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

 - Class of 1949

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Foreword The hands of teachers, vanguard of truth, Who dedicate their lives to youth. The hands of students, smudged with ink, Seeking to learn, not what, but how to think. The hands of privates, sergeants, captains-all Preparing to answer our country's call. The hands that fairly play the game- Win or lose, it's all the same. The hands that hold the gavel firm Ease our work from term to term. And last, the hands that win the heart, Favorites, with whom friendship's an art. Order of Books ADMINISTRATION CLASSES MILITARY ATHLETICS ORGANIZATIONS FAVORITES flln Hilemorialn Miss Mcxrgoref Brewer The hands of teachers, vanguard of truth Who dedicate their lives to youth. 'I M .Q 55? A R' .v j .' l'1,j.! "MJ - Q jig 1-A If A171 ui ut. + 5152 Hmm , 4- v-. ' ,J-'NI-:'m2,"31ll,fv!'i'- I-44.9 M' 'llnnv'fL.,1.-.X M... -- .,, -. if .',',J1"L:f,7v,-:,.-':'-f"'f'sf'.fiL'g?5 , Lf .jp 4' my -,. . 1 3 Q- I- fu ':.::.,I'x-411541, -'bibfpr' ,f 1s-11'-V . -wrfiifa f ' "im ur 'QS '. :i1,LL:'-1-1L.,kj- v . 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Here Miss Moftit, Mr. Whittlesey's secretary, and Mr. Boulton, physics instructor, are en-V ioying a joke with Forest's good-naturecl principal. the ROTC midnight show. .J tg we 1 K Mr. Comstock, assistant superintendent in charge of high schools, and Mr. Whittlesey confer on a matter of school administration. ,.me-.wwe M. 'mf 1 Jn-ny - 7 ,U . -- .m...,,.N.,..W, .u-ul, ls this date taken? Mr. Whittlesey and Jay Beck checkthg the school calendar for available dates for lv- l l u 1 1 4 mt. ,.t.m...,.stl,W ., Administration DALLAS PUBLIC 'SCHOOLS BGARD OF EDUCATION U. 1 DRfDAVID w. CARTER, President R. L. THoMAs, vice President LLOYD M. CAMPBELL FRED D.DANFORD AVERY MAYS MRs.rRAcY RUTHERFORD W. C. SCURRY Upper: W. T. WHITE Superintendent of Schools Center: E. D. WALKER Assistant Superintendent in Charge ot Personnel Lower: E. B. COMSTOCK Assistant Superintendent in Charge ot High Schools MISS SARAH E. MERIWETHER MRS. EMMA. H. BROWN Dean Senior Counselor Pictured here with Miss Meriwether are her assist- ants, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Brady. Miss Meriwether's oftice is the point of contact between the school and the home. Conferences with parents, pupils, and teach- ers are part of the daily routine. i p-0-'slung Mrs. Brown is counseling a senior, Marion Goldman. She is always willing to interrupt her other duties to straighten out some student's problem. Most helpful is Mrs. Brown in making applications for scholarships and entrance into college. ,.,. K. .Lt ami.. g- I 4 l Page Fourteen Faculty NANNIE D. ANDREWS Mathematics B.A., M.A. C. J. BEAUDRY Metal Shop, Wood Shop B.E., M.S. FRANCES BEI LHARZ Home Economics B.S. WILLIE MAY BERRY Home Economics B.S. J. ALAN BOULTON Science B.S., B.A., M.A. RILLA M. BRADY Attendance Secretary EMMA H. BROWN Mathematics, Senior Counselor B.A., M.A. MINNIE BROWN Social Studies B.S., M.A.' MATTYLEA BUTLER Assistant Librarian W, H. BUTLER Social Studies B.A., M.A. MARY VIVIAN CECIL English B.A., M.A. MARY SMITH CLARK English B.A. MARY P. COLLINS Mathematics B.A. LEROY CRABTREE Science B.S. EDWARD F. CRIDER Military L 1 Faculty SARA DAVIDSON English, Spanish B.A., M.A. MARY DRAKE Social Sludies B.S. HELEN C. ECKELMAN Speech B.S. R. J. EDWARDS Aeronautics, Mechanical Drawing B.S. LOULA ELDER Malhemalics B.A., M.A. ANNIE GEM FELDER English B.A., M.A. RUTH FETTERMAN Commercial B.A,, M.A. ANNIE LEE FOSTER Dielician B.S. M. G. FREY Physical Educalion B,A. C. V. GOODMAN Social Sludies B.S., M.A. D. T. GRIFFITH Mechanical Drawing B.S. SEARCY H. HARDY Sludy Hall B.A. ALICE HARRINGTON Home Economics B.S., M.S. SELDON S. HUTCHINSON Science B.S., M.A. VIRGINIA HURST Commercial B.A. NOT IN PICTURES POLLY ANNA RAWLS MALLOW English, Spanish B.A., M.A. Page Fifleein V t VS-ff 5 1 ig , L 4- I C .I A 4 ,J , K , ' 'Di ff: Z, O 4- . M 'x L 'I Faculty ALBERT S. JOHNSTON, JR. English, Journalism B.A., M.A. PAUL C. LA BORNE English, French B.A., M.A. JOHN C. MARSHALL Band B.B.A., M.E. ETH EL MASTERS Latin B.A., M.A. V. H. MATTINGLY Mathematics B.S., M.S. BLISS S. MCMANUS Art B.A., M.A. ADDIE MELSON English B.A. SARAH E. MERIWETHER Dean B.A., M.A. JACK A. MITCHELL Accounting B,S., M.E. DOROTHY JOAN MOFFITT Oftice Secretary ROGER M. NORWOOD Military MARY ANN NUGENT Distributive Education B.S. RAYE PEGUES Nurse R.N., B.S. GRACE TODD PRATT Health, Mathematics B.S. ' OTTO C. RHOME Mathematics, Social St B.A., M.A. INA ROBERTS Librarian B.A., B.L.S. udie- Faculty ROSCOE L. ROBERTS Military B.S. LOCILLE SEGRIST Physical Education B.A., M.A. MABEL A. SHAW English B.S., M.A. ALVA P. SHEPARD Mathematics B.S. EMI LY SLAUGHTER Study Hall ROXIE SMITH Attendance Secretary CECIL SONNTAG Health B.S. ANN STOLLENWERCK Home Economics, Social Studies B.S. JULIA TANNER Commercial B.A. BESS THATCHER Social Studies B.A., M.A. FRIEDA THOENE Physical Education B.A. JESSIE WATKINS Study Hall B.L. J. B. 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A, Moior, Drum Maior '48, '49, Camp Dallas '47, '48, Forest Swing Band, Echo Staff, Military Editor '48, Linz Award '46, Red Cross Council '46. .IUANITA ALLEN Favorite Subiect, Foods, Favorite Sport, Football, Hobby, Collecting Pictures, Ambition, Housewife. MARSHALL TERRY ANDERSON June '49 Class Activity Committee, Fa- vorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Football, Hobby, Photography, Ambi- tion, Aviator. GLEN BAILEY Key Club '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Physics, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambi- tion, Navy. LINDLE CODY BARKER Favorite Subiect, Art, Favorite Sport, Boxing, Ambition, Radio Performer, Hobby, Drawing. ROSE ELLEN BARTON Dramatics Club '49, Linz Award '46, Tenekoit Varsity '46, '47, Newcomb Varsity '46, '47, Posture '49. Page Twenty SENIORS JANICE ALLBRIGHT Distributive Education Club '48, '49, Basketball Varsity '46, '47, Captain '46, '47, Favorite Subiect, Public Speaking. MARGARET ANN ALLISON Dallas Historical Society '47, '48, '49, Secretary '48, '49, President '48, Pan American Student Forum '46, '47, '48, '49, Parliamentarian '48, Forester Staff '49, Texas History Club '47, '48, '49,, Vice-President '48, Forest Forum '48, '49, Secretary '48, Student Council, Treasurer '48, '49, National Honor Society '48, '49, Red Cross Council '46, '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Perfect Attendance '47, Streamliners '48, Library Assistant '46, '47, Office Assistant '48, PHILLIP ARONOFF Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, Stand- ard Debating Society '46, '47, '48, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Sergeant '47, '48, Efficiency '47, Football '46, '47, '48, '49, Track '47, '48. THOMAS ROLAND BALL Dramatics Club '48, '49, ROTC, Sergeant '46, '47, 48, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Baseball. VIRGINIA BARNES Auditores Caesaris '46, Secretarial Clu '47, '48, Volleyball Varsity '47, Lati Award '46. DONALD BEACH ROTC '46, Basketball '47, '48, '49, Let terman '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Phys ics, Favorite Sport, Football. JAY BECK National Honor Society '48, '49, Ser- geant-at-Arms, Parliamentarian '48, President '49, Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, Standard Debating Society '46, Key Club, Program Chairman '49, ROTC '46, '47, '48, 49, Colonel '49, Rille Team '48, '49, Basketball '47, Tennis '48, '49, Forester Staff, Sports Editor, Military Editor '48, Editorial Board '49, Linz Awards '46, '48, BARBARA BEIBEN Pan American Student Forum '46, Girls Public Speaking Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Red Cross Council '46, '48, '49, Otiice Assistant '47, '48, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Tesas History Club '46, Y-Teens '46. ALMA SUE BENNETT Newcomb Varsity '46, Favorite Subiect, Clothing, Favorite Sport, Football, Am- bition, Secretary, Hobby, Collecting Per- fume Bottles. CHARLCYE BERRY Y-Teens '46, Student Council '46, '47, Linz Awards '47, '48, Tenekoit Varsity '47, Band '46, '47, '48, Girls Chorus '46, '47. PAUL BLACK' Standard Debating Society '47, '48, Cinema Club '47, '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, '49, Football '48, Basketball '48, '49, ROTC Band '47, '48, '49, Staff Ser- geant '48, '49. l MARY JOY Bossrrr Secretarial Club '48, '49, Tenekoit Var- sity '47, '48, Posture '46, '48, Stream- liners '48, Perfect Attendance '46, '47, '48, Tennis '48, 1 SENIORS Y..-f su ,rf ' '95 46 5. RFQ 1 ,4 Nr-. BERTA JEAN BEDELL Dramatics Club '49, Clinic Assistant '48, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Football. ALFRED MORRIS BENJAMIN Dallas Historical Society '46, '47, Stand- ard Debating Society '46, '47, '48, Presi- dent '49, ROTC Band '46, '47, '48, '49, Dance Orchestra '47, '48, '49, Inter- scholostic League, Speech '49. MARY FRANCES BENNETT Favorite Sport, Swimming, Ambition, Secretary, Hobby, Collecting Pictures, Favorite Subiect, History. BETTY BIERHALTER Choral Club '46, '47, '48, Secretarial Club '48, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Shorthand. MILDRED BLANTON National Honor Society '49, High Schol- arship Club '48, ,'49, Student Council. '48, Girls Public Speaking Club '47, Secretarial Club '48, Le Cercle Francais, Treasurer, Parliamentarian '48, '49, Li- brary Assistant '48, '49, Newcomb Var- sity '48, Tenekoit Varsity '49, Linz Award '48. WILLIAM BOND ROTC '46, '47, Sergeant '48, '49, Camp Dallos '48, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Elec- trical Engineer. 1 Page Twenty-one 'T i l Q. JULIA ANN BRATTON Favorite Subiect, English, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Secretary. LORETTA BRISENDINE Volleyball Varsity '46, Newcomb Varsity '48, Perfect Attendance '46, '48, Favor- ite Subiect, Typing, Favorite Sport, Ice Skating. MARY BROWN Streamliners '47, Le Cercle Francais, Vice-President '48, Student Council '47, '48, Savoy High School: Speech Club '46, '47, A Stitch in Time '46, '47, Future Homemakers of America '46, '47, Bas- ketball Varsity '46, '47, Better English Club '46, '47, ALMA MARIE BUCHANAN Newcomb Varsity '48, Perfect Attend- ance '48, Favorite Subiect, Home Eco- nomics, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Hobby, Collecting China Dolls. RUBY CARPENTER Hi-Jinx Horizon Club, President '47, Volleyball Varsity '46, Newcomb Var- sity '48, Streamliners '47, '18, '49, Favorite Subiect, Journalism, Favorite Sport, Baseball. BETTY CHILDRESS Y-Teens '46, '47 '48 '49, Vice-President '48, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Texas His- tory Club '48, '49, Streamliners '47, '48, Newcomb Varsity '47, Tenekoit Varsity '47, End Ball Varsity '46, Echo Staff, Fea- ture Editor '49. Page Twenty-two SENIORS .Y W H .. ,..,-?,....+,..- HAROLD BRIDGES Football, B Team '47, '48, '49, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Football Coach, Hobby, Model Airplanes, Echo Staft '49. JUANITA BROWN Y-Teens '47, '48, Student Council '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Architectural Draw- ing, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Draftsman, Hobby, Horseback Riding. VIVIAN ROSALEE BROWN Dramatics Club '48, '49, Streamliners '49, Office Assistant '48, Cincinnati, Ohio: Student Council '46, Gauchos '47, '48, Hi-Y Club '47, '48, Tennis '48. BILLY CANNON Favorite Subject, Accounting, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Draftsman, Hobby, Hunting. ARLEY CARTER Pan American Student Forum '48, '49, Dramatics Club '49, ROTC '46, '47, Sec- ond Lieutenant, Rifle Team '48, '49, JOHNNY CHILDRESS Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, ROTC '46, '47, Captain '48, '49, Red Cross Council '49, Ambition, Architect, interscholastic League, Speech '49, ,,,,.....,--iw, ..---Q WANDA CHISM Dramatics Club '48, '49, Favorite Sub- ject, English, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Airline Hostess, Hobby, Pho- tography. BARBARA CLARK Favorite Subject, Home Economics, Fa- vorite Sport, Skating, Ambition, Secre- tary, Hobby, Collecting Pictures. CHARLES M. CLARK Library Club, Sergeant-at-Arms '47, Cin- ema Club '47, '48, Baseball '46, '47, '48, Football '46, Basketball '46, '47, Library Assistant '47, '48, Office Assistant '47, Student Council '47, '48. BARBARA JEAN CLEMMONS Varsity Tenekoit '48, Library Assistant '47, '48, Forester Staff '49, Echo Staff '49, Favorite Subject, English, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Private Secre- tary, Hobby, Collecting Records. HUBERT CONNER Hi-Y Club, Sergeant-at-Arms '46, Secre- tary, Treasurer '47, Favorite Subject, Architectural Drawing, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Architect, Hobby, Hunting. BILLY COWLING ROTC '46, Football '46, '47, Red Cross Council '46, Track '46, '47, Key Club '48, Favorite Subject, Drafting. SENIORS , ,,.,......- - v -W-v AUBREY CHURCHWELL Basketball '48, Favorite Subject, Archi- techtural Drawing, Favorite Sport, Bas- ketball, Ambition, Architect, Hobby, Hunting. , BOBBIE JEAN CLARK Pan American Student Forum '46, '47, End Ball Varsity '46, Perfect Attendance '46, '47, Favorite Subject, Accounting. JOYCE LEE CLARK Basketball Varsity '47, '48, Favorite Sub- ject, Public Speaking, Favorite Sport, lce Hockey, Ambition, Secretary, Hobby, Ice Skating. MELVIN DAVID COHEN Auditores Caesaris '46, Football '47, '48, Letterman '48, Golf '48, Favorite Sub- ject, History, Favorite Sport, Football. BETTY JO COOK Auditores Caesaris '46, '48, '49, Secre- tarial Club, '48, '49, Office Assistant '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, '49, Newcomb Var- sity '47, Volleyball Varsity '48, Perfect Attendance '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, Latin Awards '46, '49. ROBERT CRENSHAW Key club '48, '49, norc '46, '47, cap- Jain '48, '49, Rifle Team '48, '49, Four Letters, Camp Dallas '47, '48, '49, Four Etiiciency Medals '47, '48, Sharpshooter Expert Medals '48, Football '46, '47, Track '46, Basketball '48, Page Twenty-thru X MAY Ll GENE CULPEPPER Student Council, Vice-President '49, Key Club, Vice-President '49, Dramatics Club, Sergeant-at-Arms' '49, Texas His- tory Club '47, '48, '49, ROTC '47, First Sergeant '48, '49, Head Cheerleader '49, Football, B Team '46, '47. PAUL DAVIDSON Football '46, '47, Letterman '47, Basket- ball '47, '48, American Legion Baseball '48. 1 DAVID DAVIS ROTC '46, '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Football, Hobby, Hunting. BETTY JEAN DEMENT Pan American Student Forum '47, Stu- dent Council '47, A Cappella Choir '47, '48, '49, Favorite Subject, Home Eco- nomics. C. B. DISMAN ROTC '47, '48, '49, Football '47, '48, Let- terman '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Home Economics, Favorite Sport, Football. JEAN EBY Hi-Jinx Horizon Club, Vice-President '47, Ottice Assistant '47, Perfect Attend- ance '46, '47, '48, Streamliners '47, '48, "49, Volleyball Varsity '46, Newcomb Varsity '47, End Ball Varsity '48, Page Twenty-four ' ""' " ' '-r-w,-f',-"r"'- SENIORS 1 l ..A- 1 FRANCES CURRY Pan American Student Forum '46, '47, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Forest Secreta- rial Club '48, '49, Office Assistant '48, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '48, '49, Newcomb Varsity '48, Basketball Varsity '48, Vol- leyball Varsity '48. BETTE JOYCE DAVIS Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, President '49, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Girls Public Speaking Club '46, '47, Red Cross Council '48, '49, Secretary '48, Latin Award '46, Tenekoit Varsity '48, 4B Class Secretary, 4A Class Secretary. RICHARD DEGGES Dramatics Club '48, '49, ROTC '46, Ser- geant '47, '48, Track '46, Cheerleader '48, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Football. CHARLES RAY DIFFEE Student Council '46, '47, Favorite Sub- iect, Architectwal Drawing, Ambition, Architectural Engineer, Hobby, Wood- working. PATSY EARLY Secretarial Club '48, '49, Sergeant-at- Arms '48, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Nurse. ADELZNE ELAM Le Cercle Francais, Treasurer '47, Presi- dent '48, Secretary '48, '49, Horizon Club, Treasurer '48, '49, Y-Teens '47, library Assistant '48, Office Assistant '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Volleyball Varsity '48, Posture '47, '49. HAROLD ELKINS Pan American Student Forum '46, ROTC Band '46, '47, '48, '49, Second Lieuten- ant, Swing Band '48, '49, Solo Saxo- phone. EVELYN ENGELBERG High Scholarship Club '48, '49, Red Cross Council '48, Linz Award '48, Am- bitio.n, Secretary, Favorite Subiect, Shorthand. l l 1 ,HOLLIS FISHER Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, ROTC '46, '47, '48, Forester Staft '46, '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Latin. JOYCE FULLER Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, Library Club, Treasurer '46, National Honor Society '48, '49, Student Council '48, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Perfect At- tendance '46, Streamliners '47, Office 1 Assistant '47, Forester Staff '48. BETTY JO FULTZ Dramatics Club '48, '49, Tenekoit Var- sity '46, Student Council '48, Library Assistant '46, Forester Staff '49, NELLIE GASSMAN Student Council '45, Red Cross Council '45, '48, Newcomb Varsity '45, Posture Finals '45, Yokohama, Japan: Senior Class Treasurer '47, Girls Basketball Team '47, Library Assistant '47. LAURA EMBRY Texas History Club '46, '47, Dallas His- torical Society '46, '47, Student Council '46, Distributive Education Club, Presi- dent '48, PAT FERRELL Key Club, Treasurer '48, '49, Football '46, '47, '48, Letterman '48, Basketball '48, '49, Letterman '47, '48, JANICE FLANAGAN National Honor Society '48, '49, Forest Secretarial Club '49, Y-Teens '48, '49, Dallas Historical Society '48, Volleyball Varsity '48, Posture '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Bible Award '48. BOBBY CORTEZ FULSOM Basketball '49, Letterman '49, Favorite Subiect, Architectural Drawing, Hobby, Hunting, Ambition, Naval Cadet. MARIE GAGE Dramatics Club '48, Perfect Attendance '47, '48, Streamliners '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Home Economics, Favorite Sport, Football. KATHERINE GEORGE Dallas Historical Society '48, Linz Awards '46. '47, '48, Streamliners '47, '48, Office Assistant '46, Library Assist- ant '47. Page Twenty-tivo ,,,, ,. v BILLY GILLILAND Football '46, '47, '48, Track '47, '48, Favorite Subject, Journalism, Favorite Sport, Football. EVELYN GOSS Texas History Club '47, '48, Student Council '46, Red Cross Council '47, Linz Awards '46, '47, Tenekoit Varsity '47, Volleyball Varsity '48, Basketball Var- sity '48, Cheerleader '48, '49, Homecom- ing Queen '48, Dramatics Club '49, Echo Staff '48, Office Assistant '46, '47. Rosen HAGGERTY Baseball '44, Favorite Subiect, HIQIOYYI Favorite Sport, Rodeo, Ambi,tian,, Archi- tect, Hobby, Hunting. . . vp,-' I , " 4 ,. .-ffl' . WANDA HALES Distributive Education Club '48, '49, Office Assistant '47, '48, Favorite Sub- iect, English, Favorite Sport. BGSEIJGII- WILLIAM HAND Favorite Subiect, General Mathematics, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Elec- trical Engineer. BETTY JO HANKS Secretarial Club '47, '48, Sergeant-at- Arms '47, National Distributive Educa- tion Club '48, '49, Streamliners '47, '48, Office Assistant '48. Page Twenty-six "ff j f --3:--.V - - f f' 'V+ "J "' "' fy, rr' QQP' MARION GOLDMAN Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, Secretary '48, National Honor Society '48, Vice-President '49, High Scholarship Club '47,,'48, '49, Girls Public Speaking Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Red Cross Coun- cil, Vice-President '48, '49, Sergeant-at- Arms '47, '48, President '49, Dramatics Club '47, '48, Forester Stat? '46, '47, Stu- dent Council '47, '48, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Basketball Varsity '47, Volleyball Varsity '49, Latin Awards '46, '47, '48, '49, lnterscholastic League, Spelling '49. MARVIN GREENBERG Standard Debating Society '46, Audi- tores Caesaris '46, Key Club '48, '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Echo StaFf, Sports Editor '49, ROTC Band '46, '47, '48, '49, Second Lieutenant, Basketball '46, '47, '48, '49, Letterman '49, Tennis '48, '49. BETTY LOU HAIR E National or Society '48, '49, High Scholars 548, '49, Secretary '48, Dallas Historicaii - Linz Award '47, Office As an l o High School: Scholar ip Awards ' 7. ROBERT ERNEST HAND ROTC '46, '47, Football '46, Favorite Subiect, Latin, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Doctor. BILLIE JO HANEY Streamliners '46, '47, Y-Teens '46, Vol- leyball Varsity '47, Newcomb Varsity '46, Forester Staff '49, Favorite Sport, Hunting, Hobby, Collecting Salt Shakers. BARBARA HANSEN Texas History Club '46, '47, '48, Secre- tarial Club '46, '47, '48, '49, President '48, Student Council '47, Parliamenta- rian, Forest Forum '46, '47, '48, '49, Vice-President '48, Dramatics Club '48, Secretary, Dallas Historical Society '46, '47, '48, Linz Award '46, Posture '46, Streamliners '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Newcomb Varsity '48, Perfect Attend- ance '46, '47, '48, Echo Staff '48, '49, Juvenile Traffic Court '48, '49. BARBA RITA HARMON Secretarial Club '48, '49, Vice-President '48, Bible Award '46, Favorite Subiect, Typing, Favorite Sport, Ice Hockey. BETTY HARVEY Forest Forum, Secretary '47, Parliamen- tarian '48, Texas History Club '46, Par- liamentarian '47, Treasurer '48, Dallas Historical Society '46, '47, '48, '49, Par- liamentarian '47, President '48, Secre- tarial Club '46, '47, '48, '49, President '48, Student Council '46, Dramotics Club '48, Linz Awards '46, '47, Tenekoit Var- sity '46, '48, Newcomb Varsity '46, '47, Posture '47, '49, Echo Staff, Editor-in- Chief '49. LOTTIE JO HELMS High Scholarship Club '47, '48, '49, Treasurer '48, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Volleyball Varsity '47, Bloomburg High School: IB and IA Class President, Extemporaneous Speech State Finals '46. ROLAND VALTON HILL norc '47, '48, '49, nine Team '46, For- ester Staff '49, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Commercial Artist, Hobby, Hunting. JIMMY HOLLON ROTC '44, '45, Football '44, '45-, '46, Baseball '44, '46, Favorite Subject, Mechanical Drawing, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Hobby, Dancing. BOBBY HOPPER Hi-Y Club '46, '47, Pan American Stu- dent Forum '47, '48, Cinema Club, Presi- dent '48, Bible Award '47, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Second ,Lieutenant '49, Baseball '48, '49. ROSA HART Y-Teens '46, Streamliners '47, '48, Tene- koit Varsity '47, '48, Student Council '46, Echo Stat? '48. J. B. HAYTH Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, NavaI,Cadet, Hobbies, Hunting and Fishing. DORIS HENSON Distributive Education Club, Program Chairman '46, '47, Vice-President '48, Echo Staff, Club Editor '49. ROBERT HIXSON Standard Debating Society '46, Cinema Club, Secretary '48, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Sergeant, Favorite Subject, History. JEAN HOPKINS Pan American Student Forum '46, '47, Secretarial Club '47, '48, Forest Forum '47, '48, '49, Student Council '48, Tene- koit Varsity '47, '48, Volleyball Varsity '48, Perfect Attendance '48, Streamlin- ers '47, '48. DAN HULSE Forester Annual, Snapshots '48, '49, Echo Photographer '47, '48, Football '46, Track '46, Student Council '48. Page Twenty-seven NAN HUMPHREY Y-Teens '46, '47, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Streamliners '48, Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Journalism. JIMMY LEE IMHOOF Favorite Subiect, Biology, Favorite Sporl, Football, Hobby, Collecting 5"""PS: Am- bition, Hier. SANDRA JACOBSON Dallas Historical Society '43s Glfls PU-b' Iic Speaking Club '47, '48, Secretarial Club '48, Dramatics Club '49s Llb"U"Y Assistant '47, Red Cross Council '46. MARY ANN JONES Pan American Student Forum '46: Fofesl Forum '47, '48, '49, Student Council '48, Volleyball Varsity '47, Perfect Attend- ance '46, '47, '48, Streamliners '48, '49- ROBERT JONES Baseball '48, Hi-Y Club '47, Cinema Club '48, Tresaurer, ROTC '46, '47, Mas- ter Sergeant '48 ,'49, Rifle Team '47, '48, Letterman '48, BLANCHE KASSED Pan American Student Forum '46, '47, '48, '49, Vice-President '47, National Honor Society '48, '49, High Scholarship Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Girls Public Speaking Club '46, '47, Red Cross Coun- gil '46, '47, '48, '49, Dramatics Club '48, Student Council '46, '47, '48, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Forester '49, Tene- koit Varsity '48, Volleyball Varsity '49, Posture '49. Page Twenty-eight .4-V Q' -,o-. JOYZELL HYDE Dramatics Club, Treasurer '48, Y-Teens '49, Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, Library Assistant '48, Linz Awards '46, '47, Bible Award '47, Tenekoit Varsity '47, Representative to NTAC Queen's Coronation '47. WAN DA JACKSON Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, Girls Public Speaking Club '46, Red Cross Council '46, Student Council '46, Treas- urer '47, High Scholarship Club '46, '47, '48, Forester Stat? '46, '47, Assistant Ed- itor '48, Tenekoit Varsity '46, Newcomb Varsity '47, Posture Finals '46, Stream- liners '47, '48, Cheerleader '47, '48, Dads Club Princess '46, '47, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Latin Awards '46, '47, '48, IB Class, President, 4A Class, Vice-Pres- ident. ROBERT JOHNSON Pan American Student Forum '47, '48, Cinema Club, Vice-President '48, Dallas Historical Society '47, '48, Red Cross Council '48, '49, Bible Award '48, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Rifle Team '48, '49. NADINE JONES Girls Public Speaking Club '46, Horizon Club '46, '47, Dallas Historical Society '47, '48, '49, Linz Award '46, Forester Stat? '48, Editorial Board '49, Ribbons and Invitations Committee '49. ALVIN KAHN Standard Debating Society '45, Football '47, Linz Award '46, Favorite Subject, Accounting, Favorite Sport, Football. JACQUELYN KEITH Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, National Honor Society '48, '49, Hori- zon Club '46, Student Council '46, '47 Secretary '48, '49, IB-lA Class, Vice- President, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48 Latin Award '46, Forester Staff '48, Dra- matics Club '48, '49, Posture '46, Tene- koit Varsity '47, Basketball Varsity '48, Volleyball Varsity '48. 