Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1932
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Our Dear Advisor
Zh: preparing this ninih
imlunre nf the glinresi Iiiarlz
"glfnresier", the glfehruarg Qflass
uf Uhirig-ifun has striuen in reflertv
the nrzmg-siheh life nt the sehnnl. me
hufme trieh, inn, tdlu-euihe inln these pages
the great spirit, the nherisheh iheals, muh the
high hopes that are the essemte nf glfnrest Qgark.
GC The mutif nf nur hunk is rhifrulrg- me have
lilxeneh uurselfxes tn the knights nf ulh fnhn Eneut forth
in hu lmttle in the name nf righig :mb like fhe ulh crxxsnhers
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in make nur lihes influences for gush, as thug fuhn
snught the gilnlg f5ruil. If The present annual
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Forest Park, know we the meaning of thy
Know we the calling of thy halls,
Know we the strongness of thy walls,
Can we who in thy building work,
And laugh and play and sometimes shirk
Realize the fortune that's our store
And feel as never felt before-
The love for thee we hold?
It seems we're always glad to leave
When e'er vacation callsg
But when the school bell rings its gong
To sound us back again,
We picture thee before our face
And hasten to proclaim
Our school above all others
Our standards always high,
And know the loyalty of our hearts
For thee, will never die.
Tho' the picture of thy building
May fade as life goes on.
Tho' the friends that we have made here
May drop off one by one,
The mernlry of such a school as ours
Can never fade away,
And 'till the end of our journey
We'll remember thee alway.
By BEULAH GOODMAN
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THE ATHLETIC FIELU
MR. GLENN OWENS
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. GLENN OWENS, A.M.. .......,....... -,.. ..... . .L ,...,,.., - .,,......,..,x,.,.,,.,, Prinfipal
ANNABEL LEE WHITE, Ph.D.. ....... ..... L Vice-Principal
ALFRED P. SCOTT, A.M. ............,. ..,,,., V ice-Principal
Head .... -..-..L ..,..,..... EDWIN L.
GERTRUDE LEE BDGNE, B.S.
IRENE E. BULLEN, A.B.
MAEEL P. DAVENPORT
MILDRED A. HUTT, A.B.
RUTH A. KRAMER, A.B.
CLARA M. SIEGEL
IDA G. SoRAN
IVIARY G. WALTHAM
FREDERICK, Ph.D. Head. .................... --...,JEsSIE M. EEAUGH, A.B.
GLADYS MOWBRAY EGER, A.B.
VERA HARRIS, A.B.
MARION F. MANNING, A.B.
IRENE ROE, A.B.
MARJORY RGNALDS, A.B.
Head ....... - ........... OTTo K. SCHMIED, A.B., LL.B.
DOROTHY DEAN, A.B.
J. FRED MDGRE, A.B.
CQMMERCE MARTHA ROSSMBISEL, B.S.
Heaa' ....... - .... ..-LL ....... C. H. KATENKAMP, A.M. RUTH RUHE: AB-
MAY S, BARNES MATHEMATICS
HELEN G. BROOKS, B.C.S., A.B.
JOHN B. CALDER
FREDA G. DENOWITCH
ADELE F. GROTE
MICHAEL C. LEIPHOLZ
RDEERTA M. MILLER
MADELEINE M. THOMPSON
MARY E. WELLS
Head ............ L ,......... GROVER WM. NORRIS, A.M.
SGPHIE M. BECKER, A.B.
ALICE S. COOLEY, B.S.
LATIMER A. DICE, A.M.
NORMA V. HASLUP, A.B.
JGSEPH L. KRIEGBR, B.S.
FLORENCE R. LANE
DOROTHY M. TAYLDR, A.B.
FLORENCE E WELLS
Head ............... CHARLES E. ADAMS, Ph.B., A.M. ANNABEL LEE WHITE, PRD.
GRACE D. BROENING, A.M.
CARRIE L. HASTINGS, A.M., A.B.
LEBA KAPLAN, A.B.
FLORENCE M. LAYMAN
FLORENCE LEVINSDN, B.S., A.M.
ALFRED P. SCOTT, A.M.
CHARLOTTE SPENCE, A.M.
THOMAS VAN SANT, B.S.
HESTER C. WHITFIELD, B.S.
Head. ...... - .................,. WILLIAM K. YDCUM, A.B.
STANLEY L. HEYLMUN
WILLIAM H. JOLLY
EDWARD L. LONGLEY
ANDREW E. MELEY
ALLEN J. QUINAN
THOMAS L. YOUNG
NELLIE S. NORRIS
Head ..,............ - ............... -..HENRY T. YOST, B.S. LIDA BARTLET1.
RUTH BARRETT, A.B.
ALICE M. BAUER, A.B.
MARGARET W. CHASE, A.B.
MAEEL P. DAVENPORT
SARABELLE DEANE, A.B.
CLARENCE DE HAVEN, A.B.
SARAH EVANS, A.B.
ANNA D. FINESINGBR, B.S.
RUTH H. HUDSDN, A.M.
ELIZABETH M. JONES, A.B., R.N.
MINETTA E. KDENIG, B.S.
TERESE F. KOESTLER
ABRAHAM LESCHACK, B.S.
ROSALIE BECKER MENKEL, B.S.
VIRGINIA SHAFFER, A.M.
ETTA W. SMITH, B.S.
ALTA E. THOMPSON, A.M.
LUCY WAGNER, B.S.
FANNIE C. WRIGHT
Librarian .... MRS. DOROTHY KRAUSE, A
SHIRLEY M. FREBD
MRS. ELIZABETH GERLACK
NEVA C. LEWIS
N. V. BRAINARD
MARGARET M. EVERIST
GENEVIEVE P. BUTLER, B.S.
HELEN M. BAKES
I-Iead.,.,.,.,. ..,,.,.....,....... - ....,..,..,......... REX H. SIMS
MELVILLE C. ANDERSDN, B.S.
PHILIP S. AXMAN
THELMA P. EBERT
LUCY E. HYDE
LUCY JOURNEAY, B.S.
EDITH L. MANNING, B.S.
DORIS V. CHURCH, B.S.
GLADYS M. FURMINGER, A.B.
'Bn A-M. BLANCHE RAINS, B.S.
FRANCES WATTS, A.B.
IDA A. WHOLEY, B.S.
NORA STDLL, A.B.
LILLIE S. PARLETT
LUCILLE LIEERLES, M.D.
SANDER LACHMAN, M.D.
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FREDERIC JACKSON ACORD
Familiarity Joins Amity
Activities: Glee Club 45 Cheer Leader, 3, 43 Stu-
dent Representative Zg Vice-President Boys'
Leaders' Club 3, 45 Asst. Mgr. Track Team 33
President Junior Class 33 J. J. J. 1, 2, 3, 45
Chairman J. J. 4g Junior Inaugural Assem-
bly 4g Operetta 33 Christmas Play 2, 33 Senior
Class Playg FonEs'rEn Staff: Prom Committee:
Pet Expression: What's up tonight?
Ambition: To travel.
"Men are deceivers ever,
To one thing constant never."
COURTICE DONALD AHRENS
Capability Denotes Accomplishments
Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4g President Glee Club
43 J. J. J. 1, 2, 33 Operetta Z9 Commencement
Pet Expression: Ain't dat sumpin!
Hobby: Singing. A
Ambition: To be an accountant.
"Oh, give us the man who sings at bis workln
JEANNE AMOUR BAILER
just Artistically Born
Activities: Library Assistant 1, Z, 35 J. 35 FOR-
Esrsn Staff: Press Agent 35 Commencement
Chorus: Postersg Proms.
Pet Expression: When do we eat?
Hobby: Ice skating.
"In framing an artist, art hath thus decreed,
- To make some good, but others to succeed."
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MARGARET HENDERSON BRAWNER
Mighty Happy Buddy
Artivities: Basketball 2, 33 Interclass Volleyball 2, 33
Varsity Volleyball 2, 3g Tennis 2, 35 Numerals,
Small F3 Four-Square Club 43 Glee Club 43
Fonssrsn Staffg J. J. J. 33 Senior Play
Committee3 Commencement Chorusg Junior
Tea Danceg Chairman of Senior Tea Danceg
Girls' A. A. Representative 2, 3g Hockey 2, 33
Pet Expressions: Hi Honsie. Pa-raise Pete!
Hobby: Swimming, Reading, Dancing.
Ambitious To be a professional coach after grad-
uation from a dramatic school.
o i eness is e er an o icg ou can o en
"P lr b rt zlv I g y r
persuade when you cannot con-vincef'
CLIFFORD C. BRUCK
Courtesy Concentrated Brilliantly
Activities: Stamp Club 23 Interclass Athletics 23
Latin Club 3, 43 J. J. J. 3, 43 Senior Class Play3
Christmas Play 43 Chemistry Club 43 Assem-
blies 43 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Aw, now!
"Good sense, wbicb only is tlre gift of
EVELYN RAE BUTLER
Ebbie, or Butler
Everlastingly Radiant Brilliance
Activities: Girls' Leaders' Club 3, 4s Vice-President
Four-Square Club 43 Secretary Senior Class 3, 43
Glee Club 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Associate Editor
Fomssrsng J. J. J. 3, 43 Scenery Committee of
Senior Playg Assembliesg Numeralsg Secretary
Home Room 2, 33 French Club 3g Commence-
Pet Expression: Go-You!
Hobby: Making speeches.
Ambition: Literary Career.
"Be true to your word, your work and your
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Activities: Glee Club 4g Boys' Leaders' Club 43
President of Boys' Leaders' Club 45 "B" Squad
Football 43 Class Teamsg J. 1. 1. 3, 45 Chair-
man Ring Committee 3, 45 Class Representa-
tive, 2, 45 D. S. A. Pledgeg Senior Class Plays
Pet Expression: Oh, yeah?
, "Nothing is impossible to a willing heart."
. SELMA GOODMAN CARMEL
Seeks Good Company
' Activities: J. J. J. Z, 35 Press Agent 39 Basketball
2, 35 Hockey 23 Volleyball 23 Tennis 2, 3, 43
Operetta 23 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Why bother?
"A fashion plate right out of the bandboxf'
DAVID E. COHEN
Doing Everything Crazy
Activities: Latin Club 2, 33 Secretary Chemistry
Club 43 Music Club 4g Senior Class Playg J.
J. J. 35 Varsity Tennis 43 Cheer Leader 45 In-
terclass Activities 2, 35 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Pick up your feet. It's deep.
Hobby: Listening to Bach or music in general.
"lt is no use runningg to set out betimes is the
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DAVID I-I. COI-IN i
Does He Cut-up? -
Activities: J. 3, 43 Senior Playg Cheer Leader '
4g Chemistry Club 4g Latin Club 2, 35 Inter- 1
class Athletics 2, 3, 43 Commencement Chorus.
Hobby: Golf and Dancing.
Ambition: To be "tres proficient" as an advertising
"School isn't a serious proposition
In this young manis gay lifeg
Clowning is his specialty-
In it there are no signs of strife."
EDDIE HARRY COPPEL
Enjoys His Companions
Activities: Commencement Chorus.
Hobby: Gardening, Music.
Ambition: Wireless Operatorf
Pet Expression: Where do you get that stuff?
"With the art of music
He seems to be blestg
But what he likes best
ls just to sit. and restf,
JESSE WEBB CROUSE
Just Will Chatter
Activities: "B" Squad Football 4g Student Activities
Bank 3, 43 II. J. J. 4g Class Officer 3, 45 Com-
Pet Expression: Wait a minute.
"Questioning is not the mode of conversation
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V JOHN MILLARD DERR
Just Mechanically Devoted
Activities: 35 President Chemistry Club 43
. Radio Club 2, 3g German Club 4g Worker for
I Hallowe'en Dance: Senior Play: Christmas
Play 4g Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Good morning for evening, Miss
so and so, for Mr. so and sol, in a very bass
Hobby: Radio nut.
Ambition: Research Chemist.
"Tire noblest mind the best contentment bas."
MARY BUTLER DONE
Many Beautiful Dimples
Activities: Tennis Toumamentg Varsity Tennis 3, 45
Interclass Hockey: Minor and Major "Fug Sen-
ior Play: Swimming 35 J. J. J. 33 Masquers 45
Art Club 2: Glee Club 23 Commencement
Pet Expression: Ye Gods.
Ambition: To become a tennis star.
"For tbere's sure a cbarm about you."
Activities: Class Basketball: Hockey: Volley Ballg
Track Meet: J. J. J. 3: Student Activity Bank:
Girls' Leaders' Club: Business Manager Fons-
'reng Treasurer of Senior Classy Numerals:
Small "Fug Commencement Chorus: Non-Ath-
Pet Expression: Oh, Really?
Ambition: "Somebody's Stenogf'
"True as tbe needle to the pole,
Or as the dial to the sunf,
ANNA I-IOOPER ELBURN
Always Helps Everybody A
Activities: German Club: Four-Square Club: Latin
Club: Chemistry Club: J. J. J. 33 Class Sports:
Tennis: Junior Assemblyg Commencement
Pet Expression: Golly.
Ambition: To be a nurse.
"Wise sayings often fall on barren ground,
But a kind word is ne-ver thrown awayf,
MARY ELMA EVANS
Makes Everyone Envious
Activities: Interclass Athletics: Swimming Team 3,
4: Tennis Team 45 Latin Club Zg Masquers 4:
Four-Square Club 35 J. J. 1. 35 Senior Class
Play: Assernbliesg Numerals and Minor "Fu:
Pet Expression: Oh, stop beeling.
