Forest Park High School - Forester Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1964
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Text from Pages 1 - 180 of the 1964 volume:
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Foresi' Pork High School
The i964 FORESTER
Anita Fisher 8: Lindo Zierler
Co-Editors in Chief
"Death comes to all, but great achievements leave l
y a monument which will stand until the sun grows cold."
The thirty-titth President ot the United States
was the leader ot a new generation that had dedi-
ltated itselt to shaping a brave new world.
He was the picture ot youth and its ideals.
Puring his short administration, the country was
revived by the boyish spirit ot adventure, dis-
covery, and growth.
l He was the symbol ot courage in a world ridden
He was a man ot integrity who believed in the
integrity ot others.
A cold bullet took his lite from him and him
America is called a country ot racial discrimina-
tion, but Negro and white were united in mourning
tor a man who had tried to end that discrimination.
America is said to be a secular country, a Prot-
estant country, but its President was a devout
Catholic. Churches and snyagogues throughout
this country and the world were tilled with mourn-
ers on November 23 and for days afterward.
The world is beset by a cold war. Yet, people
everywhere from rich to poor, from proud to
humble, were united in bewilderment and sorrow
at the death ot a leader and triend.
He has been buried, but his spirit will live on
May John Fitzgerald Kennedy rest in peace.
John Fifzgerold Kennedy
A world to be born under your footsteps"
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The doors of Forest Park High School are open,
and ci new world is to be born-a world ot learn-
ing, participating, and serving. Because the
Forester is still young, he can open his minol to
the wide fields ot knowledge presented to him,
because he is maturing, he questions. He has a
hungry desire to learn and is not satisfied until
he knows what is right.
Once the Forester has questioned, he must
learn. To become a well-rounded person, he must
not only study to learn, lout also participate in
extra activities, Because he is young, he has varied
interests, because he is maturing, he realizes his
potential and strives to enrich it. To be a part of
the stir ot activity at 2:05 P.M. in the gym, the
auditorium, or the classroom is enough to encour-
age him to "ioin."
"To you, Forest Park we are loyal
Having participated, the Forester learns to
serve. Questioning and learning constitute only one
part of the growth of the individual. Now he must
understand. Because the Forester is young, he can
accept the knowledge presented to hirng because
he is maturing, he learns to weigh the facts and
judge wisely. In his three years at Forest Park,
he has not been presented with an ordinary educa-
tion because along with learning the facts, he has
gained an insight into their meaning. A world has
been born under his footsteps . . , a world ot
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Our love will survive,
For we always will sfrive
To keep if olive
Our records may nof be The longesf
Buf our spirif is ever The sfrongesf
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We hold our sfcmdards higher
For love's undying fire
Calls Us and urges us on!
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Our flag of green cmd silver
waves on high.
O, may ifs pride and glory
And may ifs influence
on Foresf Pork High
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And afier all of Us have
gone from here,
And Foresf Park expands
from year fo year,
We know fhe school will
sfill belong fo us
For we belong fo Foresf Pork,
For we belong fo Foresf Pork
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In solving a school problem, Miss Duval consults members ofthe faculty.
Miss Duval takes time out to read the Press.
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"Those having torches will
When June '64 entered Forest Park, Miss Dor-
othy Duval had iust taken over the office of prin-
cipal and had already begun formulating bene-
ficial changes for her administration.
As chief executive of Forest Park, Miss Duval
has numerous and varied tasks. Her primary in-
terest is to educate the students. One of the means
for this is through the coordinating and supervis-
ing of all schedules, and of old as well as new
courses. By interviewing new teachers, she can
distribute the work equally among the faculty
and according to their desires and abilities.
Although Miss Duval entered with us, she will
remain with the school to perpetuate the goals
and ideals which we now uphold as we "go forth
Forest Park is fortunate in having two dedicated
vice-principals, Dr. Charles Cramer and Dr.
Virginia Roeder. Dr. Cramer is responsible for
discipline of the boys and for business transactions
ot the schoolg he is also co-adviser to the Boys'
Leaders' Club and adviser to the Student Govern-
Dr. Roeder, who came to Forest Park this year,
takes care of attendance and supervises schedule-
making. In addition to being the disciplinarian of
the girls, Dr. Roeder is co-adviser to the Girls'
pass them on to others."
Dr. Cramer offers a student some friendly advice
Working together, the vice principals prepare ideas for
Dr. Roeder helps a student find answers to her questions. school projects.
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In the guidance office, Seniors take advantage of the college
"Good counsel has no price."
The Guidance Department gives the student in-
dividual aid during his years at Forest Park. The
counselor meets with each Forester in his sopho-
more and junior years to help him select his curri-
culum. When he is a senior, the student is given in-
valuable help concerning his graduation plans,
whether they include college or a iob.
Through her counsel, Miss Sharp sets many students on the road to college.
Miss Clements, the counselors' secretary,
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During school, pupils use the library facilities for homework or reading pleasure.
"The proper study of mankind is books."
The library, an essential part of the school,
provides books, magazines, and other materials
which supplement and enrich classroom instruction,
stimulate the interests of the students, and contrib-
ute to their development as individuals. The services
ofthe library are available to all pupils and teach-
In the magazine section, students browse through periodi-
Foresters use the library for supplementary study.
of Seniors concentrate on grammar rules.
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Journalism sfudenfs carefully study each issue of the "Press.
"Reading makefh a full man,
Conference a ready man,
and wrifing an exaci man."
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As part of the drama curriculum, lecrern
readings are presented.
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The largest department in the school, English,
offers several specialized programs in addition to
the college preparatory and general curricula. An
enriched college preparatory program provides
opportunities for an intensive study of literature
and literary analysis. In the twelfth grade iournal-
ism and creative writing course, a year of spe-
cialized work and study in writing is provided. Both
drama major and drama minor programs are
available as part of the curriculum.
Further reflecting the wide scope of activities
provided by the English department are organiza-
tions and activities which include the Forest Park
Press, the annual school play, drama matinees,
the Scribblers, a club for students interested
in creative writing, and Tangent, a literary annual.
Drama majors take a minute to rela
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H. Habel J. Hoffman M. Leikach C, Lon R, Martin L. Pratt
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In biology laboratory, pupils observe live specimens.
The Science Department offers enriched, regu-
lar, and basic courses in biology, physics, and
chemistry. Of these subiects, biology, generally a
part of the tenth grade curriculum, is the only one
which is compulsory, with chemistry and physics
being offered as electives in the eleventh and
twelfth grades. A course in any one of these sci-
ences is comprised of three class periods and
two laboratory periods each week. During
laboratory, students perform experiments pertain-
ing to their current classroom work. In addition,
interested students may ioin the Biology or
and calls the
Physics students ponder over a laboratory experiment.
H. Hirsch G. Blurnbefg P' Dipaulo M. Hutt J. Krieger C. Lichtenstein
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the universe around him, adventure Science.
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Analytics students discuss perplexing problems.
The Mathematics Department at Forest Park
maintains high standards while attempting to
satisfy the pupil needs at various levels. Conse-
quently, enrichment and regular college prepara-
tory courses are offered in addition to general
academic, general technical, and basic courses.
The latter are not college preparatory, lout ener-
getic students ofthe general academic course who
prove themselves during the tenth grade have the
opportunity to transfer to the regular college pre-
This program has helped students to gain
entrance to colleges and universities of high stand-
ing and in some cases to receive advanced standing.
ln Math ll, pupils further their knowledge of algebra
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"Mathematics possesses not only truth,
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The Social Studies Department offers a variety
of courses which provide the student with vital in-
formation concerning the world around him. United
States history, the only required course, thor-
oughly traces the development of our nation. For
the first time this year, world culture and world civil-
ization, two enriched programs, are open to any
twelfth grade student who meets the requirements.
Other courses open to all students include geo-
graphy, modern problems, and modern world
Through the study of history, students gain an
understanding of the events which have affected
the present condition of the world and an apprecia-
tion of the developments which have taken place in
In U.S. History, Dr. Liebman points out an interesting fact.
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language is the most astonishing."
Language students goin valuable speaking and listening ' if Y I U
experiences in the lab.
The Foreign Language Department at Forest
Park offers courses in Latin, French, Spanish, and
German. In the program, students gain training in
comprehending and speaking the foreign tongue
and develop skill in reading and writing. Each
modern language class makes use of the labora-
tory where students listen to tapes of their partic-
ular language. In the advanced courses, students
study the literature and history of the foreign
country in the native tongue.
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Office aids do helpful typing and filing,
ln a business education class, students take dictation.
The Business Education curriculum is quite
inclusive in order to prepare the students upon
graduation for many positions in the business
world. The students are prepared to become typ-
ists, stenographers, bookkeepers, file clerks, gen-
eral clerks, and machine operators.
In addition to studying the subiects relating to
the above mentioned positions, the students study
Business Organization, Economics, and Law. They
learn about actual business procedures through
the Business Service Club, and Future Business
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By comparing their needlework projects, art majors are able to obtain constructive
"Art is not a thing: it is a way."
An art major works intently with her paintbrush.
As an elective subject at Forest Park, art may
be taken as a special, minor, or maior subject.
Working with various media, students develop
creativity, ingenuity, imagination, craftsmanship,
and personal expression. Assignments include two
and three dimensional proiects, with trips to
museums and exhibits rounding out the cultural
Miss Hurnfelcl helps cz student with clay work.
During music, students porticipote in o closs singolong.
"The only universol tongue."
Forest Pork's Music Department offers o voried
ond thorough progrom. In the music minor course,
students study the history ot music ond goin on
oppreciotion ot the works ot the greot compos-
ers. Students moy tcike music moior in chorus,
bond, or orchestro. In these courses, the student
con exercise his vocol or instrumentol obility in
odolition to leorning elements of composition,
theory, ond vocol techniques.
The Coed Chorale brightens the Loyolty Doy Assembly
Mrs. Gollos supervises while pupils wo:
scenery for the Winter Music Assemhlif
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Industrial Arts students gain practical exercise with ma-
"Work is the sustenance
of noble minds."
The Industrial Arts Department offers the stu-
dents of Forest Park High School an important
supplement ot their work in the academic classes.
In this area of instruction, the primary obiective
is to give the student an opportunity to become
acquainted with the technical and industrial pro-
cesses which are so prevalent in our modern
Pupils are given worthwhile experiences in
the areas ot metal work, wood work, electricity,
and drafting. While no attempt is made to reach a
set vocational obiective, the student does achieve
enough familiarity with the basic tool skills and
technical information in each industrial 'field to
create a vocational interest in a particular area.
Mechanical drawing is an important phase of industrial arts
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Cooking students learn valuable skills to be used in later life
"That's what education means,
to be able to do what you've
never done before."
The Home Economics Department endeavors
to teach "future homemakersn appreciations and
skills which are related to the various phases of
home life. The courses in clothing, family living,
and foods may be taken as either a minor, special,
pupils learn helpful Uses of 'he or maior in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades.
1 Clothing students model their work.
Boys scrimmage during football practice.
"A strong body makes
The Physical Education program at -Forest
Park consists of class instruction, intramurals, and
interscholastic athletics with emphasis being
placed upon developing physical fitness and
improving skills. The department also stresses the
importance of creating a favorable attitude and
appreciation regarding oneself and others.
Basketball is a favorite winter sport in the girls' gym.
At Forest Park, girls are required to take swimming as part ofthe physical education curriculum,
In the junior year, girls learn fable tennis skills
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Af the beginning of each gym period, boys warm up by exercising.
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Mr. Meushaw instructs new drivers. Besides learning howto drive, pupils observe car parts.
"AIlons! the road is before us."
Forest Park's contribution towards safer driving
is in the form of its Driver Education course. In-
structed by Mr. Meushaw, students not only practice
the actual handling of a car, but also have lessons
about automobile safety. Through the use of a text-
book, pamphlets, and films, pupils acquire the in-
formation needed for safe driving habits. This
course teaches students to be better, more cour-
The rnost exciting part of drivers' education is, of course, the driving itself.
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CUSTODIAL STAFF, From Row: Mr. Romm, Mrs. Massey, Mrs. Wilkins, Mr. McKnight, Mr. Handy, Mr. Toney, Mr. Peliigrevv. Second Row: Mrs. Giles,
Mrs. Christian, Mrs. While, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Gadow, Mrs. Mooney. Third Row: Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Pearson, Mrs. Marshall, Mr. Holland, Mr. Johnson.
Alton V. Pettigrew
1905-'I964 Mrs. Sharfafz and Mrs. Surasky insrrucr their aids.
Many essential services are performed for The
school by the nurse, The janitorial staff, the diet-
icians, cmd the office staff, composed of Mrs. ,
Karloff and Mrs. Leech.
"A teacher affects eternity, he can never tell
where his influence stops."
Anderson, Coleman M., B.S., M.A., Physical Education, Base-
ball Coach, Basketball Coach
Baer, Hazel M., A.B., Library
Bagwell, Nellie, A.B., Modern Language
Blewett, Peter, B.A. Dipiome D'Etudes Politiques, Social
Bloom, Anna K., B.S., M.Ed., English
Blumberg, Gilbert, B.S., Science
Bobbitt, Eleanor, M.A., English, Club Council, Adviser
Breitenbach, Robert E., B.S., M.Ed., Social Studies
Brennan, Joan, B.A., M.A.T., English
Brewer, Melisande M., B.S., Home Economics
Brooks, Helen G., B.C.S., B.A., Business Education
Brown, C. Georgia, B.A., M.A., Modern Language, June '65,
Brusowankin, Edith W., B.S., Social Studies
Burger, John F., Jr., B.E., English, FORESTER, Editorial
Burltom, Selma R., M.A., English, Wednesday Morning Club,
Adviser, FORESTER, Assistant Faculty Business Manager-
Burnett, Lela R., B.S., M.S., Home Economics
Burr, Mariorie, B.A., M.A.T., English
Butler, Rose, M.A., Physical Education, Intramural Activities
Caldwell, Patricia, A.B., English
Cann, Charles S., A.B., M.A., English, Press, Editorial Adviser
Cochran, Dora Jean, B.B.A., Business Education
Cohen, Jerry M., B.S., M.Ed., Guidance, Board of Student Re-
views, Counselor, June '66
Cooper, Mildred, B.A., Math
Corbett, Ruth, B.S., Business Education, Business Education
Corral, Gloria F., M.A., Modern Language, Spanish Club,
Culley, Alfred E., B.S., M.A., Math, Math Department, Head
Dandridge, Irene B., B.S., Business Education, Business Ser-
vice Club, Adviser
Danenberg, Isadore A., B.S., M.Ed., Math
Dean, Frances W., B.A., Home Economics, Home Economics
Dettmore, Donald E., M.A., Social Studies, U.N.Y. Club,
DiPaula, Philip J., B.S., Science, Senate, Adviser, J.V. Track
Dixon, Nancy M., B.S., Physical Education, Intramural
Dohler, J. Edward, Jr., B.S., Math
Dutterer, Malcolm A., Jr., B.S., Social Studies
Edelman, Evelyn, B.S.S.A., B.A., Business Education
Edmonds, George F., A.B., English, Drama Club, Adviser
Ekas, Alice A., B.S., Business Education, Press, Business
Fischer, Paul J., B.Mus.Ed., M.Mus.Ed., Music, Girls' Sopho-
more Glee Club, Men's Chorus, Adviser
Fishbein, Sidney, B.S., Social Studies, Open Forum Club,
Gallos, Anna, B.M., Music, Co-Ed Chorale, Treble Choir,
Gessler, Margaret, B.A., Modern Language, Girls' Leaders'
Gettig, Jay A., B.S., Math
Goldstein, Ruth, B.A., English, FORESTER, Editorial Adviser
Grady, James O.W., B.S., Math
Greenwood, Diana L., Physical Education, Speedball and
Archery Teams, Aquatic Club, Adviser
Grimm, Margaret, B.S., Physical Education
Habel, Herbert P., B.A., A.M., English
Hardman, Francis, B.A., M.Ed., Math, Math Club, Adviser,
FORESTER, Faculty Business Manager
Harris, Lillian K., B.S., Business Education
Himmel, Mildred, B.S., Business Education
Hirsch, Henry G., B.S., Science, Science Department, Head
Hoffman, Judith A., B.A., English
Humfeld, Marian A., A.B., M.A., Art, Art Club, Co-Adviser,
Art Department, Chairman
Hutt, Mildred A., A.B., Science
Jackson, Joan A., B.S., Business Education
Jarrett, Robbie, B.A., Business Education
Jensen, J. Sidney, B'.M., Music, Band, Orchestra, Adviser,
Music Department, Chairman.
Johns, Chester, B.S., Guidance, Counselor, June '65
Kahn, Mildred L., B.S., Business Education, June '64, Co-
Kalvan, Bernard, B.A., Modern Language, June '64, Co-
Kamaroff, Sarah H., B.S., M.Ed., Guidance, Guidance De-
partment, Chairman, Counselor, June '66, Four Square
Krieger, Joseph L., B.S., LL.B., Science, Chess Club, Adviser
Lee, Frank D., B.S., Physical Education, Athletic Director
Leikach, Marsha, B.A., English
Levinson, Celeste W., B.A., Social Studies, Public Speaking
Lewis, Jean A., B.S., Business Education, F.B.L.A. Club, Adviser
Lichtenstein, Cecile M., B.A., Science, Physics Club, Chemistry
Liebman, Rebekah, B.S., M.A., D.Ed., Social Studies
Loomis, Chassie G., Library, Library Club, Adviser
Lott, Clarinda, B.A., M.A.T., English, Scribblers' Club, Ad-
viser, Folksinging Club, Adviser
Lumsden, Milton, B.S., Industrial Arts, Varsity Football, Var-
sity Lacrosse, Varsity Wrestling Coach, Industrial Arts
Madei, Ilva S., A.B., Modern Language, German Club,
Martin, Robert E., A.B., English, Cross Country, Track Coach,
Boys' Leaders' Club, Boys' Opportunity Club, Adviser
Meseroll, Ellen, B.S., Science
Meushaw, Gearl W., B.S., Industrial Arts, Proiection Crew,
Molnar, Nancy A., B.A., Modern Language, French Club,
Morrison, Donald B., B.S., Physical Education, J.V. Football,
J.V. Baseball, J.V. Wrestling Coach
Mussenden, Lydia, M.S., Home Economics, Home Economics
Peterson, Harold, B.A., Industrial Arts, Art Metal Club, Ad'
Pratt, Laurlene S., B.A., M.A., English, School Play, Adviser
Press, Joseph P., B.S., Industrial Arts
Redd, Saphronia, B.S., Business Education
Rhodes, Suzanne, B.A., English
Rich, Bessie A., M.Ed., Social Studies, News Views Club
Ritter, Ronald, B.S., Business Education, Stage Crew,
Rimmka, Sniegute, B.A., Modern Language, German Club,
Rogers, Hermia S., B.S., Science
Rohlsen, Lucille, B.S., Math
Rossmeisl, Martha, B.S., Modern Language, Modern Langu-
age Department, Head
Round, Simeon J., B.S., M.A., English, English Department,
Sagel, Gerald, B.S., Industrial Arts, Track Coach
Savage, Dorothy, B.A., Science
Schramm, Charlotte, B.S., Modern Language, French Club,
Sharp, Helen F., A.B., M.A., Guidance, F.T.A. Co-Adviser,
Counselor, June '64
Silbert, Keel, B.A., M.Ed., Social Studies, Social Studies De-
Slaughter, Ernestine, B.S., M.Ed., Business Education, School
Smolkin, Charles, B.A., English
Stewart, Shirley, B.S., M.A., Physical Education, Modern
Dance, Girls' Sports Association, Adviser
Sunshine, Rachelle, B.A., Physical Education, Badminton,
Basketball, Modern Dance Club.
Tilden, Eleanor C., B.S., Business Education
Tsottles, Gus J., B.S., M.Ed., Social Studies, June '65, Co-
Tuerk, Helga, A.B., Modern Language, Latin Club, Adviser
Tyler, Margaret J., A.B., Social Studies, FORESTER, Assistant
Faculty Business Manager
Unitas, Frances, Science Laboratory Assistant
Vogel, Grace, B.S., Science, Biology Club, Adviser
Waesche, Charles S., Jr., B.A., LL.B, Social Studies, Assistant
Football Coach, J.V. Basketball, J.V. Lacrosse Coach
Waldman, Alvin, B.S., Phg. Pharmacy, Science, Lawyers'
Wallace, A. Clark, B.S.E., Science, Physics Club, Bridge Club,
Warner, Wayne S., B.S., Math, J.V. Football, J.V. Lacrosse,
Sophomore Basketball Coach
Weikel, Stewart W., P,E., Industrial Arts
Weinstein, Rose, Science Laboratory Assistant
Westerberg, Herman, B.A., M.A., Guidance, Counselor,
Willis, Lois, B.S., Physical Education, Archery, Tennis Coach
Wormser, Marcia, B.S., B.Ed., English
Zolet, Hyman, B.S., Physical Education, Varsity Club, Varsity
Football, Swimming Coach
Zvonar, Joyce G., B.S., Art, Art Club. Co-Adviser
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STUDENT BOARD OF REVIEWSfSitting: P. Needle, C. Moses, F. Howard. Standing:
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This year, the Student Government under the
leadership of the President, Vice-President, ancl
Chief Justice has continued, as well as introduced,
many activities. The Student Court was replaced
by the Student Board of Reviews, which allows
more people to participate in the iudicial branch
of the government. In addition, Forest Park book
covers were sold for the first time in several years.
J. Berman, L. Osfrawsky, T. Krulevitz, P. Thomas, R. Menuker, J. Miller, H. Marks,
CabinetAfSeatedJ C. Moses, A. Holzman, M. Miller. fStandingj L. Zierler, D, Holbrook L Lillien B Granek R Waldman T Berger G Talles M Lnppman A Fisher
M. Garonzik, B. Rosenthal, E. Brown, B. Green.
Highlighting the year's activities were the Stu-
dent Inaugural Assembly, Loyalty Day, Teacher
Appreciation Week, A Stratford Showcase, and
Student-Faculty Games. Throughout the year,
there was a great deal of student participation
in these and other student government activities.
Working together, Allan and Marilyn make plans for student government
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The FORESTER may be called a photo album,
a picture book ot the seniors' years cut Forest Park,
or an annual thot perpetuates memories of lite
ot the studentsg but it is olso o representotion of a
yeor of lobor by the people involved in its comple-
tion. The work that is published in the book is the
responsibility of the editorial stcitt under the
direction ot the Co-Editors-in-Chief and the
advisers, Mrs. Ruth Goldstein ond Mr. John Burger.
Heading the business staff of the FORESTER is
the Business Manager whose primary obiective is
to provide the essential finances with which to
sustain the yeorbook. Advisers for this staff ore
Miss Selma Burkorn, Mrs. Morgoret Tyler, and
Mr. Francis Hardrnon.
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D. Levy, Records.
Miss S. Burkorn, Mr, Hardman Bus ess Adv sers
Mr. J. Burger, Mrs. R. Goldstein Edito nal Ad sers
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scriptionsp S. Silberg, Circulationp E. Levy, Bookkeeperp J. Goldman, Patrons Adsg P. Baral, Comme cial Ads
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Kris enjoys playing the guitar.
