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Editors 

CAROLE BEESON 
JIM BUTLER 

Associate Editor 
MARLENE GALLiTTO 




Presented by the students of 

EUCLID SHORE HIGH SCHOOL 
Euclid, Ohio 



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The year of 1949 caught a spirit of evolution and 
change, as Shore High continued to grow with the times, 
accentuated by the quickened tempo of an alert student 
body and faculty. Traditions that have been followed 
many years, are drawing to a close, and soon the intimate 
family of Shore High, a family distinct in the degree of 
its loyalty and friendship, shall say adieu . . . 

Come with us, as we record our last year at Shore . . . 
as we trace the memories and events, our work and play 
together . . . look and listen closely . . . the faint rever- 
berations of the once mighty cheers of Shore High stu- 
dents . . . the sparkle and glamour of a formal dance . . . 
outstanding days in an outstanding year . . . this is 
Shore High in perspective. 

THE EDITORS 



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The year of 1949 caught a spirit of evolution and 
change, as Shore High continued to grow with the times, 
accentuated by the quickened tempo of an alert student 
body and faculty. Traditions that have been followed 
many years, are drawing to a close, and soon the intimate 
family of Shore High, a family distinct in the degree of 
its loyalty and friendship, shall say adieu . . . 

Come with us, as we record our last year at Shore . . . 
as we trace the memories and events, our work and play 
together . . . look and listen closely . . . the faint rever- 
berations of the once mighty cheers of Shore High stu- 
dents . . . the sparkle and glamour of a formal dance . . . 
outstanding days in an outstanding year . . . this is 
Shore High in perspective. 

THE EDITORS 



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LOREN J. BULLARD 



RUSSELL G. GLASS 



CLARENCE BOWMAN 



JOHN F. DAVIS 



ANTHONY STROHM 



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CONTENTS 




Administration 
Seniors 
Our Classes 
Underclassmen 
Our Clubs 
Our Drama 
Our Music 
Our 0"eens 
Our Sports 
Our Social Life 
Our Advertisers 



Page 9 
Page 15 
Page 33 
Page 41 
Page 59 
Page 87 
Page 93 
Page 99- 
Page 107 
Page 121 
Page 135 




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CONTENTS 

Administration Page 9- 14 

Seniors Page 15- 32 

Our Classes Page 33- 40 

Underclassmen Page 41- 58 

Our Clubs Page 59- 86 

Our Drama Page 87- 9? 

Our Music Page 93- 93 

Our Queens Page 99-106 

Our Sports Page 107-120 

Our Social Life Page 121-134 

Our Advertisers Page 135-152 



ADMIN ISTRATION 




This 1949 Log is a story of high adventure. It records 
the happy experiences of a large group of young people 
through four eventful years of high school. During this 
period of time, underneath the routine classroom proce- 
dure there has been an intensive search for high character 
and sound convictions. The fact that effort does count 
has come to be regarded as one of the surest things in 
the whole universe. 

As this annual goes to press, these young people are 
becoming more and more aware of their responsibilities. 
Upon them our country must depend for keen vision and 
sound judgment. The hour of crises has been reached in 
many fields. We must not prove unfaithful to our solemn 
tasks. Therefore, we welcome this splendid group of 
young people to an association with adult life with the 
feeling that in them we neither need to be afraid nor 
to be ashamed. 

RUSSELL H. ERWINE 



SENIORS OF 1949: 

Your graduation is epochal for you and 
for Shore School. 

Great hopes attach to great events. 

In this instance, I place firm confidence 
in you as understanding and devoted Amer- 
ican citizens. 

May you live good lives, build happy 
homes, and contribute responsibly to the 
World's future. Success in all of your 
undertakings! 

LEONARD LOOS 




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Dean of Boys 





WALTER SCHWEGLER 




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LUCILLE AINGWORTH 
English 




JOHN BECK 
Music 




LESTER ANGENE 
Psychology 



Dean of Girls 



ELSA ALBRECHT 





JEAN BELL 
Business 





MERYL BAUMER 
Dramatics 




VIRGINIA BELL 
Physical Ed. 



MINTON BLAUCH 
Science 



JEAN BOWDITCH 
Librarian 






ADRIAN BUERGER 

Mathematics 



Paqe EleJ 




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FORD CASE 
Shop 





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Band 



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LOUISE DARST 
Office Practice 



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ROY HINCH 
Journalism 




MARIE DAVIS 
Social Studies 




SPARTOCO DiBIASIC 
Physical Ed. 


) CLARENCE ECKERT 
Shop 


JAMES GEBHART 
Science 


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DOROTHY GILL 
Physical Ed. 


WILMA GILLMAN 
Social Studies 


ROLAND GRAY 
Printing 




ROBERT JAMIESON 
Government 



le Twelve 



FACULTY 




ESTHER JONES 
English 




MARGARETTE PATRICK 
Spanish 





EDITH LEMON 
Sewing 



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JUNE PHYPERS 
Typing 





DONALD MILLS 
Mathematics 



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JOHN POHTO 
Mech. Drawing 



HETTY ROSENBERGER 
Cooking 






ANNETTE PIERSON 
Social Studies 



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RAY SHARROCK 
Physics 






RY SPANGLER 


IRA STUBBART 


CLARENCE SWACKHAMER 


Chemistry 


Mathematics 


Physical Ed. 

Page Thirte 



FACULTY 




JAN TOMPKINS 
Music 



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ALEXANDER WASELKOV 
Art 



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ANTHONY VACCARIELLO 
Languages 






STANLEY WHITESIDE 
American History 




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MARGARET WARNER 
Languages 




BEULA WILSON 
Mathematics 




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EDNA WOODWORTH 
Mathematics 



PERA CAMPBELL 
English 



INDESPENSABLES 






DeFOREST EWELL JOAN IRONS DOLORES FONDRAN 

Traffic Officer Office Secretary Office Secretary 




GEORGE BREWSTER 
Custodian 



Fourteen 



RICHARD ALTKNECHT 






S E N 1 

JAMES BRESNAN 





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JOYCE BURROWS 


24200 Clark Dr. 






545 East 241 


St. 












166 East 220 St. 


Blond and tall; Nice to all 






G'way girls, ya 


bo 


ther 


me 








Not a care in the world 


B.L.C. 3,4; Log Staff 4; Hi-Y 3,4 






B.L.C. 3,4; V. Pres 


4; H 


-Y 3,4; Jr. 








Y-Teen 2,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2; Red 


Jr. Class V. Pres. 






Play Staff; Wh 
Staff 4; Prom 
Staff. 


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Ck 
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b 3; Log 
Sr. Play 








Cross 4; Student Council 2; Choir 
1,2; Sr. Sisters 4; Jr. Play Staff. 


ELIZABETH BLACKWELL 








ALBERT BROCONE 






26251 


Lake Shore 


Blvd 








20450 


M 


rris Ave. 






Open house at Bet' 


! 








Flirty Berty 








G.A.C. 


1,2,3,4; Y 


Teen 


2,3,4; 






Served 


wo 


years in 


th 


i Marines. 


Choir 1 


2,3,4; Prorr 


Com 


; Log 
















Staff 4 


Megapho 


ne 2,3,4; Jr. 
















Play; Sr. 


Play; Major 


ette CI 


jb 2,3. 


















DONALD BUTLER 




ARTHUR CERGOL 




DORIS CLARRICOATES 


285 East 21 1 St. 




45 East 2 17 St. 




225 East 246 St. 


Do not anger a patient 


man 


Friendship is his "Art" 




A sweet little Miss 


Jr. Play Staff. 




B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; 
Sr. Class V. Pres.; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Newcomers Club 4, Pres. 




G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Sr. Sisters 3,4 
Service Club 3,4; Choir 1,2,3; Jr 
Play Staff; Prom Com.; Y-Teen 1 
2,3,4; Treas. 1. 




JAMES CAMPBELL 


TONY 


CIPRIANO 






47 East 194 St. 


21084 Ball Ave. 






The life of the party 


Not a 


'Chip" but the 


whole block 




Hi-Y 3,4; Choir 1; Jr 


Play Staff. Served 


two years in th 


e Navy. 






Hi-Y 


,4; Wrestling 


,2,3; Foot- 






ball 4; 


Breeze Staff 4. 





}e Sixteen 



O R S 



VIRGINIA COLE 

308 East 214 St. 
A smile so bright is always right 

G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Choir 2; Y-Teen 
1,2,3,4; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Student 
Council 4; Prom. Com.; Jr. Play 
Staff; Red Cross 3; Log Staff. 



RENEE ELFMAN 

20730 Westport Ave. 
A touch of Paris 

Entered from John Hay in Sr 
Y-Teen 4; G.A.C." 4. 



ORA GILLETTE 

25471 Shoreview 
A "Sharp" character 

G.A.C. 1.2,3,4; Sr. Sisters 4; Meg- 
aphone 1,2; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; Choir 
1,3; Jr. Play Staff; Sr. Play Staff; 
Prom Com.; Breeze Staff 4; Log 
Staff 3. 



JOHN DOGANIERO 

845 East 250 St. 
We'll walk a million miles for one 
of his smiles 

Served two years in Marines. 
Wrestling 1,2,3; Breeze Staff 4 
Student Council 4; Jr. Play Staff 
Ad Committee 1,2,3; Choir I. 



VIRGINIA GATES 

21831 S. Lake Shore Blvd. 
Laugh and the world laughs 
you 

G.L.C. 3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4 
F.T.A. 4; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Servia 
Club 2; Megaphone Club 2; Y 
Teen 2,3,4; Choir 1,3,4; Jr. PL 
Staff; Sr. Play Staff; Prom Com. 
Breeze Staff 3,4; Log Staff 3; Mad 
rigals 4; Whirlo 3,4; N.H.S. 4. 



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DOUGLAS HARRELL 




VIMCETTA IACOBACCI 








WILLIAM KLASS 


869 Lloyd Rd. 




20936 V/estport Ave. 








21081 S. Lake Shore Blvd. 


1 know that someday you'll want 




The pause that refreshes 








Strictly high "Class" 


me 




Student Council 4, Ad. Bd. 4; Y- 








Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3,4; 


Football Mgr. 1,2,3,4; Basketball 




Teen 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; Service Club 








Wrestling 1; Hi-Y 3,4; Student 


Mgr. 2; Hi-Y 3,4; Prom Com.; Log 




2,3,4, Sec. 4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; 








Council 1,2,3,4; Log Staff 4; New- 


Staff 3; Jr. Play Staff; Breeze Staff 




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








comers Club 1,2; Jr. Play Staff; 


3,4; Sport Ed. 4. 




Staff 4; Log Staff 3,4; Prom Com.; 
N.H.S. 3,4; Jr. Play Staff; Sr. Play 
Staff; Choir 1,3,4; Sr. Sisters 3,4, 
V. Pres. 3; Megaphone Club 2; 
Girls Sextette 3; Girls Chorus 4. 








Football 1,2,3,4; Advisory Board 
2,3,4. 


CAROL HAUSRATH 




JOHN 


1 JAVORIS 






835 East 236 St. 




820 


East 232 St. 






Variety Girl 




Baseb, 


ill team' 


s del 


ight 




G.A.C; Sr. Sisters 


3,4; 


Y-Teen Baseb, 


all 2,3,4 


; Wr 


es*'l 


ng 1,2,3,4; 


2,3,4; Megaphone CI 


ub 1 


,2; Log Hi-Y 


3,4; Jr. 


Class Pr 


es.; Breeze 


Staff 3,4; Prom Com. 


; Choir 1,2, Staff 


4; Log 


Staff 


4; 


B.L.C. 3,4; 


3,4; Jr. Play Staff; Sr 


. Play Staff; Choir 


2,3. 








Girls Sextette 3. 












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SENIORS 



GEORGE KLEIN 

19500 S. Lake Shore Blvd. 
Follow the drummer 

Log Staff 4; Football 3,4; Track 
Mgr. 4; Breeze Staff 3,4; Dance 
Band 2,3; Prom Com.; Wrestling 
I; Baseball I; Jr. Play Staff. 



JOAN LOYKE 

300 East 216 St. 
Keep them coming 

G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Log Staff 4; Red 
Cross Ad. Bd. I; Sr. Sisters 3,4; 
Newcomers Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Serv- 
ice Club 3,4; Sr. Play Staff; Jr. 
Play Staff; Prom Com.; Y-Teen 
1,2,3,4, Pres. I; N.H.S. 4. 



BURGESS LEWIS 

291 East 216 St. 
Hitch your wagon to this star 

Track 1,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; 
Football 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Hi-Y 3,4, 
Pres. 4; Prom Com.; Newcomers 
Club 2; Student Council I; Log 
Staff 4; Breeze Staff 4. 



EILEEN LUTHER 

2 1451 Tracy Ave. 
Her words are precious 

Red Cross 3; G.A.C. 3,4; Y-Teen 
3,4. 



ALMIRA LUDWIG 

921 East 236 St. 
Meryl's pearl 

N.H.S. 3,4; Log Staff 3,4; Student 
Council 2,3,4, Ad. Bd. 3,4; Jr. Play 
Staff 3; Y-Teen 2,3,4; Megaphone 
Club 3; Service Club 3^,4; Ad. 
Committee 3,4; Sr. Sisters 3,4, 
Pres. 4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2, 
3,4 







CHARLES MILLER 

2 193 1 Fuller Ave. 
Beauty, brain and brawn 

Served two years in the Navy. 

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



JOAN MORRIS 

95 East 217 St. 
Last but not least 

Service Club 1,2,3,4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; 
Student Council 1,2,3,4, Ad. Bd. 
3, V. Pres. 4; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Jr. 
Class Treas.; Jr. Play Cast; Sr. 
Play Staff; G.A.C. 1,2,3; Y-Teen 
2,3,4, V. Pres. 4; Log Staff 4; Prom 
Com.; Choir 1,4; N.H.S. 4 



RAYMOND OGREEN 

22551 Nicholas Ave. 
A shy guy but hard to beat 
N.A.S.S. 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. 



ANTHONY MLAKAR 

971 East 236 St. 
He goes by a "Standard" 

Hi-Y 3,4; Ad. Committee 3,4; Jr 
Play Cast; Jr. Play Staff; Choi 
1,2,3; Log Staff 4. 



^Bge Eighteen 



PATRICIA MUELLER 

73 East 224 St. 
Racing with the moon 

Service Club 2,3,4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; 
Sr. Sisters 3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Let- 
ter 3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 3; 
Prom Com.; Jr. Plav Staff; Sr. 
Play Staff; Student Council 3,4, 
Ad. Bd. 4; Ad. Committee 2,3,4; 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Hockey 3,4, Capt. 
4; Log Staff 4. 





JERRY POWELL 




JAMES SANKEY 


FRANK SCHULTZ 


1500 East 204 St. 




22000 Ball Ave. 


934 East 237 St. 


Entered from Shaw in Senior year. 




Served two years in Army. 


"Tinker" 


You won't be satisfied 




Look before you leap 


Scale and Triangle 4. 


Football 4; Basketball 4; Track 4; 




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




Choir 4; Prom Com. 








EUGENE PRINGLE 


MARIE SARTORIO 


24060 C 


ark Dr. 


24672 Ric 


hards Dr. 


A demon c 


n the court 


She sings in 


"Sharps", no flats 


Basketball 


2,3,4; Baseball 


2,3,4; Y-Teen 1 ,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Mad- 


B.L.C. 3,4; 


Jr. Play Staff; 


Hi-Y rigals 1,3,4; 


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


3,4; Breeze 


Staff 3,4. 


Cross 1,2; 


Girls Sextette 3,4; 






Breeze Staff 


4; Jr. Play Staff; Sr. 






Play Staff; 


Sr. Class Treas.; Log 






Staff 3,4; Prom Com.; Girls Glee 
Club 4. 



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THOMAS TEREE 

321 East 211 St. 
Entered from Kenmore, N. Y., in 
Sophomore year. 
Character and wit, for leadership 

he's fit 
Sr. Class Pres.; N.H.S. 3,4, Pres. 4; 
Ad. Committee 3,4, Pres. 4; Big 
Brothers 4; Sudent Council 4, Ad. 
Bd. 4; N.F.L. 4; Breeze Staff 4; 
Log Staff 4; Sr. Play Staff; F T.A. 
4; Hi-Y 4; Jr. Play Staff. 



CAROL WILSON 

31 I East 238 St. 
Sparkle plenty 

G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Y- 
Teen 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play Staff; Log 
Staff 4; Choir 1,2; Newcomers 
Club 1,2,3,4; Service Club 2,3,4; 
N.H.S. 4. 



SHRILEY ZANZIG 

13 1 East 203 St. 
Field and court she loves her 
sports 

Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 4; G.AC 
1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 4; G.L.C. 4; Y- 
Teen 3,4, Sec. 4; Sr. Class Sec. 



KAYE THOMSON 

21350 Tracy Ave. 
Never make a promise in vain 

Choir I; Y-Teen 2,3,4; G.A.C. 2; 
Majorette Club 3; Whirlo I. 



JACOUELINE WOGENSTAHL 

63 1 East 242 St. 
Still water runs deep 

G.A.C. 2; Y-Teen 3,4; Choir I. 



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S E N I O 



THOMAS AHEY 

650 Voelker Ave. 
Entered from Collinwood in Soph- 
omore year. 

Six feet six and full of tricks 
Hi-Y 3,4; Basketball 3,4, Capt. 4; 
Baseball 2,3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4. 



FRED ANDREUCCI 

23520 Hartland Rd. 
The woman are ready for Freddy 

B.L.C. 4; Hi- Y 3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; 
Football Mgr. 2,3,4; Wrestling 
Mgr. 2,3,4; Choir 2,3 ; Track Mgr. 
2. " 



DOLORES BASTAICH 

18931 Meredith Ave. 
Dark Eyes 

Y-Teen 2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.C 
1,2,3,4; Red Cross 2; Log Staff 4; 
Megaphone Club 2,3; Majorette 
Club 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4; Prom 
Com.; Jr. Play Staff. 



WESLEY ALDRED 

21930 Ball Ave. 
Crystal Clear 

Shore Science Club 3,4, V. 
4; N.H.S. 4. 



CALVIN BARCLAY 

340 East 2 10 St. 
You can't keep a good man down 

Hi-Y 3,4; Shore Science Club I; 
Student Council I; Baseball 1,2 
3,4; Jr. Play Cast; Jr. Play Staff; 
Basketball 1,2,3. 




WILLIAM BAUMANN 












CAROLE BEESON 






FRANK BROWN 


179 II Canterbury 












84 East 217 St. 






23835 Chadsey Dr. 


Walking Dictionary 












California, here 1 come 






Brown, Brown, he's our man 


Shore Science Club 3,4. 












Ad Committee 2,3,4; Breeze Staff 
3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3, Cabinet 3; 
G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Log Staff 4, Edi- 
tor 4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Sr. 
Sisters 3,4, Sec. 4; Service Club 
4; Jr. Play Staff; Choir 1,2,3; Ma- 
jorette 2,3,4; Leader 4; Majorette 
Club 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 3,4; Mega- 
phone 1; N.H.S. 4; Prom Com. 3; 
Sr. Play Production Staff 4. 






Hi- Y 3,4, Treas. 4; N.A.S.S. 3,4 
Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4 
Football 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Let 
terman's Club 4. 




PAUL BAYNES 






ROBERT 


BLAZEK 










429 Ba 


bbitt 


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633 Voelker 








En 


ered in 


Junior year fro 


n Ches- Trail blazer to ha 


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hunting 


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B.L.C. - 


Hi-Y 


3,4; 


Log 


Staff 4; 










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ale Quartet 


I 2; 


Trac 


k 2,3,4; 










Basketball 


1,2,3,4; B 


seba 


1. 









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SENIORS 



MARIE BURNS 








JOSEPHINE CARABOTTA 








ROBERT CLINES 






222 E 


ast 238 St. 








86 East 


213 


St. 








145 East 197 St. 






A warm 


friend in 


our midst 






A good 


Jo" 










Me and John L. Sull 


ivan 




Breeze 


Staff 4; 


Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 






Y-Teen 1 


,2,3,4 


; G.A.C. 1 


,2; Jr. 






B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 3,4; 


N.A.S.S 


. 3,4; 


G.A.C. 


1,2,3,4; 


Jr. Play Staff; 






Play Staff 


; Ma 


jorette Club 


2,3. 






Wrestling 3,4; Jr. Play Cast; 


Track 


fvlegapf 


one Club 


i 1,2,3,4; Choir 


















1; Sr. Play Cast. 






1,2,4. 
































JAMES BUTLER 










RALPH CHIDLEY 












251 1 1 Lake 


i Shore Blv 


d. 








316 East 197 St. 












The "Butler" 


did it. 










Keeping 


in condition 












Big Brothers 


4; Breeze 


Sta 


ff 3,4, 






Ad Corr 


imitte 


:e 3,4; B 


g Brothers 










Feature Ed. 


