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

 - Class of 1955

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I4 MILITARY .II,.iIIIII, ,.... 2 8 ACTIVITIES .....II .,I.I 3 6 ATHLETICS -. ...S, ..... 7 8 CLASSES LA,.,A, ..... I O4 FEATURES ,LLLLLLLLL ,.,,. I 50 ADVERTISEMENTS ..... .,... I 82 B 1 A ':'9 -i.-I If I7 - I1 Q I I 0 4 5 ' 6 F I I 7 ll If yi I f V 2. . I ,T , ' 7' - In appreciafion his generosify, and his effecfive fhe siaff af'fec+iona+ely dedica+es 'rhe I955 Foresfer 'I'o Virgil Maffingly . . . Senior Class sponsor, ma+hema+ics ins'rruc+or, and friend. s iiss l i I w 1 i Y 5 1 4 4 1 1 W 5 i z 5 f . ,lt M L' xv. ' .. M: Q , , ., -, ..,, I F. W V, . , + ,. . gym., K A .S W.. . ,gg , A A .1 rw H , ' ' V, Q , . A V . A533-. J ,ig -- 7, . .tim N VM Ml .Ns KZ' my Ak V K 'c.,. 2. V nf f.. f . '-"N L. " . ! , 'Lf' H dk wi Ni ,, gWR,mNkhA- 41 -f ' I A -,M I. A 3, z.,m,f, ,, iw, M f . 'g w,N f' g., W i 2 , ZH1 .M . -., ,f Y' . my , 13 5, . X. . ,f v . 1 L. ' W- ..' , ' ' . 5 vi. 4, ffl.-. f V V as ' -Q. 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Mr. Peek's mother is seated at Nancy's left. "Sign right here," says Mr. Curry, pres- ident of the Dads Club as Mr. Goodman pays his dues. an ex-Forester, Mrs. Ruth Rheinlander Par- Here to greet the many guests who reg- istered at Open House are Jean Burchett, Betty Sue Collier, and Phillip Petty. Looking at the Annual exhibit are two ofthe Forester's 1954 editors, Pat- sy Ford and Patricia McCullough. Mr. Shepard, F o r e st' s geometry teacher, is his usual happy self as he greets the parents of his students. Student Council President, Raymond Bai- ley, looks on as Mr. Whittlesey welcomes parents to Open House. Miss Roberts, librarian, Thanks Mrs. Sip- pey, PTA president, for the new books which will be added to the library. The choir sings "Dry Bones" un- der the direction of Mrs. Evans. Accompanied by Mrs. Dobbs the Junior Chorus sings "The Don key Serenade." The Pep Squad steps high to one of Colonel Marshall's arrangements. Speaking to the audience about this year's football season is Mr. Batchelor, "B" Team Coach. Coach Johnson introduces this season's "A" Team. Members of the 'Color Guard s ta n d at attention during the Pledge of Alle- glance. 5333331 Vs: miammus ZXQGBTHQKXX l AVL! AI-Q?x"3'5f1. J 11" iv - 4, 4 W EDWIN L. RIPPY President MRS. TRACY H. RUTHERFORD Vice President MRS. VERNON D. INGRAM JACK H. BREARD FRANKLIN E. SPAFFORD VAN M. LAMM ROUSE HOWELL R. L. DILLARD, JR. DALLAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS ADMINISTRATION W. T. WHITE Superintendent of Schools ROBERT H. McKAY E. D. WALKER Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent FRANK L. WILLIAMS DON E. MATTHEWS Assistant Superintendent Superintendent's Assistant P 5 One of Mr. Hutchinson's many duties is signing students out at sixth period. S. S. HUTCHINSON Assistant Principal Collecting dues for the Classroom Teachers of Dallas are, left to right: Mr. Loftin, Mr. Johnson, Miss Felder, Miss Upchurch. Faculty members of The National Honor Society Committee hold an important discussion concerning the fall initiates. Seated, left to right: Mrs. Brown, Miss Fetterman, Mrs. Beilharz, Miss Segrist, Miss Taylor, Mr. White, Miss Davidson. Standing: Mr. Griffith, Col. Roberts, Mr. Mattingly, Mr. Johnson. FACULTY Hr I X sf 3 i Iii? f-ggi,-it 12 -q.-Y: V tm- - i . 2 iifaiifi ' xEmaiif-' 3 1:,5im,izisf2f"i ' , 'ff'f s: .v5??,,S , ,5 121592,-5,1 .W I A' mi "ri it ,,,,, f,, , L.,,' Q,,5L,Nww? gig: fi WILLIE MAY BERRY, B.S. Homemaking G. MAY BLACKMORE, B.A. English DONALD G. BOHART, B.S. Mathematics x f- -v i tw Ii, 1. we fy, fwllju--Lp 1-f, ki : :V ,,,.. i 'fs fs: ' - Qs 52 ,-f 1 W1 21.512424 . . -' . s .1 A. c- , Ewa' ' -- fy yt 1w,.t- .,., , ..,,... ...P -V, ,.., 511,-,Q,g,4, ,-lst -W, .ws E .. :swf -Q L s.. Ls .gn ,,,,,! , ig! QQ? v N .1 L Q P U 'I' NT L 4 IEIIQHI ,fi Ili ag J fr sz if X if xl 1 ,M I 5, I tg, I .2 3,,w,,ff SK f Q iff? 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DOBBS, B.F.A Music Q - FACULTY BOB COWSAR, M.S. Mathematics L. N. CRABTREE, B.S. Science SARA DAVIDSON, M.A. Spanish TAFT DUNSWORTH, M.E. Woodshop HELEN ECKELMAN, M.E. Speech JULIA DEAN EVANS, M.A Music Not in Pictures MILTON FREY M E FA I. General Busihess F. L. GREEN, B.S. History EVA DEAN GRIFFIN, B.S. Homemaking D. T. GRIFFITH, B.S. Mechanical Drawing JIMMY DON HUNT BS Social Studies CECIL O. JOHNSON JOHN T. JOHNSON, History 'MY if 41,530 L- -. ,f2tfzg1r1'fri ,1 inf? - 1 r -ma.. , . , Qiigzfs ' .iv " A. . ,sm - I 'A 1-, M , fv,-41 'f ,aiy . f. -i' ' 'gf f iffsgf ' if i I 1-A iss ,17:1f'g1 , ' 5 .. " faiiffst i. 51: '-mil l' H- if . is , 1-551455i:':,:f5'fif'i'1.?f,e, 2555- - ' . ' 4: V ,,, , . . 5 .. ,.i. ,E,, M A :"2.f,n', , .f .. 1. twig' ' . f4Px4xv-Z: :mf '1'fE:-rzif z-uf.. f cell. ,5,', 1 ' K ati is bg, i ANNIE GEM FELDER, M.A. English RUTH FETTERMAN, M.A. Business Education C. V. GOODMAN, M.A. History .i,' I i i I -f.: 1 .- 1. l , . - , .Q I1 F ORRIN H. HAMBLIN, B.A. English ALICE R. HARRINGTON, M.S. Homemaking A. J. HILLIARD, M.S. Woodshop K I' Q I iw 4 5 i 5 K' J 12 N ff -3 if 1 sg ,F gmrdli, it I K I S egg, WEEK fish! f as germ 1 aux 3' 1. I Q53 5 .xx-F. 4 ' ' - rf:-.'-W fi ,isiiif fi -7 W. ' ' 2 get was ' 'QM .I 1 'Uv A ,M History FACULTY PAUL C. LABORNE, M.A. English CLEO LAWSON Study Hall PEGGY E. LIPSCOMB, M.E. Business Education V. H. MATTINGLY, M.S. Mathematics SARAH MERIWETHER, M.A Dean MARY ANN NUGENT, M.E Distributivec Education FACULTY l QA. K. QUE EN Y, MJ-x. Physi ducation O C. RHOME, M.E. Mathematics INA ROBERTS, B.L.S. Librarian W f . DMZ? LOCILLE SEGRlST, M.A. Physical Education ALVA SHEPARD, B.S. Mathematics J. D. SHEPPARD, M.E. Social Studies RAYE PEGUES, R.N. Nurse R. V. PEEK, B.S. History FLOYD B. PITTS, M.A. History 1 ROSCOE L. ROBERTS, B.S R.O.T.C. D. c. ROGERS, M.s. Mechanical Drawing ZULEIKA C. SCOTT, M.A. French ii.-wtf' 2 tj ia 2 21' st iff-w i.f "' ' .. ' vii .lil ME.. kgg 5.-.Vi k E. tw... 5, M.. .....,.-r':' - . . .. 'f16E:w1,'h.',, ' "E MQW.. 'ff If-' ' - ' WTI ,. . . Ways 1 , -v .Ev .www - as f .2- f 5... ' f. Y.. . English FACULTY AGNES TAYLOR, M.A. English BERNEIL TAYLOR, B.A Mathematics IRMA W. UNGER, M.S Physical Education J. B. WHITE, M.A Biology LLOYD WHITE, BS Mathematics CHARLES J . WOO DALL Metalshop Mrs. Kerr, activities director, mimeographs home- room programs tor the week. v A 5 l l l i ll it Forest's newly organized Future Teachers of Amer- ica admire their charter. Seated: Sandra Cowand and Frances Hendrick. Standing: Jeanne Alley, Miss Den- son, sponsor, and Emily Wilson. Wifi Mr. Whittlesey listens as Raymond Bailey, i president ot the Student Council, speaks over the public address system. Tom Minter i and Barbara Lewis wait their turn. Mrs. Brooks, main office secretary, goes about her daily routine in her quietly effi- cient manner. Miss Meriwether, standing, con- fers with Mrs. Smith about a stu- dent's excuse. Miss Brady is seated at left. "Reading is fun," says Miss Thoene, English teacher. Faculty members are guests at the PTA tea in the Mrs. Walter Stockdale serves Miss Segrist, center, school dining room. as Mrs. A. J. Burchett and Mrs. J. W. Sippey assist as hostesses. 5555 l ' ' f. - - f . f 1vl:ziw.ff:s1i-it - -was 'lwfmg , yi f . CFDMLKFCQZQYY I -O Q , X vi fn ' r':,. x 1. .'i"' 7' lx if-,tts is Q W X ,. 9 X my ROTC OFFICERS First Row Second row Col. Malcolm Echols LT. Col. Robert Ridenour Mai. Harry Osborne Maj. Harold McCullough Mai. Gail Imhoof Mai. Ken Maynard Third row 2nd Lt 2nd LT. 2nd LT. 2nd Lt. 2nd LT. M-SQT. M-Sgt. Top miliTary brass discuss The corps. Left To right: LT. Col. Lloyd A. Brown, Col. Mal- colm Echols, Lt. Col. Robert Ridenour, Maj. Harold McCullough, lst LT. Leonard Reneau, Mai. AlberT H. Perkins, Lt. Col. Roscoe L. Roberts. Leonard Reneau Luther Elmore Harry Harmon Allen Segal David Wedin Nick Dean Capt. William McDonald Capt Leon Litvin Capt. Jim McCUrdy lsT LT. Don Nelms lst Lt. Charles Tyler Perry Barber ROTC BAND First row Second row Col Ma Sgt Pvt Pvt Pvt Harry Osborne Leon Litvin Wendell Chapman James Thomas Jerry Elmore Tommy Jimmerson M-Sgt. Sammy Crockett Pvt. A. B. Cody Pvt. Norman Hood Pvt. Norman Ninsky Pvt. Ken McAbee Sgt. Jack Glatzer Pvt. J. D. Dukes M-Sgt. Richard Madden T-Sgt Billy McManus M-Sgt. Larry Allen Pvt. Danny Cawthon Fourth row Third row SFC Ernest Paty Pvt. Mike Parker Pvt. John Calvert SFC Dan Parish Pvt. Raymond Lowrey Pvt. Charles Dean Pvt. Eugene Mayer Pvt. Billy Johnson Pvt. Bobby Farmer Pvt. Richard Hackett Pvt. Carl Webster lst Lt. Samuel Engelberg Col. John Marshall 2nd Lt. Allen Segal RIFLE TEAM First row Mai. Ken Maynard Capt. Jim McCurdy M-Sgt. Billy Martin S-Sgt. Gerald Templeman M-Sgt. Phillip Bussell Third row Second row M-Sgt. Max Parvin M-Sgt. K. Lynn Ellsworth M-Sgt. Phillip Petty M-Sgt. Levon Hall M-Sgt. Donald Thompson 2nd Lt. Luther Elmore M-Sgt. Richard Madden M-Sgt. Clint Collinsworth 2nd Lt. David Wedin 2nd Lt. Leonard Reneau Officers front and center! . no M U K COMPANY "A" First rovv Second row SFC Emmett Frier, Bearer Pvt. Jerry Hendrix Mai. Ken Maynard Sgt. James Whitney lst Lt. Charles Tyler Pvt. Andy Kelly 2nd Lt. David Wedin Sgt. Victor Correa Sgt. Billy Oliver .uw .. ,,..xv,a a mf' f Pvt. Carmen Wagliardo Third row M-Sgt. Max Parvin SFC Tommy Hudson lst Sgt. Roy Randolph Sgt. Phillip Prater M-Sgt. Phillip Petty Sgt. Truman Maples SFC Chester Weatherford COMPANY "C" Ffrgr row Second row Mai. Harold McCullough Mai. Gail lmhoof CapT. William McDonald lsT LT. Don Nelms' 2nd LT. Leonard Reneau 2nd LT. LuTher Elmore Third row PVT. Denver HaThcoaT SgT. ClifTon Walion SFC Billy Laminack PVT. Richard Glandi PVT. David SarTain M-Sgf. Phillip Bussell T-SgT. Charles Lamb PVT. Buddy Jeffrey PVT. Bobby WorThen PVT. Bill Crowell PVT. L. A. MarTin Fourfh row M-Sgf. Jackie Martin S-SQT. Gerald Templeman SFC James SeTTles lsT SQT. Richard ChoTe M-SgT. ClinT Collinsworth M-SgT. Bobby Thompson Sgf. Paul McDonald COMPANY "D" First row Second rovv Col. Malcolm Echols LT. Col. RoberT Ridenour CapT. Jim McCurdy 2nd LT. Harry Harmon PVT M-SQT. Dona ld Thom pso Third row PVT PVT PVT SQT . James Myers Don Henderson David Tankersley Billy Burkley Billy Kennelly n, Bearer PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT PVT: Jimmy Pope Gus Hernandez Eugene Wilson Lloyd Headrick Billy PrewiTT Billy Poe Fourth rovv PVT. Gerald Dower SFC Marvin Slovak SQT. Jack Gray lsT SgT. Hardy LeBel SFC Donald Fain M-Sgt Billy MarTin M-SgT. Levon Hall x 3 X iff!! is First row: Rose Ellen Heimann, Pat Taylor, Mary Koonce, Third row: Miss Sarah Meriwether, Sandra Cowand, Jo Ann Fryer, Sylvia Rainer, Paul Michaelson,.Adri- Joyce Vogelsang, Helen Davis, Lanette Brooks, La- enne Engelberg. nelle Vick. Second row: Judy Statman, Billy Granek, Marcia Crowell, Sue Dell Stafford, Hubert Boles, Kenny Dula, Emily Wilson. HIGH SCHOLARSHIP CLUB With the assistance of Miss Meriwether, sponsor, the officers make plans for a Christmas basket to be given to a needy family. OFFICERS PAUL MICHAELSON ...,,..,....,,,.,,..,, ,,,,,.,,,,,, P resident JO ANN FRYER ....,,,.,,, ,,,,,, V ice President SYLVIA RAINER ....,,..,..., .,.,.,.,,v,. S ecretary ADRIENNE ENGELBURG .... ....,.,......,. T reasurer BILLY GRANEK ..,,............,,.,.... .,... S ergeanf-at-Arms MISS SARAH MERIWETHER ..,.. ,,,,............. S ponsor Firsf row: Gwen Looney, Rose Ellen Heimann, Pat Tay- Second row: K. A. Harrnon, Tommie DeLeon Debra lor, Paul Michaelson. Bradberry, Carmen Amador, Mary Koonce Tillie Ox PAUL MICHAELSON ROSE HEIMAN ..,..... PAT TAY LO R ..,.. GWEN LOONEY .,,, FRANK STORY ,,,,. K. R. HARMON ,,.. man, Stella Tackitt, Sylvia Rainer DALLAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY OFFICERS President Vice President ......,.,,, Secretary Treasurer Sergeanfeaf-Arms Sponsor While Mr. Harmon shows Paul Michael- son and Gwen Looney interesting places in Dallas, Rose Heiman and PaT Taylor add clippings To The scrapbook. First row: Raymond Bailey, Harold Taylor, Howard Stuart, Nor- Third row: Frances Hendrick, Dayle Oliver, Jane Gray, Joe man Minsky, Rita McLemore, Aloma Mathews, Betty Sue'C0l- Sawyer, Nancy Large, Lanette Brooks, Helen Davis, Kathryn lier, Peggy Ann Joplin, Johnny Calverley, Beverly Wolford, Lightfoot, Joyce Yancey, Barbara Clay, Starr Proctor, Mar- Barbara Lewis, Carl Smith. lene Ferrell. Second row: Marcus Cervantes, Robert Tuttle, Shirley Lutz, Fourth row: Sammy Crockett, Leonard Reneau, David Wedin, Patricia Wilson, Janice Walker, Pat Taylor, Patricia Baker, Maxie Thomas, Johnny Burchett, Roger Somerville, Jack Sandra Sue Brewer, Carmen Amador, Liese Mueller, Barbara Looney, John Mays, Mervin Attergut, Frances Johnson, Mrs. Freeland, Barbara Marshall, Maxine Alexander. Clara Kerr, Seldon S. Hutchinson. