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

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wmv" S5 :fy ix fx. Y 5 X ' ,Q '-I F1 X-U X5 'ifmwl 'K Q vm' .pp 'S ck K CCP in Rdoofi '33-fe, PRESENTED BY Tl-IE SENIOR CLASS OF 1946 etrospect The time has come for us to leave Shore, and with it the mem- Jries of the most exciting and happy days of our lives. Here, we have formed friendships which will endure throughout the years. 'We have acquired a foundation for the achievements of our dreams. Now, we are preparing for the work of the future but we can't help reminiscing, recalling the incidents that made up our school days: The terror of assembly appearances .... the thrill of the choir at Christmas .... the gossip at lockers .... the joy at our team's victory, the intense sorrow of a defeat, the proud satisfac- tion after decorating for the Prom, and the sad, sentimental feel- ing when we sang our Alma Mater. Now, we must say "so long" to high school-days and look ahead. But behind us is a memory which we will never lose. T Dedication o thc Short l oxs x ho ni i lt tl e Fupitmc Hatiihct to preserve M' 2 lj' acl 1 .' " c' our precious American XVay of Life which enabled us to expcri ence a happy school career, the Seniors of 1946 do most respett fully dedicate this book. ROLL OF HUNUR Frank Uaressi Wfalter il. llarlag Martin Bates Charles C. Doyle Yllilliain Doyle John C. Gill Anthony -l. Golinar John G. Graney Gene E. Horen Keith C. Hulsinan Pasquale C. Iacobacci Edward M. lntihar Herbert Johns Richard Ketcham XYalter H. Larick Anton Locar Edward H. Mall Edward Marshall Mathew L. Mclieon Charles Munnings Robert S. Pierce Joe Poch Robert L. Schlieker Richard Schlund Harold VV. Shroka Frank bl. Spino Joseph VV. Vihtelic Alma Mater Green is the springtime. VX7hite is the snowy Shore, Colors that l adore, Of our Shore High. Springtime may pass away. Snow linger but a Clay. Hut thee l'll love for aye. Our Shore High dear. Dear are the memiies, Golden the flays of yoi-e, Xllhen we acquired lore, .Nt olfl Sliore High. 'llime may bring vain regret, Sorrows may irlc null fret, llut thee l"ll IICVCI' forget, My true Shore lligh. WCW GW In KI IQ. RUSSELL ERNYI NE . . . . . - f'l'IlIft'lllZ7t'JI' if fguffzd ,Ni'l.w11fgi' L , . f I':Vxl Rim" XIII ili-ul, Mr. Erwiiie, who is one of Euclid's leaftliiig citizens, is the man we call our Atlas, for upfin his shoulders rests the wmlrl of Euclicl Schools. His iiizijm' interest is in tlie scliuol's activities, wliicli lie most assureilly takes to liczzrt. He: has luucii with us scvcii yt-ars :mil his pci-serveraiice and clear vision guiile the scliwols Lll1fZ1llGl'l11glf,'. BQARD Cl: EDUCATION im li, Stimlim, Russell H. liiwvim-, Supcriiitciiilciil3 Lwyztl lf. I,uikart, Presi- S,-i-iiml l6iif.'g Liirvii ,l. llullimlg .Iiiliii lf. Ikuis, Yici--l'11-siilt-iitg C. li. lliiwiiiziiig lfrzmk Xlills l'ii im s Xl ll Q S 'si . 1 14:51 S03 ,M AA tx, ,... Im Dr Lows, our principal, has fusterecl a program uf wlwlesume life at Slirirei His helpful interest follows students in their success after g'1'ZlClllZIlllU1l. Guml nziturecl, coiisiflerate, mul will- ing to hear students out in their proli- lems, Dr. Lows has mzlcle fur himself Il spleuclifl reputzition as Zlll emluczttur uf Youth for Democracy. w.xL'1iE1t SCI-IWEGLER, Di-an of Boys ww ,Asif DK. LEtiJN:XRliJ LOOS Prfizzvijval, Slime High Svlziml ELSA ALl1RFfCll'll, Darin iff Girls ADR IAN B CERGER .Xlgclvraq Guumctryg BS. Uni- wrsity ot Ijuytollg LF. Ohlo State LTIIIYCYSIIY. MILDRIZD BURNAN Lil11':11'i:1113 ,X.B, Hciflcllnerg lffxllugeg AAI. L'nix'c1'sity of I,L'llllQYlYl1l1illQ HS. in L.S. XVL'SlCI'I1 Rcscrve. PERA CAMPBELL SCI'-x'iCC Club: Englishg BMX. lJk'111ll1CC Cullcgcg MA. Ohio 812110 LT1liVCI'SilY1 Ulmivcrsity of X.xYiHk'tlllF-ill. FORD T.. CASE CHZICII of D1E'QlfL'fhI1uQ Simpy 13.5. Ohm lll1YCl'Slfj'1 XLS. Llmlxx-1'S1ty ul XX1r1Cm1m1. I,0I'I9If DAXRST I'-'Nasa Club: Sl1u1'Il1:111mI: lhmk- Iik'L'lDi11Q: OIQIICC l'I'LlCliL'n'1 IPX, fl11n'I'IilI CUHUQQQ INCXV Yurk LvI1iYCl'9ilj', MARIE DAVIS junior Girl Reserveg lfnglixli, Social Stutliesg HA. Ohio Vlfesleyztng Columlmiztg Uliiu State Universityg XXI-stern lie- serve. SPARTOCO IJIIZLXSIO . I 7 ' . Science: AL, Onerlin College: MJX. Coltnnlmiu Llnix'e1'sity. JAMES XV. GEBHART Axiation Clullg Safety Cmn- unitteeg DS. Heitlellwerg Cul- lege Rl.S.g Ohio Stztteg XYQQ- tern Reserveg XYiseunsin Uni- versityg Toledo University. DGROTHY GILL Girls' Lezulers Clulng Girls' Athletic Clulng XYliirlwg Physi- cal lffluezttioug BMX, Oliifi State University. XVILKIA GlLLlXl.XN ,liinior Girl Reserveg lfnglishg NYurlrl Histnryg All. Heiilel- lrerg Collegex. ' qu H MF X . ,,,f .ef ,Q ki!! st 22 X 5 zzailpf ME MW if f 1 if X W" vi 5 lx , 5 Q! -. f NWN, m , Q W a9n nf 4 , gn . '11 G39 My X 50 X X Qgmj Q X wg? MQW: XX X w'?4fQ'm X115 NW352NivfNQf1X aww NSWAW X vknywm A W A457- 452 , --5' Dix1.1-1 H.XlQl'liR liztntlg CJ1'l'llL'5ll'IlQ HS. Cin- cinnati CoiiQe1'x'1ttm'y til Nlusieg University fit ClllL'llllllLllQ Lini- versity ol .Xki'+m. ROY U. HINCH Selimwl l"ln+trig1':1plie1'g Yistlfll lirltiezltinit Cmnmitteeg Trigu- nt-inetryg Rlzttlieinntiesg Eng- lislig Seieneeg Xlgiryxille Cul- legeg l1..X. .Xlqrmi l'niversityg Ohio State l'nirt-rsityg Kent State liniversity. EDITH LIVQMON Student Cwuneilg .luniur Red Crossg Home lfemifmiiesg DS. Nurtliwestern Unirersityg Xl.fX. XYeStern Reserve University f3l'2U'lUZllC Selnml, ALTZTCRT ll l TCH FLT, -lnninr High llztnflg US. XVCS- tern Reserve l'1nvers1ty, Kl.XRG.XRli'l"I'lC l'iX'lllilCli xxilliflmrl Sluillxul' lvl' llqlilcllfl' xliip Ring Crl'41llIlQ Spztniilig lltislin-SQ: ll. .X XYextern lie- serve liniversity. VIIINIT PI-IYPERS Ilusiliesx ,Xrlvisor of the Iftmgg I French Clulig IIA. llemxt llniversityg KIJX. Xlieitern "X- Serre I'iiiverSityg Rzuleli tfe College: New York L'i1ix'er- 2 I sitv, ? 'W' I-XNNICTTIQ PIICRSUN Senior Sister Spoiisorg Sociql Stitches IIS. Ixeiit State Imi- versity: KIUX. XXVCSICFII Re- serve iIlllX'L'l'Sllj". ,IOHN VI. POIITQ Coach ot' Ilztselvztllg Meg- aphone bpousorg Settle :mtl 'llrizmgle Spousorg Kleehzmieztl ID1'1uriiigg IIS. Ohio State Uni- versityg XI,-N. NVCSIEYII Reserve University. HIQTTIIC RUSIQNIIIQRIZIQR Home IfeonomieSg IIS. Iilorzt Stone Xlntherz KIMX. Cohimliin I7i:ix'erNity. gm Rf JY SIIXRRI JCR CHQLFII lvl liilNl'lIllll lYlitt'llt'l'Sj y ' u 1 r 1 I llj'NlL'NQ txrixltl' Q til- legeg KIUX. Lloliimlsizt LilllX'l'l'- xity. ELIZABETH SMITH Frienclship Cluh Sponsor: Gov- erumentg American Prolilemsg BMX. Flora Stone Klutherg BLA. XYestern Reserve. 1- X 5' I Q WM' H.-XRRY XY. SPIXNGLER .Xclrertisitig Committee Spou- sorg Chemistryg IIS. Ileitlel- Iierg College: RIS. Xlestern Reserve I mrersity. E IRA RI. STL'I3I3lXRT Geometry: IIA. Uiiiversity of Iowztg Clerelaml Teachers' ' College. 4' , L I..Xl Law' Shop, XYI' Q, CL.XRIiXCIi SVXYXCR H.-XKIIQR regtlingg I'hysie11l Iitluezttiong ILS. Uhio I'nirer- Sityg KIUX. Columlvigt liuiver- sityg Uhio State Iiuireraity. 1 ,fvf-41-fpx xl',XL I2 Itk Ixlzlx l ewtliiig. N-f "JIU and my t'lIIz'A't'1l.Y.n CHARLES C. YAUGHN lnternzttinnzil Quill X Scrnll Spniismg Faculty Advisor of Breeveg Printing, -ltri11'nalising HA, llc,-tlumy Cnllegeg MA. Ohin State University. ALEXANI JER WASELKOV Artg BMX. Genrge Vlfusliing- tml Universityg KLA. Ohio Unirersityg Co1'Cor2u1 Selimml of Aft. ANTHONY V. VACCARIELLO Chairmztn of the Thrift Cum- rnitteeg English, Spanish, Gen- eral Lungiiageg HS. Miami Universityg KLA. Wfestern Re- serve University. W . 7 . -,, f is 3 ' Ze vu ' 5:1 af-f .' Zgtgff vt, ' x " x ' , 4, A. NV .-' . ,, , TY'-f .,e-5 4 I, OTH ER FACULTY MEM UERS STANLEY A. XNHITESIUE Nutionztl Hunnr Society Spon- sor: Americzm Histuryg ll.:X. Ohio State Universityg WHS- ennsin University. JANE XNILLIAMS German, Luting Plrll. Denison Universityg Ohio Universityg Chicago University. BUELA WILSON Girl Reserveg Algelirag BA. VVestern Reserve University 3 NA. VVestern Reserve Uni- versity. lame-S Teeter, music: lillnzi XYnn4lwm'tli, inzttliemziticsg lrene l-luvztrtli, nnrie, A K'lll lLlR BONES Cwllfftldillll LOYAL A SSISTANTS l,JlClfUliliS'l' EXYELL Tftlllllit' Cljliirvr Auspicious Autographs SQW Q QS JANUARY CLASS Prpyidpnf 4,,,, ,, PHILIP ANDERSON I'if-C-Prggicit-111 ,,,,. ......l f XRTHUR NI'IX'.AR ,Spf-1-L-fa,-y ,,,4, .... - IoS1f31'H IN If Roma' H Trvaszfrcr. .... .... X N'TI,LI.'XIXI HANSIQN Slfwzzsnr ,,,,, .A,,.. R IR. ROY SIIARROCK MM JUNE CLASS Presizzkzzf ..... .,.. J AMES BOYLE I'im--Ilrcsidmzf ..... ..... S TANLI-QY IQOLLAR .Slwrclfzry .,.,, , ,IDYTNNJX MORRIS Trcasurur '... .. ..A. ..... I jAL'L S'r1Qc1cAMP1-in ,Stf'UlISUl'A' ...... ..,.,. K IISS I,l,'L'II.I,IC 4XINiSNYUR'1'1I ' vw Mu. Ax 1 mvxx' X ,u'c'.x141li1.1,u NR. JOHN POIITO PHILIP ANDERSON n.'II'Ix'tIj'.Y iz Betty" 34 213 Basketball 11, 2, 353 Football 12, 3, 453 Track 145, Band 11, 255 Choir 11, 25g Prom Committee Hi-Y 13, 455 Class President 13, 453 Student Council 1153 Advisory Board 145- JOAN CONLY "The um' tht' 'mer t1U'0l't'l1U 160 Lloyd Road Friendship 12, 3, 455 Girl Re- serves 1153 Megaplioiie 1253 Senior Sisterb 13, 453 Senior Playg Red Crois 145: Logg X'Vhirlo 135g G. A. C. 11, 2, 3, 45. VV11.l3E1iT IQGGERT "17f uirflmzrx I ring" 24001 Lake Shore Blvd. Radio Clnlr 13, 45, Aviation 135. GEORGE FESSEMMAYER nSt'1d0HI 11vt1rd" Avon on the Lake Hi-Y 13, 453 Vlfhirlo 145, Vice-Presidentg Band 145. CHARLES GROSSMAN "Ale and my 17l'0kL'll bones" 21601 Mallard N.A.S.S. 145 3 Track 11, 3, 45 3 Hi-Y 13, 45 g VVrestling 13, 45 5 Junior Play. awww 1.7 N-,nr ,W ,Qt ef ' 1 ' ' 3 fwzaeif ii Q ' - ,Y N 4 Y? Lexx I gg 'Sw L NZ R' '.,' gg , 5 ,S f Q 5. .1 X ' '-5 -F i f Sf . - 2 Ki . . xff..,. - ,if Eye. .XL'l5RIiY lili1JXX'E'l"1' ll zlltt' aut! fllt' 70 Lloyd liolul Girl Reserves 1153 Ifriendsliip 42, 3, tp: G..fX.C. 41, 2, 3, 454 ,lnnior Play: Senior l'layg Senior SlSIel'S 145, xXvl1lI'1U 1353 Log, lied Crow 145, Rlegaplione 125. '111'1l:2OlJOlQI:Q lJ,XN1"1Jli'11H "The lm-v 'zullu 11111116 1115.3 fil- 1. IIIUIIX 385 li. 222 lintered in Senior Year iroin Yankton, Sonth Dakota. .Hi-Y 145 Q 1iuutl5:tll 1453 Breeze 145. ROBERT 1fH1.1iR'I' "Thu lwuifzx of Hn' t'w111lvz'l141- firm" 21211 Ifdgeeliii N.H.S. 1452 Hi-Y 145: Ad Committee 13, 453 N.F.1,, 12, 3, 45: Nos. 445. XVTLTLJXN GRAU "Klu1ki- t'f1 1m't'fz"' S1 12. 214 Hi-Y 13, 453 Fc t4'1 tl-wall 12, 3, 45 3 1EI1SliCtl?Illl 11, 2, 35 3 Track 11, -, 3, 45: Prom Commit- tee, Band 115. XYILLIQXM HQXNSIQN MTNA? HIC 174It'A' ft? ,1It'.'t'1tiU, 20901 Maydale ia, 45: Nos. my N.l'l.S. 13, 453 Ad Commit- tee 11, 2, 3, 45, Choir 11, 2, 3, 453 -Ivnior 1'l:ty Cast: Sen- ior Play Cast, llreeze Iiditor 1455 Class 'l1rt-asurer 1451 Madrigal 115, 12I'Cl1CS1l'll 11, 253 Cinema 115. FRANK KORACIN SL'I"I'l4'ClllUll.V frzcfld 25651 Lakeland N.Q.S. 145: Noun Movie 13, 45, Breeze Military Editor 125. ARTHYR NEYAR "You Hltlki' 1110 lmxkvf, It'C'1l Hlakv HIC IIUZXCJ' 894 239 St. Hi-Y 13, 453 Bztsketlmll 11, 2, 3, 453 Reel Cross Advisory 145: Student Council 1353 Prom Committee. SINRLEY PAUL "S-zuect and quiet" 26300 Slioreview lintererl in SCJf5l1H11l1,5l'C year frnni Cnlliiiwood Chuir 12, 3, 45: Frienilship 145 3 Senior Sisters 145 3 VVl1irlo 135. IOSEPHINPZ ROBICH H2ilI'Ix'1Ij',Y 01: llzt' gn" 13650 Klereilitli N.ll.S. 13, 45: Class Presi- tlent 11, 25, Secretary 13, 45: l'll'lk'll1lSlllIl 12, 45: SCCl'Ci11l'j' 1353 Stnilr-nt Cunncil 12, 353 SWSl'1'lLl1'j' 1445, .X1l5'lSl5l'y llofll'1l 15, 451 Su'I'X'iCL' 12, 3, 45: ,Xml Cmnmittee 12, 351 Senior Sisters 13, 45, NL'XX'Lt45l1lC1'S 145. Rl'l'iX SQ5lfl5lfR nyiflt' :k'l'VAiilI1f tiff!" . - 1 S215 lx, 2:10 bt, lfnterecl lrmn 'luliii Huy in hlninm' year. l7rieii4lsliip 13, 453 XVl1ll'l15 13, 45' l'oll"1 145 , x. . VIRGINIA SPERL "Ginny" 22425 Sezilirooke Choir C255 Glee Club C155 Friendship C3, 45. JERRY TAR.-XNTINO "Note ilu' fl'FA'lIIIIt1l1 Ivoyx will 1111510 rl L'lIl1lll'L',, Hi-Y C3, 455 Busketlmall Cl, 2, 3, 455 Breeze C355 Sports Editor C45. ROY VVRTG1-IT "Oli, my arlzilzg bark" 94 E. 207 Baseball C455 Dog C45. ELFRIEDA AUER "Never 0 dnl! 1110me11t" 27133 Oriole N.H.S. 6455 N.F.L. 455, President C455 Friendship C2, 3, 45: Log Asoeiate Editor5 G.A.C. Cl, 2, 3, 455 Senior Sisters C355 President C455 Junior Pluyg Service C2, 355 Treasurer C455 Newcomers, Secretary C355 XYhirlo C255 Prom Coinmitteeg Senior Play5 N.Q.S. C45. ROBERT BARTLETT " T110 'Pear' " Hi-Y C455 XVrest1ing C455 Basketball C255 Track C35. 40-W ,XNNlf'1l'1'lf SYRACISE "ll lfll luv' kind lzvrzrl, ,rl1e'l1 'HS-'f' 209111 liuller Ifriendsliip CZ, 3, 455 Red Cross C45. ROBERT XVHITE "He .wld the 'book' " 21930 Lake Shore Blvd. Hi-Y C3, 455 Log C3, 455 Band C1, 25. 'x H 1 3 i 1 110"'i's. 1.