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THE BUZZER 



FIFTH YEARBOOK NUMBER 

193 



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EUCLID CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL 
EUCLID VILLAGE, OHIO 

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Force word 

ORE than four hundred 
years ago four ships — The 
Susan Constant, 'The Dis- 
cbvery, The Godspeed, and 
The Arbella — left the shores 
of an old world in quest of 
new life, new adventure, and 
new worlds to conquer. 



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HIS, our fifth yearbook 
number, is the faithful record 
of our quest for new life, new 
adventure, and new worlds to 
conquer. 



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Dedication 



1 ( ) THE spirit of eternal 
youth which is never satisfied 
with the here and now — 

1 < ) THE spirit of adventure 
which has the power to charm 

us out nl ourselves — 

1 ( ) Til E spirit of comrade- 
ship which we have had and 
shall have all alone' the way — 



We dedicate this hook. 




Suatid cHtikotlcat cSoeUtu 



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The Euclid Village 
Board of Education 

L. L. Marshall, President 
J. L. Evans, Vice President 
W. P. Newton 
Marie Schaeffing 
Gertrude C. Witmer, Clerk 



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"The Susan Constant" 

Jamestown Colony 



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The Facility 



Wilbert A. Franks, L.B., A.B., M.A. 
Superintendent of Schools 

Roy B. Sharrock, A.B., M.A. 

Principal of High School 

Agnes M. Burgess, A.B. 
Latin 



Dorothy L. Siegltng, A.B. 
English 



[.A. 



Richard R. Keay, A.B. 
Science 

Evelvia M. Baeckler, A.B., M.A. 
Mathematics 

Wellington G. Fordyce, A.B. 
History 

Blanche E. Forbes, A.B. 
English 

Grace M. Shafer, A.B. 
French 

Allen B. Turnbull, A.B., B.S. in E. 
Science, Mathematics 

Norma B. Johnson, Pii.B. 
English 

Olin A. Bailey, A.B. 

History, Biology 



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Eight 



The Faculty 



Helen H. King, B.S. 

Commercial 

H. Belle Hill, B.Ped., D.S. 
Domestic Arts 

John A. Beck 
Music 

Lola L. Bevington 
Music 

Alfred W. Rader 

Coach, Manual Arts 

Clarence Swackiiamer, B.S. in E. 
Physical Education 

Bernikce Humble, B.S. in E. 
Physical Education 

Eulalia C. Taylor 
Nurse 

i race E. Henry 
Art 

Dorothy Hattendorf 

Secretary to Principal 

Alice M. Ressler 

Secretary to Superintendent 

Bernice Clugston 
Librarian 



Nine 




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The Class of 1930 



OFFICERS 

President Ernest Kovarik, First Semester 

Edward Scheuring, Second Semester 

Vice President Edward Scheuring, First Semester 
Norman Carter, Second Semester 

Secretary Bruce Aelen 

Treasurer Rosalind Fouts 




Sponsor 
Wellington G. Fordyce 



Ten 



Jaouaury Class 




WlLLARD C. BlLLHIMER 

Class Treasurer 1, President 2, Secretary 
; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Assembly Plays 1, 2. 
4; Glee Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Class Basketball 
4; Salutatorian 4. 



Vincent Caito 

Class Treasurer 1, Secretary 2; Class 
Basketball 2; Varsity 3, 4; Football 3, 4; 
Captain 4 ; Track 3 ; National Athletic- 
Honor Society 3, 4; Glee Club Secretary 3, 
Leader 4; Class Play 4; Council 4; Hi-Y 4. 



Howard J. Dennis 

Alanson, Mich. 1, 2; Football 4; Hi-Y 4. 



Kenneth L. Green 

"Bab" 3 ; "Three Live Ghosts" 
sembly Plays 2, 4 ; Glee Club 3, 4 ; 
Football Manager 4; Orchestra 3, 
3, 4 ; Honor Society 4. 



4; As- 
Hi-Y 4; 
4; Band 



''Outward Boned 



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"We arc outward bound for the 

he January section of the 1930 Class has one distinct honor: we were 
the first mid-year class to graduate from Euclid High School. A fiance 
at the pedigree of our members however will reveal many other honors 
and activities. 

Willard — blond and smiling — was our banjo player, and in spite of a serious 
illness one year he won the position of salutatorian. Vincent was better known 
to most of us as "Itchy." Although all sports attracted him, his football record 
will stand out longest in our memories. Howard was an excellent student. He 




Ele 




JaniLTiary Class 




Leonard H. Erickson 

Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 4: 
Volleyball Champions 3. 



Ernest R. Koyarik 

Patrick Henry 1; Cleveland Heights 2; 
Class President 3, 4; "Bab" 3; "Three Live 
Ghosts" 4; Volleyball Champions 3; Foot- 
ball 3. 4 ; Honor Society 3, 4 ; Student 
Council Vice President 3; President 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4; Band Leader 3, 4; Orchestra 
Leader 3, 4 ; National Athletic Honor So- 
cietv 3, 4 : Hi-Y 4 ; Valedictorian 4. 



Charles Kulyvin 

Class Basketball 2; Second Team Basket- 
ball 4 ; Volleyball Champions 3 ; Football 
Second Team 3 : Varsity 4 ; National Ath- 
letic Honor Society 4. 



Jean L. Kupfer 

Collinwood 1, 2; "Three Live Ghosts" 3; 
Assemblv Plavs 3, 4; Journalism 3, 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4; Leaders' Club. 



was with us only the last two years, and even that was broken by a semester's 
illness. Kenneth's marcel was the envy (if all the girls. He was a good student 
and thoroughly dependable in every task. "'Sam" was our class sheik, with his 
spats and his "cooky-duster." During his senior year he was quite the man 
about town with an apartment and car of his own. Ernest was outstanding in 
almost every activity. Music was his major interest, although he found time for 
sports too. Charles was such a quiet chap we did not begin to realize his possi- 
bilities until he was almost through school. In spite of it being his first year on 
the football team he held down an important berth all season. 



Tweh'e 



Jaeiuiairy Class 




Samuel G. Littke 



William F. Martens 

Orchestra 1. 2; Baseball Catcher 2, 3: 
Class Basketball 3, 4. 



Doris Simmons 

"Bab" 3; "Three Live Ghosts" 4; Glee 
Club 3, 4 ; Assistant Leader 4 ; Leaders' 
Club 3, 4. 



Myrtle M. Yahraus 
Leaders' Club ; Journalism 4. 



William's main passion in sports was baseball, he being an excellent catcher. 
During" his senior year aviation captured his heart, and he gained a pilot's license 
late in the fall. In addition to being a good student, Jean was interested in all 
phases of physical education — dancing, floor work, sports. She was a steady 
forward in girls' basketball. Doris' charming manner won for her many friends. 
She was in both the Junior and Senior plays. Myrtle's main interest lay in the 
commercial department. She was a good typist and should make a good office 
secretary some of these days. 

