Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

 - Class of 1934

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MISS SOPHIE BECKER E, the graduating class, greatly acknowledge our indebtedness to Miss Becker, who is known to us as all that is good and right and who through her ever-ready assistance and her shin- ing disposition has set aside a corner of our hearts in which we will always harbor memories of our beloved friend. V MR. ALFRED P. SCOTT HE memory of Mr. Scott will always remain fast in our hearts, and we will always remember him as an inspiring teacher, a Fine friend, and above all a square-shooter and a real man. ifarulig COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Head: CHESTER H. KATENKAMP B.S., A.M., Ed. D. JOHN B. CALDER SAMUEL GOLDSMITH ADELE F. GROTE MICHAEL C. LEIPHOLZ MADELINE M. THOMPSON MARY E. WELLS, B.S. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Head: ANGELA M. BROENING, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. MARGARET W. CHASE, A.B. GLADYS B. EGER, A.B. JRUTH A. HUDSON, A.B., A.M. ELIZABETH M. JONES, A.B., R.N. ABRAHAM LE SHACK, B.S. VIRGINIA SHAFFER, B.S., A.M. ELTA W. SMITH, B.S. ALTA E. THOMPSON, B.S., A.M. JFANNIE C. WRIGHT, B.S. ART DEPARTMENT vfNORA V. BRAINARD, B.S. NELLIE S. NORRIS HISTORY DEPARTMENT Head: CHARLES E. ADAMS, A.M:, Ph.B. GRACE BROENING, A.M. I FLORENCE M. LAYMAN -f FLORENCE LEVINSON, A.M. ALFRED P. SCOTT, A.B., A.M. THOMAS VAN SANT, B.S. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT REX H. SIMS C. MELVILLE ANDERSON VLUCY E. HYDE .fLUCY JOURNEAY, B.S. INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Head: WILLIAM K. YOCUM, A.P. EDGAR BULL STANLEY L. HEYLMAN THOMAS L. YOUNG LATIN DEPARTMENT Head: JESSIE M. EBAUGH, A.B. JIRENE ROE, A.B. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Head: GROVER NORRIS, A.M. LATIMER A. DICE, A.B., A.M. J WILLIAM H. JOLLY JFLORENCE R. LANE OTHO M. WHITMORE, A.M. MODERN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT Head: OTTO K. SCHMEID, A.B., LL.B. If EDITH KLINESMITH JJ. FRED MOORE, A.B. RUTH E. RUHE, A.B. MARY SABINE, B.S. MUSIC DEPARTMENT JGENEVIEVE P. BUTLER, B.S. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 'XDORIS V. CHURCH, B.S. IDA A. WHOLLEY, B.S. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Head: EDNVIN L. FREDERICK, A.B., Ph.D. HENRY HIRSCH, B.S. MILDRED HUTT, A.B. RUTH KRAMER, A.B. JOSEPH L. KRIEGER, B.S. VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT NORA A. STOLL, A.B. ADMINISTRATION SHIRLEY M. FREED SYLVIA ROSENBERG ATTENDANCE OFFICER MRS. ELIZABETH GATES DIETICIAN NEVA C. LEWIS 5 V MR. WILLIAM H. JOLLY R. JOLLY, who by his unfailing willingness to oblige, his ever- present cheerfulness, his unselfish hospitality, and his Warm spirit of friendliness has endeared himself to all members of the Class of Thirty-Four as friend, teacher, and advisor during our years at Forest Park. MISS GENEVIEVE P. BUTLER o Miss BUTLER, we offer our sincere thanks and appreciation for I her noble work in furthering the cause of our projects, and for her untiring labor in making the musical enterprises of the Senior Class a huge success. MISS NORA V. BRAINARD ISS BRAINARD rightly deserves the whole-hearted gratitude of the entire Senior Class for her splendid work in furthering the success of our FORESTER, for her gracious work in the Jubilee, and for her splendid costuming for the Senior Play. MISS RUTH A. HUDSON 9 NDLESS appreciation is due Miss Hudson, from the Senior Class, for her tireless efforts in attempting to give our class a FORESTER which they may well be proud of. MISS ALTA E. THOMPSON E cannot express in mere words how deeply We appreciate Miss Thompson's kindness and devotion to us in giving us so much of her valuable time. Through her untiring efforts she in- spired the play cast to a great production. We thank you, Miss Thompson. 'JO ,EST TEEN, Sentara Srninr 0112155 Gbiiirera BERTRAM SCHILLER KENNETH HAMLIN HELEN BRITTON ,, ...,. ,.,.......,..Vice-President ,...,...,.......,Secre1fary WILLIAM BRENT , .....,.... A..4.,..A...........44.,,..4.. T reasurer MORTON SUGARS L.,,L.....,AA4 ..,A.......,. GEDDES MILLER ....,.,... Sergeant at Arms Sergeant at Arms FRANCES ANDERSON 3930 Duvall Avenue Q Art Club 2, 3, 45 Class Basketball 2. jHRANCES is one of the silent girls in our group, who talks little and listens much. She believes in the old adage, "Speech is silver"-you know the rest. HERMAN ANGELO ' 3218 Garrison Avenue Track Team 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2: Incerclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g b 0 German Club 33 Glee Club 3, 4g J. J. J. 4. mERMAN,S friendly manner and good disposition are well-known through- out the school. He's exceedingly obliging and the soul of generosity. RUTH ANN ARMIGER 5105 Elmer Avenue Art Club 2, 3, 4. OMEDAY we'll see Ann's name on pictures. She is one of the outstand- ing artists in our class. Her personality and charm should be of invaluable assistance in her future work. EVELYN ARMSTRONG 3404 Glen Avenue 9 Latin Club 33 In terc lass Athletics 3, 4g Girl's Leader's Club 3, 4. Il VELYN is a faithful and conscientious student, and no matter what she does she can be depended upon to do her best. She has a sweet disposition and she's always completely natural. MILDRED VIRGINIA ARNOLD 3610 Springdale .Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 43 Opportunity Club 45 Music Appreciation Club 3g Numerals 35 Distinction 4. ILDRED is the type of person who excels in everything she does, and not the least of her strong points is making people like her. ROBERT ASKINS 5212 Wilton Heights Avenue Track Team 2, 35 .Soccer Team 45 J. J. J. 35 Craftsman Club 2g gg Interclass Athletics 2, 3. 13013 is not egotistical nor self-centered. He is genuinely interested in his classmates and friends, and he possesses a keen appreciation of the finer things. CHARLOTTE ASRAEL 4132 Norfolk Avenue Art Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Music Appreciation Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2. HARLOTTE loves her sticky-apples, and she loves her work equally well. Her sense of humor is ever prevalent and it makes her a real pal. VIRGINIA PRINCE AVERY 3703 Forest Park Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Opportunity Club 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Secretary Club 45 Interclass Athletics 25 Chemistry Club 4. IRGINIA is perfectly gowned, perfectly groomed, and possesses a very real beauty which measures up to the exacting standards set by Forest Parkers. All the charm of a pretty, unaffected girl is hers. ROBERT BACHELER 4708 ,Hudson Avenue pf Inter Class Athletics 2, 35 J. J. J. 4. OBERT,S most outstanding characteristics is his tactfulness. This boy is a real diplomat, and he appreciates the feelings of others. LUCILLE BACHRACI-I 4002 Maine Avenue Glee Club 3, 45 Art Club 2, 35 J. J. J. 35 Interclass Athletics pr 3, 45 German Club 4. 1-JUCILLE is young and pretty without being silly, and she has an enchant- ing smile that is simply matchless. She's refreshingly different. DORIS BANDEL 3866 Bonner Road Art Club 25 Masquers 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 3, 45 Glee Club 2. LTHOUGH Doris has only been with us a little while, we have found her a charming companion. DAVID BARIS 4014 Norfolk Avenue B J. J. J. 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. AVID,S polished manners, smart appearance and conversational ability are remarkable indeed. He's the ideal dinner partner. LYDIA P. BAUERSFELD 3807 Sequoia Avenue Glce Club 2, 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 35 Masquers 45 Latin Club 25 Senior Play Committee 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Senior Play EHERIYS nothing commonplace about Lydiag she's completely individual! She's one pretty girl who has poise without pose. HENRY BECK Campfield Road D. S. A. Pledge 45 Boy's Leader's Club 3, 45 Interclass Athletics A- 2, 3, 45 Soccer 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Student Vice-President 4. il1ENRY's intelligence detects subterfuge. His sense of humor guards him against it. He has retained that simplicity which distinguishes men of achievement. WILLIAM A. BEERY 3203 Gwynns Falls Parkway Intcrclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Glcc Club 2, 3, 45 HERIZVER he is, William is always clever and amusing. He has a way of winding the most difficult teacher around his linger that is truly amaz- ing. His powers of persuasion ought to carry him far. ELSIE LOUISE BERRY 972 Franklintown Road 9 Glee Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. 1 LSIE has a nice wide rin which invites ou to en'o the 'oke too. If ou A g Y 1 Y 1 Y need help, Elsie will oblige. MARY ADELE BEGGS 3505 Springdale Avenue Latin Club 25 Glee Club 25 Interclass Athletics 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 J. J. J. 3, 45 Home Economics Club 3, 45 Junior Class Day Assembly Committee 3. AY what you will about Mary, but really when you know her, she is a very disarming and engaging person. The aura of diabolical sophistication and pertness seems to cling to her. X JANICE BEISEL 3402 Ingleside Avenue Latin Club 25 French Club 35 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Tennis 35 Interclass Athletics 35 J. J. J. 3. BID someone say "gentlemen prefer blondes?" Well, Janice is certainly an exception to that rule, but then Janice is an exception to all rules. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH BILLMYER 3005 Presbury Street Art Club 2, 3, opportunity Club 3, 4, In tefc lass Athletics 2. IRGINIA is one of the girls in our midst that has a delightful sunny smile, and can always be depended upon for a humorous remark. Besides the humorous aspect, Jinny is a friend at all times. SOPHIA E. BLACK 3811 Forest Park Avenue Art Club 2, 35 Music Appreciation Club 2g Interclass Athletics 2g Forester Staff, Commencement Chorus 4, Glee Club 2. OPHIA is liked by everyone-teachers as well as students. Her genial character and outstanding scholarship mark her as a true "Forest Parker". BETTY BLAIR 2800 Chelsea Terrace Latin Club 3, 4g Girl's Leader's Club 3, 4g Forester Statfg J. J. J. 33 Interclass Athletics 2, 3. ETTY BLAIR-ThCfC,S something slim and young, mysterious and en- chanting about Betty. And when We see her so chic and sure and well-in- hand, we agree that a chic person arouses you, a pretty person warns you, but when a girl is as fortunate as Betty on being both chic and pretty- you say a hallelujah, and the party begins. JACK BLAIR 2705 W. NORTH AVENUE V Track 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 3, 4, J. J. J. 3, 45 Junior Prom Com- mittee 3g Forester Staffg Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. HARMS to strike the sight and merit to win the heart"-aptly sums up the manifold appeal of our class sheik, Jack Blair. Aside from being the answer to any maiden's prayer, he is a good fellow. JANE MCCULLOH BOND 3104 Walbrook Avenue Glee Club 2, Latin Club 4, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Music nv Appreciation Club 3. JIANE is so quiet that not everyone finds out how pleasant and interesting she really is. And she has a brand of dry humor that is delightful. FRANK E. BOYD 4030 Cold Spring Lane of . Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2. IHRANK is very quiet and unobtrusive, but he stands out in our class as a good student and a smell fellow. THERESA BOYD 3814 Granada Avenue Glee Club 29 Masquers 25 Interclass Athletics 2. I HERESA is our red-headed siren. Between her gay laugh and her flaming hair we should be seeing a lot of her in the "Follies". GEORGE BRANDENBURG, JR. 4116 Garrison Avenue Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Craftsman Club 23 J. J. J. 3. EORGE has a most serious and earnest outlook on life. He allows nothing to disturb the smooth course of his existence, at least on the surface. He gives the best he can, and he is always himself. WILLIAM H. BRENT 4017 Bonner Road J. V. Basketball 2, 35 Ice-Hockey 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Inter- class Athletics 2, 33 Glee Club 33 Sub-Senior Treasurer. ILLIAM has distinguished himself mightily in class activities and on the famous ice-hockey team. He's one of the leaders of our class, and you couldn't wish anyone better for a friend. HELEN R. BRITTON 707 Linnard Street Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, 45 Girl's Leader's Club 3, 49 Secretary 43 D. S. A. Pledgeg Latin Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 J. J. J. 2, 3, 4g President Sec- retarial Club 4g Secretary Senior Class 4. HE,S friendly and generous and honest, she's one of the most talented girls in the class, and she has a voice that would thrill the most hardened cynic. Incidentally, her name is Helen Britton. DONALD S. BROWN 3102 Ferndale Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g French Club 3g Biology Club 25 Camera Club 4, Chemistry Club 4. BONALD is definitely intelligent as well as clever. As treasurer of his class he's been so successful in squeezing out the shekels that his class-mates predict a great future for him in big business. RICHARD OTIS BUCK 4514 Penhurst Avenue Chemistry Club 4, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3g 'EK J- J- I 4 ICHARD is one of those quiet boys who lend a hand when one is needed. May we add that this hand is a big help to anyone in a predicament. MERCER BUCKINGHAM 3107 Milford Avenue Track Team 2, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, Soccer Team 3, 43 As- sistant Manager Baseball Team 25 J. J. J. 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3. ERCER believes in first impressions which flash lightning-like through the mind. Many people ignore them-forget them entirely. You can bet your winter flannels that Mercer pays attention to them. He lives by his hunches. OLGA COMMARATA 1817 Ashburton Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 3g Art Club 2. LGA, with her mona lisa-like beauty is as refreshing as a mint julep on a hot day. She's one person who never grumbles about her troubles, for she doesn't believe in worrying. MILDRED CAPLAN 3225 Vickers Road Secty. of Masquers 43 Play Committee 4, J. J. J. 33 Chairman Art Committee Senior Class. ILDRED has all that it takes, plus brains. Her sense of humor and sparkling intelligence make her a very much sought-after person. ANNA FRANCES CHASE 3917 Woodbine Avenue Junior Prom Committee 35 J. J. J. 3g Art Club 2, 4, Four Square Club 39 Chemistry Club 4: Home Economics Club 4, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. NNA has a way of getting the things she wants. She merely decides that she "simply must have it", and looks at the world with such wide-open trusting eyes, that the world hasn't the heart to refuse her. - MARJORIE COHEN 3810 Belle Avenue Art Club 35 Masquers 2g Glee Club 3g Interclass Athletics 2. ARJORIE has the zest for living that makes for charm. She gives some- thing all herself, always, her personal interest, her personal warmth. FLORYNE COHN 4002 Boarman Avenue French Club 23 Latin Club 2, 3g Glee Club 25 Masquers 2, EH Interclass Athletics 2. LORYNE is always very pleasant and glad to help out a "friend in need". Consequently, she doesn't lack for friends. BLANCHE COLL 3612 Gwynn Oak Avenue J. J. J. 4g Tennis 45 Latin Club 43 Masquers 4g Senior Play Committee 4. ' o A truly clever and original girl we bow and extend our wish for future luck and fame. Blanche is vibrant, over-flowing with energy, and an artist to her fingertips. VIRGINIA CONLEY 3705 Calloway Avenue Latin Club 2g Four Square Club 3, 4g Open Forum Club 3g Glee Club 3, 45 J. J. J. 3, 4g Interclass Athletics 3, 4. lRGINIA,S unruffled and peaceful disposition is a real joy, and a host of warm friends will testify to her discretion as a confidante. HELEN CONNOLLY 3017 Walbrwk Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Junior Class Odicer 35 Latin Club 45 Opportunity Club 3, 45 Swimming Varsity 2. AT,S charm is as natural to her as breathing. She just can't help attract- ing people, and 'her popularity is rising like a tide. ELIZABETH BOWLING COOK 3412 Gwynns Falls Parkway Intercl-ass Athletics 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 J. J. J. 4. OOKIE,SU sincerity and common sense are refreshing, and she has the happy faculty of refusing to take herself or her work too seriously. EVELYN COOPER 4130 Norfolk Avenue 9 Art Club 2, 3g Glee Club 23 Interclass Athletics 2g Music Appreciation 2. 