4; F.T.A. 


3,4; 


Hi-Y 






4; Hi-Y 


3,4; 


N.A.S.S. 


3,4; Scale 










3.4; Jr. Coui 


icil World 


Affairs 3; 






and Triangle 


4; Footb 


all 1,2,3,4; 










Log Staff 4, 


Editor 4; 1 


N.H.S. 3,4, 






Track 1 


2,3,4; 


Letterrr 


lan's Club 










Pres. 4; Stud 


ent Counci 


1 1,2,3; Jr. 






2,3,4; Sr 


. Class Com.; 


N.H.S. 4. 










Play Cast; ! 


Sr. Play C 


iast; 


Prom 






















Com.; Quill , 


and Scroll 


4. 






















JOSEPH COLANTONIO 

2023 1 Ball Ave. 
A dance with Joe is Heaven 

Boy's Chorus 3; Hi-Y 4; Male 
Quartet 1,2; Football 3,4; Choir 
1,2,3. 



RICHARD CONTENZA 

325 East 195 St. 
Entered in Junior Year from ' 
linwood High. 
Jumped the gun 
B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 4; Scale and 
angle 4. 



WILLIAM CROWELL 

25301 Lake Shore Blvd. 
An answer to every question 



COLINA COMMANDER 

522 East 236 St. 
Always a "Chuck(le)" 

Breeze Staff 3; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
Log Staff 3,4; Megaphone Club 
1,2,3; Newcomers 2,3; Majorette 
Club 2,3; Whirlo Club I; Choir 
1,2,3,4; Prom Com.; Jr. Play Staff; 
Sr. Class Com. 



LOYAL CORNELIUS 

19500 Newton 
As "Loyal" as they come, bj+ 
"Corney" 

B.L.C. 4; Hi- Y 3,4, V. Pres. 4; 
Log Staff 4; Band 2,3; Jr. Play 
Cast; Prom Com.; Sr. Play Cast. 



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KATHRYN CULP 

750 East 260 St. 
One, two, three, kick! 

Breeze Staff 4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
S.A.C. 1,2,3; Megaphone 1,2,3; 
Choir 1,2; N.F.L. 4. 



JUDY CURDY 

70 Lake Edge Dr. 
A chief among girls 

Ad Committee 2,3,4 
3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4 
Pres. 4; G.A.C. I, 
3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4; 



; Breeze Staff 

Cabinet 3, 

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

Jr. Council 



MILDRED DOERING 

21071 S. Lake Shore Blvd. 
She's landed her marine 

Choir 1,2,3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Megaphone 1,2. 



ROBERT CUMMINS 

385 East 222 St. 
Nancee's Fancy 

Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. Council World Af- 
fairs 3,4; Log Staff 4; N.A.S.S. 4 
Newcomers 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Clas< 
Sec. 3; Jr. Play Cast; Prom Com. 
Choir 1,2; Sr. Class Com. 



World Affairs 3,4; Log Staff 4; 
Megaphone Club I; N.H.S. 3,4, 
Sec.-Treas. 4; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Prom 
Com.; Jr. Play Staff; Majorette 
Club 2,3; Majorette 2,3,4, Leader 
4; Basketball Attendant 3; Choir 
1,2,3,4; Sr. Class Com.; Band 4; 
Sr. Play Cast. 

BARBARA DIXON 
455 East 215 St. 

Hair of Gold, Eyes 



Y-Te 

Choir 

Sec.-Tr 



1,2,3,4; Madrigals 
,2,3,4; Girls Glee CI 
as. 4; Prom Com. 



,2,3,4; 
h 3,4, 



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NANCEE DRACH 

3 1 East 219 St. 
A model of Beauty 

Y-Teen 1,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; 
G.L.C. 2,3,4; Log Staff 3,4; Meg- 
aphone Club 1,2,3,4; Sr. Sisters 
4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Com.; Ma- 
jorette Club 1,2; Sr. Class Com.; 
Choir 1,2,3. 



WILLIAM ERB 

20100 Edgecliff 
Watch the Fords go by 

Hi-Y 3,4; Log Staff 4; Wr 
2,3,4; Football Mar. 1,2. 



stling 



JEAN FELDMAN 

22590 Edgecliff 
Sweet and Gentle 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Sec. 4; G.A.C. 
1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, V. Pres. 4; 
G.L.C. 2,3,4; Log Staff 4; Mega- 
phone Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3,4; New- 
comers 1,2; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Stu- 
dent Council 2,3,4, Sec. 4, Ad. 
Bd. 3,4; Choir 1,2,3: Jr. Play 
Staff; Prom Com.; Track Queen 3; 
Cheerleader 3,4; Letter Winner 
4; Sr. Class Com. 



WILFRED DUVAL 

23975 Clark Dr. 
Joker of all cards 

Hi-Y 3,4; Newcomer 
Triangle 3,4, Pres. 



Scale and 
; Student 



Football 3; Basebal 



3,4. 



JOHN EVANS 

22390 Edgecliff 

Entered from Rhod 

Junior year. 

Johnnie's "Set" for life 

Big Brothers 4; B.L.C. 4; 

Sr. Class Treas.; Prom C 

Class Com. 



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VAUGHN FITZPATRICK 

280 East 197 St. 
When Irish eyes are smiling 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; 
Megaphone Club 1,2,3,4; Loa 
Staff 4; Sr. Class Com.; Choir 
1,2,3; Majorette Club 2; Jr. Play 
Staff. 



RICHARD FOX 

22310 Arms Ave. 
The hunted "Fox" 

Breeze Staff 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Log Staff 
4; N.A.S.S. 2,3,4;- Football 1,2,3,4; 
Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4; Jr. 
Class V. Pres.; Lettermans' Club 
2,3,4. 



JOHN GILMORE 

251 Sterling 
Served two years in Army. 
The coming Arthur Murray 

Hi-Y 3,4. 



NANCY FORESTEK 

345 East 215 St. 
Good things come in small 
packages 

Breeze Staff 4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Log Staff 4; Sr. 
Sisters 4; Service Club 3,4; Jr. 
Play Staff; Sr. Class Com.; Ma- 
jorette Club 2,3; Whirlo Club I. 



MARLENE GALLITTO 

22601 Edgecliff 
Life is full of surprises 

Breeze Staff 3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, 
V. Pres. 4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4, 
Letter 3; G.L.C. 2,3,4; Log Staff 
4, Associate Editor; Megaphone 
Club I; Service Club 4; Prom 
Com.; Choir 1,2; Football Queen; 
Hockey 3,4; Jr. Play Staff; N.H.S. 
4; Sr. Play Cast; Quill and Scroll 4. 



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WILLIAM GORKA 

26131 Briardale 
The ladies choice 

Boys' Chorus 1,2; B.L.C. I ; Breeze 
Staff I; Hi-Y 4; Madrigals 1,2,3; 
Scale and Triangle I ; Jr. Play 
Cast; Choir 1,2,3,4; Basketball I; 
Whirlo 1,2. 



EILEEN HAMILTON 

508 East 244 St. 
She runs on time 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 
Sisters 4; Jr. Play Staff. 





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VAL JEAN HAMILTON 


MARY MARGARET HILL 


23500 Milton 






357 East 197 St. 


She must have been 


told that 




Athletics are her "Target" 


silence is gold 






Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 3; F.T.A. 


Y-Teen 3; G.A.C. 


1; Jr. Play 




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


Staff. 






G.L.C. 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Pres. 
4; Log Staff 4; Megaphone Club 
1,2,3; Newcomers 2,3,4; Service 
Club 2,3,4, Treas. 3; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Prom Com.; Jr. Play Staff; 
Choir 1; Majorette Club 1,2; Let- 
ter Winner 4; Sr. Class Com.; 
Hockey 3,4, Capt. 3; Quill and 
Scroll 4. 




ROBERT 


HEIDNIK 






761 Ea 


st 250 St. 






Rugged 


Individualist 




; Sr. 


B.L.C. 4; 


Hi-Y 3,4; Football Mgr. 






3,4; Trac 


k 2,3,4; Prom 


Com. 



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JACK HOAG 

12 1 East 264 St. 
Jack be nimble, Jack be quick 

Big Brothers 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Log Staff 
4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Newcomers 3; 
Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Football 1,3,4; 
Letterman's Club 2,3,4. 



JEAN HUG 

I 10 East 211 St. 
A "Hug" for Hegan 

Breeze Staff 3, Asst. Ed. 4; Y-Te 
1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 
G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross I 
Log Staff 4; Megaphone Club I 
Madrigals 3,4; Quill and Scr 
3,4; Sr. Sisters 3,4, V. Pres. 
Service Club 4; Speech Club 
Band 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls Gl 
Club 4; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Cor 
Sr. Class Com.; Sr. Play Cast. 



MARY LOU HUMPHREYS 

120 East 207 St. 
All at once 

Y-Teen 3,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.C. 1,2, 
3,4; Log Staff 4; Meqaphone Club 
2; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Service Club 4; 
Choir 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play Staff; Ma- 
jorette Club 2; Sr. Class Com. 



SHIRLEY HORNER 

24741 Lakeland Blvd. 
Surely, you'll like Shirley 

Y-Teen 3,4; G.A.C. 4; Che 
Jr. Play Staff. 



LOWELL HUMPHREYS 

120 East 207 St. 
My gal Sal 

B.L.C. 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Track 3,4; 
Choir 1,2; Jr. Play Com.; Basket- 
ball Mgr. 4. 







CLAIRE JANOVAC 

60 East 209 St. 
Fair Claire in all sports 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Cabinet 4; G.A.C. 
1,2,3,4. 



WILBUR KEEFE 

40 East 219 St. 
Slow but sure 

Newcomers I. 



JOAN KOPANSKI 

560 East 237 St. 
She can "Cope" with anything 

YITeen 3,4; G.A.C. I; Jr. Pie 
Staff. 



CHARLES JOHNSON 

81 East 196 St. 
Count the girl lucky who gets 
Chucky 

Big Brothers 4; B.L.C. 3,4, Pres. 
4; Hi-Y 3,4, Pres. 4; Log Staff 4; 
Student Council 1,2,3,4, Ad. Bd. 
4; Choir 1,4; Track 1,3,4; Letter- 
man's Club 3,4; Sr. Class V. Pres.; 
Basketball 2,4; Prom Com. 3; Sr. 
Class Com.; N.H.S. 4. 



JERRY KLEINDIENST 

856 East 237 St. 
Gone and back again 

Big Brothers 4; Hi-Y 3,4; 
4; Track 1,3,4; Baske 
Football 3; Prom Corr 
man's Club 3,4. 



Log Staff 
ball 3,4; 
.; Letter- 



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SENIORS 



JOAN KOVACH 

2 1806 Morris Ave. 
She knows the ways of the world 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; G.AC. 1,2; Log 
Staff 4; Madrigals 3; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Girls Glee Club 4; Jr. Play Staff; 
Majorette Club 1,2,3; Sr. Play 
Cast. 



ELAINE KUBICEK 

20950 Tracy Ave. 
Still water runs deep 

Y-Teen 4; G.A.C I; 
3,4; Megaphone Club 
1,2,3,4. 



ALICE LEE 

24842 Hackett Dr. 
Entered in sophomore year from 
Wyandotte, Mich. 
No relation to "Robert E." 
Y-Teen 3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3; Jr. Red 
Cross 1,2,3; Jr. Play Staff; Prom 
Com. 



WILLIAM KRASCH 

25371 Shoreview 
"BOOM!" 

Boy's Chorus 3,4; BL.C. 3,4; Dance 
Band 4, Vocalist; Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. 
Council World Affairs 3,4; Madri- 
gals 3,4; Newcomers 3; Football 
3,4; Track I; Choir 1,2,3,4, Treas. 
4- Sr. Quartet; Whirlo I; Sr. Class 
Com. 



MARILYN LASHER 

165 East 192 St. 
Nick's Pick 

Y-Teen 1,3,4; G.A.C. 3,4; Log 
Staff 4; Megaphone Club 1,2,3,4; 
Prom Com. 3; Jr. Play Staff; Choir 



,2; Hock 



ey 








RICHARD LEONARD 

361 East 266 St. 
His fingers wandered idly over 
the keys 

Boys' Chorus 2,3,4; Dance Band 
1,2,3; Jr. Council World Affairs 
1,2; Log Staff 3,4; Madrigals 
1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 3; Male Quartet 
1,2,3; Speech Club I; Choir 
1,2,3,4. 



FRED LJUBI 

124 East 225 St. 
Swamp Water Kid 

Breeze Staff 3,4; Jr. Play Staff. 



CLAIRE LUX 

21759 Kennison Ave. 
Million dollar name 
Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 4; G.A.C. 
1,2,3,4; G.L.C. 4; Log Staff 4; 
Jr. Play Staff; Choir I; Majorette 
Club 2,3. 



BETTY LJUBI 

124 East 225 St. 
One of the crowd 

Y-Teen 3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Serv- 
ice Club 3,4; Choir 3,4; Prom 
Com. 3; Jr. Play Staff; Girls' Glee 

Club 4. 



JAMES LUOMA 

828 East 237 St. 
Strong, silent type 



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SENIORS 



AUDREY MAST 

295 East 248 St. 
Hip, hip -for a victory flip! 

Breeze Staff 3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
F.T.A. 4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 
3; Jr. Red Cross 2,3; Log Staff 3,4; 
Madrigals 3; Girls' Glee Club 4; 
Megaphone Club 1,2,3, Cheer- 
leader 3,4; Service Club 1,2,3,4, 
Treas. 2; Whirlo 1,2; Jr. Play Staff 
3; Choir 1,2,3; Majorette Club 
1,2; Prom Com.; Sr. Class Com. 



CATHERINE MAYFIELD 

2521 I Late Shore Blvd 
Oh, Those Eyes! 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Sec. I 
,2,3,4; Log Staff 3 



Club 1,2,3,4; Newco 
Sisters 3,4; Choir 
Com.; Jr. Play Cast 
Club 1,2; Hockey. 



I; G.A.C. 

Megaphone 

ners I; Sr. 

,2,3; Prom 

Majorette 



jeanne Mcknight 

260 East 2 14 St. 
Our "Queenie" without her king 

Breeze Staff 4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4 
G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Log Staff 3,4 
Megaphone 



Club 
Com.; Jr. Play Staff 
Majorette Club I. 



1,2,3; 
Choi. 



Prom 

1,2,3; 



JAMES MATHERS 


DONA McGINNIS 


476 East 239 St. 


80 East 221 St. 


He gets many places on wheels 


A page from Vogue 


Ad Committee 4; Hi-Y 4; Foot- 
ball 3; Track 4. 


Breeze Staff 3; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Log Staff 3,4; 
Megaphone Club 1,2,3; Jr. Play 
Staff Mgr.; Prom Com.; Chcir 
1,2. 




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LOUIS 


MENTLER 


590 


East 240 St. 


Return 


of King Louis 


Served 


two years in 



JOHN MIHELICK 

21731 Crystal Ave. 
Petes Neat 

Hi-Y 3,4; N.A.S.S. 3,4; Football 
1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Track 3,4; 
Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4; Basket- 
ball 4. 



CHARLES MONTGOMERY 

546 East 266 St. 
Patrick Henry, '49 version 

Bi q Brothers 4; B.L.C. 4; Breeze 
Staff 4; F.T.A. Pres. 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4, 
Sec. 4; Jr. Council World Affairs 
3,4; Log Staff 4, Business Mgr.; 
N.F.L. 3,4; Student Council I; Jr. 
Play Cast; Wrestling I; Track I; 
Choir 1,2,3; Prom Com.; Key Ki- 
wanis 4, Treas. 4; N.H.S. 4; Sr. 
Play Cast. 



JOHN MIHELICK 

834 East 239 St. 
"Brunettes preferred" 

Boys' Chorus I; Hi-Y 3,4; 
and Triangle 3; Baseball 
Basketball 3,4; Football I ,! 
terman's Club 1,2,3,4. 



Scale 
,2,3,4; 
; Let- 



ROBERT MILLER 

44 East 214 St. 
Bobs are in Fashion 

Hi-Y 3,4; Sh. 
Choir 1,2,3,4 
ing 3,4. 



; Science Club 2; 
Track 2,4; Wrestl- 



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SENIORS 



JAMES MORRIS 

552 East 238 St. 
Gentleman Jim 

Madrigals 4; Football Mgr 
Choir 1,2,3,4. 



ROGER NEIDE 

25870 Shorevii 
Jolly Roger 



JOHN ORLANDO 

22340 Arms Ave. 
His soft tone makes us swoon 

Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; B.L.C. 3,4; 
Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. Council World Af- 
fairs 3,4; Madrigals 1,2,3,4; Male 
Quartet 4; Newcomers I ; Band 
1,2; Sr. Quartet 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Aeronautics Club I; Sr. Class 
Com. 



GEORGE MURRAY 




WARD NOLAN 


20751 Fuller Ave. 




180 East 190 St. 


"Our Buddy" 




There's no frown upon his brow 


Hi-Y 3,4; Newcomers 


,2; Basket- 


Big Brothers 4; Boys' Chorus 3,4 


ball 4; Baseball 4; Sr 


Band 1,2; 


B.L.C. 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Log Staff 4 


Choir 1,2. 




Madrigals 3,4; Male Quartet 3,4 
Choir 1,3,4, Pres. 4; Football 3,4 
Letterman's Club 4; Track 2,3,4 
Prom Com.; Sr. Class Com. 




MARION PATETE 






24180 Clark Dr. 






Elle is "petite" 






Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 4 


Log 


Staff 4; Sr. Sisters 


4; Shor 


e Sci- 


ence Club 3; Stud 


;nt Cou 


cil 3; 


Girls' Glee Club 4- 


Choir 1 


,2,3,4; 


Sr. Class Com. 







MAURICE PARSONS 

70 East 2 14 St. 
Innocence so becomes a boy 

Entered in Junior year from Tu 
ner, Kansas. 

Hi-Y 3,4; Basketball 4; Track 
Letterman's Club. 



LOIS PRINGLE 

24060 Clark Dr. 
Philosopher of love 

Breeze Staff 4; Y-Teen 2,3,4; 
G.A.C. 2,3,4; Log Staff 4; Mad- 
rigals Club 1,2,3; Choir 1,2,3,4; 
Girls' Glee Club 4; Jr. Play Staff; 
Majorette Club I; Prom Com.; 
Megaphone Club 1,2,3. 



ELIZABETH PALKO 

25 East 220 St. 
Number nine and mighty fine 

Breeze Staff 3,4, Ed. Bd. 3; Y-Teen 
1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; Log Staff 
3,4, Business Mgr. 4; Megaphone 
Club 1,2,3,4; N.F.L. 3,4; Newcom- 
ers 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Jr. 
Play Cast; Choir 1,2; Prom Com.; 
Sr. Class Com.; Sr. Play Cast. 



SALLY POLLACK 

275 East 238 St. 
Merrily we skate along 

Breeze Staff 4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.C. 3,4; Jr. Red Cross I; Meg- 
aphone Club I; Choir 3,4; Jr. Play 
Staff 3; Girls' Glee Club 4. 



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HAROLD PROSSER 






BARBARA REPICKY 






RUTH RICKENBRODE 


25 East 219 St. 






760 East 236 St. 






22071 S. Lakeshore Blvd. 


"1 got Rhythm" 






The pick of the crop 






Tall Timber 


Prom Com.; Ad Com. 3,4; Biq 
Brothers 4; B.L.C. 3,4, Sec. 4; 
Breeze Staff 3; Dance Band 3; 
Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. Council World Af- 
fairs 3; Log Staff 4; N.F.L. 3,4; 
Speech Club 4; Choir 1,2,3; Foot- 
ball Mgr, 1,2; Jr. Play Cast 3; 
Sr. Class Pres.; N.H.S. 4; Sr. Play 
Cast 4; Track 1; Sr. Class Com.; 
Jr. Class Pres. 






Hockey 3,4; Ad. Com. 4; Breeze 
Staff 3,4, Ad. Mgr. 4; Y-Teen 
1,2,3,4, Pres. 1, Cabinet 3; F.T.A. 
3; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; G.L.C. 2,3,4; 
Jr. Red Cross 2; Log Staff 3,4; 
Megaphone Club 2,3; Service 
Club 2,3,4; Prom Com.; Jr. Play 
Staff; Choir 1,2; Majorette Club 
1,2; Sr. Class Com. 






Breeze Staff 3,4; Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; 
G.A.C. 1,2,3; Log Staff 3,4; Mad- 
rigals 3; Megaphone Club 1,2; 
Sr. Sisters 4; Service Club 4; 
Choir 1,2,3; Jr. Prom Com.; Jr. 
Play Staff; Quill and Scroll. 


JAKE REEBEL 






WILLIAM 


RHODES 




26531 Shore 


View 


20831 


La 


keshore Blvd 




The grass is a 
other field 

B.L.C. 4; Track 


ways 
3,4; 


greener 

Sr. Clas 


in the "Rhode 

Sr. Play 
> Com. 


to success 

Staff 4. 






