Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1929
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' Published by
The Senior Class of 1929
FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL
F LA TIMER Q4. CDICE
5' SENIOR CLASS ADVISER -1
wlrbscilxlzefp, frimzzixllip, and gNidtllICC,.f11l'H tlzeq part
N two years lmsr taught us the frm' mmni-ug pf ' '
y Imdrrslzipiand co-operation, iw, the M I
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0 RECORD in tangible form the spirit, achieve-
ments and cherished ideals of our school, has been the
aim of the Editors. In fthe following pages we have
endeavored to enshrine forever--for those gone out
from our school, for the present Seniors, a11d for those
who will H11 our places in the years to come-the spirit
which has inspired us in an effort to create and main-
tain a befitting demeanor worthy of the name of
The theme of our book has had its inspiration in the
name of our school-Forest Park-and in the fact
that we are the pioneer oo-educational high school in
Baltimore. This 1notive our artists have tried to use
in all their work.
In the compiling of our F ORESTER we have set a goal
of Hnesse and simplicity which, we hope, marks a for-
ward step in these records of Forest Park 1-Iigh School,
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K FACE LT Y N
MR. GLENN Ow1sNs, Principal
PART OF THE FACULTY
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GLENN OWENS, A. M., Principal ALFRED P. SCOTT, A. M., Vice-P1-iwwipal
I ANNABEL L. WHITE, A. M., V-ice-Principal A
COMMEIRCE DRYDEN, HELEN
KATENKAMP, CHESTER H., B. S., KAPLANI 'LEBAI A-3-
Head . LEVIN-SON, FLORENCE, B. S.
BROOKS, HELEN GOULD, B. C. S. MUSIC
LEIPHOLZ, 'IMICHAEL C.
THOMPSON, MADELEINE M.
WELLS, MARY E.
BARNES, MAY S.
-CALDER, JOHN B.
HAFER, ROEERTA M.
BROENING, ANGELA M., Ph. D.,
CHASE, MARGARET, A.B.
COOLEY, FRANKLIN DEL., A. B
HUDSON, RUTH H., A. B.
JONES, .M. ELIZABETH,-A. B.
LE SCHACK, ABRAHAM, B. S.
SHAFFER, VIRGINIA, A. M.
THOMPSON, ALTA E., A. M.
BAUER, ALICE, A. B.
BARRETT, RUTH, A. B.
BECKER, A. .ROSALIEA
FINESINGER, ANNA D., B. S.
KOENIG, MENETTA E., B. S.
KOESTLER, TERESE F.
SMITH, ETTA W.
TURNER, BEATRICE, A.B.
WACNER, .LUCY, B. S.
WRIGHT, FANNIE C.
NORRIS. NELLIE S.
BRAINARD, NORA V.
EVERIST, MARGARET MIRIAM
ADAMS, CHARLES E., Ph. B.,A.
BROENING, GRACE E., A.M.
LAYMAN, FLORENCE M.
SCOTT, ALFRED P., A. M.
BROWN, RICHARD T., JR., B. S.
BUTLER, IGENEVIEVE P.
BAKES, :HELEN '
JOURNEAY, LUCY H., B. S.
SIMS, HENRY-R. '
ANDERSON, C. MELVILLE, B. S.
AXMAN, PHILIP ' I '
HYDE, LUCY .
MANNINC, EDITH L., B.S.
FREDERICK, EDWIN L., Ph.D.,
BULLEN, IRENE, A. B.
HUTT, MILDRED A., A. B., Lab.
KRAMER, IRUTHQA., A. B.
RUDASILL, DWIGHT A., A. B.,
BOONE, GERTRUDE ILEE, B. S.
MAINSTER, J OSEPHINE
NICKEL, ELIZABETH, A. B.
VAN SANT, THOMAS, -B. S.
CHURCH, DORIS V. . 1
RAINS,,.BLANCHE M., B.S.
WHOLEY, IDA A.
NUNN, AMY D., B.S.
VAIDEN, VICTORIA, B. S.
A LATIN .
ERAUCH, JESSIE M., A. B., Head
BENSON, 'GLADYS M., A. B.
ROE, IRENE, A.B. . ,
HARRIS VERA A B
M" 'MANNIiNIG, F.,MARIbN, A. B.
WELSH, DOROTHY B., A. B.
. . MANUAL ARTS
YOCUM, XVILLIAM K., A.B.,
JOLLY, WILLIAM H.
HEDRICK, MELVIN D.
LONGLEY, EDWARD LEROY
MEIIBY, ANDREW E.
QUINAN, ALLEN. J.
'A A AMATWHEMNDICS
NORRIS, GROVER W., A. M.,
BECKER, SOPHIE M., A.B.
BURCAN, ETHEL F., A. B.
DICE, :LATIMER A., A. M.
BURKE, MARY JEAN, A.B.
EVERSFIELD, EUGENIA F.
HASLUP, ANORMA V., A-B.
LANE, 'FLORENCE R.
SHAFFER, CORA -H.
WELLS, FLORENCE E.
YVHITFIELD, IHESTER IC. -'
SCHMIED, OTTO K., A. B., LL. B
Head ' .
MOORE, J. FRED, ARB.
RUHE,.RUTH E., A.B.
BURNER, .FLORENCE H., B. S.
DEAN, DOROTHY .
KLINESMITH, EDITH ' '-
DAVENEORT,' MAREL '
SHUTT, ALICEG. .
SIEGEL, 'CLARA -A
SORAN, IDA G.. - '
.WALTHAM, MARY '
GERMAN, BESSIE A.
PARLETT, LILLIAN S,
' , DIETITIAN
BALTZ, MARTHA S., A. M.
MARTENET, ELLA LANGHORNE
KEMP, A. LILLIAN, R. N.
FREED, SHIRLEY M.
'The happy years of close association are at an end. You are
about to leave our school, to find for yourselves places in the wider
sphere ofthe world's business. My wish is for your success in
all your enterprises. I
My counsel to you is this: -In all you do, be sincere, be loyal,
be earnest, be trueg And4"Finally, whatsoever things are true,
whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, what-
sover things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely-if there be
any virtue and' if there be any praise-THINK ON'Tl-IESE
A My best wishes go with you.
LATIMER A. D1cE.
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I-OFFICERS OF THE SENIOR CLASS
7' ' First Se-uzvester Seconvd S61l1,6SI6V A
President ........... ......... J . MARSHALL MELVIN J. MARSHALL MELVIN
Vice-President ..... ......... H ARALD JORGENSEN A JACK SNYDER
Secretary' ........... ......,.. R UTH E. GIBSON RUTH E. GIBSON
Treasurer ............. ......... X VILSON B. ARCHER FRANK NICHOLS
S6rge'ant-at-Arms ........... 1 .... JESSE TRAGER Q JESSE TRAGER
. CHAIRMEN GF JUNE VVEEK COMMITTEES
Senior Pfam. ........................................................ JACK SIEMON and EBILIA BROENING
Senior Bauqubt ........ ....... D OROTHYA KELLER and HARRY SUSSMAN
Tea Dqnce .................... .......... L EONARD GREBOVV and HERBERT DAHNE
Farewell Assembly ......... ......... A NN CORCKRAN and EDWIN THOMPSON
S6'1I'i0'l' Party ................ .......... H ARALD JORGENSEN and LESLIE LEGUM
C fz-111 pus Carnival ......... .......... IN IIRIAM SEIDMAN and ROBERT SMOOT
General CIzafi1'1rzan ....... .............,.................... J . MARSHALL NIELVIN
Faculty Advism' ....... ......... IV IR. LATIMER A. DICE
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Hockey, Basketball, Volley, Tennis 2, 3,
45 Girls" F Clubg Major F. '
'fl 's 'wicked-l's 'm-ighty wicleed, no-
l10'w.. I cmft help it."
HILDA KRAFT ALEXANDER
Latin cmb 2, 3, 4, Glee Club sg Masqu-
ers 45 Class Athletics 4, '
"How should any sign post daruber
know the worth of Titian?"
ANN .ELIZABETH ANDERSON
Latin- Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 4, Hock-
ey, Basketball, Volley Ball 2, 3, 45
"Her voice was ever soft, -
Gentle, and lowg an excellent thing in
EDYTH. E. APPEL '
Girlsf Leader Clubg Class Officer 25 Bas-
ketball 2, 3, J. J. J:
"Love keeps the cold out better than
I t serves for food and ra-imeutf'
WILSON BUTLER ARCHER
Boys' F Club 3, 45 Boys' Leader Club 49
Class Officer 4, Varsity Football, Soccer
and Track 45 J. J. J. 2, 3, 4.
"The moon never beams witlzont bring-
mg me dreams
Of the beautiful Annabel Lee."
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President of the Boys' Leader Club:
Treasurer of 'the Hi-Y Clubg Usher at
Commencementg Cafeteria -Oificerg D. S.
"And he is long and Iankf'-Coleridge.
ELIZABETH B. ARTHUR
Class -Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 3,
"Good -mind, good find."
GERTRUDE WIONA BARTELL
Manager of Hockey Team 45 Clais-s Oili-
cer 2, 33 Glee Clubg Art Clubg Latin
Clubg Chairmanof Ring 'Committeeg For-
ester S-taffg J. J. J. 2, 3, 43 D. S. Pledge.
"There swiins no- goose so gay but soon
She'lZ find some honest gander for
Commencement Chorusg Interclass Ath-
"Oh this learning! What a thing it is."
Business Manager of the Foresterg
Cashier of the F. P. H. S. Student Bankg
Class Basketball and Baseball 3, 43 Track
Team 2, 3, 4.
"The first 'vi1'tue, sane, if than welt
Is to restrain and kepe well thy
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RUTH MARIE BEGGS
Home Economics 'Club 25 Latin Club 2 3
Glee Club 3, 49 German Club 3, 4.
"Bcgoue, Dull Care! I pritlzee begoue
KATHRYN DORIS BEHLER
Latin Club 2, 35 Masquers 23 Art Club
2, 35 Class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Numerals.
"Art quicken.: nature, care will 1-1-lake
Neglected beauty perisheth GPG-C6.U
Class President 2 5 Vans-i-ty Track 2, 3, 4g
Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 45 Assistant
Editor of "Forester", J. J. J. 3, 4.
"Thought 115' deeper than all speech,
Feel-ing deeper than all thought."
WERNER F. BEMMANN
Art 'Club 33 Latin Club 2, 'German Club
4g Glee Club 4, "Cherry Blossom" and
"Write me as one who loves my fel-
Glee Club 25 Varsity Hockey and- Basket-
ball 3, 45 Latin Club 4, Major F.
"I may be small, but judge not a
'woman by inches." '
JOSEPH CALTON BIDDIX, JR.
Sen-ator 2, 3, 45 Boys' Leader Clubg Con-
sul of La-tin 'Club 45 D. S. Pledge.
"M en were deceivers ever,
To one thing constant never."
Track 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 3, Soccer and Bas-
ketball 4g "Forester" Staif.
"'In eaelz cheek ap,oea,rs a pretty dimple,
Love made those hollows there."
FRIEDA PAULINE BOESSEL
Class Officer 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45'
Junior Clas-s Arbor, Day Committee' 23
Library Assistant 2, 3, 4.
"But genius must be born,
, And 141-ever ca-n be taught."
Q , J
Home Economics Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club
2 3 Glee Club 2, 33 Commencement
A Chorus 4, J. J. J. 3, 4.
"Adore me, for I am cz ZU0'71lCl11i.W
BERTRAM LEE BOONE
Class Officer 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics
2, 3, 43 Boys' Leader Club 43 Hi-Y Club
47 Chairman of June Play 4g J. J. J. 2,
3, 4. E
"Heads, I wing ditto, tails."
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EDITH LOUISE BOWER
Latin Club 25 Class Officer 43 Treasurer
of the Glee Club 43 Dramatic Club 45
"They are vezever' alone that are accom-
panied 'ZU!'lf11- 'noble H1-Oltgllffu
Glee Club 23 Art Revue 23 J. J. J. 35 In-
terclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Tennis, 3, 43
Swimming 3, 45 Major Fg -German Cfub
33,Girls' Leader Club 4. .
"Our Gertrudeis' a- salad, for in her we
Oil, vifzegar, sugar and saltncss
Art Club 2, 33 Latin Club 43 Class Offi-
cer 25 J. J. J. 33 Basketball 2, 33 Tennis
2, 3, 43 Numerals.
"Nothing is impossible to cz 'willing
EMMA C. BRTOENING
Class Officer 2, 3, 43 J. J. J. 2, 4: Latin
Club 23 Masquers 45 Interclass Athleticsg
Numerals' and Minor F.
"Sl1c's beautiful and therefore to be
She is o woman, flzerefore to be wonf'
Press Club 23 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Class
Athletics 2, 3, 45 Numerals -and Minor F.
"'Some drtists paint with one eye shut,-
H elon, we believe., shuts both eyes."
Class Basketball and Volley Ball 3, 45
Glee Club 3.
"Wlz.a.t's in a name? That which we
call a rose
By any other name wouldfsmell as
Class Officer 2, 3, 45 Press Club 23 Girls'
Leader 'Club 33 Glee Club 3, 45 J. J. J.
33 Class 'Basketball Team 2.
"The sweetestq th-ing that ever grew
Beside a human door."
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Varsity
Hockey 4g Latin 'Club 45 'Girls' Leader
Club 49 Numerals and 'Minor F5 D. S.
"Be good, sweet -maid, and let 'who will
Do noble things, not dream z'h.e1'rL all
, day long: '
And so make life, deallh and that vast
One grand sweet songff
MARY LOUISE BURGESS
Latin Club 23 Art Club 23 Class Hockey
Team 43 Tennis Tjaugna-ment 2, 3g J. J.
".lally,' yet serious,
Fun loving, yet sincere."
EVELYN BYRD A
Latin Club 25 Home 'Economics Club 3,
43 German Club 3, 4g J. J. J. 35 Refresh-
-ment Committee of Junior Prom.
"Evelyn likes her boy friend,
Evelyn likes 'em strong,
Evelyn likes 'em lza-ndsome,
' Evelyn likes 'em 'L0ng'."
wtl tse le diw
ELEANOR LOUISE CALVERT
Class Oflicer 2, 3, Flower Committee of
J. J. J. 3g Chairman of Refreshment
Committee Junior Prom and .St. Pat-
rick's Day Dance 3, 45 Home Econom-
ics Club 4.
"I sing to the hea'Ue-ns, for I am a
RUTH CAPLAN -
Glee Club 2, 33 Irmterclass Athletics,
"The thing that goes the farthest to-
ward 71161-k'i1Ig life 'worth while,
That costs the least, and does the
most, is just a pleasant smile."
GERTRUDE C. CARTON
Art Club 2, 35 Press. Staff 25 Interclass
Athletics 2, 3, 43 Tennis Tournament 23
Varsity Basketball and Hockey 43 Num-
erals and Minor F.
"Z0undsl I h.a've been five minutes too
late all my lifetime."
BERNICE SENORA CHECKETT
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Tennis Tour-
nament 2, 3, 4g Numerals 'and Minor F,
Latin Club 4. -
"Sfmt komm-t ilztr-doch ihr kommtf'
I You come la-te, yet you comelj
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Masquers 2, 3, 43 Class
Officer 25 "Cherry Blossom".
"There was never yet fair 'woman but
' she made mouths 111. a glass."
MARY ELIZABETH COCKRELL
Glee Club 2, 3, President 43 J. J. J. 33
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 "Robin
Hood"g Numerals and Minor F.
"To know her is to love lzcrf'
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4 5 Latin Club 4.
"Mine eyes smell onions, I shall weep
ANN CAROLINE CORCKRAN
Class Oflicer 2, Praetor of La-tin Club 33
Girls' Leader Club 43 F Club 45 Major Fg
Interclass Athletics 33 J. J. J. 3.
"God will not lo-ve thee less
Bern-use men lofzfe thee -more."
