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


1943-44 



— • 



Alma Mater 



Green is the springtime, 

White is the snowy shore, 

Colors that I adore, 

Of our Shore High. 

Springtime may pass away, 
Snow linger but a day, 

But thee I'll love for aye. 
Our Shore High dear! 

Dear are the mem'ries, 

Golden the days of yore. 

When we acquired lore, 
At old Shore High! 

Time may bring vain regret. 
Sorrows may irk and fret, 

Yet thee I'll ne'er forget. 
My true Shore High! 



— • 




'Majestic monarch ol 

the sky 
1 he sign or nope and 
triumph nigh. 

We pause to salute you! 



1 pledge allegiance to the rlag 
or the United otates or America 
and to the Kepuhlie lor which it 
stands, one JNaiion indivisible. 
with liberty and justice lor all. 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

Euclid Public Library 



http://archive.org/details/euclidshorehighs1944unse 



To the Shore Boys 

in the Services, 

this book is 

respectfully 

dedicated 



Honor Roll 



Aielt, William 
Adams. John 
Adams, John A. 
Adams, James 
Air, Robert 
Anderson. Betty 
Arko, Edward 
Arko, John 
Armocioa, Charles 
Ashley, James 
Auckland, Lawrence 

B 

Baldwin, Russell 
Bantel, William 
Baressi, Frank 
Barile, Joseph 
Barlag, Walter 
Barnes, Robert 
Barressi, Sam 
Bates, John 
Beck, Harris 
Beerman, Harry 
Bente, William 
Bergem, Jerry 
Bergoch, Frank 
Bergoch, Joseph 
Bergstrom, James 
Bezdek, Harold 
Bezdek, Raymond 
Bezdek, Robert 
Birch, Glen 
Blackie, Benson 
Blase, Louis 
Blew, Jack 
Bluem, William 
Bockel, Allan 
Bockel, Edward 
Bockel, William 
Bolon, Albert 
Bolon, Arthur 
Bondurant, Carlton 
Bossington, William 
Bracklow, Allyn 
Braddock, James 
Braden, Robert 
Brandt, Robert 
Brockman, Fred 
Brockman, Robert 
Bronaka, Charles 
Bronaka, Edward 
Browett, Robert 
Brown, Gilbert 
Brown, William 
Brundage, Don 
Buerkel, David 
Bullard, Loren 
Bullard, Theodore 
Bukovec, Charles 
Bukovec, Joseph 
Bunard, 



Burns, Daniel 
Burns. Don 
Burns, Gordon 
Burns, Thomas 



Calabrese, Ralph 
Calabrese, Salvator 
Campbell. William 
Campitelli, Carlo 
Camplejohn, Reid 
Carlone, Carl D. 
Carlone, Don 
Carlozzi, Emidio 
Cek, Anthony 
Cestarich, Joseph 
Chase, John 
Chesbro, Gene 
Christopher, A. 
Christopher, Tony 
Clasen, Robert 
Cliffel, Robert 
Clover, Walter 
Cobb, Donald 
Coburn, Hugh 
Coken, Walter 
Conway, Joseph 
Cooke, Richard 
Corwin, William 
Coulson, Philip 
Covert, James 
Covert, Kenneth 
Covert, Robert 
Cowhard, Adelbcrt 
Cox, Howard 
Cox, John 
Craft, Leonard 
Crawford, Don 
Criswell, William 
Crockett, Frank 
Crockett, Robert 
Crozier, Kenneth 
Cywinski, Robert 
Cywinski, Gerald 

D 

Daniels, Mark 
Darby. Phillip 
Daw, William 
Daye, Jerry 
Deluga, Norbert 
Dempsey, Joseph 
Dcmpsey, William 
DiSanto, Joseph 
Diirich, W. F. 
Doganiero, Carmen 
Donkin, Gordon 
Donohoe, Merle 
Dorrington, Harold 
Dorrington. William 
Downer, Charles T. 
Doyle, Charles 



Dreer, Elizabeth 
Dvorak, Franklin 

E 

Ely, Richard 
English, George 
Enkler. Carl 
Ettinger, William 
Ettenger, George 
Ettenger, William 
Ewell, DcForest 



Fairly, Owen 
Falkenstein, Henry 
Fanta, Jack 
Fanta, Ralph 
Feikert, Eugene 
Ferrito. A. 
Ferrito, Henry 
Filix, Jack 
Iinan, Richard 
Finnerty, Robert 
Finnerty. William 
Finucan, Raymond 
Fioritto, Henry 
Fioritto, Ralph 
Fischer, Albert 
Flammang, Jack 
Fowler, Hudson 
Fowler, Richard 
Fox, Edward 
Fox, William 
Fuerst, Lawrence 

G 

Gabrenya, Edward 
Gabrenya, Louis 
Gallop, Wallace 
Ganzo, John 
Garapic, Daniel 
Geddes, Eldon 
George, Paul 
George, Ralph 
Gehrke, Clarence 
Gettler, Henry 
Gibbons, James 
Gibson, Edward 
Giesse, Carl 
Giesse, Raymond 
Giesse, William 
*Golinar, Anthony 
Gorg, Norman 
*Graney, Jack 
Gressley, Richard 
Greve, George 
Greve, Paul 
Grossman, Robert 
Grossman, Jack 
Grove, Richard 
Grove, William 
Grub, Frank 
Gunderson. Eugene 



H 

Haak, Russell 
Hajohn, Albert 
Haven, Gene 
Harper, Kenneth 
Harper, Ralph 
Hawley, Fred 
Hawks, Howard 
Hawks, Lambert 
Hay, James 
Hay, William 
Hays, Robert 
Hegenn, Norbert 
Heglaw, Edward 
Hcg'er, Tony 
Heh. William 
Heher, William 
Hehr, Walter 
Henn, Howard 
Henn, John 
Herman, Paul 
Herrick. Theodore 
Heuber, Donald 
Heuser, Jack 
Hodge, Jerome 
Hollyncld. John 
Holtcamp, Edward 
Hommel. Paul 
Hopson, Charles 
Hopton, Ftanklin 
Hrabak. John 
Hug, Edward 
Hug, Robert 
Husted. Donald 
Huston, Harry 

I 
Iacobacci. Joseph 
Iacobacci. Pasquale 
Iacobacci, Patsy 

J 

Jackshaw, Stephen 
Jackshaw, Tillie 
Jackshaw, Walter 
Jacoby. Raymond 
Jamnik, Josephine 
Janes, William 
Janezic, Louis 
Janezic, Victor 
Jeffs, Richard 
Jevnikar, Warren 
Johnson, R.obert 

K 

Karlovic, Eli 
Kelly, James 
Keyes, Joseph 
Klavon, Frank 
Klein. John 
Klein, Ronald 
Kleve, Richard 
Knauss, Harry 



Knific. John 
Kollar, Loretta 
Kobessen, John 
Kozan, Robert 
Kramer, Don 
Krauss, Fred 



Lafuner, George 
Lamacchia, Russell 
Lamb, Emery 
Lang, Paul 
Lang, Robert 
Langa, Edward 
Larick, Bud 
Larick, Duane 
Larick, Ernest 
Larick, Roy 
Larick, Walter 
Lasky, Ralph 
Lasky, Ted 
LaTour, Richard 
Lebet, John 
Lebet, William 
Leon, Harry 
Leppert, Arthur 
Lipovic, Fred 
Loranger, Hal 
LoRe, Anthony 

M 

Malonc. Carl 
Malz, Clarence 
*Malz. Edward 
*Marshall, Edward 
Martin, William 
Mason, Jerry 
Mathews, Robert 
Mathcke. Ray 
Matho, Milan 
Mazick, Thomas 
McDougal, Norma 
McDougall. Robert 
McDougall, Wilbur 
McKeon. Matthew 
McKeon. Otis 
McKimmy, Eugene 
McMillan, Jack 
McNamara. Fred 
Medved, Albert 
Mcdved. Edward 
Medved, Fred 
Mckinda, Joseph 
Mekinda, Kenneth 
Meloy, Robert 
Meola, Kenneth 
Merchant, Arthur 
Metts. Dale 
Meyer, Ethel Mae 
Miller. Robert 
Mitchell, Robert 
Mizner, Ted 



Montgomery. Robert 
Moore, William 
Moulten, James 
Munnings, Ray 
Murray, William 

N 
Nahrstedt, Alvon 
Nahrstedt, Ted 
Namen, Jay 
Nelson, Howard 
Nelson, Neal 
Netschke, Gorden 
Netschke. Richard 
Niebe, John 
Noch, Stanley 

O 

O'Brien, Conway 
Odell, Robert 
Ostrander, Edward 
Otters, Jack 
Otters, Joseph 

P 

Pack, Joseph 
Palko, Emery 
Palko, John 
Palko, Leonard 
Palko, William 
Papouschek, Babe 
Papouschek, Charles 
Papouschek. Ralph 
Parisi, Frank 
Parisi, Joseph 
Parisi, Sam 
Parratt, Smith 
Parziale, Lawrence 
Patrick, Jack 
Patrick, Ruth 
Pech. William 
Pengal, Stanley 
Pengel, Edward 
Perovich, Peter 
Perovick, Nick 
Petan, Henry 
Peterson. Norman 
Pibernick. Edward 
Pierce, Robert 
Podar, Emil 
Polsdorf, George 
Popovic, John 
Powell. Donald 
Plutt, Milan 

R 

Rapp, Raymond 
Rath, Bud 

Rauchflcisch. Edward 
Rearick, Stanley 
Repasky, Andrew 
Reynolds, Paul H. 
Rhoades, Robert 



'Killed in Action. 



Richardson, Ralph 
Riche, Harvey 
Roberts, John 
Robinson, Jack 
Rosa, Paul 
Rood, Kenneth 
Rose, Jack 
Roth, Howard 
Rumery, Jack 
Russell, John 
Russell, William 



Sabine, Kenneth 
Sadler, Ted 
Saile, Robert 
Sanborn, James 
Sarles, George 
Savage, Eugene 
Schafer, Robert 
Schlaeger. Henry 
Schlund, Richard 
Schlund, Robert 
Schmidt, George 
Schroeder, Richard 
Schwartz, George 
Shafer, Jack 
Shalley, Lud 
Shaughncssy, Emmet 
Shaughnessy, J. B. 
Sherman, Donald 
Shimrock, Daniel 
*Shroka, Harold 
Simmermacher, W. 
Simmonds, William 
Simon, Earl 
Sixt, Robert 
Sixt, William 
Skrobot, Frank 
Skrobot. Steve 
Skubic, Albert 
Smaltz, Frank 
Smith, Norman 
Smith, Ralph 
Speidel, Robert 
Spino, Frank 
Sprin/1, Frank 
Stanford, David 
Strahosky, Jack 
Strain, Richard 
Straka, Owen 
Stranahan. Richard 
Stein, Harry 
Steffenhagen, Randall 
Stephens, William 
Stepic, Frank 
Sterkel. Harry 
Sterkel, Lorraine 
Stevenson, William 
Stewart, Duane 
Stocker. Ray 
Sugarman, Alvin 
Sullivan. Anthony 
Sullivan, Dean 
Sutton, Darl 
Sylvester, Jack 
Syracuse, Felix 



Tarantino, John 
Tasinski, T. J. 
Teeter, James F. 
Telich, John 
Temen, Edward 
Teske, Donald 
Tiber, Wayne 
Tinker, Dean 
Tomsic, Louis 
Town, James 
Tully, George 
Twohig, Paul 

U 

Updegraff, Jack 



Vance, William 
Von Hof, Jack 
Vrh, Tony 

W 

Wachtell, Richard 
Wade, William 
Walsh, Jack 
Wallace, James 
Walters, Henry 
Ward, John 
Waterwash, Joseph 
Watt, Albert 
Weatherhead. Ted 
Weber, Richard 
Weir, William 
Werts, James 
Whitcomb, Jack ■ 
Whittles, George 
Wickson. Darrell 
Wightman. Robert 
Wilcox, Robert 
Wilk, Robert 
Winter, Ralph 
Winters, William 
Wise, Peter 
Wiskes, Luke 
Wonderly, Eugene 

Y 

Yan, Peter 
Yan, Philip 
Yeip, Fred 
Yerman, Anthony 
Youngblood, Robert 

Z 

Ziegler, Andrew 
Zwerlein, Walter 

A 
Abbott, Richard 
Aitken, Russell 
Amato, Tony 
Anderson, John 
Anderson, Louis 
Anderson. Robert 
Ausley, Fred 
Antonacci, Dominic C. 
Antonacci. Nick 
Apicello, Roscoe L. 
Arnold, Jaya 



B 

J3aehr, Robert J. 
Bailey, Chester A. 
Baker, Thomas 
Baldwin, Jack G. 
Barnes, Ralph 
Barb, James 
Barressi, Raymond 
Bauer, Frank C. 
Beck, Lawrence 
Benckley, John W. 
Benes, Alexander 
Benes, Charles 
Bernhardy, Bert P. 
Beutler, Robert 
Beutler, Warren 
Black. Wayne 
Blackie, William 
Blasko, August 
Bluem, Jack 
Boehm, Karl 
Bollard. Arthur W. 
Boryenaci, Alexander 
Boyence. Williams 
Bozman, Edward H. 
Brace, Elwyn 
Brown, Raymond 
Brunner, John H. 
Bucar, Louis 
Buettner, Robert J. 
Bergert, Robert 

C 

Campbell, Robert 
Cardinale, Louis P. 
Carlson, Carl E. 
Cntney, Robert 
Carrier, Arthur R. 
Carrier, Alexander G. 
Cerjan, John J. 
Cicenas, Edward 
Ciezco, Joseph T. 
Clark, Orval D. 
Clymer, John 
Converse, John 
Cowin, William 
•Credico, John 
Crozier, Werner 
Curry, Edward 
Curry,' Paul 
Curto, Joseph 

E 

Ely, John 
Ettenger, Charles 



Feda. James J. 
Fisher, Robert 
Fitzgerald. James 
Fitzgerald, Thomas 
Flint, John 
Franks, Edward 
Frabooto, Benny 
Frobotto, Tony 
Fuller, George 
Fuller, William 



Gabrenya, William 
Gara, Francis M. 
Garrett, William A. 
Gerjevic, Frank P. 
Gibbons. Daniel 
Girdley, William 
Gleitz, Herbert 
Gole, Anthony A. 
Gole, Fred 
Graves, James A. 
Grossman, Jack A. 
Grze, Anton 

H 

Hahn, Robert W. 
Hall, Harold 
Hanks, Howard 
Hanlon, Bernard 
Hanson. John A. 
Harper, Howard 
Harper, Robert 
Harris, Frank 
Harris. William 
Harwood, Orville 
Hegler, John 
Hein, Roy 
Henning, John 
Herkmer, George E. 
Herman, Norman 
Herrman, Richard E. 
Hess, Frederick W. 
Hilderbrand, Howard 
Hill. William E. 
Hempelmar, John 
Hinch, Rory O. 
Hodge. Joseph 
Hodgson. James 
Hohl, Joseph 
Hollyfield, John 
Hoofe, William 
Horen, Gene E. 
Hranilovich, Peter 
Hrenko, John 
Hrenko, George 
Hribar, Eugene 
Hribar, Fred 
Holsman, Keith 

I 

Inda. John N. 
Ishay, Kennith 
Ishay, Harry 
Ishay, Harold 

J 

Jackomin, Albir L. 
Jackson, John 
Jogodnic, Anthony J. 
Jogodnic, John 
James, William R. 
Jamnik, Frank 
Jason, Robert L. 
Jasbeck, Stanley 
Jenkins, Robert J. 
Johns, Herbert G. 
Johnson, Eugene 
Johnston, Robert H. 



Jones, Ralph W. 
Jordon Nicholas 

K 

Kasputis, Edward 
Kazen, Edward 
Kazen. William 
Keir. Willard J. 
Kelly, Robert 
Ketchan. Richard 
Kiekel, Henry William 
King, Howard 
Kinhoff, Anthony J. 
Kinnamon. George 
Kirchner, Robert 
Klafovic, John 
Korosec, Henry 
Korthals, John 
Kovacic, Harold 
Krall. Mathew 
Krebs. Robert 
Kreilach. Richard N. 
Kremm, Joseph 
Kreyssig, Robert L. 
Kruck. Robert Frank 
Krznarich. John 
Krznarich, Rudolph 
Kuhn, Richard 
Kulke, Joseph 
Kulke, Morbert 



Lapuk, Frank Edward 
Lardner, George F. 
Legan. Clarence 
Lehman, Peter 
Leonardi, Carl 
Leskovec. Joseph 
Lewis. Edward 
Lloyd. Harold 
Lloyd, William 
Loncar, Anton 
Long, William 
Long, Gordon 
Long, Virgil 
Luikart, Loyal E. 

M 

Mahoney, John 
Malone, Louis 
Mauce, Frank 
Matko, Rudolph 
Mattes, Mathews 
Mattie, James 
Malteo, Nicholas 
Mekinda. Edward 
Mennier, John 
Mezzacappa, Charles 
Mgrublian. Harold 
Miller, George 
Miller, Jeannette 
Miller. Merle 
Miller. Robert C. 
Miller, Warren A. 
Mlachak, Harvey J. 
Moffet, John B. 
Motiska. Edward 
Moulton, James A. L. 



Munnings, Charles 
Murphy, Paul 
Murray, L. Jane 
Murray. William 
McCloud. Robert 
McClure. John 
McCormick, Paul R. 
McDonald, Donald 
McDonald, Russell 

N 
Nason, Alfred G. 
Nauth. Arthur A. 
Nemec, May 
Niccum, Bob 
Novinc, Dan 

O 

Obrenza. Antony 
Ogilvie. David 
Oilei, Frank 
Oiler. Eugene 
Oliver, Ed 
O'Neill, Cyrill 
Overacre, Jack 
Overacre, Floyd 
Ovsek, Adolph 
Ovsek, John 



Parisi, James 
Peake, Howard B. 
Pearson, Evert E. 
Peck. William J. 
Perry, Lloyd Q. 
Petan, Henry 
Petek, Elmer F. 
Pfeiffcr. Paul G. 
Pike. Wilbur 
Pluth, Elmer 
Plutt. Frank 
Plutt, Milan 
Ponikvar, Jack 
Popek, Frank 
Proster, Raymond 

R 

Ramona. Joe 
Ranker, Frank 
Ranker, Richard 
Rankin. William 
Raupaulk. Kenneth 
Rause, Ralph 
Ray. Ralph 
Raybuck, Don 
Redrick, Stanley 
Reed. James 
Repasky, Ed 
Richardson, Kenneth 
Richardson. Paul 
Roberts, John 
Roberts, Anthony 
Robertson, John C. 
Rocewicky. Michael 
Roeder. Wm. E. 
Ronske. Robert J. 



'Killed in Action. 



Rood, Kenneth G. 
Rosa, Paul J. 
Rose, John J. 
Roth, Howard E. 
Rumery, John Wayne 
Rush, Edward C. 
Russ, Charles C. 
Russell, John A. 
Ruttcr, Harold E. 



Sarles, George 
Savchak, Edward J. 
Scandrett, Le Roy 
Schaefer, Robert D. 
Schafer, William W. 