1 VY" is usually quiet and reserved, but watch out for her funny spot! It releases a giggle that one little expects. WILLIAM E. COPELAND 1902 Cedric Road Imefclass Athletics s, 4g J. J. J. 4, Chemistry Club 4. ILLIAM long ago proved himself God's gift to a laugh hungry class and his cocksure brand of merriment is as natural to him as in his wavy hair. He is a grand actor and a grand person. CHARLOTTE COPPAGE 3510 Fairview Avenue Chemistry Club 45 Four Square Club 3, 45 President 45 Glee Club 2. HARLOTTE, We salute you for being the grand person you are. This Coppage girl is the goods, all silk and a mile wideg the pure, unadulterated Lady McCoy. MARGARET JEAN CORT 5000 Norwood Avenue Hockey 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 3, 45 D. S. A. Pledged 45 Latin Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 German Club 35 Leader's Club 3, 45 President 4. OU can't walk off with all the honors, scholastic and otherwise, without being a person of rare intelligence and capability, and Peggy is just that. "She's got what it takes!" CORRIE CLARK CROOK 4010 Maine Ave. Art Club 3. omuxals wit and devil-may-care attitude are a sure cure for the blues. Her insinuating voice and sparkling eyes have established her as a heart- breaker among the so-called stronger sex. ELEANOR M. CRUIKSHANK 2209 Allendale Road Four Square Club 3, 45 Girls Leaders Club 45 J. J. J. 35 Av Home Economic Club 3, 4. 1 LEANOR is independent, self-reliant, and striking in her originality. When it comes to scholarship, Eleanor is unexcelled. ADA ELIZABETH DAVIES 2505 Roslyn Avenue Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Officer 35 Art Club 2, 35 Glee Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Secretary 4. . DA has all the requisites of a blonde personalityg she is attractive, sweet, and has the sunniest disposition imaginable. JAMES DAGUE 3521 Wabash Avenue Leader's Club 45 Golf Team 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Hockey 45 For- m ester Staif 45 Opportunity Club 45 Chess Club 35 Latin Club 3. IMMY just can't keep still. He's alert and full of a dynamic energy that gets things done for him. DOROTHY DAVIS 3905 Cold Spring Lane Art Club 2, 35 Basket Ball 2, 3. FTER four years, we have finally learned to distinguish Dorothy from her duplicate. RUTH DAVIS 3905 Cold Spring Lane D Art Club 2, 35 Class Athletics 2. MUTH will no longer be seen running down the corridor to save the table near the door in the Cafeteria. JANET DE WOLFF Croydon Road D. S. A. Pledge5 Forester StaH 45 Music Appreciation Club 35 President 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Hockeyg Tennis 25 Golf 25 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Girls Leader's g Club 3, 4. JIANET is amazingly frank, and she believes in things with a sincerity that is inspiring. Her interests are tied up in school life, and Forest Park has always come first with her. RUTH DILLOW 4303 Forest Park Avenue Masquers 3, 45 Four Square Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Open Forum Club 3, 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Prest. 2, 35 French Club 43 g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. jKUTH's shy diffident manner has not fooled us, for we know her for the sweet, loyal girl she is. Without her support many of our outstanding proj- ects would not have enjoyed the success they have. ESTHER DRAZEN 809 W. North Avenue ,Q Glee Club 35 Masquers 3. 1 STHER-another one of our silent partners-is willing at all times to help a friend out of a rut. We wish you success and happiness in the future years, Esther. LOIS DULIN 5501 Wesley Avenue J. J. J. 35 Opportunity Club 3, 45 Four Square Club 2, 3, 45 p Tennis 2 3' Interclass Athletics 2 3. Mols is fascinating in a quiet way that sort of steals upon you and catches you unawares. She's built up for herself a magnificent reputation. MILDRED DUNCAN ' 2313 Cerardale Road vouey Ball 3, Basket Ball 3, Tennis varsity 5, 4. AN MILDRED swing a wicked racket? The combination of her athletic ability and excellent scholarship has won her many friends at Forest Park. LOLA A. DU SHANE 1709 Hilton Street T Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Interclass Sports 2, 3, 4. 1-JOLA, quiet and unobtrusive, has cultivated the friendship of many. She is ever ready to do her share. CHARLES A. EARP 4206 Eldron Avenue Radio Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Boys Leaders Club 3, 45 Coaching 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Editor Press 45 Forester Staff 45 Senior Farewell Asso. Com. 4. HARLES is an excellent scholar and very much a leader at Forest Park. His activities are widespread and his interests seem to be many and varied. CHARLES EUKER 2901 Haverford Road Base Ball 35 Hockey 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3. I His stalwart young man has caused many a girl's heart to flutter when he played on the ice-hockey team. Nice boy, Charles. EVELYN FAGAN 3711 Hayward Ave. Art Club 2. 4 VELYN is the "IT" girl of the Commercial Department. Her hearty laugh, and good nature make her a very desirable friend. DORIS EVA FINK 3405 Springdale Avenue Art Club 2, 45 Four Square Club 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3- Latin Club 2. BORIS, with her sprightly ways and rippling laugh, occupies a place as one of the cutest girls in the class. Her mannerism will always remain dear to the hearts of her friends. DOROTHY FOREMAN 4112 Garrison Boulevard Art Club 2. EARK-HAIRED, gypsy-like, with an infectuous smile, is Dot. She's a hard worker and a true pal. DULANY FOSTER S 502 Groveland Avenue Foot Ball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 45 Basket Ball 33 Soccer 2g President Sub-Junior and Junior, Class 3, Boys Leaders Club 2, 3, 43 Sec't Leaders Club 3, 4g Forester Staff 45 Glee Club 3g J. J. J. 3, 4. ENSITIVE, extremely intelligent, and rather reserved, Dulaney is one of the most outstanding and most popular boys in the class. We can't think of any better Way to express our opinion of him than to say, merely, "he rates! MORTON FRANK 3903 Milford Avenue Opportunity Club 4g "B" Football 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ORTON is a good student, a clever arguer, and, we hear, something of an athlete. A11 of which proves what we've known all along, he's an all- around good fellow. MARGARET FRYMOYER 3505 Liberty Heights Avenue Art Club 2, 39 Glee Club 2, 35 Four Square Club 4, Chemistry Club 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, J. J. J. 3. ARGARET,S slow smile has caused more than one male heart to quicken, and her appealing manner has built up for her a host of loyal friends. BERNARD GAMSE 2811 Allendale Road Soccer 2, 3g Track 2, 3, 4, Boys Leaders Club 3, 45 French Club 23 Music Appreciation Club 2g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Forester Staff 4. AMSE is a most forth right and determined man with definite ideas and ambitions-and a concrete plan for achieving his goal. ALBERT GARDNER szzo Cuthbert Avenue President Biologfy Club 4g Art Club 3. UR "little Boyv, Albert fLegsj, is every inch a gentleman, a good stu- dent, and a fine sport. Good luck to you, Albert, for a bright future. GEORGE GARRETT 3606 W. Rogers Avenue Biology Club 2g Art Club 25 Class Athletics 2. EORGE present a quiet appearance, but looks are deceiving! He is not only a good sport and a jolly companion, but a real friend to all. WARD GEORGE 4802 Liberty Heights Avenue Track Team 23 In terc lass Athletics 2, 3, 4. HEN we think of Ward, we think of everything that goes to make up one swell person. Constructive brains, humor, judgment, and understand- ing of human nature are all to his credit. HELEN GIBSON 3906 W. Garrison Avenue Home Economics Club 2, 3. RE you looking for the "low down" on what's what? See Helen Gibson -she knows! She always knows! Her information is authentic, too. BRUCE GILLASPEY 3712 Hillsdale Road Operetta 2g Hockey Manager 3, 45 J. J. J. 35 Interclass Athletics is 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3. 'M RUCE has just the right degree of insouciance-he's breezy, debonair and carefree. With his air of careless unconcern and his casual sophistication, Bruce makes mince-meat of the hearts of the feminine sex. EVELYN GLASER 3319 Piedmont Avenue German Club 3, 45 French Club 39 J. J. J. 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Sect'y German Club 39 Latin Club 2. I HERE is something exotic about Evelyn's warm brunette beauty that is extremely intriguing. She's different, vivid, colorful. ESTHER GOLDBERG 3929 Bonner Road Class Basketball team, Volley Ball 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 43 as Art Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, J. J. J. 3. 1 STHER is invariably persevering, clear-headed, and steadfast. She's a person of many enthusiasms, but she never starts something without finish- ing it. RAYMOND GOLDEN 3411 Carlisle Avenue Interclass Sports 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Jubilee Orchestra 25 Band 2, 3. MAN of many moods, is Raymond. He has warmth and life, yet always something is held in reserve. PEARL GOLDSTEIN 3802 Glen Avenue Latin Club 25 French Club 3, 4, Sect'y 4g German Club 3, 4g Art Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. EARL has a beguiling gleam in her almond eyes that gives the key to a nature both fun-loving and flirtatious. She's simply full of zest and energy. BEVERLY GOODMAN 4122 Norfolk Avenue ,Q Op ererta 2, Glee Club 3, Art Club 35 Imerclass Athletics 4. M EVERLY is the type who stands out in a crowd, she has a dashing indi- viduality. She "wows" them at a dance, but she is all efficiency in the classroom. MARGARET A. GORMAN 2143 Mt. Holly Street Music Appreciation 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Volley Ball 23 Operetta 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ARGARET is a friendly sort of person, and she has a grand sense of fun. You know that you can count on her always. JACK L. GOSNELL 3900 Ayrdale Avenue "B" squad Football 4, Track 4. N ORCHID to Jack for his straight-forwardness, determination, and his refusal to be dominated by any faction. He's "regular" and completely unspoiled, and we want him to stay that way. HAROLD GRADY 3208 Carlisle Avenue 9 In terc lass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4. HAROLD is one of the strong, silent members of our class who are always willing to lend a hand to a needy person. Grady's friends will vouch for his loyalty and help to them. BEVERLY M. GREENE 4305 Groveland Avenue Masquers s, 4, H. E. Club 3, 4, J. J. J. 2, s, 4. REAT1-rE's there a person with soul so dead who has not held his breath in admiration of Miss Greene's dancing? Her fragile beauty and her frothy, delightful disposition are in perfect harmony with her twinkling toes. EMMA LOU GRIESEMER 3801 W. Belvedere Avenue p Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Broadcasts 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, Operetta 2. 4 MMA, with her quiet, ladylike manner, is indeed the Emily Post of our class, for she always knows what to do and when to do it. FLORENCE HAMBURGER 4021 Barrington Road Latin Club 23 Art Club 2, Open Forum Club 3, 45 Music gf Appreciation Club 2g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ig EING the very soul of industry, Florence finds nothing is too hard for her to do. She devotes her time to making a success of everything she does. KENNETH E. HAMLIN 3617 Spaulding Avenue Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4g Chem- istry Club 45 President 4, Opportunity Club 4, Boy's Leader's g Club 43 Vice-President Senior Class, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ENNETH has risen steadily in the past several years from office to office, and has helped immeasurably to put our class projects over. We like him for his friendliness, good humor, and his likeable grin. WALTER C. HAMMOND 4104 Ridgewood Avenue B Squad Soccer 23 junior Prom Committee 39 Interclass 0 Athletics 2, 3, 4. ow this boy can keep his thoughts to himself! He has tact, and knows how to handle people, but he's so quiet about it that he'll never be known for the good politician he really is. 1 Camera Club 3, 45 President 35 Art Club 35 Oflicer 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Orchestra 45 Opportunity Club 45 Forester Staffg Open g Forum Club Secretary 45 President 45 Boy's Leader's Club 4. 1-'JAWRENCE is one of the busiest people we know, and with it all he's in- variably pleasant and amiable. He could afford to turn his camera inward on himself and be pleased at what he finds there, because he's a "great guy!" CATHERINE I-IANNA 4001 Belle Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 35 Opportunity Club 3, 45 List of Merit 2. ATHERINE is ash-blonde, with a fatal loveliness that makes her a menace with the male members of the Class. But, believe it or not, she's popular with girls, too! DORIS VIRGINIA HANSELL 4010 Bateman Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Art Club 45 Operetta 2. BORIS has wisely followed the advice of the sage who said, "Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever." Her cameo features, soft blonde hair, and sweet face typify a nature endearing and lovable. WILLIAM HARE 2801 Rayner Avenue Latin Club 25 Art Club 35 Masquers 2, 3, 45 City College Chorus 45 French Club 3, 4. YMPATHETIC, wistfully anxious to please, proud as a child when he has done well, a great dramatic talent-these are all part of the "Billy" Hare, we have watched rise from the ranks of the seventh grade to one of the most gifted members of the senior class. HERBERT HARMATZ S 729 Clover Road Ethical Club 35 Boy's Leader's Club5 Soccer 3, 45 J. J. 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Manager Basketball Team 45 Track Team 3, 45 Art Club 2, 35 French Club 3, 4. PLEASANTER or more agreeable classmate than Herbert can not be found. He seems to be in a perpetual state of good humor and friends swarm to him like bees. CARSTEN HARMS 3610 Keene Avenue S occer 45 Interclass Athletics 3, 4. LLOW us to present our orchid to Mr. Harms for his excellent work on our soccer team. He is a new boy in the school, and we think his support of our team should be high commended. MARGARET L. HARRIS 4102 Fernhill Avenue Latin Club 25 Art Club 25 Home Economics Club 3, 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Chemistry Club 4. ARGARET can be as daringly decorative at a dance as a cinema siren but she really is, one of the frankest, most genuine, and humorous young ladies in the class. PRESTON I-IAYNES 2606 Garrison Avenue Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Officer 4g Football 3, 45 Ethical Club 3g J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3g Interclass Athletics 2, 3. I HERE are two people in Preston, the one is the flip wise-cracker, the other is the hidden artist and lover of beautiful things. EDWARD HERWIG S 210 Norwood Avenue 9 Commencement Chorus 4. HERE,S a born business man if there ever was one. I-Ie'll probably be a wiz at business, and he knows the value of money right down to the last hair of the buffalo on a nickel. VIRGINIA HESTER 3212 Milford Avenue Four Square Club 2, 3, 43 Officer 2, 3, 4g Home Economics Club 3, 4g J. J. J. 3g Art Club 2. HEN a girl can be this animated before a "still" camera, what couldn't she do before a movie camera? And can this girl act! We predict that Virginia is going to go places and do thingslu CHARLES I-IOBBS 3830 Sequoia Avenue Art Club 4g Stamp Club 4g Interclass Athletics 4. HARLESJS remarks sotto voice send the class into hysterics. He's a very handy man to have around at a party. EMMA HOFFMAN 4016 Penhurst Avenue Masquers 2, 3, J. J. J. 2, 3g Basketball 45 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Four Square Club 3, 4. UFFU furnishes plenty of humor and wit for the class. Her stay at Forest Park has enabled her to make many friends. SHIRLEY HOLLINS 4503 Liberty Heights Avenue Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 33 French Club 3g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3, Hockey. HIRLEY is attractive, and one of the nicest people we know. She says what she thinks, for which trait she has our profound admiration. SIDNEY HORWITZ 2243 Eutaw Place J. J. J. 