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GERTRUDE RITCHINGS 

25221 Shoreview 
She carries a smile for all 

Ad. Comrr 
3; Breeze 



littee 2,3,4, Se 
Staff 3,4, Cii 



Mgr. 4; Y-Teen 
1,2,3,4; G.L.C. 4; 
Megaphone Club 
Club 2,3,4; Prom 
Staff; Choir 1,2,3; 
1,2; Sr. Class Cor 



1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 
Log Staff 3,4; 
1,2,3,4; Service 
Com.; Jr. Play 
Majorette Club 
i.; Hockey 4. 



DONALD SAMUEL 

3 13 East 216 St. 
What an example! 

Ad. Com. 3,4; Big Brothers 4; 
B.L.C. 3,4; Dance Band 3,4; Hi-Y 
3,4; Log Staff 4; N.F.L. 4; N.A.S.S. 
3,4; Speech Club 4; Student Coun- 
cil 1,2,3,4, Ad. Bd. 3,4, Pres. 4; 
Band 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; 
Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,34; Jr. 
Play Staff; Prom Com.; Orches- 
tra 2,3; Letterman's Club 2,3,4. 



LEONARD SBROCCO 






19750 


South Lakeshore 1 


Ivd. 


The man 


with all the so 


ngs 




Dance Band 3,4; Hi- 


f 4; 


Band 


1,2,3,4; 


Football 1,2; 


Bas 


etball 


1,2,3,4; 


Baseball 1,2; 


Trac 


! 3,4; 


Jr. Play 


Staff; Orches 


tra 1 


,2,3,4; 


Lettermc 


n's Club 3,4. 







JOHN SALO 

25410 Benton 
Oh, Johnnie — How you can 



Entered 
wood Hi 
Hi-Y 4; 



luni 



srfrom Collin 
Wrestling 4. 



FRANK SASO 

22350 Arms Ave. 
He painted the throne 

Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; B.L.C. 4; 
Breeze Staff 4; Log Staff 4; Mad- 
rigal Sinqers 3,4; Male Quartet 
4; N.F.L. 4; Scale and Triangle 4; 
Shore Science Club 2; Speech 
Club 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Jr. Play 
Cast; Track I ; Aeronautic Club 
I; Prom Com.; Jr. Play Cast. 



age Twenty-eight 









S E N 1 O 












THELMA SCHARES 






WILLIAM SCHWARZ 








NANCY SETRON 




23801 Chadsey Dr. 






260 East 216 St. 








54 East 220 St. 




Full of generosity 

Y-Teen 2,3,4; G.A.C. 






One of the Solon boys 








Dance, Ballerina, dance 




3,4; Mega- 




Hi-Y 3,4; Shore Science 


Club 1,2; 






Breeze Staff 3,4; Y-Teen 


3,4; 


phone Club 2; Sr. S 
Play Staff; Whirlo 2; 
Newcomers 4. 


sters 4; Jr. 




Baseball 1,2,3,4; Movie 


Operator 






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


Log 


Speech 4; 




1,2,3; Jr. Play Staff; P 


om Com. 






Staff 3,4; Megaphone Club 1 
Cheerleader 3,4; Sr. Sister 
Prom Com.; Jr. Play Staff; 


,2,3,4, 
s 3,4; 
Choir 
















1,2; Sr. Class Com. 






ROBERT SCHWABE 






ROBERT SEARS 












13 1 East 207 St. 






801 East 250 St 












Robert's rules of or< 


er! 




The mark of intelli 


gence 








Ad. Com. 4; F.T.A. 


3,4; 


Hi-Y 2; 


Shore Science CI 


b 


3,4 


Pres. 4. 






N.F.L. 4; Slide Rul 


3 2 


Speech 














Club 4; Student Cou 


-icil 2,4; Ger- 














man Club 2; Deba 


ing 


Club 2; 














N.H.S. 4. 


















GRAFTON SIEBER 

19801 Edgecliff Blvd. 
Entered in Junior year from Uni- 
versity High 
God's gift to the world! 

Hi-Y 3,4; Log Staff 4; N.F.L. 3,4, 
Pres. 4; Speech Club 3; Prom 



BESSIE SMITH 

22001 Kennison Ave. 
Twinkle, twinkle little star 

Breeze Staff 4; Y-Teen 2,3,4; F.T.A. 
4, Treas. 4; G.A.C. 2,3,4; G.L.C. 
4; Log Staff 4; Sr. Sisters 3,4; 
Jr. Play Cast; Choir 4; N.H.S. 4. 



Com. 

Com. 



Cast; Sr. Clc 



Play Cast. 



LOUIS SPINO 

2 1970 Westport 
"I can always work for the city" 

Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; 
Baseball 1,2,4; Letterman's Club 
4; Hi-Y 3,4; Band 1,2; B.L.C. 2,3. 



SCOTT SHREWSBURY 

304 East 246 St. 
The taming of the "Schrew" 

Ad. Com. 3,4, V. Pres. 4; Big 
Brothers 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. Council 
World Affairs 3,4; Log Staff 



N.F.L. 4; Scale 
Speech Club 4; 
Prom Com. 



Cast 



ALICE SNIDER 

318 East 222 St. 
Alice leaves wonderland 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; Jr. Red Cross 
2,3,4, Pres. 4; G.A.C, 1,2,3,4; Sr. 
Sisters 3,4, Treas. 4; Service Club 
4; Shore Science Club 4; Major- 
ette Club I; Choir 1,2; Jr. Play 
Staff 3; Sr. Class Com. 



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S E N I O R S B 



WILLIAM SPITZIG 

861 East 239 St. 
Curly and Burly 

Wrestling 2; Breeze Staff 
Football 2. 



HARRY STEELE 

21801 Maydale Ave. 
Just wild about "Harry" 

Ad. Com. 3,4; Big Brothers 4; 
B.L.C. 3,4, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Log 
Staff 3,4; Student Council 3,4, Ad. 
Bd. 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 
2,3; Track 1,2; Jr. Play Staff; Prom 
Com.; Choir 1,2; Jr. Class Treas.; 
Letterman's Club 4; Sr. Class Com. 



THOMAS STRAUSS 

569 East 238 St. 
Fleet of foot and mind 

Ad. Com. 4; B.L.C. 4; Track 3, 
Sr. Class Com. 



BONNIE STEINFURTH 

421 East 222 St. 
A bonny lass is she 

Ad. Com. 4; F.T.A. 
Log Staff 4; Choir 



; G.A.C. 
2,3. 



KENNETH STOCKER 

308 East 210 St. 
Entered from Pennsylvania in 

Mr. "Manners" 

Ad. Com. 3,4; Big Brothers 4; 
B.L.C. 4; Breeze Staff 4; Hi-Y 3,4; 
Jr. Council World Affairs 3,4; Log 
Staff 4; N.F.L. 3,4; Speech Club 
4; Student Council 4; Jr. Play 
Cast; Prom Com.; Football 4; 
Choir 4; Sr. Class Com.; N.H.S. 
4; Sr. Play Cast. 




DORIS TAIT 

174 East 211 St. 
Entered in Junior year fron 
High 

Doris doesn't bore us 
Y-Teen 3,4; G.A.C. 3,4; Ba 



BETTY LOU THOMAS 

I 14 East 220 St. 
For whom the "Bells" toll 

Y-Teen 1,2,3,4, Treas. 4; 
G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; G.L.C. 3,4; Log 
Staff 4; Megaphone Club 1,2; 
Newcomers 2; Sr. Sisters 3,4; Jr. 
Prom Com.; Jr. Play Staff; Choir 
1,2; Hockey 3,4; N.H.S. 4; Quill 
and Scroll. 



MARILYN THOMAS 








THOMAS N. TURNER 


22030 S. Lakeshore Blvd. 








131 East 211 St. 


A smile that beguiles 








T. N. T. 


Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; 








Breeze Staff 4; Shore Scie 


Log Staff 4; Megaphone Club 








1,2,3, Pres. 2. 


2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Choir 










1,4; Jr. Play Staff; Whirlo Club 1; 










Majorette Club 2,3. 










NORBERT TORER 






14 


East 


250 St. 






He's 


a tea 


r(er) 






.A. 4; Scale 


and 


riangle 


3,4. 





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RICHARD TOTH 




GLENN WALLAUZ 






LOIS WEBB 


399 East 250 St. 




134 East 199 St. 






24300 Maplewood Dr. 


A right nice guy 




"Butch's Pal" 






Our Leading Lady 


Ad. Com. 3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. Coun- 




B.L.C. 4; Scale and 


Tria 


ngle 4; 


Breeze Staff 3,4, Ed. Bd. 3; Editor 


cil World Affairs 3,4; Log Staff 4; 




N.H.S. 4. 






4; Y-Teen 1,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; 


N.F.L. 4; Newcomers 2,3,4; Scale 










G.L.C. 2,3,4; Jr. Council World 


and Triangle 4; Speech Club 4; 










Affairs 3; Log Staff 3,4; Mega- 


Prom Com.; Jr. Play Cast. 










phone Club 1,2,3; N.F.L.4; N.H.S. 
3,4; Quill and Scroll 3,4; Sr. Sis- 
ters 4; Service Club 1 ,2,3,4; Speech 
Club 4; Prom Com.; Choir 1,2,3; 
Jr. Play Cast; Sr. Class Com.; Sr. 
Play Cast. 


STEPHEN VLCEK 








NANCY WARE 




875 East 258 St 








141 Lake Edge Dr. 




Unexpected but w 


elcomed 






Jack's silver "Ware" 




Entered in Junior 


year fror 


n Do- 




Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 


1,2,3,4; Jr. 


nora, Pa. 








Red Cross 1,2; Log 


Staff 3,4; 










Megaphone Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3; 










Cheerleader 4; Choir 


,2,3; Prom 










Com.; Jr. Play Staff; 


Majorette 










Club 2,3. 





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RICHARD WETZLER 


NANCY WILL 


BARBARA WILSON 


VITTA YUSHKA 


20250 S. Lakeshore Blvd. 


19827 Lake Shore Blvd. 


54 East 212 St. 


251 East 255 St 


Look at the birdy 


The bloom of youth 


Entered from Patrick Henry in 


Known by his nam 


Breeze Staff 4; Log Staff 4; Shore 


Y-Teen 1,2,3,4; G.A.C. 1,2,3,4; 


Sophomore year 


Track 4. 


Science Club 3; Speech Club 3,4; 


Megaphone Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 


Portia faces the Band 




Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Jr. 


1,2; Jr. Play Staff; Prom Com. 


Breeze Staff 4; Y-Teen 2,3,4; F.T.A. 




Play Cast 3; Photography Club 




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




3,4, Pres. 4. 




Staff 4; Madrigals 4; Megaphone 
Club 3; N.H.S. 3,4; Sr. Sisters 
3,4; Service Club 3,4; Student 
Council 4; Choir 4; Girls' Glee 
Club 4; Prom Com.; Jr. Play Staff; 
Band 2,3,4, Student Conductor 
3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Sr. Class 
Com. 





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SENIORS 



Senior 

NOT PICTURED 



LOUIS KEY 

314 East 210 St. 
His "Key" to success 

Band 1,2,3,4; Hi-Y 3,4; Jr. Play 
Staff; Sr. Play Staff. 



JEAN HOOK 

18008 Maplecliff Dr. 
Entered from Cleveland Heights 
in Senior year 
Heights's loss; Shore's gain 
Y-Teen 4. 



DANIEL CURTO 

21600 Ball 
Danny Boy 

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



ROBERT HENN 

397 East 222 St. 
Jack of all trades 



WILBERT HOFFMAN 

20151 Wilmore 
Printer's Devil 

Football 4; Baseball 2, Mgr 
Choir 1,2,3. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President 
HAROLD PROSSER 

Vice President 
CHUCK JOHNSON 




Secretary 
JUDY CURDY 

Treasurer 
JOHN EVANS 



JANUARY CLASS 



President 
Vice-President 



Tom Teree 
Art Cergol 



Secretary- 
Treasurer 



Marie Sartorio 
Shirley Zanzig 



^Bge Thirty-two 




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"Ammeters are connected in series, 
voltmeters in parallel," reiterates Mr. 
Roy Sharrock, physics instructor, in a 
lively laboratory discussion. As lights 
glow . . . bells ring . . . and motors purr, 
this class is taught how and why the 
mechanical world ticks. 



J^olid Lji 



rmeini 



Lateral area . . . prisms . . . cones . . . 
spheres . . . frustrums . . . altitudes . . . 
Such terms dash through the minds of 
Mr. Donald Mill's predominantly male 
solid geometry classes. Finding how high 
Z is, and whether I is crossed by A or M 
is the problem confronting this class of 
future mathematical wizards. 



CL 



Atomic weights and Planetary elec- 
trons . . . Orbits . . . RA-226.05 . . . 
Chemical reactions ... all these are well 
understood by Mr. Harry Spanglsr's 
chemistry students. During a laboratory 
periods twice a week they have an op- 
portunity to test text book theories. 



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je Thirty-four 



C^nciilsh 



From Shakespeare and his life to "your 
good friend and mine, P. T. Barnum," 
Mr. Meryl Baumer injects his scintillating 
humor into his English classes. Discus- 
sions concerning Beowulf, the Victorian 
period, and the twentieth century are 
ail a part of this course. 



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m 

Troubled with a complex? ... Is life 
getting you down? . . . These and many 
questions like them are answered in Mr. 
Lester Angene's psychology classes. Dur- 
ing the semester the pupils learn the 
forces motivating human behavior, and 
the always valuable method of "how to 
win friends and influence people." 



2), 



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a tied 



"Murder at Mrs. Loring's" is the play 
occupying the attention of Mr. Baumer's 
dramatics class. Participating in class- 
room plays enables the student to apply 
the stage techniques he has learned 
from lectures and books. 




OUR CLASSES 



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"Bonjour" . . . "Comment Allez-vous" 
. . . Mr. Anthony Vaccariello's French 
class although small in number is wise in 
wisdom, for a small group is conducive 
to intensive study and frequent discus- 
sion. 



S^paiiisli 



"Hasta Luego" . . . "Muy Bien" . . . 
These are common phrases heard every 
day in Miss Margarette Patrick's Span- 
ish classes. In this course the pupil is in- 
troduced to the language and acquaint- 
ed with the life and customs in Spain 
and Mexico. 



SU, Matt 

Giving the student free time in which 
to do his homework is the purpose of the 
study hall system. Students are assign- 
ed to study hall when they have a free 
period, and manage to use their time 
wisely so that after school they are free 
to attend club meetings and participate 
In school activities. 



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^ Thirty- 



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ouernmoii 



Powers and Duties of Congress . . . 
The function of the I.C.C. . . . These and 
other phases of our government are 
made clear to all pupils in Mr. Robert 
Jamieson's Government classes. Needs 
and benefits of good government bring 
about many discussions in which the stu- 
dents learn the importance of each gov- 
ernmental department. 



J, 



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V 



Giving every student a greater appre- 
ciation of the history and culture of the 
United States is a duty assigned to Mr. 
Stanley Whiteside, instructor of Amer- 
ican History classes. Through informal 
class lectures and recitation, the pupil 
recognizes the factors comprising the 
building of our nation. 



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American Government, a required 
subject at Shore, acquaints the students 
with politics both at home and abroad. 
How the president and his staff function 
are of great interest to this class in- 
structed by Miss Wilma Gillman. 




19 4 9 LOG 



Page Thirty-sevd 




Se 



"Lady of Fashion" might be the name 
applied to a pupil of the sewing class 
instructed by Miss Edith Lemon. Begin- 
ning with learning to hem and mend in 
the junior high, the student steadily pro- 
gresses in her work to the point where 
she can proudly exhibit a handmade 
suit, dress, coat, or evening gown. 



SI, 



ion 

One of the most informal classes is 
manual training, instructed by Mr. Clar- 
ence Eckert. During the daily periods, 
the boys are trained to take their place 
in the world, knowing the fundamentals 
of a manual career. 



y^ooh 



u "9 

Under Miss Hetty Rosenberger's capa 
bie supervision, junior and senior high 
girls learn, first hand, the art of cooking 
and baking. New gas stoves, recently 
installed, are part of the modern equip- 
ment used. 



19 4 9 LOG 



ige Thirty-eight 



AournatL 



Aspiring journalists enroll in Mr. Roy 
Hindi's introductory course, to acquaint 
themselves with the various phases of 
the present day newspaper. Practical 
application and further study is acquired 
by working on the "Breeze," the "Friday 
Morning Institution." 



& 



Si lie 55 



Banking and legal forms are only a 
part of the curriculum offered in the 
Business course. This class, instructed by 
Miss Jean Bell, acquaints the students 
with commercial forms of the outside 
world and brings an understanding of 
every day problems to Shore pupils. 



cJLibr. 



A privilege which the students enjoy 
is using the library for reference during 
study hall periods and after school. Miss 
Bowditch and her assistant, Miss Gunt- 
ner, aid the pupils in finding suitable 
books in accordance with their needs. 






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■_ 




OUR CLASSES 



Page Thirty-nil 




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Deep-knee bends . . . push ups . . . 
and a fast moving game of volley-ball 
are all a part of the physical education 
classes under the joint supervision of Mr. 
Swackhamer, Mr. Case and Mr. DiBiasio. 
Once every two weeks the boys are pre- 
sented with a guidance program in which 
social and family problems are discussed. 



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«JJ 



Volleyball ... is just one of the many 
sports which the girl's gym classes enjoy. 
Under the supervision of Miss Dorothy 
Gill and Miss Virginia Bell, the girls 
learn good sportsmanship and fair play 
as well as basketball, field hockey, base- 
ball, and badminton. 



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Beginning with simple sketches, the 
students advance to water colors and 
oils. To express their artistic talent and 
improve their technique, Shore students 
are instructed in painting and sketching 
by Mr. Alexander Waselkov. 