Thirteen 







June Class 




Bruce M. Allen 

Patrick Henry 1 ; Class Secretary 4 : 
Journalism 2, 3, 4; Sports Editor 4; Adver- 
tising Manager Athletic Association 3 ; 
Basketball Manager 2; "Kempy" 2, 3; As- 
sembly Plays 3, 4; Art 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual 
Artist 3, 4 ; Intermural Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; 
Scholarship Team 4 ; "The Whole Town's 
Talking" 4. 



Norman E. Carter 



Westboro, 
Basketball 4; 
4: Hi-Y 4; 
cietv 4. 



Mass. 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4; 
Glee Club 4 ; Stage Manager 
National Athletic Honor So- 



Howard W. Clasen 

Class Vice President 1 ; Glee Club 3, 4 ; 
Operetta 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Track 1. 2, 
3, 4. 



Edward D. Coltrin 

Class Treasurer 3; Student Council 4; 
Glee Club 2. 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4; Athletic 
Association Treasurer 3, President 4; Band 
2, 3. 4 ; Orchestra 2, 3, 4 ; Tennis Club 
Secretary 3; Hi-Y 4; Stage Manager 3, 4. 




ruce's special talent runs along the line of art, which keeps him in demand 
for posters, covers, and the like. He is a good student. Norman came 
to us from Massachusetts and still keeps his eastern accent. His excellent 
work in liasketball won him the honorary captaincy, and he is now the 
chief pitcher for the baseball team. Edward Coltrin has been everything from 
first-aid doctor at games to president of the Athletic Association. He has been 
general handy man in so many ways that his place will lie hard to fill. 

Howard has been out for football ever since he was a Freshman, and is also 
our champion pole-vaulter. All of his twelve years' schooling has been at Euclid. 
"Posie" and basketball — they seem to belong together. Rosalind's happy disposi- 



Vmirtecn 




June Class 




Rosalind Fouts 

Class Secretary 1, 2; Vice President 3, 
Treasurer 4 ; Athletic Association Treasurer 
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Leader 4; Operetta 
1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4; 
Student Council 4; "Kempy" 3; "The Whole 
Town's Talking" 4. 



Margaret A. Helberg 

Volleyball tourna- 



Music Appreciation 

merit 4. 



Arthur L. Irwin 

East Tech 1 ; Track 3, 4 ; Basketball Sec- 
ond Team 4; Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 4. 



Elizabeth Lebar 

Assembly Plays 1, 3, 4; Basketball Var- 
sity 3; Captain Second Team 4; Operetta 
1, 2, 3; Orchestra 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Leaders' Club 3, 4: Vice President 4; 
Journalism 2, 3, 4 ; Music Appreciation 1 ; 
Scholarship Team 4: Valedictorian 4. 



tion makes her a general favorite. Two sisters -one a Monde, the other a 
brunette — that's Mary and Betty. Both play the piano well. Betty having been 
the accompanist for the orchestra this year. Both have maintained good grades. 
and Betty is the class valedictorian. Wanda is the class beauty. She showed her 
dramatic ability last year in "Kempy," and has also been in several assembly 
programs. She has played the violin in the orchestra four years. 

Margaret was an 11A in the fall of this last year, but she was able to double 
up on her subjects so that now she is able to graduate with our class. We wish 



Fifteen 







June Class 




Mary Lebar 

Glee Club 4; Assembly Plays 1, 3; Lead- 
ers' Club 3, 4 ; Secretary and Treasurer 4 ; 
Journalism 3, 4 ; Music Appreciation 1 ; 
Operetta 4; Volleyball Tournament 4; Bas- 
ketball Second Team 4 ; "The Whole Town's 
Talking" 4. 



Wanda Lewandoski 

Orchestra 1. 2, 3. 4; Glee Club 4; As- 
sembly Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; "Kempy", Journal- 
ism 2, 3, 4; Business Manager "The Buzzer" 
4 ; Humor Editor 3 ; Art 1 ; Band 2 ; Music 
Appreciation 1. 



Wayne H. McCandless 

Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; Glee Club 2, 
3, 4 ; Operetta 3 ; Class Assembly Play 2 ; 
Class Treasurer 3 ; "The Whole Town's 
Talking" 4. 



Treva E. Pownell 

Journalism 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; As- 
sembly Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Volley- 
ball Tournament 3, 4; Baseball Tournament 
3 ; "The Whole Town's Talking" 4. 



that she might have heen with us all four years. Wayne is another of our musi- 
cians, having played the cornet in hoth band and orchestra. He is always interested 
in things along a mechanical line. Still another member of band and orchestra 
is Alfred, who came to us last year. Science is his strong point. We expect to 
hear some day of his having become a prominent engineer. 

Treva is the only member of the June class who has taken a strictly business 
course. She also has gone straight through Euclid from the first grade on. 



Sixteen 



June Class 




Alfred R. Pray 

Addison Junior High 1; East High 2; 
Band 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Music Apprecia- 
tion 3, 4; "The Whole Town's Talking" 4. 



Edward C. Scheuring 

Class Vice President 4; President 4; Band 
2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2. 3, 
4 ; Basketball Manager 3 ; Hi-Y 4 ; "Going 
Up" 3; "Kempv" 3; Class Plav 4; "The 
Whole Town's Talking" 4. 



Elizabeth Scott 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 2, 3, 4; 
President 4; Journalism 2, 3. 4; Literary 
Editor 3; Editor, The Annual 4; Scholarship 
Team 4; "The Whole Town's Talking" 4. 



E. Elizabeth Wedler 

Class President 1; Leaders' Club 3. 4; 
Vice President 4: Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Assistant Leader 4 ; Orchestra 2, 3 ; Band 
3; Journalism 3, 4: Assembly Play 3; Music 
Appreciation 1; Art 1, 3, 4; "The Whole 
Town's Talking" 4. 



Edward plays a mean saxophone, and his deep hass voice enables him to successfully 
imitate gypsy kings and the like. He has been senior president during the second 
semester. 

Elizabeth Scott tops us all in height. She is a good all around student. Her 
special interests have been journalism and Leaders' Club. Betty's infectious 
giggle keeps us all in good humor. She is a line pianist, and interested in any- 
thing artistic. 



Seventeen 







The Class of 1931 




Fourth Row: Humphrey, Post, Laufer, Colburn, Hanslik, Masters. 

Third Row : Vail, Petric, Shea, Cole, Cie Chanski, Bohn, Sintic. 

Second Row: Walton, Latshaw, Dickson, Bovard, Daus, Kovarik, Miller, Alber, Black. 

