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

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FOREST AVE Egffgj HIGH S Oo A f mixxj N DALLAS, TEXAS DEDICATIGN MISS RUTH BARHAM WJQJEQR. wi Y L DEDICATICN Becduse she hds dukjed us wHh kHmHy undenmdndhul hds Q9GdKXj LB bytMH'peme otnund dnd mint cmd hds mdde our troubles lighter by the spdrkle et her Wit, We dedicdte the FORESTER to MISS RUTH BARHAM FGREWORD li as you turn the paaes this year, next year, or twenty years from now, you call to mind this person, that touchdown, that dance, that sprina day you were cauaht dozina in class, that fire drill, that assembly, that lona stretch in 202, that tamous paddle, that day in the labora- tory or in the annual oliice-it these and other memories are cauaht and held tor you on its paaes, then the Forester will have justitied its existence. ORDER OF BOOKS ADMHMSTRATKNQ CLASSES 4 MHJTARY ATHLHUCS ACTTVHTES FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS Row l. Z. Row 1 , 2. 3. Row l . 2. 3. 4. Row l. 2. One Could it be the Fortzsran that you smile, Miss Clark? Mr. Keelinq, wondering how 1 members of the track team qo tion cards today. Two makes many deten Miss Thatcher merrily returning fron a bicycle ride. Miss Segrist, one of Forest's rooters. Here is Mr. Boulton in a cage. only the tennis court.l Note the Three Mr. Parkerethe twelfth man football team! loya tit ii derby on the What happened to your bicycle, Mrs Brown? Mr. Ford and Miss Parker, the fire ones out of the building that day. You would think no one was absen by the smile on Miss Overbeck's face Four Do they know their Spanish, Mis Wickham? Miss Barham and Miss Wickham hav ing a friendly little chat. UWGJ21 I 'VX My or lo'lI"'lf I f X 1 X l 4 QQ if WYLIE A. PARKER t mst OUR PRINCIPHL Page T211 As principal ot this school Wylie A. Parker's unusual personality has been instrumental in making Forest what it is today. Nothing is too trivial to receive his attention, no task is too large for him to undertake. Pupils and teachers think of him not as a superior, but as a friend. Mr. Parker's homely philosophies on lite have been an inspiration to students throughout the years. Courteous, gentle, unseltish and sympathetic-it is small Wonder that Wylie A. Parker is loved by all. Mr. Parker began his higher education at the Summer Hill Select School in Smith County, Texas. From there he entered Baylor University, Where he specialized in science, mathe- matics, and languages. Among the languages he studied were Latin, Greek, and German. Having been graduated, Mr. Parker entered the newspaper field. He became managing editor of the Lindale Reporter, and later held this same position on the Plainview News. Later Mr. Parker worked in a bank in Hillsboro. His great interest in banking is evident, for he has done much to improve the banking system at Forest. During his spare time our principal finds relaxation in playing golf. He is an ardent foot- ball fan. The Forest Lions always count him their staunch supporter. Probably the greatest interest Mr. Parker has is in the Texas Week Movement. Everyone is familiar with his part in originating Texas Week. At present he is writing a thesis on "The Historical Development of Texas Week." When this project is completed, it will probably be published in book form. Mr. Parker has many definite philosophies of life. He believes that an individual should select several fundamental principles as "anchors" and adhere to them. As his "anchors" Mr. Parker selects five "I's": intelligence, information, initiative, imagination, and industry. Mr. Parker sometimes compares life to a basketball game. On his team he chooses Honesty and Truthfulness in the forward positions. As center, Dependability makes the best player. The Guards in this game are lndustry and Determination. Clear Conscience is always the referee and God is the umpire. Mr. Parker believes that with this team the game of life can always be a successful and a worthwhile one. Our principal offers a challenge to each student to overcome obstacles and make his life worthwhile. He has done this by making his habits and Ways of living such that they will serve as an example to his students. He has never said or done anything which would serve to disillusion those who try to pattern themselves after him. Mr. Parker is always ready to fight for a friend or a principle. He claims that his habit of punctuality, more than anything else, has been helpful in gaining success. When he started to college, he had forty dollars in his pocket. Through sheer strength of character he was able to secure an education for himself. Isn't the portrait of such a man enough to inspire the youth of today? Page Eleven WHAT IS YOUR LIFE WORTH? What is your life worth? . . . This is a good inquiry for you to make into your life, in fact, it will be well for you to ask and answer this question each day of your life. Within yourself, you must remember, you have a world to discover, to explore, and to conquer. This is no easy undertaking, for just as the shifting sheen of the sky hides the stars from instant view, even so the true treasure of your life may be concealed from you at first. You should not forget that depth is the source and secret of life, and that strength and stability are attained by searching beneath the surface. You must remember, also, that your real self is not on the outside, but within your heart, that any permanent progress must radiate from the center toward the circumference of your life. You are not rated by what is on you, or around you, or in your material possession, above position, or wealth, or culture, or genius, is the nobility of character. There is divine meaning in your life, just as there is in the existence of everything else in creation-there are no alternates nor duplicates in Gods planning. Even as the weights of no two pebbles on the beach are equal, it must be remembered that no two lives are of equal worth in the working out of individual principles and possibilities. No life can infringe upon the right-of-way of another in planning, supposing, and being, since the legitimate possessions of no two lives are to be found along precisely the same way. Each life is a monopoly in itself, for to each has been given the sole permission to exercise certain exclusive powers. You will do well to ask yourself such questions as these: "What is the meaning of my life? Why have l been given an existence with endowments peculiar to myself? Where is my position and what is my mission in this life about me? Why am l given a lease on life to continue in quest of the things of this world?" The Author of your being has made aserious mistake if your life is not of importance and significance and meaning. His intention in giving you this lease on life is of vast concern to you and your associates, and the knowledge of His plan for you ought to be your daily and endless pursuit. lt takes more courage and requires a higher degree of heroism to master the science of self than it does to discover the wealth of the world about you. To view and review your life, to weigh it, to analyze it, to discover the weakness of it, to understand how it should be spent, to examine the cause of its failure, is a difficult task, but none the less a duty. Whoever you are, wherever you are, always be honest enough to become intimately acquainted with your- self. May it truly be said of you: "He has made as much out of himself as could be made of the stuff of which he is endowed, and no one can require more." You are to live for the future-live so that your life will not bear its best fruit until after you have passed from the stage upon which you have lived and wrought. Strive not for present praise, but for future fruition. The fame of your name may soon perish, but what you are-the sum total of your beliefs, of your purposes, of your affections, of your tastes, and of your habitshthese you can bequeath to men who will never know you personally. I challenge you to make the earth richer by your having lived on it. l beg you to maintain an uncompromising enmity toward the false, and an invincible friendship toward the true. l implore you to cultivate a practical faith in the living God. Such a course as this for you.r- self will make your activity safer, your scholarship wiser, your life manlier, your joy brighterg and, when the veil is lifted, you will stand erect in the undimmed light of a glorified manhood or womanhood. -WYLIE A. PARKER. Page Twelve wi? 4 I., . 41 N. R. CROZIER E. B. CAUTHORN L. V. STQCKARD Superintendent of Assistant Superintendent District Superintendent Schools of Schools of High Schools DAVID W. CARTER, IR., M.D. . . . President MRS. W. P. ZUMWALT . . . . . Vice-President COMMITTEES Finance Supply Gabe P. Allen Mrs. W. P. Zurnwalt L. O. Donald D. D. Rogers Rules D. D. Rogers Mrs. W. P. Zurnwalt Mrs. W. A. Leeper Lunchrooms Mrs. W. A. Leeper D. D. Rogers Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt Fred D. Dantord L. O. Donald Building cmd Sites L. O. Donald Gabe P. Allen Fred D. Dantord Welfare Fred D. Danford Mrs. W. A. Leeper Gabe P. Allen Pagr' Tb , W 'WX My V t C LX X92 P 1111! if Miss RAcHEL FooTE OUR DEHN o one exercises ci more influential power o the students thon our dectn, Miss Foote. l-ler tgirness gnd her tirrnness in guiding the student loody merit respect from every Fores- ter. Miss Foote hos loecome ct symlool ot dll thot is cultured ond tine. She hots troveled extensively throughout the world, ond her experiences hgye mode her ct highly inter- esting individuol. Miss EDNA ROWE Senior Counsellor We shall always associate our senior year with "Miss Bowef' Through her great gitt oi under- standing, she has guided us over many ot the rough places. "To know her igto ove her." 41, ff in 2, i A graduate of Forest herself, Mrs. Field upholds the tradition oi Forest most capahly. l-ler calm- ness, her eiticiency, and her good humor make an ideal combination tor this highly responsible position. MRs. EMMA H. BROWN Assistant Senior Counsellor Attacking her tasks with vigor, Mrs. Brown takes an active inter- est in whatever she does. Posses- sing a strong sense of justice and honesty, she has our attection and admiration. 'A' Busy checking absentees, giv- ing tardy cards, timing tire drills, nevertheless Miss Overloeck can always tind time tor one of the most charming smiles we can recall. MRS. FRANCES FIELD Secretary Miss MARY FRANCES OVERBECK Attendance Clerk Pagf' Fifiefrz .A H I Page Sixlvrrz FACULTY RICHARD ALLISON, History NANNIE D. ANDREVVS, Mgthemulics MINNIE ARDREY, French ELIZABETH BAGLEY, English RUTH BARI-IAM, English WILLIE, MAE BE Y, Home Economics fm L I mfs- HELEIN7FERN BLA K, Public Speaking IENNIE WOLI-'E BL I THA all Mi A 5 101155 EMMA H. BR .1 . MINNIE BROWN, History dy H f R if i A 1 1 A BOULTON scien sl .ai LL' 4 'Il A YW' ' 1 W. H, BUTLER, Social Science , RUTH CHRISTOPHER, iul science' V Q19 'vw c UL MAHY SMITH L K, Hqiish cj lb BURNET cox, History ' SARA DAVIDSON, Spanish, English TURA DIAL, English EMMALINE DONOHUE, Library MARY DRAKE, History OCTAVIA EDWARDS, French FAciLi.LxiMM35l LOULA ELDER, Mathematics ANNIE GEM FELDER, English RACHEL FOOTE, Dean C. L. FORD, Mathematics f DOROTHY GERLACH, History 4' f C. V. GOODMAN, 'story D. T. GRIFF T , M . cal Dra 1 . Ef7!3 ALICE HARRINGTON, ome Ec n mic Calc.. Adm it iq 63 WILLIAM M. HERZOG, Band ELIZABETH HUGHES, English VIRGINIA HURST, Commercial TC INS Phy hysical I' S. S. , If 'cs, V., , . ff ,I SARAH HYMAN, Study Hall IAIFF-f 9 73" BERTHA IACKSON, English W. H. KEELING, Mathematics PAUL LA BORNE, English IUNIA MCALISTER, Science C. T. MCCORMACK, Accouniing W. A. MANGUM, Mathematics PEARLE MATTHEWS, Home Economics X Pagr' Srwnlmfn FACULTY HARRY MENEZES, Military LOURANIA MILLER, Latin MEL MITCHELL, Art GRAY MOORE, Science ELIZABETH PARKER, English IULIA PRITCI-IETT, Typing LAVINIA RAWLINS, Latin, Algebra f V Il-T' I ,I l. K ff. ' Auf elf ffuiffff v Y 4 r L. E. ROSSER, Mathematics EDNA ROWE, English LOCILLE SEGRIST, Physical Education MABEL SHAW, Physical Education ALVA SHEPARD, Mathematics BESS THATCHER, History I T. USRY, Social Studies U' '.-f9Q3 MABEL WHITTINGTON, Home Economics FLETCHER WICKI-IAM, Spanisgbla 1 UISE WILCOX, Musi H. B. YATES, History , OTHER TEACHERS N. B KER, Shorthand MARGARET BREWER, Mathematics ELOISE DURHAM, Iournalism, English SEARCY H. HARDY, Study Hall KATE HASSELL, Mathematics PERCIE HOLDEN, Pianist PNP Eigbmw TALLULAH PINCKARD, History I. B. WHITE, Biology, General Science Zu II EITIUYIHUT O, for the touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is sti11l" IOSEPH T. KENNINGTON Born August 12, 1899 Died January 27, 1938 GEORGE BOYETTE Born Aprii 20, 1922 Died Ociober 16, 1937 VIOLA GREEN Born March 21, 1922 Died December 30, 1937 GEORGE THROWER Born April 12, 1919 Died Apri1 19, 1938 ' "W" AQY1 Page Ninetwn -'F Row 1. 1 2 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 Row 1. 2. Row l. Z. Row 1. 2. Bow 1. 2. One Mrs. Blumenthal, what's the joke? Ruth Lichtenstein, Marjorie Freeland, Mary Moseley, Louise Hiegel and Beverly Pain Waiting for something to happen. Two Hugh Seay turned around just in time for the prying eye of the camera to catch him. Take your medicine like a good boy, Marcus Seltzer. Three Earl Huddleston and Sam King must know their English lesson today. Close-up of Herbert Lillebridge in a pensive mood. Four Mrs. Blumenthal gets down to busi- ness. lust a bunch of hicks: H. C. Balthrop, Billie Louise Rogers, Charles lones, Doris Di Maio, and limmie Nichols after the hilly-billy program. Five Mr. Butler's Salesmanship class at the Centennial. Mrs. Emma Brown against the back- ground of geometric figures. T wen Good-Bye to Forest High Good-bye to you, dear Forest, Your halls we now must leave, But you'll be ever dearest Within our memories. Good-bye to friends and classmates, To teachers and the rest, We've long loved your endearing traits, We'll always love them loest. Good-bye to daily quizzes, And homework long past due, And algebra, for this is What we did so hate to do. Good-bye to clubs and dances, To football games we cheered, Good-bye to school romances, Exams that we so feared. And farewell, too, to 202, We won't forget the while We spent long after school was through Within your rank and file. But now we leave this farewell wish With you, Our Forest High: Good luck, good cheer throughout the years And so to you-Good-bye! -ELSIE Ross ISRAEL. mi' .11..-.........I Miss RUTH BARHAM Miss DOROTHY GERLACH Iune, '38 Class Ianuary, '39 Class SENIOR SPONSORS Pew people realize how much time and hard Work is spent in sponsorinq a class. Any teacher who undertakes this task certainly deserves a Vote of thanks. We extend our sincere gratitude to Miss Ruth Barham and Miss Dorothy Gerlach for directinq the Senior Classes so competently. Iune, '38 Class COMMITTEES Social Senior Play Wallace Thrower Helen Lehwald lane Abraharnson Steve Culihrk Elaine Watel Opal Phillips ldelle Goodman Ioyce Karchmer linnnie Nichols Clifford Marshall Senior Day Charles Fair Marjorie Swain Roland Goss Henry Rahinowitz Page Tufcniy-four J Qtwgftyfm CLARENCE EATON IUNE LVVITTKOVVER GENE MOORE President Vice-President Secretary Iune, '38 Class COMMITTEES Invitcrlion Decoration Baccalaureate Gene Moore lune Whittkower Clarence Eaton Ethel Mae Hall Willis Aloles Ptacheal Phillips Betty Wolfe Lorraine Crow Earline Lasseter Leon Kahn Eugene Levin Stagg Benz Dave Tobolowsky Barnett Goodstein Edwin Iacobs Ianuary. '39 Class COMMITTEES Social Program Rings Louise Alexander Benny Killy Ruth Ballard DAVID WEBER President Louis Leon Sarah Ligenberg La Nora Smith Louis LEON Vice-President Celia Ann Brilling Bertha Mae Duckworth Dave Butcher BERNICE COHN Secretary Page Twenty-j51,'e WW: JI' 5, W JUNE, '38, CLASS 44 WILLIS ABLES R. O. T. C., Second Lieutenant, Rifle Team, 37 38' Crac Company 35 '36 '37 '38- Private' icre , ' 'SQgeant's Efficie w , , - Mar Meda, , Shar sh ' , , P dent Council, '37, '38, Hi-Y Clu , elta His- 77 IANE AE AMSO Auditores a s ' , ice-Pr ent, '37, Sec- retary, '37, His or' Society, Secre- tary, '37, Etfi ' cy rd, '37, High Schol- arship Club, S ret , '38, National Honor Society, Secr t r reasurer, '38, FORESTER, '38, Libr ssistant, '35, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37. EUGENE ANDERSON Baseball, '38, ECHO, '38, Hobby, Baseball, Tennis, Ambition, Professional Baseball Player. Standard ting So iety, Vice-P '38, Treas er, 37, IH- Class, Parl rian, '37, Cra k Company, '36, Al it Orchestra, '37, R. O. T. C., Second Lieut ant, FORESTER, '38. k I R NOES 'ft' ok W " Operetta, '36, '37, Boys Glee Club, '35, '36, '37, '38, Football, '35, '36, '37, Basketball, '35, '36, Track, '37. MW W "J"?'5','7Q', BARR - Football, '34, '35, '36, '37, Basketball, '34, '36, Track, '35, '36, Senior Hi-Y Club, R. O. T. C., First Lieutenant, Crack Company, '35, '36, '37, '38, Crack Platoon, '35, '36, ECHO, '38, Sergeant's Efficiency Medal, '36, Ex- pert Medal, '36, . I .99 Page Twcnly-.wx , I 9 1' I Auf fr"'4,1Lfp A-eh T"Y"' "' 'Y WY BETTY JOE BARRON Hobbies, Observing People, Tennis, Worl Professional Dancer, Favorite Subiec Shorthand, Favorite Sport, Tennis. DOROTHY BASSETT Forest Forum, Hobby, Tennis, Favorite Sul: ject, Bookkeeping, Favorite Sporgz nis. 7 NM, T ,, IQ" , VIOLET BATEMAN Hobby, Collecting Flowers, Dancing, Favor ite Subject, BioloqY: Favorite Sport, Foot ball, Ambition, Baby Specialist. I ' - 93 :" " "" ' ' " ELIZABETH BAUMGARTNER in Hobby, Stamp Collecting, Favorite Subject, ,h h English, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, 3 rl , 5 Secretar Ll ' fr " ' fr. ? I 'l kv V EAU High C1'10Ol. Pep Squad, Ambition, Nurse, Favorite Subject, Public Speaking, Hobby, Reading. MADELYN BELL High Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, Auditores Caesaris, Hobby, Col- lecting Stamps, Favorite Subject, English. ii' . Q HELEN BERMA 'N " 9 Cercle Francais, Secretary, '38, High V -. ',V, zhoimshtp Club, ECHO, co-editor, '33, Linz . ' Awards, '36, '37, FORESTER, '33 'vz' , 533 "'A it r 'Et SALLY BIERNER Iexas History Club, Girls Public Speaking Club, Le Cercle Francais. -tcm wwfiwftiivf MARIORIE BLASSER .inz Award, '35, Los Espanoles Ioviales, 'avorite Sport, Tennis, Hobby, Dancing, Favorite Subject, Algebra 4. FRANCES BLEDSOE obby, Corresponding, Favorite Subject, nglish, Favorite Sports, Skating and orseback Riding, Never Absent or Tardy l through Grade School or High School. j RICHARD BoPP elta Historical Society, junior Hi-Y, Ser- eant-at-Arms, '36, Pan American Student orum, Las Dos Americas, Crack Com- 1 p ny, '38. .gtt,J'Wi'l'l PAULINE BOSHART Pep Squad, '37, Banking, Bookkeeper, '37, Hobby, Skating, Ambition, Home Decora- tor, Favorite Subject, H. E., Favorite Sport, Tennis. tt sl? A ..',. ,. ,..s., . ' .5 A RUBY BRIGGS Pep Squad, '35, '37, Hobby, Collecting Stamps and Coins, Ambition, Certified Pub- lic Accountant, Favorite Subject, Commer- cials, Favorite Sport, Tennis. . g.0w9'Zb7'9-5' ' kv afV""' ,Q-,9"7 GEORGIA BRocK Girl Reserves, High Scholarship Club, National Honor Society, Il-B Class, Secre- tary, '35, Linz Awards, '35, '36. Z-vM77flA1lv,v TLER 64 "gg Latin Essay Contest, '34, '35, R. O. T. C., Sergeant, Crack Company, '37, '33, Audi- tores Caesaris, Standard Debating Society. GLENN CARPENTER Football, '34, '35, '36, '37, Track, '36, '37, '33, Ambition, Diesel Engineer, Favorite Subject, Biology. LURLYNNE CAROTHERS Allied Arts Club, Pep Squad, '35, Operetta, '35, '37, Hobby, Singing, Ambition, Opera Singer, Favorite Subject, English. MAUDINE CATLETT' Library Staff, '36, 37, Pep Squad, '35, Bank- ing, Bookkeeper, '38, l-A Class, Secretary, ,Sr r- ' ' 7Jf WIE- . Page ueniy-sewn g,,.Lf-KL, 641-7 2' ,.1, www ,WL 9 VAUDINE CATLETT Forest Safety Council, Secretary, '36, Pep Squad, '36, ECHO, '38, FORESTER, '38, Bank- inq, Assistant, '37, '38, Girls Public Speak- inq Club. .. Y x T63 XV .filings BGA CHERRY Library, Assistant, '34, '35, '36, '37, '33, Aelta Historical Society, Latin Essay Con- test, '37, Linz Awards, '36, '37, '33 If " QQ, ,Q o gb, Wilde! H. G. CLARK, IR. R. O. T. C., First Sergeant, Crack Company, '35, '36, '37, '38, Crack Platoon, '35, Base- ball, '36, '38, Football, '36, Basketball, '36, FORESTER, '38. MARTIN CLASBEY ECH-O, '38, Favorite Sports, Baseball and Basketball, Favorite Subject, H. E. 7. HW' EUNICE CLEVELAND Ambition, Air Hostess, Favorite Sport, Foot- ball, Favorite Subject, Shorthand. HARRY COBBEL Allied Arts Club, Tennis, '37, '38, FORESTER, '38, Baseball, '37. Page Twenly-eigbl '59 ZS! -xi F ' Q,,.-- STELLA COFFMAN l-B Class, Secretary, '34, l-A Class, Vice President, '35, Operetta, '35, '36, '37, Allie Arts Club, Forest Forum, Parliamentariax '38, Student Council, '37, Senior Play, '32 GERALDINE COWARD Pep Squad, '38, Auditores Caesaris, Fore? Forum, Favorite Subject, English, Favoritf Sport, Tennis. L5 WA? i 7. ' fr' tl 5'4" 5 f'.Q1,w'M2A RUTHCOX Latin Awards, '35, '36, Linz Award, '36 Favorite Sport, Horseback Riding, Favorite Subject, Shorthand. J BLA CHE CROOK Allied Arts Club, Parliamentarian, '34, '35, Hobby, Collecting Locks of Hair, Ambition, Designer. LORRAINE CROW Girl Reserves, Parliamentarian, '38, Allied Arts Club, High Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, '36, '37. STEVE CULIBRK Science Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, '34, Presi- dent, '35, Secretary, '34, Basketball, '34, '35, '36, '37, Track, '37, '38, Radio Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, '34, Student Council, President, '38, Aelta Historical Society, Vice-President, '37, High Scholarship Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, '36, Linz Award, '35, Pan American Student Forum, Parliamentarian, '36, Salesrnanship Club, Banking, Cashier, '38, FoREsTER, '37, '38, LEETA PAYE DAVIS irl Reserves, ECHO, '38, Hobby, Collecting Oddities, Ambition, Nurse. DORIS D1 MAIO 'ep Squad, '35, Allied Arts Club, Ambi- on, Laboratory Technician, Sport, Horse- back Riding. MARGUERITE DUCK abby, Dancing, Favorite Subject, English, Favorite Sport, Football. CLARENCE EATON an American Student Forum, Treasurer, 37, Standard Debating Society, High ,cholarship Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, '37, Vational Honor Society, IV-B Class, Presi- ent, '37, IV-A Class, President, '38, Inter- cholastic League, Debate Team, '38, Bank- ig, Vice-President, '36, President, '37, 'eller, '36, '37, '38, Linz Awards, '35, '36, 37, Forest Favorite, '38, Senior Play '38. FORESTER, '37, '38. EVELYN ELAM lobby, Dancing, Favorite Sport, Swim- ming, Favorite Subject, Shorthand. BERNARD ELY Ltamp Club, Band, '36, '37, '38, R. O. T. C., tergeant, Line Company, '35, Ambition, Drummer, ,, .,-Y Vx EDNA RUTHE EPSTEIN Allied Arts Club, Treasurer, '37, Girl Be- serves, Favorite Sports, Golf and Tennis, Ambition, Radio Performer. LOUISE ERICKSON Girl Reserves, Pep Squad, '35, Ambition, Secretary, Favorite Subject, Typing. ftwwwx ff l-B Class, Vice-President, '35, lll-A Class, Sergeant-at-Arms, '37, Linz Awards, '35 '36, '37, '38, Four-Year Linz Award, '3 : Everts Award, '38, Crack Company, '3 , g , '37, FORESTER, '37, '38. Y j 'L-'Af I ty' Q' ' Mt XSALBA FAIN Pgp Squ57d,l'f36,x'3'Z, Hobby, Going Places, X' favorite SubiegL,fH. E. 7 1 . ILM ,J I , ff' , ' JU- 1 jj, , I 1 A I lf. h A I 27,417 J MU . ' ' f' . YW ff ' L1 W. C. FALLIN Senior Hi-Y, B, O. T. C,, Band, First Ser- geant, Aelta Historical Society, Hobby, Radio, Ambition, Orchestra Leader. I avg PAY FERGUSON Girl Reserves, High Scholarship Club, Pep Squad, '35, Linz Awards, '35, '36, Bible Linz Award, '34, Library Assistant, '34, '35,'36. X gf if .- T7 f' ' Page Twenty-nine .r I , X liffjf' ' f ROSALIE FISCHL Girl Reserves, Aelta Historical Society, High Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, '36, '36, '37, Office Assistant, '34, FORESTER, '38, g Mlm? DEWEY FISHER Yell Zeader, '37, Senior Hi-Y, President, '37, Treasurer, '38, R, O. T. C., Captain, Camp Dallas Efficiency Award, '35, Camp Dallas Rifle Team, '37, Marksmanship Medal, '37, Sharpshooter Medal, '37, Expert Medal, '37, Most Efficient Sergeant, '36, Crack Com- pany, '35, '36, '37, '38, Forest Favorite, '38, DHAL BLAKE FLETCHER Pan American Student Forum, Girls Public Speaking Club, Pep Squad, ECHO, '33 WAXJUQEMN 'W' ANGELINE PONBERG Girl Reserves, Girls Public Speaking Club, Parliarnentarian, '35, Office Assistant, '35, Aelta Historical Society, FoREsrER, '38 ' WMV AUD FOWLER 6 Pep Squad, '35, ' irl R erves, FoREsTER, '38, Student Council, E-tbition, SZ' iger. : 1772? HERBERT FRANK Iunior Hi-Y, Football, '37, se-bali, '36, '37, ,362 All-City Orches Page Thirty l QW' wg ff Girls Public Speaking Club, FORESTER, L Ambition, Private Secretary, Hobby, Traveling. GLADYS FULGHAM Hobby, Knitting, One of Forest's Mc Pleasing Personalities. Graduated in lc 'ii 1 P uary, '38. Q-2 , Q JU Maw Q Library Assistant, '36, '37, Banking, '3 Ambition, Stenographer RMMM - ff 2 KC f "3 W -Pfff L. A. GIGGLEMAN Band, '38, Hi-Y, Hobby, Photograph' Favorite Subject, Science. "' F-61720 My THELMA GLENN Pep Squad, '35, FoREsTER, '38, Operett '36, '37, Banking, '38. l l IAMES GOEE R. O. T. C., Corporal, Crack Company, '3 '36, Boys Glee Club, '36, '37, Current tory Club - 5' 5 1 IRV G GOIDL l 2237618 ndard Debating Society, Treasurer, '37, 'th Scholarship Club, Treasurer, '38, Aud- es Caesctris, lnterscholastic League y, '37, FORESTER, 38, ECHO, Business Manager, '38, Linz Award, '37. MARC: f RET GOLDEN ditores Caesaris, Aelta Historical ffoci- , Parliamentarian, '37, Girls 'ublic eaking Club, Vice-President, '38 recre- tary, '38 X' f IDELLE MILDRED GOODMAN Q 'ls Public Speaking Club, President, '38, ' 33 A A -asurer, '37, Parliarnentarian, '38, Audi- V M 2 es Caesaris, High Scholarship Club, gg P niferi, Linz Awards, '34, '36, '37, Boys' il e Club, Accompanist, '35, '36, Orches- . E Ex, '37, FORESTER, '38, Senior Play, '38. F , - if fvw ' - TT GOODSTEIN tional onor Society, Pr en ' , Debating ' re ' ent, ' , Lice- 'de , , l' n ' , ' , L spanioles oviales si- t, '3 35, Li ds, , '38, EEST ' - ss, Presvvt, '35, , i ment r' , , nter - Ltic Le gue, Sp i ' 7,76 mation, 38, Class Orato , ' or Play, '38. ' 1717? 