Forest Avenue High School - Forester Yearbook (Dallas, TX)

 - Class of 1928

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HELEN RICE ' X Pretty, witty ,V and X 7 " pleasant' ' 'KATHEjRIN, GRIFFIN V Clever. 5' V l V EIDA COBBLE ' Dearest one. N I FRANK PARRINO I , Ya! Everybody I likes him. , ,I J. . ,N I , ,l LORMAVNX-FAYE CALIIIT Sincereqfl 'N N ,r',5'5 I YLJOKRIS WILLIS' - Always right orgwrang, , ,L A HALLEIN BIIRNHALM ttraeti-ve land! rather l quiet. , l I' - EVELYN IKRAMER V ,xHShe has blue eyes. ' AEDQAR 'MARDER l A V A Slumber on, - x Q-I--, 1: 14- ' wi A MARGARLE'i'1BLA1iElM16,RE J Sl1efldughs.' ' l X 3 W , X ABE LEON . E E VVise:old owl.- lb MINNIE WYLE E ' , Slow but .turd X - z X 4 Hug , CHRISTINA LINDAHL Military genius. SYLVAN VKARCH MER Silver tongue. ' XRUTH MUNZESHEIMIR Logic is logic. -Rh I, NI' I V ff? N ' f i ,PX iflllb :N V 1 ,Tv 143 f fi ' , i X' UW" ., J Y ' W 1 I 'wlwgg r M 'M ' N f I + , f O27 W 9 lg! Wifi iff W W4 N ! 4 J KIKUMQZX A1 . ' ' - l J, lf 1 ,il xx 'fl , L A wr 12 K X1 j ' W" - f 1 , . wi X-X .. X if DQR1s,kH7ENR1q1is?js1f, ,5'f5?iHu?f1i?3s'if14 ff? 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' V, -' I ,. t' ,,-4 " is 'f' ,FA ROSTER, HB" COMPANY Duff, Wren Bilger, Albert Garrett, Thomas Munon, Merrill Harwood, George Langley, Charles Adrian, Irving Barker, Walter Blair, George Bowling, Harry Brown, Arthur Carter, Leslie . Cobbel, Eli Downing, Herman Edwards, J. T. Captain Sorenson, Neils F irft Lieutenant Anigle, Harold Second Lieutenant: Pruett, Albert F irft Sergeant Fisher, John S er geantx Lagow, Fay Landress, James Brown, Joe N W Jordan, Maurice ,fly it Corporal A Hewett, R. C. Trirfates Hicks, John Hilterbrand, William Kimmell, Isadore Monk, J. C. Morris, Gordon Morrow, Douglas Minx, Emmitt Murphy, Hardy Neely, Henry Orr, George Jttaelzed Sergeant Speckman, Raymond Paternostro, Vincent Routt, Oneal Suggs, O. B. SaVells, Thomas Sowell, Melvin Williams, Henry Williams, Robert Williams, Wilbur Zapp, Alfred ROSTER, "C" COMPANY Parker, Gardner Mims, Woodson Bishop, Merritt Thompson, Donald Horton, Kenneth Wright, Odell Michaelson, Max Bentley, Chandler Cahn, Albert Clem, Stanford Cameron, Donald DeVoe, Brewster Gordon, George Herman, George Harman, Johnnie Captain Hester, Fred F irst Liezttenantf F irft Sergeant Zumwalt, Richard S er geant: Corporalf 'Privatex johnson, Dale Jones, Harold McKinney, Eldon Moskowitz, Arthur Motley, Richard Porch, J. C. Siegel, Nathan Hilburn, Arthur Arant, Harvey Coleman, Robert Kavanagh, James Black, Roy Haynie, George House, Alden tffttaelzed Jllafter Sergeant Parks, Paul .lttaelzed S er geant: Epperson, Dudley Spence, Eugene Stone, Mitchell Stone, Walter Swayze, Fred Turner, Harry Van Slyke, Anson Winters, Jack Yonack, Melvin A- J' -xg 6 X 'ox' . I il X Q ROSTER, MD" COMPANY Turner, James Calvit, Collis Shor, David Stern, Eugene McCallum, Carl Marshall, Marion Pirozzo, Philip Eades, Carroll Allen, Scotty Athas, Sam Aven, Junior Burt, Lamon Carp, Edwin Cohen, Frank Conley, J. W. Cory, Nolan Fitzgerald, Jim Franz, A. Captain Willis, Morris Firft Lieutenant Chatfleld, John S eeond Lieutenant: F irft Sergeant Parsons, Jim Bill S ergeantx Corporal! Trivate: Glass, Charles Gray, Lee Hancock, Jimmie Lamb, William Light, Aron Miller, Edison Miller, Isadore Nathan, julian Newton, Earl Payne, Preston Peters, Joseph Southard, William Cox, Taylor Kurlan, Charles Tucker, Russell Bock, Morris Cahn, Albert Pulis, Carl Renfro, William Ross, J. D. Smith, W. W. Sorensen, Jimmie Stafford, jack Strangi, Albert Thompson, Rike Weinstein, Max Wright, Carl ,J ' J 'XY-xe-l,, md, , n. ROSTER, "E" COMPANY Hall, james Sehnert, Louis Farrell, Clinton Mayerhoff, Herman Corman, Hyman Haddox, Hulen Rezek, Willie Genzel, Otto Allen, Clyde Bane, Grady Berger, Morris Bilger, George Blaylock, Glen Butler, Fred Beach, Dan Moxley, Thomas Captain Green, Frank Fir:t Lieutenant Wright, Ray Seaond Lieutenant: F rrrt Sergeant Hockwald, Everett S er geant: Corporal: Triwate: Cornelison, Roy Curry, E. Gibson, Carl Herman, Ben Holder, Horace Holland, Wali Jacobs, Conrad London, Henry Fry, Frank Tully, Steve Harper, Pistole, Knight, Miller, Knight, Lawson Allen Wesley Henry George Lambert, William London, Raymond Lenzen, Lawrence McCallum, Samuel Williams, Finis Williamson, Ernest Jttaahed S ergeant: Evans, Sammie if el 1 ff' 41,7 , 3 . ' 'fx-'X . AN fe -. . ,,f-ff 1: " ll' 1 ,VA" P P 'Agn ,, ROSTER, UF" COMPANY Swango, Adron Vratis, Socrates Calvit, Wiliam Stegman, Sterling Howard, Milburn Gleason, J. L. Proctor, Maxwell Kelly, James Beck, Abe Arons, Eugene Bennett, Francis Berwald, Arthur Buckmeyer, Woodrow Coan, Worth Cooper, Jim Webb Captain Pribble, Rufus F irst Lieutenant Ryan, Jack Second Lieutenant: F int Sergeant Crowdus, Jack S er geant: Corporalr Triaate: Dickinson, Edwa Fielder, Elliott Finklea, Robert Frey, Lawrence Garison, Arlie Goltz, Isadore Goldstein, Jack Gottlich, Arthur rd Kahler, Vernon Callahan, jesse Minx, Marvin Pevehouse, J. C. Proctor, Roderic French, Claude Lemastcr, Edwin Levene, Philip Lief, Fred Morgan, John Muirhead, Bobby Renner, Perry Williscraft, Lenox asf ' f , -fi, Adams, Woodrow Berger, George Blake, Billy Bourland, Charles Bailey, Thomas Brooks, Leslie Chaney, Edmund Clayton, James Cosnahan, H. M. Cox, Hamilton ROSTER, "G" COMPANY Klindworth, Law Green, Robert Strock, George Quinn, Lawrence Tims, Lehman Robison, Herman Pederson, Harold Pollard, Charles Hatchett, Austin Captain Sams, Malcolm F int Lieutenant Thompson, Franklin Second Lieutenant: TCHCC Coker, G. P. F int Sergeant Rothschild, joe Sergeant: Tucker, VVayne Piper, Carroll Jansen, Harry Depoma, Charles Corporal: Sawyer, George Carson, Richard jolly, James Trivate: Davidson, C. E. Davis, W. Evans, Vernon Fitzgerald, June Freeman, Newton Fryar, Wilson Gayliarklo, Charles Grant, Vernon Haywood, Harry Howard, Edward Jennings, Jim Kleinman, Sigmund Lewis, Robert McClung, Wilburn McMillan, General Mack, Lee Mitchell, Harry Poston, George Reimer, john Rogers, Clarence f Rothschild, Bernard Slaughter, O. T. Schramm, Robert Schinder, Willie Sinclair, Henry Stein, Philip Watts, Russel Webster, Fred Wilson, Mitchell Vin Sant, Jack l f A--A-M , W G,-U x JAR 4 C un- 5 b gg S S a X' y 1 !Qlj"llll ullmh 1:, .Ir Vlmgnqiwi Q ,xx nlll'Y U0 If "ThlInrfIllIF"'fllumrIp " W! qlltxugnrlhillmmjl 2 I X JIM " RT has become foolishly confounded With education" is the note- worthy opinion of Whistler, the venerable American artist. But, contrary to this famous painter's belief, art in Forest has become confoun- ded With education only by the minority. The most cultured student would greatly prefer the popular print to the stroke of Rembrandtls brush. Art, argues the dissenter, is a talent not to be included in the education of high school students. The art depart- ment of Forest is looked upon by the faculty and student body as one of the most essental elements in the institution. Under the most able guidance of Miss Rettie K. Ensor, the quantity and quality of this division have grown tremendously. The pupils are not simply taught commercial art, they are taught the fine technique of a superior grade. The Work and lives of the old masters are studied most extensively. Rembrandt, Reynolds, Da Vinci, Millet, Corregio, Bon- heur, Michelangelo, and countless numbers of the greatest portrayers of Nature are studied. Paintings, be it known, form only a small measure of the art studied. Statues, pen and ink, pencil, charcoal, show-card, and linoleum Work are among the several courses traversed by the youthful art pupil if he studies art the four years of his high school life. JN CCONTINUEDD The beginners of art are given the fundamentals and underlying principles of the subject. They begin with the study of the color chart. The second year pupils study still life. It is to be noted that the freshman and sophomore artists are limited to the use of only water colors, pencil, and perhaps the pen. The third and fourth year students are termed ad- vanced artists, that is, they have completed their study of the principles of art and are prepared to take up the study of more finished Work. They are taught the use of charcoal, show-card painting, oil painting, linoleum cutting, and are given a thorough study of pen and ink Work. Naturally, each student does not undertake to study most of them and endeavors to become skilled in at least one. Regardless of all these courses, to study the great masters of art and their lives is far more pleasing and important. The year of 1928 proved a period of arduous work and tedious study. A scant half dozen advanced pupils, beginning at the opening of school in the fall, spent the entire year in supplying this publication with illustrations or "cuts," Little time was left for them to participate in the poster contests throughout the city. It is generally accepted that a close study of pen and ink Work is far more valuable than that of poster work. The youthful artists of Forest are invaluable in doing the illustrating Work for the school publications. A , L , . r ' 'Q W eff I , . K A , R Boys' glee Club HE president of the Glee Club is Winston Wilsong vice-president, Clay Hines, secretary, Joe Davis, sergeant-at-arms, Nolan Williams, sponsor, llfliss Wilcoxg pfanist, Virginia Simms. During the Christmas Holidays part of the club sang a Christmas Cantata at North Dallas High, and later all the boys sang the same Cantata at the Christmas assembly. The Glee Clubs of Dallas appeared at the Palace Theatre and at the Christmas Tree on the Ferris Plaza. The clubs entertained at the 'first meeting of the Dad's Club and at the meeting of the South Dallas Improvement League, then, too, it was the Glee Club that sponsored the dance given at the carnival. The coming Carusoes are: Winston Wilson, Nolan Williams, Clay Hines, Joseph Davis, and Billy Amato. Richard Allison Billy Amato Harris Awalt Melbert Bale Ralph Bloom Marchman Brown Oliver Cato Ely Cohen Joseph Davis Carl Dufhe Walter Fannin PERSONNEL Woodrow Goodman Paul Grant Allyses Grant Chester Hart Robert Hill Clay Hines Reeder Holiman Albert Jones Bernard Jordan Henry Klepak Isadore Portnay r Marion Reaves Audry Riggs John Rubin Winston Rumsey Sidney Smilowitz Buster Stagner Lewis Turk Nolan Williams Hugh Woodward Irwin Yonack Virginia Simms. PERSONNEL i l O rclzestra OREST has several ve'ry promising musicians in its orchestra, among these are Emmett McClain and Lois Charninsky, members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and Pem Davenport, who brings honor to Forest by being the only representative from Dallas to the National High School Orchestra Convention, held in Chicago during the early part of April this year. Pem is a very accomplished pianist. He also plays several Wind instruments, drums, and tympani. This last instrument he played in the National High School Orchestra. In the All-City Orchestra Contest to determine the representative of Dallas at the Annual State High School Orchestra Contest, held at the Texas Woman's College, April 14, Forest won second place, losing by only one point to North Dallas. J. C. Bain Pem Davenport Myrt Dixon Clarence Eltrich Leroy Emlry Abe Fox Samuel Godwin William Hilterbrand Jack Kirschner Jake Masinter Emmett McClain Robert Monroe James Rhodes Raymond Robison Ben Rogers Lois Charninsky Louis Rosenberg, Jr. Robert Roth Henton Smith Eugene Stern Maxwell Thornton Billy Duncan Mable Atnip Marie Barnett Mary Ross Cohle Angie Coppedge Margie