First Row : Johns, Ressler, Gibbs, Phypers, Vernick, Twiss, Vinciquerra. Knuth, Buckner, 
Deiner. 

Absent : Korcncic, Schrock, Wadsworth, Bradley. 



OFFICERS 

Marjorie Kovarik President 

Job n Shea / 'ice President 

Rut it Phypers Secretary 

Ruth Walton Treasurer 



Figbteeti 



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"There's nothing like u ship at sea with nil her sails full spread." 

iGll Tide! Junior year is such a delightfully busy time. As we look back- 
over the days we wonder how we ever got so much done. 

First, there were five of us on the Buzzer Staff: Norman Bradley, 
editor-in-chief; Marjorie Kovarik, news editor; Ruth Phypers, literary; Jane 
(iilibs, sports; and Ruth Walton, humor. 

Then five boys made varsity football and two were regular substitutes; two 
boys and four girls were on basketball varsity. 

Six were chosen to carry leading parts in the operetta, "Pickles" — Ruth 
Phvpers, Jack Cole. Robert Vail, Anton Sintic, Carl hauler, and Lawrence Wads- 
worth. 

Carl Laufer and Ruth Phypers were made members oi the National Honor 
Society 

"Second Childhood," our class play, with its infectious humor and excellent 
acting came in February, our class party in April, and our assembly play "The 
Lie That Jack Built" in May. 

Then in between times there have been gym exhibit, leaders' club, baseball. 
track, council, long papers, notebooks, — and now we are looking forward to the 
junior Prom. 



Sponsor 
Hiclen Hester Hing 




Nineteen 







The Class of 193: 




Fourth Row : Duber, Clulee, Petkovsek, Pennington, Loop, Rogers, Scott, Simmons. 

Third Row: Harnish, Kupcinskas, Lampe, Sigler, Kinstler, Ray, Doerner, Shotsinger. 

Second Row: Miller, Van Der Schaaf, Lange, Krihwan, Brundic, Yost, J. Fisher, Pograis, 
Strandt. 

First Row: Bradley, Lebar, Berg, L. Fisher, Hammel, Kline, McCandless, Harmon, Brewer, 
Caito. 

Absent: Erickson, Kapudjia, Skeya, Hoffart. 



OFFICERS 

Thomas Kline President 

Jack Fisher - / 'ice ['resident 

Ford Ray - Secretary 

Ethel Simmons Treasurer 



T unity 



e Two Years Before the Mast 



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" — lofty slender must 
Willi bright sails filled and lifted gloriously." 

wo years have made seasoned sailors cut of the members of the Class of 
1933 — sailors who perhaps lock with eyes of rcorn upon the landlubbers 
who have scarcely trained their sealers vet. 



This, our second year, has been a pleasant one. The first event of 
the year, following election of officer., was a party given by our newly-elected 
president, Thomas Kline, at his home. Next came our assembly play "Bargain 
Day" with its many sobs and much wailing on the part of the actors, presented 
amid much laughter on the part of the audience. "The Snowball" was the dance 
given by the class to all the high school. Snowmen and snow-dripped spruce 
boughs formed the decorations, and noisy toys supplemented the orchestra. Several 
girls were on the basketball team, the boys entered all the sports, and one of the 
girls was in the cast of "Pickles." 

Although several of our group from last year did not enroll last fall, we 
have had very few withdrawals during the year, so unless fatalities occur between 
now and June, we'll have a jolly hand of sailors all ready for another voyage 
on the old ship. 



Sponsor 
Evelvia Meyer Baeckler 




Twenty-one 







The Class of 1933 




Fifth Row: Musgrave, Shea, Kovacic, (iombach, Miller, Martens, Downing, Hellstrom, 
Avery, Sajovic, Debevec, Petric, Hannaford. 

Fourth Row: Oltmanns, Korbett, Worm, Ferguson, Seefried, Whitney, Kline, Hall, Cie 
Chanski, Vlach, Miller, Pontoni, Musser. 

Third Row: Petti, Vernick, Geiger, Hnltz, Deppen, Williams, Sirk, Belz, Pollitt, Mackey, 
Shenk, Di Vittorio. 

Second Row : Walton, Seitz, Humphrey. Stuselc, Pluth, Beck, R. Leitch, E. Leitch, Plage- 
man, Marvar, Fancourt, Black, Hein, (Siles, Matheis, Alber. 

First Row: Williams, Strah, Gorman, Ulogar, Kerzic, ReifT, Wanstall, Orazen, Kadune, 
Crouse, Schmiedt. 

Absent: Alber, Roller, Moeller, Stone, Svet. I. Wolkens, F. Petti, M, Wolkens. 



OFFICERS 

George Hall ...President 

Wendell Carter Vice President 

William Pettt Secretary 

Margaret Seitz Treasurer 



Twenty-two 



"Maiden Voyage 9 ' 

'Whither, splendid ship, thy white sails crowding?" 




, the sailor's life is the life for me" is the opinion already held by every 
freshman lad and lassie after one brief year on the scholastic sea. 

We were as green as any other land-lubbers, we suppose, but after 
we had come late to several classes and interpreted our schedules every 
way but the right way. we lowered ourselves enough to a k advice from the upper- 
classmen. 

The boys were in due time initiated and made quite a spectacle, rushing along 
the halls with one shoe oil and one shoe on, and oftentimes even minus a belt. 

We are, however, coming along famously under the watchful eye of Miss 
Forbes and the efficient work of our officers. We have already proved that we 
possess a little dramatic talent by twice presenting "Uncle Dick's Secret;" some 
of us must possess that art of salesmanship and of cooking for we made quite a 
large profit on our candy-booth at the carnival; and both the boys and the girls 
have shown themselves interested in art, music, athletics, and other activities of 
the school. 

A wonderful May night and a good orchestra made our party an interesting 
one, and now we are looking forward to the final reports which shall mean that 
our maiden voyage is at an end. 



Sponsor 
Blanche M. Forbes 




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Class of 1934 * January Section 




Second Row: Plantz, Deck, Shanks, Bucknot, Smith, Drempatic, Turpeloc. 
First Row: Burkhardt, Kovacic, Hulsiran, Scott, Pennington, Rinzler. Davis. 



"Jwst Out of Port' 



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UR little ship set sail in January and lias found smooth sailing' so far. 

For years we have looked forward to being in the upstairs-rooms which 

had always looked so interesting to us as we passed by on our way to 

and from the library. 

Now that we have been here a few weeks, we begin to feel that we belong, 

and are looking forward to next tall when we shall have an organization and he 

in things. 



Twenty -jour 




'The Discovery" 

J AM I. STOW X CoI.OXY 



Twenty-five 




Student Council 




Second Row: Beck, Hall, Kline, Carter. 