Schaub, Dennis L. 
Schink. Howard C. 
Schlaeger, Jack H. 
Schlicker, Robert L. 
Schneider, Wm. 
Schott, Albert 
Schott, Raymon 
Schromni. Robert 
Schultz. William 
Stockall, John D. 
Stocker, Ray A. 
Stoekel, James R. 
Stranahan, Wm. 
Strauss, Frank Wm. 
Stray, Richard 
Sullivan. Joe F. 
Svetin, Joe A. 



Swenson, Beril G. 
Sylvester, Wm. 



Talty, Martin C. 
Tannehill, Robert C. 
Taylor. Howard 
Teske, Kenneth 
Thompson, John 
Tiber, Wayne 
Trivisonno, Agnes L 
Trivisonno, James 
Tucker, Robert R. 

U 

Ulepic, Charles J. 
Ulogar, Albert 
Ulogar. John 



Vene, Victor F. 
Verla, Edward E. 
Vernik, Wm. 
Vesel, Edward M 
Vickerman, Jack R. 
Vogel, Kenneth 
Volpe, Edward J. 

W 

Wachtell, Elmer 
Wallace, Alfred 
Wallace, Kenneth 
Walsh, John F. 
Walters, Edward 
Ward, Raymond 
Water, William C. 



Waterwash, Sam 
Watt, Albert 
Weiss, Robert 
Weist, Lawrence A. 
Wendorf, Carl F. 
Werts, Wm. W. Jr. 
Wesley, Robert 
Weybrecht, Howard 
Weybrecht, Jim 
Weybrecht. Richard 
Weybrecht, Robert 
White, Paul A. 
Wilhelm, Keith 
Wilson, Alice 
Wilson, George W. 
Wilson, Keith 
Winters. Reinald H. 



Y 

Yopel, John P. 
Yeys, Arthur 
Yoger, John 
Yuhas, John G. 



Zack, Adam L. 
Zajer, Rudolph S. 
Zdara, Leonard 
Zele, Fred F. 
Zgonc, John F. 
Zivich, John 
Zuber, Walter 
Zupancic, Frank J. 



'Killed in Action. 



Dear Diary: 

Sept. 7 — You should see all the begin- 
ning freshmen running around; we seem 
to have more new students than ever be- 
fore this year. 

Sept. 1 7 — Painesville bested us in a 
sweeping victory for their football team 
today with a score of 13-0. The first 
game of the season too. 

Sept. 20 — A brand new club is being 
introduced to Shore, a Whirlo Club with 
Miss Gill as sponsor. 

Sept. 23 — Our Shore Breeze is being 
sent free of charge to the fellows in serv- 
ice so that they may keep up with school 
activities. 

Sept. 24 — This afternoon it was our 
turn to win, and we did, with a 14-0 vic- 
tory over Orange. In this game Dick 
Wilcox broke his leg. Get well soon 
Dick. 



Sept. 27 — This year's editor of the 
"Log" is Edith Fischer, and, Diary, I 
hope she has room for you. 

Sept. 29 — Lois Wilhelm has been 
elected president of the Whirlo Club; now 
things will start to hum. 

Sept. 30 — Magician Seymour took the 
students and faculty for a rollicking ad- 
venture in the "Land of Sleight of Hand," 
and I'm still wondering what became of 
the pigeon. 

Oct. 1 — 13-7, with Shore on the top 
half, was our winning score against Gar- 
field. And did everybody enjoy them- 
selves with those especially imported hot- 
dogs by the courtesy of the Student 
Council! 

Oct. 4 — Teachers are human. They 
proved this by having a baby show, auc- 
tion and picnic at the Euclid Park club- 
house this fine and balmy evening. 



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Junior and Senior Class Sponsors 



Board of Education 




FIRST ROW: Paul H. Torbet. Alice Ressler. Russell H. Erwine, Frank Mills. 
Strohm, John F. Davis, Raymond J. Turk. Loren J. Bullard, Loyal E. Luikart. 



SECOND ROW: Anton E. 



DURING these critical war years American 
youth has been brought face to face with 
several very serious challenges. Thou- 
sands of our young people have been forced to 
decide whether to enter combat service or to 
assist with defense industry, or to continue their 
education. The decision has not been an easy 
one to make. American youth, always highly 
patriotic, understands what it means to main- 
tain the American way of life at whatever cost 
is necessary. 

Lure of high wages offers a far more subtle, 
if less valid, challenge. But let it be said to the 
glory of American youth that by far the most 
of them want to continue their educational prep- 
aration for a post-war world which will require 
not only all the intelligence and skill, but the 
patience, insight and tolerance, that can be 
brought to bear upon it. This is the high task 
to which American High School boys and girls 
are committed. Your teachers and friends have 
confidence that you will continue your prep- 
aration and thus carry the torch for a better 
world. 

Russell H. Erwine 
Superintendent of Schools 





Graduates of 1944: 

IN one of the most eventful years of history, 
you are stepping into places of responsibil- 
ity that will call into use the full measure of 
every skill and ability you have acquired in a 
few years at school. With trust in God, loyalty 
to your country, and honesty to yourself, may 
you fulfill your duties and contribute to the 
present and future well-being of America. Re- 
gard well the heritage of Liberty and of Orderly 
Government. Enjoy the privilege of pursuing 
happiness, in good and wholesome ways. In 
short, my hope is that you all may be blessed 
with useful and happy lives. 

Leonard E. Loos 
Principal 




Elsa L. Albrecht, Dean of Girls; Leonard Voorhees, Director of Pupil Personnel; Walter Schwegler, 

Dean of Boys. 



Lucille Aingworth 

"Very good." 

A.B. from Flora Stone Mather. 
M.A. from Columbia Univer- 
sity; English; Newcomers Club ; 
Chairman of the Faculty Social 
and Welfare Committee. 



Meryl Baumer 

"Now cherubs . . ." 
A.B. from Wittenberg College. 
University of Wisconsin, LL.B. 
from John Marshall School of 
Law; English and Dramatics: 
National Forensic League and 
the Junior Play. 



Adrian J. Buerger 

"Stop that noise." 
B.S. from University of Day- 
ton, E.E. from Ohio State Uni- 
versity; Mathematics; Standard 
Tests and War Activities. 



Ford L. Case 

"All right boys." 
B.S. from Ohio University. 
M.S. from University of Wis- 
consin; Industrial Arts; Basket- 
ball Coach; Faculty Social and 
Welfare Committee. 



Louise Darst 

"Will you please open the win- 
dow a little?" 

A.B. from Oberlin College, 
M.A. from New York Univer- 
sity: Commercial Work; School 
Bookkeeper. 




aL*'^ 




Lester Angene 

"Now the naive person would 
say ..." 

A.B. from Heidelberg College. 
M.A. from Ohio State Univer- 
sity; English; Sponsor of the 
Log, Member of the Boys' 
Guidance Committee, aid Aca- 
demic Publicity; Senior Play. 



John Beck 

"1 have a letter here!" 
Cincinnati Conservatory of Mu- 
sic, Baldwin- Wallace College, 
Diploma in Public School Mu- 
sic; Choir and vocal work. 



Pera Campbell 

"SureLY" 

B.A. from Defiance School, 
University of Wisconsin, M.A. 
from Ohio State University; 
English; Service Club; Presi- 
dent of the Euclid Teachers As- 
sociation, and Standard Tests. 



Betty (Woodworth) 

Clark 

"It may he sooner than you 

think!" 

A.B. from Otterbein and M.A. 

from Ohio University; Art; 

Assembly. 



Marie Davis 

"Shhlll" 

B.A. from Ohio W e s 1 e y a n , 
Columbia. Ohio State Univer- 
sity, and Western Reserve: So- 
cial Science and English; Junior 
Red Cross. 



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James W. Gebhart 

"Out of the halls now, boys!" 
B.S. from Heidelberg College, 
M.S. from Ohio State Univer- 
sity. Western Reserve. Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, and Toledo 
University; Chemistry; Chair- 
man of Safety. Visual Educa- 
tion, Assembly and Guidance. 



Dale Harper 

"See you tomorrow morning at 
a quarter to eight." 
B.S. from Cincinnati Conserva- 
tory of Music. University of 
Cincinnati. University of Akron, 
and M.A. from Western Re- 
serve; Band and Orchestra. 



Albert Mitchel 

"Ready? Ready?" 

B.S. from Western Reserv( 

Junior Orchestra. 



June Phypers 

"May I have your attention?" 
B.A. from Denison University 
and M.A. from Western Re- 
serve; Typing; Business Staff of 
the Annual and Assistant in the 
Book Room. 




1 to 




Dorothy B. Gill 

"Girls, act your age." 
B.A. from Ohio State Univer- 
sity; Physical Education; Girls' 
Leaders Club, Girls' Athletic 
Club, and Whirlo Club: Faculty 
Social and Welfare. 



Edith K. Lemon 

"Now, I don't want to have 
my picture taken." 
B.S. from Northwestern Col- 
lege and M.A. from Graduate 
School of Western Reserve; 
Home Economics; Sponsor of 
the Red Cross and the Student 
Council. 



Margarette Patrick 

"Bien!" 

A.B. from Western Reserve; 
Spanish, History, and Business; 
War Activities, Music, and 
Guidance. 



Annette E. Pierson 

"you're just trying to kid me 
about Mentor." 

B.S. from Kent State, M.A. 
from Graduate School of West- 
ern : History and Government : 
Senior Sisters; War Activities 
and Standard Tests. 



John J. Pohto 

"Come on now, let's show some 
of that old Shore Spirit!" 
B.S. from Ohio State Univer- 
sity and M.A. from Western 
Reserve; Mechanical Drawing; 
Baseball Coach: Megaphone 
Club; Scale and Triangle. 




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Hetty E. Rosenberger 

"For mercy sakes!" 
B.S. from I : lora Stone Mather 
and M.A. from Columbia Uni- 
versity; Home Economics. 



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Roy B. Sharrock 

"A round circle cut half in two 
is a what? Semi-circle!" 
M.A. from Columbia Univer- 
sity and B.S. from Wooster 
College; Science; Radio and 
Code Club. 



Harry W. Spangler 

"Tickets will be on sale as usu- 
al." 

A.B. from Heidelberg College 
and M.S. from Western Re- 
serve; Biology and General Sci- 
ence; Ad Committee and Ath- 
letic Director. 



Walter Schwegler 

"Another exit pass?" 
A.B. from Baldwin- Wallace 
College; M.A. from Western 
Reserve; General Science; Dean 
of Boys. Guidance. 



Anthony Vaccariello 

"Now let's be quiet, people!" 
B.S. from Miami University 
and Western Reserve; Spanish, 
English, and General Language; 
Chairman of Assembly Pro- 
grams and War Activities. 



Paul Winters 

"Kill the canaries." 
M.A. from Northwestern and 
B.A. from Illinois State Univer- 
sity; Industrial Arts; Drivers 
Club. 




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Elisabeth Smith 

"All right, now." 
A.B. from Flora Stone Mather; 
Social Studies and History; 
Friendship Club. 



Ira M. Stubbart 

"If you play ball with me, I'll 
play ball with you." 
A.B. from University of Iowa 
and Cleveland Teachers Col- 
lege; Mathematics; Standard 
Tests. 



Clarence 

swackhammer 

won't go till you get 



"We 
quiet 
B.S. 
from 
M.A. 



Education. 



from Ohio State, E.D. 
Ohio University, and 
from Columbia; Physical 



Charles C. Vaughn 

"Let's get all our copy in." 
A.B. from Bethany College and 
M.A. from Ohio State Univer- 
sity; Journalism and Printing. 



Stanley Whiteside 

"I don't know if you people 
remember or not, but . . ." 
B.A. from Ohio State Univer- 
sity; History and Government; 
National Honor Society and 
Noon Movies. 



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Jane A. Williams 

"An empty wagon rattles the 
most." 

Denison University, Ph.B from 
Ohio State University, and Chi- 
cago University ; German and 
Latin; War Activities and As- 
sembly. 



Irene E. Horvath, R.N. 

"How do you feel?" 
Fairview Park Hospital School 
of Nursing; Frances Payne Bol- 
ton School of Nursing, Public 
Health Nursing. 



Helen D. Chalfant 

"We must have it quiet!" 
Ohio State University, B.S. in 
Education; Western Reserve 
University. School of Library 
Science, B.S. in L.S. 




Beula Wilson 

"Let's get busy, people." 
B.A. and M.A. from Western 
Reserve and University of 
Southern California; Algebra 
and Mathematics; Girl Reserve 
Club. 



Arthur Bones 

"Professor of Janitorial En- 
gineering." 



Deforest R. Ewell 

"Sarge." 

For nine years he's never failed 

to greet us. 



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Edna W. Woodworth 

"Don't you see?" 

B.S. from Western Reserve 

Mathematics. 



Mary R. Crampton 

"Did you want something?" 
University of Michigan, A.B. 



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January 

Lawrence Auckland President 

Marge Young , Vice-President 

Martha Hauser : Treasurer 

Rita Schroeder Secretary 



June 

Tom Miller President 

Ed Flammang '. Vice-President 

Helen Greene Treasurer 

Louise DiSanto Secretary 




Larry Auckland 

"Are you ready.' 1 Well let's go!" 
National Honor Society (3, 4) ; 
Class President (4) ; Hi-Y (3. 
4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; Chorus 
(3, 4) ; Track (3. 4). 



Norman Brandt 

"A man of wisdom." 
National Honor Society (3, 4) ; 
Junior Play; Senior Play; Hi- 
Y (3. 4) ; Orchestra (1, 2, 3. 
4) ; Band (1. 2. 3, 4) ; Movie 
Operator (2, 3, 4). 



Tom Burns 

"He travels the fastest who trav- 
els alone." 

Breeze Staff (3, 4) ; Football 
(3, 4) ; Basketball (1, 2. 3, 
4) ; Track (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Florence Cerbin 

"Many a round." 
Red Cross (2, 3) ; G. A. C. 
(2, 3, 4) ; Friendship Club (2, 
3, 4). 



Christine Curto 

"Curlilocks." 

Friendship Club (2) : G. A. C. 
(2, 3, 4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; 
Red Cross (3); Movies (4). 



Bob Cywinski 

"Variety is the spice of life." 
Entered from Collinwood, in 
the 10th grade. Hi-Y (3, 4) ; 
Basketball (3) ; Hockey (4). 










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Ed Diemer 

"Still water runs deep." 
Senior Play; Hi-Y (3, 4) 
Band (2, 4) ; Orchestra (4). 



Kathleen Everett 

"Talkative and thinkative.' 



Dolores Fondran 

"One of 'the best." 
National Honor Society (4); 
Annual Staff (4); Breeze Staff 
(4) ; Friendship Club (2, 3, 
4) ; G. A. C. (2, 3, 4) ; Senior 
Sisters (4). 



Martha Hauser 

"Kind words can never die." 
National Honor Society (3, 4) ; 
National Quill and Scroll (4) ; 
Class Treasurer (4) ; Breeze 
Editor (4) : Annual Staff (4) ; 
Junior Play: Senior Play; Ad 
Committee (2, 3, 4); Student 
Council (.3), Advisory Board 
(4); Senior Sisters (4); Red 
Cross (4); Girls' Leaders Club 
(3, 4) : Friendship Club (2. 3. 
4) ; G. A. C. (2. 3). Board 
(4 ) , Letter 4. 



Dorothy Heuser 

"I love a parade." 
Friendship Club (2. 3. 4); 
G. A. C. (4) ; Whirlo Club 
(4) ; Red Cross (2. 4) : Ma- 
jorette (1. 2, 3, 4) . 



Walt Hill 

"You can depend on me." 

National Honor Society (3 

4) ; Class Treasurer (3) ; Stu 
dent Council (2. 3) ; Hi-Y (3 

4); Football Manager (3, 4) 

Baseball Manager (2. 3. 4) 

Basketball Manager (2. 3, 4) 
Prom Committee (3). 



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Frank Hopton 

"A genuine sport." 
National Honor Society (3, 4) ; 
Junior Play; Senior Play; Or- 
chestra (2, 3); Band (1. 2, 
3); Movie Operator (2, 3), 
Manager (4). 



Adrian Keefe 

"I knouj a youth who loves a 
little maid.'' 

Junior Play; Hi-Y (3. 4); 
Prom Committee (3); Chorus 
(4) ; Boys' Octet (4). 



John Kerr 

"A grand fellow." 

Entered in Freshman year from 

Collinwood. Junior Hi-Y (1), 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football Manager 

(3). 



Bob Kozan 

"I never had a chance." 
Conservation (1); Hockey (2, 
3) ; Basketball (1). 



Polly Matteo 

"With History for a Stepping- 
stone." 

Whirlo Club (4); Friendship 
Club (2) ; G. A. C. (2, 3, 4) ; 
Red Cross (3); Movies (3. 
4). 



Ethel Mae Meyer 

"Silence is golden." 

Red Cross (2) ; Choir (2, 3). 




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Gordon Netschke 

"Oh. Those Saturday Nights!" 
National Honor Society (3, 
4 ) ; Class President ( 3 ) ; Stu- 
dent Council ( 1 ) ; Hi-Y (3), 
Secretary (4); Basketball (1. 
2. 3, 4) ; Track (3, 4) ; Foot- 
ball (2, 3, 4). 



Joseph Paolino 

"A swell guy." 
Entered in Junior 
East Tech. 



year from 



AlLLEEN POLCAR 

"That winning way." 

Class Secretary (1, 2); Student 

Council (4) ; Breeze Staff (4) ; 

Annual Staff (4) ; Red Cross 

(4) ; G. A. C. ( 1, 2, 3. 4) ; 

Glee Club (2, 3). 



Genevieve Potts 

"Trust in me." 

Breeze Staff (4); Annual Staff 
(4) : Friendship Club (2, 3. 
4) ; Senior Play; G. A. C. (2. 
3. 4) ; Choir ( 1 ). 



Rita Schroeder 

"She floats on the ocean of his 
thoughts." 

National Honor Society (4); 
Class Vice-President (4); An- 
nual Staff (4) ; Student Council 

( 1 ) ; Breeze (4) ; G. A. C. (3, 
4) ; Friendship Club (2. 3, 4) ; 
Red Cross (4) ; Whirlo Club 

(4) ; Senior Sisters (4) ; Prom 
Committee (3). 



Frank Spino 

"They laugh that win." 
Breeze Staff (3, 4) ; Hi-Y (3. 
4) ; Basketball (1. 2. 3, 4) ; 
Football (2, 3. 4); Track 
( 1 ) ; Conservation Club ( 1 ) ; 
Movie Operator (1, 2). 



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Jean Wade 

"Bashful as a school-girl." 
Student Council (4) ; Friend- 
ship Club (2, 3, 4) ; G. A. C. 

(3, 4). 



Walter Arunski 

"Little things are great to little 

men." 

Football (3,4); Wrestling (2). 



Tom Aubrey 

"Would you like to read this?" 
Entered in Junior year from 
Collinwood. 



Bob Bosworth 

"The fun grew fast and furi- 
ous." 

Hi-Y (3). President (4) ; 
Football (3, 4); Wrestling (2, 
4) ; Prom Committee (3) ; 
Senior Play. 



