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SHORE HIGH SCHOOL
SHORE HIGH SCHOOL
Program Directors • ♦ ♦
Under the direction of
SUPERINTENDENT E. C. GROVER
PRINCIPAL D. E. METTS,
Shore's activities have made
! f t
The Controlling Engineers
Meryl R. Baumer,
Speech, Dramatics, Journalism,
History, Business English.
John F. Beck,
Ford L. Case,
Head of Physical Education
Mabel F. Crone,
Algebra, Science, Latin.
Thomas L. Dotson,
Commerce and Industry,
Director of Girls' Athletics.
Leona F. Mitchell,
History, Social Science.
Wanda M. Myers,
Calvin J. Oldt,
General Science, Chemistry.
John J. Pohto,
Manual Training, Mechanical
Advanced Algebra, Geometry,
Harry W. Spangler,
Art and Photographic Staff
Business, Photography and Art
THIS year has seen the beginning of two new
projects, honor study halls, and the editing
of a handbook, which contains interesting and
useful information about Shore.
\ First Semester, Betty Stewart
/Second Semester, Edward Wichern
Vice President Bob Johnston
Treasurer Bill Bente
Secretary Mary Meunier
Adeline Trudeau — Student Coun-
cil 2; Class Vice President 2; Class
President 3-4; Friendship Club 3-4;
Vice President 4; Shore Breeze 2; Glee
Club 3-4; Advertising Committee
Clyde Steele- -Vice President 4;
S t u de n t Council 2-?> ; ( )rchestra
1-2-3-4; Glee Club 1-2-3-4; Operetta
2-3-4; Wrestling 1-2-3-4; Football
2-3-4 ; Senior Plav 4 ; Shore Breeze 3 :
Cheer Leader 2-3-4.
Betty Stewart (dee Club
1-2-3-4; Operetta 2-3-4; Class Secre-
tary 2 ; A Cappella Choir 3 ; Shore
Breeze 3-4; Student Council 3-4; Sec-
retary 3 ; President 4 ; Friendship Club
2-3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4; Senior Play
4; Valedictorian; National Honor So-
John Wightman — Entered from
J. S. Morton High School, Chicago 1 ;
Senior Plav 4.
Earl Bollenbacher ■ — Football,
2-3-4 ; Captain 4 ; Wrestling 2, 4 ; Cap-
tain 4 ; Baseball 3 ; Glee Club 2-3-4 ;
Operetta 3-4 ; Lead 3 ; Breeze Staff
3-4 ; Vice President 1 ; Varsity S. Club
Zelda Newman — Senior Play 4.
Matilda Miese — G.A.C. Club 3-4;
Student Council 4; Class Treasurer 4.
Pearl Waltermire — Class Secre-
Senior Play 4.
Glee Club 3-4;
John Blerkel — Football 3-4; Bas-
ketball 2-3-4; Track 2-3-4; Band 1-2;
Glee Club 3-4; Operetta 4; Varsity S.
Floyd Overacre — Senior Play 4.
Betty Crampton — Student Coun-
cil 1-4; Friendship Club 2-3-4; Pro-
gram Chairman 3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4:
Shore Breeze 2-3-4 ; Co-editor 3 ; As-
sistant Editor 4; Glee Club 2-3-4;
Librarian 4; Asst. Sec. 3: Class Vice
President 3 ; Class Treasurer 2 ; Senior
Year Book; Senior Play 4; National
Honor Society 4.
Dorothy Moffet — Cheer Lead-
ing 4; G.A.C. 3-4; Friendship Club
3-4; Student Council 1.
James Mattie — Football 3-4; Co-
captain 4 ; Basketball 2-3-4 ; Captain
4 ; Glee Club 2-3-4 ; Vice President 2 ;
Class Treasurer 3 ; Student Council
Mary Mihelich — Friendship
Club 3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4; Circula-
tion Manager of Breeze 3 ; Business
Manager of Breeze 4.
Jane Mattie — Senior Play 4 ; Op-
eretta 2-3-4; Glee Club 2-3-4; Class
Secretary 3 ; A Cappella Choir 3 ;
Friendship Club 3-4; G.A.C. Club 3.
James Parisi — Senior Play 4.
Shore Breeze 3.
Glee Club 3-4 ;
Alvira Patti — Glee Club 1-2-3-4;
Friendship Club 2-3-4 ; Student Coun-
cil 4; G.A.C. 4.