1 F BOB KELLER Football '46, '47, '48, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Ambition, Master Plumber, Hobby, Colonial Music, Favorite Subiect, Archi- tectural Drawing, Favorite Sport, Foot- ball. LEROY KIRKHAM Student Council '46, ROTC Band '46, '47, '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Mathe- matics, Favorite Sport, Football. A. D. KLEINMAN Standard Debating Society '46, Dra- matics Club '48, '49, President '48, Favorite Subject, Chemistry. DOROTHY KNIGHT Tenekoit Varsity '47, Volleyball Varsity '46, Perfect Attendance '46, '48, Favor- ite Subiect, Accounting. LAVERNE KNIGHT National Honor Society '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Vol- leyball Varsity '46, Office Assistant '47, '48, '49, Perfect Attendance '46, '48. MILTON LEVENTHAL Band '46, Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, Student Council '46, '48, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Key Club '48, '49, Red Cross Council '48. SENIORS PAT KELLEY Basketball '47, '48, Letterman '47, '48, '49, Captain '48, Top Scorer '49, Favor- ite Subject, English, Ambition, Naval Doctor. HARRELL KITCHENS Hi-Y Club '46, ROTC Band '46, '47, '48, Baseball '48, Favorite Sport, Baseball. DOLORES KNIGHT Newcomb Varsity '46, '48, Tenekoit Var- sity '47, Streamliners '47, '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Accounting. JACK KNIGHT Student Council, President '48, '49, For- est Forum '48, '49, Texas History Club '49, Dallas Historical Society '47, Dra- matics Club '49, Key Club '49, Cheer- leader '48, .IENE TERRY LAMAN Auditores Caesaris '47, '48, '49, Vice- President '48, Hi-Y Club, Sergeant-ah Arms '47, Cinema Club '48, Linz Award '47, Red Cross Council '48, GERALD LEVINE Dramatics Club, Vice-President '48, '49, 48 Class, Vice-President, Favoriteijub- iect, History, Favorite Sport, Basketball, Hobby, Dancing. ,ff Page Twenty-nine . JOAN BETTE LEVY Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, Treas- urer '49, National Honor Society '49, Red Cross Council '46, '47, '48, '49, Sec- retary '48, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Dal- las Historical Society '48, '49, Girls Pub- lic Speaking Club '48, '49, Forester Staff '48, High Scholarship Club '47, '48, '49, Treasurer '48, Oftice Assistant '47, '48, Library Assistant '48, Posture '47, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '46, '48, Tennis '48, '49, Streamliners '48, '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48. JIMMIE JOE LOGAN Favorite Subiect, Home Economics, Favorite Sport,Tennis, Ambition, Printer, Hobby, Radio Amateur. GLORIA McCULLOCH Pan American Student Forum '46, '47, Forest Forum '47, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Art, Ambition, Commercial Artist. PAUL McKAY Texas History Club '47, Sergeont-at- Arms '48, Forest Forum '47, Sergeant-oh Arms '48, National Honor Society '48, Key Club '48, Student Council '46, '47, '48, 4A Class President, Forester Stott, Art Editor '48, '49, Art Awards '47, '48, Linz Awards '46, '48. BILLIE JEAN MERRIMAN Distributive Education Club '49, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Midget Races, Ambition, Correspondent. HOWARD MIMS ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Architectural Drawing, Favorite Sport, Football. Page Thirty SENNORS "N is 40 -as PAT LIVINGSTON Le Cercle Francais '47, Parliamentarian '48, Key Club, President '49, Football '47, '48, Letterman '48, Favorite Subject, Aeronautics. BEATRICE MARCUS' Girls Public Speaking Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Treasurer '47, Dallas Historical Soci- ety '48, '49, Vice-President '48, Presi- dent, '49, Student Council '47, '48, '49, High Scholarship Club '47, '48, '49, National Honor Society '48, '49, Dra- matics Club '48, '49, Red Cross Council '46, Vice-President '47, President '48, Secretary '48, '49, County Junior Direc- tor of Volunteers, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, IA Class, Vice-President, 28 Class, Secretary, Forester Staff '48, '49, Traffic Commission '48, Ready Writers Contest '48, SUE McFADDIN Dramatics Club '48, '49, Newcomb Var- sity '47, Posture '46, Posture Queen '49, Favorite Subject, Accounting, Ambition, Nurse. CHARLES VAN MERCER ROTC '46, '47, '48, Rifle Team '49, Stott Sergeant '48, Ambition, Civil Engineer, Hobby, Hunting. MARILYN MILLER Distributive Education Club '48, '49, Bos- ketball Varsity '47, '48, Tenekoit Vor- sity '46, '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Book- keeping, Hobby, Dancing. BILLIE MODENE MONDAY Hi-Jinx Horizon Club '46, '47, Secretory '47, Newcomb Varsity '46, Tenekoit Var- sity '48, OHice Assistant '47, Favorite Subiect, History. BARBARA MOORE Clinic Assistant '48, Linz Award '47, Favorite Subiect, Physics, Favorite Sport, Swimming. BOB NELSON Football '47, '48, Track '49, Favorite Subiect, Aeronautics, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Football Coach, Hobby, Weight Lifting. RUDY OVERMAN ROTC '46, '47, '48, Football '46, '47, Favorite Subiect, Architectural Drawing, Ambition, Architect, Hobby, Hunting. NANCY LUCILE PAXTON Ottlce Assistant '47, '48, Favorite Sub- iect, Home Economics, Favorite Sport, Basketball, Ambition, Dietitian, Hobby, 'Roller Skating. FREDDIE PHILLIPS ROTC '46, '47, Football '48, Letterman '48, Favorite Subiect, History, Ambition, Engineer, Hobby, Hunting. - MARGARET PIRAINO Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Forester Staff '48, Streamliners '46, '47, Beaumont, Texas: Spoon and Stitch '46. .1.,......-..,,,-. ,- ,..,- SENNORS - --a VIRGINIA MORRIS Audilores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, Secretarial Club '48, '49, Hi-Jinx Hori- zon Club '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Typ- ing. JACK OGDEN Football '46, '47, Co-Captain '48, Track '47, '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Flier. HUBERT PARRETT Football '46, '47, '48, Letterman '46, '47, '48, Track '46, '47, '48, '49, Lettermen's Club '47, 4B Class, Parliamentarian '48. VERABELLE PERRY Secretarial Club, Treasurer '47, National Distributive Education Club '48, '49, Streamliners '47, '4B. 1 SIDNEY PILOT Student Council '48, Red Cross Council '48, Standard Debating Society '47, '48, Auditores Caesaris '47, '48, Linz Awards '47, '48, Latin Awards '47, '48, ROTC Band '47, '48, '49, Second Lieutenant, Camp Dallas '46, '47. JOYCE ELENE PRIMROSE Horizon Club, President '46, Y-Teens, Sergeant-at-Arms '46, IB Class, Presi- dent '46, Linz Awards '46, '47, Tenekoit Varsity '46, Cheerleader '48. L Page Thirty-one .1 A FLORA NELL RAINS Red Cross Council '47, Y-Teens '48, Pan American Student Forum '47, '48, Texas History Club '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Office Assistant '48. BETTYE RANDOLPH National Honor Society '48, '49, Forest Forum, Vice-President '47, President '48, Treasurer '48, Texas History Club, Pres- ident '48, Secretary '48, Tenekoit Var- sity '48, Office Assistant '47, '48, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48. JOE RENER Student Council '48, ROTC '46, Football '47, '48, Letterman '48, Favorite Sub- jects, Mathematics and Mechanical Drawing. NOVA JUDY RICE High Scholarship Club '48, '49, National Honor Society '49, Auditores Caesaris '48, '49, Treasurer '48, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Dallas Historical Society '48, '49, Hi-Jinx Horizon Club '48, '49, Pres- ident '48, Student Council '47, '48, '49, Otiice Assistant '48, Red Cross Council '47, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48. BILLY RISENER ROTC '46, '47, Staff Sergeant '47, Foot- ball '46, '47, '48, Letterman '48, Track '46, '47, '48, '49, Favorite Subject, Architectural Drawing. ALICE MARIE ROBINSON Favorite Subject, History, Favorite Sport, Ice Hockey, Ambition, Secretary, Hobby, Ice Skating. Page Thirty-two SENIORS JOYE RAMSEY Girls Public Speaking Club '46, '47, Horizon Club '46, '47, Dallas Historical Society '47, '48, '49, High Scholarship Club '49, Linz Award '48, Linz Bible Award '47, Forester StaFf '48, Editorial Board '49, Newcomb Varsity '47, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Perfect Attendance '47. PATRICIA REECE Secretarial Club '47, Distributive Educa- tion Club '48, '49, Student Council '46, Streamliners '46,"'47, Volleyball Var- sity '47, '48, Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Newcomb Varsity '46, '47. RALPH REYNOLDS Key Club '48, '49, Football '46, '47, '48, '49, Letterman' '48, '49, Baseball '47, '48, Letterman '48, Favorite Subject, His- tory. KENNETH RIGLER Football Manager, '48, Favorite Subject, History, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambi- tion, Painter. ODESSA ROBERTS Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, Secretary '49, High Scholarship Club '47, President '48, Parliamentarian '49, National Honor Society '48, '49, Treas- urer '48, Secretary '49, Secretarial Club '48, '49, President '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Latin Awards '46, '47, '48, '49, Newcomb Varsity '47, '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, '49, Volleyball Varsity '48, '49, Interscholastic League Spelling Con- test '48, '49, Forester Staff '48, Editorial Board '49, Office Assistant '47. EDWARD G. ROBINSON Dallas Historical Society '47, '48, Cin- ema Club, Sergeant-at-Arms '48, ROTC '47, '48, '49, First Sergeant, Rifle Team '48, DOY G. ROBISON Dramatics Club '48, '49, Favorite Sub- iect, Architectural Drawing, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Draftsman, Hobby, Woodwork. POLLY ROGERS Girls Public Speaking Club '46, Audi- tores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, High Scholarship Club '47, Vice-President '48, President '49, Secretarial Club '48, '49, National Honor Society '48, '49, lnter- scholastic Spelling Award '48, Bible Award '46, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, End Ball Varsity '47, Tenekoit Varsity '48, '49, Volleyball Varsity '48, '49, Newcomb Varsity '48, Oliice Assistant '47, Forester Staff '48, Editorial Board '49. JOHNNY ROWE ROTC '46, '47, '48, Second Lieutenant '48, '49, Three Efficiency Ribbons, Two Parade Ribbons, Rifte Team '46, Fool- ball '45, '46, Track '46, Basketball '46. PAT ROW LAND Auditores Caesaris '47, '48, Dallas His- torical Society '47, '48, Y-Teens '46, Office Assistant '46, Library Assistant '44, '46, Fort Worth: lB Class, Secretary '46, LOIS SAMPLES Student Council '46, Tenekoit Varsity '46, Volleyball Varsity '47, Basketball Captain '48, Tennis '48. DOROTHY LOUISE SASSE Secretarial Club '48, '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, Tenekoit Varsity '48, '49, Pos- ture '48, Favorite Subject, Shorthand. SENIORS 44 'UN' ,Slavs ANN ROGERS Y-Teens '48, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Favorite Subject, Accounting, Favor- ite Sport, Bowling, Ambition, Typist, Hobby, Collecting Records. FLOY ROWAN Hi-Jinx Horizon Club '47, Tenekoit Var- sity '47, '48, Newcomb Varsity '47, Vol- leyball Varsity '46, Perfect Attendance '47, '48. OLEN ROWE Standard Debating Society '46, Hi-Y Club '46, Echo Staff, Photographer '47, '48, '49, Advertising Manager '49, For- ester Statf, Business Manager '47, '48, '49, Golf Team '47, '48, '49. BARBARA RUSSELL Red Crass Council '48, Secretarial Club, Treasurer '48, Forester Stal? '48, Volley- ball Varsity '46, Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, '49, Perfect Attendance '48. WINNORA SARTAIN Secretarial Club '48, '49, Red Cross Council '46, Basketball Varsity '47, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Streamliners '48, Perfect Attendance '46, Office Assistant '46, '47. BILL SCHERZER ROTC Band '45, '46, '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Physics, Favorite Sport, Basket- ball, Ambition, Salesman, Hobby, Scout- ing. Page Thirty-three -Amied-.J IRVING SHWARTZ Auditores Caesaris '46, '48, Standard Debating Society '46, '47, '48, Sergeant- at-Arms '47, Recorder '48, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, ROTC Band '47, '48, School Band '47, '48, Camp Dallas '46, '47, '48, P. M. S. and T. Efficiency, Marksmanship, Nine Athletic Awards '47, BETTY RUTH SHEATS Tenekoit Varsity '48, Office Assistant '47, Favorite Subiect, Typing, Favorite Sport, Roller Skating, Ambition, Secre- tary, Hobby, Writing Letters. MARVIN SIGEL Standard Debating Society '46, '47, '48, Sergeant-at-Arms '46, Vice-President '46, '47, Red Cross Council '46, ROTC Band '46, '47, '48, '49, Lieutenant '48, First Drummer '47, '48, Art Awards '47, '48, '49. CARL SKIBELL Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, Stand- ard Debating Society '45, '46, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Captain, Band '46, '47, '48, '49, Swing Band, '47, '48, '49, Effi- ciency Award, Leadership Award, Camp Dallas '47, '48, Red Cross Council, Echo Staff '48, Military Editor '49. DOLLIE PAT SMITH Tenekoit Varsity '48, Favorite Subiect, Shorthand, Favorite Sport, Roller Skat- ing, Ambition, Housewife, Hobby, Col- lecting Ticket Stubs. GLORIA SMITH Streamliners '47, Red Cross Council '47, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Model, Hobby, Cooking. Page Thirty-four SENIORS SHIRLEY RAE SHAY Texas History Club '47, '48, Secretarial Club '47, '48, Distributive Education Club '48, '49, Linz Award '46, Basketball Varsity '47, Office Assistant '46, '47, Library Assistant '47, Perfect Attendance '47. ARVINA SHINDOLL Volleyball Varsity '46, '47, Perfect At- tendance '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Home Economics, Favorite Sport, Foot- ball, Ambition, Housewife, Hobby, Col- lecting Records. CORNETIA SIMMONS Y-Tfens '48, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '48, " rite Subiect, Accounting, Favorite t, Bowling, Ambition, Typist, Hobby, acting Photographs. BILLY SMITH Student Council '46, Football '46, '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Mathematics, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Architect, Hobby, Hunting. DOROTHY JEANETTE SMITH Forester Staff, Editorial Board '49, Texas History Club '46, '47, Secretarial Club, Secretary '48, Favorite Subiect, English, Ambition, Author, Hobby, Writing. KENNETH SMITH Football '47, '48, Letterman '48, Trac '47, '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, Architec tural Drawing, Ambition, Electrical Engi neer. PEGGY SMITH Dramatics Club '49, Pan American Stu- dent Forum '46, Newcomb Varsity '47, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Swing Band, Vocal- ist '48, Football Queen '48, Spring Music Festival '49, Posture Finals '48, '49. J. A. SNOW Red Cross Council '46, Pan American Student Forum '47, '48, Linz Award '47, ROTC '46. JUDITH STEINHORN Girls Public Speaking CIub'46, Le Cercle Francais '46, Red Cross Council '46, Stu- dent Council '46, Library Assistant '47.3, WALTER STONEHAM Texas History Club '48, '49, Track '48, '49, Favorite Subiect, English, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Engineer, Hobby, Hunting. JAMES SUTTON Distributive Education Club '49, Vice- President '48, Baseball '45, Favorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Basket- ball, Ambition, Carpenter, Hobby, Hunt- ing. THEOLA TAYLOR Favorite Subject, Public Speaking, Fa- vorite Sport, Horseback Riding, Ambi- tion, Sales Representative, Hobby, Col- lecting Key Chains. SENIORS PEGGY JO SMITH Streamliners '48, Tenekoit Varsity '48, Basketball Varsity '46, '47, Volleyball Varsity '46, '47, '48, Grand Prairie High School: Spanish Club '46, Dramatics Club '46, Library Assistant '47. CAROL SPIGEL Pan American Student Forum '46, Dra- matics Club '48, '49, Red Cross Council '46, '47, Forester Staff '46, '47, Office Assistant '46, '47, Linz Award '46, Streamliners '47, '48. ANN STOKES Forester Stat? '48, Editorial Board '49, Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, '48, '49, Treasurer '47, Dallas Historical Society '47, '48, '49, First Vice-President '48, Librarians Club '46, '47, Treasurer, Pres- ident, Texas History Club '47, '48, '49, Student Critic and Reporter, Forest Forum, President '48, Linz Award '46, Latin Awards '46, '47, '48, '49, New- comb Varsity '47, Tenekoit Varsity '48. JOE STUBBLEFIELD Key Club '49, Favorite Subject, Architec- tural Drawing, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Architect, Hobby, Hunting. BETTY TAPPER Girls Public Speaking Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Sergeant-at-Arms '46, Pan American Student Forum '46, '47, '48, '49,fdRed Cross Council '47, '48, '49, Dramatics Club '49, Library Assistant '48, '49, fien- nis '48, '49. JO ANN TERRY Favorite Subiect, Shorthand, Favorite Sport, Roller Skating, Ambition, Secre- tory, Hobby, Collecting Pictures. .1 Page Thirty-five BILLY THOMAS Hi-Y '46, Key Club '49, Dramatics Club '49, Football '46, '47, '48, '49, Letter- man, '47, '48, '49, Co-Captain '49, Stu- dent Council '45, '46, Track '46, '47, '48, '49. JAMES THOMPSON Dramatics Club '48, A Cappella '47, Fa- vorite Subiect, History, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Baseball Player. FARRELL THORNTON Key Club '49, Favorite Subiect, Physics, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Navy, Hobby, Coin Collecting. JANICE TOMPKINS National Honor Society '49, Linz Award '46, '47, '48, Newcomb Varsity '46, Vol- leyball Varsity '47, '49, Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Office Assistant '47, '48, '49, Perfect Attendance '46, '47, '48, '49. DORIS TUNNELL Tenekoit Varsity '47, Linz Award '46, Favorite Sub'ect Art A reciation . l 1 PP , FC- vorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Model, Hobby, Roller Skating. J. C. VICK Basketball '48, '49, Letterman '48, '49, Captain '48, '49, Baseball '48, '49, American Legion Baseball '48, '49, Fa- vorite Subiect, Home Economics, Favor- ite Sport, Basketball, Page Thirty-six SENIORS L A CALVIN THOMPSON ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Stat? Sergeant '47, '48, Distributive Education Club '49, Favorite Subiect, History, Hobby, Ice Skating. JACK THOMPSON Forest Forum '46, '47, '48, '49, Texas History Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Cinema Club '47, '48, '49, Sergeant-at-Arms '47, Parliamentarian '48, Key Club '49, Track Manager '47, '48, '49, Office Assistant '46, Echo Staff, Sports Editor '49, Football, Associate Manager '47, '48, Baseball '47, TRAVIS TOLLEY Dallas Historical Society '48, Red Cross Council '46, Track '47, '48, Football '47, '48, Letterman '48, Camp Dallas '46, '47, '48, BETH TRENT Tenekoit Varsity '48, Clinic Assistant '48, Favorite Subiect, English, Favorite Sport, Basketball, Ambition, Secretary, Hobby, Roller Skating. LLOYD TURNER Texas History Club '46, '48, Cinema Club '47, '48, '49, Key Club '48, '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, Echo Stafl, News Editor '49, Ofiice Assistant '46. ELOISE WARD Favorite Subiect, Shorthand, Favorit1 Sport, Football, Ambition, Secretary Hobby, Collecting Pictures. . .. JEAN WAR E Student Council '48, '49, Forest Forum '48, '49, Dramatics Club '48, '49, Office Assistant '46, Tenekoit Varsity '49, Streamliners '46, '47, Sapulpa, Okla- homa: Basketball Team. JACKIE LLOYD WATKINS Auditores Caesaris '46, '47, Vice-Presi- dent '48, Sergeant-at-Arms '49, Key Club '48, '49, Forest Forum '49, Red Cross Council '47, Student Council '46, '49, Standard Debating Society '46, National Honor Society '49, Treasurer '49, High Scholarship Club '49, Texas History Club, President '49, Dallas His- torical Society, Vice-President '49, Rotary Club '48, '49, 4B, 4A Class Presi- dent, ROTC '46, '47, '48, '49, Rifle Tea 11, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, Perfect At- tendance, Dallas Weightlifting Team '48, Latin Awards '47, '48, '49. BOBBY WEAVER Basketball '47, Favorite Subiect, Archi- tectural Drawing, Favorite Sport, Foot- ball, Ambition, Architect, Hobby, Hunt- ing. MAURINE WHALEN Tenekoit Varsity '47, '48, Streamliners '47, Forester Staff '49, Favorite Subiect, Art Appreciation, Favorite Sport, Base- bali. HAZEL WHITE Linz Awards '46, '47, Bible Award '47, Favorite Subiect, Art, Favorite Sport, Baseball, Ambition, Commercial Artist, Hobby, Drawing. WALLACE T. WIDDERS Student Council '47, '48, Dallas Histor- ical Society '48, '49, Sergeant-at-Arms '48, Favorite Subiect, Geometry, Favor- ite Sport, Football, Ambition, Writer. SENIORS I SAMMY WARREN I Pan American Student Forum '46, Key Club '48, '49, Linz Awards '46, '47, '48, - 4B Class Treasurer '48, Football '47, '48, Letterman '48. WELDON H. WATSON. JR. ROTC '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, Geom- etry, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Engineer. JEAN WEAVER Auditores Caesaris '46, Girls Public Speaking Club '48, Tenekoit Varsity '46, Ofiice Assistant '46, '47, Favorite Subject, Typing. EUNETA WHEELER Pan American Student Forum '47, '48 '49, Texas History Club '47, Basketbal Varsity '48, Newcomb Varsity '47, Tene- koit Varsity '48, Red Cross Council '47, Otiice Assistant '46, '47, '48, J. L. Long: Pen Pal Club, Secretary. 