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

 - Class of 1959

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Now, as our days shorten, it rings not so shrilly to our filling hearts as we pen this tribute to the Forest Park Bell. Our bell has no crack, yet, it is a liberty bell, a bell that represents fulfillment through the liberty of the human mind. Our bell tolls no knell, but it does stand for spirit, our collective spirit, and, more important, our individual spirits-strong, free, and humble. A Q. x 1' ,'."r 1 X f l Q 1 1 aczwl U is if-1- QC 1"',a. . Q ,q11f.'1.Q,,' . 1l',"",'-4'T H .A,' .li . Symbol of the red schoolhouse of days long past, the bell is education, wholly American, it is a striving toward ideals. Today our bell is electric, dynamic, resounding, truly representative of our time and our future. long after we have answered its final summons, the school bell shall continue to serve, not only our youth, but our lunborn generations. As long as men's hearts thirst for truth, its ring shall be the call intoythe light. J.,-,YS 'V 'fgifff ' Q. .fi .. ' , I 'fp' ll Ill V' ' ll lu 1 Q ll l.l ll ll an ll Ill s-L-t ,1 nl U 5 A-P. -rl, -5 wc.- . -ju s 4 ' . ' L K hi! ' v ' U ' ell' "3 :I ' . Til I m.,4 . 1. . U!! ,rf - by ' f D bl' if ' l A - 5 , I., m K - A . f ri is ,451 Q'-'W tab, ,al K '1 -5.- C N . L Nyi .5 ,- -mg -t"' ,- A x .. , ,g . YQ' 'Q 1 .- ' '- ' v R Sl ' qw xl' 7.79K 'N 'Q -W Q . ' , lit 'Els Forest Park E. . . . . . has been built upon a past that is bright and glorious. Guided by its traditional green and gray colors, Forest Park has emerged as a symbol of growth and optimism, steadfastness and sterling worth. For years Forest Park has excelled in scholastic achievement as well as in student govemment partici- pation, sports, and year activities, each of these building up to complete the portrait of our school. The history of Forest Park High School extends over a period of thirty years- years devoted to training students to become the leaders and teachers of tomorrow. ln an effort to create well-rounded persons, the school has organized two programs-curricular, including all classroom subiects, and extra-curricular, including athletic and non-athletic organizations. The general curriculum offers an academic course for those students who plan to attend college, a commercial course for those who expect to enter the business world, and a technical course for those boys interested in mechanics. These subiects are arranged so that we, the students, "Enter to learn, go forth to serve." Sports were the lirst of the extra-curricular activities, however, varsity sports did not begin until a year after Forest Park was founded. In that second year, football, basketball, track, and baseball became the highlights, and to encour- age participation, the Boys' and Girls' Athletic Associations,were formed. Our school succeeded so well in competition that lacrosse, volleyball, tennis, fencing, and swimming were also added. But the athletic program did not stop there. Soon an athletic letter of green and gray was given as an award to those students acquiring a certain number of points, and this award was followed by numerals, ribbons, and medals, according to the student's achievements. The motto which was adopted at that time was: "Sports for all, and all for sports." With sports well on the way, another form of extra-curricular activity was begun-student participation in government. Modeled after our national demo- cracy, the organization was headed by an elected Student President and Vice- President. At the Inauguration Assembly the President was, and still is, 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 co-operation. The axe, which is bound in the center, represents the power and authority invested in the Student President, however it has a blunt edge to serve as a reminder that his power cannot be used harmfully. To aid these leaders in their endeavors, a Senate was formed, consisting of one elected student from every half-year class. A court system, consisting of a Chief Justice and six associate Justices, was also devised to punish all olfenders of school regulations. The last body to be formed was the Cabinet, which was to serve in an advisory capacity to the President and Vice-President. Thus our government was formed to include as many people as possible. Today, not only do we have a line Court, a Senate and a Cabinet to aid the student leaders, but we also have student representatives from each homeroom class and student officers who help maintain order in the corridors and cafeteria. Prominent among the activities of the school are the individual year organiza- tions. Each year takes pride in presenting and carrying out the many traditions which have come about during the years. The adoption of a school ring, .lunior Day, Senior Inaugural and Farewell Assemblies, and the loyalty song are but a few of their many contributions. As the years have passed, these activities have become more elaborate, today, we all participate in a newly initiated Student Day and take pride in our well-established Club Council. Also we have recently added a Foreign Exchange Program to the activities at Forest Park. Yes, Forest Park does have a glowing past, but even more outstandirig will be its future, for each of its students will add his touch to aid the growth of his school, as Foresters will continue forever to "Enter to learn, go forth to serve." c I, The Forester Learns 3""""-vcr-1.. yy ,f c 1 WV 52155, N f 2 , : E2 1 ' Vw -Q diff IV, 7. ft , Q , .5 ,F . ,. i . ,uf 1073 5 37' 1-J A Q S 9' , ,K M.. 7 Under the patient guidance of the dedicated men and women who taught him, the Forester acquired learning and became more mature in his iudgment. How inex- perienced, callow, and timid a youth he was when he first entered the school! With tact and forbearance, his teachers accepted him and molded him into a self- reliant, perceptive person. Wisely, they not only im- parted knowledge but also fostered in him the spirit and desire to go forth and seek understanding for himself. Their genuine interest and sincere friendship helped to make his varied activities rich and meaningful experi- ences. When he needed help in his studies or counsel for his problems, they gave unstintedly of their time and of themselves. As he turns toward the future with an eager heart, the Forester bids his teachers farewell and fervently hopes that he will be a credit to theirteachings. Administration DUNN eq, 1-I' R 'Y W , s. ir -nuf- -cf-'4"'4 'PW' 4 Mr Wendell E Dunn Principal There was a time when the expression new worlds to con quer had various meanings all limited to this planet The orbiting ot the satellites and the serious efforts going into the conquest of space give the phrase a realistic but unlimited meaning ror tne immeaiate luture ana lor most ol us the problems ot this world will be our concern Our hope is that we have aaequately prepared you tor your next ventures be they in bustress research or further education When Cas you well mayl you need to meet the problems of outer space you will probably find required the same virtues and obilities that you have developed here in Forest Park l trust they will prove adequate May you enloy the best of health wealth and happiness Sincerely WENDELL E DUNN Uv.,- qc, M 'or' , 9, --, .H -'..,- A . .W . . 1 - - fr . . 3 , , . . ,, . . . . . 1 A ,r 1 r- ,r - I4 I . . . ' . ' , 1 , , 1 i . 1 I . Mus Sophie M Becker VICO Principal Dear Seniors We have shared together many hours of study and you have been Wllllng at the cost of much patient labor to cheer the difficult paths of Intellectual toIl by the unfaIlIng sweetness of your beloved com pamonship using the words of P G Hammerton to express better my own feeling and quoting hIm aaa n with your permIssIon A truly Intellectual philosophy must begIn by FSCOQDIZIDQ the fact that the Intellectual paths are Infinitely long that there will always be new horizons behInd the horIzon that IS before us and that we must accept a gradual advance as the law of our Intel lectual life lt IS our busmess to move forward May you face these new horuzons with firm reso lution and move confidently and courageously toward the realIzatIon of your hopes and dreams Sincerely CHARLES N CRAMER Dear Seniors: lt is difficult to send you a message that will be meaningful to you now and perhaps later in life. Are you planning to see if you can join others who are attempting to reach the moon or shall you loin those on earth who are Interested In understandIng the role of the IndIvIdual In a SOCIETY In whIch he IS the focal poInt'? The great strength of America has been In the development of qUUlllIeS of leadershIp among Its people Every II'1dlVldUUl In our country has the OppOTlUnllY to seek a higher place for himself and to seek contentment and achIevement according to hIs own desIres and InclInatIons He must however keep ever before him the fundamental human values and principles of freedom that have prevaIled and we hope will always prevail In thIs country To do thIs we must have leaders who are men and women of character IntegrIty and tolerance Shall you become such leaders? Sincerely yours SOPHIE M BECKER 'K Dr Charles N Cramer Vice Principal W ,, w 5 r Q . 1, Cohen S Celler Conn J Burger R Goldstein C Q Hoffman LeShack R Martm 1 Newton 1 l. Pratt 'Q Round M Wormser I xl ' ' y -J W fx Q wh 1 C , ,V 5,-I -.. an K . T rv A B 24, Q5 "E" glsig R y VV N E Bobbm A Boom ENGLISH V Shafler Head fv- p-f' nv-"3' 'v f f 1 WV S Journallsm Class The shortest way out of a Tale of Two Cmes Dad you hear the latest? My Englush teacher IS modelnng dangllflers Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps? Robert Frost? Oh Jack s brother Whnch came first, the outllne or the A B M A Sidney Celler BS M S D Ed Louis Cohen B S Ruth Goldstem B A Eve Hoffman B A Abraham LeShacl: B S Robert Martm A B Ellus Newton A B M A laurlens Pratt B A M A Simeon Round B S M A Vrrglma Shaffer B S M A Marcna Wormser B S B Ed in f 11 t7"l if Eqfqwlx Nl Athene A perfect example ofthe name benng the same but the bram going lame l ee. B f to A 4- X I tx fl xl .2 S l.. A CA A ' . I I ll - . , Q I T V , V M ' ' I A . x , 'L A ' I 19 7 . I I 6 gf 1 . 14 A a ns , Q. 1 . A , . . ""'A' Q 'I - "?' f - , . V I V sl 'IL 5 ' I . E. T' f A X I, wx ..,.. .,... y r .X I I H lm., p 'M of f A, 1' Q Q- ' l 4. V ' ' ' . . . . I l r - .... . , Anna Bloom, B.S., Eleanor Babbitt, B.S., M.A., .lohn Burger, Jr., B.E.g Charles Cann, compoSa1,iL,rg?.. I n A. A' .ll 1--, --:I All , .-, --:l'..I , -., I.-:Nl " 4 l E. . Y' 'f ,' . K- ,X ' ' E ' C f 'B F .wiv ' E 52" iw . , I Mx , I ' fl .-, " E" ,',:.Vfff,4 .lu s, - ff 'A :sy , r x v lf. - Lf X .LX t l.'-'13-,. -5 " 'Lat ' x esp- Q1 Mr Hlrschl What happened?l' E Ffedeflcll Head A N SCIENCE Gilbert Blumberg BS Phlllp DnPaula BS Edwun Fredenck AB Ph D Henry Hlrsch BS Mnldred Hutt AB Ruth Kramer BA Joseph Krieger Pete Lynch Grace Vogel BS Alvun Waldman Rose Wernstem Where would you classify butterfly? Dont be snlly put It ID the Phy lum cabinet Mr DlPouIa Whot dad you say? Chew one plece of food thurty two tumes or thirty two pieces of food one tame? 'P 'P Help my Bunsen burners on fire Oops I dropped all the red lntmus paper my chemustry teacher turned blue Cocktanl hour? Go easy on the ammonium hydroxlde R WGIHSYGIH A Waldman G Vogel P Lynch J K,-,eger 6- 5? 4- Q I c NN' G Blumberg Jill. 'sQ DlPaula H Hlrsch Hutt R Kramer - ,. x B ' fx A 5, F"-e . P F - ' 4 - 1 ,... z 't -"' ' f --, I ---J-I ' , I- li., ' 'V I - -i , . .i ' , B.S.y - ' ' I 1 - 'F ' , r . me -N 1 I , I - , . . . . . . . . , . - . I . - ,h K I , . . - ' . . . , ' M, X T A! , N I, .. . R , wf, an A . . i A I. C. N 6 N I A I A . e .xt kxlaivt' ' r X N I In EE, Q g 'K FOREIGN LANGUAGES Nellie Bagwell, A.B.g Georgia Brown, B.A., M.A.y Margaret Gessler, A.B., Jessie Goldman, A.B., M.A.g Bernard Kalvang Mary Moore, A.B., Martha Rossmeisl, B.Sg Mary Sabine, B.S., M.A.p Laia Shevitz, A.B. What did the Latin student say to her sailor boy friend f 'I N- BUQWEII G. Brown M. Gessler in the moonlight? Nautae . , . With my passive voice l'm in a subiunctive mood .... We're playing musical Spanish teachers-When the'BeII rings, grab one and keep him for a month! . . . Miss Bagwell, can I get extra credit if I bring in two bottles of French cham- pagne .... J. Goldman Oo-ee-oo-ah-ah, ting-tang-wallo-waIIa-Bagwell B. Kalvan M. Moore 'S .. Q , I - Q, .4 a I .-'A I L. Shevitz es Veni, vidi, victus sum-I came, I saw I was conquered. 'Z- 2 is M. Rossmeisl, Head MATHEMATICS .'-, ar ' Hey you i, -1 yourself out of this problem .... Trig Key oin't it? . . . Don'1 be obtuse, moose. , . . What ore those circles for? .'T:, if' K' 'l Q J A. Culley, Head A I con se cont you? . . . I have the Power io upRoo1 all your Cubes To the nth degree. Moses Appel, B.S., Sidney Cor- Yong EIIQ Clorke, B.A., M,A, Alfred Culley, B.A., M.A.5 Froncis Hardman, AB, M.Ed.g Lilly Wor- ren, A.B. fi 5 3 FS W si." . f-',.f. - 4 -.7541 '- ' V 'J ' M. Appel -:"' . 1-ff?-'H -iw, ' .ffl ,013 ' 'fry- F' by ' 1' A S. Carton F. Hardman I R. s. ' 1-7" Arnie can add, bu? he sure con't spe L. Warren I? figures that Phil would be shocked by figures. 5- E. Brusowanlrin na X f if C. Levinson K 5 1 a LS gl' . Q, N M. Remmert Who looks sicker, the class or Florida? lsee board and use imaginationll SOCIAL STUDIES Edith Brusowanlrin, B.S., Sarah Campbell, B.S., M.S., Celeste Levinson, BA., Rebecca Liebman, B.S., M.A., D.Ed., Marie Remmert, B.S., Bessie Rich, B.S., M.Ed., Keel Silbert, B.A., M.Ed., Isabel Thomson, B.A., Gus Tsottles, B.S., Margaret Tyler, B.A., Margaret Williams, B.S. SIN?- i . M. Williams, Head I6 Scene: An American history class studying the Civil War. Question: What was the Underground Railroad? Answer: The beginning of the New York Subway system! . . . The "Ab- dominal" Tariff of T828 was established for the protection of stomachs .... Social Studies, a study of social life in the Eastern and Western high schools? . . . The world is round, it's just the people on it who are square. , . ' ' m fi 'PU . ,M Vfxsx gs X. .xi 41-.X She knows her way around with her eyes shut. B. Rich K. salbeff i, Thomson G. Tsottles M' me' .git , In-t 2 can A-i X 1 1 . " Ib 1. 5 X '77 HUYVIS ,.. 3 Hummel Q... Kahn 9' E Slaughter ." - - hs :T A gf' M x 4 i 3 tx Q9 ny 41 I fx, 3' . ff . , , h I X.,-x ,f . - gt 1 S S Goldstem Ekas E Edelman I Dandrndge H Books BUSINESS EDUCATIGN Frfty words a munute' and suxty errors? Say whoever wrote wlth thus typewrater surely dndnt know how to spell Look at this crazy word ASDF LKJ l Oh bookkeeper' Whom do you luke an the thurd at Pumlaco? Four years of typung shorthand boolckeepmg and fllnng and all they let me do as luck stamps and make Instant coltee for my boss' R Corbett Head 67, We ve made name plates address plates and tntle plates upper e en Brooks B C S u or ett Irene Plalefhi UNYUNUQ Dandrldge B S Evelyn Edelman B S S A Aluce as lr ey oldsteln BS I lan arrus Mnldred Hummel B S Muldred Kahn BS Nannette Sul b rt BS MA Ernestme Slaughter BS M d A ,Q I used to be a slow hunt and peck typnst but now 1 am a mastex of f They to ch system!! l 7 ,f -Lg. --. v-iq? 71115 N. Biasi F. Coisley Hyde PHYSICAL EDUCATION Why IS Mnss Hyde so angry? All I sand was that I made three baskets nn a row' Then when she was putting my score down on my squad card I told her that one was made out of bamboo the other out of wood the other Clumb climb Mr Simms climb Whoopsl Hot water cold water no water Bubble bath anyone? 'P Hey I made a basket with my blrdlel What do ya mean It doesn t count? Every female Forester s greatest desire to get out of a green tank sunt and unto a red onell B Mrs Blass nts my fourth shower Melville Anderson G Howard Phupps BA 13 x Sums BA MEd Hyman Zolet Hy e BA MA Edath Manmng BS R Sums Head M Anderson G Phnpps H Zolet is Wonder what happens If they get stuck lh that posltlon9 You ve got the right Idea Joy but thus IS the GIRLS gym L. 5 D Q R I I . . . . . ut . ' ', ' I , A Re ' , . ., '. A., f sfsf 49' .. Nelda Bicsi, B.S.g Frances Ccisleyp Lucy E cl , . ., . .5 ' ' , . . f' . iv y I8 fi' Z, Rf' Q - ly Y ,na "W" Q 6 TS K. Cutshall F. Dean fl" ,..- N 4. 7 . . -N Doris Church, B.S., Katherine Cutshall, B.S., Frances Deon, A.B. D. Church, Chairman HOME ECONGMICS The perfect circular skirt-circular pockets, circular hem, oops-circular mark .... l'm forever blowing bubbles-Who put soap suds in the cocoa? ! , A 1 J X OX 111i I if Don't panic, Mr. lumsden, give me your hand ' I SQAA I Cb-X If we knew you were coming, we'cl have bolted a cake. INDUSTRIAL ARTS After two years of struggle, I Hnally made it-my own splinter! ........ I said we were making screw drivers in the shops. Suddenly the whole school was down there .... Grimth Davis, Milton Lumsden, B.S., C. Gardner . w Harold Peterson, A.B. ' Q0 G. Davis up 1-52' . K ' J.. ,- M. lumsden, Chairman C, Mallonee H. Peterson G. Meushaw I-:N I- us, Mallonee, B.E., M.Ed., Gecrl Meushaw, B.S., 5- "' A e IE Langford BFA Ne we rrls BS vu """ Drop that spray gun Flash Norrls'7 Who put gr en paint un the bue N Norrus Chairman a The art class? They shnpped out wnth the Merchant Marnne' Hey my feet came oft' Whats tha 'P Oh they re using the kiln today MUSIC Genevieve Butler BA MA Anna Gallos IC or est e M A Su ne Wechsler BS M A Gallos 'E V, Kest e x v. f Wechsle Y yn we li' G. Butler X 1 vs A- "' x ul? l """ I Now I see why he cut oi has earl From the depths ofthe Music room comes the wall talk you can sang' Suddenly the halls are qunet of the plercmg soprano Screeech' If you can What do ya mean we re an treble ll- . ' ' TO I gotta crow! ! ! L i 'fm 1? 7' D 2, J Cohen 5 Kamuroff Jerry Cohen, B.S., M.Ed., Sarah KamaroH, B.5., M.Ed.g Helen Sharp, A.B., M.A.g Herman Wesver- berg, B.S., MA.: Chassie Loomis. LIBRARY OFFICE fv- H1 C Loo Is Go? a mcfch'9 Where should we file fhls boy? Do you know where I con find 0 book on how to work a The ofhce received an emergency call The other day weaving LOOMIS? or how to construcr an automobile CHAS Tell my son to come home immediately' It s going to rain and SIE .... ? Cig--' 4' ,. rf' I 9 X c LX We'll kill 'em with this one, Fred. Please pass to your second period class! STUDENT DAY 5 What flavor horn book do you like? E E K' 'X iii 1 Til s 1' or l X l i fl it-rf ls. F'-a l was c middle-aged student. Student Day-the one glorious day when the Forester has a chance to breathe the air on the other side ot the Forest Park fence . . .teachers are students . . . students are teachers . . . tun in a new institution and we'll never forget the tlrst Student Day . . . the crowded diner at 6 A.M .... get your elbow out of my coffee! . . .the assembly . . . "ln Adam's tall we sinned all," didn't we Miss Larrabee? . . . the strange faces in the ofhce . . . hey, Fredfl mean Mr. Caplan, Sir-will you send tor me for all day? . . . and, ot course, the classes'-Say, dear, aren't you a little old for high school? What's that-Oh, you teach here. From that little desk in the back ot the room? Su-ure you do! Waddya mean I'm going to tail this course? l'm teaching it today! ,f x fx Y 4591 v, i X N 'PH fr fy RW WR mari mg I- K5 was L Chantel-vous francais? Thanks to the tireless and able work of our student govern- ment and PTA, Anne Caderas de Kerleau of Montpellier, France, came to Forest Park in September 1958, to become a member of June I959. Through this program of foreign ex- change, sponsored by the American Field Service, we hope to send one of our students to France this year. The first such student in the history of our school, Anne has proven herselt to be a true Forester by heartily supporting all phases of school lite. Anne has become so integrated into the Forest Park scene that she can hardly be told from any other American teenager . . , except when she opens her mouth, zat is! Merci, Monsieur Y, , 'Lx 'JPY 'LEWIS WVR Vo I " UJTE , - .Hi- INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP if N-nf ' 4 Anne, who is your friend in the beanie7 Winston reads good like a dictionary should. X U Q.. The Forester Joins During his freshman and sophomore years, the For- ester began to see his school, not only as an institution of learning, but as a place where he could pursue his special interests. Through its clubs and other diversified activities, Forest Park held out to the Forester the chance to grow in leadership and co-operation. Eagerly, hope- fully, the Forester accepted this challenge and began to travel the road toward maturity which comes when one has learned how to lead and how to follow. In turn, by his interest and participation, the Forester helped build a strong activities' program in the school. He was amply rewarded with new friends and new ideas. The hours he spent were happy ones, enlighten- ing ones, ones which were helping to form him in the way that Forest Park wished, and so he become the Forester his school had created. 1 1 I I I I 'V I - fs P -,. 1:7-'tg ' F -I-ic , . . -f '-M. 'W -: J i ' ' ' -not ,, W -" --O- 4' A - K . ' -xl .T- STUDENT PRESIDENT: Fred Caplan. 'T STUDENT 'SY , 'si , .ss vt ,H l , A if 1 ,r r' . ggi W. 'R Pg Our student government here at Forest Park is patterned after the United States Government, being composed of three branches: executive, legislative, and iudicial. The executive branch, consisting ofthe President and Vice-President, is aided by the Cabinet, which serves as an advisory body and includes the "heads of state." '1-4' Ts 4-Q .' 1 x CABINET: L. to R., Row 1: 5. Frank, A. Lasky, F. Caplan, F. Tucker, P. Epstein. Row 2: E. Israel, S. Frank, J. Bunyan, W. Decker, K. Gordon, P. Weinberg. 28 STUDENT VICE-PRESIDENT: Priscilla Weinberg. Xxx GCDVERNMENT STUDENT PRESIDENT: Priscilla Weinberg. 52 The Senate, which functions as a link between along with the House, which is formed by class r Acting as the judicial branch is the Student Col STUDENT V'CE'PRE5'DENTf K""e" G"'d0"' to teach the students of Forest Park to follow t deavoring to cure offenders. r S' 1-1 -x 7 E17 --v :J R l .4 STUDENT COURT: L. to R., Row i: M. Kolhenstein, H, Dorfman, A. Lasky. SENATE: Row 1: Priscilla Weinberg. L. to R., Row 2: Row 2: R. Litwin, S. Block, S. Mindell, L. Smaller, M. Margolies, C. Moses, C. Macks, M. Baylin, S. Cohen, B. Posner. 29 and student government, comprises the legislati . . 1 l rl s u f' 1 x fl. ' 4 f I fm IN A BOYS' LEADERS: L. to R. Row I: G. Cruetzer, M, Baylin, Dr. Frederick-Adviser, P. EpsteinvPres., Y. Caplan-Vice Pres., D. Drobis-Membership Chairman, S. Frank, Row 2: H. Kaplon, M. Spind-Membership Chairman, C. Croner, D. Wortman, S. Levin, G, Lattin, S, Gordon-Sec, J. Theadoreelreas, HONOR SOCIETIES To foster the assumption of responsibility, high ideals, leadership, loyalty to the school . . . twin chapters of the National Honor Society . . . to in- fluence right conduct among the students of Forest Park on and oft campus . . . to do everything at all times tor the welfare of the school , . . Big and Little Sister Tea . . . assemblies . . . Coaching- to aid fellow students in their scholastic endeavors . . . under di- rection of Roberta Solomon and Gary Lattin, assisted by Suzanne Cohen and Jeftrey Selzniclc . . . hours: before school, during school, after school,-summer school. .. COACHING DIRECTORS: L. to R. J. Selznick, R. Solomon, G, Lattin, S. Cohen. GIRLS' LEADERS: L, to R. Row lr A. Robinson-'lst Vice Pres., R. From-Sec., F. Tucker-Pres., A, Caderas de Kerleau, M. Margolies-2nd Vice Pres., B. Tarses-Treas, Row 2: B. Hornstein, B. Cohen, M. Roseman, H. Hirshey, G. Beluga, D. Cator, E. Engel, P. Weinberg, M. Taback, V. Powell, M. Osler, I. Booke, Row 3: M. Gellar, B. Shuger, J. Carr, A. Molrncn, L. Liss, A, Laslcy, W. Decker, S. Cohen, A. Ellison, J. Goldman, L. Flom, A, Hendin, Row 4: A. Friedman, J, Spiegel, G, Miller, C. Pelovitz, S. Levin, B. Siskind, J. Hillman, N. Brown, F. Goldman. Row 5: E. Israel, N. Siegel, I. Willen, L. Cohen, R. Solomon, L. Sherman, A. Schiftmann, J. Libshutz, B. Miller, A. Schneider, R. Pachino, K. Gordon. 55' nf- fo 5 To help new boys adlust to school and to encour age the right attntude among the boys of Forest Park subordunate honor society to asstst tn all school emergencues GW 3: BOYS OPPORTUNITY CLUB L to R Row I AMehlman Vnce Pres S Frnedel Sec S Frank Pes I Heyman Memlaershnp Chairman Dr Frederuck Adviser Row 2 M Jacob Treas B Goldman H Blank M Barrash M Harrnson A Muller Raw 3 C Prunty M Gammerman M Lowensteun S Cohen S Levm Row 4 C Johnson S Block To serve the school through flrewell duty Lost and Found subordlnate honor socuety to promote R B among members clear thrnkung love for fellow men honesty trust an God FOUR SQUARE CLUB L to R Row I I Booke Rec Sec A Caderas de Kerleau K Gordon Pres N Suegel Vlce Pres C Moses Treas A Schnender Carr Sec Row 2 G R From L Smoller R Dnamond G Margolis L Berkls G Belaga E Dlstrller B Knnsbrunner J Hoffman D Lltman J Harris M Margoltes Row 3 R Engel Rosenthal M Schwartz J Davidson S Frank J Cohen T Wmner A Samet A Robnnson A Muller P Carmel C Goldstone D Davndson R Pachnno Row 4 A Hendtn negel R Schwartz S Snyder F Shop ro B Zareswntz S Engelman Goldman B Hornsteln N Stem E Hnmelfarb Caster L Wnlner T Stulman Raw Wennberg J Lubshutz A Elllson W Decker F Tucker J Curland N Hollander L Sherman S Cohen B Tarses B Sssknnd G er E B M1 at-ni? T 5 I ,gf Y45: 'fngill' A f'f?l.lf ,wwf '4f"1f41" Ire ' fl? . . . fix -I . ff 'Y-29: .. I : . . : -' ., , ' - ., . f r ., . - I I 1 - I - I - 5 - E. Buckner, R. Litwin, D. Fried, B. Ginsberg, A. Kaplan. t 1 I I--0Id,- ,- '. f J.5P',. ,. ,. i,. ,J. . ,S,I,.',, . 5r P-A ,-I ,. I ,. ,. ,, ,, ,, ,. ,. ,.",.MiII,.lsraeI,.'ller. 'H Q u q 4 - ' N , f I A ' " S Q I A ., 'L -,Q .I , A 1 . I I , , - 5 , 1" ATHLETIC HONCDR SCDCIETIES ".Tbru-y.,,Q. an 9: ...f lv-If To -0' V 1 3 -nv -mr' iw If-.f GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB L ow A Ma man Levnn Treas Hoffman 2nd Vlce Pres F Feuken Pres T Zlnz Ist Vrce Pres S Rlberkof Sec Row 2 Mrs Bros: Adviser S Claster M Cooper M Baker S Schloss E BIock A Elllson D Berger V Powell Row 3 P Welnberg W Decker To educate and develop each Studern through Wholesome M Margolleg K Brown F Feldman E Femsrem B Shuger physucal GCIIVITISS lntramUraIs unterschoIastlcs Sports honor socletles to advance sportsmanllke attitudes among students of Forest Park to promote school events concern Ing athletics pep and athletlc awards assemblies CAL CLUB L to R Row I Mr rpps Advrser M Jacob S c L osover C I u n es UVFVIGYI I9 V95 UC 'te' V SC 2 5 0'9" 9C Nason M Levm C Bowen D Fred S Freldel Row3 H Dnener M La Pldes R Leftrncn F Cop f V Ti"vs- -3 3- , .h ' ' 5. ' , , 1 - . Q c. xx . I 5 ,I X -I ' A 1 ' 5, 7 ' I L' ' 3 x II I 'Q - ' I -O x I, ' - 3 1 r I 5 -'I 4, A , 1 G . 3 if " I' ,g ' I V: T I 2 . ,Q ,,f' I 9 , '49 ji er' 1-. if . I " . iii-, I ."iv- '.l I Ap ' I : . to R. R I: . I , S. A - ., C. ETHI :. . : .Ph' - ' , . -e., .L -o.,J,Bnya-Pr M,H -V'c P ,E,BIc -Co'.S .Row s, bk F. , , ' , . , , I , , ' . I . ' , , ' , . , . lon .f Q Ann Malman-Editor-in-Chief -N... ,QQ g A fr 3133 - , . Q, . s.4,,,- Q , 2. .Q ' x-.fi S51-2 31-1- 35 A If " '5' fy 1 sf.. miiliila Z' 7 E. jg. . , f sf! 15? lf' x I if-3, 1 . ai 1' if L. to R., Mr. Charles Conn-Editorial Adviser, Margaret Osler-News Editor, Abby Robinson-Features Editor, Robert Ginsberg-Sports Editor. To better acquaint the student with the activities of his To give Foresters the opportunity to express their opinions school . . . to supply him with a source of entertainment . . . about the school-Dear Abby: Cann you feature this PRESSing to provide experience for Foresters involved in the production issue? . . . of the Press . . . 