Northwestern High School - Norwester Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1962
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E B r LETTER FROM A GRADUATE Dear Sam: I passed the school today and from the distance Caught a quick impression of red cap and jacket On the same familiar steps that led me in a boy And led me out in some degree of manhood. And I thought how right it was to see you there. You know how years stretch out and one puts off the telling Of something said that changed a life ' s direction. But seeing you again, I tell you now. I remember how you kicked us and how you loved us With the same ferocious vigor, And how proud we were to be Sam ' s boys. Even when you melted us with shame When we lost a game we should have won. You used to say: " Play hard to win. You didn ' t practice for defeat. You didn ' t crawl and hit and fall and rise To be losers. Play fair; play clean; But win! " And when we only tied the championship We should have won, you scowled and yelled And told us we wouldn ' t make the Hall of Fame that year. And we didn ' t. Dissatisfied with mediocrity. Angry with any who produced less than his best. You were the coach of stars whose winning fire Proclaimed the faith you had in them. The goals you made them strive for: Forest Evashevski, Charlie Pink, Willis Ward, Dave Nelson, Bill Heston. " Snitz " Ross, Stanley Fay, Ernie McCoy, And all the others. I have carried you with me all these years. And I thought I ought to tell you That many near-defeats I didn ' t have to yield to Since then have turned to victory Because you always said: " You didn ' t play to lose. Naomi Madgett BILLY HESTON Courtesy of the Detroit Free Press Billy Heston whose father established a record as ALL TIME ALL AMERICAN, carried on the family tradition in sports by achieving captaincy of the 1926 Champion Football Team which scored 120 to 2 points and an unscored goal line. Subsequently, he made the All City and Ail State rating. We are proud to present his record in our dedication of this book to Sam Bishop. WILLIS WARD Courtesy of the Detroit Free Press In 1931, Willis Ward enjoyed the distinction of holding the worfd ' s indoor High Jump Record of 7 feet, 7 inches at the City Meet for High School competition. In addition, he won the All City and All State End in Football. This success continued at the University of Michigan with achieve- ments of three letters in Football and Track. Northwestern is happy to recognize the tremendous example of what real vision, effort and ideals can accomplish as a result of phenomenal persev- erance in the face of any obstacles. Today, Willis Ward enjoys an equally fifie reputation in the practice of law. Mr. Arthur Diekoff, Principal Ann Leslie, Assistant Principal Emily Stern, Assistant Principal Irving Goldman Clarissa Vyn Adminstrative Counselor Robert Goxem Eleanor Jones c o u N s E L O R S Walter O ' Nei Norman Price Patrick Sullivan JohnWaidley 1« JOHN HACKETT Courtesy of the Detroit Free Press John Hackett, another one of Mr. Bishop ' s boys, also made a note-worthy record which includ- ed winning placement on the All City and All State Championship in Football and Midwest Diving Championship in 1927. While he was Captain of the University oif Detroit Football Team, he as selected for All American Honors. After college graduation, he promoted the Goodfellows Foot- ball Contest now 33 years old. He has served as a Coach of winning teams at Wayne University, Catholic Central and Lawrence Tech. After returning to Northwestern to serve on the faculty for nine years, he was transfered to Ford High School. DAVID M. NELSON Courtesy of the Detroit Free Press David Nelson, author of " Wing T " , Athletic Director of an undefeated team at Hillsdale, Harvard Coach and now Athletic Director at the University of Delaware, pays the following tribute: " I have never met a person in the coaching profession who has the ability to stimulate the interest of young people in athletics that Mr. Bishop is able to do. Those of us who had the privilege and pleasure of playing for Coach Bishop have found that he is one of the most remark- able men— in our educational pursuits ' Charles Davis, Head of the English Department Ida Barr James Boyer Elizabeth Aprahamian Saul Bachner Theressa Brinson Harry Brown Ora Burgess Tillie Burke Edna Jackson Esther Kennedy Naomi Madgett 10 Eula Cutt, Assistant Head of the English Department Vide Mc Clelland Barbara Moore Verona Morton Bernadette Nentwick John Perry June Seese Geneva Smitherman Ogust Stewart Stanley Stone Gerald Szymanski Alexander Velosco Allison Kunkel, Head of the Mathematics Department John Barrance Lillian Brown Jane Guinan Ann Holley Lillian Humphrey Mildred Leonard Lois Macon Herzl Shur Gladys Stewart Jewell Yarbrough 12 Norman Williams, Head of the Science Department Ann Adams Naomi Collins Charles Dobbs Raven Elliott Bev V. Hamlar Fern Lucas Helen O ' Connor Ann Reed Herbert Tabor Donald Thomas Michael Turko j mS9 r " . 