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Margaret Stearns — Class Presi-
dent, 1-2; Class Treasurer 3; Student
Council 4; Orchestra 2-3-4; Shore
Breeze 2-3-4; Co-editor 3; Ass't. Edi-
tor 4; Friendship Club 3-4; President
4; Year Book Staff 4; Senior Play,
Stage Manager 4 ; Salutatorian ; Na-
tional Honor Society.
Lillian Bluem — Glee Club 2-3-4:
Friendship Club 4; G.A.C. Club 4.
Eileen Ischay — Friendship Club
3-4; Glee Club 1-2-3-4; Operetta 2-3-4.
Kari.i-: Gregg — President of Class 3 ;
President of Class 4; Year Hook Staff
4; Hand 1-2-3-4; Orchestra 1-2-3-4;
Student Council 1-2; Prom Commit-
tee 3; Salutatorian 4; National Honor
Society 4; Senior Play 4.
Robert Tucker — Class Treasurer
2; Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 2-3-
4 ; Shore Breeze Staff 4 ; Cheerleader
4; Class Secretary 4; A Cappella
Edward Wichern — Student Coun-
cil 3-4; President 4; Orchestra 1-2-
3-4 ; National Honor Society 4.
June Rose — Class Secretary 3;
Glee Club 2-3-4; Friendship Club 2-
3-4; G.A.C. Club 4.
Edward Bockel — Transferred
from Collinwood 4 ; Track 4.
Lenore Tiffany — F r i en d s h i p
from Patrick Henry 1.
Bill Sim mermacher— Vice Presi-
dent of Class 4; Student Council 1-3;
Football 1-2-3-4; Basketball 1-2-3-4;
Track 2-3 ; Prom Committee 3 ; Shore
Breeze Staff 4; Glee Club 2-4; Or-
chestra 1-2-3-4; Senior Play 4; Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
Clyde Hooker — Baseball 2-4 ; Glee
Club 4 ; Student Council 3 ; Class
Jestine Meyers — Transferred
Tom Geneva 4 ; Friendship Club 3-4.
Allen Hulsman — Baseball 2-4;
Glee Club 3-4 ; Student Council 4 ;
Shore Breeze Staff 3 ; Year Book
Staff 4 ; Prom Committee 3 ; Basket-
ball Manager 2; Band 2; Movie Op-
erator 4 ; Entered from Patrick Henry
2; A Cappella Choir 3.
Mary Pokolic — Transferred from
Royalton High 4; Friendship Club 4.
Susan Hughes — Transferred from
Harding High 3; G.A.C. Club 3-4;
Friendship Clnb 3-4 ; Shore Breeze
Roy Larick — Senior Play 4.
Arthur Nauth — Transferred
from St. Ignatius 2 ; Band 3-4 ; Track
Mary Meunier — Friendship Club
3-4 ; Student Council 4 ; Secretary 4 ;
G.A.C. Club 3-4.
Lois Leppert — Student Council 1-
3; Friendship Club 3; Advertising
Robert Heuer — Transferred from
Roosevelt High 1 ; Shore Breeze Staff
4; Wrestling 1.
Louise Witt — Transferred from
Kirk Junior 1 ; Shore Breeze Editor
4 ; Assistant Editor 3 ; G.A.C. Club 3-
4 ; Vice President 4 ; Friendship Club
2-3-4; Inter-club Council 4; Glee
Club 4 ; Prom Committee 3 ; Year
Book Staff 4; Editor-in-Chief 4:
Senior Play 4 ; National Honor So-
Raymond Fuerst — President of
Class 2; Baseball 4.
Idamae Brigman — Fr i e n d s h i p
Club 2-3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4; Shore
Breeze Staff 2-3-4 ; Prom Committee
3; Year Book Staff 4; National Honor
Society 4 ; Senior Play 4.
Robert Johnston — President of
Class 3 ; Class Treasurer 1 ; Class
Secretary 2 ; Wrestling 2-3-4 ; Foot-
ball 1-4; Track 2; Glee Club 2-3-4;
Student Council 4 ; Vice President 4 ;
Prom Committee 3 ; National Honor
Gertrude Kopp — Transferred
¥ from John Hay 3 ; Friendship
" Club 4.
Bill Stevenson — Track Mana-
Grace Roberts — Glee Club 2-3-4.
Harry Sterkel — Track 3-4 ; Shore
Breeze Staff 2-3-4; Band 1-2-3-4;
Year Book Staff 4.