Lynn Cowan Frenda Davenport Mildred Dodd Thelma Franklin Dhelma Hoysen Thelma Hoysen Lois Hawpe Francis Kraft Oleta Robison Aleene Sessums Addie B. Smith Billy Duncan H ome Economics HE study of home economics includes three large divisions: I. foods, or domestic science courses, which deal with food and nutrition, 2. clothing, or domestic art courses, which deal with textiles and clothing, and 3. home economics courses, which deal with house-management, home nursing, house-planning, and interior decoration. By these studies the girls develop such abilities, technical skills, and attitudes as will contribute direct- ly towards a fuller realization of three important social objectives of high school training--health, character, and Worthy home-membership. These courses are intended to give preparation for so many of the more important problems of the home and family. The subject of food is such a broad one that many present-day scien- tists are finding a life-Work in its study. The home economics girl realizes that if she Wishes to be Well, strong, happy, and full of vim, she must choose her food carefully. The aims of the girls in the Domestic Science I classes are to study food selections, preparation, nutritive value, meal plan- ning, and serving, to acquire a knowledge of kitchen efficiency, to develop good health habits, and to improve etiquette in the home. Domestic Science 2 is a continuation of the study of foods and their prepartion. This includes the study of food preservation, flour mixtures, candies, and frozen desserts. Domestic Science 3 deals with Dietetics. This includes the ap- plfcation of the principles of nutrition to the feeding of the family, with emphasfs on the relative value of the different foods. This also teaches selection and preparation of food in relation to the sick. H ome Economics CCONTINUEDJ One of the slogans of the World War, "Food will win the VVar,', confirms the fact that food is not merely something that tastes good, or that relieves the sensation of hunger, but that it is a vital factor in achieving one of the noblest ideals of all time. The relative purpose of the Domestic Art CSewingQ classes is:-to teach careful habits in sewing and the value of systematic care and repair of clothingg to develop an understanding of the principles of health, com- fort, and serviceability in their relation to textiles and clothingg to give a knowledge of textiles, which will lead to a wise selection and purchase of materialsg to develop an appreciation of beauty of line and color in cloth- ingg to teach the girls to like to sew and to sew wellg and to teach girls to save and spend the family income or individual earnings eHiciently and intelligently. Home Economics 7 tends to create an interest in the home, to develop an appreciation of art as applied to the home, to teach house-planning. The study of Home Economics 8 develops the ideals and standards which will serve as a basis for the solution of family problems and gives training in the importance of good health habits in home nursing. The care of children is also studied. All these branches of home-life studies tend to further the development of civilization and are some of the most important courses to be had in high school or college. Silks-. .Say N , WE M-if Y E wuz 251' PID R. ,NQV 'Si' W2 5242 Sik .Q my 0 ' 'o ' IH! Ill . . , .I r. rg 1- N. fs'-B' ? N 1 .-9 "N"l,' 0 'mi' 1.5277 'IA,,. via'--P-.c., .fqno-. . ' ' J 'f.j'JU'C 'J 4. . 'll ' ' 'Aiwa kk G'-Z lam. ? .2'3J,L.Q,s'q.?- Qc 'D vw.. - 1. ' s ,X,.N 6. Shi- who laughs Hrst stirs strife. ' 6, who laughs Inst dries ths dishrs. 9: ? ca 1 Q, 0 Q A N M ' r . '. rg j I 1 X uv ,Q re pf Q 5. ll' Q.-Yrb A IPI A' A He le n D-'mg THE FORWARD PASS ' Mu' X x 4.x mb Dream girls andvun- shavvn faces. ff' 1 " 55:01. E -:' ' M Q 'Mimi' ! X ' 1 Mr'x. Erccin: '4What docs this ' Af' wx 60 on your report card 1'UL'2ll'l?7, ful' "Honk',: "Don't knowg temper- Wi ,pp uture of the room, I s'pose." J v I 'rj' l JG K' 'I .., "' -.. i QI lm If PM I J ...ii 91 "' 'll 1 E , 'ff I., 'A , I 1 I Q f77'!f7107.4LlfLl!777 xl N ' ' ' ' I ff x 1".4x,,"u 5 vii A A ww fl X :Q K f 9 l "gg 4 Q 5 9? 1 Q9 J X ,., 1 eieuv I Y? Q ' X 'iff -Nl:-J l 5 - cf' . A ' X K ,1 ea l ' X fm '61 0 05 . uf H' 1. If 1 . e 'GOI A F 'Z 011,114 'ffl 1 ' ' V ll' Y..L"51fw o g? 'ill . Q , .T ' 1' 'f . f ,k '? ef' Y' ,VIA M, T Qymnczsium EACH term the Gymnasium Department has had over five hundred girls enrolled for the physical training course. This number is almost one-third of all the pupils now attending Forest. At the beginning of the football season Forest found that she did not have any organized pep squad, but the gym instructors, Miss Mabel Shaw and Miss Locille Segrist, undertook to train thirty-two girls for the pep squad. The pep squad did its Work Well in arousfng the support of the school. The Dad's Club thought the squad so important that it sent the girls to Cleburne with the football team. Fifty dollars was presented to the Forest Gym Department by the Red Cross for a second prize in selling the largest amount of poppies on Ar- mistice Day. In assembly, January 20, a program of winter-time dances was given by the gym girls. In addition, two gymnasium demonstrations have been given by the gym department this past term. The one on April 20 con- sisted of games, stunts, dances, and drills, showing the technical part of the physical education work, and the one on May I7 was made up of various dances of the civilized peoples from ancient times to the present generation. The costumes were both appropriate and effective. ig,-p.-.?.? N... , ., L ,, W-, fl i I l 4 E 1 I 5 I 2 L I i E l F l E i i 4 E E i 2 1 1 l E , i V i i i 1 I i E l i i i 1 ' . V " Lexx.. LZ ,,.f"13 J .. 4 fe' ff . f' A ff' --F. TX QA.,--1' T1 A N gy mmzsium CCONTINUEDJ The girls of Section IA8 Were the winners in the annual volley ball tournament, which is taken part in by all the gym classes, and the IB3's were victorious in the baseball tournament. The friendly rivalry created by these contests is of great benefit in teaching good, clean sportsmanship. Indeed, the code of a good Sportsman is the keynote of all gymnasium ac- tivities. One of the chief drawing cards of the carnival held at Forest on lVIarch 9 was an entertainment by Genelle Adams, Marguerite Tobow- losky, Pearl Pilkington, and Mary Elizabeth Better, who represented the gym department. This act consisted of individual dances and some of the regular gym dances and games. This is only one instance of the good Work that the gym department is continually doing for the benefit of the school. Girls who take gym not only learn dances, games, drills and stunts, thus getting the excellent exercise which the average girls of high school do not indulge in, but also obtain instruction in health habits. Gym is the course for fat girls who Want to reduce, for thin girls who want to get fat, and for girls of the right size who want to stay that way. ' A-1 , A"' .,fyj:141g,,x " 1 1'-.Zjf.,,, 1 ., Qif - . - iii' ' ' ' V 4' - -, .L . . ' ' Q ".f2':-Ez 1 .Q ' W A 1,21 . -3.11 ,t I I 1 , A .121 xi -- -sr - - f .- -. IT ,,.A I: Q 3, V-fix "" f I "" -xsv , X . z. ' ' ,. 5"cl gg D' Q1 Pf - , .V -L j .-QQ.-1-mr 11-,-.-M-.H 14' 1 kj., L 'kc' lka' J rn, f ' 'b ,AN , A ' 'H 'J-. Y- -fi-v V 4'f""4 . VX 'J' ' 1 'Q '- ww ' 1 firsfi g V . 5 Q ,j ' 4 ' y , t' gg. -, I-' 'f , sw ,gn f K1 : W. 'wr - g I . ,-E a n d . vf ,FJ w 1 v NN ral :'f5311'f' - , f ' fs H- N ,Q '1 ' ,. ,V..,., ' .A Q: V g,.g:,,1q -1 -. 3313,-,V H-,:,,pK,.z:,5'-u3,g5gy' AQTE TE 5 - , few. r we A1 ,vw Q Q. mr. 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I . f fi-T 03 2-'lj E w"X Y Q3 I nl l H v f "Qug,,1v' - If Twp Im, W Xxx rj 11? 1 " ' I K X 1 Z ' 33 . ' F , ' ff b 5 f 1: Q X . 1.1 .2 S ,tw N 'muy -.. 533' - ' nl. XX , 5 1 X --- A .2 ff 1 F 'V 'Qi f in-ff! ffl! mf! A Eb if gp ls lun: I t ' llllll Ill I, 6 -.1 ' il ' gs 'III l M c 1-1 1 'Sw' ' dl 5' , 1 I 'Inu V 'nh 0 ' 0 . ' 0 k U, M' A ' Crestha HIS year marks the twelfth year of one of the most popular A social clubs at Forest-the Crestha. During the years of its existence, we have studied art, music, drama, short stories, poetry and the lives of great men and women of America. This year's subject was the study of opera, under the direction of Jewell Bonner, program chairman. "The Crestha Capersf' an annual entertainment given by the club, was unusually successful this year. Each girl took part in- as-much-as they "broke loose" from the unusual banquet and gave a dance and bullet supper combined. The decorations were purple and gold, the club colors. The music was furnished by Louis Forman's orchestra. Much to their sorrow, the Crestha girls lost Miss Plummer, their faithful sponsor since the club's organization. She is now Hazel Price Mrs. VVynn Woolley. The present sponsor is Miss Berry.. OFFICERS F all Term S pring Term HAZEL PRICE .......... ,.....,,., T' refiflefzt ,..,,,,... ,,,,,,,,,,.., H AZEI, PRICE MILIJRED MOORE ,,,,,,, ..,,,, V ice-Tprxerident ..,,,, .,c,,,, M ILDRED MOORE JEYVELL BONNER ....l,....... l..,... . Secretary ,..,, ,.,,....,,,,..,, J EYVELL BONNER BERNICE LANCSTON ..,,,,,,.,,, .,.. . ,-.?Z'reaJurer ......., .,,.,............. M ARGARET Woou Miss LOTTIE PI,UIvIIvIER ...... . .,,... Spomor ..,,., ..., . ,.MlSS WILLIE MAE BERRY MEMBERS Mildred Moore Margaret Wood Margaret Thornton Emily Payne Lcontinc Sticksel Lillian Price Kathleen Price Helen Rice Althea Green Martha-Holitik Frances-,Crim Virginia-,Akgrb Eloise Birdwell' Addie Mae Vickery Bernice Langston Jewell Bonner Wilma Brock Ruth Peoples Azilee Holt Violet Boarchart Corrine Tillcry Claudine Haynes Mary Julia Waller Dorothy Shepherd Frenda Davenport Genelle Adams Dorothy Fink Juanita Aven Rosa Lee Farley Mae Dell Brown ' V 1 6 N oi i 1 i i E I I l i 1 I i . i i ii il l li 5 S y m poszum , HE Symposium Club, "The Merrymaking Girls" of Forest, ii is a group of real girls, who enjoy sports and parties and T dances and picnics-and who revel in providing pleasure. A pic- i nic for the track team, teas, and showers for the lucky members, 1 baskets and presents for the needy at Thanksgiving and Christ- i mas, and a big part in the school carnival, are only a few of their activities. Their regular club meetings and programs are limited i in merriment only by a certain observant decorum. y OFFICERS F all Term 'Y' S pring Term 1 LENA FREY ........... .,........,..... T rexident 7,,, ,,,,, ..,.... E s THER CHANEY i ESTHER CHANEY ,,,, ., W Y ,..,.., Vice-Ygferidefzt ,,,.,,, ..,... . .EVELYN KRANIER i MARY L. HUCKABY ,,,,, ,.,,,,, , Secretary, ,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,.,, B ILLY GREEN 1 DoRoTHY HERR..-.