- CARQL ANDERSON "CMP Ii?U.C'1'll Ro.W.v" 336 1581515111 Clieerleuder CZ, 3, 45: Senior Sisters C455 NVliir1o C255 Jun- ior P111y5 Senior Pluy Castg Friendship C2, 3, 455 G.L.C. C3, 455 G.:X.C. C1, 2, 355 See- retury C455 Letter C455 Meg- aphone Cl, 2, 355 President C455 Log C455 Choir C1, 2, 3, 455 Breeze C45. YIRGINIA BrXR.fXG.X 'Z-I di1liv1'1'11l om' 1"I'L'l'j' .YLWINOIIVU 331 E. 195 I'ilAlL'11llSl1115 C2, 3, 455 Logg G,L.C. C3, 453 G.A.C. C1, 2, 3, 455 RlCgZl15l1Ol1C C35, Secre- tary C45, Cheerleader C3, 455 Senior Sisters C3, 45: ,lunior l'1z13'5 Student Council C155 Proin Connniltee5 Footlmll At- lCll4lZlll1 C35. Q. .f N' Jim ics 111iCIP1 '1' A, , 918 lt. 230 Ili-Y C355 ,Ml Coinniillem' C35. GEORGE BECK 'Lllfy Gal, Sul" 204 lf. 2116 Entered in sophomore year from Maple Hts. N,A.S.S. 1451 N.H.S. 1453 Hi-Y 13, 453 Football 12, 3, 453 Prom Conimittee3 Choir 12, 3, 453 Baml 1253 Senior Play. CLYDE BlfRNlJS1iN "For flze lvird.r" 218-11 VVCS'f151nl'I Hi-Y 13, -153 Log Stall: 12-ree7e, 1Cl1airman of eclitorial boarf15 1453 Class Vice-Presb mlent 1353 Prom Committee. JAMES BOYLE KKTIIL' C7'00llCl'U 313 E. 219 Hi-Y 13, 453 Football 1-1-5, Class President 145 3 Choir 11, 2, 3, 453 Seale and Triangle 135 3 President 145 3 Senior lllay. VVl1.Ll4XM IZUISNIS 1151111111111 I ll'rPl'l'j'l7'n 51 17 213 Hi-Y 13, 455 VVrest1ing 145. ,IVNIC C.fXRL121iliN "lift ul-zeuvx .rf'1'i11ff umzozzl .lzmen 2115311 S. Lake Shore lllxwl, l"rien1ls11ip 12, 3, 45 2 Choir 11, 2, 3, 453 1.11513 11.A.C. 11, 2, 3, 451 Senior Sisters 13, 453 XVl1irlo 12, 3, 45 3 hlimior Play: l'rom Committee, Megaplione Club 11, 252 Senior l'lay. ANNABELLE BERG hSUNIC1ll7j' lzer prime will come" 26381 Oriole Friendship 12, 3, 453 Logg Breeze 1453 G.A.C. 12, 3, 453 Service 145. ROBERT BITZER "I mini I0 sleep .ro I eau d1'ec111z"' 21750 Prirlay Football 1253 Traek 11, 255 Manager 13, 45: Legg Breezeg Prom Committeeg Senior Play. IJQNALD BRENNAN "Tull, lean and lanky" 502 E. 237 Ifnteretl in sophomore year rrom XN111oughby. Hi-Y 1453 Track 1453 Breeze 1453 Senior Play. DURQTHY BURKE "Size keep.: 'lwlrlvifly' along" 283 lx. 214 N1-1.S. 13, 41, Frienclsliip 12, 3, 453 Logg Breeze 1453 Choir 1453 Service 1253 Treasurer 1253 G..X.C. 11, 2, 3, -152 ,lun- ior Play, Prom Cominitteeg Megaphone Cllllll Senior P1ay3 N.Q.S. 1453 Senior Sisters 13, 45. MARY CLlF1f15Rl5 Kllury, .llury quite emzlraryu 563 Balwlwitl l"rien11s11ip 12, 3, 453 Logg 11.gX.C. 13, 453 Senior Sistersg Megaphone 1453 Polka 145. l PATRICIA COLE "The imma d0esu't mean any- 1 - may 1 thing" C 95 E. 214 if' 5 Friendship Cz, 3, 45, Choir 1 C153 GR. C153 Log3 Breeze ,T 'Qi CV' Z1 C453 G.A.C. C2, 3, 45. f ee - 5 1 f ' ' f e e FLORENCE DE BENEDICTIS "Oli for 'Peter' Sake" 22301 Milton Friendship C2, 3, 453 Log3 G.R. C153 GAC. Cl, 2, 3, 45: Red Cross C1, 2, 3, 45 3 VVl1irlo C353 Student Council C25. TOM DRACH i "ll'l1a1' f1aI'is11'1' lzix ffil'IfI'l.CIldf7U 31 E. 219 N.H.S. C35 President C453 Hi-Y C3, 453 Choir C1, 2, 3, 45 3 Log: Student Council C45 3 Junior Play Castg Newcomers C253 Prom Committeeg Senior A Play. E it, l 4 I C yin' 5 C wer as l 1 i --MV-WV KENNETH EMERTCK ge., One .riztwll guy A, I 19601 S, Lake Shore , Hi-Y C3, 453 Footlrull C3, 453 Breeze C453 Senior Play. ,, , ,,,.,, 'C 5 JAMES FERRO ' E :N , .-Q.,, P z. ngilfll- and .vo -z'ari0zz.r are the A ,.,, b tczxtcx Of IIICIIU M 20980 Fuller ' A, I C N.A.s,S. C453 N.H.s. Ci, 45, U , 1. Football C2, 3, 453 Basketlwall 'iV" , ep C1, 253 Track Ci, 2, 3, 45, ,C A ' Q Legg Choir Cl, 2, 3, 45 3 Recre- ' "" - ation .Committee3 Student i ,,,, Council C25, Treasurer C35, 3 if 1 President C453 Hi-Y C3, 453 H af Senior Play3 Prom Commit- fbigsfg ' if . 35' I i ' 1' if fiiififi-ifkflfiidf 'i 4 1 :SQ 42 - ROBERT CURRY "1'm10ue11i'c .rn berulazex iz blur" 338 E. 238 Hi-Y C3, 453 Football C3, 451 Wfrestling C2, 3, 45 3 Track C2, 3, 453 Breeze C453 Choir C15 3 Student Council C353 Prom Committee. ELEANOR DOXVIS "Her glory 1111, lzer CIL7Zil"n 21005 Crystal Entered in sophomore year lrom hast High. Ifriendsliip C2, 3, 45. ROBERT EASTER "2-l good egg" 205 E. 250 lroutllilll C3, 453 Breeze C453 Student Council C153 Band C1, 25: Senior Play. ALINE ETTIQNGER "ll'ln1f dom ,vile .ree in Iful'-r'c'y."' 154 E. 214 1'i1'1Cl1ClSl1l15 C2, 3, 45 3 Choir C1, 7 -, 3, 45: Log, Cadre. Ci, 2, 3, 453 Ad Committee C3, 453 Service C251 Senior Sisters C3, 453 junior 1'lgiy3 1'rom Com- 111111603 Senior 1712151 Breeze -1 C453 L1.1,.C. C3, 45. NANCY FISCHER "Tuffy in U-r'eryfl11'1n1" 154 li. 22o St. N,H.S. C453 N.l'fI.. Cl, 2, 352 Secretary C453 liriendsliip C2, 3, 453 Log .Xssoeinte lfditorg Breeze C253 Feature lfditor C35 3 lfditorizil Board C45 3 Choir Cl, 2, 3, 453 G.L.C. C2, 3, 453 C.i..X.C. Cl, 2, 353 Letter C453 Senior Sisters C3, 453 Service C2, 3, 453 Megaphone C253 ,lunior Play: Ad Com- n1ittee3 Senior l'lziy3 N.Q,S. C45. GAI1, 1fl'11Zl'1X'1llQlC1i "lfx'1' .Wu 'zvlml you 1111'1111" 280 12. 197 Fl'1L'I1!'lS1'l1II 12, 3, 413 111'1'1'L1' 1413 1'2.1X.C. 12, 31: Sc-rvicc 12, 3, 413 1,l'1l1Y'1 Cummitlccg W'l111'ln 11, 493 S1-1111114 l'l11y. RALPH G,XlQlilf'1lT "HC I'l'l.f'.Y ilu' ligflzf j'1111l41.vf1'1"' 24101 St. Clair Fmltlrall 145, 'llrucli 13, 49g 1 1 NN1'cst1i11g 1.15 Clwir 1-, 3, 453 Senior 1:'lz1y. ,l1.JS1i1.'H l N111 G1 Lf'l'fXNO '14 gffmfl 110' " 20020 111111 N.1'1.S. 1353 Scvrctxlry 1423 F1'11-mlslmip 12, 313 YiC1'-1'rcSi- flcut 141: Chuir 1173 G.L.C. 455 ffm? 4,1 f,,,f.11,. - X QV., . 13, 459 GAC. 11, 2, 3, 4,53 Service 12, 3, 41, 1'rCsi11Cnt 1313 30111111 Sistcrs 13, 453 Ncwcomws 1213 Rc-11 Cwss -1. xg 139 , 1111111-11, 127: Sclmim- mly. 1 RUR JEAN GLESK "The Simlmzl Crflrmil mul I" 181551 11011111111 1'l'l1'l111S11ll'l 12, 3, 413 Lug, 1311-1-26 13, 41, 5111111111 Cunn- 12, 3, 41, .3.1lV1S1rl'y 13111l1'1.1 12, 3, 4Jg S1'1'1'1C1' 12, 3, 49, 111-11 Cruss 12, 3, 453 ,fX4lvisu1'y 101' 5 l...'. 3 I S2 MSW ""'22lfif3Y" wml-1., 155. 11.111'r11.1. 11.111N "Y'l111l .vlfrfu 11111-1' 'I1'11ll"' 2-111111 l,:1lQ1' Sllnrc 1'4r11'l11lsl1111 12, 3, 41, Ling, . , . 1,..X.L. 12, 3, 412 .l1lI1l1lI' l'l:1y, 1'r11111 14Hl11I11111l'1'Q X11-'-"1wI11111u 61 1 , , . l 11, 29, 11, .l.,. L. 13, -Hg S1111111 1'l:1y. ,kt x,. a il gk 'FQ Z -, y wav!" 'N -yw xi YU'- E'- ,va Wil I , I 120111512 GANNER ".1lUl.'i11y flu' yl'Ud6" 21370 S. Lake Slmre 1'1'i1-1111511111 12, 3, 45, G.A.C. 13, 413 Lug. CHARLES GEORGE For Iris 11 jolly gona' fCll01z1"' 212321 XXv1lI111'hI'C Hi-Y 13, 455 Fmmtlrzlll 12, 3, 41 3 1-31180111111 12, 453 Ncwcom- 5 1433 1D1'1JITl Committccg Lug 147: SCH1111' Play. LEROY GIAMPOL1 "1 llfrzv 11 fiulzrrc lzcrv of a girl in Cllivagyo . . ."' 22000 XYest1+ort Hi-Y 13, 453 Baseball 13, 453 rack 111, 1-Xd Committce 3 "C-Qzc 1413 13211111 11, 2, 1. AI. GREENE "llc .wi.1' llzcm 1'u111'i1zg."' R. F. D. Hi-Y 13,41 3 11'1'cst1i11g 12, 453 Vrcczc 1413 C111-1-1'1Q111lc1' 11, 2, 3, 413 ,111ni11r Play: Scniur 1'1'1v . 1 . ,l12'l"1XX HANSEN --111 1--ff " .1 .LL ... 12020 Nk'XX'1Lll1 .X1'C. Y.H,S. 1412 N.F.L. 12, 3, 455 11, 911' Qi 1 13 45 ff, ,"ll1fll' , S 1-rs 1, 5 1'l'11l11 Cl1111111111ClC: ,l1111i1n' Play, bL'l1l1Dl' Play. JOHN HARRELL "fl dark, l1a11d.v0111c '.l111'le of of all f7'l'LdE.Y,U 640 E. 250 St. Hi-Y C3, 453 Choir Cl, 2, 453 LOgQ Student Council C15 3 Vice-President C453 Recreation Committee Chairman C45 3 ,lun- ior Play3 Prom Committee3 Newcomers C453 Senior Play. LORRAINE HERRMANN "fl whiz 011 roller 'ZUllCf'l5U 101 E. 219 St. Friendship C2, 3, 453 G.A.C. Cl, 2, 3, 453 VVhirlo C253 Megaphone C25 3 Log C45 5 Senior Play C45. JAMES HIMES "Eat, drink and make merry" 321 E. 260 St. Hi-Y C3, 453 Football C2, 3, 453 Breeze C45. MARION HRABAK "Har fingers fly along 011 the 1-vo ry 261 E. 246 St. Friendship C2, 3, 453 G.A.C. Cl, 2, 3, 453 Logg Breeze C453 Choir C3, 453 Red Cross Cl, 2, 3, 45. ROGER KIRSCHNICK "Al'zc'ays a clzcery hello" 33807 Lake Shore Blvd. Hi-Y C3, 453 Junior Play. 1 M 2163, -rf XX,-M K. l 1 I l l l l 1 ...VV X. , 5 , ' will 4 X f X C W A M ,sw X .1 m 9 Q4 Bw 24 ,C 441 Xiu X X 'C :V f f X A X C f 1 V42 4 S. . x Saw 1,1 .Cat 0, C. 4-,, . , 1 ffi., -fff W , 4 , :...x,2.X Q , ,, 4:,,,,,, f C 92' N 253-33,2 lx f x, 3 1 X 4 2 1,1141 1:51 ,, y 1, i K X921 4- ff C . W., i .-.ff f '-' i' ali Q09-'H 'Nm' P.'XTRlCl.X HAVVKS ".S'l11i l111111111t'1l 'IUZ-ll! fwff' S5 2150 Sr. Friendship C2, 3, 453 I,OgQ G.L.C. C2, 3. 453 GAC. Cl, 2, 3, 453 Ad Committee Cl, 2, 3, 411 Senior Sisters C3, 453 Proni Committet-3 Megaphone Cl, 253 Junior Play. BONNIE HILL "ll11e.1'f1C1'1'Cfl" 19951 South Lake Shore Boulevard KENT HOOKER HU lI7'Z'L'S 2'l1c111 all" 21380 Edgecliff 1. Hi-Y C3, 453 Choir C3, 453 Basketlfall Cl, 2, 3, 453 Base- llall C1, 2, 3, 455 Log: Stu- dent Council Cl, 453 Prom Committee3 ,lnnior Play3 Sen- ior Play. JEAN KELLY "Nerf to l111.vl?1'fl111ll, I like B1l.vk1'Z'l71Ill"' 824 E. 246 St. Friendship C2, 3,- 453 G.l..C. C453 G.A.C. Cl, 253 Board C553 Vice-President C453 Red Cross Cl, 2, 3, 453 Megaphone C3, 45. STANLEY KOLLAR "l'111'.vily f'1'1'.v11fil1' 111111 'Very IIICL' 110 E. 202 St. lli-Y C3, 453 Footlwall Cl, 2, 3, 453 Basketball Cl, 2, 3, 45: 'llrack Cl, 2, 3, 453 Student Council C153 Chorus Cl, 2, 351 Class Yicc-President C45 3 Sen- ior Play. NORMAN KOZAN "flI41i111f .... II'l1i11' II halve" 23721 Lakeland Blvd. N.A,S.S. 1451 Hi-Y 131 451 Vice-Ijresident, Fwotlvall 12, 3, 45, Breeze 145. RICHARD LIXNESE Milli! I Su Fllllllj'17'i, 166 219 St. N.A.S.S, 145: HPYA 135: Chapter Pres. 145, Iwgmtlwzlll 11, 2, 35, Captain 145, Base- lmall 11, 2, 3, 45, Track 1151 Chllil' 11, 2, 3, 45, Prom Cmn- mittee. Basketball 11, 2, 3, 45. ROGER LOOS ".-llmzytv on Izix mfs in class" 22001 Morris Ave. Baseball 13, 45. PAT LAVO "Not In lu' 1'lllIfI!,VU!ll zviflz flu' smtp" 272151 Mallarfl Avenue il'il'1L'1'I1lSl'l1l5 12, 3, 45, GNC. 11, 2, 3, 45, XN'l1ir1n 135, See- retary-treasnrer 145 , R e cl Cross 11, 2, 35 , Negaplirnie 13, 45. 'l15Slfl'I'I KIAIIUXNIJER 'Ulluy I 1llI'Z'1' lllix gm'2'ullc" 224115 lfflgeeliff Hi-Y 13, 45, llzlsketlnall 135, Seniur Flay. 4, wh' 6 , , , ,, fi X 4 1.5, we ' bf , 1 f ALVIN LA CHANCE "Hi:-rc ynzz ever been to Cqlllllldtl? IVUII, 1'II tell you . ." 33807 Lake Shore Blvd. Hi-Y 13, 45, Basketball 11, 2, 3, 45, Track 13, 45, Choir 11, 25, Seniur Play. CHRISTINE LOOS "The are uf all good sports" 245 216 St. N.H,S. 145, fN.Q.S. 145, Friendship 12, 3, 45, Choir 11, 2, 351 Leg Editor, Breeze 145: GLC. 12, 3, 45: G.A.C. 11, 2, 45 , Advisory Board 135, Ari Committee 12, 3, 45, 5N'hirlo 125: Prom Commit- tee: Senior Sisters 13,45 , ,Inn- ior Play, Senior Play. iiiii il DON LORBIAN '32 K f X F .... . . ,K K W x 4 M Kg by 5, ,,., . , .. , 5 - J' 'Q f, 1 . F i X , JA! 4.2-f-we , fi i' 1' '1 'GO get an adlzlzf' 24705 Hackett Hi-Y 145. FRXNCES RIATTIX iiKllLl"Ix'1I by lim' dnzizvl 485 E. 236 Si, -1 Entereil in snplimnore year Irom Sara Scutt Ifiriemlsliip 145, G.A.C. 145, Vtilka 145, Kfegztplione 145. SHIRLEY XICQUOXYN "Pv1'.w11i1I1'f-x' flux" 281 In. 216 St. Iiriemlship 12, 45, Inter-Club Cmllicilui' 135, Log, Breeze Circulation Manager 145 , G.L.C. 145, G,.X.C. 11, 2, 3, 452 Seniur Sisters 145 , 5Yhirl0 125, Service 12, 35, Pi-uni Committee, N.Q,S. 145, Sen- ior Plav. JAMES McKEE ":lt'fi011, L'llllICl'tIf', 3-15 E. 197 Hi--Y 13, -13 Q Baselmall Mzxnager 13, -135 Movies 11, 2, 33, Manager 1-13 g Ad 1 Committee 133 5 Junior Play: Senior Play. LEONARD MORA "The 'llfom' we see, flzc nmrv " ,VJ ter' lzkv 7-10 252 Entered in sophomore year from St. Bendictine Prom Committee. DONNA MORRIS 'Z-1 cogzstanz' sozzrrv of ,r1n'p1'i.re and dvliglzf' 95 E. 217 N.H.S. 1-13, Friendship 12, 33, President 1-13, Choir 11, 33, Log, G.L.C. 12, -13, Secretary 133, G.A.C. 11, 2, 3, -131 Sen- ior Sisters 13, -13, Ad Com- mittee 1233 Football Queen 1435 Red Cross Advisory Board 1-135 Recreation Com- mittee, Megaphone 113, Cheerleader 13, 43, VVhir1o, Secretary 123, Prom Comit- teeg Senior Play, junior Play. RONALD NICKELS "One of the I1z1dd1'c.v" 21601 Morris Hi-Y 13, 43. JAMES OGILVIE "Sky --lliclzors 1-lrt'e1'gl1f" 26200 Oriole Hi-Y 13, 43, Choir 11, 235 Student Council 113, junior P lay. M' N 1 - tr "ii, . 1 ,ist - ez, . 1 C, 1 f Sf 1 ,i. ,.:,, x J X 1 ., 9 - - 1 l . 7 gs, 5 4. ' 9 f. " .' " 95 1-.. J' sv' . f Semi-1,5 1 1 1 envy, Nm IW HQ AXNNIC XIIQIJFR ".S'l1t".v fluff In lln' lnltivf crafty" 257 li. 2138 G.L.C. 13, -13, lfriendship 12, 3, -131 Choir 11, 2, 3, -13, Log, G..'X,C. 11, 2, 3, -13 g Megztphone, Cheerleader 13, 43 g Vice-l'resi- dent 1433 W'hirlo 1233 Senior Sisters 13, 431 Service 133, junior Play: Senior l'l:1y. DOIQOTHY MORGAN "!11m'g1'v ..., -I 1'lz4'e.r12zf1'gv1' and n 1't'lt'l111ff, .vplil!" 23241 l,,IlliL' Shore N.H.S. 1435 Friendship 12, -13g Log, Choir 11, 2, 3, -13, G.A.C. 143 Student Council 1-131 Senior Sisters 13, 43, 1iA'I'HL1iliN N FQVVTQN "C'f1141u11it1f" 150 li. 21-1 Friendship 12, 3, 43, Log, o.L.c. cn, o.,x.c. 11, 2, 53, President 1-13, Sqrviqg 12' 33 I Senior Sisters 13, -13, Rec- reation Committee, Band 11, 2, 3, 435 Senior Play. .1 ACK OICJICLL 'Ud1'v,' tl full In L'f'4'1"V11IIt'n 1511 lf. 219 Hi-Y 1331 ,l'resident 1-13, lfootlvall 12, -13, llasketlwall 11, 2, 3, -133 Track 11, 3, -13, Class 1'resident 133, JUAN O'NlflLl. Myllillyu 534 lf. 250 lintered in senior year from Klarylxtnd. Friendship 143. MARY LOU 15'11TE1QS UTIIL' 'ffzfll' 111111111 21751 XYi1m15re Senim' Si-ters 1453 I'11lk:1 145 V I R111 NIA l'Ii'11'11E'11 "HN 1'l1t1'1'e.1'f ix 1111 'fl-T15111"' 25351 S11m'ex'iew Entered in S1ip111m1151'e yezu lrmn Shaw. 17rien11:ahip 12, 3, 45, Lugg 1 1 1 breeze 1353 11..