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£70RE CASTLE 



1935 



Published 
by the 

Senior Class of 



Shore High School 

Euclid, Ohio 



STAFF 

Sponsors Literary Staff 

Miss Vernon Marjorie Webster 



Literary 
Miss Mitchell 



Marie Winch 
Margery Richter 



Circulation Managers 
Business William Peck 

and Photography Marion Saisall 

Sports Editor Assistant Manager 

James Fowler Mary McKee 




F 1 THIS view of the entrance to Shore is a study 
in strength and stateliness. Within these 
walls, destinies of hundreds are guided. Daily 
through these doors pass students in quest of 
higher learning, ever mindful of the splendid 
opportunities available. 



Page two 




WILBERT A. FRANKS 

For fifteen years Superintendent Franks has 
devoted his time to guiding the destiny of our 
school. His deep interest in Shore students is 
exemplified by his many efforts in our behalf. 

DANIEL E. METTS 

Principal for seventeen years, Daniel E. Metts 
has worked untiringly to secure up-to-date equip- 
ment and competent instruction for Shore. Dur- 
ing these years the school has had marked 
progress. 



Page three 




FACULTY 



Lucille Aingworth, 

English. 
Meryl Baumer, 

Speech; Journalism; History; 

Business English. 
John F. Beck, 
Lola Bevington, 

Directors of Music. 
Juanita Boucher, 

English. 
Pera Campbell, 

English; Algebra. 

Ford L. Case, 

Head of Physical Education 
Department. 

Mary R. Crampton, 
Librarian. 

Mabel Crone, 

Algebra; Science. 

Louise Darst, 
Commercial. 

Marie Davis, 
History. 

Adeline Delamater, 
French; Latin. 

Mabel L. Falberg, 

Head of English Department. 



Dorothy Gill, 

Director of Girls' Athletics. 
Daniel E. Metts, 

Principal. 
Leona F. Mitchell, 

Social Science. 
Wanda Myers, 

Commercial. 
J. Calvin Oldt, 

Bookkeeping; Commercial 

Arithmetic. 
Robert Phillips, 

Chemistry ; General Science. 
John J. Pohto, 

Mechanical Drawing and Manual 

Training. 
Hetty Rosenberger, 

Home Economics. 
Robert A. Shupp, 

Geometry; Advanced Algebra. 
H. W. Spangler, 

Biology; General Science. 
Norma Vernon, 

English . 
Ervin K. Wax, 

History; Commerce and Industry. 
Stanley L. Whiteside, 

History; Physics. 
Jane A. Williams, 

Latin. 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 

THE Student Council at Shore is gradually be- 
coming more and more important. Through- 
out the past year it has sponsored the hall guard 
system, monitor duty and candy sales in the cafe- 
teria, the Football Parade, noonday dancing, and 
the sale of tickets for a number of school affairs. 

It is a member of the Inter-School Council of 
the Cleveland area and has sent representatives 
regularly to the meetings of this organization. 
In this way the Council, under the supervision of 
Miss Falberg, is always informed of new plans 
which are being used in other schools. 



Page five 




CLASS OFFICERS 



February — 

Raymond Ernst — President 
Hetty Fowler — Vice President 
Helen Nolan — Secretary 
Robert Daw — Treasurer 



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Sponsor — 

John Pohto 



June- 



Jack McMillan — President 
Jeanette Miller — Vice President 
Betty Bandlow — Secretary 
William Sixt — Treasurer 



Sponsors — 

Pera Campbell 
Harry Spangler 
lane Williams 



Page six 



Betty Fowler — Friendship Club 2- 

3-4 ; President of Class 3 ; Vice Presi- 
dent of Class 4; Senior Play 4; Clee 
Club 4; Nat'l Honor Society 4. 



Richard Weinschrider — Basketball 
1-2-3-4; Baseball 1-2-3-4; Student 
Council 4; Class President 1-2; Class 
Treasurer 1-4; Nat'l Athletic Honor 
Society 4 ; Nat'l Honor Society 4 ; 
Senior Play 4. 




Barbara Blase — Glee Club 3-4 ; Stu- 
dent Council 3-4 ; ( )peretta 4 ; Senior 
Play 4 ; Friendship Club 2-3-4. 