Hobby: Astrology and Palmistry.
"The highest wisdom is continual cheerfulness.
LEE I-IILBERT FAULKNER
His Looks Fascinate
Activities: Track 35 Junior Varsity Soccer 3: Boys'
A. A. Treasurer of Boys' A. A. 4: Varsity Soc-
cer 4g Interclass Activities 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 4g
Pet Expression: Where do we go?
Ambition: Naval Officer.
"Cheerfulness is as natural to the heart of a
man in strong health, as color to his cheek?
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GERTRUDE FELDMAN .
' Hobby: Dancing.
Ambition: To be an artist.
terclass Sports 1, Z: Junior High Soccer Team 1
"Men of few words are the best menf,
DOROTHY MAXINE FINKELSTEIN
Does Many Favors
Activities: German Club: Chemistry Clubg Art Club
J. J. J. 3: Class Volley Ball Team 4: Class Bas
ketball Team 33 Commencement Chorus.
Hobby: Dancing, Always and Forever. '
1 "Nature designed us to be of good cheer.
Activities: Art Club, German Club: J. J. J. 33
"Art and knowledge bring bread and honor."
Activities: Advisory Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 43 In-
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WILLIAM L. FITZELL ll
Why Love Forever?
Activities: Interclass Z, 33 Glee Club 4g Advisory
Class Ofiicer 2,' 43 Assemblies: Boys' Leaders' '
Club 3, 4: Secretary 3, 4: Junior Tea Dance
Committee 35 Chairman Tickets J. J. 3:
Senior Hallowe'en Dance Committee 4: As-
sistant Chairman Tickets Senior Play 4: Fon-
ssrisrz Staff: Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Stop Beefing.
Ambition: To see the world.
"The manly part is to do with might and main
what you can do."
MARY ELIZABETH FORD
Makes Every Fellow
Activities: Swimming Team 3: Interclass Teams 3,
4: Masquers 3, 4: Latin Club 23 Ring Commit-
tee: Senior Play Committee: J. 1. J. 3: Oper-
ettag Minor "FH: Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Oh! my cleah!
"All the world? a stage."
THELMA MARY FRAZER
Most Thoughtful Friend
Activities: Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 43 Hockey 3:
J. 1. 3: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Track Meet 2, 3:
Press Agent 3g Girls' A. A. Representative 3:
Pet Expression: Oh, I can't be bothered.
Ambition: To he a stenographer.
"How should any sign post dauber know the
worth of Titian?,'
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JANIS JACQUELINE FRAZIER
Joins Jubilees Frequently
Activities: Girls' Leaders' Club: Glee Clubg Girls'
F Club: Hockey Varsity 29 Varsity Basketball
2, 3g Secretary Girls' A. A. Association 25 J.
J. J. 2, 3, 4, Operettag Press Agentg Numetals:
Minor "F"g Fokssnsn Staifg Commencement
Expression: That's what you think.
Ambition: To go on the stage.
"He who sings frightens away his ills."
EVELYN HALL FRENCH
Energy Has Future
Activities: Varsity Basketball 1, Z, 3, 4g Varsity
Volleyball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Hockey 4: Class
Hockey 3: Vice-President of Girls' A. A. As-
sociation 4g Girls' Leaders' Club 4: Girls' F
Clubg Senior I-Iallowe'en Dance 43 Commence-
ment Chorus: Class Officer 2, 3.
Expression: Uh, all right.
Ambition: Private Secretary.
"For ought that I could ever read,
Could ever hear hy tale of history,
The course of true love never did run
BEULAI-I ALEXENIA GOODMAN
Beautiful And Good
Activities: Girls' Leaders' Club 45 Masquers 2, 3, 4:
President 43 German Club 3, 45 J. J. 2, 3, 43
Senior Play Committee Chairmang Four-Square
Club 45 Senior Class Playg Glee Club 2, 33
Fomssren Staffg Interclass Athletics 3, 45
Assemblies Z, 3, 45 Commencement Chorus.
Expression: Oh, my cow.
Hobby: Writing poetry, and dramatics.
Ambition: To become an English teacher.
Classmate, friend to truth! of soul sincere
In action faithful and in honor clear,
Who broke no promise, served no private
Who gained no title, and who lost no friend ."
lf mite glfuresier
JULIAN WETMORE I-IABERCAM
Just Willmgly Helpful
Activities: J. J. 43 Secretary Hi-Y 3, 49 Glee Club:
Senior Play Committeeg Senior Banquet Com-
mitteeg Assemblies: Junior Inaugural Assembly:
Pet Expression: You said it. '
Ambition: To be a Doctor.
"The owner of a wonder car,
Who argues up and down
That his Chandler is better, by far,
Than any other puddle-jumper in town."
JAMES HOWARD I-IESS
Just Habitually Hungry
Activities: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4: All Maryland
Center in Basketball 3s Captain 3, 44 Varsity
Baseball 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 2, 3, 43 School At-
torney of Senate 3, 45 Representative 43 Senior
Class Oflicer Z, 3, 43 Boys' A. A. Association
Z, 3, 4g President 45 D. S. A. Pledgeeg D. S.
A. Committee 4g Tea Dance Committee: Hal-
lowe'en Dance Committee: Senior Play Com-
mittee: Boys' Leaders' Club: "F" Club: Fon-
ESTER Staff: Banquet Committee: Assemblies:
Pet Expression: Don't get excited.
"Brave men do not boast or blusterg
Deeds, not words, speak for suchf,
MATTHEW MEYER HIRSHEY
Makes Merry Hilariously
Activities: Assistant Manager of Baseball 35 Cheer
Leader 4: Interclass Activities: Assistant Photo-
graphic Editor of FORESTERQ Press Staff 33 J.
J. 3, 4g Commencement Chorus .
Pet Expression: O. K. Slug.
Ambition: Go into the clothing business.
"Jester: do often prove prophets"
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JACK WAYLAND HUNTER
Jokes Were Habitual '
Activities: Interclass Athletics l, 2, 3g Senior Class
Play: J. J. J. 2, 3: junior Inaugural Assembly:
Junior Varsity Baseball 4: Christmas Play 35
Pet Expression: Wotta Man!
Ambition: To live without working.
"Love and naughtiness are in their teens."
NATHAN S. JACOBSON
Nothing So Jolly
Activities: Varsity Soccer 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Interclass
Z, 3: J. J. J. 3, 43 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Gee, I'm lucky!
Ambition: To be an all-American quarterback
"Happy am lg from care Fm free!
Why aren't they all contented like me?"
- Delightfully Keen
Square Club 3, 45 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Golly Day.
Hobby: Sailing, and Reading.
Ambition: To be a Buyer.
L "Woman's at best a contradiction still."
Activities: Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 4: Four-
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WILBUR MILLER KOENIG
Work Makes Knowledge
Activities: Boys' Leaders' Club 2, 3, 43 Football 3,
43 Track 2, 3, 4: Commencement Chorus: Soc-
cer 2: Club Editor Foussrsng Boys' "F" Club:
Boys' A. A.: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Vice-President 4:
J. J. J. 3, 4: Class Ollicerg Chemistry Club:
Interclass Athletics: Assemblies: Chairman, Au-
ditorium Committee: J. J. J.: Chemistry.
Pet Expression: Same Difference.
Ambition: Follow Chemistry Through College.
"Like a postage stamp, a marfs value depends
on his ability to stick to a thing 'til he
Activities: "F" Club: 33 Girls' Leaders' Club
4: Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4: Year Hockey 3:
Fonssrsn Staff: Commencement Chorus.
Pct Expression: O. K.
Hobby: Playing Basketball.
Ambition: Gym Teacher.
"A good heart is better than all the heads in
EARL LE ROY MALLONEE
Even Loves Math
Activities: Track Team 1, 2, 3: Assistant Track
Manager 4: Interclass Basketball: Indoor Base-
ball l, 2, 3, 4: 3, 4: Student Bank 3, 4:
Scenery for Senior Class Play: Assist-
ant Business Manager Fonssrsng Commence-
Pet Expression: Take Gas.
Ambition: Certilied Public Accountant.
"And sheathed their swords for lack of
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MARY ELIZABETH MARTIN
Many Excellent Marks
Activities: Senator Z, 4g Font-:s'ren Staff, Managing
Editor 4: Assistant Business Manager, Press 33
Business Manager 45 Chairman of Farewell As-
sembly: Basketball "B" Team 2, 3, 4g Volley-
ball "A" Team 3, 4g Girls' Leaders' Club 3, 45
J. J. J. 33 Chairman of Bazaar: Masquers 4s
"F" Club 3, 4: Major "Fug D. S. A. Pledgeeg
Library Club 4: Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4: Home-
room Oliicer 1, 2, 43 D. S. A. Committee 45
Glee Club lg Class Hockey 1, 25 Commence-
Pet Expression: Good Night!
Ambition: To cross the seas.
"Those about her, from her shall read the
perfect ways of honor."
WILLIAM EDWARD MERSON
Work Escapes Me
Activities: Varsity Soccer 2: Varsity Track 3: Inter-
class Activities 2, 35 1. J. 3: Commencement
Pet Expression: Oh, Yes!
We wonder why Bill blushes
When to him someone rushes
Crying 'A musician in our midst,-
Hail to you, Son of Restf,
MILTON DAVID MILLER
More Dear Men
Activities: Soccer: Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 Sec-
retary of Orchestra: Commencement Chorusg
Boys' Chorus: 1. J. J. 3, 4: Scenery, Senior
Playg Class Olhcer 2, 3.
Pet Expression: What say, Haze?
Hobby: Finding Funny Expressions.
Ambition: To be a Millionaire.
"I like work: it fascinates me-
The thought of getting rid of it nearly breaks
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A. LEONARD MOGOL
Another Love Maker
Activities: Varsity Basketball 3, 45 Varsity Football
4g Varsity Track 4g Varsity Baseball 3, 45 Var-
sity Soccer Zg Interclass Arhleticsg "F" Clubg
J. J. J. 3, 4g Senior Play, Ticketsg Boys' Ath-
letic Associationg Advisory Class Oflicerg Com-
Ambition: To be a journalist.
"It were better lo be eaten to death with rust,
than to be scoured to nothing' with per-
HELEN DOROTHY NORTH
Has Daring Nerve
Activities: Girls' Leaders' Clubg Transcription Edi-
tor FORESTERQ Officer, Board of Student Activi-
tiesg J. J. J. 35 Interclass Athleticsg Basketball
2, 3, 43 Tennis 2, 3, 4g Numeralsg Minor "F"g
Non-Athletic Awardg Hockey 2, 39 Press
Agentg Class Ofiicerg Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Go to War!
Hobby: Working for B. S. A. and Dancing.
Ambition: To be either a Certified Public Account-
ant or an Economist.
"A good name is better than richesf,
CLARENCE LESLIE OURSLER
Calmness Loves Orderliness T
Activities: Art Club 35 Chemistry Club 4g Senior
Play 45 Assemblies 3, 43 Commencement Chorus s
Pet Expression: My gully! '5'
Hobby: Art, Music. 1
Ambition: To be a Millionaire.
"Music, once admitted to the soul, becomes a "-s of
sort of spirit, and never dies." fffi
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. SARAH ELIZABETH PATTERSON
Such Everlasting Peacefulness
Activities: Masquers 43 Glee Club 25 Four-Square
Club 3: Latin Club Zg J. J. I. 35 Operetta 25
Interclass Athletics: Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: My Word!
Ambition: To be a Librarian. ' I
"The mirror of all courtesy."
ELIZABETH BLANCHE PHILPOTTS
Activities: Latin Club 25 Chemistry 4: J. J. J. 43
Four-Square Club 4: Masquers 43 Play Com-
mitteeg Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Love its Heart!
Hobby: Collecting' Jewelry.
Ambition: To be a Nurse.
"There is no wisdom like franlenessf,
HUGH WHITE SI-IEFFY POWERS, -IR.
He Was Some Photographer
Activities: Interclass Athletics 1, 2, 35 Fonrzsrsn
Staff: Assemblies: Hi-Y 2, 3g Commencement
- Pet Expression: Some Stuff!
' Hobby: Aviation.
Ambition: To be a Blind Pilot.
' "A merry heart maketh a cheerful
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CHARLES WILLIAM PRESTON
Can Work Problems
Activities: Vice-President Chemistry Club 45 Hi-Y
2, 3, 4: J. J. J. 3, 4: Stage Manager Senior
Class Play: Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 Assem-
blies: Commencement Chorus: FORESTER Staff.
Pet Expression: Hi, Punk!
Ambition: To be a Chemist.
"A good bead and industrious band,
Are worth gold in any land."
JACK LOUIS ROSENBLUM L
Just Loolc Rosy!
Activities: Latin Club 2: Glee Club 3, 43 J. 1. J. 35
Operetta 33 French Club Z: Commencement
Pet Expression: Cheese an' Crackers!
Hobby: Stamp Collecting.
Ambition: To be a Teacher.
"Never a word and very quiet
He seldom causes any riot.
Early to bed and early to rise
Is R0sie's slogan. He,s very wise." 1
ALBERT LANE RUTI-IERFORD
Another Lovable Rascal g
Activities: Varsity Football 2, 3, 4: Captain 43 Var-
sity Baseball 2, 3: Varsity Basketball 2, 4: In-
terclass Athletics: Boys' Leaders' Club: Boys'
"F" Clubg Class Oflicerg Boys' A. A. Represen-
tative: J. J. J. 2, 33 Fonesmn Staff: Com- -
mencement Chorus. . 1
H abby: Football. V
Ambition: To be a Salesman.
