Woodrow Wilson Intermediate School - Quill Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1938
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Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1938 volume:
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by the students of
The Wood.roW Wilson Intermediate School
Mn. WILL CuR'r1ss
Miz. ARTHUR W. CRONK
Miss LILLIAN Fmrr-1
English Department Head
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Again we have arrived at the end of an-
other school year. I wish to talce this op-
portunity to express my appreciation of
the fine co-operation of pupils and
parents which we have received.
Very particularly has this graduation
class assisted in every way. As success of
a school depends on such co-operation I
am asking for its continuance.
To the Nine A Homeroom Teachers, who so faithfully and successfully served us
for three years, and who won the respect and love of all the students in our school,
we respectfully dedicate our Quill of 1938.
WILL CURTIS .....
ARTHUR CRONK . . .
VIOLA NEIL . ,,... .
HIDEGARDE Maven , ......,....,.. .
Lillian Firth ....,,.. Department Head
Hildegarde Bachmeier ......... English
Frances M. Bailey ...., English
Mary Lohrstorfer . . . . . . Library
Margaret Newell . , , . , , English
Aileen Nichols . . . . English
Kathleen Tenney , . . .,.. . . , English
Ada E. Wfielse ......,,....., English
Helen Yunker ..,...... Latin, English
VOCATIC NAL DEPARTMENT
Merle F. Perry-Department Head Gen-
eral Metal and Business Science
Hazel Wilson ...... . Business Science
Gertrude Damerau-Typewriting and Au-
Mary T. Gancy-Business Science and
Eleanor Fullerton-Foods and Clothing
Gladys Kriese-Clothing and Foods
Charles N. Egbert-Mechanical Drawing
Glen L. Ettinger-Household Mechanics
Charles L. Pozzini-General Woodworking
, Axsixlrzmf Principal
. . , . . . . Bookkeeper
EXACT SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
Arthur P. Lopshire - Department Head
Osie NI. Collier ., ,..... Mathematics
Lynn S. Gordon . . . . . General Science
Irma E. Horst .,.... ,.... M athematics
M. Eileen McClear . .... Nlathematics
Alice Sours .,.... .... M athematics
Keith D. Tarrant , General Science
Mildred Wilkinson ,.,... Mathematics
SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT
Doris M. Tarrant
Ethel Wescott ,.
Meta Reynolds .,
Dorothy Morris .
Mervyn MacRae .
.. Social Science
. . . Social Science
, . . Social Science
. . Social Science
. . , , . . . Social Science
FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT
Vera Boldt ....,,..,. Department Head
Adelaide Hart , . . . . ,. , . . . Music
Grace Sanford Mills .... . ..., Music
Lionel Mann-Orchestra, Band, Reed and
Charlotte M. Palmer ...,,........ Art
Ida Silverstein .... ..,. A ccornpanist
Class officers of January, 1938
Class officers of June, 1938
bed, FOR JANUARY AND JUNE
J. W. Segroves Evelyn Steffler
Edward Lithgow Virginia Roy
Annie Adams-Cathy-Roller skating
Frank Allen-Marty-Baseball player
Ida Asacloorian-To become a singer
Rose Auslancler-Row-Private Secretary
Audrey Bauss-Penfee-Cooking teacher
Mary Ellen Bresnahan-IVIiclcey-Swimming
Grace Brock-Sister-Collecting paper clips
Brent Bruce-Brutus-Making noise
Rita Bruckner-Tzitz-Tzi-To be a teacher
Robert Canner-Bob-Hockey player
john Caprielian-Little john-Baseball
Wallace Carls-Wally-Ice skating
Marion Challoner-Brand-To talce a beauty course
Edward Clark-lfVhitey-Hunting and fishing
Dorothy Coats-Nurse in a Detroit hospital
Joyce Compeau-Icy-History teacher
Anna Daralcjan-Little Orphan Annie-Private
Frank Diedrich, Jr.-Skating.
Yolanda DiVeta-Yo Yo-AllfGirl Orchestra
Dwight Downhain-Grandpa-Football player
Helen Evans-Kitty--Play the piano
Joe Fedea-Wings-Football and baseball
John Gilbert-Big john-Boxing
Dorothy Gilclea-Dot-Saving dog books
Thelma Dean Gover-Dizzy-English teacher
Betty Ann Green--Buck Bcltyfgtamps and knitting
Pleasant Groshelcl-Peaches-Dress designing
Roy Hildebrandt-lStamp collecting
Evelyn Howarcl-Duchess-Child Specialist
Lorine johin-Rene-Ice skating
Bertha Keleman-Reds-Dress designer
Shirely Kinney-Saxophone and violin
Melvin Koch-Cookie-To be a cop
Anna Mary Kogelmann-Secretary
Iris Korlcigian-Karla-Scientific research
Shirley Langley-Sharty-Kindergarten teacher
Alfred Larsen-Bud-Aeroplane pilot-
Robert Lindsay-Red-Baseball player
Jean Lishman-To he a secretary
Donald Lytle-Littfe Donnie-To leam Latin
Betty Jane Mast-Dimples-Masseuse
Mary McCloud-Boats-To become a secretary
Robert McCloud-Bob-Baseball player
Ruth Merrill-To be a private secretary
Lawrence Milatz-Lefty-To be president
Hugo Miller-Electrical Engineer
john Morrison-Jack-Tool designer
Alvin Neubacher-Smiley-To play baseball
Emma Nording-Little Emily-Teacher
Jeanette Oakley-jan-To play the piano
Delbert O'Leary-Lefty-Baseball player
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Ernest Paglia-Ernie-Baseball player
Viola Paisley-Toot:-Collecting paper napkins
Helen Pawlowslci-Lib-Sing like Jeannette
Anna Petrunic-A ddie-Commercial designer
Robert Preclhome-Boi:-To write a sports column
on a newspaper
Richard Proctor-Dick-Baseball player
Eleanor Raftary-El-Private Secretary
Betty Reilly-Betty Ree-Beaurv Operator
Earl Richards-Oil-Stamp Collecting
Angeline Rinna-A ngie-Private Secretary
John Schaller-Outboard racer ,
J. W. Segroves-Iahie-Pharmacist
Louis Short-Shorty-Model Airplanes
Rhea Simlcins-Dee-Roller skating
Robert Steege-Stooge-Model airplanes and
Dollie Sturm-Doll-To play a trombone