Miss Duval introduces Kris to school activities.
For the first time in several years, Forest Park
has taken part in the American Field Service pro-
gram. Kristina Synnergren, who is from Gullinge,
a village near Stockholm, Svveden, is spending the
year with the family of Barbara Rubin and attend-
ing Forest Park as a senior.
The purpose of the AFS is emphasized by its
motto: "Walk together, talk together, all ye peoples
of the earth. Then, and only then, ye shall have
peace." By taking part in this program, the school
is making an important contribution towards
better human relations.
At Senior Inaugural, Kris receives her ring from Bette
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Despite dreary weather, loyal Foresters show their spirit by cheering the team on to a 76-76 tie with Gilman.
Cheerleaders reflect the spirit of the day.
Spirit Brightens Lo alt
Despite a heavy rain, Foresters displayed a
great deal of spirit on Loyalty Day, November I,
1963. In the morning, the school band entertained
students outside, and during the cate periods,
cheerleaders led school songs. A seventh period
assembly featured a skit urging all Foresters to
demonstrate school spirit. The day ended with a
large crowd attending the football game at
Gilman. Margie Hecht and Ilene Hearn were chair-
men tor the dav.
Foresters' version of "You Gotta'
Have Heart" enlivens the assembly.
FIKLS LEADERS CLUB Front Row Bette Green, Sue Pristoop, Floryne Howard, Judy Eisenberg, Shelley Barouh, Paulo Baral, N. Cohn. Second Row: Rickie Ruben-
stein I Hearn M Hecht B Rosenthal A. Brownstein, B, Rubin, L. Zierler. Third Row: K. Synnergren, E. Brown, C. Moses, M. Miller, K. Datnoff, A. Fisher, E. Eff, S. Freed-
man Dr Roeder Fourth Row Miss Gessler, D. Michelson, I. Seidenberg, B. Kushel, J. Schonebaum, M. Sneider. Fifth Row: M. Lippman, S. Weintraub, J.
National Honor Societies
Membership in the National Honor Society is
an important goal towards which many Foresters
work. Any student who has maintained an eighty-
five or better scholastic average, performed out-
standing service to the school, and displayed a
strong character is eligible for membership in
either the Girls' or Boys' Leaders' Club.
The Honor Societies perform many valuable
sored a tea for the sophomores. Members of both
tain order by patrolling the building before
school and during lunch periods.
BOYS' LEADERS' CLUB-Front Row: Jeffrey Klausner, Robert Brenner, Terry
Berger, David Allender, Second Row: Barry Rascovar, Harold Marks, Robert
Waldman, Israel Oppenheimer, Third Row: Allan Holzman, Steven Silberg,
David Ziskind, Robert Altshuler.
services to the school. This year the boys have con-
ducted an awards assembly while the girls spon-
clubs guide at PTA meetings and help to main-
In addition to the Leaders' Clubs, Forest Park
has two subordinate honor societies, the Four ,f M
Square Club and the Boys' Opportunity Club. To
be eligible for membership, a student must main-
tain an eighty or better scholastic average and be
active in many phases of school life.
Like the Leaders' Clubs, the school honor socie-
ties are always ready to perform services for the
school. This year the girls in Four Square sponsored
an ad hunt for the yearbook, and the boys con-
ducted a joint meeting of all the honor societies.
Both clubs monitor the study hall and coaching
room before and after school.
BOYS' OPPORTUNITY CLUB-Front Row: A. Kaufman, R. Waldman, P. Stein.
Second Row: L. Chandler, R. Berlin, J. Miller. Third Row: C. Balser, A. Grenley,
J. Fleischer. Fourth Row: J. Winakur, R. Begleiter. Fifth Row: H. Karch
Sixth Row: D, Crump, M. Flaxman, S. Gurney.
FOUR SQUARE CLUB-Front Row: E, Epstein, M. Jacobs, J. Goldman, E, Brown, P. Baral, J. Eisenberg, R. Feldman. Second Row: L. Ostrowsky, B, Hendin, H.Se11Ier,
E. Fleischer, R. Blumberg, R. Wolfe, R. Leiter, N. Silverman, I. Hackerman. Third Row: R, Austerlitz, S. Woolfson, G. Sarnrners, F. Miller, C. Schreter, D. Levy, J,Jacob,
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G.S.A.-Front Row: M. Miller, R. Rubinstein,
C. Edwards, B. Gronek, M. Sneider, E. Yerman,
Second Row: Mrs. Stewart, E. Sody, L. Weitz-
man, M. Hecht, A. Rothman, J. Berney.
Athletic Honor Societies
Membership in the Varsity Club, the athletic T0 be-Come C' membef Ol the Girls' Sports AS'
hongr Socieqyl is Open 10 Qny boy who has earned Q sociation, another school athletic honor society, a
varsity letter and maintained a seventy or better girl must maintain an eighty or better scholastic
scholastic average. The club tries to stimulate an CIVGFCIQG Gnd pOr'fiCipC1Te in intramural and varsity
interest in sports, particularly among the boys in sports. Similar to the Varsity Club, the G.S.A.
the school. This year, the members have concen- attempts to stimulate interest in the girls' extra-
trated on promoting higher attendance at school curricular physical education program. Members of
sports events by such means as providing buses tor the club act as officials at intramural games and
away games. annually conduct a Sports Day.
VARSITY CLUB-Front Row: P. Jefferson, R. Brenner, V. McTeer, G. Talles, R. Waldman, H. Chavis, J. Hershberger. Second Row: J. Hammond, D. Ross, M. Scherr,
T. O'Neill, D. Moses, R. Taylor, Mr. Zolet.
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The Coaching Department finds tutors for stu-
dents who are having difficulty with one or more
subiects. Students who have coached on large num-
ber of hours receive a school letter or pin.
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Anita Brownstein helps a fellow student with chemistry.
The job of the Club Council is to coordinate the
activities of the numerous clubs at Forest Park.
Towards this ciim, the organization, among its
other duties, annually sponsors Join-A-Club Week.
WEDNESDAY MORNING CLUB-Front Row: E. Eff, S. Freed
man, A. Konigsberg, Second Row: E. Epstein, R. Feldman.
Third Row: H. Settler, D. Simon, L. Lillien. Fourth Row: B. Hen
din, S. Berman, R, Menaker. Fifth Row: K.Synnergren, T.
Krulevitz, E. Rubinstein. Sixth Row: N. Silverman, M, Fox,
'-..' SCRIBBLERS CLUB-Front Row: D. Wainwright, R. Rosen, B, Gryor, D, Dvoskin. Second Row:
S. Denny, R. Wolfe, A. Friedman, S. Schnessel, K. Lansberg. Third Row: S. Geller, T. Dinovvitz,
Carol Lyles, L. Ostrowsky, D. Legun-i, J. Budd, R. Baylus.
To develop modes of expression is the goal of
Forest Park's English clubs. Through their publica-
tion, Tangent, members of the Scribblers Club
display their writing ability. The Wednesday Morn-
ing Club discusses important literature while Open
Forum Club members develop their speaking tal-
ents through bi-weekly debates.
OPEN FORUM CLUB-Fron1Row: S. Horowitz, E. Feinglass, E. Rudick, A. Suskin, S. Berger, K. Snyder. Second Row: D. Michelson, K. Rankin,J, Schonebaum, L. Carton,
L. Platt, Third Row: C. Steinberg, B. Freedman, N. Zoba, E. Silverman, D. Rudolph, J. Oppenheim, J. Hubert. Fourth Row: l. Caplan, C. Rosen, T. Rothstein, K. Solmson.
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The purpose of The appreciation clubs is to
provoke interest in the humanities. Throughout The
year The Drama Club performs plays while mem-
bers ofthe Folksinging Club enioy singing ballads.
Currently, the Art Club, in addition to its other
duties, is making posters for other clubs.
ART CLUB-Front Row: P. Scott, N. Cohn, S. Barouh, D. Kaye, L. Kempner,
S. Smith. Second Row: R. Potash, J. Rosenbloom, S. Rudo, B. Kushel, D. Finkle-
stein, H. Rosen, S. Weintraub, D. Milford. Third Row: Mrs. Zvonar, L. Fisher,
B. Bass, K. Robinson, J. Gerson, M. Wooding, A. Dannis, L. Danotf, N. Abromoe
witz, J. Eisen, R. Smith, Miss Humfeld. Fourth Row: L. Chandler, l. Oppen-
heimer, S. Gurney, H. Marks.
DRAMA CLUB-Front Row: B. Mordes, E. Feinglass, J. Hubert, S. Horowitz
P. Caplan. Second Row: S. Hyman, B. Shapiro, L. Klein. Third Row: E. Sandler
L. Thompson, B. Stearns, C. Greene, I. Arenson, E. Weiss, K. Marks, L. Stein
Mr. Edmonds. Fourth Row: D. Roth, E. Black, D. Levin, V. Ross, R. Traub, P
FOLKSINGING CLUB-Front Row: S. Blumberg, E. Rothstein, R. Arbesman
E. Gabe, D. Gersuk, T. Feldman, T. Dinowitz. Second Row: J. Singer, S. Baron
C. Lyles, R. Wasserman, I. Aaronsan, F. Sumers, A. Schwartz, M. Lichtig
Third Row: E. Silverman, M. Needel, S. Schocket, L. Goldman, C. Weinberg
S. Zeligman, S. Goodrich, S. Geller.
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FRENCH CLUB+Front Row: S. Mazer,
C. Maltz, S. Baron, R. Weinberg, J. Bul-
rnash, M. Solkov. Second Row: B. Tamres,
E. Eff, K. Datnoff, D. Michelson, R. Shipley,
B, Bechkes, A. Schwartz. Third Row: M.
Zell, B. Rodoff, I. Shane, S. Rosen, M,
Robinson, C. Schreter, B. Shulman, E. Rubin-
stein, F, Miller. Fourth Row: Miss Schrarnm,
S. Weintraub, Mrs. Molnar,
LATIN CLUB-Front Row: S. Zeligman,
M. Lichtig, P. Katz, C. Miller, F. Bernstein,
M, Hecht. Second Row: J, Feld, A. Harris,
A. Kaufman, G, Rubin, A. Shub, A. Fried
man, K. Lansberg, M. Mosby. Third Row
Mrs. Tuerk, J. Borenstein, W. Siegel, L. Keyes
Y. Dungee, S. Ray, J. Dorsey.
SPANISH CLUB-Front Raw: E. Levin, P. Levinson, N. Avis, L. Porter. Second
Row: R. Austerlitz, D. Kaye, E. Eff, J, Leban, R. Kaplan, F. Howard, M. Grub-
man. Third Row: Miss Corral, R. Potash, D. Boverman, E. Rudick, C. Tompakov,
D. Rudolph, K. Solmson, M. Schwartz. Fourth Row: M. Rhode, B. Bondy,
M. Rubin, L, Lerner, H. Rankin.
The foreign language clubs aim for a better
understanding ot languages and their countries
and cultures. There is a club for every language
offered at Forest Park-French, Spanish, Latin,
and German-and members participate in various
activities to increase their proficiency in speaking
GERMAN CLUBfFront Row: D. Siegel, S. Spector, M. Pollack, J. Seidman,
G. Tucker, B. Pototsky, B. Baruch, M. Miller, M. Katz. Second Row: H. Marks,
C. Schreter, R. Weinberg, R. Silverman, J, Fleischer, N, Hackerman, S. Lipsitz,
B. Parnes. Third Row: M. Needel, A. Brownstein, D. Glazer, I. Oppenheimer,
V. McTeer, S. Schocket, A. Friedel,
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BIOLOGY CLUB-Fronr Row: H. Glazer, B, Hendin, A. Kaufman, J. Winakur, B. Pototsky, M. Pollack. Second Row: A. Harris, R. Truitt,J. Seidman,
S. Liositz, R. Silverman, B. Baruch, N. Hackermon, G. Sommers. Third Row: C. Schreter, I. Solomon, B. Wallace, S. Ziskind, B. Turner.
A student interested in almost any field of
science can further his interest by one of Forest
Park's three science clubs. Members of the Biology,
Math, and J.E.T.S. clubs perform experiments, view
films, listen to speakers, and take field trips to
increase their knowledge.
MATH CLUB-Front Row: M. Schacht, M. Brill, J. Girshin. Second Row:
M. Korman, S. Woolfson, R. Blumberg, S. Mazer. Third Row: S. Ray, J. Sch-
wartz, B, Holt, S. Silverman, A. Robinson.
J.E.T,S.-Front Row: H. Marks, S. Silberg, H, Glazer, D. Glozer. Second Row:
H. Kcrch, J. Singer, D. Ziskind, A. Brownstein. Third Row: S, Pristoop, I,
Oppenheimer, E. Moses, R. Blumberg. Fourth Row: A. Watson, Mrs. Lichten-
Career clubs offer students a chance to learn
more about various professions. The Lawyers'
Guild holds mock trials, and the Future Nurses of
America, among its charity projects, collects for
UNICEF. In the FTA schedule is the annual meeting
of the Maryland Association of Future Teachers of
America, and the Business Leaders of America Club
is planning to compile a directory ofthe students
at Forest Park.
LAWYERS' CLUBfFront Raw: E. Rudick, E. Silverman, I, Shane, R, Blumberg. Second
Row: B. Kolodner, J. Sundheim, R. Beitler, J. Polt. Third Row: C. Maltz, B, Shulman,
J. Davis, M. Brill. Fourth Row: P. Pdgatch, J. Feldstein, K, Solmson, B. Orkin. Fifth
Row: Mr. Waldman, B. Bechlces.
F,N.A,fFront Row: S. Barouh, J, Edwards, L. Rofsky, R. Austerlitz, E. Shlian. Second Row: F. Howard, S. Blumberg, S, Marion, L. Klein, M. Strumwater, S. Hood.
Third Row: E. Young, R, Dubeck, N. Abramowitz, L. Danotf, A. Dannis, R. Richmond, L, Kempner. Fourth Row: F. Surners, L. Topaz, D. Kaye, C,Griver, B. Granek,
5 ' F.B.L.A.-From Row: Moy Rogers, Charlene Jacobson, Aileen Jacobs, Linda Gaylor, Frances Coleman, Janet Brothers, Yvonne Lansey. Second Row: Panthea Wilson,
Rona Dubeck, Hannah Pancer, Myra Cohen, Mina Alon, Regina Silbermann, Mary Jean DiBiTon1o. Third Row: Miss Lewis, Lorna Aaronson, Joy Dale, Marilyn Tanne-
baum, Harriett Snyder, Guadalupe Vela, Frances Hopkins, Carolyn Wise, Gail McCormick, Sharon Wollman, Odessa Smith.
h A l'1 S d Row S Freedman E E stein, R. Kaplan, E. Levi, N. Goldblalr. Third Row: E, Eff, R. Fleischer
F,T.A.-Front Row: S. Woolfson, K. Datnolf, A, Sc err, R. ustern z. econ : . , . p
I L K A F ' dman, Mrs. Molnar. Four1h Row: R. Feldman, A. Katz, S. Pristoop, J. Jacob, M. Jacobs, S. Lipsitz.
S. Friedenberg, P. Boro, . ann, . rue
U.N.Y.-Front Row: R, Kaufman, R. Leiter, L. Plott, G. Tucker I Kleinman C Tompokov M Hecht Second Row Mr Dettmore T Dunowutz Mu
son, B. Bondy, P. Baral, L, Weitzman, A. Robinson, M. Mosby L Lerner C Boumsteuri
Social Studies Clubs
Social Studies Clubs provide on better under-
standing ot the world and its problems. The Public
Speaking Club has mode tape recordings ot its
members' speeches. To discuss current events is
the purpose ot the News Views Clubs, while the
United Notions Youth Club invites speakers to
examine world problems.
PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUBfFront Row: M. Rubin, G. Sommers, L, Topaz
C. Jacobson, R. Arbesman. Second Row: I, Brodnick, C. Morgonstein
B. Milimon, F, Miller, A. Barkan, M, Miller. Tltird Row: Miss Levinson, H. Gold
stone, E. Weiss, E. Sltlian, S. Rubin, 5. Snyder, A. Millison, D. Legum, P. Levin
son, Fourth Row: S, Snyder, S. Cohen, C. Solomon, M. Botwinik, C. Corbeon
NEWS VIEWS CLUBfFront Row: B. Freedman, D. Kaye, I. Caplan, S. Boron. Second Row S Blurnberg K Dotnotf C Joffe Third Row R Wolfe H Kramer Mrs Rich
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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB-Front Row: H. Settler, N, Silverman, I. Hacker-
man, R, Feldman. Second Row: E, Epstein, S. Berman, L. Lillien, E. Eff, T.
Krulevitz. Third Row: E. Rubinstein, D. Simon, B, Hendin, M. Fox, S. Freedman.
ART METAL CLUBfFronr Row: A, Meyers, T. Feldman, A. Damsky. Second
Row: J, Gerson, K. Freedman, S. Gordon, B, Pornes, Mr. Peterson. Third l
Row: D, Kaye, P. Levy, L. Grier, R. Campbell, S. Stoner.
Hobby Clubs bring together students with
common outside interests. The Art Metal Club works
with copper tooling, and both the Chess and Bridge
Clubs participate in various torunaments. In the
Home Economic Club's program, practice in home
management is the primary obiective.
BRIDGE CLUB-Front Row: A. Kaufman, M. Pollock, R. Davis, R. Solkov,
B. Pototsky, M. Salkov. Second Row: J, Seidman, E. Feinglass, S, Lipsitz,
S. Spector, C. Grooms, A. Robinson, L. Hausdorff, S. Beber. Third Row:
Mr. Weinstein, J. Fleischer, R. Blurnberg, H. Marks, I. Oppenheimer, B. Holt,
CHESS CLUB-Front Row: D. Glozer, l. Taylor, L. Conn, R. Blumberg, K. Synnergren, P. Levinson. Second Row: Mr. Krieger, E. Nires, K. Wort-
man, R. Stark, F. Miller, J. Singer, H. Parker, C. Baylin,
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Service club members have an important role in
school activities. Aiding the librarian is the iob of
the Library Club while the Red Cross Club conducts
an annual Red Cross charity drive. One ofthe
principal activities of the Business Service Club is
printing material for school functions.
LIBRARY CLUBfFront Row: B. Dvorkin, S. Pristoop, P, Baral, S, Barauh,
R. Leiter, R. Kaufman. Second Row: Miss Loomis, R. Blumberg, D. Baker,
T. Smith, B. Dearing, D. Kaye. Third Row: E. Lazarus, N. Silberg, M. Mosby,
BUSINESS SERVICE CLUB-Front Row: Miss Dandridge, E. Silverman, S
Zalis, M. Cohen. Second Row: S. Lee, H. Pancer, C, Carrick, M. Alon, H
Snyder, Third Row: S. Hood, J. Wilson, F. Coleman, S. Glenn, Y. Lansey.
Fourth Row: B. Myers, O. Smith, C, Wise, R. Hopkins. Fifth Row: S. Burke
J. Reid, G. McCormick. Sixth Raw: R. Hayden, J. Arthur, S. Siegel. I
RED CROSS CLUB-Front Row: R. Austerlitz, E. Epstein, S, Smith, M. Korman, S. Klein. Second Row: F. Howard, R. Dubeck, P. Kassel, F. Donick, M. Spivak, S. Mazer,
M. Schwartz. Third Row: D. Baverman, S. Silverman, I. Kleinman, B. Shulrnan, J. Edwards, S. Wooltson, J. Rosenbloom, E. Martom. Fourth Row: I. Wolpert, K. Gordon
B. Kolodner, L, Porter, B. Bondy, C, Tcmpakov, F. Sun-ters, M. Grubman.
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PROJECTION CREW-Front Row: Herbert Block, Brenda Turner, Emile Julian, Susan Abelson, Stuart Haman, Fred Harris, Second Row: Louis Goldberg, Leslie Ban-
field, Samuel Fribush, Harvey Karch, Irwin Studnitz, Alonzo Price, David Ziskind, Arnold Begleiter, Bernard Watts. Third Row: Earl Tarter, Monro Brown.
Members ofthe technician crews perform many
valuable services for Forest Park. With the help of
The Stage and Audio Crews, assemblies are pro-
duced. The Proiection Crew is in charge of the
audio-visual equipment, and thus aids in enrich-
ing the schooI's curriculum.
AUDIO CREW-Front Row: B. Warner, C. Davis. Second Row: B. Krauss
B. Ford, Mr. Press,
STAGE CREW-Front Row: B. Bunyan, P. Stein, Mr. Ritter, T. Berger, R. Begleiter.
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SONRISA SINGERS-Front Row: L. Cohen, J. Dale, A. Schwartz, T. Levi
D, Kelly, S, Rabinowich, F. Maggio, Second Row: D. Bridges, F. Kitt, E, Mack
D, Wainwright, S. Blumberg, L. Morris, L. Fassett. Third Row: E. Fudman
8. L. Merritt, R. Rubin, R. Johnson, T, Stokes, A. Dannis, B. Cryor,
TREBLE CHOIR-Front Row: S. Berman, B. Johnson, D. Griner. Second Row:
M. FOX, C. Jones, C. Tsakiris. Third Row: L, Kann, J, Vickers. Fourth Row:
G. Magrarn, R. Johnson, L. Fassett, Fifth Row: P. Thomas, V. Savage. Sixth M I b
Row: A, Conn, L. Merritt, M. Wall. Seventh Row: A, Richman, C. Brewer,
R. Glcssman, C. Lyles. u S
COED CHORALE- Front Row: V, Savage, E. Rothstein, C. Brewer, P. Jenkins, A. Richman, D. Griner, S, Berman, S, Caplan Second Raw: M. Taylor, C. Lyles, C. Tsclciris,
A Braithwaite M. Kahn C. Butler S. Chappell, M. Fax. Third Row: A. Conn, B, Rosenthal, W. Glodney, M. Cohen, L. Keyes, A, Grenley, C, Pcrlws,S. Koenigsberg,
BANDeFronY Row: L. Collins, I, Wexler,J. Katz, M. Jones, A. Shub,J. Edwards W Wyatt J Blrenbaum C James H Eisenberg Second Row F Sappestein W Jen
nings, D. Taylor, E. Stein, N, Sirasky, R. Bloomberg, R. Forman, S. Falk, F. Harris R Lloyd J Bridge B Ford Third Row J Landsman P Stern A Hutchinson J Rosen
R. Vogelhut, R, Berlin, B, Cawthorne, F. Collins, M. Newton, J. Mozor, N. Dublin L Levin Fourth Row C Anderson M Sulberstrom L Rubin P Rudman H Gary
L. Mathews, D. Caplan, B. Land, M. Adams, N. Heiderman, S. Dorsey, P, Brown.
Providing entertainment for the student body
and faculty at different assemblies and other
school events are the music clubs of Forest Park.
The Sonrisa Singers, Treble Choir, Coed Chorale,
and Men's Chorus present vocal selections while
instrumental music is played by the Band and
Orchestra. Important skills and experience are
acquired by The students as a result of varied
MEN'S CHORUSfFront Row: F. Wallace, B. Dupick, D. Crump, A. Grenley
C. Balser, J. Ceder, T. Josephson, S. Taylor. Second Row: R. Salkov, J. Nason
J. Snowden, P. Nason, L, Lomas, M. Margolis, W. Cornell. Third Row: T. Smith
D. Moore, D. Marsh, L. Stancil, V. McTeer, M, Sounders, M. Peay, S. Ware
Fourth Row: D. Grandberry, W, Cummings, B. Bragg, A. Kaufman, B. Lynd
say, G. Outlaw, S. Moseley, G. Bagley.
