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Full text of "Euclid Shore High School - The Log"

THE PREAMBLE 

• 

We, the members of "The Log" 
staff, in order to create more pleas- 
ant memories, insure everlasting 
friendships, provide tranquil hours of 
entertainment, promote good feeling to 
all, and secure the faces of our class- 
mates among our treasured reminis- 
cences, do hereby edit and publish 
this annual for the students of Shore 
High School. 




Page Two 



Bebtcatton 

VLo 0uv MotfovZ anb Jf attjersf 

• 

We. the Senior Class of 1940 
wish to dedicate this annual 
to our parents in an attempt 
t o express t h e appreciation 
which we i e el but seldom 
make known. 




Page Three 



3n Jfflemorp of 



JOHN MONTANA 
ARVINE THOMPSON 
WILFRED GUHL 

7\[o?ie \new thee but to love thee, 
7\[or named thee but to praise." 

— FitZ'Greene Hallbec\ 



Page Four 



• CONTENTS 

• 

REVIEWING SHORE. 

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO 6 

TODAY ., ; 7 

INTRODUCING THE FACULTY 

FACULTY ..." 9 

GUESS WHO ...14 

GOING ON ALONE 

JANUARY GRADUATES 16 

JUNE GRADUATES '. 20 

STRIVING TO CONQUER 

JUNIORS - : 32 

SOPHOMORES 34 

FRESHMEN ...37 

KEEPING ONE OCCUPIED 

FRIENDSHIP CLUB 42 

HI - Y 43 

MUSIC ...46 

STUDENT COUNCIL 46 

"AD" COMMITTEE 47 

BREEZE .48 

LOG ...49 

SCORING STILL HIGH 

FOOTBALL ..52 

BASKETBALL 56 

HOCKEY 60 

WRESTLING 62 

TRACK 63 

BASEBALL ....64 

LIVING AT SHORE 

- .66 

ADVERTISING APPRECIATED 

- - 69 



Page Five 



SHORE.... 1915 




19 15 — before the Great War . . . before Lindbergh's flight . . . before 
ByrcTs Antarctic Expeditions ... a new school graces the landscape of Euclid, 
and is officially named SHORE. The eighteen students who roam the corridors al- 
most get lost going from one to another of the four classrooms! One enters the 
library, and spends a great deal of time scrutinizing the books, which almost fill up 
two shelves. At the meeting of the senior class, both members have revolutionary 
ideas for improvements concerning the school; one even ventures to predict that the 
school will increase to fifty members in the future. Can such a change occur over 
a period of only a few years? 



Superintendent 



Principal 





JOEL C. OLDT 



GEORGE A. HONEY 



\e Six 



SHORE . . . . 1940 




19 4 — the year of miracles. One thousand students now occupy the two 
score of rooms. Two gymnasiums, a modern auditorium, the chemistry laboratory, 
a great deal of new equipment, and many modern conveniences ... all these 
things are apparent even upon a hasty inspection of the building. SHORE had win- 
ners in oratorical and essay contests, has been given a high ranking for the "Breeze", 
is a member of the North Central Association of Accredited Schools, has acquired 
state-wide recognition in athletics . . . these arc but a few of the honors achieved 
by the school. 



Superintendent 



Principal 






RUSSELL H. ERWINE 



LEONARD E. LOOS 



Page Seven 



A BCDEF 




OUR GUIDING LIGHTS 




MISS ALBRECHT 

Miss Alhrccht, dean of girls, is 
on hand to discuss vocational and 
career problems. She has complete 
charge of all the attendance rec 
ords of the entire school. Her un' 
tiring patience is a great asset to 
the school. 





MR. PEAKE 

Mr. Peake, dean of boys, is ready 
to discuss problems, either personal 
or otherwise, with any student. He 
has placed innumerable boys and 
girls in some field of employment, 
both while they are in school and 
after they have been graduated. 
Among his other varied duties are 
assisting in scheduling. Through his. 
conscientiousness and hard work 
our days at Shore have been made 
more profitable. 



Mr. Voorhees, director of pupil 
personnel, is known to very few 
students other than those who meet 
him under rather unfavorable con' 
ditions. He checks up on attend- 
ance cases, is attempting to im- 
prove the placement system so that 
more pupils may find work, and as- 
sists in many other respects. All of 
which makes him one of the most 
valuable members of the staff. 



MR. VOORHEES 



Page Ten 




MISS 

AINGWORTH 

"Very good" 
English 



MR. ANGENE 

"I must have a 
note to that 
effect." 

English 



MR. BANDLOW 
"Who's absent 
today?" 
Social Studies 



MISS 

CAMPBELL 
"Surely" 
English 



MR. CARD 

"Bitte ruhig!" 

German 

English 



Drama 



MR. CASE 

"All right, boys." 
Industrial Arts 



MISS CRONE 
"Boys! Please be 
quiet!" 

Science 

Mathcmatic 



MISS DARST 
"All right, write! 
Ten words." 
Commercial 



MISS DAVIS 

"S.sh!" 

English 

Social Studies 



MISS 

DELAMATER 

"Pour demain - 

English 

French 



MR. FINCH 

"All right!" 
Commercial 



MR. GEBHART 

"Don't be so 
obviously 
comfortable." 
Science 

Biology 



Page Eleven 




MISS GILL 
"Stop talking 
when the 
whistle blows." 
Physical Education 



MISS LEMON 
"Quiet" 
Home Economics 



MR. PHILLIPS 
"Do you get it?" 
Physics 
Chemistry 
General Science 



MISS PHYPERS 
"May I have your 
attention?" 
Typing 



MISS PIERSON 

"J^ow, do you 
understand 
that?" 
Social Studies 

English 



MR. POHTO 

"I thinl{ that will 
be enough of that 
for the time 
being." 
Mathematics 
Mechanical 

Drawing 



MR. RHOADES 
"Yes" 

Mathematics 



MISS 
ROSENBERGER 

"Oh, for mercy 
sa\es!" 

Home Arts 




MR. SCHMIDT 

"Cut the 

mon\ey business." 
Social Studies 

Physical Education 



MR. 

SCHWEGLER 

"It doesn't ma\e 
any difference 
to me." 
World History 



MR. 

SPANGLER 

"The sum and 
substance 
of it all." 
Biology 

General Science 



MISS 

STAUFFER 
"If so, how so, 

and why?" 
Science 



Page Twelve 




MR. STUBBART 

"N.ou> read the 
problem again 
slowly." 
Mathematics 



MR. 
SWACKHAMER 
"We won't go till 
you get quiet." 
Physical 

Education 



MR. TEETER 
"Learn to 
sight read 1 " 
Music 



MR. 
VACCARIELLO 

"When in doubt, 
play trump." 
French 

English 
General Language 



MR. VAUGHN 

"Be .specific." 
Journalism 
Printing 

Social Studies 



MRS. WILSON 

"?<low, people, 
let's get quiet." 
Mathematics 



MISS 
WENDELBURGH 

"Where's your 
admit?" 
Art Crafts 



MR. WINTERS 
"How, what 
was wrong?" 
Driving 

Industrial Arts 



MR. 

WHITESIDE 

"All things 

being equal" 
American History 



MISS 
WOODWORTH 

"In other 
words" 
Mathematics 



MISS WILLIAMS 
"Ours is not to 
reason why; 
ours is but to 
do or die." 
Latin 

English 



MISS HORVATH 
"Let me see 
your tonsils" 

School Nurse 




Page Thirteen 




I t I I I I t I 
III' 



EDUCATION 




INDU5TRV 



JUNE CLASS 

President Anthony Papouschek 

Secretary Jean Kodger 

Treasurer Richard Grove 



Seniors, at last! Now that we have earned that long cherished title 
we look forward to the future with great expectations. As Seniors we 
become concerned about the organisation of the class activities, the studies 
of "Looking for a Job," the discussing of future plans. 

As seniors we look back to our leadership in scholastic records, to 
our untiring energy in school activities. We take pride in our Senior play, 
in helping to lead our championship teams to victory. They were good 
teams and we know that they will be well-known in the future for their 
winning spirit and sportsmanship. 

Those last few weeks brought many of the best pleasures of high 
school. The class party, the Prom, the memorable Senior Banquet and 
last but not least Commencement. We leave a little sadly but joyously 
to fac the doubtful future and seek ever desirable success. 



JANUARY CLASS 

President William Giesse 

Vice-president-... Robert Rhoades 

Treasurer Anthony Lo Re 

Secretary Mel Murray 



Page Sixteen 



LOISJEAN ALLENDAR CHARLES ARMOCIDA 

Glee Club 1, 2; Cap and Gown 4; "Charley" 

Dancing 2; Drama 3; Antique Club -* Wrestling 3, 4; Breeze 3, 4; Camera 
4. 4; Radio 2; Senior Banquet 4; Avia- 

tion 1 . 



PATRICIA ASHLEY 

"Pat" 
Glee Club 3; A Capella Choir 1, 2, 
Sec. 2; Breeze 3, 4; Friendship 1, 2; 
Drama 3, 4. 



MARGARET BEZDEK 

"Little Joe" 
Senior Assembly 4; G. A. C. 1, 2, 
3, 4; G. L. C. 4; Breeze 4; Friend- 
ship 4; Knitting 1; Recreation 2, 3. 



JACK BLEW 

Hockey 3: Baseball 1; Chorus 2; 

Drama 3, 4; Senior Play 3, 4. 



EDWARD BRONAKA 

"Ed- 
Football 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4: Cam- 
era 2. 



THERESA CALABRESE 

"Twin" 
Ring 4; Senior Assembly 4; Cap 
and Gown 4; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dancing 3; Auto 4; Typing 1; 
Archery 2. 



ALVINA BARAGA 
Senior Assembly 4; G. A. C. 3, 4; 
Auto 4; Social Dancing 3; Theory 
and Harmony 1. 



JACK BLATTEAU 
Hockey 4; Breeze 4; Hi-Y 3; Print- 
ing 4. 



ELEANOR BREZEC 

"Breezy" 
Chorus 3; G. A. C. 2; G. L. C. 3; 
Friendship 4; Typing 3; Hiking 2; 
Recreation 2; Knitting 3; Dancing 



FLORENCE CALABRESE 

"Tuun" 
Ring 4; Senior Assembly 4; G. A. 
C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Auto 4; Radio 1; 
Business 2; Flowers 4. 



JAMES CARRIE 



"Jim" 
Hi-Y 1; Engineers 2. 




