Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1927
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Text from Pages 1 - 124 of the 1927 volume:
THE SENIOR CLASS
THE FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL
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t1 ' HEN, at the beginning of the school year, the Class of
t 27 found itself confronted with the task of choosing an
aduisor, they did not hesitate in naming Otto K.
Schmied their unanimous choice. There was no doubt
in the mind of any one as to whom the class desired.
The only room for doubt wasewould Mr. Schmied be
able to find time to leave his other duties and give us his help and
guidance? The Senior Class is to be congratulated on the fact
that he has been able to do so. Indeed, he has given us so une
sparingly of his time and attention that we feel moved to com-
miserale those from whom this time has been taken.
In every one of the Senior Class: projects, of which you will
be told on the following pages, Mr. Schmiedls hands shows only
too clearly, and in this way: Every one of those projects was
carried to a successful completion, and that is a Characteristic of
any project in which Mr. Schmied has had a part.
It is, then. with a deep sense of gratitude that we dedicate
this Year Boole to him who. we feel. has made possible any suc-
cess which we may have enjoyed.
At this time also, we want to express, as far as it is within
the power of words to express, the feeling of loss which we leave
him who has been our teacher, our advisor, and our friende-Otto
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GLENN OWENS, AM, Principal
ALFRED P. SCOTT, A.M., Vice-Princz'pal
ANNABEL WHITE, A.M., Vice-Principal
DEPA RTMEJ "PS
Jessie M. Ebaugh, A3,, Head
Roe, Irene, ALB.
Arnold, Edna, A13.
Harris, Vera. A13.
Manning, Marian. AB.
Whitcford, S. Elizabeth. AB.
Katenkamp. Chester, Head
XVclls, Mary L.
Elizabeth Jones. ABL, Head
Chase, Margaret, ABL
LeSchack, Abraham, BS.
Shaffer, Virginia. A,M,
Thompson, Alta E A,M,
Baker, Aime, AB,
Becker, A. Rosalie
Fincsinger. Anna DH ALB.
Lconhart. James G.
Turner, Beatrice, AB.
Norris, Nellie, Head
Charles L Adams. ALMH Hmd
Layman. Florence M.
Scott, AIfrcd P.. A,M.
Kaplan, Leba. ALB.
chinson, Florence. B.S.
Nickel, Elizabeth, AB.
Church. Doris, Head
Rains, Blanche, B.S.
Paxson, Mary 13., BS.
Shantz, Elizabeth, AB.
Freed, S. M.
XViIliam K, Yocum. A.B., 11.11;!
Quinan, Allen J.
Grover VVilIiam N0rr.s, ALML. H.111
Becker, Sophie M., AB.
Fox, Ethel H., ALBL
Burke. Jeane. ALBL
Eversiicld, Eugenia F.
Haslup, Norma V.. Ali
Lane, Florence R,
Shaffer. Cora H.
vWells, Florence E,
XVhilfield, Hester C.
Otto K, Schmicd. A.B., LIWBU Had
Moore, J. Fred
Hoffman, Percy Huntley
Burner. Florence, ALB.
Butler, Genevieve PH Head
Shanty. Elizabeth, AB.
Sims. Henry R, Head
Anderson, C. Melville
Edwin L. Frcdcricks, Phil, Howl
Bullcn, Irene, A.B.
Dice. Francic RL. Lab. Assistant
Hurt, lVIiIdred A., A.B.. Assistant
Kramer, Ruth. ALBL
Soran, Ida G.
Squires. Martha C.
German, Bessie A.
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10 THE FORESTER
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J ames G "aham ............................ . . .Prrcsident
Charles Nichols .......................... Vz'ce-Prosz'dent
Thelma Lautenberger ......................... Secretary
Harry Cooper ........................... .. . . .T'rcasurev'
Rollins Heath ......................... Sergeant-at-Awms
THE FOBESTER 11
Constance E. Aclzerly
Helen E. Anderson
Helen G. Anderson
Woodward Brice Angle
12 THE FORESTER
James S. Bacr
Dorothy R. Barnes
Mildred Royslon Bassford
Lawrence M. Bales
John Claude Bil lenbender
THE FORESTER 13
Margaret Elizabeth Brannan
14 THE FORESTER
Helen C. Brookhart
Evelyn Belle Brown
Leanore M. Coard
Dorothy A. Conrey
Helen Virginia Cook
THE FORESTER 15
Evelyn May Crooks
Virginia Elizabeth Duly
16 THE FORESTER
Audrey Spencer Dobson
Frances Louise Dove
Mildred Manslead Drexel
F. Rose Engel
THE FORESTER 1'7
Florence Mildred Elmer
Ida Pearle Emmerich
Ruth Elizabeth Ensor
Margery D. Fallon
C larh F eick
Kathleen A. Franklin
Dorothy Ruth Frazier ,
Dorothy Brent Garland
Margaret E. Gavan
Philip J. Glasner
Dorothy B. Gore
20 T H E F O R E S T E R
, L ' Rose Goldscheider
James M. Graham, Jr.
Margaret U. Griffiths
Florence E. Haines
Betty Gordon Hanson
Willard Eugene Ham
Martha Powers Hartman
Louise Pledge Heath
22 THE FORESTER
Strallon Rollins Heath
Kathryn M. Hct'dgerd
Fannie H z'berman
Katherine Alberla Hoffman
Leah R. Hoffman
Sara Jane Holland
Mildred Wilcox Hopkins
Flossz'e F. Horney
24 THE FORESTER
M. Louise Howelh
Margaret Page Hunter
Doro! by A. Ijams
Dorolhy G. Imwold
XVillz'am H. Kemper
Dorothy May Kinnamon
M'ary Bernice Kircher
Anna Elizabel h Kirk wood
Amatb XV. Knabe
Ida Lee Korzen
26 THE FORESTER
Thelma C. Lautenberger
THE FORESTER 27
Anne Juliet Ligon
Rz'clza 5. Lloyd
Almeda 1. Long
28 THE FORESTER
Jeanne! le L. Masil
Barbara Paxson McDonald
Mary Katherine Mecaslin
Martha Molm Medcalf
Alice C. Minor
Laura Winfleld Moon
30 THE FORESTER
Anna Louise Morris
Elizabeth C. Mueller
Virginia A. Murray
Mary Emilie Neavitt
THE FORESTER 31
Charles J. Nichols
Margaret Ellen Norris
Gertrude V. Olson
Hazel E. O Neal
32 THE FORESTER
Marie Charlotte Onnen
Nellie Maude Owings
Bruce Winfield Peake
E. Louise Phillips
THE FORESTER 33
Mary Parks Price
Margaret Adron Rafferty
Edith Marion Reed
34 THE FORESTER
Elizabeth V. Rife
Florence Elizabeth Riefle
M'art'nette Gray Roane
Olivia Kimberly Roberts
Sylvia R. Rochkind
Katherine Elizabeth Roger
Leah E. Schiller
Anita F. Scbofiela'
86 THE FORESTER
A. Eleanor Shell
George Neilson Sz'gler
THE FORESTER 37
Lillian Alice Siluerman
Ruth B. Smith
Jesse Mae Small
l Dorothy Virginia Smoot
Harry G. Spaulding, Jr.
Almira Louise Sproll
88 THE FORESTER
Eleanor Estella Stumpf
Virginia Katherine Starkloff
Henry B. Suter
Thelma Mae Taylor
Clinton L. Templeman
Bell ye R. Terren
THE FORESTER 3.9
La Rue Trout
Beatrice R. Walters
Hazel C XVeil
40 THE FORESTER
W'illiam Ernest Wellman
Loretta M. White
Frances Regene Wilderson
Hilda F. Wz'nahur
THE FORESTER 41.
Ralph XV. W'ooden
Jane IVIildred Woolf
Jane Maynard Worthington
Gladys Isabell Young
Marie L. Zeller
Junm Wiexek Cmbmmmitbee Chalirmmn
Helen Brookhart ............................ Chairman
Elizabeth Brannan ................... Farewell Assembly
Helen Anderson .............................. Tea Dance
Katherine Royer ........................... Senior Play
William Kemper ............................. Boat Ride
Normon Milburn .......................... Senior Prom
Thelma Lautenberger .......................... Banquet
THE FORESTER 4-3
Senior Class lllliisttory
HEN school opened in September, the Class of '27 found themselves
truly Seniors, and as such, they eagerly stepped into their new duties
and assumed their new responsibilities. In order to get things under
way they met early and elected the following oflicers for the first
semester: President, Edwin Lockard; Vice-President, James Graham;
Secretary, Thelma Lautenberger; Treasurer, Harry Cooper. The busi-
ness or organization having been completed, the Class devoted their attention
to their first unified project, the Halloween dance. This was given in the boys
gym on the night of November the sixth. Thanks to the work of the com-
mittee, headed by Norman Milburn, the affair was a huge success.
Next came the Thanksgiving play, HThe Diabolical Circle." Under the
coaching of Miss Thompson, this came off as per schedule. Arnath Knabe
created quite a sensation as a gay young Puritan blade, and Norman Milburn's
impassioned eloquence even caused Miss Sewell, the heroine, to swoon in the
most approved fashion, at which Bruce Peake, supposedly her father, dis-
played admirable cool-headedness and a knowledge of the latest methods of
resuscitation in bringing her around. He probably learned it at the Boy Scouts
along with many other useful little parlor tricks.
A veritable fever for dramatics seemed to possess the Class, for hardly
was this episode over than another play was attempted. This time it was
HThe Loveliest Thing," the annual Christmas play. Miss Koestler coached the
cast which consisted of Edwin Lockard, Stephen Fitzgerald, Henry Douglas,
Juliette Ligon, Mary Price. and Helen Brookhart. Hltzy" did a masterly
portrayal of the meanest man in the world, while Eddie made an ideal Santa
Claus, enlivening the party with many playful little pranks, such as kissing
the meanest manls wife tJuliette Ligonl, flirting with the governess tHelen
Brookhartl, and leaving nice big logs in everybodyls stocking. Oh, well,
boys will be boys! Henry Douglas and Mary Price as the reconciled husband
and wife gave a demonstration of how it should be done under the mistletoe.
Very pretty, very pretty?
Soon after this, the Jolly Junior Jubilee began to occupy everyone's atten-
tion. Seniors as well as Juniors. Its success no doubt, was in large part due
to the help of the Seniors No one realizes this fact more than do the Seniors
themselves. Tush tush Rove1, this idle horse- play. . 3 One must
try to get into the spirit of the thing and not hinder the others Well, any
how, as the story books so aptly put it came dawn and with it the mid-year
reports. When the smoke had cleared a trifle, and the dead and wounded had
been disposed of, that venerable body of oldsters, otherwise known as Seniors
found themselves entering the last half of their last year at Forest ParkaGod
willingt Also, it was necessary to elect oflicers for the second semester. Ac-
cordingly, James Graham was chosen President: Charles Nichols. Vice-Presi-
dent: Thelma Lautenberger, Secretary: Harry Cooper, Treasurer, and Rollins
Of course the last semester was a very full one for the Seniors Thoughts
of graduation and after filled everyonels mind, and many were the anxious
minutes spent in counting up one's licredits," and then hunting for a college
that would admit one With only two years of Latin, or what-not tusually
what-notl. However, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, at least duller
than usual, if possible-eso there were matters of a less serious nature to enter-
tain the Seniors in their lighter moments. Such trifles as stepesinging, tea-
dances, the Senior Prom, the Banquet. You know what I mean. However,
since I am writing this before any of those events have actually come off, I
will leave them to your imagination. I only hope you will be able to do
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46 THE FORESTER
NETTIE ABRAMOWITZ. wreenyf, 96 lbs. 61 in. Light brown hair. Grayish blue
eyes. On the porch. Talking. 3Don't be dumbf William Haines.
Class Volley Ball Team. Class Numerals. Track Meet. Won shorthand contest in
CONSTANCE ACKERLY. 2Connie3, 108 lbs. 65 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes.
. HCome on GangW John Gilbert.
Latm Club. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Dramatic Club. Class Volley Ball Team.
HELEN E. ANDERSON. 2Smiles." 100 lbs. 5 ft. 2 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes.
School. Laughing. 2Shucks." J.Gilbert.
Committee Bazaar J. J. J. President of Class 2301, 2401. Year Book Staff. Chair-
man Valentine Dance. Numerals and Small F. Vice-President Dramatic Club.
Jumor Prom Committee.
HELEN G. ANDERSON. 125 lbs. 61 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Dancing. 2Uh-
hth Jolm Gilbert.
Hockey Team. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Chairman Tea Dance. Dramatic Club. Tennis.
ESTELLE AWRACH. 2Essie3, 1261bs. 62in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. G. Wis
house. Day dreaming. 2He,s poisonous.n Harrison Ford.
Vice;FPres.ident of Class 11, IV. Senator of Senior Class. Student Officer. Glee Club.
ADELAIDE BABENDRIER. nFooie." 140 lbs. 6414 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes.
Driving a machine. HFor heaveniq sake? Antonio Moreno.
Latin Club II. 111. Class Vice-President. Home Economics Club. Chairman of Re-
freshment Committee of H. E. Club. Business College.
JAMES S. BAER. HJimmie.H 145 lbs. 5 ft. 2 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. F'. P.
H. S. 2Get hot?y Lew Cody.
Track II, III, IV. Fencing- Team, 11, III. Fencing Club, Sergeant-abarms. Latin
Club. J. J. J. Circus. Fencing Team, Manager. Fencing Club. VicePresident.
MILDRED ROYSTON BASSFORD. 2Mi1? 95 lbs. 5 ft. 21A: in. Brown hair. Blue
eyes. Central. Exaggerating. 2It is that!" William Haines.
Latin Club, II, III, IV. Latin Club Play. Secretary of Class 1202. Dramatic Club.
Art Club IV.
LAWRENCE BATES. 130 lbs. CU. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Home loafmg. uHoly
Mackerely Harry Langdon.
Stamp Club. Latin Club. Chemistry Club. Latin Club Play. J. J. J. Committee.
JOHN BITTENBENDER. 3JinkW 130 lbs. 66 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Eat-
ing. 0God Bless Him? Rin Tin Tin.
Sergeant-at-arms of 1205. Secretary of 1301. Treasurer of 1401. Jolly Junior Jubilee.
Track Team 11, III, IV. Football Team 111, IV.
ADOLFH BLUM. UBuddy." 1571bs, 65in. Black hair. Blue eyes. Room 315.
Studying. 3Ghee Whig." Clara Bow.
Member of Track Squad. Commercial Play. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Sergeant-at-arms
ELY BLUMBERG. uBlummyW 1851105. 60111. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Anywhere.
Athletics. 30, for goodness sakes!y Syd Chaplin.
Representative Soccer Team 1925-26. Varsity Track Team, 1925-26. Sergeant-at-
arms, 1301. Varsity Soccer 4. Varsity Track 3, 4. Minstrel Show of J. J. J.
University of Maryland. 317w Club.
MARY BORING. 106 lbs. 5 ft. 3 in. Black hair. Blue eyes. Room 411. Reading.
