Forest High School - Forester Yearbook (Forest, LA)
- Class of 1940
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Published by Seniors of
FOREST HIGH SCHOOL
LOUIS SUTTON . Editor
R. H. KIRKLAND Business Manager
"More wonderful to build a soul,
To have a teache'r's pa-rt
In moulding dreams and hopes that stir
The adolescent heart.
And when they win, thro' stress and stra i n ,
More wonderful to be
The faithful teacher who can say:
They went to school to ne."
It is with deep feel-
ing that the senior
class dedicates this,
the first edition of
The Forester, to our
principal, Mr. W. F.
Almand, who has been
our faithful friend
and advisor through-
out our high school
years. To him we offer
our sincere appreciation
and gratitude for his
kindly interest in our
many problems and
In the fall of IQQQ, when the Seniors first be-
gan to discuss the possibilities of an annual,
it seemed, at first like a dream to them. The
difficulties involved, especially that of fi-
nancing the project, appeared too large to
overcome, and more than once the dream all but
vanished in mid-air. The class realized that a
great task was before them, and, in order that
it be successful, they must work together one
hundred percent. Grim determination, willing
hearts and ready hands served to materialize
the dream. A meeting was calledg the Annual
Staff was elected, the name for the year book
was chosen, and the committees appointed. Work
began in dead earnestp Mr. W. F. Almand, prin-
ciple of the school, and Mrs. R. A. Everett,
sponsor of the senior class were largely re-
sponsible for the printing of the first edition
of The Forester.
The purpose of this book is to express the
student life of Forest High School, as it
actually happens. It is planned to picture, not
only the school in its physical surroundings,
but also to carry over effects of associations
which we have gained from our social ideals
May this, The Forester, your annual in future
years, bring to your memory the student body
of IQQQ-40, and serve to recall the origin of
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MISS ZEOLA ALLBRITTON
Died January, 19110
A beloved teacher of the second. grade
in the Forest High School for nine
Theirs is the gI.ory,a11d the truinph and the rest.
It is ours "to sweeten life by ue1lory,to gladden
life with hope, to hallow life through service.
Supervisor of Music
Nest Carroll Parish
0. E. HUEY
B.S. La. Tech.
Advanced workg L.S.U.
Supt. of Schools
Nest Carroll Parish
MR. ANSE BOTTS
School Board Member
West Carroll Parish
H. C. THOMAS
B.A. La. Tech.
Supervisor of Schools
Nest Carroll Parish
W. F. ALMAND
B.A. La. College
Advanced workg Texas
MRS. SADIE PEACOCK
MRS. R. A. evEReTr
Miss LORAlNE RUSSELL
.S. La. Tech.
Q' U R. o. ROSS
Q B.S. La. Normal
if R ego Science
'fig MRS. R. R. HARLAN
W, Miss. Teacher's College
W La. State Normal
ef Tulaneg L.P.l.
K. D. EVERETT
Advanced work: L,S,U,5
B.S. La. Tech.
Advanced workg L.S.U.
w. T. ROBINSON
H. C. DILWORTH
B.S. Miss. State
MRS. J. D. BROWN
MISS LOTTIE SINGLETON
Three yearsg Ala. Colle
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MISS MARGARET TRUSSELL
B.A. La. Tech.
MRS. MIRIAM EVERETT
La. State Normal
Miss B ssua Even TT
Lower EIementarygLa. Tech.
MRS. LORENA WALLER
B.A. La. Tech.
Summer workg Peabody
University of Hawaii
MISS JOSEPHINE FELTS
B.A. La. Tech.
MRS. J. C. EDMONSON
B.A. La. Tech.
W. L. TANNER. JR.
B.A. La. State Normal
MISS JEANETTE BENTON
B.A. La. Tech.
MRS. DOROTHY LOMAX LYON
B.A. La. Tech.
MRS. MARIE HARRIS
Lower Elementary La. Tech
MRS. LOUISE WILDER
Two yearsg La. Tech.
MRS. 0. L. WISE
B.A. La. Tech.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
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R. H. KIRKLAND DAYTON WHITTEN CLARA MAI OWEN HARRY EVERETT
The senior class! From the very first day of school responsi-
bilities mingled with the joys that are peculiar to seniors only,
began to heap themselves upon the capable shoulders of these
forty-one boys and girls. Announcement was made that the rings
had come, and immediately they were in the wearing. Class meet-
ings were called, officers were elected, work began in earnest,
class day, class plays, class socials were planned and shaped
themselves into realities. An annual, the first in the history
of the school was agreed upon as a worthy class project. R. H.
Kirkland, an outstanding member of the senior class, was elected
president. Dayton Whitten, the vice-president, ranked among the
most likable members of the class. Clara Mae Owen, ever depend-
able, was the secretary, and Harry Everett, referred to as the
best informed boy of the class, was treasurer. It is distinctive
in that it is the largest number ever to go out from the school
as one single class.
Mrs. Everett, kind, lovable, able and effic-
ient sponsor of the seniors, has woven the
class into a cooperative and amiable unit. It
has been through her efforts and untiring
work that this annual, the first in the history -
of the school, has become an actuality.
Nothing ls more slmplethan
greatnessgindeed tobe slm
ple ls to be great.
A jolly word, a pleasant
sml1e.he has themready all
Soft Ball team.
H1 Life Staff.
STELLA MAE ARMSTRONG
The morning ofllfels like
the dawn of day, full of
soft Ball team.
None knew her but to love
her, nor name her but to
Chalrman of Program Com-
mittee, Home Ee. Club.
Few words often indlcate
a wealth of wisdom.
Looks are always deceiving-
Earllne looks like a quiet
Wvolley Ball team.
Queen of the Carnival.
High erectedthoughts seated
in the heart of courtesy.
Hl Life Staff.
Princess of the Carnival.
What's the use of sighing:
time is always flying.
AS merry as the day is long.
