East Detroit High School - East Detroiter Yearbook (Eastpointe, MI)

 - Class of 1947

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J UAR'Y CLASS CARMEN SANCHEZ-Ritll and rare were the gems she wore. Shamrock, Journalism. Gffice Work, Monitor. ROBERT SANDOE-Come what will to- morrow-I have lived today. Ushers, Monitors, Clee Club. HERLIAN SCHMITZ-YOII can tell him by the noise be doesn't make. Monitor, Movie Projection Club. PAUI.INE SHARPE-Cheerful by dis- position, friendly by nature. Bowling, Girl Reserves, Clee Club, Monitors, Shamrock. RUTH SHERNIAN-P81106 and rest, at last have come. Class Editor, Business Manager -Shamrock, Ushers, Monitors, G.A.C., Baseball, Bowling, Jour- nalism. FRANK SHOKALUK-Consumed the midnight oil. Photography Editor - Annual, Band President, Board of Con- trol, Glee Club, Monitors, Movie Projection Club, Business Man- ager-Orchestrn, Senior Play, Shamrock Editor. Elu-:EN SUTTON-I nm not of many words. Baseball, Basketball, Monitors. MARGARET TAYLoR-Shyness is only looks deep. Biology Club, Forensic Club, Clee Club, Ushers, Monitors, Office Work. Downes THILK-Her wit was more than man, her innocence a child. Glee Club, Baseball, Teacheris Assistant, Library, Office work. RITA THOMAS-I know there is no other I can love. - Junior Play promptor, Majorette, Annual Club. BARBARA TUTTY - A happy heart makes a happy face. Class Secretary, President-Pos- ter Club, Shamrock, Journalism, G.A.C., Baseball, Glee Club, Sen- ior Play. ERIKA WAMSLER-IIQS fun to study -I'll bet. Cheerleader, G.A.C., Basketball, Baseball, Senior Play, Vice- Pres- ident. . SHIRLEY WATERS - Youth only comes once in a lifetime and she is really making use of it. Shamrock, Junior Play, Moni- tors. HELEN WEARMOUTH-Going steady is like a tourniquet, it cuts oil the circulation. Shamrock, Monitors.

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JANUARY CL SS JOE LENHARD-Everybody's friend -nobody's enemy. Football, Track captain, E. Club, Junior Play, Senior Play, Moni- tors, Glee Club, Vice-President. Mstw JANE LEoNARosoN-In her. wisdom and jollyness meet. Cheerleader. Board of Control, Secretary, Shamrock Editor. Journalism, Basketball. Baseball, G.A.C., Bowling, Monitor, Vale- dictorian, Senior Play, Annual Club. ARLENE LIND-An equal mixture of good humor and good sense. Shamrock, Poster Club, Moni- tors, Junior Play-make-up art- ist. ELLEN MALEY-If- silence were gold- en she would be a millionaire. Ushers, Monitors. Jos MARTINEZ-HEJS a good kid, what there is of him. GEORGE MORRISSETTE-GGEGI, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we have a test." Basketball, Football, Baseball. Monitors. LEWIS PALENO-Hurry makes you worry, worry wears you out, so I take my time. LORRAINE PANTEO-I dare adven- ture. ELAINE PoLLArm-There's mischief in the good. Basketball, Baseball, G.A.C. DELonEs RACICOT-I might be bet- ter if I would, but it's awfully lonesome being good. Baseball, B a sk e t b all, G.A.C., Monitors, Shamrock, Journalism. CLARA Rt-:ICHMANN-Her heart lieth outside the school. Bowling, Junior Play, Shamrock, Journalism. THOMAS RENKEM-The greatest gift is personality. Baseball captain, Football, Bas- ketball, Shamrock, Monitors, Class Treasurer, E. Club Vice- President, Clee Club. LAWEENCE Rossi--Sometimes I sit and think-other times I just sit. Shamrock, Hi-Y, Junior Play, Senior Play-Business Manager. HELEN RYAN-Silence is more elo- quent than words. Baseball, Monitors, Teaeher's Assistant.



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NUARY CL SS MERCEL WEINAND-She never told her love. Monitors, Ushers, Shamrock Edi- tor, Journalism. Gt-:once Wmrsru-:Ln-He is pleasant to people. even though they do him no favor. Monitors, Hi-Y Secretary. Geol- ogy Club President. ELMER WILLS-I remember well those lessons, but as for what I learned, that's a different ques- tion. JIM Wlsnolu-Some say l1e's quiet, others doubt it. Football captain, Track, Junior Play, Ticket Chairman-Senior Play, Monitors, Glee Club Presi- dent, E. Club. Class History I . X: .. . .. si, rx . -:S ' ' it 7 tl FEES ln the eighth grade we were given our first players during our Senior year. They helped opportunity to show our theatrical talent when Mrs. Headley directed a play entitled, "Christ- mas with the Mulligansf' From the ninth through the twelth grade our class was always great in giving parties in our homes. This included several surprise birth- day parties for classmates. We felt the hand of responsibility when we gave our first school dance which we called the "Football Finalev, an orchestra dance after a Roseville-East Detroit game. . W'e'll always remember the school spirit at the athletic games. The majority of students who did not participate in the athletics were enthusiastically sitting on the sidelines as rooters. ,lim Wisdom, Ed Allen, Joe Lenhard and Tommy Renkert were valuable football the rest of the team in having the best seasonal record East Detroit ever had. The greatest thrill of being Juniors came in the form of being the sponsors of the annual ,I unior-Senior party and the J-Hop. Many of our classmates participated in the play, mAh! Men l" The first recognized activity in our Senior year was the cruise to Mackinac Island. Our class was fortunate in having perfect weather. Our Senior play, L'Wedding Spellsf' in Decem- ber was a huge success. Slouch Day, Educational Day and Cap and Gown Day were our last activi- ties as a class. We appreciated the fine coopera- tion of Mr. Harger, our Senior sponsor. Gradua- tion night as we sang Alma Mater we realized that our high school days were ended, and we were ready to go out into society and make our living. '

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