Forest Hills High School - Forester Yearbook (Forest Hills, NY)
- Class of 1946
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w 1A4l 9 COIVIHUNIT Y
FOREST HXEES EXXGH SCHGOL
EOREST HXEES, NEW YORK
MISS RENEE J. FULTON
During your four years at Forest Hills High School you have brought dis-
tinction to your Alma Nlater. Vve, your teachers, are proud of your 'fine record.
But, with profound humility, we must admit that our task is only half clone.
Vvhile your comracies have laid clown their arms we are engaged in another big
Ioattie. We are about to enter into a New World before all the lessons of the old
world have been learned.
Nearly three hundred years ago an English poet expressed a thought, the full
import of which has not yet been felt in the 'conduct of human affairs:
No man is an Hand, intire of it seifeg every man
is a peece of the Continent, a part of the maine . . .
We look to you, the members of the Class of June 1946, to translate these
worcls into reality. Nlay you he strengthened hy our confidence. May you go forth
with stout hearts toward the One Vvorid We all want.
Vve cieciicate our yearbookto the United Nations Or-
ganization, our sole iiope of achieving' One Vvorici in
which We may iive our iives in peace. Niay this ioooic, a
record of four years of pleasant encieavor, be a symbol oi
our devotion to time principles for which time U.N. stands.
and to time memory of those whose sufferings have gone
into its creation.
MRS. J. GALLOVVAY MR. w. LEONARD
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CL SS HI TUHY
FRESHMAN .- SEPTEMBER, 1942 M JUNE, 1943
The class ol lreshmen slowly ililecl into the classroom, toolc their seats, and
waited expectantly lor the Civics teacher to loegin the lesson.
The teacher leaned forward across his deslc, cleared his throat, and quietly said,
Wllodayys lesson, hoys and girls, will deal with the early achievements of that lah-
ulous group, Wlmhe seniors of June 19462 and their ellfect' on Forest Hills High
He paused, allowing his words to penetrate. nFrom the day ol their entrance
into the school in Septemher, 1942, it was ohvious that they were going to he in-
fluential. The Board of Education toolc one glance at them - and added war courses
to the curriculum. The soccer team celehrated their arrival hy winning the Queens
Hlhe young G.O. memhers hemoaned their fate with Henry Aldrich as they
watched 'What a Lilell, first ol the Big Broadway shows to he staged in Forest
"An eventful fall semester ended with their elders suffering through Regents
examinations, still three distant terms away.
'SNOW second termers, they clicl more than their share of misguiding the new
freshman, and finally settled clown to the mechanical routine of high school life.
The Victory Show occupied most ol their attention with its great collection of song-
and-dance acts. Then they cheered along with the rest of the student hocly as their
haslcethall team lought-d and lost- to Andrew .laclcson in lxfladison Square Gar-
den, lelt a surge ol pride as Forest Hills went over the top with 351001100 in Vvar
Bond drives. They were inducted into mysteries of school politics as the lndepend-
ent, Progressives and Victory Parties loattled it out lor high student-government posi-
tions during the lxflay elections. They were still happy, contented, little freshmen -
hut the hlaclc cloud of Regents loomed slightly larger upon the horizonf,
The passing hell rang, and the class noisily pushed its way out ol the class-
room. As they shoved their way through the crowded corridor, two lreshmen girls
hrolce into conversation.
ucwee, lVlyrtle, that must've loeen some classlu
"Yeah, Bessie. Vvell, gotta run -l have an English test next periocl, and l
wanta he earlyf'
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SOPHOMORES - SEPTEMBER 1943 H JUNE 1944
The loiology prolessor made ready to teach the sophomore class. He noticed
that some ol the seats were empty, then closed his Delaney hoolc
mlqoday l will discuss with you the second year of that hiological phenomenon
ol science, Glhe Seniors ol June, 1946. At this juncture ol their educational exist-
ence, many events occurred which were to have a marlced effect in later years.
"Honor rihhons were distrilouted at the start ol their Septemher term and vague
desires tokhe ieager loeavers' grasped hold ol them.
mllhey grew more slcilllul in their selection ol suhjects and an epidemic of Latin-
clropping lorought many a loright smile - and higher average.
VY "All ilurnig thisihiQ tgmzthey loegamg uncomfortably awaremlthe nearness
ol Regents, hut it wasnlt until the second half of their sophomore year that the full
awful realization larolce upon them.
uFourth terml A nightmare ol: frantic scurrying and hysterical studying through
the long winter nightsl Almost unnoticed in the general panic was the very success-
ful staging of 'Junior Miss' hy the Play Production Group, and the graduation of
'Tex' Davis, leaving a trail of shattered female hearts.
H-lqhe horrible days of Regents Vveelc came rushing out of the luture, paused in
the present, and whizzed into the past, ahandoning a haggard and weary sophomore
class, that loolced dazedly ahout the halls and wondered 'What next? H
The professor concluded his lecture and the class walked out ol the room.
Une sophomore girl aslced, HHow,d you lilce the lesson, lVlyrtle?n
Another answered, UAW, olcay, Bessie. l'm in a rush now. lym meeting my girl
friend and weyre cutting Geometry together. See you later."
JUNIORS H SEPTEMBER 1944 ,- JUNE 1945
As the history teacher hegan to spealc, the hall-'filled classroom moved restlessly.
"The junior year of 'The Seniors of June l946', as talcen from a historical stand-
point, is very interesting.
'Kit was during this period that they finally found their place in the hitherto
confusing structure of Forest Hills High School. Several of them were accepted lay
Aristag others held the posts of marshals, G.0. otlicers and office aides.
"A certain student, in their class -his name escapes me for the moment-1
attained an average of QQAWJ and a looy named John Brinclcerholil was elected G.O.
President. However, this did not malce them snohs.
HAlong with the rest of the student hody, they were 'aslced' hy their English
teachers to louy 'Forest Leavesl, went high-lorow at the Music Departments Spring
Concert, and developed great slcill in leaving the school early. They toolc their anec-
dotal cards calmly, and, as good juniors, had trouhle with their Modern European
History and intermediate Algehra homeworlc.
Mlqhey all waited impatiently for their Senior year, and, as a preview of things
to come, some junior girls were asked to the Senior Promf,
The teacher evidently wished to say more, hut the hell interrupted him, and
the class evaporated.
Two junior girls, sauntering through the corridor, were engrossed in conver-
upretty load, wasnyt it, lVlyrtle?',
ul donyt lcnow, Bessie. l wasn't listening. Vvell, gotta run. lim meeting Donny
in the lunchroom next period."
GIG SF its
SENIORS - SEPTEMBER 1945 M JUNE 1946
There were only a few students in the class room as the Economics teacher
loegan his lesson.
uVVe discuss, today, the final chapter ol lThe Seniors of June, 19461
"VVith their ascension into the higher realm of Senior-dom, the hitherto digni-
ljed class dropped all restrictions. Senior hats - lit-up or twisted into weird shapes
-1 dotted the corridors. Supposedly serious-minded students were seen going out of
their way to wallc up and down the Senior Staircase. Mr. Zarelco vainly attempted
to teach music for graduation to a horde oi students who were ioent on raising - er
f- having a good time. Everyone oiotained eighth period Study and the tradition oi
not attending hasicethaii games reached the height oi perfection.
miqhere was the usuai iuii, then the rush ior Prom hids, and every unattached
maie received iriendiy giances from Prom-iess giris. Aii cheered the return of Mr.
ixfiorrison to the Hiii Schooi, noting particuiariy his crew haircut. The ciass effec-
tiveiy captured the entire schooi on Senior Day.
U-iihe oniy ioiacic spot in this picture oi unrestrained gaiety was the coiiege sit-
uation. Haunted figures crawied through the corridors, desperately informing aii
passershy that 'Tiiwasicus University is a great schooi.,
"However, it aii came to a ciose in June, when the ciass that had entered
Forest Hiiis High Schooi four iong years iimeiore, undertooic its izinai exercises. it
was diiizicuit to reaiize that the seii-assured grown-up hoys and giris who so confi-
dentiy accepted their dipiomas, had once been quiet, starry-eyed freshmen, the same
ciass which you studied aioout in 'first term Civicsfi,
At this point in the iesson, the economics teacher stopped to wipe a tear from
the corner of his eye, and when he iooiced up again, the period was over, the room
Two senior giris hurried through the corridor.
nBrro-ther, iViyrtie, was that cornyin
UYou said it, Bessie. Vveii, i'm ieaving schooi now. See you iaterf'
Uvvhere you going?"
'Tm due at the Beauty Parior in haii an hour. Have to iooic right at the Prom
We entered with an air oi utter urgency
The sanctum which is iaioeied HGiris Emergencyu.
We eyed the patients ithis had ioeen our missioni
And viewed their types of physicai condition.
Looici That one there - you're sure she isn't dead?H
"A victim of Verhitisn, someone said.
"That wretched one who's covered with hiue moidiu
HA rare case oi Neuraigeiora, i'm toidf'
uAnd here, this one. What iceeps her in such rnisery?H
Hin medicai terms it's caiied 'Hystorics Quizzery., U
"And this one simpiy suffers from a Cutf,
Foriorn we shooic our heads, and said Htut-tutu.
We ieit eiated, for the pains of education
Have just one cure -1 and that is graduation.
e i i BUY 'i SPORT
Forest Hiiis may he a tennis town, hut Forest Hiiis High School has not
confined its athietic enterprises to tennis. indeed, it has made its athietic prowess
ieit in many other fields. Tricoior soccer, hasicethaii, tracic, cross country, fencing,
and goii teams have been important parts of our sports program throughout our
years at Forest Hiiis. in addition, hasehaii was added to the agenda this term.
SOCCER Four first string soccermen, Stan Shuiman, Joe Locastro, Gene
Greenwald, and Biii Freyherg, aiong with the first two substitutes, Eliot Benson,
and John Brincicerhoii, depart with our ciass.
Stan started piaying soccer in third term, was Co-Captain two years ago, and
was Captain this year. He gained Aii-City honors for the iast two years, ioeing
named to the second team two years ago, and the first iast year. His quicic thinking,
combined with his speed and powerfui icicicing, made him one of the outstanding
Joe and Biii piayed just one year of soccer for Forest Hiiis, hut they provided
a one-two scoring punch which made the Tricoior aggregation the highest scoring
team in the City.
Gene nahhed the 'first string goaiie joh this year, and proved that he reaiiy
rated it hy racking up no iess than six shutouts. Eliot, in his only game in the
nets, shut out Bronx Science.
BASKETBALL With our ciass ieave the two taiiest cagers in Forest Hills,
Dick Rogers and Joei Shore, and Eliot Benson, who finished up the season in a
Dick, sidelined hy an injury for the greater part of iast season, deveioped into
one of the hest centers in Queens during his stay at Forest Hiiis. Joeiys height
proved vaiuahie in many instances iast season, while Eiiot's southpaw shots
seemed to find the nets at extremely opportune moments throughout the campaign.
in hasicethaii, as in aimost every other sport, Newtown has heen our iceenest
rival, with every game piayed hetween the two schools a toss-up. Vvhen the
Pioneers of Forest Hiiis hit the court, form goes to the wind, and the team that
tights the hardest wins.
On that never-to-he-forgotten quintet of the 1942-45 season were towering
Corny Simmons, hig Hanic Massa, Biiiy Bondanza, Fred Benanti, and Johnny
Howeii. Some of the outstanding suhstitutes were Don Stutzman, Red Sommer-
viiie, Butch Guida, and AI Chiappa. D
Oi more recent renown are Bch Johnston, Dicic Eiicind, set shot Dave Coyne,
and Jerry Panneii.
Vvhen we entered Forest Hiiis in 1942, Mr. Edward Conlon was the hasicetioaii
mentor. At the end of that season, however, he ieft for the Navy, and Mr. Joseph
Hershei took over the reins of the squad 'for the war years. Now Mr. Conlon is
hack from the Navy, and also hack at the heim of the Crimson, Biue and Gold
TENNIS Annuaiiy, the fait intramural tournament produces the nucieus oi
our tennis team. A memher of our ciass, Leo Mahei, who captained the team this
year, was a product of those intramurais. Last year he heid down a reguiar douhie
herth on our team as it tooic its second City diadem.
Tennis and Forest Hiiis have hecome synonymous. Going into this season, the
team had racked up no iess than twenty-one straight triumphs. Since tennis was
introduced to Forest Hills, the netmen have won forty-three matches, and have iost
oniy tive. Newtown has been the oniy team that has been ahie to defeat the Tricoior,
having turned the trick tive times. But the netmen have heaten the Pioneers six
times i- the iast tour in a row.
Tops among the netmen which Forest Hiiis has turned out are Fred Scribner
and Ed Jacohs. Fred formerly held the Eastern boys' titie, and, with Aian Meyer,
the Eastern interscholastic douhies crown. Other net standouts have heen Bennett
Giazer, Newt Hofstadter, Vvaiiy Sawch, Ed Jewett, and Saul and Bois Silverman.
Except for Leo, the team wiii return intact for another campaign, ted hy the
two sophomore threats, Aian Fischi and Harold Lipton. Fischi was the winner of
the intramurais two years ago, while Lipton won the titie iast year. Both of these
iooys are destined to make a marie for themseives in the tennis worid.
TRACK The tracic team, aiways a major part of the Forest Hiiis athietic
program, ioses heavily with the graduation of our ciass.
Cutstanding among the Crimson, Gold and Blue winged-iooters has been
Stan Shuiman, ace sprinter, who has been timed in 10,2 for the hundred yard dash
and in 25.1 for the two-twenty. Another major ietter winner, Buddy Bloom, has run
his iast race for Forest Hiiis.
Other boys in our ciass who have participated in tracic meets are Captain Joe
Fishman, Dick Glasser, Joe Locastro, Gene Greenwald, Bernard Stoiiman, Saul
Feidman, Sandy Poiiacii, Gerald Trippei, Biii Roth, John Brincicerhoff, Bolo Ana-
creon, Kari Eldridge, Dick Donnelly, and Frank Spiegel.
Sonnenhorn is undouhtediy the hest runner Forest Hiiis has ever produced,
and his showing with the N.Y.U. two-miie reiay last year proved it.
Among the leading sprinters to come out of Forest Hiiis are Adrian Boylston,
Ralph Schmarsow, and Ralph Ogden. Tops among the middle distance men have
heen Lew Cveer, Bob Geisei, and Jimmy Laricin.
Vvith Mr. Nicholas Howlett coaching the tracicsters, they seem to he headed for
even higger and hetter seasons.
BASEBALL Among the more than three hundred hoys who turned out for
the hasehaii team this year were a numher of seniors, and several ot these seniors
made the team. Among them were Captain Biii Hughes, Joe Locastro, Gene
Greenwald, and Stan Shuiman.
Basehaii received an enthusiastic reception from Forest Hills students - as
evidenced hy the success of the ticicet sale earlier this season.
what wiii go down as the most spirited act of a Forest Hiiis student is that of
Biii Ward, former Forest Hiiis soccer fuiihacic, who, after reading about the drive
to expand the Forest Hiiis sports program, sent tive doiiars, ati the way from Guam
as his contrihution.
i i it GIRLS' SPORT
Aiong with the arrivai oi September, 1942, came a reveiation. The targest ctass
of girl freshmen in the history of Forest Hitis High Schooi was found busy buying
beautiful blue gym suits and beautitui biue socicsg they were aiso iucicy enough to
be able to buy sneakers before the inevitabie shortage affected the school.
in their first term, the giris iearned how to countermarch to the right, and
toward the end of the term, they were gaining siciii at voiieybaii, toot Dentais and
medicais were piled high on the gym dest: on the tirst day they could be brought in,
because the freshmen were afraid of getting a minus maria on their Deianey cards.
Gym suits were taicen home and iaundered each weetc. The giris, however, soon
grew up and discontinued these childish chores.
As ueducated freshmen!! the girls went on to countermarching to the iett.
it was in the same term that the Class ot June '46 first acquired its welt deserved
recognition in the giris' gym. Led by Bobby VX7asserman, as captain of their team,
fifteen giris won the hotty contested voiteybatt tournament. Outstanding mem-
bers of that remarkable team were Pat Ughetta, Nancy Joel, Elizabeth Pia, and
Claire Devlin. On the team that finished runner-up in the contest, Lorraine
VVeseiy, Laura Ashley, and Helen Koehniein were prominent players.