-XL. 13, 45' Senior Play. THOMAS RJXMONA "TL me lung, deef' fu1z1'.1"' 20380 131111 Hi-Y 1453 Choir 11, 2, 3, 45. PATRICIA RAPP "Il'.1' 11I'ze115'.v 'Knllur' aroznid Pat" 155 E. 2159 1frien1'1Q11ip 12, 3, 453 Lfilg: 1 xe 1 2 1.1. . 1 , 2, 3, 453 Choir 11, 2, 3, 453 GLC. 13, 453 Prom Cmnmilteeg Iiztskellmll Queen. D15lQ15THY RICAD uI',1I!'11'f.1' ix 1110 xfviff' Of life" 334 131. 193 17rien11s11ip 12, 3, 453 Lug: , . C,h1nr 11, 2, 353 11.x'X.C. 11, 3. 3, 453 Klxumelle 11, 2, 3, 453 iX1ee:1p111n11- 115 3 Sl'Cl'1'1Il1'j' 1.25: A11 Ciminiiltee 12, 3, 453 Iiimnr l'I41v3 1'r1im Cmnniii- 3 11-e 3 Sellim'-11:1y. . 4 -I LO1'1S12 PHDERSON 1I':e11ys 17L'fCIIfl'11b113U 154 Ii. 203 5 1':l11L'l'C11 in s11p11151nure year fi um R1111l1LbU13.. 1:1'1C1111S11115 12, 3, 453 Choir 1453 Breeze 1453 Senior Sis- fs 1453 .3811 Cummittee 13, , 453 R111 Crwss 12, 3, 45. 55, f ' if 1 1 GK RUTH PIERCE " 'I7l,51-51150 .'X'i1111fi11g11le' U . J E. 211 , 1. 5. 145, xr.L. 13, 45g 7 171'iel111s11!ip 1-, 3, 452 Logg e nur Sisters 13, 453 Band 11, 2, 3, 453 Pulku 1453 Or- chestra 11, 2, 3, 45. 1 ,, 1 5 332 AIMQGARET RANDELL WM ",S'lze'.v a 'Bob' by sorkcf' 24840 xtamion ,,"" 1211101611 in suphomore year 3 frmn Czmzidzl. '53 Frien11S11ip 13, 453 Choir 13, 453 1,1mg3 GAC. 1453 Senior Sisters 1-15: Senior Play. 1 1 GLQRIA RAYMOND h.S11IOl'I' Stzzf' 335 E. 232 . 1:I'1Cl111S1l1I5 12, 3, 453 Logg , GHXC. 11, 2, 3, 453 Breeze 135 3 Student Council 1353 Service 12, 35 3 Treasurer 145 3 1 5Y11ir1u 1253 1"ron1 Commit- tee: Senior Sisters 1453 Red 1 CITISS 1 45 . JOAN RFLYEA N S 1111' Izifle mms 101 204 1l1Lll11S1'l1I5 12, 3, 453 GAC. 17 3, -15: Senior Sisters 13, 45 X11 Cuminittee 13, 453 1,11g3 Senior Play. VV.-XLTER ROBERTS "Tile Pldllflillg fyfe C11.r11alI,v in ftrillff' 905 E. 237 Hi-Y C3, 45, Breeze C453 Managing editor. MARGARET ROPES "Better late 1114111 l1C'I'C1'H 164 207 St. G.A.C. C3, 45. DON SCHUTT "The good IIHIIIOI' IIILIII in fer- sou-" 21400 South Lake Shore Hi-Y C3, 453 Choir Cl, 2, 3, 453 Student Council Cl, 253 Advisory Board C3, 455 Log, Junior Play, Prom Commit- teeg Senior Play, N.Q.S. PATRICIA SPERL "Over there" 22425 Sealirooke Friendship C453 Choir Cl, 2, 3, 45: Log. PAUL STEGKAMPER "He and his zt'0111c11" 21600 Kennison Hi-Y C3, 453 Football Cl, 2, 3, 45, Basketball Cl, 2, 3, 45, Baseball Cl, 2, 3, 45, Choir Cl, Z, 3, 45, Class Treasurer C45. QW" X X,,,JA NN IJOROTIIY ROJIEICK ".5'l1t".v '1'l111rk' full uf fltlffli- Ht AA 201111 Xxiestlmrt Ifrientlsliip 145, Choir C15 3 Red Cross 4135. lil? SJXYXVELL UJIIXC fltlllll lid" 120 lf, 220 Hi-Y C3, 453 XYrestling C455 Breeze C453 XX'hirlo C45. S'lllfLL.'X SLOKAR "ft't111 111111 Slffllu 894 E. 237 Friendship C2, 35, Secretary C453 Log, Ad Committee C35, Vice-Chairman C455 C1.L,C. C3, 45: Cr.A.C. Cl, 2, 3, 45 3 Senior Sisters C3, 45, Polka C455 Service C2, 3, 45, Wfhirlo C25. FLORENCE STARINA "'Tyfu'11u1'ilv1"x Blldtlljln 40 217. Breeze Cl, 2, 35 g Friendship C45 3 G.A.C. C15 g Megaphone Cl, 25. B,-XRBARA ANN STONE "I11tcllig1v11f .1Il!IIIUI'l..Vfi, 20303 Lake Shore Blvd. N,H.S. C3, 45: N,F,L. C1, 2, 45: Secretary C353 Friendship C2, 3, 45g Log, Choir Cl, 2, 3, 453 G.L.C. C2, 3, 45: G..-X.C. Cl, 2, 3, 45 3 ,lunior Playg Sen- ior Sisters C3, 45 g XVhirlo C25 3 Prom Committee, Senior Play. M.XRTH,X STONFR ",S'l11".v 11111116 ll 111111111 for 111'1'- .V1'1f"' 23281 Lillie Shure Tllnl. lilllfflibfl in simpliuimm- yeilr Irum New CCrllCC11'C1 N.H.S. C413 1'1I'lCll11S-11111 CS, 413 G.l,.C. C413 Cl,rX.C. C3. 413 M11jm'c-tres C413 Senior Sisters CS, 41. RONALD STROBFL "I1'.v 11 f11fffn'1' 1.1111 11'z'1'1' 1111111 . . 21430 Tracy Eutereil in c1111li11im11'e ye.u from Lust Tech Hi-Y C3, 413 llzmslcetlmll C-11: Bnselwall C312 Czmptaiu C41. ISICTTY SKMNER "Tim zzzrcxt fl1i11g1x EOIIIL' ill, .v111aII f111'kagcs." 370 248 Fiienclship C2, 3, 413 Logg G.I,.C. CZ, 31, PI'CSlClCll1 C413 G,1X.C. Cl, 2, 3, 41: Ad Com- mittee C2, 3, 413 x1Cg2ll111OI1C Cl, 212 Senior Sisters C3, 413 ufuninr 1'lay3 Klny Queen C312 Recrezxtifm Committee C413 Seniur Play. K1.'11QCV11'1R1":,11 YAXN GILST f'lj1'1113f11'11Ily ll 1'1'C11f17I'C 111 .V-zufmzz 1111111 .f11l111.v1111" 154 E. 207 1'4I'lL'1111sl1i1'1 C313 Chmir C113 R01 Crwss Cl, 2, 3, BETTY 1'C1TY1'li.X "!1'1'1'y '11l'u'11y.r' " 207 li. 271 I'lI'lCll4lbl1ll1 C2, 3, 412 1,1121 41.1-X.C. C3, 41. 3 . pf' 'CN 4? 125 1, f 2 - , 'Mm X313 '41, ,g 3- 'f ' - www mv, ,E f 1 frm 1 3 1, VW 1 I f 2 X Q1 ,1 r HERISERT STRAIN "11'U1f, f UNI' 111 .x'1'1I1.10f f0l' 1116 Tx'l'L'.YfIl'Ilfl 1111'1'1,r."' 118 E. 205 lfiitered in sc1pli111m1re year from huclifl Central. ,1miic,1r Plz1y3 Pmm Commit- ICC3 Hi-Y C3, 413 Ifwtliyall C3, 413 1X'restli1ig C2, 3, 41, EDXYARD SCLLIYAN 0.4 IIICIII of LIUCCOII, 1101 -rco1'd5" 161 E. 201 Ifutereml in sopliomure year frcim Paducah. H1-Y C3, 41: Fimtlwall C2, 3, 41 3 Basketball C2, 3, 41 3 Track C2, 3, 413 Treasurer C413 PITIIT1 Cnmmittec-, PJXTRICTA TELLER l'P11z'11f ,ll'I!X1ZL'.N' 'll Sf1111"' 130 E. 100 Friem1Ship C2, 3, 413 Choir C413 Logg GH-XC. Cl, 2, 3, 413 Service C3, 413 XX'liirlo C315 Prom Committee. DONNA YOIQLKIQR "Sl11' 111117111 1.11 e'tII'Ij'U 263 In. 238 lfriemliliip CZ, 3, 413 LOgQ GAC. C3, 41. HIQNRY XXQXGNER "T!1v ,lI11.v1'1'1'1111" 7231 E. 240 1Yreslliiig C311 Band C1, 2, 313 Orchestra Cl1. ANGIE XX'.X'IllilQXYrXSH dc-'llI'1j'U 20256 XYe5tport Frieiirlsliip K-lj 5 Red Cross 123. MARY NYIQLLINGTON 'HC3' !-'z'zI.v, 'zvlzaffv llzv lfzlv.vi."' 84 li. 220 Frieiimlship 62, 3, -lj 3 Chuir 13, UQ G.fX.C. fl, 2, 3, -UQ lmgg Breeze 1353 Seniur Sisters Q-U3 Xlegziphuiie 62, 355 Kewl Cross f2, 3, -llg Primi Cum- nitteeg Senior Play. ,lL'Nlf XYINZER "TIM 'Dzlf'l1v.x'.v' " 22400 Sfixlrruuke Friemlsliip 1-ljg Choir C353 Breeze f27. JEAN YAl.lBERSlCH "Hmm .vlzv rim fltllkllfv, 927 237 St. Entered iii Junior year frum John Hay. Frieiirlsliip C-ll Q Polka 145, ?resiclent I-ll 3 Choir C-lj g Lug. RICH.-XRD ELY "Bark from flm roi'-:'1ii1" 2243-l Seabrooke Are. ,.,1k: A N .I N' fl' Z x , we V 5 1 v-,, A ., +- 251-. " 'A " . Q' X., f . QA f ' ' we 4 X, l ' 3.27 , S fa 5 , wig f- A 2 x 2 A gf' may W7 A' . ie l l ' ,e ee l l 1 l 'E QQ ,i XX'ILI,l.XXI xxxxyrizs Q? , "ll: ur" 254 111. 250 sr. I W Chun! lg' 435 Kewl Crnss 127. ,lL'l JY XYILKINSUN "Her .rise ix quite 1111 1Id'Z'1llIfrIjjC zu 4'c'l'flI-Ill i'z1'n1111z.rii111ws" 282 li. 208 St. Frieiiflshili 12, 3, 455 N.H'S. ifllg ,lll'L'1lSlll'L'1' 4-ljg Chvil- fl -l-149, Life, c,1,e H 4,- u .V . . . L, , f,f.A.C. lil, 2, 5. -ll: Service -ll: becretziry 1335 Sgnimf 5l5tC1'9v 452 Newciimers VU? llhlflfl ffl: l"1'4m1 Cum- mitteeg Seiiiiir 12111515 N118 C471 ,luiimr Play. XY.-XNDX XYOJC llfCH OXYSKI MKIIWIUII by IIVI' IIKIIIIFU Fliiiure Drive Frienflship C-lj g Rell Cross KZJ HOXYXRIJ KING 'L-11111 H16 jlIAI'I.V .v-zm011" 26131 Oriule ,Xie Hi-Y HJ. Supply sergezuit, U. b. .Xrmy .Xir Curps, Uveraezis iluty ni lfimqie 213 years, Junior Class Personality Poll Bust jwrsolzalify ....,.., .,,,,,,. Hurt rltlzlcfc' ........ Prctticsz' Eyes .s... Nt't1ft'Sf ..,... 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THOSE NUT PICTURED Richard Altknecht Elizabeth Blackwell Augustine Criado Frank hloranko Richard Possington Evelyn Phillips Katherine VonHof Fred Andreucci Gloria Arvay Calvin Barclay Xvllliiilll Erb Nkfillred Everett Gerald Keyes Gladys Lcfmi-fit Anthony Miklavic Robert Miller Wiard Nolan James Powell Pauline Salanitro Robert Williains Richard Crowell FORMAL TIME Junwr Hlgh Firxt ru'zv.' G. XN'z1lluce, G. Srhlaucli, K. Hulmnis, M. Bellet, R. Setrnn. Svrmzd row: R. Bailey, XY. Eyron, C. Damuto, A. Taraiitino, L, NVill1L-lm, C. XN':1terwz1Sl1 D. lameson, F. Falvec, li. Clavan. it 1 Q Third fow: J. Torrey, D. VVest, R. 'l'hrz1sl'1ei', J. Byrum, H. VVelCl1, M. McVeen, li. Pollock, VV. Arnrlt, VV. Tollman. Fourtlz row: C. Nelson, M. NY. Hollylielml, P. Toth, J. Mathews, G. DeYz1ull, B. Key, M. Sul- strom, R. Nullick. Ififilz row: S. Shields, D. Funk, G. Menller, C. Morgan, F. Powell, J. XAr7l'lllQCSlllC, C. Fill- singer, j. NVise. Sirflz Vatu: B. Shilllcy, R. lngraham, R. Campbell, R. Payne, G. Gresslcy. Sv-z'v11fl1 row: R. Buchta, R. Tiitany, Tirnoney, B. Van Sier. MISS PIERS ON 7A Firxf row: C. Crockett, D. Auer, B. Hzlywoocl, Vl. Zevin, ll. xYlll'llCl', D. Frzllwrttto, F. Gietunt ,.. Q f I. Svvolzd r0'zu.' K. SHl1f'lSlIl'UIN, A. Dclieneclictns, M. Anflc-rsoii, N. XYz1ll:1ug, M.F11l+er, D. Mesojedic, M. Palict, C. Hanks, F. Martin. Third row: D. Trehec, D. Krane, T. Bernlizirmly, B. Rider, G. Mcllherson, N. Follis, D. Blossom, R. Keating, T. Mason. Fonrllz row: l. Anderson, l. Huddleston, B. Lindsay, G. Gressley, li. lialtenlmacli, C. Bow- man, E. Wittine, G. Arendt. Page Forty-fi7'c MISS GILLRIAN SB I7i1'slV1'u,1u.' R. Brown, I. Ifelrhnun, KI. Shulson, D. Yfilson, M. De Benedietus, R. Cieerelli R. beaman. v Serond rote: K. Moeller, G. Rosenthal, G. Shepard, D. Burke, D. Holzheimer, R. Berndt W. Foster, J. Guarino, C. Kuehn. Tlzird ro-zu: M. LeBretton, P. Kramer, I. Grilnlmons, QXI. Read, B. Wise, E. Yovanne, K. Bates J. Frost, J. Poeh, J. Jackson, B. Hoffman. Fozrrilz 1'0'zv: R. Guest, K. Roberts, C. Strauss, G. Gardner, F. Longo, D. McPherson, R. VVi4lowski, R. Augustine. Fzffflz row: B. McGz1r, T, Spoeri, G. Greaves, L. Katnik, B. Schurlel, J. Thompson, M. Parenti, B. Sherman. Szlrflz ru'zt': H. Henry, B, Hagen, E. Ionnssen, E. Hollison, I. Pitroski, KI. Cartlinztle, K. Koch, D. Chastain, C. S2ll'1I1SfI'OlU, D. Colztntonio, M. Hyrnm. .54C'Z'ClIflI ro-zv.' S. Pettit, G. Lehztr, N. Seheidenvzurtel, B. Klztrruecini, H. Longo, C, Kfower J. Toth, B. Troup, F. Shcottke, N. Nelson, K. Sturm. I u Eiglzilz ro'zu.' J. Sabini, C. Ropes, L. Parr, M. Krecic, N. Demeter, D. Domenik. Page Forty-six MISS XNO O DXVO RT H XA 1'll'.Vf 1'U'Zx'.' l' XX'ilsun, Xl. A. lilcin, D. Calalwrcsc, C. Znimlarsic, lf. llngzuiicm, li. limi A. Guinta, J. Blood, ul. Greve. .Scumzzl rirzu: R. Rl2l.Il1lCClll, Xl. A. Hulalrc-n, E. XXvlllflU2l.flC, A. Meyers, K. Sullivan, nl. Christi, phcr, ll. Dixun, F. liulficek, I. Szmkcy, lf. Ropcs. lull Tlzirzl 1'u'zu: Xl. PCllCI'Sllll, M. Czllulvrcsc, D. Earl, G. llrziscli, M. liggcr, l'. Swlnn, XX7. XXQ11 ner, Xl. Scllwy, R. Cliristuplicr, li. Hauser, li. Nulml-Q, P. Sln-plizml, J. XX'wml1'11lT, T l'uixi C Ycl ' ' ' ' l v ' l ' t l l.'11 i 25 gig, GIRL RESERYES 1.4 -mn, XX. lxartinzin, XX". Ling SLIX, ll. lxlzunncins, Q. Rlzxrick, li, llcviiic. - - f v 1 i 1 +417-N13 ei 'izifff 23 4 4 .., , 4 . I'zr.vI l'U'Zx'.' lf. Xlncllur, ll. McGinnis, VI. Murris, nl, Luylqc, S. 'llowscy, li. Xlziyliclil, N. Ilrg 4 ,, ' - ,. Q , S 'wx 42' -ev X ' mf Q? . LK ' 9 Y ,Y . ' s X il l Luv-A---...Nga X X g -A I X 2 in ll X mum M Ci V "'- 4. il ' , , , . Lasher, C. Str-glcainpw. Third rn':v.' C. Knox, Xl. Thmnils. ,l. Hugg- J. llucklcl, li. Riclicnlmrmlc, J, O'Ncill, XY. liitl- pzmtrick, J. Mcliniglit, N. Mitclic-ll. Fazrrflz m-zv.' N. illl1l'llS, N. XX"ill, N. Sclron, Rl. Hullylmush, L. Kollur, lf. Krunzci, G. Ritch- ings, N. XXlL11'c', P. Collins. Page Fo rty-sewn ich Svfolzcl 1'u'zv.' N. l'lCl'Sl1llCl'gCl', ll. Rcpicliy, Y. lizunnni, D. Clzu'1'ic1mtQS, L. .XliL'l'1llll'll1, Xl. RANDOM SHOTS 1 IUNIOR PLAY MQUDLECTION STAFF 2 ST. PAXTRICICS DANCE KING-CHUCK HILL 3 LOYF BLOSSORIS BETXYEEN PAM AND JERRY NORTH 4 THE TALL AND SHORT OF IT ALL! 5 LYNCH IN YF OLDE C.XFF'lxERl ,X Pago Forty-right AROUND SHORE 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Plirlfli MIHELIC, VETUS SYRA- CL'Sli, BOB XYRIGHT 2 HILJXRIOLYS MOMENT SIN "MR, AND MRS. NORTH " 3 HMURDERV' MULLINS SAYS ! 4 A FAMILTAR PORTAL OF SHORE 5 THE JUNIOR HIGH CHEF CLUB AT womc. Page Forty-nine E-.. GIRLS the boys adored P00 , , Of' .1 1,1 '- . ff' v I I lifxjljv g1A'XXljf -' Ary, ' J Af IV I ASX ' A '. X161 I wdffjjxljxl I AT 4 A l4x?y 'Sv 0,x5 VL U4 jf, , Q xx ,mf f 'X lv W Xxx! I, A J1J1:,f?, , 3' ' VW ' xv mgxxyx Z W M 'wir 'hifi gig, Q 1 ll, 1,1 Wwf 1 M If ,, 1 vfmw ffw' , Wg, ff 'J , 7 5' yffjf 4 1.1 I fiwfff 1 f,,,!f m f f 7, ff il f , ,W 1 1 1 If 1 ,, ' 1 ,f,, 0' , W1 fiwfl 14 4 fff I U ,fy . -fx' 'Xxx , , LQ X , VX-N XXX Xi X.AXxX QT ., YYY 4' . X XXLX - fav, x W VV . A, ,yr vi SUN . AL. ' 5vxX4 f 'Q 1 , Li' Q1 EV Pagc Fifty S-wW4.,,. WRESTLING U10 GYM Q0 4245 i"xr."'1 i Firxf ru-zt': B. Stone, D. Klorgan, D. Norris, J. NVilkinson, T. Drach, nl. Gietano, .l. Robich, D. Burke, C. Loos. .blfifllld nrzw N. Fischer, M. Stoner, S. Gran, K. lloschell, Y. Hansen, E. Auer, D. Rini, D. Spangler, R. Pierce. Third ruzu: Mr. W'hiteside, J. Mayer, J. Ferro, G. Beck, B. Ehlert, D. McLean, ul. Vlfeber, L. Molner, VV. Hansen, R. VVach. National Honor Society Those who are high in the attributes of Leadership. Scholarship, Service and Character are eligible for membership in the highest honorary organization that Shore High School can ollfer. The members of the National Honor Society are elected from the upper third of the Junior and Senior classes. In February the Society holds an initiation ceremony at which the new members are elected. Mr. VVhiteside and the members remaining from the past year are in charge of conducting this assembly. PRES.: TOM DRACH N ll ll Nl I V93-HHN " Ivfmmr nk TRTLAS.: JUDY WILKINSON SEC.: IO GIETANG I silk f , V ' !i ., ff'1'vnM'-'I-2f- if E Sudini' , .,,,,,, if-.Ig , ,M H -gf-'rf' I ,' Q., it :ff - 'iflflii . ,Q +4 E' it I pm .rj A A ,vi I "fi, l'm1c i Fiffv tu ' ' ,.., PRES-f ELFRIEDA AUER SEC.: NANCY riseniaiz 'ex ,....1 , f'..