ORCHESTRA-Front Row: G. Clark, L. Smothers, M. Spingorn, M.Jones, A. Hurwitz V Donohue L Wolfe R Wolfe S Losrnsky N Batterson J Leban Second Row
R, Chambliss, F, Miller, P, Sewell, C, Spriggs, C. Sheffey, M. Baer, D. Goldstein J Augustin A Shub J Blrenbaum Third Row R Forman S Falk R Bloomberg
A. Hutchins, J. Rosen, R. Vogelhut, R. Berlin, R. Lloyd, F. Harris, M. Adams. Fourth Row P Rudman B Land L Mendenhall Mr Jensen
"If I should lose, lei me sfond by fhe road
and cheer as The winners go by."
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FOOTBALL-Front Row: M. Lumsden, W. Wyatt, D. Jefferson, V. McTeer, L. Brown, T. O'NeilI, R. Green, L. Jones, E. Brown, L. McKenzie, J. Hommond, C. Woesche.
Second Row: B. McMahon, D. Wright, T. Turner, D. Ross, D. Leventhol, C. Johnson, T. Crawford, G, White, G. Smith, J. Tozer, C. Dixon, R. Schmier, H. Zolet. Third Row:
B. Jackson, W. Block, G. Sirota, G. Allen, B. James, J. Prettymon, A. Gilmore, R. Lebowitz, W. West, S. Coghill, L. Toft.
Woodsmen Show Determination
After a slow start, Forest Park's varsity foot-
ball team came on strong and finished its season
with a 3-4-I record. Coach Milt Lumsden's team
opened with a T3-7 victory over Wicomico. Then
followed three successive defeats at the hands of
Edmondson, McDonogh, and Carver High. Through-
out these three games, the Foresters were hind-
ered by the loss of most of their starting back-
field due to iniuries, and an inexperienced line.
However, Coach Lumsden's charges quickly re-
versed themselves with smashing victories over
Mervo and Archbishop Curley. ln addition, the
team held Gilman, previously unbeaten in nine-
teen games, to a T6-T6 tie. Still, the season
ended on a sour note, as Southern topped the
Woodsmen in the final game.
Outstanding individual performances were
turned in by Dwight Jefferson, John Hammond,
Leroy McKenzie, David Ross, Larry Jones, and
captain Tom O'Neill.
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After Q short Forester goin, the referee whistles the play dead.
Anxiously, Coach Milf Lumsden
paces on the sidelines.
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RIFLE TEAM-First Row: G. Kermisch, M. Sylvester, A. Sober, R. Chinquino, F.
Robinson. Second Row: D. Meyers, H. Cohen, J. Hubbard, M. Tilley, G. Wilcox.
As they approach the finish line, Danny Moses
and Logan Kearse begin to sprint.
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The varsity rifle team under the tutelage of Mr.
Pete Lynch, ended the season with a spurt of upset
victories to enable it to finish with a six and ten
record. Paced by Bob Chinquina and Anton Sober,
the team improved steadily as the season pro-
Led by the third fastest harrier in the M.S.A.,
Forest Park's cross country team finished the season
with its best record in recent years. With Danny
Moses, second runner-up in the M.S.A. Champion-
ships, consistently leading the pack, Coach Bob
Martin's team piled up enough points to give the
harriers a fairly successful season despite its
inexperience. On the varsity team, there were only
two seniors, Danny Moses and Logan Kearse.
CROSS COUNTRY-Front Row: S. Brown, M, Tilley, J. Hubbard, D. Moses, L. Kearse, C. Wilson
A. Bennett, J, Winakur. Second Row: D. McKoy, P, Nason, P. Mizrach, D, Cleary, K. Wortmon
C, Balser, M, Flaxman, A. Kaufman, A. Harris, B. Becker. Third Row: C. Dyce, R. Lawson, L. Mc
Cloud, S. Haynal, D. Myers, B. Dubick, G, Stevenson, J. Smith.
WRESTLING TEAM-First Row: M. Scherr, D. Cleary, D, Moses, S. Haynal, T. O'Neill, J. Hammond, G. Smith, M. Rosenblatt. Second Row: D. Proser
M. Stokes, J. DiComillo, E. Roberts, S. Taylor, A. Young, A, Laforest, B. James, Mr. Lumsden,
Wrestling R l
Varsity wrestling returned to Forest Park after a
twelve year absence, and the grapplers made a
creditable showing despite their O-6-l record.
Hard work resulted in upsets in individual matches,
but the Foresters narrowly missed a win in settling
tor a l7-l7 tie with Loyola High School. Among the
best and most consistent iobs turned in were
those by Bill McCoy, Eugene Roberts, John Ham-
mond, and Torn O'Neill.
The second round begins with the Forester on the bottom.
As the referee watches intently, a near fall is in the making.
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Two swimmers push off ar the starr of the TOO yard backsrroke.
SWIMMING TEAM-First Row: W. Morkert, I. Brafo, R. Airey, S, Caplan. Second Row: A. Grenley, G. TaIIes, R. Waldman, D. Allender, L. Duty, T. Goldman. Third Row:
Mr. Zolef, W, McMahon.
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The varsity and iunior varsity swimming teams,
under Coaches Hy Zolet and Clifford Rosenberg,
both completed successful seasons. The varsity
natators, led by tri-captains Dave Allender, Gary
Talles, and Robert Waldman, completed the sea-
son with a slate of three wins and three losses in
league competition and a five and six overall
record. The J. V. tankmen, with a record of eight
and two, won the M. S. A. Championship.
lt's neck and neck as two Foresters finish in the freestyle
A Forester dives while team members look on.
Herb Chovis hooks in two
points for Forest Park.
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ome begins os The bcill is thrown up in the ciir
BASKETBALL TEAM-First Row: A, Beale, C, Weinberg, H, Chavis, K. Coulbourn, L Jones Second Row A More R Lyles R Allen T Turner Third Row M Anderson
L. McCloud, A. Reinhart, S. Silberc,
Juniors Dominate Basketball Five
The varsity basketball five, under the coaching
of Andy Anderson, hit a high point for the 1964
season when it upset McDonough 51-48 in De-
cember. The star performer on the iunior-studded
team was senior Herb Chavis, who finished
the season with a l5.2 scoring mean, fifth best
in the M.S.A. Division, II scoring race. The only
other seniors on the team were Larry Jones and
Two juniors, Charlie Weinberg and Tom Turner,
finished second and third in team scoring with
ten point plus averages. Although the team had
a dismal record of two wins and thirteen losses,
eight out of eleven members are returning next
Driving past four men, Tom Turner shoots for the basket
Defensernan Tom O'Neill, pursues Edmondson player in
attempt to prevent cr Redskin goal.
Varsity Stickmen Have
Faced with a lack of experienced varsity play-
ers, lacrosse Coach Milt Lumsden ended the eleven
game season with four wins and seven losses.
The Forester stickmen provided much excitement
for their fans, twice defeating arch-rival Ed-
mondson, and giving Poly and City a strong fight
before going down to defeat. Led by an outstand-
ing defense and goalie Jay Pugh, the varsity
stickmen developed, during the season, into one
of the better lacrosse teams in the Nl.S.A. Turning
in continually fine performances for Coach Lums-
den were Bob Luekert, Mike Wertz, Robert Fine,
Doug Holmes, and Donald Conaway.
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action during a Forest Park home game.
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S. Braiterman, E. Hersh, M. Miller, S. Silverberg, D. Holmes, S. Hoffman. Third row: J. Hammond, D. Ross, J. Pugh icaptainb, C. Davis, R. Sykes.
Sfickmen face off in a game againsTEdmor1dson.
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Playing against the more powerful teams in
the M.S.A., the Forester track and field team fin-
ished its season with four wins, four losses, and one
tie. With the team piling up 602 points to its oppon-
ents' 485, Coach Bob Martin's squad showed sur-
prising strength in the discus, shot put, and broad
iurnp events. Outstanding members of the team in-
cluded dashmen Alex Jefferson, John Hershberger,
and Bernard James, and long distance runner,
Danny Moses. Two Foresters, Nathan Kramer and
Alex Jefferson, advanced to the finals of the M.S.A.
Championship Track Meet.
TRACK TEAMfFront Row: Charles Woodford, Allen White, Eugene Roberts, Danny Moses, Frazier Lindsay, Tim Shelton, Herbert Chavis. Second Row: Howard Bright,
Milton Sharpes, Nathan Kramer, Pete Shaffer, Harry Lipsitz, Robert Clark, Albert Bohrer. Third Row: Bernard James, Ronald Sanders, Alex Jefferson, Ken Shaffer,
Harold Beber, Leroy McKenzie, John Fullard, Robert Chandler, Steve Salamon. Fourth Row: Mr. Martin, Torn D'Antoni.
Gary Talles fees off.
Under The tutelage of Mr. Frank Lee, the Forest
Park golf Team ended its season with a record of
four wins and seven losses. Playing in The "A"
Division of The M .S .A ., The Woodsmen faced a diff-
icult schedule. The Foresters outscored Their oppo-
nents overall, but failed To come up with The extra
effort aT The proper Time. Outstanding members of
The squad included Larry Nash and Robin MeTTle.
Before a match, David Levin and Robbie Brenner warm up.
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GOLF TEAM-Fronr Row: Howard Swartz, Gary Talles, Larry Nash. Second
Row: Paul Ford, Robbin Mettle, Stewart Goldberg, Jan Koppel,
Forest Park's varsity Tennis Team, under The
direction of Mr. Pete Lynch, compiled a satis-
factory record of five wins and four losses. The
Team played spirited, but unsuccessful, matches
against such M .S.A. net powers as Poly, City, and
Gilman. However, the netmen still managed To end
the season with a winning record. Among The better
performances Turned in by Team members were
Those of David Levin and Robert Brenner.
BASEBALL TEAM-Front Row: B. Sofrcmek, R. Clark, M. Schlenoff, J. Kowitz, T. Turner. Second row: D. Jefferson, B. Ross, D. Aliender, J. Miller, J. LoChupeIle,J.
Deponoi. Third row: Mr. Anderson, C. Weinberg, W, Cooper, T. Trimble, V. McTeer.
Players on Cc1rver's bench clejecfedly watch
Forest Pork victory.
Ron Clark stretches for ball as runner safely
After an impressive start, Forest Park's varsity
baseball team finished its season with a record of
four wins and ten losses. Among its triumphs were
victories over Gilman of TO-O and 8-2 and a TO-2
over Carver High. Coach Andy Anderson's
team was led by All-M.S.A. catcher Marc Schlen-
off, who for the second consecutive year was the
leading batter on the squad. The Forester's fine in-
field consisted of Ron Clark at first base, Jake Ko-
witz at second base, Tom Trimble at shortstop, and
Dwight Jefferson at third base. The brunt of the
pitching chores were performed by Barry Ross and
Jim Deponai slides safely into second base.
Batter, catcher, and umpire await the next pitch
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Has Successful Season
Betsy Granek spikes the boll over the ner.
Forest Porlds volleyboll teom, directed by In the gomes, Tvvo of which were held ot
Miss Jeon Lewellen, compiled on overoll record Eostern High School eoch doy ot the tourno-
of three vvins, two losses, ond one tie. ment, The girls exhibited their skills in spiking,
blocking, serving, ond volleying.
VOLLEYBALL TEAM- Jonice Ellis, Morilyn Miller, Sue Toustine, Maxine Silverman, Betsy Crone,Pculo Siskind, Noncy Isoocs, Betsy Grcnek, Morlene Sneider.
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With the coming of spring, the girls' archery
team, under the leadership of Miss Diana Green-
wood, began its practice. The team, composed of
eight members and two substitutes rallied from a
second place position in the first competition to
two consecutive first places and finished the season
as city champions. High scorers on the team were
Brenda Sherr, Carol Schreter, Leslie Wolf, and Cee
Cee Edwards, respectively.
OFFICIALS CLUB-Front Row: J. Murray, C. Morgan, S. Hess, V. Dixon, L.
Matisoff, J. Wohlmuth, P. Fossetv. Second Row: M, Sneider, P. Katz, J. Ed-
wards, L. Leisure, A. Robinson, D. Griner, A. Lehman, Mrs. Stewart. Third Row:
F. Hicks, A. Rothman, B. Rascovar, L. Friedman, L. Gibberman, L. Furst, D.
Polotnick, K. Griner, J. Budd. Fourth Row: N, Eiseman, C. James.
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ARCHERY TEAM-Front Row: Miss Greenwood, Lynne Siger, Susie Freedman,
Brenda Sherr, Bonnie Orkin, Leah Leisure. Second Row: Cee Cee Edwards,
Lois Kann, Carol Schreter, Terry Krulevitz.
Started three years ago by Mrs. Shirley Stewart,
the Officials' Club assists the Physical Education De-
partment in after school intramurals. After learn-
ing the rules of various sports and techniques of
officiating, the members of the club use their
knowledge to referee after school games. The
officials earn points towards an athletic letter
as a reward for their service.
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SPEEDBALL TEAMfFront Row: Becki Miller, Ellen Yerman, Marilyn Ferrell, Loretta Pierce, Patricia Brown. Second Row: Diane Kolker, Betsy Balenson, Sherry Lee,
Donna Kolker, Leah Leisure. Third Row:Wilmo Caldwell, Anita Rothman, Marilyn
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This year's speedloall team completed the tall
season with a creditable record of two wins and
one loss. Under the direction of Miss Diana Green-
wood, the girls exhibited teamwork, skill, and good
sportsmanship in all of their games.
line practice, Sherry Lee lifts to Ellen Yerman.
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BADMINTON TEAM-Front Row: A, Lehman, S. Scherr, L. Weitzman, J. Wohlmuth, J. Ellis, D. Ludman, S. Klein. Second Row: Mrs. Sunshine, B. Jacobson, B. Swicar,
K. Corrigan, L. Matisoff, G. Gross, W. Lee, P. Holtsclaw, A. Braithwaite, L. Henderson, A. Pottish, C. Edwards. '
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The varsity and iunior varsity badminton
teams, with only five members back from last
year, concluded their season with identical
lA-lO records. The coach of both teams, Mrs.
Rachelle Sunshine said that the girls played very
well and enjoyed the stiff competition.
The varsity tennis team, under the direction of
Mrs. Lois Willis, concluded its fall season with a
highly successful record of eleven wins and one
loss. In the games, which were played against
Western, Southern, and Edmondson, the girls dem-
onstrated excellent offensive skill.
TENNIS TEAM-Front Row: Melody Ballan, Jolene Oppenheim, Brenda Turner, Margie Hecht, Leslie Wolf. Second Row:
Sneider, Ellen Levin, Nancy Hecht, Mrs. Willis.
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Coaches Mrs. Sunshine and Mrs. Dixon chose
a squad of eighteen girls to make up the var-
sity and iunior varsity basketball teams. Both
teams ended with satisfactory records against
Eastern, Douglass, and Carver. High scorers were
M. Sneider, B. Granek, and C. Crutchfield.
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BASKETBALL TEAMf First Row: J. Ellis, C. Weiner, B. Granek, M. Sneider, M. Miller, C. Crutchfield, M. Ferrell. Second Row: B, Glover, F. Hicks, J. Smith, V. Savage, C.
Jones, A. Robinson. Third Row: Mrs. Sunshine, A. Rothman, B. Bruten, A. Watson, A. Hamm, J. Berney.
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MODERN DANCE CLUB-Front Row: S. Rudo, M. Nitzburg, B. Kushel, C. Gresser. Second Row: L. Giller, L. Koller, J. Markin, L. Thompson, B. Freedman, M. l-larrson
S. Durant, B. Platt, R. Greenberg. Third Row: C. Steinberg, S. Wilder, D. Milford, V. McCullough, S. Ableson, S. Weiner, D. Ashbord, C. Grooms, F.Snyder,J.Smi1h
Modern Dance is important in that it can
strengthen the body, develop coordination, and
aid in matters of personal poise. In the modern
dance club, girls, who are under the direction
of Mrs. Shirley Stewart, create movements to music
and combine them into a pattern of dance. To
demonstrate their abilities, the dancers partici-
pate in clinics, demonstrations, and assemblies.
The Forest Park table tennis team concluded a
highly successful season. Competing against Ed-
mondson, Douglass, Southern, Carver, and Dun-
bar, the team compiled a record of thirty-four
wins and only eight losses. Miss Greenwood, the
coach for the team, attributed success to the
girls' strong serving and good strategy.
TABLE TENNIS TEAM-First Row: C. Perry, E. Mager, D. Kaye, I. Lowenstein,
Miss Greenwood. Second Row: D. Kolker, G. Yaffee, L. Lund, N. Morganstein
F. Howard, S. Roffman.
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AQUA DEBS-Front Row: R. Rubenstein, E. Yerman, B. Granek. Second Row:
A. Odenheimer, H. Snyder, Miss Greenwood. Third Row: F. Snyder, C. Edwards,
B. Kushel, M. Hecht, N. Hecht, B. Rascovor
The swimming clubs, under the direction of
Miss Diana Greenwood, are an important part of
Forest Park's physical fitness program. The Aqua-
Debs, who present a program each year, learn
synchronized swimming, a combination of strokes,
stunts, and float patterns set to music.
Assisting during class periods as water safety
aids are the Life-Savers, who are fully trained in
rescue skills. The 50 Mile Swim Club allows each
girl to swim at her own pace. The outstanding
member is C.C. Edwards, who swam 200 miles in
one and a half years.
Swimming Develops Physical Fitness
Rickie Rubenstein executesapikedive.
50 MILERS AND LIFE SAVERS - Front Row: C. Edwards, F. Snyder. Second Row: Miss Greenwood, M. Kerngood, '
S. Borouh, B. Kushel, P. Kassel, J. Bassin, C. Simbcliski, D. Kolker. Third Row: N, Winelander, M. Salkov, R.
Truitt, V. McCullough, H. Glazer, D. Kolker, P. Grimes.
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CHEERLEADERS-Front Row: C. Tsakiris. Second Row: M. Jacobs, S. Durant, A. Brownstein. Third Row: E, Feinglass, B. Green, H. Loomis, E. Ep-
stein, M. Goldstone.
Cheering Forest Park teams on to victory and
raising spirit have been the objectives of the ten
enthusiastic cheerleaders. Under the direction of
head cheerleader Christine Tsakiris, this spirited
group has been a key part in securing victories
for the teams of Forest Park.
Cheerleaders add spirit to the Loyalty Day Assembly.
The girls demonstrate the "Locomotive"
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the Junior Prom.
On Junior Day, Mrs. Kahn and Mr. Kalvan help Bette display
the June 7964 banner forthe first time.
Mr. Kalvan advises the chairmen on Senior Prom and
Jeanne Borenstein, Recording Secretory, Junior Year, Corresponding Secretary,
Senior Year, Leslie Carton, Historian, Junior and Senior Year.
Bette Green, Junior and Senior Class President,
June '64 held its first official class meeting at
the close of its sophomore year. At this time, offi-
cers were elected for the forthcoming iunior year.
Some of those elected held office for one year,
others, for two. However, it was largely because
of the combined efforts of all of the officers that
the year functioned successfully. They helped to
plan activities, choose chairmen and committees,
and run year meetings. Highlights of the events
organized by the year were Junior Day and Prom,
Senior Inaugural, the Picnic, and the Hootenonny.
SENIOR OFFICERS-Front Row: S. Durcint, B. Green, S. Jachman. Back Row:
J. Borenstein, B. Rubin, L. Carton.
JUNIOR AND SENIOR SERGEANTS-AT-ARMS: M. Feldman, R. Begleiter, J. Koppel, A. Holzman, S. Koenigsberg, G. Talles, R. Eine
SENIOR OFFICERS-Siningr B. Rubin, Recording Secretaryg S. Durant, Vice-
presidenfg S. Jachrnan, Treasurer. JUNIOR OFFICERS-Standing: B. Hendin,
Recording Secretaryp J. Eisenberg, Vice-president S. Seidenberg, Treasurer.
Juniors sing and dance in the opening number ofthe assembly.
On April 5, 1963, the class of June 1964 pre-
sented its Junior Day Assembly, "A Tribute to
Shakespeare." The play, under the chairman-
ship of Ellen Brown and Mariorie Hecht and the
direction of Ilene Hearn, interpreted scenes from
three of Shakespeare's plays. As a finale, the class
banner was displayed and the official year song
was sung. In terminating the assembly, the class
presented to the school a reproduction of a paint-
ing by the French artist Monet, entitled "Cap d'An-
. . . and Prom
June '64 "Dances 'til the Rising Sun" at their
Junior Prom, which was held at Blue Crest North
on April 6, 1963. Music, provided by Stan Bridge
and his orchestra, and other arrangements were
planned by the chairman Carol Moses and her co-
chairman Carolyn Jones.
Sophomore girls dressed in Chinese attire,
served refreshments to the King and Queen of
the Prom, Harvey Hyatt and Christine Tsakiris,
and other members of the year.
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and beanies, repeat the Ephebic
June '64s early Senior Inaugural on September
25, 1963 signified the absence ot a February
graduating class and headed a list of breaks
with tradition such as the informal dress and the
omission of an opening processional. Not only did
the assembly present change of Custom, but after
school, history was made. For the first time,
Seniors held a picnic at Leakin Park to celebrate
their inauguration, and in the evening, they were
entertained by folk singers at June '64s "Hoote-
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Stott, Intramurals, Business Service Club, F.B.L.A., Home Eco!
nomics Club, Sonrisa Singers.
NINA H. ABRAMOWITZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Junior Day, Senior
Prom, Committee, F,N,A., Home Economics Club, Art Club, Cafe
Officer, School Publicity Committee.
CAROL E. AGNE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom
DAVID ALLENDER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Treasurer, Boys' Opportunity Club, Vice-Presi
dent, Varsity Club, FORESTER, Boys' Sports Editor, Varsity Swim-
ming, Tennis, Press, Staff, Physics Club, President, Proiection
Crew, Vice-President, Band.
MINA ALON . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals, F.B.L.A.,
Historian, Business Service Club, Cafe Officer.
CHARLES J. ALSTON . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom Activities
ROBERT A. ALTSHULER . , . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List ot
Merit, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, FORESTER,
Staff, Student Representative, J,V. Football, Baseball, Student
Board of Reviews.
EMILY ANTIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Junior Day, Committee Chair-
man, Junior Day, Committee, Senior Prom, Committee, Student
Representative, Homeroom Activities.
INA EVE ARENSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Junior Day,
Drama Club, Folksinging Club, President, Scribblers' Club.
JENNIFER L. ARTHUR. , . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroorn
President, Intramurals, Biology Club, Business Service Club.
JUDITH E. ASNER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Board of Reviews,
Press, Staff, Intramurals, Junior Prom, Committee, Club Council,
Biology Club, Open Forum Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Wednesday
Morning Club, The Key.