Rose Tekavic — Student Council 1.
Alida Korver — Orchestra 2 ; Glee
Club 3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4; Year Book
Staff 4 ; Senior Play 4.
Bill Clark — Glee Club 1-2-3-4;
Football 3-4; Track 1-2-3-4; Baseball
2; Student Council 4; Wrestling 3.
Ellen Channell — Glee Club 1-2-
3-4 ; Friendship Club 3.
Philip Coulson — Baseball 2-4;
Donald Sinclair — Advertising
Committee 3-4; Debate Team 3-4;
Speech Contest 3-4.
Jean Mizner — Glee Club 1-2-3-4;
Friendship Club 2-3.
Arthur Yeip — Class Treasurer 1 ;
Arline Koepp — Glee Club 2-3-4;
G.A.C. Club 3 ; A Cappella Choir 3.
Frank Blattau — Band 3-4.
Bertha Tomicii— Glee Club 2-3-4.
Mary Bucar — Glee Club 2-3-4;
Friendship Club 2; Senior Play 4.
Alfred Ogilvie — Orchestra 1-2-3-
4; Track 3-4.
Benson Blackie — Wrestling 2-3-
4; Student Council 1-2-3-4; National
Honor Society 4; Senior Play 4.
Ruth Grove — Glee Club 1-2-3-4;
Friendship Club 2 ; Shore Breeze
Stafif 1-2; G.A.C. Club 3.
Jean Bartlett — T ransf erred
from Andrews 2 ; Friendship Club 2-
3-4; G.A.C. Club 4.
Margaret Ray — Glee Club 2-3-4 ;
Advertising Committee 3-4 ; Friend-
ship Club 3-4 ; Secretary 4 ; G.A.C.
Margaret McKeon — Friendship
Ruth Jehlicka — Glee Club 4 ; Or-
chestra 1-2; Friendship Club 3-4.
James Fitzgerald — Basketball 3-4 ;
Baseball 2-4 ; Wrestling 2 ; Track 2.
Katherine Hoene — Transferred
from Ridgefield Park 2; Student Coun-
cil 3; G.A.C. Club 4; Prom Commit-
tee 3; Friendship Club 3-4; Shore
Breeze Staff 4.
Betty Tucker — Friendship Club
3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4.
Edith Kuznik — Transferred from
East High 3 ; Friendship Club 2-3-4 ;
Glee Club 3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4.
2-3-4- G.A.C. Club 3.
Martha Driver — Transferred
from West High 2 ; Friendship Club
4 ; Program Chairman 4 ; National
Honor Society 4 ; Senior Play 4.
Harry Oberst — Transferred from
Collinwood 1 ; Glee Club 4 ; Manager
for Basketball 4.
Frances Smith — Glee Club 1-2-3;
Orchestra 4; G.A.C. Club 3; Friend-
ship Club 2-3-4; President 4; Inter-
club Council 3; Student Council -I;
Year Hook Stall' 4; A Cappella
Choir 3; National Honor Society 4:
Senior 1 May 4.
Russell I ,a m m ac hia — ( )rchestra
Betty Plies — Class Secretary 2;
Friendship Club 2-3-4 ; Secretary 3 ;
Advertising Committee 3-4; National
1 lonor Society 4.
Frank Laurich — Basketball 3-4
Stanley Potokar — Orchestra 1-4;
(.lee Club 4; Wrestling 3-4; Yean
Book Staff 4.
Ella Jaxe Blase — ( )rchestra 1-2-
3-4; Band 1-2-3-4; Friendship Club
2-3-4: G.A.C. Club 3-4; National
Honor Society 4.
Eleanor Rupnik — Glee Club 1-2-
3-4; In Cast of "Pickles" 2; G.A.C.
Club 3-4; Year Book Staff 4; A
Cappella Choir 3.
George Tilly — Band 1-2-3-4: Or-
Bill Werts — Senior Play 4.
Betty Critzer — Class Secretary 1 ;
Friendship Club 2-3-4 ; Treasurer 4 :
Glee Club 2-3-4; In Cast of "Belle of
Barcelona" ; G.A.C. Club 3-4.
Lenore Duffield — G.A.C. Club i
3-4: Friendship Club 3-4.
Richard Cooke — Band 1-4; Or-
Dorothy Casson — Friendship Club
2-3-4; Treasurer 3; Class Vice Presi-
dent 1 ; G.A.C. Club 4 ; Glee Club
Pianist 4 ; National Honor Society 4 ;
Senior Play 4.