Jack Halligan 



Sarah Ettenger — Senior Play 4. 



John Blake— Football 3; Basketball 
2-3; Track 3-4; Stage Crew 3-4; 
Chairman of Crew 4. 



Arion Piper 










Arthur Disanto— Band 1-2; Basket- 
ball Manager 1; Football 1-2-4; Bas- 
ketball 3-4; Student Council 1-4; Stu- 
dent Council President 4; (dee Club 
4 ; Senior Play 4. 



Mary Femec — Friendship Club 4; 
Clee Club 4; Class Secretary; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4. 




Edward Tornsie — Entered from 
Collinwood 4 ; Student Council 4 : 
Senior Play 4. 




Florence Andrews — Stage Manager ; 
Senior Play 4. 




Raymond Ernst — Basketball 2-3 ; 
Track 2 ; Football 3 ; President of 
Class 4 ; Student Council 1 ; Nat'l 
Honor Society 4 ; Secretary of Class 
2 ; Salutatorian. 




Katherine Syracuse — Shore Breezes 
4; Glee Club 1; Nat'l Honor Society 
4; Valedictorian. 




Helen Nolan — Student Council 1 ; 
Friendship Club 4; Class Secretary 4. 

Page seven 



Matilda Cherne 



William Peck— Football 3-4; Base- 
hall 2-3-4. 



Phyllis Miller— Senior Play 4. 



Burton Carlson — Band 1-2-3-4: 
Orchestra 2-3-4 ; Operetta 2-3. 



Dorothy Field. 




Joe Bukovec — Stage Crew 3-4; 
Baseball 4 ; Wrestling 3. 



Elizabeth Metzger. 



Alvin Fasnacht 



Florence Felker — Glee Club 1-2-3- 
4; Friendship Club 1-2-3-4; Drum 
Major 2; Cheer Leader 2-3; Senior 
Play 4; Operetta 1-2-3-4. 



Rose Mihelich — -Class Secretary 3 ; 
Class Treasurer 2-3. 



Robert Daw — Track 3-4; Wrestling 
3-4; Glee Club 2-3-4; Varsity "S" 
Club 4 ; Class Treasurer 4. 



Page eight 



Betty Bandlow — Friendship Club 
2-3-4 ; Social Chairman 4 ; Megaphone 
2 ; Advertising Committee 3 ; Debate 
1 ; Prom Committee 3 ; Class Secretary 
1-2-3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 4; Presi- 
dent 4. 



Eugene Miller— F o o t b a 1 1 1-3-4; 
Basketball 1-3-4; Track 3-4; Student 
Council 4. 



Edath Hilb^-Class Treasurer 1 ; Stu- 
dent Council 3 ; Friendship Club 2-3-4 ; 
President 4. 



Fred Gonso — Glee Club 2-3-4 ; 
Operetta 2-3-4 ; A Cappella Choir 4. 



Anna Rankin — Friendship Club 2- 
3-4; Glee Club 3-4; Operetta 3-4; 
Girl's Athletic Club 4. 



Thomas Howald — Glee Club 2-3-4; 
Operetta 2-3-4; Student Council 3-4; 
President 4 ; A Cappella Choir 4. 



Isobel McKay — Friendship Club; 2- 
3-4; Glee Club 3-4; Operetta 3-4; 
Girl's Athletic Club 4. 










William Sixt— Entered from Wilk- 
ensburg High (Pa.); Football 4; 
Track 4; Class Treasurer 4. 




Grace Ecclestone— Friendship Club 
2-3-4. 




Raymond Critzer— Glee Club 2-3- 
4 ; Student Council 1 ; Class Vice 
President 2. 




Dorothy Jehlicka — Friendship Club 
3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 4. 




Henry Smith — Student Council 1 ; 
Football 1-3-4; Varsity "S" Club 4. 




Mary Fayen — Accompanist Glee 
Club, 4; Operetta 4; Friendship Club 
2-3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 4; Vice 
President 4. 




Joe Shimko — Baseball Manager 3; 
Wrestling 3-4. 

Page nine 



Magdalene Schukaitis. 





Ted Burrows — Wrestling 4. 




Miriam Dreher — Friendship Clul) 
2-3-4; Leader's Club 3; Girl's Athletic 
Club 4 ; Treasurer 4. 




