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PRESENTED BY 



THE SENIOR CLASS 
OF 1946 



Retrospect 

The time has come for us to leave Shore, and with it the mem- 
jries of the most exciting and happy days of our lives. Here, we 
have formed friendships which will endure throughout the vears. 
We have acquired a foundation for the achievements of our dreams. 

Now, we are preparing for the work of the future but we can't 
help reminiscing, recalling the incidents that made up our school 
days : The terror of assembly appearances .... the thrill of the 
choir at Christmas .... the gossip at lockers .... the joy at our 
team's victory, the intense sorrow of a defeat, the proud satisfac- 
tion after decorating for the Prom, and the sad, sentimental feel- 



ing when we sang our Alma Mater. 



Now, we must say "so long" to high school-days and look 
ahead. But behind us is a memory which we will never lose. 



Dedication 



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o the Shore Roys who made the Supreme Sacrifice to preserve 
our precious American Way of Life which enabled us to experi- 
ence a happy school career, the Seniors of 19-46 do most respect- 
fully dedicate this book. 



ROLL OF HONOR 



Frank Raressi 
Walter J. Rarlag 
Martin Bates 
Charles C. Doyle 
William Doyle 
John C. Gill 
Anthony J. Golinar 
John G. Graney 
Gene E. Horen 
Keith C. Hulsman 
Pascmale C. Iacobacci 
Edward M. Intihar 
Herbert Johns 
Richard Ketcham 



Walter H. Larick 
Anton Locar 
Edward H. Malz 
Edward Marshall 
Mathew L. McKeon 
Charles Munnings 
Robert S. Pierce 
Joe Poch 

Robert L. Schlieker 
Richard Schlund 
Harold W. Shroka 
Frank J. Spino 
Joseph W. Vihtelic 



Alma Mater 



Green is the springtime. 
White is the snowy Shore, 
Colors that I adore, 
Of our Shore High. 

Springtime may pass away. 
Snow linger but a day, 
But thee I'll love for aye, 
Our Shore High dear. 

Dear are the mem'ries, 
Golden the days of yore, 
When we acauired lore, 



At old Shore High. 



Time may bring vain regret, 
Sorrows may irk and fret. 
But thee I'll ne'er forget, 
My true Shore High. 




MR. RUSSELL ERW1NE 
Superintendent of Euclid Schools 



Mr. Erwine, who is one of Euclid's 
leading citizens, is the man we call our 
Atlas, for upon his shoulders rests the 
world of Euclid Schools. 

His major interest is in the school's 
activities, which he most assuredly takes 
to heart. He has been with us seven years 
and his perserverance and clear vision 
guide the schools unfalteringly. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION 

First Row: Anton E. Strohm; Russell H. Erwine, Superintendent; Loyal E. Luikart, Presi- 
dent. 

Second Row: Loren J. Bullard; John F. Davis, Vice-President ; C. E. Bowman; Frank 
Mills, Business Manager. 



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Dr. Loos, our principal, has fostered 
a program of wholesome life at Shore. 
His helpful interest follows students in 
their success after graduation. 

Good natured, considerate, and will- 
ing to hear students out in their prob- 
lems, Dr. Loos has made for himself a 
splendid reputation as an educator of 
Youth for Democracy. 




DR. LEONARD LOOS 

Principal, Shore High School 



WALTER SCHWEGLER, Dean of Boys 



ELSA ALBRECHT, Dean of Girls 





LUCILLE AINGWORTH 

Newcomers Club ; Faculty Ad- 
visor of Entertainment Com- 
mittee; English; B.A. Flora 
Stone Mather; M.A. Columbia 
University. 




ADRIAN BUERGER 

Algebra; Geometry; B.S. Uni- 
versity of Dayton ; E.E. Ohio 
vState University. 



LESTER ANGENE 

Faculty Advisor of Log; Class 
Play; English; A. B. '"Heidel- 
berg College; M.A. Ohio State 
University ; Ohio University. 





MILDRED BURMAN 

Librarian; A.B. Heidelberg 
College; A.M. University of 
Pennsylvania ; B.S. in L.S. 
Western Reserve. 



MERYL R. BAUMER 

National Forensic League ; De- 
bate ; Class Play; Speech; Dra- 
matics ; English ; B.A. Witten- 
berg College ; LL.B. John Mar- 
shall School of Law ; Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin. 





PERA CAMPBELL 

Service Club ; English ; B.A. 
Defiance College ; M.A. Ohio 
State University ; University of 
Wisconsin. 



JOHN BECK 

Choirs and ensemble groups ; 
Vocal Music; Cincinnati Con- 
servatory of Music; Baldwin- 
Wallace College. 





FORD L. CASE 

Coach of Basketball ; Shop ; 
B.S. Ohio University; M.S. 
University of Wisconsin. 



M1NTON BLAUCH 

Coach of Freshman baseball ; 
Business; Biology; B.S. Kent 
State University; M.A. Kent 
State Universitv. 





LOUISE DARST 

Polka Club ; Shorthand; Book- 
keeping; Office Practice; B.A. 
Oberlin College; M.A. New 
York University. 



MARIE DAVIS 

Junior Girl Reserve ; English, 
Social Studies; B.A. Ohio 
Wesleyan ; Columbia; Ohio 
State University; Western Re- 
serve. 





DALE HARPER 

Band; Orchestra; B.S. Cin- 
cinnati Conservatory of Music ; 
University of Cincinnati ; Uni- 
versity of Akron. 



SPARTOCO DIBIASIO 

Science; A.B. Otierlin College: 
M.A. Columbia University. 



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ROY O. HINCH 

School Photographer ; Visual 
Education Committee; Trigo- 
nometry; Mathematics; Eng- 
lish; Science; Maryville Col- 
lege; B.A. Akron University; 
Ohio State University; Kent 
State University. 



JAMES W. GEBHART 

Aviation Club ; Safety Com- 
mittee ; B.S. Heidelberg Col- 
lege M.S.; Ohio State; Wes- 
tern Reserve ; Wisconsin Uni- 
versity; Toledo University. 





EDITH LEMON 

Student Council ; Junior Red 
Cross; Home Economics; B.S. 
Northwestern University; M.A. 
Western Reserve University 
Graduate School. 



DOROTHY GILL 

Girls' Leaders Club; Girls' 
Athletic Club; Whirlo; Physi- 
cal Education ; B.A. Ohio State 
University. 





ALBERT MITCHELL 

Junior High Band; B.S. Wes- 
tern Reserve University. 



W1LMA GILLMAN 

Junior Girl Reserve; English; 
World History; A.B. Heidel- 
berg College. 





MARGARETTE PATRICK 

Whirlo; Sponsor of Friend- 
ship Ring Group; Spanish; 
Business ; B. A. Western Re- 
serve University. 



JUNE PHYPERS 

Business Advisor of the Log; 
French Club; B.A. Denison 
University; M.A. Western Re- 
serve University; Radcliffe 
College ; New York Univer- 
sity. 





ELIZABETH SMITH 

Friendship Club Sponsor; Gov- 
ernment; American Problems; 
B.A. Flora Stone Mather; 
M.A. Western Reserve. 



ANNETTE PIERSON 

Senior Sister Sponsor; Social 
Studies; B.S. Kent State Uni- 
versity; ALA. Western Re- 
serve University. 





HARRY W. SPANGLER 

Advertising Committee Spon- 
sor; Chemistry; B.S. Heidel- 
berg College; M.S. Western 
Reserve University. 



JOHN J. POHTO 

Coach of Baseball ; Meg- 
aphone Sponsor; Scale and 
Triangle Sponsor ; Mechanical 
Drawing; B.S. Ohio State Uni- 
versity; M.A. Western Reserve 
Llniversity. 





IRA M. STUBBART 

Geometry; B.A. University of 
Iowa; Cleveland Teachers' 
College. 



HETTIE ROSENBERGER 

Home Economics; B.S. Flora 
Stone Mather; M.A. Columbia 
University. 





CLARENCE 
SWACKHAMER 

Coach of Wrestling; Physical 
Education; B.S. Ohio Univer- 
sity; AI.A. Columbia Lfniver- 
sity; Ohio State University. 



ROY SHARROCK 

Coach of Baseball Pitchers; 
Physics; B.S. Wooster Col- 
lege; M.A. Columbia Univer- 
sity. 





CLARENCE ECKERT 
Shop, Wrestling. 
"Me and inv chickens." 



CHARLES C. VAUGHN 

International Quill & Scroll 
Sponsor, Faculty Advisor of 
Breeze ; Printing, Journalism ; 
B.A. Bethany College; M.A. 
Ohio State University. 





STANLEY A. WHITESIDE 

National Honor Society Spon- 
sor ; American History; B.A. 
Ohio State University ; Wis- 
consin University. 



ALEXANDER WASELKOV 

Art ; B.A. George Washing- 
ton L T niversity ; M.A. Ohio 
University ; Corcoran School 
of Art. 





JANE WILLIAMS 

German, Latin ; Ph.B. Denison 
University; Ohio University; 
Chicago LTniversity. 



ANTHONY V. 
VACCARIELLO 

Chairman of the Thrift Com- 
mittee ; English, Spanish, Gen- 
eral Language; B.S. Miami 
University; M.A. Western Re- 
serve University. 





BUELA WILSON 

Girl Reserve; Algebra; B.A. 
Western Reserve University; 
M.A. Western Reserve Uni- 
versity. 



OTHER FACULTY MEMBERS: 

James Teeter, music; Edna Woodworth, mathematics; Irene Hovarth, nurse. 



LOYAL ASSISTANTS 



ARTHUR BONES 
Custodian 





DEFOREST EWELL 
Traffic Officer 



Auspicious Autographs . . . 



JANUARY CLASS 

President Philip Anderson 

Vice-President Arthur Nevar 

Secretary JosErHiNE Robich 

Treasurer. William Hansen 

Sponsor -Mr. Roy Sharrock 



JUNE CLASS 

President James Boyle 

Vice-President Stanley Kollar 

Secretary Donna Morris 

Treasurer Paul StegkampER 

Sponsors Miss Lucille Aingworth 

Mr. Anthony Vaccariello 
Mr. John Pohto 




PHILIP ANDERSON 

"Always a Betty" 

34 E. 213 

Basketball (1, 2, 3) ; Football 
(2, 3, 4) ; Track (4) ; Band 
(1, 2) ; Choir (1, 2) ; Prom 
Committee Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Class 
President (3, 4) ; Student 
Council (1) ; Advisory Board 
(4). 



JOAN CONLY 

"The one the hoys adored" 
160 Lloyd Road 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Girl Re- 
serves (1); Megaphone (2); 
Senior Sisters (3, 4); Senior 
Play; Red Cross (4); Los ;; 
Whirlo (3) ; G. A. C. (1, 2, 3, 
4). 



WILBERT EGGERT 

"Of airplanes I sing" 

24001 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Radio Club (3, 4) ; Aviation 
(3). 



GEORGE FESSEMMAYER 

"Seldom heard" 

Avon on the Lake 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Whirlo (4) ; 
Vice-President; Band (4). 



CHARLES GROSSMAN 

"Me and my broken bones" 

21601 Mallard 

N.A.S.S. (4) ; Track (1, 3, 4) 
Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Wrestling (3, 4) 
Junior Play. 




AUDREY BROWETT 

■■Willie and Me" 
70 Lloyd Road 

Girl Reserves (1); Friendship 
(2, 3, 4) ; GA.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Junior Play; Senior Play; 
Senior Sisters (4) ; Whirlo 
(3); Log; Red Cross (4); 
Megaphone (2). 



THEODORE DANFORTH 

"The boy who made .lac:: fa- 
mous" 

385 E. 222 

Entered in Senior Year from 
Yankton, South 1 lakota. 
Hi-Y (4); Football (4); 
Breeze (4). 



ROBERT EHLERT 

"The brains of the combina- 
tion" 

21211 Edgecliff 

N.H.S. (4); Hi-Y (4); Ad 
Committee (3, 4) ; N.F.L. (2, 
3, 4); N.Q.S. (4). 



WILILAM GRAU 

"Khaki-colored" 

81 E. 214 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (2, 3, 
4) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3) ; Track 
(1, 2, 3, 4): Prom Commit- 
tee; Band (1). 



WILLIAM HANSEN 

"Take me back to Mexico" 

26901 Maydale 

N.F.L. (3, 4) ; N.Q.S. (4) ; 
N.H.S. (3, 4) ; Ad Commit- 
tee (1, 2, 3, 4); Choir (1, 2, 
3, 4); Junior Play Cast; Sen- 
ior Play Cast; Breeze Editor 
(4) ; Class Treasurer (4) ; 
Madrigal (1); Orchestra (1, 
2) ; Cinema (1). 



GERALD HOUGH 

"Aw Girls, leave me alone !" 

54 E. 214 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Prom Commit- 
tee; Basketball (1, 2) ; Band 
(1, 2) ; Orchestra (1) ; Log 
Business Manager. 



ANNE MATTMUELLER 

"The college girl" 

291 Lloyd Road 

N.H.S. (4); Friendship (2, 3, 
4) ; Student Council (1) ; New- 
comers (3); Senior Play; 
Choir (3, 4) ; Prom Commit- 
tee; Class Treasurer (3) ; Sen- 
ior Sisters (3, 4) ; Junior Play. 



RUBY NELSON 

"She has a certain Dick on 
her mind" 

2X2 E. 266 St. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4); Red 
Cross (2, 3) ; Co-Chairman 
(4) ; Whirlo (2). 



JANET RAE 

"Her Fireside Chats will be 
missed" 

854 E. 258 St. 

Friendship (3,4) ; Whirlo (3, 
4) ; Polka (4). 



ROBERT SNYDER 

"The Ceometrist" 

820 E. 256 St. 

Scale and Triangle Club (4). 




FRANK KORACIN 

"Servicemen's friend" 
23651 Lakeland 

N.Q.S. (4) ; Noon Movie (3, 
4) ; Breeze Military Editor 
(2). 



ARTHUR NEVAR 

"You make the basket, we'll 
make the noise" 

894 E. 239 St. 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Basketball (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Red Cross Advisory 
(4) ; Student Council (3) ; 
Prom Committee. 



SHIRLEY PAUL 

"Siveet and quiet" 

26800 Shoreview 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Collinwood 

Choir (2, 3, 4) ; Friendship 
(4) ; Senior Sisters (4) ; 
Whirlo (3). 



JOSEPHINE ROBICH 

"Always on the go" 

18650 Meredith 

N.H.S. (3, 4) ; Class Presi- 
dent (1, 2) ; Secretary (3, 4) ; 
Friendship (2, 4) ; Secretary 
(3) ; Student Council (2, 3) ; 
Secretary (4) ; Advisory Board 
(3, 4) ; Service (2, 3, 4) ; Ad 
Committee (2, 3) ; Senior 
Sisters (3, 4) ; Newcomers (4). 



RITA SOEDER 

"The working girl" 

820 E. 256 St. 

Entered from John Hay in 
Junior year. 

Friendship (3, 4) ; Whirlo (3, 
4) ; Polka (4). 



VIRGINIA SPERL 

"Ginny" 

22425 Seabrooke 

Choir (2); Glee Club (1); 
Friendship (3, 4). 



JERRY TARANTINO 

"Now the freshman boys will 
have a chance" 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Basketball (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Breeze (3) ; Sport's 
Editor (4). 



ROY WRIGHT 

"Oh, my aching back" 
94 E. 207 
Baseball (4) ; Dog (4). 



ELERIEDA AUER 

"Never a dull moment" 

27U3 Oriole 

N.H.S. (4); N.F.L. (3) 
President (4) ; Friendship (2, 
3, 4) ; Log Asociate Editor 
G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Senio 
Sisters (3) ; President (4) 
Junior Play; Service (2, 3) 
Treasurer (4) ; Newcomers 
Secretary (3) ; Whirlo (2) 
Prom Committee ; Senior Play 
N.Q.S. (4). 



ROBERT BARTEETT 

"The 'Pear'" 

Hi-Y (4) ; Wrestling (4) ; 
Basketball (2) ; Track (3). 




ANNETTE SYRACUSE 

Willi her hind heart, she'll 
succeed" 



Friendship 

Cross (4). 



20961 Fuller 
(2, 3, 4); 



Red 



ROBERT WHITE 

"He sold the 'book' " 
21930 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Hi-Y (3, 4); Log (3, 4); 
Band (1, 2). 



CAROL ANDERSON 

"One Dozen Roses" 

336 Babbitt 

Cheerleader (2, 3, 4) ; Senior 
Sisters (4) ; Whirlo (2) ; Jun- 
ior Play; Senior Play Cast; 
Friendship (2, 3, 4) ;' G.L.C. 
(3, 4) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3) ; Sec- 
retary (4) ; Letter (4) ; Meg- 
aphone (1, 2, 3) ; President 
(4) ; Log (4); Choir (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; Breeze (4). 



