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

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M71 !!!,p'I'. V F' , I 'L , 4 , i X GREEN IS THE SPRINGTIME WHITE IS Tl-IE SNOWY Sl-IOQE! DEDICATION We, the Senior Class, realize how greatly the world conflict affects the lives of the present and future citizens of the United States. Because We do realize this fact, We wish to dedicate this annual to the Shore Alumni who have sacrificed so much to enter their country's service to preserve, among many other herit- ages, the privilege of educating oneself in preparation for a successful life for oneself and posterity. FORWARD We, the Annual Staff of 1943, have endeavored to make a permanent record of this school year that will recall fond memories to entertain all and to keep this year a never-to-be-forgotten tribute to the friendships made in Shore school. .fl-IO!-PE J-IIC!-I fC-I-IOOL EUCLID O4-HO ' 5 I? 1 5 9 sl Q1 'I I" Q J X N ll Is- JIQQ TABLE UF CONTENTS page ACTIVITIES '57 ADVERTISING 81 ASSEMBLIES 54 FACULTY 5' SENIORS 11 SPORTS 57 uNnERcLAssMEN ze Q 19. X -af A r E ati WS? ff X " W ... J - R X15 S ,fx-K QM x k'ZYx'fl3J'R A ,mug f 5 Q , ii.. E' WW MMM Page Six RUSSELL H. ERXVINE Mr. Erwine has served as sup' erintendent of the Euclid schools for four years. He was connected with various Qhio school systems for many yearsxbefore coming to Euclid. His continuous interest in the improvement and advancement of the Euclid schools has helped to keep Shore in the foreground in all academic and extrafcurricular activf ities. LEONARD E, LOOS Dr. Loos, who has guided us in the past year as principal of Shore., is to be commended for his ine work. He works constantly to im' prove Shore. Dr. Loos will be long rememf bered and thanked by the many students who have benefited by the new courses he has succeeded in hringing to Shore. gl Raymond J. Turk, Prcsidentg Loren Bullard, Vice'Presidentg Loyal Luikart: ,Iohn F. Darvisl Anton E. Strohn, I 1 ELSA L. ALBRECHT mm ug, f !5,,,i,.' . L 57' ff Y' i I"3 x' f LESTER ANGENE ,J lfffpg , 335.2 v' QE.: ,QM X E .,-15,1-4-me J,- ffy J, fi., ..-.344f.,y,gzQ-f x 5 LUCILLE AINGWORTH MERYL BAUMER ADRIAN BUERGER PERA CAMPBELL LGUISE DARST Q ., f f'fg4145 A-,fy f 1 EM w JOHN BECK 3 PHILENE ENGEL FORD L. CASE Page Seven DOROTHY GILL JAMES GEBHART .,,,- ALEXANDER FARQUHAR W Ll 1 E DALE HARPER ROY HINCH F5 fLQ 9 f i 6 EDITH LEMON Page Eight B. H. PEAKE ANNETTE PIERSON SARAH HENDERSONQ X HI I 4 I JOHN 1. POHTO I L 5, f i 'Un Mk ROY SHARROCKs ,, V, w . Q s I HETTY ROSENBERGER I. M. STUBBART WALTER SCHWEGLER I ANTHONY VACCARIELLOI ELISABETH SMITH i .af STANLEY WHITESIDE CHARLES VAUGHN HARRY SPANGLER R N' 1 ,xi I JANE WILLIAMS Page Nine A? ,Xl . , . X fr- x QM. 'X , Q L , 5 7 ' f ,ff ' f iam - ARTHUR BONE' BEULA WILSON J X J. IRENE HORVATH 1 . aff: 15' 'Z V' N- M, -1 .. ,W .r 911. rs 'F 32.5 4 JUNE PHYPER S. Page Ten PAUL WINTERS HELEN CHALFANT The entire faculty has done its utmost this year, as in all years, to train the students to take their positions in the world competently and to help them in aiding the war effort. In September the Aeronautics class was inaugur- ated with Mr. Sharrock and Mr. Stubbart taking over. Mr. Pohto's classes showed an increaseg many girls began taking Mechanical Drawing and Blue' print Reading. He also had the Technical Math class which met sixth period. The Math students learned to use the slide rule and to apply their math in practical problems. Girls who enrolled in Mr. Cases shop classes found the work both helpful and inter' esting. The Machine and Motors class and the Code class were in great demand. The instructors were Mr. Whiteside and Mr. Sharrock, respectively. The importance of good health was not over shadowed by these classes. The Physical Education classes under the guidance of Mr. Swackhammer and Miss Gill were very warfminded. Mr. Swackf hammer realized that corrective and improvement exercises were needed by the boys, especially those who were planning on entering the Armed Forces. Miss Gill's program ran along the same lines except that the work was less strenuous. Last, but not least, we would like to remember those members of the faculty who coach our athletic teams. They devote many hours of their time to this work that they enjoy so much. They not only prof duce good teams but they produce good men. For the rules of fair play that athletes learn, are iuvarf iably carried with them through life. MARY CRAMPTON CLARENCE SWACKHAMER LEON ARD VOORHEES .f , Wx ,ww wg...-f' '45- ..-.NN mu. an ,VI ,aw -ax." 17" ,, .. , 4. ., , ' I 'WEP' E A,,f'Ur.x 'Sf' Q31 X 1.3 z 0 X Q V , N., SQ ...Am-.assures i,s15: ,,i?w2:QSga', .' a. ' -, Y K, V , A ..'MF' mx, X 11:51 W 255,144 ff 1943 JANUARY CLASS PRESIDENT., .,.. ,....I.,...I....TR!INIi PJTRGOCH VICE PRIfS.IDTIIIT....,..,RPIYIXIOND GIESSE SECRETPIRYU. A .. ..... , ..,...,, B ETIY XXXAITERIVIIRE TREPISURIZR .... .. ..,. A.... I HOWARD RUTH :TUNE CLASS PRESIDENT... ...,., ...,.. ,CARL EINIKIER VICE PRESIDENT. .,A, .WIAWIIQS SIVIITH SIZCITETPIRYM... .... .,.. ...RUTH IVIIIZZIO TRTXISLIRIZRW... ..... . ..I,. TLGRA CGQI4 'Twelve LUCIEN DAVIRRO ALBERT FISCHER Following m hrs brothers footsteps. M0715 MN flffflngfmfllf- Wfeotllng 2, Football 1, 2, ., , Hockey , , Baseball 1, 31 Track lg Student Coun- cil 1 2- Band 1 2 3 4' Orchestra l 3, 4, H1 Y 3, Treasurer 4, Dance Band T77 """'JQ1 ff JEROME DAYE RAYMOND GIESSE ji. "All musical people seem to be lmppyf' "lUSf 41 little Ray 0fsunsl1ine." 7 f Hi,Y 45 Prom Comnnttee 3: National Football 3, 4: Hockey 33 Baseball 3, 4: My no Honor Society 4: Annual Stag 4: Hi-Y 3, Vice - President 4: Student W Dance Band. Council 1, 3, Advisory Board 43 Na' tional Honor Society 3, 4. X i ffy ' if R .1 DORGTHY DITRICH RUSSELL HAAK l'Ahead of Schgdulell' "He expresses himself well." Friendship Club 3, 4. MERLE DONOHOE JUNE HILLIARD QPALKOJ "lust call me Mike." "Known for her Mrs." HifY 3, 43 Prom 3: Hockey 2. 3, 4: Friendship 4g Chorus 4. Football 4g Student Council 4. MARY LOU DNVQRAK PATSY IACOBACCI "Business mg,-n'5 gggrggg-ry," "Tl1e'Te'S still a'nOtl1eT C0mi11g." Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader 41 Vkfrestling 3: Basketball 1, 2: Football 2: Class VicefPrcsident. 333 1:-as-,,i ff -A X gf ,gy Page 'Tlrirteen -Em. ,V ,gen r Page Fourteen VICTOR JANEZIC "A man of few words." Ivlovie Booth I, 2, 3. 4.1 B3SCl?Hll 4- AGATHE JONASSEN "Gentlemen prefer blondes." Chorus 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Madrif gals 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 21 Red Cross 3, 4: Breeze Staff 4. DOROTHY KIRK "Ah!" Chorus 2, Friendship 2, 3. JOHN KNIFIC "All American." Band I, 23 Chorus 2, 3, 41 Basketball 3: Football 43 Baseball 3g Track 2, 3: National Honor Society 4, Quartet 2, 3, 4: HifY 4. GEORGIA MERRITT "Born with the gift of laughter." Chorus 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Madrif gals 2, 31 Red Cross 3, 4g Friendship Club 3, 43 Breeze Staff 4. ROBERT PIERCE "As witty as they come." H1fY 3, 4: National Honor Society 4: Annual Staff 4: Salutatorian 4: Class VicefPresident 4. FLORENCE RQHRER i'Small but mighty." Band 2, 31 Orchestra 1, 2g Chorus 2. HOWA RD E. ROTH "The 'moe' the merrierf' Hi'Y 3, 43 Prom Committee 3: Class Treasurer 43 Valedietorian 4: Band 1' National Honor Society 4. ANNA MAE ROYER "The bells are ringing . . . " Friendship 41 Chorus 3, 43 Clee Club 2 Mzidrigals 4, Red Cross 4. OWEN H. STRAKA "For lie's a jolly good fellow." ,IOHN TARANTINO ..Wl'Ill0llI Red, lie's blue." Baseball Z, 3, 41 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4: I'I1'Y 3, 4. BETTY WALTERMIRE "A stitch in time saves nine." Class Secretary 41 Red Cross 4: Disf :ister Corps 4. WILLIAM WEIR "God's gift to women." Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2. WILLIAM WINTERS "Music in liis soul." HifY 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 43 Student Council 1. PETER WISE "Sailing, sailing over the bounding main." Band 1, 2: Orchestra 23 Breeze Stall 3g Hockey 3, 41 Hi-Y 3, 4, NOT PICTURED GORDON BURNS "Swift as the winds he left his foes belimd him." Track 1, 2, 31 Football 1, 2g Basketball l, 2, 33 HifY 3, 4. . DANIEL GARAPIC "One of the boys." Football 1. 2: Baseball 1, 2g Student Council 2. , ALBERT R. MEDVED "Half of a good fight," Track I, 2, 3. STELLA SWECH 'Small but sweet." Friendship 4: Glec Club Z. Page Fifteen JOHN A. ADAMS "Active is his middle name." Hockey 1, 2, 3, Captain 4g Football 2, 3, 4, HifY 3, 4g Student Council 2, 3, VicefPresident 41 Disaster Corps, Chair' man 3, 4g Boys' Leaders Club 1, 23 Breeze Stall 4. LEONARDA ADAMS "Little girl with a big cheer." Friendship Club 2, 3, 4g Cheerleader 3, 4g G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 33 Megaphone Club 4. ROBERT M. AIR "Camera Fiend." Student Council 1, Annual Staff 43 Disaster Corps 3, 4. RUTH ANDERSON "An interest in Army Towns." G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 41 G. L. C. 3, Sec' retary 4, Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: PTOIU Committee 35 Chorus 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 33 Annual Staff 4. JANE ELLEN BACKSTROM "Small, but, oh my!" Friendship Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross 3, 45 G. A. C. 31 Chorus 3, Orchestra 1. VIRGINIA BAUM "The blonde bomber." Entered from Shaker Heights in Senior year. AUDREY ANN BEACHEM "A little bit of independence." my Entered from Villa Angela in Sopho- more year: Friendship Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Breeze Staff 4, Red Cross 4. I-IARRY J. BEERMAN " . . And the situation is well in hand." Entered from Wicklilfe High School in junior year: Band 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4. JERRY L. BERGEM "One of the three . . . H Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketbal' 2, 3: Dance Band 2, 3, 4g Track 3. MARILYN LOUISE BLASE "She blazed her trail." Band 1, 21 Orchestra 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 41 Friendship 3, 43 G. A. C. 2. 35 Breeze Staff 43 Annual Stai' 43 Red Cross 4. WILLIAM A. BLUEM "You can call me 'Flower' if you want to," H.-Y 4: Chorus 2, 3, 43 junior Play 3: Male Chorus: Quartet: Madrigals: Dance Band. MARY JANE BOLON "Like brother like sister." Red Cross, Secretary 3, 43 C. A. C. 2, 3, 4. ILA MAE BUELL "I wont fall out." Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 43 Red Cross, VicefPresident 3, 43 Disaster Corps 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2: Stu' dent Council 2. SALVATORE CALABRESE .. in Sal. Annual Staff 4g HifY 4: Student Coun' eil 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 4g Basketball 13 Boys' Leaders Club I. WAN DA MARIE CAWLEY "Shes cute-by George." Entered from Collinwood High School in Senior year: Friendship Club 43 An' nual Stall 4. ANTHONY CEK "Private," ANNE CHALFANT "Her words were little jars." Entered from Ashland High School in junior year: Friendship Club 3, Treas- urer 4: Band 3, 4: Chorus 4: C.A.C. 4g Annual Stall 4. ESTELLE CI-IICKNES "Ship Ahoy." Clee Club 2, 3: Friendship 3, 43 Red Cross 4: Annual Stall' 4. FLORA COOK "Sweet as a cookie." C. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 41G. L. C, 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3: Prom Committee 3: Clee Club 2, 3: National Honor Society 3, President 4: Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4g Annual Staff 4: Red Cross 3, 43 Disaster Corps 3, 4: Student Council Board 43 Chem' istry Club 43 Senior Class Treasurer 4. DON A. CRAWFORD "From the Halls of Moritezumaf' Entered from Shaker Heights High School in Senior year: HifY 4. 4? rw. 415 s ift ' . N Hr- . -Rt. -nf. . Page Seventeen R 1 ,. ,ll- , 1,1 'ef wavy- ,"'b - , X . . V, E ..,i..N.............. ,.,sw,fm5 W? Gvvhli' 1305 'Qt , Q .vt I X 'L I ' Pu L 1. Page Eighteen WILLIAM C. CRISWELL "An all round good fellow." Basketball 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 41 Track 11 Football 3: Ad Committee 2, 31 HifY Treasurer Chap. Ill 4, Prom Committee 3. EDNA DAUGHERTY "Friendly as a white picket fence." ANN DQUGLASS "I came here to talk for joe." Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Breeze Staff 31 Annual Staff 41 Prom Committee 31 junior Play 31 Red Cross 3, 4. YARMEN DUCO Many a genius has been small in height??" National Honor Society 41 Hi'Y 3, 41 Annual Staff 41 Student Council 41 Chorus 31 Disaster Corps 3, 4: Prom Committee- 3: Boys' Leaders Club 2. RUTH DUGAN "Remote as a portrait." Entered from Collinwood High School in junior yearg Red Cross 41 Friendship Club 4. MARGARET L. EHRENFELD 'LShe's airfmindedf' 'National Honor Society 41 G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 41 Band 2, 3, 41 G. L. C. 3, 41 Qrchestra 2, 41 Chorus 1: Junior Play 3: Senior Play 41 Prom Committee 31 An- nual Stalf 41 Breeze Staff 31 Friendship Club 3, 4. CARL ENKLER "By the cigar he smokes you shall know the texture of a rnan's soulf' HifY Treasurer Chap. I 3, 41 Wrestf ling 2, 31 Basketball 41 Student Coun- cil Treasurer 41 National Honor So' ciety 3, 41 Ad Committee 2, 3, 41 Class President 3, 4. WALLACE JOHN FERRANTE "A friend of Mr. Bell." Entered from Collinwood High School in Junior yearg Basketball 31 Hi-Y 4. MARGARET FINNERTY "XVhat do you mean?" Friendship Club 2, 3, Secretary 4: G. A. C. 1, Z, 3, 41 Red Cross 31 Disaster Corps 3, 41 Class Treasurer 31 Chorus Z: Breeze Stall' 3, 41 Annual Staff 4. JESSIE FISCHER "For every why she has a wherefor G. L. C. 3, 4: National Honor Society 41 G. A. C. l,'2, 3, 41 Friendship 3, 41 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 41 Band 2, 3. LAWRENCE FUERST . . . and last. FRANCIS M. CARA "Heaven lies about in his irifaricx' Entered from St. Ignatius in Sophof more year: Basketball 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Wrestling 3: I'Ii'Y 3, 4: Ad Committee 3, 4. DANIEL R. CIBBCNS "Slow but suref' Hi,Y 3, 4: Fuotball 2, 3, Annual Staff 4. MARIE GIBBQNS 'Queenien Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Student Counf cil 33 Advisory Board 4, G. L. C. 43 G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4g Chorus 1, National Honor Society 4: Football Queen 4, RITA GIBBONS "Hail, Hail the gangs all here!" Friendship 2, 3, 4, Annual Stall 4: Stu' dent Council lg Girls' Glee Club 2, 3g C. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, Prom Committee 3: junior Play 33 Senior Play 4. ELIZABETH ANN COLE "What's her goal?" Friendship Club 3, 4g Red Cross 43 Student Council 2: Annual Statl 4: Cleen Club 2, 3. PAUL CREVE "For him they grieve' HifY 3, 4: Junior Play 3. CARITA HARRELL "He's my boy. Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: G. L. C. 3, 4: G A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Megaphone Club 4: Chorus 2, 3. MARY LOUISE HAVEN "Her voice curled with curiosity." G. A. C. 2, 3, 4: G. I.. C. 2, 3, Pres' ident 43 National Honor Society 4: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4, Ad Committee 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Annual Editor 4: Prom Committee 35 Glee Club 2: Breeze Staff 3, 43 Disaster Corps 3, 4: Girls' Sextet 4. JANE HAWKS "Freckled as a tiger li-ly." Ad Committee 1, Z, 3, Secretary 43 Student Council 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, Vice'President 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 43 Chorus 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 33 Annual Staff, Subscrip- tion Manager 4: G. L. C. 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA JEAN HAYES "Shes got a rep for being hepf' Friendship 2, 3, 4: G. L. C. 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. I, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 2, 3. 41 President, Megaphone Club 4: Mod' ern Dance 2: Annual Staff 4: Junior Play 3: Chorus I, 2, 3, 4. MYNA HEALEY "High cost of leaving." G. L. C. 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2. 3: Madri' gals 3: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Sextet 4: Breeze Staff 3, 4. RUTH ANN HILL "Gene with the light brown hair." Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1: Band 1: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: National For' ensic League 3, 4: Debate Club 3, 4: Breeze Staff 3, Editor 4: G. L. C. 4: G. A .C. 2, 3, 4. RCBERT JOSEPH HUG "It's all in the name." Entered from Cathedral Latin High School in Sophomore year: Chorus 2, 3: HifY 3, 4: Junior Play 3: Hockey 4.- CYNTHIA HUGGINS "Not a care in the world." Modern Dance 2: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4: Friendship Club Z, 3, 41 Student Counf cil 21 Prom Committee 3: Breen' Staff 4: Chorus 2, 3. JEANNE M. JENKINS "Just call her Hayseedf' Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 3, 4: Breeze Staff 3, 4: Annual Stall 4: Chor- us 3, 4. ROBERT JENKINS "I may clo something sensational yet." HifY 4: Basketball 3, 4: Breeze Stag 4: Senior Play 4. ERNEST JEROME i , ......,..,....-.........-.Q-Q. , W. if pil! ...lf ff ',:. J F cf r . "Dark eyes." F 3 HifY 3, 4: Annual Staff 4. WARREN JEVNIKAR "Everybody likes him." Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3 ,4: Baseball 1, 3: Hi-Y 3, President 4: Breeze Staff 3, 4: National Honor So' ciety 4. MARGARET M. KAZMAREK "lt pays to advertise." Friendship 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 3, 4: G. L, C. 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Breeze 3, Advertising Manager 4: Annual Stall Advertising Manager 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Disaster Corps 3, 4. f 3' GLEN C- KERNEY BETTY JANE KNIPPER HH55 GIWUYS df - ' - H "When Johnny comes marching." Hi-Y 4. Entered from John Adams in Junior BETTY JANE KISTHARDT "I have a career." Red Cross Club 45 Chorus 35 Dramatics 3, 4. JOHN GEORGE KLEIN "As Fuddy as ever." Breeze Staff 45 Football 3, 45 HifY RCNALD E. KLEIN "Tall, blonde, and handsome." Band 15 Chorus 35 Fencing 1, 2. HARRY ERNEST KNAUS 'AA Herculean build." Football 3, 4: Baseball 1, 45 Tra Basketball 1, 45 HifY 2, 3, 4. 3, ck year: Friendship 3, 43 Red Cross 45 Glee Club 3, 4. S we - W ,awww me .--1:-manner 72 JEAN ELAINE KUEBLER "J. A. to J. K." Friendship Club 2, 3, 45 G. L. C. 3, 4: G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Annual Staff 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Breeze Staff 3, 4: Disaster Corps 3. Friendship Club 45 Red Cross 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2. NAOMI RUTH LAVO "A dainty demure girl." Friendship Club 45 Red Cross 3, 45 Glec Club 3. ANNA LEBET "Third finger, left hand." "F"'D X X FLORENCE L. LONGO "She's cute- Entered from Collinwood High School in Junior yearg Friendship club 45 Red Cross 4. W1 Page 'Twentyfone ' .. ,. ? . ,, A 3 " VM1'WFffZ I-35fAIl'fWf'. '. X -A-----..-......,.-.u--4-...-. -rw,-.,n.,.,.n a l-.. Page Twentyftwo DORA JANE LUIKART "With her its no sooner done than said." Drama Club President lg Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Breeze Staff 3, 43 Cheer' leader 2, 3, 43 Megaphone Club 4: Stu' dent Council 43 Disaster Corps 33 Chorf us 1, 2, 33 Annual Staff 4g G. L. C. 3, 4. Quill and Scroll Senigr Pray LOYAL LUIKART "Little skipper." Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1: Basketball 2: Hockey 3, 43 Hi'Y 3, 43 Madrigals 33 Football 2, 33 Dance Band 2, 3, 4. EDWINA C. LYNCH "A shy face is better than a forward heart." Friendship Club 43 Annual Staff 43 Red Cross 43 G, A. C. 2, 3, 4: Breeze Staff 3. MARIE MASITT "A petite little miss." Chorus 1, 23 Friendship Club 3. THCMAS MAZICH "One more and your kicked out." Student Council 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4: HifY 3, Treasurer 43 Jun' ior Play 33 Senior Play 4: Ad Commit' tee 2, 3, 43 Prom Committee 3: Annual Business Manager 4: Disaster Corps 3, 43 Wrestling Manager 3. National For C995 League 43 Student Council Board l, 2, 3, 49 Quill and Scroll 4. it FRED MEDVED 'Tm just as big for me as you are for you." Baseball 1, 2, 33 Basketball 1, 2: Foot' ball 2, 3, 4: HifY 3. FRANCES E. MEKINDA "To her. work was a pleasure." G. A. C.: Girls' Glee Club 2: Friend' ship Club 3, 4: Breeze Staff 33 Chorus 3, 4: Annual Staff 4. JOAN s. METZ "This world belongs to the energetic." Friendship Club 2, 3g President 43 G. L. C. 2, Secretary 3, 4: G. A. C. 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 43 Breeze Staff 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 43 Orchestra 23 National Honor Society 4. ELEANCR MIDDLETON "She fell a victim to cupicl's dart." Entered from Franklin High School in Junior year3 Friendship Club 3, 4: G. A. C. 43 National Honor Society 4: Annual Staff 43 Girls' Sextet 4. HARVEY MLACHAK "An answer to every accusation." HifY 4: Ad Committee 2, 33 Wrestling 2, 33 Boys' Leaders Club 3, 4. MARY LEE MCORE With a heart that-Y mgll0w.', Chorus 2, Debate Club 3, 4,-Ad Com' mittee 4, National Forensic League 3, 4, G. A. C. 2, 3, 4, G. L. C. 3, 4: Friendship Club 2, 3, 4. RUTH MUZZIO "A miss is as good as a smile." Entered from Myron T. Herrick School in Sophomore year, Friendship Club 3, Social Chairman 4, Red Cross 3, 4, Prom Chairman 3, Breeze Staff 4, Dis' aster Corps 3, 4, Class Secretary 4. NEAL J. NELSON "A mari of action, not words." Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, Captain 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, 'lrack 1, Hockey 1, HifY 3, President Chap. HI 4, Prom Committee 3. DOLORES QSBRANOVIC "Little Del." Fencing Club 1, Drum Majorette 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3, Friendship Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4, Chorus 1. RICHARD C. O'BRIEN "Unconsciously in trouble." HifY 4. ELLA MAE OERGEL "As she goes rolling along." Friendship Club 3, 4, Red Cross 3: Disaster Corps 3, 4. MARGARET S. OGILVIE "Oh! Maggie." Entered from Willoughby Union High School in junior year, Chorus 3, 4: Red Cross 4, Friendship Club 4. DOROTHY MAE PERME "Lucky Chucky." Friendship Club 3, 4, G. L. C. 3, 4: Red Cross 3, Disaster Corps 3, 4. GEORGE JOHN EDOLSDORF "His eyebrows whistled as she walked byf' Entered from West Tech High School in junior year, Hi'Y 3, 4. DIANA POPOVIC "Our bet for a millionaire." Friendship Club 2, 3, 4: Red Cross 3, 4, Annual Staff 4. is . .....1...l-,.-.-- .. 5 . 'Page Twentyjthree Q 23 in , es? ' is . -Ng p ...wwf +A 1 - ...W - I 11' . 4 'Z ji !'."?P ' A Q ltr'-, 9,51 ,ALJ-iw: A ,- Vw. H. 1- ff' 1' 11115, girls. , 9,0 as iff. fy-1, ,',s,',' a ft. af ,- . y 5 ,Q lv.. Z V ,L ,I , . ,A ' .YM I 4 Page Twentyffom EDWARD O. RAUCHFLEISCH "Such 'rare ambition is seldom found." National Honor Society 3, 4g National Forensic League 3, 4: HifY 3, 4. DONALD RAYBUCK "What a jine, tailored man." Football 2g Wrestling 23 Track 1, 2, 33 Student Council 2, 35 junior Play 3g HifY 3, 4. EDWARD RAPASKY "A strong, silent type." Football 3, 4. VIRGINIA RITCHINGS "The truest politeness comes out of sincerityf, Entered from Collinwood High School in Sophomore yearg Ad Committee 3, 44 Student Council 3g Advisory Board 43 Social Chairman 33 Friendship Club 2, 3, Program Chairman 4: Red Cross 3: Chorus 1, 2g Prom Committee 3. ELIZABETH ROSA "Sho're's Hvst letter girl." Red Cross 44 Friendship Club 3, 4 Movies 2, 3. LUIS JEANNE SI-,IFE DAVID L. STANFORD Gabby My day. Friendship Club 2 3 4 Red Cross3 HIY 3, 4. Ad Committee 1, 2, 3g G A C 1 Disas HOCICCY 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1. AUDREY JANE SMELTZ ILEEN STEVENSON An angel of mercy "Something new has been added to the Whirlo Club 2 Friendship 3 Rd Class., Cf055 3 Pfesldent 4 Disaster Corps Efltefed II'OI'I1 GICITVIIIC School III Senior year. JAMES SMITH RICHARD C. STRAIN Ma e hasfg Slgwly 'S6'fld it 'Uitl pigeonsfl Wrestling 2, 3, HifY 3, 4, Breeze Stall 4. DARL CLAYTON SUTTON "He came, we saw, we liked." Entered from East Tech High School in Senior year. JOHN ROBERT TELICH "I have loved many." Chorus 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Band lg Student Council lg Annual Staff 4: Football 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4g Dance Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Male Quartet 3, 4, Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Coflvianagerg Breeze Staff 3, 4. 4 S fl , 7, 'ry .f L 1 . X z X! V 'fi N fe S f 1 , ve W a 'Jiffy fxz.-4 . Ss 'V' , ,gif A ff. V ,115 Page Twentyfsix IAMES MERRITT TOMPKINS "Both jim's are buddies." Entered from Collinwood High School in Senior year, HifY 4. JANET IRENE TOWN "Let's play bingo." G. A. C. l, 2, 3, 4: G. L. C. 2, 3, 43 Friendship Club 2: Treasurer 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Annual Staff 4g Chorus 2, 3, 4, Ad Committee 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, Secretary, Ad- visory Board 3, 4, Glee Club 3. LOIS GRACE UPDEGRAFF "Hair I am." Friendship Club 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 3, 4g Prom Committee 3, Swing Band 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4. TONY VRH "Authority on sports." Track 4. RICHARD WEBER "With eyes that smile." Hi'Y 3, 43 Ad Committee 2: Chorus 2, 3. BARBARA WELLINGTON "I love a parade." Friendship Club 2, 3, Majorette 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2, 34 Junior Play 3, Breeze Staff 3. ROBERT WILCOX "Not a chip but the whole block itself." Entered from Grand River Academy in Sophomore year, Football 2, 3: Basketf ball 2, 3, 41 Prom Committee 3: Dis' aster Corps 3, 41 HifY 3, 43 Annual Staff 4: Senior Play. JANE WILDE it Names are deceiving." Chorus 1, 2, Glee Club 2, 35 Red Cross 4. EMILIE WINKLER "She knows." Chorus 2, 3, 4: G. A. C. 1, 2, Treasurf CT 3: President 4: G. L. C. 2, 3, 4: Breeze Staff 3, 4g Annual Staff 4' Friendship Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 41 Disaster Corps 3g Prom Commit' X tee 3: Chemistry Club 4: Senior Play 43 l Basketball Queen 4. LUKE WISKES "Whisk me daddy eight to the bar." HifY 3, 4g Track 3: Breeze Staff 4. 2 aw" Nm. '0- -...ai ifi -xv -A , ,,. ' Q if Y ,, i. "X H91- ' Tig? fy i 7:xl,jS,. if ul K 5:- ROBERT E. YOUNCBLOOD ELEANOR HILDA RADTKE Green is his valley. Seen but not heard. k 3' Entered from Collinwood High School HifY 3, 4g Junior Play 35 Trac in Senior year, Red Cross 4. if lv--J 11-xx sig, '. hmm, LOUISE PEARL ZENTGRAF BETTY JANE SULLIVAN ' "Pigskin parade." "Bonny as her name." ",', S' Friendship Club 2, 3: G. A. C. 29 Chor' Entered from Collinwood High School us l, 2, 3, 4. in Junior yearg Friendship Club 3, 45 , Chorus 3. V I- ,lvg Y . wx X X, X we oh gf X 1 - 1 . Y af' . f "Vi 155121 f Nr " 9 -52.3-fi-1' YY, . K' '. .W Q . 1 'iw Ta T 7 ? , , LUCILLE ZGONC JEAN SUTQRIUS A wizard at shorthand. "q'utO1ed well' Red Cross 4g Breeze Staff 3 1 ,Entered Shore School in Senior year. NOT PICTURED EDNA DAUGHERTY RAYMOND PROSTOR "Friendly as ll white picket fence. "A flash on skates." Red Cross 3, 4. EDITH LITTLE JOE SULLIVAN "Little is the word for her." --Pmkyj Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Friendship 2,:3, 45 l Bi H G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 3, 4g HVY 3' 4' dseba Manager 3 4' Student Council 2, 3, 4g Chorus :3, 4. . Mme .fm 41" Page Twentyfseven EditorfinfCl1ief ,,,..,,, Photographic Editor .. Sports Editor ..,...., Faculty Editor Senior Editor ............. Girls Activities Editor Service Clubs Editor Music Editor ,,.......... Copy-Editor ...,.. Calendar Editor 'Typist ............ Art Work ...... Photography .,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, EDITORIAL STAFF Mary Louise Haven Flora Cook jim Smith Rita Gibbons Eleanor Middleton ......., Emilie Winkler jean Kuebler Margaret Ehrenfeld Bob Pierce .,............joan Metz Jeanne Jenkins .........Jerry Daye, Carmen Duco, Ann Chalfant Telich, Bob Air Sponsors and Advisors ,...,.., ,,,,,,,e M r, Angene, Mr. Vaughn, Mr. Farquhar, Mr. Hinch Business Manager .... Subscription Manager .. Advertising Manager BUSINESS STAFF Thomas Mazick ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, jane Hawks Margaret Kazmarek A5S15fG71fS ........................ Frances Mekinda, Estelle Chicknes, Betty Gole, Bob Wilcox, Ernest Jerome, janet Town, Marie Gibbons, Peggy Finnerty, Salvatore Calabrese, Ila Mae Buell, Pat Hayes, Dan Gibbons, Marilyn Blase, Diana Popovic, Edwina Lynch. Wa n My M 1 5 Z aff ,f W9- .-., ,., 3 "44Q""' 'sw 'an ww W4 -:qgnf 'Z' "Sv-' Prime clvhivfv UN ORS Larry Auckland Norman Brandt Torn Burns Bill Brown Florence Cerbin Eileen Clifford Christine Curto Robert Cywinski Kathleen Everett Dolores Fondran Martha Hauser Walter Hill john Hollylield Franklin Hopton Adrian Keefe Richard Kleve john Kerr Marie Masitt La Verne Murphy Gordon Netschke Jose ph Paolino Ailleen Polcar Raymond Prostor Den Schaub Rita Schroeder Robert Smith Joe Sullivan ljean Wade Jack Whitcomb Margaret Young Caroline Blakely Barbara Blumer Bob Bosworth Elwyn Brace joseph Cestarich Josephine Christopher Dorothy Cimperman Mark Daniels Barbara Day Donna Daye Ken Decker Louise DiSanto Margaret Dressler Richard Ely Marjorie Farrell Edith Fischer Edward Flammang Theodora Frank William Frissell Evelyn Funk Helen Greene 'Uribe WZ' 41 sv, , g QT' William Grossman if Q :vi Al Guthrie Adel Heinrich Audrey Henn Tom Herrick Dorothy Heuser Robert Himes Paul Hommel Marjorie Hopson 35" fl. 36- wf. , - WI. 'IGI i pf -EQ: , NX L4 v ITUNIORS i Donald Howell Bruce Huston Hanna Johnson Marilyn Johnson Margery Kirchner Ray Kollar Rollin Kollie Robert Kozan Dorothy Lakan Thomas Langa Dorothy Lesser Polly Matteo Ruth McMaster Jeanne Meyers Roy Miller Tom Miller Tom Moore Robert Niccum Dorothy Nowicki Shirley Olson Robert Palko Wilma Pierce Genevieve Potts Virginia Protz William Read Dorothy Rhoades Dorris Rhodes Barbara Sanner Dorothy Schmitt Lillian Shimrock Jeanne Shumway Joyce Simon Arthur Smith Blanche Spangler Frank Spino Jane Stevko Dorothy Stoiber Lois Jane Stone John Strauss Jean Sunagel William Switaj Donald Theuer Bette Urankar Lloyd Vandervoort Dorothy Vessel Bob Wach Dorothy Wentling Rita Wessel Lois Wilhelm Russell Wilk Ada Winters Jack Walsh Harry Wise Mary Ann Zepka Andrew Ziegler EA L im, K, Edmund Diemer Franklin Zoellar June Winzer 4. . X It ' S 325' H 5 4 2 v rr fied? ' 2. 1' , ,. , L , X W M Wi c 2' Sli f' t , K' .fi Ss 1 . 49' X sa? 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A f A SOPHOVIORES Pat Anderson Walter Arunski Norma Birch Norma Cassidy joseph Chidley Lois Crockett Kenneth Daniels jack D'Arcy John DeBenedictis Elaine Deluga Cecil Easter Alan Enkler Fred Erthal jean Hendrickson jack Henrickson Dorothy Hogan Keith Hulsrnan Dolores Ischay Ciril Jevec Herbert Kaley Dick Kraince Edwin Lamb Doris Lewis jack Little Lois Maldovan Wylda McVeen Margaret Merrills Mary Mlakar Ruth Reed Donald Teske Wade Allen joseph Baglione Paul Barclay Carl Barile Bee Bartlett Charles Bastick Wallace Beerman Alfred Berthold Nancy Bloss june Bollenbocker Corrine Bowersox Russell Brandt Ralph Branovic Patsy Bundy Eva Calabrese Frank Celizic Martha Chalfant Phyllis Clasen Doris Conlin Fred Cook Bill Crawford Irving Diemer Wilbur Eggert Carl Ely Edward Fisher Mary Lou Foreste Marilyn Gardner Carol Geddes Gertrude Gordon Frank Gienger AW' james Gorlca f . mix' ,Xl NL? mi? dsx SGPHOIVIGRE Albert Peterson PCSEY Hiliik Lillian Pozar Ruth Haberacker Blanche Prior leanne Richards Robert Hanley Shirley Ritter Verna Harrison Chester Rojeck Gerhard Hauser Dudley Rolla Robert Hawley Frances ROOPG John Hrabak Dorothy Samuel Rose Mary janezic Ray Sanders Bafbafa .lHl'10V3C Beatrice Schied Donald Jensen Harry Schutt Ralston Jones William Shafer jack julyan Bruce Sherman Edward Kalman Rae Sherrer Alice Ketcham Betty Sill Lois Klotz Dorothy Slokar Marie Kordic Thomas Stanford Gloria Krieg Andrew Stewart Norma Longo Donald Stibich Santo M3l0H6 Glenn Stockhaus Judith Mayer William Strauss Agnes Mazick William Stopar Rohert McRae Rav Tiber William Medved Tom Wells Carl Merchant Dgmthy Weston Clyde Middleton Bettie Von Hof Sally Nelson Marilyn Niebes Roger Votypka Rita