Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1930
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Text from Pages 1 - 220 of the 1930 volume:
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Charles E Adams
HO by h1s unfalllng help hls smcere frlend
Shlp hls steadfast loyalty to the class and
h1S courageous leaderslup has successfully
Luded our class through the last two years
of school we gratefully and smcerely ded1
cate thls our FORESTER
N PRESENTING the June FORESTER of 1930
to the school lt has been the a1m of the
Edltor to uphold prev1ous cherlshed stand
ards We have endeavored to set forth a
1ecord of the Class of 1930 and the school
Our class enrolled as It w1ll be remembered 1n
September 1925 when the school was first opened
We are therefore the Charter Members of the
school As students of the school for SIX years we
wltnes ed prevxous presentatxons to the school and
we there ore slncerely hope that we have pre
erved the sp1r1t 1deals and standards thus set forth
The theme of our book the lnd1an motlf was
chosen because our cla s l1ke the Indxan reple
eats the begmnlng We were the first the fore
fathers of the school Both the Indlan and the Clas
of 1930 represent the true sons of the S011
Th s book the FORESTER of 1930 IS hereby pre
ented to the school May It serve as a shr1ne 1n pre
servmg the Splflt and memory of th1s June Class
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OYS and g1rls of the June 1930 class we
wish you luck as you leave the halls of
Forest Park The large majorlty of you
J, y have been with us SIX years We hope you
'G' f are better boys and glrls finer men and
women than you would have been had you
not come under our care You have your future in
your own hands to do Wlth xt whatever you please
Wlll to do that wh1ch IS rlght lofty unselfish GIVE
to the world the best you have and the best w1ll
come ba k to you
You have meant a great deal to us you have won
mlghtlly next year We hope you will not forget
us and that vou w1ll come back agaln and again to
ee the friends that you are leaving on guard w1th1n
May you succeed 1n whatever field of work you have chosen and may
your l1ves be blest with happ1ness and righteousne s
Sincerely voui friend
ANNABEL LEE WHITE
My Dear Frzends of the Senior Class
S1x years have pas ed sin e the Forest Park Hlgh
S hoon opened lfS doors to re e1ve students And
you along with hosts or others came and entered as
New Foresters the original sons and daughters of
Fore t Park You came trudglng along as l1ttle
boys and little glrls to begln your work ln the 7B
grades You are mdeed then the first Foresters
who have gone through the complete cycle of six
years a quired by the Forest Park Hugh School
For th1s a hley ement I heartily congratulate you
The really wonderful thmg has been to watch you
grow from just l1ttle boys and l1ttle girls into young
manhood and young womanhood And your growth
has been an amazmgly fine one-you have kept the
falth that Forest Park lmposed ln you
You yy 111 be greatly missed next year As you go out from here mto your
respectlve fields of endeax O1 I am sure that only success can 'attend your
eliorts This will ce1ta1nly be my most slncere wlsh for each one and all
ALFRED P Scorr
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cur affection and respect. We shall miss you
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ANNABI-:L L WHITE Ph D Vzce Prmczpals ALFRED P SCOTT M
Katenkamp Chester H B S A M Head
Brooks Helen Gould B C S Wells Mary E Grote Adele
Lerpholz Mlchael C Barnes May S I-Iafer Roberta M
Thompson Madellne M Calder John B Dencwltch Freda
Broemng Angela M Ph D Head
Bauer Al1ce M A B LeShack Abraham B S Koemg Mmetta E B S
Shaffer V1rg1n1a A M Thompson Alta E A M Koestler Terese F
Chase Margaret A B Barrett Ruth A B Spence Charlotte G A B
Evans Sarah Becker A Rosalle B S Smlth Etta W
Hudson Ruth H A B Iwnesmger Anna D B SWagerer Lucy M B S
Jones M Ellzabeth A B R N Wrlght Fanme L C
Frederlck Edwm A B Ph D Head
Rudasxll Dw1ght A A B Asszstant Hutt Mlldred A A B Asststant
Bullen Irene A Boone Gertrude Lee B S Davenport Mabel
Kramer Ruth A A B Slegel Clara Waltham Mary G
Soran Ida G
Rams Blanche M B S Kanak Gladys M B A Watts FrancesE B A
Ebaugh Jessxe M A B Head Roe Irene A B Mannmg Marlon A B
Benson Gladys M A B Harrls Vera A B Boynton Dorothy Welsh A B
Norrxs Nellle S Bartlett Llda Bramard Nora V Everlst Margaret
Adams CharlesE Ph B A M Head
Broenmg Grace D A M Mamster Josephlne Nrckel Ellzlbeth A B
Layman Florence M Hastmgs Carrle L A B A M Wll on Ruth
Scott Alfred P A M Kaplan Leba A B L vm on Florence B
Dryden Helen Van Sant Thomas Jr B
Butler GCHGVIEVG P Bakes Helen
Journeay Lucy A B Anderson C Melvllle B S Ebert Thelma
Slms Henry R Axman Phlllp Hyde Lucy
Mlndel Charles A B
Yocum W1ll1amK A B Head
Jolly Wllllam H Heylum Stanley L Melby Andrew E Houng Thomas L
Hedrick Melvm D Longlev Edward L Qumran Allen J
Norrls Grover W A M Head
Becker S0phl9 M A Taylor Dorothy M A B Lane Florence R
Krleger Joseph L B S Shutt Allce G B S ShaHer Cora H
Dlce Latrmer A A M Haslup Norma V A B Wells Florence E
Eversfield Eugenla F Whltfield Hester C
Schmled Otto K A B LL B Head
Moore J Fred A B Dean Dorothy A B Klmesmlth Edrth
Ruhe Ruth A B Rossmelsl Marthr
German BQSSIG A Parlett L1ll1e S
Krause Dorothy Burns A B A M Klerdler Reba A
Llberles Lucllle M D Aubrey John M D Kemp A L1ll1an R
Freed Shlrley M Rosenberg Sylvra
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SENIOR CLAS OFFICERS
. De Wolff, Treasurerg R. Watts, Sergeant-at-Armsg D. Lockard, Vice-Presidentg S. Baish, Secretaryg T.
D. Sc il ' , ide t.
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Masquers 4 Numer
als Busmess Staff of Press
Lena IS one of our genlal and Jolly classmates
She always greets her frlends wlth a smile and
she IS one to laugh her way lightly through
troubles We know her fits of gxggllng are
spontaneous and they have been appreclated xn
many a dull period
DONALD F AIKENHEAD
A A Representatlve 2 3 Robm Hood 2 The
Gelsha 4 Latm Club 2 Art Club 2 Glee Club
2 Chemlstry Club 4 J J J 2 Chrlstmas Play
2 Interclass Athletlcs
A lady s man? There s no doubt about lt Al
though Don has become rather noted for h1s
carefree attltude hls splendld dramatlc ab1l1ty
ln sensatlonal roles far overshadows this char
LOLA FLORENCE ALBAN
Busmess Staff of Press
Lola IS one of our falr and langulshlng blondes
School llfe IS pleasant she has been heard
to say Whether that mcludes lessons or not we
have our doubts To be an employee ID a bank
and set the hearts of bankers all a Butter IS
secretly Lolas ambltlon She believes ln that
old adage Gentlemen prefer blondes
RUTH B ASHMORE
Glee Club 2 4 Home Economlcs Club 3 4 J
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Ruth used to be Wlth us seldom but nn the
last part of her semor year she mended her
ways to some extent Somehow she always
managed to get good marks although she has
seldom been caught 1n the act of studying And
thats just another one of those Chafmlng mys
terles about her
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2 Varsity Basketball 4 Tennls 2 3 4 Class Of
ficer 2 3 Glrls Leader Club 4 F Club 4 Treas
urer of German Club 4 J J J 3 4 Junlor Tea
Dance Commlttee June Week Commlttee
If pouularlty IS her goal she surely has won
lt and rlghtly Nature has handed to her on a
silver platter all that a damsel could wlsh
beau y wit charm and llght heartedness She
IS a good all around glrl w1th an equal calhng
to sports and soc1al aCt1VltIeS
DOROTHY ALBERTA BACHMAN
Interclass Athletlcs Glee Club 2 4 St Patrlcks
Day Dance Commlttee Chr1stmas Play 3 J J J
3 4 Art Club
Bertle although not the tallest glrl 1n our
class comes very close to It Her personallty
truly rivals her helght We llke to see her
smiles for two d1mples always reveal them
selves Whether struggling w1th math or only
dreamxng her countenance IS always a cheery
Vars1ty Basketball 2 Class Officer Class Ath
letlcs Manager Soccer Team 4 Student Act1v1
ty Bank 4 FOREST!-:R Staff Assembhes
Bunk IS a born manager and a good student
He IS one of the few who shows ab111ty 1n both
athletxcs and scholarshlp Whenever there 1S
wo1k to be done just call on Bunk and hell
do lt ln a Jlffy
Glrls Leader Club 3 4 Secretary Glrls F
Club 3 4 Class OHices 2 3 4 Secretary of
Semor Class Vars1ty Hockey and Basketball 4
Captaln Swlmmmg 2 Swlmmlng 4 Chalrman
Prom Commlttee June Week Glrls Sports Edl
tor for June 1930 FORESTER Secretary Jumor
Gee shes great' Thls term may often be
heard applled to Sara whether she be xn the
gym deftly cagmg a basket or ln the Y dolng
a swan d1ve Indeed Sara 1S a typlcal all around
g1rl Wherever she IS there IS also a crowd of
admlrers She has won us by her smxle
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4 Vars1ty Volley Ball 3 4 Masquers 4 J J J
Robm Hood Gelsha Sen1or Play Commlttee
G1nny has gwen many humorous Sk1tS but
her dramatlc talent IS not l1m1ted to humorous
ketches for she has portrayed the most traglc
character IH Shake peares play Macbeth
Whether Glnny w1ll make use of thlS dramatlc
b1l1ty ln later l1fe we do not know but what
ever she does shell do Wlth v1m
FANNY I BELAGA
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Tennis 2 3 Masquers
Numerals MIDOF F Busmess Staif of Press
Shnmp may be d1m1nut1ve 1n stature but
she IS so Jolly that she IS very evldent to the
wxth her wztty remarks and 1rrepress1ble sm11e
Fanny has a tr1ck blush' We belleve she sum
mons It at w1ll for beneath her pose of demure
ness there lurks m1sch1ef
J J J 3 Latm Club 2 3 Glee Club 4 Operetta
4 Art Club 2 Assembly 4
Of Ehzabeth we know very llttle because of
her qu1et manners What she can do she never
tells to anyone Yet that she can do thlngs we
know from her scholastlc record All we do
know of Ehzabeth IS pralseworthy She IS
earnest and s1ncere 1n all her work
Lum Club Boys A A Chemlstry Club A
sembhes J J J Interclass ACtlVltlES
11 ever you are hungry from the tedlum of
classes hunt up Sam He has saved us from
tazvatlon when cafe perxods have not yet loomed
on the horlzon Th1s unselfish tralt IS very
typlcal ot Sam He IS always cheerful and a
Tu enty three
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Track 2 3 4 Treasurer Boys A A Lacrosse
Interclass Athle 1cs 2 3 4 Swlmmmg Team
Jxmmle our Beau Brummell par excel
lence xn Splte of h1s apparent mdolence has
marked ab1l1ty ln many llnes As an A A rep
resentatlve and a partlclpant 1n athletlcs he
excels When lt comes to traD drummlng
Jlmm es usual dreamxness dlsappears and he
15 rzght there ln person
EURITH M BLAMBERG
The best th1ngs come ln small packages
Eurlth has been a good classmate always amz
able and conversatlonal During her years at
Forest Park she has found her way mto e
hearts of many May she contmue to be the
good frlend out 1h the world that she has been
at Forest Park
Edltor 1n Chxef Forest Park Press Assistant
Club President 4 Class Officer3 4 Boys Leader
Club 4 Assemblles J J J Interclass Athletlcs
Of all our workers here IS one of the leaders
He puts his best lnto all he does and he demon
strates h1s s1ncer1ty on all occaslons Under h1s
guxdmg hand and 1n response to h1s unfalhng
labor our Press has grown and flourlshed Hls
wrt and cleverness have tlded hlm through a
year of splendld edxtorshlp
Radlo Club Llterary Soclety Art Club J J J
2 3 Track 4 Senxor Play 4 Press Staff 3 4
Tel er we re commg Stanley Thxs xs only
one of the many crles that can be heard pursumg
thls promlsxng young athlete who has set a
startlmg new record 1n the t1me taken to reach
the home room on the fourth floor from the car
l1ne He IS noted also for h1s knowledge of
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HAROLD AKEHURST BOND
Interclass Athletxcs 2 3 4 J J J 3 Latm Club 2
Harold IS a Jolly good fellow who has been
generally accepted as a mathematlcal wxzard
Hxs ready sense of humor has never so far as
we know deserted hxm m a txght place
DRUCILLA M BOWERS
Art Club 3 Decoratlon Commlttee Halloween
Dance Semor Play Commxttee
Dru IS one of those glrls who IS contmually
spendmg study or cafeterxa perxods ln the art
room Th1s proves her mdustrlous nature Per
haps she was work1ng away ln her capacxty as
a member of the commlttee on costumes for the
Semor Play We feel sure that whatever she
has done has benefitted the school
Varslt Football Track Pres1dentJun1or Class
Jun1or Prom Commlttee
There IS no use saymg anythmg more the
name alone tells you the whole story Scholar
shlp athlet1cs character or what have you We
only wxsh to add that Jack through hls many
endeavors and ready smxle has won the mayor
place ln the hearts of many of us
Chemlstry Club 4 Semor Play Wrestlmg 2 3
Interclass Sports 4
Izzy seems qulet to those who do not know
h1m but hlS frlends know that 1f sxlence IS really
golden Izzy has no Scotch ancestry He has
an undlsputable sense of humor and enyoys noth
mg better than a good argument a tendency
whlch he does not always re tram during class
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F. Clubg Leader Clubg Chemistry Clubg J. J. J.g
M AMANDA BROWN
Leader Club 4 Semor Class Play Art Club 2 3
4 Masquexs 4 Po try Club 3 4 Lat1n Club 3
Glee Club 4
Poet Palnter Dramatlst Amanda lS all three
c mb ned Her poetry may often be found ID the
Pres and 1n the annals of the poetry club
Her 011 palntlng are quxte a feature 1n the art
loom and her dramatlc ab1l1ty IS worthy of
Interclass Teams 2 3 4
Melvln Buckingham has an outstandmg scho
lastlc record whlch has galned h1m a noteworthy
place among h1s fellow classmates At all tlmes
he has lent a helpmg hand to those less fortu
nate than he 1n thelr scholastxc endeavors and
he has proved to be a true pal to h1s frlends
St mp Club 4 B Squad TGHHIS 4 Interclass
Beho'd o e of the outstandmg artlsts of our
class Abram 1S dlstmgulshed as a sculptor and
dell hts 1n moldmg a plece of clay untll lt turns
lnto a shapely figure He IS at present study
mg at the Malvland Inst1tute and we shall not
be surprlsed at some future date to read that he
has be n presented w1th the Rhmehardt scholar
Art Club 2 Tennls 2 Masquers 4 Latin Club 4
Chemlstry Club 4 May Festlval
Ev IS known for her excellent knowledge of
Engllsh and hel good marks She IS also a great
patron of the theater Whether Evelyn w1ll be
a teacher wrlter or what not we do not know
but most llkely llterature w1ll play a large part
IH her lxfe
EDMUND P BURKE
Bllly Burke ms reported to have graduated
wlth a dlploma for dodgmg work Many a true
word has been sald m Jest but we all know
Bllly 15 a regular feller He has been caught
workmg once or twxce Nevertheless he has
the makmg of an excellent englneer
MILDRED H BUTLER
French Club Glrls Leader J J J 3 Interclass
Athletlcs Treasurer Homeroom 3 4 Latm Club
Banquet Commlttee Chemlstry Club 4 Art
Club 2 3 Assemblies
Nobody ever calls her Mlldred She IS Petle
to all who know her Thats how well we llke
her A charmlng personallty our Petle has
She always greets you wlth a pleasant smile and
nf you ask her to do anythmg she says Sure'
MARGARET E CHAMBERS
Interclass Athletxc Halloween Dance Com
Mooney IS a llttle black halred ma1den who
IS always smllmg She IS loved by everyone
and no wonder' Whether busily engaged 1n con
versatlon or conclentlously studylng she IS
always ready to lend a helpmg hand to her
comrades Mooney IS certamly endowed wlth
a dellghtful enthusxasm
Boys Leader Club F Club Assemblies J J
J Varslty Soccer 3 Wrestl1ng2 3 Football Team
4 Student Actlvlty Bank Class Officer Busmes
Staff of F ORESTER Interclass Athletics
Behold' Our Shmmg Light' Introducmg none
other than Ben Chertkof' He 15 always ready
to work and has many fine qualxtxes Hls mar
velous flair for oratory should prove an asset ln
the field of law whlch Benny mtends to enter
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Girls A A Track Meet 2 3 4 Interclass Ath
letics 2 3 4 Varsity Teams Tennis
Of Forest Parks many athletes one of the
best is Katherine Her spirit and ability are of
the best and to see a demonstration of them one
needs to view only one game in which she IS a
player With all of her fine qualities she re
mains qulet and unassuming
Class Officer Interclass Athletics Assemblies
J J J 3 4 Operetta Art Club
Bob is one of these fellows whom we would
term O K Although retiring of nature Bob
formed his niche in Forest Park and filled it
activities but also in the cartoon drawing for
the school paper These cartoons reflect his
love for lghter art Bob IS a regular feller
in all respects
Tenms 2 3 Interclass Athletics 2 3
Behold our bowling champion' You had bet
ter not try to cross him 1n his own game lf you
do not want a good beating Bowling is not
his only achievement for he is a good sports
man in many games He has played well on
Forest Park 3thl9tlC teams and has proved hlm
self very versatile in the field of sports
Interclass Athletics 2 3 4 J J J 3 Class Officer
2 Latm Club 2
I-oward Cohen is one of those fellows who 1S
o'ten seen but very seldom heard Although
modest and retiring Howard has taken part ln
many lnterclass athletics He has many pleas
mg mannerxsms which have endeared hlm to the
class and to many of the lower classmen
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Chemlstry Club Interclass Athletlcs Latln Club
Art Club Track 4
Tom entered Forest Park about a year and
a half ago Although he has not been wlth us
long he has made many frlends especlally
among the falr sex by h1s good nature and
flashlng smlle He lS a hard player ln sports
and ln other thmgs too
DOROTHY ELIZABETH CONNER
Edltor ln Chlef of Foxssran Presldent of Glrls
Leader Club 4 Bus1ness Manager of Press 4
Robln Hood The Geisha Sophomore and Semor
Chrlstmas Plays D S A Pledge Interclass Ath
l tlcs 2 3 4 Numerals Assemblies Class Officer
2 3 4 Senator 2
Here we have the sm1l1ng lovable sunny Dot
who has captured every heart ln the class and
we ask nothlng more than to be among her
fr1ends Where you End work you find Dot
gnvmg her servlces and her advxce 1n the same
genxal Splflt that IS so characterlstxc of her sweet
EVELYN HARRIET CONWAY
Basketball 2 3 B Team 4 Varsxty Squad 4
Tennxs Tournament 2 3 4 Latm Club 2 4 Glee
Club 2 4
We dont hear much from Evelyn because she
IS qulet and unobtruslve One hardly knows she
IS ln the room Perhaps lf more people were as
quiet as Evelyn they would be wlser Not many
people know that the secret of Evelyns glowmg
health and vltahty IS her two mile walk t
school every mornmg
GLENNA E DADDS
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Latm Club 4
A plquant face framed m wavy brown haxr
that lS Glenna Her favorite hobby lS makmg up
people so rf 1n later years you come upon a
dainty beauty shoppe wlth Mlle Glenna as the
propr etor you can bet on lts belng our Glenna
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Rad1O Club 2 3 Vlce Pres dent Oratorlcal So
cxety 2 3 Class Offices 2 3 Interclass Athletlcs
Chemlstry Club 4
Let us mtroduce Henry Davls another of the
sculptors of our class Among hls many and
xaued lnterests comes hlS membersh1p xn the
Radlo and Art Clubs He tells us l1ttle about
h s personal affalrs and school act1v1t1es but we
suspect that he IS plannlng to be an enslgn m
Uncle Sam s Navy
Class Athletxcs Calendar 3 Chemlstry Club 4
Lonssr R Staff Class Pres1dent 2
In Martm we find great talent as evldenced by
h1S work as art edltor of the FORESTER The 1928
Calendar Wh1Ch we all admlred was a result of
hard work on Martlns part He never seems
to let tr1fles worry hlm and always looks on the
brxght slde of all his problems
ANTHONY DEL NEGRO
Varslty Soccer 2 3 4 Interclass Sports Track
Andy IS a good natured sort of boy obllglng
and always ready to help his classmates H1s
Jov1al d1spos1t1on has not only helped hlm to
stand 1n Wlth the boys but has galned h1m
mwny fr1e'1ds of the opposite sex H1s splendid
stlck to It IVE quallty has enabled h1m to
engage successfully ln athletlcs
ELEANOR R DEW
Intm Club 4 J J J 3 Interclass Athletics
V11s1ty Teams 2 3 4 Tennls Glrls F Club
Senlor Prom Commlttee
Eleanor knows all sorts of thmgs about all
sorts ol' people and the trouble IS that she uses
her knowledge but nobody seems to mlnd she s
so good natured herself In short Eleanor Dew
IS Just the type of person we llke to have around
to keep us 1n a cheerful mood
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Chem1stry Club Interclass Athletxcs 2 3
John IS one of the few who have arrlved at the
concluslon that m order to be a ladles man It
IS necessary to be a man s man first Th1s pol1cy
has won h1m a large number of frlends of both
WILLIAM H DE WOLF JR
Trea urer of Semor Clas Treasurer of Alt
Club 2 L:1t1n Club 2 3 4 Operetta 2 Chrlst
ma'-1 Play 2 3 4 Secretary H1 Y Club 2 3 4
J J J Secretary of M squers 3 4 Senlor Play
Farcwcll As cmbly Comnn tee A sembhes
When WllllamS name IS m nt1oned one just
n'1tur'1lly thmks of dramat c for throughout h1s
l1 e W1ll1am has read and seen the best plays
and has partxclpated 1n most of the class plays
H1 dmlornacy s lf pos ess on and cheerful d1s
posltlon have gamed hlm the fflendshlp of the
m:11or1ty of the class
MARY ANN DOUGLAS
Latm Club 2 3 Art C1ub 2 3 Presxdent Poetry
Club G1rls Leader Club 4 Jolly Junior Jublle
Hers 1S the ra e and prec ous g1ft of poetry
Powever that IS not hex only g1ft for of all the
people we know there IS none Wllh a sweeter
d1s'Jos1t1on or a mo e un s um1ng and under
standmg nature H r mus1cal and art1st1c ab1l1
tes a e of no mean quallty
Intcxca Athletlcs Art Club Latln Club J J
J Senlor Hallowc en Dance Commlttec
It IS hard to find a n1cer more modest glr
that E the Es IS not only known for er
excellent art work but for her fine marks A
for Esther herself what more could we say
than shes pure gold cear through
ROSEMARY VIRGINIA DUGAN
Here IS a belle from old V1rg1n1a' We had
only to meet Rosemary rn order to l1ke her
Smce we have known her she has galned both
popularlty and frlends w1th her Wlnlllflg South
IRVIN EBAUGH JR
Interclass Athletlcs 3 4 Class Presldent 2 3
Lacrosse 3 Swimming Team 1
Gxrls gaze upon the best dancer ln the semor
class Irv1n IS full of fun and IS a good pal He
stlcks through thlck and th1n He makes h1m
self known around school 1n many CHPHCIIIGS
He IS decldedly unselfish w1ll1ng to help
body and w1ll1ng for anybody to help hxm
Latm Club 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 2 3 4 Treas
mer 4 J J J 5 Banquet Commlttee 4 As
If you have seen a very well dressed semor
w th a sophlstlcated alr strollmg down the cor
udor you upon acquaintance fxnd her to be a
Hne glrl and a true friend Under her alr of
sophlstlcatlon there l1es all the qualltles neces
sary to make her an excellent student and a
llr8 long comrade
NORMAN R ELLIS
Boys A A 2 Lacrosse 3 Football 3 J J J
Interclass Athletxcs 2 3 4 Chemlstry Club
Reds IS prevented by modesty on hrs part
from telllng us of h1s past accompllshments but
we know he was a member of the class teams
Undoubtedly Reds ruddy blush Cwhlch mcl
dentally matches h1s halrl IS the envy of all
the fan sex Reds IS mterested IH forelgn trade
and army servlce We know he w1ll forge ahead
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Myra IS one of those whose motto IS laugh
and the world laughs wlth you So she laughs
who has seen Myra when she IS not laughing?