The hand thathath made you
fair. hath made you good,
H1 Life Staff.
volley Ball Team.
True to her work, her word
and her friends
Secretary Home Ec. Club.
Kindness is her deepest
R011 on, old world. and I
will roll with you.
Basket Ball Team.
Let the world haveits way.
HORACE fpetel CROWE
Though maybe not heard as
often as the rest, we know
he's there and doing his
King of the Carnival.
Basket Ball Teal.
Soft Ball Teal.
H1 Life Staff.
A lively good-hulored dis-
position and an excellent
Soft Ball Tell.
A quiet tongue makes a wise
H1 Life Staff.
The motto of chivalry is
also the motto of wisdom.
to serve all but love only
Treasurer Senior Class
MATTIE SUE FINLEY
Full of sparkle. dash and
go: she's different from
the rest. you know?
Soft Ball Teal.
A true friend, a good stu-
dent, and a loyal class-
vices-Pres. Parish Hole EC
Q M i - I Us
Her eyes just won't behave
Captain Basket Ball Team.
Cherrily. nerrlly, I go my
High School Quartet. '39
Serretary Choral Club.
Nl Life Staff '33, '40
Do Gentlemen really prefer
H1 Life Staff
Princess of Carnival.
W. R. JONES
The world is a serious prop
osltlon after all,
R. H. KIRKLAND
And life, ly friend, ls
what you lake lt.
President of Class '38,
Captaln Boxing Teal, '38,
Buslness Manager of Annual
Chairlan of English Class.
volley Ball Teal.
Soft Ball Teal.
I have tile for everything
but girls, -
Soft Ball Teal.
It is better to blush than
to turn pale.
H1 Life staff.
I shall laugh lyself to
H1 Life staff.
Basket Ball Tell-
He absorbs knowledge like
a sponge does later
Capt. Tennis teal.
Represented school at Rus-
ton in Hath. and Algebra
Secretary Book Club.
CLARA MAE OWEN
Gentleness is a virtue of
Secretary of Senior Class.
secretary of Library Club.
S. G. PENNINGTON
To be occasionally quoted
is the only falel carefor.
sow a habit and you reap a
Basket Ball teal.
Loved by all who knol her.
ZOLA SIIS '
The least said ls theearl-
Better three hours too soon
than a llnute late.
Basket Ball teal.
If you are seeking a boy
who ls w1se,1oya1 andtrue,
seek no further thanLew1s.
soft Ball CSCI.
volley Ball teal
lelber of Carnival court.
Editor-in-chief of annual.
Very sweet, very slal1,a1-
ways gentle to all
President Hole Ec Club.
Won first place ln FOYBSC
school safety Plays.
A laiden possessed ofwill-
volley Ball teal.
Tall. but his albltlon
Just wait until I grow up.
Hi Life Staff.
Chdiplbh blusher of the
Vice-Pres. senior Class.
First plaeePub11c speaking
SEN IOR SNAPSHOTS
Curtiss shous the girls
a thing or two.
Honest, cross my heart.
Happyls the word for this
'It canlt be so serious,
Prof. and Coach.
Literally a Hsnow-falln
with Harry on the bottom.
Dayton,Curtis and Stacy.
Such snow, such fun.
A group of seniors in
As usual-Curtis and Dick
uith more than a girl a
Louis really can bal-
ance-for a while.
Never a care--Helen, Ina
and Lorena .
Who says Neva didnft get
a taste of snow.
With Quinton, itfs first
Hazel, then Juanita.
This group posed too.
More snow, more fun.
Hazel and Hearl.
Louis and Curtis can do
many more stunts-this is
just a sample.
Let the men do the work.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
ARNOLD CLARK CHRISTINE CHAPMAN A. G. PARKER IRENE WHITE
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
Who says this fine group won't make a good
senior class? They are active and coopera-
tive, and they sponsored a brilliant garden
party for the senior class. Arnold Clark, an
outstanding athlete, serves as president.
Christine Chapman sportsmanship titleholder
is vice-president, tall, dark and handsome
A. G. Parker, a prominent boxer, is secre-
tary, and Irene White who was voted the most
intelligent in her class, is the treasurer.
Coach Robinson sponsors the group.
ANNIE MAE CROWR
RUBY NELL DENTON
WILLIAM W. FOWLER
v . v
A. G. PARKER
The "spirit of z9u0.'f
Out for a ualk,but mostly
Junior 'Uitter Bugs.H
Prof.samples the commod-
Cham-Upeenn of the Forest
Basket ball team.
Just a bunch of silly
Their countenances en-
tirely too serious-trou-
Combination of athletes
and a sissy.
A pose for charm.
Can this be Mortimer
'This group is plotting
Emerging? or is she?
Juniors at work.
Beauty in the distance.
Yes, ue posed for this
Country lassies, pure
Relaxing ajter a hard
HHow am I doing?H
Look out Joe,I'm train-
ing for you.
A bright spot in a dark
Who says ue're camera
WILLIAM LLOYD BLACKWELL ROSCO TARVER
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Wwise as a sophomoren is an adage that cer-
tainly suits this fine group of ninth grade
boys and girls. They take an interested part
in every school activity--boxing, basket
ball, tennis, with never a frown marring
their beaming countanences.
William Lloyd Blackwell was chosen president
of the classg Rosco Tarver was chosen vice-
presidentg Sheridan Waggener, secretary, and
Audrey Lang, treasurer. Mrs. Sadie M. Peacock
and Mr. K. D. Everett served as faculty spon-
SHERIDAN WAGGONER AUDREY LANG
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BACK Row: left to right: Hazel Brown, Hay 0liver, L. C. Malone, Era Mai Davis, Helen
Rodden, Willie Mae Ragland. Elizabeth Hicks, Bill Drane, Muriel Morgan, LeRoy Yates.
