Euclid Shore High School - Shore Log Yearbook (Euclid, OH)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1939 volume:
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Foreword . . .
'llo bring back fond memories of the past and to afford many
hours of entertainment in the future is the purpose of 'this Log.
Herein, are gathered the faces of your classmates, some of
whom have won distinction through their attainments in athletics,
through activities, and scholarship.
lf, in years to come, you can sit in an arm chair and spend an
enjoyable hour or two with this annual, recognizing your old friends
and watching them parade by in a silent panorama of their' activi-
ties, the members of the Annual lloard will feel amply repaid for
XVe wish to make known at this time our appreciation for the
cooperation of our faculty advisers, Mr. James Card, who scruti-
nized our copy for mistakes and criticisms: Mr. Robert Finch, for
his line work in financing this annual: and, Mr. Lester E. Angene,
whose unceasing and excellent management of the Log was invalu-
able. Not to be forgotten are Mr. Robert Phillips and Mr. Roy
I-linch, who through their excellent cooperation completed the fine
work done on the photography in this book.
The staff also wishes to thank all those students who have
made helpful contributions in both writing and photography.
THE LOG BOOK
Shore H igh School
PEI-XLISHEIJ HY THE MEMBERS
Contents . . .
SL7l'ElQX'lSlCEJN AND lNS'l'RL'C'1'lON
XYE NYIIU DEl'AR'lx
THQSE WE LEAVE BEHIND
PASTIMES AND PLEASURES
OUR CON'1'RIl1L'TlONS IN SPQRTS
DAY BY DAY AT SHQRE
l-lE IDEALS AND PURPOSES of lhe
principal anol his slall help our school
lo grow in service 'lo youlh. ln lhis seclion
we express, in general, lhe school's educa-
lional oulloolc. We inlrocluce lhe slall of
The Shore School ancl ollicials ol The Euclid
The Princip-al's ffice
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lior his untiring efforts in promoting our
welfzire, in successfully lIlCLllCZ1lQll'1Q princi-
ples zlncl cluties of citizenship, and in fos-
tering zz spirit of frienclship ancl coopera-
tion, ire, thc senior class, thank l'rincip:1l
l,eonz1rfl l,oos. Xlve will all renienilmer
the inztny unfzxiling attempts he has mzule
to better our interests :incl associzttions.
Llft DNARIJ E, IK DOS
ln our otlice at Shore can he founcl three excellent workers who are contin-
uzilly typing reports. nling recorcls, receiving cztllers, recorrling expenses, or
answering telephone calls. 'llhese girls are Miss l,l1llUlNC1lZl. Virlugeris, the prin-
cip:1l's secretary: Miss llorothy Stray, stenographer :incl telephone operator, and
Mrs. Crznnpton, clerk. Their effort :incl manzigelnent are to be commended.
Left In lflliflllffllllllljlllfllfl Viflugeris, Dorothy Stray, zxnrl Mrs. CFZIHIPIOII-
Comprehensive Services of
Shore School offers a program of studies that is broad and designed to meet
the needs, interests, and abilities of all who seek to continue their education.
The work is no lcnger strictly academic and limited in scope to the college pre-
paratory studies. VVhile students who so choose are well prepared for college,
the lirst and most fundamental purpose of the school is to prepare students for
life-life in its broad, cultural setting.
Shore may well be called a comprehensive school. The public mind is accus-
tomed to think of school life as consisting mostly of class-room instruction. This
no longer gives a fair picture of the purposes and operation of a modern school.
llecause of the broad mission of the high school, the educational program is
thought of as including not only classes but the opportunities of club and home-
room activities, assemblies, personal counseling in matters of career and life
adjustment, athletics, musical activities, dramatic and other artistic ventures, etc.
Instead of using only textbooks and lectures for instruction, the school makes
wide use of visual education, especially through the showing of movies and the
participation of educational tours.
ln this brief space only the general problem of planning and supervision can
be suggested. lt may be pointed out that the work of the principal of the school
and his staff has two main purposes:
l. Maintaining an educational program of high standard.
2. Constantly studying the possibilities for improving the program
of the school.
ln maintaining an educational program of high standard, the school strives
not only for scholarship in certain iields but for the development of character
and personality in students as individuals and for the promotion of cooperative
group life among students. Shore School has constantly maintained a service of
educational guidance, especially through the agency of the home-room. ln this
group, each student receives the advice and counsel of a teacher who is well
acquainted with him and thoroughly familiar with his educational record and
The educational program of the schools, since it tries to provide a whole and
wholesome life for young people, encourages the formation of student clubs for
the development of special interests and for cooperative participation.
U The spirit of helping and guiding pupils is associated with all of the super-
visory and instructional activities of the school and no one activity is considered
apart as guidance. 'l'his follows the theory that there is more learning from
practice than from preaching.
Shore School considers the physical activities of the students in intramural
and interscholastic athletics as exceptional opportunities for teaching people how'
to live well. In fact, conscious effort has been applied to maintaining a wise bal-
ance of physical and mental activities. 'llhis is in keeping with the motto inscribed
over the arch of Shore Auditorium: "Dedicated to the youth of this city for the
development of mind and body."
In constantly improving services for students, certain new plans have been
tried or adopted. lior the last two years, students interested in attending colleges
or other schools of higher learning have had the opportunity to be helped with their
plans by taking part in the career and college program held each January. At
these programs, many representatives of colleges have been available for consul-
During the current year, a Life Purpose Vveels program was introduced. 'llhe
theme of this event was "Let Us Have a Purpose and a Plan."
Students have commented that some young people change their plans for a
career every time they see a different profession or occupation depicted in the
movies. Although the held of occupational choice is a wide one, there was an
opportunity during the Life Purpose Week for each student to get a general idea
of the broad fields of opportunity and to make headway in choosing a career.
'llhroughout the year personal counseling is afforded the student by his home-
room teacher, the deans, the principal, and representatives of agencies outside of
the school who are consulted.
The home-room is the core of the school organization. lt gives every student
a chance to meet at least once each day with a teacher who is interested in him
for a longer time than a single course requires. ln the home room, pupils have
plentiful opportunities for civic, social. and character-developing activities.
Home-room activities foster school spirit. Sportsmanship, fair play angel other
good habits are developed. Furthermore, desirable personality traits are devel-
oped by the experiences in these groups.
ln all classes and activities Shore School practices "guidance," ln its many
activities, Shore School strives best to serve the student and his community. The
following pages tell in part how this is done.
The Personnel Staff
MR. PEAKE MISS ALBRECH1
Mr. Peake, dean of boys, is available
for conferences on vocational and career
problems. He, also, promotes home
room programs, supervises attendance
and assists in scheduling.
Miss Albrecht, dean of girls, affords
personal counseling in the high school
and assists in the elementary school.
Like the dean of boys, she maintains
records about students and professionally
considers their problems.
Mr. Yorhees, director of pupil person-
nel, is the man for the "main office"
who checks up on all attendance cases
referred to him by the school. He, also,
assists various organizations in social
Euclid Public School Cfficals
This legislative :uid policy'-fmiiiiiig burly, the lluurd of Ediicaticm, has dime
much iii the way of the zidvzuicemeiit and progressiveiiess of Shure High. lt is
tu them that we direct compliments fur their prziiseworthy work.
of Euclid Sehuuls, goes our deep appre-
Lritimi fur his uiieiidiiig interests iii the
improvement of nur schuul during mir
hrief stay with it. llis helpful sugges-
'Vu Dr. E. C. Grnver, Superiiiteiideiit
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ns :md zidditicms have mzide sehiml life
ire pleziszmt, 21s well as iiiterestiiig
IDR. E. C. GROVER
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Composition . . . Poetry . . . Drama . . . English ancl
American Literature, everything in the way of writing and speak-
ing-that is a course in English. The love of one's country comes
forth in the speaking of her tongue. Rare gems of poetry, a good
book and the true appreciation of it: culture and refinement, intelli-
gence and foresight-all these are attained, when with an open mind
one takes a course in English.
MISS AINGNYORTH MR. ANGENE MISS CQXKIPBELL
English 9 English ll, 12 General English
The World of the "Unknown"
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MISS 'l'l'fNll'lfR'l'lJN MR. HINCH MISS XYO0l7KYOR'l'H MRS. XYILSON
.Xlgt-bra, Trigonoinetry, Algebra, lfnglish Mathematics 7. 8 General Mathematics,
Gt-onn-try Mathematics 7
More and more apparent does the universality of mathematics become to
the student as he sees its application in his daily work, whether working out a
page plan for the Log, counting calories for a well-balanced meal, or any of the
numerous tasks which may be listed. The school offers expert training in alge-
bra, plane and solid geometry, and trigonometry, so that the student may add to
his mathematical training.
A student majoring in math, studies algebra in the first year of high school,
plane geometry in his sophomore yearg in the junior year he chooses between a
full year of algebra or a half year of algebra and a half year of solid geometry:
in the senior year, he may elect trigonometry, solid geometry or advanced alge-
bra, provided he has studied the proper prerequisites.
The World of Business
This department offers an intensely valuable course as interesting as any
which the high school provides. Subjects which will be of delinite value to the
students in the business world are taught fully and efiliciently in this department.
Some of the newer additions to the department are Ediphones, Calculators, lloolc-
lceeping Machines, Filing Systems, and the latest Ditto and Mimeograph
Machines. Four semesters of shorthand and typewriting are an important divi-
sion of the Commercial Department as well as four semesters of Ilusiness, two
semesters of Bookkeeping, and two of Office Practice.