We dont know what Myra will be ln tlme to
ccme but we dont lmagxne shell be a math
JOHN HERMAN ENGEL JR
Interclass Athlet1cs 2 3 4 B Squad Soccer
Manager Golf Team 4 Chemlstry Club 4 Senlor
Johnny IQ a golf player We often see h1m
makmg a put or pract cmg a beautlful stroke
However all h1s txme has not been spent 1m1
tatmg Bobby Jones for he was a player on
the soccer team and also has taken an 3Ct1Ve
LUCIENNE E ENGLEMAN
Press Staff 3 4 Press Club Glee Club Poetry
Club Halloween Dance Commlttee 4 As
semblles Latln Club 4 Asslstant Club Edltor
Here xs a worker lf ever there was one In
the ollice the audltorxum the Press room the
co tume room Lu can be found after school
hard at work helpmg somebody Lu has am
bxtlons to become a Journalist or edltor and at
the rate she IS now going she ll get there pretty
PHOEBE MAE ENSOR
Glee Club 2 4 J J J 3 4 Chrlstmas Play 29
Phoebe IS the demure member of our class
but behmd her calm countenance there hes the
voxce of a lark and a sunny dlsposltxon Always
smlllng and Wllllng to be of servlce she has
won a place IH our hearts whlch no other w1ll
ever be able to take We are sure that you w1ll
be a success Phoebe
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GEORGE HOWELL EVANS
Latm Club 3 4 Chemlstry Club 4 Senlor Class
Whenever you hear no can do you may be
sure that Evans IS near However we hardly
thlnk this expresslon fits hxm for h1S school ac
compllshments belle these words We see from
hls past performances that George shows prom
156 as a future author for none of hrs WI'lt1I1gS
seem to contaln h1S favorlte expresslon
EMILY W FEARS
Art Club 2 Decoratlon Commlttee Halloween
Dance Senlor Play Commxttee
Emxly IS one of these qulet people who keep on
ploddlng along 1n sllence untll they get some
where Her mam Interest IS art for she can
usually be found IH the art room even before
she became actlve as a deslgner of Shakespear
ean costumes for Twelfth Nlght
M LOUISE FEE
Latln 2 3 4 Tenms 2 3 4 J J J 3 4 Inter
class Athletlcs 2 3 4 Track Meet 2 3 Numer
als Mlnor F
It IS unposslble to overlook LOUISE for she
IS one of our red heads She 1S always pleasant
and scowl" Why she doesnt know how' May
be her dlsposltlon Wlll change when she becomes
a graduated school marm but we doubt It for
Loulse has never been known to be angry or
hold a grudge
ANNA ELIZABETH FERRIS
Class Officer 3 B Basketball 4 Interclass
Sports 2 3 4 Volleyball Varslty 3 4 Athletlc
Meets 2 3 4 J J J 3 4 A A Representatlve 4
Annas laughter seems to bubble over from
sheer good humor Work and play are two
merry fellows hvmg contentedly together wxth
ln her Llfe and bouy ancy are the keynotes
of her character
Stage Committee of Semor Play Assemblies
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Fltzy 19 one of the most dependable fellows
ln the class If you ask h1m to help out he can
always be counted upon to cooperate to the best
of hls ab1l1ty He was back stage helping out
on every play durmg the year Gordon IS very
modest and retlrmg but extremely helpful
Varslty Teams 2 3 4 Year Teams 2 3 4 Sopho
more Play J J J 2 3 Tenms 2 3 F Club 3
4 Class Oiilcer 2 3
To Flea you need no lntroductlon It was
probably the ease w1th Wh1Ch she skipped over
lofty h1 h Jump that gave her her mckname
her remarkable skill ln athletlcs has won her
fame and frlends We hope Flea that l1fe
w1ll be no harder for you than the fift ard
Boys A A 2 Varslty Tenms 2 4 Varslty Bas
ketball 3 4 Boys Leader Club 3 4 Interclass
Athletlcs 2 3 4 Senlor Assemblles 4 Athletlc
Representatwe 2 3
Sylvan or Harold or what have you? We
speak to Sylvan 1n passmg and one mmute later
meet h1m agaln Sylvans cleverness on the
basketball court 1S augmented by h1s opponents
mystllied perplexxty when they see him two
places at once Tenms IS also the forte of the
graduatmg half of the Fox tw1ns
ELEANOR B FRANKLIN
J J J 2 3 Latm Club 2 3 4 Masquers 3
Here IS a carefree lxttle lass wlth an ever
present smlle Her calm IS never dlsturbed and
her temper remalns unruflled She possesses
galety and charm that are always dellghtful
Her art1st1c ab1l1ty IS of a fine quallty and
always the object of our slncere admlratlon
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LOUISE VIRGINIA FRANTZ
Art Club 2 3 F Club 4 Varslty Teams 3 4
One seldom hears Loulses name mentloned
wxthout connectmg lt w1th athletlcs Hockey
basketball and volleyball are her star perform
'mnces Further proof of her ablhty IS dlsplayed
xn her membershlp ln the F Club the hxghest
athletxc honor awarded 1n the school We w1ll
not forget thls qulet steadfast schoolmate
Secre ary of H1 Y Club Interclass Teams Var
slty Track and Soccer Teams Buslness Staff of
Press J J J 3 4
Indeed Eddle I5 a true gentleman Qulet
and consclentlous IS he but he does not devote
all hls tlme to thmkmg for he has partlclpated
actlvely IH track and soccer Edd1e mtends to
take up banklng and we w1sh hxm all the suc
cess 1n the world Go to It Eddxe'
Cherry Blossom Transcrxptlon Staff of Fon
ESTER Interclass Athletlcs Buslness Staff of
To all outward appearances Sylvla IS as quxet
as a mouse But to us who are 1n dally contact
wlth her the spontaneous nature that exlsts
behmd her qulet demeanor IS very evldent
Looklng mto the future we prophesy that she
w1ll some falr day be the stenographer of some
bxg Butter and Egg man
Track Team 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Class Officer 4
Jxmmy keepmg up the famlly tradltxon has
accomphshed much around school He goes ln
for evervthlng and derlves much benefit there
from He IS a frlendly chap has a smlle for
everybody and a grudge agamst no one When
lie leaves he w1ll leave a host of frxends behmd
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Athletlcs Oneretta 4 Bus1ness Stall of Press
Now we come to the fore1gn member of our
class Morrxs Fr1eman ahas Marcus De Frxb
Some day Marcus expects to see hxmself ln
prmt for he surely can compose those comps
wlth or1g1nal1ty Hls detective stories are espe
clally worthy of notlce bemg orlgmal m thought
and hair I'8lSll'1g ln effect
LEVALD F GAMSE
Chemlstry Club 4 Interclass Sport 2 3 4 J J
J 3 B Squad Football 4 Lacrosse 3
When Levald leaves this stately structure we
wxll have one less radxcal ln the school Levald
lsnt bad despxte hxs rad1cal1st1c ideas as he al
ways has a cheerful grm Wlth whlch to greet
everyone Levald has lent h1s cooperatlon to
many act1v1t1es and through h1s help many of
our class projects have been forwarded
ETHEL IDA GASKEL
French Club 3 4 Latln Club 2 3 4 Chemxstry
Club 4 Art Club2 3 Glrls Leader Club 4 Class
Ofhcer 3 Cha1rman Semor Farwell Assembly
Immaculate ln dress IS Ethel Tall and sllm
she IS of some HSSISLHHCG m classes taught by the
other sex We shall remember Ethel for her
lntrlgulng manner but most of all we shall re
member her as the very able chairman of our
lmpresslve Farewell Assembly
ELIZABETH V GEPPI
Latin Club 2 3 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Tennis 2 3 4 Chrlstmas Play 1
Bettv IS one of the people who make llfe
more pleasant She smlles contlnuously wheth
er struggllng Wlth some terrlble school work
or just pleasure huntmg W1th her wmmng
smlle and wxllmgness ever to serve she has won
her way mto our mldst We know the children
w1ll love her when she becomes a full fledged
KATHRYN E GIBSON
Leader Club Glee Club 2 Art Club 2 Varslty
Hockey 2 3 4 Latm Club 3 4 Cha1rman Semor
Inaugural Assembly TGHDIS 2 3 Chalrman Step
Slnglng Numerals MIHOF F
Kay IS one of Forest Parks best all round
c1t1zens She IS always workmg for her class
1n VHTIOUS ways Who could forget the capable
and charmmg chalrman of the Senlor Inaugural
Assembly 1n Feb1uary'7 Her personallty has
made her many frlends and her good sportsman
shlp has undoubtedly alded her 1n keepmg them
Glee Club 3 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Tenms
2 3 4 J J J 3 BUSINESS Staff of Press Class
Cec1l 15 one of those small petlte red heads
wno contrary to usual stat1st1cs 1S qulte sweet
and lf she IS subject to a temper nothlng IS
known of lt Cec1l never refuses a1d to her
frlends and to the class Her many frlends wlsh
her great success on the Journey of l1fe
GERALDINE G GOLD
J J J Operetta 4
Gerry s bewxtchmg smxle has always cheered
her chums Her jolly banter1ng IS always backed
by a s1ncer1ty of purpose and ldealS that few
can equal We dread the day when we must say
good bye to you Gerry but we hope that
youll succeed 1n all you do
BERNICE L GOLDBERG
Interclass Athletxcs Art Club Lat1n Club
Chemlstry Club Press Staif Numerals J J J
Woe be unto h1m who falls under the spell of
her eyes for eyes l1ke hers are few but Ber
me IS no s1ren She 15 charmmg sweet and
attractlve W1th all of her gayety and llght
heartedness she has her SBTIOUS slde too for
she IS both senslble and pract1cal
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4 Buslness Staff of Press
Betty IS qulet and shy but after you have
become acquamted wlth her you dlscover her
generous and cheerful dxsposltlon She IS a
good stenographer and typlst but IS ln doubt
whether to become a nurse or enter the busmess
world In exther capaclty we are sure that
Betty wlll be a success
Interclass Athletics 2 3 4 Chemlstry Club
Latln Club Class Officer 4
Abe IS one of the good natured boys of the
class He IS glfted w1th the ab1l1ty to argue but
qulte a frlendly manner HIS sklll as an execu
tlve was evxdenced by the manner 1n whlch he
carrled on h1s class advlsory meetmgs
In our fourth year there came to us a smart
young lady from Oxford Oxford did you say"
Of course-Pennsylvanla She has been w1th us
only a short tlme but she had made herself r1ght
at home as can be proved by her popularlty
Goody IS one of those fellows of the ready
wt type He always has some form of wise
crack ready He does hls part rn many thmgs
but he IS best as an orchestra leader Hrs or
chestra the Senior Slzzlmg Sextet would
no have gone over brg rf lt had not been for
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Baseball 2 3 4 Soccer 3 4 Interclass Teams
2 3 4 Boys Leader Club Boys F Club
Put' Put' Put' Here comes Reds on h1s
motorcycle Ben IS an adept soccer as well as
baseball player He holds his mayor F be
cause of his pos1t1ons on the varsity teams We
know after June that hell be 3ust as mdustrlous
as he has been at Forest Park
IRVING M GORDON
Track Team Football Manager 4 Interclass Ath
let1cs 4 3 4 F Club Jun1or Varsity Basketball
Ladies and Gentlemen allow us to present Mr
Irvmg Gordon or Box1ng Irving Gordon as he
is frequently called Due to his great fasc1na
has obtained for himself a position that anyone
would be proud to possess the managership of
the Football team
J J J 3 4 Operetta 4 Class Athletics Class
Officer Assemblies Press Agent H1 Y Club
We all remember Jlmmle as the man behind
the scenes The Jubilee The Geisha and
various assemblies profited by h1s school sp1r1t
and enthusiasm J1mm1e is a real pal and a
true friend His humorous say1ngs have fur
nished a complete antidote for many an acute
case of blues
LOUIS B GORSUCH
Interclass Athletics St Patricks Dance Commxt
tee June Week Comm1ttee
Ask any F P g1rl and you will hear the op1n
1on He IS just wonderful' All we have to say
IS Lou IS a real technical gentleman and lf you
reallle the full slgmficance of that term you will
reahze our affection for Lou
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J J J 3 4 Home Economlcs 3 4 Chemxstry
Club Interclass Athletxcs 2 3 4 Assemblles
Apparently Gravy always has a good txme
She has been mcknamed Sahara for no good
reason at all that can readily be seen It would
be far more approprlate to compare her to an
08515 than to the desert for her rxpplmg laughter
IS refreshmg and her conversatlon far from dry
Latm Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 German
Club 4 Operetta J J J Interclass Athletlcs
Jeanette IS the mghtmgale of our class and
wxth her lovely notes has the power to hold us
spellbound Muslc hath charms xndeed Her
talent xs great and should carry her up the
ladder of success As a frlend she IS loyal and
beloved by all but like the Slnglng hermlt
thrush she must be sought
Class teams 2 French Club 3 4 Latm Club
G1rls Leader Club Vxce Presldent 4 Glee Club
4 Art Club 3 J J J 3 Operetta 4 St Pat
rxcks Dance Commlttee Banquet Commlttee
Gxrls Varslty Basketball Manager 4
Janes frlends are many and one does not
wonder lf one knows Jane A loyal smcere
frlend a good sport and a jolly good fellow IS
Jane Her cheery smile and bllthesome manner
have brxghtened many days at Forest Park
Glee Club 2 Latm Club 2 J J J 3 4 German
Club 4 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Numerals
One of Dots best qualltles 15 her loyalty
She lS friendly to everyone and lf you make a
frlend of her you w1ll Fmd her steadfast and
loyal She IS by nature mcllned to be rather
quxet but you wlll be surprxsed at her executwe
MARY EVELYN HAMILTON
Basketball Tennxs 2 Art Club 2
Better late than never but better never late
IS the one adage that descr1bes Evelyn perfectly
She IS always on tlme and IS always ready to
helo She has a sm1le for everyone and
sho t a jolly d1spos1t1on One often hears her
cheerful laugh lSSl11l'1g from the Home Eco
Athletlcs Assemblles J J J T6I11'l1S 4
Dorsey came to th1s school SIX years ago as a
b w1ldered youngster As he advanced through
the years he lost h1S tlmldness and became a
corkmg good fellow Now as he IS at the end
of the long tra1l he IS maklng hlS presence felt
We w1sh Dorsey much success 1n later years
Lat1n Club 4 Home Econom1cs Club 3 4 J J J
Vlrg nla 1S one of those qulet glrls who belleve
1:1 the saymg S1lence IS the best ornament of
women However V1rg1n1a IS not so qulet that
she has not gathered a large c1rcle of fr1ends
Needless to say she IS a good hstener V1rg1n1a
surveys people and thlngs around her says httle
and forms her own op1n1ons
EDWARD L HARRIS
Interclass Athlet1cs Class Officers J J J
Edd1es soft but firm vo1ce has made a h1t
wth hlS fellow classmates He was the class
pres1dent for two very successful years Bang'
Ouch' Oh' Here comes Eddl6S bouncmg
bonn1e LIZZIG and what a car' Boy we have had
some plp t1mes ln lt
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Club 3 4 Art Club 2
Thls V1rg1n1a IS a modermst but IS she good ln
Home Ec V Just go up to the Home Ec depart
m nt and you w1ll find V1rgm1a entlu'alled ln
some domest c problem V1rg1n1a s plans for the
future are as yet unknown but we fancy shell
make use of her domestlc abllxty in some way
HARRY CRICKARD HAUPT, JR
Class Athletxcs 2 3 4 J J J B Team Bas
ketball 4 Class Officer 3
Harry IS one of the most consclentxous work
ers ln the class He at once becomes the friend
of all who know h1m and he IS very well known
A great pal and a wllhng worker'
MARY LODEMA HAYLECK
Glrls Leader Club 4 Art Club 2 Poetry Club
3 4 Latln Club 2 4 J J J 3 4 Masquers 4
D S A Pledge
ple out of dlfficultles There are very few ln
our mldst who have not been dehghted by her
mus1c or by her lovely poetry When everyone
else faxled Mary managed to accomphsh her
purpose Thus we see that Marys motto IS
NORMAN S HEANEY
V1ce Pres1dent H1 Y Club 4 Boys Leaders Club
4 J J J 2 3 4 Manager Baseball Team 4 As
SOClat8 Edltor Press 4 Assembhes 3 4 Chrlst
mas Plays 2 3 B Squad Football 2 3
Quiet unobtrus1ve but extremely lnterestmg
and good natured that descrlbes th1s well lxked
member of the class of 30 Durmg h1s four
years ln the Senlor H1gh Norman has gaxned
frlends galore because of his wmmng smlle hrs
cooperatlve abnlxty and perhaps h1S wxtty
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He rs the who dxscovered the quahty pos
e sed by all Techmcal students It was not only
thxs great and marvelous dlscovery whlch makes
htm so well known and respected but also h1s
ab1l1ty to use the quahty m everyday hfe
MARGARET E HILGARTNER
Glee Club 2 4 Home Economlcs Club 2 3 4
Robm Hood lnterclass Athletics 2 3 4 J
Art Club 2 3 Busmess Staff of Press
Ever notice a ilammg red head? That IS our
Margaret Her wmmng and Jolly personality
has won for her many friends Margaret has
glven her support to many actlvltles Reds
may your path be as brlght as your haxr'
Boys Leader Club 4 Assxstant Edxtor of Press
3 Assoc ate Edltor of Press 4 Stamp Club 2
3 4 Secretary 3 Advlsory Class Ofllcer 2 3
Gxlberts plcture lmpresses us wlth h1S deter
m1nat1on As we all know G1ll has accom
pllshed much on the Press and yet h1s studxes
have not suffered as he stands hlgh ln h1s class
We can see by the many artlcles he has wrltten
1n the press that he possesses wlt mgenulty and
CHARLES H HOFFBERGER
J J J 3 4 Manager of Tenn1s 4 Interclass
Sports Class Oiiicer 3 4
Hoffberger IS the track star of 1454 Is that
boy good? And how' He IS also a crackerlack
at tenms H15 frlends know hlm as a con
sclentxous chap To sum nt all up he IS a fine
ESTHER LEE HOFFBERGER
Latm Club 2 3 4 Dramatlc Club 3 4 Tenms
Though qulet and unobtrusxve Esther has
worked herself to the front of her class where
she IS respected and loved by her classmates
She has shown us a character well worth know
mg W th your smllmg countenance and deter
mmed solrlt we are certam the future holds
much for you Esther
ELMER B HOFFMAN
Sen or Latm Club Class Presldent 2 3 4 Rob
m Hood Operetta J J J 3 4 Interclass Ath
let1cs 2 3 4 Semor Play Senator 4
Hoff has earned his popularlty through
wo k ng hard and gxvmg h1s best unrestrlctedly
He has been everythmg from a cheer leader to
a class presndent Elmer has dramatxc talent
qualltles of leadership and a fine sense of humor
HAZEL WAKEFIELD HOFRICHTER
Latm Club 3 4 Art Club 3 Glee Club 3 4
Operet a 4 Semor Banquet Commlttee Glrls
Leader Club 4 Interclass Athletlcs J J J 3
Anyone who saw the playlet Dldo and
Aeneas gxven by the Latm Club w1ll remem
ber the lovely Tyr1an Dldo Really the dark
gracxous queen was our own Hazel whose dra
mat1C ablllty has been qulte marked Hazel IS
known for her conslstently good marks and lxk
DOROTHY B HOLDEN
Interclass Athletlcs J J J 3 Numerals Art
Club 2 Latm Class 2 3 Glee Club 4 Operetta 4
If you would have a good frlend seek out
Dot She ns qulet and rather retlrmg but she
can be exther Jolly or serlous to fit your humour
Dorothy we have found somethmg of nobleness
m you and know that lt will lead to happmess
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Art Club 4 Chem1stry Club 4 Sen1or Chrlstmas
Play J J J 3 4 Operetta 4
When Mary laughs everyone near her follows
her example and she IS laughmg most of the
tune Wlth characterlstxc good sportsmanshlp
she laughs at those people who seem to dehght
1r1 teasmg her unt1l they themselves have to
laugh wlth her Wherever Mary Holllfield IS
there IS merrlment and there are fr1ends
Interclass Athletlcs Tennls 2 3 4 J J J 2 3
4 Home Economlcs Club 3 4
Dorothy IS our seamstress She not only makes
her clothes and l1kes the Job but she looks as
1f she were fitted by a professxonal tallor Our
demure l1ttle domestxc enjoys klCk1l'1g her heels
IF t1me to mus1c as she demonstrated 1n the
Jub1lee Le s hope Hops dlmples w11l be as
much 1n evldence m the future as they are now
NAN VIRGINIA HOSKINS
Advlsory Class Pres1dent 2 3 4 Class Rlng
Leader Club 4 FoREs'rER Staff Operetta
Glnny our possessor of fine execut1ve ab1l
lty IS also one of our shmmg examples Wlth
h gh ldeals and amb1t1ons well she has made
her mark 1n h1gh school Just as she 15 sure to
do 1n l1fe Her sm1l1ng dlmples and soothlng
VOICE are sure to help her ln a most successful
SAMUEL H HOUSTON
Vars1ty Soccer R1i'le Team Interclass Athletlcs
For hes a Jolly good fellow whlch nobody
can deny applles to Sam Although he 1S not
related to the famous Houston of Texas we hope
and know that Sam w1ll ach1eve as much and
more Our op1n1on of h1m IS the h1ghest and we
are proud to call h1m Our Sam
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MARTHA C HOWARD
Class Officer 2 3 Latln Club 3 4 Art Club 2
Girls Leader Club 4 Class Athletlcs 2 3 FOR
Esrxsrz Staff CH1stor1anJ Farewell Assembly
Commlttee Chemlstry Club 4
We know Forest Park w1ll be sorry when
Martha leaves Not once has her name missed
belng on the Honor Roll and thls last half lt
was on the Llst of Dlstlnctlon Her capablhty
won for her the posltlon of Hlstorlan of our
year book Because of her line and noble char
acter we are proud to call her a leader
MARTHA JOSEPHINE HUBBARD
German Club Home Economlcs Club
Gay and fun lovlng wlth a smlle almost from
ear to ear IS Martha She IS always happy and
always Sl'Illl1I1g By nature Martha IS sweet and
bubblmg over w1th her ready good humor
We all admlre her frlendllness and gaxety
FRANK M HUNT
Sta e Comm1ttees for Plays Assemblles Com
Frank IS quxet and unassummg but he cer
tamly knows h1S motors B9SldeS nurslng mo
tors and the l1ke Frank studles very xntensely
He has put ln much tlme helpmg put plays over
from behmd the scenes
MARGARET ELLEN IJAMS
J' J J 3 4 MIHOY F Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Assemblies Glee Club Home Economlcs Club
3 4 Halloween Dance Commlttee
A cute glrl wlth an attractxve personallty a
charmmg fxankness and lf the testlmony of va
rlous young men be correct an ab1l1ty to fol
low any dance step her eager partners feel l1ke
leadlng There we have Margaret Her ab1l1ty
m athletlcs and an actlve lnterest IH Home Eco
nomlcs make her one of our most versatlle glrls
Latm Club 2 3 Boys A A 2 3 Interclass
Max IS one ot the smallest people ln our class
Indeed he IS just a small package of fun and
good humor He goes about wlth an eternal
twmkle ln h1s eye and a grm from ear to ear
Besldes he IS Just full of m1sch1ef as anyone
cculd gue s from hxs Jovxal countenance
GLADYS LOUISE JANUARY
Chemlstry Club 4 Art Club 3 Latln Club 2
3 4 Masquers 4 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
J J J 3 Assemblles June Week Commlttee
Gladys surely knows how to rake 1n the ads
Indeed what would the class of 30 do w1thout
her to back ltS every pro1ect" Those ln our
a:lv1sory class w1ll remember February by her
humorous sketches glven 1n advlsory perlod We
know she w1ll contmue to make many frxends
as cheerfully as she has made them here
CHARLES E JENKINS
H1 Y Club Chemlstry Club Interclass Athlet
ICS Advlsory Class Officer 2 3 4 Lacrosse 3
J J J 3 B Squad Football Senlor Play
Charl1e s hobby IS horseback 1'ldll"lg and how
he can r1de' But he doesnt depend upon a
horse to carry h1m through life as he IS a w1ll
mg and hard worker Charles has been actlve
ln gettmg a lacrosse team 1n th1s school He IS
naturally one who leads the way
GRACE VANCOURT JONES
Press Agent J J J Class Ofhcer Interclass
To have known Grace IS to have known a true
frlend She IS one of the qu1et members 1n our
class Grace IS dependable as demonstrated by
the classroom offices she has held She IS also
a good sport and enjoys and partakes ln fun as
much as the rest of us
MARTIN LEE JONES
Spark Jones the radxo man of the Technlcal
D1v1s1on really knows hls dots and dashes If
you have any radxo troubles just brmg them to
Spark He puts the statxc IH radxos When
you get statlc you can get muslc and so It 15
Treasurer of Leaders Club Presldent of F
Club Varslty Teams D S A Pledge German
Club 4 Semor Class Play June Week Commlt
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Here IS our It g1rl We have never seen so
many sterling qualltles embodled IH one person
