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

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STOQQKARD SIlIlt'fiIlfl'lILl4'lIf leisxisfmlf SIlfJt'l'iIlI't'IItI,t'I1f 'Dixlrivi S1lfH'l'jIIfl'lIllt'llf uf Srlmuls of Srlrools of High Srfumlx BOARD OF EDUCATION BOUDH STOREY ------ - 'Prmiflvnf COMMITTEES Fifzunre: Nvu' Buildings: L. 0. Donald, fbairnuuz Mrs. W. A. Lecper E. N. Noyes Supjzlirsr Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Dr. David W. Carter L. O. Donald Rules: , fbairnmn , Jr. Alex W. Spence. ffmirzmzu Dr. David XV. Carter, Jr. Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt S pcvinl : E. N. Noyes, flmirnmn L. 0. Donald Alex W. Spence LII urly Room : Mrs. W. A. Leeper, flvairnnuz Dr. David W. Carter. jr. Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Wfvlfure: Dr. David W. Carter, jr., f' Mrs. W. A. Leeper Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Alex W. Spence, flmirman L. O. Donald E. N. Noyes lwai rmarz H"'.lUl'1'.sf4'l' XVYLIE A. PARKER 'Prinripal of Forvsf c,fl'l'l7lll' High School "1 illN'l'.S fm' TURA W. DIAL M. A., Columbia University Flztqlisb EDNA ROWE M. A., University of Texas CilIgI1XA7 LEO. S. BARRETT A.B.,University of Texas illrvluzllinzl Ufd wing DOROTHY GERLAQH B. A., University of Texas .Hixfory IQATIQ HixssELL B. S., Peabody College QIatfn'r11:1firx LociL1.E SEGR1s'r B. A., Southern Methodist University 'Pbyxiral Kpllllfllfiflll ETHEL lN'lASTERS B. A., University of Texas Llzfin GEO. C. RORIE B. A., University of Arkansas Dlalbvrzzafirx RACHEL M. FOOTE Ph. B., University of Chicago 'Dunn EMMA H. BIROXVN B. A., University of Arkansas ifllczfbwlzalivs LT. COL. R. L. COLEIAAN Gonzaga College Jllilifary BEss THATCHER B. A., University of Texas History llw ' ilOl'0S'h'I', T' W I JOE L. BERGIN B. A., Southwestern University History MRS. PERCIE HOLDEN 3 'Pianist 5 WILLIE MAE BERRY B. S., University of Texas Home Economics I I A. J. Loos ' B. A., Grinnell College 2 Jbfafbenzatics LOURANIA MILLER M. A., University of Chicago .Latin ELIZABETH BAGLEY B. A., University of Texas 6' I1 glisb ELLA J. MURPHY Ph. B., University of Chicago English J. T. USRY B. 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A., Southwestern University A Sviericc' l RUTH E. BARHANI ' B. A., University of Texas Spanish RETTIE K. ENsoR B. S., Peabody College effff H. B. YATES B. A., University of Tennessee History EMNIA H. BROWN B. A., University of Arkansas ' Jblafberizatirs L. E. ROSSER B. A., Baylor University JDIaffJr'uzn1'ics ADRIENNE MICHELSON B. A., University of Texas 'Physical Edzzcaiion J. T. KENNINGTON B. A., Baylor University Jblaibeuzatics ADDIE MELSON B. A., College of Industrial Arts 6' I1 gl isb RUTH CHRISTOPHER B. A., University of Texas History ELMA THORNELL Office 1 I In B. A., Southern Methodist University P N' .I UI'P.S'fl'l' FLETCHER WICKHAM B. A., Baker University Sjmuixb BEss THATQHER B. A., University of Texas Hislory ALICE HARRINGTON B. S., University of Arkansas Home CTFUIIUIIZTQAS C. T. BTCCZORTWACK Drauglions Business College C-0llIIIli?l"lTi!1l LOUISE XVILCOX B. A., Missouri State Teaeliers College IDI IISTL' RUTI-I ST. JOHN B. 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JULIUS BRAVEMAN Tlval lu"x so I4'I'll-likvll fry all luis nlafrx Alum' xlmzctv bon' lvlgfyly Illlinx raivs. GEORGE DUKE To lin' up In fln' naun' Dllkl' mllxl be II luml faxkg "How Ilovx Gmrgn' llo il so u'I'll?" In ask. Izzui IJECHTMAN CHIIIIJIIX Fllfllp miglrf zvrll lu' bis Illllllf, For along fbal lim' lJv's zum: 11111617 fanlr. OSCAR I-IIGI-ITOWER Tall and slcmlvr, a 170-J' flJal".I graml: To bill! flu' llmlors 31111.11 !JLll'l' fo lmml. JAMES IQAVANAUGH A !JlHIl!XUllIl' lm-y is Ibis Iamvsg FVUIII all Wjvorlx ln"s off flu' llaIm's???? AUBIE MCKENZIE Pt'I'XUIIl1llfJ' plus ix on Ilisjrllzy lnwvg TlJvrz"ll bv no num' lilac Aulric, um' fear. GORDON MORRIS To know u boy su l'!J4I?'H1llIg aml so ffm' ls a frvaf ffm! I lIt'l't'P' tlfi'dlIlf,t1 lla minv. I IIIENRY 'TSUKAHARA HI' lll't'3KI'Y in Xlllfl lgnrla' laxlv aml N0 lIt'df Tbal flIl'I'l'vX l1f"I'r a xflul on lrinz from In-all In frrf. SOCRATLS VRATIS Tlllw' txl7t'l'I'A fo a lilly ll'l?!I flax 4711711111171 xwlxv, loo, As zwll ax flu' lonkx llraf ara' gll'l'lI lo fvzv. MARGARET COBLFR A fl'lt'lItl 1l'lI1'II wYUIl'l'!'lI1 Ilvnf Is a goml fricml, ull, yvx, irlllcml. MARX' MANN Sln' ix qllivlg xln' ix slr-yr Yvf llJI'rz"x U1lSL'l7ll'f ill lwr Pyr. XIIVIAN MOUNTZ D0 yall kllflll' ffm! In' flaw a girl llrrv W'lJu is .IIl't'l'f alla' jzrwfl-y ami' I'vl'wy Ilvari OQIE PERRY Szcwf aml gunllv, quid, and Jrmllrfg Wal-1's so jwlrasillg ana' rbaraflw' so pllrr. WYNONA MILLS Poplzlarllvy HIIlSf ln' llI'sI'r1'lIlg. "I urea lei' RUTH PEOPLES She thinks that life is not too long, For 71010 ana' then a little song. GEORGE HARRIS A reel-headed boy noticed from afar, But close up, too, he's above par. XVILMA FRENCH A picture does not show her hairs But, believe it or not, the red is there. LOUISE COWAN A happy face, a happy heart, For her a place will set apart. WAYNE TUCKER A big, tall blonde of football fame Whom boys and girls all know by name. JANE LAWRENCE The very best at tennistry As well as other sports is she. HELEN STAR If an all-round student you wish to find, Here's the girl we have on our mind. EVELYN WORTSMAN She has beauty and brains and grace and fun, Charm and personality all rolled into one. PAULINE GRESSETT Let men say what e'er they will, Worrzazz, woman rules them still. R. C. HEWETT A Chineese puzzle, hard to understand 5 But very good-looking and every inch a man. MARY ESTHER JOHNS Since her popularity increases all the time, Her praises need not be sung in this rhyme. LOUISE BRUTON This very, very attractive face In our heart will always win a place. ' nlvsslvl' MARGIE LYNN COWAN She is known fo one and all, 'Cause for her the boys do fall. MARGUERITE FANNING A liffle mischief now and ihen Is relishea' hy the hesf of men. , J. T. EDWARDS Qzzife a hi! wifh ihe girls he makes, So a high spof in our school he fakes. ANETA BARBER She's lovely to gaze upon, beffer fo know, Henee her many ailnzirers and never a foe. MYRLE BAKER Happy is she who finds her way Pleasanf in ihings of everyday. LETHA HUNTER To know her is inileeal a freai Because of her eharrns and a nafure sweet. IRENE BENTLEY She noi only has looks ami a cheery smile, But she wears her elofhes wifh a snap- py sfyle. FRANK JONES Quite a fine fellow is ihis Frank, To he sure, he's one on whom you ran bank. WILLIE WALDMAN His praises as a rleelaimer we sing, For in this he excels above everyfhing. MELBA BATES We all know her-she's atfraefiife and sweef, A girl thafs friendly and hard to heat. JIMNIIE COOK Or lighi or ilark, or short or fall, She sefs a spring fo snare fhem all. FREIDA FRIEDBERG A wit, an artisf, and lots more, toog There's hardly anything this girl can'! rio. Ilw . lo resfe r -1 HELEN GOLDMAN Cnfe-rlear-quife pefife, Anil, may we arld, is very sweet. Rox' BLACK Presirleriz' of the IV-B Class was be, And bis claarming smile is a sigh! fo see. WILLA IVIAE MILLSAP A friend inzleezl as fbe sfories gag Tbe jinesf is slJe, we'll fell you so. RUTH MCCLAIN Sbe's like fbe oflaer MeClains we know, Quife full of fun and rearly I0 go. BEATRICE LATIMER In Bea you jqnrl a friend, Ever sineere to fbe Very enrl. NAOMILEA FOXVLER Ou! of 1lJe worla' u'lJen ou! of fashion. Consfanfly "obit" now seems a passion GMEGA CUMMINS Omega bas inrleea' an excellent milzrlg In fad, lJe,s unuszmlly bright we find MARJORIE NOVICH A ilancer divine, A comrade- fine. IDA MAE MILLER Paiienee and genfleness laas she, Wifb grades quite aa'rniral2le to see. KATIE HORNE Sbe's lovely looking, quiie fall, Anil greatly liked by one and all. HERMAN MAYERHOPF Not so long as is bis name, Bu! lJe's a genfleman just flae same. LEANORE PURVIN In public speaking does she excel, And in other flaings jus! as well. 9 lln' -' .i o!'0.ssfm' 1 I W L, : l 1 N l H N W yi 1 s I 'w W N ,I .UN is ,ll I , 1- - --. ..1....-- MARGARET BRIN Tlx lwsl of fonzrarlvs, frank anrl frvv, Wiib flmrnz anal a plvasing pvrsonalily. GARLAND READ A spellvr of fbi' firsf vlass is lx, X7il'f01'lU1lS in vrvry spvlling luv.. PAULINE CORNIAN Eyrs fha! sparlelv-langlw so gayg Tln' lvvsf ll.'l',l'l' Inv! in many a Jay. FRANCES BERRY SlJf"s rvry popular and uw' likr In-r mnrbg lVIOVl'0l'f'l', slJv's go! "flJal skin yon low io fourlwf' ROBERT MONROE "To girr lo flu' uwrlil flu' lwsf I rani' Mnsf be flu' nzoffo of flwis yonng man. GENEYIEVE LAWRENCE Skin so prvfiy-vyc's flzal sfir, Tvcib so CIT!!-fbt1f,X like lrrr. Lois ALLEN Six is small, lun' lofs of fun, Anal is zwll liki-J by awry onv. JESSIE LEA MAGNESS XVorzls are noi so t'lOL11Il'lIfQ lbvy vanno! lm, To vxlbrvss our opinion of Ivssiv Lva. ERNESTINE SEABOLT As a fypisf zu' know slJc"s wry finr, As wall as a good frivinl of yours and inincn RUBY CONNER As fine as flfe grin u'lJosc' nann' slrc bvars, For yciars ana' yvars bm' frivmislziji wears. NELL MEADOR Onifc' lilac ibc rlJarac'l0r of Divlewls is Nell, For slnfs quivf and nzorlvsf anzl X1L'l'L'f as wall. SIDNEY SMILOVITZ Pzfrsnasion lips his fongnv zulvvn For bv falksg Surfess will lu' bis in awry jrafb lx walks. l f f I N' ,t01'e.s'fer i ii i Ai ii X SIDNEY ADAMS A nznsieian in the Forest hand, Ana' in his uniform, girls, he's grand. A MARY PATTIE AGNEW Full of fun, with plenty of pep, Is this pretty little lerunette. KATHERINE WATERS The lzoys will moan and fret all day Wfhen Katherine has gone her way. HAT1'IE KIRSCHNER A mozlel senior in this girl we findg Pep, looks, and an intellectual mind. THELMA POTTER Cute and aftraetive, and so popular toog Her admirers, we venture to say, are not few. EVERETTE HOCKWALD I marched the lobby, twirled my stick, The girls all cried, "He's quite the kick!" JOHN RUBIN Let this picture speak for this fine boy, To every girl his presence is a joy. BEATRICE METZGER Her looks and style are the envy of all, And for her, -many adfmirers they call. EDITH REEVES We miss you more than you'll ever know, And are sorry that you had to go. JANE COLLINS Hereis a student and a good sport, Who wins her battles fairly fought. MARIE MATTox Tho' gentlemen prefer a blonde, Here's one brunette of whom they're fond. CARL WRIGHT He has looks and common sense, toog So for him much success is due. " OI e.s'f4'1' MARY JANE SNYDER A debater, a deelaimer, and a student, too, Besides all this she's a friend true blzle. SADYE KESSLER Lovely hair and 1-harming smile, A Pretty elothes with lots of style. RUTH NOVICH She has a disposition gay, And seatters sunshine by the way. WILONSCO MILTNER He'll long be remembered for his smzle so gay, N0 matter the distanee that he might stray. JANE MORRIS Editor-in-Chief of the ECHO is she With sense as well as personality. FRANCES WYNN All things done by fair degrees Will mean a life of pleasant ease. JOSHUA KAHN In all his subjects he's a shark, It's a pity 100's the highest mark. GRACE JANE BENNETT A charming disposition she displays, Good reasons for popularity are her ways. . CARMEN DYE The honor of elass poet does she hold, Capably filling the place, so we're told. WANDA BRADEN Here's a student full of fun, And a very merry one. LOUISE FENLEY If all Louises were as sincere, In this world thereid be more cheer. HARRY JANSEN We a'on't know him well, but what we,ve heard Is that Harry is a very wise old bird. if ml lx fl l I Il' I ,I ll II H Ia l Ml ll' ,I gl , .Il 4-M f il: n II 14 I LL , 7 VR, 7 ll Y -1-.....5.. - - Offirfefci HELEN PARKER She has personality, and, whatis more, , She's the type that all the boys adore. YVONNE MURPHY Some like 'em short, some like 'em tall, But here's a girl that pleases all. MOZELLE BAUM N We're sorry that you went awayg Q H7521 missyou for Nlllily and many a I ay. FRANK TERRANELLA His friends they are manyg His foes-has he any? EDITH HEFLIN X She's a girl we're proud to claim as a friend, And our friendship we hope graduation won't end. JOY KOOKEN A quite popular young lady is this joy, ' Whose grace pleases the girl as well as the boy. MARCI-IMAN BROWN Look at the curls, I Watch out-girls! l l DOROTHY MAE KNOTTS N Red hair and gay smile belong to Dot, So one cannot help but like her a lot. BEATRICE Cox H ere's a girl who knows the way To combine both work and play. l ' THELMA HOLDER 3 A comrade ine and full of glee, A I l The sort of girl one likes to see. ' WILLIE IMAE CLINKSCALE A sweet, uncommon girl is Willie Maeg She's plenty cute and what a winning way. ABIE MEYER i He's a very jolly fellow, 5 With a disposition mellow. g K ln' ,I ,'1l,,-M,,. COLLIS CALVIT Worth, voiiragv, honor, the-sr imlaczl, Will makv him thc' tyjn' a business will naval. REGINA PENN The nanzr' Rvgina rvinimls us, of a quvvn, Esparially so sinn' this girl ll'L',l'C' savn. HELEN ZUBATSRY We like har for har sunny smile That inakvs bw' wclvoinv all tba whilv. ERNIE PILKINGTON He lZL'l't'l' fails to speak a wfml so pleasing, Hc' riewr ffasrs all the girls a'ti'asing. FAE BURNIASTER Evvr vharming, 4-wr ncw, Ever smiling, IlL'l't'l' blue. FRANK SHIELDS His smile is a plvasim' to all hi' knows For it rhasvs away awry om' of their woas. MERRITT BISHOP The football hvro's qnitv the thing, Anil that's why his praisvs wv sing. TROY HILTON A hamlsonu' lad, with a jzlcasing way, Om' iloc'sn't nzcvt vrvry Ilay. EDNA EVANS Modest and sinzplu and wry sufvat, Inst the type om' likes to nzvvt. GEORGE BILGER Hc're's to a boy whrfs truly a blonalcg Of him we can sec why fha girls arf' fond. ROBERT GREEN His smile is one that will ilvrcr grow old, For itis not too corffial aml not too cold. MYRON LIPSITZ A boy that is stmlions is unusual to see, But an unusual boy is this Myron Lm. " UI l'.S'llfl' MARCUERITE TOBOLOWSKY Sbe's called Toby by name, And is a dancer of fame. J. L. GLEASON Tlae girls just simply ean't resist I. L. And tbe reason wby, bis looks surely tell. WINSTON RUMSEY Surely all wbo know binz will arlnzit Tbat witb tbe girls be sboula' nzalze a big bit. LILLIAN SCHWARTZ Here's one 'witb tbe real olfl-fasbionerl lureg Modest and quiet anal prettily ilenzure. EVELYN WALLACE Sbe's lovable anrl blonde--a eonzbina- tion tbisg And Evelyn is a girl one really lIlZlStII,f nziss. Momus BURKE He,s a boy wb0's dependable ann' fit for trust, One wbo will always do what be nzust. RICHARD ALLISON A place be's won on tbe football lineg He's basbful, girls, but give binz tinze. MARY JANE JOFFRIAN Did you ever bear tba! tbe girl with tbe smile Is tbe only girl wbo is really worib wbilc? STELLA MOSESMAN It's true, if eyes were made for seeing, "Beauty is its own excuse for beingf' HORACE THOMAS Open, eanzlid, ana' generous is beg What more can one ask than tbese qualities tbree? NATI1AN SIEGAL Here's a student of tbe finest sort, Botb serious and jolly, and an all-rounfl sport. JACK KIRSCHNER A true violinist bane we here, Witty ambition, spirit, ana' nature sin- cere. N l..t. A. N' . o1"e',s'fv1' IRVIN YONACR Say, you girls, if yon lilev your fvllfnvs tall, Step right this zvayg hvrv's unc who pleases all. ANNIEL Pl-IARES Fair trvssvs 1nan's inzpcrial ran' t'llSlIL1l'I', Anal hvanty draws ns with a single hair. JOHN L. JOHNSTON Qnitv II stiiilvilt is this our, Yvt hv finils thc tinn' for fun. LEHMAN TIMS A type' to hinzsvlf, an ailznirahlv inang Wv'1'c lilzval hi1n sinvc our afqizaiiztaizra' hfgazz. PHYLLIS Cox Lc't's drink a toast to this l!lc'l'1'j' lass Wfho has thv pozwr to plvasv thi' nmss. HAROLD FRIEDLANDER If you know hinz, -yon know it's nsv- lcss to start Enunzvratiizg his l'tllIlU'l7llf hv's won our hvart. HENRY MILLER Y0n'll lznozu hinz hy his hig hunts- Anil, girls! as Dan Cnjviil hz' shoots. EUGENE BROCK EIlgf'lIC,S so ilijfcrvizt anil lots of fnn, That llltlll-17 fricmls this -ycar hv's won. GERTRUDE SACHS Har wry frozvns are fairer far Than sniilvs of othrr IlIHlLll'lIX arc. FAY LAGOW Hail to thi' king of playvrs! It's trnv thvy say Thvrv is no one hvttvr in sports than Fay. . ARTHUR GOTTLICH Hc"s little, but in that small franzr' Thvre's plenty of pep to zvin a good -name. ' ADALAX'DE MICHAELSON Small paclzagcs, thfy say, arc oft thi' bvstg A1111 here's one CAYIIIIPIL' of that test. IP , 3 oresfeg E LILLIE SAUCIER Eyes so very hig and brown, Features smiling with n'er a frown. ELI COBBEL In the arts of basketball he's seldom. failealg Therefore as a star player Eli is hailed. HENRY NEELY He,s quite well-liked for his friendly ways Anil his smile that brightens up our a'ays. L'1ARIE PASLAY Always attractive to any boy ls the girl who's pretty anal eoy. VERNA SKILBOS A She's witty and she's wise, With a smile that never flies. MARY Ross COBLE In one-aet plays she won a plaee By her looks, her charm, and her pleasing grace. HOWARD TAYLOR 1 Hozvara' with eyes so blue anrl hair so bright Has long in this school been a shining light. ' FLORENCE HERRON W0l'l1illg or playing she zloes her best, Ana' strives to win o'er all the rest. HAZEL CHANEY Wfhenever a erowal of boys you see Hazel's the reason two times out of three. VIRGINIA GREENXVOOD Virginiifs all a sehool may wish, A frienel of Seniors, and azlviser of "Fish". CHARLES POLLARD He's a general favorite with every- one, For he,s never too busy to have some fun. JOI-IN CHATFIELD We're glad he returned to Forest this year, For with him he always brings nzneh cheer. I, l , , " I lk' .' oresfvr l I IV B,S ELIZABETH PAVELKA Charm is one frail' we all long fo possvss, Anil hvanfy along with if means surf' success. A RODERICK 'PROCTOR If you klIC'lL-' his hrofhvr, you know him, foo, And like Gilbert his l'll'fIlCS are not few. SMITH ELDER He's happy, go-lucky, jolly, anfl gay, With a sinila for all who mine his way. HENRY LANDSBERG A jack of all frailcs, pvrsonalify plus, XVO're proud fo haw hinz nnnzhcrml anzong us. BERNARD HENIPHILL Is he good-looking? Oh, mv! oh, my! He causvs many a girl fo sigh. OZELLE RAMEY The looks, Ihr' fnanncr, tho hvaufy bold, Has Ozvllv, I have off hcvn fola'. STEVE GUTHRIE His winning pcrsonaliiy onc can rasily fravv By rvacling the c'haraffvrisfir lines of his fare. WALTER HOSER Born fo iinpr0z'r' us in awry parf, His pcm-il, our faces, his inanncr, our hcari. DOROTHY RHEA Swrvi, fufv, hair ITI1-l7l'0ZL'1Ij Good nafnrezl, lows fo clown. WILLIAM MAY A fufc-loolaing rbap wh0's friemlly to all, Any girl zuoulfl lu' glaa' fo have hiin tall, HENRY KLEPAK Talk-Ialle, if's his one rlvlighfg In oraiory hc"s very hrighi. FRANK STAGNER A winning smile' and a winning way Are not lzofh f0ll7Ill' in a boy every day. T I 1 I lin' 0f95F"' A To A CARROLL PIPER If you 1lon't know this boy, it's too had, For he's one of the best Forest's ever had. THELNIA CARROLL Her hair is blaek, her eyes blueg She's good at typing and short-hand, too. MARY ELIZABETH RUSSELL Quite sedate, with dark flowing loeksg That's why she gets the boys in flocks. IWILTON ANGRIST He's quite a literary fellow, we all knowg He'll soon be rankeil with Emersonand Poe. MAURICE SMITH Here's a boy who's known quite wellg That he's a blonde and 'very popular, they tell. JUANITA KAY A long way from head to feet Makes a damly athlete. EVELYN BRAMLETT Middle size, hair hlaek-hrowng A good sport all arozuzd. ANNA POMARANTZ Silhouette in white and hlaekg Sweet and smart with lots of tact. RUTH PEEK She has pretty hair with many a curl, Anal is quite a eharming little girl. MELVIN HIONACK Although we rlo not know this lail, Of him we'zfe heard things good but none bad. CHARLES DEPOMA H els rather small, but just the same At golf he plays a mighty fine game. ELIZA LOONEY Don't trust HHIHESQ her's is lying. She's the opposite of its implying. LQ, ss.