1 I BARBARA WICKLIFFE Red Cross Council '46, Texas History Club '46, '47, '48, '49, Dallas Historical Society '47, '48, Y-Teens '46, '47, '48, '49, Secretory '48, Streamliners '47, '48, Newcomb Varsity '47, Tenekoit Varsity '48, End Ball Varsity '47, Dads Club Princess '46, '47, Forester Staff '46, Library Assistant '46, '47, Echo Staff, Assistant Feature Editor '49. J. W. WILKINSON l Hi-Y Club '46, Favorite Subiect, Book- ' keeping, Favorite Sport, Soccer, Ambi- tion, Railroad Engineer. 1 I C, Page Thirty-seven STANLEY WOODRUFF ROTC '46, Football '46, '47, '48, Letter- man '48, Baseball '48, '49, Red Cross Council '46, Student Council '46, LOUISE YARBOROUGH Y-Teens '48, Announcements, Dramatics Club '48, Student Council '48, Favorite Subiect, Public Speaking, Ambition, Nurse. HONOR GRADUATES OF JANUARY ' n SENIORS I I PACE ZEMAN ROTC '43, '44, '45, '46, Favorite Sport, Football, Ambition, Photographer, Hobby, Taking Pictures. WITH HIGH HONOR Dorothy Weltchek Jacquelyn Keith I ' WITH HONOR - ' Joyce Fuller Larry Slakey Bettye Randolph Charles Schwarz Paul McKay FOUR-YEAR LINZ AWARDS Joyce Fuller Wanda Jackson Norma Haley Jacquelyn Keith Bettye Randolph EVERTS AWARD JOYCC Fuller Wanda Jackson Norma Haley Jacquelyn Keith Page Th irty-eight Bettye Randolph FLOY WORKMAN Hi-Jinx Horizon Club '47, '48, Treasurer '48, Newcomb Varsity '47, Tenekoit Var- sity '47, '48, Volleyball Varsity '46, Library Assistant '46, '47. KENNETH YOUNG ROTC '46, '47, '48, P. M. S. T. Efticiency Ribbon, Band '46, '47, '48, Favorite Subiect, History. 49 CLASS Norma Haley Macel Fowler Wanda Jackson Charles Schwarz Dorothy Weltchek Charles Schwarz ' Dorothy Wellchek Mrs. Clover . . Johnny Clover . Mr. Clover . . Spud Erwin . . Susan Blake . Betsy Erwin . Martha Willard, Officer Simmons . Henry Quinn . Lucybelle Lee Preston Hughes Football Players Miss Shea . Mr. Nelson . Mr. Patterson . Miss Pike . Homer . . Miss Eggleston . Miss Johnson . Mr. Vecchilto . Henry Aldrich . Kathleen . . Gertie . . . Mr. Bradley . Miss Wheeler . George Bigelow Mrs. Aldrich . Mr. Fergeson . Mary . . 7 ' 7 Ever Since Eve January '49 Class Play MISS HELEN ECKELMAN, Director CAST 'What A Lilel' June '49 Class Play MISS HELEN ECKELMAN, Director CAST . . Joan Baron . Gene Stockdale . Harold Robertson . . . Felix Mudd Haroldiene McDevitt . . Patsy Lowry . Jeannine Adams . Charles Schwarz . . Marvin Sigel . Georgene Moore . Lawrence Drake . . Leland Dixon Paul McKay . Douglas Clark Charles Coley . Barbara Beiben . Johnny Childress Doy Robison Louise Yarborough . Gene Culpepper . Marion Goldman . Sandra Jacobson Bill Scherzer . . Charles DiFfee . . . Bette Davis . Barbara Hansen . . Arley Carter . Blanche Kassed . . Travis Tolley . Beatrice Marcus . . . Bob Keller . . Sue McFaddin Page Thirty-nine AA Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Bobby Nelson, Jackie Thompson, Gene Culpepper, Jack Knight, Billy Gilliland, C. B. Disman, Morton Moriarty, Bob Keller, Bobby Hopper, Charles DiFfee, Aubrey Churchwell. Second Row: James Sutton, Joe Stubblefield, Uni- dentified, Charles Mercer, Hollis Fisher, Stan- ley Woodruti, Kenneth Smith, Terry Ander- son, Johnny Childress, Alvin Kahn. Third Row: Mickey Ferguson, Bobby Hodges, Travis Tolley, Rudy Overman, Hubert Parrett, Stan- ley Golman, Pat Livingston, Leroy Kirkham, Doy Robison, Clarence Abramson. Fourth Row: Dan Hulse, Jack Chandler, Jene La- man, J. A. Snow, Phillip Aronoff, Sammy Warren, Farrell Thornton, Bobby Weaver, Sid Pilot. Page Forty Fifth Row: Arley Carter, Lloyd Turner, Bill Scherzer, Pat Kelley, Donald Beach, Marvin Green- berg, Vvlalter Stoneham, Jackie Watkins, David Davis, Jay Beck, Carl Skibell. Sixth Row: Glenn Bailey, Jack Ogden, Jimmy Hol- lon, Kenneth Rigler, Jimmie Logan, Alfred Beniamin, Irving Schwartz, Olen Rowe, Har- old Elkins. Seventh Row: Kenneth Young, Roland Ball, Bill Ris- ener, Gerald Levine, Robert Crenshaw, Mel- vin Cohen, Richard Degges. Eighth Row: J. W. Wilkinson, A. D. Kleinman, Ralph Reynolds, Pat Ferrell, Billy Dean Thom- as, Bobby Clay, Roland Hill, Milton Leventhol. Nor IN Picruns J. C. Vick AA Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Jean Dement, Odessa Roberts, Blanche Kassed, Winnora Sartain, Billie Jo Haney, Jo Ann Terry, Dollie Pat Smith, Maurine Whalin, Frances Curry, Nan Humphrey, Betty Fultz. Second Row: Barbara WickIiFfe, Beatrice Marcus, Margaret Ann Allison, Sue McFaddin, Bette Davis, Betty Jo Cook, Joyce Elene Primrose, Polly Rogers, Barba Rita Harmon, Barbara Moore, Beth Trent. Third Row: Mary Joy Bobbitt, Barbara Russell, Joye Ramsey, Joan Levy, Marion Goldman, Dorothy Sasse, Janice Flanagan, Floy Work- man, Marie Gage, Marie Buchanan. Fourth Row: Floy Rowan, Alice Robinson, Carol Spigel, Sandra Jacobson, Barbara Beiben, Joyzell Hyde, Betty Harvey, Barbara Hansen. Fifth Row: Louise Yarborough, Bobbie Jean Clark, Wanda Chism, Mary Ann Jones, Jeanette Smith, Nellie Gassman, Gloria Smith, Laverne Knight, Loretta Brisendine, Janice Tompkins. Sixth Row: Dorothy Weathersby, Peggy Smith, Vivian Brown, Judith Steinhorn, Jean Hop- kins, Pat Rowland, Katherine George, Juan- ita Brown, Doris Tunnell, Barbara Clark, Hazel White. Seventh Row: Patsy Early, Evelyn Engelberg, Jean Eby, Dolores Knight, Dorothy Knight, Ruby Carpenter, Lottie Jo Helms, Anne Rogers, Cornetia Simmons, Betty Childress, Rosa Hart, Arvina Shindoll, Virginia Barnes, Betty Haire. NOT IN PICTURE GIRLS: Janice Allbright, Laura Embry, Betty Jo Hanks, Doris Henson, Nadine Jones, Billie Jean Merriman, Marilyn Miller, Verabelle Perry, Patricia Reece, Shirley Rae Shay, Ann Stokes, Jean Ware. Page Fortyeone AB Class LEFT TO RIGHT Row: Alma Sue Bennett, Eloise Ward, Betty Ruth Sheats, Margie Baldwin, Flora Nell Rains, Joan Walthall, Jo Ann Schenkel, Judy Rice, Nancy Paxton, Aunita Yates. Second Row: Weldon Watson, Jimmy Imhoof, Jimmy Day, Joyce Clark, Editha Byers, Peggy Phillips, Euneta Wheeler, Barbara Clemmons, Adeline Elam. Third Row: Robert Johnson, Edward Robinson, Jack Jones, Billy Williams, Melvin Cohen, Freddie Phillips, Robert Haggerty, Johnny Rowe, Peggy Smith, Mickey Tucker, Mildred Blanton. Page Forty-two Fourth Row: Saul Drobnies, Carl Stone, Robert Page, Billy Degen, Joe Rener, Hubert Con- ner, Paul Black. Fifth Row: William Bond, Harrell Kitchens, William Hand, Cortez Bobby Fulsom, Warner Wil- lingham, Howard Mims, Lindle Barker, Ernest Hand. NOT IN PICTURE BOYS: Charles Clark, Robert Jones, Billy Smith, -Calvin Thompson. GIRLS: Betty Bierhalter, Julia Ann Bratton, Fran- ces Franklin, Virginia Morris. if,E.5Ye?'1 J M 3A Class LEFT T0 RIGHT Fourth Row: James Greenhaw, Bobby Glen Jones, First Row: Herbert Baumgartner, Robert Kelley, DiAnn Shugart, Martha Joe Striegler, Joe Buckovan, Billy Gernsey, Jack Smith, Jerry Landsberg, Thresa Phillips, Jimmy Phillips, Mary Leon Hollon. Second Row: Billy Don Taylor, Fred Randall, Jerry Kalmin, Carol Ann Black, Charlie Patzig, Donnie Everett, Bobby Gallop, Leroy Meggs, Ed Clark, Loran Dunn, Melvin Brand. Third Row: Glen Riddle, Bob Horn, Dot Wylie, Betty Jean Eads, Arthur Satterwhite, Jackie Dawdy, Burton Bullock, Farrell WoFford. Fifth Barbara Allen, Frank McKnight, Jimmy West, Eugene Humphries. ' Row: Jerry Coley, Billy Fowler, Gene Morrow, Ben Schnitzer, Morton Rudberg, Bill Smith, Kenneth Fuller, Weldon Jones, Raymond Hall. Sixth Row: Travis Hukill, Charles Lowrance, Don- ald Smith, Arthur Friedman, Tommy Oddo, Donald Minsky, J. P. Smith, Ronald Oesch, Bobby Rivers, Nathan Friedman, Tommy Walker. Page Fortydhree ...ig 3A Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Shirley Els, Joyce Myers, Jane Barker, Barbara Reed, Dorothy Sparks, Alice Dennis, Billie Jean Banks, Betty Glasscock. Second Row: Marvin Hoffman, Ben Engelberg, Damie Stillman, Myron Goldberg, Dan Daw- son, Patsy Bledsoe, Georgie Athos, Teddy Humphrey. Third Row: Fred Evans, Mickey Huddleston, Wil- liam Moore, Herman Jotfrion, Howard Fef- fer, Jimmy Philips, Bettie Winters, Robert Mikus. Fourth Row: George Chafifin, Buddy Davis, Lee Gore, C. E. Hulse, Charles Keaton, Wayne Owen, Levy Joffrion, Marvin Burns, Robert Page Forty-four Watford. Fifth Row: James Greenhaw, Billy Hawthorne, Bobby Fraley, Bill Bowles. NOT IN PICTURE BOYS: Jimmy Bacon, Joe Cannon, Jack Clark, Bobby Dickson, Jerry Landsberg, Paul Scher- zer, Max Wild. GIRLS: Melba Baker, Patricia Baker, Barbara Blummer, Velleen Dula, Mina Rue Evans, Frances Ewing, Gertrude Fair, Dorothy Faye Fields, Melba Floyd, Evelyn Hayes, Margaret Ann James, Billie Monday, Sue Owen, Betty Ray, Jane Rutland, Mary Catherine Stafford, Jean Weaver. llll?-5 3A Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Dorothy Poole, Lula Norris, Glenda Sue Ballard, Jean Taylor, Wilma Morris, Joan Crow, Barbara Reed, Vista Moore, Freda Gappelberg, Adele Berger, Ednaiim Smith, Joyce Kirk, Joyce Smith. Second Row: Norma Fallwell, Anniece Davidson, Shirley Cavender, Georgia Flanagan. Third Row: Nellie Garner, Dorisene Hogue, Pattye Lawrence, Jo Ann Schenkel, Wanda Foster, Jodie LeDoux, Virginia Miller, Natalee El- liott, Ellen Thurmond. Fourth Row: Patsy Cromer, Dollie Fugitt, Janice Allen, Sybil Riley, Marie Shawhean, Melba Fifth Sixth Seve Murphy, Marlene Adams, Bobby White, Mil- dred Miller. Row: Margie Wright, Joyce Hays, Peggy Dean, Lela Faye Thrasher, Doris Gibson, Shyrlee Emmett, Betty Jones. Row: Virginia Gilliland, Marilyn Blatt, Min- nie Lou Parsons, Jane Harris, Mary Kline, Mary Lou Elliott, Patsy Harbison, Benita Ab- lin, Helen Rachofsky, Janet Harris. nth Row: Billie Jean Parmer, Thresa Phillips, Nadine Chance, Latriece Smith, Wynell Johnson, Audrey Slider, Carrie Jo Wag- liardo, Wanda Sparks, Harriett Vatsures, Patsy Fender. Page Forty-five ' . Milfs, ' 4"'gl 3B Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Ed Stevens, Barbara Bolden, Carol Mar- shall, Anita Duckworth, Donna Louise Kogan, Bobby D. Imhoof, Eddie Heimann, Johnny Hambrick. Second Row: Gwendel Baker, Leo Chance, Bonnie Crowe, Jo Ann McCuistion, Mary Bogwell, Anna Lee Wisely, Iona Turpen, Lonnie ln- gram, Fred Time. Third Row: Evalyn Rogers, Martha McGee, Myrtis Pierce, Betty Joe Dinsmore, Jean Graf, Nor- Page Forty-six ma Billingsley, June Hickey, Bobby Hopper. Fourth Row: Marlene Rhea, Jo Beth Hall, Frances Garrett, Dorothy Louise Ayers, Jewel Autry, Marie Miller, Larry Price, Wayne Hosten, Marshall Moriarty, Neal Vick, Larry Klein. NOT IN PICTURE Jackie Bourland, W. Leo Dennis, Eldon Eudy, Jimmy Marlow, Buford Matthews, Pat Mc- Kanna, Clemon Rogers, Billy Thompson. 2A Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Clarence McLean, Bob Shaw, Billie Har- ris, Bob White, Frank McMullen, Billy What- Iey, Billy Frank Shaw, Ronald Fitzgerald, Billy McWilliams, Sidney Ashbrook, Ari Susman. Second Row: Billy Jackson, Rufus Poteet, Jackie ' Clark, J. T. Wagliardo, Billy Thomas, James Haire, Jerry Fischl, Jerry Fair. Third Row: Tommy Runnels, Tommy Turner, Salva- dor Digiglio, Ben Williams, Earl Stewart, Orville Pinson, Charles Berghauser, Leroy Mathews, James McKee. Fourth Row: Olen LaQuey, Marvin Elliott, Marvin ,+ .C , , 7,4 Fifth De Lano, Angier McGee, Jimmy Wilson, Ira Smith, Mort Wilson, Graham Louer. Row: Kenneth Wilson, Robert Lester Johnson Ray Turns, Jack Beasley, George Darnell, AI- vin Wilson, Raymond Truesdell, Ralph Rosen- baum, Grady Stegman, Kenneth Morrison. r NOT IN PICTURE William Badgett, Billy Roy Baker, Billy Barnes, John Boone, Freddie Cochran, Donald Dunn, Don Holland, Frankie Holder, Burl Lightfoot, George Milner, Wayne Nance, Charles Pow- ell, Morty Ravkind, Walter Skinner, Raymond Zaboinik, Page Forty-seven ' .... Q.- 2A Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Jo Nell Wiles, Edith Melnick, Geneva Mullins, Sondra Marks, Norma Womack, Donnie Kline, Neta Burnett, Helen Donsky, Unidentified, Mary Owen, Patsy Thompson, Barbara McCooI, Vonnoy Chance. Second Row: Twila Moore, Tommie Nell Wright, Patsy Jo Gurley, Joy Mack, Margaret Thomp- son, Maxine Carlisle, Tommie Jones, Billie Anne Alexander, Martha Williams, Marilyn Sue Shapiro, Ethel Silvergold, Etta Jean Brand. Third Row: Juanita Monroe, Betty Swift, Jo Ann Shannon, Marilyn Stoneham, Lee Terrell. Fourth Row: Avanell Bennett, Josephine Gassman, Mary Lou White, Betty Joyce Watson, Iris Wafford, Betty Jo Knight, Norma Goodman, Elsie Foster, Barbara Glasscock, Monta Fay Trammell, Guylene Matthews. Fifth Row: Mariorie Smith, Janie Patrick, La Verne Page Forty-eight Mathews, Melba Hales, Betty Hemby, June Butler, June Schaefer, Nita Bryan, Mattie Asbill. Sixth Row: Shirley Tresenriter, Betty Hawthorne, Joann Stewart, Edith Carter, Wanda Smith, Doris Pitman, Betty Ogletree, Clara Hodges, Oma Wisely, Millie Kutil, Annette Rose, Wanda James. Seventh Row: Pauline Norton, Juanita Thomas, Shirley Edwards, Patsy Meade, Jodie Wil- son, Patsy Wester, Marilyn Golman. Eighth Row: Betty Jeane Mann, Frances Bryan, ldella Coleman, Dollie Ball, Louise Goldstein, Dorene Jay. Ninth Row: Joan Cannon, Jessie Hill, June Fife, Joyce Killingsworth, Alita Logan, Barbara Lee, Patsy Ruth Pryor, Sally Gregson. NOT IN PICTURE Venita Jones, June Payne, Doris Smith, Jeanette Swift, Juanita Thompson. 4 .4 R I gym- , ,W if , rl J FW ewfigtlfil 'QQ aff.. 2B Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Sunny Holmes, Don Plunk, Robert Mc- Donald, Jerry Romotsky, William McGee, Donald Shotwell, Mays Gaza, David Mitch- ell, Dudley Ballard, Glenn Starks, Robert Carlock. Second Row: James Sims, Nathan Kaplan, James Knight, Billy Collard, Thomas White, Leon Chambers, Jerry Hutt, Earle Cameron. Third Row: Robert Franklin, Kenneth Webb, XfVal- lace Mann, Charles Highsmith, Arthur Ful- lington, Willard Scribner, Dink Rigsby, Ed- ward Davis. Y Y , ,....4... 1L. Fourth Row: Travis House, James Hudson, Donald Fifth Billy Hammons, James Mitchell, Eddie Greenberg, Royce Burleson, Frank Hereford, Tommy Etchieson. Row: Norman Luterman, Raymond Lambert, Solomon Reisberg, Glynn Wright, Albert Disch, Dalen Johnson. NOT IN PICTURE Brady, Clyde Bono, Harvey Lerer, Ernest Moehle, Ralph Pyle, Billy Smith. Page Forty-nine 2B Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Dorothy Wright, Mary Lou Gregson, Ethel Schwartz, Shirley Jane Fuller, Betty Morgan, Susie Harmer, Dorothy Jean War- ren, Norma Cummings, Martha Manning, Shirley Goldstein, Anne Moore. Second Row: Vivian Connass, Betty Jean David- son, Frances Bodzy, Ruth Joy Benson, Paul- ine Wilbanks, Faye Kerr, Kathleen Cummings, Norma Southern, Patsy DeMent, Norma Jean Larr. Third Row: Mary Whisenhunt, Anna Crandall, Jo Anne Moore, Adrinne Saltzman, Melvalene Kitchens, Elsie Hancock, Wanda Bawcum, Elaine Kessner. Fourth Row: Raymonde Russell, Rebecca Carpen- Page Fifty ter, Bobbie Collins, Betty Fivecoat, Margaret Young, Mary Knott, Rosalee Rachofsky, Bar- bara Weaver. Fifth Row: Mildred Ball, Paula Shelton, Geraldine Wynne, Noma West, Connie Sorrels, Floyce McFarlen, Letty Baysinger, Dorothy Nix, Helen Ayres, Angie Lea Todaro. Sixth Row: Leveda Beavers, Gail Denham, Yvonne Williams, Etta Gray, Norma Beach, Minnie Camberon, Shirley D'Ablemont, Margie Stonebarger,.lune Partain,Freta Parks,Freda Houston, Cleta Rogers. NOT IN PICTURE Fannie Bell Eads lA Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Jakie Floyd, Hahme Gappelberg, Low- ell Baber, Walter Evans, Billy Clements, Gor- don Wynn, Leonard Woolf, Jimmy Tackett, John Clendenen, Columbus Perdue, Wendel Hulse, Tommy Rotreke, Willos Austin. Second Row: Richard Bedell,Charley Parish,Thom- as Jeffrey, Harmon Simes, Bobby Shufeldt, Malcom Moore, Jackie Beckham, Ray Had- dock, Jerry Allen, Charles Henry, Obie Joe Draper, Treon Yarbrough. Third Row: James Forsyth, Fred Lofton, Lewis Can- trell, Robert Hilborn, Dale Douglas Gilley, Paul Koncak, Roger Graf, Kenneth Bledsoe, Billy Summers, Billy Don Forte, Jack Wilson, Bobby Stroope, Johnny Lee Painter. Fourth Row: Bennie Neely, Johnny Jordan, Eddie McConnell, Duane Oliver, Billy Matthews, Ralph Marshall, Jerry Wicks, Harry Roberts, Wayne Hulme, Samuel Harper, Luther Bor- geson, William Derrick. Fifth Row: Tommy Peeler, Charles Karlen, Henry Saucier, Jack Walker, Gerald Lumpkin, Don- ald King, John Waggoner, Billie Kirk, Bobby Shelby, Donald Clayton. Sixth Row: Harry Conkle, Marvin Hood, Donald Kennelly, Shannon Griggs, Larry Futerfas, Don Burris, Ralph McClure, Willie Glen Flowers. Seventh Row: Jimmy Bentley, Richard McCarter, Jimmy Ritter, Jimmy Shuemake, Ray Carter, Gerald Marshall, John Cole, Jimmy Yeager, M. W. Randolph, Jerry Probst. NOT IN PICTURE Earl Bock, Luther Borgeson, Winfred Houston, Wil- liam McCarter, Jackie Yarborough. Page Fifty-one 4 lA Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Nita Blanton, Bettye Vaughn, Ruby Wat- kins, Elizabeth Baker, Holly Gay Long, Louise Roffman, Elizabeth Ruth Workman, Jane Nichols, Margaret Clark, Cherie Lu Swift, Joanne Jameson, Molly Rogers. Second Row: Ann Logan, Mary Birdsong, Gloria Denham,Shirley Thurmond,Charlyne Shields, Patsy Watts, Wanda Wingert, Wanda Schroth, Ann Walthall, Anne Shenkel. Third Row: Sylvia Shay, Christine Embry, Bobbie Nell Williams, Joyce Lancaster, Rita Minsky, Jo Ann Curry, Martha Jean Watson, Lillian Ornish, Ella Rose Wade, Mary Francis White. Fourth Row: Mickie Strickland, Opal Pyles, Wanda Dean, Barbara Campbell, Margaret Pyles, Frieda Wood, Anita Wofford. Fifth Row: Ethel Holder, Phyllis Day, Adele Werth, Minette Banks, Madelyn Cohen, Mitzi Arm- strong, Gloria Tucker, Betty Ruth Davidson, Mary Loynelle Howard, Barbara Jean Le Doux. Sixth Row: Sheri Brewer, Frances Staton, Joe lla Livingston, Patsy Adams, Earlene Prisork, Page Fifty-twg Dorothy Shotwell, Maxine Cook, Elouise Ruyle, Josephine Gonzales, Shirley Jean Arnold. Seventh Row: Beulah Johnson, Beverly Redfearn, Betty Jo White, Maxine Sparks, Betty Jean Finney, Annie Williams, Patsy Vines, Shirley Ernest, Cynthia Barr, Doris Vestal, Charlotte Hales. Eighth Row: Doris Stegall, Shirley Higgs, Con- stance Lyle, Thelma Johnson, Bobbie Ruth Melton, Peggy Wilkerson, Velda Faye Chan- dler, Christene Cameron, Barbara Young. Ninth Row: Joanne Dance, Shirley Kitson, Betty Smith, Shirley Flowers, Shirley Spearman, Cleo Pollock, Peggy Goode, Mattie Murphy, Jacqueline Robinson, Goldie Rose, Bing Striegler. Tenth Row: Barbara Jean SwaFFord,Helen Weaver, Ruth Lindsey, Norma Jean Thomas, Helen Jean James, Patty Cowell, Janis Phillips, Dianne Mays, Joan Stovall, Bennie Lou Hook, Mary Lou Inman. NOT IN PICTURE Gracie Hughes 1 ww-umm N , Y Z I s 1? i , if ' 's lllhxunu E W? I llll IB Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Donald Truesdell, Ervin Derrick, Frank Parker, Bobby Cannon, Robert Burns, Lyn- wood Burnett, Andreas Poulakidas, Ross Segal, Charlie Chaffln. Second Row: Bobby Tiner, Tommy Jennings, Don- ald Crabtree, David Wright, Jerry Biesel, Leon Pleasant, Marion Cole, Melvin Boswell, Kenneth Birdsong. Third Row: Jack Anderson, James Taylor, Robert McCratic, Glenn Fox, Buster Haley, Jerry Brockway. Fourth Row: Irving Berlin, Billy Dixon, Patrick Hay- wood, Don Bough, Ralph Lubins, Richard Marter, Lester Taylor, Billy Jack Wilhite. Fifth Row: George Duke, Franklin Josey, Eddy Horowitz, Alan Eberstein, Olin Boyd, Bobby Reeves, Bob Sigler, G. A. Rigler, Kenneth Willis, John Henry Jones, Melvin Council, Bucky Waymire, Billy Walthall, Maurice Anderson. Sixth Row: Jack Solomon, Larry Schwartz, Cleo Tunnell, Edwin Sigel, Thomas Ray, Murray Oxman, Bobby Bledsoe, Freddie Johnson. Seventh Row: Thomas Smith, Jimmy Dale. NOT IN PICTURE John Paul Chafiiin, Kenneth Collier, Carl E. Day, R. V. Freeman, Jerry Greenlee, Joel Moore, Baron Reynolds, Bobby Tiner, Billy Don Webb. Page Fifty-three ..........s....,s.....m.t sassy . -...Q J-.-su ' A L-eww ' N lB Class LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Patricia Rigler, Ann Barker, Frances Rudberg, Annette Lambert, Alice Mae Huff, Joan Nichols, Myrtle Berry, Wanda Pace, Jerry Ann Overman, Nelva Scallons, Gladys Goldstein. Second Row: Dolores Terry, Marie Morris, Yvonne Baker, Wanda Willoughby, Loreda Shelton, Lois Evelyn Willis, Dorothy Hudson, Jo Ann Dulworth, Charlotte Statman, Barbara Powell. Third Row: Lorine Ewing, Leah Petty, Durene Smith, Ruby Willingham, Mary Ellen Morri- son, Patsy Frank Wilburn, Eugenia Allen, Barbara Sheats, Rosalie Skibell, Helen Baty, Annette Einhorn. Fourth Row: Norma Jean Ewalt, Wilma Darby, Beverly Jean May, Theda Horton, Dolores Tucker, Sibyl Murphy, Silver Sidney Graf, Mina Jo Schmohl. Page Fifty-four Fifth Row: Barbara Dorner, Beverly Glick, Jose- phine Gussio, Theda Hackett, Jo Ann Pat- terson, Rose Simons, Betty Cowell. Sixth Row: Arvella Donohoe, Jane Baumgardner, Delores Rasanlcy, Donna Schuman, Minnie Pearl McDonald, Barbara Jo Rowan, Mary Frances Tuttle, Shirley Jean Autry. Seventh Row: Katherine Woolbright, Edna Carter, Sue Cummings, Betty Grimes, Margie Jones, Frankie Baker, Mary Helen Hudmon, Bar- bara Deaton, Christina Poulakidas. Eighth Row: Emma Jo Tuttel, Doris Moore, Margie Harwell, Frances Herring, Christine Thomas, Janet Holcombe, Edna Earl Sewell. Ninth Row: Jearldine Kubala, Evelyn Mae New- som, Barbara Joyce Pierce, May Bell Hudson, Cleta Mitchell, Ruth Bernice Dering, Doris Earnheart, Betty Deal. NOT IN PICTURE Ruth Hale, Nola Lowry, Betty Thornburg, Margie Woolbright. FOREST REPRESENTATIVES '49 Interscholastic League Contest One-Act Play Declamation BARBARA BEIBEN BLANCHE KASSED ARLEY CARTER JOHNNY CHILDRESS Extemporaneous Speaking BEATRICE MARCUS ALFRED BENJAMIN TRAVIS TOLLEY BEATRICE MARCUS Radio Broadcasting Spelling JUNE PARTAIN MARION GOLDMAN ODESSA ROBERTS Interpretative Reading BARBARA BEIBEN JOHNNY CHILDRESS Ready Writers ' BLANCHE KASSED Original Oratory BEATRICE MARCUS THE WINNERS! One-Act Play Original Oratory First Place City Beatrice Marcus: Third Place City , , Spelling Rode BroOPdCoSl'n9Th, d I , Marion Goldman: Second Place City 'June Grlc"m 'r P ace Clly Odessa Roberts: Second Place City Interpretative Reading Ready Writers Barbara Beiben: First Place City Blanche Kassed: Second Place City Page Fifty-fi The hands of privafes, sergeanfs, capfains-all Preparing fo answer our counfry's call. qw: W, .ag Q , Q1-:.:..,--,:, L, ' -g--J .' LX.-I ,af .4 ,hw -'Y xiii: 4 ,Y - I ..'.f+' -T.'.'L ' ' ' W- ., . QQQ ,,. 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Willard NOT 'N WCTURE Crass, Col. .lay Beck. lst Lt. Felix Mudd, MfSgt. Robert Jones, Mfsgl. Fred Second Raw: Sgt. Charles Mercer, Sgt. lst Class Billy Joe B. Randall, Sgt. lst Class Robert Johnson, Sgt. Dan Thomas, Unidentified, lst Lt. Arley Wayne Carter, lst Dawson, Sgt. Frank Macaluso, Sgt. Billy Joe Thomas. was . . L.. .viii LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Drum Maior Clarence Abramson, Pfc. Jerry Kal min, Pvt. Jerry Landsberg, lst Lt. Marvin Sigel, lst lt. Irving Schwartz, Pfc. Bill Scherzer, Pvt. David Mitchell Second Row: 2nd lt. Marvin Greenberg, Cpl. Morton Rud berg, Pvt. Marvin Cody, Pvt. Norton Gamel, Cpl. Mar vin Elliott, Pvt. Wayne Nance, Pvt. Freddie Time SfSgt. Paul Black, 2nd Lt. Harold Elkins. Third Row: 'lst Lt. Carl Skibell, Pfc. Arthur Friedman, Pvt Jerry Fair, Cpl. Nathan Friedman, Pvt. Donald Shot Major Clarence Abramson Captain Carl Skibell First Lieutenant Harold Elkins Second Lieutenants Paul Black Leroy Kirkham Harrell Kitchens Sidney Pilot Olen Rowe First Sergeant Tommy Oddo F. 