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SHORE HIGH SHORT HITS 




"He makes much ado about nothing." 

RAYMOND SMITH 

President of Class oi 1924. 

Shoronian '22, '23, '24; secretary '23. 

Glee Club '23. '24; librarian '24. 

Associate Ed. Short High Short Hits '22, '23. 

Bus. Manager Short High Short Hits '24. 

Bus. Manager Short Breezes '24. 

Student Council '24. 

Varsity S Club. 

Basketball '22. '22,. '24. 

Football '2i, '24. 



Fourteen little seniors looking about. 

Ray talked too much; so he got kicked out. 




"With manner demur, and visage 

serene. 
She has them nil heal thai you have 
ever Men." 

LOUISA KURRLE 

Valedictorian 

Class Sec. '21. '22. '2.1. '24. 

Delphic. 

Pres. ot French Club '24. 

Sec. ot Social Problems Club '24. 



rhirteen little seniors beginning t<> talk; 
So I ouisa went for a nice long walk. 



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"She had a silver tongue and a golden 

//rain." 



RUBY LORDEN 

Salutatorian. 

Class Treasurer '24. 

Sec Student Council '24. 

Basketball '21, '22, '23. 

Shoronian '22, '23, '24; president '24.- 

Contest Winner '23, '24. 

Literary Editor Shore High Short II its '22. 



Twelve little seniors ; class had started; 
Ruby saw a tennis racquet and so she departed 




"Blushes may come and blushes may go, 
But red hair and freckles stay on forever." 



CAESAR STRASBOURGER 

Vice President of Class of 1924. 
Delphic '22, '23, '24; president '24. 
Bus. Manager Shore High Short Hits 
Managing Ed. Shore Breezes '24. 
Stage Manager '22, '23, '24. 
Movie Operator '23, 24. 
Chief Electrician '22, '23, '24. 
Kamera Klub '24. 

Chairman Visiting Committee of Social Prob- 
lems Club '24. 



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Eleven little seniors studying in a row ; 
Caesar had to leave to attend the radio. 



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'Sin i me to Irani, Inn stayed in havt 
I oo ' time." 



MARY ELIZABETH BRAXI i 

Basketball '21. '24. 
Athletic Co ttee '23. 

< I ib '21. '22. '23, '24; Leader '24. 
Shoronian '22. '23, 24. 
( Contest Winner '23, '24. 



Ten little seniors each with ;i class pin; 
Mary ran "IF 'cause sin- wants to get thin. 




— "For jour yi been his name; 

i kes brought him fame." 

1 SMITH 

Shoronian '22. '23, '24. 

Pres 'roblems Club 22. 

Pres. I S Club '23. 

Basketball '22. '23, 2-1. 

Football 



N'ine little seniors doing nothing at all ; 
Swipes left the gang so he could play ball. 



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"Her woman's wits comes in fits." 

ELEANOR GILL 

Delphic '22, '23, '24; See. and Treas. '24. 
Kamera Klub '24. 

Associate Ed. Shore High Short Hits '24. 
Basketball '22, '23, '24. 



Eight little seniors, in the twilight dim; 
Eleanor left for a nice little swim. 




■ — "As fair as a painted ship 
Upon a painted ocean." 



DOROTHY LOVEJOY 

Glee Club '21, '22, '23, '24. 
Basketball '21, '22, '23, '24. 
Athletic Com. '23 ; Manager '23 ; Captain '24. 
Shoronian '22, '23, '24; sec. '23. 
Contest Winner '24. 

Sport Ed. Shore High Short Hits '23: Ed. -in- 
Chief '22. 



Seven little seniors preparing to debate. 
Then Dot departed to keep her date. 



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/;;,/ said she didn't care." 

"She mocked 'em and shocked 'em 

MARION COLLINS 

Shoronian '22, '23, '24 ; treasurer '23. 

Basketball '22, '23, '24. 

Girls' Glee Club '21, '22, '23, '24. 

Sec. and Treas. Girls' Glee Club '24. 

Associate Editor Shori High Short Hits '24. 

Six little seniors :ill in a row ; 
Marion went for a w;ilk with her beau. 



"His Itlusli is sometimes inconvenient. 

CHARLES DOWD 

Shoronian '22, '23, '24. 
Social Problems Club '24. 
Athletic Committee '24. 



Four little seniors starting to write, 
Chick got up to see two dogs fi^ht. 



"She's a perfect little angel." 
Somi timt s i 

DOROTHY CLYMER 

Shoronian '24. 

Library Committee Social Problems Club '24. 

Five little seniors standing in line; 

Harold asks Doroth) to go with him to dine. 




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— "Harold Koons, our old friend Fat, 

Will soon hame to work. Just think of that!' 

HAROLD KOONS 

Class Treas. '21, '22, '23. 

Delphic '22, '23, '24. 

Kamera Klub '24. 

Radio Club '22, '23, '24; sec. '24. 

Soc. Problems Club '24. 

Three little seniors in a class room sat; 
Harold departed because he was fat. 




— "Bn/ when she laughs she laughs all 

over.'" 

CAROLINE KRAUSE 

Girls' Glee Club '21, '22, '23, '24. 

Boys' Glee Club '24. 