3 4 Q 'll Q. . ...ee iz. ff' .tv . HEC' fsgixl' Ts- Se' - ..,. . ilig ' in t ' Q- M514 Marsha leboe-Business Manager L. to R., Arla Ellison-Advertising Manager, linda Wichner-Circulation Manager, Sima Rosenthal-Exchange Manager, Miss Alice Ekas-Business Adviser, Harriet Caplan- Distribution Manager. GLEE CLUB To satisfy the musical and social needs of the student . . . Miss Butler's little proteges, all five hundred of 'em . . . school production and assemblies. GLEE CLUB: L. to R., Row 1: R. Weiner, J. Wanderman-lib., S. Katzen-Treas., E. Buchman-Pres., S. Blans-Vice-Pres., H. Caplan-Sec., S. Goldstein-Lib., J. Smelkin- son. Row 2: M. Gotthelf, M. Myers, I. Newman, L. Lee, R. Friedman, B. Hoffman, B. Ehrenprise, H. Bardach, Miss Butler-Adviser. Row 3: M. Kohlenstein, B. Greenberg l. Levin, T. Hargraves, R. Honkofsky, E. Shavitz, B. Solin, D. Saiontz, T. Bannon Row 4: R. Peisach, D. Texer, M. Hyatt, D. Perkal, L. Caplan, B. Spitzer, M. Foxman J. Shevitz M. Schiff. Row 5: B. Gamerman B. Krichinsk L. Altarac B. Julius S. 1 1 Yr 1 I Snyder, D. Levenson, C. Kaplan, S. Lechtenstein, M. Kalvan, J. Kravetz, R. Lipman L. Richman. C7 i 5 Q I' bf MUSIC To play and march at football games and pep assemblies . . . twirl those batons . . . school concerts . . . music for school programs . . . to make the Loyalty song sound like a song! . . . Green and Gray on the march . . . there goes that Volks- wagen. 'Q 'L I I 'laffl if IS' , if u J' eff. f s-.1 ALLEGRO CHOIR To perform for the student body . . . to represent the school at musical functions . . . choral major subject and choral club . . . the Co-ed Chorale without our "Co"-Oh, how we miss those boys! ALLEGRO CHOIR: L. to R., Row 7: R. Garfeld, R. Spector, E. Levenson, J. Karr. Raw 2: S. Snyder, B. Hornstein, B. Kahn, S. Krause. Row 3: B. Estes, J Kravetz, B. Volk, A. Rosen, M. Esterson. Row 4: Mr Salomon, M. Fine, A. Overton, D. Scruggs, P. Borowski, Mr. Wechsler. Row 5: N. Brown, J. Kalman, P. Lawson, M. Suraski, S. Hess. BAND: L. to R., Row l: J. Selzniclx-Stud. Cond., J. Goldman, A. Ellison H. Hirshey, D. Gilpin, Mr. Kestle. Row 2: J. Luchinsky, S. Grossman, Al Rostov-Lib., H. Farkas, J. Glasner, B. Snyder, B. Meyer-SK., J. Marston S. Pelzer, R. Kahn-Sk. Row 3: R. Klein, D. Merrill, L. Vickers, S. Goldbloom G. Sober, J. Smith, B. Goldstein, E. Leban, R. Kirshner, M. Wolf. Row 4 s. afacken, R. Laebmon, M. Siegel, s. schwam-Lib., M. seein-Lab., T. zanz, R. Diamond, E. Sachs. Row 5: B. Richmond, G. Lattin, R. Jaffe, J. Reno- Mgr., H. Vorsov-Mgr., D. Silverman, G. Chamish, R. Terry, D. Freemater. x ,X- X Jn ' -...Q gy A A QT-.stu Y I . 1 TREBLE CHGIR To accommodate girls unable to take music during school hours . . . where one learns the "art" of singing-breath, open wider . . . wider . . . WIDER . . . WID . . . oops, the spring iust brolcel TREBLE CHOIR: L. to R., Row l: S. Shpritz, B. Estes, B. Block, M. Aaronson, A. Weintrob. Row 2: B. Kinsbrunner-Treas., S. Sollod-Lib., I. Foreman- Lib., N. Brown-Pres., S. Machiz-Vice Pres., P. Novak-Lib. Row 3: R Engel, D. Scruggs, P. Mabel, G. Bookoll, L. Pastor, M. Zlatin, M. Tabor, M. Pugh, J. Saxton. Row 4: A. Weinstein, B. Brooks, M. Alpert, L. Davids, M. Budoft, I. Beclrenstein, P. Cole, P. Borowski. ORCHESTRA To provide an understanding and appreciation of music by familiarizing students with orchestral literature . . . to help stu- dents acquire a rich and well-rounded education . . . school assemblies, music festivals . . . ORCHESTRA: L. to R., Row l: M. Spind, S. Silverman-Mgr., S. Gordon-Stud. Cond., G. Mazerolt-Lib., G. Bookolt, J. Hyman-Lib. Row 2: C. Allender, E. Goldstein, L. Wallace, H. Blum, S. Levine, E. Goodman. Row 3: M. Stein, J. Miller, B. Rubenstein, J. Marston, A. Rostov, R. Diamond. Row 4: A. Sandler-Mgr., T. Lurie-Sk., E. Saks, M. Zlatin, R. Berlin, B. Berg, S. Freed, S. Marks, M. Schwartz, Mr. Kestle. KJ ."5cJXg.L I 'vt n XJ AESTHETES CLUB To promote the truth and beauty of the English language , . . "Beauty is our Business" . . . to develop an appreciation for literature and its related arts . . . lectern readings, panel discussions. . .to emphasize aesthetic values. . . films, records. AESTHETES CLUB: L. to R. Row 7: A. Schiflmann-Board Member, R, Solomon -Board Member, S. Tossman-Vice Pres., B. Cohen-Pres., M. Cohen-Sec., Mrs. Anna Bloom-Adviser. Row 2: J. Wahl, N. Bonfeld, B. Hornstein, E. Levenson, M. Myers, A. Poland, M. Storch, Row 3: M. Bloom, L. Goldman, S. Freed, L, Raichlen, D. Cohen, E. Block, S. Krause, F. Shapiro, J. Greenberg, M. Rosenfeld. Row 4: M. Solamon, B. Kahn, S. Lippman, B. Pelovitz, S. Fox, E. Bank, M. Levy, S. Kotzen. Row 5: S. Rosenzwog, L. Wiener, E. Saks, B Richman, E. Jacobson, R. Diamond, E. Fulmore. :L qc WEDNESDAY MORNING CLUB To fulfill a need for intensive exploration of great literature . . . Will Linus ever relinquish his blanket? . . .to explore the world's cultural heritage . . . plays and Dostoyevsky . . . to confront Mr. Westerberg with philosophical pearls. . . WEDNESDAY MORNING CLUB: L. to R. Row l: S. Berman, L. Liss, P. Gold- man, B. Hornstein, S. Weitz. Raw 2: F. Goldman, E. Engel-Sec., M. Osler- Pres, C. Goldstone--Vice-Pres., Mr. Westerberg-Adviser. Row 3. B. Siskind, D. Litman, A. Schiflmann, A. Ellison. Row 4: A. Miller, M. Shiling, M. Klein, B. Miller, H, Bloom, S. Brill. 3 SCRIBBLERS CLUB To promote literary creativity among the students of Forest Park-twinkle, twinkle little star.. .publication of the lnklings, an anthology of the best work of members-twinkle, twinkle again . . . poetry matinee Cwith cookiesl . . . constructive criticism-TOO TOO TRITE . , . substitle for club: "De pro- fundusn. . . SCRlBBLERS CLUB: L to R. Row lg A. Robinson, S Gronicn, S. Snovitz Row 2. P Goldman:-Vice'Pres., A. SchiffrnannfPres., M. ShilingfSec., M Klein Treas Row 3: B Volk, B. Hornstein, T Weintraub, C. Moses, F Shapiro Row 4 M Osler, S. Lipprnon, E. Distiller, M. Salomon, M. Esterson L. Berkis 'Q Y? C 'X '- 5 ,nv 1 Y SPANISH CLUB To explore those phases of the Spanish lands, language, and life which are not covered in the classroom . . . Habla Vd. frances? . . . speakers . . . charity proiects . . . dance exhibitions . . . field trips to Spain for annual bullfights . . SPANISH CLUB: L. to R., Row l: G. Margolis, J. Bogar, J. Castleman, M. Stulman, J. Greenberg. Row 2: B. Greenberg, J. Harris-Rec. Sec., R. Berman- Treas., A Samet-Pres., M. Myers-Vice Pres., S. Yalfe -Corr. Sec. Row 3: R. Berlin, L. Lurie, M. Diskin, R. Glazer, S. Wolft, M. Kullen, B. Goden, M. Mandel, D. Cushner, T. Winner. Wlillmvf FRENCH CLUB To promote an interest in the French lan- guage . . . Parlez-vous francais?-Non . . . French movies . . . Anyone for Bridgelttej? . . . spelling bees-M-A-L-H-E-U-R-E-U-S-E- M-E-N-T . . . word games-quatre-cinq-six . . . Buzzl . . . to promote international understanding through pen-pals . . . FRENCH CLUB: L. to R., Row 1: A. Ellison-Hixt., D. Litman-Trecu., S. Frank-Pres., B. Shuger-Vice Pres., A. Harrison-Sgt.-at-Arms. Row 2: J. Davidson, N. Siegel, J. Wahl. Row 3: S. Gronich, S. Broolu, R. Weinstein, H. Gertz. ...., AERONAUTICS CLUB To familiarize members with the mechan- ics and science of aviation . . . to visit im- portant aeronautical spots . . . to study various methods of air transportation such as planes, heliocopters, sputniks, flying sau- cers, sparrows . . . AERONAUTICS CLUB: L. to R., Row l: M. Freedman- Vice Pres., T. Hargraves, R. Leibel-Sec. Row 2: L. Hill- man-Sgt.-at-Arms, H. Louis, R. Litwin-Treas. Row 3: S. Levin, M. Baylin, R. Cooper-Pres. BIOLOGY CLUB To further the study of biology among in- terested pupils . . . Careful, you'Il step on my pet amoebal . . . to render services to the school and community... BIOLOGY CLUB: L. to R., Row I: H. Schuman, S. Sllol- niclr, B. Ominsky, A. Goldbloom, A. Hendelberg, B. Goldstone, G. Freedman, R. Levine, D. Kovler. Row 2: S. Salganik-Sgt.-at-Arms, T. Schwaber-Treas., S. Mindel-Vice Pres., A. Brodsky-Pres., M. Alpert- Corr. Sec., L. Herstein-Rec. Sec., Miss Vogel-Adviser, S. Losover. Raw 3: S. Stern, D. Rosenbaum, A. Cohen, L. Hoffman, E. Evenchiclz, R. Diamond, R. Miller, J. Lederman, H. Hersh, S. Pressman, H. Herzfeld. Row 4: S. Goldstein, N. Feinroth, J. Sober, S. Isaacson, N. Fishman, S. Blitz, L. Avis, R. Honkofsky, B. Kinsbrun- ner, A. Miller, H. Lipsch, H. Daniel, M. Johnson. Row 5: P. Hurwitz, S. Bishow, B. Rasnek, H. Solomon, B. Posner, H. Dorfman, E. Agus, H. Goldscher, S. Som- mers, D. Cooper, C. Buck. Row 6: S. Marks, C. Peltz, S. Saltzman, O. Pachter, J. Wolpert, L. Heiserman, J. Ashman A Nelson B Etelson A Yospa L Levin ,C l'. l Q K I W I la: 1 '- ' JETS CLUB To further the study of science in the high school through experimentation . . . Junior Engineering Technological Society . . . selec- tive membership . . . where Biology meets Physics, Physics meets Chemistry, and every- body meets Mr. Blumberg . . . trips to tech- nological laboratories JETS CLUB: L. to R., Row I: S, Rosenzwog-Sec., K. Goverman-Treas., L. Miller-Pres., A. Miller. Row 2: E. Evenchick, A. Schectman, M. Shiling, S. Cohen, R Litwin. Row 3: M. Baylin, A. Robinson, L. Wilner, S. Levin, S. Levin. TECHNICAL CREWS To offer continual assistance to teachers and clubs by the operation of motion picture equipment . . . to provide staging and light- ing for all school productions . . . to supply sound ettects for the assemblies, to take charge of microphones-Testing: I-2-3-4-5-6. TECHNICAL CREWS: L. to R., Row I: B. Millman, S Friedel, M. Siegel. Row 2: J. Harris, E. Mall, E. Siegel Row 3: A. Bloom, N. Naviaslly, A. Michaelson, H Spector. 5- Y -5 CHESS CLUB To become skillful in the game of chess . . . two hours, twenty minutes, and one move later . . . interscholastic tournaments. CHESS CLUB: L. to R. Row 7: D. Wartman-Vice Pres., R. Erkes-League Representative. Row 2. L. Shargel4Pres., W. Miller, S. Levin, G. Lattin. Row 3: D. Silberg-Sgt.-at-Arms, I. Eberlein, C. Small, E. Leban. Row 4: R. Lewis, M. Schugam -Treas., W. Lakein. 42 CAMERA CLUB To interest students in the world of photography . . , cheese, please-sweitzer . . . to learn more about photography and all its phases. CAMERA CLUB: L, to R. Row l: M. Cooper-Pres. Cstondingl, M. Berman, M. Baylin, H. Farkas, A, Rankin, D. Rosenbaum. Row 2: M. Davis, S. Cohen, P. Schwab, R. Kaufman. Row 3: E. Goldman, M. Blocker, J. Denny, S. Engle-Sgt.-at-Arms, Mr. Culley-Adviser, S. Salganik, S. Levin-Vice Pres., A. Schect- man-Treas., A. Srechnikov-Sec., R. Goodman, R. Kantor. ART CLUB To learn how to make different types of art ob- iects-pot-holders, lanyards, gimp bracelets . . . to draw portraits and caricatures of fellow mem- bers. ART CLUB: L. to R. Row 1: L. Gold--Sgt.-at-Arms, L. Berkis- Sgt.-at-Arms, J. Ruben-Corr. Sec., I. Willen-Pres., A. Gins- berg-Sgt.-at-Arms, P. Miller. Row 2: A. Hendin, B. Tarses, M. Lessans, L. Liss-Vice Pres. Row 3: J. Saxton, R. Skloroff, S. Schwartzman, M. Mandel, M. Cooper, N. Clapman, G. Fishman. Row 4: P, Weinberg, A. Traub, J. Greenberg, J. Sisco-Rec. Sec., E. Sodden, C. Pelovitz. OPEN FORUM CLUB To discuss any debatable, informative topic of interest to the group . . . to acquire poise in addressing a group . . .My de . . . ar tri . . . ends . . . OPEN FORUM CLUB: L. to R., Row 7: P. Schwab-Corr. Sec., A. Hendin-Pres., I. Greenhood-Vice Pres., J. Lib- shutz-Rec. Sec. Row 2: S. Friedman, J. Wahl, P. Wein- berg, D. La Borwit, M. Perlman. Row 3: T. Stulman, B Yolken, M. Myers, A. Friedman. NEWS VIEWS CLUB To discuss and interpret current events on the local, national, and international scenes . . . The latest report from the Moon is . . . NEWS VIEWS CLUB: L. to R., Row I: T. Stulman-Program Dir., M. Weiner-Hist., M. Myers-Treas., M. Klein-Vice Pres., B. Miller-Pres., I. Bass-Sec. Row 2: Mrs. B. Rich- Adviser, E. Bistiller, J. Hotlman, L. Winter, E. Soddan, R. Stein. Row 3: M. Hack, J. Garbis, G. Pazornick, H. Grollman, J. Greenberg, B. Ostrowslxy. Row 4: H. Gertz, J. Libshutz, S. Friedman, S. Brooks, T. Weintraub, A. Miller, C. Goldstone, D. Schwartz, S. Rudo, S. Krause, E. Shavell. -5. .4-1 ,,,.--11 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB To learn to make a house a home . . . to find practical solutions to problems facing future homemakers . . . Which button shall I push? HOME ECONOMICS CLUB: L. to R., Front: M. Leboe G. Wasserman-Vice Pres., S. Tossman-Pres., L. Sher man-Sec. Back: J. Tyler, B. Rosenberg-Treas., P Swift, J. Harris, G, Pazorniclx, J. Stern, J, Setren, Shor. I E, A3 The Forester Participates The Forester cheered his teams on to a glorious victory or to an honorable defeat. However, he was not always the spectator rooting in the grand stands, at another time, he might have been the determined team member competing on the field. Athletic participation has always comprised a prominent part of every Forester's life. Boys and girls go out for intramural sports, vie in year competitions, and contend for interschool championships. At a well-run factory, each of the many parts of a complicated machine functions properly in, itself and works harmoniously with other parts to form one prod- uct. So too, at Forest Park, individual Foresters are molded into strong team members, striving to achieve athletic accomplishment. Through this teamwork, the Forester acquire sportsmanship, perseverance, and a feeling of loyalty toward Forest Park. '76, vc! . ' 1 j ' SPEEDBALL: l.. to R., Row I: M. Marg Marchanti, M. Wilson, O. Caldwell. One more pose like that and she's a cinch for varsity ballet. SPEEDBALL 2 i i ii 4' 4? ,. 4 - Q L s f J -,Av V.: jf' :vb l l, ' A f if V ! e t ,A Yf Q i it f M r l - 51 l l l. fl' ll Q X i 3 ,l 5 X ' ' ' A 'Q -, .5 olies, C. Davis. Row 2: M. Davidov, P. Der, J. Shevitz, R. Peisach, C. Moses, P. Weinberg. Row 3: Mrs. Biasi, J. Silverman, K. Moore, M Playing in the true Forest Park tradition, the speedball team enioyed a successful season. Commendable teamwork brought the Foresters their close record of one victory and one defeat. Their skill in the games against Dunbar and Edmondson was gained as the result of extensive ig my 'f N .Lehi- v-44., . - - ., - 4-. . ' af - - . aut.:-1 ' --ff ' 5' - ' , ,- t A 1" x,'4.A 57-- s""f5"' T ' 4- -K1 -4 '-I 1:4 I H Z ' "ELF '5 - s wr . , - . - sas. es .. H,i3'.f.ua.-e-' - 'B' 1 ,: ,:'.4uQ'fC- H x y Q . - F - . . - practice. The capable supervision of Mrs. Nelda Biasi greatly aided the team. wild A Hi :' "-:'7...'4 cg- 4,1-bg-. , V .a , Q. ',,-,1, . v s -A ' ' 'M . f' 'A ' 'l ' I-k, bxfvi 'L S .., ' 5 ' ." , ' 'T - l-243-a' Conga me ,..' ', 1..' , - , .LF Q .I Mg, gf...-gt, A- 1 x.s.r4 5:- fs' i V .-. 'SEQ ff: j- -E 48 . I 7 fs? i l 4 I BADMINTON: l.. to R., Row l: K. Brown, A. Krichinslcy, P. Ehrlich, S. Berman Row 2: B. Shuger, V. Powell, S, Blans, M. Der. Let it go, it's flying south for the winter. N N This year's varsity and J. V. "bird-watchers" "spotted" all thirty-two of their matches accurately. The girls completely wiped out their oppo- nents by defeating Edmonson, Carver, Mervo, and Southern. Miss Edith Manning coached the squad. ' . l .. V19 f 1-1 f.. 2 ' Q E I .V . ,.' hx -- '1 1 T MC? Look Ma, no eyes!!! TABLE TENNIS: L. to R., Row l: M. Balmer, M, Newhouser. Row 2: M. Wilson, T. Schwaber, B. Friedman, O. Caldwell, P, Erlich. Row 3: S. Rosenzwog, J. Sher, S. Blum- son, D. Berger, J, Brener, M. Margolis, B. Goldberg. Forest Parlc's "A" table tennis team deserves an "E" tor effort, efficiency, and excellence. Coached by Miss Edith Man- ning, the girls won twenty-nine out of thirty-two matches. 49 --N..-ui,,,,5 1,- i r E 1 . la. V LM., .,,...i . , ... I A 'I , K-.- ' , . , V... N ,, . - ' . .J J - .. . ,, I V 1-.Jn z It ' H X ' ' ,. 1 1 A' ' l l 4 " O I ' ix Y v, N"' W' t . , I vvlgwu thi... Us l w I 'IX'- X s N gl 'LW 55Jfg,?Q sf. , J ' 'Biff 1...3-se -- .i M -.ou J m+f""' "1f"'i1V+'F'5tllf L i I f 07 if YJ .ff VARSITY BASKETBALL: L. to R., Row 7: T, Zinz, K. Brown, J. Bryant, C. Satterfield, P. Weinberg. Row 2: A. Krichinsky, C. Davies, K. Gordon, E. Watson, J. Clark, P. Johnson. BASKETBALL Up and over, but not quite in! fnf' . . 1 L ai-,"',,.XZ 5 f . y I ' if-rv A Coached this season by Mrs. Frances Caisley, our ladies of the court personified the aphorism: "It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game." Although not every con- test ended in victory, the Foresters always played with genuine spirit and sportsmanship. The squad defeated Edmonson and bowed to Douglas and Dunbar. What a rousing game of keep-away! M'--wi-1. Fx Soy there, who's going over the net, you or the ball? an-nv VOLLEY BALL: L. to R., Row l: Z. Sokolove, K. Brown, G. Gelkin. Row 2: M. Sharp, A Sveclcikov, S. Schoenfeld, M. Marchanti, E. Watson. Row 3: M. Stein, L. Brizendine, R Foland. Row 4: Mrs. F. Caisley, S. Hicks, P. Johnson, M. Honlrofsky, J. Bryant, C. Bryant B. Goldstone. Under the encouraging influence of Mrs. Frances Caisley, the varsity volley ball team defeated three out of tour opposing schools. The team was victorious over Edmondson, Dunbar, and Douglas at a tournament held at Eastern High School. SWIMMING If 'C Yu. - Foresterettes are no longe capable swimmers. Landlubbers, cards. 17" gr l xi 3 4' r drowning victims! This year, for the first time, Junior and Senior Lifesaving was offered after school to all too were given an opportunity to poss the wading stake by earning their beginner and intermediate swimmer 51 . .1 lll I ::: :ai ei !! "HH" ARCHERY Counfercloclrwrse J Goldman I Baoke J Ansel J Wahl S Levln M Cooper C Goren Center A Ellison Although Muss Lucy Hyde s archery team missed the bull s efye the gurls shot luke Wllllam Tell s proteges against Carver Dunbar Eastern and Southern It seems that every female Forester struves to be a Mlckey Mantle durmg the softball season Whnle practncmg softball techmques the gurls acquire a glamorous sun tan right an thenr own back yard They become so proficient In this pastnme that the entire enrollment attains malor league standmg Hence no varsuty soft ball squad at Forest Park "'u.,Qq is. J.. Q 'QPU-C -L- ing 4 it J ,iv-J""" Carol have you gotten In touch wlth Paul Rnchards ye 53 -1 ,. , N N N l s Q l xll .f 1 ' X V 'lf ' A4 A l .J . 5, e f 7 l l 1 . , , ', , V X t K ' ' . in X. , , t 'X I : - ' : . , . , . , . , . ' , . , . . : . ' . ' I ' I I I I I ' ,yu , "' 2 J - .. ' ' 10' - I V ,. , .t I Q ,, I . . . . , . . . . I QQ.. r' , - - ll - . . ,, . I ' ' , . , , - , V ,X , n nf- - ' ., V 1 -'57 .. "VL, ' . " , 'V - --., . . '- v 'dig - ' ..- ' ' W . , , x J . A 1: 1 f -1-A 4-gl ,, p I ' I L'49 - A, ,QEWEEJ , 1 , , . L . , v z, I X ., -, -' "' . 4 'fi'f':-Lf UEIVFE9-Q 'f'5,i33'ffF' " f ' , S.'.' ' ef' 5 - .E7xlf:Y'- '-r iiiiw, 'mf : X14 , ' ' ' 4- ' r-'Ls-v , fll ' 41.15 41411 wg , A . A A ',,,51, , 7 I . ' ' ' 1? H . D C ' '- .5 -.Lays Hey coachl Did you forget about me? 13 , Q 5 ll Anyone for a game of Chinese Checkers? FOOTBALL Brisk fall weekends found caravans of Forest Park fans making their way to Kirk Avenue Field for football games. Everyone in the throng was a vivid part of the scene, whether he was a player, o candy vender, or just a spectator out to enjoy the game. As the roar echoed from the stands, the Woodsmen ap- proached the field for warm-up exercises. Then silence was broken only by frantic calls of "hold that line" and other cheers that echoed throughout the field. The spirit of the fans was always at its peak, even though the team's only success- spirit, and in the ethics of the game. The linemen were mostly veterans, but, due to frequent casualties, some players could not participate. The Woods- men's backfield was sparked by fine running backs. Moreover, the defensive squad, which played the hardest when odds were against it, was truly an outstanding asset to the Forest Park team. Most valuable, however, were the two coaches who worked side by side with the players every day, preparing them for future rivals they were to face. These two fine men, Mr. Milton ful undertaking was against McDonough. Whatever this yeor's Lumsden and Mr. Jerry Phipps, deserve a great deal of credit football team lacked in victories, it more than gained in fight, for the fight and hustle shown by the Woodsmen. 1958 Varsity Football Schedule Forest Park High School September 20 .... ...... 2 :OO P.M. ............ Montgomery Blair Kirk Avenue Field September 27 .... ..... 2 :OO P.M. ......,. .... C ity Kirk Avenue Field October 3 .... . . . 3:30 P.M. ...... .... C arver Away October lO .... .... 8 :OO P.M. .. . . . .Salisbury Away October i7 .... .... 3 :3O P.M ..... .... M cDonough Away October 24 .... ..... 3 :l5 P.M. ........ . . .Southern Kirk Avenue Field November l . . . .... 3:15 P.M. ........ .... P atterson Kirk Avenue Field November 7 ..... .... 3 :i5 P.M. ...... .... M ervo Kirk Avenue Field November i4 .... .... 3 :OO P.M. ....... .... D unbar Douglass High The Forester supports his school Born in the minds of the Cabinet and Senate, Loyalty Day was a dream come true. lt was the day on which Foresters donned their school colors and rushed out at 2:30 to see their football team in action. At the game, Miss Green and Gray, Ping Der, elected by the Student Body to represent "spirit personified," was crowned. The Day was culminated by the Loyalty Dance. Priscilla Weinberg and Phil Epstein crown "Miss Green and Gray," Get an FPHS 290 horse power and seats 500 easily! 1 Q i ,-ff ' lie cheers Wuth a veevo vlvo vum the cheerlead Ing squad has led loyal Foresters through all the athletic seasons Durnng pep assem blues and football basketball ancl lacrosse contests these twelve lxvely leaders chanted cheers and songs to keep the Forest Park splrlt and morale hugh Hsteams ERLEADERS l to R Row 7 K Gordon .l Co w 2 C Raskln B Burg S Posner Row 3 M Z a IH Row 4 M Margolnes Head .4 2 Q zr sl.-Inq 57 1 SX lr ...aw ' CROSS COUNTRY: L. to R., Row l: M. Cohen, B. Hoffman, J. Gilliam, S. Bliden Row 2: J. Gerber, J. Theodore, E. Jacobson, C. Johnson, D. Philips. Row 3: D. Madison, A. Barnstein, D. Layton, J. Berg, Mr. Martin-Coach. Row 4: O. Fostor, D. Husey, G. Soleus, O, White, J. Murphy. CRGSS COUNTRY After the loss of four-fifths of the varsity squad due to grad- uation, the Woodsmen finished in sixth place in the eleven school league. Mike Cohen, Charles Johnson, and Jeffrey Theodore com- pleted their fourth year of running for the squad. The coaching of Mr. Robert Martin helped the team develop its potentials. l .ww V ft' fx lllllz V' t s .I I 'f' 1 .k, 25-gn-z llllll l"l7M- 1- 1 ol M'g,pf"a4" 1 ., Arm., 4, .in h A av Marilyn Monroe visits Forest Park. Although still young, the rifle team is gaining recognition and stature at Forest Park. The team record of 4 and 8 this year pointed toward hopes of a high position in the M.S.A. standings in the near future. The Rifle Club is affiliated with the team, and membership is open to all Foresters. .. if 38' . V 0-, . RIFLERY RIFLERY: L. to R., Row l: M. Baylin, Row 21 G. Thrasher, J. Schnitzer, M. Siegel, W. Horsey, E. Sober, R. l-EVLYL Mr. Peterwn' Coach, R. Levin, D. Feamster ' it -04439 -':- N? 'F-f' XKJA W 5 oe Q , :nie ' L 1 ., Ml 1' A K . 7... ru x ig . ' I I Ch' Q-5, --' A e .3 ,E . . ' . I S. Q K' 1 ci TL: I x R ,f I' it ' 4 ' f fi - ' 'fu X : N A Xxkqm. .K 1' lik 7 A ,rl SWIMMING: L. to R., Row I: A. Blank, A. Barnstein, J. Berg, R. Layton. Raw 2: J. Sheehan, M. Iacob, D. Warshawsky, J. Lewis, C. Croner. Row 3: I. Bloom, K. Kellar, R. Blume, H. Katz, M. Blake, -I. Spector, Mr. Zolet-Coach. Row 4: M. Sobkov, W. Dunkerton, D. Madison, D. Levine, M. Rosenberg The swimming team finished one of their better seasons with a five and five record. Some of the outstanding members of the team were graduated in February, and this loss was a factor in the defeat of the team by City. As it was, the mid-year graduation put a large puncture in the water wings of our swimming team. TENNIS g Q W , ii TENNIS: L. to R., Row I: C. Smolkin, M. ' ins.. Z Why don't you look before you leap? SWIMMING S 4 . Amernick, W. Lakein, M. Sidel, S. Yuspa. a : ' r Row 2. D. aruba., c. Budoff, D. Mau. fnsh ' ' ff 5 A .. . A hauser, S. Friedel, R. Leffman, J. Bloom, .- - .1 W F 6 -'Q QI' .I ff ' 4 , ' ' J v LK' .-S, ' .., The tennis team ended its sea- ', ' -' ' lg ' ' ' -- ' son with a fourth place finish in the Maryland Scholastic As- 5 sociation standings. The rebuild- ' 'sf " K ,1 , 4 -6 . ing process which the team f' underwent this year promises , - I successful "racket squads" for ' ' , future seasons. , The coaching of Mr. Ellis New- ton guided the team to its suc- cessful finish. iss... 2 I 4 nk 6 .age ,GQ ,:,Q,..:Q' fr' gl 3 L' "', "" 45 V' 'L 11 Q pro r5, -, , i, F f tr' Q uf' , X lxyk. i,j,.'! , Q , ,A LACROSSE: L. to R, Bottom Row: B. Rothman, C. Tsalciris, H. Feldman, L. Lassover, F. Caplan, B. Leaderman, M, Harmatz. Second Row: J. Sheehan, S. Karlin, M. Driscoll, S. Feldman, B. Fetteroff, M. LaPides, M. Jacob. Top Row: A. Csnowitz-Manager, R. Weglein, I. Bernstein, E, Buckner, F. White, M. Levin, G. Rose, Mr. Mallonee-Coach. LACROSSE Swan Lake on the Lacrosse field X K, 577. The lacrosse team had one of its most successful seasons in recent years, winning four of the twelve games it played. The most exciting game of the season, played before the home fans, was a 9 to 5 victory over Poly. Under the coaching of Mr. C. Gardner Malonee, the team showed impressive fight and spirit throughout each of its games. fs JJ -... . :B 3 Sr -W. . ,Ii . K . 1' ".-Ilawc. ,"' 5 .........- V .. -la' 'fp if f.-...1, Me and my shadow ,f ,, . -gr.. - , L 1 , ' ' -, 1,-r' -r -. 5- '-:-ndJ'. , J ' "-rv . r f- -5.--Q ' . - fe." I. .L-f- 1' - . . ln ".',1.'i Q., ' -f'f'5"fQ"' -F 5 -25...q.,' ' ,,-rl" "1 I-3.g,,.'! N. I A w I. And away we go! I The 1958 track team ended a mediocre season of three wins and six losses with an excellent showing in the Maryland Schol- astic Association finals, The Woodsmen captured first place in three events: the mile, the 880 yard dash, and the mile relay. Mr. Robert Martin, the coach, was largely responsible for the team's excellent performance. TRACK: L. to R. Bottom Row: W. Lafferman, S, Machiz, S. Hamet, I, Meyer. Second Row J Gerber M Spind B Hyman C Johnson N Pistolus J Theodore Top Row J Smith, W. Autry, I. Luchinsky, B. Hines, L. DiPietro, J. Gillean, D. Sieck. A ix. SQST Q- me V' L 4, Kg, lp. Q,g5I,y. im , A Q f S I f ,lc -4 Q Y XL f QQ ,. ' , - ': L' L5 .4 'I K ' N' L Lew " 'lr' x P44 S P4 ,s.iSrf,4 Q Lk gk?-P4 Qi5Tpg Q25 UQ .tx , mmmmsrnb .c n+p'X,k EBALL: L. to R. Bofiom Row: A. Brown, W. Cordy, L, Weinglcss. Second Row: D. Fried, M. Kaminiiz, R. Abrams, H. Fox, W. Metvle, D. Gallon, F. Nason, Top Row CCth JBy DA'BS'gl aw orne, . un an, . sry, . ne e. Sneaky, cin't he? Q er 5 Y. ii ' :v i V .D .A . BASEBALL I Show me The way to go home. The varsity baseball team, under the direction of Mr. Andy Anderson, had a successful season, as shown by their 8-8 record. The spirit and team- work of the squad were major contributions to- wards the team's success. Several of the games provided the Forest Park spectators with extra excitement and anticipation. After losing to City on their first meeting, the For- esters came back to defeat the "Block Nights," 9 to 4, in a second game. A four-run first inning gave the Woodsmen a lead which they never relin- quished. A second four-run inning, the fifth padded our lead even more. A late City threat fell far short, and Forest Park had emerged with another league victory. SCORECARD Forest Park 9, 2 Carver Forest Park 2, 9 City Forest Park 10, 2 Douglass Forest Park 6,11 Dunbar Forest Park 7, 8 Mervo Forest Park 1, 2 Patterson Forest Park 0, 3 Poly Forest Park 6, O Southern if - . I' 'x 1 This is a "hit and run accident s. 1.1 ,D ,w awe., 5 L ' r . A veg Q V 1- an X A fiwm I V4s.?f:L -, ,ii , 132 -ii? Adi 1, , ,FQ 13:- f H ii- ?2'1f 's S X we 5 ,, S Y . . 