Her good sportsmanshlp leadershlp and frlend
shlp are her outstandmg qualltles whlle to name
her other ones would requlre a book Cheerful
and fun lovmg Lynn has won her way 1nto
the hearts of the student body
CAROLYN E KAPP
Jolly Jumor Jub1lee Class Officers Operetta
Interclass Athletlcs Busmess Staff of Press
Sweet blushmg malden that IS Klppy But
st11l waters run deep and she has a depth of
Jollmess and love of fun that makes her a favor
1te among her many frlends Kxppy wlshes to
enroll ln Drexel College and we all feel sure her
future hfe wlll be quite brlght
MILDRED RUTH KATZ
D S A Pledge Glrls Leader Club Glee Club
Latm Club Officer Chemistry Club Art Club
Robm Hood The Gelsha J J J 3 4 N
Mildred s pastxme about school we have found
ns looklng for work Stlll thls has not mter
ferred a whnt wxth Mxldreds splendld and re
markable scholarshm To her powers has been
added somethlng far rarer and greater absolute
honesty All her fine qllallt19S will insure her
succes IH the teachlng professlon
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J J J 3 4 Robm Hood The GelSha Glee Club
2 3 4 B Squad Soccer Interclass Athletlcs
They say that durmg Cal s first years at For
est Park h1s teachers were a constant worry to
hlm Now he IS a constant worry to them Hxs
attitude toward hxs lessons has always been a
bewlldered submlsslon to necessary ev11s How
ever there are other problems of lxfe whlch he
meets w1th more aggresslveness those pertam
mg to the heart rather than to the mmd
DOROTHY VIRGINIA KEILBAR
Class Olhcer 4 J J J 3 Home Econom1cs Club
3 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Tennls 2 3 4 Glee
Club 4 Busmess Staif of Press
A frxend xn need IS a frlend mdeed -our
Dot IS such' She IS a Jolly classmate but can
be serlous and we find ln her a warm smcere
frxend Someday soon we feel sure we shall see
a very effluent Dorothy ln the capaclty of
Somebodys Prlvate Secretary
WILLIAM D KELLEY
Interclass Athletlcs Junlor Prom Committee
Halloween Dance COmmltt69
B111 IS a quiet fellow who when aroused can
really accompllsh thmgs He IS always around
askmg 1f he may help In spare hours he spends
h1s t1me workmg ln the popular occupatlon of
Flzz s1c1an whlch IS the mam reason for so
many physxcxans bemg able to make a hvmg
RICHARD E KERSHNER
Chemlstry Club 4 L1terary Edltor of FORESTER
4 Advlsory Class Officer 4
Dlck IS one of our 1ndustr1ous members
Hls hobby seems to be travehng especlally m
Europe Cool and unassummg wlth a rare
sense of humor 15 D1ck H1s unfaxhng cooper
atlon ln every proyect has made hlm a loyal
Varslty Hockey 4 Interclass Athletics 2 3 4
1enn1s Tournament 2 4 Glrls Leader Club
Glrls F Club Prom Commlttee 4
Kxng e has proved herself a capable and ef
Licnent young lady b8Sld9S bexng a dandy athlete
Her frankness and Jolly comradeshxp have made
her a popular member of the class
LUCILLE V KIRKLEY
Prom Commxttee J J J 3 4 Interclass Athlet
:cs Numerals Mmor F Latm Club Halloween
Dance Commlttee Semor Play
Lou the gxrl of damty features and peaches
and cream complexlon What male heart has
no bee'1 captlvated by her blue eyes and sweet
manner? Thus a rare comblnatlon of beauty
and charm IS presented m our classmate
Class Officer 4 Student Actlvxty Bank Assem
bly Glrls Leader Club Buslness Staff of Press
Nora wlll long be remembered for her host of
virtues among whlch are a sense of humor tact
grace and poxse Above all she IS a loyal and
understandmg pal a real human frlend Our
wlsh to you Classmate IS an abundance of Joy
and a contented useful llfe
HENRY A KOENIG, JR
Boys A A Track Team 2 3 4 Interclass Ath
letlcs 2 3 4 Boys Leader Club 4 Soccer Team
H1 Y Club Senlor Play
Frlends Romans Countrymen lend me your
ears' Here we have Henry the actor who
shows his abxllty along thls llne through hlS
connectxons Wllh the Masquers H15 popularlty
wxth the falr sex is well known
Exchange Edltor Press Staff 4 Transcrlptxon
Edltor FORESTER Staf'f4 Glrls Leader Club Class
Oflicer Assemblles Art Club 2 3 J J J 4
Student Act1v1ty Bank
W1t and brllllance go hand ln hand and Anna
ha both w1th1n her grasp Ann IS noted for
her highly developed sense of humor and er
scholastxc ab1l1ty She lS one of the most
pendable glrls ln class and she proves her
pablhty by the many responslble posltlons s e
EDWIN LUTHER KRIEL
Llass Ofhcer 3 4 Assemblxes Interclass Athlet
lcs Boys A A 2 3
Eddle IS a ladles man decldedlyl He 1S al
ways surrounded by 'ghe ambltlous females of
our school who hope that some day he ll g1Ve
them a break It must be the halrcut or the
unconsc1ous dreamy expresslon he assumes
anyway It holds them The college that opens
1 s portals to you Eddle w1ll be sure of at
least one Beau Brummel
Walt IS a qulet fellow but when aroused he
can do wonders He works hard and he lets no
accldents lnterfere wxth his 8CtlVlt1eS He deco
rated the Gym for the Hallowe en Dance and due
to lllness he could not attend But he IS back
at work agaln Wlth a smlle
ANNA SUE LATTIER
Interclass Athletlcs Tenn1s Latln Club 4 Chem
lstry Club 4 J J J 3
Anna 15 one of those qulet types who fool you
No matter how qulet she IS one look lnto her
face whlch IS always smlllng shows she IS
full of fun and always IH for a good tlme Anna
IS a good student but her strong pomt IS French'
Transcrlptxon Staff of FORESTER Cherry Blos
som Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 Busmess Staff of
Press Tenms 3
Ida has a sense of humor and a fascmatmg
gxggle that endears her to her classmates and
lncldentally carries her over many hard bumps
Ida IS an excellent typlst even lf she IS d1S1D
clmed to hard work Her ambltlons are not
known but we w1sh her luck ln all her projects
FLORENCE ANNA LEACH
Latxn Club 3 4
Florence may not be very well known to all
of us because of her quxet and retlrmg manner
Stlll when one really knows her one finds a
sweet d1spos1t1on a deslre to please and a wxll
mgness to help She l1kes to play the plano
sw1m and to eat ollves But everyone beware
for th1s young lady possesses two very xmportant
points two blg black eyes and a ready smlle
F IRVIN LENNON
H1 Y Club Interclass Athletlcs J J J 3 Busl
ness Staff of Press
Whenever we see Irvln he IS ln a hurry He
IS one of our busy members as he has many
varled mterests IFVIH has the qualltles of a
real busmess man We wlsh h1m much success
ln th1s field
RUTH I LEVINE
Interclass Athletxcs 2 3 4 Masquers 4 Numer
als Mmor F Buslness Staff of Press Transcrxp
tlon Staff of Press Transcrlptlon Staff of FOR
EST!-:R Tenms 2 3
Ruth may be small but that IS no dlsadvantage
to her She IS one of the best natured glrls ln
our class w1th an ever ready smile for her
friends In class Athletics Ruth holds her own
with the best Th1s IS characterlstlc of her ln
anything she may undertake she puts ln every
ounce of energy avallable
SARAH C LEVINE
Glee Club 2 3 Rob1n Hood 2 Art Club 2 Chem
1stry Club 4 Class Room Treasurer 3 4 F011
1:s'r1:R Staff 4
S1s lb one of our most adm1rable classmates
Her 1mpersonat1ons cannot be excelled and her
ab1l1ty as a treasurer IS remarkable consxderlng
how Scotch some people are We re gomg to
m1ss you terrlbly SIS when we leave our
school days behmd
DONALD SELWYN LEVINSON
Varslty Swlmmlng 2 Varslty Tenn1s 3 4 Or
ches ra 2 3 4 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 RadlO
Cu 3 J J J 3
Don IS known as one of the best dressed boys
of the senlor class When he IS not dashlng
about town he IS dolng one of three thmgs
trymg to make a hole 1n two swmgmg a mean
racket for the alma mater or harmomzmg w1th
hlS sax He IS an enthuslastlc member of the
class who w1ll be remembered for h1s ab1l1t1es
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Sm1le and the World Smlles Wlth You Th1S
IS Sam Levys motto and lt has worked per
lectly Wlth hlm He IS a qulet and unassummg
chap and IS always ready to lend a w1ll1ng hand
Sam has latent poetlc powers whxch w1ll prob
ably sprout out at some unexpected tlme
Interclass Athletlcs Art Club Masquers The
Gexsha Busmess Staff of Press Assembly Track
We all know her as Smlllng Helen She 1S so
good hearted that she cannot help but attract
frxends And so we see her gomg through
classes oifermg her asslstance whenever needed
Helen has a varlety of mterests She l1kes dra
mat1cs and many w1ll remember her as a da1nty
l1ttle Jap 1n the Gelsha
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MARGARET SPRAGUE LIPPINCOTT
Girls Leader Club Poetry Club 3 4 Art Club
3 4 Latm Club 2 3 4 Chemistry Club 4
Press Staff Assemblies
Peggy IS our lnfant prodlgy She will have
Just attamed the rxpe old age of fifteen when
she graduates She has a veritable mama for
absorblng the dlctlonary at one Slttlng When
Peggy reads any of her themes aloud the class
has the opportumty to enlarge 1ts vocabulary
CARRINGTON L LOBBAN II
Latm Club 2 3 Camera Club 2 Operetta 2 3
Glee Club 2 3 Radl0 Club 2 H1 Y Club 2
Masquers 2 3 J J J 2 3 Interclass Athletlcs
2 3 Football 2
Everyone knows Reds But not everyone
knows of h1s talents whxch belong to the fields
ol muslc and art We knew before that he had
artlstlc ab1l1ty because we all admlred the sll
houettes wlth whlch he decorated Latm vocabu
lary sheets However we have Just learned that
he has even more talent m muslc
JAMES DOUGLAS LOCKARD
Latm Club 2 3 4 Presxdent 4 Art Club 2
Christmas Play 2 3 4 Senlor Commencement
Play Vxce Presldent of Semor Class Halloween
Dance Commlttee Senior Play Commlttee
Chanrman J J J Orchestra Assemblles Chaxr
man of Arbor Day Commlttee-Junlor Year
Doug IS a versatlle lad mdeed Hls scholas
t1c merlts share equal honors wxth hrs dramatxc
ablhty He can partlclpate ln anythmg whether
xt be brldge a dance or a dxfficult role ln a
play Although Doug seems dlgmfied and
aloof at first all of us who know h1m better have
found that hes a regular fellow
G ELIZABETH MABEN
J J J 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Operetta 4 As
semblles Art Club 4
Plupps IS the wxttxest cleverest and snap
plest of all our classmates Her w1t absolutely
cannot be excelled' She plays the piano wlth
much v1m and skxll Back of her Jolly exterxor
there rests a heart of gold and a steadfast deter
mmatlon to get ahead
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Asslstant Edltor of Fonssrrn The Gelsha
Leader Club Sports Edntor of the Press Mmor
F' Student Act1v1ty Bank Class Officer Robm
Hood Interclass Athletlcs Jolly Junlor Jubllee
Audrey has a br1ll1ant scholastlc record but
she also has other mterests at heart for she
loves to dance and she certamly IS a popular
young Mxss Her WllllI'1gl'lESS to help others and
s1ncer1ty and loyaltv to all have endeared her to
us She whole heartedly partlclpates ln any
chosen act1v1ty be lt studxes sports or recrea
tlon All success to her
IDA G MALLALIEU
Jub1lee Glee Club Buslness Staff of Press
Gaze upon a sweet and demure M1ss But
ghmpse of humor We know Ida to be mtelln
gent as she has graced the Lxsts of Honor quxte
frequently We do not see enough of her but
when she 18 ln school well to know her IS to
MARY H MANN
Interclass Athletlcs Halloween Dance Commlt
tee Senlor Prom Commlttee J J J 3 4
There are not many people lf any who have
known Mary and not 1mmed1ately succumbed
to her charms We have grown to love her
smlle and we thoroughly en1oy seemg her brown
eyes dance Mary IS symbollc of cheerfulness
and WllllIlgI1eSS to help others
HELEN E MARGOLIS
Glee Club 2 3 Assemblles
Helen belongs to that class of people who al
ways head the Honor Llst We can see why she
asplres to fame 1n the field of muslc for she
can play the plano beautlfully In the days to
come we ll thlnk of the l1ttle black halred Mxss
who won our hearts wlth her determxnatxon and
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Robm Hood Interclass Athletxcs Class Oflicer
A A Representatlve The Gelsha Treasurer
Senlor Play Busmess Staff of Press
Tall dalnty and sweet we always assoclate
that wlth Al Though retlrlng ln appearance
IH reallty Alta 1S one of the most dependable
grrls ln the class She IS also fond of sports and
has partlcxpated 1n almost all the mterclass ath
letxcs A g1r1 of her fine cahbre mtelllgence and
culture IS bound to be a success
MARIE REBA MASIL
Interclas Athletlcs Student Act1v1ty Bank Nu
merals Assembhes Transcrxptxon Staff of FOR
ESTER Class Officer Bus1ness Staff of Press
Mane appears to be the earnest tyoe but we
who know her admlre her fun lovlng d1spos1t1on
and sweet smlle In Marle we have found a
wlllmg helper 1n all there IS to be done She
is the kxnd of pal anyone would be proud to
Glrls Leader Club Glee Club 2 4 Classroom
Grace has always held our utmost esteem not
only because of her ab1l1ty at the art of study
mg but because of her wmnlng personality en
hanced by that perfect drawl Always am
bltxous to stay at the top she IS sure to accom
pllsh as much and make as many frlends ln col
lege as she has done at Forest Park
MARGARET BELLE MCCAULEY
Class Athletlcs 2 3 4 Numerals Mmor F Hal
lowe en Dance Commlttee Latm Club 4 Art
Club 3 4 Glee Club 4 Poetry Club 4
Margaret w1th her cheery d1spos1t1on has
many close frxends among the graduatmg group
She IS one of the youngest of the class of 30
Peggv IS many slded She has actlvely par
tlclpated ln many clubs and she IS especzally
good ln sculptorlng One cannot help but lxke
this frank charmmg classmate
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Lat n Club 2 3 4 Poetry Club 3 4 H1 Y Club
4 Senlor Play Junlor Chrlstmas Play Inter
class Athletxcs 2 3 J J J 3 Lacrosse 3
Warren IS one of the few esthetlc members of
tue class 1n fact he has become known as the
oulful man among h1s assoclates Hls P06110
abxhfy was demonstrated 1n h1s poem The Sun
Gods F1rst Love and hlS dramat1c ab1l1ty was
shown IH the Senlor Play
MARIE L MELCHER
Leader Club 4 Art Club 3 Varslty Hockey 2
3 4 Tenms Chemlstry Club 4 F Club 4
Class Athletlcs 2 3 4
Marle IS another one of our athletes part1c1
patmg ln many sports She IS well l1ked because
of her sportlng d1spos1t1on We never find
Melch angry she always has a thought for
the other fellow on her team whether she be
good or poor Although you cannot see It on the
plcture Melch has a hablt of blushlng w
are glad that at least one of our members st1ll
retalns that lost art
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Junlor Varslty
We are told looks are decelvxng Who would
ever suppose th1S qulet ret1r1ng chap could be
such an mdustrlous young man? He has truly
made h1s school career a part of h1s llfe
LESSIE LOUISE MEYER
J J J 3 4 Home Economlcs Club 3 4 Chem
xstry Club 4 Interclass Athletlcs 2
Laugh' I thought Id dle That IS Loulse
Laugh and the world laughs wxth you IS
Loulse s motto Lou IS always lookmg out for
the good of her frlends and she possesses many
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Dramatlc Club Assembly 4 Interclass Athletics
Rena IS the more dlmlnutlve member of Mey
er 81 E1sen Inc When you have any trouble
findmg Rena just look for Flo and well there
she IS Rena excels m dancmg as all those who
saw her ln the Jubllee well know
AGNES J MILLHAUSER
Class Athletlcs 2 3 4 J J J 2 3 4 Home
Economlcs Club 4 Tenms 2 3 4
Who IS that pretty g1rl w1th the blg brown
eyes and the merry laugh? No one but Ag
g1e Mlllhauser' Aggie IS one of our class
wlts and belleves 1n the old song Begone dull
care I prlthee begone from me Whatever she
does Agg1es happy dxsposltlon IS sure to car
ry her through
Chemistry Club Interclass Athletlcs
Louis IS one of the most lI1dUStI'10U.S people
among us Scarcely do we reallze thls fact be
cause he lS so small and qulet that he does not
attract much attentlon We are sure that h1s
patlence and 1ndustry w1ll get hlm some place ln
HELEN ARLINE MILLER
Interclass Athletlcs Masquers 4 Busmess Staff
of Press Assembhes Mmor F
The merry makmg group 1n the Commerclal
Class would not be complete wlthout Helen
She IS always ready for fun but she has serious
moments too Helen IS very lngenlous and has
been successful 1n many a doubtful sltuatlon
She should prove apt IH the law course whxch
she xntends to pursue
B Squad Football Interclass Athletlcs
Chemlstry Club Assemblles
If sllence IS golden then Sldney IS a gold
mme Come to thmk of It that only concerns
speakmg When lt IS a questlon of smgmg
thats dlfferent for Joe loves to slng How
ever he balances the sltuatlon by belng an ard
ent hstener too
Interclass Athletncs 2 3 4 B Football Team 4
J J J 3 4 Chemlstry Club 4
Weldon has made many frxends durmg h1s sxx
years at Forest Park Though hxs wltty UD re
marks are not alwavs appreclated by the teach
ers the class usually takes tlme to laugh Hls
ever present detectlve story and h1s general
personahty have made hxm a well known figure
m the school
Home Ec Club 3 4 Interclass Athletlcs Chem
xstry Club 4 Halloween Dance Comm1ttee
Home Ec Tea Comm1ttee
Margaret has only been w1th us for two years
but she has readlly made frlends and made
herself known around Forest Park She IS usu
ally seen hurrymg about the school wxth her
arms loaded w1th a pxle of books as blg as she
Her earnest and steadfast efforts made her a
member of the Glrls Leader Club and won her
a place 1n the hearts of her classmates
MARGARET MAE MURPHY
Glee Club Home Economlcs Assemblies Jolly
J umor J ubxlee Press Agent Interclass Athletxcs
Murphy IS not Irxsh Cso she saysj but she
has the wmnmg blue eyes and 1nfect1ous laugh
that w1ll delude us mto behevmg so Lessons
do not bother her carefree nature neverthe
less Margaret IS an excellent stenog Margaret
1S sure to get the most out of l1fe wxth her un
selfish and frxendly nature
Girls' Leader Club 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Art Club 3, 4g
Glee Club 2 Leader Club Art Club 4 Step
Sxnglng Commlttee FORESTER Staff Tenms 2
Marg 1S one of those pretty glrls you Just
cant help lovmg Her wllllngness to assist her
comrades and her marvelous artxstlc ablhty
have won for her a place 1n the school wh1ch
wlll be qulte hard to fill Marg IS certamly
destlned to have a promlslng career
Latm Club 3 4 Commencement Chorus 4
Zaldee has not been wxth us very long but
certamly long enough to make her very dear to
us In less than two years by her pleasant per
sonallty and her W1llll'lgl'leSS to help Zaldee has
made a host of frlends and a number of ad
mnrers We w1l1 always remember her most ln
MINA S NACHMAN
Glee Club 2 3 4 Operetta 2 4 Art Club 2 3
lnterclass Athletlcs 2 3 J J J 3
Mlna has dlvlded her tlme generously between
Mxss Butler and selected SpeCleS of man And
she has been generous wlth her companlonshlp
to both Of course the gxrls are not neglected
but to her as to most of her sex men come first
The Glee Club has found Mlna an ardent
JANE LENNON OFFLEY
Jane can best be descrlbed as One sweet
girl She lS usually Smlllhg and ready for fun
She llkes music and has hlgh hopes m the avla
tlon field As she IS planmng to be a nurse we
envy her future patlents for she IS the type to
calm thelr fevered brows with a sweet smile and
a tender touch
J LEONARD O'NEAL
Benny IS well known for his frlendllness
and good humor He IS always wxllxng to help
hls frlends out of any dlfficulty and to asslst
them 1n any emergency The Class of 1930
wxshes Leonard a happy and profitable future
BLYTHE LAURENE PATTY
Interclass Athletxcs 3 Masquers 4 German Club
4 Semor Play Commxttee Semor Play Pubhclty
Manager Sophomore Chrxstmas Play
Patty is one of our Wlll o the wlsps Here
there and everywhere she fllts always dolng
somethmg xmportant whether this somethmg
lmportant IS Wfltlhg the class prophecy or only
parking Her charmlng l1ttle face always wears
a smlle Her future seems to be a deep dark
secret but she cant help bemg successful
NANCY LEE PEDDICORD
Home Economlcs Club Interclass Athletlcs
Qemor Farewell Assembly Commlttee
Nancy petlte charmer of defendless males'
car-t help wmnmg hearts by her charmmg
manner She IS evldently too preoccupied with
o her business to bother wlth the general run of
mere men The more credlt to her'
SAMUEL RICHARD PELTZ
O chestra 4 3 4 J J J 3 4 Robm Hood
The Gelsha Glee Club 3 Latm Club 3 Ger
man Club 4 Interclass Athletxcs
Thls IS Sam of the ever present grln He IS
splendld flddler and has been a member of
our orchestra for several years We have all
at some txme heard and enjoyed hls musxc We
w1ll all mlss Sam hls smxle and h1s fiddle
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Presldent Boys Leader Club Blographlcal Edl
tor of FORESTER Staff F Club Track 2 3 4
Seruor Play June Week COmmltt99 D S A
Pledge Latm Club 2 H1 Y Club
Well folks heres Henry Phllllps the Leader
of Leaders' He has galned thls dxstlnctlon by
his abxlxty to shoulder responslbllltxes Not
many are as punctlllous as Henry and few are
more mdustrlous Hxs athletlc as well as h1s
scholastlc career has been most successful He
has accomplished much for the school for whlch
he w1ll be long remembered
KATHRYN C PHILLIPS
Glee Club 2 3 4 Art Club 2 3 4 Home Eco
nomlcs Club 2 3 Numerals and Mmor F Re
vnew Artlstlque 2 Operetta 2 4 Interclass
seems to be one of the happlest Her face IS
always wearlng an exnressmn that varles be
tween a sweet smlle and a broad grln and at
any moment one may expect a laugh We know
her cheer w1ll always be very pleasant to her
J J J 3 4 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Home
Economlcs Club 3 4
Catherme IS adent at danclng the hght fan
LHSLIC for she demonstrated her art 1n the Jubl
lee chorus In addltlon to her dancmg ablllty
Catherlne has perfected the culmary art to a
CHARLESR POLLARD JR
B Squad Football 3 Varsity Football 4 F
He may be Chxlly to the boys but hes
mlghty warm Wlth the girls You may often see
him at dances dancmg around the floor to
tuneful melodies He recelved hls tfalfllng for
this by playlng varslty football m the fall We
remember h1m as one of those handsome gobs
who cavorted around the stage ln the Jubilee
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Sleepy head sleepy head open your eyes
IS Morrls Pollekoff mn dxsgulse Anytlme any
where Morr1s IS sound asleep or nearly so
Polly IS consclentlous and means well Besldes
bemg an absolutely necessary member of h1s
hlstory class he holds h1s own ln lnterclass
Interclass Athlet1cs Chemlstry Club Class
Powell stands five feet one ln h1s stockmg feet
and has that hght wavy ha1r one loves to touch
He has a fine sense of humor Although lt
hurts hlm to part Wlth h1s pennles he grms
and bears xt Not one of h1s classmates wxll
ever forget Pals dramatlc ab1l1ty
MILDRED FAY PRESSMAN
Mlldred lS one of those people who always
bustle about wlth oodles of thlngs to do and tell
to a sympathetlc llstener She IS gay and JOVIHI
wnth the ab1l1ty to coax forth a smlle from any
one but she can be very earnest about her
school work as well as her socxal actxvltxes
KATHERINE S RIEFLE
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Varslty Teams Ten
ms Senlor Class Play Commlttee Numerals
Kaye 1S one of the few klttens who play
well on the keys especxally on an organ She
has qulte a promlsmg start for her future Her
sedate walk and huge gr1n w1ll wln the hearts
of others as lt has captured the hearts of
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ETHEL J ROBERTS
Latm Club Commencement Chorus
The name of th1s qulet unobtruslve g1rl may
not be often on our hps m fame but many are
the hearts whxch carry 1n them the warmth of