But that was only the beginning. Their Sophomore year gave the giris the
thriit of iearning sito-the-rear-MARCH,', and after that they couid do aimost
anything. Girls like Doris Rairden and Ritca Lax joined the leaders ctub. Qut
for softbati that term were Judy Kanin, Adrienne Gittteson, Jo Rastcind, and
The iiiustrious forty-sixers realty shone forth in att their briitiance at the end
of the second year. Gloria O,Neiit and Joyce Baker won minor tetters for credits
attained through the gym department, as did Eieanor Hombach, Eva Sahmet, and
Rosalie Schusei. Bobby Wasserman distinguished herself by becoming the first
girt in the history of Forest Hiiis High to win a tive inch letter white still in
fourth term. By this time, in the gym classes, most of the giris knew the meaning
of such commands as UAttention,H K'At easef, and even "Count otf by ioursf'
it would be ditticuit to try to picture an army better trained. With the arrivat
of exercises in the gym, conditions in the Emergency Room became extremely
overcrowded. The idea of helping our glamorous damsets keep their giriish figures
was given up, minus much success.
Something new and different was added to the club curriculum when our
extraordinary class went into its Junior year. The speedbatt ciub found, amongst
its ardent members, Martha Ernst, Vvanda Dresicin, and Doris Rairden. Never-
theless, the girls would not thintc of deserting the old standard clubs. Barbara
Crrever, and Shirley Nelson went out for basicetbati and Leora Johnson added her
tatents to the softbait club.
Then'-fthe girls became part ot the Hsenior Gymfy Despite the tact that this
realty doesn,t mean very much, not a soui 'could be found who would have wanted
to be in the gym class ot any other grade. Now, the girls were oid enough to know.
Yes, the time had come for them to learn. And so-they were taught'-fthe Virginia
Reel. Square dancing soon hecame the nragen in the girls, gym. lylemhers ol the
Hsmart setn could always loe uncovered in neat squares, practicing to the latest
hillbilly records. Since the Virginia Reel met with such great enthusiasm, more
difficult steps, such as, HHonor your cornerf, and Hpromenade . . . all promenade,"
Were added, and the girls soon realized to their great delight that they were ahle
to do a variety ol square dances.
It Wasrft long alter this that the girls were ready to learn the rhumha. School
was proving itself quite economical, for the girls no longer had to pay for lessons
at Arthur Murrayss. Ann Levy and Fanny lgnatios were foremost among the great
dancers of the gym classes. When the girls thought they lcnew the rhumha fairly
well, they Went on to the tango. Vvhile most of the delicate damsels struggled
through the course, Dolores Steinthal and Barbara Leonard found that gym class
Was a cinch, since they had had experience dancing in the Victory Show in their
first year at Forest Hills.
Jo Raslcind stepped out into the limelight this term hy winning the girls' tennis
tournament. For adding more feathers to the class cap, which was already quite well
hedeclced. she received the thanlcs of her grateful classmates. Still faithful to the
leaders cluh at the end of seventh term Were Hermine Kivelson, Rilca Lax, and Elea-
nor Homhach. Jaclcie Aptel was hard at Worlc malcing up for lost time since
she had not become a leader until her Senior year.
At last, the ultimate goal was reached. Yes, the girls had loecome honest-to-
goodness, real, live SENIORS. Ch, those marvelous people! How wonderful they
loolc strutting down the hall With their flashy Senior huttons and chapeaux. But,
when we come to the gym, everything looks differentffo the horror of the department
gym suits are torn, with missing lauttons, missing helts, loolcing as if they hadn't
loeen cleaned since the previous summer fwhich in some cases may he truef. Part-
ing With these precious hits of clothing that hold such fond memories will doubtless
hrealc the girls' hearts. But why he sentimental when the new freshmen will need
these gym suits because of the acute shortage of materials? So, f-1 with a remarlcahly
unselliish attitude, We leave to the Girls, Gym Department of Forest Hills High
School, our beautiful blue gym suits. Do with them what you Willl
Pk P14 Pk ik Dk
In the long years to come, we'lt remember the hells,
VVe'll remember just how they rang,
As early each morning, they totlecl out like knetts
Anal called us to class with each ctang.
But each afternoon, unlike morningys gloom,
They sounded like calls clear and true, .L
As their ringing tune quickly emptied each room,
1 I liked the last hell, diotn,t you?
MXSS H. C-RXBBx1w
NRS. E. DEFAR
AS SXST ANT
GO. ADVXSER COLLEGE ADVXSER
UMy teacher asked me to write a composition on the
Forest School. That was three weeics ago. I have just
completed the 'final draft of the manuscript, and ai-
though I am not superstitious, and do not believe in
homework miracles, I must admit that Lady Fate has
smiled down rather favorably upon me.
ushe began her magic speii on a Xvednesday. I re-
member it was a Wednesday, because it was the first
time I had gone to the oth period Study Hail. On
Monday and Tuesday I had been chasing after Mr.
Schwartz, trying to get my Chem. 21320 changed to
Chem. ZPSO. You see, I aiways balance equations bet-
4 f ter in the afternoon when fm fuiiy awake ....
MR' R' MCINDOE uHowever, fm beginning to wander from my orig-
inal story. As I was saying iym sitting in the Study
Hail, minding my own business, not making a sound, just reading my Daily News,
when Mr. Mcindoe f-- heys the head of the Forest School f-4 comes hurrying down
the aisle. He pauses near the piano, says a few words to Mr. Swirsicy, and starts
iooicing around the auditorium. ,
UBeiieve me, there must have been at least three hundred students in Study
Hall that afternoon. Weil . . . he glances over two hundred and ninety-nine of
them and then his gaze fastens on me. '
'Tm spell-bound . . . petrified in my seat. Bly brain starts whirling very fast.
I see pictures of a 'tiring squad taking aim at a strangely familiar Figure blind-folded
against a high, gray wail. Somebody yells KFireV and a barrage of anecdotal cards
come Hying out of the rifies.
'SMr. iVIcindoe's shadow tails across my face, and I am wondering how he
ever found out about my cutting history.
usuddeniy, I realize Mr. Mcindoe is talking to me, and his voice is quivering,
almost pleading. S . . . and we
need a Hail Niarshai in front GRADE ADVISERS
of the Library. You'ii get '
Mondays and Fridays off-
duty, and a pass out of the
building for the period. Youyii
receive service credits too.
Fifteen credits for the term
and one additional credit for
every Freshman you find
wandering through the haii
without a pass . . . What do
you say? Vviii you take the
post? . . . '
"FM the moment Tm COD- Miss G. FARLEY Miss M. wluviorr
iused. Finally, I let out a deep sigh of relief and force a iittie smile. You see, 1
don't want him to get suspicious. Sure . . . sure, when do I start?
U 'Tomorrow . . . y He hands me a white card. 'Show this Employment cer-
tificate to the Captain of the Marshais and he'ii put your name on the pay-roll
HThe following day, at the beginning of the 6th period, I take my post near
the library door, and start reading my copy of U1-he Hail Marshaiis Code Book oi
Ethics., The 'corridor is empty. Everything is quiet, peaceful.
nAbout ten minutes later . . . it canyt have been more than ten minutes because
I am stiii on the first page-I hear a strange noise, like loud chanting, coming from
the vicinity of Mr. Keyes' room.
H-1-he door opens very slowly, and a guy emerges into the corridor, his face
hidden behind an open book, walking like he was hypnotized in a trance. I notice
heys wearing a Senior hat, and he's chanting just like the other kids in the room.
He's so engrossed in his book, he doesn't even pause to took into the library. in
fact, he doesn,t even see me sitting near the door.
"Hes mumbling funny words too. S . . . then speak for yourseives. Ring the
aiarum-beiii Niurder and treason! Banquo and Donaibain! Niaicoimi Awake!
Shake off this downy sleep, deathis counterfeit . . . ,
'tHe keeps on Walking down the corridor. I jump up from my chair. I donit
know about any murder and treason, or Banko and Donald-Brain. All I know is
the guy doesn,t show me his pass.
nl tap him on the shouider. 'Hey, wheres your Pass?
'tHe ignores my question. K . . . VVhat's the business, that such a hideous
trumpet caiis to pariey the sleepers of the house? Speaki Speaki . . . '
ui move up next to him. I notice heys wearing thick-rimmed spectacles,
squatting tow on the bridge of his nose. SListen, wise guy, rm speaking and this is
the business. VVhere,s your Pass?
uHe pauses near the swinging doors and looks up over high spectacles, eyeing
me coidiy. Ki beg your pardon?
H 'VVhere's your Pass?
H 'iVir. Keyes has sent me on a very urgent mission.,
H Kvvhereyre you going?
H 'Are you a Republican? v
'tHe shifts his gaze from my face to the pastel drawings on the wait. SThen
I am very sorry. I cannot reveal my destination.,
'5At this point, with the aid oi iogarithms, I start to mentally calculate how
much trouble fm going to have getting this guy into Mr. Mcindoe's office.
H KVViii you please come peacefully, or do I have to carry you?
UI turn my head toward the Forest School office, indicating the general direc-
tion. Suddeniy there is a rush of air, a cloud of white smoke, and pifift . . . the
guy has vanished . . . disappeared . . . evaporated. Hes gone.
MVVhen the smoke clears sufficiently. I notice a rectangular sheet of paper on
the Hoor. itls an advertisement. it reads:
" 'THIS SMOKE-SCREEN HAS BEEN FURNISHED THROUGH THE
COURTESY OF MR. ERNEST B. WILSON-RM. l53.'
uDeiectediy, I return to my post in front of the library.
"The chanting has ceased from Mr. Keyes, room, the corridor is quiet again,
and I am left contemplating what sequence of events will next evoive from the
myriad of mysterious crevices of the Forest Schooif, -
A tour of the fahuious Hiii Schooi shouid prove
both educational and entertaining to the traveiier.
The trip ioegins in the smoky, murky iaiix section.
Peering cioseiy through the fog, one can see the iousy
figures of ivissrs. Schwartz, Vviison, et ai. ever proh-
ing into the weird scientific proioiems. it is truiy an
awe-inspiring sight to see Mr. Vviison wrestling man-
fuiiy with a container of iouiohiing suifuric acid, letting
ioose a stream of picturesque Southern language,
while a sieepy ciass watches. I
The mood and scene rapidly changes as the travei-
ler enters the region of the ianguage office and class-
MR. A' MORRISON rooms. The Wayfarer is serenaded with beautiful ren-
ditions of nTWinicie, Twinicie, Littie Starf, in Latin,
and the Spanish version of "Jingle Beiisf' and is only
too glad to speed ioy the boys' gym, with its hiood-curdiing screams and mortai
groans of agony.
The tomh-like study hail, ioustiing giris, gym, and the orderly attendance
otiice are quiciciy passed, and the tourist soon comes upon the heart of Forest
Hills High Schooiwthe Administrative Gftices.
The sleeping or dozing Hill School students encountered along the way are
more numerous here: half-heartediy carrying notes to remote sections of the school,
comfortahiy at rest in Mrs. De Farkas, ottice. The General Ottice on the right
hand is duiy inspected, and one iingers a moment to gaze at the poor creatures in
the Guidance Ofiice pitifuiiy pleading for "any coiiege hut '--. Mr. Bartietti in
Next door is the shame oi the Hiii School-the Cutting Office. The student of
human tragedy Finds ample materiais here. The cold, austere room is tiiied with the
pitiful, insufficient excuses of offenders. Truly the scene is one of horror. In a
corner, severai Hiii Schooiites doze peacefuiiy.
After the never-to-he-for
gotten Cutting Office scenes, GRADE ADVISERS
the rest of the trip is an anti-
ciimax. issuing from the Prin-
cipai's Office, one may hear
the calm, judicial voices of
the Principal and Heads of
School discussing vitai edu-
The hend near the English
Office is rounded, and the
tired hut happy traveiier
reaches journeyss end, accom-
panied hy the soft, rneiodious
strains of the Hiii School
Alma Mater: Z-Z-Z-HHH MRs. E. PETTIT MRS. E. DHIFENDERFER
Hl'lere,s another funny incident that happened to
me only a few weeks ago. lxflayloe l shoulclnyt he telle
ing you this storyg l don,t think Dr. Brandwein would
approve if he knew l was making the facts pulolic
without his permission. However, since l have already
loeen accepted loy Queens College, l don't think
another anecdotal card will make any difference in my
plans for graduation. Therefore, l will loegin my
in-lihe hell resounds through the louilcling, ending the
third period. lVlrs. Sutterlin 'finishes her sentence and
loeckons us toward the door. l pack my economics hook
under my arm, smile pleasantly as l pass her desk and
DR. P. BRANDVVEIN
hurry out of the room. The corridor is filled with
students-a huge, hungry crowd-moving toward the
'Slowly l make my way toward the Boys, Gym, and just as l am passing
through the main lololimy, a small dwartish-looking man steps out from behind the
hulletin hoard and raps me on the shoulder.
H Tm a reporter from the New York Times.,
" Oh, really?
U KNO, 0'Reilly., i
ul pause, not knowing whether to laugh or grimace. Kvvhat can l do for you?
H sl have an appointment for an interview with Dr. Branclwein at . . .' He
glances at his wristwatch. C. . . in about ten minutes. Could you please take me
to his olzlziceff
nO,Reilly looks at me hard, with small heady eyes. 'VVell, first you'll have
to get a visitorys Pass in the General Utliice. Thats right around the corner.
'4 escort him into the Gen-
eral Gfliice. As l open the GRADE ADVISERS
cloor, the period loell rings.
lVliss Braun is checking some
papers at the desk.
U0'Reilly steps forward. 'l
have an appointment for an
interview with Dr. Brand-
Wein. This young hoy . . . ,
He waves vaguely in my
direction. ' . . . tells me l need
a Visitor's Pass.,
H'l'lere you are, sir., She
hands Him the pass- Then MRS, M. PRATT MRS. A. KOELSCH
she looks at me. You know where Dr. Brandweinys ofiice is? I nod muteiy.
HVVe finaiiy arrive at the door of the Park School office. Dr. Brandwein is
seated ioehind his desk near the window, gazing over a portfolio of top miiitary
"Although he has regained some of his composure, Mr. OyReiiIy is stiii a
iittie pink behind the ears. 'Thank you, you dear, dear iooy.,
HI iean against the doorway, peering toward the museum and listening.
H Tm O,Reiiiy from the New York Times. fm here for that interview.,
H 'Oh, yes. Vveii, I haven,t much time to speak with you, Mr. O,Reiiiy. I
have to make a very important telephone caii to Washington. However, Hi arrange
to have Richard Lewontin sent here, and you may ask him any questions.,
HHe sees me leaning against the doorway. 'Write out a pass for Richard
Lewontin to he sent here immediately.,
nlnside my iorain there is a Hash of lightning, and a ciap of thunder, followed
hy a phase of genuine inspirationi
HI write out the Pass okay. Qniy I don't write it out for Richard Lewontin,
Forest Hiiis' contrihution to the Atomic age: I write it out for Godfrey Dentz, ace
shot-putter of the track squad.
Uwieanwhiie, Dr. Brandwein is talking. ' . . . so you see the entire school is
working on a scientific hasis. On this Hoor we have the Nature Museum and the
Biology iahoratory. You know, Mr. OyReiiiy, a great deai of the preliminary work
on the atom homh was conducted in our iahoratory. Aiso we have a competent
detachment of freshmen wheeling the hand-trucks iaden with experimental equip-
ment. None of these hit-and-run drivers. No, siri All of our operators have licenses
signifying the completion of a ten-week course in the mechanics and maintenance
of the hand-truck. They have heen trained to move a 28-inch truck through 50-inch
doorways, which is quite an accomplishment, even for a sophomore. Our staff . . .,
'Standing outside the office, I think I see Godfrey Dentz turning the corner
behind the swinging doors, down near Wir. Sussman,s room. I take a couple of
deep breaths, giving the impression lyve heen running up the stairs. Then I stick
my head in the doorway.
H 'Washington caiied the General Uffice, Dr. Brandwein. They want you to
cali hack immediately. They said something ahout "0peration Crossroads? Urgent.,
u0'Reiiiy seems to recognize me and grins disdainfuiiy
H 'I'lI have to ieave you, Mr. O'Reiiiy. Vvait right here. H611 . . . he . . . here
- . . 3
HDL Brandwein is already racing down the stairs.
UO,Reiiiy sits gazing out the window, watching the Gym ciass out on the
field. Godfrey Dentz iumhers into the room, smiiing at me. I whisper in his ear.
KHe,s a reporter. Wants to interview you.,
UHe Hexes his arm muscles, sticks out his chest and sits down hehind Dr.
Brandwein,s desk. 'You wanta see me? Huh?
u0'Reiiiy gives him the crooked smile, too.
