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Junior and Senior Class Sponsors
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S Trivisonno. James
Rood, Kenneth G.
Rosa. Paul J.
Rose. John J.
Roth, Howard E.
Rumery, John Wayne
Rush, Edward C.
Russ. Charles C.
Russell. John A,
Schaub, Dennis L.
Schink, Howard C.
Schlaeger. Jack H.
Schlicker. Robert L.
Stockall. John D.
Stocker, Ray A.
Stoekel. James R.
Swenson. Beril G.
Talty. Martin C.
Vene, Victor F.
Verla, Edward E.
Vesel, Edward M
Vickerman, Jack R.
Weist, Lawrence A.
Wendorf, Carl E.
Werts, Wm, W. Jr.
Yopel, John P.
Yuhas. John G.
Scanclrett, Le Roy
Schaefer, Robert D.
Schafer. XVilliam XV.
Tucker, Robert R.
flfd J- Strauss. Frank Wm. U
SUJY' Richard Ulepic. Charles J.
Sullivan. Joe E. Ulggar, Albert
Svetin, Joe A. Ulogar. John
Volpe, Edward J. Weybrecht, Howard
Weybrecht, Jim gawk' adam ES
W Weybrecht, Richard Mer' udolp '
W Zdara, Leonard
Waemeii. Elmer eybmht' Rohm Zele Fred F
Wallace, Alfred Whlfe' Paul A' Zgogc John P
Wallace, Kenneth Wilhelm- Keith Zivichv John i
Walsh' John F' Wilson' Alice Zuberl Walter
Vdalrgrg, Edward Wilson, George W. Zu arlcic Frank
Ward, Raymgnd XVilSOt1, Keith p '
Water, William C. Winters. Reinald H.
'Killed in Action.
Sept. 7-You should see all the begin-
ning freshmen running around: we seem
to have more new students than ever be-
fore this year.
Sept. 17-Painesville bested us in a
sweeping victory for their football team
today with a score of 13-O. The Hrst
game of the season too.
Sept. 20-A brand new club is being
introduced to Shore, a Whirlo Club with
Miss Gill as sponsor.
Sept. Z'a+Our Shore Breeze is being
sent free of charge to the fellows in serv-
ice so that they may keep up with school
Sept. 24-This afternoon it was our
turn to win. and we did, with a 14-0 vic-
tory over Grange. In this game Dick
Wilcox broke his leg. Get well soon
Sept. 27-This year's editor of the
"Log" is Edith Fischer, and, Diary, I
hope she has room for you.
Sept. 29-Lois Wilhelm has been
elected president of the Whirlo Club: now
things will start to hum.
Sept. 30-Magician Seymour took the
students and faculty for a rollicking ad-
venture in the "Land of Sleight of Hand,"
and I'm still wondering what became of
Gct. 1-13-7, with Shore on the top
half, was our winning score against Gar-
field. And did everybody enjoy them-
selves with those especially imported hot-
dogs by the courtesy of the Student
Oct. 4-Teachers are human. They
proved this by having a baby show, auc-
tion and picnic at the Euclid Park club-
house this fine and balmy evening.
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Board of Education
FIRST ROXV' Paul H. Torbct. Alice Rcsslcr, Russell H. Erwinc. Frank Mills. SECOND ROXV Anton E
Strolim. John l5. Davis, Raymond J. Turk, Loren J. Bullard, Loyal E. Luikart.
URING these criticctl wctr yeors American
youth hos been brought fctce to fctce with
severctl very serious chcrllenges. Thou-
scrnds of our young people hctve been forced to
decide whether to enter combat service or to
gssist with defense industry, or to continue their
educotion. The decision hcts not been on ectsy
one to rnolce. American youth, ctlwcxys highly
pottriotic, understotnds Whcrt it mecrns to rnctin-
tfgtin the Aniericcrn wcry of life dt Whatever cost
Lure of high Wotges offers ct for more subtle,
if less vcrlid, chctllenge. But let it be sctid to the
glory of Arriericctn youth thcrt by for the most
of them wont to continue their educgtionctl prep-
ortiztion for cr post-Wcrr world which will require
not ctily oil the intelligence ond skill, but the
pffttience, insight ond tolerctnce, thot con be
brou-giht to beotr upon it. This is the high tcrsk
to which Ainericon High School boys ond girls
gre corrtniitted. Your tectchers ond friends hove
confidence thot you will continue your prep-
Ctrcrtioii ond thus cctrry the torch for cr better
Russell H. Erwine
Superintendent of Schools
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