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS CARL SMITH .,,.,,,,-,,,, BARBARA LEWIS .....,.. BEVERLY WOLFORD ....... BARBARA FREELAND ...., MRS. CLARA KERR ,,,,,,,,,,,, SELDON S. HUTCHINSON ..,,.. Raymond Bailey, president, makes plans forthe next council meeting. RAYMOND BAILEY ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,w,Y. P resident Vice President Secretary Treasurer Parliamentarian Sponsor ..., Sponsor First row: Raymond Bailey, Frances Hendrick, Beverly Wolford, Third row: Jerry Banks, Mervin Aftergut, Howard Stuart, Mack Harry Osborne, Norma Ruth Johnson, David Wedin. Ballard, Pat Taylor, Carmen Amador, Teddie Pairsh, Alvina Webster, Janice Walker, Charmayne Altenau, Frances Shew. Second row: Bill Crowell, Norman Minsky, Ann Carroll, Mary Millender, Betty Sue Collier, Bobbie Johnston, Liese Mueller, Fourth row: Leonard Reneau, Maxie Thomas, Marcus Cervantes, Patricia Baker, Aloma Mathews. Jr., Mrs. Clara Kerr, Starr Proctor, Linda Horton, John Dean, OFFICERS RAYMOND BAILEY ....,........,......... .,,,,,.,.,. P resident HARRY OSBORNE ......... ,.... V ice President FRANCES HENDRICK .... .,..,,,, S ecretary BEVERLY WOLFORD .,..... ,,,,,,,,..., T reasurer NORMA JOHNSON ........., ..... P arliamentarian MRS. CLARA KERR .,.........,.... .,.......,,... S ponsor SELDON S. HUTCHINSON .... Sponsor STUDENT COUNCIL "We'll check the books," say Beverly Wolford and Frances Hendrick to Harry Osborne. Firsf row: Geraldine Lee, Mary Alice Joines, Sylvia Second row Kenny Dula Paul Reynolds Patricia Mc Weltchek, Barbara Spoerl, Rita Blatf, Mildred Grier Cullough Frances Hendrick Nancy Large Allen Segal Sylvia Neal, Pat Roseman, Jane Gray, lone Lumpkin Stanley Wyll Raymond Bailey Bettye Jaggers RODGER COLEY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY PHILIP JONES ....... ....,.. V ice President SHIRLEY HOLEY LYNETTE KATZ HULDIE NULISH PATSY FORD ..,,...,...,a...,...,. ....., Secretary .,........ Treasurer Sergeant-at-A rms Parliamentarian MRS. EMMA BROWN ....,. ,,a..,......... S ponsor Fall 54 initiates Frrsf row Frances Denton Louise Smith Penny Pairsh Second row: Pat Taylor, Rose Ellen Heimann, Leon Lit Tommllou Symns Sandra Cowand vin, Billy Granek, Shirley Luiz, Marlene Coker NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY PAT HURLEY ,,..., ,,,.,.,.,,A...... . .. .....,,,,. President GARY DRAKE ,,,.,,,,.,.....,.. , ,,,,..,, ....... V ice President JO ANN FRYER .,.. ,,.....,,...,. S ecrerary SYLVIA RAINER ,,,,,.,, ..... - ,,,..,. T reasurer ALLEN SEGAL ,.,.v,.,,.,..,,..., A.,.. S ergeanf-at-Arms CHARLOTTE KIRKSEY Parliamenrarian MRS. EMMA BROWN Sponsor First row: Frances Hendrick, Nancy Large, Patsy Har- Third row: Miss Helen Eckelman, Paula Barnett, Star grove, Jane Gray, Barbara Lutz, Shirley Lutz, Arnetta Villasana, Paula Hosch, Irma Wittels, Louise Hollis, Bar- Stegall, Charlotte Kirksey. bare Cundiff, Barbara Freeland, Joy Cunningham. Second row: Patsy Tissier, Aquilla Jimison, Barbara Lewis, Fourth row: Belva Johnson, Jerry Adcock, Shirley Doss, Dorothy Golden, Nancy Tillery, Catherine Boyd, Jan Margaret Knight. Dowdy. TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS JANE GRAY .A,.,L ,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, NANCY LARGE ,... SHIRLEY LUTZ .,,, ...,... CHARLOTTE KIRKSEY ....,, FRANCES HENDRICK ....,, BARBARA LUTZ ,,....... BARBARA BARLOWE ..,,,.. MISS HELEN ECKELMAN ...., Members of the Tri-Hi-Y put up Christmas Seal posters. President Vice Presidfnt Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Sergeant-at-Arms Parliamentarian Sponsor First row: Jack Reed, Raymond Wilkinson, Jimmy At- Travis Bolton, Jack Presley Gall lmhoof kinson, J. W. Ross, Bobby Wesley, Jasper Degelia. Third row: John Johnson Second row: Charles Pope, Pat Hurley, Royce Fivecoat, OFFICERS PAT HURLEY ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,As,,,,,,,A JACK REED ....,...... JASPER DEGELIA ....... TRAVIS BOULTON ....,, ROYCE FIVECOAT ....., JOHN JOHNSON .,,,. Vice President President Secretary Treasurer Chaplain Sponsor HI-Y Preparing a bill 'ro 'rake To Austin for Youth and Government are, lefi To right: Jack Reed, Pat Hurley, Jasper Degelia, and Jimmy Atkinson. First row: Fay Guernsey, Dianne Cohen, Mary Worthen, Third row: Mrs. Raye Pegues, Natalie Espinosa, Nita Marcia Crowell, Belva Lawson, Doris Kerbo, Willie Woodruff, Edith Sims, Kathryn Lightfoot, Patsy Rut- Mae Herndon, Patsy Tissier, Catherine Boyd, Elaine ledge, Joyce Vogelsang, Patsy Armstrong, Elizabeth Hosick. Benedict. Second row: Billie Holland, Fay Johnson, Anita Culpep- per, Mary Chote, Shirley Wilson, Melba Sims, Ruby Yarbrough, Betty Thornton, Dayle Oliver. FUTURE NURSES SGUTT1. DORIS KERBO ......,. OFFICERS BILLIE HOLLAND ....,,.. MARCIA CROWELL JOYCE VOGELSANG MRS. RAYE PEGUES Forest Future Nurses learn about their chosen career by visiting the Health Mu- Vice Chairman Chairman Secretary Treasurer Sponsor First row: Roy Randolph, Mary Koller, Barbara George, Third row: C. V. Goodman Paul McDonald Kendell Carol Smith, Raymond Wilkinson. McAbee, Norman Mrnsky Ronnie Eaves Bobby Bur ris, Leroy Hooten Second row: Ola Gregson, James Thomas, Billy John- son, Jean Harrison, Willie Walls, John Emmett, Rich- Fourth row: Norman Hood Norman Davis Herbert ard Lunsford. Tucker. ROY RANDOLPH OFFICERS RAYMOND WILKINSON ..,... ..,,,. V ice CAROL SMITH .... BARBARA GEORGE ...... MARY KOLLER .,,........ C. V. GOODMAN Learning how To operate a motion pic- CINEMA CLUB President President Secretary Treasurer Recorder Sponsor Ture machine are, left to right: Hubert Tuck- er, Mary Koller, Barbara George, and Billy Johnson. First row: Billy Granek, Allen Segal, Leonard Reneau, Third row: Richard Madden, David Wedin, Harry Os- Leon Schwartz. borne, Phillip Bussell, Frank Gillett. Second row: Bobby Goldstein, Bobby Wesley, Joe Fourth row: Lloyd White, Larry Allen, Ray McKee, James Goldman, Frank Story. Harwood, Ernest Embry. KEY CLUB Ship Banquet. ALLEN SEGAL .... HARRY OSBORNE BILLY GRANEK ....,. LEON SCHWARTZ LLOYD WHITE .,,.. OFFICERS The Key Club president, Allen Segal, greets representatives at the annual Leader- Vice President President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor First row: Horace Joffrion, Dorothy Neighbors, James Hatcher, Third row: Clyde Hari, Emmeif Frier. JUar1lfv3 Frlllf Verrlell Barbara Grandinetti, Gwen Looney, Raymond Hall, Manha Harris, EmllY Cook' lVlarY KOOUCBI Marcia Crowell, D0r0fl'1Y Honea, Jackie Sfrnad, Velda Mosley, Ann Hendrick, Margarei Golden, Susie Tillery, Natalie Espinosa, Mervin Aftergui, Elmer Ellinger, Billy Prewil-l, Stone, Mrs. G. May Blackmore. Second row: Leva Ann Satterwhite, Joyce Yancey, Geary Wall, F0Urfl1 row: BUddY Jeffrey, Gloria -l0l'1r'Sl0n, Jane Plersori Barbara Clay, Ruby Yarbrough, Daphine Mayer, Helen Brown, Carolyn Seilheimer, Carolyn Feezell, Don Powell, Don Lehew Sharon Eby, Julia Calvert, John Dailey, David Emmen, Bobby Nunn, Faith Wullschleger, Barbara Wilson, Tommie LU1hel-Jenkins, DeLeon, Leonard Reneau, Welton Wynn. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL OFFICERS JACKlE STRNAD ........... .....,...,.. P resident GWEN LOONEY .......,...,.... ...... V ice Presidenf DOROTHY NEIGHBORS ,....., ....,.,.. S ecrefary SHIRLEY RUFF .,.,.,.,..,,.,.... ,.... T reasurer MRS. MAY BLACKMORE .,..... Sponsor JOE LOFTIN' ,,.....,...,......,.,.. ..... A rr Advisor Martha Honea and Margaret Ellington Take Bobby Nunn's confribuiion To The Junior Red Cross drive. First row: Jeannie Alley, Dianne Cohen, Virginia Mc- Third row: Barbara Stephenson, Claudette Wnuk, Syl- Whirter, Claudine Byron, Thelma Roden. via Reid, Reid Grant, Miss Peggy Lipscomb. Second row: Martha Shaw, Carol Nulisch, Marcia Lump- kin, Patsy Downey. TYPISTS CLUB OFFICERS ADRIENNE ENGELBERG .................... ,.,..,..,,,..,,. P resident SYLVIA REED ...,............... .....,... V ice President JEANNIE ALLEY .,.......,.,..,........ ..,.... S ecrefary-Treasurer MISS PEGGY LIPSCOMB ...... ......,.,...,..,.,.. S ponsor These future secretaries believe in look- ing happy as they type. Firsr row: Louise Smith, Nancy Large, Shirley Lufzl Second row: Shirley Sims, Marlene Coker Miss Rulh Sue Dell Stafford, Edna Cody, Nell Harris, Belva Felfefmanf SIWIFISY DOSS, Irma Wiffels Johnson. OFFICERS SHIRLEY LUTZ ,.,...,,,.,...,,..YY. ..,,,,.,,..,,,. P resident NANCY LARGE ....YY.,,..... V.,.... V ice President SUE DELL STAFFORD ..,,. ........,... S ecretary NELL HARRIS .,...,..,.,.... ,.,.,.,,,.,,,. T reasurer EDNA CODY .,,,..... ........, S ergeanr-at-Arms LOUISE SMITH ................ ,,.. P arliamenrarian BELVA JOHNSON ....,..,....,,. .,........... R eporrer MISS RUTH FETTERMAN ,... Sponsor SECRETARIAL CLUB Miss Fetferman is giving instructions on how to become a model secretary. First row: Mary Koonce, Sue Rushing, Margo Fernan- Third row: Kenne1h Boles, Shirley Banks, Montaz Dodd, dez, Marilyn Price, Ann Hendrick. Adrienne Engelberg, Carmen Amador, Tommie DeLeon. Second row:- Miss Sara Davidson, Faith Wullschleger, Fourth row: Gus Hernandez, Raymond Davilla, Irwin Lavonne Wright, Alice Lopez, Carolyn Banks. Kirz, Nathan Oxman, Joe Goldman, Bill Crowell, Eddy Ball. PAN AMERICAN STUDENT FCRUM OFFICERS KENNY DULA .,...,.. .,..................... SHIRLEY BANKS ...,.., CARMEN AMADOR ..,...,. ADRIENNE ENGELBERG MARILYN PRICE .,,.,..,...... MISS SARA DAVIDSON ,...a This bull fight staged by Pan American members stole the show at the Christmas - party of The language clubs. President .. ,,,., Vice Presideni Secrerary . ..... .,,. T reasurer Sergeant-at-A rms EDDIE BALL ............... ...... Parliamenrarian Sponsor First row: Gwen Looney, Rose Ellen Heimann, Pat Tay- lor, Marcia Crowell, Joyce Huffman, Ray McKee. Second row: Cody, Debra Bradberry, Daphine Mayer. Third row: G Fourth Row: Miss Ethel Masters, Doris Pope, Joyce Vo gelsang, Dan Parish. Richard Madden. FBY -lean Williams. Rl'-3 MCl-CTTWOFB, Edna Fifth row: Jerry Oliver, Roger Somerville, Maxie Thomas David Wedin, John Calvert, Allen Segal. all Ridenour, Elizabeth Smith, Jo Welch, Mary Frances Holcombe, Billy Granek, Leroy Hooten OFFICERS ROSE HEIMANN ..,,. . ......,..,. President PAT TAYLOR ,.,,....... .... V ice President GWEN LOONEY ,,,,.,,.,.. ...,...,,,. S ecretary MARCIA CROWELL .,,,,,, ,.,...,,....,...., T reasurer RAY McKEE .,,,,,,,,,,.,,.. .,,,, S ergeant-at-Arms JOYCE HUFFMAN ......,,. ,,,.,,,,,.,, R eporter MISS ETHEL MASTERS banquet was the play, "The Fatal Feast," AUDITORES CAESARIS Sponsor One of the highlights of the annual Latin presented by this cast. Left to right: Norma Ruth Johnson, Paul Michaelson, Jack Glatzer, Mrs. Zuleika Scott, Hardy LeBel. Helen Davis, Lanette Brooks, Wendell Chapman, Harry Osborne, LE CERCLE