4 M 'fm , , Sm -lu ., ss x-4?-a 37 ,- -my L ,ark Q W 7' ew. we awk?-1 . 171' .41,.f 1 5, v ff f nw . F-Bs, .. 12. 44. A F W at 'J,,x. 119,44 -r ag V M -fb nf- ' ,, f M ef , A ,iv ,W ., ,H " , , F' ,Fr vffw , . 1- 5150 3'3" l 1 qu 'Q "P . as A 1 - 3 ' ff- vi: , u, sy' . JS. ef J' , 5. .V ,,, .J-. Qi.. X- 7g 34 "iff e ,V ' , 1 wg , ,,,,f4: K fy - - sw , "" 1. gk 7 V fe. , f..f, fi- , -2, ' ' :if e ' A - ,gf .elf -.fw1?4"f - 1, 1 ,,-A ' . .11 ' 41 M fini., ' ,' V ,fgfffaau ,L , ,-Q' "1 'tif -H 'F "4-1' . 'if ' f The Forester Leads 0 f- if 2? I if . "Ns 3 4 5 E 2 is k Q f :f l Q n I 5 3 3 3 3 I 1 4 an Jil' . Maj ' ' 1 V ! 1 1 The Forester was a senior at last. The long awaited dream was now a reality. These were the same halls he had trod in previous years, but now there was a differ- ence. Now, he walked the halls with an air of purpose and determination, with an aura of authority. He was the leader of his school, and the others looked up to him for guidance along the way. He displayed to the best advantage the qualities which the school had instilled in him when he was learning how to assume the respon- sibilities of leadership. He walked proudly with head erect and shoulders thrown back, for he was hastening toward graduation and toward the new life that awaited him beyond these halls. He became a senior, he was a Forester, he would be tomorrow's world. FEATURES EDITORS: L. Flom, M. Pelovitz. I 1 'A SY X " . PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS: L. to R.: C. Macks, G. Belaga. Frannie, get out of the closet, the B. S. A. meeting isn't over yet-, but Miss Becker, it's only 5:30 P.M.!! . . . And then there was the time our coats were locked in the yearbook room. The keys were in the pocket of our beloved advisor who had to leave promptly at 2:30. PROOFREADERS: L. to R.: L. Cohen, A. SchiHmunn, M. Gellar. 'N- W 3 FORESTER I 1 FEBRUARY EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Ellen Israel. QP- ml. -1, -.X "V ART AND CLUBS EDITORS: L to R J. Kurlcnd, l.. Wilner, C. Pelovilz, I, Willem, B. MilIer. 70 -lg . w T' ., ,Jax , 1 SPORTS EDITORS: L, Io R.: F. Feldman, C. Craner, J. Theodore, S. Cohen. x x 4- , . W.. X, X 'x Q - I4 in 4'-'-Q 'Lxefme W ASSOCIATE EDITORS: L. Io R.: J. Hillman, B. Shuger. But Mr. Burger, i1's Becky's birthday-aren't you going to send her a card? Quick-we ran out of midnight oil for room 121-Man,1I':e dummy got an "E" in arf! So you want Io know why the pictures on page 20 have finger prints? lt's not the "F.B.l."g i1's iust Louise, the ianitress, in one of her "dozes." . . . SPECIAL ACTIVITIES AND WRITE-UPS EDITORS: I.. fo R.: N. Siegel, I. Boolie M Rubin, B. Levy, ,-1 L1 ,- 'T l XJ., Cf' ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARIES, TRANSCRIPTION EDITORS, FACULTY YEARBOOK ADVISER: L. Io R.: B. Cohen, J. Burger, S. Nathanson, B. Lubin, T. Bernstein. vfff ,gf lrt "5 4- u A -4 A-0-'Ll' Z COMMERCIAL ADS EDITORS: L. to R.: A. Samet, S. Cordish. We never have trouble working on yearbook. Take today for instance-Sixty pages have to be typed. You guessed it. The typewriter broke! . . . Last week we received a patron ad "to Toastie Poodle from Corky Poodle"-The nerve of some peoples' dogs! CIRCULATION AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGERS: L. Io R.: J. Hoffman, E. Dreyer, B. Friner, R. Leflman. w l Y-1 X. 72 FORESTER FEBRUARY BUSINESS MANAGER: Rita Mae Hackerman Q, ' COMMERCIAL LAYOUT EDITORS: L, to R.: D. Rund, S. Gronich. MANAGERS T JUNE BUSINESS MANAGER: Joanne Goldman. r- v , BOOKKEEPERS: L. Io R.: N. Stein, D, Levy, C. Daniels. ISI 5 PUBLICITY MANAGERS: D. Drobis, H. Hershey. SUBSCRIPTION MANAGERS: L. Yo R.: C. Prunvy, J. Libshutz. Where's the bookkeeper? Great, how much money do you want to turn in? Oh, I only wanted to place a bet!!! . . . Guess what, Joanne. We're bankrupt!!! How's this for an idea? A blank ad page . . . PATRON ADS MANAGERS AND BOOKKEEPER: L. fo R.: M. Rosemun, I. Haines, L. Sherman. v I . I - ' V Looklng back m retrospect we all are sure to find A certain sacred :mage engraved ln every mind The picture lt will drtTer as to the feeling and the hue But the sublect on thrs canvas our Forest Park debut Taking ID the background our hopes and fears did surge Knowing that fn four years as adults we d emerge Our freshman year was basic m making very clear The fundamental purpose and essence of being here The largest service rendered was to inmate While early IH our hfgh school life we learn participate And as for how to study that was taught to us an turn Our very flrst project arnved none too soon As we participated ln the Soph Hop sponsored by the Class of .lune Here we had climbed lust one of the stairs To arrive at the very flrst of our Forest Park UHGIYS When we were revealed as ,unfors the prcture began to clear Given Feb 59 as a tltle we omclally became a year The very flrst fob we had on our hands Was to elect our omcers and carry out our plans Our .lunlor Day assembly had loomed into sight As we all erased the shadows to make things turn out right Next was to handle our Junror Prom aFfa1r And If every member checks his mrnd He ll find that memory there lCont nued on page 881 74 I I . . , , . - - - - fl - - 11 As sophomores, the sketch unfolded, revealing more to learn, , . I I , . . , . . , , I i FEBRUARY 1959 YEAR SONG AND BANNER Sfand up and cheer for fhe year 59ers Whose splrrf soars onward ever high Sfand up and cheer for the year 59 ers We know fhaf Feb 59 rs sfarhng To be a year really on the beam Well show you Feb 59ers the greafesf The greafesf fhaf you ve ever seen Our whrfe msprres fhe will fo wm Our aqua consfancy Wffh Miss Kamaroff our adviser Sfand up and cheer for the yea Sland up and cheer for Feb 59 Hs go? vlvaclfy and vigor You know we re really doing Hn r wrfh splrlf e 4 , . . . . . , , I . . I . lf's going places, you know why. We are doing swell you see. , , , . . . l 1 I I I I I ' ' ' I I ' 75 1 I For the first time in the history of Forest Park, the counselor is making his debut in the yearbook. But to the Class of Feb- ruary 1959, Mr. Jerry Cohen has already attained stardom, And yet this insertion into the yearbook seems to be such a small way to show our appreciation to one who has done so much. He has spent much of his time showing us the many aspects of possible careers and has been the shining star in the distance, guiding us to our future. qw., FEBRUARY 1959 COUNSELOR: Mr. Jerry Cohen. Even though some of us may leave here still undecided as to the road we will take, Mr. Cohen will have instilled in a clear understanding of what lies ahead. And so we say thank you, Mr. Cohen, for though you've been a star in our eyes, you have been close enough for to call you our friend, our helping hand, our counselor. Sincerely, The Class of February 'l959 1 FEBRUARY 1959 ADVISER: Miss Sarah Kamaroff. Dear Miss Kamaroft, When we entered Forest Park as the freshmen and sopho- mores of the Class of February 1959, we were similar to a preliminary sketch that the artist makes before he can start his portrait. But as we entered our iunior year, Miss Sarah Kamaroff, our year adviser, began to fill in the picture with her palette of good advice, pleasant attitude, easy manner, and patient understanding. With Miss Kamaroft guiding us, we knew that we had achieved our first plateau of success when our Junior Day was given. 1 Fir? X But this was still the beginning of a great masterpiece vet to be completed. As our final year at Forest Park was culminated, February 1959 continued onward to success as we put on our last exhibition, giving proof that Miss Kamaroft had created a portrait of the well-rounded Forester. We wish to express our most sincere gratitude to you, Miss Kamaroff, for the help and time you have given us during our years at Forest Park. Sincerely, The Class of February 1959 S 'Ds ,f Damollc Cafor Prnudcnf 4 S Rlberkof Treasurer N DIl'1OWIfZ Recordrng Secretory -5,- f G Muller E Israel Corresponding Secrefornes fb o S ding J eehan D Cator M Spind M iegel to 0 5mOllEY G M'll9V A l-USRY Ji-'dges .Q Q5 rv 7 to R Standing J nyan C Croner L t R Seated G Creutz r D Frse :ergeants-at Arms The Class of February 1959 invested its utmost faith and confidence in its leaders as was proven by the re-election of the maiority of the otticers for two consecutive terms. These officers, led by Danielle Cator as class president, guided the class through its first organized year and onward to its out- standing achievements in its Senior Year. Due to their untiring efforts, these leaders helped to make February 1959 a year of which each of its members could be proud. L Salute of the potato sacks. "Places everyone!" "Curtain going up!" And so, on Novem- ber 15, 1957, the curtain rose on "Dreamers of the American Dream," presented by the Class of February 1959 as its Junior Day Assembly. Under the chairmanship of Renee Rosen- berg and direction of Andy Lasky and Marilyn Toback, the play, which was a brief synopsis of the outstanding individuals known in our American history, was a success. Later in the afternoon, the newly organized juniors gathered together on the front campus for the traditional tree-planting ceremony at which Danielle Cotor, class president, and Miss Sarah Kamaroff, year adviser, officiated. ,Q Marilyn Toback, director, shows her enthusiasm for the assembly. "Yo ole year song," ol? key per usual, is introduced to the school. nl 'K A' - I Stop that music, they're rockin' the clouds. JUNIOR PROM The Class of February 1959 became a social success on November 16, 1957, at the Phoenix Club, where its Junior Prom was held. However, as newly organized juniors, they did not need the artificial stars and clouds used as decorations, for they had stars in their eyes and were on top at their own cloud, Cloud Number 59. Due to the efforts of the chairmen, Gil Creutzer and Marvin Gamerman, the evening was memorable and was concluded with the crowning of Ray Weglein and Linda Dembo, King and Queen ofthe prom. fc It gives me great introduce to pleasure SENIOR i 3 I sag, m I Form a double line, only five more minutes . . . and you too can have my autograph. On October 31, 1958, at the Senior Inaugural Assembly, and dreams to achieve his goal, his dream can be fulfilled. the Class of February 1959 officially became the Senior Class As the Class of February 1959 marched out of the audi- of Forest Park. torium, its members were fully aware of the responsibilities Rabbi Jacob Green, in an inspiring address entitled "There which accompany the privileges of being a senior. ls No End in Sight," reminded the seniors that if one strives A face in the crowd fwhere??J HRA "t110n 505 69 u ll qw If fl G Rag h6f 8- 'LQ N S i l I I f r ,f ' - iq ri Q + - -rf .I V f ,, G- ,C-in ln M , 5 P5 5, -M 4 Q we-.X 'Y l g ,g . . ' Fi' "' . P' f . - ,Y I J ' xo A fgg 'G l G M5 4 if . Ihwx it D J XY mx f r 3 I 'M Nxsefl'Q'1f'tb, s Q' ' I N i 'Z QE '4 . s 'ffm-1 5b3,,1r'+., ,M My, they look inspiredl The Class of February, 1959 bade fare- well to Forest Park on January 29, 1959. Dr. Jacob H. Conn delivered an inspiring mes- sage as the graduating seniors witnessed their last assembly at Forest Park High School. Wonder what it feels like for the last time? 85 'Nqr' li ri C1 rv . ' to RADUATION it It -- U . . up at Q- lf' 'rv 1' M ' " U "3 "' 'fb 7, 'i' f-fi 13 'r '1'f' 'f 1' Q9 9 2' 'QT 'N ga., iv Grad uation The time-8:00 P.M., February 10, 1959. The place-Forest Park High School. The occasion-Graduation. And so, for the last time, the Class of February 1959 marched down the aisles of the auditorium of For- est Park High School. And also for the last time, the 'Class of February 1959 was together as a group-a group consisting of 137 members who had worked together for four years dreaming of the day that had finally arrived. Over those same aisles had walked many graduate classes before us, but none could have felt prouder or happier than the Graduating Class of February 1959. After the procession, the diplomas were presented by the Honorable Thomas D'Alesandro, Mayor of Baltimore. Prizes and scholarships were awarded to those students who had achieved outstanding scholarship. And then to the tune of Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance, the Class of February 1959 marched out of the auditorium to become the sixty- fifth graduating class in the history of Forest Park High School. Y 7' No tears please, Danielle! What's your problem? Continued from page 74 Instructions for completing our picture suddenly seemed qurte clear As we haltlngly pushed forward to our trymg Senior Year To add to our portrart was our Senior Inaugural Dance Preceded by the assembly each sparlt rt drd enhance Soon the final shadmgs could be one by one applied As the days marked on the Study Hall board were quickly slfppmg by And when our Prom and Banquet flnally did arrive They filled IH the Hnal touches we had tried so herd to hide For here was Graduation as we each had dreamed 1t'd be As each reflected by saymg Can thas be really me? As this IS not the end but instead a huge beginning Now Instead of marks a place IH life well each be winning We look af all our friends and wonder rf :t's all rn vain But glancmg at our teachers we know what we each did gain For its not the written word that wms all of life s bouts Instead rt s how to work together that s what really counts Coloring ln the picture and bmdmg round the frame We see on the mscrlptfon Forest Park your very name For buried deep rn every heart with stress on every word We flnd your well taught lesson ENTER TO LEARN GO FOR Andy Lasky 88 TH TO SERVE I I , . I 1 - 11 - 11 , . I I . . . , . . , . I , . ., . . . , I -I 1 I -' - 1 I I ' . ll - 1 E. Abram! M. Abramson J. Adler L. Alpert A. Becker R. Berdinslxy G. Bloom A. Brown M. Bulmash ts t Q Q'- J. Bunyan A. Burlze M. Callahan FRED CAPLAN Student President, Student Vice-President, Boys' Opportunity Club, Ethical Club, Senator, Varsity Football, Lacrosse, J. V. Sports, Maior F. RICHARD CARROLL Homeroom Activities. DANIELLE H. CATOR List of Honor, President of February 1959, National Honor Society, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Busi- ness Service Club, Glee Club. BRENDA S. COHEN Lists at Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, Administrative Secre- tary of FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, Extrncurricnl-r F' '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Aesthetes Club, Pres., Sec., Treas., Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Committee. 89 it X .44 if si' if EDWIN ABRAMS Intramural Sports MARILYN R. ABRAMSON Vice-President of February I959, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Senator, Homeroom Pres., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, F,T.A., Junior Day, Cafe Supervisor. JOAN S. ADLER FORESTER, Thanksgiving Assembly, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intra- mural Sports, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Prom Favors Chairman. LINDA ALPERT FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Chemistry Club, F.T,A., Year Committees, Junior Prom Entertainment Chairman. ARLENE R. BECKER Biology Club, Business Service Club, Chess Club. REVA BERDINSKY FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Rep., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Business Service Club, Art Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Dance Chairman. GERALDINE N. BLOOM Thanksgiving Assembly, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Year Committees, Junior Day. ALLAN BROWN Homeroom Vice-Pres., Varsity Baseball, J. V. Sports, Business Service Club, Duties. MYRA BULMASH FORESTER, Homeroom Treas., Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Junior Day Flower Chairman, Senior Inaugural Flower Chairman. JOHN T. BUNYAN List of Honor, Sergeant-at-Arms of February 1959, Boys' Opportunity Club, Pres., Ethical Club, Pres, Press, Homeroom Pres., Varsity Football, Baseball, J. V. Sports, Maior F, Star, Year Committees, Junior Day, Duties. ANN L. BURKE Intramural Sports. MARK CALLAHAN J. V. Sports, Rifle Club Capt., Audio Crew Capt., Proiection Crew. F. Caplan R. Carroll 'Sr - C x-is ' Ag D. Cator B. Cohen it ELAINE COHEN Extra Curricular F, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Junior Day. LINDA COHEN List of Honor, National Honor Society, Head Proof Reader of FORESTER, Extra Curricular F, f59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Pres., Sec., F.N.A., Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Program Committee, Senior Farewell Chairman. MICHAEL COHEN Varsity Crass Country, J. V. Sports, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Homeroom Activities. PATRICIA A. CONROY Junior Day. SARA MAY CORDISH Lists of Honor, Merit, Commercial Ads Manager of FORESTER, Eng- lish Office, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Year Teams, French Club, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Year Committees, Junior Day, Cafe Otficer, Duties. GILBERT CREUTZER JR. List of Merit, Sergeant-at-Arms of February 1959, National Honor Society, Homeroom Rep., Extra Curriculer F, Varsity Track, Intra- mural Sports, F.P.H.S. Chair, Year Committee, Junior Day, Chairman of Junior Prom, Chairman of Senior Prom, Cafe Officer. CHARLES CRONER Sergeant-at-Arms of February 1959, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, Homeroom Vice-Pres., J. V. Sports. JUDITH VIVIAN CURLAND Lists of Honor, Merit, Four Square Club, FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Star, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Treas., F.N.A., F.T.A., Wednesday Morning Club, Sec., Good Will Chairman of February 1959, Year Committees, Senior Inaugural Committees, Senior Farewell Committees, Duties, Municipal Youth Council Rep- resentative. CHRISTANTA DEJESUS Biology Club, F.N.A. LINDA DEMBO '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Committee, Cafe Officer. NICOLA DINOWITZ Corresponding Secretary of February l959, FORESTER, Thanksgiving Assembly, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Year Com- mittees, Junior Day, Cafe Oflicer. ELLEN R. DREYER Distribution Manager of FORESTER, Press, Homeroom Pres., Thanks- giving Assembly, Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Junior Day, Cafe Officer. F. Feikin F. Feldman ,gg ff cam H. Feldman H. Feldman fs , F' . pf 1 Q is 'Fe E. Cohen L. Cohen M. Cohen P. Conroy S. Cordish . for ,,, , .nf ' 'fi' Y -. A I S F CT? G. Creutzer C Croner J. Curland C- D9-IGSUS 65- L Demba N Dmowrtz E Dreyer FRANCIA FEIKIN List of Merit Four Square Club Girls Athletic Club Pres Varsity Tennis JV Sports 59 Numerols Minor F Malor F Star Year Teams Intramural Sports Biology Club Open Forum Art Metal Club Junior Day Script Committee Chairman Cafe Oflicer Duties FRANCES E FELDMAN Girls Athletic Club Girls Sports Editor of FORESTER Extra Cur ricular F 59 Numerals Minor F Mayor F Intramural Sports Bus: ness Service Club Junior Day HARRIET FELDMAN FORESTER, Press, Homeroom Sec., Rep., Thanksgiving Assembly, Extra Curricular F, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, F.T.A. HOWARD FELDMAN Ethical Club, Homeroom Rep., Varsity Lacrosse, J. V. Sports. 90 fu'- if M Finkelstein G Fishman R Fram 3 D Fried B Friedlander E Frisby WMF '31, M. Gamerman M. Gellar E. Geller 'Ei is ' J. Gerber A. Gibbons D. Gilpin MARIAN GINSBERG FORESTERg Intramural Sportsg Business Service Clubg Junior Day. BILL GOLDMAN List ol Honorp Boys' Opportunity Clubg FORESTERg Extra Curricular Fg Intramural Sportsg F.P.H.S. Choirg Senior Inaugural Dance Committee. RONNIE GOODMAN FORESTERg Intramural Spartsg Junior Dayg Senior Inaugural, Home- room Activities. RITAMAE HACKERMAN Business Manager of FORESTERg Homeroom Pres.g Thanksgiving Assembly: '59 Numeralsg Minor Eg Intramural Sports, Chemistry Clubg German Clubg F,T.A.g Junior Dayg Senior Inaugural Committeesg Cafe Officer. 9 I MARILYN N FINKELSTEIN FORESTER Homeroom Treas Intramural Sports Business Service Club F T A Junior Red Cross Club Junior Day GLADYS LEE FISHMAN FORESTER Extra Curricular F Intramural Sports Business Service Club Art Club Chairman of Junior Achievement Showcase RODNEY ELAINE FRAM Lust ot Merit National Honor Society Recording Sec Four Square Club FORESTER Homeroom Rep Extra Curricular F 59 Numerals Intramural Sports FNA Pres Hit FTA S U N Y Junior Day Senior Prom Chairman Duties Junior Red Cross DANIEL FRIED List of Honor Sergeant at Arms of February T959 Club Ethical Club Varsity Baseball Football J V Sports Boys Opportunity BRYNA FRIEDLANDER List of Honor FORESTER Thanksgiving Assembly 59 Numerals Minor F Motor F Intramural Sports Chemistry Club FTA Junior Day Senior Inaugural Dance Duties ESTELLE FRISBY Intramural Sports Chemistry Club Year Committees Junior Day Senior Prom Decorations Chairman MARVIN GAMERMAN Boys Opportunity Club- Extra Curricular F- Intramural Sports- Year Committees- Junior Prom Co-Chairman- Junior Day- Senior Inaugural Dance Chairman. MARSHA GELLAR Lists of Honor Merit- National Honor Society- Head Proof Reader of FORESTER- Homeroom Sec. Treos.g Thanksgiving Assembly- 59 Numerals- Minor F- Biology Club- Chemistry Club- German Club- F.T.A.- Library Club- Junior Day Costume Committee Chairman- Senior Inaugural Committee- Senior Farewell Committee- Cafe Oflicer. ESTHER GELLER Extra Curricular Fg Business Service Club. JOSEPH GERBER Varsity Cross Countryg J.V. Sportsg Biology Clubg Art Club. ALBERT GIBBONS Aeronautics Clubg Stage Crew. DONNA GILPIN Homeroom Press Rep., Vice-Pres.g Thanksgiving Assemblyg Extra Curricular Eg Intramural Sportsg Maiorettep Business Service Cluby Senior Farewell Flower Committee Chairman. M. Ginsberg B. Goldman "S 3 1 R, Goodman R, Hackerman 55 tv - S-n 3 SUSAN R. HESS FORESTER5 Intramural Sports5 Aesthetes Club5 PWS-, ViCG-Frei-1 Co-Ed Chorale5 Junior Day Choreography Chairman5 Senior Inaugu- ral Dance Committee5 Cafe,OtTicer. ALBERTA E. HEYMAN List of Honorp FORESTER5 Press5 '59 Numerals5 Minor F5 Intramural Sports5 Business Service Club5 F.N.A.5 F.T.A.5 Junior Red Cross Club5 Junior Day Property Chairman5 Junior Day Committees5 Cate Officer. JEANIE HILLMAN National Honor Society5 Associate Editor of FORESTER5 Thanksgiving Assembly5 Extra Curricular F5 Intramural Sports5 U.N.Y.5 Glee Club5 Co-Ed Chorale5 Junior Day5 Senior Inaugural Music Cl-iairman5 Senior Farewell Song Chairman. BERNARD HINES FORESTER5 Homeroom Treas., Rep.5 Thanksgiving Assemblyg Varsity Football, Track5 Maior F. HELEN HIRSHEY List of Honor5 National Honor Society5 Publicity Editor of FORESTER5 Homeroom Pres.5 Thanksgiving Assembly5 Extra Curricular F5 Intra- mural Sports5 Maiorette5 Junior Day5 Senior Farewell Gift Chair- man5 Cafe Supervisor. l. ELLEN ISRAEL List of Honor5 Recording Secretary of February 19595 National Honor Societyp Four Square Club5 Editor-in-Chief of FORESTER5 Student Coachp Extra Curricular F5 Intramural Sports5 Chemistry Club, Art Metal Club5 F.P.H.S. Choir5 Junior Day5 Cafe Ofiicer. PATRICIA JENNINGS Intramural Sports. JUDITH ANN KARR List of Merit5 National Honor SoCiety5 Clubs Editor of FORESTER5 Homeroom Treas.5 Thanksgiving Assemblyg Extra Curricular F5 Aesthetes Club5 Glee Club5 Co-Ed Chorale5 F.P.H.S. Choir5 Junior Day Music Director5 Cafe Officer. DAN KEMPER Ethical Club, Sec.5 Varsity Golf, Football, Swimming, Baseball5 J. V. Sports5 Intramural Sports. ARLEEN KERMAN S. Hess A. Heyman B. Hines H. Hirshey 50N 'Qu Q. J. Hillman E. Israel rye FORESTER5 Press5 Intramural Sports5 Business Service Club5 Year P. Jennings J. Karr D- KBIVIPBY Committees5 Junior Day, Duties. GERALDINE KESNER FORESTER5 Homeroom Sec., Rep.5 Business Service Club5 Year Com- mittees5 Junior Day5 Cafe Otticer. BETSY KESSLER Homeroom Press Rep.5 Minor F5 Intramural Sports5 Junior Day. L. Kirkley E. Klompus f1 16 ' if B. Kolker R. Kramer XP the Y- A. Kerman G- KQSMI' LLOYD M. KIRKLEY Homeroom Press Rep.5 Biology Club5 Chess Club5 Men's Glee Club. ELLEN KLOMPUS Press5 Homeroom Sec.5 Thanksgiving Assembly5 Extra Curricular F: Intramural Sports5 Year Committees5 Junior Day5 Cafe Officer. BEVERLY KOLKER FORESTER5 Press5 Thanksgiving Assembly5 Extra Curricular F5 Intra- mural Sports5 Business Service Club5 Junior Day5 Cafe Officer5 Duties. ROCHELLE KRAMER FORESTER5 Thanksgiving Assembly, '59 Nurnerals5 Minor F5 Intra- mural Sports5 Biology Club5 F.T.A.5 Home Economics Club5 Year Committees5 Junior Day5 Cafe Ofticer. 92 B. Kessler '5 W. Lakein L. Lander A. Lasky fi . R. Leffman A. Leven B. Levy cb, .,-,J Sv NY I s 1 D. levy R. Lewis B. Lubin A r I. Luchinsky RICKA MANCK Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Treas.5 '59 Numerals5 Minor F5 Intra- mural Sports5 Junior Day Scenery Chairman5 Senior Inaugural Seat- ing and Marching Chairman. KATHERINE FAY MCCORMICK Homeroom Vice-Pres.5 Biology Club, Sgt.-at-Arms5 Spanish Club5 F.P.H.S. Choir5 Year Ring Committee Chairman5 Senior Inaugural Committees5 Senior Farewell Committees. DIANA MEMPHIS Homeroom Pres., Treas.5 Extra Curricular F5 '59 Numerals5 Intramural Sports5 Business Service Club, IRVIN MEYER Varsity FootbaII5 J. V. Sports. ff'- C. Lieberman C. Macks WARREN LAKEIN Varsity Tennis5 Intramural Sports5 Biology Club5 Chess Club5 Year Committees5 Junior Doy5 Cate Ofticer. LINDA LEE LANDER Intramural Sports5 Business Service Club5 Year Committees5 Junior Dayp Cate Officer. ANDREA LASKY List of Merit5 National Honor Society5 FORESTER5 Chief Justice of Court5 Judgep Student Coachp English Oi'lice5 Homeroom Sec.5 Thanksgiving Assembly Chairman5 '59 Numerals5 Minor F5 Intra- mural Sports5 Junior Day Director5 Senior Prom and Banquet Enter- tainment Chairman. RENE LEFFMAN Circulation Manager of FORESTER5 Student Coach5 Homeroom Press Rep.5 Extra Curricular F5 Varsity Tennis5 Biology Club, Pres.5 Spanish Club5 Aeronautics Club5 F.P.H.S, Choir5 Year Committees5 Junior Day5 Cafe Officer. ARLENE M. LEVEN Press5 Homeroom Red Cross Rep.5 Intramural Sports5 Business Service Club5 F.N.A.5 Library Club5 Aesthetes Club5 Junior Day5 Junior Prom Committees5 Duties. BEVERLY LEVY Lists of Honor, Merit5 Special Activities Editor of FORESTER5 English Ofiice5 '59 Numerals5 Minor F5 Intramural Sports5 Chemistry Club5 Open Forum Club5 Junior Day5 Junior Prom Committees5 Senior Inaugural Committees5 Senior Prom Ticket Chairman5 Cafe Officer. DOTTY LEVY List of Honor5 Bookkeeper of FORESTER5 Thanksgiving Assembly5 Art Club5 Junior Day5 Junior Day Committees5 Senior Inaugural Decora- tion Chairman5 Senior Inaugural Committee. REGINALD LEWIS Homeroom Rep.5 Press Rep.5 Chess Club5 A-Capella Choir5 Junior Day. CAROLE LIEBERMAN Extra Curricular F5 '59 Numerals5 Intramural Sports5 Business Service Club5 Co-Ed ChoraIe5 Junior Day. BONNIE LUBIN Transcription Manager of FORESTER5 Homeroom Press Rep.5 Thanks- giving Assembly5 '59 Numerals5 Extra Curricular F5 Intramural Sports5 Business Service Club5 F.T.A.5 Junior Dayg Duties. FORESTER5 J. V, Sports5 Biology Club5 Men's Glee Club5 Junior Day. CAROL L. MACKS Photography Editor af FORESTER5 Senator5 Homeroom Rep.5 Thankse giving Assembly5 '59 Numerals5 Minor F5 Intramural Sports5 F.T.A., Treas.5 Junior Day Committees5 Senior Farewell Marching Chairman. R. Manck K. McCormick 4' fx ,A if fill! 