Murrell Dobbins Vocational Technical High - Flame and Steel Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1939
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N Shaker, we are fortunate that we may
say the students are truly the school.
The student government, honor study
halls, student assemblies, extra-curricular
activities, and several sports are, to a large
extent, under student operation.
The l939 Gristmill has been prepared to
give this school, so uniquely student-op-
erated, a picture of its life-its leaders, its
clubs, its accomplishments, and its spirit.
We have not tried to overdo this picture.
We have presented it as it is, with the stu-
dent predominating. We have tried to
epitomize Shaker, growing, changing, im-
proving. This year has found the school
with its first varsity wrestling team, a more
efficient student council, improved and vi-
talized pep-assemblies, a record-high
budget sale, and a growing school spirit.
lt is our sincere hope that this Gristmill
may serve as a tangible memorial of our
three years of high school days and ex-
periences which have helped the student
and the school to live and grow.
N recognition of his untiring efforts as or-
ganizer and departmental head of the
music in the Shaker High School his
record as one of Americas outstanding
choir directors, his loyalty to the interests
and welfare of Shaker, his unselfish devo-
tion in furthering the ambitions not only of
the group but also of individual students,
and lastly his ability to mould real men
and Women, We, the Senior Class of l939,
deem it an honor to dedicate this Gristmill
to Mr. Griffith I. lones.
. from Mr. Patin
AM inclined to reminisce a bit today-to think of former seniors
who now occupy positions of trust and influence in world affaitrs.
There are a college professor, an actress, an artist, lawyers, doctors,
leaders in many professions and vocations. Yet Shaker High is but a
trifle over two decades old.
As I recall their names and faces, it seems to me that most of
those who have succeeded did not attain their high positions by bril-
liance of mind alone, but rather through hard work and their ability
to adjust to new situations.
In spite of depressions and other economic ills. it is still possible
for you to achieve in this Democracy of ours. Application, hard work,
and sacrifice are fundamental virtues and count more than accident of
birth or inheritance.
You who have chosen your vocations are fortunate, for that has
stimulated your accomplishment. You who have not yet determined
your field of interest will do well to get a broad cultural background.
No one can tell what the demands of the next decade will be. You
need to turn your efforts to account-to capitalize on an investment
Tlie Class of l9'59 will long be remembered in Shaker for its
contribution to the life of the school. Senior leadership in the student
council and in music, dramatics, and journalism has been outstanding.
You have made your deliberations felt in a reorganized curriculum,
Come back to see us often. Give us the benefit of your experi-
ence in the light of mature thought. Tell us what could have been
done differently-to have given you a better preparation.
To each and every one of you I wish the best that life can give.
I shall be proud of your successes and hold you to a high standard.
R. B. Putin
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l'i'r.sl Rott: Mr. Iircnfh. Mr. Lmwcs. Miss Iril-lonkili. omi: Mis. Gunn. Mr. Patin.
.Stioml Rott! Mrs. Caiothcrs. Aliss Gcigcr. Dr. Dillcv. Mi s I,aitcm. Nliss XVicIswiru. Miss .IacIsson. Mrs. Marlon
Aliss I almcr.
lhiru' Roux' Miss Mcifracltun. Mrs. Lommcn Miss I1lv. Miss Johnston. Mrs. Stiit. Mrs. Harhourt. Mrs. Smiii
Mrs. Bishop. Miss Bowen. Dr. Myers.
lourlh Row: Mr. Thraillsill. Miss Blair. Mrs. Sacha. Miss Andurson, Miss Graham, Miss Sullurs. Miss Carruthvrs
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lifth Rott: Mr. Ilcniv. Mr. Millvr. Mr. Harhourt. Mr. Staigcr. Mr. Trovan. Mr. Starr. Mr. Ratvld. Mr. - M
Mr Storms. Mr. I'rancis.
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MR. R. B. IJATIN Prrnfipcil
Mr. XYax'nr Iircnch
Miss Iouisc M. Hollon
Mr. Charles Hams
Mrs. Iiorotliv R. Gunn
Miss Virginia Isadluls
Miss Ilclcn Rock
Mrs. Alice Mcsnicls
Miss H. .Iran Amlcrsuft
Mrs. Iitlith S. Caiothcrs
Miss Gram Graham
Miss Mariorit' .Iaclsson
Miss Louisr Mcifraclwri
Miss Agncs Palmer
Mr. Ciroigc Ci. Starr
Mrs. Harrict Strcla
Aliss Qialc AXIIflsXYII'C
Alrs. Alatilda Bishop
Mr. John Harbourt
Miss Louisc M. Hollon
IVIr. .Iaclsson XV. Rafclcl
Mrs. Ruth Sacha
Mr, I.. R. Thrailltill
Miss Alma Bowun
Mr. M. If. Millrr
Mr. O. T. Park
Mr. Iiarl B. Prior
Mr. Harold Storms
Mr. XVas'nc Iircnch
Di. Ilvcrctt C. Mwrs
Mr. .I. Norman Staigcr
Mr. Patrick Trovan
Miss Ruth Blair
Dr. M. Ifvclvn Dillux'
Miss Isathrvn Cicigur
Mrs. Dorothv Ciunn
Miss Cicrtrudt' XV. .lahzi
Miss Hclcm' I aiicm
Miss Pauline Sellers
Mrs. I,va Mac Smith
Mr. Alvin Amcs
Miss Crystal Carruthvrs
Mr. Liui' I7. Henri'
Miss sisiwi iii,-
Alrs. In M. Siitt
Mr. Ruvnolfl Iillis
Mr. .lack Igvans
Mr. Cirifhth .I. .Ioncs
Mr. Charlcs Hancs
Mrs. Dorothca Marloxi
Miss Thcrcsa .Iohnston
Alrs. Rosa' Burlu'
Miss Pcarl Dorscv
Mr. Arthur Ci. I-rancis
Mrs. Dorothx' S. I.omniLn
Mr. Howard Ci. Moritz
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l'rI-sfklenf I WAIIACE ADLER
V ml- l,l'0Sl-dl'T7l MA RJ OR I I2 GU NDIQRSON
SL'CI'L'Il1!'g-'I1I'CllSLII'CI' J ACR SINCLAIR
Social Chairman VIRGINIA HITRRICK
Prmdem DUGALD PIQARSON
Vice-Presidenz DICK PIJIREQUIN
Secretary BOB SIBBISON
Treasurer I VIRGINIA Boos
Soclal Chczirnvan , BOB WEINIIURTNIER
Boys' Glee Club 123. 133: Orchestra 123:
Driving Club 133, 143: Travel Club 123:
Science Club 133. 143: A Cappella Choir
133, 143: Honor Study Hall 123. 133,
Student Council 123 : Glee Club 123 : Li-
brary Page 123. 133. 143: Library Club
123, Vice-President 133, President 143:
Driving Club 133. Treasurer 143 1 Radio
Club, Secretary 143 : Booster 143 : Water
Polo Champions 143: Honor Study Hall
Miriam Stage League 133, 143: Shakerite
123: Annual Board. Feature Editor 143:
Scribblers' League 133. 143: Radio Script
Club, Vice-President 143: Booster 133.
143: Badminton Championship 133: Book
Club 133, 143: Ping Pong Club 133,
143: Honor Study Hall 123. 133. 143.
Miriam Stage League 123. 133. 143 : Travel
Club 123, 143, Assistant Recording Secre-
tary 133: Driving Club 143: Dean's As-
sistfnnt 143: Honor Study Hall 123, 133,
Band 133, 143: Shakerite. 'Treasurer 143,
Assistant Sports Editor 143, Sports Editor
143: Booster 123. 133, 143: Travel Club
123, 133: Driving Club 133: German
Group 133. 143: Shaker Art Club 143:
Honor Study Hall 123, 133. 143.
Transferred from Lakewood: A Cappella
Choir 133, 143: Glee Club 143. Librarian
133: Miriam Stage League 133. 1433
Metronome Club 143: lirench Club 133,
143: Honor Study Hall 143.
Student Council 133, 143, Committee
Chairman 133: Class President 133, 143:
Assistant Booster Captain 143: Driving
Club 133, President 143: Intramural Bas-
ketball Championship Captain 123: Track
133: Congressional Club 143: Chess Club
123: Library Club 123. 133: Open Forum
Club 133: Honor Study Hall 123, 143,
Advisor 13 3.
Miriam Stage League 123, 133, 143:
Genonkwenon 133, 143: Student An-
nouncer 143: Travel Club 123, 133, 143:
Metronome Club 133. 143: Honor Study
Hall 123, 133, 43.
Miriam Stage League 133. 143: Booster
133, 143: Esperanto Club 133: Travel
Club 133, 143: Honor Study Hall 143.
Student Council 123, President 133, 1431
Congressional Club 133, President 143:
Student Court Judge 143: Assistant Booster
Captain 123, Captain 143: Annual Board,
Sports Editor 143: Shakerite, Sports Editor
143: Committee Chairman of Student Coun-
cil 143: Travel Club, President 123, 133:
Driving Club 123. 133: Assistant Track
Manager 123. Manager 133: Honor Study
Hall 123. 133, 143.
Girls' Glee Club 123. 133: Miriam Stage
League 133, 143: Dramatic Club 123, 133,
143: Boots and Saddle Club 123, 133.
143: Travel Club 143: Ping Pong Club
143: Shakerite 143: Book Club 133, 1432
Deans Assistant 123, 133, 143.
Band 123, 133. 143: Boys' Glee Club
143: Driving Club 133. 143: Booster
143: Science Club 143: Honor Study Hall
Miriam Stage League, Welfare Chairman
C45 3 Girls' Glee Club C25 3 Travel Club
C25. C35, C45 3 Boots and Saddle Club
C25 3 Book Club C45 3 Ping Pong Club
C453 Hockey C25, C353 Baseball C353
Volley Ball C25 3 Basketball C35, C45 3
Dean's Assistant C25, C35, C45 3 Honor
Study Hall C25, C35, C45.
Miriam Stage League C25, C353 Dramatic
Club C25, C453 Travel Club C35, C453
Driving Club C453 Dean's Assistant C35,
C45: Honor Study Hall C25, C35, C45.
Miriam Stage League C25, C35, C453 Dra-
matic Club C25, C35, C453 Travel Club
C25, C35, C453 Driving Club C453 Fenc-
ing Club C45 3 Honor Study Hall C35,
Miriam Stage League C25, C35, C453 Dra-
matic Club C25. C35, C453 Travel Club
C25, C35, C453 Honor Study Hall C25,
Miriam Stage League C353 Dramatic
Club C25, C453 Boots and Saddle Club
C25, C35, C453 Travel Club C25, C353
Girls' Glee Club C35, C453 Driving Club
C452 Dean's Assistant C352 Honor Study
Hall C25, C35, C45.
Girls' Glee Club C45, Treasurer C25, Sec-
retary C353 A Cappella Choir C25, C45,
Secretary-Treasurer C352 S, F. A. A. C453
Metronome Club C35, C453 Miriam Stage
League C453 Dean's Assistant C453 Honor
Study Hall C25, C35, C45.
Cheer Leader C25, In Charge C35, C453
Boys' Glee Club C35, Librarian C25, Treas-
urer C45: A Cappella Choir C25, Librarian
C35, Treasurer C45 3 S. F. A. A. C35, Vice-
Presiclent C453 Shaker Trio C35, C45 3
Honor Study Hall C25. C35, C45.
Band C25, C353 Travel Club C25. C35,
C453 Booster C25, C353 Football C253
Honor Study Hall C35, C45.
Class Vice-President C35, C453 Dramatic
Club, President C25, C35, C453 Metronome
Club C35, C453 Stage Crew C453 Driving
Club C253 Honor Study Hall Ad-
visor , .
Miriam Stage League C253 Class Social
Chairman C451 Girls' Glee Club C253 S. F.
A. A. C25, C35, Treasurer C451 A Cap-
pella Choir C25, C35, C453 Cheer Leader
C452 Boots and Saddle Club C35, C451
Sharcs Club C453 Basketball C253
Baseball C25, C353 Hockey C25. C353
Volley Ball C253 Honor Study Hall C25,
Booster C353 Hockey Manager C453 Travel
Club C25, C352 Driving Club C25, C35,
C453 Science Club C35, C453 Honor Study
Hall C25, C35, C45.
Nliriam Stage League C453 Dramatic
Club C353 Travel Club C25, C35, C453
Honor Study Hall C25, C35, C45.
Miriam Stage League C453 Boots and
Saddle Club C453 Esperanto Club C453
Volley Ball C453 Hockey C453 Basketball
C453 Honor Study Hall C25, C45.
Miriam Stage League 135, 145: Girls'
Cilee Club 125, 135: Dramatic Club 145:
Boots and Saddle Club 135. 145: Travel
Club 135, 145: Driving Club 145: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135.
Miriam Stage League 135, 145 : Travel
Club 125. 135. 145: Dramatic Club 125:
Boots and Saddle Club 125.
Booster 125, 135, Assistant Captain 145:
Track 135 : Hockey 135, 145 : Wrestling
Club 125 , Treasurer 135 1 Wrestling Team
145: Intramural Sports 145: Debating
Club 135: Boys' Glee Club 125. 13 5.
145 : Honor Study Hall 13 5. Assistant
Advisor 145 .
Leaders' Club 125, 135, President 145:
Hockey 145, Team Captain 125, 135:
Volley Ball 135. Team Captain 125: Bas-
ketball 135. 145, Team Captain 145:
Baseball 125. 135: Miriam Stage League
145: Girls' Glee Club 125. 135, 145:
Honor Study Hall 135, Assistant Advisor
Basketball 125. 135. 145: Booster 135,
145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135, 145.
Miriam Stage League 135, 145: Travel
Club 135. 145: Stage Design Class 145:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135. 145,
Booster 135. 145. Assistant Captain 125:
Shakerite 125. 135. Associate Sports Editor
145: Vice-Chairman of Student Court
Committee 125: Driving Club, Secretary
135: Open Forum Club 145: Football
145: Basketball 1255 Intramural Sports
125. 135, 145.
Football 125, 135, 145: Booster Captain
145 5 Archery Club 135 : Honor Study Hall
Booster 135: Travel Club, Sergeant-at-Arms
125, 135, 145: Stage Design Class 135,
1451 Band 145: Honor Study Hall 135.
Chess Club 125: Travel Club 135, 145:
Science Club 145: Shaker Art Club 145:
Shakerite 125, 135: Honor Study Hall
145, Advisor 125, 135.
Dean's Assistant 135, 145 g Girls' Glee Club
135, 145: Miriam Stage League 145:
Honor Study Hall 135, 145.
Booster 125, 135, Captain 145: Student
Council 125: Class Secretary-Treasurer
145: Track 125, 135: Football 125, 135,
145, Captain of Team 145: Basketball
135: Wrestling Team 145: Wrestling
135: Varsity "S" Club 135, President
145: Congressional Club, Sergeant-at-Arms
135, Treasurer 145: Honor Study Hall
Travel Club 135, 145, Secretary 125: S. F.
A. A, 125, 135, 145: Girls' Glee Club
125, 135, 145: A Cappella Choir 125,
135: Accompanist 145: Boys' Glee Club
Accompanist 135, 145: Boots and Saddle
Club 125, 135, 145.
Band 125, 135, 145, Junior Manager 125,
Manager 135. 145, Vice-President 135,
President 145: Orchestra 125, 135, 145:
S. li. A. A. 145 : Public Address Technician
145: Booster 135: Physics Laboratory As-
sistant 135, 145: Chemistry Laboratory
Assistant 145: Orchestra Club 145.
Girls' Glee Club C25, C35, President C45:
Travel Club C25, C351 Metronome
C353 Miriam Stage League C25, C35, C453
Booster C25. C355 Ping Pong Club C25:
Honor Study Hall C25, C35. C45.
Girls' Glee Club C25: Dean's Assistant
C355 Booster C45: Chairman of Operetta
Costuming C45: Honor Study Hall C35,
Student Council C45 3 Chess Club, Sergeant-
at-Arms C25: Travel Club C35, C455 D1-iv.
ing Club C45: Stage Design Class C45:
Assistant Stage Manager C45: Honor Study
Ruth Van Akon
Miriam Stage League C25, C35, Presiden
C45: Booster C25, C35, C45: Travel Clul
C25, C35, Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms C45
Girls' Glee Club C25, C35. C45: Hono
Study Hall C35. C45, Assistant Adviso
Booster C35, C45: Art Club C35, C45
Track C35. C45: Intramural Sports C25
C35. C45: Honor Study Hall C35, C45.
Book Club C35. C45: A Cappella Choir
C45, Girls' Glee Club C25. C35, C45,
Vice-President C35 : French Play C45 2
Honor Study Hall C35. C45.
One day as I sat lost in idle thought,
And pondered over unimportant things,
With sudden clarity my fancy caught
A glimpse of that mysterious road that brings
The future. Pausing then to look ahead,
I wondered what would happen to my friends
While following the lengthy path that led
Great leaders to their goals, yet always sends
An equal number to discouragement.
This class, aglow with youthful hopes, now rests
Prepared to walk the road that many went
Too carelessly. They soon will face its tests,
I look at these, my classmates, and I know
Success will come, no matter where they go.
Transferred from McKinley High. Canton
C41: Basketball, All Star Team C41.
Travel Club C315 Driving Club C31 : Girls'
Glee Club C41: Booster C31: Tumbling
Club C21: Intramural Sports C31: Honor
Study Hall C21, C31.
Girls' Glee Club C41: Honor Study Hall
C21, 631- C41-
Wrestling Club C21, C315 Wrestling Team
C41 : Football C41 : Honor Study Hall C41.
Shaker Model Wing Club, President C211
Model Airplane Club C41: Honor Study
Hall C31, C41,
Travel Club C21, C315 Driving Club C21,
C31 : Tumbling Club C31 : Girls' Glee Club
Shakerite C21: Book Club C21, C31, C41:
Baseball C21: Hockey C215 Scribblers'
League C41: Fencing Club C41,
Band C21. C31, C41: Orchestra C41:
Dean's Assistant C31, C41.
A Cappella Choir C21. C31: Boys' Glee
Club C31. C41: Fencing Club C31: Archery
C31. C41: Intramural Football C21. C311
Intramural Basketball C21, C31. C41.
Intramural Basketball C31, C41: Intramural
Football C31: Archery Club C31. C41:
Rifle Club C313 Hockey C31, C41.
Transferred from Heights High School C31 :
Football C419 Booster C31, Captain C41:
Honor Study Hall Advisor C41: Boys' Glee
Club C31. C41: Wrestling Club C31: Met-
ronome Club C41: Honor Study Hall C31.
Football C21, C31, Co-Captain C413
Basketball C31, C41: Track C31, C41:
Wrestling Club C311 Boys' Glee Club C21.
C31, C41: A Cappella Choir C21, C31.
C41: Booster C21, Assistant Captain C31:
Varsity "S" Club 421, C31. C41: Honor
Study Hall C21. C31, C41: Intramural
Sports C21, C31.
Miriam Stage League 125, 145: Shakerite
125, 135. Columnist 145: Travel Club
125, 135, 145: Driving Club 135.
Dramatic Club 125: Miriam Stage League
135, 145: Shakerite Columnist 125, 135,
Front Page Editor 145: Travel Club 125.
135: French Book Club 145: Honor Study
Hall 125' 135, 145.
A Cappella Choir 125: Student Council
125: Boys' Glee Club 135: Booster 145.
Betty lane Allison
Shakerite 135: Travel Club 135, 145:
Driving Club 145.
Orchestra 125: Open Forum Club 135,
145, Treasurer 125: Boys' Rifle Club 125:
Travel Club 125: Debating Club 135:
S. F. A. A. 135, Secretary 145: Booster
145: Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145,
Annual Board, Financial Manager.
Basketball 135, 145.
Girls' Glee Club 125 : Boots and Saddle Club
125, 135, 145: Booster 135: Miriam Stage
League 145: Dean's Assistant 135, 145:
Cheer Leader 145: Travel Club, Secretary
135: Driving Club 135.
Booster 125, 145.
Miriam Stage League 12 5. 135, 145: Dra-
matic Club 125: Travel Club 125, 135,
145: Assistant Honor Study Hall Advisor
145 : Girls' Leaders Club 125, 135.
Miriam Stage League 135: Booster 135:
Boots and Saddle Club 145: Budget Ticket
Committee 145: Girls' Rifle Club 125, Sec-
retary 145: Travel Club 135, 145: Dra-
matic Club 135 Q Biology Club 125 3 Hockey
125, 135: Basketball 125, 135, 145:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Band 125, 135, Treasurer 145: Orchestra
125, 135. Treasurer 145: S. F. A. A. 125,
135, Treasurer 145: Student Council As-
sistant Treasurer 125, Treasurer 135 : Com-
mittee Chairman 145: Booster 125: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Girls' Glee Club 125: A Cappella Choir
135, 145: Library Club 1451 Dramatic
Miriam Stage League 135: Dramatic Club
125, 145: Travel Club 125, 135, 145:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135,
Miriam Stage League C23. C331 Travel
Club C231 C331 Dramatic Club C33, C431
Driving Club C432 Ping Pong Club C431
Booster C431 Honor Study Hall C23, C331
Track C23, C33. C431 Football C231 C431
Water Polo C331 Wrestling Club C23.
C331 Booster C231 Intramural Sports C231
C331 C431 Badminton C231 C331 Varsity
"S" Club C231 C331 C431 Boys' Glee Club
C231 Stage Design Class C433 German Stu'
dent Exchange C33.
A Cappella Choir C432 Travel Club C431
Vocational Guidance Committee C431 Fenc-
ing Club C43: Tennis C431 Intramural
Sports C431 Honor Study Hall C23, C33,
Studio Art Club C23 1 Shaker Art Club C33.
C431 French Club C231 Dramatic Club
C232 Intramural Sports C23. C33. C431
Open Forum Club C332 Shares Club C331
C431 French Book Club C431 Stage De-
sign Class C431 Annual Board, Art Editor
Miriam Stage League C23. C33. C43 1 Travel
Club C23, C331 C431 Dean's Assistant
C231 Assistant Honor Study Hall Advisor
C431 Honor Study Hall C231 C331 C43.
Booster C33. C43 .
Girls' Rifle Club C231 Girls' Leaders Club
C331 C431 Shares Club C331 Travel Club
C331 Class Treasurer C33, C431 Chairman
of Budget Ticket Committee C43.
Football C23, C33, C43: Track C231 C3Dv
C432 Basketball C331 Wrestling Club C231
Vice-President C331 Wrestling Team C431
Fencing Club C33, C431 Fencing Team C331
C431 Varsity "S" Club C33, C431 Honor
Study Hall C231 C331 C43.