19 4 9 LOG 



|ge Forty 



JUNIORS 



MARILYN ABBOTT 
CONNIE ALTER 
ELSIE AUER 
BILL BECKER 



RAY BRANDT 
GEORGIA BRASCH 
JOE BRESNAN 
DIANA CALABRESE 



MILDRED CALABRESE 
BOB CHARSKE 
JOAN CHRISTOPHER 
ROSELLA CHRISTOPHER 



BRUCE COONS 
DOROTHY EARL 
MONA EGGER 
BARBARA EISELT 



ARTHUR GRAY 
JACKIE GORDON 
JULIAN GREVE 
ESTHER HAUSER 



MARY ANNE HOLDREN 
ANNE JEHLICKA 
DAVE KRAMER 
LOUIS KEY 



BiLL LANDEG 
BOB LIMBERS 
BILL LINDSAY 
BOB MARICH 




Kit , ' 



^Bge Forty-two 



CLASS OF '50 




ARDELLE MEYERS 
DOLORES MIHOK 
RAY MONACELLI 
ED NOBBE 



DAVE POWELL 
LONA PRESTON 
NANCY RICE 
MELVYN SELBY 



NANCY SIMMONS 
PAT SOLON 
PAT SUGDEN 
TOM SUSDEN 



GENE WILSON 
JAMES WOODRUFF 
BOB YOUNG 
CHUCK ZNIDARSIC 



JERRY ALABURDA 
MARY AKOS 
LENORE BALTUS 
KATHY BATES 



BOB BERNDT 
GEORGE BLANCHFIELD 
JUDY BOSANKO 
BEVERLY BREWSTER 



RONNY BROWN 
MARY BYRUM 
FRANK CEK 
ROLAND CICIRELLI 



Pag 



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JUNIORS 



JOHN CHUHA 
DOLORES COLANTONIO 
BETTY CRESSMAN 
JOANNE CROSSWELL 



VIRGINIA CONNOR 
JERRY CUNNINGHAM 
MARGARET DeBENEDICTIS 
NANCY DEMETER 



BOB DIRK 

PHILIP DOGANIERO 
JIM DOHERTY 
DOLORES DOMENICK 



LIBBY ERIDON 
BARBARA ERTHAL 
JACK FELDMAN 
WARREN FOSTER 



DOLORES FRABOTTA 
JEAN FROST 
CHERIE GANSON 
LEE GIBSON 



FRAN GIETANO 
MARGARET GILCHRIST 
LOIS GOERS 
CHRISTA GOLLWITZER 



PHYLISS GOSNELL 
GORDON GREAVES 
JACKIE GRIBBONS 
BARBARA GRIFFITH 




Gfioo 




^Bge Forty-four 



CLASS OF '50 




JOHN GUARINO 
PHIL GUTMAN 
BEVERLY HAGEN 
JEAN HASSINK 



LEO HAYBARKER 
BOB HENRIKSON 
MILDRED HENRY 
NORMAN HERRICK 



BETTY HOFFMAN 
DON HOLZHEIMER 
DON ISCHAY 
ELIZABETH JONASSEN 



PAT JORDAN 
JERRY KEYES 
LOUIS KOTNIK 
JIM KOSTELNIK 



JOANNE KOSHER 
MARLENE KRAUSE 
PAT KRAMER 
CHARLES KUEHN 



MARLENE KRECIC 
GERRY LEBAR 
RUTH MARSH 
DOROTHY MAUSER 



MARLENE MECK 
BILL McGAR 
BEATRICE McKONE 
DON McPHERSON 



Page Forty-fi' 



JUNIORS 



DENNIS MLACHAK 
KENNETH MOELLER 
JUNE MONTGOMERY 
RALPH MOON 



CLARICE MORA 
MARY ELLEN MORRIS 
HAROLD MOSES 
GARY NELSON 



NANCY NELSON 
JERRY NUNNALLY 
CARL RANEY 
MARION REED 



KATHRYN REESE 
DENNIS RINALDI 
EDWARD ROBERTS 
AUDREY ROHLOFF 



GARY ROSENTHAL 
LARRY PARR 
BETTY PEAK 
MARY PEDERSON 



SALLY PETTIT 
CAROL SANDSTROM 
PHILLIP SCHLUND 
ELLEN SARTORIO 



ELAINE SCHOTTKE 
JOHN SEITA 
MARCY SHULSON 
BOB SILVOLA 



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CLASS OF '50 



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DAVID SOUTHWICK 
BOB STRATHERN 
LOIS STEFFbN 
KAY STURM 



RUTH THOMAS 
BEVERLY THOMPSON 
JACK THOMPSON 
VIRGINIA TIDERMAN 



LEROY TIMEN 
JOAN TOTH 
JIM VERBSKY 
PAT WAWRZYNIAK 



DOLORES WEINKE 
PHILIP WELKER 
PAT WHITELOCK 
BETTY WISE 



RAY WIDOWSKI 
DONNA WILLSON 
LARRY WILSON 
NORMAN WONDERLY 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President JACK FELDMAN Secretary 

Vice President JOHN GUARINO Treasurer 



DOLORES COLONTONIO 
JIM VERBSKY 



Page Forty-sev^Hp 



SOPHOMORES 



Jane Anderson 
Angelo DeBenedictis 
Carol Crockett 
Nancy Fo If is 
George Gardner 
Clifford Hanks 



Jean Henry 
Kenneth Kaltenback 
Gloria McWherter 
Fred Martin 
Tom Mason 
Kenneth Sandstrom 



Carol Schoenbecl 
Bill Schudel 
George Shepard 
Tom Sterling 
Dick Trebec 
Nancy Wallauz 



Marge Zaletel 
Dolores Auer 
Jack Alaburda 
Pat Alexander 
Bill Arendt 
Ardys Arrison 



Roland Baehr 
Carol Becvar 
Don Barry 
Gail Blanchfield 
Dick Boldin 
Charles Bowman 



Kenneth Braic 
Doug Brown 
Don Browning 
Kean Bubnis 
Ruth Buchta 
Bill Burkholdei 



John Byrum 
Anthony Calabrese 
Jerry Caldwell 
Tom Campbell 
Joy Carr 
Tony Castellano 



Shirley Charske 
Philip Clark 
Don Clifford 
Joyce Codling 
Alice Cook 
Pat Cooney 




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CLASS OF '51 





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Pat Cummings 
Helen Davis 
Donald Dennis 
Bill Dirk 
Bob Eiber 
Ralph Elrick 



Gloria Evens 
Bill Eynon 
Frank Fabec 
Nan Fairchlld 
Gertrude Filsinger 
Dorothy Funk 



Bob Gilmore 
Bernard Glavan 
Ronald Goodrich 
Chuck Graham 
Marjorie Gray 
Glen Gressley 



Gene Gressley 
Douglas Greve 
Mary Ellen Hollyfield 
Dorothy Jameson 
Nancy Jordon 
Barbara Key 



Betty Klein 

Carol Ann Koppich 

Richard Kosteinshek 

Fran Kozlowski 

Joan Langa 

Joan LeBreton 



Mary Jane Leonardi 
Jim Litz 

Maynard Makman 
Pat Marchione 
Marilyn Mathers 
Dean Mclntire 



Gene McLaughlir 
Flora McPherson 
Milford McVeen 
Dick Michelbrink 
Dolores Mihelick 
Gerry Miklavcic 



Ted Monacelli 
Celia Morgan 
Nancy Moretti 
Bruce Murphy 
Bill Muser 
Homer Nagle 



Page Forty-n^ 



SOPHOMORES 



Carol Nelson 
Roberta Nulick 
Dolores Page 
Martha Patmore 
Rickey Payne 
Marie Paz 



Bill Peck 
Burt Peterson 
Babs Peterson 
Frank Podnar 
Ronny Potokai 
Ferolyn Powel 



Earl Price 
Leonard Ratzman 
Claire Reilly 
Rita Rojeck 
James Russ 
Rita Schmidt 



Walter Schwabe 
Bob Setron 
Burleigh Shibley 
Sally Shields 
Herman Sluga 
Robert Soeder 



Vincent Sofia 
James Sobe 
Ann Sortet 
Ray Staley 
Sue Staples 
Janet Steffen 



Joan Stroup 
Virginia Struna 
Andy Szabo 
Alice Tarantinc 
Andy Topassi 
Ann Teegardin 



Rosemary Tiffany 
Ray Timco 
Elaine Timoney 
Pat Toth 
Agnes Toward 
Dolores Verbecky 



Nelson Vixler 
Dick Van Scoder 
Robert Walsh 
Crisy Waterwash 
Peter Wolf 
Howard Welch 







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Marlene Weir 
Don West 
La Verne Wilheln 
Nancy Willson 



Earl Wittine 
Peter Wolff 
Don Yerman 




Sophomores prepare for their Thanks- 
giving Dance. "Oswald," a capon rooster 
was given as first prize in a dance contest 
which was part of the gala evening. 



Page 



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FRESHMAN 



BETTY ABENDROTH 
JOYCE AHEY 
BILL AKOS 
JOAN ALDRED 
SHIRLEY ANDERSON 
DOROTHY ANDREUCCI 
IRWIN APLIS 
BILL ARGENT 
BUZZY ATWOOD 
DONALD BALOUGH 
JIMMY BARLOW 
BEN BATES 
JOANNE BAUER 
SHIRLEY BEALE 
CORRINE BEADLE 
ANDREAN BENO 
PHYLIS BERARDINELLI 
ARTHUR BERNDT 
RONNY BRESKVAR 
SHIRLEY BOYLE 
BARBARA BOYTIN 
JOSEPH BRAUNER 
BEVERLY BRASCH 
BERNADINE BRADNER 
MARILYN BRESKVAR 
NANCY BRIGLEB 
ROBERTA BROWN 
WILLIAM BROWN 
ANNE BROWNING 
RICHARD BROWNING 
LOIS BRUCK 
GEORGE BYRNE 
DORIS BURR 
DICK CAMERON 
ROSE MARY CARABOTT 
BOB MONNETT 
BARBARA CARTWRIGHT 
MIKE CEFARATTI 
RICHARD ZGONC 
CAROL CHLOPEK 
DANNEY COLANTINO 
DICK CONLIN 
EDDIE KOMRAUS 
PAULINE DANIELS 
LEONARD DELAC 
TOM CARNEY 
JOE DOHERTY 
JOAN DONDREA 
RICHAR DOSTAL 
MARILYN DOWIS 
JACK DUGAN 
RITA DUGAN 
LEO DUVAL 
JAMES EICHENBURGER 
CARL EHLERT 
TOM FINNEGAN 
BILL FLYNN 
BOB FETKAVICH 
ROSE MARIE FERRO 
BOB GATER 
CARLTON GEORGE 
THOMAS GIETANO 
PAT GRANT 
JAMES GRAY 
BILL GREEN 
MARY ANN GUIP 
MARGIE HALL 
BEVERLY HALL 
CAROYN HARTZELL 
JOHN HAUSIN 
JIM HIRTLE 
BRUCE HORNER 
MILDRED INFANTOLIN/ 
STAN INTHAR 
CAROL ANN JAKE 
RICHARD JORANKO 
DONALD JUSTUS 
DICK HOGAN 
DORIS HOLZMER 
ROSE KALASKY 
RUTH KALASKY 
MURRY KAPLIN 
BOB KAPPELLE 
RUSSELL KIDD 
TOM KINES 
BETTY KIRCHOFF 
DORIS KOVACH 
KAROL KROHME 
DONALD KURTI 
MARY LA MACCHIA 
JERRY LANGAN 
BARBARA LANGER 
SALVATORE LANZA 
DIANE LESKE 
JANICE LINDSTROM 
WALTER LINDSTROM 








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CLASS OF '52 




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ARLENE LOKAR 
JANE LOWELL 
JOAN LUIKART 
EILEEN MARCHIONE 
SHIRLEY MARDORF 
JANET MAPES 
ALICE MAUSER 
THOMAS McFADDEN 
MARGARET MISKARICK 
DOLORES MIHELICK 
JACK MOCNY 
FRANK MOLNAR 
ROGER MUNNINGS 
DENNIS MURPHY 
JOHN MURRAY 
CHUCK MUSSER 
RICHARD NEUMAN 
BILL NOBBE 
JIM NORSIC 
DICK NUNNALLY 
RONALD OCONNELL 
LOUIS O'KICKI 
DOLORES O'GREEN 
EDWARD OMERZA 
ANDY ORLANDO 
LOIS OSBERG 
TOM PASKINS 
JOHN PASSERELLO 
SAM PATSANIS 
DONALD PLESNICAR 
MARY KOLETIC 
WILLIE POTOCAR 
RONNY REDDING 
MARGE REILLY 
ELAINE REPICKY 
LEONARD RICE 
CHARLES REIGHARD 
MARILYN RINI 
HARVEY ROLL 
NANCY ROLLINSON 
JOHN RYAN 
SHIRLEY SALATELL 
CORINNE SBROCCO 
RONALD SCHMELZER 
PHIL SHANNON 
CLAIRE SHEPARD 
BARBARA SHULTZ 
BOB SIFKA 
RUTH SILL 
AUDREY SIMONIC 
RONNIE SLUGA 
CHUCK SMITH 
JAMES SPERL 
BILL SPORE 
CHARLOTTE STUZEN 
CAROLYN SWACKHAMMER 
MICHAEL TENCH 
JANET THROMMETER 
BARBARA TIFENBACH 
JERALD TURNER 
ROBERT ULMAN 
GRETCHEN UHRY 
HOWARD VELCONER 
ROBERTA WALENSA 
DANIEL WAWRZYNIAK 
LINNY WEISS 
DOLORES WISEMAN 
CAROL WISKES 
WAYNE WOGENSTAHL 
JANET WOODRUFF 
JEANNE WOHLAND 
DONALD WORTH1NGTON 

ARDEN WRIGHT 
NANCY SZABO 
MARIE ZAKRAYSEK 
JOE ZANGHI 
RONALD ZANZIG 



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8th GRADE 



RICHARD ALLAR 
HARVEY AUSTIN 
KENNY ANZELLS 
CONNIE BATES 
RICHARD BEAR 
BOB BEHNKE 
JACKY BERNIER 
DONALD BILLER 
GLEN BOMBACH 
MARIANNE BRADNER 
RICHARD BRENNAN 
KARL BROCKMAN 
MARK BROSE 
ARLINE BROWN 
SHIRLEY CARUSO 
BRUCE CASE 
JOSEPH XASTROVINCE 
DENNIS CHRISTIE 
CONNIE CLAMPITT 
BETTY CLATTERBUCK 
MARSHA COLWILL 
DONALD CONTENZA 
JACK CRAIG 
HAROLD CRANE 
EUGEN CREGO 
BONNIE DAVID 
MARVIN DELUGA 
LUANA DEMETER 
CHERE DICKS 
ARTHUR DRAZ 
DAVID DUSTIN 
TONY EDMONDS 
LOUISE ERZON 
JUDY EYNON 
DONALD FALK 
KENNETH FLICKINGER 
JULIA FLYNN 
JOANNE FIORELLI 
SIDEY FURSMAN 
DEBORAH GABOWITZ 
INEZ GADSBURRY 
STEWART GARDNER 
JAMES GAYLOR 
JOHN GAYLOR 
BARBARA GLINSEK 
PAT GORJUP 
FRANK GUARINO 
MARY ANN HALLACK 
COLEEN HALL 
JAN HANNA 
CLYDE HART 
ESTHER HEINRICK 
SALLY HENDERSON 
BARBARA HENRY 
SONYA HEROLD 
JOAN HUDDLESTONE 
ERIS HULLIN 
ROBERT HULVAT 
KATHLEEN INGHRAN 
SALLY IRONS 
JEAN JACOBSKI 
DALE JAMES 
CAROL JANKE 
BETTY JEVNICKAR 
FRANK JIROVEC 
JENNETTE JOHNSTON 
RONNIE JORANKO 
BETTY JUSTUS 
VERA KALASKY 
JIM KALIN 
BOB KANE 
MARILYN KLINE 
GAIL KIBBY 
JOAN KOSTELNIK 
GERALDINE KOTNIK 
GEROLD KOTNIK 
LOUIS KNEZEVICH 
MAX KRECIC 
GERTRUDE SKROBOT 
PETER KURTZ 
PATSY LEFFERTS 
JOYCE LONG 
CHARLES LONGO 
MARILYN LOVETT 
RALPH LUTHER 
BILL LUX 

SANDRA MacDONALD 
SHIRLY MAGNUSSON 
JIMMIE MAPES 
BETTY MATYAZIC 
JAN McCANDLESS 
PAUL McROWELL 
MICK MICHAEL 
DAVID NICCUM 
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SHIRLY OLSON 
RICHARD PALMER 
ANGELA PARENTI 
MANUEL PAZ 
CHARLES PETERSON 
GERALDINE PERCIO 
GEROLD PETROFES 
RONALD PHILLIPS 
JEANNE POWELL 
SYLVIA PRINGLE 
PHOEBE RANEY 
STEPHEN REPASY 
CHARLES REIER 
GARY RISLEY 
DANNY ROSS 
HOWARD ROSE 
ARTHUR REED 
TOM SABATH 
MARLENE SABEC 
DAVID SAUNDERS 
EDWARD SANTON 
WILLIAM SCHNEIDER 
CELIA SERNS 
ROXANNE SHIRK 
NAVARRE SIEBER 
KENNETH SMITH 
JACK SOLL 
SUE SPANGLER 
BEVERLY STEVENS 
EDNA STOREY 
JAMES TEEGARDIN 
OTTO THOMAS 
THEODORE THOMAS 
FREDDIE THOMPSON 
WILLIAM TLEWELLYN 
RICHARD TODD 
FRANK TOPLAK 
BILL TROUT 
KENNETH WUCHTE 
JACK WATKINSON 
EDWARD WELLING 
MARY LOU WEIR 
ARTHUR WEST 
WILLARD WERTENBERGER 
KENNETH WHITLOW 
DONALD WEICK 
RUTH WILK 
RICHARD WOLGEMUTH 



JOAN YARDBOUGH 
MARY LOU ZAHLER 
GARY ZANZIG 



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7th GRADE 



LUCILLE BAILEY 
DALE BENTHEIMER 
ARLENE BIRCHAK 
ANTHONY BUCHTA 
WILLIAM BURROWS 
MAUREEN BURNS 
LEE BUSH 

SHIRLEY CAMERON 
JOAN CAMPBELL 
CAROL CARLSON 
LEONARD CEFARATTI 
SALLY CHAMBERS 
DAVID CHAPPELL 
ROGER CHAPMAN 
GEORGE CHIPPENDALE 
ANILLE CHRISTIE 
DOLORES CIPRIANO 
JOYCE CRAMER 
CAROL CRESSMAN 
MORRIS DANZINGER 
ANN DELINGER 
ROBERT DIETZ 
BARBARA DORN 
DAVID DOUGLAS 
MIKE DRAGAS 
BILL DURAN 
BARBARA EARLY 
TONI EARL 
ROBERT EHAS 
JANET EIBER 
MARILYN ELY 
EUGENE EMTER J 

MADALINE ESPOSITO 
MARY FALLS 
JAMES FAIRCHILD 
CHRISTINE FAZIO 
AUDREY FOERSTE 
DONALD FORCE 
WILLIAM FORTNER 
JANET FRECH 
DAVID GERLAND 
GAIL GLEITZ 
ROBERT GILCHRIST 
CURTIS GORDON 
SHIRLEY GREAVES 
BETTY GRUGEL 
LOIS GRUHN 
DAVID HAHN 
JOAN HAIGHT 
DONALD HALE 
DONNA HARTZELL 
SANDRA HAW 
BARBARA HAZEN 
CHARLES HOEFLE 
ARTHUR HOLDEN 
MARY HOPP 
AGNES HORVATH 
JOSEPHINE IAFELICE 
BARBARA JANKE 
JAMES JANKE 
BARBARA JENNE 
NANCY TODD 
GLORIA JONES 
ROBERT KAROL 
ANNE KELSO 
BARBARA KILMA 
RAY KNOCH 
PATRICK KLOSKY 
ROLAND KOSTEINCHEK 
JANET KOVACH 
MARCIA KUCHERA 
JOANNE LACEY 
BETTY LA MACCHIA 
EDWARD LANGER 
DAVID LINDSAY 
PATRICIA LITTLE 
MARILYN LLOYD 
ELAINE LOKAR 
HENRY LUETHEMAYER 
THOMAS MACKENZIE 
JUNE MARCHIONE 
DORIS MARIA 
CAROL MAROLT 
BARBARA McGOWAN 
CHARLES McQUIGAN 
DEAN MclNTIRE 



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KAYLENE MILLER 
RUTH MILLER 
DORIS MISKOS 
JAMES MOFFOT 
NANCY MORROW 
CAROLYN MOSALL 
JOAN MYERS 
RICHARD NEMETH 
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JANET NEWMAN 
BOB NEWMAN 
JOAN NUTCHLER 
LAWRENCE OBERDANK 
JOANNE OGILVIE 
BOB ORLANDO 
JOAN OSBORN 
CONSTANCE PARR 
TOMMY PASKINS 
PEGGY PATRICK 
BOB PAYNE 
KATHERYN PECK 
GERALD PEDERSON 
GERALD PETERS 
EVELYN PETROFES 
MICHAEL PATETE 
VEROL PIERCE 
CAROL POTOCAR 
GEORGE REPASY 
DONALD REIGHARD 
PATRICIA ROLLS 
JOHN ROOME 
STEVE ROSIC 
PAUL RYAN 
BOB SANDMAN 
TOM SANZABRINO 
CLARENCE SAVAGE 
JOHN SKULA 
ED SEAMAN 
HAROLD SHIRK 
RICHARD SECONDO 
JOHN SKIMER 
BOB SMITH 
BRADLEY SMITH 
JAMES SNIDER 
SANDRA SNOW 
HELEN SALOME 
JEAN SPICE 
CAROL STAPLES 
SUSANNE STOKES 
ROBERT SLONAKER 
RICHARD SWETEL 
BARBARA SYNENBURG 
KATHLEEN THOMPSON 
TOMMY THOMPSON 
'OAN TUMBREY 
SUSANNA TWEED 
DOLORES WALENSA 

MARY WATKINS 
KENNY WATSON 
MARIAN WATTS 
GARY WEIR 
CHUCK WHEATON 
RONALD ZALETEL 
MARY LOU ZULIC 




Junior High students enjoy one of their 
first assemblies of the year sponsored by 
the 1949 LOG staff. 



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ROW ONE— Mr. Spangler, S. Shrewsbury, M. Byrum, D. Colantonio, T. Teree. ROW TWO— F. 
McPherson, J. Toth, B. Repiclcy, E. Hauser, P. Solon, P. Mueller, B. Steinfourth, M. Patmore, R. Thomas, 
G. Ritchings, J. Frost, M. Basz. ROW THREE— M. Schulson, M. Mathers, A. Ludwig, A. Meyers, 
K. Strum, J. Whiteside, S. Staples, P. Wawrzyniak, J. Curdy, C. Beeson. S. Shields, B. Griffith, K. 
Bates. ROW FOUR— T. Mlakar, W. Schudel, R. Chidley, J. Verbsky, C. Raney, J. Mathers, J. 
Woodruff, B. Schwabe, G. Rosenthal, H. Prosser. ROW FIVE— P. Doganiero, R. Toth, R. Widow;ki, 
D. McPherson, H. Steele, D. Powell, K. Stocker, R. Brandt, A. DeBenedictus, R. Monacelli. 



A few of the pet sayings of the 
enterprising Ad Committee mem- 
bers, "Buy your tickets from me . . . 
Give me your hand to be stamped 
. . .Sorry, wrong door," have trade- 
marked this club as one of the most 
active and efficient in the school. 
Smoothly run by Mr. Spangler, 
Athletic Manager, the committee 
sells tickets to, and works at, all 
home contests. Members are 
chosen on the basis of willingness 
and initiative. 