Carolyn Blakely 

"The very best of courtesy." 
Entered in Sophomore year 
from Addison, National Honor 
Society (4); Friendship Club 
(3). Vice-President (4); Serv- 
ice Club (4) ; Senior Sisters 
(4). 



Barbara Blumer 

"It's the gypsy in her." 
Annual Staff ' (4) ; G. A. C. 
(2, 3, 4) ; Whirlo Club (4). 




Marge Young 

"Keep right on smiling." 
Class Secretary (2, 4); Annual 
Staff (4) : Breeze Staff (4) ; 
Junior Play; Senior Play; Stu- 
dent Council ( 3 ) ; Friendship 
Club (2, 3, 4) ; G. A. C. (2. 
3) : Red Cross (4) ; Girls' 
Leaders Club (4); Glee Club 
(2. 3) ; Choir (2, 3, 4). 



Josephine Christopher 

"Friendliness toward all." 
Breeze Staff (4); G. A. C. 
(4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; Red 
Cross (4). 



Dorothy Cimperman 

"Trust in me." 

Entered in Sophomore year 
from Collinwood. Annual Staff 
(4) ; Breeze Staff (4) ; Friend- 
ship Club (4) : G. A. C. (4) ; 
Whirlo Club (4): Red Cross 
(4) ; Girls' Glee Club (2). 



Dorothy Crawley 

"Ever dependable.'' 
National Forensic League (3, 
4) ; Annual Staff (4) ; Friend- 
ship Club (2. 3). Social Chair- 
man (4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; 
Service Club (4) ; G. A. C. 
(1. 2. 4). Secretary-Treasurer 
(3) : Girls' Leaders Club (2, 
3, 4) : Junior Play; Senior Sis- 
ters (4) . 



June Crowell 

"The future belongs to the air- 

minded." 

Entered in Senior year from 

Bellevue. Annual Staff (4) ; 

Friendship Club (4). 



Rosemary Cunningham 

"Collinwood 's gift to Shore." 
Entered in Senior year from 
Collinwood. 



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Barbara Day 

"/ lead a charmed life." 
Entered in Junior year from 
Collinwood. Annual Staff (4) ; 
Friendship Club (3, 4) ; G. A. 
C. (4) ; Megaphone Club (4) ; 
Whirlo Club (4) ; Choir (4) : 
Prom Committee (3) ; Senior 
Play. 

Donna Daye 

"Look, then, into thine heart 
and write." 

National Honor Society (3). 
President (4); National Foren- 
sic League (3, 4) ; Annual Staff 

(4); Student Council (4); 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4); 
Whirlo Club (4) ; Senior Sis- 
ters (4); Girls' Leaders Club 

(2, 3, 4) ; G. A. C. (1, 2, 3), 
Vice-President (4); Band (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Orchestra (1. 2. 4) ; 
Dance Band (1, 2, 3) ; Senior 
Play. 



Ken Decker 

"One. two, three!!!" 
Entered in Sophomore year 
from Kirk Junior High. Hi-Y 
(3), Treasurer (4); Baseball 
(4) ; Senior Play. 



Louise Di Santo 

"Sincere at all times." 
National Honor Society (4) ; 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4): 
G. A. C. (4) ; Service Club 
(4) ; Whirlo Club (4) : Girls' 
Leaders Club (4) ; Junior Play; 
Class Secretary (4) ; Senior Sis- 
ters Chairman (4) . 



Margaret Dressler 

"Still a small voice." 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4) 
Senior Sisters (4). 



Rosemary Dunn 

"Busy as a bee." 
Entered in Senior year from 
Toronto High. G. A. C. (4) : 
Whirlo Club (4). 














Richard Ely 

"He left for service quietly." 
Hockey (1, 2) ; Track (1) 
Radio Club (1) ; Band (3). 



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Marjorie Farrell 

"Quiet but sweet." 

Friendship Club (2, 3, 4) ; 

Girl Reserves ( 1 ) ; Choir ( 1 ) 



Edith Fischer 

"English as it is spoken." 
National Honor Society (3. 4) ; 
National Quill and Scroll (4); 
National Forensic League (3, 
4) ; Annual Editor (4) ; Red 
Cross Council Chairman (4) ; 
Senior Sisters (4) ; G. A. C. 
(1, 2. 3. 4) ; Scenery (1.2, 
3, 4); Junior Play; Senior 
Play. 



- Ed Flammang 

"None but the brave deserve the 
fair." 

Hi-Y (3). President of Chapter 
I (4) ; Football (4) ; Basket- 
ball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Baseball (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Junior Play. 



Teddy Frank 

" Rollin' along." 
National Honor Society (3, 4) ; 
Annual Staff (4); Friendship 
Club (2, 3. 4) ; Service Club 
(4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; G. A. 
C. (1. 2, 3. 4) ; Orchestra (1, 
2, 3, 4); Senior Sisters (4). 



Bill Frissell 

"Beware the fury of a patient 

man." 

Hi-Y (3), Treasurer (4); 

Football (2, 3. 4); Hockey 

(3) ; Wrestling (1, 2) ; Band 

(L 2). 



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Lois Froelich 

"You'd never know she's there." 
Entered from Morgan Park 
High School in Senior year. 





Adel Heinrich 

"The very pink of perfection." 
National Honor Society (4) : 
Class Vice-President (3); Ad 
Committee (3, 4); Friendship 
Club (2, 3, 4) : Whirlo (4) ; 
Senior Sisters (4) ; Girls' Lead- 
ers Club (3. 4) ; G. A. C. (1, 
2, 3. 4) ; Girls' Glee Club (1 ) ; 
Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Junior 
Play; Prom Committee (3). 



Evelyn Funk 

"The Friendliness in her smile." 
Student Council (4); Friend- 
ship Cub (2. 3. 4) ; Whirlo 
Club (4); Girls' Leaders Club 
(2, 3, 4) ; G. A. C. (2, 3) ; 
Choir (1, 2, 3, 4). 



Ann Marie George 

"Silent sincerity." 
Annual Staff (4) ; Friendship 
Club (3, 4); Whirlo Club 
(4) ; G. A. C. (3, 4) ; Band 

(2, 3). 



Helen Greene 

"Ready with a helping hand." 
Student Council ( 3 ) . Advisory 
Board (4) ; Friendship Club 
(2, 3. 4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; 
Service Club (4) ; Choir (1, 
2 ) ; Senior Sisters (4) . 



Bill Grossman 

"All mankind loves a lover." 
Hi Y (3), President of Chapter 
III (4) ; Annual Staff (4) ; 
Hockey (3. 4) : Football (2. 
3, 4) ; Senior Play. 



Geraldine Hamilton 

"In her own quiet way." 
Entered in Senior Year from 
Canonsburg High. Whirlo Club 
(4). 





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Audrey Henn 

"Do I worry?" 

National Quill and Scroll (4); 

Breeze Staff (4) ; Annual Staff 

(4) ; Friendship Club (2, 3. 
4) ; Red Cross (4) ; Girls' 
Leaders Club (3, 4) ; G. A. C. 

(2, 3, 4) ; Cheerleader (3. 4) ; 
Junior Play; Senior Play. 



Tom Herrick 

"In measureless content." 
Annual Staff (4) ; Student 
Council (1, 3), Vice-President 
(4). Advisory Board (3, 4); 
Hi-Y (3). Treasurer (4); 
Football (2. 3. 4) ; Hockey (3, 
4) ; Senior Play. 



Bob Himes 

"A hat, not much the worse 
for wear." 

Student Council (1. 2): Hi-Y 
(3. 4) : Football (3, 4) ; Sen- 
ior Play. 



Alice Hollyfield 

"Take a pair of sparkling eyes." 
Entered in Senior year from 
Knoxville, Tennessee. Friend- 
ship (4) ; G. A. C. (4). 



Marjorie Hopson 

"The humor of it." 
National Quill and Scroll (4) ; 
National Forensic League (3, 
4) ; Breeze Staff (4) ; Annual 
Staff (4) ; Junior Play; Friend- 
(2, 3, 4) ; Senior 
; Red Cross ( 4 ) ; 
(2, 3, 4); Girls- 
Choir (1, 2) ; 



ship Club 
Sisters (4 
G. A. C. 
Glee Club (2) 
Senior Play. 



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Don Howell 

"Have you heard this one!'" 
Entered from Portsmouth, 
Ohio, in Junior year. Junior 
Play; Hi-Y (3, 4). 



Bruce Huston 

"Watch the birdie." 
Entered from Mentor High in 
Freshman year. National For- 
ensic League (3, 4) ; Annual 
Staff (4) ; Junior Play; Dis- 
aster Corps (2, 3, 4) ; Camera 
Club ( 1 ) ; Hi-Y (3. 4) ; Choir 
(4) ; Senior Play; Whirlo (4). 



Hanna Johnson 

"On wings of song." 
National Forensic League (4); 
Anjiual Staff (4); Breeze Staff 
(3, 4) ; Junior Play; Ad Com- 
mittee (3); Service Club (4); 
Senior Sisters (4) ; Friendship 
Club (2), Publicity (3), Pro- 
gram Chairman (4) ; G. A. C. 
(3), Board (4); Glee Club 
(1, 2) ; Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Senior Play. 

Marilynn Johnson 

"She wears a pair of silver 
wings." 

National Honor Society (3, 
4); National Quill and Scroll 
(4); National Forensic League 
(3), Secretary (4); Annual 
Staff (4) ; Breeze Staff (1,2, 
3, 4) ; Junior Play; Ad Com- 
mittee (2. 3, 4); Friendship 
Club (2), Inter-Club Councilor 
(3), President (4) ; G. A. C. 
(1, 2), Board (3), President 
(4) ; Girls' Leaders Club (4) ; 
Red Cross (4); Service Club 
(4); Senior Sisters (4); Glee 
Club (1 ) ; Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Senior Play. 

Marge Kirchner 

"Always merry and bright." 
Breeze Staff (3, 4) ; Annual 
Staff; Friendship Club (2, 3, 
4) ; Megaphone Club (3, 4) ; 
Whirlo Club (4) ; G. A. C. 
(2, 3, 4). 



Ray Kollar 

"With a sunny personality." 
Breeze Staff (4) ; Hi-Y (3, 
4) ; Track (2) ; Football (2) ; 
Choir (2). 





ROLLIN KOLLIE 

"He wears the rose of youth 

upon him." 

Annual Staff (4) ; Hi-Y (3, 

4) ; Baseball (2, 4) ; Choir ( 1, 

2); Movie Operator (3, 4); 

Senior Play. 



Joe Kopanski 

"No virtue so becomes a young 
man as silence." 
Entered in Senior year from 
L'Anse. Michigan. 



Dorothy Lakan 

"Quiet but ever so cheerful" 
Annual Staff (4); Friendshic 
Club (4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; 
Service Club (4 ) . 



Tom Lang a 

"A flash on the ice." 

Breeze Staff (4); Hockey (3, 

4). 



Dorothy Lesser 

"Liked by all." 

National Honor Society (4) ; 
Annual Staff (4) ; Junior Play; 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4) ; 
Girls' Leaders Club (3. 4) ; 
G. A. C. (2, 3, 4) ; Whirlo 
Club (4) ; Service Club (4) : 
Senior Play. 



Lois Maldovan 

"Give a cheer." 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4) ■ 
Megaphone Club (3, 4 ) : 
Cheerleader (4) ; G. A. C. ( 1. 
2. 3. 4) ; Whirlo Club (4). 



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Ruth McMaster 

"A charming, quiet Miss." 
National Quill and Scroll; 
Breeze Staff (2, 4) ; Annual 
Staff (4) ; Friendship Club (2, 
3, 4) ; G. A. C. (2, 3, 4) ; 
Whirlo Club (4) ; Senior Sis- 
ters (4) ; Service Club (4). 




Norman Mlachak 

"The Breeze has improved." 
Hi-Y (4) ; National Quill and 
Scroll (4); Breeze Editor (4). 



Margaret Merrills 

"With a congenial smile." 
Friendship Club (3, 4); Red 
Cross (1, 2, 3) : Whirlo Club 
(4) ; Service Club (4) ; G. A. 
C. (1, 2. 3, 4). 




Tom Moore 

"A baseball team's delight." 
Baseball (1, 2. 3). Captain 
(4): Hockey (2); Hi-Y 
Treasurer of Chapter II (4). 



Jeanne Meyers 

"Faithful are the words of a 
friend." 

Breeze Staff (4) ; Annual Staff 
(4) ; Ad Committee (3, 4) ; 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4); 
Whirlo Club (4) ; Red Cross 
(4) ; G. A. C. ( 1, 2, 3. 4) ; 
Prom Committee (3) ; Choir 
(1, 2, 3, 4). 



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Bob Niccum 

"It is for the good of my coun- 
try that I leave." 
Entered in Junior year from 
Collin wood. Junior Play; Hi- 
Y (3, 4) ; Football (4). 



Don Miller 

"Blue Eyes" 

Entered from Johnstown, Pa. 




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Shirley Olsen 

"She thinks of everything." 
Breeze Staff (3). Student 
Council (3). Advisory Board 
(4) ; Friendship Club (2, 3. 
4): Megaphone Club (3): 
Whirlo Club (4) ; G. A. C. 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Choir (4); 
Prom Committee (3); Senior 
Play. 



Roy Miller 

"There used to be giants in the 

world." 

Conservation Club (1); Choir 

(1, 2, 3, 4). 



Tom Miller 

"The ace of all good fellows!" 
Class President (3, 4); Hi-Y 
(3), Vice-President (4); Foot- 
ball (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Basketball 
( 1. 2. 3. 4) ; Choir (1, 2, 3, 
4 ) ; Prom Committee Chairman 
(3). 






Bob Palko 

"Not a care in the world." 
Breeze Staff (4) ; Hi-Y (4) ; 
Football (3, 4). 



Wilma Pierce 

"The typist type." 



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George Popovic 

"A little man." 

Freshman basketball; Hi-Y (3, 

4) ; Wrestling. 



Virginia Protz 

"Ready, willing, and able." 
National Honor (4); Annual 
Staff (4) ; Friendship Club (2, 
3. 4); Whirlo Club (4); 
Service Club (4); Senior Sis- 
ters (4) ; G. A. C. (2, 3, 4) ; 
Girls' Leaders Club (4). 



Bill Read 

"Happy as they come." 
Hi-Y '(3), Secretary (4) ; 
Football (2, 3) ; Track (2, 3, 
4) ; Hockey (2, 3, 4) ; Senior 
Play. 



Bob Reeher 

"Fun forever." 

Jr. High Track ( 1 ) ; Jr. High 

Basketball (1). 



Dorothy Rhoades 

"There's a secret in my heart." 
Annual Staff (4); National 
Quill and Scroll (3, 4) ; Breeze 
Staff (3), Advertising Manager 
(4) ; Student Council ( 3 ) , 
Advisory Board (3, 4), Secre- 
tary (4) ; G. A. C. (2, 3, 4) ; 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4); 
Choir (1. 2. 3. 4) : Glee Club 
(1, 2) ; Senior Play. 



Doris Rhodes 

"Willing to oblige." 
Entered in Sophomore year 
from Collinwood. Friendship 
Club (4) ; Whirlo Club (4). 




Barbara Sanner 

"Vim, vigor, and vitality." 
National Honor Society (3, 
4) ; Class Secretary (3) ; Breeze 
Staff (4) ; Annual Staff (4) ; 
Student Council (2), Advisory 
Board (3, 4) ; Friendship Club 
(2, 3. 4) ; G. A. C. (1, 2, 3, 
4); Megaphone Club. Vice- 
President (3), President (4); 
Cheerleader (4); Whirlo Club 
(4) ; Senior Sisters (4) : Glee 
Ciub ( 1 ) ; Choir (1. 2, 3. 4) ; 
Prom Committee (3); Senior 
Play. 

Dorothy Schmitt 

"Quiet cooperation." 
Breeze Staff (3) ; Friendship 
Club (2, 4) ; Whirlo Club 
(4) ; Red Cross (4) ; Choir 
(2, 4). 



Lillian Shimrock 

"Work is a pleasure to her." 
Annual Staff (4); Friendship 
Club (2, 3, 4) ; G. A. C. (2, 
3. 4 ) ; Girls' Leaders Club 
(4) ; Megaphone Club (3, 4) ; 
Service Club ( 4 ) . 



Beverly Simmonds 

"Where there's a will there's a 

way." 

Art Committee (3. 4) ; Whirlo 

Club (3, 4); Girl Reserves 

(1) ; Friendship Club (3, 4) ; 

Student Council (1, 2) ; Choir 

(1. 2). 



Joyce Simon 

"A nose for news." 
Entered in Freshman year from 
Fairview High. National Hon- 
or Society (4); National Quill 
and Scroll (4); Breeze Staff 
(2. 4): Annual Staff (4); 
Friendship (2, 3. 4); Service 
Club (4) ; Whirlo Club (4) : 
Megaphone Club (4); Band 
(2. 4) : Orchestra (2, 4) : Stu- 
dent Council ( 4 ) . 



Art Smith 

"It's all right by me." 
Junior Hi-Y ( 1 ) ; F e n c i n 

(1). 



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Norreen Smith 

"Her pleasant smile." 

Entered in Senior year from 

Chardon, Ohio. 



Betty Nash 

"New things are most looked 
at." 

Entered in Senior year from 
Bellflower, California. Friend- 
ship Club (4). 



Blanche Spangler 

"There's music in her laugh." 
National Quill and Scroll; 
Breeze Staff (4); Annual Staff 

(4) ; Student Council ( 4 ) ; Ad 
Committee (4) ; Junior Play; 
friendship Club (2, 3, 4); 
Red Cross ( 4 ) ; Senior Sisters 

(4) ; G. A. C. (3, 4) ; Prom 
Committee (3); Orchestra (2, 
3. 4) ; Senior Play. 



Jane Stevko 

"Always ready with a wise- 
crack." 

Friendship Club (4) ; G. A. 
C. (3. 4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; 
Red Cross (2). 



Dorothy Stoiber 

"My man is as true as steel." 
Entered in Sophomore year 
from Willoughby. Breeze Staff 
(4); Annual Staff (4); 
Friendship Club (3, 4); Girls' 
Leaders Club (3, 4) ; G. A. C. 
(4) ; Choir (2) ; Senior Play. 




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John Strauss 

"The silent type." 



Jean Sunagel 

"On with the dance." 
Friendship Club (2, 3), Treas- 
urer (4) ; G. A. C. (2, 3, 4) ; 
Whirlo Club (4) ; Red Cross 
(4). 



Bill Switaj 

"A musician in the crowd." 
Breeze Staff (4); Hi-Y (3. 
4) ; Baseball (2. 3, 4) ; Basket- 
ball (4). 



Don Theuer 

"These are the times that try 
men's souls." 

National Honor Society (4) ; 
National Forensic League (3. 
4 ) ; National Quill and Scroll 
(4) ; Junior Play; Ad Com- 
mittee (2. 3. 4); Annual Staff 
(4); Hi-Y (3, 4); Disaster 
Corps (2. 3, 4) ; Baseball ( 1 ) ; 
Football (3); Prom Commit- 
tee (3); Senior Play; Track 
(4). 



Paul Schmidt 

"A busy man." 