MISS ll.-XRST MR. FINCH MISS l'HYl'liRS
Sliorrhanil. Business. Shorthand, Typing
Oflice Practice Bookkeeping
For Better Homes
. Mamie., .. Y ,
MISS LICINIUN MISS RUSIfNl1l'fRGlfR
H ONE ARTS
The Home .Xrts llepartment constitutes an important part of our set-up in
the high school. ln the various classes the girls are taught to plan, prepare. and
serve meals and to make their own clothing. ln addition, they study home man-
agement. lmilgeting, and art as related to home and clothing. The girls learn
to make hetter use of their leisure time, energy, and money, and learn the funda-
mentals of good home making.
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Au interesting feature iucluclefl in these arts is mechanical flrawiug. 'llhis stucly is iuterestiug tu all wha
have any talent for clrawiug. 'llhe work consists of drawing geometrical hgures and clesigus: practice in the
nlraxring of machine parts and architectural hgures. In Shup stucleuts make various articles of use aufl ut'
picturesque clesigu. Many of these articles are later usecl in the homes of the buys wlw malce them. luclus-
trial Arts gives a baclcgi'ouucl fur wcarlq iii later life.
llli. l'Ul'I'l'0 MR. CASE Klli. XYlN'I'l2RS
llc-cliauical llrawiuu. Mathematics S Imlustrial Arts lmlustrial Arts
Social Studies "
Past, Present, and Future
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social Sindh-c M153 IjA.XX'IS
lffonom ic s
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yyorltl llplul-V American History
'l'o awaken the young people of today and help them fulfill their duties to
their community and country, Social Studies are taught in the high schools.
"V.'liy bother to study the past-the future and the present are the most impor-
tant." This is the remark often heard but one finds that in order to make the
present and the future all it should be, a study of past mistakes must be made '
thus to avoid making them again.
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SOCIAL ST UDTES
id To Man
'l'he xvorhl of tonlay is a xxiorlcl of Science .....
Science is the backbone of existencevthese are the
thoughts of people toclay. Chemistry, once thought
"xx'itch's magic," non' essential to our mechanized
worlcl which it has niafle possible, lliology, once
thought a wicked practice, now a tool of nian to pre-
vent disease anrl plague. In orclei' to fully appreciate
its uses ancl value Science is brought into our schools HR mm I H 1
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to be better unclerstoofl anal to senfl tuture helpers ot 1-i,yciC,, ig1,Q.,,1iem, ctw,
humanity into the worlcl.
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MR. Sl'ANGI.I'fR MISS CRUXE MISS S'l'.XL'FlfI'lR MR. GICIEIIIXRT
ience 7. 9: Iliology Science 7, S: Algelmrai 9 Science lliology, Science 9
Strokes of Genius
Art and Ceramics
Yivid, splashing colors used cleverly on bits of manila and behold before
your eyes a scene is depicted and you pause to admire an artist's creation. A
lump of clay-a finely shaped vase-ceramics class. Art appeals to eyes and has
a restful effect on those who help to make it as well as those who see it. As the
poet expresses himself in verse so docs the artist in paint or crayon and the
molding of a mass of clay into a thing of beauty.
lf art is appreciated through seeing then surely music is appreciated through
hearing, whether that music be made by instrument or by voices. lien' are tal-
ented with a beautiful voice and few are born knowing how to play a violin but
through training and practice these things are achieved. Music has an important
place because it helps develop a sense of rhythm and harmony.
It's All "Greek" to Some of Us
MISS XYILLIAMS MR. V.-XCC.'XRlliLLO MISS IJICL.-XlXIA'I'ER MR. CARD
Latin General Language French, English German, Speech, lJ1'amatiCS
Social Studies, English
When our own unruly language has been conquered, we set out to find new
languages to explore. Vllhether it be Latin, German, or French matters not, for
each has a definite benefit and a deiinite use.
Latin, long known as a dead language because it is not spoken by a race, is
the basic foundation of most languages and therefore of utmost value. French
and German give a wider and broader knowledge of the world without, and what
better way is there to learn to know one's felloxymen than by learning their his-
tory and customs while studying their language!
Now more than ever before, there is a need for the better understanding
of our neighbors across the ocean. One of the iinest ways is to study a foreign
A Sound Mind In A ound Body
l l EALT H
Health is essential to the well-being and happiness
of any individual. Instruction and advice is given to
the students concerning physical and mental health.
The students learn not only the care and preservation
of the body but also about prevention of disease and
what to do in case of illness.
Two well-known spots in our school are our gym-
nasiums. The boys and girls each boost their own.
They spend many active and interesting hours apply-
ing their time in various sports of skill and strength
The gyms provide a splendid opportunity for healthful
athletics and exercise. The entire student body gives
annually a public exhibition of their slcills. Miss 11oRx',x'r1eI
XTR. SXY.Xl'Iil'l.XMlCR NIR. SCI'IKlllJT MISS Gll.l.
l'hysic:il lfflnczition Pliysical lfducation. l'hysic:il lfdncalion
Social Studies 8
Graduates .... I 939
We Who Depart
The height of high school ambition-to have attained the rank
of Senior! And now that our time has come there is the sadness
of partiiigeloiigiilg regrets for neglected opportunities.
The prom, senior pictures, senior banquet, graduation, annual,
senior play-what a whirl were those last few months!
liaslcetball, football, baseball land we did have good teams,
didn't we?l-with regret we leave them behind to face the future-
awesome in its spirit of desired and veiled ambitions.
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Girls
Leaders Club 4: Orchestra l, 2,
llaml 4: Rohecl Choir 3, 43 An-
nual Staff 45 Preeident of Cho-
rus 4, Iloys' Leaders Club 3.
MARY LOU CAMPBELL
Friendship Club Z, 3, 4: G..-X.C.
1, 3. 4: Glee Club l 2 3 4'
Class Secretary, Z, 3,'4.i I
Hi-Y 2, 3, Shore Breeze Staff 3.
lYrcstling 3, -I: Hi-Y 4: Hand 3,
4: Orchestra 3: President of
Chorus 2, 3, 4, Robecl Choir 3,
4: Class Vice President lg Class
President 3, 4g Student Council
Friemlsllip Club Z, 3, 4: Cv.A.C.
1, 2, 35 Prom Committee.
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Football 1, 2, 33 Basketball I, 3
I-Iockey 3, 43 Baseball 45 Track
1, 4, Hi-Y 3.
Frienrlsliip Club 3, -Ig Glce Club
Football Mgr. 4: Hockey 4g
llaeeball 3, 43 Hi-Y 4.
Friendship Club 43 Chorus 2g
Glee Club 3.
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urer 4, Ring Group Chairman 4,
Ring Group 3, 4, Secretary 3:
G.A.C. l. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
4: Leaders' Club 4: Kent 2: .ih-
sistant Editor of Log 4: Senior
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4: Football 4: Tennis 4: Prom
Committee 3: Rand l, 2. 3: Of-
chestra l. 2, 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4:
Student Council 3: Class Treas-
urer l, 2: Ring Committee 4.
Glee Club 3, Treasurer 3: Cho-
rus 4: G.A.C. l, 2, 3, 4: Lead-
ers' Club 4: Student Council 4:
Shore llreeze 3, 4: Friendship
Club 2, 3, 4.
Dancing Club 2: Auto Ciub 3.
G..-X.C. l, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 2.
3: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Clio-
, rus 4: Leaders' Club 4: Ring
Group 4: Kent l, 2: Robed
Choir 4. i
lland 2, 3, 4: Secretary Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: -Xnnual
Stan' 4: Leaders' Club 4: Prom
Committee 3: Ilreeze Staff 3, 4:
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.C.
1, 2, 3, 4: Vice President 3:
Senior Play 4.
G.A.C. I: Leaders' Club 3: Clio-
Student Council l, 2, 3: Vllotog-
rapliy Club 1: Friendship Club
2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Class Sec-
retary 3: Class Treasurer 3:
Ring Group 4.
G..-X.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Vice l're-sitlellt
3: Glee Club 2: Friendship Club
2, 3: Cllorns 3: Recreation Club
3: Travel Club 4, Treasurer 4:
Leaders' Club 4.
2 A ' JOSEPH DEMPSEY
t V Football 1, 3, 4: Raslcetliztll 1, 2,
it 3, 4: Track l, 2: Tennis 3, 4:
I llaseball 4: Class l'resident 1, Z,
F 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4:
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. ..e' , President 3: Ring Committee 4:
if Picture Committee 4.
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Printing Club: Sliorv llreeve
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Girls' l,L':ulcrQ Club 4: .X4l. C0111-
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Prienilslup Club 2, 3, 4: ll..-X.C.
4: Glee Club 33 Roberl Choir 43
Shore llreeve Staff 4: Prom
Committee 3: Annual Staff 1:
Acl Committee 4: Cliorux 4.
Sliore lin-exe Stull' 5, 4: Xnnunl
Stull' 41 G,.X.C. 4: Friunnlsllip
Clul ' 5 4 Clem Clubl Clio
1-,., , 1" .. .'
1SI"'l"l'l" lfl lfll
ll:nul 3, 43 Oreluwtrzi J. 3, 44
Shore llreuze Stuff 3: Annufil
Stuff, liilitor 4: Cliorux 2: 3:
Kent 2: Clieerlezuler 2: Senior
Play 4: lliinee llnnil J, 3: See.
of XYhirlo Club.