U 'Teil me Mr. Dentz, what do you think of the new isotron, the eiectro-
magnetic mass separator using an extended source of ions, in contrast to the siit
sources used in ordinary mass spectrographs 7
Hcvodfrey throws a pleading iook in my direction. I shrug my shoulders. God-
frey ciears his throat and says very impressively, Kcertainiy, Mr. O,Reiiiy.'
miiiuis batties him temporariiy, but be bas anolber question. Swhat about
Fermiis Woric Witb U-2557
miibis time Godfrey doesnyt even ilesitate. KA two ilundred and tifiirty-five
pound weigimt is icinda ileavy . . . but be ougilta be abie to timrow for time distance.,
SKQ'Reiiiy is siliiting uneasiiy in i1iS ciiair. KiVir. Dentz, Dr. Brandwein teiis
me you do better tilan anybody in the scbooi.,
'HTi1at's rigbt., Godfrey puts on a big smiie. 'Before i ilurt my icnee I used
to be abie to do thirty-six feet.,
A 'Oh reaiiyft'
H KNO, originaiiy.,
ucvodirey breaics into iiystericai iaugiiter, i aimost fait oft my ctiair and
O'Reiiiy turns red in time face again. Wi-iianic you tor your very interesting inter-
view, iVir. Dentz. And when you see Dr. Branciwein. piease convey my regrets tor
taicing up so mucb of bis vaiuaioie time.,
uHe stomps out of time ottice, burning iiice a iobster.
uperixaps i do ieei an occasionai twinge of pain in my conscience widen i
tbinic about O'Reiiiy, but itis never serious enougix to caii a doctorf,
AND NOW ?
For four iong years weive sweateci,
Weirle toiled until the bell '-
Yet Harvard cloesnit want us,
Ancl neither does Cornell.
Although we've boned and iiustiecl,
Anct worked from nine to three,
Chicago keeps refusing,
And so does U.S.C.
Northwestern piainty scorns us,
Wisconsin just says no.
Kentucky says, Htry iaterf,
Anct so does idaho.
Away, fond dreams of college,
it seems tiiat learning wills
That next year fate will find us,
Post gracls at Forest Hills.
it seems it was but yesterday
i came ilere iiice a jester gay.
i biitimeiy tripped tbrougil term and term
Escaping education's germ.
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Show Beginning - S.-pinnln-r 1942 Nizitincvs
Dnin oi Closing-June 1046 M f,f1 Any :inn F I
R. CLASS, SR.
SENIORS IN REVIEWIIIII
THE CLASS OF '46
PRODUCTION BY FOREST HILLS
Executive Director, Everett SChlTlidt
Assistant Director, Lita Phillips
Executive Secretary, Emilie Sue Yott
Financial Director, Lillian Peterson
U Executive Recorder, Pat Delaney
fSuI:Jject to Change,
Act I i- FRESHMAN
Can,t,You Read Between tI1e Lines .............,.................... FiIIing Out DeIaney Cards
I Cant Say No ..............,............,.....
I,m Afraid of You .......... ...........
..................I:irst Report Carci
How Sweet You Are ........ .......... 9 AFX: Average
I Get a Kick Out of You .....,.............,..,............. ......... T Ile Victory SI1ow
I Don,t Know Enough About You ....................... ..,........, G .O. EIections
As If I DicIn,t Have Enough on My Mind ........... .................. M iciterms
Speak Low ..............................,...,......................... ............. T Ire Library
Iym Still Crazy for You ....................................................... .......,... 9 l.7'Kz Average
SCENE I Act II - SOPI-IOMORE
It Started AII Over Again ........................................... Q .................. More DeIaney Cards
'I-Iuere Must Be a Vvay .......................................................................... War BoncI Drive
How Deep Is tI1e Ocean? ...................................... ........ M atI1 Pr0IuIem of the VVeeIc
In an Eighteenth Century Drawing Room .......... .................................. S tucIy I'IaII
Too LittIe Too Late ...........,................................. .......................... 8 TMJ Average
Too MarveIous for Words .....................
How Many Hearts Have You Broken? ........
Woe Is Me ......................................,.......
I,m Riding a CIoucI .................................
Doing It tI1e Hard Way .............,....,......
SCENE I Act HI
IVIust FaII ................................................
Goodbye, GoocI LucIc. God BIess You.
I,m Making BeIieve .................................
The Jive Is Jumping ...............................
Iyve I'IacI This FeeIing Before .....
One MeatIaaII ...............................
And There You Are ........................
Iym Beginning to See
I Can,t BeIieve It ....................................
A Door VViII Open .......... ..............
At tI1e Crossroads .............
These FooIisI1 Things .........
Let,s DanCeI ............................
Itls Too Late Now to Vvorry ........
SCENE II I-4 FINALE
Stairway to tI1e Stars ...................,......
Ainit Got a Dime to My Name ........
TI1riII of a Liftetime .............................
TI1ere's a Great Day Comin, Manana
Till We Meet Again .......................
..........The School Bus
the Light ............ .................... ,......
for Forest Leaves
.In tI1e Emergency Room
To Cut or Not To Cut?
Last'-1 A SENIOR
............PaicI Senior Dues
At tI1e AIumni Meetings
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ANACREON, ROBERT E.
'liracli Team: Capt., Senior Section:
Meritorious Service Certilicate: P.S.A.l,.
Altlio in liis classes a stuclent of note,
He is liigllly acclaimed lay popular vote.
ANDERSON, SHERXVOOD XV.
President ot Forest Scllool: G.O. City
Council: Arista: Captains' Corps: Sopli-
Anclerson was lrorn a learler of men:
Hislpower lies in liis sworcl - a pen.
APTEL, JACQUELINE F.
Leaclers' Clula: Girls' Healtli Service
Aide: Hall lx'18ISl'l8l.
Efficient, quiclz to get tliings done.
Xklitlt time to spare, tlris merry one.
ASHLEY, LAURA J.
Hill Scliool Office Aide: Gym Ollicc
Yvlien Laura tllru tlie liullway posses.
UI-llllllllln 9Cll0ES -l-TOYI1 VIQKIFZIY classes.
A lletter musician tlirm Burton,
Wolild lne lzurol to fincl, nwlre certain.
BAKER, JOYCE F.
Leaders' Club: Forester Stall: lwlarsltalg
Baslietluall Clulo: Minor Letter.
loyce is vivacious ancl full of lun
Vvlitli greeting gay for everyone.
BALASH, JOAN CAROL
Clioral Speaking Clloir: ixlinutcmanq
Bowlin Club: Home Nursing Clulo:
Wlieri worlzys to lie clone
Tlierrfs Ioan, for one.
BALDINO, ROBERT A.
Exceptional Service: Captains' Corps:
P.S.A.l,. Awarcls: Pltysical Fitness
Spring lras lzrougllt a reel geranium
No, No. lt's only Bolzlniels cranium.
Quo. Representative: Bloclern Dance
Group: Choral Speaking: History Ol-
Wlonderfrillrl lye our llarslz reality,
If eucli one lmacl your personality.
BARCLAY, M. CORNELIA
Forest Leaves Art Boarcl: Nluseum
Squacl: Gym Oiliice Aicle: Cliorus: Art
Some lull darla man may lllltld ller llearl,
But to ncornyn alone lzelongs ller art.
Forester Eclitor: Beacon Stall: Varsity
Baslietldall: Captains' Corps: Gylli
Ar tlre Senior Yeurlnookls lieocl
Sits. Conimuncling, Baron
BARON, MARTIN D.
Lklllli TLll0l': Study Halt lvlarsllalz Pres-
iclent, Biology Class: Sectional Discus-
It tlrere slroulol lne u lourl commotion,
lts only Martiels jaws in motion.
Arista: Forester Stall: Associate Stall of
tlle Beacon: Science ancl lvlatli Journal:
Her murlzs are liigli, quite near llll' lop,
A real go-getter, liarrl to stop,
BARRETT. PATRICIA E.
Boys' Healtll Ecl. Ollice: Flarsltal:
I-lOSlf'SS CUlllIll,Z V0ll6y'l78ll Yliefllll.
Ol tliis gay lilonfle
Vtfelre miglily fond.
THE F ORESTER
BATZ. JOE R.
Yllracli Team: Senior Bancl: Captains'
To do tlwings well is incleecl lris lenackg
Tliis inclurles music as well as truclz.
Art Bletal Foreign Policy Club:
Forest Office Aide, ylarslial,
Sweet anal clulrming,
BENNETT, LEILA P.
Senior Banclz Clwering Section: Bowl-
ing Clulnz lvlarslmlz Emergency Room
Brilliant of lreacl, anrl skillecl ol lrancl,
May' slie malee music in swingtime Banrl.
BENNETT, SALLY .l.
Art Stall oi' Foresierg Cleric in General
Ollice: Class Officer: Marslial.
Sally Bennett will someday lne
Anotlier Hattie Carnegie.
BENSON, ELIOT H.
Baslcetlnall Team: Soccer Team: Sclmol
Correspondent to L, l. Press ancl L. l.
Star .lournalg P.S.A.L. Awarcls: ixleri-
torious Service Certificate.
He aspires to lie a legal giant:
May Heaven lielp tlle unwary client.
BERRICK, ELLEN D,
Clwrus iVlemizer: lvlajor ivlusic Awarcl:
Nleritorious Certificate, Section Captain.
Eyes of lnlue, l1air of lnrown -
Never Ellen witl1 a frown.
BLOCK, ROBERT HARRY
BHTIJI Ol'Cl'lCSlI'H1 BEiSCbBll Tefllll.
Our tootin' Bleek witll eyes of lJrown,
lvlisses little lnelninzl tliat frown.
BLOOM, BERNARD DONALD
Pllraclc Team, lxlajor Letter: Prom Com-
mittee: intramural Baslcetluall, Hancl-
lrall, Soccer: Senior Play.
His lnlue eyes glint in roving glance,
Ami Builfly is ripe for anotl1er romance
Secretary in Healtlx Ollice: Baslietlnall
Team as l"rcsl1man: Xvciglit Lifting
powerful, init weale,
BOVONE, l"LORl.-KN RICHARD
Tutor in Spanislmg President ol Section
Classes: P.S.A.L.g ivlarslial in Cale-
teriag Presiclent ol lxlatli and Sp2lI'tlSll
Faitlxful, UlllI7lll0US, loyal, true--I
Tliis is tlre image we llave of you.
BRASCH, ARNOLD C.
Queens Sectional Discussion Confer-
r-ncesg Biology Squacl: Marshal: Soil
Testing Squad: Forum Club.
Our Senator Claglxorn is Artie Brascli,
ln lialls resonncling, in speecli ever rasll.
BRAVERMAN, INA MAXINE
Darla aml petite.
BRESLlN, LORRAINE D.
Forest Oli-ice Aiole: Hill Office Aide:
Stenograpluy ancl Typing Awards: Sten.
Hear ye, lieur, witli note of clieerl
Dancing slre's clwsen lor lmr career,
BRIMBERG, LORRAINE J.
Exceptional Nleritorious Certificate:
Leaclers' Club: Art lvletal Club: Arista
Artistic clesign slze's goorl at, very:
Slle will go lar at Xvillium ancl Mary.
Presiclent of CLO.: All-City Band: Sen-
ior Council: Tracliz Soccer.
Socially, scliolastically giftecl lolm:
Oli, pity tlie G.O. wlien liels gone.
BRODELL. ANN B.
Eclitor, Beacon: Arista: Stall, Forester:
Stall, lVlatlx-Science Journal: Science
Hriiilor slie lius, lzeen mincl, imagination,
Creative sleill, unrl quiet contemplation.
Arista: Cliorusz Play Procluction: For-
ester: Language Honor Society.
Ina, Ina, wllat sliall we say?
Beauty speales in a quiet way.
BROWN. GLORIA IVI.
Nleritorious Service Certificate: Atten-
clance Awards: Cao. Council: Nlatli
Awarcl: Cosmopolitan Clulo.
A lovely miss with a magic smile r-1
Away, you camel, for tlie glory mile.
BROXVN. JUNE l.
Prcsiclenl' ol: Forest Sclluol: Vicitory'
Council: Frcsliman Rep. Forest Selwel:
Exceptional Service Certificate: Coni-
missioner ol Publicity.
Tall. slim, and most clirrinely fair,
Slie stimulates flue rlry, tlie stagnate air.
BURNS. SALLY AIDA
Vvlliat a popular gall
"Hubba, turbine," Sul.
Beacon Stall: Baslietlaall, Tracli. Soccer,
I'IanrllJnll Intramurals: Senior Play.
Section teacliers liacl to uvait
For Durvirl Buselirnun, always late.
CANTIN, IRENE M.
Nluscuin Squaclg Play Procluction:
At Irene were sure youll like to loole:
About lier uve coulcl write a lzoole.
CARACO. RENE D.
SOCCBI' FFOHIIIZ lx7lEll'SltZll.
xvlien winter comes, not liarrl to please,
He climlws a lrill f- glicles clown witlz
CARILLO. MADELINE BI.
Art Bletal Clulnz History Olllice Aicle.
Flitting lilee proverlzial lzee,
Vital, efferriescent slie.
CARR. CYRIL L., JR.
Senior Section Captain: Captains'
Corps: Senior Office: Forest Hills Civil
Air Patrol Squaclron.
A section captain cloes liis cluty,
If lie malzes eyes at every cutie.
Ll. S. Navy.
CAVERS. ALICIA M.
Library Squacl: Hill Ollice: lvlalie-up
lor Assenilmlies: Ixleritorious Certificate.
Features alluring, and reclclislz lrair,
All tlie lmys at Alicia stare.
CHEIKEN. STANLEY ALLEN
Service Squad: Cliorus.
Over teaclwers and stuclents lie lrolils
Anil never a girl but glances liis wav
CHERNOXV. GAY N.
Play Procluction: Leaders' Clulwz Bac-
lcetlnall Clulmg Ping Pong Cluln.
Her favorite place is in tlre gym:
Tliere Gay reveals lier pep uml vim.
THE F ORE S TE R
CHETRON, ALAN I.
Spanisli Cluln: Stucly, Lunclr Room
Nlarslaal: Geometry Tutor.
Vxllien Alanls on a talleing spree
He fills tlie Spanisli class witli glee.
CHRISTIANSON, MARY JANE
Lalnoratory Tecllnicians Squad: lvlatlr-
Science .lournalg Beacon Stall: Girl
Leacler. Arista: Forest Leaves Stall.
Hsliall l compare tllee to a summer's clay?
Tlrou art more lovely, more temperate.
COHEN, HELEN EDITH
Home Economics Aide: lxlarslral.
Helenls cute: Helenfs smart:
Sliels a girl for any lieart.
COHEN, PAULA .IUDITH
Beacon Stall: Forest Leaves: Play Pro!
cluction: Curators Clulag Forester.
Paula's a pal f-1 slie's never spiteful,
No noise, mucli poise f-1 cleliglrtfull
CONOVER, FLORENCE B.
Arista: Language Honor Society:
l.FfCHCll-AmEflCHH Stuclentng Hill At-
tenclance Office: Forest Leaves.
Her, sweet cllarm
Protects from liarm.
Exceptional Certificate: Hostess: Hcaltlx
Service Squad: Aide in llill Scliool
Olllice: Study Hall N'lElI'Sllill.
Diuna's lveauty is surpussecl lpy few,
Her eyes afspurlzle uritli tlie morning
Art Stall, Forester: Guiclance Olllicel
Art Ollice: lx'1EIfSllillC Poster Clulm.
Concerning loyce it must be sairl,
Success Iias never liurt liar Iieazl,
I UNE 1946
CUTTER, CHESTER F.
Lieutenant ol Hall anal Cafeteria lVIar-
slialsz Souncl Squacl. Stage Crew: Hill
Atlenclance Ollice Aide.
Vvluslzington. anrl IVlarsliall's claim to
As generals are nauglit, lJy Cliestefs
COVVAN, JANET R.
Lilnary Squacl: lvlarslial Service.
The promise of laugliter slze ever re
In eyes tlml sparkle --1 all sorrow con
CREGAN, MARY C.
A moclest maiden, self-containerl,
Her conaluct recorrl quite unstainerl.
CURRAN, PATRICIA A.
Secretary, Attendance Oli-ice: Section
A liigli l.Q. anal marlzs still lriglrer,
Vile sing Izer praise on dulcet lyre.
DALLO, PETER K.
Nlatlr. Science Awarcls: lVlatl1 Tutor:
President, Stamp Clulo: Meritorious
lvluclr we'rl say of lmrown-eyeol Peter ,-.
Had we sucli comrnanrl of meter.
DANMES, XVESLEY R.
ljrcsiclent ol Hill Scliool: Lalaoratory
An artist, yes, lm! to a certain flame is
Wes a zlream. Tell me wlzat lzer name is.
DAVIDSON, ROBERT H.
Boli plays tlie flute in liigli sclrool lzarul,
XVitIi Iilting lip ancl nimble lraml.
l'le's rnailzernatically inclined:
His Spanisli, too, is most refined.
DELANEY, PATRICIA Nl.
