Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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I, 1 EX iii xxx, 'Qi il If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting toog If you can wait and not be tired of waiting, Of being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or being hated don't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise. If you can dream--and not make dreams your master, If you can think-and not make thoughts your aim, If you can meet with triumph and disaster And treat those two imposters just the same, If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, Or watch the things you gave your life too, broken, And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools. If you can make one heap of all your winnings And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss, And lose, and start again at your beginnings And never breath a word about your lossy If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew To serve your turn long after you are gone, And so hold on when there is nothing in you Except the Will which says to them: "Hold On!" If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with Kings nor lose the common touch, If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, If all men count with you, but none too muchg If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds worth of distance run, X Yours is the Earth and everything that is in it, f X And-which is more-y0u'll be a man, my son. X Q -Rudyard Kipling. W XQX 'ft in SEQ-.XXX . . ' x X X X xy, X-X X H XX X X X X X X F x l le Y ik 27' l lf 1 r V l3l N Nr., Xi tw , X V ll i x v 1 X fff, 1 .. ' x., , V 'iff' 7 L. V , ,-:- KXQWV X, .,---- -----'jjgrr if 31: 5, ,Z-,. , 7444, , ,-iff ff ,f ,X f , Y ,ff ' X ,ff , f , , ,.-1' ff X!! X f f , . N ,af 1 . ' f ,fx .VX ,V Ip lfrflg X, Mr. Robert E. Wright L41 ,I ,r XX' XT" ,.ff?7f7 We Q if 47:91, XS-X Y ffff ff -wee if YQ:-QXR E ,f ' f X,XNQ-Qsx ' ff 5 J I EV -1-.17 if - X if Cx X N x N YYVN i' XA , xxx -. Nxt X X, .1 DEDICATION MR. ROBERT E. WRIGHT Our Supe'ri'nte1Ldent and Friend To one who had the vision of a greater opportunity for 'the youth of Anderson Town- shipg to one who has so loyally and faithfully labored that this vision might come trueg Whose enthusiasm, inspiration and high ideals it has been our fortune to share-it is to him, our Superintendent, admired and respected by all, that we the class of 1932 do dedicate this year book. We have pride in your achievements, honor for the man you are, trust in your ideals, and confidence in your aspirations. RE E X X K .XX X xx -. -5? ll XQQXX X x X my lx W x N X X X it K X XX xx NX xx l lx XE K lf fd rsi 3N-i-Riu 7 - 'X fixirx-.- 1' v FOREWORD As the end of the procession of the years we have spent in High School comes into view, we earnestly strive to produce that which will serve as a lasting memory of those happy events experienced during the best four years of our life. How well we have succeeded in compiling this Annual we leave for you to judge. To those who have aided us in making possible this book, whether by contribution, advertisement or subscrip- tion, we extend our sincere thanks and appreciation. -The Staff. l6l IX' 1 J ,Z ' 1 t ff Q ,M .ii X X X Na in its is xx X .X X x X 'XXX XX x - X' - X ' i . xX in yi n xx ix if CONTENTS Faculty Classes Athletics -Organizations -Calendar --Snapshots Humor -Advertisements I71 -uit?-:l5,"" ' P . 0 X f N Rx 54,7 as K N' X 'diff ,yy 'f"' g ' ff, ff , X ff LL! f' ff A Jw KW rrp fx N ws it WN N WAN -X .N-X X X I I XX V 4 JW 'U 5. lf! ff' Vi If f ' VW 'I BOARD OF EDUCATION EDWIN I. HAWKINS ........... .....,...... P resident EDWARD G. SUTTER ......... .....,...... V 'ice President RESTORER C. AYER ................. ............,........................................ C lerk JOHN H. DUMONT WILLIAM M. JUDD If fif Xflf! XY! I if!! Aff if? ff ff f ff ,,. ,i fa if ! i l f x xf x .lltgek l11.'3ii:ii:.,3::- XX xx ' f91 Q13 1- Hx X W X k W 7 Q fm' If I, ff ! RZ! W .li H W I M, 44, X x. XXXKW X YT 'u w' f fi I j ' W I fix f7f,w' X X , W The Faculty W ff X gf fi -, WF HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS A ROBERT E. WRIGHT-Superintendent, Biology, Plane and Solid Geometry. FLORENCE W. BATH-Latin, Algebra, and Economics. M. JAY ELLIS-Science, Manual Arts, Ancient History. ROSA E. STRAUS-English, French, Typing. MARY H. STRUKE-Spanish, English. J. GARNER SROFE-Physical Education, History. CHARLES L. BROWN-Physical Education, Junior High. ELIZABETH E. HINES-Commercial Course, Eighth Grade. MARGARET COSEO-Home Economics. MYLIN H. ROSS-Junior High. JESSICA STEINLE-Vocal Music. JOSEPH A. JUSTIN-Instrumental Music. WWWAQWW J 42 I11I X X X X ,f If N W I X X 'LOWER GRADE TEACHERS Helen H. Smythe, Helen H. Davis, Elsie Harmon, Gertrude Addicott, S. Catherine Smythe, Helen Wingerberg, Nancy Laugh, Georgia Ayer, Besse B. Ayer, Emma Johnson, substitute. , mi T he Classes Ee n Ke ROBERT E. WRIGHT-Superintendent of Schools. FLORENCE W. BATH-Principal oj High School. ARDELLA BLOM In basketball our captain can't be beat, She's cheerful in victory and also defeat. 1. St. Mary's High School. 2. Glee Club, Librarian, Basketball. 3. Program-Chairman of Dramatic Club, Athletic Ass., Girl Reserve, Tennis Club, Basketball. 4. Girl Reserve, Dramatic Club, Spanish Club, Captain of Basketball. ALICE DUCKETT Busily working from morning till night Always dependable, cheery and bright. 1. Withrow. 2. Sec. of Class, Sec. Student Senate, Glee Club. 3. Sec. Class, Sec. Student Senate, G' Reserves, Glee Club, Dramatic Cl , Debating Club, Jr. and Senior Ban uet Committee. V - 4. Sec. Class, Student Senate, Girl Re- serves, Debating Club, Spanish Clu Dramatic Club, Ass. Editor of Annu 4. Girl Reserves, Sec. and Treasurer of RUSSELL GUENTHER To play the game for all thats in it, To play the game and play to win it. 1. Withrow. 2-3. Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Tennis Club. 4. Captain basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Dramatic Club, Pres. Athletic Ass., Vice-Pres. of Class, Spanish Club. EVA JOHNSON Her eyes are brown, her hair is too, As a sincere friend, Eve's true blue. 1. Withrow. 2. Glee Club, Latin Club, Librarian, Dra- ' matic Club. 3. Glee Club, Latin Club, Dramatic Club, Librarian, Debating Club. 4. Debating Club, Girl Reserves, Dra- matic Club. VIRGINIA KNIPPLING Laughing, talking, never still, Ever bubbling like a rill. 1. Withrow. 2. Glee Club, Librarian, Basketball. 3. Treas. Dramatic Club, Girl Reserves, Jr. Editor Annual, Lantern Staff, Ten- nis Club, Jr. and Senior Banquet Com- mittee. 4. Pres. Girl Reserves, Editor Lantern Editor of Annual, Manager Basketball Spanish Club, Dramatic Club. J 7 HELEN MERZ She is pretty to walk with And pretty to talk with nd pleasant to think of, too. St. Joseph's Academy. 2. Glee Club, Sec. Ath. Assoc. 3. irl Reserves, Debate Club, Dramatic X the Debating Club, Dramatic Club. b, Jr. Sr. Banquet Comm. Chairman. KW if M l16l EDITH NAGEL Medium in stature, features fair Shedding her cheerfulness everywhere. 1. Amelia. 2. Glee Club, Orchestra. 3. Orchestra, Class Treasurer, Vice Pres. Girl Reserves, Cheer Leader, Operetta. 4. Orchestra, Class Treasurer, Vice-Pres. Girl Reserves, Operetta. CLAUDE NEEDELS Can be found working on Science like a Turk But when it comes to History, he is liable to shirk. 1. Williamsburg Hi. 2. Norwood Hi: 3. Dramatic Club, Glee Club. 4. Dramatic Club, Glee Club. JOSEPH SANDKER A goal which has no bound Is Joseph's-so weive found. 1. Withrow. ' 2. Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Glee Club. 3. Captain Basketball Team, Soccer, Baseball, Hi Y Club, Glee Club, Dra- matic Club. 4. Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Sec. and Treasurer of Hi Y Club, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Vice-President Athletic Association. LORETTA SCHNEIDER Sincere, good things come in packages small, Lories, a bundle that pleases all. 1. Amelia. 