Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1936
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In this, the first year book with which any of us has ever been
connected, we have aimed to do just two things: first, to attain an
annual that is not just an annual, and second, to please you, our
readers. To achieve the first of these aims, we searched far and
wide through other school publications, considered all their ideas,
and then made this book original. To accomplish the second
and far more important aim, pleasing you, this june 1936 FORESTER
is a glorious combination of that originality, a bit of continuity and
smoothness, and a great deal of enthusiasm and hopefulness. Hope-
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S E N I O R S
CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES
Iris the fond wish of each and every member of the
Class af 1936, that we show our gracious adviser,
Miss Donrs. VIRGINIA CHURCH, by this humble
token, a portion of our acltniration, our respect, and above
all,' our appreciation. We herein express our admiration
for the fine example she has set for all, our respect for her
sterling leadership of our class, and our appreciation for
her invaluable aid in all our projects to the end that we
saw them to a successful finish.
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MR. WENDELL E.
WELCOME, MR. DUNN!
Proud of the fact thazt we are the first June Class to
be graduated since Mr. Dunn began his administration,
we, the june Class of 1936, designate this page to the
welcome of our new principal.
JUNE FORESTER 19
MR. ALFRED P. SCOTT
MISS SOPI-IIE M. BECKER
Miss Becker, dean of girls, serves in a capacity similar to
that of Mr. Scott. We doubt if many of the girls have
found any better friend on the faculty than Miss Becker, for
she is one who is always ready to lend a helping hand in all
types of activities.
MR. ALFRED P. SCOTT
In our vice-principal, Mr. Scott, the school as a whole
and the boys in particular find a helpful adviser and a staunch
friend. His clear-sighted vision always has a favorable in-
fluence on the decisions that have to be made by pupils during
Miss Som-us M. BECKER
F a C u l t y
Wendell E. Dunn, A.M.. . . . . . . . Principal
Alfred P. Scott, A.B. ........ ,.,..,,. . . Vice-Principal
Sophie M. Becker, A.B. ..,.,.,..., . ,,..,... . . . .Special Assistant
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT
Headgwilliam K, Ymum, A.B- Head-Grover William Norris, A.M.
Edgar Bull Sophie Becker, A.B.
Stanley L. Heylmun Latimer A. Dice, A,.M.
Thomas L. Young William H. jolly, B.S.
Florence R. Lane
Hester C. Whitfield, B.S.
DEPARTMENT PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Head-Jessie M. Ehaugh, A.B. DEPARTMENT
Irene Roe, A.B. Head-Rex H. Sims
C. Melville Anderson, B.S.
Lucy Elizabeth Hyde
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Lucy Holms Journeay, B.S.
Eloris V. El1lUI'Cl1, 25- ADMINISTRATION
a A. W 0 ey, B. . - A
Blanche M. Rm, AS. gggglgyggjggfi
GRAPHIC ARTS DEPARTMENT Neva Lewis Coxen, BHS'
Nora V. Brainarcl, B.S.
Nellie S, Norris ATTENDANCE OFFICER
Ivan Byron Rigby Bessie B. Gates
10 JUNE EORESTER
Head--Angela M. Broening,
A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Margaret M. Chase, A.B.
Gladys Benson Eger, A.B.
Ruth Hudson, A.B. P
Elizabeth M. Jones, A.B.,
Abraham Le Schack, B.S.
Ivan Byron Rigby
Virginia Shaffer, B.S., A.M.
Etta W. Smith, B.S.
Alta E. Thompson, B.S., A.M.
Fannie C. Wright, B.S.
Menetta E. Koenig, B.S.
Head-Edwin L. Frederick, A.B., Ph.D'.
John F. Burger, Jr.,
W. Melville Childs, B.E.
Mildred H. Fleischman, A.B.
Henry G. Hirsch, B.S.
Mfildred A. Hutt, A.B.
Ruth A. Kramer, A.B.
Joseph L. Krieger, A.B., LL,B.
John W. Musselman, A.B., B.S.
Acting Head-Alfred P. Scott, A.B., A.M.
Grace D. Broening, A.M.
Florence M. Layman
Florence Levinson, B.S., A.M
Henry B. Waskow, B.S.
Elizabeth Ridgely, B.S.
Anna C. Miller, A.B. i
W. Woodruff Marston, A.B.
Luther A. Cooper, A.M,
H. Chester Whitney, A.B.
William W. Wood, Jr., A.B.
1936 JUNE FORESTER
B.S., A.M., Ed.D. ,
Michael C. Leipholz
-Gladys Mitchell, B.S .
Madeline M. Thompson
Samuel Goldsmith, B.S.
F. Adele Grote, B.S.
Rosetta F. Harfeld, B.S.
Mary E. Wells, B.S.
Catherine E. Freimann, A.B.
Edward H. Goldstein, B.S.
Alice A. Elcas
Head-Otto K. Schmied, A.B., LL.B.
James F. Moore, A.B., A.M.
Ruth E. Ruhe, A.B.
Mary B. Sabine, B.S.
Vivian R. Boughter, A.B., A.M.
Genevieve P. Butler, B.S.
Nora A. Stoll, A.B.
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Cnly the Seniors can realize what it means to be a
participant in a graduation. There is continuous hust-
ling, preparation, rehearsals, and long hours of miscel-
laneous duties. The June Class of 1936 was fortunately
able to present a successful play, and we hope for a fine
None of these things would have been possible with-
out the invaluable aid of certain people on the faculty.
Miss Genevieve Butler made the Seniors sing as they
had never sung, Miss Nora Brainard contributed the
scenery painting, Miss Smith made the play the success
that it was, and Mr. Yocum supervised the making
of scenery. ,
A cheer for Helen whose calm serenity has a soothing effect upon
her companion! Her dreamy eyes and artistic temperament have
captured the hearts of many.
Art Club Z, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Four Square Club 35 Opportunity
Club 3, 45 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3.
"Andy', is an all around girl if there ever was one. She has a
charm all her own and is sure to be a success in whatever she
Art Club 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 2, 3g
Opportunity Club 3, 45 Inter-class Athletics.
Forest Parlcis champion cheerer, as is evidenced by his lusty sup-
port of our teams.
-I. V. Ice Hockey 3, 45 Class Representative 1, 25 Inter-class Ath-
letics 1, 2, 3, 45 Commencement Chorusg 35 Pep Assemblies'
A. A. Representative 1.
Beauty plus brains are hers-what more could you aslc?
Opportunity Club 3, 45 Coaching Certificates 45 junior Prom
Committee, Non-Athletic Award5 Inter-class Arhlericsg Minor "Fug
Major "F", Leaders' Club 4.
"Full many a flower is born to blush unseen."
Commencement chorusg Chemistry Club.
Leroy is an all around high school boy with a standard worthy
Art Clubg Opportunity Clubg German Clubg Craftsmen Club,
Inter-class Athletics, Board of Student Representatives, Forester
Staffg Soccer, Section Class Oflicerg Committee.
Bill is the "brain trust" of Forest Parlc. His continuous boasting
has won him this name. But, true to his title, he has carried out
Boxing Club 3, 45 Baseball, Inter-class Athleticsg Boxing Team.
Helen's capacity for friendship, her utter sincerity, and her splen-
did executive ability are qualities which have drawn many people
Opportunity Club 3, 4, President, 45 Four Square Club 3, 4,
Secretary 45 Chemistry Club 45 Latin Clubg Major "F", 35
Inter-class Athleticsg Commencement Chorus 4, Leaders' Club 4.
This gentle, blushing maiden avows that "Absence malces the heart
Latin Club 2, 35 Opportunity Club 35 J.5 Four Square Club
35 Art Club, Inter-class Athleticsg Minor "F",
The things which impress all those that meet Shirley are her utter
franltness and that New York Accent.
Masquers 35 German Club 35 Chemistry Club 45 Four Square Club
3, 45 Inter-class Athletics 4.
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Danny has won a permanent place in the hearts of fellow students
through his athletic and scholastic ability.
A. A. Representative 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, City Champion 2, V.
Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4, Major "F", Inter-class Athletics
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary of A. A., Senior Play Ticket Committee.
MARY LOUISE BANNISTER
Mary Louise's kind and gentle character has won a place in our
hearts. She exemplifies the maxim, "Still waters run deep."
Glee Club 3, 4, Four Square Club 3, 4, Athletics.
C. ROBERT AVERY Q
Bob's good disposition and personality should be of invaluable as-
sistance in his future work.
Opportunity Club, Leaders' Club, Radio Club, J., Junior
Prom Committee, Open Forum, German Club.
Margaret's ready smile and pleasing dimples are just a sample of
the attractiveness of her personality.
Four Square Club 2, Home Economics Club, 3, 4, Chemistry
This ambitious business man has two excellent tools with which to
make his way in life namely, a good head and an industrious hand.
Latin Club 2, Opportunity Club 2, 3, Secretary Z, Chess Club 4,
Inter-class Athletics Z, 3, 4.
"As merry as the day is long" is the perfect description of jo,
nothing ever seems to worry her. Her good nature and attractiveness
are an essential part of our group.
French Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Four Square Club 2, 3, 4,
Latin Club 2, Art Club 2, 3, Glee Club Z, Inter-class Athletics 2,
3, 4, Major NF".
WALTER EARL BADER
"Foolery doth walk about" when Walter roams the halls.
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Leaders' Club 3, 4, Oppor-
tunity Club 2, 3, 3, Ethical Club 1, Senator 1.
S. DEMAREST BEERS
This hard-working, handsome, blonde boy will go far as he has
the knack of acquiring friends and keeping them.
Art Club, Fencing Club, Stamp Club, German Club, French
Club, Senior Play.
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Art ub 3 b 3, 4, SL I- , , 5 class Ath-
letics 2. 3, . 'L F,
ICTOR R. BELSINGER
Victor is one of those fellows who are often seen but seldom heard
Although modest and, retiring, he has always cooperated fully in
our projects and often brightened a dull period with his witty remarks.
Student Representative, Coaching, Boxing Club, Inter-class Athletics.
may -AA,-as-win-1+-aa A-ef
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Joseph has consistently shown his loyalty to both school and class.
Coaching 2, 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 3, 4, Banquet and Prom
A super scientist and a master chemist is our golden voiced Ralph
who just entered our school and has already made a high place
Art Club, Glee Club, Chemistry Club, Radio Club, Step Singing
RHODA BERKOW '
Rhoda's constant good humor is an outstanding feature of our class.
Inter-class Athletics 2,-3, 4, Basketball year team 2, Minor "F",
Art Club 2, Chemistry Club 4.
ELIZABETH M. BOND
If you appreciate a good sense of humor, a joke well told, or
fine qualities of leadership, then acquaint yourself with Elizabeth,
she possesses all these characteristics.
Leaders' Club 4, Opportunty Club 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Art Club I, 2, Glee Club 1, , Varsity Basketball 4,
Non-Athletic "F", Four Square Club 4, Major HF".
I IRENE BERLIN
Irene ambition is to become a good dancer though her current
are in the line of talking.
Club, Press Reporter, Library Club, Inter-class Athletics,
Attractive and a bit sophisticated, Louise is one of the outstanding
Four Square Club 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4, Inter-
class Athletics, 3, 4, Assemblies, 3, Coaching 4, Minor "F",
Emily can always be identified by her ready smile, but what
would she do without her partner, Jane?
Art Club 2, 3, 4, 2, Inter-class Athletics, Step-singing
"Willie" possesses a quiet nature, but when one gets to know
him, one finds that he is a regular fellow, energetic and helpful.
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 3, 4, J. 1. 3, Ring
Committee, Radio Club 3, Assemblies.
ALMA L. BLATT
Although Alma seems to hold herself aloof, she really invites
friendship, and once this is gained, it is well worth keeping.
Art Club, Inter-class Athletics, Numerals, German Club, Minor
"FH, Chemistry Club.
Laura's laughter seems to bubble over from sheer good humor,
and yet she puts every available ounce of energy into her work.
Latin Club 2, 3, Four Square Club 3, 4, Leaders' Club 4, Oppor-
tunity Club 3, Major "F", Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Coaching
Certificate 3, Bronze D. S. Award, Coaching Director 4.
JUNE FORESTER 1936
Despite her talkative instincts, Helene has made a fine showing in
the field of scholarship.
Art Club 1, 2, 33 Chemistry Club 43 Inter-class Athletics 4.
Ann's contagious smile and sparkling personality will not easily
be forgotten by the faculty or the students.
J. 23 Press Representative 33 Library Cl 43 Art Clubg
Glee Club3 Opportunity Clubg The Press 43 F Advertising
Richard's drowsy appea e is mere a xse to conceal his
brilliant mind. 1
ll. 3g Inter-class Athlet Class Officer 2, 33 Class
Representative 43 Senior Farewe ance Committee 4.
Steady, loyal, helpful in every way-that,s Edward. We know
he will realize his ambition-to make a non-Stop flight around the
Boys' Opportunity 23 Class Representative 23 Inter-class Athletics
1, 2, 3.
Zelda is eternally good natured, sincere, and cheerful no matter
what the situation.
Latin Club 2, 3, 4g Chemistry Club 43 Coaching Z3 Minor "F,'g
Inter-class,.AAthletics 2, 3, 4.
. HENRY BUCI-IM
?'4llow than 'Butchn ' o find. His entire class
wi e mber him o is good, sportsmanship and his willing-
ness to! s' tp eryth' . '
Oppo it lub x?ilQQbrs' Club f l 5-.tt-5'-. 3, 43 A1 -
Club 43 xing Club 3, 43 ter-clas ' h tics ,ff ' ? -- 3 om-
mitteeg Press 2, 4.
"Chick" has succeeded through athletic and scholastic powers
in winning the esteem of his fellow-classmen.
Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4g Major "F"3 Forester Staff 43 Ethical Clubg
Chemistry Clubg 33 Vice-president Senior Class 4g Junior
Inaugural Assemblyg Leaders' Clubg V. Basketball 3, Captain 33
Sub-Senior Class Officer.
Minnie, our star athlete, has caused many exciting minutes as she
exhibited her powers on the gym apparatus.
Latin Club 23 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4.
Hard working and obliging, Roy is a fine fellow and welleliked
by his host of friends.
Inter-class Athleticsg Commencement Chorus.
VAN NESS G. BULLOUGH
Despite the English appellation, Van Ness is a reliable and de-
pendable fellow with a broad sense of good fellowship.
J. 2, 33 Boxing Club 33 Opportunity Club 3, 43 Inter-class
Athletics: Boys' Leaders' Club.
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Margaret, who is always willing to lend a helping hand, can be
depended upon to adapt herself to any situation.
Art Club5 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Opportunity Club 35 Leaders' Club
45 Varsity Hockey Z, 3, 45 Varsity Volleyball 2, 35 2, 35
A coming statesman, Everett is one of our outstanding debators5
and to top it all, he is a fine actor and a hard worker.
Boys' Leaders' Club5 Opportunity Club 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Open
Forum Club 1, 2, 3, 45 President 35 Masquers 3, 45 Ping Pong
Club 3, 45 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Coaching 3, 45 Chemistry
Club 45 Assemblies5
Many people behold in him the friendliest of fellows. His per o 1
ality guarantees him success. , i
Latin Club Z5 Senior Playg Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 45 I ass Qfvby
Athletics I, Z, 3, 45 A. A. Representativeg Art Club 6! DJ
ROBERT COCHRANE '
"Touchdown" Cochrane's exploits in sports are wel own His
Varsity Football 4, Varsity Soccer 3, Varsity Track 3, 4, Inter
broad shoulders and fine personality have made him ia popular boy.
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class Athletics 3, 45 Ethical Club 45 Boxing Club 3, '
MILDRED CHALK JJ C
Mildred is distinguished as a gifted pianistg but her greatest gift
is saying what she thinksg and this blonde Forester is a very good
Minor "F"5 Non-athletic 'Fug Glee Club5 An: Club5 Orchestta5
J. 1.5 Inter-class Athletics5 Opportunity Club5 Chairman of Step-
C BLANCHE COHEN
er ngsfmurh, but we are sure she'll be missed by her
VaIsH1,fBa-ketba 5 ' Volleyball5 Inter-class Athletics5 Art
Club 15 M ' 'C'
No class could function properly without Frieda's persistent cheer-
fulness and willingness in helping to fulfill its tasks.
Press 35 Club Editor 45 News Editor 45 Arr Club 2 35 Masquers
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Gilda i known as the 1 with the most graceful hands in Forest
Parkg in addition she has good thinking qualities to dictate to them
Art Club Z5 Commencement Chorus. .
One look at Matilda will explain why gentlemen prefer blondes.
Any of her classmates will vouch for "Til's" abundance of personality
Varsity I-Iockeyg Hockey Year Teamg Inter-class Athletics5 Oppor-
tunity Club5 Major "F"5 Four Square Club5
With a ready smile and a joke for everyone, Louise has easily won
the hearts of many ,Forest Parkers.
Inter-class Athleticsg Volley Ballg Basketball 3, 45 Glee Club 4.
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THELMA COLEMAN ,J
As in the case of most girls, Thelma is made of "sugar and spice
and everything nice." She is fine and true in all things.
J. 3, 4: Home Economics Club 45 Inter-class Athletics Z.
"Rick" is one of the most colorful figures in the school. We
can't help but like him.
Varsity Ice Hockey 3, 45 Varsity Baseball 45 Inter-class Athletics
1, 2, 3, 45 Senator.
"They also serve who only stand and wait." Ola's faithfulness has
proved her loyalty to her friends and the school.
Biology Cltib Z5 Art Club 25 35 Home Economics Club 3, 45
This young lady has worked hard for the school. She is well
known in the class for her friendly smile and general nonchalance.
Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Four Square Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 35 Home
Economics Club 45 Commencement Chorus 45 Inter-Class Athletics
2, 3, 4, J- J- J-
Bert is concrete proof of the old saying that "good things come
in small packages." A ready wit and a good friend is the impres-
sion he makes nd u lds. '
Orchestra 5 nter-class Athleticsg ommencement Chorus.
