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FOREWORD 

TO OURSELVES 

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.S you open this Log in the year 1980 and peruse the opening section, 
you might recall, "Ours was a wartime graduating class." You'll idly leaf 
through to the faculty section and as your glance moves down the page, it 
will stop sometimes to rest on faces that strike a vibrant chord in your memory. 

Then you turn the page, slowly, thoughtfully. The chair in which you 
arc sitting and the heat of the summer day seem distant and unreal. Suddenly 
a shadowy hnger sweeps them completely from your mind and you are stand- 
ing in the halls of Shore in 1945. The faces of your friends arc again vivid 
and familiar. 

Remember our sophomore days when the boys generously gave each 
other "brush cuts 11 with disastrous results. . . . when the boys in our class 
became the Varsity heroes . . . when at long last we proudly occupied the 
front center scats of the auditorium . . . remember English class with debates 
about compulsory military training . . . and how enthusiastically we cheered 
the football and basketball games . . . 

Remember the dreamy time had at the Prom . . . clubs every night after 
school . . . the senior banquet . . . and one occasion we'll never forget 
commencement. 

When scanning these pages in future days amid friends unknown to you 
in high school days and perhaps in distant cities, if you can say then, "I re- 
member, 11 we will feel that we have accomplished our purpose in publishing 
this 1945 Log. 




OLD GLORY OVER IVVO JIMA 

February 23, 1945 




Frank Baressi 
Walter J. Barlag 
Martin Bates 
Charles C. Doyle 
William Doyle 
John C. Gill 
Anthony J. Golinar 
John G. Graney 
Keith C. Hulsman 
Pasquale C. Iacobacci 



Walter Larick 



Anton Loncar 



Edward H. Malz 



Edward Marshall 



Mathew L. McKeon 



Charles Munnings 



Robert S. Pierce 



Joe Poch 



Robert L. Schlieker 



Harold W. Shroka 






eOMTEMT 





Page 


Administration 


7 


Classes . 


15 


Activities 


39 


Sports . 


63 


Shore Shenanigans 


87 


Advertisements 


95 







^tIbminktration 



o{ 1945 




M,e£&ag,e to Student*: 

As we prepare for the post-war period 
we will need to capture for civilian life 
the same lofty purposes which have 
guided our nation through this great 
world struggle. The same heroic devo- 
tion to the common good, the same per- 
sistent loyalty to high ideals, the same 
intensive resistance to the comfortable 
and the easy, the same insistent defense 
of high principles will be needed. We 
must heighten our respect for the great- 
ness of common people, we must re- 
awaken our minds to what ordinary 
people with extraordinary conviction can 
do. At the dawn of peace let us follow the 
advice of Washington at the beginning 
of our history — raise the standard to 
which the wise and honest can repair. 

RUSSELL H. ERWINE 

Superintendent of Schools 



Qraduate* of 1945: 

As good and understanding citizens of 
your school and community, you have 
made vital contributions to the war-time 
efforts of your country. 

Throughout your high-school years 
the world has been threatened by the 
avarice and ferocity of evil men. You 
have opposed them by working on the 
side of right. 

May this same high purpose, equal de- 
votion, and continued patriotism distin- 
guish all your endeavors as adult citizens. 

To you is passed the Torch of Freedom 
from the conrageous grasp of our dear 
boys who are numbered among the great 
heroes of human history. 

You will ably and faithfully carry on 
with the proud humility of thankful and 
true American Citizens. 

LEONARD E. LOOS 

Principal 




BOARD OF EDUCATION 



First Row/ Anton E. Strohm, Russell H. Erwine, Loyal E. Luikart 
Second Row: Loren J. Bullard, John F. Davis, C. E. Bowman, Frank Mills 




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



Lucille Aingworth 

" Wonderful One" 

English 

B. A. Flora Stone Mather 

M. A. Columbia University 



Elsa L. Albrecht 

"Our Buddy 11 

Dean of Girls 

B. S. Boston University 

M. A. Columbia University 



'Boots 



Lester Angene 

Boots . . . Boots . . ." 



English; 

B. A. Heidelberg College 

M. A. Ohio State University 



Meryl R. Baumer 

"Read the part of . . ." 

Speech, Dramatics, English 

B. A. Wittenberg College 

LL. B.John Marshall School of Law 



John Beck 

"On Wings of Song" 

Vocal Music 

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music 

Baldwin-Wallace College 



Minton Blauch 

"A Stout-hearted Man" 

Business, General Science, Junior 

High Math 

B. S. Kent St. ilc 1'iiivcrsity 

M. A. Kent State University 















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Art Bones 

" There'll be Some Changes Made" 



Adrian Buerger 

"The Umbrella Man" 

Solid Geometry 

B. S. Lhiiversity of Dayton 

E. E. Ohio State LTniversity 



Pera Campbell 

"Oh, Lady be Good" 

English 

B. A. Defiance School of 

University of Wisconsin 
M. A. Ohio State University 



Ford L. Case 

"A tisket, a tasket, a green and white 

basket" 
Shop 
B. S. Ohio University 

M. S. University of Wisconsin 



Helen D. Chalfant 

"Seven Twenty in the Books" 

B. S. Ohio State University 
Western Reserve L'niversity 
School of Library Science, B. S. 
in L. S. 



Louise Darst 

"Please take a letter. Miss Brown" 

Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Office 

Practice 
B. A. Oberlin College 
M. A. New York University 



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Marie Davis 

"Sh—sh—Shoo, Baby' 

English, Social Studies 

B. A. Ohio Wesleyan, Columbia 

Ohio State University 

Western Reserve 



DeForrest R. Ewell 

"Gramp" 

Our faithful traffic watcher 




James W. Gebhart 

"Thai Old Black Magic" 

Chemistry 

B. S. Heidelberg College 

M. S. Ohio State, Western Reserve 

University of Wisconsin 

Toledo University 



Dorothy Gill 

"Tramp, Tramp, Tramp" 

Physical Education 
B. A. Ohio State University 



Wilma Gillman 

"Sweet and Lovely" 

English, Social Studies 
A. B. Heidelberg College 



Dale Harper 

"Holiday for Strings" 

Band, Orchestra 

B. S. Cincinnati Conservatory of 

Music, University of Cincinnati 

University of Akron 














Roy O. Hinch 

"Lights! Camera!" 

Maryville College 
B. A. Akron University 
Ohio State University 
Kent State University 



Edith Lemon 

"Silver Threads Among the Gold" 

Home Economics 
B. A. Northwestern University 
M. A. Western Reserve Graduate 
School 



Albert Mitchell 

"Strictly Instrumental" 

Junior High Band 

B. S. Western Reserve University 



Margarette Patrick 

"Besame Mucho" 

Spanish, General Language 

Business, English 
B. A. Western Reserve University 



June Phypers 

"Stop!" 

Typing 

B. A. Denison University 

M. A. Western Reserve L^nivcrsitv 



Annette Pierson 

"My Sister and I" 

American History 

B. S. Kent State University 

M. A. Western Reserve University 



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John J. Pohto 

'Take Me Out to the Ball Game" 

Mechanical Drawing 

B. A. Ohio State University 

M. A. Western Reserve 



Roy Sharrock 

"Now, Boys/" 

Physics 

B. S. Wooster College 

M. A. Columbia University 



Elizabeth Smith 

" Where Does Love Begin and Where 
Does Friendship End?" 

Social Studies, World History 
B. A. Flora Stone Mather 



Harry W. Spangler 

"If I Had My Way" 

Biology, General Science 

B. A. Heidelberg College 

M. S. Western Reserve University 





Hettie Rosenberger 

'Lookie, Lookie, Lookie, Here Comes 
Cookie" 



B. S. Flora Stone Mather 
M. A. Columbia University j^ x \ 



Walter Schwegler 

"Til Be Seeing You" 

Dean of Boys 

B. A. Baldwin Wallace College 

M. A. Western Reserve 












Ira M. Stubbart 

"Santa Claus is Coming to Town" 

Geometry; 

B. A. University of Iowa 

Cleveland Teachers College 



Clarence Swackhamer 

"One, two! One, two! 

Physical Education 

B. S. Ohio State University 

M. A. Columbia University 



Dorothy Sweet 

"Be Careful! It's my heart!" 

School nurse 

Western Reserve University 
R.N. St. Vincent's Charity Hospital 
Public Health Certificate 



Anthony V. Vaccariello 

"Any Bonds Today?" 

English, Spanish, General 

Language 
B. S. Miami University 
M. A. Western Reserve University 



Charles C. Vaughn 

"The Breeze and I" 

Journalism, Printing 

B. A. Bethany College 

M. A. Ohio State University 



Alexander Waselkov 

"Smooth One" 

Art 

B. A. George Washington 

University 
M. A. Ohio University 
Corcoran School of Art 



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Stanley S. Whiteside 

"Now, Just Imagine That You . . ." 

Government, American Problems 
B. A. Ohio State University 



Jane Williams 

"In the Words of a Wise Man" 

German, Latin 

B. PH. Denison University 

PH. B. Ohio University 

Chicago University 




Bella Wilson 

"We Learned a Lesson We'll Never 
Forget" 

Algebra; 

B. A. Western Reserve University 

M. A. Western Reserve University 



Paul Winters 

"Shut the Door" 

Shop 

B. A. Illinois University 

M. A. Northwestern University 




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cAltna M,ater 



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 ! 




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Senior class Officers 




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Judy Mayer, 
Treasurer 



Carol ceddes, 
Secretary 



Ch.es Rojeck, 
Vice. -president 



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Al Berthold, 
president 




Alan Enkler, 
president 



Jean Hendrickson, 
Treasurer 



Dot Hogan, 
Secretary 



Pat Anderson 

"Her memory is Rusty" 

Annual Staff 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

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

Glee Club 1 ; Newcomers' Club 3, 

President 4; Red Cross 4; Senior 

Sisters 4; Service Club 3, 4; 

Whirlo Club 4. 



Norma Birch 

" There's a life saver in the crowd'''' 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 4; 

Whirlo Club 4. 



June Bollenbacher 

"From the halls of Montezuma" 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Girl Reserves 1; Red Cross 4; 

Whirlo Club 3, 4. 



Frank Celizic 

" Aiming for a Sea man'' 

Baseball 1,2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Junior Play; 

Student Council 3; 

Wrestling 1,2. 



Lois Crockett 

"Just call her Henderson" 

Annual Staff 4; 

Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

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

Red Cross 4; Service Club 4; 

Student Council 1, 4; 

Whirlo Club, Sec'y-Treasurer 4. 



Ken Daniels 

"K.T.K. — Ken, the killer" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 

Track 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 







John DeBenedictis 

"]l'oman-hater deluxe" 

Breeze Staff' 4; Hi-Y 4; 
Junior Play; Senior Play. 





James Easter 

"Alice-blue gown" 

Baseball 2, 3; 
Breeze Staff 4. 



Alan Enkler 



"Blue 



eyes 




Class President 3, 4; 

Ad Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Breeze Staff 4; 

Hi-Y 3, Secretary 4; 

Junior Play; Newcomers' Club 4; 

Student Council 1; Track 3, 4; 

Wrestling 3, 4. 

Frances Glodenis 

"Her drawing pencil rules" 

Annual Staff 4; Choir 4; 

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

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Prom Committee 3; 

Red Cross 3, 4; Senior Sisters 4; 

Service Club 3, 4; 

Whirlo Club 3, 4. 

Jean Hendrickson 

"Men are wicked" 

Class Treasurer; Ad Committee 

2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4, Breeze 
Staff 4; Choir 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Girls' Leaders Club 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Red Cross 4; 
Senior Sisters 3, 4; Student 
Council 1, 3; Whirlo Club 4. 

Dorothy Hogan 
"Hogie's bus leaves in five minutes" 
Class Secretary 3, 4; Ad 
Committee 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Breeze Staff 4; Friendship Club 2, 
Sec. 3, 4; G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; 
National Honor 3, Pres. 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Sisters 3, 4; Service Club Pres. 

3. 4; Student Council 2. 



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Gladys Straka Hyde 

"Let's play Hyde and seek" 

Breeze Staff 4; Choir 1, 3, 4; 

Red Cross 3, 4; Senior Play 4; 

Senior Sisters 4; Whirlo Club 4. 




Donald Jensen 
" 'Ready for fun" 



Dick Kraince 

"Brain, brawn, and beauty" 

Baseball 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Hi-Y 3, President 4; Track 1,2; 

Wrestling 1, 3, 4. 



Doris Lewis 

"Hunting for a New man" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1 

Red Cross 4; Service Club 3, 4 

Student Council 1, 2 

Whirlo Club 4. 



Wylda McVeen 

"A little Ray of sunshine" 

Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Student Council 1 . 



Mary Mlakar 

"Meek, mild, but merry" 

Annual Staff 4 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Prom Committee 3 

Red Cross 3, 4; Senior Sisters 4 

Service Club 3, 4 

Whirlo Club 3, 4 








Patricia Morrick 

"Easy come, easy go" 

Entered from East High in 

senior year. 
Senior sisters 4. 



Dave Newman 

"His hobby is a blonde" 

Ad Committee 3, 4; 
Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 
Student Council, Secretary 4. 



Dick Pergler 

"Mr. Twiddle forever" 

Class Vice-President 3, 4; 

Ad Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Baseball 4; Hi-Y 4; 

Breeze Staff, Editor-in-Chief 4, 

Junior Play; 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 

Student Council 2, 3. 



Katherine Merritt Perry 

" To kneel at her feet" 

Entered from Cleveland Heights 

in Junior year. 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 3, 4; Senior Sisters 3; 
President 4. 



Blanche Prior 

"She rolled right by" 

Annual Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3. 4; 
Whirlo Club 3, President 4. 



Dorothy Redfern 

"Over hill, over Dale" 

Entered from Collinwood in 

Junior year. 
Annual Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 4; 
G.A.C. 3, 4; 
Senior Sisters 4; Whirlo Club 4. 



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Ruth Reed 

"Quid as a mouse" 



Ed Schuler 

"Let's go into the dark' room and see 
what develops" 

Class Treasurer 3 



Ad Committee 



3, 4 



Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4 

Disaster Corps 1, 2, 3; Hi-Y 3, 4 

Orchestra ; Prom Committee 3 

Student Council 3, 4; Track 1, 4 

Wrestling 1, 3, 4 



Madeline Shonk 

"Tou'd never know she was there''' 

Entered from Collinwood in 

junior year. 

Breeze Staff 4. 