13 Sam Bishop, Head of the Boys ' Physical Education Department Prudentia Carty, Head of the Girls ' Physical Education Department Betty Boyce Mildred Dunn Velda Grant Edythe Martin Thomas Hendricks Walter Owens Frederick Snowden William Hellstein, Head of the Fine Arts Department Straucy Edwards Eugene Whitehorn Thomas Zarro 14 Albert Losey, Head of the Vocational Department Mildred Hopper Li Hie Lee Jones Ethel Metzger Roy Morgan Patricia O ' Connor Robert Pugs ley Mary Smith Bessie Stamps Lorraine Staples Julyn Steinbeck Carlton Taylor Gayle Teerman Edward Tyler 15 Paul Glover, Head of the Social Studies Department Helen Bauer John Dobbs Loretta Jones Archie LaMont Lily Lampinen Francis Monico Morris Rose Ernest Smith Dorsey Walker John Warren Roosevelt Wise 16 Gerald Cox, Head of the Business Education Department Mary Adams Catherine Barbey Irma Craft Eleanor Crise Nina Gates Ray Hunter Helen Kane George Kargilis Doris Mason Moses Petty 17 Irene Rostik, Teacher for Sight Saving Students Frances Lee, Librarian Richard Sunday, Special Education Bruce Morey, Special Education Lewis Jeffries, Attendance Teacher John Battersby, Resource Teacher Marilyn Bergstrom, Accompanist Michele Mulligan, Accompanist Paul Beauvais, Technician ROTC INSTRUCTORS Sgt. James Tasker Sgt. Stanley Felton 18 OFFICE STAFF Seated: Grace McTyre; Left to Right: Tina Snell, Evelyn Kennard, Ruth Lange, Nelle Kinsler, Doris Pryor, Marie Ivory, GOOD FRIENDS TO ALL Left to Right: Dorothy Wilson, Willie Lewis, David Young, Wilia Allen, James Hickey WILLIAM KENNEDY Bill Kennedy, a member of the 1937 West Side Championship team, attended Michigan State and played with the El-Toro Marines, The United States Service Champions. Following his membership on the Detroit Lions Team, he chose High School coaching as a carreer. 20 E N I O R Mr. Bishop as a student at Notre Dame Coaching School Courtesy of The Detroit News 21 f h sl Betty Archer Dorothy Archer Beatrice Bembry Venida Brown Lodiska Burney Betty Burr Emma Alexander Ronald Allen David Alston 22 Ora Cain Thornton Caldwell Carol Card Michael Crawford Carol Crook Joseph Curry Lawrence Day Joyce Delaney Josephine Denson Larry Carr Barbara Casterlow Gertrude Coleman Frazier Dancy Betty Darden Bernadine Davis Richard Dickerson Mary Douglass Patricia Farmer »:::! @ 23 Judith Green Martha Green Vernell Griffin William Harper James Harris Robert Lee Harris Joanne Holt Joan Hunt Carl Jackson Mamie Gooden Marion Grayson Ingrid Green Randall Griggs Charlotte Grigsby Jerry Hardy Larry Harrison Myrtis Harvey Glenna Hicks 24 Charles E. Jackson Dorothynell Jackson Peggy A. Jackson w-«- « ■ Cassandra Jones Delores Jones Ellen Jones Glenn Lee Endiak Lockett Elaine Lyons Wm Rosemary Jefferson Leila Johnson Phyllis Johnson Novella Jones Joyce Kendricks Carl Lee Freeman Lyons Charlotte McCoy Id lla Mahome 25 Thelma Mi Hedge Velma Milledge Clara Mi Her QuenzeHa Moore Lionel Mulkey Richard Overton Juanita Phillips Fannie Plump Ralph Pritchett Barbara Malone Walter Maxwell Floyd Mayo Joe Ann Miller Margie Mitchell Nettie Mitchell Richard Pauling Ivory Pearsall Horace Phillips 26 Harold Redmond Leonard Rhodes Alphonso Riley Teresa Ryan Geraldine Scott Nathaniel Robinson Sandra Robinson Claudia Ross Morris Scott Moses Skelton Aaron Smith Robert Sterrett A. Stanley Taylor Dollie Taylor 27 Leslie Thomas Donna Thompson Ruth A. Thrash Vincent Thurman Marion Tookes Barbara Townsend JANUARY CELEBS Left to Right, First Row: M. Harvey, C. McCoy, G. West, M. Tookes. Second Row: P. Johnson, B. Yancey, G. Le« S. Wright, C. Wynn. Third Row: F. Plump, C. Millec, F. Brown, I. Green, J. Harris, M. Williams 28 Delores Walker Gloria West Marvin Williams Gerald Wilson Shirley Wright Cordia Wynn Minnie Williams Robert Williams Ernestine Wilson OPEN HOUSE _eft to Right, V. Brown, C. Mc Coy, V. Millege, T. Millege, J. A. filler, J. Kendricks, M. Harvey. Bobbie Yancey 29 JUNE CLASS Class Motto " The secret of ' success in constancy of purpose. " Disraeli Class Colors Red and Grey Class President 3il ly Leach Class Vice President Ulysses Newkirk Class Secretary Alice Grant Class Treasurer Mary Stinson JANUARY CLASS Class Motto " To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield " Tennyson Class Colors 3rown and Gold Class President Frazier Brown Class Vice President James Harris SPADE CEREMONY Frazier Brown follows the old Northwestern tradition of presenting the spade that turned the first sod for the construction of Northwestern High School to Billy Leach. 31 Freeman Anderson Tommy Lee Andrews William Arnett Joe Ann Benn Billy Biggs Doris Bianton OIlie Vivian Brooks Ethel Brown Johnny Brown Elaine Adams Roy Adams Brenda Allen Mary Banks Lorenzo Bartley Minnie Bell Augustine Bowers Oscle Brantley Lillie Bray 32 Bi lly Buchanan Ralph Buchanan Minnie Lee Burkes Mary Cook Coleman Cooper Willie Cooper 33 Charlene Coward Carol Crawford Elma Crawford Dwight Curry Josephine Dade Caroline Davis Eugene Davis Robert Dawson Charles Deramus Jacqueline Dorsey Frances Durham Mary Durr Raymond Essex Joyce Favors Lillian Ferguson Moses Fielding Carmen Flowers Melvin Floyd 34 Paul France Edward Franklin James Frederick Ernest Gary Cami Ilia Goulden Evelyn Gibson Alice Grant Barbara Jean Gray Jeffery Gray Ann Fryer Jerry Gaines Patricia Garrett Lynda Gi Ibert Herbert Gillenwaters Rochelle Goldsmith Omie Gray Willie Greear Mary Ella Green 35 Pelham Griggs Barbara Hamilton Timothy Hamilton Jimmy Hammond Edd Amous Hankerson Gladys Hardwick Mary Harris Reginald Harris Warren Harris Willie Heath Charlesetta Hemingway Angelia Henderson Rosetta Hendricks John Hightower Sandra Hill Betty Hobbs Birdie Hogan George Holifield 36 Theotus Hoi lister Carolyn Holmes Mary Ann Hoskins Victor Humphries Paul Hurley Ronald Hurst Michael Jackson Charles James Michael James George Houston Beverly Howard Brenda Hughes Herman Hutson Robert jrvin Callie Jackson Barbara Jenkins Audrey Johnson Betty Johnson 37 Deloris Johnson John W. Johnson Judy Johnson Kathey Johnson Kenneth A. Johnson Kenneth M. Johnson Betty Kendricks Delores Keys Loretta Knighton 38 Robert Knighton Dorinthia Knowles Billy Leach Nancy Le Flore Charles Lester Louella Lewis David Lloyd Jewell Lockett Thelma Logan Thomas Malone Catherine Marion Luretha Marion Elaine Marshall Alexander Martin Grant Martin 39 Delois Mc Coy James Mc Cray Stanley Mc Neil James Moncrease Judy Moncure Annie Marie Moody William Neal Joyce Newborn Leroy Newkirk Johnnie Ruth Martin Pamela Mason Foy Mc Carty Pearl ine Mc Rae Lucile