Orchestra '21, '22, '23, '24; leader "24; librar- 

ian _.i. 
Delphic '22, '23, '24. 
Delphic Vice-Pres. '24. 
Delphic Sec. and Treas. '23. 

Two little seniors ready to play; 
Caroline sat at the piano all that day. 



-Francis Cross is tall and handsome; 
Some girl liill surely hoi, I him for 
ransom." 

FRANCIS CROSS 

Football '22. '23. 
Shoronian '23, '24. 
Varsity S Club '23. 



One little senior standing all alone ; 
Francis runs away home; then there is none. 
No little seniors left to he taught. 
For they've reached the place they long have 
sought. 



8 SHORE UK. II SHORT HITS 

BEFORE AND AFTER 

I he class ot l ( '_!4 in history and in prophecj 

by Ruby Lorden and Mary Brazet 

Time — 1934. Airs. />'. — Oh, that isn't half as had as Dor- 
Character; — Mrs. Scandle and Mrs. Busybod) othj Lovejoy. She's taking Mrs. Beebe's place 
two former hoard members oi Euclid \ i 1 1 age passing our soup in the Shore lunch line. I )o\ 
Schools. always did like the high school boys. 

Scene — The home ot Mrs. Scandle; Mrs. Airs. S. — No, and Dorothj was the innocent 

Scandle is seated; Mrs. Busybody enters in a type. Remember the time that Marion. Ruin. 

flurry, a newspaper in hand. and Mary skipped school for a day. Dorothj 

Scene 1. was absent too, and ot course we all blamed her 

Mrs. Busybody — My dear, have you read the as being ring leader and rhe truth of it was the 

verj latest? Read it, read it, can you imagine dear girl was home ill. 

anything more impossible? Mrs. II. — ^ on remember Ned Smith, don't 

Mrs. Scandle {reading aloud) — Harold you? 
Koons, world famous athlete and I nited States Mrs. S. — Perfectly. Neil, the vegetarian ot 
entrant in Olympic games, wins Inst place in the class. Never did take in a banquet unless 
the one hundred yard dash and high jump. Well, he knew beforehand that the menu was to con- 
well! sist of pancakes and syrup. 

Mrs. B. B. — And they say the age of miracles Mrs. S. — The day before yesterdaj I ran 

i over! across him hut you could never guess where. 



Mrs. S. — He was a member ot the class 



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ot 1924, the very year we were on the school Mrs. S. — Out on the lake road under what 

hoard. I'll never forget that class. We all looked like a circus tent. 

heaved a sigh of relief when we were rid ot them. Mrs. />. — And what should he be doinjr.tbfrr ? 

Mrs. B. H. — Yes, we did. Have you forgotten Airs. S. — But it wasn't a circus. It was a 

the time that Harold rushed out ot the build- revival meeting oi the I nited Brotherlj Love 

ing for lunch, nearlj breaking his neck in order Methodists. And there was Ned Smith loudh 

to return to Dorothy as soon as possible. proclaiming a sermon on Balaam and his Ass. 

Mrs. S. — Yes, Dorothj Clymer! And 1 hear Vou know he has become quite famous for his 

that lie still runs alter her. It was onl\ hist interpretation ot the ten commandments. In his 

night that 1 saw them leaving the circus together. Outline of the Bible he has modernized the Old 

Airs. B. B- — The circus? Pestament Narratives from the beginning ot 

Mrs. S. — Wh\, \ es ; Dorotln is posing at the mankind to the present, 

circus as the fattest woman in the I nited States. Mrs. B. Oh, you don t say. Well, we should 

Mrs. />'. B. — I mph, she always was such a b< proud of him rather than ot that boastful 

skeleton. You went to the circus. I took in Rubj Lorden. She always claimed herselt to 

Ibsen's Ghosts last evening. Five dollars for somedaj be a Paderewski and do you know my 

one seat! I saw Caroline Krause plaj the great husband saw her in I he Ma\ Co. last week. 

tragedienne role onlj to be compared to the late He wasn'l sine whether she was clerking or a 

Bernhardt and Duse. mere check girl. 

Airs. S. — And Caroline was making such a Airs. S.— Just like that Mary B razee. She 

success as leader ot that harmonious school or- waved to me from Marshall Drug C'o.'s window 

chestra. "lis , ( shame she went in tor the tast where she was demonstrating Teabury's Chew- 
stage life. ing Gum that doesn't lose its flavor over night. 



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Airs. B. — You'd think her jaws would ache him to leave his classes at Harvard. 

but then she always was exercising her mouth Mrs. S. — You don't mean to tell me Charlotte 

to a great extent. Dowd is teaching at Harvard? 

Mrs. S. — I'll not forget that scandalous Alar- Mrs: B. — Why, yes, he has charge of the sci- 

ion Collins and her shameful carrying-ons with ence department there, and that's no more than 

Carl LaVoie and what do you know (bends over one would expect. Charlie Dowd was always 

and whispers) . the smartest student in physics. Don't you re- 

Mrs. B. — Threw her over? member the day he argued with Prof. Spangler 

Mrs. S. — That isn't all of it (ivhispering). So about how long it would take a feather to reach 

now she's the crankiest old maid in Euclid Vil- the earth il dropped from a ten story building. 