- ,..... ,, ,.......,,, ffrezzfurer. ...,,,,, .......... E VELYN DEMPSEY Q EVELYN DEMPSEY ,l,,,,,,,,. ,,.,,, S 67'g5ll7Zf-df-efq7'77ZJ' .,.. , ..... OSCAR NELL BUTLER 3 Miss MYRTLE Fos'rER ..,,,, ,,,,,... S pmzmr ....,... ,,,,,si lN fliss MYRTLE FOSTER MEMBERS i Esther Chaney Pauline Serain Gladys Gardner ,E Evelyn Kramer Christina Lindahl Mary Patty Agnew ' Evelyn Dempsey Anna Belle Smith Ethelda Maicwell ' Mary Louise Huckahy Margie Saunders Beatrice Mimms 'Esther Webb Hallein Burnham Billie Hayle , Margie Dozier Marie Randall Vivian Schroeder i Maurine Fulwaler Lucille Burruss Geraldine Martin i Juanita Thompson Mabel Gardner Helen Ross E Billie Green Gladys VVilliams Thelma Watson Mildred Amendson Dorothy Fryar Pauline Agnew l Oscar Nell Butler Francis Van Slyke Lillian Pribble E Angie Coppedge Dorothy Cook Pearl Pilkington i Mary L. Malcomesnius Ruth Stogstill Frances Bergin 3 Grace Porter Mary Manion Mary Nelle Dodson i Alice Hipskind Bernice Vineyard i me I l 7 l s X- .,,. N 'S girls' 'Public Speaking HE Girls' Public Speaking Club Was organized in 1921, and in 1922 it was renamed the Girls' Public Speaking Club. The purpose of organizing the club was to promote public speak- ing and to develop self-confidence and poise. The club has al- ways been under the helpful and instructive sponsorship of Mrs. Dial, and now has an associate sponsor, Miss Frank. The club has a membership of fifty and a Waiting list, with many applica- tions for membership. OFFICERS FOR THIRD TERM SY1.v1A RUl3ENS'l'ElN HANNAH KLAR - BERTHA RoBINsoN BIRIHE KOLBER - MARGARET BRIN RAE MARY ZELAZNY ELIZABETH UMPHRESS MRS. DIAL - - Miss FRANK Gladys Bernbaum Margaret Blakemore Margaret Brin Beulah Kuhnell Ida Cobbel Ann Catherine Cooper Rose Einhorn Pearl Engle Ray Engle Margaret Fanning Helen Goldbaum Mary Jane Jeffrion Ethel Katz Sadie Kessler Birdie Kolber Bessie Lerer MEMBERS Adelaide Machaelson Ruth Novich Frances Redding Bertha Robinson Rozelle Rozenthal Sylvia Rubenstein Vera Sklibos Mary Jane Snyder Helen Star Sadie Susman Elizabeth Umphress Alma Whitley Evelyn Wortsman Minnie Wyll Ray Mary Zelasny Sybil Yonack Lula Mae Ussery - - fP1'eJirie:zt Vine-Trefiflemf - S3I77'5fl11'y - Trearurer Ta1'liu17ze7mz1'ian Sergeazzl-af-d1'1m - - R eportef' - ritic Jfroeiate Critic Eddie G. Loving Gertrude Sachs Mozelle Baum Glayde Garonzik Jane Morris Pauline Douthit Mildred Bonwit Harriet Garonzik Ernestine Seibold Stella Mosesman Madeline Crocker Lu Fan Patrick Betty Booke Ida Mae Miller Gladys Topletz Anne Coelm ,MM , 1 ' F 4 1 , M Q X M w , xy w 1 w 1 W , W w i X , 4 I 1 1 1 32 'J , , 1 J N F l M girl Reserves OFFICERS First Term Seeond Term CORDELIA HILLEY ....... ...... 'P refident .....,, ...,,, , MARIGOLD DUNNE MARY DULEY .,.,..... ..,., V iee-Trefident ..,,, ,............. P HYLLIS Cox BILLY HAYS ....,..... ,,,,.,,,.... S eeretary ..,,....,,,, , .,... ELIZABETH DAILEY ANNIEL PHARES. .,... ,.......,..,., 'I' reaxurer ..,.,..,...... Y ,,kA , ,,..-,-- FAY CALVET PHYLLIS Cox ...,. Council Reprefenlaliwe, ..,., , I- ,,,.,, EDNA HILLEY MARIE AGEE ......,,..,... LL., ,.,,,,, ,Clzeer Leader ,,,,..I. ,,,,,,,, M ABEL GARDNER ELIZABETH LEDBETTER .,,,., .,.,. - .Reporter ,,..,.. ,,,L,A,,,,,,, HELEN PARISH 'MISS BERTHA JACKSONA-- ., .... Sponsor ,I,,.. ,,,,-,,M1ss BERTHA JACKSON COMMITTEES Fir!! Term Second Term SOCIAL SOCIAL Marigold Dunne Mildred Carr RING RING Edna Hilley Viva Locke SERVICE SERVICE Fay Calvet Dorothy Knotts PROLGRAM PRO-GRAM Juliet Bussey Frances Callahan PHONE PHONE Addie V. Smith Addie V. Smith MEMBERS Maire Agee Mary Frances Allen Lucille Bleish Frances Callahan Fay Calvet Holly Carpenter Mildred Carr Doris Caruthers Bertha Couchman Phyllis Cox Lois Cudd Elizabeth Dailey Margaret Daugherty Eugenia Denison Marigold Dunne Louise Finely Mabel Gardner Melba Gerloif Katie Goodman Mary Lee Goodman Juanita Gover Freda Griffin Katherine Griffin Winnie Gruhbs Mildred Hagewood Dorothy Hamilton Dorothy Hartman Maggie Hays Edna Hilley Mary Esther Johns Lena Johnson Juanita Klaczak Dorothy Knotts Elizabeth Ledbetter Esther Littleford Viva Locke Charleen Laod Helen Mann Vivian Mauntz Odessa Nelson Helen Parrish Jewell Poston Eleanor Purse Vashti Reed . Frances Regdon Grace Risely Virginia Sims Addie B. Smith Louise Sneed Frankie Turk Bernice Vineyard Mary Frances Winston Melissa Work Margaret Mann was , xx f ,.-' -x 1 .1 , .. --,-. V ,Q . 777 XX1 -L : Y .1 , '-l','P'.- l l ,MMM M 3 l Leaders HE Leaders' Club was organized in Forest Avenue High School during the spring term of the 1927 school session. Mr. Joe Bergin was the organizer and sponsor, and Roe Simkins served as the first president. The club is built around the ideals of true leadership. lt brings together all Forest citizens Who have distinguished them- selves in any type of school activity. Consequently the superior musician, debater, athlete, and soldier meet face to face in the same organization to work for the same ends, thus coming to know and appreciate the Work and problems presented by each. The Leaders' Club has attempted to create a better school spirit, to foster an inter-school spirit, and to encourage in every respect the development of dependable leaders. A beautiful gold medal is given at the end of each term to the boy Who is adjudged to have rendered the best and most unselfish service to the school during his last two years in attendance. OFFICERS Fall cIiE7'77Z HENRY HODDE .,,.... .,........ 'P rerident ...... VERNON WILSON ..... .--Vice-'Pre:ident,, JOE LAGOW ..,,..,,....,. ,-....,, , -.Sew'etary ..... ,..... ODYS CASTILLOW ........ - .... SYLVAN KARCHMER. ..,., RAYMOND GILHAM ..,.,., MR. JOE BERGIN .,.,,,, Oliver Fudge Boyd Harrison Gordon Jackson George Martin Johnnie Harrington Vernon Wilson Frank Parrino Tom Palmer Albert Nailor C. B. Watson Morris Willis Rufus Pribble Fay Lagow S er geant-at-of rms' .,..,. , S prin g Term JOHNNY HARRINGTON H.- ,,-.,,,,RlCHARD MALONE HUGH ST1cKsE1. .,..... BOYD HARRISON -.Td7lid7ll87Z1ftl7'id71f ....... ,, .... .,.SYLVAN KARCHMER ..-.....Rep0rter---,-.-., ,.-,,,,,..FRANK PARRINO V--. Sp0m0r-.-e,, ----,,.MR. JOE BERGIN MEMBERS Reeves Williams Pem Davenport Clarence Agress Gilbert Proctor Claude Karr Roderic Proctor Iuda Levy Louis Ravkind Gus Erwin Richard Malone Nolan Williams Hugh Sticksel Winston Wilson Graham Wyly Fred Hester Voyne Hooker Henry London Everett Hockwall Sol Katz Malcolm Sams Anthony Strange Dean Davis Sylvan Karchmer Howard Johnsen lfl l ll l llill l l l l lil lll l l l l l l l Ji l l l ,xl l l l gl J. ll l M livxv l ll-'i "l- ' l l , l Senior H i-T' HE Senior Hi-Y is for Junior and Senior boys of Forest Avenue High School. The purpose of the organization is to build good Christian characters among the boys. Richard Malone and Joe Berger represented Forest at the Older Boys' Conference, held at A. 81 M. College in February. Among the social functions of the club this year were a Father and Son Banquet, a Girl Reserve Party, a Mother and Son Ban- quet, and a Possum Hunt. OFFICERS RICHARD MAI.ONE - - - 'Prcxidenit MALCOLM SAMS - - Vine-Tresident ANTHONY STRANGE - Secretary FRED BOSHART - - - Treamrer GEORGE DENNIS - Sergeant-al-.Afrmr MR. W. H. BUTLER - - - Spomor COMMITTEES Bibb ' I Jllemberrfzip BCH LEWIS, Chalfman Gilbert Proctor, Chairman Wayne Jeffers A Lero Griffin SWWC5 Trogram Gordon Jackson, Chairman Anthony Strange Social and Recreation Hugh Sticksel, Cha George Dennis Graham Wyly Albert Jones Richard Malone Malcolm Sams Anthony Strange George Dennis Joe Berger Gordon Jackson Hugh Sticksel Oliver Fudge Fred Boshart, Chairman runway Malcolm Sams T. R. Malin irman Joe Berger, Chairman Horace Black MEMBERS Henry London Gilbert Proctor Austin McPherson Horace Black Joe Brown Carl Shawver Ovie Cauley Hugh Woodward T. R. Malin Ray Wright Lero Griiin Wayne Jeffers Ben Lewis Kemper Zercher Cecil Combs Louis Turk Marion Reaves Fred Boshart 41.4 , '12-o--fri : 1. ' n 'W 4 wang N P 5 Q ,.,..-g..-.. n-,,, Y v i R I f 1 x E 1 Q I i i I w I A 1 Xe Q ? 3 P 5 2 5 5 i 1 3 1 3 I i , 1 L 1 4 W 4 4 X, 1 ' ' xx Q 9 MJ I3TJ.f5,:. x, . W 5 X 'N-+4 75, ,V -f ff '-V -x, Q , -tw ,. K-Z f-Y " . -'T ., ,f ,K kk . kr .xx ,wx..,..f N -M-v-.-A--..,f A,! -. Y,,: wrv.. Y-K .,-:, ,ng ..,f'1? Xx.f'! ,A-VL., -,,.,-..aQP"""'A P'S"s v V f ,,. um .ggi -1115 by -- - J W, .,4,, Junior Hi-T A HE Forest Junior Hi-Y, which consists of freshman and sophomore students of Forest, was organized at the close of last summer vacation by hir. VV. H. Butler, sponsor of the club. The Hi-Y is an organization of Christian high school boys, who have as their purpose to "create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian living." Its slogan is c'Clean Living, Clean Speech, Clean Ath- letics, and Clean Scholarship." This club holds regular meetings every Friday at 6:30 at the Y.M.C.A. At these meetings the programs consist of a study of the Bible and of a discussion of current events. At the State Older Boys' Conference, held at College Station, February 3-5, the following members represented Forest: Mr. W. H. Butler, sponsor, Everett Hockvvall, president, Sydney Adams, vice-president. Other functions which the junior Hi-Y participated in Were a Father and Son Banquet on November 18, 1927, and aeeMother and Son Banquet on lylay 4, 1928. At one of the recent meetings Mr. Grover C. Good, the Texas State Boys, Work Secretary of the Y.lVl.C.A., made a short address to the Forest Junior Hi-Y. EVERETT HOCKWALL SYDNEY ADAMS - BERNARD HEMPHILL FRANK STOVER - W. H. BUTLER - Sydney Adams Alex Brooks John Fisher Everett Hockwall Bernard Hemphill William Hildebrand jack Jeffers Stanley Jones Arthur Moskowitz Carroll Piper OFFICERS MEMBERS Roderic Proctor Sterling Stegman Frank Stover Lehman Timms George Gordon Elliot Fielder Tom Whitby Stuart Fogerty Earnest Williamson - 'P7'BIid5H-I Vine-'Prexident - Sec1'elm'y-Treafurer - Trogram Cfzairmzm - S pomor George Orr Charles Green Loddie Holotik John Renner Agib Trembly Carl Pulis Austin Watson D. M. McElroy Charles Morgan X N l 1 ,gyxaig sf J -LM V mmf A-V ,, gf. -. W,-M 1 fn A 'U W. NMR. . , , K-Y,---Q T 4 " - ' -wM.wH-.:,.44 Q. - .. 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T-'ffm Second Term 4 w 1 I FRED BOSHART ....,,,,, .,,-- T fgjidgnl A,--- --'---- C LARENCE AGRE55 A ANTHONY STRANGE .fw.. .- ,..... Vice-Trefidmt .,,... ....,,,.. . .-NATALIE LEv1N 4 2 l MAURINE JACKSON .,.., -.- ..,., .Secrelfary ...,.. ,,,A, I' FRANCES VAN SLYKE . I I ,Qll FRANCESlUN'SLYKE ,A,,.. -- .......... Yrcmurm' .....,,,,. ....-, ChLBERT PROCTOR l I 3 EMMET MCLAIN .............,..... ,-.Sergeant-at-Jrmf, ,--,v, -,A,,..- M 0111115 JAFFE A MARY ALICE CRADDOCK.. .v,,, ,....... R eporter .,,..... . ,,..,,.... RosA D. DAVIS EMILY IVIAYHEW .... . ...... .. ..,. ..... T' arliamentarian .... ., ..-v , .,,,,.., ,MAURINE JACKSON i , MISS RACHEL M. Fooris. ...A. .... . --.Spomor ,,..... .,..., M ISS RACHEL M. FooTE ij . 2 , 'ill DHEBGBERS law iml 3 Leota Agee Josie Kirkham Minnie Wyll Mary Allen Hannah Klar Alta Zachary J Naomi Aronoff Frankie Koza Shinie Zelazny Margaret Blakemore Buelah Kuhnell Bessie Lerer Mary Blakeney Natalie Levin Clarence Agress Mildred Bonwit Emily Mayhew Nathan Barshop ll Sara Bronstein Alice Mayhew Homer Berens ' l Juliet Bussey Bessie Massinter Alfred Bloom Melba Canell Ethel McKinney Fred Boshart l l Mary Alice Craddock Ruth Munzesheimer John Green is Genevieve Curtis Mary Elizabeth Price Fred Hester ' Blanche Davis Hazel Price Herschel Jaffe I Rosa Davis Bertha Robinson Morris Jaife i 1 Naomi Day Rozelle Rosenthal Sherman Kaplan ' l . . :Ji Lois Easterling Margie Saunders Sol Katz , Rose Einhorn Lillian Sinclair Charles Henry Kelly ' l 'Z' . ' lg Marjorie Ernest Melva Shepherd Emmett McLain lf Maude Evans Mildred Taylor Gilbert Proctor g J Susie Gibbs Corinne Tillery Jack Robertson 'f W Helen Goldbaum Elizabeth Umphress Hugh Stickscl i Modene Gouldy Frances Van Slyke Anthony Strange i 1 Ina May Holt Thelma Walstein Carl Tribble , Maurine Jackson Alma Whitley l ll A r Ji fl , l J wi 5 l y rel ,525 L l ll A AAA A YA-me...c ,L LW ff to L one C l W ciifgfir:ff13r2ffl-m..lf--WA--www-AA'tg A--Ila...'g.:Q1W::-,- A 1 L J--1 Jl--'-L-d--f-v---'---Tl--- --,- -A--'Q---------AM354',1-3 A..