Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1949
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PARK HIGH S
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A yearbook is a treasure chest of memories and
friends. We wish to dedicate this, the yearbook of
the Class of june 1949, on Forest Park's Silver
Anniversary, to all of the advisers who have lent
such helping hands to all of Forest Park's graduating
classes through her history. But most of all, we
wish to dedicate this book to our own adviser, who
has certainly been the finest possible guide and men'
tor, Mr. John F. Burger, Jr.
We can never express in words our gratitude for
the interest that he has shown in all of us and for
his guidance and enthusiasm in everything that We
have done. We shall always remember him.
The summer sun had not yet faded when we first
stepped through the portals of Forest Park High
School into a new era. As we stepped through the
doorway in September, 1946, We looked at the
great field of opportunity which lay so openly
before us. In this field lay treasure. It was but for us
to find, to enjoy, to prosper. With this challenge in
mind We accepted all that our school could give us.
We began our prospecting as selfish sophomores
anxious to accept every opportunity our beloved
school could give. In our breast beat a hope that
one day We might, as seniors, through successful
prospection, be successful miners who might con'
tribute to the fertilization of this great field of
opportunity. With this hope spuring us, We begin
this first page of an era.
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WENDEIJL E. DUNN
Class of june, 1949
just three short years ago you came to Forest Park as our new tenth grade students. Now
you are graduating, leaving the school building and faculty for other experiences.
It is my hope that while you have been here you have caught so much of the spirit of our
school that nothing can ever separate you from it. As years go on, much may change, but not
the spirit of Forest Park. That will remain the most constant and thrilling factor in your life.
You yourselves have been the main builders of that spirit. In your many activities you have
supplied whatever was needed to make things go: to malce them go happily for all. If enthusiasm
was needed, you had it, if energy, you supplied it, if sympathy, you extended it, if joy, you
shared it-and everyone was better for it.
Fortunately you will find later life just that way, too. In the same measure as you will have
enthusiasm, supply energy, extend sympathy, and share joy, will you attain the spirit of success
I hope that life will bring you both success and happiness in large measure and that we may
WENDELL E. DUNN
Soryiuii M. Bscicen
Class olhlune, l949
VVe have had three happy and valuahle years
together in senior high school.
As you enter college or employment, it is my
hope that you will continue to he as friendly and
conscientious as you have heen here at Forest Park.
Friendly and conscientious people are what the
world needs more than anything else, and such
people get most out of life.
cf-xaaort A. ROYER
Recently, graduates of Forest Park have heen
answering to the call of the magic words "Silver
Anniversary." They all agree that the year
nineteen hundred and fortyfnine should he one of
rejoicin, for all Foresters, who as members of an
alumni group of ten thousand, can testify to a
school that has high standards and exceptional
As you go forth to join this group, l know that
you will add to its accomplishments and prestige.
There are many in your class who are outstanding
and talented, many who have done much to main'
tain the standards set by the other classes during
the past twenty-hve years.
My wish for you is a future in which you will
continue true to yourselves and your school, one
in which you will hnd real happiness, peace, and
SQPHIE M. BIHQCKER
CARROLL A. Ronin
Aaronson Blumberg Brainard Burger Butler Cann
Carnes Church Cooper Corbett Culley Dean
DeWolff Dice Ekas Feldman Fisher Frederick
. . . . . . . . . . . Physieal.Edl4eatiou
Anderson, C. Melville,B.S. . . . . . PlwsiealEelueation
Aaronson, Phillip ....
Amold, Florence l., B.S. .
Biasi, Nelda K., A.B. , .
Blumberg, Gilbert, B.S ....
Brainard, Nora V., B.S. . . .
Broening, Grace D,, B.S., M.A.
Brooks, Helen G., B.C.S., A.B.
Bull, Edgar M. ..... .
Bur er, jr., john F., BE, . .
ButFer, Genevieve P., B.S., MA. .
Cann, Charles S,, A.B., M.A.
Carnes, Roberta D., A.B. . .
Church, Doris V., B.S. . . .
Cooper, Luther A., A.B., M.A.
Corbett, Ruth, B.S .....
Culley, Alfred E., B.S., M.A. .
Dean, Frances W., B.S, . . .
DeWolf'f, -Ir., William H., A.B.
Dice, Latimer A., A.B., M.A.
Ekas, Alice A., B.S .... .
. . .I . . English
. Physical Education
. Physics, Chemistry
. English, History
. . . . . Commercial
. . . . . Industrial Arts
. . English, Puhlie Speaking
. . Music Department Hcael
. . . . Englislgjournalism
Home Economies Department Head
. . . . . Commercial
. . Mathematies
. . . . . . Home Economics
. Mathematics, Driver Eelueation
. Commercial, Driver Education
Feldman, Rossctta A,, B.S., M.A. . . . Geography, Law, Driver Education
Fisher, Cleo P., B.S ....... .......... M athematies
Frederick, Edwin L., A.B., Ph.D. . . . . Chemistry, Science Department Head
Goldman, Jessie, A.B., M.A .... ..,.,...... H istory
Goldstein, Edward H., B.S., M.A. .
Heylmun, Stanley, BS ......
Himmel, Mildred, BS. . .
Hudson, Ruth H., A.B. .
Hutt, Mildred A., AB .... .
Hyde, Lucy E., AB., M.A. . . .
jones, Elizabeth, AB., R.N. . . .
Kntenlcamp, Catherine F., B.A., M.A. .
Kramer, Ruth A., B.A ..... .
Krieger, ioseph L., B.S ...., .
Le Schaic , Abraham, BS ....
Levinson, Florence, B.S., M.A. . .
Loomis, Chassie G ......
Manning, Edith L., BS. . . .
Moore, Fred, AB., A.M. . .
Norris, Grover W., A.B., A.M. .
Norris, Nellie S., B.S., M.A. . .
Peverill, joseph E ..,...
Polalcofli, Mitzie R., AB. .
Pruss, Edith, B.S., M.A. . .
Ruins, Blanche M., BS. . . .
Rapp, Valerie E., BS., M.S. .
Ridgely, Elizabeth S., BS. .
Roe, Irene, A.B ......
Himinel Hu tt
Loom is Moore
. . Commcrcial DcpartmcntHcad
. lmlnstrial Arts, Driver Education
. . . . . . . . Commercial
. . . . . . Englisla,Drama
. . . . . Biology
. Physical Education
. . . . History
. . . . English
. . . . . . . Coinntrrcial
. . Biology, Clivmistry, Economics
. . . . . . . . . English
. . . . . . History
. . . . . Lilrrarian
. . . . Physical Education
. . . . . . Frunfh, Spanish
. . Matluumatics Dcpartmcnt Hcatl
. . . . Art Dcpartnmit Head
. . . . . . . . . . . Orclicstra
Clucmisi ry, Physics Laboratory Assistant
. . . . . . . . . . . . Guitlancc
. . . . . . . . Homi'Etononiics
. . Pliysical Etlucation
. . . . History
. . . Latin
Schmiecl Serposs Shaffer Sims Stoll Suzuki
Thompson Tischler Vavrina Vogel Wells Whithtld
Williams Yocum Mather
Rossmeisl, Martha E., B.S. .
Ruhe, Ruth E., A.B. . . .
Sabine, Mary, B.S., M.A. .
Schmied, Otto K., Li.B., A.B
Serposs, Emile H., B.A., M.A. .
Shaffer, Virginia, B.S., M.A.
Silbert, Nannette., B.S., M.A,
Sims, Rex, A.B., M.Ed. . .
Smith, Etta W., B.S. . . .
Stoll, Nora A., AB. .
Suzuki, Nobulco ....
Tames, Katherine, B.S. . .
Thom ison, Maclelaine M. .
Tischller, Morris ....
Tyler, Richard ....
Vavrina, Vernon S., B.S. .
Vogel, Grace K., B.S. . .
Wells, Mary E., B.S ....
Whitfield, Hester C., B.S. .
Williams Mar aret G. B S.
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Wright, Fannie C., B.S. . .
Yocum, William K., A.B. .
Katzen, Rose ......
Potter, Nina . . .
Sprol, Almira L, .
. . French, Gcograph
. . Ercnch, Spanish, Motlcrn Language Department Hcatl
. . . .... English Dcpartmcnt Hcati
. . . . . . . Business Education
Physical Education Department Head.
. . . . . . . . . English
. . Guidance
. . . English
. . Commercial
. . . . . Electricity
. . . . . . . Biology
. History Drpartmcnt Head
. . . . . . Biology
. . . . Commercial
. . . Mathematics
. . . . . History, Economics
. Industrial Arts Department Hcad
. . Szcrctary
. . . Nurse
. . Diztitian
wenty-five eard at goreal fark
The history of Forest Park High School now ex'
tends over a period of twenty'five years, for the
school is in the midst of its Silver Anniversary Cele'
bration. The earliest records of Baltimore City's
first coeducational high school actually extend back
farther than that, for the first construction of what
was to be the Northwestern junior'Senior High
School was begun in january, 1923, when the city
was intent upon improving and increasing its educa'
tional facilities. It was completed in February, 1924
for an intended capacity of 2,000, but had over 800
extra students when classes began in September of
that year. This was caused by the fact that the boys
and girls who were to compose the student body of
both the senior and junior high departments were
allowed to transfer from any school in the city. flt
later became necessary to establish boundary lines
which restricted the area from which students could
be admittedj Over one hundred teachers were
assigned to the building from other schools.
Due to the overflow of students, and the noisy
distractions of machinery still working to complete
the buildin , much confusion was present during the
first few gays. Schedules had to be rearranged,
additional space, including the auditorium and some
rooms at an annex in school No. 69, had to be con'
vetted into classrooms, students and faculty had to
get used to the newness of strange conditions. A
double system of bells, one set for the seven period
day of the senior hi h, and one set for the ei ht period
day of the junior Eigh, added to the conlgision and
hectic conditions. However, under the wise, cou'
rageous, and able leadership of Mr. Glenn Owens,
the Principal, and Mr. Alfred P. Scott and Miss Rose
Patterson, the Vice'principals, order was soon evolved
out of the chaos. The interest of the community in
this new school was shown by a gift presented by the
Women's Civic League of Howard Park-the beau'
tiful fountain which adorns the front campus.
The school opened with no established traditions
to follow, it had to form its own traditions, and
much of the first few years was devoted to this task.
A philoso hy was adopted with the aim of pro'
ducing welT'rounded students through two programs:
curricular, including all classroom subjects, and extra'
curricular, including athletic and non'athletic organi'
zations. The curricula of Forest Park include an
academic course for those who plan to attend college,
a commercial course for those who expect to enter
the business world, and a technical course for those
boys who are interested in mechanics. The re lar
classroom work is augmented and coordinated'-I by
weekly assemblies, largely arranged for student par'
ticipation, and by the advisory period, a brief report
period originally at the end of the day, but now
conducted in the morning.
Students at that time were allowed to belong to
one athletic and one non'athletic group. fThis
restriction no longer exists.J Durin the first year
there were no varsity sports, althougifi a few repre'
sentative teams did play unofficial games with other
schools. Stress was laid on intramural athletics by
both the Boys' and Girls' Athletic Associations until
the second year, when varsity s orts started, including
football, basketball, track, and, baseball for the boys
and field hockey and basketball for the girls. As the
school grew in strength and prominence, other varsity
events were added, such as ice hockey, lacrosse,
volleyball, tennis, fencing, swimming, etc. The
motto which was adopted was: "Sports for all, and
all for Sports." An athletic letter of reen and gray
was designed as an award to all stucints who had
earned the required number of points. Minor letters,
numerals, ribbons, and medals were also awarded in
reco nition of participation in athletics.
Aithough sports were the first of the extra'
curricular activities, others soon assumed equal im'
portance. Sometime during the first school year, a
plan was conceived to include student participation
in government, modeled after that of our national
democracy. In the spring of 1920, the govemment
in its present form was established as an outgrowth
of the Student Council or Presidents' Club. An
elected Student President and Vice President head
the organization and serve as leaders of the student
body. The first President, Herbert Brown, was
invested at the hrst of the Inaugural Assemblies. At
that time he was presented with an elm rod by each
Student Representative and the axe of authority by
the Principal of the school. These rods, symbolic of
strength, might, and harmony are bound together
with leather thongs, a sign of unity and cooperation,
after the manner of the ancient Roman fasces. The
axe, which is bound in the center, represents the
power and authority which belong to the Student
President, but has a blunt edge to serve as a re'
minder that his power cannot be used harmfully.
There have since been thirty'f1ve student presidents,
each of whom has added something to the betterment
of the school and its student government.
The executive of a government does not work
alone, he must have the support and the help of other
groups. The first of these, the Senate, is comprised
of one student elected from each half'year class.
The other, the Board of Student Representatives,
includes one elected member from each homeroom
class. In 1927, the Student Court was added to the
system to 'udge and punish all offenders against
school regulations. It has a Chief justice and six
Associates a pointed by the President. The last
body to be fgrmed only as recently as 1942 was the
Cabinet, which serves in an advisory capacity to the
President, and includes the President of each half'
year class, the President of each of the honor clubs,
and the Chief justice. Perhaps the most important
participants in student government are the student
oflicers who are responsible for helping keep order
in the corridors, the cafeteria, and on the campus.
Students throughout the years have been invited and
encouraged to participate in another important phase
of school life, the clubs. These were so varied that
every student could Find at least one in which he or
she was interested. All groups were chartered by the
Board of Student Activities, an advisory group ap'
pointed by the Principal to assist him in the supervision
and administration of the extracurricular program
This Board is responsible for the budgeting of funds
for the school, chartering of new clubs, and awarding
of non-athletic letters and certilicates to those who
excel in the various fields of activity. These green
and gray script "F"s are given on the basis of a
point system worked out by each club.
The earliest of these activities, inaugurated by
Mr. Otto K. Schinied, was the publication of a
monthly literary magazine the Foiuzsreit. It has
since become the yearbook of the graduating class,
and a newspaper, the Forest Park Press is published
weekly, written, edited, and distributed by students.
At one time a calendar was put out for the use of the
students. All printing was done in the Forest Park
printing shop in the earliest years. The -lunior High
School had its own publications, as Well as clubs and
teams independent of the Senior High.
Prominent among the organizations of the school
are the honor clubs, which were organized with the
purpose of bringing together outstanding boys and
girls to secure a united support for the leaders of the
school. These include the Boys' and Girls, Leaders'
Clubs, the Ethical lboys sportsb and Varsity Cgirls'
sportsl Clubs, the Opportunity Club, the Booster
Club, and the Four Square Club. These groups
furnish opportunities for service within the school,
such as coaching, hall and locker duties, lost and
found, and support of athletic events, as well as
generally maintaining the high ideals and traditions
of Forest Park. Other very active groups include those
whose purpose is the furtherance of special interests,
such as music, drama, art, literature, shopwork,
photography, science, and many others. These clubs
originally numbered eleven, but have increased with
the growth of the school until forty of them are
The first seniors were organized as a class in
October, 1924. To that class of 25 years ago is due
credit for setting the precedents for many of the
traditions still being followed, The adoption
of a school ring, Senior Inaugural and Farewell
Assemblies, June Week activities prior to graduation,
and the Loyalty Song are but a few of their many
contributions. They also helped select the official
school colorsg emerald green, symbolic of aspiration,
growth and optimistic hope, and silver gray, sym'
bolic of stcadfastness and sterling worth. In 1926
the school flag was adoptedf' the school tower in
gray on a green background, patterned after the
municipal flag. The main project of the junior class
was the annual presentation of the jolly juniorjubilee,
given in cooperation with the faculty and the other
classes. Forest Park was unique among the high
schools of the city in that it was the hrst to give
benelits such as these, which often netted the treasury
as much as two thousand dollars. This event was
discontinued during World War 11, and has been
given only twice since then. Two interesting policies
which are no longer pursued are the organization of
the sophomores as a class, and the privilege extended
to each class to elect its own adviser. lClass ad'
visers are now selected by the Principall
The lirst senior class of 61 was graduated in june,
1925. In 1929 the first February commencement
was held. and since that tnne there have lween two
graduating classes each year. in Fehruary and in
Vlune. lhe earliest comtnencements were held at the
Lyric theater. Alter the first class graduated. an
alumni association was formed. with the aim ol' doing
something to show that interest and love of Forest
Park exists even alter leaving the school. Among
other activities. the Alumni sponsors a dance semi!
annually in honor ol' the graduating class. Another
organization outside the school was the Parent'
lieacher Association, which lyecatne active alter l92-1
to assist the school in whatever ways possilwle.
Although it was dtshanded heliore the second Vy'orld
Vyfir, hope has heen expressed for its reorganization
in the near liuture.
As time went on. the increase in annual enrollment
made necessary .1 new huilding for the 'Iunior High
department ol' Forest Park. ln l93Z, the Garrison
.lunior lligh School opened with the seventh, eighth.
and most ol' the ninth grades from our school, alter
which liollowed a reorganization ol' the entire senior
high unit. During this new era in the history ol'
l'orest Parlt. several liaculty' changes were made. The
lirst ol these in l933 followed the passing ol' Miss
Annalwelle l.ee White, who had succeeded Miss
Patterson as Vicefprincipal. A sundial now stands
on the lwront campus as a memorial to Miss VVhite.
ller position was hlled very capalaly lay Miss Sophie
lleclser, whose remarlsahle leadership has done much
to inalse Forest Parls the line school it is today. -lihe
second IILIAIOI' change in administration occurred when
Mr. Vy'endell l'. Dunn came to Forest Parlc from the
Midwest to till the post ol' Principal alter the resig'
nation of Mr. Owens in l97m'5. Xlr, Dunn continued
and increased ellorts to lteep Forest Parlc in a place
ol' dignity and inlluence in Baltimore, a policy which
Mr. Owens had successfully inaugurated and carried
out during his administration
'lihe years passed on until I9-ll, when this period
in the ltlie ol the school ended ahruptly. On Decemher
3. l94l. Mr. Dunn assemhled the entire student
hody' in the auditorium to hear the hroadcast ol' the
declaration ol' war lay' the United States. thus marl4ing
a new stage in the lilie of every' graduate and under!
graduate, The school now outhtted itsell' lor war
with atrfraid shelters, frequent drills, sale of war
honds and stamps ll". P. was the hrst school in the
country' to sell hondsl, disaster reliel' units. and
special courses designed for pre'dral't training. Several
memlwers ol the faculty joined the armed forces, among
them our adviser, ,Iohn P, Burger, as well as
many students and graduates. Seventy rseven ol' these
hoys heroicallv gave their lives in the service of their
country. To them a memorial gate has recently laeen
erected at the liront entrance to the huilding hy' the
Vy"hen the war was over in I9-15 Forest Park again
went hack to normal. Many' ol its teachers returned
and new ones were added to the stall.. During the
war, the resignation of Mr. Scott had heen accepted
and Mr. Carroll A. Royer hecame the new assistant
to Mr. Dunn.
ln April. 1946. a Middle Atlantic Association ol'
Secondary Schools and Colleges committee of twenty"
six memhers visited the school for three days and
evaluated it in nine areas, such as stall, curriculum.
student activities, etc., according to lQlI's lil'tlllttllll't'
Qfriternt. Their study resulted in the school's receiving
tl rating ol' Very Superior in seven of the nine areas.
and High Superior in the other two. To the lwest ol'
our ltnowledge, this rating is unexcelled.
During the hrst quarter century ol' its existence,
Forest Park has graduated almost 9.500 students.
including the class olihlune, 1949. However, we all
know that the history' ol' our Alma Xlater will never
close, for Foresters will always continue to "Enter
to learn and go liorth to serve."
Alan Corncy Sara-jane Cold
Our student government is lilcened to
tht which has so completely led our na'
tional government. The chief executive is
the Student President, aided hy the Student
Vice President. Acting in an advisory
capacity, is the Cabinet, Z1 group made up
of the presidents of the school's five honor
clubs, the presidents of each year, the Chief
justice of the Supreme Court, and the Stu'
dent Vice President. The Cabinet strives
REPRESENTATIVES-Sponsor: MR. Ronan. Prcsidmt: A. CORNEY, Student President. Sctrctary:
S. Col D, Student Vice President
to make a better school and a better student
The judicial branch of our government is
provided for in the form of the Student
Court. This court, which is appointed by
the Student President, justly tries offenders
of school rules and determines their punish'
ment, if necessary. Helping the court, are
the student officers.
Following the pattern of the Federal
Government, we have two groups of repre-
sentatives-the Senate and the Representa'
tives. The Senate consists ofone representative
from each semester year, with the Student
Vice President presiding. This is a most
active phase of our plan of government. To
complete our system of government, the
Representatives, one from each class, help
to carry out the functions of the student
So the students of Forest Park High School
take an active part in governing themselves,
a practice which is an old American custom.
CABIN ET-Scatctl: A. BADDOCK, A. Corney, S. Coin.
Standing: C. Mfmcous, A. Gnoss, S. FRANK, C.
PKBRAMSON. R. ANDERSON, T. Duron, A. Kairr, M.
SENATE-Scared: C. ABRAMSON, S. GOLD, P. HAMMEIK
Standing: D. DIXON, H. FORD
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ELAINE SONDRA ABRAMS E
The only way to have a friend is to lie one.
List of I'Ionor, List of Merit, Student Olhcer, Student Coach,
Glee Club, Special Chorus, Open Forum Club, Radio Work'
shop, Camera Club, United Nations Club, Senior Girls'
Chorus, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Non-
Athletic "F," Certificate, Winter Festival, Chairman Scrap
book Committee, Press, Fonesrraix.
She has grace, charm, and lirilliance of mind.
President Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, List of Dis'
tinction, List of Honor, List of Merit, Charles E. Adams
Speech Award, 12 B Senator, Student Olhcer, Representative,
Student Coach, Homeroom Ofiicer Radio Workshop, Vice
President Troupers, Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports,
Non-Athletic "F," Winter Festival.