\ IKGIN1 \ I'.AkAGA 

"A different one every season" 

331 E. 195 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
G.L.C. (3, 4); G.A.C. (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Megaphone (3), Secre- 
tary (4), Cheerleader (3, 4) ; 
Senior Sisters (3, 4) ; Junior 
Play; Student Council (1) ; 
Prom Committee; Football At- 
tendant (3). 



JAMES BECHT 

"Always missing" 

7978 E. 239 

Hi-Y (3) ; Ad Committee (3). 



GEORGE BECK 
"My Gal, Sal" 

204 E. 266 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Maple Hts. 

N.A.S.S. (4); N.H.S. (4); 
Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (2, 3, 
4); Prom Committee; Choir 
(2, 3, 4) ; Band (2) ; Senior 
Play. 



CEYDE BERNDSEN 

"For the birds" 
21841 Westport 

Hi-Y (3, 4); Log Staff: 
Breeze, (Chairman of editorial 
board) (4) ; Class Vice-Presi- 
dent (3) ; Prom Committee. 



JAMES BOYLE 

"The Crooner" 

313 E. 219 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (4) ; 
Class President (4) ; Choir (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Scale and Triangle 
(3) ; President (4) ; Senior 
Play. 



WILLIAM BUBNTS 

"Should I Worry?" 

51 E. 213 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Wrestling (4). 



JUNE CARLGREN 

"It's ahvays spring around 
June" 

20530 S. Lake Shore Blvd. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Choir (1, 

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

3, 4) ; Senior .Sisters (3, 4) ; 
Whirlo (2, 3, 4) ; Junior Play; 
Prom Committee; Megaphone 
Club (1, 2) ; Senior Play. 




ANNABELLE BERG 

"Someday her prince will come" 

26381 Oriole 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
Breeze (4) ; G.A.C. (2, 3, 4) ; 
Service (4). 



ROBERT BITZER 

"7 want to sleep so I can 
dream" 

21750 Friday 

Football (2) ; Track (1, 2) ; 
J» Manager (3, 4) ; Log; Breeze; 
K§ Prom Committee ; Senior Play. 



DONALD BRENNAN 

"Tall, lean and lanky" 

502 E. 237 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Willoughby. 

Hi-Y (4) ; Track (4) ; Breeze 
(4) ; Senior Play. 



DOROTHY BURKE 

"She keeps 'bobbing' along" 

283 E. 214 

N.H.S. (3, 4) ; Friendship (2, 
3, 4) ; Log; Breeze (4) ; Choir 
(4) ; Service (2) ; Treasurer 
(2) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Jun- 
ior Play; Prom Committee; 
Megaphone Club ; Senior Plav ; 
N.Q.S. (4) ; Senior Sisters (3, 
4). 



MARY CLIFFORD 

"Mary, Mary quite contrary" 
563 Babbitt 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
G.A.C. (3, 4) ; Senior Sisters; 
Megaphone (4) ; Polka (4). 



PATRICIA COLE 

"The name doesn't mean any- 
thing" 

95 E. 214 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Choir 
(1) ; G.R. (1) ; Log; Breeze 
(4) ; G.A.C. (2, 3, 4). 



FLORENCE 
De BENEDICTIS 

"Oh for 'Petes' Sake" 

22301 Milton 

Friendship (2, 3, 4); Log; 
G.R. (1) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Red Cross (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Whirlc 
(3) ; Student Council (2). 



TOM DRACH 

"What gal isn't his girlfriend?" 
31 E. 210 

N.H.S. (3) President (4) ; 
Hi-Y (3, 4); Choir (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; Log; Student Council (4) ; 
Junior Play Cast ; Newcomers 
(2) ; Prom Committee ; Senior 
Plav. 



KENNETH EMERTCK 

"One stvell guy" 

19601 S. Lake Shore 

Hi-Y (3, 4); Football (3, 4) 
Breeze (4) ; Senior Plav. 



JAMES FERRO 

"Such and so various are the 
tastes of men" 

20980 Fuller 

N.A.S.S. (4) ; N.H.S. (3, 4) ; 
Football (2, 3, 4) ; Basketball 
(1, 2) ; Track (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Log; Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Recre- 
ation Committee ; Student 
Council (2), Treasurer (3), 
President (4) ; Hi-Y (3, 4) ; 
Senior Play; Prom Commit- 
tee. 




ROBERT CURRY 

"Innocence so becomes a boy" 
338 E. 238 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (3, 4) ; 
Wrestling (2, 3, 4) ; Track (2, 
3, 4) ; Breeze (4) ; Choir (1) ; 
Student Council (3) ; Prom 
Committee. 



ELEANOR DOWIS 

"Her glory nil, her hair" 

21005 Crystal 

Entered in sophomore year 
from East High. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4). 



ROBERT EASTER 

"A good egg" 

265 E. 250 

Football (3, 4) ; Breeze (4) ; 
Student Council (1) ; Band (1, 
2) ; Senior l'lay. 



ALINE ETTENGER 

"What does she see in 
Harvey?" 

154 E. 214 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ' Choir (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Log; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; Ad Committee (3, 4) ; 
Service (2) ; Senior Sisters (3, 
4); Junior l'lay; I'rom Com- 
mittee ; Senior Plav ; Breeze 
(4) ; G.L.C. (3, 4).' 



NANCY FISCHER 

"Tops in everything" 

154 E. 22b St. 

N.H.S. (4) ; N.F.L. (1, 2, 3) ; 
Secretary (4) ; Friendship (2, 
3, 4) ; Log Associate Editor; 
Breeze (2) ; Feature Editor 
(3); Editorial Board (4); 
Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; G.L.C. (2, 
3, 4) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3) ; Letter 
(4) ; Senior Sisters (3, 4) ; 
Service (2, 3, 4) ; Megaphone 
(2) ; Junior Play; Ad Com- 
mittee; Senior Play; N.Q.S. 
(4). 



GATE FITZPATRICK 

"Bye sec what you mean" 

280 E. 197 

Friendship (2, 3, 4); Breeze 
(4) ; G.A.C. (2, 3) ; Service 
(2, 3, 4); Prom Committee; 



Whirlo (1, 4) ; Sc 



Plav. 



RALPH GARRKTT 

"He trips the lit/lit fantastic" 

24101 St. Clair 

Football (4) ; Track (3, 4) ; 
Wrestling (3) ; Choir (2, 3, 4) ; 
Senior Play. 



JOSEPHINE GIETANO 

"A good 'Jo' ' 

20920 Ball 

N.H.S. (3); Secretary (4); 
Friendship (2, 3"); Vice-Presi- 
dent (4) ; Choir (1) ; GL.C. 
(3, 4) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Service (2, 3, 4) ; President 
(3) ; Senior Sisters (3, 4) ; 
Newcomers (2) ; Red Cross 
(3) ; Whirlo (2) ; Senior Play. 



JEAN GLESK 

"The Student Council and 1" 

18651 Meredith 

Friendship (2, 3, 4); Log; 
Breeze (3, 4) ; Student Coun- 
cil (2, 3, 4) ; Advisory Board 
(2, 3, 4) ; Service (2, 3, 4) ; 
Red Cross (2, 3, 4) ; Advisory 
Board (3, 4) ; G.A.C. (3, 4) ; 
Whirlo (3). 



HARTILL HAHN 

"That slow easy walk" 
24001 Lake Shore 

Friendship (2, 3, 4); Log; 
G.A.C. (2, 3, 4) ; Junior Play; 
Prom Committee; Megaphone 
(1, 2) ; G. L C. (3, 4) ; Senior 
Play. 




LOUISE GANNER 
"Making the grade" 
21370 S. Lake Shore 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; G.A.C. 
(3, 4); Log. 



CHARLES GEORGE 

"For lie's a jolly good fellozv" 

21821 Wilmore 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (2, 3, 
4) ; Baseball (2, 4) ; Newcom- 
ers (4); Prom Committee; 
Log (4) ; Senior Play. 



LEROY GIAMPOLI 

"I have a picture here of a 
girl in Chicago . . ." 

22000 Westport 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Baseball (3, 4) ; 
Track (1); Ad Committee 
(4) ; Breeze (4) ; Band (1, 2, 
3, 4). 



AL GREENE 

"He sets them roaring!" 

R. F. D. 

Hi-Y (3,4) ; Wrestling (2, 4) ; 
Breeze (4); Cheerleader (1, 
2, 3, 4); Junior Play; Senior 
Play. 



JETTA HANSEN 

"As I see it . . ." 
12020 Newton Ave. 

N.H.S. (4) ; N.F.L. (2, 3, 4) 
Log; Senior Sisters (3, 4) 
Prom Committee; Junior Play 
Senior Play. 



JOHN HARRELL 

"A dark, handsome 'Jack of 
of all trades' " 

640 E. 250 St. 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Choir (1, 2, 4); 
Log ; Student Council ( 1 ) ; 
Vice-President (4) ; Recreation 
Committee Chairman (4) ; Jun- 
ior Play; Prom Committee; 
Newcomers (4) ; Senior Play. 



LORRAINE HERRMANN 

"A whiz on roller zvheels" 

101 E. 219 St. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; G.A.C. 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Whirlo (2); 
Megaphone (2) ; Log (4) ; 
Senior Play (4). 



JAMES HIMES 

"Eat, drink and make merry" 

321 E. 260 St. 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (2, 3, 
4) ; Breeze (4). 



MARION HRABAK 

"Her fingers fly along on the 
ivory" 

261 E. 246 St. 

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



ROGER KIRSCHNICK 
"Always a cheery hello" 
33807 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Junior Play. 




PATRICIA HAWKS 

"She bounced zvith pep" 

85 E. 260 St. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log • 
G.L.C. (2, 3. 4) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Ad Committee (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; Senior Sisters (3, 4) ; 
Prom Committee ; Megaphone 
(1, 2) ; Junior Play. 



BONNIE HILL 

"Unexpected" 
19951 South Lake 
Shore Boulevard 



KENT HOOKER 

"He lores them all" 

21380 Edgecliff 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Choir (3, 4) ; 
Basketball ( 1, 2, 3, 4) ; Base- 
ball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Log; Stu- 
dent Council (1, 4); Prom 
Committee; Junior Play; Sen- 
ior Play. 



JEAN KELLY 

"Next to basketball, I like 
Basketball" 

824 E. 246 St. 

Friendship (2, 3,- 4) ; G.L.C. 
(4); G.A.C. (1, 2); Board 
(3) ; Vice-President (4) ; Red 
Cross (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Megaphone 
a 4). 



STANLEY KOLLAR 

"Varsity versatile and very 
nice" 

110 E. 202 St. 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Basketball ( 1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Track (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Student 
Council (1) ; Chorus (1, 2, 3) ; 
Class Vice-President (4) ; Sen- 
ior Play. 



NORMAN KOZAN 

"Maque .... What a babe" 

23721 Lakeland Blvd. 

N.A.S.S. (4); Hi-Y (3( 4) ; 
Vice-President; Football (2, 3, 
4); Breeze (4). 



RICHARD LANESE 

"Am I So Funny?" 

166 E. 21') St. 

N.A.S.S. (4) ; Hi-Y (3) ; 
Chapter Pres. (4) ; Football 
(1, 2, 3), Captain (4) ; Base- 
hall (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Track (1) ; 
Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Prom Com- 
mittee. Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4). 



ROGER LOOS 
"Always on his toes in class" 

22001 Morris Ave. 
Baseball (3, 4). 



PAT LAVO 

"Not to be confused with the 
soap" 

27201 Mallard Avenue 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; G.A.C. 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Whirlo (3); Sec- 
retary-treasurer (4); Red 
Cross (1, 2, 3); Megaphone 
(3, 4). 



JOSEPH MAILANDER 

"May I have litis gavotte" 

22410 Edged iff 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Basketball (3) 
Senior Play. 




ALVIN LA CHANCE 

"[Lire you ever been to 
Canada:' Well, I'll tell you . ." 

33807 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Basketball (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Track (3, 4) ; Choir 
(1, 2) ; Senior Play. 



CHRISTINE LOOS 

"The ace of all good sports" 
245 E. 216 St. 

N.H.S. (4); X.Q.S. (4); 
Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Choir 
(1, 2, 3) ; Log Editor; Breeze 
(4) ; G.L.C. (2, 3, 4); G.A.C. 
(1, 2, 4) ; Advisory Board (3) ; 
Ad Committee (2, 3, 4) ; 
Whirlo (2) : Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Sisters (3,4) ; Jun- 
ior Play; Senior Play. 



DON LORMAN 
"Go get an admit" 
24705 Hackett 
Hi-Y (4). 



FRANCES MATTIX 
"Known by her drawl" 

485 E. 236 St. 



Entered in sophomore 
from Sara Scott 



year 



Friendship (4) ; G.A.C. (4) ; 
Polka (4) ; Megaphone (4). 



SHIRLEY McQUOWN 

"Personality plus" 
281 E. 216 St. 

Friendship (2, 4); Inter-Club 
Councilor (3); Log; Breeze 
Circulation Manager ( 4 ) ; 
G.L.C. (4) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; Senior Sisters (4) ; Whirlo 
(2); Service (2, 3); Prom 
Committee; N.Q.S. (4); Sen- 
ior Play. 



JAMES McKEE 

"Action, camera!" 

345 E. 197 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Baseball Manager 
(3, 4); Movies (1, 2, 3), 
Manager (4) ; Ad Committee 
(3) ; junior Play; Senior Play. 



LEONARD MORA 

"The 'Mora' we see, the inure 
we like" 

740 E. 232 

Entered in sophomore year 
from St. Bendictine 

Prom Committee. 



DONNA MORRIS 

"A constant source of surprise 
and delight" 

95 E. 217 

N.H.S. (4) ; Friendship (2, 3), 
President (4) ; Choir (1, 3) ; 
Dog; G.L.C. (2, 4), Secretary 

(3) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Sen- 
ior Sisters (3, 4) ; Ad Com- 
mittee (2) ; Football Queen 

(4) ; Red Cross Advisory 
Board (4) ; Recreation Com- 
mittee ; Megaphone ( 1 ) ; 
Cheerleader (3, 4) ; Whirlo, 
Secretary (2) ; Prom Comit- 
tee; Senior Play; Junior Play. 



RONALD NICKELS 
"One of the buddies" 
21601 Morris 
Hi-Y (3, 4). 



JAMES OGILVIE 

"Sky Anchors Aweigh" 

26200 Oriole 

Hi-Y (3, 4); Choir (1, 2) ; 
Student Council (1) ; Junior 
Plav. 




ANNE MEDER 

"She's hep to the latest steps" 

257 E. 208 

G.L.C. (3, 4) ; Friendship (2, 
3, 4) ; Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Megaphone, 
Cheerleader (3, 4) ; Vice-Presi- 
dent (4) ; Whirlo (2) ; Senior 
Sisters (3, 4) ; Service (3) ; 
Junior Play; Senior Play. 



DOROTHY MORGAN 

"Morgie . . . A Chccsbtirger 
and a ketchup, split!" 

23241 Lake Shore 

N.H.S. (4) ; Friendship (2, 
4) ; Log; Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); 
G.A.C. (4) Student Council 
(4) ; Senior Sisters (3, 4). 



KATHLEEN NEWTON 
"Caldonia" 
150 E. 214 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
G.L.C. (4); G.A.C. (1, 2, 3), 
President (4) ; Service (2, 
3) ; Senior Sisters (3, 4) ; Rec- 
reation Committee; Band (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Senior Play. 



JACK ODELL 

'Odic,' a pal to everyone" 
150 E. 219 

Hi-Y (3) ; President (4) ; 
Football (2, 4) ; Basketball (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Track (1, 3, 4); 
Class President (3). 



JOAN O'NEILL 

1 my 

534 E. 250 

Entered in senior year from 
Maryland. 

Friendship (4). 



MARY LOU OTTERS 

"The 'thin' man" 

21751 Wilmore 

Senior Sisters (4) ; Polka (4). 



VIRGINIA PETTET 

"Her interest is an 'A-Tom'" 

25351 Shoreview 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Shaw. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Lot- 
Breeze (3) ; G.A.C. (3, 4) ; 
Senior Play. 




LOUISE PEDERSON 

"Always Dependable" 

154 E. 203 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Minnesota. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Choir 
(4) ; Breeze (4) ; Senior Sis- 
ters (-1); Ad Committee (3, 
4) ; Red Cross (2, 3, 4). 