2Rea11y?" Ronald Colman.
Latin Club 11. Art Club. Home Economics Club III, IV. Home Economics Club Play.
Dramatic Club. J. J. J. Booth.
MEDORA BOWDRE. 2Dora." 114 lbs. 641,4 in. Light brown hair. Blue eyes.
Writing notes. H10h, for goodness sakes? John Gilbert.
Secretary of Class. Vice-President of Class. Glee Club. Hockey Team, Numerals.
Volley Ball. J. J. J. Booth.
ELIZABETH BRANNAN. 2Libby3, 115 lbs. 5 ft. 4 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes.
That Certain Place. Fixing things up. HI haven1t decided yet." Lloyd Hughes.
Latin Club 2, 3, 4. J. J. J. Art Club. Chairman of Farewell Assembly.
HELEN BROOKHART. 2CeCeJ, 120 lbs. 5 ft. 5 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. 2
E. Rogers Ave. Loafing. 31 had the craziest time." Conway Tearle.
Treasurer Class 120341303. Secretary Second Half Class 1303. Publicity Committee
J. J. J. Senior Christmas Play. Senior June Week Play. June Week Committee.
THE FORESTER 47
EMMA BROCKIE. HEmmy Schmaltzf 108 lbs. 5 ft. 5 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes.
School. Gym. IISIterrible." Harry Langdon.
Numerals. Dramatic Club. President of Class 2451, Third Term. Jolly Junior Jubilee.
Basketball II, IV. ISecond TeamI. Commercial Play.
EVELYN BELLE BROWN. 2Evesy 1C5 lbs. 5 ft. 2V; in. Auburn hair. Brown
eyes. Carlinefs. Relating events of night before. 2011 helhp!" Ronald Colman.
Latin Club II, III, IV. Art Club IV. Dramatic Club. Interclass Debate. Latin Club
Play. Class Historian. Forester, General School News.
MILTON CABLAN. HMilt." 167 lbs. 60 in. Brown eyes. Brown hair. Gym. Eat-
mg. ."Thlnk youql make it? Ben Turpin.
Jollle-umlog'2gubilee. Basketball Team. 2F,y Club Assembly. Class Indoor Champion-
LEANORE COARD. 2String." 112 lbs. 5 ft. 4 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes. Bel-
vedere Masonic Hall. IIListening in? HSomethingk flukey in Denmark." Lew Cody.
Glee Club 11. Treasurer of Class III, IV. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Dramatic.
DOROTHY CONREY. IIDOH 122 lbs. 65 in. Brown hair. Green eyes. Reading.
NYou arenIt even nicey Antonio Moreno.
Latin Club. Glee Club. Dramatic Club.
H. VIRGINIA COOK. "Cookiefy 117 lbs. 65 in. Light hair. Blue eyes. HWhy did
I take ChemistryW, Trying to drive a car. Lloyd Hughes.
Hockey Team 3-4-2. Varsity Volley. Latin Club. Senior BasketbaIl Team.
HARRY COOPER. 2Harri Coops." 1161bs. 64 in. Light hair. Blue eyes. Collect
ing money. Clara Bow.
Student Ocher. Student Activity Bank. Varsity Soccer Sauad44th year. Treasurer
of Junior Class. Treasurer of Senior Class. Manager of Varsity Tennis44th year.
CATHLEEN CURRY. 110 lbs. V; ft. Brown hair. Brown eyes. HAm I supposed
to laugh?" Wm. Harris.
In Jolly Junior Jubilee. Varsity Volley Ball. Tennis.
EVELYN M. CROOKS. IIEV." 1201bs. 64in. Black hair. Brown eyes. Ortmmfs.
Writing notes. 20h. Goodye, Goodye." John Gilbert.
Glee Club 11, 111. Meet at Fifth Regiment II, III.
GOLDIE DACKMAN. 2G01dW 120 lbs. 63 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. 280
what?" Hangout, Movies. Occupation, Dancing. John Barrymore.
Home Economics Club III. Home Economics Club Play. J. J. J. Pastry Booth.
VIRGINIA DALY. IIGinF 123 lbs. 63 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes. Washington.
20, my goodness." Dancing. John Gilbert.
Two Years Jubilee. Home Economics Club. Fashion Show.
EDWIN DICKERSON. IITuckerF 1381bs. 6896 in. Blackhair. Brown eyes. Loaf-
ing. IICrap." Clara Bow.
Vice-President and President of Debating Club Senior Year at F. P. H. S. Art Club.
AUDREY DOBSON. 2D0bby3, 130 lbs. 65 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Swim-
ming. 2ThatIs a shameF Richard Barthelmess.
Basketball II, III, IV.4Varsity IV. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Vice-Fresident of 1354.
Dramatic Club. Valentine Dance Committee.
HENRY DOUGLAS. IIDoug." 140 lbs. 70V; in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Doc
MohrIs. Sleeping. 14O,He11!" Greta Garbo.
Editor-in-Chief Year Book. Assistant Editor-in-Chief HThe Forester? Manager Foot-
ball. IIFI, Club. Senior Christmas Play. Chairman J. J. J. President Home
Room. Chairman Senior Ring Committee. Senior June Week Play.
RUTH DUNN. uRuddy." 1061bs. 62 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Madison Ave.
Temple. 21th: the truth, no kidding? John Barrymore.
Glee Club. Basketball Team.
MILDRED ELMER. IIMiIRy 1101bs. 63in. Light hair. Hazel eyes. 2ThatIs a
help." 23806." Horseback riding. John Gilbert.
Latin Club 1925. Secretary of Class 1303. Social Committee 1303-3nd term. Jolly
Junior Jubilee43-4. Fall Frolic Fashion Show-4. Senior Prom Committee.
PEARLE EMMERICH. IIPearlieF 64 in. 124 lbs. Brown hair. Gray eyes. Here
and there. Walking. H.Oh, Hike." Ben Lyon.
Latin Club. Hockey 11, III. Basketball II, III. Minor 2F". J. J. J. Chairman Class
Feast Committee. Year Book Staff. Dramatic Club. Poe Assembly. Senior
RUTH E. ENSOR. IIBobbyW 128 lbs. 5 ft. 4 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes. Mt.
Holly. Washing dishes. 20h,hunk31 Jack Mulhall.
Class Vice-President III. Class President IV. Latin Club III, IV. Hockev Team
Squad III, IV. Varsity Tennis Team. .
48 THE FORESTER
F. ROSE ENGEL. 3R0? 130 lbs. 65 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. 3Oh! My soulP,
Century. Writing poetry. John Gilbert.
Secretary of Advisory Class 2, 3, 4. Hockey Team. Volley Ball Team.
FLORENCE FALK. 21gnatz? 1031bs. 60 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. In F. P.
H. S. Hiking. HMy Lawd." Lon Chaney.
Glee Club-an, 3rd years. Latin Club44th year. Chemistry Club43rd, 4th years.
Miss Cherry Blossom-Operetta.
MARGERY FALLON. 2Marg3y 103 lbs. 5 ft. 2 in. Brown hair. Gray eyes. F.
P. H. S. Driving car. 3How about some duesiw Clive Brooks.
Treasurer of 1202, 1302, 1403. Latin Club II, III, IV. Dramatic Club. Art Club.
Campus Carnival Committee.
PHYLLIS CLARK FEICK. 3Phi13, 1051bS. 63 in. Brown hair. Gray eyes. Bridge.
2Neve1' heard of such a thing'f, Lloyd Hughes.
Latin Club 2, 3. Senior Hallowebn Dance Committee. Fashion Show4Fall Frolic.
MARY FELDMAN. HSandy, Rustyfy 1081103. 63in. Red hair. Blue eyes. uFm
funny that way." Ofi'ice practice. Giggling. John Barrymore.
Numerals 227.3 Glee Club. Art Club. Fashion Show. Tea Committee. Class Volley
JOHN W. FILLER. 3Jack? 128 lbs. 5 ft. 6 in. Auburn hair. Brown eyes. F. P.
H. S. Walking with Morelaml. 3Aw, Gee!" Bebe Daniels.
Track Team 11, III, IV. Latin Club 11. III, IV. Fencing Club III, IV. Hi-Y Club
III, IV. Dramati'c Club Play. Latin Club Plays 111, IV. President Class II.
J. J. J. Booth and Stage Committee.
ELIZABETH FITZ. 3Fitzy1y 120 lbs. 67 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Waynesboro.
Reading: 2Hope you don"c feel hurt." Ronald Colman.
Orchestra. Glee Club. Volley Ball. Basketball. Hockey. Small HF". Secretary of
STEPHEN FITZGERALD. HItsie,H 2Beni, 0r NSteve.H 165 lbs. Brown hair. Ditto
for the eyes. Favorite saying: 2C0me, come, this is childishf Favorite occupation:
Sergeant-at-arms of H. R. Class. 2. Vice-President of Radio Club, 2. Tennis Team.
2, 3, 4. Latin Club, 2, 3. 4. Tennis Team Manager, 3. Musical Comedy in J. J. J.,
3. Chairman of Circus Committee in J. J. J., 3. 2Englishn Play, 3. HF'" Club.
3, 4. Hi-Y Club, 3, 4. Vice-President of Boys, A. A., 4. Managing Editor of
Year Book. 4. Christmas Play, 4. June Week Play, 4.
DOROTHY FORWOOD. 3D0t3, 921bs. 59in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Mt.H011y.
Dancing. HHope you donf feel hurt." Ronald Colman.
Basketball. J. J. J. Home Economics Club. Club Editor of Year Book.
DOROTHY FRAZIER. 2D0ttie." 124 lbs. 66 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes. Gym.
Playing basketball. 2For goodness sakefy Ramon Navarro.
Glee Club, 2. Latin Club, 2. President H. R. Class, 3. Varsity Hockey Team, 3, 4.
Varsity Basketball Team, 3. 4. Varsity Volley Ball Team!Manager, 3, 4. Year
Hockey, Basketball Teams. 3, 4. J. J. J. Bazaar Committee, 3. President A. A., 4.
Secretary H. R. Class. 4.
DOROTHY FUNK. 2Dot." 1021bs. 66 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes. Gwynn Oak
Junction. Dancing. 2G00dy, goodyfy John Gilbert.
Tennis43rd year. Basketball Team42nd year. Latin Club42nd year. Chairman of
Committee of HBeautiflcation of School"42nd year. Member of Home Economics
DOROTHY BRENT GARLAND. 2Dot1, 115 lbs. 64 in. Medium brown hair.
gvslzgnn Oak Junction. Being in automobile accidents. 2Goodye, Goodyefy John
Fashion Show in second year.
MARGARET E. GAVAN. NMeg, Nutmeg? 116 lbs. 66 in. Light hair. Blue eyes.
2AW4CW 3Har-F'10N Traveling. Ramon Novarro.
Vice-President of Advisory Class. Sophomore Hockey Team. Sophomore Editor of
the Press. J. J. J. Orchestra. Junior Prom Committee. Chairman of J. J. J.
Committee. Latin Club III. Art Club 111, IV. Varsity Tennis Team IV. Gradua-
tion Committee. Thanksgiving Play Committee. Dramatic Club.
PHILIP J.GLASNER. 3 hi1." 1301bs. 66in. Blackhair. Gray eyes. Club. Danc-
ing. Doug. Fairban IS.
2F" Club. Manager of Baseball. Boys, A. A. Student Offlcer. Soccer Team.
ROSE GOLDSCHEIDER. 2Goldie." 114 lbs. 64in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Girl.
Southern. Keeping dates straight. nDth be an egg." Ben Lyon.
Art Club II, III, IV. Dramatic Club. Debating Club III. Revue Artistique 11. IV.
Class Hockey Team. Class Basketball Team. Class Volley Ball Team. Com-
mercial Play. Vice-President Advisory Class II.
THE FORESTER 49
DAVID GOMBOROV. 2Dave." 145 lbs. 70 in. Brown hair. Gray eyes. Spikek.
Loafing. 214101" crying out softy John Gilbert.
Secretary Radio Club. Track Team. Jolly Junior Jubilee.
DOROTHY GORE. "Dots? 110 lbs. 64 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Windows.
Dancing. 2Don1t call the wagonF Ramon Navarro.
Glee Club 2, 3. Latin Club 2, 3. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Dramatic Club. Home Eco-
nomics Club. Numerals. Minor 2F".
MARGARET GORMAN. "Peggy? 106 lbs. 63 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Danc-
ing. HYe Gods." John Gilbert.
J. J. J. Musical Comedy. Dramatic Club. Senior Play Committee. Latin Club IV.
JAMES GRAHAM. HJimmy." 165 lbs. '70 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Virginia.
Hunting and 6shing. HIf you say so?
President of Senior Class. Captain of 126 Football Team. President of Sophomore and
Junior Advisory Class. Senator. J. J. J. Johns Hopkins.
ANNIE GREENWALD. 2G1'eenie." 981bs. 5ft. Brown hair. Green eyes. Read-
ing. nYouTe a ham!" Thomas Meighan.
Basketball. Dramatic Club. Track. Volley Ball. Tennis. Secretary of Class 2451.
MARGARET GRIFFITHS. 2Huggy MargeW 1181bs. 6495 in. Blond hair. Blue
eyes. HI declareW F. P. H. S. Having a good time. John Gilbert.
President of Class 11. Secretary of Class II, III. Vice-President Junior Class. Chair-
man Junior Prom. Chairman Bazaar Committee, J. J. J. Thanksgiving Play 111.
Home Economics Play. Dramatic Club. Dramatic Club Play.
FLORENCE E. HAINES. 0Flossie2 1151bs. 64 in. Light hair. Blue eyes. Gwynn
Oak. Dancing. John Gilbert.
Treasurer of Class-2nd year. Chairman of Tea Committee42nd year. Jolly Junior
Jubilee. Tennis Tournament43rd year. Hockey44th year. Dramatic Club
June Week Tea Dance Committee44th year. Committee for Year Book44th year.
Expect to have a position.
MARTHA HARTMAN. UMart." 120 lbs. 5 ft. 4 in. Light brown hair. Hazel eyes.
F. P. H. S. Cooking. 6You would? Ronald Colman.
Latin Club II, III. Home Economics. Nursing.
LOUISE HEATH. 6Easie? 1101bs. 64in. Blackhair. Hazeleyes. Movies. Danc-
ing. 2Eek3, John Gilbert.
Secretary Sophomore Home Room. Jolly Junior Jubileef Home Economics Club.
Dramatic Club. Fashion Show. Art Club.
S. ROLLINS HEATH. 6Joe." 155 lbs. 61 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes. Golf
course. Loafing. HPipedown." Wm. Haines.
Sergeant-at-arms Class IV. Varsity Basketball Team. Captain Baseball Team. Art
FANCDlIIE HIBERMAN. "Teenief, 981bs. 60111. Brown hair. Brown eyes. F. P.
Glee Club. Thanksgiving P1lay4P1'ologue. State Normal. Class Volley Ball42ml
year. Fashion Show. Tea Committee.
