Denby High School - Navigator Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1949

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in Our School Here each year 4000 youth meet, coming together from many paths, to share ex- periences and from the crossroads which is graduation, to part once again, each seeking a straight lane to a bright future. At the crossroads, stop . . . and look . . . and listen . . . with us . . . 4The Navigator, published at Edwin Denby High School, Detroit, 1949. Crossroads In the years to come, as we thumb through these pages, we will stop and ponder over familiar faces and places along the road of our high school days. After four years we came to a crossraad where we had to make the most important decision of our lives. We stopped to consider the best road to choose in order to turn our ambitions and hopes into accomplishments. Before continuing we had to set a high goal for ourselves, one that we could hold up as an ideal, one that would be worthy of our constant striving. Through the help and guidance of our counselors and teachers most of us chose the road on which we would make the best "mileage" to a mature and happy future. Among us, looking for the signposts of careers and futures, were those who will take their places in the annals of history, others who will be just average citizens taking part in the many duties of being Americans. Not all of us will be fortunate enough to secure high positions or win fame, many of us will take the smaller jobs which make America what it is. Still, each of us will have a part in her future. Here at Denby we have been trained not only in citizenship, sportsmanship, social etiquette, and cooperation, but also in one of the most important attitudes in life, doing to the best of our ability every job we undertake, no matter how large or small. The classes, assemblies, little incidents we take for granted today will soon be things of the past which will be cherished and locked in this book of our memories. They will be relived over and over again as we look back and realize how Denby, our teachers, counselors, and friends have influenced our way of thinking and patterned our way of living. KEN NYQUlST VlCE- PRES. WJ , L3 L M m 931- Qga 'fb JOAN EVANS 11578 ., ' Q3 OCIAL CHAIRMAN 4 if: , L' ,,.:ga'f5QQ!qg,, mga '-S ,., 131 ,, , as A 11:39, V" M 1 mf' A. ' wg-A-H, we L 4115: Q35 QITQQECT "3 X if 143 fkzfzl 'J' - 1- ' ! , 143, A 2 CHUCK MCGLINNEN JANUAQY 49 Robert Burdette Ackerman David Alexy Frank H. Andre Evelyn Joann Apel Delores Mildred Armisfead Josephine Ann Asaro Jean Therese Audrelsch Richard Alexander Auer Marilyn .lune Ball Mary Lee Ballou Edward John Barber Thomas S. J. Beaubien Kathryn Jullielfe Beke Joanne Russell Biffern Lawrence Earl Blackaby Marilyn Dorothy Blafchford Roger William Block Bruno Hans Boelsller June Theresa Brall lloyd A. Braysher Dolores Anne Brazel!on Donald Pearson Breadon Beverly Anne Brooks Nancy Louise Brown Waller Joseph Brumer Barbara Lou Burke Doris Mae Campbell Beatrice Ann Caponecehia Lois Viola Carr Josephine Carroto Leona Ida Carter Frances Lucille Caruso Louise Minnie Chambers Jeannette Marie Charbonneau Joseph John Ciccomascolo Earl Richard Cleland Alice Clara Collar Lois Joan Conklin Dolores Beryl Copeland Doris Beverly Copeland George McKenzie Cox, Jr. Gloria Diane Crall Beverley Lorraine Crook Violet Corrine Crowell Julio Robert D'Alessandro Anthony P. D'Anna Constance Helen Durga Suzanne Mae Davies Joanne Carol Deary Lorraine Marie Dharte Robert Louis Dhyne Eugene L. Dipka Vernelia Eleanor Dohran Lucretia Viola Doll Maria Germaine D'0nofrio June Etta Doutllit K 'Aw .4 R .. . fr fi' ,- Vg, M Q Ak., . H '2":i"' aka: 3 3 six , ,f Russell Lewis Durrwachter Joan Katherine Engleman Richard Jay English Marcelene Lois Enslev Shirley Ann Erickson Daniel Eubanks Patricia Joan Evans Betty Ann Feick Roy Thomas Fell Patricia Flynn Robert A. Forton Lois Franklin Harold J. Gabriel Joseph Robert Galea Frank Donald Gallina James A. Gardiner Barbara Ann Garman Jaequelyn Lee Gary Nancy L. Goble Marie Patricia Gramacci Marilyn Granning Donald Gray Donald James Greiner Nancy Kergan Groesbeck Joanne Grubbs Yvonne Grund Donna Marie Hacker Betty Joyce Hahn Donald Keith Hall Lloyd Allred Hartmann Roberta Geraldine Haupt Beverly Beatrice Hertel James Herbert Higginhottom Rosemarie Hoenszheid James C. Holeroft Billie Jean Hollins Carl Ward Hood Marjorie Ann Hope Betty Albertina Hovestreydt Bertha Rose Huber Leslie Kemit Hughes Howard Gordon Hurley Dorothy Marie Hutchinson John Richard .legersky Marilyn Joyce .leup Ronald Kammer James Francis Keenan Rosemary Frances Keller Thomas Eugene Keller Dolores Elaine Kersten Phyllis Marie Kitson Charlotte Margaret Knudsen Melvin Patrick Krapp Harold William Krauss Alfred Ernest Kugler Jordan Kushnier I Q 5:...As :Z wk? ,wir if FQ' 3, W' QL Raymond Joseph Kwarf Jane! Marie LaMain Joanne Louise I.aMoin Donald J. Lassman Edward Joseph LeBlanc Joan Alice Lennon Pafricia Joyce Linehan Lorraine Leona Lolkus Manfred M. Lorenz Ernesl George Lolh William M. Lowery Robert Ray Lucas James Keith Mackie Murray D. MacNab Frances Rose Magnolii Patsy Ann Mahoney lngellorg Mai Joanne Agnes Malisse Mariorie louise Malone Gilda Rosa Mancini Howard William Mank James Erskine Marshall, Jr Robert Paul Marshall David Wayne Marsfiller Conrad J. Mason Herman R. Mayes Patricia Ann MeCaughan Charles Thomas McGill Charles Conrad McGlinnen Jack Cameron Mclauchlan James F. McMillan Patricia Ann Mckobert Deena Vita Messina Donald Harrison Middleton Carrie Nancy Milioto Don William Miller Fred James Miller John Anthony Mondock James Donald Morand Bernard Joseph Morgulec Thomas Sydney Morris Emil Cyril Mortier Josephine Mucaria Patricia Joan Mulkey George C. Myler Barbara Ann Nagel Mary Grace Navarro Gus Constantine Nellas Roger Edward Nelson John Theodore Nieghorn Dolores Ann Nofz Kenneth Edmond Nyquist Julius