Glen Smeltz 

"Just a little boy at heart" 

Ad Committee 3, 4; Band 1, 2 

Breeze Staff 4; Hi-Y 4 

Junior Play 

Track 4; Wrestling 1, 3, 4 









Douglas Tercek 

"The Gundar Hagg oj Shore" 

Breeze Staff 4; Football 
Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 4; 
Junior Play 3; Track 1, 2, 3; 
President 4. 



Ray Tiber 

"Tall, dark, and trim" 

Breeze Staff 4; Whirlo Club 4. 



Bill Wilson 

"I /notes!///" 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 
Treasurer 4; 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Newcomer's Club 3; 
Student Council 1, 2. 3. 
President 4. 



Jane Worthington 

"Yiddish" 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 4; Glee Club 1. 



June Stranahan 

"She rates tops" 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Orchestra 1, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; 
Senior Play 4; Senior Sisters 4. 



Lillian Tegel 

"A lily for the Navy" 

Annual Staff 4 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 
G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Senior Sisters 4; Whirlo Club 3, 4. 





Robert Zook 

"CM, he's a peach oj a /e/low" 

Breeze Staff 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Junior Play; Noon Movies 2, 3, 4; 
Student Council 2. 



Betty Abromavic 
"As friendly as they come" 
Annual Staff 4; 



Drum Majorette 1. 



2, 3; 



Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 2, 4; 
Red Cross 2, 4; Whirlo Club 3, 4. 



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Joe Baglione 

"Effort is his middle name" 

Ad Committee 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2; 

Freshman Basketball 1 ; Hi-Y 3, 4; 

Junior Kiwanian 3; 

Student Council 1, 3, 4; 

National Honor Society 4; 

Breeze Staff 4; Senior Play. 



Paul Barclay 

"He always 'managed' well" 

Basketball 1, Manager 3, 4; 

Football 1, Manager 4; 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; 

Baseball 4. 



Bee Bartlett 

''She has what it takes" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 3, 4 

Friendship Club 3, 4, 4 

G.A.C. 3, 4; Girl Reserves 1 

Red Cross 4; Senior Sisters 4 

Student Council 2; Whirlo Club 4. 








Nancy Bloss 

"Loyal to friends" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 3, 4; Girl Reserve 1; 
Senior Sisters 3. 4; Whirlo Club 3; 
National Honor Society 4; 
Senior Play. 



CORINNE BOWERSOX 

"Deeds nut wards are repaid" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 3; 
Business Manager 4; Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girl Reserve 1 ; Senior Play. 



Virginia Bowman 

'VI uniform thrills" 

Entered from Collinwood in 

junior year. 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 4. 



Don Bartlett 

"Known by his artistic ways" 

Entered in senior year from 

Houston, Texas. 

Annual Staff 4. 



Wallace Beerman 

"As cheerful eis the day is long" 

Hi-Y 3. 4; Wrestling 4. 



Alfred Bkrtiiold 

"Tell us about her, .1/" 

Class President 4; 

Ad Committee 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 

Junior Play; National Honor 

Society; Senior Play. 






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Evelyn Bozic 

'7-'//// of pep" 

Friendship Club 2. 
Whirlo Club 3. 4. 



Russell Brandt 

"He dreams of Jean ie ..." 

Breeze Stall 4; Football 1. 2, 3, 4; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Hockcv 3, 4. 



Ralph Branovic 

"Liked by all bis friends" 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



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Jack Bresnan 

"What can I do next?" 

Entered from Struthers in 
junior year. 



Eugene Brocone 

"Gene" 

Entered from East Tech in 
junior year 







Betty Clover 

''''Always there'" 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Red Cross 4, President 3; 
Service Club 4; Senior Sisters 4; 
Senior play. 



Mary Colberg 

"If Einstein knows, so does she" 

Entered from Villa Angela in 

junior year. 
Annual Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; G.A.C. 



Pat Bundy 

"Someone swell to have around" 

Class Vice-President 3; 

Ad Committee 3, 4; 

Annual Staff 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 

Vice-President 4; G.A.C. 2; 

G.L.C. 3, 4; Junior Play 4; 

Prom Committee 3; Senior 

Sisters 3, 4; Senior Play Manager. 



Barbara Burns 

"Bobby" 

Entered from Cathedral High 

in senior year. 

Friendship Club 4; 

Senior Sisters 4. 



Eva Calabrese 

"Merrily we roll along" 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 4; 
Breeze Staff 4; Annual Staff 4. 



Phyllis Clasen 

"One of our crowd" 

Annual Staff 4; 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 3, 4; 

Red Cross 2, Treasurer 3, 

Secretary 4; Senior Sisters 3, 4. 



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Bernard Coski 

" The good humor man" 

Choir 3, 4; Junior Play; 
Senior Play. 



Joyce Crandall 

"She came; we saw; we liked" 

Entered from Swanton in 

senior year. 
Band 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 4; Octet 4; 
Senior Sisters 4: Senior Choir 



Bill Crawford 

"A man of action" 

Baseball 2, 3, Captain 4; 
Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 4; 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



Harvey Davidson 

" What's the use of hurrying?" 

Entered from James Ford Rhodes 

in junior year. 
Basketball 3, 4; Football 4; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 



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Irving Diemer 

"Strike up the band!" 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; 
Prom Committee 3 ; Senior Play. 



Ray Dinsmore 

"Not a care in the world" 
Hi-Y 4; Breeze Staff 4. 



John Draconic 

"I'm not shouting!" 

National Forensic League 3, 4 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Co-Editor of Breeze 4 

Junior Play 

Ad Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 

Newcomer's Club 4; Senior Play. 



Carl Ely 

"Easy come — easy go" 

Annual Staff 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 

Hockey 4; Prom Committee 3; 

Senior Play. 



Ed Fischer 
'A regular 'guy' " 



Mary Lou Forester 

"You can depend on me" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 

G.A.C. 3, 4; Girl Reserves 1 

Red Cross 1. 4; Whirlo Club 4 

Dramatics 4 





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Ralph Foster 

"Friendly toward all" 

Entered in senior year from 
Brush high school. 



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Mary Frabotta 

"Happiness is her password" 

Annual Staff 4: 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 2, 3. 4; Red Cross 2. 



Joyce Frey 

"New and nice" 

Entered from Collinvvood in 

senior year. 
Breeze Staff 4; Choir 4; 
Friendship Club 4; G.A.C. 4. 



Marilyn Gardner 

" We strolled the halls together" 

Entered from Harvey High in 

Sophomore year. 
Annual Staff 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 3, 4; Junior Play- 
Senior Sisters 4. 



Carol Geddes 

"Personality plus!" 

Ad Committee 2, 3, 4; 

Annual Staff 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, President 4; 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3; 

G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Junior Play; 

National Honor Society 3, 4; 

Prom Chairman 3; 

Senior Sisters 3, 4; Service Club 3; 

Senior Play. 

Lucille Gersin 

"Music in her fingertips" 

Entered from Villa Angela in 

junior year. 
Ad Committee 4; Annual Staff 4; 
Choir 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; 
Senior Sisters 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 



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Jane Gibson 

"Never a dull moment''' 

Entered from West High in 

senior year. 

Friendship Club 4; G.A.C. 4; 

Senior Sister 4. 



Gertrude Gordon 

"Vim, vigor, and vitality" 

Choir 3, 4; Friendship Club 

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

G.L.C. 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves 1; 

Junior Play 3; 

Newcomer's Club 3; 

Service Club 4; 

Dramatics 4. 

Ruth Haberacker 

" What can't she do?" 

Ad Committee 2, 3, 4; 

Annual Staff 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Fencing Club 1 ; Friendship 

Club 2, 3, Social Chairman 4; 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; G.L.C. 2, 

Sec.-Treas. 3; President 4; 

Prom Committee 3; Senior 

Sisters 3, 4; Service Club 3; 

Student Council 1 ; 

National Honor Society. 



Ada Mae Hamilton 

"Actions speak louder than words" 

Entered from Canonsburg, Pa., 

in junior year. 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 

VVhirlo Club 3. 



Bob Hanley 

"God's gift to women . . ." 

Annual Staff 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Breeze Staff 4 ; 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain; 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Junior Play 3. 



Verna Harrison 

'Good things come in little packages" 

Annual Staff 4 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Senior Sisters 4; VVhirlo Club 3 







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Gerhard Hauser 

"Intelligence wins" 

Ad Committee 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3. 4; 
Student Council 1; Track 3, 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 



Bob Hawley 

"Tou make the baskets, we'll make the 
noise/" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 4; 
Choir 1,2; Hi-Y Vice-president 4. 



Gertrude Holfelder 

"John Hay's gift to Shore" 

Entered from John Hay in 

senior year. 
Friendship Club 4. 



Eugene Jacobson 

"But I can't give a speech/" 

Entered from Heights High in 

senior year. 
Breeze Staff 4; Hi-Y 4. 



Rosemary Janezic 

"Ready, willing, and able" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; 
Senior Sisters 4; VVhirlo Club 3; 
National Quill and Scroll 4. 



Barbara Janovac 

"Her cheerful smile will be remembered' 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Service Club 3, 4; G.L.C. 2, 3. 4; 
Senior Sisters. 3; President 4. 



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Bud Jones 

"A 'budding'' cartoonist" 

Annual Staff 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 4; 

Junior Play 3; Track 1 ; 

Student Council 1 ; 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 





Norma Longo 

" The sunshine of her smile'' 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Play; G.A.C. 4; 

Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Whirlo Club 3. 



Jack Julyan 

"A personality that cant be beat" 

Annual Staff 4; Football 1, 3, 4; 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Hockey 2; 

Junior Play; Track 1, 3, 4. 




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Carl Lorman 

"Ten O'clock Scholar" 

Entered from Latin in senior year. 



Ed Kalman 

"Nose for Service news'' 

Breeze Staff 4; 
Noon movies 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Lois Klotz 

"Small but sweet" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4 

Choir 3, 4; G.A.C. 4 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 

Girl Reserves 1 

Prom Committee 3; Senior Sisters 



Marie Kordic 

"Do I worry?" 

Annual Staff 4; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

G.A.C. 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; 

Whirlo Club 3, 4. 





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Joyce Lowrie 

"She's independent' 



Judy Mayer 

"It's nice to know someone like her" 
Class Treasurer 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
Prom Committee 3; Junior Play; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Senior Sisters 3, 4; Service 
Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3; 
Student Council 2, 3, 4; National 
Forensic League 4; Senior Play; 
Annual Staff 4; Red Cross 
Advisory Board 4. 



Bob McRae 

"With sticks he clicks" 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Breeze Staff 3; 
Choir 2, 3; Model Club 3; 
Orchestra 1,2. 



Anna Lehr 

"/l quiet girl with pleasant ways" 

Entered from Ebensburg Cambria 

High in junior year. 

Friendship Club 4; 

Whirlo Club 3, 4. 




Bill Medved 

"Studies do not worry him" 

Breeze Staff 1 ; Football 1 
Track 2. 



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Mary Melko 

"That winning way" 

Entered from Steubenville 
Central in junior year. 



Carl Merchant 

'If that's the way you want it . . ." 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Hockey 1, 2. 



Faith Michael 

"How sweetly she wears a crown'''' 

Entered from Mayfield in 

junior year. 

Choir 3, 4; Annual Staff 4; 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 

G.A.C. 3, 4; Dramatics. 



Clyde Middleton 

"Swing that sax!'" 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4 

Dance Band 2, 3, 4 

Junior play 3; Student Council 4 

Commencement Chairman 4 

Senior Play 4. 



John Moore 

"The strong, silent tybe" 

Entered from Salem in junior year. 
Basketball 3. 






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Phyllis Nash 

"The more you know her, the better 
you like her" 



Sally Nelson 

"There's a secret in her heart" 

Annual Staff 4; Choir 2; 

Friendship Club 2, 4; 

Inter-club Councilor 3; 

G.A.C. 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; 

Prom Committee 3; 

Red Cross 3, 4; Student Council 1 ; 

Whirlo 3; Dramatics. 



Marilyn Niebes 

"Pretty as a picture" 

Ad Committee 2; Annual Staff 4; 

Breeze Staff 3; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

Junior Play 3; 

National Quill and Scroll 3; 

Red Cross 3; 

Prom Committee 3; Senior Play 4; 

Fencing Club 1 ; Dramatics 4. 



Rita Otters 

"A sunny disposition" 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 4; Senior Sisters 4. 



Nick Percio 

". . . And Marilyn is her name" 

Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1 ; 
Football 1; Prom Committee 3; 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



Jim Myers 

'Everv Saturday night . . ." 

Dance Band 1, 2, 3; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Track 3. 





Dave Perry 

"A buddy to all" 

Entered from Latin in sophomore 

year. 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Junior Play 3. 



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Lillian Pozer 

"Knit one . . . purl two" 

Entered from Notre Dame in 
sophomore year. 
Annual Staff 4; Friendship 
Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.C. 3, 4 
Red Cross 4; Senior Sisters 3, 4 
Whirlo Club 3, 4 
National Quill and Scroll 



Jack Relyea 

1 man of few words is sometimes 
the best man" 

Entered from Van Cleveland in 

junior year. 

Hi-Y 3, 4; Wrestling 4. 



Jeanne Richards 

"She's got that pep and go" 

Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3 

President 4; G.L.C. 3, 4 

Senior Sisters 4; Whirlo Club 3. 



Shirley Ritter 

" With talent she can always win" 

Annual Staff 4; Choir 1; 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 

G.A.C. 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3, 4; 

Student Council 2; Senior Play; 

Prom Committee. 



Chester Rojeck 

".4 coach's delight" 

Class Vice-President 4 

Breeze Staff 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 

Football 1 , 2, 3, 4 

Hi-Y Treasurer 4. 



Dudley Rolla 

"You can't keep a good man down" 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 
Vice-President 4; Annual Staff 4. 










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Christina Rosa 

"Still water runs deep" 

Friendship Club 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3; 
Prom Committee 3; 
Whirlo Club 3, 4. 



Dorothy Samuel 
"Busy as a bee" 

Class Sec. 3; Annual Staff Editor 4; 
Band 2, 3, 4; Breeze Staff Feature 
Editor 4; Friendship Club 2; 
Service Chairman 3; Junior Play; 
Program Chairman 4; G.A.C. 3, 4; 
Service Club 3; Senior Play; 
Senior Sisters 3, 4; Whirlo Club 3 ; 
Nat. Honor Society 3, 4; Nat. For- 
ensic League 4; Nat. Quill, Scroll 4; 
Prom Com. 3; Commencement 4. 