1-ff, ROI AND Goss I l?8, Pan Ident Forum, All-City , Ill-A Class ss, Ser Cap- , '38, All-St e All-City In, Capt ' , skeibal? Egtgugg 38, ebgllfff, 50 R5 my CELIA REMM iz Awards, '36, '37, Favorite Subject, glish, Ambition, Department Store Buyer. twlif A , . -nu-H - 'F WANDA GRIFFIN High Scholarship Club, Girl Reserves, Linz Awards, '35, '36. ENRY GR Frrs R. O. T. C., Lieutenant, Crack Company, 3 '35, '36, '37, '38, Auditores Caesaris, Ser- geant-at-Arms, '37, Vice-President, '38, lun- ior Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms, '35, Vice-Presi- dent, '35, Crack Platoon, '35, '36, Basket- ball, '35, '36, Linz Awards, '35, '37, Student Council, Signiferi, All-City Chorus, '35, FORESTER, '37, '38. NORMA GENE GUYNES Girl Reserves, Student Council Representa- tive, ECI-Io, '38, Ambition, Secretary, Favor- ite Subject, lournalism. we 3354? Q!!! YS' ETIIEL MAE HALL National Honor Society, High Scholarship Club, Girl Reserves, IV-B Class, Treasurer, '37, IV-A Class, Treasurer, '38, Linz Awards, '36, '38. WALTER HARDWICK Student Council, Favorite Sport, Football, Favorite Subject, Algebra, Ambition, Ad- ministrative Engineer. wmv ftfmzuwf lUANITA HARRIS Girls Public Speaking Club, lunior Red Cross- Girl Reserves, ECHO '38- FORESTEk F vorite, '38. . ,i l lo'c'9-L1-1012? L, , FULL! 71442 PATSY HAYNES Orchestra, '35, '36, '37, '38, Hobby, Swim- ming, Dancing, Ambition, Organize a Girls Orchestra, Favorite Subject, Spanish, Favorite Sport, Swimming. ELIZABETH HEMPHILL Aelta Historical Society, Secretary, '38, Allied Arts Club, Pep Squad, '35, Girl Re- serves, Vice-President, '36, President, '37, All-City Representative, '38. wvi U . Vxnlgg 4,6 X7-544 X b'X0 OTHA MAE HENDRICKS Pep Squad, '37, Banking, '38, Hobby, Skat- ing, Readinq, Ambition, Dress Designer, Favorite Subject, Home Economics, Favor- ite Sports, Tennis, Football. MARIEANNE HENNEMUTH Girl Reserves, Hobby, Collecting Stamps, Favorite Subject, History. ' VN.,-v""5y hasnt' l RUTH HERZS E Aelta Historical Society, Girl eserves, Par- liamentarian, '37, ECHO, C tor, '38, Win- ner of Thrift Essay Cont t, '38, High Scholarship Club, City Ess Contest Win- ner, '36. LBS QX X ROBERT HICKMAN Football, '36, '37, Baseball, '37, Track, '38, 8' Page Tbirly-two plz fo ,NWA 1' Q T51 0 MERWIN HOFFMAN High Scholarship Club, Parliamentar: '36, Standard Debating Society, Secret: '36, Science Club, Vice-President, '35, I geant-at-Arms, '35, Preside '38, Auditc Caesaries, Linz Award, ' R. O. T. Captain, Camp Dallas, '3 6, '37, Cr Company, '34, '35, ' , ,llftifle Tet '38 ,rf I-5.14 y QI BILL HOLLAND R. O. T. C., Lieutenant-Colonel, Natid Honor Society, IV-B Class, Vice-Presidt '37, Rifle Team, '35, '36, '37, '38, Cr Company, '35, '36, '37, '38, Hi-Y, Footb '35, Basketball, '35, '36, Golf, '35, ' ' V ner of Safety Contest '38, Crack atc 1 73 sffaf-if fl DIXIE HOLTMAN Allied Arts Club, President, '35, '37, ' Operetta, '35, '36, '37, Student Counci QDELLE HORTON Hobby, Reading, Favorite Subject, A. bra, Favorite Sport, Basketball. BERNICE HOYLE Linz Award, '36, l-lobby, Collecting tures, Favorite Subject, Typing, Favc Sport, Skating. Wit yt" ELSIE ROSE SRAEL FORESTER, '37, '38, Girls Public Speak Club, Creative Writers Club, '38, Le Cel Francais, President, '37, Efficiency Awc '36, '37, '38. 5' ,V ., ,Q U J' V EDWIN oBs andard Debating Society, President, '38, ice-President, '37, Secretar '37 '38 Y' . I tuditores Caesaris, High Scholarship ,Iub, National Honor Society, Linz Iiwards, '36, '37, FORESTER, '38, IV-A flass, Parliamentarian, '38, lnterscholastic eague Play, '37, Student Ticket Manager, '37, Student Council, '37, '38, ECHO, '38. MARY LOUISE IEFFERIES e Cercle Francais, Hobby, Story Writing, 'avorite Subject, History, Favorite Sport, Swimming. joy IENKINS iuditores Caesaris, Favorite Subject, Short- tand, Favorite Sport, Dancing, Ambition, Secretary. ADOLPH jisz gi-Y Club, Hobby, Model Building, Music, mbition, Draftsman, Favorite Subject, Drafting, Favorite Sport, Basketball. . 'Q 3 S ON Tootball, '34, '35, '36, '37, Baseball, '37, '38, Hi-Y Club, Fresh Football Coach, QFLANCQ3 '37' '3 c57a1!ff ' IME s fkfq J inz Bible Award, '35, Hobby, Reading, Ambition, Secretary, Favorite Subject, Shorthand and Typing, Favorite Sport, Skating. L!fM75f Ioycia KARCHMER High Scholarship Club, Parliamentarian '37, Aelta Historical Society, Treasurer, '38,' Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, FORESTER, '38. CELIA KELLNER North Ir. Hi, Sioux City, Central Hi, Sioux City, lowa, Hobby, Clothes, Ambition, Sec- retary, Favorie Sport, Dancing. ,M ,ttf f U' ' lA,NE KIZER ll-B Class, Secretary, '35, Linz Award, '38, Hobby, Singing, Favorite Subject, Chern- istry, Favorite Sport, Swimming, Ambition, To be one t the Famo s Girls Trio IERRY KRAKOFF Crack Company, '37, '38, Basketball, '35, '36, '37, Hi-Y Club, Pom-:sTER, '38. EARLINE LAssETER Girl Reserves, High Scholarship Club, Library, Assistant, '37, Office, Assistant, '37, '38, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, Safety Club. l WIEANNE LKKG! Girl Reserves, Le Cercle Francais, Audi- tores Caesaris. 64752 QM? tt NQ Footbqii, '34, '35, Basketball, '35, cmciq Company, '35, '36, Glee Club, '36, '37, '38. HELEN LEHWALD Girl Reserves, Vice-President, '37, Council Representative, '38, High Sch arship Club, Parliarnentari , '38, Senio , '37, '38, FoREsrER, '3 , nz Awgr , '38. I ,QR 'bmp' QQ 65 EUGENE VIN Standard Debating Society, Tennis, '36, '37, '38, Favorite Sport, Tennis, Ambition, Dance Band Leader. FRANCES LEVINE High Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, Iunior Red Cross, Civic Center Representative, Natural Resources Week. HELEN LEVY High Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, Favorite Subject, Mathematics, Favorite Sport, Skating. MARGERY LIGHT I-B Class, Secretary, '34, Hobby, Playing the Piano, Ambition, Finish College. Page Thirty-four f ALBERT LYNN Favorite Subject, Mathematics, Favorite Sport, Softball, History Club, President, '36 HENRY MCADAMS Favorite Sport, Boxing, Favorite Subject Latin, Ambition, Engineer, Reporter o: "Weekly History Club." W6 N79 ht QOJ-4 WILLIAM MCCULLOUGH Football, '34, Basketball, '36, '37, '38, Favorite Sport, Football, Favorite Subject English, Hobby, Reading. DORIS MCLAUSSON . Operetta, '37, Ambition, Typist, Favorite Sport, Horseback Riding, Hobby, Reading. W5 IACK MCMEANS League, Declamation Con- 37, Student Council, Ambition, Book- Favorite Subject, Accounting, Senior Flay, '38. WARREN MCSPADDEN Ambition, Owner of a Chain of Service Sta- tions, Favorite Sport, Hunting, Favorite Subject, Mathematics, Hobby, Traveling. SUsrE MANION Girl Reserves, ECHO, '38, Pep Squad, '36, Ambition, Newspaper Reporter. QMQSDITH MARCELL Pep Squad, '35, FORESTER, '38, Favorite Subject, Typing, Favorite Sport, Swimming. P FORD MARS gif iq National Honor Society, Vice-President, '38, High Scholarship Club, Vice-President, '38, Sergeant-atArms, '36, '37, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, '38, Standard Debating Soci- ety, Senior Play, '37, '38, Interscholastic League Debate Team, '38. iW,jfvV,..9'tmr,ff Vw Q QW' ww EULA MAE MEADOR Auditores Caesaris, Girls Public Speaking Club, Safety Club, Vice-President, '38, Library, Assistant, '38, lnterscholastic League, Girls Declamation, '38, Senior Play, '38. BARBARA MILLER Allied Arts Club, Secretary, '36, '38, Sunset High School, Arts Club, Hobby, Sketching. MARIE MooDY Girl Reserves, ECHO, '38, Pep Squad, '36, Ambition, Newspaper Reporter, Hobby, Dancing. GENE E. MOORE ,II-B Class, President, '35, lll-A Class, President, '37, IV-A Class, Secretary, '38, Girl Reserves, President, '37, Vice-Presb dent, '37, Secretary, '35, Council Represent- ative, '36, Efficiency Award, '37, Student Council Representative, Signlieri, Audi- tores Caesaris: Office, Assistant, '38, Stu- dent Council, Secretary, '38, FORESTER, '38, Forest Favorite, '38. LOIS MOORE Hobby, Reading, Ambition, Globe Trotter, Favorite Subject, English, Favorite Sport, Football. WALTER MOSELEY Pan American Student Forum, Vice-Presi- dent, '37, Allied Arts Club, Vice-President, '38, High Scholarship Club, Student Coun- cil, Representative, Linz Awards, '36, '37, '38, Eci-io, '38. GRACE ELIZABETH NALL Paschal High School, Fort Worth, Girl Re- serves, Pan American Student Forum, Favorite Subject, English, Favorite Sport, Volley Ball, Ambition, Secretary. 4f36"3' .fl-32 A ,Mit IIMMIE NIC L A7 . er Leader '37, lll- s Vice-Presi ent, '37, Crack Com ' R. O. T. C Band, HgYL5.?5 ANNIE LOU ODLE Iunior Red Cross, Hobby, Collecting Pen- nants, Favorite Sport, Skating, Favorite Subject, Science. Page Thirty-five ' t I lj IOYCE OSBORNE Girl Reserves, Girls Public Speaking Club, Allied Arts Club, Ambition, Commercial Artist, Favorite Subject, Art. ' 0J,,4,fV,V MILDRED OWENS Texas History Club, Secretary, '37, Forest Forum, Pep Squad, '35, Ambition, Secre- tary. BROWNIE PASSONS Ambition, Aviatrix, Favorite Subject, Math- ematics, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Hobby, Keeping agy. if Azad' Football, '34, '35, '36, '37, Baseball, '37, '38 Track 38 Senior HIY Stu nt Coun- ffufizizgi 6 -ff-if PETER PATTON Auditores Caesaris, Standard Debating Society, Secretary, '38, Sergeant-at-Arms, '37, Aelta Historical Society, Parliamenta- rian, '38, Senior Hi-Y, Secretary, '38, R. O. T. C., Captain, Rifle Team, '37, Rifle Award, '37. WILBERT PAYNE Favorite Subject, Civics, Favorite Sport, Football, Hobby, Dancing, Ambition, Globe Trotter. Page Thirty-six f3i PAL PHILLIPS , "'i,,.I, High Scholarship Club, Auditores Caesar is, Safety Club, Secretary, '38, Lin Awards, '35, '36, '37, Library, Assistani '37, '38, Pep Squad, '35. RACHEAL PHILLIPS Girl Reserves, High Scholarship Club Allied Arts Club, Linz Awards, '36, '37., l l CHARLES PIEf9 l Lo E 'les, President, '34, Treasurer, '34, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37 l , f"' f . 2' - -.ff favmh PJ! ' jg. Pep Squad, '35, Hobby, Dancing, Amb tion, Business Woman, Favorite Spor Swimming, Favorite Subject, Typing. ,ff 'fi iw P I ALICE PRIMROSE 1 l DOROTHY POIRIER Girls Public Speaking Club, Treasurer, '32 Auditores Caesaris, Council Representative '38, Aelta Historical Society, Virgil Lati, Award, '37, '38, Linz Award, '37, Hiq Scholarship Club. F LORA PURSER lunior Red Cross, President, '38, Hobb Writing Poetry, Ambition, Nurse, Favori Subject, Public Speaking, Favorite X Sport, Swimming. I MMM W, , if L 'f Sf""'f HENRY RABINOWITZ Etandard Debating Society, Coin Club, resident, '34, ECHO, ' 7,"E voritef Subject, Public Speak' ' rSpodt,VA dl ,f TT K 'f rf, 'J,,,wfwf"'V"l' Agfa f V PL'JP W' IE READ -Iigh Scholarship Club, Auditores Cae- saris, Girls Public Speaking Club, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, '38, Office, Assistant, '37, '38. . t 'X ' QMJ' CECIL REDD E-A Class, President, '36, Football, Man- ger, '36, Water Boy, '37, Track, Captain, '37, '38, Favorite Sport, Football. f STAG ENz lenior Hi-Y, Vi - r sident, '38, R. O. T. C., fiajor, Crac Company, '35, '36, '37, '38, title Team, 36, '37, '38, Captain, '37, '38, fiarksmanship Medal, '35, '37, Expert ffedal, '36, '37, Sharpshooter Medal, '36, 37, Private's Efficiency Award, '35, Ser- 'eant's Efficiency Award, '36, Wozencrait Drill, '37, Shoulder-to-Should Match, '36, 37, '38, Crack Platoon,J35 ' 6. kiLISE ROGERS bp uad, '34, '35, '36, Los Espanolas Jvial s, President, '35, Pan American Stu- Qent Forum, President, '38, Hobby, Skating, Ambition, Singer. FREDA ROERS 'ep Squad, '35, Los Espanoles Ioviales, tudent Council, Favorite Sport, Tennis, Favorite Subject, Clothing. viw LW' . , X V' KATHRY ROLNI Girl Reserves, Secretary, '37, '38, High Scholarship Club, Banking, Cashier, '37, Teller, '36, '37, '38, Vice-President, '38, FORESTER, '38, Student Council, EcHo, '38, Linz Awards, '36, '37, EARLINE ROPE Pep Squad, '37, ECHO, '38, Iunior Red Cross, Hobby, Making ECHO Scrapbook, Favorite Subject, Iournalism, Favorite Sport, Swimming. BERNICE RUBIN Le Cercle Francais, Vice-President, '37, President, '38, High Scholarship Club, Banking, Vice-President, '37, President, '38, Teller, '37, '38, FORESTER, '37, '38, Linz Awards, '36, '37, Creative Writing Club, Parliamentarian, '38. BETTY ROSE RUBIN Girls Public Speaking Club, Secretary, '37, President, '38, High Scholarship Club, Linz Award, '36, FORESTER, '38. 40? My ' ' DOROTHY RUNNELS Girl Reserves, Girls Public Speaking Club, All-City Chorus, '34, '35, Operetta, '34, '35, '36. ELBERT RUNNELS Aelta Historical Socie , Ambition, Archi- rite Subje , Architectural Draw- avo 'e Sport, Football. , X' Page Thirty-sezwl ,x K0 , M 'L itlittwt im? FLORENCE SALLEE Pan American Student Forum, Pep Squad, '38, FORESTER, '38. WELDON SANDERS Baseball, '36, Football, '37, Ambition, Ieweler, Favorite Subject, Art, Favorite Sport, Football. MARGARET ANN SANDFORD Linz Bible Award, '35, Allied Arts ciub, I ' Favorite Subject, Accounting, Favorite Sport, Horseback Riding. WARREN SEARS Football, '36, '37, Basketball, Captain, '37 '38, Track, '37, ECHO, '38, Baseball ,'35, Crack Company, '36. IAMES SHANNON Auditores Caesaris, lunior HiMY, '36, Senior Hi-Y, Secretary-Treasurer Linz Award, '36, High Scholarship , ,L. 1' JMX My ,I yy' 5 RA E SIM Aelta Histor' l Soci Treasur Second Vice- sident ' ' Fo tb , S ager, '37, T , '37," ,'N' ' al O Societ ' inz A rd '37, 3 'X x Page Thir 31-eight Q r, ' , t'n ' S 5' . K il' I H 1 " . ., , 5, K sv 491' ff 0u,jH"lb fll 7 DOROTHY I. SIMON Auditores Caesaris, Ambition, Nurse, Fa- vorite Subject, Latin, Favorite Sport, Tennis. CURTIS SLOCUM Track, '37, '38, Football, '37, '38, Golder Glove Boxer, Dallas Athletic Club, Boxing Team. MYRTLE BELLE SOLANO Pep Squad, '37, Co-Captain, '38, FORESTER '37, Favorite Subject, Civics, Favorite Sport, Swimming. HATTIE ELIZABETH SORENSEN Girl Reserves, ECHO, '38, Favorite Subject Accounting, Favorite Sport, Tennis, Ambi tion, Nurse. HENRY STAMPLEY Football, '34, '35, '36, All-City, '37, Track '34, Baseball, '36, '37, Basketball, '37, '38 ll-B Class, Vice-President, '35, ll-A Class Sergeant-at-Arms, '36, III-B Class, Sergeant at-Arms, '36, Hi-Y Club. RUTH ANNETTE STATELER Hobby, Dancing, Favorite Subject, Account ing, Ambition, Dancer. ESTHER STEIN Il-lobby, Diary, Ambition, Secretary, Favor- ite Subject, Shorthand, Favorite Sport, Dancing. gb IACK STRAN E udito s Caesaris, President, '37, Iunior i-Y, President, '35, Senior Hi-Y, Secretary' reasurer, '37, Standard Debating Society, Sergeant-at-Arms, '38, R. O. T. C., Ser- geant, Crack Company, '36, '37, Linz Awards. SAM STRANGI Attending Night School, Favorite Subject, History, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Lawyer. MARIORIE EDNA SWAIN irls Public Speaking Club, President, '36, ecretary, '36, Parliamentarian, '37, lnter- scholastic League, First Place, City Declamation Contest, '37, ETHELEEN TAYLOR iobby, Collecting Stamps, Ambition, Cash- er, Favorite Subject, Accounting, Favorite I Sport, Football. l3oof5'w.:-JW" 1 T ' RICHARD TAYLOR asketball, Tennis, '38, junior Hi-Y, nsor, Brown-Grey Y, Spo s , Senior - , oun' A 1.1-'7l'U 37' M-al? 2 ..- 'L ,fl HARVEY THOMAS Football, '36, '37, Track, '37, '38, R. O. T. C., Second Lieutenant, Crack Company, '36, Vffvef I. D. THOMAs Football, '34, '35, Baseball, '34, Favorite Subject, Texas History. .1 . ff' ' 7 I' I ELSIE MAE THORN Operetta, '35, '36, '37, Hobby, Singing, Ambition, Nurse, Favorite Subject, Biology, Favorite Sport, Tennis. qi 5 WALLACE THROWER f R. O. T. C., Captain, Iunior Hi-Y, Senior Hi-Y, Auditores Caesaris, Linz Award, '35, High Scholarship Club, Basketball, '34, '35, GM '36- ORESTER, '38. J Z! E TOBOLOWSKY Transferred from Dallas Tech, Favorite Subject, Algebra, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Doctor. J 'P :- .zf 5595, ' HARRIET TOBOLOWSKY Aelta Historical Society, Treasurer, '37, '38, Girl Reserves, Favorite Subject, Biology, Favorite Sport, Football, Hobby, Collecting Pictures. Page Thirty-nine ARNOLD UTAY Standard Debating Society, Sergeant-at- Arms, '36, '37, Treasurer, '37, '38, Secretary, '37, Auditores Caesaris, High Scholarship Club, Latin Tournament, '37, Latin Essay Contest, '35, lnterscholastic League Play, '37, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, MARC-UERITE VANLANDINGHAM Transfer from Humes High School, Mem' phis, Tennessee. At Memphis: Student Council Representative two years, Photo- play Club, Linz Award, '38. HAROLD VANN ECHO, Reporter, '37, Associate Editor, '38, IV-A Orchestra, Director, '38, Boys Glee Club, '35, '36, '37, '38, All-City Glee Club, '35, '36, '37, Centennial Glee Club, '36, Operetta, '35, '36, Assistant Manager, '37, '38, Aelta Historical Society, lunior Hi-Y, Treasurer, '36, Senior Hi-Y. HOWARD WADSWORTH High Scholarship Club, President, '38, Stu- dent Council, Provisional Treasurer, ECHO, Business Manager, '38, Senior Hi-Y, Stu- dent Council, Baseball, '38, Linz Awards, '35, '36, '37, '38, Wgiftx , EV LER Girls Pufb c aking Club, Las Dos Am r- ica - I ni Red Cross, Pep Squad, '36, '37, I HAROLD WALTERS R. O. T. C., Sergeant, Favorite Sport, ball, Ambition, Owner of Chain of Stores, Linz'vA, , '36, '37, f' Lfn! W' ,J ,.f,fr'fQ75'f73 ,Jerri Y-qu .fd O WALTERS R, O. C rporal, Hobby, Swimming F ' Subject, Typing, Favorite Sport, Football. I Y W Qgvf ELAINE WATEL Le Cercle Francais, Treasurer, '36, Higl Scholarship Club, Secretary, '37, IV-B Class Secretary, '37, Aelta Hstorical Society, Lin Awards, '35, '36, 37, Fo ESTER, '3s. 5 . It UR W ATHERSBY Trac , Hi-Y Club, Ambition, Salesman Fav Subject, Accounting, Favorit rt, Baseball, Hobby, Athletics, Fishing, Hunting. LAWRENCE WIGBELS Auditores Caesaris, President, '38, Vice President, '37, Sergeant-at-Arms, '37, Stanc ard Debating Society, High Scholarshi Club, Rifle Team, '38, R. O. T. C., Lieutez ant, Crack Company, '35, '36, '37, '38, Cra Platoon, '35, Camp Dallas, '36, '37, '3 Virgil Latin Award, '38, PAULINE WILD Hobby, Shorthand, Favorite Subject, En: lish, Favorite Sports, Skating, Football, Ambition, Private Secretary. LEORA MANILLA WILLIS Girl Reserves, Linz Bible Award, '35, ECHC '37, '38, Safety Club, Hobby, Playin Piano, Ambition, Make a Success oi Life Favorite Subject, Home Economics, Favorite Sport, Tennis. WMV IUNE WITTKOWER irls Public Speaking Club, Treasurer, '37, elta Historical Society, Vice-President, '37, -B Class, Secretary, '35, Ill-A Class, Sec- vtary, '37, IV-A Class, Vice-President, '38, onssrizn, '38, Student Council, '38, Forest Favorite, '38. A-ff' 55' KARL WOEFLEY lobby, Hunting, Ambition, Aviator, Favor- ie Sport, Football, Favorite Subject, Enq- .sh, Allied Arts Club, Vice-President, '36. YJMQXM9 BETTY WOLFE i-ligh Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, '35, 136, '37, '38, Four-Year Linz Award, '38, ' Four-Year Everts Award, '38, Library, , Assistant, '34. l l FRANCES ZIMMERMAN Banking, Bookkeeper, '38, FORESTER, '38, i Favorite Sport, Tennis, Favorite Subject, Commercial Law. l l , Q ,lv ,L Q-rv X OTHER SENIORS TUNE, '38 CLASS Barron, Peqay Lou Boyd, H. A. Bryan, Ted B. Evans, Fred Foster, Dean F reedrnan, Harold , , 7 7 . V ra-. Hall, Henry Claxgllljgdfg ix tl Haney, Robert V. Horton, Frank A-K-Ng' Wai Ienninqs, Hendrick Kahn, Leon 1 -,0""' ff I f ',g,4fLf.-s. 1 l Lacher, Simian Lewellen, I. T. ' Martens, Wayne McManemin, Mary E. Melton, Alton Michaelson, Ervin Shaw, Clifford . Shepard, Marian Steer, Buford Stockard, Thomas Taylo Bennie 5 Tobias, G e lily? few! !7'7L M7 wk' Mjfhfflfwef . 4 GLORIA AITKEN Las Dos Americas, Parliamentarian, '36, Pep Squad Manager, '37, '38, junior Red Cross, Allied Arts Club, All-City Chorus, '35, '36, Interscholastic League, '37, FORESTER, '38, LOUISE ALEXANDER Forest Forum, Secretary, '38, Ambition, Music Teacher, Favorite Subject, English, Favorite Sport, Football. RUTH BALLARD Girl Reserves, Ambition, Newspaper Re- porter, Favorite Subject, journalism, Hobby, Tennis, FORESTER, '38. OPAL BARROW Hobby, Collecting Recipes, Ambition, Nurse, Favorite Subject, Chemistry, Favor- ite Sport, Football. WILLIAM BEVILLE IH-B Class, President, '37, Forest Forum, President, '37, Crack Company, '37, '38, IV-B Class, Sergeant-at-Arms, '38, R. O. T. C., Sergeant, '38, Sergeant's Efficiency Award, '38, Private's Efficiency Award, '35, Auditores Caesaris, BILLIE OLENE BIGHAM Hobby, Tap and Ballroom Dancing, Ambi- tion, Dancing Instructor, Favorite Subject, English, Favorite Sports, Football, Boxing. Page F arty-two IANUARY, '39 CLASS BILLY BONNET GV-AD Senior Hi-Y Club, Ambition, Contract: Favorite Subject, Architectural Drawiri Hobby, Traveling. , L .I I yi JJ. I CELIA ANN BRIL-LING ' Forest Forum, President, '38, Girls Publ speaking Club, Linz Awards, '36, '37.j l jimi? MADELEINE BURNETT All-City Chorus, '36, Girls Public Speakin Club, Forest Forum, Sergeant-at-Arms, '32 Student Council, '38, 51566-6067 DAVE BUTCHER B. O. T. C., Crack Company, '36, '37, Mos Efficient Corporal, '37, Stamp Club. VIRGINIA CANADY Hobby, Sewing, Ambition, Dress Designer Favorite Subject, Public Speaking, Favorite Sport, Tennis. ISHMAEL CAWTHON Hobby, Reading, Favorite Subject, History, Favorite Sports, Baseball and Football. RUTH CLARK obby, Dancing, Ambition, Stenographer, avorite Subject, Typing, Favorite Sport, Tennis. BEENICE COHN B Class, Vice-President, '35, ll-A Class, ecretary, '36, IV-B Class, Secretary, '38, os Espanoles loviales, President, '36, Pan rmerican Student Forum, Vice-President, 37, Secretary, '37, Girls Public Speaking Ilub, Sergeant-at-Arms, '36, Linz Awards, 36, '37, '38, lnterscholastic League Debat- fig Team, '37, Forest Forum, Orchestra, '36, Student Council, '38. TOHN DOUGLAS COOK Dperetta, '37, Boys Glee Club, '35, ECHO, '38, Pan American Student Forum. a LOIs CORBETT Pep Squad, '35, Ambition, Good House- wife, Favorite Sport, Football, Favorite Subject, Biology. LEWIS DUCA I-B Class, Vice-President, '36, Ambition, rchitect, Favorite Subject, Architectural rawing, Favorite Sports, Football and Baseball. BERTHA MAE DUCKWORTI-I High Scholarship Club, Linz Awards, '37, '38, FORESTER, '38. YP, TACK EMBRY Ambition, Professional Baseball Player, Favorite Sports, Football and Baseball. BEVERLY IO PAIN Pep Squad, '35, '36, '37, Girl Reserves, Favorite Subject, H. E., Favorite Sports, Swimming and Tennis, Hobby, Dancing. X10 fl 'Lili , MQW, ROSE FELDMAN Forest Forum, ll-A Class, Secretary, '37, Hobby, Eating Hamburgers, Subject, His- tory, Favorite Sport, Tennis, Ambition, Secretary. RETHA VIRGINIA FISHER Transferred from William james junior High School in Fort Worth, Hobby, Dancing and Playing Ukulele. DAVID GOODMAN IH-A Class, Sergeant-at-Arms, '37, Favorite Sport, Tennis, Favorite Subject, Public Speaking, Ambition, Actor, Hobby, Collect- ing Autographs and Stamps, DOROTHY HALL Hobby, Dancing, Ambition, Private Secre- tary, Favorite Subject, English, Favorite Sport, Football. Page Forty- three VERNON HARKNESS Football, '35, '36, '37, '38, Le Cercle Fran- cais, Baseball, '38. LORAINE HAVINS Favorite Subject, Foods, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Hobby, Nature Study, Ambition Housewife. FANNIE HAWKINS FORESTER, '38, Forest Forum, Hobby, Read- ing, Ambition, Secretary. MOLLIE GRACE HEINE Le Cercle Francais, Secretary, '37, Girls Public Speaking Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, '38, Orchestra, '37, DOROTHY HIGHT Hobby, Dancing, Ambition, Stenographer, Favorite Subject, Typing. BILLIE IOY HOWARD Hobby, Reading, Favorite Subject, Typing, Favorite Sport, Horseback Riding. Page Forly-four MYRTLE HUSBANDS Orchestra, Pep Squad, Operetta, 'S Hobby, Making Kodak Pictures, Favor Sport, Tennis, FORESTER, '38. CLARENCE IOHNSON Hobby, Stamp Collecting, Favorite Baseball, Favorite Subject, Home nomics, Ambition, Engineer. Spo Eco- MARY KATHERINE IORDAN Pep Squad, '35, '36, FOR1-:sTER, '38, Banl ing, Bookkeeper, '38, Ambition, Editor. IEANETTE KING Pep Squad, '36, Hobby, Horseback R iding Favorite Subject, Public Speaking, Favoritt Sport, Tennis. MARY RUTH KISSINGER Las Dos Americas, Hobby, Collecting Pi tures, Ambition, Traveler, Favorite Su Accounting. LOUIS LEON bjeci l-A Class, President, II-B Class, Sergeant-at Arms, Il-A Class, Sergeant-at-Arms, Class, Sergeant-at-Arms, HLA Class, President, IV-B Class, Vice-President, dent Council, High Scholarship Club, Awards, '35, '36, '37, HI- Vice Stu Lin FLORENCE LESTER p Squad, '38, Hobby, Skating, Favorite Subject, Home Economics. LILLIAN MAXWELL nking, '35, Hobby, Music, Favorite Sub- Lot, English, Favorite Sport, Swimming. L. C. McCoY nior Hi-Y, Vice-President, '36, Hobby, Sports, Ambition, Aviator. BARNIE MCKENZIE asketball, '36, Football, '36, '37, Track, '38 MILDRED MCKINNEY ep Squad, '35, Favorite Subject, Account ing, Hobby, Dancing. VIRGINIA MCKINNEY ill-City Chorus, '35, '36, Girls Chorus Operetta, '37. ""' . 