Senior Recorrler: Senior Council: Treas-
urerls Office: Section Secretary: lVlerl-
torious Servire Certillicate.
For someone witty, nay, slxels lurainy,
Clioose our clever Pat Delaney.
DERINGTON, CAROLE L.
Yvlren first slie joinecl us, somewlxat
An element, now, in. tlte Senior cliorus.
DEVLIN, CLAIRE E,
Secretary, Attenclance Olilice: Section
Captain: Nlarslial: Secretary, Latin and
A pert little nose we find on Claim
'lo lend lzer a lilting, iaunty air.
DEVLIN, PATRICIA C.
CXO- RePf0SC!1fHliVC: Attenclance Olf
lice? Sl?1'10SffiPl1Y Certificates: Secretary
to Boys Healtll Eel: lvlarslml,
ln political fielol tliis Pat is well namerl'
Her executive art lias macle l1er furi
DIAMOND, ARIHUR H.
Nlemlmer ol All-City Bancl: Presiclent
of F.I'l.I'l.S. Band- Section Ca tain.
Simllg, Sfvlli. and rotlter clever,
No possible rloulvt, none uflmtever.
DICKMAN, CARYL J.
Art ixletal Club: General Gliice.
Yvlitli soclzs unol loafers, sweater, slelrt,
-leen-age appeal to o sclzool-lnoy flirt.
DIINIOND, JEAN A.
lforest Leaves: Cllorusz Goll Clulmg
Englisll Olzlicc Aiile.
A pert young miss, witlt truculent air -1
Plzilosoplzyls leanniels particular flair.
JOLIVEIRA, JULIO V.
lntranlural Baslietlballg ylatlx lnstru-
ments Clulo: lX!lZll'SllEll.
fl Latin genius - leorneil lie:
Xvitli notliing less tlzan 95,
DONNELLY, RICHARD F.
lraclsz Golf. .
Because lieys full, witlt eyes of lnlue,
Colleens fall - ancl uioulclnlt you?
DOVVNEY, IVIILDRED R.
Exceptional Service: Forester: Science
Oliice: Cao. Council: lxlatli Certificate.
A constellation flying low,
But still uliove our lxeulls, lnelow.
Typist in Lilwrary Ollic'e: Secretary in
Ollicc Practice: Baslcf-tlmll Cluly: Soc-
cer ClulJ: Nlinute Alan - V. Bonils.
Sliess really u riot.
DRING, JOAN E.
lxleritorious Certificate: Vice-Presiclent
ol yluseurn: Nluseum Squad: Caletcria
Nlarslial: Recitation Class Secretary.
Tell us, loanie, wluo's llie male
Xvlio always follows on your trail?
DRON, JOHANA C.
Alarslml: Guiflance Ainle: Cutting OI-
lice Aiclc: Section Secretary.
Xve cunvt clescrilvelier in only one line.
Because slie is so lVlY-T-Fine.
THE F ORESTER
DUERNBERGER, RUTH J,
Museum Squaclg Secretary: Volleyball
Club: Rangerettes: General Science
Friemls sliels won,
Thru sense of fun.
DXVORETSKY, PEARL V.
Honor Certificates: Meritorious Service
Certificate: Basketball Club: Ollice
Aide: Radio Debate.
Sometimes giftezl Pearl writes Hpomesf'
Transforming notebooks to wortliy tomes.
General Office Aicle: Switcliboarcl Op-
Cool anzl quiet, sweet, serene,
A girl so poisecl is selrlom seen
EHRHARDT, ARTHUR R.
Senior Orcllestra ancl Senior Band:
Prom Committee: Cllem Lab. Senior
Olzlicec Poster Club.
A little jolee, a little cbeer,
A lot of rniscliief -1 ATlllUT'S liere.
EICHLER. FRANK K.
Mathematics-Science Journal: Cllemis-
try Laboratory Squaclg Pliysics Labora-
Tlzo' Frank may be quiet, lie is sounolg
Where lwnors are liigllest, lie is founcl.
EISENBERG, MARVIN H.
A goocl companion, rain or slrine,
Vxfitli turlzulently lmmorecl line.
ELLNER, CONRAD N.
Presiclent ol Language Honor Society:
Biology Lab. Teclmician: Ecole Libre:
Fencing. Varsity: Cliem. Lab.
He IRIS Iflfaifls, IJTOIUH, Clftfl Illll '-'
In a nutsliell, Connie's I ttf'
ERNST, MARTHA E.
torious Service Certificateg Leaclers
Club: Tennis Club.
Belxolrl our Martlwa, fair to see,
Vvlitli cliarm enougli for tivo or tlrreei
ERNSTIN, DONATA M,
Leaclers' Club: Baslretball Clubg Alan
sbalg Cutting OH-ice Aicle.
Donula. clmrrns ,em with ber smile -
Soon sl1e'll walle riglit clown tlie aisle.
80 Vvorcl Steno Club: Secretary in
Healtli Eel. Olhceg Marsllal.
Vfitlr winning smile and llelping lrand,
A loyal friend in great clemaml.
FARIS. THOMAS M.
Arista Treasurer: Vice-Presiclent ol See-
tiong lVlatl1 Instruments Club: Luncb-
room Marslialq Curators Club.
Vvlitli girls ancl music, sports ancl Aris-
Ta. a luclzy guy is Tommy Faris.
Nlarslialg Presiclent. Sten. Class: Secre-
tary. Sten. Class: Presiclent, Home Eco-
Darla and vivacious, with flasliing eyes,
Marge is a magnet to all tlie boys.
FELD, THELMA R.
Cutting Olliee Aicleg Parlc Office Aicleg
Stucly Hall Marsllal.
ln. chatter, Tlrelnufs never out:
Sliefrl win in any talleing bout.
FELDMAN, LEONA J.
Arista: Beacon: Forester: Guidance
Ollice Aiclc: Language Office Aicle.
Loquacious, pretty and ever gay --
Leona, is genius always tliat way?
Leaoler in Gym: Speeclball Clubg Alcrii
Arista: Traclc Team: Beacon: Cliorusz
Here is Einsteinis little lwrotlterg
To rival ltim tliere is none otlter.
FESSELMEYER, DORATHEA M.
Secretary in Section: Girls' Emergency:
Captain, Lunclmroom Marslialsz Hall
To be a nurse is lter amlnitiong
Marriage? Uncler no condition.
Cutting Office Aicle: Guiclance Office
Aide: Language Office Aicle.
Sll8,S faithful to Ed, in cold or lzot,
Finds time in French to clream a lot.
FISHMAN, JOSEPH S.
Captain, Traclc Team: Assistant Man-
ager Baslcetloall Team: Loclcer Room
Marshal: Hall Nlarslial.
Tlle luncll loe eats so gaily,
At traclz lie worlzs off olaily.
FISK, JANET R.
G.O. Office Typist: Cvuiclance Office
Mischief anal noise,
Mingled with poise.
FOWLER, RUSSELL S.
Orchestra: Presiclent oi Class: lVlarsl1al:
Captains' Corps: Vice-Presiclent Senior
Formed, according to ancient plan,
A true, a lnrave, an lionest man.
FOX, EILEEN T,
G.O. Office Aide: Cvuiclance Ollice
Tall anal slim is Fox, Eileen:
ln clate lnooks fmalet, slie rates as lzeen.
FRANK, MAXVV ELL VV.
At F. H. cornerstone, Frank may gaze
Anil fondly recall tlle goocl olfl clays.
l-REUND, DIETER N.
Lit. Eel., Asst. Eel., Forest Leaves:
Forester: Cosmopolitan Clului Clnoral
Reaoling Group: Soccer Clulo.
Heis truly Britislw, clonit C110 know
lt's not Hgoocl-llyen lzut clmeerio.
FREUNDLICH, BURTON D.
Beacon Reporter: Orclmestrag Dance
Bancl: Cilorus: Bancl.
ln lwanols, may friendly Burton play,
Anil lwlvlny-soclzs, witli music, slay.
Guiclance Office: MafSll8l2 Foreign Pol-
icy Clulo: Bio. l..alJ.
To tallz to lady is a must:
Sl1eis a girl wl1om you can trust.
FRIEDLANDER, CHARLES D.
Staff Sgt.. Civil Air Patrol: Section
Captain: Prom Committee: Bio. Lab.
Squacl: Assistant Lieut., Hall lVlarsl1als.
A Hregalar fellow" liis classmates say.
Vvylwt greater trilnute can tluey pay?
l:RlEDNlAN, ADRIENNE P.
Art Clulo: Victory Sllowz Lunclnoom
Nlarsllalg Volleyball Team.
Adrienne is very fair
Like tlie rerl tlu1t's in lier lwair.
GABRIEL, BERNICE M.
Bernice neecls must tulze a swim,
To lzeep lwr lovely figure trim.
THE F ORESTER
GAILING. CARL H.
Varsity Tennis. lxlajor Letter: Excep-
tional Service: Art Nlctal Club: Cap-
For a goocl-looleing guy, give Carla vote,
"Handsome is lie." HOW tlie girls clotel
GARTNER, ELAINE G,
xleritorious Cc-rtiticate: Altcnclanfc
Ollice: Healtlt Service: Hall Ixlarslualg
A smile on lrer face, uiul ilignifiecl air,
Tlmtls our lfluine, so poisefl nncl lair.
Girls' Healtlr ECI. Office Aicle: General
Olliftrf Aide. '
XXlllPfl stuclerlts are noisy, tlien Evelyn
ln silence, rleep-rootezl, seems a queen.
GELKE, MARION E.
Art Eclitor. Forest Leaves: Secretary in
Senior Section: Secretary in Englislnz
Art Stall, Forester: Hall IVIarsI1al.
Lovely smile, unrl sparleling eyes:
Sire is sweet uml very wise,
GERIVIAISE, IRXVIN LOVVELL
Beacon Eclitor: IVIuseum Official: l.aIJ
Hels really funny, liates to Be serious:
Gave Prof a liot-foot uncl got olelirious.
GIBER, GLORIA L.
Ciuiclance Ollirte Aide: Attendance Ol-
lire Aizleg Cvrapltic Arts Clulvg Delnale
Clulx: Hall Nlarslmal.
fm lute to class, llut tliut can wait,
Until my lipsticles on quite struiglil.
GILBERT, JOAN R.
Enlitor, Forest Leaves: Cluorus: Forester:
Beacon: Choral Reading.
nl lenew lner urlienu you all will say
Vxflien sire is u poet, tire Pulitzer url V.
I UNE 1946
GILL, KATHERINE E.
Secretary, Section Class: Ivleritorious
Ce-rlilicatc: Captain. Volleyball Cluln:
Sports are lacing playerl ulitli slzill:
Lemling time line, is Katlrerine Gill.
GINCH, CHARLES JOSEPH
Ivlarstlalg Healtli Eel. Awarcl.
To please a lacly is a cinclr
If you are lmilt lilze Clwarley Gincii.
Secretary, Boys' Healtll Eel. Ollice: Al-
tenclance Oll-ice: Stcnograptiy Certifi-
cates: Tutor in Stenograpliy: NJlill'Slli1l.
Perfect lmstess, perfect poise,
Xvins respect from Senior lzoys.
Secretary ot Ijrencli Clutu: Language
Honors Society: Leaders' Clutzg Span-
Re Azlrienne, weyll be specific,
in speaking Frenciz, slie's, well, terriyqc.
Secretary in Guidance Office: Clxorus
Gregg Speed Club: IVIeritorious Serv-
Her recorrl is commenrlalzleg
Sires utterly flepenolalzle.
GLASSER. RICHARD B.
rllraclc Team: Ptlysics Squacl: Clmem
Squacl: Clress Team: Captains' Corps.
flur lmnner is, for Diclz, unf-urlecl:
A friend lie is to all tire worlcl.
GOLDBERG, LAVVRENCE I. .
Honor Roll: Intramural, P.S.A.L.
Awards: Nlarslmal Squad: Presiclent ol
History Class: Presiclent ot Frenclx
Larry, Larry, a rloctor woulol iw?
loin tile fleet for a mural IVI.D.
GGLDBERG, SHEPARD t.
Alanager ol' Traclc Tczun: Nlatli lnstru-
ments Clulw: yleritorious Service Cer-
tificate: Section Aicle: Gym Secretary.
Six'-foot slzrimp is Slwip-Sliape Slxep:
He managerl tracle to gain liis rep.
GOLDFARB, NIILLICENT A.
Secretary in Language Oiizice: Secre-
tary in Cutting Qilzicc: Tutor in Nlatllg
Emergency Room: Class Oliicer.
ln poem of mine to :lo justice to Millie,
ls lleyonrl :ny power - l feel plain silly.
Full of laugliter, full of spice,
By tlie way, we tliinlz slm's nice
Cutting Office Aicle: Administration
Clierie sluys witlz gleaming glance,
Pierces, tlnzs, with slrarpor lance.
GORDON. NlAE B.
Guidance Aide: Hill Oli-ice Aide: ltill
Attendance Office Aide: Tutor.
fl girl so quiet, modest, slay,
fyn lWae's sincerity rely.
CRATE. BEVERLY VV.
New-come, tllis term, witli sunny smile,
Sll9,S one of us, tlris little wlzile.
GRAVES, BARBARA M.
Yeteran ol tlmc Royal Canadian Air
Sire spent tile past year in tlxe sleyl
Slielll lm u liouseivife ily and lay.
GRECO. SARA C.
History Gliice Aide: Boys' Hcaltli Ecl.
Aide: Cvuiflance Oilii'e: Repre-
Tall anrl slim anil full of fun,
Popular uvitli everyone.
Forester Stall: Engineering Clulzg Arista
Tutoring: Nlarslral Squacl: Plwysirs Lair.
Heres n lovable little miss:
ln science class - ller moment of lzliss.
GREENE, JUDITH T.
Arista Honor Society: Language Honor
Society, Recording Secretary: Excep-
tional Service Certificate: Beacon Stall,
Reporter: Forum Clulu.
fuclyls always running to and fro:
If news you want, Sl'I9lS sure to lmow.
GREENFIELD, BARBARA F.
Forester Staff: Forest Leaves Staff: Of-
fice Squad: lVlatl1 Club.
To star in radio is lxer ltope mul aim.
Wie wisli ller lots of lucle ancl fame.
GREENHOOD, XVALPIER C.
To many Seniors liels u mystery,
But not to tlwse witll liim in liistory.
Arista: Cllairman oi Caps ancl Gowns:
Section Captain, Senior: Senior Repre-
sentative: Arista Flutor.
To lrwin we uplift our voice:
Of many lails lie Hrst, our clioice,
GREENVVALD, EUGENE C.
Baseball Soccer: Seflillr Cprflleslfaf
Captains' Corps: Tracli.
Asia not for Cupial, Iupiter, Mars -
,rlley lift' for 11.911171-'ll, llut Gene is ollrsl
Arista: Language Honor Society: Lan-
guage Oli-ice Staff: Frenclr-American
Stuclent Stall: Forest Leaves Literary
A willing lreurt, u lielping lzaml
l:0T SPY'UlCP -' Pll0I' lil CIPTIIUVIJ.
GREENNYALD, ROBERT XY.
Slenoler unll lull, lie will rarely tulle.
A favor you asle? H0 will never loulle.
GREIFER, DORIS L.
Beacon: G.O. Sopln Rep.: Lilvrary
Squacl: Class Offices.
Clever sclzolar, leacler, too:
In fact tllerevs notlring slre cont flo.
GREVER, BARBARA A.
General Science Clulr: Plrotography
Clulv: Lilurary Squacl: Nluseurn Squaclt
Coacln in Spanislr.
ln archeology slw will be
Tlte greatest of tlie century.
Clerical xvorlcerz Forester Art Stall:
Senior Office: Nlarslral: Senior Play
A quiet fellow, everyone knows, -
A lieart-warming clzup, ruitlrout any
Forest Office Aisle: Language Office
Aisle: Treasury Office Aide: Nlarslral.
A friencl to ull, lrer personality
ls one of rliguifiecl regality.
GRUNEXYALD, RUTH L.
Leaders' Clulvg Laboratory Squad:
BI'3COH1 Gylll Olqflfel CjllE6I'lCEiClCl'.
Her face aglow, aliglrt nzitlx inner fire:
Let Fate uwurcl wlraterwr slw aspire.
I UNE 1946
HAISS, ELIZABETI-l F.
Assistant, Program Committee: Bloclern
DBl11'i'kClUlJZ Volleyball Clubg lvlarghgll
lflizalretlr, uritlr lrer moving grace,
A gift, imleezl, to tlne masculine racr
Class Ollirer: Nleritorious Service Cer.
tilicatv: Attenclancc- Ollice Aicle.
For our clroice,
Give us Ioyce.
HANLON. MAUDE E.
Hostess: Secretary, History.