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SERVICE CLU 







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ROW ONE— P. Toth, D. Colantonio, A. Meyers, M. Egger, Miss Campbell. ROW TWO— J. Hug 
C. Beeson. M. Humphreys, C. Gallwitzer, J. Christopher, J. Hassinlc, A. Ludwig, P. Kramer, E. Auer 
M. Read, M. Gallitto, J. Morris. ROW THREE— N. Fairchild, C. Wilson, D. Frabotto, A. Mast 
L. Steffen, M. Hill, B. Griffith, B. Cressman. N. Forestek, D. Clarricoates, K. Bates, V. lacobacci 
ROW FOUR— B. Repicky, P. Mueller. E. Jonassen, A. Lokar, B.Wilson, L. Webb, P. Solon, A. Snider 
R. Rickenbrode, G. Ritchings, G. Volney. ROW FIVE— A. Browning, K. Sturm, M. Byrum, G. Lebar, C 
Schoenbeck, J. Frost, J. Carr, V. Gates, B. Hagen, N. Demeter, J. Gribbons, C. Shepard. 

President Ardelle Meyers 

Vice President Dolores Colontonio 

Secretary Mona Egger 

Treasurer Pat Toth 




Hilarious plays . . . melodious 
concerts . . . and sad Commence- 
ments are all in a night's work of 
ushering for the Service Club. "If 
there is any work to be done, the 
Service Club will do it." 

This motto could well be used 
by Miss Campbells courteous or- 
ganization, whose duties are many 
and varied. This year the girls 
aside from selling school supplies 
and ushering, adopted a large Ken- 
tucky family and sent them many 
packages of food and clothing. 



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ROW ONE— Mr. Mills, B. Lindsay, D. Samuel, J. Feldman, J. Morris. ROW TWO— C. Crokett, M. 
Byrum, J. Christopher, P. Mueller, B. Wilson, P. Solon, V. Cole, P. Wawsyniak, P. Kramer. ROW 
THREE— V. lacobacci, J. Dondrea, B. Langer, J. Lacey, M. M. Hill, A. Browning, A. Meyers, M. 
Mathers, M. Rini, N. Forestelc. ROW FOUR— K. Stocker, C. Johnson, B. Schwab, T. Terree, A. Cergol, 
G. Rosenthall, H. Stelle, R. Potokar. ROW FIVE— B. Fortner, O. Thomas, B. Klaas, R. Brandt, J. 
Feldman, P. Wolf, M. Tench, J. Snyder. 




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CO U N C I L 



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ROW ONE— Mr. Mills, W. Lindsay, D. Samuel, J. Feldman, J. Morris. ROW TWO— H. Steele, T. 
Teree, C. Johnson, B. Klass. ROW THREE— V. lacobacci, A. Ludwig, P. Mueller, J. Christopher, A. 
Meyers. 



STUDENT COUNCIL ADVISORY BOARD 

Shore's student government is a democratic organization which represents the 
entire student body. The members of the Council formulate plans, solve student prob- 
lems, create a favorable student-teacher relationship and sponsor many annual affairs. 

Each homeroom elects a representative to participate in the council. Mr. Miller and 
Miss Jones are the sponsers of this vital organization. 

The Advisory Board is the part of the government which selects projects, intro- 
duces new programs, and nominates officers for the following year. To become a 
member you must be elected by the council. 



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SC5ENCE CLUB 




ROW ONE— T. Carney. P. Alexander, B. Sears, W. Aldred, Mr. Gebhart, P. Wolff. ROW TWO— D. 
Earl, W. Green, V. Struna, D. West, D. Southwiclc, A. Snider, M. Makman, M. Kaplin, J. Lowell. 



President Bob Sears 

Vice President Wesely Aldred 

Secretary-Treasurer Pat Alexander 



The Shore Science Club, reor- 
ganized last year under the direc- 
tion of James Gebhart, continued 
to be one of the most active and 
educational organizations at Shore 
this year. 

The general theme and interests 
of the club have centered around 
biology and natural science. Under 
the guidance of a few members 
interested in "ham" radio a study 
of radio and electronics was con- 
ducted. A trip to the Lighting In- 
stitute at Nela Park was one of the 
outstanding events of the year. 




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FUTURE TEACHERS 



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ROW ONE— Miss Williams, B. Smith. C. Montgomery, M. Hill, J. Montgomery. ROW TWO— 3. 
Griffith, S. Shields, D. Bastaick, C. Becvar, L. Steffan, N. Wallauz. ROW THREE— A. Tarintino, A. 
Mast, M. Gallitto, J. Henry. M. Humphreys, C. Lux, L. Wilhelm. ROW FOUR— G. Volney, B. Thomas, 
R. Schwabe, T. Teree, W. Lindsay, J. Butler, E. Jonassen, B. Steinfourth. ROW FIVE— 3. Key, V. 
Gates, D. Weinke. J. Anderson, M. Byrum, G. Lebar, B. Hagen. 



President Chuck Montgomery 

Vice President Mary Margaret Hil 

Secretary June Montgomery 

Treasurer Bessie Smith 




"What a day," sigh future 
teachers after a session of trying 
to control and teach a group of 
elementary students. Organized in 
an effort to provide experience for 
aspiring teachers, the Future 
Teachers Club members learn how 
it feels to be at the head of the 
slass. By doing practice teaching 
in the lower grades the members 
are endeavoring to find a better 
and more modern method of es- 
tablishing pupil-teacher relation- 
ships. 



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SENIOR SISTERS 




ROW ONE— C. Beeson, J. Hug, A. Ludwig, S. Snyder, Miss Pierson. ROW TWO— J. Christopher, 
A. Meyers, C. Mayfild, B. Smith, M. Humphries, N. Setron, E. Auer, M. Abbott. ROW THREE— M. 
Petete, M. Calabrese, N. Forestek, J. Feldman, D. Clarricoates, C. Wilson, D. Calabrese, V. Icabocci. 
ROW FOUR— P. Mueller, N. Drach, B. Wilson, L. Webb. R. Rickenbrode, B. Thomas, P. Solon, J. 
Loyke. ROW FIVE— V. Gates, C. Hausrath, V. Cole, J. Burrowsn, E. Hauser, C. Alter, T. Schaers, 
E. Hamilton, J. Curdy. 



President (First Semester) Almira Ludwig 
President (Second Semester) Jean Hug 

Secretary Carole Beeson 
Treasurer Alice Snider 



"Little sister's questions . . . big 
sister's answers." The job of the 
Senior Sisters Club is to acquaint 
freshman girls with high school life. 
A freshman girl's "big sister" helps 
her with any problems she may 
have. 

To be eligible for the Senior 
Sisters a girl must be in the I I A, 
I2B, or I2A class with a good 
scholastic rating. She must be ap- 
proved by Miss Albrecht, dean of 
Girls, her homeroom advisor, and 
Miss Pierson, sponsor of the club. 




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ROW ONE— C. Johnson, R. Chidley, H. Steele. J. Butler, W. Nolan, K. Stoclcer, Mr. Angene. ROW 
TWO — C. Montgomery, D. Samuel, W. Lindsay, J. Kleindienst, H. Prosser, S. Shrewsbury. 



Members of this club are selected senior boys whose duty it is to help freshman 
boys become better acquainted with Shore school. Besides helpful everyday "chum- 
ming," a get-acquainted night was held. 




Each senior boy and his six 
freshman brothers constituted a 
team. A basketball tournament, 
relay races, and wrestling matches 
comprised an evening of relaxa- 
tion, entertainment, and guidance. 



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BREEZE STAFF 


















ROW ONE— Mr. Gray, B. Repicky, J. Butler, L. Webb, J. Hug, D. Harrell, G. Ritchings, Mr. Hinch. 
ROW TWO— M. Hollyfield, J. Curdy, C. Mayfield, B. Smith, S. Pollock, V. Gates, N. Demeter, K. 
Sturm, E. Palko, C. Beeson, N. Setron. ROW THREE— N. Forestek, K. Culp, P. Collins, A. Mast, O. 
Gillette, M. Gallitto, L. Preston, V. Fitzpatrick, M. Krause, J. McKnight, V. lacabocci. ROW FOUR— 
R. Wetzler, C. Montgomery, B. Lewis, G. Klein, F. Saso, T. Terree, K. Stocker, D. McPherson, J. 
Javoris. ROW FIVE— J. Christopher, D. McGinnis, B. Wilson, J. Montgomery, E. Jonassen, R. 
Rickenbrode, C. Alter, R. Marsh, M. Byrum. 



THE SHORE BREEZE 

SHORE HIGH SCHOOL 

East 222nd and Babbitt Road 

Euclid, Ohio 

Leonard E. Loos, Principal 



Published Every Friday During the School Year, 

Except During Vacations 

Printed at the Shore School Print Shop 

75c per Semester: $1.00 by Mail 

Member of National Scholastic Press Association 

and Quill and Scroll 

Editor Lois Webb 

Assistant Editor Jean Hug 

Feature Editor Jim Butler 

Assistants: Carole Beeson, Marlene Gallitto, 
Connie Alter, Marilyn Lasher 
Sports Editor M. M. Hill 

Assistants: Dick Fox, Gene Wilson, Harry 
Steele, Calvin Barclay, Bill Lindsay, Ed 
Nobbe. 



Along Euclid Shores Connie Alter and Joan Christopher 
Shore Senior Shorts Marlene Krecic and Marilyn Lasher 

After Hours Kay Sturm 

Junior High News Betty Thomas 

Alumni News Ruth Rickenbrode 

Library News Kay Culp 

Circulation Manager Robert Marich 

Advertising Manager Bessie Smith 

Copyreaders Ruth Rickenbrode, Mary Byrum 

Typing Audrey Mast, June Montgomery 

Printing Advisor Roland B. Gray 

Office Run Charles Montgomery 

Printing Students. 

Student Photographer Richard Wetzler 

Advisor Ray O. Hinch 

Printing Printing Students 



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Volume XXVII, No. 23 Shore Hiqh School, Euclid, Ohio Fri., Apr.H, 19-19 



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miss Jan Tomkins, 

. assistant in the vocal department. 

John Beck, senior high vocal 

teacher, was chairman of the alto 

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carry them too > uey did not 

consider unlimited armaments 
and vast armies as hindrances to 
progress. 

One of UNESCO's chief pro- 
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lack of work, and poor political 
organization, the three main caus- 
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Chuck Montgomery. 



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honor society for journalist 



he first and final public induction of 
3ter of the Quill and Scroll 

held Monday, April 4th. 
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With Mr. Hinch. Breeze supervisor 
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'«■ ™«. Beverly Hagen, 11 A, was the 
recipient of a $25 award for her 
nie Al- first-prize essay. 




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Teen club. 
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Dave Huprich 
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Catherine Mayfiel 
tickets, Pat W.-i 
freshments, Jean 
Kathy Kates were 
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aper Buying 
rob fern is Scl/td 

The problem of 1 Dyinj. ii4-rd ( 
paper from hall guard po-.ls an 
geting to class in I im< I iv.jid 
tenth period detention ha ." la- 
been solved! 

Supplies usually <.M by ''. rv ii 
Club hall guards rti 
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LOG EDITORIAL STAFF 

ROW ONE— H. Steele, M. Gallitto, J. Butler. C. Beeson, E. Palko, C. Montgomery, Mr. Jamieson. 
ROW TWO— M. Hill, A. Ludwig, J. Gribbons, M. Byrum, C. Alter, V. Gates, D. Colantonio, C. 
Commander, N. Setron, B. Repicky. ROW THREE— V. lacobacci, J. Morris, J. Christopher, J. Hug, 
C. Lux, G. Ritchings, B. Smith, J. Hassink, A. Meyers, N. Forestek. ROW FOUR— D. Samuel, C. 
Johnson, W. Nolan, R. Moon, D. Harrell, B. Cummins, L. Cornelius, B. Schwarz, H. Prosser, D. Toth. 
ROW FIVE— D. Wetiler, D. Bastaick, D. McGinnis, L Webb, P. Mueller, P. Solon, R. Richenbrode, 
N. Drach, B. Wilson, B. Thomas, C. Hausrath, P. Doganiero. 



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Page Seventy 



LOG BUSINESS STAFF 

ROW ONE— M. Hill, B. Thomas, J. Bell. ROW TWO— M. Lasher, D. Bastaick, M. Sartorio, P. 
Mueller, P. Solon, B. Steinfourth, K. Sturm, J. Curdy. ROW THREE— P. Collins, J. Feldman, A. Mast, 
N. Setron, N. Ware, J. McKnight, V. Fitipatrick, N. Forestek. ROW FOUR— R. Wetiler, J. Klein- 
dienst, G. Sieber, B. Lindsay, E. Nobbe, A. Cergol, C. Johnson. ROW FIVE— J. Javoris, R. Moon, 
K. Stocker, B. Lewis, D. Samuel, R. Toth. 




Pounding type for the dummy lay- 
out . . . more pictures scheduled by 
Harold Prosser and Rusty Command- 
er .. . Flash bulbs missing . . . and a 
few over-exposures . . . but the pic- 
tures came through . . . Richard Wetz- 
ler. 



Under the able supervision and 
guidance of Mr. Robert Jameison, 
the 1949 LOG was published by Co- 
Editors Carole Beeson and Jim But- 
ler with Marlene Gallitto as Associ- 
ate Editor ... a great job, well done. 



uction started early in Sep- 
tember . . . hours at Cleveland En- 
graving . . . deadlines, met and miss- 
ed .. . the well planned and careful 
schedule kept moving by Marlene 
Gallitto and her staff. The final re- 
sult is hoped to be our lasting record 
of Shore High in Perspective. 




Meeting the business men of Eu- 
clid was the job of the salesmen and 
saleswomen of the 1949 Business staff. 



Meet that BUDGET! ... and un- 
der the capable leadership of Miss 
Jean Bell it was met . . . Betty Lou 
Thomas and Target Hill talking the 
situation over. 



Coming in after a busy day in and 
out of shops, plants and restaurants, 
were Ken Stocker, Target Hill, Mari- 
lyn Lasher, Grafton Sieber, and Betty 
Thomas. 



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QUILL AND SCROLL 




ROW ONE— C. Alter, M. Gallitto, J. Hug, L. Webb, C. Beeson, B. Thomas, J. Christopher, M. Hi 
ROW TWO— C. Montgomery, J. Montgomery, J. Butler. 



Jean Hug 



CHAIRMEN 



Lois Webb 



Carole Beeson 



This year the first, and last, pub- 
lic induction of members into 
Shore's chapter of the Quill and 
Scroll Society was held on April 
4th. 

The Quill and Scroll is an organ- 
ization designed to give recogni- 
tion to aspiring high school jour- 
nalists. Students, to be eligible for 
membership, must be juniors or 
seniors, in the upper third of their 
class, and be recommended by 
their sponsor for outstanding work 
on either the school paper or the 
yearbook. The Shore chapter is 
sponsored by Mr. Roy Hinch, 
Breeze advisor. 




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NATIONAL HONOR 




SITTING— A. Ludwig, Mr. Whiteside, V. lacobacci. ROW ONE— V. Gates, B. Hagen, J. Toth, A. 
Meyers, C. Wilson, M. Gallitto, B. Thomas, J. Christopher, J. Curdy, L. Webb, T. Teree, J. Butler, B. 
Wilson, G. Lebar, P. Wawrzynialc, B. Smith, B. Griffith, C. Beeson, J. Morris, J. Loylce. ROW TWO— 
G. Wallauz, H. Prosser, W. Aldred, B. Schwabe, J. Verbsky, R. Brandt, B. Lindsay, R. Chidley, C. 
Johnson, C. Montgomery, N. Demeter, K. Stocher, M. Egger, P. Solon. 

President (First Semester) Tom Teree 

President (Second Semester) Jim Butler 

Vice President Barbara Wilson 
Secretary Judy Curdy 




Each January at a solemn and 
impressive ceremony, worthy mem- 
bers of the Junior and Senior 
classes are initiated into the Na- 
tional Honor Society. The mem- 
bers of this society must rank high 
in scholarship, leadership, char- 
acter, and service. 

To be chosen a member of the 
N.H.S. is the greatest honor which 
a high school can bestow on its stu- 
dents. One of the projects of the 
N.H.S. was to sell programs at the 
annual basketball tournament to 
raise money for a wire recorder. 
The club is under the direction of 
Mr. Stanley Whiteside. 



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FORENSIC LEAGUE 




ROW ONE— J. Whiteside, L. Webb, G. Lebar, G. Sieber. ROW TWO— Mr. Baumer, S. Shrewsbury, 
H. Prosser, K. Stocker, C. Montgomery. 



President Grafton Seiber 

Secretary Jerry Lebar 



Blood-chilling renditions of Poe's 
"Telltale Heart" . . . debates on 
World Government . . . and hu- 
morous snores from sleeping cars 

. . . These constitute a few of the 
speeches prepared by National 
Forensic League members for state 
speech contests. 

Within the League itself there 
are several honorary degrees — 
merit (50 points), honor (100 
points), and the highest degree, 
that of distinction (300 points.) If 
one is in the upper third of his 
class scholastically and has accu- 
mulated twenty points in speaking 
he is entitled to become a member 
of the N.F.L. which is sponsored by 
Mr. Meryl Baumer. 




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SCALE & TRIANGLE 




ROW ONE— D. To+h, H. Moses, P. Aplis, W. Duval, S. Shrewsbury, R. Replogle. ROW TWO— B. 
Hendrickson, R. Contenza, R. Neide, G. Sheppard, D. Kramer, T. Monacelli. ROW THREE— D. Hurless, 
.'. Omena, A. Omerza, F. Saso, R. Chidley, D. Rinaldi. ROW FOUR— F. Schultz, G. Wallui, B. 
Becker, L. Haybarder, K. Moeller, L. Landeg. 

President Wilfred Duval 

Vice President Pat Aplis 

Secretary-Treasurer Harold Moses 




Boys who look forward to a fu- 
ture which involves engineering 
take an active interest in the Scale 
and Triangle Club, sponsored by 
Mr. Pohto. 

The purposes of the club are to 
teach the boys to use a slide rule 
and other instruments used in en- 
gineering; to make various me- 
chanical models; and to give talks 
pertaining to different phases of 
engineering. In general the club 
strives to give interested boys a 
background which would prepare 
them for an engineering career. 



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NEWCOMERS CLUB 




ROW ONE— D. Whiteside, G. Shepard. ROW TWO— W. Duval, Miss Aingworth, J. Loyke, A. Cergol 
D. Toth. ROW THREE— C. Bates. A. Cook, M. Abbott, T. Schares, N. Follis, H. Cressman, T. Hill, 
R. Carabotta. 



PRESIDENT 



First Semester 
Second Semester 



Arthur Cergot 
Wilfred Duval 



SECRETARY 



First Semester 
Second Semester 



Joan Loyke 
Thelma Schares 



Knowing what it is like to be a 
new student, members of the New- 
comers Club strive to make friends 
with ail entering students. By giv- 
ing directions to lost and bewil- 
dered strangers the club accom- 
plishes its purpose of bringing new 
students into the fold of the close- 
ly knit Shore flock. The members 
are schooled in courtesy by their 
sponsor, Miss Lucille Aingworth. 




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LETTER WINNERS 



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ROW ONE— J. Guarino, L. Spino, J. Thompson, E. Wilson, D. Fox, F. Andreucci, R. Moon, R. Cicirelli, 
H. Steele, D. Curto, W. Nolan. ROW TWO— W. Erb, J. Javoris, F. Brown, R. Clines, R. Marich, 
C. Johnson, R. Ogreen, B. Klass, D. Samuel, J. Feldman. ROW THREE— J. Sankey, J. Kleindienst, 
T. Cousineau, . Mihelick, T. Ahey, W. Lindsay, E. Nobbe, L Sbrocco, P. Gu+man, D. Harrell, R. 
Cummins, J. Keyes. ROW FOUR— B. Lewis, G. Klein, D. Rinaldi, J. Salo, W. Duval, R. Chidley, P. 
Baynes, C. Barclay, J. Alaburda. E. Pringle, J. Reebel. 

BOY'S LETTER WINNERS 

Track, basketball, football, baseball, and wrestling are the sports in which a boy 
may excel and thus become the proud owned of a letter. He must have proved himself 
outstanding in his chosen sport by using fair play and good sportsmanship. 




N.A.S.S. 

A proud accomplishment of any 
Shore athlete is to be chosen by 
the National Athletic Scholarship 
Society. To be eligible, a boy must 
have earned an athletic letter, and 
be in the upper forty per cent of 
his class scholastically. This club 
is perhaps an athlete's greatest in- 
centive toward working for better 
grades. 



ROW ONE— R. O'Green, B. Marich, D. Fox, F. Andrecci. 
ROW TWO— F. Brown, D. Samuel, E. Nobbe, R. Chidley, B. Clines. 