Lois Jane Stone 

"The spectacles of books." 
National Honor Society (4) ; 
National Forensic League (3). 
President (4); Annual Staff 
(4) ; Ad Committee (4) ; 
Service Club (4) : Senior Sis- 
ters (4) ; Senior Play. 





Dick Thompson 

"Easy come, easy go." 
Entered in Senior year from 
Rittman High. Basketball (4); 
Track (4). 



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Ada Winters 

"Her spirits are as high as her 
voice." 

Entered in Sophomore year 
from Collinwood. Friendship 
Club (4) ; G. A. C. (4) ; Sen- 
ior Sisters (4) ; Choir (2, 3, 
4). 



Russell Wilk 

"Grin and bear it." 
National Honor Society (4); 
Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Basket- 
ball (1, 2); Football (2, 3, 
4); Track (1); Movies (3. 
4). 



Lois Wilhelm 

"A flash on wheels." 

Annual Staff (4); Friendship 

Club (3, 4); Whirlo Club 

President (4); Girls' Leaders 

Club (3, 4) ; G. A. C. (2, 3, 

4); Orchestra (1, 2); Senior 

Play. 



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Bob Wach 

"Give me a place to stand and 
I will move the earth." 
Annual Staff (4): Student 
Council (3); Hi-Y (3, 4): 
Football (2, 3, 4) ; Basketball 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Baseball (1,2, 
3, 4) ; Band ( 1) ; Senior Play. 



Bettie Von Hof 

"Laugh and the world laughs 
with you." 

Annual Staff (4); Friendship 
Club (3, 4); Whirlo Club 
(4) ; Glee Club (2) ; G. A. C. 
(3, 4). 



Dorothy Vessel 

"The silent type." 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4) 
G. A. C. (3, 4). 



Rita Wessel 

"Remember me." 
Friendship Club (2, 3, 4): 
Whirlo Club (4) ; Red Cross 
(2) ; G. A. C. (3, 4). 





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Lloyd Vandervoort 

"/ am, Sir, brother of an an- 
gel." 

National Quill and Scroll (4): 
National Forensic League (3, 
4) ; National Honor Society 
(4) ; Annual Staff (4) ; Junior 
Play; Newcomers Club (4); 
Senior Play. 



Dorothy Wentling 

"Straight and true." 

Annual Staff (4); Friendship 

Club (2. 3, 4) ; Whirlo Club 

(4); Megaphone Club (4); 
G. A. C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Choir 

(3, 4). 



Carl Weinke 

For he's a jolly good fellow." 
Entered in Senior year from 
Shaw. Annual Staff (4) ; Hi- 
Y (4) ; Senior Play. 







Bette Urankar 

"Effort is her middle name." 
National Honor Society (4) ; 
National Quill and Scroll (4); 
Annual Staff (4); Student 
Council (1, 2. 3), President 
(4); Megaphone Club (3), 
Cheerleader (4) ; Friendship 
Club (2, 3, 4) ; Service Club 
(4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; Red 
Cross (4) ; Senior Sisters (4) ; 
Girls' Leaders Club (3, 4); 
G. A. C. (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Band 
(1, 2) ; Orchestra (1, 2). 



Dick Wilcox 

"Such and so various are the 
tastes of men." 

Football (1. 2. 3, 4) : Base- 
ball (2, 3, 4) : Basketball ( 1. 
2, 3, 4) ; Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Choir 
(1. 2. 3) ; Male Chorus (1, 
2) ; Senior Play. 



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Harry Wise 

"There's one on every team." 
Hi-Y (3), Vice-President 
Chapter III (4) ; Track (1, 
2) : Basketball (I, 2, 3. 4) : 
Football (2, 3, 4); Baseball 
(3, 4) ; Band (1, 2), 



Andy Ziegler 

"When the minor pants for 

twenty-one." 

Breeze Staff (2, 3, 4) : Hi-Y 

(3) ; Football (1, 2, 3, 4) : 

Basketball (3); Baseball (2. 

3, 4). 



Jane Brinkman 

"Hoiv sweet it is to wear a 
crown." 

Class Treasurer (3); Breeze 
Staff (2) ; Glee Club (1, 2) ; 
Choir (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Girls' 
Leaders Club (2, 3), President 
(4) ; G. A. C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Friendship Club (2. 3, 4); 
Prom Committee ( 3 ) ; Foot- 
ball Queen (4) ; Senior Sisters 
(4). 




Maryann Zepka 

"She's got that pep and go." 
National Honor Society (4); 
National Quill and Scroll (4) : 
Annual Staff (4) ; Breeze Staff 
(4), Circulation Manager (4) ; 
Friendship Club (2. 3, 4) ; G. 
A. C. ( 1. 2, 3, 4) ; Megaphone 
Club Treasurer (3, 4) ; Cheer- 
leader (4) ; Girls' Leaders Club 
(4); Red Cross (4); Senior 
Sisters (4) ; Whirlo Club (4) ; 
Choir (I. 2, 3, 4); Prom 
Committee (3); Senior Play. 



Bob Modic 

"Blonde bomber?" 



Frances Christopher 

"Someone swell to have 

around." 

Friendship Club (3, 4) ; Whirlo 

Club (4) ; Red Cross (2, 3. 

4). 



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Film Supply Exhausted! 



Joe Cestarich 



Jack Henrikson 

"One of the Best." 

Baseball (2) ; Band (1. 2. 3) : 

Orchestra (1, 2); Chorus (2). 



Norma Cassidy 

"Ahead of Schedule." 
Student Council ( 1 ) ; Friend- 
ship Club (2. 3). 



Herbert Kaley 

"First Violinist." 

Chorus (2); Orchestra (1, 2, 

3, 4). 



Elaine Deluga 

"Absolute Silence." 
G. A. C. (3. 4). 



ClRIL JEVEC 

"Quickly done." 

Football (1, 4) : Wrestling (2, 

4); Freshman Football (1); 

Baseball (1 ). 



Jack Little 

"Tall, dark, and handsome." 
Football (1): Wrestling (1. 
2) ; Music (2. 3. 4). 



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ass of '45 

January 

Alan Enkler President 

Dick Pergler Vice-President 

Ed Lamb Treasurer 

Dorothy Hogan : Secretary 

June 

Harry Schutt President 

Patsy Bundy Vice-President 

Rae Sherrer : Treasurer 

Dorothy Samuels = Secretary 




Pat Anderson 
Norma Birch 
Norma Cassidy 



Kenneth Daniels 
John DeBenedictis 
Elaine Deluga 



Jean Hendrickson 
Jack Henrikson 
Dorothy Hogan 



Doris Lewis 
Wylda McVeen 
Katharine Merritt 



Dave Newman 
Dick Pergler 
Blanche Prior 



Ed Schuler 
Janet Semple 
Madeline Shonk 



Lillian Tegel 
Douglas Tercek 
Ray Tiber 



Robert Zook 
vVade Allen 
Joe Baglione 



Zharles Bastick 
Wallace Beerman 
Alfred Berthold 



vlargarite Baldassarre 
Russell Brandt 
^alph Branovic 




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Frank Celizic 
Frances Christopher 
Lois Crockett 



Cecil Easter 
Alan Enkler 
Fred Erthal 



Herbert Kaley 
Dick Kraince 
Ed Lamb 



Jane Meyer 
Mary Mlakar 
Robert Modic 



Dorothy Redfern 
Ruth Reed 
Paul Schmidt 



Glenn Smeltz 
Gladys Straka 
June Stranahan 



Bill Wilson 

Jane Worthington 

F : rances Yuska 



Paul Barclay 
Carl Barile 
Bee Bartlett 



Nancy Bloss 
June Bollcnbacher 
Corinne Bowersox 



Patsy Bundy 
Eva Calabrcse 
Martha Chalfant 



Phyllis Clasen 
Betty Clover 
Mary Colberg 



Dorothy Dinsc 
Wilbur Eggert 
Carol Ely 



Lucille Gersin 
Gertrude Gordon 
Ruth Haberacker 



Gerhard Hauser 
Bob Hawley 
John Hrabak 



Ralston Jones 
Jack Julyan 
Ed Kalman 



Anna Lehr 
Norma Longo 
John Marino 



Bill Medved 
Mary Melko 
Carol Merchant 



Sally Nelson 
Marilyn Niebes 
Barbara Norton 



Alberta Petersen 
Lillian Pozar 
Jeanne Richards 



Dudley Rolla 
Ray Sanders 
Dorothy Samuels 







Fred Cook 
Bill Crawford 
Irving Diemer 



Mary Lou Forestek 
Marilyn Gardner 
Carol Geddes 



Ada Hamilton 
Robert Hanley 
Verna Harrison 



Barabara Janovac 
Donald Jensen 
Rosemary Janezic 



Lois Klotz 
Marie Kordic 
Gloria Krieg 



Judith Mayer 
Agnes Mazick 
Bob McRae 



Faith Michael 
Clyde Middleton 
John Moore 



Rita Otters 
Nick Percio 
David Perry 



Shirley Ritter 
Chester Rojcck 
Frances Roopc 



Beatrice Scheid 
Harry Schutt 
Bill Shafer 



Bruce Sherman 
Rae Sherrer 
Betty Sill 



Ruth Stevenson 
Andrew Stewart 
Donald Stibich 



Eleanor Szurszewski 
Roger Votypka 
Leslie West 



Rima Zevin 
Frank Zoeller 
Virginia Bowman 




Dorothy Slokar 
Tom Stanford 
Irma Steck 



Glen Stockhaus 
Bill Stopar 
Bill Strauss 



Dorothy Weston 
Jim Weybrecht 
Kathryn Zeman 



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"Seen Around the School' 




Betty Abromovic 
Phil Anderson 
Joyce Baker 



Evelyn Bozic 
Audrey Browett 
Joan Conly 



John Dragonic 
Robert Ehlert 
Mary Frobatto 



Hartel Hahn 
Bill Hansen 
Pat Hawks 



Frank Koracin 
Joyce Lowrie 
Ann Mattmucllcr 



Faura Oergal 
Janet Rac 
Pat Rapp 



Christina Rosa 
Virginia Sperl 
Ernest Strahosky 



Jerry Tarantino 
Mary Urankar 
Joe Vihtclic 



Jerry Ackley 
Carl Akers 
Carol Anderson 



Annabellc Berg 
Robert Bitzer 
James Boyle 




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Virginia Baraga 
Robert Bartlett 
Clyde Berndsen 



Bernard Coski 

Tom Cox 

Florence DeBcnedict 



George Fessenmeyer 
Bill Grau 
Charles Grossman 



Forraine Herman 
Brian Howald 
Gerald Hough 



Jim Myers 
Ruby Nelson 
Arthur Nevar 



Jim Reed 
Dick Reeher 
Josephine Robich 



Betty Sumner 
Annette Syracuse 
Barbara Sankey 



Fois Vogelsang 
Mary Wellington 
Bob White 



Elfrieda Auer 
Andrew Bazso 
James Becht 



Donald Brennen 
Mathcw Braidech 
George Beck 



Ralph Brumley 
Dorothy Burke 
Stanley Campbell 



Bob Curry 
Arthur Connelly 
Carole Davis 



Kenneth Emerick 
Aline Ettenger 
Jim Ferro 



Charks Fox 
Louise Ganner 
Ralph Garrett 



Josephine Gietano 
Jean Glesk 
Robert Gorg 



John Harrell 
Jim Hartmann 
Leola Henry 



Marion Hrabak 
Richard Johnson 
Jean Kelly 



Roger Kirschnick 
Norman Kozan 
Stanley Kolar 



Christine Loos 
Roger Loos 
Joseph Mailander 



Dorothy Morgan 
Donna Morris 
Kathleen Newton 




June Carlgren 
Mary Clifford 
Pat Cole 



Tom Drach 
Bob Easter 
Tom Elstad 



Gail Fitzpatrick 
Winifred Fitzpatrick 
Nancy Fix 



Robert Gendron 
Charles George 
Leroy Giampoli 



Al Greene 
George Hale 
Yetta Hansen 



Bonnie Hill 
James Himcs 
Kent Hooker 



Mary Kilkenny 
Winifred Kilkenny 
Martha Kingsley 



Alva La Chance 
Richard Lanese 
Pat Lavo 



James McKec 
Shirley McQuown 
Ann Medcr 



Ronald Nichels 
Jack Odell 
James Ogilvie 



Mary Lou Otters 
Louise Pcdcrson 
Ruth Pierce 



Gloria Raymond 
Dorothy Read 
Rosemary Riley 



Edward Saywell 
Donald Schutt 
Larry Shebanek 



Florence Starina 
Paul Stegkampcr 
Barbara Stone 



Ed Sullivan 
Pat Teller 
Marge Van Gilst 



Angic Waterwash 
Bill Wayles 
Judy Wilkinson 



Frances Mattix 




Norma Platz 
Natalie Potter 
Tom Ramona 



Walter Roberts 
Dorothy Rojeck 
Peggy Ropes 



Stella Slokar 

Pat Sperl 

Bernice Southworth 



Henry Stopar 
Herbert Strain 
Bob Stroup 



Betty Votypka 
Wanda Wojciechowsl 
Henry Wagner 



June Winzcr 
Bob Wright 
Jack Bresnen 



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Out for the Day 



Allen Baciak 
Jim Baglione 
Bill Bethuy 



Doris Christopher 
Tony Cipriano 
Edward Colantonio 



Loren Dobosy 
Louis DeLuca 
John Doganiero 



Gerry Fopeano 
James Funk 
Sara Ann Grau 



Ruth Jenz 
Nancy Johnson 
Ronald Johnson 



Donald Lewis 
Olive Lindsay 
Phyllis Long 



Donald McLean 
Jerry McVeen 
Charles Miller 



Richard Prestis 
Betty Reed 
Dorothy Rini 



James Sankey 
Victor Santon 
Helen Schuler 



Albert Ulle 
Donna Voelker 
Jerry Ackley 




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June Binder 
Bob Birch 
Dolores Cergol 



Thomas Cornehs 
Thomas Covert 
James Craig 



Laverne Donat 
Dick Filsinger 
Nancy Fischer 



Tony Guinto 
Jesse Cochrun 
Audrey Jennison 



Martha Kinnamoi 
Marge Kozan 
Warren Levitt 



Clarence Matheke 
John Mavsar 
June McGuigan 



Beryl Murray 
Ronald Nulick 
Dorothy Paleit 



Dexter Rolla 
Angelo Rosa 
Henry Roznik 



Virginia Smith 
John Stevenson 
Ann Tbomsen 



Charles Ament 
Douglas Auckland 
Madclyn Bear 



Patsy Bloss 
Betty Boldin 
Earl Brandt 



Natalie Bullard 
Carol Burkhardt 
Lawrence Cawley 



William Drew 
Doris Duiker 
Ann Godlar 



Jim Heer 
Charles Hill 
Mary Holzmer 



Marge Intihar 
Sam Jones 
Norma Joseph 



Katherine Kilkenny 
Mary Kirchner 
Patricia Kohanski 



Pat Langdon 
Jackie Larsen 
Barbara Lewis 



Robert Lowrie 
Alma Martin 
Creighton Mast 



Earnest Melko 
Evelyn Mesojedec 
Tony Mihelich 



Joy Nesbit 
Jack Obert 
Marilyn Odell 





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Albert Brocone 
Grace Brooks 
Bill Buerkel 



Joanne Clark 
Pat Ditrich 
Irene Doremus 



Bill Granger 
Donald Hawthorne 
Fred Haight 



Donald Horn 
Charlotte Hudec 
Juanita Huston 



Jill Julyan 
Betty Karupja 
Alice Keyes 



Jack Krauss 
Ray La Chance 
Ethel Langa 



Earl Lewis 
Marjorie Long 
Robert Lux 



Clifford Mathias 
Margaret Matyasic 
Joe Mayer 



Mary Mora 
Gary Moning 
Marge Myers 



Ruth Oliver 
Joan Palko 
Anne Parisi 



Steven Philips 
Ann Raglow 
Barbara Raney 



Charmine Riehl 
Dorothy Royer 
Mary Runyan 



Marjorie Sayers 
Esther Schlauch 
Janet Schulmeister 



Ed Stibich 
Tom Sutton 
Vetus Syracuse 



Frazer Trench 

Albert Trivisonno 
Helen Vihtelic 



Bob Weir 
Ruth Welter 
Joan Weybrecht 



Barbara Will 
Roger Wilson 
Bob Wright 



Ray Moore 



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Carmen Ramona 
Marian Rapp 
Richard Ridella 



Marion Saso 
Dick Satava 
Paul Savage 



Earl Shulson 
Dolly Spangler 
Margaret Stewart 



Joe Tarantino 
Diana Tavenditti 
Jerry Travers 



Roger Wach 
Ruth Wagner 
Jim Weber 



Arlene Wilhelm 
Janet Wilk 
John Atkins 



Ruby Wyatt 
Gerry Duval 
William Buhns 



38 




Oct. 8 — Tonight we held the annual 
Friendship Recognition Service. 

Oct. 1 2 — The new candidates were 
initiated into G.L.C. tonight. Talk about 
trial by fire! 



Oct. 14 — A thrilling saga of the old 
West has just flickered across our movie 
screen in the form of "The Desperados", 
sponsored by the National Honor Society. 




Oct. 15 — On a wet and soggy field 
Shore was defeated 13-0 at the hands of 
the Maple Heights team. 

Oct. 18 — Shore's goal this year in the 



twenty-sixth annual War Chest Drive is 
$500. That dead line is October 28. 

Oct. 21 — Shore won its eleventh vic- 
tory over Central tonight at Shaw stadium 
with a score of 19-12. 



National Forensic League 




FIRST ROW: Y. Hansen, D. Daye, E. Fischer, M. Johnson, L. Stone, B. Stone, H. Johnson. N. Fischer. 
SECOND ROW: Mr. Baumer. M. Hopson. D. Crawley, L. Vandervoort, D. Theuer, B. Ehlert. R. Lux. THIRD 
ROW: B. Huston. J. Dragonic, B. Hansen. 



THE Shore chapter of the National Forensic League was founded in 1933. 
To enter the National Forensic League, a student must be in the upper 
third of his class scholastically, and he must earn twenty points by inter- 
scholastic debating or public speaking. He then tries to earn additional points 
and the consecutive degrees which are offered. There have been a few four-star 
people in Shore's history, but none recently. 

This year, the members of the League were very active. They participated 
in interscholastic and exhibition debates, spoke in assemblies, competed in 
various League and American Legion speaking contests, and prepared speeches 
for the Fourth War Loan Drive. They judged debates for Shaw High School, 
and spoke there upon various occasions. 



President Lois Jane Stone 

Secretary Marilynn Johnson 



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National Quill and Scroll 



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FIRST ROW: D. Rhoades, B. Spangler, A. Henn. J. Simon. M. Zepka, B. Urankar, R. McMasters. SEC- 
OND ROW: Mr. Angene, M. Johnson, E. Fischer, N, Mlachak, L. Vandervoort, D. Theuer, M. Hopson, M. 
Niebcs. Mr. Vaughn. 



THE Shore chapter of the Quill and Scroll was founded in 1939. To be 
elected into the Quill and Scroll, a student must be in the upper third of 
his class scholastically and have done some outstanding work on either the 
Breeze or the Annual. Mr. Angene chooses the representatives from the 
Annual, and Mr. Vaughn, from the Breeze. After he has been elected, a copy 
of his best work is sent to the national headquarters to be approved. This 
organization is international; membership is the highest honor awarded for 
work in a journalistic field. 