Vladimer Ochtinsky Ina Ruth Osborne Virginia Mildred Paddock Frances Teresa Palazxolo Cynthia Jean Palmer Joyce Eileen Parson Glenn A. Pearce Robert Thomas Penny Winona Marguerite Pickering Edmund William Piesznachowiu Robert Paul Pietsch Terrenze Richard Plescow Marlene Joyce Potoski Peter Paul Prus Albert Fred Przybylski Evelyn Dorothy Prxybylski Lorraine Evelyn Purdue Clement Anthony Quasarano Ruth Lillian Rath M. Eugene Rensllaw Beverly Ann Rexin William R. Rice Doris Hildegarth Riess Mary Jane Robertson Loretta Roche Robert Howard Rowe Carl Russo Donald Leslie Rutter James Arthur Ruwoldt Barbara Ann Sarcoman Robert Edward Sager Harold Sawuscl: Clarence Charles Schankin, .lr Richard J. Schievenin Robert Warren Schievenin LeRoy John Schigoda Eunice Louise Schneider Marion Margaret Schroeder Robert Henry Schultz Elizabeth Carter Schunk Virginia Muriel Scorey Dorothy Ellen Scott Ray Ralph Scott Wilson Thomas Scott Edward A. Sell Grace Marie Sessink Marilyn Elizabeth Sivil Gene Brinley Smith Richard David Smith Angeline Frances Spinella Shirley Ann Squires Ervin Rudolph Stahl, Jr. Norma Jean Staley Gordon Allan Stank Jack Henry Stephan Raymond John Stetter Joan Lucille Stevenson William Edwin Stickney Kenneth Gordon Stine Donald Lee Strah F ,ac-al , X S ,S , Lorraine E. Sultzaberger Shirley Jean Sutton Delores Delphine Szmiot Roy F. J. Taborsky Ella Sue Tate Francis Stephen Teodecki Roger William Thom Henry Thomas Doris Harriet Thompson Sally Rich Thompson Gerald Patrick Tighe Ernest H. Trescher Ronald Woodson Turk Nelly May Van!ysterveId Hugh Charles Vanilembrouck Dominic John Villari Angeline Dolores Vivona Allan Russell Vogelei Dolores Jean Volpe Johanna Melanie Wasntler Alexander Wilhelm Walter William Wardrop Dolores Emily Weil Allred Leonard Werner Mary Patricia Wharrie James Edward Whitman Lois Ann Wilkinson Philip Elton Wilson Kenneth Jerome Winkel Barbara Jean Wirth Willie Wolf William Edward Woodfin frederick Arthur Wunsehe Doris Elma Young Antoinette Elizabeth Zizzi Graduates in Absentia Michael Pond Jim Baker Seniors not Photographed Catherine Coyeos Irene Sally Detroyer Evelyn Dunseith Emil Leone George Henry Poggen Elaine T. Randall I Y 4 A 'hy' j. -1- QI Nike F- SNXQ KN 9- Mosf 999950 ues yes ocaicfn F MGS! 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Alexandrowicz Barbara Ann Allen Roderick George Allen Eugene Albert Arnman Rose Lillian Amoroso Ralph Edward Anderson Beverly Amanda Anderis Kenneth Andrzeiewski June Elizbeth Anne Ettore Ceasar Anulli George Aretakis Robert Askew Richard Eugene Atnip Dorothy Marie Avery Arline Louise Bailey Barbara Ann Bailey Dawn Marie Ballou Herbert Samuel Barnett Royal Wade Barrett Durene June Bartlett Robert C. Barton Roberta Emma Barton Dorothea Margaret Batchik Jeanne Allie Bauman Richard Emil Baumgartner Beverly Jane Beauregard George Gary Beck lD.l Louise Beckner Lynne Carol Behlaw Beverly Jane Bell Maurice Earl Bell John Bellavia Allan William Bennett Harry Ronald Bennett Charles Arthur Berndt Lois Ann Berry June Armour Bertrand Raymond Howard Bialk June Yvonne Bidal Luise W. Bisinger Charlotte Jean Black Mariorie Ann Black Leon Leslie Bleil Kenneth Louis Block Harold Robert Boadway Beverly L. Bobo Marlene Helen Bodenhagen Theodore C. Boese Marion I. Bollmann Janice Maxine Booher John Robert Bosco Josephine Rita Bossi Joyce Marilyn Boury Richard Arthur Boutin Jean Z. Bova Nora E. Braem Donald R. Brandt Charlotte Helen Braysher Dolores Jean Brehmer Maureen Sheila Brennan Sue Ann Briegel Phyllis Elaine Brown Roberta Elaine Brown Beverly Jean Browne Kenneth R. Browning Mary Lou Brusca Marguerite May Buckley Loretta Buczkowski Donald louis Burns James Victor Burns Mary lou Vivian Burton Joyce Miriam Buss Wanda Avonell Byrge Louise Caroline Caceia Margaret Cammarata Frances Marie Cangialosi Phyllis Patricia Cass Charles Joseph Cattaneo John Raymond Cavill Helen Eleanor Cerilli Marilyn Beatrice Cery Evelyn Isabel Challis Joyce Marion Chisholm Barbara June Christman Marietta Christotis Rex George Ciavola Joseph C. Close Grace Carolyn Clyma Marion Frances Cogswell Mary Etta Colbath Asunta Colista Ray Shirley Collins Shirley Evelyn Collins Joan Lee Colvin Kay Conacllen Joseph Connor Gerald Lawrence Conroy Basil Considine, Jr. Peter Henry Cook James Allen Carson Thomas S. Costa Doris Jean Courter Joanne Marie Cowell Anita Marie Cox Anita Carrie Crawford Paul Richard Croke Donald I. Cromar Darlene Rowena Curry lvar Dahlof, Jr. Willard William Damm Arnold Mathew Davidson Gerald Norman Delauw Betty Lou DeHenau Maurice Dereere Leonard Arthur Dettlolf Marion Alice Dew Robert Richard Dewaele Charles Francis D'Hondt Joseph Rolaert Didia Robert Lewis Dingman Dorothy Irene Dixon Jack Robert Dodge JoAnne Faye Dollar John Eugene Donahue Rosina Dorner Mildred Margaret Droge Constance Justine Drozd Joann Charlotte Drury Richard Mark Duff Elsie Duncan Gaynel Irene Duncan Hildegard Margaruite Dunnbier Dorothy Jeanne Durie Gregory Joseph Dwyer Beverly Jean Eber Mary Alice Edgar Russell Nolan Edgerton Ardith Laurel Eilola John Francis Elert Helen Elias .loan Elizabeth Engquist Eileen May Eppinger Margaret Hermine Ewert Joy A. Fani Anna Maria Fein Doris Marie Felske Anthony Alfred Femminineo. .lr Dorothy Anne Fenton Gisela Ruth Vera Feuerlein Elizabeth Anne Fiddes Doris Jeanne Fischer Janet Elaine Foley Suzanne Foraker Dolores Annabelle Foster Dolores Ruth Foster Harry Eugene Fox Marjorie Ellen Freeman Carl Leon Freiberg Betty Arnado Freigruber Richard Frank Freiwald Jean Carol Freshour Dean Kenneth Froehlich Ervin Kenneth Froslid Priscilla Anne Froslid Raymond Clyde Gabriel Charles John Gambino Jeanne Garrels Philip Salvatore Gasparro Joan Elizabeth Geisler Phillip Gerald Germaine Thomas Michael Gerspach Marjorie Jane Gibson Marlene Joanne Gilbert Barbara Mary Giles Robert Brandon Gilles Jean Margaret Glanert Gloria Florence Gleiser Jane Therese Goemaere Donna Edna Goltz