Albert E Smith High School - Dozeneers Yearbook (Riverview, MI)

 - Class of 1947

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Girls Basxetball Team'46 '47g Class Treasurer'ALg Girls Softball 'L6g Hall Patrol'A6g Editor of Or- ganizations,Annual Staff 'L7g Office Practice 'L7 Pilz,Jill Orchestra 'hh,'h5,'A6,'A7g Class Treasurer 'h5g Hall Patrol 'AL, 'h5g Girls Basketball 'hh, 'A5, 'h6gDramatics'h5gClass Secretary 'hhgGlee Club'h6,'A7gCheerleader 'uu,'A6, Cheerleader Captain'A7g Office Practice 'h6, 'u7g Girls Softball 'u6g Fashion Editor, School Paper'h7g Editor-In-Chief Annual Staff'h7g G.A.A.'h7gClass Valedictorian 'h7. A Hope,Norman- Hall Patrol'A6,'L7 Basketball 'h6,'L7gFootball'L7 Business Manager, Annual Staff 'L7 Mullins,Clara Mae - Librarian'AL,'b6g Hall Patrol 'A5g Cheerleader 'Lug Orchestra 'uh, 'A5, 'A6,'A7g Class Secretary 'A6g Music Editor,School Paper'47gClass Will'h73 Office Practice'b7g Administration Editor,Annual Staff 'L7g Annual Dedication 'h7g Class Program Chairman 'AV- McAlister,Doris - Librarian 'A7 Clee Club ' 'L7g Business Ianager School Paper '47 Gorham,Elsie- Girls Basketball'LL,'L5,'L6g Librarian 'L5gGirls Softball 'L5, 'bog Hall Patrol 'A6g Cheerleader 'L5,'47g Office Practice 'L7g Sports Editor, Annual Staff 'L7g G.a.A.'b7g Sports Editor, school Paper M7- Liverence,4arion - Hall Patrol'h5,'A6,'A7g Librarian'A5,'46,'L7g News Editor, School Paper 'h7g Office Practice 'u6, 'u7g Colucci,Elda - Librarian 'L4,'A5,'47g Hall Patrol 'AA,'h5,'A6,'A7. Baiipniriey- - :gall Patrol- '1+5, 'l+7g Art lditor, school Paper 'h7g nrt hditor, Annual- Staff I L7- ffmibqk j,,ff"M f I ,f WHA! 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V , 142623 V gif tl, , Qglff .2 at V-T, desi 6550 "0F5eSYs iiY'57'1s f?'?fQ5i'1 335293 ,lg-Q93 , Listen all ye peo le of niverview to the words of wisdom from the lips -5' .-e, -1, -:Br-Q ' ' --"if -if llggtf'-- , of your prophet, who now speaketh unto you what hath been revealed unto her. - V. AS I gaze into my crystal bull, I can see moving among the dim shadows of 43 iigg qg iil the people yet to be, the familiar shapes of those fair beings who were once my 511 : --gy!! classmates. ' iii? ' ,Q' fg.,j5g- I can see Richard Davis, our beloved class president in all his dignity 5 ,4 'f 1 and majestic bearing, as his ambitions have led him steadily upward into the .fi . G --- forestry observation tower of the Ogmaw Forest-there he sits gazing: steadily 4' -, into space--twenty four hours a. day. ' Ji As his vision fades, I look ajguin and see Shirley Ball on a ranch tending ,ff- " - : -Fw to her beautiful string of thoroughbred horses and standinp sadly b is Gscar Pl- ' '-- 3- . . . . . ' " y ' Q' - gf jg gf still waiting, still hoping. 55 1.32 jf. A change comes over my spirit and I feel within my heart a strange desire li., , to see my old churs, .Till Pilz and Clara Lise Llullins. Responding to my unspoken . I 9 wish, the spirit of prophecy conducted fre to a college in the 'Jest where Jill jf ffiigi Q has at lest fulfilled her desire to become a professor of chemistry, and as 5 5: Q dill, ,5 33 gifffgfly she coldly calculates a mixture of glycerol and nitric acid, her assistant ,, -2 Clara Mae approaches her begging her to consider the danger to the lives of her if sifggfgi 4 four year old twins, Norman and Richard, who are standing nearby. Q. And it comes to pass while I nonder over these things, the door of a ,,, 1 5' .I home swings open before my vision and I find therein a hectic household made u p 'f ' rioffl happy by a wife and mother who had found her I-reatest ambition in the highest -- L, ,,'-5 of all worldly vocations-the maker and keeper of the home. LL soul re oiced as ' " ' 'J' L' Y g 3 wi' ' E ' si . ' --v .A, '. -- 3-YZ-5' T? ,, , ICJ 4 P g .f '-g, I gazed my last upon Norma Jean Huff Howard and followed my spirit of urophecy further on its quest of the thinrs to be. As I watch the home liihts die away, sweet straias of music hold my soul entronced and I looked about to see from whence they came. There stood Doris McAlister about to make her debut in Carnegie Hall, the same who had so often sung 'The Old Lamplightern for us in high school. The music fades away and I find myself gazing into the Detroit Public Library where Elda Colucci is runninq madly around looking for books and at the same time trying to keep the noisy people quiet. And it came to pass that I also looked into professional circles and in a large office among men of many minds sat a prosperous meat-packer, Norman Hope, the boy who in our high school had a high salesman's record which enabled himto -is - if f .2 , ::1- . ,, ,,,.. - T "5-gg . L .ak N 4, , , af f, , ', .q- - 4 1,1455 . - L-, ig 5' Q, y H g. 72 7 3 4, 14 is -' 'Gia iw, 3 2 Q J Q 1 dish out all the bologna. , I -e' . . fi'- vw . . -L . .f f The facade of the well known Jack C1nnamon's Market now comes into my , 'H o g .. crystal ball and I see Elsie Gorham,who now risen to junior partner,is inspect- 54 ,L ing the stock room and gruffly threatening idle clerks. Tefffii' :ff i 5? I e fab- . , . . . - Just outside Ginnamon's market on Fort which is now a teeminurg thorofare,my 42,3 gaze is halted by a commotion und there in the midst of s noisy altercation Q -F5 if Q -iii wielding her policeman's club is none other than I-iarion Liverence tryinr to 155' A - -QP .f .- 4-- .N-:A , , J ,-Si 1 - ' gp, squelch an obnoxious agitator in the none of the law. EE T? Fond memories cause my gaze to wander back to the old school and behold gji.'f,1 T72 " gel the building had become a shambles. I notice a woman hanging a washing in the F '-,fi r rear and as it comes closer it is none other than Roselle Hassell, now Mrs. -5: 335 - Avg. Joseph Visingardi. Because of scarcity of large houses they have moved into Hg ' the school where their ten lovely children have plenty of room. If .1 5, gi I, myself have made a nice fat living telling stories like this,of imafnin- 4.-'zffic ary thinfgs to gullible folks like you. 'G 5 f s- .VZ . Q, - 5352 EQFHQ Lifiq .- it 'f gg itil?-gg' 1" f--,f ' in r are if an iz' -2+ is Q1 it ay '52-Asif 5' - -ie' -U -1 5,aa17?,m J- w. 1 'inzffw' H33 5 1 -g. - s , -in , ,-. fc f ., . -.zg 'A . .- . X 1 . wif .- its ,. 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B ' . 1 . . . 1 . .vga Smith High school, located in the village of Riverview, parcel of Itongua- I , tif: .g gon Township, State of Michigan. U. S. A., I do now call you together upon :Qi H H el i this solemn and serious occasion, to listen to their last will and test- liifggmg ,ff ament and to receive from their dying hands the few gifts they have to " 3i'55.f,, 3'ff s- 1 533' 'ik--f gg -fqiggl bestow to their successors. . lf 'QL --1 '.,:g H- f, +.. 'Ze .4 3 .515 ' If " I, Shirley Ball, leave my natural red hair to Jessie Hinton to help her -.f 2' f g out in case of rain. .,., . .,' , N I, Elda Colucci, will my gift of keeping the conversation going to Frank ggi . : 1 5 til .. i J- Sabo. Q 5 lv, . gf. I, Dick Davis, class president, will my ability to keep order during class f meetings to John Spillane. . 'L' 5 g: ,.. I, Elsie Gorham will my record of good attendance to Kay Bogarin. - 4 I, Roselle Hassell, leave my ability to make friends with the opposite sex -1-9F ,Z'.5gi Q to Viola I-.-lains. 1 K 5 55, Fig, Efggiggl' I, Norman Hope, leave the secret of playing basketball to Jack Br c ey., 'ta .6 2 I, Norma Jean Huff, just want to leave, but to avoid lawsuit do bequeath gpg , 'lid-33 , Q my ability to keep things going to Ruth Fenlon. l . 