MARG ET :J ai?
arg 's vivacious and li . r have won her many
0, frie .
if logy Club i ar Club 25 Major "F"5 Home Economics
3, . . 5 Four Square Club 45 Latin Clubg Inter-
Despite his evident lack of study, Marvin receives some of the
highest marks in the senior class and is well liked by all.
Latin Club l, 5 Art Club 1, 25 Chemistry Club 45 Ping Pong
Club 45 Inter-class Athleticsg V. Ice Hockeyg Golf Teamg Boys,
Coachingg Chairman Gift Committee 4.
" FRANCES CROOKS
' "Fran" possesses those outstanding qualities char will be of aid
to her in whatever s e plans for the future.
tlClub 1 , . . 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Inter-class Athletics.
M MURIEL COSTER
ur l 's wonderful girl and one that we will all miss. She
his er ality, popularity, and perseverance, three undeniably fine
u i s.
rack 2, 35 Inter-class Athletics5 Library Club 4.
,John doesn't wait for fortune to shine down upon himg he goes
out and seeks it.
Boys' Opportunity Club 2, 35 Track Team 2, 35 Art Club 25
Section Ofiicer 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Class Representative
45 Coach 4.
1936 JUNE FORESTER
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Nothing seems to worry Victor except thinking up wise cracks.
His "artistic" ability, as witnessed in the Jubilee, will certainly make
him famous in the realm of the melodrama.
Ethical Club Z, 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4, 4.
Ingram is a modest chap whose knowledge of many different sub-
jects has earned him the title of the "Human Encyclopedia."
Art Club, Glee Club, J. J. J., Commencement Chorus.
Probably our leadng exponent of the terpsichorean art, Ruth is
known to all for her nimble feet and constant humor.
Glee Club 3, Four Square Club 3, Inter-class Athletics 4, Chemistry
Club 4, J.
BETTY DE BOIS
Betty of the raven tresses is one of our best athletes as well as
a most capable worker.
Hockey varsity 2, 3, 4, Basketball varsity 2, 3, 4, Volleyball
varsity 2, 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Opportunity Club 4, Track
Z, 3, 4, A. A. Representative 2, 3, Forester Staff 4, Major "F",
J. J. 3. .
The school is really worried as to what to do without this out-
standing member of our orchestra.
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Z, 3, 4, J., Ethical Club lg
Track 1, 2, 4, Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 4, Non-Athletic Award
3, 4, Soccer I.
JEANNETTE DE MILLE
Jeannette's carefree spirit and pleasing manner have made her well-
liked by all who know her.
Home Economics Club 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics, Basketball 3,
Hockey 4, 3.
Marvin's ability as a photographer has been well displayed. He
has been known to shout, "My kingdom for a camera!"
'I Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Ofhcer 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Forester Staff 4,
.Senior Play-Reading Committee, Section Class Ofiicer 2, Chemistry
Kitty has that certain something that goes with natural blonde hair
and sparkling blue eyes.
Art Club, Glee Club, Four Square Club, Inter-class Athletics,
Kathlyn is one of the best sports we know and the most loyal
friend anyone could have.
Opportunity Club 3, 4, Four Square Club 2, 3, 4, Home Econ-
omics 3, 4, Art Club Z, Inter-class Athletics, Varsity Hockey 2, 4,
Volley-ball year team 3, 3, Major RFU.
Fred's specialty is chatter. I-Ie's a blonde henrtbreaker with a
Inter-class Athletics, Junior Varsity Ice-Hockey 3, 4, Commence-
ment Chorus, 3.
JUNE FORESTER 1936
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Bill's dependability, efliciency, personality, ancl perseverance mark
him as one of the true leaders of Forest Park.
Student Presidentg Leaders' Club, Presiclentg Senatorg Sub-Junior
Class Presidentg Press, Associate Editor, Coaching, Latin Clubg
Mgr. Basketball team, Bronze D. S. Award.
KENNETH CYRIL DRAKE
"Ken" is our budding Paderewski. He hasn't been around here
long, but we know all about the grand way he can "tickle the ivories."
Glee Club 4, Opportunity Club 4, Vice-president 4, Masquers'
Club 45 Invincibles 4, Step Singing Committee.
BLANCHE De VINCENTIS
Although she doesnit say very much, she makes up for this by
her interest in her fellow classmates.
Art Club lg Glee Club 1, Biology Club 3.
Leora is a petite, vivacious red head whose charm and unfailing
humor have made her many friends.
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 25 Latin Club 3, 45 Inter-class Ath-
letics, Chemistry Club 4.
SAMUEL NELSON DIENER
Sam is Forest Parkis super salesman. Actually a good student,
Sam spends much of his time in amusing the members of 's clas
and in hunting ads for the Forester. gfzfbiylf
J. 3, Press 3g Chemistry Club 4, Inter-cl ew
ESTHER ELLIOTT -
Esther is a very charming girl who possesses these u
-intelligence, poise, loyalty, and modesty.
Coaching 45 Swimming Club 4, Four Square Club , nter-class
Athletics 3, 4, Ping Pong Club 43 Vice-Presidentg Chemistry Club'
Numerals. 1 i
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Here is a boy with a charming manner all hi own a a rhis
chievous twinkle in his eye. ' ,
Opportunity Club 35 Inter-class Athletics 3, 4g Latin ub 2.
Calvert, with that never failing smile and sense of humor, is always
ready to lend a helping hand in any project about the school.
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Coaching 3, 45 J. 3, Non-athletic awardg
Catherine is easy to get along with and is a well-liked member of
her class. Her ability to make friends and keep them is one of her
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4, Tennis.
B is the jovial r of o ss. ver here are
re arks being made, he su e H .- f m,
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"Ginny" is one of our fair and lovable blondes whose charming
personality has attracted and held the attention of many admirers.
Glee Club, Vice-president, Art Club, Inter-class Athleticsg Minor
"Fw, Hockey Year Team, Latin Club.
Both modesty and amiability make up Lily's character, which in
turn makes up a grand sport,
Art Clubg German Club, Glee Clubg Coachingg Inter-class Ath-
Shirley is a clever little artist whose beautiful charcoal drawings
are well known to all.
Art Clubg Inter-class Athleticsg Commencement Chorus.
Here is little Audre the " etitef' However this hrase seems
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untrue when one sees Audre "strut her stuff" in the mnasium.
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Inter-class Athleticsg Glee Club.
Beverly, the song bird of Forest Park, is just as sweet as her lovely
soprano voice. We're going to be proud of our "Bev" because her
success in the musical world is assured.
Art Club, Latin Clubg Glee Clubg Inter-class Athleticsg Oppor-
tunity Clubg Coaching.
Althw r fseemb quiet a a bit shy, she is actually a
very co e ia an in .
Latin Club, Art l Fqu CI T oachingg Inter-class
"F" is for the frankness which Frieda possesses and for the faith-
fulness which she shows toward her many friends.
Art Clubg Inter-class Athletics.
What would we do without our vivacious, quick-witted Margaret?
Her humor and personality are welcomed by everyone.
French Club, Glee Club, Leaders' Clubg Inter-class Athletics, I
Masquersg Ring Committee, Coaching Senior Play.
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A pleasant smile, a grand disposition, a true pal-all these things
rolled into one, describe Annabelle.
Glee Club, Latin Club, Library Club, German Club, Opportunity
Clubg Inter-class Athleticsg Coaching.
Although Leon is usually quiet, his marvelous wit makes us all
sit up and take notice.
Athletic Representative 1, 25 Coaching 4: Inter-class Athletics
l, 2, 3, 4g Track Team Z.
JUNE FORESTER 1936
Elizabeth's dark eyes and southern drawl make her a very delightful
specimen of the sunny South.
Art Club5 Glee Club5 Inter-class Athletics.
To those who know her, Ruth will always be remembered as a
fine and sincere person. Her quiet charm and gracious manner
always impress those who meet her.
Chemistry Club 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 2,f3-rOpei1 Forum
Club . I i 1 JDM Joi.
K s NLEY GORDON Fox
Stan and his fid are hxtures at Forest Park. He is a good
student, a better than average athlete, and a fine fellow.
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Non-Athletic Awarcl5 1.5 Ping Pong
Club 3, 45 Forester Staff 45 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin
Club Z5 Boys' Coaching 3, 45 Chemistry Club 4.
Dorothy's ability to do things well should assure her future as
it has established her reputation in the past.
Student Activity Bank 35 Forester Staff 45 Non-Athletic Award 45
Chess Club 45 Inter-class Athletics 1, Z, 35 Varsity Hockey 25
Major "Fug Senior Ring Committee5 Assemblies.
Roberta is the little girl with the energetic ambition to graduate
with all "E's".
Masquers 25 Inter-class Athletics Z, 4.
Whenever someone wants a discussion of intellectual interest,
Frank's name is sounded. His motto is, "Education makes the man."
Inter-class Ath ics 1 Z, 3, 45 Basketball 35 Asse lies.
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' is t otic ember ' c sp, o has made many male
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ry - u ' r , ortunity Club 35 Inter-class Ath-
, 3 5 Minor "5 Nu als5 A. A. Representative.
"Di s"' ui smil a nt disposition have always been
e 'den c ucia moments.
Club5 GI u ' Latin 5 Art Clubg Inter-class Ath-
As the old saying goes, Helen has personality plus. Although she
has only been at Forest Park for a short time, she has made a good
name for herself.
. Art Club, 3, 45 Four Square Club 45 Gift Committee.
C1ilda's gay and sunny disposition matches her golden hair.
Art Club l, Z5 Glee Club 45 Library Club 45 Inter-class Amh-
letics l, Z, 3.
Though Bernice is very susceptible to laughter and is usually found
smiling, she is always ready with her sympathy and help at all times,
Gift Committee5 Art Club 25 Inter-class Athletics 25 Numerals5
Tennis Z, 3, 45 Track 2, 3.
A true exponent of the art of tennis. He has repeatedly shown
his ability and loyalty by his stellar performance on Forest Park's
Tennis 2, 3, 45 Inter-class Athletics Z, 3, 4.
Charles is very unassuming5 but when it comes to the topic of Forest
Park, he claims to be one of its most loyal sons.
Ring Committeeg Inter-class Athleticsg Baseball Team.
"Still waters run deep,', applies to Selma. Her quiet personality
will leave a deep and lasting impression on her fellow Forest Parkers,
Biology Club 3, 45 Library Club 4g Inter-class Athletics 3, 45
Press Reporter 45 Section Class Ofhcerg Coaching.
Sophie's quiet distinction arfd rare qualities are the key-notes to
Coachingg Art Club 1, 25 Glee Club 15 Opportunity Club 45
Class Officer 4.
Here is a worker if ever there was one. In the office, cafeteria,
and schoolroom, she can always be found busily carrying out her
duties. Her motto is "Service.',
Leaders, Club Z, 3, 45 Viceapresident 45 Farewell Assembly Com-
mittee5 French Club 2, 3, 45 Four Square Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity
Athletics 3, 4g Forester Stalf5 Major "Fug 35 Non-athletic
"Fug D. S. Bronze Award.
BETTY LEE GOETZKE
Her attractive and infectious smile have won for her the esteem
Art Clubg German Club, Commencement Chorusg Inter-class
DOROTHY WILLIAMSON GRAHAM
There is something in "Dot's,' smile that -seems to be a magnet
for friendship and popularity.
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Varsity Volleyball 35 Varsity Hockey
45 Senior Dance Committee5 Major "Fug Hockey Year Team.
Wherever we go, whether to a game, a play, or a boxing match,
"Albie" is always there lending his splendid support to the school.
Commencement Chorusg Track 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Inter-class
Athletics 1, 2, , Athletic Representative 3.
Bw PEGGY GRAULICH
Pe ya ra tib rowess has shown itself ma y time both in and
out sch l.
ic Club 4 Archery and Fencing Clu g Masquers
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"She walks in beauty"-was Charlotte Byron's inspiration?
J. 1, Z5 Art Club l, Z3 Glee Club 1, 2.
Mildred is reaching the goal which she has set for herself by ad-
hering to her high ideals.
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, Jubilee Chorus, Chemistry
Club 45 Inter-class Athletics.
jean is a winsome lass with a temperamental disposition and a
Flare for poetry. If ,
Glee Club 25 Art Clg'2TdfcJ.N'f'i3?Tnter-class Athletics 2, 4,
Home Economics Club 4. f ' ' ,- 24?
Dorothy is a shining star in scholarship and amiabiliry. She
takes an active part in school activities and is a willing worker.
Leaders' Club 4, Secretary 4g Opportunity Club 35 Secretary 3,
Latin Club, Four Square Clubg Art Clubg Minor "Fwy Forester
Staffg Glee Clubg D. S. Bronze Awardg Coaching.
STANLEY GREENBLATT I J, jf
Despi is meek - h . - tmey is? e mosf
des . .,,, u p -- ' ' r of broken chemi try
lab a . us . ,WY e efhist ry of our school. S
Stamp ub lg e istry Clubg Biology Clubg Inter-class Ath-
letics 2, 3, 4.
FANNYE JEANE HARRIS
Whether you want to buy something or not, Fannye jeane's sweet
but firm persistence will always succeed in selling you her product.
Her energy as a super-salesman is unparalleled.
Open Forum Club 3, 4, Masquers 2, 3, 49 Press 3, 45 Music
Appreciation 43 Opportunity Club 3, 4, Art Club 23 Leaders'
Howard's theme song might well read, "News, News, my gossiping
friends, I've wonderful news to tell!"
Editor-in-Chief of the Forest Park Press, D. S. Bronze Awardg
Trackg Opportunity Clubg Inter-class Athletics.
jane's artistic ability rates high as can be seen by her talented
contributions to the school.
Art Club 1, 2, 3, 43 29 Glee Club 25 Inter-class athletics 3, 4.
Walter, otherwise known as the misguided intellect, has a marked
ability for breaking test tubes in the chemistry laboratory. In spite
of this one colossal fault, he is one grand fellow.
Assistant Ice Hockey Manager 2, 3, Assembliesg Commencement
Harvey is a swell fellow with a heart that is as large as he is tall.
Boxing Club: Art Club, Glee Clubg Inter-class Athletics, Track
Tenmg Lenders' Club.
Dynamic, sparkling with an irrepressible love of life describes
Art Club Zg Home Economics Club 4, Library Club 4g Inter-class
Athletics 2, 3, 45 Ping Pong Club.
hflollie has a quiet charm and a natural grace that seem to draw
people to her.
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3g Art Club lg Jubilee Committeeg
Commencement Chorus, Chemistry Club 4g German Club 4.
ALAN D. HECHT
In our editor-in-chief we find a fellow who is always ready to enliven
his surroundings with attributes of personality, originality, and
Editor-in-Chief of the Forester 4, Vice-president of Sub-Senior
Class 4, Feature Editor F. P. Press 4, Assistant Manager Ice Hockey
33 Manager 43 Assistant Manager Soccer 2g Chemistry Club 43
Leaders' Club 4g Chairman junior Inaugural Committee 33 D. S. A.
Pledge 4, Non-Athletic "Fw 4, Major "F" fManagerl 4g Coaching
Jessie sometimes gets lost in the crowd, but she always manages
to come out on top. As a conscientious worker and a loyal friend,
she is certain to be a success in life.
Latin Club Z, 3, 4 Four Square Club 3, 4, Major "Fug Interclass
Athletics 2, 3, 4, Opportunity Club 3, 4, Commencement Chorus 4,
Student coach 3, 4g Ping Pong Club 4.
AUDREY HEINZ A
Audrey's ability, sincerity, and sunny disposition have brou
many a friend to her side. A
Camera Club 49 Interclass Athletics 2, 3, 4g J.,j.
JAMES HOLLEY W' l
Good old "joe" is a perfect jokestet but as ne friend as any
one could have. His infectious grin and dynam mile make him
a great ladies' man.
J. 2, 33 Inter-class athletics 2, 3, 4.
DOROTHY A. HEINZ
Dot is faithful, understanding and helpful to the end, and we all
admire her individuality.
Art Club 1, 25 Inter-class athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Commencement
Chorus, Assembliesg Minor "F", '
CHARLES HOLLYDAY , i
The lad who has gained a noteworthy, placlyarrf Afifellow
classmates is Charles. Everyone knows m to and rue.
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4g J. g - ce!'l, 2,3 Crafts-
man's Club 3, Commencement Chorus ' '
Dan, with his excellent musical ability is in constant demand to
present his art. He has served the school long and well.
Inter-class Athletics 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Art
Club 2, 35 Boys' Leaders' Club 3, 45 Non-Athletic Award, D. S. A.
Pledgeg Biology Club 2, Senior Play.
Lillian is a good studentg moreover, she is thoroughly dependable
and works conscientiously for her school.
Opportunity Club, Varsity Hockeyg Coaching, Inter-class Ath-
letics, Junior Prom Committee, II., Senior Play.
MARION ROBERT HORAN
"Windy" is the quick-witted quarter-back of the football team.
He's the man who knows football like a book and can use his
J. V. Football 3, Captain 33 Baseball Z3 J. V. Basketball 33 Foot-
ball 43 Ethical Club 23 Leaders' Club 43 Ice Hockey 43 Inter-class
Athletics 2, 3, 4g J. J. 3.
Modesty and quiet simplicity are Elizabeth's invaluable possessions.
German Club3 Commencement Chorusg Glee Club.
Distinguished by ability in many lines, Audrey takes as
one of the most outstanding students in our class.
J. 3, 43 Junior Prom Committee3 Inter-class Athleticsg
It is evident to all that Edna is as true as het eyes of blue.
Ar: Club 1, 2, 33 Glee Club 43 Inter-class Athletics.
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" nnie" gamble anythi t might come his way.
l gamlyd at anyon o has n wn him will not forget his
X ppy s il and fi qNj:3owl. .
Ethicaqwelub kxigriss 3g Itakw, 3, 43 Art Clubg Inter-class
Athletics. ' W 1 K
Miriam has two fine attributes: her big brown eyes and a heart
which has endeared her to all.