'Lv 795-7 D. MGrl'tpl'tlS I, Mgygr GLORIA I. MILLER List of Hanorg Recording Secretary of February l959g National Honor Sacietyg Four Square Club: FORESTER7 Pressg Judgeg Homeroom Sec Press Rep.g '59 Numeralsg Minor F7 Intramural Sports: Business Service Clubg F.T.A.g U.N.Y.p Glee Clubg Co-Ed Chorale: Junior Dayg Cate Supervisor. FRANCIS WILLIAM NASON Ethical Clubg Varsity Football, Baseball, Basketballg J. V. Sportsy Business Service Club, Proiection Crew. CRAIG L. NEUMYER Homeroom Activities. ADRIAN OSNOWITZ Manager of Varsity Lacrosse Teamg Extra Curricular F5 Business Service Club. SARAH ELIZABETH PAJARDO Business Service Club. BARBARA L. PARR Intramural Sports: Business Service Club. SUSAN PAUL FORESTERp Intramural Sportsg Business Service Cluby Junior Day Committees: Duties. CECILLE JOAN PELOVITZ Lists of Honor, Meritg National Honor Societyg Art Editor of FORES- TER: Homeroom Rep.g '59 Numeralsg Minor Fi Intramural Sportsg Chemistry Clubg F.T.A.g Art Clubg Junior Day Committeesg Senior Inaugural Publicity Chairmang Cafe Officer. MARCIA SYBIL PELOVITZ List of Meritg Features Editor of FORESTERg English Oflicep Homeroom Press Rep.g '59 Numeralsg Intramural Sports: French Clubg F.T.A.g Open Forum Clubg Art Clubg Junior Day Committeesg Senior ln- augurol Committees: Senior Farewell Flower Chairman, Duties. DAVID PHILIPS Varsity Cross Countryg J. V. Sports. HARRIETT F. PHILLIPS Homeroom Rep.g Business Service Clubp Chess Clubp Junior Day. PAULA PHILLIPS FORESTERg Pressg Homeroom Rep.g Press Rep., Thanksgiving Assemblyg Extra Curricular Fi Intramural Sportsg Business Service Clubg F.T.A,y Junior Day. N. Pistolas R. Porter V. Powell M. Price ga--,. 6. I lt' G. Miller F. Nason C. Neumyer 6 X fox A. Osnowitz S. Paiardo P' '2 ws - 'eb Q- S. Paul C. Pelovitz E5 'Ek 7- D. Philips H. Phillips NICHOLAS PISTOLAS Varsity Track: Intramural Sportsg Senior Farewell Seating and Marching Chairman. ROBERT PORTER Stage Crew, Junior Dayp Homeroom Activities. VERA FRANCES POWELL List of Honorp National Honor Society, Girls' Athletic Clubg FORES- TERg Homeroom Treas.g Thanksgiving Assemblyg Extra Curricular F5 Vorsigy Bodminygm J, V. Sportsg '59 Numeralsg Minor F5 Major F5 Starg Year Teamsg Intramural Sportsp Chemistry Clubg F.T.A.g F.P.H.S. Choirg Junior Dayg Year Committeeg Duties. MARY ANN PRICE Lis' of Mefif, Homeroom Treas., Rep., Intramural Sportsg Business Service Clubg Junior Day! DUIIGS- 94 .NQ B. Parr M. Pelovitz P. Phillips R Sadova H. Schneider 1-y' .Je- C Prunty A. Riberkot S. Rib, 'N Q C Ritter R. Rosenberg H. Rubin 7' 'br M Rubin M. Rudick D. Rund .4 'S ,eg SANDRA SHAPIRO Business Service Club. LEON DAVID SHARGEL List of Merit, Extra Curricular F, Biology Club, Chess Club, Pres. Vice-Pres., Sgt.-at-Arms, JETS Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Committee, Chairman of Senior Prom and Banquet Tickets. JOHN J. SHEEHAN Ill Homeroom Pres., Rep., Varsity Lacrosse, Swimming, J. V, Sports, Senior Prom Dance Program Chairman. LYNDA R. SHERMAN National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Patron Ads Manager of FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Press Rep., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Major F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Home Economics Club, Treas., Sec., Junior Day Committees, Cafe Officer. 'Rexx 'C' S. Schweitzer CHARLES PRUNTY Lists of Honor, Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Subscription Ads Manager of FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Vice Pres., F.P.H.S. Choir, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Committees. ALLAN RIBERKOF J. V. Sports, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, SHEILA RIBERKOF Treasurer of February 1959, National Honor Society, Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, Thanksgiving Assembly, Varsity Speedball, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Year Team, Intramural Sports. CHRISTA RITTER Red Cross Rep., Thanksgiving Assembly, Intramural Sports. RENEE D. ROSENBERG FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Rep., Business Service Club, Co-Ed Chorale, Junior Day Chairman, Senior Inaugural Committee, Senior Farewell Publicity Chairman. HENRY RUBIN Senior Inaugural Committee. MARCIA RUBIN Lists of Honor, Merit, Historian of February 1959, Four Square Club, Write-ups Editor of FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Treas., Thanksgiving Assembly, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Chemistry Club, German Club, F.T.A., Junior Day Committees, Senior Inaugural Committee, Cafe Officer. MARVIN RUDICK Intramural Sports, Junior Day. DORIS RUND List of Merit, Commercial Layouts Manager of FORESTER, Homeroom Sec., Extra Curricular F, Intramural Sports, F.P.H.S. Choir, Senior Inaugural Committee, Senior Farewell Program Committee Chairman. ROBERT SADOVA Intramural Sports, Junior Day. HARRIET SCHNEIDER FORESTER, Homeroom Treas., Sec., Thanksgiving Assembly, Extra Curricular F, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Junior Day. SYDNEE B. SCHWEITZER FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Chemistry Club, Aesthetes Club, Sec., Senior Inaugural Committee, Cafe Otticer. S. Shapiro L. Shargel J. Sheehan L. Sherman v- BARBARA F. SI EGEL SHEILA SHERMAN FORESTER: Student Coach: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports, istry Club: French Club: News Views Club: Open Forum Club: Day: Junior Day Committees: Senior Inaugural Committee: Farewell Committee: Senior Prom Publicity Chairman. ANN R. SHILMAN FORESTER: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: F.T.A,: Chorale: Junior Day. MARVIN SHUMAN Homeroom Rep.: Varsity Football: J. V. Sports: Minor F: Duties Chem- Junior Senior Co-Ed List of Honor: FORESTER: Homeroom Sec.: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Chemistry Club: F.T.A.: Junior Day: Junior Day Committee: Senior Inaugural Committee. MELVIN SIEGEL I Boys' Opportunity Club: Senator: FORESTER: Rifle Club: Stage Crew: Proiection Crew: Co-Ed Chorale: Cafe Ofiicer. DOROTHY SYBIL SILBERT FORESTER: Business Service Club: Glee Club: Junior Day. LONNA SMOLLER List of Honor: Four Square Club: Layouts Editor of FORESTER: Judge: Junior Day Committees: Junior Prom Committees: Senior Inaugural Chairman: Cafe Supervisor. MORTON SPIND National Honor Society: Varsity Track: J. V. Sports: Orchestra: Junior Day: Senior Farewell Music Chairman, BARBARA RENEE STARR FORESTER: Press: Homeroom Treas.: Thanksgiving Assembly: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Junior Day: Junior Day Committees: Senior Inaugural Flower Committee Chairman: Senior Prom Cam- mittees. NORMA H. STEIN Lists of Honor, Merit: Four Square Club: FORESTER: Homeroom Vice- Pres., Rep.: Thanksgiving Assembly: Extra Curricular F: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club Treas.: F.T.A.: Year Good Will Com- mittee Chairman: Senior Inaugural Speaker Committee Chairman: Senior Inaugural Committees. DONALD THOMAS Homeroom Activities. MARILYN TOBACK National Honor Society: FORESTER: Press: Student Coach: Homee room Vice-Pres.: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Junior Day Director: Senior Farewell Chairman. S. Tossman A. Traub gsm '95 R. Warner D. Warshawsky U ff "Vs S. Sherman A. Shilman M. Shumon E. B. Siegel M. Siegel D. Silbert QS' L. Smaller M. Spind www :Ip-Q, K., 3 . 9, x i 24 Q, . L 1 B. Starr v N. Stein D. Thomas M. Toback SANDY E. TOSSMAN FORESTER: Press: Thanksgiving Assembly: Intramural Sports: Home Economics Club, Pres., Sec., Hist.: Aesthetes Club, Vice-Pres.: Junior Day: Year Stationary Committee Chairman: Duties. ANITA ARLENE TRAUB Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: Art Club: F.P.H.S. Choir. ROBERT M. WARNER Audio Crew. DAVID WARSHAWSKY Varsity Swimming: J. V. Sports: Intramural Sports: Stage Crew, Capt.: Proiection Crew: Lawyers Guild, Vice-Pres.: Junior Day Lighting Director. 96 G. Wasserman R. Weglein E. Weinberg J. Wilkinson S. Wright T, Yqgoyisgi F. Yanklove M, Yospo GAIL WASSERMAN List of Merit: FORESTER: Homeroom Sec.: Thanksgiving Assembly: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Home Economics Club, Vice-Pres., Hist.: Aesthetes Club: Junior Day: Junior Day Committees: Senior Inaugural Refreshment Chairman: Senior Inaugural Committees: Duties. RAYMOND CHARLES WEGLEIN Homeroom Red Cross Rep.: Varsity Lacrosse: J. V. Sports: Junior Day: Junior Prom King: Senior Inaugural Committee. ELLEN DEAN WEINBERG FORESTER: Thanksgiving Assembly: '59 Numerols: Minor F: Intra- mural Sports: Spanish Club: Junior Day Committees: Senior Inaugural Committees: Senior Farewell Program Chairman: Duties. JOAN WILKINSON FORESTER: Intramural Sports: Senior Inaugural Committee. SHIRLEY WRIGHT Press: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: Glee Club. THERESA YACOVISSI Thanksgiving Assembly: Biology Club. FREDA ANNE YANKLOVE FORESTER: Judge: Homeroom Rep.: Extra Curricular F: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: Library Club: Junior Day: Senior In- augural Refreshment Chairman: Duties. MYER YOSPA FORESTER: J. V. Sports: Intramural Sports: Senior Inaugural Pub- licity Chairman: Senior Inaugural Committee. FAR EWELL SONG-FEB. '59 Tune of Soyonaro Sayonara-Forest Park, goodbye Whisper Sayonoro-But we mustn't cry Chorus No more we stop to see classmates on the campus No more we 'neath the trees looking at the tower Sayonara, Sayonara, goodbye Sayonara-If it must be so Whisper Sayonara-Smiling as we go Chorus No more we stop to see classmates on the campus No more we 'neath the trees looking at the tower Sayonara, Sayonara, goodbye 97 JUNE 1959 YEAR SONG AND BANNER We welcome you fo Foresf Park fhey sard on Orlenfahon Day Now fry your wings as Foresfers ln school work and In play Done and done and so we fried June 59 could nof deny We had fhe wings buf couldnf fly A launching plafform s what we need fo send us on our way And sfeerlng gear fo make us sure fhaf we wonf go asfray For fhls our plafform and our gear Miss Langford s adviser of fhe year She launched us on Thanksglvmg Day And charted the roufe for fhe holiday Our course was sef we couldn f sfop Wllh our flrsf success fhe Soph Hop On fo greafer herghfs we flew Wrfh Mr Wesferberg fo ard fhe crew As weafher man he always sard Whaf sforms for us would he ahead As sophomore days wenf flying pasf We had fo organize and fasi For whaf rn qualify we may have lacked We had m quanfrly facf Buf qualify was nof rn need Wrfh Wendy s leadership mdeed Wlfh a skilled hand and enfhusrasfrc bursf The ofher officers needless fo say Found embezzlmg iusf drdnf pay flmagme all fhe money I To needy people our hearfs sfrefched out And a chanfy drive was broughf abouf Through all fhe fhoughffulness we showed One sweafer fhaf was oufgrowed Was senf Ah' .lumor Day fhose were fhe days Nme PM rehearsals were fhe craze Af lasf fhe day arnved fo find Every ,umor scared ouf of hrs mmd Off fo fhe diner for crumpefs and fea Wlfh one laggardly walfress for flve hundred and fhree Then back fo school where folks clamored fo see Our lafesf endeavor Desfrnahon Democracy Mazel Tov fo our acfors and singers alike Who af lasf found lhe difference between fhe Ilghfs and fhe mrke Our year parfy came nexf lf was as packed as could be How we hauled rn fha! green fmfed necesslfyl fCo I ued on pag 109, , . ' I 1 ' I ' I I ' I . , . I I , . I ' I . I I , . . , . . , . She manned fhe ship from fhe very firsl . . . , I I . , . ll 1 . II , . I I . . . 1 ' - n in e "S, . .1 Q. JUNE 1959 ADVISER: Mr Dear Mrs. Langford, As we look back over the annals of our lives in Forest Park, we realize again the importance of the part you played in our undertakings, for you were our adviser, our friend, our leader. When we faltered in the execution of our projects and were tearful of failure, you came to our rescue with wise counsel and cheerful encouragement. When, in our strivings for success, we sometimes forgot the s. Nell G. Langford. lottiness of our goals, your high ideals inspired us to remem- ber them, You fostered in us the importance of co-operation and guided us to the pursuit ot all of our endeavors in unity. For your splendid service, untiring eliforts, and sincere interest in our year, we thank you. Sincerely, The Class of June 1959 Q ,QU ' 'L sn. 4""? JUNE 1959 PRESIDENT Wendy Decker 'Q ,.Q x JUNE 1959 VICE PRESIDENTS L fo R B Tarses F Tucker X1 5 -uv .-5 Ui Me JUNE 1959 SECRETARIES L foR E Engel A Mulman A Fruedmcn .ii M ,f H Blank R Lltwm M Margolues M Bronstein 5'-L JUNE 1959 TREASURERS L to R P Epstenn D Drobls Wuth unflaggmg zeal and true devotnon the ofllcers of the Class ot June 1959 set the pace for a year of outstandnng achrevement We thank them for encouraging us to reach our almost unattainable goals, for glvlng so freely of thenr tame, for guiding us In our actlvltles, and for making us feel that they were behlnd us nn our every undertaknng Thus past year, we, the Seniors, have known the power and elatlon of bemg at the controls as leaders ol the school Our class ofhcers have Inspired us, by theur precepts and example, to meet the challenge ol leaderehlp wuth wisdom and restraint I I l :n ,, , x , D A I I . ' 'f 2 ff f ' G f T N g N lx t X V X ' T7 c A X L' Q f K J -L: 1- ' fa l x ' A JUNE l959 JUDGES: L. to R., Row l: A. Malman, P. Epstein, W. Decker. Raw 2: JUNE l959 SENATORS: Row l: W. Decker. L. to R., Row 2: S. Friedel, M. Baylin 1' :J L , 'T 1- -I 1 H I X l O4 ff! XJ' .41 Aw shucks honey chule y all flatta me too much' God bless ye merry gentlemenl The Class of June 'I959 captured the true meanung of Amerucan free dom un uts Junuor Day productuon Destunatuon Democracy Patruck Henry once agaun deluvered hus famous oratuon covered wagons crossed the praurues on theur uourney westward and flapper gurls charlestoned theur way through the Roarung Twentues The uunuors declared a legal holuday from dawn to dusk on March 28 1959 lt was an excuted and by no means sleepy bunch that watched the sun ruse upon Hulltop Duner as they feasted on breakfast flt for kungs Classes may have been held that day but 500 uunuors were unaware of thus fact Every mund was focused on the comung events A punk dogwood tree planted un honor of Forest Park served to remund the uunuors of the opportunutues offered them by the school Junuor Day planned so perfectly by Abby Robunson and Frannue Goldman chaurmen shall always remaun one of the most memorable days ofthe lufe of every 59er fu: in einen' -fr Mike and Wendy planted our tree with the hope that it would bloom. It didn't. 1 1 Q I I Eg I v7 5 0 YS . 1- ,V p- . A A W . ' A 45-.4 A-5 ,ff 'P R ' 1 .F N ff? -'A xx Qs OT x . 1 1'- 3. K' F ' 'Hr u .wefggz ng it O 1 -e K x , Q'-EM X, Q, 1 'V ff' 1, 'If ' Q up A 1 en, V .. vlr wif r 0 1 V, ., ,?f ri x ' , k A i J K! . . s if yfqll I A A Ain A 415 M Q f U A 1 9 1 'X K ,4 1 A R , . A . 5, L 3 .J H e Q 1' K Uh f an "5 Hes in the spotlight Life With Father An air of excited expectancy pervaded Forest Parks auditorium early in December 1959 when the curtain rose on the first act of that moving drama by Thornton Wilder Our Town which was so success fully portrayed by the Drama Malors of June 'I959 The plays lack of scenery served to enhance rather than to lessen the sensitive artistic performances of David Drobls and Ellen Engle in the chief roles 1, f' ' Somehow I get the feeling that something is missing. 108 Sigh... lContunued from page 981 The tree which we planted I neglected to say Became quite rll lust the other day lSorry bout thatl For the Junlor Prom to the Alcazar we sped So the decorations were orange the programs pmk and red lThat avr of orfglnallty prevailed! We made tons of money shout hlp hurray' But who finally got rt the B S A Our flrght was ln progress our wmgs tried and true Although who could figure the distance we flew The year plcnlc was held In old Leakln Park The food was divine we caroused untrl dark That marked the end of our Junior Year There s strll more to follow never fear No longer lunlors a time to reflect To look at our progress ln retrospect Perhaps not outstanding I have this much to say lWrth the possible exception of Mel Jacob! Seniors lsfghl our ship s flying fast One more year and our freedom at last Lets re elect we need a new crew Nevertheless we stuck with Wendy anew lWell she s used to ft and all I A year party once more to set a new mood From the Cokes and the Pepsi a few guests were stewed With the Senior Inaugural our minds quickly sped To the next few months and graduation ahead Our year song was good and our banner attractrve Nevertheless a few wlshed to turn ln the rmgs and become mactrve But the bulk of the group stuck with the plane But we heard several grumbles and students complam Before we could realize what was about Came our Senior Farewell and we were out Out for good our plane grounded forever Many regret the ties they must sever Many regret that they have to leave Their high school days they can never retrieve But one thought will remain When on our separate ways we embark We will always belong and be grateful to our Forest Park Bonme Tarses 109 I , . The majority of June '59 found their way to school every day . . . , . I , . ll ' If by MARJORIE ABRAMOVITZ List of Honor, Student Coach, Extra Curricular F, Intramural Sports, Library Club, Vice-Pres., Treas., Open Forurn Club: Glee Club: Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties DONALD AIREY Ethical Club, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Varsity Ba5ebUll, BGSIKSIIIUIIJ J. V. Basketball, Football, Maior F, Homeroom Activities ADRIENNE ALEX Homeroom Pres., Sec., Intramural Sports, Glee Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus DOROTHY ALTSHUL Homeroom Pres., Sec., Rep., Intramural Sports, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee MARVIN M. AMERNICK Homeroom Treas., Varsity Tennis, Minor F, Varsity F, Intramural Sports, Art Metal Club, Year Committee ELINOR KATHLEEN AMOSS Homeroom Pres., Treas., Music Assembly, Junior Red Cross Club, Junior Day, Duties JANE E. ANSELL List of Honor, FORESTER, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Glee Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities SONDRA DEE BAER Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Sophomore Activities, Year Committees, Junior Day, Cafe Omcer, Homeroom Activities TAYLOR M. BANNAN List of Honor, Student Coach, Intramural Sports, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus MARTIN BARRASH List of Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Sec., FORESTER, Student Coach, Student Day, Varsity Lacrosse, J. V. Lacrosse, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Open Forum Club, JETS Club, Vice-Pres, Aeronau- tics Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Junior Prom, Homeroom Activities MICHAEL ALLAN BAYLIN Lists of Honor, Merit, Sergeant-at-Arms of June 1959, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, FORESTER, Press, Senator, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Treas., J. V. Track, In- tramural Sports, JETS Club, Men's Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Junior Prom King, Homeroom Activities. GAIL F. BELAGA List ot Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Photog- raphy Editor of FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, Homeroom Rep., School Plays, '59 Numerols, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A,, Library Club, U.N.Y., Pres, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities S. Belaga B. Berg 'UQ -wg '-ffl S. D- Berger L. aerkis 1 10- 'is Q"- 'Q' 'Jw i i JON T,-4 M. Abramovitz D. Airey A, Alex vs 3.3.9 Y- fre D. Altshul 1-sl , 'N 4g-A in M. Amernick K. Amo, J. Ansell 5, Boer T. Bannon M.Ba IIO ' QL rrdsh M. Buylin G SHERI E. BELAGA Lists ot Distinction, Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Sec., Treas., Christmas Assembly, School Play, Extra Curricular F Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., U.N.Y., Year Committee, Junior Day BARBARA SUE BERG Homeroom Vice-Pres., Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Cheerleader, F.N.A., F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, U.N.Y Discophiles, Orchestra, Senior Inaugural Chorus DINAH B. BERGER List of Honor, Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, J. V. Sports, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Aesthetes Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus LYNNE CAROL BERKIS List of Honor, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Press, Student Day, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, Art Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee' Decorations Chairman ot Junior Prom, Senior Inaugural, Chairman ot Program Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus Belaga S Q51 7? g 'fem Ke' i Q R- B9'm0"' S. Berman G. Bernhardt Q44..' Xa . , T. Bernstein J, Bighow L. Blocker " F ,-gm - ,-iz , . . E E 345 If ,Y tx Q-of D' H. Blank S. Blans R. Blatchley 'ev 73255 l 'a gg-..., Qtr' Xb' i Y X L v E. Block L Block R- Blum LYLE BLUMBERG List of Honor, Homeroom Sec., Extra Curricular F, Business Service Club, Pres., Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Chairman SANDRA SUE BLUMSON Lists of Honor, Merit, Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, English Ottice, Varsity Sport, J. V. Sport, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Year Team, In- tramural Sports, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Ofticer JUDITH ESTA BOGAN '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Spanish Club, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Library Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities NANCY L. BONFELD Lists of Honor, Merit, Intramural Sports, Library Club, Sec., Hist., Aesthetes Club, Board Member, Year Committee III 36. ,f RIKKI BERMAN List of Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, English Oflice, Homeroom Rep., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Treas., F.T.A., Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Year Committee, Junior Day, Duties SUE F. BERMAN FORESTER, Extra Curricular F, Varsity Badminton, J. V. Sports, Minor F, Maior F, Intramural Sports, Wednesday Morning Club, Art Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Cate Officer, Homeroom Activities GLORIA R. L. BERNHARDT F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Glee Club, Allegro Choir TOBA LEE BERNSTEIN Lists ot Honor, Merit, Transcription Manager of FORESTER, Student Coach, English Ofiice, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Year Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Homeroom Activities JOANNE LESLIE BISHOW '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, F.N.A., Glee Club, Year Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Homeroom Activities LOIS JEAN BLACKER Junior Day HOWARD ALLEN BLANK Lists of Honor, Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Judge, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Rep., J. V. Basketball, Intramural Sports, Year Committees, Homeroom Activities SHEILA LOIS BLANS List of Honor, Extra Curricular F, J. V. Sports, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Major F, Star, Year Team, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., Glee Club, Vice-Pres., Co-Ed Chorale, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus ROBERT BLATCHLEY Varsity Football ELLEN C. BLOCK List of Honor, Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Varsity Sports, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Junior Red Cross Club, Aesthetes Club, Co-Ed Chorale, Junior Day LORRAINE SUE BLOCK List of Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Vice-Pres., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Year Committee RONALD B. BLUM J, V. Basketball L, Blumbeyg S. Blumson 1, 1 ti nh. ,eo-Q in ii I .1 , L J, Bogon N. Bonfeld Qs," .. ,. .-af ,V if i wi' -3 -'ff X ILENE RUTH BOOKE List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Rec. Sec., Write-Ups Editor of FORESTER, English Ollice, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Sec., Student Day Assembly, Varsity Archery, Swimming, '59 Nu- merals, Minor F, Major F, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, French Club, F.T.A,, Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, Foreign Exchange Committee, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Junior Day, Cate Supervisor, Duties PATRICIA ANN BOROWSKI Student Day Assembly, Co-Ed Chorale, F.P.H.S. Choir, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus CARL M. BOWEN Sergeant-at-Arms of June 1959, Ethical Club, Varsity Football, Baseball, Swimming, J. V. Swimming, Duties PHYLLIS B. BRANDCHAFT List of Honor, Student Coach, Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., U.N.Y., Year Committees, Duties SANDRA ILENE BRENNER List of Honor, Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Art Club, Co-Ed Chorale, Year Committee ALLAN JAY BRODSKY List ot Merit, School Play, Student Day Assembly, Biology Club, Lawyers Guild, Year Committee, Cafe Otticer MARK RICHARD BRONSTEIN Boys' Opportunity Club, Press, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Rep., School Plays, Varsity Golf, J. V. Lacrosse, Football, Biology Club, Chess Club, Rifle Club, Aeronautics Club, Treas., Junior Day, Duties BARBARA BROOKS Major F, Intramural Sports, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Co-Ed Chorale, F.P.H.S. Choir, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Officer SANDRA MERLE BROOKS List of Honor, FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A,, Library Club, News View Club, Year Committees, Duties NORMA S. BROWN List of Honor, National Honor Society, Homeroom Rep., Varsity Sport, Year Team, Intramural Sports, Co-Ed Chorale, F.P.H.S. Choir, Pres., Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus JOYCE BRYANT Girls' Athletic Club, Homeroom Sec., Varsity Sport, J. V. Sports, Minor F, Year Team, Intramural Sports ERIC LAND BUCKNER List of Honor, Sergeant-at-Arms of June 1959, Boys' Opportunity Club, Ethical Club, Corr. Sec., Homeroom Vice-Pres., Rep., Varsity Football, Lacrosse, J. V. Football, Lacrosee, J. V. Letter, Aeronautics Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Duties E. Burgee L. Butler on I? bs' 5. . Y 'Y A. Caderas de Kerleau O, Caldwell 3 , 5 'Us ,Q- ff. 'V' in I. Books P. Borowski C. Bowen h Mx '25 Nu. W. P. Brandchatt 5- Bfefmef A- B'9CI5l'Y ... Q9ff' r af -if ge M. Bronstein 5- BFOOIKS Brooks 'UK v N. Brown J. Bryan, E. Buckner W ERMA BURGEE Intramural Sports LOUIS I. BUTLER J, V. Football, Track, J. V. Letter, Year Committee ANNE CADERAS DE KERLEAU List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Rifle Club, Wednesday Morning Club OLIVIA A. CALDWELL List of Honor, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Varsity Soort, Minor F, Maier F, Intramural Sports, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day ll2 v'Q in lv F. Caplan H. Caplan S. Caplan Y. Caplan Q71 -- 1 -Y rm or X, ,aco- 'x. A" Wok' UW. 331 4 S Q.: 1 M. Caplan ox T P. Carmel O X Q, S. Carr H. Carson S. Ca 8 Q.- J. Castleman C. Cauthorn -3 rton M IQ!!