Travel Club C231 Dramatic Club C231
Girls' Glee Club C231 A Cappella Choir
C431 Booster C23.
Transferred to Shaker C431 Fencing Club
Dramatic Club C231 Hockey C23. C431
Miriam Stage League C331 Shakerite C331
Club Editor C431 Driving Club C431 A
Cappella Choir C331 C43 : Scribblers League,
Secretary C431 Annual Board, Club Editor
C432 Honor Study Hall C231 C33, C43.
.Assistant Basketball Manager C33. Manager
C431 Science Club C231 Biology Club C232
VVater Polo Team C331 Candid Camera
Staff of Annual C331 Travel Club C431
Rifle Club C331 Fencing Club C431 Intra-
mural Sports C431 Honor Study Hall C43.
Orchestra C23. C331 C431 Archery Club
C23. C331 Badminton Club C43. President
C331 Booster C431 Vocational Guidance
Committee C432 Intramural Sports C43.
Band C23, C33, C431 Booster C33.
Miriam Stage League 125, 135. 145: As-
sistant Booster Captain 12 5, 135, 145 1
Cienonkwenon 13 5. 145 : Dean's Assistant
125, 135, 145 2 Travel Club. Secretary 125,
Treasurer 135 : Driving Club 135: Honor
Study Hall 125. 135, 145.
Student Council Secretary 135, Committee
Chairman 145: Student Court Junior Ade
visor 135: Student Court Judge 145: An-
nual Board, Editor-in-Chief 145: Central
Committee 145: Booster 125, Captain 145:
Chairman of Pep Assembly Committee 145:
Alternate Student Announcer 145: Congres-
sional Club. Secretary 135, Vice-President
145: Sbakerite 125, Sports Editor 135:
Dean's Assistant 135: Dramatic Club 125:
Track 125, 135: Driving Club. Secretary
125: Travel Club 145. Secretary 135:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Intramural Sports 125, 135, 145: Ping
Pong Club 135: Boxing Club 145: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135,145.
Mary Ellen Byron
Dramatic Club 125. 135: Travel Club 125.
135, 145: Miriam Stage League 145:
Honor Study Hall 125. 135, 145,
Sbakerite. Assistant News liditor 135. lidi-
tor-in4Chief 145: Annual Board. Assistant
Sports Editor 145: Handbook Committee
135: Travel Club 125: Library Club 125:
Booster 125 3 Honor Study Hall 125.
Student Announcer 145: Assistant Honor
Study Hall Advisor 145, Advisor 145 :
Driving Club 135. Vice-President 145:
Travel Club 135. 145: Dramatic Club 145:
Dean's Assistant 125: Booster 135: A Cap-
pella Choir 145: Tumbling Club 125 2
Honor Study llall 12 5. 13 5. 14 5.
Biology Club 125: Boots and Saddle Club
125, 135. 145: Book Club 125. 135.
President 145: Esperanto Club 135.
Cheer Leader 125 , 135. 145 : Boys' Glee
Club 125, 135: A Cappella Choir 125,
135: Stamp Club. Secretary 125: Open
Forum Club 135: Intramural Sports 135 .
Band 125: Sbakerite Business Staff 135,
145: Track 125. 135, 145: Hockey Man-
ager 135. 145: Football Manager 145:
Booster 145: Rifle Club 125. 135, Presi-
dent 145: Science Club 135. Vice-President
145: Biology Club 145: Radio Club 135.
145: Open Forum Club 135.
A Cappella Choir 125. 135. 145 : Boys'
Glee Club 125, 135: Football 125. 135:
Driving Club 135 1 Archery Club 145:
Hockey 145: Badminton Club 145.
Leaders' Club 125. 135. Secretary 145:
Travel Club 125: Dramatic Club 125. 135.
145: Intramural Sports 125, 135. 1452
Miriam Stage League 135. 145: Intramural
Championship Volleyball Team 135: Capf
tain of Baseball Team 135: Girls' Varsity
Basketball Team 135: Senior Hockey Cap-
Girls' Cilee Club 135: Travel Club 1352
Art Club 145: Fencing Club 145: Booster
Miriam Stage League 125. 13 5, 1452
Girls' Clee Club 1 3 5. 145: Travel Club
125 : Championship Baseball Team 135 :
Championship Basketball Team 13 5.
Science Club 135. 145: Travel Club 135.
Attendance Secretary 145: Track 125, 145:
Championship Intramural Football Team
Miriam Stage League 125, 135, Treasurer
145: Girls' Leaders Club 125. 135. 145:
Honor Study Hall Advisor 135. 145: An-
nual Board. Associate Editor 145: Noon
Dance Committee 145: Travel Club 125:
Driving Club 125. 135: Baseball 125. 135:
Volley Ball 125. Championship Team 135 :
Hockey 125. Championship Team 135:
Basketball 125. Girls' Varsity Team 135:
Captain of Championship Swimming Team
145: Dean's Assistant 145: Archery Club
145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Miriam Stage League 12. 135. 145:
Dramatic Club 135: Booster 125. 145:
Travel Club 125: Ping Pong Club 135:
Championship Basketball Team 135.
Wrestling Club 125, 135: XVrestling Team
145: Football 135. 145: Driving Club
135. 145: Travel Club 145: Honor Study
Hall 125. 125. 145.
Girls' Glee Club 125. 135. 145: Dramatic
Club 125: Travel Club 125: Hockey 125:
Boots and Saddle Club 125: Miriam Stage
League 135. 145: Skating Club 135: Radio
Script Club 145: Championship Swimming
Miriam Stage League 125. 135 . 145:
Dramatic Club 11 5. 135 : A Cappella
Choir 135 : Ping Pong Club 135 : Bad-
minton Club 145: Honor Study Hall 125.
Dramatic Club 125. 135. 145: Shaker Art
Club 135. 145: Studio Art Club 125:
Stage Design Class 125. 135: Travel Club
145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Assistant Drum Major 135, Drum Major
145: Booster 145 2 Assistant Captain 135:
Wrestling Club 125 : Hockey 135, 145:
Archery Club 125 1 Stage Design Class 145 :
Varsity Club 145: lntramural Sports
125: Honor Study Hall 125. 135, 1-15,
Dramatic Club 125. 135: Book Club 135.
President 145: French Club 145: Scribblers'
League 145: Dean's Assistant 145.
Travel Club 125. 135. 145.
Dramatic Club 125 : A Cappella Choir 125.
135 : Girls' Cilee Club 145: Miriam Stage
League 135 1 Travel Club 145 1 Biology
Club 125 : Honor Study Hall 14 5.
Transferred to Shaker 135: VVrestling Club
135: Basketball 13 5. 145: lntramural
Sports 145: Driving Club 135. 145: Travel
Club 145: Honor Study Hall 135. 145-
Dramatic Club 135: Driving Club 135:
Dean's Assistant 14 5.
Miriam Stage League 12 5. 1 3 5. 145:
Travel Club 12 5. 135: Booster 12 5. 135'
145 2 Assistant Honor Study Hall Advisor
Transferred to Shaker 145: Travel Club
145: Dramatic Club 145: Girls' Badminton
Club 145: Honor Study Hall 145.
Dramatic Club 125: Travel Club 125. 135,
Secretary 145: Booster 125, 135. 1451
Intramural Sports 12 5, 13 5 3 Honor Study
Hall 125. 135, 145: Honor Study Hall
Assistant Advisor 125.
Band 125, 135, 145: Orchestra 125. 135,
145: Badminton 145: Football Champion-
ship Team 145 2 Intramural Sports 125,
A Cappella Choir 125, 135, 1453 Girls'
Glee Club 125, 135, 145: Miriam Stage
Band 125, 135: Class Ping Pong Champion
125. 145 : School Ping Pong Champion
135: Ping Pong Club Secretary 1355 All
Sports Club 145.
Dramatic Club 125. 135: Stage lilectrician
135, 145: Projection Crew 145: Chemistry
Laboratory Assistant 145: Travel Club 145.
Transferred to Shaker 145: liencing Club
145: Dramatic Club 145: Biology Club
145: Swimming Team 145.
'Transferred to Shaker 145: Open Forum
Club 145: Scribblers' League 145: Dramatic
Vvfrestling Club 125, 135: Wrestling Team
145: Booster 125, 135: Track Manager
125 2 Basketball Championship Team 135 :
Football Championship Team 135: Driving
Club 125. 135, 145.
Miriam Stage League 125: Dramatic Club
125: Sharcs Club 125, 135. Treasurer 145:
Esperanto Club 135, 145: Travel Club
145: Ping Pong Club 135.
Dramatic Club 125, 135. 145: Travel Club
125: Open liorum Club 135, 145: Esf
peranto Club 135. 145: Booster 125.
Student Council Committee Chairman 145:
Annual Board. Class Editor 145: Shakerite
125. 135: Booster 135 1 A Cappella Choir
145 : Track 125, 145 3 Archery 145 3 Science
Club 135. Secretary 145 3 Biology Club
125: Driving Club 135.
Student Council 125, Committee Chairman
135, Vice-President 145: Student Court
Judge 145: Congressional Club 1451 Honor
Study Hall Advisor 135. Assistant Advisor
125: A Cappella Choir 135, 145: Booster
125: Track 125. 145. Track Manager 135:
Varsity "S" Club 145: Driving Club,
Secretary 135: Debating Club 135: Metro-
nome Club 125. 135: Library Page 1455
Library Club 145.
Miriam Stage League 135: Shakerite 145:
Studio Art Club, Secretary-Treasurer 125:
Shaker Art Club 145: Esperanto Club 135:
Travel Club 125: Ping Pong Club 135:
Tumbling Club 125.
Transferred from Glenville High School
435: Travel Club 445.
Miriam Stage League 435. 445: Girls' Glee
Club 425. 435. 4453 Travel Club 425:
Boots and Saddle Club 435. 445 : Orchestra
425. 435 : Girls' l.c-aders Club 435. 445:
Championship Basketball Team 445 : Honor
Study Hall 425. 435. 445.
Shakerite, Assistant Advertising Manager
425: A Cappella Choir 435. 4-45: Boys'
GICC Club 425: Radio Script Club 435,
445 C Open Forum Club 435. Vice-President
445: Debating Club 435: Dramatic Club
445: Iixtemporaneous Speaking Team 445:
Scribblers' League 425: Intramural Sports
435: Honor Study Hall 425. 435, 4-45.
Travel Club 125. 435: Ping Pong Club
435: Honor Study Hall 445.
Dramatic Club 425 : Travel Club 425, 435.
445: Track 425: Intramural Sports 425.
Miriam Stage league 4 3 5. 445 1 Dramatic
Club 435: Boots and Saddle Club 425 :
Girls' Glee Club 425. 4353 'Travel Club
425. 4345: Driving Club 445: Booster 425,
Aero Club. Vice-President 425.- President
445 : Travel Club 425. Stage Assistant 445:
Fencing Club 435, 445: Fencing Team 435 .
Miriam Stage League 435. 445: Travel Club
Shakerite 425. Feature Iiditor 435. 445:
Dramatic Club 425. 435. Treasurer 4453
Boots and Saddle Club 425: Radio Script
Travel Club 425, 435. 445: Golf Club
425: Driving Club 445: Dean's Assistant
4255. 435: Intramural Football Champion-
ship Team 445.
Mary Louise Greene
A Cappella Choir 42 5. 435, Secretary-
Treasurer 445: Scribblers' League 425. 435.
President 445 : Shakerite 425. Secretary
435: Band 435, 445: Assistant Honor
Study Hall Advisor 435: Annual Board.
Girls' Sports Editor 445: Volley Ball 435:
Basketball 435: Baseball 435 : Badminton
Championship Team 435: Badminton Club
435. 445: Girls' Leaders Club 445.
Student Council 435. 44 5, Committee
Chairman 435 : Central Committee 445 L
Assistant Honor Study Hall Advisor 425,
Advisor 435 1 Congressional Club 445 :
S.F.A.A. 445: A Cappella Choir 445:
Operetta 445 1 Intramural Championship
Football Team 435: Basketball 445: Honor
Study Hall 425, 435. 445.
Boots and Saddle Club 425, 435. 4452
Girls' Glee Club 435. 445: Travel Club
435. 445: ACappella Choir 435. 445.
Boots and Saddle Club 123, 133, 143 1
Girls' Glee Club 13 3, 143 I Travel Club
133, 143: Driving Club 143.
Miriam Stage League 123, 143: Honor
Study Hall Assistant Advisor 133. Advisor
143: Girls' Rifle Club. Range Ofiicer 123,
Assistant Secretary 143: Radio Script Club.
Secretary-Treasurer 133. President 143:
Esperanto Club 133: Library Club 123:
Dean's Assistant 133: Booster 143.
Miriam Stage League 133. 143: Genonk-
wenon 133. 143: Central Committee, Secre-
tary 133, Chairman 143: Girls' Glee Club
123: Girls' Leaders Club 123, 133. Secre-
tary 143: Travel Club 123: Book Club
133, Secretary 143: Band 143: Honor
Study Hall 123. 133. 143.
Dramatic Club 123: A Cappella Choir 133,
143: Travel Club 123. 133. 143: Girls'
Glee Club 133, 143: Honor Study Hall
Booster 123, 133. 143: Track 123. 133,
143: Intramural Sports 133: Varsity
Club 133. 143.
Miriam Stage League 133: Boots and Saddle
Club 123: Dramatic Club 123: Library
Club 133, 143: Travel Club 123, 1332
Book Club 143: Iirench Book Club 143:
Deans Assistant 143: Honor Study Hall
Booster 133 3 Biology Club 123, Vice-Presi-
dent 133: Intramural Iiootball Champions
123, 133, 143: Intramural Basketball
Champions 123. 133, 143: Intramural
Badminton 133: Honor Study Hall 123,
Girls' Glee Club 123. 133. 143: Driving
Club 123: Booster 133: Honor Study Hall
Football Manager 133: Basketball Manager
133: Golf Team 133. 143: Rifle Club 123.
Secretary 133: Science Club 133: Varsity
"S" Club 133. 143: Track 133, 143:
Honor Study Hall Advisor 143 : Booster
143: Honor Study Hall 123, 133. 143.
Boys' Glee Club 123, 133: A Cappella
Choir 133. 143: Booster 123 : Science Club
143: Driving Club 133.
Shakerite Columnist 123. 133, 143 3 Miriam
Stage League 133, 143: Dramatic Club 123 :
Travel Club 123. 133: French Boo-k Club
143: Honor Study Hall 123, 133, 143.
Miriam Stage League 12 3. 133. 143: Travel
Club 133. 143: Mixed Badminton Club
Dramatic Club 123: Miriam Stage League
133: Open Forum Club 133: A Cappella
Choir 133, 1431 Driving Club 143: Fenc-
ing Club 143: Hockey 123: Honor Study
Hall 1723, 133. 143.
Girls' Glee Club 123: A Cappella Choir
143: Miriam Stage League 133: Dramatic
Club 123, 133, 143: Travel Club 123,
133: Driving Club, Secretary 143: Cheer
Leader 143: Booster 123: Assistant Honor
Study Hall Advisor 133 : French Book Club
Archery Club 125: Open Forum Club 135:
Dramatic Club 135: Shakerite 125: Radio
Script Club 145.
Mary Ann Iakes
Miriam Stage League 125. 135 : Travel Club
125, 145: Shares Club 145: Driving Club
145: Hockey 125. 135. 145: Volley Ball
125. 135. 145: Basketball 125. 135. 145:
Baseball 125. 135: Championship Swim-
ming Team 145.
Transferred to Shaker 125 : Dean's Assistant
135: Booster 145: lisperanto Club 145:
Wrestling Team 145: Track 135 : Open
Forum Club 145: Honor Study Hall 135.
Boys' Glee Club 125. 135. 145: Travel
Club 125, 135: Esperanto Club 135. 145.
Travel Club 125: Boys' Olee Club 135.
145: Driving Club 145.
Miriam Stage l.eague 125, 135. 145:
Dramatic Club 135: Girls' Ping Pong Club
135: Girls' Badminton Club. Vice-President
145: Travel Club 145: Booster 135:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135. 145.
Booster 125. 145: Science Club 135, 145:
Open Forum Club 135: Model XVing Club
125: Fencing Club 145: Travel Club 145:
Intramural Sports 125: Honor Study Hall
125' 1351 145-
Booster Captain 145 : Congressional Club
145:Football 125- 135. 145: Track 125,
1351 1452 B-2Sk6Ib-ill 1453 lntramural
Football Champions 125 : Intramural Bas-
ketball Team Captain 125 , Championship
Team 135 : Driving Club 145 3 Honor
Study Hall 125- 135. 145.
Plflfl POHQ Club 145: Honor Study Hall
125 135 143
Shares Club. President 125, 135, 145:
Miriam Stage League 125. 135: A Cappella
Choir 125: Girls' Tumbling Club 125:
Mixed Badminton Club 145: Book Club
135: Booster 135. 145: Honor Study Hall
Band 12 5, 135: Boots and Saddle Club
135 I Driving Club 145: Orchestra 135:
Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Art Club 135: Boots and Saddle Club 1353
Driving Club 145.
Tennis Team 145: Vhestling Team 145:
Student Council Treasurer 145.
Boots and Saddle Club 125: Travel Club
125, 135, 145: Miriam Stage League 125,
135, 145 2 Driving Club 125: Girls' Cilee
Club 135, 145.
Travel Club 125: Driving Club 145: Intra-
mural Sports 125, 135, 145.
Sharcs Club 125. 135: Miriam Stage
League 125: Boots and Saddle Club 1353
Driving Club 125: Studio Art Club 125:
Shaker Art Club 135: Mixed Badminton
Club, Secretary-Treasurer 135. 145: Arch-
ery Club 145: Girls' Leaders Club 145:
All Sports Club 145: Exercise Club 1357
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Dramatic Club 125. 135, 145: Travel Club
135. 145: Miriam Stage League 145:
peranto Club 135: Booster 135: Ping Pong
Club 135: l-lonor Study Hall 125, 135,
A Cappella Choir 125. 135. 1453 Girls'
Glee Club 125, 135. 145: S,li.A.A. 125.
135: Travel Club 125, 135, 145: Miriam
Stage League 125, 135, 145.
A Cappella Choir 135: Girls' Glee Club
135: Dramatic Club 125 3 Studio Art Club
125: Stage Design Class 135: Travel Club
Biology Club 125 : Shakerite 135, Headline
Writer 145: Track 135, 145.
Transferred from West High School 1353
Fencing Club 145.
Miriam Stage League 125, 135. 145 2
Dramatic Club 135 : Boots and Saddle Club
125: Travel Club 135: Booster 135, 145.
Boys' Glee Club 125, 135, 145: S.F.A,A.
125, 135: A Cappella Choir 135, 145:
Driving Club 145: Ping Pong Club 1353
Intramural Sports 125, 135, 145.
Band 125, 135, 145: Orchestra 125, 135:
Locker Supervisor 135, 145: Booster 145:
Archery Club 145: Badminton Club 145.
Boys' Glee Club 135: Rifle Club 135:
Travel Club 135, Secretary 145: Driving
Club 145: Honor Study Hall 125, 135,
Dramatic Club 125: A Cappella Choir 125:
Dean's Assistant 125, 135: Hockey 125:
Baseball 125, 145: Basketball 125, 135.
145: Travel Club 125: Honor Study Hall
Advisor 145: Gym Assistant 145: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135. 145.
Wrestling Club 12 5, 135, 1451 Football
125. 135. 145: Track 135. 145: Boys'
Glee Club 135: Shakerite, Circulation De-
partment 145: Travel Club 125, 135, 145.
Travel Club 125: Miriam Stage League
125 : Esperanto Club 135 3 Movie Apprecia-
tion Club 135: Honor Study Hall 125.
Boys' Glee Club 135: Honor Study Hall
Travel Club 125. 135. 145: Miriam Stage
League 135: Dramatic Club 125, 135:
Driving Club 125: Fencing Club 135:
Library Club. Vice-President 145: Girls'
Badminton Club, Secretary-Treasurer 145:
All Sports Club 145: Booster 135: Honor
Study Hall 125. 135, 145.
Student Council 125. 135, 145: Booster
125, 135. Captain 145: Shakerite, Circula-
tion Department 145: Stage Design Class
145: Stage Crew 145: Football 125. 135.
145: Fencing Club 135, 145: Travel Club
125. 135, Stage Manager 145: Honor
Study Hall 125.
Transferred from Heights High School 125 :
Hockey 135, 145: Football 135. 145:
Badminton Club 135: Archery Club 1451
All Sports Club 145: Intramural Sports
135: Booster 145: Driving Club 135:
Travel Club 145: Honor Study Hall 135,
Wrestling Club 125. 135: Band 125. 135:
Driving Club 125 1 Booster 125 , 135 :
Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Booster 125: Boys' Glee Club 125, 135.
Vice-President 145: A Cappella Choir 125.
135, 145: Wrestling Club, President 125,
135: Wrestling Team. Captain 145: Intra-
mural Football, Team Captain 125, 135.
145: Intramural Basketball 125. 135, 145:
Archery Club 145: Shaker Trio 135, 145.
Dramatic Club 125: Art Club 125, 135:
Driving Club 125, 135: Student Council
135: Scribblers' League 145: Debating
Club 135: Intramural Football Champions
135: Senior Play 145: Prince of Peace
Declamation Contest Winner 145.
Travel Club 125, 135. 145: Miriam Stage
League 125: Dramatic Club 125, 145:
Studio Art Club 125: Shaker Art Club,
Secretary 135: Book Club 135, 145:
Scribblers' League 145: Open Forum Club
135: Shakerite, Business Staff 135, Adver-
tising Manager 145: Honor Study Hall
Travel Club 145: Golf Club 145: Boots
and Saddle Club 145: Honor Study Hall
Girls' Glee Club 125, 135, Treasurer 145:
Miriam Stage League 125. 135, 145: Boots
and Saddle Club 125, 135, 145: Travel
Club. Sergeant-at-Arms 145: Honor Study
Debating Club 125: Dramatic Club 125:
Chess Club 125: Scribblers' League 135,
145: Open Forum Club 135, President
145: Esperanto Club, Treasurer 135, In--
Fencing Club 135. Vice-President 145:
Junior Rifle Club. President 1351 Senior
Rifle Club 145: Booster 135.
Miriam Stage League 125, 135. 145: As-
sistant Honor Study Hall Advisor 135:
Band 125, Junior Secretary 135: Shares
Club 125. Vice-President 135: Dean's As-
sistant 125, 135, 145: Shakerite 135, 145:
A Cappella Choir 145: Ciirls' Cilee Club
145: Book Club 135, 145: Baseball 125.