James Fowler — Football Mgr. 1-2; 
Football 3-4; Wrestling 2-3-4; Capt. 
4 ; Mgr. 1 ; Track 2-3-4 ; Shore Breezes 
1-2-3-4, Bus. Mgr. 2-3-4; Cheer 
Leader 1-2-3-4; Student Council 3-4; 
Vice Pres. 4 ; Sr. Year Book 4 ; Var- 
sity S Club 2-3-4. 




Betty Tench— Glee Club 1-2-3-4; 
Operetta 1-2-4; Advertising Commit- 
tee 2-3-4 ; Student Council 2. 




Norman Gerner. 




Helen Fox — Glee Club 4; Girl's 
Athletic Club 4. 

Page ten 



James Barr — Class Treasurer 2-3. 




Grace Gehring — Shore Breezes Staff 
1-2; National Forensic 2-3-4; Class 
Vice President 3; Student Council 3; 
Glee Club 3-4; Operetta 3-4; Girl's 
Athletic Club 4. 




Joseph Ferrara — Glee Club 1-2-4; 
Operetta 1-2-4; Football 2-3-4; Bas- 
ketball 2-3-4 ; Shore Breezes 4 ; Var- 
sity S Club 3-4. 




Jeanette Miller — Student Council 1 ; 
Friendship Club 2-3-4; Glee Club 2-3- 
4; Operetta 2-3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 
4; Class Vice President 4. 




Richard Houston. 




Dorothy Koren — (dee Club 3, 4; 
Operetta 3-4 ; Friendship Club 4 ; 
Shore Breezes Staff 4. 




Kenneth Sabine — Entered f r o m 
Shaw ; Student Council 4 ; Junior 
Prom Committee 3 ; Shore Breezes 
Staff 3-4. 



Marjorie Webster — Glee Club 2-3- 
4; Friendship Club 2-3-4; Operetta 
2-3-4 ; Senior Yearbook Staff. 





Edmond Rossodivita — Track 2-3-4. 




Hester Tankard — Entered from 
Aurora High; Shore Breezes Staff 4; 
Glee Club 4 ; Operetta 4. 




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Stephen Rudy— Glee Club 2-3-4; 
Operetta 2-3-4; A Cappella Choir 4; 
Shore Breezes Staff 4 ; Track 4. 



Ruth Frissell — Friendship Club 2- 
3-4 ; Shore Breezes 2-3 ; Gym Assis- 
tant 4. 




Betty Baehr — Library 1-2-3-4. 




Emily Xemec — Glee Club 2-3-4. 




Edward Rush — Glee Club 
Football 4; Wrestling 3-4. 



3-4; 




Marian Saisall— Glee Club 1-2-3-4; 
Friendship Club 2-3-4; Operetta i-2- 
3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 4; Shore 
Breezes Staff 1-2; Circulating Mana- 
ger 2 ; Prom Committee. 




Robert Wilber 




Fern Gessner — Advertising Com- 
mittee 1 ; Friendship Club 2-3-4 ; Prom 
Committee 3; Girl's Athletic Club 4. 




Jack McMillan — Class President 1- 
2-3-4 ; Freshman Football ; Freshman 
Basketball ; Wrestling 4 ; Baseball 4. 




Mary Waterwash — Leaders Club 3 ; 
Girl's Athletic Club (Secretary). 




Mildred Buettner — Friendship Club 
3-4; Scribblers Club 3; Glee Club 4: 
Girl's Athletic Club 4. 

Page eleven 



.Marie Winch — Entered from St. 
Vincents; Scribblers Club 3; Debate 
2 ; Shore Breezes ; Friendship Club 
2-3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 4; Senior 
Yearbook StalT. 



Charles Rath— Glee Club 1-2-3-4; 
Operetta 1-2-3-4; Shore Breezes Staff 
3 ; A Cappella Choir 4. 



Jean Rath — Friendship Club 2-3-4 
Glee Club 2-3-4; Operetta 2-3-4 
French Club 3 ; Dance Director 2-3-4 
Girl's Athletic Club 4. 



Stephen Hadyk — Student Council 
2; Basketball Manager 4; Shore 
Breezes Staff 4. 