.IEWELL L. AUGUSTIN . . .ACADEMIC . . . FORESTER, S1Clff,HOme-
room President, Intramurals, Counselor's Aid.
REESA RAE AUSTERLITZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Na-
tional Honor Society, Four Square Club, Student Representative,
F.T.A., Business Service Club, F.N .A., Treasurer, Red Cross Club,
Treasurer, Spanish Club, Sergeant-at+Arms.
JOAN LEE BAER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Drama Club,
MELODY SHARON BALLAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . ..Horne-
PAULA A. BARAL . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . . List
of Distinction, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Fon-
ESTER, Commercial Ads Manager, Coaching Letter, Extracurricu-
lar "F", German Club, Parliarnentarion, U.N.Y., Sergeant-ah
Arms, Horneroom Activities.
INGRID LISA BARBER. . . BUSINESS EDUCATION ...List of Honor,
List of Merit, Year Bookkeeper, Homeroom Activities.
ARLENE MICHELLE BARKAN . . .-ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor,
Intramurals, Biology Club, Public Speaking Club, Vice-President,
Cafe Officer, Year Committees, English Department Aid.
SYLVIA LEE BARON . . . ACADEMIC . , . Student Coach, Modern
Dance Club, Open Forum Club, French Club, Folksinging Club,
News Views Club, Cale Officer.
ROCHELLE BAROUH . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, National
Honor Society, Four Sauare Club: FORESTER, Sta'ff,,Junior Dov:
Biology Club, F.N.A., President, Library Club, Vice'Presiclent,
Sergeant-at-Arms, News Views Club, Vice-President.
MARSHA BARTZ . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, Homeroom
President, Student Representative, Student Coach, Intramurals,
Senior Prom, Committee: Art Club.
VIRGINIA M. BATES . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Biology Club, Home-
ARNOLD BEGLEITER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Stage Crew, Physics
Club, Proiection Crew, Vice-President.
ROBERT BEGLEITER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Year Serge-
ant-at-Arrns, Boys' Opportunity Club, J.V. Wrestling, Stage Crew,
President, Biology Club, Physics Club.
MILLARD BELL . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Homeroom Presi'
dent, Biology Club, Business Service Club, Projection Crew,
ROSEMERI BERGER . . . ACADEMIC . . , Homeroom Activities.
TERRY N. BERGER . , . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
National Honor Society, President, Boys' Opportunity Club, Stu-
dent Coach, J.V. Football, Track, Stage Crew, ViceePresident,
Physics Club, Vice-President, I-Iorneroom Activities.
JOYCE BERLIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals, Busi-
ness Service Clubg Homeroom Activities.
RICHARD M. BERLIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Boys'-Opportunity Club,
J.V. Cross Country, Junior Day, Bond, Orchestra.
JEANNE F. BERMAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroorn
President, Student Representative, Intramurals, Senior Prom,
Committee, Business Service Club, F.B.L.A., Math Club, Cafe
JUDY BERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Four Square
Club, Student Representative, Student Board of Reviews, Intra-
murals, Junior Prom, Committee, Home Economics Club, French
Club, School Publicity Committee, Horneroom Activities.
LARRY BERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . .Varsity Baseball, Homeroom
SHEILA MARSHA BERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor,
Homeroom President, Intramurals, Junior Day, Senior Prom,
Committee Chairman, Year Committees, Drama Club, Proiectian
Crew, Co-Ed Chorale.
JANE M. BERNEY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Girls' Sports
Association, Historian, Basketball Team, Volleyball Team, Intra-
murals, Officials' Club, Treble Choir, Swimmers' Aid.
EDDIE BEYNON . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
DIANE L. BISHOW . . , BUSINESS EDUCATIONY. . . Intramurals,
Biology Club, I-Iome Economics Club, Open Forum Club.
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. as difficult to subdue as the wind."
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Cross Country Team.
WILLIAM F. BLONDER- . . . ACADEMIC . . . Biology Club, Rifle
BARBARA M. BLOOM . . . ACADEMIC . .. List of Honor, FORESTER,
Staff, Intramurals, F.N.A., Physics Club, Homeroom Activities.
HELENE M. BLOOM . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Merit,
Press, Staff, FORESTER, Staff, Senior Farewell, Committee:
F.T.A., Business Service Club, F.B.L.A., Spanish Club.
ELLYN 5. BLUM . . . ACADEMIC . . . Open Forum Club, School
Play, English Department Arid, Cafe Officer.
FRANCES BLUMBERG . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Merit,
FORESTER, Transcription Editor, Press, Staff, Business Service
Club, F.B.L.A., Red Cross Club.
JEFFREY BLUMBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
ROCHELLE ESTHER BULUMBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor,
National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Homeroom President,
Intramurals, Junior Day, Committee, F.T.A., Lawyers' Guild,
Library Club, Math Club, Secretary, Sergeant-at-Arms.
SUE BLUMBERG . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, Junior Day,
Senior Prom, Committee, Folksinging Club Treasurer, F.N.A.,
News Views Club, Nurse's Aid, Swimmers' Aid.
JEANNE A. BORENSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Year
Recording Secretary, Year Corresponding Secretary, Four Square
Club: Student Coach, Intramurals, Homeroom Activities.
GLORIA BOSLEY . . . ACADEMIC . . , Intramurals, Drama Club,
FTA., Senior Prom, Committee, School Play.
L. ADRIENNE BRAITHWAITE . . . ACADEMIC . . . Junior Day,
Committee Chairman, Senior Prom, Committee, Badminton Team,
Intramurals, Co-Ed Chorale.
WILLIAM BRANDT . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . News Views
Club, Vice-President, Treasurer.
MARSHA E. BRENNER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of
Merit, Press, Staff, FORESTER, Staff, Intramurals, Biology Club.
ROBERT L. BRENNER . . . ACADEMIC . . .National Honor Society,
Vice-President, Boys' Opportunity Club, Varsity Club, Vice-Presi-
dent, Judge, Homeroom President, Junior Prom, Committee Chair-
man, Tennis Team.
CARLOTTA L. BREWER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom
ViceAPresiclent, Co-Ed Chorale.
DONNA D. BRIDGES . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom
President, Modern Dance Club, Treble Choir, Sonrisa Singers,
Locker Aid, Swimmers' Aid.
CLEVELAND H. BRIGHT . . . GENERAL TECHNICAL . . , Home-
MAXYNE S. BRILL . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
Junior Prom, Committee, Press, Staff, Club Council, Lawyers'
Guild, Math Club, Treasurer, Scribblers Club, Homeroom Activities.
STEPHANIE NADINE BRILL . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Student
Representative, Senior Prom, Committee, Discophiles, Folk-
singing Club, Cafe Officer.
FRANCES R. BRODSKY . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, Student Board of Reviews, Press, Copy Reader, Year Com-
mittee, Senior Prom, Committee, School Play, Homeroom Activ-
ELLEN K. BROWN . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . . List of
Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, President,
Cabinet, Judge, FORESTER, Staff, Homeroom President, Intra-
murals, Junior Day, Co-Chairman, F.T.A., Corresponding Sec-
LARRY W. BROWN . . . GENERAL TECHNICAL . . . Football Team,
.l.V. Baseball, Freshman, Sophomore Basketball.
MONROE BROWN . . . ACADEMIC . . .J.V. Lacrosse.
ANITA F. BROWNSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Second Vice-President, Four Square Club, Press,
Circulation Manager, Student Representative, Coaching Director,
Coaching Pin, Cheerleader, Pep Squad, Captain.
DAVID R. BRUCE . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . J.V. Track, J.V. Swim-
JOANN D. BURKE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business Ser-
vice Club, Treble Choir.
CHARON N. BUTLER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
KATHLEEN R. CADDEN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
ANNA CHRISTINE CANADAY . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom
ALICE M. CANN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor.
ILENE CAPLAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Intramurals,
F.N.A., News Views Club, Open Forum Club, Library Aid, School
LISA LYNN CAPLAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Intramurals,
Drama Club, Lawyers' Guild, Basketball, Volleyball Team.
PHYLLIS CAPLAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Merit,
Intramurals, Drama Club, French Club, Cafe Officer, School
Play, Homeroom Activities.
SUE CAPLAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction, List of Honor,
FORESTER, Stott, Student Coach, Junior Day, Junior Prom, Com-
mittee, F.N.A., Red Cross Club, Sonrisa Singers, Co-Ed Chorale.
CHARLOTTE R. CARPENTER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Home-
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Year Committee, Business Service Club, Locker Aid.
LESLIE D. CARTON . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Four Square
Club, Year Historian, Cheerleader, Drama Club, Open Forum
Club, Corresponding Secretary, Cafe Officer, School Publicity
Committee, Homeroom Activities.
JERRY Z. CEDER . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, Student Board of Re-
views, Press, Stott, Senior Prom, Committee, I-Iomeroom Presi-
dent, News Views Club, Physics Club, Men's Chorus.
LAURENCE E. CHANDLER . . . ACADEMIC , . . List at Honor,
Boys' Opportunity Club, J.V. Track, Art Club, Senior Prom Com-
mittee, Club Council.
PATRICIA A. CHAPPELL . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . . Horne-
SANDRA CHAPPELL . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Biology
Club, 50 Mile Swim, Treble Choir, Sonrisa Singers.
HERBERT D. CHAVIS . . . ACADEMIC . , . Varsity Club, Basket-
ball, Track Teams.
BARRY CHERNACK . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
FRED A. CHERNEY . . . ACADEMIC . . . Folksinging Club.
SHIRLEY M. CHIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business Service
Club, Library Club, F.B.L.A,, E.N.A.
HELEN CHLEWICKI . . . ACADEMIC .. .German Club.
LOUIS E. CICCANTI . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom Presi-
dent, Homeroom Activities,
PEGGY C. CLABAUGH . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
DELMONTA LEE CLARK . . . GENERAL BASIC . . .Wrestling, Track
Teams, J,V. Football, J.V. Track, J.V. Wrestling.
PATRICIA G. CLARK . . . ACADEMIC . . . Modern Dance Club,
Orchestra, Junior Day.
GAIL COHEN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , , . Homeroom Activities.
JUDY I.. COHEN . . . ACADEMIC , . . FORESTER, Staff: Student
Representative, Junior Prom, Committee, Biology Club, Home
Economics Club, Spanish Club, Sonrisa Singers.
LESLIE S. COHEN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Sonrisa Singers.
MICHAEL HOWARD COHEN . . . ACADEMIC . , . Homeroom
MYRA C. COHEN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Junior Prom, Committee, Senior Prom, Committee, Year Commit-
tees, Business Service Club, Vice-President, F.B.L.A., Swimmers'
Aid, Cafe Officer.
RUTH ANNETTE COHEN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Busi-
ness Service Club, Open Forum Club, Counselor's Aid.
NANCY SUE COHN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Layout Editor,
Student.Coacl1, Intramurals, Junior Prom, Committee Chairman,
Senior Prom, Committee, Art Club, Corresponding Secretary,
Art Metal Club, Vice-President.
FRANCES MARIE COLEMAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . , . Stu-
dent Representative, Intramurals.
MICHAEL J. COMPTON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Projection Crew.
LINDA N. CONN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Biology Club, Chess Club, Secretary.
ELAINE A. CORNISH . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Horneroom Activ-
ANNE L. CORPORAL , . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom
BERNADETTE JOYCE COUNTS . . . ACADEMIC . . . I-lomeroom
BRENDA CROMER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Junior Day, Junior Prom,
Committee, Senior Prom, Committee, Red Cross Club, Home-
DANDRIDGE CRUMP . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Football, Track,
Baseball, Men's Chorus, Moclrigol Singers, Co-Ed Chorale,
CYNTHIA CRUTCHFIELD . . . ACADEMIC . , . Homeroom Activities.
MAXINE J. DALE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press, Stott,
Intramurals, Business Service Club, Home Economics Club,
F.B.L.A., Sonrisa Singers.
ADRIENNE J. DANNIS . . . ACADEMIC . . . Forestette, Sonrisa
Singers, Forest Park Choir,
LESLIE S. DANOFF . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Senior Prom,
Committee, Art Club, F.N.A., Home Economics Club, School
Publicity Committee, Cafe Officer.
THOMAS V. D'ANTONI . . . ACADEMIC . . . Track Team, School
SAMUEL G. DATES . , . GENERAL BASIC , . . WITHDRAWN , . .
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List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Coach-
ing Assistant, Coaching Pin, Junior Day, Committee, Drama Club,
Historian, French Club, Vice-President, News Views Club,
JIM DEAL . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Homeroom Activities.
CORINNE D. Del-IOFF . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals
Modern Dance Club.
SANDY DENNY . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
Press, Features Editor, Student Coach, Senior Banquet, Committee,
Drama Club, Latin Club, Library Aid.
SUSAN C. DENTON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom President.
GRETA NOREEN DSSHAZO . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeraom
MARY JEAN DiBITONTO BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , F.N.A.,
Sergeant-at-Arms, F.B.L.A., Recording Secretary, Red Cross Club,
Sonrisa Singers, Business Service Club, Intramurals,
ELAINE M. DiMARlO . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
Service Club, Cafe Officer.
'FEMA MARCIA DINOWITZ . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List
of Merit, FORESTER, Staff, Junior Prom, Committee, Senior ln-
augural, Committee, F.B.L.A., Scribblers' Club, U.N.Y. Club, In-
ANTHONY DiSAN'I'OS'I'EFANO . . . ACADEMIC . . . National Honor
Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, Football, Baseball, Track, Golf,
Tennis, Basketball Teams.
VIRGINIA DONOHUE . . , BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
RONA M. DUBECK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . F.N.A.: F.B.L.A.,
Treasurer, Business Service Club, Red Cross Club: Sonrisa Sing'
SHEILA ULEETA DURANT . . . ACADEMlC , . . National Honor
Society, Year Vice-President, Senator, Student Coach, Cheer-
leader, Junior Day, Modern Dance Club, Physics Club, Library Aid.
ANNIE PAYE DURR . . .ACADEMIC . immmumig
LESLIE J. DUTY III . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom President, Stu-
dent Representative, Swimming Team, J.V. Swimming.
BETTIFAE E. DVORKIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor, List of
Merit, Library Club, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms, Library Aid.
DIANE DVDSKIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, Drama Club,
Latin Club, Folksinging Club, Scribblers' Club.
SALLY ANN EAGLE . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . .
List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FOR-
ESTER, Managing Editor, Student Coach, Extracurricular "F",
Intramurals, Latin Club, Treble Choir, Cafe Director.
DONNA M, EDGAR . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
CONSTANCE C. EDWARDS . . . ACADEMIC , . . List of Honor,
Girls' Sports Association, Second VicefPresident, Homeroom
President, Shield, Archery Team, Intramurals, Officials' Club,
50 Mile Swim, Treble Choir.
JEANNETTE MARIE EDWARDS . . . ACADEMIC , . . Four Square
Club, Intramurals, F.N.A., Officials' Club, Red Cross Club
ELAINE CLAUDIA EFF . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Four Square Club, Judge, FORESTER, Photography
Editor, Homeroom President, Junior Day, Committee, F.T.A., French
Club, Historian, Spanish Club, Vice-President.
STEPHANY EINSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representative,
Intramurals, U.N.Y., Senior Prom, Committee, School Publicity
Committee, Cafe Officer.
JOANNE G. EISEN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Art Club, Senior Prom,
JUDY M. EISENBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . Year Vice-President,
National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Treasurer, Extro-
curricular "F", Senior Inaugural Assembly, Committee Chairman,
F,T.A., Math Club, Recording Secretory, Corresponding Secretary,
Wednesday Morning Club, I-lorneroom Activities.
ABRAHAM EI. GAMIL . . . ACADEMIC . . . French Club.
JANICE ANN ELLIS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Student Repre-
sentative, Basketball, Volleyball Teams, Intramurals.
JAMES M. ENGLAR . . . ACADEMIC . . . Baseball Team.
ELAINE B. EPSTEIN . . , ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction, . .
List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Cheer
leader, J .V. Volleyball, Junior Day, Committee, Year Committee
F.T.A., Vice-President, Red Cross Club, Vice-President.
NATALIE P. EZRINE . . . ACADEMIC . .. Intramurals, Junior Day,
Senior Prom, Committee, Year Committees, Lawyers GuId.
LORRAINE O. FASSETT . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Junior Day,
Biology Club, Officials Club, Spanish Club, Club Council, Treble
Choir, Forest Park Choir,
ELLEN J. FEINGLASS . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor, Society, Coaching Pin, Coaching Letter, Cheerleader, Pep
Squad, Captain, Bridge Club, Drama Club, F,T.A., Open Forum
Club, Secretory, School Play.
FREIDA A. FELDMAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Forestette,
Biology Club, Sonrisa Singers.
MARC I. FELDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
Boys' Opportunity Club, Year Sergeant-at-Arms, Homeroom Presi-
dent, J,V. Lacrosse, Biology Club, Latin Club, Cate Officer, Home-
ROSSIE FELDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . , List of Honor, List of Merit,
Four Square Club, Senior Inaugural, Committee Chairman, Jun-
ior Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee, F .T.A., Biology Club,
F.N.A., Home Economics Club, Secretary,
TOBA M. FELDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Senior Prom,
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Boys' Opportunitv Club, Treasurer, Homeroom President, La-
crosse, Wrestling Teams, Biology Club, News Views Clubs OPEN
Forum Club. '
DIANE M. FINKELSTEIN , . . ACADEMIC . . , List of Honor, Four
Square Club, FORESTER, Art Editor, Student Coach, Pep Squad,
Junior Day, Committee Chairman, Senior Prom, Committee, Art
Club, Secretary, Biology Club.
GAYLE C. FINKELSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Four
Square Club, FORESTER, Stott, Intramurals, Junior Day, Commit-
tee, Home Economics Club, F.T.A., Spanish Club, Cafe Officer,
MARSHA FINKLESTEIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom
ANITA EVELYN FISHER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction,
List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Cabinet,
FORESTER, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Homeroom President, Coaching Let-
ter, French Club, Vice-President, School Play.
HOWARD FISHER . . JACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
I.OIS FISHER , . . ACADEMIC . . Junior Prom, Committee, Art
Club, Red Cross Club
ERIKA FLEISCHER . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . . List
of Honor, Four Square Club: FORESTER, Staff, Student Coach,
Junior Prom, Committee, F.T.A., J.E.T.S,, Secretary, Treasurer,
Open Forum Club, The Key, Year Committee Chairman.
LAVERNE C. FONTE . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
MORRISA H. FOX . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Junior Day,
Junior Prom, Committee, Drama Club, F.N.A., Corresponding
Secretary, Red Cross Club, Treble Choir, Co-Ed Chorale, Assembly
I.EIGI'I FRADIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Swimming.
BARBARA SUE FREEDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor,
National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER, Special
Activities Editor, Archery Team, Junior Day, Committee, Year
Committee, F.T,A., Treasurer, French Club, Wednesday Morning
Club, Secretary, Treasurer.
BONNIE FREEDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List at
Merit, FORESTER, Staff, Modern Dance Club, Vice-President,
News Views Club, Open Forum Club.
KAREN FREEDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Cafe Officer, Intramurals.
ARMAND FRIEDEI. . . . ACADEMIC . . .German Club.
SUE FRIEDENBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
Homeroom President, Student Coach, Intramurals, F.T.A., French
Club, Homeroom Activities.
SANDRA T. FRIEDLANDER . . , ACADEMIC.. .List of Honor, Home-
room President, '64 Numerals, Intramurals, J.V. Volleyball, F.T.A.,
F.N.A., Red Cross Club.
ANDREA M. FRIEDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, Four Square Club, Press, Associate Editor, Student Coach,
F ,T .A., Latin Club, Scribblers' Club, President, Cate Officer, Coun-
DIANE S. FRIEDMAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Homeroom
RENEEIFRIEDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, Student Coach,
PHYI.lIS FROMBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . German Club.
ELAYNE R. FUDMAN . , . ACADEMIC . . , List of Honor, FORESTER,
Staff, Junior Day, Committee, Junior Day, Senior Prom, Committee,
F .T .A ., Scriloblers' Club, Cate Officer,
EII.EEN F. GABE . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, Student Coach,
HAROLD I.. GARY . . . ACADEMIC . . . Band, Orchestra.
SHERRY B. GELUVIAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Drama
Club, Red Cross Club.
SANDI A. GERSH . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Junior Day, Biology Club, Business Service Club.
JANET GERSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Art Club, Art Metal Club,
Biology Club, German Club.
JOAN GIRSHIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Junior Prom,
Committee, Senior Prom, Committee, Drama Club, F.T.A., Math
DEBORAH R. GLAZER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Red Cross Club, Intra-
murals, School Play, Student Coach.
SANDRA GLENN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom Vice-
President, Business Service Club.
NADINE I. GOLDBLATT . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, Four Square Club, Homeroom President, Student Coach,
Junior Day, Committee, Senior Farewell Assembly, Committee,
F.T.A., Recording Secretary, Biology Club, Sergeantvat-Arms,
JACQUELINE S. GOLDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . FORESTER, Staff,
Junior Day, Committee, Year Committee, Biology Club, Cafe
Director, Cafe Officer, Homeroom Activities.
JANE GOLDMAN . . .ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National Honor
Society: Four Square Club, Vice-President, Judge, Homeroom
President, Coaching Letter, Intramurals, Wednesday Morning
LOIS B. GOLDMAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION ,. , Intramurals,
F.N.A., U.N.Y., F.B.l..A., Falksinging Club,
IRIS I.. GOLDSMITH . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Student Coach,
Intramurals, Business Service Club,
BETH I.. GOLDSTEIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Biology Club, Homeroom Activities.
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Committee Chairman, Modern Dance Club.
SANDRA GOODRICH . . . ACADEMIC . . . Spanish Club, U.N.Y.,
ADRIANNE JOYCE GORDON . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . .
MICHAEL H. GOREN . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, List of
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Vice-President, Stage Crew.
ELIZABETH ANN GRANEK . . : ACADEMIC . . . Girls' Sports Associ-
ation, President, Vice-President, Cabinet, Varsity Basketball,
Tennis, Volleyball, Speedball, Senior Inaugural, Committee,
BETTE ANN GREEN . . . ACADEMIC , . . List of Honor, Year Presi-
dent, National Honor Society, Four Square CIub,CabInel7COacI'1-
ing Letter, Cheerleader, Junior Day, Committees, French Club,
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ANITA LEE GREIF . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Student Repref
sentative, Business Service Club, F.N.A., Modern Dance Club,
AARON LEMVEL GRENLEY , , . ACADEMIC . . . Boys' Opportunity
Club, I-Iomeroom Pre
sident, Track, Cross Country, Swimming
Teams, Men's Chorus, CoAEd Chorale.
CAROL GRESSER . . .ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, FORESTER,
Photography Editor, Junior Day, Modern Dance Club, Red Cross
DIANE GRINER . . . ACADEMIC . , . Intramurals, Junior Day, Of-
ticals' Club, Madrigal Singers, Treble Choir, Co-Ed Chorale.
CARLA F. GRIVER . .