"Tl-re secret of success is constancy to purpose.
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Activities: J, J. J. 33 Press Agent 3g Basketball 1,
2, 3, 43 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Hockey 1, 23 Com-
Pet Expression: I'm Screaming!
Ambition: To type at one hundred and fifty words
"Do you know I am a woman?
When I think I must speakf'
GEORGE CALVIN SCHMIDT
Gives Continual Servioe
Activities: Art Club 2g Masquers 3, 4g Glee Club
2, 3, 4g J. J. J. 43 Press 33 Christmas Plays 2, 35
Assemblies 2, 3, 45 FoREs'rER Staifg Senior
Playg Senior Play Committeeg Commencement
Pet Expression: O, My Golly!
Hobby: Music and Dramatics.
"Lives of great men all remind us,
We can make our lives sublimeg
And in parting lea-ve behind us,
Footprints on the sands of time."
VERA ELLA SI-IANK
Very Excellent Scholarship
Activities: Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Minor "F"g
J. J. J. 45 Press Representative 45 Latin Club 45
Library Club 43 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: My Lands!
Ambition: To be a Librarian.
"For never anything can be amiss
When simpleness and duty tender itf'
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THOMAS HENRY sr-IEATS
Truly Handsome Sheik
Activities: Orchestra 2, 3, 43 President 43 Leaders'
Club 3, 43 Ofiicer 3, 43 J. J. 2, 3, 43 Class
Officer 2, 3, 4g Cheer Leader 3, 4g Wrestling
Team 23 Fomssrsn Staff 43 Assemblies 2, 3, 43
Prom Committee Chairman 43 Board of Stu-
dent Representatives Z, 3, 45 Class Team Z, 3,
4g Script "Fug Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Oke.
Ambition: To enter a large Business.
"I bold that tlvose who love me best, call me
Activities: "B" Squad Football 33 J. J. J. 2, 33
Wrestling Z3 B. S. C. 4g Senior Class Play
Stage Committee 4g Glee Club 4: Gymnastic
Assemblies 3, 4g Stage Properties Christmas
Play 2, 3, 43 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: No, kiddin'!
Hobby: Working on automobile engines and horse-
Ambition: To be an Automotive Engineer
"Service is no beritagef'
Activities: J. J. J. 33 Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: For I-Ieaven's Sakes!
Ambition: To travel.
"Learning is but an adjunct to ourselff'
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W RUTH IRENE SWEREN
Reigns In Silence
Artivities: Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: Oh, Annette!
Hobby: Swimming and Traveling.
Ambition: To be a Math. Teacher.
I'll speak in a monstrous little voice."
JOHN GILBERT TAYLOR
just Good and True
Activities: J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 Senior Christmas Play:
Senior Play, Scenery, Interclass Athletics: Com-
Pet Expression: Listen, Pal.
Ambition: To become a radio operator on an ocean-
"The world is so full of a number of things,
Pm sure we should all be as happy as kingsf'
EVELYN GERTRUDE TEBO
Ever Going Through
Activities: J. J. J. 33 Fonesrnn Stalfg Four-Square
Club 43 Interclass Basketlnallg Commencement
Pet Expression: Putts,
Ambition: To be an Interior Decorator.
"They are never alone that are acfompanied
with noble thoughts."
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Activities: Bo s' Leaders' Club 2 3 4- Secretar 3'
Activities: Volleyballg Basketballg Hockey 23 J. J. J.
Ambition: To Travel.
"A thing of beauty is a joy foreverg
Activities: Soccer Indoorg Track Indoorg Basketballg
JAMES S. THOMPSON
Just Sincerely Thoughtful
Y I , 3 Y 7
Hi-Y Club 2, 3g Treasurer 2, and President 33
Art Club Z3 Board of Student Representatives
2, 3g Senate 23 Football 4g Track 3g Cheer
Leader 3g Class Teams 2, 3, 4g J. J. J. 33
Christmas Play 23 Senior Playg D. S. A. Pleclgee
Senior Banquet Committee Chairmang President
Senior Classg Commencement Chorus.
bition: To be a Civil Engineer.
gb erected thoughts seated in the heart of
MERZA LOUISE TUTTLE
Much Logical Talent
3, 4g Fomssnsk Staffg Senior Hallowe'en Danceg
Class Officer 2, 3, 43 Commencement Chorus.
loveliness increasesg it will never pass into
PHILIP S. UDOFF
Plays Soccer Unequalled
Interclass Sports 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Soccer
2, 3, 43 Football 4g Boys' "F" Club: Boys' A.
A. Senior Class Play: Christmas Playg J. J.
3, 43 Fokssrlsn Stagg Class Oflicerg Com-
bition: To take a trip around the world.
"Slumber is more sweet than toil?
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MARGARET ANN WAESCHE
Many Artistic Ways
Activities: J. J. J. 3, 43 Senior Hallowe'en Danceg
Assembliesg Volleyball 25 Commencement
Ambition: To graduate from College.
"Is she not passing fair?',
Activities: J. J. J. 33 Class Athleticsg Libraryg Press
Workg Commencement Chorus.
Pet Expression: You're telling me?
ition: Private Secretary.
ootb runs the water where the river's
Activities: J. J. J. 33 Press Work 35 Class Volley-
ball 2, 39 Class Basketball Z, 3, 45 Library
Workg Commencement Chorus.
Pct Expression: Taking Gym?
ition: To be a nurse.
"Speech is silver, but silence is goldenf,
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MARGARET ELIZABETH WINKLE
Many Expensive Whims
Activities: Latin Club Z: Art Club 2: German Club
3: French Club 3: J. J. J. 3: Chairman Dec-
orations, Senior Hallowe'en Dance: Commence-
Pet Expression: For I-leaven's Sake!
Ambition: To be a Buyer.
"Margaret, like all good women, has a temper
of her own."
MARIE DOROTI-IEA WINKLER
Music Does Wonders
Activities: J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3: Glee
Club Z, 3: Masquers 4: Four-Square Club 4:
Pet Expression: O, Lawcly! ,
Hobby: Dancing, Swimming, and Reading.
Ambition: To be a Teacher.
"The highest graces of music flow from the
feelings of the heart.
Activities: J. J. 3g "B" Squad Football 2, 3:
Ambition: To be a Millionaire.
"Better late than neverf'
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JAMES T1-loMPsoN ............,.....,...........,........................... .. .......,........ Prerident
FRED ACORD ............ .- ......... ,... - ...... V ice-President
EVELYN BUTLER ,......., ,,., , ...,...,, , ,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,.,, Secretary
GERTRUDE DORTCI-l,..--- ...... - .....,....,....,.. -- ....... --. .... - ..,. ,. ,..... , .... Treasurer
HOWARD HEss, ALBERT RUTHERFORD ........... -- ....,,
Ser gean ts-at-A rm:
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E CAME in our Sophomore yearg we saw in our Junior yearg and now, at the end
of our Senior year, we have conquered. The Class of February '32 came out of
oblivion into the light of education at Forest Park High and immediately became a
shining star of personality, perseverance, and perception.
If actions speak louder than words, our high school career has been a perpetual hubbub.
As Sophomores we came into the Senior High School with hopes and eager expectations.
As Juniors, we saw the realization of these hopes and anticipations. We inaugurated our
Junior year with an assembly in which our class was presented to the school. At the same
time we commemorated Peggy Stewart Day. At this assembly we introduced a pledge to the
Forest Park flag, the first pledge which was ever given to the School Colors. Following the
assembly in the afternoon we held the annual Junior Tea Dance in the Boys' Gym. On the
last day of that memorable month of October, we planted a Junior Class tree on the school
campus, and that tree lives today-a pledge of our deep-rooted affection for the school that
has fostered us. -
As Juniors and later, as Sub-Seniors, we put over the jolly junior Jubilee in a big way.
We were inaugurated as full fledged Seniors on September 30, 1931. On that day, we
took a dignified bow before the school and merited its overwhelming applause in recognition
of our ability. Following that, on October 30, we presented the Senior Hallowe'en Dance.
The decorations for the dance were adjudged the best ever, by "those higher up."
It hardly seems necessary to mention here our Senior Play, "In The Next Room". This
production was a nine-days' wonder at Forest Park, and "Frenchy" De Haven's name will
forever be on the admiring lips of the school's drama lovers. After our Farewell Assembly
and Tea Dance on the 27th of January, will come our Prom at Levering Hall and our
Banquet at the Southern Hotel in "February Week." If careful planning means anything,
these events should reach the high standards set by our other activities. The most appropriate
way in which we can express our allegiance to our Alma Mater would be to quote our oath
which was evolved out of our feeling of loyalty to our school:
"We, the Senior Class of the Forest Park High School, pledge our loyal support to the
principles and ideals embodied in this, our school Hag. We will always be true to our school,
obeying its laws, cherishing its sentiments, and upholding its standards."
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CLARENCE T. DEI-IAVEN
Murdered! An unknown Frenchman
found dead. Who did it? How and why
was the crime perpetrated? That was the
plot of our Senior Play, "In The Next
Room", which was presented to the school
on Wednesday evening, November 25. As
the plot developed, the audience became
so tense' and engrossed that "ahs", and
"ohs" were heard throughout the perform-
The success of the play was due to the
capable guidance of our coach, Mr. Clar-
ence T. DeHaven. Under his coaching, the
play went off with a smoothness which
comes of the fine co-operation of coaching,
acting, and staging. And to make the suc-
cess overwhelming, the proceeds from this
production exceeded hy far, the efforts of
The cast of the production is as follows:
Philip Vanfine fan amateur antique collectorj .....,............. -W ........... - ........... JAMES THOMPSON
Lorna Webster fhis niece, .....V,........ .. ,..---.-- - -------.------ -- -----'-- - -A4---------4--- --E-MARY EVANS
Felix Aymgnd fan antique dealer, ....,,,.r,... - ............ -- .r..... CALVIN SCHMIDT
jdme, Godfrey freporrerj ,.,..,....,....,.., e .......,..... - .......... .- ........,. FRED Acoko
Mme, de Cbarriere fa French aristocratl ......... .,............,.... . MARY DONE
julia fher maid, ,,,, s ,,., . ..,r,.....,.r.... .r..... E-.. .,............ --- ..... BEULAH GOODMAN
Parlu fMr. Vantine's lnutlerl r,,..r....r.. ..- ........,. .... - ........ - ...LESLIE OUSLER
Rggerg Vantine'5 butler ...,......................, - ........ .. ...... .... .,..,... -DAVID E. COHEN
Inspector Grady fchief of detectivesj ....... - ....i.,.
Simondy, More! fhis assistantsj .,.........V..,..,............. ,........ . DAVID H. COHEN, MILLARD DERR
Barren, Connelly ffrom the cor-oner's office, ........ .....,.. - -..CLIFFORD Bnucx, JACK HUNTER
George Deorsel fa mysterious strangerj E...................... - ................ - .,... -----.CoUR'rlcE AHRENS
Beulah Goodman, chairman of Play Committee, Charles Preston, Stage Manager, Howard
Hess, Business Manager, Elizabeth Philpocrs, Stage Properties, Sam Slcurow, Scenery,
Margaret Brawner, Furniture, Stanley Whitehill, Lights, Calvin Schmidt, Beverly
Greene, Donald Stuck, Art.
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The :Ifnrester Staff
MARGARET BRAWNER FRED ACORD
Tom SI-IEATs EVELYN BUTLER
Boys' Sports Editor Assistant Boys' Sports Editor
HOWARD HESS ALBERT RUTI-IERFORD
Girls' Sports Editor
Club Editor Assistant Biography Editor
WILBUR KOENIG BEULAI-I GOODMAN
Assistant Club Editor Photographic Editor
MERzA TUTTLE HUGH POWERS
Art Editor Assistant Photographic Editor
JEANNE BAILER CHARLES PRESTON
Assistant Art Editors Transcription Editor
CALVIN SCI-IMIDT HELEN NORTH
GERTRUIJE FELDMAN Assistant Transcription Editor
Biography Editor EVELYN TEBO
Assistant Business Manager
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HE LIBRARY at our school is one of our most interesting places. It is quite a neces-
sary part of the school life of every pupil at Forest Park. The library's aims may be
stated as follows:
To offer the student reference books and materials.
To educate the student to a worthy use of his leisure time.
To develop good habits of study and industry. '
Our librarian, Mrs. Dorothy Krause, has done a splendid work in the arrangement of the
literary material, the stimulation of interest among the students, and the tasteful placing of
the furniture. During the few years that Mrs. Krause has been at the school, the library has
made tremendous strides. She has taken a personal interest in a work that few could so
capably assume, and in doing so has won the respect of the student body.
Of course, the big event of the year as far as the library is concerned is the annual
Book Exhibit, which is held every November. It is truly a pleasure to visit the library during
such an exhibit. A local department store lends many books, a handsome rug, tables, lamps,
chairs, and little accessories, such as book ends, and table covers. The books literally "call
aloud to be read," but each one seems so interesting in itself that one hardly knows which to
choose. As a result of the exhibit, each year about fifty books are added to our collection.
In addition to these customary gifts by classes, and individuals, the library was greatly enriched
by the gifts of Mr. Owens. The famed Variorum Shakespeare was the principal gift, and
the volumes included were "A Merchant of Venice", "Macbeth", and "Hamlet", in two
volumes. The same donor also gave f'Sonnets of Shakespeare."