Page Seventeen 




JEANNE DALE 

Glee Club 1, 2; Chorus 3, 4; Senior 
Banquet 4; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3; Breeze 
1, 2, 3; Senior Play 4 Ad Com. 2; 
Friendship 4; Whirlo 3, 4; Hiking 



IRENE FITZPATRICK 

"Fitzy" 
Glee Club 1; Chorus 2, 3; Robed 
Choir 3, 4; Senior Assembly 4; 
Senior Play 4; Drama 1, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM GIESSE 



"Bill" 
Student Council 1: 
4; Ring 4; Senior 
tures 4; Hl-Y 3, 
Auto 1. 



Class President 
Banquet 4; Pic- 
4; Dancing 1; 



ROBERT GROSSMAN 

"Baldy" 
Student Council 2, 4; Football 3, 
4; Cap and Gown 4; Basketball 1; 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; B. L. C. 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 4. 



ANTHONY LO LE 

"Tony" 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 
4, Vice-pres. 3, Treas. 3, 4; Senior 
Banquet 4; Art 1; Senior Assembly 
4. 



MEL MURRAY 

"Murph" 
Entered from Collinwood 4; Track 
4; Printing 4; Class Secretary 4. 



DOROTHY DANIEL 

"Dot" 
Student Council 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 
1, 2: Chorus 2, 3, Sec'y 3, Treas. 

1, 2: Senior Banquet 4; Senior As- 
sembly 4; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Breeze 2, 3: Ring 3; Friendship 

2, 3, 4. 



BERNICE GIAMPOLI 
Class Secretary 2; Ring 4; Senior 
Assembly 4; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship 1, 2; Auto 2; Charm 3; 
Business 2. 



FRED GOLE 

Baseball Manager 4: B. L. C. 4: 
Senior Assembly 4; Auto 4; Busi' 
ness 3. 



WOODWARD JOHNSTON 

"Woody" 
Cap and Gown 4; Hi-Y 4. 



HELEN MAZICK 
Class Secretary 2, 3; Ring 4: Senior 
Assembly 4; Pictures 4; Flowers 4: 
G. A. C. 4; Friendship 2: Auto 4: 
Typing 2; Social Dancing 3; Busi- 
ness 3. 



MAX NEMIC 

"Levie" 
Football 4; Track 
Riding 2, 3. 



4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 



Page Eighteen 



ELEANOR ORAVETZ 
Senior Assembly 4; Senior Banquet 
4; Capella Choir 2; Auto 4; Recrea- 
tion 3; Travel 3; Knitting 2; Danc- 
ing 1, 3. 



ROBERT RHOADES 

"Dusty" 
Student Council 4; Student Council 
Advisory Board 4; Basketball 2; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 
4; Prom 3; Senior Banquet 4; Pic- 
tuies 3; Announcements and Cards 
Ch. 4; Annual 4; Hi-Y 3, 4: Cheer- 
leading 4; Stamp Club 1. 



ELAINE SCHREIBER 
Senior Assembly 4; Theory and Har- 
mony 1; Friendship 2; Recreation 
3; Dancing 1; Woman's Vocation 3. 



RICHARD WACHTELL 

"Du\- 
Baseball 3; Printing 3; Rifle 4; Scale 
and Triangle 2. 



LEONARD PALKO 

"Lenny" 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 3; Hocke 
2, 3, '4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Breez 

2, 3. 



EDWARD SAVCHEK 

"Ed" 
Baseball Manager 
sembly 4; Auto- 4; 
and Triangle 2. 



4; Senior As- 
usiness 3; Scale 



DOROTHY SOMRAK 
"Dot" 

Class Secretary 1; Ring 3; Flower; 
4; Auto 4; Senior Assembly 4; Dane 
ing 2; Business 3; Knitting 1. 



WINIFRED WITT 




"Pin\y" 




Glee Club 3, 4; Senior As: 


sembly 4; 


Friendship 3; Driving 3; 


Dancing 


3; Drama 3. 





VIRGINIA ZUST 

"Ginger" 
Student Council 1, 2; Annual 4; 
Pictures 4; Senior Assembly 4; Rec- 
reation 2; A Capella Choir 2; Danc- 
ing 3; Auto 1; Travel 3; Knitting 
1 Auto 4. 




Graduates Not Having Pictures 



JOSEPH CURTO 

"]oe" 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basebal 
Basketball 2, 3, 4. 



GEORGE KALIOPE 

Wrestling 2; Class Sec'y 2; Class 
Treas. 3; Senior Assembly 4; Danc- 
ing 2, 3; Travel Club 4. 



ANTON LONCAR 
"Tony" 

Baseball 3; Senior Assembly 4; 
Dancing 2; Auto 4; Aviation 2; 
Mechanical Drawing 3. 



DOROTHY SWECH 

"Dot" 
Senior Assembly 4; Auto 1, 4; Rec- 
reation 2; Dancing 3; Travel 3; 
Knitting 1; A Capella Choir 2. 



Page T^ineteen 







ANNA BARRESI 
"BUckie" 

Knitting 1; Typing 1; Recreation 2: 
Social Dancing 3; Friendship 4. 



ALAN BOCKEL 
"AJ" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Prom Com. 3: 
Camera 1 . 




VIRGINIA BOLAND 

"Ginger" 
Entered Senior year from Villa An- 
gela; Friendship 4; Breeze 4. 



BETTY BUELL 

•'Bets" 
Chorus 2, 3; Student Council 3; 
Class Vice-president 3: Pictures 
Com. 4; Breeze Staff 3; Annual 
Staff 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4. 



RUDOLPH BOGATY 

"Bogy'' 
Football 3: Baseball 3; B. L. C. 4; 
Hi-Y 3. 



MARY ALICE COX 

"Coxy" 
Prom Dec. Ch. 3; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 
4; Breeze Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Art Club 1; Recreation 2, 3; Fried- 
ship 4. 



BETTY BECK 

"Bec\y" 
Entered from Collinwood in Sopho- 
more year; Friendship 3, 4. 



BETTY BOHATKA 
"Betts" 

Friendship 4; Woman's Vocation 1; 
Dancing 3. 



IRENE BORLICK 

"Bunny" 
Friendship 4; Knitting 1; Theory 
and Harmony 2; Dancing 3. 



LOREN BULLARD 

"]r." 
Entered from Euclid Central Fresh- 
man year; Track 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 
3 4; Robed Choir 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 
4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Prom 3; Pic- 
tures Com. 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Annual 4. 



ALBERT CAMPITELLI 

"Al" 
Football 3; Basketball 2, 3; Track 
2, 4; Prom 3; B. L. C. 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Dancing 2. 



PATRICIA DAILEY 

"Comrade" 
Entered from Villa Angela in Junior 
year; Glee Club 3; Breeze Staff 4; 
Drama 3, 4. 



ie Twenty 



WILLIAM DITRICH 

"Dike" 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 3, 4; Track 3,' 4; Ring 3; 
Prom 3; Hi-Y 3, 4; All Sports 1, 2. 



MURIEL ELLIOTT 

"Red" 
Glee Club 1; Whirlo 3; 
Camera 3. 



Auto 4; 



RALPH FANTA 

"Raff- 
Football 2, 3; Chorus 1, 2, 3; 
3; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Auto 1. 



EDWARD GIBSON 

"Shorty" 
Chorus 2, 3; Robed Choir 3; Class 
President 2; Class Vice-president 1; 
Prom 3; Ad Com. 3: Senior Play 
1; Hi-Y 2, 3; Camera 2. 



MARY GOLINAR 

"Mic" 
Breeze 4; Recreation 4; Dancing 

2, 3. 



RICHARD GROVE 

"Fuzzy" 
Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Class 
Treasurer 3, 4; Prom 3; B. L. C. 2; 
Movie Booth 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Camera 1; Art 1. 



ELIZABETH DREER 

"Blondie" 
Student Council 4; Glee Club 1; 
Ring 3; Prom Ch. 3; Cap and 
Gown 4; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; G. 
L. G. 3, 4; Friendship 2, 4; Recrea. 
tion 3; Whirlo 3, 4; Vice-president 
4; Knitting 1; Breeze 4; Annual 
Staff 4. 



DE FOREST EWELL 

"De" 
Hockey 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; Kent 1; 
Hi-Y 2, 3, A\ 



NORMAN FIDDES 

"Boe" 
Entered from Collinwood Junior 
year; Hi-Y 3, 4. 



HATTIE GOLE 

"Hattie" 
Glee Club 1; Class Sec'y 1; Friend- 
ship 4; Dancing 1; Typing 1; Busi- 
ness 2; Weaving 3; Knitting 3. 



ISABEL GRANN 

"Izzy" 
Student Council 1; Glee Club 1, 2; 
Chorus 1, 2; A Capella Choir 1; 
G. A. C. 1: Friendship 1, 2: Recrea- 
tion 1; Dancing 1; Camera 1. 



WILLIAM HAY 

"Hey, Hay" 
Entered from Shaw Senior year; 
Football 4; Baseball 4; Wrestling 
4; Hi-Y 4. 




Page Twenty-one 




THEODORE HERRICK 

"Pomeroy" 
Entered from Cleveland Heights in 
Junior year; Football 4; Hockey 4; 
Hi-Y 4; Annual Staff 4; Tennis 3, 4. 



DOROTHY HUEBER 

"Dotty" 
Class Vice-president 3; Ring 3; 
Prom 3; Pictures 3; Breeze 4; An- 
nual Staff 4; Recreation 2: Friend- 
ship 3, 4. 



JOSEPH IACOBACCI 

"Joe" 
Football 2, 3, 4; B. L. C. 1: 2, 3, 4: 
Wrestling manager 4. 



MARGE HORN 

"Spar\y" 
Student Council 1. 4; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Prom 3; G. A. C. 

1, 2, 3, 4; Breeze 3, 4; Friendship 

2, 3, 4. 



HELENE HUG 

"Red" 
Class Treas. 3; Ring 2, 3; Prom 3: 
Senior Banquet 4: G. A. C. 3, 4; 
Breeze 3, 4; Annual 4; Friendship 
3, 4. 



MARY ANN INTIHAR 

"Slugger" 
Breeze 4; Recreation 2; Typing 1; 
Dancing 3; Charm 4. 



WALTER JACKSHAW JOHN JAGODNIK 

"Wdliy "Johnny" 

Baseball 4: Chorus 2; Ring 3; Prom Kent 1; Camera 1, 2; Social Dane 

3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Breeze 3, 4; Sr. ing 3. 
Play 4; Dancing 1. 



Jfefc 



WILLIAM JANES 
"]in\s" 

Football 3, 4; Wrestling 3; Ring 3; 
B. L. C. 2; Hi-Y 3, 4. 



WILLARD KIER 

"Professor" 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; 
Robed Choir 1, 2, 3; Ring 3, 4; 
Prom 3; Hi-Y 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3, 4; A Capella Choir 2, 3. 