First Row: Fonts, Walton, E. Kovarik, Coltrin, M. Kovarik. 

Absent: Bradley, Scott, Caito, T. Kline. 




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1 he second year of the Student Council has been passed with great success 
under the sponsorship of Mr. Sharrock and Miss Ihtrgess, and the presi- 
dency of Ernest Kovarik. With the graduation of the president in 
February the duties were taken over by the vice president, Ruth Walton, 
Edward Coltrin continued as secretary. 

The year's greatest accomplishment was that of choosing a standard ring 
seal to be used by the three future graduation classes of Central. A tug-of- 
over Euclid Creek each fall by the Freshmen and Sophomore classes was 
decided upon. 

Each year seems to bring a large field for activity, and next year should 
y even better results. 



MEMBERS 

Junior High: Roy Beck, Richard Kline, Ralph Carter, Sybil Scott. 

Senior High: Ernest Kovarik, Edward Coltrin, Vincent Caito, Rosalind Fouts, Norman 
Bradlev, Ruth Walton, Edward Scheuring, Thomas Kline. 



Twenty-sh 



National Honor Society 



Est; 




1924 




i lie National Honor Society requires four main qualities in its members. 
These four qualities are leadership, character, service and scholarship. 
Leadership means taking the lead in actixitie. and affairs of the school, 
■carrying through to a Micce sfnl conclusion. Character means having 
those characteristics that make a real man or woman. Service means being de- 
pendable and willing to assume responsibility, hast but not least is scholarship, 
which means being in the upper third of the class. 

Since its organization in our school in 1 ( '24, twenty students have been 
chosen as members. They are : 



1924 William Hetrick 
Carl Schroeder 

1925 Grace Pinney 

Concetta Panellucci 

1926 Cleotha Cook 
Theodora Deringer 
Paul Kurtz 

1927 Alberta Laufer 
Easter Sanger 



1928 Ruth Davis 
Helen Gibbs 
Henry Koll 
Henry Powers 
Neil Schroeder 

1929 William Frederick Hall 
Dorothy Hattendorf 
Ernest Kovarik 

1930 Kenneth Green 
Carl Laufer 
Ruth Phypers 



Sponsor 

Agnes M. Burgess 




Twenty-seven 




Girls' Glee Club 



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Fourth Row : Beck, Deppin, Seitz, Hnltz, Pollitt, Humphrey, Belz, Giles, Strendt, Leitch, 
Leitch, Plageman, Stusek. 

Third Row: Caito, Masters, M. Walton, Clulee, Brewer, Rogers, Loop, Lange, Vander- 
shaff, Pograis, Hein, Matheis, Marvar. 

Second Row: Knuth, Gibbs, Ressler, M. Scott, Harmon, Daus, Phypers, Deiner, 
Vinciquerra, Twiss, Shotsinger, A. Lelar. 

First Row : John, R. Walton, E. Scott, Lewandoski, Needier, Pownell, Fonts, Kupfer, 
Simmons, M. Lebar, Miller, Latshaw, Dickson. 



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ver fifty girls have been in the club this year, no tryouts having been held 
as heretofore. Five public appearances have been made besides the 
operetta and the January and June commencements: two assembly pro- 
gram|f, two Kiwanis programs, and the annual Chirstmas Carol service. 

Miss Bevington has been our director. Her enthusiasm and her ambitions 
for us have made us want to work. 

Good foundations have been laid for more intensive work next year. 



Twenty-eight 



Boys 9 Glee Climb 




Third Row: Bradley, Wanstall, Masters, Humphrey, Selimiedt, Martens. Mackey, W. 
Petti, Di Dittorio, Gombach, Yost, Fisher. 

Second Row: Sintic, Brundic, Vail, Wadsworth, Cole, E. Petti, Cie Chanski, Hanslik. 
Bohn, B. McCandless, Korencic. 

Third Row: W. McCandless, Laufer, Clasen, Green, Caito, Scheuring, Billhimer, Kovarik, 
Coltrin. 




HE Boys' Glee Club, under the direction of Miss Bevington. did double 
duty this year by singing for both the January and June commencements. 
Their numbers for assemblies — particularly their tine Armistice Dav 
program — were enjoyed by everyone. The boys were well represented in 
the cast for "Pickles." Miss Bevington is emphasizing tone qualities and clear- 
ness this year. 



Twenty-nine 








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LOUISA -CADTKIKSK 

Thirty 



66 Piekles" or 66 Ie Old Vienna" 

A MUSICAL COMEDY 

APRIL 1 1. 1930 

Hans Maier, Proprietor of the Inn Lawrence Wad iworth 

Louisa, a l\ 'aitrcss Marjorie Scott 

Captain Kinski, Chief Detective Robert Vail 

Rumski, Kinski's Faithful Sleuth.. Edward Petti 

■ Bumski, Kinski'.: Faithful Sleuth Anton Sintic 

J. Jennison Jones, Advertising Expert Jack Cole 

Jigo, a Hungarian Gypsy Edward Scheuring 

Ilona, (7 Gypsy Girl Ruth Phypers 

Arthur Crefont, an . bnerican . Irtist Carl Laufer 

June Pennington, an American Heiress Mae Pograis 

Jonas H. Pennington, Proprietor of 

"Peter Piper Pickles". Stewart I U >hn 

Lady Vivian Delancey, a Charming English Widoiu.Re.tty Clulee 

Waiters. Morley, Mackey, Chandler, Humphrey 

Viennese Maidens, Burghers, Tourist Girls, Tourist Men, Gypsy Girls, Car- 
nival Children, Fairies. 

Gypsy Dancer : Annie Lebar 
Gypsy Violinist: Joseph Gomhach 

General Director 
Lor. a Laveene Bevington 

Music Piece tor 

TOHN F. BliCK 



Thirh 







Orchestra 



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Standing: Bradley, Laufer, VV. McCandless, Milk 
Green, Scheuring, Miss Houston. 



Mr. Beck, 



;iff. K. Lebar, Coltrin, 



Seated: Lewandoski, Combach, B. McCandless, Miss Chandler, Hammel, B. Lebar, Bill- 
heimer, Kline, Kovacic, Kovarik. 




ithout doubt this has been a banner year for Euclid Central's orchestra. 
From all directions have come only words of praise for its members 
and its director. Mr. Heck, who has just finished his first year as our 
director of music. Especial credit should be given also to Miss Houston 
and Miss Chandler, whose steady interest and excellent talent have been invaluable. 
'I"he only note of regret is that eight of the present group are seniors, and 
that there will he a vacant spot next year. Their place will be taken, however, 
by the splendid group of recruits who have heen in training all year under Miss 
Bevinsrton, instrumental instructor. 



