High-Resolution, Full Color Images Available Online
Search, Browse, Read, and Print Yearbook Pages
View College, High School, and Military Yearbooks
Browse our digital annual library spanning centuries
Support the Schools in our Program by Subscribing
Page 16 text:
OLIVE WELPLY DORTHEA SHAFFER MARTHA SNAIAR LEILA VYALTERS
HARDING HALLOWAY CHARLES KETTERER V L MELTON ROGER LUMLEY
jANE AUQTEN HOUSE
Under the frlendly gu1dance of Mrs E T Watson lane Austen House durrng the
last year has had a record of wh1ch any house m1ght be proud The many commlttees
have done splendld work for the house The program commlttee arranged several novel
programs the art and house commlttee members have succeeded ln addlng beauty to
the room and the soc1al commlttee has carrred off our house partres Wllh a bang
Every member rn Iane Austen has been actwely rnterested 1n the work and play of
the house There has been a spurt 1n scholarshlp many of the grrls have part1c1pated
1n athletlcs and debatlng and there has been an all around lnterest IH soc1al events
The ofhcers for the fall term under the able leadershtp of Presldent Ol1ve Welply
were Dorothea Schaffer v1ce presrdent Betty Scott secretary Lella Walters treasurer
In the Spflng Martha Snalar presldent Lerla Walters VICE presldent Barbara Scully
secretary Galer Ward treasurer
Roosevelt House was establlshed ln September 1918 In the fall of 1919 Mr M D
Ierome succeeded Mr Burgess as Counselor and for the past twenty one years has
Ho e 1S the proud possessor of numerous trophles many of whlch were won under the
rendered most efhclent servlce endearmg h1mself to each succeedlng class Roosevelt
gu1dance of Mr Carl VanDyke durxng the n1ne years he was coach of Roosevelt House
The House IS lndebted to Mr Ierome ofr h1s large and cholce selectlon of plants that lend
an atmosphere of sunshlne on the cloudlest days Thrs year belng no exceptlon
Foosevelt House honor roll IS the largest of any boys house It has always been well
represented 1n the act1v1t1es of the school
Durlng the spr1ng semester the House operated under 1ts two otfrcers W L Melton
and Roger Lumley who succeeded Hardrng Holloway and Charles Ketterer ofhcers
dur1ng the fall semester
- . . . . ,
, . .
. . . - - u fl
, . .
. , '
- I ' 1 1 1 I -
1 1 I 1 ' 1 I
1 1 -
, . , . . .
- 1 1 ' 1
V' . .
- 1 1
, . .
Page 15 text:
MARGARET FRAZER HELEN BAKER NE ANN CLOSSEN MARHA ALLEN
MT. VERNON 1
MILDRED OTTO RACHEL OTTODI IO HORNING G HEATH
MT VERNON CALENDAR
September 1939 We return to renew old tr1endsl11ps and acqulre new ones Peg
Fraser becomes house presldent
October 1939 We go out for tall hockey
November 1939 Brunrnrng Thanksgwrng basl-'ets are d1str1buted
December 1939 Fa h1on show and hall dance successful Sale ot Chrlstmas seals
started Chrrstmas vacatlon and do we need 1t
January 1940 l2 A s graduate We mlss them Iane Ann Closson becomes presr
dent Rrta Garcla recelves Wayne Unlverslty scholarsh1p
February 1940 Ne1v 10 B s welcomed George Wash1ngton party and hall dance
March 1940 Annual sale ot Easter seals Easter vacatlon Oh Boy'
Anrrl 1940 Sprlng at last and mld semesters
May 1940 12 A s all agog ant1c1pat1ng graduahor
lune 1940 l2 A s are graduated mxxed teellngs exultatlon and regret Sum
mer vacatlon Ah h h h'
BETSY ROSS HOUSF
Betsy Ross House ends another year under the superv1s1on of M1ss Vera Fox Cound
selor Otfrcers for the fall and sprmg terms respectlvely were Presrdents Mlldred Otto
Io Hormng v1ce presrdents Rae Ottat1 Peg Heath ecretarles Beth Klng R1ta Iugaszek
and treasurers Keneko Slsters Hope Hampton House programs and themes were pro
vlded by Bette MGll1Ce and Iean Mallory
The annual House Party planned by Connle Nalley and teaturlng a style show was
held lust before Easter At Thanksglvmg and Chrlstmas tlmes baskets of food were d1s
trlbuted and the annual sale of hollday seals wa unusually large The publlcatlon of
the house paper The Nutshell was contlnued through the sale of Northwestern sports
Many g1rls achreved school Wlde d1st1nct1on notably M1ldred Otto Ianuary celeb
and class vlce presldent Pat McKn1ght captaln of sw1mm1ng Io Hornlng captaln of
basketball Barbara Handel co captaln of held hockey Dorothy Iohnson Mary Maloney
Halene Hartman and Ruth Mlller
, 1 . . .