[age. You know how Marion used to kindle Mrs. S. — Yes, and Professor Spangler said it 

with wrath when anyone made too much of a would take 1,2 SO, 000 seconds while Charlie ar- 

dog or cat instead of giving that attention to a gued that it would take a 10, 000th fraction of a 

homeless child. second more, and of course Charlie was right. 

Mrs. B. 1 certain!} do. Mrs. B. — Well, you know Louisa couldn't be 

Mrs. $.— Well, they saj she has pink silk at the reunio " either " 

bassinettes for every one of her twelve cats and Mrs - S -~ Louisa Kurrle vvas the valedictorian 

a collar of gold for her parrot. ot the class ot |924 ' vvasn>t she? 

Mrs. B.— Dear, dear, to think that .Marion Mrs ' B ~^ vs ' she has become ;i - reat orator 

hould have come to that. now J ,H ' xt t0 l!r - van himseH rhcv sa - v - She is 

touring the country on her campaign for the 



snou 

Mrs. S. — (telephone rings ) Pardon me a mom- 
ent, (picking up receiver) Hello — who? — Oh, 
yes, Ray, how are you? — Fine, thank you — Oh, 
is that so? That would be lovely — No, you 
couldn't have Eleanor Gill — You know she's in 
New York just at present. Yes, they sa\ Flo 



Presidency. 1 heard her last week at the Busi- 
ness Women's Club and she gave a most excellent 
speech. Hut, really, I must go; it's getting so 
late. 

Mrs. S. — Oh, but 1 must tell you about Ceasar 
Strasbourger. ^ oil know Caesar. 



Zurgfeld is wild about her. He says lies never , , 

, , , , , r 1 i i Mrs. b. — On, yes, he was the movie man at 

had such a marvelouslv graceful toe dancer. 1 



read in the paper that she has insured her limbs 
for a million dollars — What did you say? — Yes, 
of course, that's right; she always did have the 
shapeliest legs on the basketball team — d'dn't she. 
(ine-ow) Acs, 1 hope you'll succeed, but I'm 
afraid you'll find it rather difficult — Yes, do drop 
in sometime, Ray; I'd love to have you; all right, 
Goodbye. (Hangs up receiver). Well, of 
course, you know who that was, Raymond Smith, 
the new mayor of Euclid Village. He's trying 
to get up an alumni party of his class. 

Mrs. B. — He'll make good as a mayor for they 
always have to talk like the deuce and Ray cer- 



Shore, wasn't he? Me certainly picked some 
punk pictures. 

Mrs. S. — Yes, didn't he? Well, he attained 
his great career anyhow . 

Mrs. B. — Has he become a second Steinmetz? 

Mrs. S. — Oh, no, why, surely you've seen him. 
He's the traffic cop at Ninth and Euclid. He 
had a large write-up in last night's Press. You 
know in that column called "People We Should 
Know," and the article said Caesar Strasbourger 
was the only Irishman left on the force (me-ow). 

Mrs. B. — Caesar was always so witty, but then 
all Irishmen are. Well, I'll say goodbye I've 
certainly enjoyed this pleasant little visit. (Goes 



tainly had a big mouth; he'll be as, pompous and , v /-. ,, 

, to il oor ) ( roodbye. 

boastful a mayor as he was president of the class-. w P r ,, , , , , A ,- „ , , 

Mrs. S. — Goodbye (closes door) Well, thank 

Mrs. 5.— But, my dear, Ray can never in the heavens she's -one. How 1 detest that woman. 

world have his alumni party the way that class Here slu ,' s been fiIling mv poor , ars t0] . hours 

is scattered. xvirh that sma „ caUy t;(|| . abour Wy friend& 

Mrs. B. — No. 1 suppose not, there's Charlie Well, thank goodness, I'm not like her. 
Dowd, for instance; it would be impossible for (Me.ee-otv). 



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SHORE HIGH SHORT HITS 11 

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT 

He, the Class of 1924, being about four or five years old and of unsound mind and feeble mem- 
ory, do make, publish, and dee/are this our last 1 , will and testament, hereby and hereon revoking and 
annulling all wills by us heretofore. 

I. We give and bequeath to the students of Shore High all our bad habits. 
To the Juniors we give our pleasant dispositions. They need them. 

To the Sophomores -ice leave all our studious char act eristics , hoping a few more of them will 
be eligible for the presidency of the elass next year. 

To the Freshmen ice leave all pencil stubs ami waste paper. 

To the incoming Freshmen ice leave our favo r with the teachers. It will help them in their 
four years' struggle. 

II. Charles Dowd leaves his studious nature to Henry Ronske. It may help him through ge- 
ometry. 

Ruby Lorden leaves her ability to change her mind and to argue to Esther Feldman. 

Harold Koons leaves his weight to Lloyd Biekley, our star mascot. 

Marion Collins leaves her great height to Miss Anngworth. 

Neil Smith leaves his knowledge of Old Testament Narratives to Ed Osborne. 

Ray Smith leaves his contrary nature to anyone who cares to have it. 

Louisa Kurrle leaves her quiet disposition to Doris Broun. 'The boys may like Doris better then. 

Mary Brazee leaves her radiant countenance and popularity to Evelyn Stockall. 

Caroline Krause leaves herinusical ability to Miss Doutt. 

Elinor Gill leaves her plumpness and advanced algebra to Esther Feldman. 