Certainly the library has done much to enrich our school life, and there are few students
indeed, who are not regular patrons of this retreat on the second floor.
Qllbristmas Qt :Forest Bark
HRISTMAS is celebrated very elaborately at Forest Park, even though school closes
two days before Christmas Day. The celebration is carried out along three different
lines-Christmas plays, class parties, and the distribution of baskets for the poor.
Both the junior and the Senior schools present separate plays. Many hours of anxious
rehearsing are held for weeks before the occasion and finally, on the day school closes for
the holidays, both plays are presented, one after the other. This year a pageant, "Christmas
in Old England", was presented by the Junior School, while the Senior School gave an
adaptation of Dickens' famous "Christmas Carol."
Any one passing along the halls after school hours during Christmas week, would be
greeted by varied sounds, smells and sights, issuing from classrooms-for, what class would
do without a Christmas Party? Many enjoyable afternoons are spent in these happy gatherings
and many forms of entertainment may be witnessed if one should venture to "peek in."
But, of course, loyal Forest Parkers could not forget the spirit of giving, especially at
this season of the year. Each year, stacks of clothing, heaps of canned goods and bags of
vegetables pile up in home room cupboards, Forest Parkers are truly generous givers. Last
year one hundred and three families were provided for by our school alone, and over one
hundred dollars was raised for fuel for needy families.
Christmas is certainly an occasion for rollicking fun as well as generous giving. This
spirit is truly carried out in the holiday observance at Forest Park.
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"lin The Sim 3Ruum"
The curtains are parted, we see on the stage
The last grand finale-the cast of the age!
The characters stand in position once more,
And recall to our memory the play we adore.
Beaming smiles flood our faces as our glance comes to rest
On the maiden whose courage was put to the test.
In our hearts is a niche, carved and labeled by name
"Lorna Websteri' presides in our own hall of fame.
Yes, and there is "Jim Godfrey", so handsome and fine
A burst of applause is a proof-giving sign
That "jim" played the lead, as an actor his part,
And with ear-to-ear grin played his way to our heart.
"julia" the maid, merits thunderin a lauseg
sb . g
Her acting, of course, is the cause.
n a ame e arriere , reserve i ni e
Ad"Md dCh " d,dg'd,
Takes a bow as our hearts and our heads swell with pride.
With a shout of derision we greet from afar
Inspector Grady, and his trusty cigar.
"Simmonds" and "Morrel", assistants were they-
One wrote all the notes, and one said, HO. K."
And "Parks" h'if you please, comes out for a bow-
In memory his Cockney will linger-"I-I'and 'owl"
"Rogers", the footman, with villainous look,
Had all the earmarks of a dangerous crook.
Our smiles die away and ferce scowls appear,
As "Felix Armand" greets us all with a sneer.
His role was enacted with marvelous skill,
But we cannot forget his blood-thirsty will.
And then, with a shiver, we recall to our minds,
The two murdered bodies, most gruesome of finds!
And we shudder and shiver and try to forget
The intricate workings of the Boule Cabinet.
"ln the Next Roomi' was a play that will last,
A play that, forever in memory locked fast,
Will rise up before us, in the darkness of dreams,
And bring back remembrance of re-echoed screams.
The grimness, the starkness, of cold-blooded death
Will bring back a shudder, a quick gasp for breath.
For the play we presented forever will loom
In the shadows of memory-"In the Next Room?
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HE school spirit of Forest Park is no ghastly ghost that hovers 'round the lofty walls
of learning. The school spirit of Forest Park is the cheery embodiment of its finer
ideals. It's the pep, vim, and vigor that puts Forest Park on the map. What we
want at Forest Park is the pep to persevere in holding high the standards of the school. What
we want is the vim and the vigor to vitalize its personality. We don't want the sort of
school spirit typified by the person who rushes hither and yon yelling, "Hooray, for Forest
Parkn, and who, in a few seconds' time, will break the traditional rules of the school without
a qualm of conscience. We want the sort of school spirit that influences the students to live
up to the written, and unwritten laws of the school.
The school spirit that Forest Park needs is the feeling of loyalty that will influence
students to want to make the school a better place for having had them in it. The people in
Forest Park who truly have a school spirit are those who have the courage to stand up in
the face of ridicule for the standards set by the Foresters who have gone before.
The girls probably know that where they lead, the boys will follow. The girls set the
tone of the school. Will the girls this year raise or lower the standards? "just among us
girls" it takes plenty of pep and stick-to-it-iveness to live up to what we know is right. It's
hard to practice what we preach about honesty, truthfulness, self respect and fair play.
Young people of today are likely to get the idea that it is those who are unfair, those
who cheat and deceive, who are most successful. This is a very dangerous untruth. If we
but think a little ffor a change, we can see that human beings cannot possibly get along with
each other unless their relationship is based on truth.
We want people to believe in us and to trust us and to put their faith in us. Then,
because outsiders can believe in us they will believe in our school. Surely, we will be examples
of the spirit of Forest Park.
The letters "F, P." stand for "Forest Park", but they also stand for "fair play". We,
as a school, want the reputation of "playing the game fairly." Because the school is a com-
posite of each and every pupil, it's up to each and every pupil to play fair. Remember, it's
not the fact "that you get by" the first time-its whether or not you'll get caught the second
time. Be school spirited enough to play fair to yourself. If you really have enough self-
respect to want to win honestly, you'll have enough school spirit to "play up and play the
Forest Park has a personality-composed of the personalities of all the students in the
school. If your personality is cheerful, you are helping to make Forest Park a cheery place.
Everyone likes an optimist. So be bright and enthusiastic. Be eager, alert and, above all, be
willing to help. Be proud of the fact that you go to Forest Park. Make Forest Park the
school that you're proud to acknowledge as your own.
It's not up to the teachers to preserve the high ideals of the school. It's up to the students
themselves to decide whether or not the school spirit at Forest Park will be the kind of loyalty
that will hold our standards high above the mud and mire of criticism.
Let's make Forest Park a live school. Donlt let the spirit of Forest Park be a skeleton
in the closet.
Let's typify our school spirit by the slogan-
Forest Park High School-Fair Play for High Standards.
That's "school spirit."
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The meeting of two hands which clasp and hold,
The joining of two hearts no time can break,
An understanding love cannot be soldg
True comradeship no thieves can pierce or take.
No tie is stronger than the one that binds
Two wandering hearts and makes them beat as one,
N o path is holier than the one that winds
Between two friends who seek their way alone.
The years fly by on fleeting Wings of time,
We age, grow gray, and soon our bodies die.
But friendship true remains in souls sublime,
Where only loyal friends can seek and spy.
It bleeds, but clings, no wrong can change its span,
True friendship enries not another man.
By BEULAH GOODMAN
Remember-when you're feeling sad,
That things worft always be so bad.
Remember-there are others, too,
Who feel as badly as you do.
Remember that the goal, tho, misty as a cloud ,
Will some day come in sight,
And then, unveiling from the shroud,
Will be attained--and life be sweet again.
Dreams-Dreams that have become
memories--Dreams of glorious hours,
happy days and fleeting years-
Dreams of teachers become real pals,
and unexpected tests, and big games,
and friendly hours on a sunbleached
Nerer-to-be-forgotten dreams that bring
a glistening moisture to the eye-
Dreams of putting a shoulder against the lazy
old world and budging it-
Dreams of the future and the path
But before all that-
Dreams of commencement,
that bitter-sweet time of farewells
and starting, again.
Dreams! Dreams! Dreams!
By BEULAH GOODMAN
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F PAST achievements give any promise for future ones, then the Sub-Senior Class has
a brilliant term ahead. First of all, we were extremely fortunate, when we started out in
our junior year, in having for our advisor, Mr. Yocum. Under his capable leadership
we became organized and set out to blaze our trail of glory.
Can anyone question the success of our Jolly Junior Jubilee? After that came the
Prom-a most enjoyable affair-held in a miraculously transformed gymnasium. Observing
the annual Arbor Day ceremonies, we planted trees on the campus. We ended that perfect
day with the customary Tea Dance.
When we reorganized this year, we elected Elwood Pierce as presidentg Margaret Hoff-
richter, vice-president, Edward Rubin, secretary, Isaac Hecht, treasurer, and Adolph Shapiro,
sergeant-at-arms. Our support of the Senior I-Iallowe'en Dance helped to make it the huge
success that it was.
Now-doesn't all that herald a promising future?
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President .,....,.. ,,.,, . ,..,..,............ - .. .,,..,....... ROBERT BOYLE
Vice-President ,s,,.., ....... A NTI-loNY DIPAULA
Treasurer ,..s..,..... ...... ........... D A VID ERCK
Secretary ........,...., ,,..,..,..,... ELLEN TICKNER
Sergeant-at-Arms .,..,. ........, A LFRED BOLOGNESE
Advisor ..........,.,.....,,,..,.... ........ M R. Yosr
OOD? They've got to be good!"
The reason for this expression lies in the fact that the Junior Class must live
up to its past reputation in order to be the best graduating class Forest Park has
produced within its learned portals. From the present aspect of the activities of the February
'33 class, it will be a comparatively simple task to produce an A-1 group.
For there are Junior Classes and then again, there are Junior Classes. The above sen-
tence, though seemingly ambiguous, really indicates the superiority of Class '33 compared with
previous junior Classes.
The first project, the Sophomore Sport Dance, undertaken by this remarkable organiza-
tion brought forth an encouraging amount of executive ability. The class was formally
organized and presented to Senior society at its Junior Inaugural Assembly on November 19.
On the same day, under the capable chairmanship of Dot Leidenroth, the annual Junior
Tea Dance was given. Needless to say, the Tea Dance was a "smash hit."
The spotlight of the entire school is focused upon certain talented members of this
junior Class. The athletic heroes are Bob Boyle, captain-elect of the football teamg Tony
Dipaula, Wilson Burgess, "Al" Bolognese, who is captain of the baseball team. Incidentally,
"Alu can tickle the ivories with agility and clcill. Others who are notable for their musical
talents are Karl Brunnings, Katherine Bennanzer, Gladys Brittingham, and David Erclc.
Art also has its followers in the junior Class organization. Some of them are Katherine
Strauss, president of the Art Club, and Beverly Greene.
If history repeats itself, this particular Junior Class may be well assured of a renowned
and prosperous future.
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PON our tablet of history there is very little inscribed. We began as mere down-
trodden seventh graders, and grew and grew and grew until at last we find ourselves
Sophomores, with hardly any past and a mysterious future.
In the distance, however, we see piercing the darkness, a light in the way of Athletics.
Our girls' basketball team was victorious over the Third and Fourth Year teams last season,
and we hope that we will be able to contribute some valuable material for the varsity this year.
For the golden gleam of Scholarship we are still searching, but who knows what the
future will expose? There have been indications that three Commercial girls will shine in
this line of endeavor.
We find, as we dig into the past once again, that we enjoyed neither a ninth grade nor a
Sophomore Tea Dance. For some unknown reason, we seem to be blessed with Methodist
feet. However, we are looking forward to the junior Tea Dance, whenceforth, I am afraid,
our feet will not be termed religious.
As we continue our excavation work, we shall not leave a stone unturned in searching
for the gold with which to enrich our school days at dear old Forest Park.
Stuhtnt Qttihitp Bank
Paying Teller ........ ....,..,.,,,.,...,.,.......,.....,.................. - .-- ..,..,. RUTH MOGOL
Receiving Teller ....... a ..........,.......,...., ---..- ...... - ...., - ....... FANNI VANNI
Bookkeeper ..... - .......,. ............,. .........,.. S AR A KEYSER
Auditorr.. .,.....r..,,.,.....,... - ,.,...,.,..,. .............. ..... - .... - . ..CAROLYN KATZ
Statement Clerk ,.,., c .......... .. ..,.... .. ...... N ....., - ......,. ALFRED CHRISTIAN
Advisor ..,.i.............. - ........ ....... ............. . M R. M. LEIPHOLZ
NE of the outstanding organizations in Forest Park High School, is the Student
Activity Bank, which was started shortly after the oflicial opening of the school in the
fall of 1924.
The chief purpose of the bank is to control all finances within the school. Accounts
are kept with clubs, teachers, and individuals. The money deposited is later placed in a
local bank. The Student Bank issues its own deposit slips and pass books, in which notations
are made by the receiving teller for each deposit.
Each month a statement summarizing his account is issued to each depositor.
To keep the records accurate, student auditors check them each day. Another aid in
this work, is the system of internal checking, by which the work of each individual must
check with the work of the other clerks.
The service and the convenience of the Student Activity Bank is available to everyone
who wishes to take advantage of it .
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STUDENT ACTIN'ITY BOARD
The Stuhent Zlctitlities Baath
Chairman ,........... ...........,.......,.,....,........,......,......,, .... M R . Owsrsis
Vice-Principals ........ ...,,,.... D R. WHITE and MR. ScoTT
Atlvletic Director .... ...,......I.......I....,.............,....I...,,......,........ M R. SIMS
Faculty Members ,... ...,.., Mlss WRIGHT, MIss BECKER, MR. SCI-IMEID
Student President .......... , ......,.................., ...................... L ours REULING
HE STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD is composed of eight members, seven of
whom are teachers and the remaining one the Student President of the school.
This organization meets on Wednesday of every week to discuss and regulate
the extra curricular activities of the school. Money earned from these activities is turned
over to the Student Board, and then used for the beneht of the school.