5EC0Nn Row: Luclle Mayes, Mildred Largent, 0l1ver Whitten, Helen Sutton, HBCCIE
Kennedy, James Sullivan, Bertha Scoggln, Edward Yates, Sheridan Waggoner, Donald
THIRD RUN: Hell Stringer, Pauline Mason, Audrey Lang, Charlotte Hough, William Lloyd
Blackwell, Lorlne Bolen, Rosco Tarver, Jas Finley.
ABSENT: Jodie Rodden, H. C. Patrick Willie Bell Aaron, Oneal Hotard, Charles Brown,
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BACK ROW: left to right: Woodrow Rawls, Nat Edmonson, Ouida Shulate, Winford Becton
Jerllene Watts, Louise Fleming, Maxine Vinson, Hilton Dukes, Lucile Waggoner.
SECOND ROW: Billie Everett, LeRoy Brown, Winnie Butler, Irla Copes, Artis Kitchens
Hallie Littlefield, W. N. Peacock, Lola Roberts, Nannette Harper, Colvih Mangul,
FRONT Rgwg Howard Lobley, Claudine Gerald, Clifford Lalb, Vennle Bennett Arzell
Brunner, Mary Leia Brown. Louise Catron, Thella Keen, Jales Rider.
ABSENT: Bill Hewlett. Jack Baxter, Junior Brown.
SOPHCMORE SNA PSHOTS
1. Hho says the second team
canft play ball?
2. Notice the technique of
our sophomore players
3. The S0uth's Finest Sunny
Lass ies .
U. A new pass that will win
5. All depends on Jodie
6. Two good prospects for
7. Our good looking, di ni
fied, intelligenta an
8. Oliver ---- good natured,
popular, and a future
heavy weiht champ
9. All look up to Aman
even the buildings
ZO. Not boasting, but the
manager of the varsity
boxing team is a ninth
grader ------ Leroy Yates
11. So saith the boys, "Ninth
Grade Peaches. "
12. Truckin on dom the ave
13. Just, another three the
ninth grade boast of
11.1. You may have to correct
him im the room, u
never in the ring.
15. Beware of Jackfs mighty
16. Judging from the look on
his face he cam put some
17. Even the teachers cannot
pose without the pupils
doing something behind
18. As we turned around this
is what we saw--"Our be
loved principal. "
FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS
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COLVIN HAMMETT U Rum GENE BROWN RALPH ROSS mov BARNHILL
President SQCFQUIVY Vice-President Treasurer
Live wires, these freshmen! After the first
few weeks of bewilderment and fright, they ad-
justed themselves in a great way, tb the work-
ings of High School life. They chose Colvin
Hammett, who has ability and "1ooks," as
their president, Ralph Ross, vice-president,
Ruth Gene Brown, pretty and popular, as secre-
tary, and Troy Barnhill as treasurer.
Mr. Ross is the popular sponsor of the Fresh-
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BACK HDV: left to right: Ralph Ross, Colvin Hammett. C- L. CU111Vef, Wilbur Harper.
SECOND Row: J. D. lilson, Tublls Jackson, Troy Barnhlll, Rufus Ross, Alton Nugent.
THIRD ROW: Hershal Tyson, Harold Bolen, Wilbur Burton. Rllds Carter, Milton Graller.
FRONT gow: Lavelle Hallett, Vertls Rawls, Charlie Garrett, L. E. Patrick, Junior
Berry, Claud Butler, C. I. Traweek, W. D. Garrett, Frlnk Pdngbufn-
ABSENTg W. R. Landrum, Ernest Torrence, Jales Lester, Eugene Patterson.
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BACK ROW: left to right: Audelle Culllver, Ruth Jean Brown, Mattie Ross.
SECOND ROW: Mildred Bankston, Martha Brock, Gracie Hallett, Hazel Morse, Treasle
McGowan, Gusale Holland, T0ll19 Loyd Sherlln.
THIRD Roy: Florine Crowe, Irene Finley, Lorene Madden, Hllla Wells, Mary Hughes,
laudle Mal Gates, Winnie Morse, Fay Hallett, Marjory Joe Murphy.
FRONT Roy: Gloria Roberts, Bessie Stringer, Lizzie Mai Hollingsworth, Sybil Finley,
Mildred Blackburn, Marte Vining, Mai catherine Daniel, Marcall Crowe, Mattie Lee
Agsgyfg Inez Edmonson, Maxine Orr, Cleo Haynes.
Four eighth grade girls
in a hurry.
The home of the eighth
Left getting ready for
the one on t e right.
Lauelle doing his daily
Eight A General Science.
Guess uhich tuo are the
Eight B General Science.
in the large group.
Who made the face.
Before there is a high school there must be
an elementary department. From the first grade
through the seventh these boys and girls fill
the school with the spirit of their eagerness,
their enthusiasm, their youth. Theirs is the
upward look through which will bloom the reali-
zation of many dreams.
BACK Rgwg left to right: Vernard warren, Chas. Ray Jackson, Elsie Hayes, Eugene
Long, Elaine walker, Lamar Haapton, L. M. MaGaha, George Wall.
SECOND ROW: Billy Hay Crowe, Marvin Draughn, Wllda Rae Butler, Eva Jelel Hayes,
larie Centers, Dorothy Keen. Eudell Shulaker, Frank David Beebe, Louise Brown
Henry Ray Prine, Margie Ann Tldwell.
FIRST RQW: Patsy Ann lay, Johnnie Wells, Reba alexander, Peggy Rose Edlonson,
Zena Hell Saas, Charles atkins. Dwahonna Coody, Toaale Halls, Edna Ruth Canoy,
Bobble Fay Bridges.
ABSENT: Eugie Lee Brock, Frances saith, Wayne Hills, Raydell Young, Gatha Muriel
Freelan.----Mrs. Elaine Ednonson, Teacher.