An ,actual rnorlel slielll lie some cluvg
blies ulruays perfect, tlie amalenriway.
HANSEN. JANE C.
Q:-lptain of Hostesses: Nlorlern Dance
cJf0uPC SSCf0tary of Hi-Y: Exceptional
Sllels UP, 5ll9'S flown, sliels on tlre run.
lflflie, llliliv. so muclz fun.
HARDY. DIANE K.
Diane is always so merry arul gay ...
Sllelll surely chase your lllues away.
HASSARD. JOHN R.
Gym Squad: Section Aicle: Section
Presiclent: l.uncl1room lxlarslral.
Altlzo our Iolrn is quiet and slry,
mfs lenow lllat lie is quite ll guy.
HEFFNER, ELAINE L.
Arista: Forester Stall: Tutor: Senior
Play Committee: General Ollice Aide.
Personality, popularity galore,
Cflttlll you asle for rmyllling more?
Gene lms ever an innocent loole,
But we ull reacl lrim lilae a boole.
HENNESSY, ANN Nl.
General Office Attenflant: Aide in Ad-
ministration: Aicle in Emergency Room:
Aicle in Hill Sclrool Attcnclance Ollice:
Sweet anal lovely, lull of pep,
personality p- tliat's lier rep.
HERSCHEL, MARTIN J.
Varsity Golf Team: Captains' Corps:
Held ratlier slioot lilee lug Mcspaden
Tlwn receive top Senior ratin'.
HERSHON, NORMAN E.
lVlatl1 lnstruments Cluloz Gym Awarcls:
Marshal: Section Officer.
HGTSIIOHJS face, so strong anal silent,
Mrist mask emotions somewliat violent,
HESSEKIEL, RALPH J.
Cliorus: Play Production: Hall lvlar-
slrial: President Spanish Class: Tutor.
A girl is coming clown tlie street:
Lift your liut, Ralpli, not your feet.
Ba nil: Section Captain.
personality f- lris claim to fame:
None will eyer forget liis name.
HOLT. ERIKA J.
Hostess: Nloclcrn Dance Group: len
nis Tournament: Art Clulwz Prom Com
Riclzey, please obey rlirection.
Never eat your luncli in section.
HOBIBACH. ELEANORE A.
Nleritorious Service: Senior l,4CEld6l'S,
Cluln: Clrorus lVleml9er: Specrllnall Clula:
A Leaclers' memlner for many terms,
Anil Emergency aid in figliting germs.
HORN, MICHAEL C.
Stage Blanagcr: Senior Bancl: Wlaior
Nlusic Letter: Play Production: Excep-
tional Service Certificate.
Hes a fellow tlwt's lull ol lun,
A laoy tlmtys always on tlre ran.
HYMAN, PAUL D.
Arista: lxluseum Squaclz Nlatli lnslru-
ments Clulng Marshal.
Slim and llarulsome, ruptivating P-1
Sorry, girls, lie's graduating.
Victory Slmw: lvlinuteman: Oflice
Xvorlcerg Emergency Room Aide.
Gay aml lovely is Fanny lgnatios,
Xvitll manner refinerl anrl ever gracious
Guiclance Olzlice: Language Ollice:
Yleritorious Service Awarcl.
Ricling's lier lwotzlzy -1 wlmt a seat'
But to Spanislr, lwrv slie clrags lier feet.
History Office Aicle: General Ollliice
Aide: Class Treasurer: Baslcetlaall Clula:
Xvell vcrsecl in liistory's affairs,
Anil sleillezl, as well, in splitting llairs.
JAEGER, JOAN H.
Section Secretary: Clerk, Hill Qllice:
Clerlc, Parlc Office: Guiclance Ollliceg
Fleritorious Service Certificate.
A lovely smile,
Cllorus: Soltliall Clulnz Emergency
Room Aicle: Cafeteria lxlarslial.
Vtfiih lauglxter, smile ancl joyous song,
blue leeeps us lmppy ull rluy long.
Vice-Presiclent ol Senior Section: Arista.
Popular, pretty, witlz. cliarm galore,
None clisilairn lier - all ailorv.
JARRY, BIAUREEN P.
Curators Clulog Cliorus.
Lilzes excitement, rloes tllis lass:
Slies tlfie one from Boston, Mass,
JARVIS. JOAN M.
Section Captain: Senior Office: Forest
Ollice: Section Secretary: Gym Ollicc-.
Vioacious, cute, petite and pert,
Xvitlm clancing toes, ancl minrl alert.
JOEL. NANCY A.
Beacon: Forester: Presiclent ol Section:
Secretary in Hill Office.
Her art is sucli tllat often slle will sport
ln competition at tlie tennis court.
JOHNSON. LEORA H.
Nleritorious Service: Leaclc-rs' Clulv:
Baslietlmall Clulv: Speerlball Clulo: Salt-
ln tlie emergency room Sl19,S seen:
flt luelping otliers, Leoras been.
JOHNSON. ROSALIE A.
General Oli-ice Aicle: Emergency Room
Aiile: Art Stall ot Forester: Switcli-
Rosalie lias a winsome smile,
l'or wliicli tlie lyoys woulrl walle a mile.
KAHN, JUDITH M.
Play Procluction: Senior Section Treas-
urer: Matli Tutor: Nlarslral: Aclulinis
R0lllbTUn!ll, PlCClSSO Uflll HOU! ll IIPIU
liirly's a girl wliols sure to win fame.
Emergency Room Aide: Forest Atten-
Self-assurerl, witli worlclly air:
Scliool-girl comlnination rare.
KANIN, JUDITH Nl.
Senior CLO. Representative: Arista:
Class Captain: Language Honor S0-
cplt, slrie sparkles like cliampagne, an
'l'liut's wliy we love lurly Kanin.
KAPELSOHN, ZORAH K.
Beacon: Guiclance Olllice Aicle: Cutting
Ollice Aide: Senior Office: Forester.
A Beacon column lier claim to glory.
Vylitty anal funny is Zoralis pot
KARLE, JANE L,
As lwees to ltoney, so luoys to lane:
Oli pity poor lane, so sliy -1 it's vain,
Secretary to lVlr. Forslieitz Nlarslial,
Honor Roll: Hill Attendance Office.
Nice disposition, a friend to eacli,
ln otlier worcls, quite a peacll.
Language Honor Society: Stall ol For
est Leaves: Stall ol Forester: Frencli
Clulo: Spanisli Clulo.
For foreign language quite a flair,
Anil Spanisli spealzs iuitli native air
KAUFIVIANN. LOUIS R.
Illay Prociurtionz Art Ntetal Clulal Biar-
For pictures Iu' rIeIigI1ts to pose:
Oli IIQIS IIH- guy witI1 the stmrpy
Ifclitor, Beacon: Literary Board. I'-orest
Leaves: Forester: Btanager, Tennis
Team: NIinute 5Ian.
I,iIees to write -1 tire papers straw il:
Is pretty goori '-- and does Ile Imow it.
Leariersy Clulw: 80 Vxvorci Ixtinute Sirorl-
Inanci CIUIJ: Bactminton Clulr Social
Studies Office Aide: NIarsIiaI.
Atiltetic, romantic, you'II agree:
A pretty IJIonrIe, us you mn. see
Language Honor Soriety: Artministra-
tive Oitiice Airte: Fteritorious Service
DunieI's smart in ouerytlzing.
Daniel, 'tis of you we sing,
KLEINIVIAN. RALPH E.
Never seeies trouI1Ie, nor muses strife,
Quietly mrrtees u sufcess of Iris Iife.
KLINTBERG, DORIS J.
Sgt. in Civil Air Patrol: NIeritorious
S4-rvife Certiiifate: Forest Leaves: Rep-
resentative on Forester: Exfeptional
By IVIuses Imiest, urtisticnity inctinect,
bill' fur outslrines tIre orriinury minri,
KOIBURGER, ROBERT D.
Slurlent Conciuitor: Orelurstra: Band:
Trumpet musir every rtuy:
He COILLIUCIS in cr sIeiIIfuI muy
KOIJINLEIN. IIELIZN NI
Ileten, I'IeIer1, none more tuir.
XN"Iiere rIirI you get tI1ut Iorwly Iauir?
KOIIN. EDITH S. W
Bowling Cluin: Servifr' in Gym: I'nreign
Something gay, sIle'II uluruys limi,
To mulee u IurIz of sr'ImoI-rIuy grirut.
KOLIBRENER. IJHYLLIS I.
FTQIICII HCJIIIB ECOn0IllIl'S
Cluoral Reading Group: Class Ollicerg
Slender-, Ivlue-eyert, not too taII:
Pirit Ixus won tI1e Irenrts of aII.
KOPPEL. REYNOLD S.
Arista: Forester: Language Honor S0-
ciety: Secretary. Guidance Ollice: Sec-
retary, Language Oiiirc.
He Iypect it alt, tIris Forester complete:
A muu of Inruwn, unit Iprains, ami no
KOZAK. STANLEY J.
All-City Chorus: Srlmol Cluorusz IX'Iu-
Sl'Lllll Sqllildl CIlt'SS CIIUIJZ DIEIIII CIUIJ.
CIreruI1icuIIy ciieerful is Stanieyls voice:
For fun mul guiely Iieys our vIroiee.
KRAIVIER. DONALD G.
Forest Hills Banri: Baslietimall Intra-
llllll'ZlISQ Handljflll llltfillllufiilsi Cap'
SKICCPSS, Illfty Slly, OH. DOY! IIIIH IGH!
TITIPII lttily SIIUILIJ III' COYIIPIUIYI ut
KRANZ, MELVIN N.
Senior Olliice Captain: Presicient, Eco-
nomies Class: President, History Class:
Presiflvnt, Englisll Class: DIHYSIIEII,
His rIurIe Iwir r'urIe4I, airove u form
Ivo ufuurter Faitir Irus fallen for Iris Iine.
KURTZ. CAROL G.
iviinute Ninn: Aiuseuni Squzifi: Biztrf
ini Srienu Ollire Bioioq' Coaciiing
s f : '- 5 1 ky
'liliis one luis beauty, wil, unxi flaming
llmt cries u ciiullenge to tlie urnivient
LAPIDLYS, HARRIET R. '
Language Olfcci Aicifrz Park Atten-
cianco Oilire Aiclr-: ivlarsliai.
ll' iiupicius means stone, us trulli to toll
lt clues, tlicn, previous gem, farewell.
L,xRL'FFA, DOLORES C.
Secretary in Soriai Studies Office:
Aiarsliai: Cliorus: Tutor in Stenngrapliy.
Teil me, inaiclen, is it true,
More, tiiere are, at IIUIYIG like you?
Sefretary ol Arista: Presirient of Leami-
ers' Club: Forester Stall: Exceptional
XVIIPYI writing fails, Frecirilea rnuiees reply,
Aiulnin1iviylroin lter fingers, rliytiims
LHFEVRE. LEONARD F.
Junior Representative: Basiietimii Teain:
A very lmnrisome imy is Lenny
Loves 'em uii, not true to any
LEHRNIAN, RENEE J.
G.O. Secretary: Forest Leaves: Play
Prociuction: Exceptional Sorvime Certi-
Reneeis interest lies in lielcis politiful,
Tuctful, to rival with problems Criticcii,
LEONARD. BARBARA A,
Clieerieacierz Forester Stalii: History
Office: Engiisii Olilirez Baciminton Ciuix.
Vvyitii Barimruls ciieers weire sure to min:
lust mutcli lier wlien tlie games iwgin.
I UNE 1946
Captain of Senior Class:
Awarris: intramural Awards: Niatii in-
strument Cluli: Class Oliliicc-rg Senior
Hes iiig, lieis liancisonieg got lirains, too:
Xve all lilee Tericly, wifi so will you.
LEVINS, JAMES G.
Biology Laii. Squad: Pri-sicient oi Art
fxietai Ciuii: Lieutenant, Aiarsiiais.
Hevs large ol' musfle, large ol iimim,
llie equal ol any, tlmtis our lim.
LEVY. ANN V.
Honor Ccrtilicates: Exceptional Service
Certificate: Victory Siiow: Loaders'
Slie Iwiris mul taps to muster tlie flUl'lt'U,
Puviovu-to-ive, lier qlrenm romance,
LEXYIS, BIARCELLA 'I'.
Art Staff, Forester: General Gfliceg
Basics-tivali Clula: Library Oiiliictcg Emer-
QOIICY ROCJIIIQ 5IHfSititi.
iirieml of all, not lzoruuf to one,
To cloudy skies slie iirings tile Sllll
LEXVONTIN, RICHARD CHARLES
Lal: Tcciiniquos Squad: Nlatil-Science
Honor Society: Arista: Biatii-Science
Unequaiieai among us is Dicifs sagucity,
But pray, wlio eise iius liis capacity?
Track Team: Cafeteria Biarsiiai: Hail
ixiarsiiaig Niall: Club Nieniiier.
You suy iieis quiet? Tliat Dlfly be true,
But wlien Dunes urounfi, no one,s iiiue.
LINK, ANNE Fl.
Senior Orclieslraz Hoiiie Nursing Ciuldt
Serretary in Ot'c'liestra3 Nieritorious
Tlio wit from liefuity often slirinizs.
Slie iinlzs lmrli qualities. tlie rninxi
LINKER, MARCIA S.
Leaders' Clulo: Guiclance Ollice Aicle:
Rociirfs statue of tire mfliinlzery'
Mrist lze lasliionecl from Mcircia Linleer.
Meritorious Certillicate: Language Ol-
Here sae is, so cute ami tricky -1
Cauit you guess lier name is Clriekie?
LOCASTRO, JOSEPH A.
Baseball Team: Soccer Team: IV. Bas-
lcetloall: Track Team: Captains' Corps.
Heys helped in winning many a game:
No sparle is ire, izut a laurning flame,
LOPIN, RUTH R.
Beacon Stall: Forest Leaves Stall:
Badminton, Softball. Volleyball Clulds:
Xvitlr eyes agleam, eacli laci is liopin'
To win tlre lieart of Rutliie Lapin.
LUBELL. TONI E.
G.O. Representative: Nlarslralg Emer-
gency Room Aicle.
One in a million, tlie saying is true,
So we propose a toast to you.
MABEL, LEO P.
Sports Eclitor, Beacon: Captain, Tennis
Team: Forester: Treasurefs Oll-ice:
True to tlre Beacon. to tlie very emi.
An. atlzlete, scliolar, unri loyal frienrl.
MMCORMACK, PEGGY L.
Peggy is witty, pretty ami quiele,
ilxistence means notlxing, minus Dielz.
MADY, NVINIIIRED E.
Business Erlitor, Forester: Hill Srlrool
Aide: Guitlance Ollice Aicle: Language
A smile, u song, u liearty jest -1
Xvliy tliatls our Vtlini at lter lmest.
NTAINELLA, GLORIA J.
Stenograplry Awards: Nleritorious Certif-
icate: Spanisli Honor Certificate: Tutor
in Stenograpliy: Secretary in Hill Ot-
Uonvt you envy tiiis steno's lross,
Anal pity Forest Hillvs great loss?
NIANES. CORINNE P.
Biology l.al3. Squad: Cosmopolitan
Club: Curators Squad: Oliliee Squacl:
'lille clratter of Corley ever increases '-
A cascade in spate, its flow nel er ceases.
MANGAN, JOAN L. '
Section Secretary: Secretary, Boys
Healtli Eel.: lvlarsllal: Foods Lain.
Slie loolzs so meele anri silent, too,
But tlieres surprise awaiting you
MARCUS, JERRY J.
Wlarslmal: Cllelll Sflllafll SCll00l IBTOZICIA
cast over C.B.S.
Always luugliing, always gay.
Late to section every riay.
IVIARKOVXTIY, SUSAN .l.
Aclininistrative Aiclet Plarslial.
Sire is pretty: sl1e's ainusin' -1
Naturally uw speule of Susan.
MARKS, .IOY C.
Leaders' Clulmg Arista Tutor: Hill Ol-
lice Aicle: B1E1ISllEll.
Quiet: efficient in. every eurieuvor,
Denture Miss Mrirles is a Ioy forever
MARSHALL. BIARILYN .I.
Secretary ol All-City Clxorus: Secretary
in Language Olliice: Certificate ol Ex-
cellence in Spanislr: Senior Play: Vic-
Nature saiil, Hltls time to give ri voice
'lo some sweet girlf' ancl mazle tliis
Ilracli: Blill'Sl'IZll2 Class Captain: Elim-
livery clay you will see
Betsy and Iolm in SPS.
MARXHAUSEN. JEAN L.
A strip of material, a sewing macliine,
lust ll19S9 two items will satisfy lean.
BIASER, ESFIELLE E.