--7, ,t,, , .. , -X -. l if L......f YM'r-- Y ,s'sQpVWu. ,cc, -f- eil 1 11 ire 4- Q' ,295 4 I 4 1 Y s 1 , i 1 i i M11 4 Junior High Scholarship J J l INCE there were so many students who had received Linz , . Pins, the High Scholarship Club was divided into two groups. J J The students Who are sophomores belong to the Junior High J Scholarship Club. The club has made a study of the One-Act Plays, such as "Two Crooks and a Lady," "Buying Culture," J J and HT he Diabolical Circle." if 'A 1 K Q J , J 1 OFFICERS , J J , J Fall Term Spring Term 3 J FRANKIE KozA., ,,,, r,,..,,, TP resident .,,,..., ,...... HELEN STAR 1 J J HEIiEN STAR ,...,,. . ,,,,.,,,, Vice-'Prefident .... .W ,,,,, EVELYN WORTSMAN J J BIIARGAREI' BRIN ..,.. L ,,,,....... Secretary ,,,,,, .,,.o, 1 .GERALDINE MARTIN J J NATHAN BARSHOP ..,... ...,.i,., ,... T r eimirer .ii.... ....v,,,..,, JOSHUA KAHN J J ROBERT MONROE ,.,.., ,, -,., Sergmrit-at-.ffrmf ......,, ,,.,.,.,,,. J OE PEARLSTEIN J J BEULAH K.UHNELL .,,..., Tarliammim-ian ,,.,,. ,,,,,, , MARY JANE SNYDER , LJ MARY JANE SNYDER ,,,.,..... . ,.,..,, ,Reporter ,rr,-, . JADALAYDE MICHAELSON MISS RACHEL M. FOOTE ,,,, M ,,,,,, Spomor ,,,,r MISS RACHEL M. FOOTE f ii J J , 1 I 1 ' ' Am , J J l MEMBERS J 15 J J Addie B. Beddoe Henrietta Malowitz Joshua Kahn ' ' JJ Juanita Aven Geraldine Martin Myron Lipsitz J HJJ Mary Better Adalayde Michaelson Henry Miller J Wanda Braden Jane Morris Joe Pearlstein J Leah Bi-anning Margaret Brin Anson Van Slyke A Willa Mae Brown Regina Penn Theresa Salari J J JJ Carmen Dye Anna Pomerants Ocie Perry J V Naomilea Fowler Annel Phares Mildred Bonwit J Eleanor Goodstein Frances Redding Eva Christensen J V Miiggili Hays Gertrude Sachs Helen Goldbaum ' Edna Hilly Verna Skilbos Nathan Barshop ' J J Virginia Hipwell Mary Jane Snyder Harriet Hammerstein J J H Mary Jane Joifrion Evelyn Wortsman Josie Kirkham J . ,'Jg Sadie Kessler Wynell Wilson Frankie Koza J J Harry Kirschner Lois Allen Beulah Kuhnell ' Eddie G. Loving Florence Friedman Georgia Ramsey , RQNJ, Marie Mattox Omega Cummings Lilly Sorenson ', I 1 iii HTJJ i J f, I , J J li A ,f J, J up Qfx:.,Li:1i1j1gTfTfi'gT'1TT3fi'fffii-7f'?T:'1'i 41'-ti' 1 za .k,VV Ni' JCJJ? ..f'f:,,.gig,.. f V .fjgigiiw , ' ,i":1.. ,J .W .,,,. . 1-. L.. .,.. .,., . va we w an J J Al 4'. A-ma -E fvZQ4,J mQ, K VL ii A L I I x 3 3 E 'E 1 1 x5 .5 ,1 I 1 1 I x l N 1 :iv .,.X A ,, ,-.z ww' Y,..n-...,..,,.,.r The Staiidara' Debating HE Standard Debating Society has just experienced an- , other successful year--with its colors still Hying and its prestige undiminished. This year the club claims for its own the senior class president, the business manager of the annual, the class orator of the senior class, the school representatives in the various public speaking contests of the city, many of the cast of the Senior Play, and a whole host of others who are a credit to themselves as well as to the society. The club does not desire to live solely on its reputation, no matter how spotless and influential it may be. These boys have not been satisfied with the motto "Let well enough alone". With the material which it now has and hopes to get, the club looks forward to next year, hoping to improve itself and to keep pace with the development of the school. OFFICERS 1 Spring Term SHERMAN KAPI.AN ---- HERscHEL EIAFFE SoL KATZ - - - CHAS. HENRY KEL1,Y - MORRIS Bock - - Miss EDNA Rowis MEMBERS Clarence Agress Homer Beren Morris Bock Sam Bock Jack Boguslowsky Joe Brown Fred Boshard Ovie Cauley Pat Cosnaham Clarence Crawley Lewis Finneburgh Frank Fry Albert Green Bernard Hemphill Gordon Jackson Herschel Jalfe Morris Jaffe Sherman Kaplan Sylvan Karchmer Sol Katz Chas. Henry Kelly Jack Kirschner Aaron Kleinman Henry Kelpak David Lefkowitz Abe Leon - Trerideiit Vice-T'refi1Ze111 - S .eoretary - - Trearurei' S ei' geaiiz-at-J rim - - Critic T. R. Mzllin George Martin Joe Pearlstein Gilbert Proctor Roderic Proctor Marion Reeves Winston Rumsey David Shor Eugene Stern Willie Waldman Max Weinstein Vernon Wilson 'isiaw Lf -'f-- Ai f13f"1:jj-'fe L I . ,. if I -A , ,. -f-el. Aifv ,.fg-L.i...i4:7L 'I f---an ss A-A-A.W,ffiII.eIA ee 'ii' L E., 'ii' - A. 'fbff 1 I III'-lx . an . 5 E, I Las CD05 merzcas I I I l V HE year's Work has been directed toward the better under- li I standing of the Spanish-speaking nations and the develop- ment of the Spanish language. Club programs Were arranged I Q I With this aim. Chief speakers for the year Were: Dr. H. Ray, I l l Who spoke on "Benefit Derived from the Study of Spanish,'5 Mr. l F. H. Garcia, "Mexican Popular Music"5 Miss Abeullah Velas- a l J quez, "The High Schools of Chilevi Mr. Espinosa, "The Classes I J of Society in Mexico". l J I OFFICERS F int Term Semnd Term 1 I ETHEL MCKINNEY ......., ,,,.,.,, 'P reririenzt ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, N JOHN GREEN Il MAUDE EVANS ...., ........,.,. .,,,... V i re-?reJide1zt ..,.... .....,. M ARJORIE DOZIER I ' MARY ELIZABETH PRICE I A. C. BUCHANAN ....,,. ,,.,l l I ARCHIE MCNEILL, ...,., ADNAJO MCGREIN' ,.,... I ROY TURNER ..,,,,,,, I , ' I l I - Fall Term John Green, Chair J II I Lois Charninsky , N , - X I Otis Stark . ,..... S ecremry..---- . ............ Treafurer ,,.,..,,, -- ----..JosEPHINE ISRAEL ----.---HUGH STICKSEL ..., Ss1'gea1zt-at-Jrm: ,,,.. ., l.,,,, ANTHONY STRANGE .,,..,.-.Rep01'ter,-...,-,, .-.WfPurliamenlm'ian.,,,,, ,. .,... ROBERT MONROE .-.-.-.BLANCHE DAVIS COMMITTEES Spring Term PROGRAM mam Ednajo McGreW, Chairman Ina Mae Holt Ralph Steginan MEMBERSHIP l Josephine Israel, Chairman Lois Charninsky, Chairman l ' ,lt Leslie Markham Gladys Kinard J l Marjorie Dozfer Kemper Zercher I I . I l J! Miss FLETCHER WICKHAM ----- Spomor I Q ' Q MEMBERS ' I I I JN? Mary Allen Ina Mae Holt Omega Cummings I Il ll Lucille Allison Josephine Israel Lewis Finneburgh Y ll - Mabel Atnip I I 1 li Katie Barton Q Rose Berger E J Johanna Brown 2 I Juliet Bussey J Ii ' Lois Charninsky I I Blanche Davis L ly 3, Charlotte Davis ll I Maude Evans I 5 f Marjorie Dozier , I Margaret Cvee N Rose Ellen Snider 'A Jesse Kelsay Jeanette Kimmel Anna Rae Leon Leslie Markham Alice Mayhew Gladys Miller Ednajo McGrew Ethel McKinney Mary Elizabeth Price Helen Sellman Henton Smith Roy Turner John Green Robert Hill Conrad Jacobs Richard Lee Aron Light Archie McNeil Hampton McNeill Robert Monroe Frank Shields Odis Stark Ralph Stegman Hugh Sticksel E I Anthony Strange Kemper Zercher ! ll I ? ll ' I J N I I 1 l I I l II . - A . , I , . A Lu... ,.., - W--- I 1 J"1ff"'f'J ""' "1" ""' T 'f"':T"""""""""" " '1f:'i:'Qfff"ffffff' iid? 1' 'T' . "7."f"TJ2flTff'lT'fN" "Tu T -- I-'- , , -I 'X I ' I , I T" ' 14 -' - N. .. ,If ,LV L,.,,..,..-...f nu' " My Anw,.f'l Tx," L---.-....,. 'WN .-N ,fl N7 2 ZS? 554 Erlbrr C. N tells me what THE GREAT DIVIDE 1 I lv N 4if ' " HH' L03 'm J K R Y h I k lot of 1 d 'fha lugl-,l's wen if ou?-f,QfulfZ'd U L M Qc I YK uv lim Q JN 15,6 D Y 1 g ssh mx lst ms I1 .1' fx Q, . , dj? ' ' ' x A"z!.1fif"' ww:-3 f m v mf: 4hvp1r ' Pm Then vi Q AN X C Q Q I 5, " it Q QKJQC ,' ff z ff f .- . gf gcc f f nt Q f f 5. 9 ' X L, 4, ,i. M V- . All 4 fgsvc umm '62, W 6159? J fig HZ, Q llllli af I 41 f W XII Tusk T'3rKeez.vvu5.Qlor-u? J J X I . is .fx xx x i J' 7 X 'N' View v 'W' f 'WI Fx W I . v- ,-E '. .7-::-1?If-'E- 5?f5:f,LE2E5gg::,l,...x ,--' . . zefzfx XX X W X - 5 'Z f 1675? ,., : T f -iff' 1 'E 9 " er :ZX N V 1 I 'X-x.J f H dmv X G 'lH"'p 'lu' , ' 7 , Q- 1 ,, 'Ill 'JL M Jmnn 0' Q" -,D M wfflllkllnllll, ' U ' lllllllwiqflnflp MARGARET BLAKEIWORE HOWARD -IOHNSEN ALMA WHITLEY SHERMAN KAPLAN Rev TURNER Ueclamation UCCESS was the lot of the Forest declaimers. The elimination con- test to determine the school representative in the annual city declama- tion contest was held on Tuesday, March 6, with ten girls and seven boys competing. Alma Whitley and Sherman Kaplan were chosen. In the city contest, held March I7 at the Bryan Street High School auditorium, Sherman Kaplan won first place for Forest, and Alma Whitly tied with the Bryan Street High School representative for second honors. Sherman Kaplan and a girl from the North Dallas High School rep- resented Dallas in the district contest held at Denton, April I3 and I4. Sherman Kaplan Won second place. Heretofore, the winners in the Dal- las city contest were eligible for competition in the state contest held at Austin, but this year they were required to participate in the district con- test before entering the final state contest. Margaret Blakemore, second place winner for the girls in the school contest, represented Forest in the annual Texas VVoman's College public speaking contest held at Fort Worth, Friday and Saturday, April I3 and I4. Howard Johnsen, second place winner for the boys in the school contest, will be the Forest representative in the Briand Silver Medail contest, outlawing War contest, to be held May I2 in the Sunset High School auditorium. p In the City Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, which was held in our own school Saturday evening, llflarch IO, Roy Turner represented Forest and won second place With the speech "Motion pictures, as a whole, exer- cise a beneficial influence on societyf, ,,,:ti?': ' W .., .- ,n..--... . ,f-ff 1 11 ,Taj .xi-f' ffer,Ee1r:- ' a- 1,1 1 , ..,, 'M -s. X. 4 1 el . wi J, llij' 5142, 2 'is --X : Al .1153 -,.,.-- ff-f . Vx F75 5-N, ,mp ,. ,,g,f"" -- fr' ,Tax N ,ff ,ef P f-.gx.X f ,f f, t. .X , I ,aw ij, 'g,,,.f 5 jim. , QQ.: MAURINE JACKSON SYLVAN KARCHMER MINNIE WYLL GILBERT PRoc'roR GORDON JACKSON Debate THE debate teams did not enjoy as successful a year as was hoped they might. Preparation was begun early in the fall on the question: "Resolved, That the Congress of the United States should enact farm relief legistla- tion embodying the p1'inciples of the McNary-Haugen bill." Eight boys and five girls tried out for the teams. In the final try-out Minnie Wyll and Maurine Jackson were chosen as the girls' team, and Gordon Jackson and Gilbert Proctor were chosen as the boys' team. As all members of the teams, except Gordon Jackson, who represented Forest last year, were debating for the Hrst time, a good many practice debates were arranged with teams from neighboring towns and cities, among these were Den- ton, Central and North Side High Schools of Fort Worth, Waxahachie, Corsicana, Hubbard City, Sherman, Athens, Texas Military College of Terrell, and Mesquite. The debate preliminaries of the city contest were held Saturday night, March 24, at the Oak Cliff High School. , Gordon Jackson and Gilbert Proctor, upholding the negative side of the question, defeated the Sunset High School representatives. The Forest girls, Minnie Wyll and Maur- ine Jackson, defending the affirmative side of the farm relief question, lost to the representatives of the Oak Cliff High School. By their decision over Sunset and the drawing of a bye, the Forest boys reached the finals, which were held in the Bryan Street High School auditorium on March 31. Again defending the negative side, our team lost to the Oak Cliff boys a decision of two to one. , 54--cy , h 1- . ,,,.,,-,, ...www .. ..-. .- f .M . fe.. i.. HWY- Y. - f--- .V .,. ,,-.,,. e W., .,.,..,...,,, .. , -1 MQW, .3.1'Ej?,Q,Qi.g:T51i, :Q ""' " , "" r ,":1.1iii,.1:fg,.J1:I . g1L1L..-g:14g, .,... 5 ,,.. 11.414,L.-1.4LiT:1:.:15 l -.Nu 'Jw-R+-wigfnff -M, XL..,Q-A-muy, - ,--f""""' A-TT N .. ,-.' 