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D. S. A. COBIMITTEE
Eistinguisheh Qerhire Qmarh Qllnmmittee
HE HIGHEST recognition in the Senior High School is the "Distinguished Service
Award". This award is divided into two parts-first, the bronze award, which is
A presented to not more than six percent of the Senior Class at the beginning of the
second semester, and second, a gold pin, which is awarded to not more than three percent of
the graduates. This last award is usually presented at the Senior Farewell Assembly.
The selection of students, eligible for the award, is carried out at follows: Any chartered
organization of the school may nominate students whom they deem worthy of the honor. The
final selection of the awardees is made by the Distinguished Service Award Committee, which
consists of the Senior, Sub-Senior, and Junior Advisers, and the Senior, Sub-Senior, and
Junior Senators. This year's committee consists of Mr. LeSchack, Mr. Yocum, Mr. Yost,
Mary Martin, Ruth King, and John Snyder.
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HE SENATE is one of the most important organizations in the school. It consists
of two senators from each year, representing both semesters of a grade. The meetings
are presided over by the Student President, Louis Reuling.
The sessions of the Senate are held behind closed doors, and it is here that most of
the legislation of our scholastic government has its origin.
For two years the Senate has served in the capacity of a court, acting as a tribunal before
which student offenders are tried. The court endeavors to impress the offenders with the
fact that they are being justly tried by their elected representativesg in this way the student
participation program of the school is carried out.
Through the aims of the Senate-to promote school spiritg to further understanding
between faculty and student body, and to establish student government, a higher morale
is obtained and a closer, more united spirit is developed at Forest Parlc.
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The Baath of Qtuhtnt Btprtsentatihts
President ..,.,., ,,..,...,,,......,,.... ....,... . L ouls REULING
Secretary ,...,.,.,.,.,.,..,.,....,,...... , ,........ .,........ .. ....................... - .......... .R UTH KING
HE BOARD OF STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES of the Forest Parlc High
School is composed of the president of each advisory class and presided over by the
Student President. During each meeting held every Monday during the advisory
period, questions, problems and policies of the school are brought up for discussion. After
the adjournment of the meeting, the representatives report to their respective classes the
business of the meeting Through the medium of this board, each student has the oppor-
tunity ro contribute a suggestion for the betterment of Forest Park.
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The jfutest Bark teas
WINGING into its eighth consecutive year as a necessary institution of the school,
the Forest Park Press has fully maintained its previous conservative policy and has
originated several new and popular ideas for the Green and Gray public.
The Press has been commended by many other high schools as a very newsy, well-
balanced, and interesting weekly for such a small-sized, four-page paper. Future H. L. Menc-
lcen's, Grantland Rice's, Willimn Randolph Hearst's, and Haywood Broun's may all be seen
busily furnishing copy for the Thursday issue on the Friday or Monday afternoon previous,
in room 319.
1931-32 EDITORIAL STAFF
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Editor-in-chief ,.....,,...,..,,....,.............,...,.,.r.,,r,...,...,,... Aoorpi-1 M. Si-lAP1Ro '
Associate Editors .,...,.....,..,.,.. ,,.......,........... ...,..,.,....,. N E LL M. Fos'rER '32
AARON N AnuNsKY '32
Sports Editors... ........... ........ A LBERT E. FLAx '32
HILDA Sci-IAPIRO '32
Assistant Sports Editor ....... ............. D Avm ERCK '33
Feature Editor ............ .. ., ..,...... BEN LEVIN '32
joke Editor ................ .... ........... .............. . E D WARD RUBIN '32
Assistant Editor ............. , ..... ........................................... . HELEN CORT '33
Exrlvange Editor ..........................................,.................. JUSTINA BALDWIN '33
Reporters. .......... Roy Rascovar, Ellen Tickner, Bernard Gamse, Lansdale
Hill, Ruth Dillow, Bernice Seligman, Ella Shank, Maud Ellen Zim-
merman, Vera Shank, Henry Sauber, Mary Davis, Abbie Aronheim,
Bessie Friedman, John Soule, Mildred Baer.
Business Manager ............................................................... MARY MARTIN '32
Assistant Business Manager ..... ...... A NNETTE KATz '32
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The Zltt Qllluh
President .,.,....,,,., .....,,....,..,....,...,.....,,.... - ....... CATHERINE STRAUSS
Vice-President ...,..... .--- .... ,..- ....,.. THOMAS ANGELL
Secretary w,,,,,.,K,.,.. M ..,. ...M .....,. ,Louise GRAVES
Treasurer ..,..................... ...... . ..........., - ..,....... ..,-..,,,......-... - - .JANE RIFE
Miss NELLIE S. NORRIS Miss NORA V. BRAINARD
Miss MARGARET M. EVEREST Miss M. LIDA BARTLETT
HE purpose of the Art Club has always been to bring an appreciation of beauty
and a knowledge of various artistic skills and techniques into the lives of both Junior
and Senior high school students. Q
The Art Club, divided into its numerous committees, works out each year a well
planned program. Artists of note are invited to talk about their work and to advise students
about the chances of success in the field of art.
Many amateur artists are discovered and given a chance to demonstrate their ability
Miss Norris, the advisor, and the members, have always been more than willing to lend a
hand and help in all school projects.
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BOYS' LEADERS, CLUB
Buys' leavers' Cliluh
Presidentn-- ............., .. ...............,...,.... - ....,.................... - ...,.. .MARVIN CAPLAN
Vice-Presidenhga ..., L.. .M .,.... - ....,..., .. ..,...... - .... .. ........ --AARON BAER
Secretary--- ..... - ,.., ........... . ,...,.....,.. - ..,., - - ..... ---.ALFRED BOLOGNESE
MR. ALFRED Scorr Mn. MELVXLLE C. ANDERSON
DR. EDWIN L. FREDERICK
Slogan: Brotherhood, Loyalty, Cooperation
1-To help new boys, to encourage the right attitude in the boy who is indifferent to
the best interests of the school.
2-To influence the right conduct among the students on and off the campus.
3-To assist in all emergencies involving the best interest of the school, and in extra
The advisors of the Boys' Leaders' Club have organized a "Pledge Class." In this
Pledge Class are boys who have leadership, but have not as yet shown sufficient leadership
to be voted into the Boys' Leaders' Club. The Pledge Class has its ritual and standard.
The meetings of this club are conducted along the lines of the Boys' Leaders' Club.
The roast the Boys' Leaders' Club held this year, was a greater success than the roasts of
recent years. The Boys' Leaders' Club usually has a speaker for every meeting. The club
discusses conditions around the school that can be improved, and remedies these situations.
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GIRLS, LEADERS, CLUB
Girls' ileahers' Qiluh
President .,.............. ........... - .,,.....,...,,.......... E FEIE MAY KAEMPEER
Vice-President ...,...,,, ........ E DWINA LIEDENROTH
Secretary ,....,...,.. L ................ ...ALICE SUGARS
Treasurer .... .....r..... ............ L ....... K A TIE MORMAN
Advisors ...,......I -L ,..,.....,..,..,..,w.,., DR. WHITE, MISS GROTE, MISS KRAMER
HE GIRLS' LEADERS' CLUB, the honor society for girls at Forest Park, was first
organized in October of 1928. The present advisors are Dr. White, Miss Adele
Grote, and Miss Ruth Kramer. The Ephebic Oath of the school is the creed of the
club. The club aims to lead and advise the girls of the school, to promote the highest stand-
ards in work and sport, and to aid and improve all phases of school life. The one outstand-
ing ideal of the club is "to do at all times everything requested for the welfare of the school."
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Uhr Qenlnr Grchestra
President ...,..,,..... ..,,.,, ...V............,..... .......... T o M SHEATS
Vice-President ..,..... a ........... .,..,... V ERNON CASTLE
Secrelqry ,,,,...., ..... . ,.... J OHN SOULE
Treasurer ...,.,,, g,,.... ,....... H E NRY ENGROFF
Advisorma ..,.............. E ,7.,...K.K.................,., - .................,,..... - ...... .Miss BUTLER
HE ORCHESTRA under the capable direction of Miss Butler and the faithful
services of Tom Sheats, has continued to be a leading organization of the school.
It is always on the job during assemblies, plays, operettas and other school aifairs.
Members having certain special qualifications are awarded non-athletic awards upon the
recommendation of the advisor and the ofiicers. This emblem is justly received because
the work of the members deserves to be praised and recognized.
The class of February 1932 wishes to express its sincere gratitude to Miss Butler and
the members of the orchestra for their willingness to help in all the Senior Class projects.
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THE JUNIOR ORCHESTRA
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N SEPTEMBER 24 of this year, the Junior Orchestra began its second year as an
organization of the school. The initial appearance of the Orchestra was made this
year at the junior Club Assembly. A
Miss Balces, the advisor and director, has worked willingly and untiringly throughout
e season, spending many mornings and afternoons helping and instructing her group.
The purposes of the Orchestra may be stated as follows:
To further the musical and instrumental knowledge of its members.
To furnish music for the Junior High.
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Music APPRECIATION CLUB
Music Qppreriatiun Qiluh
President., ...,....... c ....,..,........ - .,...., - ...,........ ......., B Essus FREEDMAN
Vice-President ...,. .... . .- ......... - ...K,.............. .DOROTHY KEYSER
Secretary .... ...K.. c ..... - ....... .....,... D o Ron-nr SAUBER
Treasurer ,,,,..,,., .- ,..... - ........ ... .... ROLAND NUTTRELL
Advisor ...,.,.K...,.....K.... .. .,.....,....., . ..................................................... Miss BUTLER
BOUT fifteen highly interested Forest Parkers met with Miss Butler a few months
ago, in conjunction with the formation of a club for lovers of music.
The group is ambitious to know and enjoy good music-a goal which it hopes
to attain by inviting outside speakers, investigating the lives and works of famous composers,
going to public concerts in a group, and learning the records of symphonic works.
The club meets every week in Room 104, alternating on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
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SENIOR GLEE CLUB
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President ..,....,.., ......,.. C oUR'r1cE AHRENs HELEN BAUER
Vice-President ......... ..,.... . ROLAND NUTTRELL ELLEN TICKNER
Treasurer ...,....,. ........ D ORRELL SCHOMBERG Donor:-nr MITCHELL
Serretary ....... .......... M ILTON MILLER KATHERINE BENNANZAR
Advisor ....L,.....,..,. . .... , . ., .. , . ,,....,.. ,.., . ......,.....,... M Iss GENEv1EvE BUTLER
VERY Tuesday afternoon many students iioclc to Room 104 to keep their appointment
with Miss Butler, who is the advisor of the Glee Club. This club, one of the most
active bodies in the school, is given opportunities to participate in many outside pro-
jects such as radio broadcasting, operettas, assemblies, plays and special contests, all of which
contribute to make this club outstanding. Not only is the work interesting, but under the
efficient and inspiring guidance of the advisor many otherwise hidden talents are brought
to light. The Glee Club invites anyone interested in learning music not generally taught in
the school room to attend its meetings.
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President ...... Q-- ..... ..,....,.............,..........,..... . BEULAH A. GOODMAN
Vice-President ....w,. A,,,,,... .......... - ......, F R EDDIE THOMPSON
Serretaryi .......,.......,.,.. ., A...., - ..,..,.... RosAL1E SILBERSTEIN
Treasurer ........... - .....,.. - .....,. .... . THOMAS OQCONNOR
Advisor ........,....,,...,. .... . .. . ,........ Miss ALTA THoMPsoN
HE MASQUERS, the Senior Dramatic Society of the school, was organized in 1926,
and has grown by leaps and bounds. It is one of the few organizations that is con-
stantly before the eyes of the student body, and has at all times merited the approval
of the school.
The purpose and aims of the Masqlxers are three-fold:
1-To promote a love for good drama
2-To direct student dramatic ability and interest in dramatics
3-To establish standards for the selection and presentation of plays at Forest Park
Many interesting and enlightening programs were arranged by the club. The Masquers
visited Miss Evelyn Wood's studio, and received some instruction in the art of puppet shows.
The club also formed a theatre party to see the University Players in "The Constant
Nymph." The players were later invited to a tea, where the members of the club had the
the pleasure of meeting them socially. The Ghost Story, by Booth Tarkington, which was
presented at the I-Iallowe'en Assembly, was the crowning achievement of the club this year.
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,lumen DRAMATIC CLUB
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Consul ....,.,.....,.,..... ..... - ..............,..... ......., L 1 LLIAN Bowsns
Second Consul ,... ...... ...........,... - ........ ......... M A R GARE1' SMITH
Praetora.- .........,.K......... .....K.. - ,....... ....,... C E Lasts FRANKLYN
Aedile .....,.......................... .,..,.....,....,. - -- ,,............,,.........,. HELEN BRITTON
Princeps Quaextorum .,.,,...............,..,.,........,......... -.-- ....... HILDA SHAPIRO
Miss EBAUGH Miss Ros Mus. Ecsn
HE SOCIETAS ROMANA is one of the largest clubs in Forest Park, and its aims
are clearly defined as follows: to promote a fuller appreciation of the life, the
customs, and the literature that existed in ancient Rome, and to create among the
Latin students a fraternal feeling.
The meetings are just as entertaining as they are educational. At the Christmas
meeting this year, carols were sung in Latin by the members. The presentation of plays
based on Latin work in Caesar, Cicero, and Virgil have also brightened many a meeting.
It is because of such well-planned and diverting programs that the Senior Latin Club has
such an active membership.