DORIS JOHNSON 

"Dorry" 
Glee Club 1, 4; Prom 3: Breeze 4; 
G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual 4; 
Recreation 2, 3; Friendship 4; Vice- 
president Drama 1; Dancing 1. 



JEAN KELLY 

"Shrimp" 
Glee Club 3; Chorus 2; Friendship 
4: Whirlo 2, 3; Recreation 2; Drama 
2; Dancing 3. 



Page Twentytwo 



V 



BETTIE KIRCHNER 

"Swany" 
Friendship 4; Camera 3; Knitting 



VIOLET KNEZEVICH 

"VI" 

Chorus 3; Homeroom 3; Auto 
Charm 3; Typing 2; Knitting 1. 



ROBERT KREBS 

"Roberto" 
Printing 4. 



ROBERT LLOYD 
"Curly" 

Hockey 3, 4; Dancing 3; Auto 4; 
Social Dancing 3. 



JOAN LORANGER 

"]oe" 
Glee Club 1; Chorus 3; Pres. 4 
Sec'y 3; Class Sec'y 3; Homeroom 4 
Prom 3; Pictures 4; Annual 4 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Drama 1. 



WILBUR MAC DOUGALL 

"Bud" 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Ring 
4; Annual 4; Hi-Y 4; Dancing 3; 
Auto 2; Social Dancing 1. 



JEAN KIRCHNER 

-Kirch" 
Ring 3 Prom 3; G. A. C. 2, 3, 4; 
G. L. C. 4; Friendship 3, 4; Rec- 
reation 2; Auto 2; Typing 1; Mod- 
ern Dancing 4. 



JEAN RODGER 

"Toddy" 

Class Sec'y '4; Pictures 4; G. A. C. 
3; G. L. C. 3, 4; Breeze 3; Log 4: 
Cheerleading 2, 3; Friendship 3, 4; 
Modern Dancing 4; Business 1. 



JANICE LAWRENCE 

"J art" 
Glee Club 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; G. A. 
C. 2; G. L. C. 3, 4; Recreation 1, 
2, 4; Whirlo 3. 



VIRGIL LONG 

"Wolf- 
Chorus 3; Prom 3: Hi-Y 3, 4; Rec- 
reation 1; Whirlo 4; Auto 2; Tap 
and Acrobatic Dancing 2. 



MARY ELIZABETH LUIKART 

-Biz" 
Chorus 1, 2; Robed Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Ring 3; Prom 3; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G. L. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Breeze 4; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Dancing 4; Drama 1; 
Modern Dancing 4; Annual 4. 



JOHN MALDOVAN 

"Johnny" 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Breeze 4; Hi-Y 3, 4. 




Page Twenty-three 




EDNA MATHEKE 

"Edie" 
Class Treas. 3; Ring 3; Recreation 
2; Friendship 3, 4; Ad Com. 3; 
Dancing 1; Knitting 1. 



MARY ELLEN McKEON 

"Mickey" 
Prom 3; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Breeze 
1, 2, 3, 4; Annual 4; Friendship 2, 
3, 4; Program Ch. Friendship 4. 



FRED McNAMARA 

"Mac" 
Breeze 3; Annual 3, 4; Camera 1, 
Vice-president 3, President 4. 



FRANCIS MEUNIER 

"Fran" 
Entered from Villa Maria junior 
year; G. A. C. 3, 4; G. L. C. 4; 
Breeze 2, Editor 4; Annual 4; 
Friendship 3, 4. 



ROBERT MILLER 

"Bobby" 
Prom 3; Breeze 4; Annual 4; Whirlo 
4; Camera 1; Dancing 2; Printing 3. 



DANIEL NOVINC 

"Dannv" 
Entered from Cathedral Latin Fresh- 
man year; Rifle Club Treas. 4. 



NICK MATTEO 

"Joe" 
Wrestling 4; B. L. C. 2, 3, 4; 
Whirlo 3, Treas. 4; Boxing and 
Wrestling 4. 



EUGENE McKIMMEY 
Track 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Avia- 
tion 2; Dancing 3. 



SUSAN METZ 

"Suzy" 
Prom Com. 3; Cap and Gown Com 
4; G. A. C. 3, 4; Breeze 3, 4; An- 
nual 4; Kent 2; Friendship 2, 3, 
Sec'y 4; Pres. H. R. 3. 



CHARLES MEZZACAPPA 

"Chuck" 
Basketball manager 4; Hi-Y 4; Danc- 
ing 3. 



JEAN MORRIS 

"Morry" 
Student Council 3; Ring 3; Prom 
3; Pictures Com. 4; G. A. C. 1, 2 
3, 4; G. L. C. 4; Breeze 4 Annual 
4; Cheerleading 2, 3; Friendship 2, 
3, 4 Kent 1. 



BETTY JANE OERGEL 

"Boots" 
Entered from John Adams Junior 



year Friendship 4. 



Page Twenty-four 



ANTHONY PAPOUSCHEK 

"Babe" 
Student Council 1, 3, 4; Student 
Advisory Board 3, 4: Football 3, 4 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4 
Track 3, 4; Class Pres. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Hi-Y 4; Ring 3; Prom 3; B. L. C 
1, 2, 3; Movie Booth 2; Hi-Y 2, 3 
Rcreation 1. 



SAMUEL PARISI 

"Sam" 
Football 2, 3, 4; B. L. C. 1, 



I, 3, 4. 



FLORENCE PERME 

"Flo- 
Friendship 2, 3, 4: Tap and Acro- 
batic Dancing 3. 



JEANNE PRESLEY 

"Lotus" 
Glee Club 2; Chorus 2; Robed Choir 
3; Camera 2; Charm 4; Knitting 2. 



MAXINE ROSENBERG 
"Max" 

Glee Club 2; Chorus 1; Drama 1 
2, 3. 



LOIS SAWITKE 

"Ln" 
Entered from Cleveland Heights in 
Junior year; Friendship 4; Modern 
Dancing 4. 



JEANNETTE PARDEY 

"Tiny" 
Glee Club 2, 3; Chorus 3; Robed 
Choir 2, 3; A Capella Choir 1; 
Prom 3; Breeze 3, 4; Annual 4; 
Friendship 3, 4; Drama 3; Art 1. 



CHRISTINE PENZA 

"Tina" 
Entered from Willoughy in Senior 
year; G. A. C. 4; G. L. C. 4; Cafe- 
teria 4. 



ELLA POPOVIC 

"Bunnynose" 
Secretary 1; Class Sec'y 3; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Dancing 3; Knitting 1. 



JOHN ROBERTS 

"Peanuts" 
Entered from Shaw in Sophomore 
year. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; 
Movie Booth 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; Danc- 
ing 3; Auto 2. 



ELIZABETH SAISALL 

"Libis" 
Prom 3; Breeze 4; Annual 4; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4; Modern Dancing 4; 
Ad Committee 3. 



GEORGE SCHWARZ 

"Wilbur" 
Student Council 1, 3; Basketball 1, 
2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Pres. 1; 
Debate 1; Kent 1; B. L. C 1; Movie 
Booth 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; Auto 
2; Shop 1. 




Page Twenty-five 




RICHARD SCHROEDER 

■■Dic\" 
Football 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Ten- 



nis 3; Ad Com. 
Engineers 2. 



3; Hi-Y 3, 4; 



LILLIAN SIERS 

"Lil" 

Chorus 3; G. A. C. 1; Theory and 

Harmony 3; Knitting 1; Dancing 

3; Typing 3; Friendship 4. 



KATHRYN SPACKMAN 

"Kay- 
Safe Drivers 4; Entered from West 
High in Junior year. 



IRMA TELICH 

"Irm" 
Glee Club 1, 4; Chorus 1; Knitting 
1; Play 4; Friendship 2, 3, 4. 



EVELYN WACHTELL 

"Evie" 

Glee Club 1; Whirlo 3; Dancing 1; 

Typing 2: Friendship 4. 



EDWARD WALTERS 

"Eddie" 
Ring 3; Movie Booth 4; Dancing 
1, 3; Scale and Triangle 2; Hi-Y 3, 
Chr. Attendance Com. 4. 



BETTY SHAFER 

"Bets" 
Entered in Junior year from Collm- 
wood; Glee Club 3; Chorus 3, 4: 
Robed Choir 3, 4; Prom Com. 3; 
Friendship 4. 



CLARINE SIMPSON 
Accompanist 3, 4; Theory and Har- 
mony 2; Radio 1; Drama 1; Travel 
3: Friendship 2, 4. 



PHILLIP SYRACUSE 

"Felix" 
Baseball 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- 
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; 
Class Vice-pres. 3; Dancing 1; Auto 
2. 



MARJORIE VANDERVOORT 

"Shorty" 
Band 3, 4; Cap and Gown 4; G. A. 
C. 1, 4; G. L. C. 1, 4; Friendship 
3, 4. 



MAE WALTERMIRE 

"Masxe" 
Chorus 2: G. A. C. 1, 2; Friendship 

2, 3, 4. 



EVELYN WEBER 

"Weeb" 
Chorus 3; Friendship 3, 4; Modern 
Dancing 4; Entered from Shaw 3. 



Page Twenty-six 



ROLLAND WELLINGTON 

"Wimpy" 
Baseball J, 4; Track 2; Hi-Y 3, 4: 
Movie Booth 2; Stage 1; Dancing 2. 



MARGE WENNING 

"Marge" 
Student Council Vice-pres. 3, Pres. 
4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 
3, 4; Ring Com. 4; Prom 3; G. A. 
C. 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4; G. L. C. Treas. 
2, 3, 4; Annual Editor 4; Kent 1: 
Friendship 3, 4. 



MARGE WHITCOMB 

"Me" 
Prom 3; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Breeze 
3, 4; Cheerleading 1; Friendship 2, 
3, Pres. 4; Modern Ballet 4; Glee 
Club 1; Pres. Drama 1. 



JEAN WILSON 

"Willie" 
Glee Club 1, 3: Recreation 2; Knit- 
ting 1; Typing 3; Antique 4. 



JEAN WOLFFORD 

"Jeanie" 
G. A. C. 4; Annual 4; Kent 1; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4. 



ESTELLA YURATOVAC 
Entered from South High in Senior 
year; Modern Dance Ballet Vice- 
pres 4; Friendship 4. 



KATHERINE WELTER 

"Kay" 
Entered from East High in Sopho- 
more year; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Robed 
Choir 3; Plav 4; Travel 3; Friend- 
ship 2, 3, 4. 