135: Hockey 125: Basketball 125.
Wrestling Club 121. 131: Travel Club
131: Booster 121, Assistant Captain 131:
Intramural Basketball Champions 1311
Intramural Football Champions 131: ln'
tramural Basketball 141.
Student Council 121. 131 2 Assistant Honor
Study Hall Advisor 131 : Booster 131 :
Science Club 121 : Travel Club 141-
Miriam Stage League 121. 131. 1411
Dramatic Club 121. 131: Travel Club 121.
131, 141: Driving Club 121: Hockey
121, mg Basketball 121, 131: Booster
121, 131: Honor Study Hall 121, 131-
1--Iockqy 121, 131: Travel Club 121- 131:
Honor Study Hall 131, 141.
Band 121. 131, 141: Booster 1412 Honor
Study Hall 141.
Miriam Stage League 121. 131. 141: Open
lforum Club 141: Travel Club 121. Nom-
inating Committee 131: Book Club 131:
Annual Board 141: .Assistant Honor Study
Hall Advisor 121, Advisor 131: Booster
121, 141: Honor Study Hall 121, 131.
Boys' Glee Club 121: Travel Club 131:
Radio Club, Vice-President 141: Intramural
Sports 141: Honor Study Hall 121. 141.
Boys' Cilee Club 121: Orchestra 121, 141:
String Ensemble 141: S.F.A.A. 121. Social
Chairman 131. 141: Booster 141: Pho-
tography Club 141: Honor Study Hall 121,
131, 141: Tennis Team 141.
Rifle Club 121: Wrestling Club 121, 1311
Hockey 131. 141: Varsity Club 141:
Intramural Football Champions 121 : Travel
Club 131, 141: Student Council 141:
Booster, Assistant Captain 131 3 Honor
Study Hall 121. 131, 141.
Transferred from Shaw High School 131:
Miriam Stage League 131, 141: Boots and
Saddle Club 131. 141: Driving Club 141:
Dean's Assistant 141.
Student Council 121: Booster 121, 131,
MoX'ic Booster. Captain 141: A Cappella
Choir 131, 141: Boys' Glee Club 121,
Secretary-Treasurer 131, President 141:
Honor Study Hall Advisor 121: Honor
study Hall 121, 131, 141.
Miriam Stage League 121, 131: Dramatic
Club 121. 131: Travel Club 121, 131,
141: Library Club 141: Driving Club 141:
Shakerite 141: Badminton 121, 131:
Honor Study Hall 121, 131, 141.
Student Council 121 3 Booster 1412 Shaker-
ite 131. Headline 1Vriter 141 : Science Club
131, President 141: Wrestling Club 121.
131. Vice-President 121: Intramural Foot-
ball Champions 131. 141: Intramural
Basketball Champions 131, 141: Driving
Club 131: Library Club 121: Honor Study
A Cappella Choir 131, 141: Football 121.
131, 141: Hockey 131, 141: Wrestling
Team 141: Intramural Sports 121, Cham-
pionship Basketball Team 141: Track 131:
All Sports Club 141: Driving Club 121:
Model Vvling, Club 121: Travel Club 121:
Airplane Club 141: Stage Design Class 131,
141: Dramatic Club 141: Honor Study
Hall 121, 131, 141.
Transferred to Shaker 145: Badminton
Club 145: Travel Club 145: Library Club.
Booster 125: A Cappella Choir 125. 135.
Librarian 145: Boys' Glee Club 125. 135,
Librarian 145: Hockey 135, 1452 Wrest-
ling Club, Secretary 125: Golf Team 145.
Captain 135: Archery Club 125. 135:
Varsity "S" Club 135. 145: Stage Design
Class 145: Shaker Trio 135. 145: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135,145.
Booster 145: Student Announcer 145 1
Spring Play 145 : Chemistry Laboratory
Assistant 145 3 Honor Study Hall 12 5.
Becky lane Murphy
Miriam Stage League 125. 135. 145: Boots
and Saddle Club 125, 145: Travel Club
125, 135, 145:C1irls'Glee Club 135. 145:
Dean's Assistant 125: Booster 145: Honor
Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Booster 125: Assistant Honor Study Hall
Advisor 135, Advisor 145: Rifle Club 135.
145: Driving Club 135: Hockey 135,
145: Intramural Sports 125. 135, 145:
Captain of Championship Homeroom Iioot-
ball Team 145: Track 135, 145: Science
Club 145: Honor Study Hall 125, 135.
Transferred to Shaker 135: A Cappella
Choir 135. 145: Student Announcer 145:
Scribblers' League 145: Honor Study Hall
Dramatic Club 125: Assistant Stage Elec-
trician 135. Chief lilectrician 145: Projec-
tion Crew 135, 145: Public Address Tech-
nician 145: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant
145: Travel Club 145: Honor Study Halt
Driving Club 125, 135: Travel Club 135,
145: Science Club 145: Photography Club
Transferred from Richfield High School 135.
Rifle Club 125: Travel Club 135, 145:
Hockey 135, 145: Varsity "S" Club 145:
Booster 135, 145.
Miriam Stage League 125. 135: Travel
Club 135: Dramatic Club 135, 145: Driv-
ing Club 145: Dean's Assistant 125, 135,
Science Club 135. Treasurer 145: liencing
Club, Treasurer 135, President 145: Es-
peranto Club 135: Archery Club 13 5, 145:
XVrestling Club 145: Tennis Team 145:
Track 135, 145: Fencing Team. Captain
145 : Vy'restling Team 145 I Aero Club
145: Intramural Sports 125. 135. 1451
Honor Study Hall 125. 135, 145.
Science Club 135, 145: Travel Club 145:
Driving Club 145: Booster 135, Captain
145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135,145.
Biology Club 135: Rifle Club 145: Travel
Club 145: Intramural Sports 135: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Wrestling Club 125: Football 135. 145:
Track 145: Boys' Glee Club 135.
Travel Club 125: Dramatic Club 125, 135:
Miriam Stage League 135: Open Forum
Club 135: Student Council 135: Driving
Club 145: Fencing Club 145: Scribblers'
League 145: Honor Study Hall 125, 135,
Miriam Stage League 125, 135. 145:
Dramatic Club 125. 135. 145: Travel Club
135, 145: Fencing Club 145: Driving
Club 145: Hockey 125. 135. 145: Volley
Ball 125, 135: Basketball 125, 135.
Championship Team 145 : Baseball 125.
135, 145: Dean's Assistant 145: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Girls' Glee Club 125: Miriam Stage League
125. 135: Travel Club 125, 1351 Dra-
matic Club 135: Art Club 125: Dean's
Assistant 135, 145.
Student Council 135. Chairman Budget
Committee 145: Honor Study Hall Advisor
125, 135: Class President 145: Assistant
Booster Captain 135, Captain 145: Con-
gressional Club 145: Annual Board. Asa
sistant Class Editor 145: Chairman of
Wrestling Committee 145: Track 125,
135, 145: Hockey 145: Varsity "S" Club
145: Intramural Football Champions 135:
Junior Rifle Club, Treasurer 125: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Miriam Stage League 135: Dramatic Club
135, 145: Travel Club 135, 145: Booster
135: Honor Study Hall 135. 145.
Miriam Stage League 1352 Dramatic Club
125, 135. 145: Travel Club 125. 135.
145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Booster 125. Captain 145: Honor Study
Hall Advisor 145: Congresional Club.
Treasurer 145: A Cappella Choir 125,
135, President 145: Boys' Cilee Club 135:
Class Vice-President 145: Football 125.
135. 145: Track 125, 135, 145: Golf
135. 145: Hockey 145: Archery 125:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Transferred to Shaker 145: Booster 145:
Track 14 5.
Miriam Stage League 125. 135. 1451
Genonkwenon 135 : Dramatic Club 125:
Travel Club 12 5, 135, Secretary 125:
Booster 135. 145: Honor Study Hall 125,
135, Advisor 145.
Dramatic Club 125: Travel Club 135,
145: Driving Club 135: Girls' Glee Club
135: Booster 135.
Dramatic Club 125. 135. 145: Travel Club
135, 145: Miriam Stage League 135. 145:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Boys' Glee Club 125, 135: A Cappella
Choir 125. 135. 145: Movie Booster 145:
Intramural Basketball 125. ,
Booster 125, 1353 Track 125, 1351
Intramural Sports 145 : Budget Ticket Com-
mittee 145 : Driving Club 145 : Honor
Study Hall 125. 145. .
A Cappella Choir 135: Girls' Glee Club
125, 145: Dramatic Club 125: Library
Club 125: Travel Club 145.
A Cappella Choir 135: Girls' Glee Club
125: Miriam Stage League 135. 145:
Dramatic Club 135, 145: Travel Club 125.
Teller 135, Sergeantfat-Arms 145: Honor
Study Hall 125. 135, 145.
A Cappella Choir 135, 145: Girls' Glee
Club 135: Miriam Stage League 145:
Travel Club 145: Honor Study Hall 135,
Football 125, 145: Intramural Football
135: Basketball 135, 145: Booster 145,
Dramatic Club 125: Booster 125: Shakerite
Dramatic Club 125 : Travel Club 125,
135 : Scribblers' League 145 : Girls' Bad-
minton Club 145.
Boys' Glee Club 125: Track 125, 135,
145: Football 135- 145: Varsity Club
145: Booster 125: Swimming Team 145:
Honor Study Hall 125. 135, 145.
A Cappella Choir 125. 135, 145: Boys'
Glee Club 125: Football 125, 145: Track
125, 135, 145: Basketball 135. 145:
Varsity "S" Club 145: Water Polo 135:
Rifle Club 125, President 135 : Honor Study
Hall 125, 135, A
Biology Club 125: Science Club 125:
Driving Club 125, 135: Photography
Miriam Stage League 125. 135, 145:
Dramatic Club 125, 135: Travel Club
125: French Book Club 145 : Honor Study
Hall 125, 135.145.
Miriam Stage League 125, 135, 145:
Travel Club 125, 135. Sergeant-at-Arms
145 1 Dramatic Club 125. 135, 145: Honor
Study Hall Advisor 145: Dean's Assistant
135: Hockey 125: Honor Study Hall 125.
A Cappella Choir 125, 135, 145 3 Dramatic
Club 125, 135, 145: Senior Play 125,
135, 145: Boys' Glee Club 125. 135:
145: Annual Board 145: Student An-
nouncer 145 : Chess Club 125 : Honor
Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Booster 125, 135: Dramatic Club 125,
135, 145: Senior Play. Property Manager
1353 Travel Club 145: Chess Club 125:
Photography Club 145.
Travel Club 125 1 Miriam Stage League
125. 135. 145: Dramatic Club 125,
135, 145: Hockey 125: Booster 145:
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
A Cappella Choir 1 3 5. 145 : Boots ant:
Saddle Club 135. 145 3 Girls' Glee Club
125, 135: Honor Study Hall 125. 135,
BOOSIU 1 Z 5 5 135 3 Boys' Glee Club 12 5.
135 3 Aero Club 125: Rifle Club 135 3
Football 125. 145: Swimming Team 145.
Assistant Booster Captain 1.7. 5. Captain 135:
Honor Study Hall Advisor 145 3 Congres-
sional Club 145 : Varsity HS" Club 13 5.
1i45CFOOIbJll125. 135. 145: Track 125,
135. 145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135.
Science Club 145: Driving Club 125, 1353
Booster 145 3 Honor Study Hall 125. 135,
Miriam Stage League 12 5. 1353 Dramatic
Club 125, 135. 145: Boots and Saddle
Club 12 5. Secretary-Treasurer 135: Book
Club 13 5. 145 3 Girls' Glee Club 135.
145: Travel Club 145 3 Booster 135 3
Basketball 125. 135: Hockey 125, 1353
Baseball 12 5. 135: Honor Study Hall 12 5 .
Transferred to Shaker 135 : Girls' Glee Club
135. 145: Baseball 145: Honor Study Hall
Booster 135: Dramatic Club 1253 Bade
minton Club 135. 1453 lntramural Sports
125. 135: All Sports Club 145 3 Archery
Club 1453 Tennis Team 145: Travel Club
1453 Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Dramatic Club 135: Travel Club 125
135. 145: Girls' Glee Club 135, 145:
Baseball 135. 145: Honor Study Hall 135
Transferred from John Adams 135: Girls'
Glee Club 145: A Cappella Choir 145.
Girls' Glee Club 125. 135, 145 3 Mirian'
Stage League 145 3 Metronome Club 125
1353 Driving Club 125: Travel Club 125
135. 145 3 Book Club 145: Assistant
Honor Study Hall Advisor 12 5. 1353
Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Transferred to Shaker 14 5.
Travel Club 125 : Miriam Stage Leagui
1351 Dramatic Club 135. 145: Girls' Glen
Club 135: Driving Club 145: Booster 135
Booster 125. 135. 1451liootbJll 125- 135
145: Track 125, 135, 145: Wrestling
Club 125. 135: Vxlrestling Team 145
Basketball 135. 145: Varsity Clul
135. 1453 Intramural Sports 125, 135
145: Honor Study Hall 125. 1.35.
Dramatic Club 125. 135. 145: Art Club
125. 135: Stage Design Class 145: Travel
Club 145 : Driving Club 145 : Honor Study
Hall 125, 135, 145.
Transferred from Lehmen High School.
Canton 135: A Cappella Choir 135: Boys'
Glee Club 135, 145: Swimming Team
145: Wrestling Club 135: Championship
Water Polo Team 135: Travel Club 145.
Boys' Cvlee Club 12 5, Librarian 135 3
Booster 125, 135 : Basketball 135, 145:
Track 125. 135. 145: Football 1451
Varsity "S" Club 135. 145 : Intramural
Transferred from Savannah High School
125: Dramatic Club 125: Miriam Stage
League 135: Boots and Saddle Club 145:
Travel Club 135: Booster 135: Dean's
Class Secretary 135. 145: Booster 125,
135. 145 : Assistant Honor Study Hall Ad-
visor 145: Shakerite Business Staff 125:
Open Forum Club 135: Driving Club 135.
145: A Cappella Choir 135. 145: Honor
Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Dramatic Club 135, 145. Treasurer 125:
Shakerite 135. News Editor 145: Open
Forum Club 145: Honor Study Hall 125,
Miriam Stage League 125, 135, 145:
Dramatic Club 125. 135: Driving. Club
125. 145: Studio Art Club 135: Fencing
Club 135: Travel Club 135. 145: Booster
125: Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Band 125. 135. 145: Orchestra 145:
S.F.A.A. 125, 135. Controlling Board 145:
A Cappella Choir 135. 145: Intramural
Sports 145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135.
Dramatic Club 125. 135: Hockey 125:
Open Forum Club 135: A Cappella Choir
135, 145: Driving Club 145: Miriam
Stage League 135: Honor Study Hall 125,
Miriam Stage League 125: Dramatic Club
125, 135, 145: Boots and Saddle Club
125, 135. 145: Archery Club 145: Honor
Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Miriam Stage League 125. 135. 145:
Travel Club 125. 145: Honor Study Hall
Dramatic Club 12 5. 135 : Girls' Leaders
Club 125, 13 5, President 145 : Hockey
125, 135. 145 : Basketball 125. 135. 145 :
Miriam Stage League 135: Dean's Assistant
135, 145 : Driving Club 145 2 Annual
Board. Assistant Club Editor 145 3 Honor
Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Booster 45: Assista t Ca 'ri 1 5: Arch-
ery Clu ' ll .135.
Miriam Stage League 125: Dramatic Club
125: Boots and Saddle Club 125: Sharcs
Club 125, 135. Secretary 145: Girls'
Leaders Club 135. 145: Badminton Club
135: Archery Club 145: Hockey 125.
135, 145: Volley Ball 125. 1351 Basket-
ball 125. 135: All Star Team 135: Base-
ball 125. 135: Captain of Winning Hockey
Team 135: Booster 135: Honor Study
Hall 125, 135, 145.
Shakerite 125, Advertising Manager 135.
Business Manager 145: A Cappella Choir
135, 145: Boys' Glee Club 125, 135:
Science Club 125. 135 : Esperanto Club
135: Scribblers' League 145: Radio Club
145 : Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Miriam Stage League 125. 135 : Travel Club
125. 135. 145: Dramatic Club 125. 135:
Boots and Saddle Club 125: Girls' Bad-
minton Club 145: Assistant Honor Study
Hall Advisor 135: Honor Study Hall 125,
Orchestra 125, 135: Band 125, 135, 145:
Booster 125: Honor Study Hall 125, 135.
Dramatic Club 125. 135: Studio Art Club
135: Miriam Stage League 135, 145:
Girls' Badminton Club 135: Fencing Club
135 3 Travel Club 145 : Booster 145 :
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Dramatic Club Secretary 125, 135: Boots
and Saddle Club. President 135, 145: A
Cappella Choir 125. 135: Travel Club
125: Skating Club 135: Girls' Cilee Club
125: Driving Club 135: Archery Club,
Secretary 145: Shakerite, Columnist 145:
Honor Study Hall 125: 135, 145.
Dean's Assistant 125, 135: Main Olice Asa
sistant 145: Miriam Stage League 125,
135: Travel Club 135, 145: Dramatic
Club 135: Honor Study Hall 125, 135,
Annual Board, Business Manager 145 : Foot-
ball 135. 145 : Basketball 135 : Booster
135: Debating Club 125.
Football 125. 135. 145: Wrestling Club
125. 135: Basketball 125, 135. 145: Var-
sity "S" Club 135. 145: Track 125, 135,
145: Boys' Glee Club 135, 145: Booster
145:GolfTeam 135, 145.
Band 125, 135. 145: Tennis Team 125.
135, 145: Badminton Club 135, President
145: Varsity "S" Club 135. 145: Mixed
Doubles Badminton Championship 135:
Ping Pong Club 135.
CviflS' C1100 Club 125, 135 : Boots and Sad-
dle Club 125. 135: Miriam Stage League
125: Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Boys' Glee Club 125. Librarian 135: Foot-
ball 125. 135. 145: Wrestling Club 125
135. Team 145: Intramural Basketbal
Champions 125. 135: Intramural Sport:
145: Booster 135, 145.
Travel Club 125, 135 : Miriam Stage Leagui
125, 135, 145: Booster 135, 145.
Student Council 135. President 145: Stu
dent Court, Junior Advisor 135: Centra
Committee 135: Class President 135: Con
gressional Club 135, 145: Booster 125: 1
Cappella Choir 125, Secretary 135, Presi
dent 135: S. F. A. A. 135, 145: Drivin
Club, Secretary 135: Intramural Footba
145: Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Junior Rifle Club 125: Fencing Club 135
Open Forum Club 135: Booster 145
Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Fencing 133: Honor Study Hall 143.
Drarnatic Club 123. 133. 143: Miriam
Stage League 143: Travel Club 123: Shale--
erite 123. 133, 143. Feature liditor 133:
Honor Study Hall 113. 133, 143.
Booster 133, 143: Annual Board, Assistant
Business Manager 133: Dean's Assistant
133: Science Club 143: Travel Club 133,
Treasurer 143: Driving Club 143: Foot-
ball 133: Track 123: Honor Study Hall
Rifle Club 133: Science Club 143: Hockey
133, 143: Honor Study Hall 143.
Transferred to Shaker 143.
Band 123. 133, 143.
Transferred from Heights High School 133 :
Bgoster 143: Rifle Club 143: Football
Band 123. 133. 143: Orchestra 123. 133:
S. F. A. A. 133, 143: Honor Study Hall
Boys' Glee Club 123. 133. 143: Open
Forum Club 123. 133: Driving Club 143:
Science Club 143: lntramural Football 143:
Girls' Cilee Club 123: Studio Art Club 133,
Secretary-Treasurer 123 3 Driving Club 123:
Miriam Stage League 133, 143: Dramatic
Club 133. 143: Ifencing Club 133 : Travel
Club 143: A Cappella Choir 143: Booster
133: Honor Study Hall 123. 133, 143.
Booster 133, 143. Assistant Captain 133:
Student Council 123 2 Assistant Honor Study
Hall Advisor 143: liootball 123, 143:
Hockey 143: Travel Club 143.
Booster 123, 1331 Intramural Sports 123:
l'ootball Manager 123, 1335 Basketball
Manager 123: Golf Team 143. Captain
133: Scoreboard Engineer 143.
Booster 123, 133: Honor Study Hall Ad-
visor 143: Driving Club 123. 133: Score-
board Engineer 133, 143: Honor Study
Miriam Stage League 123. 143. Vice-Presi-
dent 133 : Genonlcwenon 133: Class Vice-
President 133 1 Central Committee 133,
143, Secretary 133: Studio Art Club. Presi-
dent 123 : Boots and Saddle Club 123 :
Radio Script Club 133: Dramatic Club 133 :
Honor Study Hall 123, 133, 143.
Student Council Committee Chairman 145:
Assistant 125 1 Congressional Club 145 3
Class Social Chairman 145 : Travel Club,
President 145: Driving Club 135, 145:
Golf Club 135: Badminton Club 135:
Wrestling Club 125, 135: Boys' Glee Club
135: Varsity Club 135, 145: Track
125. 135. 145: Hockey 145: Booster 145.
Miriam Stage League 125, 135, 1-1-55
Travel Club 125. 135. 145: Honor Study
Hall 125. 135, 145.
Science Club 125, 135, 145: Stage Elec-
trician 145g Projection Crew 145: Cheni-
istry l.aboratory Assistant 145: Intramural
Basketball Champions 125.
Football 125, 135. 145: Travel Club 135:
Assistant Stage Manager 145 1 Dramatic Club
135, 145: Fencing Club 135. 145: Air-
plane Club 145: Wrestling Club 135. 145,
Varsity Club 145: Stage Design Class
145: Booster 145.
A CZIPPCH-1 Cl'10ir 125, 135. 145 1 Booster
125: Basketball 125: Honor Study Hall
Advisor 135: Driving Club 125, 1353
Model Wing Club 125: Band 145: Track
135. 145: Spring Play 145.
Doris Ann Wright
Transferred to Shaker 135: Miriam Stage
league 135, 145: Dramatic Club. Secre-
tary 135: Cheer l.eader 145: Skating Club
135: Shakerite 145: Booster 145: Honor
Study Hall 135, 145.
Dramatic Club 125: Miriam Stage League
135: Travel Club 135, 145: Dean's As-
sistant 145: Honor Study Hall 125. 135.
Girls' Glee Club 125, 135, 145: Miriai
Stage League 145: Travel Club 145
Honor Study Hall 125. 135. 145.