KATHRYN HEIDGERD. 2Kay3, 5 ft. 3 in. Brown hair and eyes. 5006 Denmore
Ave. Speeding. "11m too scared.H Richard Dix.
Latin Club 11, III. Runnerup in Advanced Tennis Tournament. Varsity Tennis Team
111, IV. Manager Tennis Tournament.
H. S. Day dreaming. 2Nothing else but." John Barrymore.
ETTA HOFFBERGER. 2Ed3y 1101bs. 61 in. Brown hair. Black eyes.
2F4heaven,s sake? John Gilbert.
Latin Club. Art Club. Calendar Committee. Chemistry Club. Goucher College.
HARRIETTE HOFFBERGER. 6D011ye." 1061bs. 63122 lbs. Brown hair.
eyes. Reading. HFor crying out." John Barrymore. Hangout, 403.
Latin Club II, 111. Art Club. Dramatic Club. Chemistry Club. Goucher College.
DOROTHY HOFFMAN. HDot." 135 lbs. 68 in. Blond hair. Green eves. Day
dreaming. 66And I was so thrilledF Ronald Colman. 6
Latin Club. Art Club. Editor of Press, 2, 3. Assistant Editor-in-Chief Year Book.
KATHERINE HOFFMAN. 2KittyF 133 lbs. 67 in. Blond hair. Green eyes.
Movies. Reading. 2Any time." Llodeughes.
Glee Club. Latin Club. Home Economics Club III, IV. Debating Club. Numerals
and Minor 2F? In Jolly Junior Jubilee. Volley Ball. Basketball. Tennis.
LEAH HOFFMAN. 66B00ts." 106 lbs. 61 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Drawing.
2Don,t kid yourself? Lloyd Hughes.
Fashion Show. Latin Club. Class uaestor for Latin Club. I'SS '
Basketball Squad. Art Club. Q C d voney 13411 Team'
SARA JANE HOLLAND. 2Dutchf, 114 lbs. 62 in.
UWhen do we eatiw Antonio Moreno.
Latin Club II, III. J. J. J. Committee. Hockey IV.
Brown hair. Greeh eyes.
:30 THE FORESTER
FLOSSIE HORNEY. "Floss." 112 lbs. 67 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. WindOWS.
2Don1t call the wagonW Ramon Navarro.
Glee Club II, III. Latin Club 11, III. Dramatic Club. Home Economics Club. Jolly
Junior Jubilee. Class Volley Ball Team. Tennis Tournament.
LOUISE HOWETH. "Lou." 135 lbs. 5 ft. 6 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Reading.
"For heavele sake." John Barrymore.
Glee Club 2, 3. Latin Club 2, 3. Chemistry Club.
HAZEL HITZELBERGER. HHitzi." 135 lbs. 65 in. Dark brown hair. Blue eyes.
Ortmank. Reading. nYouire too kind." Ronald Colman.
Glee Club-an, 3rd year.
MARGARET HUNTER. 2Maggie." 124 lbs. 65 in. Brown hair. Huylefs. Danc-
ing. Rudolph Valentino.
J. J. J. 111, IV. Hockey Varsity 111. Class Hockey 11, III, IV. Basketball II, III,
IV. Sma112F". Dramatic Club. Latin Club.
LESLIE HURWITZ. 2Blomly." 117 lbs. 6114 in. Blond hair. Gray eyes. Looking;
pretty. 2Where do we go from here?" John Gilbert.
Tenms Tournament. Interschool Typewriting Contest. Class Volley and Basketball.
Take a position.
DOROTHY IJAMS. uDot." 108 lbs. 66 in. Brown hair. Green eyes. Windows.
Dancing. 2D0n1t call the wagon." Ramon Navarro.
VarSIty and Year Basketball Team 11. HI. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Athletic Association.
DOROTHY IMWOLD. 2D0t." 125 lbs. 65 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Movies.
Dancing. 5You would." Ben Lyon.
Latin Club 11, III. Home Economics Club 111, IV. Tennis II, III. Volley Ball II.
Treasurer of Class H.
WILLIAM H. KEMPER. HBillR, 1251bs. 66in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Catch-
ing up with time. 2Who cares?" Dred Scott.
Chairman Entertainment Committee. Athletic Editor Year Book. Chairman First
Aid Assembly. Chairman Exercise Committee. Manager Swimming Team.
DOROTHY M. KINNAMON. 2Ouzzy." 5 ft. 714 in. Brown eyes. Brown hair. 302
Press Room. Reading. HHold 18m, Yale!"
Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Press, 1927. President of the Chemistry Club.
BERNICE KIRCHER. uBincie." 112 lbs. 5 ft. 2 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes.
F. P. H. S. Talking. HDarn gOOdW John Gilbert.
Auditorium Committee J. J. J. Musical Comedy J. J. J. Dramatic Club Plays. Press
Staff. Numerals 227". President Class III. Secretary Class IV. Commercial
ELIZABETH KIRKWOOD. 2Lib1by." 100 lbs. 65 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes.
Gwynn Oak Junction. Dancing. 2YehW John Gilbert.
Secretary of 1204. Vice-President of 1352. Fashion Show given in 1926. Fashion
Show given by Hochschith at School 1927. Jolly Junior Jubilee 1926. Member
of Home Economics Club. Member of Latin Club 1925.
ARNATH W. KNABE. 1501bs. 64in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Home. Loafing.
20h, yeah." Norma Shearer.
Play Cast of Commercial Play. 2. Treasurer of Class, First Half, 2. Jolly Junior
Jubilee, 3. Thanksgiving Play Cast, 4. Thanksgiving Play Committee, 4. Dra-
matic Club, 4. Dramatic Club Play. 4. Hi-Y Club, 4. an Club, 4. Varsity
Soccer Team, 3, 4. Graduation Committee, 4. Treasurer of Boys1 A. A., 3, 4.
IDA LEE KOTZEN. uIde." 112 lbs. 65 in. Light brown hair. Blue eyes. Giggling.
uThaUs a good gier John Barrymore.
Volley Ball Team. 2.
ELIZABETH LANE. 2Libby." 1081bs. 65in. Brownhair. Brown eyes. Tumbling.
HTwo inches from his moustache." Colleen Moore.
Latin Club II. J. J. J. Committee 111. Senior Hockey.
KATHERINE LATTIER. HKittyP 17 years. 110 lbs. 5 ft. 2 in. Brown hair.
Brown eyes. Hangout, 425. Harmonizing. Chewing gum. 20-h! let me tell you?
Latin Club 11, III, IV. 1Quaestor IVJ Varsity Hockey Team. Junior Play. Junior
Prom Committee. Christmas Play Committee. Debate. Minstrel J. J. J. Chorus
of J. J. J. Class Basketball Team. Notre Dame College.
THELMA C. LAUTENBERGER. HThelm." 138 lbs. 5 ft. 7 in. Brown hair, also
eyes. 425. Lewis Stone.
Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. Varsity Hockey, 3, 4. Secretary Junior Class. Secretary Senior
ClaSS. Class Volley Ball, 3, 4. Class Hockey. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Class Basket-
ball. Girls1 HF" Club. Secretary Girls an Club. Chairman Senior Thanksgiving
THE FORESTER 51
EDWIN LOCKARD. 2Eddie." 145 lbs. 5 ft. 9 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Gym
thce. Athletics. HNo kiddilf." Milton Sills.
Track Team II, III, IV. 1Captain III, IVJ Latin Club II, IV. President of Junior
Class. Junior Christmas Play. Boys1 A. A. 1Secreta1'y and Presidenw. 2F0 Club.
ELY Club. Student President. Football Team. Christmas Play. 1June Week
ALMEDA LONG. 0A1." 1031bs. 51,42 ft. Light brownhair. Blue eyes. 425. Har-
monizing. HMust have been two other people." Ramon Navarro.
Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. Entertainment Committee, 2, 4. Hockey. Basketball, 2, 4.
Christmas Play Committee. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Dramatic Club. Latin Play.
Play Committee. Ring Committee. Play. Sniggles Family. Volley Ball.
EARNESTINE LUBARSKY. 0Linie? 105 lbs. 60in. Brown hair. Brown eyes.
Harmonizing. "Don,t forget your dues." John Gilbert.
Debaginlg; Club. J. J. J. Campus Carnival Committee. Treasurer of 1452. Chemistry
RICKA LLOYD. uPinkie." 1101bs. 64in. Dark brownhair. Grayeyes. 425. Har-
monizing'. 90h, Pauff Ramon Navarro.
The UF" Club. Jubilee. Second Year Basketball Team. Varsity Hockey Team, 3, 4.
Volley Ball, Class Team. Latin Club. Christmas Play Committee. Thanksgiving
JEANNETTE MASIL. 0Mignon." 104 lbs. 60 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes.
Movies. Eating potato chips. "Airft it the truth?" Milton Sills.
Home Economics Club. Dramatic Club. Tennis.
IDA MAZER. 0Reds? 150 lbs. 62 in. Copper hair. Brown eyes. HThis world and
then another? Gym. Dancing. Ronald Colman.
Fourth Year Senior Basketball Team. Senior Art Club. Senior Dramatic Club.
BARBARA P. MCDONALD. 14B0bbie34 1211bs. 66in. Brown hair. Manipulating
the movies. 2H01y jump up and sit down." Ramon Navarro.
Hockey II, III. IV. Basketball 11, III, IV. Volley Ball 11, III, IV. Latin Club.
MARY MECASLIN. hPatF 1251bs. 63 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Drug store.
"G1Bye." John Gilbert.
Fashion Show 11. Latin Club 11. Art Club 11. Sergeant-at-arms III. Home Eco-
nomics Club IV. Dramatic Club.
MARTHA MOHN MEDCALF. 2Mett," 2Medtly." 1241bs. 62 in. Light hair. Blue
eyes. Girl Camp. 0Teaching Cookie to drive? 0You1d be surprisedf, Ronald
Hockey Team 11, III, IV, Varsity. Captain Junior Hockey, A. Hockey Manager. Girlsy
"Fm Club. Varsity Basketball. A. A. Representative. Girls.
KAYNE MARCUS. 107 lbs. 62 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Out of town. Think-
ing. 0Not Really?" John Barrymore.
Tennis, 2. Basketball, 2.
LEE MEDWEDEFF. 0Meddy3, 130 lbs. 5 ft. 7142 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes.
Any place with 011e1'." Track. 217101, crying out loud." Richard Dix.
Sergeant-atearms in Second Year Advisory Class. Latin Club 11, III, IV. Latin Play.
Soccer Team. Varsity Track Team 111, IV. Treasurer Stamp Club. Art Club.
ELIZABETH MILLER. 2Libby34 120 lbs. 66111. Brown hair. Hazel eyes. Gwynn
Oak Junction. Tennis. 0Ain1t you smart?" Ramon Navarro.
Latin Club. Art Club. Dramatic Club.
LAURA MOON. 0Moonie3, 106 lbs. 64 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes Reading.
uHoly Heck? William Boyd. '
Glee Club. Latin Club 11, III, IV. J. J. J. Committee.
LILLIAN MOORE. 14Speedy31 100 lbs. 63 in. Red hair. Brown eyes. Peabody.
Dancing. "Half-WitV Ramon Navarro.
Member Latin Club II. Hockey II, III. IV. Basketball II, 111. J. J. J.
MARIAN MORNINGSTAR. 0Kenf, 1131bs. 63in. Brownhair. Brown eyes. 0For
flying a kite? Swimming. Dick Barthelmess.
Hockey Team 11. Secretary 1203. Basketball, 2 Team, 11. 111. Latin Club. Fencing
Club. Numerals "27". Jolly Junior Jubilee. Small 0F? Volley Ball 111. Chem-
istry Club IV.
ANNA LOUISE MORRIS. "Pee Wee." 105 lbs. 6034 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes.
2C1mon,dof1 Gym office. Stuttering. Harold Lloyd.
Press Club. Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. J. J. J. Committee.
ELIZABETH MUELLER. 1Libby." 1081bs. 64in. Brownhair. Brown eyes. Gym.
Talking. Well. Chester Conklin.
Varsity and Year Volley Ball Team42nd year. Latin Clubean, 3rd and 4th year,
Varsity Hockey-3rd, 4th. Varsity Basketball431'd, Manager of 4th. Varsity
Volley Ball. 3rd, 4th. President of Girls, an Club.
52 THE FORESTER
VIRGINIA A. MURRAY. uSneaks," 2Jimmie3, 105 lbs. 63 in. Light brown hair.
Blue eyes. Have a good time. HGoody, goody, gosh darnf, William Boyd.
Treasurer Home Room Class. Class Easter Sale and Tea. J. J. J. Junior Prom Com-
mittee. Glee Club.
BELLE MYERHOFF. 112 lbs. 60 in. Brown hair. Green eyes. Movies. Loafing.
HYou would? Ramon Navarro.
Latin Club, 2. Debating Club. Glee Club. Hockey Class Team. Art Club. Dramatic
MARY NEAVITT. 21301137." 107 lbs. 64 in. Brown hair. Green eyes. 425. Playing
tennis. 2Holy cow!" William Boyd.
Glee Club. Latin Club 11, III, IV. Minstrel Show in J. J, J. Class Volley Ball Team.
CHARLES NICHOLS. 2Charley3, 172 lbs. 6 ft. 1 in. Dark hair. Blue eyes. Gym.
Dancing. 2Crying out soft." Clara Bow.
Captain of Basketball Team IV. Football III, IV. Baseball 111. Tennis IV. Student
Court. Vice-President of Senior ClassgSecon11 Half. Sergeant-at-arms of Senior
Classtirst Half. Sergeant-at-arms of Boysy A. A. 2F" Club. President of
2451. Sergeant-at-arms of Junior Class. Glee Club.
MARGARET NORRIS. 2Peg31 1121bs. 62in. Chestnut hair. Gray eyes. Church.
Reading. 20h, goody?
Going; to Maryland State Normal. Debating Club President and Secretary. Latin
Club President and Secretary. Art Club. Chemistry Club. Jolly Junior Jubilee.
LILLIAN NORWITZ. uShorty." 1241bs. 61in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. ChikVS.
Laughing. 2F0r heaverfs sake? John Barrymore.
Interschool Typewriting Contest. Volley Ball. Basketball.
CELIA NOVICK. 2Ceel." 1041bs. 60in. Black hair. Brown eyes. HFor goodness
sake." F. P. H. S. Reading. John Barrymore.
Tea Committee42nd year. Diobolical Circle-Prologue. Cherry Blossom, Operetta.
Dramatic Club. Glee Club. Maryland State Normal School.
GERTRUDE V. OLSON. 2T1'udy." 1101bs. 62in. Black hair. Brown eyes. Play-
ing 2500.2 2You bet your boots." John Barrymore.
MARIE CHARLOTTE ONNEN. 20nnen4Me-Me." 115 lbs. 62 in. Light brown hair.
Blue eyes. Having a good old time. UFor goodness sake." Wm. Haines.
Treasurer of Class. Chairman of Class Easter Sale and Tea Committee. Chairman of
Booth in J. J. J. Junior Prom Committee. Glee Club.