-sg FN MARIE CELLER List of Honor, FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Sec., School Play, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., News Views Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cale Oliicer SANDRA CHECKOWAY List of Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Rep., Student Day Assembly, Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerols, Minor F, Intra- mural Sports, Biology Club, Business Service Club, French Club, F.N,A., F.T.A,, Junior Red Cross Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Co-Ed Chorale, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties HELENE CHENKIN Assemblies, Extra Curricular F, Business Service Club, Glee Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Homeroom Activities LARRY S. CISENFELD Biology Club, Chess Club, Year Committee P- , F. Cefalu PATSY FLORINE CAPLAN Intramural Sports HINDA ELLEN CAPLAN '59 Numerals, Year Team, Intramural Sports, Glee Club, Sec., Treas., Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Homeroom Activities MARILYN CAPLAN Homeroom Sec., Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day SANDRA BETH CAPLAN Lists of Honor, Merit, Student Coach, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Sec., Rep., Student Day Assembly, Intramural Sports, A-Cappella Choir, Co-Ed Chorale, F.P.H.S. Choir, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus YALE H. CAPLAN Lists of Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, Pres., Boys' Oppors tunity Club, Vice-Pres., Treas., Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Rep., School Play, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, JETS Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Duties PHYLLIS LINDA CARMEL List of Honor, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, Home- room Rep., Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, French Club, F.N.A., F.T,A., Sgt.- at-Arms, Junior Red Crass Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior lnauqural Chorus, Duties SHARON RENE CARR Homeroom Activities HENRY C. CARSON Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres. SANDRA MARCIA CARTON Homeroom Pres., Intramural Sports, Library Club, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities JOYCE FRONA CASTLEMAN Lists of Honor, Merit, Student Coach, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Library Club, Cafe Ofticer CARROLL CAUTHORN Varsity Baseball, J. V. Baseball, Football, Major F FRANCES ANN CEFALU Homeroom Pres., Junior Day, Homeroom Activities M. Celler S. Checltoway ex 'flh H. Chenkin L. Cisenfeld 7-QS? o' Sur NANNETTE CLAPMAN FORESTER: Homeroom Pres.: Student Day Assembly: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: Chess Club: Art Club: Glee Club: Year Committee: Junior Day: Cafe Oilicer JELENA B. CLARK List of Merit: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Cheerleader: Chess Club: Lawyers Guild: Junior Red Cross Club: Christmas Decorations Committee, Chairman: Year Committee: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Cafe Otlicer TOM CLARK Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres.: Freshman Football: Mens' Glee Club: Co-Ed Chorale DIANNE CLARKE Minor F: Intramural Sports: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Homeroom Activities SALLY CLASTER List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: Girls' Athletic Club: Rec. Sec.: Student Coach: Homeroom Pres., Rep.: Varsity Swimming, Speedball: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: French Club: Art Club: Sophomore Activities: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee: Duties ARLENE COHEN List of Honor: FORESTER: Intramural Sports: Camera Club: Biology Club: F.N.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Duties DAVID COHEN Fresh-Soph Football: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: Junior Day HARRIET LEE COHEN Lists of Honor, Merit: Intramural Sports: French Club: Junior Prom Committee IRIS ANN COHEN Homeroom Rep.: Business Service Club JANET LYNNE COHEN List of Honor: Four Square Club: Press: Student Coach: English Oliice: Student Day Assembly: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: Spanish Club: F.T.A.: Open Forum Club: U.N.Y.: Sophomore Activities: Year Committee: Junior Day: Cafe Officer: Homeroom Activities JOEL COHEN Homeroom Pres.: Student Coach: Student Day Assembly: J. V. Basket- ball: Intramural Sports: JETS Club: Sophomore Activities: Year Committee: Junior Prom Committee MERLE COHEN FORESTER: Press: Student Coach: English Office: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Spanish Club: Home Economics Club: Library Club: Open Forum Club: Aesthetes Club, Sec.: U.N.Y.: Glee Club: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Cafe Otlicer: Duties R. Cohen S. Cohen 109' 1!"'7 S. Cohen M. Cooper bw if N 4' 1 fi 1 13 Q 'QP ' l? N. Clapman J, Clark 'rw 'Sul ith., T. Clark ,..,,- 4'5- D. Clarke S. Claster A. Cohen in-X I x- D. Cohen H. Cohen WWW "5- ...- I. Cohen l ' ' IW? .V GL... Y' J. Cohen J. Cohen RACHEL COHEN List of Honor: Press: Student Day Assembly: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: U.N.Y.: Co-Ed Chorale: Sophomore Activities: Junior Day Committee: Senior ln- augural Chorus STEPHEN DAVID COHEN List of Merit: Boys' Opportunity Club: FORESTER: Press: Student Coach: Homeroom Treas.: Student Day Assembly: J. V. Lacrosse: J. V. Letter: Intramural Sports: JETS Club: Junior Day Committee SUZANNE K. COHEN List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: Girls' Sports Editor of FORESTER: Coaching Director: Coaching F: Student Coach: Homeroom Vice-Pres., Treas.: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Year Team: Intramural Sports: French Club: F.T.A.: Library Club: Open Forum Club: JETS Club: U.N.Y.: Glee Club: Junior Day: Cafe Officer: Duties MARTHA COOPER List of Honor: Four Square Club: Girls' Athletic Club: FORESTER: School Play: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Varsity Swimming, Archery: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Camera Club, Pres.: Glee Club: Junior Day: Cafe Oflicer II4 'to V ? M. Cohen xi-T" no 2, 1-it .L 1, ,xx B M. Cooper R- COOPGV H. Crystal 5 . .KE - fiirfi - 1 2.1.3 Q sr ' : - - ' ' I 9' ivs -. 'F gshsi 4 Q. Q4 - - 'U w WSJ L. L15 D. Cushner J. Danaker C. Daniels F' 355 .. IW' D. Davidson J. Davidson C, Davis X 'N .ls 7.1 fm M 6- ,- R. Diamond W. Decker M, De, HOWARD DIENER Boys' Opportunity Club: Varsity Golf: Intramural Sports: Year Committee MARLENE H. DISKIN Lists of Honor, Merit: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: French Club: Spanish Club: F.N.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: Year Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Duties ELLEN GAIL DISTILLER List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: Student Coach: School Play: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Library Club: Scrib- blers Club: News View Club: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Cate Officer: Duties LYNWOOD DOUGLAS Varsity Speedball: Intramural Sports: Year Committee II5 MAXINE COOPER Art Club RONALD B. COOPER Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres.: Lawyers Guild: Aeronautics Club, Pres., Sgt.-at-Arms: Year Committee HEDY S. CRYSTAL Intramural Sports: Maior F: Business Service Club: Vice-Pres.: Home Economics Club: Year Committee DIANE E. CUSHNER '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: French Club: Spanish Club: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: Open Forum Club: Art Metal Club: Glee Club: Year Committee: Junior Day: Junior Prom Com- mittee: Cote Supervisor, Officer: Homeroom Activities JACK DANAKER Varsity Football: J. V. Football, Baseball, Basketball, Lacrosse: Fresh-Soph Football: J. V. Letter: Junior Day: Homeroom Treas. CELIA SARAH DANIELS Homeroom Vice-Pres.: Extra Curricular F: Assistant Bookkeeper ot FORESTER: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: Glee Club: Junior Day DORNA JAY DAVIDSON List of Honor: Four Square Club: FORESTER: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: Junior Prom Committee JOAN B. DAVIDSON List of Honor: Four Square Club: FORESTER: Homeroom Vice-Pres., Sec.: Christmas Assembly: '59 Numerals: Maior F: Intramural Sports: French Club: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club, Sec.: Year Com- mittee: Junior Day: Duties CAROLYN D. DAVIS Girls' Athletic Club: FORESTER: Varsity, J. V. Speedball: J. V. Basketball: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Senior Inaugural Chorus WENDY DECKER List of Honor: Prestident of June I959: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: Girls' Athletic Club: Senator: Judge: Homeroom Vice-Pres.: Student Day Assembly: Varsity Speedball, Tennis: Year Team: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Foreign Exchange Committee M. MAE DER List of Honor: Homeroom Sec.: Varsity, J. V. Badminton: Intramural Sports: Year Committee: Junior Day, Chairman of Flower Com- mittee: Juniar Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus RACHEL ESTHER DIAMOND List ot Honor: Four Square Club: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Biology Club, Treas.: F.T.A.: Aesthetes Club: Scribblers Club: Art Metal Club: Year Committee: Junior Day, Chairman, Typing and Mimeographing: Duties H. Diener M, Diskin 7 !"T i 5 41's is , xt. E. Distiller L. Douglas io QV' DAVID DROBIS List of Honor, Treasurer of June 1959, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, Publicity Editor of FORESTER, Press, Homeroom Treas., School Play, Drama Assembly, Student Day Assembly, Intra- mural Sports, Aesthetes Club, Junior Day, Chairman of Program Committee, Junior Prom Committees, Junior Day, Cafe Officer, Homeroom Activities BARRY DUBINSKY Intramural Sports, Junior Day WILLIAM LEE DUNSON J. V. Track Team, J. V. Letter CONSTANCE EAST Intramural Sports, Library Club, Rifle Club IRVIN SEAN EBERLIN Chess Club, Vice-Pres., School Play, Men's Glee Club, Junior Day Committee LINDA EHRENPRIES F.T.A. ROSALIND EHRLICH Homeroom Rep., F.N.A., Treas., Year Committee, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities MADELINE EISENBERG Intramural Sports, Junior Prom Committee ARLA ILENE ELLISON List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, Advertising Manager of Press, Student Day Assembly, Varsity Archery, J. V. Badminton, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Intramural Sports, Maiorette, French Club, Hist., F.T.A., Hist., Open Forum Club, Wednesday Morning Club, Hist., Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities ELLEN DIANE ENGEL List of Honor, Recording Secretary of June 1959, National Honor Society, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Rep., School Play, Drama Assembly, Student Day Assembly, Aesthetes Club, Wednesday Morning Club, Sec., Glee Club, Foreign Exchange Committee, Junior Day, Co-Director, Junior Prom Committee, Cafe Olticer SHEILA R. ENGEL List of Merit, Homeroom Sec., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Camera Club, Sgt.-at-Arms, Junior Red Cross Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Duties SANDRA ENGELMAN Lists of Honor, Merit, Four Square Club, FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.N.A., F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Carr. Sec., U.N.Y., Junior Day, Cafe Officer, Duties D. Engle P. Epstein if Er 'he S. Epstein R. Erkes 'sri TL N N 'QA 5 If' NJ ?' I nv- CW' - w p 'R' vi V5 ' P f tt ' 1 CQ.-N D. Drobis B. Dubinsky W. Dunson ping YZ7 :WT C. East I. Eberlin L. Ehrenpries 1- fl! 'QP R. Ehrlich M. Eisenberg A. Ellison 'C' ' ig E. Engel S. Engel S. Engelman DEANNA ANNE ENGLE FORESTER, Varsity Speedball, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, F,T.A., Open Forum Club, Junior Day, Cafe Ofticer, Duties PHILIP E. EPSTEIN Lists of Honor, 'Merit, Treasurer of June 1959, National Honor Society, Pres., Boys' Opportunity Club, Pres., Chief Justice of Court, Homeroom Rep., School Play, Drama Assembly, J. V. Track, Intra- mural Sports, Biology Club, Men's Glee Club, Junior Day, Junior Prom Committee SONIA EPSTEIN List of Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Sec., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus ROBERT ERKES Chess Club II6 4-s.,Q 'Tvs 1:3 P. Erlich M. Esterson E, Eye, sf- f' .fe fi S 'cr , 'U E. Evenchick M. Feher E. Feinstein Nm- :axis 4... use 'l-.- 0 .. Q' 1" H. Feldman J. Feldman B. Fink im gl.-g M. Finkelstein L. Fitschen A, Fleischer LINDA FLOM Lists of Distinction, Merit, National Honor Society, Treas., Features Editor of FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Rep., '59 Numerols, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Corr. Sec., Open Forum Club, Junior Day, Treeplanting Committee, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities. ROCHELLE ANNE FOLAND Varsity Speedball, '59 Numerals, Year Team, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Rifle Club, Aeronautics Club, Sec., Glee Club, Junior Day SHEILA R. FOX List of Honor, FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Aesthetes Club, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Cafe Officer BRUCE J. FRANK Homeroom Sec. II7 PHYLLIS J. ERLICH Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Treas., Christmas Assembly, Varsity Badminton, Table Tennis, Minor F., Maior F., Intramural Sports, French Club, Junior Red Cross Club, Library Club, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day MARILYN A. ESTERSON FORESTER, Assemblies, Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Carr. Sec., F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Scribblers Club, Wednesday Morning Club, Glee Club, Junior Day, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties, Homeroom Activities ELEANOR ELIZABETH ESTES Homeroom Sec., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Co-Ed Chorale, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus ELINOR RUTH EVENCHICK Lists of Honor, Merit, Student Coach, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Treas., French Club, F.T.A., Lawyers Guild, Open Forum Club, JETS Club, Band MICHAEL FEHER Soph-Hop King, Homeroom Activities ESTELLE FEI NSTEIN Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, Varsity Speedball, J. V. Basket- ball, Speedball, Minor F, Maior F, Star, Year Teams, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Hist., Library Club, Year Committee HARRIS FELDMAN Homeroom Pres., Intramural Sports, Year Committee JOAN FELDMAN Press, Extra Curricular F, Glee Club, Senior Inaugural Chorus BEVERLY JAYNE FINK English Office, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Library Club, Spanish Club, U.N.Y., Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Homeroom Activities, Duties MARVIN FINKELSTEIN List of Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Student Coach, Homeroom Treas., Intramural Sports, German Club, JETS Club, Year Committee, Homeroom Activities LOIS FITSCHEN J. V. Speedball, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Lawyers Guild, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Officer ARLENE JOAN FLEISCHER Lists of Honor, Merit, J. V, Basketball, Year Team, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Intramural Sports, German Club, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus I-- Flom R. Foland fv- 5- FOX B. Frank 7 K' L- I HARRIET SUE FRANK Lists of Honor, Merit, Four Square Club, FORESTER7 lftIfGmUfUl Sports, Club Council, Pres., French Club, Pres., Rec. Sec.,, F.T.A., Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Chairman of Charity Com- mittee, Duties, Homeroom Activities STEPHEN FRANK National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, Pres., Treas., FORESTER, Press, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Extra Curricular F, J. V. Track, Basketball, Intramural Sports, Aeronautics Club, Pres., Chair- man of Junior Prom, Duties MICHAEL FREEDMAN Intramural Sports, Lawyers Guild, Aeronautics Club, Vice-Pres., Sgt.-at-Arms, Men's Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Home- room Activities STUART FRIEDEL List at Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Vice-Pres., Ethical Club, Senator, Stage Crew, Pres., Proiection Crew, Pres., Sophomore Activities, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day SHEILA RUTH FRIEDLANDER Homeroom Sec., Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Ofticer AILEEN FRIEDMAN Lists of Distinction, Honor, Corresponding Secretary of June 1959, National Honor Society, Layouts Editor of FORESTER, Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Pres., Student Day Assembly, Extra Cur- ricular F, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Treas., Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Vice-Pres., Treas., News View Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Supervisor, Officer, Duties BARBARA ELLEN FRIEDMAN List of Merit, FORESTER, Homeroom Sec., J. V. Table Tennis, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Junior Day, Cafe Olticer, Duties, Homeroom Activities LOUIS FRANK FRIEDMAN Lists of Honor, Merit, Student Coach, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Chess Club, Lawyers Guild, Pres., JETS Club SUSAN PHYLLIS FRIEDMAN Lists of Distinction, Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Rep., Student Day Assembly, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intra- mural Sports, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, JETS Club, U.N.Y., Year Committees BARBARA LEE FRINER Lists of Honor, Merit, Distribution Manager of FORESTER, Homeroom Sec., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, French Club, Open Forum Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities EDITH CAROLYN FULMORE Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Sgt.-at-Arms, Aesthetes Club, Art Metal Club, Year Committee, Junior Day LINDA MERLE FULTON List of Honor, Student Coach, Intramural Sports, A-Cappella Choir, Sec., Year Committee, Homeroom Activities E. Galler M. Gamerman fx. J, Gqrbis R. Garfeld 5 Q ,N J Q, vp Y? r 5 A -b --..-f E 1 ,ff i img f H. Frank S. Frank M. Freedman fo- :Q-r' S. Friedel S. Friedlander Q F. v f rw 'Wi 3 .Y- B. Friedman L. Friedman rs OD! A. Friedman tg X IDS lx Q X Q?" Y i S. Friedman f- 'K' B. Friner E. Fulrnore ELAINE DORIS GALLER Extra Curricular F, Business Service Club MARILYN GAMERMAN List of Honor, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Glee Club, Junior Prom Committee JOYCE ANN GARBIS '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Home Economics Club, Hist., Library Club, News View Club, Year Committee ROSLYN SEMA GARFELD Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, Student Coach, U.N.Y., Allegro Choir, Co-Ed Chorale, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus Il8 119 in L, L. Fulton is 'U' s-- -cr S Gendason C, Gersh S. Gertz ev we w-- A Ginsburg R. Ginsburg S. Glaser 36' R Glazer E. Glickman fi ls D' ur" s, if L Gold B. Goldberg S, Ggldblogm ADRIANNE GOLDMAN Homeroom Pres., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Glee Club, Sohpomore Activities, Junior Day Committee FRANCES ANN GOLDMAN Lists of Distinction, Honor, National Honor Society, Editor-in-Chief of FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Student Day Assembly, Extra Curricular F, J. V. Bad- minton, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, Vice-Pres., Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, Vice'Pres., Wednesday Morning Club, Junior Day, Chairman JOANNE K. GOLDMAN List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Business Manager of FORESTER, Student Day Assembly, Varsity Archery, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Maiorette, French Club, Treble Clef Choir, Junior Day Committee, Duties MARGO GOLDMAN Extra Curricular F, Intramural Sports, French Club, Girls' Rifle Club, Art Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee ss. 5 B. Goden 1: N N SHARON LYNN GENDASON '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus CAROLE JOAN GERSH Homeroom Activities S. HERMINE GERTZ List of Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Christmas Assembly, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., News View Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties ARLENE SUE GINSBERG Homeroom Pres., Sec., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Art Club, Sgt.-at-Arms, Glee Club, Junior Prom Committee ROBERT GINSBURG Lists of Honor, Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Sports Editor of Press, Student Coach, Varsity Golf, J. V. Cross Country, Basketball, Base, ball, Biology Club, Chess Club, Rifle Club, Aeronautics Club, Sgt.-at- Arms, Junior Day, Duties SANDRA LEE GLASER Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, Homeroom Rep., Varsity Speed- ball, Year Teams, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, F.T.A., Glee Club, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural, Chairman of Flower Committee ROSLYNN GLAZER Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, F.N.A., Home Econ- omics Club, Junior Red Cross Club, Library Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Cafe Olficer, Duties EILEEN VALERIE GLICKMAN List of Honor, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Spring Assembly, J. V. Table Tennis, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Year Team, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Discophiles, Art Metal Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Senior Inaugural, Chairman of Seating and Marching, Junior Day, Cafe Ollicer BARBARA R. GODEN List of Honor, Homeroom Pres., Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., U.N.Y., Year Committees, Cafe OlTicer, Homeroom Activities LINDA L. GOLD Four Square Club, FORESTER, J. V. Badminton, Volleyball, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Major F, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Art Club, Glee Club, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Officer, Duties BARBARA JOAN GOLDBERG Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Glee Club, Duties STEPHEN GOLDBLOOM List of Merit, Student Coach, Band A. Goldman F. Goldman 71 aatcvs 19' x- fe' W 1. 'T J. Goldman M, Goldman 1 .iff . fr "Yi 5 if -i' -Q nv! l IU- 'S y Q'-"' xxx? LESLIE SHELDON GOLDSTEIN Intramural Sports CAROLE JEAN GOLDSTONE Lists of Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Proofreader of Press, Student Coach: I'IOm9l'00m SEC-i '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Wednesday Morn- ing Club, Vice-Pres., News View Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus KAREN R. GORDON Student Vice-President, I.ist of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Pres., Corr. Sec., FORESTER, Press, Judge, Student Coach, Homeroom Rep., School Play Committee, Varsity Swimming, J. V. Volleyball, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Year Team, Intramural Sports, Cheerleader, French Club, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Scribblers Club, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Chairman of Junior Prom STANLEY BRUCE GORDON List of Honor, National Honor Society, Vice-Pres., Sec., Boys' Op- portunity Club, Homeroom Rep., Varsity Golf, Minor F, Band, Or- chestra, Junior Day CAROLE R. GOREN FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Varsity Archery, J. V. Volleyball, '59 Numerals, Year Teams, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, F.T.A., Art Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties ALBERT R, GORSUCH Homeroom Activities KAREN BETH GOVERMAN List of Honor, Student Coach, Homeroom Treas., Student Day As- sembly, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Home Economics Club, Open Forum Club, JETS Club, Treas., Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Homeroom Activities SCARLETT GREEN List of Honor, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Home Economics Club, Lawyers Guild JUDITH ELLEN GREENBERG List of Honor, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Discophiles, Spanish Club, Aesthetes Club, Art Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties NORMA FRANCES GREENBERG Homeroom Activities SANDRA LYNN GREENBERG French Club, Spanish Club, Junior Red Cross Club, Art Club, Year 1 I Kiki' -I " I In ..., J4- .,,,,, , A. A- L. Goldstein C. Goldstone K Gordon xv, fi Y idk. 95 . san, ' i S. Gordon C. Goren ...faq o-q,f nv tl A. Gorsuch , 1 Y fi S Kung 7- 'Wx x K. Govermgn S. Green J. Greenberg Committee, Junior Prom Committee ILENE CAROL GREENHOOD Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Pres., Sec., Student Day Assembly, Extra Cur- ricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Vice-Pres., Sophomore Activities, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cate Otticer, 'ERA Duties M. Griebler H. Grollman rs 3- N. Greenberg S. Greenberg I. Greenhood MARCIA GRIEBLER Homeroom Sec., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Open Forum Club, S. Gronich L. Grossman Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus HARRIET ESTHER GROLLMAN '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Art Metal Club, Lawyers Guild, News View Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Homeroom Activities SUSAN L. GRONICH Lists of Distinction, Honor, National Honor Society, Commercial Layouts Manager of FORESTER, Intramural Sports, French Club, Junior Red Cross Club, Hist., Scribblers Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Chairman of Banner Committee, Senior Inaugural, Chairman of Program Committee LINDA PHYLLIS GROSSMAN FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, German Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus I2O Q Q , 'Wh ,are I ., iT"" T51- 5- GVOSSITWII L. Gruber E. Haines gs if EF' 'N S i M. Hankin L. Horan M. Harmatz 5' . Q4 I J egg. IXAI4, ' ' M. Harmon H. Harris J, Harris N A. U We X J. Harris J. Harris H. Harrison JOAN ELEANOR HEATH Assemblies, Intramural Sports, Discophiles, Glee Club, A-Cappella Choir, F.R.H.S. Choir, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus ABBY ILENE HENDIN Lists of Distinction, Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, School Play, Extra Cur- ricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, Pres., U.N.Y., Art Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Junior Committee, Junior Prom Committee DORIS A. HEYMAN Homeroom Sec., Press Rep., F.N.A., Junior Day Committee IRWIN A. HEYMAN National Honor Society, Treas., Boys' Opportunity Club, Homeroom Pres., Sec., J. V. Basketball, Baseball, Intramural Sports, Aeronautics Club, Junior Day Committee, Chairman of Senior Inaugural Dance Committee I2I S.. 5, STEVEN ELIA GROSSMAN List of Honor, J. V. Swimming, Discophiles, Chess Club, Band, Junior Day Committee LESLIE GRUBER Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, F. T. A., Junior Prom Committee EILEEN MAE HAINES List of Honor, Bookkeeping Editor of FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Rep., Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus MARLENE PHYLLIS HANKIN Homeroom Rep., Assemblies, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Glee Club, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Ollicer LINDA EILEEN HARAN List of Honor, School Play, Extra-Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Camera Club, Biology Club, Vice-Pres., Rec. Sec., Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day MARVIN HARMATZ Ethical Club, Pres., Homeroom Treas., Varsity Lacrosse, Football, J. V. Basketball, Lacrosee, Varsity Letter MORRIS M. HARMON Homeroom Treas. HARRIET LEE HARRIS Homeroom Rep., Intramural Sports, Junior Red Cross Club, Cafe Officer JANICE ROSLYN HARRIS List of Honor, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Rep., Press Rep., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intra- mural Sports, Spanish Club, Rec. Sec., F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, Year Committees, Junior Prom Committees, Junior Day, Duties JAY IZARRIS '.ist of Merit, Press Rep., J. V. Swimming, Fresh-Soph Football, '59 Numerals, Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee JOANN HARRIS Homeroom Vice-Pres., Art Club, Year Committees, Homeroom Activities HILLARD MAYER HARRISON List of Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Student Coach, Assemblies, J. V. Track, Intramural Sports, Chess Club, Sgt.