Dramatic Club 125. 145: Travel Club 125
135: Miriam Stage l.eague 145.
Student Council Committee Chairman 145
Congressional Club President 145: Assistan
Booster Captain 145: Boys' Glee Clul
Secretaryflnreasurer 1253 Class Sociz
Chairman 135: Basketball 125. 135, 145
A Cappella Choir 135: Esperanto Clu
135: Honor Study Hall 125, 135, 145.
Assistant Booster Captain 125 : Assistan
Honor Study Hall Advisor 125, Adviso
135. 145: German Studentllfxchange 135
German Club 135. 145: Honor Study Hal
Dramatic Club 125, 135. 145: Driving
Club 125, 135: Radio Script Club 145
Ping Pong Club 125: Fencing Club 145
Basketball 135: Track 145.
Airplane Club 125. VicefPresident 145:
Shaker Art Club 135: Booster 145: Honoi
Study Hall 135, 145.
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7 I promised to write you a monthly letter-
School's started again, so maybe I'd better.
16 Girl cheerleaders didn't help, it appears,
For Hay beat Shaker, the first time in years.
30 Our budget went over the top today:
We join Mr. Thrailkill in shouting, "Hurray!
The football score: seven to two.
Bedford was beaten: sad UD but true.
3 We listen to try-outs and vote to select
The P.A. announcers who sound most correct.
7 We lost in football at Shaw tonight:
Seven to nothing. It doesn't seem right!
8 Mr. Wayne Morris got questioned by two
Of the Shakerite's female news-gathering crew.
10 Our new Mr. Ellis arrives to direct
The music department: he's good, we suspect.
20 A detective was scheduled to talk today:
He got the wrong date, so we sang time away.
21 When the scattered students had been collected,
'Phe year's class officers soon were elected.
24 Open House: Mother and Dad are there.
I pace the floor and tear my hair.
27 The Junior High Carnival yields me a prize
And brings back the days when I was that size.
28 God bless the N E O T A
For giving us this holiday.
29 Heights is tied with a rousing cheer
In the football climax of the year.
31 We saw "You Can't Have Everything",
The first noon movie shown since spring.
5 Thirty-three to zero: we're licked by Lorain.
This losing in football becomes quite a strain.
ll As we quivered and shook and got a bit paler
We took an exam at the fluoroscope trailer.
-22 My budget meets a complication:
The Community Fund gets a big donation.
18 "Resentment's ridiculous," Zona Gale said:
Which excellent motto should put us ahead.
23 The seniors successfully tried to entrance
The rest of the school with an afternoon dance.
25 Hockey today: the first of the year.
U. S. had hopes, but did they disappear!
27 Had my senior picture taken.
I'm sure I looked a trifle forsaken.
Basketball season opened tonight.
Berea went down beneath Shakers might.
Parents, teachers, and pupils discuss
What education should offer to us.
Got the proofs for my pictures today.
I hope I don't actually look that way.
Our huskies look about and beam,
For Shaker has a wrestling team.
The Congressional Club gave a dance: we remain
For it after the basketball game with Lorain.
Time for Santa Claus at last.
CDon't worry--vacation will soon be past.j
Heights was licked at six to one-
We prove that in hockey we're second to none.
I missed you at the alumni dance.
You should have seen the Old Boys prancel
John Adams skates off with a one to one score:
It's the Hrst game we've tied, so why demand more?
We start the new year feeling fine,
Grimly determined to rise and shine.
The speaker on temperance shocked all the teachers,
But he did us more good than the usual preachers.
The Candlelight Service was given for us
By our excellent A Cappella chorus.
"Metz" got socked with a hockey stick,
But the Collinwood boys were the ones who felt sick
Band concert at school tonight:
Our budding musicians were really all right.
Our staff announcers read a radio play
Presented on the air today.
Exam week comes with mournful gloom.
The school awaits impending doom.
The hockey game was perfect heaven-
Lakewood lost, zero-eleven.
The new l0B's arrive to earn
Diplomas via "Live and learn."
Patronize and help us boom
Shaker's modern social room.
Another Senior class got through.
I sometimes wonder how they do.
The classes of '39 met and conferred
On the Annual dedicatee they preferred.
The Annual Board passed questions and took
The seniors' opinions to put in their book.
We heard about our capital city:
The talk was good and the slides were pretty.
These question sheets make me simply furious!
For this one the "Shakerite" staff was curious.
Three cheers! Hurrah! I won my bet!
We beat East Tech, our hockey threat.
The assembly on sight-saving left us agog
With its information and seeing-eye dog,
Today Allan Lewis got hit on the head-
But the hockey score left Shaw in the red.
We skipped today, though teachers raged:
And saw the "Folies" the Palace staged.
Washington, father of his nation,
Handed us this day's vacation.
This occasion really merits a wreath,
For the basketball score left Heights underneath
The Congressional Club lived up to its fame
And we danced to our victory after the game.
Our hockey boys are still ahead.
The eleventh win, as you may have read.
A Shaker alumna is on the make:
The movies gave Dorothy Humel a break.
Oh gee! This date was an accident.
lt must have been next year l meant.
I didn't know they had talent until
Our musical genii showed us their skill.
Our hockey schedule's long enough!
This time East High found we were tough.
And still another hockey game:
Today our team met Holy Name.
The Lake Erie League had another event:
Our extemporaneous orator went.
"The Mad Hopes" rose and fell tonight
As our acting stars shone clear and bright.
St. Ignatius and its hockey team
Was the last on our schedule, it would seem.
We all let our voices loudly ring
In the season's first assembly sing.
The calendar tells us that spring is here,
But so is spring fever, 1 sadly fear.
Spring really came for us today,
When spring vacation came our way.
This is vacation, but l'm still pretty busy:
Picking my college is making me dizzy.
We put our nose to the wheel once more.
School in spring is an awful bore.
28 The operetta was on tonight.
I cheered our stars with all my might.
31 Duke is the college I finally chose,
Though why I did nobody knows.
8 Next fall l'll go to Ohio State.
The Duke idea got the gate.
9 The "Sharcs' Club" gave a water show,
And I'm certainly glad I decided to go.
18 I've decided to go to school in the east.
Then I'll acquire an accent, at least.
24 Student politics came to school,
But our candidates stuck to the Golden Rule.
29 Again our cheerful warbles rise,
As assembly singers shake the skies.
30 No school today: a holiday for
Memorial day and the civil War.
2 And now again I'm all at sea.
What college would be best for me?
5 Every Harry, Dick, and Tom
Showed up tonight at the Senior Prom.
7 And now, at last-my graduation!
And then-oh bliss!-a long vacation.
-Just Another Ex
P.S.-We did have good times: school really was fun
I'm beginning to realize it now that we're done
Please read these letters carefully,
Then put them all away:
And tie them up with memories
Until some later day.
I hope, that in the years to come,
If things are looking bad:
These pages will bring back to you
The high school fun you had.
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AN ANNUAL EVENT
T last! My suspense would soon be over! I had waited patiently these
many months, and now I would know for sure. I had merely to open
my Gristmill and turn to the Travel Club page to see whether I really
had been yawning when the picture was taken. Feverishly I grabbed the book.
Then. realizing that the middle of the hall was scarcely the place for quiet
meditation over photographs, I clasped my precious Annual to my chest and
ran for the nearest secluded nook. After a bit of difficulty, I finally found an
empty chair far from the maddened crowd.
Gently, but determinedly, I opened the book, The first thing I found
was the section of senior pictures. Then, quite suddenly, I was seized with my
annual Gristmill fever. Perhaps it was the sight of all my classmates staring
at me so solemnly from their pages that first inflamed me: whatever it was, I
felt that I must see every picture and read every page.
The girls' hockey team! I was in that picture. I remembered quite dis-
tinctly, because the fire bell had rung while we were putting on our gym suits.
Literary-Sports--Clubs-where in the world was the hockey picture? Oh,
under sports, of course. So I leafed back through the pages one by one until
I chanced on the girls' sport page. Basketball-volleyball-hockey! And then
I saw myself as others see me. Was my gym suit on backwards, or had the
camera been upside down? After another moment I tore my eyes away from
the picture supposed to represent me, and progressed to the Book Club. At
least I started to hunt for the Book Club, but along the way I stopped to look
at the football team. It's too bad they can't print the Annuals in color: our
boys would look so cute in their little red uniforms.
But I was looking for the Book Club picture. I sped past the Will and
the Calendar with the fleeting thought that I must come back and read them.
And so I progressed forward to-oh, the Travel Club picture! Now to see if
my mouth was open! Let's see-I was in the sixth-or was it the fifth-row.
and-then I stopped. amazed. There I was, or should have been. But all I
could see of me was two ears and a curl. The girl in front had taken up my
share of the picture, too. After such a disappointment as that, I was prepared
for anything. I must read the literary efforts. And the Composite Senior!
I'd forgotten about that. Now where were those features? I'd passed them a
few minutes ago. Were they before or after the senior pictures? Oh! I hadn't
looked at my senior picture! Ah, there I was! Not a terribly bad photo:
in fact rather good! And quite a tidy block of activities. Travel Club, Book
Club,--oh oh! I hadn't ever found my Book Club picture. On the way.
I unearthed the Prophecy, and stuck my finger in the page for future reference.
Book Club-but suddenly I remembered. I'd been absent the day the picture
was taken, and they hadn't been interested in taking it again for my sake.
I sank contentedly into a dreamy half-hour of absorption in artistic en-
deavors. I read the Calendar, Prophecy, and Will, and argued with myself
over the Composite Senior. Then I decided to start right at the beginning and
go stfaight through, taking in sideshows and all. So I proceeded, going slowly
at first, but gaining conndence and speed as I went on, and at length even losing
my reluctance at seeing each new page for fear it would have a picture of me
in an "off moment".
Finally I looked up. It was getting late. Going through the book page
by page had taken time. If there had only been some order in the book! I had
wasted so much time finding the pictures I wanted to see. Well, only a few
more pages. Turning the next page, I was confronted with a beautiful, unused
index. I stared at it with a feeling of frustration. Why hadn't I been warned?
When I graduate from college I shall start a drive for putting the index
at the beginning of a book, instead of at the end.
CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT
We, thc great Senior Class of l939, being momentarily of sound mind and perfect mem-
ory, do make and ordain this, our Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking any and all
XVill or Wills by us heretofore concocted, in manner and form following:
ITEM I: To the incoming seniors, we bequeath the extra breath needed for three flights
of stairs after the fresh air maneuvers in the field across the street.
ITEM II: To the future juniors, we leave forgiveness for all trespassing into the realms
of the mighty and dignified seniors.
ITEM III: To all the petrified sophomores, we will a faculty whose nerves have been
shattered by three years of lofty cakers. .
ITEM IV: To the faculty, we leave a school that is definitely lacking-having lost the
Class of '39.
ITEM V: Wally Adler leaves his "stand-in" with the faculty to "Red" White, who
probably needs it more.
ITEM VI: Marge Gunderson leaves her sense of humor to Jane Gentholts.
ITEM VII: Ken Waterbury leaves his lollipops Csuckers to youlj.
ITEM VIII: Bob Burton leaves his spirit of co-operation, as well as his ability for lead-
ership, to Franklin Morse.
ITEM IX: Priscilla Plumb would be glad to leave something to Patsy Komlos: but,
after all, Pat has everything.
ITEM X: Denny Neale leaves, unconquered by local lassies.
ITEM XI: Norm Colquhoun leaves his unrequited love affair to John Krum.
ITEM XII: Lois Ahlman leaves her steadfastness to Betty Hodge.
ITEM XIII: Ruth Van Aken leaves her genuine affability to Doris Alburn.
ITEM XIV: Bill Brett leaves his 'iNoon" dancing to any lad who isn't afraid of first
ITEM XV: Haskell Torrence leaves his enthusiastic support to the legs of the cafeteria
tables. I ,
ITEM XVI: Jean Martin leaves her chatter-box to Barbara Brown. QNO winding
ITEM XVII: Rose Ann Fayne leaves her Girl Scout uniform to Helen Ayers.
ITEM XVIII: Alcorn, I-Iolt, and Reed leave their close friendship to the three stoogcs
EBee, JayYee, and JayZee.
ITEM XIX: Eleanor Schonitzer leaves her ability to break dates to any of you who
can get them in the first place.
ITEM XX: Sonny Kyman leaves his Wrestling holds to Bob Adams.
ITEM XXI: Thalia Carter leaves her "busy line" to Jean Allen.
ITEM XXII: Hans Zachmann leaves his "inferiority" complex to Ed Sinnott.
ITEM XXIII: Dugald Pearson leaves his ever-pleasing personality to Fleming Blair.
We direct that all our just debts be paid as soon after our decease as possible, and nomi-
nate and appoint Mr. Patin as i'executioner" without bond of this, our Last Will and
IN VVITNESS WI-IEREOF, we have hereunto set our hand to this, our Last Will and
Testament, at Shaker Heights, Ohio, this 7th day of June, 1939.
OB MISKELL was sent to cover a typical day at the l9-15 Worlds Fair by
his editor-in-chief, John' Chapin Qthis story is exclusive with Stone Syndi-
catej. He took along Ginnie Huntley, chief snoop and cradle snatcher.
who, after all. knows Moore about it. Their Guidebook of Outstanding Places
to Go and Lines to Sling has been reproduced here with the kind permission of
Editor Chapin from the Patterson Press. XVe wish to reprint a recommended
If you want to get around, try l.eifer's rubber-neck
Wt 'l' ' bus.
.'i N Q v t S! ,yi
12 X r'5Qp. 'k' ja- i Among the places to eat:
if Moderate Prices:
N X Pl A if f Anders' Automat-specialty, pie a La Mond
'W 0 l f c Je Crawfords Milk Bar
, y ,A f, XX ,g Novario's Nook-"Maestro" Morgan sings Art
sh' ity! 3 Ji, af' Mack's "Free"
, 'LJ la 1 '43 l2 Horner Hubbard's-where you can get that
- 4 delicious Crafts Chocolate
'if '.,, E W g, f More expensive:
e . l fmt A "- l-ackamp's Sea Food-Prior's Band
Q L ' Rager's Restaurant-as escorts are necessary here
l I H may we suggest Weinfurtner's escort service
f I F , , .
i- AQ Rv or an evening s entertainment:
ai X 'Q N Fox Follies-starring Miss Marian Boyd and the
I, Lg Q R ff Hersey Hotchas
lily my Be sure you don't miss:
1 'V u Watt's Wonders
wr' , , i ' Two-Line Tolan--Life Saver at Garden Wait-
01,4 ,,g:ffSfi '31 Wizards, Glass and Laughren
Vxo:ft'A ' I Shade demonstration-world champion typist
NHQYXQCY V, " Q' Style show by Beck and Beck-Misses Alice Reed
0 - A e and Jeanne Lybarger, models
B Swimming exhibitions by King, Czerny, and
3 I3 A i 1 Findley
, H 'A by , 'N Miss Helen Charpentier's lecture on 'AAround the
' Men in Seven Ways."
6. f "
igt. 1 Mix, In the "Hail" of Fame:
- lx ,. Peggy Barkley's Pulitzer Prize for her winning
je ' A play
' ' Surrealistic Sketches by Sinnot
' if Xt f V if
,. s, , ul
. 15:-be .L it fa
- "'l'ffQ-W, ' A 5,1992-J, "
' W 'X ,Vg tt?-:V .
1 Q ii., 4? 5' V A1
' Y .,- if ff , " h ..s7 Q
, , f- ' . fi
I., as I K 2' V, 3, 4531 ,
1: I it ' an A .fi ff
.iz 1- Q - :,-
' ' Mi- Mo
'fri . ' r ' hiiiiil' '
Nehrer for his theory on the Fifth Dimension
Dr. Richard Petrequin for his treatise on 'AThe
Cure for Paper Plague"
Sinclair. coaching tactics at Hale University
Alan Rosenblatt, radio announcer over George
Sower's powerful little 5 watt-er
Herb the Warden at King-King Prison
The entire guide book for all interested may be
purchased at any of the Davis Book Shops for a
DORIS ALBURN. JEAN ALLEN. THELMA ARNOLD. HELEN AYERS. ALICE BACON. XVILl.IAM BAIZKIKLIQR. JAMES BAI-
1,liY. VIRGINIA BARBER. WILLIAM BATSCH, SALLIE BAUS. JOHN BAZELEY, WARREN BEMIIN. JEAN BIINIQDA. DORO-
TIIY BENIQS. ROBIERTA BLACK. FLEMING BLAIR, VIRGINIA BLOSS. ROBERT BOHER, DONALD BROCKWAY. HARRY
BROWN. MILTON BROWN. ROBERT BRUNNER, JAYNE BYUS, ELIZABETH CAMEROTA. DOROTHY CARD. DRURY CAR-
GILL. MARGARET CHUTE. MARGARET CLARK. ROBERT CLARK, JACK CLAWSON. ROBERT CLEMENTS. BARBARA COE,
MANUAL COHEN. FRANK COLLISTER, DOROTHY COLMAN. ROBERT COOK. ELSIE CORRIS, BETTY DANEORTH. MAR-
.IORIE DANEORTH. NORMA DAVIES. EBLEN DIBRELL, CASPER DORER. JACK DOXEY, FAITH DUERR. JOSEPH DULA.
DIANNIQ DUTIIIE. JAMES DYAS. JERRY ENSIGN. ERNEST ETTINGER. EDWIN EUDY. ROBERT EVANS, GLORIA FASSEN,
GLORIA FABER, BLOSSOM FELDER, JACK FITZGERALD, NEvA FOLEY, FRANKLIN FOLTS, ELAINE FRANKFL, HERMAN
FRANKEL. PEGGY FREEDMAN. MARY GADUS. JOSEPH GAGLIONE, BENNET GAST, BARBARA GERACI, NIAGDALENI5
GERACI. MERCEDES GERACI, MARJORIE GIBBONS. MORTON GOLDER, IRA GORDON. GRETCHEN GRABLF. LORETTA
GRAY, WILLIAM GRISSINGIER, PATSY GROVES, ROBERT GRUND. SUSAN GUYER. HELEN HAAS. WALTER HAAS. lVlAR!ON
HAGGERTY. ALVIN HAMBURG, RICHARD HANASEK. SHIRLEY HARDMAN. JOHN HARRISON. DOROTHY HART. PHILIPPA
HAWUOOD. WILLARD HEISS. lVlARGARET HEXTER. ROBERT HOEE. JEANNE HOLLANDIER, NAT HOLT, LILA HORN.
ROBLRT HORN. FRANKLIN HOVORE, ROBERT HUBBARD. EIEANOR IGNAUT. CARL IOFREDO, EARL JIRUS. GWENDOLYN
JONES. RUTH JOSEPH. JOANN JULIEN, JANE KARNOSH. HEBERT KATZEL, JACK KINNEY, JANE KOHN. SYVILLE
KOHN, PATSY KOMLOS. HELEN KONTFR. lRENE KONYHA. HOPE KRAMER. NIIRIANI KRASNOEE. PAUL KYSELA.
l.liIGHTON LANCI2. NANCY LANG. JOHN LATIIE. FRANK LAzELLE. PAUL l.I1CHNIfR.I JACK LUDWIG. RICHARD LUT-
TIfN'I'ON. RITA LYBARGIZR, MARY MCCAIIEERTY. DAVIQY MCCALL. 'AY lWCGARRIfLL. GORDON MCGAW. JANl5lVl1TKlfF,
11 A GIRLS
IDDEN among the girls of this class are future May Queens and operetta
leads. Here. also. we have our largest cheering section for next year's
football games and players. But more Obvious than their hidden quali-
ties are changes that even the most unbiased of observers can easily discern.
such as their gradual increase in sophistication and make-up while in training
for the approaching day of third floor eligibility. Already many of them have
evidenced deep interest in the third floor hall. The attraction, no doubt. must
be Mr. Harbourt, who spends a sizable Slice Of his busy, busy day impressing
the importance of the Sherman Act on receptive junior females. Or is it that
they come to see the other senior swains?
11 A BOYS
LONG about the llA, the boys begin to acquire a more nonchalant.
blase manner, and to wear their purple shirts and pink neckties with
an air. They begin to wonder vaguely what college to attend and what
sort of job they want. Surprisingly often you even find many of them study-
ing, and some of their recitations are startling. considering that the student never
read his assignment. 'l'hey're fine fellows though, all of them. and they're
proud to belong to the Class of lf?-10, Occasionally they spend a little time
on the first 'floor to revisit the scenes of their childhood or the library, but for
the most part they stay aloof in their dignified position of belonging to the
upper half of the school.
RoIII-RI' MANIII-IM. NANCY MARTIN. ARI'llL'R MAR'IINsoN. CllARl.O'l"I'l' MAs'I'I4Rs, Vx'lI.l.lAM NlAL'. LII-RALIIINIA
lVlAYl'RS. .IoY lNll4Yl'R. IEIILI-II lVllI.l.l5R, DoRIs MooRI5, FRANKLIN MoRsIf. ANN MLILQAIIY. ELIiANoR MULLANI-Y.
lil.ORllNt'l4 NAIDISON. CoNs'I'ANr:If NARwoLIv. JACK Nlilll-. .lIZANNli NI1I,soN. CARoL NoIILIi, DORIS NoRI4s. MARY
l:l,I.l-N NooN, I5IuwARII NYI4IaNoIfR. RoIsI1R'I' NYIILNGIIR, MARY ALICI5 OARLI-Y. Iis'I'I-LLI5 Omlss. .lAN1lfS O'NlilI.I..
.IIIAN OswALo. IQDWARD OWIIN. KATIIIQRINIS PALLIMBO. JoIIN PA'1"lliRSON, NANCY PAY'I'oN, RoRI-RI l3lfN'l'l.ANI7.
AI.RIfR'I' Pl4RI.l5lfRtl. SUZANNIS PlE'I'l5R, .IIEAN PIIARIS. lfI,lZABl2'l'll POND. AlDl5l.lH4R'I' l'7ONLiR.MiZ. NI-LsoN l7OR'll-R.
llI,l.IAN l7OL'l,lDl5S. RL"l'lI PRIENTICI5. l2l.liANOR PULIN. GRACL RAITII. lfARl.lf RAMSIJIILI.. Vvlll,l.lAM RANI-Y. BAR
IIARA RIfI-sI1. .lANli RlilNllARD'I'. JIIAN RFID, RUIII RIIQII. BIi'I'sY RoBLR'I's, ROB!-R'l' RoIsI2R'I's. .IANII Rom: BAR
Nlflvl' RosIlN. l'lAROI.D RosIaN. NANCY RosI2NIsLATT, IfLoRIfNciL RussI1LL. PALJL RLf'I'Il, liRliIJ SANos. lNll'RRll,
SANDS, RICIIARII SCIIIlI.I.IfN'I'RAoI1R, XVARRVN SCHAIIII. NIIAL SfiIINAI'Is'I'I4R. lVlARN'lN SCllL'l.'I'Z, .IIIAN Sl-I'IIl. XVINI
l3RlfD SIIII1LIus. .losIfIAII Sll-Cil.l5R. HARoLu SlI.l,. RUTII SINuI5R, EDWARD SINNo'Io'I'. ALAN SRI5L'IoN, l1Jll'l"IY SAIIIII.