Amlvition: College-then radio worlc.
DONNA LEE ABRELL Donny
Helping others is one of her best characteristics.
Camera Club, Glee Club, Shorthand Club, Scrapbook Coni-
RHODA LEA AKEHURST
Shell malee her goals in sports and in the future.
Homeroom Officer, Shorthand Club, Glce Club, Intramural
Sports, Numerals, Minor "F."
CHARLES E. AMASS Chuck
Endowed with an intelligent and progressive nature.
President Boys' Leaders' Club, President Opportunity Club,
Booster Club, Vice President Band, Cabinet, Sergeantfat-
Arms, Student Officer, Orchestra, Drum Major, Senior Boys'
Chorus, Glee Club, Chairman Variety Show Press.
RICHARD C. ANDERSON Andy
Capable of reaching great heights.
Varsity Football, Varsity Track, -I. V. Football, Music
RONALD LEE ANDERSON Ronnie
Because of a sunny disposition and many talents,
he has many friends.
Vice President Boys' Leaders' Club, Homeroom Officer,
Cabinet, Student Oihcer, Foniasrea.
Ambition: Artist, Portrait Painter.
RUTH HAZEL ANDERSON Ruthie
In quietness and confidence lies her strength.
Student Officer, Art Club, Intramural Sports, Prom Com'
Ambition: Nurses Training.
IARNET ALLEN ANNENBERG Barney
lis sense of humor is one of the refreshing things in our class.
I portunity Club, Student Officer, Sergeant-at'Arms Art
Iliib, j. V. Ice Hockey, Golf.
BETTY APPLEGARTH Betts
Neat, atient, and s orts minded.
Business Service Club, Lawyers' Guild, Intramural Sports.
Minor "F," Numerals.
Ambition: Private secretary.
HIELA IUDITH ASHMAN Shiel
Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well.
our Square Club, List of Distinction, List of Honor, List of
Ierit, Student Officer, Student Coach, Press Representative,
ilee Club, French Club, Troupers, Maryland Club, Open
oi-um Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Scrap-
ook Committee, Farewell Assembly Committee.
NANCY LEE AVERY Nance
Cool, capable, efficient, and just as nice as she can be.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, List of Honor, Student
Ollicer, Student Coach, Homeroom Olhcer, Glee Club, Presi-
dent and Vice President Maryland Club, Special Chorus,
Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Non'Athletic "F,"
Certificate, Winter Festival, Chairman junior Day Assembly,
Kerman Christmas Party, Decorations Committee, Press,
LILEEN BADDOCK Aze
Ambition has no rcst.
lirls' Leaders' Club, President Four Square Club, Booster
Ilub, Cabinet, List of Distinction, List of Honor, List of
Ierit, Student Oflicer, Student Coach, Homeroom Oflicer,
ilee Club, Art Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
F," Major "F," Non-Athletic "F," Coaching Pin, Editing
lommittee School Handbook, Farewell Assembly Committee,
,IUDITH S. BADDOCK Judy
The type of person who excels in everything she does.
Four Square Club, List of Distinction, List of Honor, Student
Officer, Spanish Club, Biology Club, Library Club, Intra-
mural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Non'AthIetic "F,"
Kei-nan Christmas Party, Scrapbook Committee, Fonnsrian,
Ambition: Happy, successful job.
Business? lt's quite simple. lt's other peoples money.
lpportunity Club, Chess Club, Intramural Sports.
IDA ISABELLE BALD Sis
From within comes a beautiful voice.
Booster Club, Glee Club, Vice President Special Chorus,
Intramural Sports, Non-Athletic "F," Step Singing Committee.
HILDA BARR Honey
Her personality will win lier many friends in tlie future.
List of Merit, Representative, I-Iomeroom Othcer, Intramural
Sports, Senior Inaugural Program Committee,
ADELLE BARRETT Jackie
A cheerful fact is pleasing to all.
Representative, Lawyers' Guild, Business Service Club, Intra-
mural Sports, Numerals, Minor
A mbition: Private secretary.
Life is too sliort to world.
Boys' Leaders' Club, Opportunity Club, Troupers, Secretary
Chess Club, Orchestra, Student Coach, Non-Athletic "F,"
HAROLD BARSHOOK Smokey
An allfaround fellow and future asset to the business world.
Opportunity Club, Representative, Homcroom Officer, Glec
Club, Sergeantfat-Arms Senior Class, Fom2s'riaii.
FRANCES BASS Fran
Her blue eyes will be her lcey to happiness.
Lawyers' Guild, Glee Club, Numcrals, Non-Athletic "F,"
Intramural Sports, Fonisran.
THOMASINE BEAR Tommy
It's a true friend who bas many friends.
Booster Club, Glee Club, Special Chorus, Intramural Sports,
Business Service Club.
Ambition: Concert singer, college.
MABELLE BECK Beck
Slie is a maid of artly grace, gentle in -form, and fair offaec.
Booster Club, List of Honor, List of Merit, Student Olhcer,
Representative, Intramural Sports, Kernan Christmas Party,
Chairman Senior Inaugural Dance Committee.
HELEN BECKER Beck
Her pleasant cliarm and smile will guide ber through life.
Art Club, Student Coach.
ANE BENNETT BECKER Brooklyn
Fair and square-always thcrf.
ist of Merit, Art Club, Glce Club, Special Chorus, Maryland
WALLACE BENNER VI a
A mighty popular guy in his homeroom.
j. V. Football, Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse.
,STELLE BERKOWITZ Esther
Energetic, capahlc, and full of amliition.
our Square Club, Booster Club, List of I-Ionor, Student
Zoach, Student Ollicer, Glee Club, Business Service Club,
awyers' Guild, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
lon'Athletic "F," Co'Chairman junior Prom Refreshment
Tommittee. Kctnan Christmas Party, Chairman Typing Com-
ittec, Gift Committee, Fomssrtzn.
mhition: Always happy, as I am now.
BARBARA BERMAN Bobble
Her finencss and swrrtncss arc all a part of liar.
Student Olhcer, junior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Com
,LAINE BERMAN E
Slit is fair as thc ilay and always gay.
representative, Homeroom Olllicer, Intramural Sports.
,mliitionz Model, college.
JUDITH KAY BLOOM Judy
That xwcct smilc is crcr prcsmt.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Four Square Club, List of Honor, List
of Merit, Student Coach, Lawyers' Guild, Business Service
Club, Ping-Pong Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Non-
Athlctic "F," Senior Farewell Assembly Committee, Foizesrisk.
IONA BETTE BOIN Betty
She mcrcly clccitlcs what slit wants and has licr way.
ramera Club, Intramural Sports.
CAROL BOWEN Beau
A girl wlw is always conscientious about lier worlc
Art Club, Varsity Badminton, Intramural Sports.
He bas to keep up bis reputation as Dr. Freilericlis
special assistant in chemistry class.
Opportunity Club, Booster Club, Chess Club, Intramural
Sports, Non'Athletic "F," Press, Fonesrisa.
ALICE BRISKMAN Ossie
Like a princess, she has won ber way into our hearts.
Student Ofhcer, Representative, President Art Club, Intra-
Ambition: Syracuse University or Maryland Institute.
BERNICE MARCIA BROTH Bunny
Art is indeed not thc bread, but tlic wine of life.
Representative, Press Representative, Art Club, Glen Club,
Intramural Sports, Banner Committee, Decorations Committee.
A mbition: Fashion illustrator.
CHARLOTTE BROZER Char
Not much talk-a sweet silence.
Scribblers' Club, Intramural Sports.
MARTIN L. BUCKMAN Marty
Success and fortune will always be witli him because
of his great ambition.
Treasurer Boys' Leaders' Club, Vice President Opportunity
Club, Homeroom Officer, President Radio Worksbop, Kernan
Christmas Party, Prom Committee, Press, Fonesrsn.
Ambition: Program director of radio station.
JACK P. CAMPBELL
A smile and acccnt both a mile long.
Boys' Leaders' Club, Opportunity Club, Student Court,
Student Officer, Chess Club, Senior Boys' Chorus.
STANLEY CARR Stan
Hard working student, and All'Mm-yland football star.
Ethical Club, V. Football, Varsity Basketball, Varsity
Ambition: Good position.
FILMORE CHAIKEN Chick
I like work. I can sit and loolc at it for lionrs.
Captain Varsity Lacrosse, Varsity Basketball, Varsity Soccer
IRENE SHIRLEY CHAIT I
Htr manner is as sparkling as thc ring on licr jingrr.
Business Service Clulw, Senior Prom Committee.
Ambition: Successful housewife.
jOANNA WHITNEY CHRISTIAN Jo
Charm, personality, and tht willingness to help malta
licr the grcat fricml she is.
List of Honor, Homeroom Officer, Homeroom Representative,
Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Major "F," Chair-
man Home Economics Asscmhly, Typing Committee, junior
Prom Committee, Kernan Christmas Party, Speakers' Com-
Anilntioii: Move to Madison, Wisctmnsiii.
ISABELLE CHRISTLE Is
Shi' smiles for tht salo: of smiling, and laughs
for no reason lint fun.
Booster Cluh, Student Oflicer, Clee Club, President Special
Chorus, Intramural Sports, Numerals. Minor "F," Non'
'Xtltletic "F," Banner Committee, Decorations Committee,
COLLENN CLABAUGH Moe
A trnt friend is forcvtr a fi-icml.
lliology Cluh, Maryland Cluh, Intramural Sports.
Amlvition: Music arranger.
IANET EVA CLAYIVIAN
Her nitv with grin invites you to enjoy thc joltt too.
four Square Cluh. Clee Cluh, Special Chorus, Intramural
CA ROLYN COHEN
Good things coma in small paclcagcs.
Homeroom Ollicet, Lawyers' Guild, Intramural Sports.
EUNICE C. CCI-IEN Eun
Her hiunor has sprcatl joy throughout tht school year.
Iusiness Service Cluh, Intramural Sports.
Xmlvitiun: Live a healthy and prosperous life.
MAROLIN COHEN Mar
A helping hanil and a willing ivorlttr.
List ol' Merit, Biology Club, Camera Club, Open Forum Cluh,
Lihrary Club. German Cluh, Glee Cluh, Special Chorus,
Maryland Cluh, Radio Club, Scrapbook Committee, Foiiifsrsii.
DOROTHY COHN Dot
Small conrtcsits sirtcttn lift.
IRMA BEVERLY COHN Irm
A light heart lives long.
Booster Club, List of Honor, List of Merit, Student Ollicer,
Student Coach, Homeroom OH'icer, Vice President French
Club, Secretary Maryland Club, Open Forum Club, United
Nations Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F,"
Non-Athletic "F,,' Chairman junior Day Committee, Chair'
man Senior Inaugural Program Committee, Fonrsrrix.
MARCIA COHN Marci:
Martia has thc :est for living that malcts for charm.
List of Honor, Student Officer, Homeroom Officer, Spanish
Club, Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports, Numcrals,
Minor "F," Prom and Banquet Committee, Ring Committee,
CHARLES N. COOPER Cbarlic
Two Cs-clever and capable, tliat's our Charlie Cooper.
President june 1949 Class, Boys' Leaders' Club, Opportunity
Club, Booster Club, Cabinet, List of Distinction, List of
Honor, Student Officer, Concertfmaster Orchestra, Band, Chess
Club, Maryland Club, Head Cheerleader, Intramural Sports,
Non-Athletic "F," Kernan Christmas Party, Press.
HELENE I. COOPER Hic
To have a fricntl is to bc ont, xlic is a friend, tlicrcforc
ber acqnaintancas are many.
Four Square Club, List of Honor, List of' Merit, Student
Olhcer, Student Coach, Orchestra, United Nations Club,
Intramural Sports, junior Prom Committee,
Ambition: Medical research.
EDWARD COX Big Ed
A good atblctc.
Captain Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball.
Ambition: Architectural engineer,
Why worry today about toinorroiv?
Boys, Leaders' Club, Ethical Club, Senior Boys' Chorus,
Varsity Football, Varsity Track.
Ambition: Business man.
DOLORES CATHERINE CRONISE
Amiability sbincs by its own light.
Glee Club, Special Chorus.
Ambition: Nursing, business college.
HARRIET LEE DAVIDSON Hats
A tirinlclc in liar cyc, .1 smilc on lxcr lips, iuiil fricntlsliip
in liar licart.
Booster Clulu, List of Honor, Student Olilicer, Treasurer Mary'
land Cluh, French Clulw, Troupers, Decorations Committee
ADA JANE DAVISON
No om' coulil axle for morcffsimplc, moilust, and sincurc.
List of Honor, Open Forum Cluh, French Cluh, United
Nations Clulw, Intramural Sports, Speakers' Committee,
RITA DE GIROLAMO Dec-Gee
Simt xopliixtimiioii and ii cliormiiig pcrsonality.
Girls' Leaders' Clulw, Booster Club, List of Honor, List ol
Merit, Homeroom Officer, Student Coach, President Music
Majors, lntr.imur.xl Sports, Christmas Tree Committee, Kernan
Christmas Party, ,Iunior Day Assembly Committee, junior
Proin Committee, Decorations Committee, Spring Mixer Com-
mittee, Silver Anniversary Committee.
Ambition: Private secretary, travel.
DOROTHY MARLENE DESSER Dotsey
Htr siiircrity and gootl disposition lmiic won
licr many fricmls.
Four Square Club, Student Ollicer, Hiomeroom Olhcer, Glee
Clulu, Shorthand Club, Non'Athletie UF."
TERRY V. G. DETTOR Putsie
D.D,Cl':'fDarliiig, daring, ami tcrribhc.
President Booster Cluh, Student Court, Student Officer,
Homcroom Ofheer, Varsity Badminton, Manager Field Hockey
Team, Spring Mixer.
Ambition: Modelg designer, and later ll wife.
ELLIOT DICKLER Buddy
A liit of u'it .intl .1 :natural niouncr liars mailc Buddy
Opportunity Cluh, Senior Boys' Chorus.
JOHN A. DIDIER
lJiusi'sst.i zeal, but tlccpcst frcliugs arc sclilom crprcssuil.
Opportunity Cluln, Open Forum Club, Varsity Baseball,
Senior inaugural Dance Committee, Chairman Transportation
VINCENT DINICOLO Sep
A gooil utlilctv. Especially lilcvs I-asclmll-calls it tlic
grcutrst gamc of all.
Ethical Cluh, Varsity Football, Varsity Baseball.
Ambition: Millionaire business with Carr and jenkins,
THALIA ANNE DRAGON Tad
Cl'l1alia is just a small lmnillc of femininity with a hig
heart and a captivating smile.
Booster Club, Student Officer, Student Representative, Span-
ish Club, Special Chorus, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
"F," Chairman Constitution Day Assembly, Senior Inaugural
Program Committee, Fom-zsraa.
NORMA DoLoREs DUFF nuff,
Slit is tially, yet srrionsg fun loving, ytt sinccrr.
Business Service Club, Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports.
JAMES LOUIS DYE Jim my
Curly hair-scriuiis fart.
Opportunity Club, Varsity Football, Varsity Basehiill, Man'
.iger Ice Hockey, Intramural Basketball, Prom and Banquet
FRANCES EBERLIN Fran
Sha is lianglttcr and fun, good lmnwr mul fcllowsliip,
rollrcl into ont.
Red Cross Club. French Club, Cvlee Club, Open Forum Club,
Intramural Sports, Numerals, Decorations Committee.
A mlvit ion: Northwestern University.
DEBORAH ENNIS Debby
Wit is tlit salt of conversation.
Booster Club, Homeroom Officer, Student Ollicer, Cori-es'
ponding Secretary German Club, Troupers, Intramural Sports,
ELAINE MAXINE EPSTEIN Clxickic
Slit is trnt to har ivorlc, lirr word, and l1rr friends.
Booster Club, Student Representative, Student Coach, Intra'
mural Sports, Numerals, Minor Major Prom and
Banquet Committee, Step Singing Committee.
MYRA EPSTEIN Mike
To lumu' her is to Ioit Iicr.
List of Merit, Student Ofhcer, Press Representative, Home-
room Representative, Homeroom Oflicer, Open Forum Club,
French Club, Intramural Sports. Numernls, Minor "F," Chair'
man Ring Committee, Chairman Prom Committee, Trans-
A Itilril IVUYIQCV is il sucttss in any lucsinfss.
Student Officer. Scrapbook Committee.
ALYSE ERDMAN Punchy
Frifmlly, roopcratirc, .mtl a liartl irorlcrr.
Business Service Club, Intramural Sports.
PHYLLIS FEIT Kitty
The joker of tlic claws, liur lmmorous rrmarlcs draw
Ambition: Live a happy life.
RENA BELLE FELDMAN Rcnic
Ons of thc qiiict girls in our class who tallcs
little and listms much.
Homeroom Officer, Spanish Club, lntramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," Scrapbook Committee.
MARION FINK Finlc
Ihvlitfmss is to do and say tlic lciutlcst things
in tlic lciutlcst tray.
Open Forum Club, Business Service Club, Glee Club, lntra'
mural Sports, junior Prom Refreshment Committee, Prom and
PAULA FISHMAN Pala
A cliccrful lifart, a smiling fart, puts simsliinc
in the darlccst placc.
Girls' Lenders' Club, Booster Club, IZA Senator, List ol
Honor, Student Oflicer, Homeroom Officer, Student Coach,
President German Club, Chess Club, Varsity Tennis, lntra-
mural Sports, lntramural School Badminton Champion, Major
"F," Minor "F," Numerals, Non-Athletic "F," Coaching
Certilicate, Kernan Christmas Party, Senior Inaugural Dance
Amlvitiunr School teacher.
EMILY FIX Em
Patifncc is a virtue lwstoirctl upon Emily.
Shorthand Club, Clee Club, Home Economics Club.
LIBBY FOLUS Liz
Hrr l-lm vycs sparlclf with good lilmlor.
Maryland Club, Clee Club, Shorthand Club, Intramural
Sports, Special Chorus, Kernnn Christmas Party, Step Singing
Committee, Numerals, FoREs'ri:ix.
Clullfff LITE H0 Sltlfmi, H0 ll0iSl.', jHSt gllllil AlCCll5.
Cirls' Leaders' Club, Vice President Four Square Club,
Booster Club, List of Distinction, List of Honor, Student
Oflirer, Press Representative, Student Coach, Recording Secre'
tary Clee Club, Special Chorus, Open Forum Club, French
Club, Intramural Sports. Numerals, Minor "F," Major "F,"
Non'Athletic "F," Senior Lmugural Assembly Program Com'
HARRIET M. FORHMAN Harry
I'Iarry's reaily smile and sparkling eyes have
endeared her to us.
Homeroom Officer, Glec Club, Art Club, Nurses' Aide, Prom
Amlvition: Costume designer.
NANCY RUTH FOWBLE Myrtle Trouble
A girl with a smile is a girl wortliwliile.
Varsity Club, Vice President Library Club, Varsity Hockey,
j, V. Hockey, Intramural Sports, Numcrals, Minor "F," Major
"F," Kernan Christmas Party, Non-Athletic
Ambition: Happy life.
SHARON FOX Sherry
A twinlcle in her eyes and a smile on her lips.
Student Oflicer, Special Chorus, Cvlee Club, Intramural
Sports, Prom and Banquet Committee, Ring Commxttee,
Ambition: Doctors' receptionist.
MARY JOAN FRANK Maryjo
Her tlionghtfnlness brings her many friends.
Home Economics Club, Glee Club.
STANLEY FRANK Frankie
His personality, like a spring day, spreads sunshine
wherever lie is.
Vice President Boys' Leaders' Club, Opportunity Club, Chief
justice Student Court, Cabinet, Glee Club, Special Chorus,
bl, V. Baseball, Manager Varsity Cross Country, Intramural
Ambition: Sing professionally.
SANDRA FREEDMAN Coolcie
Stndious, cliarming, always ready for worlc or play.
List of Honor, List of Merit, Student Officer, Student Coach,
Intramural Sports, Chairman Correspondence Committee.
Ambition: Happy life.
SYLVIA FREEMAN ' Syl
Sineerity is the keynote of her personality.
Student Officer, Booster Club, Open Forum Club, Cortes'
ponding Secretary French Club, Intramural Sports, Press.
Ambition: State Teachers College.
HYSON FREIMAN Sonny
Sympathetic and generous nature-lint lilces and
dislikes are strongly elejineel.
Lacrosse, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: University of Maryland.
ROSE ANN GERMANERO
Ax pretty .1i1.l sweet 11s tl ruxt.
Booster Club, Clee Club, lroupers, Special Chorus.
Ambition: Spanish interpreter, travel.
SURA GESBEN Sue
l7.1n.'c l1.1ll.'rii111, .111.l sprctnl tht simsliinc uf
your prrsoimlity mx t'llt'Yy0Ht'.
List ul' Distinction, List ol' Humor, Student Court, Student
Otheer, Spanish Club, Troupers, lntmtnuml Sports.
RHONA JEAN GETZ Rlm
Slit' will 11lt1'11vx lu' sircuxslliil, for no our .'.1n
resist liar iixivx.
list ol Merit, Troupers, Student Coach, Prom and Banquet
PATRICIA LOUISE GIARTH Pat
Swett .mtl 1'l111rn1i11g, plnzxing to all.
Representative, Homeroom Officer, Spanish Club, Clec Club,
lnlf.llllLll'.ll Sports, Numernls, Senior Girls' Chorus, Minor
Senior ln.tugur.tl Iltnee L omintttee, Step Singing Corn'
mittee. Press RCPICSCIILIIIYC.