Ethels sweet smxle All those who have known
her have enjoyed the sweetness of her qulet
comradeshxp and the strength of a smcere but
Boys A A 2 Varsxty Tenms 3 4 Junlor Var
slty Basketball 3 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Robby IS decldedly athletlcally mchned He
has proven to be a hardy combatant to h1s op
ponents ln varsxty tenms Although lacrosse
has Just recently obtamed recognltlon Robby
has eagerly entered 1nto the game with much
LEONARD H ROSENBERG
Fonssrsn Staff Ph11atel1c Soclety Presxdent
Camera Club 2 3 Senlor Hallowe en Play Sen
lor Chrlstmas Play Semor Class Play
What a combmatxon' Vlllaln of the Chrxst
mas Play Jolly drunk of the Semor Play and
Uncle Leonard of the Weekly and Everlast
mg Squawk not to mentlon hxs aCtlVltl9S as
stamp collector and golfer' Leonard xs quxte a
versatlle young man to say the least Photog
raphy IS evldently his hobby He has snapped
many an embarrassmg pxcture but lucklly few
EMANUEL H ROSENSTOCK
Boys Leader Club 3 4 Boys F Club 3 4 Base
ball Manager 3 Assemblxes J J J 3 Interclass
Athletics Home Room Class Officer Boys A A
Here s Peanuts the boy wlth the ready smlle
Hes one of Forest Parks most ardent boosters
lf you ever want to know anythmg about any
athletic event past or future just ask Peanuts
and vou ll have authentlc mformatlon
lgnows everyone and everyone IS proud to know
HILDA E ROSENTHAL
Glee Club 2 3 Robm Hood 2 Art Club 2 3
Chem1stry Club 4
Hlldas d1spos1t1on so amlable and so admn'
able IS her greatest asset The class looks up
to H11 not only because of her helpful but
also for her artlstlc ab1l1t1es She IS a good
sport full of pep and an appreclatxve l1stener
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Lat1n Club 2 3 4
Numerals Operetta 2
Gertle IS one who IS always w1ll1ng to help
She puts her whole heart 1nto everythlng she
undertakes Gertrude belng qu1te modest has
never told us anythlng about her soc1al aifalrs
but we do know that 1n school she has part1c1
pated 1n lnterclass 3thlet1CS and helped to make
the J J J a success
Interclass Athlet1cs 2 3 4 Senlor Play 4
Charles known also as Rouler IS full of
fun and IS a fine comrade We Imagine hlS fa
vorlte pastlme IS walkm s1nce he IS always
walkmg somewhere Roulller demonstrated h1s
dramatlc ab1l1ty 1n the semor play Twelfth
F Club 3 4 Intermedlate Champlon Tennls 2
Advanced Champlon Tennls 3 Varslty Hockey
3 4 Varslty Volley Ball 2 Interclass Athlet1cs
Here IS another athlete none other than Bet
ty Rouzer El1zabeth early evmced a deslre to
be called Betty and ever s1nce has been
known by that name Somehow the name Bet
ty makes one th1ng of a k1nd good natured
glrl as well as an athlete and thls Betty llves
up to both requlrements
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4 J J J Scenery Pamtlng 2 3 4
Everyone IS acquamted w1th Sylv1as artlstlc
ab1l1ty and almost all have at some tlme come 1n
dlrect Contact w1th It through her numerous
posters drawmgs and other creatlons One 1S
astonlshed that such fervent and br1ll1antly col
ored expresslons should emanate from the qulet
reserved young lady Her talent and rellable
qual1t1es should make her a successful deslgner
Glee Club 2 3 4 Latln Club 4 Operetta 2 4
Jubllee 3 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Sen1or
ElS1C IS among the leadlng vocal1sts 1n her
cla s and her clear soprano VOICC has made her
well known among all of her companlons She
IS ln addltlon a sklllful p1an1st We are told by
those who have had the pleasure of dancmg wlth
her that she steps exceedmgly hghtly and
gracefully across the ball room floor
HELEN E SAUSE
Secreta y Art Club 2 3 Latm Club 2 3 4 G1rls
Leader Club Jub1lee 3 4 Sophomore Chrlstmas
Play Assemblles Cha1rman Banquet Commxt
tee Interclass Athlet1cs
Wherever work IS belng accompllshed there 1S
a so Helen 1n the thxck of thmgs helplng along
her ta tes lnclude dramatlcs and athlet1cs and
m both she IS proficlent Her cheery smlle and
pleasant personallty are very popular among
the ent re class and one 1S lucky to be counted
among her frlends
JOSEPH EDWIN SCHENTHAL
Latm Club 2 3 Poetry Club 4 Chem1stry Club
Presldent 4 Assemblles
Joe gets a great k1ck out of comblng the
clty for ads but he fearfully d1sl1kes any men
tl0D of hlS successful explo1ts Joe was the
one who reorgamzed the Chem1stry Club and
who became llS presldent We all know Joe
to be an excellent compound of grit determl
natlon and good common sense
T DONNELL SCHILDWACHTER
Presldent of Senlor Class Leaders Club H1 Y
Club Track Team J J J Class Officer Man
agmg Ed1tor of Fokssrsn D S A Pledge Inter
class Athletlcs Assemblles Plays
Everybody knows Sch1lly Why wouldnt
wen He IS our very able class presldent Hurry
mg to and fro always on the job thats Schll
ly If our class lags sometlmes ln 1n1t1at1ve and
lndustry he gets behmd lt and sends lt fiymg
hlgh on IIS way to success
EDITH FRENCH SCHILLINGER
Latm Club 3 Glee Club 4 Art Club 4 J J J
St Patrlcks Dance Comm1ttee Interclass
Athlet cs Chemlstry Club 4 Tenn1s 2 3 4
V3fSlty Swxmmlng 2
Edltbs unusual personahty has won for her
many frlends who not only respect but love her
Always Ifllllflg her Splflt IS ever the strong
est Whether becommg a champxon tenn1s play
Ed1th s character filled wlth noble ldeals wxll
push her ever to the top
ELIZABETH D SCHLOSS
FORESTER Staff Semor Chr1stmas Play Leader
Club 4 Art Club 2 3 Latm Club 2 3 4 J J J
3 4 Assembhes Interclass Athletlcs Calendar
Comm1ttee 2 Press Staff 2 Numerals and Small
A very versatxle young lady IS I lbby Every
one remembers Clndy of the Chrlstmas Play
but no one can forget the way thls smgular
young lady w1ll stop them on the hall and dell
cately purloln peanuts and cakes from lunches
However we all hke her lots and fmd her ever
ready chatter and lnformatlon good company
LELA BELL SCHMIDT
D S Pledgee 4 J J J 3 4 Poetry Club 3 4
German Club 4 Chemxstry Club 4 Leaders
Club 4 Operetta 4 Volley Ball 3 4 Interclass
Lela IS a worker She carrles responsxblllty
gracefully and lmks xt Wlth an energy and un
s lfish effort that ralses her 1n the estlmatxon of
her fellow students With such a character with
her scholastlc brllhance and her llvely sense of
humor success IS assured for Lela
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Leader Club 4 Art Club 3 Chemlstry Club 4
Home Economics Club 3 4 Interclass Athletics
4 Tennis 3 4 J J J
Ivy IS Just bubbling over wlth school splrxt
If ever a gnrl loved her school and everythlng
about lt that glrl IS Ivy The teams can always
depend on at least one glrl to cheer for them
Ivy w1ll carry our hlgh standards far by her
staunch and ardent support
LEON M SCHRETER
Semor Play Orchestra 2 3 4 Boys Leader Club
Assemblles J J J 3 Interclass Athletlcs Glee
Maxwell lS always 1n the hmehght some
tlmes as the headllner IH the Weekly Squawk
and often as a source of chewmg gum He IS an
excellent leader and a good sport Hxs per
sonahty backed by a s1ncere earnestness wlll as
slst hlm to reach to the top of the ladder of
Varslty Teams F Club Tenms Interclass
Sylvla IS another of our modest but talented
athletes She IS quiet and frlendly and from her
unassumlng manner one would never guess that
she IS qulte a star m the athletlc l1ne On the
varslty teams and ln many other ways she has
served her school well
ESTHER A SEGALL
J J J 4 Masquers 4 Business Staff of FOR
ESTER Class OHicer Busmess Staff of Press
Esther IS one of the most ener etlc workers 1n
our class We all admlre Es for her constant
cooperatxon and the school wxll have one less
loyal student when she leaves Jolly wlllmg
and witty characterize Esther We predict that
the same splrlt which has won her many friends
w1ll brmg her future happlness
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Chemls ry Club 4 Golf 3 4 Interclass Athlet1cs
The modest retlrlrng ever l1keable Lloyd'
Bobby Jones watch your step a champ1on IS
lowly forgmg h1S way after you w1th club
and tee' We b1d an affect1onate good bye to
Lloyd and suggest that 1f he retam h1s happy
d1spost1on dlmCUltlBS w1ll fade 11ke snow be
fore the sun
Jolly Junzor Jubllee Bus1ness Staff of Press
Commerc1al Assembly Typmg Champlon
Sophles abllltl9S express themselves ln such
dlvergent fields as style typmg and shorthand
.she 1s the typmg champ1on of the school and
has won a number of awards SOph1E 1S sure to
get a lot out of llfe smce she 15 competent
enough to attam success
Vars1ty Basketball 2 3 4 Varslty Track 4
J J J 3 4 Interclass Athlet1cs Class Officer
As embl1es Busmess Staff of Press F Club
Wxthout Norman school Skl8S would be gray
'Io h1m belong the laurels of a br1ll1ant Wlt and
ub equ ntly our many and hearty laughs The
thought that we would be wlthout h1m m dull
nerlods makes us shudder He 1S certa1n to
make as many true adm1r1ng frlends m llfe as
he has here at Forest Park
lntelclas Athlet1cs 2 3 4 Art Club 4 Glrls
Le der Club 4 Student Act1v1ty Bank 4 Class
Est r IS true blue' Sweet mtelhgent and
grac ous sne IS forever offermg her ass1star1ce to
the school She 1S one of the most actlve work
ers on the Student Act1v1ty Bank If Ester
wo ks w1th the same whole hearted enthuslasm
m the Advert1s1ng World wh1ch she mtends
to enter we confidently say that she wlll be a
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Art Club 2 3 4 Masquers 2 J J J 3 4 Latln
Club 3 Interclass Athlet1cs 2 3 4 Tenms 2 3
Semor Book Week Tea Commlttee
Who could escape belng charmed by those
dancmg blue eyes and golden locks? She has
demonstrated her sewmg abxllty by faxthfully
working on the costumes for the Semor Play 1n
whxch she made a charmlng lady ln Ollvlas
court In short Katherme has one of the most
radlant personalltles ln the class
ArtClub2 3 J J J 3 4
Lena IS the third 1n our trlo of klbltzers
Always sm1l1ng and busy her character IS one
of whlch anyone mlght be proud She IS always
wlllmg to do somethlng for others Whether
hangmg out a dressmakxng slgn or scoldmg
her puplls she IS sure to achneve the hlghest
alms of her goal
J CLENDENIN SHINNICK
Boys Leader Club J J J 2 3 4 Orchestra 2
3 4 Assemblles Stage Manager for Plays Semor
Play, Interclass Athlet1cs Operetta Class
Clennv has a S50 grm and he certamly can
use It Everyone knows that Playlng the ban
Jo IS hls favorlte mdoor sport Talk about your
attractlve fellows well thls IS the boy who can
put lt over on anybody ln the class
SARAH LOUISE SHORT
Gxrls Leader Club 4 D1st1ngu1shed Servxce
Award Pledgee June Semor Play J J J 3
Sweezey has always been quite an influence
ln her school and class However her marks
have not suffered from this extra currlcular ac
tlvlty lor she pulls down many Gs and Es
Sweezey IS liked both by the students and the
faculty Wlth her ab1l1ty she should go far m
EUGENIA M SILBERSTEIN
Art Club 2 4 Secretary Glee Club 4 Latm Club
4 Assembhes 4 Semor Book Week Tea Sub
Semor Halloween Dance Commlttee Operetta
4 Semor Play Commxttee Leaders Club Muslc
Festlval Interclass Athletlcs 2
Gene IS the classs foremost smger Many
hstened enchanted when she sang so beautiful
ly 1n The Gelsha She has added melody to
several assemblles She has always taken an ac
uve lnterest 1n all of Forest Parks act1v1t1es
muslcal and otherw1se and surely deserves the
name of a loyal supporter of the school
Latm Club 2 3 4 Dramatxc Club 2 3 4 Chrxst
mas Play 2 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Mxnnle s mam mterest IS dramatlcs for she IS
a member of the Masquers and always trles out
lor class plays In the Sophomore Chrlstmas
Cherry Blossom Press 3 R3dlO Club 3 Christ
mas Play 3 Boys A A 3 Semor Class Play
Sports Edltor of FORESTER Interclass Athletlcs
Assembhes Glee Club 2 Latm Club
Leonard IS the asplrlng edltor of the famous
Weekly and Everlastlng Squawk and tall dark
and handsome to boot' Leonard has won a place
IH the hearts of hls classmates He 1S undoubt
edly g1fted wxth a nose for news a talent for
expressmg h1mself and a personahty to put hls
WILLIAM H SMEAD, JR
Commencement Chorus Interclass Athletxcs
Wllllam has only been 1n Forest Park for a
year He seems to be qulte a globe trotter for
he has hved ln Cleveland and Japan Our
oueretta was helped by hls knowledge of Japa
nese It IS very lDt6I'9Stll'lg to note that he re
celved some of hls hlgh school education ln the
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Art Club J J J Glee Club 4 Home Economics
Club Assembhes Interclass Athletlcs
Wlllnora IS known to be a verltable chatter
box and because of her overflowlng good splrlts
thls IS true But we have dlscovered that W1l
l1e has her serious slde as well as the talkatlve
She has been a member of the Home Economlcs
Club and 1n the l1ne of sewmg has shown
LILLIAN PAULINE SNYDER
Glrls Leader Club 4 Glee Club 4 Art Club 4
Masquers 4 Operetta Semor Play
In September Polly came from Randalls
town Smce then she has been proficxent m
her studles and IS well hked by her fellow stu
dents Pollys soclally 1ncl1ned dxsposltlon IS
strongly accentuated by her hobby for dancmg
Her dlsposltxon w1ll gam her more and more
frlends after Forest Park has been left behmd
MELVIN J SOLLOD
Camera Club 2 3 Stamp Club 2 3 4 Treasurer
of the Stamp Club 3 4 Latm Club 2 Chemlstry
Club 4 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Sollod IS a sllent boy but qulte a thmker H
has shown h1s executlve ablllty by holdlng the
o'l'ice of secretary of the Phllatellc Soclety W
understand Mel IS more than mterested 1n
stamp collectmg Not only has he taken part
1n club work but he has also backed hls home
room team ln all mterclass athletlcs
SYLVAN J SOLLOD
Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
Once again wall ball takes up the best part
of some Forest Parkers tlme Sylvan IS the
v1ct1m He takes advantage of every posslble
mxnute whether lt be before school after school
or 1n cafeterna Sylvan IS well hked by hxs
schoolmates and IS a fine frlend
MARGARET E SPEHNKOUCH
Glrls Leaders Club Home Economlcs Club In
terc ass Athletxcs J J J 3 4 Operetta Class
Officer 3 4 FORESTER 4 Assemblies Step Smg
1ng Commlttee D S A Pledgee
Margaret has always done everythlng she was
called upon to do for school and class Her
YVICGS were therefore requlred qulte often and
she has always glven her best quletly for Mar
garet IS not one to boast of her accompllshments
When has there ever been a tlme that she was
r-ot practlcmg for some play or other?
JEAN COURTNAY STAUFFER
lnterclass Athletlcs Tennls Numerals Mlnor
F German Club 4 Home Economlcs 4 J J
Jean is a person of happy nature who IS very
popular and wldely llked In her sororlty and
oclal llfe Jean IS very act1ve and dlsplays ener
gy and cheerfulness at all tlmes She 1S very
fond of dancing
DORIS ADELE STRUVEN
1 terclass Athletlcs 2 3 4 Varslty Teams 2 3
Desnlte he1 unassumlng nature Struvle
well known figure around the school A
glance at her record w1ll show her versat1l1ty
her pooularlty and the confidence we have ln
her These together Wlth an unselfish and fun
lovmg d1spos1t1on create a combmatxon dlfiicult
S EDMUND TAYLOR
Senlor Play J J J R1fle Team Interclass Ath
letlcs Class Officer Jumor Prom Commxttee
Chrlstmas Play Commnttee
'Iubby as h1s name lmplles IS qulte stout
but that doesn t storm h1m from doing thmgs He
goes in for everythmg and he IS a shlmng llght
among our vocallsts He was a member of the
'Iechn1cal Syncopators those marvelous song
sters Tubby m our 0p1l'll0I1 IS one of the
best natured fellows IH school
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COSBY D THOMAS
Student Presldent Captam Basketball PFESI
dent H1 Y D1st1ngu1shed Servlce Pledge Lead
To glV6 B111 a wr1te up m accordance w1th
h1s ach1evements and popularlty would be to
Wflte pages B111 IS a v1tal part ID almost
every act1v1ty-one of the most xmportant spokes
1n the wheel that runs the orgamzatlon But he
IS not ent1rely occumed w1th th1s work for he IS
the Captaln of the basketball team
Lat1n Club 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 J J J 4 Class
Athletlcs German Club Robln Hood The
Ge1sha Numerals Assemblles
BeSSle IS one of the quletest and sweetest
glrls we know She IS earnest and slncere and
a most steadfast fr1end We know that her
splend1d qua11t1es w11l always help her through
out her llfe
Numerals Glee Club 2 3 4 Latm Club 2 3
4 Tenn1s Tournament 2 3 4 Jubllee 3 Inter
class Athletlcs 2 3 4
Almost all of us have been entertamed at some
t1me or other by Beatr1ces lovely VOICE More
than once the Banquet of the Latm Club has
been graced by her songs She also plays the
plano a fit accompanlment to her vocal art
Beatrlce has a qu1et and rehned personallty
ARTHUR W ULRICH
were ever two men 1n th1s world
a thorough understandmg of rad1o
both of them He IS w1th h1s rad1o
and has a real broadcast1ng statlon
1n h1s room Boots also finds t1me to w1n a
place 1n our hearts as an all around good fellow
and a real pal
FRED C VOHRER
B Squad Football 3 Interclass Athletxcs J J
Voh that great blg man from the South has
a wonderful Halr for gossxp Eatxng IS hls fav
orxte hobby and he takes great pleasure ln re
pa1r1ng cars 1n the automob1le shop Voh has
a constant l1ne of chatter that makes h1m a valu
able catcher on the class 1ndoor nme
EDWARD CLEASON WALBECK
He Just rolls along havmg hrs ups and
downs A calm unruflled seremty always
surrounds Cleason no matter what IS gomg on
'Io acqulre such a carefree attltude IS an art
Well Cleason lf you accept all your ups and
downs nn l1fe unconcernedly you certamly w
be successful Good luck'
WILMA W WASKEY
Leader Club Interclass Athletlcs Art Club
Hockey Basketball Volley Ball Tenms Track
Semor Play F Club
Wherever art IS concerned Wxlma has always
been consulted Can one forget the beautlful
costumes she deslgned for Twelfth Nlght '7 The
Art Club has honored her ab1l1ty by electmg her
presldent Wxlma IS also athletxcally 1IlCl1I1ed
and has partxcxpated m varlous sports for sev
eral years She 1S another of Forest Parks ac
Chemlstry Club Interclass Athletlcs Class
Alv1n rs another one of those happy go lucky
young fellows Hls other name IS Shorty
exceedmgly descrxptlve Shorty IS secretary
of h1s home room and qulte a remarkable one
at that He can easlly read expllcxt specxfic and
coherent mlnutes from an absolutely blank
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EUGENIA A COVELL WASSELL
Glrls Leader Club J J J 3 St Patrlck Dance
Commnttee Chrrstmas Plays 3 4 Numerals M1
nor F Art Club 2 3 4 Latm Club 3 Varslty
Swlmmlng 2 Tennls 2 3 Interclass Athletlcs
Eugema IS one of our classs most popular and
charmmg members She IS an ardent horse
woman and an enthuslastxc worker ln every
hne Her wlnnmg smlle and cheery laugh are
an asset to her magnetlc personahty She IS a
welcome member rn every group and we all
count her among our chorcest frlends
DAYTON OLANDER WATKINS
Art Club 4 Commencement Chorus
Dayton was formerly a sallor and although
only Jommg us ln the fourth year he has de
veloped mto a loyal Forest Parker Tall and
towermg he IS a true sallor and we know that
he w1ll be a success no matter mto whlch sea
he mtends to embark
ROWLAND WATTS JR
Class and Senxor Class H1 Y Club
Come down Oh Sophocles from yon Parnas
slan helghts of lnflmte wlsdom and impart to us
some of your philosophical flndxngs' Rowy
the deep thmkmg morally uprlght philosopher
arouses a feelmg of respect ln all hrs class
mates HIS sterling dependable character has
made hlm the malnstay of the H1 Y Club
RUTH E WEHRMAN
Busmess Staff of Press Glee Club J J J
Work"' not for Ruth She believes ln that
old maxxm What doesnt get done wont get
done' Notwlthstandmg that she IS full of pep
and we often find her 1n the mlddle of an en
grossed admxrmg audxence relatmg past exclt
mg experxences Llfe should hold many thrxlls
for our Ruth
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Robin Hood Interclass Athletics 2 3 4 Glee
Club 2 3 Business Staff of Press
Here we have a probable Ziegfield star attrac
txon Dot loves to dance but dancing IS only
one of her admirable qual1t1es The whole class
admires her a1r of sophlstlcatlon and her l1vely
conversatlon consequently she has many frlends
Her tennxs game IS excellent and we wish her a
love set throughout l1fe
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Squirty another musical member of our
class will make a rlppmg master of ceremonies
Not only can he play well but he can also com
pose What would the J J J of 1930 have done
without Squlrty to tickle the 1vor1es' Wert
liked by hlS fr1ends and classmates
CHARLOTTE R WHEATLEY
Lat1n Club 3 4 J J J 3 4 Girls Leader Club
Banquet Committee Interclass Sports
Charlotte IS one of the most all around g1rls in
the clas She IS well liked by both students and
teachers for her Jolly good humor and sweet
disposition She is a faithful worker and IS re
lied upon and entrusted with many important
tasks There lS no surer way of msurlng suc
cess than to entrust a task to Charlotte
Boys Leader Club Interclass Athletics Student
Activity Bank Business Staff of Press Assem
blies Class Officer
Dick IS a changeable sort of person h1S mood
dependlng on how much of a good tlme he had
the n1ght before At t1mes he IS serious and
hard working but at other times he IS frlvolous
and qulte tempermental H1s favor1te method of
greeting IS a hearty slap on the back but des
plte th1s he IS well liked by his classmates
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Semor Halloween Dance Comrnlttee Com
To know Esther you must seek her out She
lS sweet and qulet never mtrudlng her com
pany on anyone But lf vou w1ll get better ac
qualnted Wlth her you w1ll be sure to l1ke her
for her frlendshlp and pleasant ways
ROBERT J YOUNG
Bovs Leader Club 3 4 F Club 3 4 Varslty
Soccer 3 4 Captaln 4 Interclass Athletlcs 2 3 4
The qulet unassumlng Bob 1S a verltable
cyclone on the soccer field It was due to h1s
capable filhng of the Captalns pos1t1on on the
1929 1930 team that the soccer squad was as suc
cessful as lt turned out to be All our best
wlshes are for you Bob'
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SENIOR Cll ASS HlISTOlPiY
Here 1n the cxty of Balt1more
There stands a school so large and fine
That lt o ershadovxs all that seem
To v1e wlth It 1D Gothxc l1ne
Forest Park we call that school
And to our hearts t1s very dear
To all the hearts of Semors proud
Who have left It year by year
When Forest Park was first complete
W1th brxck on br1ck and lofty tower
Ere ted proudly each 1n place
A class d1d enter 1n that first hour
That seventh grade was meek and young
And fr1ghtened by so great a place
But four long years of work and play
Of Joy and sorrow sllpped by apace
Two hundered forty Jolly Jumors
W1th sp1r1ts confident and strong
Dxd orgamze thelr class one day
That work m1ght not be stayed too long
For Presxdent they chose Jack Boyle
V1ce Presldent Ned Worthmgton
Quxte ready were these lads for to1l
Treasurer was Wllllam DeWolfT
Sara Balsh our Secretary
Wh1le Roland Watts was made Sergeant at Arms
An officer who 1S qulte necessary
The Junxors then d1d march along
Unt1l the merry Chr1stmas tlme
Drew talent to produce a pla5
Of d1stant land 1n sunny cl1me
The Golden Doom our drama s name
And 1t was really very Good
Superstmon re1gned supreme
And all were ID a txmorous mood
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The next event then held in store
Was the Jolly Junior Jubilee.
