Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School - Quill Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1938

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W I L S O N Q U I LL "Av AND "B" HONOR ROLL The following pupils have been on either the "Av Honor Roll once since September, 1937 or on tl B Honor Roll three times since September, 1937: Abcn, Alexander, M. Altholf, W. Antis, D. Arnold, D. Arnold, M. Baghdoian, I. Bailey, L. Balsden, D. Bartlett, B. Baruch, C. Baslsden, D. Baulton, M. Baumbach, P. Beltz, G. Berry, Binder, H. Blanchetti, M. Botke, B. Bridwell, A. M . Briley, Campbell, Chall, Chase, P. Cherry, R. Christman, N. L. Church, R. Colley, C. Cole, B. Compeau, Connell, B. Cooper, R. Cottinghain, Cunov, R. Czalco, E. Dalton, D. Davy, S. Dawney, W. Demeter, I. Dennis, R. Drum, E. Drum, R. Engel, A. Evans, R. Ewald, B. Favio, R. M. Fazekas, G. Ferris, C. Ferris, G. Fiedler, W. Fisher, Fitzgerald, F. Gambrell, E. Ganos, T. Gentile, M. Gholdaian, A. Gibbons, V. Goerke, I-I. Goll, S. Gowe, Gow, D. Graham, C. Green, G. Grieme, V. Gyorfy, I. I-Iamborsky, P. I-Iarpootian, I-Iawkin, B. I-Ieise, E. Hogan, B. I-Iotchkiss, G. Hoyer, N. Jenkins, B. Jones, R. Kachigan, L. Karnafil, A. Keteyian, A. Kirby, L. Kochigan, I. Kochoian, I. Korlcigian, I. Kovach, A. Kucen, E. Langley, S. Lemon, L. Lindow, E. Lithgow, E. Loring, P. lVlaine, Marlow, R. Maseth, V. Matty, M. McBride, M. McIntosh, D. Megrdichian, O. Mitchell, A. Moldorian, M. Morris, M. Murray, I. Murray, K. Murray, R. Nasutovich, A. 29 Neal, N. Noel, B. Oke, B. Oppelz, M. Osborne, Y. Peitsch, G. Peonski, E. Peterson, G. Peterson, Predhome, R. Ray, S. Rebholz, B. Ricketts, R. Rissman, R. Roach, B. Robinson, E. Roselle, A. Rosnyai, W. Rossi, C. Sanders, E. Schane, S. Seroves, W. Seitz, Shore, M. Simoncig, C. Smith, L. Smith, M. Soth, I. Steve, G. Swords, M. Tersinar, V. Thibeau, Torok, N. Toth, A. Tousley, N. Van I-Ioten, M. Verderbar, D. Vickers, R. Vielmo, R. Voden, C. Walker, B. Watson, M. Wenzel, V. Wilson, M. Wintergerst, H Wolosky, T. Wood, G. Woods, E. Wunderli, B. Zicli, M.