Ray Sanders 

"For he's a jolly good fellow" 

Football 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. 



Harry Schutt 

"Sincerity triumphs" 

Class President 3; Annual Staff 4; 
Baseball 3; Freshman Baseball; 
Hockey 2; Hi-Y 3, 4; Junior Play; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Newcomer's Club 3, 4. 



Kate Seaman 

"Sweet and lovely" 

Entered from Shaw in senior year. 
Choir 4; Friendship Club 4; 
G.A.C. 4; Senior Sisters 4. 



Bill Shafer 

"Laugh and the world laughs with you' 

Annual Staff 4; Baseball 3, 4; 
Breeze Staff 3, 4; 
Freshman Basketball; 
Hi-Y 3, 4; Junior Play; 
Student Council 1 ; Senior Plav. 



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Bruce Sherman 

"One of the many friendly Shermans 
that invaded Shore" 

Band 1, 2, 3; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4 
Junior Play 3; Student Council 1 
Senior Play. 

Rae Sherrer 

"Golden voice" 

Annual Staff 4; Majorette 
1, 2, 3, 4; Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Friendship Club 2, 3, 4; 
G.L.C. 4; National Honor 
Society 3, Sec. 4; Red Cross 3 
Senior Sisters 4 
Student Council 3, Treas. 4 
National Quill and Scroll 
Whirlo Club 3. 



Betty Sill 

"With a mischievous smile" 

Annual Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 

Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4 

Friendship Club 2, 3, 4 

G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 4 

Movies 1 ; Whirlo Club 3, 4. 

Dorothy Slokar 

"You have taught us laughter" 

Student Council 3, Pres. 4 

Advisory Board 3, 4 

Annual Staff 4; Choir 4 

Friendship Club 3, 4 

G.A.C. 1, 2, : 

Vice-Pres. 4; G.L.C. 3,4 

Senior Sisters 3, 4; Service Club 3 

Newcomer's Club 4 ; Breeze Staff 4 

National Honor Society 4 



Tom Stanford 

'//i? doesnt say much, but . . ." 

Student Council 1 ; 
Junior Hi-Y 1. 



Irma Steck 

"Gracious in manner" 

Entered from John Hay in junior 

year. 
Student Council 4; Advisory 
Board 4; Annual Staff 4; Choir 4; 
G.A.C. 3, 4; Friendship Club 4; 
G.L.C. 4; Red Cross 3, 4; Senior 
Sisters 3, 4; Service Club Vice- 
Pres. 4; Whirlo Club 3, 4; 
National Quill and Scroll 4. 












Ruth Stevenson 
"The ''eyes'' have it!" 
Entered from Glenville in 

sophomore year. 
Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 3, 
News Editor 4; Choir 2, 3, 4; 
Dramatics 4; Friendship Club 3, 4; 
Red Cross 3, 4; Whirlo Club 3, 4; 
Service Club 4; 
National Quill and Scroll 4; 
G.A.C. 3, 4. 



Andrew Stewart 

"/ was just passing the car, and . . ." 

Entered from Mentor in junioi 

year. 
Football 4; Hi-Y 4. 



Don Stibich 

"Sailing, sailing . . ." 

Baseball Manager 3; 
Basketball Manager 3; 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



Glenn Stockhaus 

"What's the rush?" 

Band 1, 2; Choir 2, 3, 4. 



Bill Stopar 

"It's a high-fly ball . . ." 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 3, 4; 
Wrestling 3, 4; Senior Play 



Earnest Strahosky 

"Earnest in all he does" 

Baseball 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Breeze Staff 4; Football 
Assistant Manager 4; Hi-Y 3, 4' 
Track 3; Whirlo Club 3; 
Senior Play. 



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Bill Strauss 

"Grin and bear it" 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



Eleanor Szurszewski 

"A cute little miss''' 

Entered from Windber High in 

junior year. 

Friendship Club 4; 

Senior Sisters 4. 



Roger Votypka 

"A grand fellow" 
Camera Club 1 ; Whirlo Club 3. 




Leslie West 

"Carefree and careless" 

Entered from Concordia Military 

School in junior year. 
Hi-Y 3, 4. 



Ruth Wirts 

"Just call me 'Red' " 

Entered from East High in 

junior year. 
Friendship Club 4; G.A.C. 4; 
Senior Sisters 4. 



Rima Zevin 

" J 'ack-oj -all-trades" 

Entered from Heights, junior year. 
Annual Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Dramatics 4; Friendship 3, 4; 
G.A.C. 3, 4; G.L.C. 4; 
Junior Play; Prom Committee 3; 
Red Cross 3; Senior Sisters 4; 
Senior Play. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 




Phil Anderson 
President 






Art Nevar 
Vice-President 



Josephine Robich 
Secretary 



Ann Mattmueller 
Treasurer 






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Jack Odell 

President 



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Bob Bitzer 

Vice-President 





Tom Drach 

. Secretary 



Stanley Kollar 
Treasurer 




First Row: Lorraine Herman, Hartil Hahn, Virginia Baraga, Florence DeBenedictus, Virginia Sperl, Barbara 
Sankey, Ann Mattmueller, Joyce Lowrie, Ruby Nelson, Annette Syracuse, Rita Soeder, Janet Rae, Josephine 
Robich. Second Row: Betty Wagner, Evelyn Bozic, Pat Rapp, Roy Wright, Bill Hansen, Clyde Berndsen, 
Ray Dinsmore, Bob Bartlett, Charles Grossman, Jim Myers, Robert White, Betty Sumner, Audrey Browett, 
Patsy Hawks. Third Row: George Fessenmeyer, Arthur Nevar, Jerry Tarantino, Bill Grau, Dick Reeher, 
Tom Cox, John Dragonic, Julius Lebet, Wilbur Eggert, Frank Koracin, Brian Howald, Bernard Coski, Bob 
Ehlert. Absent: Wade Allen, Phil Anderson, Joan Conley, Gerry Hough, Gloria Kreig, Lois Vogelsang, 
Mary Wellington. 



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First Row: Gloria Raymond, June Kramer, Pat Sperl, June Winzer, Jean Glesk, Florence Starina, Stella Slokar, 
Angie Waterwash. Second Row: Henry Wagner, Bob Stroup, Kent Hooker, Margaret Ropes, Betty Votypka, 
Pat Teller, Bob Bitzer, Paul Stegkamper, Edward Saywell. Third Row: Jack Odell, James Boyle, Leroy 
Giampoli, Thomas Ramona, James McKee, Donald Lorman, William Wayles. Absent: Wanda Wojciehowski. 





First Row: Marian Hrabak, Dorothy Rojeck, Winnifred Fitzpatrick, Gail Fitzpatrick, Virginia Pettit, Annabelle 
Berg, Shirley Paul, Leola Henry. Second Row: Margaret Randell, Elfrieda Auer, Dorothy Burke, Eleanor 
Dowis, Jean Kelly, Dorothy Morgan, Frances Mattix, Patricia Lavo, Mary Lou Otters. Third Row: Fred Denz, 
Robert Easter, James Himes, Donald Brennan, Edward Sullivan, James Becht, Ralph Garrett, Herbert Strain. 
Fourth Row: Ronald Nickels, Matthew Braidech, Leonard Mora, Norman Kozan, Roger Loos, Walter Roberts. 
Absent: Andrew Bazso, Mary Clifford, Charles Fox, Stanley Kollar, James Ogilvie. 



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JUNIORS 




First Row: Josephine Gietano, Dorothy Read, June Carlgren, Joan Relyea, Jean Yambersich, Donna Morris, 
Aline Ettenger, Jetta Hansen, Ann Meder, Martha Stoner, Margaret Van Gilst, Pat Cole, Louise Pederson, 
Judy Wilkinson. Second Row: Bob Curry, Kenneth Emerick, Jerry Ackley, Kathleen Newton, Carol Anderson, 
Christine Loos, Jane Houle, Ruth Pierce, Barbara Stone, John Harrell, Larry Shebanek, James Ferro. Third 
Row: Al Greene, Charles George, Roger Kirschnick, Robert Snyder, Stanley Campbell, Al La Chance, Donald 
Schutt, Dick Lanese, Tom Drach, Joe Mailander, Robert Feighan, William Bubnis. Absent: George Beck, Arthur 
Connelly, Shirley McQuown. 






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First Row: June McGuigan, Virginia Smith, Beryl Murray, Donna Voelker, Dorothy Paleit, Phyllis Long, 
Helen Schuler. Second Row: Albert Ulle, Angelo Rosa, Martha Kinnamon, Audrey Jennison, Margaret Kozan, 
Victor Santon, Ronald Johnson, Miss Williams. Third Row: Clarence Matheke, Charles Miller, Donald Lewis, 
Ronald Nulick, Ronald Stobel, John Mavsar, Henry Rosnik. Absent: Ruthjenz, Nancy Johnson, Warren Levitt, 
Donald McLean, Jerry McVeen, Dorothy Rini, Dexter Rolla, James Sankey, Ronald Syde. 





First Row: Nancy Dilworth, Geraldine Fopeano, Bonnie Hill, Louise Ganner, Jean Henn, Sara Grau, Dolores 
Cergol, Olive Lindjay, June Binder, Nancy Fischer. Second Row: John Doganiero, Tony Guinta, Tony 
Cieriano, James Baglione, Edwin Colantonio, Doris Christopher, William Bethy, Jim Funk, John Stevenson, 
Tom Cornelison, Robert Homer. Third Row: Loren Dobosy, Robert Birch, Thomas Covert, Allen Baciak, 
Joseph Hughes Richard Nagode, James Craig. 



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First Row: Grace Brooks, Patricia Ditrich, Joanne Clark, Carol Burkhardt, Josephine Clark, Geraldine Bastick, 
Anne Frey, Gerry Duval, Natalie Bullard, Madelyn Bear. Second Row: Doris Duiker, Betty Boldin, Albert 
Brocone, Bob Bowins, James Ackley. Jay Dinsmore, Charles Ament, Patricia Bloss, Marge Myers. Third Row: 
Charles Felder, William Buerkel, William Brahms, Douglas Auckland, John Atkins, Earle Brandt, Lawrence 
Cawley, Harry Burdick. Absent: Phyllis Beall, Jack Crandall, Ralph Crandall, Irene Doremus, Arlene Orifice, 
Wilbur Everett. 





First Row: Gary Moning, Charmine Riehl, Marian Rapp, Jean McDowell, Anne Parisi, Marian Mora, Mar- 
garet Matyazic, Catherine Raglow, Ruth Oliver, Marilyn Odell, Joe Mayer. Second Row: Richard Rossington, 
Bertha Russell, Dorothy Royer, Joy Nesbitt, Evelyn Mesojedec, Alma Martin, Mary Runyan, Kathlene Moschell, 
Barbara Raney, Larry Molnar. Third Row: Ernest Melko, Richard Ridi la, Clifford Mathias, Stanley 
Mihelick, Creighton Mast, Jack Obert, Richard Martinet, Ray Moore, Len Holzheimer. Absent: Don Miller, 
Joan Palko, Carmen Ramona. 



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First Row: Ethel Langa, Joan Irons, Ann Godlar, Mary Kirchner, Jackie Larsen, Pat Langdon. Jill Julyan. 
Claribell Horner, Geraldine La Pointe, Charlotte Hudec, Joann Harter. Second Row: Donald Horn, Mary Lou 
Holzmer, Marjorie Intihar, Jane Lehr, Ruth Hunt, Patricia Kohanski, Alice Keyes, Barbara Lewis, Marge Lone;. 
Betty Kapudja, Helene Kozlowski, Sam Jones. Third Row: Robert Lux, Bill Koshko, Richard Kurzave, Earl 
Lewis, John Krauss, Tony Ljubi, Don Keyser, William Granger, James Heer, Randall Huffman, Charles Hill. 
Absent: John Gibson, Milan Jelenic, Henry Kamman, Lillian Korach. 





First Row: Marjorie Savers, Frline Sandman, Ruby Wyatt, Mary Shirk, Joan Weybrecht, Helen Vihtelic, 
Margaret Stewart, Esther Schlauch, Arlene Wilhelm, Ruth Wagner, Marjorie' Sternberg, Janet Wilk, Joseph 
Tarantino. Second Row: Bob Wright, Dave Wallace, Fraser Trench, Jerry Travers, Dolly Spangler, Marian 
Saso, Barbara Will, Janet Schulmeister, Vetus Syracuse, Paul Savage, Roger Wach. Third Row: James Santon, 
Albert Trivisonno, Robert Weir, Earl Shulson, James Weber, Richard Satava, Roger Wilson, Edward Soeder. 
Robert Shewell. Absent: Lois Southworth, Edward Stibich. 



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First Row: Margaret Stewart, Doris Radtke, Dolores Saywell, Shirley Weber, Joyce Sage, Beverly West, Elmer 
Matheke. Second Row: Robert Wright, David Walquist, Erline Sandman, Iva Thomas, Joanne Solon, Jane 
McKone, James Heer. Third Row: John Wessel, Thomas Campbell, Norman Mason, Robert Malin, Clyde 
Wilson, Ernest Slokar, Richard Mocny. Absent: Betty Dixon, Rosanne Kubicek, William Sumner, Juanita 
Starks, Howard Youngblood, James Santon, Vetus Syracuse, Ruth Wagner, Milan Jelenic. 




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First Row: Lawrence Gallop, Earl Brown, Fred Koerper, Harvey Grossman, Edward Kure, Henry Drechsler, 
Raleigh Hill, Milton Kidd, Jack Gilmore-, Ronald Jezerc, James Dostal, Adam Calabrese. Second Row: Edward 
Delis, Catherine Ferro, Elizabeth Christopher, Betty Coleman, Alice Draz, Betty Deutelbaum, Rosella Damato, 
Annette Davirro, Emely Koerper, Frieda Hauser, Shirley Brasch, Geraldine Cicirelli, Audrey Gallop, Zell 
Anderson. Richard Gricer. Absent: Frances Karaba, Sylvia Magnusson. 





First Row: William Abbott, Donald Anzells, Augustine Criado, Mike Farrante, Eugene Cole, David Aitken, 
Robert Colwill, Robert Brocone. Second Row: Ronald Baker, Anna Cek, Marcia Fleming, Jeanne Buettner, 
Byron Fondran, Rosemary Dirk, June Dunbar, Carol Chapman, John Boland. Third Row: Winifred Duiker, 
Ruth Brockman, Mercedes Howald, Patricia Hamel, Carol Greve, Dorothy Boswell, Mary Blodgett. Absent: Joy 
Clark, Roy George. 