Raymond Finucan — Baseball 2-4.
Melvin Azman — Football 2-3.
Jeannette Luikart — Friendship
Club 3-4; Glee Club 3-4; G.A.C.
Virginia Flower — Friendship
Club 3-4; G.A.C. Member 3; Shore
Breeze Start 4.
Tony Frabotto — - Baseball 2-4
Anna Cerjan — G.A.C. Club 3-4.
Margaret Kausek — Friendship
Club 2-3-4 ; Glee Club 4 ; Prom Com-
Elwood Sulzer — Track 3-4 ; Prom
Lee Kelly — Glee Club 3-4.
Jane Meloy — Friendship Club 2-
Dorothea Nahrstedt — G.A.C.
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GwENDOLIN Terry — School Book-
keeper 3-4 ; Glee Club 2-3-4.
Robert Maxwell — Band 1-2;
Glee Club 4 ; Student Council 2 ; Senior
Bernadine Norton — Friendship
Club 2-3-4; Year Book Staff 4.
Bill Bente — Glee Club 3-4; Band
1-2; Basketball 3-4; Student Council
4; Treasurer 4; Baseball 4.
Doris Brown — G.A.C. Club 3-4;
President 4; Friendship Club 1-2-3-4;
Vice President 3; Student Council 4.
Russell Borger — Class Vice Presi-
dent 3 ; Prom Committee 3.
Eleanor Sen war/. — Prom Com
mittee 3; Shore Breeze Staff 1-3-4
Glee Club 4; Friendship Club 3-4
Stage Scenery 3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4
Valedictorian 4; Year Book Staff 4
National Honor Society 4.
Vetus Syracuse — Orchestra 1-2-
3-4; Band 1-2-3-4; Concert Master
3-4 ; National Honor Society 4 ; Senior
I May 4.
Janet Nason — Friendship Club 2-
3-4; G.A.C. Club 3-4; Class Presi-
dent 1 ; Year Book Staff 4.
Bob Warren — Class Secretary 2 ;
Senior Play 4.
Katherine Skrobat — Friendship
Club 4 ; Glee Club 3-4.
Dick Walters — Assistant Basket-
ball Manager 2.
Jean Heick — Friendship Club 3-4.
Graduates whose pictures do not appear
in the Year Book
Raymond Browne — Transferred
from Warsaw, New York 4; Basket-
ball 4 ; Senior Play 4.
George Wilson — Entered from
East Hieh. Deceased March 20.
We wish to broadcast the fact that we have re-
ceived the usual contributions from the P.-T.A.
for the year book. We express our thanks for
the continued co-operation of this organization.
EACH broadcast comes to you directly
from the scene of a popular educational
rendezvous . . .
Girls' Glee Club Boys' Glee Club
NOW — the Friendship Club under the
direction of Miss Campbell, presents
its members who have been active in many
social, cultural and charitable projects.
Presidents (Margaret Stearns
Vice President Adeline Trudeau
Treasurer Dorothy Casson
Secretary Margaret Ray
Program Chairmen jB ETTY Crampton
Inter-Club Council Louise Witt
We now turn you over to our
Sportscaster ♦ ♦ •
Shore was again successful
in capturing the Eastern Confer-
ence Crown this year which made
it five times in the last six for
this accomplishment. Out of the
last 42 E. C. games the Admirals
have played they have won 38 of
those games, losing only four,
which is a record any coach can
be proud of. The only time in
the last five years Shore has not
been Conference Champs they
were runners up and were only
defeated by a close margin.
Shore has an enviable record this
year. They threw the ball through
the enemy's hoop for 323 points
while their opponents only scored
21 5 markers.
Jim Mattie was captain until
February and Bill Simmermacher
led the team for the rest of the
season and as they were the only
two letter men returning this
year, they were important cogs
in the championship machine.
Without the services of Buzz
Bente, James Fitzgerald, John
Buerkel, Tom Hayes and Ray
Browne, the team would have
been in a bad way.
There were no individual stars
on this year's quintet. It was
pure team work that landed the
Admirals on top. Each man was
as important as the next.
Coach Ford Case has Art Lep-
pert, Graham Mower, Bill Hoene
and Frank Crockett, and Carl
Carlson to build his team around
Earl Bollenbacher — Com-
monly called "Bolly." He was
captain of the football eleven,
leader of the wrestling squad and
a star catcher for the nine.