Otters Evelyn Zawada Nick Percio Kathryn Zaman 335' ips x ff ' K L 1761 2. mi' 452 'FR6' Q6 swf' W9 vgkxf- 1 'ir is ,. ' 4 l fi 'lx v- Page Tliirtyfthree MJ' Q51 Wm -'KW' are Page Thirtyffour W? -' 9 SGPHGVIORES Betty Abromovic Dan Alexander Phil Anderson Virginia Baraga Joseph Barresi Bob Bartlett Clyde Berndsen Evelyn Bozic Andrey Browett Frances Cipriano Betty Clover Joan Conly Pat Conway Hubert Cornelison Bernard Coski Tom Cox Florence DeBenedictis John Dragonic Robert Ehlert Carrie Enbase Mary Frabotto Wally Gallop William Grau Charles Grossman Hartill Hahn Bill Hansen Melvin Hassett Patsy Hawks Lorraine Herman Bud Heyne Gerald Hough Brian Howald Lorelei Ischay Mary Kapudja Mary Karlovic Frank Koracin Regina Kuscher Alice Laravvay Julius Lebet Mary Ellen Love Joyce Lowrie Louis Massitto Anne Mattmueller James Myers Ruby Nelson Arthur Nevar Laura Oergel Nick Parziale Janet Rae Patsy Rapp George Reading James Reed Dick Reeher Josephine Robich Christina Rosa Millie Ruzick Barbara Sankey Grace Schaefer Virginia Sperl Earnest Strahosky Q. cyl? an '35 fv- '56- -8 yr 'M' 1-an-1 mga wav- 'Wil' Ea C, FRIESHMEN Q-"Mm l i. i 5'-i 'T' 'AWS 'W 3,3 Betty Sumner Annette Syracuse Jerry Tarantino jean Trivison Lillian Ulle Mary Urankar Marion Vana joe Vihtelic Lois Vogelsang Mary Wellington Robert Werts Robert White jerry Ackley Carl Akers Carol Anderson Elfrieda Auer Margaret Bailey Andrew Bazso james Becht Annabelle Berg Bob Bitzer James Boyle Mathew Braidech William Bubnis Dorothy Burke Stanley Campbell june Carlgren Mary Clifford Patricia Cole Arthur Connelly Robert Curry 'Tom Drach Robert Easter Tom Estad Aline Ettenger june Fanta james Ferro Gail Fitzpatrick Vkfinifred Fitzpatrick Nancy Fix Charles Fox Louise Ganner Ralph Garrett Charles George LeRoy Giampoli Josephine Gietano jean Glesk Robert Gorg Al Greene George Hale Yetta Hansen jack Harrell james Hartman Leola Henry Bonnie Hill james Himes Kent Hooker Marion Hrabak Louis Huttman Audrey Jerome Y N. K , ,,. ,, . 1 ,Ml L., , N -, . . . Ni, if mf, IQ f' N af Q ' W . 1 ' I vuirv 'Y F y . ,J 1- Q '98 l f ww, f'- Alk 'Qu me 5149 WV? Af?- fb ,,'1'-3-r"5'-' X-,gf fit. 'W 1 'W K N. .- an gr- eg sv :-. I Page 'Thirtyfflve FRESHNEN Jean Kelly Mary Kilkenny Winifred Kilkenny Martha Kingsley Roger Kirschnick Stanley Kollar Claire Kolovich William Koshko Norman Kozan Frank Krenc Alva La Chance Dick Lanese Patricia Lavo Christine Loos Roger Loos Joseph Mailander james McKee Shirley McQuown Anne Meder Walter Merchant Dorothy Morgan Donna Morris Kathleen Newton Ronald Nickels jack Odell james Ogilvie Mary Lou Otters Fred Parziale Nick Passerallo Norma Platz Ruth Pierce Natalie Potter 'Tom Ramona Gloria Raymond Dorothy Read Rosemarie Riley Wni. Ritchings Walter Roberts Dorothy Rojeck Peggy Ropes Rosemary Sai Ed Saywell Donald Schutt Larry Shebanek Stella Slokar Pat Sperl Anne Sprinzl Florence Starina Paul Stegkamper Harold Stoddard Barbara Stone Henry Stopar Bob Stroup Pat Teller Betty Votypka Henry Wagner Bill Walker Angie Waterxwash Bill Wayles Judith Wilkinson A 5? f A-A-lrfffx , -, -xv X i MSE Sa. JV fi? V' Ni sv' rr I.. araavf as 'Sl' 51- WN SEPT. B SCI-IOOL STARTS BAND This year the band made dehnite strides forward under the excellent directorship of Mr. Dale Harper and his assistant, Mr. Mitchell. During the football season, the marching band could be seen daily, marching up and down the athletic field preparing their really outstanding formations. x The Drum Majorettes, under the able leadership of Barbara Wellington, worked hard and added an important touch of color and pep. Page Thirtyfeight SEPT, no GORMAN BOQSTER ENROLLS Cl-IOI It was under the leadership of Mr. John Beck. During the three years that Mr. Beck has been at Shore, the chorus has taken decided steps forward and is now an out' standing organization. ORCHESTRA The orchestra this year was an excellent organization in spite of its small size. Mr. Harper is working for the future of this group by encouraging youthful talent. The orchestra made its first public appearance at the midfyear commencement. Page Tliivtyfnine SEPT. 25 VICTORY AT GARFIELD I9 -7 NATIONAL I-IONOQ SOCIETY The National Honor Society is a nationfwide organization. Each year students are selected from the junior and Senior class for membership in this society. These students must be in the upper third of their class scholastically, be leaders not only in their own group but throughout the school, be of good character and of some service to their school and community. i.lJ.lJ.i ,J,l,.J'J' i J X x f Y Yr K I , 1 -J Page Forty SEPT. I8 WE WTN AT ASI-ITABULA HARBOR G 1 Q 'N The League has a membership limit of 500 chapters and every three years a chapter must submit its application for continued membership. There are four degrees of membership and the points must be obtained in com' petitive speech contests. -qu vw sl tzsif-I NATIONAL QUILI. AND SCROLL Another honorary society is the Quill and Scroll. This international organization represents the journalism Helds. Members of the society are recognized for their effort and ability in doing some sort of journalistic work. Not every journalist can qualify for membership. A student must stand in the upper third of his class scholastically and should also have done some superior work either on the business or editorial staff of the Breeze or Log. Page Fortyaone SEPT. 29 HI-Y FQQMAL INITIATION STUDENT COUNC ll. The Student Council has always been known for its willing cooperation in all affairs sponsored by the school. It deserves worthy mention of its hard work and many achievements during the past year. The success of the annual Community Chest Drive was largely due to the prof motion given it by the Student Council. Shores contribution this year was well over S7002 exceeding last year's goal by 55200. l ADVISORY BOARD 0CT.l SHORE Nl-NDS MAYFIELD 27-0 TOP ROW: F. Cara, Baglione, D. Theuer, B. Hansen, Smith, C. Enkler, T. Mazick, I. Dragonic, A. Enkler. SECOND ROW: Hendrickson, D. Hogan, M. L. Haven, A. Heinrick, H. johnson, M. John- son, C. Geddes, I, Hawks, Mr. Spangler. BOTTOM ROW: D. Pergler, I, Town, R. Haberacker, M. Niebes, E. Schuler, I. Meyers, V. Ritchings, M. Hauser, A. Berthold. AD COMMITTEE The most dependable organization in the school is known as the Ad Committee. It is the duty of the committee to promote the sale of tickets to all events sponsored by and taking place within the school. The committee sees that the programs are run smoothly and properly. Committe members are taught how to usher correctly, collect tickets, and sell refreshments. It is also their duty to see that events' are widely pubf licized and that posters for games and other events are placed where they will boost sales. The committee has been greatly aided by the helpful supervision of Mr. Spangler. Page Fortyfthree OCT. 2 I-II-Y FOCTBALI. VICTORY DANCE ' an ,nag ,fm 4'9" 'W -rw. 'sf 'W' TOP ROW: R. Gibbons, B. Air, Telich, Smith, jenkins. SECOND ROW: C. Duco, E. Winkler, I. Kuebler, J. Metz, M, Haven. BOTTOM ROW: F. Cook, D. Luikart, E. Middleton, M. Ehrenfeld, A. Chalfant. ANNU M EDITORIAL STAFF The tired expressions on the ahove faces is due to the hard work and sleepless nights the editorial staff spent on the Annual this year. The staff consists of artists, editorial writers, copy readers, typists and photogf raphers. Each had an important job to do and has done it to the best of his ahility. The entire staff, and especially the editor, would like to take this opportunity to extend our thanks to Mr. Angene, Mr. Hinch, and Mr. Vaughn for their untiring advice and assistance in helping to make this annual a success. Not pictured are jerry Daye and Boh Pierce who have joined our country's armed forces. The staff hopes that their work will meet with your approval hut if not, consult the coming senior class and leave us to rest in peace! I l V I l 1. OCT.9 UE DEFEAT MAPLE I-IEIGI-ITS! '57 5 TOP ROW: A. Douglass, D. Popovic, E. Chicknes, I. Buell, B. Gole. SECOND ROW: M. Finnerty, E. Jerome, B. Wilcox, S. Calabrese, D. Gibbons, E. Lynch. THIRD ROW: R. Anderson, F. Mekinda, M. Blase, J. Town, M. Gibbons. BOTTOM ROW: I. Hawks, T. Mazick, P. Hayes, Mr. Farquhar, M. Kazmarek. ANNUAL BUSINESS STAFF The Business Staff has been largely responsible for the success of this year's Annual. Besides selling a record number of subscriptions, they took charge of selling ads and conscripting boosters. This year every member has gone "all out" for the Annual. We feel that we have done our best and we hope that future Business Staff members will follow in our footsteps. L-I AEE T21 1' 7' 'T rf. D. Page Forty 'five .. .wwfx-m-awk!" . sf 2 f 0 ' 1 fxffg A 5 ,af ..--f ..,. ., , , Page Fortyfsix it Mr. Vaughn, W'arren Jevnikar, and Ruth Ann Hill, discussing page layout Fred Medved interviewing Mr. C. Swackhammer. joan Metz and Jeanne jenkins typing. George Polsdorf and Dave Stanford taking type t Neal Nelson explains to linotype operator. Setting late news and type. Bill Brown and John Telich distributing Breezes. Reading the Breeze. ir, f. W , 'ig ..... Z4 ,fgmwmws-41-i Q M 4 , -ef-, ,I 4 'QU jf B' fr !vs't"1g' .. N. o printers. 'eff f CT. ZI ASSEMBLY ON 3 MILL LEVY 9 M..- ,. RED CROSS ISASTER CORPS TOP ROW: I. Adams, E. Daugherty, R. Wilcox. D. Theuer, T. Mazick, I. Smith, R. Air. SECOND ROW: M. Kazmarek, C. Duco. B. Clover. B. Hmmm, M. Haven, E. Schuler. BOTTOM ROW: L. Slife, F. Cook, I. Buell. M. Finncrty. D. Luikmt, R, IN1u::io. Page Fortyseuen 0CT.l6 ADMIRA S TRGUNCE LIDNS 'x ll ,Mp fm On a story of the tribulations of the Fuller family: "George Washington Slept Here" is daughter Madge, who crave a little place in Newton, his wife Annabelle, and their troubles may be summed up as a search for the country 'lto call their own," Their owns not only the brook but the very road water, a quarrel with a neighbor who which leads from the highway to the house, the attempted elopement of the daughter with a summer theatre actor, and an invasion of weekfend guests including a prodigal uncle who is thought to be rich In the end it is discovered that the neighbor really doesn't own Newton's road, and that Newton's wife who began by showing disgust at her husbands idiocy in wanting to live in the country decides that he was right all along. The play, given under the direction of Mr. Baumer, was a huge success. Newton Fuller ..........,......... Tom Mazick Annabelle .,,,,.,,r.,,., Barbara Welli11gtOn Mr. Kimber Bob Hug Madge Fuller ............ Dora Jane Luikart Steve Eldridge .................... Dan Gibbons Mrs. Douglas .......... Betty jane Kisthardt Clayton Evans ...... ........ W arren Jevnikar Rena Leslie .i................ Mary Lee Moore Page Fortyfeight Katie ..,...,..... Hester ............. Raymond ......... Leonarda Adams Pat Hayes .. ...... Carmen Duco Uncle Stanley ......... ........ B ob Wilcox Leggett Frazer... Enkler Tommy Hughes .................... Bob Jenkins Sue Barrington.. Genevieve Potts Miss Wilcox ....... ........ M arg? YOUI1g Mr. Prescott ....... ........ P aul GIBVS 0CT.l'5 JILL EDWARDS AT ASSEMBL JUNIOR PLAY The play "Night of january l6th" is an extraordinary court room drama in which the jury is chosen from the audience and must make a decision. There are two short endings, one for a verdict of "guilty" and one for "not guilty". Not even the actors know how it ends until the verdict is iven Th l lf g a . e p ay itse is made up of theltestimonies of the many witnesses, the defendant and the prosecutor. The jury's decision depended on the way the district attorney, the defense attorney, and the witnesses played their parts. The jury, after a consultation pronounced Karen Andre, the defendant, guilty. The cast, under the direction of Mr. A 1 dd 'r ' ' characters. Prison Matron .................. Louise DiS21nfO Bailiff ...,.....,...,..., ....... N orman Brandt judge Heath ,.,,.......,.... Franklin Hopton D, A. Flint ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Lloyd Vandervoort His Secretary. Def. Art. Steve .,,,,,....,.,....Adele Heinrich ns ,,.,,,,, ,....,., B ruce Huston His Secretary .,........,..... Blanche Spangler Clerk of the Court ............ Adrian Keefe Karen Andre ,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,, Marilyn johnson Dr. Kirtland ........,................, Don Howell Mrs. John Hutchings ..., Marjorie Hopson ngene, 1 an excellent job of portraying the Homer Van Fleet ...........,.. Albert Guthrie Elmer Sweeney .....................v..., Bill Bluem Nancy Lee Faulkner ............ Audrey Hellll Magda Svenson. ,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,Dorothy Lesser john Graham Whitfield ,.., Donald Theucr jane Chandler ..................., Edythe Fischer Sigurd Jungquist .,,,,,,...,..... Rohert Nieeuln Larry Regan .......,,....... Ed ward Flammang Robert Van Rensselaer..Dorothy Nowicki Stenographer ,,,,.............. Margaret YOUDQ Page Forty mm nrmul X-J ++" . Q fx' . .,3gg..v N 4 'R K Jig: , N , ni... "i:'3'.'41'? 11112 f-Q., 'mx fn Q1 Hi' 1 Q 'E-5:21 f Kal 'fl ,Q xml , alt. x :XL N..-V 1. A ',2.dg.!.A!f' vm S N Page Fiftywme OCT 23 BRUSI-I YIELDS T0 SHORE I5 6 SENIOR FRIENDSHIP To every 10th, 11th, and 12th grade girl a membership in the Friendship cluh is to be valued. Every girl idedicates herself to the ideals and principles for which the club stands. "To Find and Give the Bestv is our motto and each Friendship girl does just that. The main events of the year are the Christmas and Spring Formals. The Christmas Formal, this year, was a great success due to the cooperation of the HifY hoys and Friendship girls. The gymnasium was transformed into a delightful Christmas scene with two large Christmas trees fully decorated and lighted to add to the effect. The couples danced to the lilting refrains of an allfgirl orchestra. The Spring Formal was also a success with the gymnasium once more transformed to suit our desires. Because of the size of the cluh this year, the Friendship club divided into three main groups, Sophomores, juniors, and Seniors. The Seniors sold popcorn balls in the main corridors of the school to raise money for the Chinese relief fund while the Sophomores knitted an afghan for the Red Cross. Although the plan of the three divisions of the Friendship group was successful, the cluh still held their regular meetings on Wednesdays and continued their fine work. Page Fifty tu 0 OCT. 28 FRIENDSHII3 HALLOWEEN JUNIOR FRIENDSHIP A story of the Friendship eluh would not he complete without a word or two zihout Miss Camphell, our sponsor. Miss Campbell has heen sponsor of the Friendship girls for many years and she is loved hy all the girls. The Senior Friendship girls will miss those friendly meetings hut will earry on in the friendship spirit. 'I PQ! -Matting ,io SOR I-IOMORE FRIENDSHIP Early in April the Friendship girls, with the HifY boys staged a Carnival in the halls of the school. Fish ponds, dartfthrows, and haskethall, were just a few of the games enjoyed hy all those present. Off in a lonely corner was the fortune teller who knew all, and told all. Page Fifty fllT6C OCT. 29 VE TRIUMPH OVER BEDFORD! fx, 64 , 1 I ,' A ?l f any AE .H 'afkbx ,Q 5 3 y is -'P I -,, if K I N wr 73' i -fa ' f kr A1 A' -4, , A w e l ,- .11A,Z Q - 'IAA ' , i L E Q j 9 Q.-ml i- J ,g l , Q 4, Q. ,,lyv 11,1 I -1 Z4 ,- K fi at .2 A-A, 1 Z 'A1-, 1 HI-Y CHAPTER I The general allfaround activity of the club in swimming, bowling, and school dances was carried on with equal zeal and complimented by a very enlightening address by the Reverend Dri Mayer on "Rate Prejudice". I-ll-Y CHAPTER II This organization has contributed to the life at Shore High School in full measure and the members may be justly proud of the part they have played in thc 1942-43 school year. Page Fiftyffour . W l, 1 I n I l I 1 I OCT. '50 SCHOOL DISMISSED I-ll-Y Cl-IAPTERDI This organization is the Shore chapter of the Y.M.C.A. and this year it has done a job in keeping with the seriousness of the problems that develop with a nation at war. Each member has pledged himself to purchase at least one war savings stamp a week and has lived up to his pledge. This step, though small, is the first contribution by the members of Shores HifY who shortly anticipate a more active part in the Allied cause of victory. Keenly aware of the glorious record of former Shore students, the club presented the school with a service manas honor roll on which is inscribed the name of each Shore graduate now in uniform, The purpose of the HifY is to create and maintain throughout the school and com' munity high standards of Christian living and this year's organization has made an effort to contribute fully to the purpose for which it was founded. , c 9 K V 5 l r Q i te. ,, r ,J J f div YUAI P 16 F1At5'Aji1'8 p ug 'I 3 32 xi 4:5 it . f 5 . w 1 'f,4'a,..fX M, ffm A A ! F514 pf - 1' 2 r S j f iw 1 ' f :O 'XA !, 4 'ww .14 W f I w, m , f 1 Page Fiftysix , V U aww! 'I QA f ' , 5,3 . f 2, JH 31:5 X Y ' if . N ' W . k S' 1 , .mx . A MA wk . QQ M39 r' .Jil X N1 x'Qf'. U 4 i , 4 xy Q, ei E X 'V ' ' 5 'el 5 X , 'Z N , '1 , 4 i I r 1 V w 1 1 w X I x 4 , 9 5 A n U li F1 ff xzwwy 1 -x Y' L.. ibn as.. 4 224 my 'ww I I NOV.4 ASSEMBLY ON RATIONING. FGOTBALL TOP ROW: R. Bosworth, D. Sherman, D. Wilcox, S. Calabrese T Herriek G Netsehke SECOND ROW: D. Rolla, R. Jones, B. Hanley, Weybrecht F Celizic D Kramce THIRD ROW: Telich, B. Wach, H. Wise, F. Medved, F. Bergoch M Donohoe I Tompkm Knihc. FOURTH ROW: T. Miller, F. Gara, F. Spino, Klein, E. Rapasky H Knaus FIFTH ROW: R. Giesse, H, Walters, A. Fischer, W. jevnikar, N Nelson Adams A Ziegler Page Fiftyfeight Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore SEASON RECORD 12 19 26 20 20 13 20 39 Ashtabula Garfield Heights Mayfield Heights Maple Heights Euclid Central Brush Bedford Orange NOV.6 MARIE GIBBDNS-FOOTBALL QUEEN MANAGERS While the glories of the game go to the players there is still the man behind the scenes who does his bit. Our student man' agers have done a good job. Without fanfare or trumpets they have plugged along and kept pace with the champions. Our hats are off to Red Ryder and Doug Tercek who got in there and pitched with this year's man' agers, Walter Hill, Russell Wilk, and John Kerr. The team and school salute you! fx H"l -5-ls-'-' MM -M4-------f'ff'-f- WALT This year Mr. Schwegler, football coach for the past seven years, won his fifth conference championship and pil' oted the Admirals to their first undefeated season in the history of the school. As a token of their appreciation for his avid inf terest and untiring effort in guiding the team, the squad presented "Walt" with a trophy at the end of the year. Mr. Schwegler hails from Baldwin Wal' lace college where he won twelve varsity letters and positions on the AllfOhio foot' ball and basketball teams. Before coming to Shore he was head football coach at Shadyside High School for seven years. Page Fifty nme EP. Movie noni: wi-uns ommse 39 7' SHGRE 12 ASHTABULA HARBOR 7 The beginning ofthe Glorious year. HARRY KNAUS-Over two hundred pounds of muscle Page Sixty and with surprising speed for such a big fellow, Harry is one of the reasons for Shore's fine offense which ripped opposing lines asunder. Many a long gain by a back had a vicious block by Harry to give it a start. In the Central game he seemed to be moving one whole side of the Central line each time he put his shoulder to it. Had he realized his passfcatching ability before the last game, where he really sparkled as a receiver and open Held runner, Shore's point total would have been doubled. JOHN KNIFIC-Here is a real ideal for young Shorites to look up to and to try to imitate. Coming out for football for the first time as a senior, John was deter' mined to play on this Shore team. After the second game it became evident that here was one of the great' est of Shore ends in the making. His ability and hard work at practice not only won him a varsity berth and letter but made him a unanimous choice for the All Eastern Greater Cleveland Conference team, an honor no hrst year man from Shore had ever won before. He'll sure be missed next year, and it's too bad Uncle Sam will keep him from going on to even greater football heights. Q0 ' 41 Fil NOVA: REPORT CARDS! HENRY WALTERS-Three years as regular tackle means that Henry has had quite a football career at Shore, His size made it impossible to move him and his love of the game made him punctual at practice and a good team member. We are glad he had a chance to play on such a fine team and hope this year's record and squad will always be a happy memory of his days at Shore. If it were not for the war he would be timber for a line college team and would be picked up in a hurry. His pants as well as shoes will be hard to 611 next year and it is our hope that some underclassman will try to H11 them successfully. . W M I " '5 if 2 " .. 'Wa f- cu -' 'af X for F 9' . ,,:pt . 