MILDRED ANNA COYLE
Latin Club 25 Glee Club 23 Artistic Re-
vue 2, 3g German Club 45 J. J. J. 2, 3, 43
Assemblies, Cheer Leader 4.
- "Love me little, love me long,
Is the bszfrden of my song."
Art Club 2, 33 Interclass Athletics 2, 3,
45 J. J. J. 3a
"Those curious locks so aptly twined,
Whose ezfery hair a soul doth bind."
- X. 1929
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HERBERT N. DAHNE
Indoor Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3,
4g "Forester" Staffg Senior Tea Dance
Committeeg J. J. J. 2, 3, 4.
"Of manners gentle, of affections mild,
In wit, a ma-n,' simplicity, a child."
. Q 0
MELVIN I. DAHNE
Indoor Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3,
43 "Forester" Staff 5 Student Activity
Bankg J. J. J. 2, 3, 4. A
"Endurance is the crowning quality,
And patience all the passion of great
hearts." Q '
HARR11-:T ELISABETH DAVIS
Class Officer 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 As-
sistant Chairman of J. J. J. 3.
"Eureka! The mother of chori-n is dis-
J. J. J. 3, 43 Varsity Track 2, 35 Assist-
ant Track Coach 4g "The Musketeersng
Technical Banjo Trio, Assemblies, Inter-
class Soccer and Basketball 2, 3, 4.
"From every blush that kindles in thy
' cheeks , .
Ten thou-sand little loves and graces
To revel in the roses."
Commencement Chorusg Interclass Ath-
"You beat your pate and fancy 'wit
Knock as you please, there's nobody
--f' .prof ' ff F still? ff l 'ZTTASH
im l eeeieewl IW
V JEAN DEWEES
Commencement Chdrusg Interclass Ath-
"Books should to one of these four
For wisdom, piety, delight, or use."
ANNA C. DIEDEMAN
Art Club 3, 4.
"A good name endureth forever."
Commencement Chorusg Intetclassl Ath-
"In cz polite age almost every person
becomes cz reader and receives
m0re instructions from the press
than the pulpit."
e ZEVAH QOMNITZ
Interclass Athletics 3, 45 Art 'Clubg 'Ger-
man Club 4.
"Zevah, Zevah V
Has H ayfeoalzj
I have heard
S'he's an zmbelie'vah."
p ' ADA R. DONOHUE
Art Club 2, 33 Latin Club 43 Volley Ball
and Basketball 2, 3.
".S"z7le11-ce more musical than any song."
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MAE CORNELIUS VAN TROMP
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2,
3, 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Tennis
3, 43 Publicity Manager for Art 'Club 4.
"I may be as good as I please, if I
please to be good!"
Stamp Club 23 Latin Club 3, 43 Hi-Y
Club 3, 45 Boys' Leader Club 43 Senior
"Youth calls for Pleasnurc. Pleasure
calls for Low."
SYLVAN RAYMOND DUNN
Class Officer 23 Press Reporter 2, 3, 45
Exchange Editor 4 5 Oratorical Society 4.
"Knowledge is brought only with a
And wisclom means at world of pain."
Glee Club 25 Home Economics Club 3, 43
Candy Committee of J. J. J. 3.
"Silence is the best orncwnent of
Interclass Athletics., P. A. L., Com-
"Let men say 'whate'er they will,
Woman, woman rules them stillf,
VIRGINIA CLEM ENTIN E
"Cherry Blossom", Glee Club 2, 3, 45
Art Club 23 Secretary of Glee Club 4.
"If -music be the food of love, sing ou."
German Clubg Glee Club 2, 33 Latin
Club 23 J. J. J. 2, 3.
"True as, the needle to the pole,
Or as a dial to the sim."
Boys' Leader Club, J. J. J. 4, Cafeteria
Officer, Footbalg Inierclass Athletics
I 31 '
"If you get simple beau-ty and naught
You get about the best thing God in,-
Commencement Chorus, Interclass Ath-
"Good at fight, but better at play,
Godlike in giwngg but the devil to
MARTHA 'REBECCA FISHER
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4 5 Tennis Tour-
naments 2, '3, 43 Numerals, Minor F3
Glee Club 3, 43 Latin Club 3.
"'I'm nothing if not- critical."
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MARIETTA WARD FLATER
Class Officer 33 'Class Basketball Team 2,
3, 43 Numerals. .
"Whence that three-c'orne1'ed sznile of
Three angels gafoe me once a kiss."
JOHN ALLEN FOARD
Glee Club 2, 3, 49 J. J. J. 2, 35 Class Ath-
letics 2, 3, 4.
NAt one time my singing did me
HENLEY TAYLOR FOREMAN
Hi-Y Club 3, 43 Stage Manager 2, 3, 43
Soccer and Track Team 3, 4s J. J. J. 3,
"A wifs a. feather and a chief a, rod,
An honest 'IHCUIJS the noblest 'work of
DOROTHY B. FRANKLIN
Basketball 45 Volley Ball 2, 4g Masquers
2, 33 Treasurer of the Oratorical Society
45' Art Club 4.
"A fashion plate right out of the band-
SADIE FRENKIL .
Latin 'Club 2, 35 J. J. J. 33 Home Eco-
. nomics Club 4. ,
"Do you know I am a, woman? When
I think I nz-nst speak."
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HERBERT L-EE FRIEDBERG
Sports Editor of the Press 43 Press Clubg
Press Staifg "Forester" Staff.
"H is keen, polite, inszfnuating style
Could please at court and make Au-
ELIZABETH FORREST GATES
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Latin Club
. 2, 3, 4.
uf47'1'll.S and the men I sing." Ufirgilj
WILLIAM A. GAULT
Student Presidentg Hi-Y Clubg Boys'
Leader Clubg Christmas Pl-ay 45 Football
Squad 3, 4g D. S. Pledge.
"Yours -is the Earth and Everything
thafs in it,
And-wlzich 'is more-you'lI be a
man, my sou."
ANGELO V. GIARDINA
Varsity Swimming 2g Varsity Baseball,
Basketball and Track 2, 3, 43 Boys' Lead-
er Glub 43 J. J. J. 3.
"Eat, dr-ink and be merry, for tomor-
row you may have a headaclzfef'
'RUTH VESTELLA GIBSON
Class Ofiicer 2, 3, 43 Secretary of Year
3, 4g Secretary of Masquers 3g Exchange
Editor 43 Home Economics Clubg Girls'
Leader Club 4. ,
"Age cannot wither her, nor custom
H er infinite variety."
' Thi :ty
1929 R541-'NE I
ROBERT STANTON GILL
Class Officer 45 Secretary of French Club
25 Masquers 3, 45 German Club 3.
"Some deemed him 'wond1'ous 'wise
And some believed 1lfi11l. mad."
' ELIZABETH GIST
Commencement Chorusg Interclass Ath-
"Happiness, to some elafion,
I s to others more sfagm1.tion."
Class Oificer 2, 35 Class Athle-ties 2, 3, 45
Art 'Club 35 Numerals and Minor F.
Nf,Cli1'11C les Angla-is"'-I love the Eug-
BEATRICE R. GOLDBERG
Latin Club 25 Art Club 25 Art Revue 25
Interclass Athleticsg Numerals- and Minor
F5 J. J. J. 3.
"The sweetest noise on ea-rth, a
MARY MILLS GOLDER
Class Officer 2, 3, 45 Varsity Teams 25
J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 German
Club 3, 45 Treasurer of the Girls' Leader
"'Tis no spell of eiwlzantment, no
But the 'way she says 'Darling' that
goes to my heart."
l A .A J
M dm eel ? 'Em R
wig, u 929-
PAUL G. GOSNELL
Swimming Squad 2 3 Rifle Team 2, 3.
"Those who in quarrels interpose
Must often wipe a bloody nose."
CHARLES RUSSELL GREASLEY
Teller Student Activity Bank 33 Baseball
2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4.
"Strange to the world, he wore a bash-
The fields hisrstudy, nature was his
s. LEONARD GREBOW
Class Officer 2, 45 Interclass Basketball
Team 2, 3, 43 J. J. J. B-azaaxg Assistant
Editor-in-Chief of "Forester".
"An ounce of wit is worth 1: ,bound .of
DOROTHY CAMPEN GREEN .
Interclass Athleticsg Numeralsg Tea
Dance Committee '35 Prom Committee 3g
J. J. J. 3j June Play Committee 35 Home
' Economics Club 4.
Thereis' fun in e've'ryth.ing 'we meet,-
Tlze greatest, worst and best,-
Exristence is a merry treat,
And every speech 0, jest."
FRANCES WISE GRESSIT1'
French Club 33 Glee Club 3, 43 J. J. J. 3.
"Frances! Frances! Naughty! N augh-
' ty! '
At him you always. yea.rn,'
I f that's the way you carry on
Your French you'll'ne'uer learn."
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ETHEL MARIE GUNDERSDORF
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Masquers 45 Presi-
dent German Club 45 Interclass Athlet-
icsg Class 'Officer 2, 45 Senior Play Com-
"l'Vith flask and test tube, acid, gas,
S he strives with all her mighfg
An ejfervescent fluid or two
Is Efhefs chief del-ight!"' V
HELEN TROY HAMBSCH .
Swimming Squad 45 Varsity Hockey 2,
35 Interclass Athletics5 Numerals and
Minor F5 J. J. J. 35 Vice-President "Le
"A quiet tongue shows a 'wise head."
DOROTHY PAYGE HAMLEN
Glee' Club 45 J. J. J. 35 senior Pl-ay com-
"'He1' eye in silence hath a. speech
llfhich eye best understzmdsf'
IRVING AJ. HARMATZ
Class Athletics 2, 3, 4. '
"Neither shall they shave their heads,
nor - A
Suffer their locks to grow long."
DOROTHY V. HARRIS
"Forester" Staff 45 Tea 'Dance Commit-
tee 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Class and Varsity
A-thletics 2, 3, 45 Press Staff 3,45 Sec-
retary Girls' Leader Club.
"I f you would be loved, love and be
XFN-M Gif ff fi
M ttteitwlttnl tw
s HOLMES HEIMERT
Commencement Chorus, Interclass Ath-
"'ATl1c birds can fly, and 'why cmft I ?-
Hot Tailspins ! lf"
FRANK DUNBAR HOLMES
'Girls may come and girls may go, but
I I love one girl forever."
Commencement Chorus, Interclass Ath-
"Beneath the rule of 'men entirely
The pw-1 is 'llligllfi-CT than the tongue."
KENNETH J. HULL
Hi-Y Club 43 J. J. J. 2, 33 Glee Club 3,
4g Junior Prom Decorating Committeeg
nSlIl'flfJI1S share with thee '
K 7l07.i.'ICdg0,' but Art, O Mara, is thine
WILLIAM ERVIN E HUTTON
Orchestra 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 Inter-
class Athletics 2, 33 Bovs' Leader Club
45 F Clubg "Cherry Blossom" and "Rob-
"Rugged is the breast that music can-
emo if gvfs-mL.q
ici LA .Wu-4 Yt'Ai'L':5ni3'K5
ti t if' '55
MARTINA GERTRUDE HYDE
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 39 Girls'
Leader Club 43 Class and Varsity Ath-
letics 2, 3, 43 Major F3 Assemblies, Class
Officer 2. '
"There is no royal road to geo11z.etry."'
ISABEL JUDITH 1Dov
Clas-s Officer 2, 43 J. J. J. 3, 4g Masquers
3, 45 Cafeteria Officer.
"As soothing as the soft. strains of an
old Spanish guitar."
Interclass Soccer, Basketball and Indoor
Baseball 2, 33 Varsity Soccer 43 Radio ,
Clubg J. J. J. 3, Interclass Track.
"He gave with a zest, and he gave his
3 W A
RICHARD H. JANDORF .
A. A. Representative 3, 45 Oiiicer A. A.
45 Press Staff .2, 33 Swimming Team 33
Press Club 2.
"Swans sing before they die. 'Twere
' no bad thing
Did certain persons die before they
' LILLIAN CAROLYN JETT
Class Officer 2, 35 Hockey and Basketball
"Lips, 'whose plautattions fully show,
All the year -wlzcrc cherries grow."
4 3 '1f'A?'
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FREDERICK C. JOHNSTON, JR.
Hi-Y Club 2, 3, 43 Varsity Swimming
Team 33 In-terclass Athletics, J. J. J. 35
Latin Club 2, 3, 4.
"I'Vl1o's your 1zatter?"--London Street
WILMA R. JORDAN
Revue Artistique 25 J. J. J. 33 Home Eco-
nomics Club 3, 43 Cafeteria Officer 4.
"That all-softening, 0'erp0'we1'i1fzg knell,
The tocsi-n of the soul--the dinner
JOSEPH HARALD JORGENSEN
President Rifle Club 2, 3, Vice-Pre-sident
Senior Class 43 Interclass Soccer, Base-
ball, Basketball -and Track 2, 3, 4, Boys'
Leader fClub 43 Hi-Y 'Club 4, J. J. J.
"W'11a,t do the doves says? Curruck-
You Iofve me and I low you."
Decoration Committee St. Patrick's Day
Dance, Hi-Y Club 45 Art Club 2.
"'His Tmmners were gentle, complying
SOPHIA ANN KAUFMAN
Latin Club 2 3 Glee Club 35 German 'Club
3, 4g Junior Prom Committee 3 3 Inter-
class Athletics 2, 3, 43 Numelfals and
-Minor F3 J. J. J. 3, 4.
"Eyes too expressive to be blue,
Too lovely to be gray."
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DOROTHY LILLIAN KELLER
Masquers 43 'Girls' Leader Club 43 Latin
Club 2, 33 D. S. A. Pledgeg Class 'Officer
2, 3, 43 Major F.
"O noble soul! fzolzich ueitlzer gold nor
Nor scorn can bendf'
NAoM1 RUTH KELLMAN
Class and Year Hockey Teams 2, 33, 43
Class -Basketball and Volley Ball Teams
3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Class Officer 33
Are not co11vz,po-nions-tlzey a-re .voli-
lflfe lose ourselves in them :md all our
CAROLYN M. KEMPER
Class Hockey, Basketball and Volley Ball
Teams 2, 3, 43 Masquers 43 Revue Ar-
tistique 23 Track Meets 2, 33 Numerals
-and Minor F.
"Yet do I fear thy vzatureg
It is too full of the '71'H.II? of hu-man
. CYRIL CECIL KESSLER
Class Athletics 2, 3, 43 Varsity Soccer
Teams 4g Class Officer 33 Latin Club 43
J. J. J. 3, 43 Boys' A. A. 3. -
"As yet a child I lisped in 11f'll11ZfbE?7'.S'.U
RUTH S. KIEHNE
Class Ollicer 2, 3, 43 Art Club 2, 33
French Club 3, President 4g Assemblies3
"In fra.m1'ng an artist, a-rt'l1dtlz. thus
To make some good, but others to
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Home Economics Club 23 Art Club 2,
Latin 'Club 35 J. J. J. 3.
"Though gentle, yet not dull."
JEAN DOROTHEA KNEIP
Class and Year Teams, Volley Ball,
Hockey, Basketball 2, 3, 4g Varsity
Hockey 3, 43 Major Fg. Girls' Leader
Q Clubg J. J. J. 3, 4.
"Clad made all pleasurers innocent."
H DOUGLAS ROSCOE KNOX
Latin Club 2, 3, Stamp Club 25 Glee Club
25 Class Athletics 2, 3, 4, 'Class Oflicer
35 Senior Class Play 4.
"Lord, tl1ey'd hafve tasuglzt me Latin in
GEORGE J. KREIS
"A wit with d-zmces, and a dzmce with
wits."2 ' -
HERBERT FRANKLIN KRIEL
Class Oiicer '25 "B"'Squad Football 3,
43 Interclass Baseball, Basketball and
Track Teamsg Md. Scholastic Champion,
880 yard Relay, 1926.
"H e has those brilliant eyes that dream,
Beware, girls! Beware I
He has a- Soul that fairly beams,
Take care, World ! Take care!"