Trztck: Aclvisory lloztrrl, Stuiltnt
Council: llantl, Presiileutg Hi-
elieslrzig Hi-YQ llzince Iizuulg 1,1-.
gion Uratinn Awzirilg llrzunzitivsg
Gym Leaflets' Club.
, c,if.cmf:E FULLER
rux 4. Y
.xNNl-1 GIQIQGURIN GI
lirieuilxliip Club 2, 3, 43 fi..X.C. 4 '
l, J, 3, 41 Girls' l,K'flll1'l'N Club
4: film- Club .lg Cliorux 4: Shore 2"
lliwefi- Stull' 3, 43 .Xnnuzil Stuff fy
Printing Club 4: Auto Club 3:
llziskethzill Manager .lg Stage
Club 2: Shore Breeze Steiff 4,
PA UL GEORGE
Football 1, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4:
Sturlcnt Council 33 Claw Secre-
tary 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Camera Club
.21 Prom Committee 5: Senior
Frienclsliip Club 2, 4: G.A.C. 4:
Kent .21 Shore Breeze, Stuff liili-
tor 4: Shore llreeze Stuff 3, 4:
lli-Y 3, 4: Football 1, 3, 4:
Prom Committee 3: Clan 'Prens-
urer 4: Aclv. Mziitziger of Log -3:
Football Mziitzigei' 2: Movie
llooth I, 2: Picture Committee
4: Senior Plziy.
G.A.C. 1: Drivers' Club! 2:
Drama Club 2: NYoincn's Voca-
tion Club 3.
Ad Committee 4: Student Coun-
cil 4: Track 3, 4: llraiua Club
3: Ili-Y 4.
Baud 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2: Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Recreation
Club 3, 4: Pliotograplty Club 2:
Theory and Harmony Club 4:
Sec. of Band 4.
Baseball 2, 3, 4: Hockey 3. -ll
Football 3, 4: Student Council
4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Prom Committee
LLIE H ELPHREY
Entered from Collinwood 3:
G..-MC. 4: Friendship Club 3, 4:
Program Chairman 4: Shore
Breeze Staff 3, 4: Prom Com-
mittee 4: Senior Play 4: Ad
Connuitee 4: Secretary of Auto
Glee Club 4: Robed Choir 4:
Dratuatics Club 4: President:
XY.G.A,R. Speech Contest 4.
Entered from XVilloughby High
Junior Year, Hi-Y 3.
Drama Club 3, 4: Senior Play 4.
,Q Football 1. 3, 4: Basketball 1,
X an it
'restling 2, 3: Track 3: Hi-Y
Friendship Club Z, 3, 4: G.A.C.
1, Z, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3:
Shore Breeze Staff 4: Prom.
Committee 3: Annual Staff 4:
Ad Committee 3: A Capella
Choir 1: Senior Play 4.
Entered from Princeton High
School Senior year, Band 4: Or-
chestra 4: Hockey Manager 4:
Photography Club 4: Secretary
XX'reetling 4: Annual Staff 4:
Senior Play 4: Student Council
1: Camera Club 2, 3, 4.
l'ruimlflup Club 43 Slmrv llrcclc
Null -I1 l'roru Cmuuutlcu 33
klnw Ulbcn-xx Sccn-I:u'y .23 l'up-
ulnr Urcluwtru 3.
A Cupcllzn Clmir 2: Chorus l, 21
Rubrml Clmir 4: .Ml Cummillcc
-lg Movie lluutll l, 2, 3, -l.
Friumlsllip Club l, I, 3, 43 G.
A. C. l, 2.
BETTY Kl LLIZEN
Fricmlsllip Club 2, 3, -1: I-lIlll1llll't
lfllllfllll Clllll 31 A Czupulln
Clmlr 2: llrzuun Club 4: Rohn-rl
lllfvlr 3. 4: fill-u Club J: Chorus
2, 3, 4,
lCJSlCl'll Lll'OX' 'Q '
., . .' .. , m, W
1 . N , ,, l.xx'-
1- :Q lm-1 .,'gSlmre
irwfzc 51:1 4.
K .ar w
ll:uu'iup4 Club 3: llascbnll 2, 3,
-lg Hi-Y 3, -4: Prom Committuc
3: Chorus 2: Class Officers
llunciug Club l, 23 National Ri-
llc Club 45 Class Officer Trczls-
Friuullsllip Club 2, 3, -lg G.A.C.
llzmciug Cluh 2, 35 XVl1irlo Club
4: Typing Club 3: G..-MC. l, 2:
Girls' Lczulcrs Club 4.
Friumlelmip Club 2, 3, -lg G..-MC.
l, 2, 3, -lg Girls' l,l-rulers Club
-lg Ilnurl 1, 2, 3, -lg flI'CllL'SlTZl l,
2, 3, 4: Shore llrcczc Staff 4:
Annual Stuff 4: Class Olliccrs
Cnrlx Lqgulqre Club -lg G.,X.C.
I, 23 XYhirlo Club 4: Typing
Club 33 Dancing Club 2, 3.
Pagc Tl: ir! 3'
XVrestling 43 Kent 1, 23 Annual
Staff, Business Manager 4: Atl
Committee 45 Student Council
G,.'X.C. l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3,
4: l'rom Committee 31 Cllzirm
Club 33 llillllilllg Club -, 3, 4.
Football 1, Z, 3, 4, lizlsketlmll l,
2, 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Shore llreeze
Staff 3, 45 llZlllllllCI Committee 4.
Football I, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1,
3: Hockey 3, 43 Iizisebznll 2, 3, 43
Hi-Y 3, 4: Chorus 3: Shore
Breeze Staff 3, 4: Prom Com-
mittee 3: Class Secretary ,ig Stu-
rlent Council 1, 3.
. lfntererl Senior Year: Friend-
ship Club 4.
Friendship Club 2, 33 Glee Club
2, 3, 4: Shore Breeze Staff 4.
xxlfbblllllg 3: 'l'r:1ck 33 Hi-Y 3, 4-
Cheerlunrler 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4:
Ffltllllhlllll Club 3, 4: G.A.C. l,
2, 3, 42 Glu: Club 3, 4, Assist-
ant lfflitor of Shore llre-em: 2, 3,
4: Annual Staff 4: Senior Play.
lg2l.5liC'fllllll 2, 33 Mgr. 4, llzmcing,
Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 4.
Acl Cominittce 2, 3, 4: htuclunt
Council 1, .23 l'rom Committee
3: XYrcstling 43 Hi-Y 4, Annual
Football Klzuizugui' 13 Shore
llreeze Stuff 33 Class Offwer 1.
BETTY JO PATTON
Frienrlsliip Club 2, 3, 4, Pronl
Coinmittee 33 Class Vice Presi-
YICK f ' '
Slinli-ut Cmuu-il J,
lfuutbnll 43 'l'i':iclc 3.
Frivualfliip Club 2, 3, 43 G.4X.C. ' ,, Va Y
2, 3, 43 Gln- Club l, 2, 31 Slicing 4, h ,Q J
l!i'm-rv Stal? 1: l'r0m Committee A
3: Auuunl Staff -1: .Xil Commit- 3 '
tcc I, 2, 3, 43 Scuioi' l'l:iy. Hlxiuqv 1e15Ex'13S ' Qi
XYrwtliiu4 2, 3, 4: Claw Vice
l'ri-xulcul 43 Afl Cmumillvc '
l"rii-uflxllip Club 2, 3, 4, f X C
Fuotlmll 4: llnucu Hiwlicr-ti':1 2,
-I5 llnwlmll 4: lll'l'llt'hll'2l l, 2,
Q ,iosi-:mi ie.moN,x
bvftsllllljl 1, 25 Trzick lg lli-Y
2, 3, 43 Shore llruczu Stuff 4:
Siurluut Council I: Movie Booth
3, 4: Senior l'l:1y.
Drama Club 3, 43 Fricmlsliip
Club 33 G.A.C. 43 llzmcl 45 Glue
Club 3: Shoru llrcczu Staff 45
K liorub 4.
Fricuilxhip Clul: 3, 4: G..X.C. l,
2, 3, 4: Girls' l,L'lIllCl'5 Club -Ig
Shure llruczu Staff 4,
Fricuclwliip Club 23 Glcu Club 4.
Hockey 43 G.A.C. 1, 2.
Fflfllllhlllll Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.C.
J, 3, 4: Girl-1' Lezulers Club 42
Secretary :uid Treasurer: Class
Ofticer Treasurer 23 S I1 0 r e
Breeze 43 Senior Play -I.
Ilaslcetlxaillvhlaiiager 25 Track 2,
Radio Club Z: G..-LC, I, Z, 3, 43
Recreation Club 23 Friendship
Club 4: Shure Breeze Staff 2, 3,
4: Girls' Leaders Club 2, 3, 4:
President 45 Sec. 3.
JOHN SMITH 1
A XYrestIing 3: Hockey 45 Hi-Y 3. ,
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: CM-XC.
3, 4: Sliore Breeze Stat? 4,
Friendsbip Club 2, 3, 4, G.A.C.
41 Annual Stuff 4: Ad Commit-
tee 5, 4, llzinquet Committee 4.
.-Xnnuztl Staff 43 llrzim. Club 4:
Treas. 4, XYbirlo 4: Shure
llreeze Ig Annual Stuff 4, -lr.
Cbamber of Commerce 2: Auto
Drivers' Club 3, llus. Club 3,
llnsketball 3, XVrestling 2, Dasc-
bull 3, 4: Class Officer 2.
Glee Club 1, 2.