Art Club 1, 23 Inter-class Athletics 1, Z, 3, 4g Major "F",
CARROLL S. HUTTON
Carroll breathes the air of lofty heights. He's always ready to do
his part3 all have continuously enjoyed his fine singing.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Leaders' Club 3, 43 Camera Club 3, 4g
J. J. J. 3, 4 Soccer l, Za Opportunity Club 2, 33 Tennis 2.
Have no fear of the future, Sadieg for if you continue as you are,
you will be a leader, loved and respected.
Opportunity Club 3, 43 Art Club 2, 33 J. J. J. 23 Chess Club 43
Press 3, 43 Inter-class Athleticsg Forester Staff 4g Minor "F"3 Com-
Frances is an energetic worker with plenty of good ideas for het
class and school.
Art Club 1, 2, 33 Press 3g Open Forum 3, 43 Masquers 2, 3, 43
Music Appreciation 43 Chemistry Club 4.
E. LEE JETT
His amiable disposition and pleasing personality are the reasons
for Lee's popularity, or is it his blond hair?
Varsity Tennis 3, 4g Inter-class Athletics I, 2, 3, 43 Ethical Club
4g German Club 43 Open Forum 43 Athletic Representative 2, 3.
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Although Alan has only been in Forest Park about a year and
a half, he has achieved many enviable records.
Boxing Club, Section Class Oflicerg Trackg Inter-class Athletics.
"Katzenova" Katzenberg is one of the best liked members of the
senior class because of his genial nature.
Ethical Club 3, 45 Varsity Soccer 3, 43 Ping Pong Club 43 Inter-
class Athletics Z, 3, 43 Class Representative 2, 3, 33 Art
Club 3, 4.
"Ginny's" sparkling eyes certainly do radiate friendship and a fine
Art Club, Inter-class Athleticsg German Club, Glee Club' them- ,
istry Club. M- 5 ax ' yt x 5,
ALLYNE KATZENSTEIN ,Y-. cnt
Combine a bit of fun, some seriousness, a sunny mitio: and
you have Allyne. -'XA'
German Club 3, 45 Inter-class matics 2, 35 Commencement
Juanita is a very quiet girl, but what she says usually goes for much.
Art Club, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4g Chemistry Club 4.
Harry is a truly sincere fellow. He is a good sport and faithful
in whatever he does. His object in life is to make himself of service
Ethical Club 3, 43 Inter-class Athletics 2.
NANCY LEE JUELG
Nancy Lee's pleasing personality and winning smile have made her
a true Forester.
J. J. J. 3, 4g Girls' Opportunity Club 49 Leaders' Club 45 Art
Club 2, 35 Home Economics Club 3, 4, Four Square Club 3, 45
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4, Junior Day Committee, Commencement
Now, Elliot is our chemistry expert but who knows, some day his
curiosity and endurance may lead him to a great height.
Stamp Club lg Ping Pong Club 3.
Estelle's jolly temperament and jovial manner have been important
factors in her success at Forest Park.
Chemistry Club 49 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4, Commencement
Chorus 43 German Club 4. ,
Eugene is an excellent scholar who finds time for many hobbies.
Press, J. J. J.g Senior Play Committeeg Inter-class Athleticsg
Senior Play, Art Club, French Clubg Stamp Club.
JUNE FORESTER 1936
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Edgar is a leader, not only in the Art Club, but he is also out-
standing in many other lines around the school.
Art Club 2, 3, 4g Senior Play Scenery Committee 4g J. J. J. 2, 3, 4.
MARGARET JANE KIMBLE
Take a look arounclg and you'll see Jane as an athlete, leader, and
a great pal. She is charm and grace personified.
Secretary of Sub-Senior and Senior Classg Latin Clubg Opportunity
Club 3g Glee Club 3, 4s Leaders' Club 3, 43 Four Square Club 3, 43
Minor "F"3 Inter-class Athleticsg Prom and Banquet Committee
4, 1. J. J. 3.
Personality, rhythmic dance steps, and originality are all present
in one girl, our own "Kelley,"
Latin Club 23 Art Club 2g Farewell Dance Committee 4g Inter-
class Athleticsg Opportunity Clubg Volleyball 3.
Persuasion on his tongue, a twinkle in his eyes, and leadership in
his heart, are the only words we can use to describe "Al".
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3g Track Tea 1 Z3 V. Football 2,
Opportunity Clu 33 Leaders' '43 C Prom and Banquet
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Frank is another one of our carefree seniors. Wherever we see
the largest crowd and hear the loudest noise, we are sure to Find him.
Commencement Chorus3 Inter-class Athletics
John is a genuine son of Forest Park. He is willing to help anyone
and to let anyone help him.
Ice Hockey 3, 43 Inter-class Athletics 3, 43 Commencement Chorus.
Rose is one of our laughing, dark-eyed classmates whose gay
remarks have upset the equanimity of many a class.
Art Club 23 Library Club 4g Fencing Club 3.
Albert hails from the sunny South and is not half as slow as his
Inter-class Athletics l, 2, 3, 43 Craftsmen Club 2, 3g Radio
A remarkable blond youth with an eternal desire to have fun,
is our scholar and athlete, "Ernie".
Varsity Ice Hockey 2, 3, 43 Varsity Golf 4g Coaching Certificate 33
Major "Fug Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4g A. A. Representative 2.
FRANCES RHEA KLEIN
One of our youngest classmates, this smiling little friend has, in her
quiet manner, proven herself a leader.
Press 3, 43 Associate Editorg Bronze D. S. Award 43 Leaders
Club 43 Opportunity Club 3, 43 Masquers 2, 3, 4.
1936 JUNE FORESTER
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"Al's" versatility in athletics, scholastic ability, and club work
plus his pleasant grin have made him well-liked by all .
Track team, Soccer Z, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 4, Opportunity Club
3g Leaders' Club 4g Ethical Club 2, 3, 49 Bronze D. S. A.,
3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 43 Ring Committee.
Margaret is a shining star who can always guide her classmates
through darkness to success.
Senior Inaugural Committee, Coaching 43 Opportunity Club 3, 4,
Leaders, Club 43 Biology Club 33 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4g Press 23
Class Olricerg Minor NF".
WILLIAM E. B. KLINEFELTER, JR,
Bill and his camera are a familiar sight around these parts, I'Iere's
to you! We know that you and your photos will go far.
Camera Club 2, 3, 4g Vice-president 35 Ethical Club 3, 45 Glee
Club 4, Forester Stal? 4.
It is so confusing, so everyone agrees, as to who and which is
Dorothy--or Beverly, if you please.
Inter-class Athletics 1, Z, 35 Art Club 1, 23 Glee Club 4g Home
Economics Club 3, 4, 33 Dorothy's sister 1, 2, 3, Q
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,RutT hose sw e , incer people whose friendship will
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Glee l l, 2, Latin Club Z, French Club Z, 2, Inter-
class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Four Square Club 3.
This sophisticated lady is the other half of two, she adds to the
confusion as all twins are bound to do.
J. 3, 4, Home Economics Club 3, 45 Glee Club 4, Inter-class
Athletics 1, 2, 35 Class Representative 3, 45 Numeralsg Art Club 1, 29
Beverly's sister 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Easy come, easy go,', this motto of Irvinis, so expertly depicted
in his school life, renders him one of the most well liked and widely
known members of the senior class.
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, A, A. Representative 2, 3, 43
Chemistry Club 4g 1. J. J. 3.
DOROTHY LANE pw! "JB
How many times has a class room period been revived by Dorothy's
unexpected emotional outbursts?
Art Club 1, Z, 3g Inter-class Athletics l, 2, 3, Minor MF".
"Here are no storms, no noise, just good deeds."
Boys' Leaders, Club, Art Club, Track 2, Craftsmen Club 2:
J. Z, 3, 49 Coaching, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play
Kermit, our 'lmaster mathematicianf, can really accomplish things
when aroused. When not studying, he spends his time working
Chess Club 2, 45 Biology Club 1, 25 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4.
efliciently around the school.
JUNE FORESTER 1936
lVliriam's curly black hair and ready grin have endeared her to all.
Inter-class Athletics I, Z, 3, 43 Minor "Fug Art Club 1, 23 Glee
Club 13 Numerals.
Although Jane is practically a newcomer to Forest Park, she has
made many friends by her sincerity and her charming manner.
Art Club 43 Inter-class Athleticsg Commencement Chorusg Prom
and Banquet Committee.
A very prominent and attractive young miss, Jean spends ninety-
five per cent. of her time working hard for her friends, her class, and
Leaders' Club 3, 43 Managing Editor Forester3 Four Square Club
2, 3, 4g Chemistry Club 43 Opportunity Club 33 Art Club 1, 2, 33
Coaching 2, 3, 4g Chairman of junior Prom Committeeg Major "Fug
Varsity Basketball Z, 33 Inter-class Athletics.
ALDRA LESSN ER
In spite of her slow, graceful stride, she will achieve what she sets
out to accomplish.
Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Inter-class Athletics 1, 23 Art Club l.
Was Ruth first in line when brains were distributed?
Art Club 1, Z3 Student Bank 33 Opportunity Club 3, 43 Major "F"3
Non-athletic awardg Inter-class Athleticsg Section Class Ofiicer 3, 4g
J. j. 43 Senior Inaugural Assembly 4.
SARAH LE STOURGEON
Sarah's earnestness and helpfulness are vouched for by her many
friends with whom she has worked.
Inter-class Athleticsg Biology ClUbQ Commencement Chorus.
Miss "Penny-For-Your-Thoughts" is absent never, early ever. Her
sincerity and perseverance make her well-liked by all.
Latin Club 4g Glee Club 43 Four Square Club 43 Intereclass Ath-
letics 2, 3, 4.
Helen is a girl who is always ready, willing, and eager to lend
a helping hand.
Inter-class Athletics, 3, 43 Numerals3 Chemistry Club 4.
jean disproves the statement, "Beautiful but dumb."
Secretary Junior Yearg Major "Fug Secretary Masquersg Archery
Club 43 Secretary Opportunity Club 3, 43 1.3 Inter-class Ath-
letics I, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play.
Ralph's good sportsmanship and pleasing personality are in pro-
portion to his large frame.
German Club 4g Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43
Commencement Chorus 4. 53
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New York's gift to Baltimore is Edythe, a sympathetic and de-
voted friend with a lot of personality.
Chairman Senior Play Reading Committee, Press Z, 3, Chemistry
Club 4, Masquers 3, Open Forum 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4,
Four Square Club 3, 4, J. 3.
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Here we have "Prof. London", the great question asker. This
inquisitive nature and other attributes assure his future success.
Inter-class Athletics Z, 3, 4, Fencing Club 3, 4, Art Club 2.
Like that of the bee, Irene's life is one of ceaseless activity. A
brilliant mind and an admirable bit of radicalism make her a vibrant
Latin Club 2, 4, Opportunity Club 2, Leaders' Club 4, Vice-
president 4, Four Square Club 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4,
Major "Fw, Senior Play Committee, 3.
W. NEWTON LONG, JR.
A giant of knowledge, a golden-tongued orator, and a polished
gentleman, all describe Newton -as one of the outstanding scholars
of the senior class.
Business Manager Forester, Chemistry Club 4, Boys' Leaders'
Club 4, Asst. Coaching Director 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Press 3,
J. 2, Bronze D. S. Award, Senate, 4.
Vivian's ability in athletics is well known by her classmates. Her
genuine sincerity and helpfulness are true assets.
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Four Square Club 4, Inter-class Athletics 2,
3, 4, Class Oflicer 3, Art Club 2.
I EUNICE LUBITCH
Eunice, always intelligent and gracious, is forever offering her
lassistance to the school. She is "true-blue".
Leaders' Club 3, 4, Opportunity Club 2, 3, Four Square Club 2,
3, 4, Glee Cl Z, French Club, 2, 3, 4, Coaching Certificate, Non-
Athletic "F" nter-class Athletics, Major "F", Forester Staff, D. S.
5, MARY LINK
At- Mar s a cl personality and a smile for everyone. If you
are ever need a good friend, look for Mary.
Latin Club, Glee Club 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4.
Elizabethys disposition is like honey-smooth and sweet.
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, Four Square Club 4,
Numerals 3, Commencement Chorus.
HARRY R. LOBE
Forgetful, yet brilliant, the rotund Richard is a super ping pong
player and a zephyr upon the ice.
Varsity Ice Hockey 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Representative 2, Boys' Opportunity Club 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4,
Commencement Chorus, Major MF".
"Mac", of the class's jesters, can be depended upon to do anything.
Here's hoping his slow drawl will carry him sailing through life.
Latin Club 4, Boxing Club 4, Inter-class Athletics 3, 4.
Qffdw Q l EDQARD MARGOLIS '
Jeanne is one of those vibrant personalities of our class and has
lent her artistic ability to the school on many occasions.
J. J. 4, Four Square Club 2, Art Club 1, 2, 3.
Rebecca's sweetness, sincerity, and willingness to help will long be
remembered by her class and school.
Section Class Officer 2, 'Open Forum 4, Step Singing Committee.
Sweetness plus a subtle sense of humor equals "Phyl's" personality.
Glee Club, Art Club, Inter-class Athletics
Besides an active mind, John has been gifted athletically as he has
been a member of three varsity teams.
Leaders' Club, Ethical Club, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Major "F", Ice
Hockey 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4.
JENNINGS 'M R
lhough Jennings' se quiet ubdued in class, he is actually
an a and sincer w W ever there is any work to be done,
s alw s wil' t ' full support.
Inter-c etics mencement Chorus.
"Laugh, and the world laughs with you" is Rae's motto. Although
we sometimes find her telling dumb stories, we usually like our
punster pretty well.
Masquers 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Art Club 2.
Max with that perpeual smile, so typical of happy-go-lucky
is a perfect exponent of "I Got Plenty of Nuthinf'
Boxing Club 3, 4, Ethical Club 3, Opportunity Club 3, 4, Masquers
3, Track 2, 3, 4, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4, Chemistry Club 4,
Open Forum Club 2, 3, German Club 3, 4, Ping Pong Club 3.
Ross's wonderful personality will bring him happiness and success
in life as it has already on the athletic field.
Varsity Football 2, 4, Varsity Basketball Z, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 4,
Ethical Club 3, Junior Varsity Football 4, Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4.
Because of his ability in sports and his alert personality, he has won
the admiration of his classmates.
Open Forum Club 3, 4, Opportunity Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3,
Latin Club 1, 2, Ping Pong Club, Glee Club 2, Boxing Club 3, 4,
Track Team 2, 3, Basketball J. V. 2, Football J. V. 2.
HARRY RAYMOND McCAULEY, JR.
A cheerful grin and a cooperative sport combine to make "Mac"
one of the best fellows we know.
J. J. J. 3, 4, Track Team 1, Z, 3, 4, Chess Club 4, Chemistry
Club 4, Stamp Club 1, 2, Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior
Play Scenery Committee 4.
1936 JUNE FORESTER
5 , BILL IVICCLEARY
Here is another one of our carefree Seniors who believe that slumber
is sweeter than toil.
Ethical Club 1, 25 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Baseball
Team 2, 35 Varsity Ice Hockey Team 2, 3, 45 Captain of Ice
Hockey Team 4.
Verals charm and personality are the reasons for her popularity.
Forest Park will miss her friendly smile and pleasing manner long
after she has gone.
Art Club Z5 35 Camera Club 45 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45
Chemistry Club 4.
AUDREY J. McCLURE
Her dexterous fingers have wrought many a thing of beauty.
Art Club , 3, 4' G e Club 2, 35 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45
Z, 3 ' N0 etic NPI.
' SHIRLEY MICHEL
S ' y i a o ng, modern miss with an airy viewpoint about life
Ar 25 nter-class Athletics Z, 35 Home Economics Club 35
il. . 35 Che 'stry Club 4.
If silence were golden, Gayle would be a pauper5 yet Gayle,
with her constant good humor, is one of the best liked girls in the
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 45 Inter-class Athletics Z5 Latin
Club 25 Opportunity Clubg Numerals5 Invincibles.
She is one person who never grumbles about her troubles, for she
doesn'r believe in worrying.
J, J. 35 Art Club 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Chemistry 45 Inter-
class Athletics 4.
Mason's long list of activities shows that he is in everything at
Forest Park. We know his curiosity will lead him to success.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chess Clubg J. J. J. 35 Radio Club 35 Oppor-
tunity Club 2, 35 Camera Club 3, 45 Craftsmen Club 35 Senior Play
FRANKLIN AUSTIN MILES
Franklin is one who does his job, does it well, and doesn't want
medals or glory for his work.
Camera Club 3, 45 Inter-class Athleticsg 4.
"Cutie" is everyone's friend. Her unusual ability and magnetic
personality are known throughout Forest Park.
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Non-Athletic Award5 Masquers 25 Opportunity
Club 3, 45 Leaders' Club 45 Ring Committee 35 Tennis 2, 3, 45
Volleyball 2, 35 Hockey Z, 3, 45 Bronze D. S. A.5 Forester Staff 45
J. Z, 35 Inter-class Athletics.
We wonder if the teachers will miss 1eanne's wise cracks as much
as we will.
Art Club 15 Masquers 15 Inter-class Athletics.
JUNE FORESTER 1936
A shadow of our most capable musical instructor, Jean may be
found wherever there are musical activities.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Non-Athletic Award5
-I. 1.5 Opportunity Club 2, 3.
A friend to all, Lucille has a sense of humor, vitality, and every-
thing that goes toward making a grand girl.
Latin Club 2, 35 Inter-class Athletics5 J. 1. j. 3.
RUTH ANN MORGANTHALL
Ruth Ann is a little girl with a smiling face, a tinlcling laugh,
and a heart truly "Four Square."
Leaders' Club 45 Opportunity Club 3, 45 Four Square Club 2, 3, 45
,Secretary 45 Vice-President 45 Chemistry Club 45 Art Club 1, Z, 35
, V35 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Coaching 1, Z, 3.
' . ' MARGUERITE MUNROE
Qjjfzaslwayficapable and poised, she knows just what she wants to
ff aqhleve and reaches her goal by a great steadfastness of purpose.
I7 Home Economics Club 2, 4.