"I .VA r
tell ae-welll X D
Latin Club 23 Masquers 45 "F" C1ub3
Girls' Leader Club5 Varsity Hockey 3,
45 Interclass Athletics.
'UT-is beauty truly blast, qwhose real
Naturo's own sweet, cummig hand
DOROTHY KYLE A
Commencement Chorusg Interclass Ah-
"Good things come in small packages."
A LA MAR
Latin Club 23 Interclass Athletics 2, 3,
43 Numeralsg Minor F3 Year Hockey
Team 3, 43 Masquers 4.
"A happy heart ifmmeth mevvily all
. HENRIETTA LAND
Interclass Athletics3 Numerals and Minor
F3 School Typewriting Champion 3, 43
"Great souls by iiisti-not to each other
Demand' alliance and in friendship
CHARLOTTE ALICE LANPHER
"Cherry Blossom"3 J. J. J. 35 Home Eco-
nomics Club 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Glee
Club 25 Interclass Athletics.
"Around the track she lightly trod
With 1ze'er a single halt,
Oblivious to c-rude earth's joys,-
Cha-rlotte and Billy Gaultf'
V 'fffff Q
MII fs lmaslll
CHARLES EDWARD LEACH
Class Oilicer 2, 3, 45 Football "B" Squad
4g Interclass Athletics, Indoor Baseball,
Basketball and Trackg Track Squad 2.
HLt1ll1TC?Sl Dear Ladies! Please leave
ROBERT LYLE LEAVERTON
J. J. J. 2, 33 Track Team 25 Wrestling
Team 33 Charter -Member Stamp Club,
"A Toast! A Toast! Ind-ividuality is
CARROLL- C. LEAVEY
Boys' Leader Club 4g Boys F Club 3, 49
Interclass Basketball and Baseball 3, 4.
'fHe walks the way of friendly hearts."
VICTOR D. LE BOW
Class Oiiicer 3, 45 Varsity Swimming
Team .35 Varsity Basketball 3, 4 3 Varsity
Tennis 2, 3, 43 J. J. J. 33 Member State
Championship Tennis Team 35 F Club
2, 3, 43 Boys' Leader Club 4.
"I may not be perfect, bu-t I swear I
have a sweet smile."
Varsity Track, C1ass.Basketballg Indoor
Baseball 25 Varsity -Basketball Squad 3,
J. J. J. 3 g Senior High Interclass- Track
Championship 3g Varsity Football 45
F Club 4.
"Pm not only witty in myself, but the
cause that is wit in other men."
DOROTHY LOUISE LEONARD
Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 43 "Robin H00d',:
Latin Club 23 Home Economics Club 43
Masquers 43 Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 4.
"S 0 sweet the blush of balvhfuluess
E'en pity scarce can wish it less."
EVA LEAH LEVIN
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Varsity Ath-
letics 2, 3, 43 Senator 23 Girls' F Clubg
Vice-President Girls' A. A. 33 Vice-Presi-
dent -Girls' Leader Club 43 Masquers 43
"Forester" Staff 4.
"Ma'tlze'matics 'ma-fees men subtle."
MARIAN RUTH LEVIN'
Intel-class Athleticsg Commencement
"Sweet is the pleasure itself cannot
Is not true leiszwe won with true
LIBBIE WINIFRED LEVIN
Glee Club ag Art Club 2.
"Ne'er blushed unless in spreading
She blmulered in some zfirtue uu-
THERESE DE LA TOUR
Masquers 3, 43 J. J. J. 33 Glee Club 33
German Club 3, 4.
"A noble type of good
H eroic 'wo4ma'nhood."
"F" Clubg Boys' Leader Club 43 Varsity
Basketball 4g Baseball 3, 4g J. J. J. 2,
f'Drink! F or yon know not 'whence you
come, nor why!
Drink! For you know not 'why you
go, nor 'wlzeref'
WILLIAM HERBERT LONG, JR.
Interclass Athleticsg German Club 3, 4.
"If's Herbie tlzfis, and H erbie that, an'
'CIl'llCk him out, the brute!
But ifs the sawoufr of '-is country,
when the guns begin to toot."
FRANCIS KENNETH LONG
Class Oiiicer 2, 35 Baseball, Basketball
25 Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Base-
ball 3, 4g -Boys' F -Clubg Boys' Leader
"'Hail! H nsza., HwiIlA Spartan!"
MILDRED GRACE LUCE
Orchestra 23 J. J. J. 25 Glee Club 2, 3,
4g Junior Prom Committee 35 Art Club
"I donft object to stoutncss-in mod-
Varsity Track 2, 33 Interclass Indoor
Baseballg Soccer 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 23
Aero Club 4.
"M y tongue within my lips I reing
For who talks much must talk' in
wll eewi lbw
Commencement Chorus, Interclass Ath-
"No 11411111 is a. hypocrite in his pleas-
EDITH ELLSBETH MAYNARD
"Robin Hood", "Cherry Blossomug Inter-
class Athletics 2, 3, 43 Numerals -and
Minor F3 Secretary Home Economics
Club 45 Class Ofiicer 45 J. J. J. 3.
"l'Vl1e1w'ver a. child says, 'I don"t bc-
lieve in fll1TI'lTL?S," there's a little
fairy somewhere that falls right
JESSE EUGENE MCGEE
Rifle Team: Boys' Leader Club 45 Hi-Y
Club 43 J. J. J. 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Com-
mittee, Assemblies, Interclass Athletics
2, 3, 43 Class Officer 2, 3, 4.
"O wad some power the giftie gic us
To see ourselves as others see us."
JANE DAVIS McMAs'1'ER
J. J. J. 33 Ring Committeeg Vice-Presi-
dent Home Economics Club 4.
"Holy, fair, and 'wise is she."
Christmas Play 2: Orchestra 2, 33 Presi-
dent of Year 3, 45 Manager Basketball
Team 45 J. J. J. 3, 4g Assemblies, 'Boys'
Leader Club 4g German Club 3, 43 D.
S. A. Pledge.
"Be not afraid of grcatn-ess,' some are
born great, some aclliofve greatness
cmd some ha-'ve greatness thrust
LL'-4-Hxf' -fe -e
W W if if
Latin Club 2 3 Glee Club 33 German Club
3, 43 German Play.
"Why don't the men propose, mamma?
Why don"t the men propose?"
LILLIAN S. MILLER
"The stoutest ladies love me tallest
Latin- Club 2, 43 Art Club 33 Masquers
3, 43 Manager Girls' Basketball Team 43
KIMJIIUWI is thy learning? Ha-th thy toil
Oier books consumed fizc midnight
' REUBEN .MILLER
Latin Clubg-Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43
Christmas Play 23 J. J. J. 33 Class 0Hi-
"I like zcforkj if fasciuantes me.-The
idea, of getting rid of it nearly
breaks my Izmir!"--KO ycslj
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 Varsity Ath-
letics 3, 43 'Boysjf Ibeager Club 43 F Clubg
. . . 3.
"'Whoopoo! Can he play baseball-
5. X mea as-f-3
I l lmwlswllwllh
CHARLOTTE S. M1Rv1s
Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Art Club 23 Intel-class
Volley Ball, 'Basketball and Hockey 2, 3.
"Do4n't argueg you know I mn right."
AGNES LILLIAN MONAHAN
Class Athleticsg Commencement Chorus.
"The cooing stops with the honeymoon,
but the billing goes on fore'zfer."
MARY VIRGINIA MONMONIER
Latin Club 25 Art Club 23 Class Oilicer
3, 43 Assembliesg Tennis Tournament 3 5
J. J. J. 3.
""lVo-nzcn will love her that she is a
More 'worth them- any man. .Men, that
The rarest of all 'ZU07ll!?'7l.'u
ROBERT ELBRIDGE MOON, JR.
Latin Club 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Class Of-
ficer 2, 3, 4.
"One inch of joy surfmounts of grief cr
Because to laugh is proper to the
WILSON H. MURRAY
Class Officer 2, 3 3 Varsity Track Te-am 2,
3, 49 Varsity Basketball 4g Interclass
Athletics 2, 3, 45 La-tin Club 33 J. J. J. 3.
" Where ign.ora.m'e is bliss,
'Tis folly to be wise."
X. mee ...ig-'XE
SHIRLEY EATON NEALE
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 Class Officer
2, 33 Numerals and Minor F3 German
Club 3, 43 J. J. J. 2, 33 Assemblies.
"A happy heart 11.-taketh a. blooming
DOROTHY G. NEWMAN
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Revue Artistique 23
Art Club 23 Interclass- Athletics 2, 3, 43
Major F3 Class Oflicer 23 J. J. J. 2, 3, 4.
"Mit-se' of the many twinkling feet,
A whose- charms
Are now extended up from legs and
FRANK N. NICHOLS, JR.
Secretary Boys' A. A. 43 Year Officer 3,
43 Manager Baseball Team 33 Varsity
Football 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 2,
3, 43 F Club 43 Hi-Y Club 43 -Boys' Lead-
er Club 43 Bookkeeper Student Activity
Bank 4. W
"Love is like the measles,-we all have
to go through it."
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Boys'
Leader -Club 43 "Robin Hood"3 Ch-i'ist-
mas Play 4.
"I love my friends well, but myself
Glee Club 2, 33 Class Officerg "Cherry
Blossom"3 Numerals and Minor F3 An-
"Behold the child by nature's kindly
Pleased with a rattle, tickled with a
4' xg ll -K-ua
Mll isses liillhlur
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4 5 Numerals
and Minor F5 German Club 3, 45 J. J. J.
35 Masquers 3, 4.
"'How like af Cameco her face, her pro-
file zcfortlz Fa'me's Hall!
The lady of the So-mrcis? No! Vir-
ELAINE C. NORRIS
Latin Club 25 Glee Club 25 J. J. J. 35
Class Officer 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3,
45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Numerals
and Minor F.
"Tlwn- it occurs to me as now
That A all that casts can-L say 1s
Interclass Athletics 45 Commencement
"The cautious seldom err." '
HELEN ELIZABETH PARKER
Latin Club 1, 25 German Club 3, 45
Christmas Play 25 Basketball 3, 4.
"The fairest garden in her looks,
Ami in her mind the 'wisest books."
Art Club 1, 25 'Glee Club 45 St. Patrick's
Dance Committeeg Commence-
"Let the girl who does not wish to be
idle, fall in love." '
1 mf" l
-'if ,'- -- . 'SfTA-"
E. ZELDA PAYMER
Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Secretary
Oratorical Society 43 Masquers 23 Num-
erals and Minor F.
"'Words learned by rote a ,barrot may
Butdalking is not always to con-
K Commencement Chorus.
"That caressing and exquisite grace-
Ever present-which just a few
women. possess." .
CHARLES HENRY PEPPLER
St. Patrick's Dance Committee 45 Com-
I I n German Classj-"Wl1a.t signifies
me here if me no understand?"
MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
J. J. J. 2, 3, 43 Revue Artistique 2, Swim-
ming 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3,
45 In-terclass Athletics 2, 3, 4.
"Mary loves as serpent,
Illary loves a snake-
Auy crawling reptile
She cha-rms for Zo7Je's sweet sake."
Varsi-ty Hockey, Basketball and Volley
B-all 2, 3, 4, President-Girls' A. A. 4g Ma-
jor Fg D. S. Pledge, Feature Editor The
Press 4, "Forester" Staff 1 Girls' Leader
Club, Poetry Club.
"The thorn in the cushion of the edi-
sf- -,- W frfif' '
" . i t lmasshsi
2 l - ' 1 Q2-Q-M A
KATHRYN JANE POLLAK
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 33 Class
Officer 43 Interclass Athletics.2, 3, 4g
Varsity Athletics 3, 43 Masquers 43 Minor
F3 Tennis Tournament 2, 3, 4.
The 'wind relaqrririg in-to needful sport,
Should turn to 'writers of an ablor
W'lzose wit well mai-zaged, and 'whole
Give truth a lustre a-nd make 'zcfisdom
Interclaiss Athletics 3, 43 Hockey Year
Team 3, 43 Tennis Tournament 2, 3, 43
Class Oificer 2, 3, 43 Major F3 Track
I 2, 3.
"I f 'wits were wisdom-Ye gods! a
female Solomovrz !"
CHARLOTTE ALICE RAUCH
Class Officer 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 3, Treas-
urer 43 Art Club 23 Masquers 43 Cafe-
teria Officerg Manager of Swimming
"To God, thy country and thy friend
MATTHIAS F. REESE, JR.
Varsity Athletics 2, 3, 43 Class Officer 33
Christmas Play 43 J. J. J. 2, 33 Craftsman
Club 43 President Aero Club 43 Junior
Prom Committee 33 Glee Club 3, 4.
"M y only books were 'woizzerfs looks."
"In every rank, great or small,
'Tis industry that .vupports us all."
LUCY ANNA RICHARDSON
Inierclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Glee Club
2, 3, 45 Art Club 23 German Club 3, 4.
HL-zfe is a jest, and all things sho'w itg
I thought so once and now I ki-tow it."
LQUIS WILLIAM RITTER
Hi-Y Club 3, 43G1ee Club 25 J. J. J. 35
Junior Prom 3.
"His heart is as free from fraud
As hewven is from murder."
Class Officer 23 J. J. J. 3.
MORTON EUGENE ROME
Class officer 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 2, 3, 4g
Ant Club 2g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45
Varsity Athletics 2.
"Did nothing in f7Cl7'fiC'l'tI!l-1'LG71d did it
, 'very wellf' -'
Class Officer 35 Interclass Athle-tics 2, 39
Latin Club 23 J. J. J. 33 Cafe Oiiicer 4.
"This zcflzining, 'za'ay'zvard boy,
This giant dwarf,- Joe Cupid."
ELSIE E. ROSENFELD
Art Club 2gG1ee Club 25 J. J. J.'23 In-
terclass Athletics 2, 3,'4.
"Sweet as the primrose flzat peeps be-
' ' Neath the fll0l'71-.U
SYLVAN L. ROSENTHAL
Varsity Track and Soccer 2, 3, 43 Inter-
class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Boys' F Clubg
Boys' Leader Club 4, "Forester" Staffg
"In arguing, too, this person o'wn'd
For e'en though vanquislzed, he could
Publicity Manager J. J. J. 3g "Forester"
Staff, Senior Christmas Play 4g Inter-
class Athletics 2, 3, 43 Track Team 2,
"'AIz, take the rash and let the credit go,
Nor heed the rumbling of a- distant
WILLIAM A. BUTTER
Interclass Athletic Champion, Basketball
4, Commencement Chorus.
"He bl-nslzes-all is well."
ROBERT LEHMAN SADLER
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Ride Club 2, 35 Assem-
blies 2, 3, 4g J. J. J. 2, 33 Operettas 23
Revue Artistique 2: Interclass .Athletics
2, 3, Perfect Attendance 5 Years.
"Some folks are wise, and some are
m WYE? 'ff
Q rw Afttlggtal
Interclass Athletics 2,' 3, 45 Varsity
Hockey 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 J. J. J.
"'.S'l1e was thi1zk-ing of a hunter
Young, and tall and 'very handsome."
ELSIE B. SANDLER
Home Economics Club 35 J. J. J. 35 Home
Economics Club 4.
"Beware of her dark hair, for she- er-
All women in the Tllfl-g"lfC of her locksf
Glee Club 2, 35 Art Club 25 Class Offl-
cer 3, 45 Interclass Volley and Basket-
ball 3, 4.
"Rest is not quitting the busy career,
Rest -is the fitting of oneself to its
Class Officer 2, 45 Art Club 2.
"LVhate'er she did, was done with so
In her alone, 'twas material to
MARGARET DAISY SCHMIDT
Laltin Club 2, .3, 45 Art Club 25 Inter-
class Volley Ball and Basketball 2, 3.
"Silence tis a friend that will never
g w '- . g.- Fgflef-QM
Girls' Leader Club 45 Girls' F Club, Var-
sity Basketball, Hockey and Volley Ball
2, 3, 45 Class Officer 2, 3, 43 German Club
3, Vice-President 45 Christmas Play 4.