BACK Hoy: left to right: J. W. Yhlte, 0rvlll lartln, Don Stevens, Allie Gene Turn-
bow, Alice Delaney, Dorla Harlan, Martha Wise.
ggcgup Roy- Clyde Ragland, Betty Vinson, Dorothy Vining, W. T. Ragland, Dewey Jones,
R chard Illllaason, Luther Barton, Bobby Ainsworth, Billy Ray Dranghn, Janes lllllal-
FXRST How: Billy Jean laltes, Harvey Williamson, Roy Janes Traweek, Clarence Manning,
Bessie Lee Sanders, larteal Wilson, Sylvia Taylor, Norla Brown. Margaret Harper,
Beatrice Robertson, Nantell Robinson, Glynn Robinson.
ABSElTg Claudio caffry, Vernon caffry, lary HBIGH shores, Con Joller sclaaon, I. L.
Prince, Claudine Sllth, Billy Jean Barton, John Henry Jones, R. B. lay:----Irs. 0. L.
E LEMEN TARY
BACK KQV: left to right: Geneva Wltcher, Dorothy Simpson, Bobby Jean Alexander,
Julia lay, Harold BPOID, E. L. Frith, Milford Harlan, L. Toney, Jr., layne Benton,
SECOND ROW: Gail Chalbless, Bobby Ruth Jackson, Freddie SllPSOh, Annie Mae lells.
John C. Roberts, Glynn Horse, Doris Ragland, lack Dukee, Jewel Spurlin, Gladys
FIRST ROW: lardeania Jones, Virginia Lockard, Pauline Barton, Ruth TPIIQGK, Howard
Wllllans, Carl Dean Curtis, Billy Earl Finley, Bllly Alland, Carolyn Edl0hS0h, Earl
Burton. Delaa lcadaas, Gertrude lilliaqs, Bessie Everett, Earllne Harper.
Teacher, uiss Josephine Felts
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BACK Roy: left to right: Ellett McMillan, Luther Brown, Paul Rodden, Hershell
Littleton, Virgil lcbanlel, Johnnie lae BBPCOD, Hershel Butler, C. L. Wall, Willie
SECOND RON: Oscar McGraw, lanzer Drane, Charles Williams, Benny Catron, Eldred Black-
well, I. Vl Brock, D0hl1d Estep, Allie Lee Martin, Kathleen Peacock, Albert Lee
Ragland, RODEPC Helier, Glynn nassetu
FIRST Roy: Don Crowe, Glynn Wllllals, Florence Conn, Belly Jean Atkins, Betty Everett,
Mary Waller, Gretchen Barton, Eloise Grubba, Mildred White, Louise Morris, Bonnie
Tullos, Elll Jean savelle, Avis Jean lelch.
ABSENT: Willie Dean Yates. Ollie Geralds, Mary Adals, Elijah AdllS. -f-- Irs. Everett
E LEVEN TARY
BACK gow: left to right: Marvin Harper, Herrell shumaker, Joe Drnughn, Katherine
Ainsworth, W. I. Sherman, Lucille Fox, Fay Estep, Bonita lartln.
SECOND ROW: G. W. Mcllllan, Hoover Grlffls, Ernest Glynde Mangum, Bessie Mae Sllth,
Jimmie L. Edmonson, Louise Johnson, Maurlne Barton, Lee Odis Coody, Wllhelmena Walker,
FIRST ROW: Billie Hales. Willis! M. Puckett, Jack Williamson, Lnquitn lccrnv, Doris
Sanders, Christine B9Ct0h, Gladys Rousell, Jean Beebe, Annette Ward, Irene Beebe,
Zelda Stewart, Archie Neal Mclntyre, Jimmie Dukes, Helen Harper.
ABgENTg lary Ruth Landrum, J. W. McLain, Douglas Hughes.f---Hrs. Lorena Waller, Teacher
mmm Emm m.,
BACK ROY: left to right: Wilford Dupree, Bobby Gene Yates, LOUISE lobley, lary Sue
Stewart, Minnie lenrl Jones, Doris Kennedy, Hurrell Bowen, Nevll Wllburn, John Devil.
SECOND ROW: John Charles Skipper, Gilmore Dellncey, Joe Williams, Lottie William,
Anlree Hayes, RODEPC Harris, Maxine Freelan, Ruth Butler, Lorlece Young.
FIRST Row, Clark Hollingsworth, Verlon Moseley, Glynn Tidvell, Wyatt Smith, Carl
chain, Audrey Williamson, Ann Prine, Beatrice Smith, Hazel Largent.
ABSENTg Jolean Ross, Quincey Wilson, Billy Earl Lockard. Geneva Pitts. ---- Irs. Marlo
BACK ROW: left to right: J. L. Tullos, Gills Frith, Laverne Mayes, Rayford lobley,
James Dupree. Nadine Long.
THIRD Row: Billy Helmer, Joe Hayes. Paul Campbell, Ruby Fairchild, Ardelle Forten-
berry, Ivell shores, May Belle Butler.
SECOND ROW: Huey Grlffls. Dorothy Stewart, Uscar Lee Davis, G. W. Mercer, Loyd
Taylor, Johnnie Sullivan, Mildred Russell, K9RDECh Rogers. Mavis Robinson, Ernestlne
FIRST ROW: Edna Centers, Dorothy Frith, Maudle Mae Brock, Nadine Geralds, Hebert
Whitten. Helen Harris, Ray Beebe. Fannie Hamklns, Cletha Mae Orr, Bobby Largent.
ABSENT: Henry Jones, Francis Russell. ---- Miss Bessie Everett, Teacher.
FIRST Rgwg left to rlght:B0th90h0 Smith, Alvin Crowe, Elmer McAdams, Ardis Davis,
Joan Maassen, Syble Rodgers, Charles Rider, Dell Drane, Thelma Witcher, Reba Beebe.
