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Page 55 text:
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF
JANUARY CLASS OF I937
We, the graduating class of January 1937, of the
City of Detroit, in the County of lVayne, and State
of Michigan, being of sound mind and memory, do
make, publish, and declare this our last will and testa-
ment, in the manner following, that is to say:
To all 12-B girls, we gladly leave the fascinating
little curl on the forehead of our Class president,
NVe hope that half of the 12-A treasury doesn't leave
with Dave Casto.
Nedra Buyers, Lillian Mogge, Oscar Linse, Verda
Wentling, Merton Davis, Harold Davis, Elaine Mc-
Mullen, Eleanor Merkle, Frank Ruhl, John Douglas,
and Morton Levenson proudly leave with their Summa
Cum Laude's, and bequeath their brains to all 12-B
Ray Heimstadt joyfully leaves to all geography
students his complete hatred of said subject.
Louis Hoagland and Ruth Kilpatrick leave their
almost Siamese-twin reputation to Margaret Knisel
and Marian Krehl.
Don Sprague's studious brief-case is duely be-
queathed to Dave Nelles.
Phylis Carlson most regretfully leaves her dancing
partner, Bob Ringel.
The glib over-worked tongue of Harold Davis is just
left, and may no one ever find it.
Lorenzo Severnor, Louise Breuhan, Earle Mott,
Dolly Bloor, Louise Carrol, Emma Coleman, and
Maxine Murphy will soon leave school for the first
Irene Meyer and Dorothy Gapske bequeath their
blond locks to Tenho Sihmonen.
Howard llfindsor, Morton Levenson, and Merton
Davis leave their many oratorical powers to LeRoy
Lucille Chambers leaves to settle down ? ??? ???
Frank Ruhl leaves his graceful diving in the minds
of all who have seen him.
To Colleen Sudckum, .lean Folkmire bequeaths her
winning ways with the male population of North-
Ted Hart and Dale WVhitchurse leave their height
in the clouds.
XViln1a McDonough leaves her bashful ways behind
for anyone who cares to pick them up and resolves
to be more self-confident.
All those with Cu Laude Diplomas leave with
honors and bequeath their outstanding ability to all
Lucille Finkbeiner leaves under the desk all the gum
she was caught chewing in Mr. O'Brien's class with
the hope that the lucky, person finding it will enjoy it
as much as she had.
Margaret Brelsford leaves her boyish attire and
hearty handshake to all sissies.
The good luck of securing caps and gowns is left
to the next graduating class. tMay their debates in
English class be as effective as ourslj
Janet Tainsh, Marjorie Dicks and Jean Folkmire
leave the brain-wrecking job of composing the next
Class day will to whoever wants it.
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JANUARY CLASS COMMITTEES
Social: Lillian Mogge, chairman, VVilliam
Briggs, Raymond Heimstadt, Wlarner Press-
man, Lucille Finklmeiner, Ruth Kilpatrick,
LaVoca Matthews, Ruth Taylor.
Class Daly: Theodore Hart, Chairman, Helen
Bell, Marjorie Dicks, Vvllllla McDonough,
Janet Tainsh, Harold Davis, Raymond Madi-
son, Richard lVilkinson.
Dues: David Casio, chairmang Moira Byron,
Lois Hoagland, Norma Schening, Bethany
Unseld, Merton Davis, Jack Lewis, lVillian1
Ross, Harry lVilliams.
ooationnl.' Earle Mott, chairman: Louise
Breuhan, Irene Meyer, Helen Renswiek,
Verda lVentling, Joh11 Douglas, Morton
Levenson, Don Sprague.
Color: Margaret Brefsford, chairman, Mary
Basso, June Heath, George Flint.
Luncheon: Nedra Buyers, chairman, Joan
Garrett, Roberta Keppel, Phylisia Stewart,
Wanda lllilliams, Robert Buell, .Ioseph Hill,
Jlieniorfial: Betty Faunce, chairman, Elaine
McMullen, Eileen Sehening, Connie Taylor,
James Davis, Robert Henry, William Rorick.
C0lI?Hlf'll'00lll0l7ff Roy Strain, chairman, Phyllis
Carlson, Marguerite Cooper, William Gross,
Harold Moran, John Turos.
Motto: Osear Linse, chairman: Dorothy
Buehta, Dale lVhiteherse.
ross: Jean Folkmire, chairman, Shirle
Merc-kel, Elizabeth Ross
Persons rem-eiving Sixu Alix Finn I,,xl'm+: llirron xs
ll. of M. Plaque-
S1'i:nnN'r Conseil, Awami
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