REBECCA S. GLASS Becky
Iluninum Srinxc, in the ltn.1.'lt of string things
as tliry art, 11ml rloing ll1L'I11 as tltry slumltl lu' tlomf.
list ol' Distinction, List ol' Honor, Art Club, Chess Club,
Student Conch, lntrtunural Sports, Winter Festival, Clmirmtin
l'lXCl1.lHj.ZC 'lcaeltcrs Assembly, Speakers' Committee.
Amltxtiunr Science teacher.
IRVING GLICK Irv
Su ltviglit tlmt l1f'x l'rilli.1ut.
Buys' Leaders Club, President Chess Club, Chess Teqrrn,
WILLIAM GLOVER Bill
llis sport.m111i1xl1ip dlltl grtat ptrsmiality will
altnzyx lw ren11'ml1cr1'tl.
lftl1ic.tl Club, Senior Class Sergeant-at'Arins, ltlonterooin
Officer, XIJTKIIY lee Hoclcey, Cross Country. VI. V. lee Hockey,
lntr.unur.tl Sports, Major
.'Xn1lvitiui1: Loyola College,
A .'l1.'t'rl'i1l look, rl pltxising stu, 11H.l .1 ltii1.l l1t11rt.
Representative, Business Service Club.
DARLENE GOCHENOUR Dolly
Small in size only, has personality plus.
Business Service Club.
Ambition: Happy life.
SARAJANE GOLD say
Because of lirr charm, personality and brains,
slic is vcry popular.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, List of Honor, List ol
Merit, Student Ofhcer, Student Vice President, Cabinet,
French Medal Award, Horneroom Officer, President Spanish
Club, Girls' Coaching Director, Intramural Sports, Coaching
Pin, Certihcate, Minor "F," Numcxals, Non'Athletic "F,"
Chairman Loyalty Day and Thanksgiving Assemblies, Prom and
Banquet Committee, Spring Mixer Committee, FORIESTER.
Ambition: Laboratory technician.
.IOAN MARILYN GOLDBERG Joanic
The terrific combination of pcrsonality and
talvnt, our own dancing star.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Four Square Club, List of Honor, List
of Merit, Student Ofhccr, Ping'Pong Club, Business Service
Club, Lawyers' Guild, Student Coach, Intramural Sports,
Numerals, Non'Atl1letic "F," Chariman Four Square Club
Pep Assembly, Fonssrnn,
Ambition: Dancing teacher.
PHYLLIS NATALIE GOLDBERG Pliyl
Charming ways will surely bring hcr sucfrss,
Student Ollicer, Glec Club, Special Chorus, All'Maryland
Chorus, Varsity Badminton, Intramural Sports, Foiuzsrizii.
Ambition: Show business.
AILEEN LEITA GOLDSTEIN
Famc will follow licr bccausc of liar great
talent, swcctnfss, anal Jcpzntlability.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, List of Honor, List of
Merit, Student Olhcer, Student Coach, Spanish Club, Band,
Orchestra, President Glec Club, School Accompanist, Intra-
mural Sports, Numerals, Non-Athletic "F," Kernan Christmas
Party, Chairman Inaugural Assembly Committee.
Ambition: Fame in the held of music.
ESTHER MAE. GOLDSTEIN Essic
Hur many friends are thc reward for liar swcrtness.
Booster Club, Troupers, Student Ollicer, Press Representative,
Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Non'Athletic "F,"
Ring Commiteee, Senior Girls' Chorus, Fonesricn.
ANITA GOLDSTONE Nccdic
Charm and personality maltc lifr thi- strict
person that she is.
BARBARA JEAN GOODELL Goodic
Slit is an all-around girl if tlifrc rrcr was onc.
Varsity Club, Student Officer, Class Representative, Home'
room Olhcer, Glec Club, Senior Girls' Chorus, Varsity
Badminton, V, Basketball, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," Senior Farewell Committee.
DOLORES GORDON Lorrie
Always tonsidmztc and helpful to ntlicrs.
Troupers, Lawyers' Guild, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," Scrapbook Committee.
PHYLLIS RUTH GORDON Pllil
Her art alvility is not licr only asset.
Art Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals.
A sweet, lowly, and dainty girl.
German Club, Business Serivce Club, Scrapbook Committee,
Farewell Assembly Committee.
CLAIRE LEE GREENBERG Tange
Art is imlcrtl not the lvrratl hut tlic wine of lift.
Booster Club, Varsity Club, Glee Club, Special Chorus,
Secretar Art Club Trou ers S anish Club Mar land Club
Y 1 P - P v y -
Varsity Tennis, Varsity Ping-Pong, Intramural Sports, Nu-
nierals, Minor "F," Chairman Prom Relrcsbment Committee,
Prom and Banquet Committee, Foiuaswn.
ALICE PATRICIA GREENFIELD Grcenie
Our own Bah: Ditlriclcson.
Girls' Leaders' Club, President Varsity Club, Booster Club,
Student Ollicer, Student Coach, Varsity Hockey, Basketball,
Volleyball, V. Volleyball, Hockey, Intramural Sports,
Major "F," Minor Numerals, Star, Scrapbook Com-
mittee, Farewell Assembly Committee, Spring Mixer, Silver
Anniversary Dance Committee, Foarswn.
Gund natural, sincere, and frientlly with everyone
Booster Club, Business Service Club, Intramural Sports,
Scrapbook Committee, Foizrsrur.
MYRA ELAINE Mille
Her intclligtntf is surpassed only liy her sutttncss.
Second Vice President Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club.
Four Square Club, List of Honor, List of Merit, Student
Ollicer, Business Service Club, Ping-Pong Club, Lawyers'
Guiltl, Student Coach, Intramural Sports, Numcrals, Minor
"F," Non-Athletic "F," Assistant Girls' Coaching Director,
Coaching Pin, Winter Festival, Kernan Christmas Party,
Chairman Committee of Five, Press, Foixusrrn.
His hard worlt and friendly smila malcc liim
a help to cvcryonf.
KENNETH L. GUYER, JR.
Pleasant and fcarlcss, anti has clcar attivt' mintl.
Boy's Leaders' Club, President Radio Club, Art Club, Chess
Club, President Stage Crew, Color Guartl.
As nicc and pltasant as a tlay in lunf.
Business Service Club, Lawyers' Guild, Intramuriil Sports,
HELENE HANKIN Hi nkic
A smilr ti day lcctps thc tloctor army.
List of Honor, List of Merit, Press Representative, Homeroom
Officer, Marylancl Club, Art Club, Shorthantl Club, lntrir
mural Sports, Banner Committee, Gift Committee, Foillsiitir.
Ambition: Happy and content.
lt's nicc to hc natural when yoifrc naturally nicc.
Four Square Club, List of Merit, Class Representative, Student
Oflicer, Homeroom Ollieer, Open Forum Club, Troupers,
Intramural Sports, Speakers' Committee, Non-Athletic
LENNA E. HANSGE Lenny
A licart full offrioadlincss, intclligfncc, and
Homeroom Ollicer, Glee Club, Business Service Club, BSA.
Boolclceeper, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: Christian Day school teacher.
EDWARD DEAL HARDESTY Laughing Boy
Pfrsonality plus Wisdom.
Ambition: Criminal lawyer.
JOAN HARRIS Joanie
Sweat and lovely things come in small paclcagrs.
List of Honor, Student Ollicer, Homeroom Ollicer, Glee Club,
Lawyers' Guild, Minor "F," Chairman Drama Assembly,
Transcription Committee, Seating Arrangement for Senior
Assemblies, Press, Foiuisrsn.
BETTY L. HARTZ Bel.-'S
Hcr imitations of different people liar: matlc
tltc class a lmppv group.
Business Service Club, Lawyers' Guild, Intramural Sports,
Banquet Commintee, Fonssrizn.
Ambition: Health, wealth, and wisdom.
CI'lu' Iiiglitst of tlistinctions is strvicu to otlivrs.
Girls' Leaders' Cluh, Booster CIuI1, List of Distinction, List
ol' Honor, List ol Merit, Student Oflicer, I'I01l'lCYO0I'l1 Officer,
Student Coach, Secretary and Treasurer Ilroupcrs, Maryland
Clulw, Radio Wtxrltslrtnp, Open Forum Clulv, Non'AthIetic
"F," Certihcate, Ring Committee, Kernan Party, Winter
Festival, Student Representative, Silver Anniversary Com-
mittee, Senior Farewell Assembly, Prrss, Fonrsrna.
Anilutionz College, travel to Israel.
FLORENCE HENKIN Flo
:I-Iii' str.ut'I'trry lrlontlc with tht' pleasing pfrsoimlity.
Student Olhcer, Troopers, Art Clulw, Glee Clulv, lnrramui-al
WILLIAM BURTON HENRY Bill
Still watfr runs tlrrp.
I.ist of Distinction, List ol' Honor.
STANLEY NORMAN HERR Stan
.Imlgrs situations and persons calmly with a full scnsc of
-iusticc, and has a limi mist of lmmor.
Opportunity Club, Student Officer, Intramural Sports, Band,
Orchestra, Non-Athletic Student Coach, Variety Show,
WILMA ANNE HIMES
Port, futr, and always ready to l1clp out wl1ci1 ncctlcrl.
List of Honor, Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
Major "F," Senior Inaugural Assemlwly, Senior Girls'
RUTH REGINA HIMMEL Jean
As good on thc atlalctic ,hrltl to slat is in thc classroom.
Booster Club, Business Service Club, Homeroom Ollieer,
bl. HV. Hockey, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Major
"F," junior Prom Committee, Foiozsrizn.
Ambition: Toboggan riding.
BEVERLY HOFFMAN Bev
An allrarouml girl, a real pal.
Vice President and Recording Secretary Biology Clulw, Intra'
mural Sports, Prrsx.
JOYCE HOFFMAN Hoff
Her merry laugh always rings through thc halls.
Homcroom Officer, Business Service Club, Lawyers' Guild,
Intramural Sports, Minor "F," Numerals, Gilt Committee.
Ambition: Private secretary.
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CHARLES HOFMANN Hoff
A loyal Forester and good atliletf.
-I. V. Football, Varsity Football.
Amlyitionz College football career.
A good disposition is a gift of nature.
Frcncli Club, Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports, Prom and
Banquet Committee, Fomssriciz.
DE ETTE L. HOLMES Dee
Full of originality, spice, and pep,
Treasurer Music Major Class, Intramural Sports, Numerals.
A small lvuntllc of fun ll'l10'5 always Tfildy with a laugli.
Business Service Club, Intramural Sports, Cbeerleader,
Senior Inaugural Dance Committee.
Amliition: Private secretary.
LYNN WILLIAM HOTCHKISS, III Buddy
Scrions iiilim licls liauing picture talzrn . . . otlierwisc
tlic cnt-np of tlir class.
Homeroom Officer, Intramural Sports, Varsity Track, V-
Aniliition: .Iobns Hopkins University, C.P.A.
FRANCES HARRIET HUNT
Ona pcrson wlio never grumlvlcs about liar troubles,
for slat doesn't liclieve in worrying.
Booster Club, Maryland Club, Student Ollicer, Press Repre-
sentative, Varsity Hockey, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
Prom and Banquet Committee.
NANCY JANE HUTTON Hutt
Typical American girl-f-sircct, cliarming, and t'ii'acious.
Varsity Club, Student Ollicer, Homeroom Ollicer, Class
Representative, Clee Club, Varsity Badminton, V. Basket'
ball, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Major "F,"
Non-Athletic Moderator junior Day Assembly, Senior
Inaugural Assembly, Senior Farewell Assembly, Senior Chorus,
LILLIAN IRELAND Lynn
A quiet gracious manner comlvincd witli a love for sports.
Business Service Club, Lawyers' Guild, Intramural Sports,
Numerals, Minor HF."
Amliition: Secretarial work.
Absence malces the heart grow fonder.
Troupers, Glee Club, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: To write a book.
MARGARET GENE JARRELL Genie
She is truly happy who can make others happy.
Booster Club, Student Oflicer, Glce Club, Maryland Club,
Special Chorus, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Chairman Rc-
freshment Committee Kernan Christmas Partv lnnuvurnl
. , . 1,
WILBUR JENKINS Janlc
A good boy and loyal Forester.
Ethical Club, Varsity Football, Baseball.
HAROLD JOFFE Hal
Charming and Suavc . . . The boy with the car.
Varsity Track, Intramural Sports, Student Olhcer, Trans'
Ambition: Business and commerce.
GLORIA JONES Dimples
Those dimplcd smiles and charming blushes.
Booster Club, Business Service Club, Cheerleader, lntrur
mural Sports, Kernan Christmas Party.
NEAL JONES Buzz
Called a func person and loyal Forester by his classmates.
BETTY LOU JORSS Sunshine
Charm and poise are hers to use at will.
Class Representative, Special Chorus, Camera Club, lntra'
mural Sports, Numcrals, Non'Athletic "F," Press.
Ambition: To live happily ever after.
JESSA L. KALLINS Jess
The rare combination of both brains and beauty.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Treasurer Four Square Club, List ol
Merit, Student Officer, Pmg'Pong Club, Lawyers' Guild,
Business Service Club, Student Coach, Intramural Sports,
Chairman Junior Prom Committee, FORESTER.
Ambition: Further educationg success in life.
MILDRED KAPLAN Mil
Vivacious, wrll lilccal., ami always ready will! a
Girls' Leaders' Clulv, List of Honor, List ol'Mer1t, Homeroom
Officer, Student Coach. Business Service Clulw, B S A. Boole-
lteeper, Intramural Sports, Non'Athletic "F," Ring Coin'
mittee, Business Manager Foro-:sir ix.
An1liition: To tour the world and always he happy.
ELAINE F. KARLOFF E
Ijl.iinr's Vflririxtlsliip .tml cliarniing niannrr .irc qitrilitim
all xlioulrl pti.tsrss.
Homeroom Oflicer, Clee Clulw. Lawyers' Guild, Intramural
Sports, Non'AtliIetic "F," Prom and Banquet Committee,
Ilranscription Committee, Press, Foro-s'i'ifn,
AlHl'lll0!1f Successful typistg worthwhile jolw.
ARLYN E. KATZ Arnie
Her iozyx arc trays nf plnzsaiitiicss.
Glee CIulu, Special Chorus.
STANLEY KATZEN Little Katzcn
One can't inmginc "Little Katzof' uitlmut tl smilr
ami .1 Jolly ivorrl for rifcryuiir.
Opportunity Cluln, Golf, Piasclwall Team, Senior Boys' Chorus.
Amlvition: Executive in clothing manufacturing.
PATRICIA ANNE KELLY Pat
Cutcnrss is tl rmnliinatiun of Patfs gnorl lunlcs
List of Honor, List of Merit, Student Ollicer, Hornerooin
OII'1cer, Sliorthantl Clulw, Home Economics Clulw, Intramural
Sports, Prom Committee.
ALWIN T. KIESSLING Al
Always active in sturlcnt gnvcrmncnt ami atlalrrim.
Student Representative, Homeroom Ollicer, Senior Boys'
Chorus, Varsity Lacrosse, Al. V. Football, Intramural Sports,
Manager Varsity Football. Press.
Amlution: Automobile mechanic.
Has lmtli a melting smile anal a smiling mannrr.
Booster Clulw, I-Iomeroom Ollicer, Maryland Clulw, Intramural
Sports, Spring Mixer, Foizesrra.
IRMA KITT K ittcn
If cacl1 of liar AfYlfl1ilS was a dollar, slit wnultl
lic .x millioiiairc.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Clulw, Student Court Cluel-
justice, Cabinet, Senator, Student Officer, Student Coach,
Representative. Homeroom Officer, Business Service Clulw,
Intramural Sports, Cheerleader, Chairman Senior Inaugural
Assembly, junior Day Committee, Typing Committee, Kernan
Christmas Party, Speakers Committee, Spring Mixer, Prrsx,
Amliitionf Business career.
IEAN KITT Kitten
As su'cft as sugar, rcrsatilc, personality plus.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, Vice President june '49
Class, List of Honor, Homeroom Otlicer, Business Service
Club, Cheerleader, Numerals, Minor "F," lntramural Sports,
Kernan Christmas Party, Spring Mixer.
Amliition: Secretary, MRS. degree.
To know lifr is to lilcr licr.
Student Ollicer, Class Representative, Open Forum Club.
Lawyers' Guild, lntramural Sports, junior Day Assembly,
Committee, Press, Foal-:srl-'n.
Amliition: Success in the business world.
DAVID ALAN KOLSETH
A popular antl good looking guy,
1. V. Football, AI. V. and Varsity lce Hockey, Softball, Home'
room Ollieer, Prrss.
Amlvition: Good job and marriage.
JOAN KONOW Hon
With lwauty, grace, roicc ilirincg surrly thi' wry
world is tliinc.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, List of Honor, List of
Merit, Special Chorus, President and Recording Secretary
Glee Club, j. V. Basketball, Numerals, Non'Athletic "F,"
A Cappella Choir, Winter Festival Cast, Chairman Kerman
Christmas Party, Chairman Christmas Assembly Editorin-
Amlvition: Lawyer's secretary.
ELAINE KOTLOWITZ Kotty
Littlr, lwut goes a long, long way, this girl comliincs
l1otl1 work and play.
Treasurer Girls' Leaders' Club, Varsity Club, List of Honor,
List of Merit, Student Coach, Glee Club, Special Chorus,
j. V. and Varsity Hockey, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
"F," Senior Inaugural Program Committee, Press, Foiussrlsa.
Ainlxition: Satisfy her ambitions.
FAYE KOVENS Fel:
A girl with a licart and a smile whosc personality malccs
Four Square Club, List of Merit, Homeroom Ollicer, Student
Ofhcer, President Open Forum Club, Troopers, Intramural
Sports, Non'Athletic "F," Entertainment Chairman Kernan
Christmas Party, Senior Farewell Committee, Fonnsrsn.
SONDRA KRAMER Sonny
Will always lic tlic crntcr of attraction wlicrcvcr sl1c goes.
Amliition: Receptionist, marriage.
KATHERINE KRAUSS Kay
Hcr rmlcauors arc many, liar accomplishments
worthy of note.
Cvirls' Leaders' Club, Varsity Club, List of Distinction, List of
Honor, Student Ollicer, Student Coach, Homeroom Officer,
Varsity Badminton, Captain Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey,
V. Basketball, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F,"
Major Star, Second Star, Non-Athletic "F," Coaching
Certificate, Chairman junior Town Meeting Assembly,
Hair of galil, eyes of lilac.
List of Honor, Spanish Club, Homeroom Oflicer, Student
Officer, Intramural Sports, Non-Athletic "F," junior Day
ESTELLE ANN KRONBERG Ifstlicr
Kam sense of l1um0r-always rratly for fun.
Business Service Club, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: Travel and see the world.
ELAINE CHARLOTTE KUPFER Kup
Nlystfry lits lvcliiml tlwsc beautiful eyes.
Open Forum Club, lntiamural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F,"
Decoration Committee, Transportation Committee.
WILLIAM B. LANDIS Bill
Better to llc silent than utter meaningless words.
Booster Club, Chess Club, Color Guard, V. Basltetball,
BRAI-INA LAPAK Bobbie
The lvcst things tome in small paclcagcs,
Cilee Club, Special Chorus, Intramural Sports.
RACHAEL LEBOFF Rue
Struct antl lowly .mil 0l1, so lean, nothing hitter
for a Jrvam.
Lawyers' Guild, Open Forum Club, Clce Club, Special
Chorus, Intramural Sports, Non'Atl1lt:tic "F," Scrapbook
MARY MARGARET LENTZ Madge
Cliarming, pretty. anti just as clfvcr at sh: is sivzct.
Student Ofhcer, Homeroom Ollicer, Clee Club, Special Chorus,
Representative, Intramural Sports, junior Prom Committee,
CHARLOTTE RUTH LEVIN
Hfr many fricmls art liar rcwanl for licr swcct ilispositioii.
Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports, Numcrals, Non-
Athletic "F," May Day Committee, Transportation Com-
DORIS S. LEVIN Dar
High as licr iilcals.
Booster Club, Homeroom Oflicer, lntramural Sports, Numerals,
Kernan Christmas Party, Senior Inaugural Assembly Com'
INGRID LOEHNBERG Inga
Talent is ilcvclopttl in quirtq cliarattcr in tlic strmm
of the iwrlnl,
German Club, Intramural Sports, Prom and Banquet Com'
DONNA LORECK Don
Mrrrily sltc plotls lifts iifizyferasyi tome, msy go,
Booster Club, Open Forum Club, Student Officer, Coaching
Pin, United Nations Youth, Spring Mixer, Prfss, Fortssrmt.
WILLIAM A. LUFBURROW Liiff
Ht' tmitriliutcx his littlr liit liy his cvrrlasting wit.
Boys' Leaders' Club, Intramural Sports, Motion Picture Squad,
Moderator .lunior Town Meeting, Senior Boys' Chorus.
Ambition: Methodist ministry.
MARY ALEXANDRA MACISAAC Sandy
Vitality and tltarm arc only ti part of Santly's prrsnnality,
for slit etccls in athletics aml scliiml work, too.
President Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, Varsity Club,
Senator, List of Distinction, List of Honor, Homeroom Officer,
Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Baslcetballhl. V. Volleyball,,l. V.
Baslcetball, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Non-
DEVERA MELDA MAGGID Dcc
:X lmrtl irorltrr, full of :cst, irlio is surc to lw
tr great suctrss.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Four Square Club, Booster Club, List
of Honor, Student Ollicer, Student Coach. Corresponding
Secretary Camera Club, Red Cross Club, Glee Club, Special
Chorus, Corresponding Secretary French Club, Maryland
Club, Recording Secretary United Nations Club, Intramural
Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Major "F," Scrapbook Com-
mittee, Banner Committee, Winter Festival, Spring Mixer,
Ambition: College, Archeology.
SYLVIA MANACHER Syl
Quirt, tlctcrminnl, and limoitl to sitmul.