.lI5ANlf'l"IAl- SAIIIII, l3IlYl.l,lS SAIITII, SIIIIRWIN SAIITII, RALPH SAILILO, RoIII1R'It SRIJNCIQR, GRACI5 SIAIRA. DoRo'IIII-A
SIfRAouIf. SlllRI.l-Y S'I'l5IN. lfRNlQS'l' S'I'I4vIaNsoN, MARY EI,I.l5N SULLIVAN, VI-RA SL'vA. KI-NNI-'I-II 'l'lfl.lORlJ. Ron'
lfR'I' ,lil-l.l5ORIJ. .IVAN 'I'IIoAIItsoN, VIRtIINIA 'I'IIoRNIf. DoNAI,o TRl'I"l'ON. JoIIN VARc1o. lVlAR.lORllf VLciIII4R, .lt'NI4
VoNIIRIciII, ANN YoRI'I1. JIIANNII VRooMAN. l,L'Nll'l'AI'A WAI.KlEli. HLLLN Vw'."kl.SH. BI-'I'I'Y Vw'AI.'liliR. VIRc1INIA
VJARD. liDl'l'lI WARNIIR. MARoARIa'Io XVARRIEN. l2I.Ml5R WIQIZIQR. Kl5NNli'l'lI XVVLLS. MoI,LY Vsllllll-. NAN1'Y RAIA
XVlll'I'lf, Pifocn' XX'III'I'I'LIfsI-Y. DAYIIY WILLIAIxIs. JAVK XVILLIAMS. RoBIlR'I- Vs'INCflll-I,l.. .1L'NI- WINsLow. l7A'l'IY
XVISI5. Cl.lIil-ORD XVIITI-R, lVlARIAN Vs'Ol,l:. ROHIERT ZAl.L'D.
RALIIII BAIZIIR, MAR.IoRII2 Bl?RNS'l'liIN, l2UNIIlli BISSETT. NANCY BLAU. lfARl, PYRANDI-s, lfRliD BRANDT. lVlABl5l,
GAMIQRON, VRANK CAMIQROTA. ANGITLO GAssARO. GARRY CHLERTOITF. SHI3LDoN GLARR, ROHIQRI' CONNOR. BIQTTY
CRosIsY. QUlfN'l'IN DAVIQNIJORT, EDITH DIQNNIS, I.oIs DIatI'I'sCH, RICHARD DYI3. HIZRBIERT liRWIN, lVlAR.IORIlf l3RUIlf
RINca, ADl5l.lNli GALIIQR. I,LoYD GINN. l5RliD GOI,DsTIsIN. lVlliRRll.l, GRAY. GliNNlEI,I.lf HARIVION, CARL HII,DIfIsRAND,
RoIsIfRT KNIQIHT. WALTIQR KNIGHT. GERALD KoIaRNIiR, NlAR.IORllf KRALIs, JOHN KRUM. AN'I'OlNliT'l'l2 I.ONoo,
DAVID l.ooMIs, IsAPYIfI.I.I1 LOX, THOMAS lVlAROT'l'A, RICHARD MARous, RUTH lNllEISSlZR. GI5oRc3Ii Moon. 'I'IIIlODoRI4
l"AS'I'OR, CllARl.l3S PAVIQY. lVll?l,VINl' POLLACR. ROITIQRT SAUL, BIQTTY PROCHASRA. ELIZABIQTH RODGIERS. RICIIARD
Rosil, GLORIA RLicaoI,I5s, GIaoRc3IiNIs SALOAIION, VRANcIQs SCHACHTIQL. JIJAN Sc:III2ctIITI2R. JIQAN I.ouIsI2 SCIILIQICIIIQR,
lVlARCflfl.I.A SIEIDIEI., XVARD 'I'oLAN, THIELMA TWIQLED, lVlAR.IORIli VANIIK. lfl.lNORlf XVARRNN. NANr1Y WIQAVIQR,
RUSSELI. XVHISMAN. CLIIIITORD WIIITI2. MAROARLT NVIIITING. .IANII WIRI2. BIQN XVll.l.IAlNlS, RADI-ORD Vv'Il.l,IAMS,
.JIAAN YAIIRI2s. .ll-AN ZARNIIY. Gl5ORC1lf SZATMARY.
12 B CLASS
OU can tell them from the underclassmen with little difliculty. Although
still a year from graduation, they're nevertheless seniors, and they know
it. Reveling in their senior privileges, they cheerfully climb three flights
of stairs, walk haughtily past waiting juniors and sophomores after assemblies,
and uncomplainingly serve as examples of behavior for the rest of the school.
They silently endure various odors from the chemistry lab and constant sound
from the music room. T'hey'll make their mark in the world, these l2B's:
you have only to note the perfection of their "skipping" and the finesse of
their 'icakingn to realize that. But despite its up and downs, its Ks and its
Ninths, you can make no mistake in saying that this class is going places.
V Q -.f
mi A ffff of
11 B CLASS
Hli llB's spend most of their idle hours looking seornfully down the
stairs at the sophomores. and wondering if they were ever as childish as
those little tenth graders. In their exalted rank as juniors, they Seem to
XX , apply themselves more seriously to their studies: and ll IS at this stage of their
X 'I-' education that the teachers pets and true students reveal themselves.
- .. lf you should ask one of this class what grade he's in, he'll say Ukjunioru.
Q 1. kand hope you won't learn that he'll still be a junior in the fall. And you are
dl ' '--supposed to take it for granted that these llB's have brains, and not inquire
,I 1 'hack into their pasts to discover that they each skipped a half-year of kinder-
0 - 'garten.
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JOHN AI I INI-. l?I,IzAIsI-'III ADI-I,l,. JAMES ADlfI.l,. BILLY JEAN ANDERSON, JANE ANDREW, ANDREW BAcIc3AI.IfY, JACK
l'rlfNlJl-R, DAVID BIINEDICT, CAROL BIEL, TED BLOOMVIIELD. HELEN BOOOIS, LARRY BRENNAN, PI-GGY BRIfT-
sciIINIfIDI4R, ANN BROADBENT, ANNE BURFORD. FLORA MAI? BURGER, MARY' COHN, DICK COLLISTIER, JAMIYS CORY.
ROl5lfR'IA COWAN. DXELBIERT DEMSEY, RALPH DONALDSON, MARIAN DRAKE, JANET DRESSLER, RICHARD ljLI.IOTT.
.IAVK lil.I.WOOD. NEAL ERDMAN, DORIS FELDMAN. CHESTER ITIRSHOW, TOBY FIEISHMAN, SHIRLEE FRANKEI-, ROB-
VRT IIROLKING, JANE ANN GENTHOLTS. PAUL GOLDBERGIER. SANIIORD GOl.lJl5ARlS, lfVIfI.YN CiO'I"Il'Rll4IJ. lll-l.l'N
GREIIN, ALLAN GROSSMAN, BEVERLY HARRIS, ROBERT HARRIS, DONALD HARVEY. JEAN HERTZ. LOIS HIRSCH.
BIITTY JANII HODGE. ROBERT HODGES. KATHRYN HOLMAN, DOROTHY HOWARD, JACK HOWE, WILBERT HUBBELL,
l'L'NlCl4 JOHNSTON. MIXRIAN JOHNSTON, EVAN JONES. ERNEST JOSEPH, JOHN JUBELL. JOHN KI-I.I.OtIta. CIIARLIQS
RINO. JULIA RRAUSLICH, ADISLI5 KUNKLIL JACK l.lERNIER. RICHARD LOWE, ROBERT MCCAY. RUTH MCDONALD,
lNlARll.YN MAII-R. SUSAN MARBLE. BEVERLY NIASCIH. GLCRIA MILNIER. THOMAS MURPHY. FRANCIS NlfVlI,l.l5, HARRY
NIQWMAN. FRANK OPATRNY. SCOTT PARSONS. WILLIAM PATTERSON. CLYDE PATTERSON, WILLIAM PECK. BI1'I'TY
PIIERCII CARMAN PISTILLO, NAOMI PLATT, ROBERT POST, THOMAS RANEY. MARION RIIZBE, JOSI-PHINIE Rllfll
JANET ROIIERTS. MORTON ROSEN, GLADYS ROSENBAUM, YVILLIAM ROSENBLUM, JACK Ross. lil,ORlfNCl4 ROTIIVN-
BIIRC. JIMMY SAVAGE. NEIL SAWDEY, lfI.AINli SCHONMEHITR. LOIS SCHWALB, ARNOLD SCHWARTZ, JACK SCliWAR'l'Z.
ROY SIIAMBO. .lACQUl5l.INlE SHAW, FFROI. SMITH. HARRIET SMITH. MAR.IORIIf SMITH. SALLY SMITH. MORTON SOKOL.
Iituta.-YR SIIIXIII.. IIVI-I.YN STARNIER. ADELI- STISRN. STERLING S'I'l'RN. lYlIRlAM STEVENS. RUTH STRONG. SlllililVl.'XNshl""44
THOMAS. .lL'I.lAN TULI.Y, JANE? VlESl:I.Y. l5l.ORlENClf WAIIACE, JLAN WEISIYR. ISZRA XVlflNTRAL'l5, St'zANNIa Vvlllllli. , A..-Q
l"R.XNli kXIl.l-ORD. lklAR.IORlli XVISIZ JOHN 7llftll.liR. NANCY ZUPNIK.
'II ANN ABELE, ROBERT ADAMS. LOUISE ADLER, ADRIENNE AILES, BERTHA ALLEN. .IANET ALTMAN, IRLNE
, QNDT, ROBERT AUI5DERHEIDE. BARBARA AVERY. NANCY BAKER, ROBERT BALLUS, IVIARILYN BAUER, MARIAN
ARBER, EVIELYN BELL, FRANCES BELL. THALIA BELL, DOROTHY BENDER, PRISCILLA BENNE'I"I'. PATRICIA BITTEL,
RICHARD BLOOMI3IEI,lJ. ROBERT BOTLEY, SUZANNE BOTLEY, JAMES BOWKER, MARION BOYKIN, BARBARA BRADLEY,
ROBERT BRANDGARD, BENSON BREITMAN, BARBARA BROWN, PIIYLLIS BRUCE, JAY BRUNNIQR. JACK BURKHOLDER,
IHIIOIEBIJ BURROWS, SARAH BURT. .IANICE CADDY, JEAN CARLOZZI, JANE CARTER. CHRISTINE CASSARO. HAROLD
CI'N'I'INI, I.ILLIAN CERMAK, PATRICIA CLAPP, MILDRED COIIAGAN, SUZANNE COHEN, JAMES COLLISTER, ELSIE
COOK. PIf'I'IiR COTICCIIIA. JEAN CRAM, HENRY CRYER, CLAIRE DAINTON, HARRY DARATA, BARBARA DAVIDSON.
MAX DAVIDSON, VIRGINIA DAVIS, JOHN DE HAMEL, THOMAS DENBY, JEAN DEUCKER, THOMAS DEURING, JANICE
DIAMOND. CHARLOTTE DICK, PAUL DIETER, RALPH DITTOE. DONALD DOWLING. HARRIET DOYLE, JAMES DUFFY.
IVIARGARET ENELL. AMIE EUBANKS, MARTIN EVANS, ROBERT FALLS, BILLIE ELAINE FEDDERY, SAMUEL IIEDERMAN,
.II-,ROML IJEINBERG. RAYMOND IIERGUSON. RAYMOND FERRELL, WALTER FIDERIUS, BRUCE IIIIIDING. HARVEY
IISIII-R, GEORGE FLORA, DOROTHY FORRESTER, VJINIFRED FOSTER, MARGARET FREELAND. DONALD FREEMAN,
DANNY ERIEDMAN, DAVID GARVIN, HELEN GEDDES, ANNA GEMMELL, KATY GERSTENBIZRGER. DOROTHY GIVEN,
ITRANCIS GLOWE, .IAMES GRAHAM, JEAN GRAVES. BONNIE GREEN, SHIRLEY GREENWALD, DAVID GRIESE, ROBERT
HAGERMAN, BEVERLY HALL. HERBERT HANOUSEK, BARBARA LOU HARRISON. PEGGY HART, DORIS HEIIJLER. BETTY
HELMINK, PHYLLIS HENDERSON, WILLARD HERTZ, RHODA HIRSCH, FLORENCE HORN, KENNETH HORTH. VIRGINIA
HOWI-S. WAI2RIiN HRACH. HARRY HROMADKA. MARGARET HUDGEON, CARL HUNTLEY. JOSEPH IOEREDO. .IAY JAEEE,
GLORIA JAKAB, ROBERT JASTER, SHIRLEY JIRUS, CATHERINE JONES. GENE KABER, CAROL KAMPP. HARoi,o KARK-
I.IN. CARSON KENT, CHARLES KILROY, CHARLES KIRALY, ROBERT KLAUSNER, JANE KOCHMIT, PHYLLIS ROLLER,
IVIARVIA KOVANDA, .IEANNE KRAUSE. BETTY KREPPS. DORIS KROHNGOLD. AILEEN KYMAN. IILORENCE LA IVIARCA.
10 A CLASS
TILL basking in the delight of not being the lowest class in the school,
these IOA's of ours move confidently about their business. Already they
are beginning to demonstrate their influence in every branch of student
activity. They take their wonderful first-floor window-seats for granted, and
never realize how fortunate they are. Sometimes they think with longing of
the heavenly regions above fthe second and third Hoorsl, but they console
themselves with the thought that without those 47 steps to climb, they can
arrive a full two minutes later each morning.
10 A CLASS
HEYRE in their stride now, and have become an intimate part of our
school. You see them everywhere, from the biology room to the base-
ment. and you're glad to know they're your schoolmates. One of the
larger classes, they have their full share of outstanding members, and all Ol'
them are Shakerites, worthy and true. You dont hear much about them as
yet. but in a short while they will be the pulse of the school. and for this re-
sponsibility they are preparing by observation and study. ln two years, when
the members of this class take over our school, we need have no fear as to the
fate of our beloved Alma Mater.
ANN l.l-I.ll'VRl-. l:l.ORA LL' l.OCKNK'OOD. Hl'l.l-N LONARIDO, ANTIIONY l.ONc3O. JAIQR l.OOxIIs. lVlAR'IlN I,O SCIIIAVO.
IIRANCINIAJ Lox. SIANTON l.Yl5ARtllfR. KllNNl5'l'll l.YNN. JOIIN lVlACil.AClll.lN. XVll.l.lAM MARTIN. ALICIS lVlAS'I'NY.
MARJORIII Nlfllilfli, VIRGINIA Mc:l.AUt1III,IN. BIIRNICII lVl!ENK. elOSl'I'll lVlIl.l,lZR. l,UCIl,l.l5 lVlll,l.l4R. MURIIfI. MIxIiR.
AUSTIN lVlOORlllfAlJ, ADlll.AllDll lVlOR'l'ON. BISTTY JANI5 MORTUS. SIIIRI.IfY lVlOSllAN'l'Z. l.OIS Mt'I2I.I.IaR. JOSIIPII
NASII. JANIET Nl?WlZl.I.. 1iI.IzAIsIfItII NlfWIlAl.l.. VIQRA NORLIN. ROBIIRT Noss, l,oIs ORIQRRIAN, ROIII-RT OLSON,
ROBlfR'I' PARYZISR, ANNIQTTIQ PASIIR. lRX'lNG l7AS'I'l5R, ROBERT PAKARIZK. RONALD PIERRIN, XVll.l.IAM PICKIYORD,
lVlARGARlf'l' ANN Pl.L'NKlf'l"l'. l7l.ORlfNCl5 POIIORLAR. RUTII lVlARlli POLLARIJ. HARLAN POMIIROY, BILL PORTER,
lfl.lNORlf PRAOO. JAciR l3RIN'I'lCl2, ROIsIfRT PRIOR PATRICIA QUllil.l1Y. JANIE RAMSIJlil.I.. JULIANA Rl5lfSl5, BRUCIE
RI4I1sII. CAROLYN RUTII RIfIssIf. JAMIQS RIEIESI5, lfl.Slli RIEICKLI5. RUTII RIQINIIARIJT, IfII.III2RT RI2YNOI.IJs, 'I'IIOMAs
ROOIIRS. ROIIIIRT RUTII. SALVATORI' RUsso. GIQOROI5 SACRI5'I"I'. RORIQRT SANLEDAHI.. LIQX SQIIOONOVISR. ARTIIUR
SCIIUIQNAMAN. JOsIlIHII SIEIJLAS, ANTIIONY SORO. MARX' SIIAOL, RII'I4A SIIAIIARMAN. JACK SIIIfIAI-RO, Nl-'I"I'A SIIfcII2I,.
IZIDWARII SIIltII.I2R, MARJORY SILI.. lVlARll.YN SINOIQR, lVlA.R'I'llA SlKlAl.l,. WlENON.All SMITII. Vv7II,l,IAM SMITII. MARY
.lANlf SNIIIIfR. JOANNI5 SNOwRIiRcI, JOIIN SowI5Rs. MARILYN SPIQLMAN. lVlARIl.YN STANNARIJ. ANNIQ S'I'liL'l5R, AIJI5I.E
STI1x'IaNsON, HART S'I'O'l"I'lER. DONALD STRACIIAN. JACK STROIYIIQ. lVlAR'l'llA S'I'RUcacaI.Iis. COl.I.Ii'lA'l'A SzA'I'MARY, ROB-
l'R'l' TAYLOR. lVlURIlil. THOMAS. ANNIE TIIOMPSON. RUVH THOMPSON. JOHN TURNFR. RICHARD UIll.lli. BYETTY
.lANlf URsciIIIfI.. AUSTIN VANDIQRIIOOII. LOUIS VAROA. lNlARTllA Vflilili. WAI,I.AciI4 XVIAII.. l3RANKI,YN XVlflSl5l,A'I'.
lVlAR'I'llA NVIIITNITY, DARIUIIN WllI'l'NlZl'. l3AYli Vwlllilflililfli, RALPII WIIJNIQR, RUTII Wll.I.lAFKlS. JOIIN Vw'OI.l', MAR-
.IORII9 WONIII-RI.IciII. lfI.IZAPslf'IiIl XVOODRL'lflf. RUTII VVREYIPIE. ROIaIfRT WRIGIIT. lVlARll' ANNI1 ZAAIISRA, PAUL ZAR'
I'l-RT, BIITTY ZAvIfI.soN.
RUTH AMMERMAN. LEE AMSTER. PRISCILLA ARMSTRONG, HERBERT ASCHERMAN, STANLEY BARACH, JOSIZPII
BARTUNIEK, Wll,l.lANl BFHRFNS, JOSEPH BERICK. ETHEL JEAN BOTTOMLEY, GLORIA BOYD, ROBERT BOYER, JEAN
BOL'Gli'l'ON. CONSTANCE BRAILIQY, JAMES BRODIE, RUBY BROWN, SELDEN BURTCH, CHARLES CARMANY, DORO'l'llY
CARIAIINTIQR. ROBERT CHUTE, LOIS CLARK. JEANNE COOK, ROBERT DANACEAU, HILLIARD DANGLER, MARY' DIT-
TOIE. l.OIS DODD, NANCY DUBIN, ROBERT DYAS, ETHEL EMANUEL. DORIS EMERSON, ELAINE FISHER, JACK FOLEY.
MILTON IIROMSON, SHIRLEY GOLDSTEIN, GRANT GOODMAN, MORTON GROSS, PATRICIA HARMON, HELEN HARRING-
TON. JACK HARRIS, LAURA HECHT, HAZEL HIQINTZ, IONE HINSDALE, DORIS HOTT, MARILYN JONES, LA VERNE
KASSOLTI5, SIDNEY KATZ. GLORIA KELLY. OLIVER P. KIMBALL, CHARLES KING, RALPH KOVANDA, PAUL KNIGHT.
RICHARD LAIRD, RICHARD LARSEN. RUTH LAWSON, ROBERT LEHMANN, WILLIAM LISTER. VINCENT MARROTA,
DORIS MISLLMAN. MARY' MILLS, LOGAN MONROE, MARILYN MURPHY, ARTHUR NEWMAN, JOHN NORLIN. KEN-
NETH NOVAK, lVlARY OPPENHEIMER, YVILLIAM PASCHALA. FRANCES PERCIVAL, PHYLLIS PERCIVAL, FRANK PI5I'I'I Io.
JAMIS A, ROBlfRTS. DAVID ROTH, MAURICE ROTH, DORIS ROUBICEK, BARBARA RUIAE. DAVID RLrsSIaI.I.. JIQAN
SCIll'l.l.liN'I'RAGliR, ALICII SCHULTZ. ROBERT SHIEA, SALLIE SMITH, HARRIET SMITH. JAMES SPIQAKIAR, PHYLLIS
STIQINBIIRG, JACK STRICKISR. WARREN STRONG, LEE SWANSON, DICKERSON TEISHER, ROBERT THOBABEN, DAVID
THRAII,KII.I.. BERNARD TOBIN. ANGELA TRENTANELLI, ISAAC TULL, MYRON URDANG. JOYCE VOLTZ, ROY NVAR-
Hl.'RKI'ON. GEORGE WEBSTER. BARBARA WHITE, MARGARET YVHITE. MARJORIE WILLIAMS, ANN XVRIGHT, FRANK
ZAPIJALA. LORE ZIECHMANN,
10 B CLASS
UR lOB'S seem to come in larger sizes this year than formerly, and give
promise of glorious football and basketball teams of '42. And with
its potential artists and literary genii besides, this class is preparing to
lead Shaker to a better and greater future. A triHe awed by it all at present, in
three short years they will be at the end of their high school career, with many
Successes behind them. They are feeling their way carefully now, looking
about for the Helds of activity which will give them the most profit and pleas-
ure. As soon as each of them has discovered his own place in the Scheme of
'llhings here at Shaker. We'll be hearing from all of them.
After taking everything into consideration, of all the mid-year IOB classes
Shaker has received, it can safely be said that this class is definitely the class,
I - Nvcet"l""'+'5
4-'lf 2 VX
10 X Ng 1
First Row: Jerry Fnsign, Bill Fox, Haskell Torrence, Jerome Klein.