Hockey 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 4.
Hockey 4: Student Council 3:
Claw Ufticer 2.
Ilzuul 3. 4: Urvll-.'stl':i I. 2. I 4
Conccrt Mmm-r 2. 3, 4: Movie
lloutll 2, 3, -I: Slimlc Upurntoi' 2,
3, 4: llriunn Club 4: Cxnm-ra
Klub 3: bingo XX ork 3, -I: hin-
ilcut Council 4.
Sl I l lQI,liY Sl'G.XIUl.XN
I'rlvu1llu Llub I 3 C XC I
4 ll -, .3 I..
Ililuug Club 2: Cburux I, 2, 3,
4: lhuiciiug Culb I, 2: Nt
lion Club 3: Friymx ' '
Clusir 3, -I: Scnior Play 4.
Movie Ilnotb I, 2, 3, 4: Ili
Sn-uior Play 4.
I'uotlmll I, 4: llnwlirill 3: IIVX
Friendship Club 3, 4.
C1.A.L. 4: lnrls Luzulcrs Club
4: Glcu Club l, 2, 3: Roburl
Choir 3, 4: hboru llruuzc Stiff
4: Annual Stuff 4: Sturlt-nt
Council l: llrzunu Club, Prusi-
Football 3, 4: XYrcmtling 3, 4:
Truck 4: Hi-Y 3, 4.
Friendship Club 3, 4: Preiicleut
4: G.A.C. 3, 4: Shore llrct-ze
Staff 3, 4: Prom Committee 3:
Atl Committee 1, 2, 3, 4: Senior
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Glcc
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Robcrl Choir
Frienclsbip Club 2, 3, 4: G.A.C.
l, 2, 3, 4.
G.A.C. I, 2: Girls' Lczulurs Club
4: Dancing' Club 3: XYbirlo Cluln
Those Not Having Pictures
l,l'1lI1lll Club 4.
cbestra 5, 43 llaml 2, 3. 4.
lfntercml last part of Senior Your
from .Xwunmptiun High, XX'iml-
sur, Ontario, Czuxzulzn.
Drama Club 4: Clmecrlczulcr 4:
Athletics 4: School Play 43 Cup
and Gown Committcc 41 Sr. .Xa-
sembly Committee 4. lfntcrcml
from Seattle, xYll5lllllgtf7ll, in
Friendship Club 2: G..X.C. 2
Glee Club 13 Shorc llreczc Stuff
3: Vocation Club. xvlCt'-l,l'CNl1lL'Ilt
Those We Leave Behind
Here are our underclassnien, but they will be Seniors some day
too! Until then, however, they are busy working hard, having fun
and looking forward to the day when some lireshman will say-
"Yes, they are Seniors." Then it will be their turn to tzilqe over the
leadership of the school and help the new underelzissmen on their
way to Seniorship. We who are graduating take with us line memo-
ries of friends who will be Uhlling our shoes."
MR. HINCI-VS HOMEROOM
Fllfff Rvfy, Lfff I0 Right-M. Bezdelx, li. Swcch, U. Daniel, XY. Ciesse, A. Bziragzi, B. Glam
poll, A. Boekel, T. Calalmrese, F. Calalwrese, E. Brezic.
Second Ron'-H. Mazick, V. Zust, J. Dale, B. Grove, R. Dickson, H. Ric-lie, E. Oriyitz, lf
Third Ron'-llr. Hinch, XV. Witt, E. llroimka, XV. Channell, VV. Zwerlein, XY. Grossman
A, Loncar, R. Rhodes, A. LoRe, J. Carrie,
1 l Q l
XIIQ. SCI'IIYEGLER'S I-IUXIEROOKI KTUIU
l"z'1'.vf Rim'. Luft In Rlihffflf-I. Ifitzpzitrick, I. Gramm, KI. Coffee, II. Iiucll, N. Ficlclcs, C. .Xrnm
ciwlu, bl. Illcw, ,I. Allcmler.
,Skialzcl leflin'-ID. Ilziilcy, If. Ilrccr, KI. Cux, XI. Goliiizir, I. Ilurlick, Ii. Bolmtka, C. Ilzircssi
H. Cmlc, RI. Scliwcglcr.
Tliird Ru-zu-IJ. Ifwcll, RI, Iilliott, .X. Ilracklaw, D. Grove, R. Berry, R. Iiogotay, .X. Campi-
tclli, NY. Ditrich, I". Gulc.
BI R. ANGENES HOMEROOM
.77ir.vf Rn-zu-Mr. Aiigciic, ul. Kelly, Morris, II. Hug, Luikurt, M. Horn, XY. RICIJIJIIQIIII
Y. Long, If. Cfilmscm.
.Slmfriicl lx"u:u-IQ. Klillcr. F. Nlcunicr, S. Bla-tz, KI. NIc'K0uii, IJ. I-Iulncr, I. Kirchner, C. Xlczzzl-
Czlppa, Ii. Holly, Y. Kriczevich. I
Tliirzl lx'uzu--XY. Gmvcr, D. Noviuc, R, Llwyml, M. Ncmic, NV. Jzickshaw, B. Janes, KIP-
Iiimmy, XY. Kicr.
MISS CAMl'llELL'S HOMEROOM
l"ir.rt Rfrzu-KI. XX7cnning, RI. Yamlervoort, R. VV:Lllin, Miss Campbell, A. Papouchek, D
Zmlzlrzl, C. XYCIIIIIIIQ.
Sivmiirl Rufu'-I". Pcrmc, KI. Zgmxc, D. VVlIl'SlCI', L. Sicrs, RI. VVitt, B. Shafcr, I. Tclich.
Third Rfrzv-K. NYcltc1', I. Vililfforrl, D. Somrak, R. Wismcr, E. Walter, E. Saisell, G, VYimI-
MISS DARSTS HQIXIEROOIXI
Filxvf 134m', Lvfl In Right-Ii. Cmlrzul, ,I. Ilzwics, If. Ificr, I. Cmmpc, II. Ifullis, IQ. Ii-IIQL-1'
X. Iilzxsku, H. Iim'z1cicl1.
.Slwulzfl Ieuivfll. Clare, XY. Hartmzm, H. Lustig, I. CI1I'ISUl1XI1C1', II. Hwmfwich, IJ. Ilums
'l'lz1'l'rI Run'-XX'. Hill, XY. Lzxriclc, XY. I3CutIC1', -I. Izlculmcci, XY. Lchct, I', Ilrcmum, XIISQ Iizuwt
MR. SIJANGLEIYS HOKIERUOKI
Ifizzvf Ron'-E. Skuff, XI. Queen, If. XIL1tIu-Icc, C. Raurl, XI. XX'llIfCl'1NIl'C, If. I'upx'icI1, L. LITZLII
kur, Xl. XX'I1itcumIw, H. You Huff, IJ. SCh1'uc1IQr, I'. S3'1'z1C11sC, R. Xbjsuclc.
Svrofzd Ram'-C. Simpson, XI. Iiwsmmlmcrg, R. XYrigl1t, IQ. Patrick, L. XYz1CI1teII, VI. IIIKJXYII
-I. XYcir, XI. Yuskzl, If. Xlicsc, N. XI11ttcu, S. I'zu'isi, C. XIaIz, XY. I'11Ikw.
Third Row?-I. XYiIscm, E. Starillzl, -I. I"z1rfIy, G. Nzmsfm, IQ. Rzmclzxll, VI. XIz1l1lm'zm, F. XI:1c
Namarzx, I. Rolvcrts, IQ. XXYCIIIIIQIUII R. Shramm E. Shzluqlmcssx' Mr, SJZIIIUICY.
. x, Y Y K, :I I C'
MISS .'XlNGXX'UIQ'I'II'S IIOINIEROOIXI KTUN
l"ir.vl Rn:i', Luft In Rigflils G. llurcn, M. lbrivcr, M. llcmpscy, li. Gill, II. Hunks, R. Iiml-
X lil x I I lin I1
innnmls, ul. . s cj, -I. Ignlyi, DI. ng' ty, M. Anmlrcws.
Ycrfrfzil lx'u':i'-M. IIrigIL-lr, II. III-rnvr, II, Cox, N. lIlz1ckwCII, M. GLIICS, G. IIIuml, ll. Harper
II. Ilicksnn, If. l,ug'usl1:1n, I.. lI:ikcr, Miss .'XlIlgXYUI'lll.
Tlfiru' Rim'-I". Xrlw, C. l'lI'SllIIlllXlL'I1, Ii. Hunt, G. Ilzlnnziforcl, G. Dunkin, N. Gcmrg, If. Ilcli-
kcr, L. IIIQISC, Y. Fuclcrcr, II. C:1SlClli.
MISS IJEIWNKI.-X'I'EIi'S Hcmxllilacmcm
Firxl Rim'-Miss IDL-Iznnritcr, UI. Lore, G. Mzissitt, ID. Moeller, II. Kay, H. Lurzingcr, E. Lzimlv
gl. Millin, II. Martin.
.SIFCUIIIII Rim'-I. -Inslm-ck. II. Ncwmrt, II. King, M. Mazick, If. Korclic, T. MCXYilli:1ms, 'I
Ixirclmcr, Ii. Lung, li. Munro . Nelson.
