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

 - Class of 1941

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it, A ,Q . F. 5, ' "fi f dl!! ' Y... gf, Lf. ,xx gm fi , W, Q, A X.. V It-1 ly ?" , iw. . 1 ,, . ' H. af' 13 git aw, . 2. , ,. EY ' '- , , L yr ' ' ju '- w 1- Q I 1 k 4? r I fi ni 6' , We . EV, F, vi'-x .iw gf: X 1 ,id A 9 my .35 -4 1- r-W1 ,A S 5 F 'L Q53 . , V, "F if Y ,V Q ve i' fi .-f R23 2' Y? '5 5. fa gf 4 Y 1 1 Y N Q J. THE resented by the June Class of I94I . . .I in which the class hopes to catch for eternity the moments of happiness found at Forest Park . . . FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL IN BALTIMORE . . . IRVIN SAMUELS, Editor-in-Chief, GERALD COHEN, Busi- ness Manclger, STEPHEN SENNING, Adver- tising Manager FORESTER AdUl59l', fflefld Q Q . who has always been on hand to give us counsel, either individually or col- lectively . . . who has worked with us both early in the morning and until late at night . . . whose influence will be felt as long as memory serves us . therefore with all sincerity the Clos Dedicates this Forester to Miss Ruth Ruhe S J he School 61 AND IN WINTER E WERE FRESHMEN, and timidly we took our places. The teacher at the front of the room filled us with awe. Quickly and clearly he told us what was expected . . . As the years rushed by, we began to see that teacher in a diferent light. He assumed the air of a guide, an adviser. He treated us like adults, and his discipline was adult in nature. His lectures were spiced with humor, and we became accustomed to such sayings as "Have you heard this one . . fl, and uplease raise your lily-white hand . . .". Subtly, he molded us into good citizens of the school and future citizens of the state . . . Now, in leaving, we realize that the members of the faculty were true friends, and that theirs is a thankless job. They have built us a strong foundation for the uncertain life we are about to enter. To them we are eternally grateful . . . we owe so much Q to our hard-working faculty N The School MR. WENDELL E. DUNN, PRINCIPAL . . . unassuming . . energetic . . . ambition as a boy to be a railroad president . . . graduated from the University of Vllisconsin . . . from the Middle- West . . . came to Baltimore nine years ago . . . likes fishing and hunting . . . Wants improved scholarship at Forest Park . . . has happy, smooth-running life . . . a helpful friend, and a sterling leader. dministration MR. ALFRED P. SCOTT, VICE-PRINCIPAL . . . outspoken . . . philosophical . . . sincere . . . lived and worked on farm in youth . . . graduated from the University of Delaware . . . attended Columbia University and Johns Hopkins . . . interested in the affairs of youth, especially in serving the boys and girls of Forest Park . . . loves nature . . . collects old books . . . would like to see Forest Park have an athletic stadium . . . oldest son of Green and Gray in point of service. MISS SOPHIE M. BECKER, SPECIAL ASSISTANT . . . understanding, sympathetic, conscientious . . . teaching in her blood since early youth . . . attended Goucher College . . . graduated from Cornell University . . . mathematics still her first love . . . likes to study emotional and psychological reaction of boys and girls . . enjoys walking, swimming, and bridge . . . stands for integrity . . wise and experienced, she is a reliable counselor. 14 We Cannot Forget. . . THOSE OTHER HARD WORKERS Whose efforts help keep admin- istrative and curricular machinery running smoothly . . . those inti- mate chats with Miss Stoll . . . Miss Freed pouring over a pile of reports . . . Miss Wiese enthusiastically recommending good books . . . and Miss Butler appealing for umore volumelg' . 15 Readinl . . Ritin' . . . Rithmetic ENGLISH Mrs. Gladys Eger, Miss Margaret Chase, Miss Elizabeth Jones, Miss Virginia Shaffer, Miss Alta Thompson, Mr. Luther B. Cooper, Mr. Ahraham LeScl1ack, Miss Menetta Koenig, Miss Florence Arnold, Miss Ruth Hudson, Miss Etta W. Smith, Miss Fanny Wright. Absent-Mrs. Mary Sabine, Dr. Angela Broening, Head of Department. LANGUAGES First Row--A-Miss Ruth E. liuhe, Mr. J. Fred Moore, Miss .lessie M. Ebaugh, Head of Ancient Language Depart- ment, Miss Mary E. Cann. Second Row---Mr. Otto K. Schmied, Head of Modern Lan- guage Department, Mrs. Mary B, Sabine. Absent---Miss Irene Roe, Miss Edith Klinesniith. MATHEMATICS Miss Hester Whitfield, Mr. Walter Scheid, Miss Sophie Becker, Mr. Grover Norris, Head of Department, Miss Katherine Tames, Miss Florence Lane, Mr. Latimer Dice. HISTORY Mr. Henry B. Waskow, Mr. W. Woodruff Marston, Mrs. Margaret Williams, Miss Florence Levinson, Mr. Harry Bard, Head of Department, Miss Elisabeth Ridgely, Miss Florence M. Layman, Mr. Vernon Vavrina, Mr. H. Chester Wliitliey. Absent-V-Miss Grace Broening, Mr. Alfred P. Scott. SCIENCE First Row--Mr. Henry G. Hirsch, Mr. .lohn F. Burger, Miss Ruth Kramer, Miss Laura Breeden, Miss Mildred Hutt. Seconzl Row-Mr. Joseph Krieger, Mr. William MoClean, Mrs. Lillian Greenwald, Mr. David Scherr, Dr. Edwin L. Frerlr-rick, Head of Department. Alaswztglllr. C. Haven Kolb. INDUSTRIAL ARTS Mr. Stanley L: lleylman, Mr. William K. Yocuin, Head of Department, Mr. Edgar Bull, Mr. Thomas Young. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. C. Melville Anderson, Miss Lucy Jonrneay, Miss Lucy Hyde, Mr. Rex Sims, Director. Absent--Mr. Leo Powers. l'lNtQLISI-I L.-'tncnmptgs NTATHEMATICS HISTORY SCIENCE INDUSTRIAL Awrs COMMERCIAL ART First Row-Miss Rosetta Feldman, Miss Alice A. Elias, Miss Nellie S. Norris, Mr. W. Ramont Hamel, Miss Nora Miss Madeline M. Thompson, Mr. Michael C. Leipholz, Miss V. Brainard. Doris Everett, Miss Mary E. Wells, Mrs. Helen G. Brooks, Miss Ruth C0l'bClI. Second Row-Mr. Edward ll. Goldstein, Chairman of , I I Rl, HR' HA iw I W U, D , V Department, Mr. Samuel Goldsmith. Mrs. Thyra Fischer, 2,255 Fancle dmst ' 155 Ca 10 ey' L ISS OHS ' , ure . Mrs. Esther Darrochs. Absent--Miss Catherine Freiman. PHvsIc:AL EDUCATION COMMERCIAL ART Hour: Ecomomcs 17 Hand Other Important Workers MRS. RACHEL E. FELDSTEIN, NURSE . . . crusading with iodine and aspirin in the cause of better health at Forest Park . . . MISS FLORENCE MATHER, DIETITIAN . . . ready with vitamin counts, calories, and proteins to insure good food on cafeteria counters . . . MISS JULIA FREIMAN, IUNIOR SECRETARY . . . Miss Freed's shadow, sharing oHice responsibilities . . . . I8 Zin Memoriam MISS F. ADELE GROTE . . . courageous and determined, she was respected and admired by both students and faculty . . . her fortitude under trying conditions refiected honor upon her profession . . . 1 Class History . . . We are a class of NFIRSTSM. FIRST in the largest number of graduates in the history of the school, FIRST in the production of a Junior May Day, FIRST in the presentation of a Senior, Sub-senior Inaugural Dance. Perhaps we have not always attained the highest scholastic average. Perhaps we have not always achieved Forest ParIc's athletic ambitions. Nevertheless, if we have aspired to be FIRST in ejfort, FIRST in courtesy, FIRST in consideration of others, we may pride ourselves upon our record. Today we pledge our- selves to become good citizens of our country and useful links of the chain that ties man to his fellowman. To the achievement of this end we dedicate our lives . . . It was on a blustry October day that the june class of 741, boasting 515 members at the time, was introduced to Miss Ruth E. Ruhe, its adviser. Surveying the youthful, expectant faces with a pleasant smile, Miss Ruhe hurled a challenge at the class, HLET US SEE IF WE CANNOT MAKE THIS LARGEST CLASS ALSO THE BESTIH We have never forgotten these words. Even as we set about electing officers and preparing for our activities these words were before us. Election day came. Ira Marks became the Sub-junior Class president and Bob Steele de- feated Charles Godwin for the vice-presidency. Other OWCEFS chosen were Melvin Udelewitz, treasurer, Erlaine Dietrich, re- cording secretaryg Miriam Dorf, corresponding secretary, Ted FOLLOW THRU ON PACE ...suddenly we were eniors pREsiDENT BUD Senior Officers . . . and Committees . . . energetic, capable successor to Ira Marks, first president, Bob Steele took over the executive reins at the beginning of the Sub-senior year . . . has carried his re- sponsibilities in a quiet, modest manner which has Won him the admiration of the entire class . . . AND OTHER OFFICERS First Row--Hill Smith, Erlaine Dietrich, Miriam Dorf. Secoml Row-Ted DeBois, Clayton Coursey, Bob Steele. RINC SCRAPBOOK JUNIOR PROM MAY DAY INAUGURAL ASSEMBLY PROM AND BANQUET STEP SINGING FAREWELL GIFT TO THE SCHOOL Looking back we remember.. Abrahams Abrams Adams Adler Agnew Aldridge Allen Altfeder Altieri Amersbach MARGUERITE ABRAHAMS . . . Commercial . . talented horticulturist . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . 'tMarge" . . . has pet Persian cat . . . quiet and re- served . . . to become a dietitian. MELVIN ABRAMS . . . Academic . . . tall, lanky . . . representative . . . Chemistry Club . . . 'LAbe" . . . interclass athletics . . . student oflicer . . . wants to be a success. ANNA ADAMS . . . Commercial . . . tooth paste smile . . . Art Club . . . the class sport . . . Leaders' Club, vice-president . . . J. V. hockey, basketball, Varsity volleyball . . . representative . . . sports fan . . . Varsity hockey . . . Major F . . . track cup . . . student officer . . . to be stenographer. SYLVAN ADLER . . . Commercial . . . May Day Com- mittee . . . likes photography . . . Oihce Practice Club . . . J. V. track . . . MSib" . . . pleasant and sociable . . . J. J. J., Program Committee . . . FORESTER, pho- tography staff . . . Tree Planting Committee . . . home- room treasurer . . . wishes to see Kay Kyser. OLGA G. AGNEW . . . Academic . . . loyal . . . busy as a bee . . . Glee Club, corresponding secretary, non- athletic F . . . laughs at everything . . . Chemistry Club . . . interclass athletics . . . worries incessantly . . . Step Singing Committee . . . homeroom president . . . would like to work in an office. RUTH ANN ALDRIDGE . . . Academic . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . twinkling blue eyes . . . Fomssrrzu, club staff . . . Fencing . . . Glee Club . . . J. J. J., Howers, make up, auditorium show . . . Four Square Club . . . the perfect model . . . French Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . Archery . . . homeroom class secretary . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . craves as many friends as Elsa Maxwell. SHRAGO ALLEN . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . interested in mechanics . . . Hplease go over that state- ment again" . . . famous '4Allen" questions in class . . . to be a physician. IRA I. ALTFEDER . . . Academic . . . Boys' Chorus, vice-president . . . Chemistry Club . . . Drum and Bugle Corps . . . Masquers . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . non-athletic F . . . interclass athletics . . . FORESTER, advertising staff . . . J. J. J. . . . informa- tion desk . . . Senior Play . . . Banner Committee . . . medicine-his future. RITA MICHAELI ALTIERI . . . Commercial . . MBabe" . . . likes singing and classical music . . J. J. J., entertainment . . . adores pretty clothes . . . Typing Club . . . Art Club . . .' Beautincation Committee . . . Library Club . . . ambition is to sing opera. VIRGINIA AMERSBACH . . . Commercial . . . little one . . . J. J. J., entertainment . . . interclass athletics . . . jitterbug . . . Four Square Club . . . Typing Club, treasurer . . . tickled by her own jokes . . . Badminton . . . Archery . . . Office Practice Club . . . Shorthand Club . . . secret ambition-telephone operator. C. Anderson F. M. Anderson H. Anderson Applefeld Aronson Bach Bader Bailey Balk H. -Ballard CHARLES A. ANDERSON . . . Academic . . . survives on dancing, drums, and good orchestras . . . builds model airplanes . . . hopes to become a chemical engineer. FLORA MAE ANDERSON . . . Academic . . . likes singing, dancing . . . Glee Club . . . Latin Club . . . Art Club . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . home- room treasurer . . . J. J. J .... May Day Fete, dancer . . to take up nursing. HELEN ANDERSON . . . Commercial . . . saves pretty dolls . . . interclass athletics . . . would like to secure a good job . . . Office Practice Club . . . hopes to become a good drummer and make a success of drum corps. IRENE APPLEFELD . . . Commercial . . . short but sweet . . . Oflice Practice . . . likes music and plays . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . capable, but im- patient . . . Archery . . . "Pinky" . . . willing Worker . . . cosmetology or drama for future. ALICE JEAN ARONSON . . . Academic . . . Major F . . . Table Tennis . . . beginners' champ, president . . . Four Square Club . . . student officer . . . Leaders' Club . . . always smiling . . . Badminton, vice-president, non-athletic F . . . Chemistry Club . . . archery, hockey, basketball, year team . . . penny candy and sports fiend . . . Latin Club . . . coaching certificate . . . future pedagogue. L. WALTON BACH . . . General Technical . . . home- room vice-president . . . student officer . . . interested in stamp collecting and blondes . . . "Flash" . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . J. J. J .... wants to be a draftsman. BERTRAM H. BADER . . . Academic . . . FORESTER, photography co-editor . . . interclass basketball . . . super shutterbug . . . Color Day Committee . . . Oppor- tunity Club , . . Camera Club, president, non-athletic F . . . Leaders' Club . . . Table Tennis . . . seeks success in sports photography. EARL S. BAILEY . . . Commercial . . . good looking . . . likes sports, reading., and girls . . . Opportunity Club . . . Boys' Chorus . . . Ring Committee . . . "Reggie,' . . . jitterbug . . . J. V. football, Minor F . . . regular fellow . . . PRESS, sports . . . Glee Club . . . J. V. track. IDA SHIRLEY BALK . . . Academic . . . likes goodies and movies . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. J., bazaar . . . Latin Club . . . Archery . . . softball . . . carefree spirit, pleasing manner . . . Glee Club . . . detests conceited people . . . Home Economics Club, non- athletic F . . . student coach . . . Red Cross Club . . . locker duty . . . to become a nurse. HATTIE M. BALLARD . . . Commercial . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . Office Practice Club . . . loves fried oysters . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . homeroom secretary . . . wants to enter nursing field. RUTH BALLARD . . . Academic . . . enjoys sports Archery . . . Major F . . . Memory Book . . . J. J. J., . . . ice skating team . . . Glee Club . . . good looking scenery . . . student oflicer . . . homeroom president clothes appeal to her . . . J. J. J .... Four Square . . . representative . . . FORESTER, co-art editor . . . Club . . . locker duty. Varsity hockey, city championship medal . . . student coach . . . Table Tennis . . . track . . . Leaders' Club, second vice-president . . . May Day, art committee . . . EVAN BANKERT . . . Commercial . . . interclass ath- to be a commercial artist. letics . . . strong, silent type . . . J. V. football . . . a popular record addict . . . hopes to be like Kay KYSCT- NATALIE M. BARTLETT . . . Academic . . . Leaders' Club, president . . . Art Club, non-athletic F' . . . track . . . likes art and athletics . . . Varsity hockey, city JOHN BARKER - - - Afademif - - - likes to travel - v- - championship medal . . . basketball . . . Varsity volley- J. V. football . . . homeroom vice-president . . . Varsity ball, cocaptain, medal for championship ' ' i Student track . . . wants a girl in every port . . . student coach coach . - u Major F ' 1 I FORESTER, coin editor . ' . - - NZWY ahead- Memory Book . . . student cabinet . . . Archery . . . A student officer . . . Table Tennis . . . J. J. J., scenery . . . to be a commercial artist. EVELYN L. BARLEY . . . Commercial . . . Library Club, non-athletic F . . . Locker duty . . . petite, exuberant . . . Office Practice Club . . . g'Dash" . . MARION ESTELLE BARTLEY . . . Commercial . . . interclass athletics . . . May Day Fete, dancer . quiet . . . J. J. J .... Office Practice Club . . . likes to become a career girl. to read . . . 'SMernie" . . . to become a nurse. SEYMOUR BARON . . . Academic . . . new addition AUDREY BAUERNSCHMIDT . . . Academic . . . from New York . . . Table Tennis . . . coaching cer- interclass athletics . . . Latin Club . . . hates show-offs tificate . . . FORESTER, feature staff . . . ready smile . . . learning to play accordion . . . yells head off at . . . interclass athletics . . . Chemistry Club, non-athletic football games . . . University of Maryland is next. F . . . to 'wade through the wonders of Chemistry. FRANCES BELT . . . Academic . . . likes musical FRANCES H. BARTLETT . . . Academic . . . half of pictures . . . Glee Club . . . interclass athletics, Minor double trouble . . . likes modern art . . . Art Club F . . . homeroom vice-president . . . J. J. J. . . . May . . . basketball . . . Varsity volleyball, co-captain . . . Day Fete . . . wants to go to Hawaii. R. Ballard Bankert Barker Barley Baron F. Bartlett N. Bartlett Bartley Bauernschmidt Belt 26 electing Marks first year prexy SYLVIA FLORENCE BERKOW . . . Commercial . . . LEONA IRENE BETSCHLER . . . Commercial . . . Masquers . . . Table Tennis . . . tennis . . . interclass interclass volleyball . . . Glee Club . . . collects penn- athletics . . . Glee Club . . . Music Appreciation Club ants and tin foil . . . J. J. J .... golf fiend . . . Office . . Shorthand Club . . . Olhce Practice Club . . . Practice Club . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . to be second Dorothy Thompson . . . to be an actress. a singer or pianist. EOBERT BERUNE3 ' 1 j C0Sm?'Cwl ' - - fffice KOPEL BIARS . . . commercial . . . ffsookyc . . . iactwe Club ' ' ' mterc abs at Elms ' ' 1' 3' W1 mg J. V. football, track, J. V. F . . . '5Little Caesarv frwnd ' ' ' Wllecls Pennants and phomgrap 15 ' ' ' an' . . . interclass athletics . . . has a knack for electrical tlclpates fetlfmg at forty' work . . . J. J. J., refreshments . . . wants to enter JANE BERNSTEIN . . . Academic . . . thinks of boy fechmcal Held- friends and poetry . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . interclass athletics . . . PRESS, news JEAN MARIE BIEHL , , , Cgmmgrgial , , , collects - - - l10IIlCf00fI1 SGCTCIHYY - - . May Day FCIC . - - wishes records . . . Home Economics Club . . . superbly sweet t0 enter Northwestern UUiVef5ilYt . . . representative . . . homeroom secretary . . . peeved by pumpkin pie and Fred Allen . . . Gift Committee NAOMI BESER ' ' - Academic ' - ' Scrlbblersi Club, . . . Shorthand Club . . . aims for business career. president . . . locker duty . . . Table Tennis . . . be- lieves in an apple a day . . . Latin Club . . . Badminton . . . non-athletic F . . . Music Appreciation Club , . . CLAIRE E- BISCOE ' ' ' Academic - ' - develops Pic' interclass athletics . . . hockey, year team . . . Chemistry tures - ' - enjoys bowling, fried Chicken - ' - Home Club r r I dreams of e red eeupe I I I Major F I I I Economics Club, president . . . J. J. J., bazaar . . . Arehery I I I FORESTER Staff, Sports D I I May Dey pete Varsity softball, basketball . . . J. V. hockey . . . de- I I I eeaehing eerririeere I I I Four Square Club I I I spises snooty people and misers . . . Minor F . . . track the up and eerrrirrg DrI BeSerI events, cup . . . genial . . . to become a Comptometer operator. SONIA BESER . . . Academic . . . Naomiis big sister . . . Scribblers' Club, vice-president, nou-athletic F . . . AUDREY J. BISHOP . . . Academic . . . conscientious Music Appreciation Club . . . locker duty . . . classical Library Club, president . . . Latin Club . . . interclass music is tops . . . Table Tennis . . . literature claims athletics, Minor F . . . clever . . . Chemistry Club . . . spare time . . . hockey, year team . . . interclass athletics non-athletic F . . l. student olhcer . . . Masquers . . . . . . Latin Club . . . Badminton . . . Major F . . . J. J. J., make-up . . . Four Square Club . . . Senior Chemistry Club . . . FORESTER Staff, write-ups . . Play, make-up . . . daily gossip papers . . . locker duty May Day Fete . . . coaching certificate . . . Four Square . . . FORESTER, club staff . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . Club . . . Dr. Beser's sidekick, Dr. Beser. a yen for pedagogy. Berkow Berliner Bernstein N. Beser S. Beser Betschler Biars Biehl Biscoe Bishop 27 choosing curriculum and joining clubs Black Block Boswell F. Bowen W. Bowen Bowling Brenner Brocato Brockman Brillhart SIDNEY BLACK . . . Academic . . . current events conversationalist . . . likes jitterbugging, blondes . . . dislikes grammar rules . . . J. V. football . . . dreams of entering Naval Academy. FRANCES BLOCK . . . Academic . . . Art Club . . . likes drawing, singing, playing piano . . . very dark shiny hair . . . to become fashion designer. IRVIN JEROME BORENSTEIN . . . picture . write-up . . . see page 70. JANE LEE BOSWELL . . . Academic . . . FORESTER, advertising staff . . . content to read and sleep . . . May Day Fete, Queen's attendant . . . locker duty . . . homeroom secretary . . . representative . . . peaches and cream . . . interclass athletics . . . Ring Committee . . . Latin Club . . . French Club . . . her goal is to become an accomplished virtuoso. FRANK EDWARD BOWEN . . . General Technical . . . wants to abolish homework . . . softball, numerals . . . interclass athletics . . . interested in girls and swim- ming . . . homeroom president . . . Senator . . . repre- sentative . . . to be a skilled machinist. WALTER BOWEN . . . General Technical . . . inter- class athletics , . . softball, numerals . . . model rail- roader . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . hopes to be a drafts- man. MAE IRENE BOWLING . . . Commercial . . . likes music, chocolate sodas, roller skating and Glenn Miller . . . Office Practice Club . . . uMaisie" . . . repre- sentative . . . cheerful disposition . . . quiet . . helpful. MIRIAM FRANCES BRENNER . . . Commercial . . . Glee Club . . . pistachio ice cream . . . Home Economics Club . . . walks in the rain . . . interclass athletics . . . Shorthand Club . . . commercial career. ANNA BROCATO . . . Commercial . . . loves jitterbugs . . . a good time her hobby . . . homeroom president . . . Hlitseyw . . . likes gossip and cute fellows . . . grudge against show-offs . . . representative . . . to be a secretary. HERBERT BROCKMAN . . . General Technical . . . Model Craftsmen's Club . . . Radio Club . . . 4'Zilch,' . . . hobby is radio and electricity. CHARLOTTE ADELE BRILLHART . . . Commercial . . . "Reds" . . . Library Club . . . shys from red nails and operas . . . Shorthand Club . . . Glee Club . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . crochets . . . business world her future. Buckheit H. Buckman M. Buckman Burch Burnett Buxbaum Byers A. M. Carter P. Carter Carton LEONARD BUCKHEIT . . . Academic . . . f'Bucky" . . . Scribblers' Club . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . homeroom president . . . pleasant nature . . . wants to teach. HOWARD I. BUCKMAN . . . Commercial . . . likeable fellow . . . homeroom president . . . J. .I. .I .... likes drums, girls and bands . . . Office Practice Club . . . dislikes girls who smoke . . . Table Tennis . . . May Day Committee . . . FORESTER, write-up staff . . . Typing Club . . . student officer . . . representative. MARJORIE RUTH BUCKMAN . . . Academic . . . industrious hand . . . Four Square Club . . . dislikes jealous people . . . Clee Club . . . student oflicer . . . student coach . . . Latin Club . . . non-athletic F . . . dotes on movies, dancing . . . Table Tennis Club, secretary . . . interclass athletics . . . future--advertising. CLAIRE H. BURCH . . . Academic . . . blonde, likes Lawrence Olivier . . . Home Economics Club . . . FORESTER, advertising staff . . . hates cold days . . . Chemistry Club . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . student coach . . . Glee Club . . . student officer . . locker duty . . . future pre-med student. GENEVIEVE BURNETT . . . Commercial . . . Glee Club . . . classical books . . . opposed to Popeye's theory . . . Office Practice Club . . . goes south on fried chicken . interclass athletics . . . J. II. .L . . . looks forward to interior decorating. MILLARD BUXBAUM . . . Technical . . . "Bux', . . . short and neat . . . J. J. J., scenery . . . Chemistry Club, president . . . student coach . . . Table Tennis Club secretary . . . J. V. track, .L V. F . . . non- athletic F . . . photography, model building, and Tommy Dorsey take up spare time . . . Senior Farewell As- sembly, chairman . . . homeroom secretary . . . FORESTER, feature staff . . . to be a C. P. A. DAVID RICHMOND BYERS, III . . . Academic . . . FORESTER, art staff . . . Senior Play, scenery . . . in- terested in architecture, designing theatre, stage settings . . . Leaders' Club . . . Art Club, president . . . director of exhibits . . . Chemistry Club . . . to be an architect. ANNA MAE CARTER . . . Academic . . . Leaders' Club, treasurer . . . Four Square Club . . . musical giggle . . . Latin Club . . . Glee Club . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . French Club, president . . . prefers the courts and racquets . . . PRESS representative . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . Archery . . . Student Court, clerk . . . tennis . . . student ofhcer, captain . . . representative . . . has visions of modeling clothes. PEGGY CARTER . . . Academic . . . likes chocolate ice-cream, fried chicken . . . French Club, president . . . Four Square Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . Glee Club . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . student officer . . . Leaders, Club . . . FOREST!-ZR, feature staff . . . Archery . . . ambition to be dietitian. IRVING CARTON . . . Academic . . . thrives on swing, peanuts, and beautiful dark-eyed girls . . . interclass athletics . . . never has a haircut . . . to be a C. P. A. DUDLEY CATZEN . . . Academic . . . detests con- OTTO RICHARD CLAUS . . . General Technical ceited people . . . Opportunity Club . . . earnest pursuer . . . interested in radio and photography . . . Radio of his hobby, photography . . . Camera Club . . . inter- Club, vice-president . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . student class athletics . , . Varsity lacrosse . . . German Club oihcer . . . Camera Club, non-athletic F . . . J. V. . . . Senior Farewell Assembly . . . hopes to be a track . . . Leaders, Club . . . operates stage lights . . . business tycoon. commercial radio will fill his future. . JAMES CODD, JR .... Academic . . . hobby is model BETTY BEATRICE CHASIN - - - CUWWCVCUIZ ' - trains . . . loves to eat . . . wants to be a success in Shorthand Club . . . FORESTER, transcription staff . . . businggg. allergic to red hair . . . Glee Club . . . everybodyis girl . . . to work a while. , ALITA COHEN . . . Academic . . . Art Club . . . costume designing . . . loathes hair-combing in class- RICHARD CHESSLER i , I Academic 4 . l athletic room . . . J. J. J., portraits . . . future designer. . . . likes good music, quiet girls . . . peeved by crazy drivers . . . Band . . . Orchestra . . . interclass athletics . . . student coach . . . wishes to be successful in ALVIN M- COHEN - - - ACl1d0miC - . - Aft Club - - - business. Memory Book Committee . . . May Day Fete . . . Happy Hills, entertainment . . . J. J .J., portraits . . . Chemistry Club . . . non-athletic F . . . student officer . . . FORESTER, art staff . . . PRESS, cartoonist . . . LEONA CHIPMAN I I . Academic D I l Latin Club goes in for steaks with French fries . . . Ravel's 'aBolero" . . . Art Club . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . ' ' ' detests Smireahsm ' ' ' Stamp Club ' ' ' I0 be an J. J. J., portraits . . . sweet and fluttery . . . dislikes all around Success' jitterbugs and people who "just can't." FRANCES COHEN . . . Commercial . . . blond bomb- shell . . . Foaizsran staff, write--ups . . . Masquers . . . HOWARD B. CLARK . . . Technical . . . breaking a Typing Club . . . May Fete, Queen's attendant . . . dollar bill breaks him . . . interclass track . . . J. V. PRESS representative . . . student coach . . . enjoys track . . . aircraft work takes up spare time . . . after a chocolate ice-cream cone . . . would like to own a a Ph. D. degree. convertible. Catzen Chasin Chessler Chipman Clark Claus Codd Alita Cohen Alvin Cohen F. Cohen 30 , Af. in nf... f Q-.?f'-Y-Y .Creswell playing Santa for Happy Hills kids GERALD HOWARD COHEN . . . Academic . . . CARROLL COLEMAN . . . Commercial . . . hand- Biology Club . . . Boys' Chorus . . . Glee Club . . . some . . . likes sports and girls . . . Office Practice Club Opportunity Club . . . Leaders' Club . . . FORESTER, . . . golf . . . "Cookie,' . . . grudge against talkative business manager . . . Department of Sales and Pub- people . . . homeroom president . . . Varsity basketball licity, president . . . can't be found in the morning . . . interclass athletics. . . . student officer, captain . . . Junior Prom, business manager . . . Senior Inaugural Dance, business manager Senior Play, business manager . . . to be a surgeon. RUTH ELIZABETH COLEMAN . . . Commercial . . . 'LClover" . . . Art Club . . . easy to get along with . . . . . likes tiny dogs, cats, good looking boys . . . J. J. J., EQQCE ' ' Sgiilliiggc ' ' Mgiaiijassifig' portraits . . . Glee Club . . . commercial art, her goal. dancer . . . interclass athletics . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . collector of costume jewelry . . . J. J. J. - - - locker duty - - - Swimming, numerals- NAECARMA L. COLLECTOR . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . Art Club, non-athletic F . . . uNickie" . . . May Day, Art Committee . . . J. J. J., scenery, MILDRED MYRA COHEN l , , Academic , , , inter. bazaar . . . student coach . . . student officer . . wants class athletics . . . Glee Club . . . satisfied with good i0 graduate with h0U0fS- movies and music . . . Latin Club . . . ardent tennis fan . . . German Club . . . her friends call her Millie . . . Y- 1. Mm to team HENRY s. CONNELLY . . . Academic . . . Lana Turner is his weakness . . . Boys' Chorus . . . J. V. . football, ice hockey . . . detests stupid blondes . . . SHIRLEY COHEN . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . Camera Club ' I I German Club . . I J. J. J. . i l Hwee onei' . . . French Club . . . likes to chew gum PRESS, reporter . D i Chemistry Club' . . . Four Square Club . . . vanilla ice-cream is a favorite . . . cruises and train rides will take up her time. JEAN ELIZABETH CONNELLY . . . Commercial . . . "Jeannie" . . . all-'round athlete . . . interclass athletics SIDNEY COHEN . . . Academic . . . good athlete . . . Varsity softball . . . track . . . Major F . . . . . . curly hair . . . Orchestra . . . Latin Club . . . J. J. J., entertainment . . . homeroom vice-president headed for Naval Academy. . . . to visit Hawaii. Gerald Cohen Grace Cohen M. Cohen Shirley Cohen Sidney Cohen C. Coleman R. Coleman Collector H. Connelly J. Connelly 31 . all Hsaddles and beer jackets becoming the fad Conway Coplan Corkran Corner Coster Coursey Coyne Crawford Creswell Crise BARBARA HOPE CONWAY . . . Academic . . . Latin izing . . . annoyed by superiority complex . . . to be Club . . . PRESS, sports . . . interclass athletics . . . a journalist. Varsity volleyball, manager, manager's numerals . . . . Fonasrrsa sports staff . . . Four Square Club . . . likes ROBERT CLAYTON COURSEY ' ' ' Academic ' ' ' - - - - J. V. football, J. V. F . . . track, Major F . . . dancing, bowling, reading . . . roller-skating . . . L , Cl b d 1 B , 0 t .I C1 b "Bobbie" . . . hates fish with bones . . . French Club atm u ' sewn ,comin ' :YS ppfr 1511155 Club' . . . student oi'Hcer . . . thrilled by Spencer Tracy . . . treasurer ' ' ' Passlfm or sal Oa S ' ' ' ea .ers u ' pediatrics' treasuiiir . .F. Senifi lpafgural liag Ciommgtee . . . non-at etic . . . ie ustice o tu ent ourt . . . ALFRED COPLAN - - - fiellfiemie - - - Cheer leader Orchestra . . . Boys' Chorus . . . Student President's - - - Table Tennis Club, Pfeeifieiii - - - iliiefeiaee Hill' Cabinet . . . coaching certificate . . . Assistant Coaching ieiics - - - h0meT00m ViCe'PfeSideUi - - - Cieiigiiis in Director . . . representative . . . FORESTER, advertising Dfrrsey discs - - - J- J- -l ---- Mat' Dai' Fefe- Pf0eeSSi0H staff . . . homeroom vice-president . . . student officer. - - - Vafeiii' iaefeeee - - - C03CiliDg Cefiiiieaie - - - ire' String Ensemble . . . Senior Class Vice-president . . . mendeus voice - - - CiiemiSiTY Cilib - - - FORESTER, Senior Inaugural Assembly, chairman . . . partial to sports staff . . . non-athletic F . . . student officer . . Uncle Samis Navy, A. A. representative . . . a booming business man. JOHN J. COYNE . . . Academic . . . very tall . . . HERBERT CORKRAN - - - Aellfiemie - - - Ceeeiliiig likes baseball, steaks, potatoes . . . Varsity baseball Certiicafe - - - Latin Club - - - Ceneieiefli and depend' . . . always in trouble in class . . . wishes to take up able worker . . . Chemistry Club . . . select collector . . . Constfuctign work, Farewell Gift Committee . . . homeroom president . . . French Club . . . derives much pleasure from scientific ' EDWARD CRAWFORD . . . Academic . . . amateur work. photographer . . . Camera Club, vice-president . . . FRANCES MARGUERITE CORNER I . A Academic colleclgs porgglts of beautifgl girl? stuctent officer . . . pleasing dimples . . . dreams of Army . . . Glee ' ' ' Oys Orus ' ' ' to 0 geo Oglca Wor ' Club . . . dislikes high socks . . . Home Economics CLARENCE LAMAR CRESWELL Academic Club, president . . . representative . . . homeroom vice weighs 218 pounds big hearted' li ' football Lehi preslldent ' ' ' Mlckey ' ' ' Junior Prom, hostess ' ' ' . . . Ethical Club . . . Leaders' Club . . . enjoys Petty's Senior Inaugural Ball Committee . . . student officer drawings information desk Varsity football ' ' ' Sip Smgmg Commmee ' ' ' to become department baseball, ice hockey . . . interclass athletics . . . Senior Store uyer' Class sergeant-at-arms . . . desire to be a horse doctor. NATALIE COSTER . . . Academic . . . Varsity soft- I ball . . . tennis . . . interclass athletics . . . homeroom ANNE STUART CRISE . . . Commercial . . . beH11iY treasurer . . . Glee Club, non-athletic F . . . J. J. J., and brains . . . interclass athletics . . . in and out of entertainment . . . enjoys writing poetry and vocal- trouble . . . J. J. J .... likes concerted men. . 32 Cromwell Crout Cummins Cushner Darling DeBlase E. DeBois T. DeBois Dennis Dettor JEAN COX CHOMWELL . . . Academic . . . Four Club . . . homeroom secretary . . . J. J. J., bazaar Square Club, secretary . . . Chemistry Club . . . Bad- . . . naive . . . student officer . . . Glee Club . . . minton . . . collects souvenirs . . . Clee Club . . . recipe collector. . . Oliice Practice Club . . . May Day J. J. J., bazaar . . . dotes on dogs and cats . . . Art Fete, Queenls attendant . . . Shorthand Club . . . look- Club . . . Latin Club . . . Junior French Club . . . ing forward to entering business. student ofiicer . . . non-athletic F . . . udebbyll . . . locker duty . . . Happy Hills entertainment . . . inter- ELAINE DE B015 . . A Academic I . ' May Day Few class athletics . . . deceased June 2, 1941, mourned . . . . . b . 1 Junior Prom Committee . . . Music Appreciation Club y Cllllre class. . . . . . . interclass athletics . . . designs, makes her own Q clothes . . . "Dudy,' . . . PRESS representative . . . JOHN E- CROUT, JR ---- Commercial - - - Duke homeroom secretary . . . despises odd plaids together ij - - Plays 541655 - - - BOYS, Ch0fUS - - h0PeS t0 . . . likes to get plenty of sleep . . . Prom and Banquet 600319 3 Ta 10 Smgef- Committee . . . to go into tea business. N l . . . ' . . . ' . ALORTON CLMMINS . Am'le""C hobby ls THEODORE DE Bois . . . Academic . . . Drum and p otography . . . Camera Club . . . FORESTER, pho- , . , . . Bugle Corps . . . Boys Opportunity Club . . . Leaders tography staff . . . good comedians amuse him . . . . . . - - Club . . . interclass athletics . . . J. V. track, football Chemistry Club . . . to be a chemist. . . . . . . . Varsity ICC hockey, manager., Major F . . . Senior Class sergeant-at-arms . . . PRESS, sports editor . . . JEANETTE BETTE CUSHNER ' ' ' Academic ' " ' FORESTER, sports editor . . . Varsity lacrosse . . . May Llbrary Club ' ' ' locker duty ' ' ' always Combme Day Fete . . . J. J. J .... wishes to be pediatrician. hair . . . Glee Club . . . interclass athletics . . . baby face . . . student oliicer . . . French Club . . . tennis . . . Latin Club . . . to study education. MARJORIE ELLEN DENNIS . . . Academic . . . fragile darling . . . Glee Club . . . interclass basketball NIURIEL LEE DARLING . D l Academic I - A Peggy . .. . Chemistry Club . high heels . . . collects souve- . . . majors in glamour . , , C166 Club l ' I Art Club mrs . . . dislikes screechy sopranos . . . Latin Club . . . . . . appreciates sincerity . . . interclass athletics . . . busmess School next year' Minor F . . . Badminton . . . student officer . . . J. J. J., bazaar - ' 3 always Orders barbecues - - - MaY Day MEREDITH DETTOR . . . Commercial . . . "Jerry" Fete, Queen s attendant . . . dreams of modeling. , , , likes to heat it out on the uhidesa . . . Boys' Op- portunity Club . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. J., CONCETTA DEBLASE . . . Commercial . . . beautiful orchestra . . . student officer . . . Varsity soccer . . . hair . . . Art Club . . . A 82 W milk shakes . . . Typing hopes to be a Hbig time" drummer. 33 JULIA DEUTSCH . . . Academic . . . raven tresses, hamburgers, milk shakes . . . May Day Fete, dancer infectious smile . . . German Club, president . . . non- . . . student coach . . . Latin Club . . . Home Economics athletic F . . . Archery . . . dotes on good things to Club . . . to be a bacteriologist. eat . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . interested in animals . . . dislikes silly girls . . . student officer . . . J. J. J., dancer MIRIAM BERNICE DORF . . . Academic . . . student i oliicer . . . Junior Prom hostess . . . magic violin . . . Latin Club . . . Leaders' Club . . . String Ensemble ERLAINE DIETRICH . . . Academic . . . "Mayme", 0 h MM- ,Q h -d Senior Play . . . enjoys interpretive dancing . . . May " J. ri Ttrjolgigti l 'uflay' bag, F?3l3r?3lglheE:j1.eJ1i DHY Fetq' Queen ' Masquers ' ' ' F' Pavlowa non-athletic ,F . . . wins friends and iliiluences people :Hirst can tcifjrcfgiezlng fgifsgciirlils or ililgignipsgizi? . . . locker duty . . . corresponding secretary, Senior ' l...S' F llA blC ' ation Club . . . Senior Class, recording secretary . . . Siissutilize hgflgfusifgfvgiilitieiem Y Ommmee student officer, captain . . . Leaders' Club . . . wants to get the most out of life. SAMUEL DORSEY . . . Technical . . . women drivers WARREN DISCHER D . ' Academic l l l Cheeks are peeve him . . . always dressed neatly . . . model air- consistently rosy . . . collects firearms and swords . . . plane bu11def,-,- ' qulet ' ' ' Wants to be a good drafts' likes unsophisticated girls . . . ardent stamp collector man Of machlmst' . . . Stamp Club . . . desires to work in B. 31 0. R. R. ELIZABETH V. ECKENRODE . . . Academic . . . ROBERT DITZEL . . . 1'echnical . . . Craftsmen's 'lLibbY" - - - talks incessantly - - - Home Economics Club . . . collects important newspaper headlines, old Club - - - Sfudeuf Coach - - - P0tul0 Chip addict - - - coins . . . Chemistry Club . . . always neat . . . inter- ChCfuiStfY Club - - - humefoom lfeasullef - - - Prizes class athletics . . . J. J. J., scenery . . . to he a ma- lung uuS0fuailS - - - MHY Dat' Fefe, dancer - - - locker chiujst or draftsman- duty . . . trademarked by that wink . . . aspires to be an actress. JOHN DOGCETT . . . Technical . . . Craftsmenis Club . . . J. V. soccer, J. V. F . . . Varsity soccer, MARY ALLEN EDWARDS . . . Academic . . . inter- Major F . . . homeroom treasurer . . . May Day Fete class athletics . . . Archery . . . Masquers . . . J. J. J., . . . hopes to become a draftsman. liowers . . . Chemistry Club . . . Minor F . . . collects ' china dogs . . . Latin Club . . . detests clashing colors LAURA B. DOLLE . . . Academic . . . hates "Blue . . Senior Inaugural Assembly Committee . . . French Mondaysn . . . locker duty . . . zealous absorber of Club . . . Badminton . . . to model. Deutsch Dietrich Discher Ditzel Doggett Dolle Dorf Dorsey Eckenrode Edwards 34 RRI' ...Godwin starting his Senatorial career GERTRUDE EHRLICH . . . Commercial . . . detests NORMA MAE ENGL-AR - - - Commercial - - - keeps people who brag . . . homeroom treasurer . . . spends social scrap book . . . Glee Club . . . reserved person much time in the movies . . . Typing Club . . . be- , . . Typing Club . . . interclass athletics . . . Shorthand ginners tennis . . . interclass athletics . . . to be a Club . . . Wants to be a good secretary. business executive. MARIE EIFERT 1 . u Commercial , . . Hporkyrf . JOHN BOSLEY ENSOR . . . Academic . . . tall and likes bookkeeping, accounting . . . Ofiice Practice Club lanki' - - - loves to Cai - - - Collects Stamps . Stamp . . . homeroom treasurer . . . doesn't like chislers . . . Club, Pfesidellf - - - locker duty - - - 1Hf0TmHt10U desk to keep books. . , . May Day Fete, usher . . . desires to become a chemist. ROBERT LEE EIRICH . . . Academic . . . Varsity soccer . . . interclass athletics . . . Varsity tennis . . . FLORENCE RUTH EPSTEIN Academic 'LBob" . . . steers clear of corny swing . . . mouth waters Home Economics Club ashorlyl, ' Student gozicli at thought of steak . . . goes in for sports in a big L . ' ' ' ' ' ' . . atmClub...peppy...J.J.J....GleeClub Way ' ' ' to accomplish Somethmg' . . . souvenir hunter . . . movies . . . food . . . music . . to teach or enter civil service MARIE EISER . . . Commercial . . . Tommy Dorsey! . . . J. V. basketball, hockey . . . Minor F . . . repre- sentative . . . homeroom treasurer . . . Varsity basket- NEIL ESKRIDGE , , , Academic , , , whatever it is, ball . . . J. J. J., entertainment . . . track ribbon . . . he'5 against it-even write-ups, PRESS representative . . . wants to be a housewife. MIGNON VIRGINIA EMMART . . . Academic . . . FLORENCE LOUISE FAIR . . . Commercial . . . Glee student coach . . . Fencing . . . Archery . . . Latin Club . . . Office Practice Club . . . giggles incessantly Club . . . "Mickey" . . . collects dogs . . . Chemistry . . . May Day, dancer . . . PRESS representative . . . Club . . . track . . . interclass athletics . . . Minor F collects popular records, stamps . . . interclass athletics . . . loves to travel . . . to go to college. . . . Table Tennis . . . to be oiiice worker. Ehrlich Eifert' Eirich Eiser Emmart Englar Ensor Epstein Eskridge Fair 35 Hfighting for places on Green and Gray teams Fallin Feldman Felser Felter Ferkler Filbert Fisher Fletcher Flitton Fogarty LOTS MAE FALLIN . . . Academic . . . Latin Club DOROTHY M. FILBERT . . . Academic . . . sincere . . . French Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . dreams of . . . interclass athletics . . . numerals . . . Library flying to Bermuda . . . Department of Sales and Pub- Club . . . Glee Club . . . once spoke to President licity . . . Loie . . . continuously runs her fingers through Roosevelt . . . student officer . . . Four Square Club her hair . . . interclass athletics . . . May Day Fete, . . . Leaders' Club . . . shudders at '4Reds" . . . non- dancer . . non-athletic F. athletic F . . . homeroom secretary . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . locker duty . . . headed for a nursing career. SHIRLEY A. FELDMAN ..., -icademic . . . quiet and reserved . . . Home Economics Club . . . pet peeves-- silly girls and conceited boys . . . .l. .l. J., bazaar . . . RALPH AUSl'lN FISHER, .lr .... Academic . . movies, ice-cream are favorites . . . long finger nails . . student officer . . . interested in aviation, stamps . . . would enjoy travel and life of ease . . . dietitian. loves out-of-doors . . Wants position in aviation, art or army. STANLEY 'FELSER . . . Commercial . . . J. J. J., program committee . . . the genius . . . FORESTER, MAY FLETCHER . . . Commercial . . . '4Maise,' . . . photography staff . . . May Day Fete, usher . . . Band bowling takes up much time . . . wants to secure a . . . likes photography and stamps . . . Office Practice good position. Club . . . hopes to take over fathers stores. RAYMOND FLITTON . . . Technical . . . gets stage- BETTIE FELTER . . . Commercial . . . collects poetry fright when speaking before the class . . . neat as a . . . Library Club . . . hates to get up in the morning pin . . . homeroom treasurer . . . future minister. . . . Glee Club ...seldom heard from . . . .l. J. .l. . . . searching for happiness . . . to be a nurse. ANNE FOGARTY . . . Academic . . . Glee Club . . . interclass athletics . . . admires Tommy Dorsey, people BETTY ANNE FERKLER .... A cademic . . . interclass who can grow long fingernails, airline hostesses . . . athletics . . . Student Advisory Board . . .representative Latin Club . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . French . . . student oiiicer . . . Tommy Dorsey fan . . . clean Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . Archery . . . aspires saddles peeve her . . . graduation, her immediate aim. to be a secretary to a doctor. 36 Foreman Forshlager M. Fox N. L. Fox S. Fox W. Fox Franklin F. Friedman H. Friedman Friedlander MARIAN S. FOREMAN . . . Academic . . . soft, dramatic voice . . . Masquers . . . Music Appreciation Club, secretary . . . ardent Tschaikowsky fan . . . Fencing . . . Junior French Club, president . . . J. J. J. . . . confesses to be a spendthrift . . . PRESS, news editor . . . Latin Club . . . yearns for a mink coat. BLOOMA FORSHLAGER . . . Academic . . . Junior French Club . . . Open Forum Club . . . interclass athletics . . . non-athletic F . . . golden voice . . . Glee Club . . . J. J. J., chorus . . . "Beamie', . . . leans to Grand Opera. MIRIAM L. FOX . . . Commercial . . . Tennis Club . . . Beautification Committee . . . Collects old Christmas cards . . . quiet and reserved . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . locker duty . . . J. J. J., waitress . . . hopes to become a private Secretary . . . Office Practice Club. NANCY LEE FOX . . . Academic . . . collects classical records . . . Table Tennis, tournament and showcase committees . . . dislikes missing out on anything . . . interclass athletics . . . Varsity tennis . . . numerals . . . excellent swimmer . . . main thoughts: clothes and food . . . a future display designer or camp director. SONIA ADES FOX . . . Academic . . . Masquers . . . Fencing . . . always nudging someone . . . Latin Club . . . Junior French Club . . . beautiful clothes her strong point . . . J. J. J., flowers . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . Senior Play-Reading Committee . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . interclass athletics . . . would own a book-shop and a red convertible. WINIFRED FOX . . . Academic . . . always laughing . . . Table Tennis . . . student coach . . . Badminton . . . soft, sweet voice . . . Latin Club . . . interclass athletics, Minor F . . . tennis . . . track . . . FORESTER, write-up staff . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . Wini . . . PRESS representative . . . J. J. J., flowers . . . locker duty. MARJORIE FRANKLIN . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . talkative . . . Masquers . . . Art Club . . . J. J. J .... Open Forum Club . . . French Club . . . Glee Club . . . wants to learn to finish things she starts. FRANCES M. FRIEDMAN . . . Academic . . . Glee Club . . . cute . . . Four Square Club . . . PRESS representative . . . German Club, vice-president . . . non-athletic F . . . angora and perfumes are pet passions . . . interclass athletics . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . homeroom secretary . . . college is her aim. HOWARD FRIEDMAN . . . Academic . . . dislikes surprise tests . . . Varsity softball . . . interclass ath- letics . . . homeroom president . . . student oliicer . . . full of vigor and hustle . . . wishes to be a lawyer. MURRAY FRIEDLANDER . . . Academic . . . Masquers Club . . . Boys' Opportunity Club . . . J. V. track, letter, ribbons . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. J. . . . Play-Reading Committee . . . Senior Play . . . shrewd . . . wild over fine horses, stage . . . homeroom president . . . would like to win a Kentucky Derby. FREDERICK E. GAITHER . . . Technical . . . inter- - JAMES RAY GIBSON . . . Technical . . . listens to class athletics . . . U. S. stamps and blondes attract Kay Kyser . . . locker duty . . . likes blondes and him . . . ice hockey and ice skating are his favorites cars . . . information desk . . . detests hats with long him . . . ice hockey and ice skating are his favorites . . . feathers . . . homeroom president . . . wants to be a J. J. J .... structural engineering will be his future. customs inspector. V, GAYNELLE QALE i I i Academic i i i Four Square CHARLES GODWIN . . . Technical . . . Leaders' Club Club . . . interclass athletics . . . tennis . . . Latin Club - - - Etiiieai Ciilb, President - - - Swell fellow - - - Vafsitll . . . dislikes jitterbugs and silly girls . . . Glee Club . . . football, Major F - - - ice hvckev, Malin' Fw medal - - ' locker duty l D i ushortyu . l D May Day Fete, dancer Lacrosse, Major F . . . high scorer in hockey league . . . . . . pointing to a career as a modern Florence Night- Senator - - - ambition is Ceiiege- ingale. BEATRICE ANN GOLD . . . Commercial . . . Bea . . . SHIRLEY MITZIE GAMERMAN . . . Academic . Twins Club ' - - km? a SMP book - - - Shofthand Latin Club i n i imerciass athletics U ' D .iGam,, I Club . . . excellent typlst . . . Four Square Club . . . Library Club n i i Giee Club i ' i happy-goriucky i . Minor F . . . student coach . . . OiIlCC.PTHCI1C8 Club dumb boys and Silly girls peeve her i l i to teach. . . . interclass athletics . . . representative . . . wants to marry her boss. CHESTER A- GARDNER, JR ---- Commercial - - - SHIRLEY GOLD . . . Academic . . . Art Club . . . Glee Club . . . bass voice . . . Varsity track . . . J. J. J. tgnnis , , , Lfshanee , , , French Club i , i J. V, FORESTER, sP0Tts staii - - - MGUIHPY7, - - - iikes Eifis, basketball . . . Varsity softball . . . collects pins and hates gum Chewers - - - BOYS, Ciiefiis - - - J- V- iee pictures . . . Archery . . . Latin Club . . . volleyball hockey . . . interclass athletics . . . wants to meet Betty i ' i likes iittei-bugging, driving I . i Mimi F i . I to Gfabie- be a nurse. SHIRLEY GERTZ . . . Commercial . . . i'Babes', . . . JAY GOLDBERG . . . Academic . . . Boys' Oppor- Glee Club . . . Home Economics Club . . . horseback tunity Club, secretary . . . blase . . . "Yogi', . . . hates riding and dancing are favorites . . . J. J. J., flowers "know-it-alls" . . . likes Becket's saxophone and . . . May Day Fete, dancer. Spanier's cornet . . . Leaders' Club. Gaither Gale Gamerman Gardner Gertz Gibson Godwin B. Cold S. Gold Jay Goldberg 38 - . last minute crams for exams MANFRED E, GOLDBERG , , , Academic , , , BETTE GOODMAN . . . Academic . . . personality, non-athletic F . . . Table Tennis Club, president, P0P11lHfitY, PCFSCVCTHUCC s - - Masqllersv Secretary - - - champ . . . J. J. .l .... interclass athletics . . . student likes Stage difemlng and acting - - - M11SiC APPTCCH1' officer . . . PRESS representative . . . FORESTER, sports ti0I1 Club - . . ifliCfClaSS athletics - - - May Day FCIC, staff . . . coaching certificate . . . Chemistry Club . , . Queen's attendant . . . student officer, lieutenant . . , dreams of a maroon convertible . . . to be a chemist. FI6I1Cb Club - - - delCSfS 0bH0Xi0l1S PC0PlC - - - -l- -l- J-, Howers . . . Fencing . . . Senior Play-Reading Com- mittee . . . hopes to co-star with Charles Boyer in stock ROBERT BRUCE GOLDSTEIN . . , Academic . . . Company productions. earnest blue eyes . . . Band . . . Orchestra . . . goes for Petty's drawings . . . Ethical Club . . . interclass LENORE G. GOODWIN . . . Academic . . . Latin athletics . . . non-athletic F . . . Varsity baseball . . . Club . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . Senior Major F . . . indoor track . . . hopes to be a college Inaugural Dance Committee . . . Open Forum Club grad. . . . Scrap Book Committee . . . student coach . . . Art Club . . . finds her monotone voice annoying . . . "Lee" MILTON GOLDSTROM l . . Commercial . i i rare . . . FORESTER, advertising staff . . . to be a lawyer. sense of humor . . . Varsity tennis . . . pet peeve- VIRGINIA GORDON D I ' Academic l G . f.Ginger,, wolves OH a Strawude ' ' ' thmks he needs a long . . . Four Square Club . . . interclass athletics, Minor vacation' F . . . Latin Club . . . non-athletic F . . . collects souvenirs . . . considers sport clothes tops . . . to do MIRIAM GOLLIN . . . Academic . . . watches the Secretarial Work- boys . . . likes ice-skating, dancing, new evening dresses , . . . Cultural Club . . . Badminton . . . Latin Club . . . EDWARD MICHAEL GORMAN ' ' ' Technical ' ' ' interclass athletics l . ' PRESS representative l . A interclass athletics . . . fancies blondes and brunettes PRESS, reporter . . . French Club . . . Varsity volley- ' ' ' BOYS, Opportunity Club ' ' ' HNed,7 ' ' ' to retire ball . . . wants to marry a millionaire with oomph. at 25' ELAYNE GOTTESMAN . . . Academic . . . peaches LEONARD H. GOLOMBEK . . . Academic . . . likes and cream complexion . . . Home Economics Club, steaks, light operas . . . Biology Club . . . Open Forum vice-president, non-athletic F . . . student officer . . . Club - - - Music Appreciation Club . - - interclass interclass athletics . . . Archery . . . Minor F . . . athletics . . . very oblrging to everyone . . . Chemistry Table Tennis , , , shuns bossy people and junky Club - - - Boys, Cl10TuS - - - Glee Club - . - h0m6r00IIl jewelry . . . PRESS, sports editor . . . FORESTER, sports vice-president . . . information desk . . . FORESTER, staff , , , Music Appreciation Club . . . PRESS rep- Clllh staff . . . iIlI6f6S1.E!Cl in Cl'1CIHlCal W0l'li. resentative , , , future dregs designer, M. Goldberg Goldstein Goldstrom Collin Golombek Goodman Goodwin Gordon Gorman Gottesman 39 . Duchin guest-starring at our Jubilee Gotschall Grafton Greenfelcl M. Greenfield M. .l. Greenfield Greenwald Groves Guggenheimer Hackerman Hall MARY EDNA GOTSCHALL . . . Commercial . . . con- vincing orator . . . Scribblers . . . likes public speak- ing . . . attends conferences . . . Leaders' Club . . . Student Advisory Board . . . despises penny-pinchers . . . J. .l. .l .... student officer . . . homeroom vice- president . . . looks forward to teaching at the f'Y'7. RUTH GRAFTON . . . Commercial . . . loves good times . . . homeroom treasurer . . . interclass athletics . . . chocolate sundaes her favorite . . . detests cueball haircuts . . . student coach . . . PRESS representative . . . to be airline hostess. ALVIN E. GREENFELD . . . Academic . . . dreams of California . . . interclass athletics . . . hopes to bowl 100 . . . coaching certificate . . . spends his spare time with model airplanes and plane pictures . . . one of the younger members of the class . . . legal aspirant. MARY GREENFIELD . . . Academic . . . Varsity hockey, softball, tennis . . . "Pepper', . . . Varsity basketball . . . Latin Club . . . non-athletic F . . . jolly prankster . . . Table Tennis . . . Major F . . . Archery Club, president . . . Badminton . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . Four Square Club . . . enthusi- astic athlete . . . Leaders' Club . . . FORESTER, sports staff . . . coaching certificate . . . mathematics will figure in her future. MARY JANET GREENFIELD . . . Academic . . . 'iBlondie,' . . . interclass athletics . . . loves fried chicken, cake, dancing . . . Glee Club . . . dislikes homework . . . student officer . . . representative . . . homeroom secretary . . . ambition: home life. ANN R. GREENWALD . . . Academic . . a charm- ing companion . . . Latin Club . . . collects china dogs . . . pet peeves: high socks, peroxide blondes . . . helpful in many ways . . . gym locker duty . . . hopes to become av medical technician. JOHN ROBERT GROVES . . . General Technical . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . writes lyrics and poems . . . likes movies, radio programs . . . interclass athletics . . . J. .l. J., scenery . . . Step Singing Committee . . . hopes to be a great lyric writer someday . . . PAUL GUGGENHEIMER . . . Technical . . . engin- eering and aviation . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . Scout Club, vice-president . . . .l. V. track . . . PRESS, reporter . . . famous for his questions . . . Masquers . . . Radio Club . . . likes to take things apart and put them together again. SHIRLEY HACKERMAN . . . Academic . . . 'cdouble or nothingv . . . Latin Club . . . goes in for tennis, good music. and Tyrone Power . . . Senior Farewell Assembly Committee . . . Glee Club . . . interclass athletics, Minor F . . . student coach . . . homeroom secretary . . . student officer . . . Chemistry Club . . . to become a nurse or teacher. JEAN ELIZABETH HALL . . . Academic . . . interested in dramatics . . . Glee Club . . . dreams of blonde haired boys and maroon convertibles . . . Chemistry Club . . . .l. .l. .l., flowers . . . crooked stocking seams annoy her . . . Home Economies Club . . . non-athletic F . . . locker duty . . . wishes to become dietitian. Hament Hampson Hammer HEIIISCH HHHSSCH Harris A. Hart M. L. Hart Hartz Hause DORIS MAE HAMENT . . . Academic . . . FOREST!-JR, GODFREY R. HARRIS . . . General Technical . . . photography staff . . . J. J. J .... Table Tennis . . . baseball team manager . . . likes ice skating, ice hockey friendly . . . interclass athletics . . . numerals . . . . . . interclass athletics . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . to homeroom treasurer . . . adores chocolate pudding see America first. and photography . . . never a care in the World . . . Camera Club . . . to study medicine. ARTHUR LEE HART, JR .... Technical . . . Varsity soccer, Major F . . . Varsity track . . . thrives on BETTY JANE HAMPSON . . . Commercial iiBets" . . . speaks in a low voice . . . homeroom mmorilycle ridilgili ' ' J'T'J' Jkushei ' ' ' imercligs treasurer . . . interclass volleyball . . . reading and art ?t eggs ' ' rlslmlas ree ommmee ' ' ' to y work . . . to be a private secretary. or I e rmy or armes' DOROTHY BERTHA HAMMER . . . Academic . . . MARY LOUISE HART Commercial C166 Art Club, non-athletic F . . . interclass athletics . . . Club Office Practice' Club Skating and Minor F . . . crazy about powder blue and bicycling . ' ' ' ' ' ' . . reading . . . May Day, dancer . . . speaks when spoken . . . Latin Club . . . to design dresses. to i aims to Work. EUGENE HANSEN . . . Commercial . . . jitterbug . . . likes swing and jazz bands . . . Varsity football . . . STANLEY HARTZ . . . Academic . . . Music Appreci- dislikes big shots . . . Gene . . . Varsity track . . . ation Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . interclass athletics likes a good fight . . . a real pal . . . Varsity basketball . . . Drum 81 Bugle Corps . . . to be political economist. . . . Glenn Miller is tops. ' DELORES HANSSEN . . . Commercial . . . second DOROTHY HELEN HAUSE - - - Academic - - - Sonja Henie , I , Shorthand Club , , , J, J, J ,,,, basketball . . . Latin Club . . . keeps stray cats . . . Home Economics Club . . . custard pie . . . interclass iikes iC0 Skating - - - Giee Chlh - - - 'SDOF' - - - hates athletics . . . Minor F . . . Library Club . . . intends high heels with ahkieisi clashing 001015 - - - J- J- J- to work. . . . nursing. 