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National Honor Society 

FIRST ROW: L. DiSanto. B. Urankar, M. Johnson, C. Blakely, D. Daye. J. Simon, M. Zepka, A. Heinrich, B. 
Sanner. SECOND ROW: D. Lesser, V. Protz. R. Sherrer, T. Frank. L. Stone, C. Geddes, D. Hogan, E. 
Fischer, Mr. Whiteside. THIRD ROW: D. Pergler, H Shutt, D. Samuels. L. Vandervoort, J. Mayer, W. Wil- 
son, D. Theuer. 




FIRST ROW: B. Sanner. D. Daye. M. Hauser. SECOND ROW: Mr. Whiteside. W. Hil 
Brandt. F. Hopton, M. Johnson. L. Auckland. T. Frank. 



E. Fischer, N. 



SCHOLARSHIP, Leadership, Service, Character — when a student is qualified 
in all these, he is eligible for the highest honor Shore High School can 
award, membership in the National Honor Society. Juniors and Seniors 
especially anticipate the annual induction ceremony, for it is from the upper 
third of these two classes that members are chosen. This year the initiation 
ritual was made more impressive by the addition of a new stained window in 
the background. 

President Donna Daye 

Treasurer Walter Hill 

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Student Council 

FIRST ROW: H. Greene. R. Sherrer. B. Urankar, T. Herrick, Miss Lemon, D. Rhoades. J. Mayer. SECOND 

ROW: A. Polcar. D. Slokar. N. Potter, B. Spangler, J. Glesk, J. Robich. R. Oliver. M. Hauser, B. Sanner, N. 

Kenny. THIRD ROW: R. Jenz. M. Kozan, D. Daye, C. Anderson, V. Baraga, J. Julyan, S. Olson. FOURTH 
ROW: D. Harrel. C. Bastick. R. Pergler, E. Schuler, J. Ferro. R. Steele, W. Wilson. 




FIRST ROW: D. Rhoades. B. Sanner. B. Urankar. Miss Lemon. R. Sherrer. H. Greene. SECOND ROW: M. 
Hauser, R. Jenz. S. Olson, D. Slokar, J. Mayer, A. Polcar. THIRD ROW: W. Wilson, T. Herrick. R. Pergler. 

WHEN the need for a Public Address System became so evident that it 
could no longer be overlooked, it was the Student Council that stepped 
in and sponsored a drive to earn the money for it. 

When the War Chest Drive was started, it was to the Student Council 
that the job was given. 

President Bette Urankar 

Vice-President Tom Herrick 

Treasurer Rae Sherrer 

Secretary Dorothy Rhoades 



Ad Committee 




FIRST ROW: J. Robich, L. Stone. D. Morris. C. Loos. M. Johnson, M. Hauser. P. Hawks. N. Potter. D. Read. 
R. Haberacker. SECOND ROW: A. Berthold, D. Hojan, H. Johnson. B. Spangler, A. Heinnch, C. Geddes. 
J. Meyers, G. Smeltz, J. Baglione. C. Berndsen. THIRD ROW: E. Schulcr. A. Enklcr, D. Newman. B. Hansen, 
J. Dragonic, D. Theucr, G. Hauser, D. Perglcr, D. Stibich. 



MOST school clubs arc intended for amusement or benefit to their members, 
but this committee is organized solely for service to the school. The 
members sell tickets for all home athletic events. They also usher and work 
in the ticket booth for musicals and plays. Since the members often handle 
good-sized sums of money, Mr. Spangler attempts to choose responsible, 
dependable students. 

In spite of great difficulties this year the committee has managed to sell 
refreshments at some games. The members hope people will understand that 
it is no oversight when refreshments are not sold but merely a shortage of 
supplies. The profits from this activity pay for the one social event of this 
committee for the year — their banquet. 



Chairman Dick Perglcr. 



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Service Club 




FIRST ROW: D. Lewis, M. Urankar, C. Blakely, D. Burke. D. Hogan. J. Mayer. J. Wilkinson. R. Haber- 
acker. J. Simon, H. Greene. SECOND ROW: S. Nelson. D. Samuels. A. Ettenger, D. Morris, J. Robich. J. 
Glesk, R. Auer, M. Mlakar. M. Johnson. B. Urankar, L. Stone. J. Gitano. THIRD ROW: Miss Campbell. 
W. Fitzpatrick. C. Geddes, R. Jenz, T. Frank, L. DiSanto. J. Shumway. L. Shimrock. D. Cimperman, D. 
Slokar, S. McQuown, R. McMaster, K. Newton, D. Rini. G. Fitzpatrick. FOURTH ROW: D. Crawley. B. Jan- 
oyac, P. Anderson, H. Johnson, R. Pierce, S. Slokar, D. Lesser, M. Merrills, V. Protz, D. Lakan. 



THE Service Club was formed to do service, as the nam& implies. The aim 
of the club is to be of service to the school, individuals, and community. 
The club's members have taken care of elementary students during P.T.A. 
meetings, worked in the office during rush hours, made scrap books for the 
Rosemary Home and visited it. They gave a dance for the Service men, and 
have run errands for the teachers when it was necessary. 



President Dorothy Hogan 

Vice-President Judith Mayer 

Secretary ' Judy Wilkinson 

Treasurer Dorothy Burke 



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Log Editorial Staff 




FIRST ROW: L. Shimrock. D. Daye, L. Wilhelm, M. Johnson, E. Fischer, B. Day. A. Heinnch. H. Johnson. 
L. Stone, J. Simon. SECOND ROW: D. Lesser, B. Blumer, B. Urankar, D. Lakan, M. Merrills. V. Protz, 
D. Stoiber, B. Sanner, M. Zepka, M. Hopson. THIRD ROW: B. Bosworth. W. Grossman. M. Young. A. Pol- 
car. B. Spanglcr, B. Huston, R. Wach. 



WHEN the Shore boys in Service receive their copies of the Shore log 
this year, we hope that they find it a memento of the school life they 
left behind them. Certainly the Editorial Staff has done its best to produce 
an annual that is worth keeping. 

But no annual is produced without its quota of "blood, sweat and tears," 
and the editors wish to thank every member of their department who worked 
so diligently to meet the somewhat stringent demands that were made. Our 
thanks go, too, to Mr. Angcne for his unfailing good humor in giving the 
assistance so frequently requested. 

And now, our class departs, we hope. When you have read this volume, 
we hope you like it. But if you don't, then we give our best wishes (and your 
suggestions) to next year's staff, and all the staffs who follow them. 



Editor Edith Fischer 

Associate Editor Lois Jane Stone 

Rewrite Assistant Donna Daye 

Photography Editors Marilynn Johnson 

Bruce Huston 
Art Editors Marjorie Hopson 

Lois Wilhelm 



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Log Business Staff 




FIRST ROW: D. Wending, A. Henn, J. Brinkman, D. Crawley, G. Potts. T. Frank, D. Cimperman. J. Crow- 
ell. SECOND ROW: M. Hauser. J. Meyers. D. Fondran, L. DiSanto, M. Kirchner, A. George. R. McMas- 
ters. THIRD ROW: C. Weinke, R. Palko, T. Miller, D. Theuer, R. Himes. R. Kollie, L, Vandervoort. 



WHEN the Business Staff swung into action this year, they had a big 
goal in mind. More important, however, than the fact that such a goal 
existed, was the fact that the goal was reached, for when the campaign was 
over, the following totals were discovered. 

The subscription total was 66% greater than that for last year, while 
the advertising crew had brought in 59% more than was brought in last year. 
This staff may be justly proud of the record they worked so hard to establish; 
they are leaving a success for future annuals to emulate. 

A very sincere expression of gratitude is herein made to Miss Phypers, 
who has been a great help and a fine sponsor. 



Business Manager Don Theuer 

Advertising Manager Lloyd Vandervoort 

Subscription Manager Audrey Henn 



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Shore Breeze 




FIRST ROW: J. Meyers. J. Shumway, M. Hauser. J. Simon. J. Winzer. SECOND ROW: M. Kirchner, R. 
Stevenson, H. Greene. R. Haberacker. D. Fondran, M. Johnson. G. Potts, R. Cunningham. B. Sanner. J. Rich- 
ards. THIRD ROW: R. McMasters. J. Johnson, B. Spangler. A. Henn, M. Zepka. M. Chalfant, M. Young. 
M. Niebes, C. Bowersox. FOURTH ROW: F. Starina, D. Stoiber, R. McRae. R. Palko, T. Langa. J. Keer, A. 
Keefe. FIFTH ROW: A. Ziegler. T. Burns, W. Schafer, N. Mlachak, F. Spino, W. Switaj. R. Kollar. 



THE Shore Breeze of '44 (because of the war) has taken on new respon- 
sibilities that have presented themselves. One of these is the sending of 
weekly editions of the Breeze to alumni in the armed services. This is no 
small task with 130 on the constantly increasing mailing list. The Breeze has 
received many letters of gratitude for the receipt of the school paper. 

The Breeze staff have also created a new column about Service Men. 

Mr. Vaughn has worked long and hard to help in creating a paper of 
exceptional merit. The students wish herein to express their appreciation 
to him. 

With all this extra work, the Breeze has been raising its standard of 
quality, the acceptance of which is shown by our increased subscription list 
this year. 



Editor-in-Chief Norman Mlachak 

News Editor Blanche Spangler 

Feature Editor Joyce Simon 

Sports Editor Bill Switaj 



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Senior Sisters— Newcomers Club 

FIRST ROW: D. Dayc. H. Johnson. J. Brinkman, L. DiSanto. Miss Pierson. M. Johnson. H. Greene. SEC- 
OND ROW: D. Fondran. A. Winters. C. Blakely, V. Protz. T. Frank, R. Wessell. K. Merritt, E. Fischer. L. 
Stone. THIRD ROW: M. Hauser. D. Hogan. D. Lesser, D. Crawley, R. McMaster. M. Dressier. FOURTH 
ROW: B. Spangler. A. Heinrich, M. Zepka. B. Sanner. L. Wilhelm. B. Urankar. 




FIRST ROW: J. Ferro. G. Gordon. A. Mattmueller, J. McQmgan. p. Anderson, D. Lesser, J. Gietano, N. Bill- 
iard. SECOND ROW: C. Matheke, B. Malin, T. Drach. L. Vandervoort. W. Wilson, H. Schutt, J. Weber, Miss 
Aingworth. 



JUST as the "Senior Sisters" were organized by Miss Pierson to help the 
Freshman girls adapt themselves to high school life, the Newcomers' Club 
was created by Miss Aingworth to help new pupils at Shore. 



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"Riddle for Mr. Twiddle 



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MADISON L. GOFF 




CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Mr. Twiddle Dick Pergler 

Alfred Courtney Bill Shafer 

Janice Carol Geddes 

Mrs. Anita Lewis Dorothy Samuels 

Mrs. Jean Courtney Marilyn Niebes 

Dr. Harold Brent Irving Diemer 

Charles Lewis Alan Enkler 

Marion Martin Frances Roope 

Mr. Warren Lewis Bob Zook 

Sheriff Lang Harry Shutt 

Alfred Courtney II Dave Perry 

Mrs. Anita Lewis II Gertrude Gordon 

THE PRODUCTION STAFF 

Director Meryl R. Baumer 

Manager Patsy Bundy 

Stage Managers Clyde Middleton, Alfred Berthold. and Marilyn Gardner 

Tickets Dorothy Hogan, Betty Clover, Norma Longo, Gerhard Hauser, and 

Ruth Haberacker 

Publicity Ed Lamb, Jack Julyan, and Bob Hanley 

Posters ._ Shirley Ritter, Beverlee Simmonds, Sally Nelson, Don Stibich, and 

Bud Jones 

Art Ray Tiber, Mary Lou Forestek 

Scenery Glen Smeltz, Frank Celezic, Joe Baglione, Paul Barclay, Carl Barile, 

Douglas Tersec, Earnest Strahosky, and Joe Vihtelic 

Costumes Judith Mayer 

Stage Properties Rima Zevin 

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FIRST ROW: E. Fischer, D. Daye, B. Sanner, H. Johnson. M. Johnson, M. Zepka, B. Spangler. SECOND 
ROW: B. Himes, D. Theuer, L. Vandetvoort. K. Decker, T. Herrick, C. Weinke, B. Grossman. THIRD ROW: 
L. Stone, B. Day, S. Olson, B. Read, D. Wilcox, B. Bosworth, D. Lesser, A. Heinrich, D. Rhoades. 

"YOU CANT TAKE IT WITH YOU" 

By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 

Penelope Sycamore Donna Daye 

Essie TVIarilynn Johnson 

Rheba 1 Blanche Spangler 

Paul Sycamore : . Bruce Huston 

Mr. De Pinna Ken Decker 

Ed Bill Grossman 

Donald Bill Read 

Martin Vanderhof Lloyd Vandervoort 

Alice Hanna Johnson 

Henderson 1 Bob Wach 

Tony Kirby ■. . Don Theuer 

Boris Kolenkhov Bob Bosworth 

Gay Wellington Mary Ann Zepka 

Mr. Kirby • Tom Herrick 

Mrs. Kirby Barbara Sanner 

[Dick Wilcox 

Three Men -{Bob Himes 

I Carl Weinke 
Olga Dorothy Lesser 

THE PRODUCTION STAFF 

Direction Assistance Shirley Olson 

Bookholder 1 Barbara Day 

Properties _ (Dorothy Rhodes 

F }Adel Heinrich 
Stage Manager Lois Jane Stone 

Stage Design jE dlth ^ scher 

) Marge Hopson 

Publicity JLois Wilhelm 

Tickets . Audrey Henn 

Lighting and Sound Effects Rollin Kollie 



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Choir — Orchestra 



FIRST ROW: B. Stone. D. Morgan. D. Wentling C. Anderson. D. Rhoades. J. Brinkman. B. Day. A. Hein- 
nch. M. Young. R. Stevenson, N. Fischer. R. Jenz, D. Cergol, J. Carlgren. SECOND ROW: J. Shumway, A. 
Henn, S. McQuown, M. Gardner. L. Klotz. J. Mayer. J. Wilkinson. M. Zepka. J. Meyers. P. Bundy. L. Gersin. 
J. Baker. C. Bowersox. A. Ettenger, J. Richards, N. Potter, P. Rapp. THIRD ROW: Mr. Beck, T. Ramo- 
na. G. Gordon, J. Bollenbacher. R. Haberacker. C. Geddes, H. Johnson. M. Chalfant. C. Loos, A. Meder, M. 
Johnson, B. Sanner, S. Olson, D. Schmidt. FOURTH ROW: D. Lanese, B. Hale. D. Schmidt, T. Drach, B. 
McRae, J. Hartman. T. Miller. B. Sherman. J. Dragonic, J. Little, B. Hansen. FIFTH ROW: M. Braideck. R. 
Garrett. B. Boyle. A. Mihelich. J. Cochran. J. Read, G. Beck, A, Keefe. J. Farrell. B. Huston, L. Auckland. J. 
Ferro, G. Stegkamper. 





FIRST ROW: A. Luikart, R. Pierce. A. Kalasky, D. Daye, B. Spangler. J. Simon. D. Duiker. SECOND 
ROW: W Melburn, Mr. Harper. J. Kelly. J. Larsen. H. Kaley, T. Frank. J. Clark. D. Spangler. R. Oliver. 
THIRD ROW: J. Rohrick, M. Kinnamon. J. Wenning. 



WITH Mr. Beck's direction of the vocal music and Mr. Harper's leader- 
ship in the instrumental department, the Shore music organizations 
completed a very successful season this year. 



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Band— Majorettes 



FIRST ROW: J. Larson, R. Oliver, M. Kinnamon. J. Rohric, J. Travers, D. Daye. L. Gallop, A. Kalasky, M. 
Kozan, J, Wenning, D. Duiker, J. Kelly. SECOND ROW: Mr. Harper. E. Shulson, W. Dobbossy, B. McRae. 
R. Pierce, A. Luikart, J. Mayer, F. Korper, K. Newton, R. Makney, J. Atkins, L. Vogelsang, G. Beck. D. 
Diemer, L. Cawley, W. Melburn. THIRD ROW: J. Simon, R. Wach. E. Korper, L. Smith, J. Stranaban, 
M. Saso, A. Jennison, C. Middleton, D. Samuels, H. Drexler, Wm. Weitzel, J. Chidley, A. Trivisano, L. 
Giampoli. S. Savage. FOURTH ROW: H. Wagner. J. Craig, Sutton. 





FIRST: Natalie Potter. SECOND: D. Read. J. McQuigan. B. Abromovic. R. Sherrer. D. Heuser. 



The choir sang for the commencements, Gala Night, and the Spring and 
Christmas Concerts; the Orchestra contributed to the Class plays, and the 
Christmas Concert. 

The Band marched at all the games, while the majorettes presented their 
formations with a pep and spirit that was appreciated by all. 



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Friendship Club 



MEMBERSHIP in the Friendship Club is open to any girl in the 10th, 
11th, and 12th grades. Every girl who does join feels it a privilege to 
belong to a club with such a fine background and purpose. The Friendship 
Club is the Shore branch of the Y.W.C.A. "To Find and Give the Best" is 
our motto and each Friendship girl does just that. 

The main events of the year are the Christmas and Spring Formals. This 
year the Christmas Formal was a huge success with co-operation on the parts of 
the Hi-Y and the Friendship Clubs. 

The girls have contributed much of their time to making things for fel- 
lows in the service who are in hospitals. They have dedicated a great many 
serviceable articles to a good cause. 

Along with a story about the Friendship Club naturally comes a bit 
about our sponsor, Miss Smith. Although Miss Smith has just joined the 
Friendship Club, she has already become a major part in all its activities. 

We have all enjoyed our meetings on Wednesdays, and are sure that the 
underclassmen are looking forward to their years when they too can be Friend- 
ship girls! 



President Marilynn Johnson 

Vice-President Carolyn Blakely 

Treasurer __Jean Sunagel 

Secretary _ Dorothy Hogan 

Program Chairman Hanna Johnson 

Social Chairman Dorothy Crawley 

Service Chairman Dorothy Samuels 



Senior 

FIRST ROW: M. Farrel. D. Wcntling. D. Rhoades, D. Hogan. C. Blakely. H. Johnson. M. Johnson. Miss 
Smith, J. Sunagel, D. Crawley, J. Simon, H. Greene. SECOND ROW: B. Simmonds. J. Shumway. A. Hein- 
rich, B. Spangler, J. Meyers, D. Daye, L. Wilhelm, B. Urankar, D. Cimperman. D. Schmidt. THIRD ROW: 
K. Crowell, F. Christopher, M. Kirchner. L. Maldoven, E. Fischer. R. McMasters, S. Olson, T. Frank. L. Di- 
Santo, M. Merrills, V. Protz, L. Stone, F. Shimrock. M. Dressier, B. Day, M. Hopson, B. Sanner, A. George, 
A. Winters. FOURTH ROW: J. Stevko. D. Fesser, R. Wessell, D. Vessel, D. Fakan, A. Hollyfield, A. Henn. 
M. Zepka, J. Brinkman. FIFTH ROW: J. Wade, M. Hauser, D. Heuser, A. Polcar, M. Young. D. Fondran, 
G. Potts. 