Mc Reynolds Daedra Mike Mary Morris Robert Morris Brenda Munson 40 Sandra Norman Joyce North Harry Nuttall Anthony Oden Nancy Oglesby Rennonnia Parks Henry Pearson Raymond Perry Jonnie Mae Perryman Ronald Rhoden Celeste Richmond Aurella Ridley JTh Julius Ray Bobby Jean Reddix Miriam Reid Lolita Rivers Thetus Roberts Clarence Robinson Jr. Clarence Jerome Robinson Gwendolyn Robinson Michael Robinson Roy Ross Barbara Sanford Mary Alice Scruggs Rosemary Shavers Sarah Simmons Larry Simon Doris Simpson Judy Sma Cassandra Smith Marva Smith Mary Jane Smith Phyllis Smith Margie Snorton Patricia Spann Cleathel Speach 42 Ray Spencer Margaret Stephens Marsha Sterrett Betty Sullivan William Sullivan Clyde Swan Mary Stinson Lonnie Stribling Russell Stringer Mable Thomas Mariea Thompkins Nathaniel Thompson Thomas Sweeney Geneva Tarrant Ceola Tatum Edith Tinsley Eva Tomlinson Gloria Townsend 43 Audrey Vaughn Beverly Vaughn Hedy Venoy Moxine Wallace Ronald Waller Shirley Walton Gloria Turner Maurice Turner Harold Upshow Elaine Walker Helen Walker Lila Walker Clarborn Ward Freddy Ward Alonzo Washington Stanley Washington Emily Watkins Jacquline Watkins 44 Princetta Watson Herbert Webster June Whaley Robert White Gerald Whitehead Merle Wiggins Leonard Williams Patricia Williams Rose Williams Don White Edward White Jesse White Betty Williams Doris Williams Kenneth Williams Sharon Williams Valarie Williams Andrew Wilson 45 Eddie Wilson Jacqueline Wi Ison Douglas Winbush Andrew Wood Patricia Young Sharon Youna Jo Ann Jones 46 Anderson, Clarence Austin, Shirley Barnes, Oilie Butler, Ruby Carlock, Harold Carr, James Coleman, Joyce Colter, Virdo Cuff, Dona Boggs, Donald Brooks, Johnnie Buchanan, Billy Chatfield, Claude Childress, Clifton City, Joan Daniels, Katie Davis, Harold Davis, Lawrefice 47 Betty Edwards Mary Fielder Ralph Ford William Gooisby Henry Graham Ruby Graham Lois Henderson Malcolm Herring Henry Howard C. S. Denson Dorothy Dismuke James Duchette Lonetta Franks Sally Gaymon Richard Gary Arthur Hadden James Harvey Melvin Herd 48 Rosemary Howard Robert Hudson Mary Hull Velma Latham Billy Lewis Jimmie Lewis Iris Mc Christian Winifred Mc Croskey Elizabeth Merri weather Joyce Ivey Joyce Jinking Bettie L. Johnson Tomm ' ie Lewis Mary Lumpkin George Lyons Alexander Miller Kenneth Miller Avonia Miles 49 Judy Norman Louise Palmer Jo Ann Perriman James Poole Danny Quinzy Donald Reed Yvonne Selden Harry Shaw Irene Simpson Beverly Mitchel Velma Mitchell Brenda Neal Aletha Perry Juanita Peterson Carolyn Pollard Frieda Reid William Rogers Jearden Ruff 50 Carolyn D. Smith Carolyn M. Smith Daniel Smith Jeanette Smith Joyce Talley Ronald Tote Johnnie A. Thomas Charles Turner Ronald Turner Harvey Turnley Mamie Turnley Lillian Tyner Janet Wade Percey Warmack Emogene Warren George Washington Jessie Mae White Lionel Williams 51 James Harris, Ingrid Green Selections for the Detroit Police Department Youth Award are based on character, loyalty, leadership, reliability, scholarship and school activities. mJM 52 Beverly Coleman Winner of the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Contest. 53 G G R E E D T W I I N S G H S E a S n d Mr. Patrick Sullivan After 35 years at Northwestern High School, Mr. Sullivan, our good friend and wise counselor, is join- ing the long list of faculty retirees who have given many years of distinguished service. Scores of stu- dents will miss the firm kind advise that stems from long experience. Under his guidance many a young person has learned to face the realities and responsibilities that come their way. He has taught his stu- dents to seek solutions not excuses. His sincerity and loyalty to Northwestern traditions have always been a source of inspiration to fellow teachers and youth alike. His remarkable sense of humor has en- deared him to his associates. It is with deep regret that we bid him farewell and with him go our best wishes for his happiness and good health. 54 GENEVA TARRANT Last June Girls ' State met in Ann Arbor where 360 high school girls from Michigan participated. Geneva Tarrant, a sixteen year old College Preparatory student who maintains a " B " average, was chosen to represent Northwestern High School. Girls ' State is operated and directed under the same system as the State of Michigan. The girls were divided into nineteen cities with twenty girls in each city. Officers were elected for local and state positions. The highest position was governor. Geneva was elected State Treasurer. During their ten day stay, the girls resided in the Mary Marker Hall. Here they were visited by many speakers who lectured on the importance of women in politics. Geneva, was active around Northwestern as a member of Student Council and the Science Club. She had this to say about her ex- perience: " It was very interesting and educational. It gives you a better understanding of and love for your country. " As a result of this honor, she will become a student counselor next fall at the University of Michigan. Thelma Milledge DON WHITE Don White was awarded the Y.M.C.A. Trophy for being a runner-up in the Basketball Tournament held during the holidays. According to Don, this distinction must be shared with other members of the team who served with equal devotion. Don was also selected by the Kiwanis Club and the Lions Club for the promotion of opportunities for deserving youth. Late in 1961, he was chosen to go to Lansing to ob- serve the Legislative processes at first hand. Another honor was bestowed upon him when it was his good fortune to be made the representative for the North- western High School Hi-Y in New York City for the pur- pose of studying the United Nations. N X 1 i 55 BOY ' S DAY COMMISSIONER OF MUNICIPAL PARKING Glenn Lee was chosen along