This year, under the capable guidance of its advisors, the Societas Romana will continue
its policy of presenting balanced programs that cannot fail to be attractive to even more
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Jumon LATIN CLUB
Ziuniur latin Qiluh
HE junior section of Societas Romana, the Latin Club, meets the third Wednesday
of every month in room 217.
The month's program is sponsored in turn hy the advisors, Miss Vera Harris, Miss
Marjory Ronalds, and Miss F. Marion Manning, with the able assistance of the consuls,
Maidee Brown, and June Witte of class 1951. The secretary is Esther Morris of class 1852.
By such activities as Latin dances, games, plays, puns, songs, tahleaux, cross-word
puzzles and movie projections together with inexpensive prizes and simple refreshments, the
two-fold purposee of the club in attainedg namely,-to promote friendship among the
students and to increase their knowledge of the Roman language, life and customs.
This two-fold aim is exemplified by a pin of the Latin Club shaped like a Roman shield
bearing a torch for knowledge and clasped hands for friendship.
The motto is: Ego certe meum rei publicae atque Societati Romanae ofiicium proestabo.
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Home ECONOMICS CLUB
The Iaume Qitunumits Qlluh
President ,,,,,,,,..,,,. ,....,.,,,,,., ...,,A..... ..,,.,..., H E LEN SMITH
Vice-Presidei1l,L ,A,,... ,....,.,.... R UTH SMITH
Secretary .,,A.,.,,. ...,.......v., V ERA I-IELLMAN
Treasurer. ,.,..., DoRo'rHY LEIDENROTH
Advisor -.,,,,..,,.,..,,,.,,..,,,,5,,,...,,,,.,,,,,..,,....,...,.,,.,,., ..,,..,..,.....,...... . Miss CHURCH
HE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB has been, since the opening of Forest Park, one
of the leading girls' clubs. The meetings, held once every month, are planned
in advance by a committee, and prove very interesting as well as instructive.
The club has three definite purposes which are:
1-To create appreciation of its value of Home Economics in school and outside.
2-To form a connecting link between the home and the school through social activities,
such as the annual tea for the mothers of the members and the Faculty.
3-To connect the club with the outside commercial industries through field trips and
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HE GERMAN CLUB has not been formally organized this year. All of the
meetings have been quite informal, and have been held chiefly for the purpose of
getting the new German students interested in the language. Those who attend
the meetings realize how interesting the German language can be. At our Christmas "get-to-
gether" many German carols were sung and Mr. Schmied gave a short tall: on Christmas
Our meetings are held at Mr. Schmiecls' request and all interested are cordially invited
Alle sind I-Ierzlich Willkommen in den Versamlungen des Deutschen Vereins.
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HE CERCLE FRANCAIS, which originated in 1929 has been one of the outstanding
clubs of the school. The purpose of the club is to study the French language more
than is possible in the class room. This is accomplished by reading and varied
The members and the advisors join in an invitation to all French students to join Le
Cercle Francais, improve their French and enjoy the fellowship of French students.
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President .,........... .,,.K.,.....,.....,...,. ...C.. f .... M I LLARD DERR
Vice-President .,....,. ..,...,.. C HARLES PRESTON
S ecre tary .,,...... ..,. . ....,.................,... ........ D A vm E. COHEN
DR. FREDERICK MR. STAUEFER
HE aims of the Chemistry Club are to stimulate a desire for further knowledge
of chemistry, to go more deeply into parts of the chemistry course, which, due
to laclc of time, can be only touched in class, to become acquainted with the wide use
of chemistry in industry and to learn of the various opportunities in the chemical held in
Programs of the past semester were given over to such topics as "The History of
Chemistry", Interesting Theory", "Commercial Applications of Theory", and the "Twilight
Realm of Matter". Each of the programs concerned several topics which were discussed
by different members. In this way all members take part in the meetings and are greatly
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Pfeyidenf .,,,., ,,,,., ...,...5..,................,. ......., N 1 N A Vxcxsns
Vice-President .......,. ........,,..,...,.. - -- ....... .EVELYN BUTLER
Sefrefary ,,,,,.,,-,, ,.........,.......... - -..HELEN BAUER
Treagurer ,.,..,, ...,.............., U ...., . RUTH I-IoFFMAN
Advisor L,,L,.,A,A,,,,,, ,..,,,,.,,, .,,,.,, . ,.., . ...,..,...,.......,....... M I ss GERTRUDE S. BOONE
HE FOUR SQUARE CLUB was formed by a group of girls who felt the need of
a girls' club similar to the Boys' Hi-Y Club. Under the capable leadership of Miss
Boone, our advisor, we drew up a constitution, and on April 17, 1931, we received
a charter from the Board of Student Activities.
The name Four Square Club signifies four squares for four aims within a larger
square which represents the body. The aims of the club are:
1. To extend a high ethical feeling throughout the school.
2. To develop a personal and moral character.
3. To bring girls in touch with well known outside speakers.
4. To discuss social and moral problems.
The slogan of the Four Square Club is:
Square Living, Square Thinking, Square Scholarship, Square Sports.
The theme of Four Square might well be expressed by this verse:
You can make your life a circle
Never getting anywhere
But the life thafs everlasting
Is the life tbat's Four Square
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President .......... ,......... , ......,............ - .VIRGINIA BARTHOLOMBW
Vice-President ......,., ..,...... - ...I.....,. M ARY EVANS
Secretary .......... .......,.. V IRGINIA CRIDER
Treasurer ,....,... .....,... J ANE ANDERSON
Auditor ..,.,.,,.........,...... ........ MRS. PARLETT
HE CLOVER CLUB is a young organization in the school, but it is making rapid
strides toward prominence. At the first meeting, which was held in October these aims
of the club were definitely decided upon.
1-To practice good behavior in school and out.
2-To show good sportsmanship.
3-To he loyal to the club.
4--To get the junior girls together.
5--To endeavor to act wisely at all times.
The three leaves of the clover stand for mental, physical and spiritual growth.
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President- .....,..,.. - .........,, .........,..,...,A... ......... E n WIN Rosselz
Vice-President ,.,.,,.. - ........,. ....... ........ . E nwmzn I-IEARN
Secretary ..,,,.... - .,..,.,.. ....., . MALCOLM DAVIES
Treasurer ..,,. M .......... WILSON KENT
Advisor ,...,... ,...,. . Miss DRYDEN
HE PI-IILATELIC SOCIETY, or the Stamp Club, as it is familiarly known, is one
of the few clubs of its kind in Baltimore. The purpose of the club is to promote
interest in stamps and to increase the number of collectors. At the meetings every
Wednesday in room 203, interesting contests, which are promoted by the members, are held.
Still more interesting, is the trading of stamps which is done after every meeting.
Anyone interested in stamps or stamp collecting is invited to consult with one of the
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President ...., ,...,.. ...........,.,.,.....,... .......... B . SILVERMAN
Vice-President ......... ......... F . Bnoclcivmn
Secretary ..,....... .................. M . LEVIE
Treasurer. ..,,..... H .,... .S. PEARLMAN
Adviyor .,,.,.4... ,..,.... M R. KRIEGER
NE of the newest clubs in school is the Chess Club. The members are new in organ-
ization, but old in experience. Ar the meetings, which are held regularly in room
308, frequent tournaments are held. In addition to tournaments among the members,
contests are held with outside clubs' in which Forest Park always displays a good brand of
Membership is open to anyone interested in chess whether he can play or not.
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Preyidenl ,,,,,,-,,,,,g, ..,..,,,5,.,,.,........A. ........ W M . BRIGHOFF
Vice-President Y.,,.... ..Q......,.... . MARY CRISP
Secretary ...... ,,.,.., .ALBERT GARDNER
Treasurerw .,.... ELLA MAY TUTTLE
Advisor .,.. ......,............,.........,.,............,,.,....... ..................,....,.. . M Iss BULLEN
T THE first meeting of the Biology Club, an enthusiastic group, with Miss Bullen
as advisor, established-the ideals of the club and outlined the work of their first
The aims of this organization are:
1. To stimulate a greater interest in Biology
2. To be of service to the school and community
3. To create a fellowship between the students of Biology
4. To study in detail the work taken up in class
5. To learn more of the Biological sciences
The club expects to study about other phases of Biology which interest the members
The club visited the Maryland Academy of Science on December 3.
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Presidenz ,,,..A..... ,..7,...........,,.,,.., .,...... H o WARD DYOTT
Vice-President ...,... .. .......... CHARLES QUINAN
Treaxurer ,,,,,,...A .,.,... A LLEN QUINAN
Vice-Treasurer ,.,,.,,. ...... B ERTRAM Got-:E
Secretary ,..,..,.... ,...,.7, D oNALn EIRICH
NE of the oldest groups in the school is the Ctaftsman's Club. This club was founded
in September 1924, under the competent supervision of Mr. Allan Quinan. It is
open to anyone in the school, and its rating with the students is high.
The aims of the club are: to develop the ability of the students to use tools skillfully,
and to bring out any technical talent a boy may have.
Each year, the club specializes on a new project. The construction of decorative clocks
occupied the boys' time this year, and their work was so attractive that a display case in the
main corridor on the first Hoor was devoted to an exhibition of the clocks.
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JUNIOR HI-Y CLUB
President ..........., .,.,,................... ...,..... I-I o WARD LINK
Vice-Presidenlna... Q....... J Acx SHOTES
Secretary..- .,..... ....... B ERNARD ROAN
Treasurer ,,,e,,,, ......................, B ILL KEMPFER
Advisor ...,... ....... , Mn. THOMAS VAN SAINT
NDER Mr. Van Sant's expert guidance the Junior Hi-Y has had a most successful
semester. Numerous worthwhile projects have been carried out in line style. The
club meets on Tuesday mornings at 8 o'clock and has a large representation at
each meeting. Several well known men from different walks of life have been the guest
speakersg some of these men were: an Indian Chief, Joe Friday, Boys' work secretaries, and
other men connected with boys' work. The club does not confine its activities entirely to
serious things, as may be seen by the hilarious "wrasling" exhibition in the boys' gym.
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President ........ ,... . ............................... ......A . . BEVERLY LEGUM
Treasurer 4.,...., ...,..,,.... - ....... a ...,....,,...........v E LsANorz GIESE
Secretary ....,,,.. ..............,.........,....,..., - .RUTH KING
Advisor .,-. - -...,.,,A ..., .... . . , ....,.......,.. Mas. Donormr B. KRAUSE
HE Library Club, organized only this fall, is already one of the active clubs in our
school. The members form a very enthusiastic group who are anxious to become
better acquainted with the library and its use.
The Library Club's aims are:
1. To contribute to the stimulation of the interest of the student body in boolcs and
2. To promote among the student body a good attitude toward the library and the
correct use of the library.
3. To assist other students in finding books and material in the library.
4. To assist in the mechanical work of the library: Charging, shelving, etc.
5. To learn to read and review books rapidly.
6. To learn something of librarianship as a profession.
7. To become better acquainted with all student assistants in the library.
The club is under the capable guidance of Mrs. Krause, librarian, and holds its meetings
every third Thursday at 8 A. M.
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I-IE Junior Glee Club is coming along at a singing pace. Miss Balces has organized
a fine club, and a high spirit is shown at every meeting. The purposes of the club
1. To develop an interest in music in all studentsg
2. To so liberalize and broaden the study of music that it will make our school a music-
3. To cultivate a finer sensitiveness to music so that it will be the students' most choice
means of expressing his highest and dearest sentiments and emotions.
Much has been done to further the realization and accomplishment of these aims. The
results can be seen in the manner in which the Junior School graduates hasten to join the
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HE JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB, an organization of junior High School students,
is a group which is interested in "play-acting". Their meetings are very interesting
and instructive, because they afford numerous opportunities in dramatics. Slcits or
scenes are often given by the members, and each member has a chance to show his ability, or to
improve his dramatic expression by taking part. The enthusiasm of the members and skillful
guidance of the advisors has made the club a success.-
Meetings are held the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month in room 233.
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HE purposes of the Radio Club are threefold: namely, to promote interest in all
branches of radio, to distribute special knowledge of radio throughout the school,
and to conduct research.
The club has successfully undertaken many projects during the past year. Its biggest
project has been the construction of a high power eighty meter transmitter, which has been
licensed, under the call letters W. 3 M. X., to operate in any of the amateur wave
bands. The use of this transmitter will do a great deal to promote the second and third
purposes of the club.
The group was very fortunate in having two of its members receive Government
Radio Operators' licenses which permit them to own and operate a station or operate the
The club meets every Monday in room 505, and a cordial invitation is extended to
anyone interested in seeing the station in operation.
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HE cheer leaders for the current sport season at Forest Park were certainly well picked
this year. Their enthusiastic leading and picturesque gestures combined to produce
some of the best cheering Forest Park has ever known.
The leaders are Al Hamburger, the headg Fred Acord, Daniel Dickman, Matty Hirshey,
and David E. Cohn. Their work was notable for "new yells, new systems, tricks, comedy,
and clever acts" calculated to interest the students in rooting. Certainly, in "tight" places,
our cheer leaders have produced yelling that encouraged the teams on to victory.
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HE sponsoring of the huge intramural athletic program at Forest Pai-lc has made the
Boys' Athletic Association one of the most outstanding organizations in the school.
The Association includes representatives from every home-room class, who meet the
second Tuesday of every month. The members talk over the athletic situation in the school,
and means of improvement are discussed. The group also talces charge of selling Athletic
Association tickets throughout the entire school.