HAZEL E. 04NEAL. HIrish." 105 lbs. 5 ft. 1.6 in. Black hair. Blue eyes. Gym
office. Combing Miss Hyde1s hair. HI want t04" Jackie Coogan.
Latin Club II, III, IV. Press Club 11. J. J. J. Committee.
NELLIE OWINGS. 2Toots." 95 lbs. 66 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. 425. Read-
ing. 2Ratsiy Lloyd Hughes.
Glee Club. Latin Club, 2, 3, 4. Tennis Tournament. Jolly Junior Jubilee.
JACK PASOVSKY. 2W00psf, 134 lbs. 68111. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Drug store.
HHey, Joe? Syd Chaplin.
Jolly Junior Jubilee III, IV. Manager Track Team II. Revue Artistique IV. Chem-
istry Club. uF" Clubf Sport Editor Press 111. IV.
BRUCE W. PEAKE. 2Bob." 155 lbs. 5 ft. 11 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Maine
Christmas Play. Secretary 1201. Jubilee Committee. Varsity Football III, IV.
Varsity Track 111, IV. Treasurer 1301. Soccer. Thanksgiving Play.
LOUISE PHILLIPS. 213111111 101 lbs. 61 in. Black hair. Brown eyes. Church.
Secretary Half of Third Year. President 1402-1452. Dramatic Club Play, HThe Ghost
Story? Latin Club. Home Economics Club.
ELIZABETH PLITT. 2BettyHy 62 in. 1121bs. Black hair. Blue eyes. Mt.H011y.
Dancing. HAw, GeeW Lloyd Hughes.
School Orchestra II, III, IV. Glee Club II, III, IV. Latin Club II, III. Dramatic Club.
Senior Thanksgiving Play. Art Club IV. Review Artistique 1927. J. J. J, Fancy
REYNOLDS POWELL. 140 lbs. 68 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes. F. P. H. S. Hank-
ing. nIf so, why. what for?"
Treasurer of Hi-Y Club. Commercial Pla3r42nd year. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Johns
MARGARET A. RAFFERTY. 2Peggy3, 126 lbs. 65 in. Black hair. Blue eyes.
2For heavelfs sakefy Ronald Colman. Ortmaniq.
GERTRUDE RAUSCH. uGertieF 1581bs. 6734 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes.
Latin Club. Junior Latin Club. Maryland College for Women.
THE FORESTER 53
EDITH MARION REED. 2Edie? 107 lbs. 60 in. Light brown hair. Gray eyes.
Gym. Tennis. HOh, Heck." John Barrymore.
Latin Club 11, III, IV. Basketball III, IV. Hockey 111, IV, Varsity IV. 214m Club4
FLORENCE ELIZABETH RIEFLE. 21710.,y 127 lbs. 5 ft. 314 in. Brown hair.
Brown eyes. Oakley. 2Really?" John Barrymore.
Art Club 11, III, IV. Prom Committee. J. J. J. Committee. Basketball III, IV. Art
Editor Year Book. Thanksgiving Play Committee. Dramatic Club. Small 2F".
MARIONETTE ROANE. HMaurie." 126 lbs. 65 in. Light brown hair. Blue eyes.
Gym. Athletics. Ramon Navarro. .
Varsity Hockey Team B I, 11. Latin Club I, II. Varsity Hockey Team B. Semor
Hockey Team A. Varsity Basketball Squad. Senior Basketball Team 1. Volley
OLIVIA ROBERTS. 2Libby." 115 lbs. 62 in. Brown hair. Gray eyes. Huylefs.
Art Club 11, III, IV. Glee Club 11, III, IV. Dramatic Club. Latin Club 11, III. Glee
KATHERINE ROYER. 2K." 120 lbs. 5 ft. 3 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes. HFor
the 10V1a Mike? Ronald Colman.
President of Advisory Class43rd year. Quaestor of Latin Club43rd year. President
of Senior Dramatic Club44th year. Sergeant-at-arms of Student Court-4th year.
In Cast of Senior Play4-4th year. Chairman of Senior Play Committee44th year.
Latin Club44th year.
ADELE SALZMAN. 2Slim Bug." 1041bs. 66 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. nEn-
deavor to." F. P. H. S. Talking. Richard Barthelmess.
Glee Club II, III. Latin Club 11, III. Basketball Class Team II. Art Club II, III, IV.
J. J. J. Committee. Numerals. Chemistry Club IV. Tennis IV.
JESSE SALZMAN. 2Jess." 145 lbs. 68 in. Red hair. Gray eyes. Driving; his
rattling Chev. 2Dope."
Tennis Team, 3, 4. Indoor Track. Cheerleader.
MILDRED SCHIFFER. "Milliey 114 lbs. 62kg in. Light brown hair. Blue eyes.
2And how?" 2Corinne18 having dates? John Gilbert.
Latin Club II. Art Club 11, III. Glee Club 11, III. Hockey Team 126, Squad, II, III.
Basketball II, III. IV. Volley Ball III, IV. French Club 111. Chemistry Club IV.
LEAH E. SCHILLER. "LesW 125 lbs. 63 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. 2You
know? 425. Chauffeuring'. Lloyd Hughes.
Class Basketball Team. Latin Club 11, III. Vice-Officer Debating Club. Press re-
porter. Minstrel Show, J. J. J. Chairman Ways and Means Committee of Chem-
istry Club. Tennis.
LILLIAN SCHOFER. 2Lil." 111 lbs. 64 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Movies.
Laughing. HDon4t be dumb." Lloyd Hughes.
Latin Club, 2. Fencing- Club, 2. Part in J. J. J., 3.
ANITA SCHOFIELD. 2Bi11ie." 124 lbs. 5 ft. 5 in. Brown hair. Green eyes. Any
convenient dance. Dancing. U11m so thrilleu" Ramon Navarro.
Hockey Team, 2 Squad 11, III, IV. Basketball 11, III, IV. Volley Ball 11, III, IV. Art
Club 11, III, IV. Glee Club 11, 111. Latin Club 11, III, IV. French Club
III. Jolly Junior Jubgge 4Musical Comedyy Numerals. Chemistry Club IV.
CECELIA SCHROEDER. 2Celf, 130 lbs. 6214 in. Brown hair. Greenish gray eyes.
Girl. Miss Norris, Room. Having good intentions. HFear not, Little Eva." Lloyd
Presideit 2202-2451. Volley Ball Team. Vice-President 2301. Debating Club. Glee
Club, 3, 4. Art Club, 3, 4. Dramatic Club. Operetta, Cherry Blossom. Business
Manager of Art Revue.
MORTON SHAPIRO. 2M01't." 145 lbs. 70 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. John
Tennis Team II, III, IV. Jolly Junior Jubilee, 8. Captain Tennis, 4.
ELEANOR SHELL. 2E1? 1101bs. 65 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes. Hong Cagn.
Dancing. 2What a life I lead? Ramon Navarro.
Jolly Junior Jubilee, 2 years. Senior Play Committee. Dramatic Club. Latin Club.
Tennis. Swimming. Girls1A. A.
CORRINE SHERMAN. "Oren." 110 lbs. 63 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Mil-
dreWs. Talking. uCrazy looking thing.U John Barrymore.
Glee Club 11. Dramatic Club. Art Club 111. Hockey Team III.
GEORGE NEILSON SIGLER. nJoe Zigler." 175 lbs. 72 in. Brown hair. Brown
eyes. nMexican Athletic." Ice cream store. Automobiles. Lon Chaney.
Vice-President 1353. Jolly Junior Jubilee. Interyear Soccer. Hi-Y Club 111, IV. 1Sec-
retary IVJ Chemistry Club, Sergeant-at-arms. John Hopkins University.
54 THE FORESTER
HARRY SPAULDING. 150 lbs. 74 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. 21 know a guy
that did it but he is dead now." Athletic field. Athletics.
President Hi-Y Club. Secretary Hi-Y Club. President Fencing Club, 3, 4. Vice-
President Fencing Club. Secretary Fencing Club. Member of Track Team, 2, 3, 4.
Captain Fencing Team, 3, 4. President Advisory Class. Secretary Advisory Class.
Member of Soccer Team.
JESSE MAE SMALL. nJess." 108 lbs. 63 in. Brown hair. Gray eyes. Easy chair.
Reading. 20111, for Pete1s sakeF Wm. Haine.
Latin Club, 2. Class Basketball, 3, 4. Volley Ball Teams, 3, 4. Numerals.
RUTH E. SMITH. 2Smissy? 115 lbs. 5 ft. 2 in. Light hair. Blue eyes. Movies.
Sneezing. uThafs a help." Ramon Navarro.
Latin Club II. Art Club II. Class Basketball II. Gym Exhibit 1Stadium1 II, 111.
Class Hockey III. J. J. J. Candy Booth. Chemistry Club. Volley Ball IV.
DOROTHY SMOOT. 2D0t3, 1101135. 66in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Music Room.
Singing. "Why donW; you stop that?7 Lloyd Hughes.
Member of Debating Club42nd year. Secretary of Dramatic CIuFSrd year. Member
of Glee Club. President of Glee Club44th year. In Cast of Cherry Blossom.
32116101 Editor of the Press. Member of Dramatic Club44th year. In Jolly Junior
u 1 ee.
ALMIRA SPROLL. 2Al.n 127 lbs. 66 in. Brown hair. Green eyes. Movies. Swim-
ming. HTell me some moref John Gilbert.
Glee Club II. Hockey III. Art Club III, IV. Class Volley Ball IV. Dramatic Club.
VIRGINIA STARKLOFF. 2Jimmy, Kid? 102 lbs. 63 in. Light hair. Brown eyes.
2Si11y." Three blocks north. Giggling. Richard Dix.
Latin Club 11, III, IV. Art Club IV. Dramatic Club IV.
ESTELLE STUMPF. 2Stumpy? 112 lbs. 6114 in. Light hair. Blue eyes. Girl.
Ol'tman1s. Day dreaming. 2You1re not so dumb? William Haines.
Secretary of Second Year Class. Interschool Typing Contest, 2, 4. President of Third
Year Class. Secretary of Fourth Year Class. Commercial Assembly. Class
Basketball. Class Volley Ball. Dramatic Club.
HENRY B. SUTER. 2Henri." 1311bs. 6614111. Brown hair. Brown eyes. uTen
thousand blood-red curdling curses." Press room. Collecting stamps. Ben
Editor-in-Chief of Press. President Debating Club, 3. President Stamp Club. 3. Latin
Club Play. Delegate to Second Interscholastic Press Conference 1927. President,
Secretary 1304, 1354. President 1204.
THELMA MAE TAYLOR. 2T1he1." 108 lbs. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Movies.
Dancing. "That makes it right bad." James Hall.
Class Hockey Team II, III, IV. Latin Club 11. Dramatic Club. J. J. J. Booth. Class
Volley Ball 111, IV. Tennis IV.
CLINTON L. TEMPLEMAN. 2Temp? 150 lbs. 69 in. Black hair. Brown eyes.
2No kidding?" Boys1Gym. Athletics. John Barrymore.
President Class 2. Hi-Y Club, 2, 3, 4. Swimming Team, 2, 3. Boys4 A. A., 2-3. Varsity
Football. 3, 4. Manager Varsity Basketball, 3. Varsity Track Team, 3, 4. Treas-
Laelk; Class 1303. Captain Varsity Swimming Team, 4. Vice-President Hi-Y
u , 4.
BETTYE R. TERREN. "Betty 105 lbs. 63 in. Light brown hair. Brown eyes.
Girl. John Gilbert.
Review Artistique-2nd year. Art Club43rd. 4th year. Dramatic Club. Vice-Presi-
dent of Class. Class Numerals.
RUTH ULMAN. 2Rufus, Ru? 117 lbs. Brown hair. Blue eyes. 2Well!" Art
room. 44291. Drawing. Lloyd Hughes.
Latin Club. Glee Club. Art Club. Chemistry Club 1Secretary1. Basketball Team.
Volley Ball Team. Track. Tennis.
BEATRICE WALTERS. 2B2 136 lbs. 66 in. Chestnut hair. Hazel eyes. Church.
Swimming. 20h, MarieW Antonio Moreno.
Glee Club, 4. Home Economics Club, 4. Chemistry Club, 4. Senior Dramatic Club, 4.
Home Economics Club Play, 4. Home Economics Club Committee for Tea, 4.
Flower Committee for Jubilee, 4. Fashion Show, 4. Debating Club, 4.
HAZEL C. WEIL. HWiley." 123 lbs. 65 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Harlem Ave.
Dancing. "Gee Whiz." Monte Blue.
J. J. J. Committee.
GERTRUDE WEINER. 2Weenie." 118 lbs. 6414 in. Light brown hair. Blue eyes.
E. A.,S house. Manicuring. 2Isn"c that cute?" Ben Lyon.
Class Basketball. Class Volley Ball. Tennis. Class Vice-Pl'esident. Numerals. Tea
Committee. State Normal School.
WILLIAM WELLMAN. 2Bi11." 1201bs. 70in. Dark brown hair. Gray eyes. Gar-
rison and Liberty Heights. Music. Lon Chaney.
Radio Club. Camera Club III, IV. J. J. J. Minstrel Show. Varsity Soccer III, IV.
Varsity Track III. Orchestra. Year Book Photographer.
LORETTA WHITE. 2DetP 108 lbs. 60 in. Chestnut hair. Blue eyes. Movies.
Reading. 2Good grief." Monte Blue.
Home Economics Club. Art Club. Dramatic Club. Tennis. Basketball. Volley Ball.
FRANCES WILDERSON. 2Freddy." 110 lbs. 63 in. Brown hair. Ye Towne Hall.
Dancing. 2Know any scandal?" John Gilbert.
Jolly Junior Jubilee 1926-27. Varsity Hockey III, IV. Basketball Team 1927, II, III,
IV. Girls, 2141,, Club. Dramatic Club. Vice-Pl'esident Home Room IV. Secretary
Home Room III. Valentine Dance Committee. Latin Club 11. Treasurer of Home
Room 11. Girls1 A. A. Class Volley Ball Team 111, IV.
HILDA WINAKUR. 2Hilf, 110 lbs. 64 in. Black hair. Blue eyes. Music. 2That7s
a helpF John Barrymore. Hangout, Home.
ROSE WOLFE. 2Rosie, ROW 1451bs. 66in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Cafeteria.
Doing nothing. "Is that so?" Bebe Daniels.
Latin Club II, III. Class Volley Ball 11, III, IV. Class Basketball III, IV. B Hockey
Team 111, IV. Dramatic Club. Glee Club. Varsity B Hockey IV.
RALPH WOODEN. 2Rats." 67 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. Hotel Danees. Sleep-
ing. 2Lemme see that? Harold Lloyd.
Glee Club. Soccer Team.
JANE MILDRED WOOLF. 2Rustyfy HPepF 152 lbs. 5 ft. 6 in. Titian 091D hair.