"But 'wouId'st thou see the secret chain
PVhich binds us in your h'u.m.bIe train.,
To hail you queen of all creation,
Knozwz, in a word, 'tis Atnimatz'0n."
Latin Club 23 German Club 4.
I ca.u't sing. As a singist I am not a
success, I atm saddest when I sing.
50 are those who lzcar mr. They
arc even saddcr than I am."
JACK SEGALL .
Interclass Atchletics 2, 3, 4, J. J. J. 2, 35
Latin Club 23 Secretary Stamp Club 3.
"'I had 'a- little po1zy.'i--Motlmr Goosv.
A Commencement Chorus.
"Her highest !111lI7l'f1i0lI-fl'Ul2 feet, one
MIRIAM R. SEIDMAN
Glee Club 2, 3, Secretary 45 Masquers
"Give me some music, -music -moody
Of us that trade in I0'Z,'l7'.ii'
HAWLEY HOWARD SEILER
Art Club 2, 3, President 4g Hi-Y Club 3,
4 3 Revue Artistique 2 5 Orchestra 2g Press
Staif 2, 3, 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43
Masquers 45 Christmas Play 45 Assem-
"'Tis the good reader that makes the
A good book."
Latin Club 2, Glee Club 2, 4, J. J. J. sg
President Home Economics Club 4, Inter-
class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Perfect Attend-
ance 2, 3, 4.
'Notlzing lovclicr can be found
In woman, than to study iwuselzold
J. NEWTON SEITZ, JR.
J. J. J. 3, 43 Operetta 43 Varsity Soccer
3, 45 Major Letter, Assemblies, Latin
Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4.
"I .had rather be a kitten and cry
Than one of these .mme met-re ballad-
' DONALD SHAFFER
Track Team 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y Club 3, 4.
".S'pero hoc bonz-nn factnrmn arse."
"Cherry Blossomug 'Glee Club 2, 3, Ger-
man Club 3, .4.
"WitI1 eyes that looked into the very
'Bright-and as black and burning as
.1 A 1, '-L'-QC" xl K-L f i -gf."
A' - 'N 929'
, TANI SHAPIRO
Glee Club 2, 3, 4g.Masquers 3, 43 "Cherry
Blossom", "Robin Hood"g J. J. J. 33 Art
"Thy wit is as quich as thengrey-
houmfs mouthg tt catches.
JOSEPH S. SHAVRICK
Pre-ss Staff 3, 43 Press Club 3.
"H e thought as a sage, though he felt
as a mah."
EVELYN V ELIZABETH SHEATS
Latin Club 2g Class Officer 2, 3, 43 In-
terclass Athletics 3, 4g Tennis Tourna-
ment 35 J. J. J. 3g Junior Prom Commit-
teeg Ring Committeeg Assembliesg Girls'
Leader Club 4.
"S he has two eyes that sparkling shine
She has those rad-icmt locks div-ine
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Interclass Basketball,
Indoor Soccer 2, 3, 4.
1'Thy modesty's a eandle to thy merit."
GEORGE E. SHRIMPTON, JR.
Interclass Athletics 3 Commencement
"So many worlds-so much to doll'
my , . - mfs.,
N 19335-Eligf-M-ELL ' p
KATHRYN ESTELLE SHUGARS
Art Club 2, Basketball and Volley Ball
2g'Termis Tournament 33 Hockey 3.
"Good 7411111171611 and soft words have
brought -many a. diferent thing to
JOHN ALFRED SIEMON
Interclass Athletics 2, 39 J. J. J. 33 Sec-
retary of Orchestra '4g -Chairman of Sen-
ior Prom Committee, D. S. Pledge.
"Ono small jarcle can lift a. mr,
But it takes a lot of jack to keep it
RUTH IRENE SMALL
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Ant Club 25 Interclass
Athletics 2, 3, 45 German Club 4.
" 'Tis something to bo 'willing to com-
mend ,' '
But my best praise is, that I am your
Latin Club 2, 3, 4g Tennis Tournament
2, 3, 45 Intercluss Basketball 2, 3, 4.
"Frailty, thy mzme is woman."
ROBERT C. sMoo'1', JR.
Hi-Y Club 2, 35 Interclass A-thletics 2, 3 3
Varsity Athletics 2, 3, Masquers- 43 "For-
ester" Staff 45 Press Staff 4g Christmas
Play 4, Assemblies.
"'Begoue Eve. I scorn thee and thy
JOHN STEWART SNYDER
Varsity Athletics 2, 3, 43 Interclass .Ath-
letics 3, 43 Class Officer 23 Camera Club
23 J. J. J. 3, 43 Vice-President Masquers
43 Vice-President of Year 43 Assemblies3
Editor-in-Chief of1"5'orester" 43 Leader
"'That best portion of cz good m.an's life
His little, mzmeless, unremembered
Of kindness and of love."
German Club 3, 43 Manager of- Tennis
Team 43 In-terclass Basketball and Soc-
"Play up, play up and play the ga.me."'
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Assemblies.
"H e loves his sweet brown gal."
ETHEL IDA SOULE
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Masquers 33 Officer
43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Major F3 Leader
Club 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43
Swimming Team 3, 43 Class Officer 2, 3,
43 Revue Artistigue 2.
"Life is less thcm nothing without
Stamp Club 2, 3, President 43 Numeralsg
J. J. J. 33 Glee Club 43 'iCherry Blos-
som" and "Robin Hood"3 Latin Club.
""He droweth out the thread of his ver-
bosity fewer than the staple of his
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis Tournament 2,
35 Masquers 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4.
" "Tis the voice of a sluggardg I hear
Y oufve 'walked me too soon, I must
Glee Club 3, 45 Masquers 3, 45 Basket-
ball 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 3, 45 Secretary
of "Forester" Staff.
"To laugh were want of goodness and
of grace, .
And to be grave, exceeds all pow'r of
AN TOIN ETTE ELIZABETH
Latin Club 25 Interclass- Athletics 2, 35
Class Officer 45 Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-
Presidentg Masquers 45 Senior Christmas
"W e poets are in every age and nation
A most absurd, wrong-headed gener-
MARIE B. STRAUS
La-tin Club 25 Varsity Swimming Team
2, 3, 45 Major F5 Girls' Leader Club 45
Interclass Basketball and Hockey 2, 3, 4.
"Cupid Lv a knavish lad
Thus to make poor females mad."
SARAH EDITH STROMBERG
Glee 'Club 2, 3, 45 Hockey 25 Volley Ball
2, 35 Latin Club Zgfress Staff 25 J. J.
"Defiant yet cheerful, active yet re-
MARY SUSAN STROW
President Masquers 4, Interclass Ath-
letics 2, 3, 43 Numerals and Minor F3
Girls' Leader Club 45 "Forester" Staffg
Glee Club 2, 35 "Robin Hood".
And still they gazed, and slill the
That one small head co-1-1-ld carry all
NATHAN H. SUMMERFIELD
German Club 3, 4. .
"Welcome, Sweet .S'pringlim.e-Tra Ia
"W'hen the angels wld the devils got
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Interclass Soccer, Bas-
ketball and Baseball 2, 3, 43 Varsity Soc-
cer 3, 4g Major F5 Class Officer 43 Cafe-
"Youth, youth, how bouyant are thy
Lacrosse 23 Football-3, 45 Hi-Y Club, F
Club, Boys' Leader Club 45 J. J. J. 25
3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 June
Week Committee, Assemblies.
"Lowe and naughtiness are always in
if O m HH
ANNA ELIZABETH TAYLOR.
Interclass Athletics 2, 35 Tennis Tourna-
ment 3g Art Club 25 Latin Club 2, 3, 4.
"A womailfs lzair is llong, but her
to-ngue -is longer."
J. EDWIN THOMPSON
Track Team 2, 3, 43 J. J. J. 3, 43 "F"
Clubg Hi-Y Clubg Boys' Leader Club 45
Cheerleader 4g Class Officer 49 Interclass
Soccer, Basketball ang Indoor Baseball
2, 3. .
"llfIid-niglzt shout and revelry
Tipsy dance and joll'ity."
l DOROTHY TIOKNER
J. J. J. 3, German Club 2, 33 Glee Club
2, 35 "Robin Hood".
"A smile tha-t gloufd
Celestial rosy red, L0z'e's proper
Varsity Athletics 2, 3, 4 3 Class Athletics
2, 3, 43 J. J. J. 35 Class Officer 43 "F"
Clubg Boys' Leader Club 43 German
"I sh-all be a gewn'lJm'n myself, .vom-e
OLIVER S. TRONE, JR.
Hi-Y Club 43 Interclass Athletics 4.
"S I zmzlzer is mow' 5'ZU6l6'If than tall."
X womb .5--as
WILLIAM RANDOLPH TUCKER
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Varsity Tennis 2, 3,
43 Interclass Soccer, Indoor and Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4.
N.llfIl11'l is his own sta-r,' and that soul
Be honest is the only perfect man."'
JOHN H. TWELBECK
Interclass Athleticsg Commencement -
"A ha-ndful of commolz sense is 'worth
a buslzel of learm-1zg." '
SYLVIA BELLE ULMAN
Latin Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 4.
"Little bod-ies have great souls."
FREDERICK VAN DEN BERG
Class Ofiicer 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 3, 4, Hi-
Y Club 3, 43 Boys' Leader Club 49 Inter-
class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom, As-
semblies, J. J. J. 3, 4.
"Under standard cowzditions, tempcm-
ture is directly f77'0P0I'f'l0Ml'l0l to
LOUIS VON LOSSBERG
Hi-Y Club 3, 43 Class Officer 23 "B"
Squad Football, J. J. J. 3.
"I speak, and the world listens, I sing,
and the angels throw away their
X ' ' sf.: F
Latin 25 Art 2, 3, 45 Interclass Hockey,
Basketball and Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Num-
erals and Minor F3 J. J. J. 33 Revue
Hsftl-l'kL1'1lg eyes with a wondrous be-
wztchmg smile." '
VIVIAN SIMS WAGNER
Class Officer 2, .43 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Latin
Club 25 Revue Artistique 23 Interclass
Basketball and Volley Ball 2, 3 5 Track
23 Numerals and Minor F3 J. J. J. 4.
"For there's sure a. charm about you."
MARY ELIZABETH WALKER
Basketball 45 Masquers 43 Art Club 4.
"Kindness is wisdom."
MARY CATHERINE WALKER
Hockey 2, 3, 4 5 Interclass- Basketball 3, 4.
"Conscience is harder than om' en-
ARTHUR THOMAS WARD, JR.
Editor-in-Chief "The Forest Park Press"
45 Assistant Editor 35 Art Editor 27 D.
S. Pledgeg President Press Club 33 Boys'
Leader Club 4 3 Senior Christmas Play 45
Orchestra 2, 3.
"Ma.1zy a. flower is bo-rn to blush un-
And waste its sweetness on the des-
ert air." '
RUTH F. WEINER
Interclass Hockey, Basketball and Volley
Ball 2, 3, 49 Varsity-Hockey 3, 4g Latin
Club 43 Girls' Leader Clubg Major F5
Track 2, Senior High Point Scorer.
"My mind to me a kingdom is."
SARA FRANCES WELSH
"Silence is become her mother
"The glass of fashion and the mould
The obserzfd of all obsc1'7Jers."
ANNA B. WHEELER
Latin Club 23 Glee Club 3, 4j German
Club 4g J. J. J. 35 Class Oflieer 2.
"'Tis noble to be good and kind and
H. MORRIS WHITEHURST
Radio Club 2, 3 g Swimming Team 2.
" 'Tis a wise n-mn who hides his own
wil I' W
REGINALD S. WILDERSON
Commencement Chorusg Interclass Soc-
"O, Young Loclzn-wafr is come out of
the W est!" - ' '
German Club 3, 4g Latin Club 45 Mas-
quers 25 Art 23 Assemblies.
"I mn called little Butte-rc-up,
Dear little Buttercup-
Though I never could tell zvlzyf'
Latin Club 2, 3, 4g Art Club 25 Revue
Artistique 2g Glee Club 43 Interclass Ath-
letics 2, 'Orchestra Oflicer 2.
"A little nonsense, now and then
I s relished by the wisest nz-en."
NELSON STANLEY WINTER
Art Club 2, Treasurerg Class Chicer 2, 33
Track Team 25 J. J. J. 33 Boys' Leader
Club 4 3 Senior Christmas Play.
"O mischief, thou art swift
To enter in the thoughts of desperate
NORRIS B. WOODALL
"F" Club 2, 3, 43 Leader Club 43 Hi-Y
Club 43 Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4g Varsity
Baseball 3, 43 Riilei Club 3, 4, Vice-Pre-si-
"In the lexicon of you-th, which Fate
reserves for bright manhood, there
is no such word as fazlf'
N I 92 9'f
I IW F
JANET MARKES WOODEN
Latin Club 25 Art Club 25 Varsity Volley
Ball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 45 In-
terclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 "F" Club 45
Girls' Leader Club5 J. J. J. 4.
"Jack of all fra.dcs, good at them all
From mak-ivzg fudge to playing ball.
RICHARD W. WORTHINGTON
Class Ofllcer 2, 35 Interclass Basketballg
Lacrosse 35 Swimming Team.
"'Hc loves nature, and mxrt to na-ture
HOWARD HUBBARD WRIGHT
Glee Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Soccer,
Basketball and Baseball 2, 3, 45 J. J. J.
2, 3, 4.
"Look, 11013 'winding up the watch of
Soon it will strike."
In-terclass Hockey and Basketball 3, 45
J. J. J. 35 Dramatic Club 45 German
. Club 4.
"Popularity is 'worth a king's 7'0'7lJ0l'll.'U
Latin Club 2, 35 German Club 3, 45 In-
terclass Basketball and Hockey 2, 3, 45
J. J. J. 35 Revue Artistique 2.
"Patience is Us flower that grows not in
l' .Q l A' A 75+-..,
B it G'TiEgf'1Q2lEF-N
W STATISTICS OF CLASS OF 29
Best looking girl ..................................................... ..................... .... ........ J a 1 16 McMaster
Best looking boy ...........
Best dressed girl ..........
Best dressed boy ...........
Most popular girl .........
Most popular boy .........
Best student Qgirlj ......
Best student Qboyj .........
Best dancer fgirlj .......
Best dancer fboyj ........
Sll1'l'1,1'H'CSl girl ..............
Slinnnest boy ..........
Fattest girl ..........
Fattest boy .......
Tallest girl .......
Tallest boy ......
Cutest girl ........
Cutest boy .......
I-Vittiest girl ..........................
llfittiest boy .........................
Sweetest disposition Qgirlj
Sweetest disposition Cboyj .......
Most industrious girl ...... A ........
lllost industrious boy ..........
Most punctual girl ............
Most punctual boy .......
M ost studious girl ........
Most studions boy ........
Best athlete fgirlj ........
Best athlete Qboyj ........
Best artist C girl j ..........
Best artist Qboyj ..........
Best 'vocalist f girl J ..........
Best vocal-ist fboyj .........
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S UB-SENIOR CLASS HIS T OR Y
HE SUB-SENIOR class was lirst organized, but it was not until last Sep-
tember that we had the good fortune to get Miss Butler for our Aadviser.
We helped the present Juniors put over the best jolly Junior jubilee that the
school has ever had. NVe also helped with and attended the Senior St. Pat-
rick's Day dance, which everyone thought was a great success. The class is
also well represented in athletics, having seven men on the football squad and
at least one man in every other sport. This is a very good representation for
a class of approximately seventy members. A V
VVe are not only well represented in athletics, but in scholastic showing
also. We had several members in the last scholarship list. However, in' the
coming year, we hope to do even more and graduate with flying colors in
February. y "
D JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
HE RECENT Sub-junior class, now organized as full fledged Juniorsj will
have the honor of being the first class to complete in full every grade at For-
est Park. Our class has fulfilled excellently the prophesies made in the be-
ginning of the term. This has been made possible because our class has suc-
cessfullyovercome many difficulties which presented themselves to us from
the time Forest Park opened in 1924 until now. Ourpast successes, such as
the Ninth Grade Tea Dance, Sophomore Boat-ride, and our Christmas play,
added to making this year's enterprises? more successful than any. .