Senior Olliice: Senior Prom Committee:
Hill Attendance Aide.
some llolvliies are lun -f some are not:
Her lwblay is lnugs -1 lzelieve it or notl
MACRO, LUCY S.
Emergency Room: l'lealtI1 Service:
Slle raiserl lier lleacl in proucl clefiunfe:
UA man? Forluiill My love is science."
Associate Erlitor ol Beacon: Stuclent
Cllairman ol Queens Sectional Discus-
sion Conlerence: Varsity Traclc Team:
Current Events Cluldz Forum Clula.
ln scliool. M. Sy is very sliy,
But on tlie outside, Myl ol: Syl
Square Dancing Cluln: Guiclance Ollire:
Emergency Room: Loclcer Room: Vir-
A memlzer of tlie Victory Slxow,
Sliels llle girl youlcl like to lenoui.
I UNE 1946
blcGtIIRE. VIRGINIA M.
Treasurer ol G.O.: Arista: Exceptional
Service Certilicate: Gregg Awarcls:
Decimals will luring ller fame:
Our treasury clvpartment lws lier name
Nlarslial: Presiclent, Accounting Class:
Forest Scluool OI-liicc Aicle.
Sltels got tlie most enclranting smile:
Let's linger for u little ufliile.
IVICNULTY, IVIURIEL A.
Exceptional Service Certiiicate: G.O.
Council: Forester: General Qliliice.
Vifitli stenograplry lzer special art,
Anil lmeauty -1 to win employer's lieart.
MEYERS. GEORGE E.
Cliem ancl Plrvsics l..al1 Squacl: Presi-
tlent ol Cllem Lala. Squad: Exceptional
Service Awarcl: Science Award: nwlan-
Look lor a paper witlr. lierulline laolcl,
Or George, wlio will all news unfold.
MEYROVVITZ, LOIS E.
La Vanguarclia: lvlarslmalz Cutting Ol-
Iiice Squarl: Emergency Room Squacl:
Healtli Service Squacl.
Always laugliing, never lzlue,
Clever, witty -1 pretty too.
MICHEL, ALOYS A.
Boy Leacler ol Arista.
Al Mioltel is our man of tlre lmur:
On. lrim, aumrrls, we Lnouf, will sliower.
IVIILSTED, HELEN IVI.
Arista: Cllemistry ancl Pliysics Squacls,
Language Honors Society: Lalooratory
Ilieclmicians Squacl: Exceptional Serv-
Sl1e's ever so nice in more ways tlzan
fnclinecl to lace ltelpful, anol so rnucll
IVIOONEY, BE'I"l'Y A.
Boys' l'IealtIx ECI. Olliu-: Girls' Healtli
CDH-IC02 AXN'iIfClSI ylHI'SlIZll1
Smart to loolz al, apt in class is
Betty lxloolwy -1 lt'lIlIl a cllassisl
MOORE. JOAN A,
Forester Stall: Secretary in Science
Ollice: lvlarslial, Stucly I'lnllg Secretary,
Hill Attenrlance Ollico.
Slenrler ancl tall,
B9lOI7Pil by itll,
BIORRIS, FERN C.
Play ljroilurtiong Rarlio Xvorlisliop:
Clroral Spealcing: Senior Play Com-
mittee: Class Olilicer.
luclys companion in ulnnior Missl'
Filled our clmcleling liearts rvitli lzliss.
MORRIS, GORDON J.
Play Production: Nlarslial: l.alJ, Squarl:
Latin Clulv: Stamp Clula.
GOFJOII-'S alert, anal canny, mature,
Apprecialivc of caricature.
MORRIS, VALERIE J .
Cl1OHlSC Sulnject Class Ollicer: Arista
A gem in. tlw cliorus
ls Valerie Morris.
NIORRISSEY, JOSEPH E.
Captains' Corps: Section Captain: In!
lfiillillfill rllfillfli Awarrl: lX12Il'Sl1Hl.
Herels a Loy we all arlrnire -1
Gramlnating, lielll go liiglwr.
MOTSCH, XVILLIANI A.
Lieutenant ol Cafeteria lxlarsllalsp Intra-
murals Awarclg Section Class Qllicerz
Wliile olliers talk ln sing 'ri play mucli
Vtfilliam sits f-1 and cloesnlt say Motscli.
NEELNIAN. HERBERT It.
Nlanager. llaslcctluall Team: Aeronauti-
Avid for auglit tl1at'll run, or float or
Fly - for lwls unntsl' ulzout a motor.
NICHOLAS, XVILLIAM MARTIN
Arista: Beacon Eclitorg I.alJ Tecll Squad:
l'le's miglily clever, uttestezl Ly peelzin'
Az llis snappy articles in F. H, Beacon
Rlatlwniatics Honor Certilicate: Latin
Tutor: l..f'ilfl9YSl Clul3: Baslietliall Club.
OCONNOR, HUGH C.
Cltemistry ancl Plmysics Lalm. Squacls:
Victory Sliow: Cllorusz Calf-tcria Blar-
Lovulvle, lauglmlnle, all-arounrl Htlgll,
If you neecl clieering, lierels your Cli9.
.Junior Representative, Hill Sclmolg Sen-
ior Council: Co-cliairman ol Prom
Committee: ljrcsiclent ol Hi-Y.
Put lias a love wlio is rlarlz anal tall:
blie s never alone, on stairway, in lmll.
OLIVA, JEAN D.
General Ollico Attenclant: Arlministra-
tion Aiflvg Hill Attenclancre Ollice Aiclc.
In class slirfs liappy, smiling, gayg
Her lauglilvr always learls tlie way.
ONEILL, GLORIA D.
cjjilrljillllilltt, cilIf'eflCaClCTS: PFOIH RCPIC'
sentative: Isearlers' Clulo: Senior Office:
Exceptional Service Certilicate.
Conover wants lier, anrl so clo we'
Gloria s popular, llll1l'S plain to see
OSTBERG, HENRY D.
Excellent Service Awarcl: Varsity Fenc-
ing: Delnatingg Beacon.
Four long years tlxat slowly passezl:
Bet youyre glurl youvre out at lust.
PANZINI, ELSIE D.
Aicle in Guiclance Qllicez Secretary in
History Ollireg Captain in Section,
Our Elsie's rmliant smiling face
Ivlulzes snnsliinu in u sliazly plum.
IJAPE, DOLORES E.
Sleruler :xml lull,
ljuvorezl of ull.
PAPPAS, CHRISTINA N.
Nlemlaer ol Clmrus: I..il9rarian ol
Cllorusg Secretary, Guiclance Oll-ice:
Secretary, Clnorus. -
Cliristinu Pr ppu on all tlie rui- liows,
. . 1 5. 1 , 5
Sixty-four clollur questions slie lenows.
Language Honor Society: Forest Leaves:
Forester: Guitlance Ollice.
If tl1ere's sometliing you want clearer,
Simply call on little Vera,
Arista: iVIarsl1al: Curators Clulu.
fl! Prom lze spent u merry clime,
ftnrl genre flue girls a glowing. tinw.
Clmeerlearlerz Hostess: Forester Art
Stall: Class Treasurer.
Sol!-spolzen. very sweet.
liolnlbie is tlw girl to meet.
1 UNE 1946
PAUL, LEILA J.
Secretary, Healtll Ent. Ollice: Leaolers
Clullz Exceptional Service Awarcl
l4lPilltll AVS'2lI'llZ NlZlfSllEll lll Cilfe
lntroilucing Leila Paul,
lolly soul, a frienrl to ull.
Icatin Tutor: Stufly Hall Blarslxal
Alllio reluctant to join. in noise,
Rose is gil-terl nritli clmrin of poise.
IJERLFILYTH. XVILLIANI A.
Fllracli Team: Intramural Atliletics
Ixloritorious Service: Council
Big mul jolly, mul oli, so smart,
wins Iris way to u l!lflylS lleurt.
Senior Treasurer: Senior Council: Treas-
ure-r's Ollice: Section Secretary: Excep-
tional Service Cr-rtilifatc.
lluts off to Lil.
Anil to ller
PETRIE. NIARY H.
Honor Roll: Class Secretary: Nlatln
lsatin ancl Frenclx Honor Certificates
Slwe placecl stress
PVOERTNER, I'HYI,l.IS A.
lietllall Clulil: Art Stall ni Fotos
Xkllwn llorses are near,
You can lleor Pliyllis clieer.
Cillillftllflfl, Senior Play: Foresterg For-
xvill tlie senior Vice-Prvsiclent
Be ri Xvliite House resirlent?
Curator in IX'lus'c-um: Tennis Clulwz Bas'
Vine-Presiclent, Senior Classg Cliorus:
PIRON. JEANNE C.
Forest Leaves Art Stall: Clioral Reacl-
ing Group: Hostess: Radio Vvorlcsliop.
Oli, l coulrl sit anrl stare mul stare
At leunnie witli. tlie liglit lzrown liuir.
PLA, ELIZABETH R.
Secretary, Art Ollice: Secretary, llill
Ollice: Gregg Awarcls: lvlarslxal: Vol-
iluenos alias, senoritu, goorl clay, Miss
Slxels lzetter tlwan u e in tlmt Spanislr
'llraclc Team: Clrcmistry Lalw. Squacl:
Exceptional Service Certificate.
ln, ltistory class, wlien argument ran rife
You'rl Sancly Hnrl, in center of tlie strife.
lVIarsl1al Squacl: Englislr Ollice Aiclc.
To lzeauty add a clisposition
Equalvle in composition.
POXVER, MAVIS C.
Clxorusg Aclministration Typist, Class
Morris power's clxeer is sucli -1
You rlont miml influenza '-1 mucli,
PROPPER, LEONARD H .
lvllvl 5fC, USS. Iowa. U. S, Navy,
M1111 of tlze lxour witli Van lolmsonls
Our ex-sailor cramps aflolescents' style.
PROPPER, IVIARY ELLEN
Forester: Forest Leaves: Cliorus: ljlay
Prorlucliong Clloral Spealxing.
1411 0lJ0f'U. Sltlt' tt7tJtIl!l Mllfy llllvtl IJUI
Sire will lie, loo H lier liigliest note is C.
PUSTILNIK, JEROME NI.
Arista: Senior Representative, Hill
Scliool: Associate Eclitor, Forest Leaves:
Lieutenant ol Marslials: Cllem. Lalo.
In. affairs political ferry is ul1ep,H
He macle a most glorious Senior Rep.
RAIRDEN, DORIS NI,
Leaclers' Clulv: Exceptional Service
Award: Specdball Club: Volleyball
Clulm: Deloate Clulo.
ulllest Atlileten is wlmt tliey sairlg
Dirl you really fail Healtlt Ecl?
RANNEY, ROBERTA N.
Meritorious Certilicatc: Clxoral Reacle
Sill-7,5 UllUGyS flelllf SlIQ'S YIPIIPT IUTOYIQ,
Anal leeeps lier sunlnurn all year long,
RASKIND, JOSEPHINE B.
Girl Leacler ol Arista: Eclitor, Science
Journal: Tennis Tournament: Lalnora-
tory Teclmician: Ecole Libre.
Girl leader of Arista, our loe:
lllre sclrool will lzate to see lrer go.
RAUSCH, PETER C.
Nlatlx lnstruments Clulbz Plmysics Cluln.
Peter, with liis quiet mien,
Helrl lzy all in true esteem.
Guiclance Ollzicc Aicle: Stucly Hall
Rlarslral: Ping pong
A smile arresting,
REUBENFELD. MARILYN S.
Section Secretary: Olllice Aicle.
A lait of cliatter, twinlele in lier eve,
lvo lletter frienrl can we supply.
RIENVERTS. CHRIS F,
Captains' Corps: l3.S.A,l-. Awards:
Gym lVlarslral: Class Olticer.
Cllris draws near witlr stealllry air,
Youlll lve lIllOtUgl'lLpllK'll -f lJewarel
Art Stall ot tlre Ycartmoolcg Ctroral
Spealiing Cluln: Secretary in Section:
Art Bazaar Committee: Secretary in Art
For pen anal paints slre lras a passion:
We liope slne malees lzer marle in fasl1ion.
RIVLI N, ELLIOT
BIZll'SlltllQ Inlfalllufill Avtfilffl.
Unless lie lrritzes a willing proctor,
Can lflliot ever lie a rloctor?
ROBERTS, MARTHA E.
Meritorious Service: Latin Clulaz
Grapluic Arts Clulo: Nlarslual Squad.
Martlrals intelligent, gay aml sincere:
ltls always a joy to lrave lrer near.
Varsity Baslietloall: Captains' Corps:
No optical trick:
lt's Hlittlen Dicle.
ROSE. JANET .l.
Language Honor Society: Language
Oltice: Forest Leaves: Cutting Ottice.
fl lauglr, a smile, a quicle retort,
Our janet is tlre sportive sort.
ROSEN. BERNARD f
Class Ollicer: lvlarsllal: Tutoring:
Full of fun ancl miscliief, too,
Doing tlrings lie slroulclnlt clo.
I UNE 1946
ROTH, VVILLIAINI C.
Senior Section Captain: President ol
Orctrestraz 'llraclc Team: Nlemlver ot
His sparleling wit anal clzeerful smile
Awake "5 IWPPY fill llle wlrile.
ROTHHOLZ. PETER L.
lilay Production: Cosmopolitan Clulv:
l'0fU'H Clulr: Englislr Dept., Radio
Lute urrilrerl from Englamlls sllore -
vtlislr tlleylrl sencl a couple morel
RUFFOLO, HENRIETTA A.
Sfffelary, Attendance Otticc: Tutor in
Her Frencli marlzs slzow lzer sleill in lzooks:
Her lmngs reveal rz taste in looles,
SAHMEL, EVA M,
Perfect Attendance: Ctlorus, Senior Let-
ter: Leaders' Clutlc Biology Equipment
figs: Badminton: Volleytmall: Speed.
Maisie, art anal lzanclicrufts too,
Hardly a tlring tliat slre canlt clo.
SALTER. DOROTHY D.
Hostess: Ctloral Reading Group.
Pretty, lxlonxle. tlnat's Dotty Salter,
Soutlrern drawl - Quiclzl Wl1ere's tlre
SANFORD. ROBERT F.
Plmotograplry Clula: Forest Leaves: Cap-
tains, Corps: Forester.
Talzing pictures, stealing too,
Bolfs u cliampion tlzru anal tlrru.
Cutting Ottice Aide: Boys' Healtlr Ed.
Ollice Aide: Guidance Ottice Aide.
A little iolee, a little clieer,
A little miscliief r- Pat is l1ere.
SCHAFER, MARILYN E.
Forester Art Stall: Hostess: Nleritorious
Certilicate: Tennis Club.
Marilyrils languisliing, graceful stroll
Stimulutes' tlre masculine soul.
SCHMIDT, DORIS E.
Nleritorious Service Certificate: Hill Al-
tcnzlance Olljice: Emergency Room:
Clever nncl lull, of lzlonnlisli liue,
Girls like Doris are fur too few.
SCI-IMIDT. EVERETT E.
Senior Pr:-siclent: Intramural Baslcet-
lmall: lVIarsl1al: Section Captain.
Tim presiclent of our Senior class,
lvo one possilvly coulcl surpass.
Language Honor Society: Biology Lalm.
Squacl: Clroral Reacling Group: Guiml-
ance Office Aide: Forester.
Your coal-lJluclz liair, your pensive loole,
Ali, Lisa, Lisa -4 can you coole?
SCHOENLEIN, CHARLES F.
P,S.A.L. Awarcl: l..llIlClll'00Ill Lieuten-
ant: Hall Marslial.
Clzarlie may not lie a very gooil cook,
But let lxim slip into tllis Senior laoolz.
SCHUIVIANN. RULEF VV.
Plwtograplly Club: Lieutenant Cafeteria
Aclrl to llis Arlonis gift
A wit tl1ut's sliurp, witli quite ri lift.
SCHUSEL, ROSALIE M.
Clieerleaclerg Beacon: Forester, Lawlor
in Girls' Gym, Nlarsllal.
Slle dances, sings, this real-lnairecl cute:
Wlrile slze sings weyre liappy, mute.
SCHXVEIZER, ANITA C.
NIEll'SllElI lor Healtli Service: Baclmintou:
Wrlelll see Anita jump witli glee
X,V7,I0ll clress clesignel' slle will lie.
Forester: Art Ullice Secretary: Spanish
A clmrmiug aufl a clever girl,
Precious us lier name of Pearl.
Hostess. Spanislr Class: Nlarslml, Stucly
I'Iallg Scliool Olzlice Aicle.
To everyone u frierul in neecl,
A cliarming girl. slie is, inrleerl.
SHANLEY. PATRICIA D.
Victory Show: Cllorus.