Second Row: Bob Roth. .Ioann Julien. Helen Green, I.ucille Miller, Virginia Howes, Ann
Mulcahy. Barbara Bradley.
Third Row: Franklin Morse. Bill l.ister, Bob Post. Neil Sawdey, XVarren Beman. Bob
Falls. James Dvas. Bruce Fielding.
lfourlh Row: Jack Foley. Bob Roberts. Hans Zachmann. Arthur Bazelev. Fred Brandt,
Dugald Pearson. Bill Metzenbaum. Fred l.emr, Jack Turner. Mr. Thrailkill.
l'ilif1f7 Row: George XVebster. Grover Foster. Bob Vwfeinfurtner, Fleming Blair, Russell
XVeisman. John Krum, Robert Burton. Dick Collister, Don Freeman. Sherwin Smith.
THE STUDENT CGUNCIL
President do LL . . c HASKELL TORRENCE
Vice-President , , ,L ,,,,, - ,,,, , , M L . L BILL FOX
Secretary W, H, L ,,,,,c,,,, L ., .,,,,,.IERRY ENSIGN
Treasurer , , LL, 7 , , H ,H LLJEROME KLEIN
Sponsor . L L S L MR. THRAILKILI-
HE Student Council, composed of a representative from each homeroom,
provides the students of Shaker High School with a chance to participate
in self-government. The Council has been active this year in organizing
an efficient booster force, providing dances and movies during the lunch periods
for interested students, and administering the sixth period activities program.
The Social Room has been established through the efforts of the Council,
while the budget and assemblies for next year have been planned as well as the
handbook for new students.
liirst Row: Dugald Pearson. John Krum. Norman Colquhoun. Jack Sinclair. Bob Burton.
Second Row: Hans Zachmann, XVallace Adler. Fleming Blair, Dick Pctrequin, Mr. Miller.
Third Row: Warren Gressle, Ed Ryan. Jerry Ensign. Bill Fox.
Not in Pl't'lL1t'8I Herbert Ervin. Edward Kilroy, Franklin Morse. Haskell Torrence, Bob
First Semester Second Semester
NORMAN COLQUHOUN - - President HANS ZACHMANN
ROBERT BURTONL.- Vice-President WARREN GRESSLE
JOHN KRUM..- - Secretary .L FLEMING BLAIR
JACK SINCLAIR - .Treasurer .. ....DICK PFTREQUIN
MR. MILLER .L .. .Sponsor L .MR. lVlILLl2R
UST how would Shaker get along without this very important club whose
purpose is to promote school activities in co-Operation with the faculty?
Can you imagine our school Without any basketball dances. pep rallies or
ushers at school functions? Thus We owe a great deal to the Congressional
Club which has in the past year sponsored basketball dances, helped supervise
football games, pep rallies. and wrestling meets. and ushered on all necessary
occasions. Membership to the club is invitational and is based on scholastic
achievements, participation in school activities, and qualities of character.
HESE guardian angels UI of our school, numbering about ninety, are
entrusted with the task of keeping the halls clean and orderly every period
of the day. and of seeing that students passing through the halls have
permission to do so. 1Woe be unto those who haven't-ninth periods are very
crowded, but can always hold morel. Boosters are chosen by the period cap-
tains and confirmed by the deans.
The booster captains, who are chosen for their leadership ability. manage
the individual forces each period in the day. Several times a month the captains
meet with the council president to discuss and take action on problems that have
arisen concerning boosters.
First semester Second Semester
I DUCALD PEARSON I DUGALD PEARSON
II EDWARD K1LRoY II ED SINNOTT
III NORMAN COLQUHOUN III JACK SINCLAIR
IV WALLACE ADLFR IV BENNET GAST
V JACK SINCLAIR V ROBERT NoRw1CR
VI FLEMING BLAIR VI EDWARD K1LRoY
VII JERRY ENSIGN VII JERRY ENSIGN
VIII ROBERT BURTON VIII ROBERT BURTON
lfirst Row: Jerry Ensign, Bennett Liast. Dugald Pearson. Bob Norwick, Bob Burton.
Second Row: XVallace Adler, Fleming Blair, Ward Tolan. .lack Sinclair. Norman Cola
quhoun. lid Kilroy.
First Rott: Mrs. Gunn. Helen Ayers. Barhara Haggard. Mary lillen Noon.
S'et'om1' Row: lileming Blair. .lohn Krum. .lean Xarnev, Holi Burton. kk'aii'en tires
No! in Pztlure. Carol XVedtlell.
HE Central Committee has complete charge of the Honor Study Halls.
The members appoint the advisers and assistants, and check absentees.
Acting as a court. they judge Honor Study Hall misdemeanors. lt is
in this latter capacity that some of us have come in Contact with the Central
HONOR STUDY HALL ADVISERS
HESE are the eagle-eyed girls and boys who control our Honor Study
Halls. They check the attendance ltoo carefully sometimesl and report
any "nuisance-makers" to the Central Committee. They are chosen for
their positions by the Central Committee and hy the sponsor.
lfrrxl Row: Mrs. Ciunn. Ann Burtord. Sally Baits. Marjorie Vanek. .lean Bletscher. Helen
Charpentier. Sue Peters.
Second Row: Dick Petrequin. lien XValerbury, llileen Cverny. Olive Kihorny, lilivabeth
Barrett. Marcia Rosenherger. Ruth lVlacNah. Marjorie Gunderson. Boh Clark. Dick
ilihirti Row: Clary Chertoff. kk'aid Tolan. Russell klfeisman. Perri' Narten. lid Ryan.
Herb lirviii. lfred Brandt. .lack l:lllgC!!IlLl. Jim XVatt.
No! in lJlt'fllf't'f lfranklin Morse. Vfarren Beman.
lfirsl Row: Norman Colquhoun, Bill liox, Robert Burton.
Second Row: lfranklin Morse, Jerry ljnsign.
HE Student Court is a body of three senior judges and two junior advisers
elected by the Student Council to handle the cases of students who have
gotten off on the wrong foot in their attitude toward the school. This
body affords the opportunity for these people to learn what other students
think of their actions: thus it is able to give a kind of advice that the deans
RADIO ANNOUNCERS AND ENGINEERS
HIS year the announcers of Shaker gained fame ibut no fortunel when
they presented a safety play over a Cleveland radio station. Every morn-
ing the bright and cheerful voices of these privileged seniors greet the
sophomores and juniors over the P. A. system. lFew senior homerooms are
quiet enough that early in the morning for the voices of fellow classmates to
penetrate fogged senior mindsl.
l'ilvI'Sf Row: .lack lNlorrow. 'lihalia Carter, Helen Charpentier, Denny Neale.
Si-com! Row: Cieorge Sowerx, Alan Rosenhlatl, Mr. Staiger, Bob Burton. Carl Nehrer.
vat. e .fa :re
'll' Hrs! Rott? Marion Vx'oIl'. .lane Karnosh. George Cilass. 'Iiom fucal. Rita Lyharger.
Suomi' Row: I'rank Collister. ildelhert PUIIQYJCI, Ilerhert Iiallel. Bob Iloll. Marvin
Schultv. .John de Hamel.
lihiird Row: lid Owen. 'liom Mooney, Sam Hall. XVari'en Ilracli. Mr, 'I'rox'.in.
HAKER students are evidently too far above the clouds lthat's probably
the trouble with usgif the faculty has ever wonderedl to remain long
without an aeroplane club. for the Model Wing Club of two years ago
was replaced this year by the Aeroplane Club.
Members are all intensely interested in aeroplanes and spend their leisure
time lthere are several people who End a little once in a while between home-
work and sleepingl working on aeroplanes, many with gas motors. An excit-
ing contest was held between the members. with each one hoping his plane to
be better than those of the others. Second place in the Cleveland gas-model
contest was won by Sam Hall. a member of the club.
STAGE DESIGN CLASS AND LIGHTING CREW
HE members of the Stage Design Class and the Stage Electricians are the
"men behind the scenes" in all our stage productions. NM: often forget
about the time spent by them in preparations for the spring play, operetta,
and other school productions because we see only the actors. For weeks before
any presentation on the stage, members of the Stage Design Class can be found
underneath the stage or in the art room working just as long. or possibly longer.
hours than the actors themselves.
larsl Row: Howard luttle. Bill Batsch. Carl Nehrer. 'l'om Ifelber.
Seroml' Rotux Miss lily. Shirley Margowslsy. Catherine Blair. Iililaheth Spangler. .lean
Pmeneda, Iihlen Dibrell.
Third Rott: Mr. Iirench. Iired I.emr. Douglas Bishop. Rav Davis. Iiugene XVhitman.
No! in Picltire: I.arry Brennan. Clyde NVheeIei'.
President L L , L L , L WALLACE ADLER
Vice-Pre.si'dent L ,LHELEN CHARPENTIER
Secretary to L L , , L, NLBOB POST
Asst. Secretaries LL L ,L l VIRGINIA HUNTLEY
I RUSSELL WEISNIAN
Treasurer aa ,L L L eeee eeee L -LL ,BILL ALLSOPP
Spongofg Y W Y STORMS
1 lVlR. HANES
HIS year, with a larger membership than ever before, the Driving Club has
continued to help pupils to drive safely and to prepare for the state drivers'
license test by teaching the fine points of automobile operation. These
objectives are reached through speakers, movies, discussions, outside reading,
and tests. You will for at least shouldj in the future find that Shaker Heights'
best drivers have belonged to this organization back in their dimly remembered
high school days.
l ois Hirsch
Mary Ann Jakes
Mary l.ou Shade
HE Shakerite staff, in addition to its main purpose of publishing our
school paper, has this year been more active in other ways than ever before,
Several speakers, Mr. Mullaney of the Cleveland News and Mr. Crawford
of the Cleveland Plain Dealer among this number. have been obtained for the
club. A trip was made in the spring to the printer of the Shakerite. new this
year, so that members of the club would understand more fully just how a
paper reaches its final form. Mr. Starr took over Miss Palmer's work as sponsor
of the Shalzerite the second semester of this year.
lidizor-in'Chiet' JoHN CHAPIN
News Editor DAVE? S1MoN
Front Page Editor DAVIS LOOMIS
Second Page Editor SALLY I-XLCORN
Sports Editor NORMAN COLQUHOUN
FOLll'lhPLIQL'Edl'lOI' MAR1oN KNESA1,
Literary Editor HELEN AYERS
Club Editor G1,ADYs BREEN
Girls Sports Editor
Exchange Editor ,
Feature Editor MARt1oRY GOODMAN
Art Editor FRAN1iL1N lVlORSlE
Headline lVrilers KJIM MILLICAN
lfacttltg Advisers lM155 PALMER
ECll4lOF-ICH-Chl-Cf. JOHN CHA111N
, , , IFRANRLIN NlORSl'
E1dllOl'lLll BOUIYII :I-IFLEN AYERS
Ed,',Or,4u, IJACR Doxs12Y
Assistants lHERB ERVIN
Faculty Advisers lMR- STARR
Business ManagersilXflARSHALL S'1'oNE. EZRA WE1N'1'RAu1s, RUss1s1.1. W1Q1se
MAN, WILBERT HUBBELL. BARBARA LOWIENSTFRN.
Secretarial Stall-JOE S1EoLER, ISABIELLIS Lox, KAY lVlCGARRlSI.l..
Reporters-BETTY An121.1,, JEAN ALBERS. JANE ANDREWS, ROBERT BRUN-
NIER. DRURY CARGILL. D1CR COLLISTIER. JUNE COREY, JEAN FREE,
JEAN HIERTZ, Lois HIRSCH. KATHRYN HOLMAN. JEANNI? KRAUSE.
DALE KUNKLE, FRANCINIE Lox, MAR11.YN MURPHY, HARRY NEWMAN.
Bois R1ci11ARnsoN. JAoL1E1.1N1a SHAW, MARY ELLEN SLvL1.1vAN, lVlOl.l.Y
W111'1'E. Bon W1NC11E1.1,. DoR1s ANN WRIGHT,
JUNIOR-SENIOR DRAMATIC CLUB
l'rt-sidt-nz Maimoiziii Citwoiinsox
Senior St-miitii-if Snntiiiv Roni
iltmmr Sec:-mir-if l.I1.I.IAN Potuaoiss
'I'i-eti.st1i-tr M A iw om' Goomi AN
Sptmsor MR. Sraioiiia
HIS year. the Junior-Senior Dramatic Club, composed not only of promis-
ing Bernhardts and Barrymores hut of everyone interested in drama. has
again attempted to further this interest in the theater by presenting several
plays and hy having outside sneakers. Mr. Crawford Wriglat of the Cleveland
jplayhouse was prominent among the latter. Several one-act plays have been
R given by the members during the year. A great deal of the success of our annual
of Spring Play, "The Mad Hopes." was due to the efforts of this club.
lidith Ann Dennis
Mary lfllen Noon
RADIO SCRIPT CLUB
Presidem . . Soma HAGIQNBUCH
Vice-President . . up at . .C B. B PEGGY BARKLEY
Secretary-Treasurer C DOROTHY HART
Sponsor . B . C Miss JACKSON
HE primary purpose of this club, which grew up along with our public
address system last year, is to be of service to the school in preparing
material for use over the PJ-X. The Community Fund and Gristmill sales
campaigns and Lincoln's Birthday, were all occasions which brought a call to
the Radio Script Club for help. A script written by Peggy Barkley, called
A'Show Them the Way," was heard over WHK on a certain Saturday in
January by those of us who weren't in a movie at that time,
Peggy's script was chosen to compete in this district for the National Radio
First Row: Miss Jackson. Molly XVhite. Sonia Hagenbuch, Barbara Davis.
Second Row: Dorothy Hart, Ruth Meisser, Ann Vorpe. Peggy Barkley. Cirace Spira,
Third Row: Howard Vromson. Walter Hubbard. Ralph Wiener, XValler Haas. Benson
Breitman. Harry Brown.
Not in Piclrires Marvin Jacobson, Shirley Stein, Marilyn Murphy.
President . MARY LOUISE GREENE
Vice-President E, , H .. DAVY MCGALI-
Secretary v, .. ...aaa - E,,E . . use .GLADYS BREEN
Treasurer ,E ,,.,, . ,,E,., - EEE, NANCY ROSENBLATT
Sponsor . Miss WICKXVIRIS
HE Scribblers' League is Shakers Glub of future Dorothy Thompsons,
Carl Sandburgs, and Pearl Bucks. fThey hopel. The first semester of this
year was spent in pursuing a study of the field of advertising aided by an
outside speaker. The second semester was not devoted to any individual field,
each member working on whatever he wished. with criticisms on his work
given by the club.
Meetings at which an outside speaker furnished the program were held
once a month during the spring at various homes. During the year two nation-
ally famous authors have been entertained by the Scribblers' League at teas:
Ridgely Torrence, poet and playwright, and the noted novelist, Zona Gale.
Rosenblatt, Second Row: Barbara l.owenstern. Ruth Davis, Peggy Bretschneider, Kath-
Iirx! Row: Miss XVickwire. Gladys Breen. Davey McCall. Marv l.ouise Greene Nancy
ryn Holman. Susan Rielly. Mary Oster. Third Row: Peggy Barkley. Joanne Ott:
Janet Dressler. Bluma liertel, Marshall Stone,
Patricia Schwab, Denny Neale, Ernest Lockwood. Gordon McGaw. No! in Picture:
OPEN FCRUM CLUB
First Senvester Second Semester
AR'rHt'R MACK ee pl"0Slid0f'II,,,, e JOHN HARRISON
JERRY ENSIGN Vice-I'residem JERRY ENs1oN
Lois SCHWALB Secretary-Treasurer Lois SCHWALB
HE members of this organization are the "thinking minority" of our stu-
dent body, those who have visions of leadership and wish to be well-
informed. critical. and open-minded on the timely issues of the day. They
are able to enlighten you on the pros and cons of every current problem. lAt
least so Mrs. Bishop hopesl. Of course the work, which is presented in the
form of informal discussions. panel discussions, and debates. must not be too
"thin." tSee Mrs. Bishops ex-pupils for explanationj,
Hrs! Row: Helen Haas. lirances l5oley, Adelee Stern. Aileen Kyman, Doris Krohngold.
Mariorie Vv'ise. l,ois Schwalb. Bluma liertel,
.Second Row: Mrs. Bishop. Bernice Menk. Albert Perlberg. lllra XVeintraub. David Vv'ilf
liams. Marvin Schwartz. Bill Anderson. Gloria Fassen. Jack Elwood. Merril Sands.
Third Row: Bob Ballus. Alvin Hamburg. Jeanne Vvleber. Jacqueline Shaw. Nancy McVai'.
Barbara Reese, Donald Strachan. Neal Schnaitter. Jack Doxsey. Bob Harris,
lfourfh Row: Bob Cowan. XVilliam Anders. Bob Miskell. John Harrison. Richard Bloom-
field. Jerry linsign, John Jubell. Robert Brunner. Jack Fitzgerald. Bob Roberts.
Ifirst Row: Bill Martin, Harlan Pomeroy. James Collister. Charles Norlin. lid Collister,
James Millican, Grover Foster. Neil Sawdey, Dick Dye, James Adell.
Second Row: Mr. French. Jack Bender. Delbert Dempsey, Sherman Sackheim. Bob Botley,
Milton Brown. Dan Kilmer. Jack Elwood, Dick Nelson. Jack Prentice. Bob Horn.
Third Row: Jack Jennings. Ed Norwick, Frank Culek. Charles King. John Vilas. Jack
Ward. Calvin Sanborn. Thomas Hogan, Fred Goldstein. Bob Aufderheide. Ralph
Fourth Row: Dan Vaughan. Barney Rosen. Harold Rosen. Charles Cox. Jack Allen.
Perry Narten, Clyde Wheeler. John Kellogg. Dick Lowe, John Jubell.
Not in Picture: Salvador Russo. Richard Shellentrager, Ed Siegler. Julian Tully.
Q -xlpl' o :Nm l 'Li-A lk
President .Coco ,- o-c,,c-.-,o.- oo JIM MILLICAN
Vice-President W ,o..o.... C . ..oaCo -ED COLLISTER
Secretary -do D occ o.,o,o cnc , .NEIL SAWDEY
Treasurer aaa,,.,....,a-....., ,DCI-IARLES NORLIN
HE Science Club is primarily that club which forces Mr. Erench's home-
room into the "lab" Cmuch to their disgustl every Thursday. Second-
arily it is a club for those superhuman Qto the non-scientiiicj individuals
who understand the difference between an atom, electron, molecule, and ion.
LXVe ordinary mortals have enough trouble understanding what we can see.
without even attempting to fathom that which we can'tl. The boys in the
club may be interested in any Held of science-'not only in electrons and ions.
Speakers. of whom Mr. Jones of the Electrical League was prominent. movies.
and student demonstrations consume the one period a week. A field trip each
semester. one of which was to the American Vvfire Company this year. completes
the activities of the club.
First Row: Miss McCracken, .June Corey. Nancy Blau, Norma Ciraci. Barbara Haggard.
Second Row: Molly White. Doris Alburn. Rhea Day. Geraldine Reske. Barbara l.owen-
stern. Sally Bans, Mary Oster.
'l'h1'rd Row: Doris Sands, Margee Main. Peggy Barkley. lilinore Vvlarren. Dorothy Col-
man. .lane l'lall. Belly Zinner. Ruth Davis.
Firsz Semester Second Semester
NQRMA CIRACI. D.- President... D RUTH DAVIS
BARBARA HAGGARD Secretary-Treasurer,DORIS ALBURN
NANCY' BLAU .Program Chairman-.,ELINORE WARREN
Miss lVlCCRACKEN ..,Sponsor .D Miss MCCRACREN
EMBERSHIP in this club of "bookWorms" Cor. with the name-calling
device to create prejudices in mind, possibly we should say Hbookf
loversul is by invitation. One of the members reviews a book at
each meeting and sometimes the entire club reads a certain book and it is then
discussed. The latter procedure was followed with the best-seller, The Yeurling.
this year. and Miss Anderson discussed the book with the girls.
FIIFSI Row: Miss Sellers, Barbara Bradley, Marilyn Spelman, Andrew Bag'
galey. Margaret Warren, .lean Phare, l,ucille Kemenv.
Second Row: Claire Dainton. Catherine Jones, Ann l.e l,ievre, Helen Haas
Patsy lfindley. Helen Konter, Margaret Plunkett.
'l'h1'rd Row: .lames Cory. Jack lilwood. Kenneth Telford. l.ex Schoonover
Sterling Stern. Bill Patterson. Neal lirdman. Sonny Johnson.
. ANDREW BAGGAI EY
HIS club. in its second year, is furthering the enlightenment of our students
in the "international language," Esperanto. A member of last year's club.
Arthur Mack, ably assisted by Helen Haas, has attempted HJ to teach the
members this language, renowned for its simplicity. Miss Sellers tby her own
admissionl knows nothing about Esperanto, so all progress made by the club
this year is due to Arthur's and Helen's teaching,
lfirst Row: Miss Ijly. Jane Karnosh, Marion Vvlolf. Mary Ellen Sullivan. Barbara I.owenf
Second Row: Sally Crafts. Catherine Blair. Jean Davis. Jean Beneda. lilivabeth Pond.
Third Row: Sherman Sackheim. Joe Bender. NValter Haas, Franklin Morse. Bill Vwlilson.
Not in Picture: Betty Ilmrich. Jean Iiree. XVinifred Shields. Patricia XVilson.
SHAKER ART CLUB
HIS club, composed of the more honored classes of our school, the Juniors
and Seniors, is a more advanced group than the Studio Art Club. Work
is planned by each member according to his own inclinations. Opportunif
ties for painting, carving, modelling, and the crafts are offered to the members.
XVatch this club for budding Rembrandts or Raphaels.
HIS club is open to sophomore girls and boys who do not necessarily have
talent but who have a real interest in art. Each member chooses his own
individual project, which may vary from clay modelling to cartooning.
I-'irst Row: Mrs. Sift. Sarah Burt. John de Hamel. Claire Dainton, Janet Altman.
Second Rowr Marian Barber. Muriel Ihomas. Ihalia Bell. Janet Arnstein, Phoebe Burf
rows, Neita Sieeal.
'l'hirz1' Row: Margaret Plunkett. Martha Vlebb. 'Ibm Denby. Bob Prior.
No! 1417 IDI-i'flII'l'f Bill Martin.
