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Thursday, May 29, 1958
15104-08 Euclid Avenue Howard Gleyforst 19200 Naumann Ave. IV 6-1527 Schwinn Bicycles ALL QE OP SIZES rtliW TERMS English, Schwinn, Raleigh, Lightweight Bicycles. Whiner Motor Bikes and Parts Rebuilt Bicycles Complete line of Bicycles and Tricycles Parts, Tires and Accessories Wheels, Tires, Tubes, all typos and sizes Bicycles and Tricycles Repaired Wheels Straightened Repaired Re-tired Welding OPIN 9 AM to 9 PM. ART’S BICYCLE STORE WALTER F. MEYER, JEWELER 12504 St. Clair Avenue OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 P.M. Leo Kacar 780 East 185th St. IV. 1-7676 SPECIAL SALE OUR ENTIRE STUCK PICTURE FRAMES Gold, Silver and Wood FRAMES ... In A Wide Variety of Shapes and Finishes decorate your home with pictures GLonville 14495 To Give With Love To Wear With Pride from Choose engagement and wedding rings including many matched sets. Regardless of the price you wish to pay, you're assured of outstanding value ae to weight, cut. brilliance, purity and color in any diamond you choose from our superb selection. our collection of beautiful diamond REDUCE THE COST OF YOUR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE AND STILL BE FULLT INSURED SURE e INSURE COMPARE O BE WITH ONE OF THE ABOVE AGENTS HIationwide wVi Mutual Insurance Company HOME OFFICE e COLUMBUS, OHIO Formerly: FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Ethel Wilson, 14108 Baldwin Are. Betty Wilmoth, 13716 Superior Ave. 30% TO 50% Off 818 East 152nd St. LI. 1-1080 Next Door To The Scoop V m- 7 'Opening Sizes Given" All Sizes 4Y4u 3!4" 5" 10" 14" harry flynn studio a fragrant I Recognition for outstanding scholastic and extra curricular achievements were given to Shaw High School during the annual Honor Day assembly Monday, May 26th. The coveted science—mathe matics honor went to Ed. Frey who received the Bausch-Lomb science award while John Drake was the recipient of the Renssalaer Polytechnic science math award. Wayne C. Blough, principal at Shaw also announced the following scholarships: Deni son University to John Drake Eastern Cleveland Rotary scho larship to Larry Hall Baldwin Wallace Conservatory scholar ship to Linda Moore. Miss Moore was named an alternate winner of the 1958 Cleveland Federation of Musicians Scho larships, also Tom Brissee re ceived a scholarship to Case Institute of Technology. Mr. Blough made the follow ing awards also: Scholarships and Honors Ohio State Scholarship Test for High School Seniors Hon. Mention in State—Jan uary Graduates: Robert Var go, Thoma.s Wachter. June Graduates: Jack Drake, Ed ward Frey, Martin Hochman, Angus Hull. William Limbird, Thomas Maruna, William Snavely, Melvin Stone. Honorable Mention in Kent State January Graduates: David Baird, Joe Hader, Thom as Ross, Philip Saunders, Rob ert Vargo, Thomas Wachter. June Graduates: Jack Drake, Edward Frey, Bob Heckman, Martin Hochman, Angus Hull, David Kuby, Thomas Maruna, William Limbird, Robin Read, David Reynard, William Snave ly. Melvin Stone, Ken Strack, Alex Virostko. Honorable Mention in Cuya hoga County January Grad uates: David Baird, Joe Hader, Donna Kassigkeit, Thomas Ross, Philip Saunders, Robert Vargo, Thomas Wachter. June Graduates: Beatrice Bongiorno, Tom Brussee, Jack Drake, Robert Edwards, Ed ward Frey, Dennis Gentile, Bob Heckman, Martin Hoch man. Angus Hull, David Kuby, William Limbird, Mary Ellen Maher, Thomas Maruna. Robin Read, David Reynard, William Snavely. Melvin Stone, Ken neth Strack, Alexander Viro stko. Buckeye Girls State—Antra Priede, Buckeye Boys State Rudi Klauss, Lewis Jones. SPANISH By Miss Isabelle Latta Betty Barrett. Senior Class officers Presi dent, Nick Cortese Vice Presi dent, Jack Drake Secretary Treasurer. Gail Dunlap. TENNIS AWARDS By Mr. Thomas Meinhardt 1st year awards Edward Frey, Martin Hochman, Bart ley Jeffery, William Merino, John Morison, Richard Paxson, Jack Soble. 