Blue Eyes. Gym, 302, the Press Room. Talking. "Gr-reat-day-in-the-morning.1y
Treasurer of Class 1203. Hockey Team H, IV. Basketball 11, IV. 131 Squad. Volley
Ball 1C1ass1 11, .IV. Latin Club 11, III. Fencing Club 11. Jolly Junior Jubilee
Committees. Art Club III. Judge of Student Court. Treasurer of Chemistry
Club. Varsity Tennis Team 1Gi1'ls1. Exchange Editor of Press.
JANE MAYNARD WORTHINGTON. 2BB." 119 lbs. 5 ft. 4 in.
Green eyes. A Marmon. Dancing: 2Darnf1no? John Gilbert.
President of Advisory Class H. Latin Club 11, III. Vice-President of Advisory Class
III. J. J. J. Committee and Chorus. Junior Tea Dance Committee. Secretary of
Advisory Class IV. Dramatic Club. Art Club. Latin Play, 2011' With His HeadV,
William and Mary College.
GLADYS YOUNG. 2Happyf1 1061bs. Brown hair. Blue eyes.
that all you wantiw William Haines. Hangout, Ortmaws.
Secretary of Class. Glee Club. Class Basketball. Class Volley Ball. Valentine Com-
mittee. Minstrel Show J. J. J. Tennis.
MIRIAM YOUNG. 2Mirna." 105122 lbs. 60 in. Brown hair.
Chemistry lab. 2Your darn whistling? Richard Barthelmess.
Chemistry Club. Latin Club. Basketball Team. Volley Ball Team. Tennis. Gouchel'
MARIE ZELLER. 2111511." 100 lbs. 62 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes.
Movies. uHow funnyfy Lawrence Gray.
Latin Club II, III. Dutch Dance in Gym Exhibit. Home Economics Club. Home
Economics Play at Clifton. Home Economics Booth in J. J. J. Treasurer of
Home Economics Club. Home Economics Play at Hood College.
GENEVIEVE WOLFSHEIMER. 2Gen." 135 lbs. 5 ft. 6 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes.
Automobile. Asking questions. HSure muff." Richard Dix.
Art Club. Latin Club.
ELIZABETH V. RIFE. 2Libby? 1281bs. 6695 in. Blond hair. Blue eyes. Girls1
Gym. HGyming." William Haines.
Vice-President Second Year Home Room. Hockey Team II, III, IV., Captain Varsity
IV. Basketball II, III, IV. Varsity Volley Ball II, III, IV. Chairman Christmas
Play Committee 11, III, IV. Vice-President of Junior Class. Vice-President Class
11301-511. Vice-President Girls, A. A. Girls4 2F" Club. Vice-President Class
MARTIN WEINER. Varsity Track Team III. Chemistry Club.
LILLIAN SILVERMAN. 2Lil." 115 lbs. 63 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes. Wash-
ington. 2What is it to youfw Milton Sills.
MARY PRICE. Art Club. Latin Club. Review Artistique, 2, 4. Secretary Art Club.
J. J. J. Committee. Assistant Art Editor of Forester. President of Art Club.
Chairman Banquet Committee. Christmas Play.
VIRGINIA SEWELL. 2Ginnie." 117 lbs. 64 in. Brown hair. Blue eyes. 2Fresh."
Hangout, Hawthorne Ave.
SYLVIA ROCHKIND. "SylF 108 lbs. 5 ft. 3 in.
hall. Sewing. 2And how?" John Gilbert.
MILDRED DUFUL. Home Economics Club,
Latin Club. Business College.
LA RUE TROUT. 'HRue." Brown hair. Brown eyes. Ortmanrfs. Reading. 2Y0u
would-you're Just the typeF Antonio Moreno.
Having crushes. 21s
Blue eyes. 408.
Brown hair. Brown eyes. Dance
Critic 0f Debating Club. Member of
56 THE FORESTER
MILDRED HOPKINS. ttMiIlie." 1181bs. 64in. Blond hair. Blue eyes. 50h Blah!"
Hangout, front porch. Buster Keaton.
WILLARD EUGENE HARN. ttBillW 165 lbs. 7214 lbs. Brown hair. Gray eyes.
Forest Park movies. Swimming. ttSoft soapf Wm. Haines.
ELIZABETH HAMSON. ttBetty." 1201bs. 64in. Blondhair. Gray eyes. Home.
Horseback riding. 50h, mercy." John Barrymore.
KATHLEEN FRANKLIN. HKay." 135 lbs. 62 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes.
Movies. Reading. ttFor Pat1s sake." Lloyd Hughes.
MILDRED DREXEL. ttMillie." 1201bs. 62in. Brownhair. Hazeleyes. Movies.
Swimming. ttOh,rea11y." John Barrymore.
ROSALIND FARLEY. ttTotoF 1001bs. 64in. Black hair. Blue eyes. t1My soul?
Ortmalfs. Writing notes. John Gilbert.
FRANCES LOUISE DOVE. nFranie." 105 lbs. 5 ft. 4 in. Brown hair. Brown eyes.
Home. Reading. 1tBe yourself." Wallace Beery.
DOROTHY R. BARNES. ttDot." 107 lbs. 5 ft. 2 in. Light hair. Blue eyes. Music
room. Playing plano. Conway Tearle.
WOODWARD ANGLE. ttWoody." 117 lbs. 5 ft. 5 in. Brown hair and eyes. Mt.
Holly. Reading. WOh! My LordV, Victor Varconi.
JULIET LIGON. ttJudy." 1301bs. 67 in. Brown hair. Hazel eyes. Anywhere.
Athletics. HTo be or not to be? Lloyd Hughes.
GENEVIEVE JACKSON. ttGennieJ, 100 lbs. 621A, in. Blond hair. Blue eyes.
UGoodie." Hangout. Daydreaming. Wm.B0yd.
SARA KRUCOFF. ttBillieP 1081bs. 52in. Brownhair. Brown eyes. 403. Danc-
ing. 5J0 Crack." Richard Barthelmess.
ROSE MICHAELSON. HMike." 1251bs. 60in. Black hair. Brown eyes. Home.
Listening. ttAnd then?" John Barrymore.
MARIE PALMISANO. KtPolly." 115 lbs. 61 in. Brown eyes. Brown hair. "Any
kind With a rumble-seat attachmentf Reading the college catalogues. Drawing.
5And how?" Lloyd Hughes.
We take great pleasure in announcing the following results of the statistics of
the Senior Class:
Most popular girl ....................................... A udrey Dobson
Most popular boy ...................................... Edwin Lockard
Best looking; girl ........................................ Louise Heath
Best looking boy ........................................ Arnath Knabe
Best dressed girl ....................................... Kayne Marcus
Best dressed boy ...................................... Norman Milburn
Best female athlete ................................... Elizabeth Muller
Best male athlete ...................................... Charles Nichols
Best mannered girl ...................................... Elizabeth Fitz
Best mannered boy ..................................... Edwin Lockard
Wittiest ........................................... Stephen Fitzgerald
Most serious ........................................... James Graham
Hardest worker .......................................... Henry Suter
Best natured ............................................. Jayne Woolf
Nerviest ............................................. Morton Shapiro
Hardest to rattle ................................... Stephen Fitzgerald
GENERAL PREFERENCES OF THE CLASS OF 427
Most popular movie actor ................................. John Gilbert
Favorite pastime ............................................ Dancing
Color of Eyes .................................................. Brown
Color of hair .................................................. Brown
Average age of girls .......................................... 17 years
Average age of boys .......................................... 18 years
Average weight of girls ....................................... 120 lbs.
Average weight of boys ....................................... 145 lbs.
Average height of girls ...................................... 5 ft. 4 in.
Average height of boy ...................................... 5 ft. 10 in.
Hangout .................................................. F. P. H. S.
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Coach HAndy" Anderson in his second-year as football mentor at Forest
Park, developed a team that stood high in prep school ranks. Four of the
seven games that were scheduled by manager Douglas were won, and even in
defeat the boys covered themselves with glory, also a little mud. Several
players were outstandingeCaptain Graham, Ed. Lockard, HBone-Crusher"
Templeman, and the two Charlies, Clabaugh and Nichols. Ben Goodman,
guard, and HGreenie" Morrison, quarterback, were chosen by Mr. Anderson
as the two players most valuable to the team.
Army-Navy Prep ........... 0 Forest Park . . . . . . . . . . , . . 27
Severn .................... 0 Forest Park ............... 26
McDonogh ................ 13 Forest Park .............. 6
Wilmington ............... 13 Forest Park ................ 0
Friends ................... 0 Forest Park ................ 33
Hopkins HFroshH ........... 6 Forest Park . . . . ........... 18
Hagerstown ............... 33 Forest Park .............. 7
Under the capable leadership of Charles Nichols, Coach Axman's basket-
ball team was a most successful one. Early in the season the team caused an
upset by defeating the confldent Poly aggregation, and followed this with sev-
eral other Victories. An even better season may be expected next year, in spite
of the fact that it will be losing its star center, Nichols.
This year marked the initiation of soccer as a varsity sport at Forest Park,
under Rex Sims' coaching. The championship of our division was lost.by
only one point, the team being eliminated by Gilman, two to one. The out-
standing players were Badart, Harris, Lipsitz and Knabe. Norman Milburn
proved an excellent manager, and the team's apprecation of Captain Badart was
shown in his election to the same post for next year.
Since the baseball season is just getting under way as the YeareBook is
gomg to press, not much can be sard except that since we have won our
opening games with St. Alban's and Annapolis High, everything seems set
for a successful season.
The track team has for its captain, Ed Lockard, who last year was state
champion in the hundred and two-twenty-yard dash. Ward Mitchell is the
manager and Morgan ScharfiC is his assistant. Athletic Director Rex Sims is
looking forward to a successful season, as the team came back strong after its
defeat by Mt. St. Joe and easily defeated McDonogh by the score of 87 to 22.
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Forest Park's racqueters have started their second campaign for the Mary-
land Interscholastic championship. Last year the team was runner up to the
strong City College team, and this year it looks as if the Foresters will Uclean
up" without much trouble. Rex Sims, athletic director, has built his team
around Morton Shapiro, Captain, and second ranking prep school player; Henry
Clabaugh, Stephen Fitzgerald, one of last year's mainstays, and Salzman,
Nichols, Lebow, Feldman, Seidenman and Earp.
Lacrosse, while not yet a varsity sport at Forest Park, is making rapid
progress. The team, which is being coached by Mr. Skilling, a former Harv
vard star, has played games with Park, Friends, Gilman and Calvert Hall.
Next year in all probability, our Lacrosse team will make its initial bow as a
varsity team, in prep school circles.
In the second year of its career, our swimming team exemplified the spirit
of Forest Park. Though eight of the ten meets arranged were lost, the tank
squad can boast of having carried one of the most difficult schedules ever at
tempted by a prep school team. Several of the men made quite creditable
recordsfaSomerVille, with a total of 48 points: Giardini, who placed well in
many races, and HFish" Templeman, who as captain, amassed a total of nfty-
six points. As the team loses only one man this year, next year should find
Forest Park High 21 strong contender for honors.
Forest Park Girls' Basketball team was one of the most successful ones
that the school has been able to boast of in its career. Out of the eight games
that were played, four were won and three of the others were lost only by a
Elizabeth Baker Audrey Dobson
Bertha Ruthke Margaret Barnard
Dorothy Frazier, Capt. Elizabeth Mueller, Manager
8. Podolsky Jean Grafllin
Marinette Roane E. Stumpf
The Girls' Hockey team for the season of '26927 was one of the most
successful ones in the school. Dorothy Frazier, HLibbyll Mueller, and Libby
Baker were the most outstanding players of the season.
Jean Stewart Edith Reed
Elizabeth Mueller Ruth Ensor
Dorothy Frazier Jean Grafflin
Marion Brooks Ada Hirshkowitz
Martha Medcalf Thelma Lautenberger
Elizabeth Baker Elizabeth Rife
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From the advanced tournament seven girls have been picked for the var-
sity team that will represent: Forest Park in matches with other schools. Kath-
ryn Heidgerd, manager of tennis and captain of the varsity team, has arranged
matches With Eastern, Western, Friends, Park, and Annapolis High Schools.
Ruth Ensor, Kathryn Heidgerd, Mary Cockrell, Edith Reed, Margaret Gavan
and Jane Woolf are the varsity players.
Swimming, the newest sport to be developed in our school, has been
divided 1nto three classes: Beginners, intermediates, and advanced. The ad-
vanced class forms our varsity squad.
The swimming squad:
Margaret Templeman, Captain
Eva Leah Lavin
The varsity Volley Ball team was picked by Miss Manning, under whose
coaching two representative teams were produced, to play Eastern and Western.
HA" Team uB" Team
M. Roane J. Pollack
D. Frazier M. Bernard
J. Gramin D. Harris
M. Brooks E. Weiner
'D. Keller A. Dobson
E. Mueller D. Putman
E. Baker M. Hyde
B. Ruthke J. Wooden
A. Kreis M. Willower
B. Seiderman E. McGreeny
EIGHTH? AND NINTH GRADE BASKETBALL
The existence of the eighth and ninth grade basketball teams is a material
proof that our slogan, HSports for all, and all for sports" is being well carried
out. It is to the players on these junior high school teams that Forest Park
must look for its future stars. Forest Park enthusiasts owe a debt of gratitude
to the Gym instructors who have given of their time to develop this Hraw
material" into stuff that will soon be seen on our courts as varsity teams.
The eighth and ninth grade teams were chosen as carefully as the varsity team
and it is safe to say that every member of the team felt herself more closely
allied with the ideals of Forest Park, for her participation in athletics.
64 THE FORESTER
Junior CIass IIIIisitory
IWO old men lounged before an open fire in a room that was lined
a , A with books and that smelled of pine logs. old leather, and tobacco.
One was a wiry old fellow, his black curly hair streaked with gray.
t He had the gout in one foot, which was tied up and propped on a
H59? I chair. He was a silent old gentleman who seemed to be always think-
L134 ing, with bowed head. The other man was so tall that when he
stretched out his legs he had to move back to keep his feet from getting in the
fire. He had kind brown eyes and a still kinder smile. He shook his head,
interlocked his fingers, and pushed on the arms of the chair with his elbows.
uJimmy," he said, iiitIs funny how we've bumped into each other so
often through life, and its a blessing were such good friends now that we
are old and have nothing to enjoy but memories and companionship. You
know, I shall always love old Forest Park High where we were boys together,
for it rooted our friendship."
UYes, Henry," agreed the wiry one, 'I have that to be thankful for, too.
But to me of all the time we spent in the old school our Junior year leaves
the fondest memories."
"You and I both served a term as president of that year, too. It meant
more to us to be Juniors than it did to be Seniors, for as Juniors We first felt
the real responsibility of serving our school and leading in its activities."
uThose were certainly good old days, far better than We realized then.
Henry, go over some of those times to me. I think I love them better now
than I did while I was passing through them?
Jimmy pressed his long nngers against his fast graying temples and waited
for Henry to begin. Henry stretched out farther, moved back his chair, and
THE FORESTER 65
T'First there was the Jolly Junior Jubilee Say, Jimmy, that sure was a
piece of work but those Juniors stuck to the end and made it go over big.