Marilyn Lucille Goodman Marlene Joann Gowman Barbara Jane Graf Mary Louise Grihin lois Ann Grunow Joan Theresa Gulden George Edward Gurchiek Donald Herbert House Gloria June Hahn Muriel Jane Haley Violet Ann Hall Richard Francis Hammerle Carol Yvonne Hamp Dolores Alice Hanula Doris Jean Hardtke Herbert Norman Harm Bridget Joan Harney Donald Hart Shirley Alice Harthen Robert Leo Hartley Betty Jean Hasse George Stephen Havenor Dorothy Heck Constance Marie Heines Wilbert Charles Heinxmann Sharon Hone Helgeson Clifford Herman Henning Marilyn Martha Hertel Edwin M. Heupel Doris Edna Heyn Mary louise Highland Joan Judith Hill Carole Elizabeth Hilton Barbara Ruth Hinden Evelyn Hines Kathleen Ann Hoeft Joan Hotfner Phillip Andrew Holley Henry John Hafner Joan Charlotte Holm Robert Kieth Horian Carol Lou Horstman Gertrude Elizabeth Hovestreydt Walter Edsel Howard Constance Beverly Hubbard Joseph B. Hurley Martha Jackley Peggy Jackson Charles Elmer Jacob Karl Walter .lohn Richard Allison Johnson Robert Roy Johnson Arline Lockhart Janes Joyce Lois Jones James J. Jurcak, Jr. Martha Theresa .Iuriga Julia Ann Kalmar Hugh Michael Kaptur Thomas Karagas Elenore Meta Kerscher Johanna Lore Kilgus Gilbert Virgil Kinsler Russell Harry Klix Donald Lee Klosterman Richard Clarence Kluge Margaret lleen Knost Jaan Ellen Koch Walter C. Korian Elaine Katherine Koester Carolmae Kohn George Thomas Kopp, Jr. Margarete A. 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Schury Margaret Marie Schuster Frank Burns Scott lee David Scott Robert James Setchell Lois Jeanne Seurynck George Philip Shammas John Wade Sheahan Barbara Ann Sheppard Patricia Sally Sheridan Clarice Alicia Shurtletl Dolores M. Sidebottam Delphine Sihle Patricia Jane Sine Raymond James Singley Donald Lorne Skinner William Conrad Skoog John Palmer Slack Allred James Smith James Henry Smith Mitchel James Souligney Marion Margaret Spaunburg Doris Jean Speer William Gerald Spencer Joseph Spinale Lorraine Marie Stachecki Henry Marvin Stallman Dolores Jean Stapleton Shirley Anne St. Arnaud Betty Jean Statxula Walter George Steerzer Arnold Henri Stein Carol louise Stern Joann Pauline Stevens Barbara Ellen Stewart Carolyn Jean Stewart Frederick William Stewart Mary Ann Stewart Joan Arlene Steyer Gerald A. Stiehler Sally Joan Stosch Q' Shirley Jean Stosch Ruth Elizabeth Stout Mary Grace Strauss Richard Lee Sunich Elaine Welmet Swanson Virginia Swierkos Martin Ervin Sylvester Valarae Clara Szmiot Mary Ann Elizabeth Tarditf Robert Louis Tauber Raymond Norse Taubitz Anna Mae Techow Alan Paul Ternes Rudolph Charles Thiel lll Donna Jean Thiryung Raymond N. Thomas Mary Ann Thompson Barbara Ann Thrasher Beverly Elaine Tillack Donald Allen Tollefson David Tomaszewski Melvin Reuben Tosch Will Thomas Tupy Nancy lou Urban John Donald VanDeVourst Metta Louise Vanlttersum Joann VanPopering Charlene J. VanVliet Annabelle Vargo Daniel Winn Varin Phyllis June Vick Florence Marie Victor Louis Vitto Violet Voikos Stanford Russell Vokes Joan E. Volz .lames Charles Wahla Patricia Walker Virginia lee Walker Bob lloyd Wallace June Ann Walsh Wanda Delores Walters Robert Joseph Wanicke Dorothy Marie Warwick Nancy Ann Weaver Marilyn Ann Weeske Raymond William Wegner Josephine Ann Weitzmann Harlan William Wellnitx Norma Ann Wells Margaret Werfelman Sally Lou White "1 'L Donald Alger Wiedyke -c Marian Clara Wiegand Winona Mae Wilson f' James Eldon Winn Rose Mary Winter Alex F. Wood Marilynn Anne Wood Ronald J. Woodhouse Clair David Woamer Alfred M. Young Phyllis J. Young Robert Edward Yuhn Yvonne Therese Yukna Q 1 arm? fb 1 svsgg Henrietta May Zablocki Grace Providence Zasa Robert K. Zeigler Richard Deane Zimmerman Carolyn Ann Zintel .f Q Raymond Cimarosti Al Coppa Elmer H. Drew Victor Robert Gasser Nelson J. Goertz f. 'X x fg 4, ' L.. A-'Q 1 Graduates not Pictured Henry Michael Goetz Rose Marie Cecilia Hanneman Marian Lucille Konieczny John Kotlark lewis Whittington King , 0? 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Fourth row-Don Head, Frank Higgins, Jack Ostrominski, Joan Deary, Art Recksiedler, Martin Rohlting, Charles Forrest, Stan Stynes, Virginia Paddock, Sally Thompson, Constance Raether. Meet the Staff "Get your papers here", cried the paper boy at the crossroads. Vie took one of them. lt was a Log, as always complete with the latest news, groovy gossip, and slick sports reporting. We glanced at the masthead and noticed that Bill Schindler was the capable editor with Nancy Meyer as news editor, Joan Hill as feature editor, Barbara Sheppard as girls' sport editor, Bob Schultz and Dave Grady as boys' sports editors, Sheldon Shapero as business manager, Ronnie Jackson as circulation manager, and Dean Froehlich as exchange editor. This year the staff published a six-page issue for American Education Week, tried to give Denby students more information about colleges, and worked to have many students names appear in print. Navigator Staff Dolores Metcalfe Henry Fick Tom Frank Woodfin Eric Vetter Bill Schindler EDITORS Karl W. John BUSINESS MANAGER Stan Styngs PHOTOGRAPHERS Charles Kelly Bob Miller Dick Pepper Ken Kern Russ Edgerton John Lingo CAR'IooNIsI'5 Kaye Pongborn Phil Pond Jim CIRCULATION MANAGER Ronnie Jackson wRI1'ERs Bridget Harney Mary Lou Burton Diane Weber Alex Wood Connie Raether Art Zillgitt ADvIsoRs Irma Webber Photography Edward Anthony Art Ruth Winter Literary x First row-Jo Anne Keller, Bill Woodlin, Mary Thompson, Edwin Heupel, Norman Hofley, Richard Pullicin, Kenneth Froslid, Fred Junlier, Lorraine Daliin, Rose Mary Winter, Elaine Frank, Dorothy Demriclr, Doris Bengtsen, Cindy Palmer, Don Hood, Barbara Bailey, Johanna Wachtler, Loretta Roche. Second row-Harriet Bedard, June Ramsey, June Anne, Susan Wilson, Max Wendel, Paul Bedard, Camille Schooff, Marilyn Jeup, Cecily Sweeney, Roger Nelson, Chuck Bertrand, Bob Hughes, Werner Froehlich, Pat Gramaeci, Noreen Neubar, Evelyn