2. Basketball, Glee Club. Girl Reserve, Glee Club, Tennis Cl , Dramatic Club. 4. Basketball, Ass't Gym Teacher, Mgr. Jr. Hi Basketball Team, Girl Reserve, Art Editor Annual, Art Editor Lanter , Spanish Club, Dramatic Club. 3. Basketball, Ass't to Gym Teac MARTHA SILVER She is modest, earnest and quiet, If you can improve on this, try it. 1. Amelia. 3. Glee Club, Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club. 4. Girl Reserves, Dramatic Club. MABEL STINNETTE Her teasing and joking keep the class full of life, F or someone she'll make a charming young wife. 1-2-3. East Bank High. 4. Treasurer Girl Reserves, Debate Club, Dramatic Club. CORTLAND SMITH One at a time girls, You're out of turn. 1. Blanchester Hi. 2. Basketball, Glee Club. 3. President Class, Basketball, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Student Senate, Hi Y Club, Jr. and Sr. Banquet Com- mittee. 4. Basketball, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, A Adv. Mgr., Annual Staff, Business Mgr. xxx Lantern Staff, Hi Y Club, Spanish Club. X, LE ROY WITSCHGER XX All great men are dying AX And I feel sick myself. X, 1. Withrow. 2. Basketball, President of Class, Soccer, is xxiix Baseball, Vice President of Student Sen- ilkx ate Glee Club iz, ' ' Vice-Pres. Class, Basketball, Baseball, XYHQXXXX Soccer, Annual Staff, Debate Club, Dra- X XX matic Team. XXX XX 4: Pres. Class, Vice-President Student il, XX Senate, Soccer, Basketball, Baseball, it X, X Pres. Debate Club, Dramatic Club, Bus- X it lx lx jrness Mgr. Annual Staff. l if l in V l ml .V e mi 1 Z iw!!! ff! J .,,,-' if SENIOR CLASS HISTORY FLOWER-Tea Rose and Blue Bell COLOR-Blue and Gold It was one fine day in September 1929, radiant with sunshine of hope and joyous promises, that the good old Blimp Anderson High School landed for the first and new year. It was the first year for this Blimp to carry passengers to the land of Wisdom, but this was a gala day in its history and many people were wondering how many of its passengers would stay with the Blimp throughout its voyage. As the Blimp stood at anchor this beautiful morning the passengers began to arrive. As I was first to arrive, to me was entrusted the task of writing the log of the voyage. I had hardly finished writing my name on the register when two companions joined me, Alice Duckett and Helen Merz, I now felt, I would enjoy my voyage. A few minutes later we heard quite a noise and turned to see a crowd of boys coming up the ladder. We watched them enroll and found that we would have plenty of foolishness on board, Joseph Sandker, Cortland Smith, Arthur Steffen, Vernon Shepard, and George Whitacre. Following them were Martha Silver, Edith Nagel, Ruby Beyer, Henrietta Rinderle, Eva Johnson, Ardella Blom, and Virginia Knippling. Just before the good ship other comrade joined us, Loretta Schneider, making sixteen passengers. Mr. Bylenga, our Captain, was very staunch and true and knowing all the endeavored to make the trip as easy as possible for us. Many times some sengers became dizzy and wanted to turn back, but he always encouraged ahead. In our Blimp was a compartment devoted to athletics in which we took great in- terest in Basketball. Five of our sixteen members being on the first team. Our Captain, Mr. Bylenga, went with us through Sophomore Air, but when we stopped at Vacation Field on Sophomore Air, he with some of the other passengers got off. He sailed in the good Blimp Hamilton High, while George Whitacre, Ruby Beyer and Arthur Steffen be- came tired of sailing and remained on Vacation Field. We now sailed into Junior Air with our Captain Mr. Ellis and Pilot Mr. Wright with Claude Needels as a new passenger, making fifteen. Two important features of this trip were our class play, Safety First and the sumptuous banquet which we gave for the sen- iors. We again reached Vacation Field safely, although we had some difficulty with our studies. Henrietta Rinderle decided to remain in Junior Air and Vernon Shepard pre- ferred Vacation Isle. We were then ready to sail into Senior Air with Mrs. Bath Captain and Russell Guen- ther and Mabel Stinnette as new passengers making fourteen. We sailed along nicely and had a very successful year in the athletic field, mingled with strenuous labors with our studies, our official publications, The Lantern and our year book, The Andersonian. started an- air pockets, of the pas- them to go Now we have reached Vacation Field again, but this time our members remained the jiri same fourteen in all, Russell Guenther, Joseph Sandker, Cortland Smith, Alice Duckett, mfifpf Helen Merz, Edith Nagel, Martha Silver, Eva Johnson, Claude Needels, Ardella Blom, Vir- ,VW ginia Knippling, Loretta Schneider, Mabel Stinnette, and myself, LeRoy Witschger. ' X We feel that we are well acquainted with our crew and passengers and are now ready X , for commencement. g Our next voyage will be over unknown fields. So our High School Days are passed and gone X iff? We have coine to the end of our trip. ,ff We must make way for other boys and girls I On this grand and glorious ship. If We must now sail out over unknown lands ff But where ever we may roam, xx! if J' Will never forget our happy High School days, And weill think of Anderson as home. l18l xf x I r XX Ilj I 'YZSXXX f' 'iff wit XRS? Z Xxx vga i fff X.,-mxsxk RN sl f Xi txxxx f V Y Nx 4 I . J' Qigong ,V WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA-1940 ll ' Q V87 ' 2 ff ' li lfi 'K 50' itil' X Nw" If ' BLOM, ARDELLA-B. S. West Virginia College. Post Graduate Washington State. All- American Basketball Guard for three years. Attended Olympic Games-1937. Made a sensational hit in the winter sports at Lake Placid-1936. Is now Athletic Instruc- tor at University of Cincinnati. DUCKETT, ALICE GRACE-Educator. B. S. Miami University. Ph. D. University of Cincinnati. Traveled abroad extensively, mainly in Spain. Visited different schools of United States. Now teaching Spanish at Miami University. GUENTHER, RUSSELL HARRISON-Lecturer. Has made his home in Africa and South America during the last 8 years. Considered one of the highest authorities on tropi- cal problems in the world. His collection of odd animals is the most complete in ex- istence. Is now lecturing throughout the world. MERZ, HELEN-Actress. B. S. Vassar. Post-Graduate at University of Cincinnati 1938 Was leading lady of Fresh Painters University of Cincinnati 1938. 1939 with Stuart Walker. 1940 with Ziegfeld Follies. Reached her greatest success in "Not for To-- ' morrow." Is now starring with Joseph Drawmore in i'Too Many Husbands." KNIPPLING, VIRGINIA SOUTHHAMPTON-Surgeon. B. M. Northwestern. M. D. John's Hopkins. Took her Ph. D. at Columbia after Writing a Thesis on "The Trou- bled State of Men's Minds." Received an Honorary D. Sc. from The Sorbonne in Paris for her work in performing the difficult operation of water on the brain of J. Garner Srofe. She is now engaged in the experiment of the effect of long distance talking under Water which she is performing on herself. SCHNEIDER, LORETTA-Great sports Woman. Swam the English Channel in 1936. In '38 captured prize purse at Annapolis driving her speedster 'The Red Robin." Is f now attempting to break the world's speed record. X X. 1 ,.,. X fffw SANDKER, JOE-Flew around the World in 12 days. Has control of the passenger line yf,,':,f',f',v between Montreal and Cincinnati. Broke the altitude record in 1938. .fl iff WITSCHGER, LE ROY JOHN-Baseball player. 1935 and '36, coached the Withrow Hi. I ,LQ , School team. 1937 and '38 first baseman with the Cincinnati Reds. Sensation of ,the Worlds Series in 1939. At present he is manager of the St. Louis Cardinals. V,,.- fyflltfxfvg r fl' 'f ," 9 NEEDELS, CLAUDE-Author. B. S. Notre Dame. Ph. D. Southern California. A if thor of "Modern Physicsn and 4'Chemistry in the Home." Winner of the Nobel p ze f f for science in 1940. Now managing Edison Television plant. Q If If I Xix ,fl 3' fl, Y A 'rl lf' . N l20l -at ,Mg "" , 'zxq-K C, '-'-- -N-.M xx N--13-xx-1 1 ,.