Junior 

FIRST ROW: D. Lewis, D. Samuels, J. Mayer, S. Nelson. B. Norton. P. Cole. M. Gordan, F. Klotz. R. Haber- 
acker. H. Harrison. SECOND ROW: V. Bowman, M. Frabatto, E. Calbreese, F. Michael, F. Roope, R. Zevin, 
M. Niebes, J. Bollenbacher, M. Forestek, L. Pozar. THIRD ROW: M. Mlakar. M. Chalfant. D. Weston. C. 
Bowersox. K. Zeman, P. Bundy. D. Slokar, B. Scheid. F. Tegel. C. Geddes. J. Richards. R. Sherrer. G. Kreig. 
N. Fongo, H. Bloss, N. Birch. FOURTH ROW: J. Worthington. R. Janezic, P. Clasen. B. Prior. K. Merritt. 
R. Otters. B. Janovac, B. Bartlett, B. Sill. FIFTH ROW: M. Melko, F. Yuska. A. Peterson, A. Mazich. 
M. Colberg, P. Anderson, B. Abromovic, M. Kordic, S. Ritter. 



SopJiomore 

FIRST ROW: C. Rosa, J. Gitano, J. Wilkinson, M. Clifford. W. Fitzpatrick, M. Hrabak. G, Raymond. K, 
Newton, B. Sumner. A. Browett. SECOND ROW: A. Berg. M. Kingsly. P. Rapp, A. Ettinger. H. Hahn. 
P. Hawks, D. Read, J. Carlgren, H. Hauser. THIRD ROW: P. Teller. F. Starina. M. Urankar. J. Bobick. J. 
Glesk, F. Pederson. S. McQuown, A. Auer, B. Votypka. FOURTH ROW: A. Mattmueller. M. Wellington. V. 
Baraga, D. Burke, A. Meder, B, Stone, C. Anderson, D. Morris, C. Foos. FIFTH ROW: F. Herrman. R. Nel- 
son, J. Conly. J. Lowrie, R. Pierce, A. Syracuse, S. Slokar, P. Lavo. 

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Hi-Y 



THE Hi-Y is the Shore chapter of the Y.M.C.A. Its purpose is to create, 
maintain and extend through the school and community, the high stand- 
ards of Christian living. 

It is particularly a service corps. This year they have dedicated to the 
school a Service Plaque with the names of the boys who gave their lives for 
their country. 

Sponsored by Mr. Schwegler, the Hi-Y have contributed greatly to the 
1943-1944 school year. The main activities of the club have been swimming, 
dances, and other sport activities. They purchased Logs for Hi-Y boys who 
are now in the service and sent them with their best wishes. 

So many boys have been chosen in the past two years that the club has 
been divided into three chapters. Each chapter has its own officers who are 
subordinate to the president of the main body. 

Each year new members are chosen by the old members according to 
their scholarship, leadership and character. 



President Bob Bosworth 

Vice-President Tom Miller 

Secretary Bill Read 

Treasurer 2 Bill Frissell 



Hi-Y Club, Chapter I 

FIRST ROW: W. Crawford. R. Kollar, K. Decker, E. Flammang. R. Kraince, B. Himes. J. Julyan. W. Allen. 
SECOND ROW: C. Bastick, W. Hill, L. Auckland, A. Keefe, D. Howell. R. Hawley, W. Arunski. THIRD 
ROW: K. Daniels, G. Popovic, R. Ely, G. Hauser, H. Schutt, E. Diemer. 

Hi-Y Club, Chapter II 

FIRST ROW: E. Eamb. R. Niccum, T. Moore, C, Weinke. R. Palko, W. Wilson, D. Stibich, R. Sanders. 
SECOND ROW: B. Switaj, R. Wilcox, D. Theuer. W. Read. R. Kollie. C. Merchant, C. Ely. THIRD ROW: 
E. Schuler, N. Mlachak, D. Newman, N. Brandt, F. Cook. J. Kerr. 

Hi-Y Club, Chapter III 

FIRST ROW: F. Spino, H. Wise, B. Grossman. B. Bosworth, T. Herrick, T. Miller. W. Frissell. SECOND 
ROW: D. Perry. R. Brandt, B. Hanley, B. Sherman, R. Jones, D. Rolla. THIRD ROW: B. Wach, J. Chidley, 
B. Stopar, J. Baglione, F. Celizic, A. Enklcr. 

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Red Cross 



FIRST ROW: E. Langa, A. Keyes, M. Sternberg, D. Schmitt, G. Raymond. M. Hrabak. K. Everett, L, 
Vogelsang. J. Christopher. R. Haberacker, J. Gitano, C. Rosa, N. Longo, M. Mooro. SECOND ROW: A. 
Raglow, S. Nelson, M. Kirchner, G. Lewis, D. Cimperman, M. Mlakar, B. Urankar, M. Johnson, M. Hauser, 
A. Polcar, D. Heuser, A. Parisi, E. Schlauch, D. Lewis. M. Hopson, C. Burkhardt. THIRD ROW: B. Sanner, 
J. Sunagel, B. Spangler, R. Zevin, M. Niebes. J. Richards, L. Donat, B. Murray. R. Wyatt. M. VanGilst. FOURTH 
ROW: J. Meyers, M. Young, J. Glesk, O. Lindsay, L. Pederson, R. Janezic, M. Stewart, D. Tavenditti, M. Sasso. 

L. Southworth, G. Fopeano. FIFTH ROW: A. Hollyfield. N. Longo, P. Lavo, G. Straka, J. Stranahan, 

F. Yuska, A. Henn, A. Heinrich, M. Zepka, N. Birch, S. Ritter, A. Godlar. 




FIRST ROW: F. Christopher E. Fischer. Miss Lemon, H. Johnson. R. Sherrer. SECOND ROW: 
M. Kirchner. D. Theuer. B. Clover. E. Schuler. 



B. Huston, 



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Secretary Phyllis Clasen 

Council Chairman Edith Fischer 



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Tense Moment 



FRANK CELIZIC— 

Frank's improvement this sea- 
son was rapid. He's back next year 
and should be one of the best in 
the league. We're looking to him 
to continue the Shore winning 
spirit. 

TOM BURNS— Quarterback 

Tom handled the ball on most 
plays and did so with great abil- 
ity. He was a hard runner and 
fine passer. .His play was an im- 
portant factor in our winning the 
conference again and Tom will be 
sorely missed next season. 

TOM HERRICK— Center 

Replacements of Tom's ability 
and attitude are few and far be- 
tween. He'd have been a star on 
many teams, but we were proud 
to say he would rather have 
played his important part in a fine 
season on a Shore team than on 
any other. 

ANDY ZIEGLER— Center 

Another who had very little 
competition for All-Conference 
Team honors, Andy would have 
been recognized at whatever posi- 
tion he played. We appreciate the 
way he assumed the responsibili- 
ties of his new position at center. 

TOM MILLER — 

Tom was a good steady player 
who could always be depended 
upon to do his job and do it well. 
His opponents considered him one 
of the best ends of the E.G. CO 

BILL GROSSMAN 

Bill did a fine job calling our 
signals from his guard position. 
His ability as a guard is attested to 
by his unanimous choice by the 
coaches of the E.G. CO for their 
All-Conference Team. 

DUDLEY ROLLA— Guard 

He is with us next year and we 
arc looking to Dudley to help 
carry on the desire of Shore boys 
to win. Opponents will again 
find him hard to move. 

JIM WEYBRECHT— Guard 

Next year should find Jim one 
of the best line men ever to wear a 
Shore uniform. He is a good pros- 
pect for All-Conference Honors 
next season and we hope he can 
spread his love of contact and de- 
sire to win to his team mates. 
When he tackles, backs go down. 




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BOB HIMES— 

Here is another senior tackier 
whose hard work and fine attitude 
was repaid by his playing in every 
game on a championship team. 

BOB HANLEY— 

Although a junior, he won 
himself a starting position and 
through ability and work kept it 
all year. He is our choice for next 
year's Shore representative on the 
All-Conference Team. 

DICK KRAINCE— Halfback 

Dick's speed and determination 
finally made itself known and 
from mid-season on he became an 
important cog in our backfield. 
One of the fastest backs in the 
conference, he adds to this a love 
of contact and a tremendous drive. 

BOB WACH— Halfback 

The work horse of our back- 
field, Bob fought hard for those 
few precious yards when they were 
needed. Bob became a driving 
runner and an excellent offensive 
back whose tackles will be hard 
to replace. 

BOB PALKO— Guard 

In true Palko style he filled the 
position of guard in a way that 
was respected by all opponents. 
His spirit and aggressiveness will 
be missed greatly next season. 

FRANK SPINO— Fullback 

Another of Shore's All-Confer- 
ence fullbacks tells the story of 
Frank's climb from a fine tackle 
of an undefeated team of 1942 to 
this honorary position during his 
senior year. 

ED FLAMMANG— Back 

Coming out for football for the 
first time as a senior he improved 
game by game, overcoming his in- 
experience with his desire to play. 
If Ed had another year to benefit 
by this year's experience he would 
be a top holder in the E.G.C.C. 

BOB BOSWORTH— 

Bob played every game for all 
it was worth. Shore will miss his 
pep and spirit on the football field, 
as well as his hard tackles. 

HARRY WISE— Halfback 

Small but mighty would be ap- 
plied here since Harry's speed and 
long runs thrilled Shore fans 
throughout the season. Each time 
he had the ball opponents knew 
that he had to be stopped quickly 
or a score would result. 



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WALTER SCHWEGLER— Coach 

Affectionately known to the boys as 
"Walt", Coach Schwegler this year used all 
he had to produce a conference winning 
combination, and though they were plagued 
by injuries throughout the season, he suc- 
ceeded. He gave his time unstintingly, doing 
the whole job this year without the aid of an 
assistant coach. He played every game in 
spirit, and his tips were appreciated by the 
fellows who knew he was with them in vic- 
tory and defeat. A better coach and finer 
fellow could not be found. 

FIRST ROW: R. Hanley. T. Miller, B. Grossman, A. Ziegler, F. Celizic, F. Spino, J. Weybrecht, R. Wach. H. 
Wise. SECOND ROW: E. Sullivan, B. Frissell, R. Himes, D. Rolla, R. Palko. R. Bosworth, E. Flammang. D. 
Kraince. C. Rojeck. T. Burns. THIRD ROW: K. Daniels, F. Cook. T. Herrick, B. Sherman, R. Sanders, C. 
Jevec, J. Little, E. Lamb. FOURTH ROW: C. Bastick. J. Marino, P. Anderson, J. O'Dell, R. Brandt. Coach. 
W. Schwegler. 



WALTER HILL— Manager 

Walt has earned a place for himself among 
Shore's heroes of the past and will be remem- 
bered for his fine work and his excellent 
contribution to Shore's football success along 
with such names as Nelson, Curto, Montana, 
Matko, Fischer, and many others. His tire- 
less energy and vigilance have meant much 
to the team, the coaches, and the school, and 
we all salute Shore's Manager of Managers. 




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THIS year the Shoreites watched proudly as another Shore football team 
carried on the tradition of Victory. Sharing the spotlight with Garfield 
and Maple Heights as co-champions of the Eastern Conference, they lost only 
one conference game during their long and successful season. 

Shore spirit was surely "on the beam" when these fellows ran out on the 
field to carry the green and white to Victory, whether they fought in home or 
enemy territory. Victories over Orange, Garfield, Mayfield, Central, Brush, 
and Bedford gave them the right to wear the Eastern Conference crown 
proudly and there is no student of this high school who would say that they 
do not wear it deservedly, having earned it in fair and victorious combat. 
Congratulations, team! 



DICK WILCOX— 

Dick never got to play but undoubt- 
edly would have seen enough action to 
earn his varsity letter. His unfortunate 
accident was felt by both team and 
teammates tremendously. 



JOE CESTARICH— Quarterback 

Although Uncle Sam only let him 
play four games, he was already marked 
as one of the leading backs of the E.G. 
C.C. His timely pass interception and 
the beautiful run which followed was 
an important factor in the defeat of 
Garfield Heights, co-champion of the 
conference. 



SEASON'S RECORD 



Shore 

Shore 14 

Shore 13 

Shore 45 

Shore 

Shore 19 

Shore 13 

Shore 13 

Shore 6 

Total" Shore 123 



Paincsville 

Orange 

Garfield 

Mayfield 

Maple Hts. 

Central 

Brush 

Bedford 

Shaw 



13 


7 



1 3 

12 





33 



Total Opponents 78 



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CHESTER ROJECK— Guard 

Chester came up to the varsity 
at mid-year and capably filled his 
task. He will return next year to 
help round out what appears to be 
another potential championship 
team. 

HARRY WISE— Guard 

Harry, a hawk on defense, was 
a tireless worker and great floor- 
man. His best shot is a true for- 
ward set shot. "Doc" will best 
be remembered for his fine defen- 
sive and forwarding play. Al- 
though never a star, Harry has 
helped to win many games with 
his spirited play in the closing 
minutes. 

BOB HANLEY— Guard 

To Bob Hanley, a junior, went 
the job of filling Frank Spino's 
shoes at mid-year. One of the 
team standouts as f?r as backboard 
ability was concerned, his fight 
and determination were exceeded 
by none. 

BOB WACH— Forward 

Bob made a great showing in 
this position, his versatility, upon 
many occasions, advancing him to 
left-forward. He was particularly 
effective in the "clutches" and his 
jack-rabbit-like defense marked his 
playing in all the games. 

BUD JONES — Forward 

Bud was another recruit from 
the reserves at mid-year. As a 
natural left-hander he proved to 
be a scoring threat against any 
team. He was also a good passer 
and floorman. 

BILL CRAWFORD— Forward 

Bill is a fast, elusive forward, a 
constant threat with either hand. 
Playing behind Tom Burns he 
was unable to prove his worth 
until Tom's graduation. Bill is 
an excellent passer and floorman. 

BOB HAWLEY— Forward 

The leading scorer of the team, 
Bob possesses a right-handed shot 
that is excelled by none. Having 
another season to play, he should 
spearhead the Admirals to another 
triumphant year. 




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HARVEY DAVIDSON— Center 
Another mid-year recruit, Har- 
vey was faced with the problem 
of taking Andy Ziegler's place. 
He has come along rapidly and 
should develop into a big man on 
next year's team. Harvey can 
shoot with either hand as well as 
being a good two-handed shot. 

ED FLAMMANG— Guard 

Ed was a capable and danger- 
ous floorman and a veritable pan- 
ther on defense. Essentially a 
team man, Ed passed rather than 
shot. He took over the difficult 
job of running guard, handled so 
capably by his predecessor Neal 
Nelson. 

TOM BURNS — Forward 

Tom will be remembered as be- 
ing a tireless worker both on the 
offense and defense — noticed for 
his stamina and drive. Although 
he never set any school scoring 
records himself, he was a great 
team man and unselfish in assist- 
ing in team work to gain points. 

FRANK SPINO— Guard 

The back guard assignment at 
Shore has, in recent years, been a 
most important duty. Frank al- 
ways played a determined and 
consistent type of game. Frank 
was a boy of fine team spirit and 
won many games on his defensive 
skill and will to win. 

ANDY ZIEGLER— 

Big and dependable Andy was 
always good natured and ready to 
give his best which was plenty 
good. Andy's size kept Shore's 
backboard play at an advanta- 
geous tempo. 

CAPTAIN TOM MILLER— 

Center 
Tom has been a varsity letter 
man for three years and was the 
boys' choice for captain. He was 
a balance wheel, steady in floor 
play, and a brilliant scorer when 
the occasion demanded. He has 
extremely long arms and unusual 
jumping ability, which would 
make him an outstanding member 
of any quintet. 



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FORD L. CASE— Coach 

Working to create another championship 
team this year, Coach Case trained a group of 
boys that were title contenders in the truest 
sense of the word. His determination and 
hard work will be remembered by every boy 
who worked with him, and his friendship 
for them will never be forgotten. 




PAUL BARCLAY— Manager 

Paul had a difficult job to do when he 
took over Walter Hill's job at mid-year. 
He had a good record to live up to in taking 
care of equipment and all the gear of a bas- 
ketball team. He has done a fine job and 
next year's team may look forward to a man- 
ager who knows how to do his job well. 



FIRST ROW: C. Bastick, L. Giampoli. B. Sherman, E. Strahosky, S. Kollar, E. Sullivan, P. Anderson. SEC- 
OND ROW: W. Levitt, D. McLean, A. LaChance. J. Obert, J. Odell, K. Hooker. Tompson. THIRD ROW: 
A. Rosa. R. Huffman. J. Ackley. J. Ferro, P. Stegkamper. L. Ackley, C. Hill, C. Ament. FOURTH ROW: 
Wilson, E. Shulson. B. Grau. 





FIRST ROW: D. Stibich, R. Wach, R. Jones. W. Crawford, E. 
B. Hanky, J. Davidson, R. Hawley, C. Rojeck. H. Wise, P. Barclay. 



Flammang, Mr. Case, T. Miller (capt.), 



CARRYING out the true traditions of the Shore Admirals, this year's quin- 
tet completed another successful season. They finished t-heir regular season 
with a record of ten victories and two reverses, these latter from Cleveland 
Heights and Garfield's Champion Hoopsters. 

With five lettermen to form the nucleus of his team, Coach Case once 
more produced a team that we can be proud of, including in their successive tri- 
umphs two over our traditional rival, Euclid Central. 
Good going, team! 



Season's Record 

Shore 30_____ Mentor 28 

Shore 32__ _ .Willoughby 28 

Shore 42 Lincoln 37 

Shore 53 __ __Bedford 3 7 

Shore 45^_ __Mayfield 26 

Shore 22 Cleve. Heights 34 

Shore 54___ Brush 37 

Shore 44__ Central 27 

Shore 51_. __Mayfield 37 

Shore 64__ __Brush 25 

Shore 37 Central 32 

Shore 30__ _ Garfield 41 

Total Shore 504 Total __ Opponents 387 



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Wrestling 




FIRST ROW: J. Marino. B. Frissell. D. Kraince, B. Bosworth, W. Arunski. J. Little. SECOND ROW: A. 
Greene, R. Curry, A. Enkler, A. Rheer, K. Daniels. G. Smeltz, G. Popovic, W. Switaj. THIRD ROW: B. 
Stopar, E. Schuler, C. Mast. C. Jevic, R. Bones, J. Isler. R. Wach. 



THE Shore Matmen started their 1944 season, coached by Mr. Swackham- 
mer, with the return of three lettermen. 

In their first meet they bowed to Shaker, on the Shore mats, with a score 
of 34-6. The following week the team came back to whip a strong Univer- 
sity squad 21-17. 

Next they traveled to John Hay, last year's State Champions, where they 
were defeated 24-16. Their last meet of the season was at Garfield where they 
came out with a 17-17 tie. 

February 18-19 Shore entered the Northeastern Ohio Wrestling Tourna- 
ment placing two men. 

Shore's outstanding wrestler, Dick Kraince, won the 146 lb. champion- 
ship. 

Bill Frissell, who had only lost one match up to the tournament, placed 
fourth in the 155 lb. class. 