STUDIO ART CLUB
Ifirsl Rott? Virginia Leslie. XVinii'red Shields. Bill rkllsopp, lllinore XVarren. livaiean
Moore. Marilyn Bauer.
Stxtvzvti Noir: David Ciarvin. Norma Ciraci. Neva Lolev. lklargaret XVliiting. llelen Haas.
Ann Steuer, Janet Newell. Klarvon hliller. .loliii Lathe.
Vlifflvftl Row: Grover Foster. liaf-'e XVideberg. Ruth Marie Pollard. Rutli Anne Abele.
Helen Geddes. Patsy Groves. .lane Hall.
.Yot in Pzclure' Nancy Ciuyer. Mary Gadus. Patricia Bell. Marion Johnston. .lean Duncan.
HE Library Club is a select group of students interested in the many sides
of that important institution of our modern life, the library. These are
the Sherlock Holmeses who. in caring for the Honor Study Hall slips,
discover our attempts at skipping. However, the members of this club do aid
us greatly by carding and shelving books properly so that we don't Hnd
"Thackeray" next to A'Bailey." This year the club visited the National
Library Bindery and returned with an increased appreciation of the care of
UR candid camera fans Qthere are still a great number although the art
is slightly passel and also the more honorable amateur photographers
of our student body felt extremely slighted because while there was
every other sort of club imaginable, there was none in which they could unite
in fellowship with brother photographers. Thus through the efforts of several
of this number the Photography Club was organized in November. Frequent
movies and speakers have formed the program of the club.
I-Yrs! Row: Miss Johnston. Barney Rosen. Leonard Rosenberg. James Mellnian. Dick
Dye. George Sacket,
St-com! Row: Harlan Pomeroy. Dick Nelson. Catherine Jones. Betty Krepps. Pretty New'
hall. Jack Prentice. Tom Raney. , ,. If , ' .- , "hr '
Third Row: Harry Rosen. Bob Klausner. Dick Lowe. .lohn Harrison. Scott Parsons
Bill Anders, Merril Sands.
Xol in Pricltzrex Dave Loomis, Merril Gray. Bill Jacobson. Allan Grossman. .lack liender
Presidenz c . c s c Bois WEINl3UR1'NER
Vice-President L L ALLAN LEWIS
Secrelary L, L, , , HELEN AYERS
Treasurer-in-Chief , , DAN VAUGHAN
Stage Manager . . .L L L ,FRED LEMR
Movie Operazors L L Tom EELBER. CARL NEHRER
Sponsor , L LMRS. E. M. SMITH
LL the work of the school's largest mixed club is carried on by com-
mittees, this accounting, perhaps, for the necessity of a group of oflicers
as large as most of the clubs themselves. QSomething you've possibly
wondered aboutl. Guest speakers who illustrate their talks with pictures or
slides, furnish the main attraction of the club's program. The best known
speaker this year was Theodore Andrica of the Cleveland Press, who spoke on
Czechoslovakia. The entire student body was invited to hear Mr. Andrica and
to see his superb colored Elms.
An effort was made this year to bring back former students of Shaker to
tell about their travels and to encourage the present students to share some of
their experiences in traveling. Kenneth Swartwout and Ellis Persing were
among this latter group.
Betty Jane Allison
Flora Mae Burger
Mary Ellen Byron
Betty Ann Emrich
Billie Elaine Feddery
Mary Ann Jakes
Mary Ellen Noon
Mary Alice Oakely
Betty Jane Roby
Mary Jane Snider
MIRIAM STAGE LEAGUE
President at Loot t RUTH VAN Amir:
.Set-z-ezury JEAN ZARNIEY
,I1!'t'CISUI'Gl' EILEEN CZERNY
Sponsors t Miss Hot,t.oN
Hli Miriam Stage League is composed of members oi' the lair sex of our
student body. The club has carried out its motto which is "Service to the
School and Community" this year through helping at various dinners,
luncheons, and teas. The League has also aided the Spanish Welfare Drive and
given aid to needy families at Thanksgiving, as well as held teas and lectures
for its members.
Mary Ellen Byron
Barbara Lou Harrison
Mary Ellen Noon
Mary Alice Oakley
Ruth Van Aken
Doris Ann Vylright
Hrs! Row: Norman Colquhoun. Eileen Czernv. Bob Burton, Catherine Blair, Blaine Thompson.
Second Row: Eleanor Speaker, Peggy Barkley. Nliss XVickwire, Nancy McVay, Gladys Breen, Mary louise C rttm lo
Meyer, Miss Palmer.
Thirti Row: Grover Foster, Dugald Pearson, Alan Rosenbatt, Mr. Ames. Bill Anders. Franklin Xlors: ii Chipii
Associate Editor 7
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Feature Editor 7 7
Assistant Feature Editors
Club Editor 7 7 ,77 a...,, 7777--...----
Assistant Club Editor
Class Editor 77 7
Assistant Class Editor 77 77
Boys' Sports Editor
Assistant Boys' Sports E
Girls' Sports Editor
Mary Louise Greene
Miss Mabel Ely
Mr. Alvin Ames
Miss Gale Wickxxfire
Miss Agnes Palmer
Mr. R. B. Patin Mr. Howard Moritz
Typing Department Student Council Representatives
all kinds of music has been offered to the Choir members this year.
A CAPPELLA CHCIR
President aa ,W
Secretary-Second Period ,.
Treasurer-Second Periodaa. .M
Treasurer-Seventh Period .
E Dick PETREQUIN
aaa A a..-JoHN KRUM
-MARY LOUISE GREENE
E.-. . .CAROL GARDEN
MARY LOUISE GREENE
. E Gus GERACI
. . E .Ct-tt2t1 WHITE
MR. JoNEs. MR. Et-t.ts
HE A Cappella Choir. stunned by the loss of Mr. Jones in the fall. never-
theless rallied under Mr. Ellis' able leadership to present Christmas music
for the school and for a program at Heights Christian Church. After this
the Choir worked hard under Mr. Ellis' tyrannical Nl leadership to prepare
for the annual Candlelight Service and to participate in the annual Lake Erie
League Choir festival. Mr. Jones was welcomed back to help in the direction of
the annual spring operetta. The Bo'sn's Bride. Valuable experience in singing
Roseau n lfay ne
Mary l,ot1ise Greene
Mary Alice Oakley
Ruth Marie Pollard
President B HGEORGE Soweins
Vice-President RADFoRD YVILLIAMS
Secretary ,, FRANK OPATRNY
Treasurer ARTHUR BAZELEY
HE pride and joy of Shaker High, our Band, has again this year dis-
tinguished itself in many ways. The members deserve a great deal of
credit for their Hne performances at the football games, several of the
hockey games, assemblies, and the annual Band Concert.
Like the red-coated'Canadian mounties, members of the Shaker Band
always get their 'inotef'
" ' GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
President cc E cecc cas scc,FLoRENcE STETTENPELD
Secretary cccc -acc and Dececco ..,.,JANE GENTHOLTS
Treasurer as eeeee S cc .e..ee ,,.-Y,,JEAN LYBARGER
Librarians our ,co EE coo- W, lB-ARBARA DAVIS
2 ANN MULCAHY
Sponsors DCE E , 7 ,,,,,i MR. JONES
3 MR. ELLIS
HE Girls' Glee Club has received valuable training in harmonizing, ex-
pression, and all branches of choral singing. Under the leadership of Mr.
Jones and Mr. Ellis Cthose lucky fellowsj the chorus joined with the
A Cappella Choir to present the annual Candlelight Service.
Barbara Lou Harrison
Ruth Van Aken
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
President L ALLAN MILLER
Vicevpresidenl and Treasurer GLS GERACI
Secretary L BILL GRISSINCER
Sponsors MR. JONES, MR. ELLIS
ITH the same objectives as the Girls' Glee Club, the only difference in
the organizations being that one is of course a great deal noisier than
the other, the Boys' Glee Club has met twice a week throughout the
year. The members of this club are eligible for A Cappella Choir membership
after completing at least a semester in the organization.
S. F. A. A.
President U ,,JANE WIKIE
Vice-President U ,AUGUST GERAC1
Secretary ,WBILL ANDERS
Treasurer . ARTHUR BAZELEY
Sponsor ,, W.. MRS. GUNN
HIS is Shakers after-school music club which provides the musical mem-
bers of our student body With a chance to join with fellow musicians to
develop and appreciate this important field in our cultural life. Each
spring a production, this year cleverly arranged in the form of an after-dinner
recital on board a ship, is presented to the entire student body. At the regular
Tuesday meetings of the club. several of the members perform, after which
tea is served. During Christmas vacation members hold a party with alumnae.
at which the latter perform. The nation's great musicians of the future will
undoubtedly be former members of Shaker's S. F. A. A.
First Row: Virginia Herrick. Shirley Wallace, Edith Warner, Jayne Byus, Margaret Warren, Betsy Roberts. Carol Garden.
Jane YVike, Mrs. Gunn,
Second Row: Radford Williams. David Benedict. Donald Skove, Arthur Bazeley. Gus Geraci, Benson Breitman, William
Third Row: George Sowers. Robert Brunner. Davy McCall. James Mellman. Warren Gressle. Ted Bloomfield.
No! in Picture: John Bazeley. Betsy Small. Haskell Torrence, Ruth Reinhardt. Bernice Menk.
Shaker 7 John Hay 12 September 16, 1938
Shaker opened the 1938 season against a lighter and supposedly weaker
John Hay team. However, the Bookkeepers turned out to be a better team than
was expected, and upset the Raiders in their first start, 12 to 7. Shaker was
handicapped by the fact that the entire starting backfield was inexperienced.
Most cheering aspects of the game were the promise shown by Carl Iofredo,
new junior quarterback, and the courageous play of Captain Jack Sinclair in
the line. Iofredo scored Shaker's lone touchdown late in the fourth period.
The score was a result of a belated Shaker passing attack.
Shaker 7 Bedford 2 September 30, 1938
Despite the John Hay setback the Raiders traveled to Bedford as the favor-
ites to meet their old Eastern Conference rivals. Bedford's light but plucky
line held the heavier Shaker backs at bay for three quarters of the game. Bed-
ford was awarded a touchback in the second period when Jim Rogers stepped
out of the end zone as he was punting. Carl lofredo saved Shaker from a
second upset when he returned a Bedford punt 38 yards for a touchdown in the
final minutes of play.
Shaker O Shaw 20 October 7, 1938
Hoping to avenge their disputed defeat of the year before, the Raiders met
Shaw under the new lights of Shaw Stadium in their nrst Lake Erie League
game. The razzle-dazzle passing attack of the East Clevelanders again proved
to be too much for Shaker, as Shaw scored on three long runs to win Z0 to O.
Shaker made more of a game of it than the score would seem to indicate.
Shakers linemen performed brilliantly throughout the game. Red 'White and
.lerry Ensign were particularly outstanding.
Shaker 0 Lorain 33 October 15, 1938
The Lake Erie Champions swept over Shaker on the home field when the
Shaker defense suddenly Went to pieces in the third period. A fine passing
attack carried Lorain to two touchdowns in the second period and three more
in the third period. Denfensively Shaker was equal to the visitors in the first
and fourth quarters. The inexperienced backs had no success in bucking the
aggressive forward wall of the Lorain squad. One bright spot of the game was
the moment when Ward Tolan ran 60 yards for an illegal touchdown.
Shaker 12 Berea 6 October 22, 1938
The Raiders won their second and final victory of the season when they
downed a hard-fighting Berea team. Berea scored after a tricky passing attack
had carried the ball to Shaker's one-yard line. Shaker tallied on a pass from
Warren Schmidt to Lloyd Thompson, and on a plunge by Carl Iofredo. The
victory gave the squad new spirit as it prepared for the traditional battle with
Cleveland Heights the following week.
Shaker 6 Heights 6 October 29, 1938
A crowd of 5,500 watched the same Shaker team that had been playing
sluggishly all season suddenly come to life as the surprising Red Raiders flashed
an old-time Shaker offensive to outplay a greatly favored Heights team in gain-
ing a 6-6 tie. Shaker was clicking in all departments for the first time this
season. Dick Petrequin's sustained gains through center and Warren Schmidt's
dashes around end kept Heights on the defensive throughout most of the first
half. Eugene Schwarz and Dick Petrequin were impregnable in backing' up
the line. Outstanding star of the game was Jack Sinclair, not only because he
snared Schmidt's pass for a touchdown but also because he kept the spirit of
the whole team at a fighting pitch with his inexhaustible pep.
Elyria 33 Shaker 7 November 5, 1938
Elyria's powerful team won a rather easy victory over Shaker at Ely
Stadium in Elyria. The speed of All-Ohio Tony Wolodzko and the bruising
plunges of Brubaker and Yanke were more than the Shaker line could handle.
Lloyd Thompson caught a pass from Schmidt to give Shaker her lone touch-
down. Ed Bosco preserved Shakers unsteady defense with his brilliant play in
Shaker 7 Lakewood 7 November 12, 1938
Flashing the same smooth attack they had shown in the Heights encounter,
the Raiders gained their second tie in league competition. It was a battle for
the door-mat position in the Lake Erie League, since neither team had won a
league game. Carl Iofredo, Warren Schmidt, and Dick Petrequin all showed
that during the course of the season they had become really fine backs. Shaker
scored on a sustained drive climaxed by Petrequin's touchdown plunge. Eugene
Schwarz again impressed the onlookers with his dependability in backing' up
the line. Besides being the last game of the season, it was Dads' Day and
many of the fathers were on hand as Shaker closed the season with two wins,
two ties, and four defeats.
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HAKER experienced a rather disastrous cage season this winter, winning
four and losing nine games to win the dubious honor of last place in the
Lake Erie League. Brightest spot in the season was Shakers surprise vic-
tory over her perennial foe, Cleveland Heights. in the last game of the season.
A new feature of the 1938-39 season was the Sophomore squad which
replaced the B squad of former years. Under the new plan. the sophomores
get the valuable experience of playing in actual games. Although the team
won but three of its twelve games, many of the boys showed promise of be-
coming valuable players next year.
A 25-21 victory over Berea in the opener offered encouragement to cage
fans here who had viewed with alarm the fact that there was only one returning
letterman. Especially inspiring was the play of sharp-eyed Hans Zachmann,
who, with five field goals and two foul shots, tallied twelve of Shaker's twenty-
Hve points. Thompson and Jack Dunbar were next in line for scoring honors
with six and Hve points respectively.
As they entered league play. however, the scene did not look so rosy, the
Raiders dropping five straight games before pulling out of their slump. The
scores ran as follows: Lorain 30-Shaker 22: Shaw 32--Shaker 19: Elyria
43-Shaker 21: Heights 27+Shaker 24: Lakewood 31-Shaker 24, Bright
spots in this era of depression were Thompsons long shots which accounted for
ten points in the Heights game. and tall, red-headed Cliff White's nine points
against Shaw and eight against Heights.
February 3 was the time and Lorain the scene as Shaker snapped its losing
streak by nosing out its hosts 32-28. "Red" White led the Shaker scoring
with nine points while Zachmann, Joe Dula, and Chuck Anthony followed
with six apiece. The following Tuesday the Raiders edged a fighting U. S.
team to the tune of 30-29, Dula was the hero of the game, tallying an in-
dividual total of 15 points.
Shaw's quintet, on its way to the league championship, set Shaker back
in the losing column to the tune of 49 to 24 on Friday, February 17. The
Red and White fell victim to the Rangers of Lakewood by a 49 to 31 count
the next Tuesday despite Du1a's eleven points and White's ten.
The climax of the season came on February 24, when Shaker played host
to its traditional hilltop foe, Cleveland Heights. Scoffers at Coach Francis's
prediction that Shaker stood a good chance of winning its second league victory
held their breath as the lead seesawed back and forth all during the Hrst three
quarters. and burst into cheers as Shaker broke loose in the fourth to win.
24 to 16. Thompson with ten and Anthony with eight points were high
scorers for the game. 1' - . '-'
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NDEFEATED. only once tied, scoring 65 points to their opponents' 41
A'Doc" Myers' raging Raider ice sextet copped the city title for the second
straight time this year. And this despite the fact that a A'Shaker lcer
Injured" headline seemed to follow every game. Bill Metzenbaum, Allan Lewis.
and Bob Netherton being the victims.
The lone tie marring the record was avenged in the first game of the playf
offs as the Rebels of John Adams took a 6-O clrubbing at Shaker's hands.
Lewis, with three goals: Bud McCord, with one: and John Vilas and Bob
Harris with assists led the Shaker attack with Ed Bosco and Fred Brandt, next
year's captain, backing them with some splendid defensive work.
East's Gill Rannigan and Shaker's Bill Metzenbaum on a Lewis-McCord
assist scored goals in the second game that kept it tied up completely through
the regular playing period and the first overtime. The ensuing sudden death
overtime saw the massive form of goalie Tom Mooney time after time stop
swift East shots that would have automatically eliminated Shaker from the
playoffs. The Blue and Gold defense held equally well until, with less than a
minute to play. Lewis skated through their entire team to put in the winning
hero's role once
Shaker came out
approach of the championship game none other than our old
Heights, appeared as the other finalist. As Lewis played the
more with three goals on solo dashes and an assist to Harris.
on top with a 4-O shutout.
l9 38-HOCKEY RESULTS-1939
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Shaker 6 7 777 Lincoln 7 O
Shaker 5 7 7 Shore O
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Shaker 2 7 7 West 77 77 0
Shaker l 7 7 Adams 7 77 l
Shaker 3 7 77 West Tech O
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Shaker 3 7East Tech 77 0
Shaker 4 7 77 7 Shaw 7 7 777 77 77 O
Shaker 5 7 77 777Cathedral Latin O
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Shaker 10 77 Holy Name 7 7 0
Shaker 2 77 7 777 Saint Ignatius 7 7 7 1
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HE 1939 track season was opened successfully when Shaker's only entry
in the Arena Relays, the two-mile relay team, won an easy victory. Roger
Marous, Dick Petrequin, Pete Hale, and Ed Nyfenger gave evidence of po-
tential strength in the mile and half-mile runs.
Besides the above mentioned quartet, there are eight other returning letter-
men. Doug Bishop demonstrated his ability in the discus with an early season
throw of 149 feet. Lloyd Thompson, Garry Chertoff, and Marvin Schultz
were expected to be point winners in the 440 and 220 dashes at the time the
book went to press.
Coach Francis said that this year's squad stood a good chance of being the
best in the district if any capable hurdlers or pole-vaulters could be found.
Jack Shadek, Chuck Anthony, and Thompson had shown the most promise
in the hurdle events. Jim Rogers promised to be a point winner in the javelin
Last year's track squad won all their dual and triangular meets, won the
Public Hall Meet, and finished second in the Lake Erie Meet. This year's
squad, at the time of this writing, shows promise of duplicating this record.
March 31 ,, L, John Hay
April 11 ,Garfield-Orange
1 April 18 LLLL Painesvil-le
May ZLL LLLLLLLL Lorain
May 13L-Lake Erie Meet
May 16.. .LLL-..-.L Shaw
March 3 ...LLLCLL .-eEast Tech
March Z4-25 LLLLL . Hall Meet
April 22 LLLL Mansfield Relays
April 26 L. Bedford-Maple Hts.
April 28LCleveland Hts. Relays
May 6 LL LLLLL A Salem Relays
May 19-ZOW-.. L. District Meet
June 3 LLL, . Hill Top Meet
NTERSCHOLASTIC wrestling took its place among Shakers varsity sports
this year. The wrestling club achieved its aim of the past several years when
it was converted into a recognized varsity team, with Pat Troyan as wrestling
The squad won, but two of their eight meets, defeating Euclid Central
and West High. The wrestlers lost to such mat strongholds as Parma, U. S.,
XVest Tech. and Garfield Heights.
Outstanding members of the squad were Henry Lipuma, Vincent Datillo,
Herman Tobin, Tony Darata, and Dick Fielding. The squad was weakened
noticeably by the graduation of Jack Sinclair and Norman Kyman at mid-
HAKER was invited to enter the Lake Erie meet this year despite the fact
that it has no organized swimming team. A group of the outstanding boys
in the swimming classes won third place in the league meet. The squad lost
dual meets to Heights and Shaw. Bill Porter and Jim Rogers were outstand-
ing in the short distances. Roy Shambo and George Mogg starred in the breast-
I-'irxt Row: Bill Grissinger, Bill Mau. lVlr, Harbourt, Joe Nash.
Second Row: Garth Thornton. Bob Harris, Charles Norlin, Sanford Gold-
farb. Jack l.erner.
'Third Row: .lim Connors. Jim Mellman. Jerry Klein. Jack Jennings,
Winning two matches and dropping three, the tennis team wound up
fourth in the Lake Erie League fall season. Defeats were administered to the
Shaker netters by Lakewood, Heights, and Lorain: but the locals emerged
victorious in matches with Elyria and Shaw.
The team was composed of Garth Thornton, who was runner-up for the
city championship last summer, at first singles: Jim Connors at second singles:
Marvin Schultz at third singles: Sandy Goldfarb and Bob Harris at first
doubles: with Bill Mau, Jerry Klein, Bill Grissinger, Joe Nash, Stanley
Sangdahl, Jack Lerner, Jim Mellman, and Jack Jennings playing at second
doubles at various times.
The spring season had not opened at press time.
With all four of last year's lettermen returning, the golf team this year
looked forward to an even better season than last when they finished third in
the district qualifier. Captained by Ken Waterbury, the team also included
Dave Morgan, John I-lersey, Lloyd Thompson, and Dick Petrequin.
lfirsl Row: John Hersey, Dave Morgan. Ken XX'aterbury.
Second Row: Dick Petrequin. Lloyd Thompson. Jack Shadek.
For his sustained interest and achievef
ment in the intramural activities ol' the
Physical Education Department, we dedi-
cate this year's Boys' Intramurals Section
to Paul Haynam.
T is the desire of our physical education def
partment each season to develop personal
interest and ability in at least one sport.
Homeroom and physical education class teams
are organized to compete in team and indi-
vidual contests-all pointing toward our big
intramural games after school. This type of
organizing succeeds in furnishing to any boy
an opportunity for good, clean, close competi'
Basketball still tops our years sport parade
as the most popular intramural and class sport.
Captain Weisman headed the winning team
of our annual school-wide tournament in which
close to fifty teams competed. They have the
honor of being the best physical education class
team of the year.
llomeroorn Basketball Chmnpions:
Basketball reached a new high this year when
every homeroom in school entered a team to
play regularly once a week throughout the sea-
son. Perry Narten's team from 312 outscored
Jack Doxseys champion junior homeroom team
to win first place among thirty-four home-
More interest was shown in intramural foot-
ball this year because of ideal fall weather and
evenly matched teams.