't ,g .gmxq . . , , 'lt :ll HUBERT MCQUEEN Aelta Historical Society, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, To Be Rich. CHARLOTTE MCSPADDEN High Scholarship Club, Forest Forum, Treasurer, '38, Linz Awards, '36, '37, MARGIE MCWILLIAMS Texas History Club, Aelta Historical Soci- ety, Pep Squad, '35. lACK MrcHAELsoN Standard Debating Society, Crack Corn- pany, '37, Boys Glee Club, FORESTER, '38, ECHO, '38, l-A Class, Secretary, '35, IV-B Class, Parliarnentarian, '38, R. O. T. C., Corporal, '38, Sergeant, '37. IACK MITCHELL Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Conf tractor, Basketball, '37, '38, Football, '37,'38. MATTLTE LEE MUELLER Girls Public Speaking Club, Forest Forum, All-City Chorus, '36, l-A Class, President, '35, Ill-B Class, Secretary, '37, Ill-A Class, Parliamentarian, '37, IV-B Class, Treasurer, '38 Page Forty-five IUANITA OLIVER Pep Squad, '38, Iunior Red Cross, Hobby, Collecting Match Folders, Favorite Subject, Typing. MARTHA PARosK1 Pep Squad, '35, Hobby, Dancing, Favorite Subject, Public Speaking, Favorite Sport, Tennis. MARGARET PASCHE Aelta Historical Society, Forest Forum, Girls Public Speaking Club. DALLAS PATRICK Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms, '38, Pan American Student Forum, R. O. T. C., Sergeant, Crack Company, '36. MAXINE POLAKOFF Linz Award, '36, II-B Class, Secretary, '36, Hobby, Playing the Piano. ESTELLE RANKIN Auditores Caesaris, Girl Reserves, Trans- ferred from Marion High School, Marion, Kentucky. Page Fovly-six LENORA REEVES Favorite Subject, Shorthand, Favorite Spc Skating, Hobby, Reading, Ambition, Bu ness Woman. MARY ANN RIPS High Scholarship Club, Texas History Clu Allied Arts Club, FORESTER, '38, EVERETT ROBERTSON Now Attending Terrell Preparatory Schoc Favorite Sport, Baseball, Hobby, Runnir Errands for Office, Favorite Subject, Phy cal Education. j. B. RoB1Ns Crack Company, '35, '36, '37, Crack Pl toon, '35, Rifle Team, '36, '37, R. O. T. C Sergeant, Pan American Student Forum. IANE RUSSELL Office Assistant, '36, '37, Girl Reserve Hobby, Swimming, Ambition, Airplane Hostess. ELTON SCHACKMAN HI-B Class, Vice-President, '37, Coin Clul Secretary, '35, Sergeant-at-Arms, '36, Pres dent, '37, Standard Debating Society, R. C T. C., Sergeant, Basketball, '37, '38, FORESTER, '38, O. Q. SCOTT ick Company, '37, Forest Forum, Hobby, Horseback Riding, Ambition, Business Executive. LA NORA SMITH ls Public Speaking Club, Las Dos Amer- icas, junior Red Cross. BERNICE STEVENSON T1 American Student Forum, Official legate to the Pan American Student 'um Convention in Monterrey, Mexico, vorite Hobby, Reading, Favorite Subject, anish, Ambition, To Speak Spanish Well. EDWARD SUMMERFIELD tlta Historical Society, Sergeant-at-Arms, , Rifle Team, '37, '38, Ft. O. T. C. Ser- ant, Crack Company, '37, '38, Linz vard, '36, '38, Standard Debating So- ety, Sergeant's Efficiency Award, '37. IACK il-'AYLOR CIV-Al amber Drjamatic Club in Corpus ,risti,, H y, Colle ing Post Cards, 'vorite S jec, En ' hy' .Favorite Sport, lmm g. ' ,gg HOARCE WADE Football, '35, '36, Favorite Subject, Typing, Favorite Sports, Football and Swimming, Ambition, Civil Engineer. Soi. WALD R. O. T. C., Sergeant, Pan American Stu- dent Forum, Vice-President, '38, Efficiency Award, '36, Crack Company, '37, '38, Rifle Team, '37, Member of AllACity Advisory Council of Pan American Student Forum, '37. DAVID WEBER Football, '35, '36, '37, '38, ill-A Class, President, '37, IV-B Class, President, '38, Basketball, '35, '36, '37, '38, Crack Com- pany, '36. LORAINE WERTZ Favorite Subjects, Typing and Shorthand, Hobbies, Skating and Horseback Riding, Favorite Sports, Football, Tennis, Ambition, Stenographer. ANITA WETHERELL Favorite Sport, Swimming, Creative Writing Club, Favorite Subject, English, Hobby, Collecting Flowers, Ambition, Writer. Page Forty-sewn Page Forty-eight Blcmdin, Taylor Bock, Elizabeth Boyd, H.. A. Brown, Roberta BfYcmt, C. L. Cade, Eugene Coleman, Charles Cope, Lois Copeland, Maeleane Counts, Billy Davis, Thomas Dees, lrene DeLaughter, Norman Dickerson, I. W. Duckworth, Ernest Dunbar, Ruth Emerson, Betty Evans, luanita Faircloth, Laveenan Ferguson, Casie JANUARY, '39 CLASS OTHER SENIORS Haney, I. L. Haralson, Dorothy Houchins, Agnes Iackson, Ralph Iarvis, Lazell letters, Agnes Merle Keeton, O'Neal Kellum, Aline Killey, Bennie Lamb, Blanche Ligenberg, Sarah Lazaros, Pete Long, lack Love, Bertrand Love, Iimmie Lynn, Albert Martin, limmy McClaren, Bill McFadden, luanita McKnight, Marvin O'Donnel, Dorothy Perkins, lrene Riddle, Chloe Dell Rogers, Thomas Rollins, Bertie Fae Shreiber, Phillip Shepard, Norma Spelling, Daniel Stephenson, Delma Strickland, Frank Stowe, Mary Lou Stokes, Iohn Stutts, Ruth Summers, Iohn Tillery, Arthur Tucker, Ward Weil, Carl Williams, Granville Wilson, Claude Wrights, Ted MQWW Grisom, lrene Moore, W. A. OUR LOYALTY SONG We're loyal to you, Forest High, The Green and the White, Forest High, We'll back you to stand 'gainst the best in the land, For we know you have sand, Forest High, RAH! HAH! Go after that ball, Forest High, We're backing you all, Forest High, Our team is our tamed protector, On boys! For we expect a Victory from you, Forest High. rj " . jg yv I i' ' "' NJ l Iune, '38 Class History Listen, my schoolmates, and you shall hear, The history of the Seniors since their Fresh- man year. lt starts in September of '34, As H400 strong" came through the door. Those Freshmen, though timid as could be, Didn't hesitate to swing into activity. For our first attempt at dignity We elected as president Louise Iaffee. From l-B's to l-A's, now slightly less green, We progressed under the leadership of Bar- nett Goodstein, Gene, as ll-B president, brought our class to a high score: She did so well she was elected once "Moore" Our ll-A president was Cecil Reddy At every Forest track meet he led. With audacity we tried two lunior Proms in a year, Their huge success proved we had nothing to fear. The lll-B president, now Mrs. S. Fi. May, Then Virginia Henry left school to "love, honor, and obey." Gene Moore, the belle of every crowd, Was our lIl-A president, of whom we were proud. A Student Council inaugurated this year, Was greeted by the Seniors with pride and cheer. When time came 'round on election days, Clarence Eaton became our president, both as lV-B's and lV-A's. Most popular students were Gene Moore and Roland Goss: Without them the Seniors would be at a loss. After having a swell time on Senior Day, We concentrated on our Senior Play. VVe wish to acknowledge the debt that we owe, To lovely Miss Barham and stately Miss Rowe. Now as we finish our high school education, We look forward eagerly to our graduation. --IDELLE GOODMAN. Page for I3 mm Page Fifty lcrnuary, '39 Class History After struggling through three years in high school, We have finally reached our Senior Year. Although we did not like to spend our money for elevator tickets and he called "fish", We managed to get through our Fresh- man year with the help of I. L. Dyer, Margery Light, Louis Leon, and lack Michaelson as officers, and Misses Christopher and Brewer as sponsors. As Sophomores, We decided that C. L. Bryant, Maxine Polakoff, Merle Mann, and Bernice Cohn were the persons to lead us under the guidance of Miss Parker and Mr. Wiley. The first part of our lunior year, led by William Beville, Mattie Lee Mueller, and Mr. Wiley, was a success. But the last part, under the leadership of David KBuddyD Weber, Bose Feldman, and Mr. Allison, was more than a success. lt was during this time that We sponsored the lunior Prom, our first dance. Now We can yell "fish" and sell elevator tickets, for We are Seniors. We have elected David Weloer, Bernice Cohn, and Miss Gerlach to help us make this the greatest year of our school life. BERNICE COHN. UQ NL DA ES RS E S I. Page Fifty 5 y.. III-H CLHSS MRS. EMMA BRowN Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President ........ MAvis MIZE President ....... NORMAN PRIBBLE Vice-President ..... SELMA RE1sBERG Vice-President ..... FRANCINE ELL1s Secretary . . . . . BILLIE SMITH Secretary . . . . EUGENIA Buss The activities of the lll-A Class this year have made the students and faculty look forward to a successful forthcoming senior class. Qne of our lll-A pupils, Rose Kaufman, Won third place in the traffic contest given in the fall. Our lll-B Christmas Party was given at Sarah Tankus' house. lt was very enjoyable. The "Flavor of Texas," by Frank Dobie, was our contribution to the Texas Memorial Library. For the first time in Forest Avenue l-ligh School the lll-A's gave a Sport Dance, March 25, in the school gym. We are now making plans to give the best Iunior Prom that Forest has ever had. We expect to acomplish a great deal under the guidance of our capable sponsor, Mrs. Brown. -two Abramson, Ruth Akard, Betty Allen, Alice Allen, Lucille Bailey, Dorothy Baise, Eugenia Bane, Helen Becknell, Carolyn Belt, Ernestine Bethel, Murline Blasser, Shirley Bowland, Frances Boyd, Mary Nell Bramlett, Marie Brey, Esther Briggs, Mary Helen Britt, Doris Britton, Ramona Brown, Mellonee Broyles, Alma Busby, Maurine Cannon, Eloise Carpenter, Kathleen Carter, Alma Casey, Mildred Clesi, Iosephine Cole, Marjorie Cooper, Margaret Coplen, Marjorie Corchine, Selma Coward, Iacgueline Cox, Iessie Datft, Louise Aschner, Irvin Bailey, Charles Becker, Irvine .wi Benat, Paul Henry Benno, Louis I ' Bevill, O. . V Burns, Earl Burns, Herschel Clark, Tommy Combs, Durward Donosky, Harold Dunbar, George Ellis, Solon Farmer, Ioe Ferguson, Owens Ford, Ben Gallagher, Iohn Garrison, Pat Gillespie, Tom Gilreath, Bruce Glass, Murvel Hallock, Fred Haynes, Leon III-H Deason, Merle De Gelia, Anne Denney, Marion Dougherty, Margaret Edwards, Gwendolyn Ellis, Francine Engelberg, Ruth Epstein, Margaret Erwin, Betty Falcetti, Sylvia Fogel, Pearl Foster, Mary Evelyn Fox, Beatrice Freeland, Marjorie Gaches, Katherine Hammond, Bernice Harris, Sarah Harrison, Martha Hawkins, Lois Henderson, Vivian Hernandez, Eloisa Hiegel, Louise Hight, Dorothy Hoskins, Iohnnie House, Edith Hunter, Frances Hunter, Mildred Iefiers, Agnes Merle Ienkins, Earline Karlen, Margaret Kaufman, Rose Kellner, Naomi Kent, Lois Margaret Lee, Elizabeth III-H Hendrix, W. A. Hendrix, Wesley Huddleston, Earl Iones, Alfred GIRLS Lewallen, Corinne Lichenstein, Ruth Lively, Margaret Loper, Berniece Loyd, Adele McCullough, Gene McPhail, Fayrene McQueen, Katherine McWilliams, Margie Malone, Roberta Marcus, Rose Mayes, Marguerite Messina, Iosephine Milford, Mona Lee Mims, Kathryn Mize, Mavis Moore, Anita Moseley, Mary Muehlenweg, Clara Mae Newell, Hulene Newman, Billey Fred Nicodemus, Dorothy Nielson, Iuanita Oliphant, Louise Patrick, Lelia Patterson, Ina Payne, Imogene Phelps, Rosemary Pierce, Dorothy Rankin, Estelle Ray, Marci Ray, Ola Ray, Orlene K Reckley, Hazel BOYS Miltner, Bennie Minchew, Robert Mitchell, Herman Montgomery, Mike Iordan, Cecil Mueller, Albert Kellum, I. C. Murk, BillY King, Som Murphy, Iesse Lavine, Norman Packwood, Clare Lee William - erlstein, Leonard Leggett Bill UQ! Willips, luck Levin, Sol A i Levy, Lester Levy, Samuel Light, Sidney Lillebridge, Herbert Lomas, Robert Lyles, Clifford McCutcheon, Robert McQueen, Hubert McWilliams, Robert Mankovsky, lsadore Mead, Allen Mercer, William Poole George Pribble, Norman Ralston, Alton Ray, Lee Rees-Iones, Trevor Ricker, Iohn Robbins, Knox Roberts, Iames Ruttenberg, Iake Saunders, Harold Scott, Bob Scott, O. Q. Scott, Raymond Reckley, Helen Reisloerg, Selma Rogers, Isabell Rosenbloom, Fannie Rosengarten, Inez Ross, Norma Rupard, Flo Marie Saffir, Gloria Segell, Mabel Sevier, Alma Slaughter, Elizabeth Smith, Billie Sneed, Grettle Stover, Eileen Streicher, Elsie Stutts, Ruth Tankus, Sarah Taylor, Dorothy Teel, lone Thorn, Minnie Lu Tiner, Iune Valcik, Olga Waggoner, Kimberlein Walker, De Lois Walker, Ruth Walters, Bernice Walters, Bernita Welch, Edith Weinstein, Anne , Wiley, Eloise Willeford, Opal ' Wilson, Vivian Wisdom, Elizabeth Seay, Hugh Shalette, Ierry Sharpe, Carlton Sherman, Charles Sides, Harold Simon, Lawrence lovak, Frank Smith, Charles D. Sour, Hal Spangler, Eugene Stone, Iimmy Taylor, Orville Turk, Howard Vita, Iulius Wharton, Roy Whitaker, W. T. Williams, Earl Williams, Robert Willis, Connette Wright, Ira Lee Wylie, Morris Young, I. B. Zimmerman, Milton Puge Fifly-three wfmwmirsf vu III-B CLHSS Miss LoULA ELDER Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President ..... MARGARET HARLAN President ..... CRAWFORD BALLARD Vice-President ..... ANNE F 1NEcLAss Vice-President .... EMANUEL MELAUN Secretary . . . PEYTONA McMEANs Secretary .... MARY NELL STEvENsoN This year the lll-B Class is in full swing with Crawiord Ballard as president. The members ot this class have had two aims to which to look forward. One oi the aims was to have all the lll-B's at a class meeting. Another aim was to make these meetings better than any other class meeting in the school. We have been succeeding in our aims. Our class has given one enjoyable skating party at the Kelly Roller Rink. More parties have been planned. l"iffx'-four III-B GIRLS Blair, Margaret Bowers, Emil Bramlett, Billie Louise Broom, Minnie Lee Burton, Frances Carson, Margarette Cassata, Mary Clark, Barbara Clevenger, Madeline Coker, Ruth Coleman, Wilma Cox, Mazelle Dagnal, Kathleen Dickout, Margaret Douglas, Edna Ellis, Nancy Everett, Dorothy Fineglass, Anne France, Wyiona Gilbert, Mary Elizabeth Glanton, Bernice Goff, Roberta Goldstrich, Norma Hale, luanita Harlan, Margaret Allen, K. W. Arnold, Grady Arrant, Alfred Ballard, Crawford Bell, Walt ' , Bog e, ' 1 B st 5' 'fe' n, on I riggs, Herbert Brown, Harry Ben Buchanan, Richard Burnside, Robert Campbell, H. C. Canant, Paul Carter, Thomas Christian, Wayne Colletti, Angelo Curry, Norman Davis, Walter Drennan, I. T. F ischl, Henry Fletcher, Gordon Hensley, Lydie Fay Hobbs, Katherine Ivy, lla lohnson, Billie Iohnson, Dorothy Karchmer, Beverly Kelley, Etha King, Betty Kingsley, Catherine Kousal, Erneive Kovnat, Frances Kynard, Imogene LeBlanc, Helen Lloyd, Helen McCoy, Georgia McDonald, Mary Frances McFarlin, Lillian McMeans, Peyton: Mahaffey, Glendell Malone, Roberta Massey, Fannie Rae Mayes, Marguerite Nelson, luanita Nelson, Mary Ruth Nutt, Amy Lee III-B BOYS Freeman, Ioe Grabstald, Harry Hayth, Iames Hanson, Thomas Hemandez, Allen Howe, August Hranicky, lames Humphreys, I. C. Ingram, Buford Kosan, Ernest Krecek, Harold McBride, Harvey McGee, Gerald McLaun, Emanuel McManemin, Billy Garson, Marilyn Medley, loel Morris, Russell Nicholson, lack Okon, Simon Pasque, Tony Raskin, Isadore Osborne, Billy Owens, Georgia Prewitt, Veda Mae Ransom, Kathryn Satterwhite, Flora Mae Scott, Ruth Shackleford, France: Shaw, Mildred Shelton, Mabel Siegel, Marilyn Simon, Virginia Smith, Lillian Smith, Marjorie Stanford, Louise Stevenson, Mary Nell Stover, Eileen Tibbitts, Leola Trammel, Bertha Wilson,Margaret Winterman, Leah Witt, Polly Wood, Kathryn Wright, Helen Wright, lane Robbins, Leo Sakellariou, Andrew Satterwhite, Carl Seltzer, Marcus Slackney, Edward Sheaner, lack Sigel, Marvin Silverman, Edwin Singer, Milton Smith, L. E. Smith, lack Stafford, Billy Thornell, Tyra Tobolowsky, lack Truman, Corbie R. Watts, Simpson West, Charles Williams, Carroll Wilson, I. T. Withrow, Alton Wood, Billy Zabbia, loe Page Fifty-five X 1 if 2 f R, f 5 i A ,, 5 5 I 5 E it 57 1 If Rx ' VN' - ' 1 ,I , 'M , ' - ,V J M rss.. ax U - II-H CLHSS Miss SARA DAVIDSON Sponsor , O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President ...... CHARLOTTE SHooK President ....... BERNARD FLANZ Vice-President .... HENRIETTA HYMEs Vice-President ..... EVELYN HIRGEL Secretary ...... LETA RAE CANADA Secretary ...... PAULINE CARsoN During the past term the H-A Class has accomplished a great deal. Our programs have been very interesting and entertaining. They have consisted of speeches, talks, songs, and piano solos. We have had two skating parties and both proved successful. They were given at the Kelly Roller Rink. Our president, Bernard Flanz, with the aid oi Richard Block, has improved our knowledge of parliamentary law. The success of our class meetings is due largely to the good Work of our committees. The study posters have been especially helpful. Page Fifty-six ,T x bb, Ackerman, Rosa Lee Addington, Margie Anderson, Ruth Apoy, Maxine Apple, Viola Armstrong, Saralie Aronson, Ruth Bacabus, Iosie Barrow, Vida Mae Beasley, Katherine Benefield, Erma Blalock, Alma Bodach, Dorothy Brian, Kathleen Brown, Helen Ruth Brown, Dorothy Brown, Nina Lee Bryson, Norma Burkley, Lois Carson, Pauline Casey, Beatrice Casey, Mary Edna Coffman, Dorothy Lee Cole, Margaret Cook, Mae Frances Crippen, Dorothy Curtis, Daphne Danielson, Alberta Danner, Helen Dean, Marzelle De Lee, Gladys De Witt, Evelyn Dobbs, Marie Dolmas, lnez Els, Doris Ely, Florence Ely, Freta Emerson, Elizabeth Engelberg, Goldie England, Phyllis English, Virginia Estrada, Geraldine Adams, L. G. Anderson, Charles Balthrop, Ralph Barham, Richard Barnard, Paul Beets, Paul Biggs, Richard Block, Richard Blaha, Charles Blatt, I. D. Boyd, Bill Brand, loe Brandt, Edwin Bronough, lack Brothers, Ralph Brown, Conrad Brown, Floyd Burkley, Lloyd Bush, Robert Caddell, Clyde Caronna, Anthony Cawthorn, Iarnes Cherry, Allen Chisolm, Lenwood Chisolm, Herbert Clanton, Avone Cline, Raymond Colletti, Ioe Conway, George Cooper, Leroy Cooper, Marion Cox, Bob II-H GIRLS Fallin, Bertie lean Farmer, Iune Fisher, Gloria Fisher, La Verne Floyd, Naomi Gaddis, Elizabeth Garonzik, Bettie Iean Garson, Marilyn Goff, Doris Goodman, Sylvia Graham, Ianice Grandee, Margaret Grantland, lva Lee Graul, Mary Catherine Gray, Florence Green, Betty Green, Maidell Grigg, Billie Wanda Grissaffi, Catherine Hales, Evelyn Hammond, Glenzelle Hamusek, Ellie Harmon, De Leon Harris, Ann Harrott, Frances Hausman, Margaret Hawthorne, Nancy Hedgepeth, Katherine Hemphill, Louise Hendrix, Martha Anne Higel, Evelyn Hilley, Maxine Horton, Katherine Houck, Betty lane Houseman, Sherman Hubig, Bessie Huffstetler, Colleen Huie, Mary Hurst, Ruby Mae Hymes, Henrietta Ieffries, Ioy Iohnson, Iune II-H Davis, William Day, Robert Degen, Harold Dickinson, lohn Mack Dodson, Wylie Ely, Lewis Erickson, Roger Flanz, Bernard Frank, Iames Funk, loseph Gilliam, Royal Glanville, Paul Glazer, Irving Goodman, Merwin Graham, Audie Green, Daniel Haley, George Harris, I. B. Hendrix, Thomas Hendrix, W. A. Herman, Billy Hook, Oscar Hummer, Harold H. Isbell, Claude Johnson, Raymond lohnston, U. V. lones, George Thomas lones, Price King, I. Y. Klar, Herman Kress, Marvin Cox, lack Iohnson, Ruth Iones, Robbie Louise Kaufman, Ianice Killingsworth, Katherine Landsberg, Maryline La Rue, Virginia Lester, Doris Lewis, Doris Mae Lillebridge, Helen Line, Lila Mae Logan, Billie McCarter, Fannie McCullough, Doris McMeans, Velina Mark, Dorothy Marsh, Frances Martin, lulia Faye Mayer, Lorenia Miller, luanita Miller, lune Moore, Gwendolyn Morris, Elaine Nathanson, Adlene Newton, Nadine Nobel, Alice Mae Nusbaum, Sara Parrett, Ella Lee Patrick, Ina lean Perew, Thelma Piccola, Rosa Pierce, Dorothy Lee Pickering, Lillian Pickett, Margie Podrosky, Frances Polakoff, Ieanie Price, Katherine Priest, lane Rann, Mary Frances Reed, Vondell Rephan, Mildred Rephan, Ruth Roberts, luanita BOYS Krusz, Walter Lambert, Herbert Lebowitz, Sidney Lemin, loe Lenhart, William Leveen, lay Levine, Samuel Levy, Ioe Lewis, Elmo Lewis, Frank McPhail, Fred McCullough, Thomas Martin, Bert Mason, Durwood May, Robert Miller, Edward Mills, Quincy Mitchell, Harrison Moore, Thomas Moxley, Robert Muehlenweg, Charles Nicodemus, Kenneth Nix, ,Tack Overturf, Iohnnie Pate, Roy Peacock, William Phelps, Bill Phillips, Wesley Pirtle, I. B. Primrose, Arthur Ramsey, lesse Raskin, Herman Romotsky, Ester Lee Rust, Margaret Sanford, Dorothy Sasse, Verna Sevier, Geraldine Shirley, Faye Anne Shook, Charlotte Shor, Emmy Lou Simmons, Eloise Skidmore, Helen Slackney, Iosephine Sloan, Viola Slocum, lewel Squires, lune Stinson, Areta Stricklin, Irene Strong, Frances Sylvester, Viola Tennant, Dorothy Therrell, Dorothy Thiell, Bobbie Thompson, Doris Thompson, Virginia Tibbitts, Roberta Trammell, Donnie Trattner, Elaine Tresp, Virginia Turneabe, Annie Tydeman, Ruth Vanlandingham, Dorothy Vita, Edith Voight, Evelyn Vorin, Gwendolyn Whitaker, Dorothy White, luanita Williams, Billie Ioyce Williams, Dorothy Workman, lennie Worth, Wanda Wood, loy Woody, Margaret Yonach, Bertha Redd, lohnny Rener, Ross Riddell, Ray Earl Robbins, Harold Roberson, Theodore Rushing, lames Scott, Robert Seay, Hugh Seely, Henry Smith, Charles Smith, Edgar Smith, lack Smith, Mashie Stanberry, Volney Stephens, Robert L. Stringfellow, A. B. Strucely, Walter Sulton, Tom Thomas, Eugene Thomas, Kenneth Tuttle, Lloyd Vann, Lloyd Walls, Iohn D. Walthers, Bruce Wheeler, Delbert Williford, Raymond Wilson, D. l. Wolfe, Morris Woodruff, G, C. Woods, Leon Zimmerman, Abe Page Fifty wr eu lfi f I I- B C L H S S MISS LAVINIA RAWLINS Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President ....... BERNARD LEVY President ....... LUCY SCHWARTZ Vice-President .... ORA BEss MCCRAY Vice-President .... MURIEL SILBERMAN Secretary . . . . . BETTY IANE DAVID Secretary .... HENRIETTA BoRENsTE1N The ll-B Class has progressed very much with the aid of its officers and sponsor, Miss Rawlins. Qur programs have included dances, vocal solos, piano solos, and ora- tions. The advertising committee had colorful signs placed on most of the study hall boards. At every meeting our knowledge of parliamentary laws has been in- creased through our parliamentarian. The social committee prepared a most enjoyable party, at which everyone who attended had a marvelous time. ly-vigil! Abrams, Eleanor Aiken, Verdi Lee Adams, Edith Alger, Betty lane Andrews, Mary lo Anstett, Doris Ashner, losephine Ausborne, Valita Beaird, Aileen Beatty, Ilva Lee Bennett, Maxine Bice, Miriam Blalock, Evelyn Blend, Ieanette Boronstein, Henrietta Bramlett, Maxine Brock, Wanda Brooks, Isabelle Bruton, Billie Canada, Leia Rae Carroll, Marjorie Lee Cassata, Lena Cobbel, Iennie Cohn, Adelaide Combs, Laurene Cooper, Marcia Crisp, Helen Cunningham, Lucille David, Bettie lane Deskin, Dorothy Donosky, Marcia Dorough, Dorothy Driggers, Lois Duca, Marie Ailshie, Cecil Allen, Charles Alonzo, loe Barbee, less Barnes, Alvin Beasley, D. W. Bell, Monroe Bledsoe, Elvin Bolton, Billy Bourquin, C. L. Bowden, V. B. Calvert, Royce Campbell, A. D. Conner, R. I. Clark, Emery Cook, W. I. Davis, Samuel Emerson, Clyde Fain, Warren Faircloth, Eston Fields, Charles Fletcher, Donald Ford, Edwin Gentry, Paul Gillespie, Bill Goldberg, Iulian Golman, George II-B GIRLS Dunn, Esther Evans, Helen Embry, Margaret Fain, Elaine Ferguson, Imogene Fink, Betty Ford, Lois Freeland, Marilynn Gattuso, Nanette Gentle, Bennie Ruth Goodman, Allene Goodman, Florence Goodman, Frances Grantham, Mary E Gray, Lydean Green, Theresa Hadaway, Pauline Harkins, Edna Harris, Clara Belle Heilin, Vivian Hickman, Elizabeth Hiett, Katie Mae Hilderman, Theresa Hitchcock, Lorene Holtman, Gretchen Horton, Clara Bell Howard, Dorothy Howe, Esther Huckabee, Ivy lo Hussucker, Anita laco, Mary Ianner, Iva Marie Johnson, Clytelle Iones, Fern Iordan, Evelyn Keith, Helen Kitts, Earline Klein, Frances Kynard, Evelyn Langston, Kathryn Lazzaro, Mary Lemaster, Margaret Leocadi, Sara Marie Lewis, Irene Lichenstein, Maurine Little, Freida Love, Theda Lucky, Katherine McCray, Ora Bess McGowan, Ruth McKinney, Lois McKnight, Margaret McWilliams, Maxine Martin, Helen Mays, Edith Michaelson, Selma Minx, Alberta Moore, Wanda Owens, Aliene Parker, Norma Petty, Gloria Phelps, Madeline Pilgram, Neta Fae Potter, Virginia Powell, Nell Prasiika, Mildred Ray, Marian Reeder, Betty Mae II-B BOYS Goss, Robert Lee Grady, Melvin Grier, Kenneth Grubbs, Paul Hardy, Hamilton Harmer, Fred Harrison, lack Hearne, George Hilley, lack Hollon, E. R. Huddleston, Leroy Humphrey, Leslie Humphus, Martin Ingram, loe Iohnson, Fred Iones, Harold Ray Keeton, Eugene Kriss, Eddie Kuykendall, Kenneth Lamb, Aron Landry, Wilson Levy, Bernard Lipton, Ierry Looney, Iohn Ludwick, Iimmie Madans, Morton Malone, William Masters, Henry McCarley, Robert McCoy, I. H. McNally, Bill McNorton, R. B, McQueen, Fred Miller, Andrew Moore, lack Moores, lesse Morris, Edgar Moseman, Marvin Nance, Bill Nelms, Arnold Palmer, Hulet Parrish, Lloyd Pennington, Dearyl Phelps, Milton Powell, Harrell Putman, Paul Raskin, Stanley Rimmer, Milland Roberts, Dan Rodden, Iames Rogers, Ioe Rubinette, Norman Rice, Bonnie Lee Roberts, Dorothy Rogers, Billy Rose Rupe, Annie Salyer, Iune Sanders, Imogene Schwartz, Lucy Shaw, Dorothy Shearin, Sarah lane Silberman, Muriel Smith, Doris lean Smith, Marylynne Sparks, Barbara Stewart, Virginia Stillman, Clara Belle Stovall, ludith Stowe, Ina Mae Sutton, Naomi Taylor, Sarah Terry, Evelyn Thomas, Eunice Tobolowsky, Miriam Ussery, Iuanita Ventura, Ianette Wadsworth, Rosalie Wallace, Betty Ioe Webb, Gertrude Wells, Ellan White, Beulah Lee Whittington, Mildred Williams, Martha Wingo, Geraldine Wright, Elsie Mae Sanford, Ioe Bob Sorrels, Charles Scott, Floyd Selzer, Simon Shelton, Andrew Shields, Doyle Simon, Robert Singletary, W. G. Smith, Myron Studdard, Barney Thornton, Leroy Tomlin, Billy lim Tucker, W. P. Utter, Robert Utay, Marvin Vann, Dewey Vodicka, Stanley Voight, Leroy Welch, Lloyd Wheeler, Doyle Whitlow, Claude Wilson, lack Woodard, Alvin Woodside, Bobbie Yates, Charles Zelazny, Henry Page Ivffg nine' I-H CLHSS Miss RUTH CHRISTOPHER, Sponsor Miss MARGARET BREWER, Co-Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President ....... IULIUS COLEMAN President ....... EDWIN ORNISH 'Vice-President . . . MARY LoUIsE MILLER Vice-President . . . DOROTHY MARIE BAIN Secretary .... KATHERINE RAETOROLUS Secretary ....... MARIE LOMAS We ot the l-A Class think we have accomplished a great deal under the guidance of our sponsors, Miss Ruth Christopher and Miss Margaret Brewer. Our programs are divided into two sections, one week is devoted to guid- ance, and the following to entertainment. Several mothers have attended the class meetings, and we are very glad to have any of them to visit us at all times. Many teachers have spoken to us on different subjects. Some ot these speakers were Mr. C. L. Ford, Major Harry E. Menezes, anol Miss Alice Har- rington. Several of the clubs have sent representatives to tell the freshmen about their clubs. They have also helped us with parliamentary law. The Chorus members usually give us a program, which we always enjoy. SJ K I if rbney, Cordie tckerman, Gertrude ilexander, Lucille Lronoff, Shirley irrant, Stella Fae rabb, Bernice rain, Dorothy raird, Billie Joan rallard, Margaret Ball, Nellie ranks, Frances rarge, Jeanne arnard, Leone rates, Edrea iarshop, Marguerite Lasket, Edna Mae tassett, Mary Sue Beasley, Iris Belt, Georgia Bethel, Betty Billion, Doris Blanchard, Betty tlaydes, Margaret Sock, Ethel Boland, Louise Bolin, Florence Sourguin, Lois Boyce, Virginia Bradford, Florene Bragg, Joyce Broyles, Helen Bunting, Betty Lou Burden, Doris Burns, Norma arbone, Serafina arnes, Patsy arter, Anna Ruth ash, Ruth asper, Lois enter, Irene lamo, James Edward lexander, Marvin llen, Robert llen, Thomas llison, Joe rcher, Bobby rgowitz, Jack shworth, Calvin aker, Tollie akula, Melvin alija, Leonard , arker, Wayne Barshop, Fred Blalack, Levelyn Brecht, Louie Breeding, Marvin Brigham, N. W. Britton, John Bronough, Billie Bob Brooks, Edward Brooks, Eugene Browning, Wallace Bryant, Ross Byers, Leon Sannaday, Wendell Sarey, Karl Carter, Clifford Clark, Billy Coker, Billy Coleman, Julius Chaffin, Ina Lee Chastain, Helen Louise Chatten, Lillian Cherry, Clara Belle Claunch, Joyce Cleveland, Flora Cochrane, Maxine Crim, Lucille Cumming, Shirley Daugherty, Eva Davis, Betty Rose Day, Leatrice Joy Dickhout, Doris Drake, Billie Frances