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Page 28 text:
The one hundred six members of the Service Club are divided into two squads. One squad consists
of 9A pupils whose duty it is to advise the boys and girls regarding the kind of conduct that is expected
of them in the halls. They assist at the opening and the closing of school and at the passing of the lines
between classes. The other squad is taken from the fourth hour auditorium classg it is the duty of this
group to assist in the supervision of hall order during the lunch period.
To qualify for membership in the club- a pupil must have a record of high citizenship marks and a
good scholarship record. I-ie must come highly recommended by his teachers who have found him to
be reliable and co-operative.
Fourth-hour service: Hourly service:
Bernadine Hogan Robert Lenden
Nadine Meadows Mary Calley
Page 27 text:
The following people have attained the high honor of being on the "Av Honor Roll four or five
times since September, 1937:
B. Bartlett, M. Baske, A. Caldwell, C. Coffey, R. Deitsch, M. Edgar, E. Ferrans, M. Gentile, D. Graden, D. Grau-
sam, N. Hayse, N. Hoyer, M. J. joy, A. juchartz, G. Keaton, S. Kelly, B. J. Lange, R. Lesnik, W. Levantrosser
L. McCarter, M. Morris, J. Newbacher, C. Nowlin, G. Peterson, V. Roy, D. Sarandrea, D. Schwartz, V. Stenton,
D. Turner, M. Van Hoten, M. Watson, H. Weisbcrg, R. Wray.
The Wilson Band is another music group directed by Mr. Mann. These boys and girls have found
a place for service in the activities of the school and have played for many programs. They are always
well received. Each semester the standards for the band have been raised, and the players give willing-
ly of their time to practice each Tuesday and Wednesday morning before school, and during the fourth
period three times a week.
Clarinels: Marion DiVcta, Alfred Ross, William Levantrosser, Joe Attard, Ray Balcom, Junior Fraley, Roy NVilscn,
Douglas Lutz, Ray Donn.
Comets: jack Mundell, Harvey Weisberg, jack Thibeau, Alfred Juchartz, John Racli.
Tromlzonesz Harry Shultz, Harvey Newton, George Steve, Robert Bricker.
Horny: Dorothy Tumor, Shirley Kelley, Louise Kachigan.
Ban: Robert Marlow fwindj, June Campbell Qstringsj.
Saxoplmncs: John Peterson, Ruth Deitsch.
Fluffy: Virginia Anderson, Marie Gentile.
Drums: Richard Irvine, George Gonzalez, Jerry Beach, Alex Allen.
Baritoner: John Bartlett, Stanley Polniclcy, James Marsh.
Page 29 text:
The purpose of the Press Club is to gather news and write articles about all of the outstanding ac-
tivities of the school.
During the past year the representatives of the various homerooms have improved their work in the
Press Club. The reports are more interesting and have better composition and the spelling is improved.
The "Wilson School Column" in the Detroit Westward is eagerly looked forward to, each Friday
morning, by both parents and pupils. ,
We appreciate the generosity of this paper as a medium which brings the school in closer contact
with the community. By GEORGINA KEARsoN, 9B-220
GERALDINE BECK Preridcnl MARY CALLY , Secrelary GEZELLA TARR . Treasurer ARTHUR CRONK . Sponsor
Geraldine Beck Franlc Romberger Gezella Tarr Mary Ann Kennedy
Mary Callcy Marie Swenders Wanda Barringer Betty Lange
Alice Gholdoian Rosemary Bator Eldon Mays Elaine Mayotte
Bernice Iscnberg Grace Green Osanna Megroichian Catherine MacLean
Antoinette Karnahl Ella Horvath Errol Smith Betty Noel
Irene Murray Margaret Nemeth Bernice Wizinsky Gwendolyn Wood
jean Abcn Ross Smith Robert Wohrman Steve George
Charles Ballcus Marilyn Steege Charles Graham Helen Kulow
I LIBRARY STAFF
Membership in the Library Staff has been drawn largely from 9B-220, as that class has its home-
room in the library.
The purpose of a staff of pupil assistants is to give help to pupils in locating books, to stamp books
for home circulation and to check returned hooks before putting them in the proper places in the
The members feel that they are repaid for their services to the school by the fund of knowledge
acquired about the library and its tools as they assist in this work.
Gernith Beltz Dolores Graden Lois Lemon Doris Sarandrea Gave Hoag Frank Kukla
Jeanette Fisher Olga Gulyas Virginia Lennig Elinor Sweaney Ralph Borreman Milton Noel
june Fraites Georgina Keaton Shirley O'Brien Betty Dobbins Jack Dawson Irene Gyorfy
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