/ 'iolins 

Miss Chandler 
Joe Gombach 
Wanda Lewandoski 
Bruce McCandless 

Clarinets 
Alfred Pray 
Ernest Kovarik 
Anton Kovacic 
Thomas Kline 

/ hums 

Howard Reiff 



PERSONNEL 

Trumpets 
Wayne McCandless 
Carl Laufer 
Clifford Miller 

Saxophones 

Edward Coltrin 
Kenneth Green 
Edward Scheuring 

Trombone 

Miss Houston 

Flute 
Katherine Lebar 



Piano 

Betty Lebar 

Mellophones 
Kthel Simmons 
June Bradley 

7 it ha 

Robert Hammel 

S indent Leaders 
Ernest Kovarik 
Joseph Gombach 



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Band 




Third Row: Hammel, R. Kline, Green, Scheuring, Coltrin, Houston. 
Second Row: Miller, W. McCandless, Laufer, Simmons, Bradley. 
First Row : Kovacic, T. Kline, Johns, Kovarik, ReifT, B. Candless, Lebar. 




"^ here are now eighteen regular members in the band, one of the most 

colorful organizations in the school. Five members are new this year: 

Margaret Pennington, Robert Hammel, Bruce McCandless, Clifford Miller 

and Katherine Lebar. 

Fall and spring are the times when the band is most useful. All the school 

songs are now a part of the band's repertoire, and the football games are twice as 

interesting with music to aid the cheering. 

The chief spring event is the appearance of the combined bands on Decoration 
Dav, an event to which the whole Community looks forward. 



Comets 

Clifford Miller 
Carl Laufer 
Wayne McCandless 

Tuba 
Robert Hammel 

Cymbals 
Bruce McCandless 



PERSONNEL 

Saxophones 
Margaret Pennington 
Edward Scheuring 
Edward Coltrin 
Kenneth Green 
Richard Kline 

Trombone 
Miss Houston 



Flute 

Katherine Lebar 

Clarinets 
Thomas Kline 
Ernest Kovarik 
Anton Kovacic 
Alfred Pray 

Drums 

Howard Reiff 
Mary Alice Johns 



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Leaders 9 Club 




Third Row: Buckner, Kovarik, Dickson, Daus, Black, Twiss, Vinciquena. 

Second Row: Knuth, Vernick, Deiner, Walton, Miller, Ressler, Phypers, Gibbs. 

First Row: B. Lebar, M. Lcbar, Wedder. Pownell, Scott, Fout, Yahraus, Simmons. 




he Leaders' Club was organized to create more interest in the gym classes 
and to uphold good citizenship. Its present membership is twenty-six. 
Seniors and Juniors are eligible. Before a member is admitted, her quali- 
fications are discussed, and a majority vote is necessary to elect. 

Informal social gatherings, initiations, and hikes are planned. The entertain- 
ing of the Leaders' Club of our sister school, Shore, was the largest undertaking 
of the year. 

This year's officers were : 

Elizabeth Scott President 

Betty Lebar / 'ice President 

Mary Lebar Secretary-Treasurer 



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Second Childhood 9 ' 

A FARCE 
Presented by the Junior Class 

FEBRUARY 7, 1930 

Under the direction of 
Miss Blanche Forbes 

The Cast 

Professor Frederick Relyea John Shea 

Mrs. Welsmiller "Auntie." His Sister Ann Doerner 

Svlvis Relyea, His Daughter Violet Ressler 

Philip Stanton, His Assistant - -- Carl Laufer 

General Henry Burbeck Chandler Humphrey 

Marcella Burbeck, His Daughter-in-law Ruth Phypers 

Mrs. Vivvert, a Neighbor Marjorie Kovarik 

Lucille Norton, a Neighbor ..- Doris Black 

Judge Sanderson Anton Sintic 

Sheriff Johnson - -Floyd Hanslik 

Deputy Sheriff Stoker Joe Korencic 

Scene: Doctor Relyea's home. Coshocton. Indiana. 

Act I Eleven o'clock in the morning. 
Act 11 < >ne o'clock that afternoon. 
Act III Eight o'clock that evening. 

Stage Managers 
Fred Kixstlek Edward Coltrin 

Property Manager 
Floyd Hansi.i k 



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Thirty-six 







"The Whole Town's Talking 9 ' 

A FARCE 
Presented by the Senior Class 

MAY 23. 1930 

Under the direction of 
Miss Grace Shafer 

The Cast 

Henry Simmons, a Manufacturer Bruce Allen 

Harriet Simmons, His Wife Marion Miller 

Ethel Simmons, His Daughter Ruth Walton 

Chester Binney, Simmons' Partner Stewart Bohn 

Letty Lythe, a Motion Picture Star Rosalind Fonts 

Donald Swift, A Motion Picture Director Edward Scheuring 

Roger Shields, a Young Chicago Blood Alfred Pray 

Lila Wilson, Friend of Ethel Betty Wedler 

Sally Otis, Friend of Ethel Ova Latshaw 

Annie, a Maid Elizabeth Scott 

Sadie Bloom Mary Lebar 

Taxi Driver Wayne McCandless 

Mrs. Jackson Treva Pownell 

Scene : Simmons' home, Sandusky, Ohio 

Act I. 

Eleven o'clock in the morning" 

Act II. 

One week later, Ten o'clock in the morning" 

Act III. 

Nine o'clock that evening 

Edward Coltrin Stage Manager 

Wayne McCandless Property Manager 



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"The Buzzer 99 

even issues of the ••Buzzer" besides the yearbook have been published 
this y ear— Gipsy. Pioneer. Yuletide, Pirate. Aviation. Springtime and 
Senior numbers. 
The following staff has been in charge: editor. Norman Bradley; literary. 
Ruth Phypers; news. Marjorie Kovarik ; sports, Bruce Allen, feature. Ruth 
Walton; art. Jane Gibbs ; business, Violet Ressler; circulation, Wanda Lewando- 
ski; stencils. Betty Lebar. 

Elizabeth Scott has been editor of the Annual. Wanda Lewandoski business 
manager and Bruce Allen artist. 

Several new features are found in the book. First of all, the staff hopes 
you like the cover well enough to feel it was worth the extra money you paid, 
then, you surely like the heading that is found on each page and the extra 
pictures. All in' all the Staff is quite proud of its "Ship Number". 




Sponsor 
Dorothy Leamon Siegling 



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Faculty Manager of Athletic 
Richard R. Keay 



iNational Athletic SclaolairsMp Society 

hree requirements are necessary to be chosen a member of the National 
Athletic Scholarship Society of Secondary Schools : first, a letter in a 
major sport or two letters in minor sports ; second, an average in school 
work for three consecutive semesters equal to or greater than the general 
average of the school ; and third, the highest type of citizenship and sportsman- 
ship. 