List ol' Honor, List ol' Merit, Glee Club, Camera Club, Red
Cross Club, Business Service Club, Student Coach, Non'
Athletic "F," Typing Committee, Pi-rss, Fonnsrr-in,
ALICE R. MARGOLIN Arm
lil it S poist, SIITCIIIEXS, ptrsonrllity imil al roll ,firlfnfss
and warmtla you want, Alice will ccrtainly jill.
the vrtlcr pi'rfi't'tly.
Vice President Ctrls' Leaders' Club, Recording Secretary
Booster Club, IOA Senator, Chess Club, List ol Honor, List
ol Merit, Class Representative, Student Ollicer, Glee Club,
PrngfPong Club, Special Chorus, lnterrbligli Chorus, Intra-
mural Sports, Non'Atbletie "F," Recording Secretary junior
CHARLES MARGOLIS Cliarley
A jolce is Charles' motto, a smilz bis emblem, and a
host of friends liis good, good fortune.
Boys' Leaders' Club, President Opportunity Club, Cabinet,
French Club, Open Forum Club.
A wonderful friend and classmate, lias a pleasing
Her subtle laumor brings laughs from all.
Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Major
"li," Senior Farewell Assembly Committee, Senior Girls'
GENEVIEVE MATTHEWS Genny
Friendly smile and swcet ways no om: could do witliout.
Ambition: Happy marriage.
DOROTHY ANN MCCLOSKEY Dot
Nothing endures but personal qualities.
Biology Club, Art Club, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: See the world.
BETTY SUE MCCULLOUGH Bets
Personality plus vivaciousness puts snnsliine and happiness
into cvcryonc's life.
Varsity Club, Booster Club, Student Officer, Representative,
Recording Secretary Senior Class, Varsity Volleyball, Varsity
Badminton, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Homeroom Officer,
Silver Anniversary Dance Committee, Spring Mixer, Foiussrua.
Ambition: College degree.
VIRGINIA ANNE MEAD Ginny
A spirit superior to every weapon.
Booster Club, Homeroom Oflicer, Maryland Club, Intramural
Sports, Decoration Committee, Step Singing Committee.
JOSEPH DAVID MECHANICK jerry
'Tlicrc are two sides to every question-minc
and tlic riglit side.
Opportunity Club, Senior Boys' Chorus, Foaesrisn
ANITA MEYER Needy
Her swrctncss is only surpassed by lur pvrsomzlity.
Four Square Club, List of Merit, Student Coach, Homcroom
Ollicer, Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports,
Numerals Prom Committee Senior Iniu ural Committee,
Chairniaiil Lost and Found, FQLRESTI-'R, A g
NORMA G. MEYER Norm
A merry licart .loctla goool.
List ol' Honor, List of Merit, Spanish Club, Student Olhcer,
Intramural SP0l'fS,'ILll1l0I' Day Chorus.
BARBARA MEYEROWITZ Bobbie
Slic is jolly, yr! serious, funrloring, yet sincere.
List of Honor, Camera Club, Open Forum Club, French Club,
Radio Workshop, Biology Club, Maryland Club, President
Serihblers' Club, Lllec Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," Prvss.
Amliitionr A famous writer.
BARBARA MILLER Bm-Ii
'Tis tl true friend u'lio has nnu1yfrit'mls.
List of Honor, List of Merit, Student Oiiicer, Numerals,
Intramural Sports, junxor Prom Committee, Prom and Banquet
FRANCES MILLER Frannie
Whcvn you mtct har, you Inna- sem tlic utmost in
sweetness and clmrm.
Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Student Ollicer, Intramural
MARTIN STANLEY MILLER Feet
Grrat personality and a mind that will talcc him far.
Chess Club, Open Forum Club, Troupers, Student Officer,
Intramural Sports, Movie Operator.
Amlvitionz Another Don juan.
NANCEY LEE MOLL Nance
Simple and swrrt-sIir's a fricnol to all u'l1o ltnou' her.
Booster Club, Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Kerman Christmas
Party, Winter Festival, Correspondence Committee, Step
Singing Committee, I:OIlES'l'liR.
Amlvition: Bard Avon.
MARJORIE FAYE MONFRED Marge
Hur wit is as sharp as liar nature is sweet.
Girls' Leaders' Club, List of Honor, List of Merit, Student
Olhcer, Camera Club, Business Service Club, Intramural
Sports, School Banlc, Non'AthIetic "F," Seating Arrangement
lor Senior Assemblies, Typing Committee, Banner Committee,
Senior Inaugural Program Committee, Press, FORESTER.
Amlvition: To live in California.
VIRGINIA MONROE Ginnie
Her goool natnrc has conqncrcil thc hearts of many.
List of Honor, Student Oflicer, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," junior Day Committee, Prom and Banquet Com'
Ambition: Syracuse University.
PATRICIA ANNE MOORE Pat
Hcr gootl hnmor and gootl loolcs will talcc licr far.
List of Honor, Treasurer Varsity Club, Student Officer,
Shorthand Club, Varsity Hockey, Varsity Basketball, V.
Basketball, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor Major
Star, Senior Inaugural Dance Committee.
SHEILA MORRELL Rowdy
Gentle in manncr, with a willing hand.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, Student Oflicer, Home'
room Representative, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Non-
Athletlc "F," Banner Committee, Prom and Banquet Committee,
jANICE MARILYN MORSTEIN Mort y
A good disposition is more valuable than gold.
Clee Club, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: An expert typlst.
ELIZABETH MAY MURPH Betty
Charm, poise, anti gracioiisncssdlicr cntirc fortune.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, Homeroom Olhcer,
Homeroom Representative, Art Club, Vice President Red
Cross Club, Intramural Sports, Chairman Spring Mixer,
Chairman Scrapbook Committee. Fonssruz.
Ambition: Kindergarten teacher,
RANDOLPH DOWDELL NEAR Reds
Rui hair minus thc tfmptr.
Manager Varsity Football Team, Manager Varsity Lacrosse
Ambition: Mechanical work.
RUTH R. NEUHOF
Wcll lruoun by licr liroatl smile .intl British afcfnt.
Shorthand Club, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: Doctor's secretary.
RITA PHYLLIS NICHELSON Nick
Never a worry, ntver a care, liappyfgorluclcy fl'CYylI'l1CTC.
Camera Club, I-Iomeroom Oflicer, Varsity Ping-Pong, Intra-
mural Sports. Senior Inaugural Assembly Committee.
Ambition: Medical secretary.
ELAINE NICHOLSON Niki
Slac has a lirarl of gold xttrpcrl in n1iscl1ief.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Four Square Club, Booster Club,
Student Ofhcer, Student Coach, Homeroom Officer, Clee
Club, Special Chorus, Maryland Club, French Club. Record'
ing Secretary Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," Non-Athletic "F," Kernan Christmas Party,
Prom and Banquet Committee, Press, Foarfsrrsir.
Amliition: Europe, then college,
ARNOLD NIEDERMAN Arnie
Silent type . . . sharp dresser and has o deep appreciation
of tlu' fairer sat.
Boys' Leaders' Club, Opportunity Club, Senior Boys' Chorus.
EVON NOBLES Princess
lt's nolvlt' to lic good, and lcinil, and swcct.
Booster Club, Ulee Club, Business Service Club, Cheer'
leader, Intramural Sports, Prrxs.
Ambition: Success in work and in any endeavor.
WALLACE LEE NOLKER
Swell guy and liked by all his classmatrs, Jill a
grand jolt on Varsity Football Tram.
Ethical Club, Varsity Football.
Her helping lmnrl vnalccs licr rl whrroritc among all.
List of Honor, List of Merit, Representative, Shorthand Club,
Maryland Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F."
SIMON OFFIT Sie
Dark lmir, snlvtlc smile, sur-Il fellow, and rl gootl pal.
Boys' Leaders' Club, Opportunity Club, Booster Club, Art
Club, Senior Boys' Chorus, june 1949 Class Treasurer, Home-
room Oflicer, Varsity Tennis, Manager Tennis Team, Intra-
mural Sports, junior Day Assembly Committee,
Girls irritate mc. l low to lu' irritated.
Homeroom Officer, Varsity Traclc.
NATALIE ORTISI Lena
Brown lnxir, lvrown cyrs, ltrr clnxrms arc tluosc wr iilolizv.
Varsity Club, Business Service Club, Open Forum Club,
Homerooin Officer, Varsity Field Hockey, Intramural Sports,
Numerals, Minor lnaugural Assembly Program, Dance
Amlvition: Private secretary.
FAGA OSHRY Fagic
Brown hair and liiiigliing fyfsg iz rlc1'il's girl lint
yt! shc's wisc.
List of Honor, Homeroom Ofhcer, Glce Club, Special Chorus,
Open Forum Club, Treasurer French Club, Intramural Sports,
Minor "F," Kernan Christmas Party, junior Day Assembly
IAMES OTTER ji m m ic
The will to tio, tlic soul to Jars.
Band, Intramural Sports.
MARY LOUISE PEASE Lou
Har laughtcr may lic heard wlicrcvcr slric appears.
Business Service Clubplntramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
"F,"jun1or Day Committee.
ATHENA PISTOLAS Tina
Her uuvs are ways of pltasantncss.
Student Officer, Treasurer French Club, Glee Club, United
Nations Club, Open Forum Club, Maryland Club, Intramural
Sports, Scrapbook Committee.
RHONA LYNN POLLACK Rho
Attractimicss is part of hcr charm.
Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Student Officer, Intramural
Sports, Banner Committee, Foaesrsn.
ELIZABETH POTEET Liz
Cfliosc who say thc least accomplisli thc most.
Girls' Leaders' Club, List of Honor, Glee Club, Specia
Chorus, Camera Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
"F," N0n'Atl1letlC HF."
PETER S. RAYMOND Pete
His hard work and outstanding leadership will
bring him succtss.
Boys' Leaders' Club, President Booster Club, Opportunity
Club, Biology Club, Glee Club, Special Chorus, Radio
Workshop, Non'Athletic Class Representative, Cabinet
Member, Chairman Spring Mixer, President Music Majors,
Ambition: Success in life.
ARNOLD jAY REISER
Curiosity killed the cat. Satisfaction lvrought it lmclc.
Boys' Leaders' Club, Biology Club, Treasurer Chess Club,
"Assistant Boys' Coaching Director.
DOROTHY ELIN REYEUR Dotty
Silrncf is golden, hut it snmctimrs hliishcs.
lirls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, Vice President Varsity
llub, Treasurer Camera Club, Varsity Hockey, Captain
Jarsity Basketball, Varsity Volleyball, V. Hockey, gl. V.
Jolleyball, Intramural Sports, Star, Major "F," Minor "F,"
ANNETTE RICKLIN Rickie
Swcrt, mat, aml petit: with .1 magnetic personality.
Homeroom OIIieer, Glee Club, Business Service Club, Cheer-
leader, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Gift Committee, Prrss,
EILSA S. RING
Lovely to loolc at, ilclightful to lcnoirl
-ist of Honor, List of Merit, Homeroom Treasurer, Cwlee Club,
I'roupers Club, Shortlianrl Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Vlinor "F," Non-Athletic "F," Typing Committee, Senior
naugural Dance Committee, B.S.A, Bank, Prrss.
A small package of fun, -fraiilmtss, and -fricmllincss.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, Homeroom President,
Art Club, Intramural Sports, Non'Atbletic "F," Senior
Inaugural Dance Committee, FORFSTER.
IUNE MARIE ROSE
Better hc small and shinc, than great and cast a shrwlow.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Secretary and Treasurer Booster Club,
-ist of Honor, List of Merit, Student Officer, Homeroom
Dllicer, Arr Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Non-Athletic
'F," Kernan Cbristmas Party, Chairman Banner Committee,
Qpring Mixer, Gift Committee, Designed Bookplate lor
'Books for Norway," Fokssrisk.
LEONARD ROSEN Lenny
Carcfrtc antl gay, his full of play.
Chess Club, Glee Club, Intramural Sports, Senior Boys'
Ambition: Build a peaceful forthcoming generation.
MIGNON SUE ROSEN Min
Hn pleasant smile untl swan manner malta
her lcnoun to all.
List of Merit, Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Lawyers'
Guild, Intramural Sports, Movie Projectionist, Gift Com'
Ambition: Live happily ever after.
DAVID E. ROSENBERG
Hu who iiulhs snftly gots far.
List of Honor, Chess Club, Stutlent Coach, Varsity Track,
Football, Intramural Sports.
LORRAINE LEE ROSENBERG Cross
Sinccrity intcrminglod with honor, truth, antl loyalty.
Special Chorus, Glee Club, Art Club,
Amhition: Raise a family.
RONA GAIL ROSENBERG Ronnie
Always on thc spot and rcatly to offer hcr scrvices.
Booster Club, List of Honor, Chess Club, President Library
Club, Student Officer, lntramural Sports, Non-Athletic "F,"
Correspondence Committee, Fonvsrsa.
VIRGINIA MAE ROSS Ginny
Ginny is simply and naturally nicr.
EILEEN R. RUDICK I
Always pleasant company becausc of that terrific personality.
List of Merit, Homeroom Officer, Glee Club, Business Service
Club, Lawyers' Guild, Intramural Sports, junior Prom Com'
mittee, Farewell Assembly Committee, Prrss, Foansrsn.
Ambition: Medical secretary.
GILBERT RUPPRECHT Rupp
Strong, silrnt typf.
Ethical Club, V. Football.
His alvility to worlc and a good scnsc of humor will
help him achieve his ambitions.
Lawyers' Guild, Business Service Club, Prrss.
Amhition: General olhce worlc.
CAROLYN E. SACHS sq,
Wit and Ila'fUll'111dy'CdYC attitude arc a sure cure
for the hlucs.
Booster Club, Student Officer, Treasurer Spanish Club, lntra'
mural Sports, Numerals, Minor HF."
IRIS ANNE SACHS
Har soft voice cxprcsscs her grntlc natnrc.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Corresponding Secretary Four Square
Club, Booster Club, List of Honor, Student Ollicer, Student
Coach, Troupers, Secretary Radio Workshop, Glee Club,
Open Forum Club, Special Chorus, French Club. Intramural
Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Major Non-Athletic "F,"
Certificate, Decorations Committee, Chairman History Assem-
ACQUELINE FAYE SACHS Jackie
Dimple in chin, devil within.
'lnrylnnd Club, Treasurer German Club, V. Ping'Pong,
atramural Sports, Numerals.
ELAINE S. SAGNER Saggy
Always happy, always gay, always talking, so they say.
IONALD SAMET Ron
If worlc interferes with plvasurc, do away with worlc.
Sparkling and gay-a wit to wilc your lilucs away.
Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Decorations
fIARRIET E. SCHAIN Har
There is something diffcrcnt about liar quiet attractiveness.
lomeroom Officer, Cwlee Club, Shorthand Club, Corres
JOAN SCHINKER jo
As swcct in her personality as slit is smart in her grades.
Cvirls' Leaders' Club, Corresponding Secretary Four Square
Club, Booster Club, List of Distinction, List of Honor, List
of Merit, Student Olhcer, Homeroom President, President
French Club, Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports, Student
Court, Numerals, Minor Non'Athletic Chairman
Banquet Committee, Foiussrian.
Ambition: Medical secretary.
BEVERLY SCHRETER Bev
Always gooduiaturetl, sincrrc, and rhfcrful.
Girls' Leaders' Club, List of Honor, List of Merit, Student
oacli, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Fonnsrnn.
INA SCHUCALTER I
Her rare srnsc of humor and sparkling wit made
liar one of thc class' most jovial mcmlicrs.
Four Square Club, List of Honor, President Spanish Club,
Open Forum Club, Student Officer, Intramural Sports, Minor
"F," junior Prom Committee, Kernan Christmas Party,
WILMA HARRIET SCHULMAN Willy
Gooil sense ond gooil natnrc arf nrvrr scparatr.
Four Square Club, List ol' Distinction, List of Honor, List ol
Merit, Open Forum Club, French Club, Clee Club, Maryland
Club, Intramural Sports, Numernls, Minor Non-Athletic
"F," Ring Committee, Senior Inaugural Dance Committee,
Step Singing Committee.
Ambition: Syracuse University.
JOAN MARIE SCHUMACHER
Beauty plus liroins arc ltcrs. Wliat more van yon oslc?
Vice President Girls' Leaders' Club. Booster Club, List ol'
Honor, Student Olliccr, Homeroom Oflicer, Student Coach,
Nurses' Aitle, Intramural Sports, Numerals, -Iunior Prom Comf
mittee, Chairman Decorations Committee,
MARJORIE SCHWARTZ Margie
Maolc many ii olnll period liriglit liccansi' sl1c's a
gooil mircr anti is wry lininorous.
Spanish Club, Intramural Sports, Senior Farewell Committee,
ROBERTA LEE SCOTT Bobby Lcc
A licart witli room for rifcrylvotly.
Booster Club, List of Merit, Homeroom Ollicer, j. V. Field
Hockey, Intramural Sports, Spring Mixer Committee, Senior
Farewell Committee, Fonesriin.
Amliition: Fashion designer of women's clothes.
MARIAN SEIDEL Bootsic
A sparkling smilc and liost of friends arc proof enough
of licr cliarming personality anti attractiiir manner.
BASSIE SELTZER Bobbie
Hcr wit anil liiimor will talcc licr far and lvring lirr
Intramural Sports, Winter Festival, Chairman Play Committee
for junior Day Assembly, Press.
If you prqfcr lilondcs, l1fTC,S onc with an almnclanrc of
personality and cliarm.
Four Square Club, List of Honor, List of Merit, Treasurer
Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Student Officer, Intramural
Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Winter Festival,
BERNICE SHEER Bunny
Slit sprcails snnsliinc and gooil linmor among licr fricinls.
Business Service Club, Open Forum Club, Glee Club, lntra'
Amliition: Business college, meclical secretary.
SONIA SIDLIN Sunny
Slu' will succml in plwtograpliy .mil popularity.
Student Ofhcer, Homeroom Ofhcer. President Camera Clulu,
I.iht.iry Clul1,Nurses' Aide, Lawyers' Guild, Shorthand Cluh,
Intramural Sports, Kcrnan Christmas Party, Foiusrrn.
BERNICE SIGLER Bunny
Prttly to wall: iritli, witty lu tall: with.
Girls' Lcntlers' Cluh. Varsity Cluh. Booster Clulw, Homeroom
Ollicer Homcroom Re rcsentntive, j. V. Yollcylmll, Intm'
II1lII'.Il gPUI'tS, p
Ambition: Further education.
HELEN M. SIGLER Slmrtic
:flat girl irirh tltr turl an ltcr if-0Tt'llidil, lirr nicc attitutlc
anil plfasant ways multi ltfr tl lar-fly person ta l4Il0ll'.
Stutlent Ollicer, Non'Athletic "F," Glee Clulu, Lawyers
Gtultl, Senior Girls' Chorus, Special Chorus, FoRFs'iri1.
TOBY SILVERBERG CI-oI1L'
Ncvrr itllc, nfvcr still: always talking, tall: slit will.
Booster Cluh, List ol' Honor, Student Coach, Special Chorus,
Glen Cluh, French Cluh, Open Forum Cluh, Maryland Club,
Intmmurgil Sports, Numerals, Minor Gift Committee,
FRANCES SINDLER Fran
To know liar is a plcasnrcg to Iva lrcr frirml a priifilrgf,
United Nations Clulw, French Cluh, Maryland Cluh, Open
Forum Cluh, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor "F," Major
"F," Prom .ind Banquet Committee, Fonusrrk
Swcri. of nature, swcct ofhfacc.
Clec Cluh, Special Chorus.
SONYA LEE SIRKIN Sunny
A lowly roicc, u pretty smilc, and a gootl disposition
all maltc ltcr a grand pcrson.
Four Square Cluh, Glec Club, Special Chorus, Intramural
Sports, Non'Athletic UF."
BARBARA SKAIST Balws
Hcr swcct ilisposition and jim character arc shown in
all sl1c says and dots.
Four Square Club, Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Intra-
murxil Sports, Numenils, Correspondence Committee.
CAROLYN IRIS SLESS Chick
jovial, fnnfloving, and liked by all.
Glee Club, Special Chorus, Business Service Club, Intramural
Sports, Prom and Banquet Committee.
Her willingness to work will achieve a great goal in life.
Lawyers' Guild, Glee Club, Intramural Sports, B.S.A. Bank
junior Prom Committee, Press,
.IEAN VIRGINIA SMITH
Sweetest artist tbere is.
LEATRICE SMULWITZ Lea
Five feet eleven, full of charm, grace, and poise.
Art Club, Student Oflicer, Red Cross Representative, Home-
room Officer, Banner Committee, Chairman Senior Farewell
Assembly Committee, Fomssrsir.
ALMA SOLLOD Al
Cbarming, poised, anal lovely to look at.
Glee Club, Business Service Club, Intramural Sports, Senior
Ambition: Medical secretary.
OYCE SOLOMON 0 Cie
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Like a rose of loveliness.
Four Square Club, Student Officer, Homcroom Olhcer, Repre'
sentative, Open Forum Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Ambition: Successful marriage.
JOHN DONALD STANIER Don
He smiled and tbe shadows departed.
Opportunity Club, Booster Club, School Bank, Orchestra,
Intramural Sports, Senior Boys' Chorus.
Ambition: Name band leader.
RUTH ELLEN STANSBURY Rufus
There is no genius in life like tl1at of energy
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, Homeroom Officer,
Student Representative, Glee Club, junior Prom Committee,
Speakers' Committee, Editorfin-Chief Press.
JAMES M. STINE jim
just as nitc as they come.
Anilwitionz President of a large corporation.
WILLIAM B. STITZ Bi I I.
For his a jolly good ftllow, . .
Ethical Culb, Varsity Football, Varsity Lacrosse, Intramural
Sports, Senior Boys' Chorus,
MARLENE STOUCK Mickey
Her ready smile' and swcct ways malcc liar popular.