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 35 Ass't Manager Track 3, Art Club 2, 3. IDNEY has the powerful shoulders of a northwoods lumberman, yet his smile is an invigorating as a small boys'. His all embracing confidence in achievement is the reason why he's such a popular member of our class. GILMORE HUGHES 3712 Ferndale Avenue "B" Squad Football 2, "A" Team 35 Track 2, 3, Latin Club 23 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. EJRE afraid that as treasurer of his homeroom class, Gilmore's duties have lingered on him rather heavily, but they don,t seem to have dented greatly his joy in living. WILLIAM B. HUGHES 5214 Norwood Avenue Boy's Chorus 4, Interclass Athletics 3, 4. ILLIAM hides himself behind scenes, yet we all know that in his unassum- ing way he has aided the class in a variety of ways. EDNA HYDE 2923 Clifton Avenue Hockey 3, 4, Basket Ball 4g Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Interclass 9 Athletics 2, 3, 4. 4 ,I DDIE is one of those girls who excels in athletics as well as her studies. She is very resourceful and one of our best scholars. NAOMA HYMAN 3928 Dalrymple Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g French Club 3, 45 Art Club 2g AOMI,S poise and dignity have long been envied by less fortunate mem- bers of the class. Her habitual nonchalance has a soothing effect on our nerves, frayed by the toil of school work. THELMA HYMAN 3928 Dalrymple Avenue Art Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. I HELMA is sensible enough not to take life too seriously. And she's so vital that she makes her interests your interests. IDA JACOBSON 2309 Chelsea Terrace Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Music Appreciation Club 35 Art gf Club 35 Basket Ball 2, 3, 4. jjDA is always on the spot and ready to offer her services. She has the uinfo' l' and is willing to supply it, if necessary. NVILLIAM JENNISON 3036 Pressman Street S occer Team 2, 35 Ethical Club 3, 4. IRLS sigh-babies forget to cry-here comes "Tick"-the sheik of the Commercial group. FLORENCE JONES 4104 Fernhill Avenue Sec. Junior Class 35 J. J. J. 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 45 Girl's Leader's Club 3, 45 Junior Prom Committeeg Open Forum Club. I HE vital people are the ones who intrigue. She does things-she carries you along on her enthusiasm, her buoyancy and when she concentrates that tremendous energetic force on any set purpose-zip-she accomplishes it. PAUL B. JONES, JR. 2611 Royal Oak Avenue Latin Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 9 45 Ice-Hockey 3, 4. Q15 charm is as natural as breathing, and his irresistible grin has Won a per- manent niche is our hearts. BARBARA L. KAHN 2838 Clifton Avenue Basket Ball 2, 3, 45 Hockey 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 2, 35 Girl's Leader's Club 3, 45 Secretary 45 Senior Inaugural Assembly 45 is J. J. J. 35 Tennis 2, 35 Swimming 25 Forester Staff 4 !HARBARA,S chief charm lies in the fact that she's so completely natural and sincereg she couldn't pose if she tried. Everything she does she does well, and there seems to be no limit to her activities. Shels a grand person. EILEEN KANE 3707 Yosemite Avenue J. J. J. 3g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Opportunity Club 4. CLEAR-EYED, Junoesque blonde with enviable, erect posture, Eileen has created for herself a beauty of distinction and individuality. ELIZABETH L. KANE 3707 Yosemite Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g J. J. J. 35 Home Economics Club 9 3, 4g Secretary 45 Opportunity Club 45 Forester Staff 4. gratis one set of twins who divide their charms equally. "Bitsy" is quite as lovely as her sister. She's alive, interested, and vivacious. BERNEY KATZENBERG 2403 Rogers Avenue is Ice Hockey 35 Latin Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. 13 ERNEY has a gay smile and a light-hearted manner all his own. To know him is to like him. Were all for you, Berney. H ANNA KAUFFMAN 3809 Penhurst Ave. Four Square Club 4g H. E. Club 45 lnterclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. I HE tremendous amount of energy that Anna puts into everything she does, has given rigorous life to every project she has worked on. And she's a grand gal, too. JAMES KENNY 5 7 05 Gist Avenue French Club 35 Latin Club 35 Intcrclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Q Camera Club 35 J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 Art Club 3, 4. BFS friendly and generousg he's happy and even tempered with a dis- tinctly individual laugh which explodes joyfully and spontaneously. MARGARET L. KENT 4909 Cordelia Avenue German Club 35 Girl's Leader's Club 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ARGARET is simple and natural but when she thinks she is being imposed upon-look out for fireworks. LILLIAN KIRSON 1830 W. North Avenue gr Art Club 2, 35 Interclass Athletics 2. HILLIAN is always caught with a far away gleam in her eyes. Dreaming of heroes, Lil? RUTH KLEIMAN Y 300 E. 21st Street Art Club 25 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 29 Masquers 3, 43 g Chemistry Club 4g Senior Play Committee 4. Qi UTH feels her title of "beefer" is undeserved, and so do we, Ruth. She is as happy and spontaneous as she can be, and a joy to have around during dull periods. PHILIP KLEIN 4102 Rollins Avenue Boy's Opportunity Club 4g Boy's Leader's Club 4g Open Forum Club 4g Chess Club 3, 49 President 4g Latin Club 45 Forester 9 Staff 45 J. J. J. 3g Coaching 4. HERE is a young man who is a great arguer. Philip always has some salient point to add to a class discussion, and his ideas are invariably constructive. LILLIAN KLITENIC 3927 Belle Avenue up Art Club 2. ll L-KAYH makes many a dull period bright. She is a good mixer and a diligent worker. Her smile displays pearl-like teeth and her dancing eyes betray her when she is amused. MURIEL KNAPP 3110 Garrison Avenue Interclass Athletics 2g Honor Roll 2, 3. ENTLEMEN, they say, prefer blondes. A glance at Muriel tells us why. Clever and rating 100 per cent in her studies, she's the ideal secretary. STANLEY R. KRAMER 3716 Chesholm Road Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Coaching 43 Chemistry Club 4. TANLEY may be quiet, but he gets things done! He has always been an outstanding student, and he has made himself a circle of warm friends in his various activities. ELINOR KRATZ 4302 Springdale Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Music Appreciation Club 2, 3g Girl's Leacler's Club 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. E WISH to extend our congratulations to one of the sweetest members of the class of '34, for her ever charming disposition. We sometimes wonder if Elinor is ever disturbed by anything, for she is always calm, pleasant, and agreeable. EDGAR J. KREIGER 4019 Bonner Road Boy's Leader Club 3, 4, Basket Ball Team 2, 3, 49 Interclass pf Athletics 2, 3, 4, A. A. President 45 Opportunity Club 2. 4 DDIE,S inexpressibly funny remarks and expressions have delighted us, ever since we've known him. He's a friendly sort of chap, full of the joy of living. FLORENCE KROLL 4101 Springdale Avenue Art Club 2, 3, Masquers 2, 3, 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g 9 Latin Club 2, 35 J. J. J. 2, 3, Chemistry Club 4. .QHLORENCE has distinguished herself in the "Masquers" as a capable and accomplished actress. She's clever in many other lines too, and we know her for a very nice person. THELMA LAMBDIN 3504 Plateau Avenue Art Club 2, 3, Class Odiccr 2, Interclass Athletics 2. I HELMA certainly puts into effect the popular belief that stout people are good-natured. Her most-welcome smile and assistance have proved invalu- able to her many friends. J. STEWART LANDBECK 3514 Menlo Drive Track 2, 3, 4. NOTHER blonde menace! With his light hair and attractive, sun-tanned face, Stewart has won all our hearts-especially those of the girls. But seri- ously, he's a swell fellow. MORRIS LANSBURGH Greenspring and Rogers Ave. German Club 2, 35 Opportunity Club 3, Leader's Club 3, 45 Assistant Manager Foot Ball 2, J. J. J. 3g Vice President Open 9 Forum Club 4. iHERE's our super-super high pressure salesman. Morris could sell you any- thing, and he's certainly sold himself to us. We like him for what he is- a prince of good fellows. ALMA GERALDINE LANTZ 2218 Poplar Grove Street Glee Club 2, 35 Chemistry Club 45 Operetta 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. UIET, gracious, and sweet, Alma has a merry side to her nature that you might not discover at once. But to her friends she shows the true wealth of her glowing personality. DOROTHY LASATER 3946 Dolefield Avenue Latin Club 25 Art Club 25 Masquers 45 Four Square 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3. E personally nominate Dorothy as having the most infectious giggle in the class. Her witty remarks have upset more than one classroom, and her store of personal gossip never seems to run dry. JEANNE MARIE LAWSHE, 2915 Baker Street Latin Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 French Club 3, 45 Leaders Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Art Club 2, 35 Masquers 45 9 Secretary Club 45 J. J. J. 3. JIEAN has a way of accomplishing the impossible that is positively unbe- lievable. Attractive, beautifully dressed, poised and dignified, Jean has all the qualities that make for real success. JOSEPH LEASE 2607 N. Hilton Street Ethical Club 25 Opportunity Club 2, 35 J. J. J. 35 Football 2, 3, 4: up Base Ball 2, 3, 45 Intcrclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ill OEU CYUSSELJ LEASE is known for his kind heart, good humor, and liberal supply of chewing gum. His willingness to lend a hand has won him many friends at Forest Park. i JOHN WALTER LEE 4118 Belle Avenue ' Opportunity Club 35 Radio Club 45 Soccer 2, 35 Track 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. N,T let Walter's cherubic appearance and mop of curly hair delude you. There's more maturity of thought under it than supports many a bald head. Walter has many friends, too. WILLIAM HARRY LEGG 3812 Hillendale Road 9 Ethical Club 2, 35 In terc lass Athletics 2, 3. MARRY, with his twisted grin and never ending wise-cracks is one of the most loyal and steadfast friends we have. He has a heart as big as all outdoors. ANN LEHMAN 4167 Dalrymple Avenue Art Club 23 Interclass Athletics 2, 3. 00D things come in small packages. Although little, Ann is full of fun and has unsuspected deposits of knowledge. BENJAMIN LEVIN 2916 Chelsea Terrace Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. N,T let Benjamin's sleepy and slightly bewildered air fool you. He's one of the shrewdest members of our class, and we predict that he will have great success in business. LENORE LEVIN 3407 Powhatan Avenue French Club 23 Masquers 2, 3g Halloween Assembly 23 J. J. J. Q 33 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. EENORE has a dominant, forceful personality and a way of accomplishing an amazing amount of work in an unbelievably short time. JOSEPH LESSANS 4108 Dalrymple Avenue Latin Club 2g Opportunity Club 43 Camera Club 3, 43 Radio Club 4g Glee Club 3, 43 Track 3, 43 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. LITTLE person with big ideas, Joe delights in ignorance of the fact that "Silence is Golden". MARY LINKER 3037 W. North Avenue Masquers 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Four Square 33 J. J. J. 2, 33 Interclass Athletics 3, 4. HEN Irish eyes are smilingi' - they are Mary's light, blue eyes that you see. She's witty and full of pep. DORSEY E. LOANE 3612 Ferndale Avenue Glee Club 3, 4g J. J. J. 33 Craftsman Club 23 Interclass p Athletics 4. MOANE knows how to juggle figures, to play with test tubes, to coordinate, and to systematize. With a mind like his, he can tackle anything. I GERTRUDE MAUDE LORENZ 2910 Belmont Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, Latin Club 33 Art Club 2, Chemistry Club 45 Operetta 2g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. s A personality, Gertrude has charm and wit. Although she has the rep- utation of being both shy and reserved, those who know her will say that she is a witty talker and at her best as a raconteur. CHARLES MAIER 3316 Shellburne Avenue .- orchestra 2, 3, 4, J. J. J. orchestra 4, Base Ball 2. we IS entirely without conceit, and he has the most glorious sense of fun it has ever been our good luck to encounter. We will always remember him as a debonair, charming fellow, who was a grand musician. WILLIAM MARCHANT 2127 Dukeland Street Ethical Club Officer 3, 43 Foot Ball 3, 4, Winner of Interclass Track Cup 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. E POINT with pride to this upstanding young man. Quizzical humor, an outstanding voice, and rare intelligence,-these are his extraordinary gifts. WILBUR O. MARCUS 4103 Maine Ave. Chemistry Club 4, President 45 Radio Club Officer 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ILBUR has an amused and friendly glint in his eyes that attract you to him instantly, and you don't go wrong in making him your friend. He is quite athletic, but he's no mean student either. CATHARINE MARTIN 2317 Longwood St. In Opportunity Club 3, 49 Glee Club 3, Interclass Athletics 2, 4. jlc1TTY" is one of our best-loved girls. Always a smile, a good humor, good scholarship , and a fine athlete. HELEN MAYERS 2549 W. North Ave. it Volley Ball 25 Basket Ball 2, 3g Golf 3. MELEN, who is a hard, determined worker, will some day be the blessing of an executive. Her ability to work well with others is truly an asset. KATHLEEN Mc COLLUM 2301 Monticello Road Masquers 4, J. J. J. 3, 4, Manager Tennis Team 4. ERE is the typical, modern American girl. Good-looking, capable, and just a trifle brittle on the surface. In fact, when you first meet her you get the impression that she knows everything and is slightly bored by it all. DORIS MCCONNELL 4028 Hayward Avenue WEET, unsophisticated and docile is Doris. Her sparkling eyes give her away, however, and we know she is full of vitality and a jolly companion. CHARLES MCCORMICK 3402 cednfdele Road Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Coaching Class 4. HARLES is another gentleman who lives by his wits,-scholastically speak- ing. If he doesn't know the answer during recitation you'd never guess it for he improvises in a way that is quite astounding. MARY ADELIENE MCGLOTHLIN 2906 Allendale Road Senior Play 4, snnieesn enee Assembly 4. E,LL bet dollars to doughnuts that this young lady is a heart breaker in and out of school. With her doll-like prettiness and her sunny tempera- ment, what mere male could resist her? WILLIAM E. MEDFORD A 4028 Rogers Avenue Latin Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Masquers 45 Officer Sub Senior Class Forester Staff 45 Senior Play Committee 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Press Staff5 Senior Play 4. ILLIAM can be hilariously funny when he wants to fand that's most of the timej , but he takes some things very seriously. Once he sets his heart on something, he usually works till he gets it. WILLIAM MEDINGER 3303 Walbrook Avenue Chemistry Club 45 Operetta 25 Ring Committee 45 Senior Play Committee 45 J. J. J. 2, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Senior Playg Masquers 45 Forester Staff 4. ILLIAM,S jaunty air and self-assured attitude long ago stamped