SECOND ROW: J. W. southern. Lester Blackburn, Howard Berry, Johnny Yates, Richard
Williams, Evelyn Hurphree, Leonard Bankston, Allie Mae Landrum, Charles Sellers,
THIRD Row: Milton TBPVEP, LUCh8f Fox, Reatrlce Bridges, Lamourle Bridges, Plorrel
Hayes, Ruth Wilson, Ethel wall,Alene wall, Clotlle May.
A35ENTg Carol Robinson, Hilton Butler, Webb Taylor, Mary Katherine Foster, Nola
lae Adams Theron Kennedy, Raymond Welch. ---- Dorothy Lomas Lyon, Teacher,
, Zola Mae
BACK ROW: left
Alvin Fox, Marvin R. Bancroft, Charles Patrick. Ervin Estep,
Robertson, Jewel Barton, Joyce L. Yates, Lavelle Fallen,
, Rena M. Mercer, Dovie Ainsworth, Ella R. Freeman, James Stevens.
MIDDLE ROW: Inez williams, John Everett, W. J. Hicks, Charles Jones, Fay Morse,
Eugene Yates, Mary Treloar, Edna Willalms, Joseph Womack, Clifford Morris.
FRONT RQW: Lillian Ross, Ann Masters. Willie Mae Mullanix, Calr LEC Eubanks, Manmie
Lee Curtis, Vear Lee Jackson, Jimmy N Kennedy, Mildred Patrick, R. T. Mullan1x,Al
ABSENTQ Nell Easterllng.
Archie Jones, Harold Uraughn, Cecil Gerald.--H-Miss Jeanette
SECONU gow: Ormand Patrick, Imogene Stephens, Orville Howard, Holvis Barnhill, Herman
Williamson, Clifton Wells, Joy Vining. John Dell Dukes, wade vinson, Jr., Bohble
Moseley, Patsy Catron,
FIRST Row: Estelle Conn
Catron. Thella Prudholme,
ABSENTZ Frances Savelle
5505 ROW: left to right
Bancroft, Pauline Brown
Louis May. Mable xiobley
Nona Lois Dye. Margie Lee white, Virgie Mullantx, Jerry
Lacey nrane, Opliss Harper, Geraldine Weller. Wllburn Brown.
Buster Stewart, Herbert Largent. N. J. Smith. --Aurs. Mlriau
Genevieve Chalbliss, A. C. Hales, Pearl Crowe. Mary Lou
Fstus Ragland, Donald Martin, Omah Doris Harper, wll
L a.ea.M T
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ELEMENTARY J W
QACK Row: left to right: Rex Skipper, James Savelle, Ray Williams, J. D. Brock, Jessie
Mlleyh Q. W. Sims, Ruth Russell, Zelma Harris, Uuida Jean Hawkins, Illa Mae Tullos.
MIDDLE Rgwg Bernice Davis, Barney Falsst. Willie McCoy, Jr., Richard Denton, Joyce
Hollingsworth, Wayne Barnhlll. Marlon Long, Jack Everett, Geraldine Doyle, Louise
FRUNT Row: Lucille Lamb. Erma Jean Yates, James Stewart, Efh8SClh9 Crowe, Ralph
Russell. Kenneth ward, Dixie Vining, Jack wltcher, Clara Lee Chesnutt.
ABSENTg Louise McDaniel, wlllls Gerald. -4 W. L. Tanner, Teacher.
BACK ROW: left to right: Glynn sellers. J. P. Littleton, Gerald Littlefield, Martha '
Lou Yates, Willie Lee Frith, J. I. Stevens, Bobble Lee Patrick, Dorothy Brown, Emile
Dye, Shelton Brown. '
FRONT Rgwg Barbara Harris, Yvonne Wilson, Hiram Drane, Thomas Keen, Mary Ruth Roberts.
Earllne Holt, Jean Edmonson, Kathryn Blackwell, Myrtis Smith, Melba Jean Sanders. Y
ABSENT: Bernice Kirkland, Ray Orr, Freeman McLain, Jimmy Garrett, Webber Russell. I
JSS- LU'-her may.,----uiss Margaret Trusaell, Teacher. '
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BACK Roy: left to right: Homer Draughn, C. W. Gerald, J. R. Hales, Audrey Lee
Sulllval, Ray Quarles, L. G. Tldlell, Pauline Waller, Katherine Dupree.
SECOND Rgwg Willie Mae williams, Julla Sanders, J. W. DEHIOD, Harold Chalbliss,
Agnes Ross, Myrtle Llhdful, Evelyn Largent, Flay Mae EVBDS, Francis Pitts.
FRONT RUN: Evelyn MCAdBl8, Helen Hurst, Leon Morris, M. L. Burton, Lindy Parker,
Earl Lee Hallett. Louise White, Edna 0ren McIntyre, May Nell Berry, Ossle Blackburn.
ABSENTg Caroline Adals, John Sullivan, JIICS Yates.--W-Mrs. R. M. Harlan, Teacher.
BACK gow: left to right: Clifton Wllllals R. L. Hurst, Bernice Fox, Louise Dye,
S1l0D Silth. Doris Robinson, 0. B. Harris, H01leS Welch.
SECOND gow: Mable lccaha, Fannie Marie Fairchild, Dorothy Largent, J. P. Ranktna,
Rossle Jones, J. D. Culllver, lelva 1ee Largent. Maglelene Hicks, Lavelle White,
FRONT Row: Betty Lou Howard, Myrtle Burchfleld, Billie Wilson, Maxine McDaniel,
Leon Curtis, Hlldred Mobley.
ABSENTg Ray Dupree, J. W. lullanlx, Doris Lee ThllBS, 7. L. willilll. ---- Miss Lottie
Soft ball champ!
Groudng pains-37 of Ien.
Everybody at unrk.
Gems of intelligence.
Little house keepers.
Just a skip an' hop.
A second Dizzy-Rossie.
Scientists of tomorrow.
Where there are trees
there'lL be squirrels.