FRANCAIS OFFICERS JACKIE GLATZER .........,....... ..,.,. V ice PAUL MICHAELSON .... LANETTE BROOKS ..,,.. "A little more tape," says Don Lehew to Helen Davis as they mount paintings by 'famous French artists. NORMA RUTH JOHNSON ,...,. .....,,.,,... MRS. ZULEIKA SCOTT ..s,.. President President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor First row: James Hatcher, O. V. Shoffner, James Bowl- Second row: Kenneth Record, Allen Luterman, Linda ing, Mervin Aftergut, Jerry Schwartz, Peggy Nichols, Evans, Emily Cook, Dwayne Lindsy, David Sartain, Ima Martin. Bobby Sanderson, Mary Millender, Bonnie Kerry, D. G. Bohart. STAMP CLUB OFFICERS JERRY SCHWARTZ ..,.. - ......... .........,,. . President MARY MILLENDER ,.,,, ,.....,,. V ice Presidenf JAMES HATCHER ..,., .... S ecretary-Treasurer D. G. BOHART .... ...,,.,.,........., S ponsor Members of the Stamp Club add foreign and domestic postage stamps to their col- Iection. PEP SQUAD CLUB MRS. IRMA UNGER, Sponsor First row: Molly Gaston, Billie Touchstone, Sandra Sue Brewer, Nancy Moore, Joyce Rogers, Jane Gray, Beverly Wolford, Rebecca Pardue, Goldie Williamson, Aloma Mathews, Barbara Evans, Patsy Lancaster, Jan Dowdy, Second row: Betty Hindman, Mary Lou Joplin, Mary Sharp, Laurel Sippel, Georgia Disman, Margaret Wilkey, Barbara Johnson, Jean Leech, Jean Johnson, Jean Vick, Clydean Houston, Joyce Yancey, Lucille Curry, Mrs. Irma Unger. Third row: Carolyn Seilheimer, Mary Neathery, Joy Carter, Elsa Diana Martinez, Charmayne Altenau, Velda Mosley, Dyann Clark, Evelyn Riggs, Linda Faircloth, Ann Stockton, LaNelle Vick, Barbara Moore. Fourth row: Rose Lee Hayes, Lois Cook, Judy Moore, Barbara Lovin, Claudette LeBlanc, Shirley Macldux, Janice Walker, Betty Ann Mayer, Louise Andrews, Gwen Harris, Bernice Simms, Marcia Jacobs, Barbara Hager. Fifth row: Patsy Pennington, Geraldine Stanfield, Judy Prater, Carol Talley, Alice Davis, Virginia Parvin, Patsy Wallace, Barbara Freeland, Joyce Huffman, Patricia Vogel, Elizabeth Smith, Nancy Jones, Dianna Henry, Daphine Mayer, Edna Miller. ewan ,szuffsgf:.'-rms., mmeszQememsaweeQzala4sLe.szrfass.s1Qa,sze1ffsmw2ssas:rwere-firsf-wp'ffissvvffaffr l f 'mfr 1 vas,-41-fft-2s,e,:r:iea,,ffm.:wfam1-selfkwaf'fmsa.fwzfffaf-5Itswwe F' wr CHEERLEADERS CLUB MISS LOCILLE SEGRIST, Sponsor First row: Roy Sawyer, Ann Lancaster, Phillip Petty, Doris Howell, Harry McLeroy, Penny Pairsh, Jack Reed, James Em- mons. Second row: Sally Minter, Teddie Hodges, Gail Heising, Jalna lmhoof, Vivian Ethington, Patricia Baker, Lynn O'Donnell, Virgie Minchew, Dorothy Gaston, Gail Seay, Thelma Tate. Third row: Teddie Pairsh, Reba Parham, Joy Carter, Shirley Moore, Frances Reed, Anna Koncak, Janice Rice, Cassie Luneau, Marilyn Miller, Joyce Baker, Lynn Gallup, Susie Tillery. Fourth row: June Cockrill, Wanda Fuentes, Ann Sinclair, Bar- bara Bison, Helen Clark, Beverly Camp, Peggy Stowe, MarA tha Jaques, Diann Taylor, Janice Lowrey, Reva Reynolds. Fifth row: Bettye Stewart, Barbara Clay, Mary Lou Hernandez, Maxine Alexander, Barbara Simons, Sandra Williams, Evelyn Ramsey, Doranda Moore, Judy Malone, Joy Cunningham. Sixth row: Glenda Bell, Peggy Dunn, Shirley Cox, Marlene Ferrell, Patsy Pemberton, Charlene Chancellor, Betty Vaughn, Linda Jimison, Alta Redd, Margie Gregson. Seventh row: Miss Locille Segrist, Leva Ann Satterwhite, Sarah Villanveva, Mary Garcia, Glenda Wilson, Delores Powell, Kay Henderson, Lou Ramsey, Margaret Ellen Gravis, Betty Garrison. Eighth row: Betty Murphy, Julia Zaragoza, Marie Allison, Claudie Lindsey, Brenda Hill, Billie Jean Dowdy, Peggy Rogers, Barbara Coyle, Helen Brown. Ninth row: Dennis Ray Carr, Billy Ray Hill, Fraly Gwoner. sffqgv . First row: Georgette Wilson, Joyce Blanton, Joyce McCown, Third row: Melba Cooper, Ola Graser, Sandra Griffin, Juanita Joan Hemphill, Sharon Eby, Pan5Y Jenkins, Laura Shelton, Fritz, Rosie Vines, Delores Flores, Starr Proctor, Jean France, Julia Calvert, Betty Sue Collier, Patsy Adams. Carolyn Richards, Barbara Barker, Mary Ellen Parnell. Second row: Faith Wullschleger, Carolyn Banks, Mary Lou Fourth row: L. R. Bell, Allan Geary Wall, Jearl Estill, Kenneth Foote, Joyce Woods, Sue Parish, Carole Wilson, Patricia Wright, Billy Grier, Walter Power, Clayton Miller, JUNIOR DRAMATICS CLUB OFFICERS JEAN FRANCE ,...,.... ..............., P resident SHARON EBY ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......,,,. V ice President PATRICIA SHELTON ..... ....,. S ecretary-Treasurer LLOYD BELL .............,.. ..................... S ponsor Here a group of the Junior Dramatics Club rehearses "Courting Troubles." C. J. Woodall, Harold Bishop, Ray Pina, Richard First row: Joyce Blue, Barbara Marshall, Evelyn Ramsey, Shirley Third row: Maddux, Nannie Perry, Frances Denton, Sally Minter, Jerry Black, Bufford Tapp, Frank Smith, Eugene Fagan, Don Caw- Swafford, Don Worsham. thon, James Helm, Don Gray. Second row: Julia Zaragoza, Betty Watkins, Dolores Baker, Cora Powell, Nita Jones, Linda Ticlwell, Barbara Settles, Ralph Looney, Bobbie Johnston, Ora Beth Hickey, Eugene Vessells. ROLLER SKATING CLUB OFFlCERS DON WORSHAM ....,.,... ..,.,...,,,,,,., .,,.....,.,.,,., P r esident JOYCE BLUE ..................... .... S ecrefary-Treasurer CHARLES J. WOODALL ...... ....,.,.....,..... S ponsor AT this moment all Roller Skating Club members are on their feet. Second row: Miss Ina Roberts, Lena Banks, Robert lser, Deon Simms, Barbara George, Patsy Rutledge, Nell Harris, Welton Wynn, Marilyn Price. First row: Sylvia Bownds, Corene Hughes, Sally Harp, Third row: Betty Yates, Patsy Pennington, Rose Ellen Nellie Bass, Belvis Martin, Shirley Yates. Heimann, Pat Taylor, Mary Smith, Martha Murphy, Montez Lowe, Barbara Lovin, Margaret Ellinger. LIBRARY CLUB SHIRLEY YATES DEON SIMS ............ SYLVIA BOWNDS ,.,.. GFFICERS NELLIE BASS , ...,,,.,,,,,. MISS INA ROBERTS As Deon Sims files, Sylvia Bownds, Nel- lie Bass, and Shirley Yates arrange a li- bra ry exhibit. Vice President President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor First row: Thomasann Hosch, Carolyn Plyler, Nancy na Carlisle Gall Rudenour Peggy .loplrn Mrs Eva Reeder. Second row: Betty Lockhart, Tommie Iak, Marylene Starks, Laura Fritz, Parker, Shirlyn Ska Patsy Harrell, Glen EMBROIDERY CLUB OFFICERS JACKIE ROSS .,...,, ....,...,,,,.,...,..... .........,.. P r esident NANCY REEDER .......,,. ,.,,,,.. V ice President CAROLYN PLYLER ,,,.,.... .......,, S ecretary CYNTHIA COX ,...,.........,,.., ..,... T reasurer MRS. EVA DEAN GRIFFIN ,..,, ..... S ponsor One of the many projects of the Em broidery Club is making gifts for Christ mas. Left to right: Peggy Joplin, Betty Lock hart, Nancy Reeder. First row: Richard Craighead, Norman Hunt, Lowell Roderick, Third row: Billy Matthews, Raymond Crossland, Nolan Correa, Joseph Carter, Gene Harrell, Domingo Guerra, Bobby Pan- Gerald McCullough, Jessie Rogers, Roy Bullock, Albert With- nell, Paul Swartz, Larry Leggett, William Banks, Jesse Ran- row, Johnny Ramos, Joe Cook, Jesse Allen. gel, Johnny Calverley. Fourth row: C. D. Crockett, Austin Lewellen, Gleni. Canida, Second row: Jimmy Pope, Wayne Gater, James Murdock, Norman Malone, Paul Driggers, Tommy Howard, Alonzo Travis Stamper, Buford Bednar, Howard Stunkard, Richard Pingley, Lloyd White, James Collinsworth. Story, Benny Freeman, Donnie Roberts, Billy Drye, Gene Sturdivant, Joe Reagan. GUN CLUB Gun Club enthusiasts consult latest Gun Manuals for professional know- how. d N' h l Martelli, Bobby Nunn, Frances Manrriquez Firsf row: Sylvia Roffman, Frances Roffman, Helen Roffman. Secon row: IC oas W. D. Spencer, Juanita Fonseca, Billy Smith, Wayne Miller. OFFICERS HELEN ROFFMAN ...,.... ...........,.,,,,..,. P resident FRANCES ROFFMAN ,.... f ..., Vice President SYLVIA ROFFMAN ...,,. ...,,,,,,,,, T reasurer W. D. SPENCER ........ ,,,, S ponsor ART CLUB Mr. Spencer, center, instructs Nathan Ox- man and Nicholas MarTelli in clay modeling. First row: Jerry Burns, Barbara Cundiff, Renate Mueller. Second row: Charles Billups, Geneva Dobbs, Marion Workman Third row: Johnny Lyles, Glen Ayers, Charlie Woolverton. Fourth row: Perry Bruner, Charles Ventura, La Van Moore, David Foster. Fifth row: Charles Grissaffi, Glenn Culpepper, Tommy Bedding- DISTRIBUTIV Distributive Education is a training program for students going into the retail, wholesale, or service fields. Students attend school in The morn- ing and work in the afternoon. Juniors or seniors are eligible for the course with minimum age requirements aT sixteen years. To be admitted To The D.E. program, students must have a good aT- Tenolance record, make passing grades, have teachers' recommendations and have a final approval by The D.E. coordinator. On-the-iolo-Training seems like fun to These four Foresters-Front: Joe Richardson and Renate Mueller. Back: Charles Grissaffi and David Foster. field, James Koller. Sixth row: Joe Richardson, Bob Hogue, Bobby James, John Koller. Seventh row: Charles Brummett, Jimmie Mercer, Bobby Jackson, Jerry Stovall. Standing: Miss Mary Ann Nugent, D. T. Griffith. DUCATION NINE TRN X4 X3 K f Off To work go Paul Hoover, Katherine Odom, and Jasper Degelia. Front row: Richard Henry, Charles Koller, Jackie Looney, Larry Calder. Second row: Arvell Crawford, Travis Boulton, Billy Jack Jones, Jasper Degelia. 3 3 5 5 ,y 'i ii sl fx is at ll 5 ,K K? 5 xii Third row: Shirley Sims, Paul Hoover, Katherine Odom. Standing: Miss Mary Ann Nugent. JJJJ.. O MRS. PANSY DOBBS Director . Z . . FOREST JUNIOR CHORUS First row: Irene Pina, Julia Calvert, Marie Cox, Luther Jenkins, Third row: Dyann Clark, Neldaio Dellis, Linda Evans, Ynez James Helm, Billy Smith, Roy Sawyer, Harold Webster, Linda Ramirez, Howard Stunkard, Mrs. Pansy Taylor Dobbs, Charles Faircloth, Carolyn Feezell, Linda Seay. Oliver, Joe Drake, Jo Ann Wilson, Gwen Harris. Lavofme Wright, Glenda Mallett. Second row: Louise Anders, Janice Walker, Evelyn Riggs, Jimmy Cole, Richard Villasana, Domingo Guerra, Carolyn Banks, Ann Carroll, Faith Wullschleger, Sharon Eby. . ie. L "O Holy Night!" J JJJ.