Which lasts two nights and is a treat
That everyone deslres to see
In the girls gym there was a bazaar
In the boys a lively minstrel show
While down in the assembly hall
Was a girl whom everyone wanted to k
She was the st'1r of Sallys Travels
A musical sketch of skill and fame
Wherein our Sally traveled so fast
That she was hard to catch and tame
Then Junior Day rolled swiftly round
The Arbor Day at Forest Park
And trees and 1vy planted there
Were left as an enduring mark
To celebrate the day more fully
The Juniors held a tea dance where
The grace and gallantry displayed
Gave evidence of pleasure iare
The next upon the program gay
Turned out to be the JLIHIOI prom
Which aftei all is the one thing
The Juniors mostly think upon
This grand eyent howevev fine
Was also over all too soon
The year had rolled around to June
Befoie we left fo1 oui vacation
The school had 1 weighty task to do
The election of ou: Student P1 esident
Which ilw us ueltes much iclo
Cosbv Thomas w as our choice
Commonly known to 'ill as Bill
We felt that he indeed was fit
To iepresent the students will
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When btptcmbu lxxtnty mm cl11lXL,Cl
We SCDIOIS then 19lL11l1Cd to school
Eagel thulled expe tant glad
To follow agam oul dallx lule
Oul oFHce1s thls SLIHOI yell
WEIC xery much thc same as last
Sfua Ba1sh Dc Wolff and Watts
Holdlng thclr ll0I101S of the pa t
Jack Boyle lcslgned ou1 yote was cast
Fox Schllly to assume the role
Ned left the school so 1n hls place
Doug Lockard helped us ton a1d oul goal
The Senxols held two dance
On Hallowe en and St Patllck s Day
For decorauons they were noted
For the e were qulte unlque and gay
Oul Chrlstmas plav th s 5681 excelled
Its t1tle The VHD1Sh1Hg Prxncess
The story lnterested all
And twas presented Wlth finesse
In Feb1ua1y one Joy ous day
Inaugural Assembly came
And full fledged Senlors vxe eme1ged
F1ee f1om the Sub eagel fo1 fame
All th1 ough the 5881 the SGIUOI class
In school athlet1cs d1d xexy well
But basketball vt as most notevx O1 thy
FOI ID that spolt we d1d excel
Falewell Assembly came 111 June
When good byes to the school me Sald
Oul tea dance 1n the aftel noon
To l1gl'ltQ1 forms of pleasu1e led
When ou1 school xx ork was leally done
We let ou1 frohc fancy strav
Pre ented Twelfth Nlght pleasmgly
A plcture true of Shakespeale s day
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When June w Lek wxth 1ts song and fun
To us brought smlles yet sad thoughts too
Our step slngxng was llked by all
Who sang there w 1th then classmates tluc
At Senlor prom when all was gax
We danced to strams of muslc rare
The perfe t evenlng had by all
Made young folks glad that thex w ere then.
Our gxaduatlon swlftly came
And then we knew that all was o QI
And all too soon our class would be
D1v ded to be Jomed no more
That sarne nxght the Alumm dance
Convmced us that we were at last
Graduates ln truth of Forest Park
No more gay students of the past
Our last event was near at hand
Our banquet pleasmg but so sad
We gathered round the fGStlVP board
And talked of good tlmes we had had
AdV1S01 for two happy xears
We llft oul hearts IU gY'3t1tLlCl9
He shaled ou1 countless Joxs and ft ns
He took the helm when e'1s w uf. rough
He steadled us he urged us on
In memory we shall treasure hun
When from ou1 loved school we haxc gone
We ale so proud to be the first
To haxe gone hele everx slngle Xear
We re closely bound for we w e1e new
And the school was new w hen we enteled hue
Our Chl on1cle lb ended so
Farewell we w1sh you from ou1 heal ts
From now on h1sto1y rests XN1tl'1 xou
Honol the school act w ell XOUI pants
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E the Class of June 1930 in full pOSSeSS1OH of all our nonsense hoping
that ou1 heavy indulgence 1n school sp1r1ts has not caused auto
1ntox1cat1on or upset our mental equ111br1um and moreover realizing
that we must soon deprive the beloved old Alma Mammy of our
2 noble Q J mfluence and association do hereby orda1n and establish
this oui last w1l1 and testament and humbly beseech that it be read
on the day of our pass1ng that IS to say
To the school as a whole we leave blissful memories of our stay QSome
big shots are conceited but we re notj
To Mr Owens our beloved prmclpal we leave a great deal of exper1ence
in VBFIOUS l1nes and our grat1tude
gained through afternoon meetmgs in the late room The guests at these meet
mgs w1ll be entertained as she sees fit QMay they survive and give up such
late hours for the1r health s sakelj
To Mr Scott we hand down all our old schedules and we hope they may
be of some use to h1m 1n figuring out new ones
To Mr Adams our Best fr1end and severest cr1t1c we bequeath a long
needed rest from the tr1a1s and tr1bulat1ons attendant upon adv1s1ng our class
And we honestly hope and pray w1th only h1s good 1n mind that no class of
1931 shall thrust such dUt1eS upon h1m COf course the truth IS that we dont
want another class to be so fortunate as ours but why say so"j
To MISS Thompson the charmmg director of our successful senior play we
leave a book of Shakespeare just somethmg new for her to read We also
leave our thanks and memorles of chaotic cafeter1a per1ods 1n her room
MISS Shaffer requested that we leave her all our or1g1na1 information
on the drama We hate to refuse but are determined to show no partlallty
Other classes can undoubtedly furmsh facts almost as good as ours anyhow
To the facultv 1n general we w111 the succeeding classes and the smcere
hope that they may prove as amusing as we have been
To the m1d year class of 1931 we leave our front seats 1n assembly and
a lot of books We hope the crlbs 1n the latter are 111eg1ble so that they may
work the1r own way to success as we have done
To the 1nd1v1dua1 students we make the fo1low1ng bestowals
To next year s student president we bequeath B111 Thomas s popularity
and h1s likmg for athlet1cs and athletes Also B111 requests that the student
body next year get beh1nd and push and he doesnt mean 1n the cafeteria
QThat s one of those unment1onable th1ngs J
To the president of the February class of 1931 we leave Don Sch1ldwach
ters serious and business llke a1r and h1s pet expression Now heres the
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To the 1931 ed1tor of the Press Je1 ome Blum leaves a blg Job and a lot of
hopeless artxcles poems etc to be d1sposed of
To Dor1s Marburger we leave Sara Balsh s pep and popularlty
To the would be ed1tor who passes a te t on JOU11'18l1SID w1th the h1ghest
score we leave The Da1ly Squawk Publlshed Weakly by Class 1432 fThe
test IS to be prepared by the 1930 staff and It IS guaranteed that even Ye Ed
could not answer some of the questxons J
To Vera Coster we leave Ed1th Ashtons danc1ng ab1l1ty fnot that she
needs 1tJ and to her pal Charlotte Cassell we leave Lyn Kansler s personallty
plus and dramatlc ablllty
To the two h1ghest bldders we leave Clenny Shmmcks shoes They ll
make excellent su1t cases for anyone who can carry them fPerhaps we
should donate them to our classmate Johnny Engel He appears to have a
couple of extra feet on h1m J
To the first asp1r1ng couple Aunt Patty and Uncle Leonard leave the1r
Job of solvmg the love problems of Forest Park fThere are advantages to
the pos1t1on It offers a fine opportumty for anyone deslrlng to get a start 1n
the bus1ness of blackma1l J
Elmer Hoffman IS taklng hls handsome V1S3g9 and rad1ant personahty
wlth h1m and we dont blame h1m for not g1v1ng them up
Luc1lle K1rkley very generously leaves her da1nty features and Dresden
complex1on to Margaret HlDdS
Douglas Lockard has finally agreed to part wxth hls reputatlon as an actor
and bestows It upon whoever proves h1mself worthy
Dorothy Conner leaves her busmess ab1l1ty and general leadershlp to the
choxce of the commerclal classes
To the entlre school p11nc1pal faculty Janltors students and athletes
we bestow our best w1shes And we sympath1ze b1I'lC9l6ly wnth them we
real1ze how hard It must be for them to see us leave
Now firmly and hopefully behevmg that we have fulfilled our duty to the
advantage of all concerned we solemnly sxgn and seal thls most lmportant
document on thlS twenty nmth day of May IH the yeal of ou1 Lord n1neteen
THE CLASS OF JLVNIE 1930
LAURENE PATTY SCRIVENER
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PROPHF C Y
As I Slt by the Hre and gaze 1n the flames
My m1nd wanders back thru the yea1s
I roam w1th my fancy and dreams take me back
To my Forest Park days It appears
I th1nk of the comrades of those happy t1mes
And recall how they all look today
Some old pal HTISSS 1n each yellow flame
And stays a moment and then fades away
B111 Thomas our pres1dent twenty years back
He s Mayor of Balt1more now
And yet Wlth that prosperous look round h1s vest
You d not recogmze Tommy somehow
Don Sch1ldwachter he was a ser1ous boy
He s clean1ng up m1ll1ons 1n Wall Street today
H1s poker face d1d h1m some good
Doug Lockard IS mak1ng a h1t on the screen
And gett1ng fan ma1l by the load
Wh1le Sara Ba1sh wages a war agalnst sports
In an upr1ght and Pur1tan mode
Wllllam De Wolff IS a poet renowned
Of the latest most mode1n1st move
But Dorothy Conner a cr1t1c of note
Saw hIS work and Sald He may 1mprove
The whole world 1S pra1s1ng our fr1end Roland Watts
For some chem1cal way to save to1l
HIS dlscovery only three men understand
And of course one of them 1S Jack Boyle
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Drove Jerome Blum to s1tt1ng on poles
And Lyn Kansler uses her pep on the stage
In act1ng most d1gn1fied roles
And stlll Edlth Ashton IS teachmg the steps
Of dances to crowds of young men
And the great adx ertxslng firm Chex tkof and Son
Means none other than our l1ttle Ben
In a nat1on Wlde mascuhne beauty contest
Elmer Hoffman Came off w1th the prize
Lou Klrkleys engaged to a handsome young man
Who t1s sald IS a count 1n d1sgu1se
Dorls Struven has recently wrltten a book
On the value of sports 1n the school
And Henry Ph1ll1ps st1ll a Forest Park frxend
An EIIICIQHCY expert IH some modern firm
Is the Job that IS now SUISIG Short s
And 1n order to keep up the workmen s morale
Peanuts Rosenstock leads them 1n sports
Now the embers grow d1m and the loom becomes d
The last weak flame fllcker and d1e
The faces of old frlends are gone wlth the smoke
And I find I haxe left but a slgh
And there where the Hre burned br1ghtl5 befoxe
And created plctures for me
There are only cold embers and glax blts of logs
The ashes of fond memory
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THE CHRISTMAS PLAN
FIEHIS year as usual the senlor class presented a play at Chrlstmas
Q? l t1me The pre entatlon was called The Vamshmg Prlncess and
g 1 Q portrayed the adventures of a cha1m1ng but saucy young mlss known
4 X3 l to us as Clndy Her devoted frlend an old mag1c1an confided 1n her
,B and she 1n turn expressed her rather pert ld6aS to h1m It seems that
her 1deal was a prlnce a real Prmce Charmlng How though
could poor llttle Clndy ever meet a real pr1nce'7 Fate IS qulte strange and does
marvelous thlngs In the form OL a med1c1ne kmg her prmce came to her
and captured her heart Wonders never cease' Pr nce Charmmg turns out to
be the old magxcxan s long lost son Davxe Thls play truly has a happy endmg
The school showed 1ts apprec1at1on 1n warm pra1ses to the coach Mlss
Alta Thompson and the able players The cast consxsted of the followmg
Matmka WILLIAM DE WOLFF
Prmce Charmmg DOUGLAS LOCKARD
Landlord LEONARD ROSENBERG
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7 HE June Play was presented IH the school aud1tOr1um on the evenmg
of June 7 The Senlors had cho en for thelr proje t one of Shake
fl, Speares greatest comed1es Twelfth Night MISS Alta E Thomp
son the d1rector produced the play IH true Elmabethan Sty le and to
her IS due most of the Cfedlt for 1ts success
l'-I Preparatxons began as earl5 as February when a commlttee was
appolnted xx ho 1mmed1ately began to collect materlals and lay plans Try
outs IH wh1ch all contestants were requlred to learn lmes were held shortly
after the Jubllee and the followlng cast was cho en
Countess Olwm M AMANDA BROWN
Vzola SARAH LOUISE SHORT
Meme EVELYN KANSLER
Duke Orsmo WARREN MEDFORD
Szr Toby Belch LEONARD ROSENBERG
Szr Andrew Aguecheelc HENRY KOENIG
Feste the clown WILLIAM DE WOLFF
Sebastzan COSBY THOINIAS
Fabzan GEORGE EVANS
Antonzo ELMER HOFFMAN
Sea Captazn CLENDENNIN SHINNICK
Przest EDMUND TAYLOR
Capta n of the Guards HENRY PHILLIPS
Valenlzne LEON SCHRETER
Cznzo ISADORE BREEN
Ladzes Courtzers and Semants
Some of the costumes xx exe hned but most of them were made at thc
school All xxele xexy bealltlflll and helped to enhance even Shakespeixes
An outstandlng fcatule Of thls plesentatlon wls the addltlon to the
stave xxhlch enabled the ue of a flont and a back stage s1m1la1 to that
Shakespeauan theatle Thls also elxmlnated the monotony caused bs Intex
m1s IOHS Ex erx One enJO5 ed th1s splendld productlon Of the class of 1930
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IRUNI IIIL DIANE QI A SENIOR
There goes that bloomlng eloek dgdlll Cloeks should l1ve but not long
Oh yes Ive got to step on lt now those se onds ale drlftlng and how Hang
It I cant even drum up a headache
Why IH the deuce dldnt I Hx those ho e last nlghtq Cant yveal those
thlngs They look l1ke a sleve
Breakfast Aw Im not hungry Coffee and toast axe O K My ey es
feel good enough w1thout grape ru1t Almost e1ght thlrty now Shlp ahoy
AFT1Ved ln school Its elghty fifty five and bel1eve lt or not I had a
mean tlme dodgmg that l1ttle Packard on L1berty HE1ghtS Avenue Who
knows maybe Ill get out of the Ford stage some day Sl1d to my locker
Where ln thunder IS that Latln book" Ah' success
Assembly Certalnly was great Don t bel1eve I yawned once Always
had a weakness for Macbeth
Second perlod hlstory Me th1nks hrstory has more dates than Flammg
Mamle Gue s I ll have to Hgule out some system to remember dates
Thlrd period Fngllsh You know I sometlmes thlnk Id llke to wrlte
poetry Snap out of It thls 15 grammar pure and slmple
Fourth perlod Cafe Hep hep yye eat at last I feel llke a camel do1ng
double tlrne on an e1ghteen day d et thank goodness It s walm out so the
Flfth pexlod muslc Gee we SLIM do squeak on those h1gh notes Man
Shubelt yyouldnt only turn oyel ln hls glaye hed stalt leyolylng Kmd of
thlnk my co1 ds need Olllllg tthlee 1n one or yy hat haye you I
S1Xth p8110d Latm Whe1e1sthe bold yyho lnyented Latxn" Guess
I could haye worked a lxttle haldel UV91 that tlanslatlon
Seventh perlod hemxstxy FIIIISIIGCI my experxments at last Feels
great to be up 1n my yyoxk for a change Heck yye haye a qulz tornolrow
Somebody s alyvays taklng the Jov out of hfe That lets that dance out
Elghth perlod math In fox ty yy ee mlnutes Yours truly w1ll be on het
yyay home QI ll haye to come back to earth lf I expect to get these p1 oblems J
Never was a YVIZ at math any hoyy N1ce gom I got them O K not half
bad There s his M3St9l s VOICQ the bell Well that means yye start
pe1 colatlng Tyvo fO1ty Hve and every thlng S copesetlc
All qulet on the Forest Palk Front And thats that Another day and
ln eyery yyay I feel a l1ttle better and bettel So syy eet mystery of strxfe
you ye been solyed agaln
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SIZNJUOR SON GS
To the tune
Dance Away the Nzght
Fircyvell to you oh Forest Park
Wrth you our days were a happy
L1fe never w1ll be the same
We mu t play on thru fate s game
But to you dear old Forest Park
We ll always hold you IH our heart
And yvhen the years grow old and
Well have your memorles thru long
THE STEIN SONG
the halls to the rooms to the
books that haye always been
near to us
M1 Owens MISS Wh1te Mr
Scott yvho hay e always been
dear to us
our Adv1sor Mr Adams yy hos
always been ready cheer to us
our teachers to thelr counsel and
all that they ve strlven to do
Here s to our dear Forest Park
The school of our hearts deslre
Youl tandards and your xdeals
We ll ne re alloyy to leach the m1re
So here s to all the yy ork and play
Hele to oul fllends so true
Our happy days hele are oy er
But ou1 loye yy1ll ney er dle fo1 you
SING YOU SENIORS
Tune Szng You Smners
You Senlors Drop all your books
Wlpe off that worr1ed look
No more tlymg to hook
Just Smg you Senlors
Just throw your cares to the
No more troubles you ll hnd
You are free from the grmd
Just Slng you Senlors
Cause now you ve finlshed
But you ve startmg 1ts true
On a path that s much longer
But OH please don t feel blue
You Semors Sm1le once agaln
Dont frown even when
Your school days come to an end
Just Smg you Sen1ors
To the tune Road to Mandalay
Tho we stray fx om Alma Mater
St1ll our memor1es lmger on
We yv1ll st1ll uphold those standards
Forest Paxk yye y e gone
And yve ll loye her evel truly
As he1 sons and daughters should
And the a1ms that she has fo1 us
We ll strlve ey Cl to make good
Well strive ey ex to make good
Forest Park you ve been to me
What no other school can be
Thlu all my l1feI ll cllng to you yy 1th
strongest loy alty
Forest Park tho from you I stray
As I go along llfe s yy ay
I alyyays yyxll lemembel my happy
hlgh school days
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HISTORY Ulf THE SUB SENIUR QLASS
HE sub sen1or class entered the school 1n February 1925 Its progres
dur ng the Junlor school was as most other classes uneventful How
ever when the class entered the Sen1or school IH February 1928 1ts
hfe began to take on new aspects
Probably the Hrst soc1al event was an 1nv1tat1on from the sopho
L-4 more cla s for the sub sophomores to attend a boat r1de Agam 1n
Aprll 1929 the present Sen1ors 1nv1ted the then sub jun1or class to a tea dance
The first even for the class was lt own Junlor tea dance th1 past fall
At th1s t1me Alfred Mason was pres1dent of the class
The class play ed an act1ve part 1n the J J J havmg a member on each
major commlttee and mnumerable other people worklng
At the begmnmg of February Paul M1ller was elected pres1dent and Joe
Baer v1ce pres dent Just at th1s t me MISS Ruth Hud on was unan1mously
On March 15 the class agam attended a Sen1or funct1on th1s t1me the
St Patr1cks Dance Later 1n the month a str1ctly sub senlor theater party
was held The class also enjoyed a steak roast on Aprll 30
The group boasts of Eve captams out of s1x major sports
The orgaruzauon 1S progressmg rapldly and b1g thmgs are expected from
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THE lVlASllxlElD SUlUlL
All the world s a stage
And all the met and uomen merely players
HE day had come L1v1ng through lt had been C1'llC1fylHg to T1to
Ql the very death of h1s soul To hax e been tactfully refused would have
fi ? 2, ill pr1cked h1m l1ke a sword but to have been laughed at by a merclless
l man was excruc1at1ng
All h1s hfe had led to but one he1ght one great amb1t1on that of
expressmg h1s beautlful soul through h1s volce It was true that he
was grotesque 1n appearance Any man w1th stubby red ha1r small brown
eyes and an overly large nose would have been Any man wlth a m1shapen
body mlght lack the praxses of h s fellows Yet through the medlum of an
exqu1s1te tenor vo1ce T1tO forgot hlS lmpedlments So when he went to the
denly felt h1mself belng crushed Llfe ltself was c1ushed To be thought of
as a clown hurt h1m to the very depths of h1s heart and soul HIS sole pur
pose 1n comlng was to br1ng a beautxful VOICE to the world of grand opera
Aga1n he felt h1s heart be ommg heavy h1s eyes fillmg Wlth smartmg drops
Yes tears they were T1to remorsefully acqu1esed
That nlght he stood before a mirror 1n h1s small room Aloud he Sald
God oh God why dxd you put th1s VOICE 1n my unsxghtly bodyq He could
stand no more for h1S heart was filled w1th sorrow and remorse B9S1d6S
there was a tomorrow a tomorrow endless tomorrows stretchmg to etermty
Ton1ght he must forget h1s sorrow wear one of the masks of l1fe But what
could he do?