Four Square Club, Booster Club, Glee Club, Intramura
Sports, Prcss, Foiu-zsrm.
CHARLES ROLAND SULLIVAN, JR. Sully
Always a laugh, anti full of fun, lvut always arountl
when work is to be olonc.
Boys' Leaders' Club, Opportunity Club, List of Honor, List
of Merit, Student Coach, Homeroom Officer, Senior Boys'
Chorus, Varsity Traclt, ll. V. Football, Intramural Sports,
Prom Committee, Decorations Committee, FORESTER.
Amliition: Success in college.
Scrious, earnest, cooperative.
Treasurer Boys' Leaders' Club, Homeroom Otlieer, Chess Club,
Business Service Club, Troupers, Typing Committee, Prcss,
Ambition: Enter the business world.
Gentlemen, tlicy say, prefer lrlondrs. A look at Virginia
tclls us why.
Booster Club, List of Honor, Nurses' Aide, Homeroom Officer,
Student Olhcet, Student Coach, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," Senior Inaugural Dance Committee.
ARTHUR TAYLOR Otts
Docsn't liauc much to say, lint when you get to know
him, you discover liim to be most friendly.
j. V. Football.
Amlvition: Get out of school and open a business.
GERALD TAYLOR Jerry
Take things as you ,find tlicm.
VI. V. Football, Manager of Varsity Baseball,
Ambition: Cvet out of school.
Just like wine, Slifrry gocs to your lifatl.
Red Cross Clulw, Shorthand Cluh, Maryland Cluh, United
Nations Youth, lntrtunural Sports, Nuinerals, Minor HF."
Amliiiion: Medical secretary.
JOHN B. THOMPSON Bu::y
Buzzy to luis -fricinlsg tliizt ninms crtryluvtly.
List of Merit, Homeroom Olhcer, Senior Boys' Chorus, J, V.
Basltetlnall Captain, Gilt Committee,
LIBBY TOPAZ Lil.
Hfr liiugli will ring tlirougli zln- lialls lung .zfittr slicfs lift.
Student Ollicer, Lawyers' Guild, Intramural Sports, l'rm,
Amliition: Eat, clrinlc, and be merry.
BONNIE TOWNER Bc
Hrr swcrliicss anil liriglitncss will lmrl lirr to sui'i'rss.
Girls' Leaders' Clula, List of Distinction, List of Honor,
Student Officer, Homeroom Ollicer. Vice President and Sccre'
tary Maryland Club, Clee Club, Special Chorus, Student
Coach, Senior Girls' Chorus, Intramural Sports, Non1Athletic
"F," Certificate, Junior Day Assembly, Play Committee,
Speakers' Committee, Kernnn Christmas Party, Prrsx, Foiuasritii.
Amlwition: College degree in education.
CHARLES STEWART WAESCHE, JR.
A little nonsfnsc nou' and tlicn is rclislictl liy tlic
lvcst of mfn.
Boys' Leaders' Cluh, Vice President Ethical Club, Student
Coach, Varsity Lacrosse, V. Basketball, lntramural Sports,
HOWARD WEBER, JR. XXJCIVIJ
Bcst loioun for liis genial clmractcrg thc mtclianical
genius of thc shop rooms.
Homeroom Officer, Band.
BETTY WEINBAUM Bets
A rarc compountl of pcrsonality, -fun, antl -frolic.
Girls' Leaders' Cluh, Four Square Club, List of Honor, List
of. Merit, Orchestra, lntramural Sports, Numerals, Prom Com-
Ambition: Social worker,
FRANKLYN JOSEPH WEINBERG
His good trmpcr, liltc a sunny Jay, spmztls liglitnrss
irlicrcrfr lic is.
Camera Club, Band, Senior Boys' Chorus, Varsity Basketball
RAYMOND WEINBERG Buddy
He furnishes plrnty of humor anil wit for ilu' class.
Cliess Club, Open Forum Club, Captain Varsity Tennis,
Intramural Tennis Medal, Iransportation Committee.
Aniliition: College and business world.
MILLIE WEINBLATT M il
In luzr own quit! uuy, slit lias mort tlmn prowii lirr ll70Tlll.
List ol' Honor, List of Merit, Homeroom Ollicer, Sliortliancl
Club, Intramural Sports. Ring Committee, Kernan Christmas
Party, Senior Inaugural Assembly Committee,
JOAN WEISMAN Jonnic
Chopin liail nothing on licr.
Biology Club, Spanish Club. Art Club, Glee Club, Intramural
Sports, Cilit Committee, Prom and Banquet Committee, Press.
RONA LEE WEITZMAN Ron
Har artistic aliility will lcail to siiccrsx.
Girls' Leaders' Club, Booster Club, List ol' Distinction, List
of Honor, List ol' Merit, Art Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Minor "F," Non'Atbletic "F," Banner Design, Kernan
Christmas Party, Winter Festival, Poster Committee, Senior
Inaugural Program Design, Senior Inaugural Dance Program.
Ambition: Commercial artist.
HAZEL VIRGINIA WEST Haze
A friendly, ltiml, and sircct nalnrc lms nmtlc licr
Library Club, Red Cross Club, Glec Club, Maryland Club,
CLINTON E. WHITE, II Skip
Don't forget to lcccp your fact on the ground, wliilc
your luad is in thc clouds.
Lilac Club, President Special Chorus, Senior Boys' Chorus,
Manager Track Team, Intramural Sports, Prom Committee.
Ambition: Sing on television.
BETTY JEAN WILHIDE Betts
A luaming smilf lvaclcctl liy a lovalvlc clmrizctcr.
Booster Club, Varsity Club, Student Ofbcer, Glee Club,
Special Chorus, French Club, Maryland Club, Open Forum
Club, Varsity Badminton, Intramural Sports, Numerals, Minor
"F," junior Day Assembly Committee, Press, Foniasrisix.
Ainliition: Western Maryland College.
SHIRLEY WOLBERG Shirl
To know lifr is a plcasnrc, to lic lifr friend
is a privilege.
Business Service Club, Home Economics Club,
Ainliitionz Live in comfort.
Bcttzr late than never.
Glce Club, Special Chorus.
CHARLES EVERETT WOOD
An all-round fellow and a good pal.
Senior Boys' Chorus, Intramural Sports.
Ambition: Automobile mechanic.
Bccausz sh: is so ambitiaus, slu will go far.
Homeroom Representative, Homeroom, Ollicer, Library Club
Maryland Club, Shorthand Club, Lawyers' Guild, Nurses:
Aide, United Nations Club, Intramural Sports, Numerals,
Non-Athletic "F," Kernan Christmas Party, Fonssnan.
Ambition: Study Law.
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l'r.xnli'iil, Kl, fXlwr.iimon3 l im Vni l,i'i'siili'i1l, A, Miirigimling Srimiil Vlii l3i'i'.wiili'l1I, SUl1lIIl1klCl1EI'Q Si'-i'i'liiry, A. Qiultlstving lriixiii 1 l
girfd 7 ffeaclerd 2
l'J.VI-i'lIilSlII'l', liilulily, Fivnxl Piiifk' . , , directs
maflnng, Hl'Tlg'J.I'lkl'llfflC Sister" Appoint'
ments . . . lun-, loyalty, lniilcrsliiy . . . aims tn
luster responsibility, high ideals, leiulcrsliip,
lm-.iltv to school and scliool activities . . A
Aili'ixi'i's: Miss Becker and Miss Krnimr
Ufliucrw- Pinixitlpiit, C.irol rXlwr.iinsim
, . ,
l'i'i'xiili'i1t, Alice Margoling S.'.'.+ii.l lift 3 t
ilt'l1l,.l02lI1 Sliumticlierg Si'i'i'uliii'y, Ailccn Qin L
Steing Cl'i'i'axiii'i'r, Elaine Kotlowitz.
l'iuxnlm1, A. R.itltlnt-kg Vim l'riwnlin1,-I. liurtl, R.'iur.lmg Si.ril.n-y, tl. iilnn i
5i'i'i'i'Iili'v, l, Sarlis, 'l'i'i'm1iv'ir',
9.114.111 .Nlli'i'!llIxQ '... .1n0tl'1Cr lint
xcrvicc imrgiiiiizatioii ,... 1 ims to Llc'
vclop liigli nioral clmructcr anil in
ciliicnl iittitutlc . , . olltcn prcsents
xpcalxcrx to nicmlwcrc i , . npcratcs
lint .intl l'-ULIl1Ll . . , lircwcll tlutics
. . , cnntrilwulcs to Real Cross pro-jf
cuts . . . !Xili'i.vi'i': Miss Stoll . . .
Ullittiw' Pmi.l.'iii, Aileen Hitltlocltg
Yi .'i' ljP'i',Nlilt'III, loan Fimrtlg R t'iAi irtliiig
Niirtliiiv loiin Scliinltcr' C,iwri'txpiviiiliiiQ
S .'.i Vul.irv, lris Ann Sficlisg Cli'ciisiiri'r,
Nntllttl, l nw! nw l. blttlel Sl1err,xX. llcucr. l' xllllllldii. 5...'n.l run A Liorney, R. Craxxlorel. P Raynwonel, N, l'lNl1I11.H1, lx. buyer
llnnl run ll llarron, K fooper, S. l'vI'.H'!lx, li. Sumlerlaml, ll. Antlerson. Sldlitllblhdi Mr. Royer, Dr. lJl'K'klCl'lL'li
5094 ' .feaalera ' Club
l...x.l.v.xlnf, ltlln'll'SllIl', t'0HlP'tUll0Il5lllpl . 4 . assists H1 all emergencies involving tlte gootl
responsllwle for morning patrol, information name ollllorest Park . , . Atll'1'srv's: Mr. Royer
tlesly and USl'ICI'll1g at commencement . . . and Dr, lrretlericli . . . QfKft.'ur's: Pr'fsi.lml,
encourages and promotes leatlersltip in tlte Charles Amassg Vin' Pwxnltnt, Ronald An'
xcltool . , . SPUFINOYS Cfutlflllng lor l7oj'S . .
lr.l. lull Ivll' N llcrr M 'Ml
tlersong St't'I't'ftIP'f', Theodore Milimang ?l'r.'.1s'
nrcr, Earl Sumlerlanelg Mcn1lu'r'
t-llwerg. l Reanter, R Nllultael. Q' lXl.ll'5.1Ull5. Nnunrl rnu Auf! dy-try Kenngth Guyer
, A , 1 ,
Kvlatcr, Xl llntlxxnan, -I Lamplwll. N lllmcllarlw ,-X Lenowng. Lf laylor. l.
tlrnan xllllI.lI't'l1 ll llrcclwr 5 lkll'll1, 3 Katzen, A foltcn,-I Hyatt, S Slwuxler,
' Klrecnlleltl P-t.rll.lunq Mr Rover. Ur l'lI'CklL'I'IClx
Uppurllnnryfor all! . . , assists tlte
Bofs Leatlers' Clulw in carrying out
its responsilwllities . . . morning pa'
trol . , . elixtrllwutes tlte Prtixx , . . con'
sists ol boys wlto prove themselves
eapalwle ol lwecoming leaders ol' Forest
Parlc . , , Atll'1.s.'v'x5 Mr. Royer anal
Dr. Fretleriela . . . t't' rx: Prusi'
.lrnI, Charles Margollsg Yr .'t' pI't'Sltlt'Ill,
George Taylorg S t't' rumry, Daniel
mang Mqml1rv"t1I'l.ar1qt', Revell Miclwael.
C:fC6I1llI6lL'lQ Trr.mu'.'r, Cltarles Freel'
N in-il, lfirxi row: 'If l':F.lI1ClS, C. Wiiesxelie, A. Krill, G. Mcfllcary, lf. Garlvec. Srmiiil ww: Furslmian, B, Stitz, R. Cravvloril, ll. Flcisli
n, R. Iflwell. l. Glazcr. Stiuiiliiiq. E. Ucllwloom. C. Hiilwcr. V. Di Nicnlo. M. Urcllin, T. Kangas. Mr. Aaronson
"ll ducsin't mattcr, win or lost, it's l1oii'yim'i'c
"All for sports, and sports for alll" . ,
played ll1ClQilHlt'lH . . . promotes clean sports
for all and laiglinstandards . . . sponsors pep
assemblies and interfsoftlvall and basketball
club . . . a very active club at Forest Park
. . . Ailrisur: Mr. Aaronson . . . Olficcrs:
pl'L'SlLll'lll, Aliln Kflttg Vlflf PYC5ldClll, Cl1HflCS Adliiyfygf Mrs, Biasi and Miss Ilapp V .
Waescheg Sfci'cti1i'y, George Mcclearyg Cl-rms'
promote girls' athletics in the scliool . .
newly formed club tliis year . . . memluersliip
open to any girl making one or more varsity
sport . . . unites varsity girls into a well'
coordinated group so that they may work to
Offccrs: Prfsiilciil, Pat Greenlielclg Vifr Prfsi'
nrtr, Edwin Garlveeg Colonel, Tom Francis. Jam, Dorothy Reyerg Simvmryv Betty Wil,
laideg Cfrcasiircr, Pat Moore.
lirsr wir, P. Greenfield. Scimlil mia' B. Friedlverg. D. Bluctt, E, Kotlowitz. QI. Tslcaisis. 'Tliirxl rivw: P. Moore, li. lirnsi, ll, Ni cr
M. Dale. l"ourtli raw: N. Fowlwlc, N. Willct, S. Icnlons, M. Suitt. Filili run" K. Krauss, ll. Goodcll, B. Williiili-, IU. Iivans N ill
wir C Grccnlvcrg, H. Williams, M Wi1ll.ii'e,S. Maclsaac. Sin-iiili run:-N, Rosenberg Nut xlioirn N Hutton
Smlril D. hl.lgj1,lL'l, Mazor, A. B.1ddocl4, R. liultcr, Smmliug A, Cohen, li. Zarcswitz, D. Lorcclc, S. Freeman, B. Mcycrowxit
C. Sinitlmhl. l.cvm, 'I. Qlolien, li. Moses, C. Lloopcr, A. Wcillc
To promotr good clitrrf . . . purpose is to
promote the welfare of Forest Parlc at all
times hy word and deed . , . supports and
advertises all athletic events . . . sponsors an
annual dance A Spring Mixer , . . makes
known all projects going on in the school by
means of posters . . . Atlvisur: Mr. Peverill . . .
Qlfirtrs: Pm-si.l.'iiz, Terry Dettorg Vice President,
Pat Greenheldg Rctortliiikg Srciwliiry, Alice Mar'
goling Coiwspoiitliiig Scti't'tai'y, Betsy Ernstg
Twosiirtr, Lee Franklin.
oredi farfc fred!
The lifflim- of Forcst Park? . . . keeps stu'
dents informed of latest school news . , .
provides reading entertainment . , . trains
future journalists . . . aims to improve the
expression in writing . . , "Katty Korner,"
"Forest parlis 400' '... Adviser: Mr. Cann
, . , Edirorfin-Cliiuf, Ruth Ellen Stanshuryg
Mtuiagiiig Editor, Aileen Baddoclcg News Editor,
Rena Eutterg Fcoturc Editor, Judith Mazorg
Sports Editor, jerry Scherrg Business Mtiiiagtr,
il nl. If llctiorg Vi.: lll'i'Yl.li'III. P. Lircenlicldg R.'ror.lnig S.'.rrt.iry, A lNlargoling fli'Y'l'i'Yf'i'P1.llllQ S.ui'rr.iry, B. ltrnstg Ti'r.ix14rcr, l.. Franlclin
Q Xhll RA K Lllli l7Y't'Nlililll, B. liluclsg Vu: l'i'rsr.lriit, G. Blolinig Srirrtiiry, R, Ts1.1irgitI,
T iiiisiairiq S, VVivllcnhcrg
NRI Ll l, li N..iI..l l" VVoll'r.iin, A Brislsnian, P. kiordon, D, Nick loslsy, Nl. VVciricr
n.liiiig l' llcnlsin, FQ Ahrams, M. Sl11lIl1,C Bowen, H. Becker, l. Lihor, M, Smith. H
llinlsin, l,, Sinulwitz, C Lirccnhcrg, B, Hanlon, F, Dc Pietro, S, Uuralnicls, Rayper
, . 7 .
L HI NN L ll B lr.si.l.'nt, l Lilicli. li.: l7V'iNllllI ll Brccher. 5..rtt.iry, D Barron.
Tmxsiiiir. :X Rciscr, Qi'l'Qt.1lll'JI'.'XVIHA, P Stoudt
Vliitcli Ihr liirtlitx' . . , furthers
pupils' interest in photography . . .
teaches shutter hugs proper tech'
niques in different phases of photogf
raphy 'i.. features demonstrations
and talks on photography , . . pro'
duces the photography of tomorrow
. . . presents interesting displays for
school . , . Atlrisrr: Mr. Culley . , .
cQglt't'l'Sf Prtsidriil, Betty Lee Bloclqg
Vita Pirsitluiit, Gwen Blohmg S t't' rcmry,
Rehecca Maggiclg fl-Vt'ilSllP'H', Suzan
l.rl's iitltl color to :lit wurltl? . . . de'
velops interest of students in art . . .
furnishes art work required hy the
school, such as posters and scenery
. . . official entries made in municipal
and state competitions . . . aims to
preserve and increase heauty of the
school . , . Atlrisrr: Miss Norris . . .
Qfhtrizs: Pl'CSltlL'Ill,, Alice Brislcmang
Vim' Pi'rsnlt'iit, Frank De Pietrog Src'
rcmry, Claire Greenherg.
Your iiiurre I say your iiwi-rl . . .
meets every weelc for enjoyment and
relaxation through the medium of
chess . . , chess instruction .ivailahle
. , . appointments made for inter'
scholastic competition . . . reorgan'
ized this year. . . Atlrisrrr Mr. Krieger
. . . t'.' rs: l'rrsitltiir, Irving Cliclsg
Virr l'rtsitlt'ii!, Herman Brecherg Suriv'
tary, David Barrong Clvrriisitiw, Arnold
Reiserg St'liQt'tlIll'iIl'AVHIS, Paul Stoudt.
Si'i't't'li.'ii sit' l7.'iitsrli? . . , tries to
aeh German in a less formal setting
an the classroom ...K 1 t their meet'
gs an entertainment committee pro'
tles songs, games, and plays in the
nguage . . . strives to master Cer'
an hy employing it in everytlay
inversation ,,., A .li'is.'i': Mrs. Sahine
. QHit't'i's: l7i'i'siilt'iit, Paula Fishmang
in l'i'.'si.li'ii!, Inga Loehnhergg Rr
filing St'ci't'tiii'y, Gwen Blohmg Cair-
ipuiitliiilq Si'i'i't'lai'y, Lenore Selganilcg
rrasiiiw, Susan G reenlwaum.
alila list.-il Esiuiiml? . . . lieeps in
much with culture ol. Spanishwpeals'
ig countries . . . programs planned
5' various memlvers ol the eluh . .
inverses in Spanish A . . heeomes
etter aequainteel with our neigh'
.mrs south ol the horeler , . . nX.li'ist'i':
liss Ruhe . 4 , Qllit'i'rs: l'i'i'siilt'iil Ina
ehuealterg Vim' l'i't'siil.'iit , Alma Singerg
t'i'oi'iliiiilq Si't'i't'Iaiy, Marion Krohng
'iii-il.-.si-.iiiiliiig St'i'i'rt.ii'y, Sura Uesheng
'i't'asiii'.'r, Louise Shapiro.
l'.irlt':'i'oiis fvi'.iiit'.iis? . . . malies some
se ol' the language through songs and
imple plays antl games . . . learns as
iueh as possihle alwout Frenehrspealv
ig countries . . . meinhers partiei'
ate in songs, playlets, .intl games . . .
ivites spealcers to attenel occasional
ieetings . . A pictures antl slules se'
uretl when availahle . . :Xili'ist'i':
flr. Moore . . . QHiti'i's: Piwsiiltiir,
flaine Nieholsong Vi .'.' l'i'.'siili'iit, Irma
foling 5 t'tt rulary, Nessie Kleinl :l-mis!
wig Faga Ushry.
UlillMAN CLUB Hminliiig P. lwslnnan. Stwiinl, l'ii'sl ruiih l. Loelinherig, Saths
Xi'tuii.l run' 9, Lireenlwaum, L. Saigonilx, l' Lireenehauni,Al Clerlwer, D, linnis, Mrs Sahine
Tlnixl run P levy. A Bernartl. N2 Ralwinels, ll l'ultl. ll Bass, S l xernltgain luuilli ian
ll Lioltllwerg, U Blohm. P Xllllslltkl Lierlwer liltliivu S l"oreman. 'Nl Liorinan
9PANlSll CLUB' l'i1'.si.li'i1t, l Suliiicaller, Vin' l'ri'si.li'iit. Singerg R..ivr'.liriQ Si'.r'.'I.1i'v
, Kroling C'.vi'r't'sp.iii.lirig Nqtrftarv, S Lleslaeni li'r.zsiir'.'i-, l. Shapxro
FRVNCII CLUB- l'ri'ai.lml, l' Nieliolsoiy Vin' l'i'i'siJi'ixt, l. Coheng Suirrrai-y, N. Klein
Tmimi'rv, F. Ushryg St'Y'gi'.HII'.II 'lVH1N,,I Solnle
B. Goodman, S. Davis, A. Reiscr
O , O
An art in itself! . . . reorganized just this
February . . . encourages creative writing
among students . . . theory and practice of
writing discussed . . . publishes magazine
called The lnlcliulc every two months, con'
taining best articles Written by the club . . .
Adviser: Mr. Cooper . . , Officers: President,
Barbara Meyerowitzg Vice President, Ad'
nanni Stienbergg Sccrctary, Elita Sohmer,
fl'rcasurcr, Robert Cooper.