Dorothy Lovejoy leaves her beautiful blond hair and complexion to anyone who needs them. 

Francis Cross leaves his editorial ability to John Luikart. 

Dorothy Clymer leaves her quietness to Agnes II eatherby, who is in need of such a disposition. 

Caesar Strasbourger leaves his red hair to his future wife. 

III. It is our irish that our enemy, Mr. Roy Stray, be appointed administrator of our estate 
and a bond to the amount of 10,000,000,000 marks be required of him. In testimony whereof we have 
set our hands and feet to this our last will and testament at Newburg, Ohio, on this twenty-third day 
of April in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and treenty-four. 

Signed, 

THE CLASS OF 1924. 



Witnesses: 

Miss Aingworth, 
Mr. Metis. 



Bureau of Vital Statistics, State of Ohio 
Certificate of Extinction of the Class of 1924 
I — Place of Extinction. 

County — Cuyahoga. 

Village of Euclid. 
II — Personal Particulars. 

Date of Birth — September 1919. 

Occupation of Deceased — Vexing the Fac- 
ulty. 

Informant — Mr. II. W. Spangler. 

Cause of Extinction — Overwork. 

Contributary Causes — Probably nervous- 
ness due to studying. 



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NAME 



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Marion Collins 


2. 


petite 
Eleanor ( rill 


3. 


odd 
Dorothy Lovejoy 
athletic 


4. 


Louisa kurrle 


5. 


dignified 
Mar} Brazee 


6. 


pretty cute 
Ruby Lorden 

differential 


7. 
8. 


Francis Cross 

cheerful 
Charles Dowd 


9. 


sober 
Harold Koons 


in. 


rotund 
Neil Smith 


II. 


bashful 

Caroline Krause 


12. 


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Raymond Smith 


13, 


noisy 
C aesa r St rasbo 1 1 rge r 


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flaming 

Dorothy Clymer 

diffident 



NICK 


FAVORITE 




DISLIKE 


NAME 


PASTIME 






Mec 


( toing out with 
Carl 




French class 


Elmer 


Reading 




School and work 


Dot 


Dancing 


Speak 


ing before an audience such 
as the facultj 


Wee/a 


Reading 




Chemistrj 


Breezee 


Reducing 


Am 


thing pertaining to work 


\uh\ Ann 


Practicing 
(piano) 




Salads 


Franny 


Talking 




Math 


Chick 


Sleeping 




Athletics 


Koonie 


Experimenting 




Girls 


Swipes 


Athletics 




( frub 


Flossie 


Doing school 

work 




Chemistry 


Ray 


Teasing girls 




.American Literature 


Brick top 


Arguing 




Women 


Dot 


Sleeping 




Washing I )ishes 




EDITORIAL HOARD 



HOROSCOPE 



HOBBY 

Dancing 

Swimming 

Swimming 

Studying 

Flirting 

Tennis 

Work 

Study 

Electricity 

Radio 

Playing pian< 

Dancing 

Electricity 

Singing 



AMBITION 

To be a nice little housewife. 

To travel 

To be a physical education 

teacher 

To get an honor key at 

College 

To be one of Mack Sennet's 

Bathing Beauties 

"1 o he champion tennis player of 

the world 

To be a pugilist 

To be rocked in the cradle of 

the deep 

Electrical engineer 

join the Cleveland Indians 

To teach kindergarten 

To be cheer-leader at 

college 

Electrical engineer 



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FAVORITE 

EXPRESSION 

Oh, he- -ah 

I'll say 

I thought I'd i\\r 

What do 1 care 

I'!! (ell you wot 

Gee Whfz-z-z 

I did 

1 don't know 

Hang it 

I lot dawg 

Stop it 

1 had to laugh 

Absolutely or 

absolutely not 

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CAN'T 

Sing 

Cook 

Get Eat 

Concentrate 

Get Chemistry 

Spell 

Sing 

Smoke 

Get up 

Dance 

Think 

Keep Quiet 

Dance 

Dance 



EDITORIAL BOARD 



Editor-in-chief : 
Irene Aitkcn 

Business Managers: 
Ray Smith 
Ca?sar Strasbourger 

Assistants : 

Richard Timms 
John Euikart 

Faculty Adviser: 
Clare Swartz 



Associate Editors: 
Eleanor Gill 
Marion Collins 
Carl Brigleb 
Georgia Throne 
Ruth Hermle 
1. etcher Ilutchins 
Beatrice Andrews 
Katherine Curtis 



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Fierj red letters attract mobs to the canvas 
top which has just been erected. I he proud 
manager in a loud checkered shirt and a dotted 
tie is calmlj puffing on an immense cgar. As he 
turns towards us, and grins, we perceive him to 
be Ray Smith, the manager ot the largest show 
in the world. I pon entering the tent, we recog 
iii/e the Irish ringmaster to he I). E. Metts 
Even though his silk hat is pulled tar down on 
his head, his joll) smile and twinkling eyes are 
remembered by all. lie points to the middle ring 
where a small graceful ladj is guiding ferocious 
beasts. Not wishing to copy an\ old stunts, 
Daniel does not enter the lions' dvi). but at a 
sate distance, proclaims Miss Lucille Aingworth 
to be the famous animal tamer. (Miss Aing- 
worth received her knowledge thru training the 
class of '24). 