41 RUTH E. HAUSMANN . . . Academic . . . Leaders, Stamp collecting . . . grudge against Hitler, Mussolini Club . . . Four Square Club . . . Junior French Club and Jacobs . . . wood carving . . . J. J. J., publicity . . . excels in sports, studies, and friends . . . J. V. . . . to enter postal service. hockey . . . Varsity softball . . . Major F . . . takes to water like a fish . . . FORESTER, sports editor . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. J., bazaar . . . Student ANITA DORIS HERB - - - Academic - - - nimble Advisory Board I I I homeroom president I I I ffCoor'f feet . . . Home Economics Club . . . PRESS, reporter . . . PRESS representative . . . student coach . . . May 1 - ' h0mef00mI Pfesldem - J- J- J-7 dancer - - - Day FereI dancer I I I eafe ofbeer I r I to reaelr pbyeiesn rnterclass athletics . . . goes in for hot dogsr mystery books . . . Chemistry Club . . . full of dynamic energy . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . to become a social WINIFRED HEANEY . . . Academic . . . '4Bunny" service worker. just arrives on time . . . Glee Club . . . likes Eddie Duchin almond ice-cream . . . interclass athletics . . . - student officer . . . avoids knee-high socks, crew hair- CATHERINE LORRAINE HOCKSTBA ' -I ' Com' ours I I I prom and Banquet Cemmlrree I r I easy e0meI mercial . . . 6'Hock" . . . one Ill a million . mterclass easy go I I I French Club r I I Plano Club I I I Music athletics . . . homeroom president . . . likes Scotties Apbreoiarrorr Club I I r JI Il' JI, gym SboWI . . Leaders, Club . . . Office Practice Club, secretary . . J. J. J .... to be a private secretary. BABETTE S. HECHT . . . Academic . . . Table Tennis - - - Vafsifi' Swimming, C0'CaPtainv Major F - - - ifllef' ADELE HOFFMAN . . . Commercial . . . goes for class 3il'llCtlCS . . - J. V. hockey . . . B3.dII1lIlt0Il . . . pretzels and fellgwg I I I I I . interclass tennis - - - Min0f F - - - Step Singing C0mIT1iUCe - - - athletics . . . HH" . . . Office Practice Club . . . prays May Day Fete, dancer . . . "Babs" . . . likes all sports for an employer who isnlt hgt tempered. . . . intelligent . . . Latin Club . . . collects junk . . . student coach . . . representative . . . track . . . to enter Smith- SELMA LEE HOFFMAN . . . Commercial . . . likes swing recordings . . . Typing Club . . . '6Shorty" . . . . I can get along with anyone . . . student oflicer . . . ROBERT HERB ' ' ' Academic ' ' ' Freshman Sopho' Office Practice Club . . . ambition to marry a rich man. more football . . . Varsity baseball . . . "Reds" . . . homeroom secretary . . locker duty . . . to be a bachelor. I EDWIN HOFMEYER . . . Commercial . . . likes movies NATHAN HERBST . . . Commercial . . . class intellect . . . Table Tennis . . . homeroom treasurer . . . hopes . . . Freshman-Sophomore basketball . . . "Nates', . . . to enter business. Hausmann Heaney Hecht Herb Herbst Herr Hockstra A. Hoffman S. Hoffman Hofmeyer 42 , ,,,, ...June '4I presenting First May Day MARGARET M. HOGARTY . . . Academic . . . golf . . . Leaders' Club . . . Four Square Club . . . very team . . . French Club . . . likes Great Danes, chocolate versatile. cake, tweecl suits, Tommy Dorsey . . . '4Hoagie,' . . . peeved by broken fingernails . . .incessant gum chewer IRVING B. HORN, JR ' i l Academic ' i l Band ' ' ' 10 be laboratory techmclan' . . . interclass athletics . . . quiet and unassuming . . . wishes to be a success in life. JOSEPH W. HOGUE . . . Commercial . . . Oppor- tunity Club . . . J. J. J., usher . . . sport enthusiast . . . interclass athletics . . . student officer . . . Oliice Practice Club . . . Leaders' Club . . . dislikes silly girls . . . to be a business executive. SHIRLEY HORVITZ . . . Academic . . . always smiling . . . likes novels, Bob Hope, Glenn Miller . . . Latin Club . . . Masquers . . . Four Square Club . . . French Club, vice-president . . . interclass athletics . . . non- athletic F . . . Ring Committee . . . student officer. BABETTE HOLBROOK . . . Academic . . . Glee Club . . . student coach . . . Department of Sales and Publicity ROSEMARY HOUCK . . . Academic . . - Latin Club . . . classic features . . . soft drawl . . . interclass athletics . . numerals . . . Archery . . . "Babs" . . . student oliicer . . . track . . . tennis . . . Art Club, non-athletic F . . . homeroom president . . . loves Los Angeles, racerdips, canoes, swimming . . . to be private secretary to the boss. . . . Art Club, corresponding secretary . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . homeroom vice-president . . . '5Deedie" . . . adores bright colors, big hair bows . . . Memory Book . . . non-athletic F . . . tiny waist . . . to be dress designer. RUTH VIRGINIA HUBBELL . . . Academic . . . "Kitten" . . . easy on the eyes . . . Table Tennis . . . enjoys good times, writing poems and stories, and tennis . . . Masquers . . . detests deceitful people . . . Home Economics Club . . . J. J. J .... Glee Club . . . to be a nurse. BETTY LEE HOOPES . . . Academic . . . 4'Boots" many buddies . . . Glee Club . . . goes wild over tall handsome men . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. J. . . . homeroom president . . . Gift Committee . . . representative . . . Archery . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Home Economics Club, president . . . student officer . . . to become secretary. GERALDINE HUMPHRIES . . . Commercial . . . admires good looking clothes . . . Glee Club . . . inter- MARIE HOOT . . . Commercial . . . "Hootie"k . . . class athletics . . . J. J. J .... homeroom vice-president athletically inclined . . . Library Club, secretary . . . , , , May Day Fete, dancer . . . hopes to become a interclass athletics . . . Art Club . . . Ring Committee gtenographer, Hogarty Hogue Holbrook Hoopes Hoot Horn Horvitz Houck Hubbell Humphries 4-3 .. rushing for seats in the cafe Irwin Isaacs Jacobs Jaffe Jenkins F. Johnson J. Johnson Jolly A. Jones K, Jones KATHLEEN MARIE IRWIN . . . Academic . . . in- Club . . . Glee Club . . . Library Club, non-athletic F terested in sports . . . Latin Club . . . Archery . . . . . . Leaders' Club . . . Junior Red Cross, Relief Corps J. J. J .... Badminton . . . likes pep assemblies . . . . . . to be an army corps nurse. Table Tennis . . . J. V. basketball and volleyball, Major F . . . hard working and obliging . . . Leaders' . . Club . . . coaching certificate, non-athletic F . . . FLORENCE 'JOHNSON ' ' ' Commercial ' '. ' thrills FORESTER advertising Stag. to Bing Crosby and Ronald Reagan . . . interclass ' athletics . . . good natured . . . representatlve . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . PRESS representative. BETTY ROSALYN ISAACS . . . Academic . . . Chem- istry Club . . . never a hair out of place . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . Latin Club . . . student coach JESSE JOHNSON . . . Academic . . . Varsity football, . . . sweet and sincere . . . French Club . . . Four basketball, track . . . Ethical Club . . . southern accent Square Club . . . "Cissy" . . . Open Forum Club, secre- . . . javelin throw champ . . . Opportunity Club . . . tary . . . gym locker duty . . . Step Singing Committee cherchez la femme! . . . representative . . . May Day . . . secret aspiration is to drive own convertible. Fete, Robin Hood . . . delights in sports . . . to try a hand at engineering. MELVIN R. JACOBS . . . Commercial . . . tall, dark, and elep happy - . - Ofliee Practice Club - - - likes girls WILLIAM H. JOLLY . . . Academic . . . FORMER, and Jlitefbllgs - - - C1355 eemedien - - - Student effieer, photography staff . . . Varsity track . . . J. V. football, captain - - . Typing Club - - - Vefeiw basketball - - - J. V. F . . . senior Play . . . Bill . . . J. J. J., enter- Leaders' Club . . . Wants to play professional baseball. tainmem l l . dancing takes up Spare time l , l Uber" picture is on his notebook . . . hates homework over ELSIE JAFFE . . . commercial . . . PRESS fepfe. Weekends- sentative . . . Shorthand Club . . . Office Practice Club . . . tennis . . . basketball . . . Glee Club . . . Music ADELLE JONES , , , Academic , , . Home Economics Appreciation Club . . . homeroom sergeant-at-arms . . . Club , , , Sold on sweet swing, light classics, new h0PeS re nnd P1303 in hllsinffssi - - - Mai' DHY Fefe, clothes, baby haircuts . . . Glee Club . . . sweet . . -. deneer - - - FORESTEFS U'anSCflPf10n Slaff- Latin Club . . . unassuming . . . officially to be a nurse . . . secretly interested in singing and acting. BLANCHE MARY JENKINS . . . Academic . . . likes good music and angel-food cake . . . Home Economics KARL H. JONES . . . Technical . . . Craftsmelfs Club, treasurer . . . Senior Play . . . J. J. J., bazaar Club . . . homeroom president . . . Bud . . . enjoys . . . interclass athletics, Minor F . . . J. V. volleyball indoor roller skating, football, and ice hockey . . . . . Archery . . . Varsity swimming . . . Chemistry J. J. J .... future architect. 44- uiak ,L ,.. m M. Jones A R. Jones Judehnd Kahn Kahntroff Kane Kanter Karfunkel Karalfa Kartman MILTON R. JONES . . . Commercial . . . Mickey . . . BRUCE RUSSEL KANE . . . Technical . . . student Opportunity Club . . . J. V. Basketball, J. V. F . . . coach . . . J. J. J., usher . . . 'iKiller" . . . J. V. Varsity football . . . a born comedian . . . May track . . . J. V. F . . . Varsity track . . . interclass Day Committee . . . collects jokes and coins . . . athletics . . . collects post cards, old and foreign money, Leaders, Club . . . Oflice Practice Club . . . J. J. J., stamps . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . May program committee . . . hopes to become a business Day Fete . . . homeroom vice-president . . . engineering executive. claims future. ROLAND JONES . . . Academic . . . varsity football BLOOMA KANTER - - - Academic - - - interclass . . . Minor F . . . collects girls' addresses and telephone afiiieiics - - - OPCII FOTUIYI Club . . . "Cookie,' . . . numbers . . . interclass basketball . . . rainy days bore Student Oiiicefi Captain - - - Play Reading Cnnlniiiiee him . . . i'Whimpy" . . . wants to retire in 10 years. - ' - J- -J' J ---- Senior Play, C0nVinCing iead - - - Masquers . . . wants to be one-half the person Lynn Fontaine is. WILLIAM LEE JUDEFIND, JR .... Academic . . . interested in stamp collecting . . . interclass athletics ROSE LEE KARFUNKEL Commercial Office . . . track team, assistant manager . . . gym locker ' ' i i ' i , . , Practice Club . . . Table Tennis . . . favorite interest: duty . . . expects to attend University of Pennsylvania. ice skating . . . Glee Club . . . interclass athletics . . . favors blondes . . . student officer . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . business world. JEANNE JACQUELINE KAHN . . . Commercial . . . Glee Club . . . witty . . . sings hill billy songs . . . Office Practice Club . . . J. J. J., Howers . . . often MARY ELLIS KARALFA l , , Academic , , , merry seen sketching . . . FORESTER, transcription staff . . . , , , Glee Club , , , craves flowers, jewelry, parties . . . sincere . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . secret ambition is 3 joke book , , . peeved with late dates l , , to is aft- i become department store buyer. JEANNE W. KAHNTROFF . . . Academic . . . basket- DONALD KARTMAN . . . Academic . . . interclass ball . . . J. J. J., chorus . . . Glee Club . . . curt . . . athletics . . . PRESS, managing editor . . . repre- Latin Club . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . collects sentative . . . hates hypocrites . . . J. J. J. . . . home- poetry, anecdotes . . . enjoys operatic music . . . French room president . . . enjoys good food and music . . . Club, secretary . . . interclass athletics . . . always May Day Committee . . . Scrap Book Committee . . . carries nail file . . . to be a ugoodi' teacher. Leaders' Club . . . interested in medicine and journalism. 45 . . as-m.,Q,..,,: ERNESTINE SOPHIE KATZ . . . Academic . . . quality THOMAS KEATING . . . Commercial . . . enters all not quantity . . . Latin Club . . . sundaes and Sundays contests . . . Varsity golf, Minor F . . . chocolate are her favorites . . . interclass athletics . . . incessant sundaes and double malteds . . . "Par" . . . J. V. ice- chattering . . . French Club . . . J. J. J., Howers . . . hockey . . . student coach . . . PRESS, sports . . . Chemistry Club . . . enjoys tennis, books, classical non-athletic F . . . homeroom vice-president. records .... Four Square Club . . . Music Appreci- ation Club . . . student officer . . . wants to be kindergarten teacher' VIRGINIA KEESEY . . . Academic . . . unusual hobby of collecting samples . . . Table Tennis . . . French . Club . . . a studybug . . . interclass athletics, Minor F NORBERT KATZ ' ' ' Academic ' ' ' Stamp Club' . . . tennis . . . expects to attend a Bible school. president . . . interclass athletics . . . information desk . . . student oliicer . . . to be an engineer. LORRAINE KEILES . . . Academic . . . athletic . . . JEAN VAN LILL KAUFFMAN I . . Academic . . . likes journalism, people with sense of humor . . . dis- representative I ' I Leadersf Club DI.. Gjee Club likes catty people . . . French Club . . . Table Tennis D .1 l FORE51-ER, art Stag 1 u l Memory Book, chairman . . . Four Square Club . . . interclass athletics, Minor . . . Art Club, non-athletic F . . . Junior Prom Com- F - ' - Student coach ' ' ' PRESS- news eflltor ' l' - mittee , ' ' ju J. Jw portraits, Scenery l . 1 nuts about J. J. J .... May Day Fete . . . wishes to be a journalist. football games, Tommy Dorsey . . . Department of Sales and Publicity . . . service F . . . May Day Committee . . . Prom and Banquet Committee, chair- JANET VIRGINIA KELLER , , , Academic , . I non. man . . . student oihcer, captain . . . to be fashion artist. athletic F . . . Varsity tennis, hockey . . . J. V, basket. ball . . . Leaders' Club . . . Four Square Club . . . blushes readily . . . Major F . . . Table Tennis . . . STANLEY KAUFMAN . . . Academic . . . Chemistry Archery . . . Latin Club . . . always busy . . . Badminton Club . . . Varsity track . . . representative . . . wants . . . FORESTER, sports staii . . . coaching director . . . to graduate. yearns to beat Alice Marble. ALLEN KAYNE . . . Academic . . . homework, giggly IRVIN KEYSER . . . Academic . . . good conver- or talkative girls abominable to him . . . Camera Club sationalist . . . Chemistry Club . . . interclass athletics . . . enjoys Tommy Dorsey and Charles Barnett . . . . . . homeroom president . . . student officer . . . swell Open Forum Club . . . Craftsmen's Club. fellow to all . . . wants to obtain political heights. E. Katz N. Katz Kauffman Kaufman Kayne Keating Keesey Keiles Keller Keyser 46 .4 .,i'1,,.. i d i g i an 0 ELEANOR MARIE KIEL . . . Commercial . . . likes to travel, dance . . . excellent English student . . . "Happy" . . . quiet . . . a good friend . . . to be rich. SHIRLEY E. KIRSH . . . Commercial . . . always in dutch . . . Shorthand Club . . . interclass athletics . . . doodles incessantly . . . Glee Club . . . looks forward to modeling. . MILTON KLEPFISH . . . Academic . . . knows En- . choosing Steele Sub-senior head Minor F . . . Four Square Club . . . Senior Farewell Assembly Committee . . . J. J. I .... Senior Play, make-up . . . Banner Committee . . . student officer . . . to be social worker. ambition SHIRLEY LEE KOLODNER . . . Academic . . . Piano Club, secretary . . . German Club . . . chews gum in- cessantly . . . Latin Club . . . interclass athletics . . . Minor F . . . PRESS, reporter . . . French Club . . . .l. J. .I .... Open Forum Club . . . May Day Committee . . . Library Club . . . student ollicer . . . genuine in- terest in teaching. cyclopedia verbatim . . . tendency towards corpulence . . ,. Chemistry Club . . . constantly quoting history book . . . ardent philatelist . . . enjoys bowling "95" . . . chemistry and mathematics await his contribution. CARL KOGELSCHATZ . . . Commercial . . HARRY O. KORFF . . . Academic . . . interested in photography . . . likes blondes . . . dead batteries dis- gust him . . . interclass athletics . . . Romeo. . always a friend . . . Office Practice Club . . . 'aSmokey" . . . Art Club . . . likes scientific experiments, painting and sports . . . dislikes dictators and big shots . . class athletics. EUNICE KOLKER . . . Commercial . . . saves menus . . . Glee Club . . . class primp . . . Typing Club . . . Office Practice Club . . . J. .l. .l., flowers . Appreciation Club . . . Shorthand Club . . . athletics . . . likes intelligent people . . . government job. ROSALYNDE KOLODNER . . . Academic . . Club, treasurer . . . Rozy . . . Latin Club . . non-athletic F . . . Cultural Club . . . interclass Kiel Kirsh R. Kolodner S. Kolodn er ROBERT KOTLOWITZ . . . Academic . . . good- natured . . . collects theatrical magazines . . . coaching certificate . . . Senior Farewell Assembly Committee . . . lost without gum . . . interclass athletics . . . information desk . . . Latin Club . . . Senior Play Reading Committee . . . Piano Club . . . Boys' Chorus . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . hopes to meet . inter- -. - MUSIC Tullulah Bankhead. interclass wants a EVA ROSE KRAMER . . . Academic . . . .l. J. .l. . . . Latin Club . . . quiet . . . French Club, vice- . French president . . . interclass athletics . . . mouth waters . PRESS, for sundaes . . . Archery . . . likes reading . . . Bad- athletics, minion . . . to teach. Kleplish Kogelschatz Kolker Korli Kotlowitz E. Kramer -FJ xv' L.MM...g.ML . 47 . . . Senior--Sub-senior Inaugural Ball at Casualty M. Kramer Larrimore MEYER KRAMER . . athletics . . . 'LButzH . . music . . . "Don,t kid me Kroovitsky Kuntz Landsman Lanza Laughlin League Leatherbury Leavey flcaalemic . . . interclass . interested in all types of on my nicknamef, MIRIAM KROOVITSKY . . . Commercial . . . talkative . . . likes to read . . . Typing Club . . . light hearted . . . Mickey . . . loves recordings of swing bands . . . Oflice Practice Club . . . ambition--a private secretary. MIRIAM KUNTZ . . . .4caflen1ic . . . I"0m3s'i't:lt. write-up editor . . . Happy Hills entertainment, co- chairman , . . Art Club . . . adores all music . . Latin Club . . . interclass athletics . . . Music Appreci- ation Club . . . always talking or laughing . . . tennis . . student coach . . . J. .I. .I.. flowers. SHIRLEY LANDSMAN . . . Commercial . . . "Stnffi, . . . representative . . . Clee Club . . . wax works fanatic . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . T. D. favorite . . . FORESTER, write-up staff . . . outdoor type . . . PRESS representative . . . effervescent personality. SALVATORE THOMAS LANZA . . . Academic . . . always smiling . . . adores blondes . . . Varsity football . . . Major F . . . Varsity track . . . hopes to attend college. .pmt VIRGINIA LARRIMORE . . . Commercial . . . fencing and field hockey . . . dotes on music . . . Bo-Peep . . . wants to become an air line hostess. DORIS LAUGHLIN . . . Arazlemie . . . pretty smile . . . detests dateless weekends . . . Clee Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . admires good looking clothes . . May Day Fete, Queen's attendant . . . .I. .I. .I. . . student officer . . . hopes to go to college. MARIE ALICE LEAGUE . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . chocolate ice-cream . . . Clee Club . . . inte- class athletics . . . Fencing . . . J. J. I., specialty act . . . jeune fille . . . non-athletic F . . . aspires to guide the lessons of little ones. RUTH MCCAULEY LEATHERBURY . . . Commercial . . . Glee Club . . . student officer . . . likes 'em tall and dark . . . reserved . . . allergic to suspenders . . . to be a good secretary. tb' Now A NA R. LEA I?i' de11iic . . . J. .I. .I., flowers . . . Badminton . . . J. V. hockey . . . Latin Club . . . Ann . . . locker duty . . . Junior French Club . . . can't tolerate snobs . . . Archery . . . to do social service work. lulilllvlltpll Lee Lehman A. Lessans E. Lessans F. Lessans Levenson A. Levin B. A. Levin G. Levin Levinson CHARLOTTE ELLEN LEE . . . Academic . . . Varsity ice skating, horseback riding . . . reading . . . movies tennis . . . numerals . . . homeroom secretary . . . . . . swing . . . Chemistry Club . . . Archery . . . four enjoys all types of music . . . non-athletic F . . . dips of ice cream . . . to teach. German Club . . . always in a good humor . . . Glee Egg' ' ' ' DF13a'm?em of Safes and P.ubhmY ' ' ' Beds SHIRLEY TOBAE LEVENSON . . . Academic . . . y Duchrns piano playing soothing . . . aspires . . . . concerted people disgust her . . . German Club, vice- to be a professional dancer or drum player. . president . . . ever wise-cracking . . . Glee Club . . . Four Square Club . . . interclass athletics . . . Varsity LILLIAN JOAN LEHMAN ' ' ' Academic '. ' ' con' basketball . . . non-athletic award . . . wants to marry. fesses a weakness for ple a la mode . . . interclass athletics . . . noncathletic F . . . PRESS, reporter . . . f student coach . . . Library Club . . . Scribblers . . AILEEN B- LFVIN ' ' ' Academic ' ' - Wears lsmmlmg Junior French Club D I I Chemistry Club 1 l D appreci, clothes . . . mterclass athletics . . . good times are ates a sense of humor . . . May Day Fete Committee tops ' ' ' Germahn Club ' ' ' Sloppy People disgust her . . . FORESTER, club staff . . . student oflicer . . . gym ' ' ' Table Tenms ' ' ' Wants to marry' locker duty . . . writes for pleasure . . . a fourth estate career. BETTIF. ANNE LEVIN . . . Academic . . . pleasant and peaceful '. . . Home Economics Club, secretary, AARON G, LESSANS , , , Academic , , , Orchestra, . . . swimming fan . . . Archery . . . dislikes derbies and president . . . Band, secretary . . . interclass athletics moustaches . . . Table Tennis . . . J. .l. .l-c bazaar . . . enjoys Tommy Dorsey . . . Glenn Miller , , , ...favorite dishes: ice cream and turkey . . . interclass hungry for roast beef . . . .l. .l. .l., jazz band . . . athletics - - - future Cliefiiian- I goes for music in a big way . . . swing band, special A woodwind section. . . to be an agriculturist. GILBERT LEVIN , , , Academic , , , dark com. , plexioned-resembles an Indian . . . likes feature writ- EVELYN JEANETTE LESSANS . . . Academic . . . ing and Ph0t0gf3PhY - - - Table Tennis - - - rotten likeable . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. .l., make-up jokes and leakt' Pens HHUOY him - - - Camera Club - - - . . . Latin Club . . . Junior French Club . . . Glee FORESTEK Ph0t0gfaPhY C0-Cdiwf - - - PRESS, C0'fe3tUTC Club . . . Fom-:srl-ik, feature staff . . . Fencing Club Cdimf - - - Wishes i0 be 3 snnd j0l1fnaliSf- . . . Chemistry Club . . . soft red hair . . . tennis . . . plans 10 major in home economics. RHEA S. LEVINSON . . . Academic . . . interclass athletics . . . collects postcards . . . Four Square Club FREDA LESSANS . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . . . . mystery thrillers capture her attention . . . Home homeroom secretary . . . Fencing . . . representative Economics Club . . . dislikes people who primp in . French Club . . . 4'Fritz" . . . likes swimming, public . . . to be radio announcer. 49 HILDA LEVY . . . Commercial . . . trim and tiny MURIEL V. LIPSON . . . Commercial . . . Typing . . . Archery Club, treasurer . . . collects souvenirs . . . Club . . . homeroom president . . . Library Club, vice- Glee Club . . . Senior Inaugural Ball Committee president . . . Ollice Practice Club, vice-president . . . . . . May Day Fete, dancer. poise and charm combined . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . representative . . . Leaders' Club . . . Wants government work. SONIA BETTY LEVY . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . Chemistry Club . . . Masquers, secretary . . . Junior French Club . . . HELEN LITSINGER Commercial student corrects her friends' bad grammer . . . interclass ath- Omcer musicau ingzlihed Varqit' gloueybau letics, numerals . . . J. J. J., make-up, bazaar . . . ..HOl'1yQ, hopis to travel' ' ' A Y 5 Fencing . . . May Day Committee . . . would like to tackle stage after college. LOUISE DOROTHY LITTLE . . . Commercial . . . RICHARD A. LILLIEN . . . Academic . . . Camera Glee Club, non-athletic F . . . May Day Fete, dancer Club . . . interclass athletics . . . Newark's gift to . . . doodler . . . hates operas, fresh boys . . . student Forest Park . . . Senior Play . . . enjoys a lengthy coach . . . interclass athletics . . . dress designer. snooze . . . FORESTER, photography staff . . . favorite pastimes are photography and rifling. RAE LLOYD . . . Academic . . . movie fan . . . likes DOROTHY LINDSAY Academic reading nice clothes . . . French Club . . . Chemistry Club d . . . ' ' ' .' ' ' ' . . . Clee Club . . . interclass athletics . . . May Day ancing, 1ce-skating are tops . . . Latin Club . . . Ft h om .de t Student Goa h French Club . . . Clee Club . . . interclass athletics e ef ' ' Omero presl n ' ' ' C ' ' ' . . . quiet . . . wishes to be a nurse. nursing career' ROSALIE LIPSITZ . . . Academic . . . Varsity ice- EVELYN CATHERINE LOESCHKE . - - C0f1lmfffCil1l skating, tennis . . . Badminton . . . Library Club , , , . . . serious and silent . . . likes ice skating, reading interclass athletics . . . Major F . . . A. A. representative and sports . . . talent for piano . . . L'Shorty" . . . . . Latin Club . . . PRESS representative . . . Clee Office Practice Club . . . representative . . . nice person Club . . . Badminton . . . to be a gym teacher. to have around. H. Levy S. Levy Lillien Lindsay Lipsitz Lipson Litsinger Little Lloyd Loeschke 50 pep assemblies, hot dogs, and cheering SELMA JEAN LOEWNER . . . Academic . . . May lacrosse . . . homeroom treasurer . . . Major F . . . Day Committee , . . Art Club, non-athletic F . . . takes his time . . . homeroom president. J. J. J., Howers, scenery, bazaar . . . student officer, lieutenant . . . collects poems . . . wants to graduate MARJORIE MANN Academic interested in . h h . . . . . . Wu onors' stamps . . . Stamp Club, secretary . . . dotes on ice cream and out of town boys . . . Four Square Club . . . interclass athletics . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . MARY RUTH LOGUE D D ' Commercial l . ' amiable Library Club . . . J. J. J .... FORESTER Staff . . . Red disposition . . . Office Practice Club . . . student officer Cross Club ' ' ' Masquers ' ' ' Cabmel' . . . interclass athletics, Minor F . , . Leaders' Club . . . Student Coach ' ' ' to be an accoumam' JANET MARCUS . . . Academic . . . super salesman . . . PRESS representative . . . interclass athletics . . . loves blondes, convertibles, pistachio ice cream . . . ESTHER LONDER . . . Academic . . . newcomer from Latin Club - f - J- J- -lv HOWCFSZ - - - French Club the South . . . French Club . . . swimming and chow - - - Foul' Square Club - - - Feiwlng - - - PRESS fe' mein thrill her , , , would like to travel. porter . . . looks forward to marriage and a country home. LIABEL S- MAIN U I l Academic . . I quiet and re, IRA M. MARKS . . . Commercial . . . main interests: served . . . Glee Club . . . partial to Glenn Miller girls, milkushakelsjmd Photography - ' ' Ofllce Plfacflce and Tommy Dorsey . . . Latin Club . . . career woman ' Club - ' ' Fudgle ' - - May Day Few ' ' ' Sulflumofv in a few years. Junior Class President . . . Opportunity Club . . . PRESS . . . Ping Pong Club . . . J. V. football . . . Boys, Chorus . . . student ollicer, captain . . . Gift Committee . . . representative . . . Senator . . . Student CLAIRE MARIE MAISEL , , , Academic , , , 1311 and .Advisory Committee, chairman . . . Leaders' Club . . . blonde . . . frank or conceited people bother her . . . Sllldeni Court - . - WHHIS I0 graduate With h0fl01'S- J. J. J., Howers . . . Glee Club . . . Masquers . . . May D f F is , . . . Y . ai em' Queen a"mdam Mm to be a model MARGARET ELEANOR MARTIN . . . commercial . . . interested in all sports . . . Varsity hockey, soft- ball . . . hockey medal . . . has album . . . Major F ROBERT MALLONEE . . . Commercial . . . 4'Mal', . . . PRESS representative . . . FORE-fren, transcription . . . another Bob Burns . . . Varsity ice hockey and staff . . . track, basketball ribbons . . . to work. Loewner Logue Louder Main Maisel Mallonee Mann Marcus Marks Martin vi' ' 51 . . . wearing Cardigans and high stockings Robert Matthews Roy Matthews Maxwell McConnell McCormick McGehee Meeth Meyer G. Myers M. Myers ROBERT MATTHEWS . . . Technical . . . Band, CHARLES MCGEHEE . . . Commercial . . . FORESTER, non-athletic F . . . likes pretty girls . . . women sports staff . . . energetic, athletically inclined . . . drivers peeve him . . . saves stamps and coins . . . Opportunity Club . . . J. V. football . . . Varsity football to become draftsrnan or mechanical engineer. . . . wants success. BETTY MEETH . . . Academic . . . cute . . . pug nose ROY MATTHEWS - - - Academic - - - Wears g00fl' . . . PRESS reporter . . . likes to ice skate and write l00l4lI1g Cl0ll'19s - - - Gefmau Club. treasurer - - - -l- J- -l-s short stories . . . Scribblers . . . tennis . . . non-athletic PFUPCNY - - - Ann Rutherford and banana spllls are F . . . detests conceited people . . . Clee Club . . . T. l lus Pet Passlfms - - - A11 Club, sergeant-al-Hfms - - - Dorsey is her favorite . . . aspires to be another homeroom, vice-president . . . Senior Prom and Banquet- Shakespeare. Committee . . . wants to be an architect. FREDA MEYER . . . Academic . . . Latin Club A . . . . '6Freddy,, . . . Art Cliih . . . wild about white EVELYIB MAXRQELLCI 'b' Commirval 'd' jhales to orchids, dancing . . . abhors spinach . . . homeroom e ease ' ' ', ee u ' ' ' a ways ancmg ' ' ' secretary . . . peppy . . . tiny . . . to be interior deco- homcroom president . . . hopes to be a stenographer. rator ' A ' 11 MARGARET ANN MCCONNELL . . . Commercial RARLANRI LARRY MYERSA-rl C1fde"'L?"' ORE . . . homeroom secretary . . . clothes conscious . . . loom pres? em ' ' ' Stamps an glrs. eep lm occuple intends to get a good john . . . Varsity football, baseball . . . mterclass athletics. MEl..VlN MYERS . . . Technical . . . J. V. Football, JAMES LOUIS MCCORMICK . . . Commercial . . . J. V. F . . . .l. V. ice hockey, Major F . . . "Ice ready sense of humor . . . enjoys baseball . . . blushes Tongs" . . . girls-he's not particular . . . student easily , , , hopes I0 land 3 Swell jgb, oliicer . . . hopes to he electrical engineer. 