Elizabeth Suppiee-Betty-Newspaper reporter
Ruthe Sweeney-Vlfieilie-Ice slcating
Florence Tastard-Flo-To play the piano
Shirley Wilhelm-Shir!-Listening to tromhoncs
Gertrude Winkler-Geriie-To have a good time
James Wolf-fimrvzie-Naval 'Reserve
Mary Wolfe-To be a singer
Betty Wunderli-Trddie-To dance the Rhumba
Louise Amman-Wezzie-Surgical nurse
Robert Baker-Bob-Harmonica music
Daniel Balogh-Danny-To he an expert accordionist
Milan Barancelc-Millau-Newspaper reporter
Betty Bartlett-Slmshinc-To go to England
Marvin Baumey-Flrrfh--Baseball player
Emery Baxter-Tool and diemalzer
Geraldine Beclc-Guzzie--Good housewife
Cora Benson-Corkie-Stamp collecting
Mary Bonn-Kitten-Raising Spitz clogs
Charles Brabenac--Chuck-Amateur photography
Blanch Buclcwalter-Buckie-Girl scout
Ann CaldwelI-Pua'dy-Traveling correspondent
Mary Calley-Private secretary
Gloria Carls-Air hostess
Robert Chall-Bob-To go to Honolulu
Wallace Cllall-Wnify-Electrical engineer
Donald Cole-Cole-To be a writer
Betty Connell-Connie-Private secretary
Dorothy Dalton-Dol-Dancing and "bike" riding
Ernest Darin-Ernie-Drafting engineer
Bert Darragh-Collecting stamps
Kenneth Davenport--Punh-Airplane building
Ginata DcAngelis-Jeanie-Pictures of movie stars
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Ruth Deitsch-Rufa:-Piano Accompanist
Bonnie Dreaver-Scotty-Air hostess
Robert Draves-Bob-Ship building
J oe Drotos-Joe-Baseball
Elsie Drum-Drumsticks-Good piano player
Irene Drum -Drum-To go to Switzerland
LeRoy Durfee-Lee-Air pilot
William Duchie-Bill-Ball player
James Dykes-jim-Radio operator
Walter Elgert-Squire--Model boat building
Doris Farley-Toot:-Studying law
Doris Fenn-Pudge-Horseback riding
Eileen Finigan-Peaches-Air hostess
Herbert Fink-Stinkie-Banking and baseball
Patricia Fischer-Pat-Newspaper reporter
Wilbert Garrison-Model airplanes
Margaret Girard-Pee Wee-To sing in opera
Kenneth Goebel-Kenny-Going to movies
Wanda Grosse-Windy-Air hostess
Vernetta Grunau-Neti-Beauty operator
Irene Gyori-Violet-Private Secretary
Alice Hacker-Babe-Roller skating
Theresa D. Halwachs-Raisin-Nurse
Gerald Haynes-jerry-To work in Ford Trade
Emma I-Ieise-Dimple:-Private secretary
Marvin Hicks-Play baseball
Margaret Horvath-Maggie-Orchestra leader
Nellie Hoyer-Nell-Fashion designer
Helen Huntington-Private secretary
Naomi Jackson-Omie-Dress designer
Charlotte Johnson-Lil Abner-Ice skating
Paul Johnson-P. I.-Diesel engineer
Jean Johnston--Tissy-Roller skating
Antoinette Karnafil-Tony-To go to Europe
Kenneth Keller-Ken-Collecting stamps
Shirley Kelley-Rennie-Lead a girls' orchestra
Ella Kenitz-Kenifs-Go to shows
Adolph Kleman-A rrhie-To see the world
Duane Kollver-Dewy-Ice skating
Ralph Kowalski-Collecting colorful stones
Dorothy Kraska-Dotty-Pictures of movie stars
Donald Kreutzer-Ducky-Ice skating
Louis Krutsinger-Stamp collecting
Ruth Kulba-The Kid-Sports' reporter
Warren Kuschel-Bud-Model railroad building
Chester Kukla-Che!-Tool and diemaker
Lucille Langevin-Lucy-Tap dancing
Bob Lenden-Slug-Baseball player
Helen Lewickos-Annahellu Frog-Typist in Wilson
-lean Lewis-fin ny-Secreta ry
Edward Lithgow-Eddie-To be a Sawbones
Joyce Long-Dress designer
Helen Magditch-Stamp collecting
Mark Markarian-Rubinoff-Newspaper reporter
Betty McPherson-Skippy-Interior decorator
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Josephine Mohacsi-Private secretary
Floyd Moncroy-Baseball player
Raymond Mooney-Ray-Collecting match boxes
Jane Mucha-Collecting stamps
Frank Nickerson-Nick-Model airplanes
Betty Oakley-Bets-Dress designer
Audrey O'Linn-Billie-Pictures of movie stars
Thomas Pantoleon-Writing stories
Edward Paul-Eddie--Playing baseball
Justine Petro-Jes:-Opera singer
Ida Piccioni-Private secretary
Gene Pittman-Lefty-Match box collection
Dick Potvin-Mae Joe-Undertaker
Cynthia Puskar-Cyn-Dress designer
Betty Rebholz-Betts-Ice skating
William Robertson-Billy-Mechanical draftsman
Wilfred Rogers-Willy-Collecting stamps
Edna Mae Rololf-Eddie-Successful teacher
Arthur Roselle-Rosie-Commercial artist
Virginia Ryan-Sis-News reporter
Wilks Sanders-Buck-Electrical engineer
Betty Sauve-To travel
Shirley Schane-Peanut:-Private secretary
Dolores Schavo-Dee-Private secretary
Felicia Schigelone-Honey-Skctching movie stars
Andre Schryer-Handy Andy-Store owner
Joyce Schultz-Private secretary
Olive Sebastian-Pickles-To sing well
Robert Seeley-Bobby-Aviator '
Mack Sennett-Moure-Hitch hiking
Ethel Setzke--Set:-Oihce work
Marjorie Shore-Marge-Dress designer
Nick Simat-Cabinet making
Mike Smigulec-Kid Smig IV-Sports
Mildred A. Smith-Smitty-Telegraph operator
Mildred L. Smith-Midget-Interior decorator
Wanda Smith-Wand-Tap dancing
Melvin Tabbert-Rea'-Baseball player
Marjorie Taveclian-The Mad Russian-Radio actress
Noel Taylor-To see the world
William Thiede-Buddy-Making airplanes
John Thornton-Shadow-Band leader
Dorothy Turner-Dol-French horn
Marion Van Hoten-Vauie-Advertising manager
Patricia Van Hoten-Pat-Designing
Remo Vielmo-Romeo-Baseball player
Christine Voden-Dean-Ice skating
Lillian Wajay-Lil-Private secretary
Betty Walker-Bet-Surgical nurse
Jane Wallington-Ice skating
Howard Weber-Larlky-Cominercial artist
Leslie Wetterholt-More-Airplane designer
Gendell Wilson-Private secretary
Everett Woods-Nature collecting
Donald Worke-Skeeter-Optical Engineer
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EDITORIAL STAFF :
BUSINESS STAFF :
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT TEACHERS MR. PozzINI-Pbatogaplzer
MRS. KATHLEEN TENNEY-Arhertising Manager.
