCE Climb i at : i Dutch CDill .I-main Stop 25, Euclid Ave. i Wickiiffe. ohio l i 0.011 3 1 iuirviniuiniui wi 11111 Chuiuirmiuiui-11111113 211513 CD oi xqbocp init 1 3111202 111 2131202 No Sales! No Cut Prices! No N0 Charge Accounts! Bunk of Any Kind! Kibler gives you the biggest value your money can buy -every day of the year-at the lowest possible price. 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Wfilly Goldfeder, as usual, was there with bells on. And as the evening wore on, it suddenly dawned upon Wfilliam that he had forgotten to report the game to The News. In fact, he had not even remembered to get Valley City's line-up. What was he to do? You can be assured that there were suggestions enoughq but the one that appealed to our young journalistls sense of humor the most was Hack McGrath's idea to put the Shore girls' names in the place of the conquered gridders. Well, that was not so bad, but Bill had to add his little contribution. And he did. The next day's papers caused no little concern among the Shore faculty circle when they read: Referee-Doutt Umpire-Swartz I-Ieadlinesman-Spangler. No one but Mr. Metts and Mr. Williain Abraham Goldfeder can tell what occurred in the office that next Monday morning. A country school board was visit- ing a school, and the principal was put-- ting them thru their paces. '4lVho signed the Magna Charta. Robert F" he asked. 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