-at-Arms, JETS Club, Aeronautics Club, Men's Glee Club, Junior Day Committee, Duties J. Heath A. Hendin 7 'P- D. Heyman I. Heyman HG I in., 1? sl ELLEN D. HIMELFARB List of Honor, Four Square Club, FORESTER: l'l0me'00m PYOS-, VlCe- Pres., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports: FrenCl1 Club: F-T-A.: Junior Red Cross Club, Year Committee, Duties HOWARD HIRSCH Intramural Sports PHYLLIS L. HOFFENBERG List of Honor, Homeroom Treas., French Club, Junior Prom Committee CYNTHIA M. HOFFMAN List of Honor, Girls' Athletic Club, Vice-Pres., FORESTER, Homeroom Vice-Pres., J. V. Table Tennis, Badminton, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Major F, Stor, Year Team, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, F.N.A., U.N.Y,, Year Committees, Junior Day, Chairman of Badge Committee Homeroom Activities EILEEN HOFFMAN FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Sec., Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Junios Day JUDITH HOFFMAN List of Honor, Merit, Four Square Club, Circulation Manager at FORESTER, Press, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Lawyers Guild, Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, News Views Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee LOIS HOFFMAN List of Honor, Assemblies, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Camera Club, Biology Club, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Corr. Sec., Year Committee, Junior Day WILLIAM HOFFMAN, JR. Varsity Cross Country, Track, J. V. Track, J. V., Varsity Letters, Biol- ogy Club, Aeronautics Club, Junior Day NANCY ALICE HOLLANDER List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FOR- ESTER, J. V. Volleyball, '59 Numerals, Year Team, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, F.T.A., Library Club, Scribblers Club, U.N.Y., Art Club, Art Metal Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Officer BARBARA LEE HORNSTEIN Lists of Distinction, Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Sopho- more Activities, Student Day Assembly, Aesthetes Club, Scribblers Club, Wednesday Morning Club, Glee Club, Pres., Co-Ed Chorale, Allegro Choir, Junior Day, Chairman of Music, Chorus Director, Senior Inaugural Dance, Chairman of Invitation Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus E- Himelfdfl-'J H. Hirsh P HoHenberg C- Hollmdn E. Hottman J Hoffman L. Hottman W. Hottman N Hollander MIRIAM A. HORWITZ Intramural Sports, Girls' Rifle Club, Junior Day Committees, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day DONALD JAMES HUSEY Varsity Cross Country, J. V. Track, Cross Country, Fresh-Soph Foot- ball, Maior F M. Hyatt J. Hyman eng B. Hornstein M. Horwitz D Husey MYRA HYATT Assemblies, Business Service Club, Glee Club M. Jacob N. Jacobson . 'QC 7 QR 1 r JOAN CAROLE HYMAN Homeroom Sec., Student Day Assembly, Intramural Sports, Camera Club, French Club, Spanish Club, Lawyers Guild, U.N.Y., Orchestra, Foreign Exchange Committee, Year Committee, Junior Prom Com- mittee, Duties MELVIN ARTHUR JACOB List of Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Pres., Treas., Ethical Club, Sec., FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, Homeroom Oftices, Extra Curricular F, Varsity Swimming, Lacrosse, J. V. Swimming, Lacrosse, Varsity Letter, Intramural Sports, Proiection Crew, Sec., Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day NADINE BARBARA JACOBSON Press, Homeroom Sec., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, Art Club, Year Committees, Junior Prom Com- mittee l22 1 'Os V99 - 'sv Q, Ea., 'ow '54 R. JatTe B. Jenkins P. Jennings i 49? - 6 C Johnson P. Johnson E. Kahn Fix l X K . . N1 J N-' V.- J. Kalin H. Kaplan I. Katz K9 nv- fv- R- M. Katz R. Kirshner J. Klein SANDRA JOY KNEPPER Business Service Club, Junior Day Committee JEWEL LOIS KOLMAN Student Coach, Assemblies, Intramural Sports, Co-Ed Chorale, F.P.H.S. Choir, Treas., Allegro Choir, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus MARSHA KOMAN Homeroom Sec., U.N.Y., Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee PHYLLIS KOMINS List of Merit, FORESTER, Homeroom Treas., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Year Committees, Junior Prom Committees, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus RALPH JAFFE List of Honor, Assemblies, '59 Numerals, Band, Junior Day BARBARA ANNE JENKINS Homeroom Vice-Pres., Business Service Club, Year Committee PHYLLIS ELIZABETH JENNINGS Intramural Sports, Biology Club, U.N.Y., Discophiles, Glee Club, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus CHARLES JOHNSON Lists of Honor, Merit, Boys' Opportunity Club, Ethical Club, Treas., Student Coach, Assemblies, Varsity Cross-Country, J. V. Cross- Country, Track, Varsity Letters, JETS Club, Year Committee PEGGY JOHNSON Press, Student Coach, J. V. Basketball, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Year Teams, Intramural Sports, Rifle Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus ELLEN GILDA KAHN Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Open Forum Club, Junior Day JUDITH B. KALIN Press, Homeroom Rep., Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties HOWARD S. KAPLAN Lists of Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, Sec., Boys' Oppor- tunity Club, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Fresh- Soph Football, Intramural Sports, JETS Club INEZ D. KATZ Year Committee MITCHELL LOUIS KATZ Sergeant of Arms of June I959, Press Rep., School Play, Intra- mural Sports, Open Forum Club, Stage Crew, Capt., U.N.Y., Art Club, Junior Day, Duties ROBERT KIRSHNER Assemblies, '59 Numerals, Band JUDITH KLEIN List of Honor, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Year Committees, Junior Day Committee, Duties S. Knepper J. Kalman 'VW M. Koman P. Komins gf' JANET FAY KOPLIN FORESTER: Student Coach: Red Cross Rep.: Intramural Sporiii F-T-A.: Glee Club: Sophomore Activities: Year Committee: Junior Day: Duties SARALEE KORPISZ Homeroom Vice-Pres.: J. V. Basketball: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: Glee Club: Year Committee: Junior Day: Senior In- augural Chorus: Duties SANDRA ANNE KOTZEN Press: Minor F: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Aesthetes Club, Pres.: U.N.Y.: Glee Club, Treas.: Year Committee: Junior Day: Senior In- augural Chorus: Cafe Oflicer: Duties SANDRA KRAUSE FORESTER: Assemblies: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Aesthetes Club: U.N.Y.: Glee Club: Co-Ed Chorale: Junior Day Committee: Junior Dc.y: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Cafe Officer LYDIA KROUT List of Honor: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Junior Prom Com- mittee MARILYN FERN KULLEN '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Spanish Club: Open Forum Club: Year Committee: Senior Inaugural Dance, Chairman of Rrefreshments Committee: Junior Day: Cafe Supervisor JANICE MARLENE KURLAND List of Merit: Intramural Sports: French Club: Year Committee JULIE ELLEN KURPECK Intramural Sports: Junior Red Cross Club: U.N.Y.: Junior Day Com- mittee: Homeroom Activities MEL KUSHNER Lists of Honor, Merit: Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres.: J. V. Lacrosse, Ice Hockey: J. V. Letter: Intramural Sports: Year Committee DONNA MAE LA BORWIT List of Honor: FORESTER: Drama Matinee: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Spanish Club: F.T.A.: Open Forum Club: U.N.Y.: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Cafe Officer: Duties CAROLYN LADON Intramural Sports: U.N.Y. KATHLEEN BRENDA LAMBIRTH '59 Numerals: Minor F: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Junior Day Committee: Senior Inaugural Chorus J. Landskroner K. Lapides j me X6- M. Lopides B. Lasker 316 - its- ti I -ef 1-5 Jrwx QI J- Koplin S. Korpisz fix I 5' . 1'-f'-v ii S. Kotzen A it QQ vs, W' sv gui" S- Krause L. Krout M. Kullen Y!f"T' 5. i- 'Jun J. Kurland J. Kurpeck M. Kushner ps 51 2' 'l"""' 'ie v-0" D. La Borwit C. Ladon K. Lambirth JANET LANDSKRONER Business Service Club: Junior Day: Cafe Ofticer: Duties: Homeroom Activities KITTY HELEN LAPIDES List of Honor: Homeroom Treas.: Biology Club: Business Service Club: F.N.A.: Art Metal Club: Glee Club: Junior Day: Senior Ins augural Chorus: Homeroom Activities MICHAEL R. LAPIDES List of Merit: Boys' Opportunity Club: Ethical Club: Homeroom Pres., Rep.: Varsity Lacrosse: J. V. Basketball: J. V. Letter BARTON LASKER Intramural Sports: Proiection Crew: Year Committee Q 124 'K '93 fi 4? -S I i K. Lasson G. Lattin E. Lavy R ne I Q 1 Ss .5 Xt, LL r 6 E. Leban T" M. Leikach S. Leikach M. Lessans A. Levenson 6- ifiiiiiff m 1? iiiifi K ,Q .. IM. - Lew, --. . va..-:Nw I' 'rfiifx , , ' ' 5? I W.-J ' ff. i"i . .2 K 3 QT Y' ,af .154 ELLEN LEVIN List of Honor, Merit: Intramural Sports: F.N.A.: U.N.Y.: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Duties GERALDINE R. LEVIN List of Honor: FORESTER: Press: Student Coach: English Ollice: Home- room Sec.: Drama Matinee: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Maior F: Intra- mural Sports: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: Year Committee MICHAEL LEVIN Sergeant-at-Arms of June 1959: Homeroom Pres.: Varsity Basketball, Lacrosse: J. V. Basketball: Lacrosse: Major F: Intramural Sports SARAH COOPER LEVIN List of Honor: National Honor Society: Girls' Athletic Club: FOR- ESTER: Homeroom Rep., Treas.: Varsity Speedball, Archery: Maior F: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Camera Club, Vice-Pres.: Glee Club: Junior Day: Homeroom Activities M, Leboe M. Lee L. Lemler ,.. E. Levin I 25 KENNETH LEE LASSON List of Merit: Student Coach: Intramural Sports: Homeroom Activities GARY LATTIN List of Honor: National Honor Society: Boys' Opportunity Club: Press: Coaching F: Homeroom Pres.: Extra Curricular F: J. V. Track: J. V. Numerals: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: Chess Club: Men's Glee Club: Band: Sophomore Activities: Junior Day Committee ELAINE LAVY List of Merit: Intramural Sports: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club, Sec.: Aesthetes Club: Year Committee: Cafe Olticer: Duties ELLIOT MICHAEL LEBAN Extra Curricular F: J. V. Swimming, Baseball: Intramural Sports: Camera Club: Chess Club: Men's Glee Club: Band: Homeroom Activities MARSHA LEBOE Press: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: F.T.A.: Lawyers Guild: Home Economics Club: Library Club: U.N.Y.: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Cale Officer: Home- room Activities MELVA EVON LEE Homeroom Pres., Rep.: Intramural Sports: F.P.H.S. Choir MARSHA LEIKACH List of Merit: Student Coach: Homeroom Pres.: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Aeronautics Club, Vice-Pres.: Sophomore Activ- ities: Year Committee: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Home- room Activities SHIRLEY LEIKACH Homeroom Pres., Rep.: Glee Club: Junior Day Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Homeroom Activities LINDA SUE LEMLER '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: F.N.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: U.N.Y.: Art Metal Club: Year Committees: Junior Day Committee: Homeroom Activities: Duties MARSHA SUSAN LESSANS FORESTER: Assemblies: Extra Curricular F: Art Club: Glee Club: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee: Junior Prom Committee ELIN LEVENSON FORESTER: Student Day Assembly: Intramural Sports: Aesthetes Club: Co-Ed Chorale: F.P.H.S. Choir: Year Committee: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus ELLEN LEVIN List of Merit: Four Square Club: FORESTER: Student Day Assembly: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Home Economics Club: Junior Red Cross Club: U.N.Y.: Junior Day: Cafe Olticer: Duties: Homeroom Activities ' E. Levin G. Levin an A C' M. Levin S. Levin "- AFN Q Shu G71 Hr SAMUEL LEVIN List of Merit: National Honor Society: Boys' Opportunity Club: FORESTER: Press: Student Coach: Homeroom Rep.: Track Manager: Biology Club: JETS Club: Men's Glee Club: Year Committee: Junior Day: Duties: Homeroom Activities STEPHEN PAUL LEVIN Lists of Honor, Merit: Boys' Opportunity Club: Extra Curricular F: J. V. Basketball: J. V. Numerals: Intramural Sports: Chess Club: JETS Club: Junior Prom Committee: Junior Day: Homeroom Activities: Duties SUSAN C. LEVIN Homeroom Treas. BEVERLY LEVINE Homeroom Treas.: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Major F: Intramural Sports: French Club: Glee Club: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Cafe Ollicer: Homeroom Activities DAVID LEVINE J. V. Swimming: Biology Club: Projection Crew DORAN JAY LEVY J. V. Swimming: Biology Club MARSHA J. LEVY List of Honor: FORESTER: Student Coach: Intramural Sports: French Club: Senior Inaugural Dance, Chairman of Theme Committee: Junior Day PHYLLIS HELEN LEVY Homeroom Vice-Pres., Rep.: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Junior Prom Committee: Cafe Officer: Duties JANET BERYL LIBSHUTZ List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: Sub- scriptions Editor of FORESTER: English Ottice: Homeroom Pres.: Christmas Assembly: Student Day Assembly: Extra Curricular F: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Open Forum Club, Sec.: Aesthetes Club: News Views Club: Glee Club: Junior Day: Homeroom Activities: Duties JEANNETTE LIGHT-ORR FORESTER: Intramural Sports: Library Club: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee STEPHANIE BETH LIPPMAN List of Honor: FORESTER: Student Coach: Drama Matinee: Intra- mural Sports: Open Forum Club: Aesthetes Club: Scribblers Club: Year Committee SUSAN LEE LIPSITZ ng 1 A. 59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: F.T.A.: Glee Club: Junior Prom Committee: Junior Day: Homeroom Activities L. Liss D. Litman 145 N his QF? 1 A, Ni R, Litwin L. Losover S.. ' x 'Y fx 4U' 9 'Ve + fy, . . 195 . V,-s S. Levin . Y-"' ' . Pv- . kiaiitcgwl V -.LM f j A K Z B. Levine D. Levine D. Levy 4'- M Levy P. Levy rv ' 'E' 4V J. Light-Orr S. Lippman LINDA N. LISS List of Honor: National Honor Society: Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres.: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Scribblers Club: Wednesday Morn- ing Club: Art Club, Corr. Sec.: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural As- sembly Chairman: Homeroom Activities DANA LEE LITMAN List of Honor: Four Square Club: FORESTER: Homeroom Pres., Vice- Pres.: Christmas Assembly: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: French Club, Treas.: F.T.A., Corr. Sec.: Open Forum Club: Wednesday Morning Club: Sophomore Activities: Junior Prom Committee: Junior Day: Cafe Officer ROBERT LITWIN List of Honor: National Honor Society: Boys' Opportunity Club: Judge: Varsity Basketball: J. V. Volleyball, Cross Country: '59 Numerals: Maior F: Intramural Sports: Lawyers Guild: JETS Club: Aeronautics Club, Pres. LESLIE LOSOVER Ethical Club, Cal., Sgt.-at-Arms: Homeroom Pres., Rep.: Varsity Foot- ball, Lacrosse: Varsity Letter: Junior Day 126 fi are , 'YN J. Libshutz y' S. Lipsitz V. Lottier 'JR l ae .K Cf fc' xi' ' ED- ? f" 'R' H. Louis M. Lowenstein I" as-vs w.,f J. Luchinsky S. Machiz B. Macht NN fx' N-J' I if H. Magaziner C. Magin A, Mqlmqn .KA 't' 63, M- Mandel M. Marchonti M, Mmgolie, GAIL R. MARGOLIS List of Honor: Four Square Club: FORESTER: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Spanish Club: F.T.A.: Library Club: Open Forum Club: U.N.Y.: Year Committee: Junior Prom, Entertainment Chair- man: Junior Day: Duties ROCHELLE MARGULIS Lists of Honor, Merit: FORESTER: School Play: '59 Numerals: Year TEUYTII Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Open Forum Club: Art Club: Scribblers Club: Year Committee: Junior Day BETTY VIDA MAZER List of Honor: Spanish Club: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: Library Club: U.N.Y.: Junior Prom Committee: Duties GAIL ELAINE MAZEROFF I-ISI of Honor: FORESTER: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: Business Service Club: F.T.A.: U.N.Y.: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee VIRGINIA ARNETTA LOTTIER '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Junior Day HENRY I. LOUIS Boys' Opportunity Club: Homeroom Vice-Pres., Sec.: J. V. Lacrosse: Intramural Sports: Aeronautics Club: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee: Junior Day MICHAEL S. LOWENSTEIN Lists at Honor, Merit: National Honor Society: Boys' Opportunity Club: Homeroom Vice-Pres.: J. V. Swimming: Minor F: Chess Club: JETS Club: Sophomore Activities: Junior Day Committee JUDITH LUCHINSKY List of Honor: Homeroom Rep.: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: P,T.A.: U.N.Y.: Sophomore Activities: Year Committee: Junior Day: Duties: Homeroom Activities SHARON MACHIZ Lists of Honor, Merit: FORESTER: Orientation Assembly: Extra Cur- ricular F: French Club: Spanish Club: lntramural Sports: Glee Club: School Choir, Vice-Pres.: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus BEVERLY ANN MACHT List of Honor: FORESTER: Press: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Library Club: U.N.Y.: Year Committee: Junior Prom Committee: Duties: Homeroom Activities HELENA MAGAZINER '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: Library Club: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus CHARLOTTE ADELE MAGIN List of Honor: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: Open Forum Club: Year Committee ANN EDITH MALMAN Lists of Distinction, Honor: Recording Secretary of June 1959: Na- tional Honar Society: Girls' Athletic Club: Editor in Chief of Press: Head Copy Reader of Press: Judge: Student Coach: Homeroom Rep.: Varsity Tennis, Basketball: J. V. Badminton: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Year Teams: F.T.A., Hist.: Open Forum: Junior Day MYRA L. MANDEL FORESTER: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: Spanish Club: Art Club: Art Metal Club: Sophomore Activities: Year Committee: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Cafe Otiicer MYRA CAROL MARCHANTI Press: Press Rep.: Varsity, J. V. Speedball: '59 Numerals: Year Teams: Intramural Sports: Rifle Club: Junior Day Committee: Homeroom Activities MARJORIE SUE MARGOLIES List of Honor: National Honor Society, Second Vice-Pres.: Four Square Club: Girls' Athletic Club: FORESTER: Judge: Coaching F: Student Coach: English Office: Homeroom Pres., Rep.: Student Day Assembly: Extra Curricular F: Head Cheerleader: Varsity Speed- ball, Tennis, Swimming: J. V. Table Tennis: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Maior F: Star: Year Team: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Scribblers Club: U.N.Y., Carr. Sec.: Junior Day: Cafe Oliicer: Duties: Homeroom Activities G- Mafgolis S. Margulis 7 'Wx X- xxx tu 'ii 5- M0167 G. Mazerofl M R , Y' 'F' ARTHUR S. MEHLMAN Lists of Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, Homeroom Pres., Rep., J. V. Basketball, J. V. Letter, Intramural Sports, Lawyers Guild, Homeroom Activities RENA SUE MELNICK Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Junior Day ARNOLD I. MILLER Boys' Opportunity Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Sec., Rep., School Play, Student Day Assembly, J. V. Football, La- crosse, J. V. Letter, JETS Club, Art Metal Club, A-Cappella Choir, Foreign Exchange Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Supervisor BATYA MILLER Lists of Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Club Editor of FORESTER, Head Copy Reader of Press, Student Coach, Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., U.N.Y., Wednesday Morning Club, News View Club, Pres., Sec., Glee Club, Homeroom Activities JOYCE MILLER Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, Business Service Club, Year Com- mittee, Junior Day, Cafe Otticer LOUIS W. MILLER Homeroom Vice-Pres., Treas., J. V. Lacross, Fresh-Soph Football, J. V. Letter, Intramural Sports, JETS Club, Pres. PATRICIA GAIL MILLER FORESTER, Christmas Assembly, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Junior Red Cross Club, Art Club, Glee Club, Senior Inaugural Dance, Chair- man of Publicity Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Otlicer. PHYLLIS MILLER Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, Student Coach, Christmas Assembly, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Library Club, Foreign Exchange Committee, Year Committee WILLIAM MILLER Biology Club, Chess Club, JETS Club PAULINE S. MILSTEIN List of Merit, Year Team, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., U.N.Y., Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Duties AUDREY RACHEAL MIRVIS Drama Matinee, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Sec., Intramural Sports Junior Day BARBARA S. MOFFET List of Honor, Homeroom Pres., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Senior Inaugural, Chairman of Flower Committee, Junior Day R. Mogel M. Murrow 4. 79, s,,- !""".,W M. Mulcahy M. Myers 2 'ft war ff? A. Mehlmon R. Melnick 233-I QU, A. Miller eve B. Miller J. Miller 1: ,N L. Miller I , , P. Miller P. Miller . Q, '::" ii 'S' W. Miller 'GNN 5 7355? lws l 11" P. Milstein A. Mirvis B. Motlet ROSLYNN MOGEL FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Sgt-at-Arms, Junior Red Cross Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Junior Prom, Chairman of Refreshments Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Officer, Duties MONA R. MORROW List of Honor, Red Cross Rep., Homeroom Treas., Assemblies, Intra- mural Sports, F.N.A., Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus MARGARET E. MULCAHY F.P.H.S. Choir MARALINE ALICE MYERS FORESTER, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Vice-Pres., F.T.A., Library Club, Lawyers Guild, Vice-Pres., Aesthetes Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Officer I28 fi S. Nachman L, Ngghqson I. Newman N, Olefsky iv f 'bs V191 R. Nathanson -15:3 E. Oppenheim ...M 1 at as: fr '73 ,xg K sl 4 es M. Olser B. Ostrowsky S. Overbeck ,C Rx 'Z A R. PaCI1lftO N, Pqcker B. Page VIRGINIA L. PARADISO Intramural Sports: Glee Club: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Duties: Homeroom Activities RITA LOIS PASAREW English Office: Homeroom Sec.: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Lawyers Guild: Library Club: Junior Prom Com- mittee: Cafe Supervisor: Duties MYRA JOAN PASS List of Honor: Four Square Club: FORESTER: Student Coach: English Office: Homeroom Treas.: Intramural Sports: Junior Red Cross Club: Library Club: Open Forum Club: U.N.Y.: Year Committee: Duties JUDITH D. PAUL List of Merit: Homeroom Ottice: Intramural Sports: Spanish Club: Junior Red Cross Club: Year Committee: Homeroom Activities I29 SHEILA ALICE NACHMAN List of Honor: Homeroom Sec.: Intramural Sports: Glee Club: Co-Ed Chorale: Senior Inaugural Chorus LINDA F. NATHANSON FORESTER: Minor F: Intramural Sports: F.N.A.: U.N.Y.: Junior Day Committee ROCHELLE E. NATHANSON Lists of Honor, Merit: Administrative Secretary ot FORESTER: Christ- mas Assembly: Thanksgiving Assembly: Extra Curricular F: Intra- mural Sports: Camera Club: French Club: F.T,A.: U.N.Y.: Glee Club, Sgt.-at-Arms: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Duties: Home- room Activities IRENE MARCIA NEWMAN List of Honor: Homeroom Pres.: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Intramural Sports: French Club: F.T.A.: Art Metal Club: Glee Club: Junior Day Committee: Senior Inaugural Chorus: Duties NORMA SUE OLETSKY Homeroom Rep.: Camera Club: French Club: Lawyers Guild: Year Committee: Junior Day Committee: Cafe Otiicer ELLIOTT L. OPPENHEIM Ethical Club: Homeroom Vice-Pres., Rep.: Varsity Basketball, Base- ball: J. V. Football, Basketball, Baseball: Major F: Junior Day: Home- room Activities MARGARET J. OSLER Lists of Distinction, Honor, Merit: National Honor Society: FORESTER: News Editor of Press: Student Coach: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: Scribblers Club: Wednesday Morning Club, Pres.: Homeroom Activities: Duties BARBARA OSTROWS KY Lists of Honor, Merit: FORESTER: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Library Club: Open Forum Club: News View Club: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Chorus STEVE OVERBECK List of Honor: Sergeant-at-Arms of June 1959: Boys' Opportunity Club: Ethical Club: Varsity Baseball, Basketball: J. V. Basketball, Baseball: Major F: Duties ROSALIND PACHINO List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: FORESTER: Press: '59 Numerals: Minor F: Year Team: Intramural Sports: Biology Club: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: U.N.Y.: Year Committee: Junior Day: Cafe Oliicer: Duties: Homeroom Activities NATALIE FAY PAC KER List ot Honor: School Play Committee: '59 Numerals: Intramural Sports: F.T.A.: Junior Red Cross Club: U.N.Y.: Junior Day: Duties BARBARA PAGE Art Club: Junior Prom Conimittte: Junior Day: Duties: Homeroom Activities V. Paradiso R. Pasarew ,- BY ' 4:- X M. Pass J. Paul IQ 70 125 GWEN PAZORNICK Intramural Sportsg Home Economics Clubg Library Clubp News View Club BARBARA RUTH PELOVITZ List of Honorg Homeroom Vice-Pres.g Intramural Sportsp French Club, Rec. Sec.g Open Forum Clubg Aesthetes Club, Vice-Pres.g Glee Clubg Year Committee MAXINE PERLMAN List of Honarg FORESTERg '59 Numeralsg Minor F5 Intramural Sportsg Open Forum Clubg U.N,Y. BETSY PERNIKOFF List ot Honorg FORESTERp Student Day Assembly: '59 Numeralsg Intramural Sportsp F.T.A. LESLIE MARILYNE PINCUS Lists of Honor, Meritg Intramural Spartsg F.T.A.p Glee Clubg Year Committee MARY ANN PLANK Year Committeeg Dutiesg Homeroom Activities FRANCES B. PODOLSKY FORESTERp '59 Numeralsg Intramural Sports: Spanish Clubg F.N,A.g Junior Red Cross Clubg Year Committeep Duties MERLE POKEM PN ER List of Honorg Homeroom Pres.p '59 Numeralsg Intramural Sportsy French Clubg Junior Red Cross Clubg U.N.Y.7 Art Clubg Art Metal Clubg Junior Day ARLENE POLAND Intramural Sports: Aesthetes Club LINDA LEE POSN ER '59 Numeralsp Intramural Sportsy Open Forum Clubg U.N.Y.p Junior Day Committee JOY POTLER List of Honor: '59 Numeralsg Intramural Sports: F.N.A.g F.T.A.p Junior Red Cross Clubp Year Committeeg Junior Dayg Dutiesy Home- room Activities LES POWERS Homeroom Activities L. Randolph E. Raskin ga Q. V' P. Reamer E. Reding 4-v-N Z-I fh an ?'B'b 'QL i 'v' If ss- 'N-f A "La G. Pazornick B. pelovigz M, Perlman .K tl' EQQFPEB SE arg Ao OWN 4F"'9 B. Pernikoft L. Pincus M- PIGHIK fx as 'N .,, he F. Podolslry M. Pokempner A. Poland ' f ,lf-it ':". ?A- -s q. -rf r iff if' 5 fg 1. 