-L.- MA, th ,L I 'fwvfs Q ll lb u!'0S'f4't' Dofus KING If to ber slmrf' wmv fririal frrorx fall, Look on bar favv anal 3501171 for-qv! fbfm all. CATHERINE DUECIQER If for lzlomlifs you have a failing, This OIIFYH sez' your bvarl a'xailiI1g. FRANCES REDDING A ualurv gay-sbvls quite alarming, Anal wbcn xlw spvakx, slJv'x rvally Charming. ABNER ARONOEE Harfs a boy u'bo,5 always in Ilvuzamlg WOIllll'V if bis popzilarifyk elm' fo living in fbi' baml. BEULAH MEADOR A comin of Nell and just as fiuvg To tell bm' worth ll'0Illll fakv a long finza. EVA MCCLENDON On bm' C'l'l'l'-1' l'0lIll7lllIll'l1f Is imlcvcl zwll slbwzt. LEAH LEVENTHAL C1110 aml fallg Kizoufx 'if' all. EVELYN COMBS To barv a Iuiml so brilliant ami a fave so fair Is a l'0Ill1"llIllfiO7I fbaf iznlvvil is truly rarr. RALPH NOVIN Tlx' bas! frilvula flJaf wc ran pay Is io fall bim an all-ronml boy, we say. EDITH PETTY Blomla is shi' Willa muvb ilignily. GRACE CLAUNCH Small, mile, buf sligbfly rozzmlg Hax a smilr in every pouml, MILIJRED Dixorf Vary fzifa, black bairg In laer sfzialics owl' fair. or vshfzf g FLORENCE FRIEDMAN Her great hrillianfa one wozzldn't gzwss For sheds modest conccrning her soc'- cess. MARGUERITE ROSENFIELD The one ainhition zua'll newr attain Is to he an artist of Margzzcritefs famc. SYBIL YONACK Shc"s got a laugh thatis catchy and Sufi She nzakas you like harg that's her way. JOE PERLSTEIN By day a good time is his chief delight, Yet from his grades he mast study by night. EDNA HILLEY A IV-A student and a friend are hoth here, And in all har work shc's truly sinccrr. CELIA BRAVEMAN Black, hair, wry rzzrly, An athletic little girly. HENRIETTA MALONVITZ Wfith too much quickness ever to hc' tanghtg XVith foo muah thinking to have com- lnon thought. THERESA SALARI May har snrrass always he as great As tha grades that she's non' ahla to rata. ' BESSIE DROBIL A slim girl with brown locks wazfyg Can play the piano, and we d0n't nzvan may ba. , MELBERT BALE A red haadcd boy, good-looking and tallg Who vxfcls with thc' girls and also football. ' LILLIAN LEVINSON Hc're's a girl with a ready wit Who's not 'minus that thing called fflffl BLANCHE RABINOWITZ For har quiet, what's the explanation? Why, shc's a poet hunting inspiration. 1 I f i ' llw .fotfvsfvr g HAX'DEN HILBURN He bas freelzles by ibe score, Bn! illey only make ns like lJim more. SUE CARTER DAVIS A girl as enfe as flaey make 'ern is Sneg Meef ber and y0n'll think sog foo. INEZ JEFFERS Iusf as easy as she thinks Ins! so easy rloes sbe winlc. MAX MICHAELSON Men of few worrls are fbe besf, Ana' Ibis we know is one good fesf. ANSON VAN SLYKE Hark ye! Hark ye! Lena' your ears! He nzacle lJigl1 sebool in lbree ana' a hal f years. VELMA WOOD Sbe's enfe, so's ber vary Boil: are Very popular. WILLIAM I-IILTERBRAND Of ibe IV-B's ln' laolrls llae bigbesf plaeeg Won by bis nzanners or by bis haml- some face? HAROLD SIWITH Alfbongb many bear his name, None equal laim in fame. GEORGE HARWOOD "He's so elvarming, sfrong, and fall Ii's alarming bow I fallf, ANGELE RUPE Sbe's qziife a bear!-smasber, l'1'e bearrl sayg So beware, boys, if sbe comes your way. MAC CHANDLER A Forrl ear rloes fbis young 'man jzossessg Perlaaps fbafs fbe reason lJe's sneb a sneeess. DAVID BEREN Noi only a "Beren" in name is be, Bn! clressecl as any noble would be. LH-. I,. ,, ,,, -C, ' ' --W , S fllne CLYDE BELL JESSE CALLAI-IAN JAMES DAROSS BREWSTER DEVOE ROBERT DYER JAMES HENRY FORSYTHE EDWARD FULLER MABEL BEACH EUGENIA DENISON DOROTHY DRUMGOLD NANNIE FARRAR MOZELLE GRAHAM .loreshfrjx true, FRANK COHEN - If yozfre in Search of a friend 'lUl70,5 We feel sure ibaf Frank will do. LEAH BRANNING So truly a blonde, so small in size, Sucla pleasing ways, surly lovely eyes. RICHARD CARSON Congraiulations for fbe work y01l,l'? :lone In comliining work with a share of fun. NOT HAVING PICTURES A IIZB Boys LYLE G,FELLERS CHARLES GLASS A. J. GREEN CHARLES LANGLEY ELLSWORTH LANGSTON CECIL MCBRAYER IV- B Girls GRACE HOWARD FRANCES KRAFT MARGARET MULLER MAGGIE OVERTON ROSA LEE PORTNOY ARTHUR MOSKOWITZ MERRILL MUNOZ HAROLD PEARSON LOUIS SEHNERT CHARLES TERRANELLA ROBERT WOOD ALTA BELLE SMITH JENNIE TROUSDALE MARGARET WILSON FRANCES L. WOMACK tml Ye .ELA ASTASZZAXWT O 9 E5 ,- 'L i' "F T IIIA Looms I-IoLoTIR MARX' MIXNILDN . JUANITA XVALRER MOZI:L1.1i GRAIIARI LUTHER DAVIS . . DORO'l'HX' GIQRLAQH Prognznz fQ0llIllIf1lfl'l' MAURINIS jAc:oBs HATTIE BAR'IoN Social fq0lIHI1Hff'l' Er:L1x DoMAs MARY lVlANION Board fam nziffvr' MARGARET CUM RIINGS VIIRGINIA DAIKOSS ifNIc'III1u'I'sl1ij1 F0111 mil fm' ROXVENA KAPLAN CLAIRE MCCOY CHARLES GREEN FELIX DoMAs 'Ula' i .fnrvsfvr' UN DDS OFFICERS 'PI'I'siz1'I'11l Vim'-'l7I'r'xiIl1'l1f . Sl'l'V'l'llI?'-Y . IR6'f?0l'fl'P' . Svrgea111-al-eirnls . Sjiouxor . 111B H1-.l,I-N SVAIYIAN lIx1ocIIN1-1 IIRENC II BIQTTY l'lOUSIpNlAN . l..AX7l.RNE BRINKIZR lVlARY ALICLI- PORTI R NlARGARIi r BREXYI R '1,l'0gl'lIIII fUlIllIIfff!'t' EUNICE FAISON ELIzAIsI3TH LINIJL1-1Y BFTTY l'l0USIQBIAN Soriizl f'mI1II1ifII'r' ELIZABIITII LINnI,r.Y l'll5I.l?N SI ARIAN Boarif fmzzizzillvi' IMOGI-,NE FRENUI BIQTTY HousIaMAN 551 r'1I1f1I'I'xlIijI fum miller' MARY A1.IciIi PORTER MARY HELEN SUGGS BILLY l'lIiMPHlLL GEORGE POSTON The IIIA Junior Class of Forest Avenue High School is to be complimented on the excellent programs it has presented in its class meetings during the past semester. Be- ing fortunate enough to number among their members some very talented young people, the IIlA's usually give a musical program. At one of the meetings a one-act play, "Enter the Hero", was staged. This play was directed by Mary Manion, and the mem- bers of the cast were Charles johnson, Eleanor Purse, Mary E. Strange, and Mozella Graham. Every Wednesday morning the IIIB Junior Class holds its meetings in the school auditorium. The oflieers of the fall term were Eunice Eaison, Betty Houseman, Helen Muir, Jeanette Berkowitz, Isabell Jeffers, Mary Aliee Porter, and Helen Seaman. CLASS ROLL IIIA GIRLS Abraham, Frances Barshop, Sara Lee Aistrop, Bernice Barton, Hattie Bailey, Betty Beach, Mabel Barshop, Nelle Bentley, Laurine Bevill, Edna Block, Elizabeth Bray, Viola Bronstein, Mary Carr, Mildred Christie, Madeline Clayton, Lucille Conner, Margaret Cohen, Rosa Cummings, Margaret Daross, Virginia Dasch, Dorothy Davis, Mildred Dodd, Mildred Donosky, Charlotte Douthit, Rufa Drumgold, Dorothy Dyer, Mary Elizabeth Einhorn, Rebecca Farrar, Nannic Ruth Fischl, Eleanor Rose Floyd, Billie Irene Garcia, Lola Cvarnozilc, Harriet Geetah, Adeline Glakeler, Helen Goldstein, Hilda Goodman, Katie Gordon, Bessie Gover, Juanita Graham, Ethel H. . Xa L . N"'.'luI'v.s'f0t' IHA GlRLSLC0lIfi7IllFt, Graham, Mozella Gritlith, Annie Hafter, Helen Hall, Tommie Hambright, Mary Hart, Sarah Herron, Beatrice Holland, Helen Holt, Elizabeth Howard, Grace Jacobs, Maurine Jenkins, Juanita Johnson, Cleo Kaplan, Rowena Kirschner, Hattie Klaczalt, Antonio Knipp, Kathleen Koegl, Bertha Marie Kramer, Ellan Leubner, Eugenia Lichtenstein, Marjorie Liginberg, Zelda McCoy, Claire Mandel, Louise Manion, Mary Massinter, Minnie Miller, Opal Moses, Constance Mullin, Margaret Musache, Gladys Nelson, Josephine Nelson, Odessa Newman, Mary Lois Odom, Juanita Pandres, Dorothy Pape, Helen Paslay, LaVerna Patrick, Lu Fan Perlstein, Nettie Lee Phillips, Jeanette Price, Kathleen Rader, Leah Ricker, Cleta Rigdon, Frances Robinson, Marjorie Rosenblum, Dena Rudnitzky, Mildred Runnels, Lorena Samuels, Dorothy Shelby, Dixie Nell Sims, Ruth Sims, Virginia Slater, Evelyn Sloan, Willie Vera Smith, Aileen Smith, Rae Spiritas, Rose Starr, Lena Strange, Mary E. Sutherland, Veda Tribble, Josephine Trousdale, Jennie Turk, Frankie Vener, Rae Von Pein, Anna Marie Wgllker, Juanita Wilonsky, Lillie Woodside, Hilda 'D Copy z'crij5wl by ef'flIIIif'I I faurcs. l z ga, Q n-:pf - ,-. X . .. . .,....,.......,.....-,- qu . ., 'T-FF, ' ',"' ':i J - 1.15 fi , A, , 1 73235851 in V . ifl Armbruster, Walter AranofT, Billy Arons, Eugene Austin, Virgil Bailey, Thomas Bain, C. Beck, Abe Berger, Morris Berwald, Arthur Black, Ernest Brake, Donald Burden, Robert Butler, Fred Campbell, Bernard Carson, Richard Clark, Marvin Cooper, Jim Webb Davis, Luther Domas, Felix Donosky, Samuel Duwe, Conrad Emerson, Ben Fannin, Walter Flaxman, Adrian Floyd, Perry Franz, A. French, Claude Funk, Leon Gordon, George Gray, J. D. Green, Charles Gross, Hyman Harman, Johnie Hodges, Bertron Holder, Horace Holotik, Loddie Horton, Kenneth Johnson, Charles Johnston, J. L. Jordan, George Jurek, XVilliam .., .J f xii' IIIABOYS Kain, David Karchmer, Herschel Kimmell, Sam Kramer, Leroy Langston, Ellesworth Lay, Vernon Leon, Nathan Levine, Philip Lewis, Wilbur Lichtenstein, Jake Lief, Fred MeShan, Jack Marshall, Marion Melton, Woodrow Miller, Edison Miller, Harry Miller, Isadore Miller, Leon Nathan, Julian Nichols, J. C. Pulis, Carl Redd, Bass Renfro, William Rousk, Eugene Shapiro, Harry Sigel, Sidney Sorensen, George Sornells, Tom Sprue, John Stegman, Sterling Stone, Mitchell Stone, Walter Swayze, Fred Swift, Luther Tillery, Leonard Trembly, Agib Turner, Harry West, Richard Wfhitby, Thomas Wfilliams, Roy Kofi-ii z'vi'ij'im1 by to-lzzuirl 'Pbmu Ailshie, Mildred Arrington, Anna Belle Barnett, Juanita Barshop, Sara Lee Berkowitz, Jeanette Bock, Lena Brinker, LaVerne Brown, Jewell Burney, Dorothea Crain, Georgia Cralford. Lorene Cundiff, Ida Mae Dunievitz, Margaret Ellington, Mattie B. Eubanks, Marie Faison, Eunice Fallas, Stella Felton. Helen Foster, Julia Mae French, Imogene flu' v'lUI'L'.S'Il'I' IHB GIRLS Gouge, Mae Belle Gremm, Sylvia Harper, Djelma Haynes, Jeanette Hill, Martha Horton, Nora Horton, Ruth Mae Houseman, Betty Huebler, Freda Hunter, Ruth Isbell, Mildred Jeffers, Isabell Jones, Alice Marie Keith, Josephine Kettle, Marcella Kinnard, Ruth Kizer, Anna Mae Klindworth, Marjorie Knight, Cecelia Laffoon, Bonnie Lee, Marie Lindley, Elizabeth Lohr, Anna Looney, Myrtle Lorenz, Lillian McClain, Frederick McKettrick. Nedra Mann, Hazel Martin, Gladys Meyer, Bessie Miller, Ruby Mittenthal. Bernie Morris, Ouida Muir, Helen Murray, Ethel Lu Myers, Lillian Norfolk, Margaret Paternostro, Mamie Payne, Winona Pilkington, Eva Mae Porter, Mary Alice Purse, Eleanor Rosenberg, Evelyn Sachs, Fay Lena Seaman, Helen Sessel, Elizabeth Singleton, Grace Snow, Edith Steele, Vesta Lee Suggs, Mary Helen Taylor, Ada Vann, Ora Mae Vasek, Lydia W armick, Dorothy Whiteturkey, Kathryn Wfilliams, Virginia XVitherspoon, Louise W'right, Dona fopy zwified by Vinnie! 'Pbarex ' ggaecfe SLP: iii" 'fi if-23' ,J I Q u 2-Tiezisrg !!,F?F,'! - - - r.:--Lf:-Z - E I B ll., Wg., Berger, George Bernstein, Billy Blair, George Bragg, XVelton Brandon, Carmon Brnveman, Morris Bronstein, Charles Buekmeyer, Vs7oodrow Cnlvit, Willi.1i1i Chaney, ELlXX'Ll1'd Clayton, limes Cory, Nolan Cosnnhan, H.M. Curtis, Billie Davis. ll. XV. Felton, Glenn Fitzgerald, James Fraumgln, Charles Freeman, Newton Frey, Lawrence Fried, Isnclore 1 Ul'l'5,4'!' IIIB Bovs G.u'rison, Arlie Gillingh.im,,l.1cli Hemphill, Billy Hewett, Nelson Howartl. lftl Hurst, Melvin Ivy, pl. H. -lones, Stanley Katz, Sol Kleinman, Sigmund Kreelt, Ernest Lambert, XY7llll.'ll'I1 Levi, Charles Lewis, Robert Luterman, Isatlore McCoy, Marcus MeCutclieon, Arthur Melemore, Fernie Miltner, Allen Newman, Ralph Orr, George Page. xlohn D. Phillips, Clyde Portney, lsatlore Poston. George Robinson, Hernmn Rotlen, L.1verne Rosenberg, Louis Sehepps. Eli Shintler, Xvillie Smith, Harold Smith, Simon Smith, Sol Summers, F.ll'l Terr.1nell.1, Tony Thompson, Rilie Turner, Rieh.ird Xvehster, lfretl XVhitten, L. K. NVilson, Mitchell fflfl-Y 1'i'rijii'J fry Lllznivl 'Pfnlrei llw .yorfesfiff 1-ui IIA JULIA IVIANION . RUTH LANEX' HliI.EN SHARP . HELEN SHARP . IWARGARLT HANsoN jon BERGIN . . VIRGINIA Sxv,xNstN BIRDIE RATNER . Lmux MAE HARLIXN flu" . nI'v,sf4'1' I I DHUMOIQEI OFIIICIQRS 'l'rv.tiili'11f . I'1i'i'- P1'4'ilIfI'11f . Si'i'I'I'fui'y 'I-l't'iI.Y Il wr 'RI'1mI'fi'i' . . Sjmlzmr SOCIAL COMMITTEES . . lilmiiwlizil . . filllllllllfffl' DOROTHY MAE ROSIQNRAURI . IYIARTHA NzXNCE filllll millri' fn1l1l11iHi'i' . 01111 111iHi'c' IIB M,xRi,,.,xRi 'I' IIRI I- I..fxNn . Sri-vi LI' SUI UR . IJOROTHY BRII I Y . QIIRIRIII NI-.IIf GI ,Ixnvs Ifazzio . Alot. BI5Rc,IN . AI.-XRII' IIII IPI I . EI IZABETII C.fXliP , IXIAIRG.-Xlil"Ii PI RRY GI-NI-va Mc KINNI Y BlAR.IOliIL GQRHARI The IIA Sophomore Class of Forest Avenue High School holds the distinction of having at its class meetings a larger attendance than any other class in the school. Be- cause of the extraordinary number of pupils attending the meetings, the meetings .'ll'C held in the school auditorium. There the IIA's meet every Friday morning and give excellent programs. At no time in the year has the number of members present fallen below lifty, and the number has reached ninety-six. The IIB Sophomores hold their meetings in the music room every Thursday morning. Although the attendance record has not been as high as the class would like to make it, the IIB's have shown a remarkable spirit in all their class undertakings. Abrams, Eve Adams, Beulah Addington, Vera Angle, Louise Ballas, Helen Bare, Marie Barrett, Frances Beeber, Helen Bishop, Lucille Blakeney, Lucy Blaylock, Anna Lou CLASS ROLL IIA GIRLS Block, Leora Bloom, Molly Bolton, Donnie Dean Branchiero, Blanche Brock, Christelle Bruton, Ruth Bryan, Clara Glover Bryan, Louise Buckalew, Katherine Burnham, Lucille Cade, Odell Campanella, Lena Campbell, Ethel Cates, Evelyn Colley, Era Collins, Nellie Combs, Velma Conner, Frances Davis, Alma Davis, Janie Lou I3eBardeleben, Mary Earley, Ella May Echols, Evelyn Enkoxvitz, Lena Fox, Wfilma Gilbert, Sally Goodman, Elvira Gray, Nellie Green, Fave Hackett, Annetta Hall, Blanche Haller, Alberta Hand, Bounette Hansen, Margaret Harlan, Leta Mae Harris, Eleanor Herron, Ellen Hollingsworth, Georgia c t Hooke, Frances Howell, Daisy Jackson, Stella Jackel, Annaliese johnson, Lucile Johnson, Susan Jones, Dorothy Kay, Mable Kennedy, Mercedes Kent, Madalee Kickirello, Fannie Mae Kuhnell, Elizabeth Lacy, Juanita Loney, Ruth Layton, Jimmie Lee Nw' . l0r'v.s'fPr IIA GIRLS-f-0II1'fl1Il0If Levi, Marie Levin, Frances Locke, Frances Lovely, Katherine McCallum, Ruby McDaniel, Bernice McDonald, Florrie McKay, Nana Belle McLendon, Lela Fae Malone, Frances Mann, Hazel Margules, Sylvia Marshall, Marjorie Martin, Mary Matthews, Virginia Miller, Lillie Mitchell, Mary Mozley, Mary Nance, Martha Nelson, Pauline Newton, Elsie Nichols, Dorothea Novieh, Felice Parker, Dona Parks, Gwendolyn Parrish, Lucille Perciful, Bessie Ponder, Edith Ponder, Maudie Pravorne, Annabel Pribble, Lillian Ramsey, Lillie Roskin, Eva Ratner, Birdie Ray, Dorothy Reams, Mary Frances Roddy, Viola Rodgers, Edna Rosenbaum, Dorothy Rubin, Ethel Lee Sanders, Gladys Sanford, EQean Sehnert, Sara Sharp, Helen Small, Ali:e Smith,Dorothy Smith, Esther Smith, Ruth Sorensen, Margaret Sparks, Helen Steer, Mary Elizabeth Stenger, Laurella Stewart, Marie Swanson, Virginia Tabor, Helen Thomas, Vera Trudgeon, Kathlyn Tucker, Audrey Vogel, Clara Xvalker, Althea XVatson, Mary Joe Webb, Blanche Vfest, NVillie Mae Williams, Mary Frances Willisoii, Peggy Wilson, Betty Jane Worley, Pauline XVright, Helen Wfyll, Dorothy fupy zwijiezf by Annie! Tlmres 'l lx Adams, Woodrow Anderson, C. I. Athos, Sam Averre, Rutherford Barbaria, Sam Barshop, Simon Beddoe, Frank Bentley, E. Biggs, George Billion, Marvin Bolyn, B. Bradbury, Bob Bradbury, Lawrence Bray, Carl Carp, Edwin Casten, james Catlin, Sharman Clem, Stanford Conner, W'illiam Coonrod, XVillard Crane, A. B. Crosson, E. T. Cullum, Carl Curry, Ralph j . lN'lllI'l'.N',4'I' IIA Boys Dorsa, Jerome P. Embry. Leroy Engle, Max Faulhaber, William Fenley, Albert Foster, Milton Fox, Ben Germany, Eugene Goldsobel, jack Gross, Charles Haberman, Sol Harrott, Ted Henderson, Bennie Hendrix, Merrill Henry, W. Hicks, Edward Hilterbrand, Robert Hurst, Edgar lngle, E. XV. lngraham, Lawrence jackson, Carl jones, L. Kaplan, Leonard King, Frank Klein, Max Kleinman, Leon Leaming, Charles Ledbetter, Frank Lenzen, Lawrence Levy, Meyer Lindsey, Allen Lyles, john Maples, Brownie Marshall, Charles Martwich, Carl Melton, jesse Mileham, Ernest Mitchell, Bob Murphy, Luther Neislar, Preston Newman, Pat Parker, Julian Pavelka, Anton Pittman, Ben Rochoff, Leonard Read, Jeff Redding, Don Rice, Glenn Rinie, Hackler Robinson, Winston Rosenheld, .Ionas Roush, Carl Rowland, Matt Schreiber, Herman Schwarz, Arthur Segal, joe Sierrad, Ben Simpkins, Edward Smith, George Steinburg, Arthur Steer,Iiranlx Stoky, Robert Stulee, Fred Tully, Steve XVard, NVilliam Wfeaver, Edgar Wfisdom, Lee Withers, Alohn T. XVright, Clarence fojv-y z'i'rif'iwf by ilflllffl 'Plum ii. 5.1 Athanasoff, Mary Bailey, Dorothy Barrett, Christina