1-ww lk, - Lg, 1, The Drama THE WHITEHEADED BOY THE January Class of IQ28 presented a three-act comedy entitled "The Whiteheaded Boy," December 9, 1928. The lead was taken by Keith Williams, who played the part of Den- nis, the Whiteheaded Boy. Juliet Bussey as Delia Duffy, his sweatheart, played oposite him. The performance was vivid and forceful. Others in the cast were: Mrs. Geoghegan t.....,l ,...,, G ertrude Turner George ,...,,..,,.......... ......,....... D onald Ennis Peter ,,t.. ,....,,..,,.,,,.,,, H arold Ridells Kate ...... ,,.....,, M ary Elizabeth Price Jane ,v....,,... . --- .....,,...,,....,,..., Frances Shor Babyd.. ,t..,., , ....v,..,.,,..,.....,.....,,....,.....,...,,,,.... Agusta Zapp Donough Brosnan, engaged to Jane ,.....,, Alfred Karchmer John Duffy ....,,...,....,.,... --.. ..,,,...,t..,........,..,, John Cearley Aunt Ellen ,.,,,,,,.....,,..,,,.. ...,,... IN 'larjorie Ernest Hannah, the maid ..,,..,,,........,.,,,,,,.,.......,, Sarah Bronstein THE GLORY OF ROME The Latin Department gave a program, October 25, in order to buy Latin books for the library. The first number was given by the Auditores Club. The members presented a scene in a Roman School, with Fred Hester as the able teacher, the pupils of the school were presented as old Roman charactrs, such as, Caesar, Cicero, and Pompey. The members of the Sigma Feri Club gave a Roman Style Show. The newest things in wearing apparel for slaves, vestal virgins, gladitors, and lictors were shown. The Senior Department of Latin gave a very interesting Roman Wedding. This scene carried one back to the days when weddings were weddings: the entire family attended. There were twenty-two characters in the wedding. The entire act was very interesting, unique, and cleverly done. A CONNECTICUT YANKEE For the benefit of the football boys, the Dad's Club sponsored an evening's entertainment. A moving picture, "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court", was shown. Between acts, Genelle Adams, Dorothy Finks, and Mar- guerite Tobolowsky, accompanied by Pam Davenport, gave solo dances. The Public Speaking Department gave a Valentine Play, "New Loves for Oldng and Mildred Moore, Hazel Price, George Martin, and Vernon Wilson, gave the "Collegiates,'. THE HURDY GURDY GIRL THE "Hurdy Gurdy Girl" was presented by the Senior Class, April 27, IQ28. The center of complication was a letter Theodore Luggatte wrote to his father, but had sent by mistake to Carlotta Columbus, an Ital- ian Hurdy Gurdy Girl Whom Theodoreis sister, Marion, had arranged to have as the chief attraction at a lawn party. When Carlotta was unable to come, Marion's cousin, Carlotta Vernon, acted as the Hurdy Gurdy Girl: thus the plot was further complicated. CAST ' Carlotta Vernon, the Hurdy Gurdy Girl ........, -, ,.,,,.. Natalie Levin Jim Stearness ...........,,,..,.,,,,..,,,,..,,,,..,,,,..... .,..,,... J ack ROb6rtSOn Dolly Stearness ,,,...,, Mr. Simon Luggatte ,...,, - Marion Luggatte, , ,.., ,W Theodore Luggattems.-. ,,,,-,,Marie Randall M. Moncrief --,,,...Mildred Moore --,,,,Anthony Strange Clarissa Luggatte ,.,,..,, r..,,,,.. J osephine lsrael Maisie Deane ,,...., Jack Grover .,,,,. Mary Dayton ,..,... Helen Dayton .,.., ,... Tom Murray ...,,,, , .s,, -., ..,,,,,, ,..,,,,,,,,,,,, H elen Rice Shapiro A W TT TT,,Mary Julia Waller Margaret Blakemore Harold Clem Billy Mason ....,,...., A Y ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,, G ,.,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,, Y feron Wilson Aristotle Lutzon, ..,,,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,s.,, J ohn Green Algernon Clancey ,,,,,,,,. ,,,,.,,,, C has, Henry Kelly Sllsit-tm, ..,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,, ,,,, , M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Lillian Price Josie Smith ,....,..l...,,,. , ,,,,,,.. --,,,,,, H allein Burnham Antonio Columbus ,.... . -.--,,.,,.Frank Parrino CRESTHA CAPERS ' I 'HE first Dramatic event of the new year was given by the Crestha Club, January 6, 1928. Vera Dashner acted as master of ceremonies, announcing the "Radio Act". Pem Davenport was announcer of Station C-R-F-S-T-H-A. Mildred Moore and Helen Rice sang "Highways are Happy Ways", then Ruth Peoples sang "lVlelancholy Babyn, accompanied by Jewell Bonner, last, Rosalie Farley and Violet Boshart sang f'I'm Drifting Back to Dream- landf, The next number was a tap dance by Dorothy Finks, she was accom- panied by Pem Davenport. Bernice Langston and lblargaret Wood gave a clever act called "The Crystal Gazern. Bernice had lost her sweet- heart, and the fortune teller thought she had lost her dog. Finally, Ber- nice's sweetheart was restored through a letter sent to the Fortune Teller by her sweetheart. Mildred lyloore, Margaret VVood, and Hazel Price gave a skit that really should be in vaudeville-three country gals from Farmers' Branch. The next was a specialty given by Dot Finks, Lillian Price, and Margaret Thornton. The surprise act was "IT, THAT, AND HO-VV." Our football boys gave this. All the boys were dressed as little school children, with Vernon Wilson acting as the 'iSchool Mann". John Cearley was Janitor. The setting was a school room for such pupils as: Odys Castillow, Iuda Levy, Abe Argovitz, Red Clem, George Martin, and Gene Hamiter. Girls, you ought to have seen Gene! He beats you all when it comes to strutting. And Cdys, Oh! manl Iuda Levy gave a "real sweet" reading about his little feller. Red was a genuine bully, shooting the girls. He got put in the corner with Odys. They all recited and sang songs, an old-time Forest program-just like assembly. The last number was a pianologue, given by Hazel Price and Pem Davenport. They gave the selections "Sundown" and "The World Is Waiting for The Sunrise." ANNUAL STAFF VAUDEVILLE On the eighteenth day of May the Forester Annual Staff gave the best vaudeville show and dance that has ever been given at Forest, directed by Mildred Moore and Pem Davenport. Each high school contributed an act. Eloy Lozanzo and Dolores Ferrero, prominent dancers of Dallas, did the tango, Mildred Moore and George Martin appeared in "A Trip to the City", Pem Davenport and his orchestra gave a program featuring Genelle Adams, Marguerite Tobolowsky, Dorothy Finks, Winston Wil- son, and Gus Levine. Society and labs CARNIVAL "It war Jllorofi 9 On a worm and dreary night T fmt the F orett Coriiiefol Took place-and H mo!" ffSODA Water, candy, everything, anything! Right this way, only 5c, a nickel!" yelled George. Before the show in the auditorium started, there could be heard all kinds of ballyhooing from the different booths. Pretty Crestha lassies, also muchachitas, were seen, and very much heard, selling popcorn balls and candy. Among the outstanding booths were those of the Crestha, Symposium, and Leaders' Clubs. The Leaders' Club certainly drew the largest crowd, but this was due to the fact that Johnny Harrington and Travis McCall put on a boxing exhibition. Others on the card were Jack Collins vs. Sam Frankenstein, and Clyde Jamieson vs. Barney Solomon. The Crestha Club had an interesting booth, their main feature was a fortune teller. The Symposium Club presented a Mock Wedding. Every club in the school had a booth of some kind. The main show was given in the auditorium, to make the performance complete, Pem Davenport presented his orchestra in "Jack O' Lanterns." Dorothy Finks, Margaret Thornton, Margtxeritte Tobolowsky, and Genelle Adams were presented in two choruses and several solo dances. Irene Sewell and Haskell Bevers gave several songs. Fredna and Pem Davenport furnished an act all of their own. When the "Jack O' Lanterns" was finished, a dance was given in the Gym under the auspices of the l'Vlusic Department of the school. At the close of the dance, lylildred Moo1'e was announced Carnival Queen and George Martin, Carnival King. THE HIGH SCHOOL HERO On April 12, 1928, the Dads, Club sponsored a picture show, The High School Hero, given in the Forest High School auditorium. The proceeds were used for some ofthe debts incurred by the school during the fall term. The Mtlsic Department sponsored a dance given in the Gym, the proceeds of which were used for paying the expenses of Pem Davenport, Dallas High School representative, to the National Orchestra Convention in Chicago. I She may not be .mc 11 I0 X SlE7l0,, buf-I :arc likzf her "Sang f 11 Lgiyg Lofnjf Can pt., on fyfw- ally rffommeml P D port. ,M 2 0 ff, 14, Jw ,,', f ,fffx f ff Q , M 'Y' , if Qi W 4 f,,,V,,,4 A' ,441 To '31, Z 1, ' 1 fffx. 1' f ' ' N T X EN gg X X1 x 'I I-I x '23 if Q ff YK NX XX . .g I .X X V X , X, NX r -XW 1gJ - JD "La1mJntati01r of Hn: Lyfl-HzhirzfI'.v.,' Q? H C :Lt K X XXX "By fair means or foul, "fl Sfe'aJy." Q QA I 1 'I 312 :H mlm nun! 9 Q - , ,- mari! 30,1955 V Curdy Nafalze does 1114 Hardy Cy? Whal Price Popularity ! JQX Y 51115:- F V ' : ' ' ' ' "'1: ' E X w' NW? db :D ff 4 M W I1 , A Y . -fs . ' f X lr A 5 lj' ff? 671 58 y , Tw 759 .r"'u .mm H J" 'llw' 'll A A . Q ' nib 1 H' X . ' ' X I ' mg 1 w 'I' "iZ..w""'1--'I' Ku ff 41 .vlllu11lr1'mmm L V bf! A g , i f -' Forester Stay? VERA DASHNER Editor-in-Chief MILDRED lV1OORE GEORGE MARTIN Jssistont editor Business Jllanager A Mary Julia Wallei' Literary Staff - Maurine Jackson X L Evelyn Dempsey Hazel Price Jthleties - Vernon Wilson Frank Parrino TJ, I Margaret Wood were ' 1 Helen Rice J! I Irene Sewell Humor - I Helen Senter Jlffilitary - Claude Karr Richard Malone yfrt Corinne Tillery 1 Paul Parks L Alfred Isaacs Qyinnnsium - - - Natalie Levin Special Departments - - 5 SIi1ir:mg1mi221I3 Ei rg Social and ilromoties - Anna Rae Leon Gus Erwin Typists - N Evelyn Kramer l Jewell Bonner BUSINESS STAFF Albert Cahn Esther Chaney Marie Randall Dorothy Sheperd Jack Robertson SPONSORS Literary - ---- Miss Ruth St. John Jrt - - Miss Rettie K. Ensor Business - Mr. F. E. Norton FDITOR-IN-CHIEF - ASSISTANT EDITOR - ASSOCIATE EDITORS Literary - - Toetry :Marie Jfrt - S cienee - Jthlezfier - Jllilitary - Exchange - Or ganizoti on: Wh0'.r Who Seek and Te Shall Find - s Gym - - Humor - CLASS ASSOCIATES Senior - Junior - S o phomore F refhnian - BUSINESS STAFF fBnrine:: Jllanager Slrsixtant Jllanagerr - Forest Echo STAFF FALL TERM OLIVER FUDGE MAURINE JACKSON Gertrude Turner Juliet Bussey Emmett McClain Mary Allen f Vernon Wilson Emmett McClain A Raymond Gillham ,- Claude Karr NFred Garner ,John Mason Keith Williams x r . Christina Lindahl JkLillian Price Mary Blakeney Esther Chaney N' :Vera Dashner Ethel McKinney xMarj orie Earnest Ruby Bell 'Alfred Isaacs John Cearley Alvin Jeffers cRobert Ragsdale Florence Bates Hannah Klar Helen Goldbaum Alfred Karchmer Ben Feenberg Gordon Jackson Sherman Kaplan Dorothy F inks John Harrington Mildred Moore Hazel Price SPRING TERM MAURINE JACKSON GRAHAM WYLY Natalie Levin 'Susie Gibbs KLeota Agee Ruth Munzesheimer Ethelda Maxwell 'Israel Zeitman Albert Cox Vernon Wilson tRichard Malone rFrank Parrino 1Richafd Malone Claude Karr fElizabeth Umphress 4 Fred Boshart rEmily Mayhew Christina Lindahl 'Mary Blalbeney Esther' Chaney Dorothy Mk . f Vera Dashner Mildred Moore c Hazel Price f Pem Davenport George Martin Voyne Hooker X Evelyn Dempsey Helen Goldbaum Gertrude Sachs John Nlurphree Hugh Sticksel " we . v Alnbert Gre V Esthe Chazigyy of 'i ,J ,, .L ar 1 N P 1 1 H I X N 61-1 fglllliihm l,,.. .ngd 1" M5 l Ismael X Y UN ylSX V If YJ' .llf 1 I ,ga-ni ' 1 57 1 Af k lx. 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Loos 1 N---..,.,,,.....,,.1 4 4 1 E 1. il ., li E 1 1 1 3 I E 5 ri F 1 5 1 L 1 l l Forest is fortunate to have as head 3 coach of athletics, Mr. A. J. Loos, a A 1 man known for his own sportsman- ' ship and for his clean-playing teams. 