The Student Council membership is composed of thirty-five pupils, one from each room and school
club. This group is the student governing body of the school.
Under the excellent leadership of the sponsors, Miss Firth and Miss Calcaterra, the organization
proved itself successful in all attempted projects.
The most outstanding activities during the year have been the supervision of the sale of Quills, the
promotion of more interest in the Westzvard School Notes, the sale of Quillettes, the attendance
drive, the support of the sale of Christmas seals for the Red Cross campaign against tuberculosis and
those at Easter for the help of crippled children, and the encouraging of larger attendance at the meet-
ings of the P.-T. A.
BETTY BARTLETT ..................... Prerident
EDWARD LITHGOW . . . .... Vice-President
Gsoncnsm Kmnor-1 . . . .,.... Secretary
RoY WILSON .,..., .... T reasurer
MEMBERS Eighth Grade Ninth Grade
Angus Berrymcn, 202
Norma Lee Christman, 313
Charles Steffen, 227
Virginia Stenton, 306
Irene Soth, 307
jilda Maini, 303
Norma Hayse, 302
june Cook, 301
Leonard Burr, 320
james Coss, 212
James Flannigan, 309
Edward King, 222
Bill Mazmanian, 311
Leona McCarter, 308
Charlotte Ferris, 221
Gaye Hoag, 327 1-
Mary Jane Joy, 203
Joe Kogelmann, 209
Mary Morris, 215
Carroll Nowlin, 211
Norma Towsley, 207
Jack Dawson, 220
Bette Jenkins, 213
Ruby Jones, 201
Georgina Kearon, 220
Charles Knapp, 107
Roy Wilson, 109
Betty Bartlett, 321
Margaret Girard, 206
Bernice Hansen, 328
Edward Lithgow, 322
Lillian Standhardt, 208
Marion Van Hoten, 321
Ruth Viclcers, 228
THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB
For the past year a group of boys of the Wilson School has been very busy in an activity known
as the Boys' Glee Club. This is directed by Miss Grace Mills.
There are one hundred thirty-three boys in this organization. From this number twenty were cho-
sen to sing on a radio program over station WMBC. They sang a group of negro spirituals.
Early in December this same group sang for the City Council of the Parent-Teacher Association.
Later in the year the boys who possessed unchanged voices had the honor of singing with represen-
tatives from three other intermediate schools, the Durfee, the Jefferson, and the Hutchins. They
sang Benoit's cantata "Into the World." This cantata was directed by Victor Kolar. The accompani-
ment was furnished by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
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SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Seventy-eight members selected from grades SA, 9B and 9A comprise one of the largest Senior
Girls, Clubs that has been organized in the history of Wilson School.
Two or more hours of intensive training each week assure the members consistent vocal develop-
ment, intimate association with the choral productions of master musicians, and the incomparable pleas-
ure of artistic ensemble singing. Through the presentation of good music the glee club contributes to
the social cultural and financial activities of the school.
During the current school year the entire glee club will have contributed to two commencement pro-
rams, to the traditional Christmas musical and to the annual Ma Festival. A select rou from
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the organization gave choral accompaniment to the Wayne University Senior Dance Group in a
"Careers for Women" program in the auditorium of WWI, before the Rotary Club, and finally for
the entertainment of the student bod at Wa ne Universit . A sli htl au mented rou , to ether
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with members of the Bo s' Glee Club and re resentatives from three other intermediate schools san
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at Orchestra Hall, accom anied b the Detroit S m hon Orchestra in a resentation of Beno1t's cantata
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JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Junior Girls' Glze Club includes sixty-eight 7B, 7A and 8B girls in its membership. The worlc
of the junior club is designed to prepare its memb-ers for the more advanced demands of the senior or-
ganization. The juniors rehearse two or more hours each week.
This year the Junior Girls' Glee Club has entertained the Parent-Teacher Association and has com-
bined with the senior organization for the Christmas program and the annual May Festival.
The junior Orchestra, directed by Mr. Marin, welcomes all those students who are not able to play
very advanced music but who are ambitious to become better players.
Violins: June Campbell, Marili Baslce, Violet Yuhas, Augusta Tatci, Norbert Pungor, Fred Herr, Mitchel Polites,
George Salajan, Eugenia Pantoleon, Alice Gholcloian, Herbert Tischler.
Tromlwnex: Harvey Newton, George Steve. A
French Horns: Shirley Kelley, Siroon Hachigian.
Flutes: Vivian Gibbons, Marie Gentile.
Drums: Alex Allen, George Gonzales, Jerry Beach, Virginia Anderson.
Saxoplvonesz Marylyn Burton, Ruth Deitsch, John McNally, Peter Stanko, Stanley Polniclcy.
Clarigets: Ray Donn, Marion DiVeta, Joe Attard, Ernest Fraley, john Peterson, Richard Breil, Douglas Lutz, Rose
Trumpets: Hilliard Ferguson, John Radi, Alfred Juchattz, John Anderson, Jack Thibeau, Donald Dillard, Victor
Gillman, Robert Baker, James Coleman, Louise Kachigan.
Piano: Margaret Boulton, Errol Smith.
THE SENIOR ORCHESTRA
The Senior Orchestra is an organization which contributes largely to the success of the school.
Its members are very loyal to the practice periods which are scheduled for Monday and Thursday
mornings before school and Monday after school, besides two hours each week during the school day.
This semester this group was honored by being the first intermediate school orchestra asked to
play on a national radio hook-up for a school program from Detroit.
Mr. Mann directs the orchestra. The membership is composed of the following:
Violins-Shirley Kelley, Louise Kachigan, Karnig Karakashian, Herbert Fink, Violet Yuhas, Mable
Dawson, Albert Keteyian, George Steve, Albert G:orge, Jeanette Fisher, Buddy Gosline.
Clarinets-Marion DiVeta, Alfred Ross, joe Attard, William Levantrosser, Ray Balcom, Junior
Fraley, Douglas Lutz.
Horns-Dorothy Turner. Bass-Bob Marlow, June Campbell.
Corners -- Jack Mundell, Harvey Weisberg, Saxophones-John Peterson, Ruth Deitsch.
Jack Thibeau. Drums-Richie Irvine, George Gonzales.
Flutes-Virginia Anderson, Marie Gentile. Viola-Louis Talcas.
Trombones-Harry Shultz, Harvey Newton. Cello-John Rogers.
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.
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
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
THE WILSON WIZARDS
The club which is known as Wilson Wizards was originally organized as a chemistry club. Recently
it has made ventures into the field of radio. All boys who have a special interest in either of these sub-
jects is cordially welcomed into the group.