Basshorn, Beatrice Bevacqua, Elizabeth Boatman, Phanchon Bock, Fannie Boshart, Viola Burris, Clover Carp, Elizabeth Carr, Eula Mae Carroll, Mildred Carter, Helen Chandler, Helen Cobler, Helen Colley, Vera Conner, Ida Belle Cootes, Dollie Cory, Lora Curchak, Loretta Dailey, Joyce Denney, Anna Derrieux, Muriel flu' ,,l0l'PSfl'I' IIB GIRLS Donsky, Lottie Dudley. Mabel Duffey, Donald Edelman, Dorothy Elam, Beatrice Ellis, Juanita Enlow, Dorothy Evans, Frances Fazzio, Gladys Filipec, Marie Fineglass, Rose Freeland, Margaret Froelich. Loraine Gerloff, Seabell Goldsobel, Norma Gorham, Marjorie Grubbs, Frances Grunan, Vivian Hale, Billie Hall, Louise Hall, Pauline Hall, Sybil Harris, Edith Hawkins, Myrtle Henderson, Bessie Hicks, Jimmie Joye Huselton, Louvee Irby, Evelyn Jackson, Louise Jackson, Nadine Jaffe, Bernice Jenkins, Anna Lee Jones, Wilma Karr, Charline Kay, Maxine Lacey, Pauline Lack, Elizabeth Le Sueur, Steve Lusk, Jewell Mason, Ruth McBray, Helen McKinney, Geneva Mesirow, Evelyn Morgan, Mozelle Morris, Thelma Neff, Jimmie Nichols, Virginia Perry, Margaret Purser, Pearl Rowen, Lois Ruprecht, Gladden Sparks, Lucile Storres, Newell Swift, Mildred Tackitt, Lepha Thomas, Vesta Thompson, Marguerite Thorn, Merle Tindall. Pauline Tiner, Evelyn Toomey, Argentina Williams. Grace Willianis, Margueritte Worley, Dorothy Wright, Frances Wright, Mozella Zabbia, Maggie Colby zrrifivd by .fBIar'garef 'Bri1z. Agnew, P. Bean, Durward Bloom, Samuel Bradbury, Lawrence Bramlett, Syl Breeding, Archie Brooks, John Bryant, Joseph Canada, Herman Cobbel, Hyman Combs, Paul Currie, john Dunlap, XValter Eaves, joe Ely, Morris Fee, Francis Flanders, Wfalmsley Fryar, Wilsoim Glazer, Nolan Good, Floyd G01'L'lg1n, Goss, Dean Graham, Fowler i !H!'4'Nf1'!' IIB BoYs Gray, Emmund Hansen, joe Harrell, .Raymond Harris, Alvis Harris, Frank Harris, James Harrison, Ralph Hatch, Harry Hechtman, George Herrington, xl. C. Hodges, Roy Holt, Elmer Hoyt, Andrew Jacobs, Joe lletton, George lohnson, Glenn Johnson, James jordan, Bernard Kendall, Roy Kollhoff, Albert Lane, Paul London. James M. Manion, Tom Matthews, Charles Mattox, Norman Mayerhoif, Emil Mayhew, Herman McClarv, Caesar McDaniel, XVinnar McFadden, Barney d McKinney, A ubrey McNease, Willie Melton, James E. Miller, Billie Mittenthal, Lewis Parker, Fred Payne, Preston Perkins, Nvoodrow Peters, joseph Piccola, Charles Pirozzo, Samuel Prewitt, Crawford Price, jack Ransone, W'ilburn Reeves, Clyde Rogers, Frank Rowland,-I. XV. Schwartz, Louis Scoggins, T. Shelton, Harris Sims, ,lack Sinclair, Louis Skotak, Otto Smith, XV. J. Snoga, Preston Stamps, Vernon Stewart, James Stockbridge, Claude Summers, XV. E. Taylor, W'illiam Thompson, Harry Valcik, John Vance, Clyde XVellborne, Eugene XVhite, Clifford XVilliaford, Lloyd XVilson, Paul Wanhorn, Xvalter Yates, joe fillflj' l'l'l'ffTt't! fry -Wfargtlref 'l3rif1. -' 1, f-: M- me? -M A-4-ff ri "". !".'7W1'. -T sawi- -fa' C35 F' "'JOI'esfgr i I 1 IB Pluck-. ER1t:iQsoN Isfxisrl. L,xxx'RIfNcL Joie BLIKGIN . Abel, Frances Adams, Velma Alberts, Jewel Allen, Rosa Lee Aquino, Eliz Aronson, Mildred Bailey, Martha Baker, Ada Baker, Byrtie B. Baker, Stella M. Baldwin, Doris Ballard, Mittie Barber, Irene Bean, Lois Beavers, Evelyn Beelnan, Ruth Beiber, Anna Bigbie, Maurine Bond, Edith Bond, Hazel Bonner, Katherine Boshart, Viola Bowers, Mildred Bradford, Eliz. Buckspan, Harriet Burgower, Tressa R. Busch, Helen Bush, Thelma Cabeen, Katherine Caldwell, Margaret Cannon, Arline Caplan, Yetta Chafin, Lois Chancey, Ruth Clark, Margueritte Hn' .lllI'l'.N',4'l' i'ilf'f,g -jill FIQESHM N J i OFFICERS IA . 'l'1'vaiJur1t . M.'xn'lHa Bali!-Y . 5crm'lai'-y . . Mx'N1J1"1'if.Iiiarrn . Sjmfzmr . . Jon Brlu,1N CLASS ROLL IA GIRLS Cohen, Mary Cohen, Sary Coleman, Opal Coleman, Oppie Conner, Dorothy Cooke, Lois Rae Crocker, Maude Cruse, Mildred Daniel, L. C. Dasch, Helen Davis,Alberta Davis, Mary R. Davis, Nannie M. Dennis, Verna D. Dillon, Thelma Dixon. Estelle Dunn. Elizabeth Eckenfels, Annie English, Mildred Evans, Martha Fleming, Inez Floyd, Evelyn Fluerbacher, Nelli Fooshee, Frances Friedrich, Bertha Friedrich, Flodore Fritts, Mynette Fulkerson, Alma Garten, Martha Gatlin, Vashti Ginffre, Catherine Glakeler, Dorothy Gordon, Helen Hafter, Esther Harkey, Juanita C Hefner, Louise Hemphill, Evelyn Henderson, Lillian Hequet. Martha Hester, Dorothy Hilley, Vollie Hubble, Paulyne Huber, Dorothy Irluddleston, Virginia H udgens, Alma H u in ph rey , Dorothy Israel, Pearl James, Margaret Johns, Etha Johnson, Janice Johnson, Mildred Jones, Cecil Mae Jones, Lillie Mae Jones, Mae Marie Jordon. Tommie Ixahn, Reata Kelley, Lorene Kelley, Nadine Kiel-airillo, Jo. Ising, Jewell M. King, Mary Ising, Mary Ella Kirkpatrick, Eunice Koson, Johanna Kraft, Marie Lee, Violet Lenderman, Clella Levine,Goldie Levy, Orien Macen, Oleta Madeley, Ruby A. Mangrum, Juanita Mann, Cecile Mason, Iiuana Maxwell, Dorothy McMasters, Dorothy Meredith, Thelma L. Michaelson, Zelda Miller, Vivian Mitchell, Ida Mae Moreland, Frances Murphrey. Christine Murray, Mary Norfolk, Frances Norman, Pannie Nurdin, Billie M. Oliver, Mildred Ornish, Jeanette Orr, Myra Owens, Myrtle Lee Parker. Anna B. Payne, Nila Mae Penny, Odessa Pomara, Mary Potter, Lois Powell, Mary Price, Helen Purse, Velma Raley, Edna Redd, Thelma Redding. Mary J. Reed, Pauline Reeves, Louise Reynolds, Bennie L. Rezek. Georgia Rosenfield, Emily Russell, Jessie W llw hI'c'.s'ff'r IA GIRLS-C0l1fi711lf?d Smallwood, Lorean Smith, Elizabeth Saunders, Nan Reva Smith, Elma Savonne, Camille Smith, Ethel Sawyer, Anna Lois Spurney, Frances Schwartz, Lillie Schwartz, Rosa Seabolt, Louvelle Sharp, Evelyn Shelby, Bobbie Jo Shelby, Helen Shelton, Louise Siegel, Mildred Sigel, Doris Abramson, Bennie Adler, Lee Agress, Alfred Angrist, Bernard Argovitz, Harry Arnett, Louis Austin, Eugene Ball, Foster Barr, Francis Bassett, Alton Beck, Herman --Q-N a. gz 251 iw-were Stampley, Laura Stephens, Nettie Stern, Helen Stevens, Ruth Stone, Maggie Stover, Isabel Swarthout, Geo. M. Swartz, Pauline Symms, Ruby Tabor, Gladys Thomas, Hazel Thompson, Estelle Topletz, Anna B. Tsukahara, Betta Tucker, Minnie Lee Turner, Mabel Vaughn, Nadine Van Tress, Mary E. Walcik, Martha Wallace, Rosamond Wfebb, Aletha XVebb, Christine Wertz, Virginia Whitten, Evelyn Wilkerson, Helen Wilonsky, Ida Witebsky, Ruth Wittkower, Helen W'olfe, Evelyn Worley, Juanita Wray, Oladeen Wright, Catherine Wright, Thelma Yonack, Rhea Zesmer, Miriam foilmy zwificd by Dlurguref 'Bun IA BOYS Berryman, Allen Berryman, Alvia Biehl, Jack Blackstone, Hugo Bock, Joe Bond, Charles Brake, E. XV. Brandon, Durward Buchanan, Robert Butler, Elwood Campanella, Veto Carroll, J. W. Cheney, Thomas Clark, George Cohen, Albert Cox, John Crandall, Dale Crowder, Homer Dobbs, James Douglas, Ralph Echols, Wfayne Enkowitz, Joe 1 ,fQf,:j?- I , : 1--W '- ' Farrow, Leon Faulkner, Robert Finneburg, Edward Freeland, Newt Gaines, Bob Gann, Freeman Garison, Billy Genzel, Harry Gibson, Carl Gilmore, Buster Goodman, Harold 'es 1 Grant, Vernon Greenberg, Samuel Gregory, Joe Gruber, lsadore Hall, Jack Haller, Howard Harrell, Henry Harris, Joe Hart, Arthur Hart, Harold Harwood, W'illian Henke, W'erner Hiesiger, Mayor Hightower, D. Hiser, Orbie Holland, J. T. Hollingshead, Grady Howell, Cleo Huber, Jack Johnson, Dale Johnson, Harold Jones, Maloy Jones, Roland Kemmerle, Richard Kimbrough, Truett King, XVilson N" . lUl'l'Nf4'I' IA BOYS-fflllfilllldl Klar, Leo Owens, Calvin Kleinman, XValter Parson, Bob Koolten, Leo Paternostro, Vincent La Barba, Carl Lawson, Glenn Pederson, Charles Perry, Arthur Leverett, John Ray Perryman, James Levine, Jack Light, Beryl Light, Marion Lipsitz, Daniel Logan, Oscar Lovely, Harry l unsford, Vaden McKee, Troy Mcliinzie, J. VV. McMurray. Edgar Maher, Roland Mays, Clarence Messina, Joe Meyer, Julian Miller, Riley Morgan, Jack Morris, Hal Neal, Leroy Newton, Charles Nicholas, J. XV. Pike, Jack Pomerantz, William Portman, Arnold Portman, Robert Pruett, Albert Pulis, J. E. Ray, Roy Reaves, George Rener, Louis Reynolds, G. W. Richards, Everett Riddell, George Roark, Wood Arthur Roberts, Bennie Robinson, Raymond Roesch, Jimmie Rotramel, Marshall Sandford, Jack Schultz, Elton Shay, Sol Singer, Jerome Sl-zinner, W. B. Slaven, Edward Spencer, Charles Stadord, Jack Steen, Charles Steer, Richard Stewart, Thurbert Stinnett, Jimmy Stricklin, R. B. Taylor, J. B. Thomas, Leroy Thomas, Myrkel Traylor, Eugene Tsukahara, W'oodroxx Tucker, Robert XV.1cker, E. J. Wade, Houston Xveaver, Mabry XVells, Eugene Wfhitney, Milton Williamson, Elmer Wilson, Fred Wright, Neal fnjwry zwifieil lf-y -'3Iai'gun'f 'Brin 'f"."'l' 35 Albright, Dorothy Arnett, Marjorie Atwood, Dorothy Ballard, Martha Barbaria, Beatrice Bedell, Rebecca Bice, Evelyn Blanc, Lillian Bock, Ida Brin, Harrise Brown, Dorothy J. Burns, Lois Burton, Mary K. Camper, Faye Chapman, Oleen Christie, Vivian Cima, Frances Clarke, Frances Cooke, Martha Coonrad, Wilnaa Craver, Sadie B. Cullum, Anna B. Daily, Beatrice Diggs, Bertie 'Un' ' ,lUI'0.s'h'l'g. IB GIRLS Dinovo, Rosa Furlow, Ada Mae Gage, Daisy Golden, Margaret Goodman, Doris Gremm, Jenny Hall, Maudie Hamlin, Louise Hanchell, Mary E. Harper, Rayma Harris, Almeda Harris, Joy Harris, Mary Harrison, Mayma Hart, Bertha Hatter, Bernice Heflin, Nellie Hensley, Helen Hensley, Kathleen Herrington, Mildred Hilburn, Corrine Hussey, Ruth Hutson, Hazel Isbell, Annie Mae Jaffe, Ida Joffrion, Joye Johnson, Elsie May Jones, Lillian Jones, Mary Louise Kirby. Lora Klar, Lois Kline, Alice Land, Daisy Laufer, Rosa Lee Lawrence, Isabella Lebcowwitz, Rosa Lee, Kathryn Levine, Frances Locke, Pauline McClendon, Iris McVey, Virginia Madsen, Elsie Maples, Marian Morgan, Janie Pearson, Ellan Phillips, Birdie V. Phillips, Joyce V. Pierce, Irene Ploeger, Lucille Posner, Dorothy Rizzotto, Gladys Rowell, Ella Ruttenberg, Rose Schlinger, Pauline Schwartz, Hannah Sims, Dorothy Smith, Beth Smith, Lettie Smith, Nova Solomon, Ruth Spradlin, Vivian Tiner, Ruth Tyler, Mildred Uberman, Anna Vaughn, Myzelle Vfalters, Imogene XVatkins, Marian Wfeil, Clara XVilson, Ruth XVood, Bertha Wfoody, Ruth Yarber, Dorothy Copy 1'C'l'fjqC't1 by Jhlzzrgarvz' Brin. I I Baumgardner, Fred Berryman, Albert Bishop, Jack Bowers, Everett Burns, Harmon Bush, Herschel Bush. Latrell Callahan, Pat Cantley, M. D. Carroll, J. W. Chandler, Lewis Cohen, Charlie Cole, Murray Daniel, Altus Davenport, Jolm Davis, Arlie Edelman, Leo Enney, Ward Embry, Kenneth Erickson, Price Ferguson, John lille' Frank, Hubert Gee, Billie Godwin, Gorman Gray, Lee Hahn, Henry Harrel, Henry Harris, Curtis Haynes, Edwin Heflin, Durward Henry, A. O. Henzen. Franli Howell, Fred Howell, Leon Hyden, Clyde J aeobs, Curtis Jacobs, Harmon Johnson, James, Jr. Katz, Abraham Kimmell, Leon King, Ralph Kollhotf, Charles .!lPf'l'.Nfl'l' IB Boys Lacy. J. XV. Lee, Fred Lentz, XY'ard Leubrer, Markus Lewis, wYLl1'IlCI' Logan, Emmett Lund, Martin Lyons, Richard McCullough, Thomas MeCuteheon, Shelton MeCuteheon, xYl.llICl' McDowell, J. A. Meliim, James Meliinnie, Harold McMullen, Leroy Marshall, Paul Martin, J. C. Mitchell, Robert Morrison. 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"WlQere glowing embers fbrougb 5 fbe room ge Teach Iigbz' io counterfeit a gloomf, -MILTON. v"'1"' ., M,-4-wan ., V DEDAIQ TS m r- 1 3 Us : -1 . r , 5' . 1 xl L . q, fr. 1- ' , 1 S1- , -, .. l I . ea' 1 ' I ' - 1 ., 9 I 'Q ,A va 14. 45 4 ,A -. s I . f. , . , "" - 1 0 Q .-5. .ag- f J' 4 4 X -5 - ,Ti 1 wi, r 5, .i 'ff xf j H l 2 :ll f l x N Q Topletz, Jack Smirh, Harold Aranotf, Abner Dunlap, W.1ltc1' Filllhaber, W'illi.1m Gross, Charles Hicks. Ed 'rw 1 .fjx il- , ILITAIQY Bdllff Rover Ctlflfiljll Adaine, Sidney Smmzil I.ii'11li'l1irr1lx Aranoif, Billie Shapiro. Harry Sr'r,q4'ill1f,x Pilkington. Ernie Stulce, lired CTUI'fNH'll!,X Amlereon, C. l. Maples, Brownie PI'il'tIft'X Mayhew, Herman XY'7LlLlC, Houston Hoyt, Amlrew Liqlir, Marion Lyiles, john Meyers. Abe Morris, H.1l Novin,R.1lpl1 Copy l XVhirten, L. K. lirieil, lmulore lfirker, -lulinn Steen, lfixink Steinberg, Arthur Slll.H'I,Ll.ll11CS 't'l'ff'l1'1II7,j' fliflll 'Rffu ml EI? ,if ...- lfw form fm' "A" Company' Rover Aifnvlred Lit'1l1'l'I1!11I1l Colonel Pruett, Albert Cupfniu Afinflmd Firxf Lifllffllllllf Harwood, George Lipsitz, Myron Lea Second Livzifclzufzfx Affarlmz' SL'l'gf'!lIlIlS Firsf Svrgeuliix Calvit, XVillinm Elder, Smith Calvin, Collis Piper, Carroll French, Claude Swayze, Fred Thompson, Donald McBrayer, Cecil St'l'gl'fIlIfS Chaney, Edmond Cooper, jim W'ebb Cummins, Omega Adams, Xvoodrow Beck, Abe Austin, Virgil Bean, Durward Buchanan, Bob Campanella, Veta Cohen, Frank Connor, w'illl.lH1 Ely, Morris Farrell, Leon Flanders, XValmsley Emerson, Ben Freeman, Newton Bond, Charlie Clayton, James Finneburgh, Edward Gunn, Freeman Ganns, Bob Gruber, Isadore Hallcr, Howard Hetlin, Durward Herrington, J. C. Huber, jack Gottlich, Arthur Lambert, XVilliam C or Lboml s Cory, Noland Fitzgerald, jim Lee P7'il'llff'S Ivy, il. H. jones, Mnloy Kreck, Ernest Mayerhoff, Emile Messina, Joe Morgan, jack Murphy, Luther Neal, Leroy Michaelson, Max Morris, Gordon Howard, Edward Lewis, Robert Nichols, J. C. Phipps, VV, H Portman, Arnold Rener, Lewis Reynolds, G. XV. Rotramel, Marshall Ross, J. D. Sherman, Cleveland Pederson, Harold W'illi:1m, Roy McLemore, Fernie Sehepps, Eli Shumate, Don W'acker. E. w'SJVCl', Edgar XVells, Eugene XY'e:iver. Mabrey Xvhilney, Milton XVcrncr, Henke Yonack, Melvin Copy verified by john R1 Q'-it Devoe, Brewster Frey, Lawrence Angrisr, Milton Carson, Richard Un" , , . nl 4 xfvr' l Caflzpizzgy Rover zUhI1'Ku'l1 Major Rice, John rlffilflwulf I"1'ri1' Lfl'11fl'lIlIIlfN illlm'f1eifl"Ii'sI5r1"q1'u11l Pollard, Charles Langley, Charles Procter, Roderick Iiirxf LfL'Ilft'II:II1f 1"i!'XfSc'l'1Ql'clIIf Selinert, Louis Sigel, Sidney SLTUIIII I,,lL'IIfL'II:1lIf.i Stegman, Sterling Biehop, Merritt Depoma, Charles Sc'l'tQc'tIlIfX Armlwruster, Wlalter llarnmn, Alulin Pomm. Geurge Stone, Mitchell Turner, llarry lNleCutcheun, Arthur Robinson, Herman Tucker, Russell Wlebster, lired Corjmlulx Dnnmky, Sam -laCul1s,.lue Siegel, Nathan Hilterl:rand, XVilli.1m Orr, George ,Ill1Ul11PNHIl,liIkC Pl'il'4ll4L'X Bradbury, Lawrence Casten, james Cole, Murray Combs, Paul Cox, john Cullum, Carl Hzibermm. Sul Hightuwer, Oscar Hollingshead, Grady Hurst, Melvin Klienman, XY'alter lilar, Leo Kemmerle, Richard King, W'ilsun LC.1IlllIlg, Charles Lenu, Wlird Lenlen, Lawrence Matrox. Norman Nlartwieh, Carl Neixlar, Prel Lnn P.1rmns,Bnla Pedersnn, Ch arles Pike, -lack PUI11.ll'.'lllfl. W'illiam Riddell, Cienrge Rice. Glenn Rnuseh, Carl Sanford, ,lack fojiy in Stuekbridge, Claude Slaven, lfdward Steen. Charles 'l'l1nmax, Huraei. Xvard, XY'illiam XVither:, -lnlin 'if'lL'4I17j' Illflfl 'RIM Q3 'fe .,-Q :smug Clundler, Klan: Trcmbley. Agib McSh.1n, jack Xxfisdoin, Lee Ciosnahnn, H. M. lfmbery. Leroy Bmmlett, Syl Brown, Vergl C.illow.1y, C. L. Brooks. john C.1n.1d.1, Herman Dobbs, james Echolr, XXVJYFIC cillllI1gl1.llTl, lick Gorman. George lhralson, Luther fl "1 ,,nl'0.s fvl' C" Cwzpmzy Rover Afftzulziwf LfI'Ilfl'lIl1l1ll Colonel Pructr, Albert Cafvlain Firxf Lft'llfUlItIlIIf Green, Robert jones, Stanley Svvomf Liezzlwzafzfx CJll.1l'lJ.I'l, Jesse Berwald, Arthur Sl'l'gL'KlIIfS Kimmel, Isndore Levi. Charles Stone. Wulter Good, Floyd N.1th.1n..Iulinn Butler, Fred Corporals Kleinman, Sigmund Clem, Stanford Hiyer. Orbis Alennings. .lim iletton, George -lol1nxo11,,lJmes jones, L. blordxn. George Kooken. Leo Knight, George Nlanion, Thomas 1'1'i1'aft' Renfro, Xw'llll.llTl Miller, lsndore Schrnmm, Robert S Mayx Clarerlu Meyerx, julian RllIICl1ll1i1l, Louis Pittman, Ben Perkins, Wbodrow Richards, Edward Rogers, Frank Roeseh, Jimmie Roush, Eugene Holder. Horace Arons, Eugene Xvilfon, Mitchell Dsvis, XV. Rowland, Mat Seirrad, Ben Scoggins, J. T. Sherman, NVinthr0p Schultz, Elston Spencer. Cl1Ill'lC9 Smith, Simon Stewart, Thurber: Taylor, Rl. R. Copy zwificd by Iolm Riu n'4 -ff Q Un- f,f'l,N,l,l Compfzig 1' Rarfer rllhlffml Major Rice, john Cujrhziu SWWIJ I,ir'11fem1r1ls lfirrf Smlqruzfzf Time, Lehman Hemphill, Bernard Horton, Kenneth Atlms, Sam liuckmeyer, Wood row Berger. George Black, Ifrnext lhrslmp, Sinmn Bailey. Tlmmas Beddne. Frank Brudburg. Bob Agrew, .Nlfred Ball, llwsler Barr, Ifraneis Bl.1CliXllYl1C, Hugu Berryman, Allen Cnllinx, Arthur 1lif411'fu'rf Sl'l'H7l4lv L Kavanauglm. J harrmm, 1xI'lIC Kaplan, Leunartl l:lllj,fCl'.llt.l,,lll11 Ifryar, Xvilxun Curry, Ralph Hurst, lftlgar lngraltam. Lawrence Levine, lien lfalkner. Rnbert Fenlev. Albert Q1ermany,l:ugene Gurtlun, lillix Gilmore, Ruster Ll001.lIl1.lI1. Harrell Miller, Henry Van Slylte, Anson fl'lIf4'IItIllf .'lfhn'ln'J St'1'gw1r1lt amew Alurelx, Wfilliam St'rgt'u11lx Cftmplwell, lienard Franz, tl. A. Curjmmlx llurtlnn, George Grant, Vernon 1'1'i1u1lt's Nlarxlmall. c'l1JI'lC5 Mirel1ell,Rnlvert NlcNeaxe, XY'llll.IlI1 Ranwnne. XYilmer Iit't'l'IlffX Hemler-nn, Bennie lawram, Lvlen leYer's:t,IInl1n leimlsey. Allen Xlalwar. Roland Munerief, joe Llet, I'reLl Neely. Henry Nleliinney, Anbrie Newman, Pat R umsey, Wvlnstun Nelmrieber, I lerman Segall, AI-we Xlelienne. glue xlCckLllCllUOI'l, XY'alter Portman, Arnnltl l'erl'y'. Artlmur Rulmvun, Ravmoml I'ul1x,C arl lx.1YClli.l, Anton Smith, he-urge Srn'el1wn1.Geurp.:e N'i'rigl1l. Neal SIIULCF, ,lemme Stmnext, nlimmy Stnkey, Robert Tl1umasnn,l.ernj, NYrlgl1t, joe ' fiII!7-Y z1'rif'ft'tf fly lulwz 'Ritz 'r 41:-IS Q eg g? X f. ' I . 3 'fifii-5 v ', -., -- '25 . 