Detroit Central High School
As we are leaving Central High School
and those who for four years have guided us and urged us on toward the final
goal of victory, we wish to pay a special tribute to Mr. Wilbur G.
Burroughs, able grade principal of the House of Argonauts and the
friend and advisor of everybody.
All through our high school career Mr.
Burroughs has been an inspiration to us, for he represents the highest and
finest type of manhood, and the nobility and strength of his character has
found expression in the very bottom of our hearts.
For the kindly assistance he rendered
in guiding us through vicissitudes, for the wonderful encouragement, council and
attention he gave us, we, the Class of June, 1920, as a token of our
esteemed gratitude, dedicate to him this CENTRALITE to show that in the
heart of this class there is a keen appreciation of his unselfish interest.
By Ralph Hilliar
The time has come to say good-bye,
Good-bye to dear old Central High,
And though the future may be long,
We gather now to sing this song.
We come to say our last farewell,
And sadder than mere words can tell,
We now go out into the world,
With Central's banner, bright, unfurled.
In years to come of joy and strife
We'll follow it through all of life,
And our ideals will always be
Our gift from Central High.
The time has come when we must say
Good-bye to friends and classmates gay,
And though from Central's ties we part,
They're written deep on every heart.
Donald Frederick, President
Marion F. Taylor, Vice-President
Gladys L. Hensel, Secretary
Gus Bobertz, Treasurer
ACCHIONE, Bob - "And every day is ladies day with
ADAMS, Gwendolyn V. - "As merry as the day is long."
AGOPIAN, Lillian - "Women of few words are the best
BABCOCK, Kenneth - "Character is a diamond that scratches
all other surfaces."
BACON, Dorothy - "The flower of grace grows on a slender
BAKER, Phyllis B. - "A light heart lives long."
BALTER, Harold G. (no picture) - "Words, Words,
BALDWIN, Ethyl W. - "The type of perfect womanhood."
BARON, Morris (no picture) - "A lamb among men, a lion
BIELFIELD, Marion - "People who carry out their great
designs are few in number."
BIXBY, George - "My studies have all my time."
BLUMBERG, Abraham - "Great oaks from little acorns
BOBERITZ, Marion - "Nothing is given so profusely."
BORGMAN, William, Jr. - "I envy no man that knows more
than I do, but pity the man that knows less."
BRADWAY, Vaeda - "Could I love less I should be
BRISCOE, John - "He's tough, ma'm tough, is J. B. tough
BRINKMAN, Elizabeth - "By diligence she wins her
BROWN, Bessie K. - "A maid to whom was so much given, so
much of earth, so much of heaven."
BUCKLEY, John - "All wreathed in smiles his grinning
CAMPBELL, Willard W. - "Fame is only a bubble, but few can
produce the soap."
CAPLAN, Fara E. - "Happy, thrice happy, everyone who sees
his labor well begun."
CARLSON, Frank E. - "It is not what you do but how you do
CAROLIN, Louis - "Opprest with two great evils, age and
CHALMERS, Lucille - "A kindly grace of manner and
CHAN, Arthur - "Silent men, if few, are mostly good
CHANDLER, Harold - "He is very perfect, genteel
CLARK, William T. - "He was a good man and just."
CLOW, Frances M. - "Then on and on where duty leads, my
course is ever onward."
COOK, Hubert - "Young in limb, in judgment old."
CORN, Florence - "Prone to mischief, able to perform
CURTIS, Charles - "Were silence golden I'd be a
DAVIS, Franklin - "My heart is true as steel."
DUFFIELD, Mark - "God save the mark."
DUNSTAN, Roy - "I am slow of study."
ELDER, Beatrice W. - "A good disposition is more valuable
ERMAN, Lillie - "The blessing of earth is toil."
ESSER, Helen - "Her fingers shame the ivory keys they
dance so lightly along."
EVANS, Evelyn M. - "She is light hearted and gay, a
general favorite, so they say."
FALK, Duncan G. - "Here's to Art."
FEINBERG, Joseph G. - "Industry changes opportunity into
smiles and gold."