During the past year several of the members have experimented in building radios and have been
quite successful. They think that this experience has given them an insight into the mysteries of the
The club meetings are held each Tuesday after school in the room of the sponsor, Mr. Gordon.
JIM Dviuzs . . . .......,...... President Jos CHKZMADIA .,...... . . . , Vice-President
Ct-mntxas ZA:-mow . ...,....,,...,...,. Secretary
MODEL YACHT CLUB
The purpose of the Model Yacht Club is to supply the boy with a worth-while activity to help use
some of his leisure time. One of the units in the General Work Course of Study is "Avocational Con-
struction," which gives a boy a chance to work on his boat during regular class time. Otherwise he
attends the Boat Club meetings which are held once a weelc after school hours.
The Detroit Public Schools Intermediate Division sponsors a Model Yacht Regatta every spring at
Belle Isle. All boats finished at that time are qualified to race against other boats from other schools.
The school scoring the most points wins the "Pingree Trophyug the second and third place winners
receive a banner. Individual ribbons are given the boys who win places in the different races.
Mr. Pozzini is the sponsor of the Wilson Boar Club.
Norman Thurkow Harold Johnson Ricco Righetti Vernon Jones
Max Moskowitz Sam Beney Robert Homer Floyd jones
Arnold Held LeRoy Porter Andrew Triedrich Joseph I-Iollandsworth
john Reid Donald Mattern Bernard Gold Robert Kretchman
Louis Tester Earl Shepherd Jack Kezelian Mike Kasza
Marlin Brown Hilliard Ferguson Wallace Walker jack Proctor
Onnig Hachegian Paul Westfall
Baseball is the leading sport of Wilson School and is supervised by Miss Sours. With approximately
thirty homerooms, it takes about three weeks for each room to get a chance to play. Each room is dis-
qualified after receiving one defeat. When there are but two teams left undefeated, they play for the
supremacy. The victors are the champions and receive a banner. The homerooms are required to use
only players from their own classes.
There are two separate leagues: one for the boys and another for the girls. The boys and girls are
required to play on their allotted helds. By RENO VIELMO, 9A-321
VAGABON D CLUB
The Vagabond Club is not only a social group but one that is interested in gaining a more thorough
understanding of our dynamic city of Detroit.
It is the purpose of the members to be regular vagabonds, to a certain degree, and to learn as they
travel, to become acquainted with the various institutions, industries and activitiesg in other words, to
know the community and the city better.
The activities consist of regular meetings and trips in and about Detroit. When one thinks of activ-
ity, he must think of the Vagabond Club.
Some of the visits which have been made are: to the Detroit News, the Ford Rotunda, the Ford
Plant, the Detroit Creamery, Vernoris Gingerale Plant, the National Sports Show, the Traffic Court,
the Barium Tower, the Institute of Arts and the WWJ Studios.
Prospective trips include: the Zoological Park, the Fruit Terminal, the Wayne Army Post and a
picnic in Rouge Park.
The Vagabond Club was first organized in September, 1937. It grew out of the Humane Club.
After making a few trips the members decided they would enjoy such tours around the city, conse-
quently the reorganized club became the Vagabond Club with a membership of one hundred thirteen
girls and boys.
Much enthusiasm is shown by the group and the members look forward anxiously each week to the
BETTY BAn'rLE'r'r ,... ....,..,.. P resident BETTY JENKINS ...., . . . Secretary
LEONA MCCARTER .... , ..,... Vice-President ANN CALDWELL ...... ..,.. T reasurer
Miss CALcATERRA ,..,,. . ..,..,......,.. Sponsor
THE FUTURE CRAFTSMEN OF AMERICA
The Future Craftsmen of America is an organization of the youth of America for the purpose of
promoting the spirit of craftsmanship. The club is a boys' club with only a few adult sponsors, selected
from the school and the school board.
There is a system of degrees and awards based upon the qualities of character, skill and knowledge.
The character of a true craftsman is illustrated by the ancient saying, "The Gods see everywhere."
The organization provides splendid opportunity for the development of such social requirements as
leadership, public speaking, self-control, and civic participation. The responsibility of leadership should
be impressed upon youth.
The Future Craftsmen of America is an organization that will help youth to exert his influence to-
ward a higher and cleaner mode of working. Youth will be brought to remember that work, like life,
is a great cycle where one's work hinges upon that of somebody else, his depends on yours.
By NOEL TAYLOR, 9A-208
N ON -TEACHING STAFF
Front raw, lunchroom staff-Mrs. Edythe Barnett, Mrs. Viola Noble, Mrs. Bessie Lawrence, Miss Lois Betzer, Man-
ager, Mrs. Mae Blake, Mrs. Augusta Kaschwig, Mrs. Lillian Kirton.
Back row, Mr. William Platt-Fireman, Mr. Lewis Gerick, janitor, Mrs. Lillian Malzahn-lunchroom, Mrs. Dorothy
Thomas, janitress, Mr. William Curtiss, Principal, Mrs. Selma Winter-lunclmroorn-Mr. George Newton, Chief
Janitor, Mr. Charles Kirchoff, Chief Engineer, Mr. Frank Kimball.
W I LS ON Q U ILL
Each Monday afternoon at two-fifteen the Knitting Club holcls its meeting. This club is sponsored
by Miss Fullerton and Miss Kriese.
The membership consists of twenty girls. The purpose of the organization is to teach its members
to knit. Some of the girls embroider or crochet instead of knitting. At the present time the girls are
knitting berets for the Red Cross.
WOODROW WILSON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION
President: Mrs. Clifton Langleyg First Vice-President: Mrs. R. B. Lytleg Second Vice-President: Mr.
Will Curtissg Third Vice-President: Mrs. George Newtong Recording Secretary: Mrs. Charles Cunovg
Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. Noel Caldwell: Treasurer: Mrs. Leo Doyle.
Program: Mrs. R. B. Lytleg Menzbersliip: Mrs. George Newtong Finance: Mrs. A. Challg Historian:
Mrs. W. S. Okeg Refreslmients: Mrs. Eugene Woodford: Safety Education: Mrs. Thomas Daveyg
Hospitality: Mrs. Emma Johnsong Bulletins: Mrs. Helen Campbellg Motion Pictures: Mrs. Fred
Griemeg Publications: Mrs. M. R. Eilberg Publicity: Mrs. Ada Wiebe.
De Angelo, Philmen
Joy, Mary Jane
Lange, Betty Jean
Neli, Anna Mae
Sadler, Anna Lou
Shier, Mary Jane
WILSON GRADUATES IN COLLEGE
Mary Carolyn Harms
DETROIT SCHOOL OF LAW
DETROIT SCHOOL OF
UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
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:
Bridwell, A. M .
Christman, N. L.
Favio, R. M.
Van I-Ioten, M.
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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.
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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.