Most of them have made their whole lives Hgo over" like that. Remember
how we all worked so late in the shop where we painted the scenery for the
show and bazaar? The circus was a circus. too. We had a pretty good
crowd both nights. even if there was a Hbaby blizzard" on Saturday.
'lThe next big event was Arbor Day, also Junior Day. The Juniors
had a peach of an assembly, plenty of talent of their own. Every member
of the class wore a jonquil. Then, I couldn't forget the tree planting and the
picture taking. The photographer was a good sport. He took his time so
we missed an extra period. Funny, wasnlt it, how we used to love to miss
periods? That afternoon there was the Tea Dance. Most all the Juniors
came, some bringing their friends. I remember that punch pretty well. We
drank till the cups were all used. Dr. Frederick stepped out. too. He went
sliding and spinning around as gayly as anybody. Good old Doc! My. he
was a good friend and adviser. He sure did fill the bill.
uAnd, Jimmy, I donlt guess anybody could forget the Junior Prom. I
should never have to recall memories of that. I might spoil it all if I tried.
Wasn't the gym a maze and whirl of color. laughter and happiness? That
ended our Junior days, Jimmy."
The wiry old fellow raised his head and looked into the fire. He twitched
his shoulders and tried to move his lame foot. It made him wince. The tall
old man rested his head against the wing of his leather chair. He closed his
eyes and relaxed. He had a kind and friendly facevthe same that won him
so many friends at Forest Park High.
The Student Activity Bharcdl
The Student Activity Board is composed of the Principal, four members of the faculty,
and the Student President. The members for the past year were :
Mr. Owens, Mr. Scott, Mr. Sims, Mr. Schmied, Miss Lane and Edwin Lockard.
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GQEIUMBJPiiIH SCiiltOtOTi NTEWS
SENIOR HALLOWEEN DANCE
The flrst social event of the Senior year was the Halloween dance. The
gymnasium was invitingly decorated in black and yellow paper, cats, witches,
and goblins: while the Black and Blue Jay Orchestra played behind great
shocks of corn stalks. Attractive decorationse-good musicionly a friendly
crowd was needed to make the dance a huge success, and this was by no means
THE THANKSGIVING PLAY
The Thanksgiving Play given this year by the Senior Class was one of
the most delightful ever presented at Forest Park. The play was called HThe
Diabolical Circle" and concerned the efforts of a Puritan girl t'Virginia SewelD
to marry a handsome cavalier tArnath KnabeT against the wishes of her father
tBruce Peakey. The latter had chosen for her husband an ideal young Puritan
tNorman Milburny. The play was so successful that Miss Alta Thompson
arranged for its presentation at the Homewood Playshop.
THE FOREST HIGH FROLIC
The Fall Frolic took place at Forest Park High School on Saturday, No
vember 13, 1926, from 2 to 10 p. m. A delicious turkey supper was served
and was enjoyed by all. In the auditorium was a fashion review where many
graceful models displayed the latest fashions by the courtesy of Hochschild,
Kohn 8 CO. There was dancing and character reading. and in the gymnasium
was a bazaar with fancy work and good things to eat. The aHair was under
the auspices of the Parent-Teacher Association. It was a Frolic and a Success.
Just before Christmas the Sophomore, Junior and Senior classes presented
three one-act plays which, it has been decreed by the traditions of the Forest
Park High School, shall be given before the holidays. This year the plays
did not fall below the standard set; indeed, they raised that standard both by
their selection of material and acting, and by the scenery used.
The Sophomores, as their contribution, gave a play entitled HThe Beauti-
ful Deed," which is an adaptation of the story of UBeau Geste." The cast
was as follows:
Lady Brandon ................ .Helen Etheridge
Isabel ....................... Margaret Templeman
Claudia , , . . ........... i . . . . . V .Helen Parker
Digby Geste. i . V ................. John Andrew
Michael Geste. . . . ................ Marshall Melvin
John Geste .................... , tDuncan Brown
The Juniors gave HSpreading the News," by Lady Gregory, a story of
the devastating eHect of the Irish peasants eager desire for news. This play,
a comedy, was well acted and presented, having been coached by Miss Fox
and Miss Jones. The characters were:
Bartley Fallon ....................... .Tom Beck
Mrs. Fallon ...................... . Mary Gill
Jack Smith ....................... Milton Bergen
Shawn Early ................... . .Frank Smalkin
Tim Casey ...................... . .Milton Smith
James Ryan ......................... Gilbert Horn
Mrs. Tarpey ............... . . . .Phoebe Engleman
Mrs. Tully ........................ Elizabeth Reed
Jo Muldoon ........................... Paul Jones
Magistrate. . 4 . ..................... Morris Pearce
L8 THE FORESTER
Last, but not least, the Seniors presented T'The Loveliest Thing," by
Roland Pertence. The play was well suited to the occas1on as it takes place
on Christmas Eve and has as one of its characters Santa Claus, che man who
wasn't expected. " The characters were as foll ows:
The Man Who Wasn t Expected ..... Edwin Lockard
The Husband .................. Henry Douglas
The Wife ........................... Mary Przce
The Child ................... . . Clarise Finger
The Husband's Father ............. Stephen Fitzgerald
The Wife's Mother. . ........ . . . V Juliet Ligon
The Governess . . . . , . . . Helen Brookhart
The plays made a fitting and entertaining close of school before the holi-
The next thing on the program was the Alumni-Senior dance, on the
evening of the thirtieth of December at the Alcazar. Considered from any
and every viewpoint, and notwithstanding the fact that the Seniors did not
have any part in running it, the affair was a great success! Will wonders never
cease? While we are on the subject of dances, it would be well to mention
the Senior Valentine Dance. This, of course, like all the others, went over
big. Bill Kempsr's jugghng of the lights was really masterful.
JOLLY JUNIOR JUBILEE
The annual event of the Jolly Junior Jubilee took place on February
18 and 19. On the latter night in spite of the bad weather outside, inside
of the walls of the school a good time was had by all the Visitors In the
auditorium a musical review was presented with an all star cast: in the boys
gym was the circus and such acrobatic feats were never Viewed before The
bazaar was in the girls' gym. All the tables were prettily decorated and all
the dainties were tempting. Parents, children, young and old, all turned out
and enjoyed the diversity of amusement at the Jubilee.
ARBOR DAY ASSEMBLY
The Arbor Day Assembly marked the first assembly in charge of the
Juniors. The whole programme was furnished by the Junior class, and after
the assembly they marched to the campus and planted ivy and a tree. This
assembly has become one of the traditions of the school, and each year will
find the Junior class taking over the Arbor Day Celebration and following it
by their f1rst tea dance.
The inter-class athletics for girls include basketball, volleyball and tennis.
In the basketball Tournament each home-room entered teamseone or more
according to the proportion of girls interested. Having finished this there were
five teams in each year who played a Hround robin" tournament with the nnal
result that about two hundred girls in the Senior school participated. Following
this came volleyball horne-room tournaments in which approximately two hun-
dred and fifty girls participated. And finally there is the tennis tournament
which is now in full sway and will probably continue until the middle of
June. This sport has been divided into three classes, namely: Novice or
beginner's class which has an enrollment of ninety girls, the intermediate class
with an enrollment of one hundred and ten girls and the advanced class with
an enrollment of twenty girls who have been playing for three or more years.
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Inter-class sports for boys are of a more varied type, consisting of soccer,
tennis, indoor baseball, track and basketball. In the whole school approxi-
mately seven hundred boys participated in soccer tournaments, two hundred
and fifty in tennis, eight hundred in indoor baseball, three hundred in track,
five hundred and fiftyesix in the flrst basketball tournament and six hundred
in the second. In that last basketball tournament there were four hundred
and eight games playedemorc than any other tournament in the city.
The results obtained from this extensive inter-class athletic program have
been gratifying to say the least. In former years. and indeed in some schools
today, if a student was unable to make Hvarsity" he was consequently unable
to participate in any way since every effort was spent on the Uvarsity." But
with the coming of the inter-class policy this evil has been abolished. It has
been estimated that eighty per cent of the girls of Forest Park and ninety-six
per cent of the boys have participated in some form of athletics this year.
MISS CHERRY BLOSSOM
HMiss Cherry Blossom," our first musical performance presented by th:
school as a whole, was presented on the night of April 30th. Alice Minor took
the leading part, that of Miss Cherry Blossom. Gordon Forsythe character-
ized John Henry Smith, Robert Scheck took the part of Togo, Kokomo was
enacted by Nlilton Rosenfeld, and Margaret Murphy was Jessica Vandenpaal.
Several choruses, composed of members of the boys' and girls' glee clubs, be-
sides others from the student body, all helped to make the Operetta a success.
The costumes Were sewed by the Horne-Economics department and were de-
signed and embellished by Miss Norris and several girls of the school. The
success of lilVliss Cherry Blossom" was due to Miss Genevieve Butler's untiring
work in coaching, and to Miss Nellie Norris for her wonderful art effects,
Credit must also be given to many others of the faculty for their efforts in
Our school has thus advanced another step by adding a still different type
of performance to the already varied ones that We have produced.
clJUNE WEEI l,
This event to which the Seniors are looking forward With so much
pleasure will mark the severing of their connections With Forest Park. The
Senior Farewell assembly will be on Tuesday, May 31, and will be followed by
a tea dance on Friday, June 3. On Friday, June 10, will be the Senior Play.
The Senior Prom to which every senior is looking forward with expectancy
Will be on Wednesday, June 15, closely followed by the Banquet on June 17,
and finally Commencement and the Alumni dance on June 20.
ttTHE PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION,
The ParenteTeacher Association of Forest Park is a live, wide-awake or-
ganization. It has helped the school in many ways; both by taking an interest
in, and encouraging the activities, and by appropriating generous sums for the
aid of the school and the pupils. Some of its appropriations have been $500.00
to the library: $200.00 for a school band: $500.00 for students making their
own way through school: $10.00 monthly for pictures for the class with the
best attendance: $250.00 for a scholarship and other sums to aid the school.
It also uses its influence to bring matters of importance before proper authori-
ties. From this brief account one may readily see of what importance and
with what appreciation the school regards this organization.
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STUDENT GOVERNM ENT
In no other school in the city is the student body represented in so many
ways as in Forest Park. Our Student Government includes a Student Presi-
dent, elected by the students: a Student Board of Representatives composed of
the advisory class presidents: the Senate whose members are elected by the
students: and student officers appointed by the Student President. These
officers take charge of certain study halls, assist in the supervision of the cafe-
teria, passage on the halls, or on the campus. This plan of Student Government
has been in the nature of an experiment. So far it has inspired confidence and
a sense of responsibility in the students, which is most desirable.
The Senate is an executive body composed of two representatives from
each grade. These Senators are elected by popular vote. The Senate meets
every Thursday during the advisory period. It discusses ways and means for
improving school conditions, and recommends laws and gives suggestions to the
Board of Student Representatives. The Senate has also made preparations for
the election of new Senators and a new Student President for the coming year.
INAUGURATION OF STUDENT COURT
The newest idea in student government at Forest Park is the Student
Court. In this court students who have disobeyed cafeterial rules or the cafe-
teria ofiicers are given a trial: and after the testimony of witnesses, are either
punished or dismissed. This court gives a meaning to student authority, and
its success has shown it to be worth while.
The members of the court this year were as follows:
Chief JudgegEdwin Lockard
THE BOARD OF STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES
The Board of Student Representatives tpresided over by the Student
Presidenty is composed of the President of each advisory class. This body
meets every Wednesday during the advisory period, when it discusses ways of
improving the school. This body deals with complaints and suggestions about
affairs of the school in an effort to improve the school conditions. All ques-
tions and problems arising in advisory discussions are brought up at these meet-
ings, for answers or suggestions. At the meetings announcements concerning
the school are made. After every meeting of the Board each home-room presi-
dent tells his class what occurred at the meeting. In this way all the Students
in the school are kept in touch with what is going on.
72 THE FORESTER
O. K. SCHMIED, Faculty Aduisor
STEPHEN FITZGERALD, Managing Editor
HENRY DOUGLAS. Edz'zor-z'n-Chz'ef
WILLIAM KEMPER. Bogs' Sports DOROTHY HOFFMAN, Assistant
DORm HY FORWOODv Clabs JULIETTE LIGON, Gz'rls Sports
E. BROWN. Historian PEARL EMMERICH, Biographies
- WILLIAM WELLMAN, Photographer
FLORENCE RIEFLh, Art Edzlor HELEN E. ANDERSON. Transcription
THE FORESTER 7:3
The Glee Clludb
The Glee Club Of our school was reorganized in October, 1926. This'
year the Boys' Glee Club and GirlsT Glee Club were combined forming the
Forest Park Glee Club.
During the past months of this school year the Glee Club has done many
valuable things. The club made its first public appearance last fall when the
members sang several selections at an assembly. At Christmas time the club
sponsored the Christmas Carol Assembly. When the Jolly Junior Jubilee came
along the Glee Club stepped willingly in and did its best to make the Jubilee
a success. The boys put over a Minstrel Show while the girls danced several
Oriental Dances and the Baby Doll Dance. The Glee Club expects to present
an Operetta "Miss Cherry Blossom" on April the 30th. Aside from all this
the Glee Club has provided special music for many assemblies. Several of its
members have sung delightful solos and others have supplies lovely instrumental
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THE FORESTER 77
The GTtBCGIUI 6111Mii Gray ATCiiiltBTy Ciilldb
The officers of the club are:
President .......................... Howard King
Vice-President. ....................... Jack Boyle
Secretary ........................ Earl Wellschlagez'
Treasury ....................... . ..... Alton Short
A newcomer in the ranks of Forest Parksi chartered organizations is the
Green and Gray Archery Club. Organized March 4, 1927, the club already
boasts a number of active members.
Membership in the Club is strictly limited to boys. A number of girls
have displayed interest in such a project and it is hoped that before long a
rival organization Will be formed by the fair sex to give the boys some com-
Boys in the Archery Club make their own paraphernalia in the shops
and hold target practice on the athletic field, Mr. Allen J. Quinan is advisor
of the Organization.
The boys have adopted for their purpose Hto revive interest in the ancient
art and pastime of archery" and hope that it may become so widespread that
it may be given a regular place among the athletic activities of the school.