RUTH PIERCE 

" 'Florence Nightingale' " 

315 E. 211 

N.H.S. (4) ; N.F.L. (3, 4) ; 
Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
Senior Sisters (3, 4); Band 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Polka (4) ; Or- 
chestra (1, 2, 3, 4). 



THOMAS RAMONA 

"Those long, deep tones" 

20380 Ball 

Hi-Y (4); Choir (1, 2, 3, 4). 



PATRICIA RAPP 

"It's always 'Kollar' around 
Pat" 

155 E. 209 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log- 
G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Choir (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; G.L.C. (3, 4) ; Prom 
Committee; Basketball Queen. 



DOROTHY UK \D 

"Variety is the spice of life" 

334 E. 195 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
Choir (1, 2, 3) ; G.A.C. (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Majorette (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Megaphone (1) ; Secretary 
(2) ; Ad Committee (2, 3, 4) ; 
Junior Play; Prom Commit- 
tee ; Senior Play. 




MARGARET RANDELL 

"She's a 'Bob' by socker" 

24840 Marsdon 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Canada. 

Friendship (3, 4) ; Choir (3, 
4); Log; G.A.C. (4); Senior 
Sisters (4) ; Senior Play. 



GLORIA RAYMOND 

"Short Stuff" 
335 E. 232 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log- 
G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Breeze 
(3); Student Council (3); 
Service (2, 3) ; Treasurer (4) ; 
Whirlo (2) ; Prom Commit- 
tee ; Senior Sisters (4); Red 
Cross (1). 



JOAN RELYEA 

"Szceet little miss" 
101 E. 204 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; G.A.C. 
(2, 3, 4) ; Senior Sisters (3, 
4) ; Ad Committee (3, 4) ; 
Log; Senior Play. 



WALTER ROBERTS 

"The printing type (usually in 
print)" 

905 E. 237 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Breeze (4) ; 
Managing editor. 



MARGARET ROPES 
"Better late than never" 
164 E. 207 St. 
G.A.C. (3, 4). 



DON SCHUTT 

"The good humor man in per- 
son" 

21400 South Lake Shore 

Hi-Y (3, 4); Choir (1, 2, 3, 
4) ; Student Council (1, 2) ; 
Advisory Board (3, 4); Log; 
Junior Play; Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Play; N.Q.S. 



PATRICIA SPERL 

"Over there" 

22425 Seabrooke 

Friendship (4) ; Choir (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Log. 



PAUL STEGKAMPER 

"He and his women" 

21600 Kennison 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Choir 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Class Treasurer 
(4). 




DOROTHY ROJECK 

"She's 'chuck' full of happi- 
ness" 

20101 Westport 

Friendship (4); Choir (1) ; 
Red Cross (2,i). 



ED SAYWELL 

"Just plain Hd" 

120 E. 220 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Wrestling (4) 
Breeze (4) ; Whirlo (4). 



STELLA SLOKAR 

"Jean and Stell" 

894 E. 2i7 

Friendship (2, 3), Secretary 
(4); Log; Ad Committee (3), 
Vice-Chairman (4) ; G.L.C. (3, 
4); G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Senior 
Sisters (3, 4); Polka (4); 
Service (2, 3, 4) ; Whirlo (2). 



FLORENCE STARINA 

"Type-writer's Buddy" 
40 E. 217 

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



BARBARA ANN STONE 
"Intelligent Humorist" 
20303 Lake Shore Blvd. 

N.H.S. (3, 4) ; N.F.L. (1, 2, 
4) ; Secretary (3) ; Friendship 
(2, 3, 4) ; Log; Choir (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; G.L.C. (2, 3, 4) ; G.A.C. 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Junior Plav; Sen- 
ior Sisters (3, 4) ; Whirlo (2) ; 
Prom Committee; Senior Play. 



MARTHA STONER 

"She's Made a name for her- 
self 

23281 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Entered in sophomore year 
from New Concord 

N.H.S. (4) ; Friendship (3, 4) 
G.L.C. (4) ; G.A.C. (3, 4) 
Majorettes (4) ; Senior Sisters 
(3, 4). 



RONALD STROBEL 

"It's a popper out over 
third . . ." 

21430 Tracy 

Entered in sophomore year 
from East Tech 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Basketball (4) ; 
Baseball (3) ; Captain (4). 



BETTY SUMNER 

"The nicest things come in 
small paekages." 

370 E. 248 

Friendship (2, 3, 4); Log; 
G.L.C. (2, 3), President (4) ; 
G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Ad Com- 
mittee (2, 3, 4) ; Megaphone 
(1, 2) ; Senior Sisters (3, 4) 
Junior Play; May Queen (3) 
Recreation Committee (4) 
Senior Play. 



MARGARET VAN GILST 

"Practically a relative to szvoon 
man Johnson" 

154 E. 207 

Friendship (3); Choir (1); 
Red Cross (1, 2, 3, 4). 



BETTY VOTYPKA 

"Jerry 'always' " 

267 E. 271 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
G.A.C. (3, 4). 




HERBERT STRAIN 

"Well, I get to school for the 
wrestling meets!" 

118 E. 205 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Euclid Central. 

Junior Play ; Prom Commit- 
tee; Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (3, 
4) ; Wrestling (2, 3, 4). 



EDWARD SULLIVAN 

"A man of action, not words" 

161 E. 201 

Entered in sophomore year 
from Paducah. 

Hi-Y (3, 4) ; Football (2, 3, 
4) ; Basketball (2, 3, 4) ; Track 
(2, 3, 4) ; Treasurer (4) ; 
Prom Committee. 



PATRICIA TELLER 

"Paint brushes 'n Stuff" 

130 E. 100 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Choir 
(4) ; Log; G:A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Service (3, 4) ; Whirlo (3) ; 
Prom Committee. 



DONNA VOELKER 

"She moved in early" 

265 E. 238 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
G.A.C. (3, 4). 



HENRY WAGNER 

"The Musician" 

7231 E. 246 

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



ANGIE WATERWASH 

"Curly" 

20236 Westport 

Friendship (4) ; Red Cross (2). 



MARY WELLINGTON 
'Hey kids, what's the latest ?" 

84 E. 220 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; Choir (3, 
0; G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Log; 
Breeze (3) ; Senior Sisters 
(4) ; Megaphone (2, 3) ; Red 
Cross (2, 3, 4) ; Prom Com- 
nittee; Senior Play. 



JUNE WINZEK 
"The 'Duchess' " 
22400 Seabrooke 

Friendship (4) ; Choir (3) ; 
Breeze (2). 



JEAN YAMBERSICH 

"Hozu she can polka!'' 
927 E. 237 St. 



Entered 



in Junior year from 
John Hay. 



Friendship (4) ; Polka (4), 
president (4) ; Choir (4) ; Log. 



RICHARD ELY 

'Back from the service'' 
22434 Seabrooke Ave. 




WILLIAM WAYLES 
"H 2 2 " 

254 E. 256 St. 
Choir (2, 4) ; Red Cross (2). 



JUDY WILKINSON 

"Her size is quite an advantage 
in certain circumstances" 

282 E. 208 St. 

Friendship (2, 3, 4) ; N.H.S. 

(3) ; Treasurer (4) ; Choir (1, 
2, 3, 4); Log; G.L.C. (3, 4); 
G.A.C. (1, 2, 3, 4); Service 
(2, 4); Secretary (3); Senior 
Sisters (3, 4) ; Newcomers 

(4) ; Whirlo (2); Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Play; N.Q.S. 
(4) ; Junior Play. 



WANDA 
WOJCIECHOWSKI 

"Known by her name" 

Elinore Drive 

Friendship (4) ; Red Cross (2) 



HOWARD KING 

"And the girls swoon" 
26131 Oriole Ave. 

Hi-Y (4). Supply sergeant, U. 
S. Army Air Corps. Overseas 
duty in Europe 2 l / 2 years. 



Junior Class Personality Poll 

BOY GIRL 

Best personality 1st — Jack Odell Donna Morris 

2nd — Stan Kollar Shirley McQuown 

Best Athlete ..1st — Ed Sullivan Chris Loos, Kathleen New- 

2nd — Dick Lanese ton 

Stan Kollar Jean Kelly 

Prettiest Eyes 1st — Don Schutt Gail Fitzpatrick 

2nd — Ronny Strobel 

Neatest 1st — Don Schutt Dorothy Burke 

Kent Hooker Donna Morris 

2nd — Jack Odell Dorothy Read 
Stan Kollar 

Best sense of humor.— 1st — Don Schutt Shirley McQuown, Dor- 

2nd— Al Greene othy Read 

Kathleen Newton 

Most Pep 1st — Al Greene Anne Meder 

2nd — Jack Odell Carol Anderson, Kathleen 

Newton 

Best scholar 1st — Jim Ferro Barbara Stone 

2nd — Tom Drach Elfrieda Auer 

Best dancer 1st — George Beck Anne Meder 

2nd — Tom Drach Stella Slokar 

Best looking 1st — Kent Hooker Donna Morris 

2nd — Jack Odell Dorothy Burke 
Paul Stegkamper 

Popularity 1st — Jack Odell Donna Morris 

2nd — Stan Kollar Shirley McQuown 

All-round 1st — Stan Kollar Donna Morris 

2nd— Jack Odell Shirley McQuown 

Most cooperative 1st — Jack Harrell Donna Morris 

(in school activities) 2nd — Jack Odell Elfrieda Auer 

Most likely to succeed. 1st — Tom Drach Elfrieda Auer 

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Robert Birch 
Dolores Cergol 
Doris Christopher 



Albert Ulle 

Charles Ameit 

John Atkins 



James Craig 
Loren Dobosy 
lohii Doganierro 



Douglas Auckland 

James Baglione 

Geraldine Bastaich 



James Funk 
Sara Grau 
Tean Henn 



Madelyn Bear 

Patricia Bloss 

Betty Boldin 



Leola Henry 
Robert Homer 
Audrey Jennison 



William Brahms 

Albert Brocone 

Grace Brooks 



Ruth Jenz 
Martha Kinnaman 
Marge Kozan 



Bill Buerkel 

Natalie Bullard 

Tony Cipriano 



Warren Levitt 
Donald Lewis 
Olive Lindsay 



Joanne Clark 

Jay Dinsmore 

Pat Ditrich 



Phyllis Long 
Clarence Mathke 
John Mavsar 



Doris Duiker 

Gerry Duval 

Charles Folder 



J line McGuigan 
Donald McLean 
Beryl Murray 

Anne Frey 
Tony Guinta 
Charles Hill 



Dorothy Paleit 
Dorothy Rini 
Dexter Rolla 



Marilou Holzmer 

Claribcll Horner 

Randall Huffman 



Angelo Rosa 
1 1 enry Roznik 
Virginia Smith 



Ruth Hunt 

Joan Irons 

Nancy Johnson 





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Jill Julyan 
Alice Keyes 



Joy Nesbitt 

Jack Obert 

Marilyn Odell 



Henry Kamman 
Jill Koeckert 
Pat Kohanski 



Ruth Oliver 

Joan Palko 

Carmen Ramona 



Helen Kozlowski 
Jack Krauss 
Rosanne Kubicek 



Barbara Raney 

Dick Ridilla 

Charmine Riehl 



Richard Kurzave 
Ethel Langa 
Pat Langdon 

Richard Rossingto-i 

Dorothy Royer 

Victor Santon 



Jane Lehr 
Barbara Lewis 
Earl Lewis 

Richard Satava 

Paul Savage 

Marjorie Sayers 



Tony Ljubi 
Robert Lux 
Ronald Nulick 

Janet Schulmeister 

Robert Shewed 

Mary Shirk 



Alma Martin 
Cravton Mast 
Clifford Mathias 

Earl Shulson 

Dolly Spangler 

Margaret Sternberg 



Margaret Matyazic 
Joseph Mayer 
Jean McDowell 

John Stevenson 

Edward Stibich 

William Strathern 



Stanley Mihelick 
Larry Molnar 
Charles Miller 

Vetus Syracuse 

Joseoh Tarantino 

Jerry Travers 



Ray Moore 
Mary Mora 
Kathlcne Moschell 

Helen Vihtelic 
Roger Wach 
Tames Weber 









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Janet Wilk 


Betty Taylor 




Barbara Will 


Joan Weybrecht 




Ruby Wyatt 


Arlene Wilhelm 




James Sankey 



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Shirley Brasch 
Adam Calabrese 



Anne Parisi 
Doris Radke 
Anne Raglow 



Lawrence Cawley 
Gerry Cicerelli 
Coleman 



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Marian Rapp 

Joyce Sage 

James Sankey 



Thomas Covert 

Ed Delis 

Betty Deutelbaum 



Dolores Saywell 

Esther Schlauch 

Marian Saso 



James Dostal 
Alice Draz 
Henry Drechsler 



Robert Slokar 

Joanne Solon 

Margaret Stewart 



Catherine Ferro 
Charles Fox 
Harvey Grossman 

William Sumner 

Iva Thomas 

Ruth Wagner 



Frida Hauser 
James Heer 
Leonard Holzheimer 



David Walquist 

Shirley Weber 

Robert Weir 



Donald Horn 
Charlotte Hudec 
Ronald Jezerc 



Nancy Weichelt 
John Wessel 
Beverly West 



Mary Kirchner 
Fred Koerper 
Edward Kure 



Clyde Wilson 

Robert G. Wright 

Zell Anderson 



Gerrj' LaPointe 
Marge Bong 
Sylvia Maamusson 



Earnest Melko 
Evelyn Mesojedec 
Richard Mocny 




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Carol Burkhardt 
Richard Gricar 
Ronald Johnson 

Robert Malin 
Albert Trivisono 







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David Aitken 
Evelyn Andrews 
Don Anzells 



Winifred Duiker 

Marsha Fleming 

June Dunbar 



Pat Aplis 
Betty Bainer 
Ronald Baker 



Byron Fondran 

Hope Ganson 

Roy George 



Dick Barrows 
Edith Berndsen 
Robert Bertka 



Carol Greve 

Joseph Guinan 

Pat Hamel 



Mary Blodgett 
John Boland 
Edward Brenner 



Mercedes Howald 

Theodore Inda 

Stephen Janovac 



Ray Breskvar 
Dolores Brinz 
Parry Brockman 

Frank Joranko 

Carol Jenkins 

Ralph Jones 



Ruth Brockman 
Earl Brown 
Jeanne Buettner 

Suzanne Jones 

Rose Pee Justus 

Joseph Kendro 



Thomas Campbell 
Betty Christopher 
Joy Clark 

Porene Kisthardt 

Phyllis Klotz 

Josephine Kozan 



Teresa Clifford 

Eugene Cole 
Robert Cole 

Phyllis Kreilach 
Gloria Kustin 
Frank Panza 



Gerald Conway 
Francis Cunningham 
Robert Cyrgalis 

Patricia Peach 

Elaine Pindstrom 

Don Poranger 



June Davis 
Rosemary Dirk 
Doris Donelson 



Allen Puikart 
William Lyon 

Joyce Manley 





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Nick Marino 
Lois Martin 
Dick Martinet 




Joanne Rini 

Jack Rohrich 

Lois Roy 



Elmer Matheke 
Robert McQnown 
Fred McLean 



Charles Rnssell 
Dorothy Salinger 
George Sherman 



Jane McKone 
Louis Mentler 
Bernard Migchelbrink 

Virginia Shimrock 

Alice Sladek 

Raymond Snyder 



Theresa Molnar 
Jane Moore 
toilette Mora 



Robert Steele 

Alfred Stephen 

Frank Stum]) 



Sally Morris 
William Mower 
Phillip Neide 

Bernard Szurzewski 

Bruce Teller 

Pat Terrell 



Nancy Niebes 
Lawrence Otters 
Winifred Patrick 

Aldona Thomas 

William Thompson 

Earl Tonkin 



Virginia Pedersen 
Michella Penosa 
Sally Perry 

Raymond Wawrzyniak 

Jack Wenning 

James W r est 



Marilyn Peters 
Albert Pettit 
Dorothy Phillips 

Peggy White 

Carl Widing 

Dorothy Wilk 



Dolores Potokar 
Darko Pozar 
John Redfern 

Dorothy Williams 

LaDonna Wise 

Margery Wright 



Donald Reed 
Josephine Remy 
Mary Ann Repasky 

Robert A. Wright 

Howard Youngblood 

Louise Yovanne 








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NOT PICTURED 



William Abbott 
Robert Colwell 
Glenn Spaur 
Hartley Davis 
Norman Mason 
Robert Muehl 
Laurine Jerzy 
Janet Zook 



Ed Udovich 
Eugine Santon 
Margaret Stewart 
Philip Stevko 
Ruth Wagner 
Russell Coddington 
Emily Koerper 