'if- FALL well, Cpl. Jerry Coley, SfSgt. Leroy Kirkham. Fourth Row: Pvt. Tommy Runnels, Pvt. Earl Stewart, Pvt. Olen La Quey, Pvt. Leroy Matthews, Pvt, Robert Biesel, Pvt. Larry Futerfas, Cpl. Jack Smith, Cpl. Tommy Oddo, 2nd Lt. Olen Rowe. Fifth Row: Pvt. Charles Coley, Pvt. Alfred Benjamin, Pfc. , Paul Juhlin, Cpl. Robert Benton, Cpl. Loran Dunn. Sixth Row: Pvt. Glenn Starks, ist Sgt. Roland Ball, Pvt. Ed Clark, lst Sgt. Charles Keaton, Pvt. Joe Buchovan, Pvt. William McCarter. RCTC Band Master Sergeant Loran Dunn Sergeants Jerry Coley Morton Rudberg Jack Smith Corporal: Alfred Beniamin Donald Dunn Arthur Friedman Nathan Friedman Jerry Kalmin Olen LaQuay Tommy Runnells Earl Stewart Bill Scherzer SPRING Privates First Class Jerry Fair Kenneth Fuller Jerry Landsberg Leroy Matthews Walter Skinner Privates Robert Biesel Melvin Brand John Bronnam Phillip Cash Ed Clark Marvin Cody Eldon Eudy Ronald Fitzgerald Larry Futerfus Norton Gamel Stanley Golman Gary Gossett Eddie Horowitz Frank Hereford Barry Joftrion Levy Joffrion Harvey Lerer Ralph Lubins William McCarter David Mitchell Wayne Nance Murray Oxman Charles Powell Ralph Rosenbaum Donald Shotwell Edwin Sigel Bob Sigler Earl Stewart Fred Time Bob White Robert Wofford Page Fifty nine FALL LEFT TO RIGHT Third Row: Sgt. lst Class Marvin Burns, Sgt. Tommy Turner First Row: 2nd Lt. Johnny Rowe, Lt. Col, Jay Beck, Capt. Pvt. Marvin F. De Lano, Pvt. Tom Roppolo. Charles Boone, lst Sgt. Charles Keaton, Maior Charles Fourth Row: Cpl. Rufus Poteet, Cpl. George Chaftin, Sgt Schwarz, lst Lt. Felix Mudd. Marvin Prestridge, Pvt. Donald King. Second Row: Sgt. Bobby lmhoof, Cpl. Marvin Elliott, Pvt. NOT IN PICTURE ' Charley Parish, Pvt. Robert McDonald, Pvt. Walter Sgt. Leroy Young, Cpl. Fred Evans, Cpl. Charles High Evans. smith, Pvt. Leon De Arment. SPRING Colonel Jay Beck Captains Robert Crenshaw Bobby Hopper First Lieutenant Johnny Rowe Second Lieutenant I Jackie Watkins First Sergeant Charles Keaton Page Sixty Sergeant: First Class Marvin Burns Marvin Elliot Pat McKanna Tommy Turner Sergeant: Leo Dennis Eddie Heiman Charles Highsmith Bobby Dail Imhoof Leroy Young Corporals Marvin DeLano Wendel Hulse Columbus Perdue Ira Smith Thomas White Private First Class Charles Parish Privates Harold Jack Anderson James Dudley Ballard Don Burris Walter Evans Eldon Eudy Roger Graf Johnnye Johnson Donald King Raymond Lambert Johnny Lee Painter James Yeager SPRING - i? LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Capt. Johnny Childress. Second Row: Sgt. Robert Jones, 2nd Lt. Arley Carter, 2nd Lt. Bob Keller, Sgt. Edward Robinson. Third Row: Sgt. David Davis, Pvt. Richard Choate, Pvt. Shannon Griggs, Pvt. Byron Coatney, Pvt. Ernest Moehle, Pvt. C. E. Hulse, Sgt. Billy Thomas. Fourth Row: Pvt. Larry Schwartz, Sgt. Eugene Humphries, Pvt. Jimmy Tackett, Pvt. Marvin Hood, Pvt. John Cole, FALL Jr., Sgt. Jackie Watkins. Fifth Row. Pvt. Buford Ray Matthews, Pvt. Billy McWilliams, Pvt. Carl Allen, Pvt. Duane Oliver, Sgt. Don Plunk, Sgt. Rudy Overman. Sixth Row: Cpl, John Carl James. NOT IN PICTURE Capt. Larry Slakey, Cpl. Jess Lamb, Pvt. Weldon Jones, Pvt. Stanley Murphy, Pvt. Robert Richardson, Pvt. Kenneth Rigler. Company B Captain Johnny Childress First Lieutenant Irving Schwartz Second Lieutenant: William Bond Gene Culpepper Robert Jones First Sergeant Eugene Humphries Sergeant: Fred Evans William Gough C. E. Hulse Corporal: Leo Chance Shannon Griggs Marvin Hood Duane Oliver M. W. Randolph Jimmy Tackett Bill Whatley Privates First Class Lawrence Bagwell Billy McWilliams Kenneth Ripley Privates Lowell Baber Wendel Baker Alton Barak Donald Bough Jimmy Bently Irving Berlin Jerry Biesel Kenneth Birdsong Ray Carter Byron Coatney Kenneth Collier Ronald Cross Glenn Fox Jimmy Garvin Pat Haywood Page Sixty-one A First Row. Capt. Travis Talley. Second Row: Pvt. C. B. Disman, 2nd Lt. Willard Crass, lst Lt. Jack Chandler, MfSgt. Dan Dawson, Sgt. lst Class Robert Johnson. FALL Henry Saucier, Pvt. Willard Scribner, Pvt. Ralph Ros- enbaum, Cpl. Roland Hill. Fifth Row: Cpl. Raymond Truesdell, Pvt. Eddie McConnell, Pvt. Richard McCarter, Cpl. Saul Drobnies, Pvt. Jimmy Ritter, Pvt. Harvey Lerer, Cpl. Eddie Heimann. Third Row: Sgt. Weldon Watson, Sgt. Jene Laman, Pvt. Billy Jackson, Pvt. Milton Moore, Pvt. Robert Hilborn, Pvt. Donald Minsky, Cpl. Charles Berghauser, Cpl. Ralph Smith. Fourth Row: Sgt. John Boone, Pvt. Ben Engelberg, Pvt. Captain Travis Tolley First Lieutenant Jack Chandler Second Lieutenant: Jene Laman Rudy Overman Fred Randall Edward Robinson First Sergeant Dan Dawson Sergeants First Class John Boone Weldon Watson lst Lt. Bobby Hopper, lst Sgt. Gene Culpepper, Sgt. Charles Mercer, Cpl. Jack Janes, Pvt. Phillip Aronoft, Company C SPRING Roland Hill Marvin Hoffman Jack Jones Jess Lamb Charles Mercer Don Plunk Ralph Smith Damie Stillman Raymond Truesdale Corporals Ben Engelberg Richard McCarter Eddie McConnel James Ritter Sergeants . Charles Berghauser Henry suucler Saul Drobnies Private First Class Myron Goldberg Page Sixty-two Robert McDonald Pvt. lawrence Bagwell, Pvt. Joe Stubblefield. Privates Maurice Anderson Jackie Beckham Richard Bedell Charlie Chaftine C. B. Disman Henry Edwards Hahme Gappelberg Lonnie Haley Frank Hereford .timmy Hoskins Thomas Jeflrey Franklin Josey John Henry Jones Marshall Moriarty Lester Taylor Bobby Tiner Billy Walthall LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: 2nd Lt. lrving Schwartz, Capt. Robert Crenshaw, lst Sgt. William Bond. Second Row: M!Sgt. Fred Randall, Cpl. Billy Shaw, Pvt. Charles Karlen, Pfc. Thomas White, Plc. Wendel Hulse, Pfc. Columbus Perdue, Pvt. Jimmy Yeager, Sgt. 'lst Class Pat McKanna. Third Row: Sgt. Myron Goldberg, Cpl. Damie Stillman, Sgt. John Baumgardner, Pvt. Jimmy Garvin, Pvt. Bill What- ley, Pvt. M. W. Randolph, Pvt. Leo Chance, lst Sgt. Howard Mimms. Fourth Raw: Sgt. Frank Macaluso, Pvt. Billie Harris, Pvt. Bob Shaw, Cpl. J. T. Wagliardo, Pvt. Kenneth God- win, Pvt. Thomas Jeffrey, Pvt. Teddy Segal. Fifth Row. Pvt. Ira Smith, Pvt. Gerald Lumpkin, Sgt. Robert Hixon, Pvt. Frank McMullen, Pvt. Norman Luterman, Cpl. Francis Turner, Sixth Row: Sgt. Clarence McLean, Sgt. Lee Gore, Sgt. Mar- vin Hoftman, Cpl. Leroy Meggs, 'lst Sgt. Bobby Hodges, Sgt. W. L. Dennis. NOT IN PICTURE Sgt. John Schmohl, Pfc. Grady Stegman, Pvt. Glen Stacks. Company D SPRING Captains Walter Meggs Arley Carter Rufus Poteet Bob Keller Billy Shaw Second Lieutenants Bob Shaw, Robert Johnson J' T' Waghcrdo Howard Mimms Corporal, First Sergeant John Baumgardner Donald Minsky John Cole Sergeant First Class Billy Thomas Sergeants George Chaftin Lee Gore Frank Macaluso Clarence Mclean Norman Luterman Buford Matthews Ernest Moehle Grady Stegman Privates First Class Billy Jackson Thomas Jettrey Frank McMullen Jerry Hunt Glen Sparks Tommy Jennings Carl Allen Privates William Badgett Lynwood Burnett Robert Burns Earl Cameron Robert Carlock Archie Crass Jimmie Dale Ervin Derrick George Duke Bobby Farmer Billy Harris James Hudson Glenn Humphrey Charles Karlen Burl Lightfoot Bonnie Lightfoot Gerald Lumpkin Wallace Mann Robert McCratic James Mitchell Percy Pleasant Larry Schwartz Ross Segal Teddy Segal Billy Smith James Taylor Page Sixty-three The hands fhat fairly play fhe game Win or lose, if's all fhe same. -w '--' . 1, .- A - f-.j.'.r.... . 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'L :aff----:-fw'r . .4 1.11 2 h PPM' f ..L,:'x T. '- ' ,jp .5-' '3 .:-'- 1 ' A . ,.. '. - -A , , "1 " -2- g .-',,- , L v 'ff wg.. li- -:uf fu .EW-if' P - 'Q ' ' 1 G+ "L, Ag .-f.-:- ' ' ' 'K ,. ' :S-1 5, . ' -4.3-15" ' E-1 .- YE,-, ig, I - ,. -r,.:- V- Ia, :ly-, - '25 .21 -4 - 311-925 - .1 T: "EW :wif ' 'S.-, .,p,- ffl' -M if 57:1 L ' F. N as T-'EC Tiff' .f4fAf fied LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Coach Leroy Crabtree, Jack Chandler, Bobby Nel- son, George Milner, Jack Ogden, Billy Dean Thomas, Ralph Reynolds, Billy Schaerdel, Pat Ferrell, Salvador Digiglio, Jess Lamb, Coach R. J. Edwards. Second Row: Coach V. H. Mattingly, Kenneth Fuller, Clyde Bono, Morton Moriarty, C. B. Disman, Carl Stone, Melvin Cohen, Jim Marlow, Ronald Oesch, Ben Schnitzer. Third Row: Raymond Zaboinik, Bob Keller, Luther Borgeson, Robert Page, Charles Patzig, Neal Vick, Hubert Parrett, Joe Rener, Ari Susman, Freddie Phillips, Larry Klein. Fourth Row: Kenneth Rigler, Billy Degen, Roy Hall, Jimmy Day, Sammy Warren, Don Taylor, Jimmy Phillips, Kenneth Smith, Billy Risener, Travis Tolley, Dink Rigsby, Pat Liv- ingston, Stanley Woodruff. 'A' Football Team Corsicana 7-Forest 2 ln the first game of the season Skipper Crab- tree's Lions lost to the Corsicana Tigers, 7-2. The Lions were almost to pay dirt when Collier's pass was intercepted on the three-yard line. When Corsicana tried to kick out, Jack Ogden blocked the punt, which cost the Tigers two points, The Corsicana touchdown was made on a pair of passes and a six-yard run through the center of the line. Jeff Davis lHoustonl 7-Forest O The Jeff Davis Panthers in Houston handed the Lions their second defeat. On the old "Statue of Liberty Play" the Panthers went over for the score. The Green Wave was without the services of their regular quarterback, Leroy Collier. Mexico City Polytechnic 13-Forest 0 Playing superior football, the White Donkeys Page Sixty six of Mexico City Polytechnic defeated the Forest Lions in an international football game. The Donkeys made their two touchdowns in the second quarter on an extensive ground drive and an intercepted pass. North Side lFort Worthl 34--Forest 6 The North Side Steers stampeded the Green Wave for a count of 34-6. The lone Forest score was made when Nelson intercepted a pass and ran to the one-yard line. Reynolds carried over for the touchdown. Forest 7-Jesuit 0 On a 28-yard touchdown pass to Jack Ogden climaxing a 54-yard drive, the Lions notched their first victory of the season against the Jesuit Rangers. Jack Ogden, Jack Chandler, and Billy Thomas were outstanding on the defense for the Lions. 7 LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Leon De Arment, Billy Jackson, Jack Smith, Harold Bridges, Wamon Hodges, Pat McKanna, Tommy Rotrekl, Johnny McGarity, Mays Gaza, Stanley Murphy, Hahme Gappelberg, Edd Stevens, Don Everett. Second Row: Wayne Nance, Harmon Simes, Billy Hawthorne, Billy Smith, Billy Forte, Nathan Kaplan, Cleo Tunnell, Ralph Pyle, Donald Dunn, George Hodges. Third Row: Robert Benton, Jerry Fischl, William Badgett, Charles Lowrance, Jerry Baysinger, Frank McKnight, Jerry Holmes, Freddie Combs, Truman Minyard, Don Wesch. Fourth Row: Norman Luterman, Robert Johnson, Donald Clay- ton, George Darnell, Wallace Mann, Howard Hansen, Arthur Fullington, Gene Sale, Don York, Leroy Meggs. Fifth Row: William Derrick, John Boumgardner, Weldon Wat- son, Joe Glenn Bray, John Cole, Jerry Clark, Dick Mc- Kinney, Billy Smith, Bonnie Joe Lightfoot, Homer Kovar. 'B' Football Team Woodrow Wilson 26-Forest 0 Led by Bill Forrester, a power-laden crew of Wildcats nipped Forest in the initial city confer- ence game for both teams. Ralph Reynolds often led the Lions near the goal line, but the attack would bog down. The defensive work of Ogden and Chandler made the contest much closer than the score indicates. Sunset 19-Forest 'l2 After leading the Bisons for three quarters, the Lions succumbed to a two-touchdown attack in the fourth quarter to lose, 19-12. The Green Wave hit pay dirt on a running attack in the first quarter and a pass play in the third. lt was the Lions' best game up to this time. Forest 19--Tech 7 The Green Wave notched their first city series win by defeating the Tech Wolves 19 to.7. The Lion offensive drive was spearheaded by Ralph Rey- nolds, and the line from end to end shone bright on the defense. Forest 7-North Dallas 7 The Lions and the Bulldogs battled to a 7-7 tie on the mud of Dal-Hi Field. The Lions, on the first drive of the game, marched 72 yards to the Bulldogs' 13, and then, after a kickout by the Bulldogs, marched 20 yards for a touchdown. The Bulldogs hit pay dirt in the second quarter, and from then on it was a tight defensive battle. Forest 12-Adamson 0 In the last game of the 1948 season, the Lions passed and ran to victory over the Adamson Leop- ards. ln the first quarter on a 54-yard march the Green Wave hit pay dirt on some good pass throwing and snatching. The Lions held on to their one-touchdown lead until the fourth quarter, when they lengthened it by a 69-yard touchdown drive led by Ralph Reynolds. The victory put For- est in a tie for second place. Page Sixty seven Page Sixty- LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: George Milner. Third Row: Paul Black, Cortez Fulsom, Robert Page, Bob Kelly, Morty Ravkind. Second Row: Johnny Hambrick, Pat Ferrell, Paul Scherzer, Pat NOT lN PICTURE Kelley, Marvin Greenberg, J. C. Vick. Donald Beach, Bobby Horn. Basketball 1948 - 1949 Season January 5 . . . Forest 43-Crozier Tech 33 January . Adamson 43-Forest 35 January 14 . . . North Dallas 49-Forest 35 12... January 21 . . Sunset 55-Forest 40 January 28 . . Forest 67-W. Wilson 46 February 5 . . Crozier Tech 43-Forest 37 February 10 . . North Dallas 76-Forest 50 February 12 . . Forest 45---Adamson 39 February 17 . . .' Sunset 50-Forest 43 February 25 . . . Forest 46-W.Wilson 33 Sparked by six-feet-three Pat Kelly, the Lions won four games and lost six in the 1948-49 bas- ketball season. The basketeers, under the direc- tion of Coach Milton Frey, showed a marked improvement over last year. ln pre-season games the Lions lost to Waco, winner of District 9-AA, by a score of 33-32, but in a return game de- feated Waco, 53-35. The Lions defeated Corsi- cana twice, 33-30 and 41-36. ln the Dr. Pepper eight Invitational tournament the Lions defeated Sul- phur Springs 67-41. ln the city series the Lions defeated Woodrow Wilson twice, 67-46 and 46-33, Crozier Tech once by a score of 43-33, and Adamson once, 45-39. On the starting line-up for most of the games were Pat Kelley and Paul Scherzer, or Donald Beach, forwards, Bobby Horn, center, and Pat Ferrell and J. C. Vick, guards. Pat Kelley, all-city forward on both the News and the Times Herald selections, scored 193 points in the ten-game season. By scoring nine points more than Tom Hamilton of Tech in 1942, he set a new record for the most points scored in one season. Not only did he win the scoring cham- pionship in Dallas, but he topped all scorers -on the other city conference teams-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio. Lettermen are Pat Kelley, Bobby Horn, J. C. Vick, Pat Ferrell, Donald Beach, Paul Scherzer, Marvin Greenberg and Cortez Fulsom. Manager was Harold Bridges. LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Coach Virgil Mattingly, Philip Cash, Don Wesch, Bill Smith, Hubert Parrett, Mays Gaza, Walter Stoneham, Billy Brady, Donald Dunn. Second Row: Gary Gossett, Howard Hansen, Bonnie Lightfoot, C. B. Disman, Morton Moriarty, Clyde Bono, Jess Lomb, Obie Joe Draper, Don Everett, Charles Patzig. Third Row: John Boone, Jimmy West, G. A. Rigler, Larry Schwartz, Frank McKnight, Freddie Combs, John Baum- gardner, Don York, Don Taylor, Wayne Nance. Fourth Row: Billy Degen, Jack Thompson, Sammy Harper, Stanley Murphy, Billy Thomas, Bobby Reeves, Jimmy Phillips, Jimmy Day, Ronald Oesch, Kenneth Fuller, Carl Stone. Fifth Row: Billy Hawthorne, Kenneth Smith, Ray Culpepper, Jackie Beckham. NOT IN PICTURE Luther Borgeson, Raymond Zaboinik, Track Coach Virgil Mattingly, head track coach, points toward a fine track team this season. The cinder patters will be depending on their 440 and mile relay teams to rake in the maiority of their points. The relay teams consist of Kenneth Smith, C. B. Disman, Raymond Zaboinik and Mor- ton Moriarty. The future sprint department will be led by freshman prospect Larry Schwartz, who is running off the hundred at a quick pace of l0.6. Low and high hurdles will be handled by an able quartet of boys: Raymond Zaboinik, Stanley Mur- phy, Billy Dean Thomas and Jess Lamb. The vault- ing department is in need of experience, but Tru- man Minyard, Don Everett and Charles Patzig are giving their time to this event. Prospects look bright in the weight division, led by Hubert Parrett and a promising freshman prospect, Luther Borgeson. Forest came out with three first places at a city track meet on May 6, 1948: Jerome Zaboinik took two first places in the sprints, running the T00 in l0.I and the 220 in 22.4, Murphy Webster also placed first by broad iumping 20 feet 378 inches. With Morris, Webster, Clay and Zaboinik carrying the baton, the Lions placed third in the 440 relay. Webster placed fourth in the shot-put, heaving the cannon ball 43 feet. Scoring a total of I8 points, Forest placed fifth. In the district track meet, Zaboinik placed second in the 220 and third in the I00, to score I4 points and put Forest in eleventh place. Webster and Zaboinik were the T948 letter- men. Page Sixty nine LEFT TO RIGHT Leon Zeman, June Goldberg, Marvin Greenberg, Joan levy, Sigmund Altman, Judy Wyll, Coach J. Alan Boulton. Tennis Prospects for a winning 1949 tennis team look fairly promising. Teaming up to seek the title of city champions in boys' doubles are Jay Beck and Marvin Greenberg, a returning and promis- ing player from last year's team. Boys' singles will be played by Stanley Golman, a newcomer to the team with plenty of ability. Highlighting a return appearance for girls' singles is Joan Levy. The contenders for girls' doubles are Benita Ablin, Gertrude Fair, Helen Rachofsky and Vivian Brown. Coach J. Alan Boulton will be the backbone of the team with his excellent coaching and spirit. The Forest Netters opened the 1948 season on April 2 with a 0-4 defeat at the hands of Wood- row Wilson. The Lions showed improvements, however, on April 7, by defeating Tech 3-1. The girls' singles lost, but the boys' singles won, 6-3, 6-2. The girls' doubles won, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3, and Page Seventy the boys' doubles walloped the Wolves, 6-1, 6-2. On April 13 the Netters were defeated by Adam- son, 1-3. The boys' singles defeated the Leop- ards, 7-5, 7-5, for the only victory of the day. The first-place Sunset team defeated the Lions, 4-O, 4-O, on April 20, with all of the teams losing. On April 26 the Netters lost 1-3 to the North Dal- las Bulldogs. Girls' singles won 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, for the only Forest point. In the post-season tournament, Marvin Green- berg, lost 6-4, 7-5 in the boys' singles, and the boys' doubles team, A. D. Kleinman and Leon Zeman, lost 10-8, 6-O. In the first round of the girls' singles, Joan Levy won 6-1, 6-3, but lost 6-O, 6-0 in the second round. The girls' doubles team, Judy Wyll and Gertrude Fair, was defeated, 6-0, 6-O. -1 LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Milton Leventhal, Olen Rowe, Larry Klein, Melvin Second Row: Robert Lester Johnson, Jimmy West, Jimmy Cohen. Phillips, Jerry Holmes, Coach Otto C. Rhome. Go The Forest golf team, coached by Otto C. Rhome, is looking forward to a better season this year than in the last few years. Jerry Holmes and Melvin Cohen are co-captains. Robert Johnson, Milton Leventhal, Jimmy Phillips, Olen Rowe, Billy Dean Thomas, Jimmy West and Larry Klein round out the team. The linksmen practice every Monday and Wednesday afternoon at Cedar Crest Country Club. ln past seasons they have been handicapped because of the high cost of equipment. The Lions play ten games this year. They started the season off February 26 with a 5 Vg- V2 defeat at the hands of the Crozier Tech Wolves. On March 5 the Links- ll men lost to follows: February 26 March 5 . March l2 . March l9 . March 26 . April 2 . April 9 . April l6 . April 23 . April 30 . North Dallas 6-0. Their schedule Forest-Crozier Tech Forest-North Dallas . Forest-Adamson . Forest-W. Wilson . . Forest-Sunset Forest-Crozier Tech Forest-North Dallas . Forest-Adamson Forest-W. Wilson . . Forest-Sunset Page Seventy-one l l , LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Bobby Dickson, Don Taylor, Robert Page, Frank Macaluso, Billy Guernsey, Jimmy Bacon, Jimmy Marlow, Charles Patzig. Second Row: Raymond Truesdell, Don Holland, George Chaf- fln, Stan Woodruff, Bob Fraley, ' ' Baseball Squad 1949 SCHEDULE April 4 . . . . Forest-North Dallas April 7 . . Forest-Crozier Tech April 12 . . . Forest-Adamson April 14 . . . Forest-Sunset April 18 . . . Forest-W. Wilson April 21 . . Forest-North Dallas April 25 . . Forest-Crozier Tech April 28 . . . Forest-Adamson May 2 . . . Forest-Sunset May 7 . . .... Forest-W. Wilson Coach Alva Shepard's 1949 baseball squad, though largely inexperienced, is in a favorable position to hand out some costly upsets and pos- sibly wind up near the top at the end of the sea- son. Led by Billy Don Taylor and Jimmy Marlowe, the two returning lettermen, the Lions also have Bobby Dickson and Charles Patzig, expected to be heavy hitters. Bill Guernsey is the leading con- tender for shortstop, filling in the shoes of last year's batting champion, "Duck" Smith. Harmon Simes and Joe Mac Doyle are two of the more favorable pitching prospects. The Lions can cer- Page Seventy-two Third Row, Harmon Simes, Billy Degen, Joe Mac Doyle, Ari Susman, Paul Black, William Derrick, Fourth Row: Coach Alva Shepard, Jack Chandler, Ben Schnit- zer, Donald Minsky, Buddy Davis, Billy Smith, Bobby Hopper, J. P. Smith. tainly be expected to be an extremely dangerous team with enough will to win to make up for needed experience. Robert Page and Jack Chandler are alternating as catchers, Charles Patzig is holding down first base, Jimmy Bacon and Jimmy Marlow are the leading contenders for second base, Billy Guern- sey and Don Holland are trying for shortstop, while Holland and Paul Black are battling it out for the third-base position. In the outfield, Ari Susman and Billy Degen are contenders for left field, Bobby Gallop and Billy Don Taylor in cen- ter field, and Bobby Dickson and George Chaffin in right. The Lions played eleven pre-season games. On March 3 the Lions defeated Garland 8-O and on March 4 the Lions won 7-4. After tying Waxa- hachie 7-7 March 9, the Lions beat Waxahachie 7-1 on March 11. The sandlotters had their first loss, 12-4, March 15, at the hands of North Side of Fort Worth. On March 17 and 18 the Lions were defeated by the SMU freshman squad, 14-2 and 9-O. The Lions pulled back into the win col- LEFT TO RIGHT Third Row: Nathan Kaplan, Gerald Lumpkin, Wallace Mann, HV-9' ROWI JSVVY R0m0f5kY, JeVfY BVOCLYWUYI Willard 5Cflbl1ef, George Milner, Harry Roberts, Gerald Marshall, Charles Alan Eberstein, Jackie Floyd, Charles Lawrance, George Powell Don Plunk' Darnell, Bobby Cannon, ' ' ' . Second Row: James Stafford, Billy Don Forte, Clyde Bacon, Fourth ROW: TFGVIS Hllklll, JOB RUl'1IY1ell, R0lPh PYlef Dean Don Wesch, Otis Straughan, Johnny McGarity, Earle Nelms, Edwflfd Davis, M0l'Vlf1 Elllfilif Ddlen -l0l1FIS0f1, Cameron. Tommy Jennings. Q B, B Cl S 9 lO l l S U d umn March 28 by downing Jesuit, 2-0, and beat- 1948 SEASON ing Highland Park, 9-3, in the final pre-season Schedule game April l. In the i948 season the Lions were outstanding. Little Joe Cannon, the all-city pitcher, practically handcufied the Adamson Leopards with able assistance from his teammates in their second meeting, avenging a 6-2 loss by a 2-l victory. Cannon pitched two three-hitters and one four- hitter during the season. He allowed the Crozier Tech Wolves only three hits April 8 and held the Woodrow Wilson Wildcats to three May 7. Cn April 13 the Sunset Bisons squeezed out only four hits from Cannon. The first game with Adamson and Woodrow Wilson, and the second North Dallas game saw the Lions on the wrong end ofthe score. The Forest team finished the season in second place. ln the other seven games, led by Cannon's pitching and Smith's .560 championship batting, the Lions were unbeatable. April 5 . April 8 . April l3 . April l5 . April l9 . April 22 . April 26 . April 29 . May 7 . May l5 . Paul Camp Joe Cannon Leland Dixon Roy Hall Jim Marlow Joe . Forest 3-North Dallas 2 . Forest 7--Crozier Tech l . Adamson 6-Forest 2 . . . Forest 3-Sunset l . W. Wilson 3-Forest O . North Dallas 6--Forest 2 . Forest 3-Crozier Tech l . Forest 2-Adamson l . Forest 5-W. Wilson 0 . . . Forest 5-Sunset l Lettermen Tate Milner Ralph Reynolds Johnny Swartz Billy Don Taylor Leroy Tasker Mac Doyle, Manager Page Seventy-three l LEFT TO RIGHT Second Row: Gene Culpepper, Dan Dawson, Richard Degges First Row: Evelyn Goss, Joyce Primrose, Wanda Jackson. Joe A, VVilson. Cheerleaders We've got a T--E-A-M That's on the B-E-A--M! We've got a team that's on the beam, That's really hep to the iive, Yea, Lions, man alive! ak Yea, green! Yea, white! Yea, Lions! Fight! Fight! Fight! ul' We thought we heard Our captain say The -- - - - are coming our way Page Seventy-four With a riv-o, with a riv-o, with a Sis-boom-bah! Forest, Forest, rah, rah, rah! 