Drake, Hayden Duncan, Ruth Eckeberger, Charlette Ewalt, Pauline Fartner, Margaret Flatt, Dorothy Flowers, Dorothy Ford, Lydie Ann Foster, Viola France, Voleta Freed, Pearl Gary, Betty Gigglemann, Dorothy Goodman, Mary Goolsby, Ella Fae Gourley, Erma Grant, Helen Grantland, Irene Griffin, Wanda Mae Grindle, Helen Gross, Katie Pearl Gruver, Mary Jane Guckenheimer, Miriam Guthery, Nadine Hale, Imogene Hall, Irene Collette, T. J. Corbett, P. H. Cox, Anson Crosson, Robert Crouch, Bob Culibrk, Trifko Cunningham, Fred Davis, Charles Dean, Conrad Denison, Grover DeVoe, Pete Dorman, Charles Dossett, Edwin Dowdy, Perry DuBose, Wade Edmondson, Howard Ehrenberger, Frank Elam, Cecil Ely, Jerome Emerson, Alex English, Jimmie Fisher, Durwood Flood, Jack Ford, Charles Ray France, Alva Frauman, Israel Garrett, C. W. Geco, Roy Gershowitz, A. J. Gilkerson, George I I-H GIRLS Hamlen, Verene Hancock, Dorothy Hancock, Maribeth Harbison, Hazel Hard, Ellen Hardin, June Harlan, Ruby La Verne Harman, Shirley Horton, Edith Hatter, Betty Hatton, Marguerite Hawkins, Frances Henry, Edwettia Henry, Thelma Henry, Vounceil Hembree, Theda Hembrick, Alice Herring, La Verne Heyman, Eva Hicks, Dorothy Hight, Margaret Hillis, Ida Pearl Hranicky, Geneva Humphreys, Fay Jacks, Dorothy James, Doris Jenkins, Dorothy Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Nona Faye Jones, Wilma Kaplan, Sylvia Keller, Catherine Kessler, Ethel Kieke, Annie Rose Killingsworth, Lillian King, Ethel Mae King, Gertrude Kinnard, Doris Kizer, Emily Knight, Maxine LH Gilmore, Lloyd Goodstein, Harry ottlieb, Richard Gray, Logan Green, Eudell Grimes, J. R. Grisham, Bill Hager, Calvin Hale, Eugene Hamilton, Robert Harris, M, S. Hart, Amos Havins, Felton Harvey, Marvin Helvey, Tilson Henderson, E. K. Hermanson, Jack Hernandez, Allan Hilderbrand, Byron Hodkinson, John Holland, Clinton Hollywood, Ralph Horton, Bernard House, James Hranicky, John Hurdler, Johnny Hunter, Warren lngle, Lester Jackson, Blan James, Bob Jarvis, Vandon Kolenovsky, Margaret Lambert, Loyce Langston, Ava Laye, Maxine Leath, Helen Lee, Marvis Lenhart, Wanda Lomas, Marie Longly, Athol Mahaffey, Aileen Maples, Elizabeth Margro, Blanche Maris, Prebble Rae Martens, Betty Jo Martin, Doris Jean Mauldin, Mary Francis Mauldin, Ruby Nell Maxwell, Elizabeth McLeary, Dorothy McKinney, Bettie Jane McOuagge, Anna Jean Melton, Wanda Merk, Agnes Merritt, Billie Clyde Miller, Mary Louise Montague, Doris Morgan, Dorothy Morris, Beverley Mullins, Maxine Mumpower, Mary Murchison, Margaret Murphy, Alverta Napper, Louise Newell, Vivian Newman, Grace Nicodemus, Ramah Nixon, Peggy Nunn, Ida Marie O'Shea, Kathleen Palmer, Marjorie BOYS Jennings, Leslie Johnson, Douglas Jones, Raymond Kasten, Wilbur Kelley, Jack Kennedy, Holton Kidwell, Cecil Keike, Erwin King, Granville King, Kenneth Korpianock, Maury Krecek, Lloyd Kuykendall, Dudley La Barba, Jo Landsberg, Isadore Levy, Milton Lovelace, Dalton Lynch, Carvis Massey, William McCallum, Bill McCrary, Elmo McCorckle, Lee McOuagge, Maurice Mercer, Charles Merendino, J. B. Miller, Carol Milwee, Robert Moody, Joe Moore, James Morris, Leslie Nance, James Payne, Wynez Paynter, Juanita Pendleton, Mozelle Perry, Dorothy Phipot, Viola Pine, LaVerne Portman, Edith Price, Betty Price, Dorothy Raftopolos, Katherine Raiden, Bettye Rambo, Carleta Ray, Edna Louise Redus, Hazel Redman, Norma Jean Richardson, Louise Robinson, Maebeth Rodgers, Lorene Runo, Mary Rolls, Imogene Rosenbaum, Nellie Rosenstock, Toba Lena Ruskin, Sophie Russell, Doris Sample, Juanita Sakellariou, Faye Scarborough, Elizabeth Scultz, Mavis Seguin, Frances Shackleford, Eva Mae Silvergold, Frances Skinner, Lucille Slaughter, Gertrude Smith, Betty Lynne Smith, Patricia Sparks, Patricia Spears, Doris Jean Spreen, Amelia Starke, Elsie Steed, Loula Nicholas, Mart Nielson, Everett Norris, Roy Nurre, Bernard Oakley, Glenn Ornish, Edwin Parker, Billy Parks, Alfred Parnell, Olen Paschall, Wylie Paxton, Jack Peacock, William Petty, Paul Phillips, Walter Porterfield, R. C. Priest, Linwood Priolo, Leo Ralston, Elven Rener, Bonnie Riley, Sherman Ritter, James Roberts, Walter Rogers, Charles W. Rucker, Care Russell, Troy Russell, William Saucier, Richard Saunders, Lloyd Shessel, Herbert Shuptrine, Jimmie Stevens, Margaret Stewart, Ruth Bernice Stewart, Lometa Stone, Frances Stovall, Vivian Sweeney, Naomi Tarno, Verna Dean Taylor, Willie Ruth Teman, Olga Terry, Billie Ruth Torian, Louise Trulove, Barbara Turk, Pauline Turner, Willie Ruth Umphress, Annice Vieregge, Frances Walling, Edith Walker, Joy Ward, Ruth Welch, Lois Wendell, Joyce Westmoreland, Mildred Whitcomb, Janet White, Kathryn White, Marjorie Whitmore, Bessie Wilhelm, Era Mae Williams, Bettie Williams, Frances Willman, Louise Wingate, Geraldine Wolfe, Billie Jean Wolfe, Doris Wood, Pauline Woods, Virginia Wright, Helen Young, Betty Lou Youngflesh, Anna Gene Zanella, Hazel Jean Small, Harry Smallwood, Joe Smith, Teddy Stoller, Jack Sultis, Pete Taylor, Arlie Thorn, Billie Thrasher, Henry Thurwood, Jimmie Tucker, Walton Vinson, George Walker, Dale Walthall, James Wasserman, Irvine Watkins, Lorrie Weberman, Ben Weil, Cecil Weinkrantz, Phil Wilensky, Leon Wilonsky, Sol Wiman, Leo Wisdom, Irvin Withrow, Leslie Womack, Ray Woods, Martin Woods, Ray Woody, Clinton Worley, Willard Yandell, Raymond Yarbrough, James Page Sixty-one I-B CLHSS MISS RUTH CHRISTOPHER, Sponsor MISS ANNIE GEM FELDER, Co-Sponsor O F F I C E R S SPRING Presidents . . . . . . . HARRY and IERRY HOFFMAN Vice-President . ..... NORMAN LEVINE Secretary ....,................... CHARLES WEBER Our l-B Class holds joint meeting with the l-A Class every other Wednes- day morning. During this semester We have had some excellent times at our class meet- ings. The programs have been very enjoyable. Some of our outstanding talent have been Emily Cook, Charles Weber, Leta Mae West, and lohn Chandler. Our main aim has been to learn all the School yells and songs. Charles D. Smith and Billie Louise Rogers have been very kind to help us in learning some of the yells and songs. Billie Louise Rogers is also our "Echo" reporter. Page Sixty-two ckerman, Ieanette lexander, Beatrice ngrist, Gloria iallas, Fannie lard, Octa May Sandy, Iuanita Barham, Elaine Barnett, Fern Barrow, Marguerite Bateman, Connie Marie tennett, Mary Berry, Betty Iane Sills, Pauline Brown, Thelma Surge, Katherine Burleson, Annie M. addell, Emma antrel, Earnestine arter, Ieannie arter, Martha arr, Mary A. arroll, Mary hastant, Patricia herry, Iuanita lark, Doris lark, Pearl oleman, Grace ollins, Geraldine ombs, Allie Iean ook, Emily ook, Iuanita ox, Dorothy rane, Iuanita risp, Wilma rowe, Iuanita kin, Ray utry, Arthur aker, I. H. althrop, Kenneth arkley, H. G. arrow, Russel each, Raymond erry, Hilbert Braun, Phil royles, Billy Burton, Mason alhoun, Philo Chandler, Iohn Cline, Denny Cobb, Daniel ohen, Leon ,Cole, Emery Collett, Garland Conner, Donald Cox, Charley Cox, Iohnny Cox, Willie Cummings, Lawrence Curry, Roy Darby, Earl Darby, Eldren Davis, Robert K. Dees, Charles Denny, Iack Edward, Galen Crow, Dorotha Cuthriell, Chloe D'Ablemont, Ernestine D'Ablemont, Pauline Dodson, Anita Doaky, Ellen Doty, Doris Douglas, Evelyn Eaves, Katheryn Eherhardt, Ioline Engleberg, Eva Farley, Dorothy Fischel, Dorothy Fisher, Valeta Mae Fleming, Hazel Freeman, Helen Ruth Gamel, Marie Geeo, Ruby Gentsch, Sue Gerloff, Frances Gilford, Evelyn Golden, Marcia Graham, Iettie Lee Green, Florine Grisom, Lois Gutman, Miriam Hale, Augusta Hale, Victoria Haney, Iane Hansord, Lorine Harrot, Edith Hart, Mary Frances Heath, Edge Lee Hendrix, Mary Henry, Selma Edwards, Iohnny Embry, William Faircloth, Audrian Ferguson, George W. Flanagan, Edward Fleisher, Dave France, Iames Freeman, Iack Genther, William E. Gill, Elmer Glasser, Sidney Goldgar, Wilfred Gonzales, Thomas Goodwin, Lamar Goss, Leslie Greer, Melvin Guthrie, Ioe Hahn, Iames Hall, I . W. Halper, Stanley Hardy, Emmett Harris, Clay Helfenstine, Ioe Henderson, Hugh Henry, A. C. Henry, Lenord Henry, Thomas Hodge, Charles Hoffman, Harry Hoffman, Ierry I- I B GIRLS Hoffs, Imogene Hodde, Rosa Lee Holifield, Virginia Hope, Imogene Howard, Margie Hunsucker, Naomi Hunter, Cora Lee Hunter, Katherine lngle, Ioy Inmon, Mildred Israel, Iosephine Iohnson, Marvin Marie Iones, Charlyne Iordan, Constance Kahn, Betty Linz Keith, Ethel Kelly, Ethel Keneagh, Dolores Kennington, Almeta King, Majorie Kiser, Pauline Kovnat, Dolores Lankford, Odo Langham, Mary E. Lazzaro, Mary Levi, Elaine Lewis, Mary Elizabeth Lewis, Opal Lloyd, Billie Duck Loos, Dorothy Lowe, Alberta Lumbard, Eleanor Lumbord, Margaret Lunday, Mary L. McClaren, Dale B BOYS Hope, Gordon Huber, George Hulme, Kenneth Iohnson, Melvin Iones, Charles F. Iones, L. G. Turner, Wayne Knight, Gregory Kovsky, Hyman Lacy, Billy Lambert, Clarence Lee, Edward Lemaster, Clinton Levine, Norman Lewis, Richard Lloyd, Billy Dick Looney, Charles Lucky, Louis H. McCoy, Earl McCreary, I. C. McFarland, Robert Maddox, George Maidow, Ioe Marco, Gus Montgomery, Odette Morris, Frank Morton, Edward O"Brien, Iimmie Palmer, Iames M. Patterson, Charlie McCoy, Bertie McGee, Doris McKnight, Melba McRae, Trellis Io McWilliams, Io Etta McWilliams, Ioyce Macabes, Virginia May, Mary Frances Merideth, Dorothy Miller, Carmen Miller, Olga Iean Mirsky, Gene Montgomery, Odette B. Moraskie, Iosephine Murphy, Peggy Anne Murray, Margaret Nelson, Ruby Fae Ogletree, Iudy Anne Olsowski, Carlyn Pace, Maggie Lee Parker, Maude Perkins, Margie Perlstein, Eva Preslar, Margaret Rabinowitz, Claire Raines, Georgia Randles, Martha Io Raskin, Rosa Lee Ratcliffe, Nora Ray, Iewell Reeves, Doris Rice, Emeline Richardson, Doris Richmond, Nellie Richmond, Oleta Paroski, Tom Pine, Iames Plant, Alvin Pokladnik, Frank Poole, Ben Potts, I. W. Razovsky, Iack Reed, Odie Rephan, Leroy Riggs, Frank Roberts, Loyd Robins, Lester Robison, Iohnny Roper, Randolph Ross, William Rosenzweig, David Rubenstein, Marvin Rubinett, Iarrell Russell, Troy Samford, Tommie Sanders, Earl Sanford, Iohn R. Seely, Allen Shaw, Iack Shub, Iack Stalcup, Bobbie Stamps, Bennett Stanberry, Edward Stanisci, Angela Stewart, Iohn Roberts, Mildred Ruff, Wanda Sawyer, Elizabeth Sewal, Ioyce Shepard, Dorothy Shields, Maxine Shumate, Dorothy I. Simmons, Mark LaFaye Slay, Marjorie Smith, lona Sordelet, Dorotha Stamps, Ella Stanford, Betty Stem, La Verne Stinson, Esther Stovall, Wanda Stribling, Faye Sutcliffe, Dorothy Taylor, Kathleen Thompson, Nelva Turk, Marion Vickert, Dolores Vineyard, Franco:- Walker, Dolly Walker, Imogene Ward, Ada Warner, Therle Weltman, Harriet West, Letha Mae Wiloman, Billie Wolven, Vertie Lee Woodul, Dorothy Worley, Mildred Workman, Emilie Stiff, Bill Stone, I. C. Stratton, Gerald Stutts, Iames Swafford, Billy Thompson, Albert Iack Tillery, Eric Tiner, Bill Townsen, Iack Tracy, Iack Tullos, Howard Turner, Wayne Tuttle, Alex Tyler, Clifford Van Huss, Robert Veal, Billy Waggoner, Rhodney Walker, Harold Walters, Charles Weber, Charles Weinberg, Iack Whitehead, William Wilhite, Connie William, William C. Williford, Melvin Wilson, Haymond Winters, Daniel Wood, LeRoy Wright, Orville Zatlo, Alexander Page Sixty-three 77 7? D7 9 W Left to right: Row One 1. "Hooray for what!" Lester Levy anc Dave Butcher? Z. "Nine men and a girl." Fannie Rosen bloom is the girl. 3. A few of the big noises from the band Row Two All lined up ior the SOUND OFF. Row Three l. A. I. Gershowitz receives a military uplift! 2. Beat it out, boys. 3. Lieutenant Alton Ralston and his bodyguard. 4. "Now Gentlemen." Row Four Forests contribution to West Point: lack McClure. Row Five 1. The big noise during the fifth period. 2. Company D's Captain Merwin Hoff- man, and Sergeant Allen McNeal practicing being a Bigger Shot, fv 'SWK fn ,gym 'L 4 2, af. -is 'A V in 1, 1 v, . awww' " 'X ci Aff zfg Af, - J ' - Commandant .Lieutgant-Colonel R. O. T. C. The enrollment of the cadet corps at Forest Avenue High School has steadily increased in numerical strength and general efficiency during the past few years. This year the corps has an enrollment of 390 men, which is the largest enrollment during recent years. The Forest corps ranks in the upper bracket in its standing with other Dallas schools. ln the 1938 Federal lnspection the corps tied for second place. This reflects the serious efforts on the part of the per- sonnel, and is proof that military training is popular with patrons of the school and their sons. The company from Forest Avenue High School Won the most im- portant honors at Camp Dallas in 1937. At Camp Dallas, the West Point of the cadet corps, our company Won the "Self Discipline and thefBest Inspection Cups." ln addition to this, Lieutenant-Colonel Bill Holland won the medal for being the most efficient company commandery Cap- tain Peter Patton, the most efficient Lieutenant, and Captain Wallace Thrower, the most efficient officer in the band. LAWRENCE WIGBELS Company A A hard-working, ener- getic young man, he is al- ways reaching for the high- est rank in the ladder of ambition. At Camp Dallas he brought home the cov- eted Sergeant's Efficiency Award and at present has one of the best companies in school. MERWIN HOFFMAN Company D A fine officer, he is well liked by all his fellow offi- cers. His humor is very en- tertaining to those who are associated with him. Mer- win was Forest's repre- sentative for the Civitan Award at Camp Dallas during l937. Captains PETER PATTON Company B A stickler for discipline, he shows us that size means nothing. At Camp Dallas he showed his worth by winning the dis- tinguished honor of being the best second lieutenant in camp. WALLACE THROWER Band The captain of swing at Forest, he keeps all the students tapping time when he brings his well-trained cadets upon the field. He brought honor to Forest when he was elected to lead the famous Camp Dallas Band. DEWEY FISHER Company C The pride of the corps, he is a dashing captain, a good soldier, and an all-round good fellow. Dewey has won his way into the hearts of his men, and has gained their re- spect through friendship. STAGG RENZ Rifle Team Stagg is a dashing "Don Iuan" whose prowess at firing a rifle is unexcelled. He is a good sport, a true friend, and, although a major, enjoys the com- pany of priyates. "Qui 3 PSM l I l 1 l l f--1 -Z'!f"yf1i gfff- 71 l Tcp Row: Vhglcels, Patton, Fisher Ecttom Hcw3 Hoffman, Thrcwer, Benz pug, Si,,fy,5H,,,, -,f ML . 'iufwwf Military Staff FROM LEFT TO RIGHT HENRY GEIEFIS, Adjutant, First Lieutenant STAGG RENZ, Executive Officer, Major ALEX BARR, Intelligence Oiticer, First Lieutenant BILL HOLLAND, Lieutenant-Colonel TED BRYAN, Supply Otticer, Second Lieutenant WILLIS ABLES, Ordinance Otticer, Second Lieutenant lv, :H I P g S xty-eight K Q E a N Woonrtow TSUKAHARA The Oommandant's iaith- tul and enthusiastic assist- ant, Woodrow Tsukahara. I-le is well known and re- spected loy the cadets, every one of Whom he can call by narne. l Ii: First Bow, left to riqhtr' Menezes, Benz, Hoffinan, Fisher, Patton, Wiqbels, Levy, Holland, Second Row, left to riqht: Thomas, Smith, Ftalston, Griffis, Aschner, Lyles, Butcher. Third Bow, left to Iiqht: Boyd, Liqht, Aronofsky, Lavine, Ables, Barr, Bryan. Not in picture: Wallace Thrower, MENEZES, HARRY E. HOLLAND, BILL . RENZ, STAGG . FISHER, DEWEY . HOFFMAN, MERWIN PATTON, PETER . . THROWER, WALLACE WIGBELS, LAVJRENCE BOYD, H. A .... BARR, ALEX . GRIFPIS, HENRY . R. O. T. C. Officers OFFICERS I Gio-- ,Q ,Vw-..f' . . Cornmandant RALS ON, ALi'oN , . LieutenantfColonel THOMAS, HARVEY . . . . . . Major ASCHNER, IRVIN . . . . Captain ARONOFSY, JULIUS . . . Captain ABELS, WILLIS . . . Captain BRYAN, TED . , . . Captain BUTCHER, DAVE . . . . Captain LIGHT, SIDNEY . . . . First Lieutenant . First Lieutenant . First Lieutenant SMITH, CHARLES . LAVINE, NORMAN . LYLES, CLIFFORD . LEVY, LESTER . . Second Lieutenant - 1 ,N,-an . First Lieutenant . First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Second Lieutenant Pagf' Sn I3 mm Company .Ma Ma:li.l,l I Captain Sergeants Wigbels, Lawrence Second Lieutenants Levy, Lester Lyles, Clifford Summerfield, Edward First Sergeant Lee, William Barham, Richard Butler, Harold Fletcher, Gordon King, Sam Melton, Alton Wald, Sol Corporals Adams, L. G. Briggs, Richard Pr Harrison, lack Pate, Roy W'alls, Iohn D. Walthers, Bruce Puge Seventy ivates Beach, Raymond Beville, William Brown, Conrad Caddell, Clyde Carter, Clifford Chandler, Iohn Cox, Anson Cummings, Lawrence Degen, Harold Davis, Charles Gershowitz, A. I. Glanville, Paul Gilmore, Lloyd Gottlieb, Richard Golrnan, George Golrnan, joe Garris, M. G. Hendrix, W, A. Hiett, Edgar Hodges, Charles Humphus, Martin Iordon, Cecil King, l. Y, Levy, Milton Lipton, Ierry Maidow, loe 5 McCoy, Kid Martin, Bert Murlc, Billy Parker, Billy Poladnic, Frank Ralston, Elvin Rener, Ross Rosenzweig, jake Scott, O. Q. Saunders, Lloyd Satierwhite, Carl Sharp, Carlton Sherrnan, Charles Smith, L. E. Stamps, Bennett Tobolowsky, lack Thorton, Leroy Tracy, lack Walters, Charles Wasserman, Irving Williams, Earl Wilonslcy, Sol Wilson, D. I. Attached Holland, Bill--Lt,-Col. Scott, BobfColor Sgt l 'I 1 aw- Eil' '-'lisa .u -.., Company t .1 Q tl. Privates Ailshie, Cecil Allison, loe Anderson, Eugene Balthrop, Ralph Ballard, Crawford Beets, Paul Bledsoe, Elvis Bourquin, C. L. Bowden, V. B. Brooks, Eugene Brothers, Ralph Christian, Wayne Clark, H. G. Collette, Sam Combs, Durwood Cox, lohnny Davis, Kenneth Dickson, Iohn Dunbar, George Ford, Edwin Gilkerson, George Gilliam, Royal Grady, Melvin . Nw? x I 4 Green, Daniel Hallack, Fred Humphreys, Leslie Iarvis, Vandon Iones, Price Lenhart, William Leon, Louis Lynch, Carvis May, Robert McKnight, Harris Moore, Thomas Moxley, Robert Nelms, Arnpld Nurre, Bernard Peacock, Robert Potteriield, R, C, Roberts, Lloyd Rubinstein, Norman Smith, Milton Samford, Randolph Taylor, Orville Tucker, Walton Wisdom, Irvin Zimmerman, Abe Captain Serqeants Patton, Peter First Lieutenants Barr, Alex Boyd, H. A. Second Lieutenants Ables, Willis Butcher, Dave Canant, Paul Frank, lanies Kellum, l. C. Pribble, Norman Samford, Ioe Bob Saunders, Harold W.-..., .. mums Corporals Barnard, Paul Erickson, Roger Mead, Allen Primrose, Arthur Walters, Howard Pug? S:'l'l'l1f3 o Jr' Company .W MM. A ,, . ,N . ,,, 3 ri Wynnw- Quin' Captain Sergecmts Fisher, Dewey Second Lieutenants Aschner, lrvin Lavine, Norman Thomas, Harvey Keeton, Oneal Klar, Herman McNeal, Allen Robertson, Theo Corporcxls Privates Bell, Walter Bronaugh, lack Drennan, T. I. Harris, l. B. Melaun, Emanuel Poole, George Strucely, Walter In QL 9t'z'w1ly-I nn Beasley, D. W. Blaha, Charles Bopp, Richard Bronaugh, Billy Brown, Floyd Brown, Phil Campbell, H. C, Carey, Karl Clark, Emery Cohen, Leon Coleman, lulius Colletti, Angelo Cox, Charles Crouch, Bob Dorman, Charles Ely, Lewis Fischl, Henry Ford, Charles Gill, Ford Gray, Logan Green, Melvin Hoblcinson, lohn Halper, Stanley Harmon, Howard Harris, Clay Harvey, Marvin Havins, Felton Henderson, E. K. Henry, Leonard Hernandez, Allen Hilley, lack House, lames Huddleston, Earl Ingram, Buford lohnson, Raymond lones, Harold Korpianock, Maury Krakotf, lerry Lambert, Clarence Lernin, loe Levine, Samuel Lewellen, I. T. Lewis, Richard Lomas, Robert McQueen, Hubert Miller, Carl Moore, Thomas Palmer, Hulett Parks, Alfred Paschall, Wylie Peacock, William Ramsey, lesse Rephan, Leroy Riley, Sherman Rimmer, Millard Roberts, Walter Robins, Lester Rubinett, Iarrell Rubinstein, Harold Sanders, Earl Scott, Raymond Thomas, Eugene Thomas, Kenneth Thrasher, Henry Townsend, lack Tuttle, Lloyd Veal, Bill Wade, Horace Winters, Andrew Woody, Clinton Wright, Orville Wright, Ira Wheeler, Doyle Company Privates Barkley, H. G. Bell, Monroe Box, lack Brown, Robert Burkley, Lloyd Clark, Tommy Cline, Danny Curry, Roy Cline, Raymond DeVoe, Pete Faircloth, Eston Fields, Charles Firor, George Freeman, lack Goldgar, Wilfred Hardy, Emmett Harmer, Fred Henderson, Hugh Isbell, Claude lones, Raymond lohnson, Douglas LaBarba, loe Looney, Iohn Lucky, Charles Malone, William McCullum, Bill McCarley, Robert McCreay, I. M. Mosesman, Marvin Murphy, lesse Robbins, Leo Robbins, lack Rodden, lames Rubinett, Norman Rushing, lames Shaw, Charles Shelton, Andrew Shield, Doyle Stephen, R, L. Strickland, Frank Studdard, Barney Thorn, Billy Tiner, Bill Tucker, M. P. Utter, Robert Vann, Dewey Weinberg, lack Woodside, Bobby 'vVithrow, Alvin Woods, Leon Williams, Carol Yarbrough, lames Young, I. B. Zelazny, Henry Captain Hoffman, Merwin Mczior Renz, Stagg First Lieutenant Ralston, Alton Second Lieutencmts Bryan, Ted Griftis, Henry ' Robins, Knox Smith, Charles Serqeants Ellis, Solon Montgomery, Mike Patrick, Dallas Phelps, William Roberts, Iames Robins, I. B. Wheeler, Delbert Corporuls Bush, Robert Campbell, A. D. Grier, Kenneth McNally, Bill Mueller, lack Selzer, Simon Simon, Lawrenc Simon, Robert Slovak, Frank Utay, Marvin F S gl . Pagr' Sv: wzfi ilu N' 4--ii" " l ju-11--W-A W BHND Sergecmts Ely, Bernard Giqqleman, L. A. Levin, Sol McManemin, Billy Shackman, Elton Captain Thrower, Wallace Second Lieulencmls Aronofsky, lulius Liqhf, Sidney Firsi Sergeant Fallin, W. C. . .--v , I iff: 'Q' ,M 9 . 'in ls. rlkfygi ' f li - ....., A 6. - , We-gg,-4'g'gi9: yfif e my M W e ew , L, R"r,3 . 3 ,f ., A 1 i i 2 r, , : J, ' in H J? - it i f-'95 f' .i,e.:2!,i- C , ,,.. VAII I ,4?,w,,.MJ,j: 1 , , ...M-ff" ' 1' i - r -r P- W... .. ,, , , , VK .Wife -ki f A 'i",lI-i f ' A Ax' ' -'A A ' it ' K' " 5 " ,Pl ' f if : , A J . E if lil if A f .W F ' m e J.. -I 5-1 ' f ,- 5 .. '12 ?53-iilf al' , . , ' fi. ' .3 Q ei: .. W f ss Yrkk -,k. K K V' A - 5' I Vkkr ik' - 4, f ?'zgzY?2g Pagi' Sm Ullf-Y-f01H' Privaies Arrant, Alfred Archer, Bobby Barshop, Fred Baleja, Leonard Brown, Robert Davis, William Edwards, Galen Fletcher, Donald Flood, lack Glazer, lrvin Hoffman, Jerry Hoffman, Harry Hollon, E, R. Kasion, Wilbur McQueen, Gred Millwee, Robert Corporals Carter, Thomas Cox, Bob Cox, lack Landry, Wilson Miller, Edward Willis, Connette Maddox, George Mercer, William Nichols, Iimmy Nix, lack Ornish, Edwin Palmer, lames Rozoslcy, lack Smallwood, loe Soltes, Elton Slackney, Edwar Smiih, lack Van Huss, Bobby Woodruff, G, C. Watts, Simpson d Willeford, Waymond Yates, Charles I 1 Holland, Bill Patton, Peter Hoiirnan, Merwin Wiqbels, Lawrence Ables, Willis Ralston, Alton Bryan, Ted Scott, Bob Sum rneriield, Edward Robbins, l. B. McNeal, Allen Aschner, lrvin Frank, lanies Pribble, Norman Saunders, Harold Wald, Sol RIFLE TEHM Captain Benz, Staqq IWLMJQLQ-1-,f gfgz L, Row 1. 2. 3. Row 1. 2. Row l. 2. 3. Row 1. 2. Row l. 2. 3. .W One Our yell-leaders: Billie Smith, Iimmie Nichols, Annette White, Coy Strick land, and Dewey Fisher. Shepard, Hutchinson, and Allison tak ing their football seriously. Horace Simmons, waiting for the boy: to get thirsty. Two H. C. Balthrop and Mr. Parker in c moment of suspense. 1 Long may this banner wave. Three Shepard, Allison, and La Borne, stars of the Champs, Faculty Basketbal. Team. Strike one! Time out from tennis. Four Lions, get that ball! Smear those Wolves! The Forest rooting section. "Yeo Green!" ' Five Boulton giving the tennis stars a sales talk. Last minute instruction. "Get cr lead and hold it!" Returning heroes after the victory over Adamson. V , . -Spy. ,, iS.