Because of her genuine honesty and sporting diposition, she is
well-lilted both by class and school.
Biology Club 2, 35 Fencing Club 3, 45 Archery Club 45 Art Club 35
Latin Club 3, 45 Glee Club5 Opportunity Club 45 Coaching 2, 3, 45
Inter-class Athletics 3, 45 Varsity Hockey 3, 45 Major "F',5 Senior
Play Ticket Committee. L' 1 1 CIJQ-,u,c,l4,,
ANN MYERS guy. nm-Xu-A-J
Ann is a girl with a great disposition. She is quiet but by her
pleasing manner has cultivated the friendship of many.
Chemistry Club 45 Inter-class Athletics5 Commencement Chorus.
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Herb is a hard-working and sincere fellow. Flis ambition in life
is to be a good and faithful servant of the Lord.
lfnter-class Athletics5 Commencement Chorus, Senior Play.
MARCIA E. NEFF
Marcia will always be remembered for her lcind and unselhsh
assistance to students, both new and old.
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Coaching Staff 45 Home Economics Club5
j. 2, 3, 45 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45
Non-Athletic "Fug Publicity Committee for Senior Play.
Although small in stature, petite Dorothy malceg K being
large of heart.
Home Economics Club 45 Inter-class Athletics 25 Chemistry lub .
jerry is the kind of girl everyone lilces because of her cheerfulness
and sunny smiles. Besides this, her faithfulness and sincerity malce
her welcome in all circles.
Commencement Chorus5 lnteraclass Athletics.
Alvin, with his dependability and efficiency, is a true
always aiming toward improvement of our school.
Latin Club 35 Opportunity Club 2, 3g Leaders' Club
4 g Press
Staff 3g Coaching Certificate 2g Boys' Coaching Director 43 Cabinet
Student President 45 Bronze D. S. Awardg Senior Play.
Besides her feminine attractions, Betty is one of the
and most versatile members of our class.
Leaders, Club 3, 45 Four Square Club 2, 43 Varsity
Opportunity Club 3g Art Club 23 Chemistry Club 45 M
Coachingg Prom and Banquet Committee.
Helen's chief charm lies in the fact that she is so completely
natural and sincere.
Art Club 25 Four Square Club 3, 45 Home Economics Club 3, 4g
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4g 3.
Joliet High School in Illinois certainly did do us a fa
it sent us Joan,
Swimming Club 45 Four Square Club 45 Costume Committee for
Senior Play 4g President, Ping Pong Club 45 Chemistry Club 4.
Even though Margaret has a weakness for evening gowns and parties
she has an excellent sense of humor and a grand disposition.
Glee Club 25 Latin Club 25 German Club 3.
Tactful and capable of handling all situations, our
Julia is destined to succeed.
Home Economics Club 3, 4g Commencement Chorus
DONALD SPOER ER ONNEN
Donald, a steadfast leader, has found truth in the saying, "What
is done wisely is donc well."
Boys' Opportunity Club Zg Treasurer of Leaders' Club 3, 4:
Treasurer of Model Craftsmen Club 2, 33 Camera Club 23 Senior
Ca inet mber., I
I X X pri-1 ow1NGs
u is au 'ng a ie in whom we suspect a touch of the
A .2, lg ing 35 Inter-class Athletics 43 J. J. 3.
Jean's loyalty and sinc 1 are hard
makes her outstanding w. -ver she A
Art Club 2, 3g Four S are Club Z,
3, 4g Chemistry Club 49 'me Economics k
June's favorite motto is 'arie'
certainly lives up to it!
Glee Club 4g German
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Jean is one girl who is willing to help anyone. All who lc
her know she is a swell classmate and a fine friend.
Inter-class Athleticsg Glee Club 4.
Margaret is always willing to accept responsibilities no m
how busy she isg but with all, she is pleasant and amiable.
Leaders' Club 3, 45 President 45 Director of Girls' Coachin
Opportunity Club Secretary 35 Varsity Hockey 2, 45 Major '
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 I. J. J. 35 Latin Club 25 Four Sq
Club 15 D. S. Award 4.
"jack" is a lively Forester who is a credit to the saying, "G
things come in small paclcagesf'
Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Four Square Club 45 Opportunity Club
Ping Pong Club 4.
Adelaide's friendly giggle and willingness to cooperate have
her many friends.
Latin Club 25 Opportunity Club 3, 45 Fozur Square Club
Hockey Year Team 45 Coaching 2, 3, 45 Minor HF".
Morris has a rare sense of humor and a sparklin it that
him as one of the class's most jovial members.
Chemistry Club 45 German Club 45 Inter-class, letics , 3
Coaching 3. j
MILDRED REA' ,P
"Millie" is lcnown throughout the school for rfea
charm. We shQ always remember her for her simp y an le
manner toward all. I
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 J. J. 1. 3, 45 Inter-class Athleti J
25 Chairman Costume Committee of Senior Play 4.
Imagine a personage tiny of size, but mighty of mindg and
visualize Wilbur. He is our "big, little man."
Radio Club 45 Chess Club 45 Inner-class Athletics 3, 4'5
men Club 45 2, 3. QQ WN!
JEAN RENNIE f
jean is quiet enough among strangers, t K ose wg? r
know her can appreciate her lively nature.
Art Club 25 Home Economics Club 45 Inter-class Athletics Z, E
Four Square Club 3.
Here is a 'mall package of dynamite who is r
' versatility. When 'er f i 36
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helped mm to gain many frienc
"ter-rl Athletics 2, 3, 45 Bc
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Gladys's quietness does not mean that she is lacking in ability.
Art Club 4, Open Forum Club 45 I. J. 3.
MARY LEE ROSE
"A rose by any other na e is still as sweet" is an old proverb
wh rl ts J my
u , 1, 29 o rn.encementfQheggyInte
2, 3, 4.
Fred is a quiet, good-natured fellow, gentle as a lamb, with
Senior Play Publicity Committee 4, Art Clubg Inter-class Ath-
letics 2, 3.
BERNARD L. ROSEN
The rosy-cheeked Bemarcl, though he presents a youthful appear-
ance, has mentality and spirit which rank with those of the most
Inter-class Athletics l, 2, 3, 43 Art Club 33 Chemistry Club 4g
Latin Club 2.
John is a happy-go-lucky optimist and also the "worry wart"
of the class.
Football 3, Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Re resentative
l, 2, Craftsmen Club 25 Hi-Y Club, 2. E J i 6 5
RALPH ROSENHEIM Lf l ,
Ralph certainly leads the way as one of the lm t c 'v members
of the senior class.
Opportunity Club Z, 3, Leaders' Club 3, 45 Latin Cl g'Seni
Farewell Assembly Committee, D. S. Bronze wardgf ing
2, 3, 49 Chemistry Club 4. V .
A lovely voice, a pretty smile and a charming personality all help
in making Carolyn the grand person that she is.
Latin Club 23 Art Club 23 Four Square Club 33 Inter-dass Ath-
letics 2, 35 J. J. J. 39 Glee Club 3, 4.
Marjorie is a demure little girl, with a sweet smile and a sunny
dominating all who know her with a natural gift of wit.
2g German Club 3, 4, Coaching 35 Chemistry Club 43
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3.
"For he,s a jolly good fellow which nobody can deny", fittingly
applies to Kemp.
Art Club 1, 2 Latin Club lg Senior Play Property Committee 4,
J. J. J. 3.
The youngest, yet one of the largest in stature in our class, Bill is
athletic and scholarly.
Track 3, 4, Varsity Soccer 43 German Club, Inter-class Athletics.
JUNE FORESTER 1936
Whenever Sylvia is around, all are assured of a hearty laugh and
a grand time.
Art Club 1, Z, Commencement Chorus 4.
Anne is always looking for new worlds to conquer, her success is
Biology Club, Secretary 2, President 3g Junior Day Committee 3g
Opportunity Club 3, President 4, Girls' Leaders' Club 4, Press Staff 4.
To all who know her, Rochelle is a friend who can't be beaten.
Opportunity Club 3, 45 Coaching Certificate 35 Chess Club, Treas-
urer 4g Press 43 Play Reading Committee.
Mildred 'tis said, is responsible for many a bleeding heart in Forest
Home Economics Club 4, Commencement Chorus.
Ruth, in her sweet, smiling way, has become an inspiring leader and
a true friend to all.
Leaders' Club 4, Opportunity Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4,
Inter-class Athletics 3, 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4, J. J. J. 3, 45
Ring Committee 3.
, Betty is a demure little somebody, shy, sweet, and a bit independent.
Art Club 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 43 German Club 3, 4, Vice-president
4, Coaching Certificate 4, Non-Athletic Award, Opportunity Club 3, 4.
Kathleen's silent demeanor and gentle character make for her a
spacious niche in the senior class.
Library Club 45 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, Art Club 2, Commence-
ment Chorus 4.
M BEVERLY SANDY
J Jdwfolleberly is, as her record shows, an outstanding athlete and an active
Art Club 2, Varsity Basketball Z, 3, 4, Major "Fug Representative
2, 3, 4, Volleyball 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3.
Nancy's clever ability as a writer and poetess, along with her charm,
should really bring her success in the world.
Press, Feature Editor 4, Opportunity Club 3g Latin Club 1, 35
Numeralsg Forester Staff 4, Leaders, Club 4g Non-Athletic "F",
Aside from being one of the intellectual masters of our class, Irving
has proven himself to have abilities in many fields.
Boys' Leaders' Club 4, Boys' Opportunity Club 3, Open Forum
Club 1, Z, 3, 43 Masquers 4, Chemistry Club 4: Senior Inaugural Com-
mitteeg Non-Athletic "F",
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Here is one of Forest Parlc's "brain trusters," especially in the line of
history. Wherever there is a debate or argument, he is usually in the
midst of it.
Open Forum Club 3, 45 Ethical Club 45 45 German Club 45
Chemistry Club 4.
Bancroft's "eccentricities" have earned her the reputation of being
unusual, but isn't every genius unusual in youth?
Art Club 1, Z, 3, 45 German Club 15 Glee Club 3.
Ralph is one of the class's most likeable fellows. Whenever there
is something to be done, his cheery manner is sure to help carry the
German Club 45 Chemistry Club 45 Inter-class Athletics 45 Mas-
Martin proves the old maxim "Silence is Golden", to perfection.
Soccer 1, 2, 3, 45 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Ethical Club l, Z, 3, 45
Boxing Club 45 Basketball 2.
Judah is one of our favorite pals. A great lcidder, he can talce a good
Joke with a happy smile.
Chemistry Club 45 Ping Pong Club 45 French Club 15 J. J. J. 35
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4.
Nathan, whose ambition is to rival P. Nlorgan in the held of
finance, is certain to succeed in the business world.
Ice Hockey 1, 2, 35 Track 2, 45 Latin Club 25 Open Forum Club
45 3, 45 Masquers 45 Inter-class Athletics5 Chemistry Club 45
Ethical Club 4.
How fortunate is she who possesses the magnificent quality of
Glee Club 45 Masquers 45 Archery Club 45 J. J. 35 Inter-class
Athletics 2, 3, 45 Opportunity Club 4.
CALVIN SC WARTZMAN
' ' e 'o vi i a ood athlete and
a 's ndid student.
I -c s Atliletics 1 22, 4 Boxing Club 5 Chemistry dub 45
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CECILIA SCHOEN f
It is s a '.- - o .5 A -5- erous and charming, but
"Peggy,' i a excepti . - t 1 former o these,
Fencing and Archer b 45 Pin P ng Club 45 Home Economics
45 Chemistry Club 4, .'..fv:fiA,1 Open Forum 35 Swimming5
Golf5 Inter-class Athletics 2, - 5 quet and Prom Committee.
Richie's artistic talents and scholastic standing will make a place
for her in the world as they have already done at 'Forest Park.
Art Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Opportunity Club 45 Leaders' Club 45 D. S.
Bronze Awardg Non-Athletic Award5 Forester Staflg Coaching 3.
JUNE FORESTER 936
Rita is a girl never to be forgotten. Her obliging manner and sin-
cerity make her the wonderful person she is.
Art Club 49 Chemistry Club 49 Opportunity Club 49 J. 1. 39
Open Forum Club 49 Tennisg Golf 39 Swimming 3, 49 Non-Athletic
Award9 Step Singing Committee 4.
It is said music hath charm, so hath Edith. Along with this charm
is a tendency to carry on, which should carry her far.
Inter-class Athletics 2, 39 Commencement Chorus.
Although Emily cannot always be seen, she is usually heard and in
an interesting manner.
Latin Club 19 German Club 3, 49 Treasurer 49 Art Club 19 Inter-
class Athletics Z, 3, 49 Minor "F"9 Chemistry Club 45.
"joe" is a nick name that stands for one of the finest and most
active fellows any of us has ever known.
Ethical Club 49 Basketball V. 39 3, 49 Open Forum Club
49 Ping Pong Club 49 Inter-class Athletics I, 2, 3, 49 Chemistry
Club 49 Latin Club Z9 Track Team 1, 49 Masquers 49 Art Club 1, 2.
Bruce is one of the members of our class who goes about his job
in a quiet manner and usually succeeds in his purpose.
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 49 Boxing Club 49 Junior Prom Com-
mittee 39 3, 49 Boys' A. A. 1, 3, 4.
ALBERT LAWRENCE SHERMAN
Versatility is a remarkable quality belonging to Albert, who has
shown outstanding ability in many fields.
Orchestra 49 Masquers 49 Opportunity Club 49 Leaders' Club 4g
J. 3, 49 Track Team Z9 German Club9 Minor "Eng Non-Ath-
letic "F"9 D. S. Bronze Award: Camera Club9 Ethical Club
Becky's heart and size are completely out of proportion because the
former far exceeds the latter.
Art Club 1, 2, 3g Track9 Inter-class Athletics9 Prom and Banquet
Committee 4g Minor NF".
Short an stocky, Herbert has proven his tennis ability, as well
as other abi ties, V his two successive years as captain of the tennis
Var' en Team , 2, 3, 49 Chemistry Club 49 German Club
9 A lu 29 Int ass Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4.
XSIVR s1NA SERIO
Roes arm and affability have assured her position as one of
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ost popular girls of our class.
Leaders Club 3, 4, Student Court 4g Student Activity Bank 39
Opportunity Club 29 Senate 49 Non-Athletic "F"9 Senior Farewell
Gold comes by good fortune9 a good disposition is a gift of natureg
and in Florence, nature certainly has out-done herself.
Arr Club l, 2, 39 Chemistry Club 49 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4.
Stanley, a flash on the ice, was chosen as a member of the All-Mary-
land Ice Hockey Team for the past two years. He also rates high
among his classmates.
Ice hockey 2, 3, 4g Major "F" 2, 3, 45 V. Football 45 Chemistry
Ilub 45 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4, J. J. J. 3, Art Club 23 Coach-
ing 3, 4. ,H 3 I M
ANNE SPEAR A R' T 3 'j,M,vt,Q-,
Vitality and charm are only part of "little Anna's" personality, as
those who really know her can readily attest. '
Art Club 1, 25 Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 J. 33 Home
Economics Club 3, 4g Glee Club 43 Latin Club 1, 2. '
Millard comes and Millard goes. Impeccable and urbane, he is
a perfect example of what the best dressed man will wear.
J. 3, Intereclass Athletics 1, Z, 3, 4, Commencement Chorus.
"What thou art, we knqw not," can readily be applied to Kenneth,
whose accomplishments cover such a wide field.
Freshman Football, B Squad Football Team, Varsity Soccer Team,
J. 35 Boxing Club 43 Scenery Committee 4.
Betty is doubly blessed by the fates. Not only does she possess
a winning smile, but she also has a scorn for worry that keeps her
Art Club Zg Home Economics Club 3, 43 J. J. J. 2, Camera Club 45
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Minor "F",
' MEYER STEIN
Meyer's 73 inches of fun make him almost as tall as some of his
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Commencement Chorus 45 German
We can only say, "Happy are we that she has been in our midst."
Leaders' Club 3, 45 Opportunity Club 2g Glee Club 2, Art Club 23
Latin Club 3, 43 Coaching Z, 3, 4g Sub-Junior Treasurerg President
Sub-Senior and Senior Class, Student Court 4g D. S. Award, Var-
sity Volleyball and Hockey, Major "F",
We have been wondering how one person could possess so much
intelligence and such an abundance of wit as does "Bee".
Art Club lg Glee Club 1.
Mary is one of many people who believe that "Silence is the best
ornament of women". Her calm, unruflled manner is refreshing.
Latin Club 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 Open Forum Club 2, 3, 4g
Glee Club 2, 35 Coaching 3, 4g Numeralsg Inter-class Athletics 1,
2, 3, 4.
JOHN P. STEPHENS
John, with his car, is quite a familiar sight around the campus.
Here's hoping that he rides smoothly through life.
Inter-class Athletics 1, 2, 3, 4g 2, 3.
JUNE FORESTER 1
Melvin is a fellow who likes to have a good time by working on
some project about the school. Not only does he work hard, but he
also works well.
Art Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Inter-class Athletics 2, 35
1. 2, 4.
A SELMA TALLES '
With iiashing black' eyes, and a brilliant smile, her attractiveness
is more than complete.
Art Club 1, 23 Glee Club 23 Inter-class Athletics Z, 3.
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ILUAAA, . IRVIN STRAIN
Here is a great guy who supplied half the fun of the class and
ho was always ready to lend a helping hand at the first request.
Track 2, 3g Inter-class Athleticsg Stamp Club 23 J. J. J. 2.
' e. secret of success is constancy of purpose," and this trait is
dcled in Rowland s character
p ortunlt Club 4 unior Prom Committee 3 Glee Club Z 4
P ' Y s J ' ' s . 4
J p Forum Club 43 Ethical Club 4g German Clubg Chemistry Clubg
. . . .
"Kitty's" odd and naive remarks are a vital part of her sunny
Art Club 25 Home Economics Club 3, 43 Four Square Club 33
Camera Club 4' . . . 3' Inter-class Athletics 2 4. f
I ,J'i A TERL i W
Here iwwh has always worked industriously for his friends
as well as his school.