with four other boys from Northwestern, to attend the Boy ' s Day Nomination Convention. The meeting was held on October 11, 1961 at the Veterans Memorial Building. The boys were selected because of their fine scholarship and leadership abilities. Every boy who attended the convention presented a platform offering suggestions for the improvement of our city ' s conditions. Candidates were chosen on the basis of their ideas. Glenn was appointed the Commissioner of Munic- ipal Parking. On October 25, 1961, the boys gathered for breakfast before starting the day ' s activities. After visiting the Mayor ' s office, Glenn was taken on a tour of the downtown underground parking lots by Mr. John Mc Gillis, his counterpart. Glenn has received an invitation to return for a visit with city officals, which he hopes to do in the near future. For his efforts, Glenn received a civic citation and a civic award. He was also delighted to be the recipient of a 1962 Impala— small scale model, that is. In addition to being an fjonor student, he belonged to the Science Club, The Future Teachers ' Club and the 12A committees. GLENN LEE R.O.T.C. boys take part in the competitive drills at Cass High School. Northwestern misses two fine girls! Regina Reed and Lendora Robinson. SOCIAL STUDIES CLUB Left to Right; First Row: J. Kinnebrew, D. White, J. Wilkerson, Mrs. Jones, Sponsor. Second Row: M. Pearcy, R. Blevins, W. Clark, E. Young, H. Jones, E. Love, V. Powell, B. Mc Dowel!. STUDENT COUNCIL 1962 Left to Right; First Row: E. Kersey, D. Mike, J. Wilkerson, S. Stewart, Mr. Thomas, Sponsor. Second Row: B. Griffin, P. Hill, W. Penn, M. Herring, M. James, E. Coffey, G. Lee, C. Jackson, B. Mc Dowell. Third Row: J. Stovall, S. Williams, M. Williams, S. Johnson, L. Newkirk, W. Gaillard, D. Rice, J. Brown, P. Watson, H. Walker. Fourth Row: L. Moore, F. Allen, L. Gilbert, E. Young, W. Jones, F. Ward, R. Richardson, W. Pickens. €.i FOREST EVASHEVSKl Courtesy of The Detroit Free Press Forest Evashevaski recieved his training at Northwestern, where he was one of the youngest players to make the varsity team. He is another example of the ambition which has characterized Northwestern men. Even after a two year delay to save money for college, he was not discouraged. Forest attended the Univer- sity of Michigan, where he became the Captain of a record making team. Today, he is considered a top flight coach at the University of Iowa. 58 F HARRY CHITI Courtesy of The Detroit Free Press Harry Chiti, another fine Northwestern athletic, turned to his favorite sport, baseball, as a profession. He became one of the popular catchers for the Detroit Tigers. Now he is a catcher for the Cleveland ndians. 59 GIRLS ' GLEE CLUB Left to Right, FirstRow: V. Bridgeforth, E. Yarborough, G. McKenney, C. Gaulden, D. Felton, A. Baker, A. Cummings, M.J. Jones, M.L. Jones, T. Bruner. Second Row: Miss Mulligan, R. Stampley, W. Lawson, J. Home, J. Davis, P. Brown, M. Altman, J. Boyd, E. Caffey, W. Bethune, B. Holines, W. Spencer, Miss Ed- wards. Third Row: C. Williams, B. Cooper, L. Atchison, R. Shavers, C. Nash, C. Ross, D. Darkins, J. SpeacW.P- Gibbs, E. Marshall, J. Moncure, E. Bass, D. Hayes, Fourth Row: L. Knighton, E. Young, S. Lyons, V. Howard, B. Anderson, T. Rundles, G. Weatherspoon, E. Jones, B. Thomas, J. Stovall, B. Bar- nett D. Curry, I. Adams, R. Harris, S. Cooksey. A BAND Left to Right, First Row: R. Pitts, P. Jackson, C. Jones, J. Key. Second Row: C. Montgomery, C. Hooper, J. Jones, S. Anderson, A. Smith. Third Row: R. Wynglass, K. Shanklin, R. Attles, M. Griffin, A. Garner, A. Duckett. Fourth Row: J. Lewis, R. Nance, N. Wright, N. Robinson, H. Phillips, L. McNeary, C. Smith. Fifth Row: G. Clark, J. Evans, W. Cox, L. Newkirk, H. Gillenwater, A. Oden, L. Boyd, D. Wright. 60 MALE GLEE CLUB Left to Right, First Row: W. Spencer, R. Hill, C. McCullum, R. Reed, E. Card. Second Row: G. Whitehead, J. Mitchell, M. Charles, G. White, M. Stafford, Miss Edwards. Third Row: F. Erve, W. Floyd, C. Bell, E. Clarington, L. Washington, L. Woods, R. Gray, R. Attles. Fourth Row: M. Haybin, R. Goodwin, M. Worthy, C. Smith, W. Thomas, J. Sanders, J. Snowden. ENSEMBLE Left to Right, First Row: J. Gray, C. Montgomery, J. Ross, E. Jett. Second Row: C. Miller, J. Miller, M. Anderson, W. Harper. Third Row: Mr. Hellstein, N. Hatcher, C. Robinson, L. Parker. Fourth Row T Sweeney, R. Pitts, W. Mitchell, G. Walker, K. Johnson, 1. Prince. 61 « f t J U-J % % CHOIR Left to Right, First Row: D. Parker, S. Bacon, I. McChristian, L. Montgomery, A. Johnson, J. Gorden, U. Tait, G. Whitehead, S. Copies, S. Hughes, S. Summers. Second Row: B. Cornwell, C. Ivey, E. Tinsley, E. Tomlinson, J. Williams, G. White, W. Layd, 0. McRee, M. Jones, J. Smith, A. Vaughn, D. Knowles, D. Triggs. Third Row: E. Martin, J. Holt, J. Gaines, J. Boswell, W. Crawford, L.Woods, E. Ciarington, Y. Smith, J. Jackson, E. Massey, P. McCarty, M. Green. Fourth Row: B. Vaughn, J. Sayers, E. Jones, L. Washing- ton, R. Goodwin, C. Robinson, T. Roberts, M. Harbin, C. Davis, E. Smith, S. Ingram, 0. Williams. ORCHESTRA Left to Right, First Row: W. Webbs, A. Bouier, C. lvey,W. Mims, S. Holt, C. White, J. Kirby, Mr. Zarro. Second Row: E. Austin, B. Spencer, D. Macklin, T. Sweeney, 0. Cain, D. Walker, J. Miller, G. Macklin. Third Row: C. Gill, K. Johnson, D. Meyer, N. Thompson, C. Miller, C. Robinson, J. Gray, L. Cooper. 62 n ! ' r STUDENT COUNCIL Left to Right, First Row: P. Johnson, G. Tarrant, J. Wholey, C. Chapman, J. Wilkerson, J. Small. Second Row: Mr. Thomas, G. West, J. Rushing, C. McCoy, M. Thompkins, B. Munson, E. Gibson, M. Trent. Third Row: B. Coleman, F. Plump, B. Leach, F. Brown, I. Green, E. Kersey, P. Griggs, T. Sweeney. COLT STAFF Left to Right, First Row: J. Whitehead, P. Farmer, H. Walker, P. Harvey, V. Griggin. Second Row: J. Kendrick, S. Malone, M. Stinson, C. Chapman, J. Whaley, V. Miliedge. Third Row: J. Wilkerson, P. John- son, J. Small, T. Sweeney, B. Coleman. Fourth Row: Mr. Perry, T. Miliedge, H. Carlock, D. Stevenson, F. Brown, G. Tarrant. 