CHARLES WENTLING 

"Chuck" 
Hi-Y 3; Auto 2; Stage 2; Rifle 3. 



GLEN WIDING 

"Swede" 
Basketball 4; Baseball 3; Ring Com. 
3; Prom 3; Kent 1; Hi-Y 4; Camera 
2; Art 1 Sec'y Rifle Club 3 Scale 
and Triangle 2. 



MYRA WITT 
"Witt}" 

Student Council 4: Ring 4: Prom 
3; Ad Com. 3, 4; G. A. C. 1, 2, 3, 
4; G. L. C. 1; Breeze 4; Annual 4; 
Friendship 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1. 



DOROTHY WURSTER 

"Dot" 
Glee Club 1; Typing 1; Auto 2; 
Knitting 3; Friendship 4. 



MILDRED YUSKA 
"Milly" 

Chorus 1; Typing 1; Friendship 3, 4. 




Page Twenty-seven 




DOROTHY ZDARA 

"Dotsy Bobo" 
Student Council 1, Honorary Mem- 
ber 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Band 2, 3; 
Orchestra 2. 3: Prom 3; G. A. C. 1, 
2, 3, 4; G. L. C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Annual 
4'; Friendship 2, 3, 4. 



WALTER ZWERLEIN 

"Ace" 
Football 1, 2: Track 2. 3, 4: Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Movie Booth 2, 3, 4: 
Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Auto 2; 16 mm. Cam- 
era 1, 2. 



MOLLY ZGONC 

Orchestra 1; Annual 4; Friendship 
4; Typing 1; Knitting 3; Dancing 2. 



EDWARD 


FOX 










"Ed" 














Football 1, 
Wrestling 1 


3, 

, 4; 


4: 

B. 


Base 
L. C. 


rball 
3, 4: 


3, 
H. 


4; 
-Y 


3, 4. 















Graduates Not Having Pictures 



ROBERT BERRY 

"Bobo" 
Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3 4; 
Baseball 1; Wrestling 1, 2; Band 1; 
Prom 3; All Sports Club 1. 



MYRL BIGGS 

"Canvas Back" 
Entered from Bedford in Junior 
year; Wrestling 4; Glee Club 3; 
Chorus 3; Log 4; H.-Y 3; Camera 4. 



AUGUST BLASKO 

"Ham" 
Football 1; Basketball 1 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-pres. 2, 
3- Ring 3; B. L. C. 2; Hi-Y 2; Stage 
3; All Sports Club 4. 



ALLYN BRACKLOW 

"A!" 
Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball h Wrest- 
ling 2, 3 1 Track 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Rifle 3. 



L. C. 2; 



ROBERT BRENNAN 

"Bruiser" 
Football 4; Treasurer 4; Stamp Club 

2. 



Page Twenty eight 



Graduates Not Having Pictures 



DONALD BURNS 
"Don" 

Wrestling 2, 3; Science Qub 2, 3; 
Boxing and Wrestling 4. 



JACK CHRISTOPHER 
Football 3, 4; Basketball i, 4; Golf 
2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; B. L, C. 1; Hi-Y 
2; Recreation 1 Stage 3. 



EILEEN FARLEY 

"Babe" 
Class Treasurer 3; Recreation 2, 4; 
Whirlo 3, 4; Knitting 1. 



WILLIAM LEBET 

"Bill" 
Intramural Basketball 2, 3 4; All 
Sports Club 4; Auto 1, 2; Stage 3. 



RUTH PATRICK 

"Patty" 
Prom 3; Friendship 3; Whirlo 
Drama 2; Knitting 1; Shop 2. 



ROBERT SCHRAMM 

"Bob" 
Intramural H. R. Manager 2 3; 
Stage 1; Scale and Triangle 2, 3; 
Chess 4. 



JANET WEIR 

"Jan" 
Glee Club 1: Prom 3: Friendship 
3, 4; Drama 2, 3: Knitting 1; Shop 
2- Modern Dancing 3, 4. 



LUCILLE URANKER 

"Lu" 
Entered from Collinwood in Junior 
year; Class Sec'y 3; Ring 3; Recre- 
ation 3, 4; Dancing 3. 



Page Twenty "nine 




Striving 

iiiwwx 

Conquer 




• • 



'*/>, 



Junior A 




John Arko Warren Beutler 

William Bantel August Blasko 

Robert Berry Robert Brennan 



Donald Burns Ruth Conrad 

Jack Christopher Jean Coupe 

Ruth Clare June Davies 



Eileen Farley Bertha Homovic 

Robert Felker William Lebet 

Evelyn Fier Helen Lustig 



Gerry Mason William Palko 

Edna Matheke Margaret Queen 

Evelyn Miesse Carol Rand 



Robert Schram Lucille Urankar 

Emma Skoff Joe Waterwash 

James Town Ruth Wright 



Junior B 



Yvonne Alexander Lois Baker 

Margaret Andrews Rae Bauer 

Frances Arko Gladys Berner 



Nancy Blackwell Mane Brigleb 

Louis Blase David Buerkel L - r 

Georgia Blood Betty Campbell 



Betty Castelli Mary Dempsey 

Barbara Cox Pat Dickson !' 

Norbert Deluga Janice Daughty 



Gordon Donkin Marilyn Gates 

Mary Driver Robert Gill 

Jane Ferris Norman Gorg 

Howard Hanks 




Page Thirty-two 



Junior B 







Jack Hanaford Howard Hcnn 

Howard Harper Gene Horen 

John Henderson Edward Hug 



Robert Hunt Irene Jazbeck 

Mary India Jeanne Kirchner 

Louis Janezic Frank Knaus 



Jane Knisely Hal Loranger 

Walter Larick Jean Lo Re 

Ruth Long Eleanor Lugoshan 



Norma MacDougall William Martin 

Carolyn Maddox Grace Massit 

Clarence Malz Margaret Mazick 

Tillie McWilliams Evelyn Mlachak 
Patsy Menough Ruth Moore 

Dale Metts John Nebe 

Joanne Miller 




Pat Newport Smith Parratt 

Robert Odell Helen Pierce 

Ed Oliver Laverne Praznovsky 



Kenneth Richardson Robert Roosma 

Joseph Roberts Paul Rosa 

Jack Robinson John Rus 



Emmet Shaughnessy Mildred Stopa 

John Shimrock Paul Twohig 

Randall Steffenhagen Dorothy Swita 



Jack Updegraff 
William Vance 
Shirleen Wallette 
Ted Weatherhead 



James Werts 

Robert Wevbrecht 



Gloria Wolf Winmfred Zelman 

Fannie Yerman Margie Zgonc 

Helen Yuska Louise Ziegler 

Carmen Zuzck 



Page Thutythree 



Sophomore A 




Tony Amato Edwin Barkhauer 

James Ashley Edna Baughman 

Catherine Baressi Tean Beck 



Margaret Boh Bettie Brown 

Bertha Bozic Ed Cicenas 

Arlyn Brace Connie Coupe 



Leonard Craft Fred Hawley 

Nancy Grossman Kilda Kenry 

Ruth Hadyck Caroline Hramlovich 



Annette Iaccobacci Lenore Kratzer 

Arline Johnson Richard Kreilach 

Richard Ketcham Mary LaBar 



Tony Lamacchia Fred Lipovic 

John Lebet Betty Mower 

Doris Mae Lioce Joseph McKinda 



Beatrice Miller 

John Montana 

William Murray 



Cyril O'Neil 

Josephjne Passerallo 
Jennie Pretnar 

George Schmidt 



IIP**' 