2nd year awards Dave Moore, Don Petersen. 3rd year award Larry Hall. Manager award Daryle Gleason. Koda Klub By Mr. Donald Silber ger Bob Zents (Special award), Murray Kolod (General a wards), Richard Rogers, Bob Bauer, Bob Dreifort, Al Clum, Al Sattler, Carl Fisher, Madson, John Groves. National Poetry Contest John Feagler (Special Men tion), Anne Fogarty, Toni Kel ley, Janice Megahan, Wayne Mormile, Eva Mueckenberger, tropical flavor Weber’s Orange Pineapple Ice Cream Tender pieces of Hawaiian Pine apple in ample amounts plus the pure flavor of Florida oranges. A wonderful ice cream that is rich and delicious and fragrant with orange, pint 32c half gallon $1.00 Weber Ice Cream Co 18400 Euclid Avenue Just East of Green Road Open Daily and Sunday Till 10:30 Carol Rosens, Nancy Shimits, Lola Watkins, Gail Dunlap, Jack Drake (special mention), Joan Haskell, Sheila Loftus, Edward Macke (special men tion), Marcia McGuire, Linda Moore (special mention). Perfect Attendance By Miss Lucille Provo Elsie Borthwick, Howard Eimer, Rosemary Ott. LIFE SAVING By Mr. Niel Skinner Senior Life Saving lard Brown, Pete Ciccotti, Cardullias, John Dimer, Greene, Deiter Kulicke, John Morrison, Ronnie Rhodes, Nancy Mac Kowski, Nancy Payne. Junior Life Saving Judy Butterfield, Kathy Johnson, Judy Jones, Anita Long, Sherry Maurashat, Janet Nells, Mary Weise. SWIMMING By Mr. Neil Skinner Lettermen Senior Willard Brown, 3rd year Jack Drake, 1st year Dave Hunter, 2nd year Angus Hull, 1st year Dick Stafford, 1st year Tim Tartara, 2nd year Tom Wach ter, 3rd year. J. V. CHEERLEADERS By Mrs. Eleanor Pavey Joyce Ross, Gwen Cornman, Patricia Forsythe, Marilyn Honroth, Becky Morrow, Sally Stone. CHOIR By Miss Marjery Shields Choir Pins for: Four semesters: Bob Hamil ton, Shirley Leblang, Lois Lee son, Arline Leonhardt, Sandy Macko. Five semesters: Doug Barnes, Alyce Billington, Bruce Parent, Jane Ruuska, Jane Wesley. Six semesters: Tom Brussee, Larry Hall, Cal Mackell, Dick Muny, Jackie Myers. CHOIR PINGUARDS FOR SPECIAL SERVICES Wardrobe Two semesters Jackie Myers and Bob Hamil ton. Rhythm-Teens Two semes ters: Jane Ruuska. Rhythm Teens and 8-Teens —One semester Tom Maruna. Two semesters: Tom Brussee, Larry Hall, Shirley LeBlang, Jackie Myers. Four semesters plus five semesters as accom panist: Alyce Billington. Ed English Department By Mr. George Todd Scholastic Magazine Contest —Dave Carr. American Legion Essay Carole Maseley, Nancy Shim its, Dave Reynard. STUDENT COUNCIL By Mr. James G. Sivard To outgoing officers, pins: President, Larry Hall Vice President, Dennis Rogers Sec retary, Lynne Alexander Treasurer, Ken Connell. New officers: President. Den nis Rogers Vice President, Ken Connell Secretary, Kathy Cor tese Treasurer, Renny Book more. WRESTLING By Mr. William G. Thomas First Year Al Hamilton, Tim Kocb, Harold Hipps, Hardy Forkapo, Rudi Klauss. Second Year Dick Barbey, Jim Eis mon, Dave Davies, Bill Morgan. J. V. Awards Tom Ham ilton, Bill Beng, Mike Braun, Dennis Haverly, Bruce Rick, Al Pravakevick, Dave Manuel, Carl Christopher, Ed Mache, Bernie Keister, Jim Gillespie, Ron An drews, Earl Cipriani, Ray Scharlott. Going Formal? USE OUR COMPLETE FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE OPEN EVENINGS BILL'S CLOTHES 3 COMPLETE STORES St. Clair at S Folate GL. 1-4340 918 East 185th St. KE. 1-4341 22810 Lake Shore RE. 1-3448 BAST CLEVELAND LEADER Recognition Assembly Honors Shaw Students INTRAMURALS By Ron Rhodes Bob Vecchie Junior Varsity Harry Al brecht, Lee Blyth, Gary Bolton, Tom DiBartolomeo, Jim Far rell, Bartley Jeffery, Bill Mer ino, Dave