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FRESHMEN 



First Row: Elaine Linstron, Frances McDowell, Marilyn Miller, Therese Molnar, Gloria Kustin, Sally Morris, 
Natalie Kenny, Nancy Niebes, Lois Martin. Second Row: Robert Muehl, Bernard Migchelbrink, Myron 
Mlachak, Marilyn Lewis, Joyce Manley, Patricia Leach, Frank Lanza, Allen Luikart, Don Loranger. Third 
Row: Ralph Jones, Joseph Kendro, Philip Neide, Stephen Janovac, William Mower, Fred McLean, Robert 
McQuown, William Lyon. Absent: Nick Marino. 





First Row: Sally Perry, Dolores Potokar, Joanne Rini, LaDonna Wise, Louise Yovanne, Margery Wright, 
Dorothy Skufca, Alice Sladek, Lois Roy, Catherine Von Hof, Evelyn Phillips. Second Row: Marilyn Peters, 
Donald Reed, Stanley Walker, Jack Rohrich, George Sherman, Virginia Shimroek, Jack Wenning, William 
Thompson, David Surtz, Frank Payne, Aldona Thomas. Third Row: Frank Stump, Robert Arthur Wright, 
Richard Wolford, Alfred Steffen, Albert Pettit, Bruce Teller, Bob Steele, James West, Wilbur Smith. Absent: 
Charles Russell, Margaret Thompson, Frances Yuronics. 



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First Row: Virginia Pederson, Dorothy Phillips, Beverly Schults, Michella Penosa, Ida McMahan, Colette 
Mora, Mary Ann Repasky, Shirley Soeder, Dorothy Wilk, Jane Moore, Peggy White, Winifred Patrick. Second 
Row: Eugene Pringle, Fred Macdiarmid, Josephine Remy, Louise Nobles, Janet Zook, Marie Santoria, Virginia 
Winters, Joan Merritt, Dorothy Stoff, Janet Siefried, Bill Uttley, Earl Tonkin. Third Row: Fred Ljubi, Eugene 
Santon, Robert St. John, Philip Stevko, Darko Pozar, Raymond Wawrzynick, Bob Walsh, Raymond Snyder, 
Lawrence Otters, Bernard Szurszewski, Frank Schultz, David Payne. Absent: Louis Mentler, James Starks. 





First Row: Phyllis Klotz, Betty Bainer, Carol Jenkins, Dolores Korosec, Pauline Enbase, Lou Davis, Doris 
Donelson, Suzanne Jones, Evelyn Andrews, Edith Berndsen, Phyllis Kreilach. Second Row: Dick Barrows, 
Robert Bertka, Virginia Cole, Hope Ganison, Josephine Kozan, Jean Gottfried, Dolores Brinz, Rose Justus, 
Betty Kalasky, Francis Cunningham, Frank Joranko. Third Row: Russell Coddington, Bob Kazcn, George 
Binder, Jerry Conway, Edward Brenner, Ray Breskvar, Robert Dell, Theodore Inda, Larry Brookman. Absent: 
Pat Aplis, Bill Bullas, Norman Chesbro, Teresa Clifford, Robert Cyrgalis, Richard Drew, Donald Ferrante, 
Ralph Gertz, Eugene Haubert, Lorene Kisthardt, William Krash. 



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NATIONAL QUILL AND SCROLL 




First Row: D. Slokar, D. Samuel, R. Sherrer, J. Richards, M. Niebes, L. Pozar. Second Row: I. Steck. B. 
Bartlett, M. Colberg, J. Frey, D. Hogan, R. Janezic. Third Row: Mr. Vaughn, D. Pergler, R. Dinsmore, 
H. Schutt, A. Enkler, B. Hansen, Mr. Angene. 



JIL HE HIGHEST HONOR awarded for journalistic work is admission 
into the National Quill and Scroll. The members are chosen for outstanding 
achievement on the Breeze or Annual Staff, and must be in the upper third 
of their class scholastically. They are selected by Mr. Angene, Annual 
advisor, and Mr. Vaughn, Breeze advisor, and then approved by the execu- 
tive secretary. 

The Shore chapter of the Quill and Scroll was founded in 1939. Member- 
ship in this organization can be a valuable asset for future work in the field 
of journalism. It is also a distinctive honor as the society is nationally known 
and accepted. 




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NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE 



JlLO BE ELIGIBLE for membership in the National Forensic League 
a student must be in the upper third of his class scholastically and must earn 
twenty points by public speaking or inter-scholastic debating. There are 
several fields in public speaking, including extemporary, oratory, and 
declamation. The members compete for additional points to obtain higher 
degrees. 

During the past year the members have participated in debates at Shaw 
and St. Ignatius and in a tournament which was held here at Shore. Many of 
the members of this organization entered the annually conducted Prince of 
Peace contest. 

OFFICERS 

President Bill Hansen 

Secretary Barbara Stone 




First Row: B. Lux, J. Mayer, D. Samuel, E. Auer,J. Gibson, B. Sumner, D. Pergler. Second Row: Mr. Baumer, 
J. Hansen, B. Stone, G. Sherman, B. Wright, R. Pierce, N. Fischer. Third Row: J. Wessel, B. Ehlert, J. Dragonic, 
J. West, B. Hansen. 




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OCIETY 




First Row: R. Haberacker, J. Gietano, D. Hogan, J. Wilkinson, J. Robich. Second Row: D. Samuel, J. Mayer, 
R. Sherrer, D. Slokar, D. Burke, B. Stone, B. Janovac, C. Geddes, J. Hendrickson, N. Bloss. J. Richards, Mr. 
Whiteside. Third Row: L. Gersin, B. Wilson, A. Enkler, J. Baglione, A. Berthold, J. Ferro, D. Pergler, H. Schutt, 
T. Drach, B. Hansen, M. Colberg. 

JlLO BE ELIGIBLE for membership in the National Honor Society, a 
student must be qualified in Scholarship, Leadership, Character, and Service 
The members are chosen from the upper third of the junior and senior classes 
each year. Election into this society is the highest honor a high school can 
award to the students. 

The initiation ceremony, under the guidance of Mr. Whiteside, was 
made even more impressive this year by the use of candles, another one being 
lit each time a new member was conducted to the stage by a page. The mem- 
bers remaining in this organization from the previous year participated in 

the ceremony. 

OFFICERS 

President Dorothy Hogan 

Secretary Rae Sherrer 




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TUBENT COUNCIL 



First Row: J. Mayer, L. Crockett, J. Glesk, J. Ferro, D. Newman, W. Wilson, D. Slokar, D. Korosec, G. Ray- 
mond. Second Row: D. Payne, C. Hill, I. Steck, J. Mayer, R. Jenz, R. Sherrer, J. Robich, L. Martin, E. Brown, 
D. Samuel. Third Row: D. Spangler, M. Ferranti, J. Baglione, D. Schutt, J. Funk, E. Schuler, M. Braideck, 
C. Middleton, R. Steele, A. Nevar, B. West. 





ADVISORY BOARD— First Row: J. Ferro, J. Robich, J. Mayer, R. Sherrer, D. Slokar, J. Glesk, D. Schutt. 
Second Row: C. Hill, D. Newman, R. Jenz, I. Steck, W. Wilson, E. Schuler. 



FIRST SEMESTER 

President Bill Wilson 

Vice-President Dorothy Slokar 

Secretary Dave Newman 

Treasurer Jim Ferro 



SECOND SEMESTER 

President Dorothy Slokar 

Secretary Joe Baglione 

Treasurer Jim Ferro 



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First Row: J. Relyea, B. Sumner, P. Hawks, A. Ettenger, J. Schulmeister, L. Pcderson, S. Grau, D. Read. R. 
Haberacker. Second Row: Mr. Spangler, H. Schuler, S. Slokar, J. Hendrickson, P. Bundy, L. Gersin, D. Hogan, 
C. Geddes, C. Loos. Third Row: G. Smeltz, A. Berthold, J. Baglione, D. Pergler, E. Schuler, A. Enkler, S.Jones, 
R. Wright, J. Doganiero. Fourth Row: D. Stibich, M. Braidich, C. Berndsen, J. Becht, W. Hansen, D. Newman, 
J. Dragonic. J. Weber, J. McKee, R. Ehlert, G. Hauser. 



JLHE MEMBERS of the Ad Committee might easily be called one of 
the most hard-working groups in the school. The people chosen to work 
on the committee must be dependable and responsible. They sell tickets 
for the home athletic events, usher at plays and other programs, and sell 
refreshments at home games if possible. Since the Ad Committee is for 
service to the school, and is not intended to benefit the members, their only 
social event during the year is the annual banquet. Mr. Spangler is the 
sponsor of this group, and is well pleased with the work accomplished this 
year. 




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SERVICE CLUB 



m_HE SERVICE CLUB was organized by Miss Campbell as an organiza- 
tion to do little services which seem to be needed around the school, and 
which are not performed by other organizations. 

They visited the Rosemary Home many times during the year and 
brought presents and cheer to the little children there. They ushered at 
music programs and other social events at Shore, gave gifts to the service 
men at the Brecksville Veterans' Hospital at Christmas time, and con- 
tributed to the Red Cross among many other services. 

This club was organized only last year but as it becomes larger and its 
helpful activities become more diversified, it will probably become a perma- 
nent organization. 

OFFICERS 

President Jo Gietano 

Vice-President Irma Steck 

Secretary Dorothy Rini 

Treasurer Gloria Raymond 



First Row: G. Perry, K. Ferro, L. Crockett, D. Lewis, J. Mayer, J. Gietano, Miss Campbell, J. Rini, G. Fordon, 
S. Nelson, D. Duiker, M. Mlakar, G. Raymond, J. Wilkinson. Second Row: J. Buettner, N. Kenny, S.Jones, 
L. Martin, R. Brockman, W. Fitzpatrick, G. Fitzpatrick, A. Auer, J. Glesk, P. Langdon, J. Schulmeister, C. 
Greve. Third Row: M. Kozan, J. Richards, A. Meder, D. Burke, K. Newton, S. Grau, D. Rini, N. Fischer, 
B. Raney, Z. Anderson, F. Hauser. Fourth Row: I. Steck, S. Slokar, D. Spangler, P. Teller, R. Pierce, D. Hogan, 
R. Jenz, F. Yuska. 




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First Row: R. Haberacker, R. Sherrer, R. Stevenson, R. Zevin, M. Niebes, M. Forestek, D. Slokar, D. Samuel. 
Second Row: D. Hogan, I. Steck, S. Ritter, P. Bundy, L. Gersin, M. Colberg, N. Bloss. Third Row: E. Schuler, 
B. McRae, D. Newman, B. Hawley, B. Jones, C. Ely, B. Hanley, Mr. Angene. 



JIlHE PUBLICATION of a yearbook requires much work on the part of 
each individual on the staff. The members must work together to meet dead- 
lines and spend much of their leisure time working on the publication. 

Each year the editorial staff strives to present a book superior to those 
in former years by experimenting with original ideas and attempting to make 
the copy interesting and concise, and the pictures representative of the school 
as a whole. 

The Annual Staff would like to thank Mr. Angene and Mr. Hinch for 
the kind assistance they have rendered to make this Annual a success. 

We hope our readers have enjoyed reading our publication. If they have 
any constructive criticism we think next year's staff would appreciate being 
''tipped off."" To them, also, we extend our best luck. 



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STAFF OFFICERS 

Editor Dorothy Samuel 

Associate Editor Judy Mayer 

Rewrite Assistant Ruth Stevenson 

Photography Editors Dot Slokar, Eddy Schuler 



LOG BUSINESS STAFF 



111 IRELESSLY haunting the offices of plant and store managers, and 
using high-pressure salesmanship on reluctant Shore-ites, the Annual busi- 
ness staff has surpassed the totals of last year's staff through advertising and 
subscriptions. Their totals for the year set a new record for future Annual 
staffs to equal. 

Their job required much traveling around after school hours to secure 
the advertising promise and many more trips to complete the transaction. 

An expression of thanks is addressed to Miss Phypers who has been a 
great help and able sponsor. 

STAFF OFFICERS 

Advertising Manager Harry Schutt 

Subscription Manager Bob White 



First Row: M. Gardner, L. Klotz, L. Crockett, M. Frabotta, E. Calabrese, P. Clasen, M. Mlakar, J. Gibson, 

B. Bartlett. Second Row: Miss Phypers, J. Frey, D. Redfern, B. Prior, B. Abramovic, M. Kordic, J. Hendrickson, 

C. Bowersox, L. Pozar, L. Tegel. Third Row: H. Schutt, J. Richards, R. Brandt, R. Janezic, P. Anderson, 
N. Percio, J. Worthington, F. Glodenis, D. Rolla, J. Crandall, N. Birch, B. Shafer, B. White. 




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First Row: L. Klotz, M. Frabotta, E. Calabrese, D. Slokar, M. Forestek, D. Paleit, J. Glesk, F. Glodenis. 
Second Row: B. Abromovic, C. Bowersox, J. Winzer, N. Bloss, R. Janezic, B. Bartlett,' S. Grau. D. Rini, N. 
Fischer, D. Redfern. Third Row: B. Shafer, B. Zook, D. Krivoy, D. Pcrgler, A. Enkler, R. Tiber, E. Jacobson, 
Mr. Vaughn. 



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BREEZE STAFF 



First Row: L. Pozer, R. Stevenson, R. Zevin, F. Starina, N. Birch, P. Clasen, D. Lewis, J. Richards. Second 
Row: E. Schuler, E. Kalman, D. Samuel, J. Frey, J. Crandall, D. Hogan, J. Hendrickson, D. Newman, D. 
Krivoy. Third Row: B. Jones, C. Rojeck, B. Zook, D. Pergler, B. Shafer, R. Brandt, B. Hawley, B. Hanley, 
Mr. Vaughn. 




ShLs A NEWSPAPER IMPROVES, the number of subscribers increases. 
This case is well represented at Shore, for the Breeze is more than ever 
popular with the students and the alumni in the Armed Forces. The record 
subscription figure for the year was 1278 students. 

The staff has added several new features to the Breeze during the last 
year including "Letters to the Editor 1 ' and "This Week", a calendar of 
coming events. This is the first year that the paper has had a military and 
managing editor. A new sparkle was added by the publishing of clever, 
timely poetry. 