Tliird Rim'-M. Mulligan, MziCDmi,qz1lI, I. Miller, M. Inrlzi, R. Lotz, F. Knauss, XY. Min'-
rny, D. Mctts, ll. hlunczic, ,I. Nclie. i
MII. lYIrII'lIESIIIE'S HOMEROQINI fgoffolllj
Ifiazvl Run'-T. XYCLlIl1CI'l'lC1l4l, IJ. Strzmzihzln, M. Zgonc, F. Yermun, R. Pzzttun, S. NYalICttc
L. Przizinwsky, R. Stcffenliugcn, E. Oliver, XV. Rolmiiismi.
.Slwmzd Rufv-M. Stupar, H. Yuslczl, 'I. Iiwlwcrts, I.. Zicglcr, nl. Staples, L. Zimmerman, C
Schmidt, S. I'L1rrL1tt, li. Runsnizi.
Tlzird Rum'-P. Rosa, I. Shimrock, II. Twohig, R. O'Dcll, N. Scott, Snkzich, L. Strakn
I. XY1ltCI'XYZlSl'l, Mr. XN'hitCsicIC.
I' ' W" I
'zz' ' ' "J
.2 " 5.
Rl ISS PHYPER'S HOMEROOM
First Row, Left fo Right-Rl. Cole, li. Campbell, R. Finncrty, L. Craft, C. Barrcsi, H. King
B. Bozic, A. lacohacci, lliss Phypers.
Scrond Ro-zv-C. Coupe, H. Henry, H. Coburn, M. Bolcs, Banghman, T. Amatu, Y. Alex
Third Rom'-J. Bergoch, A. Bolun, J. Hodgson.
MR. NYlN'l'ER'S HOMEROOM
First Row, Left 10 Right-B. Miller, A. johnson, D. Lioce, I. Passerello, E. Bzirklnnicr
M. LaBar, V. Soules, F. Krauss, D. Sullivan.
Serond Rom'-L. Phillips, I. Pretnar, R. Popek, M. Parziale, R. Kris-lach, H. XVevlwrc-cht, XV
Zelman, R. Smith, T. Lamacchia. i
Third Ron'-B. Lipovic, J. McKinfla, G. Shakaitjs, fl. Montana, G. Schmitt, B. Stevcrding
XY. Tiber, R. Kitcham, E. Cicemas.
MISS ROSENIBEIQGEICS IIUMEROOM
I lfifwf ICM, Lp-ff in Rigflzff-I. .X1'ku, G. Ilrzmtz, C. Hill, II. Brmllwcnt, 13. Clmlsvn, G, Bullzllkl
IJ. Cznrlfmc, IJ. CUIIII, I. Cffx, ml. Casson.
Sumzzfl lf'n:ufIf. fX1I:uns, T. lJ1'11z1u1ic, -I. Ccmltcr, P. Cmvin, If. Iiariuu, A. Cdizic, KI, Hcrm
l,. C111-141, RI. Czummm, .X. IJUM-1'ml1'11k, AI. .XlI1l.lUS, I. Hurilc, IJ. Di Santo, XY, Clover
XI ISS I'IEIQSfJN'S HOXIEROOM
l"ir.vf IW-ru, Lvfl in Riglzfflf. Lzmgq, P. Gilvlnfms, KI. Gzlrupic, 13. Kuchculvackcr, P. Herman
11. l,zu'1Incr, I. I.L'IIll1SI-Ky, IJ. harzlync, -I, Hay.
,S',-fmzfl Rfrzv-li. Gcwrgc, P. Hzmly, ID. Lesh, If. Hcync, H. Huston, ul. Izlcolwacci, IJ. Gros
mam, If. K1LrIm'iC. L. Lzlrflncr.
'A v 1- Y . ,, . . v -
llnrfl Rwzu-I, LIISIQY, XX. f,z1II1-c-mu, I. lmlc, I. Hzwflcn, In. Holcnmp, Wm. Izttcnqer, H
I'A1lIIiCllSIL'Ill, lQ."l:1cuII5', VI. IHIIII, XY. K1'ivm'wy, I'.'L:mg. IV
MISS TEMPER'1'ON'S H OMEROOM
Fz'1'.vi Row, Left In Riqlzl-XY. Rnssell, Xl. KlCC2ll'll'lV, F. Nevar, XY. Klaruney, R. Rlelienna,
tl. KleC:1nclless, iC. Munnings, A. Rolmerts. i
.S'm'o11d Rafe-C. Reading, R. Klatheke, -I. Klunier, B. Reiche, R. Parisi, N. Meliimmy, Y. Kli-
jzieek, R. Perovieh, F. Pierce, E. Roluff.
Third Run'-A. Repusky, G. Novinee, E. Piliernik, K. Roocl, H. Nelson, H. Nach, J. Murray,
MRS. WILSQ'N'S HOMEROOM
F!il'.X'f Row, Lvft fo Right-lil. Selilueger, P. Zerlmy, li. Uppule, J. XYz1rwiek, L. Zmlzirzl, .fX.
Sugarmzm, P. Zeroll, Rl. Sullivan, B. Tenny, J. Yon Hof, B. YNilson.
Second Raw-M. XYz1ltcr, F. Smaltz, L. Tomsic, J. Skok, M. VVZISSCIWTUAII, VI. VVatt, P. Tucker,
,l. 'X'ickermun, F. Zupaneie, D. XX'ieksun, B. NYesley.
Third Rom'-B. Schafer, T. Sadler, 1. NYutson, L. Zuitz, H. Trivisuinm, R. Sehlunll, IJ.
Tinker, XY. llorrington, R. XYightman, F. Stepic.
-.- "' 'N
11. A FX FX fi ,
NIR. l'Ulrl'liU'S HUMEROOM
lfirsl lffrzv, Lvfl to Right-Mr. Pohto, C. Frahatto, R. Colley, VV. Durkee, F. Bergoch, T.
Bullard, P. llarlvy, -l. Hawks, D. Dietrich.
Snmzci Rim'-S. llnrresi, P. Blaxsko, Nl. Dvorak, N. Donahue, R. Calzibrese, A. Hess, L. Da-
Yirro, G. Dinwoodie.
I'l1ird Run'-G. llurns, D. Burns, DI. Hucser, F. Hess, H. Fuderer, R. Hank, j. Duye, A
Nl R. l"lNCl l'S HOMEROOM
First Row, Lvfi to Righ!-P. lacolmcci, M. Perry, M. llasite, P. Malin, N. Lavo, D. ,len-
nings, A. Leliet, M. McKee, E. Little, F. Roher.
Svrmzd Ron'-XY. jevnikzir, V. blanezic, NV. Richardson, E. Mals, H. Roth, L. Mezzacappa,
,l. Horn, li. Korasin, G. Klerrett, G. Hodge, L. Lardner, L. Runion. '
Third Ro-zu-lf. Meyer, K. Raupach, T. Blizner, R. Jones, J. Knific, R. Munnings, E. Bloody
M. Sill, B. Merritt, A. Royer.
RUSS CRONIFXS HOMEROQTNI
First Row, Left to Riglzl-,l. Schafer, O. Straka, H. Lloyd, W. VVinters, E. Wurster, J
Town, S. Swech, B. VVassum, B. NValtermire.
Svrond Rum'-,l. Tartino, P. Yan, P. XVise, VV. VVier, H. Thompson, J. VVallace, M. Watkiiis
J. Vlilde, A. Heata.
FQ .M 53' f, fx
Makers of Friendships True and
lfriends galore in this happy group of friendly faces! They set forth on a
treasure hunt to discover the hidden gems of a valuable hidden school year.
Recognition services launched the club on its pursuit of friends . . . spend-
ing a whole week-end at Mary Eells Camp, an adventure never to be forgotten
. . . an uproarious time at the Hallowe'en Party as movies were taken here
The Hi-Y members started out the school year with their annual tourna-
ments: these tournaments were not only among themselves but also with other
Hi-Y's. As usual they were a great success as is anything these boys do. Musty
smells . . . old clothes . . . scratchy hay . . . hamburgers and the
boys found themselves on Z1 "Hay Ride" with Friendship girls with them. Did
they have fun? Around Halloween time the boys again got together and held
Holders of Memories Dear
FRIENDSHIP CLUI1 tContinuedJ
and there . . . quiz bees on VVednesday afternoons . . . prizes to hrain-
sters. Christmas came around and the Friendship club and Hi-Y club got
together and emerged with a semi-formal dance. Miss Campbell has guided
the girls throughout their club activities in keeping their ideals and goals, objects
to be acquired.
a "weiner roast" only somebody made off with some of the pies. The boys did
their part when they combined with Friendship club for the semi-formal dance,
anyway the girls thought so. Mr. Schwegler is the leader of this club and you
have only to ask the boys if you desire to hear him heaped with praise. These
boys are going far in the world making good young men.
We C0uldn't Do ithout Them
ln each homeroom in the school the Student Council is represented by a
member and this member brings the room's suggestions for the betterment of
the school to the Student Council meetings. Here the suggestions are discussed
and voted upon and if the suggestion is voted worthy, the Councilors proceed to
enforce it. This year as many years before, the Student Council has played an
important part in school activities. They conducted the "Vocational Guidance
Week" and have run a series of after school dances. The Council is under the
supervision of Miss Aingworth.