Page Seventy-se\ 



CHEERLEADER 




-Nancy Setron, Jean Feldman, Babe Palko, Dolores Frabo+ta, Pat Collins, 
Captain Audrey Mast, Nancy Ware, Marlene Krause. 




"Victory, Victory, is our cry." . . . These 
"Familiar words re-echo in the minds of 
Shore students and are always associated 
with the 1948-49 Cheerleading Squad. The 
cheerleaders this year were led by captain, 
Audrey Mast, and sponsored by Miss Vir- 
ginia Bell. 

Round-offs . . . backbends . . .front-overs 
. . . cartwheels . . . were all part of the 
intricate formations which brought the 
"Runner-up" trophy to this outstanding 
team. 



Captain, Audrey Mast, proudly exhibits the 
won by the Shore squad tor "Runner-up" 
cheerleading contest. 



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MAJORETTES 




Left to right — Dolores Weinke, Mona Egger, Kay Sturm, Co-leaders Judy Curdy and Carole Beesor 
Ardelle Meyers, Joan Toth, Elaine Schottke. 



"Here comes the band!" . . . And strutting 
proudly before it are the Shore Majorettes, 
who add color annd intricacy to the varied 
routines performed at all home end away 
games. Seniors Judy Curdy and Carole Bee- 
son were co-leaders of the corps, consisting 
of eight girls from the junior and senior class- 
es. Two new majorettes were chosen from a 
large group of aspirants at the beginning of 
the year. Each morning during the football 
season they practiced their routines along 
with the marching band. 




Eight girls, plus, eight batons, plus, eight new white satin uniforms, 

equal. . . . The Shore Majorettes, led by Co-leaders, 

Judy Curdy and Carole Beeson. 



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SENIOR 

ROW ONE— Mr. Schwegler, C. Montgomery, J. Javoris, B. Lewis, F. Brown. ROW TWO— J. Colon 
tonio, J. Orlando, J. Gilmore, T. Mlakar, C. Barclay, J. Salo, R. Fox, C. Johnson, R. Altkneckt, R 
Heidnik, D. Curto, J. Evans, W. Erb. ROW THREE— R. Contenza, D. Samuel, W. Klass, R. Clines 
L. Humphreys, K. Stocker, L. Cornelius, H. Steele, S. Shrewsbury, R. Toth, W. Nolan, J. Bresnan 
ROW FOUR— G. Sieber, H. Prosser, R. Cummins, A. Cergol, F. Andreucci, J. Mihelick, T. Ahey 
J. Mathers, T. Teree, J. Kleindienst, W. Gorka, D. Harrell, W. Krasch. ROW FIVE— W. Duval, J. Butler 
R. Chidley, L. Sbrocco, G. Murray, J. Campbell, W. Schwarz, L. Key, P. Mihelick, E. Pringle, P. Baynes 
R. Miller, M. Parsons. 

JUNIOR 

ROW ONE— Mr. Schwegler, C. Montgomery, J. Javoris, B. Lewis, F. Brown. ROW TWO— L Hay 
barker, R. Cicirelli, R. Brandt, J. Thompson, J. Guarino, C. Znidarsic, G. Blenchfield, J. Cunningham 
P. Sudgen. ROW THREE— D. Kramer, P. Doganiero, T. Sudgen, K. Roberts, J. Keyes, J. Feldman 
R. Monacelli, E. Roberts. ROW FOUR— A. Omerza, J. Woodruff, E. Nobbe, W. Lindsay, T. Cousineau 
P. Gutman, J. Verbsky, G. Rosenthal. ROW FIVE— J. Bresnan, T. Parisi, R. Moon, G. Alaburda 
G. Wilson, W. Landeg, D. McPherson. 



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SENIOR 

ROW ONE— M. Gallitto, M. Pa+e+e, J. Carabotta, M. Hill, B. Thomas, J. Morris, J. Curdy, J. Feld- 
man, S. Zanzig, C. Janovac, R. Elfman, J. McKnight, K. Culp, B. Ljubi. ROW TWO— Miss Patrick, 
V. lacobacci, O. Gillette, A. Ludwig, M. Lasher, T. Schares, J. Kovach, E. Palko, N. Will, N. Ware, 

C. Commander, B. Blackwell, S. Horner. ROW THREE— N. Forestek. M. Thomas, D. Clarricoates, 

D. Tait, E. Kubecek, B. Smith, K. Thompson, S. Pollock, M. Burns, C. Beeson, J. Hug, B. Wilson, 
C. Lux. ROW FOUR— B. Dixon, N. Setron, C. Mayfield. A. Lee, A. Snider, R. Rickenbrode, E. Luther, 
V. Gates, C. Hausrath, J. Loyke, P. Mueller, M. Satorio, J. Kopanski. ROW FIVE— L. Webb, B. Wilson, 

E. Hamilton, B. Repicky, D. McGinnis, G. Rltchings, N. Drach, D. Bastaick, V. Cole, J. Burrows. 

JUNIOR 

ROW ONE — G. Uhry, D. Jameson, D. Auer, J. Dondrea, D. Kovach, M. Lamacchia, J. Mapes, R. 
Carabotta, J. Luikart, B. Tiffinbach, F. McPherson, A. Tarintino. ROW TWO— A. Wright, D. Ogreen, 

B. Langer, L. Osberg, N. Fairchild, C. Morgon, R. Tiffany, P. Toth, P. Cooney, G. Filsinger, P. Daniels, 

C. Krome, R. Dugan C. Harwell. ROW THREE— E. Reoicky, D. Wiseman, D. Holzmer, M. Hale, A. 
Browning, M. Zalete, N. Wallauz, S. Shields, A. Towar, B. Hall. J. Ahey, D. Andreucci. M. Dowis, Mrs. 
Wilson. ROW FOUR— J. Langa, B. Schulz, A. Arrison M. Leonard!, N. Moretti, D. Klein, N. Jordon, 

D. Funk, M. Mathers, N. Rollinson, R. Ferro, D. Verbsky, M. Basz, A. Simonic. ROW FIVE— J. Steffen, 
C. Crockett, R. Walenzd, J. Woodruff, P. Alexander, C. Swackhamer, G. Volney, M. Patmore, A. Lokar, 

E. Timoney, J. Anderson, S. Staples, D. Mihelick, N. Follis, J. Aldred. ROW SIX— B. Key, C. Stuzen, 
V. Struna, J. Whiteside, J. Linstrom. J. Mardorf, M. Miskrich, O. Shepard, D. Lekse, M. Hollyfield, 
C. Nelson, B. Pederson, R. Nulick, C. Becvar. 



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SENIOR 

ROW ONE— M. Petete, N. Forestek, J. Carabotta, J. McKnight, Miss Gill, M. Meek, V. lacobacci, 
S. Zanzig, M. Gallitto, O. Gillette, C. Lux, A. Mast. ROW TWO— M. Burns, M. Lasher, A. Ludwig, 
J. Curdy, S. Pollock, E. Hamilton, J. Kovach, B. Smith, D. Tait, C. Commander, N. Setron. ROW 
THREE— M. Hill, S. Horner, C. Beeson, E. Palko, K. Mayfield, N. Ware, J. Hug, R. Elfman, B. Ljubi, 
D. Clarricoates, J. Feldman. ROW FOUR— C. Wilson, N. Drach, L. Webb, E. Luther, C. Janovac, 
A. Snider, A. Lee, V. Cole, B. Wilson, D. McGinnis, B. Thomas. ROW FIVE— T. Schares, D. Bastick, 
C. Hausrath, G. Ritchings, B. Repicky, P. Mueller, J. Loyke, N. Will, M. Sartorio, V. Gates, B. Blackwell. 



JUNIOR 

ROW ONE— M. Pederson, M. Krause, M. Gilchrist, A. Rohloff, B. Wise, D. Frabotto, S. Zanzig 
V. lacobacci, M. Meek, F. Gietano, K. Bates, N. Simmons, D. Calabrese, M. Abbott. ROW TWO- 
M. Calabrese, L. Gibson, P. Kramer, P. Wawrzyniak, M. Egger, C. Alter, A. Meyers, J. Christopher 
E. Waltemeade, S. Pettit, M. Henry, G. Lebar, C. Gallwitzer, J. Bosanko, E. Auer, E. Sartorio, Miss Gill 
ROW THREE— B. Brewster, P. Gosnell, P. Spencer, M. Read, J. Hassink, D. Colantonio, J. Henry 
L. Preston, N. Rice, J. Gribbons, M. Holden, M. Paleit, B. Cressman, L. Steffen, B. Griffith. J. Croswell 
ROW FOUR— B. Lavo, V. Tiderman, J. Gordon, M. Kresic, B. McKone, J. Montgomery, C. Sandstrom 
E. Jonassen, D. Mauser, P. Solon, B. Erthal, R. Thomas, J. Kosher, J. Frost. ROW FIVE— N. Demeter 
B. Dixon, E. Hauser, R. Marsh, J. Toth, D. Dominick, P. Jordon, D. Weinke, C. Reese, M. Byrum 
G. Brasch, L. Goers, E. Schottke, N. Nelson, L. Eridon. 





SOPHOMORES AND FRESHMEN 

ROW ONE— A. Cook, J. Langa, N. Fairchild, D. Jameson, G. Uhry, J. Dondrea, A. Wright, M. Meek, 
V. lacobacci, S. Zanzig, D. Auer, J. Mapes, R. Carabotta, . Luikart, F. McPherson, A. Tarintino. 
ROW TWO— S. Shields, G. Filsinger, J. Whiteside, B. Hall, R. Ferro, C. Sbrocco, E. Repicky, J. Ahey, 
A. Browning, C. Shepard, M. Dowis, N. Rollinson, C. Crockett, M. Hollyfield, C. Becvar, P. Cooney. 
ROW THREE— M. Rini, B. Langer, H. Hartzell, M. Mathers, D. Funk, A. Simonic, M. Zalete, B. Schulz, 
N. Wallauz, C. Krome, D. Holzmer, N. Jordon, N. Moretti, L. Osberg, D. Verbsky, M. Basz. ROW 
FOUR— H. Lowell, J. Woodruff, C. Schoenbeck, M. Miskrich, J. Anderson, P. Alexander, D. Mihelick, 
R. Tiffany, A. Lokar, M. Patmore, G. Volney, J. Aldred, C. Beadle, N. Follis, R. Walenzd. ROW 
FIVE— B. Key,, R. Nulick, J. Steffen, S. Staples, C. Stuzen, C. Janke, D. Mihelick, L. Bruck, S. Mardorf, 
J. Lindstrom, J. Wohland, B. Pederson, N. Nelson, C. Morgan, P. Toth. 




GIRLS LETTER WINNERS 

Years of hard work and perse- 
verance have proved fruitful for 
the few girls who can be justifiable 
proud of their athletic letter. These 
letters are awarded on the basis 
of a point system. The girls earn 
points in various ways, such as, bas- 
ketball, volley-ball, and baseball in 
school and biking, hiking, and 
horseback riding outside of school. 



ROW ONE— P. Mueller, B. Thomas, 
ROW TWO— J. Feldman, B. Wilson, 



M. Gallitto. 
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BOYS LEADERS 



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ROW ONE— L. Humphries, T. Strauss, G. Wallauz. H. Prosser, C. Johnson, H. Steele, W. Nolan, 
J. Cunningham. ROW TWO— G. Blanchfield, B. Sivola, D. Samuel, G. Shepard, R. Contenza, B. Clines, 
J. Evans. ROW THREE— L. Cornelius, G. Pringle, A. Cergol, F. Saso, J. Rebel, W. Krasch, F. Andrucci, 
L. Parr. ROW FOUR— R. Altlcnecht, H. Welsh, J. Bresnan, J. Bresnan, J. Orlando, R. Heidnick, J. 
Caldwell, K. Stoclcer. 

President Chuck Johnson 

Vice President John Evans 

Secretary Harold Prosser 

Treasurer Harry Steele 



Demonstrating proper hurdling 
and high jump techniques to less 
experienced boys and assisting the 
gym teachers is the job of the Boys 
Leaders. Each leader has a squad 
in class and he develops his own as 
a team. 

This type of work gives the boy 
excellent practice in leading. Boys 
from the sophomore, junior and 
senior classes are eligible to join. 
Distinguished by their white uni- 
forms, the boys make application 
to the club and are voted upon. 




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GIRLS LEADERS 



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ROW ONE— Miss Bell, M. Abbott, P. Cooney, B. Smith, A. Ludwig, J. Curdy, M. Hill, D. Colontonio, 
N. Demeter, J. Gribbons, Miss Gill. ROW TWO— F. McPherson, V. lacabocci, C. Lux, B. Griffith, 
P. Toth, M. Gallitto, J. Feldman, M. Mathers, J. Morris, N. Setron. ROW THREE— D. Mauser, R. 
Thomas, N. Drach, B. Wilson, P. Mueller, P. Solon, L. Webb, G. Ritchings, B. Repicky, B. Thomas. 
ROW FOUR— J. Cristopher, V. Gates, S. Zanzig, J. Whiteside, J. Toth, M. Egger, P. Wawryzniak, 
M. Meek, A. Meyers, C. Crockett. 



President Mary Margaret Hill 

Secretary-Treasurer Judy Curdy 




The blowing of a whistle . . . the 
familiar words "line up" . . . and 
"what happened to squad four?" 
. . . are all part of the every day 
work of the Girls Leaders Club. 

The main purpose of this organ- 
ization is to assist the gym instruc- 
tors during gym classes and in in- 
tramural sports. A limited number 
of girls from the sophomore, jun- 
ior, and senior classes are chosen 
for membership each year. The 
Leaders are jointly sponsored by 
Miss Dorothy Gill and Miss Vir- 
ginia Bell. 



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GIRLS LEADERS 



SeaconA, 



Judy Curdy 
Jean Feldmar 



Vincetta Icabocci 
Joan Morris 



Audrey Mast 
Barbara Repicky 



Nancy Drach 
Gertrude Richings 



Betty Lou Thomas 
Marlene Gallitto 




Claire Lux 
Barbara Wilson 



Lois Webb 
Nancy Setron 



Pat Mueller 
Virginia Gates 
Shirley Zanzig 



Miss Virginia Bell 
Miss Dorothy Gil 



3essie Smith 

V^ary Margaret Hi 



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JUNIOR PLAY 



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ROW ONE— C. Reese, M. Henry, P. Wawrzyniak, N. Demeter, M. Byrum, J. To+h, Mr. Angere. 
ROW TWO— K. Bates, L. Steffen, J. Gribbons, M. Read, P. Gosnell, B. Griffith. ROW THREE— G. 
Lebar, D. McPherson, R. Brandt, J. Verbsky, J. Greve, E. Jonassen. ROW FOUR— R. Henrikson, 
D. Kramer, G. Rosenthal, R. Widowski, R. Wetiler. 




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"I Remember Mama," a wholesome comedy pro- 
duced by Mr. Angene and the Junior Class, will always 
remain prominent in the minds of Shoreites as one of the 
best. 

The play centers around "Mama," (Pat Wawrzyniak), 
Papa (Ray Widowski), and their children, Dagmar, (Kathy 
Bates), Christine, (Joan Toth), Nels, (Ray Brandt), and 
Katrin (Barbara Griffith), who tells the story. 

'Mama's" three sisters, portrayed by Mary C. By- 
rum, Kathryn Reese, and Elizabeth Jonassen, complicate 
the plot, while, Uncle Chris, "the black Swede," lends hu- 
mor and tenderness. 



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JUNIOR PLAY 



PRODUCTION STAFF 




ROW ONE— P. Sosnell, L. Preston, M. Abbott, J. Croswell, L. Steffen, F. Gietano, E. Sartorio, M. 
Krause, B. Wise, D. Frabotto, P. Spencer. ROW TWO— M. Paleit, L Goers, B. Hagen, D. Weinke, 
N. Nelson, M. Egger, C. Alter, D. Colantonio, N. Rice, S. Pettit, B. Cressman, E. Auer, K. Bate5. 
ROW THREE— B. Coons, J. Hassinlc, A. Meyers, J. Christopher, P. Kramer, D. Mihok, K. Strum, C. 
Sallwitzer, J. Bosanko, E. Waltermade, M. Holden, N. Wallauz, W. Rhodes. ROW FOUR— P. Doga- 
niero, D. Powell, A. DeBenedictus, C. Znidarsic, J. Thompson, W. Lindsay, E. Nobbe, L. Paar, R. 
Cicirelli, D. McPherson, J. Feldman, R. Monacelli, Mr. Angene. ROW FIVE, — P. Solon, E. Hauser, 
M. Krecic, V. Tiderman, C. Sandstrom, J. Montgomery, J. Kosher, R. Thomas, G. Brasch, J. Frost, 
J. Gordon, E. Schottke, R. Marsh. 



Swift change of twenty-eight scenes, and difficult 
properties, demanded an alert, well-trained produc- 
tion staff. Although little credit is given, much is 
deserved, by this hard working group behind the 
curtain. The Production Staff for "I Remember 
Mama" was headed by: 

Beverly Hagen House Manager 

Elsie Auer Home Room Ticket Manager 

Frances Gietano ..." Reservations 

Kay Sturm Publicity 

Ruth Marsh Wardrobe 

Sally Pettit Properties 

Ed Nobbe Scenery 

Jean Hassink Art 

Pat Kramer Furniture 

Pat Spencer Stage Crew 

Joan Christopher, Donald McPherson 

Book-Holders 

David Powell Electrician 

Ray Monacelli, Charles Znidarsic Sound Effects 




Page Eighty-ni 



CLASS PLAYS 




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. . 7t&*HC& S6&c0mLC& . . JANUARY THAW 

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SENIOR CAST 






FRONT ROW— J. Curdy, E. Palko, J. Hug, M. Gallitto, J. Kovach, Mr. Baumer. SECOND ROW- 
C. Montgomery, H. Prosser, G. Sieber, K. Stocker, L. Cornelius, B. Clines, J. Butler. 




Corn flakes . . . molasses . . . olives, not stuffed 
. . . Ach! . . . But the Senior Play "January Thaw" 
directed by Meryl Baumer, was far better than this 
culinary concoction which the "snowed-in" Gages 
were forced to eat as breakfast . . . lunch . . . and 
dinner. 

Herbert Gage Harold Prosser 

Marge Gage Elizabeth Palko 

Jonathan Rockwood Loyal Cornelius 

Mathilda Rockwood Joan Kovac 

Matt Rockwood Grafton Sieber 

Frieda Lois Webb 

Sarah Gage Jean Hug 

Paula Marlene Gallitto 

Barbara Judy Curdy 

George Chuck Montgomery 

Carson Jim Butler 

Uncle Walter Bob Clines 

Loomis Ken Stocker 



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SENIOR PLAY 



PRODUCTION STAFF 




ROW ONE— L. Pringle, E. Auer, M. Burns, M. Lasher, M. Hill, D. McGinnis, R. Rickenbrode, J. Feld 
man, G. Ritchings. ROW TWO— D. Bastich, E. Hamilton, J. Carabotta, D. Mihok, L. Preston, M 
Abbott, G. Brasch, R. Commander, C. Mayfield, J. Christopher, M. Holdren, E. Kubecek, A. Mast 
ROW THREE— M. Patete, C. Beeson, M. Humphreys, N. Will, E. Waltemade, E. Hauser, D. Calabrese 
S. Pollack, N. Setron, M. Egger, B. Steinfurth, N. Drach, P. Solon, J. Gordon. ROW FOUR— R. Brandt 
B. Gorka, B. Bowen, W. Nolon, J. Mathers, P. Hill, B. Cummings, E. Nobbe, R. Moon, D. Samuel 
J. Evens, C. Janovac. 




The success of "January Thaw" was 
largely determined by the magnificent 
stage set which was built by members of 
the production staff under the direction of 
Ford Case. 



Double landing stairs 
snow . . . glass 



manufactured 
lass windows . . . Dutch doors 
... all combined to be one of the finest 
sets ever to be erected on the Shore stage. 

Extensive publicity insured the success of 
the last Senior play and large scale tjcket- 
selling campaigns and efficient reservation 
accommodations provided sell-out houses 
for both nights of the production. 



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Band 



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Gerry Lebar, band secretary, look over a 
difficult music passage with Dale Harper, 
band director. 




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ROW ONE— T. Monacelli, P. Spencer, M. Tench, J. Hug, J. Norisic, F. Gietano, M. Wier, F. 
McPherson, F. Podnar. ROW TWO— M. Byrum. T. Paskins, L Delac, J. Carney, T. Castellano, D. 
Colantonio, S. Zanzig, D. Clrino, D. Tait. ROW THREE— M. Makman, R. Wetzler, J. Passarrallo, 
G. Lebar, W. Po+okar, F. Martin, R. Monacelli, D. Plesnicar, D. Kramer. ROW FOUR— H. Sluga, 
P. Wolff, R. Zanzig, L. Key, J. Verbsky, A. Cergol, J. Greve, R, Brandt. ROW FIVE— B. Wilson, 
D. McPherson, J. Montgomery, L Sbrocco, R. Elrick, E. Jonassen H. Welch, J. Byrun, N. Vixler. 