-' . Axel . -QA l National Forensic League With a scholastic rating in the upper third of his class, and twenty public speaking and inter-scholastic debate points, a student may become a member of the National Forensic League. An additional thirty points entitles one to hold the degree of Merit, a total of one hundred means the degree of Honor, while a total of two hundred points bring the highest degree, the degree of Distinction. Mr. Baumer believes that this year's squad will carry on the traditions of line debating and speaking, for there are many outstanding speakers in the group. First row: B. Lux, I. Manley, B. Stone, E. Auer, N. Fischer, R. Pierce, Y. Hansen, G. Sherman. Second row: J. W'essel, B. Hansen, Mr. Baumer, J. NVest, B. Ehlert. ir Page Fifty-tlzrcc' Firxl ro'zv.' B. Ehlert, lil. Amer, J. Wlilkiusoit, G. Rztymond, l,J, Schutt. Semzzd ru-ze: S. xlCQl1tiNX'Il, C. Loos, N. Fischer, D. Burke, ,l. Scliulmeister, National Quill and Scroll ClL1lSl21111'llI1Q journalistic work is recoguizefl by the grant of membership in National Quill and Scroll. Students who are in the upper third of their Classes .mil have clrme superior work for the llreeze or Annual are qualiliecl for membership. Mr. Vztuglm selects those on the lireexe stall who he feels have clone exceptional work, while Mr. Augene selects the best lztleiit from the Aimuzll Stall. lf the example of the stucle11t's work which is sent to national lieaflquztrters is ztpproverl, the student then becomes at member of the organization. 'KP , l 'ws N . wg L "X, . -'1 f V - F.- -.f -jen + .wg 2 .V ' if. I '1 X 4 E 125,42 1:31 'f .. ..,,M,, Page Fifty-four 'l'ltIlxl'.l:f Ad Committee The Ad Committee is an invaluable organization in the school. Pre-sale of tickets for all football and basketball games is handled by the committees mem- bers. These games, westling meets, and the enormous task of running the District and Sectional Basketball Tournament, are the responsibility of these students, under the supervision of the athletic manager, Mr. Spangler. People are chosen for this committee only if they are dependable, have good scholarship, and are not on the team. The Ad Committee is strictly a service to the school, and the only social event is the annual banquet held in the spring, celebrating the end of their duties for the year. Clzaiivzzazz ........,,,.. ,,.,., C .LYDE l3ERNDs1iN I'ice-Clzairmaur ,..,,.,,,..... STFLLA S1,oKAR Secretary .,.,........,. ,,,, ANET Scn ULixiiQisT1f3R Firtrt rote: P. Hawks, A. Ettenger, I. Schulmeister, S. Grau, C. Loos, B. Sumner, bl. Hauser. Stroud rote: N. Fischer, J. Relyea, D. Read, TE, Langa, S. Slokar, D. Spangler, lil. Rini, L. Martin, L. Pedersen. Third raw: C. Ramona, E. Stibich, P, Savage, J. Tarantino, Cf. Sherman, L. Molnar, I. VVeher, Hr. Spangler, Fuzzrflz r0'zu.' D. Auckland, C. llernzlscn, B. Hansen, E. Schewell, L. Giampoli, H lfhlert, ul. McKee, NY. Brahms, F.- N l l 'Wa ,SQ f M -. ,osx if 4 Q .er t'-ft ' 2? wit X c ,C i Page Fifty-fifve .1 , 5 ! y K 3 E E JPndUNv....,. l7ir.vt 1'im'.' gl, Glcsk, I. Ferro, Miss Lemon, P. Anderson, I. Rohich. St'L'Olld r0rzt'.' B. Steele, J. Harrell, D. Schutt, R. jcuz. Student Council Advisory Board .lust as each club must have its advisor, the Student Council selects a complete advisory board. On this board the cabinet and honorziry members are regular members who have shown unusual ability. lt is these students' duty tc formulate the plans of the council and to sec that they are carried nut. Miss Lemon directs and aids the board. V737 'ii Page Fifty-.vit f Vmei Firxf 1'0'zt': D. XVilk, Rl. Kozan, R. nlenz, I. Harrell, ul. Ferro, P. Anderson, J. lui, S. Gran, F. Hauser. ' Semlid rare: Ul. Zevin, C. Johnson, B. Classen, B. Springer, bl. Kozan, rl. Glesk, Bl. lloiic C. Ament, D. Morgan, D. Samuels, A, Mayer, K. Stnrn, R. Setron. Third l'0'ZU.' B. Thompson, B. Steele, F. McLean, C. llarclay, XYeichelt, D Schu Page Fifty-scvvn Drach, F. Fondran, E. Shulson. Student Council The Student Council is an organization which represents the whole student body. Each home room elects a boy or girl which in turn participates in the meetings. Any student becoming dissatisfied with some activity in the school, reports it to the council. This is the most important organization in the school and it is under the capable leadership of Miss Lemon. Prcsidcizz' .......... . .......... lim Fi5RRo li'iirc-Pivsidrzzf ...... ........,.. V lacii ll.ixRruf3i,i, Scc1'cfa1'y ........ ...... D TosL31'H1Ni5 Roisicu V. ..., . ,W E E 1 l for ' 4 ,X L, . 1 Dv ,,..fX,,. t O ., Y l xl .xv up OX f' 1 2 f Service Club P1'1'5i11'U11i ,,,.,,,,..,, ,,,,, l 'J41R4'1'1'llY lQlNI lyvltit'-!'7I'c'5llIlc'lIlL .. ..... Mxiuyii KOZAN ,S'ct'1'1'!111"v .,,v, ,.,.. v TOANNLQ l3.1N1 Tl'L'LlSlH'r'I' .... E1,I"KIlCl5.'X AVESP: Many uf the tzislcs that were formerly put wtf tn' neglected zirnund Slmre zire nmv carefully attended to hy the Service Club. 'lhere are 'tllustessesn situated :at prfinninent places in the niziin cmsirricilrn' to direct visitors rind strznigers to the cittice and tu utter any other help that they cam. Each year, under the guidance of Miss Campbell, the organi- zzitiun has S1'101lSUl'Cf'l fi drive tn raise nifiney fur stumps so thzit the Slmre Servicemen will receive the "Breeze" every week, and mzniy uther services fruni which present students Lind alumni benefit. l'l1.Xl 1'11:.': I.. Martin, C. Stegkzmiper, -I. Rini, M. Kuzzin, D, Rini, E. Aucr, -I. Gietnnti, I -I, NX'ilkinsun, l. lireiltich, .L l'.A S'v'11111l rm" Y. Fischer, Fl. Clarke, G. lizlymnnil, S. Jones, .l. lluzgili, C. -lenliins, S. l"crry, C fireeves, il. llncttner, M. lxiiiiizniiuii, al. Kulwicli. i"l1i1'1l 1'11-zu: M. Flemming, A. Berg, G. lfitzpzitricli, J. Glesk, j. -lnlyzm, -I. Sclinlxieister, li. jainy, K. Ferru. 1711111711 l'll'Ik'.' ll. Spznigler, P, Lznigiliin, ll. Will, J. Ltiyke. If. llzniser, S, Gran, Z. iXn1lers1ni, li. Pierce, l". Teller, L. XYel1l1, S. Slfilczir, li, l.Irt1ckm:ni, fb THEY? .s I Q' , 4.510 P11110 Fifiy-4'1A11l1f i . ' 1 l it J .,, 4'-wg 444,- M is -pg. Iiirxf row: A. Browett, L. Pederson, ul. Carlgren, M. Kozan, E. Auer, M. Kinnamon, M Vlfellington, J. Conly, J. VVilkinson. Seruizd row: J. Gietano, J. Relyea, A. Jennison, D. Paliet, M. Stoner, Y. Hansen, V. Baraga D. Morris, I. Robich, M. Clifford, G. Raymond. Tlzira' row: B. Sumner, P. Hawks, A. Ettenger, K. Newton, B. Stone, S. McQuown, M Randell, D. Morgan, S. Slokar, S. Paul, D. VVoelker, D. Christopher, P. Long, A Meder, C. Loos. Furzirflz row: M. Otters, N. Fischer, R. Ienz, D. Burke, C. Anderson, D. Cergol, V. Smith J. McQuigan, D. Rini, S. Gran, R. Pierce. Senior Sisters The Senior Sisters was organized three years ago for the pur- pose of helping the Freshman girls to make a happy and satisfac- tory adjustment to high school life. The senior girls are chosen, according to their qualifications by Miss Pierson and Miss Al- brecht, the sponsors of the organization. Miss Albrecht states, "The girls chosen are the cream of the crop." President ............. .............. E LFJUIQDA AUER T'irc-Presidczzf ........................ RTARTHA TQINNAMON Sccrefarlv and Trc0.r:n'm' .................. lllARGE TQOZAN Page Fifty-nine Log Business Start: The quality of any annual greatly depends upon the work of the lflusiness Starr, for, to the Business Staff is assigned the task of raising money. This is done principally by means of subscrip- tions, advertisements and boosters. Members of this start trudge tirelessly from dealer to dealer, seeking promises for ads, and then trudge some more to collect the money from those who have promised. Although entirely indispensible. the staff enjoys little of the glory of directing othersg each individual must work, and work hard. Directing this important work is Miss Phypers, and We thank her sincerely for her able help and guidance. U First row: H. Hahn, P. Hawks, A. Ettenger, Rl. NVellington, A. lierg. Svroizcl roizu: D. Read, G. Raymond, J. Relyea, P. Cole, A. Browett, ,l. Carlgren, B. Sumner. Tlzird rofzu: P. VVright, J. Harrell, B. Eitzer, D. Schutt, ll. VX'hite, P. Anderson, bl. Hough. Fozzrilz ruru: C. Anderson, M. Hralvak, P. Teller, I. Conly, V. Pettet, ll. Randall, J. Glesk, F. DeBc-nedictus, L. Herman, D. Morgan. .wwf 1 ,' W. .gs ,QJ ,fi- 'M 3 A x J' K 4: 45 4, Us ev ,...f , " 'E if l x . rg' . i . 532 A ...za " ' ity .. .Q X iilfgi X 1 ,t gary 3354- 1- st 1' n' 4' 'ga 1 - gfgyisbg 4 ' 3. - gg - 11.5. .4 A6 1 5 .. . 3 L , Q ' ' ' H' Page Sixty 1 'Vi NW' YZ? my we lex' f '- i1 if it ' gas f 5 41,1 'lv' l fi, T' f ' s gf f N ip . I W, Ax -5 sf. I J 2 W 2.q,,,e . tres . , Ke Firrt ro-zu: T. Drach, B. Stone, I. Wilkiiisoii, K. Newton, J. Ferro. Second rote: E. Auer, S. lXlcQuovvn, D. Morris, Y. Hansen, M. VValters, A. Meder, S. qlolnr Third rote: R. Pierce, N. Fischer, V. Baraga, D. Burke, C. Loos. Page Sixty-one . Log Editorial StafF Editor .... . .....CH1t1sT1NE Loos Plzofograjilzy .... ...... E LFRIEDA AUER . ..... NANCY Fiscniia f0'lL7'770HS77li , Each year the Editorial Stai accepts a challenge-the chal- lenge of making a bigger and better annual. The accomplishment of this goal can be attained only if everyone cooperates. Even with this cooperation, however, the publication of an annual requires long hoursof work on the part of everyone. Decisions constantly confront the staff: what paper shall we use, what kind of printing do we want, how many pages can we afford, to mention only a few. Perhaps the most important prob- lem is that of fairly representing the entire school, and making the entire annual interesting to as many people as possible. Breeze Staff' Due to the cooperation and hard work of all its staff members. the Breeze has again excelled in high school edition. The National Scholastic Press Associatifvn has awarded the Shore Breeze a first class honor rating. The Breeze boasts 550 eager subscribers and despite the ending of the war it still has a mailing list of over 250 servicemen. Mr. Vaughn is the faculty advisor of the paper. lst Semester Ediim'-llill Hansen Znd Semester Editorial B0ara'ANaney Fischer, Jill -lulyan, Aline Ettenger, Clyde Berndsen, Chairman 'sf row: P. Ccmle, C. Anderson, D. Burke, I. Glusk, Xl. Hralrak, L. Pederson, A. Berg. Vruazd row: N. Fischer, C. Lows, A. lennison, IJ Paliet, 5. McQuown, nl. Schulmeister, bl. Julyan, A. Ettenger, S. Gran, G. Fitzpatricli, S. Slulcar. inf ru'zu.' XY. Kwhcrts, B. Saywell, B. Bitzer, C. Berndsen, B. Hansen, J. Tarantino, L tliampwli, j. Himes, T. Dan1'm'tl1, T". Koracin. Mr. Yaughn. Q PN D W arm- P11110 Sift v-two ce:-ned woman: Huh Ui-nnott, i l lp l l li i i l i r Gorfklcl and Shore i War Chest Drive fangfe F91 To B6 Conducfed Ae :uso P.M. T oday Occ I7 and re wa... xxw, swim 4 i Fviuyi Osman az, was 7 Euclid School Enrollment Up 2009 over i940 Present Enrollment in' All Schools, 5139: EVN! Room in Use By Bill Hansen With the rmzwrrfw U-1-'ll' mgnl nf 5,139 atuflrlifs, ilu Plu- clid school syslv.-in hm- undue- au- increagy nf 510 pupils liver lair! your and 2.009 over thv 12140 enrollment. All sclzum-lf kiwi- ai boon of incoming pupil: wlfmril must be coped with in the pw?- ent existing cmidiuons, Every room in each of tlw five Euqlid yqhnnlx ir filled Z0 capacity, Even formrr rimxns ihat ive-rv use-ml for stnrzwx' ami the like have been ra-convl-rim! into class rooms to cure for xml added loud. A Kindergartens have experi- vnced the greatest grain in en- rollments. Thu high school gain has beun ratlier low conipzu-ed with this kinderpzzuu-ii gain. Reference- to the birihrrnes. however, show that during the 1930's the births were low. These are the students- that uw now in the high school. Cum- parativcly, the lnl'!lir.uv five years ago xvas ve-ry high. in-:iw the influx of many liindergarv ten students. ' With such large L-nrollnxents. Euclid school boards have in-mi able to maintain an ewtrenm-ly stable attendance record. High school students have the high, 'est average of attendance but the elementary grades and the kindergarten also have high percentages, At Shore ilw :it- tendance for the high school W88 97.55'f and for the ole' mcntary school 91i.tI9'. for the imonth of Sf-plembe-r. ll, , V li I il l 3, ll l i V l I Any new students in the Eu- clid area will meet with con- siderable difficully because of crowded conditions. Plans for the new high school will be a pressing issue from now on. War Chest Drive, October I7 ancl I8 War Chest contributions will he collected at Shore in an my day campaign next Wednesday and Thursday. Miss Edith Lemon is in vharuc and will be assisted by homeroom teachers and home- room council representatives, "Although there is no set zzoal this year," stated Mix l-f'm0h. "I hope all students and teachers will give as freely as they can." A goal of 3700 was topped with S839 in student contribu- tions last year. Teachers and custodians added another S331 for a total of 81.070, Before the war students made token contributions, but during lhe war the increased .nc-ed caused increased contributions, Yfihore High School, Euclid, Ohio lYou're Not Seeing Double or ' l Cross-eyed- lt's Just Mike and llce l Many Shaveiiea have been wonder- iing lately if they :are be-coming cron- leycd nr juli 821508 double. After all, lwlhen you Ace TWO lb r n w n corduroy :jackets and TWO plaid shirts go down 'the Hall at ones, lyou do begin wonder! Don't w o r r though. You jun! caught night ol Ike Sand Make. Then 1 freshmen bong I lx e i r jackets gekher, but th e i r other idenlical fel- tures are all acci- dental. Their ba.n'gs and shoulder hubs lure stylirinh, every- one wears "mace" and plaid shirts, and Wpinll shell - rimmed lglaues are vogue. These g i v l s com- bined all of these at one time and in no ldoing became Ike and Mike. Even the faculty l i l I 2 l '23 i I I 1 l 0 l l l i l l i l 1 l has become confused. Mr, Schwrgler had lo give them an admit ione day and u-nt ix up with ilu- wrirdo "Pl:-are admit Use and Mike". As noon as Mr. Hinch found out who Ike and Mike warm: Nancy Selron and Nancy Will, igee, even their names matcl-ij ' were dubbed. From now on, just call them Ike and Mike. When th:-y'ru tfurellier ilu-5' whn-n ilu-y'rc not lugv.