1, 5 Mr. Loos has been coaching the Green and White teams since 1921, i W and has since then brought many Ii 7 championships to Forest. Mr. Loos's motto is "Clean play and co-operag 4 i 1 tion." 3' 1 Z 3 . 3 1 1 f lf . l 3 il 15 l, ' if ll l ' A . 1 l 1. Q 5 4 'l 5 l l l 1 MR. HERSCHEL FORESTER 1 Mr. Herschel Forester has been assistant coach at Forest since 1924. . 1 p j He is considered one of the best line f 1 2 coaches in the state. He dons a uni- p form and demonstrates to the players 5 A 3 how to block, tackle, and lead inter- ference. li 3 Mr. Forester is for anything hon- it l est and clean. ' 2 1 Q 1. l it I 1 ' I Q 1 l 1' 1 i V, Y K 1 ' r ' L...,. ' '7 7 I4 , X' 'L lj I 1 wh IX x I "N mill NH l . l Hia. ll ,ummm vsnnsow.-:gr 1:9 ff 9 w. f' M K , 5 A Qxvggame l l A il X R 3 l l X 9+ rg, H llUlllllu1HIlL"' ss 2 x ,fQ2gg'- x , N- 1- .ffl I K I' X I! W' All X -f -' ly " o le 4.5 4 fblnry J.: lf I shoulll div, 'flag X L1 W i what would vou do? 'HV' -K' F V I . 4 , ,?,, mm F UI mf . Ofiyx: Oh, the same as you , A Fmlgft, would do yourself. I I M- i' V- ' fllary J.: Oh, you wrctchl I mg-f -:f-F! A lmvc always suspcctvsd it. '71 W 5 V A ig' 'A GEORGUMS C Q K K 1 if YS -cg ff, I 5 f ' f 'd f -7 UQ,-H1 , IQ , fx-.X L K 4f'Jf?b' -1 ,ap 4 , Q -Lrhfl , -4 A, 114' , 1 xr Q X l l l H J' j "' I lj X E 7 J lg, 4 l, il Q h 1 37-x -Elusk , N , Ei Q W r M Q XV x w xx.x.l,1W 5 xi ' aw w ' f X1 Z g 01 ' " ' " 7 f X ' 1 f 'WI db I' iw-D 'W -11. uw' ' 5. , "' The S quad OFFICIAL FOOTBALL SCI-IEDULE, 1927 At Dallas Oct. I .....LL,7, . .,,........LLLL.... At Dallas Oct. 1 1 ,.vlL,.. .....l,l At Dallas Oct. 1 5 ,......, cccl.... At Ft. Worth Oct. 21 ......., .,l..... At Dallas Nov. 4, .....lc .....,c, At Ft. Worth Nov. I2 .l..,l,, ..,l.... At Dallas Nov. I7 .,....., ........ At Dallas Nov. 26 ...aa... ..a,,... At Cleburne Dec. 3 .,...,.. ....c.a. THE SEASON GAIN in 1927 Forest made for herself and for Dallas a football record characterized by the excellent playing of the team and by the good sportsmanship .of the student body. Although defeated at the first of the season, the team soon buckled down to business and Went far in the state race for championship. HODDIL ' Capza HENRY Forest-Ada, Okla. Forest-Sunset Forest-North Side Forest-Polytechnic Forest-North Dallas Forest-Central Forest-Bryan Forest-Central Forest-Cleburne Y Y N N 1 S S4 sunny., ai,-if' ,. ..-.....-.,., X ,, fr , .a--fu" 1 Forest Io-Ada, Okla. o On September 24 Forest Won a sen- sational victory over Ada, Oklahoma. Ada out-weighed Forest fifteen pounds to the man, but the Forestites had the fight necessary to Win a football game. Forest Won by a brilliant overhead at- tack, with Clem and Castillow on the receiving line. Everything pointed to a Wonderful season. f 5? 'mf 1. K Q ,,-- - -:4L.s - f JOE LAGQW Center N Y FRANK TERRANELLA Quarterback Forest o-Sunset 6 In this game the roaring Lions were defeated in the last two minutes of the game everal large penalties cost For- est the game, but you have to hand it to the fighting Bisons for pushing over a touchdown in the last two minutes to play. Castillow played sensational de- fense. Red Gilliam played on the oifense, but he Wasn't in mid-season form. , K V' x, 17, , ,, C. B. WA'rsoN Righl Half f - - - "gi 5 .Z Y -N ' .ix-Q aa... ,.A,,, ,jgiw , V - " 3 '--X A'--XL ' K . Forest I9-North Side 6 The fighting Lions, stinging under the defeat handed them by the elon- gated Bisons, pleased their followers by staging a comeback against North Side High CFort Worthy, beating their Worthy foe to the tune of I9 to 6. Both teams scored in the first quarter, which ended With the score tied. V After the first quarter, the final out- come of the game was never in doubt, because it could be seen Very plainly that Forest decidedly held the upper hand. Iuda Levy, Red Gilliam, Wat- son, and Hodde played well in the backfield5 Joe Lagow, McCullough, Joe Terranella, Castillow, and Clem played an excellent brand of football on the line. Onvs CAs'r1LLow Left End ,a-.fx . QQ... ..,. .X w. B.- X I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I X, ,fe , Ham-, ,f 'e f ,, , I, , ,f Forest 7-Polytechnic o Forest's victory over the "Parrots" came as the result of Red Gillianfs two long runs in the first quarter. He car- ried the ball to the three-yard line, and Watson bucked it over on the first play. In trying for an eXtra point, Captain i., A -, K 1 N X X-J. V , lm.. 1' I fe I-Iodde's never-failing toe kicked goal. R.RYMOND GILLIAM Qzmrterlzack N Q Q 'Y I I FRANK PARRINO Fzzllback From then on, it was a season affair, Forest having the upper hand most of the time. The last two minutes of play Frank Terranella was inserted in the line-up at half, and in two plays he car- ried the ball from mid-field to scoring position. Just as he would have carried it over, the game ended. ,f -2. ,f----f- -A -- 3- x.,,wQ-.hw-i,,.' Q, irq.,-nh-www l ,MMA -f"' 'uve'- jf-ff' , 1 ' ,Q 1 0"-X w 4 S fi ,,f"'W'r'1 ' ""'--1-i4v3,i,:13.c:i.a 2 Forest 2 5 North Dallas o F A sc1nt1llat1ng overhead attack and , the playxng of Watson and Levy de lt term1ned Vlctory for Forest over North ll Dallas On first k1ck of Forest k1cked g 5 the rnilated oval 1n m1dfield and started a merc1less drrve Wh1ch resulted 1n the il flrst touchdown l l l ll , l Q r 5 l l U lt 5 l l LAWRENCE MCCULLOUGH y 4 5 Right Tackle lll tl l l f 1 ii V S After thls, Forest scored at w111 y Th1s was the first game 1n Wh1ch thex student body really got beh1nd the team 1 l Q Terranella came 1n for hxs share of the A l glory by makmg several mce runs l Larson, F. Lagow, and Clem played an excellent game on the line. Subs sentyw lll in during the last part of- the game con- A y ' tributed seven points. l 5 FAY LAGOW N 1 N Riglzl Quan! l X l, ' 1 r S .,,r.,- W.,-. g 1 1 l l 1 l w E 1 1 l W I W . 1 , . l 1 I xllbil l le l fc l l X W --- Y----A-H A- -V -n--- ----- -- - - - - V --U V -.. ,L ,W ' 'F - --MM., - --M-V,Y...,..aL,------V--75 H i V.l4U.1,,Y,,,.,,j .-- -. - -g-f-Q-A---V4----Y--mn -A-a, -A 1 f - -A.. - N -X--vw a Y vfas- W-W . . , ,iff ,, , Y, V 7. iiirs-5131? Q-qi., ,,,, ,,.?.m,,- ,,,4,,,,,, V4, , 9 ,,,., . ,rmva .,.. 4, A ,V 1517"--:-45f.1jg.,-'t if a-..,,.., -,,.,,.- 7-7, Ya. Vg.. ,iw i,,,...,..-,.......,xv-r-t .WAL-A..fa-if---V W - - ,,,L4, , J, A fk L-'M i'-' V ji ' Q5 U Vv:qQ-,.,.f-fgsf,-""'44'.'-"'x""'x, H49 ,fffwffw 2, ' f "kw- a,.t , .. ., -fx, . :MD 5 ' T -'f ... ' no ' f' fi' 3-A-45 if? Vg Q,'i:TTfLi2:! v- f' QL! 'I 4 :if X ,i V5 H 4-Q .-.........X ,4 ,.. N-x Q -'---T -. -' , Y-Y. g T11 W .H - T--1-aa. -6-" K-1:1 ---af5--,,- --M-a.wfi'v I , V -. F Wflig-liizpia-"' f' X- f ,---f i J 1 'LW I ' " '---1411:5l..:e,':'E?5ffiiaLi I . Yzl l i 4 i f r ,s ,Q v 1 r ' i 4 , 4 1 1 l - -f.,- it U l i 5' Forest Ig- I 3-.Q-,.. X .ta not Central gm. worthy 26 tk pl i This was a game in which the dope- 1 Q I bucket was upset. Forest was favored ' E to win by a large score, but played a lj 3 i t Ig listless ame throu hout. On the other r r i 5 ll g g Q 5 i t hand, Central was pepped up for the oc- Q fr g j A casion, taking advantage of several s lf miscues made b the Forest backfield to My " lm Y li 1 Q Fl V push over two touchdowns. , ig i E 5 2 i ff! X g Q it 'Q l li f i f 'i l i y, . A i l 5 5 ' Q lf' i r l wi l 4 , Jos TERRANELLA V 3 , - Left Tackle 'l l i 4 lh rl if? ' ,. Q f' Their other two touchdowns were ' y i . obtained by an air attack. Frank Ter- h l i ranella showed up well with his passing5 , 1 while Henry Hodde and Harold Clem h yi M - snatched the ball from almost every l y I t angle to complete the passing mechani- I cism. The Lions were capable of a bet- QQ ter brand of football, but it seems they 5 were not conscious of the fact that they ig y k ft, were being beaten. 5 t iii Bumsus LARsoN i V Left Guard V 1 1 , i l I A I' a, N l l L i ,Q i Q i t 2 I 5 l i , , 1 3 is - i Q f iff M t A t -4 A ' Y 1 7 r fl-kiss?--Q-4:2 Y' :J WWVM H A' W W' Y g L my , or ,eg 143 aaa- HAROLD CLEM Right Emi t - Q gf A '-Ax "wg - Forest 7-Bryan o In this game Frank Terranella made several sensational passes. The only touchdown of the game came as a result of a long pass to Hodde, which placed the ball on Bryan's thirty-yard line. Then a pass, Terranella to Clem, made a touchdown. From there on, it was a series of exchanged punts. 'N . N I fN Forest held the edge on Bryan. When Bryan threatened to score, For- est's powerful line, with the aid of Red Clem, stopped the onslaught. Clem did some neat work in hitting three plays in succession on the head, which, if they had worked, would have resulted in a touchdown for Bryan. On the whole, the game was a well fought contest. The Bryan team showed more than was expected of it. VERNON WILSON Quarlcrlnark ,...........,.f Nzfpff- ,.. -, s-... , me I he , F2 E21 .63--5 'I K 'NM' F ii E5 ,fp .2 fyf as fs, fax ,-' 1" 1 . -aff-V' W T'-Dui 'l'z"' J , . F , ,,..l . "V , To Forest 20-Central o I I 3- M A In this contest the Lions redeemed W R75 5 Tb" li :f themselves in a very forceful manner, W 4 ,., - f- whipping the Centralites to a stand-still i y i 2 This game decided the Championship . l 1 1 l . I . . . . y 3: E of District 3, since Sunset was ruled in- l - I -Q 35 ' eligible because of a player's being over l I I , . 1.1. I age. Forest and Central Were tied for if 3 l second place 5 therefore they had to play Y 5. to see Who would represent District 3 in Q v l l i I M I ii I the State race. l . 'al 1' Q?'l l' , ill 1 , W l 2 5. il: 'Ill El' 4 ff' 1 ii - - lf l l l JZ: Lou RAVKIND Arg Halfback :lj lfi :er 1 'it llli fl Y . . . -ze lin . The game was intensely interesting, My r - 'll 1' L l for both teams Were fighting. Every E, member of the team, in particular Cas- r llii tillow and Lagow, played a bang-up l il X game. The star of the game was C. B. Q lf Watson With his smashing plunging. I i O Clem turned in the best game of his ca- ill i reer5 While Fay Lagow distinguished ig ll Il Mi? li 1 himself by an eighty-yard run, after re- jli y . rl ' l covering a fumble. E IUDA LEVY lf Q 3 Left Half :ily l ,E 3 l ,..... -W W ...,..,.. , WY., , . W., ,, I ' I 1 J ll . li i 1 Iii' r Mi 3 wil l E N Q ' 'ffl S ll im mg, 2 l 'll r ez wer L 2. l I JI i - 1 1 -Ot! , . . X , l 3 s My . .-1, W il 531,423 ' V f I T5 "'7'f-f2?ef4,E,,ffiif.,ff.i,-.,lCv,,..-iii -Ti T 'lm angif ga viigjfliwl.i1ff'fifi:'j'figiggif 71 A ' .Y . :. Q , " 1 .... af- -. 1 .4 - Yi l 3 H, ,AV ,,YM,c,,W Y A?-,,F?,,, , ,,,M,,,,,,, Y V, - - ,...... 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Red Clem on the first kick-oil tucked the inflated oval under his arm, squirmed, twisted, and blew his Way sixty yards down the field through the bewildered Yellow Jackets. On the next plays Forest carried the one-foot line by an overhead attack. V - ,ww FJ" A .i 1 , ,u REEVES WII.LIAMS Quant' KAN.-iiekyi kj Xkpf, ,. .sa if ,,,---'aa' , H qnuu um a X ff '34 T! X M V WI mllllll i N S PARKS I Ia A ,K f ' muunlmx awfli1d"l'luuul l nun-in if U' v nu ' 'lumv 1 1 W X 1 , - 'iifff 5 3-iff - N fff ' . f P. Hr J! ly, , ll M -"":m' 4n:::f'-- .. XA xswew mlb . 1, IP 1 f u x 1 1 . qua- ,L 1 we iii' ig iii? A E ggi: mi TS: sf M 1 'T I 415 ' .kr it -fr, def .L - z ff' :Ek .' 9,01 ,, 5 . A165 MM f' ? :. I :- 1 nw 1. ff z 1 H f -H1 sq., f ,, L, :- f in ' 'Q' - L3 1111121 'D 1 'J G 1 LED 52 6 ' W Q ' PM fs-1 , f . 2ia':2-mm-Y- Qgiikiiiiigf 1122231-1255 W 1M . L. -ff 1,9 ia ffg? ' M1 1 1 " F' HY. F11 ' 1 155111 15 11 11 ,Q . 1 1 'Z E it :L 1 17 4. . 