Denby High School - Navigator Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1950

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DEN Y LOG JANUARY I 9 4 7 The smallest graduation class in Denby history will trod the boards of the Denby stage on the night of January twenty-ninth. Approximate- ly one-hundred-ninety graduating seniors will eagerly await the "Wel- - come Address" of Patricia Siebert. Other student speakers will be Shir- ley Jean Flagler and Donald Duff. The commencement address will be delivered by A. Douglas Jamieson, the President of the Detroit Board of Education. One of the high spots on the program will be the address by Dr. Cooper. The eight Denby counselors will hand out the long- waited-for diplomas. uating class the 12A executive com mittee and several members of the LOG staff have worked for many ... .. ' X Z X In an attempt to honor the grad- 1 I weeks in the preparation of this edi- tion of the Senior LOG. In surveys taken among 12A's it was found that most seniors wanted their names and activities listed in this special issue. Individual pic- tures are purposely omitted because these are scheduled to appear in the June Navigator. In a limited time, and with a very limited amount of money to spend, we have worked long and hard to bring to you the best Senior LOG within the limits of our abilities. We hope you like it! It has often been said that good things come in little packages. While this is far from being one of Denby's largest classes, it is certainly one of the BEST. May we take this op- portunity to wish each and every one of you Godspeed in your journey through life? --- Q ' :- 2 Mia ' ak a I ,f l

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John Ackerman-12A Sgt.-at-Armsg D-Clubg Sales Clubg Dance Clubg swimming team. Blase Sylvia Aiello-Spanish Clubg GAA: Class Apple Polisher. John Alfano - Pan-American Leagueg "A little nonsense now and then is cherished by the wisest men." Betty Anshaw-Girl Reservesg War Bond Gallantg Library Club sec- retaryg GAA. Donald Walter Arbitter - Drama Clubg Student -Councilg Chess Clubg Broadcasting Guildg Radio ' Work Shopg Out for tennis team. Dorothy Joan Archer - Swimming teamg GAAg "Her popularity in- dicates her good qualities." Donald Clarence Bailey - ROTCQ "Just do your best and be satis- fied." Zonia Barclay-Spanish Clubg GAAQ "A merry heart weathers all storms." Betty Jean Bastuba-Mode1's Clubg Fashion Showg 12B Variety Showg Shamrock Shindigg Solo dance in Christmas Concertg GAA. Bert R. Beich-ROTCg "Silence nev- er makes a blunder." Robert Irwin Belsher-Veterang "He hath a studious look, and yet. . ." Harold J. Bidigare, Jr.-Veterang "The fellow who can whistle is the fellow who can work." Walter Bernhard Billenstein-"Oh, this learning-what a thing it is!" Richard T. Birnie-ROTCQ "Can we ever have too much of a good thing?" Harold Raymond Blaskey-Veterang Varsity baseballg "As happy as the day is long." Frederick Karl Braunchweiger-U.S. Navy Veterang Transferred from Cass Technical High Schoolg "For he's a jolly good fellow that no- body can deny." Shirley Mae Bruner-GAAg Pan- American Leagueg War Bond Gallant. Edward Walter Buczkowski-swim- ming teamg "Men pine praise against their will." Audrey Jean Bullock-Models' Clubg Spring and Christmas Concertg GAA. ' Gerald Dean Campbell-"He lives to build, not to boast." Patricia Ann Cant-GAAg House Of- ficer six termsg Drama Clubg Broadcasting Guildg Log Staffg Speakers Bureaug 12A Social Committeeg Sales Clubg office page. Jenny Carnago- Cap and Committee chairmang office pageg Girl Reserves: Worked in Denby Evening School officeg GAA. Gown Demetra June Christopher - Five Christmas Concertsg GAAQ Most talented girlg excellent pianistg "I do but sing when I must, but I love to." Richard Nelson Clements - Stage Crewg Drama Clubg Operators Clubg Photography Club. Murray Francis Cook-Dance Clubg "So little done, so much to do." Lee Edward Cromwell-tennis teamg D-Clubg Senior Class Commit- teeg Sales Clubg Class Wolfg "Arf! Arf!" Mary Barbara Cullinan-GAAg "A fair exterior is a silent recom- mendationf' James Richard Curlett-End on foot- ball teamg "A fellow who makes a keen game of life." ' Phyllis Elaine Davideit-Log report- erg Drama Club social chairmang Models' Clubg Speakers' Bureaug Dance Club Social Chairmang Spanish Clubg GAAQ Best Danc- er. Ted Edward ' Davis-Dance Clubg "Even his failings lean to vir- tue's side." Virginia DeGrandis-GAAg t'Charm is thine." Roger George Deierlein-"The wrong way always seems the more rea- sonable." - Clara Diana Del Grego-Sales Clubg GAAQ "Great thoughts come from the heart." Dorothy Demitrovich-GAAg "Her smile is like a sunbeamf' George Bernard De Pillo-Co-Cap- tain of baseball teamg all city- letterg "Hail fellow, well met!" Norman Charles De Pillo-Broad- casting Guildg Speakers' Bureaug Drama Clubg D-Clubg "Wit and wisdom are born in the man." Frederick Henry De Vleeschouwer- Operators Clubg Dance Club. Eleanor Ida Dopp - Spring and Christmas Concertsg GAAQ "Good taste is the flower of good sense." Arlene M. Downey-"The magic of a face." Donald James Duff-12A Presidentg D-Club presidentg football and baseball teamsg hall guardg all- city stripe in baseball. James George Eason-baseball teamg "A man after his own heart." Robert Wayne Eber-"One cannot know everything." Evelyn Ann Eggert-GAAg "Fine manners are the mantle of fair minds." Eleanor Ehinger-Spring and Christ- mas concertsg GAAg Took voice four years. Kaliopi Margaret Eliades-Sang for 202 and at Military Ballg Library Staffg Hall Guardg "Her voice is a burning fire." Joanne Emigh - Took voice eight semestersg War Bond Gallantg Girl Reservesg GAAQ "Long shall we seek her likeness-long in vain." Dorothy Erdelan Q G A Ag "The sweetest garlands to the sweetest maids." James Ransay Faircloth-Student Councilg Bandg Track teamg Pan- American Leagueg 12A treasur- ery Dance Clubg Science Clubg House officerg Spanish Clubg Most likely to Succeedg Most In- telligent. Virginia Helen Fenn-GAAQ Models' Clubg "Her smile is like the sun- ny morn." Shirley Jean Flagler-GAAg DBGQ Prettiest and cutest girly Radio Players: Sales Clubg Speakers' Bureaug Feature Editor of the Logg 102 Presidentg Has been Drama Club Social Chairman and Membership Chairman, now is Presidentg Commencement speaker. 1 EJ.

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