The officers of the club are:
S er geant-at-A rms ..... ....
Faculty Treasurer .......
, ...... ........ J oi-IN KUHL
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The Girls' Zi. Zi.
President .............. ....,.........,...,...,...., - ............. M ARY FIELDMAN
Vice-President .,,,,.,......,.... ..,...,,............,. SARA ULMAN
Secretary ,.....,,............. .....,,........................,,....,...,....,...,,...... M Amo:-1 SHERMAN
junior High Representative ......,.,.,....,....,.......,....,, - ....... ..,PHYLLIS WALTHER
Advisors ....,g.. .Miss HYDE, Miss MANNING, Miss JOURNEAY, Miss EBERT
HE aims of the Girls' Athletic Association are: to develop an interest in all projects
of the Physical Education Department, to increase attendance at games and par-
ticipate in sports, and finally to inculcate habits of sportsmanship in players and
The meetings are held monthly. At these gatherings, matters of athletic interest to
girls are discussed. Would-he cheer-leaders demonstrate their abilities, and from their ranks
the official cheer-leaders are chosen.
High-lights in the year,s program of the organization consist of a Play Day entertain-
ment and a hike in the Forest Reserve. Play Day is just an afternoon of get-together and
good rollicking fung the hike affords healthy exercise and an opportunity to secure ten points
towards the sum needed for an athletic award.
With serious work and care free play, the Girls' A. A. has forged ahead to another
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Boys' "F" CLUB
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MR. SIMS MR. ANosRsoN
Mn. MARX MR. AXMAN
-IE BOYS' "F" CLUB of the Forest Park High School is composed of all boys who
have earned their varsity letter. The club does not schedule meetings. It is organized
to support all school activities, to act as hosts of visiting athletic teams, and to
assist in every way possible the furtherance of school projects. "FH men are on hand at all
games and social functions held in the gym or auditorium, ready and eager to help. An "F"
man besides being a good athlete must have evidenced at all times obedience to orders,
good sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct.
e men in e ra ua in cass are:
Th "F" th g d t g l
RUTI-iERFoRD Korzmc Hass UDOFF
FAULKNER Mocor. 1AcoBsoN
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Adviyory .,,,A,,,. ,..,,.,,. T HE Misses MANNING, HYDE, JOURNEAY, EBERT
HIS year the wearers of the "F" have not been formally organized as a club. How-
ever, when a girl has gained the distinction of wearing an "F", after acquiring
100 points by participation in athletic activities, she is immediately hound to live up
to the principles that the "F" embodies, namely:
1. To support all school projects
2. To promote intra-mural sports
3. To promote good sportsmanship
4. To receive visiting teams
5. To honor the major "F" and those who wear it
In the past the "F" Club and wearers of the "F" have assisted at athletic meets of every
type. They have tried to encourage the girls of the whole school to participate in sports so
that our slogan, "Sports for all, and all for sports," may he realized. And their efforts to
develop and foster real school spirit are not the least of their good works. The "F" Club will
shortly be reorganized and its usual program of "hard work, then play" will again be carried
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HEN the 1931 seoson opened, Coach Andy Anderson, was confronted with two
difficult tasks, namely, building a team with but five regulars, and going through
one of the hardest series of games ever scheduled. However, due to the Hne co-
operation on the part of the team and the excellent guidance of the Coach, Mr. Anderson,
and the Assistant Coach, Mr. De Haven, the squad soon rounded into shape. The season
proved to be a highly successful one, from all angles. The team won five games, lost two,
and was tied once.
The first game of the season was with Franklin Day School. Great defensive work was
displayed by the "Forester" line while the "backs" executed a series of line plays that carried
the team to an easy victory.
On Saturday, October 17, the "Andymen" journeyed to Hagerstown to play a league
game with St. james. This engagement marked the ofiicial opening of the "A" conference
and turned out to be a well-earned victory for the green and gray warriors. It was not till
the end of the half that the first score of the game was made. A perfectly executed end
run, with Ken Fink carrying the pigskin, earning a touchdown for Forest Park. Sharretts
drop kicked the extra point which proved to be the margin of victory, for, early in the third
quarter St. James scored a touchdown on a long forward pass. The try for the extra point
was blocked by Stringer, Forest Park center. Rutherford and Boyle received injuries and
had to leave the field early in the game.
On the following Friday the "Foresters" met Severn at the Baltimore Stadium, and were
defeated by a strong Severn team to the tune of 33-7. Forest Park scored first on a long pass
from Rutherford to jones, but could not hold the lead. Severn outweighed Forest Park by
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about ten pounds to a player, and it was only the Forest Park fighting spirit that kept the
score from being worse.
The only tie game of the season was with Calvert Hall, the final score beng 6-6. A
Calvert Hall punt was blocked by W'itz, and the green and gray pushed it over from the one-
yard line. Boyle scored the touchdown. The "Forester" forward wall was impenetrable, so
the "Cardinals" had to use passes to score. The try for the point was wide and the game
ended with Forest Park in possession of the ball on the Calvert Hall thirty yard line.
The Vocational game was supposed to have been a "breather", for Coach Anderson,
but we were unable to score until the last quarter. Ken Finlcis eighty-five yard run for a
touchdown was the big feature of the game.
Our "big game" of the season turned out to be a heart breaking defeat inflicted by City
College 26-7. Forest Park led at the end of the first quarter 7-6, by virtue of a seventy yard
advance on a long forward pass from Rutherford to jones, and a lateral from Rutherford to
Boyle, which resulted in a touchdown. City employed an overhead game that Forest Park
could not break up, and the game ended with City on the long end of the score.
The "Foresters" had little trouble in defeating Donaldson 33-0. Fink and Rutherford
each scored touchdowns from lciclc-offs. The entire green and gray squad saw action and all
three teams scored on the Donaldson eleven at least once. ,
The final game of the season was played at the Stadium against Southern High. Com-
parative scores showed that Southern had a stronger team than City College, but, the green
and gray won, 12-6. Fink and Rutherford shook themselves loose for a number of long
runs to put the Foresters in scoring position. Finlc and Jones scored the touchdowns.
"Bobby" Boyle is the captain-elect for the 1932 season, and with a number of regulars
back, Forest Park should have another successful season.
Under Coach Axman's capable coaching the "Bn squad also had a very successful
season, and defeated Severn and Calvert Hall.
F.P. Z6 Franklin Day ..,,.,, ,..... 0
F.P. 7 St. James..--.--,- ..... 6
F.P. 7 Severn ...- ..,.,.. a ..... ,... a 0.33
F.P. 6 Calvert Hall ........ ,..... 6
F.P. 19 Vocational ....,.. . ....,, O
F.P. 7 City ................ .......... 2 6
F.P. 33 Donaldson N--. 0
F.P. 12 Southern ......,..r. ...... 6
F.P. 14 Severn ,.,..,. S ,....,.,.. ,,..-, 7
F.P. 7 Calvert Hall .,...... ..,,,, 0
FP. 7 St. Joseph. ...,,... .....,.... 7
F.P. 13 McDonogh ...,,.. .,,....,.. 1 9
F.P. 0 Gilman ,.,......, ,,.,.,.s., 3 3
F.P. 0 Poly .,........,. .mv 7
F.P. 0 City ..... ,...,. 0
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Captain ...,..., ......,.,.....,,....,....... ,,..,.,,., L o Uis RUEUNG
Manager.-- ...,.A.,. ....,,..,,.,,. I sAAc HEC:-ir
Coach ........,..,....,.......w,...,..,A... ,.,,,,,..................,.....,....A.,....... - .....,. M R. Rex SIMS
ITH but two regulars remaining from the previous season, Coach Rex Sims faced
the difficult task of rebuilding an entire new team. However, the response to the
call for candidates was met very ably. After several weeks of drilling, the team was
fully prepared to do justice to the school in the scramble for the Maryland Scholastic Title.
Two victories over Ranclalstown High made a good opening for the Forest Park Soccer
season. The scores were: 5-0, and 3-0 respectively, and Rueling and Jacobson were out-
standing in these settos.
After losing to one of the strongest teams ever produced at State Normal School, 3-2,
the Foresters retaliated by taking two games from Parlc School, 3-2, 2-0. Dawlcshaw and
Kuhl played well on the defense, while Spranklin, Faulkner, and Noel, lcept the opposing
goal keeper busy.
Franklin High, County Champions, proved a very strong foe, and succeeded in defeating
Forest Park twice with scores of 3-2, 3-0.
The team then journeyed to Annapolis, and made history in defeatng the Navy plebes
for the first time, by the decisive score of 4-1. Captain Rueling was the "big gun" for the
Foresters in this battle. He scored 2 of the 4 goals and started the drives that led to the
other 2 scores.
The soccerites defeated Mt. St. Joe 2-1, but later lost to City, 4-1.
Captain Rueling has led his squad in excellent shape thus far, and the team has exhib-
ited a thrilling brand of soccer. As this book goes to press, several games still remain to be
played, but it is hoped that these will prove victories.
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HE 1931 season found Forest Park represented by a veteran team. Coach Axman
built his team around Howard Hess, Al Bolognese, Albert Shavitz and Edward Rubin.
Danny Rosenthal, sophomore, has shown quite a bit of ability since the season opened
and it is believed that he will be an important cog in Coach Axman's "machine". The season
thus far, has been a success, and the Green and Gray team has an excellent chance to win the
championship this year.
Forest Park opened its basketball campaign by defeating the strong alumni team 36-33.
Danny Rosenthal carried off high honors by scoring 13 points. Ernest Crosby was the
"big gun" for the alumni.
In the next game, Forest Park defeated Loyola 28-10. The "Foresters" were never in
danger at any time throughout the game. Hess started the scoring by "sinking" three shots
from the middle of the floor. The "Foresters" then kept up a steady bombardment on the
basket and never lost the lead. Close guarding by Shavitz and Bolognese featured the game.
Hess scored 11 points to lead the scorers.
Forest Park opened its league campaign by defeating Southern High School 28-17. The
Green and Gray scorers were again lead by Hess who tallied 8 times from the fioor and once
from the foul stripe for a total of 17 points.
After dropping a non-league battle to McKinley Tech of Washington D. C. the Foresters
came back from the Christmas holidays to again defeat Loyola, this time by the score of 30-23.
These are the only games played to date, and as this article goes to press, we Hnd the
Greenh and Gray quint fully prepared to face City, Poly, Calvert Hall, Park, Mt. St.
THE LEAGUE SCHEDULE
Southern, December 18, January 12, Poly, December 15, February 123 Park, January 19,
February 265 and Calvert Hall, January 85 City College, january 22, February 26.
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LTHOUGH the hockey team was handicapped this year by the loss of many players,
the capable coaching of Miss Lucy Hyde produced a splendid group. Despite four
losses and but one victory, the team deserves much credit for its game showing and
As may be seen from the scores, the games were all close and thrilling spectacles. Our
playing was characterized by a strong defensive and a good offensive. Prospects for next
fall are bright, and there is every reason to believe that the Varsity will again regain the city
championship which it has won the last few years. The team and schedule follow.
"A" TEAM-J. Sayman, E. French, B. Kahn, E. Clabaugh, S. Palmer, H. Cort, P.
Ulman fCaptainj, D. Heinz, R. Fielclman, M. Lennon.
"B" TEAM-E. Coyle, R. Mueller, C. Cohen, M. Sherman, B. Warner, M. Mont-
gomery, M. Schroeder, Roop, E. Leidenroth, S. Sorin, F. Mitchell, Timanus,
H. Becker, S. Mollendorf.
"Av Schedule "Bn Schedule
Oct. 21-Park 3..... ...... - ........ ---.F.P. 0 Oct. 28-Western 6.-.- .........,... 0
Oct. 28-Western 3 ---,. .--..-F.P. 0 Nov. 4-Southern 10----....--.-,..F.P. 3
Nov. 11-Eastern 2 ...,....,,,. ,.,..... F .P. 1 Nov. 11-Eastern 1 ....... - ............... F.P. 0
Nov. 16-Western 1-- .................,, F.P. 2 Nov. 16-Western 9 ,........ .. ......... F.P. 0
Dec. 4-Eastern 5 .......,. --.-...F.P. 0 Dec. 4-Eastem 5 ........... ......... . F.P. 0
HE Forest Park Golf enthusiasts, coached by Miss Journeay, herself an enthusiastic
golfer, won the interscholastic tournament this year. The group played and defeated
Eastern, Western and Southern High. Although this is the first year that a girls'
golf team has been in existence at Forest Park, it has certainly made a fine start. The mem-
bers of the team are: Betty Brooks fCaptainj, Jane Ramson, Anne St. Martin, Jerry Kath-
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HE junior High Varsity Squad had a very successful season. Miss Thelma Ebert
was the coach of both teams, which succeeded in winning most of their games. Both
the 'A' and KB' teams exhibited good technique and fast playing in their contests.
The schedule of both teams was as follows:
"A" Team "B" Team
Oct. 27-No. 49 0 ............. a .... FP. 6 Oct. 27-No. 79 1-.. .....,. - .... FP. l
Nov. 5-No. 79 0 ..... ..,.. -.F.P. 7 Nov. 5-No. 233 2- ...., - ........... FP. 2
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The Qmtapulis Erin
URRAI-I! Here comes Koenig-at last the train can leave." Of course, that
wasn't the real reason we were late in leaving-Mary Martin, Doris Kettlewell and
Evelyn Butler were too busy with their ardent love-making to our guide fan
elderly gentlernanj who, with such pleasant company, didn't seem very anxious to hop the
old rattle-trap. Finally, however, we showed him the error of his ways, and he in turn, con-
descended to embark upon our much-planned, talked about, and otherwise pleasant, trip.