Shore is proud of his position on
the all suburban eleven.
James Mattie — Better known
as "Brother" Mattie. He spent
two years with the football squad
and three years around the bas-
ketball quintet. In his last year,
he was captain of the five and
received honorable mention on the
all-suburban football team.
Bill Simmermacher — "Sim-
my," basketball and football
player, was out of the football
line-up in his junior year, due to
a shoulder injury. He was on the
Varsity line-up for three years
and was captain of the quintet in
his last year.
Bill Clark — Versatile foot-
ball man and fast man on the
track. He assisted Mr. Case at
coaching during the football sea-
Harry Sterkel — Was a track
man. In his Junior year and
Senior year he won a bronze
track shoe in the public hall.
Tony Frabatto — His athletic
talents were unknown to Shore-
ites until his Senior year, when he
appeared as a regular on the
eleven. He also received honor-
able mention on the all-suburban
Benson Blackie — Is called
"Bud" by his friends, and ap-
peared on the wrestling squad
for two years.
Clyde "Mugsie" Steele — The
cheer leading athlete appeared as
a wrestler for one year and was
declared City Champ in the 135
pound class in his Senior year.
Elwood Sulzer — "Bromo," a
distance star on the cinder oval
and in the district meet last
spring he received a silver medal.
John Buerkel — Johnny was
a three sport-man. He displayed
his merits in basketball, football,
and track. He was most out-
standing in football and track.
Bill Bente — "Buzz" as he is
better known, made varsity bas-
ketball in his senior year. He also
displayed his talents on the dia-
Stan Potokar — A wrestler in
his senior year, did much to help
the grapplers during his stay at
Bob Johnston- — A grappler
for two years and made a fine
showing for himself as a loyal
son of Shore.
James Fitgerald — - "Fitz" as
he is called by his Pals, did not
appear on the Varsity basketball
team until his senior year. He
was a guard, played an excellent
floor game, and scored his share
of the points.
Ray Brown — Ray is a new-
comer to Shore and did not be-
come eligible until the last half
of his senior year when he proved
an important cog in the basket-
ball machine and is expected to
play on the baseball team.
In all the years wrestling has
been known to Shore, the Ad-
mirals, under Mr. Pohto's super-
vision have never failed to estab-
lish themselves as title contenders.
The Seniors were well repre-
sented on this year's wrestling
squad. The four seniors were
Benson Blackie, Clyde Steele,
Captain Bollenbacher and Bob
Jobnston. Clyde Steele last year
established himself as a City
Champ in the 135 pound class.
Shore again established it-
self as a title contender on the
gridiron this year. This is the
first time in Shore's history
that any gridder was named on
any honorary team. Earl Bollen-
bacher, co-captain, received this
honor by being named on the all-
suburban eleven. The other co-
captain, James Mattie, and Tony
Frabatto, a new man in Shore
athletics, also won honorable
mention on the same team. Coach
Case will lose six of his regulars
My Wh«r i. i true.
The wheel of fortune
t LOVE you TH» tV
Class Prophecy — June 1950
PROPHETS— Louise Witt, Eleanor Schwarz, Idamae Brigman
THIS is station A. L. U.M.N. I. broadcasting from the Shore High Casino
where New Year festivities for the year 1946 are about to begin. Allen
Hulsman, your local announcer, will introduce the guests as they arrive. In the
meantime let us take a peek around for familiar faces. Sure enough, over there
is the inimitable dance team, Bob Hever and Anne Cerjan, doing their sensational
"Minute Tapioca." Others warming up, Betty Critzer and Janet Nason, doing
taps ; Tony Frabotto crooning in another corner with Kay Hoene, our blues singer,
and look who's in the famous Casino Chorus : Mary Bucar, Jane Blase, Antonia
Gerjevic, Eleanor Rupnik, Edith Kusnic, Susan Hughes, Bertha Tomich, Margaret
Kausek, Evelyn Schlieker, Arlene Koepp and Rita Wallace. Directing this chorus
is none other than our maestro, Vetus Syracuse. Elwood Sulzer, the contortionist,
is putting on a show in the dressing room for the soda jerkers, Bill Werts, Stanley
Potokar, and Raymond Shultz ; the cigaret girls, Mary Meunier, Jane Meloy,
Jean Heick and Bernadine Norton ; and the check room attendants, Jean Bartlett,
Doris Brown and Justine Meyers. We would recognize that worried look any-
where. It is headwaiter, Rudolph Krall, and his tip-hungry crew, Ray Finucan,
Phillip Coulson, Stanley Jazbec, Ed Medved and Russell Lammachia. Who would
have expected to find Harry Oberst and Alfred Oglivie functioning as brawny
bouncers and Ed Wichern, of all people, the only one recorded as having had to
be bounced? The kitchen seems to be presided over by George Tully, the ail-
American chaff, who has as his able assistants Virginia Flower, Lenore Duffield,
Alida Korver, Dick Cook and Theresa Zivich. Managing the dishwashing crew
is Martha Driver.