FEINSTEIN, Pearl - "Have faith in nothing but in
FELDSTEIN, Millicent E. - "Diligence is the mother of good
FISHER, Donald B. - "And what grins they do not
FISK, Charles D. - "To be happy is to be contented."
FLEISCHMAN, Ida S. - "Not much talk - a great, sweet
FLESHER, Claude - "I've seen the day of wrong through a
little hole of discretion."
FOSTER, Marguerite P. - "She's all that fancy painted
FREDERICK, Donald - "Idleness is an appendix to
FRIEDMAN, Betty - "Blest with talent and each art to
GALLOW, Arline - "This fair girl with dance and play,
trips light to the time of a new jazz lay."
GLEIM, Fritz, Jr. - "Happy I am, from care I'm free.
Why aren't all content like me."
GOBLE, Arthur M. - "Why work when there is play."
GOLDSMITH, Yetta - "Good things come in small
GOLDSTEIN, Harold A. - "The world knows little of its
GOLDSTEIN, Mollie - "Great deeds are natural to grear
GORDON, Lillian - "In doing what we ought, we deserve no
praise, for it is a duty."
GREENBAUM, Joe - "Resist the devil and from you he
GROSSMAN, Herbert I. - "Clever men are good, but they are
not the best."
HAMBURG, Thelma - "She is as good as she is fair - none on
earth above her."
HARLEY, Margaret A. - "Youth comes but once in a life
time, so I'll use it while I may."
HARRIS, Dorothy - "Pretty to walk with and witty to talk
HARRIS, S. D. - "Condemn not the fault, but the doer of
HENSEL, Gladys L. - "Just dainty enough to be neat."
HUREVITZ, Reuben - "It takes a wise man to discover a wise
HILLIAR, Ralph - "And so curses he all Eve's daughters of
what complexion soever."
HOETEGER, Margaret L. - "A heart noble and devoted to the
HORWITZ, Shurly - "Rather than thirty shillings I read my
book of verse and sonnets."
HURLBUT, Dolores F. - "Full of noble thoughts."
HUMPHRY, Mary J. - "All may do what has been done."
ISENBERG, Rosa N. - "Work right on through censure and
ISKOWITZ, Irving - "Fair words never hurt the
JACOB, Jaffe - "Come not within the measure of my
JONES, Burwell - "I dote on his very absence."
KEISER, Theodore - "Take your time."
KELSEA, Kenneth - "It is good to know the unknown."
KING, Edward - "Still waters run deep."
KOVACK, Alexander - "Why frown when you may smile."
KOZLOW< Herman - "I would rather be right than
KRELLOVITZ, Dorothy M. -"Her air, her manners, all who saw
KWASELOW, David - "He is brought as a lamb to the
LAMKIN, Mary E. - "Just mischief enough to tease."
LEVIN, Sam J. - "I'm full of vim and vigor."
LEVIN, Eva - "Nothing in this woman is so good as
LEIBOVITZ, Nathan - "It is a poor sport that is not worth
LIPSHITZ, Helen - "Blessed with plain reason and sober
LORKEE, Olaf - "Just at that age twixt boy and
LONG, Elizabeth S. - "Henced loathed melancholy."
LUXMORE, Emerson - "A dinner lubricates business."
MANSFIELD, Cyrena C. - "Better to be small and shine than
large and cast a shadow."
MAXMEN, Anna E. - "The mirror of all courtesy."
McBRYDE, Elizabeth - Your spirits shine thru you."
McCULLOCH, Queenie - "As good be out of the world as out
MERETZKY, Issy - "Do you think I am easier to be played on
than a pipe."
MOWERY, Mabel - "I am very fond of the company of men.
I like their vivacity and I like their silence."
MOYER, Marion - "Happy, thrice happy, one who sees his
labor well begun."
MUSKOVITZ, Ervin - "I like lady fingers."
NAVARRE, Ruth - "She is a woman that may be won."
NICHOLSON, Rosalie E. - "More is thy due than all can
NOACK, Walter - "I will speak daggers to her, but use
OATES, Stanley - "With all his crimes broad blown as flush
OPPENHEIM, Royal - "Strive to do what's right."