In the first ring, Caesar Strasbourger, daintilj 
arrayed in his pink tights, entertains the audience 
m a series ot daring trapese performances, somer- 
saults, and figure eights. In a side show, Louisa 

kurrle who is billed as the original two-tooted 
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Thrills run up and down the crowd as Ruby 
Lorden charms and subdues the most vile of 
snakes. Hie first act being concluded, Charles 
Dowds and Francis Cross, in costume of bride 
and groom, are married by another clown, Harold 
Koons. 

The second act opens with Mary Brazee, as 
the fat lady and Dorothy Lovejoy, as the human 
skeleton, demonstrating how opposites attract 
(as taught by Mr. Spangler) Dorothy Clymer as 
the marvelous bareback rider is skillfully helped 
in her act by Neil Smith, the one and only Mex- 
ican Jumping Bean. Marion Collins, said to be 
the smallest classic dancer, is held aloft by Elea- 
nor Gill, the original barrel-tosser. The show 
"J>OROTH v / / Cuy rtfctf. closes with the entire troop singing while Caro- 
line Krause accompanies them on the calliope. 
Mr. Metts, Ray Smith, and Miss Angworth 
appear in front to thank the audience for their 
kind attention. Mr. Metts is overwhelmed with 
the applause given to him, and tells the audience 
that he hopes they consider that they have enjoyed 
a real program for their fifty cents-s-s-s-s-s-s. 







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NIOR CLASS 



President 

Vice President 

Secretary and I reasurer 

Student Councilors 

Class Sponsor 



Winifred Myers 

Irene Aitken 

Sheldon Carnc\ 

Jerrj ( rleitz, 1 rene Aitken 

Miss Doutt 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 

President Robert Dierstein 

Vice President Margaret Clymer 

Secretary and Treasurer Louis Tankard 

Student Councilor Margaret Clymer 

Class Sponsor Miss Mitchell 

Autographs : 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 

I 'resident _ Alice Smith 

Vice President Tom Rlanton 

Secretary Bernadine Jippson 

Sponsor Miss Swartz 



Autographs : 



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MOTHER EARTH 

LAND! The ground you wall* on is I lie source of all-there-is food, clot hiug. health EVEKY- 

THIXO. II is the only permanent iliinj; in (lie world and Hie foundation of all Wealth. 
I, A\'l>: is the snfesl Investinenl possible— il cannol "blow away," "burn up," "be stolen" or Lak- 

cii away from you" ii is CASH-ON-HAND always. When things go wrong aid you suffer 

a financial loss- if you own a piece of MOTHER EARTH you i. I nol worry ii is the same 

as MONEY-IN-THE-BANK a real asset. 
LAND! is the basic security for ;ill loans- ii is the only Investinenl thai is absolutely sale anil 

giyes you positive control (oven when bough! on the payment plan) ii reeds no manager 

ami is staple through wars, panics and National Disorders. Nearly all values arc based on 

LAND VALUES. 

HO VOl own a shai f MOTHK1! EARTH? 

AUK vol" banking YOli; money al the base of all Wealth, where ii cannol be taken train you 

ami where ii draws the most interest? 
IF SO you arc building on a solid foundation. 
IF NOT start building now— buy land- IH'Y MORE LAND— Teach your children and friends to 

buy land. Buy land and find contentment and peace in old age, and prosperity in youth. 

Put your savings into land and make the big percentage yourself. 

Out Where the Sun Shines- 
Euclid Villiage 

Make that start towards owning n home of your own buy a l-tomesite. If you already own 
.•i home or a piece of land, Bl V MOKE and MORE — bul in either case, buy in EUCLID VIL- 
LAGE. A place that is healthy and good to live in — whose residents believe that "HE PROFITS 
.most who SERVES BEST" a village that cooperates and seeks perfected humanity; a village 

With a sublime faith in ils future, anil with I. leas and High Ideals. ,\ place Willi a soul. 



Your Opportunity 



KNICKERBOCKER BEACH HOMELANDS located in EUCLID VILLAGE al Lake Shore 
Boulevard and East 200th Street offers Beautiful Large Homesites with Beach ami Park privi- 
leges at the extremely low prices of 

$900 to $1750 and on terms to suit your income. 

Inspect this properly, see i lie beautiful park, i he Tenuis Conns, the Boal Mouse, the wide 
Sandy Beach. Prove to yourself that these prices are from l'p per cenl to 40 per cenl lower than 
those asked for adjoining properties. Learn of our "Special s.-ile Features" ami "Special Home- 
site Features." Ask us for real facts concerning an investinenl here, and permit us to sen I you 
a circular illustrating our property. 

Investigate At Once While 
These Prices Last 

CALL CHERRY 2770 



The 
KNICKERBOCKER LAND 



COMPANY 



5th Floor Bulkley Bldg. 



1501 Euclid Ave. 



Cleveland, Ohio. 