him as the gay lothario of the class. And how that boy can turn a compliment! FRED MEISER S106 Liberty Heights Avenue Ethical Club 3g Class Officer 23 J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 "B" Squad gf Soccer 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. jHRITZ,S leisurely stroll and carefree manner typify his whole attitude toward life. We hear, however, that he's anything but leisurely when it comes to working on school teams. MILDRED MELAMET 2279 Reisterstown Road Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Leaders Club 3, 4g Masqucrs 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ILDRED has an individual manner of speaking and her personality is charming. And to those persons who have been fortunate enough to be in her class, we need not tell of her excellent scholastic work. VIRGINIA MERRITT 4013 Hayward Avenue Art Club 4, Basket Ball 3. N ordinary smile from someone makes the day bright-a smile from Virginia makes the day many times brighter. The corners of her brown eyes crinkle in merriment and she's loads of fun. MARY ELIZABETH MILLER 4402 Maine Avenue Latin Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Opportunity Club 3, 45 Leaders Club 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Hockey 3, 45 at Basket Ball 4. UFFYU is possessed of all the sterling qualities-a brilliant student, a fine athlete, a good sport and a loyal friend, she's one of the most versatile people we know. GEDDES MILLER 3343 Piedmont Avenue Foot Ball 2, 3, 4, Soccer 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 43 Interclass Class Champions 3, Class Officer 4g Chess Club 4, J. J. J. 2, 3, 4g Boy's Leaders Club 4g Ethical Club 3, 4. ou can't keep a good man down. Geddes has taken some hard knocks on the renowned football team, but he always comes back for more. MAX MILLER 331 1 Menlo Drive Track Team 3, Opportunity Club 3, 4, J. J. J. 3, 4g Intcrclass Track Champions 3, Baseball Manager 4g Boy's Leader Club 4, Senior Play 4. OTHING escapes Max's sharp eyes. He's always on the alert for some- thing amusing, and he tells it in his own inimitable style. MARJORIE SLOANE MILLS 2200 Garrison Boulevard Four Square Club 4. ARJORIE,S naive, demure, and ingenuous manner is quite entrancing. She has the glamour of youth and verse. FRANCES BROOKS MITCHELL 2111 Chelsea Terrace Art Club 2, 3, 45 Music Appreciation Club 2, 35 Girl's Leaders Club 3, 45 Hockey 25 Sub-Senior Officer 45 Interclass nv Athletics 2. iHERE,S a book-worm who does things! Frankie's been an officer of one kind or another in our class ever since we can remember. It's due partly to the fact that she possesses one of the swellest personalities of any girl we know. ROSS MITCHELL 2111 Chelsea Terrace Latin Club 25 Senate 39 D. S. A. Committee 35 J. J. J. 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. LWAYS an intelligent conversationalist, Ross is, at times, a bit witty. He is planning to join the navy, where he'll have his chance to be a good or a bad sailor, but one thing is certain-he'll never be an indifferent one,-he's too charming. CYRIL MOGAL S505 Liberty Heights Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 35 Ring Committee 35 Art Club 25 Operetta 25 Glee Clu-b 3. UIET, dignified, very competent, an earnest worker, and a fine sport is the make-up of Cyril. MAE MOORE 2709 Chelsea Terrace Art Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 45 Open Forum Club 35 Mas- quers 2, 35 Opportunity Club 45 Forester Staff. HE,S Irish and red-headed. She wears ultra-ultra clothes, she's unusually attractive, and she's always poised. Always ready with a good wise crack, she's as quick and to the point as her name-Mae Moore. AUDREY MUELLER 3704 Copley Road Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Masquers 3, 45 Operetta 25 Interclass Athletics 2. UDREY is one of the brightest, most optimistic members of our class. Her belief in things and people is truly admirable. May she always keep her illusions. VIRGINIA MURRAY 3208 Milford Avenue Masqum 4, Four Square Club 4. LTHOUGH Virginia has only been at Forest Park a comparatively short time, she's well-known and well-liked for her attractive voice and sweet manner. GEORGE NAUSS 5315 Fernpark Avenue Orchestra 3, 45 Track Team 3, 45 j. J. J. 45 Press Staff 25 Libraryg Art Club 25 Interclass Athletics 4. EoRGE's good looks, excellent taste in clothes, and his indifferent air have completely intrigued the fair members of our class. More power to you, George! JACK NAYLOR S101 Gwynn Oak Avenue ,Q Tennis, Interclass Athletics Q'uAcKE,s intelligence is a real thing,-the manifestation of an alert, open mind. He has a keenness of thought that goes straight to the essentials. WILLIAM R. NICKEY 3812 Fernhill Avenue Chemistry Club 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 J. J. j. 35 Coaching 4. ILLIAM is ambitious, determined, and serious, and we expect these quali- ties to carve out a great future for him. He is a friendly person, and we like his pleasant manner. NEVIN NIEDENTOHL 3819 Carlisle Avenue German Club 35 Radio Club 45 Glee Club 35 Interclass p Athletics 3, 4. MITTLE, but oh my! Nevin is one of the most purposeful young men we know of. His earnest desire to get ahead has won our greatest admiration. LENORE PAYMER 3506 Powhatan Avenue Art Club 2, 35 Masquers 35 Latin Club 2, 35 French Club 45 9 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. MENORE is one of those vital people, who just seem to be born ambitious. She is so enthusiastic about everything that she inspires all those around her. OLNEY PAYNE 4016 Bateman Avenue Latin Club 23 J. J. J. 35 Coaching 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. LNEY is quite a versatile person. He is extremely talented artistically, but unfortunately he is so modest that We don't see his "works of art" very often. He has an unusually excellent scholastic record, too. STANCHFIELD PAYNE 4016 Bateman Avenue Boyls Leaders Club 3, 4g Orchestra 3, 45 Interclass Athletics, 2. 3, 4. HY, aloof, and introspective, Stanchfield has long commanded our re- spect and friendship. He is a true friend in need. SYLVIA PELTZ 2904 Loudan Avenue Hockey 45 Capt. of Championship Basket Ball Team 2, 3g Vol- ley Ball 2, 3, 4g Tennis 2, 33 J. J. J. 35 Glee Club 2, 3, Open Forum Club 3. . P. in this case stands for "snappy personality". This is our Sylvia- full of fun and pep-a good student and an "A-1" athlete. EVA PHOEBUS 2704 Baker Street Leaders Club 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-President 33 French Club 4, President 4g J. J. J. 4, Art Club 2g Senior Inaugural Assembly Committee 4. 1-iE's young, she's sweet, she's sensible. Eva is the kind of girl most mothers would like their sons to marry, and we've noticed that a good many of the sons feel the same way about it! OSCAR PFEIFFER 2701 Queen Anne Road Track Team 2, 45 Senior Inaugural Committee 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 Class Oificer 4. SCAR has the distinction of being the only platinum blonde in the male ranks, and it's natural too. Besides being "cutest boy," he possessed a really fine intellect. SHEBA B. POTTS 3500 Bancroft Road Art Club 2, 35 Latin Club 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 2, Interclass Athletics 2, 3. OU,LL look high and wide before you find a more attractive personality than Sheba's. Besides being an extremely good looking girl, she possesses a positively amazing cleverness. WILLIAM POWELL 3819 Cold Spring Lane p J. J. J. 35 Senior Class Play 2. iHE,S wise, amused, and we fear slightly cynical. But behind his air of indifference we recognize a Warm heart, and we like him for it. JUNE PRICE S19 Overdale Road Opportunity Club 3, 45 Music Appreciation Club 35 Glee Club gf 2, 3, 45 Glee Club Activities 2, 3, 45 3. ill UNE is essentially the modern. Sophistication is the keynote of her char- acter. She has very decided news on everything but she is broadminded enough to see the other person's point of View. J. WARNER PYLES, JR. 3500 Dolefield Avenue Boy's Opportunity Club 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Vice-President Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball Team 2, 3, 45 Boy's Leaders Club 45 German Club 35 Coaching Squadg J. J. J. 3, 4. ARNER is very interested in athletics, and we hear his golf score is as admirable as his singing. Good for you, Warner! ISABELL QUARLES 4040 Hayward Avenue Opportunity Club 35 Girl's Leaders Club, Treasurer 45 "B" Team Basket Ball 3, 45 Open Forum Club 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Interclass Athletics 45 Operetta 2. HEJS a very fine person, Isabell, with her delectable appearance, her re- markable wit, her naturalness, and her great, understanding heart. CHURCHILL RAIBER S 206 Beaufort Avenue Forester Staff 45 Senior Inaugural Assembly 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Art Club 2, 35 Masquers 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Inter- class Athletics 2, 3, 4. GIRL of many talents, with a good deal of useful ego in her make-up, intellectually honest if there ever was such a person, forthright and anxious to please-that's Churchill. JANE CHARLOTTE RAMSEN 4704 Springdale Avenue Art Club5 Latin Club5 Four Square Olub 2, 3, 45 Golf 25 Av Swimming 25 Volley Ball 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. JANE is a little girl with a great big heart. She's cute, she's funny, and she's won our hearts completely. ROBERT B. REED A 3409 Duvall Avenue Open Forum 3, 45 President 45 Leaders Club 45 Treasurer 45 Camera Club 45 Chemistry Club 45 Track Team 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. it 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ROBERT has a very good mind and an unusual personality as well. He is the type of person who always has something interesting to say, and he says it with a humor and Wit that are delightful. VERA E. REIS 4037 Fairfax Road Operetta 35 Art Club 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Four Square Club 45 J. J. J. 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ERA has a great deal of will power and determination, clear insight, and a very sane view of life. Besides which, she has the warmest of hearts. ARTHUR RICHARDSON 3400 Windsor Avenue RTHUR hasn,t any illusions of success. He knows that work takes you farther than luck. He has a definite end in view, a clear eye on the road ahead, and he is the type of boy who ultimately gets what he goes after. ANNE KATHRYN RICHTER 5503 Winnoka Avenue Art Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Operetta 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, J. J. J. 2. HEN one hears a rippling, catching laugh in the room, Anna is near. You find yourself liking her on sight. GEORGE ROBINSON 4000 Dalrymple Avenue Track 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 45 German Club 45 Latin Club 25 Opportunity Club 45 Press 2, 45 Commencement Chorus 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. EORGE, with his dimples fthe angels kissed him twicelj and his likeable grin, is one of the best fellows in the class. He is interested in all class activities. VIRGINIA ROBINSON 4405 Belview Avenue Four Square Club 45 Art Club 25 Swimming 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. E certainly envy Va. for her assurance and poise under the most trying conditions, and her sense of humor is as keen and bright as the blade of a knife. MARGARET RODGERS 3712 Mohawk Avenue Masqum 4g Tennis 5, J. J. J. 4, shakesp eare Assembly 4. E,RE still marveling at the witty, sparkling comedy Margaret wrote for this year's "Jubilee', in collaboration with Blanche Coll. But that's because "Micky" herself is witty and sparkling. - NITA ROGERS 3702 Mohawk Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Masquers 2, 3, 45 Varsity Vol- ley Ball 25 J. J. J. 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. BASH, that's what the young lady has, and her amazing generosity has made her dear to the hearts of her friends. OLIVIA LEE ROGERS 4605 Maine Avenue Art Club 2, 3, 45 Four Square Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 45 J. J. J. 45 Interclass Athletics 4. HEN smarter clothes are being worn, Olivia will wear them. She has more style than any ten girls, and when Olivia sets her hat at a jaunty angle, you can hear male's hearts cracking all around you. ORMA ROLLINGS 5 219 Linden Heights Avenue Art Club 2, 3, 45 Basket Ball 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 35 Tennis 2, 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. LTHOUGH she always appears to be so serious, Orma has quite a lively spirit which has endeared her to her classmates. JULIUS ROSEN 3919 Bonner Road Latin Club 25 Foot Ball 3, 45 Track 35 Basket Ball 45 45 9 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. JIULIUSJS stock of wise-cracks never seems to be quite exhausted and we hope that thereill never be a time when Julius cannot spring a snappy comeback. JERRY ROSENBERG 3905 Norfolk Avenue n Stamp Club 25 J. J. J. 45 German Club 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. JERRY is always on the job when he's needed, and we find ourselves rely- ing on him more and more when we want something well done. MIRIAM ROSENBLUM 3 603 Fairview Avenue French Club 25 Masquers 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Latin Club 25 Senior Play Committee 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. IRIAM is a born leader. She fairly bristles with a militant air and her friends are perfectly willing to be led by her dominant personality. JESSIE CROWDER ROWLENSON 4809 Liberty Heights Ave. Art Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. I HERE's never a dull moment when Jessie's around! She's so good na- tured that it's a tonic just to be with her. MILDRED RUBIN 3708 Glen Avenue Latin Club 25 French Club 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Secretary 35 German Club 3, 45 Art Club 25 Operetta 25 A. A. Rep. 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ILDRED is poised without being posed. She is always calm and reserved with a sincerity that is really amazing to the casual onlooker. ROYCE RUSSELL 3907 Dorchester Road Leaders Club 3, 45 D. S. A. 45 President Opportunity Club 45 Forester Staff 45 Track 25 Ice Hockey 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 3, 45 Foot Ball 3, 45 Interclass Track Champions 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 junior Tea Dance Committee 3. E point with pride to Royce for obtaining an appointment to the Naval Academy. We feel quite sure that wherever he is, Royce will always be a credit to Forest Park. FREDA SACKS 3001 Brighton Street CONSCIENTIOUS, diligent worker is our tiny Freda Sacks. She posesses a lively spirit and is an enjoyable companion, too. SYLVIA SALZMAN 3208 Baker Street Art Club 25 J. J. J. 35 Latin Club 3, 45 German Club Oihcer 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. YLVIA is smart, attractive, and always well dressed. She has curly black hair and mischievous eyes that are entirely enticing. CARRIE ELEANOR SANBORN 2767 W. North Avenue Art Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Inrerelass Athletics 2, 3, 4. G HERE,S an enchanting, little-girl quality about Eleanor that makes her a very lovable person. But there's nothing the least childish about her mind, which is a very good one indeed. DANIEL SANDLER 3818 Norfolk Avenue Craftsman Club 25 J. J. J. 45 lnterclass Track Champion Team 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3. 4. 4 ANIEL is healthy, vital and interesting. He's one of our star performers too, being possessed of a baritone voice that is really smooth. MILTON HERMAN FRANKLIN SAUL Alhambra Apts. Latin Club 2, 45 Boys A. A. 45 Secretary 45 Chess Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 35 Open Forum Club 35 Soccer 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Assistant Manager 35 Manager 45 J. J. J. 