Have you bought your "llooster's Tag" to the football game? Have you
bought your ticket to the Senior Play? VVith a barrage of "Have you's" we find
the everbusy Ad. Committee members greeting you in the halls. They see to it
that you hear and see about everything ahead of time. Shore needs boosters
and these students make good leaders. Mr. Spangler is the guiding llooster in
9 is 's
Who has number seven . . . that's my music folio . . . Mr. Raish,
somebody has taken some music out of here . . . singing . . . music
. . . two synonymous words but oh! what a combination they spell when they
stand for our first period Chorus. Hut not only do they signify a group of fifty
voices, they also represent the interesting musical programs in assemblies, when
we have heard the familiar strains of southern melodies. Friday ordinary rehear-
sals stop and fearless members have chances to show off in front of their fellow
Two traditions . . . one depending upon the other . . . Shore Highs
Christmas music and Shore High's Girls' Glee Club. VVell do we appreciate
their value . . . the haunting refrain of "Pale Moon" . . . Hoating
through the air . . rehearsals for "Gala Nite" and many more delightful
. - .v.- '
7.3 ' 4...
Voices n High
Early morning rehearsals . . black robes . . . starched
white collars ..., 3 O voices . . . the l'.-T. A. musical pro-
gram . . . Gala Nite . . . bidding farewell to the seniors with
the familiar strains of "The Rosaryu . . . and last but not least,
the annual concert with the band. 'llhen to make the world all right
the choir meets with other choral groups at lledford to end the
joyous season. Add all of these together and the sum equals that
outstanding organizationgthe Rohed Choir.
Q , GP. '- -- r ' an
As The Baton Is Raised ....
Ever faithful . . . ever neeclecl .
our school orchestra. At HIOTC serious programs given we hncl the orchestra
playing favorite classical pieces whether the stirring "'llriumphal March of tl1e
ries s" 'rom 1 ica, or iffi aic airx' "Mae o' 'i n11'1 'om " 'l
l' t 1 Xl thelblt il lls tXe NN l ll
L 1 s. ie
orchestra's greatest importance comes at CUITlINt'llCCINt'llfS.
leet . . . wincl . . . hail . . . a football game . . it means
11otl1i11g to the bancl, always there . . . spurriiig' on the light . . . boost-
ing tl1e team ancl proucl as Dean Tinker "struts his stuff" in tl1e sparkling new
uniform. As a climax of their successful season, the annual hancl concert is
helil in April .... So let's give three cheers for "Old Faithful," our hanfl!
this could be the clehnition of
The Girl Athlete
.X llz1sh of 21 l1lz11le . . . :1 lJUllllCj' white hall . . . the quiver of z111
1ll'l'UXX' . . . the girls of Shure lligh cmiipeting with each other in Sports.
l.:111gil1ler . . . keep eoinpetiticm . . . ll loser in the game hut Z1 winner in
spirit . . . z1ll this speaks for the IUUtlCl'll girl athlete. Straight :mcl g'I'I1Ct'l.lll
lmllies 1ll'C lmuilt, mimls are trz1i11ecl to he quick :incl alert while Still having fun
i11 sports such 115 Areliery, lienciiig, lllllg' I'1111g', lr3z1sl4ethz1ll, Volleyball, :mtl
The Boy Athlete
The same is true of Boys' Sports
strength and force is shown by the boy
. . the show of intricate holds of the
wrist of the fencer. Front Ping Pong
High is proud of its good Sportsnien!
Ffffx H1 rn'
as is of Girls' Sports. except that more
s as . . . E1 dash around the field . .
wrestler . . . or the deft liick of the
to Boxing one finds 21 champion. Shore
We Who Keep the Log Rolling
.Xssislzmt Emlilur-eklzly C2li'lg'I'Cll
fh'gZllliZ1lliUIlS Ifclitcm1'fefM:l1'y Shimko
Sports Iiilillbff'CUl'l1L'li2l lillclmcllbzncher
Art EkliUlI'fAl2ll'il5'll Case
Special XY1'itc1's--Ilctly Hunt, lletty KICCU5'
'lxypists-,Mlclille Gcig'e1', Meryl Gomllwezul
I'hulavg1':1pl1crs-IHmb Huston, liuml llm'ger. Axlllwonly Lolie, I'Al'Cil-RICN11I1lH1'2l
Business Ixlllllllgfl'-L2C'lJl'gC Grcvc
.Xclvertising iXI1lIl2lgt'l'-tlilll Kloultcm
Suhscriptifms-Iletty Gommel, Clara Schlobuch,
lletty Ray, l'eg'gy Cillllllltxjllllll, llc-tty rX1'lllCl'SU11
l'12lL'llltj' .Xmlvisers-KI1'. Angcue, Mr. l'4illCl1, Mr. Card
l'1z1culty PhiltfJg'l'21lJht'l'S--Bl'I'. Phillips. Mr. Hiuch
ffirxl l?ffzu--XIII Card, Hr, I'4i11c'l1, Xl. f:1HNH'lL'I1tl, A. flciger, Ii. Ficr, M. C:u'lgVc1l, C. Kuchcn-
lvzlclwr, Xl. law, Mr. Phllllps.
.Slwwlfzl Rfm'-ll. Hum, ll. McCoy, C. Schlnlmch, IE. Hciss, Ii. .XINlCl'SUI1, P. Camplcjulm,
ll. Rug, XIV. .Xngcxlu
Zlqlllufll Rn-rv-UI. Touch, Ii. Marshall, R. Hustmm, -I. Xlilllltlill, G. Grove, J. Lipovcc, F, llc-
Nzunzxm, Mr. Hinch.
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ASSISTANT EDITOR .....,...........
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Semple, Joe Lipovec, Cornelia
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made by Student Council Honieroom
Card, Miss Phypers.
Clubs and Clubs
GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB
Our most recent club to join the frivolous group. The girls are leaders in
every way . . . new suits of white material are worn by members only.
. . . These girls help conduct Gym classes and competitive tournaments. At
Christmas they held a party which was successful in every way. All these happy
hours are given to the credit of Miss Gill's untiring cooperation with these
BOYS' LEADERS CLUB
These boy leaders are the equivalent of the girl- leaders and they also help
conduct Gym classes. The older boys wear shirts which tell that tiiey are in the
club: the younger boys wear a shield which says, "Shore Leader." These boys
played an important part in this year's Gym exhibition.
G. A. C.
The Girls' Athletic Club sponsors all tournaments after school and all mein-
bers receive points according to the tournaments they are in, and after reaching
the number of points, they are entitled to a letter. This letter is white set on
green and every member receivinv' one is proud of it. It usually rewards the
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work of four years of high school, Freshman year through Senior year.
Que more week 'til the production is to go on . . . worry . . . anxiety . . . then
. . . relief! Yes, you guessed it . . . we're talking about the Dramatic
Club and "The Queens l-lusbandn . . . and also, not to be slighted. . . .
"The Man In the Bowler Hat," Gala Nite's "A Happy journey." But it isn't all
play rehearsals and hard work .... Remember the fun at the dance on St.
Patrick's day? . . . Under the able direction of Mr. Card . . . these have
been the contributions given to us by the 1938-39 Dramatic Club . . so more
power to them in continuing their share of contributions.
Buenos Aires . . . the dashing sheiks of French Morocco . . . Cal-
cutta, the land of rumbling herds . . . the gentle, rolling waters of the
NYaikiki beach and back to room No. 221 in less than an hour. Thus journey
the members of our "Travel Club" with Miss Delamater, the stevvardess. Be-
tween brief respites the members bring their weaving and embroidery and try
their hand at that.
"Men with VX'ings" . . . Oh, yeah? I-Iorns, maybe, but not wings. Seri-
ously, though, these air-minded boys study and speculate the future of aviation
and all its possibilities as an even-mcare-modern-means of transportation, and
aviation as a future career. Thus does Mr. Spangler guide these pliable minds
in his Aviation Club.
Yyhat dress shall I wear? Do these blazer sox match my plaid tie? Wliicli
Finger do you strike the "A" with on the typewriter? Are abbreviations ever
correct? tNot when I use them.b These and many more such questions are
answered during Miss Darst's and Mr. lfinch's Business Club meetings.
Klany other clubs meet on the yVednesday after noon but these are but a
few representatives of the variety and the usefulness of the various clubs.
Pajc' Fifty fix
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-' ,. ""' 1 up P1 -v.
The Fighting Admirals
More than ever, this year Shore students are proud of the Hghting Admirals,
who won their hrst undisputed Eastern Conference Football Championship title.
Close to sixty enthusiastic boys turned out at the call of Fall Football practici-
and from these boys, Coach Schwegler picked his winning team.
Sailing On To Victory
tContinued from last pagej
The Admirals traveled to Canton Lehman for their first game,
where they were honorary guests at Lehman's dedication of their
new stadium and night lighting system. That night, the Shore boys
failed to bring home a victory-however, Curto made up for the
loss by bringing back a nice black eye.
Shore journeyed to Brush to launch its lirst conference game
attack and was met with warm weather and clean play. Brush was
kept on the defense throughout the game. ln spite of our aggres-
sive team, the pigskin was carried over the line only once by our
Coming home for their next game, our confident team swamped
Bedford under a great aerial attack. Maldovan received a serious
leg injury and was missed from the team for the remainder of the
Next, the Admirals romped over Garfield, away, and sank all
of the hopes of Garlield's winning the championship. Our staunchy
backlielder, Joe Dempsey, appeared for the first time this season
in play, after his summer injury.
XVith little snow and bitterly cold weather, Shore met its one
undefeated opponent of last year--Mayfield. This game evened up
last year's defeat of the Admirals and also, gave our second team a
chance to play fincluding Rob Berry after a call from the band for
CContinuefl on next pagej
lContinued from last pagel
'l'lie Shore eleven next encountered Maple Heights, away. 'l'xx'o
excellent runs were made of about forty and fifty yards by 'loc
Dempsey and l'aul George, respectively, of which each resulted in
touchdowns. Shore came out of this genuine "dust bowl" game
'l'o end the gridiron season, the Admirals trounced their tradi-
tional rival under a deluge of thirty-nine points, allowing one-
ancl the only one of the season-touchdown to Euclid Central.