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Catherine Coffey is a member of the Coffey Trio heard over radio station WJBK.
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Dorothy Turner was chosen to play the French horn with the All City Orchestra at the Music Convention in St. Louis,
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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.
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About 300 pupils will take part in the Spring Musicale.
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The flowers, blooming especially for the Musicale, were made by Muriel Matteson.
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The lunchroom has served 1194 students in one day.
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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.
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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.
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Rooms 203 and 220 have won the attendance banner three times during this school year.
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Ernest Fraley of room 202 and Irene Hanusi of room 207 solicited the most advertising for the Quill.
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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.
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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,
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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.
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Henry Goerke, in competition with pupils of the Cass Technical High School, won honorable mention for his Christ-
mas seal poster.
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Some of the ninth grade girls are so interested in Gerzrvieve Gerlrude that they are willing to spend time after school
reading about her.
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Russell Trominski and Dick Potvin are to attend the C. M. T. C. at Camp Custer for the summer.
Boy Scout Troop 177, which includes a number of Wilson boys, won third place in the Merit Badge Show in Con-
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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.
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john Rogers and Mable Bacon had parts in Rip Van Win lele which was presented to the students by a group of pro-
Gerhard Peitsch of room 309 spent 4 months of last year visiting relatives in Germany.
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Shirley Ray had a vacation of two weeks in Florida during the month of February.
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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.
Number qt Things
"The world is so full of a number of things,
I'm sure we should all be as happy as kings."
To this end the Wilson School offers a variety of activities in the homerooms, the class rooms, the auditorium,
and even the halls, including such things as programs, contests, clubs, parties, and dances. These furnish the pupils
with a wide diversity of interests which indeed tends to E11 their world with "a number of things."
Glancing back over the school year of 1937-1938 our attention focuses on the auditorium as a center of programs
designed for instruction and entertainment. Some of these are contributed by the pupils themselves, while others are
brought to them by outside talent.
The holidays have afforded opportunity for developing the themes suggestive of each. Classroom teachers have
inspired members of their groups to plan and execute suitable programs for the celebration of such special occasions
as Book Week, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, as well as Commencement exercises. Many P. T. A. programs have
been augmented by the contributions of the members of the school. These include vocal and instrumental music num-
bers, plays, and demonstrations. The culmination of the programs was the Spring Musicale given May 24th, 25th,
and 26th, by the music department, which showed the intensive training in music fumished by Wilson School.
Representative of outside talent are the following: a lecture on "Alcohol Education" by Mr. W. D. Bailey from
the Y. M. C. A.g an illustrated travel talk by Mr. Roy Snell from the Detroit Newsg a recital provided by Grinnell
Brothers, introducing the Hammond organg and a mock radio program given by Mr. Legassey and a group of West-
ern High School students, some of whom were former Wilsonites.
Pupils have participated in various city-wide contests which include different grades as, the Spelling Bee for the
seventh and eighth grades sponsored by the Delroit Newry the Patriot Speech Contest sponsored by the Louisa St.
Clair chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Allied Youth Essay Contest on the subject "The
Increase in Accidents Due to Alcoholism," which was limized to the nine-A classes. In the Spelling Contest the sev-
enth grade winner was Lois Kirby, 7A'303g Jimmie Neubacher, 8B-308, was the eighth grade champion, and Mary
Morris, 8A-215, was the representative of Wilson at the Intermediate School Contest. Jack Briley, 8B-308, won the
Patriotic Speech Contest and Ruth Kubla, 9A-228, was the winner in the Allied Youth Contest.
The contests featured within the school itself include friendly competitions for P. T. A. membership and attend-
ance at the regular meetings, perfect attendance at school week by week and for the school year, ticket-selling drives
for different school functions, the sale of Christmas seals for the Red Cross and those at Easter time to aid the crippled
children, and the securing of advertising for and the sale of Quillx.
The clubs may be divided into two groups: those whish are organized with the idea in mind of contributing
directly to the success of the school, and those which afford an opportunity for the "worthy use of leisure timen in
developing talents and particular interests.
The homeroom is the place where all boys and girls have a feeling of belonging in a particular way. The home-
room teacher is the one to whom they turn for direction and advice, who seems a bit better-known to them perhaps
than the others. The homeroom houses a group of which they are a part and which affords them an opportunity to
develop any powers of leadership they possess and the best possible characteristics of citizenship. The members ofthe
homeroom group use their ingenuity to plan weekly schedules for the homeroom periods and occasional parties which
satisfy the desire for social events and draw the class a little nearer together.
Along with the regular classroom work, these numerous activities and contributions tend to E11 the world of the
Wilson family very full of worth-while things and to bring that happiness which should be the valuable possession
1. Mr, Kimballg 2. Delegate National Educators' Music Conference in St. Louisg 3. Winner-Allied Youth Contestg
4. 9-A Scholarship Pins-January, 5. Dressmakersg 6. Winner-Advertising Contestg 7. Songsters-Quill
Assemblyg 8. Book Weekg 9. Book Week, 10. Winner-Xmas Seal Saleg 11. 9-A Fashion Showg 12. Dance
Bandg 13. P.T.A. Programg 14. School Spelling Champ, 15. Outstanding Art Workg 16. Winners-Amen
ican Legion Pins-Januaryg 17. Drum Major, 18. 7th Grade Spelling Champg 19. Members, All-City Bandg
20, Wilitiers-American Legion Pins-Juneg 21. Book Week, 22. Winner-Patriotic Speech Contestg 23. Book
Weekg 24. Book Week, 25. 8th Grade Spelling Champ, 26. OH'icers-Student Council-Januaryg 27. Twinsg
28. Officers-Student Council-Juneg 29. Soloist-January Graduation Exercisesg 30. Book Weekg 31. Micro-
phone Boysg 32. Class Officers-januaryg 33. Poppy Posters, 34. Junior Baseball Champsg 35. Members, A11-
City Orchestrag 36. Perfect Attendance-7th-9th gradesg 37. Senior Basebal1,Champs.
Patrons of the
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Atendell
Mrs. Frank C. Aust
Frances M. Bailey
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Balogh
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bartlett
Mr. M. Bedrosian
Best Wishes from Your Fire-
men No. 33
M. B. Brock Grocery
Bullock Green Hdw. Co.
Frances D. Calcaterra
Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Caldwell
Osie M. Collier
Helen G. Connell
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Coon
Arthur W. Cronk
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cunov
Detroit School Janitors Ass'n
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Doyle
Dr. R. G. Edgar
Glen L. Ettinger
Mrs. Helen G. Fischer
Mr. and Mrs. K.H. Garabedian
Mr. Leo Garu
Girl Scout Troop 59
Lynn S. Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Aladar H.