At the present time we find the most outstanding accomplishment of this
class was the Jubilee. It was the best we ever had,-i1:,greally was. The idea
of having a pantomime and a revuette was entirely different and very novel.
The pantomime, which was "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves?', was most clev-
erly presented. Many members of the Junior Class who participated in the
Musical Revuette showed that their ability was excellent. The boys, as well
as the girls, excelled in various parts of the jubileet This was proven by a
circus in the boys' gym. Dancers, singers, tumblers, black-faced comedians,
made up the program for the circus. Then, but a few steps into the Girls'
Gym revealed to one's eye many novelty booths of all descriptions. Our suc-
cessful Jubilee was followed by an equally successful Arbor Day Exercise.
The Junior class, which assembled on the campus, viewed the planting of
trees by members of their class. Then the step singing, which resounded
with the fine spirit of every member of the class, was followed by a most suc-
cessful Tea Dance in the Boys' Gym. g Q t
Aside from the social activities of our class, our part in athletics is worth
mentioning, As an example of this, we can cite jack Boyle, our class presi-
dent, who has distinguished himself on the varsity football team. Bill Pin-
clell has won the captaincy of the soccer team for next year. Then we have
several tennis-champions, track stars, hockey and basketball stars. There
are niany other athletes in the Junior class of whom we are very proud.
You now' know only a few of the outstanding facts concerning the junior
Class. We are sure, however, that they have proven the worth of the Class
of '30, You may look forward to stillbetter things next year when the Class
of "SO is in the climax of its school career. VVe hope to make the final year
as great a success as the one which we have already completed. As a matter
of facti you will find the Juniors are- rather a hard lot to convince that they
can't do anything well. '
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S UB-I UNI OR CLASS HIS TOR Y
LMOST EVERYONE thinks that February classes are out-but were we?
No, we didu't allow it! Even back in 7th grade days, our classmates swelled
greatly the attendance of the various clubs, especially the History Club and
the Art Club. VVe have always had our share of athletes both boys and girlsg
and our class teams have played and won in many of the tournaments. XVe
were the first class to have our Certification Exercises at night and have our
parents and friends present. Need I mention the Sophomore boat-ride? Our
boat-ride was the hit of the season--it was attended by everyone from sev-
enth graders to condescending Seniors-and a good time was had by all!
Those who have attended the Latin-Club from time to time know that
we are not lacking in "home talent". Hardly a Latin Club meeting goes by
but some member of our class contributes to the program in one way or an-
other. Speaking of clubs, we have a number of people in the Art Club and
the French Club-pardon, "Le Cercle Francais."
VVe have been represented, and represented well, in all of the operettas
and jubilees-"Miss Cherry Blossom", "Robin Hood". I'm sure you all re-
member Doris Marburger as "Sally", in the Jubilee justpast. Sylvan Nus-
baum, Beverly Greene and Myra Entmord were also in the Jubilee.
And what do you think? VVe were invited and went to the Tea Dance
just like regular Juniors. Really, I do not believe we can find much to kick
about,-we've had a wonderful time. VVho said February classes were left
SOPH OM ORE HISTORY a
YEAR AGO, no one ever knew what Sophomores really were until one be-
came acquainted with the Sophomore Class of 131. Although not quite as sin-
gular or lengthy as the sophisticated juniors or the almighty Seniors, we do
have a history all our own. The Sophomore class as a whole is not organ-
ized, but eachhclass has its group of oliicers. From appearance, the Class of
'31, in the coming years, will contribute to our school not only in scholarship,
but also in athletics. Possibly, the school has already recognized our "mid-
night oil" students, and our outstanding athletes, many of whom represented
the school on the varsity teams' this year. One of the affairs that was ac-
knowledged a success by the Seiiior school, was our Christmas play, "The
Wisdom Tooth", which was coached by Mr. jolly. This demonstrated the
dramatic talent of some of the Sophomores. Our accomplishments, so far, are
neither numerous nor very spectacular, but what we shall do is yet to be seen.
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O6IRT QL UB
President ........,..... .. .,..,,.,,. HAWLEY SEILER
Vice-President ................. ........., . HENRY DAVIS
Recording Secretary .......... .,.,,., H ELEN SAUSE
Corresponding Secretary ...,.. .,,,....,,,.,,,, A LICIA BANQS
Treasurer ............................ ...................... A DELE PLITT
Sergeant-at-Arms ........... .....,... S TANLEY BLUMBERG
HE FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL may well 'be proud of its largest club-
the Art Club. Although the club started with only fifteen members five years
ago, it has grown steadily, year by year, until it boasts of an enrollment of
one hundred and sixty students.
The club, which is open to every student in the school, meets monthly
and some form of artistic entertainment is offered at every meeting.
During the past year the club has entertained such prominent artists as
Mr. H. B. Dillehunt, Jr., the animal artistg Mrs. A. T. Mallick, the Persian
rug critic: Mr. Paul Roche, the well-known etcherg and Mr. Haynesworth
Baldrey, the Baltimore sculptor. The members also accepted an invitation to
visit a Marionette Show, which was given under the direction of Mrs. Moore,
at Hutzler Brothers' .department store.
Through the interest of Miss Norris, one of the Art Club advisers, the
club held a very successful reception in the new Baltimore Museum of Art,
on May 10, 1929. Miss Ula Milner, educational curator of the Museum, acted
as hostess. The Art Club had the pleasure of viewing the Jacob Epstein and
the Theodore Marburg collections of art. A
The Art Club has, without a doubt, completed another successful year of
combined artistic instruction and social enjoyment.
CRAP T SMAN CL UB
President ............... ....... C HARLES HoovER
Vice-Pres-ident ...... ...... A LLEN QUINAN
Secretary ........... .......... D ONALD STUCK
Treasurer ........ .,.,....,...... J OHN KOCKER
Advisor ........ ....... M R. A. J. QUINAN
HIS MEMBERS of the Club are making model-airplanes, lamps and useful
articles for the home. Two members of the Senior School are working on a mon-
oplzme which is 27 feet long. It is rumored that their ship will be in the air by
April 1, 1929.
The main purposes of the club are, to teach skill in the use of toolsg to develop
manliuessg and to obtain a better unclerstanding between pupils and teachers.
CTHE GERMAN CLUB
President ............ t ..,,.. ETHEL Gunnnnsnonr
Vice-Preside-nt ...... ........ L EONA SCHROEDER
Treasurer ..........., ............... H ERBERT LONG
Secretary ,,.... ................. D OROTHY Wvson
Advise-r ....,. ...... M R. O'r'ro K. SCHMIED
HE GERMAN CLUB comprises in its membership most of the students of the
second year class in German. This club 'in its meetings undertakes to stimulate
and provide for such activities as cannot be fostered in the regular class periods.
It attempts to acquaint its members more closely with the German language, litera-
ture, songs, and writers, and customs. ,
The meetings of the organization are conducted as far as possible in German.
The minutes are inscribed in German. The ,specific activities in the meetings vary.
sometimes consisting in games, sometimes in the singing of German ballads and
lyrics. At Christmas time a special celebration is held, at which time the German
Christmas customs are presented to the organization. Christmas cakes and cookies
were served to make the celebration more realistic.
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GLEE CL UB
i President ........... .,........... M ARY COCKRELL
Vice-P-resident ..... .......... A NTOINETTE STOCK
Secretoury ,,.,.... ........ C LEMENTINE ENGLAND
Treasurer ....... .................., L OUISE Bowan
Adviser ....... .......... M ISS G. P. BUTLER
HE GLEE CLUB is worthy of the highest praises. It has successfully pre-
sented two operettas, namely, "Miss Cherry Blossom" and "Robin Hood". The
club has always contributed its members to help the "Jolly junior Jubilee" to be
a success. The members have given solos, duets, quartets, etc., to 'weekly assem-
blies and have been highly approved.
The Club sang at the Maryland Casualty on March 10, 1929. The selections
were sung so well that Forest Park Glee Club is booked up to sing next year in
the same kind of concert. Due to the repairing of our school, the Glee Club
did not give another operetta, but just wait until next year! VVatch Miss Butler,
HIS TOR Y CL UB
President ........... ............. B EVERLEY L1-:GUM
Vice-President .... ........ C HARLOTTE COLEMAN
Secretary ........ .................,............ R OBERT BEACH
T'rea.su.re-r ..---- - . .'.......................... G1-:RTRUDE Krwzss
Advisers ....... ......,. M Iss LEv1NsoN, Miss KAPLAN
HE HISTORY CLUB is an organization formed by real citizens at Forest Park.
The purpose of' the 'club is to create a wider interest in the study of history in
order to help them become more intelligent and useful citizens. To accomplish
their aim, they dramatize some of the important events and learn about the history
of other nations so as to better understand our relations with other people.
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CTHE HI-Y CLUB
President ............................. ,......... W ILLIAM A. GAULT
Vice-President ....................... ............ IW ILLIAM PINDELL
Cor1'espon'ding Secretary ........ ................. W ILLIAM DE Wow
Recording Secretary ............. ....... D ONALD SCHILDWACHTER
T'Y'6l1fS'Wl'8'l' ......,..................... ,...................... O LIVER TRONE
To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high
standards of Christian character.
' lean Living
The Hi-Y Club started off the year by conducting an assembly in which
Dr. Olsen, a well-known speaker, addressed the student body. The club was rep-
resented at the Older Boys' Conference in Cumberland. As to our future work,
on May 3rd we intend holding a private dance at the home of William Reese,
one of our members. '
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Preside-nt ............. .....,........ L0 UISE SEIM
Vice-President ....... .............. J ANE MQMASTER
Secretafry ............ ......... E LSBETH MAYNARD
Treasurer ........ ......... C HARLOTTE LANPHER
HE HOME ECONOMICS CLUBAvaries its activities to meet the desires of its
members. The meetings are always interesting. Sometimes the club has an
educational meeting, with speakersg some meetings are trips and some are
purely social. The members are going to give a Mothers' Tea, at which time
they expect about one hundred guests.
The club is affiliated with the Maryland Home Economics Association
and with the National Association. Every year a group of girls attend the
spring meeting of the Maryland Association, where they meet members of
other High Schools and College -Clubs. A student club section of the Mary-
land Association has been formed, and one of the members has been elected
CTHE JUNIOR CIDRAMATIC CLUB
P-resident .,.............. ........ M ARGARET Honucurmn
V7:C6-P1'8Sid67lt ...... ....,............ G EORGE COLLINS
Secretary ............ .................. D AN MURRAY
Treasurew- ....... ....... ....... M 1 ss WRIGHT
HE JUNIOR DRAM.-xTIc CLUB has always been an important factor in the
activities of the junior High School. It has presented a number of assem-
blies, among which the yearly Christmas pageant has been the most impor-
tant. VVith the cooperation of the Art, the Music, the Home Economics, and
the Technical departments of the school, these pageants have been real school
This year the club participated for the First time in the Jolly Junior Iu-
bilee, sponsoring a pantomime, "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves".
Our meetings are interesting and entertaining, usually featuring some
clever and original form of entertainment. The membership is large, and it is
our aim to have as many members as possible participate in the projects of
the club. D I
JUNIOR GLEE CL UB
President .............. ...,...... J osl-:PHINE M. CIRRI
Secretary ...... ..,............. M ARY J . Cmnr
Treasurer ..... ............... D oius ESCHBACH
Adfviser ...... .......... M ISS HELEN BAKES
HE PURPOSE of the Junior Glee Club is to learn songs which are not taught
in our classroom work, andto study advanced music which we do not have
the opportunity to get in the music period.
Even though our membership has been small, it is gradually increasing.
Under the excellent leadership of Miss Helen Bakes, the club takes an' active
part in the assemblies. The outstanding assembly is the Carol Assembly.
The meetings are held every VVednesday from three to four o'clock.
J UNI OR LATIN CL UB
HE TWO-FOLDEPLITPOSC of the Junior section of Societas Romana is to pro-
mote a greater friendship among the Latin students and to increase their
knowledge of Roman customs and the Latin language. This is accomplished
at regular monthly meetings through Latin plays, tableaux, moving pictures,
crossword puzzles and games.
Our motto is. Scientia ct Amicit-ia, knowledge-and friendship, exemplified by
a pin which members are entitled to wear. A
p 'SOCIE TAS QPOMANA "
First Consul .........,.... ........ C ALTON BIDDIX
Second Consul ,....,,,....... ............. M ILDRED KATZ
Princeps Quaesto-rum ,.,.. .....,.. C HARLOTTE RAUCH
Praetor ........................... ........................... .................... R 0 WLAND WATTS
Aedeile .....................................,.................................................. CLARA FAULEY
Advisers-Miss EBAUGH and Miss Roi:
Motto-"Scientia et Amicitia" '
HE SENIOR LATIN 'CLUB has completed Five successful yearsg the active
membership for two years has numbered one hundred and fifty. The monthly
programs this year included four plays, "The Latin Sentence", "In Gallia",
"The Catilinian Conspiracy", and "Minerva vs. Man". At the Roman Ban-
quet, held in May, a musical program was given.
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'LE CERCLE FRANCAIS"
President .............. ............ C HARLOTTE Cnssmm.
Vice-President ..... ....... H ELEN TROY HAMBSCH
Secretary ................ ............ J Enom: SANNER
Q Dramatic Director .... ........ F RANGES GRESSITT
Faculty Advise-r ,.... ........ M R, J, F. Moonn
N THE FALL of last year, "Le Cercle Francais," whose adviser is Mr. Moore,
reorganized with about fourteen enthusiastic members. Since then -we have
invited ten new members and our membership is now twenty-four.
. The first thing we did was to subscribe to "Le Courier des Etats Unis", a
French weekly paper, which has been presented to the Library. '
From time to time during the year, we have presented three one-act plays
under the direction of Frances Gressitt. Two of the plays, "Rosalie", and
"L'Anglais tel Qu'on le Parlen, were presented at the biweekly meetings, the
other than "La Faim est un Grand Inventeurn, at an assembly on May 1.
President' ..,......... ......... S USAN STROW
Vice-President ..,.... ...,... J ACK SNYDER
Secretary ,,,....... ................. R UTH GIBSON
Treasureer .,,... .......,............. E THEL SOULE
Adviser ...... ........ M ISS ALTA THOMPSON
HE BTASQUERS are continually before the critical eyes of the student body
with a high ranking position of the clubs of Forest Park. They presented a
play entitled "A VVelsh Honeymoon", by Jeannette Marks. This won the
approval and admiration of the audience and was urged onward. At Christ-
mas time the Seniors presented "Don juan's Christmas Eve", by Harry Kemp.
The play was again a success under the direction of the Masquers and their
Adviser, Miss Thompson. -
They are not only dramatists but they have contributed something worth
while to the school. They have purchased screens to make the stage smaller
when desired. These have been used to a great extent.
The purposes and aims of the Masquers are: to teach the students to dit-
ferentiate between good and bad playsg to appreciate liner acting and to bring
better drama before the students.
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CIHE QJRESS CLUB
His SCHOOL organization, under the supervision of its experienced adviser
Miss Gertrude Boone, has set for its purpose, the' instruction of mem-bers of the
stair' along lines of newspaper and journalistic work.
Through the help of Miss Boone, the club is able to hear from time to time,
some of Baltimore's best speakers along lines of literary work. Since the club has
irregular meetings and does not follow the usual formal plan of meetings it has
no permanent officers. Those who head the club in its activities are: Arthur T.
Ward, Editor-inJChief of the Forest Park Pressg Hawley Seiler, Sports Editor
of the Pressg and Virginia Beck, a member of the Junior Class.
Although plans are not under way, it has been rumored that the Press Club
and the Literary Club may combine in the future to assist in the material or physi-
cal make up of the Forest Park Press.