11 I o t Luft Io Rigflif-.-X. Papoiisclick, li. liogotay, C. Grcyc, A. Bocke, nl. Klalcloyan, XX Pi o
Scmfzzcl 1641-gt-, Hoffozzi-rl. Grossman, li, Clarke, R. Fanta, K. Wlilson, P. George
K Fw- X
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fContinued from last pagej
The following is the 1939 Football season schedule:
:'fCanton Lehman .................... 26 Shore ................................ 6
Brush .................................... 0 Shore ................................ 6
Bedford ................................ 0 Shore ................................ 25
Gariield ................................ O Shore ................................ 13
Mayfield ................................ 0 Shore ................................ 33
Maple Heights ...................... 0 Shore ................................ 40
Euclid Central.. .................... 6 Shore ................................ 39
Conference Total .......... 6 156
First Ron'-O. Mclieon, M. Plutt, L. Palko, E. Heglaw.
Sv'-ond Ro"-VV Nloore VV VVade I Dempsey A Bmcklow F 'Xlontana
. LL .. , . ,-. ,-. L ,.. .
The Wearers of the Blue and Gold
liicbe. Harvey ......... ...... l forward Roekel, Allan ,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, G nard
l7ClllPSL'5'. hlUS0llll ...... ...... l '-0l'WLlI'Ll Maldovan, John ......,., .,.4,,,. l forward
llldfliv. llI'UCC ............ ....... C elltel' Vapouschek, Anton ..... ........ l forward
Montana. lirank ..... ....... G uard Heglaw, Edward .,...,,,. .,,,,,,,, C enter
KICKCUII. UliS ...... .......... l .lllZ1l'il Dietrich, NYilliam ....... .,.... C enter
l.ipoyec. 'loseph ....... ...... l forward Schwartz, George ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, C enter
lil1l5lill. Xllgust ..... ...... l forward Shaugnessy, Emmett ,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,, Guard
li115'CI'. HCIIFX .... ....... Q lenter Motfet, llryan ............... ........ R lanager
Curto, -loseph .,.,. ,,,,,,, G uard
lford L. Case-Coach
Henry Schmidt-Asst. Coach
Glenville . . . For the second straight year, the tar-blooders fell before
Shore-'s smooth working Admirals. Mayfield . . . The green and white of
Mayfield fell before the fast breaking tactics of the Shore team to the tune of
59 to 20. Harvey Riebe dropped in twenty points to tie the Shore record set by
his brother, Mel, in 1931. Maple Heights . . . The Admirals beat a power-
ful Heights quintet in stride. Central . . . Shore won the first leg on the
beautiful new American Legion trophy by smothering the Lions 69 to 20. Capt.
lfrank Montana whisked the net for twenty markers to tie the Shore record held
jointly by Mel and Harvey Riebe. Mentor . . . The smooth working combi-
nation of Riebe-lDempsey-Clarke-McKeon-lXlontana played its last game together
by trouncing Mentor 59-lb the next night after the Central game. Brush . .
. . The Admirals trailing 15-3 at the half, staged one of the most brilliant
rallies seen on any court in years walloping the Brown and Gold 29-8 the second
half, to come in easy victors with a score of 32-23.
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4 i. -1 . .. a L l
liirxl Rozu, Ifvfl lo Riyllzl-F. Montana, .X. llockcl, O. Mclicon, J. Dempsey, H. Riebe, ,l.
Curio, ll. Clarke.
.Srrnzifl Rott'-yl. Lipoxcc, .X. Papouschck, li. Shannessy, ll. Hcglaw, XY. Dietrich, .X. lilasko,
ll. Moller, Mr. Case.
Tlziz-fl l6,.g,Y.-l- gh,-ictoplicr, Vl. Town, T. XX'c-atlierlicad, ,l. Robinson, G. Schwartz, NY. Zxxicr-
licn, K. llerry, li. l'alko, lj. Melts.
It's a "Case" of "Netting" Victories
lledford . . . This team was downed in a close contest, 29-27, at Bed-
ford. The game was marked by long range shooting by the home team and the
game was not decided until joe Curto, Admiral guard, looped in a double decl-:er
from far out to decide the victor. Garfield . . . Garfield and Shore came up
to the last league game without defeats to pack in the largest crowd to see a bas-
ketball game in the history of Shore Flasketball. Gariield's classy quintet was
able to put on a finishing drive to win in the last four minutes of play to cop
their first Eastern Conference crown. Fairport . . . The lllue and Gold
Admirals surged back to whip a powerful Fairport tive for their first defeat in
16 games to the tune of 40-30. Ed Heglaw at center and loe Curto at guard
played good defensive roles to assist the dependable scoring combination of
Riebe and Dempsey.
NEO. SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT
Shore held the Sectional Tournament for the second consecutive year. only'
to have their own team draw the Fairport team, by a queer quirk of fate, and be
eliminated by the team they had beaten by ten points a week before. hloe Demp-
sey and Harvey Riebe acted co-captains the second semester and made proh-
ably the best pair of running mates at forwards to wear the school colors in,
The Familiar Blue Light
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I"i'vpvf Rott'-XY. Moore, NY. Palko, -I. Smith, R. Schroeder, J. Hannaford, R. Brandt, VV. Mur-
ray, D. Nickson.
Svuoaid Rim'-Ossie Asmundsen, L. Palko, D. Ewell, P. Twohig, E. Heglaw, Smith,
Shore is mighty proud of its 1938-1939 Hockey squad of which each puck-
ster proved of some
lid Heglaw ............ .
Dick Schroeder ........
Iloh lfisher .........,
'lim Smith ......
'lack Smith .......
Hill Moore ........ ..
-Iohn Raghorg ......
Lenny Palko ........
Hill lialko ............
-I ack Grossman ......
value to the team.
1938-1939 HOCKEY SQUAD
Robert Phillips-Assistant Coach
Delforest Ewell ........
Hob llrandt ........ ,.,.,, L eft Vkfing
-lack Schlaeger ....... ............. L eft Vkfing
Paul 'liwohig ......... ..,.,,.. L eft Defense
Darrel NVickson ........ .....,. L eft VX'ing'
Jack Rlattau ...... ..,...,. C enter
llill Murray ...........
john Henn ..........
. ...... Manager
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The Admiral pucksters moved into their second hockey season with five
lettermen and an enthusiastic group of new players. Skating off to a surprise
victory over Cathedral Latin, and easily trouncing Holy Name, the icers next
staged their hardest fought battle against Shaker, only to meet their first defeat.
The pucksters carried the lighting spirit of Shore with them and masterfully
slid through the season with only three defeats by Shaker, Cleveland Heights,
and Shaw, and tied two matches with University and East High.
Shore was eliminated in the First round of play-offs by East High, whom
they had held to a scoreless tie in a previous game. This was the final blow to
an almost perfect hockey season, but before the play-offs our pucksters held
second place in both divisions, tying the leaders of the Metropolitan division.
J.SMTTH P.PALKO I SMITH
L.PALKO R.SCHROEDER j.HANNAFORD
Presenting the Boys
ho "Set the Pace" at hore
- 'mn '
l'l1.l'.X'f Ron'-R, Grossman, A. liracklow, il. Malflovan, L. l'alko, P. George, M, Plntt, R. Mat-
thews, R. XXI-llington.
Svrond Rom'-Mr. Case, NY. Larick, VU, McDougall, T. Shinirock, R. Harper, VV. Channell, .
Flammang, XY. Zweirlien.
Shores hopes for a successful track season look fair. clue to the fact that
Shore tiecl with llrush and lleclforcl in the C. A. C. Incloor Meet.
The following is Shores 1939 Track Meet schedule:
xApril 26-Garfield ......,.,,..,,....,. 7
May l-University ........,.,,,. ,,.,.,
Xhlay 3-Redford ....,,......,,.. ,,,,.,
May o-Mentor Relays at Mentor
May 8-lilrush ..........,........... ,.....
May 10-l'1rush ......
May l5-lleclforfl ........
XM215' 17--Alumni .......,.......... .. .... .
May 20--District Meet
May 23-Eastern Conference Preliminaries
Mag 2-l-Eastern Conference Finals at Redford
May 26-27--State Meet
X-lune 7-Central ...... ........,... ...... S h ore .,........
ljunior High American Legion Meetl
'k Home Meets.
Pitching . . . Slugging . . .Fielding
At Coach John l'ohto's first call for candidates, seventy-live willing boys
turned out for baseball. lt was the biggest turn-out in the history of Sh.irc's
The squad was later reduced to twenty-live, of whom three were letter-
men, Harvey Riebe, Elmer VVeinschreider, and Capt. Frank Montana.
-loe Curto and Hob Jason turned out to be two of the best pitchers in the
Metropolitan League. Their steady pitching did much in the way of contributing
to Shores fine season.
The dependable slugging of Riebe, VVeinschreider, and Montana were other
highlights on offense. Some good helding by liezdelc and Heglaw featured the
outfield on defense .