78 THE FORESTER
' PISTOL 6y '
Tlhe Girls? Ml??? Clulh
Charter Members New Members
E. Mueller, President E. Baker
D. Frazier G. Gramin
E. Rife B. Ruthke
M. Medcalf R. Lloyd
A. Dobson M. Roane
F. Wilderson E. Reed
V. Cook M. Brooks
T. Lautenberger, Secretary R. Ensor
1. To support all school projects.
2. To promote athletics, both intra-mural and varsity for boys as well
3. To take measures to secure facilities and adequate equipment for
4. To promote good sportsmanship in all phases of school life.
5. To act as hostesses to Visiting teams.
6 To assist intra- mural sports by voluntarily undertaking to stimulate
playing to teach the sports to act as referees leaders and coaches to other school
7. To honor the major HF" and the girls who wear it.
THE FORESTER 79
Eihme Ecwmromiics Cihmh
President .......................... Mary Boring
ViceePresident .................... Dorothy Imwold
Secretary ..................... Lillian A. Siluerman
Treasurer ........................... Marie Zeller
A little more than a year ago, the members of the Home Economics Major
Food Class decided that they wished to form a club. This club was to in-
clude all Major Home Economic Classes, and those members of the school who
wished to join. Accordingly a constitution was drawn, oihcers were elected, and
the Home Economics Club embarked on its career. It was rather difficult to
become known, but after the Jolly Junior Jubilee, where we had full charge
of the cake and pastry booth; the Tea for Mothers, which has since become
an annual affair, and the numerous interesting field trips taken, pupils became
aware of our increasing activities. This year we started by giving a Halloween
Party, to which all were invited, and where new members were able to realize
just the sort of Club we were striving to be. At the Annual Meeting of the
Home Economics Association of Maryland, held at Hood College this year,
the members of the Club gave a short playlet, which proved a delightful suc-
cess. As a fitting climax to the yeafs work, came the Motheris Tea, where
faculty met parents and enjoyed a pleasant chatty afternoon. Just as a baby
learning to walk have we progressed2ef1rst crawling, then walking unsteadily,
gradually becoming firmer, until now we are walking upright, unsupported,
and can take our place among the other clubs of Forest Park High School.
80 THE FORESTER
The press Club
The Press Club has two dennite Objectives: to instruct members in the
science of journalism and to improve the official publication of this school,
HThe Forest Park Press." N0 thought has been given to pleasure, except in
so far as the achievement of those ideals gives pleasure.
Editors and reporters of iiThe Pressti make up a large part of the Press
Club's membership and have been largely instrumental in fulIilling the second
aim of the club. uThe Pressyi has evolved from a school paper to a school
newspaper. Its popularity among the students has been shown by the fact
that 70 per cent of them are buying it each week, and the average circulation
of 1,800 copies is the largest of any high school paper in the state. Mr.
uJimrny,' Leonhart, advisor Of UThe Pressft has compounded a style sheet
and, due to his previous experience in the newspaper field, the editors are speake
ing in terms of iileads," Hbanks," Hheads," etc.
During the first annual Press VJeek, held under the supervision of this
club during March, two assemblies were presented, booklets on newspaper-mak-
ing were distributed, and talks were made to the various classes. This will
be a fixed project on the Press Club program in coming years.
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Editor-m-Chief ...................... Henry B. Suter, 27
Assistant Editow-in-Cln'ef ........... Dorothy Kinnamon, ,27
Club Editor ......................... Dorothy Smoot, 27
Art Editor ............................ Arthur Ward, 29
Exchange Editor ......................... Jane Woolf, ,27
Jack Pasovsky, 27 Margaret Kunkel, 29
Mildred Hopkins, ,27 Myra Gill, ,28
Marjorie Baernstein, Virginia Catlin, Bernice Kircher,
Gilbert Hillman, A. Leonard Mogol, Muriel Silverstein,
Samuel Sprol, Susan Strow, Thomas Rosser,
Mr. Le Schack Mr. Skilling Mr. Leonhart
82 THE FORESTER
The Camftfsmuamys Ciuh
When the boys in the shops saw that students Were board with plane and
uninteresting clubs, they determined to give them a square return for their
time. On the level. the Craftsman's Club is unique. But now we must get
down to brass tacks.
Ochers of the organization are:
President ......................... Maurice Pearce
Vice-President .................... Charles Torsch
Secretary-Treasurer ..................... Fred May
The CraftsmanTs Club marked the beginning of the third year of its
existence by enlarging the sphere of its activities. The club extended its pro-
ductions to include products of the tin shop and members of the club Were
allowed to use this shop in perfecting their handiwork. Mr. Edward L. Long-
ley was made associate advisor with Mr. Allen J, Quinan, Who supervises the
woodworking division of the organization.
The boys entertained several teachers at a club feast immediately before
the Christmas holidays and at the fmal feast of the year, held recently, each
member in good standing was awarded a siiver pin bearing the initials of the
club, uC. C." In addition, Mr. Owens was presented With a pennant of
Many interesting. ornamental and useful articles have been fashioned by
members of the CraftsmanTs Club.
THE FORESTER 88
Rhys? Athletic Aswciwtihn
President ........................ Edwin Lockard
Vice-President ................. Stephen E. Fitzgerald
Secretary ....................... Herbert Seidenman
Treasurer ......................... Amath Knabe
Sergeant-at-Arms ..................... Carl Dohme
The Boys' Athletic Association is composed of one representative from
each home-room class, both senior and junior high school. The meetings are
held on the hrst of each month, after Which each representative explains to his
class the proceedings of the meeting. In this way the entire school is kept
well informed of the athletic business of the school.
The purpose of the organization is to support both varsity and intra-
mural athletics, to keep the school informed of athletic activities, and to influ-
ence the entire school to attend all athletic contests. It is also the duty of each
representative to have his class represented in all intra-mural athletics, Whether
it be basketball, soccer, or indoor baseball. The most important activities of
the association throughout the last year were selling of athletic assOciation
tickets and the selling of tags to football and basketball games.
84 THE FORESTER
Consul ......................... Douglas Lochard
Princeps Quaestorum ................... Vera Coster
Aedile ............................. Samuel Sprol
Ego certe meum rei publicae atque Societati Romanae oflicium praestabo.
Students who are members of the Societas Romana will be enabled to get
a background for the study of Latin and to enjoy interesting entertainment at
the same time. The club which meets only once a month, plans its meetings
with a two-fold objective, to entertain and to instruct.
At Chtistmastide the attention of the students was turned upon the Roman
NSaturnalia" and they perceived that the Roman celebration was very much
like our Christmas. Dramatizations of classical stories have often occupied
important places of the clubs program and have given the students insight
into history and mythology. On St. Valentine's Day, members of the club
vied with one another to write the best Latin valentine. HHigh Lights of
Roman History" also was recently dramatized by the club. Other entertaine
ment, in the form of games, musical selections and recitations, abounds at the
meetings of this organization.
THE JUMOQ GLEE CLUB "
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86 THE FORESTER
GIOUPES? Athletic JASSOCiafiDn
President ........................ Dorothy Frazier
Vice-President .................... Elizabeth Baker
Secretary ......................... Nlargaret Bryan
Hockey Managert ................. JVIarlba Medcalf
Basketball Manager ................ Elizabeth NIueller
Volley Ball Manager ............... Belle Seidenman
Tennis Manager .................. Kathryn Heidgerd
Junior High Representativeg
Dorothy Beck Hst terme : Jane Edwards t'Zd terme
Every girl automatically belongs to this association. In every class, a
representative was elected to attend the meetings which were held on the third
Tuesday of each month.
At the December meeting a playlet, "The Sniggles Family," was given
by the Senior hockey team. In January the Sophs gave a pantomime movie,
HWild Nell" or hHer Final Sacrifice." At the February meeting two talks
were given on Athletics at Goucher College, Miss F. Burkhalter and Miss
Helen Dodson being the speakers. Miss Journeay and Miss Manning danced
clog dances, which were much enjoyed by everyone.
THE FORESTER 87
The Juniror Dramatic Club
Every year, in addition to other performances, the Junior Dramatic Club
has presented the Christmas pageant. This year, the play, UQueen Christmas,"
was a better one than ever before. The scene in which Santa Claus appeared,
wellewords just fail to express it! At our meetings we have had minstrel
shows, games, musical programs and charades. We are sure that the members
will never forget our Valentine Party. With the help of the officers:
President ........................ Margaret Hinds
ViceePresident .................... Elizabelh Schloss
Secretary ............................ Isobel Ports
Treasurer ........................... Miss XVrighz
our party certainly carried out the slogan, HA good time for a113,
Although we are busy producing HA Pageant of Workers," we are not
too busy to have hopes for the future. After a talk on the history of
"Puppets and Marionlettes," given by Miss Thompson, several of our members
attempted to make some puppets and we are all hoping that next year will
fulfill our aspirations for a puppet show at Forest Park. We know that this
would please our advisors, as well as the members, who always have the
future of the Junior Dramatic Club at heart.
88 THE FORESTER
The 661999 Ciuh
The HF" Club is an organization of varsity letter men, banded together
to support all school projects. It is different from the majority of the other
clubs of the school in that it has no officers, nor does it hold regular meetings.
Questions at once arise: How can the club function, how can it accomplish
anything of consequence, what does it really do? The answers to these ques-
tions are quite simple. The HFTT Club has no ochers because the club has for
its ideal, the furtherance of school projects, and hence no directors are needed
since every man is striving to do his best toward this end. Whenever an
occasion arises a meeting is called by almost anyone Who needs help on any-
thing of concern to the school, and needless to say, this support is always
given, Whether it consists of selling tags to athletic contests, talking up some
school project to the advisory classes, or serving as ushers at a performance of
An TTF" man is always of the highest type. He knows that Whether it be
on the athletic field or in the classroom, he must honor the uF" that he wears.
It is because of this ideal that the TTF" men are always identilied With the
successful efforts of the school.
To repeat; it is because of this ideal, this willingness, this spirit, that the
F" club is always one of the biggest factors in the success of any project of
THE FORESTER 89
The Chemistry TCTuh
The Officers for the Club for the school year 1926,1927 are as follows:
President ...................... Doroiby Kinnamon
Secretary ........................... Ruth Ulman
Treasurer ............................ Jane Woolf
Sergeant-ateArms ..................... George Sigler
Vice-Ocher ......................... Willard Ham
Adviser .................... Dr. Edwin L. Frederick
The Chemistry Club of Forest Park High School is a new organiza-
tion, the aim of which is not merely to entertain its members, but to create and
foster an interest in practical chemistry.
The Chemistry Club offers the only way in which high school students
who are interested in chemistry may obtain more information on the subject.
It offers an excellent opportunity to those who wish particularly to learn some
of the methods and devices employed in industrial chemistry to become more
familiar with the subject. The Club also offers chemistry from the stand-
point of history, since discussions are held which bring in the part chemistry
has played in the different: wars.
90 THE FORESTER
The Art TCTTMTTD
President . . . ..... Mary Price
ViceePresident . .Florence Rt'efie
Treasurer. . . . V Nelson XVz'nter
Secretary. . V V Milton Bergen
Advisor. y . . . . . Nellie S. Norris
WHAT THE ART CLUB MEANS TO YOU
The Art Club plays an important part in every phase of your school life.
Those who have worked for the Club have derived most of the benent, but
all have enjoyed the results. This year, members of the Art Club have made
new friends, and gained valuable knowledge along the lines of stage work,
travel, sculpture and cartooning.
You are perhaps unacquainted with the wide scope of our activities and
the enthusiasm with which we greet school projects. The Club has endeavored
to cooperate whenever possible with every department of the school. Have
you noticed posters along the walls or in the rooms? Or have you ventured
a guess as to how the costumes, scenery or stage settings have been made?
Have you ever noticed the pictures in the library and in the halls?
Besides these activities the Club has a project all its ownethe HRevue
Artistique." In producing it We develop ability in stage work, besides giving
to you a product of art in costumes, scenery and lights which sometimes sur-
pass our fondest hopes. Behind the scenes is our energetic and untiring advisor,
Miss Nellie S. Norris. Too much credit cannot be given here-a person vitally
interested in art and in you!
THE FORESTER 91
quTle RaLtJHD CHMHD
HTO conduct experiment and research in any line related to radio teleg-
HTo instruct and encourage students who own or are building radio sets:
HTO promote interest in radio, both for pleasure and for experiment."
With the hrst aim in View, the Radio Club has made several radio sets
and electrical instruments among them, a spark transmitter. To effect the second
purpose talks on radio are made at various meetings and a single tube and four-
tube set were made by the club. The set-building contest, won by Henry
Berwanger, forwarded set-building activities. Many students are attracted to
the Radio Club through its club feasts and others come to listen to the recep-
tion of important broadcasting. Many students became interested in the club
when members Utuned in" on the worlds series last fall.
The officers of the Radio Club are:
President ............. . t . . . . . e , .Stanley Blumberg
Vice-President ....................... Victor Brian
Secretary .......................... Charles Hoover
Treasurer ..................... Benjamin Grol'haus
92 THE FORESTER
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I wonder how many people in Forest Park High School know that there
is a French Club in it and that they are welcomed at any of the meetings?
The first meeting was held in Room 403 on October 12th, 1926. At this
meeting the purpose and aims of the club were discussed and the officers for
the year were elected. It was also decided that this club should meet on the
second Tuesday of each month and Miss Ruhe was made advisor.
The following meetings were very interesting, quite the contrary from
what many would expect. At one meeting Mr. Otto K. Schmied, head of the
modern language department of the school, gave a fine talk and although it
was in French he made us understand by translating for us, for you see we
have made it a point not to speak much French as it might interfere with the
interest in the club. Another meeting was devoted to games while still another
to music, at which Mr. J. F. Moore, one of our French teachers, played one
of his own compositions for the piano.
You all remember, I suppose, the play given by the French Department,
at the assembly on March 2d, but did you know that every person in the cast
belonged to the French Club?
The club has only fifteen members, but we are willing to wager that
no other club has more interesting meetings than we do. If you ever 13nd
the second Tuesday in the month lagging, come up to Room 403l
THE FORESTER 93
The MiaY Chub
The Hi-Y Club has been devoting its efforts to carry out the formally
adopted purpose of the club: HTO create, maintain, and extend throughout
the school and community, high standards of Christian characterfh
At the Hi-Y assembly wherein Reverend Oscar F. Blackwelder deliv-
erzd one of the most impressive addresses ever heard in our school auditorium.
these standards were clearly set forth, and the club was presented as a nonesec-
tarian organization for self-improvement and school betterment. Last winter
the club gave a UClean Sports Banquet" for all members of the HF" Club,
to promote the second plank in the Hi-Y platform. Discussions of the prob
lems found in 21 high school form a large part of every Hi-Y meeting.
The Hi-Y Club always has and always Will stand firmly upon the plat-
President ...................... Harry Spaulding
Vice-President ................. Ctr'nlon Templeman
Secretary .......................... George Sigler
Treasurer .......... . , ............... Jack Filler
Advisor ........................ Mr. Francis Dice
94 THE FORESTER
VIOLINS: Herbert Lessans, Billy Dobson, W. Wellman, L. Sober, V. Edmaos-
ton, A. Ward, N. Kaminsky, W. Lambre, D. YaHee, P. Reichardt,
M. Meyer, S. Jacobson, W. Mitchell. J. Tamburo, M. Swartzman,
C. Jones, M. Ccntineo, E. Frankel, M. Luce, D. Barnes, E. Shores.
E. Lalchumas, D. Lockard, D. Anderson, C. Hamilton, W. Hutton.
SAXOPHONES: N. Milburn, L. Taylor, D. Levinson, L. Schrctter, A. Mason,
B. Hickman, J. Elfont, L. Sherman, C. Monmonnier, W. Bandel,
M. Melvin, H. DeMoss.
BANJOES: D. VanAtta, C. Shennwick, L. Tillman, R. Mullikin.