Mrs. M. Hare
Higgins School Faculty
Irma E. Horst
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Horvath
Charles F. Kitchell:
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kubisch
Langers Auto Supply
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton H.
Marileen K. Lardie
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Looby
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Lytle
Mervyn John MacRae
Mr. and Nlrs. Watson R.
Mrs. E. Martin
Miss Jessie McCallum
Principal, Beam' School
Wilbert A. McClain, Jr.
Mary F. McGinnis
Mr. and Mrs. James Mearns
Grace S. Mills
Robert H. Naubert
Aileen W. Nichols
Dr. H. B. Nickels
Merle F. Perry
Dr. Alvin E. Price
Charles W. Proctor
Meta E. Reynolds
Mr. William A. Richards
Mrs. Gladys Ridley
Mrs. George Robertson
Al. St. Pierre Realty
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sedan
Alice M. Sours
Doris M. Tarrant
Mr. W. F. Wallington
Mrs. H. Wllittaker
Hazel S. Wilson
Rev. and Mrs. Gordon M.
R. C. Wood
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wray
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Yuhas
Mr. John Zanier
Business Directory and Index
Alumni Association .,.,............ Sec page 44
Parent Teachers Association .....,,. See page 37
P. L. Grissom Chevrolet, Inc.. ,....., See page 42
Southwestern Motor Sales, Inc. ....., See page 43
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS
Fox Barber Shop ,............... 2028 Springwells
Juliette Beauty Parlor, 8623 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-3420
Littlefield's Barber Shop .......... 2121 Springwells
Mary's Beauty Shoppe, 1141 Lawndale-Vi. 1-1934
Orchid Beauty Shop ..,...,.....,,.., See page 37
Margaret Ross Beauty Shop .l.,,......
RoudoH7's Beauty Salon, . 8303 Cahalan-Vi. 1-4929
Trost Beauty Shoppe. .7244 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-2783
Earl F. Guire ...,.... 7919 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-6030
Boldt Cigar Mfg. Co. .... 3430 Michigan-La. 0054
Ferndale Hat, Cleaners, and Shoe Repair .,.,.
Jerry the Hatter. , . ................ See page 37
C. E. Kubisch Dry Cleaning ..,...,....,.....
. ,.....,...,......... 5645 W. Fort-Vi. 1-3270
La Rose Cleaners and Dyers .,,...,,..,...,.
7238 Lafayette-Vi. 1-4770
Long Bros. Cleaners ..,. 2000 Lawndale-Vi. 1-1826
Mayflower Cleaners .... ........, S ee page 37
Senator Laundry and Dry Cleaners, 2026 Springwells
Steve's Cleaners .............,. ..... S ee page 44
Walter A. Bauman 7840 W. Vernor-Men's Shop
Dixie Credit Clothing Shops ....... See page 37
Sid's Cut Rate ....... 7820 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-9354
Buchanan Coal 84 Coke ,,... 7900 Dix-Vi. 1-4206
Cedar Coal and Cartage Co. ............ .
Gerisch Coal Co., Inc. .,.., 9925 Dearborn, Detroit
McFadden Coal and Ice Co. ....,,..., See page 41
Misrclc Coal ...............,...,.., See page 38
Owens Coal Co. ,,,,................ See page 37
Richardson Coal Co. .....,,....,..,. See page 44
Becker .,...,..,...., 1451 Springwells-Vi. 2-9627
Grace's Confectionery ,,., 1401 Lawnclalc at Homer
Wm. Hayes .. ,...., 7918 W. Fort-Vi. 2-9213
Johnnie's Sweet Shop, 2001 Springwells-Vi. 2-9763
Mrs. L. M. ,luchartz ,,.. 8300 Gartner-Vi. 2-9830
Norm's Confectionery ,..,,,.......... See page 37
Paradise Candy Shop ..,,.....,.. . See page 41
Steiner Confectionery. .. 6415 Regular-Vi. 2-9370
S. B. Youngblood .... 8327 W. Vernor-Vi. 2-9232
Wayne Creamery ...,,....,.,........ See page 39
Ricardeau Dance Studio ............. See page 41
Dr. Walter Chmiel ..............,....,...
. ,.... . , , . .,.,.... 2046 Springwells-Vi. 1-7284
Dr. S. Coggan ....... 7739 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-0633
Dr. G. N. Deming ..,, 8011 W. Vernor-Vi. 2-2440
Dr. J. I. Fairchild ...,.. 6406 W. Fort-Vi. 1-3421
Dr. S. L. Kingsbury ..... 5882 W. Fort-Vi. 1-0550
Drs. Morrison Bt Smith ..........,.....,.,..
.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2225 Springwells-Vi. 1-2152
Dr. E. C. Moss ...... 7657 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-1050
S. S. Kresge, No. 435 ,..... ............,..
The Padden Shop ,............,..........
. . . . . . . .7946 W. Vernor, Cor. Carson-Vi. 1-1727
F. W. Woo1worthCo. .,................... .
. . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . .7831 West Vernor-Vi. 1-5511
Kerrin Kollie Kennels ..........,..... See page 42
Jos. C. Parrent ...,... 7082 Lexington-Vi. 1-4746
Lincoln Square Flower Shop ..... ...,,.....
Ed Lutey, Florist . . , , .....,...,... See page 41
John H. Warncke and Sons ....,..,,..,.,..
Becker Bros. ...................,........ .
6200 and 6206 Fon: St. W.-Vi. 1-1993-1-1994
A. Black ,............. 1681 Lawndale-Groceries
H. M. Cherry ...........,.... 12724 Lauder
- Pure Maple Syrup and Honey- Ho. 7688
Paul Clark ......,.. 2229 Lawndale-Ice Cream
Detroit Union Produce Terminal ............
. . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fort and Green Streets-Detroit
Ferndale Fruit and Vegetable Market ...,.....
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7647 Vemor Hy. W.-Vi. 1-1753
Garan's Market ,......... .................
. . . . , . . . . .1311 Lawndale-Groceries and Meats
Edw. E. Kers IV1eats ,.............,...,....
. ..,............... 1848 Springwells-Vi. 1-0780
Kroger Grocery .,.... 7758 W. Vernor-Vi. 2-9235
Kroger Grocery and Baking Co. ..... See page 39
Kuhr's Market ..........,......... See page 40
Kuslirs Grocery and Meat Market ........,...
Lawndale Market .,,.........,...... See page 40
Willmen Lenard, Meats .,.,..............
,.,.7647 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-1753
Lincoln Square Grocery ..,............,..,.
..........6020 W. Fort-Vi. 2-9102
The New Marker ,...... . ,..... ...... S ee page 37
Jack Oppelz, Meats ,..,,, 1411 Beard-Vi. 1-0873
john A. Peters ........,............ See page 38
Rebert's Bakery ...... 7725 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-1285
Sam's Market ....... 8415 W. Vernor-Groceries
R. Schmoke's Meats. .8045 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-9612
Selsor's Market Groceries and Meats .......,.