222525 ., ,W A 'Cav -st L. Posner l3O LINDA RANDOLPH Biology Cluby Art Club ELAYNE RASKIN Homeroom Treas.p Intramural Sportsg Cheerleaderp Junior Red Cross Club PEGGY REAMER List of Meritg Homeroom Rep.p Intramural Sports ELAINE SANDRA REDING Lists of Honor, Meritg Junior Red Crass Clubp Year Committeeg Junior Day Committee J. Potler L. Powers 'tr' - -- l, I E552 1 Zh Sr J eed J. Reno C. Richman 9' F Richman S. Richman S. Richmond 'Es 53 A. Robinson N. Rochman S gf JS- 'ff'- Roclrman G. Rose M. Roseman ELAINE ROSEN Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Year Committee SYBIL MARSHA ROSEN Intramural Sports, Chess Club, Sec., Home Economics Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y,, Glee Club, Co'Ed Chorale, Year Committee, Junior Day BARBARA CARYL ROSENBERG List of Honor, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, Home Economics Club, Treas., Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus BETTYE HELENE ROSENBERG FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Open Forum Club, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus if JAMES G. REED Homeroom Vice-Pres., Biology Club, Art Metal Club, Year Committee JAMES RENO Varsity Rifle, J. V. Letter, Art Metal Club, Band, Manager CAROL RUTH RICHMAN FORESTER, Homeroom Sec., Rep., Orientation Assembly, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Library Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Foreign Exchange Committee Chairman, Year Committee, Junior Day Come mittee, Junior Day, Cate Supervisor, Duties FLORENCE S. RICHMAN List of Honor, FORESTER, English Office, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Treas., Intramural Sports, French Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee SARALEE RICHMAN FORESTER, English Office, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Junior Day Committee SHIRLEY ROSALIND RICHMOND Homeroom Vice-Pres., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, French Club, F.N.A., Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus CHARLES ANTHONY ROBERTS Homeroom Vice-Pres., Business Service Club, Duties, Homeroom Activities ABBY SHEILA ROBINSON Lists of Distinction, Honor, National Honor Society, First Vice-Pres., Four Square Club, FORESTER, Feature Editor of Press, Student Coach, Student Day Assembly, Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Vice-Pres., Open Forum Club, JETS Club, Scribblers Club, Wednesday Morning Club, Art Club, News View Club, Soph Hop, Publicity Chairman, Junior Day, Chair- man, Cafe Officer, Homeroom Activities NORMA ROC HMAN Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, U.N.Y., Junior Day Committee MYRA SUE ROCKMAN F,N.A., Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Cafe Otticer, Duties GEORGE ROSE J. V. Football, Lacrosse, Basketball, Camera Club MERRY L. ROSEMAN List of Honor, National Honor Society, Student Coach, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Student Day, Chairman, Christmas Assembly, '59 Nu- merals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., F.T.A., Vice-Pres., Junior Red Cross Club, JETS Club, Charity Committee, Chairman, Cate Otticer, Duties, Homeroom Activities E. ROSEH Rosen Q . 2- Pal CN to 'NJ' B. Rosenberg B. Rosenberg , 'US ix ff as i ki- f BEVERLY ROSENBERG List of Honor, Student Coach, Intramural Sports, FYSNCIW Clvbz F-T-PM U.N.Y., Junior Day Committee, Junior Day: Cdfe Omfiefi Duties: Homeroom Activities ROSLYN ROSENBERG Student Coach, library Club, Year Committee, Duties, Homeroom Activities MARIAN L. ROSENFELD lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, Student Coach, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., Aesthetes Club, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities MARTIN DONALD ROSENFIELD Intramural Sports SIMA RUTH ROSENTHAL Four Square Club, Exchange Editor of Press, Homeroom Pres., Sec., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, U.N.Y., Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Duties SHEILA LEE ROSENZWOG Lists of Distinction, Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, J. V. Table Tennis, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Library Club, Open Forum Club, Aesthetes Club, JETS Club, Sec., Year Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Officer, Duties, Homeroom Activities JANET L. RUBIN List of Honor, FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Art Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities ROBERT C. RUSSEL J. V. Lacrosse, Camera Club, Biology Club, JETS Club, Men's Glee Club MARVIN C. SACHS List of Merit, Junior Day Committee, Homeroom Activities DIANE H. SACKS List of Honor, FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Otiicer MARGARET SALAMON List of Honor, FORESTER, Homeroom Sec., Student Day Assembly, Extra Curricular F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Aesthetes Club, Scribblers Club, Allegro Choir, Glee Club, Sec., Year Committees, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus BARBARA SALZMAN Homeroom Pres., Intramural Sports, Junior Prom Committee A. Samet D. Saperstein 11: 4 WFT' ww X C. Satteriield A. Schectman 'Qi 98 as B. Rosenberg R. Rosenberg M. Rosenfeld 15, ' R QF' 1- Y? xl M- Rosenfield S. Rosenthal S. Rosenzwog ,365 V527 J. Rubin R. Russel 49- fvi M. Sachs D. Sacks M. Salomon ANN E. SAMET Four Square Club, Commercial Ads Manager of FORESTER, Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Pres., Rep., '59 Numerals, Intra- mural Sports, Spanish Club, Pres., F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Scribe blers Club, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities DAVID IRVIN SAPERSTEIN Homeroom Rep., School Play, J. V. Cross Country, Proiection Crew, Homeroom Activities CLAUDETTE SATTERFIELD Homeroom Vice-Pres., Varsity Sport, Year Team, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties ADRIENNE F. SCHECTMAN Lists of Distinction, Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Extra Cur- ricular F, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Camera Club, Trecs., Sgt.-at-Arms, F.N.A., Junior Red Cross Club, JETS Club, Glee Club, Junior Prom Committee, Cafe Officer, Duties 132 '5- 'E' B. Salzman YYY vi guns A SchsfTmann A Schnesder N Schnesder ATHENE LAURA SCHIFFMANN Lssts of Dsstsnctson Honor Merst Natsonal Honor Socsety Head Proof Reader of FORESTER Student Coach Homeroom Treas Student Day Assembly Extra Currscular F 59 Numerals Intramural Sports Scrsbblers Club Pres Sec Aesthetes Club Board Member Wed nesday Mornsng Club Glee Club Sophomore Actsvstses Junsor Day Commsttees Script Commsttee Sensor Inaugural Chairman f Speoller Commsttee Sensor Farewell Chasrman of Speaker Commst tee Junsor Day Sensor Inaugural Chorus Dutses ANNETTE SCHNEIDER Lssts of Honor Merst Natsonal Honor Socsety Four Square Club Carr Sec FORESTER Extra Currscular F Intramural Sports 59 Numerals Bsology Club FNA FTA Junsor Red Cross Club Pres '53 :VN 'E- V 3... 144 9554, J. Schnitzer S. Schoenfeld . Schugam r 'Z' ay, TL:- 1-. mai' L. Schuster M. Schwartz R. Schwartz !S f YN 'Wv RG fb? 0 ' 'UN , w . ,.., Vsce Pres U NY Junsor Day Choreographer Chasrman of Sensor Inaugural Dance Homeroom Actsvstses NORMAL SCHNEIDER Homeroom Actsvstses JEROME SCHN ITZER Student Day Assembly Varssty Basketball J V Basketball Foot ball J V Letter Managers Letters Rsfle Team Rsfle Club Vsce Pres Treas Sec SUSAN BARBARA SC HOENFELD Homeroom Sec Drama Matsnee J V Sports 59 Numerals Year Team Intramural Sports Open Forum Club Junsor Prom Commsttee Sensor Inaugural Chorus Cafe Officer Homeroom Actsvstses MARTIN S. SCHUGAM List of Merit' Intramural Sports LANNY SCHUSTER Homeroom Vice-Pres.- J. V. Lacrosse Basketball' Intramural Sports- U. N. Y.' Junior Day MARILYN SC HWARTZ List of Honor- Four Square Club- Student Coach- Homeroom Sec.- Drama Matinee' 59 Numerals' Minor F- Intramural Sports' F.T.A.- Library Club' Open Forum Club- Scribblers Club' Spanish Club- Sophomore Activities- Junior Prom Committee' Cafe Officer RICKI SCHWARTZ Four Square Club' FORESTER- Student Coach' Homeroom Rep.- Varsity Archery- 59 Numerals- Intramural Sports' F.N.A.' Junior Red Cross Club- Library Club' U.N.Y.- Year Committee- Junior Prom Committeeg Junior Dayg Cate Ofticerg Duties SAUNDRA SCHWARTZMAN List of Meritp Intramural Sportsg Art Club: Glee Club DENISE ELIZABETH SCRUGGS Allegro Choirs Glee Clubg Year Committeep Junior Dayp Homeroom Activities HELEN MI NDELLE SEGAL Homeroom Treas.p '59 Numeralsp Minor F7 Business Service Clubg Year Committee: Senior Inaugural Chorusg Homeroom Activities S. Segal J. Selznick S. Schwartzman D. Scruggs H. Segal SANDRA B. SEGAL Lists of Honor, Meritg '59 Numeralsg Minor Fi Intramural Sportsp F.N.A.g Junior Red Cross Clubg U.N.Y.p Glee Clubg Junior Dayp Senior Inaugural Chorusg Duties JEFFREY SELZNICK Lists of Honor, Meritg National Honor Societyp Boys' Opportunity Clubg School Assembliesg Extra Curricular Fg Intramural Sportsg CIWSS Club: Biology Club: Men's Glee Clubg Band, Student Leaders Junior Dayg Duties JOYCE SETREN Homeroom Sec.g Minor Fg '59 Numeralsg Intramural Sportsg Home Economics Club: Junior Red Cross Clubs Library Club: Year Commit- teeg Duties DIANE SETTLER List of Honorg Intramural Sportsg F.N.A.p Junior Red Cross Clubp Library Clubg Year Committeep Duties I33 ,PSE Q 'V' Xi' J. Setren D. Settler 9 'C' qt, FAITH SHAPIRO List of Honor, National Honor SocietY: Four SQUUYS Club: FOR- ESTER, Head Proof Reader of Press, Student Coach: '59 NUme"0IS: Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Lawyers Guild, Library Club, Aesthetes Club, Scribblers Club, News Views Club, U.N.Y., Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee JEANNE H. SHAPIRO List of Honor, FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.N,A., Library Club, U,N.Y., Junior Day MEDA ANN SHARP J.V. Volleyball, Minor F, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Chess Club, Girls' Rifle Club. EDITH SHAVELL List at Honor, Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Library Club, Aesthetes Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Duties ILENE SHOFER Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus PAMELA SHORT Managing Editor of FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Vice-Pres., Senior Inaugural Chorus, Homeroom Activities SANDRA SHPRITZ List of Honor, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Treas,, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Rec. Sec., F.P.H.S. Choir, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Dance, Chairman of Program Committee, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities REBECCA MAE SHUGER List of Honor, National Honor Society, Girls' Athletic Club, Associate Editor of FORESTER, Press, Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Student Day Assembly, Varsity Tennis, Badminton, Swim- ming, J.V. Badminton, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Star, Year Teams, Intramural Sports, French Club, Vice-Pres., Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, Foreign Exchange Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities JEANNE SHULMAN Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, English Office, Homeroom Rep., Intramural Sports, F.N.A., F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Year Com- mittee, Junior Doy, Cate Officer, Duties MARSHA LEE SIBEL Homeroom Treas., Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Junior Day Committee, Duties, Homeroom Activities NANCY LEE SIEGEL List of Honor, National Honor Society, Sec., Four Square Club, Vice- Pres., Rec. Sec., Special Activities Editor of FORESTER, Student Coach, English Office, Homeroom Pres., Sec., School Play Committee, Student Day Assembly, Varsity Swimming, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Year Team, French Club, Corr. Sec., F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Foreign Exchange Committee, Sophomore Activities, Chairman, Class Song Committee, Junior Day, Junior Prom Queen ELSIE ELIZABETH SIFFORD Intramural Sports J Sikora Silber 4- an '33 'C' 1-4. D. Silberg D. Silbiger 3 cfvs, QC .5 'bf ,,' fb? fi' 'QP' ED if 3 U F. Shapiro J, Shapiro M. Sharp FDA ff' E. Shavell I. Shafer P, Short Q7 Q S. Shpritz R. SI-auger J. Shulman ,A , K .kph if . fn? am ' mm. 7' fs. ss? w-I I34 1' M. Sibel so i JOAN CORINNE SIKORA Homeroom Activities BARBARA RUTH SILBER '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F,N.A., F.T.A., Home Economics Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Duties, Homeroom Activities DAVID A. SILBERG List of Merit, Fresh-Soph Football, Track Manager, Chess Club, JETS Club, Aeronautics Club, Discophiles, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee PAULA WENDY SILBIGER Homeroom Sec., Homeroom Activities N. Siegel E. Siftord 3 ,Q :ws Z E. Silverman J. Sisco M. Silverman M. Simpson D-- 6 fi I1 Ds . Sn vc I B. Sisgold B. Sislcind Q" pe- - Z1 l"N 191 "9 I"7' F. Sklar AK an R. Sklarofl M. Skwersky G? J. Slater 's ,357- B. Sleeger C. Sless JUDITH R. SMELKINSON List of Honor, FORESTER, Homeroom Treas., '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., F.T.A., Rec. Sec., Library Club, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cole Otiicer, Duties CHARLES SMOLKIN Homeroom Oflicer, Student Day Assembly, Varsity Tennis, Intramural Sports, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Homeroom Activities MARK S. SNOWHITE Homeroom Pres., Rep., School Play, Student Day Assembly, J.V. Baseball, Football, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee LINDA SNYDER Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, Press, Homeroom Pres., Assemblies, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Junior Red Cross Club, Stage Crew, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus I35 ELLEN KAY SILVERMAN Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Year Committee, Junior Day MARLENE L. SILVERMAN List of Honor, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A,, Junior Red Cross Club, Library Club, U.N.Y., Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Duties MARGARET S. SIMPSON Intramural Sports, Junior Day Committee JOYCE R. SISCO Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Intramural Sports, French Club, Open Forum Club, Art Club, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Officer, Homeroom Activities BARBARA SISGOLD FORESTER, Homeroom Pres., Assemblies, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Glee Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Duties BONNIE ANN SISKIND Lists of Distinction, Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club Pres., FORESTER, English Otlice, Drama Matinee, Drama Assembly, School Play, Intramural Sports, Aesthetes Club, U.N.Y., Wednesday Morning Club, Junior Day Committee, Co-Director of Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chairman, Homeroom Activities FRANCINE LINDA SKLAR Homeroom Pres., Treos., '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, F.T.A,, Glee Club, Soph-Hop, Chairman of Theme Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Cafe Officer, Duties, Home- room Activities ROBERTA SKLAROFF Intramural Sports, Art Club, Glee Club, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus MAXINE MARILYN SKWERSKY List of Honor, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Camera Club, Library Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee JUDITH SLATER Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, F.T.A., U.N.Y., Junior Day Committee BARBARA ANN SLEEGER List of Honor, Homeroom Pres., Intramural Sports, Glee Club, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties, Homeroom Activities CAROL ANN SLESS Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus J. Smellcinson C. Smollxin ,.. M. Snowhite L. Snyder fi R inf'- MELVIN SOBKOV Varsity Swimming, J.V. Swimming, Football, Intramural Sports ELLEN K. SODDEN Intramural Sports, Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Art Club, News Views Club, Glee Club, Junior Day Committee Zl NA LYNN SOKOLOVE Lists of Honor, Merit, FORESTER, J.V. Volleyball, Basketball, '59 Numerols, Minor F, Major F, Year Teams, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Library Club, JETS Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Otticer, Homeroom Activities MYRA LEE SOLOMON List at Merit, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Duties ROBERTA MAE SOLOMON Lists of Distinction, Honor, Merit, National Honor Society, FORESTER, Press, Coaching Director, Student Coach, Homeroom Treas., Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerols, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Aesthetes Club, U.N.Y., Glee Club, Junior Day, Cate Olticer DONALD R. SOSKIN Homeroom Rep., Fresh-Soph Football, Rifle Club, Homeroom Activities FLORA HOPE SOSNER Lists ot Distinction, Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, '59 Numerols, Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, Year Com- mittees, Junior Day, Co-Chairman of Ring Committee, Homeroom Activities HERBERT SPECTOR Boys' Opportunity Club, Treas., J.V. Lacrosse, Varsity, J.V. Swim- ming Manager, J.V. Letter, Proiection Crew, Homeroom Activities ROSE SPEESLER F.T.A. JUDITH SPIEGEL List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Christmas Assembly, Drama Matinee, Director, School Play, Varsity Archery, '59 Numerols, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., Library Club, Pres., Vice-Pres., Sec., Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, Junior Day, Duties ANITA L. STEELE A ,gg lk fdhhf' N-1' -f -sf 'T fx 15- ' M. Soblcov E. Sodden Z. Sokolove 5-at R97 Q41 M. Solomon R. Solomon D. Sosltin 'WN N. hann- S' F. Sosner H- 5P9Cf0l' R. Speesler Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerols, Intramural Sports, Art Club, Glee Club, Junior Day, Chairman of Scenery Committee, Homeroom Activities BEVERLY ANN STEIN '59 Numerols, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Duties, Homeroom Activities E. Stein M, skin gm i -Q., GX IU! YT' Nd 1 J Spiegel A Steele B Stein S YY R S79 J tern 1 1' I3 ETTA STEIN Homeroom Treas Intramural Sports Biology Club Junior Prom Committee Homeroom Activities MARILYN PHYLLIS STEIN Intramural Sports F N A Junior Day Committee Junior Day Duties RHONA NADINE STEIN List of Honor Student Coach Homeroom Pres Vice Pres Numerals- Intramural Sports- Business Service Club- Lawyers Guild- News Views Club, Soph Hop, Chairman ot Entertainment Committee, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee JUDITH STERN Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Home Economics Club, Library Club, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities 6 7- 3 9 , is Q7 R- Siembefg T. Stulman M. Suras g-5 PV! q. 1 9 3 KW in -ang S. Sydney -Q kv R. Sykes M. Sylvester A-5 Y'Dx IEW K ls... 2'-s sq. IE- Q J. Taetle B. Tarses J. Tarses vs 'fs in , .. fs: ' wx we - .' 'S YY' P I. Theodore M. Toback N. Tracey JOYCE TRETICK Homeroom Pres., Homeroom Activities CHARLOTTE L. TUCKER Business Service Club, Art Club, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day EARL W. TUCKER J.V. Baseball RHODA M. STERNBERG Homeroom Sec.: School Play Committee, Sophomore Activities, Junior Day, Duties TERESA ANNE STULMAN Lists of Honor, Merit, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Press, School Play, Varsity Table Tennis, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Lawyers Guild, Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, News Views Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day MILLICENT SURASKY List of Honor, Drama Asserrbly, Allegra Choir SARITA ROCHELLE SYDNEY List of Merit, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F,T.A., Library Club, Year Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus ROBERT SYKES J.V. Baseball, Intramural Sports MARGARET K. SYLVESTER '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports JAY TAETLE List of Honor, Chess Club, Lawyers Guild, Year Committee, Junior Day BARBARA E, TARSES Lists of Honor, Merit, Vice President, Corresponding Secretary of June 1959, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, School Play Committee, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Treas., Rec. Sec., Scribblers Club, Treas., U.N.Y., Art Club, Glee Club, Soph Hop, Chairman of Decorations Committee, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Cate Supervisor, Otticer JUDITH D. TARSES FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Library Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Junior Day, Duties JEFFREY THEODORE National Honor Society, Treas., Boys' Opportunity Club, School Play, Varsity Track, J.V. Cross Country Track, Maior F, Men's Glee Club, Vice-Pres., Section Leader, Co-Ed Chorale, Year Committee, Junior Day, Head Cate Supervisor, Cafe Officer, Duties MARC IA PEARL TOBACK Student Coach, Intramural Sports, Business Service Club, Year Com- mittee, Senior lnaugural Chorus, Homeroom Activities NANCY ELIZABETH TRACEY List of Honor, Student Coach, Homeroom Pres., Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Duties J- Tfelldl C. Tucker f 1 I 'er f E. Tucker F. Tucker " X .' -5 ." lr ' FROMA REVA TUCKER H Lists of Distinction, Honor, Vice-President of June 1959, National t Honor Society, Pres., Four Square Club, Student Coach, Press Rep., Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Pres., Glee Club, Treas. Q R' I37 N! SANDRA L. TUCKER Homeroom Activities SANDRA MARIE URIE Intramural Sports, Glee Club HOWARD N. VARSOV Band, Orchestra, Junior Day, Duties ANASTASIA VERBUS Homeroom Activities JO ANN WAHL Lists of Distinction, Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Treas., Varsity Archery, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, Open Forum Club, Aesthetes Club, U.N.Y., Wednesday Morning Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee JUDITH W. WANDERMAN List of Merit, Homeroom Sec., Thanksgiving, Christmas Assemblies, Intramural Sports, Library Club, Glee Club, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Duties PRISCILLA WEINBERG Student President, Student Vice-President, Lists of Distinction, Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Girls' Athletic Club, FORESTER, Senator, Student Coach, Homeroom Sec., Rep., Christmas Assembly, School Play Director, Varsity Basketball, Speedball, .l.V, Speedball, Basketball, Volleyball, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Star, Year Teams, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Art Club, Glee Club, Chairman of Soph-Hop, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Cafe Officer ROSALIE WEINER FORESTER, Homeroom Vice-Pres., Sec., Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., Junior Red Cross Club, Rifle Club, Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Day, Chairman of Ring Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus, Homeroom Activities TOBI CYRILE WEINTRAUB List of Merit, Christmas Assembly, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intra- mural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., Library Club, Hist., Scribblers Club, News View Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities AUDREY SYLVIA WEIS J.V. Badminton, Intramural Sports, F.N.A., Year Committee DELLA WEIS List of Honor, FORESTER, Christmas Assembly, '59 Numerals, Intro' mural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Glee Club, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day JACQUELINE WEIS FORESTER, Christmas Assembly, Varsity Swimming, '59 Numerals- 1 Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Scribblers Club, Wednesday Morning Club, Junior Prom Committee' Junior Day, Duties I M. Weiss S, Weitz 5 Q S. Weller R. Whitestone ,-Q lifbi Ze TU? if fir 'lv-'x IGH 'go P. Weinberg R. Weiner 'C' S. Tucker S. Urie H Varsov as -f"l"s T A. Verbus J. Wahl J. Wanderman I X 4 SZ? X XP A. Weis D. Weis MARILYN I. WEISS Homeroom Pres., Rep., Open Forum Club, Art Club, Glee Club Junior Day, Chairman of Banner Committee, Homeroom Activities SHARON CAROLE WEITZ List of Honor, FORESTER, F.N.A., Hist., Junior Red Cross Club: Wed nesday Morning Club, Junior Prom Committee, Duties LOIS SUSAN WELLER Aesthetes Club,Yec1r Commimgg RUTH ELLEN WHITESTONE .,,,,,, Homeroom Treas., Junior Day 3 Q., av' .g T. Weintraub 'UK tr' 35- L. Wichner B. Wiener S. Wiener I. Willen ya L- Wilmer M. wilson 'is fs 'E . P I. Winakur J. Winik R. Wg,-me, LINDA LEE WICHNER Circulation Manager of Press, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Junior Day Committee, Senior Inaugural Chorus BETTY JOAN WIENER List of Merit, FORESTER, Student Coach, Homeroom Treas., Minor F, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Aesthetes Club, Year Committee, Junior Day Committee, Cate Olticer, Duties SANDRA LEE WIENER List of Merit, English Office, Homeroom Sec., Intramural Sports, French Club, Open Forum Club, Junior Day Committee IDA WILLEN List of Honor, National Honor Society, Art Editor of FORESTER, Homeroom Treas., Christmas Assembly, Student Day Assembly, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, Art Club, Pres., Vice-Pres., Rec. Sec., Junior Day Committee, Junior Prom, Chairman of Publicity, Duties LOIS MAXINE WILNER List of Honor, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, Home- room Sec., School Play, Drama Matinee, Intramural Sports, Lawyers Guild, Sec., Library Club, Open Forum Club, JETS Club, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Duties, Homeroom Activities MADELINE WILSON Varsity Speedball, Table Tennis, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Maior F, Intramural Sports, Junior Day Committee IRIS ANN WINAKUR List of Honor, FORESTER, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, French Club, Spanish Club, U.N.Y., Junior Prom Committee JANICE MARILYN WINIK List of Honor, Christmas Assembly, Homeroom Sec., Extra Curricular F, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Camera Club, Biology Club TONI WINNER National Honor Society, Four Square Club, School Play, School Play Director, Drama Matinee, Minor F, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Pres., Treas., Library Club, Scribblers Club, Stage Crew, Year Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day DENNIS HUGH WORTMAN Lists of Distinction, Honor, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Ii if 30 . E Y' D. Wortman L. Yatfe S, Yqffe Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, Assemblies, J.V. Track, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, Chess Club, Vice-Pres., Sec., JETS Club, Junior Day, Co-Chairman of Song Committee, Duties LINDA PHYLLIS YAFFE Lists of Honor, Merit, '59 Numerals, Minor F, Intramural Sports, Junior Red Cross Club, Library Club, Year Committee, Duties J. Yarnell G. Yenkinson SUZANNE YAFFE FORESTER, Homeroom Rep., Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Corr. Sec., F.T.A., Corr. Sec., Open Forum Club, F.P.H.S. Choir, Junior Prom Committee, Junior Day, Senior Inaugural Chorus JAMES YARNELL Aeronautics Club, Sec. GAIL YENKINSON Lists of Distinction, Honor, FORESTER, Student Coach, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, F.T.A., Treas., Open Forum Club, Year Committee, Junior Day BARBARA S. ZARESWITZ List of Honor, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Student Coach, '59 Numerals, Intramural Sports, Biology Club, F.T.A., Open Forum Club, U.N.Y., Wednesday Morning Club, Art Club, Glee Club, Sophomore Activities, Year Committee, Junior Day, Homeroom Activities 2? Qs ! -4 1 Y 'tr' Zee X rf . . N1 ' - .Ze-..:Q.. 1.-.,. Av B Zareswitz -N 'E+ FAREWELL SONG JUNE 59 To the tune of TILL THE END OF TIME Forest Park the time For parhng has drawn near You have taught us how to serve And now we ll see your motto through Facmg lnfe s hard ways With the wisdom we have galned We now go onward to be helpful In everythung we do All the guidance here Helped most problems disappear Through laughter and through tears The time for us has came to bud adueu And wlsh the best for you June 59 wnll mlss you Tull the End of Tame Teachers were our friends And most problems disappeared You were there for us to care for us Through laughter and through tears The Class of June 59 now takes thus tl To say farewell to you Our thoughts of you wlll llve on Tull the End of Tnme l40 lT1 I ll ll I I . . , , You were there for us to care for us , , . . , . . Forum C ub Press Admlnlstratlon Aeronautics Club Aesthetes Club Allegro Chonr Archery Art Club Art Department Audio Crew Badmmton Band Baseball Basketball IBoys Basketball IGlrlsl Blology Club Boys leaders Club Boys Opportunity Club Busmess Educatuon Department Business Servlce Club Camera Club Cheerleaders Chess Club Coaching Cross Country Dedlcatlon English Department Ethncal Club February 1959 Adviser February 1959 Banner Index Home Economlcs Club Home Economncs Department lndustrlal Arts International Fruendshnp JETS June June June June June June June June June June 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 Advuser Banner Counselor History Junlor Day Junior Prom Senior Inaugural Senlor Inaugural Dance Song Year Otflcers Junlor Red Cross Club lacrosse language Department Lnbrary Library Club loyalty Day Mathematics Department Department Views Club Muslc News Oiice Orche SITC Physical Education Department February February February February February February February February February February February February February 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 1959 Counselor Graduation History Junlor Day Junlor Prom Pep Assembly Senior Farewell Senior Inaugural Senlor Senlor Seniors Song Inaugural Dance Prom and Banquet Year Officers Football Forester Stal? 