-Lal Vrf MRS. JULIA DEAN EVANS Director FOREST AVENUE CHOIR "Silent Night!" First row: Jerrie DeVoe, Jeanine Davis, Annette Embry, Paula Third row: Zoe Lancaster, Edith Sims, Jerry Oliver, Unidentified, Hosch, Mrs. Julia Dean Evans, Janie Gaston, Norma Ruth l'lBI'0ld Taylor, Don Doyle, Jimmy Brockway, Harry OSLJOYUS, Johnson, Freda Woolsey, Barbara Ford. Mary Frances Holcombe, Gwynda Clark. Second row: Alice Crawford, Mildred Roushey, Kay Henderson, Fourth row: Gwen Looney, Sandy Mitchell, Linda Horton, Kathleen Stafford, Jerri Jones, Barbara Griffin, Delores Fair- George Logan, Sam Miller, Unidentified, Gary Drake, James cloth, Alvina Webster, Frances Denton, Patricia Shelton, Clover Harwood, Julia Reynolds, Dorothy Neighbors, Wanda Beggs. Burris. CHORUS CLASS SECOND PERIOD frfrsf row Third row Barbara Jones Katy Lynn Luneau Mrs. Julia Dean Evans Shirley Hodges Margo Fernandez Second row Sylvia Roffman Claudette Wnuk Bobby Howard Jimmy Hill Roger Somerville Gary Hutchison George Stuart Frances Roffman Helen Roffman Leon Smith Duane Ethington Fourth 'OW James Helm Barbara George Larry Lewin Don D0Yle Frances Denton James Harwood Dorothy Golden EddY Ball Bobby Knight Joel Wyatt James Perkins Dannell Graves CHORUS CLASS FOURTH PERIOD First row Janice Rice Janet Osterhout Sylvia Cowand Jerry Ann Moore Janice Ryle Mrs. Julia Dean Evans Mary Sharp Betty Freeman Norma Ruth Johnson Freda Woolsey Diane Cohen Second row Edna Cody Joyce Duke Mary Alice Joines Lena Mae Wisely Bobbie Stanley Shirley Ruff Avon Roderick Mary Kennemer Aquilla Jimison Anna Koncak Barbara Simons Third row Patsy Pennington Betty Stanfield Vernon Guynes Raymond Neathery James Cox Paul Michaelson Bill Holton Grady Hudgens C. R. Pennington Dorothy Neighbors Tillie Oxman Fourth row Nancy Large Martha Murphy Gene Skates Troy Harwell Willie Wilson Lyndal Welch Unidentified Horace Joffrion James Harwood Bobby Brandon Jimmy Brockway LaNelle Vick Edna Miller CHORUS CLASS FIFTH PERIOD First row Third row Barbara Barker Peggy Smith Norma Hudson Mrs. Julia Dean Paula Hosch Rita McLemore Jean Harrison Second row Betty Johnson Alice Lopez Shirley Hodges Barbara Jones Janie Coker Rachel Dobbs Evans Juanita Jones Cora Powell Dolores Baker Gerri Jones Peggy Stowe Jean Burchett Nancy Tillery 9'-' b 6 J J GREEN AND WHITE BAND First row Third VOW Bill Crowell Allen Segal A, B' Cody Samuel Engelberg Kendall McAbee Dan Paflsll Fern Paty Marvin Gilreath Doris pope Charles Dean Norman Hood LaNelle Vick Norman Minsky Sammy Crockett Jackie Glatzer Second row Richard Madden Larry Allen James Perkins Willie Mae Herndon Richard Huffaker Gary Kaufman Gene Sturdivant Paul McCown Bobby Farmer John Calvert Raymond Lowry Carl Webster Eugene Paty Frances Shew Standing: Colonel John C. Marshall Not pictured: Randell Rogers Richard Hackett Mike Parker Bill Johnson Richard Story Joe McNaughton Buddv Feaoin Richard Roberts Eugene Mayer Kenneth Chambers Harold Edwards Melvin May Gary Cory Billy McManus Kenneth VanderWoude Charles Johnston J. D. Dukes Wendell Chapman Leon Litvin Harry Osborne Fourth row Tommy Jimmerson Buddy Smith Jerry Elmore Jimmy Quick Troy Chandler Troy Miller Luther Elmore 72 T xkxx B... William McDonald discusses latest edition of the Echo with Patsy Hargrove and Tomilou Symns. FALL TERM FORES FALL STAFF Editor-in-Chief GRADY HUDGENS News Editor EDGAR HASTINGS Business Manager LAUREL SIPPEY Advertising Manager MALCOLM ECHOLS instructor of Journalism ALBERT S. JOHNSTON, JR. First row: Mary Sharp, Laurel Sippey, Grady Hudgens, Third row: Albert S. Johnston. Tomilou Symns, Patsy Hargrove. Second row: Bobby Havens, Penny Pairsh, Cleta Hatcher, Edgar Hastings. W5 t . 'CHO SPRINC STAFF Editor-in-Chief BOBBY GOLDSTEIN News Editor KEN MAYNARD Business Manager JAN DOWDY Advertising Manager VERNON VOGEL Instructor of Journalism ALBERT S. JOHNSTON, JR. SPRING TERM First row: Paula Leech, Janice Dowdy, Pete Embry Beverly Wolford, Bobby Goldstein, LaJuanda Abbott Margaret Knight. Second row: Jane Gray, C. R. Pennington, Frances Den ton, Martha Jaques, Peggy Stowe, Sue Reynolds Jalna lmhoof, Perry Don Barber. First row: Frank K Mrs. H. W. Calvert, Sr., Mrs. Kathryn Staton, Mrs arlen, Mrs. James Sippey, Mrs. H. H. Doyle, Mrs Paul Armbusser, Mrs. T. G. Millender. Second ro w: Dr. E. S. Somerville, Mrs. A. J. Burchett, Mrs E. L. Shelton, Mrs. James P. Bussell, Mrs. M. M. Cook Mrs. R. N. Lonney, Mrs. O. L. Sawyer. Third row: Mrs. H. F. Hickey, Mrs. E. E. Shelton, Mrs. l. B. Stafford, Mrs. R. E. Smith, Mrs. Carl W. Smith, Mrs. C. H. Freeland, Mrs. Floyd Fain. Fourth row: Mrs. John W. Jordan, Mrs. Pat Dickerson, Mrs. Gordan Hargrove, Mrs. W. F. Parker, Mrs. R. L. Randles, Mrs. C. P. Dodson, Miss Sarah Meriwether. PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION MRS MRS MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. OFFICERS J. W. SIPPEY ........,................. .,.......... H. H. DOYLE ......... .............. V ice T. G. MlLLENDER ..... ....,... R ecording A. E. STOCKDALE ........,.,, Corresponding FRANK KARLEN ...... ......,..,....,.... , ........ W. T. TUCKER ...... ...... Miss Eckelman's Speech Department pre- sents a program on "Education" for the PTA. President President Secretary Secretary Treasurer Historian S d W D McNaIl , J. T. Whittlesey, A. J. Burchett, First row: John W. Jordon, W, L. Sechriest, C. C. Curry, D. J. econ row: , . y Gross, W. D. C. C. CURRY ,.....,,, JOHN W. JORDAN R. L. HUTCHINSON E. B. FALLWELL ,...,.....,, ...,,........,. M embership C. R. PENNINGTON ., .,,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,. Finance V, T. HOLTON ,,.......... ..-,. Improvement W. D. MCNALLY ..,.,,, ......, Publicity T. C, SANDS ,,,..... ,,.. A thletics OFFICERS Crum. E. B. Fallwell, V. T. Holton. DADS CLUB President Secretary Program Chairman The Executive Committee of the PTA dis- cusses plans for future progress during a tea in the school dining room. Tommy Moss Raymond Bailey Raymond Hall Stella Tackitt Emily Wilson C Business Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Business Manager Tommy Moss Raymond Bailey Raymond Hall Office Managers Stella Tackitt Emily Wilson Business Assistants Seated: Emily Wilson, Jane Gray, Leon Schwartz. Back row: Tom Minter, Gwynda Clark, Penny Pairsh, Jerry Eaves, Allen Segal, Don Nelms. Front row: Lajuanda Abbott, Edna Cody, Mary Chote, Elaine Hosick, Renate Mueller, Billy Granek, David Wedin. Not in pictures: Jimmy Atkinson, Bobby Brandon, Gary Drake, Pat Hurley, Barbara Lovin, Carol Nulish, Charles Tyler. Forester Annual Staff Q ,' 'r l 32555 5 2 C i Jack Reed Dayle Oliver Sandra Cowand Frances Hendrick Nancy Large Editorial Editors Sandra Cowand Frances Hendrick Nancy Large Assistant Editors Charlotte Baker Adrienne Engelberg Nell Harris Art Editor Feature Editor Literary Editor Jack Reed Paul Michaelson Mary Koonce Associate Editors Belva Johnson Gwen Looney Betty Thornton Dayle Oliver Sponsor Mary Smith Clark Adrienne Engelberg Nell Harris Charlotte Baker Paul Michaelson Betty Thomfon Belva Johnson Gwen Looney Mary Koonce i , f an J fi , ,, W X lf? A I '.L ll. ll First row: Jessie Smith, Jackie Strnad, Bobby Havens, Tom Third row: Ono Rhome, Gene Bowman, George Logan, Jimmy Minier, C. R. Pennington, James Roushey, Gary Drake, Har- Rogers, Billy McManus, Huberi Boles, Dick Mann, Gary old Taylor, Bill Holton. Rainey, Frank Holey, Jimmy Hill, Bob Cowser, Cecil Johnson. Second row: Bobby Burris, Leon Schwariz, Leon 5r1'IiTl'1, Joel Fourih row: J. D. Sheppard, William Ferris, Jimmy Brockway, Wyatt, K. Lynn Ellsworth, Willie Wilson, Raymond Bailey, Von Hammond, Lawrence Greer, Johnny Burchelf, Tommy Carl Smith, Pete Embry, Ray Lemmons. Moss, Jimmy Afkinson, Howard Newhouse, Steve Billings. 1954 FOOTBALL SEASON COACHING STAFF HEAD COACH Left To right: Cecil Johnson, J. D. Sheppard, Bob Cowser, Cecil Johnson and Olio Rhome. K J, yy., ,J 4' ff if ' S - 'ff ,. 1 , f ' 'X 'W , J' 1' AQ L I All aboard for Mount Pleasant. Forest I4-Mt. Pleasant 7 The T954 Forest Lions opened their season with a I4 to 7 win over Mt. Pleasant on September l7. After a quick touchdown by the Tigers, the Big Green came fighting back to score in the second and third quarters. Bill Holton and Jackie Strnad led the hard- charging offense. The defense was equal to the offense, holding the Tigers to five yards rushing in the heated sec- ond half. James Roushey kicked both extra points. WILLIE WILSON JAMES ROUSHEY PETE EMBRY JIMMY ATKINSON RAYMOND BAILEY GENE BOATMAN HUBERT BOLES Back Back End Guard Tackle Back Back Forest 27-Sulphur Springs 7 The rampaging Forest Lions blasted Sulphur Springs September 24, at Dal- Hi. The Lion backfield rolled to over 300 yards rushing, plus good yardage in passing. When it was not James Roushey running, it was Jackie Strnad. Then the hustling Willie Wilson was always good for needed yardage. The rugged forward wall held the Sulphur Springs offense to 99 yards rushing. Frank Holey, Dick Mann, Von Ham- mond, Gary Raney and Don Doyle led the defense. F" ' ' L. Don Doyle carries the ball for ex tra yardage. W , 'I E1 -r-I Foresf I3-CarTer Riverside I2 In a mud baTTle aT ForT WorTh, The Lions kepT Their winning sTreak inTacT by dropping The Ca rfer Riverside Eagles T3-l2. AfTer Two Lion Touch- dovvns in The TirsT half, The Eagles came To life. Helped by Two Tumbles, The home Team scored once in The Third and again in The TourTh. The Lions conTrolled The ball during The lasT Tour minuTes To assure Their vic- Tory. Joel WyaTT and Bill HolTon scored for The Lions. CarTer Riverside recovers a Lion Tumble. JIMMY BROCKWAY JOHNNY BURCHETT BOBBY BURRIS DON DOYLE GARY DRAKE K. LYNN ELLSWORTH MARION FALWELL Back Center Back Back Center End Back HolTon picks up Ten yards on end play. f Fores'I' 32-NorTh Dallas 6 When The ForesT Lions blasTed The favored NorTh Dallas Bulldogs 32-6 aT Dal-Hi OcTober 8, They became Top conTenders for The ciTy TiTle. The Lion baclcfield lived up To expecTaTions by gaining 205 yards be- Tween Them. James Roushey was Tops wiTh 62 yards, while Jackie STrnad gained 60, and Willie Wilson 50. The Lion defense held NorTh Dallas To lOl yards rush- ing. Von Hammond, Carl SmiTh, Bobby Havens, John ny-BurcheTT, and Bill HolTon were sTandouTs. HolTon's passes for 137 yards highlighTed The game. Holton evades Adamson tackler. Forest I9-Adamson 0 Responding To The play calling of Quarterback Bill Holton, a Trio of For- est backs, J a m es Roushey, Jackie Strnad, and Willie Wilson, added up To 368 yards on Their 55 carries. Rou- shey turned in The greatest single- game rushing performance for a city gridder This season as he gained 218 yards on 22 Tries. Key blocking for Forest in the line was Turned in by Johnny BurcheTT, Frank Holey and Law- rence Greer. Defensively The L io n s were led by Von Hammond, Ray Lem- mons, Carl Smith, Don Doyle, Pete Embry, and Bill Holton. WILLIAM FERRIS LAWRENCE GREER VON HAMMOND BOBBY HAVENS JIMMY HILL FRANK HOLEY BILL HOLTON Back Guard Tackle End Back Guard Back Forest 27-Woodrow Wilson I3 Undefeated Forest iarred The Wood- row Wilson Wildcats 27-I3 in the Cot- ton Bowl before 7,500 fans. Led by an aroused offense and a never-die defense, the Lions simply went when The chips were down. Jackie Strnad and James Roushey found a real part- ner in the backfield as Willie Wilson climaxed a tough game by going over from the one-yard line with four sec- onds remaining in The game. ln Their second half surge, the aroused Wild- cats were stopped by a defense led by Raymond Bailey, Carl Smith, and Lawrence Greer. Strnad gains short yardage through the middle. -I - V T. - . .:- rg ' . ff cf- W waz -gg:-11 :cf fn fi f. - f , f , Forest 2 l-Sunset 34 The Lions tasted defeat at the hands of the Luther Hall led Sunset Bisons. Hall ran wild, gaining l7O yards rush- ing. The Lions never quit fighting to keep from being defeated for the first time. lt was a gallant try, but miscues led to touchdowns. When the Lions made a mistake, here came Hall. The Lion offense was sharp, but the de- fense was too weak against the heav- ier Bisons. On the Forest one-foot line Ray Lemmons, left stops a Sunset scoring threat. RAY LEMMONS GEORGE LOGAN DICK MANN DON MASSEY TOMMY MOSS TOM MINTER HOWARD NEWHOUSE C R PENNINGTOTN Tackle Tackle Tackle Back Tackle Back Guard Back Doyle tackles Hillcrest player. 'if52iJ5i'5EF53?Y7ii'iiLf5' :Wil Jtyiiivitf' W 5 Wa' Y Vita ' V -' " " .. f . .L M- :H s Forest 26-Hillcrest 26 After trailing by a score of 26-6 at half time, the Forest Lions fought back to gain a 26-26 deadlock. The defense came to life in the third quarter to hold the Panthers to a 6-point half. Jackie Strnad was the leading ground gainer with ll7 yards on l7 carries, and Bobby Havens and Raymond Bailey were outstanding on defense. A po- tential win came when Willie Wilson made a 35-yard run in the last l5 seconds of play. As Wilson was tackled on the Panther 20-yard line, time ran out. Swarms of South Oak Cliff tacklers bring down James Roushey. Foresf 7-South Oak Cliff 2l With a 2l-7 victory at Dal-Hi sta- dium the Golden Bears of South Oak Cliff, T954 City Champions, eliminated the title hopes of the Lions. Forest's only score came vvhen the fleet-footed Jackie Strnad broke loose on a .spec- tacular 89 yard tally from the line of scrimmage. GARY RANEY JIMMY ROGERS CARL SMITH LEON SMITH JACKIE STRNAD LEON SCHWARTZ HAROLD TAYLOR JOEL WYATT Center Tackle End Back Back B6Ck End End Forest 40-Crozier Technical I2 The rugged Forest Lions closed a great season with a rousing 40 to T2 victory over the Crozier Tech Wolves at Dal-Hi Thanksgiving morning. The win left the Lions in second place in the city standings with a record of 4 wins, 2 losses, and l tie. Both James Roushey and Jackie Strnad made two touchdowns each. Bill Holton went T5 yards for the other Lion score. Back to the playing field comes the team after a pep talk from the coaches. 