121 


Rosemary Smith 


Priscilla Tompkins 


Lois Straka 


Helen Weybrecht 


ml ^Sf 


Dean Sullivan 


Darrell Dickson 



Page Thirty-four 



Sophomore B 



Elaine Adams Tom Baker 

James Adams Eleanor Banna 

Josephine Arko Joe Baril 



Lois Berndsen Marvel Cannon 

Joe Bergoch Donald Carlone ■ 

Carol Bill Jane Casson 



Alice Celezic Walter Clover 

Elizabeth Chance Don Cobb 

Robert Classen Jean Coulter 



Patsy Cowin Milton Davis 

John Cox Dominic Di Santo 

Lucille Curto Alfred Doberdruk 



Theresa Dragomc Henry Falkenstein 

Gertrude Drautz Robert Finnert 

William Ettinger Ralph George 



Paul Gibbons Dorothy Grossman 

Tony Gole Fred Hawley 

Eleanor Grdina James Hay 



Joan Henderson Ed Holtcamp 

Paul Herman Katherine Houston 

Eileen Heyne Jenny Iaccobacci 

Ray Jacoby Belva Kickenbacker 
Howard King Fred Drauss 

Agnes Knapke Betty Krebs 




Page Thirty-five 



Sophomore B 




Wallace Krivoy George Lardner 

Paul Long Delores Lesh 

Edward Langa Chrintine Lunato 



Louis Mako Ray Matheke 

Margaret Malone Margaret McCarthy 

Walter Maroney Jeanne McCandless 



Rita McKenna Violet Mijacek 

Pat McClurg Robert Montgomery 

Norma McKimmey John Meunier 



Jane Murray Helen Noch 

Howard Nelson Rosemary Paressi 

Fred Nivar Margaret Pauiale 



Rose Perovech Collins Reading 

Phyllis Pheiffer Betty Riche 

Francis Pierce Kenneth Rood 



Eleanor RolofF Ted Sadler 

Anthony Roberts William Schafer 

William Russell Betty Schlaeger 



George Shukaitis Alvin Sugarman 

Frank Smaltz Mary Sullivan 

Frank Stepic Jack Shafer 



Mary Trivisono Joan Watson 

Jack Vickerman Jean Watt 

Jean Warwick Robert Wesley 

Robert Wightman Lillian Zaita 

Dorothy Winkler Leonard Zdara 

Dorothy Wolf Frank Zupancic 

Audrey Youngman 



Page Thirty-six 



Freshman A 




Ruth Anderson Ted Bullard 

Robert Air Daniel Burns 

Frank Bergoch Gordon Burns 



Ralph Calabrese Phillip Darby 

Walter Clover Jerry Daye 

Tom Credico Lucien Da Virro 



Gwen Dinwoddie Wilma Durkee 

Dorothy Ditnch Mary D'Vorak 

William Dorrington Albert Fisher 



James Gibbons Ray Giesse 

Daniel Garapic Russel Haak 

Max Garapic Jane Hawks 



Albert Hess Patsy Iaccobacci 

Jack Heuser Dorothy Jenning 

Joyce Horn Warren Jevmkar 



Ralph Jones Ted Lasky 

Eli Karlovich Emma Koracin 

John Knific Anna Lebet 



Edith Little Marie Massitt 

Harold Lloyd Mary McGarry 

Phyllis Malin Mary McKee 



Albert Medved Ted Mizncr 

Ethel Mae Meyer James Moore 

Louise Mezzacappa Charles Munnings 



Naomi Lavo Edward Pibernik 

Virginia Pearson Robert Pierce 

Marilyn Perry Kenneth Raupach 



Page Thirty-seven 



Freshman A 




Andrew Repasky Anna Mae Royer 

Florence Roher Robert Schlund 

Howard Roth Jean Skok 



Martha Sill John Tarantino 

Stella Swech Arvine Thompson 

William Sylvester Janet Town 



Peggy Tucker Marian Watkins 

Jack Von Hof Mildred Walter 

Elizabeth Waltermire William Weir 



Jane Wilde Edwin Wurster 

William Winters Peter Yan 

Peter Wise John Zgonc 



Freshman B 



Jetty Abhy Jack Anderson 

John Adams Jane Backstrom 

Leonardo Adams Sam Barnsi 



Jerry Bergem William Blucm 

Glen Berch Pauline Blasko 

Marilyn Blase Mike Boland 



Mary Bolon Estelle Chickness 

Shirley Bowles Margaret Campbell 

Ila Buell Flora Cook 



William Criswell Augustine Dragonic 

Edna Daughcrty Carmen Duco 

Lois Dingelday Margaret Ehrenfeld 



Carl Englcr Marge Finnerty 

Marjorie Farrell Larry Fuerst 

Jessie Fisher Edward Gabrcnya 




Page Thirty-eight 



Freshman B 



Rita Gibbons 

Daniel Gibbons 



Paul Gevf 

Carita Harcll 



Betty Gole 



Mary L. Haven 



Patricia Hayes Lavone Hill 

Mina Healy Ruth A. Hill ; ' 

John Hess Jerome Hodge 



Peter Hranilovich Tillie Jackshaw 

Francis Intihar Victor Janez,ic 

Kenneth Ishay Robert Jenkins HI 



Jean Jenkins Helen Karlovic 

Ernest Jerome Marge Kasmark 

Reginald Johnson Rudy Kastelic 





John Klein Henry Knaus 

Ronald Klein Henry Korosic 

Betty Kisthardt Jean Kuebler 

Frank Legan Loyal Luikart 

Lucille Lardner Edwina Lynch 

Dora Luikart Francis McKinda 



^V Charlotte Maple 



Fred Mcdved 
Tom Mazick Betty Mentt 

Margaret McKee Georgia Mcrritt 



Harvey Mlachak Ray Munnings 

Joan Metz Sheldon Munnings 

Rose Mullaly Neal Nelson 



Page Thirty -nine 



Freshman B 




■* s. 1 Delores O'Branovic Ella Mae Orgel 

| C * -> j Conway O'Brien lack Patrick 

Iris Owen Dorothy Perme 



Raymond Phillips Edward Rauflaisch 

Diana Popovic Donald Raybuch 

Raymond Proster Andy Repasky 



\ «•> W William Richardson 



Elizabeth Rosa 



Jean Rossodivita 

Ruth Schreiber 

Dan Sherman 



Lois Slife Frank Sprinzl 

Audrey Smeltz David Stanford 

Jim Smith Dick Strain 



Dick Stranahan John Telich 

Anthony Sullivan Launs Theller 

Joe Sullivan Jim Tompkins 



Sophie Tompsic Rudy Vojsak 

Jim Twohig John Walsh 

Gloria Umnitz James Wallace 



Henry Walters Luke Whicker 

Betty Wassum Jack Whitcomb 

Howard Weybrecht Emily Winkler 



Frank Volendic Louise Zcntgraph 

Robert Youngblood Dorothy Ziets 

Rudy Zajec 



Page Forty 



They Win Friends and Influence People 





Friendship Club 



Songs, laughter, gaiety, personality problems, joys and sorrows are all shared 
to make the ties of friendship stronger. 

The Friendship Club came to Shore years ago, not as a school activity, but a 
small club of eighteen to twenty, which met at the various homes. Now as a thriving 
activity it boasts of a membership of one hundred and thirty. However, the clubs 
traditional candle-light service is still its means of recognizing new friends to add 
to the old ones. 

After being formally recognized the members got together for hikes, parties 
and a grand week-end at Mary Eells Camp. 

(Continued on Page 43) 




Page Forty-two 



For They Are Jolly Good Fellows 

f*k fa fS 




Hi- Y 

One of the most active cluhs in the school is the Hi-Y Cluh under the sponsorship 
of Mr. Schwegler and is composed of memhers of the junior and senior class. 

The purpose of the cluh is "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the 
school and community, high standards of Christian living." All the hoys try faith- 
fully to aid and abet this purpose. The club also has a platform that all the boys try 
to live up to. It is "Clean speech, clean sports, clean scholarship clean living." 

This year, among other things, the Hi-Y has held two basketball tournaments, 
a swimming party, has collaborated with the Friendship Club in staging the annual 
Christmas Dance, and with the same cooperation, aided in the sponsorship of a Charity 
Carnival, in which over one hundred dollars was realized with which to help the 
needy of Euclid. Several times during the year the organisation has been honored 
by the presence of outside speakers. 

The boys, by following the purpose and the pledge of the club, are being as- 
sisted more than they can now realise for their preparation toward entering the 
outside world. 




(Continued from Page 42) 
In December the Hi'Y boys joined with them in putting on their Charity Carnival 
and their Christmas Dance. In the spring came the traditional Mother-Daughter 
Banquet and informal installation of officers. 

These various activities have been under the guidance of their interested sponsor, 
Miss Campbell who has helped them, "find and give the best." 



ie Forty-three 



Music Maestra Please 




Band 

The hand and orchestra are two excellent symbols of true Shore spirit. Without 
their faithful performances in all of the school's various activities, many of them would 
have been unsuccessful. Both musical groups took part m a music festival presented 
in the spring. Many tedious hours of rehearsal are spent before their talents are realized. 
Shore has good reason to be proud of her musical organizations. 

Orchestra 




Sing . . Sing .. . Sing 




Chorus 

Mr. Teeter, what number did you call? . . . Any member of the chorus may 
hear the familiar words during first period. The girls in the Glee Club all robed in 
black gowns, were a "hit" at the mid-term commencement. Nothing can compare 
with the sound of a group of human voices blended in perfect harmony. The quiet 
serenity of these groups is making the best possible use of the music talents Shore 
students possess. 



Glee Club 




Page Forty-five 



They Try Their Best 





Student Council 



Will the meeting please come to order? — A hurried silence — "The secretary will 
now read the minutes." — "Will the treasurer please make a report?" - then - 
"Madam Chairman, my homeroom has made some suggestions for our cafeteria prob- 
lem." — This is the voice of the students. 

Anything to make their school life more pleasant is discussed pro and con. For 
so minor a complaint as the type of shows chosen, the Student Council found a cure 
hy issuing ballots so that the students could vote on the pictures of their choice. 

They gave dances with Austin Wylie's orchestra drawing the more bashful students 
out of their cloistered corners. 

The Breeze was helped by the homeroom representatives assuming the responsibility 
of selling and collecting for the subscriptions. 

A week was set aside in which this representative body cooperated with Mr. 
Peake in giving us a "Vocational Guidance Week." During this time speakers from 
different vocations enlightened the students on the chances in that field, the best 
method of approaching it, and talents required. 

Under their willing and efficient sponsor, Miss Amgworth, the Student Council 
renders many other services. In all they do a splendid job in accomplishing their 
aim : to further the interest of our school by making it a more pleasant and profitable 
place to be. 



Page Forty-six 



Money's Their Business 



■ '~ " ' ••.-—. -s 




Ad Commiiiee 

"I'll take the first quarter." — "Can you usher?" — "Did you see about the 
program?" — "You place these posters.' — These scattered pieces of conversation arc 
brief excerpts of the "Ad" Committee at work. Busy as bees they work consistently 
and steadily throughout the year to make every event run more smoothly. 

Pausing a moment in our spirited cheering at the football game one notices a 
crowd milling around a central spot. If one follows the hunch that nothing will 
distract the public in exciting games — unless it is food — no doubt he will be right. 
Rushing down to see the cause of so much commotion, the "Ad" Committee is seen 
scurrying about behind the counter willingly serving refreshments to the demanding 
crowd. Regardless of how weary they must be or how exciting the game is, they 
serve you with a smile. 

For years Mr. Spangler, their efficient sponsor, has seen that each event went 
off as smoothly as detailed and systematic planning beforehand could make it. 

Two or three weeks before an event such as a play, every store window and 
paper has an advertisement. Our bulletins remind us of it daily. And in the meantime, 
programs, ushering assignments and reserved seats are being taken care of. 

For each successful event we can thank the "Ad" Committee because every 
enterprise has its business side and they handle it successfully. 




Page Forty-seven 



Breezing Along! 




Breeze 

Clanking presses — a flurry of papers — a general atmosphere of pleasant con- 
fusion — the Shore Breeze is ready to go to press. We see Mr. Vaughn, our versatile 
sponsor, hurriedly looking over last minute details. 

What change has come over this newspaper since the days of Shore's infancy! 
Making its first appearance as a mimeographed scandal sheet, it remained that up 
until two years ago. Since then its improvements have made rapid progress. 

Today as a four-page paper, with pictures, cartoons, editorials, sport section, 
fashion column, and sections devoted to P. T. A., Junior High, Clubs, and faculty 
as well as other interesting items, it has undergone such a process of change that would 
not he recognized. 

It is printed in the Shore print shop, by Shore students, and it is entirely self- 
sufficient. 

In fact the achievements have been so outstanding that it had the honor of 
International Second Place Award bestowed on it by the National Quill and Scroll, 
an honorary organization for high school journalism. Indeed the students of Shore 
can be proud of the progress made by this highly commendable paper. 



Page Forty-eight 



V 



Still Rolling Along 




L o g 

Worn and weary, after worrying and slaving, the staff finally completed the annual 
and somewhat reluctantly sent it to press! For long months every "brainy" idea had 
all been devoted to its progress. Somewhat wistfully they looked back upon the mad 
rushing before final writings — upon the numerous questions which were constantly 
being forced on them, such as, "Just what kind of pictures do you want?" . . . 
"How are subscriptions coming?" . . . "Have we reached our goal?" . 
"Are the ads coming in all right?" and far on into the night various other questions 
prompted at them constantly. 

Then, last minute touches . . . and finally the send off. And all this time 
Mr. Angene, Mr. Phillips, Mr. Finch, and Mr. Vaughn their advisors were behind 
them every inch of the way giving them invaluable advice derived from past experiences, 
and, most of all, keeping their spirits up in crucial moments. 