Art Club 3, 45 Radio Club Z, J. J. J. 3g Inter-class Athletics, Ger-
man Club 45 Chemistry Club.
Dorothy is one of the fairest seniors that ever t these ancient
halls of learning.
Art Club 2g Inter-class Athletics 2, 3.
4 PHYLLIS TILLEY
Phyllis's London accent is the envy of everyone. A very garrulous
young lady, she is quite brilliant and energetic.
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y Melvin is an industrious boy with a wi e ange o mtere ts.
M t t some a he will r lize is ambition, to enlighten
furt r t e eld of ' . ' it
ommenceme , - etics' erman Club 4.
HALL E. TIMANUS
Who will ever forget Hall's stirring oratory, his strong magnetism,
and his extreme vitality?
Football 2, 3, 43 Ice Hockey 3, 45 Opportunity Club 23 Leaders,
Club 3, 4, President 4g Track 2, 3, 43 Student Vice-President 3.
1936 JUNE FORESTER
Dave is one of our best business men with a football physique and
a winning smile.
Manager of Soccer Team, Forester Staff 4, Inter-class Athletics
2, 3, 4, Ping Pong Club 43 Commencement Chorus 4.
MARY ANNE TROLINGER
Mary Anne is a "little bit independent in her walk" and "a little
bit independent in her talk", but is she easy on the eyes?
Coaching 23 Home Economics Club 4g Art Club 2, Inter-class
Athletics l, 2, 3, 4.
Paul i good friend and a swell pale--very frank and straight-
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D sity Foozfall , 4.
W' X MYRA TUCKER
r 's most outstanding characteristics are talent, brilliance, at-
tr tiv ess, kindness, and a bit of sophistication.
Ger an Club 3, 4g Glee Club 43 Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4.
Marian's sportsmanship, not only in athletics, but also in everything
she attempts, has earned her the reputation of being strong, upright
Opportunity Club 4, Four Square Club 3, 4g Glee Club 3, 49 Inter-
class Athletics 2, 3, 4, Hockey Year Team 3.
ROY TURN EY
If a goal is scored or a hit is made, Roy is bound to have figured
in the play. He is athletically prominent and not lacking as a
Varsity Ice Hockey 3, 43 Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4, Inter-class
Athletics 2, 3, 4.
"Treg" thinks her tap dancing is almost as good as Bill Robinsons
The funny part about it is that her dancing is really good.
Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 45 Library Club 2, 4, Ping-Pong Club 4.
EMMA VOSS 5
"Em's" cute little figure is a perfect model for her smart clothes.
Arr Club 25 Chess Club 4g Inter-class Athletics, Commencement
Although Paul is quiet and unassuming, he is liked by everyone
who knows him. His aims are accomplished by that very trait of
Inter-class Athletics 2, 35 Commencement Chorus.
Vera is known everywhere for that contagious laugh that scatters
trouble as a west wind scaters leaves.
Art Club Zg 3, Inter-class Athletics 2, 39 Camera Club 4.
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Whenever you want a good answer, call on our pretty, unsophisticated
lslasquers 3g J. J. 33 Home Economics Club 43 Inter-class Ath'
letics 3, 4.
Stan is a great fellow and a hard worker in school activities. He
is not only a good scholar but a swell basketball player.
Ethical Club 3, 43 Basketball 4g Opportunity Club 43 Baseball Mana-
ger 43 Inter-class Athleticsg Major NF".
Although Doris is a quiet, soft-spoken person, she is really as
good-natured and fun-loving as anyone could possibly be.
Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 43 Open Forum Club 43 Senior
Play Committee 4. L
I ' ,EVERETT W TZEL f
" ' ie', ng leader in - has put its trust.
ot all 2, 3, 43 ,Soc 2, , 23 aseball 43 Leaders'
Club 7 3, 43 Forestgmflf ress 2, , 43 Bronze D. S. Awardg
43 Student Vice-President 4.
Dick possesses "the smile of salesmanshipn. His theme song might
well be "Your dime is my dime".
J. V. Football l, 2, 33 Inter-class Athletics 1, Z, 3, 43 Ethical
Club l, 2, 3, 43 Leaders' Club 43 Senior Class Treasurer 3, 43
'Giairman Ticket Committee Senior Play.
M5 V93 Wig' EDITH WIENEKE n
8?Uhere'er you walk, therlight of beauty is shed'.' "Edie" is the
rin of our heart, and rightly so
J. 33 Art Club 23 Inter-class Athletics 2, 33 Home Economics 3.
BERTRAM HENRY WASKEY
Bertram admits that one thing he has learned is never to speak
sense when nonsense will do.
Scenery Committee 4g Radio Club 43 Chess Club 43 Camera Club 33
Inter-class Athletics 3, 43 Announcement Committee 4.
U0 MZQAM-N ALAN WINNER
ongated friend, Alan, has that remarkable quality of cool-
eaded ss, as he so well illustrated by his first aid work for the
J. 33 Property Committee, Senior Play3 Inter-class Athletics
l, 3, 43 Masquers lg Art Club 13 Football First Aid 4.
CHARLES R. WATSON
Such a winning grin as Charles possesses is a gift of the gods.
It has won him many friends3 surely it will continue to do so.
Track 1, 2, 33 Inter-class Athletics 3, 43 Senior Play 4.
Doris's blonde beauty has made her the answer to gentlemen's
prayers and the fulfillment of the saying "Gentlemen prefer blondes."
Art Club l, 2, 33 Glee Club 23 Inter-class Athletics 1, Z, 3.
rj I ,Q,A nl...
MARION L. SMITH
- POLLY WORME
Polly is just a small bunclle of femininity with a big heart and
a gracious smile.
Art Club 1, 25 Glee Club 23 Home Economics Club 3, 4g Four
Square Club 3g Inter-class Athletics 2, 3, 4g 3.
Erwin is the lad, who is usually found anywhere in the school from
the stage to the shops.
Vice-President Radio Club 3, President Radio Club 4g Chairman
Scenery Committeeg Chess Club 45 Craftsmen Club 35 Chairman
Scrap Boolr Committee 33 Chairman Farewell Assembly Committee 4.
With the South in her soul and her bright flashing eyes, who can't
this crooner tantalize? .-
Glee Club 1 25 Vice-presicle 4g 1, 4 l'- W
tive Z, 3g I te lass t , , are ' ' ----- y 't
. D UK: DORIS ZINSER 6 ' 1 A , 51,0
Her sparkling e s and ever-ready smile hep I ne of
the sweetest girls in our class. -
Art Club 1 2g Inter-class Sports 1, Z, 3, 45 emistry Club 43 1
1 Step-Singing Committee.
CARVEL LOANE - 1918-1935
Senior Class Officers
JUNE FORESTER 1936
Marvin Coplan, Chairman
Bernice Gettier Helen Gaither
Dorothea Wailes Albert Kley
Mildred Chalk, Cfzairman
Rehecca Marshall Ralph Bolgiano
Louise Bowen Rita Sears
Doris Zinser Emily Blake
Margaret Kruger, Chairman
Irving Scherlis Ruth Lazinslcy
Margaret Burlcins Laura Breeden
Erwin Young, Clmirnmn
Dorothy Gotrschall Louise Xvolf
Ralph RK5SCnl1CIn1 CIYKIIYII ROgSf5
Edythe Lewis, Clmirnian
Marvin Davis Irene Lewis
Rochelle Rubin Miriam jacohs
Howard Greenwald, Chairman
jean Malamhre Mildred Hansell
Fred Riehl Marcia Neff
Mildred Rea, Clmirman
Richard Warreii. Cfiairnian
Daniel Austerlitz Irving Shapiro
Williaiii Anacker Ruth Morrow
Beatrice Stephens Henry Buchmaa
George Krill, Cjbdlifllldil
Kenneth Spreeman Edgar Keefer
Mason Meginnis Franklin Mi'
Harry McCauley W'iIscn Br.
Alan Wfinner, Chairman
Harry Lohe Margaret Quarles
Ola Conway Edna Ivarsen
PROM AND BANQUET
Alhert Kirwan, Cfmirniari
lfdith Wieiieki' Cecilia Schoen
Rehecca Sellers jane Kimhle
Betty Orrell .lane Leslie
.lames Ailcenhead joseph Benvo
UNE FORESTER 1936
. The 1936 June Forestor
Business Manager .....
Managing Editor. . .
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Write-up Editor ....
Circulation Manager ....,.......,..........
Feature Editor. .
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CAST OFUDULCY'-SENIOR PLAY
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Under the able leadership of its friend and adviser, Mr. Moore, the Sub-Senior Class has
gone far in its endeavor to uphold the high standards set by those who have gone before it.
Not only has the class as a whole responded whole-heartedly to each and every plan sug-
gested by the faculty and student government, but each member of the class as an individual
has conducted himself in a manner behtting the name that Forest Park has cut out for herself.
Wliile in school. a class is judged upon four points, namely: its Junior Day Assembly,
Jubilee, Forester, and Senior Play. The Sub-Senior Class has attained great success in the
first two projects, and will, according to all advance indications, come through with flying
colors on the last two mentioned activities.
Preridmt . EUGENE FEINBLATT
VlL'L'sPTL',fif1'C'Hf HELEN Eiciintnsnc,
Secretary DOROTHY EMICH
Tn-amrcr A .EDWARD COLEMAN
A SQ JUNE FoREsTER 1936
President ........ . . ,WiLLIAM MARVEL
Vice-President ..,,. ..,, Or TO GREINER
Secretary ..,,.. .,... B ETTY BROWN
Treasurer ......... ,4..........,.... D OROTHY BECKER
Sergeant:-at-Arms. . , .... MORTON FRENCH, LESLIE HARRISON
Adviser ..,........ .,....,.,..,.... M iss GLADYS MITCHELL
The three most significant events of the Junior year have come and gone. Nevertheless,
the accomplishment of certain goals by the class of June, 1937, has not slipped by unnoticed.
The combination of the earnest interest of Miss Gladys Mitchell, class adviser, and the hard
work and co-operation of all the class members has produced-first, the jolliest of Junior
Jubilees, second, the annual Arbor Day Assembly, and third, an unusual and highly successful
junior Prom. The prospect of a fast moving Senior term is now in view. If the beginning
of a job means anything, there is every reason to believe that the graduation in june, 1937
will close the high school career of an "accomplishing" class.
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President. . . ..... WILLIAM SARDELLO 5
Vice-President. . . ..,. L.iv1NIA WHITEHURST
Secretary ....... .,.,.,. . MARION DAVIS
Treasurer ,,...,..,. ,... .... W 1 LLIAM Discs
Sergeants-at-Arms .... ..,. A LBERT LUCKE, ALEX PAPPAS
Adviser ,A..,,.,,.A..,,..A.... ,....,. M R. HENRY G. HIRSCH
Seldom has the school been fortunate ' see a class organized in its Sub-Junior
Year. This February Class of 1938, however, has so many projects in view that they
are now well on their way to success as Seniors.
This class has adopted the cabinet form of administration of their activities. Under
Mr. Hirsch's excellent advisership, these Sub-Juniors can well expect a bright future.
54 JUNE FORESTER
CLUBS and ACTIVITIES
The Distinguished Service Award Recipients
LAURA BREEDEN DANIEL HEUBECK E. ALVIN NEWTON
WILLIAM DEPP ALBERT KLEY MARGARET QUARLES
DOROTHY GOTTSCHALL FRANCES KLEIN RALPH ROSENHEIM
HOWARD GREENWALD W. NEWTON LONG RICHIE SCURRY
DOROTHY HANSEN EUNICE LUBITCH ALBERT SHERMAN
ALAN D. I-IECHT MARIAN MEISER MARION L. SMITH
HALL TIMANUS EVERETT WETZEL
To those students in the Sub-Senior class who have rendered exceptional service for the
welfare and advancement of the school and its activities, the bronze distinguished service award
is given. This pin may be presented to six per cent of the class at the Senior Inaugural
Assembly. Only three per cent of the graduates are eligible to become the recipients of the
highest and linal honor, the gold award. The latter honor is bestowed upon the Seniors at
the Farewell Assembly, their last formal appearance before the school.
A committee, consisting of the advisers of each of the organized years, the presidents
and the senators of the Sub-Senior, Junior, and Sub-Junior classes, is appointed to determine
the recipients of these awards.
56 JUNE FORESTER
Student Activities Board
The Student Activities Board is a supervisory board composed of Mr. Dunn, Chairmang
the Vice-Principals, Miss Becker and Mr. Scottg four members of the faculty, Miss Jones,
Miss Wlioley, Mr. Schmeid and Mr. Simsg and the Student President, William Depp. The
Board meets weekly to discuss and regulate the extra-curricular activities of the school. This
board grants clubs their charters, supervises all student participation, budgets all funds earned
by and raised for extra-curricular activities and manages the student activities so that there
is no over-lapping of aims, nor conflicts of performances. This group is also the final judge
of the eligibility of the persons whose names are submitted by the committee for the Distin-
guished Service Award. the highest honor which a student at Forest Park can earn.
1936 JUNE FORESTER
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This group, presided over by the Student Vice'
President, Everett Wetzel, is the highest representative
body in our Student Participation Government. The
Senators are chosen each semester through nominations
and elections made by the home room classes. During
the past year, the administration suggested that the
Senate foster a desire for heautifying the building and
its surrounding campus.
IZA W. NEWTON LONG IOA DORIS IKENA
12 B LOIS KIRKWOOD I0 B EARL JONES
llA ROBERT FORD QA DONALD JONES
ll B E. STONESIFER OB HENRY XVESSFL
Board Of Student Representatives
The Board of Student Representatives is the group
which "bridges the gap" between the faculty and the
student. By means of this Board, the administration
can utallcw to the student. Reciprocally, the student
can "pour out his troubles" into a lcindly faculty ear.
Ar the beginning of each semester, a representative
of high calibre from each home room is chosen for this
duty. He must be a reliable persong for his duties,
while not hard, are very exacting. He must attend
meetings every Monday and at odd times during the
weelc. He must be able to report accurately to his
class the business transacted at the meetings.
This organization has developed into a highly efhcicnt
and powerful part of our school life. A new depart-
ment of this body is a detention system which penalizes
for offenses against Student Government. Those in
charge of this room are the student judges of the Court
who are appointed by the Student President. The Court
of 1936 will be remembered for its strength and initia-
tive in helping to better unpleasant situations in our
WILLIAM DEP? XVILLIAIVI Nl.ARVl'l,
MARION L, SlS'llTH CARROLL S. Hi ITTON
HELEN EICLIZLBERG EVERETT XV, Xvlfiliflfl.
JUNE FORESTER 1936 58
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Tlefllfy lest Park Press
nfl ,llv Editorial Board
lfditor-n-Chief HOWARD GREENWALD, '36
Acrorinte Editors , FRANCES KLEIN' '36
ALVIN FAINBERG, '37
Feature Editor NANCY RYTTENBERG, '36
News Editor FRIEDA CHANDLER, '36
Club Ifditor PEGGY FOX. '38
Copy Editor CHARLOTTE SCHWARTZMAN, 38
Ifxclvange lfzlitor .IUDITH COHEN, '38
Sporty Editor ALBERT SCHERR, '37
Aixistaut Sports lfclitor DOROTHY BAER, '37
Girls' c.'0dc'l7I7lg Director LAURA BREEDEN
Hojvi' ffoiiclring Dirrrtor E. ALVIN NEWTON
Boys' Axft Cfooclvirig Director VV. NEXVTON LONG, JR.
The Coaching systems are sponsored by the Girls'
and Boys' Leaders' Cluhs. Those students, who are
willing to help their schoolmates in their studies, volun-
teer to coach pupils who are failing or who are in the
danger zone. This coaching is carried on during study
periods, before and after school. The coaches receive
credit for their coachingg and when they have accumu-
lated a total of fifty points, a certificate is given them
as recognition for their services.
Student Activity Bank
Auditor, , EMANUEL ARONHIME
Paying Teller ROBINA ROETH
Bookkeeper THELMA KLAGES
Advifer MR. MICHAEL LEIPHOLZ
The Student Activity Bank is operated as a con-
venience for classes, clubs and special funds of the
school. In organization and routine, it is like other
hanks. Three students under the supervision of Mr.
Leipholz fulfill the duties of paying teller, boolclceeper,
and auditoci The paying teller malces out checks and
reconciles hanlc statements. The hoolclceeper keeps a
daily record of deposits and withdrawals and makes a
monthly statement which gives the halance of cash
on deposit. The auditor verifies all bank work daily
to check on mistakes. The position of receiving teller
is handled hy the adviser.
59 1936 JUNE FORESTER
Girls' Leaders' Club
Previaleril MARGARET QUARLES
LHR-Prnidclm 5 DOROTHY GOTTSCHALL
A 7 IRENE LEWIS
Serrelary DOROTHY HANSEN
Treasurer EUNICE LUBITCH
H X IVIISS SOPI-IIE M. BECKER
A"'V'f"'f MISS ADELE GROTE
l MISS RUTH KRAMER
The Girls, Leaders' Club is composed of those girls
who have distinguished themselves in trying to better
the school. It is the elective honor club for girls. The
club attempts to carry on a constructive program through
its many projects. Some of these during the past year
were the get-together for all the girls of the school,
the continuation of the club scrap-book, the "Big Sister-
Little Sisteri' plan, and the sponsoring of the girls'
Girls' Opportunity Club
President JANET LLOYD
Vice-President DOROTHY BAER
Secretary JACQUELINE PEDDICORD
Trearurer .IACQUELINE COONRAD
s MISS SCPHIE BECKER
Adviffff MISS RUTH KRAMER
l MISS ADELE GROTE
Since every member of the Girls' Leaders, Club must
hrst belong to the Opportunity Club, it is the purpose
of this organization to develop leadership. Extempo-
raneous speaking, debates, and socials are some of the
projects of the club.
Membership is limited to those girls who have shown
interest in the school by some outstanding service and
who have upheld the standards of scholarship and
conduct in the highest possible fashion.