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WICKLIFFE LUMBER 
COMPANY 

LUMBER, SASH and DOORS 

MULE HIDE ROOFING 

Xo/ a kick in ii million feet 

WILLIAM McIVER 

CONTRACTORS 

1 7009 Landseer Road 

Estimates Cheerfully Given 

Ken more 4^0 

Visit J. C. Eberhard's 

Delicatessen & Ice-Cream Parlor 



Good Things to Eat and Drink 
Stop 136, Shore Line 
at Idle Wild Grocery 



CIGARS 



TOBACCO 



BEACHLAND 
PHARMACY 

E. C. RAUCHFLEISCH 

670 E. IKS Street Both Phones 

PRESCRIPTIONS KODAK SUPPLIES 



PAINTING DECORATING 

PAPERHANGING 



James G. Cameron 

IS ION Windward Road 

Phone Kenmore 156- J 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 



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VEACHLAND 
DRY CLEANING 

REPAIRING and REMODELING 

REASONABLE PRICES 



f>44 E. 185 



C 



eveiana. 



O. 



If You Want 


a r 


irts Class Hair 


Cut 


and 


Sanitary 


Barber Work, 










Call at 






TANDY'S 


BARBERSHOP 




St. 


p 1 

671 


27 Shore Line 
E. 185 St. 







A JUNE GARDEN 1924 



DAFFODII Dorothy Lovejoy 

CARNATION Charles Dowd 

GOLDENROD Ruby Lorden 

DAISY Caroline Krause 

MORNING GLORY Eleanor Gill 

NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS Louisa Kurrle 

SUNFLOWER Harold Koom 



POPPY Mr. Metis 

JOHNNY-JUMP-UP Francis Cross 

"CROAK-US" Ray Smilli 

JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT Neil Smilli 

COXCOMB Caesar Strasbourger 

FORGET-ME-NOT Marion Collins 

HOLLYHOCK Mary Brazee 

VIOLET Dorothy Clymer 



Bell Phone — Kenmore 4.(i.'5 

SEIDEL'S 

FOR QUALITY 
Forresl View and Upson Road (, 'i<' block south at Stop 139, Shore Line 

J. V. SEIDEL, Manager EUCLID, OHIO 

RADIO SUPPLIES 
MEATS AND GROCERIES CANDIES AND CIGARS 

HOME MADE SAUSAGE ERESH DRESSED POULTRY 

EUCLID. OHIO 



M^m. Lucas 

WALL PAPER HANGING 

421 E. IMS St. 
Kenmore 44 i\V 



Kenmore 61 Unusual and Home-Like Inn 

Rossmore Inn 

Corner 185 Street and Canterbury Road 

Stop 127'j Shore Line 

Chicken Dinners — Afternoon Tea 

Permanent Guests for the Summer 



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Compliments 

Of 

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiii ii! I— I H i ii 1 1 in 1 1 n 1 1 it < 1 1 11 1 ■ i 



EAST SHORE 

COMMUNITY 

CLUB 



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Special Orders Taken 

BEACHLAND HOME BAKERY 

FINE CAKES and PASTRIES 

FRED SHINKO 



688 E. 185 St. 



Cleveland, (). 



John Klaus 



641 E. 185 St. 



Delicatessen and Confectionery 



Kenmore 757 



Beachlancl 
Seruice Qarage 

Repair All Makes of Cars 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED 

18601 Abby Ave. 
CLEVELAND, O. 



BEACHLAND 
CASH MARKET 

666 E. 185 Street 

CHOICE MEATS, POULTRY, AND EISH 

Free Delivery 
Kenmore 606 



EUCLID VILLAGE HOME 
BAKERY AND CREAMERY 

537-41 E. 185 St. 

Between Stop 127 and 127l/ 2 

Carries a Line of the tBest Home Baked 

Goods That Can Be Baked. Give Us a 

Trial. You Will Come Again. It is Strana- 

han goods. 

WE TAKE SPECIAL ORDERS 



Wash Machines 
Vacuum Cleaners 
Flat Irons and 
Electrical Specialties 



We Repair Anything 
Electrical 

Electrical Wiring 
Fixtures and Supplies 



KENMORE 192-J 

LATURELL ELECTRIC CO. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 

537-41 EAST 185TH ST. 
Between Stop 127-127% Shore Line 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



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Euclid Civic 
Association 

ANNOUNCEMENTS. 

The Dance Floor in the EUCLID PARK PAVILION 

Is Beins Re-finished 



STARTING JUNE 3, 1924, THERE WILL BE PARK PLAN 
DANCING TUESDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 

Music by Fayen's Six Pieee Euclid Park Orchestra 

JUNE 7, 1924 
MASOUERADE DANCE 

A wonderful time is promised— do not miss this. 

Wanted A SLOGAN 

The association will give a prize for the best suggestion for a 
slogan adapted to the principles for which the EUCLID CIVIC 
ASSOCIATION stands. Send YOUR SUGGESTION to the Sec- 
retary before June 15, 1924. 

THE AIM OF EVERY EUCLIDITE? 
A MEMBERSHIP IN THE EUCLID CIVIC ASSOCIATION 



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INSURANCE 

Place your insurance business where you know 
YOUR NEEDS WILL HE CONSIDERED AND PROPERLY COVERED 

L. E. LUIKART 

Sure Insurance 

Kenmore 57 18605 St. Clair 

Insurance, like a will, is not effective until too late to make corrections. 



BLUEM 


: The 


Boulevard 


Florist 


Stop 


134, L 


d<e Shore Bl\ 


rd. 


Flowers for 


All Occasions 


Bedding Plants 


Trees f 


nd Shrubs 




kenmore 615 





Miss Aingvvorth — "What was Lincoln's Get- 
tysburg address?" 