C. F. Smith ..,...,. Mgr. M. Smiley-7000 Rowan
C. F. Smith Co. .,.....,.........,.. See page 38
Southwestern Market ......,..,....., See page 41
J. C. Streeter Meats . . .6430 W. Fort-Vi. 1-3753
Tasty Potato Chip Co. .............. See page 41
Turner's Groceries and Meats ......... 8301 Navy
WeislJerg's'Market. . .8640 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-6772
Ross E. Agla ........ 731 Rademacher-Vi. 2-2210
1. P. Ferguson ,,.....,..,......... See page 40
Moran and Duff ..,..........,,.... See page 43
Henry J. Stahl ......,, 7950 Fort W.-Vi. 2-0656
Alvin Furniture Co. ,....,,.. . , ..,. See page 43
Gardner-White Furniture Co. ....,... See page 38
Martin Furnace Co. . . 1918 Springwells-Vi. 1-1822
Blue Ribbon Garage .... 4847 W. Fort-Vi. 2-9803
George L. Young-Body Rep. .,....., See page 43
Harms Hardware ,........ .......... S ee page 43
Springwells Hardware Co. ..,... .... S ee page 40
F. E. Will, Jr. Hardware Co., . . ,... See page 39
Vernor Hospital and Throat Clinic, ........ .
George K. Bagley ......,.......... See page 42
Commercial Casualty-H. H. Jones .........
. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . .600 Majestic Bldg.-Cad. 5384
Bruce and Sarber .....,,...... .... S ee page 40
Weyhing Bros. .,.........,.., .... S ee page 44
Lowrie Lumber and Supply Co. ....... See page 39
Ridley and Marshall ,..,.......... See page 39
Young America .,.,......,....,.... See page 39
W. M. Chace Co.-Bimetals .... ,.... . . , . .
Frank J. Novak Foundry. Co. ............. .
.,....,. . 1545 Temple Ave.-Cad. 2426
Rachel A. Boldt-piano, pipe-organ ,...,.....
Dohrik Opticians .......,.......,., See page 42
Veterannaires Dance Band ....,...... See page 42
PAINTERQ AND DECORATOR
Max R. Steege .,.....,. 7258 Senator-Vi. 1-1647
Glass 8: Sullivan, Inc. .................... .
Rogers Pharmacy ..,,.. 6656 Fort, W.-Vi. 1-0438
Southwestern Drug .... 7000 West Fort-Vi, 2-9172
K. Altschuler .............,......., See page 38
Dr. S. R. Ashe ..... 8031 W Vernor-Vi. 1-0628
Dr. Harley J. Robinson. .25 Lawrence-To. 8-3034
PRINTERS AND ENGRAVERS
Heitman-Garancl Co. .........,..... See page 44
Service Engraving Co. ,....... ....... S ee page 40
Strang Printing ,.... 1362 Springwells-Vi. 1-8676
Woodmere Press ....... 2319 Norman-Vi. 1-6252
RADIO AND APPLIANCE
Payne's Radio Sales 8: Service ....,....... U. . .
W. FOKI-VI. 1-8080
Walker Music BL Appliance Co. ..,.... See page 41
Ariston Lunch .....,..... 8033-35 W. Vernor Hy.
Golden Pheasant Inn ,..,.....,,.... See page 42
Gray and Miller Grill-Home Cooking. , . . . . .
4. Night Hawk ........ 1406 Lawnclale-Vi. 1-7644
Hicks Stag Restaurant ,......... 1804 Springwells
Jimmie Kelly .... . . .2261 Waterman-Vi. 2-9512
Vernor Green Grill, . .7203 W. Vernor-Vi. 2-9723
Art's Service .......... ,.... C entral and Lafayette
Z. Bamoff Bc Soderstrom ..,.........,.. See page 38
3. J. Dauss Filling Station. 1709 Lawndale-Vi. 2-9797
Fetterly's Standard Service ....,,...,....,..
..................Vernor at Central-Vi. 2-9543
5. The Fire-Chief Service Station .....,. See page 41
6. Fischer Service Station ............,. See page 43
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Medlancl's Distinctive ............... ,......
................ 8001 Dix at Carson-Vi. 2-9340
Miller Service .................... See page 44
9. Railroad Oil Co. ,..,.., ....... 4 025 West Fort St.
10. Richert Service 61 Garage .,....,..... See page 39
11. Sinclair Refining Co. ,.............. See page 40
Springwells Service. .1001 Springwells-Vi. 1-8960
13. Ted's Friendly Service. ...,.............. ,.
. . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . .6939 W. Lafayette-Vi. 2-9580
Van Hotenis Service-Sinclair Products .... .
. 22nd and Porter-entrance to Ambassador Bridge
Community Shoe Repair 1665 Lawndale Ave.
1. .... .
2. Dan's Shoe Repair .,... 7642 W. Vernor Highway
Mr. G Kasbarian .......,.,,.............
. . . . . . . . . . 8636 W. Fort-Electric Shoe Repairing
Mr. John Paul-Artillery Shoe Repair ........
A. W. Beste. . 8625 W. Vernor Hwy.-Vi. 1-3199
Francine Boot Shop .........,..,. ........
. . . . . . . , . . . . 7752 W, Vernor-Next to Kroger's
Gene's Shoe Store .... 7814 W. Vernor-Vi. 1-0232
Charles Wissman ...... 6354 Fort St. West-Shoes
STAMPS FOR COLLECTORS
W. E. Banhagel ........ 2966 Central-Vi. 1-6918
PUBLIC STENO. AND NOTARY PUBLIC
E. Cochrane ........... 53 E. Elizabeth-Ch. 9000
A. Buclnik 6: Son ....,...,...,,,... See page 43
Interstate Motor Freight System ............
Lang Trucking Co.. . .7132 Lexington-Vi. 1-8292
Le Blanc's Wall Paper Store ................
W. Fort-Vi. 1-6537
THE NEW MARKET
Meats - Groceries
Fruits - Vegetables
1267 Lewerenz, Cor. Regular Vi. 1-2034
Take it to a Master Hatter . . .
Ladies' and Men's Hats Cleaned Properly
JERRY THE HATTER
"Where a promise is kept'
1631 Lawndale at Logan
Service Witlv a Smile
N ORM'S CON FECTION ERY
Homemade Ice Cream and
Vi. 2-9119 7400 West
OWENS COAL CO.