14 ' ffm' '-1f"i'i'ii -- ,,1. ' .V -5 Q -f X r IE as -' j.,f,f5-,L , e-A 5515, e A vffrm "4 W YWYTZ Elirfix i ""'.70rvsh'r R. O. T C. Rah! For the boys in the brown! Regard how they strut around! Read what they mean in this town! Remember they've a right to be proud! O hail the R. O. T. C.! O watch how they step in the drill On your dress the cross swords are pinned! O you're in for Il thrill! Tip hats to our Lieutenant Colonel! Touch your caps to the gold braided men! Tease the poor little guard on duty! Take a date with them all now and then! Cheer the boys on parade! Cheer the guard at his post! Cheer the oHieer's braid! Cheer 'till you split your throat! Rah for these boys in their fine team work! Always they do their duty-they never shirk CU Heavens! They'll be grand in fighting the Turk. Reasons for success: a lovely home Aiming to stay there-never to roam How they reign on land-BUT NEVER ON FOAM! Roasters, every single one of Forest High Are grand in this world they'll all get byg How many girls a day do sigh. Rah! For the R. O. T. C. Rah! for the great big boys in brown Oh! How they shine in this first class town- Treading the street they are handsome to see- Can't you imagine how proud we must be! Rowdy! XVe,ll say they are so, Ostentatious? Well, maybe, but you know They are fine boys as we've said before. Charming? When they speak, they hold the floor. Rah! For the R. O. T. C. Hlwslvr' ,go ss GE EDA A lp AIQTS UBI C. Y ,D Ten years ago Mr. and Mrs. Forest High moved to Dallas, Texas, with a family of ten children, which included twins and a set of triplets. XVhen the close of the school term was approaching, Mr. and Mrs. High called their children around them and asked each to tell what he had accomplished during the year. Leo S. Barrett and Rettie Kelly Ensor sprang to their feet. Rettie Kelly Ensor gesticulated with paint brushes, while Leo S. Barrett flourished rulers and triangles. "Children!" begged Mrs. High. "Children!" exploded Mr. High. "Hey, you!" screamed the twins and triplets. Rettie chattered, "Best of all I like the art class. XVe study .IIT principles, art history, interior decoration, costume design, stencil designing, book bind- ing, block printing, and leather tooling. W'e have exhibitsg we go to see the pictures in the Dallas Art Museum: we-in "It's my time," Leo S. Barrett shouted. "NVe make plans and study engineering and architecture. Wlayf, without a knowledge of mechanical drawing, how do you think anyone would be able to read plans?" Meantime, little Louise XVilcox had been making funny figures in the air with one of Leo Barrett's rulers, which reminded the family that she was somewhat musically inclined. "I like music best," she said, "You should hear our orchestra. We have ten first violins, nine second violins, one viola, two clarinets, two cornets, one bass, one drum, one cello, one oboe, one trombone, one timpani, three saxaphones, one Iirench horn, one flute, and a piano. Wfhy, we went to Denton, March 22, and won second place in the lnterscholastic Music Meet. Wfe went to Abilene, May 3, and played in the Texas State Federation of Music Clubs. XVe have a Glee Club, too-" "Locille Segrist and Adrienne Michelson, stop scraping my floor," said Mrs. High. "Oh, mother, we're just practicing our tap dance that we learned in Gym. XVe have a volley ball team, and the IA's won. XVe play baseball and we go ice skating and camping and we shoot rifles, too." "Give us a chance," yelled the twins. "I'm for shorthand," said S. N. Baker. "Typewriting is really superior," interrupted julia Pritchett. QYells from the kitchenj. "NVillie Mae Berry, Alice Harrington, Pearle Matthews, where are you?" "Alice Har- rington is in the kitchen, and Pearle Matthews is trying out the new machine," said julia Pritchett. "Oh, mother," cried XVillie Mae, "you know that big round pillow shouldn't be on that rectangular sofa, and our home is of the North Colonial type." "Pearle Matthews, haven't you altered that dress yet?" "Oli, it's easy," she said, "We learn how to spend our money for clothing." "You didnft have to go to school to learn thatf, sighed Dad. -Fit,xNc.Ls Rl-.DDINLL llw ilUf'l'5f4'f' MECHANICAL DIQAWIN CLASS ROLL Abramson, Bennie Flanders, Walmsley Landsberg, Henry Adler, Lee Franz, J. A. Lane, Paul Armbruster, XValter Goodman, Harold Langly, Charles Beck, Herman Gross, Dean Lewis, Wilbur Billion, Marvin Graham, Fowler Looney, Bill Breeding, Archie Gleason, J. L. Lovely, Harry Brock, Eugene Gray, J. D. Marshall, Charles Buchanan, Bob Gruber, Isadore Martwich, Carl Bolyn, J. B. Haller, Howard McClary, Caesar Bloom, Ralph Hansen, Joe McKenzie, J. W. Bishop, Merritt Henderson, Bennie MCLemore, Fernie Campbell, Bernard Henke, Werner Mims, Woodson Callaway, C. T. Holland, J. T. Moncrief, Joe Clark, Marvin Hollingshead, Grady Messina, Joe Cox, John XV. Houseman, Jack Mitchell, Bob Crowder, Homer Herold, Eugene McBrayer, Cecil Casten, James Hendrix, Roscoe Newton, Charles Combs, Paul Kavanaugh, James Nicholas, XV. Douglas, Ralph Klar, Leo O'Brien, Raymond Farrow, Leon Knight, George Pirozzo, Sam Fitzgerald, James Lambert, XVilliam Robison. Herman Schwartz, Louis Schwartz, Arthur Schrieber, Herman Sides, Robert Sinclair, Louis Stamps, Vernon L. Sherman, Cleveland Shumate, Don Taylor, Bill Thompson, Donald Thompson, Harry Thompson, Rike Turner, Harry Turk, Lewis Tucker, Robert Tucker, NVayne Wfacker, E. J. Weaver, Edgar Whitney, Hilton Whitten, L. K. Wright, Joe fopy z'vl'ifinf by DIV. fvo S. 'Barrvff ll r ' . Ul'l'.W,4'I' HUM ECIDNUMICS In planning the courses of study included in the Home Economics Department certun objectives are kept in view. Thebe objectives are as follows: 1. Appreciation of the value of a home which is well located, planned, and built 2. Appreciation of and an interest in the home, which will lead to coniniunitx intcitst and good citizenship. 5. Habits of reading and observing materials which are related to house construe tion ind furnishings. -I. Standards of living that can be developed into ideals for general living. Arrington, Annabelle Blakeney, Lucy Bloom, Mollie Chandler, Helen Crolford. Lorene Dyer, Elizabeth Ifallos, Stella Fanning, Marguerite NAMES OF GIRLS IN PICTURE Foster, julia Mae Gremm, Sylvia Ho-lland, Helen I.,JXVl'Cl'lCC, CSCIICYICVC Malconiesius. Mary Mann, Mary Paslay, Marie Fulwiler, Maurine Sacks, Fay Lena Sloan, XVillie Vera Steele, Vesta Lee Sticksel, Leontine Strange, Mary If. XY'allace, Evelyn NVilliams, Virginia fnjiy z't'rifiI'J lvv -Wlmm 'l3i'rrv, -3Iuilfn'1c'x, 411111 IIcll'I'jll.QfHII filo" l',I'l,,'s ,Q 'I' olacmisrlm . V ' ,,..x4gg.'i pi Iii: 'sf Violins jack Kirschner Leonard Rachoff john Valeik Mary Louise Dixcn Frances Kraft Norma Goldsobel Cecil Mae Jones Robert I-lilterbrand Katherine Wfhiteturliey Marie Kraft Clm'i11i'fx E Margie Lynn Cowan Jerome Dorsa Siznzjrlnain' Mozelle Wfright Juanita Barnett MEMBERS 'Diructaig Miss Louise XV Svvoml Violins Clyde Vance john Lylcs George Reaves Arthur Hart Erneit Teer Lela Fae McLendon Curtis Harris Nanna Belle McKay Marjorie Marshall filziivs Louis Rosenberg Caesar McClary Curiicfs Robert Monroe Roderick Proctor Bass James Stuart ILCOX C Nlvlorly Suxajvboize Madison Fallin Freiirb Horn Andrew Hoyt Tromlzoiie Clare Bell Drums Charles Johnson Viola Laurella Stenger lr-i1'll0 Leonard Rachoff Oboe Fred Srulce l'in110 Dorothea Nichols fairy rvrijivil by Bliss foziisc Wilcox ,.....,....L.v..-...... .""4, Y 5 . Hi.- .!UI'l'S,d'I' 'N-x Y GLEE CLUI3 The Glee Club, one of the outstanding. features of the musie department ot rorest, Linder the direction of Miss Louise Xvilcox, rendered the following numbers on the program given by the Glee Clubs of .ill Dallas High Schools in the liorest Auditorium on May 4: 1. Hail, Noble Hall-XVt1gner. 2. Glory of the Lord, from the Messiah-l"l.indel. 1. Green Cathedral-H.ihn. A group of negro songs, including IJUIVII Slfllfzl, Durji Rirur, and SUIIlll7t'l'lI Mwlmliu, was presented by the Glee Club at the musical assembly on April sixteenth. Schnider, XVillie Green, Charles Harris, Frank Traylor, Eugene Hewitt, Nelson Guthrie, Steve Pavelka, Anton Jeffers, Jack MEMBERS Allison, Richard Vratis, Socrates Neislar, Preston Redding, Don Jackson, C.1rl jones, Charles Wfinborn, Wfalter Goss, D. Engle, Max Murphy, Luther Page, D. Bentley. tl. E. Rubin, ,loh n Luttermnn,ls.1dor Nauru zwifvtz' by Slim fnzziiz' Wilmx. W .,,..,..,, V .I V if D X' l """.'fo1'esHfri lp ' fl f. l I ws- ,V Ii Nfl H, M DANCE .4 rf Q l r. .Jw '54 A Greek war dance, under the direction of Miss Locille Segrist and Miss Ardienne Michelson, was staged by the gymnasum classes at the State Fair Auditorium on Friday, November twenty-ninth. The dance was one number on an all-school program given for the Texas State Teachers' Association. The dancers wore green and white costumes, symbolic of Greek XVarriors, and they carried a shield with a Forest Lion on it. The costumes. although inexpensive, were quite effective, and Forest was very proud of the 1 showing her gymnasium pupils made on the all-school program. The same dance, which il was given at an assembly at Forest Avenue High School, will be one of many presented i ll at the annual Gym Demonstration. 1 ll The girls who took part in the dance are as follows: 11 S Adams, Velma XVittk0wc1', Helen Jenkins, Annie Lee Kay, Maxine Shurett, Velma Caldwell, Margaret Nance, Martha XVright, Katherine Nelson, Pauline Johnson, Susan Donsky, Lottie Cruse, Mildred Renner. Ulys Bailey, Martha Purser, Pearl Routt, Clara Rodgers, Edna Stampley, Laura Potter, Lois Von Tress, Mary Floyd, Evelyn Luke, Katherine Bowers, Mildred Gordon, Helen Hill, Maxine N NKIIIIFS L'vrijir'ff by -Jfiss forillc Srgrisf. l I i Q , l T l I ', l l , i l l 1 1 f l i l I y 1, l N I I i pri ...,,,......1. H A -w--f-A-- ----- fig 11,4 y -L aa www- at A ee A G 1 -. ,WL l ll..-vrlmvns fm. MNASIU The IA gymnasium class at the eighth period holds the Championships in the inter-class contests. MEMBERS Sharp, Evelyn Buelispan, Harriet Smith, Elizabeth Perse, Velma Gordon, Helen Bowers, Mildred Caldwell, Margaret Dillon, Thelma Mann, Cecile Pmurgower, Tressa Cohen, Sary Cohen, Mary Adams, Velma Rcnner, Ulys Kielterillo, Josephine Beeman, Ruth Seabolt, Lavelle Miller, Opal Fleming, Inez Ornish, Jeanette Routt, Clara A. Dixon, Estelle Sutherland, Veda Aquino, Elizabeth Caplan, Yetta MeMasters, Dorothy Oliver, Mildred Meredith, Thelma Stern, Helen Ruth Price, Helen Snaallwood, Lorene Saunders, Nan Barlow, Irene XVood, Doris Davis, Alberta Van Tress, Mary Wfolfe, Evelyn XVilkerson, Helen Smith, Elma Ballard, Mittie Pomara, Mary Webb, Christine Valeik, Martha Owens, Myrtle McBrayer, Helen Fineglass, Rose Xvilonsky, Ida Glalieler, Dorothy Webb, Aletha XVright, Thelma Wfright, Catherine Hubble, Paulyne Moreland, Frances Wforley, -Iuanita Floyd, Evelyn Sarove, Camille Bailey, Martha Hefner, Louise Starapley, Laura baseball and basket ball rixf 0111-1' l'l'7'j'fIl'ff by Irzxirzrvforx, eldriwlrze f5Iirlu'1xw1 amz' L'm'ile Svg if if WF? Tfflifiil i'f'f75 Ixfffsffwji ii 'a mmm "'t f ,Q 7 5 373 50, ., : -4- If-iii, .,' ,, -A G .8 U ' ' A ' v ' GLN , - .-' . ' 1 glmj ff ' it ,fra , ttf, . Q ,ff f ,ef ,-.1 s 95 1 E3 X ,,-vp . 3 ., if I N , 9. , v -QQ. -' XS 'W K Q' X I . x,, ew I, A Il -' . . ". 1,Il'c'sfur' N Fazrvorife Foods ami Fmzcier fincluding Bugsj As confessed to the XVoozey FRANCES REDDING-Fishing worms, orange soda pop, pickled peaches Qmalej. ROY BLACK-Lady bugs and ice cream. MILDRED BONWIT-Bugum hominumg kisses, or castor oil and biscuits Qno preference JOIIN RICE and JIM BILL PARSONSiCl1lCkCllS, bee-es, strawberry short-cake. qWe realize that chickens arenlt bugs, but they insisted-wonder BOBBY WOOD-Earth worms, Castoria. CAR?viON BRANDEN1GfHSSh0PP6l'S, cherry pie. THELMA POTTER-BCCIlCS, Milky Vfay. MARX' LOUISE MALCOh'lESILTS-DOOdlC bugs, roast pork. whylj HELEN STAR-Bed bugs, chocolate-coated pills for anything else chocolatej. GERTRUDE SACHS-Fleas, pop corn. l-IAZEL CHANEY-ooooooooooo! How she DEtests bugs!-fruit salad. STEVE GUTHRIElBUH1blC beezzs, apricots. JANE MORRIS-C0OtiCS, dog biscuits. EvY VUORTSMAN-Roly-poleys, spinach. QAn' how?!j. RICHARD ALLISON-Butterflies, fried chicken. STEVE ELIZABETH LE SEUR-Silk worms, grapes. SYD ADAMS-Fleas, dog biscuits. LILI ION PRIBBLE-lady bugs, fried chicken. NIARY JANE SNYDER-Flies, doughnuts Qmixed or otherwisej. LOUISE FENLEY1fg1'8SSl1OPPCX'S, double-chocolate ice cream sodas with whipped creamj . ADALAYDE MICHAELSONZAHLS, pinanies. ANSON VAN SLYRE-Baby elephants, paper an' tin cans. MARX' PATTIE AGNEXY'-FlD26Y nail soup, bridge bugs. L L JAMES KAN'ANAUGIi'XTHHll3 ice cream, chocolate sauce, grasshoppers. ARTHUR GOTTLICH-Fleas, fired ice cream. CARMEN DYE-Lollipops, book worms. HELEN GOLDMAN-M3ShCd potatoes, potato bugs. WILLA MAE NIILLSAP-H01'SC flies, tomatoes. IRENE BENTLEY-Snails, devil dogs, and pickles. MARIE MATTOX-Big fat grubworms, scarab sandwiches. VIRGINIA GREENV'OODiR3W carrots, boll weevil. HARVRY JANSEN-Spinach, crusts of bread, angle worms fright anglej . -DOROTHY ROSENBAUM flu . 1 A f HI UN 4'l DEDAIQT C BS Under the regulations governing extra-curricular activities in Forest Avenue High School each school activity must make some definite contribution to the school life. The constitution of the organization must indicate the nature of that contribution, and the purpose of that activity must be approved by the principal. Membership in each organization is open to all pupils on the same basis. No pupil may belong to more than two organizations unless he is passing in all subjects and has the consent of the club sponsors to join a third organization. No pupil is per- mitted to have membership in organizatins other than Departmental Clubs who did not receive credit in at least three solid subjects carried during the preceding semester. Monthly dues of school clubs may not exceed twenty cents. A Hne of ten cents for unexcused absence and of five cents for unexcused tardies may be assessed, as well as a fine of twenty-five cents for failure to appear on the program without an acceptable excuse. The only acceptable excuse for absence is absence from schoolg however, mem- bers may be excused from the meeting to participate in other school activities by ob- taining a leave of absence in writing signed by the sponsor and three officers of the organization. After three cases of absence or tardiness in a semester, a member is automatically dropped from membership, For failure to pay fines or dues members are dropped three weeks after the fine has been assessed. No student may receive a report card unless all club dues and lanes are paid. Meetings for all organizations must be weekly, except for cosmopolitan organiza- tions. An open meeting must be held in assembly each year, and the programs of these meetings must be similar to those of weekly meetings. Any business transaction in a meeting at which the sponsor is not present is unconstitutional. No student who has not passed with credit all studies during the preceding se- mester or who is a problem of discipline in the school may not hold office in a club or hold the position of editor or manager of any school publication. A pupil may hold of- fice in only one school organization at a time. He may hold no more than three dif- ferent offices in a semester, and only one of those offices may be the presidency of an organization or the position of editor or manager of a publication. . lfrilic . as Wfnvcas b .I 1 at? if f' ' l f S A ,- .IIQQ " ' ' E f IW. -I-l l Fall S!'ll1f'Xfl'l' FRANIL SHIELDS . EDITH REEN'ES . . OMEGA CUMMINGS . LEAH LEVENTHAL . RALPH NOVIN . . ANNIA ZABBIA . . FLETCHER R. XVICIQIIAM Beiber, Helen Bennett, Grace jane Cowan, Margie Lynn Coonrod, Willard Crane, A. B. Cummings, Omega Fenley, Louise Friedburg, Frieda Garcia, Lola Goodman, Katie Io" LAS DOS AMEIQICAS OFFICERS Tl'k'Sil1t,l1f . View-'PI'exi4I'e11f St'Cl'l'ftll'y f1'I'ms1I1'r'r . Sv1'gmI11f-af-wlrnzs 'PlH'Iil1llIt'l1 farian .lfP1'C'.S'll'f' Spring Srzzzrsfer . OMEGA CUMMINGS . . REATA KAHN . IDA MAE MILLER NLARY E. HAMBRIGHT . , ORA MAE VANN . . LOUISE FENLEY FLETCHER R. WICKHAM MEMBERS Hamhright, Mary Elizabeth Holt, Elizabeth Kahn, Reata Kettle, Marcella Kooken, Joy Levanthal, Leah Malowitz, Henrietta Miller, Ida Mae Moses, Constance Novin, Ralph Overton, Maggie Pape, Helen Pearlstein, Nettie Reeves, Edith Sanford, Elgean Schwartz, Lillian Shields, Frank Vann, Ora Mae Vasek, Lydia XVarner, Dorothy Lee folivy l't'7'ijql'l1 by Ida SIM' Ellill I Full S1'11l1'1I1'r H111 N 511111 , B1 u1.,xH Ku11N1 IL F111 1 YN XY'11111sMAN joc'11 K11ui11,iM . l,URlN W',i11x1Ns . G1,111Ys Mus,xr111 RU111 NON'lKlI . Mus. INIINNII. A1c1m1 Brss1E LL11111 . G1 RTRUDE SMQHS . EUNILI F,i1soN Mos11.1,1 BAUM . H1 1 1 N Go1i11r-MN . L11111 1"1ux Cu1u11A1i Llllll SAULIIR . E11-11 1, L11 Rufus: CurcI1.1k,I.11rc11.1 Faison, Eunice GOILIm.1n, H1:Icn Hart. S.1r.1 Jaffe, Bernice ,Y . Hn' Ul'4'N',4'I' Llf Cl IDC If FIQANCAII OYFILIQRS 'Pl 1'111l4'11l . I'l1'1'-'l'1'1'1l1l1'l1f S1'114'I11r1' . . 'T1'1'111111'1'1' . S1'1.q1u111I-11l-- lrwx 'lI111'Ii1ll1l1'111111111ll . '1i1111111-rw . . fiflfll' COMMITTEES 'l'rng1'1lI11 'lI'1'n.q1'11ll1 'l'1'u,q1'11n1 . . 51l1A111ln'1'1l11j1 . . -Wl1'r11l11'1'1l11j1 . 'liulli-1111 'l3u11r1l 'l311If1'll11 'lSm11'1f 11 ll111'11t1'1'i MISMISIQRS Iiickirclln, kluscpliinc RI1c.1. I7n1'11lI1y KlicI1.1cIs11n, .fX1I.1I.1y1Ic Iiubin, I II1uI I.cc XIus.1cI1e, GI.1LIys IilltII'lIflIiy, fXI1ILIrcd Nuviuli, Ruth S.1cI1s, bc1'IrL1dc S.1u1:1cr,I.1II1c S1.1r. Hulun XYur1s111.11i,I-.vclyn I311cksp,1n, Harrier 01113 1 Spring X1'f111'sl1'1' . RL'111 NQIXIKII . I'IlIl N QJUIIIMXN . IIUNI11 Iifusuv 1,11,n'111 NI1cH.111suN . 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Spring Svnimlrr , . LEON FUNK EVELYN ROSENBERG . . NIARY JANE JOFFRION DOROTHX' MAE ROSENBAUM SI'I'gI'11l1I-at-elrnlx . . . LUTHER lVlURPHY fr-itir . LOURANIA lNlILI.ER Lfxxirfmzl frifirr Graneau. Vivian MEMBERS ETHEL lhlAS'l'ERS Kirkpatrick, Eunice Schwarz, Hannah I-laftner, Ester Fallin, Madison Cook, Martha Hefner. Louise Reaves, George, jr. Harper. Rayma Zesmer, Miriam Singer, Jerome Schlinger, Pauline Page, John D. Hester, Dorothy Berwald. Arthur Cruzze, Mildred Sigel, Doris Funk, Leon Crocker, Maude Aronson, Mildred Lichtenstein, Mariorie XVright, Catherine Taylor, Oda Patrick. Lu Fan Bailey, Martha Klar, Lois Gottlieh. Arthur Gaines. Robert Alotfrion, joy French, Imogene fopy Ivrifirif by fllury Iam' Ioffrion. "" fn1'mfur' C- I I3 I ' C I'l If - l'l Fall S4'nn'xfc'r QFHCERS Spring Svrzzwl Cl..-xx' HlNI'.S . . . 'Pwiiifrfzf . . Mfuur, lVlAlIUX DOROTHH' KNOTTS . Vin'-'l'r'wi4lvr1l Jams-s K.u',xNxLt H Cutu, lX1C,BRAYliR . . . St'w'rlaz'y . . . Doius IXINK Dolus ARbOX'I'fZ . . 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QA, , . -Em .V 5 zVV...jjfjV. .V,. . -gf ujf?