, -' .
, -1 . .
, -'- :s . . .
1 . .
1 W' - 1 - '-
1 . . . .
, ' . . . -- , .
, 1 ' ' .
1 . . . .
1 1' 1..
1 . . .
1 1 . 1 T . . Q '
. .1 1 . , ,
. - . . - Q . . . I
1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1
I I ' -
, a .
n 11 -
I I 5
. . . . . . . H ,,
' 1 1 1
' 1 I - 1 1
1 I ' I 1 f
Page 17 text:
MARGARET SKALSKI IEAN COOK PEGGY WILLIAMS CHRISTINE KANTGIAS
BILL SHUPERT NOBLE WRATHER CHRIS SLATER IOE SNAIAR
HFI EN KELLER HOUSE
Establlshed ln the tall of l93U th1s year marks the tenth annlversady of Helen Keller
House Thls all commerclal g1rls house has s1nce 1ts orgamzatron had the supervrsron
of Mlss S A Clough present Counselor Its members have always been act1ve ln school
QCIIVIIIGS and 1n g1rls sports They have stood cons1stently hlgh ln scholarsh1p and
among 1ts graduates are numbered many well known busmess women 1n Detro1t and
outslde Named tor the greatly beloved Helen Keller who stands as an mspzratron tor
all each year on Helen Kellers brrthday a program IS presented dealmg w1th her hte
Other programs of var1ed character deahng usually w1th problems whlch the bus1ness
g1rl must face are presented durlng record perlods
Offrcers for the fall term were Margaret Skalskl pres1dent Iean Cook V1C9 presr
dent Mlldred Ross secretary and Norma Kennedy treasurer Sprlng term ollrcers were
and Mary Zafras tr asurer
Let us have ta1th that rlght makes m1ght and 1n that lalth let us dare to do our
duty as we understand 1t
TIIIS was on ot Abraham I..1ncolns mottos now the motto ot Llncoln House Mr
Stoll behevlng rn those hnes tr1es always to 1n1ec the1r sp1r1t mto the boys ol 226
In addrtron to the truth ot thts motto the fellows davly have Mr Stoll s stxrrlng talks
always beI1eI1C1CIl to students and graduates alrke Carrylng out these hlgh ldeals are
the capable house ofhcers Chr1s Slater presldent Ioseph B Snalar v1ce presldent and
Norman Stone secretary all followlng the hlgh examples set by the1r predecessors
W1ll1am Shupert and Noble Wrather and aldmg Llncoln House to rnarntam 1IS envlable
reputation 1n the school
Th1s Iune and August seventy elght boys w1ll graduate from Llncoln House to 1o1n
thelr predecessors ln carryrng the sp1r1t ot r1ght makes mlght Jnto all thelr helds ol
f 7 '
-I I .I . i I . - .-
1 , : , - . ' ' :
Peggy W1ll1ams, presidentg Christine Kantgias, vice-presidentp Bess Shreve, secretaryp
, e .
. D . , .
- , . .
. I . I . 2 I . I . - . 2
u . . 1 u lx s - A- 11 . n n
Suggestions in the Northwestern High School - Norwester Yearbook (Detroit, MI) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.