"The Best in Fuel"
3600 Central Vi. 1-5414
17301 Moran To. 8-2393
Dress in Style on Easy Creclit
MAYF LOWER CLEANERS
DIXIE CREDIT CLO Insured Moth-Proof Cleaning
SHOPS 2 Stores - We Deliver
7730 W. Vemor Highway 6043 W. Lafayette Vi. 2-2424
just west of Rio Theatre 6411 Regular Vi. 1-0182
6647 W. Fort Sr.
Know Your School Better
' The Wilson P. T. A.
Buy on Eafy Credit Term: at
6309 Mack 5607 W. Fort 7000
JOHN A. PETERS
Sausage and Meat Foods
near Mt. Elliott near Junction near Livuruois
"Everything for the Home"
Complete displays uf Furniture, Rugs, Radius, Ap-
pliances. etc. Trade in your old furniture,
etc. for a
lilyeral allowance. Low Rent locations save you money! W' Vernor
C. F. SMITH CO.
"We Serve to Serve Again"
1503 Springwells Avenue
Fred Thornton, Manager
Phone Vinewood 2-9726
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8745 Gratiot Ave.
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6650 W. Lafayette
6640 W. Fort +
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9655 W. Fort Vi. 2-9292
LUMBER 86 SUPPLY CO.
Lumber - Paint - Hardware
Home Improvements Financed
6408 W. Vernor Vi. 1-1700
RIDLEY AND MARSHALL
LIVE STOCK BROKERS
Detroit Stock Yards
J. P. FERGUSON
Springwells Hardware Co.
D. SOBEL, PROP.
2038 Springwells Ave.
Hardware, Paint, Glass, Cutlery
Engraving: in this
June 1938 QUILL furnished by
EN GRAVIN G COMPANY
Home of Quality Meafs, Groceries
Fruits, and Baked Goods
1136 Lawnc1a1e Ave.
Phone Vi. I-4059
SIN CLAIR REFININ G COMPANY
1761 Waterman Avenue
A. L. BRUCE
E. O. SARBER
2223 Springwells Ave., D
Phone Vinewood 1-2172 We Delive
1847 Green Ave.
We Carry a Full Line of
Fresh and Cold Meats
Walker 1VIusic 86 Appliance Co.
7626 W. Jefferson Vi. 2-1980
Complele Line of
Musical Instruments and Supplies
Radios and First Class Radio Service
Open 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M.
- Owners -
Louis Chick Joseph Sassak
8700 West Fort at Lawndale
Texaco Gas and Oil
Goodrich Tires and Batteries
GEORGE HAWKINS, Mgr.
6546 W. Fort at Rademacher
Meafs - Groceries - Produce
Telephone VI. 1-5758-We Deliver
Tel. Vi. 1-6858
713 Junction at Fort
Ballet - Spanish - Toe
Acrobatic - Ball Room - Tap
Adagio - Voice
Fall season opens in September
COAL - COKE - WOOD -- ICE
MOVING AND STORAGE
McFADDEN COAL AND ICE
8642 West Fort Street
PARADISE CANDY SHOP
Home Made Ice Cream and Candies
Always the Best
W. Vernor at Springwells
ED. LUTEY Compliments
Florist TASTY POTATO CHIP CO.
Ste-re and Greenhouse
12101 Grand River
"Potato Chips with that
2812 W. Fort La. 1432
GEORGE K. BAGLEY
Life. :Xcciclcnt :xml Health
RELIANCE LIFE INS. CO.
1214 Majestic Bldg., Detroit
Auto. Fire and Property
MICHIGAN MUTUAL AUTO INS. FO
of Traverse City, Michigan
311 Fox Blilg.. Detroit
Res. 7318 Lane Ave. Vlfnewood 1-1
Phone Vlnewood 1-6700
P. L. Grissom Chevrolet, Inc.
Formerly C 86 R Chevrolet Co.
PASSENGER CARS AND TRUCKS
6049 West Fort Street Detroit, Mich.
P. L. GRISSOM
Call us for your parties
"Enjoy Sweet Mclodiesj'
8760 Rathbone Ave., Detroit, Mich.
J. A. Fraites
fEdwin Denhy Post, A. L.1
Luncheons 11:30-2:30 P. M. TRinity 2-9831
Dinner 5-9 P. M.
Sunday Bl Holidays 12-9 P. M.
GOLDEN PHEASANT INN
eos PALLISTER STREET
Two Blocks North of Fisher Bldg.
On Second Blvd.
Nelle L. Hall, Mgr. Private Bridge Rooms
DOBRIIKUS, l'l.t.rl11'0.v you of firsi quality Icn.tc'.t,
mwlrulrlj' !ll'0l!l1!1 tn yarn' ,Hrc.vrrif1iun. Glizxxz'
filter! nm! Hlflflll' by .vleillrd rrzzfixmcn.
Dependable Glasses at Economical Prices
Room 1 Medical Art Bldg.
5800 VV. Fort Street
Entrance on Campbell Ave.
Call Vlnewoocl 1-0350
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wfiethoif
26670 Farmington Drive or Shiawassee Rd.
se i QU-'E
Route 3, Box 408, Detroit, Michigan
Out west un liaise Line Rel. CS-mile Ronrll to first
road on right, west of 'l'elc-grzipli Road
10011 llrwron-ull DEZll'l7U1'll Avenue
Q Vinewoocl l-4967
FLOYD S. OSTROM
SOUTHWESTERN MOTOR SALES, INC.
Authorized Ford1Sales and Service
7033-7039 WEST FORT STREET
Phone: Vlnewood 1-4200
Lincoln Parlc Branch: South Fort at Russell
GEORGE L. YOUNG
GENERAL BODY REPAIRING
Collision Work, Metal Bumping, Welding
Paint and Lacquer Finishes and Simonizing
Brolccn Glass Replaced
182 North Post Avenue
Near Southwestern H. S, Detroit, lVIich.
Phone Vinewood 1-1150
ALVIN FURNITURE CO.
Highest Grade Furniture from Factory to
You-Liberal Allowance on Your Used
Furniture-No Carrying Charge-No
Interest - Two Years to Pay
8715-21 W. Vernor Highway
A. BUDNIK 86 SON
6620 W. Fort Street Detroit, Mich
Sunoco Gas and Oil - We Grease
Tires and Batteries
7701 Dix at Central
Nelson Fischer Detroit, Mich
MORAN AND DUFF
6628 W. Fort Vi. 1-0429
7924 West Fort
Class Rings and Pins Caps and Gowns
Diplomas, Commencement Invitations
Woodrow Wilson Intermediate
WEYHIN G BROS.
304 Eaton Tower
THE QUILL-JUNE 1938
1405 Lawndale at Homer
Over 35 Years of Experience
Tires - Batteries - Accessories
Tire Repair - Battery Service
RICHARDSON COAL CO.
Where Quality and Service Count
4645 W. Fort Street
W. J. Miller Detroit Phones LA. 2281 LA. 6344
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