OSBORN, James C. - "A proper man as one may see on a
PASTERNACKIE, Arthur - "Here's metal more
PELMEAR, William A. - "I have a thirst for
PHELPS, Gladys - "A fund of inborn graciousness."
PHILLIPS, Harold - "I worship the angels above."
PLATT, Harry H. - "A rhapsody of words."
PLOETZ, Fred - "Some are wise, some otherwise."
PORTER, Eleanor M. - "Knowledge is the great sun in the
firmament. Life and power are scattered by its rays."
POSTLES, Mary F. - "Better not be at all than not be
POTTER, Russell P. - "The lady doth protest too much me
PURSE, Gilbert - "A king of shreds and patches."
PYLE, Allyne F. - "A full blown flower of glorious
REYNOLDS, Elizabeth M. - "Sucess comes in cans;
failure in can'ts."
RIGGS, Ester - "If the heart of man is depressed with
cares, the mist is dispelled when this woman appears."
ROSENSTEIN, Esther - "I can never be but by doing or
producing something great."
ROSENTHAL, Laura H. - "To those who know thee not no words
can paint, to those who know thee all words are faint"
ROSS, Marjorie A. - "How near to good is what is
ROSTANKOWSKI, Anna G. -"Be sure you are right then go
ROTHSTEIN, Alice - "The heart giveth grace to every
RUFFKESS, Gertrude - "A woman of cheerful yesterdays and
RYAN, Elsie G. - "All must be earnest in a world like
SCHERER, William - "Handsome, blythe, debonair."
SCHNYDER, Jack - "Oh, let me sleep on in peace."
SCHUSTER, Max - "A pearl of great worth."
SELIK, Rebecca J. - "I would rather excell others in
knowledge than in power."
SHANNON, Hugh H. - "Calm and unruffled as a summer
SILVERSTIEN, Ben - "If you wish to be uncritisized, say
nothing, think nothing, do nothing."
SILVER, Felix - "And virtue tho in rags, will keep me
SINGER, Annie - "Plain truths need no flowers of
SOBAOLE, Rose H. - "Speak to me as I am."
SOLOVICH, Celia - "Be sure that you are right, then go
SNELL, Katherine E. - "He who respects himself is safe
SNYDER, Elizabeth - "Care to our coffin adds a nail no
doubt; but ever a grin so merry draws it out."
SMIT, Harry - "A pursuer of the golden winged
STIEN, Helen R. - "We can not always oblige but we can
always speal obligingly."
STOLARSKY, Isadore - "Who to himself is law, no law doth
STORER, Frank - "Under the clock."
STROH, Wm. - "Always murmuring like a babbling
SWAN, Donald - "An angel, or if not, an earthly
TAYLOR, Elva A. - "Common sense in an uncommon
TAYLOR, Marion F. - "Venus they call me, Venus I am
TIERNEY, Sophia - "It's better to be meek than
TREBLE, Jack - "Handsome is as handsome does."
TRIPP, E. - "A shy and uncomplaining rose."
TOUSEY, Francis J. - "Love truth, but pardon error."
TULLER, Lew W. Jr.
UNDERWOOD, Juanita M. - "Courteous, tho coy, gentle, tho
VAN ZANDT, Virginia - "I find earth not gray but
WALL, Irene - "Man must have something higher than self to
WARRING, Charles - "A man to the core."
WATT, Ralph E. - "Deep versed in books, but shallow in
WEBB, Joseph F. Jr. - "Accidents will occur."
WEISBERG, Augusta - "Character is higher than
WEISBERG , Samuel - "All is quiet along the Potomac."
WENNERLAND, Donald - "A womans' only a woman but a good
cigar is a smoke."
WILLIS, Bessie - "'Tis not what man does that exhalts him,
but what he would do."
WILLIS, Isadore - "Study not, for ignorance is
WINKOWSKY, Max - "They were guided by a pillar of
WISNER, Ardis P. - "Surer to prosper than prosperity could
have assured us."
This list was transcribed by H. Johnson in December 2002
If any additional information in the yearbook is desired for a particular
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