Denby High School - Navigator Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1950

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Betty Anshaw-M y friendship with all my teachers to some "happy-go- lucky freshie." Clara Del Grego-My school text books to Denby's second hand book store. Dorothy Erdelan-My hours, II through the V, with a. study period, to some college prep student. Carol Koch-To my sister Joan all of my good times and hope that she will have many more. Ritai Ludwicki-My entire good wishes and cheer to the Edwin Den- by High School for as long as it will exist. Joyce Milam-All my cooking re- cipes to Shirley Wilson so maybe some clay she'll be a wonderful cook for her man. Lorraine Lingo-My A in English. f8j to Jerry Karr. Barbara Nehls--My freckles to anyone who has that "Camay com- plexionf' Delores Phelps-My natural curly red hair to any poor unsuspecting freshie who's least likely to want it. Patricia Cant-To any brave ju- nior my priceless chemistry class, which I disliked so much. . Jenny Carnago-My locker mir- ror to all those girls who have mo- nopolized it during the term. Eleanor Dopp-My natural curly hair to those poor girls in a swim- ming class. Margaret Eliades-My locker to some unfortunate "freshie" who is in the mood for struggling with the lock. 4 Evelyn Eggert-The good times I have had at Denby to a "freshie" Shirlee Blackburn Pierce-All my stubs of the Denby dances and sports activities to any future Den- byite who will take them. Eva Travelli-All of the trash cans at each comer of the hall for the coming 12A class to monopolize. Shirley Mack-My broken gar- ters to Ann Tesome. Delcia Fulkerson-My English seat in room 324 to 'Barbara Acker. Melba Henning-To Doris Dees all the paper I didn't borrow from Ray. Beverly Neitzel-My gum to Fred Froehlich. He gets it all anyway. Zonia Barclay-My bangs to De- lores Endstrasser. Rosemary Parlett-My paint brush and drawing pens to Mary Parlett. Rhea Gottschling-My position as soprano in the Senior Glee Club to a freshie boy. Janise Jones-The ink wells in Denby High, I leave to someone with a Reynolds pen like I have. Shirley Young-The Seven Mile school bus that refuses to pick me up every morning to Lillian Schieb- ner. Kathleen Saclowski-A lump of coal to Denby High' School. This will be one more lump for warmth for those I leave behind me. Arlien Miller-My final success to any struggling senior who may need it in the future. Caroline Kersten-My graduation ring to my sister and hope that she will find occasion to use it. Katherine Langert-My Big Ben alarm clock to Beverly Peterson. Eleanor Ehinger-The remains of the tassel on my cap to all of those scrambling freshies who get a thrill out of collecting them. A Harold Blaskey-The candy wrap- pers on the Auditorium floor to those who get hungry the ninth hour. Frederick Branschweiger-To Fred Froehlich, a big super bottle of hen- na rinse to bring out his brightness. Dayton Gray-All of the drinking fountains to anyone lucky enough to find any water in them. Harold Bidigare-The P. A. sys- tem to anyone who can be depended on to interrupt our classes every period. Herbert Kilgus-The trash cans for some one to use to hold himself up while talking in the halls. Bert Beich - To an incoming freshie, the only A I received on a paper in Denby. Milton Riggs-To all of the fresh- ies whose admiring eyes follow me, I leave the thought that they, too, will be graduating some day. Gilbert Rosenthal-All the dusty erasers ta some freshie who loves the taste of chalk dust in his face. Bill Rae-The buttons on my D sweater to my brother "Row', who will be a future star in basketball. Dick Platts-My good nature to any student who has to work those trickey lock combinations. Charles H. Heath, Jr.-The chalk that I have bravely stolen from Den- by within the last four years to the teachers. Charles Weiss - All the broken bottles in the lunchroom which are left for the next 12A class. John Lynch-To Fred Froehlich, my term report and the C-1 I got on it. William Vermuelen-To Louis Ca- rabelli, my trick dancing feet. Mart Kenney-All the gum under my desk to all the lucky people who sit there next term. James Perdew-My toy soldiers and cannons, to Lieutenant-Colonel Don Chadwick for his future mili- tary success. Robert Brown-The cold water of Denbyis pool to present and enter- ing students. Joseph Hicks-My space in Den- by to a coming student, Dick Ros- law. ' Robert Harp-My English f8j book to someone who is poor in grammar. Robert Belcher-My bright red socks to display in the show-case in front of the office. Henry Riske-All my text books to my cousin, Wanda Schmidt, who is brave enough to enter Denby and remain here, four solid years. Joe Santora-M y homework which I piled up for four years to all the freshies. Robert Rast-My drafting skill to Richard Vogel. George Panos-The cold showers to those who can stand them. Hugh Rowan-This old Greek phrase "Woe is me" to all luckless seniors. Robert Eber-My English knowl- edge that I have missed, to some lucky future English student, Wally Billenstein-My unsharp- ened pencils to all the freshies com- ing to Denby. Stanley Peltier-The Denby rooms to some Eskimo who can take it better than I. Jerry Campbell - The seats I warmed for four years to Denby High School. Milo Tosch-To Don Keller my history book I leave, and the notes I kept in my sleeve. Nick George-My morning Free Press that I read daily in class - to the faithful janitor who will burn it. Edward Buczkowski - My old scholastics and LOGS to the Denby Paper Drive. William Verdi-A beat up um- brella and two half worn shoe laces to Red-Top Bill Clifton. Fred Wilhelm-To all freshies, a fdime watch to keep pace with school clocks. Robert Gibson-My electric train to the science department. John Alfano-The good hours I never got, to some poor freshie.



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