MARCHING BAND 

"Forward march! Concadence count!" These familiar phrases rang in the ears 
of members of the marching band all during football season. Every morning at seven 
forty-five, these sleepy musicians marched up and down the football field practicing 
routines for the games. At the Shore vs. Central game, they combined with their 
opponent's band for a performance, looking forward to next year. The band traveled 
to every game where they performed along with the majorettes. 

SENIOR CHOIR 

"Of thee I sing — " The Shore Senior Choir has completed the last year of vocal 
music, remembering those robe fittings, double period rehearsals, and their beloved 
directors, John Beck and Miss Jan Tompkins. The choir sang at the Christmas concert 
and Gala Night. One number that no member will forget is "There Were Shepherds," 
taken from St. Luke's Gospel story of Christmas, which they sang at the Christmas 
Festival. 



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CHOIRS 




ROW ONE— M. Gibson, V. Connor, N. Moret+i, B. Griffith, J. Morris, M. Holdren, B. Cresman, 
M. Palete, L. Preston, B. Klein, V. lacabocci, M. Patete. ROW TWO— B. Dixon, M. Akos, R. Ro|eck, 
P. Wawyzniak, M. Doering, J. Curdy, A. Sortet, D. Bastaich, M. Humphries, C. Commander, B. Hagen, 
N. Demeter. ROW THREE— J. Christopher, C. Gollwitier, P. Kramer, S. Staples, L Pringle, S. Pollock, 
J. Stroup, B. Eislett, M. Thomas, J. Hug, L. Goers, J. Hasink. ROW FOUR— J. Chuka, D. West, 
T. Koltoff, R. Leonard, J. Bresnan, F. Saso, A. Gray, W. Krash, J. Orlando, W. Nolan, G. McLauglin. 
ROW FIVE— B. Blackwell, N. Rice, M. Sartorio, P. Mueller, P. Solon, B. Wilson, C. Haurath, R. Thomas, 
V. Gates, J. Frost. 



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ROW ONE— A. Toward, J. Croswell, K. Bates, E. Sartorio, A. Roloff, D. Auer, M. Schuls 

ROW TWO— G. Evans, M. Henry, S. Palete, D. Zulick, M. Hall, N. Follis, G. Filsing< 

G. Blanchfield. ROW THREE— M. Hollyfield, S. Chaske, P. Gosnell, K. Reese, J. Henry, R. Schmidt, 

E. Kubecek, J. Gribbons, L Steffan, D. Funk. ROW FOUR— J. Feldman, M. McVeen, R. Cicerelli, 

P. Welker, C. Johnson, B. Miller, P. Clark, G. Gardner, W. Foster. ROW FIVE— N. Jordon, L. Eridon, 

C. Sandstrom, G. Blanchfield, W. Eyman, M. Makman. 




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ROW ONE— J. Luikart, R. Carabotta, R. Dugan, R. Ferro, A. Simonic, A. Wright, D. Ogreen, G. 
Uhry. ROW TWO— B. Langer, E. Repicky, C. Sbrocco, P. Grant, S. Boyle, M. Dowis, D. Holzmer, 
C. Hartiell, M. Koletic. ROW THREE— C. Swackhamer, L. O'Kirki, J. Pratt, D. Colantonio, S. Intihar, 
F. Molnar, R. Kidd, B. Gater, J. Wohland, A. Lokar. ROW FOUR— J. Ahey, L. Bruck, S. Mardorf, 
J. Lindstrom, J. Woodruff, D. Mihelick, R. Walensa, J. Lowell, R. Sill, N. Siabo. 



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ROW ONE— R. Chidley, T. Cipriano, F. Brown, R. Moon, L. Spino, D. Curto. ROW TWO— G. Wilson, 
P. Mihelick, J. Hoag, P. Gutman, E. Nobbe, J. Salo. ROW THREE— R. Cicirelli, J. Powell, G. Klein, 
D. Fox, B. Marich, C. Miller, B. Lewis. 



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FOOTBALL 




Shore's 1948 football season was filled with 
surprises and disappointments for the Admirals 
who chalked up five wins against two set-backs. 

Shore journeyed to ZANESVILLE September 17 
for their season opener, only to drop a 27-7 de- 
cision to the down-staters. Fullback Bob Marich 
hit pay-dirt for the Admirals' first touchdown of 
the season. The squad took advantage of an 
open date the next week by scrimmaging Holy 
Name. 

October I found Coach Walt Schwegler's 
crew routing PARMA 13-0 here at Shore to 
avenge last season's 19-0 loss. Captain Burg 
Lewis and Rollie Cicerelli provided the Admirals' 
scoring. Cicerelli went on to become one of the 
real "finds" of the season with his consistent de- 
fensive play. 

The following week the Admirals tock advan- 
tage of their sea-going knowledge by turning 
back MAPLE HEIGHTS 7-0 in the Conferencs 
opener. The game was played during a heavy 
rain that found only Marich able to score, "in the 
mud bowl." 



GARF3ELD HEIGHTS was the scene of a real 
thriller on October 15. Shore took a 12-0 half- 
time lead, when Gene Wilson and Bob Marich 
scored, only to have Garfield roar back to a 
13-12 third quarter margin as Shore suddenly 
became plagued with injuries. The Admirals 
bounced back in the fourth quarter when Ralph 
Moon and Frank Brown tallied to give the "green 
and white" a 24-13 victory. 

Shore ended its 27-year-old rivalry with EU- 
CLID CENTRAL October 22 on Shore field by 
taking an 8-0 thriller from the Lions. Lewis scored 
the game's only six-pointer. 

BRUSH'S ARC LIGHTS blazed part the Ad- 
mirals on the Kerb Field October 20, 20-12. This 
v/as Brush's first win over Shore in I I years. 
George Klein and Ralph Moon chalked up TD's 
for the Admirals. 

BEDFORD bowed to Shore 24-0 with Ed 
Nobbe, Jack Hoag, Jack Thompson and Ralph 
Moon doing the scoring, November 5, on Shore's 
turf, to close the Admirals' last football season. 




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GERRY POWELL JIM SANKEY 




BOB MARICH JOHN SALO 

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AS KE T B A LL 




ROW ONE— L. Sbrocco, E. Nobbe, T. Ahey, J. Mihelick, B. Sivola. ROW TWO— C. Johnson, J. 
Kleindienst, B. Lindsay, P. Baynes, M. Parsons, P. Doganiero, Mr. DiBiaso. ROW THREE— R. Brown, 
P. Mihelick, T. Cousineau, D. David, J. Alaburda, Mr. Case. 



... In the Garfield game Coach 
Case briefing the boys in second 
quarter for strategy. 



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BASKETBALL 




ROW ONE— W. Foster, D. Callaly, D. Ischay, L. Parr, D. Rinnaldi, R. Cicerelli, Mr. DiBiasio. ROW 
TWO— T. Love, B. Strathern, J. Alaburda, D. David, T. Mason, S. Intrhar, D. Cameras. ROW THREE— 
V. Sofia, T. Castellano, J. Thompson, K. Kloss, D. Herless, C. Zmdarsic. 




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A repeat performance was given when the 
close of the 1948-49 season turned out an- 
other Eastern Conference championship B 
team for the Shore reserves. The "Junior" 
Admirals ended the season with nine wins and 
three defeats. Under the able coaching of 
"Sparky" Di Biaso the boys dropped their 
first game to the Alumni and the next two to 
a strong Garfield five, but finished strong by 
beating Brush 37-32 and 36-26; Bedford 31-24 
and 41-3 1; Maple 33-25 and 30-29; Euclid 
Central 35-30 and 28-26; University 45-37. 



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ED NOBBE LEONARD SBROCCO BILL LINDSAY PETE MIHELICH 



Finishing second in the Eastern Conference, winning two tournament games against 
Cleveland Senate teams, and maintaining one of the finest coaching records in schol- 
astic basketball were the major accomplishments of the Admiral hoopsters in 1948-49. 

After a loss to the Alumni and a victory over Maple Heights, the Bulldogs from 
Garfield invaded the Shore Gym. The Admirals closed a large gap to nine points in 
the final period but time ran out. 

Then came the upset. Playing at home the Sailors were edged by Bedford 32-3 I 
and plunged into third place. 

Next was the second Garfield game. A squeaker . . . The Admirals saw their 
small lead erased in the last few minutes and the chance for an upset slip through their 
grasp. 

The Green and White finished the season with five straight victories over Euclid 
Central, Brush, Bedford, Collinwood and East Tech. The Bedford victory gave the 
Sailors second place and preserved Ford Case's record of never having finished lower 
than second place in the Eastern Conference since coming to Shore. 

Then came the semi-finals of the tournament . . . Garfield again! . . . and as 
Mayor Sim- said at the trophy presentation . . . "Any team that beats Shore three 
times has to be a champion ..." 

So ended the season of the last basketball team Shore will ever be able to call 
its own. 



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WRESTLING 




ROW ONE— G. Wilson, F. Brown, B. 
TWO— M. Tench, D. Samuel, J. Hoag. 
Moon, A. Omerza, P. Gutman. R. Pavr 



ietroh, Mr. Eckert, D. Mlachalc, B. Erb, D. Nunnally. ROW 
D. Fox, B. Marich, J. Keyes. ROW THREE— R. Potokar, R. 
8, D. Michelbrink, F. Andreucci. 




Coach Eckert's advice paid off for State Champs Marich and Fox 



This year's wrestling squad wrote a fitting climax 
to Shore High's last year of athletic competition, 
by winning the City Championship crown as well 
as bringing to Shore its first State Championship. 

Starting their schedule in fine style, the grapplers 
edged WEST TECH, last year's co-champions, 18- 
14. In the second meet Shore swamped GARFIELD. 
26-11 with an impressive showing from Phil Gutman 
who pinned his opponent in both the second and 
third periods. 

Against LAKEWOOD, the other claimant to last 
year's title, the matmen wrestled an exciting see-saw 
battle which ended in an 18-18 deadlock. BENE- 
DICTINE fell, 28-11 and JOHN HAY, 33-12, as 
the grapplers got back into their stride again. 

In an independent meet, UNIVERSITY gave the 
Shore boys a scare as they led until the final match 
when Bob Marich pinned his opponent to tie the 
meet, 17-17. 

Swamping the previously undefeated JOHN 
ADAMS team, 29-8, and CUYAHOGA FALLS, 33- 
3, the Shore matmen were well on their to the City 
title. SHAKER HEIGHTS, the only big threat, fell 
21-16 on the Shore mats. 

Winding up the season the wrestlers overwhelmed 
BEDFORD, 26-6 and beat Toledo DEVILBISS, 22-12, 
remaining the only undefeated team in the City 
and winning the CITY CHAMPIONSHIP! 



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BOB SETRON 



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ROW ONE— D. Nunnally, F. Brown, B. Erb. ROW TWO— P. Gutman, J. Hoag, D. Fox, Coach Clarence 
Eckert. ROW THREE— D. Samuel, B. Marich, Mgr. F. Andreucci, G. Wilson, D. Mlachak. 



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Euclid Shore went into the State Invitational 
Wrestling Tournament as underdog to the powerful 
West side schools, but emerged victorious. 

Bill Erb received two points when he pinned his 
first two opponents and went on to win the I I 3-lb. 
State Title. Frank Brown, although he lost, collected 
one point before he was eliminated. Jack Hoag 
went down in a thriller, but came back in the con- 
solation match to win a third place. 

Dick Fox, undefeated in dual competition, con- 
tinued his victory streak by winning Shore's second 
individual championship. Phil Gutman pinned one 
opponent and received a second place. 

Bob Marich took first place in the heavyweight 
division, to end the scoring and give Shore its first 
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. 




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STATE CHAMPIONS 




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BASEBALL 1948 




ROW ONE— J. Javoris, F. Joranko, K. Wenning, K. Watson, D. Anieiles, G. Pringle, F. Brown. ROW 
TWO— B. Muehl, D. Rinnaldi, G. Wilson, R. O'Green, B. Klaas, C. Barclay, B. Szurszewski, J. Mihelick, 
J. Omerza, B. Alaburda. 



Fifteen wins and only one loss won another Eastern 
Conference championship for Shores diamond team. Under 
the able coaching of John Pohto, the Admirals were finally 
stopped by Parma in the district finals. Plagued by injuries 
the Redmen slipped by to win . . . 

An experienced sguad was on hand to start the season. 
Nine lettermen returned to the foid with one in each position. 
Heading the lineup were Captain Frank Joranko, shortstop; 
John Javoris, third base; Gene Pringle, second base; John 
Mihelich, first base; Ray Ogreen, outfield; Tom Ahey, pitch- 
ing; Jack Wenning and Frank Brown in the outfield. 

The defending champions opened their season by los- 
ing a non-conference game to Shaw, 2-0. Steady improve- 
ment showed in their next game, as they rolled over Wil- 
loughby, 10-0. A return engagement with Shaw substantiated 
Coach Pohto's faith in the boys, when the final score tallied 
with the Admirals ahead 5-0. 



Euclid Central also fell in their wake, losing both games, : 



3-0, and 6-2. Th 



inning 



streak continued, as Garfield 



dropped two, 5-2, and 1-0; Brush followed suit, 6-4, and 4-0; 
Bedford lost 9-0, and 3-2; Willoughby, shut out in their first 
encounter, 10-0, and defeated again, 19-2. Other teams 
contributing to Shore's winning streak were, Cleveland 
Heights, 7-3; Painesville, 5-2; and Collinwood, 5-3. 

Amassing a total of fifteen consecutive victories con- 
cluded another successful year for the CHAMPIONS. 




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TRACK 



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ROW ONE— P. Baynes, G. Binder, B. Marich, E. Nobbe, J. Kleindeinst, J. Rebel. ROW TWO— Mr. 
Case, B. Lindsay, A. Pettit, G. Klein, L. Sbrocco, B. Callwill, B. Abbott. ROW THREE— Mr. Swack- 
hamer, T. Strauss, J. Conway, B. Fondron, S. Janovac, B. Lewis, B. Thomson. ROW FOUR — Mr. Stub- 
bart, D. Samuel, C. Johnson, R. Moon, B. Cummins, R. Mason, G. Rosenthal, C. Hanks, J. Thompson. 

The 1948 Track team, coached by Ford L. Case, Clarence Swackhammer, and Ira Stubbart, and captained by 
Byron Fondran, proved to be one of the most successful teams in the history of Shore. 

Victorious in three major meets, the tracksters displayed fine spirit and strength throughout the season. 

The Admiral cindermen opened the season by capturing the Division III crown at the Arena Interscholastic 
Meet. Two weeks later the thinclads traveled to Mansfield where, amid stiff competition, Burgess Lewis snared a 
third place in the 440-yard dash. 

On successive week-ends, the Admirals placed 12 among 65 schools at Ohio Wesleyan, lost their Mentor 
Relay crown by 2'^ points, easily won the Rocky River Relays and finished a splendid third in the district meet. 
Cleveland Central and East Tech, state powers, were the only teams better than Shore. 

Qualifying for the state meet 
was the crack mile-relay team com- 
posed of Bar Fondron, Steve Jano- 
vac, Jake Reebel, and Burgie 
Lewis. Also qualifying were Burg 
Lewis, Bill Thompson, and Bob 
Marich, in the 440-yard dash, the 
broad jump and the shot-put, re- 
spectively. The relay team nabbed 
fifth place in the state with a time 
of 3.30:7. The winning time was 
3.29:2. 

The season ended successfully 
on a high note with a fine triumph 
in the Eastern Conference Meet, 
a fitting climax to a brilliant 
season. 

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"In September ... my doors were 
opened wide to well over 1800 students, 
who noticed that during the summer va- 
cation, with cleaning, painting, and re- 
pairing, I, too, had acquired the "New 
Look." . . . Yes, I was intent upon making 
my last year as "Shore High" an out- 
standing one. 



In October . . . activities really started 
rolling . . . Baseball was suddenly brought 
into the picture when Shoreite tony Cip- 
riano received a real (??) live present 
from Bill Veeck ... A horse called "Slu- 
foot" who was allowed to graze on my 
green and white pastures until the ex- 
sailor boy finally had to give it away. 



The World's Champions Cleveland 
Indians brought me back into the local 
limelight again as their clown and Holly- 
wood glamour boy, Jackie Price, brought 
back a car (a custom-built orchid con- 
vertible) load of girls from their Victory 
Parade. 



The excitement brought some students 
from their classes, while others leaned 
out of the windows to get a better look 
at Jackie and his new Buick. 





I certainly can't forget "The Man Who 
Never Forgets," Elize Bown, who stump- 
ed my student body at an assembly Oc- 
tober 19th .. . Lois Webb, Bert Brocone, 
and Ted Henn were among those who 
were amazed while they assisted Mr. 
own. 



Spooks . . . goblins . . . but mostly 
parties were on the agenda during the 
week of Halloween. And I'm sure that 
the Friendship Hi-Y members won't for- 
get their masked party held October 26. 




Topping the evening of fun and laugh- 
ter was an original Hallowe'en skit given 
by Barb Wilson, Lois Webb, and Vin- 
cetta lacobacci. 



During the season dances after the 
home football games were both unique 
and popular ... It seemed to me that 
my people never tired of dances, and 
of course my doors were always open 
when there was a promise of an enjoy- 
able evening. 



Chartered busses for all of the "away" 
football games made it possible for my 
team to have a large and faithful follow- 
ing throughout the season. Laughter 
and songs were part of this happy 
crowd, including Barb Wilson, Mr. Vac- 
cariello and cheer-leaders Nancy Setron, 
Audrey Mast, Dolores Frobotta, and 
Marlene Kraus. 



In November . . . The gridders ended 
their season in second place and bid 
farewell to the Eastern Conference as far 
as football was concerned . . . But, for 
most of my people, the real climax to 
football came at the annual "Football 
Dance" . . . balloons . . . crepe paper 
streamers . . . and a white throne for 
"Her Majesty" . . . were all part of this 
dance. 



With true royalty Marlene Gallitto 
was proclaimed my last Football Queen, 
and was escorted in the grand march 
by Captain Berg Lewis . . . Ardelle Mey- 
ers, a Junior, and Pat Toth, a Sopho- 
more,, were chosen as the queen's at- 
tendants. Escorts were Dick Fox and 
George Klein. 



I shall never forget that outstanding 
production ... "I Remember Mama" 
given by the Junior Class on November 
19 and 20 . . . The cast and production 
staff, under the direction of Mr. Lester 
Angene, combined to make the fast 
moving 28 scenes a real success . . . 
("It was goot!") . . . 









"Mama" (Pat Wawrzyniak) gave a suc- 
cessful party at her home for the cast 
and production staff after the play Fri- 
day night . . . "Fun was had by all" . . . 
agreed Dolores Weinke, Jo Ann Cros- 
well, Pat Solon, Liz Jonassen, Jean Hug, 
and Betty Cressman. 



The 1949 Log Staff, really swung into 
action, with Carole Beeson and Jim But- 
ler at the helm . . . Betty Lou Thomas 
worked on the Budget, while Elizabeth 
Palko, Marlene Gallitto, Harold Prosser, 
and Barb Repicky began the long job of 
scheduling pictures. 



At an assembly, the first project by the 
LOG Staff . . . Nominees for Senior and 
Junior Log Queens were announced. The 
Senior Class ballots were counted . . . 
Pat Collins, Nancee Drach and Joan 
Morris as the three prettiest girls in the 
class. 



The Juniors in like manner decided 
upon Kay Sturm, Joan Toth, and Marlene 
Kraus . . .1 was so proud of my girls as 
I knew any one of them would make a 
fine queen . . . Sophomores, Juniors, and 
Seniors voted . 
Marlene Kraus 
election. 



Nancee Drach and 
won in a very close 



Carole Beeson and Ward Nolan, both 
Seniors, were proclaimed "Shore's 
Smoothest Dancers" at the swell Thanks- 
giving dance sponsored by the Sopho- 
more class November 24th . . . The two 
were "given the bird," in the form of a 
capon rooster named Oswald, which was 
first prize in the dance contest. 



With December . . . came the annual 
alumni game in which the "seniors of 
yesterday" met the "seniors of today." 
In a fast moving game the Varsity lost to 
the Alumni team composed of such well 
known Shore athletes as Ed Sullivan, Bob 
Hawley, and Jack Obert. 



. . . But in the next game my boys 
came back to defeat Brush in a real con- 
ference thriller . . . Ralph Moon and the 
cheerleaders kept the crowd busy with 
. . . Victory . . . Shore Speller . . . and 
T-E-A-M. 