-Lliu it :uv known as llu- un-l Miki- but dos-sn't math-r which is which. Tentative Cast at Work on Class Play BIUYVUUS lll0ITlL'lllS IITE' lltll ovur for the- juniors put, :ini-Q' only a tenlativl- cant fur thc play "Nothing: But Tin- Truth" has been chosen. As yo! no deli- nite decisions have been made by Director Baumer about who will lu- assigned to any part. Mr. Bnunwr who has played the loud Boll Bennett, many times hmnwlf, stantvil rigrht off on Monday practicum! the most dificult texnlzarmssingl parts first. The clnxracter in the play are as follows: Gwvn Rsilsmn, feminine lead, a young, ungon- mnle lead, si cr-riinzs 'eu to speak? young I-mint-by 'mnng Mrs. Ralston, Cwuns PM-ii-ty motherg Ethel, scatlerliruinc-d young lady who thinks she can i play the piano and singg Sable' and Mable, witty light- hc-arty-d sisters: and Marlha, the maid, Bishop D4-mn is is serious gn. Rvller of money .for his vhurrlig only for hnnsulf. Van is a mill-I mile uyrccl and ilry humou-d msmzl Dick Donnel, a young man and is inclincd to be 21 wolf, The production staff us yvl has not been chosen. ll Students Will Debate at Shaw On October 19, four Shore seniors will travel to Shaw for :4 judge-fl debate on the quescion ' "Should every able-bodied boy have a year of military train- lnn' before the age of 24?" As yut, the names of the partici- pants has not been announced. ' Eisenl1ower's Band to Come to Shore fo-rdyiofory Loan Rally Teeter Returns To ' Substitute for Harper Jann-r Teri!-1, forma-r Slwh' nzuxic 14-ache-r, will take uw-r Mmniuy murnini.: the cluiiw of Mr. lluryixx m ilm two Hixclid liluli ri-linulf "K'l1il1- MI. llzxrpvl is in ilu- lamp-iiail. Hr will rv- luin to ilie Euclid 1-cliuul Gpr- tvnu :ir Ildllllill' is-.ic"xo,-1 Minn-- tinn- ll.ir rclifinl yi-ur. Mr, Tc-our hus just rvluiiwil from the Eiiroywzm tln-.nm-r i-f rl v w: r ufu-r lie-nn: in tha- mini fm Klum- yizirv and Q-iglii nmnthr. llr. .'l'w-In-x uns an l-..nil :lml i-nlnsim lunli-x nt Slmrl until he lull fur thi: :army in lf'-1.1. llv rnmlv his fir:-Y zipin-rarnnrv :it Sllflfl' finrm- hm- vnu-in-il tlwt N-rviw at the Slwrf--Orurigc' puini- lust Friclziy. Hu- nn-. all :-inilw 1.9 hr wullwml about uiv.-4-Iiiig fzwulti nwrnlwix mul funn:-1 vxulli-rits, It if iwwllv-f In my than Eli, Tvviux is Qlzul lu ln- lvuck unfl lif- Snail Ilizlt' cupic--' of tha' llrwrzz- lmvc lwpt him wi-ll infuzlm-il :ilmut zicrivx- riv: .it lin- rvliriol, llc- :vu-no-l ilzr lin-1-xv Milly riluultn, Music Program Set for Nov. 30 . 'flu' fclnini- vliun' and -vvurzxl mixer of Mr, .li-hn link? mu- +i1-:il riirziiiizzxxiriiis alum: With ilu- luinzl umlm' the mliu-ciimx uf Mi, llnrpvr will pxwzwnt an evo:- inmr of .iuyoiif music:-il unter- iuininvnt lfriflzay, Now-inbvr 5-HJ. Tlw popular sr-ng "lf l Loved Yun' r-specially armiiua-d by Mr. lil-ck's son, Law:-ence, "Song of Freedom", and "I Heard A Forest. Praying" will lie snmv: of the songs featured gala night. Soloists for the evening will be Judy Wilkinson and Tum Ramona. The selectioxus by the lmnd as yet have not been announced by Mr. Harper. ii 7fA.iFamiIy Nfg ht and Open House To Be Held October 24 at Shore A talk entitle-il "Getting: Al1iriuWnh Each Other" will he Ltivvxi ivy Mr. Frunl. Suhmlolik. lilriiriiin uf the lnivrculturiil library, an ilu- P.-T..-X. family nlulit zinil cpl-n linux' on Wul- nf-iliiy, tlunlii-r 24, in Sliorm- schm-l :ii N200 :Helm k, with ilu- 1-ml ul' llic wzir. lliv P.fTA lui- M-li-cii--l ful' ilf thi-nw fm thin fi-hool yi-ur "K"::l1lllr. Q-Iinl lvnllul I'x'nu"'. T'-' "' l'l"'kfY'liIll' :nv plaiiinul tv px--nn-'Q ni li-'tw i.n.:i-rftzimliml 02 iv.'o-l':..'1w.rl 1,111 in1q-r.g-lll- Mr. Ralston, Gwon's father, in out ' 11.1 ' 2' rliillmlfvlil-3 api-Q-cli will he a key note in this svrivs of Yalks to he :ivun liy spezikc-l's of Various nationall- llIl"4. This prngrum is ai pun uf ilu- Olno lfiliiuitiori XVL-Q-le. whos.- purpo:-4' is to inn-rprc! for pur- vnts thi- 4-iliinitiminhl urtivillc-s of Hiivliil wlmul- .mil lu provide :in uppnrtuimity fur thi! par:-rits i., my vi :mil 'zilli xxiih ll.i- tvurh- H91 XY!-rk slum- liv "J dull: his will ln- 1-xhilim-il 'u th- pur- .,--ifu My. Augie-l A l'r:xiik:il i- rluvivnziu of 'l.'- j-'wil + l'.-T.-X. l '. l.llH' l I Program Oct- 305 lu Official Opening for Cuyahoga Co. 8th Victory Loon l'lii-nlnlzosvm-r'n P-4 pn-cv I-ami will officially mu-n ilxr 1-ipI.1l: Nmiiilial x,lCl0l 3' Loan :lun fm 4.'Llj,'ulii,g4i Vuunly in lin- Slvvic i .nlulslullllm Url Uciulu I' fill. In ilu- !H'1'jII'HlIl. 1-5-"ri in IE.:- i-ulflu-, l-liwrxliosss x's :umm l-:ind will pn:-viii xi wlixring 1- mini. 5l:ij.vr Sun- Mir lu-fn inrlru- im-i.l:.l in svviiriviu Um Ny-wr '.nx'lzlr pn-luxl-4 'ii iliiw ximl liwllll rllivl, Will: luzirv :il nur' 'limi-Zell, it Jr rhu pulnlifr mek I-i url- L'-um' ll in l-j. -uplwrtixiu this 4l!'lM', li lr lim lmliu- nf Ufflflixlv- tu ,uni tlw zliivlilmiuiii fm Ilia: uuzwinli. llr. l.uu- vw-wil lx.: wpiiiimi miilx' ilur i-.iw-L. tl.:ii lil- lwpvf Slime- will lin'-1' ilu- i-ppurzuinty xo 14,11 iw imnfiim: the :in- liullliu-lii"YIl uf ihi' A-ivnl Thi- if umlnulin-illjx Hi.. uf the' 4:11-:itz-rv. fvulun-N thu! i..ir l-vm-I ini-vi lin-lil within the- fum' vi-.illf nf Slivr-"r Illltlllllfilllll. llctuilf hun- noi iw: ln,-vii mv tlul, ftlaiylvi' Sim- :lml Mr. Er- wim- haivv lwlil vi-nsultatiuns :xml will lu- able- in dihrlofe nwxc- fact- in Ilia- ni-ar future. Dr. Dunham Spealcs To Senior Class On Liberal Arts Junior :xml -vnmr EI11!llr3l'l clue-ws wen- plivili.-3:1-il to licar Dr, Dunham, lu-ml of the Gor- mun dv-purtnwnt ui Ohio XY051- lf-ynn collvze, syn-uk un Wed- sn-flluy, Uctolwr IU, :luring the L-iulith and ninth pc-riods. Dr, llunhan's topic was "Liberal Arts and What They Mean T0 iL's". All Studi-nts taking a col- lcge preparatory course were invited in nite-ml this lecture. Dr. llunhun is funn llaylon Stevie high s-clmul, llc frrzulu- ut:-il from Uhin Weil:-yarn in IULZEI, than api-ni L1 in-ar axially- ra-re-in-il l'nivvi- my in lie-rmxiny, urul "mis l'li.Il. nt Win-mifiii sity. . liziirmun for ilu- sv pzivun llr, Dunlmn is the L- , if me Lfruup rospuiifllvli- IYQ-w llwrnuniim miur l K Uliiu XY4'-lc-y.iii. l lnlwlsll All- 1- .mv Of ilu' .inner :lie-ruwml will-,ii-L'N in col- livin- rirvle-- ti-dui, Vliiczagn lini- xi-rxiiy :mil llmrumi :irc sires,- firn: tim nw.--I of rim type of lfllllflliliill mul llhmn XY.--lvvan luis.. fully fupp.-rrp thi- lwlivf. Wi-lvynn'e curriculum 1- based 'large-ly on ihl-I in-lil-f. Tlnro. 'S'--iu, llr lP'1n!.:m sul- -v-nt In Shun- in lecture. not as si salv- i :uni-.uyn, but Uv muh- till- lin lil zxnik .1 putt uf tl.4-xr rfluca!inr.- .ll i lain rf Qt -,.-. it K. li f. sf- - Y "Nr l s Don Schutt, Dorothy Burke, Boh Homer, Jim Ferro lllrs. North ...... Mr. North... Buano ............... Louis Berex lane NVilson ....... Mr. and Mrs. North" Bv Owen Davis Director, Mr. Lester Angene ......Donua Morris, Dorothy Burke Don Shutt Al Greene lack Harrell ........Kathleen Newton, Gail Fitzpatrick Ben VVilson .......... .......................................... 'll om Drach Claire Brent ............ ...... C arol yknderson, Anne Meder Clinton Edwards ...... ................................. R aloh Edwards Mrs. Brooks ............ ...... B arbara Stone, .ludy Vlfilkinson Cooper ........................ .............................. Mr. Brooks .................. Lieutenant VVeigand ..... Mullins ....................... Gordon ........ .lenkins ........................ .Ken Emerick Don Brennan .,....lim Ferro .......Bob Homer Al LaChance Kent Hooker Medical Examiner ...... ........... .lim Bovle Police Photographer .............. ........... S tan liollar Ross thingerprint manl ..... ...... h loe Nailauder Fuller Brush Man ............ ...... G eorge Beck D'lXlalley ..............,..... ........ B ob Easter Barnes ...... ....... C huck George Brent ..... .......... ......... , .......................................... B o b Bitzer . and lllrs. North" is the first play production in the history of Shore School to run for three nights, and because of its large number of male parts and few female parts, the girls were doublecast. Guided and expertly coached by Mr. Angene, the play was a huge success. Page Sixty-four Senior Production Staff "BEHIND THE SCENES" Booklzoldcf'-Elfrieda Auer. Publicity-Christine Loos, Chairman, Shirley lXlcQuown, ,liune Carlgren, .lack Odell. Stage lllanagcrs-Naiicy Fischer, Chairman, Josephine Gietano, Dorothy Paleit, Gloria Raymond, Dorothy Rini. Liglziilzg--lim McKee, Norman Mason. Tirkcfs-Sara Gran, Chairman, Lorraine Hermann, Pat Cole, Marge Kozan. Rcscrzfati011skAli11e Ettenger, Chairman, Hartill Hahn, Pat Hawks, Betty Sumner. Ctnsfiuncs-Mary Vlfellington, Chairman, Dorothy Read, Ruth Jenz, Dolores Cergol. Projicrfics-Virgi11ia Pettet, Chairman, loan Relyea, Virginia Smith, Martha Kinnamon. The Production Staff for "Mr, and Mrs, North" worked long and hard to achieve the smooth working plans that under girded the play. Remember that the success of a play lies also on the co-operation and efforts of tl1e back-stage crews as well as of the actors. Page Sixty-fzfv ' A ' Iiirxl 1'tm'.' ll. Shirk, H. Yihtelic, J. Schulmeister, Xl. Odell, C. lleihl. Scrmzd ro-zu P. Savage, V. Syracuse, B. Strathern, N. Fischer, nl. Klavsar, C. Mathias, rl. Dinsmore. Tlzira' rote: A. Frey, D Spangler, N. Bullard, K. '.Xloschell, J. Koecl-cert, R. jenz, Junior Play "Northing But The Truth" By James Montgomery Director, Mr. Meryl Baumer Robert llennett .......................................................... Pill Strathern E. lll. Ralston ...... ................. I ohn Mavsar Gwen Ralston ...... ....... h lanet Schulmeister llishop Doran ............... ........... D lay Dinsmore Clarence Van Dusen ....... ..... N fetus Syracuse Dick Donnelly .............. ......... C lid Mathias Mrs. E. M. Ralston ....... ....... B flarilyn Odell Sable -lackson ............. ............., B Iary Shirk .......Charmine Riehl ......Nancy Fischer Mable .lackson ........ Ethel Clark ........ Martha ........... ......................... ...... l r Telen Vihtehc Understudies Natalie lelullard, Ruth -lenz, 'lill lioeckert, Dolly Spangler, Anne lirey, Kathleen hloschell llefore an auditorium which was almost a complete sell-out on both Novem- ber 16 and 17, the Junior Class proudly presented "Nothing But The Truth". lyleryl llaumer successfully directed the two-night show, and the juniors are al- ready awaiting the time when they may again give such a production. Page Sixty-six' Junior Production Sta? "BEHIND THE SCENES" Chairmen rllanagcr ..... ....... P 'aul Savage P1zIvIirii'y ..... ..... I Jmotliy Paleit Posters .................................. ............,.. S ara Grau Stage lllczzitzgw, Srczzvry ....... ....... l loiialcl Nulicli Cnsfzuzzcs .,,.,.......................,,, ....... une MeQuigan Properties ...... .................. l lat lllosrs Rc5c1't'afi011s ....... ..... K lartha liinnanion Tirlects ........... .................... 