5 7 S' I' E 1 1' si 'Az 1 1 1 ,E .1 K i 1 , , . 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H , , e 1 1 1 W w y , E ' f I i - u w 1 g - " H 1 Q , E GUS ERWIN A Q E Center 1 2 1 , I 1 I ' xl v W I E ,. 3- , I 5 v 5 F x ' fi HoWARD BRECHT 1 F orward Q f 2 fl A ' 9 Z F s, if W l 4 Q, it , 1 I 2 S f A, 5-ff? i A Iii-it V3 ABE ARGOVITZ 3 ,Q P :T Quan! . ,E xx V1 in 'Q M 2- I 1-1 ffziiijgii ,131 g.gg1 ' 1i Sf Nm-IJ: .L-W-:fi1-K.-X.--.mg,,z,:.3:-...Y..1.--.......W..-4.-- ....-..,-,- X Q ' 'j ij-...-...........-....., ,A,M,,,,.-,,4 ,Ming -5554-M --ng: 13, 5, k-J xgsy'x,,,M I, , - --MX L J 149 y its ri ff s t, f YK sf Q5 , mi!-T CASTILLOYV ALLISON ARGOVITZ ERYVIN Loos BRECHT LEVY TERRANEL A RAVKIN F irst Term THE I928 Forest High cage team proved itself to be one of the greatest quintets that ever represented the Green and White on the painted courts. For the second consecutive year, the Lions copped the city cage championship without sustaining a loss. This team was composed of Iuda Levy, Gus Erwin, Lou Ravkind, Abe Argovitz, and Howard Brecht. Throughout the season, Ravkind and Levy were the outstanding cagers in the city, but much credit should be given to Erwin, Argovitz, and Brecht. Their brilliance was overshadowed by the sparkling play of Ravkind and Levy. After downing Arlington and Gainesville, the Lions defeated the. Denton Broncos in the finals for the Tenth District Championship, 28 to 27. The Green Wave won the right to enter the State tournament at Austin by taking the measure of the 'Alba High quintet. "Honk" Erwin was the star offensive player, with "Bull" Levy, as usual, stopping all the Alba drives. After drawing a bye in the first round of the state tourna- ment, the Lions defeated their bitter gridiron enemies, the Cisco Big Dam Loboes, 22 to 23. After advancing to the semi-finals, the Green Wave was defeated at the hands of the Austin High School cagers. Their strength being sapped, the Lions were overwhelmed by the powerful Athens teams in the last game of the season. . ff 6 - ." - . 'J' v . W f it , t .fs 'Ni iw' q J FFERS' MCCULLOUGH WRIGHT STEGIVIAN SOVVELL L.-mow LEVINE WATSON LAUcus ON DUFFE Second Team TO make a clean sweep in the first and 'second team series, Coach Forester,s Cubs won the second team championship, after playing off a tie with the Bryan High Wolflets. Coach Forester's starting Hve was composed of Watson and Jeffers, forwards, McC11llough, center, Parker and Sowell, guards. This quintet worked smoothly and machine-like together. In order to determine the second team champion, Athletic Director John Fouts ordered the teams to play a series of three games, the teams winning two to be champions. , The first game was played in the Bryan High gym. The Cubs were strengthened by the addition of Allison and Castillow from the first squad. This game was featured by close guarding and superb goal tossing. C. B. Watson, Cub forward, led the way for the scorers. The floor work of Parker was outstanding. The Wolflets also played their best game of the season, but were defeated by three points. The second game of the series was played in the Forest gym. This contest had the same atmosphere as the first team championship games. The Cubs had little trouble in downing the WolHets. Watson, again, was the shining light. Parker, also, displayed his usual dazzling floor work. By winning this series, all the trophies for the 1928 City Cage Series were brought to Forest. Basket Ball PRBSEASON SERIES December I4-Forest, December 23-Forest, December 29-Forest, December 30-Forest, December 31-Forest, First Term 27 ............e,ee 2 .,.... I3 ,..,.., 22 eeeD.r. 26 ....,vD I7 .,...,. , X -,-----Y.lVl.C.A. ---,,-----.Athens --,-,--.Athens ----,,tCanton .-.---.Canton January I 3-Forest, 32 ........ ...... T yler, January I 4-Forest, I 8 ................,.,..., .,.... T yler, City Series January I 6-Forest, 30. ..,....,,. ..........,. ....,v.. , . ..w..Ye.. B ryan, January 20-Forest, 5 3 ........eDe .,.,,,e N orth Dallas, January 2 7-Forest, 2 8 ,..,.... ,,,,v..... S unset, January 31-Forest, 26 ,,,-,.,. ...... O ak Cliff, February 2-Forest, 29 ......... We ,,.,, . ..... Bryan, February 7-Forest, 37 ,...,v.., ,,,,,,2 N orth Dallas, February I 6--Forest, 3 I ........, ., ..,,.,,..,, Oak Cliff, February 25-Forest, 26 ........ Highland Park, February 2 7-Forest, 30 ....,,.,... , ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..... Highland Park 'District Series March 2-Forest, 36 .....,,.,,,,,,,,. 2,,....,,,,,,,. .fffffff , I Arlingwn, March 2-Forest, 1 5 .-.-2222 ....... G ainesville March 3-Forest, 28 ,.v.,,,,,,,,,,,,. .,,,2I,,,..,,,, ...,.,, D e nton, State Series March I 6-Forest, 29 ., ..,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,, .....V..v V CISCO, March I 6-Forest, 21 ...,.. ..,,.,, V Austin, March 17-Forest, 2 8. ,,,....,e,v,-, 22 I.....,ee. ,,,,,,. I Athens, City Series Second Term January I 6-Forest, 2 O ,,,......, ,,,.,I....,, .,,,...,,,,,,,, B r yan January 20-Forest, I 5 .. ...... ...,,, N orth Dallas January 2 7-Forest, 25 ....I.,. ,...,v,,,.. S unset January 3 I-Forest, 25 ....... ..,,,I O ak Cliif February 2-Forest, 23 ,,,,,, February 1 4-Forest, February I6-Forest, Februar y 2 I-Forest, February 2 3-Forest, IQ 2e.ev.. 24 eeee , 26 ,,,e,.ee 29, ,,2122, -,,-,,,-,Bryan ,W-,,,,,,,, Sunsef ,,,,,,0ak Cliff mm Bryan Bryan 5 7 ! U X . , . i 3? LQ 9 JAX I 3 .- YWQNKIIA . f ' N f' Qbwl if 'C' B 4 2 1 U 3 S X f gglli-.mv -:limp 'Winzip rmfllnnllfhqif X, , wfll 4, Wqmlll, 1'?llh:':: u w ll gl',u,,'n1n,lhuI,f IJ!! iffy ., 1,i.,,,-F, XR-: Y F 5, , BURKE FRY Mooke 'THOMPSON Davis BRONVN Yarn-:s JEFF!-:Rs N.5ILOR BALDRY PALMER WILSON PRUITT B. Woons IRWIN E. Woobs Track FTER losing dual meets to North Dallas and Qak Cliff, the Forest track team copped second place in the City track meet, April 7. Oak Clif barely nosed the Lions out by three points. ' The Green Team is referred to as a "two-man team." Baldry won first places in the javelin throw, broad jump, and pole vault and tied for First place in the high jump. Nailor won the 440 yard dash, third place in the 220 yard dash, and ran anchor on the relay team. In addition, there are Palmer, W. Wilson, Jeffers, Ed. Woods, R. Woods, Redd, Isaacs, Pruitt, and Brown, who are all excellent tracksters. Nailor estab- lished a new city record in the quarter-mile, running it in S2 seconds flat, and Baldry heaved the javelin 164 feet for a new city record. Forest again won the District Meet, chalking up thirty points. Honor is due to Mr. H. B. Yates, coach. Jeffers, Nailor, Nailor, Forest, Baldry, Bnlclry, second-8 So-yard run ,...,... first-440-yard dash ,,........ third-zzo-yard dash ..,....... first-Mile Relay ,.,...........,, irst-Pole Vault ,............ .,. first-High Jump ,........,,..... Cnty Meet points Baldry, points Balclry, points Brown, points Palmer, points Palmer, points Palmer, first-Javelin, ......... first-Broad Jump.. fourth-Pole Vault ,,..,....... second-Javelin ..,............. .. second-Discus ...., .. ...... .. third-Shot Put ....... ....... W? ,ff , -4 Q.. Wm., , , ,,,,,,,..,,-1' points points point points points points Fgssh.. .. . ,,.....,.... .W -..N i X. 3 1 l 1 3 1 I l l 1 .,, . - ,ff -me --Lf 1 ex... -x- . .-. f ...xr S , A K , 'XX' 1 ' W, r' 34.4 Q MARTIN DASCH GREEN HALLER MILLER WYNN COBBEL THOMPSON BLAKEMORE LEON HUNTER Tennis HIS year the tennis tournament, which was scheduled for the month of February, was interrupted by the usual Winter Weather. Most of the practice was done at the City Park, Where the games were played. Mr. Fouts, Director of Athletics, announced that We would have another tournament next April. The boys' team, under coach W. F. Hunter, was represented by Franklin Thompson in singles, and Albert Green and George Martin in doubles. Max'Miller, Nathan Leon, and Alvin Corder served as alter- nates. There are a number of young players who should return next year to add strength to the team. The girls' team,'coached by Miss Roberta Wynn, was represented by Margaret Blakemore in singles, and Ida Cobbel and Adrian Haller in doubles. Rose Dasch served as alternate. GIRLS' SINGLES Forest-North Dallas-2-65 1-6. Forest-Bryan-6-35 6-1. Forest-Sunset-2-65 I-6. Forest-O.C. fForfeit to O.C.D DOUBLES Forest-North Dallas-2-65 1-6. Forest-Bryan-6-25 6-o. Forest-Sunset-fSunsct no doubles teamj Forest-Oak Cliff-Oak CHE 13-65 2-6. Score BOYS' SINGLES Forest-North Dallas-4.-65 o- Forest-Bryan-4.-6g 2-6. Forest-Sunset-o-65 0-6. Forest-Oak-Cliff-o-65 o-6. DOUBLES Forest-North Dallas-3-65 1 - Forest-Bryan-3-65 4-6. Forest-Sunset-6-4.9 1-6, 3-6. Forest-Oak Cliff-I-65 2-6. 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Out on a clean sea-track- Follow the cross of the gypsy trail Over the world and back! Follow the Romany patteran, West to the sinking sun, Till the junk-sails lift through the drift, And the east and west are one. houseless Follow the Romany patteran, East where the silence broods By a purple Wave on an opal beach In the hush of the Mahim woods. The heart of a man to the heart of a maid Light of my tents, be fleet. Morning waits at the end of the world, And the world is all at our feet!" Romance .,ff7?iYFf'f?fF f1f,.:. .,, 1"W'f.fi!ff2,e": 5"7'f""fQn1.iH1219 f h' J pl,-1:,g,tN',.J4l , L4 ' -"gil ,lx 'P I 4, Q Uv xv, ,l,4'f,g, 'flqllhvl 1W . m'ww.w-+ r l,,,,py.A un' l 'I' ' .m,-UAF ' " 12 ,. l., I Clgw. :Q f .g. ,H " f'i'n'V-121-A V ' G' 5? 1.13, Q f ' K Wills. Ixtidlfz nl, 1IZxILii.l1':l 'EM ' ' vIf+6w'U 1 L X ,:. 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"Yes," said Whistler, abut it took a lifetime of study to learn how." 77 Our aougratulaiion: to the Graduate: of 1928! Jllay your future: be happy and :uca.f:::fu!-and may you alway: get the ful! fruit: of your labor: f yyfynqf 00,7 ,WNWWQ X ' Q 17116 yyqyyqy 1? W I 11,Z1W111Qyf1, ' 0 1f1'f11'1ff fix 11141112411 N" W 'wil 2, 12 ,ii . ,ffff ffffw 1 ra 1 fi? , 1 1 4 f 4 1 -' , Q, f 1191- ,+fo1',,1,,f.,,-1,-f f,7,yfH1 , ,M , ,vig cf fam 2.1! 1, lift! 2,5 Z4 ua! .zfue fag 'vl lvl CHA3- UTT VAN WINKLES Q : I U The Southir Best , , BOOK STORE Taurus Racket: Bicycle: I609-II Elm Street LOCKSMITH 1620-1622 Pacific Avenue w DALLAS 236097 1oo7 Elm St. Monerief Furnace and Manufacturing Co. H eatin g and Vefziilaiing Engineer: 3903 Main Street Dallas, Texas A PIECE OF GGSSIP: Sho was perfectly flat at the dance. smoke? O-Vic Cnnlrys I smoke Robinson Crusoes. Jack: Xfvhilf kind are those? O-vie: Czxstawnys, dumbbell, castaxm s Cloth ing Headquarters -for all young men who Want a simple solution of the problem of dressing in the heighth of style-in quality clothing - at the lowest possible cost. Come on up! Jade Robfrfion: What kind of cigarettes do you Victory-Wilson, Inc. GUARANTEED CLOTHES JAS. K. WII,SON, Trax. Second Floor Nlarvin Bldg., Main and Akard Sts. Oflice Phones 2-2876---2-5876 Res. 4-4915 HARRY M. SMITH Real Estate Sales ami Lomzf SOI Linz Building Dallas, Texas Shu: Do you know why I wont marry you? Hr: I cnn't think. Shu: You guessed it. Phones: 4--51415 4-5142 Forest at Colonial H8d6ZQ1ld1'Z67X UYQUR DQCTQR Riding Equipment OUR Gutdoor Clothing REFERENCE" Service ffm! is appreciated C IS 208 N. AKARD STREET o af QQIIIIIHHIIIHIIHIIIHIIIllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIRHIIIHIIIIIHIHIIHIIIIIIIlllIllIllIlllllllllllllilIIlllllllIIIIIIIHllllllllllllllllllllllg OUR! Qns'QolhQs fi 2172142 aff 2469 Jfyfe ffzaf 2 U U71 Q' 772 Q 72 2 Muffin Q , 2 QQAIIIIIIFWIIR ofonmsmmwnfy 2 liglllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllh?i M F z z d z zf The 076' OVES S Z! 677 S Ka Hollman Heater C0 ff d JJ Q00 Humor mu a than any other HOFFMAN WATER HEATER ICE in your home for dependable hot water service. IN DALLAS Phone 7-2863 1916-IS jackson Str t Compliments 0 f RUTH LAIRD PALACE SCHOOL OF THE rTlHEATRE AND DANCE 17142 ELM STREET PHONE 2-8611 DODCE BROTHERS .New Six "TI-IE SPIRIT OF YOUTH" PERRY IVIOTOR CO. 2121 PACIFIC AVENUE Phone 4.