Future tournament win-
Porest Jazz Band.
Sun shines bright in
Back to the gay nineties
Ready to go!
Can this be Dixie?
Time marches on.
Confucius say ----
Give us a snile.
Snow bau d.
FOREST H I CARN I VAL
JHANITA OF THF HOUSE DF
BNACV5, C! H l'1S UF' 'Wil
HOUSV WW TURNuR
BLACKBURN, HORACE OF THE HOUSF
A spirit of fun and revelry reigned in the high
school auditorium on Carnival Hight when Queen
Earline of the House of Blackburn and Horace of
the House of Crowe were crowned queen and king.
Heralded by William Lloyd Blackwell and Carroll
Osborn, they marched to the strains of royal music
to their throne, made beautiful with sparkling
gems and glittering tinsel. Following them were
their attendants, Princess Louise of the House of
Jackson and her escort, Lewis of the House of
Sutton: Princess Juanita of the House of Bracy
and her escort Curtis of the House of Turnerg
Princess Gladys of the House of Sullivan and her
escort Wilbur of the House of Harper. Graciously
the Queen delivered her proclamation and gaiety
was in order
LOUISE OF THE HOUSE
OF JACKSOPMLFWIS OF
THE HOUSF OF' SUTTON
GLADYS OF THE HOUSE
OF SULLIVAN, WILBUH
OF THE HOUSEOF HARPER
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The hand and not the head.
A bout with snow balls.
Farmers in the making.
b'ho's afraid of the big
Experinenting with Snow
Future farmers taking it
Dayton on his way.
Practicing what she
A ll se t! Now everyone
sni le .
Ta king li fe easy .
Can anyone guess what
theyfre up to?
Future farmers doctoring a
"Pretty enough for any
page, " sez who?
A cold seat.
They bring 'em inand take
'en out-t ese bus drive-rs.
Why the broad snile,Red?
The Janitor on the job.
The Long and the short
of High School.
A happy send off.
Let the men do the work.
Popular faculty nembers.
'Wee Zloaedn Slay
R. H. Kirkland ----
Curtis Turner -----
Louis Sutton ------
Lorina Hairston --
Myrtle Harper -----
Dixie Tarver- -----
Laverne Roper -----
Mrs. R. A. Everett
THE STAFF AT WORK
The Stafffs in earnest
folks: R. H. is explain-
ing a new idea all his
It took a private inter-
view to convince Louis,
but they agree in the end.
The Staff goes after the
job Like veterans.
Elmer Ward ---------
Ocen Edmonson ------
Horace fPeteJ Crowe
Juanita Bracy ------
Hearl Butler -------
Marvin Lockard -----
Louise Jackson -----
Juanita McNair -----
Helen Shields ------
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SNAPSHOTS OF HI LIFE STAFF
AC last he has than work
ing. all except lnrvin who
took tile off to watch for
the little bird.
ey just won
is H1L1fe Busine
BACK Roig loft to right: Janes Arnold Oliver Whitten, Curtis Turner.
330039 Row: Louise Fleming, Lucile Waggoner, oulda shulate, Lorina HA1fSCOh , Shirin
dan laggoner, Vivian Deralds, Paullne Traweek, Earllne Blackburn, Hazel Butler,
Juanita Bracey, Afh01d Clark, Louise Jackson.
THIRD Rgwg H1201 Brown, HBIQH Hodden, Stella Hal APISCTOHS, Hattie sue Finley, Loreda
Brown, Earnestine Culllver, Fay Hewlett Hilla Wells, Helen DBVIB, Hearl Butler,
Ruby Halle Denton, Juanita Hcgair, Helen Shields.
FOURTH Rgyg Annie Hai Cf0'e Hannette Harper, Dondee Black, Myrtle Harper, Thella
Keen, Martha Brock, Mildred Blackburn, Gussle Holland, Florlne Crowe, B8fCh8 Scoggin,
Hattie Kennedy, laxlne Coats,
FIFTH Roy: Billie Everett, Audrey Lang, Clara Hai owena Louise stewart, Mildred
Largont, Dixie Tarver, Dorothy Chain, Neva Beebe, Hary Lola Brown, Arzell Brunner,
larcell Crowe, Iraa copes, Lizzie Hollingsworth, Charlotte Hough Ina Hollingsworth,
SECRETARY, CEORAL CLUB
HR. SOLON KING
Parish director of Music
Mr, Kingfs work with the choral club has been very interest-
ing and worthwhile. Through his leadership the group as well
as individuals, has broadcast over ILMB on sore than one
JUNIOR HCME MAKERS
BACK Roy: left to right: Earnestine Culliver, LOPIDI ulriaton, helen salute.,
Elrline Blackburn, Vivian Geralds, Hale Rodden, laudie lai Oates, HIIG1 lorse.
539039 Roy: Pauline Traleek, Ina Hollingsworth, Maxine Vinson, Gracie Hlllbtt, llllio
Ili Ragland, llttle Ross, Audell Culliver, Hills Wells, Winnie lorse, Bertha Scoggin.
THIRD 307: Luclle lays yildred Blackburn, '11Il Geralds, vennie Bennett, TOIIIO
Loyd Sherlan, irla copes.
FQURTH Roy: Lorena Bolin, Neva Beebe, Nannette Harper, lartha Brock, Florine CIOIC,
Clara lat ovens, lattie Lee Edl0h80n, liss Russell.
FIFTH 507, Miss Sutton, Dixie Tarver, Dorothy Chain, Helen Luttrell, Louise Catron,
charlotte Hough, lart Lela Broln, Audrey Lang, larcell crole, Gloria Roberts.
MISS AUDREY SUTTON MISS LORAINE RUSSEL
Director of Home ECOh0l1CB Teacher of HOIG ECOHOIICS
Miss Audrey Sutton has been the ca able and efficient Home Econmics Director for
nine years. When she first be an er work here the enrollment was small, but it
has grown to one hundred twe ve students. Miss Loraine Russell, assistant Home
Economics Director, has recently been added to the faculty.