'Ir With a F, with a F, with an F-O-R! With an E, with an E, with an E-S-T! With a F-O-R, with an E-S-T! That's the way you spell it! Here's the way you yell it- Forest, Forest, Forest! Touchdown! Touchdown! 'A' Now for the kick! The Forest Lions are gonna win- But quick! - LEFT TO RIGHT DiAnn Shugart, Tommie Nell Wright, Joan Crow, Shirley Fuller, Adeline Elom. Maiorettes 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've got sand, Forest High, Rah! Rah! Go after that ball, Forest High, We're backing you all, Forest Our team is a great protector, On, boys, for we expect a Victory from you, Forest High! igh! F-O-R-E-S-T L-l-O-N-S! Green-White Green and White, Yea, Lions! Fight, Fight, Fight! Fight on, for victory, 'A' O Lions, roar for all to see! Fight on, for Green and White, We're in We-'ll do Fight on! the groove, or die- -Fight on! Page Seventy-tive LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: DiAnn Shugart, Nancy Burt, Mary Leon Hollon, Shirley Cavender, Wanda Foster, Joan Levy, Barbara Hansen, Marion Goldman, Alice Dennis, Cornelia Sim- mons. Second Row: Betty Sheats, Latriece Smith, Laverne Knight, Floy Rowan, Janice Tompkins, Jane Harris, Minnie Lou Parsons, Barbara Russell, Thresa Phillips, Dorothy Sasse, Bette Davis, Betty Jo Cook, Carrie Jo Wagliardo, Mildred Blanton, Adeline Elam, , , LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Marie Miller, Jewel Autry, Jaunita Thompson, Norma Womack, Barbara McCool, Bonnie Crowe, Betty Joe Dinsmore, Sondra Marks, Janie Patrick, Mary Kline, Don- nie Kline, Patsy Gurley, Etta Jean Brand, Betty Watson, Martha Williams. Second Row: Betty t-ultz, Tommie Jones, Patsy Wester, June Butler, Loretta Brisendine, Jean Taylor, Joan Crow, Wilma Third Row: Melba Murphy, Ann Rogers, Aunita Yates, Janice Flanagan, Barbara Reed, Chloe Mountz, Joyce Fuller, Mary Ann Jones, Harriett Vatsures, Virginia Miller, Edna- iim Smith, Flora Nell Rains, Betty Jean Eads. Fourth Raw: Hazel White, Doris Tunnell, Mary Frances Ben- nett, Lottie Jo Helms, Jean Hopkins, Jean Ware, Jean Bennett, Joyce Myers, Dorothy Sparks, Virginia Gilliland, Marlene Adams, Jane Barker, Peggy Smith, Maurine Whalen, Peggy Dean. Morris, Velleen Dula, Patsy Meade, Shirley Edwards, Eunita Wheeler, Dolores Knight, Ruby Carpenter, Jose- phine Gassman. Third Row: Barbara Glasscock, Margie Wright, Barbara Clark, Anita Duckworth, Betty Swift, Audie Rogers, Fearl June Hickey, Dallie Ball, Marie Buchanan, Alice Robinson, June Fife, Clara Hodges, Mary Dotson, Joyce Killings- worth. L - ' LEFT TO mom First Row: Julia Ann Bratton, Iris Jean Wafford, Venita Jones, Barbara McCool, Frances Barker, Shirley Rae Cavender. Sue McFaddin, Chloe Mountz, Barbara Reed, Joan Levy, Barbara Hansen, Ethel Silvergold, Donnie Kline, Mary Kline, Patsy Gurley, Tommie Nell Wright, Shirley Flowers, Betty Smith, Mary lou Inman, Betty Glasscock, Jo Ann Schenkel. Second Rcw: Earlene Prisock, Anita Duckworth, Margaret Ann Allison, Audrey Slider, Patsy Early, Marie Gage, Womack, Sue Owen, Vivian Brown, Donna Minetle Banks, Louise Goldstein, Judith Steinhorn, Jacobson, Ruby Carpenter, Doris Gibson, Dolores Dianne Mays, Bennie Lou Hook, Gloria Denham, Johnson, Avanell Bennett. Norma Kogan, Sandra Knight, Wynell Four Fifth Wanda larue Foster, Marlene Adams, Alice Dennis, Thresa Phillips, Bette Davis, Betty Cook, Carrie Jo Wag- liardo, Mildred Blanton, Betty Jean Eads, Billie Jo Haney, Iona Turpen, Maureen Moriarty, Josephine Gass- man, Anna Crandall. th Row: Betty Ruth Sheats, Betty Sue Ogletree, Freddie Sue Cochran, La Verne Mathews, Bonnie Crowe, Jo Ann McCuistion, Marilyn Golman, Marilyn Sue Shapiro, Patsy Wester, Joanne Jameson, Leveda Beavers, Mary Joy Babbitt, Mary Ann Jones, Editha Byers, Dollie Ball, Win- nora Sortain, Wanda Dean, Bobbie Collins, Betty Five- coat, Anne Moore, Wanda Bawcum, Helen Ayers. Row: Bettie Winters, Doris Tunnell, Barbara Boldin, Carol Marshall, Ruth Benson, Kathleen Cummings, Clara Hodges, Rosalee Rachofsky, Peggy Smith, Joyce Myers, Third Row: Gloria McCulloch, Nancy Burt, Mary Leon Hollon, Jane Barker, Dorothy Sparks, Edith Carter, Maurine - Norma Fallell, Jean Taylor, .loan Crow, Wilma Morris, Whalen, Peggy Dean, Marie Miller, Connie Sorrells. LEFT TO RIGHT Second Row: Nan Humphrey, Beatrice Marcus, Pattye Law- First Row: Patty Cowell, Dorothy Sasse, Janice Flanagan, Bette rence, Janice Tompkins, Margaret Ann Allison, Joan Davis, Marion Goldman, Blanche Kassed, Odessa Rob- Levy, Ann Rogers, Maureen Moriarty, Nellie Garner, erts, Frances Curry, Floy Rowan, Marie Gage, Joyce Kirk, Editha Byers, Cornelia Simmons, Betty Tapper, Betty Mildred Blanton, Adeline Elam. Haire, Melba Murphy, DiAnn Shugart. -. --1 . -f.:- 'ua e.Qfsz vxSx' LEFT TO RIGHT Firsl Row: Janice Flanagan, Belle Davis, Dorolhy Sasse, Janice Tompkins, Mary Joy Bobbill, Marion Goldman, Margarel Ann Allison, Barbara Hansen, Norma Sue McFaddin, Frances Curry, Nan Humphrey, Floy Rowan, Belly Haire, Marie Buchanan, Marie Gage, Joyce Fuller. Second Row: Mary Leon Hollon, Joan Crow, Wilma Morris, Pallye Lawrence, Minnie Lou Parsons, Jane Harris, Shirley Cavender, Thresa Joyce Phillips, DiAnn Shugarl, Doris Gibson, Belly Ray, Evelyn Hayes, Janice Allen, Marlha Joe Slriegler. LEFT TO RIGHT Firsl Row: Sue McFaddin, Second Row: Bealrice Marcus, Pally Cowell. Third Row: Jo Nell Wiles, Dianne Mays, Janice Flanagan, Rulh Benson, Maureen Moriarly, Belly Harvey, Joan Crow, Wilma Jo Morris, Adeline Elam, Barbara Reed, Third Row: Mildred Ball, Pally Cowell, Shirley Goldslein, Hannah Goren, Lillian Ornish, Wanda Bawcum, Bennie Lou Hook, Rulh Joy Benson, Rosalee Rachofsky, Beverely Redfearn, Frances Slalon, Elhel Schwarlz, Gail Denham, Melvalene Kilchens, Kalhleen Cummings, Adrinne Sallz- man, Allus Slriegler, Chrislene Cameron. Fourlh Row: Marie Miller, Raymande Russell, Joyce Killings- worlh, Fearl June Hickey, Jewel Aulry, Shirley Tresen- riler, Janie Palrick. Connie Sorrells, Frances Louise Barker. Fourth Row: Elhel Silvergold, Blanche Kassed, Belle Davis Dorolhy Sasse, Janice Tompkins, Mary Bobbill, Barbar: Hansen, Mariorie Smilh, Vivian Brown, Joan Levy, Myrli: Pierce, Donna Louise Kogan, Joyce Killingsworlh, Jear Taylor, Joanne Jameson, Di Ann Shugarl, Marlha Man ning, Norma Cummings, Doris Gibson. Page Sevei-ny'eighl P if Coeds' Spring Gym Activities Senior Basketball Captains Betty Jo Cook . Odessa Roberts . Joyce Myers . . Jo Ann McCuistion . Harriett Vatsures . Mary Bagwell . Junior Melba Murphy Mary Hollon . Audrey Slider Wanda Foster Lottie Helms . Bette Davis . . Kitty Kats . Robbers . Mercurys . Hustlers . . Cagers . Sunbeams Volleyball Captains . Mermaids . Teamsters . . 49ers . . Bounties Honey Drippers . . Rosebuds Sophomore Basketball Norma Southern Barbara Hansen Mary Owen . Nita Bryan . Helen Donsky . Wanda Bawcum Mary Lou White Mary Knott . Captains . Pirateers . . Irmas . Daredevils . 49ers . Hellanas . Hornets . Twinklers Beetle Bombs Freshman Group Captains Cleo Pollock Mary Hudmond Pat Rigler . Dianne Mays . Barbara Beiben Holly Long . . Comets . Turtles . Banties . Panthers Court Teers . Musketeers Page Seventy-nin 9 The hands fhcxf hold fhe gavel firm Ease our work from Term fo Term. if A Tgiftgi I . V, ... .,.:.,.g-yfff .. 'ws' LJ. Vx. . .1-V.. 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' L . .- V ' ganiza fionzi 4 LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Jay Beck, Macel Fowler, Norma Haley, Dorothy Weltchek, Odessa Roberts. Second Row: Beatrice Marcus, Marion Goldman, Blanche Kassed, Janice Flanagan, Laverne Knight, Janice Tomp- kins, Jacquelyn Keith. Third Row: Polly Rogers, Betty Lou Haire, Margaret Ann Alli- son, Joyce Fuller, Joan Levy, Bettye Randolph, Judy Rice Fourth Row: Mrs. Emma H. Brown, Chloe Mountz, Shyrlee Em mett, Mildred Blanton, Ben Schnitzer, Paul McKay, Jackie Watkins, Charles Schwarz. NOT IN PICTURE Larry Lee Slakey. National Honor Society A goal for all enterprising students is member- ship in National Honor Society .... Inspiring initia- tion ceremonies take place twice each year .... Welcoming party for new members is held Novem- ber 23 at home of Mrs. Emma Brown .... Courtesy committee of society members is appointed to help acquaint new pupils with school routines and rules. . . . Cooperative members help Mrs. Brown in doing office work .... Organization founded in Forest in l93O by Miss Rachel Foote, former dean .... Since then, this society, founded on principles of outstand- ing scholarship, leadership, service, and character, has played a leading role in activities of school. Page Eighty-two OFFICERS MRS. EMMA BROWN, Sponsor Fall Semester DOROTHY WELTCHEK, President NORMA HALEY, Vice-President MACEL FOWLER, Secretary ODESSA ROBERTS, Treasurer JAY BECK, Parliamentarian and Sergeant-at-Arms Spring Semester JAY BECK, President MARION GOLDMAN, Vice-President ODESSA ROBERTS, Secretary JACKIE WATKINS, Treasurer BEATRICE MARCUS, Parliamentarian BEN SCHNITZER, Sergeant-at-Arms High Scholarship Club OFFICERS MISS SARAH MERIWETHER, Sponsor Fall Semester ODESSA ROBERTS, President POLLY ROGERS, Vice-President BETTY LOU HAIRE, Secretary LOTTIE HELMS, Treasurer DONNA KOGAN, Parliamentarian JUDITH RICE, Sergeant-at-Arms SHYRLEE EMMETT, Echo Reporter DORIS GIBSON, Student Council Representative Spring Semester POLLY ROGERS, President SHYRLEE EMMETT, Vice-President MARION GOLDMAN, Secretary CAROL ANN BLACK, Treasurer MILDRED BLANTON, Sergeant-at-Arms ODESSA ROBERTS, Parliamentarian EDITH MELNICK, Echo Reporter LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Lottie Helms, Betty Lou Haire, Polly Rogers, Odessa Roberts, Danna Kogan, Alice Dennis. Second Row: Mary Lean Hollon, Beatrice Marcus, Blanche Kassed, Edith Melnick, Joan Levy, Marion Goldman, Wanda Foster. Third Row: Joye Ramsey, Peggy Phillips, Dorisene Hogue, Shirley Cavender, Wilma Morris. High Scholarship Club first organized in l92l .... ln order to become member, student must have earned Linz Award the previous year .... Purpose of organization is to impress upon students value of high scholarship and good citizenship in school and community .... Meetings held on alternate Thurs- days .... Programs consist of interesting discussions on current events, quizzes, and talent shows .... On November I7 thought provoking quiz presented by program chairman, Polly Rogers .... February IO quiz conducted by Shyrlee Emmett, in which contes- tants choose subiects from board .... i948 Inter- scholastic League Spelling champion, Polly Rogers, and I949 champion, Marion Goldman, spell on March 3. Fourth Row: Jackie Watkins, Damie Stillman, Judy Rice, Doris Gibson, Martha Joe Striegler, Carol Ann Black. Fifth Row: Myron Goldberg, Miss Sarah Meriwether, Mary Lou White, Lula Norris, Shyrlee Emmett, Mildred Blanton, Flora Nell Rains, Jean Taylor. NOT IN PICTURE Evelyn Engelberg. l I Page Eighty-three LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Robert Hixson, Henry Saucier, Tommy Rotrekl, Gene Culpepper, Jack Knight, Jackie Keith, Margaret Ann Allison, Joyce Fuller, Mary Kline, Holly Long, Wilma Morris. br Second Row: Jackie Watkins, Billy Thomas, Fred Randall, Judy Rice, Dorothy Warren, Barbara Hansen, Melba Murphy, Jean Weaver, Louise Goldstein, Joan Levy, Ethel Silver- Norma Southern, Helen Rachofsky, Pauline Jean Ware, Betty Fultz. Lowry, Naomi Southerland, Christine Em- Lou White, Doris Smith, Mary Ann Jones, Donna Kogan, Ethel Schwartz. Fifth Row: Paul McKay, Don Holland, Richard McCarter Shannon Griggs, Jackie Bourland, Donald Minsky, Rob- 1 gold. ert Benton, Ed Clark, Jo Ann McCuistion, Joe Rener. Student Council Student Council is student body government com- posed of representatives from first period classes and school clubs .... At meetings on Monday mornings, ways of improving school are discussed .... To keep up school spirit during football season, Student Coun- cil prints and sells tags .... Council chooses dele- gates to Traffic Court and Traffic Commission .... Organization sponsors poster contest to improve lunchroom conditions .... "Friendship Week" is spon- sored by Council .... Council publishes student di- rectories .... Election of Cheerleaders is held near end of each Spring Term .... Jack Knight, president, and Gene Culpepper, vice-president, attend Student Council convention in Alabama. Page Eighty-four OFFICERS S. S. HUTCHINSON, Sponsor Fall Semester JACK KNIGHT, President GENE CULPEPPER, Vice-President JACQUELYN KEITH, Secretary MARGARET ANN ALLISON, Treasurer Spring Semester JACK KNIGHT, President GENE CULPEPPER, Vice President ETHEL SILVERGOLD, Secretary MARGARET ANN ALLISON, Treasurer Junior Red Cross Council OFFICERS MISS LOULA ELDER, Sponsor Fall Semester BEATRICE MARCUS, President MARION GOLDMAN, Vice-President BETTE DAVIS, Secretary ADELINE ELAM, Sergeant-at-Arms CAROL ANN BLACK, Parliamentarian ED CLARK, Student Council Representative Spring Semester MARION GOLDMAN, President BLANCHE KASSED, Vice-President BEATRICE MARCUS, Secretary CAROL ANN BLACK, Sergeant-at-Arms MOLLY ROGERS, Student Council Representative LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Tommy Rotrekl, Jean Graf, Bette Davis, Marion Goldman, Beatrice Marcus, Blanche Kassed, .loan Crow, Joan Levy, Carol Ann Black, Barbara Beiben. Second Row: Geneva Mullins, Ann Logan, Molly Rogers, Edith Melnick, Betty Tapper, Patsy Gurley, Neta Burnett, Juanita Thompson, Gertrude Fair. Third Row: Altus Striegler, Patsy Watts, Sue Harmer, Barbara Reed, Mary Leon Hollon, Dollie Ball, Theola Taylor, As a branch of an international organization, Junior Red Cross Council has to uphold high ideals of that group .... Proiects include gift boxes which are sent to needy people of Europe .... Council sponsors international correspondence program with foreign countries by way of albums .... Art classes carry on art program .... Enrollment is held on November lO .... Red Cross talent show given at assembly .... Council presents program at Lisbon Veterans Hospital with help of A Cappella Choir and hillbilly band .... Convalescent program at Parkland Hospital during February .... Birthday party in April at county old folks home. Nellie Gassman. Fourth Row: Ed Clark, Johnny Childress, Adeline Elam, Betty Hemby, Barbara Russell, Fifth Row: Bob White, Milton Leventhal, Jerry Kalmin, Robert Johnson, Carl Skibell. NOT IN PICTURE Freddie Cochren, Evelyn Engelberg, Donnie Kline, Martha Manning, Geneva Super. Page Eighty-five X- LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Ann Stokes, Margaret Ann Allison, Beatrice Marcus, Betty Harvey, Melba Floyd, Donald Minsky, Charles Schwarz, Barbara Hansen, Helen Rachofsky. Second Row: Audrey Slider, Marlene Adams, Latriece Smith, Pattye Lawrence, Joye Ramsey, Carol Black, Joan Levy, Joan Crow, Judy Rice, Jack Smith. Third Row: Shirlee Els, Dorothy Wylie, Gertrude Fair, Marilyn Blatt, Shyrlee Emmett, Mary Leon Hollon, Betty Lou Haire, Nathan Friedman, Arthur Friedman. Fourth Row: Miss Minnie Brown, Wallace Widders, Tommy Oddo, Damie Stillman, Morton Rudberg, Edward Robin- son, Travis Tolley, Leroy Meggs, Myron Goldberg. NOT IN PICTURE Saul Drobnies, Robert Johnson, Jackie Watkins, Nadine Jones. wee, Dallas Historical Society Knowledge of the past and recent history of one's community is essential to good citizenship .... Pur- pose of Dallas Historical Society is to instill such knowledge as well as love tor Dallas in hearts and minds of its members .... Contest for writer ot best essay on Dallas history is held in spring .... Club entertains with party November 23 to honor new members .... Members elect Charles Schwarz as most efficient January graduating senior .... Dis- cussion and debates on current problems make pro- grams interesting .... Among these are reports on political parties-background and policies-a dis- cussion of Palestine problem, and skit commemo- rating Texas History Week, "Within the Alamo." Page Eighty -six OFFICERS MISS MINNIE BROWN, Sponsor Fall Semester MARGARET ANN ALLISON, President BEATRICE MARCUS, Vice-President ANN STOKES, Second Vice-President BETTY HARVEY, Recording Secretary BETTY HAIRE, Corresponding Secretary DONALD MINSKY, Treasurer BARBARA HANSEN, Parliamentarian WALLACE WIDDERS, Sergeant-at-Arms Spring Semester BEATRICE MARCUS, President JACKIE WATKINS, Vice-President MARGARET ANN ALLISON, Secretary DONALD MINSKY, Treasurer HELEN RACHOFSKY, Parliamentarian TOMMY ODDO, Sergeant-at-Arms Texas History Club OFFICERS MISS BESS THATCHER, Sponsor Fall Semester NORMA HALEY, President MARGARET ALLISON, Vice-President BETTYE RANDOLPH, Secretary BETTY HARVEY, Treasurer PAUL McKAY, Sergeant-at-Arms HELEN RACHOFSKY, Parliamentarian PAULINE PIERCE, Student Council Representative Spring Semester JACKIE WATKINS, President WILMA MORRIS, Vice-President ETHEL SILVERGOLD, Secretary MARILYN SHAPIRO, Treasurer MYRON GOLDBERG, Sergeant-at-Arms JEAN TAYLOR, Parliamentarian JOAN CROW, Critic, Reporter HELEN RACHOFSKY, Student Council Reporter LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Jean Graf, Ann Stokes, Margaret Ann Allison, Bettye Randolph, Norma Haley, Pauline Pierce, Betty Harvey, Barbara Hansen, Helen Rachofsky, Paul McKay. Second Row: Alice Dennis, Jean Taylor, Joan Crow, Wilma Morris, Jean Walker, Flora Nell Rains, Marilyn Sue Sha- piro, Ethel Silvergold, Janet Harris, Hannah Goren, Mary Kline, Betty Dinsmore, Dorothy Wylie. Third Row: Ethel Schwartz, Shirley Goldstein, Ruth Benson, picnic. Miss Bess Thatcher organized Texas History Club in T935 .... Group ioined Junior Historians in 1940. . . . Object of club is to promote historical studies of Texas .... Aids in discovery and preservation of historical material .... Club helps build up unique collection of books concerning Texas for school library .... Meetings are held every other Monday. . . . Programs include reports, quizzes, and speeches. . . . Plans made to send delegate to Junior Historian Convention in Austin .... Presents assembly on March 2 in honor of Texas Week with speeches by Jackie Watkins and Ruth Benson .... Members enter Texas Junior Historical essay contest .... So- cial activities include Christmas party and spring Sondra Marks, Rosalee Rachofsky, Freda Gappelberg, Miss Bess Thatcher, Elaine Kessner, Macel Fowler, Dorothy Weltchek, Billie Morris, Benita Ablin. Fourth Row: Marvin HoFfman, Myron Goldberg, Walter Stone- ham, Jack Thompson, James Harris, Gene Culpepper. NOT IN PICTURE Etta Brand, Betty Childress, Ben Engelberg, Theola Taylor, Jackie Watkins. s ,ss , Page Eighty-seven LEFT TO RIGHT Betty Harvey, Barbara Hansen, Jackie Watkins. First Row: Ann Stokes, Margaret Ann Allison, Bettye Randolph, Mary Ann Jones, Jean Ware, Jean Hopkins. NOT IN PICTURE Second Row: Miss Mary Drake, Billie Morris, .lack Thompson, Paul McKay, Audrey Slider, Lafriece Smith. Forest Forum Forest Forum was organized in i933 by Miss Dorothy Gerlach, now at North Dallas .... After Miss Gerlach left Forest, Miss Mary Drake took over sponsorship .... Purpose of club is to discuss world affairs, promote interest in current events, develop democratic ideals, and encourage group discussion. . . .Meetings held on first and third Wednesday of each month, with programs consisting of book re- views, quizzes, extemporaneous speeches, debates, and prepared speeches .... Membership in Forest Forum is open to all students with average grades. ...Annual party in school library with Christmas spirit .... Knowledge of and interest in current and past historical happenings motivate activities of club. Page Eighty-eight OFFICERS MISS MARY DRAKE, Sponsor Fall Semester ANN STOKES, President BARBARA HANSEN, Vice-President MARGARET ANN ALLISON, Secretary BETTYE RANDOLPH, Treasurer PAUL McKAY, Sergeant-at-Arms BETTY HARVEY, Parliamentarian MARY ANN JONES, Student Council Representative Hi Jinx Horizon OFFICERS MRS. MARVIN BLANTON, Advisor MRS. EDWIN TAYLOR, Assistant Advisor Fall Semester MILDRED BLANTON, President JEAN TAYLOR, Vice-President DOROTHY WYLIE, Secretary ALICE DENNIS, Treasurer ADELINE ELAM, Social Chairman WILMA MORRIS, City-Wide Representative JUDY RICE, Student Council Representative Spring Semester MILDRED BLANTON, President JEAN TAYLOR, Vice-President DOROTHY WYLIE, Secretary ALICE DENNIS, Treasurer ADELINE ELAM, Social Chairman WILMA MORRIS, City-Wide Representative JUDY RICE, Student Council Representative LEFT TO RIGHT Hi Jinx Horizon Club is senior branch of Camp Fire Girls .... Any senior high school girl is eligible to ioin organization .... Its purpose is to build character and personality and to develop spirit of teamwork in girls of high school age .... Club presents annual Christmas party December I9 and Valentine party February I4 .... A Truth or Con- sequences quiz is feature at initiation of new mem- bers December I I .... Annual Mistletoe Dance held December I8 .... On March 4, 5, and 6 members visit Camp Ellowi, where they participate in square dances .... In May a luncheon is presented for graduating members. Not IN Pictums First Row: Wilma Morris, Jean Taylor, Judy Rice, Adeline Elam, Alice Dennis, Dorothy Wylie. Carol Ann Black, Barbara Blummer, Nellie Gassman, Di Ann Second Row: Joan Crow, Mildred Blanton, Peggy Phillips, Joan Shugart, Theola Taylor, JoAnn Schenkel, Harriett Vat- Walthall, Billie Monday. SUFES. Page Eighty-nine I A by LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Dorothy Warren, Janet Harris, Benita Ablin, Marilyn Sue Shapiro, Dollie Ball, Ruth Benson, Ethel Silvergold, Etta Jean Brand, Gertrude Fair, Elaine Kessner. Second Row: Marilyn Golman, Idella Coleman, Edith Melnick, Joy Mack, Sue Harmer, Donna Kogan, Freda Gappel- berg, Sondra Marks, Shirley Goldstein, Ethel Schwartz, Hannah Goren. , - sswtmys-,veg Third Row: Belly Tapper, Marion Goldman, Adele Werth Patsy Wester, Lillian Ornish, Rosalee Rachofsky, Doris Smith, Letty Baysinger, Beatrice Marcus, Marilyn Blalt, Helen Rachofsky. Fourth Row: Barbara Beiben, Jean Weaver, Gloria Tucker, Melvalene Kitchens, Kathleen Cummings, Norma Cum- mings, Ruby Watkins, Joanne Jameson, Jean Walker, Miss Willie May Berry. Girls Public Speaking Club Realizing the value of effective and correct speech, interested girls form themselves into Girls Public Speaking Club for those purposes .... Club entertains prospective freshman members at party each semester .... Programs consist of skits, reports on authors and poets, and extemporaneous speeches .... Annual ioint meetings with Standard Debating Society rate 'top spot with members .... At assembly club presents play each spring .... All members are given opportunity to participate in weekly club programs .... Banquet in spring ends year's activities. Page Ninety OFFICERS MISS WILLIE MAY BERRY, Sponsor MISS SARA DAVIDSON, Sponsor Fall Semester RUTH BENSON, President DOLLIE BALL, Vice-President ETHEL SILVERGOLD, Secretary ETTA BRAND, Treasurer MARILYN SHAPIRO, Sergeant-at-Arms BENITA ABLIN, Parliamentarian MARILYN BLATT, Student Council .Representative Spring Semester ELAINE KESSNER, President ETHEL SILVERGOLD, Vice-President GERTRUDE FAIR, Secretary HANNAH GOREN, Treasurer PATSY WESTER, Sergeant-at-Arms RUTH BENSON, Parliamentarian MARILYN GOLMAN, Student Council Representative Y-Teens OFFICERS MISS ANN STOLLENWERCK, Sponsor Fall Semester CHLOE MOUNTZ, President BETTY CHILDRESS, Vice-President BARBARA WICKLIFFE, Secretary JERRY SUE KENNELLY, Treasurer Spring Semester BETTY CHILDRESS, President BARBARA WICKLIFFE, Vice-President NORMA SOUTHERN, Treasurer, Parliamentarian RITA MINSKY, Sergeant-at-Arms ALTUS STRIEGLER, Inter-Club Representative LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Miss Ann Stollenwerck, Cherie Swift, Dorothy War- ren, Rita Minsky, Jerry Sue Kennelly, Chloe Mountz, Barbara Wickliffe, Betty Childress, Patsy Vines, Dianne Mays. Second Row: Shirley Fuller, Beulah Johnson, Sheri Brewer, Frances Barker. Third Row: Patricia Baker, Jane Nichols, Sue Harmer, Jacque- line Robinson, Shirley Cavender, Eloise Ruyle, Wanda Foster. Fourth Row: Jo Ann Schenkel, Betty Ray, Flora Nell Rains, Dorothy Sparks, Barbara Reed, Betty Smith. Fifth Row: Betty Swift, Peggy Dean, Lela Faye Thrasher, Y-Teens is sponscyeclgby YWCA .... Chief obiec- tive of club is to promote gcfodffegling and friend- ship among students. L i3Myeejii1gs'helidcQ1 second and fourth Thursdays of eacvgxogb. . 