1., 4 'F S3 . "ii SHORE 19 GAREIELD 7 Come on Shore! The second step. EDWARD REPASKY-After three years of just playing Ed found himself and earned a starting berth on a great team. What he lacked in weight he more than made up for with his light and determination to suc' ceed. We hate to see Ed go but wish him luck in his next venture where good lighters with courage and Ile' sire to win are needed. Page Sixty-one NOV.l8 GAS RRTIONING BEGUN NEAL NELSON-As the boy's choice as leader and cap' tain, he proved his worthiness by exacting the best at all times, and giving even more than he asked others to give. Shore has had some great backlield men but none have been better than Neal. His name will long be remembered in the E. G. C. C. as one of the all' time greats. He was a unanimous choice for AllfLeague fullback and considered by many to be the outstanding player of GreaterfCleveland scholastic football. No words can say enough for the piece of work he perf formed by molding just a squad into a loyal group of champions. We hope he can play some more football before answering his country's call and know that wherever he goes the name of Shore will go with him and someone will get a really great football player. He leaves a place that will be hard to fill and an example for all Shore athletes to shoot at and copy. 4215. SHORE 20 MAPLE HEIGHTS 7 Now we"re rolling This loo s li e it WARREN JEVNIKAR-The miracle of 1942 was the change from a mediocre tackle to a center of Big Ten proportions and caliber as was produced in Red. His leadership, line-backing, and neverferring passes played a big factor in every victory. This great success was achieved the hard way through practice, hard work, and. determination to be a member of a winner before graduation. He has been well rewarded and his leader ship will be sadly missed next year. Good luck Red and we hope you get to play some more football before Uncle Sam needs you. Boys, here's an opening for 1943, who can fill it? Page Szxtyftwo ACK ADAMS For three years just a player on the NOV 20 "NlGl-IT OF JANUARY IG" Held worked more and worried more over proper plays to call and ways of fooling a defens-e than anyone ex' cept Fritz and his coach will ever know. We're sure he was repaid by the fine offensive record his work produced. As one of four fine backheld men Fritz took a second seat to none and his specialties were the best. Many a punter had a hurt look on his face as he saw Fritz return a fine punt almost to the line of scrimmage. He is now serving his country and we're sure he'll do as good for Uncle Sam as he did for Shore. Quarter' backs like this are not found easily nor can many be made. W SHORE 13 BRUSH 6 Over the humb! The ArcfLigl1ts are dim. squad, and then with an myury to Bill Grossman, Jack stepped into a guard position and through sheer guts filled the job 10005. No Shore player ever took his job more seriously and no Shore player ever had more fun than jack. Had he been on any team except ours he would have been AllfConference and the star line- man, but here he was overfshadowed by several really great football players. We wish him great success and we'll sure miss his hght, smile, and hard tackles. Page Sixtyfthree NOV. ZS Tl-IANKSGWING VACA l0N FRANK BERGOCH-One of the best allfaround athletes of Shore history turned in a great performance as a ball carrier for this year's champions. Bing could al' ways be depended upon to be in perfect physical con- dition, to do his best, and to encourage his team' mates to do their best. His choice by the coaches as an AllfLeague halfback was no fluke, but rather the result of Bing's plans working to a climax in his senior year of athletics. His brilliant runs will long be remembered and many younger Shorites will try to equal them. His leadership will be greatly missed next year and we're sure that he is now leading his group of soldiers through personality and ability as he did Shore teams. Y . F .Q acc.. f , . if SHORE 39 ORANGE 7 Our Champs! And this is the Glorious yea-rf ANDREW ZIEGLER-'Another tackle any team in Cleve' land would be glad to see returning. Andy's fight and aggressiveness made him feared by all opponents. Garf field Heights especially will be sorry to hear of his return. Another All League choice of next year and a great leader in the making for another fine team. Good luck next year Andyg we're counting on you to keep the spirit of 1942 alive for another year at Shore. Page Sixty our DECA SHORE OPENS CAGE SEASON TOM MILLER-Always the same dependable end. It's a great thing to have such a player on a team and Tom is such a coach's player. His hard work, hne de' fensive play, and love of the game will be with us next year and unless we miss our guess he will be one of the stars of another championship team. Good luck in your last campaign, Tom, and we hope you will be able to keep the spirit of the 1942 squad alive and winning. . 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Q -as i a 'zffi ' . 2 . . r if " . f uit L i m ' ,, , ,, ,.,.a,...a.,....W......,.........,a..,tH. ..'. .-.U BEDFORD 0 SHORE 20 Reaching for the sky! And it's a blue-sky! FRANK SPINO--One of four great tacklers and probably the most aggressive. His love of football made him a real threat to any team who tried to gain through his side of the line. His ight and spirit are back next year and if he can pass it on to the squad we all have hopes of another great team. He should be another Shore Great and his prospects for a great season with lots of recognition are bright. We prophesy that here is an All Eastern Greater Cleveland Conference player of 1943. 1 l X Page Sixtyffive 'DECA Sl-IDRE TROUNCES KIRTLAND RAY GIESSE-The answer to a football coach's prayer would be a good description of this fine back. Always on time, always dependable, never had a bad day and always ready and willing to listen and learn. In his quiet way he played a great part in this championship season. Although he was overshadowed by several flashy runners, he more than once showed himself their equal when they were bottled up. Ray is one of the best defensive backs to play for Shoreg being a deadly tackler and quick to diagnose the enemy's plays Shore's loss will be Uncle Sam's gain again. SHORE 20 CENTRAL They dance well at Central. JOHN KLEIN-His quiet manner is just a sham for a love of contact and a hard, rough player. Overshadf owed by three exceptional guards, john proved himself their equal, and no matter which he replaced, that spot was never weakened. Like several others he would have been the star on many teams, but we know john would not have been satisfied on any team but a Shore team and especially a Shore team like the 1942 one. We'll miss him and his plugging determination to playg no matter what or where but just that desire to play and win. Page Sixty six W- 5. .vi. ,, g ,xp lalxls ,. , 'RR I '-M-far... Wm was Un I -be M' gf ."-5 44? vii 1 '3"7'gqf5f:.: .- -il' DEC 7 NORLD NARII ENTERS 2""' YEAR his senior year to try out for the team, and although discouraged by the coaches because of his early grad' uation, he fought himself to a varsity letter. He was ever willing to learn and never needed to learn the same lesson twice. As a back he had very little ability compared to our other backs but through sheer def termination he became the No. 1 replacement. On several instances he filled in as a substitute in such exceptional style that he was left in. Like our other midfyear boys he is serving Uncle Sam and we're glad to put our country's safety in the hands of boys of his caliber of courage and desire to win. SHORE 26 MAYFIELD HEIGHTS 7 The champs have fallen. Long live the champs. ALBERT FISCHER--The most experienced player on the team and probably the most polished lineman Shore has ever had. His fine leadership and desire to win was ever evident and we can say that he is one of the big reasons for many victories. The first to practiceg the last to leaveg never letting up and always trying to improve. This brought him the unanimous vote of the coaches of the E. G. C. C. League as the outstanding lineman of 1942. If he puts the same spirit into Uncle Sam's Navy that he put into the Shore line we feel sorry for Mr. Tojo. is-'E-. kung Page Sixtyfseven 11 1 nEc.9 sow roo1BAu.s nwnnmao e.s.r.c. Q 7. V' 7' L - 5 ,wx -gat . Page Sixtyfeight 1 1 FORD L. CASE WALTER HILL BASKETBALL Great basketball teams are becoming a tradition at Shore, but this year's team surpassed the fondest expectations of its most optimistic follower. In winning their third consecutive conference title, the Admirals showed clearly their superiority by beating every conference team by at least ten points. With Frank Bergoch, Neal Nelf son, Don Sherman, Tom Miller, Warren jevnikar, and Tom Burns as a nucleus, this year's team was built, Mr. Case bringing up Bill Criswell, John Tarantino, Gordon Netschke, and Frank Spino to comprise the rest of the varsity. Coasting easily over their first two opponents, Kirtland and Willoughby, the Shore cagers hit their season's high in trouncing Lincoln to the tune of '70-30. After defeating Parma, the Admirals opened defense of their conference title at Brush. Holding the Arcflights scoreless during the first twentyftwo minutes of the game, the hoopsters were victorious by a score of 438. Euclid Central's basketball team proved no match for the sharpshooting of Shore's high-riding quintet, however a dangerous Mayfield five made the boys work to gain a hard earned 5342 victory. At midfyear the team lost the services of Tarantino, Bergoch, and jevnikar through graduation. Bob Wilcox, Andy Zeigler, and Bob Hawley were then brought up from the Reserve team to fill these vacancies on the varsity. With these changes Shore walloped Brush for the second time and then journeyed to Ashtabula to edge out the previously undefeated Ashtabula team 3580. Resuming play in the conference, the cagers took up where they left off by easily defeating Euclid Central and Mayfield. Cleveland Heights then knocked Shore from the ranks of the undefeated by conquering the home team in a hardffought, closelyfcontested battle 2521. Smarting from their first defeat, Shore walloped Wickliffe in preparing for the championship game. Maple Heights, southern division champions, then came to Shore to decide the conference championship. Striving desperately to dethrone the champions, the Mustangs battled furiously. However, they soon found that they had met their match and Shore walked off the floor still champions. I 1 1 I ll I 1 a I 1 1 1 1 il 1 ii ,1 V 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 DEC.ll SHORE-66' WILLOUGI-IB -I7 XJ 1 CJR H J if 52.1 23 5 . 13 iii.