25 ,,g?5' 'flsgiff I, Jeannine Jeter, leave my speed and gumption to Conrad Kazmierski. 1 5 21 7 , I, Marion Liverence, will my ability to control my laugh to Nancy Hinton. i. ' f 4- , E I, Doris McAllister, will my southern accent to Joe Visingardi, in hopes j i ., ,. ,E,25g' that it will cure his dems and does. ,l u gs f gfj- I, Clara Mae Mullins, will my willingness to do home work to Pat Zouyras, if she will stay home long enough to do it. r . if I, Jill Pilz, will my faithfulness, and willingness to work in Mr. white's 33' , 1 2 -9 -4: G il Reno 'i fs' "LE 1. 51 ,. ., ,,,,,,.N office to a . ,, ,I , W i 2 '-gf 5 a ,1 2528? ' 4.5 To the Freshmen, who will be Sophomores, we bequeath our Senior Dignity. l i digg' E . Liay they uphold it with all seriousness and gravity forever endeavoring -x,- 3-., . to realize its vast importance, in spite of their natural light-mindedness - g,4 , , 7. and irresponsibility., - L- IQ ? - 5 1' "' ,'e?H 'Ki . 1-6 fail' xiii' ' 1' is i V: To the Sophomores, we will all the ambitions we have had throughout our '12, high school days, in the hope that they may become sufficiently intel- 2" ,435 'M 3 as to be able to com lete the tasks we failed to finish. ':, . ': -P , . up 3,3 lectually minded P ,K in 'i We give iullll uequeath to the Junior Ulass all such boys as were not able to Qin? Y' ,gg keep pace with such brilliant girls as compose the majority of our class, , 1. trusting that the Junior girls may be aLle to hold firmly to theamtarxi qfgfggjf' ,rf Y' steer them firmly next year through the gates of commencement thc. hey ' dlp., K- ' ' me not share in the humiliations that has been ours at not being able ,rr --29 Y . V - gi , ." F is-3 to "hold our men folks" as the women of the world would put it, also we 'jg .Cf Q wish to bequeath to them our ability to co-operate with one another and E carry out tasks once befun. Q: 5,7 H 1525 . ig, A V iv :gl sig ' 3- 9 he give and bequeath to the teachers, the memory of our aptness and V 1. promptness in completing our daily lessons and our knack 'of silence ,Q-54,2 while they were endecvoring to teach our intellectually minded class gn JF -I S Iii:-41: i Lie, the class of l9L,7, the teststors have to this our will, set our hands Y, ' I it . -15" and seal this eiqhteenth day of June, one thousand, nine hundred and ,'2gg,f25,'? 1- M 5., ,E XLS,-73, 3 J' 3 ,zo forty-seven. 5qZif3g,g',2w,,gi',gi ,Q-j 1 at Eigifli ffgyfe- -QSQ-4 C ,S O, lgu 5 1127 3 - f ici ff 2 55: 5 f .:.ig, ,'3i . -' T ,- , ' " tag 1 qu.. it FW' 14.-15' . Qi ' ' g 5,5 5- ig? ,541 '5-s j- .2 ' .,'4! f . , .'-," .: .-I . + 1 e 5? " -P, ' - ,A i ., ' -ff. 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We are, as a class, stubborn and generally unco-operative but individ- ually determined to overcome this hazzard and become an ambitious co- operative class, determined not only to accomplish what we set out to do but also to have fun while doing it. We, the Freshman year fortunate in would lil-te to Judie Hetzman, Class Secretary HISTORY' OF 'I950 class of 1950, in the years of Junior High School and our have had a lot of fun along with our scholastic worK.l.Ie were having luiss Emery as our homeroom teacher and sponsor. We thank her for her helpful advice and wonderful co-operation. In the seventh grade the class had a Valentine party and Christmas party in which Valentine and Christmas gifts were distributed. In the eighth grade the class had a school spelling champion, Ronnie Shaffer, who also participated in the District Finals. There were also the usual rounds of parties--Christmas, Valentine, and Halloween. 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