1-Programs consist of debates, fashion shows, and speeches .... Lively discussions on how to get along withqothers, modern fashion, and current events keep membeis on their toes .... Y-Teeners take part in YWCA activities .... Members give a Sadie Hawkins Day dance in school gym .... Assembly is presented by Aaron Spelling, a former Forester, Bill Slack, and Henry Stollenwerck, Miss Stollenwerck's brother, as guest performers. Norma Southern, Connie Sorrells, Minette Banks. Sixth Row: Minnie Lou Parsons, Jane Harris, Mary Birdsong, Bobbie Nell Williams, Wanda Bawcum, Norma Jean Larr, Holly Long, Pauline Norton, Bettie Winters, Ann Rogers. Seventh Row: Mina Evans, Noma West, Geraldine Wynne, Joyzell Hyde, Joyce Elene Primrose, Angie Lee Todara, Marie Miller. NOT IN PICTURE Jewel Autry, Juanita Brown, June Butler, Nancy Burt, Elsie Foster, Norma Goodman, Jane Harris, Barbara LeDoux, Betty Morgan, Sue Owen, Altus Striegler, Judith Rice, Christina Paulakidas, Martha Striegler. 5 Tl? Page Ninety-one LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: June Partain, Betty Tapper, Ruby Watkins, Mildred Blanton, Josephine Gossman. Second Row: Patsy Lowry, Bette Davis, Louise Goldstein, Georgia Flanagan, Barbara Blummer, Ellen Thurmond. Third Row: Tommie Dell Jones, Martha Williams, Mary Lou White, Joy Mack, Connie Sorrells, Barbara Weaver, Norma Jean Larr, Barbara Clemmons. Fourth Row: Jeanette Swift, Beitye Hawthorne, Betty Swift, Joyzell Hyde. Fifth Row: Miss Ina Roberts, Mrs. D. Ford Butler, Geraldine Wynne, Frances Bryan, Mildred Ball, Harriett Vatsures NOT IN PICTURE Nita Burnett, Adeline Elam, Jo Ann McCuistion, Shirley Thur- mond. Library Assistants Library assistants are carefully selected for reli- ability, willingness to cooperate and help, ability Graduating Staff to get along with people, and outstanding scholastic achievement. . . . Among various duties are check- MILDRED BLANTON ing permits, charging library books and magazines, processing books, aiding students in selecting books, BARBARA CLEMMONS BETTE DAVIS and delivering library permits and call slips .... Scholastic standing is raised because assistants at- tempt to make it easier and more convenient for JOYZELL HYDE students to do their assigned work .... Working in library is regarded as a privilege, and knowledge gained is found an acceptable reward. Page Ninetyatwo Oltice Assistants Office assistants prove asset to Forest Avenue High School because ot their invaluable work in aiding Mr. Whittlesey, Mrs. Brown, Miss Meriwether, and Miss Motfitt .... Office helpers must have fairly high scholastic average, be well thought of by their teachers .... Duties of group includes delivering call slips to pupils, filing, answering telephone, typing, running errands, and doing other general ottice work .... These assistants prove helpful to Miss Meriwether's two secretaries, Mrs. Brady and Mrs. Smith .... Because of their cooperative spirit assist- ants, teachers, and workers in oFFice enioy working together. LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Shirley Goldstein, Edith Melnick, Haroldiene Mc- Devitt, Blanche Kassed, Judy Rice, Jo Ann Curry, Flora Nell Rains, Nancy Paxton, Pauline Pierce, Marlene Rhea. Second Row: Marilyn Golman, Ruth Joy Benson, Beverely Redfeorn. June Fife, Frances Curry, Betty Jo Cook, Bettye Randolph, Shirley Tresenriter, Neta Burnett, Christene Cameron. Graduating Staff MARGARET ALLISON JEAN EBY JANICE FLANAGAN MARION GOLDMAN BETTY LOU HAIRE JOYZELL HYDE BLANCHE KASSED LAVERNE KNIGHT JOAN LEVY FLORA NELL RAINS ODESSA ROBERTS POLLY ROGERS DOLLIE PAT SMITH JANICE TOMPKINS Third Row: Margaret Ann Allison, Betty Lou Haire, Jean Ben- nett, Idella Coleman, Rosalee Rachofsky, Elaine Kessner, Laverne Knight, Janice Tompkins, Freddie Cochran, Molly Rogers, Mary Lou White. Fourth Row: Vivian Brown, Miss Sarah Meriwether, Norma Haley, Macel Fowler, Mrs, Emma Brown, Joan Levy, Miss Joan Moffitt, Dorothy Weltchek, Mrs. Roxie Smith, Mrs. Rilla Brady. Page Ninety-three LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Richard Bedell, Wilma Morris, Jean Taylor, Edith Melnick, Marion Goldman, Wanda Jackson, Joan Levy, Shyrlee Emmett, Judy Rice, Jene Loman, Jackie Watkins, Gene Morrow. Second Row: Marilyn Golman, Joy Mack, Patsy Wester, Han- nah Goren, Polly Rogers, Betty Jo Cook, Bette Davis, Melvalene Kitchens, Carol Black, Jo Ann Schenkel, Ann Stokes, Minette Banks. Third Row: Idella Coleman, Adele Werth, Shirley Ann Tresen- riter, Gloria Denham, Molly Rogers, Jerry Landsberg, Ben Schnitzer, Tom ddo. 'hy Q 1 T nv f Fourth Row: Altus Striegler, Lillian Ornish, Joanne Jameson Anne Moore, Jane Rutland. Fifth Row: Miss Ethel Masters, Lonna Esterson, Larry Schwartz, Billy Thomas, Hollis Fisher, Freddie Time, Ernest Hand, Nathan Friedman. NOT IN PICTURE Wanda Bawcum, Irving Berlin, Earl Bock, Barbara Deaton, Betty Dickerson, Alan Eberstein, Larry Futerfas, Jean Graf, Shannon Griggs, Patrick Haywood, Martha Man- ning, Richard McCarter, M. W. Randolph, Odessa Rob- erts, Irving Schwartz, Damie Stillman, Bill Stokes, Jimmy Tackett, Cleo Tunnell, Emma Jo Tultel, Leonard Woolf. Auclitores Caesaris ,N Auditores Caesaris is an outstanding organiza- tion because of enthusiasm shown by members and sponsor .... Obiect of club is to bring greater knowledge and understanding of history and cus- toms of ancient Rome .... Variety of programs adds sparkle to meetings .... Talent programs, comedy of errors, "Who Am I?" quiz, celebration of VirgiI's birthday are among many outstanding programs. . . . Candy sales are popular with student body. . . . Slave sale, March 8, and annual banquet last Friday in April are highlights of spring activities .... One of the most enioyable programs is Truth or Conse- quences Program, and picnic in May is looked for- ward ,jo by group. Page Ninety-four OFFICERS MISS ETHEL MASTERS, Sponsor MISS SARA DAVIDSON, Co-Sponsor Fall Semester SHYRLEE EMMETT, President JENE LAMAN, Vice-President MARION GOLDMAN, Secretary JUDITH RICE, Treasurer GENE MORROW, Sergeant-at-Arms JACKIE WATKINS, Parliamentarian JOAN LEVY, Student Council Representative Spring Semester BETTE DAVIS, President BETTY COOK, Vice-President ODESSA ROBERTS, Secretary JOAN LEVY, Treasurer JACKIE WATKINS, Sergeant-at-Arms HOLLIS FISHER, Student Council Representative Pan American Student Forum Pan American Student Forum was organized No- vember, I927, by Miss Fletcher Ryan Wickham .... Assembly honors members of Polytechnic football team visiting here from Mexico last tall .... Forum presents assembly April I4 in observance of Pan American Day .... Group attends banquet with Pan American Round Table at Baker Hotel .... Mem- bers take part in first All-City Pan American Student Forum meeting at El Fenix Cafe .... Meetings are held on every other Tuesday with programs in both Spanish and English .... Club sells snack bags to student body in order to earn money to enlarge collection of records for their newly-bought record- MAJ' ing machine. T LEFT to RIGHT ' 'll First Row: Miss Fletcher Wickham, Margaret Ann Allison, Flora Nell Rains, Benito Ablin, Dollie Ball, Helen Rachofsky, Ethel Silvergold, Dorothy Warren, Myron Goldberg, Mar- vin Hoffman. Second Row: Audrey Slider, Lela Faye Thrasher, Cherie Swift, Pauline Pierce, Donna Louise Kogan, Nita Blanton, Made- lyn Cohen, JoAnn Curry, Joe lla Livingston, Etta Jean Brand, Tommie Nell Wright. Third Row: Ethel Schwartz, Frieda Wood, Bettye Hawthorne. OFFICERS MISS FLETCHER R.WICKHAM, Sponsor MISS SARA DAVIDSON, Co-Sponsor Fall Semester LARRY SLAKEY, President DOLLIE BALL, Vice-President BENITA ABLIN, Secretary MYRON GOLDBERG, Treasurer MARGARET ALLISON, Parliamentarian MARVIN HOFFMAN, Sergeant-at-Arms FLORA NELL RAINS, Echo Reporter HELEN RACHOFSKY, Student Council Representative Spring Semester BEN ENGELBERG, President MARTHA JOE STRIEGLER, Vice-President LATRIECE SMITH, Secretary DONNA KOGAN, Treasurer BENITA ABLIN, Treasurer MYRON GOLDBERG, Sergeant-at-Arms Fourth Row: Latriece Smith, Rita Minsky, Ruth Joy Benson, Betty Tapper, Janet Harris, Marilyn Sue Shapiro, Ben Engelberg, J. A. Snow. Fifth Row: Shirley Goldstein, Freda Gappelberg, Martha Joe Striegler, Joyce Lancaster, Shirley Flowers, Shirley Higgs, Elsie Hancock, Patsy Watts, Arley Carter. Sixth Row: Wallace Mann, Raymond Lambert. NOT IN PICTURE Fred Evans, Walter Evans, J. T. Wagliardo, Eunita Wheeler. Page Ninety-five , . LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: A. D. Kleinman, Joyzell Hyde, Gene Culpepper, Barbara Hansen, Gerald Levine. Second Row: Joan Crow, Rose Ellen Barton, Haroldiene Mc- Devill, Jean Walker, Mary Owen, Dan Dawson, Nan Humphrey, Thresa Phillips, Belly Childress, Lela Faye Thrasher, Di Ann Shugarl. Third Row: Peggy Smith, Carol Ann Black, Judy Rice, Jeannine Adams, William Dean Thomas, Joyce Primrose, Richard Deggs, Jacquelyn Keith, Jerry Landsberg. Fourth Row: Berla Bedell, Belly Tapper, Louise Yarborough. Fifth Row: Miss Helen Eckelman, Sue McFaddin, Wanda Chism, Belly Corbett, Blanche Kassed, Myrlis Pierce, Jean Graf, Frances Curry, Jo Ann Curry, Patty Cowell, Margaret Pyles, Shirley Arnold. fs I I 'i' .. 3.4.3 Pl Sixth Row: Belly Harvey, Clara Rulh Chappell, Gloria McCul- loch, Sondra Marks, Rulh Benson, Marlene Rhea, Lillian Ornish, Molly Rogers. Seventh Row: Hannah Garen, Rosalee Rachofsky, Elhel Schwartz, Shirley Goldstein, Holly Long, Elaine Kessner, Freda Gappelberg, Dollie Ball, Belle Davis. Eighth Row: Lollie Jo Helms, Jean Ware, Belly Fullz, Carol Spigel, Edith Melnick, Marion Goldman, Beatrice Marcus. Ninth Row- Joan Levy, Barbara Beiben, Joan Baron, Sandra Jacobson, Gertrude Fair, Vivian Brown, Gloria Tucker. Tenth Row: Ed Clark, Marvin Sigel, Millon Levenlhal, Howard Fefter, Jerry Kalmin, Arley Carler, Unidentified, Unidenli- fied, Unidentified. NOT IN PICTURE Johnny Childress, Harriett Vatsures. Dramatics Club The date i948 marks founding of Dramatics Club by Miss Ruth Ann Hall .... Miss Helen Eckelman, who took over as sponsor after Miss HaII's marriage, plans to present minstrel show and one-act play .... Meetings are held every Thursday .... Programs consist of skits, talent reviews, and other proiects which stress work in speech and drama .... Organi- zation gives dance in gym, with bubble gum for favors .... Group plans to try for membership in National Thespian Society .... In this new club hope runs high and enthusiasm is evident. Page Ninety-six OFFICERS MISS HELEN ECKELMAN, Sponsor Fall Semester A. D. KLEINMAN, President GERALD LEVINE, Vice-President BARBARA HANSEN, Secretary JOYZELL HYDE, Treasurer GENE CULPEPPER, Sergeant-at-Arms EVELYN GOSS, Reporter Spring Semester GERALD LEVINE, President GENE CULPEPPER, Vice-President BETTE DAVIS, Secretary THRESA PHILLIPS, Treasurer HOWARD FEFFER, Sergeant-at-Arms DI ANN SHUGART, Parliamentarian BETTY HARVEY, Student Council Representative Forest Secretarial Club J OFFICERS MISS RUTH FETTERMAN, Sponsor Fall Semester BETTY HARVEY, President BARBA RITA HARMON, Vice-President JEANETTE SMITH, Secretary BARBARA RUSSELL, Treasurer PATSY EARLY, Sergeant-at-Arms BARBARA HANSEN, Student Council Representative Spring Semester ODESSA ROBERTS, President BETTY HARVEY, Vice-President WILMA MORRIS, Secretary POLLY ROGERS, Treasurer NATALIE ELLIOT, Sergeant-at-Arms ALICE DENNIS, Parliamentarian BARBARA RUSSELL, Student Council Representative LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Barbara Hansen, Patsy Early, Jeanette Smith, Barba Rita Harmon, Betty Harvey, Barbara Russell. Prime aims of club are to promote interest in business and secretarial work and to learn office etiquette and business techniques most often prac- ticed .... Discussions on office procedure are highly informative for members .... Organization visits banks and downtown offices to observe manner in which work is carried out by experienced workers in business world .... Christmas party given at home of Odessa Roberts .... Meetings held on alternate Wednesdays .... Club first organized in I946 by group of students interested in secretarial work, with Miss Ruth Fetterman as sponsor .... Only require- ment for membership is interest in this type of work. Polly Rogers, Miss Ruth Fetterman, Odessa Roberts, Frances Curry, Dorothy Weltchek, Macel Fowler, Norma Haley. Second Row: Joan Crow, Wilma Morris, Jean Taylor, Joyce Kirk, Betty Jones, Alice Dennis, Dorothy Wylie, Dorothy Sasse, Betty Ja Cook. Third Row: Virginia Morris, Mary Jay Babbitt, Betty Bierhalter, NOT IN PICTURE Sandra Jacobson, Winnora Sartain, Natalie Elliott, Janice Flanagan. Page Ninety-seven JA. ,, Y , J ' 'W LEFT TO RIGHT Second Row: Paul La Borne, Morton Rudberg, Damie Stillman, Jerry Kalmin, Morty Rcvkind, Alfred Beniamin. First Row: Marvin Sigel, Ari Susman, Jerry Landsberg, Saul NOT IN pIC1-URE Drobnies, Howard Feffer, Irving Schwartz. Melvin Brand, Jerry Fair, Ben Schnitzer. St cl d D b t' S ' t Organized in l9l7, Standard Debating Society aims to teach its members correct torms of speech, to promote debate and other torms of public speak- ing .... lt is one of pioneer organizations ot Forest Avenue High School .... Meetings are held every Wednesday .... Programs include debates, skits, extemporaneous speeches and prepared speeches. .. .Members plan to enter lnterscholastic League Debates .... After joining, many boys become "crack" debaters and orators .... Standard holds annual joint meeting with Girls Public Speaking Club .... lt is a custom of Standard to hold banquet each year at which many alumni and former spon- sors are present. Page Ninety-eight OFFICERS PAUL LA BORNE, Sponsor Fall Semester ALFRED BENJAMIN, President SAUL DROBNIES, Vice-President MELVIN BRAND, Secretary, Treasurer JERRY KALMIN, Sergeant-at-Arms Spring Semester ALFRED BENJAMIN, President SAUL DROBNIES, Vice-President MELVIN BRAND, Secretary, Treasurer JERRY KALMIN, Sergeant-at-Arms Le Cercle Francais OFFICERS PAUL LA BORNE, Sponsor Fall Semester PAT LIVINGSTON, President JERRY FAIR, Vice-President ADELINE ELAM, Secretary GERTRUDE FAIR, Treasurer MILDRED BLANTON, Parliamentarian SONDRA MARKS, Sergeant-at-Arms ADELINE ELAM, Student Council Representative Spring Semester GERTRUDE FAIR, President ADELE BERGER, Vice-President ADELINE ELAM, Secretary MILDRED BLANTON, Treasurer PAT LIVINGSTON, Sergeant-at-Arms JERRY FAIR, Parliamentarian SONDRA MARKS, Echo Reporter Le Cercle Francais is now under the sponsorship of Paul LaBorne, who succeeded Mrs. Zuleika Adam after her resignation .... Group follows schedule to acquaint students with French culture, language, music, literature, arts, and customs .... In order to promote these obiectives, club programs often con- sist of French records, games, and sing songs in that language .... Mass attendance at French movies makes an interesting club project .... Any student who is taking or has taken French is eligible to join this organization .... Domestic and political prob- lems of France and its people often have a part in discussions and programs. LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Jerry Fair, Adeline Elam, Mildred Blanton, Gertrude Second Row: Paul La Borne, Pat Livingston, Gloria Tucker, Fair, Sondra Marks, Dianne Mays. Elaine Kessner, Jackie Bourland, Rosalee Rachofsky. I I Page Ninety-nine rl' .ju ,1.- J. ' 1 l so 2 is ' ,T AQ, ., . Mg' Q 1 T, 352 in lkm N LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Leland Dixon, Don Taylor, Sidney Ashbrook, Pat Livingston, Jess Lamb, Paul McKay, Farrell Thornton, Ronald Fitzgerald, Glenn Bailey, Gene Culpepper. Second Row: Leroy Crabtree, James T. Whittlesey, Sammy Warren, Joe Stubblefield, Bobby Trent, Jack Thompson, Key Key Club of Forest Avenue High School was organized in i948 .... A junior group of Kiwanis Club, it is sponsored by South Dallas Kiwanis Club. . . . Any sophomore, iunior, or senior boy average is eligible for membership .... Purpose of club is to develop initiative and leadership, to pro- vide experience in living and working together, to Lloyd Turner, Marvin Greenberg, Robert Crenshaw. Third Row: Joe A. Wilson, Milton Leventhal, Jackie Watkins, Charles Boone, Dan Dawson, Gene Stockdale, Pat Ferrell, Jack Knight, Jay Beck. NOT lN PICTURE Billie Ray Baker, Ralph Reynolds. Club OFFICERS JAMES T. WHITTLESEY, Sponsor LEROY N. CRABTREE, Sponsor with C C Fall Semester LELAND DIXON, President GENE CULPEPPER, Vice-President LARRY SLAKEY, Secretary PAT FERRELL, Treasurer serve school and community in any way it is able, to cooperate with principal of school, and to pre- pare boys for useful citizenship .... Key Club oper- ates cloak room for boys .... Presents "sock hop" dance March ll. Page One! Hundred ,mg , 7, Spring Semester GENE CULPEPPER, President SAMMY WARREN, Vice-President GLENN BAILEY, Secretary PAT FERRELL, Treasurer Cinema Club OFFICERS MISS MINNIE BROWN, Sponsor Fall Semester BOBBY HOPPER, President ROBERT JOHNSON, Vice-President ROBERT HIXSON, Secretary ROBERT JONES, Treasurer EDWARD ROBINSON, Sergeant-at-Arms JACK THOMPSON, Parliamentarian Spring Semester EDWARD ROBINSON, President CHARLES COOK, Vice-President ROBERT JOHNSON, Secretary RONALD FITZGERALD, Treasurer ROBERT JOHNSON, Sergeant-at-Arms JOHN BAUMGARDNER, Parliamentarian LEFT TO RIGHT Members of Cinema Club operate machines for showing of films to numerous departments of school. ...Demonstrations ot best techniques in showing of tilms are passed on to new operators .... Club is proud of facilities available to school in new Visual Education Room-made possible by director of Visual Education in Dallas, H. W. Embry .... Proiectionists make elifort to render best possible service in making Visual Education an essential part of school work as well as contributing to assembly, club, and classroom programs .... Among pictures most enioyed were "Treasure Island," "Winning Our Independence," "Marc Antony," and "Proof of the Pudding." NOT IN PICTURE First Row: Robert Hixson, Charles Schwarz, John Brannam, Jack Thgmpgonl Llgyd Turner, Robert Johnson. Herbert Baumgartner, Jack Beasley, John Brannow, Charles Second Row: Miss Minnie Brown, Edward Robinson, Robert Clark, Robney Fitzgefdld, Paul HGCIKISY, Bobby HOPPSY, Jones, Charles Clark, Roger Wear, Charlie Coley. Bobby Kelley, Charles Powell. Q, " .L Page One Hundred One LEFT TO RIGHT Firsf Row: Charles DiFfee, Bobby Nelson, Dan Hulse, C. B. Dis- Second Row: Arley Carler, Johnny Childress, Jimmie Logan man, Hubert Parrell, Billy Gilliland, Jack Thompson, John Tankursley, Roland Ball, Gerald Levine, Sid Pilol. Gene Culpepper. The Cooks Firsl Row: Aubrey Churchwell, Kennelh Rigler, Hollis Fisher, Terry Anderson, Bobby Weaver. Melvin Dean Cohen, Roy Hall, J. C. Vick, James Harris. Third Row: Miss Willie May Berry, Pal Ferrell, Gene Stockdale Second Row: Joe Slubblefield, Charles Coley, Roger Wear, Donald Beach, Roland Hill, A. D, Kleinman. Page Ons Hundred Two BLUE RIBBON CHEFS MILTON LEVENTHAL Chief Cook BILLY THOMAS Muffin Man ROBERT JOHNSON Sister of the Skillet JENE LAMAN First Assistant JACKIE WATKINS Second Assistant WALTER STONEHAM Pie Maker CORTEZ FULSOM Cookie Cutter MARVIN GREENBERG Dish Rag Hanger RALPH REYNOLDS Stove Lighter EDWARD ROBINSON Water Boiler LEFT First Row: Miss Willie May Imhoof, William Hand, off, Stanley Woodruff, Watkins, David Davis, James C. Koonce. Second Row: Leroy Kirkham, Jack Jones, Weldon Watson, Ralph Glen Reynolds, Travis Tolly, Robert Crenshaw, Charles Mercer, Rudy Overman. Third Row: Milton Leventhal, Bobby Fulsom, Walter Stoneham, , The Cooks Two classes each semester comprise The Cooks, boys enrolled in Miss Berry's Home Economics classes .... Forest is only school in Dallas that offers such a course .... Boys' H. E. first offered in 1943. . . . Students learn fundamentals of cooking, bak- ing, etiquette, house planning, nutrition, meal plan- ning, and home life .... Phase of course most en- joyed is actualprocess of cooking and eating .... One of spring classes is studying under supervision of another male, James Koontz, a home economics major at SMU, doing his practice teaching at Forest. . . .Class members show interest and enthusiasm toward their newly acquired culinary art. TO RIGHT Berry, Bobby Hopper, Jimmy Lee Elkins. Fourth Row: Bill Scherzer, Jack Chandler, Sammy Warren, Morton Moriarty, Lindle Barker, James Sutton, Richard Degges, Bill Risener, Bill Cowling, Bob Hodges. Fifth Row: Jene Laman, T. J. Bowen, Farrell Thornton. NOT IN PICTURE Alfred Beniamin, Harold Bridges, Marvin Greenberg, Robert Johnson, Raymond Morris, Edward Robinson. Jay Beck, Billy Thomas, Carl Skibell, Olen Rowe, Harold Clarence Abramson, Phillip Aron- Jack Ogden, Alvin Kahn, Jackie Page One Hundred Three 4 'fF'L: l 'ACR LEFT TO RIGHT Eugene Mitchell, Thomas Ray White, Wallace Mann Lewis Cantrell. Warner Willingham. First Row: Jakie Floyd, Willard Scribner, Don Everett, Billy Third Row: Ralph Smith, Douglas Charba, Marvin Delano Thompson, Ralph Pyle, Billy Brady. Gerald Marshall, Roland Ball, Jimmy Hollon Richard Second Row: Miss Louise Wilcox, Willie Glen Flowers, James McCarter. Boys Chorus Musically inclined boys form Boys Chorus .... Group sings at Open House Program, Christmas Music Assembly, and Spring Festival of Music .... Soloists from Chorus sing for Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation and South Dallas Kiwanis Club meetings at various times during year .... A number of boys are promoted to A Cappella Choir at mid-term, while new members enroll in their places .... Those pro- moted to A Cappella are Roland Ball, Bill Brady, James Mitchell, and Ralph Pyle .... Ed Clark wins a first place position in annual solo contest of Dallas high schools. J Page One Hundred Four Director MISS LOUISE WILCOX Secretary LEWIS CANTRELL First-Place Winner Soloist Division ED CLARK 1 Concert Bancl Under direction of Colonel John Marshall, Concert Director JOHN MARSHALL Band plays at football games and pep rallies .... With help of South Dallas Kiwanis Club, green and white uniforms are bought for all band members. Graduating Seniors CLARENCE ABRAMSON ...Band sponsors Homecoming Day in fall and plans to continue doing so in future .... Band pre- sents several assemblies. . . .Members play for ALFRED BENJAMIN Woodrow Wilson, Brown, Hassell, and Silberstein HAROLD ELKINS LEROY KIRKHAM schools .... With fifty-three active members band functions all year .... Rehearsals are held before school .... Group plays at Open House and at Mu- SIDNEY PILOT sical Festival .... Band gives special assembly at Woodrow Wilson March l8. LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Leroy Kirkham, Jean Walker, Jean Graf, Jerry Coley, Nathan Friedman, Donald Shotwell, Jerry Fair, Arthur Friedman. Second Row: Marvin Greenberg, Harold Elkins, Paul Black, Martha Joe Striegler, Dollie Ball, Melvin Brand, Paul Juhlin, Alfred Beniamin, Robert Benton, Loran Dunn, Har- rell Kitchens, Elsie Hancock, Altus Striegler, Carl Skibell. Third Row: Morton Rudberg, Marvin Cody, Charles Powell, Charlcye Berry, Alvin Gamel, Fred Time, Wayne Nance, Roland Ball, Ed Clark, Charles Keaton, Earl Stewart, Leroy Mathews, Tommy Runnels, Robert Biesel, Sid Pilot, Jack Smith, Tommy Oddo, Clarence Abramson. Fourth Row: David Mitchell, Douglas Gilley, Jerry Landsberg, W. O. Scherzer, Unidentified, Marvin Sigel, Irving Schwartz, Colonel John Marshall, Bob White, Larry Futer- fus, Joan Crow, Di Ann Shugart, Adeline Elam, Tommy Nell Wright, Shirley Fuller. Page One Hundred Five LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Joyce Smith, Jean Dement, Peggy Smith, Joyce Lan- caster, Barbara McCool, Joanne Jameson, Patsy Gurley Marie Shawhean. Second Row: Helen Ayers, Sue Harmer, Joyce Killingsworth Mary Kline, Dorothy Nix, Dorothy Wright, Mary Knott. Third Row: Bennie Lou Hook, Barbara Ann Lee, Gloria Tucker, Holly Long, Minette Banks, Anna Crandall, Venita Jones Fourth Row: Billy Barnes, Donald Hammons, Don Everett A Cappella A Cappella Choir is an inspirational force for 4 Johnny Childress, Walter Skinner, Richard McCarter, Miss louise Wilcox. Fifth Row: Marvin De Lano, Billy Brady, Johnny McGarity, Roland Ball, Travis Talley, Leon Chambers, Betty Jeane Mann. NOT IN PICTURE Joe Cannon, Fred Evans, Virginia Gilliland, James Mitchell, Ralph Pyle, Clem Rogers, Margaret Thompson. Choir entire school .... Under direction of Miss Louise Wilcox, group sings for Parent-Teacher Association meetings, Texas History Club assembly, Open House during Education Week, and Homecoming Show .... Choir presents outstanding Christmas program, when ex-Foresters return to sing with A Cappella on its most important activity during year .... At concert presented by music students choir is featured .... Group participates in Red Cross program at Lisbon Hospital .... Selected music students comprise A Cappella Choir .... Group sings on Radio Frolics over WFAA February 26. Page One Hundred Six Director MISS LOUISE WILCOX President JOE CANNON Secretary BILLY BARNES Pianist WALTER SKINNER First-Place Winners Soloist Division ROLAND BALL JOHNNY MCGARITY Girls Chorus Director MISS LOUISE WILCOX Secretary MARGIE WRIGHT Accompanist BENNIE LOU HOOK Student Council Representative HOLLY LONG Second-Class Winners Soloist Division ANNA CRANDALL SILVER GRAF BEVERLY MAY JANIS PHILLIPS ROSALIE SKIBELL ANITA WOFFORD LEFT TO RIGHT First Raw: Ednaiim Smith, Shirley Arnold, Shirley Ernest, Cherie Swift, Patsy Gurley, Margaret Thompson, Eliz abeth Jean Baker, Nancy Pearl Randall, Jo Ann Curry. Second Row: Paula Shelton, Fannie Bell Eads, Margaret Pyles, Mary Whisenhunt, Betty Jean Davidson, Freta Parks Madelyn Cohen, Minette Banks. Third Row: Dorothy Wright, Noma West, Charlyne Shields .lo Ann Shannon, Marilyn Stoneham, Wanda Wallace, Shirley Kitson, Holly Long, Martha Jean Watson. Students interested in music find an opportunity for development of their voices in ioining Girls Chorus .... Group entertains Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation and sings for Open House on November 12. . . .Organization gains much through hearing rec- ords of famous singers and choirs .... Girls in chorus classes are taught facts important in musical field, such as how to breathe, pronounce words, stand erect while singing, and have poise on stage .... Many members of A Cappella Choir are chosen from this group of enthusiastic girls .... This voice training is helpful to students who continue voice study. Fourth Row: Helen Weaver, Cynthia Barr, Patsy Thompson, Norma Billingsley, Margie Wright, Marie Miller, Coleen Rosinsky, Miss Louise Wilcox. Fifth Row: Anna Crandall, Bennie Lou Hook, Wanda Bawcum, Helen Ayers, Donna Kogan, Frances Barker, Melba Hackett, Audie Rodgers. Sixth Row: Karen Kell, Betty Jeane Mann, Barbara Lee, Joanne Dance, Bobbie Ruth Melton, Shirley Ann Spearman, Wanda Jean Wingert. Page One Hundred Seven -w LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: E. E. Lawrence, William E. Perry, James T. Whittle- Second Row: L. H. Schwetke, Harry Shay, Hubert M. Parrett, sey, W. E. Wesch. L. N. Crabtree. Dads Club Forest Avenue High Dads Club is organization of fathers of Forest students .... These fathers work to make improvements in school for their children .... Regular meetings are held on third Monday night of every month in school auditorium .... Group is en- deavoring to secure definite plans for Junior High for South Dallas .... With help of Dads Club band secures long-sought uniforms .... One important ob- iective of organization is to bring father and son closer together with common interests .... Hard work of group is much appreciated by students of Forest, teachers, and community as a whole. Page One Hundred Eight DAN O, HULSE, Corresponding Secretary OFFICERS Fall Semester WILLIAM E. PERRY, President JACK SAUCIER, Programs W. E. WESCH, Membership HARRY SHAY, Finance, Entertainment H. PARRETT, Athletics L. L. HIEGEL, Improvements, Welfare E, E. LAWRENCE, Secretary DAN O. HULSE, Corresponding Secretary Spring Semester WILLIAM E. PERRY, President JACK SAUCIER, Programs W. E. WESCH, Membership HARRY SHAY, Finance, Entertainment H. PARRETT, Athletics L. L. HIEGEL, Improvements, Welfare E. E. LAWRENCE, Secretary o o 4 Parent-Teacher Association This year Parent-Teacher Association proudly points to a record membership, the largest since its OFFICERS MRS. H. H. DOYLE, President MRS. SAM HOFFMAN, Vice-President MRS. IRVING FUTERFAS, Vice-President MRS. MAX P. COHEN, Vice-President MRS. CLYDE DAVIS, Vice-President MRS. H. C. WALKER, Vice-President MRS. L. H. SCHWETKE, Vice-President MRS. M. SCHNITZER, Vice-President MRS. J. ARONOFF, Recording Secretary MRS. MRS. MORRIS GOLDMAN, Treasurer E. J. HEIMANN, Corresponding Secretary MRS. JULIUS SCHWARTZ, Historian MRS. ALLEN REED, Parliamentarian LEFT TO RIGHT First Row: Mrs, L. K. Lawrence, Mrs. Earl Roe, Mrs. Howard Mims, Mrs. E. J. Heimann, Mrs. Irving Futerfas, Mrs. H. H. Doyle, Mrs. David Goldstein, Mrs. Sam Hoffman, Mrs. J. H. Lamb. Second Row: Mrs. Jesse Fultz, Mrs. Julius Schwartz, Mrs. A. E. McGee, Mrs. John W. Jordan, Mrs. Roy L. Brown, Mrs. Clyde G. Davis, Miss Sarah Meriwether. Third Row: Mrs. B. B. Boland, Mrs. H. F. Hickey, Mrs. H. L. Bourlond, Mrs. D. R. White, Mrs. J. B. Thomas. organization in l9l6 .... This year's theme is "Eval- uation of the Home.". . . Organization gives S150 scholarship to a worthy student .... Pay assembly is presented February 24 to raise money for scholar- ship .... A life membership is given to Mrs. Irving Futerfas .... Association contributes to various wel- fare organizations .... PTA honors January gradua- tion class with dinner in lunchroom .... Regular meetings, which include interesting talks and pro- grams, held on second Thursday of each month .... Parent-Teacher Association serves to bring home, school, and community into closer relationship. Fourth Row: Mrs. A. E. Stockdale, Mrs. Harry J. Shapiro, Mrs. J. D. Coley, Mrs. Morris Goldman, Mrs. J. P. Norton, Mrs. J. J. Rotrekl, Mrs. B. E. Thomas, Mrs. F. Melnick. Fifth Row: Mrs. M. J. Brand, Mrs. Meyer Rachofsky, Mrs. M. Schnitzer, Mrs. James T. Whittlesey, Mrs. O. G. Hancock, Mrs. W. A. Higgs, Mrs. J. W. Dance, Mrs. Joseph Aronoft. Sixth Row: Mrs. E. Pilot, Mrs. Violet McConnell, Mrs. A. G. Tucker, Mrs. H. C. Walker, Mrs. L. H. Schwetke, Mrs. Ralph Cowell, Mrs. Max P. Cohen. , ..,.,. HQ K ,H , FT 1 W is sasfse g fr 3. Page One Hundred Nine T' iii' LEFT TO RIGHT Marie Buchanan, Sandra Jacobson, Joye Ramsey. Firt Row: Gene Culpepper, Barbara WickliHe, Jack Thomp- Third Rowf DUN l'lUl5e, BlllY Gilliland: ROSU 'Hflflf Vlfglnlc son, Beny Hmveyl Olen Rowe, Beny Childress, Lloyd Barnes Albert S. Johnston, Arvnna Shindoll, Gerald -furnen Barbara Beiben. Lev J tte Smith, Carl Skibell, Barbara Moore. Second Raw: Barbara Hansen, Frances Curry, Nan H phrey, NOT IN PICTURE Evelyn Engelberg, Ruby Carpenter, Joyce EI P e, D H Forest Echo Start DOROTHY WELTCHEK . NORMA HALEY . . MACEL FOWLER , MARVIN GREENBERG . BILLY McPEAK .... CLARENCE ABRAMSON . GEORGENE MOORE . CHARLOTTE COWEN . CHLOE MOUNTZ . . OLEN ROWE . . . ALBERT S. JOHNSTON . Page One Hundred Ten FALL SEMESTER . . . . . . .Editor-in-Chief . . News Editor . Feature Editor . . . Sports Editor . Assistant Sports Editor . . . Military Editor . . . Club Editor . Business Manager . . . . . . . . . Exchange . Photographer, Advertising Manager .........Sponsor Forest Echo Stott , SPRING SEMESTER BETTY HARVEY . . Editor-in-Chief LLOYD TURNER . . News Editor BETTY CHILDRESS . . Feature Editor JACK THOMPSON . . . . . Sports Editor BARBARA WICKLIFFE . . . Assistant Sports Editor BILLY GILLILAND . . Assistant Sports Editor BARBARA BEIBEN . . . Club News Editor CARL SKIBELL . . . Military Editor OLEN ROWE .... . Advertising Manager ALBERT S. JOHNSTON . .... Sponsor F' f R M I G LEIZI' LO Alilel-:TF ! N H I secnnjl niwfCiln1en'CnCAbfnmZn.: ,fiorgkene Moore, Chloe ,fs nw, nnnn reen er , one nw er, 0 y nun 1, nm e owen, 0 C eo . Dorothy Weltchek, Olen Rowe. Third Row: Albert s. Johnston, Dan Hulse. Page One Hundred Eleven LEFT TO RIGHT Third Row: Nathan Friedman, W. Leo Dennis, Harvey Lerer First Row: Billie Jo Haney, Maurine Whalen, Dan Hulse, Hannah Goren, Vivian Brown, Edith Melnick, Joye Dorisene Hogue, Olen Rowe, Odessa Roberts, Polly Ramsey, Jay Beck. Rogers, Beatrice Marcus, Martha Manning, Joyce Myers. Fourth Row: Shirley Rae Cavender, Wanda Foster, Dorothy Second Row: Jesse Gadd, Bobby Hopper, Jeanette Smith, Warren, Morton Rudberg, Tommy Oddo, Joanne Jame Hallie Fisher, Vonnoy Chance, Gene Morrow, Damie son, Margaret Ann Allison, Kathleen Cummings, Flora Stillman, Carol Ann Black, Betty Fultz. Nell Rains, Harriett Vatsures. Forester Annual Stall Odessa Roberts Ann Stokes Co-Editors Margaret Ann Allison Jay Beck Paul McKay Art Editor Harriett Vatsures Assistant Art Editor Vonnoy Chance Nathan Friedman Billie Jo Haney Morton Rudberg Barbara Russell Jeanette Smith Maurine Whalen Typists Harvey Lerer Bobby Hopper James Harris Advertising Salesmen Page One Hundred Twelve Olen Rowe Business Manager Dorisene Hogue Joyce Myers Office Managers Nadine Jones Beatrice Marcus Assistant Editors Carol Ann Black Feature Editor Roland Hill Cartoonist Hannah Goren Blanche Kassed Joanne Jameson Joan Levy Martha Manning Edith Melnick X'Vilma Morris Tommy Oddo Otis Straughan Jean Taylor Dorothy Warren Editorial Assistants Norma Billingsley Vivian Brown Shirley Cavender Barbara Clemmons W. Leo Dennis Hollis Fisher Wanda Foster Jesse Gadd Peggy Phillips Flora Nell Rains Collectors Gene Morrow Managing Editor Joye Ramsey Polly Rogers Damie Stillman Sports Editor Dan Hulse Photographer Bliss McManus Art Advisor H. B. 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E'I,""""5"qf-92' I m i' 5-Q71 'af-3f.' ' " I-' . l 'VM "-!Jt.:.-1-JQ,f,,,,l I., - 'af x 4.440 - ,w ,- ' - 1. 1' -- ' H' 'f- .1 J .sm-.'fa--1i':-L-i' 'fi .- -f ' ' ' in wx '-7'-H ' 5242951 ori fed JOYCE PRIMROSE Foreste Elecied by Popu PEGGY SMITH BETTE DAVIS -favorites ote of Student Body GENE CULPEPPER PAT KELLEY JACKIE WATKINS ,1-1 ev..-rf' ff. I I I Who's Who COUNTER CLOCKWISE O Beatrice Marcus, city first-place winner in individual performance in one-act play, Blanche Kassed, second-place Ready Writer winner, and third-place winner in declama- tion, Barbara Beiben, first-place winner in Interpretative Reading, Gene Culpepper and Jimmy Hollon, performers on Radio Frolics. Beatrice and Barbara had parts in the lnterscholastic League one-act play. O Odessa Roberts and Marion Goldman, second-place winners in the city lnterscholas- tic League Spelling Contest. O Clarence Abramson, drum major. O Marvin Sigel, winner of Dallas Symphony Art Contest. O Norma Haley, Dorothy Weltchek and Macel Fowler, charter members of Quill and Scroll, and editors of the fall '48 Echo, which received an All-American Rating from the NSPL. I Some of Miss Wilcox's stu- dents who won the solo ensemble contest: first row: Janis Phillips, Holly Long, second row: Beverly Mays, Anita Wottard, Anna Crandall, third row: Johnny McGarity, Wal- ter Skinner. O Roland Hill, Harriet Vat- sures and Hubert Parrett-key winners in the National Scholastic Art Contest. Q Betty Harvey, editor-in-chief, and Lloyd Turner, news editor, of the Echo, spring se- mester. O .lack Ogden, Billy Dean Thomas and Ralph Reynolds, co-captains of the '48 football team. On 'che Campus CLOCKWISE Q Gene Stockdale, Macel Fowler, Paul Mc- Kay, officers of the January '49 Class. O Gene Culpepper and Jackie Watkins, ofticers of June '49 Class with Mr. Mitchell, sponsor of the January and June classes. Paul was art editor ofthe yearbook in '48 and '49, and Gene was cheerleader. I Jay Beck, Colonel of ROTC cadet corps, is also an assistant editor of the Forester. I Jack Knight, Student Council president, is shown as he helps entertain the Mexico City guests. O Pat Kelley, popular All- City high-point basketball man, with Mr. Frey, basketball coach, in the inset. Q Lloyd Turner and Jack Thompson, two of the boys selected by Miss Minnie Brown to show visual education films. Both are also Echo editors. Q Evelyn Goss, Homecoming Queen, and her princesses, Peggy Smith, Wanda Schroth and Joyce Primrose, shown as they are pre- sented to the public in a special ceremony at the Forest-Sunset game. Evelyn and Joyce were cheerleaders in '48 and '49, I Bea- trice Marcus, an assistant editor of the For- ester, and Ann Stokes, co-editor, are shown as they take time out while they proofread "Clubs." arisen- Mmttmww ffm Bw Training on the Job First Row: Loretta Pearce, creditor, Titche-Goettinger . . .Miss Mary Ann Nugent, Forest Avenue High School coorc nator . . . Patricia Baker, sales clerk, Mangel's . . . Melba Floyd, notions department, S. H. Kress Company. . . Secoi Row: Wanda Hales, switchboard's mail, Mayfair...Billie Jean Merriman, creditor, Sears Roebuck, Lamar Street. Janice Allbright, thrift booth, Sanger Brothers . . .Betty Jo Hanks, cashier, Sally Ann Shop. . . Third Row: Mary Franc: Shelton, wrapping and delivery department, Titche-Goettinger . . . Bobbie Steadman, sales clerk, Woolworth's . . . Mell Baker, billing and credit, Magnolia Seed Company... Laura Embry, cashier, Grayson's. Page One Hundred Twenty ""'-5 With the D. E. Students - .V 'st Row: Doris Henson, stock and display, drapery department, W. A. Green's . . . Maureen Moriarty, sales clerk, Wool- :rth's . . . Verabelle Perry, Green Room, shoe department, Volk Brothers . . .Nancy Burt, sales clerk, Mangel's . . . 'cond Row: Jerry Sue Kennelly, switchboard, Magnolia Seed Company.. .Frieda Jaynes, order clerk, Story Electric impany . . . Shirley Shay, receptionist, Dallas Teachers' Credit Union . . . Billie Monday, cashier, sales clerk, Dan Cohen oe Store. . .Third Row: Marilyn Miller, sales clerk, Colonial Pharmacy. . . Calvin Thompson, inspector, Sanger Broth- s . . .Jack Knight, warehouse, Oliver Corporation . . . Jackie Bourland, inspector, Films, Incorporated . . .Fourth Row: an Woodside, credit ofitice, Titche-Goettinger . . . Eloise Kelley, credit ofifice, Volk Brothers . . . Paul Juhlin, warehouse, iynes Sheet Metal Company.. . Patricia Reece, lay-away department, Mangel's. Page One Hundred Twenty-one z. Q it 'l First Row: That's President Truman behind Harvey Lerer . . .Morton Moriarty right in there after C. B. Disman . . .Jac Ogden, Ralph Reynolds, and Pat Ferrell, Forest's all-city 'football stars ...Second Row: Jean Bennett and her dog ius can't seem to get enough of that snow. . . Larry Futerfus, Melvin Weinberg, and Larry Schwartz loating at Camp Dalla . . .Peggy Smith and the Forest Swing Band . . .Third Row: Foresters and tire truck participate in big parade honorin- Mexico City team . . . ROTC boys on the march at Camp Dallas . . . Mr, Johnston giving Barbara Moore instructions con cerning the Echo. . .Fourth Row: Miss Meriwether, Miss Wickham, and Joyce Primrose help entertain Mexico City tean at lunch . . . Fifth Row: Hold that line, boys! . . . "This is the way," says Coach Mattingly to Norman Higgs . . . Straightel that line, Billy Don Taylor.. .Felix Garcia speaking on assembly honoring Mexico City team, with Larry Slakey, master o ceremonies, looking on . . .Jeanette Smith and Hollis Fisher checking annual copy. Page One Hundred Twenty-two E 5 3 R S s f z 1 E 1 iz QD en'v""" .J""" qnqgfl nfffrvwm 977' it Row: Altus Striegler all dressed up in her new band uniform .. .Harmon Simes, Johnny Lee Painter, Mr. Beaudry, :J Charles Powell discussing a wood shop process . . . Ethel Silvergold and Janet Harris throwing snowballs . . . Second w: Robert Crenshaw, Audie Rogers, and Paul Davenport saving their money at the fair . . . Mr. Whittlesey, Mr. Crab- e, Mr. Garcia, and Angel Cano, Dallas Mexican Consul, on assembly for Mexican team . . .Third Row: Those two llflowers are Jean Dement and Joe Combs at the January senior prom . . . Mr. Yates distributing 1948 Foresters, while the foreground facing the camera is Marie Shawheen with her new yearbook. .. Dollie Pat Smith and Doris Jean l l oson must have popped a corny! ...Fourth Row: At the microphone is Angela Cano. . .Helen Rachofsky, Natalie lott, Betty Jones, and Jackie Watkins studying in Mr. White's Physics 2 class . . .Travis Tolley, standing, as a group of llas Historical member present a play at a club meetng . . .Under the mask is Billy Dean Thomas, with Carl Stone lmiring this new look. . .Jack Ogden and Nellie Gassman at the January senior prom, evidently not bored with it all. i Page One Hundred Twenty-three i l A l 5 E 'E 'Q E is Q Q z.ff - e., First Row: Miss Drake in a still shot from one of the commercial movies she modeled for in Hollywood last summer . .. A. Wilson and Evelyn Rogers dancing at the January senior prom . . . Sergeant Padgett and Captain Norwood watc the cadets drill . . . Morton Rudberg looking for a book in the school library. . .Second Row: Dorisene Hogue, are loafing again? . . . Billy Degen and Hubert Parrett returning home from a hard week at football camp.. .Third I Haroldiene McDevitt getting a one-way ride from Gene Stockdale and Felix Mudd while Patsy Lowry looks on scene from "Ever Since Eve" . . .Carol Ann Black, Ralph Reynolds, Tommie Nell Wright, and Charles Coley sit this 'Out at the January senior prom . . . Richard Degges, Billy Cowling, Kenneth Smith, and Ronald Oesch taking it easf the campus . . .Fourth Row: Cheers for the Lions' '48 baseball team . . .Barbara Le Doux, Betty Ruth Davidson, and A Owen pose for the April Fool edition of the Echo . . . Billy Risener watches the P. E. boys work out. Page One Hundred Twenty-four fs , WVR , f J "'Q,k5 it .C ' Row: Peggy Smith, looking the situation over . . .Glenn Starks, one of the Forest Beauties! . . .Buddy Davis, Robert us, Fred Evans, Gene Morrow, Roy Heck, and Leon DeArment in Miss Clark's English 5 class, reciting memory work lroups . . .Cheerleaders Gene Culpepper and Evelyn Goss at the Woodrow game. . .Second Row: Jimmy West in nd shop. ..Mr. Shepard, Miss Roberts, Miss Harrington, Mr. White, and Mr. Goodman having morning coftee in llunchroom . . . Marvin "Hot Drums" Sigel plays with the Swing Band . . .Third Row: Gene Dunn taking Juanita Brown a ride. . .Jerry Landsberg selling candy for the Latin Club. . .Carol Ann Black and Harriett Vatsures eating Janice n's apple at the fair . . . Janice Allen, Joan Crow, Harriett Vatsures, Carol Ann Black, and Patsy Fender, "tired of l" on high school day at the fair . . . Fourth Row: Time out with Audie Rogers at the fair . . . Charles "Pick lt 0ut'f ig . . . Damie Stillman, Billy Don Taylor, Charles Dififee, and Charles Clark, looking over their Geometry 3 grades.. . man Luterman, Hahme Gappleburg, and Arthur Ungerman listening to President Truman's Dallas campaign speech ebel Stadium. Page One Hundred Twenty-five All Hands on Deck! - Sept. 15---At 5:15 P.M. 1,115 weary Foresters trudge home, remembering that vacation is only nine months away...Notice that fresh paint job on first floor and basement? New shops, too, and visual education room. 15 , Sept. 17---At first assembly, eight new teachers and new nurse introduced. 0 1 Sept. 22---Romeo, Romeo! Ninety-two future Thespians organize Dramatics Club. 0 X Sept. 24---Pep Assembly...Former Forester, Billy . ' Jack Saucier, plays favorite, "Listen to the Mockingbird." Sept. 28---Team from Polytechnic Junior College of 5NRoLLMENf Mexico City visits school...Forest band playsg Mexican consul and team speak. Oct. l---Pre-game ceremony honoring Mexican dig- ? nitaries...January '49 Class sponsors dance in beautifully decorated gym to honor Mexican team... with new 1 look distributed. e' t Oct. 12---Sergeant Edward Crider presented Belgium's SN. Croix de Guerre at ceremony on campus. -SX Oct. 15---Tea in library to honor retired teachers, X 'Q Mrs. Elizabeth Bagley and Miss Pearl Matthews, and UMM WM, Forest's new teachers. He's wearing a new ROTC uniform issued today Oct. 19---See that cute boy walking down the hall? Oct. 20---Forest mourns death of Miss Margaret QW Brewer, mathematics teacher here since 1929. " f Oct. 22---Holiday fun! High School Day at Fair. as 'sq Oct. 26---Lions take long way home on first report C ...LQ-AQA4' card day. V B Oct. 29---Homecoming queen, Evelyn Goss, crowned Q ff at show honoring ex-Lions. .h . 