Four Square Club
Presiderif NANCY l.IiIi jUIfI.G
Vice-Presizlerit RUTH ANN MORGANTHALI,
Secretary JESSIE I-IOLLENBERRY
Treasurer ANNA HEARN
Adnwn 3 MISS NORA A. STOLI,
I MISS FANNY G. WRIGHT
Every first and third Thursday of the month, the
Four Square Club, under the supervision of its advisers,
meets in room 121. The club stands for the preservation
of the high ideals and traditions of the school.
One of the most interesting programs of the past
year was the Christmas social at which several of the
club members presented a very amusing play. Another
interesting program was Dr. Mark Depp's talk on his
trip through Palestine.
JUNE FORESTER 1936 60
Boys' Leaders' Club
l'reinlenr HALL E. TIMANUS
l'm'-I':i-inlmi ALBERT KIRWAN
S .'.' yi-nm' RALPH ROSENHEIIVI
1'n'.oum DONALD ONNEN
. MR. AI.IfRED P. SCOTT
fl'l"""" MR. C. MISLVILLE ANDERSON
l DR. IZDXVIN I.. FREDERICK
The Boys' Leaders' Club is one of the outstanding
honor clubs in the school. The membership in this club
is entirely elective and is limited to those boys who have
shown some outstanding quality of leadership. The club
assumes the responsibility of preserving order in the
building and on the campus, of instilling a higher sense
of loyalty and responsibility among the students, and of
furthering the best interests of the school.
In addition to these regular duties, this yearls pro-
jects included a reunion. an outing, a joint banquet, and
a handbook for the members of the club.
Boys' Opportunity Club
Iwwiileuf BASIL HOLIVIAN
l'i.-e-Ilieiiilunr KENNETH DRAKE
.S .-.- rehny LEONARD SCHERLIS
'l're.moer 3 LEONARD I5ARDW'ELI.
1 MR. ALFRED P. SCOTT
flilfi-'fff DR. EDWIN i.. FREDERICK
I MR. c. Mutvittu ANDERSON
The Boys' Opportunity Club is a subordinate organi-
zation of the Boys' Leaders' Club. Tts main purposes
are: to encourage the proper attitude among those boys
inditierent to the best interests of the school, to influence
the right conduct of students on and off the campus,
to assist in all emergencies, and to help in all extra-
Ir is understood that membership in this organiza-
tion may lead to membership in the Boys' Leaders' Club,
provided the candidates assume all responsibilities to
the best of their ability.
l'riwiJef1! RICHARD XVARREN
I'i t'i'- 1'reinlenl EDXVARD COLEIVIAN
.Nrczetiirv ALIIERT KLEY
l':e.mm'r ALBERT DUKE
.'llI1'lH'I MR. HENRY G. HIRSCH
On Iiriday mornings, the Ethical Club is privileged
to hear various prominent men who are authorities in
their chosen fields. Hearing these men gives the mem-
bers of the Club splendid opportunity to profit by the
experience of others and also furnishes interesting enter'
The important thing in the Ethical Club is not
merely aiming at, but conquering high standards. The
essential habits prescribed for the members are coopera-
tion, loyalty, and clean sports for all.
61 1936 JUNE FORESTER
Previderit WILLIAM Kl,lNIiliIfl.TIfR
Virc-Prerideiit . MARVIN DAVIS
Secretary BERTRAIVI VUASKIYY
Azlviser MR. JOHN F. BURGIER, -IR.
The Camera Clulw was formed when it was found
that there was prevalent in the school a keen interest in
photography. Its purpose is to foster interest in photog-
raphy and its kindred sciences. At the weekly meetings,
talks are given pertaining to the subject. Hikes are
often taken for the purpose of photographing unusual
scenes. The cluh also takes pictures for other cluhs,
classes, and individuals in the school.
Prerideut FRWIN A. YOI ING
l"ire-Prerideiit BERTRAM WASKHY
Serrelary DAVID HDXVARDS
Aflvirer MR. TFIOIVIAS I., YOUNG
Because of the distinction of being one of the oldest
cluhs in the school, the Radio Cluh holds a very prominent
position at Forest Park. Ar one time, the cluh had
city-wide recognition because it had more licensed opera-
tors than any other local school. The operators have
gradually diminished through graduation. However, at
present, there are many memhers who are studying to
take the test for an Amateur Opt-rator's License.
Model Craftsmen Club
President CHARl.IiS RAUSCH
Vice-Prcxidriit RIDGELY FRIIZDFI.
Secretary FRANK SHEFFER
Adalifen i MR. STANLEY HIQYLMUN
MR. XVILLIAM K. YOCUM
This year the Nlodel Craftsmen diverged from their
set plan of modeling only aircraft and took the responsi-
bility of caring for all scenery needed in the school.
This includes the construction, the classification, and
the storage of all sets used on our stage. Another
project of the cluh is the modeling of various types of
machinery for study and amusement of the members.
JUNE FORESTER 1936 69
The French Club
President ELIZABEFFIHI BOND
Vice-Prryident MARGARET WEHRMAN
Serrclary EVELYN ALLEN
Treamrer .IEANETTE SI-IOUL
Azlvirer MR. FRED MOORE
The French Club aims to give students a more cultural
knowledge of France, a country having a rich historical
and literary background. During the past year, the
club carried out many successful projects. It has suc-
ceeded in getting song-books containing French songs,
the singing of which added to the enjoyment of every
meeting. The club was also able to secure a leatherette
cover in which the weekly French newspapers, to which
it subscribes, are bound.
The Latin Club
First Consul E. ALVIN NEWTON
Second Consul DOROTHY BECKER
Priucepx Quuestonmi DORIS IKENA
Acdilc RUTH MORROW
Pmetor JEAN SANDERSON
MISS JESSIE M. EBAUGH
MISS IRENE ROE
The Latin Club, because of its outstanding aims,
has attracted many new members. To promote a deeper
appreciation of the life, the customs, and the literature
of Ancient Rome, to bring about a fraternal feeling
among the members, and to present a phase of Latin
not found in the text-boolcs constitute these aims.
The programs are of educational and recreational
value to the members. The pupils not only display their
talents, but are entertained by dramatizations and brief
articles about Caesar, Cicero, Vergil, and other great
Romans, by games. and by having moving pictures on
Latin subject matter.
The German Club
President LEROY APPLEFELD
Vice-President BETTY SANDLAS
Secretary EMILY SEIDENMAN
Tretuiarer ANNABELLE FISHER
Arlvixer MR. OTTO K. SCI-IMIED
The ur ose of this club is to ac uaint its members
I P .P . Q
with the historical and cultural background of German
life through the medium of songs, games, plays, and
musicals in a more informal, more interestin and more
. . . , g
enjoyable way than is possible in the class-room.
A new ro'ect, carried on b several members of the
P 1 gy A
club was a scra 1-book containin ictures of scenes and
H h I S P
people in Germany.
63 1936 JUNE FORESTER
A. :E , Mi zz -, J-M
' ,af -
Prefzden! ALBERT I.. SHERMAN
Ijbrariaiz HERBERT POXVLIZY
.fldvfrer MISS GENEVIEVE P. I3UTI.IiR
The orchestra, under the expert direction of Miss
Butler, provides music at all assemblies, Parent-Teacher's
meetings, commencement exercises, and plays.
Those students who are capable of playing an or-
chestral instrument with some degree of slcill are eligible
:o participate in the activities of this group.
Witli the increase of membership, the orchestra has
been able to raise the standard of the music it has pre-
sented to a high degree of excellence.
I,7'!'.fIdL'7lf DANIEI, I'IIfLIIIIfCK
I"irc-President VIRGINIA FARIDWIiI.I.
, . ANZA KNIGHT
Secretarzer 71 4
Treumrer CARROLL S. HUTTON
Advixer MISS GENEVIEVE P. BUTLER
The Glee Club is composed of boys and girls
who are interested in voice culture. This outstanding
organization adds prestige to the school through radio
broadcasting, musical shows. and its service, to many
school functions. Among the admirable accomplish-
ments of this club are its everasuccessful carol and popu-
lar song assemblies.
Besides fostering an appreciation of music, the club
also promotes real friendships and furnishes afternoons
of genuine enjoyment.
President . BEVERLY FERTIG
I"irc-Presidcnz KATINA AGNIiW
Secretary LAVINIA XVHITEHURST
Advixer MISS GENEVIEVE P. BUTLIER
The Invincibles, an organization begun in 1935, was
reorganized this year under the supervision of Miss
Butler. Its aim is to learn and appreciate music. In
addition, the club fosters real friendship among its
members. The group is made up of exceptionally
musical persons from the student body.
UNE FORESTER 1936 64
l'n'fitleul ALBERT L. SHERMAN
l'i 4'1'- Preiidenl . MILDRED GOLDSTEIN
S 4'1' remry JEAN LENTZ
Vlllfslfllfff EVERETT CHECKET
.-iilvixer MISS ALTA THOMPSON
This dramatic society has attained an enviable
position among the organizations of the scbool because
of a constant efIort on the part of the members to carry
out several fine ideals.
These are: to promote a Iove for good drama, to
develop interest and ability in dramazics among the
students, and to establish standards for the selection and
presentation of plays at Forest Park.
llrevirleut EDGAR KEEPER
I'i t'4'- llreiiileuf AUDREY McCLURE
S t'r' remry MARION DAVIS
Vllnunurer RUTH DYKES
fmffff A Miss NORA v. BRAINARD
I MR. IVAN RIGBY
I MISS NELLIE NORRIS
The Art Club is the largest and one of the most
active clubs in the school. The aim of the club is to
bring about a lceener appreciation of the various fields
of art. Prominent artists of Baltimore are guests of
the club each month. They give demonstrations of
etching, water color, oil painting, clay modeling, plaster
casting, interior decorating, rugmaking, and Cartooning.
Ar the close of the year, the club has an exhibition of
well-known artists' worlcg this is followed by a tea at
which these artists are guests.
Open Forum Club
President IRVING SCHERLIS
Vi i't'- Prexideut EVERETT CHECKET
Re t'tw filing Secrelmy HOWARD MARKOWITZ
C irrri' tptmaling S e't' retury FRANCES HYMAN
Arlvixer MISS GRACE BROENING
A few students, realizing the need of a rather sound
knowledge of world atIairs, grouped themselves under the
guidance of Miss Iiroening to discuss problems of an
economic, social, and political nature. The spirit and
aims of this organization are summarized in the motto,
ujustita per Scientiamu, which means, "Justice through
65 1936 JUNE FORESTER
Pretzel c'11 I RAIPII ISGLGIANO
I'i 4'Q'- Preridenl XV. NIiWTON LONG
.Y 4'4' retary JANET HOY
.'IL!'VlfCf DR. ITIJXVIN I., I7RIiDTiRICK
This year the membership of the Chemistry Club
reached an all time record totaling over seventy mem
bers. The members have shown a corresponding degree
of interest in details of chemical processes and applica-
tions which cannot be thoroughly treated in class dis-
cussion. Some programs featured spealcers who tallied
on the use of chemicals and the various chemical manu-
facturing processes. Wlhenever possible, films were
borrowed to illustrate these tallcs.
Students who find interest in a particular branch of
chemistry may arrange special programs.
Prefiflerit STANI,IiY GRI3IZNBI,AT'I'
If'ife-Prefldcfzl RUISIN IBERMAN
Secretary-Treaszuer RITA GOOIJMAN
riilviter MISS I7I.ORIiNCIf I.IiVINSON
The Stamp Club, besides providing an interesting
hobby, helps to develop the knowledge of countries
both historically and geographically through the medium
of pictures and inscriptions. The collector is brought
in closer contact with the history of the various countries
since practically every important event in history is com-
memorated in stamps.
Various contests and exhibitions which are held
throughout the year are received with much enthusiasm.
I' i't' vid i-ii 1 RAIS lVlII.I.IfR
Vi t-.-- I'rei'ia'mf ANNBRODKIN
.Secretary I.UCII.I.If AZRAHI,
Aa'1fifer MRS, VIVIAN HOUGHTHR
The objectives of the Library Club are: helping others
to obtain an interest in books. encouraging members to
consider library worlc as a profession, and acquainting
students with the use of the library.
The members of the club do all they can to malce
the library cheerful and attractive. They mend the
boolcs which have been torn by careless users, and they
help the Librarian to checlc incoming, as well as GUI
going boolcs during the busy hours.
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Boys' Ping Pong Club
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lilci'-T' r4'x iifenl HARRY R. LOBI5
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Interest in this pastime has alwavs run high, hut
this year the hoys have heen more enthusiastic than
ever. Under the advisership of Mr. Wfhitnev and the
tutoring hy the more advanced memhers. nearly every
"Ping Pongei-" has gotten the fascinating game Hdown
to a science." Upon investigating at any time. you
will see hoys running around the gym halcony striking
at a celluloid hall. Ar the present rate of advancement,
.indouhtedly the cluh will reach the pinnacle of success.
Boys' Fencing And Archery Club
ml ding lv-IIVIJIH ALVIN SCFTLTGANT
flhiriiileei VERNON KUNITVTET.
f,'Uilt'l7 lN'lR. JOHN T". BURGER, JR.
Fencing is a sport which develops poise and ahility
through constant practice. The cluh reached a point
where it was ahle to enter into competition with other
schools. lVlatches were arranged with Poly and other
The Archery division scheduled its matches so that
they did not conflict with the fencing season.
l'1vinIen1 KERMIT LATIN
'l'miim-1 SADIIZ ,IACGBSON
S t't-i'i' lazy ROCHELLE RUBIN
Athi it'1 MR. XVIILIAM M. CHILDS
The Chess Cluh is one of the oldest organizations
of out school. The ohjectives of the cluh ate: to further
the playing ahilitv, and the enjoyment of chess through-
out the school, to assist novices in hecoming expert
players, and to compete with other cluhs and organiza-
tions. This season, the cluh had the opportunity of
listening to a well-known chess player of Baltimore
who gave various rules and hints on the method of
playing the game. Contests are held among the mem-
hers of the cluh to determine the hest players.
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Girls Ping Pong Club
President , JOAN ORTH
Vice-Preiizienf ESTHER ELIJIOT
Secretary , LOUISE MERFELD
Treasurer JEAN FLEISCHIVIAN
Adviser MRS, MARY Ii. SABINE
The Girls' Ping Pong Club, which is newly organized,
has already gained prominence throughout the school.
As yet, the club is limiting toumaments to its members.
However, in the future when the organization is perf
fected, the members hope to arrange matches with other
clubs and schools.
Girls' Archery And Fencing Club
Captain RUTH MORROXV
Manager MARION GRAULICH
Advixer MRS. ROSETTA F. HARFIELD
The membership of this club consists of those girls
who desire a knowledge of the two ancient sports of
fencing and archery. Since both of these sports are
seasonal, archery is practiced in the spring and fallg
and fencing engages the interest of the members in
As this is a newly organized club, inter-scholastic
matches have not yet been arranged. However, in the
near future, the club hopes to participate in such contests.
Home Economics Club
Presidenl OLA CONWAY
Vice-President .BETTY SMILHY
Secretary IVIARCIA NEFF
illreuturer KATHERINE STRAN
Advisers MISS DORIS V. CHURCH
MISS IDA A. WHOLEH'
The Home Economics Club is one of the school's
outstanding organizations for girls. The three definite
purposes of the club are: to create appreciation of home
economics, both in school and outside, to form a con-
necting linlc between the home and the school through
social activities, and to connect the club with the out-
side commercial industries through field trips and lec-
tures. The most enjoyable meeting of the year is the
tea held in May for the mothers of the members and
for members of the faculty.
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Living up to the records of the past years, Forest
Parlc's puck-chasers have once again concluded a
successful season. The record of 6 wins, 4 ties, and
4 losses will bear witness to the ability of Coach
In league play, Forest Parlc's slcaters finished
with victories over Poly, Calvert Hall, and Mc-
Donogh and with losses to City and Gilman. Dur-
ing the post-season games, the team broke even
with a swamping victory over Atlantic City, a
tie with Philadelphia, and a defeat at the hands of
As a result of its showing in the league games,
the team won a position in the Harvard Cup se-
ries. In than particular held of competition, Forest
Park defeated City College Z-0 and fought Poly-
technic to a scoreless tie. However, due to a heart-
breaking 2-1 defeat at the hands of Gilman, the
Green and Gray found itself in second place, two
points behind Gilman, and had to be content with
the mythical public school championship.
Excellently coached by Mentor Andy Anderson
and ably captained by james Wharton, the foot-
ball team that represented Forest Park last fall
was not only a well-conditioned team. but one dis!
playing an unquenchable fighting spirit through-
out the entire season.
In sending Poly, Southern, and Vocational to
defeat, Forest Park was able to tie City College
for the Public School Championship. Forest
Parlc's challenge to play off the championship was
rejected because this game would have interfered
with other prominent fall sports at City College.
Although eleven letter-men have graduated, a
very strong eleven will again represent Forest
Park on the gridiron this coming fall. Ten
members of the Varsity squad plus a returning
successful Jay-Vee team will constitute the forth-
coming football material.
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Of all the sports that were damaged by the
February and june graduations, the basketball
team, without a doubt, suffered worst of all.
Probably the most outstanding feature of the
whole season was the double defeat of Poly in
the two games scheduled with it. Numbered
among the team's victims were: McDonogh, Sn.
Martinls, Vocational, Boys' Latin, Calvert Hall,
and Park. After having only a fair season up to
February, the squad was crippled beyond repair bjy
the graduation of four of its first hve men, namely,
Smith, Wliarton, Hoffman, and Kimmel. All
through the season, Danny Austerlitz was the
spark plug of the team, his play at the forward
position helped to keep the team in the running
game after game. Much time and effort were put
forth by Coach Andy Anderson toward the develop-
ment of the material in the "under classes". His
work for this past season is to be lauded even
tlzougli the squad did finish with a "split seasonv.
However, next season gives promise of being very
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Very little attention is paid to the Soccer team
of our school although it brings in more than
its share of victories- The heavy snowfalls,
followed by biting sleet and heavy rain, forced
the squad to be contented with the playing of
only half of the games originally scheduled.