-fz ...V,. -TAYLOR. A -or .-.. ,Af-:Q V. ACT ITIES av. V v J . F. 'I af, xl 1 1, 3 32 - SUCIAL to ., WW ,llf CALENDAIQ 'T Sepfrnzlnfr Hbfrlufwi' 18-Freshman Assembly. 5-Presentation of curtain to school. Ovlobvr 9-Sportsmanship Assembly N0 l'1'NI!lt'f 7 13 20 27 22 'DUN' 4 6 16 Armistice Day Assembly. Standard Debating Assembly. Bi-Chem-Phy Assembly -Musical Assembly Girl Reserve Party given by Ruth Peoples. 2711117 Senior Day. Senior Play, "In The Next Room". joint meeting of Forest and Woodrow Wilson Girl Reserves. 20-Christmas Assembly. 27-Standard Debating Society Ban- quet. january 6-Awarding of honors to football boys. 8-Girl Reserves Assembly. 9-All-Spanish Program. 16-Leaders' Club Assembly. 24 24 Gym Demonstration. -Tea-Dansant g i v e n by High Scholarship Club. ll- 12- Presentation of football sweaters. Military Assembly. 14-Spanish Club Banquet. 21-One-Act Play Contest. Z2- Qpen Meeting of Le Circle Fran- cais. 28-P, T. A. Play, "The Arrival of Kitty". Dlarch 5-High Scholarship Assembly, pres- entation of Linz pins. 21-Girl Reserves Style Show. 21-Girl Reserves Party for Hi-Y Club. 21-IA Theatre Party. 25-Debate between Dallas Tech. and Forest. 2 9-Leaders' Club Dance. 2-Public Speaking Assembly. 4- IIIB Palace Theatre Party. 16-Musical Assembly. 26- avlfdy Le Circle Francais Assembly. 4-All-School Glee Club Program. 7- 9.. Senior Day. Senior Play, "Polly With a Past". 1 El x Hazel Cbnney, president of ber Clnss during ber Sophomore ann' Innior years, won the Annual Pop- nlaritj' Contest over ber competitors, Mary Pnttie Agnew and Tbelnm Potter. w Q f 1 El x Fay Lagozv, tbree-year letterman and captain of tbe football team as well as a guard on tbe basketball team, was elected tbe most popular boy in Forest Avenue Higb Sebool. His Competitors ifz tbe contest were Roy Black and Artbur Gottlieb. X a IE 1 till" 'Q'-'-mf FAY LAC-OW Social E1767ZZ'.f HIGH SCHOLARSHIP CLUB TEA-DANSANT In January the High Scholarship Club gave a tea-dansant in the library honor- ing the graduating members. Members of the Leaders, Club were guests as well as several teachers. Miss Rowe surprised everyone by dancing in an ultra-modern fashion. Believe it or not, "a wonderful time was had by allf' especially since the refresh- ments consisted of sandwiches, ice cream, cake, and cocoa. Most of the girls broke diets to partake of the delicious food, and, as for the boys,-they didn't seem to have .Inv diet to break. Many thanks are due Miss Foote, the club sponsor, who did more than her share to make the party the rip-roaring, howling fexcuse slangj success that it was. LEADERS, CLUB DANCE On Friday night the Leaders' Club gave a big dance in the Gym. Among those present were Hazel Chaney and Melbert Bale, Thelma Potter and Everett fBertj Hockwald, Gertrude Sachs and Arthur Berwald, Lehman Tims and Ruth Peoples, Marie Matrox and Carroll Piper, and Mary Elizabeth Strange and Roderick Proctor. Our chief spy could not find the mates of Bernard Hemphill and Carmon Brandon, and we of- fer our regrets. Perhaps we have not given the full list here, but please remember space is limited. Of the teachers there were Mr. Rorie, Mr. Parker, Mr. Bergin four heroj, Mr. Hutchinson, and Miss Berry. lee cream, cake, and soda pop were served. Needless to say, everyone went home happy and contented. QTrite, oh, noj. STANDARD DEBATING SOCIETY BANQUET The Standard Debating Society held its annual banquet at the Y. W. C. A. on Dec. 27, 1929, in honor of Miss Myra Brown, former critic of the club, who told of her interesting experiences while teaching in China. Mr. Parker and Miss Rowe were also present. The first president of the club, Scott Hardy, was toast-master at this, the largest banquet that the Standard Debating Society ever had. GIRL RESERVES PARTY The Girl Reserves gave a party for the Hi-Y Club Friday, March 22, 1930, at the Y. W. C. A. The party must have been a success-anything those girls do turns out successfully. Eyes like ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Hair like ,,,7 ,Y,,,,,, . .. Complexion like.. ..., ,. Wlv0'J' Ufbo Mai.-1 Girl Minnie Kettle Hazel Chaney Mildred Carr Nfoiful Boy Roy Black Sonny Langston George Knight Size like ,,,,AA,,,,,,,,,,, Helen Goldman Conrad Duxve Dress like ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bessie L. Henderson Glynn Felton Cute like ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,, ,, ,,,,,.. .. . . .Marie Mattox Arthur Gottlick "A Greek Goddess" " Personality like eeY,, Dance like ,,,,,,,,,,,, An Athlete like Clever like ,,,, ,, Dumb like ..,...., Artistic like ,,,,,,,,, A friend like ,,,,,, Clever like ,,,,,,, . Pep like ,,e,, ldoln Ouida Morris Pat Agnew Lillian Pribble Lillian Swartz Leanore Purvin Kathleen Price Freida Freidburg Doris King Dorothy Rosenbaum Steve Le Sueur QS-2' Vernon Kaliler XVayne Tucker Pete Steere Fay Lagow Henry Miller Bernard jordon Waltci' Hosek Anson Van Slyke Joshua Kahn Carroll Piper XVALKING DICTIONA RIES ASK- XValter Armbruster about military. Sidney Adams about music. Helen Star about an annual. Gertrude Sachs about singing. Richard Allison about basket ball. Steve Guthrie about track. Billy Graham about tennis. Fay Lagow about football. Charles Depoma about golf. Arthur Gottlich about leading yells. Bert Hockwald about Leaders' Club. Virginia Sims about dramatics. Lillian Pribble and Grace Howard about being friends. Mary Manion how to be a popular girl. Mildred Carr about 101. Marcus McCoy about science. Frances Redding about public speaking. Marguerite Tobolowsky about dancing. Melbert Bale about being a popular boy. julia Manion how to be president for three years. Frances Fooshee about playing a piano. Harold Smith about playing a saxaphone. Thelma Potter about holding the boys' affections. -KATPiLEEN PRICE. We Nomifmfe for the Ha!! of Fame 1. Mary Jane Snyder because she has been secretary of her class during her Senior year. and because in her Junior year she was on the debating team. 2. Anson Van Slyke, because he is president of the IVA Senior Class and leading man in the Senior play. 3. Frances Redding, because she is president of the High, Scholarship Club and assistant editor of the Forester. 4. Joshua Kahn, because he won the Harvard award in 1929, and the city essay contest in 1930. 5. Mary Ross Coble, because of her dramatic ability displayed in the one-act play contest in the Senior play. 6. Frank Terranella, because of the faithful work he has done as coach of the second football team. 7. Marjorie Novich. because she won the efficiency cup in the Latin Club. S. Fay Lagow, because he was chosen on the all-scare football team. 9. Hazel Chaney, because she was president of her class for two years and was elected the most popular girl. 10. Everett Hockwald, because he was president of the Hi-Y Club and presi- dent of the Leaders' Club. 11. Dorothy May Rosenbaum, because of her originality. 12. Richard Allison. because he is captain of the basketball team. 13. Hazel Zubatsky, because she is the leading lady in the Senior play. 14. Steve Guthrie, because he is the captain of the track team. 15. Jane Morris, because of the excellent work she has done as editor of the Echo. 16. Jonas Rosenfield, because he won second place in the district extemporane- ous speaking contest. 17. Adalayde Michaelson, because she is the editor oft the Senior Publication. 18. Robert Monroe, because he is the business manager of the Senior Publication and president of the Pan-American League. 19. Harriett Garonzik, because she represented Forest and Dallas at the Denton public speaking contest. 20. Billie Aronoff and Eugene Arons, because they won the city debate contest. 21. Gertrude Sachs, because she was president of the High Scholarship Club and because of her versatility. 22. Carmon Brandon, because he was president of the Leaders' Club and a let- terman on the football team. 23. Claire McCoy, because she played in all the tennis games. 24. XValter Hosek, because of the genius of his art work. 25. Louise Fenley and Ozelle Ramey, because of their untiring efforts in gain- ing advertising for the Forester. . I . . x , I I I To If DIQAMA S IN THE NEXT ROOM IN THE NEXT ROOM. given by the 1930 January graduating class of Forest Avenue High School, is a first rate mystery play comprising all the elements of sus- pense, curiosity, comedy, and drama. Philip Vantine has bought a rare copy of an original Boule cabinet and ordered it shipped to his New York home from Paris. When it arrives, it is found toi be the original itself, the possession of which is desired by many strange people. Before two persons meet mysterious death fooling with the cabinet, the happiness of many other- wise happy actors is threatened. CAST Philip Vantine . . . . .IULIAN BURKE Lorna Webster . CSLADYS AIJELE GARONZIK Felix Armand Colonel Piggott . JIM BILL PARsoNs jim Godfrey . NIAQR WOOLF Maid . . . ADRIAN HALLER Rogers . . MARION KLEIN Parks . . . . JAKE MASSINTER Duchess de Charreire . HELEN MANN Grady . . EARL NEW'TON Simmons . . . RUSSELL TUCRER Moore, Policeman . ORAL MILLER MANSIONS MANSIONS was the play directed by Miss Helen Fern Black for the One-Act Play Contest. This story is that of a young boy, Joe Wilde, who is dying. His sis- ter, Lydia Wilde, gives joe her promise that she will play the big piano, which has not been toucher in years. In fact, their Aunt Harriett Wilde forbade them to touch the instrument. Lydia defies her aunt and plays the piano for her brother, who dies. Mary Ross Coble, Lu Fan Patrick, and Luther Murphy took the parts of Harriett Wilde, Lydia Wilde, and Joe Wilde, respectively. HN' if . 0l'v.s'f4'r' POLLY WITH A PAST The June 1930 graduating class presented POLLY WITH A PAST, a thrilling, exciting, interesting, and humorous play written by George Middleton and Guy Bolton. The play opens in the home of Clay Collum, an interior decorator, and Harry Richardson. Polly, who is the daughter of a minister and who is going to Paris to study voice, is a maid in their home, and as she has not been able to find employ- ment elsewhere, she has been forced to take this position. Rex Van Zile, a friend of Harry and Clay, is very much in love with Myrtle Davis. The object of his admiration has no time for Rex, but is only interested in saving men from the gutter, reforming drunkards and the like. Rex is terribly down- hearted, but he is advised by Polly to have some young woman impersonate a notori- ous French woman, in order to make Myrtle jealous. The three young men are at a loss because they do not know who will take the part, but one of them suggests Polly. Polly finally consents and they decide that P0lly'5 name is to be Paulette Bady. The second act opens in the home of Mrs. Van Zile, Where she is entertaining her friends, Myrtle Davis and her mother, Mrs. Davis. They are discussing the inter- national siren, Paulette Bady, when they are interrupted by her appearance with Rex. Stiles, a man from the country whom Myrtle has saved, recognizes Paulette as Polly Shannon, and is finally persuaded to keep quiet, and to let everyone in Northamp- ton think that she is a bad woman, who has wrecked a throne as the papers state. Harry and Clay have also stated that the world's most famous musician, Vlachimir Petrowski, has killed himself for love of her. The SIQIIC of affairs becomes more and more complicated when Petrowski himself appears, and demands an explanation. Some of the Van Zile household and friends still believe that she is not the real article, and Myrtle sends for Prentice Van Zile, an authority on the subject of notorious French women. He also becomes much infatuated with her. Rex has succeeded in making Myrtle jealous, and Harry and Clay propose to Myrtle for him, but only to find that Rex no longer loves Myrtle, but Polly. CAST Polly . . . . I1EI,l2N ZUBATSKY Rex Van Zjle ANSON VAN SLYKE Myrtle . . . . Main' Ross COBLE Harry Richardson Mrs. Davis . Clay Collum Mrs. Van Zile Commodore Bob Stiles . . . Prentice Van Zile Petrowski . . Parker . i H aixolam FRIEDLANDER BEATRICIZ METZGER JAMES KAVANAUGH LEANOR PURVIN . Il1v1N YON.-xcx JACK IQIRSCHNER . HENRX' MILLER SIDNEY SMILOVITZ I"IEI.EN GOLDMAN ll - "- 0!'f'.sfa'l' IBLIC SDEAKI Forest Avenue High School won high honors in debate this year. When the try- outs were announced, three boys, all members of the Standard Debating Society, came out. They were Eugene Arons, Billie Aronoff. and Arthur Berwald. In the final eliminations held here in the school, Billie Aronofl and Eugene Arons were selected as the team to represent Forest. The boys worked hard right from the first because they were resolved to make this a winning year for Forest in debate. Several outside practice debates were scheduled. The first took place with Kevens at Trinity University in Wfaxahachie. Our boys debated the negative and lost. They next debated Central at Ft. Woi'th, and a Central class gave the decision to their own team. By this time our boys were fairly well proficient in the art of debating, and they were ready to go into the city contest. The first oflicial debate was held with Dallas Technical High School at the Forest Auditorium, February 25. Forest drew the affirmative. The question was "Resolved: That the Sterling Plan for Financing a State System of Highways Should be Adopted." Fine arguments were offered by both sides, and Forest was declared the winner by a vote of two to one. The finals were held at Forest, Saturday, March ZZ. Three schools, Forest, North Dallas, and Sunset, were entered. The Forest team worked ha1'd in the days preceding the finals, collecting information and material from eminent authorities. On the night of the debate they had to debate twice, while the other schools debated once. This disadvantage did not dismay them. They beat North Dallas by a vote of two to one, arguing the negative side, and perhaps an hour later they were city champions, having beaten Sunset by another vote of two to one, bringing glory to Forest. They drew the negative side of this debate also. The declamation and extemporaneous speaking contest was held Saturday, March 1, at North Dallas High School. In the girls' declamation contest Forest came out second. Harriett Garonzik represented Forestg her declamation was "I am an Ameri- can." Forest was represented by Willie XValdman who spoke On "National Apostosyf' Forest came out third in the boys' contest. In extemporaneous speaking, -Ionas Rosen- iield, who represented Forest, won second place. By the way. Jonas is just a freshman. In the district meet held at Denton, Texas, April ll. Jonas Rosenfield won second place in the extemporaneous speaking contestq while Harriett Garonzik, declaimer, elimi- nated the final tryout. fopy z'i'rijii'J by Mixx Helefl Fern Black. ll"'.ilo1'v.s fm' Found in The Dallas Morning News in 1955 STYLES According to the eminent French stylist, Monsieur Anson Van Slykeskywitxin- heimenberg, clothes for women this year will be verv extreme. For the summer, brief costumes will be worn for both men and women-in the fashion of bathing suits. Low cut backs, no sleeves, and very short skirts will prevail for women, while the men will wear short knee-breeches. Style of hair-dress for men will continue to be long curls, while the revealed-ear will be shown for women. SCHOOL NEWS FOREST AVENUE HIGH The children who enter Forest are getting younger and younger every year. As yet, the youngest pupil to enter is little Georgia Hockwald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hockwald. Both father and mother entered in Forest in 1926, Mrs. Hockwald then being Miss Thelma Potter and Mr. Hockwald being known as "Bert", We hasten to add here that Georgia is just six years old, a brilliant child as were her parents. The little Guthrie twins, Steve and Leah, are next to the youngest in the school. They are just seven years old. A darling pair, these! NEW ATHLETICS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS This year football has been participated in by both boys and girls on an equal basis, with Mrs. Genevieve Lawrence Daross and Mr. james Daross head and assistant coaches, respectively, of all the Dallas school teams. XVrestling and boxing are to be open for boys and girls on the same basis as is football. Each participant must have excellent eyes fpreferably not glassj, a strong nose, a set of removable teeth Qto be removed be- fore each matchj, and perfectly good pairs of arms and legs. The coach for the city is Fay Lagow. Since there is so much athletic activity in the schools this year, basket ball will be eliminated. NEWS, GOSSIP, SOCIAL EVENTS Behold, another Dallas girl has retired from the Talkie-Sillies! She is none other than Hazel Chaney, whose sister, Esther, preceded her in Hollywood. The younger Miss Chaney has collected a sum of over 510,000,000 and is now sacrificing her fame for domestic life with Melbert Bale. Mary Ross Coble, M. I., S. S., P. D. Q., R. S. V. P., from Oxford, England, has recently been operated on by Dr. Richard Allison for flat feet. Miss Mary Jane ,lof- frion ffiancee of Dr. Allisonj, was head nurse and helped supervise the operation. o lm' Ul'l'.Nfa'I' 1, 4 3352 if SDC A 1 f C 1 Ki 4 i l President-The meeting will please come to order. We will have the roll call. Secretary-Mary Beach, etc. a President-Are there any members present whose names were not called. If not, we will Secretary President read have the reading of the minutes of the last meeting. Madame President, club members, and sponsor, the regular meeting of the .. ,,.,,,,7 Club of F. A. H. S. was held April etc. --Are there any corrections to the minutes? If not, they stand approved as We will have the excuses for absences and tardies. Secretary-There were none, Madame President. President-We will have a report from the chairman of the program committee, Miss Beach. Miss Beach-Madame President, the program for next meeting is, etc. The first num- ber on the program today will be a talk by ., . Madame President, that con- cludes the program for today. Presitlent-We will have a report from the standing committees. Miss Fall, chairman of the pin committee, do you have a report to make? Miss Fall-Madame President, I have no report to submit. President-Are there any other committees to make reports? If not, is there any old business to come before the club? Any member-Madame President, last meeting we were discussing a date for our ban- quet. I move we hold it on April tenth, Any member-I second the motion. President-It has been moved and seconded that. . : Is there any discussion? Any member-Madame President, I move that We amend that motion by inserting the words "at seven o'clock". Any member-I second the motion. Presiden-It has been moved and seconded that the motion be amended by inserting the words "at seven o'clock". Is there any discussion? If not, all in favor please raise your right hand. All opposed, by the same sign. The motion carries, and the amended motion reads that the ,,,,, . ,.Club of F. A. H. S. hold its annual banquet at seven o'clock on April tenth. All in favor please raise your right hand. All opposed, by the same sign. The motion carries, and we will have our banquet on April tenth at seven o'clock. Is there any other old business? Is there any new business? Does any officer have a report to make, or are there any suggestions for the good of the club? If not, we will have the critic's report. Critic-Madame President, .. c,,,,,,,,,, there a motion that we adjourn? Any member-Madame President, I move that we adjourn. President-Is Any member-I second the motion. President-It The meeting stands adjourned. has been moved and seconded that we adjourn. All in favor please rise. 171111 Svllzrsfvr LULA MAE USSEIIY ANNA POMERANTZ RONVENA KAPLAN REBECCA EINIIOIIN -IUANITA GovEII CONSTANQE MOSES IDA MAE MILLEII MIKS. TUIIA DIAL Barshop. Sarah L. Block, Elizabeth Beiber, Helen Cohen, Mary Cohen, Sary Curchack, Loretta Donosky, Charlotte Dunevitz, Margaret Einhorn, Rebecca Nw .l0I'0.S't6'l' GIIQLS' DLI IDEAIYI OFFICERS 'presirlwlf . Vin'-'Prvsiifvrzf SlTl't'fl1l'y . 