TRUMPETS: H. Sandlas, C. Kessling.
CLARINETS: Normon Milburn, George Kessling.
FLUTE: Howard Creighton.
DRUMS: Billy Faust, Frank Hatter.
MELOPHONE: Hawley Seiler.
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BETTY PLITT V INCENT CATALANO
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VINCENT CATALANO HENRY SANDLAS
THE FORESTER 95
The Senior Dramatic Club was organized in February, 1926, under the
leadership of Miss Alta Thompson. It chose the name of HThe Masquers,"
and has a shield-Iike pin of black and silver. The officers of the Club were:
Kathryn Royer, President; Helen E. Anderson, VicreePresident; Marguerite
Many things of worth have been sponsored by HThe Masquers." Every-
one remembers the lovely tea given in the honor of Miss Moore, Who brought
her marionettes to show to us. Under this club the members of the Senior
Class played HThe Diabolical Circle" at the Home for Incurables and at the
Homewood Playshop of the Johns Hopkins University. The Club had a
theater party to see HTrelawney of the Wells," and several times members of
the Club were invited to the Homewood Playshop to tea to meet the members
of the casts of plays at local theaters. Among the actors Whom it was the
Club's pleasure to meet were those from HYounsz Woodley," ttThe Round
Trip," UCvraig's Wife" and uTrelawney of the Wells.' On May 4th The
Masquers gave Booth Tarkingtonts comedy, HThe Ghost Story," at the Senior
At the last meeting, uBarbara," a play by Jerome K. Jerome was given,
followed by a tea. At that time the oflcers for the next year Were elected, and
the club was thrown Open to members of the Sophomore, Junior and Senior
The IHHSLEQDry CHINE
Secretary Margaret Winkel
Treasurer- George Hyman
Secretary Louise Fee
Treasurer George Hyman
1 -To train for citizenship.
2 T0 visit historical places
3 4T0 train in historical research.
4 To furnish historical plays for
for school assemblies.
THE FORESTER 97
The phllhaitelhe Seeiety
The officers of the Philatelic Society are:
President ...................... Millard 'Littlepage
First Vice-Officer .................... Horace Dugdale
Second Vice-Omcer. . . . . . . V . . . . i . . Stanley VVbitehill
Secretary .................... XVorlbington Bowling
Treasurer .................... . i .Charles Stern
Advisor ....................... Miss Helen Dryden
The Philatelic Society is like a postage stamp: it sticks 10 its job until it
gets somewhere and always delivers the goods. However, it is not in the least
This organization, which is more familiarly known as The Stamp Club,
has for its purpose Tithe collection and study of stamps in their relation to the
several studies in the school's curricula." With this in View, the group has
arranged talks on various topics of stampic interest and has held two essay
contests during the year, in which one of the subjects discussed was iiWhat I
Have Learned from Stamp Collecting." Several exhibition contests brought
forth frames of stamps Which were both interesting and beautiful. The world's
first stamp, issued in 1840 by Great Britain, was the center of interest at one
of the exhibits.
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Chairman Program Committee ............................ MR. C. C, CLABAUGH
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Tho Associatiwn mccts once :1 month.
Since its organization in 1925, it has made the following contributions:
$500.00 for the Library.
$00.00 for student self help.
250.00 for a scholarship award.
200.00 for musical instruments for the band.
123.19 for lumber for 0bleachersf
150.00 for prizes and medals.
60.00 for equipment for Art Department.
40.00 for this page.
A number of appropriations for smaller amounts.
In addition. the Association through its VZlTiOUS officers and com-
mittccs, has assisted in the follmving ways:
Moving of the statuary to the school.
Recommending increased salary for teachers.
Securing extension of Garrison Avenue car l'nes, and shifting
car-stop from Forest Path to School Path.
Improvement in heating plan for building.
Fund for emergency use of hospital.
Installation of lights on School Path.
Telephones, Ere gong in Cafeteria, dark curtains for Art Room,
entertainment of visiting h3gh school boys at State Athletic
Other projects on which the Association has been working, some of
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TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.
34 S. Eutaw Street
Moving ahead with Baltimore
for nearly a third of a century
CARL SPOEREIYS SONS C0.
Swinehart Solid Tires
901409 3. CAREY ST. Tel. Calvert 5100
Baltimords Best Sport Store
124 W. Baltimore St.
Basil Wagner, Pres.-Mgr.
Theo. W. Smith, Treas.
A. G. ALFORD SPORTING
PHONE: PLAZA 0967
212 E. BALTIMORE ST., Ba1t0., Md.
GWYNNS FALLS QUARRY C0.
Crushed STONE Flag2
QuarryIVVEST BALTIMORE ST.
Phone: Gilmor 2730
Phone: Plaza 7074
H. G. ROEBUCK 8c SON
119 XV. MULBERRY STREET
Specializing in School and College
Charles W. Littleton
Frank W. Littleton
C. W. LITTLETON 8c SON
4313 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVE1
Suburban Homes Repairing
FRANKLIN TAILORING COMPANY
Ladies1 and Gentsy Tailoring, Cleaning,
Pressing and Dyeing
3414 DUVALL AVENUE
Corner Edgewood, at Garrison
We Specialize in All Kinds of Remodeling
Give US a Trial and XVC will Always
be Your Tailor.
M. PERKAL, Prop.
Phones: Plaza 0297-029820299
CHAS. M. STRUVEN 86 C0.
Steamship, Factory and Machinists1
Supplies, Ship Chandlers and
114-116 S. Frederick St, Baltimore, Md.
RITCHIE LIQUID COMPASSES
Ezallm mun Q't; l,
4109 REISTERSTOWN ROAD
HARRY N. ARMACOST
4204 Ridgewood Ave.
F. PAUL FEDER
Studio: Finishing Plant:
1305 N. CHARLES ST. 114 CLAY ST.
Vernon 7052 Plaza 7843
Tennis Racket Restringing
3 Features of Our
1 Exc1usive Use of Armour Gut
Z-Finest of Workmanship
14 N. Howard Street, Baltimore. Md.
HAsk for KONIG the Banjo Man"
A. F. KONIG MUSIC SHOP
4712 Liberty Heights Ave.
Records, Rolls, Sheet Music
For the Growing Girl
LINCOLN SHOE STORE
208 w. LEXINGTON ST.
COST YOU LESS
Fremont and Laurens Sts.
City and Suburban Orders
Offlcc Telephones Penna. R. R. Yard
Calvert 3731-3732 Vernon 3901
SHI PPING LETTER
HOWETH-TATEM C0., Inc
Wholesale Fruits 8: Produce
220 S. CHARLES STH Baltimore, Md.
Class Pins and Medals Made To Order
Mfg. of College Seals and Pins
WM. J . MILLER
Fine Jewelry, Diamonds
28 EAST BALTIMORE STREET
Camp for GIRLS
Lochearn on Fazrlee Lake, Vt.
Three Camps-Junior, Senior. Clan
Horseback Riding, A11 Land and Water
Sports. Experienced Councilors. Trips
to White and Green Mountains.
Illustrated Booklet on Request.
MR. and MRS. F. M. CHUBB
Highland Ave., Mt. Washington, Md.
Live and Dressed
516 ENSOR STREET
504-6 Citizens National Bank Bldg,
PHONE: CALVERT 3234
THE FISH DRY CLEANING C0.
Main Office and Hunt:
2551 PENNSYLVANIA AVE,
925 W. North Avenue
5130 Park Heights Avenue
Garrison 5k Liberty Hgts. Aves.
2428 North Charles Street
Smartly Fashioned Footwear
At Popular Prices1$6 to $12.53
Queen Quality Boot Shop
9 1Vcst Lexington Street
UP TO DATE
The Junior Store anticipates every
Clothing need of the Girl and
Boy in High School
SMART APPAREL FOR
-in the Hutzler Shops for Boys and
Girls. And service based on the
understanding of youth.
HUTZLER BFQTHERS 1
Morris Kramefs Pharmacy
The Most Popular Drug Store in
Cor. GARRISON ik PIEDMONTAVES
We have a complete line of Toilet
Articles, Drug Sundries and Patent
Medicines. PRESCRIPTIONS a
Specialty-called for and delivered.
For Real Service Call Forest 6071.
FOREST PARK MARKET
- for -
Fancy Groceries, Meats
4101 Norfolk Avenue Liberty 5227
H. L. HESSON
Finest Table Supplies
3304 GARRISON AVE. Forest Park
Phones: Liberty 2307 1125- 0013
Our Motto-fCourtesy and Service"
Chas. H. Jahelka
GARRISON and BELVIEU AVES.
Whitmarfs Chocolates and Confections
Finest Table Supplies
Edgewood and Liberty Heights Aves.
PHONE: LIBERTY 1794
BALTIMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE
Baltimore and L'ght Streets
Thorough courses of study, experienced
teachers, delightful surroundings.
Persunal instruction in Creeg' Short-
hand, Touch Typmvriting, Modern Bookw
keeping and other subjects.
D'w and Night School open all the yam:
Visit the School. Write or Phone
St. Paul 1241 for Catalogue.
E. H. NORMAN, President.
More Mileage-More Powsr
Smoother Running Eng'ne
CROWN OIL 8c WAX C0.
THE ANCHOR PACKING
716 E. PRATT STREET, BALTIMORE
Lafayette Building, Philadelphia
1433 XV. BALTIMORE STREET
Phone: Gilmor 1897-W
PERRY W. F ULLER
419 N. Charles St.
Phone Vernon bOHb
STAMPS FOR COLLECTORS
Complete Line of
ALBUMS, PACKETS, SETS, Etc.
For Accuracy, Purity and Quality, Have
Your Prescriptions Fi11ed at
KIRSHNER DRUG CO.
201 W. FRANKLIN STREET
We Clean A11 Furs Cleaned
Kinds of Dresses and Remodeled
W'e are not only Cleaners
and Dyers, butn
FIRST CLASS TAILORS
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing
4716 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE
Telephone: Liberty 2260
Fourth Fluor Sprcx'alists in
Tala' Elm'utor Silk Fabric:
THRESHER BROTHERS, I nc.
HThu Spatialiy Silk Store"
17 W. LEXINGTON STREET ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS
The only "Natural Daylight" Silk Store in Baltimore
Hfglzmt Quality SILKS AND VELVETS
Sell Hvrc for Less Than Elsewhere
Not for one day or one week, but month after
month and yvar after year-
Rccnuse we are H.Silzcrialixfx in Silks" and the
lnrgcst retail silk organization in the United States.
We are locamd on the fourth Hmor. thereby clim-
inating exorbitant street Hour rentals.
Mail Ordrrs Ifz'llrdilf you can't Came in, lel
shop for you as quickly and carefully as possible.
Samples cheerfully given or mailed upon request.
0pm :1 Charge Account for Your Conwnicucn.
Slum by xllaililln'c luxury and Deliver
THRESIIER BROTHERS, INC.
the Specialty Silk Store"
17 XV. Lexington St.
Great Eastern Oil Co.
Fremont and Hamberg Streets.
Monroe and Presstman Streets.
Washington Blvd. and Cross Street.
Woodland Ave. .and Reisterstown Rd.
Hanover Street nBeyond Bridgen
Harford Road and 20th Street.
R'hcn you graduate from school you,rc
just starting in the world. Remember,
this is your bIg lesson:
Wyhilc clothes don"t make the
man-they certainly make a
good impression for him.
ISAAC HAMBURGER 8c SONS
Baltimore at Hanover
Y. M; B. o. D.
THE FOREST PARK BARBER
SHOP and BEAUTY PARLOR
3327 GARRISON B OULEVARD
Artistic Hair Cutting High Class Service
Best wishes of
J. TROCKENBROT 6:. CO.
310 N. Paca St., near Saratoga St., Balto.
College. Club, Class, Lodge. Fraternal,
University Seals, Pins, Medals and Rings.
Diamond Setting. Original and Special
Designs to Order;
The Theatre to Bring Your Family
Every Section of the City and
Suburbs is Reached by
Cars of the
UNITED RAILWAYS 85
The most Convenient. Cmnfort-
able. Economical. Reliable Means
of going from where you are to
xx'hurc you want to go.
A 24-hour service 365 days of the
year. Free Transfers.
Ride the Cars
UNITED RAILWAYS 8a ELECTRIC
CO. OF BALTIMORE
VERNO N 7964
NORTH AVENUE CARD
323 E. NORTH AVENUE
Greeting Cards for All
IWakers of Your Class
V. E. STUMPF
Permanent Hair Waving
- and 2
All Other Branches of
5122 PARK HEIGHTS AYE.
Liberty 2286 2 PHONES - Forest 7215
YELLOW GAB STAND 2
Liberty Heights and Garrison Aves.
CForest Court Pharmacw
Prompt and Efficient Service
NO CHARGE FOR
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Bryant 86 Stratton College
FOR BUSINESS TRAINING
LEXINGTON STREET 11nd PARK. AVENL'E BALTlMORB, MD.
USINESS offers splendid opportunities to those who have been
adequately trained. Our courses in Gregg Shorthand, Typewriting,
Penmanship, Spelling, English, Commercial Arithmetic, Bookkeeping
and Accounting are most practical, leading to executive positions.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES ALL THE YEAR
Call, Write, or Phone PLAZA 2947 for Complete Information.
hTHE SCHOOL THAT GETS RESULTS"
TRAYEReS BUSINESS COLLEGE
CHARLES and FAYETTE STREETS BALTIMORE, KID.
Secretarial, Gregg Shorthand, Typewriting, and Twentieth
Century Accounting Courses, ably and thoroughly taught
DAY AND NIGHT SESSIONS THE ENTIRE YEAR
For Detailed Information Call, Write or Phone PLAZA 5626
PHONE, LIBERTY 2823 SANITARY WORKSHOP
Liberty Cleaners, Dyers and Tailors
Now is the time to think of your Coat. Before the rush you
can get a better price and prompt delivery. XVe also have a
complete line, Hf beautiful linings at reasonable prices.
This promises to be a big season for black coats and we can dye
any color black.
Estimates Gladly Given
CORNER EDGEXVOOD and LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUES
The Flag, Banner and Pennant Shap
R. H. TAYLOR
Successor t0 SISCO BROTHERS
Flags, Banners, Penants, Emblems, Church and Society Goods, Gold,
Silver and Antique Braids, Fringes, Tassels, Beads and Novelties.
Silk Banners for Schools, Societies and Fraternities. - .
302 PARK AVE. VERNON 2355 BALTIMORE, MD.
MONUMENTAL STORAGE 8;
CARPET CLEANING C0.
1110-1116 Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md.
Furniture Storage, Packing, Moving
Fred. A. Kluth
Gasoline, Oils, Grease and
5023 Reisterstown Road
First Class Repairs on All Make of Cars
Caswell Drug Store
Cor. Baltimore and Hanover Sts.
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