CRADIO CL UB
Presakient ................ ......... S TANLEY BLUMBERG
Vice-President ........ ......,...... I .... H ENRYIJAVIS
Secretary ,,,,... g .... .......... D AVID PARLE'1"r
Adviser ...... ........ T HOMAS L. YoUNG
HE RADIO CLUB is doing some excellent work in the field of wireless teleg-
raphy. The members have completed an amplification unit which will be used in the
auditorium and gymnasiums. It is available for radio receptions, public speakers
and dance programs. They have purchased an omnigraph which is of great value
in teaching the Continental Code. .
The aim of the Club. is to help the beginner in purchases and hook upsg to
have interesting talks and to visit broadcasting stations.
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CTHE' STAMP CLUB
President ....................... ............... C Hamas STERN
Vice-President ..................... .......... . LEONARL ROSENBIIRG
Second Vice-President ....... .....,..... G ILBERT HILLMAN
Secretary .......................... ................ R IVA 'LONDON
Treasurer ...................... ........ M ELVIN SoLLoD
Adviser ...... ........... M ISS DRYDI-:N
HE STAMP CLUB can look back on the season of 1928-29 with a great amount
of satisfaction because it has been, by far, the most successful year of its history.
During the year the club has held a number of exhibits. At the Jubilee, one of the
features was a display of stamps arranged by the club for the public. The largest
exhibit of the year, however, was held with the Stamp Club of the Polytechnic
Institute. While the final score of points was in Poly's favor, Forest Park made
a fine showing and managed to carry 0E the majority of the prizes.
The Club celebrated its 150th weekly meeting on April 3, with a party, attend-
ed by a number of teachers, the Principal, Mr. Owens and VicelPrincipals Miss
White and Mr. Scott. The membership has greatly increased during this season.
The motto of the Club is: "The Stamp Club is like a postage stamp. It
sticks to its job till it gets there and always delivers the goods."
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CBOARD OF STUDENT QQEPRESEN T A TI VES
HE BOARD is composed of a representative from each advisory class.
This group is presided over by the Student President, and under his leader-
ship, it devises plans for the -betterment of school conditions. All questions
and problems arising in advisory discussions are brought- up at these meet-
ings for answers or suggestions. After every meeting, each representative
tells his advisory class what has occurred at the meeting. In this way, all
students in the school are kept in touch with what is going on.
The Board has been a part of the school ever since the school's begin-
ning, and has been the means of fine cooperation between the students and
the Faculty. Here the problems which call for the wisdom that we get by
combined study and the tasks that need the energy that we get from com-
bined eiforts, are discussed and solved. Here big things are made BIG and
little things UNIMPORTANT.
In other words, the Student Board is a Ucounciling-together" regarding
our efforts, our problems and our responsibilities concerning Forest Park
High, in which every student through his class representative may have a
part. But, aside from this, these meetings-for discussion train students to
think and give them the opportunity to know the value and pleasure of co-
operative work. I I
CBO YS ' A THLE TI C ASSOCIA T I ON
President ...... ........ C OSBY THOMAS
Secretary ............. ......... F RANK NICHOLS
T-reasurer ........,....... ......,........ J oHN KALB
Sergeant-a-t-Ao-ms .... .. ........ R ICHARD JANDORF
Advisers ,................. .......... M R. PHILIP AXMAN
MR. ANDY ANDERSON
MR. REX SIMS
HE Bovs' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, an organization conducted to support 'all
forms of athletics in the school, is composed of one representative from each
home-room class, both Senior and Junior. Its main functions are to inform
the school of all athletic contests, and to influence the attendance at games.
It supervised the selling of tickets at basketball games and tags at football
contests, and was a huge success financially. Another function of the Asso-
ciation was to hold two athletic assemblies, in which varsity- players were
given their letters, and interclass champions were given their awards. Other
important features of the Association are to hold the annual interclass basket-
ball tournament, the interclass-indoor-baseball tournament, and the interclass
track and field meet. The work of this organization for the past year has been
largely on a high-scale basis, and its great success can be attributed to its ad-
visers, Messrs. Sims, Anderson, Axman and its energetic members.
CBO YS' LEADER s OL UB
HE BOYS' LEADER CLUB is one which has been newly organized since Sep-
tember. It was organized by Mr. Scott, who is its chief adviser. The Club
has for its members students who have received their major letter in ath-
letics, and other students who are an asset to the school. The meetings are
held every Tues-day at 3:00 P. M. in room 101. The aims of the club are:
1. To help new boys and to encourage the right attitude in the
boys who are indiiferent to the best interests of the school.
2. To influence right conduct among students on and off the
3. To assist in all emergencies involving the best interests of
the school and in'extra activities. H
The slogan. of the club is: Brotherhood, Loyalty, Cooperation. The
Boys' Leader Cluib has made a wonderful start and has laid a foundation so
that in the future it will be the most respected organization of Forest Park.
CTI-IE CDIS TIN G UISHED SER VI Q4 WARD
URING the school-year 1926-27, by action of the Faculty and the Board of
Student Activities, a plan was adopted for an award which should not be an
athletic award but which would recognize the scholarship, character, loyalty,
and cooperation of the student as well as his outstanding service to the school.
This is known as the "Distinguished Service Award".' The preliminary
award, a bronze pin, may be made to not more than six percent of the Senior
Class at the beginning of the second semester. The linal award, a gold pin,
may be made to not more than three percent of the Seniors. This award is
usually given at the Senior Farewell Assembly.
Of the February Class of 1929, Ida Gettier received the gold "D.S.A."
award. At the present time, Ellsworth Armacost, Gertrude Bartell, Calton
Biddix, Margaret Bryan, William Gault, Dorothy Keller, Marshall Melvin,
Sophia Podolsky, Jack Siemon, Susan Strow and Arthur VVard, members of
the June Class oi 1929, are entitled to wear the bronze award.
The final selection, from a list of nominations submitted by the various
organizations, is made by a committee composed of the Senior Adviser, Sub-
senior Adviser, one Vice-Principal, the senators from the Senior, Sub-senior
and junior classes, and the Principal ex-officio.
GIRLS ' A THLE TIC ASSOCIA T I ON
President ............. ......... S OPHIA PODOLSKY '29
Vice-President .....,......,. ........, D OROTHY BECK '30
Secre-ta-ry-Treaswre-r ....... ........ V IRGINIA BLAKE '31
HERE IS no doubt as to the fact that this year has been a most successful
one for the Girls' Athletic Association. At the iirst "Get Togetherl' the girls
were entertained with a very interesting, illustrated talk by two members of
the "All English Hockey Teamf' The second meeting was also very attrac-
tively arranged. After the Association business had been taken up, there were
minstrels, solos and chorus dancing which provided entertainment. A one-
act comedy was presented at the third open meeting. This was a howling
A Saturday in April was devoted to the annual A. A. hike. The girls
hiked to a very lovely picnicking ground where a campfire was made. After
toasted hot-dogs and marshmallows had been enjoyed by all, the hikers started
for home agreeing that this had been a wonderful day.
f ' . .
GIRLS ' LEADER CLUB
P-resident ............. ......... D ono'rHY KELLER
Vice-President ,...... ,.,,,.,,, E VA LEAK LEVIN
Secretary ......... .......... D OROTHY Hiuzius
Treasurer ..... ........,..., M Amr Gonnmz
Advisers ....... ..... M ISS JOURNEAY
p Miss Gno'rE
T IS THE purpose of the Girls' Leader Club to lead the girls of Forest Park
High School in such a way as may benefit the school and the individual. It
shall be their endeavor to set a standard in character, behavior, and appear-
ance in work and in sport, at all times. The definite aims of the club are:
courtesy, sportsmanship, loyalty, obedience to all school rules and regulations,
personal appearance, care of personal and school property, conduct, honor, co-
operation and to be ready to be of service to the school and thereby to make
Forest Park High School a better place for having been here.
The aim of the Girls' Leader Club is to help and cooperate with all school
projects. The girls have helped much in the sale of the Senior Play tickets
of February and June. Many families at Christmas Time were benefited by
their workg the cafeteria and hall problem was helped by themg getting books
for the library during National Book VVeek was another activity. The teas
given to the sister years have been a great success. The Club also had a hike
on April 20th. This was supervised by Miss Grote.
C171-IE 'HOLL Y JUNIOR IUBILEE "
NE OF THE outstanding events of the school-year at Forest Park High School
is the annual "Jolly Junior jubilee". This is presented by each Junior class
of the school.
The Class of 1929 presented its "J, J. J." in the school on the evenings of
February 24 and 25, 1928. The features of the jubilee were: the Minstrel
Show staged in the Boys' Gym, the Big Show in theiAuditorium, and the
Bazaar in the Girls' Gym. Committees of the class were in charge of the
various activities, assisted by a number of members of the Faculty. The Ju-
bilee of' the Class of 1929 netted about two thousand dollars, which was paid
into the treasury of the Board of Student Activities.
A The picture above shows some of the features of the jubilee of the Class
On March l and 2, 1929, the Class of 1930 also presented a very success-
ful Jubilee, under the general supervision of the Board of Student Activities.
I R 5'
ORCHESTRA AND CBAND
President ............................ ........ M ARSHALL MELVIN, JR.
Vice-President ....................... ............... W ILLIAM :I-IUTTON
Corresponding Secretary ...... .................. .J ACK SIEMON
Librarian .........,.....,............... ...,........,.,... W Ann DAVIS
Record-ing Secretfvry .............. ........ H ERBERT SANDLER
HE ORCHESTRA has played the operetta scores each year and has also played
several numbers at the commencements, under the leadership of Miss G. P.
Butler. It has entertained us faithfully and well at our weekly assemblies.
It has given two striking assemblies which proved to be very successful. The
members have learned many new pieces which have been played at our as-
semblies. l'There Is No Other Organization in the 'School More Deserving
of Praise and Support than the Orchestra and Band!"
CTHE FOREST PARK PRESS
Ed't-07'-i'n-Chief ........ ............................ A RTHUR THOMAS 'WARD
Assistants .............. ......... J EROME BLUM, GILBERT HILLMAN
Feature Editors ........ ........ S OPHIA PoDoLsKY, DOROTHY HARRIS
Sports Editors ........,. .,.,.. A HAWLEY SEILER, HERBERT FRIEDBERG
Commerciwl N ews ...................................................... AUDREY EMACKENROTH
Jwnior Editor .....................,........... : .............................. ELLIOTT C. WINNER
Reporters-Dorothy Connor, Dorothy Dillow, Lucenne Engleman,
Clara Ward, Joseph Shavrick, Charles Stern, Leonard Paymer,
' Adolf Shapiro, Edward Rubin, Stanley Whitehill, Albert Flax,
Stanley Rappeport ,
Advisers ............................ ........ M R. COOLEY, MISS TURNER, MR. CALDER
HROUGHOUT the year the Press stood for its steadfast and unchangeable pur-
pose-To make the School a unit and to guide the student opinion and ideals
of the school for its good. Among the outstanding improvements in the
"Press" this year, were nine cuts or pictures more than previous years, with an
equal number of six or eight page issues plus all oversize final issue. The
printing of the Forest Park Loyalty Song, along with the music, was a nov-
elty in that nowhere else can the words be obtained with the music.
1 Y ----V - in --
HE SENATE is a group of selected students elected to represent the student
body, and includes a member of each half-year. This group meets each Mon-
day, during the advisory period, in the Principals office, to discuss matters of
school interest, its purpose being to encourage self-government. Wfilliam A.
Gault, President, presides at the meetings.
In other words, the Senate is a kind'of "Board of Directors", who devise
plans and seek remedies for old troubles. Its main purpose is to improve the
morale and create a school spirit which will make Forest Park High the out-
standing school in Baltimo-re.
Centering all their thoughts and actions on constructive measures for
the school, this board works hand in hand with the Board of Student Rep-
resentatives in everything looking toward the welfare of the student body.
As the result of its efforts, we may enjoy the best opportunities the school
has to offer to lit us for the work in life, and in turn create in the heart of
every boy and girl a spirit of loyalty to the Faculty and to our school, which
makes a strong "pull-together" for better thoughts, greater effort and liner
Que Hundred and One
STUDENT O4CTIVITY BOARD
HE BOARD or STUDENT ACTIVITIES is a supervisory board appointed by the
Principal to assist him in decisions affecting the extra-curricular activities of
the school. It consists this year of the President of the Board of Student
Representatives, XVilliam A. Gaultg a member of the Athletic Department,
Mr. Rex Simmsg a member of the Faculty representing the non-athletic in-
terests of the students, Mr. Otto K. Schmeidg the two Vice-Principals, Miss
Annabel VVhite and Mr. Alfred Scottg and the Principal, Mr. Glenn Owens as
This Board charters all groups, supervises all student activities, budgets
all funds, and in general so articulates the student activities that there is no
overlapping of aims nor conflicts of performances. In addition to these spe-
cific acts, the Board has been active in helping to establish the ideals and to
direct the policies in extra-curricula activities.
One Hundred and Two
l THE SENIOR CHLA Y
NDER THE capable direction of Miss Dorothy B. Welsh of the Faculty, the
Senior Class presents this year a comedy in three acts by James Montgom-
ery, entitled "Nothing But the Truth."
The play was chosen from a list of thirty plays read by a committee
headed by Bertram Boone. The choice was based on humor, adaptability
and suitability. Tryouts for the cast commenced in April, during which
every member of the class was given an opportunity to win a place in the cast.
The iinal choice, after these tryouts and after much consideration by the
Class Adviser and Miss W'elsh, assisted by the committee, was as follows:
Robert Bennett ......
E: M. Ralston .............. .......... H erbert Friedberg
Dick Donnelly ...............
Clarence Van Dusen
Bishop Doran ..........
Gwendolyn Ralston Broening
Mrs. E. M. Ralston.
Ethel Clarke ............
Mabel Jackson ...........
Sabel Jackson ........... ......
M arth-a, the maid ....
One Hundred and Three
M a.nagi'ng ,Editor
JOHN STEWART SNYDER
Associate . Editor T
'FORESTER " STAFF
MARY SUSAN STROW
EVA LEAH LEVIN
RUTH CAPLAN .
J EAN DEWEES
MARGARET BROWN '
Faculty Advisor .
MR. LATIMER A. DICE
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OACH ANDERSON, with a squad composed mostly of raw material, transformed
the Green and Gray gridiron warriors, into a strong offensive eleven. The Foresters
used the forward pass cleverly, and made no small use of their line-bucking powers.
St. James, rated highly in scholastic circles, fell before the powerful' onslaught of the
Foresters, and Hopkins Freshmenand 'Charlotte Hall also were doWned'. Ken Long,
fullback, bucked the line for many a gain, and 'Clabaugh, iiashy halfback, proved a
triple threat against all opposition. On the strength of this season's.'fshowirig Forest
Park is scheduled to meet City College and Calvert Hall for the 1929 season.
OREST PARK'S quintet, under the capable coaching of Coach Axman, completed
a fairly successful season. Although they were twice nosed out by Poly and Mt. St.
Joe, they triumphed over Loyola, McDonogh, Donaldson, and Park to finish the league
season with seven hits and five defeats. Captain Rosenthal, 1928 All-Maryland for-
ward, played brilliantly the whole season, and the clever work of Thomaspand Mindel
should also be remembered as important factors in the success of the Green and Gray
cagers. The players that graduate this year are Lipsch, Mindel, Murray, and Giardina.
Next year the team will probably be built around Captain-elect Thomas, Hess, Taylor,
Shavitz, the Fox duo, and White. With these players and promising material from
the Junior High, a' strong contender should be molded.
OACH REX. SIMS' booters, although not turning in many victories, furnished
strong competition for many of the veteran. teams. The squad consisted of all new-
comers With the exception of three regulars of last season. ,The strong City College
aggregation, runners-up for the scholastic championship, barely managed to defeat the
Foresters on two occasions by the scores of 4-3 and 4-2. Sophomores will practically
compose next year's team, and the experience gained this season should help to form
a good squad for the 1929-30 season. 'Captain Woodall, Lipsitz and Rosenthal were the
bright lights for the s-occerites. Woodall had the distinction of being placed on the
All-Maryland Second Team for 1929. The booters have elected William Pindell to the
captaincy for the coming year.