Harold k. — "I didn't know he ever lived 
there." 



Miss Seitz — "Name three strong nouns." 
Hack — "Onions, garlic and limberger." 



SUPERLATIVELY SPEAKING 



Most active : Neil Smith 

Most boastful Ray Smith 

Most brilliant Caesar Strasbourger 

Most dramatic Mary Brazee 

Shyest Dorothy Clymer 

Most persistent Ruby Lorden 

Most studious Louisa Kurrle 

Most dashing Dorothy Lovejoy 

Longest Dick Timms 

Most artistic Russell Aikten 



Noisiest Bernard Daw 

Most inaccurate William Poese 

Most eccentric Beatrice Andrews 



Prettiest LaV 



ernee wisen 



Oh 



Most lovesick Doris Broun 

Most conceited Jerry Gleitz 

Most presumptuous William Goldfeder 

Most accomplished Irene Aitken 

Flightiest Marion Collins 



Guaranteed 100% Pure 


PENNSYLVANIA 


OIL 


The Highest Grade Oil in the 


World. 


Permit No. 119 




Stevenson Oil & Chemical Co. 


Euclid, Ohio 





MORTGAGE LOANS 
REAL ESTATE 

FIRE INSURANCE 

C. F. KIRKPATRI C K 

452 East 266 Street 



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QUALITY MERCHANDISE 

The Nottingham 
Drug Co. 

EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 

E. 187 St. & St. Clair Ave. 
KEN MORE 66 



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PLUMBING HEATING SEWERING 

Ask About ARCOLA HEATING SYSTEMS 

On Time Payments — Twelve Months to Pay. 

NEW OIL HEATERS WITH INSULATED TANK 
BURNS LESS OIL AND HEATS MORE WATER. 

ROY R. LARICK 



kenmore 535 



Shop 18705 St. Clair 



Res. 23735 Pake Shore Blvd. 






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<£>pencerian Qracluates 

— are prepared to serve as bookkeepers, stenographers, secretaries, account- 
ants, teachers, attorneys, salesmen, and executives. 

Write for bulletins 



SPENCERIAN SCHOOL 



3201 Euclid Avenue 



Cleveland 



Founded 1848 



Doris — "What makes the boat jump so?" 
Agnes — "Homer says the poor thing is on a 
tack." 

Dick — "Why did Mary get married on an 
aeroplane?" 

Rob — "I don't know, but I think she prom- 
ised that she'd never marry a man on this earth." 



Bob — "Why did you quit Jane?" 
Sam — "She eats like a chicken." 
Bob — "How's that?" 
Sam — "A peck at a time." 

* * * * 

Doctor — 'A ou are all right. Your pulse is 
as regular at clock ticks." 

Patient — "You have hold of my wrist watch." 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



FLOYD B. STEIN 



!OT 




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RANDOLPH 7891 




The J. L. brazee Co. 




Builders 




17 SO East 55th Street 




Cleveland, ( )hio 






Home Phone Kenmore 


3 34-W 


J. B. CLARK 




Mason-Contractor 




NOBLE BEACH 

EUCLID VILLAGE, OHIO 




OFFICE 

236 B. of L. E. BUILDING 

PHONE MAIN 3828 







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We are always ready to give 

Service and Quality 

for that building proposition of yours 



The Dille Road Lumber Co. 

Ken. 592 Ken. 593 



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GUENTHER'S 



ART 



GALLERIES 



1725 EUCLID AVE. 



LEADING PRINT SELLERS AND FRAME MAKERS 
We have the largest line of school pictures in the country and give liberal dis- 
counts to the schools. 



Qhc Scoop Printers 



At Your Service- 



— Call Eddy 1972 



808 East 152nd Street 



Insurance 
Estates 



Investments 
Created 



Savings Protected 



THE INTER-SOUTHERN 
LIFE INSURANCE CO. 

W. A. ABBOTT, Special Ag't 
Phone Kenmore 183 J, 180 



"Guess my girl at Shore has changed her 
mind about basketball. She is evidently going 
in for something more useful." 

"How's that?" 

"She told me that she had made the scrub 
team." 

* $ -*- * 

Miss Swartz (in English) — "Yes, Lancelot 
was a very doubting character. I would like to 
impress upon your young minds: never let doubt 
(Doutt) get the best of you." 



The geography class was discussing the term 
"burg", its origin, its meaning, and its use. To 
test their newly acquired knowledge, the teacher 
asked : 

"Now, who can give me another example oi «_, 
the use of 'burg', besides Pittsburg, Williamsburg, 
etc.?" 

"I can, teacher," said one small boy, "Ice 
berg." * * * * 

Miss Mitchell— "Where is Mr. Sinai?" 
Barney — "On 105th Street." 