52 E. Miles L. Miles B. Miller J. Miller T. Miller Millman Millstone Mitchell C. Moore V. Moore ELIZABETH MILES . . . Commercial . . . likes roller KATHERINE MILLMAN . . . Academic . . . French skating, swing bands, and jitterbugs . . . Office Practice Club . . . dotes on dancing . . . Latin Club . . . Music Club . . . homeroom treasurer . . . Glee Club . . . Appreciation Club . . . continually dieting . . . Chem- interclass athletics . . . J. J. J .... 46Boots" . . istry Club . . . Junior French Club, secretary . . . combines laughter and labor. FORESTER, club editor . . . Scrap-book Committee . . . Senior Inaugural Ball, co-chairman . . . Open Forum LELAND W. MILES . . . Academic . . . student Pres. Clnb t - -HHHPPX, Hills, entertainment - - - Stndent ident . . . Leaders, Club, president . . . Scout Club, Cnnnh ' ' ' Kathy ' ' ' tn become 3 Schoolmarm' president . . . enthusiastic scout . . . Masquers . . . Table Tennis 6. . . ,coaching certificate . . . PRESS, EVELYN MILLSTONE u U l Commercial i l . always features . . . 'Shoes . . . Happy Hills Entertainment, smiling May Day Committee Masquers cochglrman ' gaii ymmgl thesplan ' Jwmemqm Of'Iice Practice Club . . . student officer . . . PRESS pl-E515 int ' ' Sugerc is etfcss' ' 'b Tcrsgy telims' representative . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . sot a . . .. tu ent resi ents crap oo ommittee hopes to travel' . . . J. V. ice hockey, football . . . letter . . . non- athletic F . . . Opportunity Club, president . . . Ethical Club . . . one of the enthusiastic i'Muts', . . . theatrical BETTYE MITCHELL . . . Academic . . . aKem" or journalistic Career, . . . sweet . . . Home Economics Club . . . homeroom president . . . pretty . . . interested in modeling. BETTY MILLER . . . Academic . . . worships her great Dane, Eric . . . PRESS, feature writer . . . sweet CLARENCE ALLEN NIOORE . Technical as they Come ' ' ' Wants tn Own and Operate Own Camera Club . . . Boys' Chorus . .-..Ethical Club... . newspaper' track .... I . J. J .... "Bell" . . . hates people to mess his hair . . . would like Drexel to claim his next four JEROME MILLER . . . Academic . . . "Jack" . . . years. Chess Club . . . Biology Club . . . Freshmen-Sophomore basketball . . . interclass athletics . . . sports fan . . . . , J. J. J .... wishes to enter medical field. VIRGINIA LEE MOORE ' ' ' Acaliemw ' ' ' never without a smile . . . FORESTER, write-up staff . . . cheerleader . . . Latin Club . . . Art Club . . . Bad- THOMAS REED MILLER . . . Technical . . . Table minton . . . "Ginny" . . . Library Club, secretary Tennis . . . Craftsmenis Club, treasurer . . . Varsity . . . Chemistry Club . . . wants to travel the air-lanes . . . soccer, Minor F . . . J. J. J .... interclass athletics interclass athletics, numerals . . . J. J. J., bazaar . . . likes plenty of dates . . . PRESS, reporter . . . . . . Happy Hills, entertainment . . . student oliicer . . . to be a machine designer. non-athletic F . . . future lies in Duke University. 53 MARGARET MORRISON . . . Academic . . . human LAWRENCE CLAYTON MURPHY, JR .... Academic encyclopedia . . . Art Club . . . Leaders' Club . . . . . . likes food, Glenn Miller, and blondes . . . detests Four Square Club . . . interclass athletics . . . Cul- women's hats. tural Club . . . Glee Club . . . enjoys reading, sculpture . . . Library Club, non-athletic F . . . Latin Club . . . J. J. J., flowers . . . Home Economics Club . . . dislikes . . rude people . . . Student Court . . . wants to be a RUTH ANN MURPHY - - - Academic - - - Sorta quiet chemist. . . . but "still waters run deep" . . . Glee Club . . . why men prefer blondes . . . homeroom secretary . . . Latin Club . . . student ollicer . . . dotes on double MURIEL Y. MORSTEIN . . . Commercial . . . Four bubble - - - Wants I0 be Successful' Square Club . . . interclass athletics . . . sports take up spart time . . . Typing Club . . . May Day Fete, dancer ' ' ' Wants to be 3 Business execmive' HARRIET NAVIASKY . . . Commercial... Shorthand Club . . . Typing Club . . . J. J. J., costumes . . Music Appreciation Club . . . wants to travel . . . Ollice BARBARA MOSBY . . . Academic . . . Art Club . . . Practice Club , u D wants to marry her boss. Middie's "dream girl" . . . goes in for ilowers, spring- time, sunsets . . . open cars . . . Naval Academy "Hops', . . . Bobby . . . to model, marry. MAY RUTH NEEDLE . . . Academic . . . always makes a short story long . . . Latin Club . . . Chemistry MELVIN C. MUHLY. . . General Technical.. . home- Club - - - a H0Pk1'?S footefg 3 ' French Club - ' - room secretary . . . hobbies are model railroading and lockeli duty ' ' ' MUSIC Appreclatlon Club ' jj lmefclass stamp collecting ' Q . t.Herk,, ' . . falls for blondes and athletics . . . numerals . . . secret ambition to get brunettes . . . Step Singing Committee . . . electrical maffled ' ' ' May Dali FMR' dancer ' ' ' Archery ' ' ' career. would be happy teaching kindergarten JOHN MURPHY . . . Commercial . . . homeroom ELLEN B. NEWCOMB . . . Academic . . . sweet and president . . . Opportunity Club . . . aviation . . . sincere . . . Four Square Club . . . Glee Club . . . homeroom representative . . . interclass athletics . . . quiet but helpful . . . Home Economics Club . . . J. J. J., conscientious . . . student coach . . . Hin modern costumes . . . enjoys good cooking, radio, clothes . . warfare." student otiicer. Morrison Morstein Mosby Muhly J. Murphy L. Murphy R. A. Murphy Naviasky Needle Newcomb 54 . . . first-nighting at "Ladies of the Jury" DOUGLAS NICKLAS . . . Academic . . . takes and records . . . dogs . . . Clee Club . . . Boys' Chorus, makes motion pictures . . . interested in good looking president . . . J. J. J .... "Oppie" . . . Senior Play, stage girls . . . "Nick" . . . hates to see girls' slips showing properties . . . Masquers . . . Chemistry Club . . . . . . to become an aeronautical engineer. stage manager . . . Leaders' Club . . . student officer . . . Step Singing Committee, co-chairman . . . his goal is college work. JOHN CHARLES NORJEN . . . Academic . . . J. V. track . . . interclass athletics . . . Bud . JANE ARMSTRGNG ORRELL ' . i Academic l . . enjoys summer and fast driving . . . J. J. J. . . . French Club . . . representative . . . athletically in- BERNARD L. OLARSH l ' l Academic l . i .lite clined . . . interclass athletics, Minor F . . . student . . . Art Club . . . Model Club . . . chemistry Club Coach ,- - -r MW Day me - ' ' I'1?u5l'fal Assefnbly . . . herpetology takes up spare time . . . has hopes of Committee . . . Archery . . . Step Singing Committee, being an aircraft designer. co-chairman . . . wants to attend college. CARL ORTMAN, JR .... Academic . . . blonde and HELEN MARIE UMALLEY - - - Commercial - - - pleasing . . . hates flat tires and engine trouble . . . Scrap b00k Of travels - ' - C126 Club - - - homeroom interclass athletics . . . loves to eat and sleep . . . hopes secretary . . . "Het" . . . Prom and Banquet Committee to hold a fine job. . . . Badminton . . . J. J. J .... sociable and helpful ' . . . May Day Fete . . . Office Practice Club. ELAINE G. OVERTON . . . Commercial . . . Art Club . . . interclass athletics . . . Ofiice Practice Club sweet quiet girl talented artist . . . dislikes MANFRED OPPENHEIM . . . Academic . . . Stamp ' ' ' . d ' I ' ld h d Club . . . thrills at the thought of hearing great operas concelte peop e ' ' ' an C a ea ' . . . collects stamps . . . long red stockings drive him wild . . . prefers classical music . . . from far across ANN PAMFILIS Academic PRESS news the sea . . . to enter the field of chemistry. editor A .I l Latin dab' . ' Q J. J. Z 1 ' .tpamly D . ' Four Square Club, treasurer . . . cafe officer . . . FORESTER, advertising staff . . . Glee Club . . . home- MORTON SAMUELS OPPENHEIMER . . . Academic room president . . . non-athletic F . . . Music Appreci- . . . hard worker . . . likes fishing . . . classical ation Club . . . interclass athletics . . .journalistic career. Nicklas Norjen Olarsh O'Malley Oppenheim Oppenheimer 'Orrell Ortman Overton Pamfilis 55 ...struggling with Burke and Long Parsons Patterson Paul Penn P61112 Peregoy Perkins Plovsky Pond Potash SHEILA PARSONS . . . Academic . . . May Day Fete, ofiicer . . . J. J. J .... May Day Fete, dancer . . dancer . . . dislikes glamour girls, sarcastic people next stop-college. . . . confirmed jitterbug, swell dancer . . . Latin Club homeroom president PRESS reporter S' Q F H A bl ' ,tl ' tm EILEEN PEREGOY . . . Commercial . . . musically emor arewe Ssem y Umm! ee ' ' ' n0n'a e lc inclined . . . Glee Club . . . those knee-length stockings F ' ' ' Student Omcer' . . . interclass athletics . . . history fanatic . . . Varsity , basketball . . . J. V. volleyball . . . Major F . . . PHYLLIS ADAIR PATTERSON ' ' ' Academic ' ' homeroom vice-president . . . hopes to visit Hawaii. collects records . . . "Phil" . . . Latin Club . . . J. J. J., scenery . . . dotes on Tommy Dorsey, Disney's . cartoons . . Art Club . . . student oflicer . . . PRESS PAUL M' PERSNS 61' Amdigmc ' ' ' Modeltlgluli' representative . . . homeroom vice-president . . . Glee ifcretarlll ' ' ' 655 u Idpresl ent. ' ' 'lnonlahl elm Club 1 . u Prom and Banquet Committee . t . likes . omeroom vice-presi ent . . . interc ass at etlcs everyone, hopes all like her . . . to graduate. ' ' ' Interested In avlauon' RUTH PAUL , , , Academic , , , Chemistry Club JACOB PLOVSKY . . . Academic . . . Craftsmen's . . . student coach, certificate . . . Table Tennis Club, Club - ' - Vafsifi' S0ffbfiH, f00ii1au - - - interclass president i l . Four Square Club I i , Latin Club . . I athletics . . . whittles ui spare time . . . homeroom May Day Fete, uaucci i i . Music Appreciation Club sergeant-at-arms . . . architectural career. . . . craves banana ice-cream . . . Archery . -. . interclass athletics . . . Major F . . . FORESTER, club staff . . . ANNE KATHERINE POND . . . Academic . . . fencing locker duty . . . Badminton . . . non-athletic F . . . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . interclass athletics hospital work appeals. . . . Minor F . . . hockey . . . Latin Club . . . thinks mystery stories are swell . . . Glee Club . . . likes DQNALD R. PENN i i ' Academic . i U ucugl, i n D Stamp collecting . . . Cultural Club . . . intends to lose Table Tennis . . . J. J. J., scenery . . . Craftsmen's 10 Pounds - - - HGH-81146110 F ' ' ' French Club ' ' ' Club . . . interclass athletics . . . homeroom vice- J- J- -l ---- enter music Of languages- president . . . May Day Fete . . . to be an architect . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . Varsity track SHIRLEY M. POTASH . . . Academic . . . enjoys . . . architectural work. writing short stories . . . Masquers . . . German Club, program chairman . . . false friends and spinach: pet HELEN PENTZ . . . Academic . . . always ready to peeves . . . Glee Club . . . Student Advisory Board, listen . . . and talk . . . Latin Club . . . French Club chairman . . . Leaders' Club . . . tennis . . . interclass . . . eyes follow every convertible . . . homeroom pres- athletics . . student officer . . . to be another Dorothy ident . . . representative . . . Art Club . . . student Thompson. 56 Poyner Proctor Putnam Putzel Raines Raith Reamer Redmond Reid Reiling CAROL POYNER . . . Academic . . . pretty hair . . . ROBERT RAITH . . . Technical . . . Craftsmen's interclass athletics . . . Glee Club . . . Music Appreci- Club, vice-president . . . .l. V. basketball, J. V. F ation Club . . . locker duty . . . hates to be kept waiting . . . Varsity baseball, Minor F . . . interclass athletics . . . interested in costume designing. . . . homeroom president. IRVING S. REAMER . . . Technical . . . Chemistry MARY DRYDEN PROCTOR - - - Academic - - - 50' Club . . . Radio Club . . . FORESTER, write-up staff phisticated . . . can't stand unnecessary questions . . . v . ' ffsnnnyf' l l . ji V. football i . i J. V. track southern eeeent - - . enjoys all types Of music and . . . J. V. ice hockey, J. V. F . . . Varsity golf . . . dancing - - - lflckef dUtY - admires Welhmafliculfed craves red convertible . . . has that certain girl . . . nails . . . rearranges furniture . . . after graduation PRESS, reporter D r , hopes to Study engineering at intends to marry. Hopkins' PAULINE REDMOND . . . Commercial . . . "Jenny CALVIN PUTNAM j ' ' Academia ' - ' qfliet Scholar Lindi' . . . Clee Club . . . music and eating, pet passions - - ' mflthemancs Wlzl ' j ' Ceechme 'fernflcate ' ' ' . . . interclass athletics . . . homeroom sergeant-at-arms cooperative . . . conscientlous . . . awaits a career as . . ' Major F. an aeronautical engineer. DORIS AGNES REID . . . Commercial . . . Art Club RUTH PUTZEL . . . Academic . . . zealous listener - 'h0mCf00Ii1 sergeant-at-arms .I . . Fonrcsrrn, tran- Of Strauss Waltzes . . l Music Appreciation Club . I I scrnptron co-editor . . . extremely .sincere . . . mterclass Library Club . . . likes convertible cars . . . Red Cross ggileegi ' PEEES repriselgltatlve ' ' ' J' J' J' ' ' ' Club . . . FORESTER, feature staff . . . hopes to attend Ce Rance u ' ' ' rc ery ' ' ' May Dev Fete out of town college. . . . Typing Club . . . Shorthand Club. ARNOLD ALBERT REILING . . . Academic . . . BERNICE E. RAINES . . . Commercial . . . Four absorbed in soldiers, airplanes . . . Stamp Club . . . Square Club . . . pleasant disposition . . . student Chemistry Club . . . dotes on fudge . . . J. V. soccer officer . . . interclass athletics, Minor F . . . draws in . . . interclass athletics . . . aversion for show offs leisure time . . . Oflice Practice Club, president . . . . . . information desk . . . Minor F . . . Fencing . . . Glee Club . . . Leaders, Club . . . to enter ofhce work. lacrosse . . . J. J. J., publicity. 57 DOROTHY A. REINDOLLAR . . . Academic . . . . . . likes writing . . . dogs . . . Glee Club . . "Zinny" Masquers . . . interclass athletics, numerals . . . Latin . . . French Club . . . author. Club . . . PRESS representative . . . Ring Committee . . . French Club . . . Play-Reading Committee . . . . , , 6, ,, JAMES K. RICHMOND . . . Technical . . . Craftsmen s 'l' 'l' J" bazaar ' ' ' Chellllslly Club ' ' ' Dudmu' Club, president . . . homeroom president . . . "Shorty" . . . FORESTER staff . . . Four Square Club, secre- J J J Scenery Senior Play Scenery tary ' ' ' Student Olllcel '. ' ' .Alcllely ' ' ' collects likes brunettes . . . to he a machinist and toolmaker poetry . . . loves to hike, bike ride . . . to be a nurse. non-athletic F KITTY. C' REPINHALTER ' : ' AC"de'T'iC ' ' ' AH IOSEPHINE RIDGEWAY . . . Academic . . . athletic Club, vice-president, non-athletic F . . . interclass ath- and scholastic abilit Latin Club Leaders, lellfis' Mlllol F ' ' ' homeroom vlcelpleslllelll ' ' ' Club . . . a true frilend D. . Archery . Badminton kIllllllDClllbF't' ' Memtolg Iioolgi 'eg ' llellgelf glllltlil ' ' ' . . . Table Tennis champion, non-athletic F . . . Varsity ay ay e.e ' ' ' S ll e 0 C ' ' ' ' ' I' ancef softball, hockey, basketball, tennis . . . Major F . . . . . . to be interior decorator or costume designer. . . locker duty . . . appreciates good movies. MILDRED B. RESNICK . . . Academic . . . blushes KATHRYN RITTLER . ' Academic . ' . Glee Club easily . . . Library Club, non-athletic F . . . interclass . ' g, . ,, athletics . . . kinda' cute . . . Glee Club . . . collects ' ' ' lnlellllllss basketball. ' ' ' Kllly .' ' ' football . 4, . ,, . fan . . . likes letter writing, roller skating, chocolate souvenirs . . . Mickey . . . Chemistry Club . . . .e dei ni Savings Bank Committee . . . cabinet . . . always gen- pl ' ' ' S g llg' erous . . . FORESTER, write-up staff . . . would like to win OH a raffle - - - French Club - - - Wants I0 be WILLIAM C. RIVERS . . . Technical . . . intereleee happy alld Pf0Sperous. athletics, numerals . . . history classrooms are his dish . . . hates snoopers . . . wants to be stranded with RUTH ALINE REVERDY . . . Academic . . . inter- Ziegfield girls- class athletics . . . Latin Club . . . Minor F . . . .l. V. basketball . .-. J. J. J., SCIi5Il?1I'y . .f. f0I' gllllled JR. . . . Academic . l ' 21683 Tndwwhes ' ' at ll E at Orinda, gangesh' ' ' .l. V. football, .l. V. letter . . . cool and easygoing It ll ' ' ' to Own ress S Op an eslgn C or es' . . . Ethical Club . . . collecting firearms is his hobby. . . . annoyed by movie "shorts" . . . cute southern accent BETTY KOOKEN RICHARDSON . . . Academic . . . . . . Varsity lacrosse . . . test tubes and chemicals will roller fan . . . student officer . . . collects snapshots be Br0Cli6lS flllllre. Reindollar Reinhalter Resnick Reverdy Richardson Richmond Ridgeway Rittler Rivers Robertson 58 L M. i, . I. ...choosing Miles, Udelewitz as student heads LORA LEE ROCCHI . . . Academic . . . Leaders' EDITH B. ROSENFIELD . . . Commercial . . . Club . . . .l. .l. J., scenery . . . Latin Club . . . student '4Rosey" . . . Four Square Club . . . May Day Fete oflicer . . . non-athletic F . . scrapbook . . . Art Club Committee . . . Shorthand Club, secretary . . . hates . . . May Day Fete, art committee . . . another dress 'istatic-ky" radios . . . plays the Xylophone . . . Oliice designer. Practice Club . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . inter- class athletics . . . Major F . . . tennis and archery . . . student coach . . . to be an accomplished xylo- CARLYN ELAINE ROSE . . . Academic . . . Latin Ph0HiSf- Club . . . student coach . . . Chemistry Club . . . friendly . . . interclass athletics . . . Minor F . . . ELAINE S. ROSENTHAL . . . Academic . . . everything homeroom secretary . . . Library Club . . . willing nice . . . Latin Club . . . Glee Club, non-athletic F helper . . . enjoys Glenn Miller's music . . . future . . . enjoys all the arts . . . interclass athletics . . . deals with instruction and discipline. Art Club . . . a real friend . . . coupes, movies, and Artie Shaw are ideal . . . Chemistry Club . . . J. .l. J., portraits . . . Scrapbook Committee, chairman . . . MARCIA H, ROSEN , , , Academic , , , eve!-yb0dy's French Club . . . FORESTER staff, write-ups . . . to be pal . . . Latin Club, treasurer . . . interclass athletics, COSIUHIC designer- Minor F . . . likes cherry pie and red heads . . . Archery Club, treasurer . . . French Club . . . Fencing BERNICE ROSOFSKY . . . Commercial . . . Typing - - - Ml1SiC APpl'CCi2lT-i011 Club - - . Cll6IIliSlfY Club - - - Club . . . Oliice Practice Club . . . sports enthusiast wants to receive a higher education. . . . interclass athletics . . . May Day Fete . . . to visit California. ELLIOT ROSENBERG . . . Academic . . . Count SHIRLEY MARLYN ROTHMAN . . . Academic . . . Basie fan . . . chubby and good-natured . . . Biology hums while she works . . . Piano Club, president . . . Club . . . Chess Club . . . interclass athletics . . . dislikes snobs . . . Latin Club . . . J. .l. J., auditorium student coach . . . .l. J. J .... wishes to be a dentist. show, fiowers . . . likes music . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . can't wait for cafe . . . student coach . . . toss up between housewife and interior decorator. GABRTEL W. ROSENBUSH, JR .... Commercial . . . Gabe . . . likes reading, swimming, and skiing . . . MURIEL ROTHSTEIN . . . Commercial . . . pleasant one track minds bore him . . . Boys' Chorus . . . student voice . . . loves music . . . Office Practice Club . . . officer . . . homeroom president . . . non-athletic F . . . tennis . . . "Mir" . . . attractive . . . Glee Club . . FORELTER, subscription assistant . . . wants happiness. ambition to be an opera singer. Rocchi Rose Rosen Rosenberg Rosenbush Roseniield Rosenthal Rosofsky Rothman N. Rothstein 59 ..suddenIy becoming Sophisticated Seniors S. Rothstein Rudman Rush Russomanno Sachs Sacks Samuels Sandler Sanner Sapperstein SHIRLEY ROTHSTEIN . . . Commercial . . . twinkling recording secretary . . . J. J. J., bazaar - . - FORESTER, eyes , , , Office Practice Club , , , cheerful , , , Music transcription staii . . . interclass athletics . . . Leaders' Appreciation Club . . . mischievous . . . ambition to Club . . Maj01' F - c - h0II1Cf00m Secretary - - - Wants be a private secretary. to find somebody who understands her. LEONARD RUDMAN . . . Academic . . . Boys, Chorus IRYIN SAMUELS - - - C0"?"'e'Ci"l ' ' ' FORMER' i I . Biology Club I . ' Glee Club . I . French Club U l i editor-in-chief . . . representative . . . homeroom pres- Chemistry Club always late non-athletic F ident . . . always doodling . . . PRESS, editor-in-chief, l coaching cgriificate . . infgnngtion desk nonsathletic F . . . interclass athletics . . . "Chief,' student oflicer . . . wishes to enter field of medicine. ' ' ' PRESS fevfesentatlve ' LCadeiS,C1ubc Secretary . . . J. J. J., Em-Cee, portraits, publicity . . . Oppor- ELIZABETH ANGWIN RUSH . . i Academic I D I tunity Club . . . enjoys good art, good books and Swimming Club . . . Archery . . . interclass athletics lfeautlful WOIHCH c - - Art Club . student oiiicer, i l . Latin Club . D . coaching certificate . . u Badminton lieutenant . . . hates shirkers . . . Journalism or art . . . hates to be kept waiting . . . loves company of ahead' WiffY,Pe0P1ec good records - - - Major F - - - life BETTY CLAIRE SANDLER . . . Academic . . . May ambition 15 to be a nurse' Day Fete, designed ribbons . . . Art Clubnnon-athletic MARIE THERESA RUSSOMANN0 . ' ' Commercial E . . . Badmlntond. . . F0itES'iJER,hart stall . . . .l.'.l.f.l., . . . Rusty . . . Typing Club Olhce Practice Owers' art ' ' Z evours aiu Ops ' ' ' goes m or Club bubhnn w.th er Omni ' h sweaters and skirts . . . swimming . . . Leaders' Club presidgnl ' J J RI lgazafr S ghllnghgma cglglgroom . . . homeroom secretary . . . student coach . . . French interclass athletics, Major F . . . May Day Fete, dancer Club ' ' ' Sandy ' ' ' wants an alrplane Hde' . . . Leaders, Club . . . student officer . . . to become a JEAN SANNER I , t Acadgmic D t 1 Jeanie with the G-Woman. light brown hair . . . likes dancing, good movies, sport clothes . . . dislikes conceited people, onions, jitterbugs JEANETTE SACHS . . . Academic . . . interested in I . . French Club I - 1 Glee Club . . . Small, quiet u . l music and fiancmg ' ' ' Four, Square Club ' ' ' inter' homeroom vice-president . . . Latin Club . . . wants class athletics . . . non-athletic F . . . German Club, to he a rich manvs Secretary. president . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . hopes to be good at whatever vocation she chooses. HAROLD SAPPERSTEIN . . . Technical . . . home- room president . . . fencing team . . . lacrosse . . . PAULINE SACKS - - - Commercial - - - music and J. .l. I .... Chemistry Club . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . records her favorites . . . Four Square Club . . . Junior likes blondes and hot recordings . . . dislikes girls Prom Committee . . . what a stenographer! . . . Typing with lines , , , ambition is to become 3, military Club . . . Shorthand Club . . . Ofiice Practice Club, engineer. 60 .1 V , L. Sapperstein Saulsbury Schaeffer Schenker Scheuer Schlenoff Schkloven C. Schmidt D. Schmidt Schmulovitz LAWRENCE ALLEN SAPPERSTEIN . . . Academic . . . amiable . . . enjoys traveling and participating in assemblies . . . Stamp Club, secretary . . . likes ice- cream, shuns saddle shoes . . . mischievous twinkle in his eye . . . basketball . . . track, class trophy . . . would like to enter field of chemistry. MARGARET SAULSBURY . . . Commercial . . . serious, silent type . . . Office Practice Club . . . ideal sense of humor . . . "Maggie" . . . understanding and sympa- thetic . . . Glee Club. DORIS SCHAEFFER . . . Academic . . . keeps a diary . . . dislikes tardy dates . . . Latin Club . . . French Club . . . Glee Club . . . homeroom vice-president . . . May Day Fete . . . student officer . . . wants to be a nurse. ' JACK H. SCHENKER . . . Commercial . . . likes draw- ing and sports . . . Office Practice Club . . . ath- letics . . . Art Club . . . J. V. track, J. V. F . . . . . . interclass athletics . . . student officer . . . J. J. J. . . . a real friend . . . homeroom president . . . FORESTER, write-up staff . . . to be a business executive. LOUIS SCHEUER . . . Academic . . . PRESS, re- porter . . . FORESTER, photography staff . . . J. J. J. . . . Scout Club . . . camera fiend . . . non-athletic F . . . Chemistry Club . . . coaching certiicate . . . inter- class athletics . . . makes an attempt at anything . . . Table Tennis . . . chemical engineering is his destination. MELVIN SCHLENOFF . . . Academic . . . collects records and blondes . . . hates cigarette chiselers . . . interclass athletics . . . to become a C. P. A. JOHANNA SCHKLOVEN . . . Academic . . . Camera Club, secretary . . . Glee Club . . . friendly spirit . . . Latin Club . . . Four Square Club, vice-president . . . Table Tennis Club, president . . . interclass athletics . . . coaching certificate . . . camera addict . . . FORESTER, photography staff . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . . . collects junk . . . to be a nurse. CHARLES SCHMIDT . . . Technical . . . Craftsmen's Club . . . Art Club . . . Drum and Bugle Corps . . . interclass athletics . . , interested in construction of small household articles . . . future machine designer. DOROTHY LYNN SCHMIDT . . . Commercial . . . Leaders' Club . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Naval Academy's girl friend . . . Typing Club, president . . . student officer . . . interclass athletics . . . poise with words . . . Office Practice Club . . . Student Court, clerk . . . homeroom president . . . wants to visit Hawaii. BEVERLY L. SCHMULOVITZ . . . Commercial . . . f'Bev" . . . sincere and unassuming . . . Art Club . . . reads, collects pictures . . . Shorthand Club . . . Office Practice Club . . . J. J. J .... interclass athletics . . . Typing Club . . . hopes to get a boss, marry him. CONSTANCE K. SCHNEIDER . . . Academic . . . Four Square Club, president . . . French Club . . . Latin Club . . . forever wise-cracking . . . Music Ap- preciation Club . . . Glee Club, Secretary . . . favorite sport-dancing . . . Leaders' Club . . . FORESTER, pho- tography staff . . . locker duty . . . Connye . . . seeks a job. THEODORE LOUIS SCHUCHAT . . . Academic . . . PRESS, editor-in-chief . . . HI need some copy" . . . J. .l. .I., publicity committee . . . hobby is newspaper work . . . Winner, Aaron Baer Speech Medal . . . on to college. RUTH GILDA SCHUGAM . . . Academic . . . Monday mornings annoy her . . . ice cream sundaes pacify her . . . non-athletic F . . . German Club, president . . . Four Square Club . . . interested in classical music . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . interclass athletics. .IOHN M. SCHULTZ . . . Academic . . . .Iack . . . photography and model building takes up spare time . . . Leaders, Club . . . Latin Club . . . Opportunity Club, treasurer . . . information desk . . . interclass athletics . . . student officer . . . engineering will fill future. AARON SCHWARTZ . . . Academic . . . likes mystery stories . . . amusing daily antics . . . Art Club . . . Varsity softball, numerals . . . interclass athletics . . . wants to be a dentist. HARRY SCHWARTZ . . . Academic . . . likes French historical novels, sports . . . dislikes Glenn Miller . . . Table Tennis, non-athletic F . . . Chemistry Club . . interclass athletics . . . Varsity track . . . homeroom president . . . information desk . . . representative . . . Leaders' Club . . . FORESTER, write-up staff . . . student officer . . . student coach . . . Ethical Club . . . wishes to be a chemical engineer. JANE SCHWARTZ . . . Commercial . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . her pooch "Lucky" is the favorite . . . Art Club . . . interclass athletics . . . those serial stories . . . Shorthand Club . . . Office Practice Club . . . tennis . . . business ahead. MORTON SCHWARTZ . . . Academic . . . wise-cracker . . . collects buttons . . . Department of Sales and Publicity, vice-oiiicer, non-athletic F . . . FORESTER, subscription manager . . . Opportunity Club . . . dis- tracted by homework, noisy people, getting up early . . . .l. V. ice hockey, F and medal . . . PRESS representative . . . interclass athletics . . . J. .l. J., tickets . . . Leaders' Club . . . desires success in business. NAOMI SEEKFORD . . . Commercial . . . collects snapshots . . . interclass athletics . . . ice skates and roller skates . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . interested in being a telephone operator. FREDERICK STEPHEN SENNING . . . Academic . . . Masquers, vice-president . . . Leaders' Club . . . FOREST!-JR, advertising manager . . . Opportunity Club . . . student ofhcer, captain . . . Steve . . . May Day, student manager . . . Latin Club . . . Tree Planting Committee . . . homeroom president . . . Senior In- augural Assembly Committee . . . not so fond of gold diggers . . . medical work calls. Schneider Schuchat Schugam Schultz A. Schwartz H. Schwartz J. Schwartz M. Schwartz Seekford Senning .Johnson winning the co-eds hearts ELSIE SHAPIRO . . . Commercial . . . Oliice Practice ROBERT SHOR . . . Commercial . . . Biology Club Club . . . PRESS representative . . . good-natured . . . . . . homeroom treasurer . . . PRESS representative . . . interclass athletics . . . likes swimming and skating Camera Club . . . Art Club . . . to learn a skilled . . . ambition to travel extensively. trade. BETTY SHULMAN . . . Academic . . . Camera Club . . . Latin Club . . . French Club . . . Chemistry Club, vice president . . . non-athletic F . . . interclass athletics . . . Library Club . . . Piano Club . . . Chess Club . . . future social Worker. GERALDINE RUTH SHAPIRO . . . Commercial . . . .lerry . . . Home Economics Club . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . Oliice Practice Club . . . would like to model. LEON SHAPIRO . . . Commercial . . . likes sports . . . an earnest worker . . . radio enthusiast . . . dislikes showofls . . . ambition is to enter business. HARRIET SIECMUND . . . Academic . . . dotes on peppermint crunch . . . interclass athletics . . . hates clashing colors . . . Latin Club . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . dress designer. PATRICIA MARGUERITE BROOKE SHERMAN . . . Academic . . . Ring Committee . . . Art Club . . . RQBERT SIEGRIST , , , Academic , l , FORESTER, h0CkffY - - - Pal ' - - Glee Club - - - Afchefi' - ' - in' sports stall . . . confirmed woman hater . . . Varsity terclass athletics, numerals . . . Latin Club . . . student Softball, numerals l G . likes boats I , ' Owns bird dog officer . . . crazy about racerdips . . . saves perfume l l ' ambition-4fWhat'S thatjw bottles .... l . .l. .l., scenery . . . French Club . . . University of North Carolina . . . hopes to be a medical artist. HENRY SILBERMAN . . . Academic . . . German Club. president . . . Varsity soccer, Major F . . . home- room president . . . super artist . . . likes his teachers SOL SHIPLEY . . . Commercial . . . Office Practice . . . coaching certificate . . . J. V. soccer, F . . . Club . . . goes in for golf and football . . . pet peeve: FORESTER, feature editor . . . PRESS, features . . . silly girls . . . homeroom vice-president . . . office overpowers all obstacles . . . non-athletic F . . . home- worker. room secretary . . . interested in scientific research. E. Shapiro G. Shapiro L. Shapiro Sherman Shipley Shor Shulman Siegmund Siegrist Silberman 63 ' . . . getting ads, ads, ads, ad infinitum Sinsky Sless Slossberg Slovin Smith Smyrk Sneider Snyder Solomon Soule MARTIN SINSKY . . . Academic . . . likes girls, Orchestra . . . String Ensemble . . . interclass athletics movies . . . interclass athletics . . . wishes to be a . . . tennis . . . Leaders' Club . . . May Day Fete, lawyer. dancer . . . homeroom secretary . . . Archery . . . canlt refuse a dance . . . will train to teach. EDWIN SLESS . . . Academic . . . interclass athletics . . . Varsity softball . . f J. V. football . . . student PHYLLIS SNEIIDER I I I Academic I I I likes Sports, omcef - - - h9mer00m Ilfesl'-'lem - - - Pleasmg Pefsonahty books, ice-cream . . . Latin Club . . . Four Square Club ' - - Wants to be 3 business man' . . . Archery . . . interclass athletics . . . non-athletic F . . . Glee Club . . . social work interests her. BERNICE SLOSSBERG . . . Commercial . . . 'LNiece" . . . Art Club . . . spends leisure time knitting and playing piano . . . Cultural Club . . . Music Apprecia- PHYLLIS SNYDER ' - - Commercial - ' ' Phyl ' - ' tion Club I I I Oll-me practice Club I I I likes cars and FORESTER staff, transcription . . . Glee Club . . . tall, furniture. dark, beautiful . . . Shorthand Club . . . car-token girl . . . May Day Fete, dancer . . . homeroom treasurer. NAOMI SLOVIN . . . Academic . . . Masquers . . . Orchestra, non-athletic F . . . Instrumental Ensemble ALVIN SOLOMON I I I Academic I I I l,appy.g0.luCky - - - J- J- J ---- mam and Only interest is me 'Cello . . . Athletic Association, secretary . . . enjoys good . . . dislikes people without sense of humor . . . hopes hooks, icecream I I I French Club I I I Prom and to be famous musioiifm- Banquet Committee . . . interclass athletics . . . PRESS reporter . . . good sport . . . J. J. J., bazaar . . . WILLIAM J, SMITH, JR .... Academic ...' Oppor- coaching certificate . . . Scrapbook Committee . . . tunity Club , , , Boys, Chorus , , , Leaders' Club , , , Cabinet . . . homeroom president . . . student oiiicer, Varsity football, Minor F , , , J, V, football, F , , , captain . . . information desk . . . future success in interclass sports . . . Freshman-Sophomore ice hockey business. . . . Senior Class, treasurer . . . "Smitty,' . . . Tree Planting Committee . . . J. J. J., Boys' Chorus, dancer WILLIAM SOULE I I I Acadmlic I I I Chemistry - - - Collects hor records - ' ' likes' all good music - - - Club . . . Archery . . . interclass athletics . . . student student ollicer . . . homeroom president . . . to be coach I I I ttcunnor Boy" , . . golf team, captain, Major 1aWYef F . . . J. I. J., stage director . . . May Day Fete . . . FORESTER, club staff . . . dislikes messy dress . . . JEAN ADELE SMYRK . . . Academic . . . Glee Club, PRESS . . . Scout Club . . . Boys' Chorus . . . Music president . . . Latin Club . . . Music Appreciation Appreciation Club . . . always a side remark . . . to Club . . . wild about tennis . . . Chemistry Club . . . study medicine. 64 Springer Spurrier Stansbury Stanton Stark Steck Steele Stephens Stonesifer Straten EDWIN R. SPRINGER . . . Technical . . . Scout back riding . . . bowling . . . dancing . . . hopes to Club . . . Radio Club, vice-president . . . Opportunity graduate V Club . . . Chemistry Club, vice-president . . . PRESS representative . . . manager, auditorium mikes . . . ROBERT LIGON STEELE Academic Sub- Leadersi Club ' ' ' Sharp as a whip ' ' ' homeroom senior-Senior ear resident. l i Leaders' Clubltreas- president . . . Senior Inaugural Assembly Committee S . P . ' . ' S I D l to Visit Alaska. urer . . . ub-Junior-Junior vice-president . . . cout Club . . . modest leader . . . Ethical Club . . . homeroom president . . . J. V. football, basketball, track . . . JACK SPURRIER Academic Student Officer coaching certificate . . . an enthusiastic Mut . . . Varsity haSket1ial'1'MajOr F ' V track Opportunity Club, vice-president . . . winner of intra- dislikes talkative people . . . interclass soccer . . . mural track Cup ' ' ' .Boys Coachmgnmictor ' ' ' wants to he Successful Varsity track . . . special taste for engineering. SAMUEL STANSBURY Commercial Sam KATHERINE STEPHENS . . . Academic . . . cute music, dancing, and allisrriall blondes! . Oppor: Emi bimgeb' ' ' Fiur. 515612: Clubiclfresigfni ' ' ' tunity Club . . . FORESTER, sports staff . . . Table Tennis ea its u ' ' ' atm H u. ',,' ' Fe u ' ' ' i ' A class representative I ' l J. J. J. Fencing . . . Archery . . . Kitty . . . interclass ath- letics . . . .l. V. hockey . . . lVIaJor F . . . talks a great deal in classroom. SARA ANN STANTON . . . Academic . . . on the quiet side . . . Glee Club collects samples interclass athletics . . .I enjoys outdtior ELEANOR HUGHES STONESIFER ' ' ' music and Sports clothes buslepfog egciugixge dress Shop football appeal to her . . . interclass athletics . . . ' ' ' ' ' dislikes lateness . . . Glee Club . . . class representative . . . forever laughing . . . May Day Eete, dancer . . . MILES MELVIN STARK , , , Commercial , 1 , UML J. I. .I .... Glee Club . . . student coach . . . Archery Perpetual Motion" , l , Drum and Bugle Corps . i l . . . Badminton . . . Varsity basketball, Minor F . . . I. .I. .I., bazaar . . . Freshman-Sophomore basketball 110905 to 80 10 College- manager . . . enjoys traveling . . . Varsity softball . . . homeroom treasurer . . . hopes for success. DORIS MARIE STRATEN . . . Commercial . . . dotes on roller skating, dancing . . . Art Club . . . coach- EVELYN CAROLINE STECK . . . Academic . . . ing certificate . . . Archery . . . J. .I. .I. . . . homeroom vice-president . . . Ev . . . dotes on horse- Glee Club . . . to be a telephone operator. I 65 X III NATHAN ADLER STRAUSS . . . Academic . . . Fenc- ing . . . Varsity track . . . J. V. soccer . . . Fresh- man-Sophomore basketball . . . J. V. F . . . coach- ing certificate . . . Nates . . . homeroom president . . . Stamp Club . . . likes all forms of sports, swing music . . . to be a pediatrician. DAVID SUROSKY . . . Academic . . . Varsity tennis, Minor F . . . softball . . . basketball . . . hates jitter- bugs . . . Butch . . . to go to college. LENORE R. SUSSMAN . . . Academic . . . Table Tennis Club, treasurer . . . interclass athletics, Minor F . . . Lennie . . . Masquers . . . Latin Club . . . student coach . . . Archery . . . keeps scrapbook, photo album . . . Open Forum Club . . . tennis . . . admires sincere people . . . civil service work . . windows in cold classrooms . . . gym locker duty ice-cream and dancing ideal . . . future secretary JUANITA TONTZ . . . Academic . . . Clee Club interclass basketball . . . May Day Fete, Queens at tendant . . . sailing . . . Varsity swimming . spises high heels and anklets . . . to be a missionary LESLEY LEE TREGER . . . Commercial . . . Les Typing Club . . . Office Practice Club . . . Senior Play Reading Committee . . . Scribblers . . . attractive uniforms are her delight . . . Shorthand Club tennis . . . interior decorating. VERNA MAE TRIBBY . . . Commercial . . . attractne . . . likes roller skating . . . dancing . . . Office Practice Club . . Vern . . . representative . . . Glee Club friendly and intelligent . . . wants to be an office non-athletic award. WALTER LLOYD TAYLOR . . . Academic . . . Scout Club, president . . . special dislike for agitators . . . Opportunity Club, treasurer . . . Captain of Colors . . . . Boys' Coaching Director . . . student officer . . . PRESS, worker. . - HELENE TUCKER . . . Commercial . . . Honey news editor . . . Leaders' Club . . . Chairman of Ring reads the 4-b00k,0f,the.mOmh'f . 1 ' glee Club I very Committee . . . coaching certificate . . . Mut number . . . Fonnsrsn, circulation manager . . . J. .l. I. . . . J. V. track . . . interclass athletics . . . non- athletic F . . . to retire for research at 30. EDWIN R. TURNER . GLORIA MILDRED THIELE . . . Academic . . . basketball, soccer, softball Table Tennis . . . happy with a good book or sewing . . . Home Economics Club . . . peeved by open classical music . . . to be Strauss Surosky Sussman Taylor Tontz Treger Tribby Tucker representative . . . "Gabby,' correct . . . Shorthand Club . . . interclass athletics . . . likes to travel . . . hopes to visit other countries . . Academic . . . Varsity . . . Major F . . class . . . listens to popular and a chemist. Thiele Turner 66 .swinging at the Senior-Junior Hop AWILDA TWILLEY . . . Academic . . . likes books, basketball, manager's F . . . to be an aeronautical skating, broad-shouldered football players . . , Latin engineer. Club . . . Glee Club . . . interclass athletics, Major F . . . Varsity softball . . . French Club . . . future HERBERT F. VETTER, JR ...' Academic . . , Boys' Pedagogue Chorus, treasurer . . . student coach .N . . Leaders' Club . . . J. J. J., dancer . . . Chemistry Club . . . likes blue music Duke Ellington's Band MELVIN .UDELEWITZ ' ' ' Academicf ' ' likes das' "Stormy" . . . Oppdrtimity Club . . . student dfiicer sical music, science, sports . . . Ethical Club . . . 1 tt Vex d b reen and blue Opportunity Club . . . Leaders' Club . . . Varsity lO'iJe0ZeEhZ31it0es ' ' ' e ' y g ' ' basketball, Major F . . . J. V. track . . . Junior Class treasurer . . . everybodyis pal . . . Student Court . . . Siudem vice-president ' ' ' homeroom President ' ' JOYCE VIA . . . Academic . . . interclass basketball wishes to be a doctor. . . . May Day Fete, gypsy dancer . . . Joy . . . Glee Club . . . likes to read . . . future Florence Nightingale. ROBERT WINTON UHLER . . . Commercial . . Biology Club . . . Table Tennis . . . Masquers . . . . Senior Play . . . Art Club . . . hopes to receive dramatic THELMA VITUR15 ' ' ' Commercial ' ' -,Office Pralc' training and later a Stage and Screen Career' tice Club . . . interclass basketball . . . interested in sports and travel . . . Art . . . boycotts draped pants . . . Archery . . . hopes to be a successful oflice worker. JOHN RANDALL ULRICH . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . basketball . . . fencing . . . radical . . . Science Club . . . Ring Committee . . . Chess Club, MELVIN SAMUEL WACHS . . . Commercial . . president . . . J. V. track . . . reads continually . . . Ofiice Practice Club . . . nagging girls peeve him . . tennis . . . non-athletic F . . . student coach . . . interclass athletics . . . studies modern Hebrew Litera- Scribblers . . . to be a lawyer. ture . . . Commercial Handbook . . . to teach. BRADFORD UREY . . . Academic . . . Leaders' Club, EVELYN WASSERMAN . . . Academic . . . Glee president . . . coaching certificate . . . Opportunity Club, Club . . . collects classical records . . . Music Appreci- president . . . J. J. J .... uShort" . . . Sub-Senior Class ation Club . . . thrills to Stardust . . . detests knee vice-president . . . Junior Class Scrapbook Committee length socks, worndown heels, snobs . . . Ev . . . Four . . . Varsity track . . . super magician . . . football, Square Club . . . interested in designing and modeling track, J. V. F . . . enjoys plenty of Work . . . Varsity as a future. Twilley Udelewitz Uhler Ulrich Urey Vetter Via Vituris Wachs F.. Wasserman ' 67 ..yawning through morning .music rehearsals M. Wasserman Webb Weir Weitzel Weitzman Werther Weston Weyforth Wilcox Williams MORTON WASSERMAN , , , Academic , , , Table treasurer . . . Chemistry Club, secretary . . . hunger Tennis, treasurer . . . PRESS, features . . . Varsity never appeased . . . Badminton . . . Archery . . . J. V. , soccer, Major F . . . tennis, manager . . . basketball hockey . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. J., bazaar l . . . Scout Club . . . A. A. representative . . . Chemistry . . . would like a lot of money . . . Major F . . . Club . . . spends time listening to modern music . , . FORESTER, sports staff . . . Leaders' Club . . . locker hopes to be a journalist. duty . . . homeroom president . . . student coach . . . - May Day Fete, Queenis attendant . . . wants to be a , NANCY VIRGINIA WEBB . . . Commercial . . . good good Secretary' l music and art please her . . . Music Appreciation Club . . . Glee Club . . . jitterbugs annoy her . . . interclass EARL WESTON . . . Technical . . . works on auto- ' athletics . . . non-athletic F . . . to become a singer. mobile, airplane models . . . her name is 4'Peggy" . . . dislikes homework and red nail polish . . . has hopes , EVELYN WEIR . . . Academic . . . poise without of becomms H 'lraftsmau' qi pose . . . homeroom vice-president . . . May Queen's attendant . . . Clee Club . . . at home on a horse . . . WILLIAM WEYFORTH . . . Academic . . . Boys' if prefers Southern gentlemen . . . Music Appreciation Chorus . . . likes good music and blondes . . . Stamp Club . . . interclass athletics . . . J. J. J., dancer . . . Club . . . plays piaIIo well . . . J. J. J. . . . walks 1' Senior Play . . . plans on marrying a Hwoman hater". in an inimitable manner . . . Chemistry Club . . . Table 35 Tennis. VIRGINIA WEITZEL . . . Academic . . . Latin Club If . . . Glee Club . . . never lets you down . . . Junior STUART R. WILCOX . . . Academic . . . Latin Club French Club . . . interclass athletics . . . collects . . . Scout Club, secretary . . . PRESS representative jewelry . . . J. J. J .... May Day Fete, dancer . . . . . . Table Tennis, president . . . Chemistry Club . . . Advisory Committee . . . student oliicer . . . 'LGinny" Tennis manager . . . Opportunity Club . . . Leaders, . . . non-athletic F . . . cafe oliicer . . . would strive to Club . . . interclass athletics . . . cheer leader, F . . be a medical doctor. student officer . . . Prom and Banquet Committee . l J. J. J .... would like to graduate from college. RUTH WEITZMAN . . . Commercial . . . J. J. J. I Typing Club . . . history fanatic . . . homeroom secre- BEVERLY JANE WILLIAMS - . . Academic l I 1 Latin tary . . . French Club . . . student oliicer . . . Short- Club I D D hates getting up early in the morning ' A I hand Club ' ' ' loves to relax ' ' ' Table Tennis' Glee Club . . . student coach . . . 4'Bev" . . . tennis . . . French Club . . . confiscates restaurant menus . . . MARJORIE G. WERTHER . . . Academic . . . couldn't Chemistry Club . . . desires to own and operate a dress I be cuter . . . Latin Club . . . Junior French Club, shop. I 68 I l AL o Willis Winer Winslow Wise Witz Wolfson Wollach Wooters II. Wright S. Wright BARBARA JEAN WILLIS . . . Academic . . . can't duty . . . J. J. J., portraits . . . commercial art her stop primping . . . Latin Club . . . Art Club . . . Ad- future. visory Committee . . . 4'Bobbie" . . . non-athletic F . . . student coach . . . Archery . . . goes for angora RUTH WOLFSON ...A 4 Cademic . u l Latin Club D . D Sweaters and bangs ' I ' Semor Play ' ' ' to become .Junior French Club . . . French Club . . . devotee of one of those Sleek busmess Women' Xavier Cugat . . . interclass athletics . . . Open Forum Club, vice-president . . . student coach . . . golf . . . SHIRLEY FLORENCE WINER , I l Academic , 1 , Chemistry Club . . . tennis . . . 44Ruthie', . . . Four French Club . . . sentimental . . . interclass athletics Square Club ' - - FORESTER, Wflle-uPS - - - gYm locker . . . Open Forum Club . . . Badminton . . . dislikes flulY - - - 3 future lab0Tal0fY leCbl1lClau- people who make mountains out of molehills . . Chews gum to aid C0'1CeHU'au0n- LORRAINE WOLLACH . . . Academic . . . enjoys all types of music . . . student coach . . . German Club NANCY WINSLOW Q . l Academic . l . fencing . ' ' . . . dislikes insincere people . . . Library Club . . . Leaders, Club ' . l Glee Club A . I May Day Few, very intelligent . . . Four Square Club . . . Piano dancer . . . locker duty . . . Latin Club, president . . . Club ' ' ' hopes to marry' sings . . . plays piano . . . Badminton . . . interclass HIl1l6llCS - - - HPGHHUF' - - - Mlbflf F - - - J- J- J-v WILLIAM WOOTERS . . . Commercial. . . confirmed bazaar - - - Muslb APPfeClHIl0H Club - - - loves WHUZCS, jitterbug . . . Glee Club . . . cheer leader, F . . . Stamp good dancers - - - l10II1Cf00m IFGHSUYCY - - - Fr0HCl1 Club, vice-president . . . Prom and Banquet Committee Club - - - Swell 215 they 001116 - - - WHNS to gf0W all . . . a weakness for Hcokesw . . . J. J. .I., chorus . . . llwb - - - 10 Sing. student oliicer . . . to become a printer. NANCY ELIZABETH WISE . . . Az'l1fleml'C . . . Junior HAROLD O, WRIGHT , , , Commercial , , , Jgsh P1'0II1 COUIITHUCC - - - Glee Club - - - CVIIOYS b0Wllng, . . . PRESS representative . . . woman on his mind . . . singing, playing piano . . . Crazy about raw Carrots interclass athletics . . . jitterbug . . . Orchestra . . . . . , French Club . . . Four Square Club . . . to take Band , , , wants a good Car, a business course. SHIRLEY ELYNORE WRIGHT . . . Academic . . . MILDRED ELAINE WITZ . . . Academic . . . interclass Cvafdeulng Club - - - TONY - - - basketball - - - J- J- Jw athletics . . . worthwhile friend . . . Archery . . . Latin portraits - - - Aft Club - - - Wflflug 3 b00k - - - gathers Club l , , Glee Club , , , Sketches and paints , , Four recipes . . . Glee Club . . . likes anklets and socks . . . Square Club . . . Varsity fencing, Minor F . . . locker l0 do things Ylgbi- 69 . . . Bfguirlg OVEI' C0mm6I'lCEmSl1t togs ROBERT KENNETH YEAKLE . . . Academic . . . letics . . . J. V. hockey . . . dotes on ice-cream . . . Masquers . . . information desk . . . cheer leader . . . Varsity softball, track . . . Major F . . . gym locker Boys' Chorus . . . student officer . . . interested in all duty . . . to be a nurse. types of music . . . interclass athletics . . . Varsity track . . . hopes to go through Naval Academy. CHARLOTTE ZENTZ . . . Academic . . . reads con- tinuously . . . representative . . . Chemistry Club . . . MAE AILEEN YEWELL , , , Cgmmergigl , , , Collects German Club, secretary . . . likes nothing better than feggrdings , , , Ari Club I , , Sphinx , , , likes horse. sleep . . . interclass athletics . . . Glee Club . . . back riding . . . "Mae" . . . quiet but intelligent , , music lover . . . Home Economics Club . . . admires ambition to visit England. good looking clothes . . . wants to be a wife like Myrna Loy. BETTY MAY YOUNG . . . Academic . . . Latin Club . . . fencing . . . Badminton Club . . . dislikes her HILARY CAROL ZIEVE . - - AC1lIl6I7liC - - - soft, dra- Specs l , , First Aid Club , , , mouth waters at plain matic voice . . . dislikes insincere people . . . Latin cokes and strawberry sodas . . . Ql. .l. l .... chemistry Club - . - if1ICfClHSS aIl1l6iiCS - - - CIUOYS DCUISSCY, and archaeology are her pet sciences . . . interested bHdmiI1f0l1, iCC-Cream - - - Masflllefsi President, N011- -in the Wgndgy-5 of medicine and anaesthesia, athletic F . . . FI'6I'1Cll . . . S6fllOI' Play Reading Committee . . . Senior Play . . . student officer . . . interested in stage and radio . . . J. .l. il .... May Day Fete, Queeifs attendant . . . a dramatic career. GLORIA ELAINE YOUNG . . . Academic . . . usually found at the roller-rinks . . . interclass athletics . . . Badminton . . . FORESTER, feature staff . . . animated 1 conversations . . . Masquers . . . Chemistry Club . . . HAZEL ZA-E 6l'b' Corimercial ' ' -,Glee Club ' ' ' May Day Pete, dancer Q ' - locker duty ' . ' Archery sweeld. . rt .l.l. .omerloom secretary.. .l. .l. J. . U l FORESTER Rollers Q u D looking for a Stenographic . . . aiaar . . . maze lair an eyes . . . artistic career. Job. IRVIN JEROME BORENSTEIN . . . Academic . . . DOROTHY ARLINE ZELLMAN . . . Academic interclass athletics . . . Stamp Club, secretary . . . . . . loyalty and sportsmanship . . . Fencing, captain likes Tommy Dorsey, traveling, laughing . . . plays . . . dislikes interrupters . . . Home Economics Club . . . clarinet . . . dislikes silly dames, hamburgers with homeroom treasurer . . . Glee Club . . . interclass ath- onions, Wild drivers . . . to be a business man. Yeakle Yewell B. M. Young C. Young Zellman Zentz Zieve Zile Borenstein 70 Zin Memoriam JUS FINE MOULTON . . . a talented member of the class, taken from her friends in her happiest moments . . 71 will remember . . . JOLLY JU IOR JUBILEE IUBILEEI . . . March 15, 16, 1940 . . . highlighted by guest- starring of handleader Eddy Duehin, Whose appearance at the dance stopped the show . . . lrv Samuels Gym Show Em-Cee . . . paper flowers . . . termed by officials as Mgreatest financial success in at least five years' ,... the man with the mortgage, in swing-time style, theme of Auditorium Show . . . Sehuchat boys tearing their hair . . . guys, gals and giggles . . . MNO Smoking Pleaselw those cute hoy hallerinasl . . . Erlaine stars again . . . 4'Standing room only!" lV0r1ls fail us . . . K-K-Kitty I ...MAY DAY Queen anal Court . . . in the list of ,lune 74l's firsts. With the assistance of Miss Alta Thomp- son and lVliss Lucy Hyde the Junior Class departed from precedent, abandoned the usual Arbor Day ceremonies, and on May 3, l940, gave Forest Park its first May Day. Held in the traditional manner, with old English music, dances, and costumes, the fete was viewed by the entire school and by guests from strategic points on the front campus and from windows facing the green. lra Marks, class president, and Master of the Green, crowned beautiful, blond Erlaine Dietrich First Queen of the May. She was attended by eighteen of the Mfairest inaidensl' of the class. High- spots of the event included peasant dances, a tournament of Knights of the Hobby Horses, St. Georgels fight with the dragon, and the traditional May Pole Dance. Student assistant was Stephen Senning, assisted by ten committee members. 74 I . . . another first Action on the Green, May Dancing Jolly Kids the Hobby Knights Marks, Dietrich, Johnson 75 ' Q . there Happy Hills Kizrldies "Boogy-woogiew at the Prom other high-spots . . . first of which was the entertainment for the children of the Happy Hills Home, on December 16, with Miriam Kuntz and Leland Miles as co-chairmen. The children were delighted with Kitty Reinhalterls dancing and Katherine Millmanis singing. Clarence Creswell, as Santa Claus, gave presents to the youngsters. Other performers were Jean Cromwell, Sonia Levy, and Bradford Urey . . . The Junior Prom was held at the Casualty on a balmy spring evening, with Rudy Kilian's Kadets providing the music . . . because of unforeseen circumstances at the time of May Day, when the class was to have presented its tree, the Planting and Dedication was postponed until a later date . . . and the Fall social season was opened with the Senior-Sub-senior Inaugural Ball, held on October 4 at the Casualty, with Bob Craig providing the syncopation . . . '41 hereby dedicate . . ." Swzzyin, at Inaugural Ball 77 and we also staged Read that lzm ubazn Time out for the jury Harmony a SE IOR PL Y As the curtain rang down on the Senior - Sub-senior production, MLadies of the Jury," a play of mystery and murder flavored with suspense, thrills, and humor, the cheers of a capacity audience re- echoed again and again from the walls of the auditorium. Foremost among the cast were many Sub-seniors . . . Blooma Kanter became a bossy dowager member of the jury ..., E rlaine Dietrich palmed off a neat facsimile of a gum-chewing chorus girl . . . Bill Jolly was a brawny addition to the gentlemen of the jury . . . Robert Uhler provided the poetic interest . . . and Evelyn Weir, Blanche Jenkins, Murray Friedlander, Ned Gorman, Ira Altfeder, Hilary Zieve, Barbara Willis and Dick Lillien had important sup- porting roles as either jury members, Witnesses, or court officials. Miss Etta Smith coached the play, which was selected by a Play- Beading Committee composed of representatives of the two years. "Did you kill himfv Coach Etta W. Smith 79 READING FROM PAGE 20 DeBois and Clarence Creswell became sergeants-at-armsg Charles Godwin started his career as Senator. The jirst class project was the presentation of a benefit for the children of Happy Hills, December 10, 1939 . . . fun for the cast and fun for the kiddies. Shouldering responsibility for the program, which included many singers, dancers and other enter- tainers, were Miriam Kuntz and Leland Miles. Erlaine Dietrich, Kitty Reinhalter, Bradford Urey, and Clarence Creswell took lead- ing parts. Christmas loomed on the horizon, and with a commotion of banging and sawing, several technical boys erected in the main lobby the Christmas tree of the June Class of 1941. Bringing H. . . closer contact between the two classes . . ., an ice-skating party was held in January, sponsored by our class and Miss Ruth Corbettgs funiors. Later, on February twenty- ninth, a roller skating party was sponsored by the two classes. Election time arrived again, and all officers were unanimously reelected. jubilee time! . . . committee appointed . . . rehearsals started . . . orange and brown flowers . . . noisy halls. On March 9, the entertainers went on the air for a half-hour program over a local station. Ted Schuchat, Harold Nathanson, and members of the Publicity Committee arranged the broadcast. More rehearsals --and finally the doors opened to a record-breaking crowd on FOLLOW THRU ON PAGE 84 . . . L09 too LUBYQ OHC9 ndergraduates SUB-SENIORS Robert Baker, presidentg Joseph Spillman, vice- presidentg Mary Wills, corresponding secretary, Robert Krauss, recording secretary, Gladys Dann, treasurer, William Ropka and George Hogan, ser- geants-at-armsg Mr. Walter Scheid, adviser. J U N I O R S Robert Tate, president, Samuel Wohl, vice-presi- dent, Barbara Whitehurst, corresponding secretaryg Martha Wilson, recording secretaryg Earl Smoot, treasurer, Herbert Forrester and Charles Fitzpat- rick, sergeants-at-arms, Mrs. Thyra Fischer, adviser SUB-JUNICRS Jack Packard, president, Burton Stern, vice-presi dentg Elva Jarvis, recording secretary, Betty Jeff ries, corresponding secretary, Virginia Bowen treasurer, Milton Volk and Herbert Walters, ser geants-at-arms, Miss Hester Whitfield, adviser. 82 83 4 READING FROM PAGE 80 March 15, starting a two-night stand that won continual applause. PRESS editors Irvin Samuels, Ted Schuchat, and Harold Nathan- son arranged a 'acoup d' etatn and brought Eddy Duchin, famed band leader, for a personal appearance. A swing version of the man-with-the-mortgage-plot, which held sway in the auditorium, featured Erlaine Dietrich, Bradford Urey, Doris Bush, and Irene Conn. Irvin Samuels Em-Ceed the Gym Show which, in addition to many entertainers, billed ferry 0wen's Orchestra and a hilarious boys, ballet. The Dance ojfered Johnny Horst and his B'hoys. After it was all over, officials termed it lathe greatest financial success, in at least five yearsf' uPaper towels, soap, and mirrorsfv was the cry of Ira Marks as he led the junior Class in a drive to secure these necessities. With Miss Alta Thompson directing the pageantry, and Miss Lucy I'Iyde the dances, the juniors departed from all precedent and staged the first May Day Fete ever held at Forest Park. The ceremonies, which replaced the usual Arbor Day Assembly, were completed with gay dancing, colorful old English costumes, in- spiring music, and a beautiful May Queen and Attendants. Faculty, student body, and guests were thrilled as hundreds of Juniors produced an affair that broke into the daily newspapers. Next on the calendar was the Junior Prom. Swinging to the music of Rudy Kilianis Kadets, four hundred couples invaded the Maryland Casulty, May 29, to create a brilliant social success. CONCLUDEIJ ON PAGE 102 many of us participated in thletics FOOTBALL FOREST PARK 13 VOCATIONAL 0 Opening the season against a weak Vocational team F P , orest ark had difhculty in scoring a two touchdown victory over Vic Schmiedas boys at Homewood Field Charli C d ' . e o win, with the aid of Chuck Creswell, reeled off two fir t d s owns and a seven yard touchdown trot, netting the locals their first six points. In the third quarter the Forester passing attack clicked. After several large gains, Chuck Creswell heaved an overhead pass to little Harry Robbins who scored on a fort d Y'Y3f jaunt. Creswell kicked the extra point. Thus For t P k ' ' es ar chalked up its first victory of the 1940 season to the tune of 13 to 0. 