After four years of hard work, one of 
my greatest ambitions was realized when 
the Public Address System was properly 
installed December 14 . . . Marilyn Math- 
ers tests the "mike" ... as Joan Toth, 
Jim Verbsky and Mr. Stanley Whiteside 
look on. 






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Arriving for an evening of fun are 
. . . Ardelle Meyers, Jean Feldman, Joe 
Bresnan and Jim Morris . . . 



A chat between dances is always pop- 
ular . . . Ward Nolan, Carole Beeson, 
Bud Murry, Millie Doering, Vaughn Fitz- 
patrick, and Don Samuel ... 



. . . Maybe tradition . . . but still fun 
is the Grand March ... led by Friend- 
ship President Judy Curdy, and Hi-Y 
President Berg Lewis . . . 



. . . After the "Brawl" was over . . . 
just kidding, of course, are . . . Don Sam- 
uel, Vaughn Fitzpatrick, Nancy Will, 
Fred Andreucci . . . 





Gay festive parties were on everyone's 
calendar during Christmas vacation . . . 
Elaine Schottke played hostess . . . and 
proudly displayed her gaily decorated 
tree and lovely gifts . . . 



. . . "Three ball in the side pocket" 
. . . The pool table was a popular spot at 
Jean Hug's party. Shore and Central 
students mingled for an evening of danc- 
ing . . . food . . . and games . . . 



In January ... we met our long-stand- 
ing rival, Euclid Central, and my boys 
netted 28 points to their 25 . . . After 
the game, rivalry was forgotten, as Shore 
played host with a dance in the old gym. 



Then I saw forty-five more of my 
people walk out of my doors, diplomas 
in hand, and ready to meet the prob- 
lems of the world ... It was a happy, 
yet sad occasion, as I knew there would 
be only one more class to graduate from 
"Shore High." 



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. . . And they did . . . My boys proved 
that the sign held by Sophomores Pat 
Cooney, Barb Key, Celia Morgan, Alice 
Tarintino, and Pat Toth was the truth. 



In February . . . came more parties, 
parties, and?, why, more parties. Wien- 
ers .. . pop . . . potato chips ... all this 
and more was responsible for the good 
time had all by at Phylis Gosnell's house 
after the Garfield game February 4. 



Journal . . . Holiday . . . Post . . . 
These and many others could be pur- 
chased from Shore students during the 
two-week long Magazine Subscription 
Drive, sponsored by the LOG staff and 
headed by senior Barb Wilson. 



A little humor was brought into my 
halls when the "Short Skirt Brigade" be- 
gan. My senior gals went "old look" for 
one hectic week of fun and laughter un- 
til the boys finally decided to accept the 
"new look" once and for all. 





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My happy people cebbrating a bas- 
ketball victory with the usual dance to 
the unbeatable music of Hal Prosser and 
his records. 



From refreshments to ticket selling, 
Ad Committee members were to be 
seen every night at the Tournaments . . • 
For eleven nights Mr. Spangler and his 
crew worked hard and well as Shore 
played host to Senate, and Lake Erie 
League, as well as Eastern Conference 
teams. 



Shore matmen brought the wrestling 
crown for city and state champs to a 
very proud student body . . . Three of 
my boys, Bob Marich, Bill Erb, and Cap- 
tain Dick Fox won State first places. . . 
Bill's father gave him a Ford convertible 
for the accomplishment . . . Good Sports 
All! 



At the "Casbar," Euclid Teen-age 
Canteen, Shore students mix with boys 
and girls from all over Cleveland . . . 
Soft drinks are served and a floor show 
of student talent is presented. 



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A gala evening was enjoyed by all 
who attended Shore's last Gala Night 
... as the "B O Trio" (the only tour-man 
trio in existence) entertained with such 
songs as "The Tack" and "Coney Island 
Babe." 



As a grand finale Miss Jan Tomkins 
presented a western scene entitled 
"Country Style." The seventh graders 
accompanied the music with a square 
dance . . . the entire program was kept 
moving by "M.C." Chuck Johnson. 



At the end of the basketball season 
came the long-to-be-remembered "bas- 
ketball dance." Mona Egger was crown- 
ed "Shore's last Basketball Queen." At- 
tendants were Dorothy Funk and Dolores 
Frabotta. Captain Ed Nobbe escorted 
Mona to the throne and presented her 
with a crown of green and white carna- 
tions and a gold basketball. 



In April . . . came the Spring formal . . . with perfume . . . flowers . . . and pretty girls decorating the scene . . . 

In May . . . came the Junior-Senior Prom and what dance will ever take its place . . . With the Prom came 
the time for my last senior class to bid 12 years of study and social life, farewell . . . 

But in June . . . the 7th to be exact, the graduating class of 1949, the last graduating class I shall ever see, 
marched down the aisles to the strains of Pomp and Circumstance to receive their diplomas ... I knew my useful- 
ness had come to an end and yet I also knew that although I would no longer live as the once mighty Shore High, I 
would never die; that I would live forever in the hearts of those I had graduated, and I was happy ..." 



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THE OLIVER CORPORATION 



19300 Euclid Avenue * Cleveland 17, Ohio 



3 GREAT STORES in ONE 

1. Wearing Apparel for Entire Family 

2. Furniture and Appliances 

3. Hardware and Auto Accessories 



Nil's 



DEPARTMENT STORE 

Phone - REdwood 2286 



East 222nd and Lake Shore Blvd. 

In the New Shore-Center 




2"X4" 



CONCRETE 



Patented 

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Concrete Screws 

For attaching wood 
sleepers to concrete 

No Drilling No Plugging 

Cuts Erection Costs. 

Quick and Inexpensive. 

Lengths %" to 4" 

For Correct Length — Add 

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to attach. 



Better Builders Build 
Better Floors with 

Helyx Floor Screws 




The Hillwood Manufacturing Co. 
21700 St. Clair Avenue Euclid, Ohio 



|ge One hundred and thirty-six 



KAILER'S 


Compliments of 

The Cleveland Hobbing 
Machine Co. 

1311 CHARDON ROAD 
i Euclid, Ohio 
Telephone: KEnmore 9814 


KOTTACE 


Gabriel-Lackner, Inc. 

Hudson Sales and Service 

15316 WATERLOO ROAD 

CLEVELAND 10, OHIO 


Compliments of 

Cleveland Wire Works 

of 

General Electric Company 

1331 CHARDON ROAD 
EUCLID 17, OHIO 


Compliments of 

H. W. (IKE) DRIVER 

IVanhoe 5812 



THE DILLE ROAD LUMBER COMPANY 

LUMBER SPECIALISTS 
Cleveland 17, Ohio 



KEnmore 0592 



KEnmore 0593 



Page One hundred and thirry-sevs 



24-Hr. Service 

at 
Branch Store 



SON XLEANERS & DYERS 

Michael A. Son, Proprietor 

-We Own and Operate Our Own Plant 

"Future Cleaners of Tomorrow" 

\fij Main Store and Plant 

406 EAST 156th STREET IVanhoe 5252 

Branch Store 
526 EAST 200th STREET IVanhoe 5221 



4-Hr. Service 

at 

Main Store 



Compliments of 

GEOMETRIC 
STAMPING 
COMPANY 



FRIEDMAN 
JEWELERS 

Shore Shopping Center 
22312 Lake Shore Blvd. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Keith Weigle Motors, Inc. 

2094 Euclid Avenue Euclid 17, Ohio 

IVanhoe 4500 







G & S 


Congra+ulations 
Seniors 


Luikart Insurance Age 


ncy 


SERVICE 


GIBSON 






18001 Lake Shore Blvd. 


REALTY 


KEnmore 4770 




MOBILGAS 


22091 Euclid Avenue 


"Insurance with Service" 




MOBILOIL 


Euclid 17, Ohio 






IVanhoe 9603 


KE. 3530 RE. 4974 



Congratulations 

HUMPHREYS 
& RISHER 

444 East 200th Street 
Euclid, Ohio 



HILDA'S 

Children 

Apparel 

Shop 



JOY 
Manufacturing Company 

22300 St. Clair Avenue 



^Bge One hundred and thirty-eight 



"C" CHARLEY 

THE BEER and 
WINE MAN 

For Anything and Every- 
thing in Beverages. 

Finest Beers, Wines, 

Ales. Cordials. Cocktails. 

Vermouths. Highballs, 

Ginger Ales. 

All to Take Home. 

We Deliver to 5 P.M. 

677 East 185th Street 



CLEVELAND 

INDUSTRIAL 

TOOL CO. 

Manufacturers of 

Solid Copper V/heels 
and 

Diamond Tools 

1080 East 222nd St. 

Tel. KEnmore 8100 



HAROLD FURNITURE CO. 

708 EAST 185th STREET 

EAGLE STAMPS 
BUDGET - TERMS ' 



LATIMER MOTORS 



HYDRAULICS 

— the transmission and control of 

power by means of a fluid in an 

enclosed system. 

Visit our Personnel Office for 
information about the manufac- 
ture of HYDRECO Hydraulic 







Devices, and the 


opportunity for 


B. EILBERG 


DORMER 


you in the factory or office. 


JEWELERS 


CHEVROLET CO. 


Hydraulic Equipment Co. 


The Friendly Jeweler 
at Five Points 


Chevrolet and Only 
Chevrolet Is First 


1100 East 222nd Street 
Euclid, Ohio 


15007 St. Clair Ave. 


14115 St. Clair Ave. 


Growing With Your City 


GLenville 1287 


MUlberry 7700 




Compliments of 


FITZGERALD 




LAKE SHORE TAVERN 


RADIO 
AND 


Compliments of 


21939 Lake Shore Blvd. 


TELEVISION 


EUCLID CRANE 


REdwood 9872 


638 East 185th Street 


<& HOIST 


Franey and Glen, Props. 


KEnmore 1313 





Page One hundred and thirty-nri^ 







VIKING 




Canterbury Restaurant 


STEEL CO. 


ST. CLAIR 


Home Cooking That Will Please You 


Sheets - Plates - Bars 


COAL & 


WE CATER TO PARTIES 


Structurals and Rails 


SUPPLY 


565 East 1 85th Street Euclid, Ohio 


16660 St. Clair Avenue 
IVanhoe 1182 


COMPANY 


Congratulations 






Seniors of '49 


WATKINS 


BENTON BUILDING CO. 


WATERWASH 






HARDWARE 


Furniture 


481 Babbitt Road 


335 East 200th St. 


Company 


REdwood 1133 


KEnmore 0956 










RECREATION 




SALLEY SHOPPE 


CAFE 


The Euclid Homes Co. 


Suits - Coats - Dresses 
Hosiery - Accessories 


Liquor - Wine - Beer 
Good Food 


BUILDERS 


OPEN EVENINGS 
Tues. and Fri. 8:30 P.M. 


Television 


Residential - Commercial 


REdwood 4005 


Air Conditioned 




21910 Lake Shore Blvd. 


MUlberry 9833 




Euclid, Ohio 


Romey Monacelli, 
Proprietor 




Bell Painting and 


KOVAC BROS. 


Decorating Co. 


960 East 1 85th Street KEnmore 5030 


FRED C. BELL 




968 East 141st Street Cleveland. Ohio 



rapge One hundred and forty 



COMPLIMENTS 


JELERIC 




Florist 


OF 


Flowers for All Occasions 


EUCLID NEWS-JOURNAL 


15302 WATERLOO ROAD 




IVanhoe 


0195 




MATT INTIHAR 


THE 


GRDINA HARDWARE 


Real Estate 

Insurance 


IVAN FOOD 
MARKET 


22336 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 


Notary Public 




REdwood 0403 


930 East 222nd Street 


East 222nd at Ivan 




21491 Naumann Ave. 


KEnmore 1116 




IV. 2644 IV. 0678 







LAKE SHORE 


Congratulations 




MACHINE 


Seniors of '49 


Jim's 






Tavern 


HIGH GRADE 
MACHINERY and 


KAY JEFFERY. INC. 




SCREW MACHINE 


22308 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 




PRODUCTS 


REdwood 0565 Euclid, Ohio 




Compliments 


NADINE'S 


BOULEVARD 


of 


BEAUTY SHOP 


BARBER SHOP 


LAKE SHORE 


20030 Lake Shore 
Blvd. 






FLORIST 


IVanhoe 3775 



Page One hundred forty-one 



To The Senior Class if '49 



MAY ALL THE LESSONS YOU HAVE LEARNED 
AND ALL THE TRUTHS YOU HAVE BEEN TAUGHT 
BE WITH YOU AS YOU STRUGGLE TO SUCCEED, 
YET IF AUGHT OF GREATNESS YOU ACHIEVE 
IF AUGHT OF GOOD YOU DO, THE GARLAND AND 
THE LAUREL WREATH— BELONG, DEAR SCHOOL, 



TO YOU 




SHORE STUDENT COUNCIL 



Page One hundred forty-two 



'FOR GIFTS YOU'LL GIVE WITH PRIDE 
LET MILLER-STONE BE YOUR GUIDE" 

BEST WISHES 
MILLER-STONE 

EUCLID'S OLDEST JEWELER 
22570 Lake Shore Blvd. 



Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 
Grocery and Meats - Dairy Products 

Sgro's Food Market, Inc. 

"FOR THE FINEST IN FOOD" 
26588 Lake Shore Blvd. REdwood 3250 




a college education completed and paid for- 
the happy result of systematic saving with- 

pQtirtxf 6r <&wring£ 

IHt FEOPIE'S BANK ON PUtllC SQUARE 

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



CHerry 3153 

THE DO AN ELECTRIC CO. 

Electrical Contractors and Engineers 
725 Hamilton Avenue Cleveland 14, Ohio 

Established 1915 



SOLON DRUG STORE 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

21051 EUCLID AVENUE 
21860 LAKE SHORE BLVD. 



R. P. CARBONE CONSTRUCTION CO. 



GENERAL CONTRACTORS 



1504 Scovill Avenue 
CLEVELAND, OHIO 



Page One hundred forty-three 



FUTURE TEACHERS' 
ASSOCIATION 



RUSS' SHELL 
SERVICE 

Tires - Batteries 

Complete Service 

Eagle Stamps 

17600 Lake Shore Blvd. 

Cleveland 19, Ohio 

Phone IVanhoe 9500 
RUSS DICKENS, Prop. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

ROY WRIGHT 
MOTORS 

18781 Lake Shore Blvd. 



FRED KRAUSS GARAGE 

1570 DILLE ROAD AT EUCLID AVENUE 

KEnmore 3875 Euclid 17, Ohio 



SERVICE CLUB 



BOYS' LEADERS 
CLUB 



Page One hundred forty-four 



The Whitevray Stamping 
Company 

METAL STAMPINGS 

1160 EAST 222nd STREET 

KEnmore 5900 Euclid 17. Ohio 



FLOY B. STEIN, INC. 

OUR COAL MAKES WARM FRIENDS 

Babbitt Road at Nickel Plate Railroad 

REdwood 0089 Euclid, Ohio 



BETTY'S 
BEAUTY SHOP 

606 East 185th Street 


BILL'S 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


CLOTHES 

Everything for 
MEN and BOYS 


The Continental Products 
Company 

PAINT MANUFACTURERS 


REdwood 2548 


Two Stores 
618 East 185th Street 


EUCLID, OHIO 


Specializing in 
Permanent Waves 


and 

St. Clair at 
East 152nd Street 






TREBEC EXCAVATING 
CONTRACTOR 

EXCAVATING - GRADING - TRUCKING 
SLAG DRIVEWAYS 

567 East 200th Street IVanhoe 7566 

Steve Trebec 



THE WRIGHT STORE 

696 East 185th Street 

SHOES - DRY GOODS - FURNISHINGS 

This Is Our 23rd Year Serving Residents 
of Euclid and Northeast Cleveland 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

WEAN EQUIPMENT 
CORPORATION 

22800 Lakeland Blvd. 
EUCLID, OHIO 



L & M TOBACCO & 
CANDY CO. 

Wholesale Jobbers 

Candy - Cigarettes - Tobaccos - Sundries 

784 East 185th Street 

KEnmore 8777 



Page One hundred forty-fiv® 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 



1949 Jlo? St*M 



FOR A JOB WELL DONE 



FROM THE SENIOR CLASSES 



OF 1949 



Page One hundred forty- 





In Euclid It's 


BETTER PICTURES 




C. N. DAVIS 


SAM'S BARBER 


Weddings 






SHOP 


Children's Portraits 


STANDARD 


45 Years Service to 








Euclid and 


21934 Lake Shore 
Blvd. 


Albums of Portraits 
or Candids 


OIL 


Eastern Cleveland 


"Congratulations to 


Harvey Burwell 


COMPANY 


18915 Nottingham 


the '49 Graduates" 


159 East 199th Street 






— Sam 


RE. 4059 IV. 4050 






Compliments 
of 

MR. SPUDNUT 

22550 Lake Shore Blvd. 
Mayheld at Noble Road 
E. 115th and Euclid Ave. 



CONGRATULATIONS OF 

Girls' Leaders Club 

and 

Girls' Athletic Club 

OF EUCLID SHORE 





ROLLER SKATING 


BEST WISHES 


- - at - - 

WALTON'S ROLLER RINK 


TO THE 
CLASS OF '49 


Sunday 2:30 to 5:00 and 8:30 to 11:00 

Tuesday thru Friday 8:30 to 11:00 

Saturdays 8:00 to 10:30 — 10:30 to 1:00 A.M. 




Inquire About Our Party Plan 


THOMPSON 


TED WARNER AT THE ORGAN 
Phone Painesville 3646 


PRODUCTS 




INC. 


COMPLIMENTS 


TAPCO PLANT 

23005 Euclid Avenue 
IVanhoe 7500 


OF 

FULTON. KRINSKY and 
DELTA MOTTE 

ARCHITECTS 



Page One hundred forty- 



MAYOR KENNETH J. SIMS 



W. M. A. ABBOTT 
HARRY J. KNUTH 
CARL WINKLER 
HAROLD B. CRAWFORD 
RALPH V. HILL 



WALTER HEHR 
MICHAEL J. BOICH 
WM. F. BURNS 
HUGO A. LUX 
GLENNA H. CLARK 



PAUL H. TORBET 



Compliments of 

SHORE Hl-Y CLUB 

Clean Scholarship 

Clean Speech 

Clean Sports 

Clean Living 



SENIOR Y-TEEN 



FRIENDSHIP 



Page One hundred forty-eight 



ADDRESSOGRAPH-MULTIGRAPH 
CORPORATION 



1200 BABBITT ROAD EUCLID. OHIO 

BUT THEE I'LL NE'ER FORGET, 
MY TRUE SHORE HIGH 

jh Sefi/iemtMe (JUss 

of 

19S1 

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CLEVELAND, OHIO 



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TOWER 1-2581 



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'age One hundred fifty 



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We would like to take this opportunity to honor in our own way. several people 
who have done so much for this book .... 

. . . First comes Mr. Russell H. Erwine . . . Superintendent of Schools . . . who 
has given Euclid such a splendid school system in which students have the opportunity 
to publish annuals like this. 

... Dr. Leonard E. Loos . . . Shore Principal . . . who . . . despite his hospitaliza- 
tion . . . has taken an active interest in the success of the book. 

. . . Mr. Robert B. Jamieson . . . Advisor. We cannot honor this man enough . . . 
He has done so much with so little recognition that we feel we should say something 
about him here . . . Within certain limitations imposed by budget and common sense 
... he has given us full control of this book . . . And his guidance and hard work 
have helped us and inspired us to do the best we know how. 

. . . Miss Jean Bell . . . Business Advisor . . . Has provided a budget larger 
than usual which . . . however . . . was quickly eaten up . . . and then thought of other 
methods of raising money. 

. . . Mr. Partridge . . . Chessire Photographers . . . was instrumental in getting us 
started on our picture-taking job and provided able advice concerning our Senior 
and Queen pictures. 

. . . Mr. Jim Cooley . . . Cleveland Engraving . . . This splendid friend and 
helper provided valuable information on picture lay-out and content of the book . . . 
He was one of the finest businessmen with whom we were ever associated. 

. . . Mr. Edward Samuel . . . Samuel and Walker Printers . . . Another wonderful 
associate who has done a gratifying job of printing this two color book and who has 
done an equally gratifying job of taking a sincere interest in the book . . . He has . . . 
very evidently . . . gone out of his way to help us and we are very grateful. 

. . . Mr. John Rieth . . . Mueller Art Cover and Binding Company . . . With his 
associates he has helped us considerably in producing the cover which surrounds this 
book. 

. . . The Faculty . . . who put up with us when our staff and ourselves were called 
out of class to work and who displayed such consideration during those hectic days 
of picture taking. 

. . . The Staff . . . who filled this book with the many interesting touches of 
Shore School life in its last year of existence are honored in the Log Staff page ot 
the Club section. 

. . . And now a heart-felt "thank you" to all mentioned ... A "thank you" 
which only we . . . know how sincere it really is. 

Carole Beeson 
Jim Butler 

Editors 



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