Shore won the championship of the Eastern Division of the Metropolitan
League and were semi-linalists in the district play-offs, losing to Cleveland
The following was the 1958 schedule of baseball:
Brush .................. 6 Shore .............. -l Mayfield ..... ...... 0 Shore ,..,.., .... 4
Euclid Central .... l Shore ....... .... 8 Brush ......... 3 Shore ....,.. .... 4
Collinwood ........ 8 Shore .............. 7 East Tech ,.,...l.,... 7 Shore ,,,,,,, ,,,. l
Mayiield .............. -l Shore .............. 15 Latin .................. 4 Shore ,,,,.,. .,.. 5
llenedictine ........ 4 Shore ....... .... 6 lienedictine .....,.. 3 Shore ,.,,,,, .,,, 5
John Adams ........ 7 Shore ......, .... 5
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Matmen of Shore
Even though Shores matmen got off to a late start this year, they did well
for themselves. Under Coach Pohto and Captain Hill NYade the grapplers soon
made up for lost time by taking second place in the Conference. This year's team
was composed of seventeen muscular boys.
Shore had three home matches and traveled to the opponents' mats four
times, making a total of seven matches. The matmen won four of their matches
and placed four boys in the City 'Wrestling Tournament. Hill VVade won fourth
place in the heavyweivht division: Lenny Craft, fourth place in the 103-pound
divisionp Al Roosma, second place in the 145-pound division, and Al Hracklow
took second place in the 155-pound division.
Here is the 1938-39 Wrestling Schedule:
Shaker ............... .....
University .... .....
X l 'arma ....
yfentral ....... .....
Lentral ....... .....
Shore ....... ......
Day by Day at Shore
Slfirri-:Mullin hath XXX remarkable days:
Pa gc Sixty- 111 ut'
'llhe heavens will weep. lrlut all the rain in the world won't keep Shore
from fighting even though the stars prophesy victory for the Green
hath XXXI days:
Here at last we have a get-together for the lfriendship Club at Mary
Our regular dashing football heroes playing the Post Graduate football
players who came back to learn how to play football.
Our first Short' Brccsc issue was printed.
Generally clean and mild in ocean region. lfaculty seamen and sea-
women attending a nautical party will encounter pleasant weather.
Shore puts on her war paint: "Heat lledford!" in pep assembly pro-
claims aloud lier bloody war cry.
Mr. Peake will address the Senior Class on Vocations.
Some of the Seniors taking an afternoon oft to go and see "You Can't
Take It with You."
Miss Darst's Business Girls' Club went to visit the Addressograph-
Volley ball teams got well under way in the new gym.
Recognition services for the Friendship Club.
Garfield tribe takes a whipping at the hands of Shore High.
A mathematical genius displayed his abilities before the breathless stu-
dent body in assembly.
Playhouse stages a play called "Ditch Diggers" for the benefit of the
Mayfield takes a trouncing from old Shore High. Friendship Club
girls get together for a grand Halloween Party.
No School! Teachers in Suburbs go to Cleveland for the annual teach-
wfxj Q3o.g,'R udhG.N-'-
Day by Day at Shore
Noi'1-:Min-:R hath XXX days:
2. llrama Club gave a play in Assembly.
J. NY.l'.A. swing band will play for the students presided over by the
-l. Maple Heights takes a whipping from the Admirals.
9. The Automobile Club gives an assembly on "l'reventing Accidents."
l0. Football Rally at Shores field for the Shore-Central game.
ll. Shore wins from Euclid Central but Central spoiled Shore's chances of
a scoreless season in the Eastern Conference.
1-l. General Assembly on "Let us have a purpose and a career."
15-18. Conferences on vocations for all of the Senior lligh.
lo. The Federal Music Project lland gave a splendid concert in assembly.
Z-l. Shore gives thanks-no school for four days.
D1-iciiixmi-:R hath XXXI days:
2. Tag dance honors our football players.
J. Our Hockey Team starts off with a bang! Today marks their second
7. One of the hockey boys interviewed their coach, Ozzie Asmundson.
10. Our first defeat in hockey. Shaker is the victor.
12. Girls' Leaders Club chose basketball teams and had pictures taken later.
13. Chorus sings for P.T.A. Colored swing band plays during the ninth
and tenth periods.
14. A few Gala Night acts being given in Assembly.
15. Austin XNiley plays for the Friendship and Hi-Y Clubs.
16. Admirals boost game with Glenville.
21. Colorful Christmas Pageant given in Assembly. Friendship-Hi-Y for-
mal dance given. School closes for the appreciated two-weeks vacation.
ZS. Shore wins another hockey game.
Day by Day at Shore
-l.'xxi',-xlu' hath XXXI days:
-l. Basketball plays explained to all in assembly.
fm. Shore cagers win from Mayfield.
7. Shore puclcsters defeat West. i
10. -lanuary graduating class has its banquet. What a night!
11. Shore has college night for Seniors and their parents.
12. Friendship Club enjoys a Farewell Party given to departing Seniors.
13. VVithstanding the jinx of Friday 13, our cagers won their game with
16. Quite stormy out: teachers decide to parallel the weather with a similar
blizzard of report cards.
Zo. Shore wrestlers attack Parma.
17If1sRL'A1:Y hath XXVIII days:
1. Drama Club presents "Queens Husband."
11. Hockey team wins from Collinwood.
20. A special assembly for information on tire drills.
AIARCH hath XXXI days:
1. I-Ialf a day off due to the Teachers' Convention.
10. Musical quartette entertains student body, also fencing exhibition.
Zn. Shore given hockey crown to victor East.
31. Students rejoice as Easter holidays emerge with lovely weather.
APR11. hath XXX days:
1. April Fool's day is shouted at everyone else who forgot it. Shore track
team participates in Arena meet.
21. Orchids to the cast of the Senior Play "Charm School." It certainly
was a hit!
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and DAIRY STORE
Ice Cream High Grade
Sodas and Candies
Sundaes and Pasfries
22078 Lalce Shore Blvd. Ken. I035
WALL PAPER.. PAINTS . . VARNISHES
RADIO TUBES . .GLASS
Telephone KEnmore 045I
729 E. I85Ih S+. Corner Mohawk
I. ANNE GREGORIN
N O TTI N G H A M
"SHOES AND FURNISHINGS
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY"
Leonard Mandel I8607 SI. Clair Ave.
Propriefor Cleveland, Ohio
AI Ihe "soma sHoP"
Complele Seasonal Ouifils
For Men and Young Men
2. ADELINE GEIGER
An Uplown Slore wilh Downlown
708 Easl I85Ih Sfreer
Budgef Terms KEnmore 6840
N o T TIN e H A M
"The Communily S'rore"
PAINTS . . GLASS . . RADIO
WARREN MILLER l8708 S+. Clair Ave
"MOTHER, MAY WE HAVE MORE?"
EUCLID DAIRY CO.
Ken. 05:5 515 E. 2OOIh S+.
22. DORIS BERNER
Kenmore 5630 TAILOR 84 FURRIER
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2-HOUR ODORLESS DRY CLEANING
20020 Lalce Shore Blvd.
P S 'lily-tl
Veslrmenls for Choir and Pulpil
The C. E. WARD COMPANY
NEW LoNDoN, oriio
Graduefion Caps and Gowns
Gowns for School Choirs ancl Glee Clubs
Wrile for Free Calalogs
Prescriplions Drugs Candies
STANDARD DRUG STORES
The .Siftlllllillflli for Pure Drugs
Toilelries Soclas Cigars
W. E. STEVENSON
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4. MERYL GOODI-I EAD
FROM A FRIEND
YOU V,S,T i5PicuRE Bosefxm
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For Gradualion Gills
See Herb Fifzgerald
635 E. I85'rh Ke. I3l3
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All Branches of Beauly Cullure
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THE UNION SAVINGS AND
232 Superior Avenue, N. E.
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675 Easl I85Il'1 S+.
Real Eslale Loans-TX, Inferesl on Ke' 5730
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Deposils Insured up Io 55,000.00 by Ilwe COMP'-'MEN-VS
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance
Corporalion OT The
Member Federal Home Loan Bank
II. BETTY HUNT I2.EDNA RILLIE
Suils . . Coals . . Dresses
Hosiery . . . Accessories
2I9I0 Lalce Slwore Blvd.
"Tell us when and where .
We'Il be Ilmeref'
WICKLIFFE LUMBER CO.
Your Counlry Cousin
HARLEY L. CLARKE
A F R I E N D
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DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY
MEDALS, CUPS AND TROPHIES
JEWELERS TO SHORE HIGH SCHOOL
I5. SHIRLEY SUGARMAN I5. DOROTHY ROW I6. BETTY DANIELS
S M I T H ' S
Barbecue and Restaurant, Inc.
22305 L. S. Blvd. Ken. 2792
JOHN VIDRICK JOHN POLSON
I9. VERNA OHL 20. MILDRED VICKERMAN 2I. VIRGINIA NEMEC
Eddies' Service Stations, Inc.
22259 LAKE SHORE BLVD.
Texaco Gasoline Texaco, Kendall and Valvolirie Molror Oils
Lubricaiion , . Ivloliawlc Tires . . Exide and Willard Baileries
Cars Called for and Delivered
PHONE KEN MORE 4227
5. HELEN SAVCHAK 6. BETTY JO PATTON 7. BETTE FIER
'TO FIND AND GIVE THE BEST"
FRIENDSHIP IS THE GEM OF LIFE
THE FRIENDSHIP CLUB
I7. HAZEL HAWLEY I8. BLANCHE CROCKETT
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PRICES OUOTED ON OUANTITIES OE
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I706 Euclid Avenue MA 2333
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use, over a long period ol years, in every class of business enlerprise.
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