DIXIE TARVER DOROTHY CHAIN LORINA HAIRBTOI IANNETTE HARPER HBV! 53353
President secretary Vice-President Treasurer chairlanof
Parish organization Progrl- col-ittne
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
FIRST Row, left to right: Buster Finley, Charley Garrett, Claude Butler, L. E.
Patrick, Junior Berry, Lavelle Hallett, vertis Ralles. U. C. TYBIGOK, Frank Pang-
burn. W- D. GATPBCC, Jules Rider.
SECQND Row: Rosco Tarver, S. G. Pennington, Ellis Carter, Troy Bernhill, Alton
Nugent, Hershal Tyson, Hilton Gfhllef, Jales Sullivan, Issac Yates, Clifford Lalb,
Rufus Ross, B111 Pollard, Artis Kitchens, Efh9St Mclntyre, Wilder Burton, Nat Ed-
lonson 011ver Whitten, LeRoy Yates, I. N. Peacock.
THIRG Row: lr. Dilllorth, W. R Jones, stacy yalone, JBIQB Copes, T6d Pollard.
Calvin Hangul, Sheridan Waggener, L. C. Malone, Herlan Davis, C. L. Culliver,
Curtis Tullos, Woodrow Ralles, Laverne Roper, LeRoy Brown, Jeles Arnold, Curtis
Turner, Dayton Whitten, Huston Burchfield.
ouvsu wan-'rss cuarxs runnun H. c. n1LLwoa'rH
Reporter Vice-president Adviser
The 1F.i'.A. organization became a part of Forest High School in 1936. Under
the capable Leadership of Mr. H. C. Dillworth the group has grown from the
initial 36 to 60 Future Farmers who are living whole-heartedly their motto:
"Fe learn to do by doing."
S. 0. PENNINGTON DAYTON WRITTEN W. R. JONES JUNIOR BROWN JACK BAXTER
Secretary President Treasurer PBPIIAIBDCAPIBH Watch Dog
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W1sdom,- popu1arity,- w1tticism,- beauty,- these,characterize our school
Take Irene and Harry--they know all the answers,
Lizzie and Oliver--a part of every crowd,
Juanita and Ralph--the life of the party,
R. H. and Rufus--stars of the game.
Others add their charm, looks, friendliness, strength and fun.
All in all, we are one happy family. 5
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W T. R0 bin son , o ne of
the state's best boxing
coaches, has turned out
real champions. Because
he has magnified the sport
purely as a sport rather
than a contest, he has de-
veloped a spirit of clean
sportsmanship among those
who have come in contact
with his training, es-
pecially among his own boys
who esteem, respect and
love him. They say, 'The
state doesn't have a better
R. H. KIRKLAND
N. E. La. Champion
BACK ROW: left to right: LeRoy Yates. Manager,
Curtis Tullos, Clifton Williams, A. G. Parker,
Arnold Clarke, Edward Yates, James arnold, Calvin
Hangul, Jack Baxter, Isaac Yates R. H. Kirkland,
Ralph loss, Calvin Hammett, Laverne Roper, W. T.
SEQOND gow: kneeling: J. I. Sins, Gilford grown
Oliver Whitten, Elmer ward, James Finlay, Rosco
Tarver, Chas. Patrick, ESCUB Ragland, John Dukes,
J. D. Brock, Leon Curtis, Howard Harlan, J. W. Dehhll.
FIRST ROW: I- L. Burton. Lindy Parker, 'Jack Demsey'
lilllamson Carroll Robinson. 'Lefty' Wells, Clifford
Morris. Kenneth Ward, L9BC8f Blackburn, BUSBEE Yates,
Artis Davis, Herbert Whitten, Jimmy Dukes, 'Bud'
R. ROSS I. YATES
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AND THE TROPHY
TEAM THAT DID IT
SECOND Roy: Curtis Tullos, second place winner, 165
pound class: Isaac Yates, who lost a hair-splitting
decision: J. D. Brock, a first-year boy, 105 pounds
with plenty of proliseg Calvin Hangul, 112 pounds
who doesn't wait for judges to give decisions-
Just takes 'el.
Top Roy: 1. T. Robinson, Coach. Laverne Roper who
fought above his weight of 145 in the 155 bout
to aid his teal in point lakingg Ralph loss. 135,
third place lan, and second place North Ellt
Louisiana llh: Calvin HBIIBCQ whose short and power
ful punches baffled his opponents, was a second place
winner: Manager, Leroy Yates was there with goods at
I . fir
A. G. PARKER
The first time the trophy left the east
side of the Macon. Forest brought it
home. With such boys as Jack Baxter, 98
pounds, who has won 37 and lost only four
fightsj the sportsman, Estus Ragland, go
poundsg James Arnold, the surprising 126
pound Nfindu of North Louisiana, Forest
High School could not miss the champion-
J. D. BROCK
so FASKET BALL--BOYS
Y. N. PEACOCK
inny Peacock, Louis Sutton, W. T. Robinson.
The boy's basket ball team of 1940 has
fought very faithfully. With their captain,
Dick Ainsworth, and their guards, Gopes
and Peacock, supported by the forwards,
Dukes and Ainsworth, the team had more
than one interesting experience this season.
standing, but positive,
has been the inspiration
of the boy's basket ball
Rah! rlh! rah! In fact, fifteen
of then for this junior teal. They
take their work seriously, end un-
less we :iss our guess they'11 be
e winning teal when their year rolls
teal for four years.
f my Q 'S
Dick Ainsworth, Pete Crowe, Jody Rodden, Arnold Clark,
Although he directs the
F-F.A., has proved hin-
self e cepnble assistant
C0 Mr. Robinson, and has
added his shane of on-
couragelent and work to
the basket bull,
G. ggqwn c. rvansn J' 60,35 Q. Aruswonra L. SUTTON H. caown J. aonuau
GI RL 'S EASKET BALL
MYRTLE HARPER '
laxlne Crowe, Tressie McGowan, Juanita Mcsalr,
Audelle Culllver, Ruth Jean Brown, Lola
Roberts. Lucille Waggener, Christine Chapman,
Lizzie Hollingsworth, Myrtle Harpen
Honors and more honors have come to our
school through this winning team. syste1
latlc playing, cooperative teal work
unexcelled sportsmanship lade them winners.