'Z-l'l't1XI!1'C'Y . . .St'I'gl'l1lIf-df-ef1flI1S . . . 1-,Ill'Ii!1l7lt'l1fi17'iIlIl . . . 'Reporter . frifit' MEMBERS Fallas, Stella Levy, Orien Friedberg, Frieda Levi, Marie Garonzik, Harriet Malowitz, Henriette Geeta, Adeline Gover, Juanita Hafter, Helen Jaffe, Bernice Kaplan, Rowena Margules, Sylvia Massinter, Minnie Miller, Ida Mae Muir, Helen Pomerantz, Anna Spring Semester . LIELEN STAR ROWENA KAPLAN ANNA POMEIIANTZ . EVELYN WORTSMAN HELEN ZUBATSIQY AIUANITA GOVEII . EVELYN COMES Mus. TUIIA DIAL Rudnitsky, Mildred Schwartz, Lillian Smith, Rae Spiritas, Rose Star, Helen Wfortsman, Evelyn Zesmer, Mirian Zubatsky, Helen fojzy verified by eflmm 1j0Il1I'HllIfI'.. - . ,QT . 1 L, Of.fi1'1'r'x 'PI'l'Xf1ll'llf L'IU'-'l'V'1',Xi1l1'lIf , S4'1'1'1'l111'y Tr'.'a.xl1r'1'1' S4'1A.q1'1111l-uf-1, lrmi frific ,, Arons, Eugene Aronoigf, Billie Agress, Alfred Berwnld, Arthur Bock, Aloe Cosimllan, H. M. Donosliy. Samuel Finneburgli, ELlXV.l1'Ll Funk, Leon fin- UI'a'sf4'l' ITANIDAIQD DEIBATI Firm! Trl UI HI',NIiN' K1 1 vim jixclx K111sr11N11a Auriiuia B1-11xx',x1n XVILLII' XViXl.lJhl.XN HI:Nl2N' Nlll 1.1 11 EDNA Roxyi. ffrrrnlil lTt'I'lII XV11111- xV.'XlllAI.XN A11'1'11L'1a B1 lux ,xl ll SAMU1 1, DuNos1n' H1'.N1u' Nllll 1-12 H1111-,111,1. func 11111-.11 LZIJNA Rowi- MEMBERS Cflfellers. Lyle Gross, Hyman Heiseger, M.1y.11' Hilterbr.1nt, Willi.1111 Hulr, Elmer K.1in,U.1vid Ii.1pl.1n, Leonard Ii.lI'ClllUCl', Hersllel fillflj' ll Tfvirif 'T1'r1:1 A11'1'11L'11 B1 lux 111.11 S.-m1u1,1, Duxosm' EDCI-NI ,-X1aoNs HI'li5lll'.I, Kimi 11x11-R Lx'1.11 G l'Il,1l1liS IlnN.'1 Roxxi Kiiwehner, jack lilepali. Henry Lipsitz,D.1niel Lipsitz, Myron Lyons, -lulius Meyers, Abe Miller, lrlenry Murphy. Luther iljiuil Ivy fiflqufli' L lmfzi i 1 , 5 fI2CQTig" mf iv Fall Smrlrxfvr GERTRUDE SACHS NULDRED Boxwir FRANCES REDDYNG lVlARY ALICE PORTER ELEANOR GUODSTEIN JAKE LICHTENSTEIN BILLIE ARONOFF . RACHEL M. FOOTE Allen, Lois Aronoff, Billy Bailey, Dorothy Beiber, Helen Block. Leora Boshart, Viola Braden, Wanda Bronchiero, Blanche Brock, Christelle Cade, Odell Canada, Herman Carp, Elizabeth Claunch, Grace Combs, Evelyn CH Cummings, Omega Curchak, Loretta Douthit, Rufa Einhorn, Rebecca Faison, Eunice Freeland, Margaret French, Imogene Friedman, Florence Froelich, Loraine Funk, Leon Graham, Ethel Harlan, Leta Mae Hemphill, Billy Hilley, Edna ll -' "f nrvsfffr' IAIQI ID OFFICERS 'Prrsidvul Vicr'-Prvsiiffilt . Svrrrlary . T rvaxlzrvr Tarliamrntarian Sergeant-al-e,+lrn1s . 'Rrporlvr . . Spozuor MEMBERS jenkins. Anna Lee Kaplan, Leonard Kleinman, Leon Kooken, joy Leventhal, Leah Levin, Frances Levi, Marie Lichtenstein, jake Lindley, Elizabeth Lipsitz, Myron Malowirz, Henriette Massinter, Minnie McCoy, Claire Michaelson, Adalayde Miller, Ida Mae Miller, Henry Morris, Jane Moses, Constance Muir, Helen Novich, Ruth Novich, Felice Novich, Marjorie Patrick, Lu Fan Pomerantz, Anna Porter, Mary Alice Purvin, Leanore Redding, Frances Spring Srmesivr FRANCES REDDIRG HENRY MILLER EVELYN Comes . CLMRE MCCOY ROBERT lWlONROE lVl.-XRJORIE NOVICH GERTRUDE SACHS RACHEL M. FOOTE Robinson, Marjorie Rosenberg, Evelyn Rosenbaum, Dorothy Sachs, Gertrude Seaman, Helen Sessel, Elizabeth Smith, George Star, Helen Snyder, Mary Jane Van Slyke, Anson Wortsman, Evelyn XVyll, Dorothy Zabbia, Maggie fopy zrrijimf by 6'z'vlyn fomrv Full Svurvrfvr CARMON BRANDON Auai RT Piwi TT . ARTHUR f.iUTTl.lCH RUBIRW RUTH . XVILLIAM Suurimxu JOHN Ric: . . ,lor Blnuiw . . Mix. E1 mix Scorr Adams, Sidney Allison, Richard Aronotf, Billy Bale, Mclbcrt Bcrwald, Artliur Blair, George Brock, Eugcnc Dnross. LI.imcs Gottlicli, Arthur Green. Rcibcrr Hemphill, Bernard Hemphill. Billy Hines. Clay P fif. LEADERS' OFFICERS , 'l'rr'wilc'11! , Vli'r-'l'n'ilifvrit SVI! a'filY'j' . 'T r'ml.S11n'r' , 5l'Y'4Ui'dVlf-iIf- L irmi . 'K.'f1nrli'l . . Slmnmi' , Hmlnrilly 111i'lllln'ri MEMBERS -n1'f'.'-fm' U sv K, . - .....,,Mm,r xy. l "lX:.XYlk'i2x03I Nl 'S XM. i lllllwt Sjlrmg Swrimlvr Iivi ui Il Hnrnxx ,xiii . NlllBlRI Hui AKIIIUR Gui Il I4 ll An I IIUR Bi kxxwxl li . CWAKMUN BRANDON . . ,linux Riu . . . ,lm Bikmx . Du. ,lL'1,1.aN Munras Full '29 Slnlng '30 HUCliNN'.1ld,l'iX'CYOIl klctfrics, jack Kirschncr,.l.1ck P.lrsons, Jim Bill Pructt. Albert Rice, john Roth. Rrwbcrr Suurlurd, Bill Trcmbly, Aglb XVilliams, Nolan Brandon, Cnrmun Hnuicni.1n,,l.lCli Bumpns, Arlliur Adams. Sidnuy Arunnfl, Billy Burwnld. Artliur kjottlicli, Arlliur HumplnlI,l5urn.1rd Hcmplilll, Billy Hockwald, Iivcrutl liirsclmcr. .lack P1rsuns,,Iim Bill ilrcmblv. Agib Br.indnn, Carmun Bala, Nlcllwrt IAIIDS. In-l1m.1n Kendall. Roy Piper. Carroll Hllll'fbf.IllLl, Xvlllll.lf1l Black, Roy Stngm:r,lfr.1nk Munroc, Ruburl Funk, Iron Levi, Lliarlcs Stllnc, winlltcr XYrigl1l, Carl Prnclur. Rmlcrick fnjq irlljiril fm rlrffrur lfnlfllufv. QS ' . Q ejyjfjygr., v UW", 1 oresfvr' lI!?Nf?l'U82:9Kf" HiE?D ,E fell f xi 9 '-in .5 of IENIUIQ I'lI'y S. lv is 3 'EL all' HF' Fall St"HIl'5fC'V OFFICERS JACK JEFFERS . . Tft'XiliL'llf . EVERETT Hockw ALD . Via'-Pwsiderzl . EUGENE BROCK . . Secretary . . BERNARD HEMPHILL . . Treuszzrer . FRANR FRY . . . . Rvporfvr . . ANSON VAN SLYKE . Sergeant-af-iylrnzx . IAIENRY TSUKAHARA . . Supper fbairnmn . XV. H. BUTLER . . Sflousor . MEMBERS Adams, Sidney Berger, George Callahan, Jessie Chandler, Mack Cosnahan, H. M. Davis, Luther Fannin, XValter Freeman, Newton Fry, Frank ,- vu... 1-. ,r-,---,,, -....... i -Lil-E-fi. C1'Fellers, Lyle Hemphill, Bernard Hemphill, Billy Hilburn, Hayden Hilterbrand, William Hockwald, Everett Holiman, Reeder Holotik, Loddie Jeffers, Jack Jones, Stanley Knight, George McBrayer, Cecil McShan, jack Pederson, Harold Phipps, W. E. Pulis, Carl Sehnert, Lewis Copy reri Spring Semesfer BERNARD HPJIPHILL EVERETT HOCRWALD . FRANK SHIELDS . LYLE G,FEI.LERS HAYDEN HILBURN . STANLEY JONES . LODDIE HOLOTIK . W. H. BUTLER Shields, Frank Swayze, Fred Tillery, Leonard Timms, Lehman Trembly, Agib Tsukahara, Henry Van Slyke, Anson Zumwalt, Richard fied by W. H. 7311i1er. E-WIA' 1 - -"1 5 . ,:, 'mt.. v .L asm.. .ef eh, ,--jimi,-egjft,-I Ifull Sl'll1l'XfL'l' lin 1 x Hn lxli'IIH.l Rm l'll Climax . -Iol1N T. Xvllllll we ll. M. CQOSNAIIAN XV. ll. BUTI 1,1-1 Carr, W'illi.1m Cfusn.1l1.m, H. M. Curry, Ralph lfcc, I'l1A.1l1CiN Ifcnlcy, Albcrr lflnmlcrs, Xvalmslcy c,lCl'l'l1.ll'l y, If ugcnc 0 1,- l'.!Hl'4'sf4'r' MGHZWPF muon n -y UIAIJCQIQRS '1"rumlr11l l'fu'-'Pnamlrflt . jul IN . 511 l'4'f4l"Y . . 'T7'1'LlNIIlA'I lllllif MIZMISIZRS l l.msun, -loc S. lflumphill, Billy Ilillc1'b1'.1ml, Rubcrt Koolxcn, l,co lXl.ll1lUl1, ,Iqll0l11.l9 fXl.1rsl1.1ll. Paul X ,E .',:1,-- , ,gy my-+ R5 W SIWIIIIQ Swllwlur . l,.U'l'lIl ll Mulu'ln' 'I'.W11m-nm . Rum lu' I lll,1'111us1a.xNlm . ,VIIUNIA V, s NIANI-JN NN. Il.lSUHl11 Manmx, Norman Nlurplwx l.utl1cr Smclabrialgc, Claudc 'l4.1yl01', xxllllldlll XVitl1c:'s, klulm T. XVl'lgl1I,C. A. fyllflj' lL'Vlll1'm! by WI H. 'BI1l'lL'l'. N -V- I nfs ,x iwfau... X 'x .5 5 M HG- ,,'--..-V.-. 23 F ., xx! fi . f xi ix 'V figfkhl l Fall Smvlrxfrr EDNA HILLEX' . iNiAURlNlQ GORDON RUTH PLOPLES . ERNLSTINE SE.-XBOLT MILDRID DIXON JOYLIQ DAILEY . CMH: KINIZ DELRLR AIARY MANION . jovu DMLEY . MOzi1L,x VVRIGHT JOYLI D,xiLi1Y . THLLMA POTUR BERTHA JACKSON Brown. Jewel Cannon, Arline Clauneh, Grace Connor, Margaret Dailey, juyce Decker, Catherine Glakeler, Dorothy GIIQL V n!'v.sf4'r IQESEIQVES OFFICERS Prwin'4'r1l Vim'-'P rcsnlrzzl fonnvil Rep. . St'l'l't'1LlI'J' . T rrnxn rvr . 'Prugmm fbuirmmz Svrriu' fbu1r'1m111 Sufial flmlrluarz 'King flmirumri 'Pbom' fbairnnm . . . . 'Rrflorfrr' . . . . 'Par-liunzvufiariau STEVE LL SUEUR . Sponsor MRS. SAM CUTRONE MEMBERS Garten, Martha Gauge, Mabelle Hamlin, Louise Hilley,lidn.1 Hilley, Vullie Le Sueur, Steve Loranz, Lillian Morgan, Muzelle Muir. Helen Peoples, Ruth Putter, Thelma Dixon, Mildred Dyer, Elizabeth Fazzio, Gladys Freeland, Margaret Glaklcr, Helen Jeffries, Inez jenkins, Anna Lee -Iulms, Mary Aster johns, Erhel Spring Scmvslrr . EDNA HILLEY . JOYCE DAILEY . RUTH PEOPLES NlOZFLLA NVRIGHT . lNfiILDRED DIXON ERNESTINE SEABOLT . VOLLIE HILLLY . GRACE CLAUNCH EUZABETH KUHNIQI.L DOROTHY GLAKLER . HELEN MUIR . . Yvll Linder 'l7.-T. Ll. L-lilz'iu'r Kulinell, Elizabeth Ricker. Cleta Senbolt, Ernestine Seabolt, Lavelle Strange. Mary E. Wfriglit, Mozella fofrvy zrrifivif by Dluzvlla Wfriglvl. 21-fgjzgr-'fi-Y-' iff-1-.'I'fT'...':-"C...,"1'g".T-Q' 1. ,fx Wk-if ll r ' . !nl'r'sf4'1' 9 if . emu , 2721 A I I-1 LE I I me Full Term OFFICERS Spring Term GENEVILVE I.,AXY'RENCE . . 'Prvxitlwzl . . LILLIAN SQHWARTZ Louise MANUEL . . Viu'-'Pwsitlmzl . . CIiLIA BRAVEMAN ,IAUNITA KAY . . Svriwary . . LOUISE MfKNIJEL CELIA BRAVEMAN . 'Trcaizm'r . AIUANITA KAY LILLIAN SCHWARTZ . . . 'Reporter' . . FELICE NOX'lClI ADRIENNE MICHELSON . . fn-Sfmumrx . LOCILLE S1ac.iusT MEMBERS Beemnn, Ruth Hand, Lunette Mandel, Louise Shurett, Vilma Braveman, Celia Harris, Mary Martin, Gladys Sparks, Helen Cates, Evelyn Johnson, Elsie May Muir, Helen Sprelian, Vivian Cobler, Helen johnson, Lucile Novich, Felice Stephens, Nettie Donsky, Lottie Johnson, Mildred Posner, Dorothy Tyler, Mildred Felpie, Marie Kay, Juanita Recd, Pauline Weblw, Blanche Floyd, Evelyn Kay, Mable Renner, Ulys XVebb, Christine Fredorie. Feodore Kason, Johanna Rutenburg, Rose Witebsky, Ruth Gorham, Marjorie Laney, Ruth Schwartz, Lillian XVood, Bertha Verified by .fuzzixv Dluznftl 1 I' - n1'v.wIvr' DAIQE - TEACHEIQ IIUCIATIUN 'F'ri-.mlifrzf . . . Mus. Pmuv Lir-srrz Ifirxf Vim-'1'rvmlrf1t . . Mus. L. STIVNGI11 Srrnml Viri'-'Prviiilvlzl . - lX'lllS. ADA PoI.l.Alm Tfllril V1u'!I'r4'x1i11'l1l , MHS. H. A. THOMI-sox 'Rl-lm-.Img Si'r:'i'l.11'V1 , . Mus. R. I.. ClKANX'lLHlklI frinrvxlnrliliflrlg Si'f1'l'lilm . MRS. IQ, T. CIKOSSON 'Tmmirw' . . . . Mus. SAM P. Cuiuowr 'Pu1'lm11n'11l,1r1.111 . . , MRS. A. NV. BALI' - llllllfill' . . . Mus. H. Mfwill xt' '1,IIl7Iit'if.1 nf 'l'ri'u . Mus. H. L. LINDL1-Y 'I'ulfl1rily nf 'Pr-mi Mus. Louis GRILINBIRG Ilnlunilm . . . . Mins. Mixlu Ross Corelli 'Ti'lrjwlmm- filllllllliffll' . . . Mus. H. L. Comm R If we Want our Children to he sucessful in life, we must give them splendid health, sanity of vision, capacity for work, and a wholesome attitude toward life. Such work is true education, a p.u'tne1'ship of the home school, and community, a training not only of the mind, but of every activity of the child. In order to realize this ideal, we find that the school can not operate aloneq and to meet this need, no organization can function better than the Parent-Teacher Association. fojvy ivrifiril by Dim. 'Philip frfmlz. 1 1619? Ula" I!Ul'1',s fvl' The Forest Daria' Club OFFICERS 'President . . . . . . . DR. DAVID L. WORTSMAN First Vice-'Presirlwzf . . MR. CHARLES F. LILI-1 Seronrl Vive-TI'f'si4lr'I1f . . . MR. I. N. KAY Svrrvfary-Trvaszzrcr .... . MR. SAM P. CUTRONIQ The Forest Avenue High Dads' Club did not really get started this year until the second semester, but since that time it has been going good. The club has been work- ing with the City Commissioners in an effort to get trathc signals placed near Forest Avenue High School, is trying to get an Athletic Field for our school, and has been able to do some welfare work among needy boys of the school. Much of the credit for the achievements of the club may be attributed to the un- tiring efforts of Dr. David L. Wortsnaan, present president of the organization. Activities of the club include a free show and Fun Fest on Monday night, April 7th, in our school Auditorium, and, as a consequence, the dads hope that there will be more fathers interested in the club next year. They will give some sort of an entertainment for the cadets of Forest next june at Mineral Wells, and they hope to be able to donate one or more scholarships to Camp The following program was presented in the auditorium by the Dads' Club, April Dallas. 7th, Overture to Mireille Qounorl The Old Refrain . . Kreixlvr American Patrol . . . ZllllIl'l'llill Estrellita fLittle Starj . . 'Ponre By the Water of Minnetonka . . . . . . . . .L'ie11I'u11u' fRythmic Arrangementj Played by Forest High Orchestra BLUE BLAZE QUARTET Through the Courtesy of the Lone Star Gas Company. TRAVIS JOHNSTON . . Firsl Tenor R11GINALu ENNIS . . Second Tenor AIIRIMIE HODGES . . . 'Baritone . . . Bass XV. R. S'r15PHENs . MRS. TRAVIS JOHNSTON . Ulrronzpunisf Mystic Alan Wvitli Mtlgic Pack from Slavaclta Soft Shoe Dance by Mary Julia Dungan Rev. Earl NV. Cullum Sermon on "Book of Numbers" Pres. North Dallas I-Iigh Dads' Club Sunny Side Up by Ora Eloise Dugan High Frequency Electrical Demonstration of the Dallas Power 81 Light Com- pany conducted by Messrs. J. B. Bishop, R. H. McQuade and O. B. Ashmore Sim' Wrzlks of New York by Mary julia, Ora Eloise and J. R. Dungan, jr. . A U-.L-All 0 1E2E?E.'f1XL4:i1::q5.-,g,i-i-23' f.fwn:r+-fiexelef , f ' t ,, 1 ,. ww- - - . vrcv- 5 J x .Lv wif 35--A' .fn-f 1-gp - ff: LEE: TT :iff ' ggi ff Q ,Ei ia? A as "ff A Hi, '5 3 V N9 ,, , 2 Q ar A 31 e get M ami, e 'gg' 5- I k ' Q ai W r ' 1 irgfg ' 3, L -5712? , ':' f if 5 K gil X ff 52? fx Sit J Rik, h i 571 Efjfze' , ff 33552 -fr-N e 3 lf.-,A ji N gl' " ffif' X be h 5 mf Qfvwqgar a its 522 I-.Rf h S f 1.1. 3 ,T I ,V ii ., , in e ' - W f ll.1:,f-3.4 A' , , 2 E ffgu WL' nl g' ,xw'i' 5 5 - a a Q 72,,f- e fr Q he A y 1 . ,, .a ,. . f' 1 if :ff- at . " wi 1 -'M Q e -4, 'W ' ' i f '- , fr , -," "W, ffirff i"7ff"??fr5fff1'5 , W E ' X: Q ' , ' uf' l ' f" "" rV ' :Af N Q' J : Eff W -A-an , 1 f ' ,, 'S , 4 , lf-" ,.,.-4.,.effl-lfl if V315 ' "The light Ihat never was on sea or land, The consecration, and the s0Idier's dream." -WORDSWORTH. ATHLETICS gre t. ,4 W if E1 , .-1 , an G1 E I f. s +2 X za, x . ," - the -' .. Nmg, W' , ., M. I 137: fx I .i 5 Q' 5,5 , 3 .Fl , -x,.. '-f.'-, -In .4 V , . ,v ' .4 ., N . 'ia "1 t x 0 U Lv + - 'U 1 " ,ab -.4 0 -1- 1 - W 1 I , , ' I 4. , w 1 .Im I VP' i. J is ' N 1 1. V " ww. 4 'Fx . " I I .S - ,5 g"4eF 1 .uv . 5 xx 'Na L54-Qa,l V... 1 -irlf-,SQ ' A 4 QI ! 0 .uiw v x 5. 5 4 iiff l. ... A , A-N . ,P . 5 1 C --H. J , l 'Qty A 9 vu. , , "'. 0l'0.S'l6'l' Athletic Lefm'e1f.f Mr. Alfred J. Loos. head coach, is closing a decade of coaching at Forest. No school in the state has been more successful in athletics during these last ten years. As a man and as an athletic director, Mr. Loos is appreciated by the student body. Closely associated with Mr. Loos is Mr. Seldon S. Hutchinson, who came this year to Forest from the University of Missouri. He is assistant coach of football and basketball, and coach of track, we predict success for Mr. Hutchinson. Another of our coaches is Mr. W. F. Hunter, a hard worker with the tennis teams. Supporting and backing our athletic coaches is our genial manager, Mr. George C. Rorie, a man ready and willing at all times to do anything for the welfare of the school. The golf coach is Miss Rachel M. Foote. W'e are predicting rapid progress for the golf teams, judging from her past success as tennis coach. In co-operation with the faculty directors, Frank Terranella, Forest's greatest quarterback. coached the second team in football. Fay Lagow, football captain, the last of the Lagows. led his football team to the city championship and was placed by sport writers all over the state as all-state guard. He also made the basketball and track teams. Richard Allison, basketball captain and elongated center, lcd his team to a close second place in the city basketball scrambleg he was second high point man in the city. He also made the football and track teams. Stephen Guthrie, track. was the best all around track man in Forest this year and was an able captain. He will be back next year. IN THE PICTURES SELDON S. HUTCHINSON Aufkliu J. Loos RICHARD ALLISON FM' Laoow STl:PHIpN GUTHRIF " "1.'f"'1""'sf"'tT't"'7,1'rg,1'-r-"2'T-"t' ' 'V ' ' - ' Q' as -,pw-sr .sap ya-gfijy,-iq' 1 l Ig- . - 1 i .i Ii pi T Nw.illJI'l'Sf0l' Q. Revue of the Decade The records of the Forest Athletic teams in the City, District, :md State Contests for the past 'ten years are given in the following revue. The facts were furnished by Wylie A. Parker, A. J. Fooilmll Butler-ilwll Busrbrzll Trurk Tvnnix 15001111111 Basluftlmll B.m'ln1ll T,ALll-k. Tennix Fooflmll Buskcflmll Basvlmll Track Tennis Foolball Basketball Basuball Trufk Tv 71 nit Fuollmll Buskelbull Baseball Truck CITY Third Second First Second First fGirls' sin- gles-doublcsj Second Second First Second First Second Second Second First First 1Girls' sin- gles-doublesj Second Second Second Third First fGirls' sin- gles-doublesJ Ti: for First Third First Second Loos, and H. B. Yates from the yearbooks of former years. DISTRICT STATE CITY 1920-21 First Second Second First Second First 1921-22 Second First Second First fGirls' sin- gles-doublesl 1922-23 Firtt First lGirls' doublesj 1923-24 Fourth First QGirls' Doublesl 1924-25 Second Second lGirls' 'inglesb A. A. U. Champions Third A. A. U. Champions Second 1 l1v'l fDiscontinue-dj First Second First Second Tie for First Second Fourth First Second Fourth DISTRICT 1925-26 First Second 1926-27 Second First 1927-28 First First First 1928-29 Third 1929-30 ST ATE Second Mile relay first National meet First ,st S At Palestine . . . W0rtli.im Field, Ft. XVortli Nortli Dallas Field, Dallas Fair Park Stadium, Dallas Lee Stadium, Tulsa . . North Dallas Field, Dallas Highland Park Field, Dallas Fair Park Stadium, Dallas Fair Fark Stadium, Dallas Fair Park Stadium, Dallas Left tu right: Un' - lll'l'.Sl6'l' UUTBALL I' o re SCHEDULE . Sept. 21 Oct 5 Oct. ll . Oct. 18 . Oct. 26 . Nov. 1 Nov. S . Nov. li . Nov. Z2 . Nov. 29 Fore T.,.1 . Forest, ll-Palestine, 6 Forest, 19--Polytechnic, 7 st, 12-Wfuodrow Wfilmn, U Forest, U-Central High, 0 . Forest, 13-Tulsa, 6 Forebt, 6-North Dallas, 6 st, 27-Highland Park, I3 . Forest, 0-Sunset, 20 Forest, 15-Dallas Tecli., 0 Forest, 21-Oalt Cliff, 10 Flrxl Rule: Hutcliinson, Xvinlwurn, Price, Fry, Ianglei. Hilburn, Allison, Daruss, Duve, Toplcw, I,ooQ. Sl'l'0lltl Rilllf Munoz, Stone, Pruett, Gutlirie, Rice. Bale, Houmenian, Swift, Stone, Blair. 