Nearby he remembered the German Imperlal C1rcus was g1v1nGf 1ts
premlere performance That was where he would go laugh w1th the rest
of the world forget for one nlght at least All the world seemed to be Hocklng
to the c1rcus Chlldren adults old men old ladles fine people 1n carrlages
all crowded 1nto the blg tent T1tO stood and watched the happy faces of the
motley crowd gather1ng to partake of the Joy of the world Wh1le stand1ng
next to the box ofice he was suddenly aroused from h1s momentary lethargy
by the laughter of a ch1ld Turnmg suddenly he saw before h1m a l1ttle g1rl
of about five years whose face fa1rly beamed w1th dehght Mother look at
the funny man w1th the red ha1r and blg nose Is he 1n the CIYCUS asked the
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him in the big tent 1f we hurry ansxx ered the fond mother
T1to was stunned That haunting thought of clown again clouded his
m1nd Would it never leave him" Why did people think of him only as a
clowno While ponderlng over these unrelenting thoughts he was interrupted
by a hand placed upon his arm Looking up he saw a man decidedly of the
clrcus yet possessing a certain understanding of humanity more than the
usual circus aspe t The man looked at T1tO for a second and then said If
you have a moment or two to spare come into my office
Tito had his life to spare so he very w1ll1ngly responded to the 1nv1tat1on
After being eated comfortably in a well furnished office he was then ad
dressed by his host You have been paid one of the finest compliments any
man can receive That child innocently told you that you were born to make
the world smile and as manager of this circus I am offering you a good
pos1t1on with us as a clown of course One of our leading clowns Peter the
Clown of Clowns is leaving us this week If you can fill his shoes then you
can consider yourself one of the highest paid clowns on the Continent said
this clever agent who revealed himself to be De Froche the French manager
T1to observed the man for a moment and then said You are very liberal
to offer a pauper this pos1t1on which might be cherished by many but you are
mistaken in me my frlend I have no desire to clown for the world My am
b1t1on was to sing for them unt1l today when my great hopes were completely
blasted because of my appearance
insulting you with my proposal Yet the man who makes the world laugh has
a greater calling than the man who moves audiences by h1s vo1ce The clown
reaches the heart the singer the ears 'lhink lt over
Reaches the heart thought Tito He laughed at the idea a remorseful
laugh enveloped in pity Soon the laughter faded and the thought began to
overwhelm him Why shouldnt I serve the world in some capacity? he
asked himself He had made his decision
Thus during the following week rehearsal began for T1tos act It was
amazingly clever fairly savored of wit He in the role of the elite of the
clown world accentuated by the mgenuous Yvonne presented a sublimely
r1d1culous act He portrayed a great opera singer and she the beautiful
herome Imagine a clown 1n a red and white costume playing the part of
Faust On the other hand Yvonne was always dressed in regular costume
but never sang It was ridiculous All of Paris was beginning to laugh at
T1tos clever satires Throngs every night left the circus chuckling at the
subtle interpretations Paris was awhlrl sw ept away by this clown an artist
who dared to bring his caricatures to one of the world s greatest opera centers
How was Tito reacting to the new life" He was playing his part he was
truly a clown ai t1st Yet there was one fact that no one in all Paris except
De Froche was aware That was the fact that T1to was a genuine clown
phy s1call5 He used no make up because his nose was naturally large and
mlshapen h1s ey es tiny dots 1n his head and last of all his hair xx as an exact
replica of the red wigs woin by the other clowns Therefoie it was only
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ne essaly for T1tO to u e pa1nt Only De Froche and T1to shared th1s se ret
So 1n order to keep hxs se ret T1to always left the cncus 1n character Even
the exqu1s1te Yvonne b hey ed that beneath the suppo edly false features was
a handsome face well be om1ng h1s y OICG For that reason T1tO on many occa
1on trxed to avold her T me and tlme agam she 1nv1ted h m to her luxur1ous
apartment to 1ng for her but always 'I1to had to hurry to rehearse a new act
Thls was beglnnlng to make T1tO loathe hlmsel for he was growlng to love the
dalnty blue eyed l1ttle Yvonne It was palnful to have to see her every day
and then to hurry away from her l1ke some haunted creature 'lhere had to
be ome way ot f
It o happened that one day as T1tO entered the dre slnv 1ooms he hea1d
a g eat deal o laughter and shoutlng Just then omeone came over to h1m
nd a d Come T1to g1VG Yvonne your blessmg she was marrled last nlght
T1to stared daz edly ahead He couldnt bel1eve that she was to be Wlth h1m
no more N0 he could not go on wlthout her he thought as he lowly began
openlng h1s own door She had been h s ll e hls 1nsp1rat1on
T1to he heard someone call It was Yvonne comlng to h1m Agaln
you are so busy that you cannot even w sh me good luck T1to she laughed
But now I have you cornered and you hant go unt1l you ve made me a
olemn proml e remarked the clever l1ttle lngenue Tonlght at my fare
well party all my frlends here are gomg to perform for my weddmg glft
as a last remembrance Prom1se that you too shall come went on the happy
T1to wa caught If he went to her nartv she would see h m as he really
was an ugly m shapen creature She would plty h1m whereas she had form
rnlred h1m for h1s wonderlul ldeals of be ng an artlst 1n h1s l1ne the clown
world He had to thmk fast and he d1d
Yes Yvonne I shall come but 1f I am to g1VG my l1ttle contr1but1on I
hall have to be 1n costume probably as R1gOl6 to for tonlght I shall gxve a
erlous 1nterpretat1o'1 It shall be my be t proml ed Tlto
But T1t0 I wanted you to be my guest of honor for tonlght You have
always shunned me so be ore answered Yvonne Yet 1f you des1re to g1ve
your vers1on of R goletto you hall T1to and then my frlends of the opera w1ll
all say He belongs w1th us
T1to laughed a sad l1t le laugh all to h11T1 elf for he had tasted the 1rony
of the operauc fuend He st1ll remembered
T1to arr1yed at Yvonne s beaut1ful apartme it on the thlrteenth floor of a
magnlficent bu1ld ng xn the heart of Parls Every one was happy and carefree
that nlght In a moment he was captured by Yvonne who 1ntroduced h1m to
her very handsome husband Ah' she was hfe a flower of the n1ght T1tO
longed to care s her but he suddenly felt a lump m h1s throat He spoke
hurr1edly to relleve the s1tuat1on by say mg Yvonne I have a clever ldea
for your palty It w1ll surprlse them all On that l1ttle balcony wlth the
French w1ndow back of It I shall s1ng It w1ll make them all look up and take
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Oh T1to you ale so clever always th1nk1ng of amusmg the xx o1ld It IS
xeally a wltty xdea But no T1tO that balconv IS only a mock balcony There
lsnt enough room for anyone to stand on xt unless the w1ndow IS open That
could never be be au e th1s 15 the th1rteenth floor repl1ed Yvonne thought
Dont worry Yvonne I shall be mole than careful bes1des I want the
mght as a back ground There are m1ll1on of stars and a moon that seems to
exxst for thxs nlght Now be the llttle sport that you have always been You
know we always took chances ln the CIFCUS remarked TltO trylng to w1n her
con ent wh1ch he knew he now possessed
All rxght T1to but remember th1s IQ our last nlght and I dont want
anythlng to happen to you assented Yvonne
He was the last guest to perform When he appeared on the balcony of
the large drawmg room shouts rang throughout the room Long l1ve T1to
the greatest clown ln all Europe and hurrah for T1to echoed through the
room Slowly he began hlS role Everyone stopped talk1ng The SIIBYICB was
un anny Could th1s be the laugh1ng T1to of the CIFCUS '7 Could th1s vo1ce
belong to a man who used h1s sat1r1cal 1mpersonat1ons to brlng h1m fame? A
he was nearlng the end of h1s sele t1on the room began to shake wlth applause
H1s audlence was clamormg to see h1m as hc was No longer could they be
den ed T1to broke 1nto a laugh a p1erc1ng laugh Tears were rolllng down
h1s cheeks Sobs choked h1m He looked at h s fr ends and then at Yvonne
Would she ex er know h1s secret" He answered the questlon for h1mself He
then bowed low and w1th a qu1ck turn faced the open wlndow The street was
so far below that It was hardly dxscernable Another laugh a Slgh and T1to
tepped forward enveloped by the nlght He was no more A Clown was
gone but a man had dled a man wlth a masked soul
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N1 GHT FANTASY
Softly the ex enmg steals ove1 the glade
Tra1l1ng her ga1ments of lavendor shade
K1ss1ng the flowers w1th l1ps sweet w1th den
L1ght1ng the stars 1D the deepenlng blue
Sllent the moon F1365 over the glen
Calhng the gobhns from shadow and s1n
Calhng the fa1r1es from moonbeams and m1st
Callmg all good spr1tes to keep moonl1ght tryst
Over the dreamy glade moon mus1c sl1ps
Round the queen evenmg the faxry crew tr1ps
Evemng they crown wlth a star wreath and flowers
Makmg her queen of the1r gay moonl1ght hours
SPRING 'll'HlE GOlLlFlElRS lbSlENlElFAC'll'OlR
Year after year as spr1ng comes around
M1ll1ons of men Jo1n that army renound d
Of golfers who leav1ng the1r worr1es and care
Traverse the l1nks findmg new cau e to swear
Even the bus1ness man hearlng the call
Determ1nes to master the llttle whxte ball
He cautlons h1s fr1end please remember your St1CkS
To the w1fe Yes yes dear I ll be home about s1x
And the sun gazlng downward observmg each move
Says Shucks w1ll those 1mbec1les never 1mprove"
They ve been at It for years but they re always the same
They never lose hope that they ll master the game
And so on unt1l autumn comes once aga1n
Sweet sprmg IS a haven the golfer s doma1n
S1ng a song of chool days
Days so full of fun
Four and twenty classmates
Always on the run
Glabbmg for a penc1l
Reachlng for a book
Passxng b1ts of paper wh1le
AVO1d1Hg teacher s look
Why are we so happy
When we are 1D schoo
It IS not the homework
Nor the teacher s rule
Its because we re carefxee
And we l1ke to play
And we do a dlfferent thmg
Every s1ngle day
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A MADWANS REVENGE
T last Thoma Clarendon was free Free from the confinement of
y gl wh1tewashed walls and t1ny rooms from the monotonous tone of
A heavy footsteps pacmg endlessly down the long cell l1ned corridors
from the unt1r1ng v1g1lance of watchful guards who noted his every
move and most of all from the oppresslve presence of bars 1ron
bars whlch seemed a tanglble symbol of the unrea on1ng stubborn
ness ot the law How he hated those bars They eemed to have burned
the1r way 1nto h1S soul and branded their vertlcle hnes on h1s tortured braln
Yes he was free but to what purposeo He had no love for h1s fellow
men that he should be lmpatlent to rub elbows wlth them If he hated prxson
where1n he had spent the past twenty years a thousand tlmes more he hated
the people who had placed hxm there And he d1d not confine his hatred to
those who had been lmmedlately responslble for the great wrong done to hlm
but w1th the comb1ned force of twenty years of broodlng he hated the whole
of the human race
Now he could scarcely remember a tlme when he had been free It IS true
he could recall the ma1n events of h1s early l1fe but It was as a remembrance
of somethmg he had read of an encyclopedia account for example And 1n
fact up to a certam po1nt his l1fe followed the course of the average encyclo
ped1a l1fe The death of h1s parents when he was qulte young the usual
struggle of a l1vel1hood the convent1onal early interest 1n sclence and then
the expected dlscovery 1n ths ca e a method for producmg hydrogen IH
l1m1tless quant1t1es and at small cost
So far h1s l1fe wa qu1te ord1nary but at this po1nt came a departure of
radlcal nature Instead of tr1umph1ng over hardshlps and rece1v1ng the
plaud1ts of the mult1tude he saw h1s hopes and asplratlons abruptly shattered
by the appearance of a warrant for the arrest of Thomas Clarendon for murder
as for the cause of h1s be ng 3a1led It IS suHic1ent to know that he was framed
by one who had learned of hlS 1nvent1on and hoped to gain control of the r1ghts
after the lnventor had been put in a safe place The unscrupulous plotter never
was able to learn the full part1culars of the discovery and the plan succeeded
only 1n establxshmg Clarendons confinement See1ng the same scene golng
through the same rout1ne mot1ons day aftel day for twenty years HIS was
the reward of the young scientxst for his altru1st1c endeavors to benefit
humanlty Is lt any yy onder he vt ent mad"
FOI there IS no doubt that Thomas Clarendon xy as mad But yet he was
horr1bly cunnmg as only a madman can be And now that he had regained
h1s freedom he lntended to turn all the mtellxgence of hlS perverted mmd
toward a plan for leyenge rex enge on the whole human race for the cruel
tortdre of h1S long XGHIS of confinement And h1s twlsted lntellect had d1S
cox 61 ed a plan yy h1ch xy h1le out of all proport1on to the cause was entlrely to be
expected of a madman of such brllllance of m1nd
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It was early spring whe'1 the scientists of earth first noticed an inexplicable
appearance of hydrogen in small amounts xn the earth s atmosphere It It true
traces of hydrogen had long before been found 1n the air but now the gas was
present in comparatively large quantities and the amount was steadily increas
lng The average man howover paid no more attention to this statement than
the lay man ever pays to mere scientific abstractions
Toward the end of the month the attitude of tne unscientlfic world was
completely revolutionized by a statement in the newspapers that 1f the quantity
of hydrogen in the atmosphere continued to increase at the then existing ratio
there would soon be a danger of the mixture exploding As the average man
read that all that he had ever read of the explosive nature of hydrogen in air
came slowly back The explosion of the atmosphere and then in the full rush
of realization God' the end of the world
The next month witnessed a world wide panic no fires were llghted
millions in the colder lands froze to death rather than usk starting the in
evltable explosion of which they lived in constant fear Such conduct was
unrea onable no doubt as the hydrogen was yet too rare to 1gn1te and as soon
as it reached sufficient concentration no earthly power or caution could pre
vent its being fired by hghtnlng but the inhabitants of the earth were in no
mood for rea on1ng They rushed bl1ndlv fi om one place to another seeking
to escape the invisible menace which was slowly engulfing them and from
which there was no escaping They grovelled at every electric storm fearing
that each Hash would send them into obhvion It was a horrible revenge for
Thomas Clarendon s confinement
At last the day came when the hydrogen reached a degree of concentration
necessary torch a harmless electric discharge that shot in a thin flash from one
cloud to another but it lighted the most awful and most wonderful con
fagration since the beginning of time
Our language IS powerless to describe the scene which took place The
earth was instantly bathed in a earing flame In Europe it was night when
the the explosion took place The transformation from a cool calm and peace
ful night into a roaring raging inferno was instantaneous It would have been
beautiful in its majesty to an observer on the moon
Simultaneous with the flame came the nolse a mighty explosion that
1ocked the earth The world wa twisted and distorted by the awful power
released as if a giant was crushing it in his massive hands The ground
wuthed 1n mortal agony seeming to go every way at once
And then as the earth seemed about to tear itself apart by the power of
its struggle the heat took effect The world appeared to cease in its move
ment to hang motionless an instant in space and then to collapse and melt
into a molten mass
The sun next day shone forth on a strange scene The earth a planet
of heavy semi liquid mas es which moved sluggishly and assumed fantastic
shapes half concealed by the steaming vapols that arose from its surface
lowly composed itself and ettled down to the business of starting over the
creation by the long slow process of evolution of another organism such as
that just destroy ed In one brief half minute the work of countless m1ll1ons
of years was nullified Thus man was destroyed by his own power
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TIHUE STUDENT ACTTVT TY BOARD
THIS board meets every Thursday to d1scuss and outhne all extra
QT 'D currlcular aCt1V1t16S of the school It regulates the Budgets of the
J X varxous clubs and organ1zat1ons All money made 1n act1v1t1es 1S
5 of the school
VHFIOUS members help 1n all aCt1V1t1eS of the school They have
the best lnterests of the school at heart The far s1ghtedness of th1s group has
been responslble for the great success of extra currlcular act1v1t1es at our
Mr Owens IS the chaxrrnan of the board The other members are the
two V109 Prmclpals Mr Scott and M1ss Wh1te the Athletlc D1rector Mr
S1ms two members of the faculty MISS Lane and Mr Schmled and the
Student Presxdent Cosby Thomas
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THTI DllSTlINC'UlISlHllED SERVICE AWARD
HE work of the D1St1DgU1Sh6d Servxce Award Comm1ttee 1S to select
2 from the senlor class of our school those students who have been
consp1cuous IH the1r atta1nments and have d1splayed an except1onal
devotlon to the welfare and p1 ogress of Forest Park Hlgh School and
1ts members Such Dlstlnguxshed SQYVICQ on behalf of the school IS
recogmzed by the award of both bronze and gold plns Bronze p1HS
are awarded to not more than SIX per cent of the senlor class durlng the first
half of the year These honors are usually presented at the m1d year Sen1or
Assembly For the final honors the number 19 reduced by half and ln the
Sen1or Farewell Assembly gold p1ns are presented to the successful cand1dates
as chosen by the comm1ttee the1r number not to exceed three per cent of the
Nomlnatlons for these awards may be made by any teacher or advlsor and
by class club or other school organxzatlon ln the school The commlttee that
makes the aw ards conslsts of the Sen1or Class Adv1sor the Sub Sen1or Adv1sor
three members of the Student Senate the V106 Prmclpals and the Pr1nc1pal of
the school ex officlo The present members are Mlss Whxte M1ss Hudson
Mr Oxy ens Mr Adams Elmer Hoffman Claude Taylor and Loren L1ndley
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HE Senate IS one of the two mam executlve b0d19S of Forest Park
5 5 Hlgh School It IS compo ed of tw elve students who are elected by
l K I popular vote one from each half year The group IS preslded over
ll ' 5 I by the student presldent and meets behlnd closed doors every Thurs
f 5' day 1n the pr1nc1pal s office
every posslble way To do th1s each senator must keep 1n close human touch
w1th the llfe of the school and yet be able to stand off and VIEW lt cr1t1ca1ly
observmg 1tS faults and Weaknesses He must be ready to gxve constructlve
suggestlons and plans for lmprovlng thelr condltlons If his pomts are good
they are acted upon and backed up by the Senate
The purpose of the Senate IS to help better school condxtlons 1n
In the past the Senate has accomphshed many worthwhlle proJects One
of the most xmportant of these IS lts arrangements for the ele t1on of student
pres1dents It has also had an lmportant part 1n the last Arbor Day celebra
tlon The Senate has often made 1tS good lnfluence felt 1n numberless small
ways thus makmg our school a great co operatlve body
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It HE Board of Student Representatlves IS composed of a lepresentatlve
gay 6 l from each advlsory class It holds 1ts regular meetlng every Mon
g l day during the adv1sory perlod Th1S group IS preslded over by the
T Student Presldent and lt devxses plans for the betterment of school
cond1t1ons under hls leadershxp Questxons and problems are brought
up at these meetlngs these ale dlscussed and lmprovements made
After the meetlng IS adjourned announcements and results of dlscusslons are
carrled back to the advisory classes
Smce the beglnnmg of the school co operat1on between students and
faculty has been made posslble by thls board Here only subJects that tend to
better the school are consldered
In other words the Student Boaxd IS a counclllng together regardlng
our problems concernmg Forest Park Hlgh ln whlch every student through
hls class representatlve may have a part
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foster school Splrlt
5-To promote good fellowshlp
1929 1930 EDITORIAL STAFF
Edztor m Chzef JEROME BLUM
Asszstant Edztor m Chzef DOROTHY DILLOW
Asszstant Edztor m Chzef CATHERINE KALTENBACH
Assoczate E dztor NORMAN HEANEY
Busmess Manager MARGARET MCDOWELL
Mr LeShack Mr Calder
Margaret Llppmcott Adolph Shaplro Ellen Txckner Bernlce
Sehgman Luclene E Engleman Jane Bullough Stanley
Blumberg Samuel Jacobson
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THE STUDENT AQTTVTTH BANK
OREST PARK IS the first of the schools 1n Balt1more to benefit by
the estabhshment of a school bank The Student ACt1V1tX Bank was
created three years ago by 1tS present adx 1sor and IS at present one
of the most act1ve organlzatxons 1n the school
.K Whereas formerly one student transacted all of the lntrlcate
buslness of banklng there has now exolxed an organlzatlon con
slstlng of fixe SGDIOYS who under the superv1s1on of theu' adusor manage
effimently all the buslness connected xx 1th the bank The bank xssues 1ts oxxn
pr1nted checks and deposlt sllps wh1le 1tS depos1to1s are presented w1th pass
books ln wh1ch notatlons of BVGIQ deposlt are recorded by the recelvlng teller
The flnanc1al servxces of the Student ACt1V1t3 Bank are qu1te adx antflgeous
to the clubs and other school organlzatlons Each of these organlzatlons
possesses a separate account w1th the bank wh1ch 1n turn depos1ts 1ts funds to
one account at the Unlon Trust Company The Student Actlxlty Bank IS one
of the most beneflclal bcsldes belng the most unlque org 1D1Zdl.lOI1 of the school
Recezl znq Teller RICHARD WOTTHLIE
Payzng Teller MORRIS FRIEYIAN
Statement Clerk NORA KIRSSIR
Audztor ESTER SHECTER
Adtzsor MR KATENKAMP
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HERE are many clubs 1n Forest Park Hlgh School each of whlch
6 ,1 possesses a d1st1nct purpose and polxcy and whlch have certam
N defimte accomphshments Among these the G1rls Leader Club 1S
Q I un1que 1n each of the e respe ts F1rst of all lt dlffers from the
ordmary organlzatlon 1n that It exlsts not for 1tS own sake but for
the benefit of the glrls of the school Second 1ts 1deals and pOl1C18S
are outstandmg 1n the school The purpo e of the Glrls Leader Club IS to
gather together all the glrls who mean somethmg to the school 1nto a force
that may be unlversally felt Under the guldan e of M1ss Whlte the g1rls
elected because of leader h1p of chalacter are banded together to exert a
restrammg refinlng and 1nsp1r1ng mfluence on the g1rls 1n th1s school
The achxevements of such a club can easlly be estlmated yet the reahza
t1on surpa ses the ant1c1pat1on The glrl leaders eqforts 1n regard to d1I'6Ct11'1g
traffic worklng on the cafeter1a problem and other da ly SQFVICGS have been
felt 1n the s hool After all the supreme result 1S not a tanglble one That
whlch the glrls of the Leader Club have strlven to accomphsh IS not the
dlrectlng of a few m1nutes of traffic 1n the hall nor the servmg of delectable
refreshments to our schoolmates but the more effectlve and lastlng one of
sp1ead1ng xts ldeals throughout l' orest Park Hlgh School
Preszdent Doms STRUVEN
Secretary SARA BAISH
Recordmg Secretary SARAH LOUISE SHORT
Treasurer EVELYN KANSLER
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THE B035 lIlEADlElR fClLlUB
The Boys Leader Club 1S the most lmportant boys organ1zat1on ln the
school both 1n servlce and 1n lnfluence A leader must strlve to carry out the
very worthwhlle and commendable purpose of
Helplng new boys and encouragmg the rlght attltude ln boys who
are xndlfferent to the best lnterests of the School
Influencmg r1ght conduct on and off the campus
ASSlSt1Hg 1n all emergenc1eS 1I'lV0lV1I'1g the best 1nterests of the
school and 1n extra curr1cular aCtlVlt19S
The club 15 composed of boys carefully Sele ted for thelr mtegrlty depend
ab1l1ty and w1ll1ngness to Serve 1n any capacxty benefltxng the school
Durlng the past year the OI'gaH1Z3tlOI1 has been more successful ln accom
pllshlng 1ts purpose than ever before
Preszdent HENRY PHILLIPS
Treasurer EMMANUEL ROSENSTOCK
Secretary JAMES THOMPSON
Advzsors MR Sco'rT DR FREDERICK MR ANDERSON
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CGlIRlLS J F CLUB
It IS the purpose of the members of the Glrls F Club to uphold the
standards set forth IH 1ts COHSt1tUt10D Some of these are
To support all school projects
To promote sportsmanshlp
To promote athlet1cs
To honor the Major F and the glrls who wear It
Last year qulte a few prom1nent members of the F Club graduated but
m sp1te of th1s and 1n sp1te of the fact that the club had to reorgamze 1n Sep
tember the glrls have supported the 1deals of the club and worked for the
school 1n many ways The members of the F Club act as hostesses for
v1s1t1ng teams and also act as general examples of conduct and appearance
for the other g1rls 1n the student body It IS an honor and prlvllege to be a
member of th1s club To Joln a g1rl must have earned her major F and
th1s IS not an easy task
Secretary Treasurer DORIS STRUVEN
Advzsofrs ANNABEL WHITE LUCY J OURNEAY
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HE Boys F Club composed of boys who have earned the1r major
ft letters ln varsxty sports IS pecul1ar m that It has no officers and no
regular meetmg day Its sole arm IS to ass1st 1n every way poss1ble
the promotxon of 'any school projett At all the games soual events
M and presentatlons IH the aud1tor1um F men are on hand leady and
Etc' eager to help An F man besxdes bung '1 good athlete must haxe
evldenced at all tlmes obedlence to ordels good sportsmansh1p and gentle
The F men 1n the graduatmg class ale
Cosby Thomas Charles Pollard
Norman Shavltz Ben Gooden
Sylvan Fox H6H1y Phllllps
Jack Boyle Henxy Clabiugh
Ben Chertkoff Anthom Del Neg
Isadore Gordon Albert Baernstexn
Emanuel Rosenstoclx Norman Heanex
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Preswlent COSBY THOMAS
Vzce Preszdent NORMAN HEANEY
Correspondmg Secretary EDWIN FRAZIER
Treasurer JAMES THOMPSON
To create ma1nta1n and extend throughout the school and commun1ty
h1gh standards of Chrlstlan character
Th1S has been a most successful H1 Y yea1 Early ln the school term the
H1 Y Club planned a fine assembly ln wh1ch we lntroduced to the school our
Clty Wlde adv1sOr Mr Frank L1ddle And who does not remember Dont be
a monkey '7 We were also represented at the Older Boys Conference both
here and 1n Cumberland Another H1 Y success was our Open meetmg 1n
whlch parents and fr1ends of the members were mvlted As usual we Hnlshed
up the year w1th our annual dance held dur1ng the latter part of May To
gether Wlth our c1ty Wlde advlser Mr Llddle our club adv1ser Mr Longley
and our very able Officers the H1 Y Club has seen the predlctlon of a most
successful year come true
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Preszdent RAYMOND GLASER
Vzce Prestdent LEON SCHRETER
Secretary ELLIOTT C WINNER
Admsor Miss GENEVIEVE PLACID BUTLER
NDER the expert and falthful leadersh1p of Mlss Butler the orchestra
has become a leadlng organ1zat1on at Forest Park It has always been
on the Job at assembl1es commencements operetta and plays Then
too It has played for the Parent Teachers ASSOC13tlOH has enter
ta1ned at outs1de soc1al fun t1ons and has broadcast ox er radio
The orchest1a s most outstand ng members are now bemg
awarded a Non Athletzc letter Only member having certain speclal quahfi
cat1ons are bexng glven thls letter upon re omme Tdatlon by the adusor and
the oiiicers comm1ttee
As this orgamzatxon IS one of the outstandmg ones ID the school It
deserves to be pra1sed and supported
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Preszdent MARGARET HINDS
Secretary EUGENIA SILBERSTI-:IN
UCH can be wrxtten about the Forest Park Semor Glee Club Under
the enthus1ast1c leadershlp of MISS GGHGVIQVG Butler It IS rap1dly
f approachmg the he1ghts 1n mus1cal attamments Stralns of many
songs not taught IH the classroom echo from the mus1c room durmg
ff the weekly meetmgs The club also takes an actlve part IH all school
product1ons The majorlty of the chorus and all of the prmclpals
of The Ge1sha the very beautuul operetta g1V91'1 by the school are mem
bers of the Glee Club The club contrlbutes a great deal to fostermg rr1us1cal
apprec1at1on 1n the school and 15 growmg m reputatlon and 1n reperto1re
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THE JUNIOR Gl lElE CITUB
HE Junlor Glee Club has been 1ecogn1zed as an organ1zat1on of great
capab1l1ty It has furnxshed qulte a few muslcal programs at assem