'B' FOOTBALL , I 954 SEASON'S REVIEW FOREST ....,,.. O JESUIT .........,...,.,........ I9 FOREST ........ 32 CROZIER TECHNICAL -, O FOREST ..,.,... O NORTH DALLAS .L........ 33 The "B" Team under The guidance OT coaches J. B. Batchelor and J. D. Hunt, placed third in the city. The captains of the Team were Joe Sawyer, J. B. Kirk, Robert Raines, Troy Miller, and Jack Gross. All The boys are returning Tor The I955 FOREST ........ 32 IRVING ,,....,........,...... O FOREST ........ 20 WOODROW WILSON -- I2 Season- FOREST ........ 2 I ADAMSON ,....,.,L......... 7 FOREST ........ I3 SUNSET .Y........,........ ..- I3 FOREST ........ 34 HILLCREST ,.....,........,., 20 FOREST ........ 7 SOUTH OAK CLIFF ...... 2l I I First row: Coach Batchelor, Jerry Boland, Maxie Thomas, Roy Tramel, Charles Johnston. I Sawyer, Steve Billings, Marvin Gilreath, Jerry H. Davidson, Coach J. D. Hum' Fifth row: Troy Miller, Willie Walls, Leon Schulz, Jack Gross, Billy McManus. l Second row: Richard Roberts, Clifton Walton, Raymond Lowrey, John B' Kirk' Joe Sawyer, Louis Delkl Sixth row: Milton Berry, Levon Hall, Ronnie Eaves, Paul Murphy, I Hardy La Bell. , Third row: Donald Starnes, Jerry Reed, Awis Tramble, Murial I Lane, Rgbeff Knight, Mau,-ice Luckadool Seventh row: Jerry Bell, Roger Summerville, Jerry Whisenant, Fourth row: Billy Richardson, John Dean, Robert Raines, Royce Walter Crum, Kenneth Bryant, D. F. Adams. I T El 5 I ,J S ,. abil". C FOOTBALL FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST Frrsr row Bully Burkley Bully Chapman Wayne Ethlngton Paul Polly Rnchard Canter Davnd Colllns Fourth row Larry Darby Sndney Shoemaker Earnest Fuentes Second row Duckle Eaves Gary Mace Raymond Crossland, Howard Steward Robbre Phllllps Rlchard Stratton Fifth row Doug Howell Paul Staton Coach Frey Johnnie Third row Bobby Muller Charles Martin J C Olnver Bully Glasscock Raymond Neathery Rex Brownmg CHEERLEADERS I 954 1955 Doris Howell and Harry McLeroy HT T T HH LaJuanda Abbott and Jack Reed eam, eam, eam.. Frank Gillett and Penny Pairsh Ann Lancaster and Philip Petty Jan Parish Mascot Captains-BEVERLY WOFFORD and JANE GREY First row: MAJORETTES-Shirley Lutz, Barbara Moore, Barbara Lovin, Barbara Freeland, Sylvia Cowand, Doris Smith, Joyce Hutfman, Patsy Lancaster. Second row: Janis Dowdy, Mary Sharp, Laurel Sippey, Claudette LeBlanc, Dorothy Vick, Sammie Johnson, Billie Touchstone, Carolyn Crowder. Third row: PEP SQUAD-Lucille Curry, Paula Leech, Virginia Parvin, Betty Freeman, Janis Carpenter, Patsy Tissier, Patsy Wallace, Barbara Lutz. Fourth row: Alice Davis, Bobbie Johnson, Barbara Evans Gaston, Carol Talley, Gloria Gomez, Joyce Yancey, Fifth row: Eula May Arriola, Elizabeth Smith, Claudia Ann Owens, Mary Frances Holcombe, Margaret Wilky, Culpepper, Nancy Jones. Sixth row: Patricia Vogel, Deanna Henry, Judy Prater, Cox, Donnie Faye Riley, Georgia Disman, Betty Daphine Mayer, Ann Dawdy, Patsy Hammons, Edna UONETTES At the right is a formation which the Lionettes and Maiorettes pre- sented cluring the Forest-Woodrow Wilson game at the Cotton Bowl. F "?EEl?'.ffT if57T"ii'l T1.ll?5l,,1l,1i,2Q.: "if-'IQQW,.isik..7e fsmzav , ilaazxmavv-Lt PH r' fxfc'--.,,, fri' V ' 'fWeil''Wflrfiiieii'?AiiGl?iiiw:'5zitiifttdlfftitfbfwf Zfl A Day at the Pep Assembly "Yea Green, Yea White!" In center: "The Captain raised his head," is portrayed by Cheerleaders and Mascot, Jan Pairsh. Art students pre- pare stage for pep assembly. Coach Johnson recounts team's vic- tory. "Allahs" are chanted 1' , as the Lions celebrate another victory. A Night at the Game "Go, Lions Go!" Fight on for Victory!" Another Lion touchdown. to "We're Loval to you Forest High!" "UncIe Tom's C 113.-xii 4f' - ttf - all l 1, xxx. 5 gm- ,fx lfiii p Coach Milton Frey Joel WyaTT and Bobby Williams Try To stop a Hillcrest Score. - sf' li' I Msllfmw-I-TQ FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST BASKETBAL -is First row: Bobby Williams, Jack Reed, Don Doyle, Harold Taylor, Randall Rogers. l I 1 SEASONS REVIEW 57 ADAIvISoN 55 1 43 SOUTH OAK CLIFF 44 i 43 HILLCREST 58 ' 54 CI2ozIEI2 TECHNICAL -- 74 I 46 WOODROW WILSON L 50 I 51 NORTH DALLAS 63 1 45 SUNSET 63 54 CROZIER TECHNICAL L 74 l 52 HILLCREST 70 48 vvoomeovv WILSON -- 61 58 SOUTH OAK CLIFF 61 78 ADAIvISoN 75 59 SUNSET 78 I 44 NORTH DALLAS 48 I N 1954-55 6:3 4' Second row: Coach Milton Frey, Larry Allen, Lyndal Welch, Marion Fallwell, James Roushey, Joel Wyaii, Pete Embry. The basketball Team works oul in The gym Number 36 is Lynolal Welch, all-city player. The white-jerseyed Lions close in on a Woodrow player. 4 "' : - , First row: Don Massey, William Farris, Johnnie Polly. Third row: Coach Bob Cowsar, K. Lynn Ellsworth, Johnny Second row: Howard Newhouse, Jackie Strnad, Lawrence Burchetf, Von Hammond, Dick Mann, James Moore, George Greer, Gary Raney, Frank Holey, Hubert Boles. Logan. TRACK 1954 SEASON Led by TleeTTooTed Jackie Strnad, The Forest Track Team of 1954 senT represenTaTives To The regional meeT. The 440-yard relay Team was composed of STrnad, Don Doyle, Wendell Chap- man, and Willie Wilson, anchor man. STrnad losT in The regional meeT in boTh The 100 and 220 yard dashes. The relay Team finished close To The Top, buT noT high enough To go To The sTaTe finals. WiTh The exception of Willie Wilson, who is ouT because of injuries, The whole Team re- Turns for The 1955 season. Jimmy Hill is also on The Team. sa P ? x X NIV!" 1 i71lN fi 1 ' 1955 SEASON March 1-FOREST vs. ADAMSON, WOODROW WILSON and CROZIER TECHNICAL. March 8-FOREST vs. ADAMSON, SUNSET and HILLCREST. March 12-DAL-HI RELAYS. March 15-FOREST vs. SUNSET, WOODROW WIL- SON and NORTH DALLAS. March 18, 19-FORT WORTH MEET. March 22-FOREST vs. SOUTH OAK CLIFF, CRO- ZIER TECHNICAL and NORTH DALLAS. March 30-FOREST vs. WOODROW WILSON., HILLCREST and SOUTH OAK CLIFF. April 13-CITY MEET PRELIMINARIES. April 14-CITY MEET FINALS. April 23-REGIONAL MEET. April 30-INVITATIONAL MEET. May 6, 7-STATE MEET, AUSTIN. I954 SEASON First row: Coach James Batchelor, M. L. Kennedy, Harold Taylor, Ernest Row, James Smith, Vernon Guynes, Quandon Franks, Manager Leroy Hooten. Second row: Levon Hall, Billy Martin, Marion Fallwell, Raymond Th Wilkinson, Bobby Williams, James Roushey. ird row: Bobby Booth, Stanley Wyll, Don Doyle, Horace Joffrion, James Williams, Pete Embry. BASEBALL I955 SEASON April I-FOREST SUNSET April 2-FOREST NORTH DALLAS April 5-FOREST SOUTH OAK CLIFF April 7-FOREST HILLCREST April 9-FOREST ADAMSON April II-FOREST CROZIER TECHNICAL April I6-FOREST WOODROW WILSON April I9 FOREST SOUTH OAK CLIFF April 2I-FOREST HILLCREST April 23-FOREST ADAMSON April 26-FOREST CROZIER TECHNICAL April 28-FOREST NORTH DALLAS May 2-FOREST SUNSET May 4-FOREST WOODROW WILSON Forest's T954 Baseball Team, coached by J. D. Batchelor, lead the city race for three games be- fore bowing to North Dallas, 4-3, The Lions fin- ished thircl in the Dallas District. The pitching of M. L. Kennedy and Marion Fallwell kept the Lions close to the top spot all season. Led by Fallwell, a number of letterrnen will be seeking the first title for Forest since 1944. f 'T ly jf X. 1-1 FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST FOREST Left to right: Coach A. K. Quesenbury, James Harwood, Pete Embry, Roger Summerville, Jerry Banks, and Bradford Long. 6 5 6 I V2 5 6 V2 3 V2 6 6 O 4 3 5 GOLF l954 REVIEW T954 SEASON CROZIER TECHNICAL SUNSET ,v,,.,,.,,,.aa,..,,. NORTH DALLAS ,,,,.... WOODROW WILSON ADAMSON LLLL.,..L.LL.L.. SOUTH OAK CLIFF ,,,, HILLCREST .,LL-,LL.L,,...- CROZIER TECHNICAL SUNSET .,v...,.....,,,.,,,, NORTH DALLAS .,,,,..,.. WOODROW WILSON ADAMSON ............vLL, SOUTH OAK CLIFF .... HILLCREST ,LL.-.,,,,,A,,,, O I O 4 V2 I O 5 V2 2 V2 O O 6 2 3 I Under the direction of Coach A. K. Quesen- bury, The golf Team had a good season in I954. The team finished in third place in The city. Robert Ramirez led the team. Other outstanding players were Hilario Ramirez, Grady Hudgens, and Pete Embry. The Team lost only to Woodrow Wilson and Sunsef. Pete Embry is The only re- turning letterman for the I955 matches. i ll 'Q -xx' g 41 I -'f ,,.."2 'T'-5 First row: Tommie DeLeon, Helen Clark, Joe Goldman, and Second row: Billy Granek, Erwin Kertz, Coach John Johnson CROZIER TECHNICAL WOODROW WILSON NORTH DALLAS ........ ADAMSON O,..,,,,v....,.. SOUTH OAK CLIFF .... SUNSET ................,... Sally Minter. Carman Amador, and Bobby Goldstein. I954 SEASON I953-i954 REVIEW Finishing next to last in the city series, the FOREST Forest Tennis Team lost all total team matches. FOREST Team members were Frances Hendrick, Mary FQREST Alice Joines, Billy Granek, Marcus Wolford, Bobby FOREST Goldstein, Tommie DeLeon, and Carmen Amador. FOREST Four netters from the T954 Junior High team FOREST qualified for the T955 team: Sally Minter, Erwin Kertz, Joe Goldman, and Helen Clark. .2555 ,Ln--. -u , ,..,. ,. il' . .f - I tl Q D Q , 5' 17 GIRLS' ATHLETIC PROGRAM l Miss Locille Segrist and Mrs. Irma Unger, girls' physical education instructors, take time out. Tumbling is a favorite activity in the girls' gymnasium program. Five sports are engaged in by Forest's Coeds in this order: Fall: volleyball, tenekoit, and bad- minton. Winter: basketball. Spring: baseball and volleyball. Each girls' gymnasium class holds tournaments, the winners of which are photographed in the group pic- tures on the following five pages. In the foreground are captains of each winning team. ' 'Vi M ,ft f f'tf:?ifif'?fiiQf tif, 'S21?"'Z??i2Y?l'5ii??iWVLuff' 'V ' :Ti-51' Tw sie" if Tw-Em To ffl as iff tem, , " wg" W - if 4- f if ? f.. ?lif. ,sf .. , ,T,Wlii'f,vgax , E ??i ww ,LT V, T. atm. 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Wilson, Jeanne Marshall, Margaret Knight, Jane Gray, Bernice Third row: Billie Touchstone, Ruby Trammell, Mary Worthin, Goodson. J, Clydean Houston, Christine Jordan, Gene Skates, Barbara Second row: Norma Ruth Johnson, Winona Harris, Martha George, Geneva Mitchell, Barbara Blevins. Shaw, Belva Johnson, Edith Sims, Elvira Alvarez, Janice rw :ml nl t L I ,W 'lllf , MP4 XBN. IJ X Charlotte Baker, center, scores a basket for her Team. BASKETBALL 1' First row: Brenda Ann Hill, Kathryn Lightfoot, Julia Calvert, Sharon Eby, Charmayne Altenau, Norma Ruth Johnson, Emily Wilson, Judy Blakeney. Second row: Joyce Blue, Frances Reed, Lynn Gallup, Reba Parham, Ann Sinclair, Virgie Michew, Dayle Oliver, Betty Thornton, Margaret Knight, Bobbie Sue Pate, Belva Johnson, Janice Tucker, Wilda Gilbert, Helen Brown, Mary Cundiff, Nancy Starnes, Peggy Rogers. Third row: Starr Proctor, Bobbie Stanley, Dee Pool, Teddie VOLLEYBALL Afvolleyball game is well underway. Martha Shaw prepares to hit the ball, while team members look on. Hodges, Nancy Hart, Jennie Lee Ferguson, Sue Reynolds, Jeanne Marshall, Fay Marie Johnson, Shirley Doss, Barbara Fourth row: Julia Zaragoza, Rebecca Pardue, Emily Cook, Margaret Ellen Graves, Lois Cook, Tillie Oxman, Mary Ellen ParNeIl, Melba Cooper, Pansy Jenkins, Joan Hemphill, Ava Nell Dean, Liese Mueller, Charlotte Monroe. xfgLl""li!x T 9 Q 2 X3 34 tml ii N L First row: Virgie Minchew, Judy Malone, Peggy Rogers, Mary Neathery, Emily Cook, Linda Faircloth, Aloma Mathews. U I- Juanita Fritz, Martha Roberts, Patsy Miller, Freida Second row: Charlene Chancellor, Cassie Luneau, Virginia Con- treras, Sarah Villanveva, Pauline Alvarez, Brenda Patterson, Fourth row: Barbara Poyle, Betty Lockhart, Margaret Gail Heising, Janice Walker, Louise Anders, Julia Calvert, Graves, Peggy Nichols, Anne Mabry, Lynn Gallup, Joy Carter, Janice Lowrey, Judy Coleman, Shirley Moore, Carter, Barbara Joyce Clay, Ann Sinclair, Carol Cook, Vivian Ethington, Bobbie Sue Pate, Peggy Joplin. Diana Martinez, Saundra Wall, Patsy Owens, Shirley Dorothy Moreno. Third row: Dyann Clark, Judy Blakeney, Margie Gregson, Carolyn Seilheimer, Alivia Guzman, Barbara Osborne, Brenda IQ x flu Barbara Freeman. 