-f-QM fs? gk ALVA SHEPHARD Football, Head Coach Baseball, Head Coach RICHARD ALLISON Basketball, Head Coach Track, Assistant Coach ALVA SHEPARD RICHARD ALLISON MM-C.!!,l!?7Q HTHLETIC COHCHES W. H. KEELING Page Sf'VF11fy-Fight W. H. KEELING Track, Head Coach Football, Assistant Coach SELDON HUTCHINSON Football, Assistant Coach Basketball, Assistant Coach SELDON HUTCHINSON Captain . . Co-Captains Manager . . Ackerman, Rosa Lee Aitkin, Gloria Alger, Betty lean Allen, Lucille Armstrong, Saralio Bailey, Dorothy Beatty, llva Lee Brown, Nina Lee Burkley, Lois Coward, Geraldine Coward, Iacgueline GIRLS PEP SQUHD Mrss MABLE SHAW, Sponsor Miss LOCILE SEGRIST, Co-Sponsor ELOISE WILEY Social Committee . MARILYN SIEGEL MYRTLE BELLE SOLANO SYLVIA GOODMAN DAPHNE CURTIS GLORIA AITKIN ROSA LEE ACKERMAN Curtis, Daphne Deskin, Dorothy Evans, Helen Evans, luanita Floyd, Naomi Goodman, Sylvia Harman, De Leon l-lousernan, Margaret Husbands, Myrtle lames, Doris lohnsori, Dorothy lohnson, lune Oliver, luanita Pe-rew, Thelma Piccolo, Rose Ray, Marcia Rope, Earline Sallee, Florence Sanford, Dorothy Siegel, Marilyn Smith, Billie Solano, Myrtle Bell Stinson, lean Tennant, Dorothy Thiell, Bobby Voirin, Gwyndolen W'aller, Evalyn Webb, Gertrude White, Mary Lee Wiley, Eloise Wright, Helen The Forest High Girls Pep Squad was led by Eloise Wiley. The Co-Captains were Myrtle Bell Solano, and Daphne Curtis. The girls participated in every city football game, drilling between halves. All the girls did their part to make the Pep Squad ot '37 a good one. The girls in their colorful green and white uniforms were among the most loyal supporters ot the teams. Pagt 5l'l't'71fj -11 ,Q gf 3254122 - Ye 33 Page Eighty First Football Team First Row: Lett to right: Sanders, Clark, lcnes, Coach Keeling, Coach Shepard, Cade, Stampley, and Stone. Second Row: Left to right: Balthrop, Steer, Hickman, DeLaughter, Harkness, Tullis, Long, Brant, Davis, Howe, 'ilzird Row: Loft to riaht: Simmons, Mitchell, Brown, Hraniky, Goss, Lewellen, Thomas, Sears, Gillespie, Paternostro, Barr, Dossett, Pribble, Weber, Carpenter, and Floyd. September 17 September 24 October l . October 9 . October 15 . October 22 . October 29 . November 13 November 20 FOOTBHLL S C H E D U L E . Forest, U . . . Cleburne, 12 . Forest, 25 . . Gladewater, O . Forest, O . . . Temple, 18 . Forest, O . . Woodrow, 15 . Forest, 7 . . . Sunset, 20 . Forest, 13 . . Greenville, U . Forest, O . Forest, 20 . . . . . Forest, 13 . . North Dallas, U . . Technical, 6 ...Adamson,6 Football season with seven lettermen. On The roaring Forest Lions opened the 1937 account ot illness and injuries the Lions got oft opposition into a defeated heap. Under the expert guidance ot Alva Shepard, Bill Keeling, and Seldon Hutchinson, the Lions learned how to work together. The Lions showed real pep and sportsmanship throughout the season and had a most successful year. to a slow start, but soon began to drop all , slim ...ls , et. Second Football Team First Row: Left to right: Dempsey, McKenzie, Vann, Emerson, Withrow, Crouch, Rummer, Redd, Krecek, and Barbee. Second Row: Left to right: Embry, Overturf, Taylor, Haney, Smith, Tomlin, Voight, Sultis, Hearne, Hollywood, Withrow, Culibrk, and Woodruff. Third Row: Left to right: Cunningham, Phelps, Chisolrn, Russel, Hook, Womack, Worley, Kriss, Smith, Wheeler, Duck- worth, Burns, Cooper, and Bush. F CREST, O--CLEBURNE, l2 Coach Wesley Bradshaw's Cleburne Yel- low lackets were favored by Lady Luck, and the Iohnson County invaders reached pay dirt twice in the final period, to score a win over the Lions to the tune of l2 to U. After out-fighting the Yellow lackets for three quar- ters, the Lions were too exhausted to repel a final charge in the fourth quarter. Dossett, Goss, Starnpley, and Paternostro continually broke through the Cleburne line and threw the backs for many losses. F CREST, 25-HGLADEWATER, U The mighty Forest Lions turned out a real brand of football against Gladewater, and left the game with a score of 25-O. The Lions, under the coaching of Alva "Snag" Shepard, showed great improvement over the first game. Forest's first touchdown came eight minutes before the close of the third quarter, when Goss broke loose on an end around play and ran forty-nine yards for a touch- down. The Lions went on a rampage in the fourth quarter and scored three times in fif- teen minutes. Big Ellsford Floyd carried the pigskin down the field for the first of these touchdowns: Norman DeLaughter, on a beau- tiful end run, scored the next touchdown: and Steer, on coming into the game, carried the oval down the field for the final score. It was a happy' Clay for the Forest Lions. Pagr kzqfvit our FOREST, O-TEMPLE, 18 The Lions, weakened considerably by in- juries received inthe last game, were downed by the strong Temple Wildcats, the final score being l8-U. The Lions got off to a bad start, but began to click in the second quarter and marked up many first downs. Floyd, Goss, and Steer combined their ef- forts to advance the ball deep into the Wild- cat territory, but were stopped by a very heavy line. It seemed to be a day for aerial work, and many passes from Steer to Goss and Paternostro netted deep gains into Wild- cat territory-all futile. FOREST, O-WOODROW WILSON, l5 Woodrow Wilson's fighting Wildcats over- powered the stubborn Forest Lions by a score of l5-O. What is this spell that Wildcats have over Lions? The plucky Lions out-fought the Wildcats for two quartersp but in the second half, with a fresh new team to their advan- tage, the Wildcats scored a total of fifteen points on the Foresters. Passing honors went to DeLaughter, and honors on the line were divided between Emanuel Paternostro and I. T. Lewellen. FOREST, 7-SUNSET, 20 The Forest Lions met defeat at the hands of the powerful Sunset Bisons after a hard- fought game on both sides. The final figures were 20-7. Forest led the Bisons three full periods, and then gave way. Sunset's three touchdowns were all made in the fourth quar- ter against a group of very tired but still fight- ing Lions. Honors on the line were evenly divided among Goss, Iones, Stampley, and Weber: in the backfield, among Steer, Floyd, Sanders, and DeLaughter. FOREST, l3-GREENVILLE, O It was the "survival of the fittest" between two Lion elevens, and the Forest Lions showed the Greenville Lions who the "fittest" were. Coach Shepard discovered a new sen- sational quarter back in the person of Nor- man Pribble, who ran circles around the Greenville boys, and led his team to a 13-O victory. The Lions, although playing without the aid of Dossett, Paternostro, and Goss, showed much improvement over their previ- ous games. Pribble's long runs and beautiful passes to Sanders scored two touchdowns for the Lions. The victory was a hard-fought, well-earned one. P g Ergbly-iwo FOREST, O-NORTH DALLAS, O The Forest Lions and the North Dallas Bull- dogs fought a gruelling battle which ended in a scoreless tie. The Lions' running attack was in full swing, and Pribble, Goss, and Sanders totaled many yards before the day was over. The Bulldogs were outplayed at every turn, scoring only seven first downs to the Lions' eleven. The thrill of the game came when North Dallas brought the ball to Forest's two- yard stripe, and in three downs netted minus four yards. On the fourth down Goss broke through the line and threw Mims, the Bull- dog's All-City fullback, for a five yard loss. A thriller, if there ever was one. FOREST, 20-TECHNICAL, 6 The fighting Lions proved too strong for the Tech Wolves, and gave them a beating, the game ending 20-6. The passing of Pribble to Goss was Forest's mainstay. These passes were good for two touchdowns. The second period started with a blocked punt by Goss, and the Lions took charge. Pribble passed to Goss for twenty yards, and Goss plunged his way across the line for the first touchdown. Lewellen blocked a punt and was responsi- ble for the second touchdown. After several unsuccessful attempts at a goal, Pribble pulled a new trick out of his hat and called for a right end play. The play worked and Goss caught a pass over the goal line for the third touchdown. The whole Forest team played outstanding football throughout the game. FOREST, 13-ADAMSON, 6 The Forest Lions closed their 1937 season in a blaze of glory by downing the favored Adamson Leopards by a count of l3-6. Ro- land Goss, playing his last game of high school football, got the jump on the Oak Cliff crew in the first two minutes of play. Goss blocked an Adamson punt and recov- ered on Adamson's 35-yard stripe. On the next play Pribble dropped back and un- leashed a mighty heave to Goss who ran fifteen yards for a touchdown. lust as the half was up Forest scored again. This time Niblo of Adamson was passing, and Stone intercepted and ran 45 yards for a touch- down. The whole Forest team played a great brand of football, and little wonder, for the majority of the boys were playing their last game in GREEN and WHITE! First Basketball Team First Row: Lett to right: Lillebridqe, Culibrk, Horton, and Stampley. Second Row: Left to right: Coach A11ison, Goss, Weber, Sears, Schreiber, and Mitchett. B H S K E T B H L L S C H E D U L E F I R S T H A L F Ianuary 11 . Forest, 14 . . Woodrow 1anuary14 . Forest 13 . . Technica1 Ianuary 18 . Forest 26 . . Adamson Ianuary 21 . Forest 10 . North Da11as 1anuary26 . Forest 25 . . . Sunset S E C O N D H A L F Ionuary 28 . . Forest 19 . . . Woodrow February 1 . Forest 17 , . Technicat February 4 . Forest 27 , . Adamson February 8 . Forest 19 . North Da11as February 11 , Forest 18 . . . Sunset 1 1 BHSKETBHLL FIRST HALF After winning all but two of their presea- son games, the Forest Lions opened the 1938 season with four letter men: Frank Horton, Roland Goss, Warren Sears, and Philltu Schreiber. The Lions were favored in having as their coach Richard C. Allison, former Forest football and basketball star. The prospects for the l939 Basketball Sea- son seem bright, as there will be four return- ing lettermen: Lillebridge, Gillespie, Mitchell, and Weber. Graduating lettermen are Goss, Stampley, Sears, and Culibrk. Coach Allison will depend on the fillowing boys to fill the shoes of graduating seniors: limmy Stone, Bob Scott, Iohnny Overturf, and Thomas Rogers. FOREST, 14-WOODROW WILSON, 48 The Green and White Basketeers dropped their first game in the city series to the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats, defending district champions. The Lions fought with determina- tion, but seemed unable to click against the rapid scoring of their opponents. They were spurred on by the two co-captains, Warren Sears and Roland Goss. The Forest Cubs dropped their game 27-l2. FOREST, l3-TECH, l l The snaDDY, roaring Forest Lions battled in their second city series game to gain a win over the highly favored Tech Hi Wolves. The contest was a see-saw battle throughout, with the count tied 5 all at the half. Soon the better playing of the Lions made itself felt, SECOND FOREST, 19-WOODROW WILSON, 39 The Forest Lions, opening the second half race in their home gym, lost a hard-fought game to the Wildcats. ln the first two periods the two clubs played on even terms. From the beginning of the third period the Woodrow boys continually forged ahead to win by a large margin. Mitchell, Sears, and Stampley proved that they could handle the ball with the best. The Forest Cubs dropped their game 29-7. P g Ezghty-four and a victory resulted. Warren Sears, co-cap- tain, earned honors as high point man. The Forest Cubs dropped their game 25-19. FOREST, 26eADAMSON, 30 The Forest Lions met their second defeat in the first half play at the hands of the Adam- son Leopards. The Lions led throug'1out the game until the last part of the fourth period, when the Leopards tied the score and pushed through four points to cinch the game in the first overtime period. The Forest Cubs lost their game l6-l4. FOREST, lO-NORTH DALLAS, ll The Green and White Quint last a heart- breaking game to the North Dallas Bulldogs for the Lions' fourth game of the season. The game was closely contested and was within the grasp of either team until the final whistle. This game was the most closely fought of any in the city. Roland Goss and Warren Sears shared high point honors. The Forest Cubs defeated the Bulldog Pups by an overwhelming score of 27-13. FOREST, ZSGSUNSET, 23 The Forest Lions reared up, began to roar, and turned in a victory. The improved Forest Ouint showed exceptional form in downing the Sunset Bisons. The Lions took the lead from the first and held it safely to the end. Coach Richard Allison's inspired team fin- ished the first half race in third place as a result of this victory. The Forest Cubs also turned in a victory over the Little Bisons to the tune of 16-l5. HALF FOREST, l7eTECH, 26 The Forest Lions, meeting the Tech Wolves in the second half race, dropped their second game. The Tech team seemed to be favored by Lady Luck, as only long shots were made. The Forest boys broke up many of the Tech charges but were unable to stave off defeat. The Forest Cubs came through with a vic- tory over the Tech Pups. The score was 16-l4. Second Basketball Team First Row: Left to right: Steer, Womack, Scott, Schackrnan Cmanagerl, Davis, Stone, and Rogers. Second Row: Left to rightg Perlstein, McCullough, Taylor, Boronstein, Smith, Grabstald, Singletary, and Vann, 'Ihird Row: Coach Alliscn, SECOND HALF FOREST, 27-eADAMSON, 29 The Adamson Leopards nosed out the Lions in a thrilling four-period overtime con- test. At no time during the game was one team ahead by more than three points. The Lions played one of their best games of the season and were able to stand up under the strain of extra periods. Warren Sears gained high-point honors. The Forest Cubs dropped their game to the Little Leopards by a score of l8-l4. FOREST, l9efNORTl-l DALLAS, 32 ln a fast, snC1DDY Contest the hard-fighting Lions were downed by the North Dallas Bull- dogs. After trailing l6-l7 at the half, the Lions spurted ahead in the third quarter, to make the game highly exciting until the last. Phillip Schreiber gained high-point honors. The Forest Cubs defeated the North Dallas Pups 25-24. FOREST, l 8-SUNSET, 24 ln Forest's last game of the year the Sunset Bisons turned the tables and defeated the stronger Lion Quint. The wearers of the Green and White fought hard and showed their fine sportsmanship in the face of defeat. Sears earned honors as high-point man. The Forest Cubs defeated the Little Bisons by a score of l8-l3. PKIXQI' I gl ly 'Q-is First Row: Lett to right: Coach Keeling, Mitchell, Long, Redd, Goss, Schreiber, and Pribble. A Second Row: Lett to right: Vita, Slocum, Duckworth, Simmons, Weber, Thomas, Womack, Paternostro. DSR Third Row: Left to right: Manager Schackman, Scott, Brown, Hickman, Steer, Melton, Carpenter, and Miltner, X Fourth Row: Left to right: McNeal, Burns, Weatherby, Stone, Cade, Lillibridge, and Culibrk. ffx Fiith Row: Lett to right: Redd, Martin, Taylor, McKenzie, Smith, Vann, Bolton, and Muehlenweig. th' Sixth Row: Lett to right: Collett, Beal, Oakley, Kreck, Anderson, Lyles, and Rogers. 'FQ Seventh Row: Left to right: Shessel, Horton, Petty, Lloyd, Hall, Smith, and Sanders. l TRHCK The most promising track team Forest has had in many a year was led by three returning lettermen: Cecil Redd, Roland Goss, and Philip Schreiber, under the capable direction of Coach W. H. Keeling. The mile relay team showed possibilities of setting a state record. Goss has shown up quite well in the tield events, with Cecil Redd, and Philip Schreiber on the cin- ders. All three returning lettermen were members ot the team that went to the State Meet last year. There are some twenty sprint men: Burns, C. Redd, I. Redd, Hickman, Duckworth, McKenzie, Weber, Cade, Vann, Vita, Long, Carpenter, Culibrk, Stone, Lillebridge, Womack, Mitchell, Miltner, Simmons, and Slocum.. Herman Mitchell and Bennie Miltner fought it out in the city meet when both tested their running ability with other milers. Curtis Slocum proved to be a valuable man in the pole vault. Earl Burns was the fastest man at Forest this year, and the dashes depended upon him. Glenn Carpenter and Ernest Duckworth showed possibilities ot making the relay team. Steve Culibrk proved valuable in the low hurdles after an injury received early in the season had healed successfully. The Forest Track squad showed up in their last track meet as a strong contender. Although tinishing third in the meet, the team was tast on the cinders, scoring 4l points. Philip Schreiber was high point man with 61A points, Burns, a close second with 6 points. Cecil Redd grabbed the spotlight tor Forest when he ran the 440 dash in 52.4 seconds. In the city meet held March 30 and 31, Philip Schreiber won the halt mile in 2:05, Herman Mitchell won the mile in 4:58. The relay team won the relay without being pushed. Their best time this year was 31343. Cecil Redd ran a close second in the 440. Roland Goss placed tourth in the broad jump. Billie Miltner placed fourth in the mile, making a total of twenty-one points made by Forest in the City Meet. ln the District ll track meet our mile relay team made a new record, running in 3:32.6. Page Ezglaly :ix First Row: Left to right: DeLaughter, B. Taylor, Davis, Harkness, Gillespie, Weber, Wadsworth, Stanberry, Sultis, and Colletti. Second Row: Lett to right: Coach Shepard, Assistant-Coach Cox, Steer, Bryant, Clark, Roberts, Anderson, Iones, A. Taylor, and Manager Hranicky. BHSEBHLL With tour letter men, Buriord Steer, Sam Colleti, Norman DeLaughter and C. L. Bryant, Forest opened the 1938 baseball season with a bright outlook. FOREST, 3--WOODROW WILSON, 4 Forest's nine started the season playing heads-up baseball. They led the Wildcats until the tiith inning, when their opponents were able to score two runs. Later in the game with two men on base Forest tried a "squeeze play," which failed. Every man on the Forest team was an outstanding player, and the team played an excellent game against their favored opponents, D FOREST, lfeTECHNICAL, 2 The second game of the year was played with Tech at Reverchon. The Lions were determined to win, but they were held to only one run by Tech's star pitcher, "Country" Williamson. Sam Colleti pitched an "air tight" game, allowing Tech to make only two runs. Although Forest lost the first two games of the season, the Lions should go places in the second halt under the slugging of Norman DeLaughter and the pitching of Stanberry and Coletti. Pugf' Eiglyfry-sr'1'z'11 Page E girly-vigfyl f' f . First Row: Lett to right: Putman, Vann, Aloles, Lambert, Levin, Cobbel. Second Row: Lett to right: Erickson, Coach Boulton. Third Row: Left to right: Coach Ford, Wacker, Harlan, Rosenbloom, and Coach Segrist. TENNIS HND GOLF TENNIS With the two tormer squadmen, Margaret Harlan and Fannie Rosenbloom, and Mr. I. Allen Boulton. and Miss Locille Segrist as coaches, Forest entered the Tennis Matches with high ambitions. The boys singles player was Harry Cobhel. Although Harry tried hard to win, he came out a loser this year. Richard Taylor and Eugene Levin played on the boys doubles team. They played a good game in each match and defeated Woodrow Wilson, Sunset, and Tech. The girls singles player this year was Fannie Hosenbloom. Fannie also stayed in and fought. She defeated North Dallas and Tech. The girls doubles was the pride ot Forest tennis teams. This team was made up ot Selma Wacker and Margaret Harlan. Because ot their pertect cooperation and knowledge of tennis, the girls won both the City Championship and the Dist- trict ll Championship. GOLF The candidates tor the Forest Avenue High School goli team for 1938 are Iohnny Overturt, Dean Stepter, Earl Huddleston, Laveenon Faircloth and Charles Cook. The coach oi the team is Mr. C. L. Ford. So far the boys have shown up well in their matches. The matches have the following score: Sunset, 6fForest, Up Forest, 6fAdamson, Og Forest, 5V2- North Dallas, V2. AUTUMN The Autumn leaves are fluttering to the ground, All red, gold, orange, and brown. The birds are Winging their carefree way, To the Warmer South Where they will be happy and gay. The fields are ripe with lovely grain, Thanks to you, O precious rain. The ring ot children's joyous songs and sounds, Tells us that Thanksgiving is around. Ah, what is that? A hunter's gun, Then soon the deer will be on the run. A hunting coat, a horse's neigh. Make Way, my man, the hounds are chasing their prey. Oh, Autumn dear, l would that thee, Could stay year round tor the World and me. -'DOROTHY MARK. THE SEA The wide expanse ot beach Beneath our willing feet, The falling, rising tide, The lighthouse there beside, The bell buoys clanging deep, The breakers madly sweep, The fog horns booming there To pierce the heavy air, We listen raptuously To the music ot the sea. 'RUTH ARONSON. Page Eighty-nimi 3? 57 5? D7 Left to Right: Row 1. 2. Row l. 2. 3. 4. Row Row l. 2. One The big IV-B dance--the smiles are free. Mickey Rubin ond our candid snap- shot shark, Edwin Iacobs, in a jovial mood. Two Maurine Goodman and that dashing young officer, Ted Bryan. Snow oqrees with Bernice Cohn, Syl- via Kaplan, Marilyn Siegel, and Bud. Miss Pritcheii at the lV-B dance. Clarence Eaion and lames Hranicky get hostile. Three Ierry Shalette and Arnold Utay pre- paring for Hollywood. Look out, you Ritz broihers! F our Hillbillies of '38. The annual siaff slick back iheir un- ruly hair and attend a dance-Helen Lehwold, Fannie Rosenbloom, Barnett Goodsiein, and Lester Levy. if if I V E S t s 1 Rubin, Bernice Fair Bosenlsloom Eaton Goodstein Sallee lacobs Bolnick Duckworth Lehwald Vanlandingham Fowler Moore Wittkower Clark Hawkins Yates Mitchell Rubin, Betty Moore FORESTER STHFF Bernice Bubin, Editor Clarence Eaton Assistant Editor Barnett Goodstein Business Manager Florence Sallee Literary Editor Helen Lehwald Editor Fannie Bosenbloom Associate Editor Charles Fair Advertising Manager Edwin Iacobs Snapshots Editor Fannie Hawkins Kathryn Bolnick Bertha Mae Duckworth Marguerite Vanlandinqharn Betty Bose Bubin Gene Moore lune Wittkower Audrey Fowler Associate Literary Editors W. A. Moore Art Editor Mary Smith Clark H. B. Yates Mel Mitchell Editorial Adviser Business Adviser Art Adviser Page Ninvly-Iwo FORESTER STHFF HSSISTHNTS E D I T O R I A L Typists Military lane Abrahamson Bosalie Eischl - Gloria Aitken Angeline Fonberq Blu Holland Alton Rglstom Buth Ballard Myrtle Husbands Lawrence Wiqbels Harry Cobbel Ioyce Karchmer Bosalee Cohn Edith Marcel Elaine Watel Iunior Stag Snapshots Ramona Britton Mike Montgomery Irving Aschnef Irving Goidl Tom Gillespie Sarah Tankus Mavis Mize Art Athletics Lorraine Crow Steve Culibrk Barbara Miller Bill BOliOi'1 Mqry Ann Hips Elton Schackman Arthur Tillery Ruth Williams B U S I N E S S Iulius Aronofsky Lester Levy Harold Butler lack Michaelson Vaudine Catlett Billy Murk H. G. Clark Mary Katherine Iordan Marqaret Golden Norman Lavine ldelle Goodman Bobert Lomas Louise Hieqel Frances Zimmerman Ierry Krakoif PQZN ltfl c Forest Echo Miss Eloise Durham Adviser EDITORIAL STAFF Editors .... . Ruth Herzstein, Walter Moseley, Helen Berman Associate Editors . ..... Harold Vann, Kathryn Bolnick, Harold Freedman News ..,. . Susie Manion, Vaudine Catlett, lohn Cook, Thelma Frauman Features . . . . . . Alex Barr, Earline Hope, Dhal Eletcher, Leta Eae Davis Freshman Editor . . ............... Billie Louise Bogers Sports .... . Warren Sears, Martin Clasbey, Robert Hickman, Bennie Taylor IVIi1itary . ..................H.A.Boyd Scrapbook . .............. Leora Willis, Hattie Sorenson Reporters . . Adolph lez, Marie Moody, Eugene Anderson, Norma Gene Guynes BUSINESS STAFF Business Managers . . Edwin lacobs, Howard Wadsworth, lrving Goidl Publicity .,.. .,,,,,.,.,..Edwinlacobs Through the years the ECHO has been the "Voice ot Forest." It has tried to print only what will interest the greatest number and has stuck close to the slogan ot the newspaper world: "Print only what is tit to print." lt takes the lead in all worthy school projects, and promotes iriendship, honor, sportsmanship, and character among the students. I g A ft-f0lIl' National Honor Society Miss RACHEL Fooriz Sponsor President . Viceflgresident OFFICERS Secretary-Treasurer Abraharnson, lane Brock, Georgia Eaton, Clarence Berman, Helen Brilling, Celia Ann Britton, Ramona Cherry, Margaret Culibrlc, Steve MEMBERS Goodstein, Barnett Hall, Ethel Mae NOT IN Freeland, Marjorie Wadsworth, Howard Wigbels, Lawrence Gillespie, Torn Holland, Bill lacobs, Edwin PICTURE Gritfis, Henry Karchrner, loyce Moore, Gone Ralston, Alton BARNETT Goonsrrim CLrFFoRD MARSHALL IANE ABRAHAMSON Marshall, Clifford Simmons, Horace Read, Margie Rubin, Bernice Strange, lack Summerfield, Edward No honor conferred by the school excels that conferred by the National Honor Society. The taculty honors students tor the attainments they have made during their high school career by electing them into this society. Election into this society gives recognition to those who have attained high honors in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Only students who rank in the upper fourth ot their class in scholarship are eligible to be considered as candidates. Five per cent of the students in the lll-A class, ten per cent of the IV-B class, and fifteen per cent of the lV-A class, may be taken into the National Honor Society. An assembly is held each term initiating the candidates. The emblem of the society is the keystone and the tlaming torch. The keystone symbolizes the high ideals ol the society, while the tlaming torch is the emblem oi purpose. The members oi the National Honor Society endeavor to lead so that others may follow in the light, and to keep burning in Forest Avenue High School a high ambition tor the enduring values ot lite. Pugt' .N 1 PI Standard Debating Society Miss Edna Rowe Sponsor C. V. Goodman Co-Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President . . . . BARNETT GOODSTEIN President . . . EDWIN TACOBS Vice-President . . . . LESTER LEVY Vice-President . . TULIUS ARONOFSKY Secretary . . . EDWIN lAcoBs Secretary . . . . PETER PATTON Treasurer . . . . . TRVING GOIDL Treasurer . . . . ARNOLD UTAY Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . ARNOLD UTAY Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . TACK STRANGE Parliarnentarian . . . DONALD PINKELSTEIN Parliamentarian . . . BARNETT GOODSTEIN Council Representative , . . LESTER LEvY Council Representative . . . LESTER LEVY M E M B E R S Aronfsky, lulius Block, Richard Brand, loe Butler, Harold Blatt, I. D. Coleman, lulius Eaton, Clarence Elly, lerome Erickson, Roger Flanz, Bernard Funk, loe Gershowitz, Aaron Glasser, Sidney Goidl, Irving Golman, George Golman, Toe Goodman, Mervin Goodstein, Barnett Goodstein, Harry Gottlieb, Richard Harte, Amos Hoffman, Harry Hoffman, Terry Hoffman, Merwin lacobs, Edwin lennings, Leslie Klar, Herman Korpianock, Maury Kress, Marvin Levine, Samuel Levin, Eugene Levy, Lester Levy, Samuel Maddons, Morton Marshall, Clifford Michaelson, lack Patton, Peter Ornish, Edwin Raskin, Stanley Robbins, Harold Schackman, Elton Seltzer, Marcus Soltes, Elton Sour, Hal Strange, lack Truman, Corbie Utay, Arnold Utay, Marvin Wigbels, Lawrence Weinkrantz, Phillip Zesmer, David The Standard Debating Society is the oldest high school club in the city. lt has as its aim better public speaking in all forms, and genuine school spirit in everything it undertakes. The Standard is composed wholly of boys and is conducted under parliamentary law. lt is always guided in the right directions by an able and worthy sponsor, Miss Edna Rowe, assisted by Mr. Goodman. lt is the custom of the society to have a banquet each year, at which are gathered many ofthe alumni of the society. This year the Standard held its twenty-second annual banquet. The society gives a play each year in the auditorium, and furnishes boys ior the State Debate contest, the State Play contest, the Declamation contest, and the Extemporaneous Speaking contest. lug! Nlflrzfy-Six Girls Public Speaking Club Mrs. Tura W. Dial Sponsor President ....... SARAH TANKUS Vice-President . . MARGA.RET HELEN GOLDEN Secretary ..... FANNIE ROSENBLOOM Treasurer . . . . . ALICE PRIMROSE O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President .... IDELLE GOODMAN Vice-President . . KATHLEEN ACHILLES Secretary . . BETTY ROSE RUBIN Treasurer . . . lUNE WITTKOWER Sergeant-at-Arms . ANNE WEINSTEIN Parliamentarian . . Council Representative Ackerman, Gertrude Ackerman, Rosa Lee Apoy, Maxine Aronson, Ruth Aschner, Josephine Barron, Peggy Lou Bock, Elizabeth Burkley, Lois Bumett, Madeline Brilling, Celia Ann Carpenter, Kathleen Cohn, Bernice Corchine, Selma Curtis, Daphne MARIORIE SWAIN . SARAH TANKUS Sergeant-at-Arms . . MOLLIE GRACE HEINE Parliamentarian .... lDELLE GOODMAN Council Representative . MADELINE BURNETT MEMBERS Davis, Betty Rose Ely, Freta Ely, Florence Frauman, Thelma Goodman, Frances Golden, Margaret Helen Goodman, ldelle Guckenheimer, Miriam Harris, luanita Hemphill, Louise Heine, Mollie Grace Hymes, Henrietta Kaplan, Sylvia Kaufman, Ianice Houseman, Margaret Landsberg, Maryline Lively, Margaret Mark, Dorothy Mayer, Lorenia Meador, Eula Mae Michaelson, Selma Moore, Gwendolyn Mueller, Mattie Lee Murnpower, Mary Primrose, Alice Rarnotsky, Ester Lee Ransom, Kathryn Read, Marjorie Reisberg, Selma Rosenbloom, Fannie Rosengarten, lnez Rubin, Betty Rose Satiir, Gloria Siegel, Marilyn Shor, Emmy Lou Smith, Lenora Tankus, Sarah Voirin, Gwendolyn Waller, Evolyn Weinstein, Anne Wittkower, lune The purpose ot the Girls Public Speaking Club is to help the girls in public speaking ot all forms. lt also helps the girls in parliamentary law. Furthermore, we hope that the members ot this club will make some ot their lite-long triends in this organization. Under the direction ot ldelle Goodman and Sarah Tankus the Girls Public Speaking Club will present their annual play in the assembly, which will be "Too Many Marys." The annual banquet will be given at the letferson Hotel. Pd,Q!'NiP1Ff1 I ltll President . . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . . Sergeant-at-Arms Parliamentarian Balser, Iudith Bock, Ethel Carpenter, Kathleen Carter, Thomas Clark, Barbara Cole, Marjorie Coleman, lulius Caplen, Majorie O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING ROBERTA MALONE President . . . ROSE KAUFMAN Vice-President , MTLDRED OWENS Secretary . . AGNES MERLE IEFFERS Treasurer . . . ROY CAMPBELL Sergeant-at-Arrns . . THOMAS CARTER Parliarnentarian M E M B E R S Ellis, Solon Hammond, Bernice Harris, Sarah Harrison, Martha letters, Agnes Merle Kaufman, Prose McWilliams, Margie Malone, Roberta Marcus, Rose Montgomery, Mike Owens, Mildred Rips, Mary Anne lftosengarten, Inez Saftir, Gloria Schwartz, Lucy Filberman, Muriel Texas History Club Miss Bess Thatcher Sponsor ROSE KAUFMAN . MARTHA HARRISON . KATHLEEN CARPENTER . . . ROSE MARCUS SOL WILONSKY . . GLORIA SAT-'FIR Slaughter, Elizabeth Slaughter, Gertrude Streicher, Elsie Wilonsky, Sol Wasserman, Irving Walters, Bernita Wendell, loyce The purpose of our club is to promote interest in the study ot Texas history. Our organization is one of the most active clubs ot the school. The project for the club during 1938 is to replace at Fair Park the rnarkers and trees which have been destroyed. The club participates in programs during Texas Week and in presenting books to the Texas Memorial Library Ot Forest Avenue High School. On February 28, l938, We sponsored a radio proqrarn advertising Texas Week. 1 N 71 ly-vigfvf Forest . . CELIA ANN BRILLING . . BILLY COUNTS LOUISE ALEXANDER . CHARLOTTE MCSPADDEN . STELLA COFFMAN MADELINE BURNETT Forum Miss Dorothy Gerlach Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President . . WILLIAM BEVILLE President . . Vice-President . . LOUISE ROBBINS Vice-President . Secretary . . ROSALEE COHN Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . . RUTH BEACH Treasurer . . Parliamentarian DOROTHY LOONEY Parliarnentarian . Sergeant-at-Arms . BILLY COUNTS Sergeant-at-Arms . M E M B E R S Alexander, Louise Bassett, Dorothy Beville, William Brillinq, Celia Ann Burnett, Madeline Coffman, Stella Mae Cohn, Bernice Counts, Billy Coward, Geraldine Feldman, Rose McSpadden, Charlotte McQueen, Katherine Moore, Gene Mueller, Mattie Lee Newman, Billey Fred Owens, Mildred Pasche, Margaret The Forest Forum was organized in March, 1933, by nine charter members. The purpose of the organization is to promote discussions oi questions of public interest in government and economics. Members are qiven topics to report on, these reports are followed by round table discussions. The club has been active in school affairs. lt has made numerous donations of books, maps, and pictures to the school. ln March, l936, the club sponsored three night Open Forums on timely Texas topics. The members do not neglect the social side of their club. Annual social events are the Christmas party, the spring banquet, and the spring picnic. A cup is given each term to the most efficient IV-A Senior. lhlgr A111111 11 Aelta Historical Society Miss Minnie Brown Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President ....,. KENNETH COLEMAN President ....... MARION TOBIAS Vice-President ...... STEVE CULIBRK Vice-President .... MARGARET CHERRY Second Vice-President . . IUNE WITTKOWER Second Vice-President . . HORACE SIMMONS Secretary ...... IANE ABRAHAMSON Secretary ..... ELIZABETH HEMPHILL Treasurer . . . . HARRIET TOBOLOWSKY Treasurer . . . . . . IOYCE KARCHMER Sergeant-at-Arms ..... HENRY HALL Sergeant-at-Arms . . EDWARD SUMMERFIELD Parliamentarian . . MARGARET GOLDEN Parliamentarian . . PETER PATTON M E M B E R S Ables, Willis Abrahamson, lane Aschner, lrvin Britton, Ramona Cherry, Margaret Culibrk, Steve De Gelia, Anne Everett, Phoebe Fischl, Rosalie Gillespie, Torn Golden, Margaret Hall, Henry Hemphill, Elizabeth Hiett, Edgar Henderson, Vivian Karchmer, loyce Ligenberg, Sarah Lively, Margaret Malone, Roberta Marcus, Rose Mize, Mavis McQueen, Hubert McWilliams, Margie Mead, Allen Messina, losephine Murk, Billy Murphy, Iesse Pasche, Margaret Patton, Peter Primrose, Alice Ralston, Alton Reisberg, Selma Ricker, lohn Runnels, Elbert Simmons, Horace Summerfield, Edward Tobias, Marion Thorn, Minnie Lu Tobolowsky, Harriet Vann, Harold Watel, Elaine Wisdom, Elizabeth Wittkower, Iune The aims oi the Aelta Historical Society are to make it possible for the members to enrich their knowledge of history, and to gain a iiner and fuller appreciation oi present-day lite. ln the early iall a study was rnade ot the Far Eastern crisis. Major Toe M. Hill, our speaker for the Armistice assembly, contributed to our understanding of national peace policies, in one oi the outstanding assemblies of the year. The iiith birthday of the Aelta was celebrated this year. Rose Marcus gave an original poem in commemoration ot the event in November. Hoping to share our joys with others, We distributed baskets to the needy at Christmas. As the most etiicient member for the fall term, lane Abrahamson received the Aelta His- torical Society pin. A delightful program oi music composed for the inauguration of Washington was pre- sented at the February meeting. Texas Week was not iorgotten. An historical pilgrimage, play, panel discussion, and picnic rounded out a great year for our society. Page One H1md1'f'rl Pcm Hmerican Student Forum Miss Fletcher Ryan Wickham Sponsor Miss Sara Davidson Co-Sponsor o F F IC E R s g g up FALL SPRING President . . IOANNA PUCKETT President ..... BILLIE LOUISE ROGERS VicePresident . WALTER MOSELEY Vice-President . . . . . Sor. WALD Secretary . . . . . BERNICE CoIIN Secretary . . . . . Lors BURKLEY Treasurer . . . CLARENCE EATON Treasurer .... . MARGIE ADDINGTON Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . IERRY LIPTON Sergeant-at-Arms WILLIAM MALoNE Parliamentarian . . . BILLIE LOUISE ROGERS Parliamentarian . . IOE GoLMAN Advisory Council ..... Advisory Council ..... BERNICE CNOHN, BILLIE SMITH BERNICE CoHN, BILLIE SMITH M E M B E R S Addington, Margie Golman, loe Rogers, Billie Louise Wingo, Geraldine Akarcl, Betty Goss, Roland Sallee, Florence Wrights, Helen Blasser, Shirley Guckenheimer, Miriam Smith, Billie Bopp, Richard Harrison, Martha Squires, lune Associate Members Burkley, Lois Housman, Margaret Stevenson, Bernice Aschner, lrvin Cohn, Bernice Lipton, lerry Stevenson, Mary Nell Collet, T. I. Cook, lohn Malone, William Streicher, Elsie Counts, Billy Culibrk, Steve Patrick, Dallas Strucely, Walter lones, Alfred Eaton, Clarence Robins, I. B. Wald, Sol Moseley, Walter Glanville, Paul Smith, Myron The Forest Unit is only a part of the Pan American Student Forum. The Forum is estab- lished in many cities of eight states, and each third year all the chapters meet in a National Convention. This year a State Convention was held in Laredo, Texas, on March 18-19. Our purposes are ill to develop an understanding of the people of the other twenty Ameri- can nationsg C27 to create interest in and broaden our knowledge of the language, history, people, and customs of these republicsp and t3J to foster friendly relations between the Spanish- speaking and the English-speaking people, and thus to maintain peace on the Western Hemisphere. We are especially proud of the fact that we were the first school selected for an exchange student, Senor Otillio Ayala from Monterrey, Mexico, who spent the first term at Forest perfect- ing his study of English, and who is now attending A. CS M. College. Page' Om'I1um1nil One President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer. . . Sergeant-at-Arms Parliamentarian Aronson, Ruth Berman, Helen Bunting, Betty Lou Burton, Frances Cohn, Adelaide Cooper, Marcia Corchine, Selma Le Cercle Francais Mrs. Minnie P. Ardrey Sponsor Miss Octavia Edwards Co-Sponsor . BERNICE RUBIN BEVERLY KARCHMER . HELEN BERMAN . BETTY GARONZIK . FRED HALLACK O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING Er,srE RosE ISRAEL President . . . . . . BERNICE RUBIN Vice-President . . MOLLIE GRACE HEINE Secretary . BEVERLY KARCHMER Treasurer . . . . BEATRICE Fox Sergeant-at-Arms . . . . RUTH ARONSON Parliamentarian . Council Representative . . ANNE WEINSTEIN MEMBERS Epstein, Margaret Fox, Beatrice Cwaronzik, Betty Garson, Marilyn Green, Betty Hallack, Fred Harkness, Vernon Heine, Mollie Grace Israel, Elsie Rose Ietfries, Mary Louise lohnson, Dorothy Karchmer, Beverly Leaming, Ieanne Michaelson, Selma . EDWIN SILBERMAN Neuman, Grace Rips, Mary Ann Rosenbloom, Fannie Rubin, Bernice Shackleforcl, Frances Walker, Ruth Weinstein, Annie The purpose ot Le Cercle Francais is to become acquainted with the lives and customs ot the French people. Its aim is to make French more interesting to the student. The annual social event is the Noel Party. It is the custom to give a party at Christmas time, at which a discussion ot the typical French Christmas is held. On account ot the illness ot Mrs. Minnie P. Ardrey, Miss Octavia Edwards is substituting as sponsor. Miss Edwards' experiences as a school girl in France have served to acquaint the students with many ot the social customs of the French people. lag Om' Il11mlrm1Tw0 Forest Hlliecl Hrts Club MISS MEL MITCHELL Sponsor O F F I C E R S President . DIXIE HOLTMANN Secretary . . . BARBARA MILLER Advertising Manager . WALTER Mogijmiy Business Manager W, A, MOQRE M E M B E R S Aiken, Verdi Lee Aitken, Gloria Arrant, Stella Fae Belt, Georgia Boyd, Mary Nell Brey, Esther Carothers, Lurlynne Cobbel, Harry Coffman, Stella Mae Crow, Lorraine Emerson, Clyde Epstein, Margaret Erwin, Betty Hansen, Thomas l-loltmann, Dixie lacks, Dorothy Lee Kausal, Ernieve McMeans, Peytona Miller, Barbara Minchew, Robert Moore, W, A. Moseley, Walter Murphy, Peggy Osborne, Ioyce Phillips, Racheal Poole, George Ricker, Carl Rips, Mary Ann Ruskin, Sophie Sakellariow, Faye Sandford, Margaret Slaughter, Elizabeth Tillery, Arthur Vita, lulius Weil, Carl Wingate, leral Dene The purpose of the Forest Allied Arts Club is to make art more real to its members. Mem- bership is open not only to students enrolled in the Art Department, but also to any Forest High student who is keenly interested in art. Frequent visits to the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts have been made so that an appreciation of good painting may be developed. Also sketching has been done at the Museum oi Natural History and at the Aquarium. Every year visits are rnade to pottery exhibitions. Each year the art students have an exhibit of the best work ot the year. PagrO11r H1111 lie i 11114 President . . Vice-President . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Sergeant-at-Arms Abraharnson, lane Andrews, Mary lo Archer, Bobby Arnoft, Shirley Bakula, Melvin Barshop, Fred Blatt, I. D. Braun, Phil Britton, Ramona Brooks, Isabelle Clark, Barbara Coward, Geraldine Danielson, Alberta Davis, Robert L. Dobbs, Marie Ellis, Francine Fallin, Bertie lean Funk, loseph Glasser, Sidney Auditores Caesaris Miss Lourania Miller Sponsor Miss Elizabeth Hughes Co-Sponsor Miss Lavinia Rawlins Co-Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING . . . . IACK STRANGE President . . . . LAWRENCE WIGBELS . HENRY GRIFFIS . BILLEY FRED NEWMAN RAMONA BRITTON MARGARET HARLAN . LAWRENCE WIGBELS Vice-President . IANE ABRAHAMSON Secretary . . . . ALICE PRIMROSE Treasurer . . . HENRY GRIFFIS Sergeant-at-Arms M E M B E R S Goodman, ldelle Moore, Gene Granthum, Mary Elizabeth Muelhenweq, Clara Mae Griftis, Henry Grissaffi, Catherine Harlan, Margaret Hilley, Sara lim Klar, Herman Lambert, Loyce Levy, Bernard Neuman, Grace Rips, Mary Ann Lively, Margaret Lomas, Marie Lomas, Robert McGowen, Ruth Margro, Blanche Meador, Eula Mae Mize, Mavis Mumpower, Mary Murphy, Alveta Murphy, lesse Newman, Billey Fred Ornish, Edwin Phillips, lack Portman, Edith Potts, loyce Primrose, Alice Rankin, Estelle Read, Marjorie Reeder, Betty Mae Redus, Hazel Runo, Mary Shannon, James Shessel, Herbert Silverman, Muriel Simon, Dorothy Simon, Lawrence Simon, Robert Smallwood, loe Smith, Teddy Sour, Hal Sparks, Patricia Strange, lack Stoller, lack Sylvester, Viola Tankus, Sarah Talley, Dorothy Wigbels, Lawrence Winterman, Leah Witt, Polly Yarbrough, lames Zesmer, David The purpose ot the Latin Club is to further the knowledge ot Roman plays, art, religion, games. It seeks to give its members a broader idea ot the Roman people and their value to the World. The weekly programs of the club revolve about different phases ot Roman life. Then, too, there are games to be played, occasional talks by outside speakers, and book reviews. The two main events in the Club activities tor the year are the play pertaining to Roman lite, and the picnic. Page Ono IJ1l71tIl'l'LlF0'lH' High Scholarship Club Miss Rachel Foote Sponsor O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President . . . . HOWARD WADSWORTH President . . .... RICHARD BLOCK Vice-President ..... RICHARD BLOCK Vice-President . . CLIFFORD MARSHALL Secretary . . . . RAMONA BRITTON Secretary . . . . JANE ABRAHAMSON Treasurer . . . . BILLEY FRED NEVJMAN Treasurer . . . . . . lRVIN GOIDL Sergeant-at-Arms . . CLIFFORD MARSHALL Sergeant-at-Arms . . HAROLD FREEDMAN Parliamentarian . . . IOYCE KARCHMER Parliamentarian . . HELEN LEHWALD Student Council . . . LOUIS LEON Student Council . . LOUIS LEON M E M B E R S Abrahamson, lane Corchine, Selma Hiegel, Evelyn Lomas, Robert Primrose, Alice Tankus, Sarah Abramson, Ruth Eaton, Clarence Hitchcock, Lorene McSpadden, Charlotte Ransom, Kathryn Thorn, Minnie Lu Addington, Margie Ellis, Francine Hymes, Henrietta Marcus, Rose Ray, Ola Tobias, Marion Apoy, Maxine Ely, Florence Iacobs, Edwin Mark, Dorothy Ray, Orlene Truman, Corbie Baise, Eugenia Engelberg, Goldie Iohnson, Dorothy Marshall, Clifford Read, Margie Utay, Arnold Beach, Ruth Fischl, Rosalie Karchmer, Beverly Mize, Mavis Reisberg, Selma Ussery, Juanita Bell, Madeline Berman, Helen Freedman, Harold Karchmer, Ioyce Garson, Marilyn Kaufman, Ianice Block, Richard Grisom, lrene Kaufman, Rose Britton, Ramona Goidl, Irving Kovnat, Frances Brock, Georgia Goodman, ldelle Kynard, Imogene Burkley, Lois Green, Betty Lehwald, Helen Burton, Frances Hall, Ethel Mae Leon, Louis Canada, Leta Rae Harlan, Margaret Levine, Frances Carson, Pauline Harrison, Martha Levy, Helen Cherry, Margaret Hemphill, Louise Levy, Samuel Cohn, Bernice Herzstein, Ruth Lively, Margaret Montgomery, Mike Moore, Anita Moore, Gwendolyn Moseley, Mary Moseley, Walter Nathanson, Adelaide Newman, Billey Fred Nicodemus, Dorothy Oliphant, Louise Pate, Roy Phillips, Opal Hips, Mary Ann Lively, Margaret Rolnick, Kathryn Rosenbloom, Fannie Rosengarten, lnez Ross, Norma Rubin, Bernice Rubin, Betty Rose Shackleford, Frances Shor, Emy Lou Sylvester, Viola Wadsworth, Howard Watel, Elaine Weil, Carl Weinstein, Ann Wharton, Wilma Wigbels, Lawrence Winterman, Leah Wolfe, Betty Wright, lane Yonack, Bertha The High Scholarship Club since its organization in lune, l92l, has increased its member- ship every semester, until now it has an approximate enrollment of one hundred members who have made the required 90 average. Last year the club Celebrated its fifteenth anniversary, at which time Mr. Wylie A. Parker spoke at the meeting, giving a summary of the history of the organization since its beginning. The High Scholarship Club, in an effort to help the unfortunate on these occasions, took a leading part in making and distributing Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets. lt is the hope of the members and the sponsor, Miss Rachel Foote, that in the future the High Scholarship Club will continue to grow and uphold the aims and ideals for which it stands. Page Om' H1lfIlllllI P11 c' , f' l Hi-Y Clubs W, l-I. BUTLER Sponsor l l Q , HI-Y FALL SPRING President . . . . . DEWEY FISHE , President ........ ROLAND Goss VicePresident . ..... F. L. PARKs Vice-President . . . STAGG RENZ Secretary ....... CLIFFORD SHA Secretary . . . . PETER PATTON Sergeant-at-Arms . EMANUEL PATERNOSTRO Sergeant-at-Arms . . DALLAS PATRICK JUNIOR HI-Y . F. L. PARKs Assistants to Sponsor . . RICHARD TAYLOR u FALL SPRING President ........ K. W. ALLEN President ...... BOBBIE WooDsrDE Secretary-Treasurer . . . TIMMIE THURMOND Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . TACK Nix M E M B E R S Ables, Willis Fisher, Dewey Tones, Charles Patrick, Dallas Allen, K. W. Giggleman, L. A. Kellum, l. C. Renz, Stagg Bonnet, Billy Goss, Roland Krakoft, Terry Stockard, Thomas W., Ir, Culibrk, Steve Griffis, Henry Melton, Alton Steer, Buford Cunningham, Fred Hoffman, Merwin Martin, Wayne Shannon, lames Fallin, W. C, Holland, Bill Paternostro, Emanuel Taylor, Richard Frank, Herbert lez, Adolph Patton, Peter Wadsworth, Howard The Hi-Y Clubs are promoted by the Young Men's Christian Association and are affiliated with the state and national Hi-Y movement. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and com- munity high .standards ot Christian character. The membership in the club, because ot its high ideals, is limited and selective. lt is not the purpose just to have a large membership: the quality oi its membership is the important thing. The slogan ot the club is clean living, clean speech, clean athletics, and clean scholarship. During the past year the Senior Hi-Y has taken part in many activities. Among outstanding outside activities were the "Older Boys' Conference" in Temple, Texas, February 4-75 survey ot "Little Mexico"p and preparation of Thanksgiving baskets. The Forest divisions ot the Hi-Y were well represented in all these undertakings. , Page Uni' Hznnflwl' Six Girl Reserves Miss BERTHA IACKSON Sponsor O F F I C E R S P ,d FALL SPRING F951 em, ' ' ' "" GENE MOORE President . . . AGNES MERLE IEFFERS Vice-President . . . HELEN LEHWALD V. P .d t BER IT W T 1 - Secretary . . . KATHRYN ROLNICK 'Ce T951 SH ' ' N A AL ERS Treasurer .... . . . IRENE SIBERT Sscfetflfv - ' ' ' MARIORIE FRE-ELAND Pariiamentarian .... RUTH Hsiazsrzm Treasurer ...... LOUISE HEMPHILL Council Representatives ,,,, Council Representatives ..... LOUISE HEMPHILL TMOGENE KYNARD ELIZABETH HEMPHILL GWENDOLYN MOORE Program Chairman . AGNES MERLE lEFFERS Proqram ChCIirmCtH . . . RUTH HERZSTEIN Social Chairman . . . MARJoRiE FREELAND Social Chairman . . KATHRYN ROLNICK Service Chairman . . . BERNITA WALTERS Service Chairman . . RUTH BALLARD M E M B E R S Armstrong, Sara Lee Crow, Loraine Hall, Ethel Mae Kaufman, lanice Moody, Marie Roqerslsabelle Aschner, Iosephine Danner, Helen Hemphill, Louise Kovnat, Frances Moore, Gene Shackelford, Frances Baise, Eugenia Davis, Leeta Fae Hemphill, Elizabeth Kynard, Evelyn Moore, Gwendolyn Sorenson, Hattie Ballard, Ruth Erickson, Louise Henderson,Vivian Kynard,lmogene Nathanson,Adlene Tobolowsky,Harr1et Brock, Georgia Fischl, Rosalie Hennemuth, MarianneLeamir1q, leanne Phillips, Racheal Tydeman, Ruth Brock, Wanda Fonberg, Angeline Herzstein,Ruth Lehwald,Helen Price,Catherine Walters,Bernita Brown, Nina Lee Freeland, Marjorie letters, Agnes Merle Manion, Susie Ramatsky, Esther Williams, Ruth Chastant, Patricia Ferguson,Fay Kaplan, Sylvia Mark,Dorothy Rann, Mary Frances Willis,Leora Yonack, Bertha Girl Reserves are junior members of the Young Womens Christian Association. The blue triangle of the association symbolizes the three cardinal principles of the Girl Reserve move- ment: Health, Knowledge, and Spirit. lt is around these that the program of the club is built. The activities of the organization are designed to make the girls physically fit, and mentally and morally sound. A code for gracious living is recognized as an ideal toward which to strive. The girls have performed their usual services this year, serving as guards in the girls' restroom, and giving a Thanksgiving basket to the needy of Dallas. Parties welcoming fresh- man girls and other new pupils to the school were given by the Girl Reserves. ln addition, the Forest club has had part in the monthly inter-city Girl Reserve luncheons sponsored by the Young Women's Christian Association, at one of which, the February meeting, the Forest Girls served as hostesses. The club initiated the plan this year of awarding a loving cup to the most efficient mem- ber. The first award given was to Gene Moore, president of the club during the fall term. Pugt- Our' Ilnmluff Sm 1 Il Bakula, Melvin Balthrop, Kenneth Balthrop, Ralph Barnard, Paul Barshop, Fred Blaha, Charles Cox, Bob Cox, lack Crosson, Robert Dean, Conrad Fly, Bernard Fleischer, Dave BOYS Gilmore, Lloyd Garrison, lack Herzog, William tColonelD Kress, Marvin Lambert, Herbert Levy, Bernard I Bushing, Iarnes Strucely, Walter Van Huss, Robert Weinlcrantz, Philip Willis, Connette Yates, Charles Orchestra Miss LoUrsE W1LcoX Director Buchanan, Dick Flood, lack McManemin, Billy Zesmer, David Carter, Thomas G I R L S Aronotf, Shirley Cunningham, Lucille Stowe, Mary Lou Walters, Bernice Brodnax, Katherine Haynes, Patsy Turnabe, Annie West, Leta Brown, Helen Ruth Husbands, Myrtle The Forest Avenue High School Orchestra tor the year l937-38 is one oi the best the school has had in several years. They have played tor several music assemblies and sing-songs, the Armistice Day, Thanksgiving, and special Christmas programs, the Senior plays and com- mencement exercises. During the spring term they had a part in the Easter program given at the Band Shell by the Music Department and also played in the State Orchestra Contest held in Dallas, April 2, l938. Pagr Our Ilvmrlrml Eight Glee Club Miss LoUrsE WILCOIK Director Balthrop, H. C. Hiett, Edgar Krusz, Walter Rogers, Thomas Burns, Herschel lohnson, Fred Lee, Bertrand Robbins, Knox Crouch, Bob lones, Harold Lee, Edward Schwartz, Lucy lpianistl Degan, Harold lones, L. H. Mitchell, Herman Sultis, Pete Fischl, Henry Kriss, Eddie Nance, Bill The Boys Glee Club has given a number ot programs this year. Armistice Day, the Chorus presented a cantata, "The American Ode," expressing a desire tor peace. The day betore the Christmas holidays, we presented a Christmas Cantata, "The Birthday ot The King," and at the Football Banquet we sang "Who ls Sylvia?" and "Come to the Fair." A radio program over Station WRR was given. Following that, the chorus participated in one ot the Texas Week programs. On April 4, the Music Department gave a program ot Spring and Easter music. BIRDS Free to wander Where they please, Winging higher Than the trees. Cares and worries, They must have those, But what they are He only knows. For their home The emerald trees, For their tan The evening breeze, The light grows dim, lt's time for rest, They wend their way Back to their nest. ---CHARLES COLEMAN. Page 0110 Hnv1a71'C11 Nine Banking C. L. F oran Director O F F I C E R S FALL SPRING President ....... CLARENCE EATON President ---"'-- BERNICE RUBIN . . Vice-President .... KATHRYN RoLNrcK Vice-President . . . . BERNICE RUBIN Cashier - ' I - v . STEVE CULIBRK Cashier . . . . . . KATHRYN ROLNICK Assistant Cashier . MARY NELL STEvENsoN Tellers Assistants Clarence Eaton Frances Shackeltord Kllthfvn Rolnick Selma Corchine Bernice Rubin Steve Culibrk Helen Wright Mary Nell Stevenson Bookkeepers Vaudine Catlett Frances Zimmerman Catherine Grissatti K. W. Allen Council Representative Frances Shackeltord Slip Boys Ice Colman Philip Weinkrantz Forest is entering the third successful year with its present banking system. Many prom- inent people have visited the bank and have commented on the efficiency ot this system. The total amount on deposit March 1, 1938, was SS18,040.06. At that time there were 1206 depositors. This makes an average of 514.95 for each depositor. I O Ilzrzzrfwrl 'lrrz Student Council LDON S. HUToH1NsoN l Sponsor PROVISIONAL OFFICERS President . ...... . STEVE CULIBEK Vice-President BERNICE COHN Secretary . . GENE MOORE Treasurer . . HOWARD WADSWORTH Sergeant-at-Arms . . . LOUrs LEON Ables, Willis Abrahamson, lane Aschner, Iosephine Balthrop, H. C. Bell, Walter Beville, William Blanchard, Betty Boronstein, I-Iymie Bronaugh, Billy Bronauqh, lack Brooks, Isabelle Bryant, Ross Burnett, Madeleine Canada, Leta Bae Center, Irene Cohn, Bernice Collett, Garland Cooper, Lee Roy Cooper, Marion Culibrlc, Steve Danielson, Alberta Duca, Marie Ewalt, Rauline Fisher, Dewey MEMBERS Fowler, Audrey Gamel, Marie Green, Theresa Griffis, Henry Harris, Iuanita Hearn, George Hardwick, 'Walter Hemphill, Louise Hoffman, Merwin Iaccbs, Edwin lones, Charles Keeton,OneC1l Kynard, Imogene Leon, Louis Levy, Lester Lloyd, Billy Dick LOOS, Dorothy MacNally, Bill Marcus, Bose Marten, lulia Mayer, Lorenia Minslcy, Gene Mize, Mavis Moore, Gene Mclvleans, lack McMeans, Peytona MacNally, Bill Ogletree, ludy Ann Paternostro, Ernanue' Patton, Peter Primrose, Alice Reisberg, Selma Benz, Stagg Rodgers, Lorene Rogers, Freda Rosenbloom, Fannie Shaclcelford, Frances Selzer, Simon Solano, Myrtle Bell Soltes, Elton Stillman, Clara Bell Thornell, Tyra Turner, Novella Wadsworth, Howard Weber, Charles Weinstein, Ann Wittkower, lune Young, Betty Lou The Student Council of Forest High School was organized this past year to cooperate with the faculty and to be a voice for the students. The purpose of the organization is to promote, with approval of the faculty, the welfare of all the activities of Forest Avenue High School, by participation in school administration. The council was formed by a group of students who sacrificed some of their duties in other organizations to build the first Student Council. These students came to school half an hour before school time for six months and drew up the constitution. The qualifications for membership are as follows: All students in council must be passing in four solid subjectsg elective officers should hold no other Office. The council is not considered as a club. lt is the hope of the school that the Student Council will become a strong force in the direction of school affairs. Pagr Om' Hzzzlifwll I President . . First Vice-President . Second Vice-President . Third Vice-President . Fourth Vice-President . Fifth Vice-President . Sixth Vice-President . Seventh Vice-President Recording Secretory . Corresponding Secretory Treofsurer . . . Auditor . . . Auditor . . l-listorign . Porlicrmentorion . OFFICERS Delegate to Council MRS. l. CoHN . MRS. A. l. BRILLING MRS. THoMAs S. CiARTER MRS. GRANVILLE MOORE . . MRS. A. H. IACOBS . MRS. HARRY STONE . MRS. FRED E. NEWMAN . MRS. IACK RUPARD . . MRS. I. l. SHOR . MRS. M. HERZSTEIN . MRS. M1LToN F. BRAUN . MRS. E. T. CROSSON MRS. HERBERT LILLEBRIDGE . MRS. GARY L. BURToN . MRS. SAM T. KAUFMAN . MRS. W. E. BOGIE Delegate to High School Section MRS. A. I. THROWER Under the leordership ot Mrs. A. l. Brilling, president, the Porent-Tedcher Associoition hos Parent Tecrche Hssoclatlon gccornplished its objective ot promoting the Weltore ot youth ond bringing orbout g closer reldtionship between pgrents ond tegchers. Among the Services rendered to the School this yeorr were the following: Providing lunches tor needy students, Supplying cgrtgre for pupils gttending speciorl closses ort Techniccrl l-ligh, ond Sewing clothing tor the underprivileged. 