They have devoted their time and energy for one purpose, and that was to give 
you an Annual that you can be proud of and enjoy as much as they enjoyed 
making it. 



Page Forty-nine 



LOG STAFF 



EDITORIAL 

Editor-in-chief Marge Wenning 

Associate Editor ..Susan Metz 

Ma\eup Editor Bis Luikart 

Sports Editor Ted Herrick 

Club Editor Betty Buell 

Music Editor Loren Bullard 

Class Editor Doris Johnson 

Art Editor Mary Cox 

Special Writers Joan Loranger 

Jean WolfFord 

Typists Mary McKeon 

Frances Meunier, Elisabeth Dreer 

Adviser Mr. Vaughn 

Photography Fred MacNamara 

Adviser Mr. Phillips 



BUSINESS 

Business Manager Bud MacDougall 

Advertising Manager Dorothy Zdara 

Dorothy Hueber, Dorothy Somrak 
Jean Kirchner 

Circulation Manager Bob Miller 

Myra Witt, Jean Kodger, 

Lois Sawitke, Helene Hug, 

Nancy Grossman 

Publicity Director Jean Morris 

Elizabeth Saisall, Jeannette Pardy, 
George Schwarz 

Adviser Mr. Finch 

General Adviser Mr. Angene 



The Joy of Being Editor 

Getting out this little Annual is no picnic, 
If we print jo\es people say we are silly; 
If we don't they say we are too serious. 
If we clip things from other Annuals 
We are too lazy to write them ourselves; 
If we don't we are too fond of our own stuff. 
If we don't print contributions 
We don't appreciate true genius. 
If we do print them the Annual is filled with jun\. 
If we ma\e a change in the other person's write-up 
We are too critical. 
If we don't we are asleep. 
T^pw li\e as not someone will say . . . 
We swiped this from soyne Annual . . 
WE DID 



Page Eifty 






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Admirals Conquer Again 




Soon after the first of September 
about fifty boys answered the first call 
for the football team. It was around 
six returning lettermen that coaches 
"Walt 1 '' Schwegler and "Heinie" 
Schmidt built the team that was des- 
tined to become the Eastern Greater 
Cleveland Conference champions for 
the third consecutive year. 

Here is how one of the best sea- 
sons in Shore football history went: 

September 15 . . . The Admirals survived a hot, sultry day and emerged from 
the battle with a 25-0 decision over Benedictine hanging from their belts. 

September 23 . . . The team boarded the streamlined "Mercury" and journeyed 
to Toledo to meet a highly-tooted team from Central Catholic High School. Although 
the trip was pleasant, the game was not, as Shore returned to Cleveland smarting 
under a 20-0 defeat. 

September 28 . . . Central was the opponent in a night game, the first in 
E. G. C. C. history, and they turned tail and fled after suffering an embarrassing 
13-0 defeat. 

October 6 . . . After an opening-minute touchdown by a gallant Brush team. 
Shore's reserve power began to tell and the Admirals wound up with a 20-0 victory. 

October 13 . . . This time the team traveled to Bedford and was greeted by 
a veritable gale. The powerful Amirals took an early lead, however, and kept piling 



MR. SCHWEGLER 



MR. SCHMIDT 



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Hold That Line! I 




First Row: J. Maldovan, B. Palko, L. Palko, F. Lipovic, A. Papouschek. 
Second Row: J. Bergoch, G. Donkin, A. Bockel, A. Bracklow, S. Parisi. 
Third Row: R. Grossman, W. Ditrich, E. Bronaka, E. Shaughncssy, R. Twohig. 



(Continued from Page 52) 

on points for a well-earned 32-0 victory. It was the second consecutive game in which 
every member of the squad participated. 

October 20 . . . Shore went, saw, and was conquered by a strong University 
School eleven, 19-0. After an early threat, Shore was completely outclassed. The 
last half was witnessed by the team from the United States Naval Academy which 
was staying at University School in preparation for its game with Notre Dame the 
following day. 



October 26 



Garfield held the Admirals even for three-quarters and then 



Page Fifty-three 



Victorious Carriers of the Pigskin 




First Row: P. Twohig, J. Updegraff, G. Donkin, A. Papouschek, S. Parisi, D. Schroeder, W. Palko, 
F. Lipovic, J. Bergoch, R. Grossman, A. Bracklow, E. Bronaka. 

Second Row: A. Bockel, W. Janes, L. Craft, W. Bantel, E. Fox, D. Novinc, J. Christopher, 
W. Ditrich, F. MacNamara, R. Brennan, D. Buerkel, Mr. Schmidt, T. Hernck, 
Mr. Schwegler. E. Shaughnessy, J. Robinson, R. Odell, W. Martin, J. Iccabocci, 
P. Rosa, W. Hay, A. Amato, J. Montana, A. Bolon, T. Wcatherhead, J. Curto. 

(Continued from Page 53) 
the Shore team got going and came through with a hard-fought 7-0 victory, even 
without the services of Lenny Palko. 

November 3 . . . Came the coldest day of the season, and the heavily- favored 
Shore eleven steam-rollered Mayfield by a count of 46-0 as Joe Curto tallied four 
touchdowns. The game was temporarily halted in the third quarter so that everyone 
might see the Byrd snow cruiser on its way East. 

November 10 . . . The Maple Heights boys weren't as weak as expected. 
A second half rally pulled Shore from behind and they surged ahead, 32-13. With 
this victory, the Admirals chalked up their fifteenth straight league victory and their 
seventeenth in eighteen starts over the last three years. 

Congratulations are in order for Lenny Palko, Joe Curto, Ed Bronaka, Al Bockel, 
Bill Ditrich and Bob Grossman who were selected for the All-Eastern Conference team. 



Page Fifty-four 




Just Like a "Ford 




Another basketball season has been 
completed, and again Shore is one of 
the leading teams in the state. When 
Coach Ford L. Case posted his first 
announcement for basketball practice, 
about forty boys answered the call. 
From these forty boys, ten were chos' 
en who led the Admirals to a tie for 
the Eastern Conference Championship 
with a strong Galfield quintet. 

Only two boys returned to the 
wars as lettermen: Alan Bockel, de' 
pendable back guard, and Joe Curto, 
high scoring running guard. The Shore boys completed the season winning thirteen 
games and losing only five. After trying for the Conference championship by coming 
out victorious in five of six games, the Admirals won two games in the sectional' 
tournament and thereby advanced to the district tournament at Kent, where they 
were eliminated in the first game. 

Shore 24, Kirtland 7 . . . The Admirals journeyed to Kirtland to play in 
the band-box gym there. Shore rallied in the last half to walk off with the game 
easily; Alan Bockel led the Admirals in scoring as he netted seven points. 

Shore 31, Central 35 . . . The Admirals met the Lions in an exhibition game and 
were defeated. The game was close, but the long shots that were sunk by Skeya and 
Stock for Central proved too much for the boys to match. 

Following this game, Shore played two practice games with Fairview and Fair- 
port defeating each of them. The Admirals took over the former 41-29 and the latter 

32-20. 



MR. CASE 



JOHN MALDOVAN 



MR. SCHMIDT 




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Page Fifty-six 



They Always Get There 




First Row: A. Blasko, J. Maldovan, A. Papouschek, D. Mctts. 

Second Row: R. Hunt, W. Ditrich, P. Twohig, W. Zwierlcin, J. Curto, A. Bochel, G. Schwarz, 

R. Berry, C. Mezzacappa. 
Third Row: J. Montana, J. Bcrgoch, J. Loranger, E. Holtcamp, R. Whitcman, E. Cicanas, 

J. Town, P. Herman, J. Hay. 
Fourth Row: J. Christopher, A. Bolan, B. Odell, Mr. Case, Mr. Schmidt, T. Wcatherhead, 

T. Maroney, R. Felker. 



(Continued from Page 56) 

The Admirals were active twice during Christmas vacation playing at Wads- 
worth and Youngstown. They were downed by one point at Wadsworth, 23-22, 
and then fought hack to defeat Youngstown East 37-36. At this point of the season 
Emmet Shaughnessy brought home mumps which were also contracted by John 
Maldovan and Dale Mctts. This unexpected turn of events did nothing to promote 
Shore's chances of completing the season with a good record. 

The next week the underrated Admirals went to Ashtabula and handed them 
a 29-28 setback on a last minute shot by Ditrich. This game proved to be the only 
loss sustained by Ashtabula during the regular season. 



Page Fifty -seven 



Mumps Didn't Stop Them 

(Continued from Page 57) 

Shore 32, Garfield 37 ... In their first Conference game of the season, Shore 
met and was defeated by a very tough Garfield team. The Bulldogs proved too much for 
the Admirals after Shore sported a temporary two point lead with only two minutes 
remaining. 

Shore got onto the winning side of the slate in the next game by defeating 
Mayfield 29-22. The game was fast and amazingly clean as the Admirals held May- 
field well in check. 

Shore 43, Maple Heights 28 . . . The Admirals played what was probably their 
best game of the season, and for the first time looked like the Shore teams of the past. 
The boys grabbed an early lead and were never topped. 

Painesville was the next opponent for Shore and they proved just a little too 
tough, as the confident Admirals were rocked back on their heels, smarting under a 
25-20 defeat. In the fourth quarter, the Admirals closed fast, narrowing the gap, 
,from 22-11 to 20-20, but they didn't quite have the power to sink the winning 
buckets. 

Shore 34, Central 19 . . . Shore atoned for an early season defeat by whipping 
their rivals from the other side of town. It was 5-5 at the quarter, and the boys 
led 11-10 at the half; then Ditrich tapped in five baskets in the third period and the 
Admirals led at the three-quarter mark, 30-14. With Shore playing only to protect 
their lead, Ditrich 's fourteen points led the Admirals. 

The next two games on the schedule were both Conference games. Shore de- 
feated Brush, 43-28, as Ditrich again led the Admirals by swishing eleven points. 
Bedford was the next victim, falling before the Shore quintet 33-24, as the boys clinched 
a tie for the league title. 

The Admirals closed their regular season with a 29-17 victory over John Hay. 
"Wilbur" Schwartz; paced the victorious Admirals with nine points. 

For the third consecutive year, Shore was host to the sectional basketball tourna- 
ment. Shore was one of the four fortunate teams in this tournament to qualify for 
Kent. However, at Kent, Shore lost to St. Vincent's 43-25. 

With this game the boys hung up their suits, having annexed another champion- 
ship in one of the greatest years Shore has ever experienced in athletics. 