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2. l7il'ty-teant BAK-l'xCllH.1ll Tutirnament Cilmmpitms
3. Junior Homeroom l'aasketh.1ll 'liuurnament Cfhampions
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Paul Haynam and team won the play-off
game from Warren Ciressle's team after both
had ended the season in a tie. A high spot of
the game was when our School President,
Haskell Torrence, intercepted a pass and sprinted
seventy yards to a touchdown-and exhaustion.
Sam Peritore led a very strong team to vic-
tory in a forty-six team tournament. This
team usually won by large scores because of
their individual ability and team play.
This year we present to the Gristmill three
new badminton champions.
Advanced and school champion: Stanley
Second year-Harry Feick.
First year--Harold Karklin.
A new ping-pong champion has risenf
A lowly sophomore defeated our senior chama
pion. Joe Miller, with the best defensive game
ever seen at Shaker High, dethroned our last
year's champion, Harry Feick.
Sophomore champion, Joe Miller: Junior
champion, Herman Frankel: Senior champion,
Regular weekly archery meets between
six organized clubs made archery a very popu-
lar sport this year. Members in competitive
scoring order are as follows: Plott, Lipuma,
Katzel, Schellentrager, Norlin, Ferrell, Con-
nors, lVlacLaughlin, Rosenblatt, Foster, Sang-
dahl, Perrin, Spitzig, Kochmit, Cook, Bowker.
Czerny, Smith, Nimnger, and Langer. Jean
Swan is secretary.
Pictures lrom top to bottom:
l, Ping-Pong Finalists
Z. Sophomore Homeroom Basketball Tournament Cham-
3, Forty-sixA'l'eam lioolball Tournament Champions
-l. Badminton Finalists
5. Physical lZLlllCJllUI1 Class Football Tournament Cham-
An addition to the award system was
made this year. If a girl comes out lor
enough after-school practices and games, she
receives a small, colored piece of felt with a
White letter representing the sport on it. This
year the hockey color was orange: volleyball,
black: and basketball, red. If she earns four
of these awards, she will get a small letter
"S" signifying 400 points, and a large letter
"S" for l0 awards, or l000 points. Fifty
points may also be earned for skating, riding,
fencing. or swimming. Numerals are pre-
sented to those girls who win a place on a
varsity team. The varsity team, picked this
year for the first time, includes the following
girls: Barbara Bradley, Margaret Chute,
Betty Danforth, Marge Danforth, Mary-
l-ouise Green, Shirley Hardman, Eunice
Johnston, Carol Kampp, Jean Nelson, Eliza-
beth Pond. "Jimmy" Savage, Netta Siegel,
Eleanor Speaker, Jean Steigerwald.
Girls' hockey reached a new high in en-
thusiasm this year, probably because of inter-
scholastic victories at the Arena. Both Mrs.
l-ommen and Miss Dorsey asserted a new
high in playing ability was also reached.
The winning team captained by Betty Dan-
forth includes the following girls: Ruth
Mary Joseph, Gwen Jones, Jane Roby,
Patricia Willson, Marge Danforth, Charlotte
Masters. Margaret Chute, Shirley Hardman,
Margaret Warren, Elizabeth Pond, Nancy
Guyer, Mabel Cameron, Mary Ellen Sulli-
van, and Marion Wolf.-Oh, woe to all
others next yearf
Here follows a plug for the up-till-now
omitted seniors, of whom four from the
Girls' Leaders Club took the written National
Hockey Rating Test and passed it nicely.
Their remarkable brains should make up for
their lack of brawn.
As for tests, do all you girls realize that
you have the honor of being in one of the
very few high schools that "offer" exams on
all sports? In fact you can't even dodge 'em
by taking golf, tennis, badminton, or any
other minor sport. My, what with tests and
the gym department becoming so strict about
skipping and showers and making up classes,
things are almost unbearable!
The sophomores gained a big victory this
year by winning the volleyball champion-
ship. lt was a fiercely contested tournament:
for the rest of the classes, and especially the
seniors. didn't enjoy watching the sopho-
mores carry off high honors. The team in-
cludes the following girls: Evelyn Gottfried,
Betty Mortus, Betty Helmik, Florence Burt,
Janice Diamond, and Gloria Milner.
Basketball was. as usual, the most im-
portant season of the year. A junior team
won the intramural contest, and played the
all-stars. The winners, captained by Jane
Roby, include Lila Horn, Gwen Jones, Mar-
garet Chute, Nancy Guyer, Jeanne Nelson,
Magdaline Geraci, and Mercedes Geraci. The
season closed on March 22 with the all-star
game, from which the varsity team was
picked, and a game between some of our
more energetic faculty members and a chosen
team of girls,
ln addition to the classes of badminton,
still one of the most popular sports, there
was introduced this year a class of modern
dancing. About 90 girls now take this
course, the purpose being to develop grace
Mrs. Burke reported that about 250 girls
substitute a period or two of swimming for
gym each week. Those who wish may take
Senior Life Saving lessons and anyone quali-
fied may help Mrs. Burke with the after-
The classes participated in two big events
the first semester. ln the fall they gave a
program for the Open House, consisting of
water formations, diving, relay races, and
just races. The really big event came on
December l3th: in short, the inter-class
swimming meet. An unusual thing hap-
pened in that the seniors won the meet with
38 points. The juniors trailed far behind
with 29 points, and the sophomores were
just visible with 18. Senior fishes were as
follows: Eileen Czerny, captain, Catherine
Blair, Patsy Findly, Mary Ann Jakes, Molly
King, Marion Kluge, Harriet Shea, Betsy
Small, Jean Steigerwald.
GIRLS' BADMINTCN CLUB
HIS club was added to our list of activities last fall to give the girls a
chance to perfect their skill in the game of badminton, which has become
increasingly popular in the last few years. This sport is not easy, but a
great deal of fun and profitable exercise can be derived from chasing the 'ibirdf'
So those who continually talk about losing weight but never really do anything
about it had better take heed and join this club next year.
First Row: Betty Emerick, Dorothy Howard, Virginia l,eslie, Mary Cohn.
Second Row: Norma Davies, Nancy Payton, Jimmy Savage, Susan Reiley, Evajean
Moore, Ferol Smith.
No! in Picture: Margaret Kelly, Elaine Schonmeyer. I,ois Schwalb. Netta Siegel, Juanita
I-Hrs! Row: Dave Maclure. Marv Joseph, Chuck Norlin. lfliiabeth Pond. lid Bosco.
.X't't'om1 Rout: Vvlaller l.aughren, Margaret XVarren. lfred l,emr. Ken 'l'ell'ord. liugene XVhiI
Presidenl Ciiaiuafs lXlORl.IN
Vicefpresidem DAVID Macituiui
Secrewrg l31-1ZAts12'1'ii PoND
Treasurer EDWARD Bosco
Sponsor MR. Haiznouiw
LARGE number of fencers have sprung up from among our ranks this
year to augment the Fencing Club to its present size. Fencing is a sport
which accents agility, suppleness and co-ordination of muscles lalso
sore musclesl rather than brute strength. The college system of giving school
colors to the victorious fencers has been introduced. Fencing meets with other
schools, Cleveland Heights among this number. have been planned to add a
new interest to the club.
Ifzrsl Row: Dr. Ross. Helen Vwlalsh. .lean Phare. Juliana Reese. Marion llubach. Cirace
Spira. Annette Paselt. Adrienne Ailes. l.eila Dorer. Marv Oster,
Second Row: Sally Crafts. Mary lillcn Sullivan. Jimmie Savage. Ruth Vwlrede, Marcella
Pasek, Marilyn Spelman. Barbara Reese. Margaret Plunkett. Ronald Perrin.
Third Row: lid Siegler. Ken Horth. Bob tlaster. Dick Bloomfield. .lim Bailey. Harold
Rosen, Dan Kilmer. Ted Boynton. Joanne Otte.
No! in I'r't'lure: Mr. Harbourt. sponsor: lid Peck and llarl ,IQTASICL instructors: Don
Dowling. Bob Botlev. Rad XVilliams. Rav l'errell, .lack Norlin. Bob Chute. l.ee
First Row: Grace Spira, Dorothy Howard, Nancy Baker, Lucille Kemeny, Mary Cohn,
Marjie Bernstein, Jane Kohn. Shirley Hardman, Marilyn Stannard.
Second Row: Miss Jackson, Becky Murphy, Anne Thompson, Janet Altman, Dorothy
Hart. Jean Swan, Netta Siegel. Mabel Cameron, Anna Martha Gemmell, Peggy Hart.
Third Row: Harriet Shea, Marilou Shade, Olive Kihorny, Lois Ahlman, Jean Graves,
Florence Horn, Dale Kunkle, Betty Urschel, Phyliss Henderson.
Iiourfh Row: Edith Dennis, Ruth Wrede. Ann Lelivre, Evelyn Ellis, Elinor Mullany,
Bonnie Greene, Marian Johnston. l,ouise Grossman, Lucille Miller.
Not in I'z'cture: June Winslcauf, Patricia Clapp.
BGOTS AND SADDLE CLUB
President e JEAN SWAN
Secretary-Treasurer H, ,,-s,, ,, , JANE KOHN
Sponsor e or D so Edo D ,r or Miss JACKSON
HIS club gives our horse lovers a chance to communicate with their beloved
horse brethren and to improve their riding technique so that Cunlike us
inexperienced ridersj they can sit down in comfort on the day following
a trip to Sleepy Hollow. When the weather permits, every Thursday finds
these horsewomen perfecting their style and maybe that of the horse.
GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB
Ftrs! Semester Second Semesler
RUTH MACNAB President EI,I2ANoR SIaI2AIcIiR
VIRGINIA Boos Vice-President VIRGINIA Boos
HIQLIEN CoNRoI' Secretary-Treasurer HEI.IfN CoNRoI'
MRS. l.OKlMliN Sponsor MRS. l.oxIxIITN
O become a member of this club, a girl must excel in gym work, leadership.
and good sportsmanship. The Leaders assist in classes, oliiciate at after-
school sports, and participate in play-days with Bedford, Garfield Heights,
and Cleveland Heights. The one large social affair of the year is the annual
Christmas Alumni dinner. The club sponsors a basketball game in March be-
tween the All-Star and Champion teams. You won't pass up these girls with
their "fire-engine red" suits without a second glance. tNeither would
First Row: Mrs. l.ommen. Jean Steigerwald. Jane Roby. Ruth MacNab. Helen Conroy,
Barbara Haggard. Eleanor Speaker.
Second Row: Mary-Louise Greene, Eileen Czerny, Gwen Jones. Betty Danforth. Alice
Bacon. Shirley Hardman, Annette Freeman.
Third Row: Marge Danforth, Dorothy Howard. lllizabeth Rodgers. Betty Adell, Mar-
garet Chute. Mary Alice Oakley, Joan Kochmit, Ruth Joseph.
Not in Picture: Virginia Boos.
President be B so or MQLLY KING
Vr'ce-Presidenz to be ,,,,lVlARGARET CLARK
Secretary e r at r WJEAN STEIGERWALD
Treasurer or are PAT FINDLEY
Sponsor as MRS. BURKE
UR Sharcs resemble the genuine animal only in name and in agility in
the water: the danger is missing, for our Sharcs are quite harmless
fisupposedly, at leastl. The girls in this club are expert swimmers
who have passed the lifefsaving test.
In addition to improving their own already proficient skill, the members
help supervise and teach the younger children who swim in the pool after
school. This year the club sponsored Beginners, Intermediate, and Advanced
swimming meets among these elementary school children. The annual inter-
class meet of high school girls, which was won by the senior class with second
and third places taken by the junior and sophomore classes respectively, was
likewise sponsored by the Sharcs. The club climaxed the year's activities this
spring with a water pageant which was in the form of a Mother Goose fantasy
with music, art and acting. dom Q,X:
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First Row: Patsy lfindley. Marge Danforth. Jane Reinhardt, Jane McKee. Jean Steiger-
wald. Molly King.
Second Row: Mrs. Burke, Mary Ann Jakes, Elaine lirankel, Catharine Blair. Charlotte
Masters, Barbara Bradley.
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A Cappella Choir ........
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Annual Board ......... -...-
An Annual Event ......,.
Basketball Sophomore Squad -
Basketball Individuals ......
Book Club ......... .....
Boosters and Booster Captains
Boots and Saddle Club -T .............
Boys' Glee Club ..... .- .............
Boys' Intramurals ................
Calendar . ................
Candid Camera ....... 4---
Central Committee ........
Class Prophecy ...........
Classes 12B ........... --
llB ...... ..... -
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Composite Senior ......,............
Congressional Club ...... -, ..... - .....
Dramatic Club, Junior-Senior
Driving Club ................... 58-
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Fencing Club ......................
Football Squad ...........
Football Individual Pictures ........
Foreword ....... ................ - ..
Girls' Badminton Club ...............
Girls' Leaders Club ........
Girls' Glee Club ....................
Girls' Intramurals --- ............. 93-
Hockey Team ......................
Hockey Individual Pictures .... -. .......
Honor Study Hall Advisors ...........
Library Club ......................
Last Will and Testament .............
Message from Mr. Patin ............. -
Miriam Stage League .... ,. ........,. -
Open Forum Club ................. -
Photography Club -...... .......... ..---
Radio Announcers and Engineers .......
Radio Script Club ..................
Senior Class Oliicers CFebruary and Junej
Senior Class of February ........... ll-14
Senior Class of June .............. 15-34
Shares Club .......................
Scribblers League --.- ............... -
Science Club .................,....
Shaker Art Club ...................
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Stage Electricians ...................
Student Council ....................
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Tennis Team ..............,.......
Title Page ....................... 2-3
Track Team ......................
Travel Club .......................
Travel Club Officers .................
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Jaffe, Jay ,,,,,,,.,,
Jakab, Gloria 2 ,.,H. 2
Jakes, Mary Anne 222
Jaster, Robert 2222222
Jennings, Jack ,,,,,,
Jlrus. Earl 222222222
Jxrus, Shirley ...A...,... 22
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Johnston, Eunice 24 7.
Johnston, Marion 222
Johnson, Alfred .,,,,
Jones, Catherine 2 .,,, 48,
Jones, Evan ,,,.. 2 22
Jones, Gwendolyn 244,
Jones. Merilyn ,,,,,
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Karklin, Harold ...3,,,, 48,
Karnosh, Jane ..., 22
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Katz, Sidney ,,,...,
Katzel, Herbert 2244,
Kellog, John 3,,. .222
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Kelly, Margaret 2222222222
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Kemeny, Lucille 2212, 67, 72,
Kent, Carson .,....,,, 248,
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Kilmer, Daniel 2212,
Kilroy, Charles ,,.,,,
Kilroy, Edward ,,.,,.,. 23,
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King, Charles 247, 50,
King, James 2222 ,,...,,2 22
King, Mollie 2222 ..ff4 223,
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Kirby, Mary 2 22
Klausner, Beatrice 22 22
Klausner, Irene ,..,,2, 22223
Klausner, Robert 2,.22 . 2248,
Klein, Jerome 2222222 23, 52,
Kluge, Marian 223, 71 72, 76
Knesal, Marion 22222222260,
Knight, Paul 222222222-- 22
Knight, Robert 222222 46, 71,
Kni ht, Walter 222222
Kochmit, Jane 22 48.
Kochmit, Joan 222222
Koerner, Gerald 22222
Koestel, Alfred 222222
Koller, Phyllis 222222
Kohn, Jane 222222222 2244,
Kohn, Syville 22.2 222222222 2
Koller, Phyllis 2222222 22222-
Komlos, Patsy 242, 44, 61, 71
Konter, Helen 222222
Kongha, Irene 22222222 22222
Koptis, Jane 222224, 61,
Kossick, Jeanne 222222222222
Kossick, Ruth 22222222 22222
Kovanda, James 22222 222224
Kovanda, Marcia 2222222248
Kovanda, Ralph 22222 222222
61 71 72
Kramer, Hope 222 ,
Krasnoff, Miriam 22 44, 61,
Kraus, Marjorie 2246, 61,
Krause, Jeanne 222222
Krause, Richard 22 2222
Krauslich. Julia 2 2 222
Krepps, Betty 222222 48, 59,
Krohngold, Doris 2222222 48,
Kunkle, Dale 2222 47, ,
Krum. John 2246, 52, 53, 55
Kyman, Aileen 222222 48, 64
Kyman, Norman 213, 48, 64,
Kysela, Paul 22222222222
Lackamp, Patricia 2222222222
Laird, Richard 222222222222
La Marca. Florence 222222 48,
La Mond, Jack 2224, 59, 74,
Lance, Leighton 2222222 244,
Lang, Nancy 222222. 44, 71,
Langer, Warren 22222 24, 75,
Larsen, Bernard 2224, 59, 71,
Larsen, Richard 22222222222
Lathe, Ann 2222222222222 22
Lathe, John, Jr. 22222 44,
Laughren, Walter 2222 24, 71,
Lawson, Marjorie 2222 2 2222 2
Lawson. Ruth 222222222222
LaZelle, Frank 222222222222
Leas, Elmer 222222222222222
Lechner, Paul 2222222222 44,
Lefton, Natalie 222222222 71,
Lehmann, Robert 2 222222 222
Le Lievre, Ann 2249, 67, 71,
Leifer, Goodwin 22222 22 25,
Lemr, Fred 22222222 25, 52,
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Lerner, Jack 2 2222 22247, 71
Leslie, Virginia 22225, 69, 71
Lewis. Allan 2222222 2, 2222
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Lewis, Robert 222222222222
Lipuma, Henry 2222222222
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Lister, William 222222222 50,
Lockwood, Ernest 22225, 40,
Lockwood, Flora Lu 22222222
Lonardo, Helen 222222222222
Longo, Anthony 249, 71, 88,
Longo. Antoinette 22246, 71,
Loomis, David 22246, .
Loomis, Jack 2222222 49, 59,
Lo Schiavo, Martin 2222222
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Lowe, Richard 22247, 59, 65
Lowenstein, Barbara 222222
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Lox, Francine 222222 49, 60,
Lox, Isabelle 2222 25, 46, 60.
Ludwig, Jack 2222222222 22
Luttenton, Richard 222222 44,
Lybarger, Jeanne 225, 71, 72.
Lybarger, Rita 2222222222 44
Lybarger. Stanton 2222222 49
Lynn, Kenneth 222222 49, 77:
Mack, .Arthur 2222222222 25,
MacLachl'an, Jon 2222222 49,
MacNab, Ruth 22213, 55, 76
Maclure, David 222222222 25
Maier, Marilyn 22222 47, 59,
Main, Margee 225, 40. 66, 72
Manheim, Robert 222222222
Marble, Susan 2222222222 47
Margowsky, Shirley 2257, 72
Marks, Leonard 222222222222
Marotta, Thomas 2222222 46,
Marotta, Vincent 22222 2 22222
Marous, Richard 22222222 46
Marous. Rodger 222222222 26
Marshall, Ralph 22222222 26,'
Martin. Jean 22222222222 26
Martin, Nancy 222222222222
Martin, William 222222222
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Martinson, Arthur 222222245,
Masch, Beverly 222222222 47
Masters, Charlotte 2245, 72, 74
Mastny, Alice 2222222 49, 71
Mau, William 222222 45, 74,
Mavers, Geraldine 2222222 45
McCafferty, Mary 2222222 44
McCall, Davey 22222244, 60
McCay, Robert 22222222222
McCord, Charles 222 2222 2 26
McCune, Willis 22222222 26.
McDonald, Jane 222222222 46
McGarrell, Katheryn 222222
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McGaw, Gordon 2222222244
McKee, Jane 2222 2222 44, 71
McKee, Marjorie 2222 2222 49,
McLaughlin, Virginia 249, 59,
McVay, Nancy 222 22222 22
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Meikle, Richard 2222222222
Meisser, Ruth 222246, 61, 62,
Mellman, Doris 22222 2 22222
Mellman, James 2226, 69, 78
Metzenbaum, William 2 2222
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Meyer, Joy 2222222 22 ,
Meyer, Virginia 22222222 26,
Miller, Allan 2222 2 2226, 74,
Miller, Edith 2222 45, , 71,
Miller, Joseph 222222 49, 80,
Miller, Lucille 22249, 52, 74,
Miller, Maryon 2226, 59, 69,
Millican, James 2222222222
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Milner, Gloria 222222 47, 75,
Mills, Marilyn 222222222222
Miskell, Robert 222 2 22222 13,
Mixer, Muriel 22249, 71, 72,
Mogg, George 222222 46, 74,
Monnett, Mary 22 22222222 2
Monroe, Logan 222222222 22
Mooney, Thomas 22 2 26,
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Moore, Doris 2222 2 22222 45,
Moore, Evajean 2227, 69, 71,
Moorhead, Austin 222249, 59
Morgan, David 2222222222
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Morrow, John 22222222222
Morse, Franklin 242, 45, 52,
53, 55, 56, 60, 68, 73,
Morton, Adelaide 2222222 49,
Morton. Nancy 222222222 2
Mortus, Betty Jane 222222 49,
Moshontz, Shirley 222222 49,
Mueller, Lois 22.2 222222 249,
Mulcahy, Ann 22245, , 71.
Mullaney, Elinor 245, 60, 72,
Murphy, Becky 2227, 71, 76,
Murphy, Marilyn 2222 50, 60,
Murphy, Thomas 2222222 47,
Nadison, Florence 222222222
Narten, Perry 2222222 2227,
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Narwald, Constance 22222 45,
Nash, Joseph 2222 , , 89,
Neale. Denison 2222222222
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Neel, Jack 222222222222222
Nehrer, Carl 2227, 40, 56, 57
Nelson, Jeanne 22222 245, 71,
Nelson, Richard 22.22 27, 65,
Nendza, Albina 2222 2222222
Netherton. Robert 227, 71, 86
Neville, Francis 222222 2247
Newell, Janet 2222222 49, 69
Newhall, Elizabeth 249, 59, 69
Newhall, Mary 222222 222 27,
Newman, Arthur 2222 2 .2 2
Newman, Harry 22222 47, 60
Noble. Carol 22222 222 2245
Nokes, Doris 222222245, 71,
Noon, Mary Ellen 2222 .22 2
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Norlin, Charles 2222222222
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Pohorlak, LaVerne ..,,., 28
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Pond, Elizabeth --45,
Pongracz, Adelbert ...... 45,
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Rosenberg, Leonard ,,,,, -
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Shea, Robert ......
Sheperd, Jack ---49
Shields, Winifred -45
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Siegel, Netta ,49, 59
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Skove, Donald ---31
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