They played a good game in every tourna-
ment bringing hole distinction, Christine
leading in sportsmanship and good playing.
The whole team was acclaimed on every occa-
sion as outstanding sports In Monroe. at
the North EBSQ Louisiana Tournament they
really made folks 'sit up and take not1ce.'
Miss Bessie Everett coaches the girls team, and her work
has produced a winning one. she is always ready with plans,
suggestions and encouragement--never misses an oppor-
tunity to give her girls the advantage of playing ball at
home or abroad. She directs but she's plenty fun and the
girls love hen
Irs. peacock, coach, Louise Fleming, Tommy
Loyd Sherman, lannette Harper, Helen Rodden,
Billy Everett, Hilna wells, Era lal Davis,
Hazel Brown, Arzell Brunner, Claudine Gsralds.
Just to be sure that Forest
will always have winners, Irs.
Peacock is preparing this
second team which has already
proved-its worth and its abil.
ity in many junior games.
--SCFT BALL R
H. C. Dilworth teacher, coach, friend, advisor. in fact
a very good fellow to have around. These boys think so
APD01d Clark, R. H. Kirkland, nick Ainsworth, Pete Crowe,
Stacy Malone, Hershall Ainsworth, Herlan Davis, Rufus Ross,
Edward Lamb, Louis Sutton, W. N. Peacock Gilford Crowe.
R. H. Kirkland, Ralph Ross, Calvin Hammett, W. N. peacock,
Curtis Sullivan, Pete Crowe, Louis Sutton, Edward Lamb,
Curtis Turner, Arnold Clark, Dick Ainsworth, Hershall Ains-
worth, Coach R0b1hS0h, H. C. Dilworth.
VOLLEY BALL ----- SOFT BALL
lass Russell's salle gets places before
she does, or how could these freshaen and
sophoaores play such snappy volly ball gales?
BACK ROW: Miss Russel, Mae Catherine
Daniel, Lucille Hayes, nussle Holland,
Marjorie Jo Murphey, Willie Mae Rag-
land llldred BBHKSCOD.
SECOND R075 Halle Littlefield, Gloria
Roberts, Louise Catron, Vennie Bennett,
Audrey Lang, larle Vining, Maxine Orr,
FIRST Roy: Charlotte Hough, Hottie
Kennedy, Winnie Butler, Helen Sutton,
Lorene bolen, Mary Lela Brown.
all sailing their way to vlcto
BACH HOW: Hrs. Everett, Juanita Bracey.
Louise Jackson, Ina Hollingsworth. Helen
shields, Louise Chaabllss. Hazel
Butler, Maxine Vinson, Jerilene watts,
Clara Mae gwens, Maxine Coates,
Mary Knowles, Estelle Hughes. 0cen
SECOND ROW: Dondee Black. Louise
stuart, Ruby Patrick, Helen Luttrell
Lura Jeffcoats Dixie Tarver, Neva
Beebe, Dorothy Chain. Martha Brock.
FIRST Row, Gladys Sullivan, Earline
Blackburn, Hearl Butler, Pauline Tra-
leek, Maggie Patrick, Pearl Peacock.
lisa Sutton, the cleverest of then all and
the teal is ready for a strike out.
BACK Rqyg Miss Sutton, Lorena Hair-
ston, Mattle Sue Finley, Zola Stas,
Belle Stringer, Inez Finley. Falva
Jeffcoats, Irene White, Vivian Geralds,
SECOND RUN: Annie lae Crole, Doris Kit-
terlck, Elizabeth Hicks, Earnes-
tene cullever. Bessie Stringer, LOPOHO
ladden, lary Hayes, Wilaa Gerald,
FIRST Hoy: Mildred Blackburn, Catherine
lerrls, Stella lae Arastrong.
Ready to go! Juniors, seniors, Ira. Everett,
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Marvin Lockard, Horace Crowe, Carroll 055039 Harvy
wverett, william Loyd Blackwell Mr. Everett L
,4fA,4 The old regulars back for the boyfs tennis team this year
' 4 ' included Marvin Lockard, whose determination to win made
l ' him a threat until the last point was over: Horace Crowe,
whose well-balanced games enabled him to cope with the
nest: Carroll Osbourne, who used his head and combina-
X A tion of strokes to out do his opponent: Harry Everett,
-, X who liked the game and liked to play it, William Loyd
Blackwell, who pushed his way to a starting position on
I the team and'improved each match he played.
H. MOBLEY MARVIN LOCKARD
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H. EWMETT Mr. Robinson, Horace Crow, B111 nrane, Marvin Lockard, L CROWE
Carroll osbourne, Harry Everett. Arzell Brunner, Billie
Everett, Louise Catron, Helen Luttrell, lr. K. D. Everett,
Rufus Voigt, Elmer Yard, Lindy parker, Ray Quarells, Wa. Loyd
Blackwell, Buford Robinson, Curtis Sullivan.
Mr. Everett, a competent tennis player, befan a new and
vigorous campaign for new tennis players ear y in the sea-
son. Keeping in mind the record established in 1924-1927 by
Mildred Crowe, a product of our school, who held the state
championship for four years, and of H. T. Robinson, North
Louisiana chamfion in 1930, and Baton Rouge open city champ-
ion in 1935, e aspired to regain these honors. He keeps a
hopeful eye on this group.
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