-,ff ,40 K , ,,. K, 4 f x Z f , f ex, xx :Fx fix f' f .ff ff . , f . I fx 1 ,,f ff! is-sixx. fff ' ' XXXX if X f K NX xr-N . ,f f 1 'sf-. xx ,f ,f f ,I NX yy, gk .1 L Ji JA-Jfmrl NAGEL, EDITH-Secretary. For many years was secretary to the President of the Gen- eral Mills Corporation. 1939 married to Col. Wood. Is now residing at Washington D. C. STINNETTE, MABEL-Tennis champion. Started her tennis career in the hills of West Virginia. Won National Woman's singles. On Davis Cup Team 1936-37-38. 1939-40 ranking lst. in woman tennis players of the World. SILVER, MARTHA-Teacher. B. S. Ohio State. Ph. D. Miami. Traveled through the Unit- ed States with her brother. English teacher at Centerville High School, New York, for 2 years. Now teaching English and Math. at Anderson. SMITH, CORTLAND-Designer of ladies garments. Originator of the wrap-around dress. Leading Parisian designer. Is now living at Hollywood with his wife and child. De- signs gowns for the movie world under the name of Smythe. JOHNSON, EVA-B. S. Ohio State. 1936 Assistant Girl Reserve secretary under Miss Carter. 1937 transferred to China branch of Y. W. C. A., where she is teaching the Chinese girls 'typical American customs. f XA.- ' ff- , X Nt x X xxx K lx X E211 l fi- """f1,,,M. - x i ix ,l 1 1 Nl xi t ' K . 'GX MA 'Y' . CLASS POEM In the gateway of life we are standing, On the eve of Commencement Dayg The narrower path of our school-days Has led to a broader way. Of what do we think, as we wond'ringly wait Just outside the mysterious gate? Shall we turn our thoughts back for a while To the years that are gone from our ken? As we muse on them, one at a time, T'will be living them over again. It is pleasant to ponder the past days so, Warmed in memory's softened glow. The lessons We learned from our books Perhaps are forgotten, in parts, But the friendship of teachers and classmates Lives, and will live, in our hearts. Although mental attainments sometimes slip away But youth does not think on the past With regret for that which is goneg Through the President and into the Future Our meditations are drawn. Ah, what will we do with that Future that lies So alluring, so tempting, yet hid from our eyes? Loud to some of us business will call To corners both bright and obscureg And knowledge will beckon to some With an irresistible lure, But whatever our choice, may the high, holy call Of a noble ambition be answered by all. When the gate opens we will be ready, We are eager for march, not retreat. Each one is resolving, "I'll conquer," Not for me disheartening defeat. Our future lives call, whatsoever the task O, be sure, '32 will not fail in its task! E22 l "'H'ZEie?i1'Z1"""""'? ,aw foffiri-K i5t f e . ,f.454f,,.qTf i ff ff Q17 ,Qi X 1 XR-R . ',' ff, Q , ,NxN X X ,,, , Y XA X x., 5 ,f ,fn , I f xgxx xx xx f , f f NX N X. f f .' f i xx K eexxkx 'X' X If If 1 fb ff -cf .f..gL.1-. V fa I, F' CLASS WILL it f "lilxxi lx ini ' x 5.55.5 ' On May 21, 1932, we the Class of '32 join the first graduated class of Anderson in plodding along lifels highways. Speaking of the class of '32 how can anyone speak of it and refrain from pleasant, cheery and flattering remarks? How can one mention any project the Senior Class has sponsored and abstain from boasting? Of course, the fact that any succeeding class will never be able to achieve the accomplishments that the class of '32 has, no matter how diligently they have Worked, however, as we leave Anderson and enter into the huge sea of life, our sense of duty demands that we give the perience. So take heed Juniors, that when we have old Anderson you may sustain its high standards. We the Class of 1932, in fourteen individual and out of this sphere of education, in full possession of a crammed mind, well-trained mem- and publish this, our last will and class of '33 the benefit of our ex- departed from the portals of dear distinct parts, being about to pass ory, and almost superhuman understanding do make testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills or promises by us at any time heretofore made, or mayhap, carelessly spoken, one to the other, as the thoughtless wish of an idle hour. We give and bequeath to our beloved Superintendent, Prof. Robert E. Wright, our sincere affection, our deepest reverence, our hearticst gratitude, and the whole unlimit- ed wealth of our eternal memory. In an attempt at partial payment for all that he has done for us during our long years at Anderson Hi, we make over to him, here and now. a heavy mortgage on our future in the Great Unknown beyond. It shall be his to watch every step of our upward and onward flitting-to note each trial, each attempt, each victory, each success and honor that we may achieve in the arena of the world- and to accept for himself, as interest on our deathless debt, every ounce of the praise, every io1a of the honor, knowing that it is all due to his faithful instructions. To the following we affix our signatures: I, Ardella Blom, bequeath Clifford Von Gundy my barrel of anti-fat. I, Alice Duckett, bequeath to Esther Heine my system of flirtation. I, Russell Guenther, bequeath my many girl friends to the best man in the Junior class, William Bender. . I, Eva Johnson, bequeath from the Senior Class to Robert Davis it's modesty and non- boastful attitude. I, Le Roy Witschger, bequeath my unusual ability of tap dancing 'to Coach Brown. I, Virginia Knippling, bequeath my roller skates, peppermint sticks and axle grease to Marjorie Jaderland. I, Joseph Sandker, in my very last will desire that the humble and knowledge seek- ing spirit of the Senior Class be left to Harold Obee. I, Cortland Smith, bequeath my highly recommended domestic ability to Tom Fight- master. it I Mabel Stinnette, bequeath my lovely southern brogue to John Garner Srofe. ix fl If '-9, , Loretta Schneider, bequeath my high scholastic standing to Morris Dunn. REI, Martha Silver, bequeath my smallness of stature to Charles Norton. I, Helen Merz, bequeath to Larry Cowperthwaite my patent method of "love making." W it I, Edith Nagel, leave to Ruby Kuntz my many boy friends. XX We, the members of the Senior Class, bequeath to the entire faculty all the marvelous X ' rmation that we have impartcd to them from time to time on our many quiz papers. i X it i ayy it be a great addition to the school library. l l- li, his signed and Sealed by THE CLASS or az. X l if Beatem Right, Attorney. X V Witnessed by-I. M. Blind, May B. Nobody. V tx it Yvxltx I, Claude Needels, desire to leave to Jean Sheldon my love for Physics. . xl X52 X i x N f XX xXx l ii ' NNN Xl ll w x '-og, . . R, ' 1 Nl , .X , X l K -1 .dx - K Timwffflfm wif 777 L, V. ' 2 V,,,.,, AGifQg:,. naw' x ' mfs I if .fujff ' A, 4159? 1 X X ff ,ff ,f "wer f ,Q , xf JUNIOR CLASS ROBERT DAVIS ............................. .......... .............................. JEAN SHELDON ......................... ,. THOMAS FIGHTMASTER ........ HAROLD OBEE ................... M. JAY ELLIS .......... William Bender Lawrence Cowperthwaite Robert Davis Morris Dunn Wendell Estell Max Fightmaster CLASS ROLL Thomas Fightmaster Esther Heine James Heywood Edward Koehler Ruby Kuntz ' Harold Obee Henrietta Rinderle President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Adviser Genevieve Sandker Mildred Schneider Jean Sheldon Mary Smith George Thompson, Clifford Von Gundy 537' X! , "f1"! ff ffrgf ffffffff m'f'ljf I' X, ,, xy' fxwt, , V-. , i24l ff-T-.1f'-M fn' --A--V--A Y.,, if' 47? ff f f! .5 5 Q P . Ax V so iiijjsiije Y, WA! X ,f ,ff X! Nix if ,ff CLASS HISTORY - J UNIOR, As the year 1932 draws to a close we the Junior Class of Anderson are looking for- ward to our Senior year anticipation and regretg anticipation of the reward in store for us after completing four years of hard work and regret that our school mates will have left us for larger fields to conquer. We must say to them, however, that as the class of '33 steps into the Senior Shoes we are rarin' to go and the responsibilities and honor of our school will be ably handled by your successors. Looking back three short years we see ourselves entering a new school building, be- coming acquainted with new teachers and also with one another. Green Freshies were we, honestly not knowing our purpose but we were quick to learn and soon imbued with the spirit of Anderson. We entered into the life of the school with a will. Under and many gave their Many third, we sponsorship of our beloved faculty, clubs, various athletic teams, orchestra other organizations were soon under way and in all of them the class of '33 able assistance, continuing to do the same during Sophomore and Junior years. of those who were with us at the beginning were left behind at the end of the hope will remain with us to the finale Cfinisj. In our third year the class was re-inforced with the entering of several pupils from other schools and one who by overcoming many handicaps advanced from Freshman to Junior years. l We ar e a busy bunch at this time getting ready for our class play K'Alabama Bound" which gives promise of keeping up the high standard set by others in the past. Both Juniors and Seniors are eagerly awaiting the time of the annual Junior-Senior Banquet o n April 30, the success of which we will leave to future classes to report. The Juniors have tried to make the following poem their standard. We will let you judge whether we have succeeded or not. il, i wx im EX Sit A il YM ix. '14, RR X i uixixxxx XX X Ex xx XX X sg tx 'X X x Ky Y 2 X ,f if V x ef I .f-'rv' .ffffiifji-f SCRUB OR THOROUGH-BRED The scrub goes every step he can And gives his best to meet the pinchg The thoroughbred cloes all of that, And then he goes the extra inch! This is the difference, 'tis said, That makes the scrub and the thorough- bred. That final inch so often scoresg That one supreme last effort gains The victory, He stands to win Who presses on while life remains. The tired scrub quits with drooping headg But on, still on, goes the thoroughbred. l25l J KX x . ix z'Qt A XXX , ,Qfl fi f XX ll X fxx V if E Xlwl xp N x X9 xx QXXQX xp , .XX R l x X X W 1, W K ls. , f X MEM! RICHARD AUBKE ........... . DOROTHY ROLING .. BETTY BECK .............. HELEN WAGN ER ROSA E. STRAUS . ..... .. Betty Ahlers Richard Aubke Mildred Bailey Betty Beck Robert Bell Helen Birkley Esther Mae Bogart Charlotte Breniman Violet Brumagen Margaret Burnes Ruth Clark Lois Cross Mary Dolan Edward Fischer SOPHOMORE CLASS CLASS OFFICERS CLASS ROLL Evelyn Grober Jack Haines Howard Ingram Marjorie Jaderlund Vera Kersting Eva Koenig Ralph Koester Rosemary Linder William Ludlow Patsy Mancuso Charles Massey Charles Norton Alma Osterholz Carrie Osterholz Thelma Peak f26l President Vice President Secretary Treasure Adviser Ramon Pickelheimer Robert Pitcock Harry Pryor Gerald Rath Dorothy Roling Chadwick Rusk Russell Rusk Helen Schneider Harold Silver Helen Wagner Lauretta Wittmeyer Mildred Wolfangel Ruth Young Pearl Steffen R tx N tt 'x 1 K ll xx ijt x xx Xxx XX X EY if , I? X g F THE SOPHOMORES OF 1932 We, the Sophs of 'thirty-two, With earnest thought and memory true, Offer an account of our class to you. On September eighth in 'thirty-one, Rejoicing greatly, Cwouldn't anyone?D At being wise Sophs, not Freshies green, Forty-one Sophs in room nine were seen. With happy faces and hearts so gay, We chose our subjects bravely that dayg Geometry, World History and English Two, We would be students and scholars true. The first few weeks of school went by With many a weary groan and sigh From woeful Sophs who had found out Sophdom meant work without a doubt. Well, anyway, we had in view The Initiation of Freshies new. With many a wicked smile and smirk We planned and plotted the dirty work. The Freshies so innocent and unsuspecting No flour or paddles were expecting, And at Anderson High, October second, They got their medicine as we had reckoned. The time of parties had come and gone, And the season of basketball was on. A number of Sophs with pluck and vim A score of victories did help to win. Exams were on us with full force For education must take its course. With fluttering hearts and quaking knees We took those exams-passed them, if you The months rolled by chuck full of fun And almost to the end weive come. With a sigh for pleasures long departed We leave dear Anderson heavy-hearted. But we'll be back again, never fear, For we're just Sophs, not Seniors dear And as Jolly Juniors we'll take our place And another year of high school face. Just one more thing we wish to say, Before aside our pen we lay, To our kind sponsor, Miss Straus so dear, We leave a simple "Thank you,', here. i27l please! in K TT XX XX N. is X 2 71X Aff f ff 1 ff I XY xx Ml XJ ff 4, , If V, , V Q40 XX l l . i N A .X 3 V X, Q r ' f ' ,,,f"" N wffff ,ff xxx 7 rf WEN ff? mgwtp we HATE W X, ! ,x , ff ' ff ffl , p if , iii 1' iii A X M W GLADYS VOGELSANG ........ EUGENE SIMON .............. ESTHER SPARROW .......... ALBERT LEDERER ........ MARY H. STRAKE .. Betty Jane Ayer Edna Bauer Betty Berkmeyer Bonnie Cady Violet Chipman Lorraine Guenther Mildred Hansmann Gladys Hawkins Bernice Howland Ruth Ilhardt Luella Judd Elizabeth Kirby Thelma Knippling Marie Kyle Martha Leuser Virginia Like Rosa Mathews Elizabeth Riggs Esther Schneider FRESHMAN CLASS CLASS OFFICERS CLASS ROLL Naomi Schneider Esther Sparrow Virginia Thompson Gladys Vogelsang Kathryn Walls Thelma Watson Martha White Helen Wuerdernan John Bell Ralph Birkley Donald Davis Charles Duckett Robert Fox Louis Hundemer Raymond Kabel Kenneth Kirby Robert Koehler Albert Lederer l28l President Vice President ., ........,..... Secretary Treasurer Adviser Raymond Marienthal Allen Martin Collin Mitchell Robert Moore Harold Nordyke Eugene Simon Harry Smith Franklyn Stephenson Thomas Terwillager X James Wagner Robert White William Wessling Norman Wolfer Robert Snyder Alice Simons l Hector Gerber Harold Peeno y Virginia Simpson 1' Lillian Scott N4 ff Q fi x X xl sax XRSEX , J THE FRESHMAN CLASS W Y xi XXXXQ ' I XXX X Hi We Freshmen organized our class soon after school began under the supervision of XXX Mrs. Struke. We elected Gladys Vogelsang, President, Eugene Simon, Vice Presidentg Esther Sparrow, Secretaryg Albert Lederer, Treasurer and Thelma Watson, Reporter to the i'Lantern." The week before initiation we carried trays and books for upper classmen but after we were initiated we were through with that sort of thing until next year when we shall get the best of the bargain. The Senior girls gave a baby party for the Freshmen girls who appeared at school that day in bibs and baby caps. We had a grand time with our big sisters. On October 29, we gave our return party for the upper classmen. Mildred Hansmann, Ruth Ilhardt, Gladys Vogelsang, Esther Sparrow, Lorraine Guen- ther, Thelma Knippling, Edna Bauer and Esther Schneider represented our class on the girls' basketball team. Thomas Terwillager, Robert White and Franklyn Stephenson rep- resented the class on the boys' team, and, of course, Collin Mitchell, the manager of the boys' team, is a Freshman. The Freshmen basketball team won the championship in the inter-mural tournament held here at school and are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the cup. During the year members of our class have participated in such activities as the Debating Club, Girl Reserves and the Glee Clubs. We are well represented in the Operetta too. Raymond Marienthal, one of our cheer leaders, is from the Freshman class. Harold Nordyke won second prize in the oratorical contest held during the Farmer's In-- stitute. Gladys Vogelsang, Albert Lederer, Robert White, Collin Mitchell, Kathryn Walls and Luella Judd are in the orchestra. We feel that we have accomplished many worthwhile things this year and we all hope to return to Anderson next year to carry on. jx .X X, , ',ftwX 4, .p , fllfkit - ' xl T 3 'N K , - tx M 1 X if-i'-X". f. WX X531 pt ax W My he ,N vt mx X X, K , X t X. ,X tx ,X XY XX Il ' XX Xxx XX - 1 X X A r X N x X, X , 'R , :AN xy! p , X in 3 X-ff lg E lf' 1 if l I xf , M1334 ml U 'I' W THE EIGHTH GRADE GENEVEE BRANDT ...........................................,................................., ........... P resident DOROTHY STAMPER ......... ........ V ice President GENEVA HENSLEY .............. ............... S ec'reta'ry EVELYN SONNYCALF ...... .........., T Teasurm ELIZABETH HINES .................... ..... A dviser In September 1929, Anderson threw open its doors to a crowd of fine bright-faced students, decked out in a new array-shirts, dresses, trousers, ties, haircuts and clean faces. mitted many new privileges. This year We finish our last lap of grade school under the able guidance of Miss Hine We are able to look back joyfully on those three years and wonder what will hap n when we cross the bridge into High School as green freshmen next year. fi I 1 v I W Q!!! E301 if Nl 'W-lE9-Ima. ff Oy fi! We were proud six-graders. In 1930-31 we came into Jr. High where We were per- RW li X1 THE SEVENTH GRADE t LOUISE MAXSTADT .................. .......................,...............,................. ..,.......... P 'r esident EDNA MAE WITTMEYER ...... .. Vice President HAZEL COMBS ................................... .........,....... S ecretary ALDEN SCHNEIDER ....................,...... ................. T 'reasu're'r CHAS. L. BROWN, MYLIN H. ROSS ........ ............... ........... .....,..... A d v ise'rs The Seventh Grade this year has exemplified well the many activities of Anderson. X Not only has it inscribed many names upon the Honor Roll, concrete evidence of attain- X ments in scholarship, but it has also had its share of athletic honors. X This class has furnished its quota to the boys team which won the championship of amilton County. The girls Junior High team was also largely made up of representa- lfk XX 'ves of this grade. The managerial and cheer leading staffs were headed by members of X 's class which as a Whole represents the many sided student who is typical of our XSXX XEEEQOL W 1 Ex' tm lx 'X X X XXX , ty Xxx l31l OFFICERS OF ALUMNI THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1931-1932 WANDA K. RICHEY ....,.................................................................................,......... President LOUIS E. MERZ ........................ ............ V ice President VIOLA G. MOORE ....................... ............ R ecordi-ng Secretary CATHERINE F. STAUB ........ Corresponding Secretary SUE H. SMYTHE ............,. ...................................... T reasurer MILTON COMBS ................. GERTRUDE A. DOYLE .......... IMONA MAY HAWKINS ....... CLYDE C. INGRAM ............. RUSSELL C. MADDUX ......... HOMER. L. MASSEY ............ LOUIS EDWARD MERZ ...... VIOLA G. MOORE ............. CHARLOT K. NORTON ...... ELEANOR SPARROW ..... ROBERT STAUB, JR. .......... . DORTHEA B. VICKROY .......... CATHERINE STAUB ........... FRANCIS BUCHANAN ....... WANDA K. RICHEY ......... School at Y. M. C. A. Marinello Beauty School Home Home Home Working at Atlantic and Pacific . ........,....................... Pharmacy School Y. M. C. A. School Mabley and Carew Home Filling Station, Cor. Ohio Pike and Nagel Rd. Alms and Doepke Home Y. M. C. A. School Y. M. C. A. School SUE I-I. SMYTHE ................... ...................... M iami University CATHERINE F. STAUB ......... Working in Private Home N ,X ,Cf I fl, E A M r 1, I32I . 1 ,f Xa ,f f i L -A.. A,-, i w-,, ++-tuffxs.. f Xfyf ii f f f 1' X757 it .ff ,QE X 1 J' -.. ,:,,:::::i::i'1f'M"m"7 Ami' xxxx, f'if5"' ,?f','f N Q f'Qff7 Y 'X -- 'f ,f f X FQ- X 9 ff' ff f S Vff WV lily! JA ,I 4, - W XS F2 i X ri 3 X x ' 1 Nix M X,,XQ.QXX XX xt 1 I X-QI Lx XY 1 Wm Nwq X y , --si, :V ' 'fv'::Q' ff-"- '14 31 Athletlcs 1- S. NN X Xsj 1 iff ff fl X THE BASKETBALL SQUAD Front row: left to right: Robert Davis, Joseph Sandker, Cortland Smith, Russell Guenther, Captain, LeRoy Witschger, Lawrence Cowperthwaite, and Thomas Fightmaster. Back row, left to right: J. Garner Srofe, Coach, Collin Mitchell, Manager, Robert Bell, Franklin Stephenson, George Thompson, Morris Dunn, Thomas Terwillager, James Heywood and Robert Ludlow, Manager. Nov. 13 Nov. 20 Nov. 24 Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Dec. 23 Jan. 8 Jan. 15 Jan. 19 Jan. 22 Jan. 29. Feb. 5 Feb. 12 Feb. 19 County Tournament Anderson. ............... Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson ..........,..... 15 Anderson Anderson ................ Anderson ................ Anderson ................ Anderson ................ Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson ................ Anderson Fellclty .............,.. 14 Bethel S. O. B. C Hammersville ................ Terrace Park ............... Sycamore .........,...... Loveland ................ Maderia ................ Hammersvllle ,.... ........... Ameha ................ Loveland ...........,.... Terrace Park ..,............. Maderia ................ Amella ................ 9 Sycamore ................ Wyoming ................ Here Here Here Here There There Here Her The H e There Here There The e r D+ L9 xg!! nf f ff xf f' f xl 41 ,.,..,,...,- '-""-7 7 f BOYS' BASKETBALL When the Coach of the boys basketball team issued the first call for basketball, five letter men from last year and a number of would-be players reported for active duty. Unfortunately, the most of these new members were sadly inexperienced and green but when the date of the first game drew near, November 13, with Felicity, most of this in- experience and greenness had been developed into a well-working machine. During the seasons play the "Comets" won eight and lost seven of the fifteen games played. The five men receiving their letters this year were Sandker, Guenther, Witschger, Cowperthwaite and Smith and these five men formed the line-up for our team on the court during the majority of our games. Sandker repeated his record of high point scor- er on the team again this year with a total of 112 points. Guenther, Captain, played a wonderful game at center and showed his ability to run his team. He was second next high in points with 70. Witschger, Cowperthwaite, Smith in third, fourth and fifth re- spectively. The i'Comets', scored 323 points to their opponents' 298. This showing the season was a very successful one as far as points scored. The strong defense of Witschger and Smith helped hold down the scores of our opponents. The reserve squad, Davis, Bell and Fightmaster as guards, Thompson and Ludlow as centers, Stevenson, Terwilliger, Dunn, and Heywood as forwards, have proved an im- portant factor in the success of the team of '32 and they certainly deserve the numerals which they received. Although we'll miss four letter men next year, Sandker, Guenther, Witschger, and Smith, we have discovered there's a wealth of material in the Reserve Squads thus as- suring the team of '33 all the success in the world. Here's to you boys! OUR BOYS "I fumbled," said the Anderson lad "And lost the golden chance I had." "That's quite all right," Coach Srofe replied, "I understand how hard you tried, Forget it now! Go back and fight With all your strength and all your mightf' "Take hold of this consoling thought boys, If every ball that's thrown were caught, If no one falteredg no one fell, If every play you tried went well, There would be nothing to the gamef, If gain with signal come, it X What makes the game? Not perfect play, But golden chances thrown away! The fumbled ball, the slight mistake Which boys however skillful make, The faulty judgment and the will To wait and work for victory still. NN at sy? . X ,fi ,,-- 3 i351 N. XXX xxx f X X X tt CLASS TOURNAMENT The class of '35 surprised the school by walking off with the honor of winning the class tournament. They defeated the Junior High in the final round of play and gain- ed the championship, The Sophomores and Freshman B gave the poorest account of themselves by losing their first game. The spirit of these Freshie Boys is to be admir-- ed. It can truly