63 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT ORGANIZATION Left to Right, First Row: M. Thomas, D. Hayes, M. Trent, A. Baker, C. Williams; Second Row: S. Cooksey, D. Cochran, C. Montgomery, P. McRae, D. McCoy, B. Cornwell; Third Row: T. Hoi lister, W. Crawford, N. Wright, D. Curry, D. Jones, E. Love, R. Nance. PAR STAFF Mr. Beauvais, L. Mulkey, G. Green, V. Brown, L. Lay, E. Smitherman, S. Summers, V. Gray. Second Row: J. Key, R. Johnson, J. Harris, R. Allen, M. Fielding, D. Quinzy. Third Row: J. Parnell, I. Adams, E. Blandford, L. Harrison, E. Davis, J. White, H. Adgers, B. Johnson. Fourth Row: F. Simon, B Ledbetter, N. Beasley, L. Font, L. Boyd, D. Meyer, B. Sampson NORWESTER CLUB Left to Right, First Row: M. Cole, S. Simmons, C. Hughey. Second Row: C. Nash, E. Hasty, F. Williams, J. Whitehead. Third Row: J. Poole, J. Quick, C. Kennedy, W. Mitchell, S. Rice. Fourth Row: T. Mitchell, S. Cannon, C. Smith, L. Vaughn, R. Flowers LIBRARY STAFF Left to Right, First Row: C. Johnson, J. Howard, P. Johnson, M. Jones, M. Thomas, Mrs. Lee. Second Row: T. Logan, M. Williams, G. Coleman, J. Rushing, S. Hawkins. Third Row: H. Collins, R. Griggs, C. Davis, P. Griggs, K. Johnson, L. Scott. LATIN CLUB LeftTo Right, First Row: C. Chapman, M. Trent, T. Sweeney, M. Snorton. Second Row: R. Williams, P. Spann, J. Rushing, B. Edwards, C. Stewart, Mrs. Cutt. Third Row: C. Crawford, R. McWillie, K. Walker, D. Curry, N. Durhal, K Gaskin. HOMERIC SOCIETY Left To Right, First Row: J. Kirby, B. Barnett, M. Bell, M. Shipp. Second Row: J. Ferryman, P. Wotson, S. Robinson, Mrs. McClelland. Third Row: S. Porter, T. Seaborn, K. Walker, A. Coplin. RUSSIAN CLUB Left To Right, First Row: B. Griffin, C. Boyd, W. Jones, A. Conley. Second Row: Mr. Geller, A. Sellers, M. Washington, S. Simmons, B. Chuney, C. Knight, P. Bokin. Third Row: L. Bray, S. Hill, E. Miller, W. Spencer, S. Sloan, A. White, R. Knighton. RADIO CLUB Left To Right, First Row: Mr. Bachner, V. Kalangian, D. Coleman, D. Curry. Second Row: B. Reddix, R. Howard, I. Pearsall, M. Green, K. Williams, E. Warren. Third Row: M. Simmons, M. Ferrell, D. Gusley, M. Smith, J. Greene, B. Sanford, P. Graham. JUNIOR RED CROSS Left to Right, First Row: B. Coleman, B. Townsend. Second Row: B. High, N. Brown, C. Richman, V. Key, B. Hobbs. Third Row: E. Green, B. Hogan, M. Conn, 0. Brantley, J. Kinnerbrew, M. Smith SCIENCE CLUB Left +o Right, First Row: P. Williams, P. Jackson, M. Thompkins, E. Dargin. Second Row: Mrs. Elliott, M. Stinson, A. Miles, R. Parks, J. Howard, S. Steward. Third Row: B. Munson, B. Conway, W. Sullivan, C. Gardner, A. Miller. Fourth Row: R. Overton, R. Stringer, D. Curry, P. Griggs, J. Gray, T. Sweeney. 68 ARCHITECTURAL CLUB Left to Right, First Row: Mr. Taylor, D. Stevenson, G. Wilkerson, W. Ahmad. Second Row: R. Carter, E. Watkins FUTURE TEACHERS ' CLUB Left to Right, First Row: R. Hudson, L. Rivers, L. Gilbert, F. Plump. Second Row: Mrs. Humphrey, G. West, G. Collins, S. Cunningham, S. Stewart, M. Cook. Third Row: B. Munson, L. Moore, V. Mitchell, J. Wilkerson, M. Thompkins, G. Hicks. Fourth Row: G. Tarrant, T. Ryan, I. Green, D. Curry, M. Douglas, J. Small. 69 BOYS ' ROTC OFFICERS AND RIFLE TEAM Left to Right, First Row: 2ncl. Lt. J. Greene, Capt. M. Skelton, 2nd. Lt. T. Sweeney. Second Row: Sgt. J. Tasker, R. Hayes, J. Redd, F. Dancy, A. Rivers. Sgt. S. Felton. Tiiird Row: F. Simon, V. Kalangian, T Roberts. E. Dav is. C. Baker, J Carr _ HI-YCLUB Left to Right, First Row: B. Sampson, T. Sweeney, D. White, D. Jones. Second Row: D. Standfield, L. McNeary, R. Johnson, B. Yeogins, E. Brown. Third Row: Mr. Ford, B. Ellsberry, E. Adams, T. Crockett, D. Murray, J. White 70 t- ' f ' ■ ' GfRLS ' ROTC Left to Right, First Row: M Sgt. M. Smith, 1st Lt. C. Hodden, 1st. Sgt. D. Johnson, SFC B. Thomas. Second Row: Sgt. J. Tasker, S. Summers, W. Spencer, E. Yarborough, Sgt. S. Felton. Third Row: S. Simmons, B. Sullivan, P. White, E. Massey, S. Norman. Y TEENS Left to Right, First Row: C. Gaulden, V. Douglas, P. Perry, T. Burner. Second Row: B. Smith, J. Howard, P. Smith, I. Gardner, W. Wiggs, B. Johnson. Third Row: D. McCoy, J. Watkins, S. Lamb, D. Jones, J. Kinnebrew, D. Williams, S. Williams. 71 SENIOR BOOSTERS Left to Right, First Row: Mr. Turko, V. Brown, B. Coleman, J. Carr, B. Gregory, C. Hodden, Second Row: M. Stinson, J. Kendrick, M. Harvey, C. Moddox, G. West, J. Norman, C. Jackson, M. Cook, C. Hemingway. Third Row: R. Lumpkin, J. Boswell, C. Tatum, G. Hicks, L. Henderson, 0. Cain, C. Ross, C. McCoy, V. Milledge, A. Grant. Fourth Row: V. Griffin, A. Riley, L. Rivers, C. Marion, N. Flore, W. Sullivan, J. Hutcherson, V. Mitchell, T. Logan, S. Hill, D. Cuff. Fifth Row: T. Milledge, C. Miller, E. Blanford, L.- Harrison, D. Curry, A. Smith, P. Griggs, R. Griggs, M. Hubbard, B. Ellsberry. HALL GUIDES Left to Right, First Row: A. Tiller, D. Triggs, W. Wigg, J. Brandon, B. Scales, S. Bruce, P. Perry. Second Row: C. Teamer, S. Ramey, L. Bray, B. King, J. Dade, G. Brown, P. Smith, M. Trent, T. Bruner. Third Row: M. Embry, E. Thompson, C. Smith, P. McCarty, L. Moore, D. Walker, T. Andrews, R. Packer, S. Cooksey, W. Cole. Fourth Row: M. Walker, P. Poe, R. Pornell, J. Burr, J. Wiley, J. Huff, K. Bruster, J. Hunt, L. Ferguson, Mrs. Stern. Firfh Row: R. Callaway, 0. Anderson, J. Beane, C. Miller, J. Brooks, F. Lyons, D. Boggs, L. Williams, M. Sterrett, W. Barney, D. Curry. 