The following boys have been elected to membership: 




CLASS OF 1929 



William Fowler Hall 
William Frederick Hall 
Richard Koss 



Leonard Sadosky 
Elmer Springer 
Bingham Zellmer 



Warren Zellmer 



CLASS OF 1930 



Vincent Caito 
Ernest Kovarik 



Charles Kulwin 
Norman Carter 



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"Mwsewmwls 



Athletic Coach 
Alfred W. Rader 





The Athletic Association 

very year some one must see to it that money is available for athletic 
expenses, that tickets are sold, that posters are made, and the student 
body in general kept interested and informed of sports activity. Much 
of this is routine work requiring steady dependable people. 

The officers of the Athletic Association this year have been : 

Edward Coltrin President 

Ruth Walton Advertising Manager 

Ruth Phypers Secretary 

Rosalind Fouts Treasurer 



Sports Representatives 

Vincent Caito Rosalind Fouts 

Jack Shea 



Adviser — A. W. Rader 



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Football 




fter having produced three chompionship teams in a row, and ^raduatin,^ 
almost an entire team, Central was not expected to do much in football 
I'll this season. Coach Rader has a way oi producing surprises however, 
and turned out a team which scored more points than its opponents. Sev- 
eral men who held down permanent berths throughout the season were playing 
their hrst year of football, and proved to he real finds. 

The outlook for next year is bright. In spite of the loss of four men, 
Captain Caito, Clasen, Erickson, Kovarik. Kulvvin, good material is left and the 
freshman team showed up well. Jack Shea is the 1930 Captain. 



THE TEAM 

Leonard Erickson Left End 

Jack Cole ...Left Tackle 

Howard Clasen Left Guard 

Anton Sintic Center 

Ernest Kovarik Right Guard 

Fred Kinstler Right Tackle 

Charles Kulwin ..Right End 

Vincent Caito (C.) Quarterback 

Joe Korencic Right Half 

Jack Shea ._ _ Left Half 

Floyd Hanslik Fidlback 

Substitutes — Howard Dennis, Leonard Cie Chanski, Robert Vail, Carl Laufer 
Edward Petti, Ford Ray, Jacob Yost, Adolph Petric. 



THE SCHEDULE 



October 4 
October 1 8 
October 25 
November 1 
November 8 
November 15 



Euclid 12 

Euclid 20 

Euclid. ...13 
Euclid... 

Euclid .. 
Euclid 13 



Bedford .13 There 

Brush 6 There 

Shore 13 Here 

Shaker 12 There 

.Marshall . 7 Here 

John [lav ... (> There 



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57 



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Third Row: Kovarik, Cie Chanski, Cole, Kulwin. 

Second Row: Brundic (manager), Coach Rader, Humphrey (manager). 

First Row: Shea, Caito, Hanslik, Laufer. 



ach Rader' s combination was just reaching its stride when Caito, Kulwin 
and Kovarik finished their school careers. The floor-captain system was- 
gjjjp^fj tried out this year, a different man being chosen for each game. At the 
end of the season Norman Carter, a fine player all season, was the 
unanimous choice for honorary captain. 

The second team had a good season and prospects for next year are bright. 



THE TEAMS 



First Team 



Second Team 



Floyd Hanslik Right Forward Stewart Bohn 

Norman Carter Left Forzvard Edward Petti 

Charles Kulwin Center Leonard Cie Chanski 

Jack Shea - Right Guard Lawrence Wadsworth 

Vincent Caito Left Guard Arthur Irwin 

Carl Laufer Left Guard Ernest Kovarik 



The Schedule 



Round I 


December 13 


Euclid 


12 


Brush 


34 


There 




20 


Euclid 


23 


Maple 


37 


Here 




January 10 


Eucild 


15 


Shaker 


28 


There 




17 


Euclid 


22 


Shore 


32 


Here 




24 


Euclid 


36 


Bedford 


34 


Here 


Round II 


January 31 


Fuclid 


21 


Bedford 


28 


There 




February 7 


Euclid........ 


20 


Shore 


19 


There 




14 


Euclid 


9 


Shaker 


35 


Here 




21 


Euclid 


26 


Maple 


35 


There 




28 


Euclid 


12 


Brush 


34 


Here 



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Girls 9 Basketball 




Fourth Row: Caito, Pollitt, M. Lebar, Miss Johnson, Kovarik, Miller. 
Third Row: Rogers (manager), Deiner, Ressler, Scott, Harmon, M. Walton. 
Second Row : B. Lebar, Vernick, Daus, Kupfer, R. Walton. 
First Row: Bradley, Fonts (captain). Berg, Phypers. 




n spite of a rather poor showing the girls' basketball season may be 
considered a good one. Steady interest maintained to the end, and an 
excellent spirit of optimism and good sportsmanship prevailed. Not a 
little of this fine spirit was due to the popular little captain and splendid 
player, "Posy" Fouts and to Miss Johnson, who proved to have every quality of 
an ideal coach. Mary Clare Rogers made a good manager. 

The sunnv spot of the year was the victory over River, who have trampled 
us so often. Ruth Phypers was the unanimous choice for next year's captain. 



THE TEAM 

Forwards: Ruth Walton, Helen Berg, Jean Kupfer, Ruth Daus. 

'juards: Rosalind Fouts, Ruth Phypers, Margaret Vernick, June Bradley, Violet 



The Schedule 



December 13 Euclid 8 

December 20 Euclid 18 

January 17 Euclid 32 

January 24 Open 

January 31 Kuclid 

February 7 Euclid 14 

February 14 Euclid 13 

February 21 Euclid 16 

February 28 Euclid 27 



Brush ...18 There 

Maple . ...34 Here 

Shore 39 Hero 

River There 

Shore 44 There 

Shore 32 There 

Maple .44 There 

Brush 20 Here 



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Baseball 




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THE TEAM 

Jack Shea First Base 

Lenard Sadosky..S econd Base 

Joe Sintic Third Base 

Norman Carter Shortstop 

Walter Massakatto Catcher 

Richard Koss Pitcher 

Vincent Caito Left Field 

Floyd Hanslik..._C 'enter Field 
Carl Laufef Right Field 



Extras — Tack Cole, John Widmer, Robert Vail, Lawrence Wadswi 



THE SCHEDULE 



April 


19 


Euclid 


8 


Shore 


5 


There 


\pril 


26 


Euclid 


8 


Brush 


4 


Here 


May 


9 


Euclid 


3 


Bedford 


7 


Here 


May 


9 


Euclid 


16 


Brush 


4 


There 


May 


17 


Euclid 


7 


Shore 


4 


Here 


May 


22 


Euclid 


15 


Bedford 


3 


There 



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27 



Euclid 6 



Championship Game 
Bedford 5 at University School Field 



Track 




small school like Euclid does well to maintain both track and baseball. 