86 COACH C. MELVILLE ANDERSON . . . now a Captain in the United States Army, coached the 1940 Varsity football team into third place in th M e aryland Scholastic MAN Conference race . . . after H . fteen years of coaching at Forest Park, his absence is strongly missed, and his efforts will never be forgotten . . . FOREST PARK 7 SOUTHERN 7 Then came that tooth and nail battle with S th ' ' ou ern that night at the Stadium when the Green Tide came from the short end of a 7 to 0 score to a 7 to 7 tie Southern, d . s secon play of the second half was a reverse, with Raz- gaitis carrying the mail 73 yards to a touch- down. A line buck, a second try, tallied the extra point after the first attempt was frus- trat d d e ue to a Forest Park miscue. ln the final period the heretofore unknown Salvatore CC 77 Dippy DiPaula, streaked off tackl e on a fifty-four yard scoring jaunt. The all-impor- tant point after touchdown was gained on a pass from quarterback Harry Robbins to end Charlie Godwin. CADE CARRUTHERS CRESWELL CRIM D1PAULA EDIE CODWIN HANSEN JOHNSON LANZA MALLONEE PERILLA PHILLIPS ROBBINS R. SMITH W. SMITH FOREST PARK 7 MT. ST. JOE O Playing a heavy Mt. St. Joe eleven for the first time in history, Forest Park completely outplayed its opponent and scored a 7 to 0 victory to remain undefeated. Forest Parkis offensive entirely trampled the helpless Gaels into submission, but because of the lack of vital scoring punch, could not increase its lead. The lone tally of the contest came when Salvatore DiPaula, for the second straight week, cut loose on his now-famous run, and sped towards the goal line seventy-one yards away. After the tally, Chuck Creswell per- fected his placement boot to finish the gameas scoring. FOREST PARK 7 McDONOGH 12 A blocked kick and some bad breaks resulted in the first defeat for Forest Park at the hands of a weak lVlcDonogh team by the score of l2 to 7. Forest Park drew first blood in the fracas when Harry Robbins plunged over five yards for the tally that put the Green and Gray ahead in the third period. Robbins also place kicked the extra point. In the final session, Jimmy Lynch, Cadet center, blocked Diljaulals kick, recaught it, and raced for a touchdown. Godwin blocked the eXtra point try. Kibler tossed a clincher to Mullineaux and gave the MLittle Farmers" their first win of the campaign. ' FOREST PARK 6 SEVERN 6 A group of hard fighting Sailors held a fav- ored Forester squad to its second tie, 6 to 6, at Homewood field in a night tilt. Forest Park started off 'cred hotly when a successful cross- buck from Robbins to Godwin baffled the Severn team, but a fumble stopped the attack. Severnis shifty back, ,lack Williarns, showed the local boys some real running ability and proved it by carrying the leather over into pay dirt. Quickly snapping back to life in the second stanza, the Foresters tied the score via the air. Harry Robbins tossed a spot pass to Salvatore Lanza, who on being trapped, lateraled to the scoring DiPaula. FOREST PARK 7 CALVERT HALL 0 A game similar to the one with lVlt. St. Joe was Forest Park's 7 to 0 victory over Calvert FOREST PARK 0 Hall. The Green Tide completely drowned the Maroon and Gold, but could score no more than one touchdown. After a quick start, Charlie Godwin pulled one of his notable re- verses and trotted thirty-five yards for the marker. Big Chuck Creswell added one more point with a place kick. From then on, it was predominantly Forest Park, with Robbins, Creswell, DiPaula, and Runk ripping off yard- age against a line that became handy at mak- ing goal line stands. FOREST PARK 0 POLY O A Stadium turf Mknee deep in mudw was the scene of Forest Parkls third tie. ln a down- pour of rain, the Engineers of Poly fought to a scoreless tie with Coach Anderson's charges. Hampered by slippery mud, both teams were unable to gain freely either on ground or in the air. The kicking, as a Whole, Was fairly good except for two bad Poly punts. Most of the contest was fought in Orange and Blue territory with the Forester team advancing as far as Poly's eighteen, while the Engineers were only able to advance to the Green's forty-four. gridiron. These fans saw the undefeated Col- legians "scared stiff" but finally defeat Forest Park 13 to 0. Harry Lawrence, coach noted for using three teams a game, substituted only twice against the Foresters. Dick Wlorking tossed a long pass to ,lack Hebbel in the first quarter for a tally, and the two repeated their feat again in the last stanza for another score. Working kicked the extra point. Especially outstanding for Forest Park was George Runk, while Godwin, Lanza, Perilla, and Mallonee held the line together. City produced a team with Dick Vlforking, Merle Debuskey, Carl Freed, Irv Lansman, ,lack Hebbel, and Phil Palmere shining. FOREST PARK 7 PATTERSON PARK 6 The final game of a successful season was won by Forest Park 7 to 6, in a contest where Chuck Creswell dominated the field in his final Forester grid tilt. Big 218-pound Creswell heaved a long pass to Harry Robbins, who took the ball on the Pats Hfteen, and ran over to score. The extra point was booted by Cres- well. Patterson's touchdown came in the third period after a drive of over fifty yards. Vic Kilkowski, Blue and White back, scored the only points for his team. Chuck demonstrated some wonderfully long, perfect passes and dis- tant booting. He knocked down Patterson's pass for the extra and tying point. CITY 13 The ugame of the yearn was played before 10,000 people in an overHowing Homewood First Row--Crim, Perilla, Frank, Edie, Creswell, Godwin, Lanza, Robbins, W. Phillips. Second Row-Hansen, Sorenson, Boyarsky, DiPaula, Johnson, Gorman, T. Phillips, Hogan. Third Roux-Mr. Anderson. Coach, Cannelly, Manager, Mallonee, Smith, Kunkle, Tate, Ruppersberger, Moore, Kermisch, Cade, Smith, Streckfus, Plovsky, Levin. l 89 BASKETB LL , , Whois got it? Although playing under the watchful guidance of Mr. Williani lVlcClean, since coach Anderson was called into service, Forest Parkis Varsity basketball squad could not make an impressive record in the league race. Starting off the season in a slow manner, the Green court squad never gained enough momentum to overcome its opponents. The team did, however, win a few outstanding victories and toward the end of the year lost to City, the league champions, by only one basket. Mel Udelewitz, Jesse Johnson, Mel Jacobs, and Jack Spurrier were seniors on the team, Sonny Weisburg, Frank Ruth and Reg Elliot were the other regulars. Wlith several talented youngsters coming up from the Jay-Vee and Frosh-Soph Squads, fans are looking for a better season next year. BASKETBALL First Row-Udelewitz, Johnson, Jacobson, Weisberg, Coleman, Turner Sommerfield. Second Row- Pbillips, Spurrier, Elliot. Third Row-Urey, Managerg Mr. William lVlcClean, Coach. 90 ICE HOCKEY...a championship team Sentz trys against St. Joe Q V 4, Coaching his first Varsity ice hockey team, Mr. Walter Scheid successfully piloted his 1940-41 squad to the coveted Maryland Scholastic Championship, and after win- ning the league race, went on to take the Harvard Alumni Cup in the playoffs. The team iinished in a tie for the Public School Trophy with Poly. Defeating every team in the league at least twice, the Green and Gray sextet, led by high-scorer Charlie Godwin, lost only two games-one to Poly and one to Mt. St. Joe. Of the six teams in the league, Forest Park, lVlt. St. Joe, Loyola, Gilman and Poly were in the playoffs, Calvert Hall being the only team omitted. The Forester team played its best hockey at this time, scoring 21 goals against 6. ICE HOCKEY First Row-Dunn, Burker, Godwin, Captaing Hogan, Smith, Mallonee, Sentz, Meyers. Second Row-Ford, Assistant Managerg DeBois, Managerg McGreevy, Levinson, Creswell, Yaffe, Mr. Walter Scheid, Coach. 91 SOCCER BASEBALL First Row-King, Assistant Manager, Wasserman, Olht, Dunningan, Strekfus, Brocoto, Lackman, Gesser Turner, Reiling, Bath, Freiman, Henry, Manager. Jacobs, Turnbaugh, Tesser. Second Row-Levenson, Packard, Silberman, Dettor, Hart, Berger, Webster. Third Row-Lerner, Kramer, Williams, Wofel, Sterling, Hicks, Eirich, Weinberg, Kerber, Zenitz, David, Bachrach, Ennis, Rappaport, Fox, Marcus, Heyman, Mr. Waskow, Coach. SOCCER lt was a determined and fighting soccer team that took the field against over- whelming odds both in players and in playing experience. Broken in everything but their spirit, the pitchmen lost decisively against Park School, their first defeat from the hands of the Brownies in 10 years. But they came back fighting the next week and had their revenge, as Gabby Turner booted the winning mark. The State Champions, Mt. St. Joseph, completed the humiliation by trouncing the Green and Gray to the tune of 10 to O. Coach Henry Waskow had done the best possible with material at hand. Co-captain ,lack Packard was the outstanding player, ably assisted by defensemen Henry Silberman and Jerry Dettor, while Arnold Reiling, Gabby Turner and Morton Wasserman were other seniors that performed. BASEBALL Early season predictions saw the Green and Gray baseball team a dangerous contender for the league pennant, but a midseason slump, due to bad breaks, dampened Forester hopes. Mr. William Tierney garnered a potent squad that consisted mainly of seasoned players. Bob Herb, Frank Ruth and Chuck Creswell formed the nucleus of a well balanced infield, but unfortunate circumstances forced the former two to retire in midseason. Mel Jacobs, star hurler of the Green mound corps, pitched fine ball all year, but an erratic team caused him trouble. Mel pitched a one hit game against Southern High to win a shut-out 5 to 0. John Coyne, converted from pitcher to center- fielder, was teamed with Bob Goldstein and Bob Raith as senior fielders. 92 LACROSSE Although only playing for the second year in the A Conference, Forest Parkis 194-1 lacrosse team presented a brilliant brand of ball and finished high in the Mary- land Scholastic league standings. Ably coached by Mr. William McClean, the Green and Gray played eight league contests against City, Severn, Poly, Gilman, Friends, McDonogh, Boys' Latin, and St. Paul. Five practice tilts helped round out a colorful season. The Foresters were represented by Dick Catzen, Tom Phillips, and Bob Mallonee, close attack, Charles Godwin, Bob Smith, Bob Tate, midfield, Birch Kailer, Joe Carruthers, Billy Crim, defense, and Ted DeBois, goal. Catzel, Mallonee, Godwin, and DeBois are seniors, while other lacrossemen will graduate in February. TRACK Running under the disadvantage of inexperienced material, this yearis track team made the best of things to develop into a mediocre squad that ran with a great deal of determination. In its first dual meet of the season, the Green and Gray lost a heartbreaker to City by two-thirds of a point. The lads then placed third in the annual P. A. L. meet. Doing swift running in the 100 yard dash was Harry Schwartz, while Bob Yeakle competed in the 220 yard dash, and Jesse Johnson was consistent in the javelin throw and 880 yard run. Eugene Hansen, Donald Penn, Bruce Kane, and John Barker were other senior cinder men. Promising shot-putter is Mayer Freed, a junior, who, together with other team mates, has been placing consistently. LACROSSE First Rowe-Mr. William McClean, Coach, Catzen Marks, Smith, Co-captain, Phillips, Godwin, Co captaing Crim, DeBois. Second Row-Coplan, Zenitz, Rosen, Benner, Rider, Robertson, Weinberg Rothschild. Third RowHLerner, Manager, Kailer Rath, Miller, Abramson, Epstein, Carruthers, Good? hand, Reiling, Norton, Tate, Magruder, Mallonee, Holljes, Sentz, Kunkel, Huber. 1 TRACK First Row-Carroll, Manager, Blumberg, Hogan Yeakle, Penn, Hansen, Sorenson, Summerfield Second Row-Williams, Pedone, Maranto, Friedland Kane, Webster, Greenebaum, Martin, Schwartz Freed, Jacobson. Third Row-Mr. Leo Powers Assistant Coachg Mr. Sims, Coach, Spillman, Moore Volk, Wolf, Hollander, Higdon, Williams, Philips Crim, Charlton, Jones, Nicklas, Seligman, Barker, Sullivan. 7 1 TENNIS GOLF First Row Shpritz, Friedman, Levitas, Weisberg. Reamer, Keating, Oppenheim, Soule, Captain Standmg Wilcox Harrison, Mr. W. Woodruff Eskridge, Aronson. Marston Coach TENNIS The tennis squad this year had only two veterans on its roster, the other lads being young performers who still have more Varsity tennis to play. There was not one senior on the squad. Led by Sonny Wleisburg, the Forest Park net team proved to be strong contenders for the coveted diadem. ' Howard Oifit, George Porter, Stuart Shpritz, Ira Harrison, Sam Levitas, Seymour Frieman are the young players that complete the lineup. The 1942 playing season might find Forest Park with another tennis championship as these talented players move into Varsity shoes. GULF Although placing fourth in the annual lVlaryland Scholastic team championships, Mr. Henry Hirsch's golf team was one of the best in the conference. A busy season was listed for the team, which was scheduled to tramp the fare- ways of thirteen different schools: The team defeated St. Paulas, the winner of the tournament in one of the team's two meetings and received disappointing losses at the hands of lVlcDonogh and City. Receiving a place in the singles championships were Bill Soule, Irving Reamer, and Austin Oppenheim. Those seniors that lifted divots for Forest Park were Irving Reamer, Thomas Keating, and Bill Soule, captain. 94- F SOFTBALL SOFTBALL A First Row-Buckheit, Schwartz, Friedman, Plovsky, Colman, Marcus, Buckingham, Mr. Waskow, Coach. Second Row-Klitenic, Bowen, Sless, Hollander, Miller, Reisig, Schmeir, Waggener, Collector. JAY-VEE SCHEDULE May 2 ........ ...,,...,............., May 7 ........ May 9 ......... .....,.. May 20 .,,..... May 22 ..,... ,,.., May 27 ...,... .....,.. May 23 ......... .lune 5., ......,,..Poly ,..,.......Southern Patterson Park ,....,,....Southern ,,..,City College Patterson Park .,............,...Poly ,....,..,City College Summed up in a few words, the Jay-Vee season this year was a fair average-H some teams played inspired games and others were unable to secure many wins. Coached by lVIr. W. lVIcClean, the football team tied for the divisional championship, only to lose to City in the playoffs. The basketball team started off very fast, only to bog down in the end to disappoint lVlr. W. Tierney. Mr. Henry Waskow's soccer lads went through a scoreless season, as that sport followed true to form to Forest Parkis trampled soccer squads. Starting off the season as ice hockey coach, Mr. David Scherr, due to his call to arms, was forced to transfer his job to Mr. W. Scheid. Forest Parkls track team is now coached by Mr. Leo Powers. Hopes are high for the 342 Varsity teams as there are many potential stars on hand to take the places of the departing seniors. . . AND FROSH-SOPH Playing a regular competitive schedule, the Freshman-Sophomore football team was successfully coached by Mr. David Scherr. These players are the source of the future Junior-Varsity and Varsity squads. Also coaching ice-hockey, Mr. Scherr met his young skaters every Saturday at lceland. The Junior Varsity team was the Soph's only opponents. Sporting the best record of any school basketball team, the Freshmen, coached by Mr. Leo Powers, won most of their league tilts. Some good material will go to the senior teams. lnterclass basketball tournaments and track meets were also held. 95 Greenfield GIRLS' SPORTS... First Row-F. Bartlett, Austin, McCarthy, Co-captain, Wolfe, Co-captain, N. Bartlett. Secontl Row-Martin, Yukerwitz, Urey, Greenfield, Ridgeway, Adams. FIELD HOCKEY . . . another championship The first city championships since 1936 were handed Forest Park by the girls, hockey teams this year. Both the Varsity and Junior-Varsity teams tied for the city championships-the Varsity with Patterson Park and the ,lay-Vee with Western. Although early season results were not particularly impressing, the Varsity wound up its schedule by defeating Eastern and Western, tieing with Patterson Park, and losing to Southern. In a like manner, the ,lay-Vee vanquished Eastern and Patterson, and tied Western and Southern. Adams Bartletts Martin Ridgeway ' 96 VARSITY: first Row-Eiser, Ulrich, Adams, JAY-VEE: First' Row--Rosen, D Kratz A Kratz Peiegoy Greenfield. Second Row-Irwin, Dann, Yerkerwitz, Burdick. Second Rau George Jones Rid sway Wilson, Gribben, Hoare, Massamim Varsity ln spite of the return of several veterans from last seasonis campaigning, the girlsj Varsity basketball squad could not break into the winning column all year. Corning up against Southern in the opener, the Southerners got oh' to a good start to obtain a score of 311--9 in their favor. Thus nipped in the bud, the Green and Gray Was on the small end of scores against Patterson 117-Ol, Eastern Q4-7-2121, and Western f22-l7j. Although unable to chalk up winning scores, the team always played clean, hard ball. Spark plugs were Captain Anna Adams, Jo Ridgeway, Gladys Dann, lVlarie Fiiser, Mary Greenfield, and Eileen Peregoy. . . . and .lay-Vee Another championship was added to the growing list of achievements this year when members of the ,lay-Vee basketball team, setting out to better their big sisters' record, swept through five games with five consecutive victories. Southern, Patterson, Eastern, Western, and Vocational all bowed under top-heavy scores of LM--22, 26-8, 4-6-19, Bl-lil-, 51-8. The decisive game was the tilt with Vilestern, who had been undefeated previous to its meeting with the Foresters. The girls, however, tackled the game with enough speed and power to win easily. The twin-sister combination, Dorothy and Anne Kratz, was a big factor in the success. These girls, in addition to the other skilled members, should augur for a good Varsity season next year. 97 VOLLEYBALL With the inter-scholastic volleyball crown in its hands for three consecutive years, the Green and Gray nine opened its 1941 season with high hopes. Coach Lucy Hyde's charges were set through rigorous practice sessions, and with the return of veterans Frances and Natalie Bartlett, Eileen Peregoy, Anna Adams, Blanche Jenkins and Miriam Gollin in Varsity and Jay-Vee positions as well as much other promising material, the Green and Gray augured to be strong contenders for the title. The championship play-offs, in the form of a round robin for the varsity, were scheduled at Western on May 13 and 15, while the Forester undersquad tournament was slated for May 19, 21 and 23. At these tournaments the Varsity lost, while the Jay-Vees won. TENNIS With the return of many veterans, including four seniors, to swell the ranks of the tennis team, the return of a lost championship was hoped for. Overpowering Seton in its first practice tilt to the tune of 6-1, the team showed great promise of fulfilling all hopes. Ably coached by Miss Lucy Journeay, the team displayed fine teamwork and spirit. The seniors included HPepper" Greenfield, Jo Ridgeway, Janet Keller, and Rosalie Lipsitz. All of these played last year on the team that lost its championship hopes to Eastern. Scheduled for the Foresters were two tilts each with Eastern, Wlestern, and Patterson Park. The Foresters were gunning particularly for Eastern in order to avenge the defeat of last season. First Row-Dann, F. Bartlett, Massamini, N. Bart- lett, A. Kratz. Second RowAGollin, Peregoy, Adams, D. Kratz, Berkom, PfaH, Yerkerwitz. Third Row- Cherry, Arnoff, Urey, Ulrich, Jenkins, Ebert, Wilson. First Row-Burdick, Lipsitz, Ridgeway, Greenfield Fourth Row-Fallin, Flickenger, Levensohn, Lowe, Keller, Wainer, Powell. Second Row-Kauffman Griffen, Higger, Rosen. ' Jones, Demarest, Sphritz, Moses. Q 98 F Lrst RowfMalcolm, Hamlin, Miss Journey, F irst Rows-Biscoe, Co-captain, Shawe, Martin, Con- Coach Hubin. Second Row-Powell, Stahl, Dobbs, nelly, Hausmann, Co-captain. Second Row-Pecora, Barnett Porter. Third Row-vMorris, Boyarsky, Kemp, Heil, Groff, Richmond, Lekson, Porter, Van Lipsitr Maynard, Keller, Johnson. Winkle. ICE SKATING Although a comparatively new sport, ice skating if it may be judged from this year's success, is in for a thriving existence. In the Second Annual Girls' Senior High School Ice Skating Tournament the Forest Park speedsters won five out of six events, amassing a total of 41 points as compared to Eastern,s 12, Westernls 10 and Southern's 0. Jane Hubin registered an individual triumph by leading the field in the 600 yard dash, while the victorious Hag and hockey relay team clinched that event for the Foresters. Elva Barnette, a senior, displayed speed and prowess by capturing second place in the 600 yard dash and third place in the 300 yard dash. As most members of the team are undergraduates, prospects for next season look good, the girls having this year7s practice to bank on. SOFTBALL A two-year addition to the girls' sports calendar, the girls' softball team is rapidly coming into prominence and attracting a large following. Starting the '4-1 season, the team handed Notre Dame visitors a 25-8 defeat, but dropped its first conference game with Vocational 20-17. Other games listed were with Southern, Patterson Park, Eastern, and Western. Composed mostly of veterans, the team was co-captained by Ruth Hausrnann and Claire Biscoe. Other veterans who returned were Jean Connelly, Frances Heil, Doris Kemp, Margaret Martin, Katherine Pecora and Lita Shaweg Elsie Groff, Miriam Lekson and Lina Porter were new-comers. 99 5 1 i A 41 CHEERLEADERS: First Row -A Lutz, Coplan, SWIMMING: Jenkins, Tontz, Hecht, Kelly. Seward, Schunick, Wilcox, Barrison, Fleisliman, Woosters, Leibewitz, Kemp, Wahman. Yeakle. Second Row-Simpson, Mallonee, Cherry, Moore, Pecora. COACHES First Hou'-Mr. Anderson, Miss Journeay, Miss Hyde, Mrs. Greenwald, Mrs. Brooks, Mr. Sims. Second Row-Mr. McClean, Mr. Hirsch, Mr. Kurland, Mr. Scllerr, Mr. Sclxeid, Mr. Wfaskow, Mr. Marston. Absent---Mr. Leo Powers. 100 M, ARCHERY Archery, the sport of soldiers and kings, is once more taking a lead in the field of athletics, and. because of this, the Archery Club was organized in 1935. It is now gaining prominence under the able supervision of Miss Doris Everett. The membership of this Club consists of those girls who desire a knowledge of the ancient sport of archery and who also wish to acquire poise and ability by constant practice of this graceful sport. The Clubis team, composed of many experienced and capable girls, meets other schools in practice matches and has also entered into varsity competition. Marjorie Werther, president, Betty Bowman, vice-presidentg Marjorie Beck, secretary, Marcia Rosen, treasurer. BADMINTCN The Badminton Club was organized to develop better skill among badminton enthusiasts. The main activity of the members of the club is to play among themselves in 'Around robin" and uelimina- tionv tournaments. Although Miss Ruth Corbett was the former adviser, Mrs. Lillian Greenwald has instructed the club for the past three years. Jean Sutton, presidentg Alice Aronson, vice-presi- dent, Ann Weinberg, secretary. FENCING Last year, after sporadic activity, the fencers finally lunged into action in their iirst competitive year. The girls are instructed by an expert fencer, Mr. J. Kurland, an athletic instructor at the Garri- son Junior High School. Although the troopers had a fairly successful year, their hopes for next yearis team are soaring higher. Doris Kemp, Captain. READING FROM PAGE 84 September 7, .7940 . . . and four hundred seventy-three hope- ful Sub-seniors returned to school and immediately sallied into their tasks. Class elections claimed first attention. Bob Steele defeated Marks in a close race for the presidency and Bradford Urey became vice-president. Utlzer officers were reelected, and Charlie Godwin got his "third termf, Again we danced at the Maryland Casualty. This time, on Uctober 4, to the rhythm of Bob Craig and his orchestra, the Seniors and Sub-seniors staged the first Senior-Sub-senior Inaugu- ral Ball. 6'Guilty or Not Guilty?H was the great question of the Senior- Sub-senior presentation of HLadies of the fury,', successful courtroom comedy penned by Fred Ballard, coached by Miss Etta W. Smith. February 28, 1941 was an important day for the class, for on that day its members became full-fledged, 'gsophisticatedu Seniors. Dr. H. W. A. Hanson, President of Gettysburg College, delivered the principal address. With mingled feelings of anxiety and the sweet sorrow of parting, we look forward to our Commencement Exercises, and the Alumni Dance, June 18, and the Prom and Banquet, fune 79. Now that our high school days have passed, we have a moment to pause and reflect over the troubles, the good times, and the dear memories that will never fade. We will never forget one glowing motto-"ENTER TO LEARN, CO FORTH T0 SERVE? . . . and we found aww interest in rganizations Non-Athletic Activities . . . . . . at Forest Park this year, active on many fronts, demonstrated why the school is known to have one of the largest extra-curricular programs in the state, a program which is guided by . . . The Board of Student Activities Athletic Director Rex Sims, Mr. Henry G. Hirsch, Miss Margaret Chase, Principal Wendell E. Dunn, Vice-principal Alfred P. Scott, Mr. Otto K. Schmied, Student President Leland Miles, Special Assistant Sophie M. Becker. Freely donating time and energy to the development and advancement of the school policies in extra-curricular activities, the Board of Student Activities has been for over seventeen years, perhaps the most vital organization at Forest Park. This advisory board, which is appointed by the Principal, assists him in decisions concerning designated phases of student activities. The board charters all groups, budgets all funds, supervises all student activities and in general so articulates the activities that there is no overlapping of aims or confiicts in performance. Headed by Principal Yvendell E. Dunn, this organization consists of a faculty member of the athletic department, three faculty members representing the non- athletic interests of the students, the Vice-Principal, Special Assistant, and the Student President. 104 M STUDENT GOVERNMENT "I hereby !'UllfAl'l' . Student participation in government, this year, got off to a quick start after Leland Miles defeated Melvin Udelewitz, who later became student Vice-President. After attending to the various other govern- mental branches, student court, representative, cabinet, and senate, the executives set about fulfilling campaign promises. Afternoon dances were continued, a Frosh-Soph Dance was held April 41, and a Junior-Senior Dance was sponsored on May 2. Meredith Vlfright and his orchestra, a student combine, furnished music for the dances, which were held in the girls? gym from 3 to 5 P. M. Student government influence helped restore the Press, a sim- ultaneous election bill for the President and Vice-Prsident was passed, and other new legislation was brought about. Advising the student participation in government is Vice-Principal Alfred P. Scott. Miles Mr. Scott, adviser llclelvwilz 105 STUDENT COURT The Student Court is composed of a Chief Justice and six associate judges, two Seniors, two Sub-seniors, one Junior, one Sub-junior, a court clerk and a baililf, all of whom the Student President appoints. The Court endeavors to prevent misdemeanors rather than to mete out punishment. Any verdict rendered by the Court is subject to the Principal's veto and the person punished is permitted to appeal any decision which he feels is unjust. Among the changes instituted by the Court this year was the drafting of a new student court summons which eliminated much red tape. Clayton Coursey, Chief Justice, Margaret Morrison, lra Marks, Doris Nichols, Rennert Smelser, Jim Coursey, Milton Volk, associate justices. SENATE Being the senior legislative branch, the Senate this year kept in step with the fast pace established by the executive branch. Students from each year went to the polls and elected a Senator for that year. Charles Godwin, Spencer Sullivan, Michael Schuchat, Clifton Yearley, Stanley Dawson, Amelia Conow, Betty Malcole. and Marie Jackson, took the oath of office under Vice-President Udelewitz. A bill was passed increasing cafe recreation time. A survey among the faculty was insti- tuted to obtain a mature evaluation of the student body and student government. 106 REPRESENTATIVES The Board of Student Representatives is that group which 'tbridges the gapj' between the faculty and the student. By means of this Board, the administration can 'ctalkw to the student and, reciprocally, the student can transmit his complaints to the faculty. At the beginning of every semester, a representative of high caliber is chosen from each homeroom class for this duty. He must be a very reliable person, for his duties, while not hard, are very exacting. The representative is called to attend meetings every Week and sometimes emergency meetings during the day. From these meetings the representative must be able to report to his class all the business transacted. This group is presided over by the Student President. CABINET Acting as an advisory board to the Student President, the Cabinet consists of the presi- dents of the schoolis five honor clubs, the chief executive from each year division of the school, the Chief Justice of the Student Court, and the Student Vice-President. The Student President is the permanent chairman of the cabinet although a rotating chairmanship among the members was started this year. The cabinet offers to the higher oflicials of the school the opportunity to meet, to discuss, and to settle Widespread school problems. 