This year it was learned that the 1943-1944 Breeze received the Ail- 
American award from the National Scholastic Press Association. 



FIRST SEMESTER 

Editor-in-Chief Dick Pergler 

News Editor Ruth Stevenson 

Sports Editor Bob Hawley 

Feature Editor Dorothy Samuel 



SECOND SEMESTER 

Co-Editors John Draconic, Bill Hansen 

Co-News Editors .Ruth Stevenson, Jeanne Richards 

Sports Editor Bob Hawley 

Feature Editor Dorothy Samuel 



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First Row: R. Oliver, R. Wawrzyniak, H. Drechsler, M. Saso, E. Koerper, A. Jennison, J. Stranahan, D. Duiker, 
J. Kelly, D. Samuel, J. Crandall, V. Smith, I. Diemer. C. Middleton. Second Row: Mr. Harper, R. Sherrer, J. 
McGuigan, B. Lewis, J. Travers, J. Mayer, R. Mocny, J. Rohrich, M. Kozan, K. Newton, A. Steffen, F. Koerper, 
D. Read, P. Kreilach. Third Row: D. Rossington, L. Dobosy, L. Gallop, J. Atkins, J. Wenning, L. Vogelsang. 
M. Kinnamon, R. Pierce, A. Luikart, D. Reed, K. Crandall. Fourth Row: B. McRae, H. Wagner, J. Craig, 
P. Cawley. 




First Row: D. Spangler, R. Brockman, J. Clark, K. Moschell. Second Row: A. Luikart, R. Pierce, J. Wenning, 
J. Rohrich, J. Kelly, J. Stranahan, Mr. Harper. 



ORCHESTRA 



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First Row: B. Sill, L. Nobles, L. Gersin, G. Gordon, L. Klotz, M. Gardner, M. Hrabak, R. Jenz, C. Anderson, 
P. Langdon, B. Raney, M. Odell, M. Rapp, S. Paul, P. Bundy, D. Donelon. Second Row: Mr. Beck, I. Steck, 
F. Michael, J. Richards, S. Grau, A. Mattmueller, P. Sperl, C. Geddes, B. Stone, A. Ettenger, S. McGuown, C. 
Loos, F. Glodenis, J. Frey, C. Bowersox, J. Hendrickson, M. Stoner, V. Winters, J. Zook. Third Row: G. Hyde, 
K. Seaman, R. Sherrer, D. Morgan, D. Slokar, J. Mayer, C. Riehl, J. Wilk, R. Haberacker, J. Wilkinson, D. 
Read, P. Rapp, W. Fitzpatrick, J. Clark, A. Meder, J. Carlgren, D. Morris, W. Patrick, Fourth Row: J. Weber, 
B. Hansen, M. Braidech, R. Garrett, G. Stockhaus, S. Campbell, B. Coski, E. Tonkin, P. Stegkamper, A. Greene, 
D. Ridella, J. Boyle, D. Lanese, D. Schutt, T. Drach, J. Ferro, J. Dragonic, S. Kolar. 




First Row: D. Saywell, A. Gallop, J. Solon, S. Weber, K. Ferro, D. Korosic, H. Ganson, M. Penosa, B. Schultz, 
N. Kenny, J. Rini, R. Brockman, M. Fleming, J. Merrit, J. Kozan, J. McGuigan. Second Row: K. Moschell, 
L. Martin, J. Crandall, J. Sage, S. Morris, J. McDowell, M. Sternburg, M. Lewis, M. Wright, M. Long, P. Leach, 
M. Howell, G. Kustin, S. Magnusson, J. Manley, W. Duiker, L. Roy, W. Shimrock, F. Hauser, N. Fischer, Mr. 
Beck. Third Row: M. Thompson, M. Blodget, E. Sandman, L. Davis, A. Frey, G. Duval, N. Bullard, A. Wil- 
helm, L. Yovannone, M. Peters, P. Klotz, L. Kisthardt, L. Kovach, M. Stewart, M. Kirchner, B. Coleman, A. 
Thomas, S. Brasch, B. West, G. Cicirelli, Z. Anderson. Fourth Row: L. Lanese, J. Doganiero, W. Keefe, S. 
Walker, B. Wright, V. Syracuse, P. Hill, J. West, G. Arnt, F. Stump, E. Brown, R.Jones, F. Lanza. 



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JUNIOR PLAY CAST 




First Row: C. Grossman, D. Morris, J. Harrell, D. Schutt. D. Read, R. Kirschnick, B. Hansen, A. Greene. 
Second Row: A. LaChance, C. Anderson, K. Hooker, E. Auer, T. Drach, V. Baraga, J. Dragonie, A. Matt- 
mueller, S. Campbell. 



"JUNIOR MISS 1 ' 
By Chodorov and Fields 

CAST OF CHARACTERS 



Harry Graves Stanley Campbell 

Joe Charles Grossman 

Grace Brooks Anne Mattmueller 

Hilda Virginia Baraga 

Lois Graves Carol Anderson 

Judy Graves Dorothy Read 

Fuffy Adams Elfrieda Auer 

J. B. Curtis John Draconic 

Ellen Curtis Donna Morris 

Henry 



Merrell Feurback Tom Drach 

Barlow Adams James Ogilvie 

Haskell Cummings Donald Schutt 

Willis Reynolds John Harrell 

Sterling Brown Kent Hooker 

Albert Kunady Bill Hansen 

Western Union Boy Al Greene 

Tommy Artuckle Roger Kirschnick 

Charles Alva LaChance 

Bernard Coski 



C3 UNIOR MISS," directed by Mr. Lester Angene, played to one of the largest audiences 
Shore has ever seen. The three-act comedy was given on two successive evenings by a cast 
of 1 9 juniors. 

The story of "Junior Miss" concerns the Graves family of New York. Judy, the youngest 
daughter succeeds in getting in and out of trouble, playing cupid, and going to her first 
dress-up party. 



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JUNIOR PRODUCTION STAFF 




First Row: L. Angene (sponsor), C. Loos, B. Stone, P. Hawks, D. Burke, B. Howard. Second Row: J. McKee, 
H. Hahn, A. Ettenger, B. Sumner, A. Browett, J. Odell. 



PERSONNEL OF PRODUCTION STAFF 



Stage setting . 



. .Mr. Ford L. Case 

Paul Barclay 

Earnest Strahosky 



Art Mr. Alexander Waselkov 

Don Bartlett 
Book Holder Barbara Stone 



Publicity Christine Loos 

Tickets Pat Hawks 

Aline Ettenger 



Reservati 



.Betty Sumner 
Hartel Hahn 



Stage Managers Dorothy Burke 

Jack Odell 

Properties Audrey Browett 

Judith Wilkinson 

Costumes Ann Meder 



Lighting . 



Mr. Arthur Bones 
Brian Howald 

Miss Pera Campbell 
Shore Service Club 



Direction Mr. Lester Angene 



Ushering . 



ITH THE HELP of Mr. Ford L. Case, the production staff worked very hard to help 
make "Junior Miss" a play that will be long remembered. The audience seldom realizes 
all the time and effort that is required behind the scenes as well as on the stage to produce 
a successful play. 



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PLAY CAST 




First Row: C. Geddcs, R. Zevin, B. Shafer, M. Niebes, D. Samuel, C. Bowersox. Second Row: Mr. Baumer, 
I. Diemer, B. Sherman, C. Middleton, J. Dragonic, B. Hansen, B. Coski. 



"OUT OF THE FRYING PAN" 

By Francis Swarm 



CAST OF CHARACTERS 



Air. Kenny Bill Hansen 

Norman Reese Bill Shafer 

Dottie Coburn Marilyn Niebes 

Tony Dennison Irving Diemer 

Marge Benson Dorothy Samuel 

Mr. Coburn John Dragonic 



George Bodell Bernard Coski 

Kate Ault Rima Zevin 

Muriel Foster Carol Geddes 

Mrs. Garnet Corinne Bowersox 

1st Policeman Clyde Middleton 

2nd Policeman Dudley Rolla 



^LANDER the direction of Mr. Baumer the seniors presented the play "Out of the Frying 
Pan". The story of six young, ambitious actors was told in three uproarious acts. Complica- 
tions set in when the young people tried to gain the attention of the eccentric producer who 
lived in the apartment below them. 

The production was given on Friday and Saturday evenings April 27 and 28. 

Bruce Sherman, one of the original cast, was unable to appear because he was called 
into the Marines before the play was given. Dudley Rolla stepped in and ably took his place. 



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SENIOR PRODUCTION STAFF 



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" : ■ ■ 

ufri. : 

First Row: P. Bundy, D. Slokar, E. Bozic, R. Haberacker, R. Stevenson, I. Steck, S. Nelson, S. Ritter, B. Sill. 
Second Row: L. Pozar, N. Bloss, J. Lowrie, B. Clover, A. Browett, J. Conly, J. Frey, J. Mayer, A. Berthold. 
Third Row: G. Gordon, J. Gibson, B. Janovac, A. Mattmueller, M. L. Forestek, B. Bartlett, J. Baglione. 



PERSONNEL OF PRODUCTION STAFF 



Manager . . 
Bnokholders . 

Tickets . . . . 



Pat Bundy 



Poster Committee . 



Publicity . 



. . Barbara Janovac 

Anne Mattmueller 

Faith Michael 

Betty Clover 

Lillian Pozar 

Dot Slokar 

Bee Bartlett 

Ruth Haberacker 

Gerhard Hauser 

Evelyn Bozic 

Joyce Lowrie 

Ruth Wirts 



Ruth Stevenson 

Irma Steck 

Jack Julyan 

Bob Hanley 



Stage Managers . 



Nancy Bloss 

Al Berthold 
Marilyn Gardner 



Art. 



Scenery . 



Costumes . 



Bud Jones 

Shirley Ritter 

Sally Nelson 

Bob McRae 

. Mary Lou Forestak 
Don Bartlett 

Joe Baglione 

Brian Howald 

Earnest Strahosky 

Paul Barclay 



Judy Mayer 
Betty Sill 



Properties . 



Audrey Browett 

Gertrude Gordon 

Joyce Frey 

Joyce Crandall 

Joan Conley 

Direction Mr. Merle Baumer 



.ANY seniors cooperated whole-heartedly to make their play "Out of the Frying Pan" 
an outstanding success. The publicity department is to be commended for the fine advertising 
that the production was given. The staff wishes to thank Mr. Case for his invaluable aid. 



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FRIENDSHIP CLUB 



PurpoAe 




First Row: M. Frabotta, L. Klotz, M. Gardner, E. Szurszewski, V. Harrison, D. Slokar, J. Robich, R. Haber- 
acker, C. Geddes, P. Bundy, D. Samuel, J. Mayer, E. Bozic, C. Rosa, L. Crockett, V. Bowman. Second Row: N. 
Longo, J. Gibson, M. Mlakar, E. Calabrese, W. McVeen, D. Lewis, J. Richards, F. Michael, R. Sherrer, S. 
Nelson, G. Gordon, L. Pozar, M. L. Forestek, A. Hamilton, A. Lehr. Third Row: M. Niebes, R. Zevin, M. 
Melko, P. Clasen, R. Wirts, S. Ritter, B. Clover, I. Steck, J. Frey, N. Birch, B. Bartlett, N. Bloss, C. Bowersox, 
J. Semple. Fourth Row: R. Janezic, J. Hendrickson, P. Anderson, D. Hogan, J. Candall, B. Janovac, L. Gersin, 
M. Colberg, B. Sill, B. Abromovic, M. Kordic. 



OFFICERS 

President Carol Geddes 

Vice-President Pat Bundy 

Secretary Jo Robich 

Treasurer Dot Slokar 

Program Chairman Dorothy Samuel 

Social Chairman Ruth Haberacker 

Service Chairman Judith Mayer 



.NY GIRL in the 10th, 1 1th, and 12th grades is eligible for membership in the Friendship 
club which is a branch of the Y. W. C. A. The purpose of the club is "to find and give the 
best", and the motto is "to face life squarely". 

Each year the Friendship club co-operates with the Hi-Y in sponsoring the Christmas 
formal. In the spring the girls give a Spring formal and a box social, supervised by Miss 
Smith, sponsor of the club. 



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Uo 3ind and Qive the JSedt 



JUNIOR 

First Row: J. Wilkinson, J. Gietano, A. Ettenger, P. Hawks, V. Pettet, J. Carlgren, M. Hrabak, P. Cole, B. 
Sumner, P. Rapp, D. Read, E. Wagner, M. Clifford, G. Raymond. Second Row: E. Auer, J. Conly, J. desk, 
F. DeBenedictus, A. Browett, D. Morris, C. Loos, W. Fitzpatrick, G. Fitzpatrick, H. Hahn, M. Wellington, 
A. Berg, V. Baraga. Third Row: K. Newton, S. McQuown, A. Meder, B. Stone, D. Burke, C. Anderson, L. 
Herman, B. Votypka, P. Lavo, M. Stoner, S. Slokar, P. Teller, R. Pierce. 





SOPHOMORE 

First Row: N. Bullard, A. Martin, M. Matyazic, E. Langa, M. Sternberg, E. Slaush, R. Wyatt, H. Vidtelic, 
J. Weybrecht, M. Rapp, J. Clark, J. Wilk, C. Riehl, M. Sayers, G. Brooks, M. Holzmer, J. Julyan. Second Row: 
A. Wilhelm, C. Hudic, P. Dietrich, B. Murray, B. Lewis, D. Duiker, R. Oliver, M. Kozan, A. Raglowe, A. Keyes, 
M. Stewart, L. Kovach, M. Kirchner, P. Langdon, J. Schulmeister, J. Palko, M. Odell. Third Row: M. Kinna- 
mon, D. Voelker, D. Paleit, A.Jennison, D. Christopher, N. Dilworth, V. Smith, J. Binder, R. Jenz, B. Will, B. 
Raney, E. Mesojedec, M. Saso. 



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HI-Y 



Clean Sportd <=*> Clean Speech 



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CHAPTER 1 

First Row: N. Percio, R. Nickels, J. Relyea, A. Berthold, R. Curry, H. Schutt, C. Grossman, R. White, J. 
Meyers. Second Row: J. Hough, J. DeBenedictus, J. McKee, E. Fisher, P. Barclay, B. Howald, E. Saywell, C. 
Berndsen, W. Allen. Third Row: A. Nevar, W. Crawford, R. Hawley, E. Strahosky, S. Kollar, J. Julyan, G. 
Hauser, J. Mailander, B. Bitzer. 