Assemblies 








George Binder 
Robert Bowins 
lames Branche 



Theodore Henn 

Vincetta Iacobacci 

Robert Irwin 



James Bresnan 
Robert Brocone 
Toanne Bullard 



John Javoris 

Elizabeth Kalasky 

Robert Kazen 



To3'ce Burrows 
Donald Butler 
William Rhodes 



George Klein 

William Krasch 

Alice Lee 



Emil Cerbin 
Arthur Cergol 
Carol Chapman 



Burgess Lewis 
Fred Ljubi 
Joan Loyke 



Norman Chesbro 
Walter Clark 
Doris Clarricoates 



Almira Ludwig 

Frances McDowell 

Ida McMahan 



Russell Crane 
Anthony Daniels 
Betty Dixon 



Patricia Meeder 

Ralph Alalaragno 

Marilyn Millet- 



Barbara Eiselt 
Pauline Enbase 
Mike Ferranti 



Myron Mlachak 

Joan Morris 

Patricia Mueller 



Rena Ferrara 
Virginia Gates 
Ora Gillette 



Louise Nobles 

Rupert Oergol 

Robert Ogreen 



Jack Gilmore 
William Gorka 
lobn Hale 



Earl Olson 
David Payne 
Frank Pavne 



Douglas Harrell 
Eugene Haubcrt 
Carol Hausrath 



Eugene Pringle 
William Reehcr 
Marie Sartorio 




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Beverly Schultz 
Frank Schultz 
Carole Sevmour 



Robert Clines 
Joseph Colantonio 

Patricia Collins 



Shirley Soeder 
Bruce Springer 
Harold Thomsen 



Colina Commander 

Bruce Coons 

Loyal Cornelius 



Kay Thomsen 
Norbert Torer 
Sally Towsev 



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Anna Criado 

Eve Crosley 

Kathryn Culp 



William Uttley 
Stanley Walker 
Pauline Warbritton 

Robert Cummins 
Judith Curdy 
Daniel Curto 



Carol Wilson 
Richard Wilson 
Jacqueline Wogenstahl 

Annette Davirro 
Caroline DeVito 
Mildred Doering 



Shirley Zanzig 
Robert Zeller 
Lois Abendroth 

Nancy Drach 

Wilfred Duval 

Jean Feldman 



Wesley Aldred 
Dolores Bastaich 
William Baumann 

Vaughn Fitzpatrick 

Dorothy Fopeano 

Nancy Forestek 



William Becker 
Carol Beeson 
Mat hew Borick 

Richard Fox 
Donald Fulgenzi 
Marlene Gallitto 



Joseph Bresnan 
Joyce Buchtell 
Marie Burns 

Faith Ganson 

Mary Gibson 

Theodore Goldfarb 



James Butler 
Jo Carabotta 
Ralph Chidley 

Eileen Hamilton 

Valjean Hamilton 

Wanda Heeter 







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Robert Heidnik 
Nancy Herschberger 
Mary Margaret Hill 



Margaret Lowe 

Claire Lux 

Carol Malm 



Jack Hoag 
Wilbert Hoffman 
Mary Hollerbush 



Audrey A last 

James Mathers 

Donna McGinnis 



Shirley Horner 
Jean Hug 
; I Lowell Humphreys 

Jeanne McKnight 
John Mihelich 
John Mihelich 



Mary Lou Humphreys 
Claire Janovac 
Charles Johnson 

Ronald Miller 

Willa Miller 

Nancy Mitchell 



Wilbur Reefe 
Esther Kessler 
Louis Key 

Tony Mlakar 

Charles Montgomery 

James Morris 



Mary Ann Kiplinger 
Bruce Kittredge 
Eileen Knific 

George Murray 
Roger Neide 
James O'Neil 



Frank Knific 
Leona Kollar 
Joan Kopanski 

John Orlando 

Audrey Ott 
Elizabeth Palko 



Joan Kovach 
Richard Kuebler 
Edna Mae Kuntz 

Marian Patetc 
Robert Pacquin 
Robert Perkins 



Charles Rustic 
Mary LaBounti 
Louis Lanese 

Thomas Petsanis 

Sally Pollock 

Lois Pringlc 



Delbert Lanning 
Marilyn Lasher 
Bettv'l.ou Ljubi 

Harold Prosser 

Allura Ramona 

Ruth Rawls 




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Jacob Reebel 
Barbara Repickey 
Robert Replogie 

Edgar Stoddard 

Mae Stoddard 

Louis Spino 



Ruth Rickenbrode 
Gertrude Ritchings 
Don Samuel 

Thomas Strauss 

Betty Thomas 

Marilyn Thomas 



Frank Sasso 
Kenneth Saywell 
Leonard Sobrocco 

Richard Toth 

Doris Trommetter 

Thomas Turner 



William Schwartz 
Robert Sears 
Nancy Setron 

Robert Brown 

Charles VonHot 

Nancy Ware 



Nathan Shrewsbury 
Richard Sivola 
Edna Smith 

Lois Webb 

Richard Wetzler 

Nancy Will 



Alice Smith 
Leonard Soros 
Doris Southworth 

Robert Young 

Vitty Yuska 

Robert Zeller 



Harry Steele 
Carol Steghamper 
Bonnie Steinfurth 

Joan Zni 




THOSE NOT PICTURED 



Richard Altknecht 
Elizabeth Blackwell 
Augustine Criado 
Frank Joranko 
Richard Possington 
Evelyn Phillips 
Katherine VonHof 
Fred Andreucci 
Gloria Arvay 
Calvin Barclay 



William Erb 

Will red Everett 

Gerald Keyes 

Gladys Leonardi 

Anthony Miklavic 

Robert Miller 

Ward Nolan 

James Powell 

Pauline Salanitro 

Robert Williams 

Richard Crowell 





FORMAL 




TIME 





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MISS DAVIS 7B 



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First row: G. Wallace, G. Schlauch, K. Bubnis, M. Bellet, R. Setron. 

Second roii 1 : R. Bailey, W. Eyi'on, C. Damato, A. Tarantino, L. Wilhelm, C. Waterwash, 
D. Jameson, F. Fabec, B. Clavan. 

Third row: J. Torrey, D. West, R. Thrasher, T. Bvrum, H. Welch, M. McVeen, R. Pollock, 
W. Arndt, W. Tollman. 

Fourth row: C^Nelson, M. W. Hollyfield, P. Toth, J. Mathews, G. DeVauIl, B. Key, M. Sal- 
strom, R. Nullick. 

Fifth row: S. Shields, D. Funk, G Mentler, C. Morgan, F. Powell, J. Whiteside, C. Fill- 
singer, J. Wise. 

Sir Hi row: B. Shibley, R. Ingraham, R. Campbell, R. Payne, G. Gressley. 

Seventh row: R. Buchta, R. Tiffany, E. Timoney, B. Van Sier. 

MISS PIERSON 7A 




First rozv: C. Crockett, D. Auer, B. Haywood, J. Zevin, B. Warner, D. Frabatto, F. Gietano. 

Second row: K. Sandstrom, A. DeBenedictus, M. Anderson, N. Wallaug, M.Faber, D. 
Mesojedic, M. Paliet, C. Hanks, F. Martin. 

Third roiv: D. Trehec, D. Krane, T. Bernhardy, B. Rider, G. McPherson, N. Folks, D. 
Blossom, R. Keating, T. Mason. 

Fourth row: J. Anderson, J. Huddleston, B. Lindsay, G. Gressley, K. Kaltenhach, C. Bow- 
man, E. Wittine, G. Arendt. 



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MISS GILLMAN 8B 



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First rovj: R. Brown, J. Feldman, M. Shulson, D. Wilson, M, De Benedictus, R. Cicerelli, 
R. Seaman. 

Second roiv: K. Moeller, G. Rosenthal, G. Shepard, D. Burke, D. Holzheimer, R. Berndt, 

W. Foster, J. Guarino, C. Kuehn. 
Third rote: M. LeBretton, P. Kramer, J. Gribbons, M. Read, B. Wise, E. Yovanne, K. Bates, 

J. Frost, J. Poch, J. Jackson, B. Hoffman. 
Fourth row: R. Guest, K. Roberts, C. Strauss, G. Gardner, F. Longo, D. McPherson, R. 

Widowski, R. Augustine. 
Fifth row: B. McGar, T. Spoeri, G. Greaves, L. Katnik, B. Schudel, J. Thompson, M. 

Parenti, B. Sherman. 
Sixth row: H. Henry, B. Hagen, E. Jonassen, E. Mollison, J. Pitroski, M. Cardinale, K. 

Koch, D. Chastain, C. Sandstrom, D. Colantonio, M. Byrum. 
Seventh row: S. Pettit, G. Lebar, N. Scheidemantel, B. Marraccini, M. Longo, C. Slower, 

J. Toth, P.. Troup, F. Shcottke, N. Nelson, K Sturm. 
Eighth row: J. Sabini, C. Ropes, L. Parr, M. Krecic, N. Demeter, D. Domenik. 



Page Forty-six 



MISS WOODWORTH 8A 

First row: E. Wilson, M. A. Klein, D. Calabrese, C. Znidarsic, P. Doganiero, R. Brandt, 
A. Guinta, J. Blood, J. Greve. 

Second row: R. Manacelli, M. A. Holdren, E. Waltmade, A. Meyers, K. Sullivan, J. Christo- 
pher, B. Dixon, F. Kubicek, J. Sankey, E. Ropes. 

Third row: M. Pederson, M. Calabrese, D. Earl, G. Brasch, M. Egger, P. Solon, W. War- 
ner, M. Selby, R. Christopher, E. Hauser, E. Nobbe, P. Shephard, J. Woodruff, T. 
Parisi, G. Nelson, W. Kartinan, W. Lindsay, J. Klaindeinst, R. Marick, B. Devine. 



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GIRL RESERVES 




First row: P. Mueller, I). McGinnis, J. Morris, J. Loyke, S. Tovvsey, K. Mayfield, N. Drach. 
Second roic: N. Hershberger, B. Repicky, Y. Ramoni, D. Clarricoates, L. Aberdorth, M. 

Lasher, C. Stegkatnper. 
Third row: C. Knox, \i. Thomas, J. Hugg, J. Bucktel, R. Richenbrode, J. O'Neill, V. Fitz- 

patrick, J. McKnight, N. Mitchell. 
Fourth row: M. Burns, N. Will, N. Setron, M. Hollybush, L. Kollar, E. Kranzi, G. Ritch- 

ings, N. Ware, P. Collins. 



Page Forty-seven 




RANDOM 
SHOTS 



1 JUNIOR PLAY 
PRODUCTION STAFF 



2 ST. PATRICK'S DANCE 
KING— CHUCK HILL 



3 LOVE BLOSSOMS 

BETWEEN PAM 
AND JERRY NORTH 



4 THE TALL AND 
SHORT OF IT ALL! 



5 LUNCH IN YE OLDE 
CAFETERIA 



Page Forty-eight 



AROUND 
SHORE 



1 LEFT TO RIGHT: PETE 
MIHELIC, VETUS SYRA- 
CUSE, BOB WRIGHT 



2 HILARIOUS MOMENT 

- IN "MR. AND MRS. 

NORTH " 



3 "MURDER!" 
MULLINS SAYS! 



4 A FAMILIAR PORTAL 
OF SHORE 



5 THE JUNIOR HIGH 
CHEF CLUB AT WORK. 




Page Forty-nine 



/; 'Oo'„ 



GIRLS 

the boys adored 








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Page Fifty 




First row: B. Stone, D. Morgan, D. Morris, J. Wilkinson, T. Drach, J. Gietano, J. Robich, 

D. Burke, C. Loos. 
Second rozv: N. Fischer, M. Stoner, S. Gran, K. Moschell, Y. Hansen, E. Auer, D. Rini, 

D. Spangler, R. Pierce. 
Third row: Mr. Whiteside, J. Mayer, J. Ferro, G. Beck, B. Ehlert, D. McLean, J. Weber, 

L. Molner, W. Hansen, R. Wach. 



National Honor Society 

Those who are high in the attributes of "Leadership. Scholarship, Service 
and Character are eligible for membership in the highest honorary organization 
that Shore High School can offer. The members of the National Honor Society 
are elected from the upper third of the Junior and Senior classes. 

In February the Society holds an initiation ceremony at which the new 
members are elected. Mr. Whiteside and the members remaining from the past 
year are in charge of conducting this assembly. 



PRES. : TOM DRACH 



TREAS.: JUDY WILKINSON 




SEC: TO GIETANO 



I'ni/c Fifty two 



FRES. : ELFKIEDA AUER 




SEC: NANCY FISCHKK 



National Forensic League 

With a scholastic rating in the upper third of his class, and twenty public 
speaking and inter-scholastic debate points, a student may become a member of 
the National Forensic League. An additional thirty points entitles one to hold 
the degree of Merit, a total of one hundred means the degree of Honor, while a 
total of two hundred points bring the highest degree, the degree of Distinction. 

Mr. Baumer believes that this year's squad will carry on the traditions of 
fine debating and speaking, for there are many outstanding speakers in the group. 



First row: B. Lux, J. Manley, B. Stone, E. Auer, N. Fischer, R. Pierce, Y. Hansen, G. 

Sherman. 
Second row: J. Wessel, B. Hansen, Mr. Baumer, J. West, B. Ehlert. 




Page Fifty-three 




First row: B. Ehlert, E. Auer, J. Wilkinson, G. Raymond, D. Schutt. 
Second row: S. McQuown, C. Loos, N. Fischer, D. Burke, J. Schulmeister. 



National Quill and Scroll 

Outstanding' Journalistic work is recognized by the grant of 
membership in National Quill and Scroll. Students who are in the 
upper third of their classes and have done superior work for the 
Breeze or Annual are qualified for membership. 

Mr. Vaughn selects those on the Breeze staff who he feels 
have done exceptional work, while Mr. Angene selects the best 
talent from the Annual Staff. If the example of the student's work 
which is sent to national headquarters is approved, the student then 
becomes a member of the organization. 




famm 



Page Fifty-four 




Ad Committee 

The Ad Committee is an invaluable organization in the school. Pre-sale of 
tickets for all football and basketball games is handled by the committee's mem- 
bers. These games, westling meets, and the enormous task of running the District 
and Sectional Basketball Tournament, are the responsibility of these students, 
under the supervision of the athletic manager, Mr. Spangler. 

People are chosen for this committee only if they are dependable, have good 
scholarship, and are not on the team. 

The Ad Committee is strictly a service to the school, and the only social 
event is the annual banquet held in the spring, celebrating the end of their duties 
for the year. 

Chairman Clyde BerndsEn 

/ 'ice-Chairman S'fELLA Seokar 

Secretary Janet Schulmeister 



First row: P. Hawks, A. Ettenger, J. Schulmeister, S. Gran, C. Loos, B. Sumner, J. Hauser. 
Second row: N. Fischer, J. Relyea, D. Read, B. Langa, S. Slokar, D. .Spangler, D. Rini, 

L. Martin, R. Pedersen. 
Third row: C. Ramona, E. Stibich, P. Savage, J. Tarantino, G. Sherman, E. Molnar, 

J. Weber, Air. Spangler. 
Fourth row: D. Auckland, C. Berndsen, B. Hansen, E. Schewell. L. Giampoli, B. Ehlert 

J. McKee, W. Brahms. 




Page Fifty-five 




First rozv: J. Glesk, J. Ferro, Miss Lemon, P. Anderson, J. Robich. 
Second row: B. Steele, J. Hairell, D. Schutt, R. Jenz. 



Student Council Advisory 
Board 



Just as each club must have its advisor, the Student Council 
selects a complete advisory board. On this board the cabinet and 
honorary members are regular members who have shown unusual 
ability. 

It is these students' duty to formulate the plans of the council 
and to see that they are carried out. 

Miss Lemon directs and aids the board. 



Page Fifty-six 




First row: D. Wilk, M. Kozan, R. Jenz, J. Harrell, J. Ferro, P. Anderson, J. Robich, 

S. Grau, F. Hauser. 
Second row: J. Zevin, C. Johnson, B. Classen, B. Springer, J. Kozan, J. Glesk, M. Borich, 

C. Ament, D. Morgan, D. Samuels, A. Mayer, K. Sturn, R. Setron. 
Third row: B. Thompson, B. Steele, F. McLean, C. Barclay, N. Weichelt, D Schutt, T 

Drach, F. Fondran, E. Shulson. 



Student Council 

The Student Council is an organization which represents the 
whole student body. Each home room elects a boy or girl which in 
turn participates in the meetings. Any student becoming dissatisfied 
with some activity in the school, reports it to the council. This is 
the most important organization in the school and it is under the 
capable leadership of Miss Lemon. 