Tlie nuvy toole over at siglxt of Pat:
Slle will admit, ul iliillft minfl tl1ut.H
SHAPIRO, DAVID M.
Section Captain: Nlatll Instruments
Clulwg COSHIOPUIIIEIH Clulw: Cll1fHl. l.Hb.
Squad: Lieutenant ol lxlarslrals.
Let Daviil have no scllolurly fears -1
Tllru F. H., lie, in seven lmll years.
SHARPE, .IACQUELINE H,
Play Production: DQIUSCUIII Squiuil: Fot-
est Office: Guiclance Ollice: Ivlinute
Boys UIIIO S89 'IPI' lll ill? llllll
Vv'oulcl tulle lner to tlle Senior Boll.
Varsity Baslcctloallg Intramural Athletics:
I:rencl1 Certificates: G.O. Council.
No acuilemic life for Iovl:
He clwse a more utlzletic
SIEGEL. JUDITH A.
l-ilJrury Squacl: Baslictlaall Club: Sec-
tion Secretary: Soltluall Clulm.
Full of fun, lzriglit unrl gay,
Xvelll ialee Iucly, any clay.
Selma will never miss a triclz,
Because lier minfl is liglltning quick.
SILVERMAN. GERALD MURRAY
Traclc Team: Captains Corps: Boy
Lcacler of Arista: Clmoral Reacling Club:
Not many tliere are as clever as ferry,
Conscientious in worle, consistently merry.
Beacon Reporterg Biology Lain. Squacl:
Lt. ol Cafeteria lvlarslxals: Cross-Counl
try Team: Nlatll lnstrunlents Club.
There always lzeams a smile upon luis
ln personality lie rates first place.
SMITH, VlRGlNlA S.
ylinute Nlan: Cro. Representative.
Surely Snuffy will get some place,
Xvitli ller lovely form anrl face.
SOCOL, VICTOR B.
lntralnural Baslietlvnll, Tennis: lVlatl1
Club: Book Clulag Raclio vlllleory Clulw.
To clo liis lies! is tliis IJOy'S nim. f-
A necessary step to fame.
SOHMER. JOAN H.
Park Attendance Ollice Aide.
Vvitli all tlie boys slie loves to clance -4
Shell steal your claie witli lialf a clmnce.
I UNE 1946
Switclrlaoarcl Operator: General Ollife
Aicle: Cafeteria lxlElfSllillQ Flinute Blau.
Aitractiuvly clever, tlie capalzle sort,
Popular, too f-1 inclulges in sport.
SPIEGEL. ANNETFE L.
ln mercliarulising welll Annette:
buccessful, too, we safely inet.
SPIEGEL. FRANK A.
Vice-President ol G.O.: Arista: All-
City Higlr Sclmol Clxorusg Language
Honor Society: Varsity Traclc, Soccer.
ln all trarles a laclz, musician of note,
No womler tlre girls euerlastingly clote.
STANDERVVICK. BEVERLY R.
Secretary, Home Economics: Secretary,
TIM? tlrree nG's"
Gentle, Generous and Genuine
Arista: Language Honor Society: Bi-
ology and Cllenlistry Lab.: lvlarslmlz
Baslcetloall and Soccer Intramurals.
His name'll leacl to a wrong conclusion,
Or liowls this wolf in rleep seclusion?
STEIN, SONA E.
Science Secretary: Stucly Hall lVlarsl1al:
Her aim is high ,-1 lwr grasp lmeyoml
tlie few -f
To reacli tlie top, laols, in spite of you.
STEINTHAL. DOLORES R.
Victory Slxow: St. Gauilenls Art lvleclal:
Forest Leaves Art Editor: Forester Art
Stall: Exceptional Service Certificate.
Picasso, Goya, Wood --1
Dolores, too, is goocl.
Play Procluctiong Foreslerg Senior Play:
publicity C0llllllltt6C1 Art Ollicc Sec-
Energetic, witll plenty to say,
Her only neeil - more liours per rlay.
Nluseum Squacl: Nlatlr Clutxg Frencli
Clulog Atllletic Awarcls.
An enormous quest for learnin'
Has our lnoy, Stanley Sternin.
STOCK, PETER D.
Cliairnian, Prom Comnliltee: Senior
Representative, Forest School: Section
Captaing lvlcritorious Service Certiticate.
Oli, so suave and very cool,
He smiles at all tlie girls in scliool.
Hall MBfSllalZ Art Metals Clulm.
For classes Ioanne is always late f-
A stroller - tarfly for a olate.
Ecole l.ilJre: Language Honor Society:
Forester: Beacon: Traclc.
Berniels a witty young man to lenowg
xVll9Hv llels UFOIIHJ U79 Caflll feel IOIU.
Cvuiclance Ollife Aicle: Parlc Sclmnl
Ollicc Aicle: Hill Sclwool Ottice Aide:
lVlarsl1alg Parlx Scllool Attendance Ol-
ln section witli. a powcler puff aoleptg
ln class, oli Jearl occasionally slept.
STRESINO, LOUISE A.
Ecole Libre: Sorial Studies Otlice:
Badminton Club: Cutting Ollicicq Gyllll
Louise is sweet ancl cliarming, too:
We lenow yaulil lilze ller as we clo.
STRIPPOLI, FRANCES C.
l:orest Oltice Aicie: flarstial, Cafeteria:
Cllarining, quiet, sweet as well:
Her name trips ringing, lille a llell.
SULAHIAN, A. VVILLIAM
Fencing Team: Banclc lJ,S,A.l., Awarclsz
Nleritorious Service: Nlatli Otticc Aicle.
To ive a doctor is luis aim:
Soon lwlll surely rise to fame,
SULLIVAN, HELEN Bt.
Cutting Oltice Aicle.
Full of giggles, lull of spiee -
By tlxe way, we tliinlc slies nice
SUNDSTROM, THELMA G.
Chorus: Victory Straw, Nlarsluil: Hill
Xve call l1er Sunny f- so apt a name
Can only lecul to sunlit fame.
SVVEEZY, BE't'l'E .IEANNE
Cll0fUSQ Aicle in Attenclunce Office: Qt'-
ficer in Section: Latin Tutor: Boclruinton
Bette, rlignifiecl ancl so sincere,
Slie will go places, never fear.
TAORMINA, CATHERINE A.
Goorl-lnimorecl, witli on ever-reacly smile
A girl lilee Kitty really is wortli wliile.
BRIEFS llill .
Friends wlio lenoiu ami love lner well,
Of inner lainrlliness will tell.
Forest Oliiiiceg Arista Tutor: Healtli Efl.
Office: Science Club: lxflarsilal.
If rememlwrance is rosemary,
Tlien no one votes contrary.
TORBERT. ELAINE E.
Forester Art Stall: Forest Leaves Art
Vxfliutls to lve seen in yon crystal liall?
Torlaert anrl otlners - Designers all.
TOTSCI-IEK, JOHN J.
Parlc Sclwool Airie: Forest Sclxool Aicle:
Forest Hills Forum: Foreign Policy
Slie plays lier part.
TRAUBE. ANNE IVI.
Nlarsli al: Latin Club.
A quiet girl of sterling wortli
ls more tlzan all tlie golol on eartlw.
TRIPPEL, GERALD E.
TFEICIC TCHIIII lntfalilllfill AWG ITIS:
Clremistry Lain.: lvlatll Tutor.
Gerald witli an intellect rare,
Goes tliru seliool witlaout a care
UGHEITA. PATRICIA A.
Secretary in Stucly Hell: Aifle in First
Aid: Ciiorus: Victory Slww.
XViih really smite, yet tliouglitful. cleepi
Vxfliat flreams, my Pat, disturb your
VALLE, LOUIS C.
Presiolent. Ciiess Clulv: Engineering
Cluim: Cliemistry Clulo: Tracli.
Tennis, cliess: never clally:
Graole-A liustler I- our friencl Valle.
I UNE 1946
VALLE, SERGIO V.
Forester: Clienlistry Clulag Bronze
P.S.A.L, Medal: Marslml.
Serg. youlre clever, really so:
lust wliat is it rnalees you go?
VAN CLUTE, SUSAN
Englisli Ollice: Forester Stall: Tennis
A liorse lover, Sue,
And a morlel, ,tis true.
VAN DER RYN, FREDERIKA H.
Biology Lab. Teclmician: Secretary,
Arista: Tutoring: Volleyball Club: Lan-
guage Honor Society.
Freflcly is cliarming, one of tlie lzesi,
Ancl clever enougli to pass any test.
VAN GALEN. PETER J.
Physics Lair.: Guiclance Office: lvlatli
ancl Piiysics Awards.
lvlien Peter arises in class to speak,
Yve all relax i-1 l1e'll talee a week.
VOGEL. EVELYN G.
Class Office: MHTSII al .
For luncllroom gaiety just watcli Evelyn:
Tlie social wliirl starts lier to revelinll
VOGEL. INES F.
Frencil-American Stuflent Paper: For-
est Leaves: Forester: Language Honor
Society: Leaders' Clulo.
Tlie lzirols sing sweet wlien Vogells near
Sliels clear, and utterly sincere.
VOYNOW. ROBERT B.
The prirle and joy of SFI.
He always lias liis liomeworle clone.
VVAGNER, RENEE H.
Clrorus: Guidance Office Aide: Parlc
Sclrool Oilice Aide: Meritorious Service
Award: Language Ollilice Aide.
A lovely girl is our Renee,
Vxflioyll proudly smile Diploma Day.
VVALDER, lVllRlAlVl J.
Lillrary Squad: Englisli Office: Frencli
Office: Tennis Clulu.
A quiet clwrm of sweet appeal
The ever-passing days reveal.
NVALSH, NATALIE A.
Secretary, Senior Section: Secretary,
Quiet anol sliy, witli ltardly a peep:
But clon't forget still waters, oleep.
NVARD, ROSElVlARlE lVl.
Secretary, Home Economics: Hill At-
tendance Oiiice: Meritorious Service
Certificate: Volleyball Award.
Her liair is clark: lier skin is lair:
Your ills, lter aid, Sll9,S quicle to sliare.
Forester: Leader in Gym: Secretary.
Commercial Otiice: Secretary, Guidance
Office: Baslietlaall Club.
Roberta is always smartly dressed,
Dainty lzlouse, anal skirt well pressecl.
VVATSON. RUTH L.
Secretary, Healtll Ed. Oli-ice: Secretary,
Hill Attendance Office: Volleyball
Team: lVlarsl1al: Gregg Certificates.
Dainty, gay, in very trutli,
Sparleling laugliter i-f little Rutli.
NVEBSTER, HOVVARD A.
lntramural Awards: P.S.A.L. Awards:
Color Guard: Marshal.
Oli, ltere's tlie lvoy wlio's got a lieaol,
Tlie very lzriglttest slulole of red.
VVEINER, PHYLLIS T.
Home Nursing Clull: American Junior
Red Cross: Parlc Sclrool Office Aide:
Pliyllis Weiner, small and slim,
Helped tlie Real Cross leeep in trim.
NVEISS, DANIEL ROBERT
Pres. Sec. Class: Pres. Bio Class.
A pretty girl attracts ltis eye,
Despite tlie fact lie's lzimml of sliy.
Guidance Office Aide: Attendance Of-
fice Aide: Graphic Arts Cluln: Drama-'
tic Club: Hall lVlarsl1al.
We envy lane lier lovely liuir,
A goddess, slze, divinely fair.
Attendance Office Aide: Guidance Of-
Brown-eyeol, witlt climples in lier clieele:
Oli, Georgia, 'tis of you we speale.
VVESELY, LORRAINE F.
Curator in Nluseurn: Hill Attendance
Personality, plus a smile tl1at's glowing,
Lee is really a girl wortli lmowing.
WESTNIAN, ABE A.
History Office Aide: Intramural Bas-
Boys and girls, come gatlzer round:
Alwe is lzere f-1 let joy alzourul.
VVETTERER, ERNEST W.
Cliemistry Lula.: Marslialz Cartooning
Club: lntramural Baslcctluall: Class
Altlio liis name flemaruls a pun.
Sucli worcls as Hivettern we will sliun.
THE F ORESTER
NVIDDER, IRWIN H.
Senllll' Balldl LlLU1l0l' Band: Ilitfallluffll
Squad Awarcl: General Science, Biol-
ogy. Plrysics Honors: Caleteria ancl
Hall lvlarsllal Squacls.
Alrlm lie's Sliy,
Hes quite a guy.
NVIELE, ALICE T.
Senior Ollice: Aclministration Aicle:
lxlarstral, Gym: Nluseum: lxlinute Nlan.
Acquiesce, sweet Alice will,
If aslzecl to lny a certain Bill.
XVIENER. MARCIA E.
lxluseum Squad: Secretary to lVlr.
Smulqlerg Nlarsllalg Baclminton Clulm.
One of tl1e sweetest of all our grads.
Equally loveol lay girls and lacls.
VVIGLER. PAUL VV.
Cllemistry-Pllysics Lalo.: Tutoring Room:
FOFUIH Club: Foreign Policy Cluln.
A scientist we lrave riglzt ltere:
ln class liels never in tlre rear.
General Honor Roll: Nlatli Certificate:
Helenys a treat,
NVINBERRY. DOLORES V.
Senior Qllicez Guidance Olllicc Typist'
Emergency Room Aide.
Vtfirlt clmrm lner nature ever glows:
lts powers to lreal, eacli Senior lznorvs.
VVOLF, JANE A.
Emergency Room lxlarslral: Healtli Sc-rv.
ice Leamler: Officer in Section: Barl-
Curly liloncle lane is always smiling ,-.4
Ever lwewitcliing, quv anil beguiling.
I UNE 1946
VVOLFORT, CAROLINE A.
Victory Show: Art Bazaar: Blarslml:
Attcnclance Ollice Airle: lVlinute lvlan.
Pat Boycl ancl Georgia Carroll, too:
Heres moclel competition, true.
YACZKO, EMMA E.
Forest Ollicc: Girls' Emergency Room:
lVlarsl1al: Secretary, Trigonometry Class.
Emma slroulfl ltave a stoclz in "Bell"
Besiiles, in art clues slle excel.
YOTT, ElVllLlE S.
Senior Secretary: Tutor for Arista: Sten.
Spcecl Club: Secretary, Art Office: Sec-
retary, Senior Ollice.
Secretary. always taleing notes:
Popular, too: slie got our votes.
YOUNG, MILDRED S.
Secretary, Attcnolance Ollice: Aicle,
Guidance Oltice: Study Hall lx!lHfSl'lEtl.
Milly is ever sweet and cllarming:
Nary a troy will finil lier alarming.
P.S.A.L. Award: Language Honor So-
ciety: Nlarslialg Clulo 4X.
Tlm' lzarcl to pronounce is lVlario's name,
W'e'll lznow Yzquierclo, on reacling llis
ZACHER. JOAN F.
Guiclance Ollice Aicle: Emergency
Room Aiile: General Ollice Aicle:
A little lzunclle of joy is loan,
Vvlitlr. never a fault for one to conulone.
Science Ollice Squad.
Harveys tlre lnoy witli tlie willing feet,
To seelz tlle friends lie will often meet.
ZUCKER, MATVHEXV H.
Chorus: Biology I.al1. Terlmician
His smite, u tonic:
His nature, sympllonic.
U. S. Army.
Bureau ei Hlissing Seniors
Each winter white me trurtgeft ttiru snow,
She Izasleed Izy Carit2I1ean's ftow.
FREYDBERG, VVILLIAM E.
SOCCCI' TCHYIII TIHCIC.
There Ire goesl He's off tilee a flash!
At the rate lie runs I1e'll win every clash.
Frencll Club: Spanish Club: IVIatI1
In the fietrt of merticine tie will tae:
Heltt ctoctor you fine - you wait amt see.
Captain Varsity Baseball: Gym Cap-
tain: Intramural Baseball: Nlarstlal.
At baseball Bill will never lose,
Because his name is Bitty Hughes.
Clrnorus: Banclq Victory Show: Concerts
The gods on Kelley Courtesy bestowed:
We have reaped urliat they so Ieinctty
To Forest Hills stie came not long ago,
And soon we tznew leer gem-like glow.
METCALF, MARY LOUISE
Secretary of I'Ii-Y: Hostess: Senior Ot-
ticc Squacl: Nlarstialz Forest Leaves.
The stage is Hue for Mary Lou,
its a writer slxeyll ctn, too.
REFERS, HOWARD A.
Intramural Awarcls: IWIatI1 Club: IVIatI1
Spanish and Latin Awards.
In chemistry, Iie's the latest rage:
Our contribution to tti' Atomic Age.
High Honors Awarcls: P.S.A.I.,. Awarfl
lVIatI1 Instruments Club: Ctiem Club.
The class toctay has a pate complexion,
For Larry came on time to section.