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ILTON is simply irrepressible. Once he has made up his mind to say or do something, no power on earth can stop him, fteachers are also includedlj EDWIN J. SCHAMEL 4009 Elderson Avenue Track Team 2, 3, 45 J. J. J. 3, 45 Senior Assembly 45 Arbor 0 Day Assembly 35 Interclass Track Championship 3. 1 DWIN is to Forest Park what Clark Gable is to Hollywood. He's much in demand with all the girls, but he keeps them guessing. MORTON SCHAPIRO 2305 Tioga Pkwy. Latin Club 25 J. J. J. 35 Class Officer 35 Camera Club 45 Ethical Club 45 Chemistry Club 45 Intex-class Athletics 2, 3, 4. NE of the things you find yourself liking about Morton is his resolute- ness. Come what may, Morton sticks to his guns, and that is a quality not often discovered among the dwellers of this everchanging world. BERTRAM H. SCHILLER 3205 Belmont Avenue J. J. J. 35 President Opportunity Club 45 Leaders Club 45 Vice-President Sub Junior Class 35 Vice-President Junior Class 35 D. S. A. Pledgeg Sub Senior Class President 45 Senior Class President 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 D. S. A. Committee g 3 45 Chemistry Club 4. ,illlfs got looks, youth, he's regularg and after knowing him, you know he has a grand sense of humor, too. GLORIA SCHREIBMAN S344 Reisterstown Road gg Glce Club 43 Art Club 4g J. J. J. 4. LOU appears to be one of the headlights of the class with a future that promises, we believe, big returns. BERNICE ISABELLE SELIGMAN 4031 Norfolk Avenue Opportunity Club 43 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Glec Club 43 J. J. J. 3, 43 Press 2, 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Club Editor Press 43 Girl's Leaders Club 4g Publicity is Committee Senior Play 4. M ERNICE is a girl with many hobbies, of which writing for the Press has brought her the most glory. She is an exceedingly helpful person, and is always ready to offer her services. We could scarcely get along without her. JACOB SELIS 3200 Vickers Road Tennis 2, 5, 4, Orch esrf 2 4, J. J. J. 2, 1. E really can't class Jack as a "nice boy"-he's got so much more to him in the way of grit and determination, than just ordinarily nice boys have. Hr doesn't beat around the bush about anything. LUCIA R. SERIO 4500 Garrison Avenue Senate 23 Latin Club 2, 4g French Club 2, 3, 43 President 3, 43 Music Appreciation Club 33 Chemistry Club 43 Girl's Leaders Club 3, 43 Vice-President 4g Director of Coaching 43 D. S. A. Pledge 43 J. J. J. 3g Forester Staff 4g Student Court 43 pf Scholarship Committee 4. m'UCIA,S amazing loyalty to her friends and her school has made us her staunchest admirers. She is an intensely vital and energetic person and full of fun and spirit. RICHARD SHACKELFORD 3100 Brightwood Avenue Track Team 2, 3, 43 Soccer 3, 43 Ethical Club 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. I AKE a good long look at an earnest young man, because you don't find one on every corner. Dick is quiet and thoughtful, an all-around good fellow. PHYLLIS SHAIVITZ 2400 Garrison Avenue French Club 2, 3, 43 Ofhccr 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 43 Music Ap- preciation Club 33 lnterclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 4s Opportunity Club 43 J. J. J. 3. HYLLIS is very lively and animated, and she makes the most unpleasant task seem fun when you do it with her. MARIANNE SHERMAN 3905 Fairfax Road Basketball 2, 3, 45 Hockey 2, 3, 4g Volley-ball 3, 4, Secre- tary Girls A. A.g Latin Club 2, German Club 35 Girl's Leaders Club 3, 4. i I HERE is only one Marrianne Sherman. She's an excellent student, a rec- ord-making athlete, a leader in club activities, and a completely attractive person. MARY JEAN SHEPPARD 2205 Mt. Holly Street Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Operetta 25 Radio Broadcast 2, 3. ARY is one of the most modest young ladies in the class. She is so very shy that many people never really get to know her for the sweet girl that she is. IRENE SHOR 3336 Piedmont Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 German Club 3, 43 French Club as 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2. JjRENE,S pouting prettiness has won her more admirers than we could possibly count. And no wonder, for her gay smile, pleasant disposition, and sympathetic dimples can't help but attract people to her. JOSEPH SHOUL S819 Ethelbert Avenue Biology Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 25 Coach under Leaders p Club 4g Senior Play Committee 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. 'glenn CHESTERFIELD lives in the form of Joe. He has won many friends during his stay at F. P. EDITH SINGER 5601 Narcissus Avenue Latin Club 25 Chemistry Club 4, Art Club 2, 35 J. J. J. 3, Interclass Athletics 2. AY and enchanting is Edith. There's witchery in her very eyes and mouth. Woe to the lad who received full battery from her twinkling eyes- he's lost, as sure as fate. BAYARD SMITH 3600 Copley Road Ass't Football Manager 25 J. J. J. 2, 35 Interclass Track Cham- i Q pions 35 Ethical Club 35 ig AYARD is eternally good-natured, and keeps everyone around him in good humor. You never know just what he'll do next. MARY SNEED 5607 Jonquil Avenue Interclass Athletics 2. I HE quiet, business-like attitude of Mary will prove a real asset to some firm in the future. MILDRED JANE SOLARZ 3602 Fairview Avenue Masquers 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 Operetta 2g French Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Committee 4. LLOW us to present a true judge of all that is smart and fashionable- namely-Mildred Solarz. Not one of us could hope to rival Mildred's excel- lent taste in clothes. JANET SOUTHWICK S002 Cordelia Avenue Art Club 2, 35 Interclass Athletics 23 Swimming 25 3. HE acts dumb and makes you like it. And believe me, folks that's a real accomplishment. But underneath that crop of curly hair you find one of the nicest girls you'll meet in a month of Sundays. META STARTT 3708 Fairview Avenue Chemistry Club 45 Four Square Club 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Latin Club 25 J. J. J. 3g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ETA,S prettiness and her sunny disposition carve a special niche in our hearts and her warmth sooths' and stimulates us in blue moments. JANET STEINBERGER 3413 Taney Road Latin Club 25 Art Club 25 Chemistry Club 45 Open Forum Club 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Varsity Golf 25 J. J. J. 3, 4. I HIS delectable little lady with her husky, warm voice has won for her- self a circle of close friends. And if you're not a Janet Steinberger booster you had better give yourself up. CAROLYN STERN 4000 Belview Avenue Art Club 25 German Club 35 Chemistry Club 45 Four Square if Club 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ITTLE, brown-eyed, with a mischievous expression, Carolyn is the kind of girl you spot instantly for someone you want to know. BERNADINE STOCKSDALE 2006 Forest Avenue Av Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. ig ERNADINE is a very modest person of whom one hears very little. She's a good athlete, a true friend, and liked by all. ELAINE STRASS 6211 Park Heights Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 35 Latin Club 25 rc 9 Glee Club 3, 4. AEIGGIEU is a dear! She possesses a charm all her own. She has one of the most agreeable dispositions in the class. VIVIENNE STREETT 3625 Oakmont Avenue Tennis 25 Interclass Athletics 25 Art Club 45 Music Appreciation Club 3. KC ICKIE,U with her fly-away curls and sparkling brown eyes, is vitality personified! Her contagious laugh is the sorrow of many teachers! THELMA HELEN STUBS 3003 Walbrook Avenue Art Club 45 Glee Club 25 Interclass Athletics 2, 3. U TUBBYU is a very quiet young lady, who speaks seldom, but means plenty when she does say something. "Lefty" will vouch for the authenticity of this. MORTON SUGAR 4407 Towanda Avenue Cheer Leader 3, 45 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 45 Opportunity Club 35 Leaders Club 45 D. S. A. Pledge 45 Senior Class Officer 45 Assistant Manager Track Team 3. OU couldn't believe so much energy and vitality could be packed into one person. Cheer-leader Morton has often kept up our sports and led us "on to victory!" CHARLES D. SVVARTZ 2601 Lyndhurst Avenue Boy's Leader Club 43 S ecre tary 45 Coaching Squad 4. E salute a truly fine intellect. Charles has more than a clever mindg he has a thorough and even a brilliant one. But there is nothing superior in his manner and he commands our genuine admiration and friendship. WAYNE SWEITZER Campfield Road Junior Varsity Soccer 23 Soccer 3, 45 German Club 33 J. J. J. 2, 3. WEITZER is one of the outstanding athletes of our class. His record as a soccer player is excellent, and he's no mean student either. EVELYN THIES 5 224 Linden Heights Avenue 1 4 VELYN has a genius for making friends. Although very quiet, when called upon, she always has an intelligent response. NELL THOMPSON 4001 Ridgewood Avenue Art Club 25 Masquers 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 25 2, 3, 4. Emi world is Nell's particular oyster and she goes about the thrilling busi- ness of prying it open with a curious mixture of force and gentleness, deter- mination and sentiment. This young lady is going to go places. MARY TILLMAN 1200 W. 40th Street Art Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4, Girl's Leaders Club 3, 4. ARY is the teachers, dream come true. She uses the girl scout motto, "Be prepared", and never fails to be so. Q RUTH TIMANUS 2212 Me. Holly street Glee Club 2, 3, 49 Music Appreciation Club 3, 4g Vice-President 43 Opcrctta 2. LWAYS pleasant and agreeable, Ruth has made countless friends since she's been at Forest Park. Everyone likes her, and perhaps it's because she likes everyone. CARL VON LOSSBERG 2139 Mt. Holly I HIS tall, lean young man with his shock of blonde hair is a prime favorite in our class. He has a mechanical bent, and likes to see what makes things go. WINFIELD VOYCE 1413 Poplar Grove Street Ethical Club 3, 43 Junior Varsity Football 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. INIFIELD has talent without temperament, and that is saying a great deal. But you can't say too much for "Win.,' WILLIAM C. WARD 4000 Chatham Road Track Team 2, 3, 45 Opportunity Club 3, 43 J. J. J. 2, 3, 45 Ethical Club 3, 43 Sub-Senior Class Officer 4g Editor-in'Chief June Forester, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Ring Committee 39 Leader Club 49 Senior Play 4. OU don't need to know Bill five minutes to realize that his profoundly sincere, democratic, manner is genuine. During our Senior year he's done more for our class, than, perhaps, anyone else. NAOMI WARRINGTON 4300 Carleview Road Home Economics Club 2, 35 J. J. J. 2, 3, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4, Tennis 35 Varsity Volley Ball 2. HE looks like a siren, but she's a regular girl and her strong will coupled w!h her sweetness and charm make her one of the most sought after young ladies in the class. STEWART WEB B Hilton Court Apartments Art Club 25 Officer 25 Interclass Athletics 25 Junior Tea Dance Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee 35 J. J. J. 33 Senior Banquet Committee NLY someone with Stuartls cool sophistication would dare to wear such gaily checkered trousers! Despite his passion for the unexpected "Stu" is a very dependable person. T THOMAS CLYDE WEBSTER 3215 Westwood Avenue Latin Club Z, 33 Leader Club Membership Committee 4g D. S. A. Committee 43 D. S. A. Pledge 4g Chemistry Club 43 J. J. J. 3, 43 Senator 4g Managing Editor of June Forester3 Boy's Leader Club 43 Opportunity Club 43 Student Court 4. I OM has been leading our class "in the way it should go" ever since we can remember. This is not surprising, for he is one of the most thoroughly likeable young men we know. ALVIN WEINER 4009 Liberty Heights Avenue Latin Club 2, 33 Chemistry Club 4g Camera Club 3, 4s Secre- tary 3g President 43 Radio Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary 43 J. J. J. 3, 4. Assistant Photographic Editor or the Foresterg Advertising Com- mittee for the Senior Play. LVIN is an indispensable member of the classg he has come to the rescue of many a-tottering project at the crucial moment, and you can't help but like him. HARRIET WEINER 4009 Liberty Heights Avenue Latin Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 33 Masquers 2, 4g J. 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Opportunity Club 3, 43 Press 2, 43 Inter- iq class Athletics 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Committee 4g Senior Play. MERNHARDT had nothing on our Harriet. She emotes so successfully that she keeps her audience perched in periless positions on the edge of their seats. Maybe the fact that sheis one of the loveliest looking girls in the class has something to do with it. MURIEL CATHERINE WELLMANN 4006 Maine Avenue Leader's Club 43 Latin Club 4g French Club 43 Art Club, 2, 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Opportunity Club 3, 43 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4. URIEL is gifted with a thoughtful, friendly nature, a sweet smile, and modest ways that are so unusual today as to be delightful. HELENE MILDRED WHITE 4403 White Oak Avenue Masquers 2, 3, 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 J. J. J. 2, 33 Assembly Committee 2, 33 Tennis 2, 33 Four Square Club 43 at 0 Senior Play Committee 4. mERE,S a gal who knows all the answers, and tells 'ern. We count on Helene for all the latest news, told as only Helene can tell it. WILLIAM WHITE 4026 Cold Spring Lane Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, J. J. J. 3. NE look at Bill's eye reveals a sense of humor, keen understanding, and sympathy. When he smiles, which is often, you are surprised at the con- tagious quality of his grin. WALTER WILKINSON Art Club 43 President 45 Tennis Team 4. Y merely raising his eyebrows Walter can squelch very effectively the most bumptious person. We admire his presence of mind. KATI-IARINE WILLS 3706 Dorchester Road Latin Club 4, Four square Club 3, 4, J. J. J. 3. o matter what she does, Katharine does it so calmly that she is a relief after the average nervous person. She is serene, poised, and always rises to the occasion. DAVID WILSON .4412 Kathland Avenue Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Foot Ball 3, 4, Boy's Leader Club 4g Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 43 J. J. J. 2, 3, 4. IEAVID seems to radiate youth and vitality and he's delightfully unaffected. What's more, he likes people, one and all, and that is indeed an admirable quality. MARGARET FENTRESS WILSON 3809 Dorchester Road Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4g French Club 3, 49 Glee Club 2, 35 Opportunity Club Committee 3, 45 Sec- retary 3, 45 Chairman 45 Chemistry Club 45 Girl's Leader Club 3, 4, J. J. J. 35 Forester Staff 4. ARGARET is a person of remarkable ability. She is a natural leader, but we like her most for her winning personality. DORIS WOI-ILMUTH 3601 Pinkney Road Latin Club 2, 3g Chemistry Club 4, J. J. J. 3, Art Club 2, 3. BORIS is one of the shining lights of our class. She is intelligent, gracious, unaffected and never rude. She deserves all the praise we can give her. JANE WOLF 4900 Liberty Heights Avenue A. A. Representative 3, Basketball 45 Interclass Athletics 3, 45 Q Tennis 35 Captain of Championship Basketball Team 4. JIANE wins many friends with her funny little giggle. Sheis so frank that it's flabbergasting, but you know she d0esn't mean to be unkind. BLANCHE YOFFE 3901 Garrison Avenue Latin Club 29 Glee Club 2, 35 Art Club 2, 35 Operetta 2, Chemistry Club 43 J. J. J. 35 Interclass Athletics 2, 3. E LANCHE is one of those persons who are constantly buried in the latest love story, but when she does take time out for breathing you'll find that she's one of the nicest sincerest girls in the class. RICHARD ZAPF 3203 Carlisle Avenue Football 2, Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 49 Track 2, 3. EICK is the prime kidder of the class. We have to say for him, though, that he can take it as well as hand it out. He's likeable and very popular. ESTHER ZENITZ 4013 Springdale Avenue Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3, Art Club 2, 39 Latin Club 2, J. J. J. 2, 39 E prophecy that Esther, slim, lithe, dynamic, with her detectable beauty, her do or die spirit, and her reckless determination, will go far up the ladder of success. DONALD ZINSER 2619 N. Hilton Street Glee Club 3, 44 Interclass Athletics 3. 