Forest Hills High School - Forester Yearbook (Forest Hills, NY)

 - Class of 1949

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COUNSELURS HII.l. SCHOOL MRS Sl'TI4lfRI.IN NIR. l'Ol.l.Af'K PARK SCHOOL NIISS I-'Alarm' NIR. 'umm X'ii'l'liR.-XNS FOREST SCHOOL SCIIOIJXRSIIII' q A A , 1 I NRS. VAITCHAN NIR. Nlvf'ONNIfl.I. , , , HRS. DI-.l'ARIxAb NIR, XX ICfl.IzR

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ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS MR. DELMAN MISS Fl TLTON HEADS OF SCHOOLS MR. IIABER C'OI.I.EUE AIJVISER MR. l3AR'l'l.E'l'l' NR. HERSCHEL NRS. H. MCCANNA OO. TREASURER OO. ADVISER MR. REILLY SIR. FARTER



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Cfcm .Maier i943 ,- ull was the best ol' times: it was the worst ol times." Xve were living with eternity. iwlany were confident in the belief that this was the beginning ol a thousand years ol peace, and there were those who feared what lay ahead. There were the words of a great man, spolcen twelve years before, and still fitting the present situation: uVVe have nothing to lear but lear itself." A new world lay before us: it was ours for the talcing. Vvhat will you remember from the confusion and order, grief and joy which made up these four years? VVe can recall . . . the rites held lor the Forest Hills alumni who died in the war: a somber note in those first lew weelcs . . . the small stone near the llagpole: "Don Perry, Anzio, I0-44" . . . the Competition for the Brandwein special science classes . . . those three one-act plays and the guy who came out covered only by a barrel during one ol them . . . bliss Fulton as principal . . . X'Ve can recall . . . the next three years ol hearing the PA bells heralding the approach ol "This is Nlr. Ryan speaking" . . . the Tuzza marshal system in the halls and at the exits . . . "Out ol the Frying Pan" a howling success .. .the old jolce about how you can teach a sophomore. but you can't teach him much . . . the disappearance ol the two-minute bell . . . Hy IQ47, our class was moving into the limelight . . . Phil Barash and Dell Polcart became the new G.O. vice-president and treasurer respectively . . . "VVhat D'Ya Say?" under the new management of Vvhilzl 'll Pool -- some people lcnew them as llse Opton and Elizabeth Engellcing . . . the appointment ol lxliss Fulton to a post in UNESCO , . . "Buy a Baseball Booster" . . . the big snow, which they say rivaled '88 . . . "You Can'l Talce It Xvith You" including Ruth Nathanson, Steve Franken, Joan O'Leary, Dave Richman. and two ol' the most docile cats we've ever seen . . . the rising costs ol living rellected in the "special" going up from eighteen to twenty-three cents . . . the U.O. dues upped a dime . . . the Herald Tribune Youth Forum landing Australian peter Ewing right in Nliles Schel:ler's lap . . . remember his classic: uln Australian the bell is a signal lor the teacher to finish the class, not lor the class to finish the teacher" . . . one ol' those faculty-varsity games where the faculty produced a ladder to score a baslcet and win the game . . . Upower or Peditionn the FH home-made lilm which tool: honors in the city-wide contest sponsored by the Nluseum of Natural History . . . the days when "Forest Leaves" was the size of "New Yorker" and the "Beacon" bore a lleeting resemblance to the "Herald Tribune" . .

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