Without a doubt, this team compiled the best
record that any Soccer squad has turned in here
for many seasons. It can point with pride to
its record of nine wins and two ties. These tie
games were played with the State Teachers' Col-
lege which completed its season as state champion.
It was the only team to defeat the light, but
fast, Green and Gray pitch-men. This team
scored a I-0 victory after a hard-fought game
which was played in freezing weather on a
slippery, treacherous field.
Coach Rex Sims selected a fine team to wear
the Forest Park colors, and, although nearly fifteen
men will be lost by graduation, he has high hopes
of turning out a team next year that will be as
good or better than that of the past season.
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An enthusiastic and loyal hockey team made
this year's hockey season a successful one. Great
credit should be given our girls for their splendid
technique and fast stick work in this major sport.
We were indeed fortunate in having many of
last year's players on hand again this season. Al-
though not entirely successful, the team was crtr-
tainly praiseworthy. As may be seen from the
scores, the games were all close and very hard
fought. The playing was characterized by strong
defensive as well as good offensive work.
The high spot in the season was Forest Park's
victory over Eastern by a score of 1-0. The
even match with Western made us tie for second
place in the league. In several games the team
was barely nosed out.
Miss Journeay, the coach, deserves congratula-
tions for her splendid and successful coaching.
To say that basketball is Forest Park's most
popular sport would not be quite enough. A
most enthusiastic season was enjoyed this year
by both the players and the rooters, for Forest
Park came very near to winning the champion-
ship from Eastern High School. Although we
were leading at the half, we lost in the end by a
score of 24-12.
The Southern game, the most exciting one of
the season, ended in our first tie.
The final game of the season, with Western,
ended in another tie. In the last minute of the
game, one of our guards made a technical foul,
which gave Western a free shot and caused the tie.
The results of the games were: four victories,
two ties, and one loss. Miss Hyde deserves con-
gratulations for her excellent coaching of one of
Forest Park's finest basketball teams.
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Forest Park's volleylaall squad shows a fine
chance of winning the championship this year.
Several players from last year's squad have re-
ported for practice.
There will he an A and a B team under the
capahle coaching of Miss Hyde.
The squad consists of a large number of new
girls in the junior and Sophomore Years.
A few new changes in the rules make the game
more interesting than formerly. Instead of each
player rotating after every serve, the whole
line moves after three serves. This keeps one in
the same position hut in a different line after
the completion of serving.
Games were arranged with Seton, Sparks, Park,
Catonsville, and Towson, hesides the usual games
with Eastern, Southern, and Western.
As the Forester goes to press, we learn that the
Girls' Volleyball team has won the city champion-
Tennis, although not the most popular sport
in our school, has proven to he one of the most
enthusiastically followed. This year over three
hundred girls entered either into the novice or the
The championship cup for 1935 and 1936 was
won by JEANETTE SHGAL1. who put up a hard
fight against AUDREY HEINZ, the other semi-
Although the team has not started to compete
against other schools, it is looking forward to
winning the city championship cup for the season
As the Forester goes to press, we learn that the
Girls' Tennis Team has won the city champion-
Because of the rainy and otherwise unsettled
weather, Forest Parlc's baseball team has just got-
ten a fair start. But taking all this into considera-
tion, the tossers did turn in a good record, regard-
less of all the misfortunes that befell them. As a
whole, the squad represented one of the best bal-
anced teams that has worn the peaked hat and
spiked shoes since Forest Parlc's championship team
of 1933. Much of the '36 season's material will
remain and should be molded into an excellent
team next year by Coach Andy Anderson, who
coached this year's team so well.
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Another laurel was added to Forest Parlc's crown
when the boxing team, which grew from the box-
ing club, annexed the Public School Championship
in its nrst year of competition. It was a highly
successful campaign which was waged by the Green
and Gray mittsters ending with the well de-
George Seward and Joe Hartlove were the only
two Foresters to be undefeated for the season and
were recipients of golden gloves as their rewards.
The big silver cup in Forest Parlc's possession must
be won by one school three times before a perma-
nent claim can be laid to it. Forest Park holds one
leg of the cup and needs only two more to lceep
it for all future years of Forest Parlcis existence.
The Track Teanz
Track has always been a major sport at F. P. H.
S. ln our earlier years, we earned consecutively
many city championships, and lately, when Forest-
ers have not won championships, they have always
been strong contenders
The 1936 track season is very promising for our
men as the Forester goes to press. The backbone
of the line squad is the well seasoned group
"Bernie" Rome Qwho is captainj, Elmer Rigby,
Eugene Feinhlatt, and Robert Taubman. More-
over, Coach Sims thinks most of his newer mate-
rial is shaping up nicelyj. Taking all into consid-
eration, therefore, we would not he at all sur-
prised if "our boys" romped 05 with the city
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The tennis team of i936 was one of the strong-
est to represent Forest Park on the courts for sev-
eral years. Returning with Captain Herh Shugar
this season were three other veteran racketeers and,
combined with the excellent material from the
lower classes, the Foresters were a feared and re-
spected foe in this sport. June graduation will
cripple the team for next year, but the outlook isn't
really as black as it appears. There will be quite
a few layers returning who will form the nucleus
of 19353 which should be just as strong as
Few students realize the tremendous debt
that we owe our athletic coaches. We are all
exceedingly jubilant when one of Forest
Parlc's teams wins a championship. However,
without the long hours of pushing, driving,
and training on the part of the coaches, few
of our teams would ever achieve glory and
Therefore, we, the members of the june
Class of 1936, and the rest of the school, we
are sure, express our gratitude to Miss Hyde,
Miss journeay, Mr. Sims and Mr. Anderson.
It has been a pleasure to have been on their
teams, and it will always be a pleasure to call
them our friends.
The intra-mural sports at our school gained an outstanding position during the past year.
With but one exception, these sports in the male division were carried on in the usual manner.
That exception in this inter-class competition was a new sport, which introduced a dillierent
method of carrying on inter-class athletics. Football, although not a new sport to the school,
was new for the boys who were unable to make any of the school squads. The Freshmen and
Sophomores formed teams that played in combination against other schools and also com-
peted against each other. As a combined squad they turned in a very creditable record, and
against each other, the second year, after two scoreless games, eked out a hard-fought, well-
played 6-to-0 victory over the first year squad.
The 1936 Basketball tournament was met on all sides with great enthusiasm. Class 1454
and Class 1302 were the teams that battled victoriously through their respective divisions and
were the only teams from the senior divisions to boast unmarred records. In an exciting
game that went over-time, 1302 won by a score of 14 to 12, after overcoming 1454's six-point
lead. This class was the first section, not in the senior year, ever to win the boys' inter-class
The bad weather that was predominant during the fall and winter months was respon-
sible for the cancelling of many soccer games that were attempted. Because of the inclement
weather, no champion was proclaimed although several classes made fairly good records.
.Better fortune was enjoyed by the classes who entered the inter-class track meet, at least,
as far as the weather was concerned. The response to this meet was better than ever before.
Because of this fact the competition proved to be much more serious than in previous years.
The winner of the inter-class cup was Class 1403 which succeeded only after a two-day meet.
Ross Maymon, a Senior, and Eugene Feinblatt, a Sub-Senior, tied for the honor of being the
individual high-scoring participants, with totals of 18 points each. This personal contest
between Ross and Eugene continued for two days. This, in brief, is a summary of the boys
intra-mural sports. Now, let us take a hasty glance at the results of the girls' intra-mural
In the female inter-class sports, probably the outstanding event of the past year was the
Hockey Championship of the City which our Freshmen year team won. This team also
competed in intra-mural athletics for the other year teams. The hockey championship of
the school was won by the Senior year after many well-played games.
The Seniors were also prominent in the basketballcontest as they won the championship
in this sport and figured actively in class competition. In the inter-class tournament, Class
1351 was the winner and, from the scores posted, was well deserving of the honor of being
Class 1401, a Sub-Senior class, was the winner of the volley ball crown. They defeated
every team who opposed them by decisive scores. Aside from this, volleyball was carried on
only as an inter-school varsity sport.
Ar this writing, golf, tennis, and the annual girls' track meet were not completed. The
first calls for these sports were sounded, but the outcome has as yet not been ascertained-
This comprises Forest Park's 1936 intra-mural competition. May success in the future
be as assured as it has been during the past years.
At the club the other day, Bill Thornton lounged up to Bess who was quietly absorbed
in a corner, knitting two and purling one.
"Where have you been keeping yourself these days?" he asked.
"I just came back from my summer vacationf, she replied.
"Tell me about it, Bess. What did you do?"
"Well, when I was away, I met a very unusual couple, unusual in this respect-the girl
and her fiance were deeply in love with each other, yet each saw the faults of the other clearlyg
and both realized that they were really uncongenial. Instead of trying to adapt their tastes
to one another and to find some common ground of interest, they decided to forget their engage-
ment for a year and see nothing of each other.
"She, the Tennis Champion of her state, decided to practice for the coming championship.
She settled in a small southern town. Her fiance, a college professor, went in the opposite
5direction. He went to Maine for the summer.
"Katherine invited me to spend a few weeks with her. I have a rather good serve, and
she wanted to warm up her backhand.
"For the first week, Katherine would spend hours on the courts. Invariably, she won.
At the beginning of the second week, she did not appear as often at her beloved sport. One
day I tied herg the next, I won.
"Once she threw her racket down in despair crying, 'I can't play any more. I can't
keep my mind on the gamel'
"I didn't mind her losing interest in the game, for I never liked playing in hot weather
though I was considered good.
"Then one day I discovered the cause of her preoccupation. She was sitting in the arbor
poring over books of social psychology and philosophy. I divined her purpose and decided to
help all I could.
--"Oh, of course, Bill. She was trying to master some of -the studies that her fiance
was interested in.
"Well, all summer long that girl devoted to educating herself. She began to turn up her
nose at tennis. One day she said with something like irritation in her voice, 'How can I be
interested in chasing a ball around when ideas are so diflicult to catch and hit well.' My jaw
dropped. However, I let her study.
"The week before Labor Day she invited him to visit her before he started back to work.
When he arrived, she rushed up to him and cried with delight, 'I've been reading Rant and
Freud. What do you think of Freudfs idea of?-'
9' 'That's fine, dear,' he said, with an air iof abstractiont 'Want to try a set before dinner?
I've got a surprise for you.' She agreed but was not so pleased.
"After he had won three sets in a row he cried, 'I've resigned from the faculty. Flinch,
my tennis teacher, advised me to try out in the Ollympics. We dan play our doubles to
Bess smiled to herself and ceased speaking.
"Well, what happened?" Bill demanded.
"She got a job on the faculty of his former university, and he is an Olympic entry-"
With that she put her knitting in the bag. Suddenly Bill noticed the Hash of a diamond
on her linger.
"Are you engaged?" he cried.
Bess walked off and called merrily back over her shoulder, "I improved my back stroke
this summer. Love-Game-All set for Olympics."
What, No Last Will And Testament!
Maybe it will mean our Waterloo, maybe we'll even hang for itg certainly we'll hear lots
about it, but we're not writing our will!
No, weire not leaving a headache cure to our faithful adviser, Miss Church.
We're not leaving our conspicuous seats in the auditorium to the "up and coming"
Seniors, though theyill probably get them anyhow.
And ALAN D. HEC!-rr is not leaving his good humor and other attributes of an
editor to HENRY HOLLJES, the Managing Editor of the February 1937 Forester.
DANNY Ausrsaurz is not leaving the basketball team to anybody.
We don't have the captaincy of the football team to leave, so we'll not make much ado
Another thing we're not leaving is HALL E. TIMANUS,S ability in speechmaking. Be-
sides, we wouldn't have the heart to ask him to give his art away.
To Dr. Frederick, we're not leaving broken test tubes and flasks, because nobody in the
June 1936 Class should break anything.
Miss Church is not leaving her cheery smile and helpful hand to Mr. Moore, because
she'd hear plenty about it later on, if she did.
MARION L. SMITH is not leaving her affability and good nature to EUGENE FINEBLATT,
president of the succeeding class. These are things he should develop after undergoing a
few torturous months as president.
MILDRED REA is not leaving her good looks or secrets of success to anyone.
From all these negative appropriations which add up to a nonentity, it would appear
that the June 1936 Class is selfish, ungrateful, and certainly not charitable. To offset these
aforegoing factors, we call your attention to our one lone gift, which, we feel sure, makes
retribution for our not leaving all of the usual bestowals.
We do leave this, the June 1936 Forester, a record of our entrance, our matriculation,
our activities, and our faces to the school, the faculty, and the administration.
2929 Baker Street,
June 30, 1936.
Last night, while I was thinking about
my plans for next winter, and realizing that
Forest Park was not included in them, I
had a strange, left-out feeling. Then, be-
fore I knew it, I had begun to reminisce on
the days "way-back-whenf' Remember our
freshman year: the days when everyone
"picked" on us? Oh me, the trials and
tribulations of the underclassmen. How-
ever, in June, I933, we exuberant freshies
took part in ninth grade graduation exer-
Our Sophomore Year was inactive fwe
l11L1St have saved our energy for the future
parade of hitsl , but the Junior Year started
with an outstanding event-the organization
of the June Class of '36, Before many days
had passed, this new class wanted to do
something to show its school spirit. The
flag, after weathering ten years of very
changeable weather, was quite worn out. So.
plans . . . action . . - Result? a new green
and gray standard that we could proudly
claim as part of us.
The Jolly Junior Jubilee was our next
important project. Our bazaar and audito
rium show went over in a big way, and the
dance was a great success.
Remember, Smitty, we were the fin! to
introduce e jubilee programl
These r of 1935
prominent, so nancially. In the
spring, at the Ar ay Assembly our class
made its first formal appearance before the
school. This assembly was well received by
the Forest Park students, and we sat back
to relax, hut not for long, for May was
coming, and with it the Junior Prom,
On May 31, 1935, A1 Mason and his or-
chestra played for the juniors and their
friends. Once again we showed Forest Park
how well we could put on social atfairsg and
1'm sure that, for those who were on hand,
the melody lingers on. The date, May 31,
is rememhered also for another event, the
junior Press. This issue of the Press con-
tained only the articles which had heen writ-
ten hy students in the junior Year. Witlm
these outstanding projects, the Juniors closed
a very active term, and loolced forward to
the next year, and Seniordom.
l.ast Septemher, wasn't it great to come
haclc, a Suh-Senior? Our last year was opened
with the election of oflicers, and activity fol-
lowed activity. The lcev positions of our
Forester were filled: and Alan Hecht, a very
capahle manager, saw a freshman day-dream
come true when he was made Editor-in-Chief.
The Play Reading and lnaugural Assembly
committees were chosen, and plans for the
Senior Farewell Dance decided upon. The
day for this dance was not long in arrivingg
and, on the afternoon of january 31, 1956,
a gay crowd gathered in the hoys' gym.
Social successes must have heen one of our
specialties, for this "hop" was just that.
Soon the Priests' March ushered the se-
rious-minded Seniors into the auditorium on
that memorahle morning when the june
Class of '36 assumed ershi of For-
est Parlc. Do you ar compli-
ments we received o 15, and the
way we held our hea en more than
one teacher said that ourx was the best
lnaugural Assemlwly which has heen given
at Forest Parlc? Then, after that day,
we were really at the top, and as husy Sen-
iors, we had little time for a good breath.
Our senior play, Daley, was one of the star
events of the last half of the school year.
This modern comedy was enthusiastically
received by the many Foresters who attended
the largest group of graduates bid Forest
Park "Cheerio,', and as it's time for my
ramblings to come to an end, that "Chee
rio" repeats itself.
the performance. After a short intermission, JANE
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Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Anderson
Carolyn Mae Brichey
Community Barber Shop
Mrs. John F. Denny
George J. Dolle, Tailor
The Duton Boys
Forest Valet Service
Charles E. Fountain
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gray
Henry G. G. Hirsch
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Kirwan
Mr. George W. Krill
Mrs. Mae Krill
S. M. Meginnis
Mrs. Anne S. Mitchell
Mrs. Elizabetl1'0'Dell II
Mr. John S. O'Dell
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Seeger
Mrs. H. D. Wirsing
Mr. and Mrs. G. Norman Anderson
Dr. Robert Bruce Berry
Capt. and Mrs. George L. Breedon
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Chandler
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Davison
Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Fertig
Mrs. Grace C. Fisher
Mrs. Howard W. Ford
Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai M. Garonzik
Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Gottschall
Mr. and Mrs. James Rodney Graves
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Heinz
The Herbert Shop
Charles F. Herbold
W. E. Herbold
Mrs. Glenn A. Hollenberry
Paul E. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. K. Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kimble
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Louis Kley
Mr. Roy H. Cassel
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Levy
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Devilbiss.
Earl G. Terry
A. Griffner, Shoemaker
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Compliments of Little Jeffs', Pimlico
Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. McCauley
Mr. P. P. Messersmith
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Orem
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rosenheim
Dr. C. Howard Scheid
Mr. and Mrs. J. Schkloven and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Sears
Mrs. Thomas C. Sollaway
Thomas Butcher Shop
Mr. H. George Wendel
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Wetzel
Dr. and Mrs. Edgar W. Young
Lord Baltimore Painters and Decorators
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph De Bois
Wilkinson Flower Shop
Trusheim Service Co.
William G. Fink
Mrs. Van Reuth
R. H. Kuler
Jacob L. Idov
Truman Lee Anderson
Lee I. Hecht
Mr .and Mrs. George J. Blake
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hansen
N. B. Lobe
Mr. and Mrs. W. Newton Long
William H. Marshall
Rev. and Mrs. V. J. Munger
Dr. and Mrs. C. Albert Ruppersberger
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tissenbaum
Mrs. Helen H. Wailes
Independent 5-10 to 81 Store
Louis F. Fink
Mrs. Mary Schwartz
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Davenport
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Morrow
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BUSINESS EQUIPIVIENT CO., INC.