4. RONALD is one of those persons who derives a keen sense of pleasure out of living. He also possesses that rare quality of wise-cracking which does not sound slightly bilious to the casual listener. CHARLES SILVER 4012 Cold Spring Lane gr Interclass Athletics 3, 4g Track Team 3, Indoor Baseball 3. MOTS of pep, plenty of wise-cracks, and snappy comebacks constitute Charles. A jolly companion and a real friend. MORRIS FRANK 4036 Fairfax Road ,gy Track Team 2g Stamp Club 2g J. J. 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M a ry McGlorhlin ANNA VALESKA .......... ,,,...,... H arricft Weif1cr BOROLOSKY ........... A,.......... M orfon Fugur PENGARD .......,,,,.......,,.. ,....,,..., R obert Reed MRS. PENGARD ..,.,. ,.,... ..,...... O 1 'ma Rollings MRS. WHATCOMBE ,,,,..........,,,.....,,,.........,...,,...,,...,......,........,.. Helen Britton N A wintery night in an old house on the lonely coast of Corn- wall, an amazing Arabian nights' adventure unfolded for the pleasure and excitement of an enthusiastic audience. From the sombre shadows lurking in the library of Ambrose, Applejohns' massive ancestral home a thrilling adventure of pirates and stolen jewels, lovely ladies and anxious heroes was presented on the night of May 12. In order to avoid a quiet respectable old age Ambrose Applejohn decided to sell his old home and search for adventure. This plan did not exactly merit the approval of his Aunt Agatha or his ward Poppy Faire-parts played respectively by Helen Britton and Mary McGloch- lin. It was not necessary however for him to stir out of his library or his usual routine, for adventure suddenly presented itself to him in the form of a beautiful lady, supposedly a Russian dancer, who is being pursued by a Bolshevik spy. When Harriett Weiner plus the foreign accent fainted in Bill Ward's arms the first act had just begun. The visit of the Pengards, the coming of Barolsky, and the dis- covery of an ancient parchment telling of pirates treasure inspired Ambrose's dream of the second act. Bill Ward's transformation from a polished gentleman to a lustful, blood-thirsty pirate and similar changes in the rest of the cast provided a colorful contrast and swift action. In the 3rd act the arrival of Johnny Jason brought to light the fact that Ambrose really was a descendent of Captain Applejack and that the Pengards, Barolsky, and Anna were thieves. After the excite- ment was over, Ambrose realized that it was no longer necessary to go elsewhere in search of adventure and romance. He had, had enough of adventure and romance was by his side. Zlinrmiter Svtalf Editor-in-Chief ....,...,,,...........,..4.,...,..,,.........,4.4......,A WILLIAM C. WARD Associate and Art Editor .A.......,. ....,..4, D ULANY FOSTER Business Manager .....,.,...........,..... ...,.....s.,.. T OM WEBSTER Assistant Business Manager s...s..., ...,.......,., M AX MILLER Circulation Manager ,..,,..,...,.......s.. ..., ,....,.,.. J A NET DEWOLF Assistant Circulation Manager .....,......,.,.............s......... JACK BLAIR Photograph Editor ........s... ,I ,......,..I, .. LAWRENCE HANAWLAT Assistant Photograph Editor ..................,..s,.......... ALVIN WEINER Write-ii p Editor ....4.,,..... .......,...,..,.... Assistant Write-itp Editor .... ..II,. Assistant Write-iip Editor .I.... .. Assistant Art Editor ......,,s.....,.. Transcription Editor .4....,...., Cartoonist .......,.4.,4.,.....s.,.... Cluh Editor .4...4..... Cluh Editor .......... Sport Editor ,.......,..I.. Sport Editor .............. MARGARET WILSON .,,.,...,.........BETTY BLAIR MOORE ,,.s.....,.CHURcHILL RAIBER .p...,.......s..SYLvIA PELTZ .........,...CHARLES EARP .LUCIA SERIO .,,......,PHILIP KLEIN ..,.......BARBARA KANN BERNIE GANSEL . J fm W Zltbletirs Football REGULARS RINGOLD, F.B. KUNKEL, Q.B. ROSEN, L.H.B. NEWBERRY, R.T. WHARTON, R.E. STIEFFEL, L.G. LEASE, R.G. D. FOSTER, L.E. DAWSON, L.T. MILLER, C. XVELLENER, R.H.B. URING the past eight years, one of the main objectives of the football teams of Forest Park has been to conquer both Poly and City. The schedule from year to year has been arranged so that Forest Park would meet City and Poly alternatingly each year. This arrangement was to be carried out until the Green and Gray was able to defeat either one of these schools. This year we defeated Poly in a thrilling night game which entitles us to play fand beat, it is hopedj both City and Poly. Shortly following this we played South- ern for the Championship of Baltimore City. Although the score at the final whistle was 0-0, the Foresters were by far the aggressors. Southern for some reason, would not give us a return game. The team as a whole deserves a great deal of credit. Congratulations Andy! Soccer MEMBERS or SQUAD FUNK SHACKLEFORD HARMS LENTZ BECK ROSSER JONES STERN BLAIR MILLER ' JENNISON SACHS GRIENER BENTON HILBERT BENSON KINSLEY SWIETZER LTHOUGH there is not as much heard about soccer as other variety sports in this school, it is one which warrants notice. In order to play soccer well and also be consistent, it is essen- tial for one to be in the peak of condition. The soccer season is very long, overlapping from the football season well into the basketball season. All those members of the squad who came through the season are to be complimented for their preseverance. The soccer team which represented our school had a mediocre season. Out of a total of fifteen games the Foresters won four, tied four and lost seven. Several of the games were lost in extra periods. The team was ably led by Captain Henry Beck. The team has elected Walter Griener Captain for the coming year. Coach Sims has high hopes for his team next year. Basket Ball PLAYERS Captain, COPLAN Mamzgcr, HARMATZ COPLAN HOFFMAN JACOBS SACKS SMITH WHITE KRIEGER HERB ROSEN HE SEASON of the "Green and Grayv quintet was fairly suc- I cessful. The Forresters won 9 games out of a total of seventeen starts. Some of the victims of our Ubasketeersv were City, Calvert Hall and Mt. St. Joe. Due to the injury of Maurice Jacobs, star guard, the smoothness and scoring punch of the team decreased. Some other dribblers who performed well were Captain Coplan, Rosen, Krieger, Hoffman and Smith. Although Forest Park was defeated twice by both Poly and Southern, these schools did not do so until they conquered a scrappy, fighting team. These games were all exciting from beginning to end, holding the spectators on edge until the sounding of the final gun shot. This year has been the first year that Mr. Anderson has been mentor of the varsity basketball team. In view of the fact that most of the team was composed of new material, "Andy" has done a splen- did job. It is worth while noticing the decided improvement of some of the players. This is partially due, no doubt, to the diligent and patient work of the coach. Since the team remains practically intact for next year, a still better record is promised. i f 1 lt- l is Girls' Basketball Team "A" TEAM M. BULLOCK, F. E. HOLBROOK, G. M. SHERMAN, F. N. SILVERMAN, G. B. KAHN, F. M. ST. MARTIN, G. J. CUNNINGHAM, C. I. QUARLES, G. M. MEISER, R.C. HE BASKETBALL SEXTET went through a hard luck season this year. Eastern and Western proved our superiors, and gained decisive victories. Southern, however, met its equal, or rather, considering the scores, its superior when it encountered Forest Park. In the first match, played at S0uthern's gym, our "A" team overcame the opponents' lead of 8-6 at the half to win 19-11. The second "A" and UB" tilts with Southern were thrillers. Our first team was barely nosed out, 19-17, and the second team likewise, escaped victory by one point, 14-13. In the second halves of the second tilts with Southern, our players showed a great amount of fight and spirit, such as they lacked in previous games. In the last three or four contests, our team, unfortunately, was forced to play without several of its veterans. The team will lose some players through graduation, but we wish Miss Journeay and her squad lots of luck next season. Girls Hockey Team CHANDLER, MATILDA LIBERLES, PEGGY ST. MARTIN, MARIE DAVISON, KATHLYN SHERMAN, MARIANNE CUNNINGHAM, JANE MONTGOMERY, MARY "A" TEAM .ROOP, JANET SHROEDER, MARGARET TAYLOR, LILLIAN KNOUSS, DOROTHY BURKINS, MARGARET ZIMMERMAN, MIRIAM HE HOCKEY team this season though not entirely successful was indeed praiseworthy. The first game was wich Western High. The A and B teams Went on to the field prepared to start the season out right. Well, the B team did-'nough said. Let us hurry through the schedule until we come to Seton. The "A" and "B" teams combined overcame this worthy opponent, 2-0. Then came the 2nd game with Southern. The opposing "A" team struggled through the contest to a O-O tie. The final game of the season was one of which Forest Parkers may well be proud. The "AU team con- quered Eastern High School by a score of 2-0. Every game was hard fought and in several cases the team was barely nosed out. The squad lost many players in the February graduating class and will lose many in this, our June class. Nevertheless, the veterans and Miss Hyde, the competent coach of the team, are anticipating a champion- ship season next year. Ice Hockey THE ICE HOCKEY SQUAD CLAGGETT FOSTER BRENT MAC GLOUGHLIN SILVERSTEIN HUMPHRIES KUNKLE KIN RUSSEL ROUSELL PRIEST SHUGAR DOWLING WYATT DAVISON WATTS EUKER JONES LTHOUGH Forest Park's ice hockey team finished the season in third place in the Maryland Scholastic Ice Hockey League, the Foresters gave many fine exhibitions of a superior brand of puck chasing. The Green and Gray aggregation started off the season in first place and retained this position most of the time. The team was led through a satisfactory season by stellar, Mike Claggett. Quite a few of the Forester's goals were shot by Claggett, Brent played excellently well as goalie, while Silverstein, plucky little sophomore linesman, bears watching and shows much promise for the future. The team as a whole functioned with a cooperative spirit. The members of this squad reelected Mike Claggetr captain for next year. The outstanding game of the season was the Forest Park-Tome game at Iceland. The final score was 2 to 2 in an extra period. The game was clean and was featured by the best playing ever before wit- nessed on the ice by any high school team in this vicinity. Valley Ball Team HE VOLLEY BALL TEAM was coached by the capable Miss Lucy Hyde. The team was composed of the following players of last year's squad: L. Spehnkouch, B. Kahn, S. Peltz, E. Hyde, M. Bauresfeld, L. Taylor, M. Sherman, Cunningham, A. Kauffman, H. Horwitz. Additional members of the squad, who showed promise in practice, included: M. Smith, M. Meiser, E. Marr, B. Orrell, M. Gorman, A. Garfink, A. Butts, J. Anderson, T. Southerland, Smith, H. Wisong, Merfeld and Becker. The team competed as usual against Eastern, Western and Southern. Track May -District Meet-Carroll Park May -Mt. St. Joe QSeniorj--at St. Joe. May -St. Paul's School Q-Iuniorj-at St. Paul May -"CH Meet-Washington. May -McDonogh CSeniorj-At McDor1ogh. May 23-Md. Scholastic Uuniorj-Gilman. May 26-Md. Scholastic CSeniorj-Gilman. June Tome Invitation Meet-Tome. June Baltimore City Meet-Stadium. V June 8-Md. State Meet-Stadium. HE GREEN AND GRAY TRACK TEAM has encountered several set- backs this year. The greatest difficulty has arisen because of the uniinished work on our track and our athletic field. Quite a few of the outstanding trackmen have left the team either by gradu- ation. The illness of Coach Rex Sims has also been detrimental to the progress of che team. Mr. Sims is planning to developihis team with some veterans as a nucleus. Some of the trackmen of last year have undoubtedly im- proved but they have not had the opportunity to test their ability. Some of the experienced runners returning from last season are Sachs, Lehman, Stern, Rosen, Foster, Arnold, Shackleford, Benton, Mc- Laughlin, Reed, Rosser and Gamse. The captain has not yet been elected and the manager is Milton Saul. At the district meet, the Foresters lost to City by one point, 138-137. The team showed great promise at the meet and is expected to have a banner year. Baseball The schedule is as follows MAX MILLER, Manager April 17--Mt. St. Joe Home April 20-Loyola Home April 24-City Away April 27-Georgetown Prep Away May 1--Calvert Hall Away May 4-Mt. St. Joe Away May 8-Gilman Away May 1 1-Vocational Home May 1 S -Poly Home May 1 8-McDonogh Home May 22-Southern Home :P League games Q OREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL,S BASEBALL TEAM won the Mary- AH land Scholastic Baseball Championship last year. It is very likely that history will repeat itself and the Foresters will again emerge undefeated. Up to the present the nine have performed very well and show much promise for continuing in the same manner. The hrst game was won by Forest Park over Severn by the over- whelming score of 10 to 4. The second game was also decisive since Forest Park defeated Catonsville by the score of 9 to 0. These are the games which were played before this article went to the press. The team this year is composed of several veterans and a few newcomers. The pitching problem seems to have been answered by the appearance of Mike I-liken and Phil Treide. Maurice Jacobs, star shortstop, who, incidentally, is being investigated by Connie Mack of the Philadelphia Athletics, is back again with the team this year. Ringgold, hard hitting outfielder, has also returned. Some other valuable baseball men are Sale, White, Seward, Berkowitz, Lease, Brent and Harms. Tennis April State Normal Away April Open April McDonogh Home April Loyola Away May City Away May Southern Home May Calvert Hall Away May Poly Home May Navy Plebes Navy May Severn Home May Mt. St. Joe Home May -Gilman Away 9' OREST PARK has always excelled in tennis since its entrance into .H competitions. Many Maryland Scholastic Championships have been won by Forest Park. During the past seven or eight years, a great many outstanding tennis players of the state have been students of our Forest Park High School. Although our tennis team has suffered considerably by the loss of men by graduation, it is capable of upholding the high standards set by the previous tennis teams of the school. Jacob Selis, veteran of the past few years, has returned, and promises to give a good account of himself. Coplan and Shugar, who received letters in tennis last year, are also on the team. The following racqueteers are new to the team but have an encouraging future: Ernest Bucking, Jack Naylor and Walter Wilkinson. The manager is Kenneth Jones. Due to the condition of our courts, the tennis squad is forced to practice at Druid Hill Park courts. The schedule is as follows: Girls' Tennis Team OFFICERS JANET DE WOLFF ..........,........,.........................,........,.....,,......,,..,....,,.. Captain MARGARET BULLOCK PEGGY LIBERLEN MILDRED DUNCAN ISABEL QUARLES VIRGINIA BROOKS HE GIRLS, TENNIS TEAM expects to repeat its notable achieve- ment of defeating all opponents and thereby retaining the cham- pionship. Last year, because other schools failed to produce their teams, there was no inter-Scholastic tournament. There was Staged, instead, by our advanced players, a tournament. Another was started in the fall. With such excellent material as Mildred Duncan and Janet DeWolH, there is foundation for our assured feeling of vic- tory. Other promising players are: P. Iiiberles, L. Parker, V. Brooks, R. Keyser, M. Bulloch, B. Dow, E. Cunningham, and I. Shor. The girls are being coached by Miss Journeay, who is an accom- plished player. z,,dqwe CJ Q J Qgk kwa: 5' V"o:zk-mit 