72 BOOSTER CLUB Left to Right, First Row: S. Robinson, Mr. Turko, T. Frierson. Second Row: S. Hughes, E. Warren, C. March, B. Cooper, B. White, S. Summers. Third Row: M. Jones, C. Kennedy, C. Berris, C. Nash, E. Caffey. Fourth Row: P. McCarty, I. Adams, G. Brown, R. Altman, V. Barnes, D. Trent. Fifth Row: B. Vaughn, E. Garrett, J. Scott, F. Williams, J. Kinnebrew, C. Garner, J. Evans. J : HALL GUIDES Left to Right, First Row: S. Branch, B. Mayo, B. Johnson, G. Bell, M. Lassiter, A. Jackson, J. Home R Jackson. Second Row: J. Johnson, S. Baker, L. Wiley, F. Hall, C. March, B. Morrison, M. Thomas, L. Abney, L. Burkes, J. Wilson. Third Row: P. Farmer, F. Hughes, L. Carson, M. Belton, C. Hinton, T. Sanders, G. Harris, A. Bunn, J. Tayler, D. Stith, C. Drew. Fourth Row: Mrs. Stern, H. McCarty, H. Johnson C. James, H. Davis, D. McDonald, S. Bradley, W. Peterson, M. Finch, A. Washington, M. Thomas. Firth Row: F. Hamilton, J. Small, S. Jones, E. Junior, K. Adgers, J. Samuel, A. Hughley, M. Griffin, D. Brown, J. Jackson, U. Tait. 73 JOE ANN MILLER Joe Ann Miller earned a place for herself at Northwestern High School by being an above average student. Her sense of responsibility and leadership resulted in becoming captain of the Cheer Team. Her interests are definitely creative, as shown in the composition of several songs. Her accomplish- ments include playing the piano and the flute. Students and faculty alike enjoy her pleasant smile and cheerful personality. 74 THOMAS SWEENEY Courtesy of The Detroit Free Press Thomas Sweeney, who was chosen for Today ' s Teen, truly earned the recognition. He has served his school well as president of the Latin Club, sports writer on the Colt staff, Editor of Norwester, Captain in R.O.T.C. and finally the nomination for the Air Force Academy. 75 TONY ARENA Courtesy of The Detroit Free Press In 1936, Tony Arena played on our Championship Football Team. When he was a student at Michigan State, he won The Most Valuable Player Award " , which was presented by the governor. HOBIE LANDRITH Courtesy of The Detroit Free Press Michigan State enrolled another Northwestern star. Following his college days, Hobie Landrith turned professional and joined the Cincinnati Red Legs. f ' ' ' f 9 COACH OF YEAR TROPHY 1959 Courtesy of Detroit News Awarded by Wayne County Osteopathic Association to Mr. Bishop 78 A TRIBUTE TO SAM BISHOP By Harvey Barcus The Detroit News Northwestern High School couldn ' t have dedicated the Norwester to a more deserving person than Sam Bishop, Dean of Coaches and Athletic Director in the Public School League. Sam deserves credit for the way he came up. As a poor boy, he had to go to work at 13. Later he met and played semi-pro football with the late Martin Conrad, at that time coach at Benton Harbor High School Recognizing the boy ' s ability, Mr. Conrad persuaded Sam to return to school. After graduating with hon- ors, he entered Western Michigan Teacher ' s College in 1922. Here, he starred as guard on the team that was unbeaten, untied and unscored. He also made an outstanding record as an outfielder in baseball. Meanwhile, Conrad was offered a berth at Northwestern University, where he remained a year before ac- cepting a position at Glenview High School in Cleveland in 1924. Mr. Conrad, however, had not forgotten the serious young man from Benton Harbor who had just received his teaching certificate. Bert Maris was urged to give Mr. Bishop a trial. Sam was interviewed and hired. The rest is history. From 1924 to 1947, when he retired from coaching football, his teams won 113 games, lost 52 and tied 16. He had six league championships and twice his teams were the state ' s best. Sam coached any sport that Bert Maris asked him to. He took the baseball squad in 1931 and before handing the reins to Walter Owens in 1959, he had six West Side and three league championships. He coached track and swimming also, having the league track titleholders for both indoor and outdoor events in 1941. His cross-country team had also won the championship back in 1932. Sam Bishop had a burning desire to improve himself and attended night classes at Wayne University, getting a B.A. degree in 1933 and five years later he finished his work for M.A. When Bert Maris retired, he was named athletic director. Sam married the former Helen Jacobson in 1926. They have two children, Mrs. Madlyn Gold and Mel, a senior in Education at Wayne. In 1948, a testimonial dinner was given for him by some of his former students. They hailed him as " A Great Coach, A Builder of Men, A Good Sportsman " . To which we add: " A good winner and a good loser " . 79 GIRLS ' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right, First Row: A. Miles, C. Tatum, M. Smith, A. Compbeli, S. Wallace. Second Row: Mrs. Mar- tin, coach, S. Williams, A. Addison, V. Williams, M. Stinson, B. Hamilton. GIRLS ' RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right, First Row: C. Nash, L. Stott, M. Craig, M. Boyles, E. Wiggins, C. Hodden. Second Row: J. Stovall, B. Conaway, B. Ray, N. La Flore, L. Martin. Third Row: Mrs. Martin, coach, L. Yarborough, M. Lumpkin, B. Cooper. GIRLS ' SWIMMING CLUB Left to Right, First Row: V. Dove, C. Lewis, C. Stewart, E. Hasty, C. Hancock, K. Harper, C. Whiteman, L. Yarborough, C. Davis, S. Anthony, J. Hall. Second Row: F. Williams, L. Repress, Mrs. Martin, S. Humes, S. Simmons, E. Ford, R. Spann, B. Shannon. N CLUB Left to Right, First Row: S. Washington, R. Cater, B. Leach. Second Row: R. Harris, L. Cooper, E. Gary, 0. Gray, R. Williams, G. Martin. Third Row: R. Griggs, C. Lester, R. Adams, E. Miller, R. Stovoll, Mr. Owens. Fourth Row: M. Jackson, W. Elijah, F. Lyons, C. Jackson, A. Jones. 