500 St. Paul Place VEmon 3183
Home Cooking - Regular Meals - Short Orders
Home Made Pies
1308 REISTERSTOWN RD. Pikesville, Md.
CHARLTON AUTO SERVICE
GWYNN OAK and MAINE AVENUES
The Graduates of '36 will be satisfied customer:
al ours 1 soon
ARLINGTON LODGE No. 168, I. O. O. F.
Meets Every Friday Evening
Reislerstown Road at Belvedere Avenue
A hearty welcome awaits members of Ill: Order
ALBERT A. DAUM
1602 BLOOMINGDALE RD. LAf. 0720-4600
The Quality o! Our Material and Wnrlzmamhip
Will Remain Lung After the Price is Forgotten
Compliments of ' ff
ARUNDEL ICE CREAM CO.
EBERHARTS SERVICE STATION
Windsor'Mill Road and Forest Park Avenue
Woodlawn, Baltimore, Md. Llberty 0466
Have your next Prescription compounded at
JOI-IN AUSTERLITZ, Phar.D.
3612 ELDORADO AVE. BALTIMORE, MD.
OLDSMOBILE SALES AND SERVICE
BACKUS IWIOTOR SALES CO., Inc.
4010 BELVEDERE AVENUE
at Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, Md. -Phone Llberty 9000
D. F. BLATT, D.D.S.
C A N D I E S
JoHN J. EVANS af COMEANY
INSURANCE - Fire, Casualty, Life, Bonding
111-113 Chamber of Commerce Building
PLa'a 3248 Llberty 1577
High Class Merchandise at Popular Prices
Ranging from 57.99 to 817.95
212 N. CHARLES ST, Baltimore, Maryland
OF A FRIEND
1 ..- is
W. T. COWAN, Inc.
FAST MOTOR FREIGHT
Main Office and Terminal
1 U BAYARD and CLEVELAND STS.
Phones GIlmor 4630 - 4631 - 4632
Baltimore, Md. Binghamton, N. Y.
Washington, D. C. Newark, N. J.
Philadelphia, Pa. New York, N. Y.
FAST, DEPENDABLE, CONVENIENT,
Liberty 1518 Liberty 0465
A R M A C O S T
4208 RIDGEWOOD AVE.
CONSUMER'S COFFEE CO.
2561 EDMONDSON AVE.
Coffees lo Suit Any Taste
Our truck passes your door -- Can we serve you?
CALL Gllmor 6507
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
FOR CERTAIN TY
36th Season of the
HENRI WEINREICH, Director
LOHN ADAM HUGO, Founder, 1900
Flags, Banners, Pennants, Emblems, Church and
Society Goods - Beads and Novelties -
School Belts and Buckles
The Flag, Banner 8 Pennant Shop
lR. H. Taylor - Successor to Sisco Bros.l
302 PARK AVENUE BALTIMORE, MD.
HOCHSCHILD, KOHN SI CO
THE FAVORITE OUTFITTER
OF BALTIMOREYS YOUTH
"-of Charles Street"
NO MATTER WHAT THE
MOMENT IS -
HUTZLERJS HAS THE
CLOTHES OF THE MOMENT
FOR THE SMART YOUNG SET
HUTZLER BFOTHEIQ Q
INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Co.
920 E. 25TH STREET
J. JENKINS' SONS CO.
School and College Jewelry - Belt Buckles
Repair and Special Order Work
20 W. Redwood St. Baltimore, Md
S. S. KRESGE CO.
LORD BALTIMORE FLORISTS
rnowsns ron ALL OCCASIONS
Orchids and Gardenias Daily
LORD BALTIMORE HOTEL
HANOVER STREET SIDE
PLaza 2782 PLaza 9400
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Compliments of the
FOREST PARK MARKET
4101 NORFOLK AVE.
Nestle's Newest One-Minute Permanent Wave
4608 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVE.
J. NELSON GATES
LII-'E INSURANCE and ANNUITIES
Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co.
1000 Fidelity Bldg. PLaza 6700
H A M M A N N ' S
206 NORTH LIBERTY STREET
Just Above Lexington St. Phone, PLaza 6739
H A R V E Y " S
PET and NOVELTY SHOP
Feed, Garden Supplies, Seeds
4734 Liberty Heights Avenue Llbrty 6391
HORIE LAUNDRY CO., INC.
In Business Since 1907
231-241 S. CLINTON ST. Phone WOlfe 1286
BERNARD A. HOUSE
FLORAL DESIGNS and CUT FLOWERS
132 E. Montgomery St. Baltimore, Md.
Phone, SOuth 1114
HYLE OIL BURNER
FLEET and CENTRAL AVENUE
MAYOR HOWARD JACKSON
S. P. J.
22 W. FAYETTE ST.
F L O W E R S
UNiversity 3885 3413 GREENMOUNT AVE.
COIWIPLIMENTS OF THE
PHI THETA TAU SORORITY
L A M B R 0 S
LIBERTY and GARRISON
For Your Everyday Needs
Free Delivery Llberty 2360
We Deliver Established 1870
C. H. LARKIN SONS - SEA FOOD
Fresh Smoked and Salt Fish - Crabs - Oysters
400-402 W. LEXINGTON ST.
Phone, CAlvert 4685 Baltimore, Md.
Moderate Prices Phone, FOrest 6528
LE RAE BEAUTY SALON
Hairdressing ol Distinction
3613 PARK HEIGHTS AVE.
Fancy and Staple Groceries - Select Meats - Fresh
Fruits and Vegetables at All Times
4028 BELVEDERE AVE. Baltimore, Md.
Phones: FOrest 6062 - Llberty 1314
Everything for the Table
1 WEST UNIVERSITY PARKWAY
J. NORWITZ - G. A. STORE
CHOICE GROCERIES and PROVISIONS
Longwood, Corner Brighton St.
Phone, LAfayette 2127
PIMLICO MARBLE CO.
5255 PARK HEIGHTS AVE., Above Belvedere
CEMETERY MEMORIALS and NATUARY
Baltimore, Md. Phone, Llberty 4472
FRED A. REUWER
Wholesale and Retail - Fruits and Vegetables
Stalls: 744 and 746 LEXINGTON MARKET
Cor. Lexington and Paca Streets
Daily in Attendance Phone, CAlvert 3605
Electric Floor Sanders Rented
Hardware, Paints and Household Furnishings
Radio and Electrical Supplies
4703 Liberty Heights Ave. Phone, Liberty 9058
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ROYAL FARMS DAIRY
Highest quality milk from carefully
Also Butter, Cottage Cheese, Buttermilk,
Malted Chocolate Milk and Orangeade
F. E. SAUMENIG
113 - I5 - 17 Water Sn-ee:
H. R. Schaake PLaza 6668
ROGERS - SEWELL, INC.
4024 Belvedere Ave. Llberty 8209
Repairs on All Make Cars
Run Right To
for all your drug store needs!
Phone Forest 8968 for Free Delivery
Liberty Heights and Garrison Avenues
ZETA TAU, TI-IETA
Always At Your Service
General Auto Repairing
4810 Pimlico Rd. LI. 0441 Baltimore, Md.
W. L. SUMMERS
F L 0 R I S T
Phone MAd. 1701 Res. For. 8552-W
We Telegraph Flowers
1542 PENNSYLVANIA AVE.
WHEN ORDERING YOUR FUEL OIL
Call WOlfe 9148
WALTER J. RUPPERT CORP.
Philadelphia Rd. and Haven St., Baltimore, Md.
Phones: Hollins Market, CAlvert 4121-W
Residence, CAtonsville 261-J
CLYDE W. SCHAFER
Sugar Cured Meats, Country Sausage and Pudding
Stall, 191 Hollins Market
Geo. W. Little Robt. S. Little
Little's Funeral Home
Phone, LAfa.yette 8470-3471
2700 EDMONDSON AVENUE
OF A FRIEND
M. WEISS - JEWELER and OPTICIAN
3831 Liberty Heights Ave., FOres! 6035
2410 Pennsylvania, near North Ave.
Complete Line of Fine Diamonds, Watches and
jewelry - Convenient Terms
Welch and Jewelry Repairing our Specially
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
SIGMA KAPPA SORORITY
AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE CO.
PHI BETA KAPPA
MARYLAND WORKSHOP FOR
601 N. FULTON AVENUE
THE PAUL-RICE ENGINEERING CO.
Quality Heating Plants
At Prices Little Beyond Ordinary Work
306 W. MULBERRY STREET
ELINOR BEAUTY SHOPPE
Complete Beauty Service
Try Our Machineless Permanent:
4710 Gwynn Oak Ave. LI3842 Baltimore, Md.
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"THE SELECT SCHOOL"
Secretarial and Accounting Courses
All daylight, fireproof building Hygienic Surroundings
Group Instruction All graduates are holding positions
Special Shorthand and Typing Course Complete, 360.00
THIS COURSE MAY BE COMPLETED IN THE SUNMMER MONTHS
506 PARK AVENUE VERNON 0227
Enjoy the Great American Dessert
Compliments of "S m o o t h F r e e z e"
Provident Savings Bank
S. W. Cor. Howard and Saratoga Sts. Cgmplimgnfg gf
Gwvnn Oak Iunction
Fifteen Omces COMPLIMENTS OF
THE MARION COAT COIVIPANY
' A MODERN HEATING SYSTEM
will bring' genuine oomfort and
pleasure into your home.
Standard Supply 6: Equipment Inc.
2202-2204 BOSTON ST.
"One Near Your Home"
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BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF COMMERCE
DAY DIVISION: features cooperative education, or the work-study plan of in-
struction. Students, after the Freshman year, divide their time between classroom
stugdy and work in industry, in alternate 3-month periods. Customary wages paid
:luring work periods. Course leads to the B. B. A. degree.
EVENING DIVISION: Accounting, Business Administration, Credit Manage-
ment, Traffic Management, C. P. A. Review courses. Over 150 Maryland C .P. A.'s
have studied at this college.
All classes in both divisions open to men and women.
Y. M. C. A. BUSINESS COLLEGE
Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typewriting and Secretarial courses. Low tuition:
Day School, 518.00 per month, Evening School, 37.75 per month. Individual in-
struction, enter any time. Good positions for graduates. Classes open to men and
women. Approved by the Maryland State Department of Education.
Y. M. C. A., FRANKLIN AND CATHEDRAL STS. VErnon 8650
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1904-22 LIGHT STREET
SOuth 2400 ff
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1100 CATHEDRAL ST. BALTO., MD.
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Forest Park High School
l0rganized in 1924-J
Dear Boys and Girls of the June, 1936 Class:
Congratulations. You have reached a most important
stage in your education. Some of you will carry on in other
schools, others will seek other fields of endeavor. We wish
you well in your chosen field. Remember that one of life's
priceless treasures is knowledge and you should not tire in
your search of it.
The P. T. A. meets the first Tuesday in each month at
8:15 P. M., in the Forest Park High School. Every parent
is invited to join the effective work carried on by this organi-
zation, for the benefit of the students of our school.
THE ARUN DEL CGRPORATION
Constructors and Engineers
Sand, Gravel and Commercial Slag
A. Burker 86 Co., Inc.
Wholesale Commission Merchants
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
209-11 S. CHARLES ST.
POULTRY DEPT. - 516 ENSOR. ST.
M A R Y' J 0 H N S 0 N
Corsages with your evening gowns
Mary Johnson, Inc.
Howard and Madison Streets
2201 N. Charles St.
HOMXQULATION HOMES AND APARTMENTS
E R C O Liberty 7021 -- Liberty 44-93
An effective barrier against the hot rays
of the sun. While others are sweltering
your home will he 15" cooler.
Free Estimate-Terms If Desired
Enterprise Roofing Co.
119 Light St. CAlvert 24-68
McKnight Real Estate Co.
3614 Fairview Ave. Baltimore, Md.
Charles Street at Lexington
THE JOAN AND JANE SHOP
is Noted for Its Cay, Young F ashions. . ,
.lunior Sizes 11-17
O'NEILL'S SECOND FLOOR
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
THE CRITERION S
"BALTIMORE"S SWING ORCHESTRA"
FOREST PARK 1936 MID-YEAR PROM
AD LIEDER WOlte 4153
A. C. WASKEY 86 CO.
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, LAMB, and VEAL
193-195 Lafayette Mu-ket - MAdiaon 0339
157-159 North Avenue Market - VErnon 0282
COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND
TROCKENBROT 86 CO.
Makers of College, School, Club, Lodge and Fre-
ternal Pins and Rings, Medals, Sport Novelties
Frat Dence Favors
Prize Cups and Balls lor all Sports
310 N. PACA nr. SARATOGA VErnon 1052
MAKERS OF FOREST PARK PINS
SOLOMON 86 SONS
603 W. BALTIMORE ST.
4401 Liberty Heights Ave. Llherty 7896
We Deliver Anywhere, Anytime- Give Us J Trial
STORAGE-For Household Goods, Rugs, Draper-
, t .
Mo'iERel1ANs-For Local and Long Distance
PACKING-Goods packed and forwarded to all
ports of the world.
RUG CLEANING-By the most modern process,
with experienced cleaners.
APPRAISALS AND INVE
TRUNK ROOMS-For Trunks and Small Pack-
A 'bl ll ' .
ages, ccessu e at a times
ART ROOMS-For Works of Art, Pinnos, Paint-
ings, Statuary, etc.
LIFT VANS.For Inter-state and Foreign Ship-
BURGLAR PROOF VAULTS-For the Storage of
Silverware and other valuables in bulk.
thoroughly familiar with this distinctive service.
CALL VERNON 7900 FOR SECURITY SERVICE
IT COSTS NO MORE -- 4
1 YEARS OF SERVICE
SECURITY STORAGE COMPANY
15 WEST NORTH AVENUE
C O L L E G E
MARYLAND,S OLD!-:sT COLLEGE
Co-Educational - Historic - Adequate
Equipment - Moderate Expenses
Limited Enrollment Excellent Faculty
Gilbert W. Mead, Litt.D., LL.D., Pres.
Write for Catalogue
Wm. E. Morrison
LIBERTY and KELOX ROADS
Woodlawn, Baltimore, Md., and Lexington Market
WEST NORTH AVENUE GARAGE
2720 W. NORTH AVE. BALTIMORE, MD.
Automobile Repairing ol All Kinds
Body and Fender Work Specialists
w A G N E H
A G N E
PHARMACISTS 3300 GARRISON BLVD.
FROM A FRIEND
Compliments of a Friend
QA. J. I-IJ
GAMMA DELTA FRATERNITY
Graduation Dresses That Are Different
MILLINERY - HOSIERY
Liberty Heights near Garrison
When You Think of Flower:
Think of VINCENT and phone
LONGWOOD ST. at NORTH AVE.
JESSE TRAGER, D.D.S.
Clan of '29
STREEKS HOMEMADE CANDY SHOPPE
Made Fresh Daily Colored Mints to Order
Baltimore, Maryland 3627 PARK HEIGHTS
WM. A. SNYDER
Sausage - Cooked Tongues - Cooked Hams
Drened Rabbits all Year Round
Smoked Tongues a Specialty
CAlvert 0824 732-34 LEXINGTON MKT.
SI'IERMAN'S MEAT MARKET
RIDGEWOOD and GWYNN OAK AVES.
Phone, Llberty 2911
SHOEN - RUSSELL, INC.
I M P 0 R 'I' E R S
Millinery - Suits - Coats - Gowns
335 N. Charles St. Baltimore, Md.
S A N D E R S 0 N ' S
BEAUTY SALON, INC.
201 N. Liberty St. at Lexington
C ornplirnenlr of
MR. and MRS. LOUIS A. SALAWITCII
One of Baltimore's smartest
hotels that provides for its guests
an exceptionally high order of
service, cuisine and comfort.
Private rooms and banquet halls
for every occasion.
Attractive lounge and cocktail
room on lobby floor.
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Phone MADISON 2752
-for the odorless, greaseless dry
cleaning that meets your highest
REGAL - ZORIC
-for the completely satisfying
laundry service you've always
wanted-at the right price.
R E G A L
THE SOFT WATER
Main Ollice and Plants:
GILMOR AND MOSHER STREETS
Your garments and linens handled as carefully as if they were our own-
in our modern soft water laundry and dry cleaning plants-under personal
supervision of the owners.
An Early American Village of
Character and Charm
Stone and Frame Houses Restored and
Remodeled-Come Out and See What
Has Been Already Accomplished
ARTHUR LEE HOFF
RU-DO BEAUTY SHOPPE
8010 w. NORTH AVE.
Provisioning Ships Our Specialty
STERN'S STANDS SUPREME
R. S. STERN
MUNSEY BUILDING Night and Holiday! - Llbeny 4909
424-426 W. CONWAY ST. Baltimore. Md.
INSURE AGAINST Lum Gm
Living Too Long , D
For Complete Drug Service ... Free Delivery
Dying Too Soon
M . L E W I S
1408 coUR'r SQUARE BLDG.
SHURE'S DRUG STORES
LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVE. cor. Ayrdale
Prenriptiom Called lor and Delivered
ASBESTOS RIDGE FARM
MILK AND MILK PRovUcTs
Produced and Puteurized If the Farm
For Delivery - Cnll Woodlawn 152-J
PIANO INSTRUCTION IN ALL
CAROLINE LERCH POLSTER, a former
member of the Faculty of the Peabody Con-
servatory Preparatory Department, is arrang-
ing to teach a limited number of piano stu-
dents at her home, 12 Gwynndale Avenue,
12 Cwynndale Avenue
Business Machine And
C. FELIX WITKOWSKI
6 E. Lexington St. PLaza. 1606
Courses in Instruction on
Typing Adding, Calculating
Stenographic and Bookkeeping'
DEAN K. ROBINSON
Trained and Equipped to Repair, or Make, Any
Part of a Fine
WATCH, CLOCK, or CHRONOMETER
Phone. Llberty 4359 3410 Garrison Blvd.
CHARLES E. MERRICK
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Station F, Baltimore, Md. THE GARRISON PAINT ac HARDWARE co.
Telephone-Woodlawn 75 F0rE:tm20g: d-Hw:'fi:1am
3307 Garrison Blvd. Baltimore, Md.
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