IIP J ACH YEAR new members are chosen into the Hi-Y according to their 
scholarship, leadership, and character rating by the old members. In order 
to take care of all the members, the club has been divided into three chapters, 
each having its own officers who are subordinate to the main officers. The 
Hi-Y is a chapter of the Y.M.C.A. and is sponsored by Mr. Schwegler. During 
the past year, the Hi-Y has brought both the Honor Roll Plaque and the 
Service Flag up to date, made and put up the Service Men's Bulletin board, 
helped the Red Cross in making kits for service men, and co-operated with 
the Friendship club in giving the annual Christmas formal. 



1st SEMESTER 

President Dick Kraince 

Vice-President Dudley Rolla 

Secretary Alan Enkler 

Treasurer Bill Wilson 



2nd SEMESTER 

President Dudley Rolla 

Vice-President Bob Hawley 

Secretary Joe Baglione 

Treasurer Bill Crawford 



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Clean Scholarship M Clean driving. 



HI-Y 



CHAPTER II 

First Row: E. Schuler, W. Shafer, T. Cox, W. Wilson, C. Rojeck, C. Ely, R. Pergler, R. Sanders, H. Davidson. 
Second Row: G. Smeltz, M. Braidech, K. Emerick, D. Stibich, D. Newman, P. Steghamper, J. Harrell, J. 
Boyle. Third Row: C. Merchant, J. Dragonic, W. Beerman, G. Fessenmeyer, L. West, J. Bresnan, A. LaChance, 
T. Drach, D. Schutt, R. Dinsmore. 




CHAPTER III 

First Row: A. Enkler, D. Rolla, R. Brandt, R. Hanley, F. Celezic, D. Perry, B. Sherman, R.Jones, Mr. Schweg- 
ler. Second Row: A. Greene, J. Baglione, P. Anderson, E. Sullivan, R. Kirschnick, L. Giampoli, W. Stopar, B. 
Strauss, K. Hooker, R. Lanese, B. Bubnis, W. Grau, J. Himes, R. Fehan, J. Tarrantino, R. Zook, J. Becht, L. 
Shebanek, N. Kozan, J. Lebet, R. Branovic, J. Ferro. 



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First Row: C. Mora, S. Soeder, L. Kisthardt, R. Wyatt, J. Weybrecht, B. Abramavic, M. Kordic, H. Vihtelic, 
B. Schultz, M. Penosa, C. Rosa, M. Repasky. Second Row: M. Sartorio, E. Slaub, A. Godlar, J. Clark, L. 
Pederson, I. Steck, J. Glesk, H. Calabrese, M. Frabotto, S. Nelson, A. Keyes, B. Lewis, M. Mora. Third Row: 
H. Gansen, A. Draz, J. Kozan, L. Tegel, S. Ritter, B. Clover, G. Hyde, B. Prior, G. Fopeano, H. Schuler, D. 
Christopher, A. Jennison, O. Lindsay. Fourth Row: D. Korosec, H. Kozloski, N. Longo, M. Wellington. 





First Row: M. Burns, J. Mayer, J. Glesk, L. Pederson, M. Howald. Second Row: J. Relyea, R.Jenz, I. Steck, 
J. Hendrickson, A. Nevar. 

OFFICERS 

President Betty Abramavic 

Secretary-Treasurer Marie Kordic 



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SENIOR SISTERS 



First Row: J. Mayer, D. Samuel, E. Szurszewski, V. Harrison, B. Janovac, K. Perry, J. Hendrickson, Miss 
Pierson, L. Klotz, M. Gardner. Second Row: C. Geddes, N. Bloss, D. Slokar, J. Richards, A. Lehr, L. Pozar, 
L. Tegel, J. Gibson, M. Mlakar, J. Robich, S. Nelson, B. Wagner. Third Row: R. Sherrer, G. Hyde, B. Bartlett, 
J. Conly, A. Mattmueller, F. Janezic, I. Steck, J. Frey, P. Bundy. Fourth Row: F. Glodenis, R. Wirts, P. Clasen, 
R. Otters, K. Seaman, L. Gersin, M. Colberg, J. Crandall. 





First Row: Miss Aingworth, N. Kenney, D. Paleit, E. Auer, M. Wellington, M. Sternberg, D. Slokar. Second 
Row: A. Enkler, D. Spangler, R. Steele, A. Draz, R. Jezerc. 



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WAR ACTIVITIES 




War Activities Committee pictured above: First Row: Miss Patrick, Mr. Vaccariello, Miss Williams. Second 
Row: Dolores Fondran, Mr. Buerger, Miss Pierson. 



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HE WAR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE under the competent leadership 
of Mr. Vaccariello sponsored the bond and war stamp sales at Shore this year. 
Proof that they have done their job well lies in the fact that all the bond drives 
have been over-subscribed. As a result of purchases at Shore, the student body 
has obtained two training planes, a landing barge, a flying jeep, and several 
bazookas for the armed forces. Because over 90% of the students made war 
stamp purchases, the school was presented with a Minuteman flag. If 90% or 
more of the students continue to buy stamps during the monthly drives, the 
flag may be flown that month. Paul Lucas is pictured above as he appeared at 
a bond rally at Shore. He stopped here while on a bond tour for the 6th War 
Loan drive. 




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WALT SCHWEGLER 

Once again our fine coach, Walt Schwegler, 
has turned out a commendable football team. 
"Walt''' is the type of coach for whom the boys 
enjoy working hard. He is always ready and 
willing to give his boys any extra pointers when 
help is needed. We may say that Walt Schweg- 
ler is not only a good football coach, but is 
also a good friend. 



PAUL BARCLAY 

Paul took over the managership of the team 
this year and there wasn't a boy on the squad 
who didn't like him. He was very efficient and 
lost no equipment during the entire season. 
Paul will graduate this June and next year's 
manager will have much to live up to. In appre- 
ciation of his work he was presented a letter 
and gold football with the rest of the team. 



SEASON'S RECORD 



Shore 12 

Shore 12 

Shore 

Shore 52 

Shore 39 

Shore 20 

Shore 6 



Bedford 19 

Orange 

Garfield 14 

Mayfield 6 

Maple Heights ... 1 9 

Central 13 

Brush 6 



Total Shore 



142 



Opponents 77 



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FOOTBALL 



First Row: T. Guinta, C. Wilson, D. Rolla, B. Birch, R. Wach, L. Brockman, K. Emerick, J. Sankey, D. 
McLean, C. Ament, J. Ackley, B. Steele, J. Stevenson, C. Merchant, B. Mower. Second Row: D. Reeher, C. 
George, B. Jones, K. Daniels, C. Miller, G. Beck, R. Brandt, A. Stewart, P. Anderson, C. Mast, D. Tercek, R. 
Sanders, C. Hill. Third Row: E. Sullivan, D. Kraince, H. Davidson, B. Hawley, B. Crawford, J. Lebet, B. Han- 
ley, F. Celizic, T. Cox, B. Sherman, C. Rojeck, J. Julyan. Fourth Row: Walt Schwegler, P. Steghamper, J. 
Ferro, D. Lewis, S. Mihelick, B. Curry, N. Kozan, J. Obert, S. Kollar, B. Easter, W. Levitt, D. Lanese, B. Grau, 
H. Strain, J. Mayer. 






CAPTAIN BOB HANLEY 

Senior 



DICK KRAINCE 

Senior 



FULLBACK 



LEFT HALF 



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DUDLEY ROLLA 

Senior 
CENTER 



FRANK CELIZIC 

Senior 

LEFT TACKLE 




JACK JULYAN 

Senior 

LEFT GUARD 



BILL CRAWFORD 

Senior 
QUARTERBACK 



^Sj 'Ask 




CHESTER ROJECK 

Senior 

LEFT END 



EDWARD SULLIVAN 

Junior 

RIGHT GUARD 



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JULIUS LEBET 

Junior 

RIGHT TACKLE 



HARVEY DAVIDSON 

Senior 
RIGHT END 




TOM COX 

Senior 

RIGHT TACKLE 



CREIGHTON MAST 

Sophomore 
CENTER 




RUSS BRANDT 

Senior 

CENTER 



DICK LANESE 

Junior 

RIGHT HALF 





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DOUGLAS TERCEK 

Senior 

RIGHT HALF 



BOB HAVVLEY 

Senior 
LEFT HALF 



BUD JONES 

Senior 

FULLBACK 



BRUCE SHERMAN 
Senior 

RIGHT END 




KEN DANIELS 

Senior 

RIGHT HALF 



ERNIE STRAHOSKY 

Senior 
ASSISTANT MANAGER 



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BASKETBALL 





FORD CASE 

Rated as one of the best basketball coaches 
in the district, once more Mr. Case produced 
a great team. His patience and coaching abil- 
ity brought the Admirals the best record in the 
district this year. In the coming years we can 
count on Mr. Case to develop teams that will 
rate with the best in Ohio. 



PAUL BARCLAY 

Paul proved such a good manager for the 
football team that he won the job for the bas- 
ketball team. He kept up his good record too, 
and lost no equipment during the entire 
season. His job is one that is not in the lime- 
light and it is the boys on the team who appre- 
ciate his efforts most. 



SEASON'S RECORD 



Shore 88 

Shore 52 

Shore 30 

Shore 63 

Shore 45 

Shore 51 

Shore 58 

Shore 36 

Shore 45 

Shore 68 

Shore 38 

Shore 66 

Shore 39 

Shore 60 



Wickliffe 22 

Kirtland 15 

Willoughby 29 

Mentor 19 

Ashtabula 37 

Berea 37 

Maple Heights. .19 

University 32 

Central 26 

Brush 24 

Bedford 45 

Orange 40 

Garfield 37 

Mayfield 26 



Shore . 



TOURNAMENT 

31 Ashtabula 32 



Total Shore. . .770 



Opponents . . .440 



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Co-Captain 

BOB HAWLEY 

Senior 

RIGHT FORWARD 



BUD JONES 

Senior 

LEFT FORWARD 



Co-Captain 

BOB HANLEY 

Senior 
CENTER 



CHESTER ROJECK 

Senior 

RIGHT GUARD 



BILL CRAWFORD 

Senior 

LEFT GUARD 



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HARVEY DAVIDSON 

Senior 

RIGHT FORWARD 



ART NEVAR 

Senior 
LEFT FORWARD 



DON McLEAN 

Junior 

CENTER 



ERNIE STRAHOSKY 

Senior 

RIGHT GUARD 



JACK OBERT 

Sophomore 
LEFT GUARD 




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BASKETBALL 



Seated: D. Harrell, P. Barclay. Standing: A. Nevar, J. Odell, D. McLean, E. Strahosky, J. Obert, Mr. Case, 
B. Hanley, C. Rojeck, B. Jones, B. Crawford, B. Hawley. 





First Row: Mr. Case, A. La Chance, L. Giampoli, E. Sullivan, S. Kollar, B. Sherman, J. Tarrantino, D. 
Lanes, K. Hooker, W. Levitt, D. Harrell. Second Row: C. Hill, D. Rolla, B. Birch, R. Huffman, S. Mihelick, 
J. Stevenson, J. Mayer, C. Ament. 



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BASKETBALL 



The thrill of a tense moment is recaptured in this picture taken at the Shore-Ashtabula tournament game. Bob 
Hanley missed this last foul shot, giving the final lead to Ashtabula 32-31. Left to Right: Shoreites B. Hanley, 
B. Hawley, B. Crawford. 





Every eye on the ball. Another picture from an exciting game when Shore trounced Orange 66-40. Left to 
Right: C. Rojeck, Shore; J. Pierce, Orange; B. Crawford, Shore; B. Jones, Shore; H. Tedick, Orange; H. 
Snitch, Orange. 



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WRESTLING 




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First Row: R. Sanders, E. Schuler, B. Stopar, B. Wach, A. Ulle. Second Row: R. Votypka, W. Beerman, C. 
Mast, A. Enkler, G. Smeltz, D. Reeher, H. Strain, D. McLean, Mr. Swackhammer. Third Row: I. Macdiarmid, 
J. Harrell, B. Malen, H. Wagner, R. Branovic, B. Bethy, T. Cipriano, J. Dinsmore, D. Horn, J. Doganiero. 
Absent: D. Kraince, K. Daniels, A. Stewart, E. Colantonio, J. Relyea, B. Curry. 



Jli HE MIGHTY Shore matsmen once again turned out a commendable 
wrestling squad. Suffering the great loss of city-champion Dick Kraince, 
also Ken Daniels, Ed Schuler, Alan Enkler, and Glen Smeltz at mid-year, 
the team still came through with an enviable record. Al Ulle won second 
place in the city tournament and Ray Sanders took third place. The 
grapplers triumphed in four meets, tied one and were defeated in five. 



SEASON'S RECORD 



Shore 25 

Shore 19 

Shore 21 

Shore 16 

Shore 25 

Shore 25 

Shore 13 

Shore 5 

Shore 

Shore 10 

Shore 1 59 



John Marshall ... 22 

Lakewood 17 

Rhoades 19 

Garfield 22 

John Adams 13 

West 25 

Collinwood 29 

Shaker 28 

West Tech 36 

University 25 

Opponents . . .236 



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First Row: B. Bitzer, R. Malian, Mr. Swackhammer. Second Row: R. Sanders, J. Weber, J. Julyan, R. Wright, 
H. Davidson, W. Grau, J. Odell, J. Ferro, G. Hauser, C. Mast. Absent: D. Wilcox, B. Frissell, B. Grossman. 



JIL HE ADMIRAL'S cindermen ended the 1944 track season as one of 
the best teams in the conference. They finished third, Brush and Orange 
taking first and second places respectively. Leading the team were Doug 
Tercek and Ray Sanders who were both distance men and leading scorers. 
Harvey Davidson and Jack Julyan, both hurdlers, also ranked high. Doing 
a commendable job were Kollar, Obert, Weinke, Read, Theuer, Vihtehc, 
and Schuler. 



SEASON'S RECORD 



Shore 71 Y2 

Shore M X A 

Shore 57 

Shore 32H 

Shore 98 

Shore 3063^ 



Central 7034 

Bedford 18, Brush .8234 

Bedford 61 

Orange 85/4 

Mayfield 20 



Opponents 



337}^ 



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JOHN POHTO 

Coach John Pohto again led the Shore dia- 
mond stars to victory. It was largely due to his 
fine coaching and understanding that the nine 
won the conference championship. He was 
ever ready to offer criticism and help, and was 
well liked by all the boys. 