Hines, Lorraine Purdue, Marilyn Raddaty. Third row-Ann Haclrer, Cannie Raether, lrene Tomaszczylt' Catherine Coyeos, Edsel Howard, Dale Hemmingsen, Bob Hawkins, Joanne Hanson, Phil Germaine, Jim Wilson, Bob Flowers, Al Helquist, Bill Schindler, Joe Carolan, Janet Walker, Jim WoodG'n, Al Hebbard. Fourth row-Miss Aber, Rita Schultz, lngebarg Mai, Johanna Kilgas, Ruth Hinden, Ted Piascik, Betty Jean Hasse, Carol Hamp, Tom Keller, Donald Klug, High Mclntyre, David Vanover. Music in the Air... Both our band and orchestra, under the capable direction of Mr. Armstrong and Miss Aber gave us great pleasure with their fine playing at many programs. Remember those fine all musical assemblies with "Stardust" and "Stars and Stripes Forever"? JUNIOR STRING ENSEMBLE Richard Pullicin, Paul Bedard, Marilyn Raddatz, Cecily Sweeney. STRING ENSEMBLE Ken Fraslid, Lorraine Dakin, Marilyn Jeup, Harriet Bedord, Connie Raether. BOYS SENIOR GLEE First row-Ray Wegner, Charles Miner, Jack Coury, Jack Myers, Bob Overbeke, Bob Smith, Don Ungerman, Amos Horton, Jacl: Failla, Frank Russo. Second row -Loren Post, Clare Woomer, Don Hart, Louis Vitto, Ray Salerno, Ralph Townsend, Art Zillgitt, Clement Quasarano, Don Bailey. Third row-Frank Wolschon, Phil Marsh, Ken Reece, Harvey Schwass, Bob Rutz. GIRLS ENSEMBLE First row-lris Martin, Marilyn Schmidt, Diane Weber, Nila O'Farrell, Sue Foralcer, Maureen Brennan. Second row - Joan Shuttleworth, Nancy Meyer, Beverly Maas, Evelyn Challis, Betty Statzulo, Lyn Emling, Joanne Bittern. Happy, Singing Hours . . . No matter which highway we take, the fun and experience of singing in The various voice groups will remain with us always. Christmas and Spring concerts are never to be forgotten. First row-Vera Zuccara, Dolores Metcalfe, Iris Martin, Marilyn Schmidt, Diane Weber, Nila O'Farrell, Sue Faraker, Lyn Emling, Maureen Brennan, Evelyn Alexander. Second row-Sue Wilson, Marilyn Cunard, Joan Shuttleworth, Betty O'NeiI, Lena De John, Danna Eagan, Betty Statzula, Dolores Meyer, Lenore Gravis, Joanne Bittern. Third row--Althea Glids, Agnes Lattanzi, Nancy Herschelmann, Nancy Meyer, Beverly Maas, Evelyn Challis, Marjorie Flaherty, Barbara Gay, Betty Fiddes, Metta Van lttersum. Fourth row-Sally Pascoe, Mary Myler, Beverly Brown, Sharolyn Leech, Mildred Droge, Carole Horian, Joan Kociemba, June Behiens, Mary Navarro. BOYS' QUARTETTE First row-Ralph Townsend, Ray Wegner. Second row-Art Zillgitt, Phil Marsh. First row-Clem Quasarana, Dale Hemmingsen, lvar Dahlof, Ralph Paonessa, Ray Collins, Gerald Harris, Lois Jarnagin, Al Helquist, Bob Hawkins, Bob Rathbun, Harold Colbath, Gloria Dumas. Joanne Hanson, Jean Di Nato, Bob Hartley, Carl lario, George Schreiner. Second row-.lae Close, Phil Germaine, Larry Midena, Jaan Laiar, Johanna Kilgus, Connie Raetller, Ruth Hinden, lngeborg Mai, Jim Rock, Paul Clamo, Carl Russo, Bob Flowers, Don Reid, Chuck Rein, Loren Post, Gordon Stank, Mr. Armstrong. Third row-Frank Minisci, Carol Hamp, Bill Mans, Jim Lobdell, Else Stiehler, Laura Nicolaff, Helen Collins, Marilyn Raddaty, Walter Read, June McCracken, Charles Miner, Edwin Heupel, Paul Stocks, Walter Herzog, Hugh Mclntyre, David Vanover, Donald Pollard. SERVICE CLUB First row-Ernestine Hlatlxy, Sue Slulzke, Millicenl Sullilf, Marilyn Mecho, Dianne Stoddard, Kay Brostrom, Lore Dengler, Justine Williams, Beatrice Farrow, Beverly Herling, Joan Youngblood, .lenyne Ahrens, Elizabeth Kalmas, Louise Weber, Dolores Crews, Diane Evans. Second row-Mr. Eddy, Celeste Lukasik, Delores Erberl, Carmela Giacomazza, Albert Daniels, Ann Seifert, Olivia Tilley, Russ Edgerton, Dolores Beil, Sam Gamenio, Rama Salerno, Marilyn Whipple, .loe Graber, Carolyn Schieplce, Barbara Verwey, Anne Hardy, Margaret Kenney, Miss Becker. Third row-.lack Stephan, Alice Collar, Mary Thompson, Nancy Brown, Carl Ewald, Bill Franchy, Phil Marsh, Jim Corsan, Ken Andrzeieski, Pele Cook, Alan Ternes, Dale Barry, Don Krussman, Jeanette Charbonneau, Eric Vetter, Jack Failla, .lack Coury, Joe Close. LIBRARY CLUB First row-Beverly Pohl, Pat Bligh, Frances Maniscalchi, Delores Rivard, Beverly Brooks, Theresa Block, Pat McRobert, Elayne Miela. Second row-Moe Shaw, Suzanne Davies, Sally Semyn, Shirley Anne Richter, Miss Duffey, Kathleen Hoefr, Barbara Thrasher, Evelyn Wise, STAGE CLUB First row-Jack Goenard, Bob Gillies, Russell Weiland, Roger Block, Ken Granther. Seccond raw--Richard Fublaert, Gavaih Schaefer, Gordon Tabuhn. STUDENT COUNCIL First rowvViolet Voikc-s, Barbara Grish, Sherwood Clifford, Pat Bligh, Charles Paetzke, Louise Beckner, Frank Higgins, Phil Germaine, Arnie Stein, Donald Panzer, Phil Gasparro, Dick lootens, Dick Minch, Armen Boyle. Second row-Beverly Herling, Shirley Unrau, Marlene Badenhagen, Barbara Sheppard, Jay Schoettley, Arthur Rautenberg, Stan Stynes, Gloria Hahn, Charlotte Braysher, William Barr, Pat Sine, Adeline Ciavola, Mary Lee Schroeder, Marilyn Miller. Third row-Nancy Herschelmann, Bill Schindler, Jack Slack, Marge Ewert, Jack Ostrominski, Gerard Perl, Cindy Palmer, Joseph Bannigan, Pat McVeigh, Shirley Reneau, Carolyn Kuhlman, Mr. Wheeler. AD CLUB First row-JoAnne Wood, Marilyn Clyma, Patricia Dedek, Mr. Haines, Kenneth Oscor, Marilyn Siurl, Esther Rieus, Shirley Warnlce, Mildred Knapp. Second row-Sandra Ballan' tyne, Dorothy Stickle, Audrey Chamness, Sharon Helgeson, Don Clough, Ken Cross, Elaine Maas, Bob Novakovich, Ronald Coldwell. I.M.S.S.C. First row-Roberta Barton, Helen Elias, Jackie Gary, Dick Panin, Bob Schultz, Marilyn Hertel. Second row'-Mr. Wolf, Arnie Stein, Jean Freshour, John Kotlark, Bruno Boelster, Phil Germaine, Bill Schindler. Some of our fellow travelers gave hours af their time, cheerfully, to be of service to their school. Guarding our halls to main- tain on orderly building, helping students find reference materials with which to work, creating colorful scenery for appro- priate stage settings, making delightfully original