Yet both flourish, although more time is needed for track practice. Jack 

Shea and Howard Clasen were the outstanding stars last spring. Jack 

won second place in both the century and the two-twenty at the Shaker 

meet, and third in the two-twenty at S. Lakewood. Howard placed second in the 

pole-vault at Shaker, and first at Lakewood with a record of 10 feet 6 inches. The 

outlook for 1930 is good, as both of these men will return. 



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// 'pestling Coach 
Clarence Swackha m er 




Wrestling 

lti-iough wrestling is not a letter sport at Euclid Central and is but two 

years old. a number of fellows bave found it worth while. Under Mr. 

^p^; Swackhamer's coaching and direction, meets were arranged with six 

different schools, in addition to a triangular' tournament at Shore and 

the all-city tournament. Joe Gomliach was high point man with 29 points to his 

credit. Other rankings were as follows: C. Shea 27, A. Sintic 21. J. Yost 18, C. 

Humphrey 10, V. Whitney 8, J. Korencic 9, and A. Kovacic 5. 

The following schedule was met : Euclid 10, Shaker 35 ; Euclid 5, University 
25; Euclid 25, John Hay 9; Euclid 6, John Marshall 13; Euclid 10. Shore 5; 
Euclid 9, Parma IK; Fuclid 8. Shore 18. Total: Euclid 73, Opponents 123. 



InteivMural Basketball 

Interest in inter-mural basketball was high this year, the Juniors finally 
emerging victorious. The final standing was as follows: 

1. Juniors 

2. Freshmen. A 

3. Seniors 

4. Sophomores, A 

5. Sophomores, B 
C). Freshmen, B 



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School Calendar 



September 
October 

November 



December. 



January 



February 



March 



April 



May 



10. 

4. 

18. 

24. 



9. 
11. 
22. 

25. 

6. 

13. 

14. 

18. 
19. 

_'(). 

28. 
10, 
11. 
17. 

23. 
24. 



7. 
14. 
15. 
21. 
28. 

7. 
10. 



11. 



14. 



17. 
24. 



June 
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Registration. 

First real day of .school. Freshies get lost. 

Euclid bows to Bedford 13-12. Buzzer Day in assembly. 

Euclid defeats Brush 20-6. (dee Club Girls' Program. 

Shore vs. Euclid. Tie 13-13. Shore gets cup for first half of year. 

Shaker defeats Euclid 12-10. 

Boys' (dee Club gives Armistic Day Program. Euclid loses to 

Marshall 28-0. 

Senior Class Party. Great success. 

Armistice Day program by Boys' (dec Club. 

First Assembly Play — Freshman "Uncle Dick's Secret." 

Senior rings arrive — Lessons take second place. 

"Bargain Day," Sophomore Assembly Play. 

First Basketball Game. Brush 34 — Euclid 12. 

Sophomore Snowball party. 

Glee Clubs entertain Kiwanis Club — Christmas Carols. 

Leaders' Club Christmas Party. 

Girls' Glee Club Annual Christmas Carols — Assembly Christmas Play 

"Three Who Stole at Christmas Time." Maple Heights at Euclid. 

Alumni and Varsity game. 

Shaker defeats Euclid 28-15. 

Football Banquet. 

Pictures taken for Annual. Girl's Gym Exhibition. Shore stops 

Euclid 32-22. 

First Mid-Year Graduation. 

"Trvsting Place" Senior Assembly Play. Bedford loses to Euclid 

36-34. 

Euclid loses to Bedford 38-21. Joe Gombach and Anton Jagodink 
play for us. 

Buzzer Benefit Dance. 

Euclid trounces Shore 20-19. 

Shaker stops Euclid 35-9. 

Junior Class play "Second Childhood." 

Maple Heights defeats Euclid 35-2. 

Brush at Euclid. 

Annual Journalism Convention. Freshman debate. 

Girls' Volley Ball tournament. 

Mr. Metts of Shore talks. 

Athletic Association Carnival. Whoopee! 

Operetta "Pickles." Carl Canter and Ruth Phypers initiated into 

Honor Society. 

Try out for Senior Play. 

Seniors take test at John Hay. 

Juniors surprise Mrs. Baeckler with a flower shower, 

Heart-breaker baseball game lost to Brush in seventh. 

Rev. Walker talks on "Foul Balls." 

Scholarship team goes to Kent. Everyone makes a place. Shore 

receives sound drubbing 9-0. 

Latin classes present play honoring Virgil. 

Junior-Senior Prom, 

Commencement. 



Oiur Flower Garden 

It is a true but little known fact that Euclid Central has a flower garden in 
which many varieties of flowers bloom all the year round. 

The California Poppy (Alfred Pray) is easily recognized. Bachelor Buttons 
(Mr. Sharrock, Mr. Turnbull, Mr. Swackhamer) are always to be seen, and 
fragrant Sweet William (Bill Petti) sweetens its corner of the garden. 

Florists all over the country marvel at the way so many kinds of flowers bloom 
in the same garden all the year through. Modest Violets (Betty Knuth, Margaret ) 
in a plot next to a very strange specimen, the Lazy Daisy (Lawrence Wadsworth ) . 
Then there are the hardy plants of Bouncing Bet (Mary Alice Johns) and the 
Dandelion (Norman Bradley) which grow so fast they almost crowd the Pansies 
(Ruth Phypers, Anna Vinciquerra, Wanda Lewandoski ) . The Black-eyed Susans 
(Betty Wedler, Betty and Annie Lebar) are a contrast to their neighbors, the 
Golden Glow (Marilla Harmon, Jane Plageman). Bordering the paths are little 
Forget-Me-Nots (Doris and Ethel Simmons). In former years Bridal Wreath 
has bloomed beautifully, but this year it doe n't have a bud. 

Clumps of Babies Breath ( Helene Davis, June Bradley) surround the stiff 
Everlastings (Bill Martens, Ed Coltrin). Nearby Johnny-Jump-Up (Itchy Caito ) 
and the Dairies (Ruth Walton. Marjorie Kovarik ) help to make the garden more 
beautiful. Daffodils (Doris Black. Betty Clulee, Royden Wanstall) brighten things 
up while the Hollyhocks ( Ruth Dans, Elizabeth Scott) form a background for all. 

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How It Happened 



Dozen in Sleepy Valley in front of A Cottage For Sale I saw True Blue Lou 
looking Blue As Night so I asked her what was wrong. 

"I'm Reminisciri ." she said. "] broke up with That Man from the South. 
I'm Nobody's Sweetheart Now and Am I Blue? Yesterday 1 heard he married 
Honeysuckle Rose so I sent my Congratulations, and I'll keep Painting the Clouds 
with Sunshine." 

"Keep Your Sunny Side l r p," I said, "and Someday the Real Thin// Will 
Come Along; then you'll start Makiri Whoopee." 