Moore, John Morison, Bill Niess, Gary Patterson, Bill Riedel, Carl Strack, Ken Klug. Parker Mapes a certificate. Ron Pierre Manager. INTRAMURAL AWARDS Presented by student directors: Ron Rhodes Bob Vecchio Wil Pete Ken BASKETBALL Senior: Richard Barbey, Robert Bar bey, Douglas Barnes, Philip Baron, Michael Bauer, Robert Bauer, Robert Bode, Willard Brown, Thomas Brussee, Rich ard Caine. Junior: Mark Griffiths, Dave Heishman, Duane Hoffmeyer, Emil Horwitz, Jim Hossel, Bill Howells, Louis Jones, Rudi Klauss. Sophomore: Al Pranskevich/ Dick Schuster, Don Smith, Bob Spitz, Randy Spoth, Dick Vago, Bob Weise. VOLLEYBALL Senior: Richard Barbey, Robert Bar bey, Douglas Barnes, Philip Baron, Michael Bauer, Robert Bauer, Robert Bode, Willard Brown, Thomas Brussee, Wil liam Bythway. Richard Caine. Pete For Ger- Lettermen Juniors Cardullias, sythe, 1st hardt, 1st 1st year. 1st year Bill year Mario year Roy Secura, Sophomore Dick Dreher, 1st year. Numeral Awards Juniors: Tom Adams, Tom Gibson. Sophomore: Ken Bur ton, John Derry, George Grif fiths, Steve Hull, Bruce Mc Camey, Doug Wellman. Varsity Manager, Tom Brus see J. V. Manager, Ken Peters. GOLF By Mr. Neil Skinner Kent Andrews, 3rd year Dave Silvestro Jack Bright, 2nd year Nick Federico, jr., Wm. Forsythe, jr., Jim Martis, jr., Don Meacham, jr. Dick Lardie, 1st year. ART By Bruce Holderbaum Scholastice Magazine—Lynn Taylor, 1st Victoria Martin, 2nd place. Junior: Mark Griffiths, Duane Hoffmeyer, Emil Hor witz, Jim Hossel, Bill Howells, Rudi Klauss. Sophomore: Charles ander, Bill Blanchard, Braun, Bob Brewton, Broer, Earl Cipriani, Christopher. Junior Parker Mapes, David Moore. Sophomore: Ted Riley, Larry Schmidt. SWIMMING Kent An drews, Larry Hall, Carl Chris topher. Bob Heckman. Mark Griffiths, Dietr Kulicke. BOWLING Team: Robert August, John DiDonato, Dan Kaman, Louis Longano, David Silvestro, Louis Yacobucci. High Average: Nick Federico, Ken Petro. High Single Game: Ken Mitchell. High Series: Louis Longano. Cara Warner, president of Business Club, introduced the following officers for next se mester: Irene Hutter Presi dent, Lynne Alexander Vice President, Joyce Johnson Sec retary-Treasurer. National Office Management Association: Stenography Spelling 300 words, Kathy Forrestal 200 words, Faith Jones 100 words, Laura Bow man, Carol Fee, Rita Funk, Pat Hicks, Gloria Grande, Do lores Somich, Jean Sine, Aud rey Loughney. TRACK Mr. Jack Moore Year (Bar) Dennis By Second Rogers. First Year Letter Steve Beercheck, Spencer Bowman, Willard Brown, Carl Christo pher, Earl Cipriani, Dave Dav ies, Louis DeHaas, Bob Hamil ton, Ed Herriman, Bill Howells, Bill Limbird, Dennis Manning, Harvey Osman, Carl Strack, Ken Strack, Earl Turnbull, Alex Virotsko, Dave Williams, Carl Wick, Manager. Sophomore Numerals: Ken Bar ton, Joe Billington, Gary Brent, Dick Dreher, Gary Eagleson, Steve Hull, Bernard Keister, WHICH WHITE IS RIGHT? PRXFTfi LAMBERT ^SER Freshly 1 Cleaned and Pressed Garments Expertly Fitted Every thing You Need For A Formal Occasion! Stunner Formate White. Light Bine, OUTSDE WHTTt Don O’Neil, Ted Riley, Ron Wesky. Bob Benjamin, and Jim Gillespie, Managers. BASEBALL By Mr. Wm. Galberach Managers: Bruce Rick, Carl Fisher, John Ingram. Players: Bob Barby, Dick Barby, Bill Bythway, Ken Con nell, Tom DeBart, Jim Eismon, Bob Heckman, Don Kelly, Bill Morris, Don Peterson, Al Thom son, Bill Wittenmeyer, David Wood. PEP CLUB OFFICERS By Rosalie Klusker President, Ollie Davis vice president, Sheila Loftus secre tary-treasurer, Molly Stillinger publicity chairman, Sally Stone assistant, Judy Memone. DAISY MAE BASKETBALL By Miss Norma Smith Judy Simons, Captain, Cindy Scott, Bea Bongiorno, Carol Parsh, Sue Wingerter, Sheila Loftus, Linda Schweizer, Lynne Taylor, Barb Milligan, Marty