'Tl7ll'il 'Kuna Terranella, Redd, XVooda, MeCullougli, Lagow, Horton, Bramlon, Langston, htuer, - ., .:.:f..5r-h --. fojty zwifiml by Frank Fry. .1 . T ..: . :.225,g5?" m' 2:- f lr-3: I' 1.1152 .,T'i.5f.f -5:-'f "-,E-Sail?" :Lt L 'gg-.I-:." ' '.4r'f"fef::'+ ' -. U 1.4. E'-M I rarfggiw 1 ' QOL O A Vff9EfGm"T N Neil I h".f0I'eS12Q'j ici Al -Q A A 1 M A ' ' A In A l OLE L-, f I FAY LAGOW I Captain, Guard I f t 4 I 3 , t I I l LAWRENCE MCCULLOUGH I I I I 4 , - Quarterback 1 5 I 4 A I RICHARD ALLISON End H I MELBERT BALE f I Center W I I L GEORGE BLAIR I I Guard U li N A' I CARMON BRANDON P I F ullback t I L JAMES DAROss t L I Tackle I AVENT STEER I 1 . Halfback I lx ' I I WILLIAM SOUTHARD I My Guard W 1 Fl t MI JOHN RICE I Tackle W k ALBERT PRUETT t End k VERNON KAHI.ER T I rg l ' Halfback W1 ...LALO I I , Nllnj . V rn Y MLLAY Y , , .-.-,, ,WYE Y, ,L ,,,,,,,,,, , Il' -79"f?5'7"' . ,' 'e l I JACK HOUSEMAN End V A 1 W MERRILL MUNOZ W Guard ' W I CONRAD DUWE I Tackle WAYNE TUCKER End ELLSWORTH LANGSTON Quarferlrack ROBERT WOOD H al fback CHARLES TERRANELLA Quarterback I 4 BASS REDD ' Qzmrferbaclz T WALTER STONE 1 H 111 fbaclz W ' JACK TOPLETZ Fullbark FRANK FRY End STEVE GUTHRIE H al fback . T., .LLL A l fopy verifivd by Coavb Alfrcd Loos. 5 , I Ln, I V ,1- Ill Un' ' .lo1'v.Sfvr' Football Season FOREST, 0-PALESTINE, 6 Opening the '29 season, Coaches Loos and Hutchinson took the Lions to Palestine, where they met defeat on September 21. The Lions made twelve first downs, while the Wildcats failed to make any. In the last few minutes of play the Wildcats inter- cepted a pass and carried the ball to the three-yard line, where they made a touchdown on their last down. FOREST, I9-POLYTECHNIC, 7 October 5, the Lions entered their first district game of the Season, winning with a score of 19-7. McCullough was the most successful ball toter, making three touch- downs, while Brandon, Lion full, plunged over for an extra point. FOREST, I2-WOODROW WILSON, 0 The game with Woodrow Wilson was played on October ll. The first three quarters went scoreless, but in the last quarter Brandon carried the ball from the 50-yard line to the 8-yard line, where the Lions soon pushed over a touchdown on a Short pass from Terranella to Kahler. Upon recovering a fumbled punt on the Wild- cat'S 5-yard line, the Lions succeeded in a short pass from Terranella to McCullough, netting another Score. FOREST, 0-CENTRAL, 0 At Fair Park Stadium on October 18 the Forest and Central teams contested. In the first quarter the Panthers got the ball to the Lion's ten-yard line, but could not penetrate further. Later, the Lions did the same thing, but the Panthers punted out of danger and recovered the fumbled punt on the Lion's Seven-yard line, where they were held. In the fiinal stanza, McCullough carried the ball to the Centralites' five-yard line, where they lost a chance to score by receiving a penalty. FOREST, I3--TULSA, CKLA., 6 In the first night game ever played by any of the Dallas High Schools, the Lions defeated the Braves, Tulsa, to the tune of 13-6. Rapidly McCullough and his back- field "aces,' Started gaining ground and soon had the ball on Tulsa's fifteen-yard line, where they lost the ball on a fumble. In the second quarter McCullough scored on a pass from Brandon. FOREST, 6-NORTH DALLAS, 6 When the Lions met the Bulldogs in their own back yard on November l, they were handicapped by several crippled players resulting from the Tulsa game. The first quarter McCullough and his backfield men tallied, the Bulldogs coming back with their v il" ln."4'sfvr' aerial heaves and tying the count. Old Man Time ended the half just as the Lions reached the Bulldog's one-yard line, with three downs to go. In the last quarter the Lions scored on a long pass, but it did not count as the passer was too close to the line of scrimmage. FOREST, 27-HIGHLAND PARK, 13 On November 8 the Lions invaded Highland Park. During the first half both teams threatened to score, but failed in their attempts. In the last half McCullough made three touchdowns within seven minutes. Brandon, fullback, plunged over for the extra points. The Bagpipers tallied by their aerial attack, which ended the third quarter. "Scotty', received the kick-off and ran ninety yards for another touchdown. However, the Highlanders were still fighting: for within a few minutes Hart circled end and ran fifty-four yards for a touchdown, and Farmer kicked goal. FOREST, 0-SUNSET, 20 In the game played on October 15 between Forest and Sunset the Bisons got the breaks, but one has to hand it to them for playing heads-up football. Four times they blocked and recovered punts within the Lions' twenty-yard line, and three times they pushed the windbag over the chalk line, spelling defeat for Forest. The entire team played hard, clean football, but just could not stand the onrush of those Bisons. FOREST, 13-DALLAS TECH., 0 The Wolves put up a stubborn fight on November 22, but when they threatened to Score, our Lions started playing football. McCullough scored, after a long drive down the field. During the last half Brandon, catching a long pass from McCullough, ran thirty yards for a touchdown. McCullough kicked point goal, making the score thirteen to nothing for the southsiders. FOREST, 21-OAK CLIFF, 10 At Fair Park Stadium, November 29, the Leopards took the lead in the first quarter by kicking a field goal. Forest lost two wonderful chances to score by fumbles in the next two quarters. In the last quarter the Lions Started a drive of 80 yards, ending in a touchdown. McCullough kicked for extra point. Oak Cliff received the kick off and turned to their aerial attack, which ended when Kahler intercepted a pass in mid-field. Soon "Scotty" tallied seven more points, and the Leopards again tried their passing act. Allison ended this and carried the ball to the Hfteen-yard stripe, where Kahler carried it over and "Scotty" booted another goal. With less than a minute to play, a triple pass netted the Leopards a touchdown. Captain Erickson booted the extra point, ending a game in which the Lions proved their superiority by beating the Leopards twenty-one to ten and by winning the City Championship Crown. fopy Verified by Frank Fry. Forest Forest Forest Forest Un" Q lUI'U.S'rl'I' Secoml Team GAMES PLAYED . . 19 Plano . 6 Woodrow . . 7 Ferris . . . 12 Seagoville 1. Loddie Holotik 2. Roscoe Hendrix . REGULARS fCaptainj . . . 3. Fred Miltiner . . 18 . 0 . 0 .14 . . End Right Tackle Right Guard 4. Fred Glakener . Center 5. Jim Fitzger . Left Guard 6. Albert Cahn . Left Tackle 7. Frank Steen . . Left End 8. Brownie Maples . Fullback 9. Henry Landsburg . Right Half 10. Felix Domas ...... Left Half 11. Bernard Jordon ...... Quarterback SUBSTITUTES 1. Earnest Black 7. Albert Pruitt 2. Vincent Paternostro 8. Murrel Hendrix 3. Philip Stein 9. Stanford Clem 4. Newton Freeman 10. Frank Stover 5. Arthur Schwartz 11. XVilliam Calvit 6. Durward Brandon 12. John Davenport age 842' fra Ill Ill I v x . " xr, X .5 . .Wiz W J 15 I7 january 21 january 28 January 31 january January February February February February M. Bal 1 , Glmnl L. Hu1,oTHt, l"nr'u'l1rlf 10 13 18 February Z0 H.. f,f.l'5fl'I' BASKET BALL Forest, -Forest -Forest -Forest -Forest --Forest -Forest -Forest -Forest -Forest H. Hll BURN, Ifnrzcurll J. PI Rl sn IN, F1H'1lLll'xl AI. RUBIN, Fnruurtl F. Coram 1 , fI'11h'r U. SIUNI , Guuml s 1 - Q - 1 w SCHEDULE FIRST TEAM R. A1 1 IRON Teclmieal, 10 Oak Cliif, I9 W'ootlrow. ll Sunset, 55 North Dallas, Woodrow, 32 Sunset, 30 North Dallas, Technical. IS Oak Cliff, 9 13 1 la l.,u,oxx', f,u.ml lsdflfdlll, fwnztrr K. Honuw, lflmvl' H. Frm Ill .rxxm xc. lmr SECOND TEAM . SIONI, Guurtl XY. Rulxlxsox, Im 1 SH I R, Glmnl Ii. LaNc.sroN,ff11.n Tl RRANI 1 I fx, Gulml F. Bl ,xt vt, fuvltvl' '. NVINBURN, lfmml 1 llW'.llJI'l'Sfi'!' Basketball FOREST, 20-DALLAS TECH, 10 To start off the 1930 city cage series the Gig Green Wave of Forest High shot its way to a 20-10 victory over the Maroon Wolves of Dallas Tech. FOREST, l4-OAK CLIFF, 19 The second game of the city cage race saw the Forest Lions defeated by Oak Cliff, 19-14. Up to the third extra period the game was tied, but then the Leopards began their long shots. "Red" Kelsay sunk one from mid-court and soon followed with a crip shot, which absolutely killed the Lions, hope for victory. FOREST, 32-WOODROW WILSON, 11 Again the Lions turned in a one-sided victory in the city series cage race, by giving the Wfoodrow Wilson Wildcats a 32-11 drubbing on January 21. The XVilcats were only able to make one goal in the first quarter. FOREST, 32-SUNSET, 35 In a thrilling battle, staged january ZS, the Sunset Bisons managed to come from behind and nose out the Lions by the score of 35-32. Wfithin the first three minutes the Lions had a six-point lead. In the last quarter the Bisons rallied and, sinking shots from all corners of the court, hnally slipped into the lead. FOREST, 26-NORTH DALLAS, 13 By shooting goals from all angles of the Court, the Forest Lions walked away with a 26-13 decision over the North Dallas Bulldogs at Fair Park Automobile Build- ing, Friday afternoon, january 31. The first quarter ended 9-4 for the Lions. FOREST, 26-WOODROW WILSON, 32 The Woodrow Wilson quintet upset the Forest Lions in Cl well-played game, 32-26. Woodrow got away to an early lead, which bewildered the Lions. Holotik led the Lions with 15 points. FOREST, 27-SUNSET, 30 Forest and Sunset battled through a fast tussle, which the Bisons took by a strong Hnish, 30-27. Red Bale's mid-court shots kept the Lions in the running when points were needed. FOREsT, 26-NORTH DALLAS, 18 Forest turned in a city series game Tuesday, thrashing the North Dallas Bull- dogs till they yelped. The score was 26-18. FOREST, 40-DALLAS TECHNICAL, 18 Forest coasted to an easy 40-18 win over the lowly Dallas Tech. NVolves. Allison led the scorers with 18 points. Every Lion played well. FOREST, SITOAK CLIFF, 9 The Lions, still smarting from a defeat by the Leopards in the first half of the series, turned the tables by drubbing the Leopards to the tune of 31-9. Copy verified by 'Bobby Wood. Hi.- .Ul'4'N,4'l' "'-nn., flg, . -gif 4-S ' Q L- V1 I IQACIY if f V' li Practice for track was be'un at the close of the basketball season in the latter 31 part of February under Coach Seldon S. Hutchinson. There were only three letter men back: James Daross, Hola XVood, and Fay Lagow. A large squad reported for practice and Stephen Guthrie was elected captain. The team entered the Fort XVorth Meet and S. M. U. Relays as experience for the new men, In the City Meet the team scored l6'g points: Guthrie, first in the javelin, second in the discus: XVood, second in the lou hurdlesg XVinborn, third in the jayelinq Harwood tied for third in the pole vault: Lagow, fourth in the shot: Allison, fourth in the javelin. First and second place winners will enter the Di-strict and State Meets. Daross. who was disqualified in the City Meet, will be substituted in the District Meet. Some of the other promising candidates, all of whom will be back next year, are WHS- Clom and Kendall in 220 and 440, Stone in dashesg Fitzgerald in the mile, W'hite and i fs in ie ur es. B gg rl h dl Much credit is due Coach Hutchinson for developing So many new men in one year. XVith practically all of the point takers and prospects returning next year, the outlook for a winning team is good. Mr. Hutchinson plans on starting track at the close of the football season next year. fiuflj' l't'Vifi1'if ffj' fl. '13, lalfm. 'gf' gs .fs-sf. . A .V ' V N"'.'l0t'0.s'fi'1' q GULF February Z2 . Oak Cliff and March I . W'oodr0w and March 19 . Sunset and March 22 . Technical and March 29 . . Oak Cliff and April S , . . Nvooclrow and April 12 . North Dallas and April I9 . . . Sunset and April Zo . ............ Technical and The golf te. got .1 bad start by losing to Oak Cliff. Forest played W'oodrow Nvilson, Sunset. and Technical High Schools, respectively. Forest finished the First half of the c Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest North Dallas, ity series with eleven and one-half points won and eighteen and one-half points lost. ln the Second half of the city series, Forest has played Oak Clilf and NX'oodrow XY'ilson. Through Saturday, March 5, Forest has won seventeen points and lost twenty-five points. The golf team has hopes of finishing the season with equal number of points won and lost. This year the State High School Golf Tournament will be held in W'aco, May S and 65 and Charles DePoma will represent Forest. MEMBERS OF THE TEAM Frank Stagner, Capt. Frank Stagner Charles Depoma Rachel M. Foote, Coach Sam Kimmel Albert Pruitt Thomas Bailey Conrad Duwe Nvilonsco Miltner Copy wrijird by Dlirs 'Rarbel DI. Fools. 1-4 flx ll . ". 0!'a's'fw' TENN S SCHEDULE 1-. ,X Bo-yx' Singfvs Girlx' Siulqfux Forest-Sunset .... 2-6:7-9 Forest-Sunset .... . l-6:2 Forest-Wilson . . l-6:1-6 Forest-Wilson . . 6-1:10 Forest-N. Dallas . O-6:2-6 Forest-N. Dallas . . 0-6:0 Forest-Oak Cliff . . 0-6:1-6 Forest-Oak Cliff . . . 6-4:6 Forest-Tech .... 6-3 :6-3 Forest-Tech ...... 6-1 :6 Buys' Daulrfvx Girli' Dunblvx Forest-Sunset .... 3-6:0-6 Forest-Sunset . . . . 1-6:2 Forest-Wfilson . . 3-6:8-6 lforcst-XX'ils0n . . 6-2:6 Forest-N. Dallas . 7-5:6-0 Forest-N. Dallas . . 4-6:2 Forest-Oak Cliff . 1-6:3-6 Forcwt-Oak Cliff . . . l-6:0 Forest-Tech . . 6-2:6-0 Forest-Tech . . . 6-4:0-6:6 TEAMS Bows KilKLS Slrlgfiw SIVIAQIUK Earl Summits Hyman Grms Helen Felton Mulclln braharn Dmzlffux Donlvlrx Nathan Leun Abner Arnnofl Grace Singleton Claire McCoy Aloe Pcrlstcnn jake Lichtenstein fupy 1'z'rifi4'Jl1-y W'. F. Hmm: 4 X'-1 ,. 11 .- L. 4 7 s . X4 " K R! 4 4 .44-sw. 'g 'yrfgigef- 4 - ., ,ff ' -1 J . 1 ,. v.. 5 .- 4, K... W 44 . 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The Eorester. an annual publication. is one of the three magazines that the student body publishes. lt is edited by members of the Senior Class. with the aid or under- classmen representatives: and it contains a complete record of the school es ents of the year. A monthly record of activities and achievements in the school is given in the Eorest Echo. which is published every' six weeks. This magazine. sold for the price of twenty-tive cents. includes stories. poems. editorials. personals. and all other forms of literary work. Under the guidance of Xliss Uletize D. Pringle. the new journalism teacher at Eorest. the Echo has made much progress during the year 1931'. and hopes to win nrst place in the literary contest conducted bi' the Texas High School Press Association. of which the Echo is a member. The Easter. Commencement. and Fall issues of the 19541 magazine will be entered in the contest. Quite different from either the Eorester or the Echo Qs the Senior Publication. edited in January and June by the graduating classes. lt contains the vxzll of the Senior Class. prophecy. and song. as well as bits of gossip concerning members of the class. Those contributing to the yearbook whose pictures are shown below are as follows: H. B. Yaris RL TH ST. Imax ,lt-si-it i Ruix liilcl x Stas Xkktris. H.