Stahl B. Meycrowitz, R. Cooper, A. Stienbcrg. Stamling: L. Fine,
lx Zartswitz, H. Schlafler, R. Hyman, S. Eppel, N. Willct, N.
Hxmcllirb, Mr. Cooper, A. Levy
A fricml in nerd is a -fricnul imlccdl , . . direc'
tors lind student coaches for failing students
. . . no charge made for services . . . coaching
carried on before and after school and during
study periods . . . student coaches receive
letters and certificates and later, silver pins
. . . sponsored by Leaders' Clubs . . . Di-
rcctors: Beverly Goodman, Geraldine Willet,
Sonny Davis, Arnold Reiser.
Books arc trcasurcsl . . . learn about library
Work as a profession, members serve as stu'
dent assistants in the library . . . sponsors
Book Week . . . encourages love of books . . .
members Work hard in order to make our
library a better and more pleasant place . . .
Adviser: Miss Loomis . . . Qfjqccrs: Prcsirlcnt,
Anna Belle Miller, Vice President, julie
Schlenger, Sccrctary, Betty Herbert, Cl-rtnsiircr,
Stated: H. LcBow, E. London, R. Rosenberg, Miss Loomis, A. Miller
E. Strouse, P. Breyer, N. Fowble. Stamling: L. Slmtlicr, LI. Sclilcngcr
C. Whitman, A. Zimmerman, F. Manachcr, B. Herbert. C. Weiss
F. Levine, l. Riel, K. Koman
Rrspunsil-I.-, tlrpcmliililc, rgiriciitl . . . assists
B. S. A. hooltlceeping department . . . work
includes accepting deposits, writing and
recording checlcs, and sending out monthly
financial statements . . . handles accounts of
B. S. A., Foiuss'i'En, and Prcss . . . gives excel'
lent experience for advance training in this
held . . . Atlvixcr: Miss Feldman . . . Mcmlwrx:
.Ianet Portney, Elayne Shapiro, Carolyn
Smith, Mildred Suitt.
Cfalcr a lcllrr! . . . practices for higher
speeds than are possible in class . . . earns
awards for speed in dictation . . . demon'
strates new office techniques . , . trains mem'
hers to be good secretaries in the future . . .
eleventh and twelfth grade students eligible
to join . . . Adviser: Mrs. Broolcs . . . Officers:
Prtsidcnt, Ann Niemiller, Vicr Prcsiulcnt, Peggy
Paulson, Srcrrlary, Patricia Tobing CTreasurcr,
S il l l'1rxl ruiv: C. Noll, A, Nehmcyer, P. lwohin, P, Kelly, E. Ring,
cnit:. Siiilllil riur: P. Moore, Mrs. Broolxs. M. Stouclc, L. Folus.
Sim mg: H. Hanlun, D. Dcsscr. S. Sidlin
l. Portncy, C. Smith, M. Suitl, li. Shapiro
Scrvirc with ri smile! . . . does stenographic
work for teachers in the school . . . occasion-
ally does some outside work . . . trains mem'
bers to he future secretaries . , . gives
experience in office procedure . . . provides
training in manuscript typing, stencils, ditto,
letters, and special forms . . . Atliircr: Miss
Corhett . . . Qfficcrs: Prcsidtnt, Adelle Barrett,
Vicc Prcsialcnii, Betty Applegarth.
Stutnl, R. Gcrmanero, R. Dc Girolamo, G, hloncs, l, Kitt, Kitt, M
Kaplan, Ii. Berkowitz. Snuiiling. li. Kronhcrg, -I. Hummel, L. Hansgc
-I. Goldhcrg, N. Dull, M. Gross,'I. Bloom
Say it with musicl We at Forest Park
seem to have more than our share of music.
VX'e'x'e grown musically ancl are continuing
'l'vventy'hve years ago, Forest Park startecl
with a small, hut spirited, glee cluh. From
that heginnmg we have expanclecl until now
Forest Parlc High School is ahle to hoast
an orchestra, a hand, a glee cluh. a special
chorus, an a cappella choir, a senior hoys'
chorus, ancl a senior girls' chorus.
Loolfing hack over the past year, we lintl
that many ol' the most pleasant times we
have spent at Forest Park have heen at
assemhlies in which musical entertainment
comprised a major part ol' the program.
Never shall we forget the accompaniment ol
the Crchestras hrislq marches to our ass
semhlies, nor the Band, smartly paratling at
foothall games. We shall prohahly remem'
her, too, the honor ol' having our school
participate in the musical festival ol- choral
groups ol' all senior high schools, ancl in
various raclio and television shows.
Perhaps this growth is a result ol' the
eager response ancl genuine appreciation ol'
the stutlent hotly and faculty to all musical
activities. Perhaps it is hecause ol- the
respective memhers of these groups, who
faithfully attenclecl rehearsals and matle their
organizations outstancling. Perhaps it is a
result ol' the elliorts of several inclivitluals
who have unsellishly given their time antl
energy in order to improve the musical status
of the school. VVe all sincerely appreciate
the untiring services of Miss Butler, who,
when she came to this school in 1927, alone
formed ancl clirectetl a hand. orchestra, tlrum
Lil I I Lil llll lil'-l'.Nlill'lll, A Uoltlstcing Vin' l,I'i',XIilL'l1l, U. Amassg Rriiiriliiig Snr'rtai'v, B, Schcrr, i'ui'i'i'.simii.liiig Sm'r!ai'y, M Wlllll'I1.ll'h,
li'..iu4i.i'. l VVollsoni lil'r.iri.1ii, Y liiwseiial
n u e cor s, ins rumen a
cl lw gl p t t l
nsemhles, glee clulv, hoys'
horus, ancl girls' chorus. She
ow leads the Glee Cluh,
ipecial Chorus, Senior Boys'
Ihorus, Senior Girls' Chorus,
irects music at assenilwlies, ancl
as made successful our lovely
racluation tracliti0nsA fare'
vi-Il, step singing, and com'
iencement. We can never thank
fliss Butler enough. lvlr. Pev'
rill, who has huilt up the
Urchestra .incl Bancl to twice
heir former sizes, also is cleserv-
ag ol' our thanlis. Everyone
as marvellecl at Mr. Serposss
K Cappella Choir, our newest
iusical organization. Also, our
verfpresent gratitucle goes to
kileen Goldstein, our loyal
Certainly, music has clone its
iart to enrich our lives cluring
iur stay at Forest Park.
B.-XND V--St.iir.l. C Cooper, S. Weinhcrg. A. Schleitler, A SCl1Vk'.1I'lZIIllI1..l Weiss, F. Bisgyer
L Levy, F. Weinherg. S. Herr. Srmcling. lwrir rim- W. Miller. M Levy. D Mermelstcln, M. Salan
Ci Wemlwerg, U. lj1ClilL!,F. Mcl7onaltl, A. Fitch,l7.Aclell1erg,Cl. Smith, F. Pelton, A. Rosensweip,
S Oranclle. L. Bien, Mr. Pevcrill Srtmiil run' l. Ahel, N FlNl1II1.1l1, W Kraus, R. l"r.itll4iii. ll. Silver
UllClllfS-l'llA-' Cfiiiiiwl M.uli'r, C. Cooper
l5l'L'lAl Lil'lUllllS KlIi'i'llllQ. llll'.Nl run' Shaller, Uolclherg, Wol'
xim, White, Wl1llCl1klCh, Konicls. Stein S.'..m.l rim" Bald, Levin,
'crm.in, Schwilll. lllolim, lllocls, l'rout, Llrizcr, Cole Si.in.linq: Fsin,
cliiityilicr, folin, llolleiilvcru, Salganils, Cohen, Bernard, Stuck, A LiAPl'.l.l.A Cl"lUlR- l'rtsi.l.'iil. H FllYLl, l'i.:l,r.si.l.ul,VV Santlcrs
Vohlmuih, VVilliitlc, liirlxislii, Seltzer, Lfollison, Weil. Speck Suii'i'i.iryTi'u.ni4i'.'r, ll. Ernst, l.ll'I'iH'liIH, D. Wchster
WU CI ITB- l iiwt run Mr l'ischlcr. L. Doonis, N1 Hare, W. Sanders, A. Pritzger.
N 11.1 ri-ii' U. Yon Meyer, R Ncumyer. li l7ocll,,I. Meyers. L1 Perry
NO WORKSHOP A Miller, lf. Sohincr, P. Raymond, S. Hcrshman, B. 'l'horn,
l Sitlis. L' .'Xhr.iinson, l :Xhr.iins. B llciman, N1 qalan. kv, SllCYI11.ll'1. h. Hirschinan.
' rsch, I Fine. I liscnstem. .N Monlired, H Nlyerson
lllOl'I'l'R9 lwsiiliiii. A. hstcrsong Viir l'i'uiili'iit, M. lscving hrirrt.iry, li, Hcnnang
Ii isiirrr, IT. lionlcls
Cllzis l'SSlt1liUll FPHW . . . gives its
memhers experience in constructing
radios . , . provides instruction in
morse code and radio theory . . . aims
to form an amateur radio station . . .
meetings include shop work, code
practice, and an exchange ol' inliorf
mation . . . Atlristr: Mr. Fllischler . . .
r'i' rs: Piwsitluiil, Murrell Harcg Vin'
l'rt'siilrnI, Frederick Doellg Srrrtiiiry,
Riiiliasriirs af Ianim'ruii'l , . , open to
all students interested in radio work
. . . learns the voice qualities neces'
sary when using a microphone . . .
study the contents ol' good radio
script . . . good experience for any'
one who expects to go into radio
hroadcasting or television . . . Atl'
iiistr: Mrs. Kane . . . OHiri'i's: l'i'usiia'cii!,
Anita Monfredg Vice l'v'fsi.icii1, Eileen
Kirshg Srci'ct.ii'y, Gerry Shermang
l'iilvliriIy llircrlur, Elaine Eisenstein.
Ciirlain, -hrs! tzirtainl . . gives
memhers a chance to act , . , hrings
honor to the school . . . encourages
participation in all phases of the
theatre . , . current productions dis-
cussed . . . fosters growth of dramatic
inclination in the school . . . gives
instruction in malxefup and stage de'
sign , . . Aili'isri': Miss Hudson . . .
Qlliruvzsz l7i'usiiltiil, Aileen Estcrsong
Vic: l'miiiltii!, Mary Levin: 9i'rri'tiiry,
Bluma Heimang Ti'tii.siii'ri', Doris
Scimtillit' lill0ll'lt'tlgi' is i'oii'crl . . .
arouses scientihc interest in minds
ol' the people . . . renders services to
the school and community by beauti'
living the premises, providing flowers
for the sick, and securing specimens
for classes . . . holds round table dis'
cussions . , . has conferences with
outside speakers . . . Atli'ist'r: Miss
Vogel . . . Qfliurrs: Prtsitltut, Gene
Ciogelg Vita Prcsitlciit, Robert Lam'
bertg Rtrartliiig St'tv'tti1rv, Shirley Hon'
lcolvslcvg Cftiriwspumliirg Strr'ct.ii'x', VValter
Prestong Cl'raisi4 wr, .Ie rome Hettleman.
"M.iryl.uitl My Miu'yl.1vitlf" . . .
strives to acquaint students with the
historical and cultural background
ol' Maryland and to malce them civic'
minded . . . prepares its members to
take part in its expanding future . . .
activities include business meetings,
held trips to historical places, and
social functions . . . Atlriscr: Miss
Carnes . . , Qflit't'rs: Prcsitlcnl, Nancy
Lee Avery, Vim' Prtsitltnt, Bonnie
Townerg Srcrtttiry, lrma Cohn, Clirras'
iirtr, Harriet Davidson.
Thu rants afixfrt-t'tltiiii spailcsl . . . pro'
motes interest in world alliairs,
conhdence, poise, and worthwhile
thoughts . . . all members are eligible
to talte part in discussions, debates,
panels, trips, and tours . . . has .joint
meetings with other schools and
organizations . , , Atlrisur: Miss
Broening . . . Qllitfrs: Prt'si.lciit, Faye
Kovensg Vita' ljI'L'Sltlt'IIl, Edwin Hirsch'
mang R t't' uriliiig S t'tt rctary, Elaine Nich'
olsong Ci0l'l't'Sf'0llalllllQ S t't' rclary, DeVera
BIOLOGY CLLlB-Smlnl, ln-st raw: R. Powderinalter, B. Hoflman, R. Fradltm. Srtunil
raw: VV. Preston, A. Stienherg, C. Coleman, F. Levine, F. Wolfram. Slauilivig: ll. Zales,
A. Reiser, Miss Vogel. Ci. Gogel, xl. Hettleman, K. King, l.. Marks. S. Honkofslty,
MARYLAND CLUB ' l'rrsiilcvit, N. Avery, Vin' l'rtsi.l.'iil, ll. Towner, Y..v','1.iry, l. L40l1CI11
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OPEN FORUM C1.LlB-l'mi.l.'i11, F, Kovensg Vin' ljl't'Xltli'Hl, ll. l'lirschm.in, Ri'mr'ilil1g
Sm'.'I.iry, E. lXllCl10lSOl1Q c't'l'I'iNl'UIl.lIIlQ Si'ii'rf.1rv, D. Maggltl
dents to malce and handle stage equipment
. . . creates a general interest in stage work
. . . students set up and handle the stage
equipment . . . plays an important part in
all sehool assemblies , . Adviser: Mr. Yocum
. . , c?U'lCCYSf Prcsidmt, Kenneth Guyerg Clif
ni'Jiiialm', -Ioe Davidsong Via Pri'si.l.'iiI, Sig'
lnund Katzeng Trcaxiarcr, Murrell Hare.
los! ri-ii I llixiilson N...-n.l wit S lxatzen, K. Guyer, R
.iuliiigs lhinliuu X1 Hare, R 'itanshury
lr is lwtlcr rukqiix' than In m'tit't'.' '... helps
to support all projects carried on hy the
National Red Cross , . . promotes good will
in the school . , . gives baskets to the poor
Red Cf-044 Club
did outstanding work during the war . , .
Adviser: Miss Elms . . . QUim'x: ljrusitltiil,
Myrna VVagnerg Vit: Piwsiitlgiit'Tmisiirrr, Le'
nore Salganilxg St'tr't't.iry, Gwen Coggin.
and need durin Christmas and Easter . . .
Nixitixl Miss lil-s
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Cfcstiiigf 0l1t"lll'0'llll't'C'fUlH'l . , , trains stu'
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"My tviiixliw' 'tis af' ill L'L' ' '... aims to help
memlwers understand the organization, ac'
tivities, and accomplishments ol, the United
Nations A A A holds periodical planned meet'
ings A A A has citywide meetings with other
United Nations Youth groups A A A Ailiutrs:
Miss Carnes and Miss Broemng A A A Qffittrs:
l7rrsi.ltii1, George rliaylorg Vim' ljrrsitlriir, Bar'
hara Mversg R t't4 uriling St'fVt'lill'V, DeVera Mag'
gidg CiUl'l't'Xf'0IhllllKQ gtci'ut.iijv, 'Sylvia Zenitzg
Truisiii'i'i', Martin Cohen.
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ol its cheerleaders A A A lxeep up the spirit ol A A A truly deserve a great deal ol' credit A A A
the school . A A urge the players on in time ol Atli'iisrr: Mr. Peverill A A A Html Cflitriltatli'i':
defeat A A A practice hard and come to all Charles Cooper.
games, rain or shine A A A are the real haclchone
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"Enter to learn, Go forth to servel' is
the famous slogan of Forest Park High School,
but the students who really enjoyed their
years at our Alma Mater will long remember
the schoolls motto for athletics: "All for
sports, and sports for all." These seven
words describe to exact perfection the policy
of sports and athletics at Forest Park. We,
the members of the graduating class of-lune,
1949, may loolc on our academic record with
swelling pride, but we must be and are
equally proud of the many worthy achieve-
ments we made alon the lines of varsity
games, intramural athfetic competition, and
general high school athletics.
We all know that a hi h school would be
a very dull lace wit out athletics and
varsity ames: Tilcewise a yearbook would be
a wortiless periodical without a section
completely devoted to sports and athletics.
Cn the following pages will be seen the
pictures of the many teams of which we all
are so proud. We seniors easily will recog'
nize the individual photographs of our fellow
classinen who possessed the ambition, the
willfpower, and the vigor to re resent
Forest Park in various phases of athletics.
The following ages contain the actual rec'
ords of each athllvetic team of Forest Park and
a brief summary of the most important
events in the teamls history of the years
1948 and 1949. It is needless to say that
Forest Parltls records in comparison with
other larger and stronger schools are by no
means the best, but we, the members ofthe
student body can always say with utmost
ride that our team was "in there lighting
liardf' The Class ofjune 1949 talces pride
in presentin the records of Forest Parlcs
teams, and tie active parts played by mem'
bers of this graduating class.
Forest Parlc always has recognized the
value of sports in relation to the we1l'being
of her students. The Athletic Awards As'
sembly is one ofthe most popular assemblies
every semester. The varsity "FH has become
a goal of achievement in athletics to the
many students who talce great pride in
representing their school in different sports.
Most students do not take time to realize
the fact that Forest Park is one of the best
equipped schools for athletics in the city.
Forest Parlc has two excellent gymnasiums,
a line athletic field which will soon be
enlarged when bleachers are constructed
there, and each year the school allots a size'
able sum of money for the purchase of uni'
forms and sporting equipment. The student
body makes "all for sports," and the school
malces possible "sports for all."
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In 1948 such great schools as Purdue,
Wisconsin, and the U.S. Naval Academy
witnessed one of the most unsuccessful foot'
ball seasons of their history. Forest Park
High School also belongs to this group.
Like Navy, Forest Park went to the football
field on nine successive weeks against a
strong opponent each time, and did not
attain the achievement of victory in any one
of these instances.
The team started practice in the hot days
of late August. After three weeks of hard
tackling, blocking, passing and learning
plays, a squad of boys donned their green
and gray for the first time in 1948 in
the Baltimore Stadium on September 17.
Coach Andy Anderson's squad took to the
field against the powerful Patterson Park
eleven and the outcome of the game was
exactly as the experts had predicted-
Patterson 30, Forest Park O. The following
week our boys met Southern High School
and lost by a score of 19 to O. But the
Foresters were not discouraged yet. Forest
Park met Calvert Hall at Gibbons Field
in what many people believe to be our best
game of the year. The Green and Gray
dominated the game throughout the entire
first half, but the Calvert Hall team put
on a terrific rally in the second half to win
by a score of 26 to 12.
After the Calvert Hall game, the season
results did not improve by any means. The
scores of the next three games were Mt. St.
Joseph 43, Forest Park O, McDonogh 20,
Forest Park O, and Poly 45, Forest Park O.
Although they might have been discouraged,
all the boys on the team kept coming to
practices so that they might be able to play
in the next week's game. City won 43'O
and, as usual, the boys went to Wilmington
High School in Delaware for their tradi-
tional game and finished the season by losing
20 t0 O.
There is the record. Although their record
is not by any means the best in the con'
Anderson Carr Crawford Hoffman Stitz
lfirxt rnuw Grillin, l7iNicolo, Anderson, liney, Leishear, Wriggins, Ruppercht, Dye. Srcoml rmv: Glazer, Garby, Dixon, Caplan, Fursch'
man, liwcll, Llarbcc, Francis, Flcishman Third row: Andy Anderson, Cmflig Bill Sturm, Cuatlxg Huber, Schroder, Grimm, Carr, Orem,
Stitz, Near, 'N1.m.igcrg Kclssling, N1.in.xg.-r
ference, the Forest Parlc football team has
many things of which it can justly be proud.
There is no doubt that the school is proud
of them. Many unfortunate instances aided
the boys in their bad luck throughout the
season. lnjuries hampered the squad con-
sistently, Before the third game of the
year, all three quarterbacks were out ol
action with injuries. Cver twofthirds of
the boys on the squad were playing their
first year of varsity competition. Coaches
Andy Anderson, Phil Aaronson, and Bill
Sturm certainly deserve all the credit and
praise that is Worthy of them.
Rupprccht DiNicola jenkins Nolker Dye
The 1948419 Basltethall Team of Forest
Park is one that surely' deserx es many Favor"
able comments The team hegan practice tn
early Novemher. Plnl Aaronson was tnatle
varsity eoueh this year whlle Andy Anderson
took over the joh ot' coaching the Alayvee
Squad Despite several hantheaps, the team
made a rather good showmng throughout the
Forest Paris 47 .AKILIINITI 46
Forest Park 49 'lkowson I7
Forest Parh 51 X1eDonoeh Sl
Forest Park -ll KFIFHLII1 -L3
Forest Parls 65 Polt -38
Forest Paris 7:9 St. Pauls 53
Forest Park 30 Southern -13
I"'orest Park 26 Calvert Hall 55
Forest park 35 Lats Loilt-et 17
Forest Parts 55 Patterson 47
Forest Park 51 St Pauls 44
Forest Park 55 Fthson 33
Forest Park 45 Loyola 47
Forest Park 52 Poly 57
Forest Park 30 Southern -U1
Forest Parts 43 Lats Lbollegt 35
Forest Park 73 Flhton Hrgh 29
Forest Park 33 Patterson 57
Forest Park 65 Fidrson VS
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The Foresters ended the season on March
4th with a record of 8 wins and l l losses.
However, there is sulhcient reason to helieve
that the squad had a good year,
On Decemher l4th, the Foresters en'
countered Gilman School in one of the most
exciting games of the prep season The
game was a wild allair with the lead chang'
ing hands throughout the contest. Finally
C1lman's Boh Cooper dropped a hasltet the
hnal flu' .'.' str.-aii.ls ol' play to edge the Cvreen
and Cray hy a count of 43 to 41. The
Forest Parlx Baslxethall Team played one ol'
the hnest games this school has ever wit'
nessed when the Foresters trounced Poly
63 to 48, This year's haslcethall squad
holds the distinction ol' defeating hoth City
and Poly during the same season. The team
compiled its highest score when it defeated
lillqlon High hy a score of 78 to 29. The
Foresters sullvered their worst deleat of the
season when they lost to the Puhlic School
Champions, Patterson Park, hy the count of
57 t0 33.