posters to catch our eye in the halls, promoting good sportsmanship be- tween schools and planning campaigns and drives for the school's benefit-these are but a few of the services performed by our clubs. MOTHERS' CLUB Firsl rowfMrs. R. A. Foster, Mrs. R. Herschelmann, Miss E. Wolff. Second row-Mrs. B. Foole, Mrs. H. Cole, Mrs. K. Wright, Mrs. H. H. Haupt, Mrs. G. Lewis, Mrs. F. Askew, Mrs. W. Scherer. Third row-Mrs. F. Haskell, Mrs. R. K. Fiddes, Mrs. G. Weitzmann, Mrs. l. Harrison, Mrs. G. Hurley, Mrs. C. Kalkanis, Mrs. R. Hanson. Behind the scenes, making all of Denby's wonderful dances possible, were two hard- working groups. They planned unusual attractive names for the dances, auditioned orchestras, created decorations and waited on the coke bar while Denbyites enjoyed the results of their work. STUDENTS' DANCE COMMITTEE First row-Joe Daniels, Tom Frank, Tom Hansen, Jim Greiner, Phil Holley, Jack Ostrominski. Second row-Billie Jean Hollins, Gloria Gleiser, Betty Fiddes, Marilyn Richard, Diane Edmiston, Eleanor Reichl, Mary Lou Burton. Third row- Bertha Huber, Ronnie Jackson, Sherwood Clifford, Jim Singley, Phil Germaine, Howard Hurley, Frank Teodecki. As we walked down the path of life, which is high school, we not only worked, but also paused for relaxation. Naturally, everybody headed to such wonderful Denby Dances as the Bow-Tie Tussle the Show-boat Shuffle, with Sam as Engineer, and that wonderful Hard Times , Dance at which everyone danced in his stocking feet. These memorable occasions will always be with us. Y-TEENS Firsl row-Shirley Thompson, Sharon Beyer, Nancy Moquin, Noreen Helliwell. Second row-Doris Mullen, Tamara Vanlluskirk, Pat Wolf, Catherine Zybura, Marilyn Miller, Naomi Rogers, Betty Rutledge. Third row-Ann Machleit, Marlene Cutler, Jacqueline Dailey, lcla Durso, Beverly Dittmer, Sylvia Durso, Barbara Miller. Y-TEENS First row-Pat Reynolds, Marlene Cutler, Sharon Beyer, Patricia Wallace, Noreen Helliwell, Nancy Moquin, Shirley Thompson, Ida Durso. Second row-Diane Weber, Wanda Gentz, Dorothy Hotelling, Carolyn Schiepke, Marilyn Doyscher, Pat McVeigh, Johanna Wachtler, Jucly McCulloch, Beverly Dittmer, Marlene Petrofl. DENBY BROADCASTING GUILD First row-Mildred Knopp, Doris Young, Pat McVeigh, Max Glann, Miss Cover, Mary Lou Burton, Gayle Oatley, Nancy LeRoy, Gloria Sanderson. Second row-Pat Putnam, Glenda Nichols, Beverly Brown, Marilyn Doyscher, Bob Hawkins, Phil Gosparro, Nancy Herschelmonn, Effie Caprathe, Phyllis Plappert. Some of our clubs are devoted to the task of helping the individual student develop his personality. This is done by a general personal improvement program in Y-Teens, speech training in D B Gp acquaintance with the Bfble in Miracle Book Club, study of personality problems in the Psychology Club, and discussion of grooming in the Models Club. MIRACLE BOOK CLUB First row-Carolyn Schiepke, Beverly LaPoge, Anila Crowe ford, Mrs. McAvoy. Second row-Dick Byrd, Sfanley Ken- ke, Ar? Zillgitr, Mr. Leonard V PSYCHOLOGY CLUB Firsf row-Arnold Slein, Sue Ann Briegel, Frances Cangialosi, Ann Darazio, Marion Bollman, Joy Fani, Marlene Pefrofl, Louise Beclrner. Second row-Margaret Schusfer, Carolyn Schiepke, Ella Kerscher, Lorella Roche, Don Panzer, Edwin Heupel, Jean Freshour, Ellen DeLay, Marcin Meyers, Ann Black. MODELS' CLUB Firsf row-Miss Mahoney, Dolores Mefcalfe, Joan Benvenuti, Barbara Boufman, Helen Elias, Marjorie Malone, Barbara Gorman, Violet Voikos, Charlene Van Vliei. Second row-Mary Wharrie, Phyllis Vick, Irene Roy, Pol Sine, Gloria Hahn, Josephine Weiizmann, Marge Eweri, Marilyn Poll. Third rowflieverly Tillaclr, Jane Robertson, Joan Koch, Luise Bisinger, Sally While, Gloria Schepke, Delores Schroeder, Virginia Paddock. OPERATORS' CLUB First row-Freya VonBerg, Chuck Dawson, Dale Dawson, Catherine Coyeos, Art Recksiedler, Marvin Ott, Alice Gargarlo, Willard Mishuner, Jane Bittern, Pat Zeschke, Arlene White, Anna Giasone. Second row-Frank Koczot, Pat Connolly, Tom Wilcox, Joyce Bundy, Carolyn Kuhlman, Dick Goldie, Eddie Janisgeuski, Charles Forrest, Donald Head, Henry Tick, Marian Pearson, Mary Ann Becker, Pat Smith, Nancy Rayner. Third row-Edwin Heupel, Kurt Ruhl, Ted Tonkoshlwr, Bill Stickney, Don Clements, Ed Schumaker, Ken Nyquist, Mr. Dixon, Mr. Weiland, Frank Ferrari, Walter Kreg, Gus Nellar, Dave Vanover, Fritz Junker. SCIENCE CLUB First row-Barbara Allen, John Porter, lloyd Braysher, Joy Fani, Rex Ciavola, Kenneth Froslid, Jean Freshour, Ann Black, Arnie Stein, Eric Vetter. Second row-Walter Curlett, Mr. Vaughan, Carolyn Schiepke, Joan Engquist, Alan Ternes, Bob McNally, Doris Heyn, Barbara Bailey, Dick Chaney. Third row-Charles Jacob, Richard Atnip, Ken LeBeau, Don Panzer, Charles Paetzke, Don Nicholson, Cal Caldwell. BIOLOGY CLUB First row--Shirley Unrau, Arnie Stein, Marcia Meyers, Stanley Stynes, Charles Paetzke, Karl John, Ann Black, Mildred Knopp. Second raw- Dr. Povah, Barbara Allen, Rex Ciavola, Joan Engquist, Don Panzer, Sheldon Shapero, Robert Needham, Jean Freshour, Ellen Deloy. Denby's clubs are not all set in social activities. Many help to develop special interests. The Science Club, composed of Denby's future scientists . . . the Operators Club, whose members show those interesting movies during our classes . . . the Spanish Club, whose meetings are conducted in Spanish . . . the Dance Club, which displays those wonderful and intricate dance steps . . . the Pon-American Club, which promotes interest in our Latin-American neighbors . . . these are iust a few of the many. X? 3-Q 3 if 1, Am G A M if ,J- wlizzk - XJ YS. 2' nfl!" sz iv W . 