--fx .14-iii? D h ,-ry? r k ll -' ". nrvslvr E F IQEITEIQ HELEN STAR Ezfifrlr josHu,x IQAHN XVALTER HOSEK Bnxirzrxx Manager Art Editor FRANQLS REDDING EvELx'N NXVORTSMAN Axsl. Etlilor Axsl. Bu.iim:xx Mgr. Axxl. Aff lithfnrx Christelle Bruck Muguerite Rosenlield S1Ill17Yl7UfX Gertrude Sachs Clubs and Dvjmrlrm AnnielPl1.ires Margaret Brin Anna Pomerantz 'nli FCLIIIITL' W'r'il1'r Dorothy Rosenbaum Alllffslfjf Humor John Rice Kathleen Price Sovml Dvpfzrllrlrlli Marie Matrox Melbert Bale Bernard Hemphill SPONSORS Iizrlrlly Eilifur Farnlfy BIIAIIIUM Mumzgrr Ruth St. john H. B, Yates BUSINESS STAFF ,-M11 rrflxlng Offin' I"0rz'c' Louiac Funky Phyllig Cox Mary jane Snyder Lois Allen Mildred Carr Olelle Ramey Funk Shields Typiils ,luhn Rice Marguerite Tobnlowsky Evelyn Whxllace lirnestine Seabnlr ,lim Hill Parsons Irvin Ynnack Nlzxriorie Novieh NVilln May Millsap Henry Miller Ethel Lu Murry Xvillie Xvaldnun , ll "1 o1'vsf4'r IQEIT ECHD .Lilac Lichtenstein Axxixhllll ljififnr I.Ifl'l'illvj' CiL'l'll'LldC Snulia Frnnccx Lovin KI. L. Cylcasnii Uorntliy Ru-cnbaum SVIVIIK r Cul Xvriglil G yan lfdna Hillcy Frances Malone Wk CX Yi' Sfmfl lflrlif Anna Pnm.lr.1nlI C.1rmnn Brnmlnn jane Morris Edilor Mum' Blllic Arnnutf Puff: ii' I' vcls n XYVUFINIILIII Allrlrllm Bobby Xvuunl Cluln Lu Fan Patrick 1111 mu r Hwcl Clmncy Mclbcrt Bale Claire McCoy Clilu ,'hi0L'hIlU Mary Manion Jctlic IJ. Pringle IIA ' zrnllri Sjmzimr All Maggie Overton ,M llzlllm M.lrg.xrcl Cunnur Rutli Nmicli ixllllI'iI7X ,lack YXlcSli.in Agils 'lvI'4.'Il1hlV l'i'1'wfli1fx Dnrmliy Paiidrcs 5.ll'.ll! lhrt lfxi fmrllqi' Mary -Iam: Snydur Luis Allen fnjiy zurlfivil fu limi' Dlrnrfx ll -' ". nl'v.sff'r Ami After All In compiling this, the 1930 yearbook of Forest Avenue High School, we have tried to present not only an accurate record of the school activities of this year but also an accurate account of the progress. of light through the ages. just as we, who are Seniors, were forced to pass through the refining stages of Freshman, Sophomore, and, Junior-ship, just so did light develop from the crude torch to the highly developed stage of electricity. Back in the days of the caveman the burning of timber gave the only light. Then as time moved on, man found that certain resins or gums from trees would burn with a bright flame and would last longer than wood alone, so twigs were dipped into melted resins, and thus torches came into use. While this was indeed an improvement, man was still not satisfied, and soon candles and oil-lamps were in- vented. Later on, stone, clay, iron, and bronze lamps were made, but they were all merely open receptacles to hold a little oil, on which floated a rude wick supported by a spout. Yet all the while that men were suffering the handicaps of the miserable little oil lamps, gas was to be had, if the people had but known how to develop it. Williani Murdock was the discoverer of gas, and the year in which the first house was lighted by gas was either 1794 or 1795. The first American to light his house by gas was David Mellville of Newport, Rhode lsland. Baltimore was lighted in 1817, and Glas- gow in the same year. Liverpool and Dublin were lighted in 1818, and other towns, both big and little, soon followed. Murdock made no profit out of his discovery, but he will always be regarded as one of the most skillful of men, and he was as modest as he was clever. From his day on, improvements have been made in gas lighting, and today the incandescent gas light gives forth a blaze equivalent to the blaze of nearly three hundred candles. However, electric light has practically taken the place of gas, which discovery we owe to Sir Humphry Davy, who began his career as a poor apprentice to a country chemist, but who became the most eminent scientist of his day. Many men have helped to bring electricity to its present state of usefulness, but no one has added as much to its improvement as Thomas A. Edison. Born in 1847, Edison started life as a poor newspaper boy, but by hard work, courage, and perseverance he has gained for himself the title of the foremost American inventor. It is in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of his incandescent light that we have chosen this subject as the theme of our books, and it is our hope that the memory of his excellent work will prove an inspiration to all who glance through this book. --'PHE EDITOR. eeping Up wiflz Busy Dallas . A ,V Y A .- ' ,l T 5 E b if gff it ,1 A aj . b 'I , ,T Ld , g,,i g.,,, F: 4: Lx. : I-Az E - - A , f D: sv Ki i xv. h::?g,f gi' x ' 4 " ff f m'--J TRN , 221 1 , OW Advertisers We are indebted to the following firms and business men of Dallas for their financial support of this, the Nineteen-Thirty Forester. Let us show our appreciation by our patronage. American Beauty Cover Co. Brown Cracker and Candy Co. SYNDICATE ADVERTISERS E. M. Kahn Marsh-Marley Cnrroll's Coca-Cola Dairyland Products Dallas Gas Co. Dallas Morning News. Donnell's Ice Cream Co. W. A. Green Co. Hoover Lehman Metropolitan Business College R. W. Moss Sanger Bros. Tennessee Dairies Titche-Goettinger Van XVinklels Wilkinson Printing Co. Allen's Pharmacy American Barber Shop L. G. Balfour Co. Barish and Webberman Benning and Benning Burgher Lumber Co. Tommy Chambers Colonial Cleaners Colonial Pharmacy Community Barber Shop Dal-Sec Theatre Dempsey and Parker Edgewood Pharmacy S. L. Ewing Co. Forest Ave. Barber Shop Forest Ave. Pharmacy Forest Hi Drug Store Forest Theater LOCAL ADVERTISERS Leon Frankel G.1rrett's Beauty Shop Hall-Gentry The Happy Shop A. Harris Co. Wm. C. Hiegert Fred L. Hirsch Everett Hockwald Hurst Cafe King Scenic Co. Lamar and Whitmore Ruth Laird LaBruzzo Grocery Henry S. Miller Morris Men's Wear N0rton's Dry Cleaning Olympia Candy Co. Oriental Laundry Co. David F. Parker Chas. F. Potter Red Goose Store Republic National Bank Reynolds Penland Ritz Theater Rosenbaum Bros. Ben H. Rosenthal Rudolph's Market St. George Hotel Schmaizreid Book Shop Harry Sigel Skillern'S Harry M. Smith S. W. Cap and Gown C Standard Tilton Victory Wilson Williams Printery -.-.-5 ,VL-T n J. . ,. , HJ ' ,, . ee -J-serie s reflex 'if .- , .v fr- l AT 1 Z-,g qlvy l' - AQAMQTT-Bl J he ' page H :ek - at fl ,, ' gf l l E15 iffy' 7 gggiia-9?:K g 555 54:15 132' F71 at sfiiilfinn i 'fl 5'5 1 :l555E'Sizf:I55"" Fgyif'-Izff ipirsslfwgbm-r5.5 H 5 E HY Timi- 53i'E'g A55 ff if ' lff?Sa5ifE6f!fQ3g1?1 'FQFLPV 9 1 A EW Store-Yes! And TOUR Store More Than Ever Before! ongratulations to those whose last year this is and may you prosper and be happy! Titche- Goettinger Co. also wishes to thank you for your past patronage and solicits your future pat- ronage as you go on ahead in school or business. This store has been your Parents store ahead of you and you will not be unwise in your choice if you make it YOURS in the future. The season is at its height and you will find our stocks replete with new fashionable Spring merchandise priced to fit any allowance. 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THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP AFTER ALL o 0.0 Cbzzirylzmzz' Tbc' IMPROVED ICE CREAM and MILK Tleasc Jblwzfion HJC FORESTER Wbfll Yjlllllbllilillg Om' Qlzfz'v:'l1scrx A LATIN ROMANCE elllsiillllllf iflligfum D 0 N N E LI., S Girlabus likibus XVants sonieorum, Deljlxe Peter Puellibus Enter Parlorum Kicks Pueribus Exibus dorum. Ngghtibus dm-kibus T110 Arisfof'n1l of Im' C1'FLlIIl I-Iomus lamporum, Climibus feneibus - Brcechibus torum-,1 727 West Davis 6-8197 Compliments of 'Q , 'vacuum I nerve' Phone 7-1022 ll- SON 1717 Wood sf. weseu. vue wselve PRINTING H SEHVICI E K3 CCG? RELIABLE AND DEPENDABLE S the years go by, this annual will bring back memories of these happy school days! We are glad to contribute this small space to help you in publishing it. Nou' at 1016-18 Elm Street W. A. CO. GOLD SEAL R' O' T' C' HEADQUARTERS Dallas' Fines! ?asfv111'i:m1 RIDING OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT CLOTHING IL K Q p l , TENNESSEE DAIRIES, INC. MIUTART, E,Qu:,MENT Q PIWUUC 7-6526 :os N. AKARD STREET fPlcasc :,rUIC'I1fi0ll tba FORESTER Wbczz ijntrovziziug Our wldvertisers The mime that stands fur em-ellen:-e and lender- l ship in the liusiness 'ollm-ue fie-lil. The superior merits ol' the MIi'l'Il0I'0LI'l'AN :ire fully :itlestenl by its sezisuneml rem-nril of kt! YEARS in training: young' men :intl women fur business sin-1-1-ss. Under the constant iiersonzil nizinmgs-merit nt' A. llnulzinxl sin:-v IREM. A nit-inlwi' of the National Assm-iatnm nl' A1-4-militetl Coninierviail Sc-huols. Alile fzivultyg stzinslnrcl 1-nurses: sound business niethuds: strong filizim-iul but-liinu: thouszinils nf siii-vessliiil ifiuulimtesg gguuil ieputzitinii :inning business men, who will on us :xlmust daily for lionlilxeeliers :intl sh-iiugi':iiihei's. It always pays to attend :in established, reliable. pi'uu'ressive, influential school, For full informzitinn, write, i-:ill or phone LZ-25525-t. Metropolitan Business College nAi.1.As. mms XVhcn YOU are the Editor or Manager of Your Schools Annual .... TIll'. AiuI51uc.AN lieixtvrv Covi-R Coxiimrszx' with its many years of experience, will hu glad to help you plan J cuter that will be striking in .xp- pc.1r.1ucc .ind econunical in cfm. You lmn: only In .tsl-t fur tliii serxictgit is free .md places you under nu obligation. ANll1lllCAN BEAUTY .COVER CO. 1902 Orange St. DALLAS Hart Schaffner 82 Marx Clothes I II Qfilzibwzfiz' Sfylvs For High School Jllwz At Our New Store HOO ER-LEHMAN CO. MAIN AT FIELD KAH -ATTIRED YOUNG ME No amount of clothes make success! Paracloxical, however, successful young men are usually well attireclg many are Kahn4Attired! E. M. KAI-IN 84 CQ. CSince 18731 Main and Elm af Lunmr If I. A. C. Training in Business Science is worth 540,000 In one cuinpnny, clon't you think it worth careful investigation by you-? REALTOR International Accountants Society, SALES N LOANS Incorporated R. W. MOSS, Dist. Manager Phone 2-7728 DALLAS Republic Bank Bldg. TITXAS Otlice Phone 2-1-SSI Rcsidum Phone 4-4973 501-6 Linz Bldg. D.ill.1s, Texas Tlensc' Jhirulion fbc FORESTER Wfben Pafrouizing Our c,1dz'arfisi'r's BROWN'S QualityCandies mm' Cookies -furnish the proper vita- mins and energy for strength and healtlig and SCHOOL DAYS will be happier and healthier if you give them our Candies with their lunch. BROWN CRACRER 85 CANDY COMPANY 'Dilllax' .L'r1r'gi'xl IlItl1lSfl'-1' Tf'ac'fJ0r: "Concrete is that which can be seen, abstract is that which cannot be seen. Now give me an example of con- cretef, Sid Adarrzsz "My knickers." Trzzcbrr: "Good, now give me an example of abstract." Sid A.: "Yours" Xve Solicit DiHiculI Pleating and Fancy Dresses NortOn's Dry Cleaning Co. "A mr fifi r r Yozfll rrfrrff Phone 4-3 317 Corner Ervay and Grand UNIFORMS A SPECIALTY C0lIILf7lillIl'lIf5 of Rosenbaum Brothers Qwlvnil D-lgwzix of Pacific Mutual Life Insurance CO. American Barber 86 Beauty Shop PERMANENT WAVE 53.00 AND UP A11 Rarrar of Barber and Beauty W'Ork 1821 Second Ave. SID FENDLEY, Trop. FOIIIIIIIIIIIVUS of RED GOOSE STORE "W'bvri' flu' goose bangs high" 1923 Second Ave. DAL-SEC THEATRE 1900 Second Avenue NVQ-stern Electric Talking Equipment Carrier Air-Nvasher Cooling System and Good PictureshXVhat is better? 4-0076 4-1729 Complinzenfs of FOREST HI BARRISH SL WEBBERMAN DRUG STORE PRODUCE CO. 3101 Forest Ave. FRED PRIBBLE, Ti-opricfor fourfrsy zcifb II Smile QUICK DELIVERY CURB SERVICE THE VISUAL EQUIPMENT used in this school was supplied and installed by DAVID F. PARKER The Educational Equipment Co. 1913-A Commerce St. Telephone 7-6'72 Tlcasv QBIFIIUOIZ the FORESTER When Tatronizing Our Uldvertisers .Q Q. Qbrzlfour Qompmzy JEWELERS In addition to our specialized lines of frater- nity, school, and college emblems, we offer a complete jewelry service. Official Iezuelers fo fbe Senior flaxsvs of Forest' QJIVFIIIII' High Svbool DALLAS RETAIL STORE 211 North St. Paul Street l'0n1plin1c'111's of TOMMY CHAMBERS We Furnish the Dallas Public Schools f2ll4lllfj'fSi'V1l isi' -'Pm r BEN H. ROSENTHAL , V'I'IOLESALIi INIPATS Sl PROVISIONS 1917 N. Houston St. - 2-777lg or 2-777 Exquisite New Furniture Rugs and Gas Ranges Wm. C. Hiegert at Factory Prices Flcniisf WHOLESALE RESIDENCE Flowers for All Occasions 2513 Forgst Avenue 2712-24 Forest Ave. Phone 4-2541 fonzplinzenis of For OLYMPIA CANDY CQ- Booiis OF ALL PUBLISHERS funn' fo Corner Elm and St. Paul Sts. Good 'Prinfing since 1909 WILLIAMS PRINTERY Particular Printers Telephone 3-1654 "Thr SOIUZTIS .f41!'.QL'Sf 'Book Slori"' METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE LAMAR 8: XVHITMORE, Mlgfs. We Can Serve You Better 1308 Commerce St.-af Field St. Please Dleniion the FORESTER Wfbwz 'Palronizing Our s,1dz'z'rfisvrs RUTH LAIRD DANCE SCHOOL SPECIAL CLASSES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN TAP AND MUSICAL COMEDY DANCING 1621 Elm Street Phone 2-1745 fonzplinzmzfs 0f Oriental Laundry Co. 1720 Wood Street Phone 7-6504 KING STUDIOS, INC. COMPLETE STAGE EQUIPMENT, DRAPERIES, DECoRAT1oNS ACOUSTICAL CORRECTION Office Display Rooms 309 S. Harwood St. Studio and Factory 2545 Elm St. Tlmsc' 1J0IL'l1fi0l1 the FORESTER When Tulronizing Om' Qfldverfisers STORE whose whole business is to sell men as good Clothes as they can find - - - at prices 355.00 to 5515.00 lower. Zefmy Ujilron 1NooRPoRATEn GUARANTEED CLOTHES JAS. K. wirsom, Prev, A. H. PATTERSON, Mg.-. Second Floor Marvin Building-Main and Akard o of Clzarlvx L.: "All my girl w.1nts to do is dance md eat." Adrian F.: "She must have the foot and mouth disease." "What are you doing to your father's head?" Evelyn W.: "I'm merely painting a spider's web on it, ma, to keep off the flieaf' Mary P.: "Would you put yourself out for me?" Simi fl.: "Certainly I would." M. P.: "Please do, it's after twelve, and I'm .iwfully sleepyf' Mr. Looxz "When you jumped over that fence you showed your agility!" john R.: "I told mama to sew up my pants." SOUTHWESTERN CAP 84 GOWN CO. FIll'l1i5!JilIg Qrmlzmiimz U uiforms I0 THE SENIOR CLASS OF FOREST HIGH SCHOOL .Sui U1 Dallas Ifzsfilufion Tlcuse Dlcfnfion ilu' FORESTER WIJCII Tafrouizing Our Qfldrvrlisers QSzfz'!!tfIno1f!zer Qjear-J T has been a pleasure to make all the photographs appearing in this issue of the Forester. Our association with the faculty, stu- dents, and Forester Staff, has been most pleasant. HALL - GENTRY STUD1os 16195 ELM STREET Tlease Jlleniion ibe FORESTER W7ben Tatronizing Our vidvertisers Compliments of HARRY SIGEL fomplimcnfs of FRED L. HIRSCI-I Spvviul Q,-lgent of PACIFIC MUTUAL LII-'E INSURANCE Co. fomplimezzfs of RITZ THEATER SCHMALZRIED BOOK SHOP Old, Rare and New Books School Books and Supplies Magazines a n d Greetings 911 Main St. Phone 2-8614 Complinzenfs of CHAS. F. POTTER Complinzenfs of BURGHER LUMBER CO. 1214 S. Haskell COLONIAL PHARMACY Your 'Docfor ix our 'Reference Service that is Appreciated Phones 4-5l4lg 4-5142--Forest at Colonial PERSONAL SERVICE COLONIAL CLEANERS "eds Good ax the 'Bvxf' WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER Phone 4-7080 3011 Colonial Ave. Forest Barber 85 Beauty Shop Permanent Waving Marcelling Finger Waving 2530 Forest Ave. Phone 4-0179 fomplinzenfs of THE HAPPY SHOP HURST'S CAFE 832 Exposition "House of Qualify" NATHAN HURST, OWNER ALLEN,S PHARMACY Trrsrriplion Spevialisfs REGISTERED DRUGGIST PURITY -- RESPONSIBILITY -- SERVICE Peak and Parry 3-9556g 3-0054 S. L. Ewing Company In Dallas Since 1902 1606 Commerce St. .. iii A - " TYPEWRITERS BUY, SELL, RENT, AND REPAIR ALL MAKES Telephone 2 - 3 02 6 Complimwzis of Morris Men'J Wear 1616 Main Please Qfblenlion the FORESTLR XVIJM Tatronizing Our eddverlisrrs FOREST THEATRE-A GOOD PLACE TO GO PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS SEE GARRETT'S BEAUTY SHOP For Real Permanent Waves at 53.95 A. HARRIS 86 CO. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR h Complete i -JQ"Q ' - 1902 Second Ave. Phone 4-0142 373' if Nj! 'TALK TO ME" BENNING AND BENN1NG Repairing, Estimates. Gas Fitting and FOOTWEAR IN DALLAS Hetltin g 3650 to S1000 S16-18 E pofition Ave. Phones 3-llllg 4 2131 Conzplinzmzis of . D 86 P Fr1edman's Edgewood Pharmacy EMPSEY ARKER Corner S. Harwood and Grand 4.7113 ATTORNEYS AT LAXV "W'l1r1'r Sonfb 'Dallas 'Tl'tIt1Il'X" Fidelity Union Bldg. 1-IENRY 5. MILLER Phone 2,1683 Rvnlfor EARL E. PARKER FRANK L. DEMPSEY PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS t. George Hotel and Annex CHARLES HODGES, Troprieior European Plan DALLAS, TEXAS Tlcasc fblenfion the FORESTER When Pafronizing Our QArl1'v1'tisers FOREST THEATRE-A GOGD PL ACIQ T0 GO Head of the house in lngry tones: "XX'ho told you to put that paper on the wall?" Dl't'!I1'i!fUl'1 "Your wife. sir." Hnxlmml: "Pretty, ian't it?" A hen is the only living thing that can sit still and produce dividends. AI. L. LABRUZZO - X Grocery, Market 4011 SO. Fitzhugh 4-6538 W 'J A 5' 1524-1526 A1AlN,END OF srom: follzplizzlwzfs of EVERETT HOCKXWALD N? Dallas' Own Clothing Store for Sclwol mul College Men Q14 Good fgface' for CU our Qjcwifzgs lo Qrow . . We Pay 4 Per Cent on Savings Accounts REPUBLIC NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Phone 4-0251 3657 Colonial Community Barber 85 Beauty Shop All Kinds Of Beauty and Barber Work XVM. TINDII L AUA HULSI-KY FOREST AVENUE Pl-IARINIACY f-UIlVf1'11', Srizltw. 111111 - ljvlmu lillllllll LI. E. B1:NTl,1-N, 'Prupriulm' May XVe Serve You? liorezt .Ind O.1kl.1nd Ave. Phones -1-S1711 4-1 172 77767266272 may Gflomf e7DIa111zfm'f11rea' by STANARD TILTON MILLING CO. Yjlcase Jlwlliolz the FORESTER Wfbwz Talrouizing Our O1alu'rlisw's When Yozfre Tired and Tl1z'r5lyf.' --go to Skillerns' for a Double Rich Chocolate Soda. Deliciously rich and full of that mild bittersweet tang, they never fail to pick you up. Try one today at any "Mother," cried little Mary, as she rushed into the farm house they were visiting, "Johnny wants the Listerine. He's caught the cutest little black and white animal, and he thinks its got halitosisf' 35 S9 IP 2? "I hear that jones left everything he had to an orphan asylum!" "Is that so? What did he leave?" "Twelve childrenf' PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS "Hello, is this the Home for Wayward Girls?" "Yes.U "And do you save naughty girls?" "Yes." "Well, save me one for tomorrow night." Lady fAt Times Squarel: "Boy, how do I get to Washington Square? Urrbin: "Aw, get the "L" downtown." Lady Qhastily retreatingj: "Brad" Buy Rudolph's Fresh Meats and Sausages RUDoLPH's MARKET ANTON PAVELKA, PROP. 2924 Elm Street Telephone 7-1874 Tlease Jbfenfion the FORESTER When fljatronizing Our vidvertisers ENGRAVING i Ml ' 1, l l Xl? Nthe embodiment of skill and handiwork, demands a care, a faith and a hope that can only be acquired through inherent ability, a desire-tofdo and a time-proven experience. All of these requirements of craftsmanship give vivid proof of their existence in the craftsmen of the Cyfouse of Zcese by the superiority and individu- ality of the finished product. fx fx fx fx. A.ZEEsE ENGRAVING Co School :lnfzuaf ?Il'flfi'fS'16iIyl0VFl6' Dallas,Texas 1 lease Jhfcnlion the FORESTER Wbrfz Tafrouiziwzg Our Q,1d1'v f ESE Ljufograpbf Tlcase QJUICIZUOII the FORESTER Wbcn fPll1fT07ZiZi71g Our wldvertisers ' f 1. .3,"js,,? ,fm . ,---37' I ,. W ,fv ' Ml I A . 1 V , U' JN T4 N"6'LQN?fi!?" 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