-1 fig, 1' if it ' . v M , .. . f 47" iggwf. A f .Six V. - mi, .VVQR f f . ev 'H ,.,. Total Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore Shore 59 66 70 35 45 47 53 53 35 44 58 21 66 44 691 EIS: Kirtland 32 Willoughby 17 Lincoln 30 Parma 18 Brush 8 Euclid Central 29 Mayfield 42 Brush 27 Ashtabula 3-O Euclid Central 23 Nlayfield 37 Cleveland Heights 25 Wfickliffe 18 Maple Heights 25 Opponents 361 Page S1'xtyf'n111e DE C. IB FRIENDSHIP- I-ll-Y FORMAL '-I f ,U , ' Q' J:'Hf,,ei+f'f,'w- E I f I :H wi' V ff ', ' '70 S I fm f ,, f 47 X7 ' gy 1 f 4 ff' ' '22 W Eff 1 -4? M, , if f , du ' f , tg , K M F ,, ,,, Wg ' t cy if . Q I, fm.. f s,Z?2M':fqL f 'Xia' 32, ' Q 1 KL WB? 4 , fig W1 ,V , ,aff '- ffljy ' Q- z E fw - 1 Av. VN ,, 4. ' E '16' 7iA:1?'f FRANK CBingJ BERGOCH A r F Y i , 6 X , , V 1 ' .,w.ffA-Ww4.y.W,.wmw Y N f ,, 5 ,, ' K+ f ffm . ,,,,M.w4W--W,.W..M.,I 4 Q I f , ,v.,W,,,,.7,W..4,,, 6 , ,,,,,...,,,,f,.,,gW,,,,.MM.,, 1, A V ' Z f' f . vf Y wi-wvwmx-ffm' W kg 'E "K ROBERT 4130139 HAWLEY J Y 1 . xg. , ,, 'ww W, , ,,.1,,, .,, 4.9, 0 ,,Nwg,,,N, . V ...V .W W- .vw H Y lf W wwmf V w ff' ,f A ix 2 . 1 46,7 2 gf W!! 7' f X f f Q x ,W f , I Z' f BILL CRISWELL TOM BURNS Page Seventy V, ,. f,f.fo-VWAIMQZW?-ff-'1.7,A..,.w V H M..Wx Q l if ff ff Z V f TOM MILLER -. ,pn ' x NEAL NELSON Q.,,l..W., , f 1' WARREN fRedj IEVNIKAR GORDON fGordieJ NETSCHKE I P i Q DON SHERMAN JOHN TARANTINO FRANK SPINO fm-m-m..-.m f -....--s...-Apu., ? wx '. 5' Q. 5 'Q ROBERT fBobJ WILCOX N 3 G ,, wc, , "vw XV-J A xl 1 ANDREW ZIEGLER Page Seventyfone JAN.4 SCI-IOOL STARTS! TCP RCW: C. Bastick, A. Nevar, Tarantino, E. Strahosky, C. Rojeck, Hough, P, Anderson. SECOND ROW: W. Hill, R. jones, B. jenkins, B. Sherman, F. Zoeller, B. Crawford, W. jevnikar. THIRD ROW: H. Wise, I. Cestarich, E. Flammang, D. Wilcox, B. Hanley, C. Enkler, B. Wach. RESERVES "As the Reserves go, so go the Varsity," is a saying which this year proved to be only too true. The Second team won the conference championship and lost hut one game Qto Cleveland Heights, during the entire year. The Varsity also lost their only game of the regular season to the "Tigers", The Reserve team consists largely of Sophomores and juniors who in following years will take their places on the Varsity. The experience and practice which they are now receiving will enahle them to carry on the fine record made hy the Shore teams of the past. Page Seventy-two IAN Zl SENIOR BANQUET RT CARTER CS . 4 . iff .. in UQQTH 'A TOP ROW: Miss Gill, E. Funk, D. Hogan, D. Nowicki, B. Urankar, G. Gordon, R. Haberacker, C. Geddes, L. Wilhelm, D. Stoiber, B. Sanner, A. Heinrick, D. Lesser, L. Slife. SECOND ROW: M. Ehrenfeld, M. Kazmarek, J. Town, B. Ianovac, M. Hauser, F. Cook, I. Hawks, E. Winkler, M. Gibbons, A. Henn, M. Healey. BOTTOM ROW: Fischer, Kuebler, R. Hill, D. Perme, D. Luikart, M. L. Haven, R. Anderson, P. Hayes, C. Harrell, M. L. Moore, D. Daye. GIRLS' LEADERS - CLUB Every fall a limited number of girls are elected for membership in the Girls' Leaders Club. The girls are initiated and have always taken it as good sports This is a good example of the good sportsmanship displayed by the girls of the club. These girls are leaders. At their meetings the girls learn to referee various games. They aid Miss Gill in managing gym classes and sponsoring tournaments throughout the school year. This year the Leaders Club continued the project of selling War Stamps and Bonds. At Christmas time the club sponsored a drive and sold about 36,500 worth of Bonds in two weeks. The girls have appreciated this chance to help their country. The G. A. C. is one of the oldest clubs at Shore and was established as a means for girls to earn athletic letters. The girls earn points by playing in tournaments, receiving an "A" in Physical Education, going horseback riding, hiking, or several other ways. The girls have a lot of fun, and it is quite an honor to receive a G. A. C. letter. Page Seventx rin ee . ,Q Qs il, JAN.5 SOME STUDENT ANSWER DRAFT CHU. BACK ROW: Mr. A. Vaccariello, B. Bluem, I. Bergem. CENTER ROW: B. Kozan, T. Herrick, B. Hug, Adams, B. Grossman, D. Stanford, Telich. FRONT ROW: R. Proster, T. Langa, P. Hommel, I. Smith, E. Lamb, C. Merchant. HOCKEY Opening the scholastic hockey season by tying St. Ignatius, the defending chamf p1lOns, the Admirals threatened to set a new record of the league by tying both Benedictine and Holy Name. With three consecutive ties behind them, the Shore sextet finally found the range and easily disposed of John Adams 4f1. East Tech's league' leading squad handed Shore its first setback with a thrilling 2f1 victory. After edging out Cathedral Latin 2f1, the fastfskating Admirals ended the season by swamping East High 8fO. Page Seventyffour JAN.9 Sl-IDRE BEATS PARNA 35-'IB JACK ADAMS BOB HUG A 'haw . 'MI' U 'fTfA-'-117111 5:3 X' 1-1 5?-532' BILL GROSSMAN - TCM HERRICK PAUL HOMMEL nv" i uv""" gall' buff ui' i' V---r und" EDWARD LAMB BOB KOZAN Page Seventyffve JAN. I3 NATIONAL I-IDNOR LOYAI LUIKART TOM LANGA 'lib-iw. RAY PROSTER 'in' JIM SMJTH Page Seventyfsix DAVE STANFORD INITIATES -..-55 'Z CARL MERCHANT ...vi ,-if L'i3Ai- Ill-JL.-1. "'9""" JOHN TELICH JANA5 snonn wms oven anus:-I 45'- TOP ROW: P. Hayes, B. Sanner, Julyan, B. Sumner, L. Herman, D. Paleit, D. Morris, J. Binder, L. Adams. SECOND ROW: C. Harrell, S. Olson, L. Maldovan, M. Merrils, C. Anderson, R. Ienz, D. Cergol, L. Shimrock, F. Starina, D. Luikart. BOTTOM ROW: M. Kirchner, P. Hawks, M. Wellington, D. Reed, R. Saunders, B. Urankar, MEGAPHONE CLUB 4 , , O Page Seventyfseven ff, 'M ,ai 'fm JAN.22 ADMIQRLS TOP LIONS 47- Z9 f . Q is QJ. -, 1 ,. - . 4 nz, Av w--Q-vm -'-- -. ' . ,.,,,. ...N-H-. M,-'A - - .M ...........,c .,w,,,..n.. ,,.,....q . ,,,, . ..,e,..,,,,,,M, , W., , -1, , Y VA ,W V r I K ,MW 1 I-I TRACK i942 The 1942 squad won only two meets while losing four and tying one. However this year's team boasts eleven returning lettermen: Burns, Telich, Gara, Kraince, Knaus, Walters, Wiskes, Hommel, Wise, Kollar, and Netschke. Led by Tom Burns, all' conference miler, the boys must be considered as dangerous contenders for the conferf ence title. Shore 46M Painesville 71M Shore 5 zn Orange 65 W Shore 66M Milyfleld 5 IW Shore 68 Euclid Central 30 Shore 33 M Brush 84M Shore 5 9 Maple Heights 5 9 Shore 54M Bedford' 63K2 Page Seventyfeight JnN.z2 semons swf. nssanstvs 3 l ,1-1,L W --i 'fllugf ' Oifrgfffe' Q, WEP .. u Q A 08056 rg ff .. ani 'E' 5, i 'A 1 4' Q 15:4 Yu, BASEBALL 942 Led by Capt. Frank Bergoch, the 1942 Shore Admirals won nine games while losing only to Bedford and Euclid Central. This fine record was due to long hours of practice and the attitude of the players which was "Play hard, but play to Win". The team, however, was hit hard by graduation and only three lettermen returned to bolster this year's linefup. There is some fine material for this year's squad though, and this fact together with the Shore winning spirit is sure to produce a winning combination. BASEBALL I943 BASEBALL 194-3 Zia! K Ill pd K 'Im NI: 'W V14 Page Eighty I Q N 1 IM If FEB.2'7 RESERVES WlN"CI-MMD" TITLE! r-oo , ADVERTISING INDEX ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH ..... ...,...... BEACHLAND HARDWARE .................. .......... B. EILBERG JEWELER .......,................ ........,. 7 BILL S CLOTHES ....,.........,................ .......... 9 BRAWN S .,.............,.......,........................ .......... BRECKENRIDGE MACHINE CO. ........ ......... . BRODEN CONSTRUCTION CO. CHESSHIRE STUDIOS .......,......C,... .......... CITY HALL OFFICIALS .............. CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS CROCKETT CLEANERS ................. .......... EUCLID BAKERY ...,.............,........... ....,..... EUCLID CRANE 86 HOIST CO... EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL .......... FRANK BRICEL GARAGE ....... FRIENDSHIP CLUB ................ GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB .......... GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB ...........,... .......... HABERACKER OPTICAL CO. ....... ....,.... . HERB FITZGERALD'S .....,,......,,.. HI-SPEED .................................. HI-Y ,,,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,.,...,...,,,.,,,,, JANUARY SENIOR CLASS ....... LAKE SHORE FLORISTS .......... LIONS CLUB ...,..,,.,,,..,,...,..,...,,. LUCILLE HAT SHOPPE ...,,.,,,,..,.,,. ,,,,,,,,,, MOSS POINT DRY CLEANERS NOTTINGHAM DRUG .,.,,,..,,,.,,..,..,.,,,,. .,,,,,,,,, NOTTINGHAM DRY CLEANERS ....,, ,,,,.,,,,, P. T. A. ...........................,.......,..,,,...,..., .,,,.,,,, , SHORE BOWL ........................ SMITI-I'S DELICATESSEN ........ SMITH'S RESTAURANT ........ 95 90 86 90 89 90 90 94 85 87 89 86 91 89 96 92 93 93 89 88 93 83 89 86 87 87 91 90 91 86 86 STEIN COAL COMPANY ,,,,...,,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 9 SOLON DRUGS ,.,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, 8 7 TAYLOR 86 BOGGIS FOUNDRY ,,.,,,.,., ,,,,,,.,,, 8 7 TOWN CLEANERS ,.,.,.,....,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 8 7 TUCKER'S .........................,.................,.. ,,,,,,,,,, 9 0 WILDWOOD FLORISTS ..,,.,.,,..,,.,..,,,.,., ,.,,,,,,,, 9 0 WRIGHT'S DEPARTMENT STORE ..,,, ,.,,.,,,C, tooo-Q-QQQQQQQ 90 Page Eightyfone 00ef,7fAvI6' ' JDZtcW,wc?a-Hr fo' Ziamf, 'yf9"6 Swv ' Q Jw ' EDU160 Glllf' wvvnuaZ cu nwccmm. I I I II I I II II II I 'I I ,I I I I I I I I I I I I I Il - I II I I I I I I I I I I I I 'I big? Q .90ww.7Q3.xQA:5..L4 W ws l'lAR.'5 TOURNAMENT BEG-INS '43'QBoos15Qs'2L3 ?Ew,,5, ,.f?,,7LLq yy My RX 1 p5WQ,bM W '5"'! BWWMMQ My EQ? IX JH-7, fr: 2, MQW MW 3 94:13 . gl 5' ,EQMWLM Qffgz ex 2 Ja C, 'T Page Eightyftlwee ::::l::::pq::::ooo4:::::: MAR 26 MEGADI-IONE CLUB DANCE LOG TOM MAZICK ,............,.....,...............................,.............., F LORA COOK .......,.....x...... WARREN JEVNIKAR .,,.... C. FREDERICK ENKLER ......... GORDON NETSCHKE ......... N. JOHN NELSON .,,.,........ MARY LOU HAVEN ........ EMMY WINKLER .........,. JOAN METZ ................. PAT HAYES .........,........... J. AUSTIN ADAMS ,..,.... TOM MILLER .....,......... RUTH ANN HILL .,,..., MYNA HEALEY RUTH MUZZIO JOHN SALMON CONWAY O'BRIEN AUDREY BEACHEM RAY GIESSE ADELINE ROSS NAOMI RUTH LAVO JANE BACKSTROM ELEANOR RADTKE JEAN KUEELER JANE L. WILDE AGATHA JONASSEN RUTH ANDERSON EDWARD RAUCHFLEISH JANE HAWKS DEE SPRINGER ILA MAE BUELL HARRY BEERMAN FLORENCE ELEANOR LONGO VIRGINIA BAUM MARY LEE MOORE MARILYN LOUISE BLASE ANN DOUGLASS GENEVIEVE POTTS GLENN KERNEY LOUISE ZENTGRAF MARGARET OGILVIE -A-- ---- 1---A-ac---A---- BOUSTERS .President of Student Council President of National Honor Society President of Hi-Y ..................President of Chapter I ....................President of Chapter Il ......................Pres1dent of Chapter III .........President of Girls' Leaders Club .........President of Girls' Athletic Club ............President of Friendship Club .......President of Megaphone Club .......President of Disasfer Corps .......................Pres1dent of Junior Class Breeie Editor J. HOKE SMITH L. WILLIAM WISKES D. LATHAN STANFORD R. EDWARD YOUNGBLOOD W. CASE CRISWELL D. BURKE SHERMAN D. ROY GIEEONS R. ERNEST WILCOX L. OTT FUERST J. G. CHARLES KLEIN J. MERRITT TOMPKINS CHAS. G. KIDNEY CO. ARKO'S RESTAURANT NOTTINGHAM HARDWARE CO. LAKELAND DELICATESSEN SHORE DAIRY GRILL EUCLID FOOD MARKET JEN-NET GIFT SHOPPE MR. NEIL SMITH MR. RALPH EHRENFELD MR. CHARLES H. BREWSTER MR. R. H. CHANDLER MR. W. A. CARNEY MR. VIRGIL SHAFER MR. R. JAMES JENKINS MRS. R. A. STEVENSON MRS. F. G. GABRIEL MR sc . MRS WILLIAM HEALEY WILLIAM RITCHINGS ERNEST JEROME MR. 86 MRS E. G. MIDDLETON RAY PROSTOR MR. 86 MRS. GUS CHICKNESS MARTHA HAUSER MR. 86 MRS ANTHONY GOLE DON A. CRAWFORD DR. 86 MRS. H. FISCHER RUTH DUGAN MR. 86 MRS J. SULLIVAN SALVATORE CALABRESE MR. 86 MRS F. GIBBONS WANDA CAWLEY MR. 86 MRS M. TELICH "DEL" O'BRANOVIC MR. 86 MRS GLEN H. HAVEN "HAYSEED" MR. 86 MRS LOUIS ZGONC "KEEKO" MR. 86 MRS. J. R. BOWINS "PEGGY,' MR. 86 MRS JAMES E. TOWN "POTTS" MR. 86 MRS. L. KAZMAREK "LEO" MR. 86 MRS J. MEKINDA "CYN" HUGGINS MR. 86 MRS. JOHN LYNCH D. EDWARD RAYBUCK MR. 86 MRS. C. M. UPDEGRAFF P. ANDREW GREVE MR. 86 MRS MR. 86 MRS. H. L. ADAMS Page Ezghtyffour 19 El'1lLlE WINKLER BASKETBALL quam , I BEST WISI-IES T0 THE SENIOR CLASS F R 0 M Y 0 U 111 EUCLID CITY OFFICIALS City Engineer Frank A. Thomas Director William A. McMaster Director Michael A. Spino Chief of Police Roland N. Baehr Fire Chief Thomas P. Hanley Supt. of Trans. Harvey G. Heiss Bldg. Insp. Clyde Woodmansee Councilman Frank Derdich Superintendent of Parks Al Richey Mayor Kenneth Sims Solicitor Paul H. Torbet Auditor William R. Clark Auditor William A. Abbott President of Council Louis Wess Councilman Frank A. Bubsey Councilman William F. Burns Councilman Ralph V. Hill Auditor's Ass,t William H. Bente Councilman James A. Kenny Justice of Peace R. Harry Koppich Councilman Harry Knuth Justice of Peace Alexander Apple Councilman Hugo Lux Constable Geo. F. Schafer Clerk of Council GilbertF.Morgan Constable Wm. H. Stoneman P ge Eightyfji 'UC ADR.Z RED CROSS DANCE ::oc::oc::::: We Specialize ln DANISH PASTRIES Fresh Twice Daily EUCLID BAKERY Mrs. Schmelter, Prop. PoQ B. EILBERG, Jeweler GRADUATION PRESENTS Of Fine Quality 15007 St. Clair Ave. GL. 1287 22054 Lake Shore Blvd. o00oooooQo ::::::voa:::voc:::: :::::ve-ooooo-ood ?33t31:::3:3t3339l3ti::: 5lCClCl3111:333t2:3:::1: Compliments of Compliments of S H U R E B U W L OI-IIO'S FINEST BOWLING LANES "The place to meet the gang for fun" 21932 Lake Shore Blvd' 22400 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, O l.....:-:,--,.::...::.......... ::3t:::c:t:::1t:19t4 Good Luck and Best Wishes ..... t 0 1.- The Graduating Class of 1943 The Euclid Lions Club U :rd 0Qoc::::::r1:::::::::pq:::pooq::::: Page Eightyfsix :gpq-Qo4:::i::::: ::1c::q:: Congratulations to The Graduating Class of 1943 Qww9A Q D + 09a . , 7 s' A-- 4- ' - " Q. .V-..' ,a.- ...Y X fs. V I. A 1, . .4 addr. .Pfgd ,1,,'k,.-7 17750 LAKE Suomi alvo.-clevmu ,o. X 553- lVAuuos 3215 Maur WANHOE 4 N-'-K' clry wwf DELIVERY 2?:8F.'1 . fmmm,mmmm,m,m, , APR. 3 Hl-Y- FRIENDS I-IIP CRRNIVN. I II ' E Congratulations 3 TO oUR FUTURE CUSTGMERS 11 lt ll ll it EE MOSS POINT CLEANERS Serving Euclid for the past 13 years if L : t:: ll ll::c:::: :::::,c:::AT 1 it 1 tl 55 FLOYD B. STEIN, Inc. ll ll E Our Coal Makes Warm F riends" ll It 1 It if Babbit Road at Nickel Plate if EUCLID, OHIO 5' 1 'L L.1,::: ::::: ,.--,.AA-- tc' r.M-::::::-:::: ll s 1 ti if t 1' g T U W N 1. 1 EE It C L E A N E R S tt ll ll Q IC t M ODORLESS CLEANING :E Garments Insured 0 ll EE Against Fire and Theft E l II lt O It ll 3 ff 1: Same Location Since 1912 H H 8523 Hough Ave. - GA 2613 tl ll 1 II IC ll l Compliments of The Continental Product Co. EUCLID, OHIO "Paint Mdl1ufdCf1lT8TS,, :::vo4:::::: :: LUCILE HAT SHOP Announces Spring Hats .,...,................,. 52.00 to 515.00 Dressy 86 Tailored Blouses .... 52.50 to 53.50 Handbags: Fabrics and Leathers 51.65 to 512.50 Costume Jewelry ................ 51.00 to 510.00 Open Evenings Until 8 o'clock --- -- -------q:--::---:v4:-:l:- -A ll It 0 It ll ll ll 0 l It ll H ll ll H ll H ll :Q Compliments of THE TAYLOR and BOGGIS 1-'OUNDBY COMPANY Manzfzfacturers of Light Grey Iron Castings 1261 Babbit Road - Euclid, Ohio ll ll 1.. - ::::14::::1o4:::: E ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll It II H Page Eightyfsei C1 r ADR.9 "sconce wnsnmcron sum near- f Smi1h's Restaurant and Barbecue, Inc. HGGOD F0013 IS GOOD HEALTH" Luncheons - - Dinners Accommodation For Private Parties 1 22305 Lake Shore Blvd. KE. 2792 JOHN VIDRICK JOHN POLSON b Your Pa Uses lt -- So Does Your Ma - So Does the Police Cruiser AWAY IN A SHORE BREEZE -WITH- U HI-SPEED GASOLINE X u , , l 11 Euclzds Own Favorite ll 3 Pug E51 g 'I -- -- - - --,4::oo4 PRIL I6 FRIENDSHIP SPRING FORMAL 17" """" ""' ""' 5 34 THE EUCLHJ E 4 NEWS-JOURNAL I4 V ll ilillilillliiiiA3135313l33:::l 5- Wu 'nn---an v 4 SoLoN DRUG STORES if 22076 Lake Shore Blvd. 2 21051 Euclid Ave. 1: CANDY - ICE CREAM 2 CIGARS - TOBACCO it PRESCRIPTIONS 44 3 44 L: ::: :::: :::::::::C:::::22P41::: r:D:,.:,:,::::::::-::::::-....- 4 4 THE 0 R A R E R A C K E R Q . U P T I C A L ff C U M P A N Y IQ Manztfacturing Dispensing E Opticians Ii Oculists Prescriptions Accurately Filled :I Frames Adjusted and Repaired :I Lenses Replaced :4 Sunglasses l'Proper Eye Care is not expensive' 4: .RS A H Q ' A QQ? ll Downtown Lakewood if 2022 East 9th St. 15101 Detroit Ave. ll MAin 2431 ACademy 2727 -L:::a::::::::: A-AA-A- F--, ...... - ........ ........ - 44" 1'--D '-'-'-- '-'-- ll IV. 0665 H We Telegraph to All Parts of the Country ll II LAKE SHORE FLORIST 44 ff Flowers For All Occasions 44 ll " 18322 Lake Shore Blvd. " CLEVELAND, OHIO ll 1iiiiifilxiiliilii3317-iiiiiif-312 5 E 1 1 44 B R A W N S if I Confectionary and Dairy Store ICE CREAM - SODAS - SUNDAES Q High Grade Candies and Pastries 22,078 Lake Shore Blvd. KE. 1033 ll ?:::::M'::::: :zxl 44 4 2 4 4 F ll 4 Q 1 jf Congratulations to the 54 ll II Class of 1943 5 54 5 ll 1 44 4 II ' 5 1 ll 4: C R U C K E T T 5 ll , ll , 4 CLEANERS 4 II I1 ll , ll 4 IE ' 11 5 H 22490 Lake Shore Blvd - KE 6630 1 4 IK "You'll Like Our Service" L ll ll ' 3 A II 1 4 4 ll Hu::::::::::: v:::: ::::: 1:1 Page E1gl1Ij"71l-'HC MAY? FRIENDSHIP BOX SOCIAL TauJtdHuJGuunn'N 5 BILLS CLOTHES Everything For Men and lg Young Men l ll TWO STORES 3 618 E. 185th - St. Clair Ave. at 152nd St. ::pq::::l::: -----Azpec---:pac------A:,4 ----A' -A---A-A--'JC--3 Q TUCKER SHOES 3 QUALITY SHOES - Expertly Fitted ll For dress or sport, always newest styles Q Fitted by X-ray Q Compliments of gg H H O O E N lCONSTRUCTION COMPANY 5 Subsidiary of THE WEAN ENGINEERING COMPANY WARREN, OHIO 1 -Hsu ....... ..,l Page Ninety foo II N H :E Compliments of II H THE BRECKENRIDGE H MACHINE CO. l til: : ---- - - I BEACHLAN D HARDWARE 630 E. 185th St. KE. 0687 Edward F. Heil, Prop. po:9Qoe THE WRIGHT STURE 696 E. 185th St. Dry Goods - Furnishings - Shoes "It's Wright to be Thriftyu Paint, Varnishes, Glass, Plumbing Supplies --994: -v-v : : ::pc:x::p-QQ '---- -1-193 QQ so 3 5 i i l --- LA ---- ----------------A 1 --:pa-to-:Q "Service is Our M otto" IV. 0595 ODORLESS CLEANING Nottingham S-Bry 'Cleaning CO We Own and Operate Our Own Plant PRESSING - REPAIRING 18127 St. Clair Ave. - We Call and Deliver -7--,Y---,,1-----:va:---- Q9gj n MAY 14- CONNANDO DANCE. poc R E C O R D S BLUEBIRD - DECCA - VICTOR COLUMBIA - OKEH ...AT- HERB F ITZGERALD'S R A D I O S I-I O P 635 E. 185th Sr. KE. 1313 Compliments of the , SHORE P.T.A p4:-:poq:-:I:- ----- :ro4:----- -'- - - -----, -----:b-ooo-4:-v-:D The Nottingham Drug Co. Expert Prescription Service E. 187th St. and St. Clair Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO KE. 0066 Compliments of The EUCLID CRANE and HOIST CO. EUCLID, OHIO Manufacturers of Electric and Hand Power Overhead and Travelling Cranes, Electric Hoists and Trolleys, Miscellaneous Hoisting and Conveying Machinery Page - N MAY 2I JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM foo Friendship Club 3 Y. W. C. A. Q "To Find and Give the Best" haunt 5 simon BANQUET AT Hom. CARTER Compliments of THE GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB -AND- THE GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB 'x L -.vv-----.---- Qoeot- r3Q .......... -v-:p99q: vvv.. -:p9,--11--:p99oQ1 CLEAN SPEECH CLEAN SPORT CLEAN SCHOLARSHIP CLEAN LIVING Compliment? of SHORE HI-Y CLUB I'Vhose Purpose ls T ' ' cl bl' h h gh h h I cl y h gh d cl f Ch l JUNE 6 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Chesshizre - Higbee PHOTOGRAPHERS OFFICIAL PHOTGGRAPHERS FOR SHORE ANNUAL - 1 9 4 3 - Aff L JUNE 10 CONNENCEVIENT PREPARED TO SERVE ANY BUSINESS . . . ANY ORGANIZATION Today, the watchword in business as well as government is pre- paredness . . . to be so equipped in methods, machines, and man power as to meet every emergency that may arise. lust as a business should prepare to carry on successfully under changing world conditions, so graduates should continue their train- ing. They should strive to gain knowledge by continued study and practical experience in ojfice procedures. A working knowledge of ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH methods that bring better and more economical results from work necessary in every office, is a distinct advantage to young men and women just starting their business careers. It helps them obtain em- ployment more easily because of the increased value of their serv- ices. ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH CORP. CLEVELAND, OHIO Sales Agencies in Principal Cities 30 Page N ery JUNE n summer: VACATION BEGINS ::ooc:9oc::1ooc:::q - I "We Can Make It Go" I Bring lt to Men Who Know FRANK BRI C E L GARAGEQE General Auto Repairing Reface Valves and Ar-matures Battery Service 951 Babbit Rd. - 1v.os6s - Euclid, o. n c::::,.:....:...z:::::::,.c::l, GREAT LAKES LITHOGRAPH COMPANY LITHOGRAPHING SPECIALIZING IN FOLDERS - CATALOGUES - BROADSIDES MAILING PIECES - LABELS, ETC. Exceptionally Fine Halftone Work REASONABLE PRICES ESTIMATES GLADLY FURNISHED 112 HAMILTON AVENUE CH 5020 Page Nmetyfsix n ing. .vim-" v "' 'v' vi---Qu 1 . ' I1 1 UH. , X , A . I . 1 M- ' rf. H' , , .' ' 1 ' r... l 34 Q , " QF, -Nga'-L'-'y . A " nf- , v- I ' .. qu, wj- Q . . -' ' VH' 1 A , ' , ,, , ' Y in -' g,.". , uf V 1, X 1 I qi.: w ' I4 ' . x x, W ' T W


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