1 kv' 4 .of ' n ,ffl Lf., g PWM. .. X' l 1 I ri rf, 1 Hill, Ann Cook, Kathryn Lightfoot, Billie Jean Daurly, Gwen Harris, Le Ellen Conner, Laura Collins, Geneva McFarland, Nate. Ellen Alice Elsa Cox, Practicing their newcomb skill are Jane Gray, Janice Carpenter, and First row: Janice Tucker, Mary Marvin. Wilde Gilbert. Second row: Betty Hawthorne, Margaret Knight, Dayle Oliver, Third row: Ava Nell Dean, Shirley Banks, Shirley Doss, Corene Jeanne Marshall, Sue Reynolds, Belva Johnson, Emily Wilson, Hughes. TENEK Ol T 1' These girls are practicing Tenekoit for the coming tournaments. 0 y lu... I . 1 Q 4 T 4- y 1 4q.ngA Q l Y P 1 4 el '4 Ae' 8 '92 Firsr row: Ruby Trammell Barbara Blevlns Belva Johnson Franco Elvlra Alvarez Christine Jordan, Jeanne Marshall Margaret Kmght Second row: Fay Johnson, Emily Wilson Jamce Tucker Andrea Ruih Johnson AWN v 5. Y llq Hlllvl J Es 5 9 yfv. 5-'4 Q4 l A 'F I 1 l . '- K ' U' 'fn ik ' W' AA . M CLA S563 Q55 W9 ' 1 ,., 4 ,' 'S ' Stag gm-J, Q62 Q ffm SENIORS '55 LAJ UANDA ABBOTT Cheerleader: Echo Staff. JERRY ADCOCK Tri-Hi-Y: Secretarial Club: lce Skating Club. LucY AMADOR Junior Red Cross Council: Office Assistant: Clinic Assistant: Forest Echo Staff. JIMMY ATKINSON Hi-Y: French Club. RAYMOND BAILEY Eta Sigma. Phi Award: Student Council, President Linz Award: Auditores Caesaris, Treasurer: ROTC: Na tional Honor Society: Football, Letterman: Forester An nual Staff. CHARLOTTE ANN BAKER Modeling Club: Gym Captain: Forester Annual Staff BARBARA BALLARD Tri-Hi-Y: Library Assistant: Forest Echo Staff. PERRY DON BARBER Forest Echo Staff: ROTC: Senior Class, Sergeant-at Arms: Drill Team. PAu LA BARN ETT Distributive Education. NELLIE BASS Linz Award: Teen-age Library Association: Library Treasurer, Secretary: Gym Captain: Dramatics Club. SENIORS '55 TOMMY JOE BEDDINGFIELD ROTC: Hillbilly Club. ELIZABETH BENEDICT Future Nurses Club: Clinic Helper: Secretarial Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Art Club. HUGH TRAVIS BOLTON Linz Award: Hi-Y, Treasurer: Auditores Caesaris: ROTC: Honor Wreath Society. SYLVIA BOWNDS Dramatics Club: Library Club, Secretary: Linz Award: Library Assistant: Office Assistant: Teen-age Library As- sociation: Gym Captain. MARY CHOTE First-Aid Club: Future Nurses Club: Clinic Helper: Secretarial Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Art Club. RICHARD CHOTE EDNA CODY Auditores Caesaris: Secretarial Club: Eta Sigma Phi Award: Modeling Club: Gym Captain. SANDRA COWAND National Honor Society, Secretary: Forester Annual Staff: Linz Awards: Future Teachers, President: Modeling Club, Secretary: French Club, Reporter: High Scholarship Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Dramatics Club, President: Student Coun- cil: lce Skating Club. BARBARA CUNDIFF AVA NELL DEAN Future Nurses Club: Modeling Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Junior Red Cross Council: Forest Echo Staff: Secretarial Club: Office Assistant: Library Assistant. SENIORS '55 NICK THOMAS DEAN ROTC, Band. JASPER DEGELIA FRANCES DENTON National Honor Society, Linz Awards, Choir, Forest Echo Staff, Secretarial Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Junior Red Cross Council, Student Council, Roller Skating Club. SHIRLEY Doss Tri-Hi-Y, Secretarial Club, Modeling Club, Social Danc- ing Club. JERRY EAVES Hi-Y, ROTC, First Sergeant, Basketball Club. MALCOLM EcHOLs ROTC, Lieutenant Colonel, Forest Echo, Advertising Manager. ROYCE FIVECOAT Hi-Y. BILLY GRANEK National Honor Society, Auditores Caesaris, Sergeant- at-Arms, Key Club, Secretary, Linz Awards, Tennis Let- terman, High Scholarship Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Tennis Club, Facts Forum. JANE GRAY Senior Class, Secretary, National Honor Society, Linz Awards, Tri-Hi-Y, President, Forest Echo Staff, Head Maiorette, Facts Forum, Treasurer, Secretarial Club, Stu- dent Council, Forester Annual Staff. RAYMOND HALL Junior Red Cross Council, Forester Annual Staff, Office Assistant. l SENIORS '55 HARRY DEE HARMON I ROTC, Second Lieutenant, Drill Ribbon. NELL HARRIS Linz Awards, Secretarial Club, Junior Red Cross Coun- cil, Forester Annual Staff, Modeling Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Library Assistant. l , TROY L. HARWELL I Forest Echo Staff, ROTC, Games Club, Gun Club, Drill I Team. l CLETA l'lATCHER l l MARGARET FRANCES HENORICK National Honor Society, President, Linz Awards, Stu- dent Council, Secretary, Tri-Hi-Y, President, Secretarial Club, President, Future Teachers Club, Vice President, Forester Annual Staff, Tennis Team, Facts Forum. GEORGE HERMAN WILLIE MAE HERNDON Future Nurses Club, President, Roller Skating Club, Band, Tri-Hi-Y. DONALD HIcI4s BOBBY HOGUE ROTC Drill Team, Rifle Team, M-Sgt., French Club, Honor Wreath Society. PAULA HOscI-I Student Council, Junior Red Cross Council, Parliamen- tarian, Tri-Hi-Y, Chaplain, Secretarial Club, Typists Club, Future Nurses Club, Choir, Office Assistant, Junior Journalism Club, Vice President. SENIORS '55 ELAINE HosIcK Future Nurses Club: Secretarial Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Forester Annual Staff. GRADY HUDGENS Forest Echo, Editor-in-Chief. JALNA FAYE INIHOFF Library Assistant: Office Assistant: Forest Echo Staff: Cheerleader Club. MARTHA JAQU ES BELVA JOHNSON Linz Award: Forester Annual Staff: Tri-Hi'Y: Secretarial Club, Reporter: Gym Captain: Junior Red Cross Council. FAYE MARIE JOHNSON Office Assistant: Future Nurses Club: Library Club. MARY ALICE JOINES National Honor Society: Linz Awards: Choir: Tennis Team. MARGARET ANN KNIGHT Forest Echo Staff: French Club, Treasurer: Tri-Hi-Y Vice President: Secretarial Club: Typing Club. CHARLES RAY KOLLER Football: Games Club: Music Club, President. BILLY GENE LAMINACK ROTC. SENIORS '55 NANCY KATHRYN LARGE DAR Citizenship Award, National Honor Society, Treas- urer, Linz Awards, Forester Annual Staff, Student Coun- cil, Tri-Hi-Y, Vice President, Modeling Club, President, Senior Model, Secretarial Club, President, Ice Skating C ub. PAU LA JEAN LE ECH Pep Squad, Baton Twirlers Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Modeling Club, Forest Echo Staff, Secretarial Club. RAY LEIvIIvIoNs JACK LooN EY ROTC Sergeant, Games Club, Student Council, Band, Dance Club, Vice President. SHIRLEY LuTz Tri-Hi-Y, Secretary, Senior Play. KEN MAYNARD Regimental Commanding Officer, Rifle Team, Captain, All-City Rifle Shot, Honor Wreath Society, Forest Echo Staff, Senior Class, Sergeant-at-Arms, Drill Team. TERRY E. MCCULLOUGH ROTC, Track. WILLIAM MCDONALD ROTC, Drill Team, Honor Wreath Society, Games Club, Forest Echo Staff, Gun Club, Fire Fighters, P.M.S.T. Ribbon, Drill Ribbon, Rifle Marksman. TOM MINTER Senior Class, Treasurer, Football, Baseball, Cinema Club. TOMMY Moss Senior Class, Parliamentarian, Forest Echo Staff, For- ester Annual Statf, Key Club, Dallas Historical Society, Hi-Y, ROTC Band, Dance Band, Football, Auditores Caesaris, Parliamentarian, Student Council. SENIORS '55 RENATE MUELLER Typists Club, Forester Annual Staff, Gym Captain MARTHA DELILA MURPHY Tri-Hi4Y, Modeling Club, Library Assistant, Junior Red Cross Council. BOBBY NASH DON NELMS Linz Award, ROTC, Honor Wreath Society, Forester Annual Staff, Fire Fighters, Drill Team, Gun Club, Drill Ribbon. HARRY A. OSBORNE Key Club, International Trustee, President, Student Council, Vice President, High Scholarship Club, Treasurer, Linz Awards, Junior Rotarian, Drum Major, Senior Schol- astic Quiz Award. PENNY PAIRSH V Cheerleader, National Honor Society, Linz Award, Tri-Hi-Y, Echo Staff. C. R. PENNINGTON Forest Echo Staff, Football, Track, Key Club, ROTC Band. ROY RANDOLPH ROTC, Cinema Club, President, Drill Team. JACK REED Linz Award, Cheerleader, Senior Class, President, Hi-Y, Vice President, Student Council, Basketball, Allied Arts, First Prize, Scholastic Award, Fire Fighters, Forester Annual Staff. JULIA SUE REYNOLDS Gym Captain, Choir, Forest Echo Staff, Cheerleaders Club, Modeling Club, Library Assistant, Typists Club. SENIORS '55 WARREN REYNOLDS JOE RICHARDSON ROBERT RIDENOUR JAMES ROUSHEY Football, Letterman, Baseball, Letterman, Choir. LEON G. SCHWARTZ Senior Class, Vice President, Key Club, Treasurer, Audi- tores Caesaris, Honor Wreath Society, ROTC, Football Letterman, Track. ALLEN TEVIS SEGAL Key Club, President, Auditores Caesaris, Vice Presi- dent, ROTC Band, Captain, Linz Awards, Junior Rotar- ian, Student Council, National Honor Society, Vice Presi- dent, Fire Fighters, One-Act Play. JAMES SETTLES ROTC, Drill Team, Fire Fighters. LAUREL SIPPEY Maiorette, Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, Lionettes Club, Forest Echo Staff. JUDY STATMAN High Scholarship Club, Dallas Historical Society Treasurer, Senior High Dramatics Club, Pan American Student Forum, Junior Y-Teens. MARILYN ARNETTA STEGALL Linz Award, Tri-Hi-Y, Pan American Student Forum Secretary, Secretarial Club. 1 SENIORS '55 PEGGY STOWE CHARLES TYLER ROTC, First Lieutenant: Gun Club: Drill Team: Drill Ribbon. DOROTHY JEAN VICK Maiorette: Baton Twirlers Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Forest Echo Staff: Junior'Red Cross Council: Modeling Club: Office Assistant: Secretarial Club: Library Club. STAR VILLASANA Tri-Hi-Y: Library Assistant: Junior Red Cross Council: Gym Captain, Tennis Club. VERNON KENNETH VOGEL Forest Echo Staff. CARRIE WAGLIARDO BOBBY WILLIAMS Basketball Club: Baseball Club. EMILY WILSON Linz Award: Forester Annual Staff: High Scholarship Club: Tri-Hi-Y: Ice Skating Club: Gym Captain: Future Teachers Club, Secretary: Modeling Club, Vice President: Tennis Club: Office Assistant: First-Aid Club. IRNIA WITTELS Tri-Hi-Y, Sergeant-at-Arms: Secretarial Club: Linz Awards. BEVERLY JEAN WOLFORD Student Council, Treasurer: Forest Echo Staff, Feature Editor: Head Maiorette: National Republic Essay Contest, Second Place Winner: Tri-Hi-Y: Lionettes Co-Captain: Sec- retarial Club. SHIRLEY YATES June '55 Dramatics Club, Library Club, President, Library As- sistant, Teen-age Library Association, Office Assistant, Gym Captain. l I SENIORS 56 ELIZABETH ANN ALLEN RAYMOND DAVILLA, JR. Pan American Student Forum, ROTC. JAN DOWDY Linz Awards, High Scholarship Club, Maiorette, Forest Echo Staff, Tri-Hi-Y, Office Assistant, Gym Captain, Baton Twirlers Club. FRANK GILLETT Pan American Student Forum, President, Cheerleader, Key Club, Fire Fighters, Dallas Historical Society. JACK GRAY CHARLES GRISSAEIII ROSE ELLEN HEIMANN National Honor Society, Linz Awards, High Scholarship Club, Auditores Caesaris, President, Library Assistant, Dramatics Club, Vice President, Swimming Club, Gym Captain. CORENE HUGHES Library Assistant, Hostess Club, Secretary, Library Club, Cinema Club. GWENDOLYN EMILY LooNEY Junior Red Cross Council, President, High Scholarship Club, Auditores Caesaris, Secretary, Choir, Linz Award, Dallas Historical Society, Treasurer, Linz Bible Award. SENIORS '56 JEANNE MARIE MARSHALL Gym Captain: Typists Club, Treasurer: Tri-Hi-Y: Office Assistant. PAUL MICHAELSON Linz Awards: Linz Bible Award: Forester Annual' Staff: Student Council: Dallas Historical Society, President: High Scholarship Club, President: Le Cercle Francais, Vice President. ANN OWEN Pep Squad: Roller Skating Club: Baton Twirlers Club Library Club. TILLIE OXMAN Dallas Historical Society: Junior Red Cross Council Secretary: Tennis Club: Student Council: Hostess Club Red Cross Award. FRANCES ROFFMAN Art Club, Vice President: Gym Captain: Skating Club HELEN ROFFMAN Art Club, President: Secretarial Club: Skating Club ROSE MARIE ScoTcH Dallas Historical Society: Skating Club: Office As sistant. FRANK STORY Key Club: Dallas Historical Society, Sergeant-at-Arms Pan American Student Forum: Fire Fighters. PAT ANN TAYLOR National Honor Society: Linz Award: Bible Linz Award High Scholarship Club: Auditores Caesaris, Vice Presi dent: Dallas Historical Society, President: Library As sistant: Dramatics Club. BETTY RUTH WALKER 1 edu Left To right: JACK REED President LEON SCHWARTZ Vice President JANE GRAY Secretary TOM MINTER Treasurer TOMMY MOSS Parliamenfarian PERRY DON BARBER Sergeant-af-Arms KEN MAYNARD Sergeant-at-Arms 5 Sf Mx Ywroeq BOXES BYOCXLNN ax, P errxf Brunei Borrow Bmdoexx Aerw 'NWS X ?Yx'rXYxp 50556 JUN . 