PAUL BARCLAY 

We have often heard of a three -sport man, 
but it is very unusual to find a student man- 
ager who is so efficient that he is chosen to 
manage all three major sports. Paul is just 
that sort of person. His work is always done 
quickly and well. 



SEASON'S RECORD 



Shore 16 

Shore 2 

Shore 6 

Shore 10 

Shore 5 

Shore 8 

Shore 16 

Shore 10 

Shore 8 

Shore 4 

Shore 9 

Shore 3 

Shore 1 

Shore 1 

Shore 4 

Shore 9 



Perry 6 

John Hay 

Collinwood 1 

Central 4 

Garfield 6 

Perry 1(1 

Brush 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Central 2 

Mayfield 

Mayfield 

Shaw 

Lincoln 3 

Cleveland Heights 7 

Brush 



Total Shore 



Opponents .... 39 



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First Row: P. Steghampcr, B. Stopar, B. Shafer, K. Hooker, B. Birch, D. Rolla, A. Ulle. Second Row: D. 
Stibich, D. Lanese, J. Funk, B. Feighan, H. Schutt, C. Rojeck, B. Crawford, Mr. Pohto. Third Row: J. McKee, 
W. Levitt, D. McLean, T. Cox, J. Obert, B. Hawley. 




^JIlHE SHORE ADMIRALS had one of their most successful baseball 
seasons in 1944. Winning twelve games and losing only four the Admirals 
won the Eastern Conference title and were runners-up for the district title. 
They lost to Lincoln in a crucial game. Russ Wilk, Shore's star right hander 
was one of the finest pitchers in recent years to play for Shore. He compiled 
a record of eight wins against two losses including one no-hit game. The squad 
was undefeated in Conference play, being victorious in eight straight games. 
This record is one which will be hard to equal by the teams of coming years. 
Much credit goes to Coach John Pohto whose patience with the boys made 
many a fine ball player. 




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* 




CARL MERCHANT 

Senior 

RIGHT FIELDER 



BOB HAWLEY 

Senior 
PITCHER 



BILL CRAWFORD 
Senior 

SHORT-STOP 



BILL STOPAR 

Senior 

CATCHER 



CHES ROJECK 

Senior 
SECOND BASEMAN 



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RONNIE STROBEL 

Junior 
THIRD BASE 



DICK LANESE 

Junior 
CENTER FIELDER 



JACK OBERT 

Sophomore 
FIRST BASE 



AL ULLE 

Junior 
LEFT FIELDER 



MR. JOHN POHTO 
COACH 




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Carol Anderson, Donna Morris, Anne Meder, Ruth Jenz, Virginia Baraga, Al Greene. 



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Cheerleaders: D. Morris, A. Meder, R. Jenz, V. Baraga, C. Anderson. First Row: D. Read, P. Hawks, H. 
Hahn, M. Wellington, P. Langdon, M. Kinnamon, R. Wyatt, S. Ritter, J. Richards, F. Michael, R. Zevin. R. 
Haberacker. Second Row: J. Binder, M. Niebes, O. Lindsey, P. Lavo, B. Raney, B. Will, V. Smith, P. Long, 
D. Cergol, M. Kozan, D. Paleit, B. Murray. 



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First Row: J. Gietano, M. Gardner, R. Haberacker, J. Wilkinson. Second Row: R. Sherrer, H. Hahn, P. 
Hawks, P. Rapp, B. Sumner. Third Row: D. Slokar, D. Morris, A. Ettenger, R. Zevin, J. Schulmeister, G. 
Gordon, S. Nelson, A. Meder. Fourth Row: V. Baraga, C. Anderson, R. Jenz, D. Rini, P. Long, I. Steck, C. 
Geddes, C. Loos, B. Raney, N. Fischer, Miss Gill. Fifth Row: J. Richards, J. Hendrickson, D. Hogan, P. Bundy, 
P. Clasen, S. Slokar, B. Janovac, B. Abramovic, B. Stone. 



vVjIL LIMITED number of girls are elected into the Girls' Leaders club from 
the sophomore, junior and senior classes each year. Those chosen must not 
only be active athletically, but must also rank high in scholastic standing, 
dependability, leadership, initiative, and cooperation. The girls learn to 
referee every kind of intramural sport in which they participate under the 
guidance of Miss Gill, the sponsor of this club. They practice after school and 
during their spare time until they are skilled and proficient in these games. 
Their capable leadership makes them efficient aids to Miss Gill in the gym 
classes. 




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SALLY NELSON 



PHYLLIS CLASEN 



BETTY ABRAMOVIC 



RUTH HABERACKER 



IRMA STECK 



RIMA ZEVIN 



GERTRUDE GORDON 



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BARBARA JANOVAC 



CAROL GEDDES 



JEANNE RICHARDS 



DOT SLOKAR 



MARILYN GARDNER 



PAT BUNDY 



RAE SHERRER 




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GIRLS* ATHLETIC CLUB 



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SENIOR 

First Row: J. Frey, E. Calabrese, M. Frabotto, D. Samuel, S. Nelson, G. Gordon, D. Lewis, L. Crockett, M. 
Gardner, V. Bowman, C Rosa, R. Haberacker, V. Harrison. Second Row: R. Sherrer, F. Michael, R. Zevin, 
M. Niebes, M. Forestek, L. Pozar, N. Longo, L. Tegel, J. Gibson, M. Mlakar, D. Slokar, J. Richards, Miss Gill. 
Third Row: R. Janezic, C. Geddes, C. Bowersox, N. Bloss, I. Steck, S. Ritter, B. Bartlett, P. Clasen, D. Hogan, 
J. Semple, N. Birch, D. Redfern. Fourth Row: J. Hendrickson, P. Anderson, B. Prior, K. Perry, B. Abramovic, 
M. Kordic, B. Janovac, M. Colberg, F. Yuska, J. Worthington. 




JUNIOR 
First Row: J. Gietano, J. Wilkinson, M. Clifford, H. Hahn, B. Sumner, A. Ettenger, P. Hawks, A. Berg, J. Carl- 
gren, J. Relyea, P. Rapp, D. Read, B. Wagner, G. Raymond. Second Row: V. Pettet, M. Hrabak, P. Cole, G. 
Fitzpatrick, W. Fitzpatrick, D. Morris, M. Wellington, A. Browett, L. Herman, V. Sperl, M. Randall, E. Auer. 
Third Row: L. Pederson, F. DeBenedictus, J. Kramer, M. Stoner, R. Nelson, J. Conly, J. Glesk, A. Meder, D. 
Burke, B. Stone, V. Baraga. Fourth Row: S. Slokar, S. McQuown, C. Loos, K. Newton, A. Mattmueller, J. 
Rae, R. Soeder, P. Lavo, C. Anderson, A. Syracuse, P. Teller, R. Pierce, B. Votypka. 

OFFICERS 

President Jeanne Richards 

Vice-President Dot Slokar 

Secretary-Treasurer Carol Anderson 



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Sportsman 



GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB 



SOPHOMORE 

First Row: J. Palko, H. Kozloshko, A. Raglon, P. Kohanski, A. Keyes, M. Stewart, B. Lewis, J. Wilk, M. Sayers, 
M. Rapp, J. Clark, P. Ditrich, J. Weybrecht, R. Wyatt, G. Brooks, D. Paleit. Second Row: A. Wilhelm, K. 
Moschell, N. Dilworth, J. Binder, B. Raney, B. Will, P. Langdon, J. Schulmeister, J. Julyan, M. Odell, D. 
Christopher, B. Murray, S. Grau, M. Kozan, M. Kinnamon, A. Jennison. Third Row: A. Martin, M. Stewart, 
E. Langa, J. Lehr, J. LaPointe, E. Mesojedec, B. Kapudja, M. Intihar, J. Harder, P. Bloss, B. Boland, D. Duiker, 
R. Oliver, N. Bullard, G. Duval. Fourth Row: M. Saso, D. Spangler, D. Royer, M. Runyan, R. Jenz, N. Fischer, 
V. Smith, D. Cergol, D. Rini, P. Long, H. Schuler, O. Lindsay. 




FRESHMEN 
First Row: P. Kreilach, J. Rini, D. Potocar, K. Ferro, S. Perry, M. Rapasky, B. Bainer, T. Clifford, T. Molnar, 
K. VonHof, M. Miller, L. Yovanne, D. Phillips, E. Berndsen, M. Thompson. Second Row: M. Lewis, D. Skurta, 
C.Jenkins, S. Morris, A. Draz, V. Cole, L. Nobles, J. Zook, A. Gladeck, M. Peters, P. White, G. Kustin, D. Wilk, 
L. Kisthardt, D. Saywell, S. Magneson. Third Row: W. Duiker, M. Satarro, J. Merritt, M. Blogett, L. Martin, 
S.Jones, N. Kenny, N. Niebes, J. Buettner, P. Hamel, J. Moore, D. Donelon, L. Roy, C. Chapman, E. Andrews, 
M. Fleming. Fourth Row: J. Kozan, A. Gallop, B. West, J. Sage, B. Dodelbaum, J. Solon, S. Weber, S. Brasch, 
F. Hauser, Z. Anderson, C. Greve, W. Patrick, J. Manley, M. Howald, R. Brockman, J. Sceifried. 



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First Row: J. Clark, A. Godlar, M. K. Von Hof, M. Hrabak, R. Wyatt, B. Prior, A. Berthold, G. Hyde, H. 
Vihtelic, J. Weybrecht, B. Wright, D. Lewis, L. Crockett, G. Rosa. Second Row: J. Clark, J. Lowrie, A. Wil- 
helm, M. Stewart, G. Fopeano, L. Southworth, J. Hendrickson, L. Pozar, P. Lavo, B. Murray, D. Christopher. 
O. Lindsay, J. Glesk, M. Mlakar, L. Vogelsang, L. Tegel. Third Row: I. Steck, Z. Anderson, A. Chapman, J. 
Semple, N. Birch, H. Youngblood, D. Kurzava, C. Greve, P. Hamel, W. Patrick, B. West, J. Moore, D. Wilk, 
Miss Patrick. Fourth Row: J. Stranahan, R. Branovic, A. Stewart, D. Newman, S. Ritter, F. Yuska, M. Kordic. 
B. Abramovic, R. Soeder, J. Rae, P. Hill. 



'ILtfOING into its second year of existance at Shore, this club promises to 
have a bright future. Sponsored by Miss Patrick, it has a membership of 
fifty-five. Special rates at roller rinks and parties are given for the members 
and each new member is always initiated into the club at a skating party. 
The members earn points by going skating and after a certain required num- 
ber is obtained they are presented their letters. 



FIRST SEMESTER 

President Blanche Prior 

Vice-President Al Berthold 

Secretary- Treasurer Lois Crockett 

SECOND SEMESTER 

President Al Berthold 

Vice-President Ruby Wyatt 

Secretary-Treasurer Pat Hamel 



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CLICKED 




REMEMBER? 



September 6 
20 
21 

22 



27 
28 

29 

October 2 

5 
6 

13 

IS 
19 

20 

27 
28 

November 2 
3 

23 

December 1 
2 
6 

7 

8 

9 

24 

29 

January 1 

2 

5 
11 



School starts today after a day of rest from Labor Day. 

Friendship Club had its first meeting today. 

Our first assembly, a welcome to new Shoreites and an enthusiastic pep 
session was held today. Log staff was chosen and work gotten under way. 

We were greatly disappointed when Bedford beat us in our first football 
game by one touchdown. Better luck next time. Student Council had 
a Kick-Off Dance. 

Everybody bought war stamps so that they could go to assembly tomorrow. 

George Baily, the mental -magician astounded us all with his feat of mem- 
ory, not to mention his magic tricks. 

We all rooted enthusiastically for our team at Orange where we were 
the victors, 12 to 0. 

Today we had a War Bond assembly at which the Seniors proudly sat in 

the front-center seats for the first time. 
The traditional candlelight Friendship recognition service was tonight. 
Gorman Booster made his appearance at the Garfield game, but didn't 

bring us any luck; we lost 14-0. 
A wonderful game with Mayfield in which everybody on the bench got 

to play and we won 53-6. 
Everybody enjoyed finding her "treasure" at the Friendship Club treasure 

hunt today. 
We surpassed the War Bond Goal of SI 2,000 with which we bought a 

landing barge. 
A lively assembly with Miss Aingworth's and Vac's homerooms winning 

the honors marked the end of War Chest campaign. Everyone was broke 

after it. We arc getting on the beam as we beat Maple Heights 39-19. 
Hooray. No school today because of N.E.O.T.A. Tonight we had an 

enthusiastic and comparatively peaceful rally for the game tomorrow. 
SHORE-CENTRAL GAME. We won as usual, 20-13. Faith Michael 

graced the Football dance as queen. 

Senior sisters met their Freshmen "sisters" at a party. 

The final football game of the season ended in a 6-6 tie with Brush. Gala 

night was indeed gala and we certainly got our money's worth. 
Everybody gorged on turkey; it's Thanksgiving. We have a day off to 

recuperate from yesterday. 

The girls dragged their fellows to the Dogpatch Shindig tonight. 

In our first basketball game we walloped Wickcliffe 88-22. 

Football and Baseball awards were given in assembly. We beat Kirtland 

in a practice game. 
Shore wrestlers scored their second victory as they beat Lakewood. 
Avery thrilling game was witnessed tonight as we slid past Willoughby 30-29. 
Tonight we scored an easy victory, 63-19, over Mentor. 
The Christmas Formal was a bang-up start for Christmas vacation. 
We beat Ashtabula. 

Happy New Year, Everybody. 

School opened again, but you wouldn't know it for the absences. Most 

other suburban schools stayed closed because of the snow. 
Does your hair look different lately? 
Today we lost the wrestling match to Garfield. 



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REMEMBER? 



January 12 

15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
23 
26 
29 
30 

February 5 

6 
9 

16 

20 

9? 



March 



10 

12 
14 
16 

22 
23 



We beat Maple Heights in basketball 58-19. 

A beautiful National Honor Society initiation. 

Little work was done in school as group pictures were taken today. 

"Senior Day' 1 lor the graduating class. 

Senior assembly was the best for a long time. 

Beat Central as usual, 48-26. 

Oh, Happy Day??- -Exams and Commencement. 

A dull basketball game beating Brush 68-24. 

There is a "Brown-out" downtown to conserve fuel because of the shortage. 