Helen Fleck — Glee Club 2-3-4; 
Friendship Club 4 ; Shore Breezes 2 ; 
Operetta 2-3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 4. 



Merle Miller. 



Vida Stanford — Friendship Club (4) 
Page twelve 





Eugene Gunderson — Wrestling 4. 




Jean Massena — Glee Club 1-2-3-4; 
Operetta 1-2-3-4; Friendship Club 3-4. 




Glenn Sears- 
chestra 1-2-3-4. 



-Band 1-2-3-4; Or- 




June McKone — Girl's Athletic Club 



4. 





Willard Riebe— Basketball 1-2-3-4; 
Baseball 3 ; Football 4 ; Student Coun- 
cil 4. 




Dorothy Sullivan — Friendship Club 4. 



Joseph Dezman — Basketball 2-3-4 ; 
Track 2-4; Baseball 3. 



Doris Weir— Glee Club 2-3-4 ; Girl's 
ithletic Club 4; Operetta 2-3-4. 




James Paul — Glee Club 3; Operetta 
i ; Freshman Football ; Student Coun- 
il 3-4. 




Margaret Moeller — Glee Club 4; 
Operetta 4 ; Friendship Club 4. 



La Verne Harwood — Football 1-2- 
i-4 ; Basketball 2-3-4. 




Elsie Hartman — Girl's Athletic 
:iub 4. 




Howard Taylor — Entered from 
/Vestern Reserve Academy 3 ; Glee 
"lub 3 ; Shore Breezes 4 ; Operetta 3 ; 
rrack 3-4; Varsity "S" Club 4; Scrib- 
ilers Club. 




Dorothy Sternberg. 



Bill Webster— Glee Club 3-4 ; Oper- 
etta 3-4; Class Secretary 4. 




Betty Theller — Transferred from 
Monticello. 




Thomas Fitzgerald — Basketball 3-4; 
Varsity "S" Club 3-4. 




Gertrude Davy — Friendship Club 
3-4 ; Glee Club 2. 




Walter Wohlgemuth — -Baseball 
Manager 2; Baseball 3. 



Marie Zook— Glee Club 2-3-4. 




Dominic D'Avirro. 



Page thirteen 



Dorothy Seibold -Glee Club 1-2-3-4; 
Friendship Club 2-3-4; Operetta 2-3- 
4; A Cappella Choir 4; Girl's Athletic 
Club 4. 




Clarence Daniel — Hand 1-2-3-4; 
Orchestra 1-2-3-4; Student Council 4. 



Alice Hoffinger — Friendship Club 
2-3-4; Glee Club 4; ( )peretta 4; Girl's 
Athletic Club 4. 



Alhin I'rankar. 



Margery Richter — Glee Club 2-3-4; 
Operetta 2-3-4; Girl's Athletic Club 
4; Year Book Staff 4. 



Albert Tegel — Football 4. 



Dorothy Gnidovec — Orchestra 2-3- 
4; Jr. Glee Club 1. 

f'ai/e fourteen 








Wilber Pike— Glee Club 1 ; Oper- 
etta 1; Student Council 1-2-3; Band 
1-2-3-4; Track 1-2-3-4; Freshman 
Football. 




Agnes Moon — Entered from Collin- 
wood -1 ; Friendship Club 4. 




John Mezgec — Baseball 2-3-4 ; 
Track 4. 




Mary Coprich — Glee Club 3-4] 
Friendship Club 3-4. 







Reinald Winters — Freshman Foot- 
ball 1; Band 1-2-3; Orchestra 3-4; 
Glee Club 1-2-3-4; Operetta 2-3-4. 




Agnes Trivisonno — Girl's Athletic 
Club 4; (dee Club 3-4; Operetta 3-4: 
Shore Breezes (Typist) 4. 




Ralph Pfaff. 



Mary McKee— Glee Club 1-2-3-4; 
Operetta 1-2-3-4; Friendship Club 2- 
3-4; Leaders Club 3-4; Girl's Athletic 
Club 4. 



Robert Lang — Advertising Club 2- 
3-4; Shore Breezes Staff 2-3-4; Debat- 
ing 3-4. 



Mildred McCormick — Orchestra 1- 
2; Band 1 ->- 



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William Fairley — Glee Club 1-2; 
Operetta 2 ; Wrestling 2 ; Varsity Club 
2-3-4. 