One Hundred' and Seven
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HOUGH Forest Park did not win the P. A. L. tournament, the season, accord-
ing to Miss Manning, the coach, was very successful. The team, led by its captain,
Sophie Podolsky, worked as a unit and deserves commendation. There were eight
games: Park,,'Friends, Catonsville, Towson, and two with both Eastern and Western.
Of these games but Eastern and Western were league. games.
Doris Struven, f.
Ruth Weiner, f.
Sarah Baisch, f.
Anna Roettger, j. c.
Margaret Piggott, s. c.
Evelyn Kansler, g.
Margaret Moore, g.
Catherine Chester, g.
' V "A" TEAM
- Sophie Podolsky, f.
Emma Ruthke, f.
' Dorothy Beck, j. c.
,- Eleanor Dew, s. c.
Leona Schroeder, g.
Martina Hyde, -g.
S OUR first active form of athletics after re-entering school last fall, hockey
was eagerly sought after by all feminine athletes., With Miss Journeay as our coach
and a wide and varied amount of material to choose from, our teams were -the best
ever. Not that we did not have to struggle for the championship, for-we did. With-
out the first .team the second team would not have been worth mentioningg and if the
first team hadn't had the second team, we would not have the championship. As it
stands, we all worked hard and each team made an excellent record. Putting two and
two together, we now hold the city championship in hockey.
Forest Park's regulars on the first and second teams are as' follows:
l S-ECON D
Dorothy Beck Hazel Foreman Eva Leah Levin Troy Hambsch
Leona Schroeder Jean Kneip Anna Roettger Marie Melcher
Evelyn Kansler Ruth Weiner Gertrude Brave Virginia Blake
Elenaor Dew Martina Hyde Dorothy Harris A Margaret Bryan
Sophia Podolsky Margaret Moore
Dorothy Keller Betty Rouzer
, ' Evelyn White
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Long .A1'0h9I" Sophia Podolsky Ruth Weiner
Leg'-lm SYVOYUIGY Leona Schroeder Eva Leah Levin
Trager, V N lchols' Martinaf Hyde gliertrude grave
BA K T AL Jean Kneip ., argaret ryan
Lipsch S EMETHNIQ Troy Hambsch Janet Wooden
Mindel Giardina Dorothy Harris Sophia Podolsky
Mildred Berman Dorothy Keller
' SOCCER Adele Salzman Leona Schroeder
Woodall Jorgensen Dorothy Keller Martina Hyde
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One Hundred and Eight
ORBST PARK'S baseball team inaugurated its season by overwhelming St. Alban's of
Washington 17-0. In amassing this large total of runs, the Green and Gray team ex-
hibi-ted a strong offense and a well-balanced defense. Forest Park's second encounter
wa-s a league game with Severn, which it won by a 14-7 score. Kalb, veteran twirler,
hurled a steady game, and Baer, second baseman, crashed out a pair of doubles.
Smarting under last season's defeat, the Foresters continued their winning streak
.by administering a 13-4 trouncing to City College in a non-league tilt. :Brown held the
Orange and Black batters well in hand, especially in the pinches, but was relieved by
Long in the seventh session after a streak of wildfness. Hendleberg sparkled afield, on
one occasion going deep into the field to execute a remarkable running catch of a texas-
leaguer. The Collegians used five pitchers in a futile effort to check the Gre-en and
Gray's batting altillery. .
Gilman's baseball team gave Forest Park its first setback in a non-league game 5-4.
The Roland Parkers tallied three runs in the opening frame and two in the fourth.
Forest Park rallied in the fourth and sixth innings to net four runs, but was unable to
push across the tying marker. Hess slammed a double and a triple in four times at
bat. The game proved to be a pitchers' duel between Kalb and Samuels of Gilm-an,
in which Samuels had the better of the argument. -
Prospects at this date appear bright, and Coach Anderson is pointing his tossers
for the scholastic championship. "Izzy" Hendleberg, last season's brilliant shortstop,
was chosen to lead the team. A large majority of last year's veterans- are back, and
these include Brown, Lipsch, Leavey, Baer, Hendleberg, Long, Kalb, Smoot, Mindell,
Mason, Greasley, and Shipley. The rest of the roster consists of Rutherford, Gooden,
Kirwan, Knox, Hess, and Hershberg.
Manager Rosenstock states that the schedule includes games with City, Loyola,
Poly, St. Joe, Calvert Hall, Vocational, and Dunham-s. Last season Forest Park came
through victorious in its own league, but met defeat at the hands of Calvert Hall in
the finals. ' '
One Hundred and Ten
CTRA CK AND FIELD
HE TRACK TEAM, which has won nine championships, is working out with .eighty
would-be champions, all striving for positions. Seven trophies have been compiled by
the Junior Team, while the Seniors have gained the honor twice. The Juniors have
won the "C" cup of Washington four successive years, and the Maryland Scholastic
Banner three times running. In 1926 and 1927 the Seniors captured the Maryland
This year's team has a group of seasoned veterans to form an attractive nucleus.
Captain Ed. Thompson, Md. Scholastic Pole Vault King, is ready to lead his sprint and
field artists, aided by Wilson Archer, dash m-an, Leslie Legum, 100 yard sprint man
and discus thrower, .Fred Behringer, discus and javelin tosser, and' Jack Snyder, speedy
half-miler. With nine titles as an incentive, the Foresters show every indication o cap-
turing top honors for the '29 season.
These accomplishments are attributed to Coach Rex Sims, who has been given a
hard schedule by Jack Siemon, manager. The first meet in which the Green and Gray
track athletes meet stiff competition is the Penn Relays, where the cream of Inter-
scholastic trackmen vie for top honors. Following this is the University of Delaware
meet at Newark, after which the squad will contest in dual meets with Mt. St. Joseph
and Central High of Washington. The next five names on the schedule indica-te the
championship calibre to be met. Opening with the Public Championship for Juniors,
the Md. Scholastic Championships and the Md. Scholas-tic Junior Championships follow
in quick succession. The Sims coached team expects to close' a banner season by com-
peting in the City Championships, June 4th, and trying for the State diadem on June 7.
The members of the team will be giving their bes-t, knowing that they are uphold-
ing the reputation of Forest Park on the cinder path.
One Hundred and Eleven
OREST PARK'S racqueteers are out to defend the Maryland Scholastic Title, which
they won from City College, who held the crown for six consecutive years. The play-
ers who helped win the championship and who were not lost by graduation are Victor
Lebow and Harold Fox. Both were ranked among the first ten in their respective divi-
sions, Junior and Boys'. Robert Reid, Randolph Tucker, and Harig- have won the places
vacated last year. Reid was placed in No. 4 of the Boys' division, while Tucker and
Harig have shown well in tournament play.
The schedule shows promise of the team competing against local leading teams and
strong out-of-town aggregations. Central High, the opening opponent scheduled by
Manager Sid Snyder, was nosed out in a 4-3 tussle. A-t the end of the required singles
the score stood 3-2 in favor of the invaders. The Foresters gained their slim margin
of victory by gaining the upper hand in the two doubles matches. Due to the inclem-
ency of the weather the next two contests with Western High of Washington and Tow-
son were postponed. The racquet wielders face a busy season, engaging in contests
with Calvert Hall, St. Joe, Tome, Navy, Poly, Gilman, Western High, Loyola and City.
Before gaining the finals this year it is necessary to down five strong teams. The
same teams, Forest Park and City College, who met each other in 1928, will meet again
provided they close without losing to the other local courtmen. Since the varsity is
made up of three high ranking stars and two players who have advanced far in tour-
naments, the outlook appears promising.
One Hundred and Twelve
UTH KIEHNE, manager, has arranged a very interesting program which inchides
games with Towson, Catonsville, Arundel, Eastern and Western. This is the first time
Forest Park has played Arundel, which has one of the best teams in the state. Those
on the squad are: -
Dorothy Beck, Virginia Beach, Anna Roettger, Emma Ruthke, Lillian Polan, Doro-
thy Harris, Dorothy Keller, Ruth Weiner, Sophie Podolsky, Margaret Piggott, Doris
Struven, Leona Schroeder, Jean Kneip, Ida Beck, Margaret Moore, Jane Pollak, Janet
Wooden, Martina Hyde, Helen Todd, Audrey Mackenroth, Troy Hambscn.
One Hundred and Thirteen
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POLISHED PLATE, ORNAMEN-
TAL AND WINDOW GLASS
600-604 ENSOR ST. BALTIMORE. MD.
ARMENTROUT '66 PIERSON
PARK HEIGHTS fd ROGERS AVES.
Phone: FOrest 8922, 8930 Baltimore, Md.
Manufacturer and Retailer of
CHIPPED BEEF. COOKED HAM
Stalls! 943-5, LEXINGTON MARKET
Phone: PLaza 3800
WEDNESDAY 'ES SATURDAY NIGHTS
2 GAMES. 25c.
Afternoons-10 Cents a Game
36 Perfect Alleys
KING PIN BOWLING ALLEYS
2614-2620 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE
,NEW YORK FANCY BAKERY
860 WEST NORTH AVE.
Our Own Baking
Phone: MAdison 3422
M A N O S W A R T Z
Furriers Since 1889
225 NORTH HOWARD STREET
ANNOUNCING the OPENING of
HOWARD PARK CONFECTIONERY
4735 Gwynn Oak Avenue
OUR OWN HOME MADE CANDY It
Light Lunch Served
Forest 53 I9
Home Cooking I
1 THE DEPENDABLE STORE
LIBERTY HEIGHTS AND GWYNN OAK
Your Neighborhood Bank
UNION TRUST COMPANY
LIBERTY BANK OFFICE
4707 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE
MAKES THEM BETTER
. 227-29 EAST BALTIMORE STREET
FRANK IKEE i
High Grade Laundry I
4700 GWYNN OAK AVE.
Please give me a call, as I claim todo any I' S
kind of laundry in a superior manner, both il
in cleanliness and finish. Any articles not done
up to your entire satisfaction may be re- '
turned and then be done over again. After I I
have once served you I am sure you will
recommend me to your friends and acquain-
tances. Give me one trial. -
Smart Apparel for Spring-
IN THE HUTZLER SHOPS FOR
BOYS AND GIRLS. AND SERV-
ICE BASED ON THE UNDER-
STANDING OF YOUTH.
H TZLER BIQTHEIQ Q3
85c RAG RUGS
Extra heavy Rugs. smooth, solid '
and well woyen Rag Rugs, 18x36 ,
inches. Beautiful colors- For Bed-
rooms. Baths, etc. Limit. one to
purchaser. No mail or phone orders. .
Sold only with Coupon. lj
COMMUNITY HANDY SHOP fl
Gwynn Oak and Liberty Heights Avenues X,
062901 Y-00 '-0'
' THE HOWARD PARK BAKERY
4733 Gwynn Oak Avenue
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME BAKING ,
A Full Line of Cakes, Pies, Buns, E tc:
Come Around and See Us
Phone: Liberty 6269
in Our New Store
Offering At All Times
L U R I E S
17 WEST LEXINGTON STREET
Ride the Cars-
The most Convenient, Comfortable
Economical, Reliable means of going
from where you are to where you
want to go.
A 24-HOUR SERVICE. 365 DAYS
RIDE THE CARS
United Railways 25 Elect:
AUDITS SYSTEMS TAX REPORTS
U Member American Institu
te of Accountants
ELNIER L. HATTER
Certified Public Accountant
Branches: Hagerstown, Md. Cumberland, Md- Lancaster, Pa.
E ,Ze C :S X
Compliments of the
. NVVUIN JEWELRY SHOP
ly h b Makers of
'-...I-I' Your Class Ring
I 657 'XVEST BALTIMORE STREET
.N Women designed the NVESTINGHOUSE
I IRON: suggested the beveled base that lets ,
4 lnnammam But mm'EXPl95lV9 you see you-r work: the tapered point that W 5
XI R goes under buttons and into frills or ruiiles. -
A ' w
XVomen tested the shape of the handle and
' "i the balance of the iron? approved the broad It
A REMOVES: ,base and even distribution of heat. That's 5
S if ou' Gf:f'2n'i':,':Z1i'2::fgG"m' why it's an iron you'll like to use. Get one-- W' '
5 FROM: b make your next ironing day different.
Woolen Clothing, Suits, Chiffons,
I Silks, Laces and Fine Fabrics, . ,
I ' Leathers: DNPGHGS, UPFIOISMYU- Your nearest dealer can supply the YVcst- I'
P' Excellent for Cleaning Type. h A l I ii
, ing ouse utomatxc ron.
S 'i MANUFACTURED BY J 5
' D MILLE PRODUCTS co. '
i pw t E BAL-I-'MORE' MD. t This Iron Has Them All!
Q Comm-1-1111s W E S T I N G H O U S E
Shorthand in Thirty Days
Secretarial Training '
Z. SHORTHAND, TOUCH TYPING, BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE, 'N
EDIPHONE. DICTAPHONE, FILING-ALSO ENGLISH
AND FRENCH COURSES +
l INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION, POSITIONS
N DAY 'AND NIGHT CLASSES N
T G I L L S C H O O L
,E 519 NORTH CHARLES STREET Vernon 6718
' O of as O s t on new
14'-040' 51!0Wl0P5i'0i'01G0Pi-7 '01 .
THE MAY OOMPANY
A Modern Store for
Men and Women
WAGNER 'id WAGNERI
3300 GARRISON AVENUE
Phone: Plaza 3 73 2
F. Fred Kranz Music Company
R. C. A.. KOLSTER, ZENITH RADIOS
Victrolas, Victor Records, Columbia-Kolster
Viva Tonal Columbia Records
303 N, CHARLES STREET, at Saratoga
THE OUTSTANDING CHEVROLET OF
A Six in the Price Range of a Four
FOREST PARK MOTOR
I COMPANY I
H. L. BANGS, General Manager
LIBERTY HEIGHTS at GARRISON AVE.
Liberty 7 9 8 6 We Deliver
MILTON E. MOHR
Ye Towne Hall Pharmacy
4401 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE
H. D. SCHMENNER
CHOICE GROCERIES -:- PROVISIONS
Fresh 8 Smoked Meats, Fruits 8 Produce
ALLENDALE STREET and
XVINDSOR MILL ROAD
TOILET REQUISITES, Etc.
Cor. BALTIMORE 25 LIGHT STS.
Steam and Hot Water .T-Ieating, Sewer Con-
nections. Roofing, Spouting
Agent for Ruud Water Heater, Hart Oil
Burner, Fire King Ranges
3110 WEST NORTH AVENUE
The Pure Home Made Ice Cream
R. C, DAVIS
Confectionery and Sundries
4707 GWYNN OAK AVE.
F. B. Hammamfs Music Store
Sole Agency for
and BAND INSTRUMENTS
- Reliable and Dependable Store to Buy
206 NORTH LIBERTY STREET
When You Think of Flowers, Think of
And Phone Lafayette 1947-1948-1949
THOMAS VINCENT CO.
FLORISTS and DECORATORS
LONGWOOD STREET at North Avenue
INSTRUCTORS OF THE SAXOPHONE
206 NORTH LIBERTY STREET
Study. Proper Tone, Technique, Tempo
Phone: Calvert 1768
Phone: Forest 6335 -Special Appointments
Forest Park Barber Shop
and Beauty Parlor
3 3 2 7 GARRISON BOULEVARD
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i Phone: Liberty 2300-2303 COMPUMENTS
xl Y of the i
FOREST COURT WVYSOR NINE '
Gilmor 2589 Armiger 26F-12 i
LIBERTY HEIGHTS AND L. S. ZITTLE
' Paper Hanger and Decorator T
GARRISON BLVD. H . .
Ouse and Fresco Painting ,
2112 WEST LEXINGTON STREET
'V , .