Some of the guests are arriving and among the very first is the internationally
known speed king, Bob Tucker, with his mechanic, Roy Larick. Rose Tekavic,
the toast of Paris for her anesthetic dancing, now enters with Duke Floyd Perry.
The man in uniform is Benson Blackie, head of the coast guards. With him is
Jeannette Luikart, who is now with the Metropolitan — Life Insurance Co.
Well known men-about-town, Russell Borger and Frank Blattau are closely
followed by successful business girls, Frances Smith, Margaret Pokolic. Lois
Leppert, Betty Tucker, Catherine Skrobot and Gwendolyn Terry. Donald Sin-
clair, the radical speaker, has some trouble getting in, but is finally admitted.
Here comes the mad scientist, Earle Gregg, test tube in one hand and camera
in the other, and his noble assistant, Stanley Schmidt. Strike us pink if it isn't
Ray Fuerst and his "Nine-strike-out" baseball team composed of Clyde Hooker,
Edwin Bochel, Edward Yeip, Art Nauth, Lee Kelly, Dick Walters, Bill Steven-
son, Melvin Azman and James Fitzgerald, coming to join the fun.
Much of the merriment has been provided for this evening by the generosity
of the two millionaires, Bill Simmermacher and Ray Browne, who made fortunes
from steam-heated bird cages and squirtless grapefruit patents. June Rose, the
town's leading photographer, enters with a Camer-on her shoulder. Somebody's
Pommeranian got in in spite of all the waiters, but dog-catcher, Art Yeip, soon
had the situation under control. So would Idamae Brigman, if anyone should say
is there a doctor in the house?
Red Williams, political boss of Podunk, arrives ; followed by hungry office
seekers, Lenore Tiffany, Bill Bente, Bob Maxwell, Ruth Jehlicka and Stanley
Pengal. The snoopy press is represented by Louise Witt, reporter "off-and-on"
on Harry Sterkel's "Bad News." Gertrude Kopp, energetic policewoman, sneakes
in with detective Bill Clark of Backlandyard to attempt a roundup of the notorious
"Smoke-ring" composed of Bob Warren, Ruth Grove, Grace Roberts, Joe Ciezsko,
Ellen Channell, Betty Plies, Rosalie Conrad and Bill Cowin. Eleanor Schwarz has
been busy sketching celebrities for the morning edition of the "Bad News" while
Bob Johnston, Frank Laurich, Dorothea Nahrstedt, Jean Mizner, and George
Wilson have just danced and danced. Margaret McKean, Margaret Ray, and
Dorothy Casson are so busy with their work to reform flaming youth all over
the country that they just managed to get here as your announcer signs off. We
now turn you over to station G.O.O.D. L.U.C.K. with the best of wishes.
We Pause a Moment for Station Announcement
CASTLE-BOTTOM CREAM presents Major Steele and his amateurs!
"All right, all right. The Castle-bottom amateur show welcomes you to an-
other of its yearly performances, with the amateurs of the evening selected by
the wheel of fortune. Around and 'round she goes, and where she stops, nobody
knows. First on the program this evening we want to introduce some of the men
behind the scenes of our show, particularly the gong-keeper, Ed Ryder, and the
man who takes care of the static, Floyd Overacre. Our first entertainer from
the ranks of the amateurs is a little girl from the sunny south, Rosemary Melcher,
singing "O Promise Me." Then we have several tried and true recipes from the
kitchen of an amateur housewife, Zelda Newman. Following Zelda is a self-
acclaimed ssensation in the form of Earl Bollenbacher, in an act that has caused
loud comment in his native state, for he will spin a baby grand piano on the in-
dex finger of his right hand. The winsome miss next to approach the platform
is Jane Mattie, who will give a reading of the "Charge of the Light Brigade."