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Althoff, Winifred Androse, Elizabeth Balogh, Danny Barchanian, John Bartlett, Betty Beck, Geraldine Belskas, Peter Beney, Sam Beretta, Rena Binder, Robert Boulton, Margaret Boyd, Donald Brazitis, Alice Burr, Leonard Caldwell, Ann Campbell, June Carls, Virginia Casoris, Yola Charette, Cecil Cherry, Ronald Church, Ralph Clark, Billy Cobane, Orrin Cook, Walter Cscircsu, Louis Cunov, Robert Czako, Ethel Day, Dolores De Angelo, Philmen Demeter, Irene Demeter, Lawrence Drum, Elsie Engel, Albert Fassett, Robert Fazekas, Goldie Ferris, Charlotte Ferris, Gordon Friedrich, Andrew Garrett, Violet Garrison, Wilbert Gentile, Marie 193 8 PERFECT ATTENDANCE Gerogosian, Armin Gholdian, Alice Godoshian, Tony Grunas, Vincent Gyori, Irene Hachigian, Simon Haclco, John Harpootian, Julia Havican, Shirley Heise, Emma Hoffxnan, Lilas Horvath, Helen Jeffrey, Jimmy Jehle, Raymond Johnston, James Johnson, Charlotte Jones, Ruby Joy, Mary Jane Juchartz, Alfred Kachigan, Louise Karakashian, Karnig Karkasian, Rose Kecslcemeti, Charles Kecskemeti, Paul Kerstein, Violet Keteyian, Albert Kezelian, Jack King, Edward Klanauskas, Stanley Knop, Thomas Kogelman, Joseph Korkigian, Roxie Kotar, Angeline Kulow, Myrtle Kuschel, Warren Lakatos, Steve Lamp, Robert Lange, Betty Jean Larry, Theresa Latti, Augusta Leibold, Clara Lesnik, Rudolph Levantrosser, William Livermore, Orson Locker, Frank Magy, Frank Martin, Margaret Mays, Eldon Mazmanian, Alice McBride, Martha McClain, Kenneth McConnell, Marian McNally, Eileen McNally, John Meyers, Mary Miller, Beatrice Miller, Julia Montroy, Floyd Mooney, Raymond Munck, Donald Murray, Irene Napolitan, Alfred Neli, Anna Mae Nixon, Robert Noel, Milton Pecsenye, Joseph Peterson, John Petro, Helen Pokol, Sara Praetorius, Rita Rafaile, Sam Ramm, William Rennhak, Esther Ricketts, Jean Ritchie, Arthur Robertson, Charlotte Romberger, Frank Sadler, Anna Lou Sauve, Betty Schack, Theodore Schane, Shirley Schavo, Dolores Schefsky, Frederick Schumacher, Robert Schumper, Marian Sebastian, Olive Seitz, June Sennett, Mack Setzke, Ethel Shepherd, Earl Sheridan, Ilah Shier, Mary Jane Simikian, Rose Simon, Robert Siroonian, Charles Smigulec, Mike Sohegian, Kirneg Steve, George Stevens, William Stuart, Edward Supplee, Helen Swenders, Charles Szabari, Sarah Tabbert, Melvin Tancock, Shirley Tarjany, John Toth, Anna Totten, Richard Verderbar, Daniel Volstromer, Albert Wajay, Lillian Walker, Betty Wallace, Dorothy Watson, Charles Wilson, Mildred Wizinsky, Bernice Wolosky, Anthony Wootke, Robert Wray, Robert Yeglic, Joseph Young, Wilha Zakar, Andy Ziroll, Howard WAYNE Janice Hoot Helen Quinif Jack Nichols Beverly Gildea Harry Blau Helen Edgar Eva Borgers Jennie Robinson Jean Houghton Frederick Hyde WILSON GRADUATES IN COLLEGE Eleanor Reid Patricia Doyle Edwin Gaiefsky Robert Nelson Joseph Matlock Alex Edgar Elizabeth Edgar Stella Shivickas Arthur Baetz Harold Baetz Eugene Abright Marian Bradley John Vanier Betty West Mary Carolyn Harms Jessie Manuel Alice Berthold Marian Cunov Carl Cunov George Galdonyi Paul Huyck Elsie Louis OBERLIN Albert Pfaller WALSH INSTITUTE James Eckmeter Wilbur McClain WESTMINISTER Robert McDonald DETROIT SCHOOL OF LAW George Elkouri MASSANUGGEN ACADEMY Harold Hershey Norman Hershey OLIVET Beth Ridley YPSILANTI Fred Swaliord MARYGROVE Katherine Morse Janet Morrison DETROIT SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY Donald DeBrodt Robert Lytle ALMA Eleanor Cotton WABASH Dwight I-Iamborsky 28 Joseph Bogdan Dorothy Lytle Marian Davenport Charles Davenport Charles Keller Dwight Brooks Mildred Vinson Orland Graham Rosalie Beltz Bernard Wiesberg Alberta Bennett UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT John Nuber William Rostrum Bill Kerr MICHIGAN STATE Arthur Woods Mary McCormick Art Jellirey Leo Sobel Clyde Randall Thomas Pence UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Stilson Ashe