Several ol' Forest Parles I11OSt important
games were lost hy the narrow margin ol
two points. Phil Aaronson's squad was
composed mostly of hoys who were playing
their hrst year of varsity competition, and
for this reason Coach Aaronson helieves that
the team will he even more successful next
year, Ed Cox, Filmore Chailten, and Stan
Carr were the only three seniors on the
team. All ol! these hoys compiled worthy
records. Even though they lost more games
than they won, the hoys on the team did not
heconie discouraged hy any means. Accurate
records show that attendance at all practices
was perfect an outstanding example ol'
loyalty to the school. There is no question
that 1948419 Baslrethall team is one of which
we seniors are proud and will long remem'
her when we think ol' our last days at
liiwt ian kilaicr, Llox,
Lihailccn N...in.l mu Nlr
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witz, Nl.in.it1.r, Carr.
lluher, Yilxer, McNulty,
Roper, WeiiiIwei'g, Cohn,
Qur lce Hockey Team was like our foot'
ball team in many respects. The years
194849 brought one of the most unsuccess'
ful lce Hockey seasons ever to be experienced
by Forest Park High. From early December
to late in March the Foresters practiced
faithfully and played even harder, but not
once did they achieve the fruits of victory.
Mr. Bill Sturm took care of the coaching
duties this year. With such fine players as
Dave Exley, joe Qrem, Dick jones, and Bill
Clover, Coach Sturm had high hopes for
his team at the beginning of the season. The
powerful teams of the other schools repre'
sented in this league were just too powerful
for the Forest Park Pucksters.
Forest Park met Loyola for the first game
of the season. The score was Loyola 3,
Forest Park O. Our next game was with
Calvert Hall and we lost by a score of 4'3.
This ame was a very exciting one. The
lead cEanged hands several times, but Calvert
Hall pushed in one goal in the last minute
of play to edge out the Foresters. The
month of January was doubtful to our Ice
Hockey team. We lost to Poly 4'l, Mount
St. joseph defeated us by a score of 6'3.
Loyola again "turned on the heat" and Wal'
loped the Foresters by a count of 7-3.
When February came, Coach Bill Sturm's
worries were increased a great deal. Three
of the finest players on the team, Dave
Exley, joe Orem, and Dick jones were mid-
year graduates. The team was severely
handicapped by the loss of these three boys.
Bill Glover, the only june 1949 graduate
on the team, was a spark plug to the team
throughout the season. Bill played ex'
Knrrlmq' Clriswalduloncs, Love, Mitchell, Exley, Clover, Kiitt, Orem. Staniling: Nusinov, Hiniagrr. Sturm, Ciurlig R. Llarriqucs, Ford,
Crossnun, B.irdofT, D. Garriqucs, Hare, Cunningham Lerner, Floger, Enney, Furshman
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ceptionally hard and verv well in all of the
team's games. After Fehruary first, the team
was supplemented with 'jayvee material and
suhstitutes, and the season's results became
Poly won from Forest Park lay a score of
6'O. Mt. St. Joe won a TO victory over us,
However, the last game of the year was one
of the most exciting high school Ice Hockey
contests ol' the season, Forest Park and Cal'
vert Hall played a very tight game and the
score at the end of the contest was tied at
lfl . The teams went into an overtime period,
hut still no one was ahle to score. Then in
the last minute of the second overtime period
Calvert Hall pushed in a goal to defeat the
Foresters in a wellfplayed contest hy a score
of Z-I .
Even though the team lost seven straight
games, everybody at Forest Park can justly
leel proud ol' them. The hoys were never
discouraged and not once is there any record
of a hoy missing a practice. Our own .Iimmy
Dye took care of the managing duties. -limniy
was always around to do work and took his
unpleasant job in good humor. We seniors
can rightfully take pride in our Ice Hockey
team of 194849.
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The 1949 Lacrosse Team of Forest Park
High School began practicing early in March.
Varsity Coach Andy Anderson put his boys
to work learning some basic fundamentals
and each day the boys were put through a
difhcult and long physical workout. The
team was composed of a few holdovers, and
there were many boys who were playing
their first year of varsity lacrosse.
The team suffered a severe handicap when
Coach Anderson was sent to the hospital
for medical treatments for his eyes. Bill
Lewis and Buddy Dubin coached the team
for the remainder of the season and we have
reason to believe that the season will be a
rather successful one.
We seniors are particularly proud of this
year's lacrosse team for several reasons. It
was our own advisor, Mr. john F. Burger
who organized the first varsity Lacrosse
Team here at Forest Park High many years
ago. Since then, lacrosse has been a major
varsity sport with many enthusiastic ad'
mirers. Several of our fellow classmen took
a very active part in the activities of the
lacrosse squad of 1949, Al Kiessling, jimmy
Stine, Bill Stitz, Charles Waesche, and
Wally Benner were all varsity letter men.
Despite this team's record we shall always
enjoy looking back with pride to the boys
who carried the netted sticks for the green
and gray in our last year of high school.
Benner Kiessling Stitz
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l'1r-st 1-nu" Stitz, Stine, Chail-ccn. W.iesclie, Kicssling, Benner. Srroml rawf Schroeder, Furschman, Grossman, Gclhlum, Heischmrin
Didier. Tluvul ron: Dougherty, Reamcr, Xlilllslgflf Volk, Garhce, Scherr, Nicholas, Clark, Near, Nlilihlglf, Mr. Anderson, Cfnuclig Gros
Glen Burnie High
Friends School 17
Mt. St. Joseph IO
Our 1949 baseball team made a rather
favorable showing throughout the season.
The team was coached by Mr. Phillip Aaron'
son, whom the boys will long remember for
his generous support and kind leadership
over the team. The team began practicing
during the early weeks of March and opened
its season early in April. The scores of the
season were as follows: A
Forest Park 3 Loyola 9
Forest Park 7 Annapolis- High 2
Forest Park 11 McDonogh 6
Forest Park 4 Calvert Hall 7
Forest Park 4 Mt. St. joe 5
Forest Park 1 Patterson Park 7
Forest Park 7 Edison High 3
Forest Park 4 City 1
Forest Park 3 Poly 5
Forest Park I Southern 3
Forest Parlc 1 Patterson Park 3
Forest Park 3 Edison High 2
Forest Park 6 City College 10
Forest Park O Poly 7
The team was sparlcled by the performance
of four outstanding seniors. "Hall of Fame"
candidates Ed Cox and Stanley Carr each
played tirelessly throughout the season, Carr
was valuable in the outfield and Cox proved
his worth as a pitcher. Pitcher jimmy Dye
won two games as a starting hurler. Vince
DiNicolo was a spark plug to the teamg he
handled his unpleasant job as a catcher ex-
ceptionally well in almost every game, The
team's biggest day was on "Loyalty Day"
when the Foresters defeated City College
by a score of4 to 1.
High school baseball fans saw baseball at
its best when Forest Park met Mt. St. joseph
in their first encounter between the two
teams. The game went into two extra in'
nings, but Mt. St. joe pushed across a run to
edge the Foresters. The team finished the
season with a record of 5 wins and 9 loses
and was placed fifth in the league. Another
senior, Gerald Taylor, was the team's faith'
ful and reliable manager.
First wmv: Granisky, DiNicolo, Eney, Boring, Lunter, Greffcn, Sccnnd row: Huber, Volk, Fogler, Erdman, Cohen, Friedman, Manager.
'Tlurd row: Mr. Anronson, Coarlug Lietuvnikus, Cox, Brooks, Carr, Dye, Taylor, Managfr
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ln-xl run' McCle.iry. Anderson, Cashman, Roper, Orandlc, Fleming, Crawford. Srmiitl
riur: Spath, Moller, Krause, Bien, Kaufnian. Tliiril riiuuz Horowitz, Weinherg, Klieman,
l7iPictro, Mr. Tylcr, fidilili. Fmirlli raw: Duhoisc, Miller, Rosenberg, Ruark, Scligman,
lipsticn, Famularo, Glazcr. Ififili row: Rex Sims, ffoachg Roll, Fricman, Recd, Holinann
ltlwcll, Armigcr, Block. Sixth run' Eckhart. Xltxiugcrg Leonard, Hussins, Ford, Ballou
The 1949 track team of Forest Park
High School was one of the most suc'
cessful teams sponsored by the school
this year. Athletic Director and Coach
Rex Sims had only six varsity holdovers
from the 1948 season. The team's
record for the lirst four meets was rather
exceptional. Led lay cofcaptains,
Lane Urandle and Lee Roper, the
team achieved victory over Annapolis
High in its first meet of the year. The
Foresters made an excellent showing
against City, but the Collegians de'
feared us by a narrow margin.
The athletic upset ol' the season came when our hoys in green and
gray defeated Poly on our athletic held. This was a great accomplish-
ment for our boys. Everyone was surprised at the results, and we
believe that the Poly boys were more surprised than anyone. Forest
Park lost to Mt. St. joseph in the fourth meet of the season.
The seniors on the team were Charles Hofmann, Ray Crawford,
Dick Anderson, Dave Rosenberg, and the cofcaptain, Lane Qrandle.
Crow Conn by
The 1948 cr0ss'country team of the Forest Park High School is
certainly one that requires many favorable comments. This year's
team was sparkled by all newcomers to varsity crossfcountry compe'
tition. There was not a single veteran runner on the squad.
lfirxi mir. Shatter, Liriswold, Bien, Cashman, McClc.1ry. Smit! run" ltxlcy, Coles, Ford,
llorowiiz, Burnstcin, Rex Sims, ffoinli
A practice meet with Belair High
marked the beginning of the season for
the harriers. The Foresters lost, hut
they were not discouraged hy any
means. The team went on to heat Mt.
St. Joe, Gilman, and Towson High and
then howed to City. The season record
was three wins and three loses.
Gorman Griswold came in first in
all six meets, and set a record for the
mile and a half at Clifton Park. His
record time was eight minutes and three
seconds. As usual, the team was coached
hy Athletic Director Rex Sims.
rs! nur' OHTI, Katz, ClUl1l'l,'l.lC0l"5SllI'l, Tepper. Sccmxrl i'nu': Mclanda, Weinberg, Dixon.
aus, Murmclstcin, Margolis
Coach Gilbert Blumbergs varsity tennis squad of 1949 made a very
ivorablc showing against all opposition. The Foresters defeated
4cDonogh 5'2 in the hrst match of the season and scored another Vic'
:wry of Mt. St. hloe in the second match by a score of 6'1, Poly defeated
'orest Park 245 and in the next match, Cat. Buddy Weinberg led the
eam to a great TO win over Calvert Halgl. City College edged the
'oresters by the score of 4'3.
Buddy Weiiiberg, one of our seniors, is one of the finest high school
ennis players in Baltimore. ln two years of varsity tennis, Buddy has
.ever been defeated. On May l7, Buddy met joe Lacey of Loyola. Both
if these boys were undefeated until Weinberg showed his usual master-
ul style of playing and won from Lacy. The Forest Park tennis team
lefeated Loyola by a score of 68.
There is truly a distinguished record. The team has won four matches
nd lost two. Buddy Weiiiberg, Charlie Margolis, Simon Olfit were
he only three seniors on the team. As usual, Forest Parles "old faith'
ul" of tennis, Mr. Gilbert Blumberg, was always on hand to coach the
Qirfd T Zennid
As the girls' varsity tennis team took the courts for the first time this
zpring, they loolced forward with hoepful anticipation for a most suc'
'essful season. The team was under the direction of Miss Katherine
Barnsly and was captained by Barbara Friedberg, a junior. Represent'
nt the Senior Class were Claire Greenberg, Paula Fishman, and Irma
johen. The team met Westerii, Eastern, Friends, and Parlc.
Greenberg, Arnhcini, Fricdbcrg, Fishman, Cohen, Barron, Spielman
Sanding: Dettor, Managcrq Greenfield, Capming Reyeur, Fowble, Ernst, Ortisi. Kncnling: Heise,
Schultz, Crew, DeFerd1nando. Sratrd: Tsluris, Kotlowltz, Sigler, Evans
Although the scores of the past held
hockey season do not indicate much success,
the members of the team played a fine game
and gained much satisfaction in their com'
petition. There were three varsity hold'
overs: Pat Greenfield, Elaine Kotlowitz, and
Cecila Schultz, The team built around a
nucleus of these three girls andj. V. material,
developed a hard-lighting hackheld and ag'
gressive line which enahled the Green and
Gray to score its lone goal of the season
against Eastern. Ann Heise was the lucky
lassie to push the ball over the goal line.
The girls on the team practiced many long
hours under the direction of Mrs. Biasi, who
was aided by the manager, Terry Dettor,
nrfnmq V. Ihpp, Chrrlu, rX1.lEINJ.lL', Wxllmnw. Krausw Seidel, Potecl, Mm1a,qrrg Kvzvtllng' Bluett, Moore, Slgler. Smlul: L1I'CCI1fiL2ld,
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Early in Decemhcr a group of Foresters
hegan to practice with a hope for a suc'
cessful hasltethall season. Dorothy Reyeur,
the only varsity holdover, captained the
Green and Gray sextet which started out on
the road to victory hy defeating Kenwood.
During the season the team suhrered several
casualties and there arose a need to move up
several girls from thej. V. team thus vvealcing
hoth teams. Although hampered hy these
unfortunate happenings, the girls fought hard
until the last whistle was hlown at the end
ol' each game, and vvon for themselves a
record they could he proud of.
Cirecnhcld Moore Siglcr
Seidel K rauss
As the Warmer Weather came, some For'
esters could be found in the girl's gym hard
at work on their volleyball game. The team
was composed of a number of seniors, several
sub-seniors, a junior, and a sophomore. The
team had only one varsity veteran, Katherine
Krauss, but there were many girls from the
previous year's V. team, which had been
undefeated. The team was captained by
Pat Greenfield and coached by Miss Hyde.
Much valuable practice was received from
the games played with the various boys,
organizations. The team went out to win
their games and was only brought to defeat
by a superior Patterson team which really
lcnevv that there was some opposition on the
other side of the net.
Forest Park 34 Parks S
Forest Park 32 Catonsville 13
Forest Park 24 Towson 26
Forest Park IZ Patterson 23
Forest Park 32 Southern 23
Forest Park 34 Alumni 28
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All the 1948 hadminton team was formed
in Septemher. Their coach, Miss Edith
Manning, was pleased to had that she had
three varsity holdoversg Katherine Krauss,
Barhara Friedherg, ancl Nancy Hutton. Witli
the aid of Elizaheth Poteet, manager, Miss
Manning assemhled a squad of eleven hard'
working and hardfplaying girls. Ranking
on the top for the second successive year was
Katherine Krauss, a senior, who came through
the season as the only undefeated memher
of the squad. The only other senior memher
of the team was Nancy Hutton. The hard
worlc and etllort put forth hy each girl was
well rewarded when, at the end of the
season, the team found that they had a
record of three victories and two defeats,
Forest Parlc IO Girls Latin O
Forest Park 5 Friends 6
Forest Park 8 VVestern lFirst game? l
Forest Park 2 Eastern 7
Forest Parlc 9 Western lSecond gamel 0
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Claw of june '49
In September of 1946, we entered the
portals of Forest Park for the first time, as a
group of bewildered sophomores, Even
though we were a little uncertain as to
what the future held, it didn't take us long
to get in step as loyal Foresters, aiding our
school's every endeavor and supporting its
As the leaves were turning crimson in
October, 1947, we were organized as the
june Class of 1949. We met our friend and
adviser, Mr. john F. Burger, Jr, Shortly
afterwards We had our elections and our
leaders were chosen. It was under the guid'
ance of Charles Cooper that our class entered
into and successfully completed its many
As two of our first projects, we decorated
the Christmas tree in the main entrance, and
for the children at Kernan's Hospital we
gave a Christmas Party. Early in 1948 We
were measured for our class rings, and it
Wasn't long before We were exhibiting them
with great pride.
Un April 14, 1943, we presented to the
school our blunior Uay' Asseinlaly, It was a
variety show displaying all the talented
menihers ol our class. Keeping in accordance
with tradition, following the assenihly, we
planted .1 tree on the front campus in com'
menioration ol! Arhor Day. ln great splendor,
we attended our Alunior Prom on May 22,
As our ,Iunior Days ended, and we rose
to the height ol suhfseniors, we laegan malting
plans and forming committees for the year-
hoolx. On March 4, 1949, the solemn
strains ol' the Hllriests' March" ushered us
into the auditorium, and it was then that
we were inaugurated as seniors ol' Forest
Parli. illhis was reason enough for celelwration
the following evening at our Senior Inaugural
During our last few months in school we
tried to give the school the kind of guidance
it deserved. We will always reniemher our
glorious years at Forest Parlcg how we
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April 14, I9-48 marked the day that we
appeared before the school for the hrst time
as a class. We wer very proud to wear our
ribbons with the word "juniors" spelled
out down the front. Our assembly was a
great success, and the student body thor-
oughly enjoyed the talent show which we
presented. Vocal selections were offered by
Stanley Frank, .Ioan Konow, and a special
junior Chorus, Musical selections, hy 'Ioan
Weisman, Charles Cooper, Bonnie Towner,
and Betty Weiiibaunig and dance varieties,
by Sura Gesben and .loan Goldberg. Nancy
Lee Avery presided as chairman of the as'
sembly and Nancy Hutton was moderator.
The various committees which helped malce
junior Day such a success were headed hy
Bassie Seltzer, Estelle Berkowitz, June Marie
Rose, and Mickey Stouck, and lram Cohn
was General Chairman of Junior Day,
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To complete our installation as Juniors,
shortly after the assembly, we carried out
the tradition of planting a tree on the front
campus. Our class president, Charlescooper
presided over the ceremony as we planted
a japanese Cherry tree. To help the tree get
its new start in life, our advisor, Mr. Burger,
our class ofhcers, Mr. Dunn, Miss Becker,
Mr. Royer, and members ofthe tree planting
committee all sprinkled dirt on it. Thus, We
presented a token of our loyalty to Forest
Park, In the coming years this tree will
serve as a symbol whereby We, the Class of
june 1949, will be remembered by future
Foresters. By planting this tree, we have
been tied in an everlasting bond to Forest
ree f antmg
Zlren Our unior rom
Wonderlhull is the only word that can
describe our junior Prom. The fun we
all had, the hours We spent planning for
it, and the tremendous success that it turned
out to be. Cn Saturday night, May ZZ,
1948, at the Alcazar Main Ballroom, the
entire junior Class danced to the enchanting
music of Bill Maisel and his orchestra. It
was hard to believe at one o'cloclc that four
hours had passed so swiftly. This was a
night to be long remembered, another pleasant
memory of our years spent at Forest Park.
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SENIOR INAUGURAL ASSEMBLY
Hprirsls' Xlartlin .,... .........,. S chool Orchestra
"Tin Star Spiiiiglul liiiiiiirru
Chairiiiaii ...... . ...... Irma Kitt
Scriptiirc. . .,............... Pete Raymond
"Smit l.0r.l's Pr.iyrr"
The Senior Class
"C rvvn si.lcr and Hciir Xiu". , ..... The Senior Class
INTRODUCTION or SPEAKER . , .Elaine Kotlowit:
ADDIIESS ,...............,.,,,. Rabbi Uri Miller
"Prcliitlv in C Sharp Miimruf ffRachmaninoll',
Cuss PizEsiDExr ..,.. ,...,. C harles Cooper
"Sa ln l.m'r"APorter, . . ........ Dick Anderson
Cmss ADX'ISOR ...., .... M r. john F. Burger, jr.
"Carisxiim1"--Penn ..,.,.,.,.... Phyllis Goldberg
"Thr VVl1lH.CI1pO0f SOIIKQY 'fPomeroy,
Senior Boys' Chorus
SCHOOI, Pnixcimi ......,.., Mr. VVendell lf. Dunn
"A Heart Tlmfs Frau fRobyn ...,..,. .loan Konow
"Ei'ccrpts"ffROg,ers and Hammerstein. , .Senior Class
"Prirxts' March " ..............,. School Grchestrii
Chorus under the direction Of
Miss Genevieve Butler
Orchestra under the direction of
Mr. joseph Peverill
Acroiiifuiiiist ......... .......,... A ileen Goldstein
Miss Ruth Hudson Miss Elizabeth Ridgely
Asscmlily Cfhairniaii. . . ........ Aileen Goldstein
Program Cfliaifrniaii i..,... Irma Cohn
Dccumti iiii s Chair iii. ui .... joan Schumacher
Spcalccr Clitiiriiiizii. .,.,., Irma Kitt
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Do you rememher the night of March 5,
1949? Of course we clol That was our
Senior Inaugural Dance. The very atmos'
phere of Levering Hall breathed excitement.
VVith heautiful dresses, flowers, and gay
laughter everywhere, our hearts couldn,t
help hut skip a beat. To the romantic music
of the Melodiers, we danced on, and on,
and on into the night.