Next on the program we have a little lad who has practiced diligently on his
axelphone until he has become quite proficient, none other than Bob Stick. To
turn to a more intellectual type of entertainment, Alvira Patti will give a short
talk on a woman's viewpoint of football, which will be followed by a startling
series of acrobatic exercises by Matilda Miese. Succeeding this, John Wightman
will croon a few love songs in his best Bing Crosby style. Following, some origi-
nal poems will be read by Angela Ocvirak, and Josephine Hribar, commonly known
as "Chatterbox," will entertain in her field of comedy. A Jew's Harp solo will
next be rendered by Adeline Trudeau, late of the Philadelphia Symphony Orches-
tra, and then Mauris Mac Williams will demonstrate in his own inimitable style,
various forms of snoring, which are apparently well-known to him. At this time,
Dorothy "Shirley Temple" Moffet will perform in a song and dance act, and then
Virginia Chance will give an interesting talk on "How to Raise a Family of Eight
on Fifteen Dollars a Week." Lillian Bluem, traveler and lecturer, will sing several
German folk songs. At this point, we pause to hear from Lady Castle-bottom
Mihelich, who will tell you why you should try her face cream to insure a silky
smooth complexion. The latest gossip and scandal of the city's night life will then
be revealed by that scion of the night clubs, James Parisi. Following this, Betty
Stewart will demonstrate her skill at bouncing spoons into a glass of any size,
weight, or description, and Pearl Waltermire, the queen of old maids, will give a
talk on the raising and feeding of cats, — alley and Persian. Then Margaret Stearns
will sing "Chloe" in her most passionate manner, followed by impersonations of
stage and screen celebrities by James Mattie. Dorothy Clark is next on the
program with a tap dance in the Powell-Keeler fashion, and John Buerkel will
give a guaranteed interesting talk on "How to Capture a Maiden's Heart in Six
Easy Lessons." Eileen Ischay, who is a candidate for this year's Pulitzer Prize,
will dramatize the last act of her hit play, and then two aspiring opera singers,
Betty Crampton and Bob Stranahan, will sing "Listen to the Mocking Bird." The
adventures of Popeye the sailor man will be sung by Philip Jordan, and to con-
clude the program the hostess of station B-L-A-H, Margaret Maloney, will give a
short talk encourging you to come up and see us sometime.
Things We Will Always Remember
How we admired all the seniors, especially the foothall players !
Frances Smith's collection of leaves for Biology which Mr. Spangler insisted
never would be equaled.
The biggest thrill in the week, the tag dances Friday afternoons.
Lois Leppert and Doris Weir fighting over Dick Finan.
Alida Korver won a silver loving cup for a statue she made.
Donald Sinclair got his name in the Breeze for his debating.
Margaret Ray cut her long curls.
The two presidents were Margaret Stearns and Janet Nason.
Mr. Richardson was the mid-year class sponsor, and set many freshies' hearts
At the mid-year class party Miss Cockerill let her hair down.
Betty Plies fell over backward during the Friendship Club's play at an
Russell Yochim and his brother Bob left for California.
The Quien Sabe Club began and ended.
Quite a few Sophs were thrilled with bids to the Prom.
At the June class' annual party the fellows played cards on one side of the
room and the girls danced on the other.
Bob Tucker and Lois Leppert fell down at the same party.
Ray Fuerst and Margaret Stearns presided over the classes.
Miss Williams, alias "The Matchmaker," brought Earle Gregg and Dorothy
Davies together during registration.
Betty Critzer had the measles.
At the G.A.C. banquet, strawberry shortcake was spilled on Louise Witt's
The ABC Club still had meetings pretty regularly.
Bill Simmermacher got all broken up during football practice.
Idamae Brigman, Virginia Flower, and Betty Critzer told tall tales at the
Friendship Club supper.
Our Spanish Prom was the best one to be held at Shore.
Betty Stewart breaking dishes in "Good News."
Margaret Steam's reflection in the mirror during the Senior Play.
"Mugsie" Steele trying to memorize his lines for the play.
The mid-year graduating class going "Alpine" for their banquet.
Shore gets their first talking pictures and from the profit has a series of un-
"Bolly" getting second place in the A.A.U.
Parade sponsored by the Council — rain made the colors run.
Official Photographer and Publisher
Chesshire Studios, Cleveland, Ohio