1 I. TUCKER 8 SON
Meat Market lg
COHIPHITICIICS Groceries and Provisions
1 3201 OAKFIELD AVENUE P
5 THE LORD BALTIMORE HOTEL KIRSHNER DRUG CO'
IOW DISCOUNT 1
. TO Students On All Makes X
F W E B E CAMP SHILOH 1i
' R C 0' CFO: Boys 8 to 14 Years of Agej X
offer to the Students ALLEN J. QUINAN, Director 1
of FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL 3317 ST- AMBROSE AVENUE
il Their Line of Artists' Materials and Mechan-
' ical Drawing Eqnipment at
1 E Speml PWS 4705 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE
, Call Plaza 2650 or Visit our Local Hdqrs. Community Shoe Repairing
Park AVQIIUB Done While You Wait
1 ' I '
Compliments of the
FOREST PARK ALUMNI 4
PZEVPP N wi' P525
IN ALL DELICIOUS FLAVORS
3 r Large Family Size Bottle l0c at Yo-ur Naborhood Store
T THE SOUTHERN HOTEL
S Baltimotds Newest Positions Are Open
I ll and Finest For Young People who have a
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5 ' 'vm '
, rv, Nfl Thousands of young men and women owe
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l Sf! Baggigg 54535 : Who have been successfully training young
f 2 1 NPD EFF 3 Silt: '6+1i'1:
, 3 Q 5 . . .- F il ljwi. people for the past fifty years
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Lu -' Write today for catalog outlmmg courses
f je ' , A' Aifgrw. , and rates. Select your course, enroll with us
i 1. A . , 0' and prepare yourself now to frll a good
A HOTEL gf U 7-9 E. BALTIMORE STREET
ATMOSPHERE and ENVIRONMENT
Q l PHONE: VERNON 2355
Y THE FLAG. BANNER AND PENNANT SHOP
R.i H. TAYLOR
Successor to SISCO BROTHERS
l Flags, Banners, Pennants, Emblems, Church and Society
Goods, Beads and Novelties
T Silk Banners for Schools, Societies and Fraternities
' 302 PARK AVENUE BALTIMORE, MD. .
Ice Cream Parlor-Music
YE GIFT SHOPPE
YOUR COMMUNITY SHOP
at DOWNTOWN PRICES
4027 GWYNN OAK AVENUE
Service De Luxe-Ample Room
at All Times
LIBERTY HEIGHTS at GARRISON AVE-
A. T. JONES '25 SONS
For Mask Balls. Tableaux and Cantatas
823 N. HOWARD STREET
QUALITY COUNTS BALTIMORE COLLEGE
agen ioubbuyfa bm! is of DENTAL SURGERY
et t e est rom IQ , 554.
B1SHOp'S V v ggi k UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
-A A Requirement for admission is graduation from
an accredited high school. Further
311 N- EUTAW ST- "' information on request
Esfab- 55 Years Address DR. J. BEN ROBINSON, Dem
"The Bird House with U II LOMBARD S5 GREENE STS.
National Reputation" BALTIMORE ' MARYLAND
P R E M I E R
COMPLIMENTS BaItimore's Largest
of Cleaners and Dyers
MOOERS BUTTER COMPANY
MONROE ST. at CLIFTON AVE.
Highest Quality Work Prompt Service
I Phone: Lafayette 1234
HAWKINS OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL
D 2324 North Charles Street
SI-IORTHAND CBoyd sysremy TAUGHT IN SIX WEEKS
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Homewood 6592 -
M. E. HAWKINS. Director
if The Shops of Youth
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5 OUTFITTERS to
i f Forest Park High School
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I BALTIMORE, CHARLES AND
MCCALLISTEIVS EAYETTE -STREETS
Catalogue on Request
, 124 WEST BALTIMORE STREET
S '0N-004200-0N01'-0"0N?101'-0201201 l0'46N0'1'-0'
'X GEO. A. PRATT, JR. THOMAS L. RAY
xl Phones: Wolfe 0990-0991 HARRY T- EDEL
Q F O R D NATIONAL
5 L SPORTING GOODS CO., INC.
MANUEL-REULING MOTOR 309 E' BALTIMORE ST'
.l CO., IHC. BASEBALL GUNS
5 BACSSISI-1ET?4liLL REVOLVERS
FO BA AMMUNITION
9 ' 225-2749 S' HIGHLAND AVE- Athletic Outfitters to Leading Schools
' B M and Colleges, includ'n For t
Q ALTIMORE ARYLAND Park High 8620921 95
It MITCHELL S5 NORWIG T AUBMAN'S
. Men's tastes and men's needs are closely
xl RINGS PAR MAC SHIRTS
l Years of familiarity have only enhanced their
,I favor with the public
6 See the newest patterns
11 EAST BALTIMORE STREET
I Insure with
l J. NEWMAN is sONs
249-253 CALVERT BLDG.
Established in 1884
Homes for Rent
EDWARD S. STUBBS
1007-8 COURT SQUARE BUILDING
I N0 Bfangh Sfgfes . CBIVCH ' Forest 9-Ay
I F 1 E D L E R f S Inter City Motor Coach Co.
Flomts DE LUXE MOTOR COACH FOR HIRE
902 SOUTH CHARLES STREET BENJAMIN M. HOUGHEY, Manager
Phones: South 2310, 2311 Special Trips Arranged
X Vernon 8377 Il W. CENTRE ST.
Phone: Liberty 1216 J. ERNEST SMITH
THE GWYNN FOREST PLANT
AND SEED STORE
Seeds, Bulbs, Plants, Shrubs, Garden Supplies
4729 GWYNN OAK AVENUE
Q J COMPLIMENTS
L The OPPENHEIMER COMPANY
College, School. Lodge and Fraternal
PINS and RINGS, Etc.
Makers of Forest Park High School Rings
310 N. PACA ST. Vernon 1252
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Phone: Lafayette 4 9 20
IRVING B. KEMP, Prop.
1910 WINDSOR AVE. at MONROE ST.
A XVEEK TO A J
ALWAYS in advance of
fashion - always first
with the new fashions-that
is why Baltimore's young
people have picked LAM- 1
PELL'S as their Mx'Ilinery I
Store. That is why LAM-
PELL'S is largest.
Oglm ellis I'
.sz uz LEXQIQWOH sat
CHAS. H. .IAHELKA
GARRISON is BELVIEU AVENUES
Films and Developing
Liberty 3209 Forest 8960
Phone: Madison 5480 -f Open Evenings
BEAUTY sHoP It
729 WEST NORTH AVENUE
Edmond and Realistic Methods
of Permanent Waving
Beauty Culture and All Its Branches
Fine Printing Papers .
400-406 EAST PRATT STREET
HOWARD CLOTHES SHOP
227 W. BALTIMORE STREET 'N
Manufacturer Direct to Wearer
COLLEGIATE The Latest and
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OFFICE ---- 1700 E. 29TH sT.
si YLES Finest Fabrics yl
' fl and 2. Pantsj
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QRCHESTRAS F. T. GATCH MOTOR CO.
, , 5937 BELAIR ROAD
Phones: Baltimore Country Club '
University, 2701 Pen-Mar Authorized Ford Dealer
Homewood 4391 High Rock Hour ,
WCAO Hamilton 4120 Hamilton 4121 I 1
T T -My I I PM In'
Phone: Madison 2821
i - H. B. HULL 8 CO.
Q f Anthracite--COAL-Bituminous
L FULTON AVE. is LAURENS ST.
HARRY N ARMACOST
. iw WALTER S. ROUTSON
1 4204 RIDGEWOOD AVENUE
T Fraternity and Sorority Dances
Phone Laf. 1206 2238 W. NORTH AVE.
The Standard Floor Surfacing
1250 NORTH FULTON AVENUE
Phone: Madison 535S
Old Floor Resurfaced to Look Like New
7 COMPLIMENTS L
The Junior Shop
xl OF ,
COMMUNITY e Boys Shop
MEAT MARKET To YOUTH
5 G A U L T .
A H. MATTHEW-GAULT H. KELCEY G:KULT L from Bfllrimvffs
3rd Generarron 4th Generation Newest Mminery Shop
MONUMENTS """"" SIGMU'T'-ND
25 WEST SARATOGA STREET
Next to Hotel Rennert
24 W. LEXINGTON
See Bill Gault
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A School Discount
allowed on sporting goods to all
Forest Park High School
girls and boys
Sport and Toy Shop
3 NORTH HOWARD STREET
Phone: Forest 8842
Work Called For and Delivered
COMMUNITY TAILORING Co.
CLEANING, DYEING, REPAIRING
Remodeling of Ladies' and Gents' Garments
Suites Made To Order
COMMUNITY BLDG., GXVYNN OAK JCT.
4613 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVE.
Chocolate M :Ik
THE HEALTHY FOOD AND DRINK
" I BIEMILLER DAIRY
6003 EASTERN AVENUE
Wolfe 8033 Baltimore, Md.
Phone: Plaza 0967
B. WAGNER, Pres. Y5 Mgr.
THE YOUNG MAN's STORE
G O L D H E I M ' S
212 EAST BALTIMORE STREET Habefdasbefy
BALTIMORE ' MARYLAND ,
. 107 EAST BALTIMORE STREET
Near Light K
OUTJTTERS To MEN VVALTER GoLDsTE1N JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN
3 AND BOYS Phones: Plaza 2215-7859
The TWENTIETH CENTURY
Isaat Hamburger PRINTING CO.
8 L M. B. O' D. Prompt Service-Our Prices Are Right
BALTIMORE AT HANOVER
404 W. REDYVOOD ST. Q
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Beef, Veal, Lamb, Poultry
1637 FLEET STREET
BROADWAY 8 NORTHEAST MARKETS
AT YOUR SERVICE ALL-WAYS
ELLIS G. KRUPNICK, Ph. G.
ELDORADO Ed HADDON AvEs.
Opp. Forest Park High School
Calvert 3524. No Convert Charge
Golden Pheasant Restaurant
Dining and Dancing
Libeffl' 4700 Balflmofer Md- l 1 1 Park Ave. 110 W. Liberty St.
LEWIS DELICATESSEN Phone' Llbml 8826
U HARRY S. SCHAPIRO
Good Things To Eat Pharmacist ,
3817 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVE. BALTIMORE MARYLAND
Phones, Lafayette 315 0-1
HARDWARE AND GARAGE SUPPLIES
METAL WEATHER STRIPPINC
Fulton and Pennsylvania Avenues
THE HOSIERY SHOP
Hosiery and Underwear
For Men, lVomen and Children
215 NORTH CHARLES STREET
Hair Dressing Parlor
202 MONUMENT STREET
The Park Heights Grocery
Phone, Wolfe 4482 Established 1877
Work Called for and Delivered
T. B. SUSEMIHL Q5 SON
Cleaners and Dyers
We Specialize on Ladies' Fine Dresses
l SOUTH BROADWAY
Historical, Classical, Bal Masque,
Make-up. Wigs. Masks
213 WEST CENTRE STREET
Phone, Wolfe 6986 Established 1884
2421 E. NORTH AVE., COR. MILTON
Flowers of Quality
Open 8 a.n'I. to 10 p.m.-We Telegraph Flowers
GEO. P. CROWTHER
Lamb and Veal
181-182 LAFAYETTE MARKET
SERVICE TERMINAL CO.
Storage - Warehousz'ng - Distributing
409 N. HOLLIDAY ST.
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Phone, Vernon 1910 Funeral Chapel
GEORGE J. RUTH
Moderate Prices-Pierce-Arrow Cars
1735 HARFORD AVE.
o f a F r1'en J
THIRTIETH SEASON '
of the . For I I
Hz h Grade Shoe Repazrzn
European 9 I ' g
Conservatory of Music
Founded by JOHN ADAM HUGO
I-IENRI XVEINREICH. Director Since 1904
905 ST. PAUL STREET
POPLAR GROVE ST. E5 NORTH AVE.
Phone. Lafayette 2941
Compliments of - -
DR. FRANKN. OGDEN
I Phone, Madison 10077
POPLAR BEAUTY SHOPPE
HELEN LANG, Prop.
Marcelling, Permanent Wauz'ng
1821 POPLAR GROVE STREET
At North Ave.
High Grade Shoe Repairing
S. MUEEOLETTO E5 BROS.
1737 N. PULASKI STREET
Phone, Madison 3166
FIBUS DRUG STORE
Full line of
Coty and Houbigant
GARRISON 8 CLIFTON AVENUES
Phone, Lafayette 2941
PHONE, PLAZA 0275 -
HAVELOCK E5 SELENKOW
FIRST CLASS REMODELING
221 N. LIBERTY ST. BALTIMORE. MD,
End of Season,SaIes-Great Reductions
Largest Bottle in the World
5c Q14. oz.j 1
LORD BALTIMORE GINGER ALE
Ar' Good Stores
All American Stores Have It
For Quality and Service - - - '
Grocery and Meat Market
Phone. Madison 2822
1802 LONGWOOD STREET
A Mountain Camp For Girls
Age 6 to 16 Years
300 Feet Above Sea Level
Special Stress Given To Tennis, Horseback
Lucy E. Hyde 1918 Mt. Royal Terrace
THOMAS E6 THOMPSON CO.
Pure Drugs, Toilet Requisites, Etc.
COR. BALTIMORE AND LIGHT STREETS
COR. CHARLES AND CENTRE STREETS
A. W. LOCKARD Y5 CO.
UNION TRUST BUILDING
Plaza 7 l 79
'We invite you to consult us about your
Phone. Calvert 2 3 34
WATTS DRUG CO.
Spec'al Attention To Prescriptions
Phone. Libertv 5672
PINE DRESSED POULTRY
29-I Hollins Market 738 Lexington Market
Residence: 4026 Boarman Ave.
Baltimore has learned that if it is new-and
smart-Stanwick's introduce it. The most
distinctive Coats and Frocks in the New Sil-
houette-are showing now. Moderate prices.
204. W. LEXINGTON STREET
L. GORDON '55 SON, INC.
Producers of 'Sales-Stimulating
PAPER BOXES AND PRINTING
1050 S. PACA STREET
NORRIS' DRUG STORE
Phone, Liberty 3534
LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE
Phone. Forest 6-I 89 -'W
Forest Park Shoe Repair
lVork Called for and Delivered
3 317 GARRISON BLVD.
South 1634 South 0912
M. R. SEGALL '55 CO.
901-919 E. PORT AVE.
F R E D L E Y' S
227 N. HOWARD sr.
"That smart Howard Struct shop"
chosen by so many clever young
things who want the same chic in
their Frocks and in their Hats.
Thank you for your purchase.
And please remember. too.
New cards and friendly service
Are always here for you.
XVhen You Think of Greeting Cards
' Think of
THE MODERN SALES CO.
233 PARK AVE.. Near Saratoga St.
A FOREST PARK INSTITUTE
'For Information See
"Ask A Boy Who Has Been There"
Maker of Fine Jewelry
207 WEST SARATOGA STREET
Best Wishes to the Graduates
Phone. Gilmor 4713 C I
THELMA P. EBERT Omp lmen S
Studio of Dancing of
Aesthetic, Toe, Character. Tap and
, Smal s A Graduate
COR. FRANKLIN 26 ASHBURTON STREETS
Calvert 6490 Realtor-Appraiser
Member of the Real Estate Board
Industrial- -CommerciuI- - Residential
214 ST. PAUL STREET BALTIMORE. MD.
Permanent Wave. S5 Hot Oil Treatments
Finger XVave Eyebrow Arcbing
CLAUNITA BEAUTY SHOPPE
NANCY M. TAMES
Vernon 4016 10 E. PRESTON STREET
XVhen you desire limousine service for wed-
dings or funerals I respectfully solicit your
patronage. 1929 and 1930 Cadillac limou-
sines that are clean and well kept.
JOHN A. MORAN
42ND is YORK ROAD Phone. Hwd. 7970
IP INTERESTED IN ETCHINGS
OR ANY OTHER TYPE OP
GRAPHIC ART, SEE THE
PRINTS POR SALE BY-
LlI3ElZl'Y STREET KT SADAEPOGA
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