Riggert, Mona Althans, Pat Conway. GIRLS FRIENDSHIP Senior by Ruth Decker: Ginny Schmidt President Kathy Sisk Vice President Betsy Bayliss Secretary- Treasurer Betsy Satler Pro gram Chairman. Jr. Soph—by Carole Masley: Martha Stillinger, President Joan Fraser, Vice President Anita Long, Secretary: Sheila Loftus, Treasurer Margaret Weise, Program Chairman. Alex Mike Paul Carl TABLE TENNIS Senior: Bill Bythway. Junior: Dave Moore. Sophomore: Larry Schmidt. BADMINTON Senior: Robert Barbey, Neil Sharp. Canteen Council—by Sue Rey nolds: Rudi Klauss, President Renny Bookman, Vice President Cathie Cortese, Secretary Dick Schuster, Treasurer. G.A.A. By Miss Norma Smith Letter S: Sue Arnold, Mina Baker, Nancy Baker, Betsy Baylis, Debbie Delpra, Ruth Ernstein, Kathy Fogarty, Joanne Frietag, Janet Glenn, Margie Graves, Mary Hartley, THINLINE BLUE, I i GREAT FOR YOU, GET V LEEsure Strap Back Ivy's At A SOMERS' Y Men's & Boys' Wear A 2179 NOBLE ROAO y BUSINESS CLUB Be Sure You* Ivy's Are LEEsure'i 9 k'os' COME IN and et YOUR AND ZSpRf-TtSTie PolRPerrot SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Bare Foot QQ Sandals up Ballet and Tap Shoes BAUMGARTENS FAMILY SHOE STORE 1427 HAYDEN AVE. GL. 1-8516 W« Give and Redeem Eagle Stamp* gtfTzLW rtAn&LAMBE (HfllsLAMBEIlr sLVIBERT eflTsLAMBElfl to ItKNtPfiBC* rn WHIM POiALK RESSTAMT W***1 Each PRATT e LAMBERT paint meete a epeciflc need. Bach it the bat in its class for easy ap plication and enduring protection. We'll help you select the Pratt A Lambert White paint best suited to your house .. wood siding, rough sawed, shingle, shake, masonry, combination construction whatever it may be. i JOSEPH J. ECKERT HARDWARE i 1395 Hayden Ave. near Shaw Free Movie Tickets piiflMatary tickets to the Shaw Hayden Theatre by reading the ads in this paper. There are ten names in ten ads scattered thru the paper. If you find your nano. Just dip the ad and toko it to the Shaw-Hayden Theatre and you'll get two free tickets. Thurs. through Tues.. "The Young Lions." Kiddie Matinee Saturday. "Fran cis in the Navy." Wed.. "Bitter Victory" and "Giri in the Black Stockings." Chock all the ads and maybe you'll find your name. If not this week, be sure to look next wook. There'll be ten names each wook good for 20 tickets at the Shaw Haydon Theatre. Marlene Hetzler, Sandi Higgins, Joan Jacob, Karen Jamnik. Gold Bar: Linda Anderson, Bev Austin, Betty Barrett, Bea Bongiorno, Linda Dumbaugh, Sue Henderson, Linda Johnson, Rosalie Sharon baugh, Parsh. Klusker, Renee Knopf, Lapka, Brenda Sally Laugh Neff, Carole Conway, Ruth Pennant: Pat Decker, Barb Milligan, Bonita Pink, Marty Riggert, Cindy Scott, Judy Simons, Waechter, Cara Warner. Mary Pat Kennan, Margaret Kerr, Judy Krause, Sheila Loftus, Judy Mernone, Sandy Morger, Diana Olsin, Carole Pesek. Janet Larsen, Jane Martin. Linda Moore, Becky Morrow, Joyce Ross, Betsy Salter, Dorretta Schroeder, Sandy Scheldt, Janet Schuff, Judy Smith, Dolores Somich, Guinita Steinbergs, Sally' Stone, Connie Sweet, Virginia White. Athletic Council Officers: President, Mona Althans Vice President, Renee Knopf Secre tary', Betty Barrett Treasurer, Sue Wingerter. Athletic Council Members: Barbara Bradley, Sharon Lapka, Deedie Madsen, Sally Duncan, Pat Paterson, Janet Dornback, Sue Arnold, Becky' Morrow, Sandy Morger, Leslie Malicote, Nancy Sue Thomas, Shelia Loftus, Salli Laubaugh, Sue Jenkins, Joanne Freitag, Kathy Fogarty, Sue Beatti, Pat For sythe, Marge Kerr. Cheer Leaders—Varsity: Sue Wingerter, Pat Forsythe, Gail Hoffmeyer, Sue Jenkins. Un derstudies: Becky Morrow, Linda Hackney. (twi Patrol flags, armbands, and badges for all members of the School Safety Councils are sup plied by the Greater Safety Council. 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