3 large Sternberg Liglzfing ...... .. ...., lames Mcliee, Dick Satava The various committees of this stall worked hard for weeks in aflvance as- sembling properties, planning scenery and costumes. Presenting a difficult prob- lem was the change of scenery in the first act, but the stage crews overcame this obstacle. First ro'zu.' M. Sayers, ul. Clarke, D. Duiker, R. Oliver, P. Langilon, B. NVill, P. Ditrieh, M. Kinnumon, D. Christopher, Scrozzd ro'zv.' M. Holzmer, A. Keyes, G. Duval, ll. McDowell, P. Long, D. Rini, rl. Kle- Guigan, B. Bolclin, M. Rlatzezic, G. Brooks, vl. l'l'enn. Third row: O. Taylor, C. Anent, E. Shulson, D. McLean, D. Rimlilla, B. Haney, nl. Nesbitt. Fourth Vatu: N. Johnson, -I. Doganiero, A. Ulennison, il. Juljvaii, P. Savage, ll, Valeit, Rl. Sternlaerg, P. Bloss. Fifili rutu: A. Ulle, A. Lzubi, -I, Santon, Xl. Kozan, S. Gran, J. Pzxlko, Betty Taylor, R hw-. :xg 5 5532 l L 2 3 MJ Page' Szlrty-scvciz Ci 5 s l g . lirxl ru-:ug P. Cole, ll. Rclyczi, J, XX'lllilI1Sllll, Bl. Clifford, ll. Rujcck, P. Hawks, B. Sumner, A. lumwclt, rl. flcitami, ll. Rln1'1'iS, S. Slokar, G. R:1yn1u111l, ,l. Rolvicli, A. Etteiigcr. Hzird rn-:1'.' l'. Rapp, H. Hzilm, V. lgllfllgll, D. RL-ful, Rl. XYclli11gtu11, Rl. Hralvzik, F. DC- l:lu11ccliCt11s, G. Ifitzpzitricli, A. llcrg, lj. Mmgirgzxii, Xl. Rzmclcll, E. .-Xucr, Y. Pettet. furilz iw-1115 C, Lows, ul. Czirlggreii, C. A11flQ1'su11, D. Burkc, S. RlCQl1l.vNX'l1, S. Paul, Y. Spcrl, R. Nelson, L. l'lL'I'IT1Zillll, rl. Yzmilmersicli. fifth 111111. Nl. Stmwr, B. Stmw, K. Ni-wtim, bl. Glesk, E. llwwis, nl. XVi11zc1', R. Pierce, J F. St111'i11z1, L. Spf-rl. 81.1 H1 wiv. If lcllcr, ,l. Cmily, rl. Rae, A. Syrzxcmc, R. Sucilcr, 17. Xlattrmx. Friendship Club . . . Seniors Prc.vi11'c11i ..,......... ...... l NDNNA lloicuis l'i11'-Pnsidcfzf ..... ........... h lo Crllf'l'.XNO .S'v1'1'1'Ia11jx' .... ...... S 'l'lfl,l,.'X S1,o1i1x1: Yllrtlllxllfllll' ..................... ....,... S ,xR,x GRAU lJl'U.ffVUlll Clfllllifllltlll ...... ..... l 5o1m'1'11Y lQ1N1 ,3'm'i11l Lllzclirulull ....... ........ X l.x1cL31i lifmxx l11!1'1'-rlzflv L4UIIllSC1Ul'. .... .,,.. l 3111.11 S1'xNm:1.1il4 Girls 1111111 ll1v lO1l1, lltli, :mil l.21l1 grzulus 111:1y join thc l'l1'lC1lllSllllW Clulm. 1111- -f 1 H -1 1 5 f11N1111f.1l11111 is .1 l11.111cl1 111 tlic X .XX LUX. wlmse 11111'p41sc is, " l 11 llllll :1111l iw ilu- lmcslul wlmsc llltlllll is. "lu fzicc lifc sqiizlim-ly." , . . . . , . . . lliwugli the slm11w1sl11p 111 M155 flllllll :111fl Xliss l,1lll'lCli the club l1z1s :it- 111111-fl 1'L'CHQ1llllHll Im' 115 scrvicc wcvrli 211111 :1lS11 im' 1ts s11c1:1l :1l'l:111's wl11cl1 111- .v.. . ,. 4 4. . , . 4 iliiilc llw lli-X l'I'IL'llllSl1lll Ql1l'1SllllZlS lllll-llllll, lllL' l'1'1c111lsl11p 5lJl'lllQ illlllnlllill. 1 llltl llux Sucizil. P11111' .5'i.1'f,1',1'1' 5' ' t Junior Friendship First row: G. Brooks, M. Holzmer, J. Clarke, N. Sayers. Scroud 1'0'zv.' M. Sternherg, D. Christopher, P. Ditrich, S. Gran, Xl. Kozan, D. Rini, D Spangler, M. Kinnamon. Tlzira' row: R. ,len7, J. Binder, B. Raney, D. Cergol, J. Schulmeister, J. Julyun, N. Odell, P. Long, D. Paleit, V. Smith, J. Palko, A. Mzxrtiii, A. Raglow. Fourth row: J. NVeyhrecht, O. Taylor, J. McGniga.n, P. Langdon, B. VVill, S. Wzilters, I Henn, I. Clarke, M. Sasso, A. Vlfilhelm. Fifth rote: R. Wyatt, M. Shirk, V. Vihtelie, A. Jennisson, J. Koekert, N. Bullard, L. Kirch- ner, E. Langa, M. Rapp, K. Moschell, H. Kozlowski. .S'i.1'f1z row: P. Kohanski, I. VVilk, C. Reihl, R, Oliver, G. Duval, A. Keyes, B. Boldin, P Bloss, M. Bahr, A. Frey. S6"I'L'11f1Z row: B. Murray, R. Kuljiicek, C. Hndee, B. Lewis, M. Stewart, I. Hatter. Sophomore Friendship First row: E. Berndsen, M. Blodgett, N. Niehes, S. lXlagnnsson, K. Ferro, P. Kreilaeh E. Andrews, L. Martin, R. Brockman. Serena' rote: D. VVilk, D. Potokar, S. Perry, E. Kuhicek, T. Holnar, A. Repasky, B. Kist- hardt, G. Kustin, C. Jenkins, J. Rini, A. Draz, 1.3. Saywell, L. Yovzlnne, D. NVise, T. Clit- ford. Tlzira' row: J. Moore, P. Leash, M. Flemming, ul. Kozan, S. Brasch, D. Sallinger, Y Shimroek, R. Dirk. Fozzrilz. rote: P. Hummel, M. Howztld, L. Davis, P. Klotz, C. Greves. 5 ' l N- .ewwspg-. ,-.- Page Sixty nine v :. 10 -: J.. Z Q .fffgi , l w 755 V, 9 Q fx 4 I-IifY Chapter l ,. ' f ff 1 . .L 5 W ,V if 1? , ,X . ' A , , - , L f- ff, -4 1 t ., f g - , 'Q , Lg u f.. Q ff 1 .. ' 1 t f " fi? . h . fl 'LS f ' 4 ' "- .4 f' w e f A W 1 ' t f f' :' -4 'f - 7 i ' , A V ' ' ,W f. ,. ' Q -V 19:19 . , . ., -V Q -,., + he nf f Us-t l 9 ,. Q. 1 .Q .. 3 , . .f J if Q 2 . f 2 ff ' 2' 7 . 'wi . V f-KN fx fe 2' w . , -6 , 4 .v , f X 5 f A A-A-A Q -- 'A . . 2 -f " ti ' ' it . f WWW- I f v' , " , .. V -jf' ,' ' t .R 1 r Q f 5. f 7 .- 1' ,. w e gf! r . I' , ' . l , 7 ' 1 X . '- 'li J l f Qi 'Q ' A fi - 1' 'i 5 , 577 ft T . A fp, .-.Q A - K af f . '- S ' . ," '.L2f, . V- my -K A ff" i g til 'gt 2 'F - lf , 'J -" ' f f. ,W ' 3' i, ' A. ' . N .Z Wm . ' M " ji : 1 f - '- 7' . 1 C t f . A " . wt A. . " b fl? 74? V - Qi" fuk if 1 ' W TI ' 3 . .44 V6 , 1 pl 1 ,I f K ,.,.:, l-I f lr . -y. ,, , Q: ,ii 1 I x -t - , 4 ,J , ' :aw w Q . ? . gill. . H QE f' 5:2 'g,, - ff X. -. . , - ,, 1 . H , , ,X X , , .X . , Q.. -, f 7 I f J A YM '- ' f 5 V 5 5 7555? A .rf f A ' , 1. -' .32 ft l f' ' , i., 'A if S' 1 . f 'f aw .1 M N - f., l' ' if- - - . 21, 1- ' .f ' 4,4 ,. I 'f ,, -. ff . , , fr' ,,,. . Z. s, ' ii Q W i f T VR " ' ' 9' tv if, ""' f QCA 'fl 'f ' I' Q -L'L ' " tix W - 4 Mk, I ,-.gay ,Q E, ,tal M, . X Q ,f M ,bmi-Y ig X Q 1,4 S at 'S ,L X X K .... . X . , . Firxt roiv: l. Klailamlcr, S. Kullar, XV. Levitt, B. Curry, Scrmla row: . ft , . i , A. , Stiliich, J. Krauss, R. Nickels. ' ' J ' i. A klz Cl, D. Satava, C. Hill. ' D R XN'1ch C Nlatht-ke F Saywell E. Third row: B. Lux, B. Fozlrflz row: B. VVhite, J. McKee, A. Nevar, J. Hough, E. Cuse, J. Stevenson. Bitzer, C. Grossman, C. beindsen, D uc ui Shulstm. T. Danforth, V. Syra- HifY Chapter 2 ' N' z ' -,ji . x fi' " ' ' ., Ai?-:fff?'J t 1 v' 3" ' X - ,1 - , A x Q afff T7 .1 , 'H A - C it - ' V - f i 'ff ,' W . X' V 1 ' , 2. l Q . 4 . ' t rw 2' , V . K' Qi - "V Q l xi frlifi' X W .4 ei 4 f J' ,-,, ' ' '. . 11 'Q . l"' 'C . 'f P . . . ' ,. ' f A ' 1' 5 . 1-i f -' fx . 1 - ' ,si .tv ' F ' Sb 5- 7 yff-i , Q f Q xx I X t gi 43 N f, . .... 1 .ft - t gf, t , I x 1 1, K x ,Qt . A ,- C H y -Zvi , if N - x ' f 74 J 4 21? 1 i . . 6 I ' ' if "M 1. . 1 ' ,V . M . .A , V 1 In - g , . 1, -5 ,S .. 3 2 xt I X ' , , , ,. , -Q , , it l 4, . , - ,Q 1 tt , . 1 Xu -.grew 5 3 ' ,... - - 't t tn ...-.a -1 ..- , . "1 if ,, ff , if A " 'N e '- . : .ia X, -- f -Q' as . ' ' f : . , . A V AA gl V, ., E i ' '. if 8 f .. I, ,,,,, ' A . t IT a la , . ' - fi l ., l"irxl m'zu.' -I. lJinsmm'c, A. Ll1Cl12lllCC, ll Rolla, J. Klxtvsnr, C. George. I liunl I K Sltuml me '- ' limerick G liessemnevcr, ,. ' Q, 5. I ltmvlc, P. Stu-gkamper. I T lx ' wlwcl, ll. Schutt, D. . " tx. . . , . ' Y'l1ir4i m'zt'.' 'lf llritcli, 'lf Cimiztim, ul. l-lztrrcll, lx, Str: zwaiitiim, R. Schewell, ll. Lewis. Q ' " VH " A ' D. KlcLC:m, ,l. Olmrt, C. Ament. Fuzzrlll 1'fr:t'.' ll. hhlcrt, -I. OQllXlC, B. lmth, T. lx.1mrm.l, Payi' S vm rzty - l I l iir 1 . S I 1. s 1 , r L I 4 r t i l i it I I-IifY Chapter 3 if if First row: J. Himes, J. Tarantino, D. Lanese, P. Anderson, A. Green. Second row: W. Roberts, N. Kozan, L. Giampoli, C. Mast, I. Mayer. Third row: J. Baglione, H. Kamon, K. Hooker, S. Mihelic, -T. Travers, R. Huffman A. Rosa. Fourth row: I. Ferro, H. Strain, C. Mathias, I. Cdell, G. Beck, B. Brocone, E. Sulhxan J. Doganiero. If if i t Page Seventy-one I-lifY The Hi-Y is the branch of the Y.M.C.A. for high school boys. The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create and maintain the high stand- ards of Christian living throughout the school and local community. Boys in their junior and senior years are selected by the members of the club through application. President .............. ........ I ACK GDI-:LL Vice-Prcsideizit ....... ........ N oRM TQOZAN Secretary .............. ...... D TIM l3Ao1,1oN13 Treaszww' ....... ........ D ON McLEAN . fi? . ,... J ., ., us, if S Red Cross Advisory Board 'llhe Red Cross Advisory lloard handles the same work for this mggiiiizzitiimii as the Student Council lldzird handles for the schiml. The memhers of the hoard represent each organization in the sclmul and it is thruugh these memhers that the Red Cross xywrlqs in each uf the several cluhs in the sclmol. 'llhis lmzml zdsn make the plans for the Red Cross. Vyith the :iid of Miss Leinon, their faculty advisor, they direct the activities of the Red Cruss girls and make the mgziiiizaticm une of the must valuable in the school. Une of the hest-known orgzinizations in the school, this board works diligently all year. First row: li. Sumner, J. Rcvzzin, R. Nelsmn, ll, Klurris, Vl. Luykc. ld rn'zv.' D, Rini, Xl. Vllelliiigttni, A. Ural, AX. Rl1lj'Cl', L, l'cdcrsun, Miss Lemon Third rim'.' ll. Fundrzm, J. Odell, i 3 6' 5 ' 1 -r :Ms , I V is Xp. i NWS' i i ig A' X X' l 959 UD: 3 'E f? QTY 6' P1111 .S ntytio .-....,v...-..,r,.,.... -vw-..Y..,. Q if ff First rote: M. Penosa, tl. Glesk, I. Kozan, R. Nelson, M. Hralvak, L. Pederson. Second ro'zv.' E. Berndsen, E. Mora, M. 'Maty:izic, L. Kisthardt, M. Mora, A. Browett A. Draz, L. Martin, P. Kreilach. Third row: J. Conly, F. Dell-eiledictis, M. VVellington, C. Jenkins, M. Flemming, S. Jones A. Syracuse, A. Lee. Fouvrtli row: E. Andrews, VV. Duiker, M. Howald, P. Hamel, R. Brockman, J. Zook, D Brinz, M. Sartario. Red Cross "Unse1iishly working for the benefit of others." This may characterize the Red Cross. Shores active chapter, under the sup- ervision of Miss Lemon, has kept up Shores traditional enthusiasm and superiority in quality of work in connection with the Ameri- can Red The year for this year pitals. Page Sczwnty-tlzree Cross. girls in this organization give many valuable hours each the help of others. Une of their most important projects was making favors for the men in Maine and Crile Hos- 52, V z f XX 'Zi cf. Nevvcomer's Club .- 7. T ,.. ue, , I ' ,.... 5 ,JZ f ' " , A . I fix ir. t -. 1 7 Q 'fi l 'f Q no R ggf M I.: lf, '- " Q ,f - W' ' f ' " Ati!! ' X 1- m.,.v W' Wx s Z "- W ,fmwsxf I ,Q , If , ff, ' ZA - plfflf M Firxf man' D. Rini, F. Hauser, I. NVilkinson, J, Robich, A. Keyes. Scrum! roizu: W. Keefe, C. Wilson, C. George, J. Feldman, P. Anderson. Third ro-zu: R. Jezcrc, E. Shulson, J. Mavsar, B. Fondran. Chairlnan-Josephine Robich. Movie Cperators N. Nason, nl. Klclic-v, ll, Slllflxll., Ii. lQL'i'l1l'. Cl11Ill'lNIll1-.l. MCKQC. Pu ffv .SUTTJIIEV-f01l1' iifrwfr X First Volta' C. Anderson. C. Loos, R. Oliver, K. Newton, B. Sumner, j. Kelly, D. Paleit. Second roto: Miss Gill, V. Baraga, B. Stone, H. Hahn, S. Gran, D. Rini, P. Hawks, A. Et- Pagc' S61,'c'1zty-H119 tenger, N. Fischer. Cv. A. C. Letter VVinners President ............ ..... I QATHLEEN NEWTON Visa-Prcsidc11f..... , ............ JEAN KIQLLY These girls can proudly wear the green and white Shore "SU they have so ably earned. The letters are won on a point basis, through bicycling, hiking, horseback riding and intramural partici- pation in basketball, volleyball, baseball, ping pong and badminton tournaments. Miss Gill sponsors the Girls' Athletic Club which is made up of girls from grades nine through twelve. The organization helps to promote clean sportsmanship and line leadership among its members. 5 -tffijzr. s 1 National Athletic Scholastic Society One of the finest clubs in the school, the N.A.S.S. is the dream of all coaches for it combines scholarship with athletic ability. The main requirements for entrance are that a boy must be in the upper third of his class scliolastically, and that he must have earned at least two letters. This club is among the newer ones. It was chartered only last year. The charter members were all the 0TElClll21ll1l0' lettermen of 1945. b 2: lt is every athletes zimibtion to be recognized by being al- lowed to wear his school's emblem and also to be recognized as a member of this organization. Firxl roizuf D. Lanese, G. Heck, D. McLean, S. Kollar, XV. Levitt, A. Neyar. Svrmzd ru'zt'.' J. Mayer, C. Grossman, N. Rozan, rl. Ferro, ll. Rolla. Tlzira' nrze: Mr. Pohto, Mr. Spzmgler, Klr. Schwegler, Mr. Case, Klr. lfckert. agc' Severity-.v1' l I 1 l i 1 I l , 599' I Z ,K 1 - : 9 1-. ia- ' 5 l 1 l l e I First -rote: C. Chapman, R. Wyatt, P. Lavo, C. Hudee, M. Hrabak, D. Christopher, 0. Tay- lor. Scfond row: B. Lewis, G. Fitzpatrick, H. Vihtelie, J. Vifeybrecht, M. Shirk, L. Kirchner R. Christopher, P. Hammel, V. Shimrock. Third row: Z. Anderson, D. Done-lon, Rl. Hill, A. Mast, A. Criaclo, E. Knifie, J. Moore D. Wilk, ll. Stewart. Fourflz row: A. Criaclo, R. VVarzniak, H. Youngblood, B. VVayles. VVhirlo Club The VVhirlo Club is an organization created for the stuclent boclv's enjoyment. Its sponsor is lxliss Patrick. The club meets every . other week and on Friday afternoons they have an enjoyable time , roller skating at Skatelancl. Many times the club sponsors special skates at the Wlilloughby M Roller Bowl. After a member has skated a certain number of times l and receives a certain number of points he is awarclefl a letter. lf ll Prvszduzzt ...... ...... C 1rARi',oT'r1-3 lrltmige Page Sezfcrzty-scrwz Crchestra im! " -sum" E I"irxt 1'1rzu.' A. Tz11'm1ti1111, P. Tuth, D. Spxmglcr, J. Clark, K. Kfwsclwll. 