Tracts 



*Shore 


29 


Mayfield 


22 


Shore 


20 


Painesville Harvey 


25 


Shore 


31 


Euclid Central 


55 


Shore 


41 


Fairview 


29 


Shore 


57 


Youngstown East 


56 


*Shore 


52 


Garfield 


57 


*Shore 


54 


Euclid Central 


19 


Shore 


29 


John Hay 


17 


fShore 


29 


Shaker 


23 


*Shore 


45 


Maple Heights 


28 


Shore 


24 


Kirtland 


7 


Shore 


32 


Fairport Harbor 


10' 


Shore 


22 


Wadsworth 


23 


Shore 


29 


Ashtabula 


28 


*Shore 


45 


Brush 


28 


*Shore 


33 


Bedford 


24 


fShore 


51 


Painesville Harvey 


29 


JShore 


25 


Akron St. Vincent's 


45 


League Games. 




"(Sections 


1 Tournament. 




tDistrict 


Tournament. 





Page Fifty -eight 



Shooting 



Stars" 




On The Icy Road to Fame 




First Row: D. Kreilach, E. Langa, J. Hannaford, E. Hug, J. Cox. 

Second Row: D. Buerkel, D. Schroeder, T. Herrick, G. Donkin, P. Twohig, W. Palko, W. Murray, 
D. Ewell. 



Six lettermen answered the call of Coach Phillips for candidates for the hockey 
team. In addition to these six, there were about forty other hopefuls who came for 
tryouts. From this group of forty-odd hoys, Mr. Phillips chose the team that was 
destined to he the runner-up to University School for the Scholastic Hockey Title. 
The fine showing of the team this season should arouse more support from the students 
in the future. The response to hockey was good, hut not nearly as good as it should 
have been. 

During the regular season of play, Shore won three games, lost one and tied the 
other three. Here is the season in brief: 

Shore 1 Lakewood 1 . . . The Admirals were too inexperienced and were held 
to a tie by a weak, but fighting Lakewood team. After Bill Palko tallied early for 
Shore, Lakewood came back with a goal to even things up, and that's the way it 
finished. 

Shore 1, University 5 . . . This was the worst loss sustained by Shore during 
the year and the only one during the regular season. The score was tied at 1-1 
after the second period as a result of Paul Twohig's goal, but during the last session 
the Preppers turned on the heat for four quick goals. 



Page Sixty 



They Won Almost Every Game 

Shore 2, Cleveland Heights 2 ... It was a close, nip-and-tuck battle all the way, 
and at the finish, the game was a tie, Shore's second one in three games. De Ewell 
and Bill Palko scored the goals after Heights had twice grabbed temporary leads. 

Shore 5, Cathedral Latin . . . This most lopsided victory of the season was 
handed to the team that the Admirals beat out by one point in the Suburban Division 
for second place. Lenny Palko played his first game of the season for Shore, and scored 
one goal; the others were made by Bill Palko, Paul Twohig, Darrell Wickson, and 
De Ewell. 

Shore 2, Colinwood 1 . . . Colinwood led, 1-0, with only four minutes left to 
play, and the Shore . playoff hopes sunk. Lenny Palko revived them a moment later, 
and De Ewell scored on a beautiful team play to repel the stubborn Railroaders. 

Shore 4, Shaw 3 . . . Bill Palko went on a scoring rampage and knocked in three 
goals, while the clincher was fired by Paul Twohig in the dying minutes of the game. 

Shore 1, Shaker 1 . . . The Admirals wound up the regular season by tying 
(Shaker, 1-1. The boys were mildly disappointed at this, as they were seeking to 
atone for a 5-0 and 9-0 defeats at the hands of Mr. Allen Lewis in previous years. 
The one-point tie netted Shore, however, put them in the championship playoffs. 

Shore 3, East Tech 2 . . . The Tech icers entered the game as favorites, but Bill 
Murray's goal in th overtime period gave the fighting Admirals the right to enter the 
final playoff game against the undefeated University School sextet. 

University 3, Shore 2 . . . This game decided the championship of the Greater 
Cleveland Scholastic Hockey League. University started fast and held a 2-0 lead 
with only two minutes remaining in the game. Shore still had fight and Paul Twohig 
scored unassisted to cut down the lead. University tallied again however, and Twohig's 
second goal wasn't quite enough. 

Bill Palko, Paul Twohig, and Dick Schroeder, all of whom held the title of 
captain at some time during the season were given honorable mention on the All- 
Scholastic team. 



Shore 


1 


Lakewood 


1 


Shore 


1 


University School 


5 


Shore 


2 


Cleveland Heights 


2 


Shore 


5 


Cathedral Latin 





Shore 


2 


Collinwood 


1 


Shore 


4 


Shaw 


3 


Shore 


1 


Shaker 


4 



Page Sixty-one 



Supermen at Shore 




Wrestling is coming hack! After almost dropping it from the school athletic 
curriculum last year because of lack of interest, Shore proved that they wanted a 
team both by the turnout of candidates and by the spectators, who previously had 
stayed away in droves. 

The team was considered to have a chance for the city championship when the 
season started as six lettermen returned. The boys came through in second place 
on the east side with five victories, two defeats, and a 16-16 tie with their arch-rival, 
Euclid Central. 

Shore entered the city tournament with confidence, but they were virtually 
eliminated before they started because of unfortunate injuries to "Babe" Lipovec 
and Smith Parratt, two of the best wrestlers, during the preceding week. 

Leonard Craft placed fourth m the city tourney for the second consecutive 
year, thereby earning himself another ribbon. 



Shore 


12 


Garfield 


26 


Shore 


16 


Central 


16 


Shore 


26 


Lakewood 


9 


Shore 


25 


University School 


6 


Shore 


17 


John Hay 


24 


Shore 


22 


Shaker 


4 


Shore 


26 


East 


4 


Shore 


15 


John Adams 


14 



Page Sixty-two 



Going With the Wind 




1939 Track 

Shore opened their track season very inauspiciously by entering the indoor meet 
.at the Arena and coming home with very few points. After this meet, however, 
the Admirals finished the season by coming out victorious in every meet including 
the Mentor relays and the Eastern Conference meet. The most decisive dual meet 
was the 113-5 drubbing the Shore team handed to Garfield. 

The annual conference meet was held at Bedford with Shore coming out well 
on top. Johnny Maldovan scored a "double" in that meet as he sped home first in 
the 100 and 220 yard dash. Other winners for Shore were Bob Grossman in the 
pole vault, Paul George in the 440, the mile relay team made up of Jack Flammang, 
Gerry Mason, Milan Plutt, and Paul George, and the 880 yard relay team which 
consisted of Ed Heglaw, Bud MacDougall, Ralph Harper, and John Maldovan. 

Shore brought four trophies home from this meet: one for the squad finishing 
with the most points, one for the mile relay, one for the 880 relay, and one for the 
freshman relay. The only trophy that Shore did not capture was the one awarded 
to Bedford for second place in the meet. 

After winning the pole vault at Bedford, Grossman went on to place in the 
district qualifying meet, thereby earning himself a trip to Columbus for the state 
meet where he tied for fourth place. 

The final results of the tenth annual Conference track meet: 

Shore 67 

Bedford -- -. 45 

Brush 42 

Maple Heights 32 

May field 25 

Euclid Central 12 

Garfield 1 



Page Sixty-three 



It's A Hit! 




1939 Baseball 

A squad of eighty-eight boys answered Coach John Pohto's call for baseball 
practice. Seven new boys were needed to fill the gaps caused by graduation. Coach 
Pohto's success in filling these gaps is proved by glancing at the record for the season. 

Shore entered the season as defending champions and proceeded to win seven 
out of eight league games to tie Benedictine for the Eastern Division title. In a playoff 
for the championship, Shore was defeated by Benedictine, 6-5. 

The success of baseball at Shore is proved by the fact that the Admirals have won 
'18 out of 20 games in the two years since they entered the league. They lost the 
first game of the 1938 season, went on to capture the title, and then went unde- 
feated in league play until the next-to-the-last game of 1939, when they were smitten 
by Benedictine. 

The season was featured by the hitting of center fielder George Skrobot, left 
fielder "Babe" Lipovic and shortstop Harvey Riebe, and the great pitching delivered 
by a trio of fine pitchers, Bob Jason, Joe Curto, and John Maldovan. 



Shore 


4 


John Adams 


2 




Shore 


3 


Cathedral Latin 


2 


*Shore 


6 


Euclid Central 


2 




Shore 


4 


Collinwood 


9 


Shore 


3 


Parma 


1 




"Shore 


2 


Benedictine 


3 


*Shore 


9 


Benedictine 


2 




*Shore 


10 


Mayfield 





Shore 


5 


Mayfield 


6 




Shore 


3 


East Tech 


8 


*Shore 


2 


Brush 







*Shore 


14 


Brush 


1 


*Shore 


3 


Euclid Central 
Won 


2 
10, 1 


3St 4. 


[Shore 


5 


Benedictine 


6 






* League 


Games. 














tPlayoff 


for 


Championsh 


P. 







Page Sixty-four 



DO YOU REMEMBER? 

SEPTEMBER 

12 — School terms begins with a downpour of ram! 

1 3 — New improved Breeze is distributed. 

15 — Football — Shore tackles Benedictine in first game of season. 

23 — Football — Catholic Central defeats Shore at Toledo. 

26 — Friendship Club Tea — we eat! 

28 — Football — Shore and Euclid Central are in the Spot-light at night game! 

29 — Student Council presents first dance of the season. 

OCTOBER 

6 — Football — Brush is tackled by Shore. 

7 — Sharp pencils but sharper wits were taken to Oberlin for scholarship tests! 
13 — Football — the team journeys to Bedford to win! 

14-15 — Adventure in the wilderness is enjoyed by Friendship Club at Mary Eel's camp. 
1 8 — Mr. Erwine, new superintendent, is introduced in assembly. 
20 — Football — Shore Admirals lose to University. 

Colorful Recognition Services of Friendship Club. 
23 — New Fii-Y members can and had to "take it" at initiation. 
24 — "Who's who" presents problem at Friendship Halloween party. 
26 — Football — Shore crushes Garfield! 
27 — Teachers take a turn at walking out! Why? N. E. O. T. A. 

NOVEMBER 
2 — The musical rhythms of Austin Wiley are featured at an all-school dance. 
3 — Intercollegiate debate in assembly. 

Football — Mayfield fails to break Shore's line. 
10 — Mr. Heckman speaks at Armistice assembly. 

Football — Maple Heights' game proves Shore to be the "champs." 
17 — Drama Club presents "A Murder Has Been Arranged." 
23 — Thanksgiving holidays — earlier, but just as welcome! 
27 — "What's my ambition?" is question of Career Week. 