President Jim Ferro 

Vice-President Jack Harrell 

Secretary Josephine Robich 




Page Fifty-seven 



>ervice 



Club 



President Dorothy Rini 

Vice-President .....Marge Kozan 

Secretary Joanne Rini 

Treasurer EeFRIEDa AuER 

Many of the tasks that were formerly put off or neglected 
around Shore are now carefully attended to by the Service Club. 
There are "Hostesses" situated at prominent places in the main 
corridor to direct visitors and strangers to the office and to offer 
any other help that they can. 

Each year, under the guidance of Miss Campbell, the organi- 
zation has sponsored a drive to raise money for stamps so that the 
Shore Servicemen will receive the "Breeze" every week, and many 
other services from which present students and alumni benefit. 



I'irst row. L. Martin, C. Stegkamper, J. Rini, M. Kozan, D. Rini, E. Auer, J. Gietano, 

J. Wilkinson, P. Kreilach. 
Second rozv. N. Fischer, J. Clarke, G. Raymond, S. Jones, J. Kozan, C. Jenkins, S. Perry, 

C. Greeves, J. Buettner, M. Kmnamon, J. Robich. 
Third row: M. Flemming, A. Berg, G. Fitzpatrick, J. Glesk, J. Jnlyan, J. Schukneister, 

R. Janz, K. Ferro. 
Fourth rozv: D. Spangler, P. Langdon, B. Will, J. Loyke, F. Hanser, S. Grau, Z. Anderson, 

K. Pierce, P. Teller, L. Webb, S. Slokar, R. Brockman. 




Page Fifty-eight 




First row: A. Browett, L. Pederson, J. Carlgren, M. Kozan, E. Auer, M. Kinnamon, M. 

Wellington, J. Conly, J. Wilkinson. 
Second row: J. Gietano, J. Relyea, A. Jennison, D. Paliet, M. Stoner, Y. Hansen, V. Baraga, 

D. Morris, J. Robich, M. Clifford," G. Raymond. 
Third row: B. Sumner, P. Hawks, A. Ettenger, K. Newton, B. Stone, S. McQuown, M. 

Randell, D. Morgan, S. Slokar, S. Paul, D. Woelker, D. Christopher, P. Long, A. 

Meder, C. Loos. 
Fourth row: M. Otters, N. Fischer, R. Jenz, D. Burke, C. Anderson, D. Cergol, V. Smith, 

J. McQuigan, D. Rini, S. Grau, R. Pierce. 



Senior Sisters 



The Senior Sisters was organized three years ago for the pur- 
pose of helping the Freshman girls to make a happy and satisfac- 
tory adjustment to high school life. The senior girls are chosen, 
according to their qualifications by Miss Pierson and Miss Al- 
brecht, the sponsors of the organization. Miss Albrecht states, "The 
girls chosen are the cream of the crop." 



President ElFrieda Auer 

Vice-President Martha Kinnamon 

Secretary and Treasurer Marge Kozan 



Page Fifty-nine 



Log Business Staff 

The quality of any annual greatly depends upon the work of 
the Business Staff, for, to the Business Staff is assigned the task 
of raising money. This is done principally by means of subscrip- 
tions, advertisements and boosters. 

Members of this staff trudge tirelessly from dealer to dealer, 
seeking promises for ads, and then trudge some more to collect the 
money from those who have promised. 

Although entirely indispensible. the staff enjoys little of the 
glory of directing others ; each individual must work, and work 
hard. 

Directing this important work is Miss Phypers, and we thank 
her sincerely for her able help and guidance. 



First row: H. Hahn, P. Hawks, A. Ettenger, M. Wellington, A. Berg. 
Second row: D. Read, G. Raymond, J. Relyea, P. Cole, A. Browett, J. Carlgren, B. Sumner. 
Third row: P. Wright, J. Harrell, B. Bitzer, D. Schutt, B. White, P. Anderson, J. Hough. 
Fourth rozv: C. Anderson, M. Hrabak, P. Teller, J. Conly, V. Pettet, M. Randall, J. Glesk, 
F. DeBenedictus, L. Herman, D. Morgan. 




Pat/c Sixty 



i 




First row: T. Drach, B. Stone, J. Wilkinson, K. Newton, J. Ferro. 

Second row: E. Auer, S. McQuown, D. Morris, Y. Hansen, M. Walters, A. Meder, S. Slokar. 

Third roiv: R. Pierce, N. Fischer, V. Baraga, D. Burke, C. Loos. 



Log Editorial Staff 



Editor Christine Loos 

Photography Elfrieda Auer 

Journalism Nancy Fischer 

Each year the Editorial Staff accepts a challenge — the chal- 
lenge of making a bigger and better annual. The accomplishment 
of this goal can be attained only if everyone cooperates. Even with 
this cooperation, however, the publication of an annual requires 
long hours of work on the part of everyone. 

Decisions constantly confront the staff: what paper shall we 
use, what kind of printing do we want, how many pages can we 
afford, to mention only a few. Perhaps the most important prob- 
lem is that of fairly representing the entire school, and making the 
entire annual interesting to as many people as possible. 



Page Sixty-one 



Breeze Staff 



Due to the cooperation and hard work of all its staff members, 
the Breeze has again excelled in high school edition. The National 
Scholastic Press Association has awarded the Shore Breeze a first 
class honor rating. 

The Breeze boasts 550 eager subscribers and despite the ending 
of the war it still has a mailing list of over 250 servicemen. 

Mr. Vaughn is the faculty advisor of the paper. 

1st Semester 
Editor — Bill Hansen 

2nd Semester 

Editorial Board — Nancy Fischer, 

Jill Julyan, Aline Ettenger, 

Clvde Berndsen, Chairman 



First row: P. Cole, C. Anderson, D. Burke, J. Glesk, M. Hrabak, L. Pederson, A. Berg. 
Second row: N. Fischer, C. Loos, A. Jennison, D. Paliet, S. McQuown, J. Schulmeister, 

J. Julyan, A. Ettenger, S. Grau, G. Fitzpatrick, S. Slokar. 
Third row: W. Roberts, E. Saywell, B. Bitzer, C. Berndsen, B. Hansen, J. Tarantino, L. 

Giampoli, J. Himes, T. Danforth, F. Koraciu. Mr. Vaughn. 




Page Sixty-two 



Garfield and Shore 
Tingle For Title 
At 3:30 P.M. Today 



SHORE BREE£E 



War Chest Drive 

To Be Conducted 

Oct 17 ami 16 



VeUaw XXIV. Number 4 



Sbore High School. Euclid. Oh.c 



Fr.«Uj, October 12, IMS 



Euclid School 
Enrollment Up 
2009 over 1940 

Present Enrollment 
Schools, 5139; 
Room in Use 

By Bill HBm.n 

With the staggering 
mem of 5,139 student*, t 
did school system has m 
increase of 510 pupils o\ 
year and 2,009 over th< 
enrollment. All schools have ; 
boon of incoming pup'!* whicli 
must be coped with in the pres- 
ent existing conditions. 

Every room in each of the 
five Euclid schools is filled to 
capacity. Even former rooms 
that were used for storage and 
the like have been reconverted 
into class rooms to care for t 
added load. 

Kindergartens have experi- 
enced the greatest gain in en- 
rollments. The high school gain 
has been rather low compared 
with this kindergarten gain. 
Reference to the birthrates, 
however, show that during the 
1930's the births were low. 
These are the students that are 
now in the high school. Com- 
paratively, the birthrate five 
years ago was very high, hence 
the influx of many kindergar- 
ten students. 

With such large enrollments. 
Euclid school boards have been 
able to maintain an extremely 
stable attendance record. High 
school students have the high- 
est average of attendance but 
the elementary grades and the 
kindergarten also have high 
percentages. At Shore the at- 
tendance for the high school 
was 97.55', and for the ele- 
mentary school 96.9995 for the 
"month of September. 

Any new students in the Eu- 
clid area will meet with con- 
siderable difficulty because of 
crowded conditions. Plans for 
the new high school will b 
pressing issue from now on. 



You're Not Seeing Double or 
{Cross-eyed- It's Just Mike and Ike 




Eisenhower's Band to Come to 
Shore for Victory Loan Rally 



Teeter Returns To 

Substitute for Harper 

James Teeter, former Shore 
music teacher, will take ovei 
Monday morning the duties of 
Mr. Harper in the two Euclid 
high schools while Mr. Harper t'uyal 
is m the hospital. He will re- 
turn to the Euclid school sys- 
tem as regular teacher some- 
this school year. 
Mr. Teeter has just returned 
im the European theater of 



Program Oct- 30; It Official 
Opening (or Cuyahoga 
Co. 8th Victory Loan 

Eisenhower's >*4 piece hand 

will officially open the eighth 

National Victory Loan drive for 

County hi the Shore 



tip.. 



auditorium on October SO. 

In this program, open to the 
public, Eisenhower*! name band 
v\ ill present a stirring concert. 



wax after being in the aimy 
I'm three years and eight 
months. 

Mi. Teeter was a bund and 
orchestra leader at Short until 
he left for the army in \'MZ. 

Hi- made his first appearance 



Mayor Sims has been instru- 
mental in securing this spec- 
tacular include to this vital 
Bond drive. 

With peace at our doorstep, 
it is the public's task to wel- 
come it in by supporting this 



driv 
to j 



at Shore since he entered the 
service at the Shore-Orange 
game last Friday. He was all 
smiles as he walked about 
greeting faculty members and 
former students. It is needless 
to say that Mr. Teeter is glad 
to be back and he said that 
(topics of the Breeze have kept 
him well informed about activi- the great 
ties at the school. He received ever been 



in 
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in the 
inn. 
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this t 

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it lie hopes 
opportunity 

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ve the 

boosting the 
nouncement of tin- event. 

This i> undoubtedly ora of 
-t featuu-s that has 
held within the four 



the Breeze fair 



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War Chest Drive, 
October 17 and 18 

War Chest contributions will 
be collected at Shore in a two* 
day campaign next Wednesday 
and Thursday. 

Miss Edith Lemon is in 
charge and will be assisted by 
homeroom teachers and home- 
room council representatives. 

"Although there is no set 
goal this year." stated Miss 
Lemon, "1 hope all students 
and teachers will give as freely 
as they can." 

A goal of $700 was topped 
with $839 in student contribu- 
tions last year. Teachers and 
custodians added another $331 
for a total of $1,070. 

Before the war students made 
token contributions, but during 
the war the increased need 
caused Increased contributions. 



Tentative Cast at 
Work on Class Play 

Nervous moments are not 
over for the juniors yet. since 
only a tentative cast for the 
play "Nothing But The Truth" 
has been chosen. As yet no defi- 
nite decisions have been made 
by Director Baumer about who 
will be assigned to any part. 

Mr. Baumer who has played 
the lead Bob Bennett, many 
times himself, started right off 
on Monday practicing the most 



only for himself. Van is a mid- 
dle aged and dry humored man 
Dick Donnel, a young man ami 
is inclined to be a wolf. 

The production staff as yet 
has not been chosen. 



4 Students Will 
Debate at Shaw 

On October 19, four Short- 
seniors will travel to Shaw for 
a judged debate on the question 
"Should every able-bodied boy- 
have a year of military train- 
ing before the age of 24?" As 
yet, the names of the partici- 
pants has not been announced. 



Music Program 
Set for Nov. 30 

The senior choir and several 
other of Mr. John Beck's mu- 
sical organizations along with 
:bc band under the direction of 
Mr. Harper will present an eve- 
ning of joyous musical enter- 
tainment Friday, November 30. 
The popular song "If I Loved 
Y. 
M 



walls of Shore's auditorium. 

I Detail.- have mil yet been set- 
tled. Mayor Sims and Mr. Er- 

'wine have held consultations 

and will be able to disclose 

,|more facts in the near future. 



Dr. Dunham Speaks 
To Senior Class 
On Liberal Arts 



Junior and senior English 

It-lasses were privileged to hear 

especially arranged by Dr. Dunhan, head of the Ger- 

Beck's son, Lawrence, man department at Ohio Wes- 



.1 



"Song of Freedom", and "I 
Heard A Forest Praying" will 
he some of the songs featured 
gala night. 

Soloists for the evening will 
be Judy Wilkinson and Tom 
Ramona. 

The selections by the band 
as yet have not been announced 
by Mr. Harper. 



difficult f embarrassing) parts — — 
first. 

The character in the play art 
as follows; (J wen Ralston 
feminine lead, 
cerned woman 



male lead, a 
speak 1 young 
Mrs. Ralston. 
mother; Ethel, 



P.-T.A. Family Night and Open House 
To Be Held October 24 at Shore 



A talk entitled "Getting speech will be a key note in this 
Along With Each Other" will he series of talks to be given by- 
given by Mr. Frank Suhadolik. speakers of various national- 
librarian of the luterculttiral | ities. 



young, uncon- 

Bob Bennett, 

serious 'so to 

business %ia 

Owens society 

scatterbrained school at 8:00 o'clock, 
young lady who thinks she can With the .-nd of the war, 
play the piano and sing; Sable!P.-TA has selected for it.- 
and Mable. witty light - hearted theme fur this school year 
sisters; and Martha, the maid. "Children and World Peace". 

Bishop Doarn i-- a serious fro- These programs are planned to. will be exhibited to the par- Shore to lecture, not as a sale. 

getter of money for hi, church; '' ; " ; ' i ""'" understanding ems. Mr. August A ^rartkaris . ampaign. but ,.. make thi- rt. 11 

'of international and inter-cul- chairman of this year- P.-T.A. work .. part of their education- 
Mr. Ralston, Gwens father, isout tn: 1 ideas. Mi Suhadolik'! i grams. a) plan 



library, at the P.-T.A. family 
night and open house on Wed- 
nesday, October ".4, in Siiore 



the 



This program is a part of the 
Ohio Education Week, whose 
purpose is to interpret for par- 
ents the educational activities 
of Euclid schools and to provide 
an opportunity for the parents 
•i> meet and talk with the teach- 
ers. Work done by the students 



leyan college, speak on Wed- 
nesday, October Id. during the 
eighth and ninth periods. Dr. 
Dunhan's topic was "Liberal 
Arts and What They Mean To 
Us". All students taking a col- 
lege preparatory course were 
invited to attend this lecture. 

Dr. Dunhan is from Dayton 
Steele high school. He gradu- 
ated from Ohio Wo«leyan in 
11129, then spent a year study- 
ing in Germany, and received 
'lis Ph.D. at Wisconsin Univer- 
sity. 

Dr. Dunhan is the chairman 

>f a group responsible for the 
New- iiumanitus course given 

.t Ohio W.-sley.m. 

Liberal Arts i- ..lie of the 
most discussed subjects in col- 
lege circles today. Chicago Uni- 
versity and Harvard are stress- 
ing the need of this type of 
education and Ohio Wesleyan 
also fully supports this belief. 
We-leyan's curriculum i- based 
largely on this belief. There- 
fore. Dr. Dunhan uu* sent to 




Don Schutt, Dorothy Burke, Bob Homer, Jim Ferro 



"Mr. and Mrs. North" 
By Owen Davis 
Director, Mr. Lester Angene 

Mrs. North Donna Morris, Dorothy Burke 

Mr. North Don Shntt 

Buano.--. Al Greene 

Louis Berex ...Tack Harrell 

Jane Wilson Kathleen Newton, Gail Fitzpatrick 

Ben Wilson _ Tom Drach 

Claire Brent Carol Anderson, Anne Meder 

Clinton Edwards Ralph Edwards 

Mrs. Brooks Barbara Stone, Judy Wilkinson 

Cooper Ken Emerick 

Mr. Brooks Don Brennan 

Lieutenant Weigand Jim Eerro 

Mullins Bob Homer 

Gordon ..Al LaChance 

Jenkins ICent Hooker 

Medical Examiner Jim Bovle 

Police Photographer.. Stan K< illar 

Ross ( Eingerprint man) Joe Mailander 

Fuller Brush Man .George Beck 

O'Malley Bob Easter 

Barnes Chuck George 

Brent Bob Bitzer 

"Mr. and Mrs. North" is the first play production in the history of Shore 
School to run for three nights, and because of its large number of male parts and 
few female parts, the girls were doublecast. Guided and expertly coached by Mr. 
Angene, the play was a huge success. 

Page Sixty-four 



Senior Production Staff 

"BEHIND THE SCENES" 

Bookholdcr — Elfrieda Auer. 

Publicity — Christine Loos, Chairman, Shirley McQuown, June Carlgren, Jack 
Odell. 