bl1es A selected few partlclpafed 1n Mr Denhue s fest1val of muslc
on May 8th The club 1ndeed well deserves pralse for IIS many
The club meets every Tuesday ID Room 217 under the splend1d
'1dv1sorsh1p of Mlss Helen Bakes
Preszdent MARY CIRRI
Secretary JEANE GREENFIELD
Treasurer DORIS ESBACH
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THE JULLY3 JTUNHUR lIlUlB5lIlLlElE
HE 1930 Jolly Junxor Jub1lee was 81t1S11C3lly Fman 1ally and muslcally
Cf? 0 successful The major attractlon ot the Jub1lee the Aud1tor1um
5 bells thr1lls mystere danclng smgmg boy and g1rl choruses and
specxalty acts went out of thelr way to hold the mterest of the
A l1ttle prlvate but nevertheless ecfectwe 1l'1SL11I'6 t1on was staged by the
gym show comm1ttee Completely unbalanc1ng all precedents a h1ghly mod
ern1zed mmstrel show was presented xn the boys gym
The fact that the 1ntent1ons of the bazaar comm1ttee were kept str1ctly
pr1vate untxl February 28 at 7 30 made the surprlse all the more appre lable
It 1S wh1spered about that no less than elghty seven feet of varxous colored
sweet peas were requ1red to convert the booths and the prosalc g1rls gym 1nto
the bower of llght and beauty that It was
In the Press of February 27 the Jubllee was heartxly recommended to
men women chlldren all k1nds of 1elat1ve bargam hunters Scotchmen and
anybody el e seekmg real entertalnmedt Apparently all these and a few
more accepted our eddor ement slnce over 3 300 pe sons trekked 1nto Forest
Park on the two n1ghts
At 11 30 Saturday n1ght all that remalned of the 1930 Jubllee was wlthered
flowers saggmg streamers emoty soft dunk bottles four lost compacts one
stray glove dxrt and a mere two thousand dollars m the school cocfers But
forgetful of the wearmess the gray ha1rs the u ele s trmkets and the money
thus acqulred the school teemed for two glorlous nxghts w1th excltement and
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lNE of the outstandmg events of the year at Forest Park High School
was the presentatlon of The G91ShH by the talented members of the
school The operetta was g1ven on the evemngs of May 25 and 26 1n
4 The cast lncluded both Japanese and Enghsh characters the
story s locale bemg 1n 1 tea house 1n Japan The gelsha O Mlmosa
San '1 smglng and dancmg gul about whom the operetta centered was
chalm 1gly poltrayed by Eugenm S1lberste1n who had prevlously demon
rated her '1b1l1ty bf fore the publ1c Henry Kltt who acted the role of a
Chln man gave an arnusmg performance The leadxng male characters who
pr ed OppOS1tG M ss Sllberstexn were Sylvan Nusbaum Harvey Stone and
Henly Be1wange1 All of these acted thelr parts exceptlonally well The
Hofllchter Elsle Rudoff flnd Courtlce Ahrens
Flowexs were plesented to MISS Geneuexe P Butler the advxser ln
chalge of the ope1etta and Mxss Ruth H Hud on xx ho coached the dxalogue
The school ought to congratulate ltself upon haxxng such wonderful leaders ln
lts faculty Others who assxsted were the MISSGS Bakes Ebert Rams Levln
on Norms Lane Exerlst and Bralnard Mr Longley xxlth h1s Gang of In
xlslbles set up the scenes and Mr Jolley made up Engllsh speaklng Japs
L 1st but not le lst the school expresses its thanks to Mlldred Coyle 29 who
t'1ug,h the Gush IS then g0StU1 es and hoxx to use thelr fans ln sex eral choruses
These 'ue some of the persons out of the plcture xx ho made the production
poss1ble and to xx hom the school IS efctxemely grateful
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HE Masquers the senlor dramatlc club IS an organlzatlon for the ap
prec1at1on of fine drama It has always been one of the foremost a1ms
of the Masquers to consrder only the better dramas We have found
that Just as much real fun can be gotten from these finer dramas as
from second rate works In our meetlngs we dlscu s plans and from
.MI tlme to tlme dramatlze parts of them In the cour e of the year we
have enjoyed a theater party at whlch t1me we all saw Wllllam Glllette 1n hls
return 1n Sherlock Holme a v1s1t to Paul Edels costum shop and a tea
whlch We held 1n May At th1s tlme several members of the Vagabond Theatre
Group were here and spoke to us When one thmks of the Masquers one
necessar1ly thlnks of the Shakespeaman assemblles whlch we have staged every
year on Aprxl 23 Shakespeare s bxrthday Th1s year we gave four outstand
mg scenes from Macbeth The Banquet Scene The W1tCh9 Scene The
Sleep Walklng Scene and The Lady Macduff Scene Members of the Masquers
are always ready to help m assemblles and plays g1ven by the varlous classes
Mlss Alta E Thompson of the Englxsh Department IS the advlsor of the club
Pres dent CHARLOTTE CASSELL
Secretary WILLIAM DE WOLFF
Treasurer FLORENCE EISEN
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HE JUHIOI Dramatlc Club lb one o the most Impoltant olganlzatlons
IH the Jumor H1gh School It hx many members and attempts to
g1V6 all a chance to enter lI'lt0 Its many actlvltlea
Thls 5831 It partIc1p'Ited fox the Se ond txme In the Jub lee
presenting a semes of Valentmea In pantomlme The Chmstmas play
The Comxng of the Llght was Q0 xx ell llked that Il wa repeated
for the Parent Teachers Asso Iatxon
The meetmgs of thls club are noted fox or1g1n'1l1t5 and Intexest M0tl0H
pmturea and features bx members, have mall-ed the enterta1nme It
Pres dent WILLIANI PHILLIPS
Vzce Preszdent JEANETTE KINSEY
Seuetary CARMAN JOXIES
Adtzbom MISS SMITH MISS WRIGHT Miss SIEGEL
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THE FORESTER - '
F HE Forest Park Art Club IS a l1v1ng organ1zat1on 1n Wh1Ch club sp1r1t
1S the foundat1on for 1tS aCt1V1t16S Th1S club 1S one of great prom1se
y 5 gd but 1ts future accompl1shments may best be gauged from 1ts prev1ous
ones wh1ch ecl1pse those of each precedmg year Outstand1ng 1n th1s
QQM year s achlevements IS the Art1sts Tea at whlch three of Balt1more s
and MISS Margaret Lau exh1b1ted the1r plctures and spoke a few words to the
club We have had other speakers from outs1de such as Mr Baldrey and M1ss
It IS not only the guests who figure 1n the Art Club act1v1t1es for the mem
bers often present the feature of a meet1ng Door pr1zes have been awarded
to lucky members these prlzes were p1ctures In connect1on w1th the club 1S
a Fr1day afternoon Oll pa1nt1ng group who assemble 1n MISS Norms room to
EXGFCISG and develop the1r talent It 1S not surpr1s1ng that the Art Club should
enjoy such popular1ty and success for we have as adv1sors MISS Norrxs M1ss
Bralnard MISS Bartlett and M1ss Ever1st Our officers are Pres1dent W1lma
Waskey VICE Pres1dent Stanley Blumberg R6COTd1Dg Secretary Margaret
L1pp1HCOtt Correspondlng Secretary Al1Cl8 Banos
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THE PUIETRY CLUB
HE Poetry Club IS a group of students who meet to read and enjoy
an poetry together The purpose of the club IS to promote mterest and
appre 1at1on of poetry and lf posslble to stlmulate composltlon Any
one who IS lnterested ln poetry IS welcome to Jom us Composltlon of
poetry IS not ne essary to enter the club Our meetlngs are very 1n
formal and are seldom entlrely serxous Sometlmes we meet out of
doors and even enjoy p1cn1cs together We have both serlous and gay sldes
to our club A booklet of poems will soon be publxshed So lf you llke poetry
hght or deep and want to have a good t1me we will welcome you mto our club
Preswlent MARY ANN DOUGLAS
Vzce Preszdent LUCIENE ENGLEMAN
Treasurer LELA SCHMIDT
Program Manager WARREN MEDFORD
Art Representatzve AMANDA BROWN
Press Agent MARGARET L1PP1Nco'rT
Advzsors Miss ELIZABETH JONES Miss ETTA SMITH
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THE HOMIE ECONOMICS CLUB
The Home Economlcs Club has passed another very successful year The
ofllcers were elected at the first meetlng w1th the followxng results
Preszdent MARGARET IJAMS
V ce Preszdent SARAH GRAVES
Treasurer VIRGINIA HARRISON
A party for new members was also g1ven early In the year Under the
excellent 1eadersh1p of our advlsor Mlss Church we have enjoyed the very
Interestmg meetxngs as well as the soclals One more step forward has been
taken by the club by acqulrxng regular club pms Durlng the entlre year the
members have enJoyed the work of the club and Hnd much sat1sfact1on In the
1'E3l1Z3t1Of1 that It has fimshed another year In the school
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THE CR AXTTSVFIANS C I LB
HE Craftimans Club each year has been progressmg more and more ln
bulldlng model a1rplaneS tables lamps boats and useful artlcles for
the home Through the effortS of Mr Quman 1ts adVl or the boys
are taught how to properlx u e ihe tools mn the shop There are
nlnety txxo membe s on loll the majorxtx of xxhom hive bullt model
hi alrplanes Thls spolt helps, box s alon xx ho 'ue lnterested ln aeronau
t1cS Once exux sevexal months xxe hold feasts xx h1eh the boxs enjox
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THE RADHU CIUUB
NE of the schools most mterestlng and 1nstruct1ve clubs has just com
pleted a very succe sful year Th1s club under the personal d1rec
t1on of Mr Young has made several re ords durmg the past season
of wh1ch lt can be justly proud
L J Flrst there IS somethmg the whole school can apprec1ate the
Aud1tor1um Ampllfier The new sh1elds wh1ch were des1gned espe
clally for houslng our dynamlc reproducers add a touch of d1gn1ty to our
audltorxum wall Prlor to th1s year we had but one of the e speakers now
we have two wh1ch seem to balance the sound waves more equally
Next IS somethlng wh1ch IS not completed but 1n the process of construc
t1on an amateur broadcastlng statlon Th1s Job when completed w1ll be one
of the most powerful 1n the South It IS not decnnlte as yet but It w1ll be
approxlmately 250 watts WCAO now broadcasts on 250 so one can compare
These are just a few of accompllshments wh1ch the Rad1O Club has
ach1eved Th1s club IS 1n a class by ltself Come to room 505 any Monday
after school and learn the art of Amerlca s largest lndustry
Preszdent STANLEY BLUMBERG
Vzce Preszdent ALLAN BURNS
Secretary Treasurer HENRY BERWANGER
Advzsor MR YOUNG
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The Forest Park Chem1stry Club was reorgamzed ln February 1930 A
large number of Senlors and Sub Senlors lmmedlately showed thexr lnterest
by Jolnlng at the first meetmg The followmg officers were elected
Preszdent JOSEPH SCHENTHAL
Vzce Preszdent JOHN ENGEL
Treasurer CHARLES GOODELL
Advzsors DR FREDERICK and MR DICE
The purpose of the club IS to promote lnterest ln Chemlstry throughout the
Forest Park Hlgh School Meetlngs are held the second and fourth Wednes
days 1n each month
Our meetlngs so far thls year have been very enjoyable Dr Freder1ck
made an mformatlve and mterestlng talk on Gas Warfare and Mr D1ce has
spoken before the club on the subject of Coal Mlhlng The 4 lub has VlS1ted
four 1ndustr1al plants The Gas Company at Sprln Gardeas Hendlers Ice
Cream Factory The Amerlcan Sugar Refimng Company and The McCorm1ck
Plant Outslde speakers lncludmg Mr Ph1llxp L Robb mstructor at the Bal
tlmore Clty College have been lnvlted to speak at future meetlngs We also
plan to make a study of the 1ron and steel lndustrles Thus through the
Chemlstry Club students are able to learn more about the practlcal apphca
tlons of Chemlstry
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HE Stamp Club has pas ed another successful year for though the
Q53 membershlp was mall 1t was ve1y act1ve All a1rma1l out of the
Clty on May bth re G1V6d a spe 1al cachet commemoratlng the first
annlversary of a1rma1l 1n the c1ty The presldent of the club was
the cha1rman of the comm1ttee appolnted by the Eastern A1r Trans
port to do th1s work
The officers of the club tr1ed hard to 1n1t ate an mterscholastlc meet but
the attempt was un ucce sful becau e o the 1nact1v1ty of the other clubs 1n
the c1ty Several successful auct1ons were held however The members of
the clubs are justly proud of 1ts a1rma1l cove1 collectlon wh1ch IS the finest
owned by a publxc school stamp club The soc1ety has corresponded wxth other
clubs ln thls countrv and ab1 oad and IS therefore well known to manv out 1de
of the C1tV
Preszdent LEONARD ROSENBERG
Secretary MELVIN SoLLoD
Treasurer NORMAN SOLLOD
Advzsor Miss DRYDEN
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SOCHETAS ROWANA SENIOR
HE Socletas Romana alms to blend the classroom work wxth addl
CT 'ED tlonal mater1al so as to further a knowledge of Roman llfe and Roman
wrlters Thls purpo e IS gamed by dramatxzatlons songs games and
lantern shdes durlng the meetmgs The fact that the club has one
of the largest membersh1ps m the school IS proof that the meetmgs
, +9 are lnterestmg and worthwhlle
hold1ng open meetlngs an effort IS made to g1VG other students an
opportunlty to share 1n our enjoyment Phe club has a very large membel
shlp and has had an average attendance of over 150 puplls thls term
We cordlally 1nv1te all students to 1o1n us IH our fun at our meetmgs
Wh1Ch are held the second Wednesday 1n each month
SENIOR LATIN CLUB OFF ICERS
Consul DoUcLAs LOCKARD
Praeter FRANK HAUSER
Prmceps Quaestorum ELMER HOFFNIAN
Aedzle NATHANIEL KURNICK
Adusors Miss Ros Miss EBAUGH and Miss BENSON
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SOCCIUETAS RUMANA JUNIOR
V'lHE Jun1or sect1on of the Lat1n Club meets the thlrd Thursday of every
month 1n Room 217 Dues are S 25 a emester cover1ng l1ght refresh
K5 5 ments and 1mple pr1zes The act1v1t1es of the club lnclude games
cross word puzzles plavs songs rounds and stereopt1can VIGWS of the
Q hfe and customs of the Romans
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students and to 1ncrease the1r knowledge of the Roman people and Roman
The p1n wh1ch exemphfies th1s purpose has clasped hands for fr1endsh1p
and a Roman lamp for knowledge
The motto of the club IS Ego certe meum rel publzcae atque soczetatz
Romanae oyficzum praestabo
Consul HOUSTON Rr-:ESE
Prmceps Quaestorum DULANEY FosTI-:R
Aedzle S1-ZBA RUSSELL
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LIE ClERfClE FRANCAIS
Le Preszdent PAUL MILLER
Le Vzce President ETHEL GASKEL
GND CERCLE FRANCAIS now 1n the second year of 1ts ex1stence con
t1nue to be one of the outstandxng clubs of the school Our purpo e
to study the Fren h language more m1nutely than IS po s1ble ID the
cla sroom IS accompl hed by readmg and varled conver atlons
Last term L anglals tel gu on le parle bv T11 ton Bernard was
glven at an assembly Thls play was coa hed bv Charlotte Cassell
Who can ever forget the charmlng coquette played by Vera Coster her bash
ful young husband our pxesxdent Paul Mlller ln d QQUISQ and the raxmg
father played by MOFFISOH Hlhnq Who dldnt remark durlng the presenta
t1on Dont those hotel employers know thelr Frencho And how These
per onages were depleted by Mary Stewart LBXVIS Harold Fox and John Red
dlck As usual Jerome Sanner 1nc1ted much lntere t ln hls role of pOllC8
lnspector Those graduatmg hope Le Cercle FFQDCHIS wlll cont nue to flourlsh
under the able dlrectlon of 1ts dvlsor Mr Moore
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Le Secfretaire ............,...................................,.....................,...................... JOHN REDDICK
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VW e ond year class m German but also those members of the first year
1 Q class who were interested in German and wished to be ome bettei
l 7 German and most of the activities ale of the type that cannot be a
part of the regular classroom work because of the lack of time The
Jeelfic activities in the club vary sometimes consisting of games that every
one plays 1n the English language Members of the club however play them
in German We also read German stones and learn to sing German ballads
The purpose oi the club is to better a ouaint its members with the German
literature language writers songs and customs Undei the guiding hand of
our advisor Mr Schm1ed we have accomplished many oi our aims
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Catherme Curry Lucy Journeay Lucy Hyde Thelma Ebert
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Pollard Prelst Rutherford
Azzarello N1ckols Freedman
Magazme Baer Rlst
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Captam elect J KALB
Manager A BAERNSTEIN
Coach MR SIMS
Del Negro F razxer Mogul
Young F1ne Elchellberg
Hurrelbrmk Kahn Boyland
League Udoff Drape
Bram Shedd Merson
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Captam C THOMAS
M anagev' REDDICK
Coach MR AXMAN
H Fox Thomas Moulton Ruben
Hess S Fox Madanxck Shavltz
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HE 1930 baseball team under the expert tu
tllage OL Coach Anderson and the capable
leadershlp of Capn Joe Baer hopped off
to a fa t start of the season by smothermg
Franklln Day S hool at Hanlon Park 25 runs
g CFVIHQ as the smotherlng apparatus Frank
l1n Day accxdentally pu hed one run across thus sav
mg lt elf from a shut out To add to whatever 6XC1te
meat there was Gooden and I-ess poled out one c1r
cult clout each a good beg1nn1ng
The next game was played at Hanlon Park and re
ulted 1n Dunhams School taklng the short end of a
lo 3 s o e As though not to be outdone by Gooden
and He s Capn Joe and Ray Shxpley roped 1n a
four bagger each maklng the count four homers 1n
Washlngton to exper1ence a heart renderlng defeat at
the hands of Central Hlgh School of C Track Meet
fame Central pushed fourteen tallles over the platter
whlle Forest Park only reglstered ten It seemed that
Johnny Kalb couldnt get h1s eye on the plate and
con equently gave out a few unneces ary free tlCketS
to first There were no features of the game except
mg that excltement ro e to fever heat when at the
end of the fouxth 1nn1ng the score stood 7 5 for Cen
tral However Central soon cooled down the fever
by beffmmng to reglster Th1s was the only non
league game the boys lost
The followlng Wednesday the n1ne met Gllman on
Gllmans grounds to snatch a vlctory of 5 0 from the
und1smayed opponent Although Gllman got elght of 1ts men on first base
only one reach the look IH corner a great credlt to p1tcher Kalb who had
struck out exght men Th1s vlctory somewhat removed the blood from the
eyes of the vengeance seekxng Gleen and Gray squad
The next Saturday the team agaln Journey ed to Wash1ngton to meet Mt
St Albans Hlgh School and took a 12 6 encounter from a hard fightlng oppos
mg squad Bolognese stepped up to the plate 1n the fourth frame wlth the sack
loaded and one man down and calmly pushed the ball over the center Held
fence Four runs scored on one pnched ball' Agaln IH the nlnth the grln
nlng Kalb took a fa1r swat at the horsehxde and was I'9JO1C9d to see lt soar ove1
the rlghtfleld ba1r1er Hess sco1 ed from thlrd base on that h1t A happy team
was most roy ally ed and cou1 teously tzeated by thelr graclous host St Albans
Then came the first league encounter of the season w1th Severn Hlgh at
Hanlon Park In the filst 1nn1ng xuth the sacks full Bolognese hlt a trlple
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nlne had scored nme talhes Chung Hoon the far
famed Severn star was the malnstay of Severns de
fen e The game ended w1th the Green and Gray
mltlmen on the long end of a 15 11 count
The Loyola game a league one 1nst1lled a l1ttle ap
prehensxon ln the hearts of Cap n Joe s squad and lt
was he gh ened when Loyola scored one run 1n the
first frame However confidence was regalned when
1n the second four talhes were counted 1n our fax or
Both teams scored lntermrttently thereafter but For
e t Park mtermltted the most The game stopped at
12 6 leavmg us at the head of the hlgh school league
wlth two wms and no losses
Then to rel eve the straln of league game playlng
the boys met Dunham s at a return game at Mt Wash
mgton Oval The squad easlly took a 9 6 v1ctory from
the r opponents Needless to say Dunhams had 1m
proved 1tS form so that the game was not as easlly won
as had been expected
The th rd league bout was fought out w1th Polv
at Roosevelt Park Poly bowed to the trxumphant
Forest Park mne to the score of 5 2 Kalb p1tch1ng
won h1S own ball game Faclng 35 men 1n nlne 1n
nlngs he struck out 12 and gave 3 walks Then at
bat h1mself he h1t a pair of two sackers h1tt1ng 1n 2
runs He proved hlmself an a1r tlght pltcher Forest
Park was left st1ll 1n the lead of the league w1th 3 wlns
As th1S annual goes to press there rema1ns three
to be played Clty Mt St Joseph and Calvert Hall
A brlef summary of the season w1ll make an lnter
NON LEAGUE GAMES LEAGUE GAMES
Battlng Avg Hlts Runs Scored A Hlts Runs Scored
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Cflpfflm HAROLD Fox
Manager CHARLES HOFFBERGER
Cvfwh MR REX SIMS
One Hundred Fzfty one
Harold Fox Robert Reld
Sylvan Fox Donald Levinson
Howard Maldels Irvlng Robinson
Herbert Fmbush Rus ell Mlller
Wlth a State Champ1onsh1p to hold the Forest Park
wdeters ettled down to serlous tralnlng early in
March under the expert supervlslon of Coach Rex
Manager Hoffberger set before h1s team a dlflicult
hedule that 1n luded Poly C1ty Loyola Calvert Hall
and other teams of llke callbre
The Green and Gray courtmen invaded Poly and
took the match 5 to 2 The hlgh spot of the match
xxas the duel between Seth of Poly and Maldels of
Coach Sxms charges then proceeded to run rough
shod over Mt St Joseph W1I'1I'1lI'1g slx out of seven
matches Exceptlonally good tenms was dlsplayed by
the Fox Brothers who won thelr matches wxth llttle
The Foresters then succumbed to the 1nv1nc1ble Cxty netmen Maldels
dlsplayed wonderful court work when he captured the only v1ctory for
Wlth bloodth1rsty determ1nat1on the Foresters whlte washed Central Hlgh
of Washlngton The Senators were unable to chalk up a slngle v1ctory Re1d
of Forest Park took the hmehght when he defeated Morcross 1n a match that
went three sets
As thls 5, ear book goes to press Coach Slms and Cap
ta1n Harold Fox feel assured of a successful season
wlth these remalnlng matches to be played
Calvert Hall May
Severn May lim 'fb
Due to the de eat suffered at the hands of C1ty Col
lege the Forest Park hopes for another State Cham
p1onsh1p were obl1terated There remalns however a
hght pos 1b1l1ty 1n case Clty College should be de
xeated by another team Thxs would t1e Forest Park
and Clty College and a play off between the two teams
would be necessary to determxne the champ1onsh1p
On the whole the school feels that our tennls team
played good clean tennls and was a credlt to our
school They d1d thelr best and thelr best was excel
lent so what more can be asked
Graduatxon deprlves the team of the servlces of
Sylvan Fox Donald Lev1nson and Irvlng Roblnson
next year Coach Slms Wlll have to draw h1S mate
r1al from Malde1s Fr1bush Re1d and Mlller Dan
Shaplro w1l1 manage the Forest Park netmen next 'K' W
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Captam CLAUDE TAYLOR
Manager CHARLES BICHEY
Coach MR REX Snvxs
E tne track squad out for 1tS first pract1ce
Manager Bxchy unable to secure but one
dual meet that Wlth Mt St Joseph en
tered h1s team IH tra k add Held carmvals
i 4 Thls schedule 1n luded the Indoor Meet at
the Flfth Reg ment Armory the P A L Carnlval
at Car1 oll Park and the Maryland Inter Scholastlc
Mee at Homewood
Tue flrs meet of the eason found the Foresters
at the Fltth Reg ment Armory Wlth Poly C1tV
Southe Vocatlonal and Forest Park competlng
When the scores were complete Forest Park was
acclaxmed the wlnner w1th a SIX pomt lead over
Poly Due to a techmcahty Poly was adjudged to
be the w1nner w1th 102 to Fore t Parks 98
The outstandmg performance of thls meet was the 220 yard dash whlch
Schlldwachter Boyle and Frazler captured for Forest Park taklng the Hrst
three places respe tlvely The Foresters also captured the hlgh Jump the m1le
relay and the 12 pound shot put The Jun1ors d1d exceedlngly well takmg
four first places five second and three thlrd places
Capta1n Taylor then led h1s team to Mt St Jo
eph where they were defeated by a 6.3 to 52 score
Berwanger dxsplayed fine form when he out threw
h1s Mt St Joe r1vals 1n both the dlscus and Javelln
events Ph1ll1ps also d1d fine work taklng the 880
1n rare form The Foresters fought hard taklng five
fir t five e ond and fixe th1rd places
In the P A L C'11n1val the Green and Grey had
e v men e1te1ed IH the we1ght events countlng 1n
le d on then track entlles Thls seemlngly spelled
our defeat fox thou h we won five filst places Poly
md C1t5 were able to plle up a lead through the
e Xl es of then held men The Foxesters showed
up well ln the SCIIIOI races XV1Il'l Phllllps taklng flrst
1n the 880 and Flnk duphcatmg 1n the century
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Aver ton captured second place for Forest Park IH
a very fast mlle run In the Held events Taylor placed
ID the runnlng h1gh jump and the 120 yard hxgh hur
dles wh1le Berwanger contmued h1s wmnmg streak bv
takmg Hrst place 1n the dlscus throw
Pre ed1ng thxs meet Coach S1ms had taken h1s
Jun or track squad to Washlngton to compete IH the
C meet whlch they have won for four successlve
years The Forester seemed assured of a fifth cup
when Dame Fortune ln the shape of the 110 pound
relay team wrested lt from us Whlle runnmg xn first
place the thlrd man was accxdentally tr1pped and the
anchor man though very fast was unable to make up
the gap The 115 pound relay team whxch 15 con
sxdered the fastest 1n the state has had a Jlnx on them
whlch they succeeded 1n breakmg only 1n the P A L
S1ms squad Th1s meet IS held to determme the Hlgh
School Champlonshlp of the state 1n track and Held
ese'1ts Tome school emerged v1ctor th1s year For
est Park avenged thelr prevlous defeats by tymg Poly
and comlng 1n ahead of Cxty
The followmg men are the elght hlghest scorers of
Armory Mt St Joe C1tyPubl1c Md Scho
Meet Dual Meet School Meet lastlc Meet
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The Maryland Inter-Scholastic Meet attracted Coach
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GIRLS CITY CHAMPIONSHIP IIOCIQEY
A Squad Captaln
B Squad Captam
Hazel Foreman Sara Ba1sh Louise Frantz
Anna Roettger Dor1s Struven Fleanor Dew
Lyn Kansler Phylhs Hambsch Emma Ruthke
Myrtle Appleste1nKatherxne ChesterBettv 'iouzer
Katherlne Rlefle Vlfglnla Blake Marie Melcher
Alma Kelser Mary Klng Janxce Frazxer
Helen Todd Dorothy Slngwald
Ethel Wh1te Dorothy Beck
Eleanor Claybaugh Ruth Mlller
Mary Douty SylV1a Schwartz
Katherlne Glbson Gertrude Bram
SCHEDULE OF GAMES
A Team Games Opponents Forest Park
Western H1gh School
Eastern Hlgh School
Eastern H1gh School
B Team Games
Western Hlgh School
Eastern Hlgh School
Eastern Hlgh School
Opponents Forest Park
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The gxrls basketball team Whl h was so splendldly coached by MISS
Journeay had a most successful season and we were greatly dlsappolnted when
we m1ssed the c1ty champ1onsh1p by two and a half polnts to Eastern Every
game was well fought and everyone who played on the squad deserves a great
deal of cred1t
A Squad Captam
B Squad Captam
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' B VOLILIEYBAUL TEAM
GIRLS 'V OLUEYBAIUL
Amanda Brown rranaefer has 1ranged a very 1n erestlng program which
lnclude games w th Towson Catoasvllle Eastern and Western
Captam ANNA ROETTGER
Manager AMANDA BROWN
Coach Miss HYDE
The squad under MISS Hvde s consc1ent1ous coachmg although not always
the wlnners put up a good fight thloughout thls season They showed at all
t1mes that sp rxt of good sportsmanshlp whx h has be ome the ldeal of Forest
Park athletxcs The members of the squad worked very hard dur1ng the
season reportmg ror practl e regularly 1n the mor ungs before school on
Mondays Wedne days and Fridays They deserve commendatlon for then'
wllhngne s and cooperatxve Splflt The most lnterestxng and excxtmg game of
the season was agalnst Towson The g1rls played well together and made an
excellent show1ng wlth thelr splendld teamwork
Towson Aprll 28 Towson May 19
Catonsvllle-May 8 Eastern 81 Western May 26
Catonsvxlle-May 15 Eastern Sz Western May 22
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The gnl l9l'1Il1S tou1 nament a OU1 school has 'ilu axs attractcd mole can
dlda es than anx othel sport The numbex or gnls 111 thls xeal s contest
exceeds am numbez that has ex ev been enteled both 1n toulnament at thls
school aid IH the c1t5 The touznament has been d1v1ded 1nto th1 ee classes
the Novlce the Intermedlate and the Advanced The wlnnel of each sectlon
18 ele ted by means of the laddel system
The rnater1al pre ent 1n the advanced g1OL1p IS bette1 than 1t his ex G1
been 1n the h1sto1y of the school In fact lt 1 so ve1y good that a varslty
tennls team sornethlng that has not emsted for the past two y63lS has been
formed Thls team wmll compete for the Bulnett Trophy presented by D1
Burnett Supermtendent of Pl157S1CHl EduC3t1OH to be sought fO1 by Westeln
Eastern and Forest Park Hxgh Schools
The tennxs squad 15 as follows
Captam GENEVIEVE WALTER
Manager BETTY ROUZER
Coach Miss JOURNEAY
The squad 1n general IS composed of the folloxung members
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Has openlngs for young ladres fhrgh
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Senror nurses g1ven specral course 1n
teachlng and general supervlslon flttlng
For Further lnformaton Call Vernon 0882
Maryland s Master Waterfront
Before Buyrng Your Waterfront Home
For rnformatlon call Plaza 5957
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WILBURF SNIITH Preszdenr
A ter Forest Park What?