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Committee, Senior Prom, Committee, F.N.A., Horne Economics
Club, French Club, Cafe Officer. i
SHIRLEY GRODNITZKY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Home-
roorn President, Business Service Club, Senior Farewell Assembly,
JUDY GROSS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION .. . Intramurals, Horne-
VICKI P. GROSSMAN
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SAUL D. GURNEY . . . ACADEMIC , . .Boys' Opportunity Club,
Year Committees, Art Club, Biology Club, Treasurer, Men's Chorus,
INA L. HACKERMAN . . .ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, Four Square I
Club, FORESTER, Write-Ups Editor, Student Representative, Intra-
murals, Extracurricular "F", Junior Day, Committees, F.T.A,, Biol-
ogy Club, Home Economics Club, President, Treasurer.
WALTER L. HALL . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Horneroom President,
ELLEN JOAN HALPERIN . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, List of
Merit: FORESTER, Staff, Junior Day, Committee, Senior Prom
Assembly, Chairman, Art Club, Drama Club, F.N.A., F.T.A., Wed-
nesday Morning Club.
MARLENE N. HANKIN . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom Activi-
MARY E. HARNISH . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
ROTIENNA DESEREE HAYDEN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Stus
dent Representative, Intramurals, Biology Club, Business Service
ILENE KAY HEARN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Secretary, Four Square Club, Press, Managing
Editor, Head Copy Reader, I-Iomeroorn President, Intramurals,
Junior Day, Director, F.N.A,, Sergeant-at-Arms, French Club,
MARJORIE R. HECHT . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . .
List of Honor, National Honor Society, First Vice-President, Four
Square Club, Treasurer, Girls' Sports Association, Junior Day, Co-
Chairman, Aquatic Club, Corresponding Secretary, Latin Club,
Treasurer, U.N.Y., Vice'Presiclent, School Publicity Committee,
Varsity Tennis. .
JAMES HEGGIE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . J.V. Basketball.
NORMAN W. HEIDERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor,
J,V. Cross Country, Band.
MARY CHARLEEN HEIER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION .. , Counse-
LALITA I. HENDERSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . FORESTER, Staff, Intra-
SUSAN HENDERSON . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . , . Intramurals,
BARBARA J. HENDIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, Year Corresponding Secretary, Four Square Club, Home-
roorn President, Student Representative, Biology Club, Vice-
Presiclent, Serqeant-at-Arms, French Club, Extracurricular "F",
Senior Farewell Assembly, Committee.
JOHN HERSHBERGER . . . ACADEMIC . . .Varsity Club, Major "F",
Track Team, J.V. Track.
HELENE A. HIRSH . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
Tennis Team, Aquatic Club, U.N.Y.
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Club: Proiection Crew: I-lomeroom Activities.
DIANE L. HOLBROOK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Merit:
Intramurals: Secretary to the Cabinet.
PAULETTE ALETA HOLTSCLAW . . . ACADEMIC . . , '64 Numerals:
Badminton Team: Intramurals: Junior Day: Math Club: Officials
Club: Treble Choir: Homeroom Activities.
ALLAN HOLZMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: Student
President: Year Sergeant-at-Arms: National Honor Society: Boys'
Opportunity Club: Varsity Club: Cabinet: Lacrosse Team: Math
Club: Wednesday Morning Club.
SANDRA HOOD . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Speedball Team:
Intramurals: Maiorette: Business Service Club, Clerk: F.N,A.
FRANCES R. HOPKINS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
Service Club: F.B.L.A.
LINDA DARNELL HOPKINS . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom
President: Student Representative.
SHIRLI HOROWITZ . . , ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit: Homeroom
President: Coaching "F": Student Coach: Senior Banquet, Com-
mittee: Drama Club: French Club: Open Forum Club: Scribblers
Club: Cate Officer.
FLORYNE E. HOWARD . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List ot
Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: Secretary to
the Cabinet: Student Board of Reviews, Clerk: Press, Exchange
Manager: FORESTER, Staff: F.N.A., Treasurer: Red Cross Club,
Recording Secretory, Sergeant-at-Arms: Spanish Club, Recording
JANICE R. HUBERT . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Coach: Pep Squad:
Drama Club: News Views Club: Open Forum Club, Sergeant-ah
Arms: Spanish Club: Assembly Participation: School Play.
SARAJANE HYMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . F.N.A.: Drama Club:
School Play: Homeroom Activities,
SONIA ISAACSON . . . ACADEMIC . , . Modern Dance Club:
SALLY M. JACHMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: List of
Merit: Year Treasurer: I-lomeroom President: Student Coach:
Intramurals: Lawyers Guild, Vice-President: Open Forum Club:
Cate Otticer: School Publicity Committee.
ROBERT R. JACKSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Lacrosse.
JUDY JACOB . . .ACADEMIC . . . National Honor Society: List of
Honor: Four Square Club: FORESTER, Ads Layout Editor: Press,
Girls' Sports Editor: Extracurricular "F": Club Council: F.T.A,:
Biology Club, President: Senior Farewell Assembly, Committee
Chairman: School Play.
AILEEN PHYLLIS JACOBS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of
Honor: List of Merit: F.B.L.A.
MARCY JACOBS . . . ACADEMIC . , , List of Honor: Four Square
Club: Judge: FORESTER, Staff: Intramurals: Cheerleader: F.T.A.:
Red Cross Club, School Publicity Committee.
NEIL JACOBS . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities,
CHARLENE HINDA JACOBSON . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . .
Student Board of Reviews: Business Service Club: F.B.l..A,: Drama
Club: Cafe Officer.
PATRICIA A. JARRELI. . . . GENERAL BASIC , . . Homeroom Presi-
PATRICIA JENKINS . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: Senator:
Intramurals: Junior Day: Modern Dance Club: Treble Choir: Home-
CAROL SUE JOFFE. ., ACADEMIC . . . News Views Club, Treasurer:
Band: Intramurals: Homeroom Activities.
BEVERLY ANNE JOHNSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . National Honor So-
ciety: Senator: Student Coach: Junior Day: Art Club: U .N.Y.:
Treble Choir, Vice-President, Treasurer.
MARY L. JOHNSON . . . ACADEMIC . , . Homeroom Activities.
ROBERNETTE MICHELE JOHNSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student
Coach: Treble Choir,
CAROLYN JONES . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
CAROLYN A. JONES . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Board of Re-
views: Student Coach: Intramurals: Junior Day: Junior Prom, Co-
Chairman: Treble Choir: Homeroom Activities.
LAWRENCE E. JONES . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Football: Basket-
MIRRIAM C. JONES . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Softball Team:
lntrornurals: Junior Prom Committee: Library Ald: Orchestra:
EMILE JULIAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Track, Cross Country: Pro-
iection Crew, President. I
MARLYN ELLEN KAHN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor: List of
Merit: FORESTER, Staff: Homeroom President: Varsity Speedball:
Senior Prom, Committee Chairman: Year Committees: Treble
Choir: Co-Ed Chorale.
SHEILA KALVAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Horneroom Vice-
KEN KANDEL . . . ACADEMIC . . . Biology Club: German Club:
LOIS C. KANN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: Homeroom Presi-
dent: Varsity Archery: Junior Day, Committee Chairman: F.T.A.:
50 Mile Swim: Treble Choir: Swimmers' Aid: Student Publicity
DIANA H. KAPLAN , . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: List of Merit:
Student Coach: Intramurals: F.T.A.: Biology Club: F.N.A.: Red
Cross Club: Homeroom Activities.
ILENE D. KAPLAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Honor:
F.B.L.A.: Homeroom Activities.
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RONA C. KAPLAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction: National
Honor Society: Student Coach: Intramurals: Junior Prom Commit-
tee: F.T.A., President: Biology Club: French Club: Modern Dance
Club, Vice-President: Spanish Club, Recording Secretary.
HOWARD M. KARR . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Cross Country
Team: J.V. Lacrosse: Varsity Baseball.
AUDREY KATZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor: Student Coach:
Intramurals: FTA.: Biology Club: Home Economics Club: Cale
JEFFREY R. KATZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Swimming Team.
KENNETH KAUFMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Track: Folksinging
Club: Men's Chorus.
RUTHANNE KAUFMAN . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . ..
List of Honor: FORESTER Staff: Student Coach: Library Club,
Historian: U.N.Y., Sergeant-at-Arms: Cafe Officer: Library Aid:
SHERRIE KAVALSKY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press, Stott:
FORESTER, Staff: Business Service Club: Scribblers Club: Cafe
DEBORAH KAYE . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: Student Board
of Reviews: Junior Prom, Committee: Senior Pram, Committee:
Art Club: F.N.A., Treasurer: Spanish Club, Treasurer: Library Aid:
School Publicity Committee: Homeroom Activities.
DEBORAH M. KELLY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom
LINDA H. KEMPNER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Four Square Club: Stu-
dent Board ot Reviews: Student Representative: Junior Day:
Senior Prom, Committee: Art Club: F.N.A.: Home Economics Club:
French Club: Cafe Director.
EUGENE M. KERMISCH . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Varsity
Club: Baseball Team: Rifle Team: J.V. Lacrosse: Swimming: Home-
room Activities: Rifle Club.
ROBERT KESSLER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
LEONARD A. KEYES . . . ACADEMIC . . . Co-Ed Chorale.
ERIC R. KING . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . Track Team.
HARRIEN KING . . . AcAoEMic . . , List of Honor: Fotzestsiz, stuff,
Senior Pram Committee: F.T.A.: School Play: Locker Aid: Swimmers'
Aid: Homeroorn Activities.
ALLAN KINSEY . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Swimming: Men's Chorus.
RUTH M. KIRSH . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: Four Square
Club: FORESTER, Staff: Homeroom President: Student Coach:
Junior Day, Committee: Junior Day: Senior Inaugural Activities,
Committee Chairman: Drama Club: French Club.
FANNIE KITT . . . ACADEMIC . . . Treble Choir: Sonrisa Singers
JEFFREY S. KLAUSNER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: List ot
Merit: National Honor Society, Secretary: Boys' Opportunity Club:
Press, Boys' Sports Editor: Varsity Basketball: J.V. Lacrosse, Basket-
ball: Junior Day, Committee Chairman: Physics Club.
LORRIE KLEIN . . .ACADEMIC . . . Student Coach: Pep Squad:
Senior Prom, Committee: Drama Club: F.N.A.: Assembly Participa'
tion: School Play. I
STEPHEN B. KOENIGSBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . .Year Sergeant-ah
Arms: J.V. Swimming: Biology Club: German Club: Proiection
LINDA 5. KOHN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: Intramurals:
Red Cross Club: School Play.
JAN KOPPEI. . . . ACADEMIC . . . Year Sargeont-at-Arms: Varsity
Club: Open Forum Club: Wednesday Morning Club, Sergeant-at
Arms: Golf Team,
MAXINE T. KORMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: lntra'
murals: F.T.A.: Math Club, Vice-President: Red Cross Club,
Corresponding Secretary: Cate Officer: Student Publicity Com'
LYNDA S. KORPISZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Biology Club: Drama Club:
Open Forum Club: School Play.
JUDIE KRAUSE . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals: Drama Club:
Lawyers'GuiId: Modern Dance Club: Open Forum Club.
ROBERT W. KRAUSS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . .J.V. Swim-
ming, Track: Junior Day.
HARRIET BARBARA KRAVETZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Senior Prom,
Committee: Art Club: Drama Club.
TERRY KRULEVITZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Board of Reviews:
Archery Team: Intramurals: Junior Day, Committee: Year Com-
mittee: French Club: F.T.A.: Wednesday Morning Club.
CARL E. KUPFER . . . ACADEMIC . . .J.V. Track: Projection Crew.
PAULA HELEN KURPECK . . . ACADEMIC . . .Junior Day, Commit-
tee: Art Club: French Club: Library Club: Library Aid.
BARBARA KUSHEL . . . ACADEMIC . , . List at Honor: National
Honor Society: FORESTER, Staff: Shield: Art Club, President:
Modern Dance Club, President: News Views Club, Treasurer
ELLEN RONNYE KUSHNER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . .F.N.A.:
School Play: Library Aid: Homeroom Activities.
RONALD S. LANDSMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Varsity Club: Boys'
Opportunity Club, Vice'President: Judge: I-lomeroom President:
Lacrosse Team: J.V. Lacrosse: Biology Club: News Views Club:
Open Forum Club.
KAREN LANSBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: List of Merit:
Press, Staff: Senior Banquet, Committee: Art Club: Biology Club:
Latin Club: Scribblers Club.
SHERYL ANITA LANSEY . . . ACADEMIC . , . Horneraom Activities.
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F .B.L.A.: Business Service Club.
LAWRENCE L. LEAKE . . . BUSINESS EDUCAIION . . .Homeroom
Vice-President: Student Representative: Orchestra.
BONNIE S. LEAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Press, Advertising Manager:
Homeroom President: Table Tennis Team: Intramurals, Junior
Day, Committee: Year Committee: Co-Ed Chorale,
SHERRY .IEAN LEE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Minor "FU:
'64 Numerals: Shield: Basketball, Speedball Teams: Intramurals:
Head Maiorette: Club Council: Business Service Club.
WILLA LEE . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor: '64 Numerals: Intra-
murals: Junior Day: Officials' Club: Homeroom Activities.
VERA Y. LEFFMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . F.N.A.: Red Cross Club,
LEAH LEISURE . . . ACADEMIC . . .Archery Team: Speedball Team:
Intramurals: Otticials' Club.
RUTH JEAN LEITER . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . .
List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: FORES'
TER, Clubs Editor: Extracurricular "F": Junior Prom, Committee:
German Club: Library Club, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms: U.N,Y.,
Treasurer: Wednesday Morning Club.
ELLEN LESSANS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Honor: List
of Merit: Four Square Club: Press, Business Manager: Red Cross
Club: Senior Prom, Committee Chairman: Business Service Club.
ELLYN S. LEVEN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . . Intramurals: Jun-
ior Day, Committee: Biology Club: Spanish Club: Open Forum
Club: U.N.Y.: Homeroom Activities.
ELAINE F. LEVI . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . . List of
Distinction: List ot Honor: FORESTER, Bookkeeper: Student Re-
presentative: Student Coach: Cate Officer: Homeroom President:
F,T.A., Corresponding Secretary: Treble Choir.
TINA L. LEVI . . . ACADEMIC . . .Treble Choir: Sonrisa Singers.
DAVID J. LEVIN . . . ACADEMIC . . .Varsity Club: Tennis Team.
DEEDEE L. LEVIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: Drama Club:
RHONDA H. LEVIN . . . ACADEMIC . . .Biology Club: Drama Club:
Follcsinging Club: Library Aid: Scribblers' Club, Cate Otticer.
BARBARA S. LEVITZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit: Press, Copy
Reader: Homeroom Activities.
BEVERLY IRIS LEVY . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor: List ot Merit:
Student Representative: Junior Prom, Committee: Senior Prorn,
Committee: F.T.A.: Math Club: Modern Dance Club.
DEBORAH JOAN LEVY . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Distinction:
List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square Club: FORES-
TER, Records Editor: Student Coach: Junior Prom, Committee:
French Club: Senior Inaugural Assembly, Committee Chairman
SONDRA PHYLLIS LEVY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
Service Club, Treasurer.
CECELIA LEWIS . . . ACADEMIC , . . WITI-IDRAWN . . . Homeroom
SUSAN L. LIBOWITZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Board of Re-
views: FORESTER, Staff: Student Coach: Senior Prom, Committee:
Art Club: F.N.A.: F.T.A.
NIAXINE R. LICHTIG . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of I-lonor: Folksing-
ing Club: Latin Club.
SHARON LIEBERMAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Merit:
Intramurals: Biology Club: Business Service Club: F,B.L.A.: Cafe
LESLIE ANN LILLIEN . . . ACADEMIC , . . List at Honor: National
Honor Society: Cabinet: Senator: FORESTER, Subscription Mana-
ger: Club Council, President: F.N.A.: F.T.A.: Wednesday Morn-
MYRNA G, LIPPMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Distinction: Na-
tional Honor Society: Four Square Club: Cabinet: Judge: Press,
Editor-in-Chief: Homeroom President: Extracurricular "F":
F.T.A.: Red Crass Club, Sergeant-at-Arms.
JEFFREY H. LONDON . . . ACADEMIC , . . J.V, Baseball: Junior
Prom, Committee: Biology Club.
LESLIE ROSELLE LOSCHER . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Stu-
dent Coach: Intramurals: Business Service Club.
JANICE LOVE . . . ACADEMIC . , , List of Honor: Student Reprej
sentative: Intramurals: Senior Prom, Committee Chairman: Art
Club: F.N.A.: Homeroom Activities.
LEAS'SA DEE LUND . . .ACADEMIC . . . List at I-loner: Table Tennis
Team: Junior Prom,KCommittee: Drama Club: Homeroom Activities.
CAROLE YVETTE LYLES . . . ACADEMIC . . , List of Honor: Junior
Day: Folksinging Club: Scribblers Club: Treble Choir: Sonrisa
WILHELMINA MILDRED MACK . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Biology
Club: Homeroom Activities.
FRANNIE MAGGIO . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Homeroom
President: Sonrisa Singers: Forest Park Choir,
WARREN P. MAGID . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit: J.E.T.S.:
GLORIA FRANCES MAGRAM . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor:
List of Merit: Student Coach: Intramurals: F.N,A.: Treble Choir:
Biology Club: Modern Dance Club.
JUDY MANNES . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor: Student Board
of Reviews: FORESTER, Staff: Intramurals: Junior Prom, Commit-
tee: F.N.A.: Homeroom Activities.
JANE ELLEN MARKIN . . . ACADEMIC. . . Four Square Club: Press
Staff: IZORESTER, Staff: Intramurals: Junior Day, Committee Chair-
man: Senior lnaugural, Chairman: Red Cross Club.
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HAROLD STEPHEN MARKS . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY
. . . List of Merit, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club,
Historian, Press, Staff, FORESTER, Staff, I-lomeroom President,
Student Coach, German Club, Club Council Representative,
ESTHER MARTON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals: FORESTER,
MICHELLE MASON . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . F.N.A., Home-
NORMAN B. MAZER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Track Team, Stage Crew:
Biology Club, Rifle Club, Spanish Club.
SUSAN G. MAZER . . . ACADEMIC. . . List of Honor, Four Square
Club, Coaching Letter, Senior Banquet, Chairman, Club Coun-
cil, Committee Chairman, French Club, Math Club, Red Cross
Club, Wednesday Morning Club, Intramurals.
GAIL B. MCCORMICK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Varsity
Basketball, Business Service Club, F.B.L.A.: Modern Dance Club.
BARBARA ANN McCRARY .' . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intra-
murals: Modern Dance Club, Homeroorn Activities.
SHARON A. MCCULLOUGH . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Busi-
ness Service Club.
WILLIAM McKOY . . . GENERAL TECHNICAL . . . Tennis Team:
J.V. Wrestling, Men's Chorus.
WILLIAM E. McMAHON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Football Team, Mana-
ger, Swimming Team, Manager, J.V. Lacrosse.
CHARLES L. MEBANE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . J.V. Foot-
.MELVIN MEISTER . . . ACADEMIC , , . J.V Track, Homeroom
GARY J. MELIKER . . . ACADEMIC . . .J.V. Lacrosse.
RONNIE B. MENAKER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Board of Re-
views, FORESTER, Staff, Student Coach, Varsity Speedball,
Senior Farewell Assembly, Committee, Senior Banquet, Commit-
tee, French Club, F.T.A., Math Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Wednes-
day Morning Club.
LELIA E. MERRITT . . . ACADEMIC , . . Intramurals, Treble Choir,
Sonrisa Singers, Forest Park Choir.
ROBBIN METTLE . . . ACADEMIC . . . Galt Team, J.V. Football,
DEBORAH MICHELSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction,
List of Honor, National Honor Society, FORESTER, Staff, Junior
Prom, Committee Chairman, Senior Inaugural Assembly, Commit-
tee Chairman, French Club, President, F.T.A., History Club, Presi-
dent, Open Forum Club, Recording Secretary.
BARBARA H. MILIMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, Intramurals, Discophiles, Vice-President, Public Speaking
Club, Recording Secretary, Cafe Officer, Senior Prom, Committee.
BECKI MILLER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Coach, Shield, Intra-
murals: Junior Day, Committee Chairman, Aquatic Club, Treas-
urer, Latin Club.
FRANCES A. MILLER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, FORESTER,
Staff, Intramurals, Junior Prom, Committee, F.T.A., C-hess Club,
Secretary, French Club, Public Speaking Club, President.
INETTE G. MILLER , . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor, List of Merit,
Press, Staff, FORESTER, Staff, Senior Prom, Chairman, Pep Squad,
Drama Club, Open Forum Club, Treasurer, Red Cross Club, Cate
JEFFREY RICHARD MILLER . . . ACADEMIC . , , National Honor So-
ciety, Boys' Opportunity Club, President, Student Board of Re-
views, Cabinet, Press, Staff, FORESTER, Staff, Coaching Direc-
tor, Varsity Baseball, Basketball, Football, Junior Day, Commit-
tee, Junior Prom, Committee.
MARILYN H. MILLER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction, Stu-
dent Vice-President, National Honor Society, Four Square Club,
Girls' Sports Association, Secretary, Senator, Student Coach,
'64 Numerals, Varsity Basketball, Speedball, Volleyball, Extra-
LINDA LEE MILLOFF . . . ACADEMIC . . . Art Metal Club, Folksing-
ing Club, School Play.
EDIE MONCARZ . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Student Coach,
Business Service Club, Modern Dance Club.
BARBARA R. MORDES . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, Coaching
Letter, Intramurals, Junior Day, Biology Club, Drama Club,
French Club, Open Forum Club, Cate Officer. '
CAROL I. MORGANSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor, Four
Square Club, Intramurals, Extracurricular "F", Senior Inaugural
Activities, Committee Chairman, Senior Prom, Committee, Biology
Club, Public Speaking Club, Treasurer, Cafe Officer.
LYNNE MORRIS . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representative, Jun-
ior Day, Junior Prom, Committee, Modern Dance Club.
CAROL L. MOSES . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Four Square Club, Chief Justice, Judge, Intra-
murals, Junior Prom, Co-Chairman, Club Council, U.N.Y., Presi-
dent, Vice President, Corresponding Secretary, Sergeant-ar
Arms, School Publicity Committee.
DANNY MOSES . , . ACADEMIC . . . Varsity Club, Cross Country,
Track, Wrestling Teams, Horneroom Activities,
VIVIEN MOSSOVITZ . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . . Student
Coach: F.N.A.: F.B.L.A., Modern Dance Club, Homeroom Activities.
PATRICIA ANN MUNCK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of
Honor, Maiorette, Junior Day, Committee, Treble Choir, Swim-
mers' Aid. .
BRENDA JUANITA MYERS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press,
Staff, Student Representative, Business Service Club, Modern
Dance Club, I-lomeroom Activities,
JUDIE NADITCH . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals.
MARILYN E. NATHAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Press, Staff, Student
Coach, Intramurals, School Play: Homeroom Activities.
STARR R. NATHANSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom President,
F.N.A., Hornercom Activities.
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PATRICIA NEEDLE . . . ACADEMIC , . . List of Honorg Homeroom
President, Intramurals, Year Committee Chairman, Open Forum
MARSHA S. NITZBURG . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intrarnuralsg Senior
Farewell Assembly, Committeeg Senior Banquet, Committeeg
Senior Prom, Committeeg Modern Dance Club.