Prepare for your business career 
by depositing money regularly in 

THE NOTTINGHAM BANK 

St. Clair Ave. at Nottingham Rd. 

controlled by 

THE BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS 

One Dollar Will Start An Account 



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ARROWHEAD 
BEACH 

The Most Beautiful Place on Lake Erie 



FOR 

YOUR SUMMER'S 

HAPPINESS, 



CALL 



C. P. WEIHS 



The RUSSELL REALTY 
COMPANY 



PROSPECT 3 12S 



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SCHOOL OF BUSINESS 

PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING SUCCESS COURSES 
DAY AND EVENING 

PRIVATE SECRETARIAT HIGHER ACCOUNTING (Vannais) 

STENOGRAPHIC SALESMANSHIP (Sheldon) 

TYPEWRITING COMPLETE BUSINESS 

BOOKKEEPING 



ARRANGEMENTS MAY BE MADE EOR ENTRANCE 
IMMEDIATELY AFTER GRADUATION 

Ninth Prospect 

Member National Association of 
Accredited Commercial Schools. 



Huron 



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Compliments of 

The Moses Stauffer Co. 

AUTHORIZED FORD AGENTS 

18901 St. Clair 



The 


L. 


J- 


Neff Coal & S 


upply 


Co. 


Hard and 




Co: 


tl, Builders' Supplies, Co 


ke 


Sand 


Soft Coal 
Coke 






18430 Nottingham Road 




Gravel 
Cinders 


Sewer Pipe 
Cement 






CLEVELAND 




Drain Tile 

Flue Lining 


Brick 






Phone Cuyahoga Wood 529 W 




Construction Tile 


Lime 
Roofing 






Bell Kenmore 82 


Hi 


General Teaming 
rdware Specialties 



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Qhe Northland Siudio 

—Official Photographers Class 1924— 



Sloan Building, 823 Prospect due. 



The Wicklifte Supply Company 

Coal — Builders' Supplies — Feed 

The Best is None Too Good for You or Us 
Kenmore 676 Ohio State — Wickliffe 10-W 



EUCLID HARDWARE & SUPPLY 

COMPANY 

Radio Supplies, Electrical Supplies, Auto Accessories, 
Stove Pipes, Plumbing Supplies, Household Necessities 

Radio Concerts Every Night 
Stop 133 Lake Shore Boulevard Phone: Kenmore 691 



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THE EUCLID FUEL 
AND SUPPLY CO. 

Dealers in Quality Coals 

Yard and Office, Babbitt Road & \. Y. C, 

R. I!., Noble Road 

PHONE — Kenmore 721 



John Luikhart (in English) — "What was the 
war between the Roses?" 
To laugh, when all the world's awry, 
To smile, when easier 'twere to cry, 
To spread good cheer, when everyone is blue, 
To make folks glad with bits of sunshine true. 
The one who does this with twinkling eye, 
The one who does this is a regular guy. 



SHORE HAVEN 

FRED G. SNIDER 

Meats Groceries 

QUALITY FIRST 

Kenmore 279 
WE DELIVER 

21937 Lake Shore Blvd. 



h. Mcdonald 
ice delivery 

ICE. COAL and CARTAGE 

Cord Wood Cut to Size 

and Delivered 

Phone Eddy 9 71- J 



Fellowj 4 

You should 
be in ~ 

Giisliolm 
Skoes - 

Six convenieni 
shops in "town 

inc/uc/in<£ one a£ 

]0405Euclid 

at East 105 th 

Al h ambra Theatre 



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The East Shore 

Savings & Loan 

Association 

Authorized Capitalization $1,000,000.00 
664 East 185th Street Kenmore 596 

OFFICERS 

Gen. Chas. X. Zimmerman, President Wm. R. Parmele, Vice President 

John F. Dowd, Vice President Chas. H. Cross, Secretary 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Gen. Chas. X. Zimmerman Mayor Euclid Village 

J. B. Lynn Sewer and Paving Contractor 

Chas. H. Cross • . . • President East Lake Realty & Invst. Co. 

Carmi A. Thompson Director, The Central National Bank 

W. R. Parmele Pres. Knickerbocker Land Co. 

J. E. Tankard Mgr. The S. Silberman Co. 

B. Bryant Publisher of Bryant's Weeklies 

John F. Dowd Cashier, The E. S. S. & L. Ass n 

Ed. J. Cherney Attorney-at-law 

H. H. Mall Paving and Sewer Contractor 

R. N. Smith Sec. Knickerbocker Land Co. 

Chas. J. Herman = . . . . Public Accountant 

Fred E. Pfeiffer . Attorney-at-law 

I. H. Huggett Manager of Reserve Mortgage Co. 

S. A. Martin Real Estate 

D. A. Christopher Attorney-at-law 

Benj. H. Whittaker General Contractor 

P. P. Quayle Building Supplies 

Depository — The Guardian Savings & Trust Co. Counsel — Fred E. Pfeiffer 



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676 East 185th Street at Windward 

Stoves and Ranges — Plumbing and Heating 
— Paints, Oils and Varnishes — 



IP. W. Knight 

661 E. 185 St. Ken. 20 

Meals and Qrocery 

QUALITY SERVICE 

Remember We Deliver 

EAST LAKE REALTY AND 
INVESTMENT COMPANY 

Authorized Captilization $10,000.00 

664 East 185th St. Kenmore 596 

Chas. H. Cross, Pres. John F- Dowd, Sec. 

C. F. HOFRICHTER 

Headquarters for 

THAT GOOD PURE ALL PORK HOME-MADE SAUSAGE, HOME- 
MADE COTTAGE HAMS, FRESH MEATS AND POULTRY 

686 E. 185 St. Stop 127 

Next to A. & P. Grocery 












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