Emerson Hirsch — Class Vice Presi- 
dent 1 : Megaphone Club 1 ; Basketball 
Manager 1; Band 1-3-4; ( hxhestra 1- 
3-4 ; Basketball 3 ; Football Manager 4. 



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Orval Clark— Band 1-2-3; Orches- 
tra 1-2-3; (dee Club 4; Wrestling 3-4; 
Student Council 3. 



Margaret Boseck— Orchestra 1-2- 
3-4; Friendship Club 3-4. 



John Warren— Entered from Utica, 
N. Y. 2: Advertising Committee 2-3-4 
Student Council 3 (Treasurer) ; Track 
2-3; Debate 2-3-4; Scribblers Club 3; 
Varsity "S" Club 4. 



Angela Hirsch— Glee Club 1 ; Girl's 
Athletic Club 4. 



Charles Hopson — Debating 1 
Shore Breezes Staff 3-4. 



Helen Doyle — Glee Club 
Friendship Club 2-3-4. 



2-3-4 



Richard Weybrecht — Debate 3-4. 



Page fifteen 







MUSIC 

DURING the past year Shore's musical organizations have contributed much 
to the life of the school. Much value has come to members of the Glee 
Clubs, Orchestra, Band and newly organized a cappella choir from the splendid 
training of Miss Bevington and Mr. Beck who have given their services so faith- 
fully and effectively. Much pleasure has been given by the musical organizations 
to both the student body and the general public. The Band has been faithful in 
attendance at all football and basketball games. 

Commencements, concerts, class plays, Operetta and Gala Night performances 
have given the public an opportunity to enjoy the musical talent of Shore pupils. 

Membership in any of the school music organizations does much to teach an 
appreciation of the better things in music as well as a knowledge of lighter and 
more popular compositions. 



Page sixteen 



FRIENDSHIP CLUB 



IHE largest group at Shore is the Friendship 



Club, which numbers over one hundred mem- 



bers. Miss Campbell directs the activities of the 



Club, which is a social, cultural, and charitable 



organization. Edith Hill is president and Betty 



Bandlow, social chairman. 




Page seventeen 




BASKETBALL 

SHORE, coached by Ford L. Case, accomplished the seemingly impossible. 
They finished their regular playing season with ten wins and no defeats. 
The team averaged over thirty points a game and held their opponents to the 
remarkably low average of fourteen points. This is Shore's third Eastern Con- 
ference Championship in four years. Shore is the third team in the history of 
the Cleveland area to finish their season undefeated. Dick Weinschreider was 
Captain until he graduated at mid-year. Bill Riebe was Captain the last semester 
and finished as high point man for the season. La Verne Harwood was the sensa- 
tional "find" of the season for the other forward. Eugene Miller, Tom Fitzgerald, 
Joe Ferrara, and Joe Dezman were other Varsity Seniors to distinguish them- 
selves on the Championship team. 

FOOTBALL 

THE football squad was the greenest to come along for many years. Yet, they 
won four and lost four and finished third in Eastern Conference competition, 
losing only to the strong Shaker team and to Central's experienced squad. The 
Senior letter men were Captain La Verne Harwood, Bill Peck, Eugene Miller, 
Bill Riebe, Joe Ferrara, Ed Rush, Henry Smith, Bill Clark, and Jim Fowler. 

WRESTLING 

WITH only two letter men back to make up this year's team, Coach John J. 
Pohto managed to construct a fairly good team from the Sophomore candi- 
dates. This year's graduation toll will only take two of them, leaving a good 
balance for the year to come. The two who have finished their wrestling careers 
at Shore are Captain Jim Fowler, undefeated in his seven matches and ranked as 
a topnotcher in the 115-lb. class, and Orval Clark, 135 lbs., who was lost to the 
team after five matches clue to an injury. 

TRACK 

AFTER winning the Eastern Conference track Championship for the first time, 
.Shore's track squad was riddled by graduation. Those who are to be back 
are Eugene Miller, Howard Taylor, and Ed Rossodivita. 

"Doc" Wax, from University of Illinois, assisted in football; coached the 
Reserve Basketball squad; assisted in track. "Doc" was director of arrangements 
for first East Side Wrestling Tournament and made it a real success. 



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