107 Service GIRLS' LEADERS' CLUB Wllo foster assuming responsibilityg higher idealsg leadershipg loyalty to school and school activitiesg obedience lo school rules and to do at all times everything that is Within its power to benefit the Welfare of the schoolgw are the aims of the second honor-service society in the school, the Girls, Leaders' Club. This Club is composed of those girls who have proved themselves outstanding individuals in all phases of school life. Despite its many duties, such as locker and hall duties, the Girls, Leaders' Club also is in charge of the Girls' Coaching Department. The club assisted the Boys' Leaders, Club and Student Government in staging the several after- school dances which marked the past season. With the able supervision of Miss Sophie Becker and Miss Ruth Kramer, these future leaders, like members of the Boys, Leaders, Club, exert a great influence for good among students. Natalie Bartlett, presidentgeAnna Adams and Frances Bartlett, vice-presidentsg Mary Cotschall, secretaryg Anna Mae Carter, treasurer. 108 BUYS' LEADERS' CLUB Under the presidency of Leland Miles from September to February, and of Bradford Urey this last semester, the Boys' Leaders' Club set about establishing closer feeling among the students, as well as continuing its policy of service in all branches of school life. Combining with Student President Neil Albright and the Press, the club lent its influence in staging a Frosh-Soph Dance early in November. Fall and winter activities included the registration of freshmen, the annual Weenie-roast and a pep assembly for the City football game. Miles going on to the student-presidency, his successor, Urey, combined with him in presenting another Frosh-Soph hop April 4, and a Junior-Senior session on May 2. These activities, however, were incidental to the accomplishments chalked up by inliuencing right conduct among the students on and off the campus, assisting in all emergencies involving the best interests of the school and extra-curricular activities. Bradford Urey, president, Bob Tate, vice-president, Irvin Samuels, secretary, Clayton Coursey, treasurer. 109 BOYS' OPPORTUNITY CLUB Organized five years ago as a subordinate group to the Boys' Leadersl Club, the Boys' Opportunity Club provides, as its name implies, an opportunity for the younger potential leaders of the school to render their services to the school. The Clubls adviserls are Mr. Alfred P. Scott, and Dr. Edwin L. Frederick. Stanley Dawson, president, James Coursey, vice-president, Bruce Hicks, secretary, Wilmer Webster, treasurer. ETHICAL CLUB Recognized as an honor society for athletes, the Ethical Club today is one of the out- standing clubs in our school. Organized in 1931 by Mr. Thomas Van Sant, the Club is now being advised by Mr. Williaiii McClean. Under member supervision, the Club established cafeteria recreation facilities for the students which includes deck tennis, quoits and other sports. Members yawn their way to Friday morning meetings at 3:15 A. M. I Charles Godwin, president, Robert Smith, vice-president, Joseph Carruthers, secretary, Charles Fitzpatrick, treasurer, Williaiii Crim, colonel. J 1-"' 110 FOUR SQUARE CLUB The development of sterling qualities was the foundation of the Four Square Club when it was organized for girls eleven years ago. The Club's chief aim then, as well as now, was to develop the character of the modern girl and to create and demonstrate good citizenship for Forest Park. For the past eight years, Miss Nora A. Stoll has supervised the Club. In addition to the regular meetings, the Club sponsors social gatherings to acquaint the girls with outstanding local personalities. Constance Schneider, president, Johanna Schkloven, vice-president, Dorothy Reindollar, secretaryg Ann Pamfilis, treasurer. COACHING DIVISIONS Organized in 1933 under the auspices of the Boys' and Girls' Leaders' Clubs, the coaching departments today are of a great service to the school and are the most important projects of the Leaders' Clubs. ln key positions this year are Walter Taylor and Clayton Coursey, Janet Keller, and Mary Gene Torsch. The Boys' Leaders, Club organized its department because they saw the need for aiding the poor student in his studies and giving the able student a chance to perform a worthwhile service to the school in coaching the needy student. The Girls' Leaders? Club, seeing how successful the boys' department was functioning, immediately followed suit. A point is given to the student each time he coaches and after a total of fifty points has been reached, the coach is awarded a certificate for his work. The two departments are supervised by Miss Sophie Becker and Mr. Alfred P. Scott. 111 D. S. P. The Department of Sales and Publicity is a service club of the school which handles the promotion of all school-wide money making activities. Members, selected for honesty and reliability, are advised by Mr. William H. Jolly. With the advent of the football season. the Department of Sales and Publicity faces a two month period wherein tickets are distributed and sold weekly to the school. This entails an exact accounting for anywhere from 1,200 to 2,500 tickets per week and the handling of 3300.00 to 33600.00 without any allowable error. At the same time, collections and subscription to the Press are taken care of. Later enterprises of this department are, in turn. the sale of tickets for the Senior Play, and the handling of finances and tickets for the Jolly Junior Jubilee. STUDENT ACTIVITY BANK The Student Activities Bank has been an organization rendering great services to the school, since its chief aim is to accommodate classes, clubs, and other numerous school activities in their financial affairs. It operates like any other commercial bank where cash is received, payments are made by checks and bank statements are issued. Mr. Michael C. Leipholz, receiving teller of this group, is also the adviser. The student staff values its work because of the commercial experience furnished them. Catherine Mullen, paying teller, Shirley Dobbs, bookkeeperg Cornelia Tonkin, auditor. 112 FRENCH CLUB Supported by the students who are interested in becoming acquainted With numerous French customs and in learning to speak the French language more fluently, the French Club is one of the outstanding language organizations of the school. Under the guidance of Mr. J. Fred Moore, the present adviser, the club was reorganized in 1927 and has grown to a large, enthusiastic membership today. Peggy Carter, president, Eva Kramer and Betty Shulman, vice-presidents, ,lean Kahn- trotf, secretary, Rosalynde Kolodner, treasurer. LATIN CLUB Founded in 1925 by Mr. James P. Templeman and Miss lrene Roe, the Club has since progressed rapidly under the advisership of Miss lrene Roe and Miss Jessie M. Ebaugh. To promote a deeper appreciation of the life, customs, and the literature of Ancient Rome, to bring about a fraternal feeling among the members of the Club, and to present a phase of Latin not found in the textbooks, constitute the Clubls goals. Programs usually consist of dramatizations, stories, games, lectures, moving pictures. Its brilliant social high- light is the closing banquet, copied after the style of the Ancient Romans. Nancy Winslow, first consul, Barbara Turkow, second consul, Winifred Fox, princeps quaestorumg ,lane Ayares, aedeleg Phyllis Mann, praetor. 113 DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN The purpose of this Club is to acquaint its members with the historical and cultural background of German life. This object is fulfilled through the medium of songs, games, plays, and cultured musicals carried on in informal, interesting, and more enjoyable ways than are possible in the classroom. Organized approximately seven years ago by Mr. Otto K. Schmeid, the Club is now advised by Mrs. Mary E. Sabine. Jeannette Sachs, president, Frances Friedman, vice-president, Florine Schwartzman, secretary, Roy Matthews, treasurer. CHEMISTRY CLUB The Chemistry Club was granted its charter during Forest Park's Hrst year of existence, and has functioned constantly throughout the years with its first adviser, Dr. Edwin L. Frederick. During the meetings, informal discussions are given, reports are read, or experiments are performed. This year, Dr. Edward Reed, chief consultant of the duPont laboratory, and a representative from the chemical laboratory of the Glenn L. Martin plant, lectured the Club. An assembly on the preparation of liquid air, directed by Dr. Camp of the Maryland Academy of Sciences, was sponsored by the Club. Millard Buxbaum, president, Edwin Springer, vice-president, Marjorie Werther, secretary. ,ld i"""""""' 114 ,-..Ud r 1'1" NATURALIHSTORYC1UB Furthering interest of students in all phases of science is the aim of the Natural History Club, organized this year by Mr. Fred H. Kolb. Up until now, the members have spent all of their time in organizing the club but intend in the near future to participate in discussions, Held trips, and to be present at lectures presented by prominent scientists. Harold Lury, presidentg Rona Waxman, vice-presidentg Berda Cooper, secretaryg John Norman, treasurer. SCRIBBLERS Organized in 1939 and limited to a membership of twenty-five, the Scribblers Club has, despite its comparative youth, been recognized as a thriving addition to the school's extra-curricular program. Founded and advised by Mr. Luther B. Cooper, the Clubis chief aim is to promote and stimulate the interest of those students who are talented in Writing either prose or poetry. Naomi Beser, presidentg Sonia Beser, vice-presidentg Carolyn Prickett, corresponding secretaryg Jean Shirley, recording secretary. 115 t SHORTHAND CLUB Another organization with the purpose of increasing proficiency in the course of study, the Shorthand Club particularly concerns itself with giving speed and accuracy tests in the Gregg method. Meeting in separate groups, the members take tests in competition for Gregg awards, and listen to dictation records or dictation from Mrs. Helen Brooks, who organized the Club about four years ago. On occasion, however, practice is suspended and a party is held. OFFICE PRACTICE CLUB Since this Club enables its members to become acquainted with the more modern busi- ness machines, and come in contact with people who are prominent in the business world, it proves to be quite popular among the students of the commercial curricula. In March the Club visited the Social Security building to study its filing system. Under the leadership of Mr. Samuel Goldsmith and Mr. Edward Goldstein, new members of this group acquire a combination of accuracy and speed which aids them in securing a position upon leaving school. Bernice Rains, president, Muriel Lipson, vice-president, Pauline Sacks, recording secre- tary, Katherine Hockstra, corresponding secretary. 116 CRAFTSMEN Originally organized and advised by Mr. Allen Quinan, but now advised by Mr. Yocum, the Craftsmeifs Club was founded in the early days of the school. Constructing, classifying, and storing all scenery used for plays, J. .l. .l-, HSSCH1lU1iCS, and other events which occur on our stage, constitute the Clubis main activities. To the tune of banging hammers and rasping saws, meetings of this group are held every other Wednesday morning in the shop building. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB In Forest Park,s first year, a group of girls majoring in Home Economics organized a club for girls, with three main objectives in mind: first, to create appreciation of home economics in both the school and outside, second, to form a connecting link between the home and school activities, third, to connect the Club With outside commercial industries through lield trips and lectures. Thus the Home Economics Club was formed, and its members through the years have held their three objectives constantly before them. Miss Doris V. Church, first adviser, was joined by Miss Ida Wlhooley as co-adviser. Frances Corner, president, Betty Hoopes, secretary, Hannah Needle, treasurer. 117 GIRLS' TABLE TENNIS Organized by Mrs. Mary E. Sabine, the Club passed into many hands until finall M Esther Darroch b ' ' y, rs. ecame its present adviser With these thoughts in mind: to promote good sportsmanship and use of leisure time, and to acquaint the members of the Cl b ' h u wit other table tennis enthusiasts, this group has proved itself beneficial to its members. As a highlight activity of the year, girls hold a tournament with the boys. The Clubas social program consists of two parties-one at Christmas, and the other at the end of the year. Ruth Paul, president, Isabel Schiaflino, vice-president, Carlyn Pritchett, secretary, Lenora Sussman, treasurer. BOYS' TABLE TENNIS The Club has already reached the pinnacle of success as h b , - s own y its membership. Advised by Mr. Luther Cooper, the Club also tries to promote friendliness, good sportsman- ship, and exciting competition among its members. Becoming more popular each year are the tournaments between the Girls, and Boys' Table Tennis Clubs and with table tennis organizations of other schools. The Club brings each year to a close by holding a party for its members. Alfred Coplan, president, Stuart Wilcox, Vice-president, Millard Buxbaum, secretary, Lee Kaufman, treasurer, Donald Penn, sergeant-at-arms. 118 ART CLUB Wh en first organized, the Club sponsored two night shows, the Revue Artistique, and later, several teas at which leading Baltimore artists exhibited their Work. But now, with many other organizations of the school giving entertainment, the Art Club prefers to decorate the sets and scenery for school events. Under their advisers, Miss Nellie Norris, Miss Nora V. Brainard, and Mr. Ramont W. Hamel, members are gaining practical art experience. David Byers, president, Kitty Reinhalter, vice-president, Beatrice Irvine, recording secretary, Rosemary Houck, corresponding secretary. M A S Q U E R S The Masquers attempt to create a love of good drama by presenting plays for the student body. Miss Alta Thompson, organizer of the Club, is also the adviser. Hilary Zieve, president, Roberta Cooper, vice-president, Robert Guggen ,lean Abercrombie, secretary. heimer tr , easurerg 119 BOY SCOUTS Advised by Mr. Vernon S. Vavrina, this group is open to all Boy Scouts of the school who are desirous of developing their personalities, namely, character building, citizenship training, service and leadership. To the school, the Club renders its services by acting as custodians of the school flags, providing color guards at football games and cooperating with the Opportunity Club on morning patrol. Meetings are enlightened by talks from faculty members and by the showing of moving pictures. Walter Taylor, president, Stuart Wilcox, vice-president, John Somers, secretary. CULTURE TRAVEL CLUB With the thought in mind that it would be both educational and interesting to form a club which would visit various institutions throughout the city, and to learn something about them and their Work, the Culture Travel Club was organized in 1938 with lVlr. Harry Bard as adviser. The chief aim of the Club is to familiarize the members with many interesting historical and cultural activities of Baltimore. At the end of the year, the Club concludes its program with a party. Doris Nichols, president, Claire Miller, vice-president, Marie Sattlcr, secretary. V 120 LIBRARY CLUB Acting as assistant librarians three periods a week is only one of the many duties of a Library Club member. Mrs. Krause, a former librarian, in 1932 organized the Library Club to promote the reading of worthwhile books and to teach interested students the func- tions of the library by using them as assistant librarians. Committees are appointed and all other business is transacted in one meeting which is held i11 the Hrst quarter of the year. After this, no meetings are held until the second quarter, at which time the Club holds a social meeting. Miss Bernice Wiese, present librarian, is adviser of the Club. Audrey Bishop, presidentg Marie Hoot, vice-presidentg Aileen Menchee, treasurer. OPEN FORUM This Club was organized by a few students who realized the necessity for a better knowledge of world affairs and the need to analyze and interpret propaganda and facts. Students are given a chance to develop poise by participating in debates and extemporaneous interviews. The purpose of this group is shown in their motto ulustitia per Scientiamf' meaning, Mlustice through Knowledge." Lenore Goodwin, presidentg Natalie Strauss, vice-presidentg Lenore Sussman, secretaryg Betty Isaacs, chairman of the program committee. 121 S T A Nl P C L U B Boasting an origin which dates back to the opening of the Forest Park Junior-Senior High School, the Stamp Club exists today under the guidance of Miss Florence Levinson. At the meetings, which are held the lirst and third Wednesdays of each month, the Clubls program features lectures given on the origin of unusual stamps, the trading of stamps, and contests held among the members of the Club. The highlight of the Club is participation, by invitation, in the annual contest of the Baltimore Philatelic Society. WaT1'CIl Discher, president, Norbert Katz, vice-president, Marjorie Mann, secretary- treasurer. C H E S S C I. U B Organzied to stimulate an interest in chess, this Club for many years has been one of our prominent extra-curricular activities. Wlith Mr. Henry Waskow advising, the Club strives to create skill in the game and to improve the ability of beginners. The Clubls chief interest, to compete with other chess organizations, not only olfers valuable experience to its members, but also gives Forest Park another opportunity to be represented in another inter-scholastic activity. Myron Wolbarsht, president, Charles Miller, vice-president, Dav lrvin Cohen, treasurer. id Rosenblatt, secretary, 122 l Q RAD B The Radio Club is one of Forest Park's oldest clubs, chartered in 1925. Its original purpose was the building of amateur receiving sets, and since 1939 the club has concentrated on amateur radio communication. Through several grants from the Board of Student Activi- ties, the Radio Club was enabled to purchase the equipment necessary for its own station, which went on the air in 1932. This year the Club installed a permanent amplification system in the auditorium, and rebuilt the schoolas transmitter, WISMX to a power of 1,000 watts. The adviser of the Club is Mr. Thomas L. Young. Otto Claus, president, Edwin Springer, vice-president, Richard Hann, secretary. C A M E R A C l. U B Organized because of the keen interest in photography displayed by the students, the Camera Club, supervised by Mr. John F. Burger, Jr., has proved itself one of the school's most active organizations. Endeavoring to stimulate enthusiasm and further the interests in the taking and develop- ing of pictures, the Club provides instruction in the use of the camera for portraiture, landscape photography, and special effects in toning and retouching. The Club annually sponsors a school-wide camera contest which is usually very successful. Bertram Bader, president, Edward Crawford, vice-president, Johanna Schklov Doris Hament, treasurer. en, secretary g 123 IO CLU RED CROSS This newest addition to the extra-curricular activities was organized in March, giving Forest Park the distinct privilege of being the only high school in Maryland to have such a corps. Ofhcials set us a policy of rendering first aid at all public events. Members must there- fore pass the Red Cross Standard First Aid Course. Mrs. R. E. Feldstein, School Nurse, advises the Corps and supervises in the First Aid Course. Esther Queensbury, president, Randolph Walker, vice-president. STUDENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE Newly chartered in our school is the Student Advisory Committee, made up of students interested in and capable of planning programs for the school's advisory periods. These programs are carefully planned to suit the various age limits of the students. After sug- gestions for programs have been discussed by the committee, they are then turned over to be approved by the Faculty Advisory Committee. After the programs are approved, they are given to the classes to be used for their advisory periods. Shirley Potash, chairmang Virginia Weitzel, secretary. 124' Musical Grgcmizations . . . inspiration behind Forest Park's musical organization . . . always busy . . . makes Forest Park known for the school that sings and likes to sing . . . to whom is clue credit for fine graduation music . . . MISS BUTLER ORCHESTRA Considered one of the foremost and oldest organizations of our school, the orchestra has won great fame since its organization in 1924 by the late Mr. John ltzel. Since then Miss Genevieve P. Butler has been its adviser. For those who play musical instruments, the orchestra offers many possibilities. During this year, as usual, the orchestra provided music at assemblies, J. J. J., Senior Play, P. T. A. meetings, and other occasions where good musical entertain- ment was required. Aaron Lessans, president. 125 I BAND Providing martial music for football games, pep assemblies and various other school activities, the Band has proved that it is essentially important for the support and enthusiasm which it musters from the students. This group meets every week in order to acquire proficiency in band repertory under Miss Genevieve P. Butler's conducting. The Band is a most enthusiastic musical unit by color in its appearance and dynamic in its style of playing. SPECIAL CHORAL GROUP This group is composed of those girls who take vocal lessons at the present time or at some time have studied voice. Rehearsals are held every Tuesday morning under the supervision of Miss Genevieve P. Butler. This group also Works in conjunction with the Glee Club and Boys' Special Chorus at all musical functions of the school. STRING ENSEMBLE Newly organized this year is the String Ensemble, consisting of the violins, cellos, and the bass violins of the orchestra. This group meets Weekly, under the supervision of Miss Genevieve P. Butler, and forms a valuable addition to the musical organizations of our school. DRUM AND BUGLE CCRPS The Drum and Bugle Corps, a popular group in the school, is an organization which has acquired great musical finesse. Organized in 1939, the corps, under the leadership of Miss Genevieve P. Butler, has progressed into a smartly uniformed, well- drilled body, which has found a ready and deserv- ing place in our school. Lined up and marching on the gridiron, the Corps has, during past football seasons, been a thrilling sight to both the student body and the many other spectators. GLEE CLUB One of the many musical organizations under the capable and inspiring leadership of Miss Genevieve P. Butler, the Glee Club has been a prominent factor in school life since the beginning of Forest Park, and is representative of those Foresters who hold a deep interest in voice culture. Endeavoring to attain excellence in four part harmony repertory, this vocal ensemble has well demonstrated its ability by superb performances in broadcasting, musical shows, and numerous school activities. Jean Smyrk, president, Shirley Landsman, vice- president, Gloria Cunningham, treasurer, Olga Agnew, secretary. DOUBLE SEPTET The main objective of the Double Septet is to be a singing group of outstanding musical quality. Organized in 1938 under the leadership of Miss Genevieve P. Butler, the Double Septet meets every Tuesday morning, practices with the Girls' Glee Club, and assists at all musical functions, curricular and extra-curricular. 127 THE FoREsTER STAFF GERALD COHEN Business Manager lim N SA MVELS Ezlifor-in-Chief STI-:PHI-ix SEYNING Azliiwlisifzg Manager It is with both humility and pride that the yearbook stail presents the June l94l FORESTER. Humility because it is, indeed, a task to surpass the works of preceding years, pride because we have accomplished much work and have seen the book progress from mere plans and ideas to what we think is a well-balanced annual. ln planning our book, we felt, of course, the urge to make it udiiierentii-hut not different to the extent of sacrificing content matter that all Foresters and Seniors expect in a yearbook. Rather, we have somewhat altered the format of presentation. ive have also endeavored to include much more material, write-ups, and pictures than have been presented in past books. Looking on the annual as a permanent record, we have included such items that will always keep the memory of the school fresh in the minds of the graduates, and such items that will serve to keep the June Class of l941 always near to Forest Park. Actual work began in September with the selection of a stail, although preliminary research and planning had been carried on during the summer by the class adviser and the editor. Gerald Cohen, former DSP prexy, handled financial problems, Stephen Senning was in charge of advertising, Morton Schwartz was subscription manager, assisted by Gabriel Rosenbushg and Walter Taylor was circulation manager. The Wlrite-up Staff was headed by Miriam Kuntz, and consisted of Ruth Wfolfson, Harry Schwartz, Virginia Lee Moore, Wlini Fox, Irving Reamer, Sonia Beser, Mildred Resnick, Charlotte Zentz, Howard Buckman, ,lack Schenker, Shirley Landsman, and Francess Cohen. Organizations editor was Katherine Millman, with a staff composed of Ruth Paul, Ruth Aldridge, Bradford Urey, Marjorie Mann, Ellen Newcomb, Dorothy Reindollar, .Audrey Bishop, Lillian Lehman, Shirley Potash, Leonard Golombeck, and lra Altfeder. Levin Bartletts Millman Hausmann Del3ois as: rl ,..e:,z,s mlm ,....M,4......g..a-tin, .L Ju! Sports editors were Teddy DeBois and Ruth Hausmann. Reporters were Charles McGehee, Sam Stansbury, Chester Gardner, Melvin Udelewitz, JayeColdberg, Robert Siegrist, Marjorie Werther, Elaine Gottesman, Alice Aronson, Naomi Beser, Mary Greenfield and Janet Keller. Mllummy workf' posters, and cover designs were submitted by the art staff, which listed co-editors Natalie and Frances Bartlett, ,lean Kauffman, David Beyers, and Betty Sandler. The feature staff, led by Henry Silberman, included Evelyn Lessans, Jane Bernstein, Lora Bocchi, Ruth Putzel, Shirley Potash, Peggy Carter, Gloria Young, and Seymour Baron. Many of the pictures in the book were taken by the photography editors Gilbert Levin and Bertram Bader, assisted by Dick Lillien, Johanna Schkloven, Stanley Felser, Milton Jones, Doris Hament, Louis Scheuer, Connie Schneider, and Bill Jolly. Transcription editors were Phyllis Snyder and Doris Reid, helped by Beatrice Gold, ,leanne Kahn, Pauline Sacks, Margaret Martin, and Betty Chasin. The staff expresses special thanks to Mr. Siegle and Mr. Goldberg, of the Majestic Studios, for their fine cooperation in securing photographs, credit is due in a large measure to Mr. Harry Silvers of the Garamond Press for his inspiration, skill, and expert advice in formulating the FORESTER as it is today. If the ,lune 1941 FORESTER catches the spirit, the enthusiasm, the breath of vibrant, pulsating young life that has marked Forest Park during the years the ,lune Class was associated with the school, then the aims of the editors are fulfilled. Bader Kuntz Silberman lleiml, Snyder Taylor, Schwartz THE PRESS MDrastic" and Hexceptionaln describe the activity of the Press during the 194-0- 1941 season. At the beginning of the year, Theodore L. Schuchat took over the editorial reins from resigning editor Irv Samuels, who had been appointed FORESTER chief. The first edition, issued on September 19, carried type featuring the Memphis and Bodoni faces. Drastic action on the long-continued difficulties about subscriptions was finally taken on December 13, when the Press was discontinued. However, students realizing the need for the Press, demanded its return and on March 13 issues were begun again. This issue did not include column rules, leading to a much cleaner looking page, on March 21 a new name plate for the front page was adopted. Some notable editions during the year were the six-page paper issued for the Forest Park - City College football game, and a special patriotic issue in May. During the course of the year, there were many changes in the staff, but the final editorial board consists of Schuchat, Editor, Don Kartrnan. Associate Editor, Marian Fore- man, News Editor, Mervin Reisig, Sports Editor, Toby Goldman and Gilbert Levin, Feature Editors, and Cordon Cader, Copy Editor. The Press continued to exert inHuence in many phases of school life. It backed the numerous after-school dances sponsored by the Student Participation in Govern- ment. For a long time the Press had been suggesting a school sign and this was finally taken up by the executive branch of the school. 130 See Our Features Patronize Our Advertisers CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF JUNE, 1941 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Senning University of Baltimore COEDUCATIONAL SCHOOL OF LAW lQualifies for State Bar Examinationsl LL.B. Degree awarded to those with a High School Education and TWO Years of Day or Evening Pre-Legal Training, Or the Equivalent, upon Completion of the Three Year Evening Law Course. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Day and Evening Divisions Programs and Courses for Degree: ACCOUNTING ffor C.P.A. Qualificationsj ADVERTISING AND SALESIVIANSHIP BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SECRETARIAL SCIENCE .IOURNALISM PRE-LAW AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING Training for Aircraft Drafting, Designing and Engineering JUNIOR COLLEGE Evening Sessions Academic and Vocational Courses Student Activities - Athletics - Employment Service REGISTRATIONS ACCEPTED IN ADVANCE FOR SEPTEMBER TERM 847 NORTH HOWARD STREET Vernon 6095 The Arundel Corporation BALTIMORE, MARYLAND DREDGING - CONSTRUCTION - ENGINEERING - and - - DISTRIBUTORS OF -- SAND - GRAVEL - STONE -- and - COMMERCIAL SLAG Mr. Sidney Sapperstein Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wasserman Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cohen Compliments of a friend Mr. and Mrs. Milton Levinson Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Fox Mary and Nellie Gore Ruhin's Delicatessen Louis Klein A friend A friend Robert Moriss Mr. George B. Moore "Speed" Opfer Mr. John B. Barker Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gollin Mr. and Mrs. John C. Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Clear A friend Alvin and Stanley A friend Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mechlinski Mrs. J. E. Shultz Miss Ruth Joyce Bien Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Levinson A friend Mr. Lawrence Edberg, Jr. Brown's Confectionery Store Mr. and Mrs. W. Carroll Piel Mrs. Sidney A. Needle Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Rush Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Owings Miss Michael Angell Amos and Awin Princeton Cycle Co. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beckett Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Isaacs Dave and Bettye Mr. and Mrs. Abe Levinson Mrs. Samuel Strauss Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Kohles Mr. John V. Wheeler Mrs. Ernest N. Jones Princeton Cycle Bike Shop A friend Sibyl Levin Barbara Hyman Forest Park Hardware A friend Mr. and Mrs. A. DeBois Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 'Epstein The Walbrook Tailor Arthur S. Wheeler, D.D.S. Jacob Siskind Mr. H. W. Stigler Shirdan's A friend-eJ. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. John Engel Mr. Irwin Levinson Miss Clara Lipps Mrs. C. B. Springer Ellis Meat Market Mr. and Mrs. Bertram L. Piel Mr. Sidney A. Needle Mr. Howard Jay Needle Mrs. Joseph M. Zamviski Mr. Frank G. Dufheld Elaine Rosenthal Compliments of a friend Earl Helmick Charles Amersback Ted Waranch Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dewees Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Kramer FRIENDLY ADS Mr. Jacob Balk Frances and Adolph Mr. and Mrs. James O'Malley Compliments of a friend Dr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Judefind Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kuntz Wm. A. Dougherty Adeline B. Sandler Mr. Herman Sober A friend Mr. and Mrs. Louis Greenberg The Paul Family Al and Babs Mrs. Thomas E. McConnell Mrs. James H. Fuller Miss Hilda M. Loock Calvin H. Shawker Frances E. Woods Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin C. Margolis Mrs. Lambros Harlan Bankert Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Wilcox Mrs. James E. Kane Penn Bros. Garage A friend The Herndon Famliy Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Minster A friend Compliments of Wetzler's Miss Lily Flickinger Stewart Holmes The Chelsea Market Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Owen Mrs. Herman Feldman Lee Gong Laundry Mr. and Mrs. Harry Millman Compliments of a friend Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bartley A friend Arnold Silverstein George Parlett Edward M. Ayd Mr. Harvey Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. W'olfson Allan Keith Plimack Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Davis Dr. Murray M. Mimeles A friend Miss Frances L. Heaps Charles W. Loock Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Young Morrisonis Value Shop Madeline Dresses Robert Bankert Henry Shapiro Harry Needalman Dr. and Mrs. Brodey Mr. Herbert L. Zorn A friend Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Champion Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Stonesifer Compliments of a friend Compliments of Wetzler's Mr. and Mrs. Mertz A. Griffner A friend H. J. Cohen Mr. and Mrs.'E. M. Leatherbury Efhe A. Kooken Michel's Grocery Store Harry Bolotin A friend Mr. Samuel Lessans Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lessans Princeton Cycle Company Compliments of Mr. Robert Blaustein Mrs. Mary M. Stansbury Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stansbury Miss Evelyn Goldsmith Richard C. 0'Connell Jerome Sloman Miss Katina Agnew Marlene Zentz Leon Webb Sonney Schneider James Wm. Thumser Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Raines Mr. Edgar Young Compliments of Fox's Meat Market A friend Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Keeper Mr. and Mrs. C. Clark Noel Nina Kooken Mr. Morton Charles Kirsh Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gotschell Mr. and Mrs. George E. Reindollar Mr. and Mrs. M. Frankel Peggyis Beauty Salon Mrs. Bessie R. Reid Mrs. Nellie C. Price Mr. and Mrs. Fallon Adele and Helen Friedman Compliments of l. H. A friend Mr. Nick Gounaris Theodore W. Katenkamp Jerry Zentz Candy Ladies Miss Charlotte Amoss Happy Johnny and Funsters Mr. J. H. Weller Mr. Lawrence W. Salfner Mr. Lawrence F. Salfner Mrs. Stanley Biscoe Mrs. H. Donald McNeil Mrs. Howard S. Biscoe Mr. George R. Michael Miss Betty Bercowitz Mrs. Emanuel Hurwitz Mrs. Charles Missler Simone Susan Haggett Frederick P. Chelton A friend J. S. Weiner Brookfield Pharmacy M. L. Coplan Private Judah Schkloven Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Gaa Clarence Brull H. R. Proctor, Jr. Caleb Dorsey Mrs. Richard E. Slater Avalon Pharmacy Judge and Mrs. Meyer Beamer Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Shapiro Mr. Le Roy Levitt Mr. Le Roy Levitt Robert Carter Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Reverdy William Weltner Mr. William Schmidt Mr. Wm. J. Wilkinson Miss Nina Bernheimer Mr. Curtis A. Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Frank Corner Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Buttner A friend Mrs. W. O. Dunn and Mrs. W. D. McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Reibetanz Miss Ruth McCoy Mrs. Robert L. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Stern FRIENDLY ADS Sam and Helen Freedman Mrs. M r. Joseph Kanter and Mrs. Benjamin Kolodner and daughter Mr. and Mrs. M. Zackis Compliments of a friend Mr. and Mrs. .l. A. Schneider Compliments of a friend Mr. Philip Cohen Mr. William Cohen David Harvey Margaret Kirson Harold Fox Bob Herman Scheurichs Food Market Reichmister7s Delicatessen Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hunovice Mr. and Mrs. Clark F. Vohden Miss Margaret A. Bryan Harry R. Zwoyer Mr. Edward L. Bowen Mr. Ralph Epstein M r. Albert M. Greenfield, .lr. Mrs. Wm. J. Christopher Mr. Wm. S. Smyrk Doreey Levy M r. H. R. Dorney Miss Eva Mae Lehman Mrs. Aubrey L. Pond Mrs. Edward L. Vlfinslow, .lr. Mrs. Louise D. Herbert Mr. Milton E. Whelpley Keith Kieffer Herbert Seidenmain, '28 Mrs. Gene Curion Mr. Gabriel Cordish G. Van Ness Bullough Mr. Bernard Lipsitz A friend Bernard Lavin Mrs. J. Harry Grace A. H. Mrs. Caspar S. Wolf Dorothy M. Barley Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Narum 81 Son Stanley Hafner Mr. H. K. Wolpert t around, students may Mr. Mr. Harry Borenstein, Jr. .lulius Ollit Nathan Kauffman, Jr. Mr. George H. Wleitzel A friend Miss Virginia Little Rose Coat 8: Dress Shop Mr. M. N. Matthews Jay Pfeiffer Mrs. .l. C. Gardiner Mrs. Wm. C. Ballard Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borenstein Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Maeks Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silverman Misses Charlotte and Raida Miller Bernard Levy A friend Patsy Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Carl Muhly It-an and Phil Mr. and Mrs. Stewart E. Ileeht Miss Vivienne Slovin "Nomads" Girl Reserve Club Edwin M. Cade Mr. and Mrs. P. Irvin Volk Miss Anne Morrow A friend Phil Cheppe Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Yewell Mr. and Mrs. Samuel DeBois Mr. Samuel W. Howell Miss Ethel K. Brillhart Edgar Smith Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Hamburger Mrs. Frank Kehoe Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Weyfarth Edith and .loseph Mrs. George H. Muhly Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson A friend Mr. L. F. Hachtel Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Matthews, .lr. Mrs. Ruby MacDonnell Two friends A father of seven graduates Miss Harriet Ginsberg A friend Mr. and Mrs. .loe Reamer Miss Harriet Phillyss Jacob Sweasky Dr. and Mrs. Norris "Two Palsy Miss Paula Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hands Dine and Dance WITH DEL CASING Business Classes Open lo M 5 Y. M. C. A. College en. and Women Shorthand, Typewriting, Secretarial, Gen- w ing, Executive Secretar f'THERE'S ROMANCE IN THE AIR" eral Clerical, Bookkeeping and Account- ial, Junior Manage- ment, Secretarial Accounting, College Secretarial, Business Individual instruction E ern equipment, low l service. School in l Machines Courses. and progress, mod- tuition, placement session the year begin a course at cunflillzian any time. Send for new 1941 catalogue. WE HAVE NO SOLICITORS M C A Franklin and Cathedral Sts. y Y .... , CHARLES AND EAGER STREET l Phone vemon 3650 . .. 11:- .1-- An Accredited EATON sf BURNETT M Commercial Year School BUSINESS COLLEGE .... .1.11--1 Specializes In MORRIS BUILDING DAY and NIGHT BUSINESS EDUCATION Charles 81 Saratoga Offering Modern, Thorough Secretarial, SCHOOL Stenographic, Bookkeeping, Accounting Plaza 1453 and Complete Business Courses Compliments of POLOVOY CLEANERS AND DYERS Compliments of C. E. KIMMEL 84 CO., INC. 217 E. MT. ROYAL AVE. WAGNER 81 WAGNER COMPLIMENTARY THOMAS VINCENT CO. Florists LoNcwooD ST. AT NORTH AVE. w FRIENDLY ADS LOYOLA COLLEGE Mr. .l. Lawrence Back ' , Freda Kmft A College of the Liberal Arts and Sciences for Men Billy Jones I I f h Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Brent DISTINCTIVE -Developing True Men o C aracter. A friend CoNsERvATIvE-Imparting the Cultural Heritage of Robert Orman the A395- Mr' and Mrs' Isl'-lore Feldman PROGRESSIVE -Training for Modern Leadership Misses Ruth and Thelma Shultz 1 under Experienced Educators. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Trepolsky Dr. and Mrs. Milton B. Kirsch Mrs. C. W. Saulsbury A friend .loseph Marsiglia Mrs. Milton Zalis Clinton L. Faunce Howard Park Filling Station Charles E. Lawson Y Mrs. Eugene Hoopes n Mrs. George F. Smith, Sr. Mrs. Everett B. Lackie Howard Sattler E. G. Carton Louise Hoover Henry P. Gadera, .lr. Frances and i'Reds,' Accredited by State, Regional, and National Educational Associations Courses leading to the Bachelor's Degree in the Arts, Sciences and Business Administration College training for Medicine, Law, Engineering, Accounting, etc. MODERATE TUITION LIMITED CLASSES Freshman Registration closes September 17, 1941 For information write: , The Registrar, Loyola College 4501 N. CHARLES STREET BALTIMORE, MD. 1 Phone: Chesapeake 1020 iLl r l STRAYER LEADS In Teaching Methods, Equipment, and Placement Service Day and Evening Classes the entire year SECRETARIAL, ACCOUNTING, and BUSINESS MACHINE COURSES Call, Write, or telephone LEXington 5626 for catalog Strayer-Bryant 2 Stratton College CHARLES AND FAYETTE STREETS loin your classmates at STRAYERSI REGAIUHEORIC R E G A L THE SOFT WATER L A u N D R Y REGALQQTTR RUG CLEANERS PHONE MADISON 2752 lllllll l l THERE IS ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW Compliments AT l The Walbrook Theatre North Avenue and Rosedale Street ISC Adults to 6 P. IVI. Everyday 150 The Hilton Theatre 3117-I9 West .North Avenue 201:--Everyday 6 P. M. to close---200 I Calvert Metal and Manufacturing Company Compliments of Forest Park High School Alumni Association OFFICERS Presidents i.i.i, HALL E. TIMANUS Vice-President i,...., .i..ii.i. R ILEY WILLIAMSON Treasure: ',,. ,..,,....,,.... ,.i. , . ROBERT MITCHELL Recording Secretary ..,.,ii ,.,.i. , LALLAYNE LEIGHT Corresponding Secretary ..,.... . .,.,.,.i.,... DOROTHY HALLMAN Adviser. . , i.i. Miss GENEVIEVE P. BUTLER ACTIVITIES Alumni Dances for Graduating Classes Social Meeting Student Aid Fund Board Meetings Organ Fund Athletic Compensation Fund Alumni Chorus Scholarship Fund Alumni vs. Varsity Basketball and Ice Hockey Compliments of CAPTAIN GEORGE C. BLACK ATLANTIC AND GULF STEVEDORES, INC. Compliments of RAMSAY, SCARLETT 81 COMPANY, Steamship Agents and Brokers BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Compliments of JIM FORD Lafayette 0613 FRIEDA S. FIEDLER Florist 3016 W. NORTH AVENUE INC. gfow fo Le a SUCCESSFUL BEAUTICIAN O BEAUTY is big business! WOIIICH spend hundreds of millions yearly to make themselves beautiful! This huge sum spells opportunity for you, for profitable, fascinating careers in the many branches of Beauty Culture are open to trained talented beauticians. You, too, may win success in this field by learning the famous Marinello Sys- tem of Beauty Culture. lVIarinello- trained Women are among the most sue- cessful in the 'tbeauty husinessw . . . why not be one of them? Wlrite today-or come in-for the free official lVIarinello Beautician7s Aptitude Test, which will aid in determining your natural ability to achieve success in Beauty Culture. Dongt delay! MARINELLO SYSTEM OF BEAUTY CULTURE I E. Centre St. Baltimore, Md. Manufacturers FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL RINGS, PINS AND BELT BUCKLES J. Jenkins Sons Jewelers 20 WEST REDwooD STREET A. T. JONES AND SONS 823 N. HOVVARD STREET The Baltimore Costumers Plays - Theatricals - etc. -A Complete Line- Tuxedos - Full Dress - Cutaways - for Hire - PIMLICO GREENHOUSES 5353 PARK HEIGHTS AVENUE BALTIMORE, MARYLAND Compliments of JOHN S. CONNOR Customs Broker Forwarding Agent Founded I782 Washington College CHESTERTOWN, MD. Marylanclls Oldest Chartered College Grade-A Accredited Member Regional and National Associations C oeducational - Historic Modern Curriculum - Excellent Facilities Moderate Expense Write for Information GILBERT W. MEAD, Litt.D., LL.D., President OUR FRIENDS 'THE HAMMOND ELECTRIC ORGAN The choice of the church, the school, the home and the musician CHAS. M. STIEFF, INC. 315 N. HOWARD Sr. Vernon 0116 Maryland Representative Compliments of EUGENE MARTIN ET GREETIN GS AN D CONGRATULATIONS I May your future he bright and rosy. You'lI have no more math problems for a while, but some day soon you may have a MOVING problem THEN CALL MODERN Muts lFi. 28105 Chel Hell and Cold Hay Lanes Compliments of the CASTLE-ON DAIRY WILLIAM .l. TICKNER Funeral Parlor EDGEWOOD SHOE REBUILDERS Fo. 94I74Delivery LITTLE IEFF'S DEPARTMENT STORE Park Heights and Belvedere SEECER AND COMPANY, Hardware Frederick. Mfl. Pa rent-Teachers' Association FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL Urganized in 1924 To the Members of the Graduating Class of .I une, 1941: 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 in the effective Work carried on by this organization for the benefit of the students of our school. Compliments of A. I. HILSCHER Florist 2427 E. NORTH AVENUE Phone, Vernon 7134 FUNK S1 ENNIS, INCORPORATED Distributors CHRYSLER AND PLYMOUTH MOTOR CARS Sales and Service 1309-15 CATHEDRAL STREET Used Cars of Quality Expert Repairin Cars Washed and Polished Compliments of THE WINDSOR THEATRE 3113-15 W. NORTH AVENUE Open about September 1, 1941 Compliments of OLSON MARINE SUPPLIES, 1NC. 406 WATER STREET J. A. WHITELOCK E550 STATION POTOMAC RIVER TRANSPORTATION North Ave. and Poplar Grove sr. LINE, INC- D VNATE5 3fdU20N'5 YORK Sr. AND BATTERY AVE. C lClll'3SS87l an 8StdIl,Tll7ll 'fraud at its best" 850 W. North Ave. South 293637 G' P' Keller' agent ELITE TRANSFER COMPANY York St. and Battery Ave. South 2936-37 George P. Denny Agnes W. Berger TEMPLE GARDEN BEAUTY SHOP Madison 0899 Best Wishes from ROSALYN GROSSFELD I . . Congratulations to BETTY ANNE, ELAYNE, BONNIE from MR. AND MRS. BEN F. JENKINS Bowl at THE LIBERTY HEIGHTS BOWLING ACADEMY 4720 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE ALL SCHOOL CHILDREN 10c per game until 6:00 P. M. EVERY DAY EXCEPT Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays OVERNIGHT TRANSPORTATION COMPANY GILMOR 3667 THE COMMUNITY PRESS Printing - Engraving Official Printer Forest Park High School Compliments 41337 HARFORD ROAD Established 1919 Hamilton 3500 of 'W' or FRIENDS Compliments of A FRIEND J. S. C. CONSUMERS COFFEE COMPANY 2561 EDMONDSON AVENUE Compliments of Cojfees to suit any taste A FRIEND OUR TRUCK PASSES YOUR DOOR F, T- W, Let us serve you QU1NN'S SERVICE STATION 5100 Liberty Heights Avenue Phone: Forest 9740 Run Right to R E A D S Liberty Heights and Garrison Avenues - Forest 8968 Gwynn Oak and Liberty Heights Aves. - Forest 6300 Compliments and Best Wishes FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL . Lamar Creswell, Sr. BELAIR ROAD CHEVROLET COMPANY, INC. 6005 BELAIR ROAD NEW CHEVROLETS GOOD USED CARS Compliments of the LIGHTOLIER CO. Manufacturers of the Finest LIGHTING FIXTURES AND LAIVIPS JACK HUNTER MARYLAND LINOTYPE COMPANY c'Printers of the PRESSU 113 CHEAPSIDE STREET Playtogs WURZBURGEIVS. INC. 5100 Park Heights Ave. Gilmor 3700 - 3701 Laundry CAREFUL Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning and Storing Give a Gift With a School or Lodge Seal The John Trockenbrot Company MANUFACTURERS OF College, School, Club, Lodge jewelry, Buckles, Banquet Favors, Bowling Prizes, Trophies for All Events Attractive Selection of Forest Park Jewelry 310 N. PACA STREET Vernon 1052 Lafayette 0489 - 9590 H. A. WARFIELD Sanitary Plumbing and Heating Bloomingdale Road and Rosedale Street BERLIN BROS.--Cleaners 5456 Park Heights Avenue Forest 8668 Congratulations to ANNA BROCATO from a Friend PENN BROS. for DeSoto and Plymouth New Cars-Service4Used Cars 4101-11 Reisterstown Road Liberty 9373 Telephones: Plaza 2598, Liberty 21412 FRED VV. BROCKIVIAN, .IR. WITH H. U. DOVE Sz CO., Agents Firemen's Insurance Company of Newark, New Jersey 111 CHAMBER or CoMMERcE BLDC.. BALTIMORE MARYLAND DEUTSCH'S HALF SIZE APPAREL SHOP 210 N. Liberty Street Baltimore Maryland FORESTERS Wise . . . Buy their candy from THE YELLOW CANDY WAGON ORYE'S DRIVE-IN I 25th St. and Kirk Ave. WHERE YOU WILL SEE YOUR FRIENDS Frosted Shakes 24--Hour Service PRINCETON SHOE STORES "Hot Collegiate Styles" MARY JOHNSTON, INC. Florists 801 N. HOWARD STREET Compliments of our WATERFRONT COMPANY FRIENDS Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK 8: COMPANY ROSEDALE FOOD MARKET 2118 Rosedale St. Liberty 5456 Compliments of FRED C. .IONES ROBERT E. COURSEY Paperhanging Canvas and Sanitas Work a Specialty 120 Sherwood Avenue Pikesvill Best Wishes to HILDA LEVY from MR. AND MRS. CARLINER AND FAMILY C 4-93 G. WILLSON KELLOUGH WALBROOK PHARMACY North Avenue at Ellamont Street Lafayette 0074 Madison 0973 .IESSEKS FRUIT MARKET 3306 Arydale Avenue Liberty 1163 Compliments Of A FRIEND Compliments of H. E. WEINBERG Hardware Paints Radio Electrical Supplies RICHMOND BROTHERS 4-703 Liberty Heights Avenue Baltimore, Md. Compliments of KEISER AND KEISER-INSURANCE Chamber of Commerce Building Compliments of CENTURY OIL BURNER COMPANY CLASSIC PRINTING COMPANY OSCAR SMULLIAN Optometrist Plaza 3997 Eyes Examined Prescriptions Filled Fraternity and Sorority Printing 222 W. Baltimore Street 812 East Baltimore Street Classes Fitted Calvert 5868 UEMERSON RADIO" HOWARD W. FORD COMPANY Dodge - Plymouth Dealers 41721-31 Liberty Heights Avenue MR. WILLIAM KANDEL 500 S. Fulton Avenue Liberty 8400 H. L. HESSON 4-401 Liberty Heights Avenue Finest Table Supplies and Home Necessities Compliments of HTHE BOYS" Compliments of MR. LEON SAMET Compliments of .I. BARRY WILDER LOUIS KAHN AND SON, INC. Totally Different Food Specialties Liberty 0646 5317 Park Heights Ave. EDMONDSON CONFECTIONERY Charles Hayes, Proprietor 36241 Edmondson Avenue FARB PAINT AND HARDWARE COMPANY 1726 Eastern Avenue Prompt Delivery BRoadway 9211 The Great American Dessert! P14 Meadow Gold SMOOTH-FREEZE I c e C r e a m TServed Exclusively in the FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL Cafeteria C. W. HENDLEY CO., INC. BALTIMORE, MARYIJAND Miners anal Shippers Anthracite and Bituminous Coals LExingtOn 5782-3-4 R. G. KRIES, Secretary-Treasurer COMMONWEALTH HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE Your Best Protection Against Sickness and Accidents COMMONWEALTH MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 206 E. Lexington Street Baltimore, Maryland SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OUR NEW HOME which will be Opened for business On Or about june Ist, 1941. at 4510 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE lnortheast corner of Hillsdale Roadj is YOUR HOME for a funeral service. E. WILLIS LAMOREAU Funeral Director Compliments to JUNE 741 GRADUATES WINFIELD MARKET 3202 CHELSEA TERRACE RECORD HEADQUARTERS! Sound-proof Booths, HECHT BROS. Baltimore and Pine Howard and Franklin Compliments of PAULA SHOPPE 3810 Liberty Heights Avenue Compliments of MICHAEL A. DEFEEN Panama Canal Zone Phones: Liberty 1518 - 0465 ARMACOST FUNERAL HOME 4-2041 Ridgewood Avenue Compliments of E. J. SCANNELL, INC. SCHUMACHER 81 FOREMAN, INC. Complete Optical Service 209 N. Liberty Street LExington 524-3 Compliments of S. C. PENNINGTON, JR. Creams Wrapped Caramels Bon Bons Covered Nuts LEONAIS HOME MADE CANDY RANDALLSTOWN, MD. MRs. LESTER N. PRICE Phone Roslyn 889 Liberty 4-503 MEYERS FLOWER SHOPPE 5508 Park Heights Avenue Compliments of CLAYTON SHOP 3812 Liberty Heights Avenue GEORGE .l. DOLLE An exceptionally good Tailor - Cleaner - Dyer 4726 Liberty Heights Avenue Liberty 2890 THE FRED H. DORSEY COMPANY 1132 Montpelier Street Chesapeake 2523 AMALIE IOOLZJ MOTOR OIL at all better ear dealers LORD BALTIMORE FILLING STATIONS Liberty Heights Ave. and Gwynn Oak Ave. WM. F. WALTON, Manager C. C. MARTIN, Assistant Manager Compliments Of FRI ENDS K SERVICE STATION FOREST PAR Liberty Heights and Berwyn Avenues FOrest 9800 RE AND COMPANY, INC. Book Binders MOO 109-113 SOUTH STREET Texaco Products KEYSTONE ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND SUPPLIES College Annuals-Catalogs J. M. ALPER Plastic Bindings 913 E. Baltimore St. "L rr r'r ' I EPSTEIN'SCtHrEIP0AnI?TtNIE'IWT STORE I D. KABERNAGEL 749-751 Washington Blvd. zoos W. Pratt St. , . Roofing 'md Spommgr Hot Asplmlmg Qutfiuers for the entire family 52x N. Robinson Street BR. 0105-.I CHARLES DIMMLING Compliments of Choice Meats and Poultry LEWIS PHARMACY, INC. 602 S. Broadway - Broadway Market . , phones, Wolfe 3700, 33701 5500 Park Heights Avenue KELLY BROTHERS Bas, Wishes . Phafmacms Fox CHEVROLET SALES, INC. Garrison and Belle Avenues Llberty 3516 Forest 9508 Hanover and McCOmas Streets South 0990 . , W A. NADELMAN C0mPllmeUfS 01' Famous Brands YOUNG MEN'S SHOP Opposite Ambassador SUSSMAN MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH Compliments of ALTFEDER MR. AND MRS. LEO Compliments of R. S. STERN BALTIMORE SALES AND SUPPLY COMPANY Ship Chandlers Compliments of RITA ALTIERI BALTIMORE MARYLAND Phone LIberty 2771 Air Conditioned T?l?1?I1EJnE3LlA3fi0Ii3?i1i?NER AND PENNANT SHOP THE R. H. Taylor--Successor to Sisco Bros. COLONIAL HAIRDRESSING SHOP Smmpingggand and Machine 3826 L A H I A Embroidering IBFRTY EIGHTS VENUE 302 PARK AVENUE BALTIMORE, MD. Madison 1685 Funeral Home-Lady grlnzlfplmer The Synonym for MAMIE COOK SY 1600 W. North Avenue EPAIRIN G FLOYD'S WATCH R 6 E. Lexington St. Compliments of IN AND COMPANY, INC. CONRAD L. STE Marine Surveyors Good Furniture KNIPP Quality at Reasonable Prices KNIPP FURNITURE COMPANY H CHARLES STREET NACIREMA OPERATING 601 EAST LOMBARD STREET BALTIMORE MARYLAND 343 NORT "The Perfect Fuelv Compliments of W 0 L F E CO.,INc. LUHLLER 7400 M. WALLER CORP DAI RIY BALTIlVIORE'S LEADING INDEPENDENT DAIRY THE NEW FULLER TOOTH BRUSH with natural unbleached bristles Vx lzog renfaia wet l W fs fwff S n - PACKAGED 3 for 99' 6 for 51.95 Ask to see them today. NOW priced lowest against' all comparison. Phone or write, Calvert 0725, 1401 Munsey Bldg. Compliments of M. GOLDBERG Menis Fine Clothing 2800 W. NORTH AVENUE Phone Madison 1044 BARD-AVON SCHOOL Secretarial Department If you are planning a business career, the Bard-Avon School oliers you the most com- plete and practical Secretarial Course. ccWe train private secretaries? Last year Bard-Avon had several times as many secretarial 'and office positions to fill as there were students in the school. Every grad- uate who wished a position has one. Day and Evening Classes--Civil Service 905 NORTH CHARLES ST. Vernon 1155 GOLFERS - Can obtain the finest in Golf Accessories and Equipment-including Handmade Woods and Irons built to your specifications. through CHAS. P. BETSCHLER Professional HILLENDALE C. C. T oWsoN, MD. Former Holder of Many Championships Compliments of WESTERN MARYLAND COLLEGE WESTMINSTER, MD. Compliments of W. P. Co. THE TRADING POST Military anrl Riding Equipment 307-309 W. BALTIMORE STREET BRACER-EISENBERG, INC. Baltimoreis Dominant Thrift Store EUTAW, SARATOGA AND CLAY STREETS Calvert 2222 To our niece, R. W., of the June Class of 1941, and the members of her class, our very best Wishes and heartiest congratulations. AUNT S. AND UNCLE S. L. -.l. Compliments of S. S. KRESGE CO. 3805 LIBERTY HEIGHTS AVENUE KEYSTONE MARKET Fancy and Staple Groceries, Select Meats Fresh Fruits and Vegetables at All Times 4028 Belvedere Avenue Prescriptions Filled Lexington 3359 A. L. KNOWLES Dispensing Optician 404 Liberty Building ARLINGTON TAILORS Cleaners and Dyers --Furriers Work Called For and Delivered NELSON'S SERVICE STATION 5250 Park Heights Avenue Phone Forest 9419 3701 Belvedere Avenue Baltimore, Md. PIFOHC, GHIHOT 3540 SANDS GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAM CO. Quality Meat Products J' CROUT 1050-60 S. Dukeland St. Baltimore, Md. 2001 Wmdsor Avenue im f Compliments of MEYER BRODIE MYRA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Permanent Waving and Scalp Treatments 5433 Park Heights Avenue Forest 9859 ARLINGTON BEAUTY SHOPPE 5122 Reisterstown Road Liberty 4147 Phones: Liberty 8100 - 8101 THE HUGHES LUMBER CO. HWhere there is a Material Dijfereneen Ollice and Yards-5012-5026 Reisterstown Road WU WOH Chinese Hand Laundry Flat Work A Specialty 3605 Rogers Avenue WEBB FLY SCREEN MANUFACTURING Compliments of ZENTZ PHARMACY Park Heights and Rogers Liberty 8686 HARDWOOD FLOORS D I COMPANY Laying - Scraping - Finishing Screens-Weatherstrip-Storm Windows H, D. SMITH Old Floors Renovated 1501 W. 36th Street Belair 3133 6025 Gwynn Oak Ave. F0r6St 2203 RHODE BROS. 2901 Garrison Blvd. Fancy GroceriesgChoice Meats-Bird's Eye Frosted Foods Liberty 0540 - 6160 Phone Lafayette 1194 R. A. McCrea Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating 1708 McCulloh Street BEELFS DRUG STORE Park Heights and Belvedere Avenues We Call For and Deliver Prescriptions! Liberty 24-25 PARK HEIGHTS GROCERY CO. S. RAFFEL, Prop. 4802 Park Heights Avenue Phones Liberty 6039 - 7863 We Deliver For A Good Paint Job Use WHITE,S PAINT PRODUCTS ARNOLD LUECKERT Fancy Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables 1522 Ellamont Street Phone Lafayette 2221 6'We are what we eat" Health sold in every package at To have your prescription filled accurately, call CHELSEA PHARMACY 3801 Woodhaven Avenue DR. MASON'S HEALTH FOOD CENTER Liberty 8826 Forest 9446 202 Clay Street Plaza 6866 Prompt delivery 8 A. M. to 12 P. M. Diamonds - Watches - Rings Compliments Uf Cash - Easy Credit ROGNEL HGTS. LUNCHEONETTE AND ARTHUR C. HEISE CONFECTIONERY 219 N. Howard St. Baltimore 4220 Edmondson Avenue Maryland Compliments of MR. AND MRS. FRANK WINER Phone: Plaza 0138 G. LETTIERI Groceries, Olive Oil, Roman Cheese, etc. 821 E. Baltimore Street MRS. IHRIE'S POTATO CHIPS Manufactured in Baltimore "A Pip of a Chip" Phone Liberty 7986 We Deliver ROBBINS PHARMACY for your drug needs 4401 Liberty Heights Avenue let MARY LEE Help you select your summer outfit Dresses Sportswear 4-940 Liberty Heights Ave. ELINOR BEAUTY SHOPPE 4710 Gwynn Oak Avenue Telephone, Liberty 3842 Engraved Wedding Invitations, Commencement Announcements, Visiting Cards SAMUEL H. KIRBY St SONS Vernon 5457 506 Park Avenue '5Nationally Known" Utaneptntnn Qlluthes McPHERSON'S HABERDASHERS New Address COR. LIGHT AND REDWOOD STS. lBaltimore Trust Buildingi MONARCH of Springfield, Mass. I Life Insurance - all forms O Accident and Health - non-cancellable PURL E. ANSEL 8z ASSOCIATES SUITE 407-8-9 UNION TRUST BLDG. Baltimore, Md. Calvert 5373 Stationery Printing OFFICE FURNITURE Congratulations TO THE MARYLAND OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY GRADUATES 126-128 W. FAYETTE STREET FROM Opposite Miller Brothers BALTIIVIORE, MIARYLAND Plaza 7615-6-7 THE BELVEDERE JOSEPH M. DICNAN 81 SON 110 PENN STREET Fast Freight between Baltimore, Washington and Alexandria, Va. BENTZ AND GALTON Tailors 111 West Saratoga Street COMMUNITY TAILORING COMPANY Cleaners and Dyers 4712 Liberty Heights Avenue C. C. CONN, LTD. 521 N. HOWARD ST. - Vernon 7755 ll7orld's Largest Manufacturers Musical Instruments for Band and Orchestra Lessons furnished with Rental of Instrument Complete repair department-Sheet Music and Orchestrations 1Opposite Stanley Theatre? Liberty 0077-8 H. PAUL MATTHEWS 1900 ROSEDALE STREET Butter - Eggs - Poultry lDirect from Nearby Farms? Sugar Cured Country Bacon Fancy Frying Chickens Compliments of R. E. CARTER Phone Forest 9802 GEILFUSS MOTORS General Automobile Repairing Liberty Heights and Howard Park Avenues Compliments of FREDERICK'S BEAUTY SHOP 119 N. Eutaw Street THE METHODIST PUBLISHING HOUSE 516 N. Charles Street Books - Bibles - Greeting Cards Compliments of FOREST PARK MARKET Norfolk Avenue and Oakfield EDWARD P. .IESTER 81 SONS Sales-NASH-Service 1413-27 E. Hoffman Street THE MART, INC. Women's, Misses' and Girls' Apparel 311-313 W. Lexington Street Congratulations to A Graduate Majestic Studios 342 NORTH CHARLES STREET BALTIMORE MULBEIQIKY 5621 Ojficial Photographers for the JUNE, 19411, FOHESTER Our reputation is founded on high quality work in various types of photography and the desire to be of gratifying service to all who favor us with their patronage. SPECIALIZING IN SCHOOL AND COLLEGE PHOTOGRAPHY 1941 printed and bound by the Garamond Press in Baltimore


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