JOYCE NORINSKY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION ...Varsity Speed-
ballp Business Service Club, F.N.A., I-lorneroom Activities.
JUDY NORINSKY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Varsity Speeds
ball, Homeroom Activities.
JAMES NORMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representotiveg
J .V. Baseball.
EILEEN JOYCE NUSSBAUM . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intra-
muralsg Business Service Clubg Open Forum Clubg U.N.Y.g Modern
Dance Club, Horneroom Activities.
STEPHEN OBERFELD . . . GENERAL BASIC... Horneroom President,
SHARON LOI5 OKUM . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Student
Coach, Intrarnuralsg Biology Clubg Business Service Club, Coun-
seIor's Aidp English Department Aid. '
THOMAS J. O'NEILL . . . ACADEMIC . . . Football, Wrestling,
JOLENE OPPENHEIM . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Varsity
Tennisg Senior Prom Committeeg Open Forum Club, Sonrisa
HOWARD PARMET . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom President.
NANCY E. PATTERSON . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . .. F.B.L.A.,
Drama Club: Library Club.
JUDI PATZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramuralsg Senior Prom, Com-
mittee, Drama Clubp Lawyers Guildg Modern Dance Club, Open
Forum Club: School Play. '
JERRY A. PAUL . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
MICHAEL PEAY . . . ACADEMIC . . . Fresh-Soph Basketball,
RUTHIE PERKAI. . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press, Staff,
Business Service Club.
STEPHANIE R. PERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List at I-Ionor.
BARBARA L. PIERCE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Locker Aid.
DELORES MICHELLE PINN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Intra-
muralsf Modem Dance Club.
LILLIAN PLATT . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: I-Iomeroom Vice-
President, Student Coachg Junior Prom, Committee, Senior in-
augural Assembly, Committee, Club Councilg Modern Dance Club,
Folksinging Clubg Open Forum Club, Treasurerp U,N,Y,, Presidentg
JANIS PLEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Biology Clubg Drama Club.
BESS S. PODOLSKY . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representativeg
Intramuralsp Junior Day, Committee: Senior Prom, Committee
Chairman: Art Club: F.N.A.g Modern Dance Club.
H. Parmet Singers, Homeroom Activities.
STEPHANIE R. POLSKY . . .ACADEMIC . . .Biology Club, Folksinge
ISRAEL OPPENHEIMER . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY ing Clubp Open Forum Cluby Scribblers Club, Cafe Officer.
. . . List ot Merit, National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club:
FORESTER, Staff, Coaching Director, Student Coach, '64 Num- SHERRY M. POSNER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION ...Student Repre'
erals, J .V . "F"g .I .E.T.S ., Club Council Representative. W Sentutivep Intramurals, Drama Club,
LINDA SUE OSTROWSKY . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of I-Ionorg Four STUART G. POSNER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representativeg
Square Clubp Student Board of Reviews, Press, Copy Reader, '64 Nurnerolsg J.V. Lacrosse, Trackg Biology Club.
Proofreaderp Junior Dayg Biology Clubg Physics Clubg Scribblers
Clubp Wednesday Morning Clubg The "Keyf' LINDA PRESSMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor, Student
Coachg lntramuralsg F.N.A.g Homeroom Activities.
CHANA PANCER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Business Service Club, F.B.L.A., Corresponding Secretaryg Locker ROBERT W. PRICE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION I ' A J AV. Bosketbcnu
Aidg Cafe Officer.
ELIZABETH ANNE PARKER . . . ACADEMIC . . .llntramuralsg SHARON L. PRINCE . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Intramurals.
5- , I SUSAN G. PRISTOOP . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . .
,IM . CARL E. PARKS . . . Business soucf-mon . . . cs-sd chown., List of Distinction: National Honor society, Four sqwe club,
JF " y, Hqmergom Activities, FORESTER, Undergraduate Sales Manager, Student Coach: Club
fir? Council, Secretary: J.E.T.S., Secretary-Treasurer, Library Club,
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Club: Homeroom Activities.
SHARON G. RABINOWICH . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Sonrisa
Singers: Forest Park Choir.
SHEILA M. RABINOWITZ
Home Economics Club:
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Intramurals: Biology Club: F.N.A,:
HARRIET L. RANKIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor: List of
Merit: Four Square Club:
Senior Farewell Assembly,
Intramurals: Junior Day, Committees:
Chairman: Biology Club, Sergeant-at
Arms, Corresponding Secretory: Home Economics Club: French
Club: Homeroom Activities.
KAREN J. RANKIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Board of Reviews:
Extracurricular "F": Junior Day, Committee: Open Forum Club,
Vice-President, Sergeant-at-Arms: School Play.
BARRY C. RASCOVAR . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor: List of
Merit: National Honor Society: Boys' Opportunity Club: Press,
Boys' Sports Editor, Staff: FORESTER, Boys' Sports Editor: Bas-
ketball Team: Junior Day: Homeroom President.
LEE RASCOVAR . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals: Drama Club:
Open Forum Club. 4
SHERYL E. REDING . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit: Student
Coach: F.T.A.: Drama Club: Scribblers Club: Spanish Club:
English Department Aid: School Play.
JOANNE REID . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business Service
Club: Modern Dance Club.
ALAN REINHARD . . . ACADEMIC . . , Student Representative:
PAULA P. REISIG . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . . List of Honor:
Press, Staff: F.N .A.: Modern Dance Club: Library Club.
DOLORES R. RETER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
CINDY RIBERKOF . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . lntrarnurals:
Homeroom President: Business Service Club,
PHYLLIS E. RICE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press, Staff:
Intramurals: Business Service Club: F.N.A.: Library Club: Red
ANDRA TERYL RICHMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals: Jun-
ior Day, Choral Director: Home Economics Club: French Club:
Red Cross Club: Treble Choir: Co-Ed Chorale: Assembly Partici-
RACHEL J. RICHMOND . . . ACADEMIC . . . Junior Prom, Com-
mittee: Senior Prom, Committee: F.N.A.: Home Economics Club:
GILDA W. RIDDICK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals:
KATHLEEN J. ROBINSON . . . ACADEMIC , . . Student Representa-
tive: Intramurals: Junior Day, Committee: Senior Prom, Commit-
tee: Art Club, Recording Secretary.
JIM ROGERS . . . GENERAL TECHNICAL . . , Hameroom Activities.
MAY B. ROGERS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals:
JOAN D. ROMBRO . , . ACADEMIC . . . Senior Farewell Assembly,
Committee: Drama Club: Spanish Club: School Play: Library
Aid: Homeroom Activities.
CAROLYN ROSEN . . . ACADEMIC . . , Press, Staff: Senior Prom,
Committee: Year Committees: Math Club: Open Forum Club.
HONEY LYNN ROSEN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit: Art Club,
Treasurer: F.N.A.: Nurse's Aid: Junior Prom, Committees: Senior
Inaugural Activities, Committee: Senior Farewell Assembly,
Committee Chairman, Homeroom Activities.
JOEL ROSEN . . . ACADEMIC .. . Homeroom Activities.
SHERRY M. ROSEN , . . ACADEMIC . . , I-lomeroom President:
FORESTER, Staff: Junior Day, Committee: Junior Prom, Committee:
Senior Inaugural Activities, Committee: French Club: F.N.A.:
Physics Club: Student Publicity Committee.
LAURlE H. ROSENBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representa-
tive: Student Coach: Maiorette: 50 Mile Swim: Band,
LOIS ROSENBERG . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . , . Press, Head
Typist: Press, Staff: Intramurals: Business Service Club.
MICHAEL N, ROSENBLATT . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Wrestling:
JUDY ROSENBLOOM . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Coach: Intra-
muialsg Junior Prom, Committee: Senior Prom, Committee: Art
Club, Vice-President: Biology Club: Red Cross Club: School
TOD ROSENDALE , . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
BARBARA R. ROSENTHAL . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY
. . . List of Honor: National Honor Society, President: Four Square
Club: Judge: Coaching Letter: Extracurricular "F": Junior Prom,
Committee Chairman: .I.E.T.S., Vice-President: Cabinet: Co-Ed
MARSHA LEE ROSENTHAL . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press,
EILEEN BETTY ROTHSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC , . . Intramurals: Jun-
ior Day, Committee: French Club: F.N .A .: Spanish Club: Treble
Choir: Co-Ed Chorale: Cafe Officer: Folksinging Club.
TERRY R. ROTHSTEIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals:
Junior Day, Committee: Biology Club: U.N.Y.: FORESTER, Staff:
Open Forum Club: Horneroom Activities.
TERRY MAXINE ROY . . .ACADEMIC . . . '64 Numerals: Badminton
Team: Junior Day: Officials Club, Sunrise Singers. -
REBECCA MARCIA RUBENSTEIN . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PRE-
PARATORY . . , List of Honor: National Honor Society: Four Square
Club: Girls' Sports Association, Treasurer: FORESTER, Business
Manager: Shield: Varsity Tennis: Junior Day, Committee: Aquatic
Club, Historian: F.T.A. k
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Secretary, National Honor Society, Treasurer, Four Square Club,
Judge: Junior Day, Junior Prom, Committee Chairman, Aquatic
Club, Recording Secretary, F.T.A., Wednesday Morning Club,
ROCHELLE Y. RUBIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . , U.N.Y., Son-
risa Singers, Cafe Officer, Forest Park Choir. .
EDYTHE M. RUBINSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List
of Merit, Intramurals, F .N .A., Home Economics Club, French Club,
School Publicity Committee, Student Board ot' Reviews, FORESTER,
SHARON E. RUDO . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction, List of
Honor, FORESTER Staff, Art Club, French Club, Modern Dance
Club, Cate Officer.
ANNE'l'l'E E. SACHS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Homeroom President, Senior Prom Committee, Business Service
Club, Spanish Club, Homeroom Activities.
ELAINE J. SACHS . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Senior Prom, Commit-
tee, Senior Banquet, Committee.
ELLEN SUSAN SAGAL . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Cafe Ofe
EDWARD S. SANDLER . . . ACADEMIC . . .Junior Day, Drama Club,
VASHTI L. SAVAGE . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Basket-
ball Team, Junior Day, Junior Prom, Committee, Treble Choir,
ARLENE F. SCHERR . . . ACADEMIC . . . FORESTER, Photography
Editor, Homeroom President, Student Representative, Intra-
murals, Junior Day, Committee, Year Committees, F.T.A., Ser-
geant-at-Arms, Math Club.
MICHAEL SCHERR . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representative:
Lacrosse Team, J.V. Lacrosse, Wrestling Team, Varsity Club,
SELENE scnekiz . . . AcAoeMic . . , List of Honor: Senior In-
augural Assembly Committee, Intramurals, Junior Day, Com-
mittee, Jun-ior Prom, Committee: News Views Club.
ROSALYN M. SCHNEIDER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Li-
brary Aid, Nurse's Aid, F.N .A.
JOAN O. SCHNEIER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Honor, Student
Coach, Intramurals, Senior Prom, Committee, French Club, F.T.A.,
Public Speaking Club, Counselor's Aicl.
SOL SCHNESSEL . . . ACADEMIC . . . Biology Club, Scribblers
Club, Vice-President, Corresponding Secretary, Senior Banquet,
Committee, Cafe Officer.
JOSEPH SCHNITZER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Representative,
J.V. Wrestling, Biology Club, Physics Club.
JUDI SCHONEBAUM . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Homeroom President, Junior Day, Committee
Chairman, Junior Day, Club Council, Open Forum Club, President,
Wednesday Morning Club, Vice-President, Svvimmer's Aid, Extra-
ANNE ROBERTA SCHWARTZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Press, Stott,
Senior Prom, Committee Chairman, Cafeteria Officer, Folksing-
ing Club. '
ARLENE SCHWARTZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Press, Staff, Junior Day,
Committee, Library Club, Folksinging Club, French Club, Sonriso
Singers, Forest Pork Choir.
ARLENE J. SCHWARTZ . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . , Homeroom
MAYTA SCHWARTZ . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . , . Business
Service Club, F.N.A.
PHYLLIS E. SCHWARTZ . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . FORESTER,
Staff, Press, Staff, Intramurals, Junior Prom, Committee, F.B.L.A.,
Business Service Club.
JOHN M. SCOTT . . . ACADEMIC . . . Horneroorn Activities.
PATRICIA B. SCOTT . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Coach, Junior
Day, Committee, Art Club, Officials Club, U.N.Y.
MARSHA NESSA SEGAL. . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . F.N.A.,
Business Service Club, Homeroom Activities.
INA SEIDENBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Four Square Club, Cabinet, FORESTER, Staff,
Coaching Letter, Pin, Extracurricular "F", Club Council, Lawyers'
Guild, Vice-President, Treasurer, Cate Supervisor.
SUSAN M. SEIDENBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . .iYear Treasurer,
FORESTER, Staff, Student Representative, Open Forum Club,
School Play, l-lomeroom Activities.
STEPHEN L. SELIGSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Football Team, Home-
RUTH SETREN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
FORESTER, Publicity Editor, Year Committees, F.T.A., Biology
Club, Drama Club, Secretary, French Club, Senior Banquet, Com
mittee, School Play.
HARRIETTE A. SETTLER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Four
Square Club, FORESTER, Staff, Student Representative, Intra-
murals, F.N.A., Home Economics Club, Treasurer, French Club,
Cafe Officer, Nurse's Aid.
PAMELA D. SEWELL . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Orchestra.
BETTY ANN SHAPIRO . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of I-lonor, National
Honor Society, Shield, Varsity Tennis, Table Tennis, Junior Day,
Drama Club, Vice-President, School Play, I-'Iomeroom Activities.
MILTON P. SHARPS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Track Team,
CHARLES SHELTON . . . ACADEMIC . . . I-Iomeroorn President,
J.V. Track, Homeooam Activities.
BRENDA R. SHERR . . . ACADEMIC . . . '64 Nurnerals, Shield,
Archery Team, Intramurals, Latin Club, Officials Club, Cafe Of-
ficer, Homeroom Activities.
ROSALYN K. SHIPLEY . . . ACADEMIC , . .Junior Day, Committee,
Club Council, French Club, Recording Secretary, News Views
Club, Spanish ' Club, Sergeant-at-Arms.
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tive, Intramurals, F.N.A., Historian, Public Speaking Club, Locker
Aid, Business Service Club, Nurse-'s Aid.
LOTS SHREWSBURY . . . GENERAL BASIC . , . Homeroom Activities,
AMY E. SHUB . . . ACADEMIC . . .Junior Day, Club Council, Vice-
President, Latin Club, Vice-President, Band, Assembly Participa-
tion, Homeroom Activities.
NADINE SIAMON . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, Intramurals,
Forestettes, Senior Prom, Committee, Biology Club, Sonrisa Sing-
ers, Nurse's Aid, Cafe Officer.
SALLY SIEGEL . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals, Busi'
ness Service Club, Homeroom Activities.
WYNNE SIEGEL . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Four Square
Club, Student Coach, Intramurals, Senior Inaugural, Committee
Chairman, Year Committees, F.T.A., Latin Club, Math Club, Cafe
STEVEN SILBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, National
Tlcnor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, FORESTER, Circulation
Manager, Press, Staff, Student Representative, Basketball Team,
J.V. Lacrosse, Physics Club, Vice-President,
ELLEN RITA SILVERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Spanish
ETHEL SILVERMAN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Extracurricular "F", Year Committee, Art Metal Club, Business
Service Club, Secretary, Lawyer's Guild, Open Forum Club,
Cafe Officer, Senior Farewell Assembly, Committee.
NANCY J. SILVERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, Four
Square Club, FORESTER, Administrative Secretary, Intramurals,
Junior Day, Committee Chairman, F.T.A., Biology Club, Home
Economics Club, Cafe Officer, Club Council.
DEBORAH SUE SIMON . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Distinction,
List of Honor, FORESTER, Proofreading Editor, FORESTER, Staff,
Student Representative, Junior Day, Committee Chairman, Junior
Day, F.T.A., Wednesday Morning Club, Senior Banquet, Com-
mittee Chairman. i
JUDY SINGER . . . ACADEMIC .Q . List of Honor, Chess Club, Folk-
singing Club, Physics Club.
NEIL B. SIRASKY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Band.
PHYLLIS D. SKLAROFF . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Student
Representative, Sonrisa Singers, Locker Aid, Cafe Officer,
BERNICE SKWERSKY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . , . F.N.A.:
JANE SMITH . . . ACADEMIC , . . Intramurals, Senior Prom, Com-
mittee, Drama Club, School Play,
ODESSA SMITH . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Student Represent-
ative, Student Coach, Business Service Club, F.B.l.,A., Home-
SUSAN B. SMITH . . . ACADEMIC . . . Biology Club, F.N.A., Red
Cross Club, Corresponding Secretary.
THOMAS K. SMITH . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Football, Lacrosse,
Teams, JN, Football, Lacrosse.
DAVID A. SMOLLER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom President,
Junior Day, Senator, Assembly Participation.
MARLENE SNEIDER . . , ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, National Honor Society, Girls' Sports Association, Vicev
President, FORESTER, Girls' Sports Editor, BasketballTeam, Speed-
ball Team, Volleyball Team, Officials' Club, President.
HARRIETI' J. SNYDER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . . Intramurals,
Junior Prom, Committee, Aquatic Club, Business Service Club,
F,B.L.A., Treble Choir.
KAY R, SNYDER . . . ACADEMIC . , . Pep Squad, Drama Club,
Open Forum Club, Red Cross Club, Senior Prom, Committee
Chairman, Homeroom Activities. I WT
PAMELA E. SNYDER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List Of Honor:
List of Merit, Year Committees, F.N.A., Business Service Club,
English Office Aid,
STEPHEN SNYDER . , . ACADEMIC . , , Junior Prom, Commit!
tee, Lawyers' Guild, Public Speaking Club.
ANTON SOBER . , . ACADEMIC . , . Rifle Team, Rifle Club.
BARBARA SOLLOD . . . ACADEMIC . . , Student Representative,
Cafe. Officer, Junior Day, Committee, F.N.A., Red Cross Club.
GAIL TERRY SOMMERS . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, FORESTER,
Business Manager, Student Board of Reviews, Student Represent-
ative, Year Committees, Biology Club, Public Speaking Club.
WILMA I. SPALTER , . . ACADEMIC . , . F.N.A., Physics Club,
Red Cross Club, Senior Prom, Committee, Homeroom Activities,
SUE G. SPECTOR . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . , . Homeroom
ARTHUR J. STAFFORD . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom
President, Student Representative, Art Club, Business Service
Club: Drama Club.
FRANK V. STALLINGS II . , . ACADEMIC . . . Track Team.
EDWARD STEIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION , . . Band.
LOUIS I. STEIN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeroom Ac-
PAUL T. STEIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Boys' Opportunity Club, Home-
room Vice-President, Stage Crew, Junior Day, Band, School
Play, Assembly Participation, Cafe Director.
CAROL. D. STEINBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . Library Aid, Home-
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murals, Junior Day, Biology Club, Senior Farewell Assembly,
Committee Chairman, Open Forum Club, School Publicity Com-
LOIS S. STEINHORN . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press, Staff,
Intramurals, Business Service Club, F.N.A., Library Club, Red
Cross Club, Student Representative, Senior Prom, Committee.
IRWIN STERNBERG . . . GENERAL BASIC . . . Horneroom President.
TOMMIE SUE STOKES . . , BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business
Service Club, Discophiles Club, F.N.A., Treble Choir, Sonrisa
SUSAN R. STRINGER . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Distinction, List
of Honor, Homeroom President, Student Coach, Intramurals,
Junior Day, French Club, Co-Ed Chorale.
MARCIA STRUMWATER . . . ACADEMIC . . . F.N.A., Drama Club,
MARLENE SUKONECK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals:
FRANCES LEE SUMER5 . . . ACADEMIC . . . List ot Merit, Press,
Staff, Senior Farewell Assembly, Committee Chairman, Senior
Banquet, Committee, Junior Day, F.N.A., Recording Secretary,
Drama Club, Red Cross Club, Scribblers Club, School Play.
CINDY R. SURASKY . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Biology Club,
Business Service Club, I-Iomeraom Activities.
ANN L. SUSKIN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Pep Squad, Drama Club,
Open Forum Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, School Play,
CAROL SUSSMAN . . , ACADEMIC . . . FORESTER, Staff, Stu-
dent Coach, Junior Prom, Committee, Year Committees, Art
Club, Discophiles Club.
KRISTINA SYNNERGREN . . .. ACADEMIC . . , National Honor
Society, Cabinet: Chess Club, Vice-President, Wednesday Marn-
GARY ELLIOTT TALLES . . . ACADEMIC . . . Year Sergeant-on
Arms, Boys' Opportunity Club, Varsity Club, President, Swimming,
MARILYN A. TANNEBAUM . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . .Drama
Club, F.B.L.A., School Play, Library Aid,
IRVIN TARK . . . ACADEMIC . . . J.V. Baseball, Football, Baskete
ball, Student Representative, I-lomeroom Activities.
SUE TAUSTINE . . . ACADEMIC . . , Girls' Sports Association, Vol-
leyball Team, Intramurals, Chess Club, Modern Dance Club, Open
Forum Club, Physics Club, 50 Mile Swim.
MARIETTA L. TAYLOR . . . ACADEMIC . , . Intramurals, Modern
Dance VClub, Forestette, Treble Choir.
ROBERT L. TAYLOR . . . ACADEMIC , . , Baseball Team.
PHYLLIS E. THOMAS . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Board of Re-
views, Intramurals, Junior Prom, Committee, Modern Dance
Club, Treble Choir, Senior Farewell Assembly, Committee.
LYNN TOPAZ . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Intramurals, F.N.A.,
Sergeant-at-Arms, Public Speaking Club, Locker Aid, Business
Service Club, Nurse's Aid.
LOIS INA TRALINS . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Modern Dance
Club, Red Cross Club, Spanish Club.
CHRISTINE M. TSAKIRIS . ACADEMIC . , . List of Honor, List
of Merit, Press, Staff, Intramurals, Head Cheerleader, Junior
Day, Junior Prom, Committee: Junior Prom Queen, Biology Club,
HENRY B. TUCKER . . . ACADEMIC . . , Co-Ed Chorale.
JOSEPH TUREK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . I-Iomeroom Activ-
NANNIE V. TURNER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Library Aid.
GUADALUPE S. VELA . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Biology Club, Business Service Club, Drama Club, F.B.L.A., Library
Club, Spanish Club.
JOAN A. VICKERS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . , Student Repre-
sentative, Biology Club, Recording Secretary: Treble Choir,
DEBORAH M. WAINWRIGHT . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals,
Junior Day, Art Club, Red Cross Club, Sonrisa Singers, Scribblers
ROBERT D. WALDMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, National
Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, President, Varsity Club,
Cabinet, Judge, Press, Staff, Swimming Team, Cafe Officer.
BILL WARNER . . . ACADEMIC . . . Audio Crew.
RAND: Meme WASSERMAN . Q . ACADEMIC . . . Press, Stott, Jun-
ior Day, Senior Prom, Committee Chairman, Art Club, Folksing-
ing Club, Secretary, Modern Dance Club, Spanish Club.