5' '4 :Q 5 a 'Qc I R'S ACTIVITIES L s there will be the lunchroom where our E.. . . our latest crush discussed . . . common a hrill of an auditorium assembly . . . the periods . . . the proud feeling and wonder- a play was enacted or a concert produced ulgled through in English . . . the explosion i ' ated and regal sensation of a first prom the football games . . . feet tapping out the :Ing on potato chips and hot dogs . . . blue t 'et and hands numbed with cold . . . our h best team in the city . . . the fun coming 11 fter winning the big game. I An Eye on the Future BOYS' CHRYSLER CO-OP First row-Henry Marshall, Paul Ehmer, Frank Zybrua, Paul Snyder, Andy Reutovich, Karl Falk, Don Kolodzieislri, Paul Mertus, Gordon Peck, Donald Owens. Second row-Jim Viau, Marvin Vandenberg, Nelson Peitz, Gerald Pop, Bill Smith, Richard Stahmer, Stanley Kioenke, Richard KroPP, Art Harriett, Richard Friedemen, Robert Mueller. RETAILING C0-OP First row-Martha Juriga, Aileen McDonald, Joan Merkel, Norma Rigney, Betty Jane Grase, Phyllis Vick, Pauline Schmidt, Loretta Buczlrowski, Dolores Sidebottom, Mary Alice Edgar. Second row-Dorothy Durie, Wanda Walters, Winona Wilson, Ellen Lehmann, Joanne Rexin, Don Burkel, Dolores Priehs, Marlene Gilbert, .loan Patterson, Barbara Maine, Beverly Van Geison. These students are training while they learn for iobs in department stores, offices and factories. They spend two weeks in school, then two weeks at work. Denby's Co-ops find that their work experience gives them a chance to apply what they have learned in school and to practice getting along with people. GIRLS' CHRYSLER CO-OP First row-Margaret Cammarala, Anno Kralochwill, Mary Ann Tordili, Anne Froslid, Dorothea Balchik, Rosina Dorner, Phyllis Pascoe, Second row-Margaret Kortz, Joan Geisler, Janis Schmidt, Nora Braen, Joan Sleyer, Josephine Bossi. RETAILING C0-OP First row-Gloria Gleiser, Myra Rousseau, Doris Speer, Margaret Knost, Marion Dew. Second row-Violet Hall, Dolores Foster, Jeanette McNeil, Shirlee Sl. Arnaud, Helen Ryberg, Mamie Misuraca, Lorraine Larkey. Third row-Mary Lou Brusca, Pat Sheridan, Rose Marie Hanne- man, Shirley Stosch, Marilyn Weeslce, Sally Stosch, Dolores Hanula. Faurih row-Edgar Phillips, Don Skinner, Richard Baumgarlner, Aileen Eppinger, Lois Schulz, Eloise Price, Carolyn Radlke. CHRYSLER C0-OP First row-Elaine Koester, Joanne Margraf, Joyce Buss, Frank Scott, AI Bartsch, Henry Stall- mann, George Gierchiek, Joe Handel, Jean Glanert. Second row-Virginia Schury, Phyllis Cass, Charles Ireland, Earl Schick, Kenneth Browning, Connie Hubbard, Avanell Byrge, Gertrude Hovestreydt, June Bertrand. Third row-Roberta Brown, Belly Lou DeHanao, Leonard Dettloli, Joseph Hurley, Raymond Gabriel, Walter Kocian, Robert Wanicke, Gerald Sliehler, Reg Nouriki. Fourfh row-George Pokrieflce, Joe Michel, Don Klosterman, Guy Scanlan, Charles May, Frank Michal. l HOME ECONOMICS CLUB First row-Barbara Garrett, Shirley Crowe, Elaine Crowe, Catherine Coyeos, Sharon Barry, Delores Revard, Delores Erbert, Margaret Von Nalting, Barbara Bungard, Naomi Rogers. Second row-Ardith Eilola, Jackie Shumate, Carol Schoeninger, Janice Stahl, K. Sewa, Donna Fiori, Marlene Cutter, Shirleyann Ruth, Anita Cox, Donna Garrett. NURSING CLUB First row-Pat Putnam, Joan Drummond, Joy Fani, Miss DeFever, Hildegarde Nill, Carolyn Schiepke, Lore Dengler, Naomi Rogers. Second row-Kathryn, Maker, Margie Lakin, Grace Zasa, .loan Engquist, Marilyn Doyscher, Joan Gulclen, Eunice Schneider, Margarete Kromath. JUNIOR RED CROSS First row-Nancy lou White, Miss Weed, Dolores Griffen. Second row-Rosie Gentile, Margaret McMurtie, Helen Collins, Marghretta McNash. Several clubs at Denby help girls to meet future situations better, whether they be as homemalcers or as career girls. The Home Economics Club, where the art of cooking is discussed and practiced, the Nursing Club, whose members will some day be our nurses, and the Junior Red Cross, which is always busy helping someone or doing some charitable work, are a few of those groups. Curtain Going Up The Denby Drama Club took the right path this yeor in turning out two memorable plays-"Dear Ruth" and "l Remember Mama." DRAMA CLUB First row-Ronnie Jackson, Tony Compo, Max Glonn, Louise Beclrner, Joan Lennon, Dorothy Heck, Marilyn Hertel, Stan Stynes, Maureen Cameron, Karl John, Roger Block. Second row-Melonie Wachtler, Morion Wier, Nancy LeRoy, Marcia Meyers, Harriet Montgomery, Effie Coprathe, Phyllis Plappert, Violet vcikos, Jo-onn Hornstien, Joyce Bundy, Beverly Herling, Joan Daumin. Third row-Shirley Unrou, Gloria Sanderson, Dorothy Kunellos, Ann Keller, Lindo l.ou Mueller, Jeannette Charbonneou, Solly Niebergole, Sheldon Shapero, Dean Froehlich, Foy Crosby, Sue-Ann Briegel, Billie Josey, Patricia Wallace. Fourth row-Johono Vonderhclegen, George Hidden, .lock Grenard, Niki Kolkanis, Dionne Hallom, Bill Knoske, .loan Deory, Cindy Palmer, Marilyn Darke, Marilyn Whipple, Sharon Beyer, Arnie Stein. gi sw-if KIJ NNW lk QN iql. N I' E 'N' f sg,-iff! 0.1. If N x N ' A 31 xxjll, wif 'Ill X W w W' f xv I y, KX 'I .:::'W? 'QZNLP' U . W' .J YESEV QUHE' U ,l 202 GIRLS Mrs. Meroe Christy, Counselor The counselors who head The different houses of Denby are great factors in influencing our courses of study. They help us choose the right profession to follow after we grclduoie. Through their counseling they help us to recognize the right sign posls of the crossroads of our lives, and to follow the correct path. C - No. I GIRIZS Miss Julia Wilde, Counselor 302 GIRLS Mrs. Grace Brown, Counselor 203 BOYS Mr. Harold Cutter, Counselor 101 BOYS Mr. Irvin Wolf, Counselor C - No. 2 BOYS Mr. Charles Shires, Counselor E gr CWS, ,.., 74 -" fi '1v'. I X, ,M s f i: H 53 L+ W 9... X. - x 'K W 1 'nr a is X lb ,..,.,. i.: -uv. -5 "' A -. V'F: :'.f 'nk 1 ff ,. X.. 'avr-Q--vrfa s'-f-ace.--.-vw '.1-'- I . -f'1,:.-ww--N--,gk vi' 1 ,:'w.-Q-:uf-1 fwi,-ffag-. ,w fi' mf ci ' ig, - 'fsfbi 353 ,. if ' . 1 f.f"ff1? A aw: 3-In 'Q ' 'Ji . a. ,. as -. f ya 1,1 , ,. ' , ' 'if 2 1:.