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It s the Best ITrIpIe Flavorl It s the TostIest DrInk In town Try It today and get mth It Free EstImcItes Burqemelster Bell Plumblng 81 Heatln g Company 24 HOUR SERVICE 835 Mllford MIII Road Plkesvnlle 8 Md YOU EVER KNOW ANYONE WHO WANTS TO BUY ROPE OR ALLIED CORDAGE COMPANY 'Ill Cheapslde Baltumore 2 Md Best WIshes to JUNE 1959 from THE ROSENZWOGS GENERAL VENDING SALES CORPORATION Good Luck to JUNE 1959 Mr 81 M LExIngton 9 8173 rs Maxwell Bernsteln ROMA RESTAURANT ITALIAN Poop In Little Italy 900 Fawn Street louIs booke DIAMONDS o ANTIQUE JEWELRY SILVERWARE 'I17 W Saratoga Street Happy Twenty Flfth AnnIversory Mr 81 Mrs Albert Fltschen Complmnents of NATHAN WALTER SHARON, and NEIL Comphments of Comphments of SLATER S S FOOD MARKET 5125 Park Helghts Ave SMART APPAREL 1 Telephone VErnon 7 3792 Margaret C Donz THE FLAG, BANNER and PENNANT SHOP. Hand and Machxne EmbroIderIng 409 Park Ave Balto 1, Md FOR MEN 114 East Baltimore St. 144 I A I is ' - ' , TWINE - PLEASE RECOMMEND . . I . . I . I to , I I I Good Luck to JUNE 59 from Mrss Mannrng s Gang' pl' e ts o SAM RUBIN SACK and BOBER Wholesale Delrcatessen Spec'al'z' g 'n G ound Beef Patt'es 121 N Exeter St eet Co pl me ts of THE MILLER PRESS PRINTERS Lette p ess Offset Best Wshes to JUNE 1959 Mr 8. Mrs Jack Nathanson and Famlly Complnments of Best Wishes Queen Clty Window Cleaning Mr 8. Mrs 81 Bulldlng Cleaning Co Lewis L Fink 1310 Guilford Ave Baltimore 2 Md MU 5 292'9 Free P ckup 8. Delwe y PIMLICO ATLANTIC SERVICENTER HAVE STATION WILL SERVICE Park Heights 8- Garrrson Aves Baltrmore Md D P et o FO 7 9374 LUDWIG KATZENSTEIN 202 West Pratt Street P cture Frames Flne Arts Best Washes to the CLASS OF 59 from Mr 81 Mrs Leon Zalls and Famlly Congratulatnons to the CLASS OF 1959 Mr 8. Mrs Mllton Goldman and Family Good Luck Sensors CHARLES and MITCHELL WOLF Compliments of WALTER JUNE CINDY and CATHY CONCO photography by J EROME STU DIOS portra t cond d comme c al JERRY ESTERSON FO 7 8542 LI 2 5259 Compl ents of JAMES GROCERY STORE 5825 Belle Grove Road Patapsco Park ST 9 8455 JUVENILE KORNER 5441 Rensterstown Road LI 2 2664 2326 Monument Street OR 5 9465 8019 Harfo d Road NO 8 0088 Dodge Sales 8- Se e DONSTAN MOTORS TIA Ho a d Ford Co 4721 Lberty Hts Ave 2 2 Congratulations Pqul 5 Jewelry 8, to the 59 Yearbook Optical Store Mr 8. Mrs 3310 Eastern Ave J O shuger BR 6 3200 an Famlly Congratulatsons to JUNE 59 Mr 8rMrs Samuel S Blumson and Famrly I4 Comlrnnf . ' IIIFII r I . r mi n I o Q 1 . I I rr . i 'r . . .I . I I 0 R.lir ,- . . . . V . I Q . . . V, I . . . . . ' I I . U I - . I I . I O . . ' 0 I , . . I I I im i- I- ri ' I o o 1 rviC O wr . '- i . . r Ll.-710 SECALL MAJESTIC 20 Years of Mofestrc Servrce 909 N CHARLES STREET Honest Work Reasonable Prlces Comphmenfs of CARL S TV SERVICE Speedy Sam s Famlly Shoe Co Phone MO 4 6157 Corl Schectmon Prop Pulaskl Hughway Farmers Market DELUXE BARBER SHOP 51 'IO L be ty He ghts Avenue Best Wlshes from The No Sho In A r Cond tvoned Closed on Mondays 1609 West North Avenue 3 9977 Dental Surgeon Llkfoyetfe 3 4220 V A L E N T I N E S APPAREL FOR WOMEN 1906 McCulIoh St Baltimore 17 Md Irma George D It IS only the lgnorant who deslre education Thus above all to thme ownself be true Compliments of AL and SAM Compliments of Marvehte Pamt Company l 4 I I 0 l v' g 1 i i ' - BUCKNER5 DR. WALTER T. DAVIDSON LA. - .I I l ixon 6 Compluments of The World s Best Best Wnshes to JUNE I959 Delrcatessen Davld Komms Co 106 N Llberty St Of SCHLOSS Mr 81 Mrs Solomon Llss JEWELRY Good Luck to the CLASS OF JUNE 59 QUALITY PANTS SHOP 3810 Eastern Avenue CAMERAS GIFTS 5134 Park Heughts Ave Complnments of the BROOK S FAMILY MOhawk 4 5973 Electrical Repo r SAMUEL HYATT ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Industral and House Wlr ng Fnxtures 3807 Grantley Road Baltimore 15 Md ACCURATE PRESCRIPTION WORK 3133 Belvedere Avenue Balhmore 15 Md Graduate Pha mac st Always In Charge Good Luck to JUNE 59 GORDON S SEAFOOD 1356 West North Avenue LA 3 3450 or MA 3 9852 Irvln Gordon Prop Complnments of MAGNA CHARTA BOOK CO Compllments of DELMAS BEAUTY SALON 4609 Garrison Boulevard Co pl ments of MR GMRS M D SCHLEIDER Cornplnments of THE NEWS MART Mondawmln Good Luck from KOONTZ CREAMERY Slmgn J Block Begf Wishes Call For Tax: Service and 50" DIAMOND CAB 106 Keyser Bulldlng wllkens 7 3333 Malman Thread Always Ready To Serve PLaza 2 4670 Company Forest Park Hugh school srudenfs I4 f I O O I . ' 5 I i ' i ' . , Llberty 2-2425 BEELIS DRUG STORE Liberty 2-2426 ' ' ' ' r I D I ' I . m i ll ll 7 Congratulations to the CLASS OF '59 81 Mrs Nathan Pelovltz Compl ments of THRESA SEGALL Compliments of THE MILLERS HANKIN BROTHERS MEN s cl.oTHlNG STORE Tuxnsoos FOR HIRE Good Luck SANDEE Compliments of 81 Mrs J S Carton ISADORE BERENSON VIOLIN INSTRUCTION 2042 Wrlkens Avenue Complnments of MR 8- MRS HERMAN GOLD Congratulatrons to JUNE 59 from DR 8. MRS DANIEL EHRLICH Complnments of MR 8. MRS LEON MOFFET MANNY S DELICATESSEN 618 West Baltlmore Street Famous for Hot Corn Beef Sandwiches Best Wishes ROSE SHANIS LOANS INC 311 North Howard Street MR 81 MRS HENRY ZARESWITZ Complnments of TABAK S GROCERY SYDNEY S INC FESTINE FASHION S 5502Vz Park Heights Avenue Dress Sizes 7 I5 8 20 Open Thursday IO 9 SMALL S GARAGE 5115 Prmllco Road Balhmore 15 Maryland MR 8.MRS WESLEYW TARR Compluments Real Estate Insurance Mortgage Loans W Spaulding 1613 W North Ave LA 35494 Office LA 36122 Compl ments of the SCHOENFELD FAMILY Compl ments of THE UNITED DENTAL LABORATORY 5 Congratulations to JUNE 59 wlshes you a from succEssFuL YEARBOOK Mr and Mrs Wentz I 4 Mr. . ' I Mr. . . . I ' ' ' SPAULDING REALTY BROKER A D. , -' - . 8 Compliments of ROZELLA SLENDERIZING SALON 3535 Dolfreld Avenue MO 4 6386 Good Luck to JUNE 1959 from Fmkelsteln Famlly Good Luck to JUNE 1959 from Mr 81 Mrs A Dlener Best Wnshes to JUNE 1959 81 Mrs Solomon Stem Complnments of ALBERT S JEWELER 105 North Eutaw Street Congrotulotlons to The Posner s Best Wnshes to JUNE 1959 from Mr 81 Mrs B Greenberg Good Luck to JUNE 1959 from Mr 81 Mrs I Yatfe Good Luck to JUNE 1959 from Mr 8rMrs E Cohen LASTING M' 3- MPS J Cohen PAINT an CENTERS Sylvla and Louls RICH S SHOES l000 Relsterstown Road Plkesvllle Maryland oppos te P kes Theatre FI NEST FAMILY FOOTWEAR HAVE INSURANCE WILL SELL Every Type of Coverage Avolloble ALVIN L SCHUGAN 37 SA 76765 Best Wnshes ond Good Luck to JUNE 1959 from Mrs Mollie Weus I7 Sou BERNARD HECHT 8. SONS INC WHOLESALE DELICATESSEN Front Street 5428 Best W shes to JUNE 1959 from THE SYDNEY FAMILY 14 I Mr. . ' JUNE 1959 I d I T I . I I I I I , I th SA, 7. 9 We ore proud to serve FOREST PARK HIGH wlth the fnnest quollty FOREST PARK SCHOOL RINGS ond other school jewelry wnth Forest Pork Hugh School Seols LET YOUR CONFIDENCE REST IN TROCKENBROTS BEST THUEKENBHUT 5 Smce I882 310 North Poco Street 5 'I052 PL 2 8387 g tfstoeIOo Best W she to JUNE I959 Mr 8: Mrs Samuel Rosenberg on Famlly c u Llb ty 21395 PIMLICO ESSO SERVICE CENTER mod L Ck to CHARLES T GLADSTONE s 1 P u gm I nog JUNE I959 Good L kt JUNE 59 'O MYRA a d HENRY THE WILLEN FAMILY GoodL k t JUNE 59 MR 8. MRS STANLEY MIRSKY d HOWARD AARD CLASS COMPANY Wholesale o d Reto I Dealer G s o d M rs Off ce o cl Sho roo 927 E Belt e St SA 7 4497 t VV FRIEDLER S GUEST HOUSE 2449 Sh rley A LOTUS INN FRED H DORSEY COMPANY azoan mum ld mmm. 15 Ma HAL SCHOOLNICK Alum ue 150 n I Il 7 Porkin in fron o r t 4 For Road Service a er - I S U . I , 50 or Hen se ers Ave. uc o ' from 0 I f IT1 n uc o ' CII r n i in los n irro i n V m - . imor Bes ishes I i venue ei n ., ' , . I Complaments of Atlantrc Furmture Products Company Manufacturers of BERKSHIRE HOUSE DINE'l'1'ES Well try to gave thas od 0 lattle decent Rhyme But due to so much homework who has got the tame? However we I1 be sure to take one Iattle lane To wash the best of luck to the CLASS OF 59' Complaments of Charles J Rozek Good Luck from THE GOLDMANS MAC CHARLOTTE HARVEY 8- ELLEN Patronaze your N EIGH BORHOOD PHARMACY MUlberry 5 9822 Open 11 30 A M to 4 OO CHIAPPARELLI S RESTAURANT Famous World Over Kang of Pazza P es 237 S Hugh Street Baltimore 2 Md Joseph Chaopparella Mgr Offace LA 38100 Res LI 24904 Dennls Advertlsrng Publacatlons Incorporated Programs Yearbooks Peraodacals 1602W Mt Royal Avenue Baltimore 17 Md Best Washes to the Graduatang Class of JUNE 1959 Mr 8- Mrs Abe Skwersky Best Work SUBTEENS TEENS JUNIORS Its always open house at IUNIOR WHIRL showang the newest most excatang fashaons or the young sophastacate unlor ,M Z MA 32000 MONDAWMIN Open Evenangs tal 9 Complaments of MR la MRS SIDNEY CAPLAN In LYNNE IOIIY Best Washes to JUNE 1959 Mr 8.Mrs Buddy Yaffe and Farmly Complaments of MANNING S AUTO REPAIR SHOP E A MANNING Propraetor 200 Vrncent Street Baltrrnore 17 Md Congratulataons and Best Washes JUNE 1959 Mr 8. Mrs Meyer Ostrowsky Shop SA 7 5297 Res WI 56879 GEORGE S GARAGE ROAD SERVICE Complete Auto Servace Lubracataon and Oal Change Ta res Botteraes Accessoraes 131 133 N Hugh St laltrmore 2 Md - I : . . : A.M. awanq M.1Dennis ' ' ' BENNY news LAUNDRY L- ' . . . 1 A . l . . to ' ir I ll ll 151 ver smce Forest Porks open mg doy In 1924 theres neorly olwoys been o member of the Dovldson fomnly an the student body of F P H S Good Luck to our Favorlte Hugh School' tr BVI H G IX tnhlismla :tonnes co Good Luck to Good Luck to JUNE 1959 JUNE 1959 from from The Ansells Louls Sllbert Best Wushes to JUNE 59 from The Freedman Famnly Congratulations from ALL THE INKLINGS Scrlbblers Club Forest Park Hugh School Compllments of GOELER S Roz and sol. Congrotulataons to THE CLASS OF 1959 from Mr 81 Mrs Harry Wels Good Luck JUNE 59 from TOWNE INTERIORS 3649 Park Heights Ave FOrest 7 0824 Complnments of LADIES SPORTSWEAR DEPARTMENT WONDER STORES Baltimore and Liberty Streets COmplIm6I'1fS Compllments T e The Romper Room Bert Claster MClClIlZ Fdmlly TV Produchons Good Luck to JUNE 1959 from Mr 8. Mrs Charles Heyman 8- Sons Complnments of The New York Youth Center Washmgton D C E . I . . 1 I I . . . O . , . 1 I I I Q .V pg.. 'f 3' -1 f F if- gfgeil- .g,g:.51 . I . .V,, . , - I . I I , . , - of of u I1 ' ' ll . . . . , . . 152 Good Luck to JUNE 1959 Mr 8. Mrs H H Hoffenberg Compl ments of Best of Luck to Mr 81 Mrs Albert Stark JUNE l959 from THE HOME LAUNDRY CO INC 5424 Pulaslu Highway Balhmore 5 Md Compluments of THE NEW HOWARD HOTEL Best Wushes to JUNE 1959 THE LIBRARY CLUB Mr 8- Mrs I B Cohen Compl ments of Mr 81 Mrs Harry Bart Best W shes MR 8. MRS LESTER SAMET MONROE BAYER UNUSUAL CASUAL CLOTHES 220 Relsterstown Road Pnkesvnlle HUnter 6 1515 THE RALPH J ROSENFIELDS Good L ck and Congratulatnons to FEBRUARY and JUNE 1959 THE CAMERA CLUB Compluments of SH ERRY S SHOES 915 Relsterstown Road HUnter 6 9702 MARIA S 300 Baltnmore s Finest ltaluan Restaurant 300 Albemarle Street MU 5 281 1 Compluments of Compllments FOX S GROCERY GOV' S PASTRY SHOP 2910 Relsterstown Rd LA 3 8668 4509 Harford Road COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES LEIDY CHEMICALS CORPGRATICDN Heavy Industrial Chemicals 920 SOUTH EUTAW STREET BALTIMORE 30 MARYLAND MU 5 2200 l 1 ., . I I . i . . i Congratulations JUNE 1959 U . 1 I ll ll II ' I - - ll ' ' of I I I 153 Compliments of Mr. Bernard S. Moses HI-Fl SHOP 2 North Howard Street BELL BODY WORK 'I627 East Preston Street complete body 8. palnt work factory baked enamel W t JUNE DR 8. MRS JACOB M MILLER 8' EDWARD GERALD ROBINSON MA R Y S U E BUTTER CREAMS an EASTER EGGS sold at your favorite candy counter Compl :ments of UNITED SANITARY CHEMICAL CO Compllments of Mr 8. Mrs Herman Lubcher Judy 81 Ronnle Ben Franklin 5 81 101 Store Louls Sacks 8. Sons 5421 East Drive Arbutus 27 Md Congratulations JUNE 59 Mr 81 Mrs Lauls Epstein 8. Elaine I ncol-pol-ated sMoNosoN rHAnMAcY I Its 5IOI3 FRANKLIN TELEVISION I. APPLIANCE CO ALL MAKES or APPLIANCES 4718 Llsmy n .gm A 4 Best ishes o '59 0 Compliments of . I . ' I ' from Edmondson I Warwick Avn., a 'mon, Md. Phone Gllmore - ' a' venue Best Wnshes to the JUNE 1959 GRADUATING CLASS PIMLICO HOTEL 5301 Pork Helghts Avenue W t e GRADUATES OF JUNE 1959 MR 8. MRS EMANUEL BLOCK Co pl t f MR 81 MRS EMANUEL LUCHINSKY JERRY GEARY FLOWERS 5353 Pork Heights Avenue LI 2 3838 Greenhouses Reusterstown Good Luck to 1959 Mr 8: Mrs Al Kolmon R 81 H MOTORS INC 3429 Belair Road new8.used I we trade 0 bank flnancmg BR 6 0794 BR 6 9380 Best Wnshes for Sucess to the most attractive gurl l know In F P H S on Admnrer .lune 59 wishes to dedrcate this section m memory of our class mate Roslyn Pmsky 2 Compl :ments of TH E ZENTZ PHARMACY 5460 Pork Heights Avenue 8686 TREEMONT FOOD MARKET Complnments of 'THE CLICK Congratulations to JUNE 59 from The Lltmon Fomlly Comphments of Mr 8. Mrs Mendel Weis Compluments of Mrs. Eugene Bertone Mr. 8: Mrs. Albert E. Brown Congratulatnons to JUNE 59 complnments of The Berger Family ond P. B. Best ishes o th m imen s o ' ' I 0 . We specialize in Sports 81 Foreign Cars I 0 e X e e O o Ll' - I ll 155 Best Wishes m 'ments o mpl'men s to the Mr 8: Mrs 1959 YEARBOOK susan B Redlng 17105519 HZ U15 e C pl etsof e LHTTY STEELE MT VERNON ICE CREAM clGAR co Rusty co :Nc Good L Ck Good Luck to C I CLASS of JUNE 1959 JUNE 1959 M 81Ms The Rosenthals Stanley Feldman T e age? H CUSS QUS P eBeef Steo s d Booth Boy Ho bo Lobste s C pl e ts of e At ospheeof Ref e e t EXECUTIVE BOARD of the 15 WEST EAGER STREET GLEE CLUB LE 92704 156 Co pl: f Co 1 t of L Complim nts of om im rm th I, I U JUNE 1959 ongrotu ations to to from r. r . h Servin .. rim k on r r r inc Om im n th m r in m n 1 RICHMAN BROS. It Sopher, Prop. Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Hardware, Pains and Household FV'nISI'I'l9S Eleclric Floor Sanders Rented 4627 Liberty Heights Ave. Phone: Liberty 2-9058-59 Best Wishes Sherry Layton Phone: ID. 5-1154 Andy s Lounge 8. Restaurant 4705 York Road Baltimore 12 Md CINDERELLA SHOE STORES 5100 Park Heights Avenue 4422 Park Heights Avenue Sincerest Congratulations to the CLASS OF FEBRUARY 1959 IRVIN CLEANERS 910 Poplar Grove Street R F THEATRE5 Baltimore Maryland Good Luck from Mr 8i Mrs Morris Kesner Mr 81 Mrs Albert Scherman CIRCLE CREDIT CORP 1059 Hrllen Street Our Specialty Confldentlcil Loans Phone For A Loan PL 2 7340 CONCRETE CONST CO INC 2215 N Monroe Street Compliments of Mr 81 Mrs lzaac Marks and Susan GOOD WORK IS A HABIT WITH US NOONAN BROTHERS CALVIRT JACK Gas Water Heaton Free Estimates OR 5 0746 WI 7 4142 PE 2 4320 2117 Fleet Street laltlnore 31 Md Good Luck LOUIE GRAMP Best Wishes to FEBRUARY l959 MR 8. MRS MORRIS SIEGEL In FAMILY RODEMEYER S L MAITLAND S SUNOCO SERVICE STATION North li lllalnont Aves laltunora 16 Md Phone LO 6 9663 With The Best Washes of Samuel N Friedel Congressman 7th District I I . I ' I O O O O, O C O ll ll Gas Heating Contractors - Alteration Jobbing - Repairs from - T- - n u i , . 1 1 ' I 57 Compliments of 81 Mrs Louis J Cator Best of Luck to the Members of the CLASS OF FEBRUARY 59 MR 81 MRS JOSHUA PELOVITZ Best Wishes to the CLASS OF FEBRUARY 1959 8- MRS HARRY GREEN Good Luck FEBRUARY 59 from Morrls 81 Tony Compliments of SHIPPY MEUSHAW FRANKLIN TOWN INN DONSTON MOTORS INC TIA THE HOWARD W FORD CO 4721 Liberty Heights Ave Baltimore 7 Maryland UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE Coeducatlonal SCHOOL OF LAW avsu svsnmo P CLASSES-THREE EVENINGS A WEEK PR LAW 2 Y SCHOOL OF BUSINESS INDUSTRY AND MANAGEMENT JYEAR DAY a even EVENING P Q JUNIOR COLLEGE 2 YEAR DAY d 3 YEAR EVENING P g A Write or Call for Booklet 1420 N CHARLES ST BALTIMORE 1 MARYLAND YOU TOO CAN DRIVE If you can walk you can drive For Appointment PL 2 2900 ACE DRIVING SCHOOL Lessons 9 a m 9 p m Sylvan Bass P op LAKEIN S JEWELRY CO Dnamonds Watches Jewelry 5400 Harford Road 515 S Broadway FOrest 7 4410 VARIED PRINTING CO Commercial 5256 Park Heights Ave Baltimore 'I5 Md Robert E Franz Creatrve Copy and Planning Compliments of D Congratulations to FEBRUARY 1959 The Feldman Family Compliments of FATHER 8. SON SHOPS 3818 Liberty Heights Ave 1326 Relsterstovn Rd Plkesvrlle Headquarters for Student Clothes Best Washes from BENNETT S FOOD PRODUCTS SCHWEITZER BROS Plumbing Heating Appliances Showroom 2277 Reusterstovn Road MAduson 3 4977 PLIBRICO SALES Br SERVICE 5224 Fanrlavn Ave Baltimore 'I5 Md Refractory Engineering Construction for Boilers lncrnerators 8- Industrial Furnaces 158 - 1 . . . . Mr. . . MR. . II II , . Q ' I - gram leading to tho LLB. deg q I'fi I th Maryland State Ba Examinations. E- - ear Day or 3-Year Evening Program qualines tor L S h 1. . . - . . , I' . r - an - ro rams leading to the B.S. d g ' I A ' g, B inesx Management, Finance, Industrial Monageme t, M lr ' g, . d T I' . - - ro rams in Liberal At G I Ed - tion, leading to the .A. degree. . . . , O . . 'I I 0 ' . . . . . . - U E. . S. V ra rr I Q . o 0 . . . 'I I ' Compliments of NATIONAL WALLPAPER CO Exclusive distributors "WALL-TEX" 4415 Reisterstown Road Llberty 2-3300 Our Sincere Congratulations to FEBRUARY 1959 Best Wishes from A FRIEND Best Wishes HEDY M SACHS BARBARA E SACHS Compl ments of E F F I HENRY BLANCHE 8- STEFANI LYNN SCHERR Western Mrll 81 Lumber Company, Inc New Location 4300 Milford Mull Road off Relsterstown Rd HUnter 6 5980 PENTHOUSE DRESS SHOP 5323 Park Heights Avenue OPEN WEDNESDAY Second Good Luck to the CLASS OF FEBRUARY 1959 MR 81 MRS MAURICE PELOVITZ CROSS COUNTRY CLOTHES 1437 Relsterstown Rd Plkesvllle 8 Md HU 6 5177 FOREST VENDING MACHINE 5 Hot Coffee 8. Soda Machines Complete Vending Service FOrest 7 8945 Good Luck to FEBRUARY 59 from STEVEN 8. FREDDIE ASHMAN BARBARA HARVEY 81 ARNOLD MACKLIN EDWARD SPENCE SANDLER MR 8. MRS SYDNEY STARK MR 8. MRS AL ACKERMAN ARLENE JOYCE LEVIN L G BALFOUR COMPANY 406 W Saratoga St Baltimore 1 Md LE 9 4066 Herb Brown EBERHART S SERVICE Established 1911 LAWN MOWERS SALES 8t SERVICE 5205 Wmdsor Mull Rd Llberty 2 6739 Company, lnc 123 Market Place Baltimore 2 Maryland J B NICHOLS 81 SON 9 E Camden Street Baltimore 2 Md PLaza 2 1411 WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS Phone FO est 7 2341 L E E COIFFEUR DESIGNER 3603 W Rogers Avenue at Pork Helghts Ave Triangle Hardware 81 Palnts 9030 Liberty Road Randallstown Maryland Sol and Sylvia Greenberg PENN BROS INC Exclusive Plymouth Dealers 4109 19 Relsterstown Road Balhmore 15 Md LIBERTY RADIO 8: TELEVISION SERVICE HIGH FIDELITY OUR SPECIALTY Sound and Music Systems Auto Radios Repaired 5218 Pork Heughts Ave Balhmore 15 Maryland Llberty 2 9457 Compliments of MO 4 7100 SIDNEY Lsvv 9 - CO. s T I c o . - L' 2-H24 HOC' Charles Hirshey Clothing HAL BETTY THE MILLERS KENNY ELLEN PHYLLIS JACK and ANDY GLAZER GEORGES FLOWER SHOP FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Floral Desngns Corsages Bouquets 515 W Lex ngton Street Baltnnore 1 Md Open Sundays PLoza 2 9285 Compllment of RICKY S SHOE STORE 2307 E Monument Street 24 Hour Servlce Phone PEabody 2 1647 Adam .I Gmurek 81 Son REGISTERED PLUMBING Heating 81 Tlnnung Oul Burner Sales 81 Servnce Electrical Appliances and Kitchen Unnts 2305 Fleet Street Baltimore 24 Md AdamJ Gmurek Compliments of A FRIEND REISINGER SIGHLER COMPANY FURNITURE APPLIANCES 8. FLOOR COVERINGS 612 14 Waslungton Boulevard Presented by W J Pattle FRENCH CLUB Good Luck to FEBRUARY 1959 Mr 81 Mrs Morton Club SERVICE WHILE YOU WAIT .IIMMIES SHOE REPAIR 905 Wlntelock Street Baltumore 17 Md MET BARBER SHOP 2501 Pennsylvamo Avenue Where the men n wh te se ve you rught Day TU 9 3794 Nnte HO 7 8137 BURGESS AUTO SERVICE ONE STOP SERVICE We are equupped to servlce all your car troubles 41st Street near Falls Road Baltlmore 11 Md Sydney T Burgess Prop Complnments of MR 8- MRS LOUIS ROCKMAN and FAMILY Good Luck FEBRUARY 1959 Good Luck to FEBRUARY 1959 Mr 81 Mrs Davld Powell Phone MU 5 6790 Open 11 a m to 3 a WHITE RICE INN CHINESE AMERICAN RESTAURANT House Special Dmner Served Exclusively ln Baltimore Somethung New' Different' Tasty Dellclous Lobster Egg Roll Barbecued Spare Rubs 320 Park Avenue Baltimore 1 Md Arr Conditioned Congratulations to FEBRUARY 1959 Mr 81 Mrs Morton Hackerman Congratulatuons to FEBRUARY 1959 from Mr Macks I I . i - , T , . I ' I . I ' . , . I I ' O , I . I ' . ' and Michael I , - . . .m. - . Q I I . I ' U O I . " i i r ' " I 160 1959 YEARSOOK LOUIS CAAP SHOES R'DE6'fAafgffg cigom THE SOUTHERN BEEF C ets Wllk 73 3 Shop ot HOLIDAY S F TopVol odLo P s Cogctlolos HOLIDAY SHOE STORE FEBRUARY 1959 3 WLe gt S Balt oe'I d We the olurnnn of Forest Pork Hugh School Assocnotuon wash to expess our oppreclotnon to Mass Butler for her untnnng efforts over the yeors THE FOREST PARK HIC-H SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFFICERS President Roy Bevons Treosurer Dons Struven Recording Secretory LoVerne Peoch Correspondlng Secretory Evelyn Brown Adviser Mass Genevieve P Butler Assnstont Adviser Doris Struven SACHS JUNIOR SHOES C0 9 0' 'CIO Mond Shopp gCe te FEBRUARY l959 pl e ts to e K A S l I959 YEARBOOK W FEBRUARY 1959 A SPECIAL FRIEND David Merrlll l6l Compliments to the ffom Complim n of ens A 33 or ues n w rice rl r U in to 7 . xin on t., imr ,M. I . . . . I Vice-President ............ Anno Chombers n r u i n to awmin in n r Com im n th Best lshes to Comphments of Mr 81 Mrs E D Rubin CompIIments of Mr 8. Mrs Charles Muller and Barbara CorIgrcItuIotIons to FEBRUARY 1959 Comphments of Thomas T Parker CompIIments of DEMBA S PHARMACY 2200 E Jefferson Street Baltlmore 5 Maryland BRoodwoy 6 9888 DON T LOSE YOUR TEMPER CALL Kemper Contracting Co Complete Home Improvements MA 3 2277 Good Luck from A FRIEND Phones L1berty281OO 8101 8102 The Hughes Lumber Co T OIIver Hughes Best WIsI'Ies LUMBER MILLWORK BUILDING SUPPLIES Ma"YIand ofhce SUPPIY son 5026 Remersfown Rd Balnmofe 15 Md Company, Inc Dome' CONOY Gen Mgr 111 W Baltimore Street CompIImerIts of CO"9'mU'O"O"S LEE s or BROADWAY LFON AL BECK DANIELLE MITCH ond DICK HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Best WIsl'Ies to FEBRUARY 1959 Mr 81 Mrs Gllbert Hnllman 1 6 I U ' NELSON PRYOR 1 I 2 PENN UPHOLSTERY, INC. CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS and UPHOLSTERY 1403 Laurens Street MAdnson 3 5802 Best Wishes THE STIEFF COMPANY slLvsRsMlTHs s. 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Q' c as .L ,Q 5' final' 9 . , I sf! ST -b E We enter to learn and go forth by the gym' SENIOR FAREWELL ASSEMBLY 5 Z THE DAY HAD ARRlVED' The class of June l959 was about to soy farewell to Forest Park lt was to be a day of joy marknng an end to twelve years of homework tests and teach ers It was to be a day of happy celebration weak appetites throughout the celebratuon breakfast and why dld tears appear on the faces of every sensor throughout the entire fare well assembly? These happy go lucky graduates found themselves wrshung for just one more nnght of homework remembering all therr test marks fthose above 90 that Isl and lookang for ward to vssutlng agaln the cruel teachers who l-l sto y epeats ltself gulded them through the most wonderful years of their lives at Forest Park Keep that mouth closed ar watch out for flnes 5 A 1 1 t 4 A. ' , . A fr A I ' 1 l me - fs I Q fs.-1 9 , i Af' 'X r :S f A l f ,P l . A s v ,E ...., I . I i - A - - But why were there long faces and surprisingly f at T - - , A Xxx X I, I 4 ' . vw' fy, lr T 3 ' T T ,T I l . " , , l 1 '+ 1-"' 'Til' I thtnk your skate S on the rang end Granted Honorable discharge from PS 964406 Street Up at 2 P M to sleep at 99 A M Outstandmg mlsslons Battalion 59 ndnng the waves at Trtton Beach Complete massacre of the Colnseum by 500 roller skaters and then there were those partnes more parties and then some more Orders for F P H S veterans Be prepared for a reunaon In five years Words to Ilve by We belong to a mutual ad murotuon society tull the end of tame' Those gurls In whlte wall serve you rght EXTRA EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES .ix Q31 NJ Yes Sl ' Even graduation sensors ne er outgrow the r need for mtlk .. :Q -A 1 'ff I . ' . Q Q by J W W I tl -, ' . J .tg Q ' W 9 Q . J .sr 1 ' 1.1 D X ' l H A y s C- as ,T ' , 'ti , N . -l 4, Q- i I I W A In g Post-graduate orders: The life of Riley on Easy ' - - - i V A 1 ' E 'E ,TW , 1 A ,VT :A l k' N 1--' ' 1 - W, 3, J. A S N, . f-y Y R T J - I F '- ,g . K M r. y ' Cf X Nz' w"f:' n .. I9 my rv Q fx F5 Pl Ekxvif Wi' 'FW' M' fifugwwimmm' L? Qi? if ff fa 1 . 19 . . Q 'Q D Mx' f'?K4.9f39hl,m 'G K. 16,9 'g V Q, Y' tl: R.,wg,.:'f Hzq' 'cj E '.. LUV N-kd mg' 195-'fllgfhg' V f' 'H 'Fi 'W' In lm kg? ',EVMCDS:1 'm"""'l'1X sn Pi Us 'C' 'W' "fi 4 '23 xv I Ya-. .-w EY M Hg.: P" V9 U H 4 av nv' P- 'Q In H11 -' '1' '1' Y 111 f-W " ' 1 Q T I Y Q Q 544' ' :' Ti . A Cong rotulotions, Mayor GrodyY .arise 959 GRADUATIGN Q42 va, . A ,f ,diff if Q '-7 lip V lu 5 VF3 I9 ki' tag Ein 'lm H px 'qv lin 'lo I9 Lp lfi IG f '6lmfP lf9t:vf"'lhlfwI in 'pi lmlfilnu l-' "?' -u'?lP f' if G aduation High school graduation is an event which every student dreams about, On June lO, it came for Forest Park's senior class, June, l959. As the Forest- er sat on the stage to receive his diploma, thoughts of happy high school experiences flooded his mind. As he listened to mayor J. Harold Grady speak to him about future responsibilities, his face displayed the hope and determination to fulfill his goals, Marching down the aisle, diploma in hand, he was a Forester, he was a graduate, he was tomorrow's world. , . . and they don't seem the least bit nervous, fig W 1 3 ."' '1 , r 1 i 1 "5 1 1 f ... W... 4 1 K f 4'- . 5 Q . A Are YOU engaged?? wa' 443' 'V' ' PROM Presenting our first lady, Wendy Decker. Next stop - Tuxedo Junction, U.S.A. - And one last fling as the Class of June, 1959. As an appetizer to their prom, the graduates feasted on everything from soup ' to nuts at the Lord Baltimore Hotel on June 8, l959. At twelve midnight, there was sudden darkness and quiet. Each member of the class turned his ring and of- ficially became an alumnus of Forest Park High School. For the first time this year, Casper, the friendly June, l959 mascot, vanished from his home in room 207 and unexpectedly appeared to wish his 500 fans a fond but ghostly good luck. .749 FN igiidzcf ' 23 S East, drink, and , , . . ,, . H . -A ,..A...i-...----A-5' ,v'lnuc.s..n.- if---45-421-f""" . I .. ,..., - ., -i . ... Q., td..-v""'T' JAM. f . ' , pl e ts o 6 BENJAMIN PREISSMAN TIA BENJAMIN REALTY COMPANY C J Mas ESTHER PRBISSMAN H H Good L ck to o WHOLESALE PLUMBWG E ZHEATG SUPPUES BARBARA HOFFMAN ETTA sHAvlTz S B d a d MARSHA RAFFEL Co pl etso FOOD MARKET INC Ma atRoadadSeenMIeL e J 8. D Pkg neamaql a HU 6 6700 Good L ck .Ioln The Forest Park Hugh gchool ALUMNI ASSGCIATION Com im rm f Complim nts of nd H. . K. s 0 I o U Goo Friend from on 434 " e"' " "ue PHILLIP DAVID sl-IEILAH WEINRAUB' Essex 2I, Md. MUrdock 7-2384 ' ' Custom Kitch 81 Both Rooms n m im n f u I I I rn n v i on , , i e vi , an I 5 -1--.gnu s . ,O ' x Vrk' S ' K N faflffgizl' ,i Z y ', ? 9, 1 . - ,wiv . 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