0 One Hzrmlrrfl T1IU!'Il'C President . . . First Vice-President . Second Vice-President . Secretary and Treasurer Dads Club OFFICERS . L. L. HIEGEL . HARRY STONE . E. T. CROSSON . P. L. LACY Athletic . .... H. C. MCGARITY Executive Board L. L. HIEGEL HARRY STONE E. T. CROSSON P. L. LACY ROBERT STERN Committees Finance . B. O. T. C. . W. B. STALLCUP . A. I. THROWER Educational . . HENRY ELY Improvement . . ROBERT STERN Welfare . . . T. S. CARTER Entertainment . . ED TANKUS Goodwill . . . I. L. RICKER Membership .... . E. T. CROSSON During the school year of l937-38 the Dads Club's chief objective has been to obtain physical education grounds, this being partially realized through the purchase of property by the Board of Education. The Board of Education has at this time already purchased approx- imately twelve lots behind Forest Avenue High School for physical education purposes, and has pledged to continue until the entire block has been purchased. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES Thanks for the memories Ot pencil, pen and book, That sad, pathetic look When thinking ot our lessons And ot all the time they took, HOW slowly we worked. Thanks tor the memories Of days in 202 Long after school was through, And all because We had some And had to take a chewy How painful that was! QLUT1 Many's the time that we've cheered For the glory of old Forest Highg Your rnemory's torever endeared, And our hearts are sad as We say goodbye. So thanks for the memories Ot your beloved halls, Ot rooms and locker stallsg We've enjoyed every minute that We'Ve spent within your Walls, And as We say adieu, Dear Forest High to YOU, We thank you so much. -HELEN LEHWALD. lThanks to the authors of "Thanks tor the Memories."l Pagr' Om' Huudrctl Tbirl Page One Hundred Fourteen GIFTS Have you ever been alone of a rainy after- noon, Perhaps reading lines from Milton, Or humming sprightly tune From some great Master's repertoire? Have you walked in meadows splashed with summer clover everywhere, Or sat beneath a ,spreading tree while daisies here and there Stared at you with wide open eyes and said, "Sir, do you realize that we are very beautiful?" Have you heard the red leaves crackle like a fire beneath your feet And hollow autumn winds whistling sym- phonies so sweety And plaintive songs of winter echoing through a frosty night, As the elfins dance outside, and the blast- ing elements fight, Each one to be the strongest? Then know that you have lived and been And done and felt the world beneath your qrgSp, And when some day you reach a strand far distant do not ask, "What has life given me?" -ELSIE Ross ISRAEL. TO HELP YOU LIVE EACH DAY The world says, "Come, don't be a bum, And you will live all right." lf smiles do lead you in your need To live in great delight. Take up your work and never shirk, A smile will find the way, For work is grand if you'll understand You need to live each day. Don't wait for friends to come and lend To you a helping hand, But show your grit by doing it And really be a man. Smile your way through, that's all you do To turn work into play: A simple smile is worth your while To help you live each day. YGLENN CARPENTER. . lb. Interscholastic League Representatives RUTH HERZSTEIN EULA MAE MEADOR LEAH WINTERMAN GERALDINE COWARD BARNETT GooDsTE1N LESTER LEVY . CORBIE TRUMAN CLIFFORD MARSHALL . Essay Contest Girls Declamation . . Spelling . . Spelling Boys Declamation . Extemporaneous Speaking ANTITHESIS While strolling in the snow one day, I paused beside a peaceful stream, And as the sun was shining gay, I watched the play of each small beam. The trees, the grass, the snow, the rocks, Were gleaming at the water's edge, The geese flew north in waving flocks, And snow had bared a distant ledge. A few weeks later came the Spring, And with it came the joy supreme, Of souls whose voices have a happy ring, Which always have as Love their theme. Green trees, green grass no snow on rocks Were gleaming at the water's edge, But gathered 'round were geese in flocks, Like birds around an unripe hedge. YSAM KING. . Boys Debating . Boys Debating Page Om' Huurircrz' Fiflreu 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 77 Row 1. 2. Row 1. Z. 3. 4. Row Row 1. 2. 3. One Aren't fire drills fun? Five of o kind. Two Snow cyclists. , Irvin Aschner, the picture tcrkd poses. "Romeo" Pribhle. 1 Eugene Levin is the proud owner, that big smile. Three lust pcilsfAde1ine Nathanson C1 Iosephine Aschner. Four Three smgri girls. Soups and scrlcrds-Remember? The dignified president, Clcxrer Eaton, cotught in on undignified mor His stooges ore Wayne Barker ci lrvin Goidl. F E A 1 I f 4 U I2 E S l H DREHM REHLIZED F rom the day I was born, on through my childhood, the name America became a dream. My every morning, noon, and night was crowded by the dream of America. I was hungry for the pure and free air that every one spoke about. I desired to see the gold on the streets and all the people free, equal, and happy. I Wanted to be one of them. For seven long years I kept building up my dreams. Each day I added a little more to them, and each night before bed I prayed that they would come true. Finally, the day came and I realized that my dreams were coming true, and my prayers were not in vain. In less than a year I would be in the land of my dreams. I would actually be living and breathing the pure free air in this grand and glorious America. Everything was Well until I had to bid all my dear ones good-bye. Only those who have parted from their loved ones can understand the Way I felt. And still I wanted to go on to America. When I arrived at New York, I Was amazed at seeing things like those in the European cities. Though the language was strange, everyone kept telling me that in no time I would be able to speak like all other Americans. Several years passed, but I had not found America as I had dreamed to find it. I could not see the difference in the air and I found no gold on the streets. Ahl but now I have realized my dream and everything has come true. I have seen how my brethren are persecuted in foreign lands, forbidden to walk on the same streets with other citizens and to breathe the air of freedom. How well do I realize the purity and freedom in the air that I breathe, and how Well do I see that every step that I take on the street is paved with a gold that is greater than gold. I walk the streets as a citizen, proud and unafraid of dictators. No one will ever know how thankful I am for this beloved land. Every night I go to bed giving a prayer for the preservation of America, for I have realized my dream. -SELMA REISBERG Pagf' One Hzzmlrrd Eigblrwi FOREST FHVORITES Selected by Popular Vote of the Student Body GENE MOORE Gene "Sweetness" Moorefis a "perfect specimen" of personality. Her smiles to everyone have not only made her have such a charming personality, but have also won for her the title of the most popular girl in the school. She takes part in all sports and is always willing to do more than her share in anything she undertakes. She belongs to many school organizations, all of which are made better by her tireless efforts and cheer- ful cooperation. And here is a girl whose scholarship record has been consistently good. Orchids to you, Gene, and may Forest have many more like you in years to come! IUANITA HARRIS ln a recent contest luanita Harris won the title of "class cut-up." This name fits her to a When Iuanita is in class, you can always count on plenty of humor to break the monotony. She is liked by everyone, for who can resist that mischievous smile and friendly manner? luanita's ambition is to be in Walter Winchell's column. tLet's hope Mr. Winchell does her justice.l IUNE WlTTKO'VV'ER Iune Wittkower is one of the sweetest girls in the senior class. Her lovable disposition and her even temper make her easy to get along with. lune is an excellent dancer. She is always sure to get a rush at a dance. ln her spare time she takes care of her shiny blonde locks. lune believes that "beauty is only skin deep." She uses very little make- up, for her natural beauty needs little accent. She has held many offices in the class, and always performs her duties efficiently. ROLAND GOSS Roland Goss-"Stormy" to his friends'-is a perfect example of a high school athlete. "Stormy" believes that if you do a thing you must do it well. That he means this, can be clearly seen by the record he has made for himself in football, basketball and track. His favorite pastime is collecting newspaper clip- pings of himself. When he walks down the hall, he leaves a trail of fluttering hearts behind. Strange as it may seem, the favorite subject ot this big, strong athlete is Home Economics. CLARENCE EATON lt is very seldom indeed that the same person holds the offices of IV-B and IV-A President. However, Clarence Eaton made such an efficient IV-B President that the class called him back for an encore. Clarence is the boy with the "million dollar smile." When that smile goes to work, it radiates such sun- shine that it is hard for anyone in the same room to resist returning it. But when he goes to work, there is a determined set to his iaw that gets results with a capital R. DEWEY FISHER One of the most dashing of our military officers is Dewey Fisher. One is sure to notice this tall, dark, and handsome chap as he strides through the halls. Dewey was a yell leader during football season and did much to "pep up" the Forest rooting section. He speaks with a lazy, southern drawl, fre- guently emphasizing his remarks by means of wild gestures with his hands. He will sometimes stare off so intently into space that anyone looking at him will wonder ex- actly what he is thinking about. Maybe it's military, maybe it's athletics, maybe it's the senior dance. We'll never know. Pagf- One Humlrnl Nim'lven 96716 CWOOTC ,MNA 'WU guanita gfarrzk4 Ld! x 5x . JLMVVLO gune Cwjittkower 1yw,lf wil W an 5 Qwfgwiii gloland 9055 4533? Clarence Satan Qbewey gisker DIHRY SEPTEMBER l7e-Carefree vacation days are over, and students truck up to school for enrollment. After ot hard day of going through yards and yards of red tape, we no longer truck, but drag ourselves home. SEPTEMBER l8-First day of school. Teachers are in excellent humor. CLet's hope they stay that way.l l'm so sick of writing my name that I could scream. l dream of covering books. SEPTEMBER 20-First assembly of the year. lt looks like old times with everybody standing up. Try--outs are held for yell leader. Everyone gets splendid tonsil ex- ercise. SEPTEMBER 27-C. G. Bechenbach speaks on "Safety." He illustrates his talk on the Llackboard. OCTOBER 4-E. D. Walker speaks for the lunior Bed Cross. OCTOBER 7-Pep assembly held. We'll bring down that roof yet. OCTOBER 8--Pep rally held at night. Invita- tions were issued, and a large crowd turns out. OCTOBER 9-Parade is held in the morning. Forest plays Woodrow and loses, l3-U. OCTOBER lliCaptain W. G. Burns speaks on "Fire Prevention." Firemen's band plays several numbers. Swing it, boys! OCTOBER l5-Forest loses to Sunset, 20-7. Gee, for a while it looked as if we had 'ern. OCTOBER 22iForest beats Greenville, l3-O. Yippee! OCTOBER 25-C. I. Rutland, head of the Dal- las Traffic Commission speaks on "Safety." We're actually getting safety conscious, aren't we? NOVEMBER 8iArmistice Day program. Major Ioe Hill speaks on "Peace" Aelta Histori- cal Society has charge of program. NOVEMBER lleTime out for Armistice Day. Many Foresters get shoved about while watching the parade down town. Page Om' H7ll1lI1'0!l Twrnty-iwo NOVEMBER l3iForest beats Tech, 20-6. lt's about time we showed them who we are. NOVEMBER l5eP.-T. A. paid assembly. Miss Pauline Wright presents "Exit the Grand Duchess." The "grand duchessf' makes our boys sit up and take notice. NOVEMBER l8--Traffic Safety Contest. Bill Holland wins first place. NOVEMBER 20-Annual grudge battle be- tween Forest and Adamson. We win, l3-6. Were they mad! NOVEMBER 24e-Public Speaking deaartnent presents Thanksgiving program. Schoal's out for the holidays. Finally! NOVEMBER 29--Iohn W. McCord speaks on "Alaska." Arouses the spirit of adventure in our boys. The Faculty "Misses" are now pouring over travel circulars from the Far North. DECEMBER 2+Student-faculty basketball game. The "appletakers" won again. And disappointment on disappointment, Mr. La- Borne forgot his tow sack. Oh, Mr. Allison, did you notice the feminine sighs as you dribbled by? DECEMBER 3-lV-A's sponsor first dance of the year. Everybody's learning how to do the "Big Apple." DECEMBER 7fNational Honor Society holds initiation. Dr. David Lefkowitz, lr., speaks cn "The Aristocracy of Being a Man." DECEMBER IOLIV-B dance. We're improving on that "Big Apple." DECEMBER l3iMusical program is given under direction of Miss Wilcox. Have any of you ever listened to a sing-song over the "mike" in study hall? Try it sometime ethe effect is rather unusual. DECEMBER l7-Banquet is given for the foot- ball boys. DECEMBER 20-Public Speaking department gives a Christmas program in hill-billy style. Miss Clark sings. Like Simone Simon, she sings, she sings! Mr. Boulton gives a high-powered sales talk, and Mr. Moore plays a tune on his musical bottles. tHe let me play them during Chemistry. More fun---ll DECEMBER 224Musical Christmas program is given. School's out for the holidays. JANUARY 3-School starts once more. What has happened to everyone's pep? l keep writing '37 instead of '38. Ho hum! l wish I could go to sleep. JANUARY 7-Iunior Prom. Many juniors at- tend. And we thought all of those children were freshmen! IANUARY 8vSigns are going up all over school urging us to look for "lumbo." This type of advertising reminds me of "Watch for it, it's Coming," and "See Lita Monday." Remember? IANUARY lU-Senior Day. Milton Rubin, pres- ident of the lV-A's, acts as Master of Cere- monies for a variety program. Saved by a senior "teacherl" Cl didn't have my Eng- lish.l IANUARY l4-Football boys receive their sweaters and letters. Many flutterings among the femmes in the audience. IANUARY 21-The lanuary graduates present their senior play, "Among the Winners." Those who went to see it were "among the winners" of super-colossal entertain- ment. Good work, kids. IANUARY 24eExams, the spooks which haunt every student twice a year, start. IANUARY 28-After several days of suspense, students come to get their report Cards. Many a heavy heart leaves the building, while some are filled with relief and joy. IANUARY 31-The grand parade begins. ln other words, enrollment. FEBRUARY 2-First day of school. Won't somebody let me stay in his class? l had four study halls today. FEBRUARY 14-Valentines Day. Bel Canto Quartet gives a musical program in a paid assembly. FEBRUARY Zl-lt's snowing again. ls this Texas or Alaska? FEBRUARY 22-Popularity contest is held. Boland Goss and Gene Moore come out on top. FEBRUARY 28-Texas Week begins. Texas History Club sponsors program in assem- bly. MARCH 4-Public Speaking department gives program in assembly. Students be- come impatient when the Victrola refuses to start. MARCH 7-Miss Wilcox leads us in a sing- song. Many pupils were tempted to "swing out" on "The Bonnie, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond." However, the accompanist's ver- sion was written long before the influence of Benny Goodman. MARCH 14-Linz pins are presented in as- sembly. Aha! Now we know Who burns that midnight oil. MARCH l8-IV-A's sponsor the first gym dance of the year. And "a good time was had by all." MARCH 2leFirst day of spring. Ah me, it does something to you, doesn't it? MARCH 25-lll-A's sponsor sport dance at night. lf the lunior Prom goes over as well as this dance did, it will certainly be a success. MARCH 28-Representatives from the Texas Highway Commission conduct a survey during English classes. MARCH 29-Tryouts are held for the senior play. The suspense begins. APRIL l-April fool! The lV-B's give an April Fool Dance. MAY l6-Senior Day. MAY 20-Senior Play, "How DARE You!" MAY 27--Senior Dance. MAY 29wBaccalaureate. IUNE 2eEnd of our high school daysfGrad- uation. Pagr' One Humlrea' Twznly three' Wallace Thrower, Who dances like Astaire, Leaves Lester Levy His complexion so fair. Norma Gene Guynes, Our little honey, Leaves Ianice Kaufman Her smile so sunny. Helen Lehwald, With personality plus, Wills her sense of humor To all of us. A jolly boy ls Leon Kahnp He leaves his smile To a military man. Bill Holland, Answer to a maiden's prayer, Wills David Goodman His sleek black hair. Margie Bead, With big blue eyes, Leaves her innocent look To Mavis Mize. Ruth Herzstein, An author, l am told, Wills her quiet reserve To those who are bold. ldelle Goodman, CShedding a farewell tearl, Leaves Frances Burton Her musical ear. Buford Steer, With pretty blond curls, Leaves Iimmy Stone His way with the girls, P g Ori? Huna'rmf Tivelilyffouf TUNE, '38 CLASS WILL We. the seniors. In sound body and mind. Feeling generous and kind. Leave you future senior classes The best we find in our lads and lasses: Fay Ferguson, We envy her brightness, Wills all poor dancers Her feathery lightness. Gene Moore, Leader in the class, Wills her efficiency To a deserving lass. Brownie Passons, So happy and gay, Leaves her wit To Ola Bay. Tall, blond, and handsome Roland Goss, Leaves the football team His job as boss. Elaine Watel, Whose charm never ends, Leaves Margaret Lively "How to Win Friends." Clarence Eaton, Who is never sad, Bequeaths his smile To a lucky lad. Dhal Fletcher, Of whom we're so fond, Leaves her golden locks To a disappointed blonde. luanita Harris, Who has fun while she may, Wills her art of cutting up To Dorothy Bay. Mrs. Levin's Son, Eugene, Wills Ierry Shalette His high esteem. Ruby Briggs, With freckles to spare, Leaves Dorothy lohnson Her bright red hair. Maudine and Vaudine, One dark, one light, Leave the way they get along To twins who fight. "Chocky" Fair, As cute as can be, Wills his talent for dancing To you and me. "Pat" Paternostro, With that Romeo look, Leaves Allan Meade His address book. Evelyn Elam, Who hails from Mesquite, Wills the football boys Her cute little feet. Georgia Brock, One of the Latin sharks, Wills Margaret Epstein Her excellent marks. Unusual looking Margery Light, Leaves her Chinese eyes To Beulah White. Elizabeth Hemphill, An eyeful,l think, Leaves her beauty To Betty Fink. Alex Barr, One of the handsome chaps, Leaves O. B. Cecil His study hall naps. Martin Clasby, A journalist of note, Leaves Phillip Weinkranz All the copy he wrote. Arnold Utay, Who is liked by all, Leaves his winning ways To Mary Graul. Harold Butler, CBuddy is his namel, Leaves his English notes To Andie Graham. Marjorie Blasser, So fastidious and neat, Leaves Gertrude Ackerman A charm you can't beat. Audrey Fowler, With bright red hair, Leaves Selma Reisberg Her friendly air. H. G. Clark, Who is tall and thin, Leaves Alton Ralston The other twin. Betty Rose Rubin, So sweet and demure, Leaves Ramona Britton Her feminine allure. W. C. Fallin, That indifferent guy, Wills Tommy Clark His red bow tie. Doris McLausson Who knows how to dress, Leaves her style To Virginia Tresp. Lurlynne Carothers, So small and petite, Leaves Roberta Malone Her manner so sweet. Dewey Fisher, A yell-leader of fame, Leaves his personality To Beverly Pain. Edwin lacobs, Who can make things hum, Wills Fred Collins The art of getting things done. Clifford Marshall, Though he may seern shy, Wills his reserved pep To Bernard Levy. lune Wittkower, With delicate beauty, Leaves her common sense To a freshman cutie. Horace Simmons, A brilliant boy, Leaves his English To L. C. McCoy. Henry Rabinowitz, Whose motto we know, Leaves Irving Wasserman His "Buy an EcHo." Patsy Haynes, Leaves her charming smile To Mabel Segell To wear for a while. lane Abraharnson, One of the busiest girls, Leaves Elsie Streicher Her neat golden curls. Freda Rogers, With admirers so many, Leaves them to girls Who haven't any. A loyal Forester, Is Celia Green, She leaves her school spirit To Velina McMeans. lerry Krakoff, Pretty pictures he makes, Leaves Norman Pribble All the hearts he breaks. A dark complexion Has Helen Berman: She wills Louise Hemphill Her gorgeous tan. Phillip Shreiber, A basket ball star, Leaves Tom Gillespie His two-bit car. Sally Bierner, W'ho wishes us luck, Wills Shirley Blasser Her ability to truck. Frances Zimmerman, With pitch black hair, Leaves her long eyelashes To Margaret Blair. A future big-shot ls Willis Ablesp He leaves small ears To all Clark Gables. Walter Hardwick, The welldressed man, Leaves his checkered coats To an admiring fan. lack Strange, With handsome features, Leaves his love To all the teachers. A star track man ls Cecil Redd, He leaves shy boys "How to Knock 'em Dead." And l, Bernice Rubin, Leave my dictionary of rhymes To those who write wills ln future times. Page One Hundfed Twenty fi Texas Week "Land where bluebonnets brave a Texas spring, And dogwood, white and fragrant, has its way." Texas Week is always a colorful one at Forest Avenue High School. This year it was more so than ever because the days of March and April, l938, are identical with those of March and April of 1836. Our principal, Wylie A. Parker, is the originator of Texas Week, and the students of Forest Avenue High School always celebrate it with enthusiasm and ceremony. Two assemblies honored Texas Week this year. The first was on February 28, and the other on March 4. The assembly on February 28 was presented by the Texas History Club. Rose Kaufman opened the program with a speech entitled "The Significance of Texas Week." Lucy Schwartz played a piano solo, "impromptu," The Honorable Leslie lackson, a prominent lawyer and a descendant of Iohn H. Reagan, made the central speech, which gave unusual phases of Texas history. A quartet composed of Dixie Holtman, H. C. Balthrop, Knox Robbins, and Iane Kizer sang "Texas, Our Texas." Books were presented to the Texas Memorial Library by clubs and classes. The assembly closed with the singing of Texas songs, led by Miss Louise Wilcox. The assembly on March 4 was presented by the Speech Arts Department under the direc- tion of Miss Helen Fern Black. The assembly was divided into six parts, which represented Texas as it was under the French, Spanish, Mexican, Texas, Confederate, and American flags. There were reviews of other Texas Weeks given, and mention was made of such prominent men as Doctor I. F. Kimball, Ex-Governor Pat M. Neff, Governor Iames V. Allred, Frank Watson, Peter Molyneaux, and Mrs. W. P. Zumwalt, all of whom have spoken during previous Texas Weeks. Thus ended another Texas Week in Forest Avenue High School, where we are proud and happy to sing: "Texas, our Texas, All hail the mighty state! Texas, dear Texas, so wonderful, so great!" Page One Hunrlverl Twenty-six TUNE, '38 CLHSS PROPHECY june 2, 1948 Futureland, U. S. A. Dear Mother: l arrived in Futureland safely after the ex- citing land-rush, and l'm just bubbling over with news. lt certainly was a brilliant idea of our Secretary-of-State, Robert Hickman, to open the wonderful territory of Futureland free to United States citizens. l must say that Captain Wallace Thrower's discovery of this beautiful island by means of his new inven- tion, the Atmospheric Phylosophede, was very fortunate indeed. The most wonderful part of it all is that I know so many people here. It seems that a large number of the june '38 graduates of old Forest Avenue High School have gone in for the thrill of settling this new territory. ft is interesting to Watch the new stores and business enterprises opening. Futureland promises to be Hollywood's great successor. A great studio has been opened, Metro-Silver Stag. lt is owned by Steve Culibrk. The directors are Glennf Car- penter and Lawrence Wigbels, while chief among the cameramen is Irving Goidl. Their great scenario writers are Bernice Rubin and loyce Karchmer. The chief romantic star shines forth under the name of Walter Mose- ley. The Beefstake Twins, Bacheal Phillips and Lorraine Crow, dancers of swing, are very good indeed. The Tarzan roles are gal- lantly performed by Henry Stampley. Among other members who hold contracts, julius Aronofsky is making Eddie Duchin sit up and take notice: Dixie Holtman and H. C. Bal- throp are giving Nelson Eddy and leanette MacDonald of Hollywood some stiff compe- tition, and Chocky Fair and Kitty Bolnick are making a new picture called "Dance Till Dawn." Boy, can those kids shuffle their feet! Some of the leading romantic teams are Bertrand Lee