3 'f 7X VV .u 1 'X iff ,Q -tw 'XA ' ff 21 1 .S.L'U1J1Itl l'U'IL'.' U. Auqu5tiuC, II, Kelly, Ii. Picrcc, KI Smso, K. Olivcr, KIA. Fcrrzxllti. Third V11-z1'.' Dale H2ll'l1QI', D. RICPIICVSKIII, A-X. C1'i34l11, R. xV1lCh, J. Brcsuzm. Band i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 3 E f 1 . .1 I WW ' gs 2 ffflfff I'4P'Z1'.' IP. l711I111ss5', .X. ,lc-1111is1-11, XY. XY411'n11111k, I.. K1-yu, ll. N111'1':1x', lf. IQ11k'I'I1L'l', I. Kul- ly, IJ. l7ll1ki'l', Nl. SIISS11, G. 1'ql'9Sk'IllUL'y'k'l', QI, U1'l:1111l11, I.. S11111'11c1'11. -Sqlvflfllff :ww-:v.' K, IIIIIQIAINIIH, I, lQ11I11'i1-lc, M. Iitllllll, K Xcwlmm, 13. S101-l.L'll, T. Kluvcr, R. Kur- 72ll', L. Spimw, -I, XX'c11:1'i11g, K. XXXLQI1, K. Q,l1YL'I'. ' 'fllinl 1'1m'.' lf. 511111111-I, IJ. K1-ul, .X. I,lliliIll'l, li. l'ic1'cc, li. KI11ck11x', 1. ,1xl'1lX'k'l'S, .X Cuff-'11I :Hx L 1 ' ' 4 nl. Ill-lkhk, U. XXMAVI. l'11111'lf1 1'1rzu.' S. Zsmzig, vl. Xlkius, N, N:u'11111, tl. Craig. lf. Sllulsun, XY. Kuclvlcr. 5 . Pnav .S'vv1'11fJ'-Ffflhf Page Sevczzty-1zz'1ze Orchestra The CJl'C116S1l'21. clespite its 51112111 size has ace11n1p1is11e11 XYUIII1- ers this year i11 huilciling 111111 C11Cti111'l1g111g youthful inusicians. They can be 11CEt1't'1 every 11th peri1111 in the auC1it1mriun1 playing a variety of music 1'z1111fi110' from 1I'1eh to Kern. 6 as f One of the U1'C11CS11'Il,S must in1po1'ta11t 11uties t11is year was playing for COHIIDCIICCIUCIIT. Band The 13111111 under the t11I'L'C110I1 of Hr. Dale 1'1'2ll'IJCI', is striv- ing this year to maintain the tirst place rating' it earnefl last May in the Greater Cleveland 13111111 Contest. The 11211111 CUll1t'1 he seen all t'1Ul'111g' ffmuthall seasfm practicing its peppy routines un11er t11e as- sistant 11irect11r, Mr. KIite111-11. 1l11t11 Mr. Harper an11 Mr. Mitchell have great plans for next year. Senior Choir The enthusiastic interest shown in music the past few years has increased the Senior Choir so that now only members of the junior and Senior class are eligible. Mr. Beck directs the choirs. Upon two years of active membership, the choir members are able to earn their letter. . f Q. Sp SMX, 2:2 136534 .. 4' Aeolian Choir Members of the Sopliomore Class anil those of the Junior :intl Senior Class whose schedule will not enable them to become mem- bers of the Senior Choir :ire eligible for the :Xeolinn Group. Enthusiastic cooperzition in this choir contributes to the earnf ing' of It lette Page Eiqlify On VVings of Song I 1 F' . l . Q i l . Ji I 5 u I 1 i Q l V ,N 1 nf faeifi ' . fm 'fi .v - l' . cf Q -'P C 4 , :: "' i f " W 77 ' L . r . - l A A Q . WV,, " - Q7 ., V , ' L r A - H A' W1 v 1 L .. .M e 4' W A - ' - 'I - M . .M e . A- Q- L- f 1 ' ' ' Y . I I 7 V !'ll.I'.Vf m':e.' 'l. Clarke, Xl. Oclell, D. Cergol, ll. llnrke, A. Ettenger, S. KleQnuwn, P. Rapp Xl. Stewart, Rl. Hralvak, rl. Vliilkirisori, N. linllarrl, M, Kirchner, Xl. Rapp. v Q Second row: D. Morgan, P. Teller, D. Royer, J. Palko, I. julyan, P. Langmlfin, li. lilaney A. Keyes, l'. lil-ihanski, XYill1elm, ll. Hill, .X. Xlealer, -I. Carlgren, ll. Lewis, D Spangler, lr, C1Cll'Clll, ll. Saratariu. Tliirgi ru'zv.' Xl, XYellington, ul. Sclnilmeister, ul, llinfler, R. lenz, C. Anmlerwn, P. Sperl, S. Paul, Rl. Ranmlc-ll, Bl. Sternlverg. liuurllz ruin: S. Gran, U. Paleit, P. Stegkamrper, ul. Vlielver, ll, KlClJ,'?lll, ll. liiireli, lj. Selnnt, D.. Lanese, Ul. lluryle, K. Hooker, T. llrach, ,lp Harrell, U. Stnne, lf. Sanwlman, N. Flsclier, nl. KlCQlllg2ill, Xl. Stoner, K. Rllmcliell. liifflz rnre: D. l'avne, li. Brown, R. Garrett, Y. Syracuse, C. Raninna, ll. NNayles, R, Crane 14. lcifiiin, ,I.'Ferrn, E. Shulson. ' ,S'i.rll1 ruse: ,l. Olwert, li. Hansen, G. Beck, ll, l3nQ-i'lcel, S. Knllar, 'll. Rznnnna. .VE Q N. i , I I f Q x g -XEQQQ ,. ki j Q . .My I A. K, 1 sf. If ij l S ke Q1 F 4 . ' 1 Q. Qljf , x f, L .Q A wg -9 . - s ,V i w 5 .,f , :' M 1 , . 54' I fx, 9 - , ' M 3 Q, ' 4. fu 4- A r 75 L -,ig wg . 'P S A A . ' ' 1 1 N A : F .X V ,. ' X A 1.97 r V. l 7, . . . f Kg ' x B. - . g if if L f . -If ' " L" 3 '- V X Q' 1 gr ' w - - ' ' .. G , Qi - - v Q -ff ., ' q , . ' ,X V ,r f ,Q , ' jaw in . W ' we 'li " 1: 'U , w ' - LT T V if 5 I N . 4 - ,f A ' 'X' . W Q . 7 . N ' ., . , . C. 2 J ww 'a Q 5 N , ' -A Vw vi X 2 is 5 L f 1 7 r . flagifv' gm-M ' M 'xx A .. 7 if I f Ag. . " .. -, i 9' ' .1515 xl . A i L , ,f . -P i L L . 1 .s...e.. . ir- .4 l'ii1'.s'f 1'u':e.' L. Nwlflea bl. l3ii1'i'1nx'S, gl, llnllarwl, ll. lilzlelixxell, l'. Klneller, Z. .Xn1lerswn, ll. . 1 - f .. . llfllll. U. 51lllI1gC1', 5. Tnxvsey, ,l. Manley, lu. ,ll1Illll1LS. .3'4'i'w1rr1 rw'zi'.' N. -lUl1ll5Ull, ll. lfiselt, C. XYilsm1, Nl. Kliller, l'. lilulz, L. llavix, ll. llaniel, Rl. Hnwalwl, C. llrexes, L. Martin, L. .Xlfer1lm'1li, 'l'. Rlulnai, rl. lieintner. Tfziml ru'ze.'uY. Sliinirock, vl. Klcnrris, K, ,lllllllN1iSHIl, l'. 'llc-rrell, C. linstin, L. Ywwmiiie, li. X onHol'l, L. lilly, li. Dixon, L. ulerzy, ll. XYeSt, U. Clarrieuales. Page Eighty-our ,- Megaphone Club All girls in grades 9-12 are eligible for the Megaphone Club. At the encl of each year live reserve cheerleader are selected by Mr. Polito aml the present cheerleaders. Then the reserve cheerleaders automatically become the varsity cheerleaders. Each year the cluh awards live letters to the girls who have Clone the must outstamliiig work in this mganizatioii. This letter Siguiiies exccptiimal ahility in the iielcl of cheerleading. fJl't'Sll!7t'lllL ..,.......... . CARO1, ,-XND1-Qlzsox l'im'-Prvsidvllf ..... .......... i 'XNN12 RlIQDl-IR SUH'ClfI1'-v .......... ..... X 711:01 N ia lla 1:4-xtm Trcuszmv .... ...,. T Uouorlerv Pala-LIT Pagu lilglzry-two Pep, Pep, and More Pep! . THE MAJoRETTEs June McGuig:1n, Martha Stoner, Josephine Kozan, Head majorette, Dorothy Read. THE CHEERLEADERS Page' Eiglzty-flu Donna Morris, Anne Meder, Captain, Carol Anderson, Ruth Jenz, Virginia Baraga Al Greene. .FC Strut Your Stuff!! .. Let's Hear Some Noise! Ruth Ienz, Donna Morris, Al Greene, Carnl Anderson, Anne Meder, Virginia Baraga. L 5 nn . ,.rN wwf" 3 in 4' 1' 'Win june RICQDLHQZIII, Durotl1y Rczui, jo Kuzan, Nurthzx Stoner. v ...P ik?-f" P11110 lfiyflrfy-fu SKDQ YQX5 V.-.Mr 1 1 1 Shure Shure Shure Slmrc S114 wc Shure Slwrc 5111111- COACH VVALTER SCHVVEGLER 13 19 19 58 U 41 32 lo ..,.... ..1..... 215 Ashtabula Brush Bedford Qrzmgc Gznriiclcl Mzlyilclml Maple llcights Euclid Central FOOTBALL Z . ' u 1 C.X1"1HX1N lJICli1.,XN1:IS1i P11516 liifllrty-,vz',1' Pigskin Parade VARSITY First row: I. Himes, A. Rosa, C. Hill, P. Anderson, D. Anzells. Serozzd row: E. Sullivan, H. Strain, C. Miller, J. Mayer, P. Steghamper, I. Odell, F. Mc- Lean. Third row: Coach Schwegler, C. Mast, W. Levitt, S. Kollar, D. McLean, J. Obert. Fourth row: B. Steele, B. Curry, G. Beck, N. Kozan, B. Birch, I. Ferro, A. Trivisono. Page Eighty-se'uen MANAGERS Bernard llligchellwrinlc, E. Cyrgalis PHlL JXNIJIQIQSQN ,AX spcwly sciiim' rgiizirtvrlwziclc Zllltl gmqcl lmll lizmillcr, l"hil will lac missuil in-xt yczir. DON ANZIZLLS A Siiplioiiiurc curl, Dun is 11 Surc tzlclclei' mi cull rmie. GEORGE BECK Seiiiui' Gi-orgc rcccivcil his footlmll lmplism :it Maple Heights. His two si-nsuiis here slmwc-fl hifn clcpc-mlalvility. Hc- is 21 good tcam man. BOB BIRCH Boll his progifsscfl fast at tackle spot zuiil hm zuiwtlici' yczu' to show his nliility. ROBERT CURRY An c-xccllcnt plan- kicker, :mtl Z1 strong dcfciisivc player, liulu was ratccl with thc lit-st iii thc coiifcrciicc. XVARRIZN l,liYIT'll A Yziluzilvlc juiiim' whfi will liC lmrk next sczlsmi, XVlll'I'L'Il'S puwci' Quill cxccllcnl piiiiting mulic him :L liilc lmcliliclrl mzui. gf, IW' ass - 'Q s 4511? ?'xmizf:M t E,+,wf3S.QQgggf, Q R Y f f wt ff. ,cl i ww ,HM IIIKIICS ,lim's lun- fit' thu gzmic- has lwpt him im th c squzul fm' thruc 3'c1u's. llis spirit amd light will ht- misst-il. ClfIARI.liS HILL .Xs lvztll liitiicllw, zuifl r1uzu'tCr- lvztck, Chuck is thc kt-y man in tht- iiitriczttc Shure titifcn- sito. llc is at juiiim' :tml the smallt-st mam U11 thc tt-zuu. N1 PKNAXN KC JZAX - H - u Chic ot the lug liiiys mi thc line, Nm-in is at sc-iiim' tztclilc. A sciupptlr, ht- is imc tif the must lmptlliu' lvoys tm the sqtuul. STAN KOLLXR Milfs scniur yczu' was his first as at i'c-gulgui .Xu cxccl- lt-ut rlcl't-iisivc plzlyt-it, very few yniwls ww.-rc gztinufl :timiiiul his cull. ,mr ifiiigim .X St-iiitii' wlmsc spirit :mil lmc ul thc gums will lic misscil, ,lim's spcccl mukcs him ll gmail lmclchclal maui. IPICK INXNICSE Om- ul thc lztstcst i'ui111ci's 111 thc lc-:tguu :tml ll linc tlcfcusivc player. Dick was imzuiimously clmscn :is llll-CO!ll'Cl'CI1CC. He was ulsw cziptzziii of the team. DON LENVIS Don has seen much action as Substitute tzlckler. He slmultl be ll regular next year. PAUL STEGHAMPER "Reggie" is an all-rfitiinl utility man. He answers Z1 c0z1ch's clrczun of fl boy who can learn :my pusitiuli, quick- ly. His only desire is to play. CRAYTON MAST The Hroly-poly boy" won a letter as center in l9-1-l as Il sophcnnore. Now he has come back us a harel-tlriviiig full- back. CHUCK MILLER This Scrzlppy little Junior guard is always in the line playing hard to win. Cliuclis ulvility will greatly strengthen next ye11r's team. Vlfblf KIAYIQR ,lflu iunpwwvil wet-lc lmy wueli. 'llezuu males ullcn tell lmw clil:l'lC1lll lic is In lnlwc lrcini gurirfl split in SL'l'lllllll2lgL' ses- sion. ED SULLIVAN "l3rother" Sullivan, ahout the Hereest player in the league was Chosen as all-Conference. His play Calling from guard sparked the team, His spirit will he missed next year. JACK ODELL A Senior halflvaek "Orlie" is noted for his light and team spirit. DON MCLEAN A junior, Don held the regu- lar position at center. He has done an excellent joh as a snapper hack. JACK OBERT Although a junior, lack played end regular this year. One of the fastest ends in this con- ference, his run against Brush will he long rememhered. His 195 pounds will he welcomed back next year. HERB STRAIN The starting left guard at 170 pounds, Herlw was very eup- almle and scrappy. I-le was 21 strong Contender for all-eon- ference. First 1'tm'.' li. Grail, S. llihelich, vl. hlulyan, ll. llanlcy, H. ltztyitlstni, S. Kullar, Il. Cnnway. Scfond ro'zu: R. Santlcrs, B. Curry, E. Sullivan, C. Mast, B, Malin, -I. Fcrrn. Third rutzt'.' R. Garrett, P. .-Xiirlcrstni, C. Grtissinzni, C. Amcnt, vl. Udall, G. Hauser. L D Xlai- Fozfrllz ru-zt'.' Coach Swackhammcr, G. Sttickliams, F. hlCL4,'Illl, A. I,aChancl, . . tinct, tl. Sankcy, J. Mayer, 13. liitzcr. Track Team . . . 1945 'llhe cinclernicn emlt-til tht-ir 1945 scftsun in thirtl plan- fm' thc Sccnntl c secutivc ycar. Oll- 'llhc E.G.G.C. nicct this year was thc clnsest nievt in thc Cunfcrencc history. lilrush was first 771. points, Ccntral was st-cuml with 8713 antl Slwrc third with 87. Cnachccl by Mr. Swaclcliainincr, the hnys have bright prnspccts for l9-l6. This yt-ai"s tcain will hc stu-iigtliciictl hy such vetvraiis as .lack Odell thirtl antl secnnil place winncr in the 220 antl 100 rcspcctivcly, Stan Knllai' wm'klio1'se the tcznn, who pcrfnrins wt-ll in many things including quartet'-inile, high jim litmllt-S antl 'lim l'lCl'l'U acc-hmatl-juxnpci' whn stititicix-il unly two tlcleats all ye of lp, IIT. Pagt' Nizmfy-tzL'0 VVrestling Shore 27 ,,.,,, ....... I ihodes 9 Shore 7 ...... ....... L akcwood 30 Shore 14 .,.,,, ....... B Iarshall 26 Shore 31 ...... ....... L lniversity ll Shore 18 ,,,,,, .... Edison 31 Shore 18 ...... ...... lohn Hay 23 Shore 25 ....,. ......, C Xarheld 17 Shore 10 ...... ....... .f Xfl2lI11S 31 Shore 26 ...... ....... X 'Vestern Reserve 11 Shore 16 ...... ,..,... X West 24 Shore 24 ..,... ....... C ollinwood IS Shore 5 ...... ....... S halter 30 Shore 8 ....., .. XVest Tech 26 294 229 Although the wrestling team was inexperienced they made a line showing against experienced opponents. The boys worked all year and proved their worth by a very successful season. Their line showing insures Shore of a lighting team for next year. First row: J. Holt, B. Birch, F. McLean, G. Binder, E Brown. Second rote: Mr. Swackhammer, R. Witch, -I. Tarantino, T. Cipriztno, J. Marino, J. Mihelich, Mr. Eckert. Third rotu: N. Marino, j. Doganiero, Hill. Fourth rote: C. Fox, D. Lewis, B. Curry. R. Jones, B. XIcQuown, T". Stump, fX. Stephen, C. l fm WMMM., i 1. s ' f Z Page Niizcty-tlwfe F COACH FORD L. CASE ASSISTANT COACH DIBIASIO Basketball The Shore "liven ripped through the Conference winning all seven games clinching the Conference title. The team was fast and aggressive and always fought hard down to the last second. VVe at Shore appreciate having such a grand team as this and hope that next year's team can be equal to the Shore five of "45" and "46',. SEASON RECORD Shore 41 ....... .......................... . ....... X 'Villoughby 26 Shore Berea Shore Ashtabula Shore Alumni Shore Maylield Shore Maple Hts. Shore l'l1'llSl1 Shore E. Central Shore Parma Shore Redford Shore Orange Shore University Shore Garfield Page Ninety-four Eastern Conference Champs , , ,,.,.. WNY, -W . . . ,, . , vw 1 1 i E gg 'B m AT F Z' gf-M Y. i 4 I ii jf 1 D.