'lla Nov. 12---Just think, school at night! Parents 7 attend open house to visit teachers and classes at work. , fl ' Nov. 17-Smile, please, Club pictures for Forester - I 'YI' today. A ' A Nov. 19---National Honor Society initiates twelve ' T' Q 'gg top-ranking students...Jay Beck named head of Forest 1 i 5 cadets. Q4 ii Nov. 24---Comic Zus Levine stages assembly... M' a ' School dismissed early for Thanksgiving. QVQ'-,,,-Q., Dec. 3---B-Q wins All-Texas Honor Rating from Texas High School Press Association. Dec. 16---"Ever Since Eve," senior play, presented. Dec. 17---Christmas assembly by Music Department. Jan. l---"Resolved to grow taller, to be smarter, XXXWWWWL. to graduate, to get more sleep." Jan. 3---Lions sleepily return to school on first school day of year. Jan. 5---Yea, Lions! Pep assembly as Lions open city series basketball. Jan. 12---Paging Mr. Powers! Introducing Posture pfp ASSEMBL Final Winners: Norma McFaddin, Beatrice Marcus, and Patty Cowell. X X - XQX All Hands on Deck! . Jan. 17---Cheers for Jan. 18---Haroldiene Echo Sweethearts...Dorothy chief, awarded NOscarn for Dorothy, Macel Fowler, and that tall celebrity, Pat - McDevitt and Roy Hall elected Weltchek, Qghgls editor-in- achievement in journalism.:. Norma Haley are charter Quill and Scroll Society, A Q Kelley! He's leading scorer in city basketball. members of newly organized honorary journalism society. Jan. 19---Aaron Spelling and group from SMU on I-Teen assembly keep Foresters laughing. A Jan. 24---Late to bed, early to rise: Mid-term , . 7553.551 21---Senior Day Program...Instructors Mitchell, Q' 43 J' ' llattingly, and Boulton serve as willing my participants. ? ,W ' c 19 ' 5-mg, ' 1 ii-11 51---Lions, thankful for Eskimo weather, ' " dismissed from school, unaware that April 23 they'll trek Jan. exams. Jan. , I THMi?Xt to school on Saturday. gn assembly. " fl we ,X 4 . Mr. Beaudry. Forester Favorites. Feb. 1---Wonder where those two went? 1,115 Lions enroll for spring term--that's 2 less than last fall. Feb. 14---nTucker's Cornshuckersu highlight pep Feb. 9---Sunset's Beau Jesters wow Lions at assembly...Forest Swing Band plays with new addition, Feb. 16---Suspense reigns as students elect 49 Feb. 25--Swing Band, hillbilly band, and Louise Yarborough featured on PTA assembly...Johnny CBashful Boyj Childress and Blanche CHubba, Hubbaj Kassed are hits in clever skit. Feb. 25--Brotherhood Week climaxed by speakers with jokes and serious March 2--Independence Day assembly by Texas History Club. March 4---Lamar Jr. College entertains Foresters A M with choir and imitations..."stink Pots" and "spike l F '9 ff Jones" standouts. 44 ' s::'nl P ' March 5---Twenty musical Foresters participate in ' solo and ensemble contest at Woodrow. speeches. March 8---Keep that smile on your face! Freshmen vote for friendliest upper classmen...Miss Daly from adies Home Journal interviews Foresters for article on lallas teen-agers. March ll---Rare treat for Lions as Dallas Symphony Orchestra plays...Conductor Antal Dorati great favorite. March 15---Ouch! Lions receive first report cards of term. March 16--Helen Donsky, 2A, and Mickey Tucker, 4B, upper classmen at matinee dance. n 1 ' iff QD' S X announced friendliest March 18--Foresters appear on KIXL. March 19--Forest rifle experts fire at NTAC. April 8---Band and chorus give play assembly. April 14--Easter holidays begin at 5 P. . -Y , , ,, M. f' ............ Senior Senior Edition ' Edition Vol. 33-No. 7 DALLAS. TEXAS, TUESDAY. IANUARY 18, 1949 Price I0 Conti Seniors Will Receive Diplomas anuary 27 Listen. . . Lions! By Dorothy Weltchek Notice we have six pages this time? It wasn't that we inherited some money but because this is the last edition that the present stati' will put out, and-well, a sen- ior edition is something sort of special anyway. The cub staif did a swell job on their edition fthe one before thisl and I'd like to wish them, on be- half of the rest of the staff and myself, lots of luck on the Echo during the spring semester. This January graduating class is a very small class but they've had good leadership, lots of fun and no financial worries, which is more than most graduating classes can say. The 4A's made enough money on their first social la dance for the visiting Mexico City teamj to tide them over the rest of the term, even if they didn't make anything on any of the other socials they gave. Just about the time the statl' be- gins to feel at home in the new Echo lab, the term ends and they graduate. The new headquarters downstairs tused to be in the room where the dean's office is now lo- catedj .have proved better because when the lab was so centrally lo- cated upstairs, and so many people were always dropping in, that nothing could be accomplished by the statf. flume to think of don't tion is cause cuses hall thru will hav1 again. room 14' I wonde surprise but, did didn't stai ing systei school age systen This but this with the to pick an enthusiast, article All Yours received a zine asking ture to go entirely by Homer graduate, is in aircraft work, now force. This the Command is called Lucky Grad Eight high school years will 1949. This was taking extra subjects .1 1 Page One Hundred Twenty-eight f .,ii11yDan Hoist- Haroldiene M cDevitt and Tops in Echo Sweethearts Haroldiene McDevitt and Roy Hall have Echo Sweethearts of the January 1949 Class Gene Stockdale and Chloe Mountz came in Roy came to Forest from John Henry lettered two years in baseball, playing the positio - ' - s h 'g z - -. ' . ::"":"""" """'::::::"' f":::"""""' "TTL 'STATE Echo Sweethearts T 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 '1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l '1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 e int at Ai ms technician is the only For operates his ceived after sending iatmnal Morse minute old has blond ind is Eve feet always been and hopes to n becoming a f. Jimmy built necessary to 10 far, he has and equip- hich he sends rs, consist of lchmqnes in ,, radio ines- government law requires a Log, which is a book consisting of the time a call is put through: the date: frequency, silrnal reports and Graduation Terrninates Ternz Filled With Senior Activities Approximately 49 Foresters will walk across the stage of the school auditorium, January 27, 1949 at 8 o'clock to receive their diplomas. Mr. Willis Tate, Dean of Men at SMU, will be the principal speaker and give the address to the class. Rev. A. H, Logan, pastor of the Centenary Methodist Church, will give the invocation and the benediction. A solo by Patsy Lowry, accompanied by Jacquelyn Keith, will make up the musical part of the program, Principal James T. Whit- tlesey will award the honors and Paul Mcliay, class president, will intro- duce the class in a short speech. This will climax a term of ae- tivities for the seniors. Closing the senior activities is Senior Day, January 21, and Baccalaureate services at the Centenary Methodist A, H, Logan Dorothy Weltchek, editor-in- chief, was named outstanding stu- received an Editor Editor gold plnf schoo' cerem mief embers Chap ant editor r Quil member- a later date ican Overseas Airways, group of schools in and around First period New York City. A boy and a Ltirl from each of the countries arc being given the tour of some of the cities of the United States, which includes Dal- las, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, California, and Denver, Colorado. A boy and girl from a New York City school is accompanying them. The students are from Austria, Belgium, Great Britain, Denmark, France, Greece, Eire, Iceland, Italy, Iiuxembourg, Norway, the Nether- lands, Portugal, Sweden, Switzer- land, Turkey, and the American- British-French zones in Germany. Athletic Banquet Set for January 20 ROY HALL HAROLDIENE MCDEVITT Elected by Ballots Printed in the Forest Echo -1 9:15-11:15 Second Period 1:00-3:00 Tuesday, Jan. 25- Third Period 9:00-11:00 Fourth Period 11:00-1:00 Fifth Period 1:30-3:30 Wednesday, Jan. 264 Sixth Period 51:15-11:15 Seventh Period 1:00-3:00 Senior Exams: Seniors are to be exempted in keeping with the usual practice of individual teach- ers, Seniors not exempted will , , ,f:Q:f" " 1:1:if:. . . . . sI-I-f6S?if"'-5'- - - ' d2I:i:2:1: I Q:f:f:f:f:f: 5:3:3:!gZg1- ---- "f13:3: 3:5:3:3.3:5: .3 25:2:5:2:5:2:s:5:5EsEz:5 Ezfsigigij' - 1.:,:i:1:5:5:3:3:3:i:3:i ' :v:,:,:4..:.:,ff Q:f:Q:QfQffiiffi'i5fif3f?i3f2f3:IfIfI 212: Q:3:2ff. -' ffilf 'f ' :::: fzizifffffffffff2fffif1f2f2:2:2:2 :-:-:.g.g.g.g.g.g.g.':f'-:-.-:':4:-: -1414:-:-:-gb. 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ZfZg'-:f7.1f.1:':5i-A-.',7:,"I:?5:7f?'il7 P '-f-1-f'-ef-1-:--:'-:. ::':1:1 "' mr w -: .:. -:-1:sfe:f:1 s reefs9'?f-. .-:::..,..4:a:::a:1::-3:s:1 1'ss1s:z:s2wawaa- -'- w il- f :::::1:s:5:as:5:s:s:z2ssa35z:z5 ' . , , f.z:f:f:s:s-'.g 2 :n:,.....g1g:.,.:... .gsf:fg.:..,:f.:,::5,gg1g saig1gfg3:gg-f I Una rqcfamioimd The publication of the i949 Forester has been made possible through the cooperation of the following friends. Let us show our appreciation by patronizing them whenever possible: Airmaid Hosiery Bell Clothing Co. Ben Morris Jewelry Co. Bernard's Grocery and Market Bloom's Edgewood Pharmacy Bolin Motor Co. Bonno Feed and Chick Store By-Lo Plumbing Supply Co. Checkerboard Feed Cline Music Co. Coca-Cola Co. Coley's Beauty Shop Colonial Plumbing Co. Community Drug Dallas Power and Light Co. Dal-Sec Drugs Davis Cleaners Day and Night Plumbing Co. Do-Nut Merchant Draughon's Business College Drumgold Service Station Dysterbach Co. Earl's Magazine Exchange Earl R. Parker, Attorney Economy Lumber Co. Edelle Beauty Salon E. M. Kahn 8. Co. Fair Park National Bank Fairfield Auto Top Co. Finisher's Supply Company Forest Avenue Furniture Forest Avenue Motors Frank Babb Jewelry Friedman's Pharmacy Gateway Sporting Goods Greenway Service Station Harrison Sign Co. Hodges Paper and Paint Home Furniture Co. Jackson Motor Co. James Shoe Shop Livingston Cleaning Co. Linz Bros. Le Doux Plumbing and Heating Lowry's Beauty Salon Magicland Mangel's Ready-to-Wear Marshall Plumbing Co. Mercury Cleaners Model Tailors McGuire Cleaning and Dyeing Muller Laundry National Jobbing Co. New York Delicatessen Nitsche Flower Store Oakland Food Mart Olen Rowe, Photographer Pat's Motor Service Paul Murrey's Cars Paul's Shoes Presbyterian Book Store Price Furniture Co. Reif Bros. Ring and Brewer Rush Company Rutherford-Metropolitan School Sands Electric Co. Second Avenue Drug Sid Fendley Real Estate Simmons Hardware S. L. Ewing Company South Dallas Bank and Trust Co. South Dallas Jewelers Southwestern Balfour Co. Southwestern Engraving Co. Stubbs Stores Susman Insurance Sutphen Furniture Tate's Cleaners Taylor's Grocery Store Tick-Tock Shoppe Universal Technical Institute Walker Drug Store Webb Furniture Co. Whittle Music Co. Wilkinson Printing Co. Williams Service Station Woodward, F. M. Worthington's Page One Hundred T wenty-nine Compliments of S I D F E N D L E Y AIRMAID HOSIERY RwlESff1fff SOLD IN DRUG STORES LOANS " NOTARY MCGAUGH HOSIERY MILLS Eli: ?2'i70'019 19136jgQ0'g'1nA1jfQQj EARL,S MAGAZINE EXCHANGE 191lf6 Second Avenue H-0024 EARL COOTES, Prop. AIlKi1I1ds of School Supplies Compliments of MULLER LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING CO. T. F. LOTT, Owner Complimenls of CI-IECKERBOARD FEED STORE Purina Cbows-F ree Delivery 4106 Second Avenue Dallas H-7631 Phone Central 3822 EDELLE BEAUTY SALON 1619 Pacific Avenue Between Ervay and Akard Streets Dallas 1, Texas SPECIALIZING IN INDIVIDUAL HAIRDRESSING EDELLE CUNNINGI-IAM, Proprietor Compliments of Stanley H. Bloom BLOOM'S EDGEWOOD Compliments of NEW YORK BAKERY alia' DELICATESSEN PHARMACY Ph. H-6413 273 2 Forest PAINT QEASLEPERE S SUNDRIES GATEWAY SPORTING GooDs Co. WALLP'APER SC PAINT CO 2517 Oakland Avenue S portsmeiiis Paradise EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN LELAND HoDGEs SEWALI. PAINTS Bus. H8-2809 Perfection in Protection 1300 Main at Field C-4769 Res. Phone H-7921 Watches and Gifts SOUTH DALLAS JEWELERS WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING Compliments of MERCURY CLEANERS 1727 Forest Avenue Phone H8-6337 2020 Second Ave- DIAMONDS WATCHES MOUNTINGS JEWELRY REPAIRING SILVERWARE SIMMONS HARDWARE 85 ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES VARIETY Phone C-2979 We Specialize in School Supplies F R A N K B A B B Ieweler Forest Irwin-Keasler Building 204 So. Ervay Street DALLAS, TEXAS Complimcnls of COLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP 3635 Colonial H-0095 Complete Shop XVith One Stop AT STUBBS STORES H-2626 Harwood at Grand Open 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. Every Day Including Sundays Page One Hundred Thirty ,L-.ALA-A Coizgraiulazfiofzs, Seniors! Make COMMUNITY DRUG Your Headquarters 2200 Second Avenue I'I-9029 H-9721 WILLIAM SUSMAN All Kinds of Insurance Great National Life Building C-4054 O. L. SUTPHEN FURNITURE Co. New F uruiiure CASH OR TERMS 2109 Second Ave. H-0328 SECOND AVE. DRUG STORE Coinzlbleiz' F ouinfaiiz Sierviez' Courfeous Service for Young and Old 2001 Second Ave. H-9740 BERNARD,S GROCERY 86 MARKET 2202 Second I-I-1885 We Deliver Fresh Fruits, Meats and Vegefables Daily A-o Compliments of NATIONAL JOBBING CO. 1415 Commerce Men,s Shoes CLINE MUSIC COMPANY, Inc. Everyilaing for flue Banu' aml Orrbesira GUARANTEED REPAIR WORK 1409 Elm Street, Dallas, Texas Durwarcl J. Cline, Prvxiflrlil Phone C-1948 T A T E ' S CLEANERS - HATTERS - DYEBS PHONE H-0187 2632 S. HARWOOD ST. Conzjrlimrwls of BEN UTAY First Captain Forest Avenue High Football Team . . . 1917 BEN MORRIS JEWELRY CO. 1924-A Elm Street Compliments of M A N G E L ' S Ladies, mi cuzdfm Rearlji-to-Wear Elm and Ervay COMPHWQWS Of WILLIAMS' SERVICE STATION FRIEDMAN3 Authorized Texaco Station Couyfesy Cdyds Aye Good 1705 Forest Phone H-7163 DALLAS 15, TEXAS 3303 Forest Ave. H-0156 Cfwirz' Flowers for All Orraxioris WORTHINGTON,S NITSCI-IE FLOWER STORE Sc to 51.00 Store MEMBER FTD' Phone H-2662, Night H-S543 2727 Grand Ave. I 2 FOYCSIC H' S 2 S 2 Robert H. Thurmond, jr. Dallas, Texas' SAM DYSTERBACH COMPANY 2108 Elm Street UNIFORMS FOR MAIORETTES. BANDS. PEP SQUADS AND R.O.T.C. OUR UNIFORMS ARE OUTSTANDING OAKLAND FOOD MART For the Besz' in Meafs and Dairy Producfs, See Us Open from 7-11 4302 Oakland Page One Humlred Thirty on Ofhcc Phone H-4681 Res. Phone H8-1517 WE BUY AND SELL PLUMBING COLONIAL PLUMBING CO. EVERYTHING MUSICAL 1718 Forest Avenue "NVE SELL SANITiATION" 1108 Elm Street Phone C-S191 F1-gf-Egiimglpg J. TAPPER DALLAS, TEXAS 9 I , - Compliments Phone H8-1543 - PROMPT CAPABLE JACKSON MOTOR CO. HARRISON SIGN COMPANY GARAGE AND BODY SHOP Neon and Commercial H8-0100 E6-3471 Bough! USED CARS Sold 2908 Meadow Dallas, Texas FOI-est Ave. -'- 59 J. B. GREENWAY SERVICE STATION IELGIN WATICHES RAILROAD WATCHES Sinclair Products THE TICK-TOCK SHOPPE TIRES, BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES 835 ExP"5i'i0'1 Avenue Phone H-0055 Lamar at Forest T3Y101"9010 DALLAS 15, TEXAS Official Santa Fe Railway Watch Inspectors Q L PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS S l 1 I. A. LQDOUX WM Plumbing and Gas Heating jg 3626 Holmes St. H-0913-H-2450 . 1814 Main Street McGuire Clecminq, C0"fP'i'W11fS Of DYGIHCJ Gnd LCIUHCHY TOy1Or's Grocery Store CQ., Inc. 2206 Peabody H-0037 ULU us dye fm' youv Free Delivery Service Phone H-2135 2100 So. Ervay Guaranteed Meats Page One Hundred T hirty-two BONNO FEED 85 CHICK STORE Feeds-Remedies-Chicks Poultry Equipment 1 505 Pennsylvania Telephone at Holmes Street H-013 4 L. G. PRICE FURNITURE CO. All Kinds of Second Hand Furniture Bought, Sold, and Excbanged Bed Springs Repaired 2410 Second Ave. H8-1436 H-0419 H-3471 W. E. Drumaold Service Station TEXACO PRODUCTS WASHING - LUBRICATING - ACCESSORIES Firestone Tires - Battery Recharge Oakland and Pennsylvania Dallas DAL-SEC DRUGS STUDENTS WELCOME We Deliver Phones: H-6776 - H-0207 1823 Second Ave. Night H-1473 Day H-0071 Pat's Motor Service General Auto Repairing Motor Tune-up, Carburetor Service 3401 Oakland Ave. Dallas, Texas FUN CENTER OF DALLAS Tricks jokes Puzzles Magic Tricks Novelties MAGIICLAND The Store of 1,000 Wonders 409 N. Ervay Bus. H-9905 Res. H-2443 Sands Electrical EARL R. PARKER Contractors and Neon Aff0,,,ey-,,f-L,,w i S gn Company Oflice R-4692 Res. M-6615 Contracting - Repairing - - Maintenance - Appliances 221 Texas Bank Budding 1223 Second Ave. DALLAS' TEXAS Page One Hundred Thirty L ee PAUL MURREY's Complimm l-li Class Used Cars FOREST STUDENTS WELCOME 3112 Colonial H-2074 WHEN LOOKING FoR FUNITURE SEE Home Furniture Co. Two Big Stores Oak Cliff Downtown 6110 E. Jefferson Elm at Preston Jesse Bolin Motor Co. New and Used Cars SELL OR TRADE "Remember, it's cash fo irrzrle with B0lin" McKinney Ave. at Pearl C-1787 C-7610 H 11 Lowest Possible All Types of Water eaters at t e BY-LO Plumbing Supply The Rush Company Devoe-Artist Supplies Post Architeeis' and Engineers' Supplies 1305 Elm R-4403 CHAS. W. MARSHALL N. A. DAVIS l-l-4502 Marshall Plurnhina Co. Expert Repairs 1411 Second Ave. Dallas, Texas GENERATORS STARTERS CARBURETORS REIF BROTHERS AUTOMOTIVE Battery Recharging Mechanic on Duty EX-Foiuasrisxs Phone H-2611 3220 Forest Cornplirnenis of the DQ-NUT MERCHANT Company CWe Cater to Partiesj BUY High Quality at LOW Price Main and Poydms 3214 Forest Avenue H8-8188 DALLAS, TEXAS One Hundred T hirty-four Webb Furniture CO. New and Used Furzzifure Buy - Sell - Trade Cash or Terms Electric Refrigerators - Gas Ranges H-2930 2004 Second Ave. Dallas, Texas Com plimen fs Of LOwry's Beauty Scrlon 3103 Forest Avenue LOUISE LOWRY, Owner Harwood-0006 SUITS - PANTS - OVERCOATS MEN'S FURNISHINGS BELL CLOTHING CO. "The Young Me11's Store of Dallas" HUDSON C. LOCKETT IAMES SI-IOE SI-IOP 3 21 1 Oakland Masfer Shoe Repairing and CASEY JONES H150 1617 Main Sr. Phone R-2763 New Shoes Dial H-0005 Dyers DAY DAVIS CLEANERS - HATTEES PLUMBING CO. Bill Davis -- 1940 4425 Oakland PAT MCKANNA Owner Since 1921 PATRONIZE Compliments T I-1 li MD D If I- of TAI L0 Df EAUES Sl-IQES, IHC. 2308 Elm Street R-6057 1600 Elm Dallas Page One Hundred Thi V , A' UUCKIEP ZURMAN Commercial Portraiture l:'OilI'llOld Auto TOD CO. Q L E N R 0 W E Specializing in Convertible Tops Pbofo mphw g Tailored Seat Covers Truck Seats Rebuilt Phone H-7042 Phone F2-4573 2303 Grand Ave. 681513 Grand O ECONOMY LUMBER ci SUPPLY CO., Inc. Complete Line of Proven Building Materials MILL WORK of all DESCRIPTIONS 3601 Pine Street at Scyene Dallas 10, Texas Telephone H-7368 Q -. FIIE SPORTS 81 WESTERIIWEAR Ring 8- Brewer is iustly proud of its distinctive Westernwear and Sportswear . . . clothes of fine quality true to the tradition of the Southwest. We also feature complete ROTC uniforms.. .for officers and cadets, in our first floor Men's Department. 'A' Men's Wear and Furnishings i' Complete Westernwear Dep I 1 i' Ladies' Sporls e r, Shoe i' Nocona 8 Justin Western B t Q5 PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Page One Humlrerl Thirtyvsix FOR CAREERS IN BUSINESS TWO-YEAR PROFESSIONAL-LEVEL COURSES Leading to the Degrees of Bachelor of Secretarial Science CB.S.S.j Bachelor of Commercial Science QB.C.S.j Bachelor of Accounts CB.Accts.j Short refresher and regular business courses available: STENOGRAPHIC ISOOKKEEPING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIION SECRETARIAL JUNIOR ACCOUNTING IQIIGHER ACCOUNTING OFFICE MACHINES GENERAL BUSINESS C.P.A. TRAINING DAY SCHOOL - NIGHT SCHOOL PERSONALLY SUPERVISED HOME STUDY APPROVED BY THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION as a Business Iunior College RUTHERI-'ORD-METROPOLITAN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Commerce at Field Dallas, Texas GP S. L. EWING CUMPANY J. T. BOYCE Typewriters...Adding Machines...Supplies "In Dallas Since 1902" 1919 Main Street C-5401 QP South Dallas Bank Sr Trust Co. Forest at Colonial Metropolitan Banking Service with Szirbzirban Conveniences Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Q5 - FOREST AVENUE FURNITURE CGMPANY Complete Line Of Home Furnishings 1624 Forest Avenue Telephone H-3314 Page Une Hundred Thirty-seven LlVlNGS'l'QN CLEANING COMPANY "A Clcfrmer Yoz1'l1Lilz.c" W. A. LIVINGSTON 1710 S. Harwood St. Phone H-0308 "Quality carries on" 5, W5lllll'19 A f 2 ffiifn Collm Je, 'A ' V H COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, Dallas, Texas IQGES D I. IN ALLAS Streamlined courses, individual advancement, urgent demand for graduates, select stu- dent body, prestige with employers, and national reputation, attract more students to DRAUGHONS than to all similar schools in Dallas combined. Prompt placement in preferred positions. DRAUGHONS BUSINESS CCDLLEG Ajijarowd by flat' Sfufv Dejrarizrzwzl of Edzlnzfion as a Business junior College Commerce at Harwood Telephone R-313 3 9 FINISHERS SUPPLY CDMPMIY SALES AND SERVICE SprrzyPai11fi11g Eqzzipmcflzf, Finisbin g Muferial, Air Com prcssors, H ose, Paris, Accessoriffs 3209 Cakland Ave. DALLAS 15, TEXAS Phone H8-5030 I 0 Hunrlrerl Thirty-cigllt E. I. KAII 8100. Dallas' oldest reiail siore wifla Shops of qualify apparel for 171671, womelz and boys MAIN AND ELM AT LAMAR QP COIlZpli771ClIfS of Fqnl mk NGHonGlBQnkci DQHGS EXPOSUHON'AVE.AI'PARRY Member Fealeral Deposit Ilzsurallee Corp. o WALKER DRUG STORE Only the Finesf Drug Service in fbe Friemlliesf Sfore in Souila Dallas! ALL FORESTERS MEET HERE! WE FILL ALL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS Call H-73 3 8 Free Delivery Service 3121 Oakland Ave. . 9 - Office Phone Hunter 8-4668 Res. Phone J8-2533 F.M.WOODWARD MOTOR CRANE SERVICE "Firsi in Texasl' Excavating ancl Trucking 2540 Second Ave. Dallas 10, Texas Page One Humlr ed T gi? 1'11'I1IV 1811 W M ' T17 1 'I' 1 W Wm 1 11' X flu, 0 . . . since 1877 RADIO ELECTRONICS TELEVISION UNIVERSAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE 8 3 5 Z Exposition Avenue Dallas, Texas DRAFTING MECHANICAL - ARCHITECTURAL 'MOTOR-GENERATOR REWINDING INDUSTRIAL WIRING 0 d FOREST AVE. oToRs 3415 Forest Ave. Dallas For 24-Hour Wrecker Service cmd Complete Automotive Repctirs Forest Students Welcome 6 H-1877 f ,,, ldlnfgz-pmgnigman ,si mv G ILKI so .0 1 Q. ff-f: ,- ,:-. 25:22, it if 4 ' ' ' ' f fu., ' uw?" Sl! i ' X IN LW N N amor xg' here gon. Get mg' Pnkzzhgg g '6z2 197' ZOWPJYLPRICEJ V' j . Q. ',.trf:.,g:ggeaglgq,4,,,:.,:,,ima:2,.55,g3.1ett,,t,,,z1,E1tt:'.f':-1,Q., ,:'.,,,.i.,:.,ma::tu,a..::-E :- Page One Hundred F the Future is yours... keep it if' ,T o is I., . ,, ,Ea 1,1 A . "2 5-IQSEQL Q, 3-1.-3, ms sf -rat 1.31,-31, my , . use-:av 1,4 -- ..i.fjfg?.if'ft - 8? PSFL., A f - .tr A .14 BRIGHT! Yessiree, there's plenty of opportunity for you young folks right here in Dallas. Real opportunity to create a bright future for yourself, rear a family and establish a home. That's where I'll be helping you by continuing to provide a plentiful supply of dependable electric service to homes and businesses here in Dallas. I wish you the best of luck on the way. DALLAS POWER 'Q LIGHT COMPANY Page Qnq: Humlred Forty turn Com liments P SUUTHWESTERN BALFUUR C0. Supplying SENIOR RINGS ' CLUB PINS COMMEN CEMENT IN VITAT ION S UW Downtown Sales Cf-fice Sanger Bros.-Second Floor Telephone Riverside-4079 . . . . .... . . . . . ............ - - . ......... . . . . ......... - ......... .:.g.:.g.g.' - . .... . . . . .. .... ,. . . . . . . .,.,.:. .:.,. ...rl . 0 5. :-:-:- -:-: 's'q.u.u n'u'u' n'l'l'n'1 l'u'l.o ...j.:.:.:.. .'.'.'.:. n n a o I Q u .'o'n'o'l 1 :-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:':-:-:-:-:-:-:-:':-:':-:-' A . .,.,.,.,.,.,.Y.,.,.,.,.A.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,. , Each year finds an even greater effort on the part of both the Forester Staff and our organization to keep up the high standard of the FGREST HIGH Masterpieces. We appreciate -'vu the journey through the years with your publication personnel and School officials. SOUTHWESTERN ENGRAVING Co or DALLAS 905 Slocum St. at Wichita St. Phone Riverside-2158 DALLAS. TEXAS 0 f If -, , M, 442, E . gg 3 . , up-X . , s. ,,, . 4 .v,, .4 . Aff . b . 52 ,Q , V MLM jzgaflf I Z ..,. WM ,4 ji4v vb . 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