and Delma Stevenson, Elbert Bunnels and Margaret Cherry. Stella Mae Coffman is chief among dress designers, and Weldon Sanders draws the famous cartoon, "Gussie Goose." Metro-Silver's song writers are Flora Purser and Bobbie Fern Hamlin. Harold Freedman makes all back-stage noises. Everyone in Futureland is very en- thusiastic over the studio, for we know it will be a great success. The funeral home here belongs to Peter Patton, but Doctor Horace Simmons and his nurse, Geraldine Coward, are rendering such marvelous care to the sick of F utureland that we can't see how Mr. Patton makes a living. lt has been rumored that he is in the dog biscuit business on the side. He produces "Patton's Precious Pills for Puny Pups." We held an election last week and elected Clarence Eaton, Mayorp Bill Holland, Chief of Policep Barnett Goodstein, District Attorney: Betty Wolfe, president of the Board of Educa- tion, and Stagg Benz, Fire Chief. james Shan- non and Arnold Utay are judges. Frances Levine is head of the Department of Health, and Charles jones is Big Chief Dog Catcher. Some of our most heroic policemen are H. A. Boyd and james Goff. I. L. Haney and Thomas Stockard slide down the pole every time they hear the fire alarm. Marjorie Swain has announced the open- ing of her new modeling school. I hear that rl--J" Page Om' Hundred Twenly-sewn Angeline Fonberg, Thelma Glenn and loy lenkins are enrolling. Margaret Golden will teach a class in the art of choosing clothes. Lois Moore and Otha Mae Hendricks will help design the dresses for the models to wear. Guess what! We have a race track here. It has been called the "Dickerson Downs," and Marion, the owner, is very proud of the immense track. Howard Wadsworth owns "Passemup," and Harvey Thomas owns the gallant nag "Gunit." They have hired Henry Hall and Albert Lynn to ride their horses to victory. Among the other steed-straddlers are L. A. Giggleman and lack McMeans, who always hang around the race track. We had a beauty contest here yesterday, the results are yet to be announced. The con- testants were divided into blondes, brunettes and red heads. Among the blonde contestants were Doris Di Maio and Madelyn Bell. The brunettes turned out Maudine Catlett, Bosa- lie Fischl and Edna Buth Epstein, while the red head contestants went under the names of Barbara Miller and Lenora Reeves. A lovely little bakery shop has just opened around the corner. lt is owned by Dorothy Bassett and Charles Pierce. Their delivery boy is l. D. Thomas, who ambles about on his beloved bicycle. We have a thriving business here called the Escort Bureau owned by Karl Woelfley. He has hired Emanuel Paternostro, Boland Goss, Dewey Fisher, Herbert Frank and Bu- ford Steer to make the girls' hearts flutter. Alice Primrose is principal of the little red school house. Among those "apple takers" are Vera Belker, gym instructor, Buth Cox, history instructor, Blanche Crook, art instruc- tor. Marian Tobias teaches public speaking, Page One Hundred Twenty-eight Evelyn Frances, home economics, Annie Lou Odle, chemistry, Edith Fulgham, Spanish, Marie Toberny, biology: Ethel Mae Hall, al- gebra, and Dorothy Simon, typing. Henry Griffis is manager of a few tough heavyweights. Henry is especially proud of his champion boxer, Curtis Slocum. On every billboard in town there is a pic- ture of a beautiful girl, oddly resembling Norma Gene Guynes, who advertises Pepso- panna tooth paste. Alton Melton and Bichard Taylor, those two wonderful chemists, have given us some marvelous scientific inventions. For instance, they have patented their rubber hammer- it keeps you from hurting your thumb when you hit it, a revolving goldfish bowl, which keeps the fish from swimming around and wearing themselves out, and some ink that leaves spaces when you write, so you won't have to pick up your pen. Warren Sears manufactures soap boxes which usually find their way under those politicians, Wilbert Payne and Bennie Taylor. Fred Byron, the millionaire, donated 325,- UOO to the city for a large library. Two very sweet librarians are Emma lean Reynolds and Elsie May Thorn. I took some books out yesterday. One was called "The Theory of Evolution," by lack Strange, among the oth- ers was a book of love lyrics by Eugene Anderson and a 2,000-page novel by Elsie Bose lsrael. The circus is coming to Futurelandl All the billboards advertise Cleaburn Weathersby's great circus. Fred Evans is one of the best barkers. Henry McAdams bravely tames the lions. Wayne Martens is the fearless fire- eater. Harris McKnight is the tall man in the big tent. William McCullough is the rubber man. The Siamese twins are called Harold and Howard Walters. Some of the cute little midgets are Celia Kellner, Helen Levy and Pauline Wild. Edith Welch sells tickets to the side shows. Earline Lasseter is the charming lady on the white horse. Adolph Iez and Lazell Iarvis are the clowns. Iohn Crowder has a nifty little garage on Main Street, next door to which Harry Cobbel owns a theater. In Harry's theater the ushers are girls. They are Frances Bledsoe, Alice Burley, Eunice Cleveland, Frances Davis and Greta Pearl Harmon. ln the vaudeville act Bernard Ely is a one-man band. Ruth Dun- bar, Dorothy Fullington, lane Kizer and Inez Sears form the girls' quartet. The Futureland Daily News is edited by Harold Vann. Some of his gallivanting re- porters are Suzie Manion, Thelma Frauman, Leta Fae Davis, Hattie Sorenson, Billie Louise Rogers, Earline Rope, and Leora Willis. Rich- ard Bopp writes the weather reports, and Louise Erickson writes recipes. Marie Moody writes an article on "How To Be Beautiful." Evelyn Waller reviews the moving pictures. Iosephine Iones writes instructions on how to make crazy quilts, and Helen Berman writes two-week serial stories. We have a beautiful new bridge in Future- land that was built by W. D. Davis and Merwin Hoffman, who head a large engineer- ing company. Warren McSpadden is gradually growing wealthy from his profitable business of man- ufacturing McSpadden Spats. Pauline .Boshart is his stenographer. Ted Wrights and Dave Tobolowsky are travelling spats salesmen. In Warren's large store on Main Street, Odelle Horton, Geneva Cooper, Daisy Weaver, Martha Paroski and Eldorado Wil- son sell his special product. Blanche Beauchamp has opened a busi- ness school. I hear that some of the instruc- tors are Iuanita Oliver, Bernice I-Ioyle, Bobbie Clearrnan, Grace Nall and Wava Paulson. The Sarah Harris beauty preparations are being displayed in Margaret Duck's beauty salon. The beauty demonstrators, Eva Wil- liams, Salba Fain and Margaret Vanlanding- ham, recommend the preparations, and Edith Marcelle, Mildred Owens and Dorothy Poirer travel on the road with their brief cases full of the Harris Cosmetics. I heard that lack Long, the Fuller brush man, really got the air when he stopped at the door of housewife Mildred McKinney. Florence Sallee, who has a flower nursery, grows the plants sold in all floral shops in Futureland. Etheleen Taylor owns one, and Theresa Wright makes bouquets. Eula Mae Meador, who is now teaching elocution, has Margaret Sanford as her sten- ographer. The Futureland Women's Club, with Ieanne Leaming as its president, is doing some mar- velous work here. Margaret Hicks, Harriet Tobolowsky, Ethel Nusbaum and Margaret Ann Curtis are some of the members. At one of their recent meetings Myrtle Belle Solano played the piano, Opal Phillips gave some readings, and Esther Stein sang a few songs. Well, mother, I guess I'd better close now. I'm sorry I wrote such a long letter, but I knew you would be interested in the success- ful outcome of all my classmates. Q Love and kisses, HELEN LEHWALD. Page One Hundrea' Twenty mne IHNUHRY, '39 CLHSS PROPHECY TIME: Spring of 1950. PLACE: Paris, France. CHARACTERS: Two excited young ladies, Laurette and Florine. Flourine and Laurette, Americans, have been in Paris for a whole day and are re- lating to each other all the familiar sights and people that they have seen. SCENE I LAURETTE texcitedlyl: Oh, Florine, you really don't know what you missed by not going with me yesterday. l had the most glorious time. I saw so many people that I know. FLoRrNE: Me, too! l saw-but you must have something especially nice to tell me, so- LAURETTE: My guide told me that a large fashion show was to be held at the "Paris- york," a new fashion center. Well, you know how l am. l trucked it on over there, and you just can't imagine who operates the place. FLoR1NE: Who? LAURETTE: Madame Ftenel, who is really Mollie Grace Heine! She has a swanky place and a flock of exclusive people working for her. First, she gave a program and presented dances by Hetha Fisher, piano solos by Louise Alexander, and songs by our jovial successor to Kate Smith, Myrtle Husbands. Then she introduced her assistants, who l found to be Mary Virginia Canaday and Lorraine Wertz, designersg Bertie Fae Raw- lins, interior decorator, and Madeline Burnett, personal director. Her feature on the program was the ap- pearance of the most photographed model in Page One Hunilfrd Thirty the world, Sara lim Hilley, who came from New York to display the exclusive styles. lncluded in the fashion shop is a beauty salon under the personal supervision of the great coiffure expert, Monsieur Fenior, or the former David Goodman. Under my very eyes Maxine Polakoff, who married a rich count, was given a thorough going over by Fenior and his assistant, Ruth Ballard. Also at the style show were Irene Grisom, the world's fastest typist, and Ward Tucker, a French professor in the University of Paris. Now, Florine, can you top that for seeing old friends? FLORINE: lt's really a pity that you don't like sports, because l went to the Olympics, and l saw just as many people as you did. lrene Perkins won the honors for swim- ming: Tommy Davis, for broad-jumping and hurdle running. Bertha Duckworth, who teaches English by radio to French and Ital- ian children, sat next to me. While the judges were announcing the winners, l was nonchalantly eating peanuts, when l suddenly discovered that the peanut vendor was none other than Claude Wilson. Still possessing a gift of gab, Claude joined me, and l learned that lack Taylor is teach- ing Latin and physics in Columbia Univer- sity, that Pete Lazarcs is hunting wild game in Africa: that Carl Weil and Eugene Cade have gone in partnership and are dealing exclusively in the finest junk: and that La Nora Smith and lane Russel are news com- mentators. Here in a sudden burst of confidence, he was interrupted by Edward Summerfield, our Ambassador of Goodwill to France, who in- troduced a we-ll-known coach, David Weber, and his assistant, Norman De Laughter. jack Michaelson spoke to me then, and I forgot Claude and Edward, for jack is now a mil- lionaire play-boy-but I was nearly knocked off my props when I found out that his wife, Bernice Cohn is travelling with him! jack told me- LAURETTE: That all sounds like fiction. Are you sure you- FLORINE: Don't interrupt! jack told me that Dave Butcher is now commander of our naval base in China, and Dallas Patrick is commander of our troops in the Far East. Isn't that grand? LAURETTE: Heavenly days! After all that talking, the Olympics ought to have ad- journed for the day. FLORINE: Oh, they did, and jack, his wife, and I ankled over to a most modern cafe-the- ater for lunch. It is owned by jeanette King and Lois Corbett. Directly across the street is the laboratory where Celia Anne Brilling, technician, and Mattie Lee Mueller, her as- sistant, have found a diet to turn straight hair curly. After lunch we ambled to the library which is operated by Gloria Aitken, Florence Lester and Mary Ann Rips. On the way we passed Lewis Duca searching frantically in the crowd for his little Pekinese that had just escaped his clutches. LAURETTE: Now, I want to talk! After I got one of Roberta Brown's now world famous five-dollar special facials, I ran upon William Beville, a research expert, and Opal Barrow, his nurse, who took me to the airport. Here we saw the "Transatlantic Fly," owned by Eugene Spangler, which is to fly to America soon. Its pilot is Granville Wil- liams, and its petite hostess, Virgina McKin- ney. The plane had just arrived from London, and we found that among its many passen- gers were Arthur Tillory and W. A. Moore, talent scouts for M. G. M., Ismael Cawthorn, producer of the great opera, "Faustg" jimmy Martin, heavyweight boxer, and his mana- ger, Robert McWilliams. When we hailed Robert and asked him for news, he said that Billy Counts was just elected mayor of New York, and that his secretary is Sarah Ligen- burg. His bodyguard is Pat Garrison. Robert also told us that Mary Katherine jordan is now a famous scientist, and that Rose Feld- man and Elizabeth Bock now own a pet shop. Andwbut oooh, guess where I'm going tonight! FLORINE: I don't have the least idea, but jack and Bernice asked me to go with them to the opening of the jingle Inn tonight. LAURETTE tfondlyj: Really? You copy-cat! That's where I'm going! Only I'm going with William, Opal, and Louis Leong they may not be millionaires, but they're O. K. for me. By the way, have you heard anything about the jingle Inn? FLORINE: Uh-uh, only that it's opening. LAURETTE: Well, it is owned by Delma Stevenson. Featured on the opening program will be Elton Shackman and his super-col- losal swing band, Olene Bigham and john Cook, dance team, and Thomas Rogers and Beverly jo Fain, singers. Gee, I hope you like it--I know I will, and. I hope we see more of our friends. tlseavinql Ooh, Florine, what are you going to wear tonight?- EXIT YCELIA ANNE BRILLING, SARA jIM HILLEY. MOLLIE GRACE HEINE, Page One Hundred Tbzrly nm WHO'S WHO BILL HOLLAND won first place in the For- est Traffic Contest. He placed third in the city contest. COY STRICKLAND, ANNETTE WHITE, DEWEY FISHER, IIMMY NICHOLS and BILLY SMITH Were the yell leaders for the football season. ROLAND GOSS, HENRY STAMPLEY and I. T. LEWELLEN made all-city teams. GOSS made all-state end. ELSIE ROSE ISRAEL Won honorable men- tion in the State Poetry Contest. RUTH HERZSTEIN'S thrift essay was chosen as the best from Forest. She also Won first place in the Interscholastic League Es- say Contest. GENE MOORE Won the Girl Reserves ef- ficiency award. EULA MAE MEADOR and BARNETT GOODSTEIN represented Forest in the Inter- scholastic League Declamation Contest. LES- TER LEVY was the representative for Extern- poraneous Speaking. CLIFFORD MARSHALL and CORBIE TRU- MAN represented the school in Interscholastic Debate. The Public Speaking 3 Class gave a skit in the assembly on March 4, advertising the FORESTER, under the direction of Miss HELEN FERN BLACK. CLARENCE EATON was elected IV-B and IV-A president. Iune, '38 Class Play H O W D H R E Y O U Miss HELEN FERN BLACK, Director CHARLES FAIR, Business Manager CAST Susie, the maid . . Howard Fuller . Mrs. Fuller . Margaret Fuller . Evelyn Wilson . Rodney Beresford Mr. Fuller . . Stephen Goodsped . Dr. Martin . . Madame Rasche . Iames Lattimer . Agnes Hanley . Brennon . . . . . Betty Wolfe Iack McMeans . Helen Lehwald Iane Abrahamson . Stella Coffman . Ierry Krakoff . Henry Griffis . Iack Strange . Clarence Eaton . ldelle Goodman Barnett Goodstein . Eula Mae Meador . . . Clifford Marshall PROMPTERS Iune Wittkower Page One Hurzdvcd Tlairty-two Gene Moore THE SNOW The snow is falling: And Anna hugs her fireplace And says, "What awful Weather! What terrible cold!" She does not see the whiteness of it, The softness of itg She sees only the bare earth And the skeleton trees: She feels the biting of its coldness And says, "What terrible Weather! l Wish it were spring again, And the White roses were in bloom And everything were beautiful!" The snow is falling, And Mary laughs as she feels The cold flakes on her cheeky She sees the beauty of it, And thinks lt is like the soft White down On the breast of another dove. She says, "God must have gathered The velvet petals of the white rose That blooms in the springg He is sprinkling them over the cold, bare earth To remind us That there is beauty in all things At all times." She sees Anne Hugging her fireplace, Wishing for spring, Hating the snow, And says, "Let the snow fall, But my spirits rise: Let the snow cover the earth, But not my soul." -MARCIA RAY. Page One Hundred Thirty-three Our A rz'wr!z'5er5 The publication of this volume of the Forester was made possible through the co operation of the following merchants. Thank ihese Foresf friends by palfrozzizing them American Barber and Beauty Shop American Beauty Cover Company Andy's Beck's Dining Hall Bell Tailoring Company Brilling Insurance Company Browder's Drug Store Brownie's Shoe Store Canary Beauty Shoppe Carroll's Military Store Caudle Engraving Company Chocolate Shop Bakery Clark's Grocery and Market Colonial Pharmacy Colonial Hill Service Station Crabb,s Service Station Denison's Studio Draughon,s Business College Drumgold, W. E. Equitable Life Assurance Society Forest Avenue Pharmacy Forest Beauty and Barber Shop Franklin's Friedman's Pharmacy Gas and Heating Specialty Company Gulf Filling Station Hiegert's Floral Shop Interstate Circuit, Inc. 1 g O Humlred Tlsirty-four Kahn, E. M. Kelly's Roller Rink Klar and Winterman Leachman's Laundry Lewis' Grocery and Market Linz Brothers Metropolitan Business College Mintz's Variety Store Model Tailors Morris Men's Wear Morris Sales Company Murray's Service Station National Disinfectant Company National Jobbing Company New York Bakery Norfolk, Sam K. Parker, Earl R. Phillip Taylor, Inc. Rhealee Millinery Rutherford, Dr. Frank P. Sammy,s Southwestern Engraving Company Sunshine Grocery and Market Texaco Service Station Wee Saint Andrews Golf Course Whittle Music Company Wilkinson Printing Company Williams' Service Station Winn Pharmacy RHEALEE MILLINERY 1512 Elm Street 1 1 Norfb Texas' Largest Exvl1zsit'e Millinery Sfore Phone 2-93 55 7 L Y - If W 17,42 S4 Men's Fine Shoes S 1 Such Nnlnes as T0 Ntlllli-lon-Fri-lleh-Sl!rina-r-l'rlu-r T0 , S Nllwl-llllsll S nox 7 Jlanu 0tllerStanrlur1I .Hakes National Johbing C0 l -l lil Colnnu-rw' Sl. N1-xt I0 Dlagnolia Blllgi. 1 Phone 4-0151 4210 Colonial Com lwlimeulx of ilu' CANARY BEAUTY SHOPPE MRS. VUORLEY B11 LIE THOMAS JANE BOWEN 1 W. A. CATLETT Oiiice Phone z-2680 Residence Phone 4-6429 i GAS AND HEATING SPECIALTY CO. Manufacturers' Agents Second Unit Santa Ee Building DALLAS, TEXAS I Hot Air Furnaces Ufllf HCHIEFS Automatic Controls Gas BUFHCIS Plibrico jointless Firebrick Oil Burners W C01I1I7IiI7It'V1fS of fl3ANIil.IN'S 1610 Elm Street Complete Wardrtube for Misses, W'omen, Children and Toddles to Size 14 WQELHLE 1215 ELM STREET DALLAS, TEXAS o 1 JOI-INNIE MURRAY'S SERVICE I STATION Magnolia Producfs Forest and Oakland Phone 4-5034 1 CO7lIPIillIP11f.Y Of MINTZ'S VARIETY AND HARDWARE STORE Complete Line of School Supplies Phone 4-0088 2802 Forest Avenue 1 LEWIS GROCERY 84 MARKET Groveries, Meats, and Srlaool Supplies 3103 Forest Avenue Phone 4-0173 1 1 WINN PHARMACY 4200 Colonial Avenue Phone 4-1300 DALLAS, TEXAS 1 1 Complinzents of 1 1 Morris Sales Company , .1 Compliments of FOREST AVENUE BEAUTY and BARBER SHOP 2530 Forest Avenue Phone 4-0179 A f - -- -w W. E. DRUMGOLD Texaco Certified Station 1 Oakland and Pennsylvania FIRESTONE TIRES, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES 1 Tires Repaired-Road Service-Battery Recharging Pl10nSS1 4-3471, 4-0419 BROWDERyS DRUG STORE DRUGS - COLD DRINKS - SCHOOL SUPPLIES Promjvl D4'1iz'1'ry Service 1 Phones: 4-1978, 4-0316, 4-5967, 4-0073 1 4301 Colonial Avenue CLARK'S GROCERY AND , X MARKET 1 Phone 4-0420 1, 2202 Eugene at Central Fancy and Staple Groceries and Meats "Wl7l'l'4' Your Buximuvx Ix Al1pr'i'riali'il" I V L , 1 Page Om' HIl71llYFllTl7iff-1 1913 Second Avenue Phone 4-0167 MODERNLY EQUIPPED AMERICAN BARBER 8: BEAUTY SHOP MR. AND Mus. SID FENDLIQY, Proprietorx Compliments of SAM K. NORFOLK, Manager FENIMOOR CLOTNHES Main and Akard , , Phone 4-0034 Call Us for Tire Service BROWNIE S SHOE SHOP COLONIAL HILL SERVICE Home of Better Shoe Repairing STATION Free Call For and Delivery High Pressure Washing and Greasing Vacuum Cleaning 3 016 Colonial Phone 45572 TEXACO Pkonliilciiviood at FOYGSEDALLAS, TEXAS MaXey's Sunshine COMPUMENTS of Grocery---Market Harclrufare -- School Supplies 1800 Second Avenue Colonial Pharmacy Three Expert Pharmacists Fast, Efficient Delivery Corner Forest and Colonial - Phone 4-5141 NEW YORK BAKERY AND DELICATESSEN For S ometloin g N eu' and Di jfferent 273 2 Forest Avenue Phone 4-3815 Morris Mens Wear 1604 Main Street "Where Young Men Like to Trade" Suite - Panty - Overceazif Ready iuaale - Tailor matte E ell Tailoring Company "The Yonai Mm sfo ,'f- of Dallas" Phone 2-0995 HUDSON C. LOCKETT AND CASEY JONES 1611 MAIN STREET DALLAS, TEXAS KELLEY'S ROLLER RINK 1218 South Ervay Phone 2-0083 MODEL TAILORS Suits Maele to Orcler 23 0 8 Elm Street FIFE AND ARONOFSKY, Proprietors Your Family Druggist F R I E D M A N ' S REGISTERED DRUGGISTS "WlJere South Dallax Trnzlesl' 1920 Grand Avenue Phone 4-7118 Compliments of DR. FRANK E. RUTHERFORD Veterinary Hospital 924 South Haskell O rezl Thirty-six L - L - L Leezehmem 'J LAUNDRY LEADS For Over 50 Years 11, The National A Disin ectant Company no Everything for Cleaning p H 4-2161 ' ' Chocolate Sho Baker Phillip -Taylor, Inc. P Y Manufacturers of C- I OC- S I GO Home Leader Bread 5 ' Rye, French, and Resfazzranf Store P1ES-i?i:a2e:ASTRY Birthday and Pastry Cakes u Specially 1905 Second Avenue 2109 South Ervay Phone 4-7148 lx l Williams Service Station Washing-Greasing-Polishing C1-ankcase Service Phone 7-0146 3303 Forest Avenue at Fourth Avenue Authorized Texaco Station - C urtcsy Cards Are Good Metropolitan 1 Business College 1 Foremost in Dallas Since 1887 r Nou' is the time to prepare for a good position. METROPOLITAN Training Insurcs Success Write, C311 or Phone 7-8514 for Information. William C. Hiegert Complimenfs of Florlst A Friend Flowers for All Oeefzsions GULF SERVICE STATION 2718 Forest Avenue Phone 4-7133 Page One Hznnlrerl T V Andy N. Witebsky Invites and Solicits Your Patronage C0'771pli111 mfs of + ' T Where Hair Cutting ls the UACMFU of Tonsorial S Perfection-l.ct's Get Acquainted . , SCPVICB Statlon If WI' Cuff! I'lr'rm' Youf Y Cdllyf Br l'lr'axmf 429 SOUTH ERVAY i AT' YOUNG Forest arid I-lOl1'l'1CS i A f 4. EQ MH M A l MAIN AND ELM AT LAMAR -X- a m m y ' s We Cater to High School and College Trade CURB SERVICE-WE NEVER CLOSE l 1516 Greenville Avenue Telephone 3-4242 Telephone 2-4766 Earl R- Pafkef ABE 1. BRILLING l Attorney at Law INSURANCE Hall of Records Building OF EVERY DESCRIPTION X Phone 6-661 5 "Abs0lufc'ly Personal Service" 1402 Republic Bank Building DALLAS Om' Hundred Tllirly-c'igfJ! R. O. T. C. HEADQUARTERS RIDING ll 9 OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT H rr 0 5 CLOTHING DALLAS, oNLY MILITARY STORE 1603 ELM he White-Dalsee and Forest Theatres Extend to the Graduating Classes of June, 1938 and January, 1939 their congratulations and best wishes in starting out on life's highway. These neighborhood theatres are sure that these young men and women are well equipped to take their places in the future life of our splendid city. Always remember that these theatres are a part of your neighborhood and are conducted in your interest with clean and wholesome entertainment. Interstate Circuit, Inc. W 4 ,f ?, Ei, H, ,WAY xjfmui, iv, ?,,,.,,v, , In sincere appreciation of the patronage and friendship of the entire student body and faculty of the Dallas High Schools for the past fifteen years American Beauty Cover Co. 2000-08 Orange Street THE COVER ON THIS BOOK WAS PRODUCED IN THIS PLANT Page Om' H a' 1'T I i THIS SPACE I DEVOTED TO OUR FRIENDS THE FIRM OF L I N Z B R Q . I X .H iw HHN WW Wi, W, , 4,,.,- ,,,,,,,, WW, , .,,,, Y, A Pmfromze Our Adwerzzserx Manufacturers of High Quality Wfedding and Commencement Invitations VSTYEEL DIE AND COPPER PLATE ENGRAVERS CD. Phone 7-0019 411 North Ervay DALLAS, TEXAS 1 o H I IF ty 653 POSITIONS High school seniors who are looking for- ward to employment and opportunity as early as possible after Commencement will be in- terested to know that during 1937 our Em- ployment Department placed 455 young people-most of them 1936 and 1937 High School graduates-in good starting positions with Dallas business firmsg and had 198 calls that we were unable to fill. A complete record of these calls and place- ments are on file at the College oihce-the broadest assurance of the opportunities that await your graduation here that it is possible to conceive. Intensive Courses to prepare you for similar opportunities within a few months. Call or phone 7-3133 for complete information. Largest in Dallasain enrollment and place- ments. Draughonvs College Commerce and Harwood Fried Cl9iCkClZ BECK'S DINING HALL 3010 Oakland at Forest Phone 4-2936 Klar 84 Winterman 'lDallas, Largest Iewelers and Brokers" Over a Quarter Century 2310 Elm Street Phone 7-5409 FOREST AVENUE PHARMACY Your Nviglwborfloozf Drnggixl 2734 Forest at Oakland Prompt, litlicient, and Courtcous Service ff R1'KQf.lfl'l'l'K1Pfllll'l7ltlL'IXf 011 Duly iv NATHAN ROBINSON, Projzriclor PHONE 4-5171 The Equitable Life Assurance Society OF THE UNITED STATES LLOYD W. KLINGMAN, Agency Manager QIO Tower Petroleum Building Telephone 7-QLL68 fill farms of .5894 gnsurance Service: 'Family gncome Gducation of Gbildren PLEASE MENTION TI-IE Forever WHEN PATRONIZING OUR ADVERTISERS glffortgage gtedemption Old ggi? gncome Colzzplillzclzfaljf fo Forcsf High THIS IS A COURTESY PASS You are Om' lVz'lc0nz0 Gzwsf Wee Saint Andrews Golf Course 1500 North Beckley Phone 6-6690 "fl Nice Place for Nia' Peoplcfn One-Ilalf Mile of Lighted Fairwaysg The South's Largest and Finest Miniature Golf Course, situated in the coolest and most beautiful spot in Dallas. Page Om' Humln fFrJ 13 one xxv w ..mm I , I +wI A'? .:., 1 1 ' we GIFT swf, 1' j. ,Q-, ,,3f,.,, f x ..'5:::5f:s5egf wmi ,QM 5:11 gfig' fW'IH?E55z1 F .?, T- -55mQV EE ik Wg5"fi5OEgNW .... QQQ 4iMg5gQgQ j 1-m 1..- I , ,,.,,, , ::.. M, Iii-::151'2 'S " as :I ,:5si5:' 55' H p:-f.,-Km -A, . els- N . 25 1 I 1 ' P5392 E 1 3 sky Q X 1 5 V. f.. 2 ef If ,. 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