DECEMBER 

1 — It was gaiety and fun for all at the Charity Carnival sponsored by the Friendship 
and Hi-Y. 

5 — Dancing is a delight to the music of Austin Wiley. 

8 — Basketball — Shore wins its first game from Kirtland. 
1 1 — Unusual talent revealed at another successful Gala Nite. 
12 — Basketball — Shore loses to their rival, Central. 
14 — Wrestling — Our mat men were pinned by Garfield. 
15 — Basketball — Our blue and gold banner waves victory. 
16 — Basketball — Shore is too tough for Fairport Harbor. 



Page Sixtysix 



• DO YOU REMEMBER? 

• - 

18 — Sweet music and moonlight make the Christmas formal a success! 

19 — Wrestling— Shore is fighting its rival! 

20 — Christmas Pageant is enacted in assembly. 

21 — Hooray! Christmas vacation begins. 

23 — Hockey — Shore icers melted under the heat of the University players. 

29 — Basketball — Shore brings home glory from Wadsworth. 

30 — Basketball — Shore fails after valiant efforts at Youngstown. 

JANUARY 

2 — Vacation ends — back to the books! 
5 — Shaker fencers give fencing exhibition in assembly. 
6 — Hockey — Shore challenges Cleveland Heights. 
12 — Girls get their man at Bachelorette dance. 

Wrestling — Shore wins from Lakewood. 

Basketball — Shore at Garfield loses. 
19 — Senior assembly with a bit of wit. 

Wrestling — Shore is grappled by John Hay. 

Basketball — Mayfield is checked by Shore. 
20 — Hockey — Shore showed Cathedral Latin the way to victory. 

23 — Commencement brings another Senior class to the end of its high school career. 
24 — Seniors feast at their banquet. 
25 — Wrestling — Shore conquers Shaker. 
26 — Drama Club presents play in assembly. 

Basketball — Shore takes Maple Heights. 
27 — Hockey — Shore skates Collin wood to defeat. 

Basketball — Shore suffers defeat from Painesville. 
29 — Second semester is reached. 

FEBRUARY 

1 — Wrestling — East is overcome by Shore. 

2 — Federal Music Tambouritza Unit plays in assembly. 

3 — Fencing — Shore has as its opponent Lincoln. 

8 — Wrestling — Shore loses to John Adams. 

9 — Federal Music Concert in assembly. 

Basketball — Shore whips Brush. 
12 — Tragedy. 

15 — Wrestling eliminations at Euclid Central. 
16 — Funeral Services. 
17 — Hockey — Shore plays Shaker. 
19 — Basketball — Bedford sinks to Shore. 
21 — Tag dance has good crowd! 
22-23 — Washington's birthday gives all a break for two days. 



Page Sixt\- seven 



DO YOU REMEMBER? 



24 — Wrestling — Great day for mat men at District Tourney. 
Basketball — Victory again, as Shore defeats John Adams. 
27 — The happy gang goes to a dance! 
28 — Sectional Basketball Tournament held at Shore. 
29 — Sectional Basketball Tournament held at Shore. 

MARCH 
1 — Sectional Basketball Tournament held at Shore. 
5 — The sign of the Shamrock distinguished the St. Patrick Dance. 
8 — Fencing — Shore challenges Lincoln. 
9 — Hockey — Shore skates over East Tech to victory. 

Shorties are heard in Safety Program over WGAR. 
12 — "The Patsy" starring Juniors spells success! 
15— -Entertainment for all by Federal Music Concert Band. 

A great rush! ! It's Spring vacation! 
25 — Students resume studies with a Spring fever! 

"Know Your Money" says U. S. Secret Service in assembly. 
26 — College Night turns Shore into a College campus! 
29 — Friendship Club presents unique assembly. 

APRIL 

5 — Blind pianist, Koepman, amazes assembly! 

9 — A day of excitement at Badminton Tourney. 
12 — Styles of the day shown by Home Economics Department. 
19 — Baseball — Shore's first game of season against Collinwood. 
23 — Baseball — Bedford pitches to Shore. 
24 — Baseball — Cleveland Heights comes to Shore. 
2 5 — Ad Committee members gets eats this time; not ads! 
26 — National Honor Society gives honors to seniors! 

Baseball — Shore plays Benedictine at Benedictine. 
30 — Baseball — Shore hits to Brush. 

MAY 

10 — "First Year" presented by last year students! 

24 — The breath-taking night arrives! It's our Prom! ! 

JUNE 

1 1 — The Seniors of Shore say farewell in Commencement! 



Page Sixty-eight 



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The Shore Student 
Council 



Page Seventy 



'Clean Speech, Clean Sporis, Clean Scholarship, 
Clean Living" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

SHORE HIY CLUB 

WHOSE PURPOSE IS 

'To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school 

and community high standards of Christian living." 









THE FRIENDSHIP CLUB 

. . CODE . . 

"AS A GIRL RESERVE I WILL TRY TO BE: 

Ggracious in manner 
I mpartial in judgment 
Ready for service 
Loyal to friends 

Reaching toward the hest 
E arnest in purpose 
S eeing the beautiful 
E ager for knowledge 
Reverent to God 
Victorious over self 
E ver dependable 
S incere at all times. 

PURPOSE: "TO FIND AND GIVE THE BEST". 






Page Seventy-one 



BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP 

Completely New and Modern 

The Peak in Perfection and Sanitation 



Owner 

MARTHA ANDERSON 



Kenmore 2548 
606 East 185 St. 






Best Wishes to 1940 Class 

Cleveland Chemical 
Company 

Best Control Service 
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11223 Superior Ave. 
Ce. 2960 






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INSURANCE— All Forms 



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Stewart Warner Gasoline Heaters, 

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for Car Repairs, 
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at Euclid Ave. 



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Transportation to Any 
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Furniture and Electrical Appliances 

Authorized Agency for 
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for the entire family 

"The most complete store 
for miles around'" 

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The A. Larson Building 
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Builders of Better Homes 

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Builders' Hardware 

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A COMPLETE 
FINANCING SERVICE 

Cuyahoga Finance 
Company 

Manager 
Thos. B. Roope 



1030 Euclid Ave. 



Prospect 3330 






COMPLIMENTS OF 

Robert S. Jameson 

REALTOR 
"Keeper of the Keys" 



Main Office 
18950 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Ke. 3164 






Ke. 7272 

Annette's Beauty Salon 

"For hair styles becoming to you, 
you should be coming to us." 

548 East 200th Street 

Directly Opposite Roosevelt School 

Euclid, Ohio 






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ADDRESSOGRAPH and MULTIGRAPH 

Benefit Both Employers and Employees 

For over 40 years, Addressograph and Multigraph Methods 
have rendered services which not only protect business, but 
also safeguard the interests of employees who do the work. 

Addressograph puts speed and accuracy into addressing and 
record writing that is necessary and important work in every 
office. 

Multigraph supplies a convenient, economical way to pro- 
duce business forms and communications within a user's office. 

In all their services to business, Addressograph and Multigraph 
provide definite, worthwhile advantages from which both busi- 
ness and its workers may benefit and progress. 

ADDRESSOGRAPH -MULTIGRAPH CORP. 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Sales Agencies in Principal Cities 



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Floyd B. Stein, Inc 




'Our coal makes warm friends 

Babbitt Road at Nickel Plate 
Euclid, Ohio 






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TROUT WARE INC 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 



130 TERMINAL ARCADE 
Cherry 4363 




R. L. Christee 

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BRAWN'S 

Confectionary and Dairy Store 



Ice Cream 
Sodas and 
Sundaes 



High Grade 

Candies 

and Pasteries 



22078 Lake Shore Blvd 
Kenmore 1033 



FURS - - - 

You'll save on our ready to wear 
and custom made garments. 

EUCLID FUR SHOP 

FUR STYLIST 
673 E. 185 St. Ke. 6720 






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EDDIE'S SERVICE STATIONS, Inc. 

22259 LAKE SHORE BOULEVARD 

Texaco Gasoline, Texaco and Kendall Motor Oils 
Lubrication . . . Mohawk Tires . . . Exide Batteries 



Cars Called For and Delivered 
PHONE KENMORE 4227 



Consult us on any Real Estate problems. 

You will receive courteous attention 

and honest advice from our staff. 

Rentals, Sales Leases, etc. 

Fred T. Erthal 

LICENSED REALTOR 

23170 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Office: Ke. 3331 Home: Ke. 5953-J 

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Herff - Jones Company 

Designers and Manufacturers of School 
and College Class Rings and Pins. 



Graduation Announcements, 
Medals and Trophies 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Representative, Virgil Wire 







Compliments From 

S. J. PANDY 

Barber Shop and 

MANLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP 

Lake Shore Blvd. at East 266 St. 
Ken more 1442 



MARTIN GROCERY CO. 

Meats and Groceries 



23900 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Ke. 0580 




SMITH'S 

BARBECUE and RESTAURANT, Inc. 



SERVES GOOD FOOD 



LUNCHES - 

22305 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 
JOHN VIDRICK 



DINNERS 

KE. 2792 
JOHN POLSON 









Compliments of 

The Lake Shore 
Garden Club 

OF EUCLID 



Custom Permanent Waves 



Best Wishes to 
The Class of 1940 

THE SWIRL SHOP 

22498 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Ke. 7121 Parking Facilities 






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Harold Furniture Co. 

708 East 185 Street 
Budget Terms Ke. 6840 



Complete Home Furnishings 






A FRIEND 

YOU VISIT 

ALMOST DAILY 



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BOOSTER'S COLUMN 



Mr. Louis Somrak, Barber 

Mr. John Jamnik, Jr. 

Tucker Shoe Store 

Mr. 8C Mrs. Thomas P. Zdara 

Mr. Joseph Mlakar 

Mr. & Mrs. C. J. Hueber 

Moss Point Hardware 

The A. N. S. Club 

The C. E. Ward Company 

Tucker's Garage 



Mrs. J. M. Vojsak 
Frank Shoe Repairing 
Solon Drug Store 
Mr. Ben Malin 
Mr. H. J. Marxen 
Mattie's Service Station 
Clean Cut Market 
Beachland Department Store 
Elwitt Jewelry Co. 
Beachland Bakery 



"The Women's Civic Club of the City of Euclid" 









EUCLID DAIRY CO. 



There is beauty in 
every drop of milk. 



515 East 200th St. 



Ke. 0515 









The Lake Shore Florist 

Flowers for all occasions 



Cut Flowers . . . Potted Plants 

Corsages . . . Wedding Bouquets and 

Funeral Designs 

18322 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Ivanhoe 6868 



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