be said that when they start something they finish it. But the biggest game of the year, so the students say, was that of the Faculty and Senior High School. The game proved to be exciting throughout, but the score was a great disappointment as the Faculty defeated them by 1 point. ,I H41 BOYS' COUNTY TOURNAMENT The Anderson "Comets', on February 26, 1932, journeyed to Loveland to participate in the Annual County Tournament held at Loveland. The boys had kept perfect train- ing rules for months ahead in hopes of winning the long sought for cup, but due to some unknown reason the boys' .plans were upset and they were defeated by Wyoming 24-13. I", 1 1 f A fir!!! ' . f. ,ffff GIRLS' COUNTY TOURNAMENT ,W ff If In the opening tilt of the Hamilton County Tournament, held at Loveland, Anderson ,ff!4i! Girls met and defeated St. Bernard Girls 18 to 12. The girls played as one as they flash- ff' ff if ed, and dashed across the floor on their way to victory. The result however, in the next! ,ff Ii' ff game was just the opposite and they were eliminated from the tournament with a sco e j 5 pf of 13 to 9, by lVIderia. cffff ff i X f ff I if XX! f f xx lg g Af KY X-X. R N, T36l W Pg 3 5 F 3 71 X X JUNKHtlHGHiTOURNAMENT f The annual Hamilton County Junior High Basketball Tourney was held at St. Ber- nard, March 16-19. Loveland, the 1931 champions, and Taylor, were picked to meet each other in the finals but the proverbial 'fdope bucketi' was upset by Anderson when it's f team came through after defeating all opposition. In its first game Anderson, after a nip and tuck affair, defeated Colerain by the score of 16 to 13. Meeting Finneytown in its second contest the Orange and Black found the going a little easier, winning 15-5. In the third game Deer Park was defeated in a hectic 17-11 contest which stood 11 to 11 at the end of the half. Going into the semi-finals Saturday, Anderson met the strong Taylor team in a game which proved to be the most spectacular contest of the tourney, with Anderson furnish- ing the fireworks. After trailing at the half 17-7 the team came back to outscore Taylor 19-1 in the second period. When the game ended the score stood, Anderson 26, Taylor 18 and the team was in the finals. Here Anderson opposed Mt. Healthy which had previously defeated Loveland in the semi-finals. Again at the half the team was on the short end of the score but a last quarter rally put Anderson ahead 19 to 12 to win the tournament in a field of twenty-two teams, thereby winning a handsome trophy of which it is rightly proud. SOCCER Although our boys have had an unsuccessful soccer season from the viewpoint of games won, they have an overwhelming success in their ability in showing sportsman- ship and smiles even in defeat. Four games were played this year, three of which were lost and the other one was tied 1 to 1 in a hard fought game with Loveland. As this is the second year of soccer in our school we feel that this was a very favorable showing. The boys participating in this sport were Joe Sandker, Roy Witschger, Bob Davis, Larry Cowperthwaite, Frank Stevenson, Morris Dunn, Russ Guenther, Tom Fightmaster, Bill Ludlow, Wendell Estell, Russell Rusk, Allen Martin, Charles Massey, Donald Davis. BASEBALL Games won-All. Games lost-None. We hope that at the time you read this annual this statement will be true, but at the time of its writing we can not verify this statement. As the baseball team last year had more than a favorable season we feel that with last year's team used as a nucleus and the new material for cytoplasm the coaches will have plenty of good material to work X with. "Practice makes perfect," and if this old adage proves true for Anderson she cer-fy I tainly will have a good team representing her on the baseball diamond this year. The team is under the able supervision of Coach Srofe and Coach Brown. ,fl ,X . TRACK if The track team as yet has not been organized, but this organizing will take place in X f 1 the near future. Because of the shortness of our school term track has not received the ff X ! . attention that the other sports have, but we feel that our able coaches, Srofe and Brown fl f will do their best in furnishing us with a good team to represent us in the county tou - X nament. At the meet there will be plenty of strong competition, but let us hope a Anderson will show her colors and give the other schools a run for their money. M! l38l ' --- ,gm,,, E, -X, X itkfax JV tw. Trib-Fc VF' EN. 'X ,xx-.X ,X ...XX f .X 1,5 N, s - X x -, . ANDERSON TWP. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIDRI OFFICIALS RUSSELL GUENTHER ..... ..........,..................... ...,....... P 11 esident JOSEPH SANDKER .....,......,...... . . . ....... vice President EDWARD KOEHLER ...,............ ................... S ecretary THOMAS FIGHTMASTER ............................................ .................. T reasurer BOARD OF CONTROL ROBERT E. WRIGHT ..,.. ...,......,............................................... ........ S u perintendent J. GARNER SROFE .............. .......... . .. ........................ ........... B oys' Coach CHARLES L. BROWN ........ ....... ......... G i rls, Caach MARY H. STRUKE ........... ........ ......................... G i rls, Advisor MYLIN H. ROSS ........ .......................... A ssistant Boys' Coach ROBERT DAVIS ........ ....... P resident Student Government VERA KERSTING ..... ......... 5 Vice President Governinent ROBERT DAVIS ............ ..,........ P resident Student Senate BETTY BECK .................... .......... S ecretary Student Senate RUSSELL GUENTHER .......... ............... P resident Athletic Association JOSEPH SANDKER ............. ....... , Vice President Athletic Association EDWARD KOEHLER .................. .......... S ecretary Athletic Association THOMAS FIGHTMASTER ..........,...........,.................,................... Treasurer Athletic Association This association has been Very successful this year both in a financial way and in creating a school spirit which we hope will remain established firmly in the years to come. The debt of the treasury in the preceding year has been taken care of and quite a balance remains, thanks to the loyal supporters of the teams. We wish to thank Mr. William Judd for the kindness in donating the beautiful new scoreboard of which we are so proud. ATHLETIC BANQUET The second annual basketball banquet was held Wednesday evening, March 30 un- der the auspices of the P. T. A. and under the able leadership of John Nordyke, sponsor of the Young Peoples Committee. The guests of honor were the girls and boys basket- X I' 'XX ball squads. Amid the clattering of dishes and the munching of food the speech of the X ANA evening was presented by Dr. J. A. B. Srofe, father of one of the distinguished teachers of XXX the school, Coach Srofe, whose talk was interesting and beneficial to everyone present. QSXQY Some of our extemporaneus speakers were somewhat a surprise. Their parents at home must have been somewhat bored listening to them practicing their speeches. Coach Srofe then presented major letters to the following, Lawrence Cowperthwaite, Qfifgaoe Sandker, Cortland Smith, Le Roy Witschger and Russell Guenther. Numerals were iiiiiiisesented to Torn Fightmaster, Robert Davis, Morris Dunn, Thomas Terwillager, George Tliilompson, Bill Ludlow, Robert Bell, James Heywood, Franklyn Stephenson. Coach Brown i'f.xXxX, then made his little bow and presented letters to Mildred Schneider, Loretta Schneider. DXXXY. H. Schneider, Jean Sheldon, Edna Bauer, Mildred Hansmann, Ruth Ilhardt and Ardella i lXXXBlom. Numerals were presented to Eva Koening, Thelma Knippling, Lorraine Guenther, XEs.ther Heine, Rose Linder and Gladys Vogelsang. Letters were also presented to the ffcheler leaders, Max Fightmaster and Raymond Marienthal and to the managers Virginia 'HXKinQipling, Robert Ludlow and Collin Mitchell. X 3 1 H X XV! lx fl xg 4121 T391 ,X Ax ...M-L., .N,.,.