-I. ff. ...Jw 6 ,R V my -., v 1+ igfgggll- ' 'Q . as .5 J'-L - G ,, ,lf f 1,1 .. J' ' 0 f R E ,1:,..::,.,.Z.: A 6 aaa, , , vi., ' 55? x 'fm I TA ,N D, Q, ,, J R ,,,21:,: ,K ws! it THE VARSITY First row-Dick Rocheleou, Bill Damm, Al Smith, Dick Panin, Bill Rice, Ronald Tuck, Bruno Boelstler, Harry Leviton. Second row-Dick Bird, Joe Kohn, Roger Parmentier, Victor Gasser, Col Smith, John DeGrondis, Phil West. Third rowABill Nopolitan, Carl Bates, Bill lnce, Jerry Pinder, AI Przylaylski, Melvin Bernia, Lloyd Lusk, Guy Brown. Fourth row-Marvin Schassberger, Chester Vineyard, Dick Linhard, Bill Heinzmann, Daryl Machemer, Charles Krutsch, Don Heslet. Fifth row-Ken Reece, Victor Seipe, Warren Scholz, Charles Schleicher, Jerry Cross, Bob Rossi, Jack Maas, Jim Smith. Sixth rowfkoy Tabarsky, James Nelson, Ivan Frisbie, Jim Singley, Alan Ternes, Dick Koster, Don Rigney. Seventh row-Coach Harold Lindsay, Charles Dawson, Murray McNab, Terry Plescow, Coach Jim Stout. OUR CHAMP . . . AGAIN Big moments-action in mud and rain at the Gooclfellow game, excited cheerleaders in the U. of D. Stadium at the Redford game. Our Champs . . Again ' Denby's 1948 football team hit the road to fame as they finished their second straight unde- feated season with a de- cisive victory in the Good- fellow game at Briggs Stadium. All State Dick Panin and All City Dick Koster kept spectators' eyes on the backfield while All City Bill Rice led the line for the Tars who were rated the best team in the state. Wilbur Wright Southeastern . Miller . . Pershing . . The Victories . . . All for Denby . . . . . 53-0 , . 19-0 . 13-0 . . 34-0 Cass ...... . 49-0 Eastern . . 28-13 Redford ..... . 20-13 St. Mary of Redford . . . 28-0 Mermaids and Mermen Den,by's mermen and mermaids both enioyed winning seasons. The boys again copped the East Side crown, and the girls got otif to a whiz-bang start by winning tive straight meets. SWIMMING TEAM First row-Eigene Sunclerman, Dave Nordell, Don Fraser, Basil Considine, Bob Luty, Bob Forton Qco-captainl, .lim Gardiner, Kaye Pangborn, Al Young, Harold Leach, fco-captainj Don Bausehor, Bob Zabloclri. Second row-Ray Fischer, Kenneth Prevost, Ed Doirw, Geo. Meyer, AI Helquist, Art Burns, Bob Frost, Ieny Hudson, Lauri Parssinen, Art Foley, Fred Moehring, Sam Gallo. Third rowACooch Reoume, Fred Gerbing, Diclr Marshall, CAss't Manager, Harold Colbath, Frank Haag, Ken Kern, Dan Chaney, Roger Dingman, Peter Grundy, Bill Graham, Bill Petkowslci, Jim Rogers, Kenneth Zablocki. ,, 5 Q , E, li I J V J .,., V A Kan, Q .Win . A,,' ,M , . it , E' we E VL , :,, I A, 1 7. E qt y, V V M is r'if ,,,,r ' sy l 2 , .reyr lwhwff , lm 'Kel Q!! Wiixiiiaf-1 ,.f- J, -. 1q.,.,, DENBY MERMAIDS First row-Harriet Montgomery, Camille Schooft, Betty Prevost, Arlene Heil, Armen Boyle, Nancy Pillsbury, Josephine Weitzmann, Barbara Piel, Charlene Von Vliet, Joan Rexin, Joyce Niven, Mary Schafer. Second row-Jaan Golden, Jackie Murphy, Dora Ghazal, Pat Wolf, Mary Lou Tizani, Pat McKellar, Beverly Burke, Betty Edgerton, Jeanne Burns, Charmaine Bowles, Flu Victor, Peggy Schafer. Third row-Anna Fein, Hannelore Mai, Pat Bell, Ann Seifert, Ginny Martislco, Hedy Zettler, Noreen Newhar, Donna Reid, Carol Schneider, Marlene Petrol Ruth Ulmer, Sue Wilson, Mickey Mosier, Pat Husemann. Girls Basket Ball Team First row-'Mary Taylor, Evelyn Challis, Nancy Mann, June Maria, Ruth Buechler. Second row-Miss Weed icoachi. Jean Freshour, Helen Seib, Barbara Grisil, Dawn Ballou fco-captainj, Gloria Hahn, Gloria Schepke, Roberta Bar- ton fro-captain Varsityj. Third row-Barbara Rickwalt fmanagerj, Marge Freeman, Vera Lee Smith, Nancy D'Giozanni, Martha Schamby, Beverly l.e Page, Joan Pardi, Anna Failer, Sally White, Marilyn Radditz Hman- age-rl. Fourth row-Carol Winter, Jeanne Bauman, Carol Hamp Ccaptain, reservel, Carol Stynes, Dorothy Smith, Gail Glaser, Sally Pascoe, and Judy Lutz. Featuring magnificent team work Den- by's female cagerettes, coached by Miss Weed, went through their schedule un- defeated. High scoring forwards and a rugged defense combination made possible a winning team. SCORES Denby Pershing Denby Miller Denby Northeastern Denby Eastern Denby Southeastern Denby Dominican Boys Basketball THE VARSITY Top rowfD. Meyer, Al Kugler, R. Eugenio, R. Roe, J. Maas, P. Cook. Second row-W. Breaugh, D. Petl, C. Schleicher, W. lnce, J. Wilds. Front row- St. Mgr. T. O'Ncil, H. Mozer, R. Schultz, T. Scally, H. Schultz. Denby-Miller games provide plenty of action. First row-Bill laioie, Ronnie Kay, Roger Deory, Harry Huorz, lindsay. Second row-Dean Pascoe, Denny Mclxey, Bill Summers, Rapp, Don Babcock. Third row-Ernie Narcloni, Wally Rentz, Ken Ferguson, Ken Henning, Bob Duewelte, Mac Blalcemorr. The Denby basketbollers had a rather hectic season. While winning only two games they still managed to tie for sixth place in tough competition with the East Side teams. DENBY MOTHERS' CLUB ...ml Mai jf WMM The purpose of the Edwin Denby Mothers' Club is to study and improve the conditions affecting child lite, to create better understanding between parents and teachers, in general, to promote an interest in educa- tion, and the welfare and civic needs of the community. l. Has your daughter or son a place to go for recre- ation? 2. Would you like to know what you child is doing in Denby and keep in contact with his school life? 3. Do you think that improvements in Denby would aid your chiId's education? 4. Do you know your son's teachers and the mothers of your daughter's friends? 5. Would you also like to participate in entertain- ment that is enjoyable and profitable to parents, students and school alike? 6. Then join the Edwin Denby Mothers' Clubl The Mothers' Club provides dances and community get-togethers where fun can be had by all. Th Mothers' Club provides scholarships for deserving students, and student aid where necessary. The Mothers' Club each year contributes gifts to the school which would not be included in the Board of Education budget. For example, so tar this year we have provided a new PA system for the gym, additional photographic equipment for the Athletic Dept., and defrayed the entire cost of maintaining the Counsellor's Bell telephone system in the school. 