Stage Managers — Nancy Fischer, Chairman, Josephine Gietano, Dorothy Paleit, 
Gloria Raymond, Dorothy Rini. 

Lighting — Jim McKee, Norman Mason. 

Tickets — Sara Grau, Chairman, Lorraine Hermann, Pat Cole, Marge Kozan. 

Reservations — Aline Ettenger, Chairman, Hartill Hahn, Pat Hawks, Betty 



S 



umner. 



Costumes — Mary Wellington, Chairman, Dorothy Read, Ruth Jenz, Dolores 
Cergol. 

Properties — Virginia Pettet, Chairman, Joan Relyea, Virginia Smith, Martha 
Kinnamon. 

The Production Staff for "Mr. and Mrs. North" worked long and hard to 
achieve the smooth working plans that under girded the play. Remember that the 
success of a play lies also on the co-operation and efforts of the back-stage crews 
as well as of the actors. 




Page Sixty-five 




First row: M. Shirk, H. Vihtelic, J. Schulmeister, M. Odell, C. Reihl. 

Second row: P. Savage, V. Syracuse, B. Strathern, N. Fischer, J. Mavsar, C. Mathias, 

J. Dinsmore. 
Third row: A. Frey, D Spangler, N. Bullard, K. Moschell, J. Koeckert, R. Jenz. 



Junior Play 



"Northing But The Truth" 

By James Montgomery 
Director, Mr. Meryl Baumer 

Robert Bennett Bill Strathern 

E. M. Ralston John Mavsar 

Gwen Ralstom. Janet Schulmeister 

Bishop Doran Jay Dinsmore 

Clarence Van Dusen Vetus Syracuse 

Dick Donnelly Cliff Mathias 

Mrs. E. M. Ralston _ Marilyn Odell 

Sable Jackson Mary Shirk 

Mable Jackson Charmine Riehl 

Ethel Clark Nancy Fischer 

Martha Helen Vihtelic 

Understudies 

Natalie Bullard, Ruth Jenz, Jill Koeckert, Dolly Spangler, 

Anne Krey, Kathleen Moschell 

Before an auditorium which was almost a complete sell-out on both Novem- 
ber 16 and 17, the Junior Class proudly presented "Nothing But The Truth". 
Meryl Baumer successfully directed the two-night show, and the juniors are al- 
ready awaiting the time when they may again give such a production. 



Page Sixty-six 



Junior Production Staff 



"BEHIND THE SCENES" 

Chairmen 

Manager.. Paul Savage 

Publicity Dorothy Paleit 

Posters... - - ..Sara Grau 

Stage Manager, Scenery Ronald Nulick 

Costumes June McOuigan 

Properties Pat Bloss 

Reservations Martha Kinnamon 

Tickets .Marge Sternberg 

Lighting James McKee, Dick Satava 

The various committees of this staff worked hard for weeks in advance as- 
sembling properties, planning scenery and costumes. Presenting a difficult prob- 
lem was the change of scenery in the first act, but the stage crews overcame this 
obstacle. 



First row: M. Sayers, J. Clarke, D. Duiker, R. Oliver, P. Langdon, B. Will, P. Ditrich, 

M. Kinnamon, D. Christopher. 
Second rozv: M. Holzmer, A. Keyes, G. Duval, J. McDowell, P. Long, D. Rini, J. Mc- 

Guigan, B. Boklin, M. Matzezic, G. Brooks, J. Henn. 
Third row: O. Taylor, C. Anent, E. Shulson, D. McLean, D. Ridilla, B. Raney, J. Nesbitt. 
Fourth row: N. Johnson, J. Doganiero, A. Jennison, J. Julyan, P. lavage, D. Paleit, M. 

Sternberg, P. Bloss. 
Fifth row: A. Ulle, A. Lzubi, J. Santon, M. Kozan, S. Grau, J. Palko, Betty Taylor. 




Page Si.rty-scvcn 




First row: P. Cole, J. Relyea, J. Wilkinson, M. Clifford, D. Rojeck, P. Hawks, B. Sumner, 

A. Browett, J. Geitano, D. Morris, S. Slokar, G. Raymond, J. Robich, A. Ettenger. 
Third row: P. Rapp, H. Harm, V. Baraga, D. Read, M. Wellington, M. Hrabak, F. De- 

Benedictus, G. Pitzpatrick, A. Berg, D. Morgan, M. Randell, E. Auer, V. Pettet. 
Fourth row: C. Loos, J. Carlgren, C. Anderson, D. Burke, S. McQuown, S. Paul, V. Sped, 

R. Nelson, L. Hermann, J. Yambersich. 
Fifth row: M. Stoner, B. Stone, K. Newton, J. Glesk, E. Dowis, J. Winzer, R. Pierce, 

F. Starina, B. Sperl. 
Sixth row: P. Teller, J. Conly, J. Rae, A. Syracuse, R. Soeder, F. Mattox. 



Friendship Club . . . Seniors 

President Donna Morris 

Vice-President Jo Gietano 

Secretary Stella Slokar 

Treasurer Sara Grau 

Program Chairman Dorothy Rini 

Social Chairtnan.... Marge Kozan 

Inter-club counselor .Dolly StanglER 

Girls from the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades may join the Friendship Club. 
This organization is a branch of the Y.W.C.A. whose purpose is, "To find and 
give the best"; whose motto is, "To face life squarely." 

Through the sponsorship of Miss Smith and Miss Patrick the club has at- 
tained recognition for its service work and also for its social affairs which in- 
clude the Hi-Y Friendship Christmas Formal, the Friendship Spring Formal, 
and Pox Social. 



Page Sixty-eight 




Junior Friendship 



First row: G. Brooks, M. Holzmer, J. Clarke, M. Savers. 

Second rozv: M. Sternberg, D. Christopher, P. Ditrich, S. Grau, M. Kozan, D. Rini, D. 

Spangler, M. Kinnamon. 
Third row: R. Jenz, J. Binder, B. Raney, D. Cergol, J. Schulmeister, J. Julyan, M. Odell, 

P. Long, D. Paleit, V. Smith, J. Palko, A. Martin, A. Raglow. 
Fourth row: J. Weybrecht, O. Taylor, J. McGuigan, P. Langdon, B. Will, S. Walters, J. 

Henn, J. Clarke, M. Sasso, A. Wilhelm. 
Fifth rozv: R. Wyatt, M. Shirk, V. Vihtelic, A. Jennisson, J. Koekert, N. Bullard, L. Kirch- 

ner, E. Langa, M. Rapp, K. Moschell, H. Kozlowski. 
Sixth row: P. Kohanski, J. Wilk, C. Reihl, R. Oliver, G. Duval, A. Keyes, B. Boldin, P. 

Bloss, M. Bahr, A. Frey. 
Seventh rozv: B. Murray, R. Kubicek, C. Hudec; B. Lewis, M. Stewart, J. Hatter. 



Sophomore Friendship 



First rozv: E. Berndsen, M. Blodgett, N. Niebes, S. Magnusson, K. Ferro, P. Kreilach, 
E. Andrews, L- Martin, R. Brockman. 

Second row: D. Wilk, D. Potokar, S. Perry, E. Kubicek, T. Molnar, A. Repasky, B. Kist- 
hardt, G. Kustin, C. Jenkins, J. Rini, A. Draz, D. Savwell, L. Yovanne, D. Wise, T. Clif- 
ford. 

Third rozv: J. Moore, P. Leash, M. Flemming, J. Kozan, S. Brasch, D. Sallinger, V. 
Shimrock, R. Dirk. 

Fourth rozv: P. Hammel, M. Howald, L. Davis, P. Klotz, C. Greves. 




Page Sixty-nine 



Hi-Y Chapter 1 



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i 




First rozv: J. Mailander, S. Kollar, W. Levitt, B. Curry. 

Second rozv: R. Wach, C. Matheke, E. Saywell, E. Stibich, J. Krauss, R. Nickels. 
Third rozv: B. Lux, B. Bitzer, C. Grossman, C. Berndsen, D. Auckland, D. Satava, C. Hill. 
fourth rozv: B. White, J. McKec, A. Nevar, J. Hough, E. Shulson, T. Danforth, V. Syra- 
cuse, J. Stevenson. 



Hi^Y Chapter 2 




First rozv: J. Dinsmore, A. LaChance, D. Rolla, J. Mavsar, C. George. 

Second rozv: K. Emerick, G. Fessenmeyer, J. Funk, J. Boyle, P. Stcgkamper. 

Third rozv: T. Drach, T. Cipriano, J. Harrell, R. Strobel, D. Schutt, .1. Tarantino, R. 

Schewell, I). Lewis. 
Fourth rozv: B. Ehlert, J. Ogilvie, B. Birch, T. Ramona, D. McLean, J. Obert, C. Ament. 



Page Seventy 



Hi^Y Chapter 3 




First roiv: J. Himes, J. Tarantino, D. Lanese, P. Anderson, A. Green. 

Second row: W. Roberts, N. Kozan, L. Giampoli, C. Mast, J. Mayer. 

Third row: J. Baglione, H. Kamon, K. Hooker, S. Mihelic, T. Travers, R. Huffman, 

A. Rosa. 
Fourth rozv: J. Ferro, H. Strain, C. Mathias, J. Odell, G. Beck, B. Brocone, E. Sullivan, 

J. Doganiero. 



Hi^Y 

The Hi-Y is the branch of the Y.M.C.A. for high school boys. 
The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create and maintain the high stand- 
ards of Christian living throughout the school and local community. 
Boys in their junior and senior years are selected by the members 
of the club through application. 

President Jack Odell 

Vice-President Norm Kozan 

Secretary Jim Baglione 

Treasurer Don McLean 




Page Seventy-one 



Red Cross Advisory Board 



The Red Cross Advisory Board handles the same work for 
this organization as the Student Council Board handles for the 
school. The members of the board represent each organization in 
the school and it is through these members that the Red Cross 
works in each of the several clubs in the school. 

This board also make the plans for the Red Cross. With the 
aid of Miss Lemon, their faculty advisor, they direct the activities 
of the Red Cross girls and make the organization one of the most 
valuable in the school. 

One of the best-known organizations in the school, this board 
works diligently all year. 



First row: B. Sumner, J. Kozan, R. Nelson, D. Morris, J. Loyke. 
Second row: D. Rini, M. Wellington, A. Draz, A. Mayer, L. Pederson, Miss Lemon. 

Third row: B. Fondran, J. Odell. 




Page Scvcnty-tivo 




First row: M. Penosa, J. Glesk, J. Kozan, R. Nelson, M. Hrabak, h. Pederson. 

Second row: E. Berndsen, E. Mora, M. Matyazic, L. Kisthardt, M. Mora, A. Browett, 

A. Draz, L. Martin, P. Kreilach. 
Third row: J. Conly, F. DeBenedictis, M. Wellington, C. Jenkins, M. Flemming, S. Jones, 

A. Syracuse, A. Lee. 
Fourth row: E. Andrews, W. Duiker, M. Howald, P. Hamel, R. Brockman, J. Zook, D. 

Brinz, M. Sartario. 



Red Cross 



"Unselfishly working for the benefit of others." This may 
characterize the Red Cross. Shore's active chapter, under the sup- 
ervision of Miss Lemon, has kept up Shore's traditional enthusiasm 
and superiority in quality of work in connection with the Ameri- 
can Red Cross. 

The girls in this organization give many valuable hours each 
year for the help of others. One of their most important projects 
this year was making favors for the men in Maine and Crile Hos- 
pitals. 



Page Seventy-three 



Newcomer's Club 




First row: D. Rini, F. Hauser, J. Wilkinson, J. Robich, A. Reyes. 
Second row. W. Reefe, C. Wilson, C. George, J. Feldman, P. Anderson. 
Third row: R. Jezerc, E. Shulson, J. Mavsar, B. Fondran. 

Chairman — Josephine Robich. 



Movie Operators 




N. Mason, J. AlcReo, D. Satava, B. Reehr. 
Chairman — I. McKee. 



Pai/c Seventy-four 




First roii': C. Anderson. C. Loos, R. Oliver, K. Newton, B. Sumner, J. Kelly, D. Paleit. 
Second row: Miss Gill, V. Baraga, B. Stone, H. Hahn, S. Grau, D. Rini, P. Hawks, A. Et- 
tenger, N. Fischer. 



G. A. C. Letter Winners 

President Kathleen Newton 

Vice-President Jean Kelly 

These girls can proudly wear the green and white Shore "S" 
they have so ably earned. The letters are won on a point basis, 
through bicycling, hiking, horseback riding and intramural partici- 
pation in basketball, volleyball, baseball, ping pong and badminton 
tournaments. 

Miss Gill sponsors the Girls' Athletic Club which is made up 
of girls from grades nine through twelve. 

The organization helps to promote clean sportsmanship and 
fine leadership among its members. 




Page Seventy-five 




National Athletic Scholastic 
Society 

One of the finest clubs in the school, the N.A.S.S. is the dream 
of all coaches for it combines scholarship with athletic ability. 

The main requirements for entrance are that a boy must be 
in the upper third of his class scholastically, and that he must have 
earned at least two letters. 

This club is among the newer ones. It was chartered only last 
vear. The charter members were all the graduating lettermen of 
1945. 

It is every athlete's amibtion to be recognized by being al- 
lowed to wear his school's emblem and also to be recognized as a 
member of this organization. 



First row: D. Lanese, G. Beck, D. McLean, S. Kollar, W. Levitt, A. Nevar. 

Second row: J. Mayer, C. Grossman, N. Kozan, J. Ferro, D. Rolla. 

Third row: Mr. Pohto, Mr. Spangler, Mr. Schwegler, Mr. Case, Mr. Eckert. 




Page Scvcnty-six 




First row: C. Chapman, R. Wyatt, P. Lavo, C. Hudec, M. Hrabak, D. Christopher, O. Tay- 
lor. 

Second row: B. Lewis, G. Fitzpatrick, H. Vihtelic, J. Weybrecht, M. Shirk, L,. Kirchner, 
R. Christopher, P. Hammel, V. Shimrock. 

Third row: Z. Anderson, D. Doneion, M. Hill, A. Mast, A. Criado. E. Knific, J. Moore, 
D. Wilk, M. Stewart. 

Fourth roiv: A. Criado, R. Warzniak, H. Yonngblood, B. Wayles. 



Whirlo Club 



The Whirlo Club is an organization created for the student 
body's enjoyment. Its sponsor is Miss Patrick. The club meets every 
other week and on Friday afternoons they have an enjoyable time 
roller skating at Skateland. 

Many times the club sponsors special skates at the Willoughby 
Roller Bowl. After a member has skated a certain number of times 
and receives a certain number of points he is awarded a letter. 

President.. Charlotte Hudec 



Page Seventy-seven 



Orchestra 




First row: A. Tarantino, P. Toth, D. Spangler, J. Clark, K. Moschell. 

Second rozv: B. Augustine, J. Kelly, R. Pierce, M Sasso, R. Oliver, M. Ferranti. 

Third row. Dale Harper, D. McPherson, A. Criado, R. Wach, J. Bresnan. 



Band 




t* 



Ci 



V J'* *• >2i m § *■ # & •: fit* : I 



7*7r.\/ roze/: D. Dobossy, A. Jamison, W. Warzniak, L. Keye, B. Murray, E. Koerper, J. Kel- 
ly, D. Duiker, M. Sasso, G. Fessenmeyer, J. Orlando, L. Sobrocco. 

Second row: R. Huffman, J. Rohrick, M. Kozan, K. Newton, B. Steffen, J. Mayer, R. Kur- 
zar, L. Spino, J. Wenning, R. Wach, R. Oliver. 

Third row: D. Samuel, D. Reed, A. Luikart, R. Pierce, R. Mocknv, T. Travers, A. Cergol, 
J. Brache, D. Wetzel. 

Fourth roiK<: S. Zanzig, J. Atkins, N. Marino, J. Craig. E. Shulson, W. Kuebler. 



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Page Seventy-eight 



Orchestra 



The Orchestra, despite its small size has accomplished wond- 
ers this vear in building and encouraging youthful musicians. They 
can be heard every 6th period in the auditorium playing a variety 
of music ranging from Bach to Kern. 

One of the orchestra's most important duties this vear was 
playing for Commencement. 




Band 



The Band under the direction of Mr. Dale Harper, is striv- 
ing this year to maintain the first place rating it earned last May 
in the Greater Cleveland Band Contest. The Hand could be seen all 
during football season practicing its peppy routines under the as- 
sistant director, Mr. Mitchell. Both Mr. Harper and Mr. Mitchell 
have great plans for next year. 



Page Seventy-nine 



enior 



Ch 



oir 



The enthusiastic interest shown in music the past few years has 
increased the Senior Choir so that now only members of the Junior 
and Senior class are eligible. Mr. Beck directs the choirs. 