And when I suggested that we go see The Love Parade, she said, "I May Be 
Wrong But I Think You're Wonderful and from now on I'm Followin' You." 



BIG DEBATE 

CONTINUED INDEFINITELY 

ROOM 12 

Mrs. Siegling versus Riveting Machine 
and Cement Mixer. 

R. M. and C. M. lead in volume. Rumor 
has it that Mrs. Siegling will triumph in 
the end. 



SITUATION WANTED 
FLOOR WALKER 

Have Had Long Experience. 
Mr. R. B. Sharrock 



YE SCHOOLE GOSSIPE 

The other day 
As I was walking 
Down the hall 
I saw a couple 
strolling past. 
They had no eyes 
for you or me, 
lint looked as if 
they loved to live 
and lived to love. 
And I went out 
and sniffed the air, 
and it was fine. 
And then I knew 
It must lie spring. 
I thank you. 



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Assembly Program 

Given April 32, 1930 

The Eighteen Day Diei Mr. Franks 

"Pickles" Made a Gypsy Out of Me. Ruth Phypers 

How to Give a Girl a Valentine Norman Bradley 

"l'lane and Solid" Cooking Mrs. Baeckler 

Solo — Forty-nine Cups Hanging on the Wall.. Mr. Racier 

Star Gazing .Miss Burgess 

The Thrill of a Packard Mrs. Siegling 

Hair Tonics I Have Used Mr. Ferrell 

The Female of the Species.... Mr. Fordyce 

NOON 

There's a clatter and rush as the noon 
hell rings, 

And the patter of hurrying" feet; 
Up to Solon's and over to Bob's, 

But al! bound up the street. 

There's a laughing crowd that congregates, 

Just without Doc's door; 
And as oft as they run out of ice cream 
Ci mes 

They go in to return with more. 

Then down Chardon Road, along the walks, 

Worn hollow by school-boy feet: 

Back to school when the last bell rings, 

'To the carved and initialed seat. 



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( Hherwise known as 

"Four O'Clocks" 

Honorary Members : Jack Cole, Alfred 

Avery, Wendell Carter, William Martens. 



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J. R. Holcomb & Co. 



"Serving Yon Since 72" 

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Compliments 



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FULTON 



1518 St. Clair Avenue, N. E. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

MAin 3732 



and 
TAYLOR 



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EUCLID DAIRY 

PURE MILK 
and CREAM 



Evaos Flowers 

East Cleveland's Popular Shop 

14136 Euclid Avenue 
EDDY 8983 

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Compliments 
of 

THE 

ANCHOR 

POST FENCE 

CO. 



516 East 200th Street 

EUCLID, OHIO 

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Euclid Park Beauty Shop 

17811 Euclid Avenue 

All Brunches of Beauty Culture 
Grace Olin 

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ITS FRESHER AT FISHER'S 
at Wayside 

Bob Addison, Mgr. 



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Euclid Gift Shop 



21065 Euclid Ave. 



ART GOODS NOVELTIES 

BRIDGE PRIZES 

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Compliments of 

Dr. William F. Urankar 

DENTIST 

82 9 East 185th Street 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

La Salle Bldg. 



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"We are as near as the nearest phone" 

LA SALLE CLEANERS 
and DYERS 

(La Salle Theatre Building) 

82 5 East 18 5th Street 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



Roy Heaurin, Mgr. 



Ken. 3658 



EUCLID PARK GROCERY 

Fresh Fruits ana' Vegetables. 

WE DELIVER 

Call KEnmore 2940 

D Hibshman, Prop. 1780.4 Euclid Ave. 

L. KRESSE'S MARKETS 
QUALITY 

178(15 Euclid Avenue KEnmore 4190 

8402 Hough Avenue CEdar .?94.< 

Fresh Salt and Smoked Meats, Oysters 
and Fish in Season 

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FRED MECK 

Barber and Beauty Shop 

We challenge any wave at 
any price. A wave that defies 
nature. 



$5.50 — $8.00 — $10.00 



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NDTTINGHRdl HARDWARE GO. 

"THE COMMUNITY 
STORE" 

R. T. Burt 18708 Euclid Ave. 

KEnmore 0665 



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Compliments of 

R. and L. Hardware Co. 

R. Richter, Prop. 

17813 Euclid Avenue 
EUCLID, OHIO 

KEnmore 3167 



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1 Euclid-cnardoi) Shoe Store 

STAR BRAND SHOES 

and 

SHOE REPAIRING 



TURI BROTHERS 



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ST. CLAIR COAL 
& SUPPLY CO. 

Coal and Builders' Supplies 

203 00 St. Clair Avenue 
KEnmore 293 3 



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Theo. Yahraus 



BARBER SHOP 



21109 Euclid Avenue 



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Compliments of 

THE EUCLID VALLEY 
SAVINGS & LOAN CO. 

20975 Euclid Avenue 
EUCLID, OHIO 



H. A. Decker 
W. B. Hill 
A. A. Verbsky 
.1. R. Barber 
E. T. Kramer 
P. D. Caldwell 
1. B. Clark 
W. A. Franks 



A. C. Denison 

Carl Klenk 

S. C. Fulton 

E. L. Stray 

H. A. Sterkel 

T. L. Evans 

E. T. Hill 

P. F. Hattcndnrf 



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It's Fresher 



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FISHER'S 



George Connon, Mgr. 



Compliments of 

Geo. Hammel 

Meats, Poultry, Fish 

18711 St. Clair Ave. 
CLEVELAND OHIO 

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THE BROOKS COAL 
& SUPPLY CO. 

E. 2 00th St. and St. Clair Ave. 
Thru Subway 

KEnmore 105 0-1051-1052 

T. G. BROOKS, President 
HARRY U. SIMMERMACHER, Sec'y 

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Compliments of 

Frank A, Tlhooias 



Associates 

Civil Engineers (i> Surveyors 

EUCLID, OHIO 

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Compliments 



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The 
ARMINGTON 



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CLEVELAND 
TRENCHER 



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NOTTINGHAM 

DEPARTMENT 

STORE 

"SHOES and FURNISHINGS 
for ENTIRE FAMILY" 

185 11-13 St. Clair Ave. 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



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The 



MILLWOOD 



Manufacturin! 



Service 



Quality 



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CONFIDENCE^ 

In the success of this Graduating Class 

In the future development of Euclid 

In the continued patronage of our 
neighbor. 

leads us to take this opportunity of expressing our 
appreciation of the hearty cooperation given us by 
the citizens of Euclid for the past 30 years. It is our 
sincere wish that we may be privileged to further 
serve you and share the growth of your community. 



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GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALS 
COAL COKE - WOOD 

ra Road IE 0147 



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