72 me azclwin Eenzy .fdgamni .x4A5ociafion forbid, muff., ,W I., .1u.,..! M. ll ll e 1 9 pl' 0,71 jrialag, Ma fwanfyfourlk :lay ofjune nbnlnn AumlrnJ am! Arty-nina Aon: mln lo ana af Gall-J EVIKODDE of Q04 .yalfef ww, I, fe, gi,,,.z1,,.14L. 0,,4.,f,,, G06-jarma, 4 53 U 5 - My:-gushed: Sails, ju, or Unafzrm R E 3 I RED ARROW MARKET Fresh Meats and Vegetables Daily 10240 WHITTIER TU. 1-0130 C A P S G 'I d G O W N S Soles and Rentals EASTERN FURNITURE AND uPHoLs1'ERlNG co. 16614 HARPER AVE. TU. 1-0107 E. R. MOORE CO. OF MICHIGAN J. J. McDONNELL I DRUGS 0 PRESCRIPTIONS 16636 HARPER near YORKSHIRE MUSIC LESSONS ON ALL INSTRUMENTS PIED PIPER MUSIC STUDIOS VE. 9-0740 11624 WI-IITTIER 1111 WEBB TO. 8-1678 C1-3 OFF on Instruments to Students? 73 DENBY DRAMA CLUB ik Walsh Institute of Accountancy, Detroit, teaches the nationally recognized Pace Courses in Accountancy and Business Administration. As a specialized professional school of Ac- countancy, Walsh has demonstrated through the success of its students that specialization pays. More than one hundred Certified Public Accountants of Michigan have taken all or part cf their professional training at Walsh during its twenty-seven years of operation. Registration for Fall classes in day or evening school will begin August 1, 1949. Fall semester will begin September 12, 1949. WALSH INSTITUTE OF ACCOUNTANCY A Non-profit School of Accountancy and Related Subjects 120 Madison Avenue, Detroit 26, Michigan Telephone: W00dward 1-5136 YOU R PET SU PPLY Dog, Cat, Bird and Fish Food and Supplies FRESH OR FROZEN HORSE MEAT xU.S. Gov't. Inspected! 16634 HARPER AVE. TU. 1-6369 SISTERS HOME BAKERY Wedding and Birthday Cakes Our Specialty 16840 HARPER AVE. TU. 1-0150 WHITTIER 9-MINUTE AUTO WASH Simonizing - Blue Coral - Polishing OPEN 8 TO 6 TU. 1-4885 SUNDAY 8 TO 3 10256 Whittier TU. 1-3670 HARPER VOGUE BEAUTY SALON Hair Cutting Our Specialty 16849 HARPER at GRAYTON WE DEDICATE THESE WISHES TO THE GRADUATES: "When things go wrong - as they oftimes willg When the flight youire making is all uphillg When funds are low and debts are high And you try to smile but are forced to sighg When cares sap your energy every whit - Rest if you must, but clon't you quitln IITh' ' rr 12901 KELLY ROAD "The Meeting Place of the Denbyites 75, vs Careers in Business Business is a combination of many types of careers. These include adver- tising, accounting, banking, insurance, railroad, manufacturing, and others. Trained office personnel is in demand in both business and government service. Specialized training is necessary for positions which lead to worth-while career opportunities. For forty-three years, The Business Institute has been preparing young men and women for attractive positions, where ability, industry, initiative, and other personal qualities have enabled them to Win places as department heads and execu- tives. More than 97,000 students have received instruction in our day and evening c asses. Those interested are invited to investigate the schoo1's courses, quarters, equipment, and free employment service. THE BUSINESS INSTITUTE 220 Bagley Avenue fMichigan Theatre Bldg.j, Detroit 5040 Joy Road, near Grand River, Detroit 7 West Lawrence Street, Pontiac Visit our most convenient location, or telephone WOoward 26534 for booklet, "Choosing Your Careerf' TU. 1-3220 COQUETTE SHOPPE Custom-Made Millinery 16960 HARPER AVE. Vogue Theatre Bldg. Ladies' Costume Jewelry Ladies' Hosiery . I dill tl Ol' oR:soEN GIFT sHoP ? CARDS and GIFTS INFANTS' WEAR 9908 WHITTIER NI. 4140 0i09"aP y LYK-Nu A DRY CLEANERS, mc. ? Try Our Nu-Nap Process. It Removes Shine from Your Garments I 9915 WI-IITTIER AVE. VE. 9-0717 P G W E L L S BLAINE'S HARPER AT YORKSHIRE FISH and CHIPS - HAMBURGERS HOT DOGS Carry Out Service 76 Compliments of . . . HOFLEY MAN UFACTU RING CO. Roseville 5523 22534 Groesbeck Hwy. It Pays To Look Well CARMEN'S BARBER SHOP AND ELIZABETH BEAUTY SALON 9912 WI-IITTIER TU. 1-4358 TU. 5-5370 UREEL HARDWARE Paint - Class - House Furnishings Plumbing - Electrical Supplies 9630 WHITTIER AVE. WILLIAM J. UREEL DETROIT 24 AL CRAIK QUALITY MARKET Choice Meats and Poultry 9904 WHITTIER at MeKINNEY COTTRELL AND EICKHOFF SINCLAIR PRODUCTS 16560 HARPER AVE. TU. 1-9836 HANDLEY PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 10421 WI-IITTIER VE. 9-7707 TOWN HALL MEN'S SHOP Fine Apparel for Men 9040 CADIEUX RD. TU. 1-6090 FOR A QUICK SALE OF YOUR PROPERTY CALL GEORGE S. NAVE Realtor Compliments of . . . CHEST WOOD PAINT G' HARDWARE TU. 1-1632 17400 CHESTER Woodhall at Harper LAkeview 7-2730 REESOR PAINT Cr WALLPAPER CO. 16461 Harper at Whittier TU. 1-1440 10620 MORANG at CADIEUX PICTURE OF A HIGH Sl-IE's one of thousands of high school graduates who feel that the telephone business is a worth- while work . . . worthwhile for the people engaged in it . . .worthwhile for the entire community. Like most Michigan Bell women, she entered the business with girls her own age . . . learned by doing . . . was well paid while learning . . . gets regular pay increases . . . looks ahead to continued opportuni- ties for advancement . . . enjoys vacations with pay. SCHOOL GRADUATE The girl in the picture is an operator . . . but there are many other types of jobs at Michigan Bell . . . and theylre all important, too . . . because we're like a team and everyone has a necessary part to play. Employment opportunities at Michigan Bell vary from time to time . . . from city to city . . . but one thing about it . . . we're glad to talk with girl graduates . . . always . . . anywhere. MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY A Lesson To Remember! The DETROIT EDISON Co is best 9 8 Y ESM . QM JW X CHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY


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