We were most thankful for the efforts of
the dance committee, and chairman, Mayhelle
Beck for providing such a wonderful time
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On March 16, 1949 the Sentor ss
surprtsed the school wtth a most ento tw L
vartety show, wtrh Marty Buclsntan ILI Y
as Master 0f1Qi6fClNOHlCS. Many talLntLL
tnenthers of' our class, hestdes a few unL Lr
chtssmen, parttctptttett tn the LISSLINIU y
The school was entertained In L
scene, some Llance selectlons, xartous xoLt
anLl tnustcal presentattons, and the ftmous
Maharalah of Magadtrr. The AILILIL L
went tnto an uproar ot' laughter VVITLI1 out
graceful Ktclvchorus oi' hoys tnaLL
appearance upon the stage 'lhe LtanLL s
looked very Ltatntth' sweet, LIVCSNLK
ptnls hallertna costumes and long LL
How shocked everyone was upon huttne
the voice of Sidney Clreenstreet com Y
from Forest ljarles own stage. WL soon
Lhscovered it was a gifted Forester TLHL Ll
ing nnpersonattons. This was .1 st
whtch was ahnost entirely organt:L wx
Lhrected ht, and presented hy the SLINUF
lWLlI XVINCI1 NYJS XX'l'lUlIf' CH-IUf'CLI INN' IH'
lo the strains of the 'kcoronation Marchy'
and "Aida March" we were ushered into
the auditorium on the morning otijune lO,
1949, for our Farewell Assemhly. Leatrice
Smulwitz presided as chairman for our last
formal appearance before the school. The
Reverend Don Frank Fenn, DD., the guest
speaker, was introduced hy Nancy Hutton.
Various musical selections were offered by
the Senior Class and hy soloists,
Our Class President, Charles Cooper,
and our Adviser, Mr. Burger, each spoke a
few words in farewell to the class. Then,
as a surprise to everyone, we presented, as
our gift to the school, a portrait ol' Mr.
Dunn, painted by our own 'Ronnie Anderson,
As the Twentyfhfth Anniversary Class, we
were honored hy hearing incidents of the
history of the school from the hrst principal
of Forest Park, Mr, Glenn Uwens. Following
this, Mr. Dunn graciously thanked the class
for our IHOSI thoughtful gift, We bid
farewell with the singing of "Auld Lang
Synen and then conducted our Recessional.
girdt Our anquef
Our last social affair hegan with .1
hanquet held at the Sheraton-Belvedere
Hotel, on the eighteenth ofvslune. Mar'
tain Bueltman, toastmaster, introduced
our numerous guests. Gifts were pre'
sented to a few memhers ol' the class
for their outstanding work and also to
Nliss Butler and Mr. Burger.
044 'we ga thereof for
As dusk was falling, we, the memhers
ol the Class olijune l949, proudly passed
through the war memorial gate and as'
semhled on the steps of Forest Park for
the traditional Step Singing ceremony.
Friends gathered on the campus to listen
as we sang some of our favorite songs.
The hearts of all of us were touched with
sadness as the strains ol' "After Graduation
Day" hlled the air. We realized that
this was to be one ol our last sweet
memories of Forest Park.
The hanquet hall was cleared in prepara'
tion for the dance. The music of Carl
Hiimilton's orchestra hlled the room with an
air of iiestivity. Al 11:30 the traditional
Ring Ceremony was performed, at which
time our school rings were turned to face
outward. Pleasant memories of this night
will linger with us for many years to come.
ur ina! Step . . . ommencemeni
The long awaitetl tlay ..,. The class
matle a picturesque appearance seatecl on the
stage, the girls in white gowns and the
lwoys in tuxeclos. 'lwhe invocation was given
hy the Reverend Don Franlt Penn, D.D..
alter which the Senior Class sang "The
l-orcl's Prayer," liollowetl hy "Prayer," The
class was recommentletl to Dr. Carey
liaylor, Assistant Superintendent of Schools
hy Mr. Dunn. The diplomas were conferred
hy the Honorahle Thomas I7'Alesantlro,
Mayor ol' Baltimore, Musical selections were
ol'l'erecl hy a hoys' chorus, girls' chorus, anal
the Senior Class. The presentation ol
awartls was perliormecl hy Mr. Dunn, alter
which the henediction was given hy Rex-
VVe enterecl to learn, to serve we now go
lim! Look ing
Xlosr Popular Cum! Bm Personal ity
Irma Kitt Charles Amass Betty McCullough
Charles Cooper Bobby Lee Scott Martin Buclcman
Brst Drtsml Cfuttst Couple Dont .Xloit For Schoo
Carol Abramson Nanccy Moll Pete Raymond
Simon Oflfir Bill Glover Aileen Goldstein
Brit SUN! of Humor Mort Cllzlmtctl Most Lilccly to Succtctl
Martin Buekman Aileen Goldstein Carol Abramson
Betty McCullough Ronnie Anderson Ronnie Anderson
lie gdilorial Staff
une 1949 goredler
M1'RA GROSS BLUNIA HEIMAN
EARL SUNDERLAND FRANCIS SINDLER
Boys' Sports Editor
Girls' Sports Editors
KATHERINE KRAUSS PAT GREENFIELD
SONIA SIDLIN ESTIIER GOLDSIEIN
EI I:ARETH POTEET SYLVIA MANACHER
NANCY LEE AVERY
MAROI IN CLDHEN
IUNE MARIE ROSE -IIINE ROSE
RONNIE ANDERSON CLAIRE GREENBERG
HELENE HANKIN RONA WEITZNIAN
ESTEI I E BERIcOwII:
MARIORIE MONFRED IRNA Kin'
ELAINE KARl.OIfF JEAN KITT
NANCEY MOLI, IRIS ANN SACIIS
JEAN HIMMIZII I DEVERA MAKICDID
Busilwxs Mdllcl-QL'T. .
Adurriiving Manager. .
, . .MIIIDRED KAPl,AN
. . . . .PETE RAYMCJND
Patron AJ Managfr ....
. .HAROl.D BARSHOOK
C Olilllitfffidl AJ xldildgff ......
MARY MARGARET LENTZ
DONNA LORECR '
BOIIIIY LEE SCOTT
he Budinedd Staff
une 1949 goredter
DiSfYil7l4li0l1 Manager. . . ,.,. . .ELAINE K0'TI,lDWlTZ
MAIKCIA COIIN BETTY HAll'l'Z
Subscription NI.1nI1gfr. . ........ LEATRICE SHUI WITZ
ISABEI I CHRISTl.E HILLARY HOLl.ANDER
RITA DE GIRAl.0hi0 NANCY HUTTON
DERIIY ENNIS JIIIJY Kll.PATRlCK
HARRIET FOHRMAN ADELE KLAWANS
LENNA HANSGE DORIS LEVIN
MICK EY S TOUCK
The work is done! The goal is won!
The aims of our enrollment have been fulfilled. Our prospec'
tive efforts have coined rich rewards from every corner and
height of the school. Many of us have met with high success,
but all of us have enjoyed the prosperity obtained from the rich
gold We have mined-membership in the student body of For-
est Parlc High School. The value of our prospecting is foimd in
the friendships formed, the school spirit shouted, and the in'
spirations incurred from an everfpatient faculty. We entered
this field of opportunity realizing it would begin a new era.
Our expectations were not dissapointed. In looking baclc we
see it as a distinct part of our life-three years of comradship
and devotion to school and friends-three years of adventure
in leaming and on fields of contest-three years of growth-
physical, mental and social-three years, swift, but a distinct
era to us. We entered as youth unaccustomed to taking obliga'
tions. We have so grown that on the momentous evening we
received our diplomas we felt as though it was not only the
hand of the mayor of Baltimore we clasped but that also of the
world introducing us to a great new era which awaits. We are
prepared for this era because of the rich rewards obtained from
a great school, an institution, Forest Park High School. Today,
imbued with the spirit possessed by the pioneers of '49 a cen-
tury before, we face the world ready to accept the positions
for which our beloved Alma Mater has prepared us. To her we
turn this last page of an era in heartfult thanks of gratitude.
Abby and Arlene
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Abrams
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Adler
A Hopkins man
Helen and Mel Aiken-Alumini
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Akehurst
Miss Rosalyn Akehurst
Miss Rose Alasiia
Alice and John
Alpha Pi Theta Sorority
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson
Ann and Ed
Ann and Morris
Anne and Gerry
Mr. M. H. Annenberg
Mrs. M. H. Annenburg
Edward A. Applegarth
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Armacost
Betty Lee Arthur
Mr. and Mrs. Artz
Babe and Bunny
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Baddock
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bald
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ball
Mrs. Harry Ball
Barbara and Bill
Barbara and Stanley
Paul Barber Shop
Mr. lsadore Barr
Mrs. Jeannette Barr
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Barrett
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Barrish
Mr. and Mrs. lsadore Barshook
Linda and Judy Bass
Edna K. Bauer
Mr. and Mrs. George Baylin
Mrs. W. E. Bear
Mr. W. E. Bear
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Beasley, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Bemie Behelman
Mr. and Mrs. lrving Benner
Dr. Eugene Bereston
Walter I. Berlin
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Berman
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Berman
Bernice and Jerry
Leonard lvan Berstein
Bett and Hobie
Betty and Paul
Bev and Arnie
Bev and Lou
Bill and Celeste
Bill and Joan
Bill and Mary Margaret
Bill and Marla
Edna and Elmer Blez
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bloom
Phyllis Lois Bloom
Bob and Gene
Mr. and Mrs. John Bond
John W. Bosley
Mr. and Mrs. James Born
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bowers
Mr. and Mrs. Brinsfield
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Broth
Mr. and Mrs. D. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown
lrwin M. Brown, Jr.
Miss Mary Lou Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brownstein
Mr. and Mrs. David Brozer
Lillian M. Bryant
Charlotte and Hy Buchner
Mr. and Mrs. H. Buckman
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burke
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Calder
Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Caldwell
Carol and Frank
Carolyn and Al
Mrs. N. Carr
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Carrick
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Carrick
Mr. and Mrs. David Carson
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Chait
Charles and Leona
Charlotte and Teddy
Elaine Jolfe Cherney '42
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Chernoll
Chick and Chuck
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Christie
Thelma H. Clarke
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen
Eddie and Dickie Cohn
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohn
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cohn
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cohn
Mr. and Mrs. S. Charles Cole
Elvin B. Collector
Compliments of L. and A.
Compliments of Joe
Miss Elsie Conklin
Rev. and Mrs. Clarence Cook
Mrs. Vernon G. Corrie
Mr. and Mrs. George Counsey
Mr. John Lee Cronise
Danny and Bunny
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Datres
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. David Davison
Gene and Sue DeCamp
Mr. and Mrs. Madison Deal
Mr. and Mrs. Pedro DeLaRosa
Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Dettor, Sr
Donna and Bob
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dondhue
M. W. Donaoni
Daughter of Dorcus
Dot and L.
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dragon
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Dragon
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Dreite
Mrs. Jessie Dull
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dull
Mr. and Mrs. l. Dubick
Mr. and Mrs. Donald D Durrah
Mrs. Helene Eaves
Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. Escard
Edna Lee and Al
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ennis
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Epstein
Mr. Philip Epstein
Eric and Ellen
Betsy Winslow Ernst
A. H. Ershine
Robert C. Eltermann
Barbara Elaine Epstein
Sonia Florence Epstein
Ethelyn and Lillian
Eunice and Leon
Mary A. Falter
Faye and Abe
Donald H. Feemster
Miss Betty Feeser
Marcia E. Feldman
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feit
Mr. and Mrs. Max Feldman
Mr. Harry Fine
Mr. Melvin Fine
Mrs. Charlotte Fix
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Flickinger
Florell and Marsh
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ford
Betty and Bob Forhman
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Forhman
Mrs. C. Roland Fowble
Pat Fowble '48
Jan and Al Fox
Mr. and Mrs. S. Fox
Mr. and Mrs. F. Franciscus
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Frank
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frank, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frank, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Frankel
Fred and Ben and Steve
Freddie and Sarah
Frederick Construction Company
Friday 3rd Period Cafe
Compliments of a Friend
Compliments of a Friend
Compliments of a Friend
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Friner
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Fritz
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fix
Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Futter
W. H. Gemell
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Mrs. Rae Gertz and Children
Harry G. Gesser, Jr.
Mrs. Eleanor Giarth
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Giarth, Jr.
P. Nelson Giarolfo
Mrs. Robert S. Gill
Mr. Robert Gill
Mr. Robert S. Gill
Mr. and Mrs. H. Ginsberg
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ginsberg
Mr. and Mrs. S. Glass
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Glenn
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Glover
Bemice and Vemon Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldberg
Howard H. Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goldberg
Phyllis and Harriet Goldberg
Mr. and Mrs. Goldschmult
Mr. and Mrs. David Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Goldstein
Ester and Hy Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice P. Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldstein
Mr. and Mrs. Lou Goloskov
John A. Gooch
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Goodell
Judith and Alan Goodhart
Robert L. Goodman
Mrs. Gladys Gosnell
Mrs. Meyer Greenbaum
Mr. and Mrs. Elliot W. Greenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Greenstein
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob A. Gross
Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Grossblat
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Greenberg
Steve and Jay Grossman
Saul David Gurney
Virginia A. Hammond
Walter C. Hammond, Jr.
Mrs. Vera Hampton
Compliments of Hankin Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanover
Albert H. Hansge
Albert P. Hansge
William W. Harden
G. Vinton Harden
Robert B. Harney
Harriet and Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harris
Charles W. Harris
Hillard and David Harrison
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hart
Mr. and Mrs. T. Hartz
Haywood Heights Florist
Hazel and Fred
Mr. Peter Hefner
Howard C. Heiss
Helene and Morris
Mrs. Roscoe N. Hendrix
Henry's Credit Jeweler's
Betty Lou Herbert
Mrs. Evelyn Herr
James L. Hessenauer
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Himes
William B. Himes
George M. Hoffman
Joyce and Richard
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hoffman
Hog Maws and Chittlin's
Mrs. John J. Von Hogel
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holstein
Edward L. Holt
Simon C. Horstein
Mrs. F. Gardner Houck
Mr and Mrs. Willia L. Humbert
Mr. and Mrs. Greg. Hunt
Mrs. Lillian Hurwitz
William F. Hutchins
C. S. Hutton
Mrs. Edward S. Hutton, Jr.
Mrs. E. S. Hutton
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Irene and Gil
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Jean's Beauty Shoppee
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Judy and Morty
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kallins
Jessa Kallins ,
Linda and Marsha Kaminsky
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Kappa Sigma Tau
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Sharon Ray Katz
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The Kid's Friend
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Mr. and Mrs. E. Kovens
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Mrs. F. Krauss
Mr. F. Krauss
Mrs. J. Krohn
Stanley and Gerson Kroiz
Mr. and Mrs. James Krometis
Mrs. Ruth Kull'
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman L. Kurtzwile
Helen Lacks, '45
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lahu
Sam Lee Laundry
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Lautenbach
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lebolf
Lee and Harriett
Mrs. Egon Lelfman
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Lenhart
Norma E. Lentz
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Mr. Nathan Levin
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H. S. Levy
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Frank and Nancy Liss
Sidney B. Litvin
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Harry John Lobe
Mrs. Margaret Lockard
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lodge
Mr. Lester Logan
Lois and Jane--Feb. 46
Lois Merilyn-Phyllis Joane
Mark S. London
Mr. and Mrs. M. Loreck
Lorraine and Jerry
Mrs. W. D. Luby
Mrs. C. Luechart
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lufburrow
Lynn and Bill
Mr. and Mrs. John Maclsaac
Mr. and Mrs. John Maclsaac, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. August Maggid
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Magin and Jimmy
Mr. and Mrs. W. Mannion
Mara and Rormie
Mr. and Mrs. Marcs
Lila Marks, B.B.G.
Mrs. C. Marlatt
Mrs. and Mr. S. S. Marlatt
Mr. and Mrs. Albert T. Marlowe
Marty and Al
Mary Low and Bob
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Matthews
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald G. Mazer
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McKenna
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. McNab
E. A. McPareaerd
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Stephen Wayne Miller
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Earl M. Norris
Franny Kalkenson-Phylliss Oppel
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Elmer F. Pease
Esther H. Pease
Mr. and Mrs. Pelovitz
Pimlico Barber Shop
Pinky and Fusty
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Albert M. Plaine
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Linda and Janice Posner
John W. Poteet, Jr.
Katharine R. Poteet
Virginia K. Poteet
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Ellen Ruth Rosenberg
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M. S. Rosenberg
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Ross
Edward l. Roth
Jerome Louis Rubin
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Marcia and Lennie Rubin
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William F. Ryan
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Mr. and Mrs. LouisJ. Sagner
Mr. Max Sachi
Shirley and Hank Sachs
Phyllis Goldberg and Eddie Salem
Mrs. Louise Solley
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Sarubin
Susan and Molly Scheinberg
Frona and Michael Scherr
Miclcey Schiller and Sondra Schucalter
Lesslie Anne Schloss
Mrs. M. Sclineppe
Mr. John H. Schneppe
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schreter
Dr. and Mrs. Morris Schucalter
Mr. and Mrs. Max Schulman
Mr. Clinton H. Schultz
William S. Schultz, Jr.
Selma Weinberg and Doris Schwartz
Bobby Lee Scott
Mr. and Mrs. Franlt L. Scott
Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seidel
Selma, Betty and Rachael
Emile H. Serpass
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Mrs. Georgia Shagogue
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Shagogue
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Shagogue
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Sherman and Joan
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Sherman's Meat Marltet
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
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Andrew W. Silbert
Miss Nannette Silbert
Ellen and Arnold Silverman
Bobby and Rozzie
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Singer
Mr. and Mrs. S. H
Mrs. Ida Sjolander
Mr. and Mrs. Skaist
Carol and Ronnie Sless
Speedy, lrish, and
Robert E. Small
Mr. and Mrs. L. Crawford Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith, Jr.
Mrs Nathan Smith
Mr. and Mrs. A. Swartz
Samuel S. Tamburo
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John G. Wagner, Jr.
Teddy and Gene Walman
Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Walters
Mr. and Mrs. G. Walters
Mr. James Warthea
William J. Watson, B.T.C.
T. L. Watson
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Mr. J. L. Weber
lsadore S. Weinbaum
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Mrs. William Solomon
Sonny and Obbie
Arden Stahl, '48
Mary Jane Staiti
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Stanley and Gale
B. T. Stansbury
Dollield Texaco Station
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Stein
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Weinblart
Myron an lrvin Weiner
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
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Judy Weitzman '
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Billy and Midge Wiggley
Mr. Donald E. Wilhide
Hilde Mae Williams
Herbert E. Witz
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Wolf
Mr. and Mrs. S. Wollc
Mr. Charles E. Wood, Jr.
Mrs. Chas. E. Wood, Jr.
Miss Doris Wood
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood
Miss lva Wood
Mrs. Charlotte Yeagle
Miss Ruth Yeagle
Miss Florence Zalltovitz
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Compliments of X,
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Congratulations! Class of '49
JOAN and SALLY MEROWITZ
Ice Cream Co.
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1950 LINDEN AVENUE AT NORTH
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The Class of February 1939 Congratulales
THE CLASS OF JUNE 1949
On Its Graduation
THE GRADUATING CLASS
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FOREST PARK HIGH SCHOOL RINGS
Immediate Delivery On Most Sizes
"The Ultimate in School Ring Perfection"
FOREST PARK JEWELRY
PINS - WALLETS - BRACELETS
BUCKLES - TIE CI-IAINs - NECKLACES
The Iohn Trockenbrot Co.
310 N. PACA STREET
MUlberry 105 2
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VICTOR FRENKIL, Pres.
711 SOUTH CENTRAL AVENUE
BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND
Since 1 887
1613-21 EASTERN AVENUE
Phone: PEabody 3603-04
MR. and MRS. HARRY L. WEINBERG
For Delicious Meals Eat At The
226 W. FAYETTE STREET
HENDLER'S TEXACO STATION
6201 REISTERSTOWN ROAD
Corner Strathmore Avenue
BALTIMORE 1 5, MARYLAND
Don't Get Mad Get MYSTIK TAPE
MYSTIK DIST. OF MARYLAND
1617 GUILFORD AVENUE
Phone: Llberty 9812 Trucks For Hire - Hauling
H. J. MCCARTHY
Conveyors of Ash, Trash and Rubbish
All Holidays, WMU Be There
Daily - Weekly - Monthly Pick-up Service
HOTELS - REs'rAuRANTs - TAVERNS
6626 BRIGHTON AVENUE BALTIMORE 15, MD.
Good Luck and Success To The
CLASS OF '49
EATON 8' BURNE11' AN OUTSTANDING
SCHOOL WITI-I AN
OUTSTANDING RECORD OFFERING THE BEST IN
BUSINESS EDUCATION. NEW CLASSES-JUNE 13
AND zo. INTENSIVE SI-IORTHAND, TYPEWRIT-
ING, SECRETARIAL, ACCOUNTING COURSES.
Veterans Accepted Under G.I. Bill
S18 N. CHARLES STREET SAratogz 5511
THE ARUNDEL CORPORATl0N
BALTIMORE 3, MARYLAND
DREDGING - CONSTRUCTION
SAND - GRAVEL - STONE
Best Wishes To Class of june '49
A FRIEND OF BARBARA BERMAN
Manufacturer of Home Made Polish Kielbaxa and Kiszka
Best Meats Used In Our Products
45 LEXINGTON MKT. 254 CROSS STREET MKT.
GENERAL WOODWORKING CO.
Store Fixtures - Interiors
Ofite and Bar Fixtures - Kitchen Units
GLEN BURNIE P. O., MD. Glen Burnie 1192
Artistry In Flowers
3838 FOREST PARK AVENUE Near Garrison Blvd.
Telephone: Llberty 7140
5 E. HAMILTON STREET
Gifts To Use and Treasure
Formal Rental Service
3805 FOREST PARK AVENUE
For Your Bowling Plvasurc'-Visit
ROGERS AND REISTERSTOWN ROAD
Landscape Service and General Contracting
MARSHALL F. HARDEN
S308 DOGWOOD ROAD Woodlawn 672-M
Good Luck To The
CLASS OF '49
BELAIR MOTOR CO.
Bertrum Koppel, Mgr.
101 S ORLEANS STREET
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