Amid shouts of, "Who has a camera! Hess, stop playing that infernal guitar! Come on,
Coppell, give us a song!" the chariot of the W., B. dl A., carrying the February 1932, class
of the Forest Park High School, gathered up enough steam to get under way.
Things were going along splendidly, meaning noisily, when all of a sudden, every body
stopped making noise. Guess what happened? The guide of our expedition was talking to
Mr. LeSchack about where to eat in Annapolis. Immediately there was a rush and everyone
wanted to have his or her name taken first, so that he or she fsame as beforej would be sure
not to get hooked out of his or her meal. But, as we soon discovered, everything one wanted
had to be paid for, so that quieted the crowd of Forest Park ugoblinsu, and the repast was
not as sumptuous as some optimistic souls had previously intended to make it.
After we Forest Park continental tourists had appeased our ravenous appetities, we began
our tramp through the streets fif we may call them such, of Annapolis, to points of interest.
We visited the State Building and went into the Geological Survey room and saw the many
different kinds of minerals found in Maryland. We were informed by our guide, in his
highly dramatic fashion, that the roof under which we stood was made entirely of wood,
even down to the nails, which were wooden pegs. We went from the State Building to the
Naval Academy, where we saw the chapel, Captain john Paul Jones' tomb, and many other
things of interest. Coppel, Miller, and Skurow almost had their arms amputated because
they touched the golden rope, which forms a protection for John Paul's tomb.
After writing our names in the visitors' book, we went to view the midshipmen on parade
in front of Bancroft Hall. After seeing this inspiring sight, we went down to the sea, where
the ships Hoated lazily over the rippling Severn. Here, for the tenth time, We stopped to
It was about four o'clock when the bunch decided to see the lacrosse game between
Navy and Georgia Tech. After the game, it was discovered our three Juliets were no longer
making love to our guide, so he insisted that it was about time to go home. We trudged
our weary way fapologies to Grayl to the railroad tracks and, after partaking of refresh-
ments, embarked upon our weary way fmore apologies, to the good old City of Baltimore.
The trip homeward was uneventful.
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Merla Tuttle. ....... -.- ...,, Albert Rutherford
Selma Carmel ,..,... -- ...,.,., Tom Shears
Mary Martin.-- ....,....,.,........,...... ,Howard Hess
Evelyn French ....... E ...... - ....... ---.,.Lee Faulkner
Mary Martin. ......,, James Thompson
Mary :Martin .....r --.,.,Millard Derr-
Merza Tuttle .,,,,.,,
Evelyn 'Butler ........
Jams FrazIer ,...,.. W- ..T. ,,,,,..,
Mary Martin. .,.......
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Beulah Goodman .......... ,,,,,,,,
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SECRETARIAL 8: ACCOUNTING COURSES
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and graduates, offering intensive training in commer-
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Graduates are holding positions as stenographers, Commercial
typists, junior, senior and private secretaries, book-
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UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE
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DAY DIVISION It J E EWIENING DIVISION
DR. VVILBUR F. SMITH, President
TO You FEBRUARY GRADUATES
AFTER FOREST PARK, WI-IAT?
Enter the University of Baltimore. A new freshman mid-year class will
begin on February 1, 1932. If you so desire you may continue through the
summer and complete an entire academic year by this coming September.
The two schools of this University give every Forest Park High School grad-
uate a wide scope from which to select a training for her future career.
A high school education or its equivalent qualifies one for admission.
No pre-legal requirements are necessary for entrance to our Law School.
Regular degree of LL.B. granted upon completion of a three-year course.
There are many important benefits to be gained by attending the University
of Baltimore. Dean Howall A. King will be pleased to advise you personally
about them if you will come into see him.
TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS 1931-1932
A. ACCOUNTANCY fqualifications for D COMMERCIAL TEACHERS, TRAINING
C. P. A. Exam.j E SECRETARIAL SCIENCE
B. ADVERTISING AND MARKETING F. JOURNALISM
C. GENERAL BUSINESS ECONOMICS
For Catalog, Write, Call at School or
Telephone XTETIIOH 6095
UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE
847-851 N. HOVVARD ST.
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The Singer ,................ L ,..... - ...,.. --- ...,..., .. ........ - ...... - ......, Counrics AHRENS
The Great Lover ,.......,,.....,,,,..,.,...,.,. .-- ---L.----.....FREn Aconu
Wise Words from Truthful Jim ....,.... .-.--.JAMEs THOMPSON
Blessing the Dance ,.,,,.,.,..,.,,.,...,,.,... ........ M ERZA TUTTLE
Immortal Love ....,....,........,..,.,...... - ....... ................ M ARY EVANS
The Wild Ride .... ....., .L -..-..- ..-- ........ .. ....... SAM Sxunow
The Man Hunt ,......... .......,..,............,., M ARGARET BRAWNER
A Lady .............,,.......,..... - ..........................,.... - ..... MARY MARTIN
The Gift of God.-- ,.... .. ..... - ......... - ......., .EVELYN BUTLER
Those Two Boys. ....... ....,.,.,... . D. E. Col-IEN, D. H. Col-IN
The Drug Clerk. ....... ,..,... - ......................... - ..LEoNARo Mocor.
The Listener: ,..,.....,....... ........,.. R url-I SWEREN, ANNETTE SPECTRE
Dr. Sam ..,.....A.....,........,.... ....., M. ........ ..... --- ..... .SAM FERTITTA
A Leap Year Episode ,.,..,..... ......... T he Entire Class on its Graduation
The Secret of the Sphinx .... ...... - ....,........,............. C HARLES PRESTON
In Praise of Pie ,,,...,,............... ....... - ..........,....... - L .... MILLARD DERR
The Unchangeable .......,..,.....,...,,,.... ,..... .....,........... - .......... MARvxN CAPLAN
A Human in Praise of Neptune ...,....... - ......,.................... -WILBUR KOENIG
Infant Ioy .............. Submitted by the Seventh Graders on Entering F. P.
Song: of a Girl ...... L ................................................................. JANIS FRAZIER
The Fiddler of Dooney ....... - ................. -..- ......................... MILTON MILLER
Forty Singing Seamen, ..................... - ............................ THE Boys' C1-loRUs
The Demon of Study Gone ..Written in Memory of Happy Days at F. P.
How Mary Grew ....................... - ......... - ....... - .................. - ......... MARY Foao
The Shipman? Tale .......... ....,,....... - ......... - ................. M ATTHEW HIRSHEY
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PARENT AND TEACHERS'
FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL
fOrganized in 1924,
Dear Boys and Girls of the February, 1932 Class:
Our best wishes go with you. For some of
you school life and lessons are things of the past.
Before you are life's lessons to be learned, not from
books but experiences. Seek these things which
are finest and best in life, remembering always that
we get out of life in proportion to what we put in it.
The P. T. A. meets the first Tuesday in each
month at 8.15 P. M., in the Forest Park High
2 Ellie glint-ester Q
last will aah Tllitstament
E, THE honorable "sweet and lovely" class of February, 1932, being in full pos-
session of all intelligence, including power of reasoning and sense of humor, already
expecting to depart this life in our final tourney with exams, do hereby in this age
of depression,make our final, few, and faint-hearted bequests.
Now, having reached the final stage in our tournament with those steel-armored mem-
bers of the faculty who have been our fair and just opponents throughout our years of com-
bat, we hereby state that we hold malice against no man, be he English, Math., or Chemistry
P Furthermore, we beg, as a last request, that our funeral be attended by much pomp and
ceremony, and that the student body and faculty be chief mourners, with Miss Butler and her
orchestra leading the procession with a special arrangement of Chopin's funeral march by
special permission of the copyright owners.
And so, in conformity with legal procedure, we do hereby make the following indi-
To Mr. Owens, we bestow our executive ability, wishing him the best year ever, realizing,
however, that he will have to struggle along without the February Class of '32.
To Dr. White, who has never been tardy in making us toe the mark, we leave the
sincerest hope that someday there will come a class of ten o'cloclc scholars who are unable to
find suitable alibis.
To Mr. Scott we will and bequeath our absentee notes with a sincere prayer that he does
not check up on the excuses offered.
To General Cluster, custodian, we leave our many battle-scarred deslcs, with the hope
that he may be able to lead his army to victory over the paper-strewn Hoor of the Senior
Class home room, 207.
To esteemed members of the faculty we do hereby in all solemnity bequeath the following:
To Mr. Yocum, the next Senior Class adviser, Mr. Le Schaclc leaves his cherubic smile
with the advice to let the smile be his umbrella, 'cause there's plenty of rain ahead.
To Miss Genevieve P. Butler we leave a heart full of gratitude, love and sympathy for
having to teach Commencement music to such a hectic mob of Seniors.
To Miss Ebaugh, who struggled to inject Latin into our unreceptive brains, we leave
all our Virgil "cribs",
To the following persons, individual members of the aforementioned Senior Class, we will
and bequeath certain of their dearest, most cherished possessions:
To Russ Colombo and Kate Smith, Courtice Ahrens and Janis Frazier leave their un-
questionable talent and their suggestions for success, with the sincere prayer that someday
Russ and Kate may be as popular and as great as Courtice and Janis.
To Elwood Pierce, Jimmy Thompson leaves his "little blaclc book" with the careful
advice to write illegihly, so that neither he nor anyone else can understand its secrets.
To the june Class of '32 we, the present Senior Class, leave our fine front rows of
auditorium seats, hoping that they, too, will learn to pay attention in assembly.
To any aspiring members of the student body, Margaret Brawner and "Matty" Hershey
leave their hard earned title of "Biggest Beefers" with the sly suggestion that it talces a lot
of butchering to be a "beefer."
To any twenty-five or thirty Sub-Seniors, Mary Martin bcqueaths her capabilities, prac-
ticabilities, and a lot of other fifty-cent words.
To the June Class of '32, the February Class of '32 leaves its unexcelled ability to bring
home the bacon in the form of cash receipts from the Senior Play. We do hereby state that
never in the history of our beloved school will there be another Senior Play that can equal ours,
and furthermore, we leave to our far-famed coach, Mr. Clarence T. de Haven, a slap on
if One Hundred Seventeen -l
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the back and a word of admiration for his tireless, unceasing labor, "In the Next Room."
To the school in general we leave our numerous post-graduates, who, unwilling to sell
apples, are returning in search of higher education-or somepin!
To Forest Park High School, we do hereby in all heart-felt gravity, bequeath our feeling
of school spirit and that little tingle in our hearts that will bind us to you through the years.
We hereby appoint Mr. Le Schaclc, the executor of our will, with the sure knowledge
that he, who will remain behind to catch the tear-drops of those who mourn our departure,
will dispose of all other of our possessions as he sees fit.
In witness whereof, we, the February Class of 1932, the testators, have to this, our last
will and testament, set our hand and seal on this 27th day of January, Anno Domini, 1932.
THE FEBRUARY CLASS OF 1932.
lTune of "One More Hour of Love"j
One more term to bring us gladnessg
One more term to be with you.
Then Forest Park, we'll go away in sadness,
But our hearts will stay with you.
You'-ve taught us how
To stand and fight and win, or lose and gring
We've learned to do our best at every test.
And we'll be happy tho' we're leaving,
Knowing we'll belong to you.
Words by jANIs Fmxzlsa
fTune of "Why Dancevj
Dear School, in our hearts we all love you,
We'll always we true.
Dear School, there is none above you,
In song we renew
The memories of all other classes,
And we hope that our memory will last, for
Dear School, we have found ,tween your walls
A friendship welll ne'er forget.
Words by BEULAH GOODMAN
lTune of "Million Dollar Baby",
Look up to us, for we are Seniors.
Look up, and give us all a hand!
We're cheering for our Alma Mater,
For the best school in the land.
Forest Park, we love you,
And though we soon will part,
While we're here we'll show you
The feelings in our heart.
We want to prove that we are loyal,
That we're a sturdy helping band,
And so, we give three cheers with vigor,
For the best school in the land.
Words by EVELYN BUTLER
if OneHundrcdEighteen It
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A Pleasant Place To Shop
Maker of Fine jewelry
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Best Wishes to the Graduates
Dr. F. Jay Marshall FOR GO? CANDY
Surgeon Dentist ee
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Phone Liberty 6497
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The Pure Homemade
4709 GWYNN OAK AVENUE
Copies anything printed, written or drawn
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Expert Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Tailoring and
Remoclelling of Men's and Ladies' Suits, Coats
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20 WEST REDWOOD STREET
The Most Popular Drug Store in Forest Park
COR. GARRISON and PIEDMONT AVES.
For Quick Service Call FOREST 6071
Phone Reisterstown 115-M
The Flag Banner and The ELLEN TEA ROOM
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Special Luncheon: and Dinner: by Appointment
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Post Office Address, Owing: Mills, Md.
JEN -EVA Style Shoppe
SILK DRESSES and HATS
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4711 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVE.-Lib. 1067
At Gwynn Oak Junction
Open Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Evening:
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Limousine: for all Occasions
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Little Mary: "Thank you for the bal-
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Little Mary: "That's what I said, but
mother said I must thank you, all the
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the rescue of a classmate who slipped on
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"O, no," said Evelyn, "I just sat down
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