Upon two years of active membership, the choir members are 
able to earn their letter. 




Aeolian Choir 



Members of the Sophomore Class and those of the Junior and 
Senior Class whose schedule will not enable them to become mem- 
bers of the Senior Choir are eligible for the Aeolian Group. 

Enthusiastic cooperation in this choir contributes to the earn- 
ing of a letter. 



Page Eighty 



On Wings of Song 




First row: J. Clarke, M. Odell, D. Cergol, D. Burke, A. Ettenger, S. McQuown, P. Rapp, 

M. Stewart, M. Hrabak, J. Wilkinson, N. Bullard, M. Kirchner, M. Rapp. 
Second roiv: D. Morgan, P. Teller, D. Royer, J. Palko, J. Julyan, P. Langdon, B. Raney, 

A. Keyes, P. Kohanski, A. Wilhelm, B. Hill, A. Metier, I. Carlgren, 15. Lewis, D. 

Spangler, G. Cicirclli, M, Saratario. 
Third row: M. Wellington, T. Schulmeister, J. Binder, R. Jenz, C. Anderson, P. Sped, 

S. Paul, M. Randell, M. Sternberg. 
Fourth row: S. Grau, D. Paleit, P. Stegkamper, J. Weber, D. McLean, B. Birch, D. Schutt, 

U. Lanesc, J. Boyle, K. Hooker, T. Dracri, J.- Harrell, B. Stone, E. Sandman, N. 

Fischer, J. McQuigan, M. Stoner, K. Moschell. 
Fifth row: D. Payne, E. Brown, R. Garrett, V. Syracuse, C. Ramona, B. Wayles, R. Crane, 

R. Ridilla, J. Ferro, E. Shulson. 
Sixth row: J. Obert, B. Hansen, G. Beck, B. Buerkel, S. Kollar, T. Ra 



camona. 




'fi(\f\ 



First row: L- Nobles, J. Burrows, J. Bullard, B. Blackwell, P. Mueller, Z. Anderson, D. 

Brinz, D. Salinger, S. Towsey, J. Manley, E. Thomas. 
Second row: N. Johnson, B. Eiselt, C. Wilson, M. Miller, P. Klotz, L. Davis, P. Hamel, 

M. Howald, C. Greves, L. Martin, L. Aberdorth, T. Molnar, J. Beuttner. 
Third row: V. Shimrock, J. Morris, K. Thompson, P. Terrell, C. Kustin, L. Yovonne, K. 

VonHoff, L. Roy, B. Dixon, L. Jerzy, B. West, D. Clarricoates. 



Page Eighty-one 




Megaphone Club 



All girls in grades 9-12 are eligible for the Megaphone Club. 
At the end of each year hve reserve cheerleader are selected by Mr. 
Pohto and the present cheerleaders. Then the reserve cheerleaders 
automatically become the varsity cheerleaders. 

Each year the club awards hve letters to the girls who have 
done the most outstanding work in this organization. This letter 
signifies exceptional ability in the held of cheerleading. 

President Carol Anderson 

Vice-President , Anne Mkdicr 

S 'cere lory Virginia Baraga 

Treasurer Dorothy PalKit 



Page Eighty-two 



Pep, Pep, and More Pep! 

THE MAJORETTES 



J$ £J| 




'Jr 



June McGuigan, Martha Stoner, Josephine Kozan, 
Head majorette, Dorothy Read. 



THE CHEERLEADERS 




Donna Morris, Anne Meder, Captain, Carol Anderson, Ruth Jenz, Virginia Baraga, 

Al Greene. 



Page Eighty-three 



Strut Your Stuff! . . Let's Hear Some Noise! 



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June McQuigan, Dorothy Read, Jo Kozan, Martha Sinner. 



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COACH WALTER SCHWEGLER 



Shore 13 Ashtabula 25 

Shore 19 Brush 13 

Shi ire 19 Bedford 6 

Shore 58 Orange 6 

Shore __._ Garfield 7 

Shore 41 Mayfield 

Shore 32 __ Maple Heights 

Shore 13 Euclid Central 

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FOOTBALL 




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VARSITY 

Firjf row: J. Himes, A. Rosa, C. Hill, P. Anderson, D^Anzells. 

Second roiv: E. Sullivan, H. Strain, C. Miller, J. Mayer, P. Steghamper, J. Odell, F. Mc- 
Lean. 
Third rozv: Coach Schwegler, C. Mast, W. Levitt, S. Kollar, D. McLean, J. Obert. 
Fourth rozv: B. Steele, B. Curry, G. Beck, N. Kozan, B. Birch, J. Ferro, A. Trivisono. 




MANAGERS 
Bernard Migchelbrink, E. Cyrgalis 



Page Eighty-seven 



PHII, ANDERSON 

A speedy senior quarterback 

and good ball handler, Phil 

will be missed next year. 



DON ANZELLS 

A sophomore end, Don is a 
sure tackier on end runs. 



GEORGE BECK 

Senior George received his 
football baptism at Maple 
Heights. His two seasons here 
showed his dependability. He 
is a good team man. 



BOB BIRCH 

Bob has progressed fast at 

tackle spot and has another 

year to show his ability. 



ROBERT CURRY 

An excellent place kicker, and 

a strong defensive player, Bob 

was rated with the best in the 

conference. 



WARREN LEVITT 

A valuable junior who will be 
back next season, Warren's 
power and excellent punting 
make him a fine backfield man. 





JIM HIMES 

Jim's love of the game has 

kept him on the squad for 

three years. His spirit and 

fight will be missed. 



CHARLES HILL 

As ball handler, and quarter- 
back, Chuck is the key man 
in the intricate Shore offen- 
sive. He is a junior and the 
smallest man on the team. 



NORMAN KOZAN 

One of the "big boys" on the 
line, Norm is a senior tackle. 
A scrapper, he is one of the 
most popular boys on the 
squad. 



STAN KOLLAR 

Mitz's senior year was his 
first as a regular. An excel- 
lent defensive player, very few 
yards were gained around his 
end. 



JIM FERRO 

A Senior whose spirit and 

love of the game will be 

missed, Jim's speed makes him 

a good backfield man. 



DICK LANESE 

One of the fastest runners in 
the league and a fine defensive 
player, Dick was unanimously 
chosen as all-conference. He 
was also captain of the team. 



DON LEWIS 

Don has seen much action as 

substitute tackier. He should 

be a regular next year. 



PAUL STEGHAMPER 

"Steggic" is an all-round 
utility man. He answers a 
coach's dream of a boy who 
can learn any position, quick- 
ly. His only desire is to play. 



CRAYTON MAST 

The "roly-poly boy" won a 
letter as center in 1944 as a 
sophomore. Now he has come 
back as a hard-driving full- 
back. 



CHUCK MILLER 

This scrappy little Junior guard 
is always in the line playing 
hard to win. Chuck's ability 
will greatly strengthen next 
year's team. 



JOE MAYER 

Joe improved week by week. 
Team mates often tell how 
difficult he is to move from 
guard spot in scrimmage ses- 
sion. 





ED SULLIVAN 

"Brother" Sullivan, about the 
fiercest player in the league 
was chosen as all-conference. 
His play calling from guard 
sparked the team. His spirit 
will lie missed next year. 



JACK ODELL 

A Senior halfback "Odie" is 

noted for his fight and team 

spirit. 



DON McLEAN 

A junior, Don held the regu- 
lar position at center. He has 
done an excellent job as a 
snapper back. 



JACK OBERT 

Although a junior, Jack played 
end regular this year. One of 
the fastest ends in this con- 
ference, his run against Brush 
will be long remembered. His 
195 pounds will be welcomed 
back next year. 



HERB STRAIN 

The starting left guard at 170 
pounds, Herb was very cap- 
able and scrappy. He was a 
strong contender for all-con- 
ference. 




First row: B. Grau, S. Mibelich, J. Julyan, B. Haniey, H. I >avidson, S. Kollar, J. Conway. 
Second rozv: R. Sanders, B. Curry, E. Sullivan, C. Mast, B. Malin, J. Ferro. 
Third row: R. Garrett, P. Anderson, C. Grossman, C. Ament, J. Odell, G. Hauser. 
Fourth row: Coach Swackhammer, G. Stockhauss, F. McLean, A. LaChance, D. Mar- 
tinet, J. Sankey, J. Mayer, B. Bitzer. 



Track Team . . . 1945 



The cindermen ended their 1945 season in third place for the second con- 
secutive year. 

The E.G.G.C. meet this year was the closest meet in the Conference history. 
Brush was first T7Yi points, Central was second with &7y2 and Shore third with 
87. 

Coached by Mr. Swackhammer, the boys have bright prospects for 1946. 
This year's team will be strengthened by such veterans as Jack Odell third and 
second place winner in the 220 and 100 respectively, Stan Kollar workhorse of 
the team, who performs well in many things including quarter-mile, high jump, 
hurdles and Jim Ferro ace-broad-jumper who suffered only two defeats all year. 



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Wrestling 

Shore 27 Rhodes 9 

Shore 7 Lakewood 30 

Shore 14 .....Marshall 26 

Shore 31 University 1 1 

Shore 18 Edison 31 

Shore 18. John Hay 23 

Shore 25 Garfield 17 

Shore 10 Adams 31 

Shore 26 ..Western Reserve 11 

Shore 16 West 24 

Shore 24... Collinwood 18 

Shore 5 Shaker 36 

Shore 8.... West Tech 26 

294 229 

Although the wrestling team was inexperienced they made a fine showing 
against experienced opponents. The boys worked all year and proved their worth 
by a very successful season. 

Their fine showing insures Shore of a fighting team for next year. 



First roxv: J. Holt, B. Birch, F. McLean, G. Binder, E Brown. 

Second roiv: Air. Swackhammer, R. Wach, J. Tarantino, T. Cipriano, J. Marino, J. Mihelich, 

Mr. Eckert. 
Third rozv: N. Marino, J. Doganiero, R. Tones, B. McQuown, F. Stump, A. Stephen, C. 

Hill. 
Fourtli row: C. Fox, D. Lewis, B. Curry. 




Page Ninety-three 





COACH FORD L. CASE 



ASSISTANT COACH DIBIASIO 



Basketball 



The Shore "five" ripped through the Conference winning all seven games 
clinching the Conference title. The team was fast and aggressive and always fought 
hard down to the last second. We at Shore appreciate having such a grand team 
as this and hope that next year's team can be equal to the Shore five of "45" and 
"46". 



SEASON RECORD 

Shore 41 Willoughby 

Shore 48 - Berea 

Shore 38 ...Ashtabula 

Shore 52 — Alumni 

Shore 80 . Mayfield 

Shore 40 Maple Hts. 

Shore 42 .Brush 

Shore 38 E. Central 

Shore 44 Parma 

Shore 51 .Bedford 

Shore 40 Orange 

Shore 31 University 

Shore 45 Garfield 



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VARSITY 

Dexter Rolla, Dick Lanese, Ed Sullivan, Jerry Tarantino, Ron Strobel, Jack Odell, Coach 
Case, Art Nevar, Warren Levitt, Stan Kollar, Don McLean, Jack Obert, Al LaChance. 




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First row: B. Migchelbrink, L. Giampoli, R. Huffman, K. Hooker, C. Ament, J. Mayer, 

E. Cyrgalis. 
Second row: E. Kamen, B. Mower, B. Fondran, D. Mocne, E. Shulson, S. Mihelich, E. 

Delis, E. Pringle. 
Third row: J. Wenning, J. Conway, B. Thompson, D. Anzells, !,. Brockman, F. Joranko, 

J. Rohrich. 
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ART NEVAR 

The other half of the mid- 
year duet was Art Nevar, 
who was an artificial half- 
hander. Art was the high 
scorer in many of the 
games. 




JERRY TARANTINO 

Leaving a gap in the team 
at midyear, Jerry performed 
admirably as forward for 
he switched from running 
guard this year. Jerry's 
team cooperation will long 
he remembered. 




STAN KOLLAR 

Building up a reputation 
for long "swishers" Stan 
took top scoring honors in 
numerous games. He won 
a berth on the all-confer- 
ence second string. 




AL EaCHANCK 

Six-foot-three of cage play- 
er, Al is the biggest boy on 
the team. He loved to play 
and gave all he had. 




DICK EANESE 

Unable t<> play until Jan- 
uary because of a football 
injury, Dick watched from 
the bench. He quickly and 
ably took over the position 
of right forward. 




WARREN LEVITT 

Warren will be among the 
foundation players for next 
year's team. Cool and aloof, 
never flustered, he will be 
a welcome addition to the 
squad. 



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DON McLEAN 

Don was also among the 
boys who made the all-con- 
ference team. He started 
his basketball career as var- 
sity material during his 
sophomore year. 




JACK OBERT 

Lean and tacky, Jack, al- 
though only a junior, is al- 
ready a veteran varsity man 
having made the varsity 
squad in h i s sophomore 
year. He was selected as 
all-conference. 




JACK ODELL 

Jack played his first year 
on the varsity this season. 
His speed and ball hand- 
ling are remarkable. He is 
versatile running guard and 
joker of the team. 




DEXTER ROLLA 

Dex is small for a basket- 
ball team but he makes up 
for his size with speed and 
dexterity. Being a natural 
southpaw, he is in line for 
left forward on next year's 
varsity. 




RONNIE STROBEL 

Coming out for basketball 
as a senior, Ronnie proved 
himself worthy of a var- 
sity position and added 
spirit to the squad. 




ED SUEUVAN 

The wild man of the team, 
Ed put all his left-over 
blocks and tackles from 
football to good use on the 
basketball court. He prob- 
ably stole more passes than 
any other player in the con- 
ference. 



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BASEBALL... 1945 




MANAGER PAUL BARCLAY 



Shore 2 Euclid Central 

Shore 1 Shaw 4 

Shore 1. Collinwood 5 

Shore 4 St. Ignatius 

Shore 4 Heights 2 

Shore 9 ...Central 

Shore 17 Mayfield 

Shore 5 Brush 

Shore 5 Garfield 



Shore 5 Harvey 4 

Shore 12 Mayfield 1 

Shore 6. Bedford 

Shore 6 Perry 3 

Shore 8 Bedford 

Shore 5 Wes. Res. Academy 3 

Shore 4 Central 3 

Shore 10 Garfield 8 



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Don McLean, Bill Stopar, Bob Hawley, Bill Crawford, Chester Roieck Carl Merchant, 
Ronny Strobel, Jack Obert, Paul Stegkamper, Coach John Pohto. 



Baseball Team 



Eastern Conference Champs, Metropolitan League winners, and District 
Champs, the Admirals climaxed the most brillant season in Shore's history by 
traveling to Columbus for the State Championship play-offs. 

Despite the fact that Coach Pohto's boys had to play an extra game to elimi- 
nate one of two teams from the Cleveland district, they won two games in one 
day. They lost in the semi-finals to Cincinnati Woodard, the state champs. 

Senior varsity men who lent the experience of their years to the Admirals 
were Bob Hawley, ace hurler rated as one of the best in the state, Chet Rojeck, 
veteran second baseman, and Carl Merchant and Bill Stopar, fielder and catcher 
respectively. 

Mr. Pohto started his '46 season with a group of 7 lettermen. 



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DON McLEAN 
Left Field 



CARL MERCHANT 
Center Field 



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Girl's 

Leaders 

Club 



First roiv: B. Sumner. Second row: K. Ferro, J. Wilkinson, J. Gietano, Third row: K. New- 
ton, B. Deutelbaum, S. Morris, T. Rini, P. Rapp, R. Oliver. Fourth row: D. Morris, P. 
Hawks, E. Thomas, C. McQuown, H. Hahn, A. Meder, C. Loos. Fifth row: Miss Gill, N. 
Fischer, D. Salinger, A. Ettenger, J. Schulmeister, S. Grau, P. Long, D. Rini, M. Kozan. 
Sixth rozv: J. Kelly, M. Kinnamon, R. Jenz, B. Stone, B. Raney, C. Anderson, V. Baraga, 
D. Paleit, D. Spangler, S. Slokar, M. Stoner. 

"WOMEN IN WHITE" 

"Steps!" calls the girl in the white uniform. Obediently the blue-clad play- 
ers follow her direction for they know her position and respect her statements. 
She is a Girl's Leader, chosen on her qualifiations as an athlete and scholar, and 
her dependability, character, and initiative. Miss Gill, the sponsor, finds the girls 
helpful each day, by their management of games in the gym classes as well as the 
intra-mural contests after school. 