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1 9 3 8 DO YOU KNOW THAT? Nine students had at least one report card marking that was an all A one this semester. In 8B-308, Alfred Juchartz, Marili Baske, William Levansrrosser, James Neubacker, and George Steve have this record. The others are Norma Hayes, 7A-3029 Nellie Hoyer, 9A-322, Georgina Keaton, 9B-2203 and Harvey Weisberg, 9B-220. :r ek ae The following 9A's have had a perfect attendance record since they entered Wilson School in the 7B grade, Olive Sebastian, Lillian Wajay, Yola Casoris, Ethel Czako, Betty Walker, Ann Caldwell, Goldie Fazekas, Irene Gyori, and Elizabeth Androse. ak :if sr Catherine Coffey is a member of the Coffey Trio heard over radio station WJBK. at ge 13: Dorothy Turner was chosen to play the French horn with the All City Orchestra at the Music Convention in St. Louis, 4: at :sf Errol Smith and Virginia Bozich were two of the 250 piano players at the festival in the Coliseum. Donald Dil- lard and Alfred Juchartz were two heralds at the same program. Our enrollment is 1340. Ii! tl! 314 About 300 pupils will take part in the Spring Musicale. it wk at The flowers, blooming especially for the Musicale, were made by Muriel Matteson. :r at at The lunchroom has served 1194 students in one day. ek if Ik It is the aim of the lunchroom manager to serve a well-balanced menu of wholesome foods as a twelve cent special. These menus are published a week in advance. A popular twelve cent special is: Vegetable meat loaf-White bread sandwich-Milk-Chocolate pudding. at ek wk The library circulates on the average of 85 fiction and 55 non-fiction books a day. There is a framed letter in the library signed by the late Woodrow Wilson thanking the Board of Education for the compliment paid him in the naming of the Woodrow Wilson School. at af 44 Rooms 203 and 220 have won the attendance banner three times during this school year. 1: at ft Ernest Fraley of room 202 and Irene Hanusi of room 207 solicited the most advertising for the Quill. ll! Ulf wk Jack Mundell, Richard Irvine, Marion DiVeta, Harry Schultz, Robert Marlow, and J. W. Segroves organized their own orchestra which plays at functions in the neighborhood. ig: as 4: Muriel Matteson of room 308 is the only girl enrolled in the machine shop classes. She is interested in aviation and expects to take that up as her vocation, ek wk at Two faculty members have the distinction of having taught in the Wilson School since it was first opened. Mrs. Wiebe has never missed a day of school in her 7M years as a teacher at Wilson. :ze ek W Henry Goerke, in competition with pupils of the Cass Technical High School, won honorable mention for his Christ- mas seal poster. a: ae ek Some of the ninth grade girls are so interested in Gerzrvieve Gerlrude that they are willing to spend time after school reading about her. as 14: :if Russell Trominski and Dick Potvin are to attend the C. M. T. C. at Camp Custer for the summer. as 1: Boy Scout Troop 177, which includes a number of Wilson boys, won third place in the Merit Badge Show in Con- vention Hall. :ll 42 PF Although we have no gym, the following boys are entering the Decathlon Meetg Robert Varos, John Williamson, james Ridley, Willard Peterson, Floyd Thomas, Edward Michaelson, Thomas Knap, Russell Harriman, Charles Balkus, Louis Conti, Mike Smigulec, Richard Burke, Harry Narsisian, George Sabagian, Frank Nagy, and Joe Larsen. The Quill Advertising Program had on it a song with words written by Marili Baske, Marcelaine Pearce, and Errol Smith. The cheers on the same program were enthusiastically led by Jack Briley. wk vt 4: john Rogers and Mable Bacon had parts in Rip Van Win lele which was presented to the students by a group of pro- fessional players. se ek Gerhard Peitsch of room 309 spent 4 months of last year visiting relatives in Germany. Pi' ae :r Shirley Ray had a vacation of two weeks in Florida during the month of February. wk at :t The book display rack in the library, a memorial gift of the January class, and the director's stand, the gift of the June class, were made by Mr. Pozzini. 30

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