81 GIRLS ' VARSITY FIELD HOCKEY TEAM Left to Right, First Row: A. Burke, C. Tatum, V. Milledge, M. Smith, A. Washington. Second Row: Mrs. Boyce, E. Yarborough, G. Weatherspoon, C. Miller, L. Martin, P. Hicks, M. Harv«y. GIRLS ' RESERVE FIELD HOCKEY TEAM Left to Right, First Row: B. Conaway, C. Mc Coy, L. Stott, M. Reid, J. Hurston. Second Row: J. Stovall, V. Barnes, M. Craig, L. Kennedy, B. Cooper, V. Powell 82 A I- «c J ' M ' mf GIRLS ' FIELD HOCKEY TEAM IN ACTION L. Martin, L. Kennedy, J. Stovali, V. Milledge, C. Tatum, A. Washington, C. Mc Coy, C. Miller, A. Burke, V. Barnes, M. Smith G.A.A. Left to Right, First Row: C. Hampton, L. Rivers, C. Tatum, S. Hawkins. Second Row: D. Peters, S. Bacon, I. McChristian, M. Jones, E. Wiggins, R. Jefferson, C. Lewis. Third Row: T. Jones, L. Martin, M. Stinson, H. Walker. Fourth Row: Mrs. Dunn, V. Milledge, C. Jones, B. Coleman, M. Watkins, A. Gilbert. Fifth Row: L. Yarborough, C. Greene, C. Coward, L. Eddins, G. Duckett, C. Marion, C. Coleman. 83 DANCE WORKSHOP Left to Right, First Row: L. Henderson, J. Jones, V. Powell, D. Mike, C. Williams, B. Williams, D. Felton, J. Whitehead. Second Row: M. Jones, H. Walker, B. Adams, C. Holmes, S. Jones, L. Anthony, T. Logan, C. Kennedy, S. Hawkins, J. Gaines, V. Griffin, G. Brooks. Northwestern Dance Workshop is one of the oldest student organizations in the school. In fact it was the first dance concert group in Detroit high schools. All these years, it has maintained the very highest quality of performances by outstanding students of dance. Many of its former members are successful tea- chers of dance in our high schools today, our Mrs. Betty Boyce being one. Three are teaching in high schools and colleges in other parts of the United States and one has a successful studio in New York City. Each year these serious, hard working students give performances here at Northwestern and also take part in All— City Concerts. All dances are created by the students for their programs. This is truly an organization providing growth and development in this creative art! This year Helen Walker is chairman of the group. Mrs. Prudentia Huffman Carty is the director of this fine group. Here ' s to its continued success! 84 WILLIE HORTON Willie Horton played on the Northwestern High School Baseball Team three seasons. During this entire time in all the league games, he never struck out at bat. Recently, he signed a contract with the Detroit Tigers. This is his opportunity to make a place for himself in the maior leagues. Northwestern High School wishes him well. 85 BASEBALL TEAM 1961 t Hn k ' , " nu° ' ' ' -J-y " ' Tl ' ■-■ ° ' ' - ° ' " ' ' - ° « " - Second Row: W. Barney L Taylor I 2i " w- M ' J ' ' ' ' r ' - ro- " - ' . " " r ' - ' ' " ' ° -- T- R°g- ' V. Ball, T. Martin, D. rLh one ' s L Wiilmms, W. Norton. Fourth Row: G. Carr, M. White, J. Miller, S. Washington, L. Ranier L Cooper R NORTHWESTERN CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Left to Right, First Row: B. Buchanon, L. Simon, J. Mitchell, R. Stovall, M. iVilliams, E. Gary, 0. Gray, R. Griggs. Second Row: S. Johnson, S. Holmes, 0. Byrd, J. Ford, J. Morton, C. Tanton, J. Nelson, D. Spillman, M. Cardenas, W. Poole, Mr. Snowden. STATE CROSS COUNTRY REGIONAL CHAMPIONS T961 Left to Right, First Row: Mike Jackson, Marvin Williams, Ronald Stovall. Second Row: Billy Buchanan, Ernest Gary, Larry Simon, Randall Griggs, Mr. Snowden. E prnfmnnm NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM WESTSIDE AND CITY CHAMPIONS Left to Right, First Row: R. Dawson, P. Ellison, J. Pryor, C. Shelton, H. Carr, M. Srnith, S. Do therd L. Jackson, R. Harris. Second Row: H. Jackson, M. Cardenas, J. McCray, T. Moses, L.Harr, son, M. Williams, R Perry, 0. Gray, H. Knott, R. Lipscomb, R. Strong. Third Row: Mr. Hendricks W. Foole, B. Leach J Bush, H. Jackson, S. McNeil, A. Ford, R. Carter, M. Harrison, C. Lester, M. Robinson, C. Ward, 5. Holmes. ' ■ ' i$£fmm NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Left to Right, First Row: E. Davis, J. Harris, A. Jones, B. Leach, C. Ward, E. Shaw, L. Harrison. Second Row: R. Hogan, R. Epps, M. Nolan, J. Redic, J. Lindsay, P. France, R. Dickerson, E. Miller. Third Row: F. Lyons, J. Bush, R. White, T. Rogan, R. Williams, C. Jackson, W. Esters, D. Stevenson, C. Lester. Fourth Row: Coach Owens, Coach Hendricks, Coach Gassaway, C. Johnson, H. Nuttall. NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOL RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM Left to Right, First Row: J. Lanier, R. Bee, M. Lowery, J. Roberts, H. Moore, M. Simpson, Second Row: H. Dent, S. Hill, N. Smith, J. Beane, B. Smith, T. Tatum, C. Hicks, A. Felton. Third Row: W. Hawk, K. Pulcher, G. Spencer, R. Williams, H. Smith, W. Ashford, W. Johnson, C. Cox, S. Johnson. Fourth Row: M. Moore, D. Jackson, W. Parham, V. Ball, D. Crawford, M. Rowe, B. Clark, D. Murray, L. Dixon, R. Dargin. Fifth Row: Coach Anderson, Coach Fears, J. Jones, R. Mc Willie, C. Johnson, Coach Allen. BILLY LEACH Billy Leach achieved the honor of being named the All City Halfback for his offensive and defensive plays. As the team ' s leading ground-gainer, he scored 7 touch downs and passed for 5 touch downs. He intercepted 3 passes and recovered 3 fumbles as defensive player. Billy also deserves recognition as a star Basketball man and as a High Jumper. f d ' NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHOOL BOY ' S VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right, First Row: L. Cooper, Mr. Snowden, Assistant Coach Mr. Sunday, Coach, D. Young, Train- er, R. Harris. Second Row: J. Watson, L. Williams, R. Adams, W. Leach, J. Miller, C. Ward. Third Row: S. Washington, R. Dickerson, A. Wilson, A. Ford, T. Rogan, R. Greear, L. Simon. NORTHWESTERN HIGH SCHCCL BOY ' S RESERVE TEAM Left to Right, First Row: D. Pritchard, Mr. Sunday, Coach, Mr. Snowden, Assistant Coach, T. Tatum. Second Row: R. Richardson, W. Barney, R. Shannon, W. Esters, J. Nelson, 0. Green. Third Row: G. Spen- cer, V. Ball, J. Ford, C. White, J. Morton, C. Tanton, M. Bell. (Missing-Mr. Fears, Reserve Basketball Coach) THE YEAR OF THE ASTRONAUTS In the 1961-1962 school year man ' s conquest of space travel was a most sensational event. Northwest- ern ' s high-flying and high leaping cagers simulated the space feats of astronauts. Above, Mr. Sunday, the basketball coach is engaged in instructing Stanley Washington whom Detroit newspapers labelled, " Boy Astronaut " . Stanley, like aJI his teammates, gave Northwestern fans a lot to be up in the clouds about Another Championship Team! 92 1 -sl: ! 