The three schools of thls UFIIVLFSIIY glve cvtry Forcst Park Hmgh School
gruduatc a wrdc scopt from VVl1lLll to sclcct 1 trnmng, for hls futurc carccr
A hlgh school cducatlon or IIS cqulx llcnt quallflcs for JCIIIIISSIOU to my
ont of our schools
No pre legal rtqulrcmcnts art ncccssury for tntrmct to our law School
Regular dcgrcc of I I B granttd upon complttmon of 1 thrct ytar coursc
Thcrc are othcr lmportant bcncflts you gam by atttndmg the Umvcrslty
of Baltlmorc We shall he glad to adxxsc you ptrsonally about thcm Just
lsk 'Vlr Kmg Fxccutne Dum m thc school ofhcts
THREE SEPARATE SCHooLs
l Law 2 Letters and Soc1alSc1ences
fo Itlllttlllfllhll Dau and ltmznq Dtpurlrmnls
for Cwczmloq ll rm C ul! ul School or
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LAMBERT TIRE COMPANY
Phone Homewood 5884
3326 KESWICK ROAD BALTIMORE MD
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N a well llghted up to date burldrng occupylng th1rty
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the most modern and latest deslgned machlnery employees
of thls laundry set forth untlrrng efforts f1ve and one half
days every Week to turn out laundry work that satrsiies
work comparable to any and at a reasonable prlce
We have str1ven for nrne years to render an honest publlc
SQFVICQ and We are sure that the reputatlon that we have
burlt up over thrs perrod wlll Wlthstand the ravages of trme
Everyone of you should select some laundry to Whlch to
send your clothes You ll be surprlsed when they come
back You ll Wonder at thelr cleanllness and sweetness and
you ll Wonder Why you have saved thrs one day a week
burden for yourself so long
We operate nlneteen motor vehlcles ln Baltlmore and
VICIHIIY every day ln the Week As near as your closest
In Busmess Sznce 1921
EAST END LAUNDRY INC
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We ulsh to thank the floss of 30 or their co operation and ll.lSh
them Survvss mul I rospvrllv
The power laundry has solved the
b1gg6Sf household problem for m1ll1ons
of Women as exacung as modern
mlnded as yourself These Women
have found 1n the var1ety of laundry
SGYVICGS one that meets thelr needs at a
pr1ce they can afford to pay
Let the LAUNDRY do zt.
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each SIZG 8 XlO Enlargements may also be ohta1ned
We teach fly1ng and av1at1on mechanlcal courses
Why not stop by our uptown office and let us tell you
of the many opportun1t1es to be found 1n the AVIAIIOH
lndustry Now IS the t1me to get 1nto th1s fast growrng
and fasclnatmg lndustry
You can also take fllghts 1n our planes at Logan F1eld
Avenues when II has been completed for S63 up W
have planes seatmg one to four passengers and speclal
twelve passenger planes may be chartered
CURTISS WRIGHT FLYING SERVICE
1215 NoRr11CHA11Ps SIRFFI
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and our huge new airport at Greenspring and Smith
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Forest Park Cafeteria
Warner 86 Company
Hats Clotlnng and
18 Z0 F EAI TIVIORF QTREFT
Q' 422510 Baltimore
E College of Commerce
X ESTABLISHED 1910
The oldest school of tts ktnd tn Balttmore oflertng advanced busmess
courses of college grade Regular courses tn
Also oxer 30 umt subjects offered mcludmg Accounttng Adsertnsxng Engltsh Corre
spondence and Report Nlaktng Corporatton Imance Economtcs Sales Theory and Practtce
Publrc Speakmg Lavx Trafhc Management Sttttsttcs etc
Small classes the problem project as dtstmgutshed from the lecture method of tnstructton
a faculty of practtcal busmess and professtonal men central locatton
Send for new cululoque
Y M C A FRANKI IN AND CATHIDRAI SFREFTS VERNON 1650
Summer Evening l-hgh School
'Ihe summer sesston ofthe Y M C A I xentng Htgh School offers a splendtd opportuntty
to complete one tuo or more standtrd hugh school credtts thls summer
Ireparmtton wtll be offered for College lntrance Itcamtnatton untts tn I ngltsh Htstorj and
'Nlathemxttcs through speetal arrangement wtth the Unncrstty of Xlarxland Other subjects asatl
mble on demand Manx students obtamcd htgh school untts m thts manner last summer Don t
pass up thts fme opportunttj thus summer Scsstons begm Nlondaj .I ne 73 P VI
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Y M C A Evening High School
FRANKLIN AND CATHPDRRL STREETS VERNON 1650
Y M C A Junior Business College
Booleltceptng Shorthand Ixpeu rttmt, md he reltrttl fours s Our 40 tears ctcpernen c
ttttntng, xoung men for busmess I tm ral s
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Buslness Admmlstratlon Hlgher Accountmg
PARK AVENILE AND FRANKLIN STREET
THE ARUN DEL CORPORATION
Contractors and Englneers
Dlstrlbutors of Sand and Gravel
Secretarial, Commercial 'TCGCII61'-,11!'ZiI11I11ff
I'reparc1!z'on For C. P. ' . Degree
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APEX WOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY
WA FERVIEW AVE 26 B E5 O R R
Phone, South 0689
Phom Plaza 3618
FRANK J CooK
ooclal Engrauzng Callzng Cards 'Weddzng Announcements
Lnqraurs of Forest Pazlz Hrqh School Cornmencemenl
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Fmest Table bupplles and
Home Necessmes CORMAN E5 WASSERMAN
3304 QARRISON AVIQNUL
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JOHN T CAMPBELL CoMPANY
Phones, Liberty 8400-1 -2-3
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Stenographlc Hlghar Accountmg IW1lton CourseI
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Jumor I-Xccounungb Commexclal 'Hacbcr Trammg
Complete Busmess Buslmss Admmlstratlon
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Shoe Emdlngs and Shoe
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Machine Tool 86 Dle
TooL AND DIE MAKERS
fxperzmcnlal and Ceneral XVorI
223 S HANOVER ST RLET
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TXVIINES YARNS ROPE
Mops AND WASTE
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Delivered Dustless---Stays Dustless
JEROME SMOKELESS COAL
For Household and Manufacturzng Plants
Largest Distributors 0 Retail Steam
Coal m Baltimore
CALL VERNON 5473
ORENDA COAL CO
Office 24 W. North Ave. Opposite North Ave. Mar
Medical Arts Pharmacy, Inc
The Students Rendezvous
Cathedral and Read Streets
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Shlrts and Collars
Nlornmg Afternoon and Carr K Brlnton
Z2 CoMMERCE STREET
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SCULPTURE QOST IGS
MUSICAL INSTRUM ENT 5
vncrnom RECORDS 4 Co, 250
Music row. GLEE cum
BOOKS FOR LJBRARY
COST 192.7 .tsoo
COST i928 S 250
SCULPTURE CASTS LOANED
J PEABODY INSTITUTE
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SERVICE TERMINAL CO
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409 N HOLLIDAY ST
BAL FINIORE MARX LAND
Conservatory of MUSIC
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909 ST PALE STREET
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POPLAR BEAUTY SHOPPE
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Marcellzng Permanent lVauzng
1821 Pom AR GROxE S TREET
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GEO P CROWTHER
Lamb and Veal
181 182 LAFAXETTF MARKE
Hzgh Grade Shoe Repazrzng
POPLAR GROVE ST 26 NOR TH AXE
Phone lafay ttc 2941
Phone Vernon 1910 fun lChapel
GEORGE J RUTH
Moderate PIICQS Plerce Arrow Cars
1735 HARFORD AVE
D2 FRANK N O DEN
Golden Pheasant Restaurant
Dmzng and Dantzng
l l l Park Axe ll0 W Lxbtrty St
The Park Helghts Grocery
FIBUS DRUG STORE
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GARRISON 'id CLIP TON Ax ENL ES
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Grocery and Meat Market
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901 909 S CAREY STREET
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601 NORTH FULTON AVE
Teleph e G lmor -1566
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WALTER S ROUTSONI
Prompt Seruce Work Guaranteed
Tm gh Wo 1 SORORITY DANCES
Phone Lf Ile l 06
2238 W NORTH AVENUE
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DINE AND DANCE
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Thxs IS a most lmportant questxon and on your ansyy er
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Summer School or Teachers
and for young men and young women who cannot attend the wlnter term
Personal mstructlon Students may enter at any txme
If you wlsh to teach Commercxal Subjects or to become a first class Secre
tary Stenographer Accountant or Bookkeeper attend the Baltlmore Busmess
College and learn Gregg Shorthand and Modern Bookkeepxng and other com
mercxal subjects and your success Wlll be assured
IT PAYS to attend A GOOD SCHOOL
because your servrces vu'l be valued and you wlll be judged by the
character and the standlng of the school from whlch you graduate
Day and N1ght School Open All the Year
COURSES OFFERED LEADING TO GOOD POSITIONS
STENOGRAPHIC ENGLISH Booxm 1 PINK
JUNIOR SECRETARIAL CIVIL SERXICE Acc oexrlxo
SENIOR SECRETARIAL TFACHER TRAINIRC Besmr ss ADy11'sus1Rx11oX1
I et us help you to declde on the course of study best fitted to your partrcular
An Accredlted Buslness Tramlng School
uon of Maryland by the Department of Ldutatlon ot B1lt1more Clty md by
the Nattonal Assoeratxon of Accredxted Commerenl Schools I hrs means that
grlduates ot thus school who hue the necessary aeademle trunxng are qumllfitd
to tueh Qommerual Subjects 1n the Hxgh Schools ot Nlxrylmnd md ot Bxltl
Catalogue Iree Ask lor Om
BALTIMORE BUSINESS COLLEGE
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BALTIMORE AND LIGHT STREETS BALTIXIORE XID
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Your entlre famrly washrng returned YV1fl'l1I'l twenty four
hours just damp enough to 1ron
Wearlng apparel returned just damp enough to rron flat p eces
1roned and folded Delxvery w1th1n twenty four hours
Wearrng apparel dry ready for 1ron1ng vxoolens fluffed flat
Wearlng apparel dr1ed garments requ1r1ng starch are starched
vsoolens fluffed flat pl2CGS lroned and folded
Washed and fluffed vxlth equlpment and methods used by
manufacturers of Hnest blankets Guaranteed not to shrrnk
pieces ironed. Delivery within twenty-four hours. V
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Lmens Last Longer
The flnest laundry servrce for the entrre famxly Wearlng
apparel bed and table lmens and other flat preces xroned ready
to use Srlk preces laundered entrrely by hand
Your entrre famrly laundry pressed outer garments touched
up by hand no starch
Bed spreads sheets prllou cases table lmens towels etc
lroned and foldtd
Shoes Repalred To Fqual Neu
A N D P L A N T
Collars, shirts. wearing apparel, ironed ready to wear.
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flooring for o
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THE DURAYI EX COMPANY
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BALTIXIOI E VIARHI AND
FOREST PARK SHOE
3317 GARRISON BLVD
BAI Sl IMORE MARYLAND
BUY YOUR BOTTI ES
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Busmess Frzend The Weekly Squawk
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Ladlcs and Chlldren s HOS19fy
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M ohawk Tzres
1 E WIT ROYAL AVENUE
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WATTS DRUG CO
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Phonc Xcrnon 7839
Ragtxme Plano Playmg Taught
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SPOR I ING GOODS COMPANY
I L ralhma lor Fccru Sport
OH:-1Cl3l Outflttcrs To Forest Park
309 I BALIIVIORI' STRIIEI
Baltxmorc has learned that lf xt rs new and
smart Stanwlcks xntroduce xt The most
dxstmctne Cca s and Frocks IH th Yew S11
houett a e showmg now Mod rate prxces
204 xx IEXINIGTOIN STREI T
Pvone Iafaxctte 1081
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For the Latest zn Men s Haberdasherq
and Sturdy Shoes
3125 W NORTH Avtmur
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The jumor Shop
The Boys Shop
Speczallsts To Youth
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For I oung Men and
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Unexcelled l ocatlon Moflern Cur
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Graduates from 1pproved Hxgh
Schools admlttcd wxthout condmons
Catalogue upon applzcatzora
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Capmtal S300 OOO OO
Surplus md Undxudcd
Profits S352 924 82
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grew crlxl street cars buses and oachcs ulll
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x 1l wut xour dallx aflurs
L'Nl'I ED RAII XX AYS if LI LCT RIC
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Baltxmores largest m1ll1nery store
true But Baltlmores Hmst
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Home of .Sororzly Hats
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Dzstmbutors of Hzgh Grade
Ozls and Gasolme
810 AMERICAN BUILDING
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Learn Shorthand In 30 Days
Shorthand, Typing, Business Information, Filing
Coaching In All School Suhjecls-Positions Secured
GILL SCHOOL '
519 NORTH CHARLES STREET
X C Ve non 6718 Open the Int e Year
GREAT ATLANTIC 25
PACIFIC TEA CO
Where Economy Rules
THE BURNS MoToR Co
Z 719 RI ISTERS TOXX N ROAD
IBAI IIMORI 'VIARYI AIND
l Since 1872
J W WOOLEORDf5SON
S cr P s Nou ln Eff ct
XVASHINCTONI AND Al ICEAXINA STS
BSI IIVIORI Mu
XXIIIN OUI IOR A DRIXI
Michael S Confectionery
71130 VJOODLAND AVENUE
.1kclCal l37 5 Rs XVoo a n
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GEoRGE W BARRANGER
PURE PORK PRODUCIS
smii ve 1 IXING row MARKI-T
gif Best Foods
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351 nods Ocer 50 Million
Jars Sold Last
l mymmwe Year
X' Your Grocer
THE MAY CO
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Day' and Night .lasses r 2 ir
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Phone. South 1355 Residence, South 2368
WEBSTER W. GRIEBEL
L1NCoLN 307665 PoRoSoN
Cfirs Trucks Tractors
S0165 and Scruzcc Authorzfcd ford Dealer
814 16 LICHT 'STREET BALTIMORE MD
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THE FLAG, BANNER 86 PENNANT SHOP
R. H. 'I'm'1,oR
Successor to Sisco Brofhers
Flags, Banners, Pennants, Emblems, Church and
Beads and Noxeltits Silk Banners for Schools Societies and Fraternities
302 PARK AVENUE BALTIMORE MD
Qwgebggfy NEW F o R D usw
105 107 W LEXINGTON ST AUTOMOBILES
The Shop of Authentic Modes
HOSIERY L1NgER1h The Backus Motor Co
BLOUSES AWD SWEATERS
Baltimore s Larqest Ford Dealer
We have a complete stock of Party
Dance 'ind Graduation I rocks
10 I2 NORTH Ax LNIUI
LITTLE VENICE BEAUTY PARLOR
Beauty At Popular Przces
S 75 Sh p ne is 40
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Igxptanlrl n 10 enhCp
Expert I-lair Cutting For 'Vlen Vsfomcn and Children After 7 30 P M
By Gus Pedone Frederics 'Vlethod
All I-Iair Cuts 'nc
PHONE LAIRHITII 133s 1103 POIIAR CIROXESTREPT
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Plus R1PI1Ox Plixlwaclsm
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IVIARX LAND IRUST Co
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The above IS an actual reproductlon of
the famous Hot Plate Test to determmt
the carbon content of VQFIOUS motor OITS
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200 1202 M I ROYAI AVI NUI
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BAI IIMORL 'VIARILANO
P J LAMMERS
844 W BALTIMORE ST
The Bes Cone Company
ualzty Ice Cream Cones
Studzo Saturday afternoon and
F PAUL FEDER
Finlshlng Plant 114 Clay Street
Weber Round System
respond accurately to ew ery O e of the Hnge s
h u s of cont nual u e vi Ihout the lghtct
d mfort to you h nd
Forest Park Students Use W'eber
E WEBER COMPANY
777 PARK AVE
227 N Hoxx ARD ST
That t HO a d Street shop
by O man lex r you
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sRCu Ne tonRl-len
JOHN H SAUMENIG E5 CO
229 PARK AVENUE
Statzonery for Home School and
Office Plaza 0245 0246
For Every Purpose
OBRECI-IT SALT COMPANY
514 LIGHT STREET
Warehouse 1609 11 THANIES ST
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Double Service Heat- u y 0
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chosen ' s y c 'e ng
thi who wan ic in
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Athletic it xg
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Catalogue on reque t
124 W BALTIMORE STRELT
Pho e You Wants
eu 209 I est 8939 8
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to any pa I of the city
CHAS H JAHELKA
Prescription and Sick Room
GARRISON '65 BELVIEU AVES
non 69 f C talo ue
School of Languages
Coaching and Conxersatlonal Classes
in All Nlodern and Classic Languages
9 11 CXFHI DRM STREFI
Francls T Null
me dl ts 87
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High Grade Commercial
Auto Bodies 8 Wagons
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2233 63 KIRK AVENUE
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Class Ims Rings and hleclals
ENGRAVI NG C
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C. R H. O. Jenkins, Blanager
Designers nd ui' L0 .
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LIBERTY MEAT MARKET
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CONI YCIIONI-RH AIND SUINDRILS
111413 I Horn 'Iludf If Crum
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BAI IINIORI NIARYI AND
HUB PIANO COMPANY
304 N HOWARD ST
IIITIIILCI number of frm s hohrshnps to
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GWYNNI QAK PHARMACY
Pre Irzpzzon Phczrmuczsls
5500 CW YIXN OAK AX I 'NUI
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IQXPERF ISHOI: REBLILDING
4113 PARK HPI HTS Aw
SLINE E5 SONS
DECORA I ORS
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ISAAC HAMEUROER '55 SONS
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1116 Munsu Bldg
Phone Calurl 4300 BJIIIITIOYL 'XId
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119 W MU1 BERRX STREET
BAI TIMORI IVIARXI AND
Known For Fashzon
Known For Value
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th New Hork Sulk S ore collecrmons of
smart apparel Thcx nfl cl the utmost In
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assure the utmost In xalue
NEW YORK SILK STORE
112 W LEXINGTON ST
Butter Eggs MZYOHHZISG
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