Here we 110179 our friend, E. Stelting,
And what 'IBIS up to, tI1ere's no telling.
The silent, sliy and quiet type,
With suntit smite, however, ripe.
HOVV ARD NAYSBIITH
Weatlier Forecast: Have YOU
All P li
Fair, Fat and 40 AIEEQYSEES?
Volume I, Number 1 June 21, 1971 Forest Hills, New York ,
At Annual Reunion
Cincxoo, June 21-Last night,
at the 15th annual Athletes of
America Reunion. trophies were
awarded to several national
sports tigures tor their outstand-
ing achievements during the past
years in haseball, basketball,
liencing and golf. The presenta-
tions were made by Honorary
President Nicholas Spata, who
said, ul am glad to see so many
liormer Forest Hills athletes gain-
ing national recognition here to-
night. These boys have gone tar
to IHHICC H TIHIHC tor 1ltElllSClVCS
in the sports world and justly
deserve credit for their excellent
Leo iwlabel, who last Septem-
ber captured the National Nlenis
Singles Championship tor the
third straight year, was awarded
a bronze statue as the stand-out
tennis player ot the year.
On the basis of their sterling
court play during the lnvitation
Tournament held at lxfladison
Square Garden last week, Dick
Rogers, who incidentally broke
George b'1ikan's record of 55
points tor a single game, and
Eliot Benson, star forward, were
awarded twin trophies as the
two most valuable basketball
players ot the year.
ln the field oi golf, an award
was given to Mattie Hershel,
winner of the P.G.A. open tour-
nament last winter and top
money-winner of the year.
Three ot the outstanding var-
sity men ot the original Forest
Hills baseball team received gold
plaques. They were Billy
Hughes, now a catcher for the
New York Yankees. and Joe
IAOCHSUO illifl Gene Gl'CEnVt'Elld.
Honorable mention designated
Billy Sulahian, who is touring
Europe at present, as another
one ot the many athletes ot the
President Spata, in closing,
stated that he hoped that next
year would hring a flock ot new
stars to the annual gathering.
as well as the old familiar iaces
of tonightis audience.
Town Hall Concert
Happy' BHl'l1l'2tCll, YHIIIOUS iZlZZ
pianist. has arranged another
concert to be given at Town
Hall on Saturday night, ilune
22r1d. The program will teature
an original composition tor clar-
inet and piano. and a medley
ot old 1945 songs, Tickets tor
the concert will go on sale at
the box oilicc next week.
To Invite Millionaire
Playboy Next Fall
lVll,xMl, June 21-Mr. Louis
Kauliman, wealthy lvliami resi-
dent. who purchased the Uni-
versity ol' hliami two years ago
and abolished all academic
courses. has been invited by the
Dean ot' Columbia University to
come North in September and
reorganize the school.
Nlr. Kaufman gained nation-
wide attention in 1958 when he
decided to inject a new progres-
sive system ot education into the
curriculum ot lxliami students.
lvlajor subjects included Social
Relations and Yachting, with a
six-month mandatory course in
the Treatment tor Sunburn tor
all candidates seeking gradua-
ll01'l. KHUFIIIHH I'f'IIl0VBfl ll1C
athletic ticld, and in its place,
constructed a race track around
the campus grounds and two
small night-clubs hehind the
Faculty advisors tlrom Oxford,
Rome and Harvard declared that
Mr. KElUflllBH l18S'llliiClC IIIOTC
ot an advancement in the field
ot education in the past two
years, than any other man since
Vvhen asked about the report
that he will accept the ottier to
come North this tall, hir. Kauf-
man declined to make any delhi-
nite statement, saying, ul have
received a similar invitation trom
Yale University, and have not
yet decided in favor ot either
school. Traveling accommoda-
tions are so difficult to acquire
these days, you know."
66 ' 99
Buddy Bloom, asked it he had
anything to say when presented
with the silver cup tor having
the most beautiful body tor
1960, said, "All the credit tor
this award belongs to the 156
special at Forest Hills."
Holds Press Conference
United States Steel
Foncsr Hn.i.s. June 21-At
his Fleet Street summer house,
Nlr. lrwin Germaise, President
ot the United States Steel Cor-
poration, granted a private inter-
view to Ruth Lupin and Paula
C0i1en, FOYIIIPI' BCBCOH I'Cp0l'lCl'5.
Nlr. Germaise, a round, bald-
ish man in his early iorties.
lleld the CODFOTQHCQ OII lite SUD
patio overlooking his beautiful
gardens. Xxlhen asked his opin-
ion on the present steel strike
which has threatened the entire
industry with a complete shut-
down, he answered, Ml have told
Fir. Hugh Oiconnor, the C.l.O.
union oil-icial, that l will not pay
the workers a penny over fifteen
cents an hour. That is my plat-
torm. and l will stand upon it
until the planks rot from under
my feet. l believe that a salary
ot 39.60 per week is sulticient
to uphold onr-'s everyday needs."
Vtlhen questioned about his
success in husiness, Mr. Ger-
maise, a one-time struggling
comedian, said, ul attribute my
current success to a college
career. Upon completion oi a
Business Administration course.
United Steel politely asked me
to enter their organization as
President ot the Corporation and
put the firm back on a paying
basis. l accepted the position,
beginning with a meager salary
ot 350,000 a year. ln the past
eleven years, U. S. Steel has
become the most valuable stock
on the marketf'
Mr. Gel'l'llt'iiS6,S adVHI'lCI'lllC!li
in the business world stands out
as a shining example to the
younger generation, proving that
hard work and knowing the
right people lead to ultimate
Art Exhibition Opens Todayg
Excellent Contemporary Works
At a special press unveiling
early yesterday evening, Freder-
ika Van Der Ryn opened the
east wings ot her spacious Park
Avenue ivlansion tor a limited
exhibition ot paintings by dis-
tinguished American contempo-
rary artists. Vvorks by the emi-
nent Doris Klintberg, Cornelia
Barclay and .ludy Kahn depict
lite in the tirst periods ot Ameri-
can expansion toward the Vvest.
Judith Kanin and Erika Holt
have collaborated in a series of
paintings covering the years of
America's development into an
industrial nation. portraying the
conversion to modern machinery.
Dolores Stcinthal's classic mural
uAmerican Youthn is also on
display, along with contemporary
advertisements by Robert Block.
The exhibition is, undoubtedly,
one of the Finest in recent years.
XXVASHINGTON. .lune 20-At
his weekly press conference at
the Vkihite House yesterday,
President .lohn Brinckerholit de-
clared that hir. Frank Spiegel,
well-known New York statesman
has been nominated to be the
Chiet United States delegate to
the new Xvorld Federation, The
HIIHOUFICCIIICII1 Calllf' HS H0 SUI'-
prise here in the Capital, serv-
ing only to confirm the rumors
that have been circulating
through both houses ot Congress
tor the past several days.
It is expected that the Senate
will sanction the nomination
early next week alter prelimi-
nary work has been completed
on the Hyman-Ellner Bill. Sena-
tor Arnold Brasch, N. Y., has
stated that he will lead the tight
tor approval it 'Amy stubborn
political antagonists tecl that the
time is ripe for party differences
to interfere with the world peace
However. early reports from
Capitol Hill seem to point to
a quick confirmation. since it is
widely known that Mr. Spiegel
has the complete support of Sec-
retary ot State Gerald Silver-
man and several other inlluential
cabinet members. The Secretary
has previously spoken highly of
the Presidentls nominee, declar-
ing that he is one of the iew
men in the country capable of
luliilling the Xvorld Federation
An authoritative source said
today that Aloys lvlichel will
depart tor Europe early next
month tor a series oi conferences
with high-ranking British officials
and Prime hlinister Freund. Ac-
companying the Presidentis per-
sonal envoy will he lvlichael
Paschkes, newly appointed
UNNRA director, and .lerome
Pustilnik, retiring Speaker ot the
House ot Representatives. Dis-
cussion is expected to revolve
about the question ot renewing
the Security Council's 320,000,-
000 loan to France. Vvorld capi-
tals will be greatly interested in
the outcome ot the meetings,
and it is hoped that the loan
will be extended tor another
Page 2 tlune 21, 1971
A Class Prophecy
Published by Class of '46
Vol. 1 No. 1
Question: Now that you have
been out ol Forest Hills High
School for a number of years.
what predictions can you recall,
made by members of the faculty,
that have come true or other-
Joyce Balcer: Mrs. Seale once
told me l had an exceptional
talent for short-hand writing.
and suggested that l major in
Stenography cluring my last term
at Forest Hills High School. l
had already completed three and
one-half years of an academic
program. but decided to remain
in school another two years and
devote my study periods to
practicing strolces. Today, l am
still practicing strolces and have
worn out eighty-six pencils and
one hundred and twenty-nine
Gene Greenwald: When l
was a student in Forest Hills
High School, lVlr. Hamje stated
that l had been chosen to play
First bass-fiddle in the school or-
chestra. He added that he
thought l possessed a great deal
ol musical talent, and should
consign myself to exercise lessons
in order to perlect my string
technique. l followed his acl-
vice. neglected my daily home-
worlc assignments, and was able
to graduate with the minimum
number ol credits. Now, after
carrying my loass-fiddle for ten
years, l am tired, haggard. and
physically exhausted. l thanlc
lVlr. Hamje for his guiding inter-
New Faculty Appointed
lVlany former Forest Hills
High School students are once
more walliing the corridors of
their alma mater-as teachers.
.loan Stem has been appointed
assistant to Miss Schrage, head
of Play Production group, and
is in charge ol haclc-stage light-
ing. The science department has
an addition too. Mr. Conrad Ell-
ner, summoned out of retirement,
is again teaching Biology classes.
News Around the Town
Congratulationsl To Virginia
Smith, lovely New Yorli model.
voted the most attractive cover
girl ot the year . . . To Cherie
Goodman. lor producing the
best radio program oi the year
. . . To Audrey Jacobs. who
recently inherited a million dol-
lars irom a lost relative . . . To
Rosalie Schusel, a tour star hit
in HCan't Stop Singing" . . . To
lvlarilyn lvlarshall, for her suc-
cessful opening at the Metro-
politan Opera House last Sat-
urday night . . . To Roberta
Vvasserman, newly appointed
Health Education teacher at
Forest Hills High School ,...
Lots of luclc . . .
Seen in front of the Penn
Drug Store: lVlelvin Krantz,
driving his new convertible de-
livery car . . . Robert.Koburger,
lVlr. Hamje's talented assistant
in the music department. Says
the school- orchestra has signed
a union contract and is now
worlcing a strict six hour day
with a fifteen minute intermis-
sion between songs . . . Colonel
Chester Cotter, putting up bill-
boards. ENLIST IN THE NA-
TIONAL GUARDI . . . Elaine
Torhett, going downtown to open
her model agency. All Forest
Lost and Found
Lost: An Egyptian mummy,
in the vicinity oi Cairo, prob-
ably in a pyramid. Generous
Lost: A manuscript, near Bal-
dinois Grocery Store, Call BO.
S-5624 -'Leona Feldman and
Found: A compact in the
parlc. inscribed. "To lna Bros-
seau, with love.H Pat O'Kceie.
Found: Athletic award loe-
longing to Hermine Kivelson.
Vvill owner please call BO.
Lost: A valuable portfolio oi
society notes. Reward f-1 Vera
Lost: A Forest Hills Senior
hat, .Tune 1946. Sentimental
Lost: A tarnished Arista pin,
red and blue with a gold diag-
onal stripe. Generous Reward-1
tlo Rasliind, Kew Gardens.
Found: A brief case contain-
ing manuscript of new boolc,
"Death Under a Microscope" by
Dr. Richard Lewontin. Call
Vves Damnes, G.O. Advisor
at Forest Hills High School.
Hills students who lcnow their
figures are welcome . . . Lucy
Mauro and Diane Hardy, aclver-
tising new pamphlet uYou Too
Can Graduate from Forest Hills
High School." . . .
Rumored: Dieter Freund
wallcing along lower Basin Street
with a Broolrlyn accent . , .
One ol Al lVlichel's applications
to college was rejected. His
marlcs were too low. . . Aged
Albert Einstein disagrees with
Professor Franlc Eichler's new
revolutionary theory of Rela-
tivity. Says he erred in comput-
ing the answer with De lVloivre,s
Thcorum. Should have used log-
arithlns instead . . . Zorah Kap-
elsohn has forgotten what HPo't
Pourriu means . . . See you
weelcs ago, the world
famous explorer. Rilca Lax, re-
to Forest Hills High
to relate her experience
to a group ot several hundred
lreshmen students at a special
assembly. The renowned woman-
traveler, organizer ol the cele-
brated Lax Expedition ol: titty
high-honor students, which dis-
appeared into the jungles oi
South America several years ago,
spolie chiefly about the new
Arista colony she has established
on the banlcs of the Amazon
River. Natives with averages
above eighty-tive percent in Jun-
gle l..orc are, at present, being
interviewed as possible candi-
dates lor induction into the
Miss Lax stated that she in-
tends to leave lor South Africa
somewhat early next year to
continue the Arista organization
which was begun by Dr. Liv-
ingston almost one hundred
New Novel To Be
Doris Greiler, owner oi the
Greiler Publishing House, an-
nounced that the award lor the
best novel of the year has gone
to Vvilliam Nicholas, one oi the
youngest writers of the day. His
booli, .life in Forest Hills High
School." will be published on or
about .Tune 24. 150.000 copies
ot the first printing have already
been delivered to the stores . . .
Morton Keller, noted literary
critic for the New Yorlc Times,
says Joan Gilbertis new collec-
tion ot poems. clue to be pub-
lished some time next tall, is
sure to be a best-seller. The pro-
logue, written by Nancy tloel,
will aid circulation . . . Lita
Philips, well-lcnown Broadway
stage director, revealed that her
latest production 'Senior Fol-
lies" will be published in boolc
lorm early next season by Grei-
fer House. N0 mention was
made ol the cost of printing
rights. The play, completing its
second year on Broadway, stars
Abe Vvestman as the Court
jester . . . Ann Broclell, cur-
rently running a series of short
stories in the New Yorlcer Maga-
zine, declares she will leave lor
Georgia in a few weelcs to
gather material for her new
novel, exposing conditions in the
haclclands of the South.
Vvantedz A complete collec-
tion oli Biology contracts for my
younger sister. Saul Felclman,
67-54 Fleet St., Forest Hills.
l didn't mean to marlc you
cutting when l was secretary in
history, Please forgive me, and
lctis be friends again.
FREE LECTURE SOON.
Xvill the motorist or person
who saw the Ridgewood Banlc
crash into my car at Continen-
tal Ave. and Queens Blvd.,
lVlarch 7th at 2 a.m.. please call
BO. S-5950-Pete Stoclc.
Xfvantedr A pair ol Adler-
Elevator Shoes--Arthur Dia-
Eight Year Guarantee.
Learn to Play
Don Hoffman's Way
Vvanteclz A jar ol shaving
cream and a razor-lrwin Green-
For Sale: A worn pair of hair
- l.- i..
last will anti Testament
By leave of seniors, small and great,
We hereby wish to plainly state
The myriad objects we donate.
The Beacon: A peace treaty with the G.O.
Wir. Vvepnerz A scale with which to mark his students, reports.
The Custodial Staff: Non-siip Hoor Wax.
Nliss Gandia: An accent mark.
The Lunchroom: 578 games of checkers.
Wir. Udane: Vve cIon,t have to leave hir. Udane 42 ioyai hearts, because when
section first saw him, the hearts were his.
The Language Department: Better students to competewith the Science and
Mr. Keyes: A Republican in 1948.
Mr. Paileri: A toupee.
Dr. Branciweinz Two tickets to the uTown Hail Meeting of the Airf'
Mr. Sussman: A Varga girl.
Nliss Fimpei: A jar of Benfcvay.
Nlrs. Dineen: A ciictonary of slang.
Mr. Morrison: A hottie of Vvilct Root Hair-grower.
Mr. Drach: A larger bank for his chewing-gum fund.
Wir. Mcindoe: A hox of homemacielfucige fpreferahiy chocoiatef.
Mr. Carter: A good conduct medal.
Miss Grihhen: An invitation to Room 143.
Miss Coiucci: A secretary and eight free periods a clay.
Miss Vvhitcomh: Two wacis of cotton for a cafeteria assignment.
Mrs. Seaie: A stop watch that worics.
Niiss Soiey: All her utittie ones.H
Mr. Wilson: A lah. room with southern exposure.
Miss Coghian: Two tickets to 'Bloomer Girif,
Mrs. Mccannaz A balanced budget.
Mr. Lazarus: An inciestructihie ammeter.
ixirs. Koeisch: The solution to uso what?H
Attested to on this twenty-first Jay of Iune
by Sue Baron, for the class of 1946.
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