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Track 1943 




FIRST ROW: S. Kollar, W. Boyle, J. Odell, R. Kollar, J. Ferro, D. Lanes, 
Tersek, B. Read, J. Vitehlic, C. Jevic, K. Daniels, A. Enkler, R. Sanders. 



R. Bitzer. SECOND ROW: D. 



LAST year's track squad had no dual meets, but they were placed third in 
the conference meet held at Orange. 

Ray Sanders was placed fourth in the mile run; Larry Auckland was 
fourth in the pole vault; Bill Read was fourth in the high jump, and the mile 
relay team placed third. The freshman 880 yard relay team took a first place. 

Tom Burns took first place in the mile and half mile runs. Entering in 
the District Meet he was placed second, which entitled him to enter the State 
Meet at Columbus. He was placed seventh in the State and was chosen one of 
the ten best milers in the state. 

Coach Ford Case was chosen one of the ten best track coaches in the State. 



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Baseball 1943 




FIRST ROW: N. Shafer, W. Levitt, W. Stopar, R. Wach, C. Bastich, W. Switaj, W. Crawford. SECOND 
ROW: R. Lanese, J. Beck, D. Rolla, C. Rojeck. R. Kraince, R. Hawley. R. Hanley, H. Wise. THIRD ROW: 
D. Stibich, P. Wright, R. Pergler, W. Wilson, G. Birch, R. Wilk, R. McLean, T. Moore, T. Cox, W. Arunski, 
Unknown, R. Jones. 



APRIL 22, the Shore nine opened their 1943 baseball season as Defending 
Champions of the Eastern Conference. Their opening game was with 
John Hay at Noble Field. They were beaten, 5-3. The Admirals then trav- 
eled to Cleveland Heights, where they played a thirteen inning tie game, which 
was called on account of darkness. The final score was 3-3. 

The following week Euclid Central invaded Shore and came out the vic- 
tor with a score of 6-1. Then the Shore nine came back into the winning 
column by defeating Willoughby 6-4, followed by a victory over Brush, 4-0. 

The Admirals' next duel was a double-header with Mayfield, Shore com- 
ing out the victor in both games, 11-1 and 3-2. The highlight of the double- 
header was first baseman Tom Moore's home run. 

The team then traveled to Shaw, where they were defeated 4-0. The 
following day Shore came out and trounced a Willoughby nine, 14-5. 

The Admirals traveled to Lyndhurst for the Eastern Conference Cham- 
pionship game with Brush. Shore was the victor with a score of 10-2. Shore's 
next contest was against Shaw in the North Eastern Sectional Playoffs at Uni- 
versity School. Shore was defeated 4-2. 

The team closed their season by downing Euclid Central, 7-1. 

We hope this year's team will do as well as the record we've given of last 
year's champs. They have a good start. 

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Cheerleaders in Action 




FRONT: A. Greene. BACK: L. Maldovan, B. Urankar, B. Sanner. M. Zepka. A. Henn 



The Girls 



Behind The Team 



In Front Of The Crowd 



E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E! 
E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E-E! 
Go and get 'em, sic 'em, sic 'em. 
Go and get 'em, sic 'em, sic 'em, 
Go and get 'em, sic 'em, sic 'em, 
Rah! rah! rah! rah! 
Shore High! Shore High! 
Rah! rah! rah! rah! 
Shore High! Shore High! 
Rah! rah! rah! rah! 
Shore High! Shore High! 
Yea ! ! ! ! ! ! 

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Girls' Leaders Club 





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FIRST ROW: J. Richards, M. Hauser, R. Haberackcr, J. Brinkman. L. Wilhelm. D. Daye, L. Shimrock. 
SECOND ROW: D. Lesser, B. Urankar, M. Zepka, M. Young, M. Johnson. D, Crawley, D. Slokar. THIRD 
ROW: B. Janovac, A. Henn, V, Protz. B. Sanner. B. Stone. L, DiSanto. C. Geddes. FOURTH ROW: R. 
Gordon, P. Bundy, B. Sumner, B. Abromovic, M. Gardner. FIFTH ROW: D. Hogan, C. Loos, A. Heinrich, 
D. Stoiber, P. Clasen, P. Hawks, D. Morris. 



'WO shots!" says the girl in the white suit. To the uninformed, the 

docility of the blue-clad Dianas in obeying this dictate of their white 
clothed sister might seem strange and rather wonderful. 

Certainly these white-clad girls of the Girls' Leaders Club deserve recogni- 
tion for the work they do. Besides learning to referee every kind of intramural 
sport in which the girls participate, they practice until they attain personal 
proficiency in each of these games. They work hard and faithfully until they 
are skilled, efficient, and respected. Miss Gill is sponsor of the organization. 

It is considered an honor to wear the white uniform of the G.L.C. It 
represents not only athletic ability, achievement, and interest, but scholastic 
success as well, for no girl is eligible for membership who does not rank high 
on the scholastic roll of her class. Each year a limited number of sophomores, 
juniors, and seniors are chosen from the candidates to wear the triangle which 
symbolizes the Girls' Leaders Club. 

The girls of the club sell war stamps regularly in the hall, and this 
patriotic service is greatly appreciated. Each member contributes her time for 
this worthwhile job. 



President Jane Brinkman 

Secretary -Treasurer Ruth Haberacker 



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Girls' Athletic Club 



AS the boys of Shore receive letters for participating in spoits, so the girls 
. earn letters through the Girls' Athletic Club. Though the girls' sports 
are only intramural, there is almost as much excitement and competition as in 
the inter-scholastic games. 

The Girls' Athletic Club boasts a membership of most of the girls in the 
school. The girls work hard, usually for four years, participating in intra- 
mural basketball, baseball, volleyball, ping-pong and badminton tournaments 
and going hiking, bicycling and horseback riding. In this way they earn 
points, and when they have earned the required number, they are awarded a 
beautiful white letter "S" set on a green background with the letters G.A.C. 
in green. The girls wear these letters proudly, and they have the right to do 
so, as they stand for much hard work and good clean fun. 

The Girls' Athletic Club does fine work in promoting clean playing, 
sportsmanship and good citizenship among the girls of Shore. 

Miss Gill is the sponsor of this huge organization. 



President Marilynn Johnson 

Vice-President Donna Daye 

Secretary-Treasurer Carol Geddes 



G. A. C. — Seniors 

FIRST ROW: B. Urankar, D. Fondran. G. Potts, M. Hauser, H. Johnson. D. Dayc. M. Johnson. C. Geddes, 
A. Henn, A. Polcar, M. Young. F. Cerbin. H. Greene. SECOND ROW: J. Brinkman. T. Frank. L. Shimrock, 
L. DiSanto. M. Merrills, B. Day. A. Heinrich. M. Zepka, D. Rhoades. J. Meyers. B. Spangler. B. Sanner, A. 
Hollyfield, L. Stone, M. Hopson, A. Winters. THIRD ROW: D. Cimperman, B. Blumer. R. Wessel, V. Protz, 
C. Crawley. S. Olson, A. George, R. McMaster, M. Kirchner, D. Vessel. FOURTH ROW: D. Lesser. J. Stev- 
ko, E. Fischer, D. Stoiber, J. Shumway, L. Maldovan. J. Sunagel. L. Wilhelm. D. Wentling. J. Simon. 



G. A. C. — Juniors 

FIRST ROW: V. Harrison. R. Gordon, B. Abromovic, S. Nelson, S. Ritter. M. Gardner. D. Lewis, M. Fore- 
stek, L. Pozar. SECOND ROW: K. Merntt. E. Calabreese. M. Frabatto. P. Clasen. M. Koric. L. Tegel, 
M. Mlakar, C. Bowersox. B. Ballett. D. Slokar. D. Hogan, F. Yuska. THIRD ROW: B. Janovac, R. Janezic, 
B. Clover, E. Deluga. N. Birch, P. Anderson, A. Mazich. B. Prior. FOURTH ROW: R. Haberacker, D. 
Samuels, M. Chalfant, J. Richards, F. Roope, F. Michael, M. Niebes, E. Redfern. 



G. A. C. — Sophomores and FresJunen 

FIRST ROW: A. Jensen. C. Loos, L. Donat, N. Fischer, R. Jenz. P. Rapp. B. Sumner. P. Hawks, J. Wilkinson, 
J. Larson. D. Spangler. G. Brooks, H. Schuler. SECOND ROW: P. Bloss. N. Kozan. D. Paleit. D. Rini, D. 
Ccrgol. N. Potter. D. Read. H. Hahn, M. Wellington. G. Raymond, J. Gitano. M. Odell. B. Murray. THIRD 
ROW: D. Long, M. Hrabak. B. Boldin, D. Duiker. R. Oliver, M. Kingsley. P. Cole.. V. Baraga, S. Slokar, S. 
McQuown. J. Julyan, P. Langdon, B. Will. FOURTH ROW: C. Davis. B. Raney. D. Morris, C. Anderson. 
D. Burke. J. Carlgren, A. Meder. J. Lowrie, L. Herrmann. J. Schulmeister. M. Palko, K. Newton. FIFTH 
ROW: J. Clark. A. Ettenger, J. Conly, R. Pierce. B. Stone. R. Welton. B. Kapudja. M. Intihar, K. Moschell. 
A. Wilhelm, J. Wilk. 

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Megaphone Club 




FIRST ROW: A. Greene, M. Zepka, B. Urankar, A. Henn. B. Sanner, L. Maldovan. SECOND ROW: M. 
Kilkenny, K. Kilkenny. W. Kilkenny, C. Hudec, O. Lindsay, D. Paleit, D. Burke, D. Wentling. THIRD 
ROW: M. Kinnamon, M. Kirchner. J. Binder, C. Anderson. B. Day, A. Meder. R. Jenz. V. Baraga. D. Cer- 
gol. FOURTH ROW: J. Simon.. B. Lewis, L. Shimrock, A. Raglow, A. Wilhelm, A. Keyes, J. Meyers, B. 
Spangler, N. Fischer. Not shown — Sponsor J. J. Pohto. 



GREEN and White, Fight, Fight! Yea, Shore! By these sounds you shall 
know them; they are the members of the Megaphone Club from whom 
are chosen Shore's Cheerleaders. 

This year only the seniors acted in the capacity of full-fledged cheerleaders. 
That they are efficient and desirable in their job is proved by the fact that they 
were chosen to cheer for the East Side at the Annual Charity game. 

They are on hand at all the games and in any weather, earning their 
letters and pepping up that old Shore Spirit. They are also doing a good 
job of training Shore's future cheerleaders. 



President Barbara Sanner 

Vice-President Bette Urankar 

Secretary Dolores Cergol 

Treasurer Carol Anderson 



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Whirlo 




FIRST ROW: M. Sayers, J. Bollenbacker. D. Schmitt, L. Wilhclm. Miss Gill. J. Sunagel. L. Maldovan, S. 
Ritter. SECOND ROW: C. Riehl. B. Simmonds. F. Christopher. R. Wessel, D. Crawley, B. Blumer, T. 
Frank, J. Stevko, H. Schuler. THIRD ROW: R. Dunn, A. Jensen, D. Wending, D. Rhoades, M. Kinnamon, A. 
Wilhclm, D. Cimperman. B. Murray. FOURTH ROW: N. Longo, M. Merrills, J. Meyers. 



WHEN membership rolls were called for this club, some large Cleveland 
schools answered "thirty-five or forty." But the representative from 
Shore rose and answered "one hundred thirty-six." This shows the interest in 
roller skating that is very evident at Shore. 

Sponsored by Miss Gill, this new club seems to have a growing future at 
Shore. Its members enjoy special rates at the rink and are privileged to attend 
parties and special skates given for them. 

Members earn points for letters by skating. 



President . Lois Wilhelm 

Vice-President Bob Smith 

Secretary-Treasurer Donna Morris 



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January Class 

Most Popular boy Larry Auckland 

Most Popular girl Marge Young 

Boy with nicest eyes Tom Burns 

Girl with nicest eyes Martha Hauser 

Boy with nicest hair Franklin Hopton 

Girl with nicest hair Dorothy Heuser 

Boy with best personality Norman Brandt 

Girl with best personality Rita Schroeder 

Best boy athlete Tom Burns 

Best girl athlete Dorothy Heuser and 

Martha Hauser (tied) 

Best looking boy Franklin Hopton 

Best looking girl Martha Hauser 

Best boy dancer Bob Kozan 

Best girl dancer Dorothy Heuser 

Neatest boy Bob Kozan 

Neatest girl Martha Hauser 

Best all-around boy Larry Auckland 

Best all-around girl Genevieve Potts 

June Class 

Most Popular boy Tom Miller, first; 

Harry Wise, second 
Most Popular girl Barbara Sanner and 

Jean Sunagel (tied) 
Boy with nicest eyes Bob Wach, first; 

Harry Wise, second 



Girl with nicest eyes _ Dorothy Crawley and 

Alice Hollyfield (tied) 

Boy with nicest hair Bob Bosworth, first; 

Harry Wise, second 

Girl with nicest hair Betty VonHof, first; 

Adel Heinrich, second 

Best boy dancer Lloyd Vandervoort, first: 

Bob Palko, second 

Best girl dancer Jean Sunagel. first; 

Lois Maldovan, second 

Boy with best personality Tom Herrick, first; 

Tom Miller, second 

Girl with best personality Donna Daye and 

Jean Sunagel (tied) 

Best looking boy Bob Wach, first; 

Harry Wise, second 

Best looking girl Jean Sunagel, first; 

Adel Heinrich, second 

Neatest boy Tom Herrick, first; 

Bob Wach, second 

Neatest girl Adel Heinrich, first; 

Hanna Johnson, second 

Best all-around boy Tom Miller, first; 

Bill Grossman, second 

Best all-around girl Jean Sunagel and 

Donna Daye (tied) 

Best boy athlete Tom Miller, first; 

Harry Wise, second 

Best girl athlete Donna Daye, first; 

Shirley Olsen. second 



Oct. 22 — The election of new mem- 
bers to Hi-Y was announced this week. 
Thirty-six members were voted in. 

Oct. 25, 26, 11 — No school Monday, 
Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoons be- 
cause Ration Book No. 4 is to be issued at 
this time. I hope the students aren't too 
disappointed. 

Oct. 28 — We have school all day to- 
day and such a hub-bub. Everyone 
seemed to be raving about a song written 
by the teachers in honor of rationing. 
And another thing, Diary, Shore is still in 
a three-way tie for first place after beating 
Brush 12-0. 

Oct. 29 — Girls' Volleyball Tourna- 
ment has finally got under way with eight 
games played. That must account for all 
that racket last Friday after school. 

Nov. 1 — The latest report has it that 
Shore topped its War Chest goal with a 
total of $523.65. Isn't that perfect? 

Nov. 3 — Today in assembly the base- 
ball tokens were awarded to last year's 
baseball champions. Such a grinning mob 
of fellows. I went to school early this 
morning, Diary, because Senior class officers 



were being elected. The results are: Tom 
Miller, President; Ed Flammang, Vice 
President; Louise DiSanto, Secretary: and 
Helen Greene, Treasurer. 

Nov. 5 — Last Friday night at the an- 
nual football dance, Jane Brinkman. a 
radiant Senior, was crowned Football 
Queen. Practice for varsity basketball 
started today in the old gym, and, Diary, 
I do believe they make more noise than 
the girls. 

Nov. 10 — The motto of this year's 
sewing class is "Make and Mend". I 
think it's very timely, don't you? 

Nov. 1 2 — A subscription campaign has 
been started to raise money for a Public 
Address System to be installed at Shore 
after the war. I'm off to sell a sub. It 
was a marvelous game; we lost but it was 
a lot of fun; the score was 32-6. (Shaw) 

Nov. 14 — I'm off for a bicycle hike. 
Have to be at the school auditorium en- 
trance at 2:00 for G.A.C. 

Nov. 1 6 — It seems our cheerleaders will 
have a chance to cheer at the Charity 
game; I know they will prove themselves 
worthy. 



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Readers: 

On the following pages appear the adver- 
tisements of business firms who have seen fit 
to back us and help us to publish this year- 
book. The business staff sincerely thanks them 
all. Read these pages; become acguainted 
with these boosters of Shore; patronize them 
when you can. 

The Business Staff 



Boosters 



Hanna 

E. C. Flammang 
Zimmerman 
Daisy Blakapopolous 
Shirlce Olsonovitski 
Maggie Hopsonovitch 
Annie Georgavitchi 
Jane Stevkovitz 
Betty O'vonhofsky 
Dorothy Lesser 
Bob Himes 
Frank Spino 
Andy Ziegler 
Betty Urankar 
Teddy and Dot 
Marilynn Johnson 
Harry Wise 
Bob Wach 
Evelynn Funk 
Dorothy Lakan 
Lillian Shimrock 
Helen Greene 
Marge Farrell 
Lois Froelich 
June Crowell 
Margie Merrills 



"Pud" 
Bob Smith 
Walt Arunski 
Joe Chidley 
Dorothy Wentling 
Lois Maldovan 
Dolores Fondran 
Rita Schroeder 
Ken Decker 
Bruce Huston 
Roy Miller 
William Switaj 
Ada Winters Watt 
Donna Daye 
Tom Herrick 
Rollin Kollie 
Dick Wilcox 
Bill Frizzel 
Tom Miller 
Bill Read 
Don Howell 
Adrian R. Keefe 
Louise Di Santo 
Dorothy Schmitt 
Tom Moore 
Russell O. Wilk 



M. A. Zepka 

Jeanne Meyers 

Dorothy Heuser 

Bob Bosworth 

Marge Kirchner 

Virginia Protz 

Lloyd Vandervoort 

Don Theuer 

Barb Day 

Adel Heinrich 

Brink 

Barb Sanner 

Edith Fischer 

Loisjane Stone 

Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Herrick 

Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sherman 

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Greene 

Mr. and Mrs. Heinrich 

Mr. A. W. Henn 

Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Roope 

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Spangler 

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Johnson 

Mr. Fred R. Fischer 

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Theuer 



Nov. 19 — Too bad you couldn't have 
been there to see "A Riddle for Mr. Twid- 
dle", the Junior class play. It was a 
scream; all about a Mr. Twiddle, "Pick 
Up" man from "Over There". 

Nov. 20 — Tonight's the night of the 
Shore Service Club's dance for the Fenn 
Air Cadets. Too bad I'm not a member 
of the Service Club. 

Nov. 22 — We had our Annual pictures 
taken today. Some of those groups! 

Nov. 24 — This was the date of the Hi- 
Y Thanksgiving dance. And, Diary, 
what a dance! 

Nov. 25 — Happy Thanksgiving and 
as a present we aren't having any school 
today or tomorrow. 

Nov. 29 — Courtesy Week started to- 
day; what a change! Just think, one 
whole week of courtesy. To introduce 
it they had Mr. Archer read us a few of 
his epigrams. 

Nov. 30 — Heard another talk today 
by Mrs. B. Hess and it was just as inter- 
esting as the first. 

Dec. 1 — $2,053 has been netted in the 
subscription drive for a Public Address 
System to be installed at Shore after the 
war. Are we proud! 



Dec. 3 — We played our first basket- 
ball game tonight with Mentor and won 
32-28. 

Dec. 5 — Dr. Loos, our principal, has 
been made chairman of the Infantile 
Paralysis campaign of Euclid. 