3- W - 45Q1"5,,7v' , '- " Z: , r ,V X It ff , ,, 4' .sf L r - , g.f',g,Q'5 'L ,yay 5, X A :wfwwz ,W 11 ' '23 V ' fb. 'Wi 'W b Q-'W ' 'ff . f aff 72-:Iv ' - v , . ,,-. , , , , is ,. ,,,, - ', wr .,,f,f,, K Wg' - , ' f me lr mf- If ,gr , f f! , :Guia-M 1' f .,,, HM, f, A f ya, a '- . . 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How ard New 'KN OYN er J xmeau house OXN er 0aqXe r'xa V er el orrvron Nxa Bekw 'WN T Orfxmke Dekeorw MONG1 Dodd CvXorKa Gomez Barbara vXarweX Barbara Henry Barbara Lovkn JUNIORS . Will ' 5-7l'ffgi lllmjalfs enny Wylvlfgon Mr. Boulton demonstrates to Pat Lancaster, Lawrence Greer, and Gypsy West how an induction coil op- erates a spark plug. June '57 Jean Burchelt David Busch Claudine Byron Louise Calhoun John Calvert Troy Chandler Gvvynda Clark Shirley Cole Carolyn Crowder SOPHOMORES Patsy Armstrong Peggy Blackwood Jean Bogue Mary Lou Boshears Catherine Boyd Jo Ann Bucher i ",-'- rff- s fiflf' F3391 L' SOPHOMORES Helen Culpepper Helen Davis Norman Davis Louis Delk Robert Dudley Arthur Duke H5441 4 -ll- a ,i " f-ini, -.f,f1w, ,151 - . i . z -1-:jig rfzziv,-faf, Lf: ,. ,. xg : 1. f , .LL K Xi' ' " 5 ' '5?Iiz,'t,'Z',,. ,pi ,l ' 453, f- , Lligii-kgs? L' .. - l - D D - at l ' ' liei Annette Louise LaNell Fa rles Scotty Farris Barbara Ford Betty Freeman Molly Gaston Edward Gross Jack Gross Fay Guernsey Doug Howell Joyce Huffman Gary Hutchison Marcia Louise Jacobs Billy Johnson Francis Johnson Glenda Johnson Mary Kennemer Doris Kerbo SOPHOMORES Charles HaTley Don Louis Henderson Kay Henderson Billie Holland Marfha Honea Linda Horton was :Q 1.-gf l 'I fv flff LEX 'Fi - 'i X- .Ein :Jia -I Eff? SQ -' fffz' . 4 SOPHOMORES Robert Knight Mary Koller Marcia Lumpkin Charles Martin PaTsy McDaniel Sue McMillan -if i Virginia McWhirTer Sally Minfer Barbara Moore Raymond Nearhery Jerry Oliver Tedclie Pairsh Mike Parker Jerry Priesf Dianne Priveff 1 it gig K ok, Sandra Simons Edith Sims Leo Sims Shirley Ann Sims Claudia Smith Roger Somerville Bobby Sfanley Danny Sfrafher Nancy Tillery lf SOPHOMORES Gary Raney Ranclell Rogers Joe Sawyer Norma SCOTT Frances Shevv David Shindoll SOPHOMORES Patsy Tissier Royce Trarnel LaNelI Vick Carmen Wagliardo Lena Mae Wisely Nita Woodruff January '58 Bobby Wortham Patricia Jean Baker Melvin Barry Jerry Boland A. B. Cooly Charles Harmon Frances Manrriquez Daphine Mayer James Moore I36 Tony Ramirez Sylvia Roffman James Thomas Norma Jean Williams Robert Knight proves Two triangles congruent to Olita Bass, Jimmy Hill, Allen Lewis, and Janet Osterhout while Mr. Shepherd watches. Mr. Loftin gives tips on design to lna Mae Haley, Dennis Carr, Billy Hill, Hazel Dardeman, and Mary Wagliardo. may W FRESHMAN CLASS June '58 Carole Austin Eddie Ball Wanda Beggs Donald Billups Debra Bradberry Kenneth Brisendine Elizabeth Ann Brown Billy Burkley Clover Burris Johnny Calverly Bobbie Cameron Janet Carpenter Ann Carroll Saondra Clark Betty Sue Collier James Conner Jackie Cox Marie Coxe Lenoria Crawford Alice Davis ...ln-., Wt 'X - 92 0 A gil Q-35. A L L . -. 'fi' , if S12 1 Ann Dawdy Patricia Dawson Tony Delarosa Georgia Disman Billy Drye J. Harold Edwards Margaret Ellinger iqf-gt - - .. . f k . sssrr S J is L W' fsrrf I " fx.. . Q iL,y,f:. f ifllili K fs, a if 1- ' M kg, W ,Ti ,,k.k L, J V, , , 1 7 Y 5, I f. ,V ..Vk .fri L l l L this gg 2 my lei "Q, fly at his Mx I38 l 3 ' if-' t""!', My Bobbie Johnston Mary Joplin Charles Kiser Anna Koncak Rozalee Kubala Don Lehew Crayton Lewellen Larry Lewin 5 sta :- ,M sp A N2 F ooii -L ua Nm! , ' -:V f FRESHMAN CLASS June '58 John Emmett David Ethington Marlene Ferrell Jean France Janell Franklin Laura Fritz Epsie Gacldis Janie Gaston John Wayne Gilliland Johnny Glasscock Don Gray Brooks Griffin Sally Harp Deanna Henry Ora Beth Hickey Mary Frances Holcombe Beautorcl Hopkins Neta Hunter Gerrie Sue lrvin Barbara Johnson s J J , , , . si , -H.'SiE:4i'::-: L W M L a 2 2 V L are F., 5+ fx Q H L at AW Y 'lf ff X it El A ' FRESHMAN CLASS June '58 Horner Lightfoot Donald Lindert Barbara Marshall Shirley Marvin Weldon Paul McCown Rita McLemore Sue McNally Henry Meade Carol Meggs Clayton Miller Nancy Moore Dale Morgan Onita Newell Harvey Nix Bobby Nunn Sue Parish Frances Patterson Fern Paty LaRue Pendley Carolyn Plyler he W f V v ic 5k4k' Q ,QPV , 'L ,n ,r js, G 1' E tes' A-, it 7 'l'r W j AE .2- -N -- fll'ffi'1i'-f if Ll P - ti f R. f -.-,'r-- ., rr iii ,Q -: ' , . C S M ' S ' ami H C 5.. ' 7 55" ' . 1.4 o. NWRWN , Doris Pope Walter Power Linda Pritchett Shirley Probst Robert Rains Lou Ramsey Kenneth Record Uvon Reed 1. .,,X sqm, at ,A,-,,L ,-.,l , fs 1 it i E lf S S ,5 1' K 1 ki ,ini Ye! 3 , y 4, vt, ,gg 'ff J' il KM! 1, i 4- 4 1 33' l 1 my 5 'Qi M 3 R sg, Q 3. .' xf' I4O Sandra Williams Carole Wilson Jenelle Wilson Mary Worthen Lavonne Wright Faith Wullschleger Peggy Wyatt Betty Yates FRESHMAN CLASS June 58 Nancy Reeder Gail Ridenour Billy Roe Jackie Ross Barbara Simons Milton Shumate David Sartain Leva Sattervvhite Cecila Sizemore Opal Smith Kathleen Stafford Elmer Stone Robert Stone Patricia Swain Maxie Thomas Harvey Thornton Orvis Tramel Rosie Vines Joann ,Whitton Margaret Wilkey FRESHMAN CLASS January '59 Mack Ballard Helen Rurh Brown Linda Capehart Barbara Coyle William Cross Mary Cuncliff Phillip Kiser Kathryn LighTfooT Shirley Pemberton Peggy Rogers Alberl Wiih row Registration Day . . . Miss Taylor counsels her eighth graders. Da Mr. Hutchinson directs the office traffic while Mrs Brown is busy counseling Seniors. Mr. Whittlesey greets new students on Registration y. Q X fx " Q N "What a lovely engagement ring!" says Ruby Lee Wooley to Miss Upchurch as Uvon Reed and Lona Montrose look on. r 5 P. Frances Rotfman, center, and Gwen Looney, left, read out instructions to Tillie Oxman, who performs an experiment in the chemistry laboratory. l Janice Adams Patsy Adams Maxine Alexander Charmayne Altenau Mary Amador Barbara Bison Judy Blakeney Sandra Brewer Carl Brockway Julia Calvert Marcus Cervantes - Laura Collins Emily Cook Neldaio Dellis Dicky Eaves Sharon Eby R C. 'w Asif A 4, it 'vglillif David Emmett Carolyn Feezell Ray Fletcher Juanita Fritz Sandra Griffin Glen Grimes MargareT Graves Thomas Harmon Rex Harwell James Hatcher Joan Hodges Judy Horn Thomasann Hosch Pansy Jenkins Frankie Johnson Jimmy Kilgore Vladimir Kuloala Austin Lewellan Claudie Lindsley Ralph Looney Cassie Luneau Allen Luferman Irma Martin Elsa Martinez Q, f age 4 ,.,. ' 'N ,A Wm 22' 152 ,, Hg it Wi an by gli? 54" , li ' Y if 9 E 1551 S81 E X 1 its ' :J fx 5 Z if l e A i,.. , I , . gi 3 JW X L A views ii. L 1 ' fu Haifa' gh A . -, -aim sas' 4: ix -ll l1,.Qj5" f ' A an 1 1 ' gre f 12.17 'I' .hy , 'Sz ,V Fai, lmffs mf I s Aloma Mathews Patsy McKee Mary Millender Evelyn Moore Shirley Moore Liese Mueller James Murdock Freida Nafe Mary Neathery Peggy Nichols Charles Oliver Reba Nell Parham Frank Porter Brenda Patterson Patsy Pemberton Starr Proctor Frances Reed Evelyn Riggs Donnie Roberts Martha Roberts Joyce Rogers Ann Stockton Marie Sanders Roy Sawyer Carolyn Se-ilheimer Barbara Settles Laura Shelton Ann Sinclair Billy Smith Richard Story Jerry Schwartz Kay Talbot Thelma Tate Ann Thompson Janice Walker Beatrice Weatherford Harold Webster LOW EIGHTH CLASS First row: Julian Ramirez, Johnny Snow, Lupe Canter, Morris Young, Roger Wheeler, Billy Don Jones, Billie Blankenship, Dale O'Donnell, Larry Bowling, Tommy McClary, Jesse Ro- driquez, Sam Moon. Second row: 'Donald Bishop, Kenneth Oberlechner, Jerry Purser, Allan Wall, Roger Holloway, Ray Ross, Donald Hoening, Gregory Gonzales, Buford Beclnar, Travis Stamper, Gene Allen. Third row: Charles Clark, William De Moss, Henry Powell, James Williams, Billy McMahon, Gerald Morse, Sieven Chavarria, Arthur Martinez, Ted Bogue, Hillis Walker, Jerry Williams. Fourth row: F. L. Green, Wesley Spencer, Instructors. LOW EIGHTH CLASS First row: Melba Cooper, Mary Louise Vela, Wanda Hunter, Irma Mendoza, Mary Helen Panyagua, Linda Gowen, Ellen Poteei, Virginia Mills, Rose Ann Palmer, Peggy Rogers. Second row: Frances Cole, Eva Mendoza, Ellen Davis, Alice McMahon, Maria Vasquez, Mary Murillo, Linda Myles, Shirley Johnson, Myra Cole, Shirley Allred. Third row: Shirley Minier, Brenda McFarlin, Sandy Rogers Sharon Breland, Patricia Higdon, Mary Sirickland, Gale Thomp son, Yvonne Hernandez. QEEA? 1 Skis W L ,A 3 l E , QQ :fx F 9' E Q? 2 as if Q32 Z5 435 wa .Si fi- gofesfer gaoorzfes Elecfed by popular vote of Sfudenf Body 9121? y FpdIfSg Most Popular Girl k7?CZyl2? 0I2Of QSM, Most Popular Boy goresfer gan 01411425 Elected by popular vote of Student Body ,ff f lf,-Aw ,J, 0,1 f fjj f ffm W ZQUGFQ 'NA'w j Zwopnf Best All-Around Girl WdyZ220I2Of Zjdlky Best All-Around Boy ' .2 fm-' . oresfer aoorzfes Elecfed by popular vote of Student Body 61212 y fjjczzfsf Mosf Affracfive Girl ZQAMQ -MIA OI? Best Looking Boy goresfef ga 0 01412195 Elecfed by popular vote of Student Body Qorzb Jiwef Most Popular Junior Girl joef Zwyaff Mosf Popular Junior Boy Jacf gaeeof 939042149 Zwokrof Most Popular WGBH GFS! ,ff .,""""" .Ea JUQHUQ Qqggoff xrpefe Besf All-Around QWUUDQFSHCMP '6' JQCA WQQJ zeoefg wopfa Besf Looking Most Affracfive QWUHUQFSH KM0 M gy . My gqnn Eancasfer jognny Zurcfeff Most Popular Juniors y? 111212 6115? !U '63 Cu Cu VOL. 39, NO. 5 DALLAS, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1954 X Price 10 Cents Listen. . . Lions! By BOBBY GOLDSTEIN Q I HOPE everyone will still sup- port the team after the football season is over. Remember we have a basketball, a track, a golf, a ten- nis and a baseball team at Forest. Support them and I'm sure they will win too. A VOTE of thanks should be given to Joe Loftin for all the fine work he did making paintings, ban- ners and posters for the football season. EVERYONE is planning to go to the Senior Play. I know it will be one of Miss Eckleman's famous plays. We all know every year the Senior Play is very good. lN 'DHIS ,issue read the very in- teresting story on the Junior Red Cross. Every year about this time the Junior Red Cross starts their drive, let's everyone suppogt them. tThrough the Junior Red Cross everyone all over the world in need is helped. "ONE MAIN reason for juvenile delinquency is the absence of stu- dents from school," states Principal James T. Whittlsey. Roaming the streets when you are supposed to be in school starts teen-agers to juvenile delinquency. Breaking windows and destroying DTODGFCY will surely be your downfall. Go to school every day you are not sick and you'll find when vnu grow up you wan -- ' aut Avi worl pany the i at Fc Thi the sl Camp, Patsy ltlary Christii Patsy Cora P Ijaurel Bobie C bcrg, La Smith. Ticket For For Lloyd W tickets sale 33660.50 wa on football a profit of 4 of the sales The mone1 e letics Depar were sold at 4 game than any oth r other games were 'Picket sales will throughput basketball An appreciation is . , .. . ,. ..s.