Girls started taking gym in the old gym for the first time. 

No school today to conserve coal and we lost our first basketball game 

after 10 straight to Bedford. 
Zoological assembly of animals. 
All the girls got out their drool cups for Lon McAllister, who was in 

assembly today. 
We beat Orange by a big score. 
University beat us in the wrestling match. 
Students will remember Washington for one thing at least — no school on 

his birthday. 

The tournament started tonight with a couple of exciting games. 

We played our first game and lost to Ashtabula by one point. 

We had an assembly with talks on "The Future of Aviation" which were 

transcribed and will be played over the radio. 
Some of we Seniors exercised our brains taking a scholarship test at John 

Hay while the rest of the school enjoyed themselves at a matinee dance. 
Every one was surprised and delighted when Ashtabula beat Heights to 

win the tournament. 
A soldier from Crile talked to us about his experiences with the Red Cross. 
A sad day — report cards againi 

Another assembly. Sam Campbell, the naturalist, showed us colored movies. 
Judge Connell inspired us in an Easter Assembly. 
The basket ball dance was held with Carol Geddes as queen and now 

we're off for a whole week's vacation. 



April 12 The choir sang beautifully at choir-night. 

13 Everybody enjoyed themselves at the Box Social. 

16 We had something a little different in assembly. Mr. Bowser talked and 
showed a movie on mountain climbing. 
27-28 The long awaited Senior play, "Out of the Frying Pan" was a big success. 

May 1 Everyone played their favorite sport at "Play Night". 

4 Soft light, dreamy music, dancing figures — that was the Spring Formal. 

Betty Sumner was chosen May Queen. 
18 Music filled the air at the Spring Music Festival tonight. 

The Seniors let their hair down in the Senior Assembly. 
25 The climax of the year was reached at the Junior-Senior Prom. 

June 3 Today we had an impressive Baccalaureate Service. 

4 Everybody had a rip-roaring time at the Senior Banquet. 

6 The culmination of our high school days came at graduation. 



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FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE 


JUNIOR 


SENIOR 


LATENESS 


"Doors open 
at 8:00" 


"Better 
hurry" 


"One minute 
to go" 


"I know 
the room" 


HOMEWORK 


"Can'tgoout; 
gotta study" 


"Same old 
grind" 


"I have a 
new method" 


"Can't study; 
gotta go out" 


ASSEMBLY 


"I can't see" 


"So that's 
what they do 
in Assembly" 


"Next year 
I'll have a 
senior seat" 


"Nice way 
to get out 
of a class" 


CUTTING 


"What do 
you cut?" 


"But what 
will the 
teachersay?" 


"She didn't 
seem to like 
it last time" 


"Look at 
all the 
time I 
wasted" 


DEAN'S 
OFFICE 


"Can you 
direct me?" 


"So that's 
where it is" 


"Oh, yes— 
I've often 
been there" 


"Home 
sweet 
Home" 


EXAMS 


"What are 
they?" 


"What— 
again?" 


"Better 
cram" 


"Oh- 
Fll pass" 



The oAnnual Staff 

wishes to express its appreciation for the 

support given by advertisers and 

boosters 



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LOYAL SHOREITES 
boost our advertisers 
who through the years 
have boosted SHORE 



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Joe Baglione 
Betty Clover 
Al Berthold 
Eugene Jacobson 
Jeanne Richards 
Dot Samuel 
Paul Barclay 
Ralph Branovic 
Marilyn Gardner 
Judy Mayer 
Dick Pergler 
Alan Enkler 
Bill Wilson 
Ed Schuler 



Mr. and Mrs. Clover 

Cpl. and Mrs. Eugene Tickert 

Mrs. Frances Arko 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Struna 

Mr. Neil Smith 

Mrs. Mary Sokoch 

La Salle Bakery 

Nottingham Hardware 

Dr. Anthony F. Vichiek 

Mrs. Mary Dodic 

Mr. and Mrs. John Matyazic 

Mr. and Mrs. Matt Smith 

Mrs. Mary Mezgec 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nevar 



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Qreeting,* and Qood XVidned 



TO THE 



Class oi 1945 




FROM YOUR CITY OFFICIALS 



Mayor Kenneth J. Simms 
Solicitor Paul H. Torbet 
Treasurer H. R. Clark 
Auditor W. A. Abbott 

Louis R. Wess, President of Council 
Frank Bubsey, Councilman ist 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 
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. Hess, Transportation Superintendent 
C. R. Woodmansee, Building Inspector 
Wm. H. Berte, Deputy Auditor 
R. Harry Koppich, Justice of Peace 
Alexander Apple, Justice of Peace 
George Schafer, Constable 
W. Harry Stoneman, Constable 



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Good Luck and 

Success to 

SHORE 



COURTESY OF 



Weatherhead Company 



THE LAKE SHORE MACHINE CO. 

HIGH-GRADE MACHINING AND 

SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 

© 

D. R. O'CONNELL, 
President and Manager 

1340 East 222nd St. Euclid, Ohio 



Compliments 
cf 

THE GEOMETRIC STAMPING 
COMPANY 

1111 East 200th Street 
EUCLID, OHIO 






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•OPTICAL SPECIALTIES 

• ZENITH 

RADIONIC HEARING AIDS 



HABERACKER Optical Co. 



MAIN STORE 

2022 East 9th Street 

MA. 2430 



LAKEWOOD BRANCH 

15101 Detroit Avenue 

AC. 2727 



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literature, current and past, into the hands of the great 
masses who are America. 

The WORLD Publishing Company 

B. D. ZEVIN, Executive Vice President 

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SHORE SCHOOL 

PARENT - TEACHER 

ASSOCIATION 


C. N. DAVIS 
FUNERAL HOME 

18915 Nottingham Road 

• 

41 Years of Service to 
Nottingham and Euclid 


Congratulations to 
The Graduating Class of 1945 

• 
WILDWOOD FLORAL 

20020 Lake Shore Boulevard 
IV. 3215 


Compliments of 

GIRLS' LEADERS CLUB 

and 

GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB 

of 

EUCLID SHORE 



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Oi4/i UJiAsk /t& you: 






May your life be full 


of joy and 




good fortune. 






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Draw up a long range plan for 




your future and stick to 


your guns. 




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Hold tight to the high 


ideals you 




have formed during yo 


ur years in 




school. The world can 


use all the 




good you can give to 


it . . . 




nDDRESSOCRnPH-mUTICRHPH [ORPORRTIOR 


1200 Babbitt Road 


Cleveland 


17, Ohio 



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The 
Odell Construction Co. 



Sewer, Water and 
Drainage Construction 



K. K. ODELL, Contractor 
EUCLID, OHIO 



SOLON DRUG STORE 
Prescriptions 

• 

22076 Lake Shore Boulevard 

Euclid, Ohio 

IV. 0704 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 1945 



Courtesy 



ZAGAR TOOL, INC. 



SMITH'S RESTAURANT and BARBECUE, INC. 



'Good Food is Good Health" 



LUNCHEONS 



DINNERS 



.Accommodations for Private Parties 



22305 LAKE SHORE BOULEVARD KE. 2792 

John Vidrick John Poison 



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CURTIS K6AL TRMISPORT COfllPAnV 

East 54th and Cleveland Shoreway 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



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Compliments 
of 

The 
Cleveland Wire Works 

1331 CHARDON ROAD 
EUCLID 17, OHIO 



The 

EUCLID ELECTRIC 

and Manufacturing Co. 

• 

Designers and Manufacturers of 
Industrial Control Equipment 



Compliments of 

THE 
CONTINENTAL PRODUCTS CO. 

Euclid, Ohio 
'PAINT MANUFACTURERS" 



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. 

EUCLID offers interesting opportunities for graduates in their 
home community. 

THE EUCLID ROAD MACHINERY COMPANY 
1361 Chardon Road, Euclid, Ohio 



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kJPRING'S when you want to look 
your loveliest and one of our new coats 
or suits will give you the flattery you 
cherish. Every nip and tuck has been 
taken with never-failing care to insure 
perfect fit, lasting beauty, greater satis- 
faction. Printzess and James Roxton 
coats and suits are sold exclusively at 

(She Stalle $ros. (Jfo. 

THE PRINTZ-BIEDERMAN COMPANY 

Printzess Square • Cleveland, Ohio 
Makers of Printzess and James Roxton Coats and Suits 




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BILL'S CLOTHES 


Compliments of 


Everything for Men and 


THE EUCLID 


Young Men 


CRANE & HOIST CO. 


Two Stores: 


EUCLID, OHIO 


618 East 185th Street 


m 


St. Clair Avenue at East 152nd Street 




ST. CLAIR COAL & SUPPLY CO. 


Manufacturers of 


Building Material and Coal 


Electric and Hand Power Overhead 


• 


and Traveling Cranes, Electric Hoists 




and Trolleys, Miscellaneous Hoisting 


20300 St. Clair Avenue 


and Conveying Machinery 


KE. 6000 Cleveland, Ohio 


Compliments of 


WILLOUGHBY 


SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS CO. 


* 


124 Vine Street 


WILLOUGHBY, OHIO 



104 



FRIENDSHIP CLUB 



OF THE 



Y.W.C.A. 



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Compliments of 

CHANDLER PRODUCTS 
CORP. 

© 

7497 Chardon Road 


THE NOTTINGHAM DRUG CO. 
Expert Prescription Service 

• 

East 187th Street and St. Clair Avenue 

Cleveland, Ohio 

KE. 0066 


Compliments 
of 

JOHN D REN IK 


Compliments of 

PETER PAN DRESS SHOPPES 

12434 St. Clair Ave. - - GL 3103 
15115 St. Clair Ave. - - GL 2074 
705 East 185th St. - - - KE 7362 


Compliments of 

THE 

BRECKENRIDGE 

MACHINE 

CO. 

• 


THE PARAGON PRESS 

Commercial and Job Printers 

Orville Lemley, Mgr. 

• 

17648 Lake Shore Boulevard 
KE. 0940 Cleveland, Ohio 



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Congratulations ! 



Shore High Graduates 



FROM 



THE PRRKER flPPLIBlHE [OmPMIV 



Engineers 



/ TH€ P^ R ^ ■€ R 




-APPH - ANC€ CO. \ 

i - ^ Manufacturers 



17325 EUCLID AVENUE 



CLEVELAND, OHIO 



107 



FLOYD B. STEIN, INC. 

"Our Coal Makes Warm Friends" 

Babbitt Road at Nickel Plate 

EUCLID, OHIO 


Compliments of 

THE 

TAYLOR and BOGGIS 

FOUNDRY CO. 

• 

Manufacturers of 

Light Grey Iron Castings 

1261 Babbitt Road Euclid, Ohio 


Compliments of 

GLOBOKAR'S SERVICE 
STATION 

1076 East 185th Street 
KE. 9796 


Compliments 
of 

The Millwood Mfg. Co. 

21700 St. Clair Avenue 
EUCLID, OHIO 

• 


Congratulations 

SMITH'S DELICATESSEN 

21932 Lake Shore Boulevard 
EUCLID, OHIO 


WOLKOV JEWELERS 

For the Finest in Quality Jewelry 

* 

6428 St. Clair Ave. 707 E. 185th St. 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



108 



Compliments of 


THOMPSON AIRCRAFT 


PRODUCTS CO. 


EUCLID, OHIO 


• 



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SIMENS DRY GOODS 

694 East 200th Street 
"WE DO HEMSTICHING" 


LUCILLE HAT SHOP 

Hats - Bags - Costume Jewelry 

* 

We Specialize in Model Hats 
Matching Colors 

• 

22064 Lake Shore Boulevard 
Cleveland, Ohio 

Mrs. Lucille Murphy 
Mrs. Velma Bosworth 


Compliments 
of 

NOTTINGHAM 

DRY CLEANING 

Cleveland, Ohio 


When Thirsty 

"C" CHARLEY 

"The Beverage Man" 

For Anything and Everything 
in Beverages 

677 E. 185th Street KE. 4530 


NOTTINGHAM DEPT. STORE 

Shoes and Furnishings 
for the Entire Family 

UNION MADE 

18607 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 


Compliments of 

EDWARD'S FOOD STORE 
Groceries and Meats 

John Mavsar, Proprietor 


Compliments of 
LAKELAND DELICATESSEN 

23421 Lakeland Boulevard 
IV. 9561 



110 



GOOD 



NEIGHBORS 



and 



A Friendly Place to Work . . . 








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Manufacturers of AEROLS, the shock- 
absorbing units of an airplane's landing 
gear. 

Our Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Plant 
makes — 

CLECO Pneumatic Tools and Appliances 

CLEVELAND Rock Drills 

CLE - AIR Shock Absorbers for Motor 
Vehicles 



(levelmid pnEumnm herol inc 



20001 EUCLID AVENUE 
EUCLID, OHIO 



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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1945 

from 

KOZAN'S TAVERN 

23721 Lakeland Boulevard 


Compliments 
of 

HEALEVS SOHIO SERVICE 


TUCKER'S SHOES 

For Style, For Fit, For Quality 

X-RAY FITTED 

686 East 185th Street 


BRAWN'S 

Confectionery and Dairy Store 

' Ice Cream - Sodas - Sundaes 
High Grade Candies and Pastries 

22078 Lake Shore Blvd. KE. 1033 


FRANK BRICEL GARAGE 

General Auto Repairing 

Reface Valves and Armatures 
Battery Service 

951 Babbitt Road Euclid, Ohio 


HAROLD FURNITURE CO. j 

708 East 185th Street 

• 

Eagle Stamps Budget Terms 


GORNICKS 

STORES FOR MEN 

715 E. 185th Street 6217 St. Clair 
KE. 7640 HE. 2395 

Men's Furnishings - Hats 
Dress Suit Rental 


Compliments of 

LAKELAND TAVERN 

23931 Lakeland Boulevard 

Jennie Kavchnik 
Proprietor 



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PHOTOGRAPHERS 


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• 






OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS 




FOR SHORE ANNUAL 




1945 






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HASE 



CONGRATULATIONS 



to the claAi o/ "45 



yy 



TO SOME OF YOU WE SHALL BE A GOOD 

N EIG HBOR 



TO OTHERS WE SHALL BE A GOOD 

EM PLOYER 



TO ALL WE SHALL BE A GOOD 

FRIEND 



CHASE BRASS & COPPER COMPANY 



INCORPORATED 

Subsidiary of Kennecott Copper Corporation 



1155 BABBITT BOAB 



CLEVELAND. OHIO 



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