Dec. 7 — In assembly the choir members 
received their hard-earned letters. 

Dec. 8 — The Service Club is planning 
a "Swap Shop". I hope they hurry up, 
I've got things and stuff to swap. 

Dec. 9 — The Girls' basketball tourna- 
ment starts next year so I hope all con- 
cerned get signed up. I know I did. 

Dec. 10 — We played a basketball game 
with Willoughby tonight and they lost 
with the same score as Mentor. 32-28. 

Dec. 11 — We had a wonderful time at 
the Christmas Formal tonight. The gym 
looked wonderful — m-m-m-m-m! 

Dec. 14 — A beautiful Christmas Con- 
cert was given this evening by the two 
choirs under the direction of Mr. Beck. 

Dec. 1 7 — Shore's playing a wonderful 
string of basketball games this season. 
We won again tonight against Bedford, 

55-37. 



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Q^w^imc^^ cuui Qcmd UJidJted 



TO THE 



FROM YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



Mayor Kenneth J. Sims 

Solicitor Paul H. Torbet 

Treasurer H. R. Clark 

Auditor W. A. Abbott 

Louis R. Wess, President of Council 

Frank Bubsey, Councilman 1st Ward 

James Kenny, Councilman 2nd Ward 

Frank Derdich, Councilman 3rd Ward 

Harry J. Knuth, Councilman 4th Ward 

Wm. F. Burns, Councilman-at-Large 

Ralph V. Hill, Councilman-at-Large 

Hugo H. Lux, Councilman-at-Large 

G. F. Morgan, Clerk of Council 

Frank A. Thomas, City Engineer 

Wm. A. McMaster, Safety Director 

M. A. Spino, Service Director 

Roland N. Baehr. Chief of Police 

Thomas Hanley, Chief of Fire 

H. G. Heiss, Transportation Superintendent 

C. R. Woodmansee, Building Inspector 

Al Richey, Parks Director 

Wm. H. Bente, Deputy Auditor 

R. Harry Koppich, Justice of Peace 

Alexander Apple, Justice of Peace 

George Schafer, Constable 

W. Harry Stoneman, Constable 



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Jan. 1 — Happy New Year, Everybody! 

Jan. 4 — Everyone in school was all 
pepped up from the Christmas holidays. I 
hope they stay this way a while before 
it wears off. 

Jan. 6 — Whirlo letters have arrived. 
No wonder everyone seems to be going 
skating. 

Jan. 7 — Shore beat Bedford today, 55- 
37. 



FOR THE AMERICA OF TOMORROW 




Airports . . . Mines . . . Quarries . . . Dams and Navy Bases . . . these are 
only a few of the big jobs on which EUCLID equipment is working here 
and abroad. 

By helping to complete these important wartime projects in record time, 
EUCLID equipment also is doing its part in the building of a better 
America of tomorrow. 

THE EUCLID ROAD MACHINERY CO. 
1361 CHARDON RD. EUCLID, OHIO 



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Success and Best Wishes 

To Our 

YOUNG AMERICANS 




HASE 



Chase Brass & Copper Co 

INCORPORATED 

SUBSIDIARY OF KENNECOTT COPPER CORPORATION 
1155 Babbitt Road " Cleveland, Ohio 



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Compliments of 



THE 



TAYLOR and BOGGIS 

FOUNDRY COMPANY 

Manufacturers of 
Light Grey Iron Castings 



1261 Babbitt Road 



Euclid, Ohio 



Jan. 


1 2 — Nine new students have en- 


tered our realm of knowledge since Christ- 


mas vacation. 


Jan. 


1 3 — Shore wrestled Shaker today 


and was defeated, 34-6. 


Jan. 


1 4 — Hawley made the first basket 


tonight 


in our game with Mayfield. It 


worked 


like a charm, too, for we won 


45-26. 




Jan. 


1 5 — Cleveland Heights must be 


our Jinx for we lost another game to 


them tonight, 35-28. Were we disgusted! 




Compliments of 


The 


Continental Product Co. 




EUCLID, OHIO 




"Paint Manufacturers" 



Congratulations! 
Shore High Graduates 



FROM 



THE PARKER APPLIANCE COMPANY 



ENGINEERS 




17325 EUCLID AVENUE, CLEVELAND. 



MANUFACTURERS 



Offering alert war-time graduates an interesting 
selection of vocational opportunities with post- 
war career potentialities. 



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WELCOME TO A NEW WORLD 



GLASS OF 1944 



Your parents, relatives, neighbors, friends and well-wishers 
at Addressograph-Multigraph join with the community in con- 
gratulating you on the successful completion of your High School 
course. 

Ours is a thrill in welcoming the "commencement" of your 
active participation in the affairs of a world that needs you and 
wants you. 

Yours is now to give the things that youth alone can give — 
and in the giving, you will be helping all of us in the discharge 
of our responsibilities to the American way of life. 

May yours be a full contribution to the fruitful and happy 
fulfillment of our beloved country's destiny. 



Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation 
1200 Babbitt Road Euclid, Ohio 

Makers of equipment that simplifies 
business methods all over the world 



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Compliments of 



BRODEN 

Construction Company 



Subsidiary of 

The Wean Engineering 
Company, Inc. 

WARREN, OHIO 



FLOYD B. STEIN,. Inc. 

"Our Coal Makes Warm Friends" 

Babbitt Road at Nickel Plate 
EUCLID, OHIO 



The Austin Company 

Steel Fabricating Plant 

E. 222 AND NICKEL PLATE 
TRACKS 



Compliments of 



The EUCLID CRANE and HOIST CO 

EUCLID, OHIO 



Manufacturers of 

Electric and Hand Power Overhead and Travelling Cranes, 

Electric Hoists and Trolleys, Miscellaneous Hoisting 

and Conveying Machinery 



THOMPSON QE? 

23555 EUCLID AVENUE • CLEVELAND OHIO 

AIRCRAFT PRODUCTS CO. 

Euclid, Ohio 



Manufacturers of precision 

engine valves and parts 

for the aircraft flown by 

the fighting forces of the 

United States of America 



SALUTES 
the Class of 1944 






OTHER PLANTS OF THOMPSON PRODUCTS, INC. IN CLEVELAND, OHIO * DETROIT, MICH. 
LOS ANGELES, CALIF. * SUBSIDIARIES: TOLEDO, OHIO * ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO 



THE 

HABERACKER 
OPTICAL 

COMPANY 

Manufacturing Dispensing 
Opticians 

Oculists Prescriptions Accurately Filled 

Frames Adjusted and Repaired 

Lenses Replaced 

Sunglasses 

'Proper Eye Care is not expensive' 




Downtown 

2022 East 9th St. 

MAin 2431 



Lakewood 

15101 Detroit Ave. 

ACademy 2727 



Jan. 15 — The number of boys enlisting 
early is astounding. Let's all wish them 
the best of luck. 

Jan. 16 — Green hats all over the place. 
"Friendship buddy hats," they're called, 
and everyone is wearing them. 

Jan. 17 — Six senior sisters played host- 
ess to some new students this afternoon. 
Hope they get a good impression! 



RECORDS 

BLUEBIRD ■ DEGGA - VICTOR 
COLUMBIA - OKEH 

— AT — 

HERB FITZGERALD'S 

RADIO SHOP 

635 E. 185th St. KE. 1313 



Compliments of 



THE 



CLEVELAND HOBBING 
MACHINE COMPANY 



Come in to see us 
about employment 



1311 Chardon Road 
Euclid, Ohio 



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Oh the, yea/iA ia oame . 



it is hoped that graduates of Shore 
High will look upon the plant of Cleveland Pneumatic Aerol, Inc., 
Euclid's newest neighbor, as an institution which has taken its 
rightful place in your progressive, forward-looking community. 

Manufacturers of pneumatic tools, rock drills, automotive 
shock absorbers, and aerols (the shock absorbing units on airplane 
landing gear), The Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Co. and its prin- 
cipal subsidiary, Cleveland Pneumatic Aerol, Inc., are now engaged 
100% in war production. 

It is our pledge to serve you and the community of Euclid 
with the same high degree of integrity and expert manufacturing 
skill that have characterized our fifty years in business, when we 
turn from the ways of war to the pathways of peace. 



CLEVELAND PNEUMATIC AEROL, INC. 

(A wholly-owned subsidiary of The Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company) 

EUCLID 17, OHIO 

"A Friendly Place to Work" 



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DID YOU KNOW? 

That, right in your own Shore High 
neighborhood, General Electric Go. 
(the world's largest electrical manufac- 
turer) has one of its most important 
plants? 

That, this plant, the Cleveland Wire 
Works, 1331 Ghardon Road, is now en- 
gaged in extremely important war 
work? 

That, much of this work is connected 
with the highly important electronic 
field? 

That, many former Shore High students 
are now employed at Cleveland Wire? 

That, there may be an opening for you 
in this important war plant? 




From Parts Prints to Press in 8 Weeks 

— No small task in these days of priorities, delays and last minute 
changes. Barth of Cleveland gives high credit to 



?t 



HARDSTEEL" DRILLS 



which enabled them, on the signal equipment dies illustrated, to save 
many man hours and to keep an important delivery date. « « « 
With a "HARDSTEEL" Drill in an ordinary drill press and follow- 
ing simple instructions regarding speed and pressure, any mechanic 
can easily drill clean holes through steel hardened by any process 
— 40 Rockwell "C" or harder. 

A time saver when last minute emergency changes come through 
on hardened dies and parts. And the only way to assure matching 
of hardened parts at assembly— drill after hardening. 
Used throughout industry for parts recovery and for production 
work — made in all sizes Vs" to 1". 

BLACK DRILL CO. • 1400 East 222nd Street, Cleveland 17, Ohio 

"YOU HARDEN IT... WE'LL DRILL IT" with HARDSTEEL 

Complete information and practical operating suggestions in 
*jji|l "*> the "HARDSTEEL" Operating Manual. Copy free on request. 



"H A R D S T E E L" 

DRILLS • REAMERS • TOOL BITS • SPECIAL TOOLS 



SOLON DRUG STORES 

22076 Lake Shore Blvd. 
21051 Euclid Ave. 

CANDY - ICE CREAM 

CIGARS ■ TOBACCO 

PRESCRIPTIONS 



We Specialize In 
DANISH PASTRIES 

Fresh Twice Daily 

EUCLID BAKERY 

Mrs. Schmelter, Prop. 
22054 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Jan. 18 — The Girl Reserves have a 
skating party scheduled at the "Y" for 
this night. Bet it's going to be fun. 

Jan. 20 — An Honor assembly was held 
this afternoon and the Seniors received 
recognition for all honors acquired during 
high school. This evening they are hav- 
ing their banquet at Hotel Carter. Please 
don't break anything! Oh, Diary, I 
nearly forgot, our wrestlers beat Univer- 
sity this afternoon, 21-17. 

Jan. 21 — This is really a lucky year 
for the basketball team; they won again, 
this time against Brush, 37-24. 

Jan. 2 3 — This Sunday afternoon saw 
the Baccalaureate Service for the gradu- 
ating classes of Shore and Central at the 
Church of the Epiphany. It was a lovely 
service. 

Jan. 24 — The National Honor So- 
ciety initiated its new members today in 
assembly. Nice going candidates! 

Jan. 27 — At 8:30 this evening Dr. 
Krumbine will address the class of '44, 
and I won't be able to attend. Shore 
wrestled John Hay and was left gasping 
with a score of 24-16. 



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Good Luck 

To all "grads" 

Wherever you are 

Or wherever you may go 

We'll all he glad to see you 

When you return 

God Speed! 



C\ 



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r> 



Compliments 

OLYMPIC HI-SPEED CORP. 

Jerome V. Saimer, President 



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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 


CLASS OF 1944 


CROCKETT 


CLEANERS 


22490 Lake Shore Blvd. 


KE 6630 


"You'll Like Our Service" 



C. N. DAVIS 

FUNERAL HOME 

18915 Nottingham Rd. 

40 years service to 
Nottingham and Euclid 



Congratulations to 

The Graduating Glass of 1944 
WILDWOOD FLORAL 

17750 Lake Shore Blvd. 



ROBERT 


S. JAMESON 




Realtor 




Keeper of the 


Keys 


Lake Shore East and Euclid Properties 


Residential 


* Business 
SITES 


Industrial 


Building ; Financing * 


Management 


Main Office 




Branch Office 


18950 Lake Shore Blvd. 




21272 Lake Shore Blvd. 


IV 3164 


- 


IV 3166 



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• 




Best Wishes For A 


SUCCESSFUL FUTURE 


to 


The Senior Class of Shore High 


t/* 


GREAT LAKES DRIVE AWAY 

CORPORATION 
W. CURTIS KEAL 



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Compliments 



of 



The Hillwood Mfg. Go. 



21700 St. Clair Ave. 



EUCLID, OHIO 



Compliments of 

Shore Theatre 

Management 
ASSOCIATED THEATRES, INC. 



Jan. 28 — Tonight was the night we 
played Central, our main rival, and such 
a basketball game. Oh yes, Diary, we 
won, 44-37. 

Feb. 1 — The "March of Dimes" at 
school was a big success with a total con- 
tribution of $139. Gala night was a song- 
fest with all the splendor and trimmings 
of an anticipated annual event; we danced 
afterwards, too! 



Smith's Restaurant and Barbecue, Inc* 

"GOOD FOOD IS GOOD HEALTH" 



Luncheons 



Dinners 



Accommodations for Private Parties 



22305 Lake Shore Blvd. 

John Vidrick 



KE 2792 



John Poison 



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Compliments of 



SHORE STUDENT COUNCIL 




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Compliments of 

Euclid Goal and Supply Go. 

1400 Chardon Rd. 
EUCLID, OHIO 



Compliments of 



EUCLID POST NO. 343 




■■" ' v - ' 



WM. A. MOORE, Commander 



Help Make This a Victorious Year 



BUY MORE WAR BONDS 
AND STAMPS 

Yours til Victory .... 

CORPORAL AND MRS. DANIEL A. ROSE 

"Shore Beverages 9 

21950 LAKE SHORE BOULEVARD 



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FRIENDSHIP CLUB 



OF THE 



Y. W. C. A 



"To Find and Give the Best" 
"To Face Life Squarely" 



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S. H. JOHNSTON 

Funeral Director and Embalmer 

Finest Home in City 

Complete Funeral Equipment and 
Private Invalid Car Service 

15314 Macauley Avenue KE 3600 

Corner E. 135 St. & Lake Shore Blvd. 



EUCLID BODY and FENDER REPAIR 

-AUTO REFINISHING— 

Estimates Given 

M. Mattes 18601 Abbey Ave. 

IVanhoe 4162 



Compliments of 

CHANDLER 

PRODUCTS 

CORP. 

1491 Chardon Rd. 



Compliments 
of 

MOSS POINT CLEANERS 



Serving Euclid for the past 14 years 



Congratulations and Best Wishes To 
the GRADUATES 

from 

KOZAN'S TAVERN 

23721 Lakeland Blvd. 



LUCILE 
HAT SHOP 

22064 Lake Shore Blvd. 



The best in Millinery, Bags, Costumes, 
Jewelry, Gloves, and Hosiery. We spe- 
cialize in hand made hats and bridal 
veils. 



Mrs. Lucii.e Murphy — Mrs. Velma Bosworth 



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TOWN 
CLEANERS 

ODORLESS CLEANING 

Garments Insured 
Against Fire and Theft 

Same Location Since 1912 
8523 Hough Ave. GA 2613 



THE 
EUCLID ELECTRIC 

and Mfg. Co. 

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Designers and Manufacturers of 
Industrial Control Equipment 



Compliments of 

The Ajax Manufacturing Co. 
1441 Chardon Rd. 



Compliments of 

The Geometric Stamping 
Company 

1111 East 200th Street 
EUCLID, OHIO 



Feb. 3 — The girls basketball tourna- 
ment is well underway now, and the girls 
are really fighting for the championship. 

Feb. 4 — Please notice the newer, bigger 
and better Shore Breeze. It now has 5 
columns and is 1 3 inches long. 

Feb. 10 — Our Debaters met Shaw this 
afternoon. No decisions, but they will 
come in the future. 



Compliments of the 



SHORE P. T. A. 



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The Nottingham Drug Co. 

Expert Prescription Service 

E. 187th St. and St. Clair Ave. 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 

KE 0066 



Compliments of 

SHORE BOWL 

OHIO'S FINEST BOWLING LANES 

"The place to meet the gang for fun" 
22400 Lake Shore Blvd. Euclid, O. 



Feb. 11 — An Amateur talent show, 
sponsored by the P.T.A., was held to- 
night. Everyone agrees that it was "All 
Right". Joe Chidley won the Grand 
Prize. 

Feb. 1 7 — Mr. Lampkin told us a very 
absorbing story, set to music, of the 
Negro, in assembly today. 

Feb. 21 — The Friendship club had a 
Toy Hop. The unique dance was spon- 
sored to help the Red Cross and furnish 
a good time for all. And you should have 
seen the toys! 



SHORE 
DEPT. STORE 

22040 Lake Shore Blvd. 
IV 6161 



The Lake Shore Machine Co. 

High-Grade Machining and 
Screw Machine Products 



1340 E. 222nd St. 

O. R. OCONNELL 
President & Manager 



EUCLID, OHIO 



C ' ompliments of 

La SALLE 
THEATRE 



St. Glair Goal & Supply Go. 

Building Material and Goal 

20300 St. Glair Ave. Cleveland, O. 

KE 6000 



Compliments of 



SMITH'S DELICATESSEN 



21932 Lake Shore Blvd. 



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BILL'S CLOTHES 

Everything for Men and 

Young Men 

TWO STORES 
618 E. 185th - St. Clair Ave. at 152nd St. 



East One Hundred Eighty-Fifth 
BOWLING CENTER 

770 East 185th Street IVanhoe 4664 

Proprietors 
PHIL. MOCILNIKAR TONY SKUFCA 

AL. MILNAR JOHN E. LOKAR 



THE WRIGHT STORE 

696 E. 185th St. 
Dry Goods — Furnishings — Shoes 

"It's Wright to be Thrifty" 



Beachland Hardware 

Paint, Varnishes, Glass, Plumbing 
Supplies 

630 E. 185th St. KE 0687 

Edward F. Heil, Prop. 



Wickliffe Lumber Go. 
Lloyd Road 

"Tell Us When and Where . . . 
We'll Be There" 

KE 0624 



THE EUCLID 
NEWS-JOURNAL 



Mar. 17 — A basketball dance to help 
wind up the basketball season was held 
tonight. 

Mar. 24 — A combined G.L.C. and 
G.A.C. dance was held after school today. 
A good time was had by all. 

Apr. 28 — The Senior class play, "You 
Can't Take It With You", proved to be 
a rollicking comedy. We laughed until 
our seams split. 

May 19 — A track meet was held today. 



Compliments of 

TUCKER SHOES 

QUALITY SHOES — Expertly Fitted 

For dress or sport, always newest styles 

Fitted by X-ray 

686 E. 185 St. 



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Chesshire - Higbee 

.. .PHOTOGRAPHERS... 

• 

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR SHORE ANNUAL 

— 1944 — 



Printed by Tower Press. Cleveland