-.1 f aff! ' , 4 ,, X I VARSITY ' Dexter Rolla, Dick Lanese, Ed Sullivan, jerry Tarzmtino, Ron Strolwel, 'lack Oclell, Coach Case, Art Nevur, VV11rren Levitt, Stan Kollar, Don McLean, .luck Olmert, Al LaChzu1ee. P x ,M - +4 Q. XX, V .fs , ,J gf .Z 53,5295 le 2 . RESERYES ."u'.vf 1'u':v.' ll. Kligehellmrink, L. Gizlmpoli, R. HLlllll11Hl1, K. Hooker, C. Ament, J. Klziyer, L. Cyrgnlis. SL'4'Ulld row: li. Kamen, B, Mower, B. Fondran, D. Moene, E. Shulson, S. Rlihelieh, lf. .DeliS, ELP1-inglc. Third ru'zu.' j. XYenning, Conway, B. Thompson, D. Anzells, L. Broekmnn, F. blorzlnlio, Page Ninvty-ive Rohrich. A RT N EVAR Thx? uthcr hall' of the mirl- ycar duct was Art Ncvar, who was an artilicial half- hamlcr, Art was the high scurer in many uf the ...V -mm., ,W games. -wi m.,1,i:.,7,. if Mn" 'sw 7 , 1 my .M,-N.: i .s,,,WL X wma ' ' -Q - K x,j'giii':fi,r:r4,,gi+j W, Z ,Z.g,.,aw Y , ix L71 3- ,,,, gc,4,..,.f V , f V y. 1 , 5' 'ff' i if meg' ' naw ' ,-1. , 'v ,, ' ,ffwgq ' f 1 "Mag :':'flfff,f, ,fi "1 , V . :Mg ,M iff. if f .gil JXL l,.xCl'l.XNClf Six-flint-lliix-Q ul' CllgC play- cr, ,Xl is the liiggcit lmy ini lllc 1011111 llc lfwi-fl tu play :xml g :wc all hu hall. ,lliliRY 'll,lXlQ.'XN'lllNO Leaving a gap in thc tcam at miflycar, .lcrry I1Cl'f0l'INOKl aclmiralvly as furwarcl for he switched from rimning guarrl this year, ,lerry's team ccwpcratioli will long he rcmemlicrecl. DICK LAXNESIQ Liizllvlu ln play imtil 'Izm- uary lm-caiisc wwf ai llmilrall iiijiiry, llivk walclicml l-lilll-ll thc lvcncli. lrlc quickly :mil alrly lwwla iwcr thc lwsiiimi of rifflil l'u1'w:11'ml. b STAN KULLAR Building up a reputation fur lung "swishcrs" Stan towk lop scoring honors in mimcruus gnmcs, He won a llcrth on the all-cf,mfer- ence scccmal String. XY.XlQlQlfN LlfYlT'll Xlizirrcii will lac animig the Iliiiiiwlzltiuii plzlycrs fur next yc:1r'S tczun. Cmil :mil Lllnmf, ncxcr llustcrcil, hc will lic :L wclumic gulmlitimi to thc squad. Page Ninety-six DON MCLEAN Don was also among the boys who made the all-con- ference team. He started his basketball career as var- sity material during his sophomore year. DEXTER ROLLA Dex is small for a basket- ball team but he makes up for his size with speed and dexterity. Being a natural southpaw, he is in line for left forward on next year's varsity. Page Nirzety-.rczfcrz JACK OBERT Lean and tacky, -lack, al- though only a junior, is al- ready a veteran varsity man having made the varsity squad in his sophomore year. He was selected as all-conference. RONNIE STROBEL Coming out for basketball as a senior, Ronnie proved himself worthy of a var- sity posltion and added spirit to the squad. JACK oDELL ,lack played his First year on the varsity this season, His speed and ball hand- ling are remarkable. He is versatile running guard and joker of the team. ED SULLIVAN The wild man of the team, Ed put all his left-over blocks and tackles from football to good use on the basketball court. He prob- ably stole more passes than any other player in the con- ference. BASEBALL 1945 COACH KIOHN POHTO 5 Shura' 5111110 S11f11'c S114 arc S11U1'C 5111116 S11i1I'L' S11m'L' 5111111- Euclid Cent Shaw Cr111i11wor1r1 St. 1111111111115 Heights CC1111711 K1z1y11c1r1 111-11511 Gz11'11c141 1:11 5111110 Shore S111111' Slmre 51141114 5111116 511010 51111111 5 12 6 6 S 3 -1 111 104 N1-Xfllili 1',XL'1. ILXRCL.-XY ............H'arvey ......,.....May1:1e1d 13641 f11r11 .....-11t'I'I'f' ............13cc1ff1rc1 NYCS. Res. ............Ce11trz11 ............G:11'f1e1c1 -1 1 0 1 J O AC?1f1C111y 3 3 S 33 Pam' Ninety-vigl1,t .J '11!L15PEX efrkgflix '44, Ziff 5. Don McLean, Bill Stopar, Bob Hawley, Bill Crawforrl, Chester lioicclc Carl Merchant, Ronny Strobel, Jack Ohert, Paul Steglcamper, Coach John Pohto. Baseball Team Eastern Conference Champs, Metropolitan League winners, and District Champs, the Admirals climaxed the most hrillant season in Shores history by traveling to Columbus for the State Championship play-offs. Despite the fact that Coach Pohto's boys had to play an extra game to elimi- nate one of two teams from the Cleveland district, they won two games in one day. They lost in the semi-iinals to Cincinnati NVoodard, the state champs. Senior varsity men who lent the experience of their years to the Admirals were Bob Hawley, ace hurler rated as one of the best in the state, Chet Rojeclq, veteran second baseman, and Carl Merchant and Bill Stopar, nelder and catcher respectively. Mr. Pohto started his '46 season with a group of 7 lettermen. Page Nmcty-nine 1 .. ' 1 1 'Q wcf' QYXWE +L - ,pi 1:1 BILL CRAWFORD Short Stop JAMES FUNK Pitcher ROBERT HAVVLEY Pitcher DICK LANESE Ccnterheld ROGER LOOS Pitcher I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1 I 1 I I 1 1 11 1 5 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 ii! DON MCLEAN Left Field CARL MERCHANT Center Field JACK OBERT First Base CHESTER ROJECK Second Base DEXTER ROLLA Pitcher 149 12 Q X f 1 x A fb J f X! 4 B 9, f f 1 'I if ? , A Q f M,.,,"x. 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'ft , , Y A f - . .A - J L :iff h tw , V , it 'X l , x V We f a i , A' K Q. l t ll' S . it , , . M- , c I gi 7 ya f . f ' ea ers W 1 1 ' Y 4- H ' S V . N' f X ' " 2 t f ' A. f 4 if , 1 t A A X T 2 U . W y . ,,,, V, i 4 5 f f ' Z: , Q First roto: B. Sumner. ,Slrrolzd rote: K, Ferro, ul. W1lKlIlSCJll, I. Gietano, Third row: K. New- ton, B. Deutelliaum, S. Morris, nl. Rini, P. Rapp, R. Oliver. Fozfrfli roto: D. Morris, P. Hawks, E. Thomas, C. McQuown, H. Hahn, A. Heder, C. Loos. Fifth row: Miss Gill, N. Fischer, IJ. Salinger, A. Ettenger, J. Sehulmeister, S. Gran, P. Long, D. Rini, M. Kozan. Sixth row: J. Kelly, Bl. Kinnamon, R. nlenz, B. Stone, B. Raney, C. Anderson, Y. Baraga, D. Paleit, D. Spangler, S. Slokar, Rl. Stoner. 'WVOMEN IN VVHITEH "Steps!" calls the girl in the white uniform. Obediently the blue-clad play- ers follow her direction for they know her position and respect her statements. She is a Girl's Leader, chosen on her qualifiations as an athlete and scholar, and her dependability. character, and initiative. Miss Gill, the sponsor, finds the girls helpful each day, by their management of games in the gytn classes as well as the intra-mural contests after school. ln the fall, after the Sophomore, lunior and Senior applicants have sub- mitted their names and reasons for wishing to become Leaders, their school records are examined, and they are scored on all counts. Early in the semester the girls are informed of their selection, and after an informal initiation they become qualihed to aid in the direction of student athletic activities. President ....................... ....,........ l iICT'I'Y SI'MNif3R Scrrcrarbv, Tzftiszzrcr ...... ..... t TANIQT SCiii11.Mi-3is'rIiR c, . 3 1 . ., ' xc S Page One Hundred Three CAROL ANDERSON JOSEPHINE GIETANO DONNA MORRIS HARTILL HAHN PAT RAPP BETTY SUMNER N. a x -:,xWN.,. M.. .W QQQQZ ,F Sw ' .' 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Leonard LoosHartill Hahn Mrs. Anthony Yaccariello Patricia Hawks Elfrieda Auer Carol Anderson james Hecht Clyde llerndsen Annabelle Berg Don llrenuan Dorothy Burke Hob Bitzer ,lim Royle Virginia llaraga George Beck NVilliam Rubnis Mary Clifford Patricia Cole June Carlgren Rob Curry Florence De Benedictis Eleanor Dowis Tom Drach Kenneth Enierick Aline Ettenger Robert Easter Jiin Ferro Gail Fitzpatrick Nancy Fischer Leroy Giampoli -lean Glesk Ralph Garrett Chuck George Josephine Gietano Al Greene Kent Hooker Page One Huudrcd .S'c'z'c'1z Flames Hinies Marian Hrabak -letta Hansen John Harrell Lorraine Herrinan Howard King -lean Kelly Stanley Kollar Norman Kozan Roger Kerschnick Pat Lavo Roger Loos Donald Lorman Alva LaChance Dick Lanese Chris Loos Jim McKee Francis Mattix Leonard Mora Dorothy Morgan Donna Morris aloe Mailander Shirley lVlcQuown Anne Meder Ronald Nickles Kathleen Newton lack Odell Mary Lou Otters Virginia Pettet Louise Pederson Ruth Pierce Tom Ramona Gloria Raymond Dick Reeher Margaret Randell Pat Rapp 'Walter Roberts Dorothy Rojeck Dorothy Read .loan Relyea Don Schutt Barabara Stone Martha Stoner Ronald Strobel Herbert Strain Ed Sullivan Betty Sumner Ed Saywell Stella Slokar Pat Sperl Florence Starina Paul Stegkamper Pat Teller Margaret Van Gilst Betty Votypka Mary Vlfellingti in Judith VVilkinson Henry VVagner Angie VN'aterwash llill Vlfayles 'Tune Vxfinzer Vhvllllflil Vtfojciechowsl 1 ,lean Yambersich 'loan U'Neil Peggy Ropes Donna Yoelker 1,1e211'y 11121112 Memories ,F SC111L'l111ilL'1' 5111 11she1'e11 111 the new 51:1'1UC11 yezu' 111111 11lle11 the halls 111 Shore with h11111l1'ec1s 111 51111-11ea1e11 l11Jpe1111s. 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X111 11e1':1111e11 ll 'l1l1:1111csg1vi11g 111111111151 with Fl 11:111ce. 1111 the 111111 111 X1'1ve111he1'. 1111 the 119111 211111 17111, 1111' 11111111 z1ws1i1e11 j111111'11' 111211, 91191111115-' l1'111 The N 1 'l'1'11l11," was :1 big success. 22111111111123I'11+,1111Zll11i5Q'1X'111g 1211111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 v . , 11z11:1 fX1g'111, 1111 1111: .1Oth, gave S111111- talent I1 cl1:111c1' 111 111e 11111elig111. 111- 11111-11e11 11111' l1:1s1qe111z111 sez1s1111 1111 the Sth 111' li1ece1111i1e1', 11011-311110 VV11- 11'11g111PB.. 41-26. 1: P11170 O111' Hzziidrcd Eight Sweet --.... Un the 13th, the Choir rendered a beautiful Christmas concert. Oh, Diary, the long awaited Christmas Formal was as thrilling as all ex- pected. Yes, the 15th of December will be a long remembered date in our Mein- ory Books. We avenged our football defeat to Ashtabula on 18th, by defeating them at basketball 38-31. The seniors spread the Christmas spirit by holding a caroling party on the 20th of December. 25th of December-Merry Christmas! l l On the 28th, the Admirals of today beat the Admirals of yesteryears, 52-48. December 31st-New Year's Eve was at happy event for all. The 4th of January brought a new year's victory over Berea Q48-295. Shore's mighty five had a spree with Mayfield. Q80-375. This was on the llth. The 15th, the National Honor Society welcomed this year's selections. Con- gratulations kids! On the 18th, the Shore Admirals came home with a hard fought victory over Maple Heights Q40-33D. Our quintet repelled our south-side rivals, E. Central 38-24 on the 25th of January. This victory was followed by a dance. February lst, we hit first place, by eeking out Brush 42-35. The 2nd, Parma fell to the powerful Admirals 4-4-26. We demolished Bedford 51-38 on the 8th of February. On the 15th, we doubled Orange 46-23. On the 16th, the Shore undefeated streak ended as an off night handed Uni- versity a victory of 45-31. Page One Hundred Nine Golden On the Zlst, a victory over Garfield crowned Shores quintet basketball kings of Eastern Conference. The 22nd, Hahn's had 44 at a VVashington's Birthday party. VVashington was unable to attend. The opening night of the N.E.O. basketball tournament, which was February 27th, brought forth 4 victors, which were Mentor, Lakewood, Lorain, and Painesville, The next night brought Heights, Bedford, Maple, and Brush forward, to enter quarter finals. March lst, handed Lakewood, River, and Shaw victories. Dear Diary, March Znd was a sad night for even though River and Bed- ford downed tough opponents, Shore lost a hard fought battle to Lakewood. March Sth, Shaw and Lakewood came out to face each other on the morrow. The 9th, brought the tourney to a close with Lakewood taking the trophy River captured the consolation trophy from Bedford. u On the 12th, the seniors began work on their play, "Mr, and Hrs. North. The 15th, brought a St. Patrick's Day dance sponsored by the juniors. Chuck Hill became their king. All the choirs participated in a thrilling assembly held March Zlst. On the 22nd, the Hi-'Y' liflriendship Carnival went over with a bang. The annual box social was held the 28th, with everyone having a good time. The 29th brought the Annual llasketball dance and crowning of the queen. The lucky girl was Pat Rapp. The bright lights shining forth from the auditorium the week of April l-5. meant simply that the seniors were hard at work on their play. The long awaited nights of llth, 12th, and ldth and the presenting of "Mi: and Mrs. North", arrived, giving success to the seniors and enjoyment to the audience. Page One Hundred Ten 1 I . Memories , 4- I i The llth also brought the opening of the Baseball season with a game with Cleveland Heights. The week of the Z3rd, three big baseball games were held. l April 19th-28th gave a breather, in the form of Easter Vacation, to students - before the last lap. l l , The week of May 3rd brought three more games to the Shore nine. May 4th, the Seniors presentedtTalent Night, something unattempted be- fore this year. Dear Diary, the night of May 10th, the Friendship girls dragged their fellas to the annual Spring Formal. VVhat fun! ! l l Two weeks prior to the 24th, live baseball games were held. Un the 24th, the juniors presented a Chinese Garden Prom to the leaving seniors. Uh Diary, it eouldn't have been more nearly perfect. The seniors enjoyed their banquet in traditional manner on the 4th of June. June 5th, the class of 1946 said so-long to High School days on their f Graduation Night. The End of a Perfect Year. Good night Diary. 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