ADRIENNE 'K. WATSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . Basketball, Volley-
ball Teams, Intramurals, J .E.T .S
BERNARD WATTS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Track Team, Praiection Crew.
CAROL WEINBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . Tennis Team, Aquatic
CHERIE S. WEINER . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Press, Distirbu-
tion Manager, Intramurals, Senior Prom, Committee, Business Ser-
vice Club, Modern Dance Club.
MARLENE L. WEINGARTEN . . . ACADEMIC . , . Junior Day, Folk-
singing Club, Modern Dance Club, Homeroom Activities.
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Service Club, Homeroom Activities. V
ELAINE R. WEINSTEIN . . .BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Senior Prom, Committee, Business Service Club, F.T.A., Spanish
Club, Homeroom Activities.
LINDA WEINSTEIN . . . ACADEMIC , . . List of Honor, Press, Staff,
Student Representative, Intramurals, Senior Prom, Committee,
Junior Day, Biology Club, F.N.A., Drama Club, School Play.
NORMAN WEINSTOCK . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Year Com-
SIMMA WEINTRAUB . . . ACADEMIC . . . List at Honor, National
Honor Society, Four Square Club, Corresponding Secretory,
FORESTER, Features Editor, Student Representative, Student
Coach, Junior Prom, Committee Chairman, Club Council, Art
Club, Vice-President, French Club, Corresponding Secretary,
SUSAN I.. WEISBERG . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, FORESTER,
Staff, Horneroom President, Intramurals, F.T.A., Biology Club,
Home Economics Club, Historian, French Club, Red Crass Club.
SHIRLEY WEITZMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, List of
Merit, Junior Day, Committee, Biology Club, Physics Club, Sen-
ior Prorn, Committee, Homeroom Activities.
MICHAEL WERTZ . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, J,V. Football,
TYRONE WEST . . . GENERAL TECHNICAL . . . Homeroorn Activ-
JUNE A. WHITE.. . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Homeraom Activi-
ADELE E. WILLIAMS . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Biology
BRENDA DELORES WILLIAMS . . . ACADEMIC . . . Student Coach,
Varsity Basketball, Drama Club, Officials Club, Spanish Club,
Treble Choir, co-Ed Chorale, Sonrisa Singers.
DARA WILLEACE WILLIAMS . . . ACADEMIC . . . WITHDRAWN . . .
Intramurals, Homeroom Activities.
STEPHEN WILLIAMS, JR .... GENERAL BASIC . . . Homeroom
President, Basketball Team,
JESSIE M. WILSON . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals.
THEODORE G. WILSON . . . ACADEMIC . . , J.V. Football, Home-
GERALDINE WINTER . . . ACADEMIC . , . Intramurals, Biology
Club, F.N.A., I-Iomeroorn Activities.
CAROLYN D. WISE . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Intramurals,
Junior Prom, Committee, Business Service Club, F.B.L,A,, Modern
Dance Club: Treble Choir.
LESLIE DIANE WOLF . . . ACADEMIC . . . FORESTER, Staff, Archery
Team, Varsity Tennis, Moiorette, Biology Club, French Club,
Wednesday Morning Club.
LINDA SUE WOLFE . . . ACADEMIC . . . F.T.A., Physics Club, Orches-
tra, Student Coach, Cafe Officer, Homeroorn Activities.
RHODA JOAN WOLFE . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor, Four
Square Club, FORESTER, Staff, Press, Stott, F.T.A,, Biology Club,
Drama Club, News Views Club, President, Secretary, Scribblers
Club, Secretary, Wednesday Morning Club.
LINDA G. WOLFSON . . . ACADEMIC , . . List of Distinction,
List of Honor, List of Merit, Intramurals, F.T,A,, Biology Club,
French Club, Math Club, Homeroom President, Modern Dance
R. LEE WOODWARD . . . ACADEMIC . . . Homeroom Activities.
SHERLYNN NANCY WOOLFSON . . . ACADEMIC . . . List of Honor,
List of Merit, National Honor Society, Four Square Club, Extra-
curricular i'F", Junior Day, Committee, F.T,A., Meth Club, Presi-
dent, Vice-President, Red Cross Club, Historian, Student Coach.
ELLEN DEE YERMAN . . . ACADEMIC . . . Girls' Sports Association,
Press, Staff, Tennis Team, Intramurals, Junior Day, Committee
Chairman, Aquatic Club, Latin Club.
ERIC YOSPE . . . ACADEMIC . . .- Basketball Team, J.V. Basket-
ball, Biology Club.
EILEEN P. YOUNG . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . Business Service
Club, F.N.A., Homeroorn Activities.
PAUL YURFEST . . . ACADEMIC . . , Rifle Team, Horneroom Activi-
NANCY ZABA . . . ACADEMIC . . . Intramurals, Discophiles, Law-
yers' Guild, Treasurer, Open Forum Club.
SHARON A. ZALIS . . . BUSINESS EDUCATION . . . List of Merit,
Homeroom President, Extracurricular "F", Year Committee,
Art Metal Club, Business Service Club, President, Cate Officer.
SANDY E. ZELIGMAN . . , ACADEMIC . . . List of Merit, Student
Coach, Folksinging Club, Latin Club, Homeroorn Activities.
LINDA ZIERLER . . . SPECIAL COLLEGE PREPARATORY . . . List of
Distinction, List of Honor, National Honor Society, Four Square
Club, Cabinet, FORESTER, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Coaching Letter,
Junior Day, Committee, F.T.A., Historian, Wednesday Morning
DAVID ZISKIND . . . ACADEMIC , . . List of Honor, List of Merit,
National Honor Society, Boys' Opportunity Club, Student Repre-
sentative, J.V. Track, Cross Country, J.E.T.S., Physics Club, Presi-
KENNETH L. ZIV . . . ACADEMIC . . . Horneroom Activities.
"A world to be born under your footsteps"
The play features Betty Shapiro as Lady Bracknell, Ina Arenson as Miss Prism, Tom D'Antoni as ReverendChasuble, Barbara Mordes
as Gwendolen Fairfax, Eddie Sandler as John Worthing, Steve Koenigsloerg as Algernon Moncrieff, and Deedee Levin as Cecily
Drama majors, under the direction of Mrs.
Laureleen Pratt and Mr. George Edmonds, pre-
sented Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being
day, March T3 and 14. Starring Betty Shapiro,
Eddie Sandler, Steve Koenigsberg, Barbara
Mordes, and Deedee Levin, the play also featured
Tom D'Antoni, Ina Arenson, and Susan Seidenberg.
The show, a frivolous comedy of manners con-
cerning a mix-up of identity, was viewed by large
audiences on both evenings.
Two players apply make-up before the performance.
The plot becomes more involved during the tea party scene.
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Mr. Walter Sondheim, Jr. delivers his address, stressing
the importance ofcitizens' participation in community problems.
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a farewell picture.
Farewell To School
Marking its official farewell appearance to the
student body, June 1964 presented the Senior
Farewell Assembly on May 29. The class marched
into the auditorium, the girls dressed in white and
carrying bouquets, while the boys wore ties,
iackets, and boutineers.
Addressing the assembly was Mr. Walter Sond-
heim, Jr., vice-president of Hochschild Kohn and
Company, and past president of the Board of
School Commissioners. Miss Dorothy Duval, prin-
cipal, also delivered a message to the seniors. A
third speech was given by Bette Green, year presi-
dent, who presented her farewell address to the
class and administered the Ephebic Oath to Mar-
ilyn Garonzik, president ofJune, 1965.
Sergeant-at-arms Marc Feldman leads the processional
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The Greek gods and goddesses preside over prom and banquet festivities.
Students present a skit which portrays life at Forest Park.
Presented by the graduating class, the Senior
Prom and Banquet were held Thursday, June 4,
at the Blue Crest North. The banquet, presided
over by the Master of Ceremonies Steve Koenigs-
berg, consisted of a meal and an original skit
written by the students.
Greek elegance was the theme of the prom,
formally called "Stars Over Olympus." Providing
music was the King-Guard Band. Sue Mazer was
over-all banquet chairman, and Inette Miller was
in charge ot the prom.
S. Koenigsberg and S. Mazer give humorous gifts to faculty.
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Prom and Banquet H lghllght The Year
Students enloy the last fleeting moments of prom to the srrotns of thetr farewell song
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The five hundred fifty-two members of the graduating class, who are seated on the stage ofthe Civic Center, await the conferring
The Honorable Theodore R. McKeldin delivers his message
to graduates, their families, and friends.
The excited members of the class congratulate each other
after the commencement exercise.
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Graduation Marks End of High School
On June 15, members of June T964 received
their diplomas at the seventy-fifth commencement
exercises, held in the Baltimore Civic Center. The
Honorable Theodore R. McKeldin, Mayor of Balti-
more, presented diplomas to the 552 students rec-
commended for graduation by Miss Dorothy Duval,
Highlighting the evening was the announce-
ment by Miss Duval of the scholarships and special
awards. Two Glenn L. Owens Awards were pre-
sented to the graduating Foresters who did the
most for the school. Receiving the Strobel Medal
was the student with the highest average in the
year, and five alumnae medals were presented to
the students with the five highest averages.
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Mayor Theodore R. McKe-ldin awards diplomas to the seniors.
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Mr, 81 Mrs, Aaronson
Mr, 81 Mrs, Morris Abramowitz
Mrs, Harry Adelberg
Mr. 81 Mrs. Jules J. Agne
Mrs. Jules V. Agne
Mr, 8. Mrs. Melvyn L. Agne
Mrs. Alvin Akman
Mr. T. Alon
Mr, 8. Mrs. Harry B. Altschull
Allen 81 Roslyn Amernick
Mr, 8- Mrs. S. P. Antin
Mr. 81 Mrs. Melvin Asch
Mr. 8. Mrs. George Augustin
Mr. John Chas. Baer
Mr. Si Mrs. Albert Balbos
Mr, 8. Mrs, Harold Ballan
Joseph A. Bank Si Co.
Mr, 81 Mrs. Samuel Barber
Mr. 81 Mrs. Harry Barnum
Mr. 8. Mrs. Albert Barouh
Mr. 81 Mrs, Barranco
Mrs. J. Bauman
Mrs. Milton Baumel
Mr, 8. Mrs. Ben Beitler
Beniies Food Mkt.
Hamiltton L. Bennett
Mrs. Rae Berg
Mr, Br Mrs. A. Berlin
Mr. 8K Mrs. Sam Berlin
Mr. 8. Mrs. Sidney Berman
Bernie 81 Penny
Best Wishes To The Year
Mr. Richard Blackwell
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ronald Blavatt
Mr. 8g Mrs. Blumberg
Mr, Albert Blumberg
Mr. 8- Mrs. Charles Blumberg
Mrs. Pearl Blumberg
Bob 8. June
Bobby 8. Ilene
Ronny 8. Ellen Book
Brenda 81 Howard
Mrs. Emma E. Brewer
Mr. 8g Mrs. S. W. Bridges
Mr. 81 Mrs. William Britt, Sr.
Mr, 8. Mrs. Robert Britton
Mrs. Evelyn Brown
Mrs. Hermoine Brown
Mr. 8. Mrs. John I. Bruce
Mrs. Thomas Burnett
Burt 8. Janice
Risa Joy Bush
Mrs. Mildred Butler
Mr, 81 Mrs. Millard Buxbaum
Mr. 8K Mrs. Henry Caplan
Mr. 8. Mrs. Raymond Carpente
Mr. 8. Mrs. Charles Carroll
Mr, 8. Mrs. George A. Carroll
Mrs. Florence C. Carter
Mrs. Rose Carter
Mr. Si Mrs. Robert Chandler
Vincent J. Chesno, Jr.
Mrs, Ethel Chester
Miss Barbara Chin
Mrs. Frances Chin
Mr. 81 Mrs. B. Chodesh
Mr. 8. Mrs. William C. Clark
Mr. 81 Mrs. Gilbert Clayman
Mrs. David B. Coel
Bessie L. Cohen
Mr. 8K Mrs. Isaac Cohen
Mr. 81 Mrs. Alvin Cohn
Mrs. Rena Cohn
Mr. 81 Mrs. J, Cole
Rev. Clinton R. Coleman
Mrs, Ethel G. Coleman
Compliments of A Friend
Compliments of Shakespeare
Mrs. Barbara S. Contee
Mr, 81 Mrs, Irwin Dale
Mr. 81 Mrs. Nate Dale
The Dannis Family
Mr, 8. Mrs. Abe Danoff
Mrs, Ruth D'Antoni
Dave 81 Cookie
Dave J. 81 Lois T.
David 81 Becki
Mr, 8. Mrs, David Davidson
Mr. 8- Mrs. Marvin C. Davis
Mr. 81 Mrs. Leslie Debelius, Jr.
The Debois Family
Mr. 81 Mrs, J, Arthur DeHoff, Jr.
Mr. Albert Denny
Diane 81 Jerry
Dickie Sr Jane
Mrs. Antonio DiMario
Mr. 8. Mrs. Wm, Dinowitz
Dolle 81 Elmer
Miss Ellen F, Donahue
Mr, 8. Mrs, Walter J. Donohue, Sr
Mr. 8. Mrs. Walter J. Donohue, Jr.
Senator Paul A. Dorf
Mrs. Freddie Durant
Mrs, Martha Dyce
Mr, 81 Mrs. Edward Dyson
Eddie 8- Shelly
Mr. 81 Mrs. Eugene Edelen
Mabel V. Edgar
Mr, 8. Mrs. Eric Einziger
Dr, 81 Mrs. Leon Eisenberg
Ellen 81 Bill
Mr, 81 Mrs. Monroe Elliott 81 Son
Harriet 8. Howard Epstein
Mr. 81 Mrs. Samuel Epstein
Mr. James J. Fahey
Mr. Elmer N, Fassetl'
Mr, 81 Mrs. David Federman
Mr. 81 Mrs, Philip Feinglass
Thomas M. Fekete
Mrs. W. Feld
Lynn Kallus Feldman
Mr, 81 Mrs. Reuben Feldman
Mr. 81 Mrs. Reuben Feldman
Mr. 81 Mrs. Reuben Feldman
Suzy, Stevie 8. Terry Feldman
Mr. 81 Mrs, Albert Fisher
Mrs. Anna Fisher
Miss Elizabeth E, Fisher
Mr. 8g Mrs. Joseph Fisher
Mr. 8. Mrs. Michael Fisher
Mr. 8. Mrs. Roland Fisher
Myrtle L. Flaggs
Mr, 8- Mrs. James Ford
Mr, 81 Mrs, Allan B. Freed
Nelson 8. Sheldon Freed
Dr, 8. Mrs. Gerson A. Freedman
Mr. Egon Friedheim
Mr. 81 Mrs. Israel Friedlander
Mr, 8. Mrs. A, Friedman
From A Friend
Mr. 8. Mrs. Joseph Fudman
Mr. 8. Mrs, Mickey Fulton
Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Gambrill
Mrs. Viola M, Gambrill
Ellen 81 Dorsie Geldman
Mr. 81 Mrs, Gerallice
Mrs, Esther Gersch
Mrs. Ada Gertz
Mrs. Areitta Giles
Glen 8. Mark Gilmar
Ginger 8. Bob
Mr. 8- Mrs. Louis Girshin
Mr, 81 Mrs. Howard Glazer
Mr, 8. Mrs. Milton Goldberg
Mr. S1 Mrs. Morris Goldblatt
Mr. 8. Mrs. Alvin Goldman 8. Family
Mr. 8. Mrs. Israel Goldman
Mrs. Milton Goldman
Mr, 8. Mrs. Milton Goldsmith
Mr, 8. Mrs. Bernard Goldstein
Dr. 81 Mrs. Marvin Goldstein
Graduate of i929
Judge J. Harold Grady
Mrs, Thelma S, Graves
Bette Green's Parents
Mr. 8. Mrs. Joseph Greif
Mr. Herman Gresser
Mr. 81 Mrs. William Griffin
Mrs, Marie E, Griffith
Mr. Everett Griner
Mrs. Rosalee Griner
Mr, Lee Grodnitzky
Mr. St Mrs. Samuel Grodnitzky
Mr. 81 Mrs. Morris Gross
The Gumnitzky Family
Mr. Conrad Haas
Mr, Vincent Hackeh
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Hackerman
The Halperin Family
Miss Belle Halperin
Mrs. Margaret Hamilton
Mr. 81 Mrs. Carl Hanenbaum
Hank 81 Carol
Mr, 8. Mrs. H. Hankin
Mrs. Anna Harris
Mr, Ted Harris
Harvey 81 Sheila
Mr. 81 Mrs. Saul D. Hearn
The Alan Hechts
Mr. 81 Mrs, Isaac Hecht
George and Fred Heckter
Mr. P. Hefter
Mr, 81 Mrs, Wilson Heitzman
Mr, 8. Mrs. Jerome Henderson
Miss Irene Heretick
Mrs. Dorothy Herbert
Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Herbert
Mr. 8- Mrs. Bernard C. Herr
Mr. 8. Mrs, Alvin Highkin
Mr. 81 Mrs. Ezra Holbrook
Mr. 81 Mrs. David Holland
Mrs. Howard E. Holland
Mr. 8- Mrs. Holniker
Howard 8. Brenda
Mr. 81 Mrs. Leonard Howard
Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Howard
Mr, 81 Mrs, Leslie Hull
Elaine Si Judy Hurwitz
Mr. Graycee G. Ireland
Mrs, Ann Isaacs
Mr. 81 Mrs. Leonard Jachman
Mrs, Ann Isaacs
Mr. 81 Mrs. Leonard Jachman
Mr, 8. Mrs. Charles H. Jacobs
Aileen Phyllis Jacobs
Mr. George James
Janice 81 Burt
Jimmy 8. Kathy
Mr. 8- Mrs. Milton H. Joffe
Mrs. Araminta Johnson
Mr. 81 Mrs. Churchill Johnson
Mr, Edward R, Johnson
Mr, 8. Mrs. George Johnson
Mr, 81 Mrs. Henry W. Johnson
Mrs, Lucille Johnson
Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert E. Johnson
Mr. C. O. Jones
Mr. 8g Mrs. Reuben F. Jones
Judi 8. Bobby
Judy 8- Stuart
Mr, 81 Mrs. Joseph D. Kahn
Mr, 8. Mrs, Fred Kaliner
Mr. 8. Mrs. Harry Kandel
Mr. 81 Mrs. Milton Kandel
Mr. 81 Mrs. Louis M. Kahn, Jr.
Mr, 81 Mrs. Al Kaplan 8. Family
Mr. 8- Mrs. Henry Katz
Mr, 81 Mrs, Irving Katz
Mrs, Charlette Kaufman
Mr. Jack D. Kaufman
Mr. Jack D. Kaufman
Percy P, Kaye
Miss Bernadette T. Kelly
Mrs. Cleota Kelly
Mr, 8. Mrs, Morry Kempner
Mr, Alimay T. Kenderick
Kep 8. Mel
Mr. 81 Mrs. I. Keyser
Mr, Irvin S. Keyser
Richard 8. Larry Keyser
June the Great Kimmel
Mr. 81 Mrs. Allan S, Kinsey, Sr.