In the fall, after the Sophomore, Junior and Senior applicants have sub- 
mitted their names and reasons for wishing to become Leaders, their school 
records are examined, and they are scored on all counts. Early in the semester 
the ftirls are informed of their selection, and after an informal initiation they 
become qualified to aid in the direction of student athletic activities. 

President Betty Sumner 

Secretary, Treasurer Janet Schulmeister 




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CAROL ANDERSON 



JOSEPHINE G1ETANO 



DONNA MORRIS 



HARTILL HAHN 



PAT RAPP 



BETTY SUMNER 





PAT HAWKS 



VIRGIN [A BARAGA 



JEAN KELLY 



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MARTHA STONER 



NANCY FISCHER 



SHIRLEY McQUOWN 



ANNE MEDER 



JUDY WILKINSON 



KATHLEEN NEWTON- 



ALINE ETTENGER 



BARBARA STONE 







LOG BOOSTERS 



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Dr. and Mrs. Leonard LoosHartill Hahn 
Mrs. Anthonv Vaccariello Patricia Hawks 



Ellrieda Auer 
Carol Anderson 
James Becht 
Clyde Berndsen 



Annabelle Berg 



Don Brennan 
Dorothy Burke 
Bob Bitzer 
Jim Boyle 
Virginia Baraga 
George Beck 
William Bubnis 
Mary Clifford 
Patricia Cole 
June Carlgren 
Bob Curry 

Florence DeBenedictis 
Eleanor Dowis 
Tom Drach 
Kenneth Emerick 
Aline Ettenger 
Robert Easter 
Jim Ferro 
Gail Fitzpatrick 
Nancy Fischer 
Eeroy Giampoli 
Jean Glesk 
Ralph Garrett 
Chuck George 
Josephine Gietano 
Al Greene 
Kent Hooker 



James Himes 
Marian Hrabak 
Jetta Hansen 
John Harrell 
Lorraine Herrman 
Howard King 
Jean Kelly 
Stanley Kpllar 
Norman Kozan 
Roger Kerschnick 
Pat Lavo 
Roger Loos 
Donald Lorman 
Alva LaChance 
Dick Lanese 
Chris Loos 
Jim McK.ee 
Francis Mattix 
Leonard Mora 
Dorothy Morgan 
Donna Morris 
Joe Mailander 
Shirley McOuown 
Anne Meder 
Ronald Nickles 
Kathleen Newton 
Jack Odell 
Mary Lou Otters 
Virginia Pettet 
Louise Pederson 
Ruth Pierce 
Tom Ramona 



Gloria Raymond 
Dick Reeher 
Margaret Randell 
Pat Rapp 
Walter Roberts 
Dorothy Rojeck 
Dorothy Read 
Joan Relyea 
Don Schutt 
Barabara Stone 
Martha Stoner 
Ronald Strobel 
Herbert Strain 
Ed Sullivan 
Betty Sumner 
Ed Saywell 
Stella Slokar 
Pat Sperl 
Florence Starina 
Paul Stegkamper 
Pat Teller 
Margaret Van Gilst 
Betty Votypka 
Mary Wellington 
Judith Wilkinson 
Henry Wagner 
Angie Waterwash 
Bill Wayles 
June Winzer 
Wanda Wojciechowski 
Jean Yambersich 
Joan O'Neil 
Peggy Ropes 
Donna Voelker 



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Deary 1 )iary : 

September 5th ushered in the new school year and rilled the halls of Shore 
with hundreds of sun-beaten hopefuls. 

Norma and Gorman Booster made their debut at our first football game 
which was held at Ashtabula on the 14th. (We lost 25-13.) 

We celebrated our first conference victory over Brush i 19-13) with a Kick- 
off Dance on the 21st. 

In a night game, on the 28th, Shore swamped a highly rated Bedford eleven 
19-6. The next night, Shore hostesses opened their doors in the form of many 
gay open-houses. 

With October 5th, came another smashing victor}" over Orange (58-6), 
celebated by another dance. 

On the 12th, our title hopes were swept away with a loss to Garfield (7-0) 
mourned by a dance in the old gym. 

Shore drowned the Mayfield team (41-0) in a puddle of water. And we do 
mean puddle! On the 19th of October, that is! 

A football battle of sexes, on the 21st, proved enlightning to bystanders. 

( In the 26th the X.E.O.T.A. holiday was celebrated with a rather chilly hay- 
ride. Also that day the Admirals trounced Maple Heights (23-0). 

The 3rd of November brought the last and most important game of the 
season. We defeated Euclid Central 33-0, had a dance, and crowned Donna 
Morris our football queen. 

We heralded a Thanksgiving Holiday with a dance, on the 9th of November. 

On the 16th and 17th, the long awaited junior play, "Nothing But The 
Truth," was a big success. 

22nd and 23rd — Thanksgiving Vacation !!!!!!! 

Gala Night, on the 30th, gave Shore talent a chance at the limelight. 

We opened our basketball season on the 8th of December, defeating Wil- 
loughbv, 41-26. 



Page One Hundred Eight 



Sweet 



On the 13th, the Choir rendered a beautiful Christmas concert. 

Oh, Diary, the long awaited Christmas Formal was as thrilling as all ex- 
pected. Yes, the 15th of December will be a long remembered date in our Mem- 
ory Books. 

We avenged our football defeat to Ashtabula on 18th, by defeating them at 
basketball 38-31. 

The seniors spread the Christmas spirit by holding a caroling party on the 
20th of December. 

25th of December — Merry Christmas ! ! ! 

On the 28th, the Admirals of today beat the Admirals of yesteryears, 52-48. 

December 31st — New Year's Eve was a happy event for all. 

The 4th of January brought a new year's victory over Berea (48-29). 

Shore's mighty five had a spree with Maylield. (80-37). This was on the 
11th. 

The 15th, the National Honor Society welcomed this year's selections. Con- 
gratulations kids ! 

On the 18th, the Shore Admirals came home with a hard fought victory 
over Maple Heights (40-33). 

Our quintet repelled our south-side rivals, E. Central 38-24 on the 25th of 
January. This victory was followed by a dance. 

February 1st, we hit first place, by eeking out Brush 42-35. 

The 2nd, Parma fell to the powerful Admirals 44-26. 

We demolished Bedford 51-38 on the 8th of February. 

On the 15th, we doubled Orange 46-23. 

On the 16th, the Shore undefeated streak ended as an off night handed Uni- 
versity a victory of 45-31. 



Page One Hundred Nine 



Gold 



en 



On the 21st, a victory over Garfield crowned Shore's quintet basketball 
kings of Eastern Conference. 

The 22nd, Hahn's had 44 at a Washington's Birthday party. Washington 
was unable to attend. 

The opening night of the N.E.O. basketball tournament, which was February 
27th, brought forth 4 victors, which were Mentor, Lakewood, Lorain, and 
Painesville. 

The next night brought Heights, Bedford, Maple, and Brush forward, to 
enter quarter finals. 

March 1st, handed Lakewood, River, and Shaw victories. 

Dear Diary, March 2nd was a sad night for even though River and Bed- 
ford downed tough opponents, Shore lost a hard fought battle to Lakewood. 

March 8th, Shaw and Lakewood came out to face each other on the morrow. 

The 9th, brought the tourney to a close with Lakewood taking the trophy. 
River captured the consolation trophy from Bedford. 

( )n the 12th, the seniors began work on their play, "Mr. and Mrs. North." 

The 15th, brought a St. Patrick's Day dance sponsored by the juniors. Chuck 
I I ill became their king. 

All the choirs participated in a thrilling assembly held March 21st. 

On the 22nd, the Hi-Y Friendship Carnival went over with a bang. 

The annual box social was held the 28th, with everyone having a good time. 

The 29th brought the Annual Basketball dance and crowning of the queen. 
The lucky girl was Pat Rapp. 

The bright lights shining forth from the auditorium the week of April 1-5, 
meant simply that the seniors were hard at work on their play. 

The long awaited nights of 11th, 12th, and 13th and the presenting of "Mr. 
and Mrs. North", arrived, giving success to the seniors and enjoyment to the 
audience. 



Page One Hundred Ten 



Memories 



The 11th also brought the opening of the Baseball season with a game with 
Cleveland Heights. 

The week of the 23rd, three big baseball games were held. 

April 19th-28th gave a breather, in the form of Easter Vacation, to students 
before the last lap. 

The week of May 3rd brought three more games to the Shore nine. 

May 4th, the Seniors presented Talent Night, something unattempted be- 
fore this year. 

Dear Diary, the night of May 10th, the Friendship girls dragged their 
fellas to the annual Spring Formal. What fun ! ! ! ! 

Two weeks prior to the 24th, five baseball games were held. 

On the 24th, the juniors presented a Chinese Garden Prom to the leaving 
seniors. Oh Diary, it couldn't have been more nearly perfect. 

The seniors enjoyed their banquet in traditional manner on the 4th of June. 

June 5th, the class of 1946 said so-long to High School days on their 
Graduation Night. The End of a Perfect Year. 

Good night Diary. 

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MACHINE CO. 


708 East 185th St. 




EAGLE STAMPS 




Budget Terms 





HMRWCU 



plicxiICo. 



3 Convenient Locations 

2022 East 9th St.— MA. 2430 

10537 Carnegie Ave. — RA. 5676 

1510! Detroit Ave.— AC. 2727 




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CONGRATULATIONS 

SHORE HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADUATING CLASS OF 1946 



We know you will take advantage of the Many Opportunities 
awaiting you in this New World 



Chase Brass & Copper Co, 

Incorporated 
SUBSIDIARY OF KENNECOTT COPPER CORPORATION 



I 155 Babbitt Road, Cleveland 17, Ohio 
TELEPHONE: KENMORE 3960 



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WOLKOV JEWELERS 




707 East 185th Street 

CLEVELAND, OHIO 

Ivanhoe 4888 


Good Luck and 
Success To 

SHORE 


The Lake Shore Machine Co. 

HIGH GRADE MACHINING AND 
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS 

D. R. O'CONNELL 
President and Manager 

1340 East 222nd Street 


Courtesy of 

WEATHERHEAD 
COMPANY 


EUCLID, OHIO 






REAL HARDWARE CO. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


LINOLEUM, PAINTS, VARNISHES, 
GLASS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE 


Peter Pan Dress Shoppes 


Phone IVanhoe 9634 727 East 185th St. 


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1 2432 St. Clair Avenue Glenville 3 1 03 
1 5 1 1 5 St. Clair Avenue Glenville 2074 
705 East 185th Street Kenmore 7362 


LAKE SHORE BARBER SHOP 

WE SPECIALIZE IN LADIES' AND 
CHILDREN'S HAIRCUTS 

21934 Lake Shore Blvd. 




SAM, Proprietor 



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ItiliiliS... 

AH America is Reading 



Cleveland is the home of one of America's largest book publishers. World's unique 
methods of mass production and distribution have been one of the major factors 
in bringing good books — both originals and reprints — to a vast reading public, 
through bookshops and other mass retail outlets. 



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TOWER and FORUM ROOKS 

These popular editions include 
fiction, mysteries, romance, an- 
thologies, titles of high literary 
distinction and a variety of best- 
selling self-help books by out- 
standing authors, at 490 and $1. 



BIOLES and DICTIONARIES 

World Bibles and World-Web- 
ster Dictionaries are authorita- 
tive, attractive, well-bound vol- 
umes at popular prices. 
Other publications include Ency- 
clopedias, Atlases, standard ref- 
erence volumes, art and cartoon 
books, and beautifully illustrated 
juvenile books. 



THE World PUBLISHING COMPANY 

2231 W. UOTH STREET, CLEVELAND 2, OHIO • NEW YORK OFFICE: 14 W. 49TH STREET 







HAVE YOU MET FLORENCE? 




FLORENCE DRESS SHOPPE 






COMPLIMENTS 


644 East 185th St. KE. 4423 


. . OF . . 


" 


CUFFEL'S BAKERY 


TELL MOM WE HAVE DRESSES 




Sizes 9 to 50 


The Best 




in 


COMPLIMENTS 


Baked Goods 


. . OF . . 






IV. 0991 


EUCLID FUR SHOPPE 


22030 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 


713 East 185th St. KE. 6720 






THE WRIGHT STORE 




696 East 185th St. 


Boosting All 


DRY GOODS . . FURNISHINGS 
SHOES 


Shore Athletics 


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Is Our Aim 


"It's Wright to Be Thrifty" 


" 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


The 


ELWITT JEWELRY CO. 


MEGAPHONE CLUB 


JEWELERS SINCE 1912 

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690 E 185th Street EUCLID OHIO 







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IF COMMENCEMENT MEANS YOU WILL ENTER BUSINESS - - 

CONSIDER the advantages of joining a local business 
organization with world-wide sales and manufactur- 
ing connections. 

CONSIDER the advantages of joining a company 
which offers the opportunity to learn most any type 
of work — manufacturing, engineering, mechanical 
servicing, selling, secretarial or clerical 

CONSIDER the advantages of talking with people in a 
personnel department which is interested in Euclid 
and Euclid people . . . the Personnel Department of 




ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH CORPORATION 



200 BABBITT ROAD 



EUCLID, OHIO 



Payc One Hundred Twenty-four 







VIHTELIC HARDWARE 

807 East 222nd Street 
EUCLID, OHIO 

WE DELIVER IV. 2223 


COMPLIMENTS 
..OF.. 

THE 
GEOMETRIC STAMPING 


GORNICKS 

STORES FOR MEN 

MEN'S FURNISHINGS HATS 
DRESS SUIT RENTAL 

715 East 185th St. 6217 St. Clair 
KE. 2640 HE. 2395 


COMPANY 

1 1 1 East 200th Street 

EUCLID, OHIO 







THE GIRL RESERVE CODE 

G — racious In Manner 
I — mpartial in Judgment 
R — eady for Service 
L — oyal to Friends 

R — eaching for the Best 
E — arnest in Purpose 
S — eeing the beautiful 
E — ager for Knowledge 
R — everent to God 
V — ictorious to Self 
E — ver Dependable 
S — incere at All Times 

SHORE FRIENDSHIP CLUB 



Page One Hundred Twenty-five 



Congratulations To . . . 



The 1946 Senior Class 



Parker Appliance Company 



Page One Hundred Twenty-six 



SHORE 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

22040 Lake Shore Boulevard 

We Give Eagle Stamps 

OPEN EVENINGS 



TUCKER'S SHOES 

FOR STYLE - FOR FIT 
FOR QUALITY 

X-Ray Fitted 

686 East 185th Street 



FOY DRUG STORE 



638 East 185th Street 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 
KEnmore 0988 



SHOP AT 

BILL'S CLOTHES 

FOR THE NEWEST 
IN FADS AND FASHIONS 

Two Stores 

618 East 185th St. St. Clair at 152nd 



MOSS POINT CLEANERS 

22048 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 
KE. 0719 

SERVING IN EUCLID 



COMPLIMENTS 
. . OF . . 

ELLIS AND LESSER 
FIRESTONE PRODUCTS 

719 East 185th St. KE. 7444 

SINCE 1930 



SHORE CLEANERS 
AND FURRIERS 

ODORLESS CLEANING 

WE DELIVER 

KE. 6630 
22490 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 



G AB B Y S 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 

GIRLS' LEADERS' CLUB 

and 

GIRLS' ATHLETIC CLUB 



EUCLID SHORE 



Black Industries . . 



Black Drill Mec-Rad Black Boring 

Company Company & Machine Co. 



A Good Place to Work 
and a Good Place to Buy 



Page One Hundred Twenty-eight 



Cherry 1395 Res. CL. 3475 




B. L. WALTZ 


COMPLIMENTS 


JEWELER 


. . OF .. 


Time Pieces and Repairs 


THE EUCLID CRANE 


J 6 


209 Schofield Building 


AND HOIST CO. 


CLEVELAND, OHIO 


EUCLID, OHIO 




Manufacturers of 


COMPLIMENTS 


ELECTRIC AND HAND POWER 


. . OF . . 






OVERHEAD AND TRAVELING 


GIBSON REALTY 


CRANES 


BROKER 


ELECTRIC HOISTS AND TROLLEYS 




MISCELLANEOUS HOISTING AND 


22091 Euclid Avenue 


CONVEYING MACHINERY 


KEnmore 3530 IVanhoe 6071 





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Shore Beverages 



Euclid's Finest and Most Complete Beverage Store 



FOR FREE DELIVERY CALL KEN. 6440 



A COMPLETE LINE OF: 

Wines 

Beers 

Cordials 

Soft Drinks 



Hoffma's Chocolates 

Hoffma's Ice Cream 

Hors D'oeuvres 

Cocktail Glasses 

Bar Supplies, Etc. 



We Cater to Parties and Large Festivities of Any Kind 



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