0-9-COM A4453 P ue ,,u-H-' A xslt,-,nasal shldl 5 Nu 24'-C 5058 JJ 4 S457 pg ooufw M L' N , ALE f x 17 , VW ff mis 0 H Ni 'Q ig, wi O f 9w 9 gm' K 1 HIM? m QEI , uhs anh Zlntlhitieg Board of Student Activities I-IE BOARD OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES consists of the Principal as Chairman, the two Vice-Principals, the President of the Board of Student Representatives, a member of the athletic depart- ment, ra member of the faculty representing the non-athletic interests of the school, and two members of the faculty, elected by the faculty. It assists the Principal in decisions aifecting the extra-curricular activi- ties of the school. This Board has freely given its time to charter all groups, supervise all student. activities, budget all funds, and in general to look out for the welfare of the school and the student. I The Senate HE SENATE, one of the two main executive bodies of Forest Park I High School, presided over by the Student President, meets each Thursday during the advisory period. It is composed of eight senators-one elected from each half year. The Senate endeavors to carry out the student participation pro- gram, by sponsoring a student court in which all offenders are justly tried by their elected senators. To help better school conditions in every possible way is the main purpose of this group. The Senate aims to establish student government, to further un- derstanding between the faculty and student body and to promote school spirit. Through these aims our school is developed into a closer united and greater co-operative body. Boys' Leaders' Club OFFICERS KENNETH JONES ............,..,.....,....... ..... .,..,.., .,,.........., P r e sident MARSHAL WEATHERBY .,,,....., ......... V ice-President CHARLES SWARTZ ..4.. ..........,.. S ecretary ROBERT REED .,...,...................,....... , ....,.,.........,.,......... .........A.......... T rcasurer HE BOYS' LEADERS, CLUB is the honorary society of the Forest Park High School. Its membership consists of boys showing outstanding leadership in the school. As its aims, the club strives to help new boys, and to encourage the right attitude among those boys who are indifferent to the best interests of the schoolg to influence the right conduct on and off the campus, and to assist in all emergencies involving the best interests of the school and in extra- curricular activities. In addition to these purposes, the Leaders' Club sponsors a subor- dinate organization known as the Boys' Opportunity Club. Under the assistance of the three advisors, Mr. Scott, Dr. Frederick, and Mr. Anderson, the Leaders' Club has become as important cog in the machinery of the school. Girls' Leaders 'Club OFFICERS MARGARET CORT ..... ..,..,. ,...,..............,.,... .,.,.,........,....., P 1' e sident LUCIA SERIO ......,,.. .......,....,, V ice-President BARBARA KAHN ...,...,, ..,.....,, .... S e creiary IsABEL QUARLES ............... ...., ,...,.......,.. ........... T 1' e asurer HE GIRLS, LEADERS CLUB is an honor Club of the school. The I Ephebic Oath is its creed and foundation. Under the capable guidance of its advisors, Miss Becker, Miss Kramer, and Miss Grote, and its efficient officers, it has become a powerful organization of the school. The aims of the club are: QU to lead and advise the girls of the school, f2Q to promote the highest standards in work and sport, UQ to aid and improve all phases of school life. The girls are elected to the club because of their outstanding characteristic of lea- dership. Although the club has regular meetings to transact business, it also has a social side. The Club socials are one of the many enjoy- able functions of the Club activities. The Board of Student Representatives HE BOARD OF STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES, over which the Stu- ' dent President presides, is composed of a member from each advisory class. To the meetings of this group, the representa- tives bring problems, needs, and suggestions concerning Forest Park High which arise in the various classes. Every student, Whether he is a Freshman, or a Senior, may participate in the government of the school through his representative. As a connecting link between the faculty and the student body, the Board of Representatives is invaluable. Student Bank OFFICERS GEORGE WILI.IAMS ....,........,.........,.,............... ...,,.....,.... A uditor WILLIAM VON HAGEL .... ..,.,,.. ...,.,.,.. i B ookkeeper RUTH ANNA CROUT ,..,...... ..,......, ...... P a ying Teller RUTH WOOD ...........,...,,.... ......,....., S tatement Clerk MR. M. C. LEIPHOLZ .....,...,., ........,.,.,........,,..............,,,.........,.,........ A dvisor HE STUDENT BANK is one of the outstanding organizations at I Forest Park, which was started shortly after the official opening of the school. The Student Activity Bank handles the finances of the school. All money received from games, clubs, and other school activities is deposited in the bank, which issues its own deposit slips and pass books. The notations of all deposits are recorded by the receiving teller in the pass books. Everyday the bookkeeper records the deposits and with- drawals of each account. The auditor checks over the books daily and sees that no mistakes are made. Statements are issued monthly by the statement clerk to see that the bank balance tallies with the indi- vidual balances. I The financial services of the Student Bank are very advantageous to the school organizations. The bank is not only one of the most beneficial, but also one of the most unique organizations in the school. The Four Square Club OFFICERS CHARLOTTE COPPAGE ..,..........,.....,.,..,...... ...,,,..,......., P resident RUTH DILLOW .....,....... ..,.T..... V ire-President OLIVIA ROGERS .....,... ....,,...... S ecretary JANE PEAKE ....,.....,.,............. ,.........,............., ................,.....,.....,.., T 1' cusurer HE FOUR SQUARE CLUB is one of Forest Park's outstanding organ- izations. The Club stands for the ideals and traditions of the school and has as its aims: Square living Square thinking Square scholarship Square sports The Club is non-elective and any Forest Park girl is eligible for membership. Much of the success of the Club is due to its Willing and capable advisor, Miss Stoll. The meetings are held on the first and third Thursday of each month. v The Ethical Club OFFICERS HERBERT POWLEY .... ....,....,. ,,.,... ...,,..,, ..... ............... P r e s i dent ALBERT MALDEIS ,,,.... ,,...... V ice-President JOHN GEORGIUS .,...,. , ........,. Serretary WILLIAM MARCHANT , ,,.. ,.,,,,.... T reasurer I HE ETHICAL CLUB, although a fairly new organization, has pro- gressed rapidly in the eyes of Forest Park students. This club stands for the ideals and traditions of the school, and is regarded as an outstanding club, because it is one of the foremost in school life. The important thing in the Ethical Club is not conquering, but rather aiming at High Stamlurzls. The essential habits are Cooperation, Loyality, and Clean Sports for All. The members have had the pleasure of hearing many prominent men address the club which meets on Friday morning at eight o'clock. Under the excellent supervision of the advisor, Mr. Van Sant, the club has formed many teams which have helped Forest Parkers develop sportsmanship, leadership, and friendship. Also under the guidance of the advisor, the club has ascended rapidly to one of the foremost ones in the extra-curricular activities. Boys' Opportunity Club OFFICERS EVERETT PURDY ......... ......,..,......,........,........ ...........,. C h airmzm BOB AVERY ........,... .....,,...,.. S ecretary MAX MILLER ....... ......,,,L.... T reasurer HE BOYS' OPPORTUNITY CLUB of Forest Park High School is I a subordinate organization of the Leaders' Club. The Oppor- tunity Club trains boys to be better able to pick out those opportunities which will further the good name of the school and to throw aside those which do not tend to help the school. The members are the so-called "backstage" workers, but without their assistance the school would not be able to hold the position it now attains. Never receiving the honors, but always shouldering the burden in order to further the best interests of the school, they are actually an honor to the school. Therefore, they should be acclaimed as loyal Forresters, in deed, as well as, in word. The Girls' Opportunity Club OFFICERS FLORENCE JONES ..,,,...,..,.,.......,....,.......,,........ .,,........, C bairman ESTHER MELMAN ...,,...,............ ....,.......... , .,,,,,,.. . . ..,4,,. Secretary HIS CLUB was originated in 1933. There were arguments as to E the means of entering the Leaders' Club. After the formation of the Cpportunity Club, each girl who wished to become a member of the Leaders' Club, must first belong to the Opportunity Club. The aims of this Club are the same as those of the Leaders' Club, namely: Clj to lead and advise the girls, QZJ to promote the highest standards in Work and sport, and UQ to aid and improve all phases of school life. Although the regular meetings are on Friday morning and are held to transact all the necessary business of the Club, it also has its social side. Several teas have been held in order to make the mem- bers better acquainted. The student president is a member of the Leaders' Club. The new members' names are brought up in the Leaders' Club and are voted upon. The Camera Club OFFICERS ALVIN WEINER ....,..... .....,........................,.. ....,.......,.,....,. P r esident MYO MEYERS ...... E. ........,.... Vice-President EDGAR FRIED ....... ............... S ecre t ary NED CROSBY .....,.,......,......,,A......,,,.....,..........,.....,.. ...,.,.... Treasurer HE CAMERA CDUB, which was founded on November 11, 1925 and reorganized in February, 1930, has progressed rapidly this year. Under the capable supervision of Mr. Calder, it has be- come a definite and necessary member of the extra-curricular activi- ties of the school. During the year, abprogram of interesting and instructive talks and demonstrations in the held of photography has been given. Many members have built printing boxes as a result of these demonstrations. We are extremely fortunate in having for our convenience a com- pletely equipped dark-room in which We may develop, print, and enlarge our photographs. The object of the organization is to develop in its members the ability to take good pictures, and to appreciate the qualities of a good photograph. inmimmxism 1 N1 am-ze: ln i The Chemistry Club OFFICERS KENNETH HAMLIN .... .... ..,,.... . , .,,,,. ....,.,, , ..President ALVIN WEINER ..A, .. ,..,,. Vice-President ADA DAVIES .......... .. ..., Secretary HE CHEMISTRY CLUB, reorganized in September, has made fine progress this year, under the capable leadership of Dr. Fred- erick. The club, which meets the fourth Wednesday of every month, always has something special on each program as, an address by an outside speaker, a club member, or Dr. Frederick himself. The club is maintained by those seniors and sub-seniors who are interested in stimulating a desire for further knowledge of chemistry, going more deeply into sections of the chemistry course than class 'time per- mits and becoming acquainted with the wide use of chemistry in Baltimore. One or two meetings are given over to trips to factories or plants which use chemistry in connection .with the manufacture of their products. The Chemistry Club was formed with the hope that those inter- ested in this science would come to the meetings to learn about chem- istry more in detail. So, if chemistry is included in your schedule, and if you are interested in exploring into its promising depths, accept the most hearty welcome of each member and attend the next meeting held in the chemistry lecture room. The A rt Club OFFICERS DONALD STUCK ..,..,...........,.,.......,...,..,,.......... .....,.........,,. P resident WALTER W11,K1NsoN ........, ,....,,.,,....,...., V ice-President ORMA ROLLINGS ....,..... ,..,...... R ecording Secretary BETTY CRIDER .,.....,,...... .......,. C orresponding Secretary CHARLES SWEITZER ......,.,,..... ,....................................,...........,...,,.... T rcasurer BERNIE ADLER, LAWRENCE HANAWALT, LESTER SYMONDS Ser geant-at-Arms HE ART CLUB is one of the largest, most active and most popular clubs in our school. The purpose of the Club is to bring an appreciation of beauty and a knowledge of various artistic skills and techniques into the lives of the students of Forest Park High School. As a means of pleasure, as well as instruction, well known artists are invited to address the Club concerning their life work, and to give advice in the Held of art. Students interested in any phase of art are given an opportunity to join this group and to develop their skill. The Art Club serves Forest Park faithfully by contributing its aid in the painting of scenery for plays and assemblies, and also in artistic exhibitions. At the end of each school year, the Art Club gives a tea at which time many works of old and new masters are exhibited. The Art Club holds its meeting regularly on the first Thursday of each month. The Biology Club OFFICERS ALBERT GARDNER .. ..., . ..... . ....,, . ..,. ., ,......,, -..President EMMA CORNWALL .... . , ...., Vive-President ANNE SAKELOS ..... ..,A...,A..,,,,,. .....A.., ....... .....,........... ,.....,..,,...... ,,... S 0 C r e i ary HE BIOLOGY CLUB meets the Hrst and third Wednesday of each month in Room 133. The aims of the club are as follows: 1-To create a fellowship between the students of Biology. 2-To stimulate a greater interest in Biology. 3-To be of service to the school and community. 4-To study in detail the work taken up in class. 5-To learn more of the Biological Sciences. Under the supervision of Miss Hutt, the club has progressed rapidly. German Club OFFICERS SYLVIA SALZMAN .......A.....,. A...,.,...., P resident FLORENCE HAMBURGER .,.... ,,,,,.. V ice-President JOHN LEA .,.... ........ Secretary NORMA FOXLIAN ,.., ....... T reasurcr HE GERMAN CLUB, one of the three language clubs of the school meets the second and fourth Monday of each month under the careful advisorship of Mr. Schmeid. Its main objective is to promote the study of German literature, songs, and customs in a more informal, interesting and enjoyable way than is possible in the classroom. The school has recognized the importance of this organization since its outstanding assembly, K'Germelshausen". If you are inter- ested, do not forget to come to Room 325 the second and fourth Mon- day of each month. Glee Club OFFICERS EVA PHOEBUS ..... ' , ., .,...,...,......,. ,. ...,..., ........,.,... P reszdent WARNER PYLES ......... ......,, ...A... ........... V i ce-President JEAN MITCHELL ....,AA ...... . . Corresponding Secretary MILDRED REA ....,,.. ,, . ,,,.. Recording Secretary VERNON DISNEY ,,..........,.........r.,,.Treasurer STERLING KLEIN Sergeant-at-Arms LUTHER MACKEY .4...,,. ....,. ......... ........,, S e r geant-at-Arms HE GLEE CLUB, one of the largest organizations in Forest Park, has had another successful year. The success of this club may be attri':uted to the unselfish efforts of its advisor, Miss Gene- vieve P. Butler. The purpose of this club is to make or rather enable its members to gain a higher appreciation of good music and voice culture. This outstanding organization has many projects which it accomplishes through the excellent cooperation of its members. Each year, the Club sponsors a broadcast, helps in assemblies, and aids the school in various other ways. The Club cordially invites new mem- bers and urges the attendance of all members each Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock in the music room. The Chess Club OFFICERS PHILIP KLEIN .,......, ,..,........ ,..... .,,...,....... ...... .... P r e s i dent STERLING KLEIN .,.... I ......,..,. Secretary LEE CHALK ...,.....,...... ...... 