Miss Sherry Lynn Kirby
Mark Rodney Kirby
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Mr. 81 Mrs. Leon Klein
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Miss Lauren P, Lansey
Mrs, Priscilla P. Lansey
Miss Priscilla G. Lansey
Mr, 8. Mrs. Warren E. Lansey
Mr. Saint Lawrence
A Philip Leder
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Miss Shirley Lee
Mr, 81 Mrs. Stephen Lee
Mr. 81 Mrs. William Lee
Mr. Carl H. Lehman
Mr. 8. Mrs. Julius Leiter
Mr, Aaron Lessans
Mr. 8. Mrs. lrreal Lessans
Mr, 8. Mrs. Luther L. Leuke
Mr. 81 Mrs. Robert Leven
Mr, 81 Mrs. Ellis Levi
The Levin Family
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Stewart J. Levitas
Mr. Sl Mrs. Ralph Libowitz
Mr. 8- Mrs. Jack Lieberman
The Lillien Family
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Mr, St Mrs, Ezra Little
Robert C. Lloyd
Mr. 81 Mrs. Carroll W. Loomis
Hope M. Loomis
Mrs. Carrie Lyons
Mr. John Lyons
The M 81 M's
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Mr, 8. Mrs. Jack Mannes
Mrs. Plymouth McCoy
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Mr. 8- Mrs. James McLandsborough
Mrs. Lucy McNeil
Joel, Gloria 8. Marc Magram
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Mr, Arnold L, Malliet
Mr, 8. Mrs, John Manning
Marilyn 8. Fred
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The Meister Family
Mr. 81 Mrs. William Mendlin
Mr. 81 Mrs. Siamon Merritt
Mrs, William Metzel
Mr. 81 Mrs. Louis Michelson
Mr. 8. Mrs, David Miller
M1181 Mrs. Harry S. Miller
Mr, Howard B, Miller
Mr, 81 Mrs, Roosevelt Miller
Mr, M. Miller
Mr. 81 Mrs. Martin K. Miller
Mr. 8. Mrs, David Millotf
Miss Jo-Gail Millott
Mr. 81 Mrs. David Mirvis
Mrs, Bessie Monk
Mrs. Pevlah Moore
Mr. 8- Mrs. Daniel Morganstein
Dr. William Moshenberg
Mr. 8. Mrs. Carlton S. Munch 8. Family
Master William F. Munck
Mr. James Murray
Mr, 8. Mrs. William Nash
Mary C. Nason
Harry K. Needle
Mr. 81 Mrs. N. Newburger
Mr. 81 Mrs. Jay Newman 8. family
The Nudler Family
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Mr, 8. Mrs. Jack W. Okum
Barbara 8. Stephen Oliner
Mrs, Virginia J. O'Neill
Mr.81 Mrs. B, Oppenheim 8. Daughters
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Mrs. Frances Oppenheim
Jolene 81 Michele Oppenheim
Robert Louis Orandle
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Mrs. Louis A. Rankin
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Mr. 8. Mrs. Robert Rascovar
Mr. 8. Mrs. Roy L. Rascovar
Mr. 8. Mrs, William Redmond
Reesa, Marsha 8. Ilene
Mr. 8. Mrs. Wm, Reineck
Martin Howard Rice
Mr. Paul R. Richard
Mr. 8. Mrs. William Richardson 8. Son
Mr, 8. Mrs. Thomas Richardson
Mr, 8. Mrs. Jerome Richmond
Mary Jane Rinzler
Mr, 81 Mrs, Jerome Robinson
Mrs. Jerome Robinson
Mr. 81 Mrs. Morton M. Robinson
Mr, 8. Mrs, Leon Rodoff
Ronnie 8. Sue
Ronnie 8. Tina
Sharon 8g Arnie Rosenberg
Mr. 8. Mrs, R, Rosenthal
Mr. 8. Mrs. Vincent P. Rosso
Mr. 8- Mrs. B. Rothstein
Mrs. Mary E. Roy
Mr. 81 Mrs, Irving Rubin
Mr. 81 Mrs. Myer Rubinstein
Mr. Mack D. Ruck's
Dr, 8. Mrs, Ralph Rubin
Mr. Norman Rudd
Dr. Alvin D. Rudo
Dr, Frieda Rudo
Rhoda 81 Eddie Rudo
Mr. 81 Mrs. Sol Rudolph
Cathy 8. Robyn Sachs
Mr. 81 Mrs. lsadore Sachs
Mr. 8K Mrs, Louis Sachs
Robert David Sachs
Steve 81 Ann Sachs
Mr. 81 Mrs. Morris Sagal
Mrs. David Saiontz
Sam 81 Jane
Mr. 8. Mrs. Gilbert Sanaier
Mr. 8s Mrs. Arthur C. Savage
Mr, 8. Mrs. Max Schlian
The Scher Family
Mrs. Louis Scherr
Mrs. Hymen Schiff
Mr. 8. Mrs, Murry Schneier
Mr. 8. Mrs. Jacob Schonebaum
Mr. H. T. Schreyer
Mr. 81 Mrs, Sioman Schultz
Mr, 8. Mrs, Herbert Schulman
Mrs. Rae Schunick
The Schwartz Family
Mr. 81 Mrs. LeRoy Scott 8- Son
Mr. 8. Mrs. Harry Segal
Mr. 81 Mrs. Sidney Seidenberg
Mrs. Harrie Selznick
Shairpless Beauty Salon
Helen F. Sharp
Miss Dorothy B. Sheffey
Shelley 8g David
Shelley 81 Jeanie
Regina 8. Sherman
Mr, 81 Mrs. Louis Shub
Mr. 8. Mrs. Jerry Siegal 8. Family
Howard Lee Silbert
The Silin Family
Mrs. Beatrice Silverman
Mrs. Esther Silverman
Mrs, Florence Silverman
Mr. 8. Mrs. A. Simon
Chas. Sinay 81 Family
Mrs. Bernard Small
Mrs, Harriet Smeyne
Mr. Henry Smeyne
Mrs. Eliza Smith
Mr. Percy Smith
Mr, Ronald W. Smith
Mr. 81 Mrs. James N. Snowdon
Irene 8. Arnold Snyder
Mr, 8- Mrs. Gilbert Snyder
Mr. 8. Mrs. Milton Snyder
Mr. 81 Mrs. A. W. Sommers
Mr, 8. Mrs. Arthur Spencer
Gladys R, Spicer
Mrs. William Spiegel
Mr. 81 Mrs, Irvin Stadd
Mrs. Christine Steadman
Lu Lu Stein
Mrs, Bea Steinberg
Mr. 81 Mrs. Harry Steinberg
Miss Rose Steinberg
Mr. 8. Mrs, Sol M. Steinhorn
Mr. 8. Mrs. Jack Steiner
Stew 81 Alice
Mr. 8- Mrs. Robert J. Stith
Ellen 81 Wayne Stoler
Mr, 8. Mrs. E. A. Stoner
Renee N. Strauss
Mi. 8. Mrs, Matthew Stringer
Mr. 8. Mrs. Charles Strumwater
Mr, 8. Mrs. Abraham Stutman
Mr. 8. Mrs, Sidney Stutman
Miss Jackie Such
Mr. 8- Mrs. C. J. Suger
Ronnie 8. Karen Sukoneck
Mr, 81 Mrs. Joseph Sussman
Mr. 81 Mrs, Sinclair Swan
Miss Rosalie Tarkoff
Mr, 8. Mrs. Harvey Temple
Mr. Randolph Thomas
Mr. 8. Mrs. George Topaz
Mr, E, J, Tracy
Mr, 81 Mrs. Steve Tsakiris
Dale Carol Tucker
Mr. Michael W, Valentine
Mrs. Dorothy Vaughn
The Vickers Family
Mr. 81 Mrs, E. Volkin
Mr. Clark Wallace
Mr. 8- Mrs. Dewey Watkins
Mr, 8. Mrs. Robert Watts
Mr. 81 Mrs. Max Weil
Mr, 8. Mrs, James Weinberg
Mr. Morris Weiner
Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Weiner
Mr. 8. Mrs. Al Weinstein
Mi, 8. Mrs. Abraham Weistock
Mr. 8K Mrs, Sam Weintraub
Mr. 81 Mrs. Jack Weintraub
Harry 8. Fay Weissman
Dr. Bernard White
Mrs, Rosetta B, Williams
Mr. 8. Mrs. E, L. Wilson
Mr. 8. Mrs. Herbert Wilson
Mr. 81 Mrs. Melvin Wilson
The David Winik Family
Mrs. Edward Winn
Mr. 8. Mrs. Arthur Winter
Leabah 8. Miriam Winter
Rose M, Wolfe
Mr. 8. Mrs. Willis Wolfson
Mr. 8. Mrs. John Woolford
Mr. 8. Mrs. LeRoy Wright
Mr. 8. Mrs. Max Yerman
Mr. Alex Zickerman
Mr, 8. Mrs. Joseph Ziskind
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Third Row: S. Dyrunt, M. Goren, P. Fromberg, R. Menaker, P. Needle, S. Stringer, S. Weintraub, P, Yurfest, A, Grenley. Second Row: R. Wolfe, I, Seidenberg, M. Pinn,
R. Kirsh, E. Fudman, L. Morris, S. Smith, L. Wolf, J. Goldman. First Row: B. Green, S. Mazer, D. Finkelstein, N. Cohn, K. Dotnoff, E. Gabe, G. Winter, B. Kushel, R.
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Fourth Row: J. Ceder, E. Sandler, W. Blonder, M. Peay, T. D'Antoni, B. Rascovcr, H. Porrnet. Third Row: J. Hubert, B. Shapiro, C. Steinberg, R. Setren, B. Mordes,
E. Feinglass. Second Row: C. Moses, S. Seidenberg, S. Weitzman, W. Spalver, S. Hyman, S, Horowitz, B, Dvorkin. First Row: J. Smith, L. Klein, F. Brodsky, H. Rankin,
A. I-isher, G. Bosley, H. King, J. Jacobs.
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N. Ezrine, R. Williams. Second Row: C. Gresser, B. Lean, C. Rosen, J. Cohen, N. Silverman, L. Wolfson, D. Kaplan, S. Isaacson, S. Goodrich. First Row: J. Goldman,
L. Korpisz, E. Rubenstein, L. Pressman, J. Oppenheim, J. Berman, M. Korman, S. Gellman, N. Zaba, R. Shipley.
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Fourth Row: L. Duty, C. Kupfer. Third Row: T. Levi, F. Kitt, B. Cromer, A. Braithwaite, R. Johnson, K. Robinson, M. Bartz, B. Hendin. Second Row: T. Feldman, S. Libowitz
J. Rosenbloom, N. Abramowitz, L. Donoff, S. Weisberg, H. Rankin, G. Finkelstein, S. Chappell. First Row: S. Blumberg, H. Settler, R. Kaplan, A. Katz, H. Rosen,A
Kravetz, N. Goldblatt, L. Fassett, A. Richman, E. Rothstein.
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Fourth Row: N. Heiderman, M. Rosenblatt, R. Kessler, A. DiSantostefano, T. Berger, S. Silberg, R. Brenner, J. Koppel. Third Row: L. Fradin, C. Joffe, L. Rosenberg,
A. Brownstein, B. Sollcd, S. Einstein, L. Platt, B. Levitz. Second Row: S. Freedman, D. Simon, H. Hirsh, B. Levy, J. Schonebaum, J. Eisenberg, J. Edwards, E.Julian. First
Row: E. Epstein, R. Miller, M. Kahn, A. Scherr, G, Magram, B, Johnson, V. Leffman, J. Singer.
Fourth Row: E. Yospe, G. Talles, M. Feldman, M. Cohen, D. Allender, R. Taylor. Third Row: B. Chernack, J, Norman, C. Rosendale, W. Cummings, W. McMahon, A
Reinhard, M. Meister, S, Gurney. Second Rovsf: S. Taustine, L. Fisher, M. Jacobs, E. Marton, E. Yerman, A. Canaday, J. Scheier. First Row: B. Miliman, L. Lillien, M
Lichtig, G, Sommers, S, Friedlander, S. Friedenberg, B. Sherr, V. Savage.
Fourth Row: J. Koppel, L. Berman, J. London, G. Meliker, D. Smoller, A. Begleiter, F. Stallings. Third Row: A. Williams, R, Austerlitz, S. Nathanson, B. Granek, E. Parker,
E. Blum, W. Lee. Second Row: L. Lund, N. Siamon, C. Marganstein, J. Girshin, J. Krause, K. Freedman. First Row: M, Nathan, K. Snyder, L. Rascovar, E. Sagal,M.
Strumwater, S. Lansey, P, Scott, J. Love,
Fourth Row: L, Chandler, A. ElGamil, K. Kaufman, T. Wilson. Third Row: J. Hershberger, J. London, C. Weinberg, D. Wainwright, S. Polsky, K. Ziv, F. Cherney. Second
Row: G. Clark, M. Sneider, S. Caplan, L. Merritt, C. Jones, C. Steinberg. First Row: S. Scherr, M, Nitzburg, C. Tsakiris, A. Shub, A. Durr, B. Podolsky, L. Wolfe, P. Sewell.
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First Row: M. Scherr, J. Paul, M. Taylor, A. Suskin, J. Gerson, J. Nadifch, A, Hoffman, A. Sober.
, T. O'Neill, D. Moses, D. Smoller, C. Shelton, A. Begleiter, L. Jones
Third Row: R. Green, J. Katz, A, Friedel, H. Parmet, P. Holtsclaw, J. Schnitzer, J. Rogers, J. Rosen, R. Jackson. Second Row: A. Schwartz, R. Berlin, T, West, N. Goudy,
S. Snyder, L, Keyes, H. Chlewicki. First Row: E. Silverman, P. Thomas, C. Crutchfield, D. Griner, L. Kempner, C. Griver, M. Goldstone, A. Watson, R. Schneider.
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R. Cohen. First Row: M. DiBiton1o, L. Topaz, E. Shlian, I. Young, D. Refer, L, Sfeinhorn, P. Chappell, T. Dinowifz. Nor 'cl d: ' '
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T. Roihslein. First Row: C. R'b
s, cCrcry, E. Kaplan, E, Eff, F. Blumberg,J. Norinsky,
i erkof, F. Howard, E. Nussbaum, E. Kermisch, H. Bloom, A. Sachs, E.Weins1ein,
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Fourth Row: N. Patterson, B. Pierce, V. Mossovitz, S. Levy, R. Rubin, S. Zolis, L. Stein, B. Krauss, J. Deal, C. Porks. Third Row: D. Bridges, S, Lee, H. Poncer,
D. Friedman, C. Brewer, S. Robinowich, C, Butler, S. Hood. Second Row: D. Kelly, E. Silverman, S. Henderson, M, Ballon, J. Dale, C. Carrick, L. Cohen,
G. Riddick. First Row: J. Berlin, P. Skloroff, F. Feldman, S. Gersh, L. Aoronson, A. Gordon, F. Moggio, E. Kushner, M. Tonneboum.
Fourth Row: R. Stork, R. Beitler, G. Gross, R. Smith, B. Wolters, E. Nires
Jefferson. Second Row: S. Manekin, A. Millison, B. Shumon, C, Chopnick,
A. Lehmon, R. Simone, B. Dearing, K. Solrnson, M. Grayson, L. Porter.
ird Row: L. Sochoroff, L. Zolin, B. Orkin, S. Smulson,
J. Schoen, H. Karch, G. Wilcox, D.
S. Tobor, S. Touper, S. Fine, S. Berger, B. Cose. First Row: S. Hess, D. Johnston, R. Povosh,
Fourth Row: L. Weiner, A. Laforesl, W. Tonkins, E. Woods, B. Kanow, L. McKenzie, M. Lee, J. DeCamillo. Third Row: E. Gambrills, R. Bloomberg, H. Graham, A. Young,
G. Smith, R. Campbell, M. Ziskind. Second Row: M. Silbersvrom, L. Levin, M. Cohen, M. Katz, M. Spivak, G. Tucker, S. Schocket. Firsr Row: R. Campbell,J. Shivers,
S. Tucker, S. Wilder, F. Bernstein, H. Abramowitz, R. Greenberg.
Third Row: B. Becker, G. Noland, S. Rosenberg, M. Bowley, B. Turner, C. Davis, S. Hendin, M. Baer, L. Lipman, R. Chinquina, M. Adams, L.Asner. Second Row
R. Truitv, H. Rose, R. Steinberg, J. Dunslan, E. Moses, L. Girshin, P. Walker, J. Leban, I. Cain, S. Pollack. First Row: A. Robinson, M. Bathroy, P. Levinson, S. Singer
I. Greenberg, B. Liberman, B. Kaplansky, D. Milford, C. Grooms, E. Gee, C. Azmon.
Third Row: J. Pennewell, B. James, K. Wingo, M. Snyder, V. Roe, R. Schultz, M. Asher, R. Smith. Second Row: J. Snider, D. Jenkins, P. Scott, R. Frieman, H. Baer, M.
Goldstein, I. Cohen, S. Haynal, C. Fisher, A. Cherry, I. Jacobson, A. Klein. First Row: D. Hornstein, G. Stein, P. Grimes, J. Sacks, A. Parks, D. Siegel, V. Ross,J. Mazor,
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Fourth Row: D. Alston, C. Weinberg, E. Tartar, M. Needle, B. Scott, D. Buchman, P. Perry. Third Raw: J. Millotf, B. Thompson, B. Bruton, M. Hill, D. Coleman, L. Lomoy.
Second Row: E. Jones, A. Bryant, M. Freedman, D. Howard, D. Young, G. Coleman. First Row: L. Gunning, W. Caldwell, F. Cuffee, M. LaChapelle, E. Windman.
Third Row: C. Dyce, M. Spingarn, S. Fauntleroy, Y. Woodford, M. Hill, G. Eisenberg, W. Dixon, J. Hubbard, D. Goldstein. Second Row: B. Stein, C. Cardwell, S. Ryce,
B. Barash, J. Suskin, M. Clark, K. Berlin, N. Evans, C. Stanley, First Row: S. Robinson, D. Baker, J. Bernstein, L, Mendenhalls, A. Taylor, B. Talles, A. Hurwitz, R. Strauss,
Third Row: L. Gross, J. Alexander, L. Scott, D. Galloway, R. Lawson, R. Price, R. Ringgold, F. Moorman. Second Row: S. Williams, I. Abraham, O. MiIls,J. Beckett,
G. Taylor, M. Mills, H, Friedman, N. Cawtharne, M. Diskin, First Row: P, Talbot, P. Ferguson, M, Davis, S. Dallas, C. Hammacker, N. Parker, S. Lee, E. London, Y.
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May your unexcelled high school educa- We, the faculty and parents of Foresters
tional opportunities serve as the foundation and those who follow us, will strive to perpetu
on which to build ever better tomorrows for ate and expand such educational opportunities
yourselves and all mankind. for those who follow you.
The Forest Park High School Association
Mrs. Maurice Glazer
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Kenneth C. Milford
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li., ,Z SEPTEMBER 22,19l6 JUNE 4,1942
GAVIQ lllS l,ll-'E FOR HIS COl'Nl'RY ON .lljNl 4, I-942 ,fl
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Tm: lixsiox tj. MARKMNIJ Kt:t,1.Y, JR. M1cx1oR1,xL Posr 4174 of the AMERICAN LEGION was formed in his honor, to
perpetuate his name and keep alive the AMERICAN ideals for which he so willingly gave his life.
To this end the Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Alr. Memorial Post 464174 has been active in many programs and activ-
ities, a few of which are listed below.
Day Service is held at Loudon Park Cemetery on May
tmerican Iflag-Educational programs for flag etiquette and
American Flags presented to Boy and Girl Scout Troops.
Athletics- unior baseball, baskethall and lacrosse teams spon
sored. Lacrosse trophies for High Schools and Colleges.
A baseball field is maintained in the Northwood area.
.Xnnual Sports Award presented to an outstanding coach
in the State of Maryland.
Baltimore City Zoo-Gifts of fllj Polar hears, Jenny the
elephant and most recently the Sarclinian donkeys, Ginger
Bread and Cupcake.
Bois and Girls State- t8j High School juniors each year
Q Drum and Bugle Corps-Sponsoring St. Mary's Drum and
Bugle Corps and Honor Guards in American Legion com-
petition each year.
0 Essay and Oratorical Contests-Sponsoring contests in all
Q Open Shutter-Maintain film library for "shut-in" institutions
as well as providing live entertainment and refreshments
SIS OCCllSl0ll HITSCS.
o Scholarships-Mcllonogh School and Baltimore College of
0 Memorial Services-Open to the public, each year a Memorial
Q Boy Scouts-Oxer 18,000 Boy Scout calendars presented an-
nually to schools, troops and Cub Packs.
Flllth for all who have made the supreme sacrifice for
their country. Xllutch for announcement in the papers.
Since its inception, the Post has been interested in the cominunityg and many things have been done to promote
its welfare. Special credit should be given to the ENSICN C. MARKLAND KELLY, NIR. MEMORIAL FOUN-
DATION, INC. for their financial assistance. The result-many of the programs are a reality rather than a dream.
To The members of June, 1964
as they enter
Success to JUNE '64
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Best Wishes to JUNE '64
JUDY ABRAMSON ELAINE LAZARUS Best of Luck in the Future from
NANCY AVIS ELLEN MANDEL 6204
ILENE BEITLER JOAN MAZER
SUE BERMAN SUSAN MILLER Ruth Brenner Debbie Pere!
Bertha Bryan Pamela Richie
SUE COHEN HELEN MOSLEY
JOANNE FELDSTEIN ELLEN ROSENBERG
ROBIN FLAX SHARON ROSENBERG
SUZI GITOMER PHYLLIS RUBIN
COOKIE GOLDBERG LYNN SIGER
JUDY GOLDSCHEIDER CINDY SOLOMON
JOAN GREENBLATT ELAINE WEINSTEIN
MARSHA HIGHSTEIN LYNN YUSPA
JO ANNE KELLERT
Tues. thru Sat.
9 A.M. to 6:45 P.M.
Good Luck to JUNE '64
RED CROSS CLUB
wishes JUNE '64
Best of Luck
Good Luck from the
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PRINTERS and L.ITl-IOGRAPI-IERS
2140 Aisquith Street Baltimore 18, Maryland
Producers of Distinctive Annuals
For Schools and Colleges Since 1919
Barbara Platt and Harold Abrams
Alan and Dennie
Miss Judy Bennett
The Big "B"
Billy and Maxine
Mr. and Mrs. George Bivens
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Blaustein
Mr. and Mrs. William Brewer
The Brooks Family
Mr. Willie Brown
Atty. and Mrs. J. L. Bundy
Mrs. Lela R. Burnett
Mrs. Persis Burter
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carton
Mr. and Mrs. J. Carton
Class 1303 and 6203
Mr. William E. Coarts
Ronalee and Jeffrey Cohn
Mrs. Gertrude Coleman
Compliments ofa Friend
Beulah A. Conn
Mr. Joseph H. Clay
Mrs. Caroline Clements
Mrs. Lillie Covington
Cross Country Clothes
David R. and Sara P.
Eugene M. Edeien
Edie and Ronnie
Mrs. Esther L. Edwards
Mrs. Paul Eisenberg
Ellen and Alan
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Engle
Mrs. Margaret English
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fassett
Mr. and Mrs. Artie G. Faulcon
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fisher
Miss Bettey Fossett
Mr. and Mrs. William Fox
Mr. and Mrs. lrvin Galoon
Robert G. and Ellen M.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Glassband
Rev. and Mrs. John E. Golden
R. H. Greenlee
David L. Harding
Pfc. Everett B. Harrison, Jr.
The Alan Hecht Family
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Helfand
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hendin
John A. Herold
Mr. and Mrs. William Hetcher
Mrs. Geneva Hillery
Mrs. Ruth Hursey
Jackie and Sandy
Mrs. Martha Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones
Bishop and Mrs. Raymond L. Jone
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Katz
Sheldon and Audrey Katz
Mr. Eddie Kelly
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kleiner
Larry and Marsha
Mrs. M. Leach
Mrs. Marie Lee
G. D. Leidig
Mrs. Jean Levi
Miss Barbara Lewis
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lichtenstein
Barbara A. Lloyd
Nancy Ann Malnar
Mrs. Barbara Maxwell
Mrs. Edith M. McCormick
Mr. Edward Meridith
Mrs. Lillie B. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moody
Mor. and Steve
Miss Janie Morgan
Janet, Ellen and Sally Morrow
Mrs. Florence Murray
Mr. Victor W. Myrick
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Norwood
Marcia M. and Bonnie P.
Mr. John Perry
Mrs. Marge Phillips
Mrs. Laurlene Pratt
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pride
Gail Weinberger and Lee Raskin
Mrs. Louise Rice
Mrs. Martha Rock
Merle, Abe, Arlene Rosenbloom
Mr. and Mrs. Beniamin Rubin
Mrs. Lucille Selby
Mrs. Pauline Shannon
Shubert Music Store
Mrs. Yetta Singer
Mrs. Margaret Singletary
Miss Vanesse Stith
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Taylor
Terry and Shirley
Mrs. Naomi Thomas
Mrs. Mildred Tillman
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wartow
Mrs. Margaret West
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald West
Mrs. Connie White
Mrs. Calina Williams
Rev. and Mrs. F. D. Williams
Wilma and Gerson
Mrs. Pauline Wilson
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wolf
Miss Sally Young
uiixiir '64 llgglios
lbfklll lFWllf IL IL
iTune: Everything's Coming Up Rosesl
Aiming high '
Blue and White take their place in the sky
We're all proud
See the spirit aglow on our faces
Forest Park, through your doors
Have passed lOOO's of kids and much more
But still we say that someday
'64 will be one that's outstanding
Memories filled with
Fine traditions of old
Remember football rallies
Walking to shops in the cold
So step aside
We can't stop
Set our goal
We belong at the top
'64 has got more of the spirit and pride
Full of love we can't hide
So if you're '64
Stamp your feet on the floor and yell
iWords and Music by WARREN MAGIDI
Farewell, our days in school are ended soon
Farewell, this is that parting day in June.
We leave Forest Park a little sad to depart
From loyal friends and our teachers as well.
Farewell, to Green and Grey we served you true
Farewell, we face our future all too soon.
Farewell, we'll live our motto and
go forth to serve
June, sixty-four bids "farewell" to all.
X 1 W
Go torth to serve
lt would be unfair, indeed, to close this record
of June 1964 without giving due credit to those
who have been so much a part of it.
We, the editors, would like to especially thank
Miss Duval, our principal, for being most under-
standing and helpful in the publication ot the
1964 FORESTER. Also, to our advisers, Mr. John
Berger and Mr. Francis J. Hardman, goes our
thanks for their expert guidance. To Mr. Tony
Meyers ot Segall-Majestic Photographers goes our
appreciation tor the fine photography which
appears in this edition. For the myriads ot ques-
tions and problems which he answered, vve are
deeply grateful to Mr. Arthur H. G. Schultz of H. G
Roebuck 81 Son, Inc., our publisher.
June 1964 was sorrowed on June 21 to learn
ot the untimely loss ot Katheline R. Caclden, a
graduate of the Business Education curriculum.
Co-Editors in Chief
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