-5118 K. A. KRAYER, Prop. IDEAL PHARINIACY The Store of Terxomzl Service The lVIost Complete Drug Store in South Dallas Forest at Colonial Dallas, Texas SMITH Ice Cream Company Q12 South Harwood Street DALLAS, TEXAS lo WW . ce Mllll AB 1 Ili On Forest High Campus -and that of every other School and College in America-Society Brand dressed men add proof that "it's the cut of your clothes that Countsf' In KHllIl,S Comprehen- sive showing of Society Brand Clothes there's every variation of the new and the good. E. M. KAHN St CC. Main and Elm at Lamar Q CORDER'S BAKERY e9l4fl7ZZ4f6lCZZH"8l' of C0l'6i6'7',.i' Bread PHONE 4-1054 5013-3OI5 COLONIAL AVF. DALLAS Talk Z0 Elle PLU BI New Work-Heating-Repairs Everything Pertaining to Plumbing BENNING St BENNING 816-SIS Exposition Ave. BUSINESS COLLEGE DALLAS, TEXAS 'gffze School With- cz Repulatiofzn The Metropolitan has made good for Forty Years. Its commodious buildings and excellent equipment, its able faculty, its standard courses of study, its strong financial backing, its long career of useful service, its high standing in business circles, its wide reputation and influence, its business-like management, and its location in Dallas, the great commercial center of the Southwest, all combine to give the fullest assurance of r satisfaction and success. "A position for every grad- Dallas, fexas Phones: 3-I I I I5 3-8116 UMC-" Come Io see as or phone 2-4569 for informalion Zldflljf is 51 Tmdzizbfz di... 5 The iSouth's Greatest Department Store SAN ROS. DALLAS - WACO ' I-'OKI' WORTH ' VVICHYDR When YOU are the Editor or Business Manager Compliments of your School's Annual if 0 The .AIVIERICAN BEAUTY COVER Co. with its many years of experience, will be glad both have free to help you plan a cover that will be striking and economical in cost. You only to ask for this service-it is and places you under no obligation. Metzgefs Creameries UENDS THE QUEST AMERICAN BEAUTY COVER CO. FOR THE BEST, 1902 Orange Street DALLAS yr MICHELIN f is TEXACo 0 ,jj it Oil and Gas fr!! i Q id 5 fl. J xxx mln f ARM Tires and Tubes Q3 Buckhorn Service Station "Open Jll Night" 2401 Second Ave. McSpadden Bros., 'Pr0p. Phone 4-43 1 Q Q Eleatriaizy is Your Tireless Me- chanical Slave ALERT to your every bid- ing, this fluid-like energy is YOUR slave, in school, church, home, in commerce and industry. With a flick of the switch, limit- less power flows to the outlet at your very hand, ready to light your way, ready to do your laun- dry, or to clean your home, ready to operate your radio. You , may use electricity in more than twenty thousand ways. Take fu!! advantage of this fitent, willing servant! DALLAS POWER sf LIGHT Thix is the great electric generating station which supplies the electric needr of Dallas. COMPANY I t bl th ll pl t f twenty- . , , me B ow' ujgweyix? agolim 0 Lzght-Heat-Power-Refrzgeratwn 'W m 0 ti S En . X X Ux f 5 5 Hx L I o ' 2 ix F' :nz P ' 0 VIVJU i ' YIHIIMW ii -' fllf' - 315 ,H gfff FPS 'Ti' 1 - i Knockout ads-catch that. Esther gd poficv. ,f-qc. , I V - I: 1 ry d N 1 D x O ,2"fi?1' 523. - 34. :Gin E fffi ni 5 .sn ' '..' 1 'W , l EW: .. 4 ' C ' 0 1 0 0' - ' 0 . . . I . o ,..v. - .Q tzizy 1 ff-V, hy-N .' If 1 I 9 :.-,.,,.. - tl 1 1. W fi George after ads. Q 'L V ' 2 i .4 i ' 5, N X l I , ' ft! 7 75 'C 2" I X w " T X ff 3 WV , 159 - X IA? af, A . . .1 A553 Qi- "gi g , J iq F W -,:, 5 1- 5? L xy-ij Annualu Clothes have distinction. Hard Boiled Advertisers FW Tame JMR from 1726 gravely Sfore Good Milk Helps Build Dallas DALLAS MILK COMPANY o Smog NOTHER new Word - - rmog. A Weather man in a smoky city dug it up. It means a heavy blend of smoke-soot-and-fog in the early morning. fll This is one Word Dal- las people can not use, amusing though it is. They have no smog. 'll Dallas has natural gas. THE DALLAS GAS COMPANY WHITE'S DAL-SEC THEATER Corner Dallas Street and Second Avenue cfffze Family Tlzeatrel, Continuous Performance Saturday and Sunday 3:00 to 11.00 P. M.-Other Clays 7:00 to I 1 :OO P. M.-All Cars Stop in Front of Door-Always Parking Space Near. Visit Dallas, Newest and Most Modern Suburban Theatre Q 5 HART, SCHAEENER Sc MARX Clothes Hrzmfwer efuery style require- ment .... and every price re- quirement. That is the reason for the young man's preference HURST BRQS. CO. Thrift .... a most important lesson for school boys and girls. Few of us are extravagant. Yet lots of us find it hard to have any money to save. VVe do not take advantage of existing organized effici- ency-perhaps because we do not know of it. This is a store you should know more about. You can- not help saving When you buy here. Sears, Roebuck SL Co MAIN S I FIEID STS, fnomrorrmniscmrrnrn Amor-mrzx cromfstj Retail Dgpdrtmgnt Storg Forest Hi Drug Store O7'l-Will! M477 CO. FOREST AVE. AND MEADOW ST. Direct Imliggigisand Retail CONNIE H. BENNETT it Japanese Art Goods U U Quick Tlelifuery ' The Best Place to Go and Novelties Established IQOO Phone 2-6742 1311011655 4-'I7295 443076 DALLAS I3 1 2 Elm St. Dallas, Texas l ,QQ 64 4. fi A ' 1-JH Sidney Adams: Why am I still unn xarr iedi Helm Q A 1 don't kn b V0 ff Good at All Meals Ig. f some PPS ACE BREAD frfhe loaf with more slicey, l?A"'...4:Zi,:q :-:.:':Vt.:':. E IE:'Z':':4:':':.:.:4:':':,:4:4:'ii V ,E ..:1:::: 5 35? SCHE PPS lll BUTTERNUT .,., R "Fines: for toast" in A SCHE PPS We Sell DINNER ROLLS Detroit jewel ".7Nf0rle fZ?e1f1fer" Zlilr Ranges S .gg gi- They Fake Better I PACKAGE BREAD "Best 'for all occasions" Schepps-Kleber Baking Co. Since 1876 R. L. BOOTH HDW. Where quhlilwy tells ' aml price sells. 605 North Akard Phone 2-5648 Compliments of , ALVVAYS ALVVAYS ONE NEW PRI f ' QE ul STYLE ' kflioco ND 1600 ELM ST., Corner STQNE PACKARD SIX G'g?i'Zii5'f5 EIGHT Tacleizm' Scruggs Co. 2103 Pacific Avenue Q of- Sfreef Cars Build Cities . . 1 DALLAS RAILWAY sf TERMINAL COMPANY I Partners in the Growth of Dallas o 0,0 HE NEWS is Dallas' oldest, largest and most influ- N ential newspaper. It is read in practically all of the substantial, progressive homes of Dallas and the territory that is tributary to the city. N o other paper approaches it in coverage of the homes of its field. hz Bulb! Warning 21115 Compliments o f N elson's Pharmacy aeobas Dry Goods Complete line of Ready-to-Wear and Shoes. 1905 Second Ave. Phone 4-6796 Phone 4-62 86 American Barber Shop SID FICNDLEY, Trop. A Family Barber Shop ISZIM Second Ave. Dallas, Texas IKHIITTLE , EVERYTHING MUSICAL 1215 GLM STI 5 DRLLHS. TCXT Diarnonds-Watches--Novelty Jewelry "Qrtzdua1tion Gifts That Last" ALVIN JEWELRY CO. 1516 Main Street Group Tlzotof niaafe by C. H. BILLETT IOO3M Flin St. Dallas Phone 7-3305 Texas 74719 DALLAS X 3 RAT HER s PHARMACY R. E. MAXWELL "e9Wotorcycle 'Deliizeryn K . Special Attention Given to QOOIZ Qlroclen-D Prescriptions Phone 4-0738 2222 Second Ave. Phones 3-24773 3-oo6o S501 East Grand BLUE BoNNET co. Wm. C. Hiegert ei-ll6lZllfflff!t7'87'5 anal lmporterr Exclusive Under arments . Q v g Flowers For All Occasions Santa l'e Building Dallas, Texas 2712-24 Forest Ave, Phone 4-2541 Garrett's Beauty Shop Colonial Motor Co. dll Vllork Done by Experts Only General Permanent Waving A Specialty-56 1AL1tO1'DObllC RCp3lflHg 1902 Second Ave. Phone 4-3761 3219 Holmes St. Phone 4-3673 Phone S-4466-55132 E. Grand DR. O. VV. GIBBS Dentist DALLAS TEXAS O C PHARMACY The Store of Conrteons Service Phone 4-7124 1818 Second Ave. Dallas, Texas Conipliinents of Second Avenue Dry Goods Company 1923 Seponcl Ave. 1000 Good Quality 6M White Envelopes Printed 53.00 5ooo for 512.50 WILLIAMS PRINTERY Particular Y-Urinters Phone 3-1654 Dallas, .Texas The importance of an education is so Vital that no stu- dent should fail to plan and save for higher learning. MERCANTILE NATIONAL BANK ' Main at Lamar 0:0 C Texas Troclucts .... Made under strict hygienic super- gifjegialif0fg?mfg12blQfghegh 55135 Brownh' LIBERTY BELL Crackers, Cakes, fffifsofelfiillfgffg 3510255 02013215 and Candies are quality products produced ing and Candy Making has en- ' T abled us to produce goods of ln CXQS. Superior Quality. SALTINE FLAKES-"eff Real Cracker 'Delifacyn BROWN CRACKER Sc CANDY CO. J Taxa: Industry DALLAS The Title to Your Home ADVERTISE Have It Guaranteed REMEMBER1H1l if Better to Be Safe than m Sorry Stewart Title guaranty Co. CAPITALLS 1 ,5oo,ooo.oo CHAS. A. MURPHY, mgf. GEO T. BURGEss, Jay. OUR ANNUAL "Il Tczys to wldfveviisen FORESTER ANNUAL OFFICES: Dallas, Galveston, Houston, San Antonio, Ft. Worth, and Fl Paso "Its lhe fdSf9 thai lellsu :zo I. KLEPAK SPORTING CO. Calf Clubs 81.50 1918 ELM STREET ' Kell!! Jwakefv PHONE 2-6587 CAMPBELL J13AjKI,Ngl COMPANY SLO-BAKED PHONE 2-5415 WONDER BREAD DALLAS, TEXAS Medical Arts Drug Store "Open all night" PHONE 2-8181 DALLAs, TEXAS Phone 2-5 3 76 BAUM St CGMPANY Clothiers and Furnishers uofirplvzne slyler-Subway prices" 1024 Flin Street Dallas, Texas Grady's Barber Shop We specialize in ladies' and children's hair bobbing. Compliments of 346366 Jewelers Phone 2-2106 Phone 4-5372 2116 Second Ave. 207 North Ervay St. between Elm and Pacific l f f Shag My business 1S getting ads. my Ha: Mine is keeping UP with "For- 5315, est" fads. we X Q If j United Glass St Mirror Co. . B -8 3- VVe do all kinds of glasswork ' E Ifhcnes 3-31183 3-7584 2612 Swiss Ave. Compliments of Judge Ben H. Fly l The Early Drug Co. NI. A. CANNON, fllafzager Scmimzfion, Seaffuice, Sozlisfozcrion 2001 SECOND AVENUE Phone 4-5159 Phone 4-0083 As the years go on, this book will become dearer, and dearer to you . . - . We are only too glad to contribute this Wee bit in helping you to get it out. 1' Q n-N ' ff ' A., ff!!! Imlplllif I Qag ri KLA! -,Q 3 ev. if ff- l 3 I 'ff' V 'f ff,-XXL:-J !'sj6',urvr K XM ,, 7 , ' 4 "" " V14 fl ,Ja s , VI NJI' ' x 1 ff , WX 1- lld 7 xv , en Sesame f We Pass-word to a Yllyfhzkal 77'ea.vure Cave . , S, I I 1 0 it 1 mf ' IM! Wlllllll ll umm vi My When you have a spare half hour in the after- noon, stop in and let the Chief Operator W show you about. -w More valuable, more magical things you pass by without notice every day. You need no password to enter a much more wonderful and interesting place-the operating room of your own Telephone Oflice. Ancient Romancers never conceived of anything half so marvelous as the telephone. They would have traveled leagues to see whatuis within a few blocks of your home. It is worth seeing. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY' f"'u N 8 o l 1. nhl Sf!!! Qlnofizer Tear . . T has been a pleasure to make all the photo- graphs appearing in this issue of the F orester. Cur association with the faculty, students, and Forester Staff, has been most pleasant. n 'L I .. 4 s .., I , 1 vo s 1' Q J 4 P? V, g i x dl.-... .f1.., , n o X . X' - 6 .. .- 5 - P ,- I 0 1 6' 1 l HALLQGENTRY srpnros 161956 ELM STREET I 'ZJNGRAWNG ,af X cf ami tif, kill and handiwork Nthe embodiment s , demands a care, a faith and a hope that can only be acquired through inherent ability, a desirefto-do and a time-proven experience. 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