4.,... .,........,........,,......,...............,......... T r e asurer HE CHESS CLUB of Forest Park High School has progressed most I rapidly under the able guidance of Mr. Krieger. The aims of the Chess Club are to further the growth of Chess throughout Forest Parkg to develop companionship among the students of the schoolg and to develop respect and good-will toward Forest Park through association and matches between the other public high schools of Baltimore. The Chess Club has done much towards achieving these aims. The Club has not made a wonderful record in its matches, but it hopes and believes through its attempts at courtesy, respect, and good, clean playing that it will bring a name to Forest Park which will be surpassed by that of none other school. i The Chess Club meets every other Thursday in Room 233, and each and every member of the Forest Park student body is cordially invited to come out. ALICE JOHNSON JEAN LAUSHE , ....... . MARGARET FORD JACK SMITH , ..,.. .. MR. MOORE ...... . French Club OFFICERS P7'ESidUI1f Vice-President ....,,,,,...,Secretary Vice-Secretary .....,,...,,...,Advis0r 9' E CERCLE FRANCAIS, sponsored by the French department has M made remarkable progress during the past semester. Many enjoyable, as well as educational, programs were featured, con- sisting of talks on French literature, arts, music, and drama. The meetings are held the first and third Wednesday of every month in Room 104. The first meeting is usually devoted to business and the second to the playing of games and the serving of refreshments. But the Club has a higher purpose than mere pleasure. Last year, Le Cercle Francais sponsored several assemblies and a few French plays. The members and advisor cordially invite those French students, who want to be in on our good times to join the Club. Home Economics Club BARBARA Dow ,....., ,...., . ,, ............,,... President LUCIA SPEHNKOUCH ,.....,,. ,.,....... V ice-President ELIZABETH KANE ,,..... ,......,..,. S ccretary EILEEN KANE ....... .... ,,,..,, ...... A,,. . ,...........,......, ....,......, T r e a x urer INCE the beginning of the school, the Home Economics Club has been one of the leading Clubs for girls. Once each month its members enjoy its entertaining and instructive programs. This club is open not only to girls who are majoring in Home Eco- nomics, but to girls who are interested. The Club has three definite purposes, to create an appreciation of the value of Home Economics in and out of school, to form a con- necting linls between the home and school through social activities, and to connect the Club with the outside commercial, industries through field trips and lectures. A great deal of credit is due Miss Church, who, through her excellent guidance, has molded a good club. Library Club OFFICERS DORIS RICE .,........ ..,.....,....,.,....,,,,......., . .. ..,.. President MARY PARR ..,,....A...,,...,..,,,..., A...,....... ......A.A..,.......,,...,.,.....,...,,,.,,....,,..,... S e cretary HE LIBRARY CLUB, though comparatively small in number and rather young, is one of the most constructive clubs in the school. The membership consists chiefly of those persons who spend their leisure time in assisting the librarian in the routine work of the library. Some of the aims of the Club are: to stimulate an interest in school, to help others to become acquainted with books, to interest members in library work as a profession, and to stimulate a knowledge of the use of the library. The Club, as a whole, is very helpful to anyone wishing to know more about books and libraries and to those interested in becoming acquainted with work in the library as a profession. Much credit, however, is due Mrs. Krause, who is most helpful, and who has done much to inspire the students at Forest Park with a desire to know more and better books. The Masquers' Club OFFICERS WILLIAM HARE .........,.. ,... ....,.......,................. .............., P r e sident HARRIET WEINER ...,,,,.. ,.......,.,. V ice-President MILDRED CAPLAN ........ ...,,.......,., S ecretary MARIAN ROSENBLUM ..4....,. ...,,,.... ..,..............., T r easurer HE MASQUERS, CLUB which meets every Thursday under the careful advisorship of Miss A. Thompson is probably the best known of all clubs because of its frequent appearances. Its aims are to promote the love of good drama, to direct student dramatic ability and interests in dramatics, and to establish high standards in selections and presentation of plays. The school has already enjoyed the Hallowe'en and the Shakes- pearean Assembly presented by the Masquers' Club. Open Forum Club LAWRENCE HANAWALT ......... ......,A....,... P resident MORRIS LANSBURG .,.... ,..,,. ...,........ V i ce-President VIVIAN SLOVIN .,.,.................,.,.....,.,.,.....,..,,..,4....,,,........,.,............,....... Secretary HE OPEN FORUM CLUB was formed to fill the needs of the school for a group whose aims and purposes would beg to secure and maintain an abiding interest in public affairsg to secure an abid- ing interest in world problems, and to help create and mold intelli- gent public opiniong to promote a feeling of friendship among the members of club and schoolg and to train for discussion. Reports on international problems which are made by members at the meetings, are discussed, by the entire membership, after the report is given. This procedure develops the ability to address public gatherings and to debate questions intelligently. The Club meets the second Monday of each month. Under the competent advisorship of Miss Grace Broening, the club has quickly become one of the leading organizations in the school. The Orchestra OFFICERS DAVID WILSON ,....,... ...,..,.,,,...........,.,,.,.,.. .........,,. P r esident CHARLES MAIER ,.,,.,..,. ..,,,..... V ire-President PRESTON I-IAYNES ..,......... ,,........... L ibrarian ALICE JOHNSON ..,....,....,..,.,,.,.,,,,..,....................,...........,........ ......... . .Secretary HE ORCHESTRA, under the dynamic leadership of Miss Gene- vieve P. Butler, is completing an extremely successful season. It faithfully remains the "right-hand organization" to com- mencements, plays, Jolly Junior jubilees, weekly assemblies, and annu- ally to the radio public. The orchestra should be congratulated for the enthusiasm shown by its members, in willingly offering talent at every opportunity. Nora Jean Sracland brilliantly stands out as the concert-meister, While Alice Johnson remains an able and sympathetic accompanist. With the june graduation of '34, the orchestra will lose two of its most valued members, the president and the vice-president. The Radio Club OFFICERS FRANK BOYD .......,........... ,..,... .........,......, P r esident MARRITT KRONBERG ........ ...,,...,. V ice-President ALVIN WEINER .......... ....4.........A.............,.. S ecrefury CHARLES EARP ..,..., ....,,.... A ssistant Secretary WILBUR MARCUS ................................... ...,..,........,... S ergeant-at-Arms HE PURPOSE of the Radio Club is to familiarize the members of the organization with the basic fundamentals and the theory of successful amateur radio construction and operation. The business meeting is held each Tuesday and is followed by a lecture or a demonstration of one of the many phases of radio recep- tion and transmission. The Club also has interesting talks given by persons who are prominent in the field of radio. The membership includes many licensed amateur radio operators who operate our school station, W3MX. We have also formed a code class, to help the other club members to get their licenses. The Radio Club wishes to take this opportunity to express its appreciation and gratitude to Mr. Young for his guidance and willing assistance throughout the past year. Societas Romana OFFICERS MARGARET WILSON ........................................,.. ......,...., F irst Consul NANCY TUVIN ...............,.4.,..,............. ..,........ S econd Consul MARY VIRGINIA TICKNER ,,,,...,... .,....,,....... .,.... P r aetor JANE KIMBLE A.....,.......,................., ........................................... A edile BETTE BLAIR ........... ,,....... ...,,............,. P r inceps Quaextorum HE SOCIETAS ROMANA under the advisorship of Miss Roe and Miss Ebaugh meets the second Wednesday of each month in Room 104. The aims of this club are to create, among the Latin students, a broader knowledge of the life, the customs, and the literature of Ancient Rome. These aims are accomplished by the pre- sentation of songs, plays, games, and musical selections which pro- vide entertainment of recreational and educational value. Step around to Room 104 every second Wednesday and you may understand and appreciate the effect of Roman civilization and cul- ture on the life today. The Stamp Club OFFICERS EDWARD HEARN ..,, ,.,... ..,. . . .... ,,.... ..... ,.... ..... P r e s i dent MARVIN SCI-IAPIRO .,.,.....,,.... .......A,.. . ...,,.. ,.... ,....... V i c e-President ABRAHAM SCHNEIDER, .,,,..........,.,.....,.........,. Secretary and Treasurer HE STAMP CLUB of Forest Park High School is one of the oldest clubs in the school, having held 247 regular meetings. The primary aims of the club are to promote interest in all phases of stamp collecting, and to increase the number of stamp collectors. To those who collect stamps in the school and are not enrolled in this club, the organization extends a cordial invitation to visit room 304 on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Will you attend the enjoyable and instructive meetings of the Stamp Club? J zmior Class NANCY TUVIN .4....... .,,,............, P resident EDWARD SALE ,,........... ....,.... V ice-President ANNETTE CHALLIS ,..... ....A....... S ecretary HELEN REINDOLLAR ..... '.,,. ,........ ..,,....,.,. T r e asurer REAL CLASS is on its way to success and fame. Of course, you know we mean the June Class of '35, Socially, our ninth grade and Sophomore tea dances distinguished us. This year, While sub-juniors, we planted tulips as a memorial to Dr. White. Then, We had a Junior class newspaper. However, we sacrificed that to cooperate with and support the Press. Now we are looking forward to an Arbor Day assembly and tree planting under the auspices of the Juniors. We are planning a Junior Class Day to culminate our efforts for the year. At that time, we shall present our play "The Girl and the Under-Graduate", introduce our class orchestra and provide enter- tainment for all. With this brief sketch of our cherished hopes, you Foresters may know what to expect from the finest Junior class, led by a splendid advisor, Mr. Van Sant. Sub-Junior Class STANLEY HOLLAND ..,....... ...,.............. P resident MAcoN MCGINNIS ..,.4,.... .......... V ice-President DONALD ONNEN ...,... ....,,,,..., S ecretary CHARLES HOLIDAY .44,,.L.. .,4.. .............. ..... ........... T r e a surer HE SUB-JUNIOR CLASS, under capable leadership is looking for- ward to coming years of achievement. The organization of the Class has recently been effected and plans are now being made for the first big event, the junior Prom. We wish you success Sub-Juniors, and as jealously as we have guarded our record still we want to hear of you doing even greater things. The Craftsman Club HE CRAFTMAN,S CLUB is a new organization in the list of extra-curricular activities. The aims and purposes of the Club are: flj to familiarize the students with the tools in the shopg QZJ to develop some interest in the students towards the aft of modeling and constructingg Q31 and to give the future citizens an enjoyable hobby through which he can develop his gifts to the fullest extent. Under the competent advisorship of Mr. Heylman and Mr. Bull, the Club ha-s progressed rapidly and already it is seen as one of the Clubs in Forest Park High. All those interested are cordially invited to attend the meetings which are held every Wednesday. Sub-Senior Class W. BAILEY .......,.. ............. P resid ent H. LIST ..,,,.,4,....,.......... .......,,,,........ ............... .........................,..... S e c retary HE SUB-SENIOR year has already started to Work on its Senior projects. Naomi Silberman has been appointed Chairman of the Inaugural Assembly. At the next meeting of the Class the members of the FORESTER Staff will be chosen. On June 20th, the Sub-Seniors will take a picnic. Not only was their J. J. J. a success both financially and socially, but all their junior projects. The President of the Class is Warren Bailey. Sophomore Class Sophomore and Sub-Sophomore Class 1 o Student Court MARGARET CORT TOM xyEBSTER LUCIA SERIO HENRY BECK GRACE UKENA MOR'FON SUGARS frm: EVENING- SUN, BALTIMQRE, FR IDAY,M Egfygggimle, 1931? ffonesr PAHKHM JUBILEE UPENING , A Juniors To Hold Tenth Annual ,fete 'TQ?righf And Tumor- ., I ,Q V ,row fiwhf Fvr h' 'bayf' a musical K enmedyffvifi be presented at 3 oieIock. It waaf by ithe,Misses Blanche f gig Thefba La: za L' ar, whigth fin, Connection with th at1.7.30 dcleck. Aka Pyles ompscm and Thomas. A Vansant, mefnhexic of the fecgIty,1 are directing thx plhy. gl STATI 5"lflCS '--' ,ff xXx 4 !xf""""""""""' . KA .:?55f2f X ....."".1-'T E? 'fisu N ' , W .:'Cf- I II' U, WM NX ' I Mimi f E .STUDIQUSA . V, AAz:V,V VAVA dvv , A f ' J- fi 1 ' 5 I ' , 1 !2'S'?2i,f 55.8 g gg K 1 A' Il GI ' 9 li..24 ' di' H 4 S rf . , P' .. . lln A lg' v n -f' .. 1- 63, H ' 'F -gf PE' Ill-gl - lg' n ,.- . ll!! X ln u nun I X N nv llin llll lill -Q . ,.. . 1, , , A 1 "7-wwf? Qwfffuf A t N 7DRAmA'ri'c I L mm I 3.3 f . 9 IRR? iw 'FOSTER 4 ..... I EDMUNDS COLLEGE of BUSINESS We ojer the high school graduate continuation work in the following suhjects for professional training. OFFICE PRACTICE AND MACHINES BOOKKEEPING, ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS LAW SECRETARIAL SCIENCE PHONE: VERNON 0227 AND ASK FOR REGISTRAR Ufllflff Clf'Wli116'SS SAFE DEPOSIT 85 TRUST With Every Bu nclle Six Excellent Services to Suit Your Needs at Popular Prices Extra Family Finish Economy Finish Fluffed Dry Flat Work Thrift Wash Damp Wash URBAN LAUNDRY 1920 CLIFTON AVE. - BALTIMORE Phone Lafayette 1717 CO. OF BALTIMORE is soUTH STREET This Company for nearly 60 years has been handling and settling -Estates and Trusts in a manner satisfac- tory to those interested therein. J. J. NELLIGAN, Chairman JOSEPH B. KIRBY, President Phones, b Calvert 6650 - 6651 THE MART, IIIC. WOMEN,S MISSES, and Cl-IILDREN,i APPAREL 313-315 W. LEXINGTON STREET BALTIMORE, MD. Compliments of HOCHSCHILD, KOHN 85 CO. THE FOREST PARK ALUMNI ASSOCIATION FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL Liberty 43 50 GWYNN THEATRE LIBERTY HEIGHTS AND GWYNN OAK AvEs. Baltimore? Newest and Most Modern Theatre Phones: Plaza 7625 - 7626 - 7627 The H. L. PIEL Co. CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ExTRAcTs AND GELATINE DEssERTs DREssED BEEF - PORK PRODUCTS BUTTER - EGGS - CHEESE 221-227 S. HOWARD STREET BALTIMORE, MD. SCHULER - THOMAS HELEN MARIE FINGER JOHN R. LILLY PAINTS, OILS and HARDWARE 3520 EDMONDSON AVE. F 1 0 f f S f CHRISTY MOTOR co. 316 W. SARATOGA Vernon 0967 JOHN C- CHRISTY, Manager 2653-55-57 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE Flowers Telfgfwphed Phone: Madison mo Baltimore, Ma We offer to the students of F. P. H. a ICE CREAM complete line of mechanical drawing in- --- struments and artist drawing materials of ARUNDEL highest quality. F. WEBER CO. 227 PARK AVE. Plaza 2650 BAKERY S204 REISTERSTOWN ROAD "Cleanliness is indeed next to Godlinessv Quality and Service ELITE LAUNDRY - DRY CLEANING EUTAXV AND BIDDLE STREETS Compliments of THE ROSENSTOCK JEWELRY CO., Inc. L. L. KAISER 85 SONS, Inc. 1 E W E L R Y Plum 1849 221 N. LIBERTY STREET COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND IT PAYS to attend A GOOD SCHOOL Positions Secured for Graduates New Classes Forming Now in the fol- lowing courses: BOOKKEEPING GREGG SHORTHAND ACCOUNTING JUNIOR SECRETARIAL SENIOR SECRETARIAL TEACHER TRAINING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ENGLISH CIVIL SERVICE Day and Night School Open All Year Call, Write or Phone Plaza 1241 for Catalogue E. H. 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