93 VARSfTY CHEER TEAM Left to Right, First Row : C. Lewis, T. Logan, J. Whithead, M. Jones, B. Wilson. Second Row: J. Miller VARSITY AND RESERVE CHEER TEAM Left to Right, First Row: S. Ramey, B. Williams, M. Trent, J. Thonrpson, R. Jefferson. Second Row Mrs. Elliott, C. Lewis, J. Whitehead, J. Miller, B. Wilson, M. Jones, T. Logan. 94 USHERS CLUB Left to Right, First Row: C. Jackson, D. Jones, S. Humes, D. Kelp, T. Hamilton, S. Goymon. Second Row: S. Glenn, Mrs. Brinson, S. Hughes, Y. Seldon. NORWESTER STAFF Left to Right, First Row: K. Walker, B. Smith, M. Stinson, T. Sweeney. Second Row: Mrs. Bauer, S. Robin- son, B.Gregory, B. Cornwell, C. Haddon, Miss Nentwick. Third Row: C. Coleman, J. Whaley, G. West, C. Hemingway. P. WilTioms, R. Hedson, J. Howard, M. Corbitt. Fourth Row: B. Coleman, J. Hunt, A. Cope- land, D.Cochran, D. Joas, J. Smal, S. Simmons. Fifth Row: D. White, T. Milledge, J. Canty, T. Seaborn, R. Downing, R. Williams, B. Ellsberry, J. Greene. 95 Carol Lee, Mrs. Staples, Viola Key Yvonne King Pamela Mason Lucille Mc Reynolds 96 Joanne Holt, Carolyn Stewart Marva Smith 97 t 4 • , . " kv SS V MACHINE SHOP 2 CLASS Left to Right: Johnny McClain, Melvin Puryear, William Shawver, Elijah Ingram, Mr. Teerman, Dennis Crawford, Edward Lewis, James Duckett. MRS. ELLIOTT ' S QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS CLASS Left to Right: Mariea Thompkins, Robert Morris, Dwight Curry, Peariine McRae, Theotus Hollister, Mamie Gooden, Reginald Strong, Lynda Gilbert. 100 TYPING 1 CLASS Left to Right, First Row: Leatha Ratcliff, Mayola Evans, Rosetta Pruitt. Second Row: Margaret Gray, Alice Blakely, Marie Brown, Janice Martin. Third Row: Mary Wi lliams, Florence Tommy, John Hawkins, Sandra Jones. Fourth Row: Linda Hughes, Mary Williams, Carl Miller, Thomas Tuggle. Fifth Row: Bar- bara Spencer, Charles Scott, Delores Gartreil, Mrs. Mason, standing. DETROIT EXPERIMENTAL ENGLISH PROGRAM Left to Right, First Row: Edward Grant, Charles Graham, Sandra Pearson, Myrna Washington. Second Row: Ronald Gilbert, Leon Cooper, Mrs. Barr, Clifford Smith, John Ruff. Third Row: Shirley Beddings, Classie Lloyd, Robbie McCarroll. Fourth Row: Fortia Young, Ethel Henry, Sandra Poole. Fifth Row: Christine Greene, Neal Dietert, William Jordan. Sixth Row: Frank Lindsey, John Tuqua, Tom Washington, Ronnie Martin. 101 C I Mr. Wise ' s World History Class Left to Right: First Row: Idolaine Trent, Gloria Holt. Second Row: Donna Hodden, Leonard Callo- way, Veda Dove. Third Row: Leroy Griffin, Walter Green, Jeanette Mc Cullough, Patricia White. Fourth Row: Mr. Wise, Sharon Collins, David Simmons, Eva Hasty, James Erve. Fifth Row: Ronald Hampton, Lucy Ballard, Brenda Gibson. Foods I 9th. Hour Class Left to Right: Helene Harris, Brenda Moncure, Nellie Hollis, Patricia Robinson, Sandra West, Patsy Nines. 102 Ife W Q Hostess Committee Left to Right: First Row: Rebecca Brown, Barbara Rice, Phyllis Smith, Jacqulyn Watkins. Second Row: Evelyn Vaughn, Loretta Thornton, Jean Canty, Mamye Turnley, Jacqulyn Vaughn, Elaine Lyons. Mechanical Drafting Class Left to Right: First Row: Harold Washington, William Sapp, Clarence Scott. Second Row Timottiy Sanders, Ernest Johnson, Wallace Tolbert. Third Row: Kenneth Dunwoody, Lewis Perry, Mr. Edward Tyler - Instructor, Hansford Burney. 103 It was our privilege as members of Jane Aus- tin House to have been under the guidance of Mr. Sullivan. We would like to wish him a pleas ant trip to the West and success in his future hobbies. 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It tells how NBD loans money for college expenses with up to six years to repay in monthly installments. There is a handy Check List for personal expenses so often overlooked when preparing a college budget. Typical costs are shown as a guide for figuring your own. Folder mailed on request. write COLLEGE PLAN NATIONAL BANK OF DETROIT Detroit 32, Michigan COMPLIMENTS to SAM BISHOP from Friend Compliments of Kresge ' s 7350 Grand River TEEN TOWN Lady Ebony Beauty Salon 2200 W. Grand Blvd. Ty. 8-2338 Complete Hair Styles $2.50 Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Operators: Marilyn Myricks Patricia Robinson 111 NORWESTER EXECUTIVE STAFF Left to Right; First Row: T. Sweeney, M. Stinson, K. Walker, J. Greene. Second Row J Howard D. Cochran, D. White, J. Brooks, J. Small, M. Corbitt. On behalf of the 1962 Norwester staff, we would like to thank all the people who supported our year- book and helped to make it one to be proud of. Credit also goes to Mrs. Bauer and Miss Nentwick, our sponsors, who assisted us throughout the year. To the Seniors: We hope this book will in later years serve to bring back many memories of your school- days at Northwestern High School; to the undergradu- ates our best wishes for a fine contribution to NORWESTER traditions; to our advertisers, our sincere appreciation for your loyalty and support. Thomas C. Sweeney, Editor-in-Chief Kirk A. Walker, Assistant Editor 112 Midwest yearbook Coi P.O. Box 307 BrRMINOHAM, MiCHra
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