-r urs., 4- nml Lions Elect Echo . " e-'ts Tociay SOON T0 Be seen in the Senior Play are Shirley Lutz, Carleton Johnson, and Gera' Seniors to Present Old-Time On Forest Stage Tuesday, ' On December 14, at S p. m., the Mid-term Senior Class for 1955 of Forest Avenue High School will boy who is present "Bertha the Beautiful Typewriter Girl" an old-time "Mellerdrammer" in the auditor- ium. Yes, it is a. good old fash- ioned mellodrama, with a villian, hero, heroine, and all the trim- mings, Miss Helen director. If you h""' Ecltelman is thc annual Wozencrait Award 1 ,e ii- and oeen 3 box A years 26 per- held an- : Edition, mined by lots. ar 1941 our s were Eve- er Kruz, fol- ,trry Hoffman MZ. By a close othy Lawrence an were chosen. lu Hancock and were elected as , well as Echo their senior class. Paris and Robert osen by 1,079 votes ssmates at Forest. ulian Braddock and. Guynes' The Ord s Hatter weer select- Which the banks 1949, Freddie Phillips 'ied OH is diswp Shawean gained top boistrioushlrish l 10 found Freddie Combs Bridget 053-58 ied to ex-Forester Ray- T119 fllll E115 '- K oojach, making top shelf. can be received only ,ter Janell Hiten, cheer- dience encourages the hero . him, md Tommy P01131-di basket. heroine With their 2-DDIHUJG and - ' ball star, received the honors in drubs the villians with boos. RUSS- - Q! ' 1952, Love, mystery and the immense den' Carl Sf! I f rf Our most recent Echo Sweet- -Dmeqy keep you on your toes, Raymond wlrkmson' hearts we1'e Earlene Fallwell and ioift miss this hilarious bit of en- The first election for the cho Walter Stockdale who won out in ,nainment Sweethearts was held in 1941. In- the 1953 election. ean Burchett, Barb In November 20 at Dal-Hi in special ceremonies ing the Forest, South game, Jean Burchctt and ara lewis, Named Football , Queens Football Queens for 1954 before a crowd of 6,500. Q C. C. Curry, president of the Forest Dad's Club, made the pre- Lewis were crowned as sentation The girls were selected by the football team, each receiving the same number of votes. The four princesses selected were Nancy Tillery, Tomilou Symms, Patsy diargrove, and Shirley Lutz. Jean Dui-chet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burchet, is a sopho- her third year be seen at all and football favorite past- anml football. more and is now in at Forest. She may the school dances games because her times are dancing She also loves to eat, her special being chocolate pie. Iler sweet per- sonality has Won her many friends. Barbara Lewis, u senior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. NV. L. Sochriest. She is well known for her winning smile. Her favorite pastime is Carl Smith and watching him play football. She eats most anything and all the time. Echo Sweethearts OFFICIAL BALLOT One 4A Girl s -ivan vsm- the niatnon olecedl 1 - - s , ., ye' . W One 4A Boy Ofesfer 73 Norman Rogers our frlendly photographer IS a famnlnar slght nn Forests halls Hts cheerful smile and ready service make hum a favorite of the annual staff ln appreclatlon for hrs falthful work we name Norman Rogers The 1955 Forester s Sweetheart weeffearf . -X .. ., JEPZ' ' H E ,alan I Z E T 'fe X., if .J ' Jlgyxr? Q l 4' SEPTEMBER 8 The Enrollment Express rolls in right on time. First stop-FOREST Diesel vs. Mt. Pleasant choo choo. FOREST Diesel vs. Carter Riverside choo choo. 24 Junior Achievement Assembly. HAPPY STOP-FOREST Diesel vs. Sulphur Springs choo choo. OCTOBER 6 This is a day we all look forward to-Beginning of Annual Sales Campaign and publication of first Echo. 7 FOREST Diesel vs. North Dallas choo choo. 8 Junior Traffic Assembly CRule CarD. T4 FOREST Diesel vs. Adamson choo choo. 15 Stop! Look! Listen! Senior Traffic Assembly. 21 FOREST pulls in early for the big game against Woodrow at the Cotton Bowl. 22 High School Day at the Fair-track washed out. 30 First wreck of the season-FOREST Diesel vs. Sunset Streamliner Express. NOVEMBER 5 Senior Express of Flag Pole Hill for Wiener Roast. 8-12 Education Week. 9 OPEN HOUSE CPorters will answer all questionsj. 'll Presentation of the Freedom Shrine Qquite an honorlj 12 FOREST Diesel vs. Hillcrest Diesel. 15 Junior Red Cross Drive. T8 Leadership Banquet CPolish a whistlej. 20 FOREST Diesel vs. South Oak Cliff Streamliner Express. Crowning of Football Queens, Barbara Lewis and Jean Burchett. DECEMBER l Election of Echo Sweethearts, Tommilou Symms and James Roushey. A 3 National Honor Society Assembly. A Q TO CHOIR ASSEMBLY QA!! seats takenj. l 25 Santa tries new method this year-the train! JANUARY 3 The train of school days is back on the track. T5 Everyone aboard for the SENIOR PROM. 21 Senior Day. Seniors are almost at the end of the line. J 21 Dads Club Athletic Banquet is in the FAHS dining car. 23 Baccalaureate Services for the January '55 Class at the First Methodist Church. 25 Crash!! A wrecked train? No, just EXAMS at Forest. 26 More exams. 27 Graduation, 8:00 P.M. at the First Methodist Ch'urch. Last stop for '55 Seniors. 28 Report Cards. Some of us are derailed. GA LE 543' 565' JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE 31 4 18 24 25 26 4 18 23 29 30 1 7 14 22 28 13 27 29 2 4 3 New term, half of our iourney completed. Presentation of "Meet Arizona." Observation car filled: Dobbs and Bell, Con- ductors. Shelter all engines! Atomic bomb drills. Spring Echo Assembly. Brotherhood Assembly. Forest's Rifle team places first in city matches. Billy Martin is first place individual winner. Senior Wiener Roast. Awards Assembly. WE'RE A PROUD TRAIN. Latin Banquet-Summa Cum Laude. ANNUAL EXPRESS GOES TO PRESS. One-Act Play Contest at Forest in the Observation Car. We present "The Devil and Daniel Webster." Career Clinic QAre you to be local, streamliner, or switch engine?j Junior Red Cross Lily Drive Cto please Veteransj. interscholastic Spelling Contest. Music Pay Assembly. Easter Assembly. Train out for repairs until April 12. National Honor Assembly. All-City Band, Choir, and Orchestra. Senior Prom Senior Play "Time Out for Ginger." Senior Day. Baccalaureate. Graduation Day for the June '55 Seniors. Sent away for three months' repairs. HERE'S TO NEXT YEAR! The ride was long, but fun-filled. Here's to the next trip! May it hold as many vic- tories in The classroom and on theplaying field as did this iourney in 1954-'55. ,ill 5 . L Vu 2 ' S., E ' 0 - 1 ...1lr:'7':' A T". gif' ATU 417 'f'-'S--ll y V 91 1 ' "Tea all right!" THE MAKER OF DREAMS Maker of Dreams .,... .,,,.,,.. R AYMOND BAILEY Pierrot ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,,, .....,A..........-.,-- A LLEN SEGAL Pierreffe ............,...,......,,Y.... LOUISE MCDANIELS Director ........................ MISS HELEN ECKELMAN CWinner of Firsf place in city-wide lnlerscholasfic League One-Act-Play Comesfj. Dramatically Speaking "You've got it right enough!" Baby, don'T wait for The moon." I ' fu! Ill , r I I ' M K JANUARY "55" CLASS Presents BERTHA THE BEAUTIFUL TYPE WRITER GIRL "How dare you lay your hands on that girl!" "Oh my dear David, won'T you help your "pa-oore" old father?" "She had not one penny with which To aY'lhe Venlln "l lay mv heart and hand at your feet ' WWMMHYVMW A V f -f f 4 My CLUB SPECIALS X X ,,,VA Q With their suitcases packed, Tommie Tri-Hi-Y officers prepare for the an- DeLeon and Carmen Amador leave for nual Christmas Dance. Left to right: the Pan American Conference in Charlotte Kirksey, Nancy Large, Jane Austin. Gray, Frances Hendrick. Latin Department activities are climaxed annually with a spring banquet. Pictured here is the '54 event. l70 r,.?, The scene opens aT The Ride 'Em Hard Dude Ranch Arizona Torn Tells AunT Lavinia abouf The vvilcl WesT. MEET ARIZONA Presemed By FOREST AVENUE DRAMATICS CLUB and FOREST JUNIOR CHORUS Mrs. Pansy Dobbs Musical Director Loyd Bell Stage Director The enTire cast appears for The finale of "MeeT Arizona." 81 - 7 L l7I Above: These Forest entries won places in the All-City Symphony, Band, and Chorus. They will per- form on April 22. Winners are: Jackie Glatzer, Norma Johnson, Gwen Looney, and Richard Mad- den. -! Wh0 ,S Who! In Music Below, The "Four Hits and Their Misses" are, first row: Norma Ruth Johnson and Jeanine Davis. Second row: George Logan, Houston Miller, Johnny Burchett and Donald Doyle. Graduating seniors of the band are these music makers: Allen Segal, Willie Mae Hern- den, and Harry Osborne. G - " "'9B?f" G lil' M im- - i Tfllpi ,nw L- f fn, A. ,, No 1 ' K. ? S ,fi f 5 asf fl? swarm or fred Q, Ka' .3 llicln lllff lre-rs il lie cami may wifi rr ln Military olrivy ws iz lla Q Billy Martin won firsf place in The Dallas Q Q ROTC Rifle Mafches on February 26. He placed fourfh in The Fourth Army Match Q at Arlington on March 5. '--h--.........,, ForesT's Rifle Team 'placed firsf in The shoulder 'ro shoulder Dallas ROTC Rifle Marches, shooting a Total of 874 our of a possible lOOO. , , r SENIOR DAY JANUARY '55 The graduating class of January '55 are on stage to sing their class song to the tune of "Little Things Mean A Lot." With the aid of his assistants, Harold Taylor performs a bit of magic. Scholarship Winners Forest takes pride in these :lune '54 honor AWARDS ROGER COLEY-Yale University PAUL REYNOLDS-Sears Roebuck PATRICIA MCCULLOUGH - Parent-Teacher Asso- ciation SCOTT ALLEN-A. Harris LOUIS MCGARITY - Music, Southern Methodist University LYNETTE KATZ-Valedictorian, Southern ,Metho- dist University ELIZABETH LOWE-College Club PATSY FORD-College Club SHIRLEY HOLEY-Dallas Business and Professional Women's Club BARBARA SPOERL - Texas State College for Women graduates, who were awarded rtiore scholarships than any other Dallas seniors. Frdnt row: Lynette Katz, Elizabeth Lowe, Patsy Back row: Roger Coley, Paul Reynolds, Patricia Ford, Shirley Holey, Barbara Spoerl, McCullough, Scott Allen, Louis McGarity. January '5 IT's intermission Time. s 3 N in 'rF"! Mr. and Mrs. Whiftlesey enioy The dance. enior Prom X . Foresters dance To The music of The Sky View Band. Z'- 1 ,L Q , 34 ' Mr. Martingly, sponsor, and his wife are guests at The prom. IN THE STANDS "Kick that goal!" 'tllF"X. T 'I' l "AII for Forest stand up and holler!" "And The band plays on!" Everybody up for The kickoff!" The annual staff comes through with their promise of a steak dinner for a Lion football victory over Woodrow. ON THE MARCH Mr. Whittlesey congratulates the Lions upon another win. Mrs. Unger accompanies her Pep Squad and the Band on the trip to play Mount Pleasant. 'U-.4 may J E531-.X MLN 1-1 i i "ff 'W HERE AN Almost any day in the office, Mrs. Brown and Mr. Whittlesey may be seen, as here, counseling students. l Atomic Drill! Everyone face the wall. 4 1 l Mrs. Vandergraff, left, and her staff prepare lunch. l The villain in this picture is Pete Embry. The harassed heroine is Beverly Wolford. The place: the Echo Lab in one of its lighter moments. The place: WFAA TV Studios. i The event: Quiz 'Em on the Air. The Forest Quiz Kids: Harry Os- borne, Billy Granek, Allen Segal, and Raymond Bailey. The coach: Miss Eckelman. The results: a tie with South Oak Cliff. The commentatorldescribes a dress worn by Anna Koncak. The place: the school auditorium. The event: a style show presented by the Clothing Department. A3917 A. B. C. Fence Co A 8: B Furnifure Sf. ore Adam's Lunch Sfand A. J. Burchel-1' Plumbing Co. Ben Morris Jewelry Co. Bing's Barber Shop Bloom's Edgewood Pharmacy Bonnie's Drive-In Burch Plumbing C o. Cannon Barber and Beaufy Shop Cenfury Lumber Co. Cl ' ' oonlal Service Sfafion Dallas Beaufy Salon Dallas Power 81 Lighl Co. 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