- M.. .. uf--ffifvf' Wx ics. W k may Wx X31-e,XL 1.5.3 Y 1, ,- ,QVX tg.. SX, 5 ,gfjf R RTN., .-6115" 1, xy x xi 'Gif ,ff nj wx XXX I ,Cf ,gf- N 2 XXX 'X-A-fe-..ff..A,f X 2 x Evwl . .,..f-- - ,X I -, F I .F - i f ff' l M 1' ILIM3 5 5 f F' " X ,ff Q Efrif' ff"'X',f 1 1 1 1 fly X frff f fff f f .5457 l ' - f -lfffff' , , 1 ' I 1 Mx Ulf! ,Mfr '41 ' fn!! gig, Q' E GIRLS' BASKETBALL Front Row. T. Knippling, E. Sparrow, G. Vogelsang, L. Guenther, E. Bauer, E. Schneider, R. Ilhardt. Back Row. V. Knippling Cmanagerj, E. Heine, M. Schneider, A. Blom, fcaptainb, J. Sheldon, E. Koening, H. Schneider, Mr. Brown Ccoachj. Absent. M. Hansman, R. Linder. RESUME Total points, A. H. S., 427 3 opponents 246. Games won, 14, games lost, 3. S fr fb ff, MAJOR LETTER GIRLS , ' 1 f P Captain A. Blom, M. Schneider, L. Schneider, H. Schneider, J. Sheldon, E. Bauer, M. wif I-lransmann, R. Ilhardt. xi! fi MINOR LETTER GIRLS WF! E. Koening, T. Knippling, L. Guenther, E. Sparrow, E. Heine, R. Linder, G. Vogelsang. ff , ,X ,fi D5 if if ,fi f if If If br j gk 111 VX, i. Xxi.' f X, . XF, M01 ffiwf fl' 1 iii: .ffffffsf fb i --311 'ffffffj kb -.g1:iff.:1:11Tr -. :Ek ' - .. Z ,ZX 2,46 ,,., 5 X . E4 51,1 X f Xfibbgx if ff ' .Xx's,N:-XXXN -lv X' , I "xy ,fvm ,fees Ki, THE TEAM QQX , , 5513 ARDELLA BLOM-Guard. Captain of this year's team. "Dell" won't be with us next X U year, and it will not be until then that we will miss her. Lets remember her as We saw her in the last game. She played at Colerian "fighting" for A. H. S. LORETTA SCHNEIDER-Forward. Another of those who will be sadly missed when the old gang reports next year. "Farmer" was very capable and never knew what it meant to quit. MILDRED SCHNEIDER-Forward. Here, there, and everywhere, and a swish of the net told a two-point story and the score up and up it goes, who won? I leave the ans- wer to you. JEAN SHELDON-Guard. Last year we knew her as a fighting center, but, this year we learned to know her as the old reliable guard. ESTHER HEINE-Center. Although not a regular she was a valuable asset to the team and proved her worth more than once. ROSE LINDER-Side Center. A Sophomore and a good prospect for the next year's team. Rose could always be counted on to put up a fast game when given the chance. EVA KOENING-Guard.. Although ineligible for the greatest part of the season, 'LEva" was able to play when she was needed the most. ,And how she did play with the same driving force that made her a great player of 30-31. HELEN SCHNEIDER-Center. Helen tried her hand at forward but finally hit her stride at center where. she always gave a good account of herself. MILDRED HANSMANN-Side Center. All good things come in small packages, anyone seeing her play would agree to this. RUTH ILHARDT-Center. When better centers are to be had Anderson will have them and this is true of Ruth who has no equal at this position in the county. EDNA BAUER-Forward. Another one of the Freshmen to make good on the hard court. Although her first in competition she gave a good account of herself. 'XX GLADYS VOGELSANG-Guard. One of the most willing workers on the squad always if ready to do a turn when ever she was needed, a good prospect for another year. Jxxixx itfgfix LORRAINE GUENTHER-Guard. "Raine" has the ability that goes to make up a great g3.p'x,kl3 guard but still needs plenty of development which comes from experience and hard QSSQQM work. X X,i,y.x XEfQQQlXTHELMA KNIPPLING-Side Center. The fighter of the whole squad, one who was al- fx ways willing to give her best for the team, even though she didn't have the chance KX to play as a regular. SPARROW-Guard, Another one of the Freshmen to show the way of good lkwxx sportsmanship to the others, a good prospect for next year. ax it 1 'Qi' 2 fx ESTHER SCHNEIDER-Forward. A late start but of great promise is "Esther," we will + i X3 XX hear plenty from the next year. R i -Yi .iii ,.X IRGINIA KNIPPLING-"Manager" A very capable and efficient manager at all times 'ajfwith the interest of the team always first. xL'W,,.f'f"l-MAX M,,.-f Mn ...M ,mfr hw, ,. ,- ..,f- , rave- -41 -.. .,.. ,..,, .,., Mawr g as iff?" Did You Ever Hear These Before? Oh, isn't that keen? Heretofore. The bell has rung. There will be less talking in here. Correction. Oh, Booooob. They reached Washington. Muy bien. My salary if paid by ................................. I don't think Juniors and Seniors ought to have to be told twice. I'm goin' a bear down on you if you don't get busy and study. How much is a pinchof salt? This shere. How was I to know there was to be an annual meeting? You and what army. This is the last time that I'm going to tell you. :?w Character Sketch of Our Favorite Teacher For many years we heard nothing of this child as this was the period when he was receiving his handsome physique and powerful ability in athletics along with his stupendence knowledge of American History. After this period he came to Anderson and became a great leader in boys activities and what boy at Anderson can say he never heard, "The boys sit on one side and the girls on the otherg I've seen enough games ruined by petting partiesf' As a History teacher he is, in the opinion of most Juniors and Seniors, a marve- lous driver. Oh! Only too well they know, "Ill let up on you if you do your part." 'This person is a modest lad-he has already instructed the Seniors that they nee not leave any bouquets or presents to him when they leave. ' He's so big hearted when he knows we all have just loads of Annual and L - tern work that must be gotten out he quite nonchalantly grins from the corner of his if mouth and announces that we must all turn in the answers to twenty-six History ques- tions written in full detail. And when it comes to write ups in this Annual we woul like to extend the appreciation of all those concerned for his wonderful help. ri i421 i-2-am 43 rfb Q THE ANDERSONIAN STAFF Editor-in-chief ......... Associate Editor ..... Business Manager ....... Advertising Manager Associate Manager ...... Athletic Editor ........ Associate ............ Art Editor ........... Picture Editor ...... Humor ............................. Virginia Knippling Alice Duckett Le Roy Witschger Cortland Smith Joseph Sandker Ardella Blom Russell Guenther Loretta Schneider Helen Merz Claude Needles, Edith Nagel Poetry ................................. .............................. M abel Stinnette Literary Department Eva Johnson, Martha Silver Junior Representatives ........ ............ B ob Davis, Harold Obee I44 , it X 1 i V1 X Xxx .XX X X X X XX THE LANTERN STAFF The Official Organ of Anderson Township School Published Monthly by the Senior Slass Now as the school year draws to a close we look back over the successful year which the LANTERN of 1931-1932 has had. A great deal of this success we credit to the pupils themselves because it was with their hearty co-operation that we were able to publish nine full issues this year. At no time this year has the LANTERN lacked good material fx and We feel that we have had a very successful year in all respects. N Editor-in-Chief ,..,.........,.................,........................................................................ virginia Knippiing 'w,fXl't Associate Editor ...... ..... ............,............... M a X Fightmaster lgftf-, Business Manager .............. .........................i....................,........... C ortland Smith Advertising Department Joseph Sandker, Le Roy Witschger "-. Circulation Department ....... ........ E dith Nagel, Alice Duckett, Claude Needels Art Editor ............................. ...,....................,................................ L oretta Schneider ik Xhgllteporters- YQ..-T. A. ....... ..........,...........,.............,. M artha Silver 'iorts ............... .,... R ussell Guenther, Ardella Blom Jolces ..................... ............................... L e Roy Witschger 'Q'-V,X.x Poets' Corner ........ ........ .....,. ........... ................................ M a b e l Stinnettc Eva Johnson, Helen Merz X X School Notes ..............,................................................................................... . Reporters-William Bender, Helen Wagner, Thelma Watson, Rhoda Massey, Erwin Schulte. Florence W. Bath L it Xfaculty Sponsor ..............................,............................................................................ . X H X K an xx ff .1 ,J Q 1 , X . I' xx kj if ,X Q x X tl M ' W HI-Y Organized 1930 Purpose:-To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. OFFICERS LAWRENCE COWPERTHWAITE ................................ .................. P resident ROBERT DAVIS ...,........,....................,......,.............. ............ V ice President JOSEPH SANDKER ......... ......................................... .... S e cretary-Treasurer J. GARNER SROFE AND MYLIN H. ROSS ..................... ......... ............... A d visors ACTIVE MEMBERS CORTLAND SMITH CHARLES MASSEY HAROLD OBEE MORRIS DUNN RICHARD AUBKE i461 7 - W x yy XX li v X GIRL RESERVES A SLOGAN-To face life squarely. X . The Anderson Y was organized last year in ship among the girls of the school. for the poor kiddies. A dance was given by the Club at the Y. W. ly and financially. color scheme of green and tan. Xi IRGINIA KNIPPLING ..,.,. As a final project the Girl Reserves Club order to aid in developing good fellow- with the Hi-Y gave a Christmas party C. A. and proved successful both social- Room was beautifully furnished in the President ITH C. NAGEL .......... ........ V zce President Christmas the Girl Reserves in conjunction J N SHELDON ............ MABEL STINNETTE ........ X FLORENCE W. BATH ...... X x XA l . 5 Xl x X X . a 'X ' X . l47l Secretary Treasurer Advisor X f f ff Xl f W lil X Xxgl WM STUDENT SENATE The Student Senate became a more active organization this year than heretofore and established a closer contact with the student body through a bi-monthly letter in which there were editorials, general information and a planned project for the betterment of the student body and school. At least twice a month the Student Senate holds a meeting in the Board of Education Room where a check up is made of school spirit and general conditions. New Student Projects are planned at these meetings for the following weeks. MEMBERSHIP The membership of the Student Senate consists of the President and Secretary of ff! 1 classes 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, making a total of twelve members. The members are as X' 'ffl' follows- ' f 12. Le Roy Witschger, Vice President 9. Gladys Vogelsang if X 12. Alice Duckett 9. Esther Sparrow I 11. Thomas Fightmaster, Treasurer 8. Geneva Hensley ff! 'X 11. Robert Davis, President - 8. Genevieve Brandt I, XI 10. Betty Beck, Secretary 7. Hazel Combs l i I I 10. Richard Aubke 7. Edna Wittmeyer X, ff! ffl ! X ff ! f J ' my 5483 - 5 .r 2522327 Nb x .155 N L, 341, X .X AQ5 A .1- .f I DEBATING SOCIETY X551--X Q I ,,YI, V, I. SX ,QW X I I IX 1 NNN wg. I R33 1 wg ,X LE ROY WITSCHGER ...... .......................... .................. P 'r esident HELEN MERZ ................................,.. .... S ecretary-Treasurer ROBERT DAVIS ................................ ....... A dvertising Manager MRS. FLORENCE W. BATH ...... ...............................,..... C oach AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE ALICE DUCKETT RAYMOND MARIENTHAL MABEL STINNETTE HAROLD NORDYKE HAROLD OBEE JACK HAINES CLIFFORD VON GUNDY, Mgr. EVA JOHNSON, Mgr. ,ff .1 ,K f' iizfgfllq E491 if :git i1i"Q,, W, , -,.,.3 X355 41, Hr -1 Lfhiiiffiff KXQNF VL!! t QNX NX- XT"-if Nix N-Cgj Xxx XXQWR Neg f .Zi its X35 V941 fy? 1 , ,E l 5 fx? ff .gif few? gf Wygy 1 jf! f' I jf' ff ,lf 1 f fly: K 1 I? ORCHESTRA The year of 1931-1932 has been the banner year for the orchestra. In spite of the fact that we lost ten people last year we still have an organization numbering 23. Early this fall the bus drivers and faculty bought uniforms, consisting of capes and caps, and we must admit that the organization has improved considerably since getting the uni- forms. The public appearances made this school year were: the Faculty play, Farmers Institute, and commencement plus the school activities. Members of the Orchestra are: CORNET PIANO VIOLIN James Wofangle Edith Nagel Lois Cross ff Richard Staub Henry Koester Harold Silver TENOR DRUM Ethel Jackson Luella Judd Robert White Howard Ingram Robert Pitcock ,ff SAXOPHONE CLARINET Ralph Koester gff f Gladys Vogelsang Ramon Pickelheimer Harold Obee Albert Lederer Billy Worth Paul Kabel TROMBONE Kathryn Walls George Thompson Marvin Spencer DRUMS Collin Mitchell. TUBA Russel Rusk fyff A + X N' ,f Q if w , Lbs .c,t,c H501 L 1' THE GLEE CLUB Six! xfgiyfnf T f f f' I X N A 1 l l?xXXXQx WR tall X x O-le-oe-ooog O-le-0-ee, O-le-0-ee, O-le-o-e-oo. No, we don't yodel! We try to sing. And I'm sure something ought to be produced under the able direction of Miss Jessica Steinle. This is the second year that our Glee Club has been under Miss Steinle's instruction Cand authority? ? ? ? ? ?J . We're working hard on our operetta, "The Belle of Barcelona," and expect to present it the latter part of April in the school auditorium. The parts have been assigned as follows:- Lieut. Harold Wright Ccustoms inspectorj .................. Luis de Montero Ca Wealthy plantation ownerj ...... 3 Max Fightmaster Harold Obee X X Gloria de Montero Chis wife and aristrocratl ...... .............. L ois Cross Q 'X Margarita Can accomplished daughterj .,............ .............. E dith Nagel Q Mercedes Cher sisterj ..........................,.................... ...... L orraine Guenther X Emilio Ctoreador, suitor to Mercedesj ........ ..... T homas Fightmaster Patrick CPatD Malone fcompanion of Hall ..... ....... L arry Cowperthwaite XYQQXDOH jose g CStudent friends of Emilioj ....,..........,................................. gaynggnil Ngarlienthal we Ti on uan aro or y e A ancisco di la Vega Cchief inspector at the customs house who claims to be a lm noblemanj ...............................,...................................................................... George Thompson XXX Pedro Cmanager of de Montero's plantationj ..............,.....................,....... Raymond Marienthal X11 NX XX Cap. Colton Cof the cruiser Montanaj ...................... .......... H arold Nordyke x.Z .1 XMartha Matilda Ayers Can English governessj ..... ....... G ladys Vogelsang X2 X4 li'XDQPa Marcela Cfriends of Margaritab ...............,....,............ ....., B Onme Cady X lg Dtplila Anita U Geneva Hensley H ig orus of U. S. Marines and chorus of Spanish students. l ix xv ' ax if ,ff 1,1 l51l sex QEQTJ-i1??Q "' -N L ffffifyf LQ! lx v If x U 5 ggi? ,gy Los Estudlantes Alegres Des Espanol lllfifi We ffl EL MOTTE-Antes cle hablcw es bueno pensar. 547 ff OFFICIALS "I SENORA STRUKE ................................. .,...............,........ ............... L a maesfm SENORITA ALICE DUCKETT ................... ...................... E l presidente SENOR RUSSELL GUENTHER ......,..,.......... .............. E l secfretario y tresoro SENORITA LORETTA SCHNEIDER ..,...... ....,.... La direccion de la pfrogmmo Los estudiantes SENGRITA ARDELLA BLOM SENOR EDVVARD KOEHLER SENORITA MILDRED SCHNEIDER SENOR HARRY PROYOR SENORITA 'VIRGINIA KNIPPLING SENOR CHARLES MASSEY SENOR RALPH KESTER SENOR CORTLAND SMITH Los estudiantes alegres espanoles han estudiado espanol por dos anos. Nosotros hemos tendo mucho que hacer y tambien mucho que aprender. Nosotros hemos perdido Ocho estudiantes desde el ano pasado pero nosotros gozamos muchas horas contentas juntos. A la Navidad nosotros cantamos canciones en espanol y Ieimos mucho acerca de los costumbres de Espana. Acabamos de leer "Zaragueta" y ahora estamos leyendo "El Cap- itan Venenof' ' ! 4 fp? fix x ,f ,ffl :Clif 1 f' J' " f flflf' LATIN CLUB o, ffl XA! Name ....,... .......,......................................................... ....... D I OLYM, J,',ff,5:'i! CThe Gods of Mt. Olympusb f 5' MOTTO-Vincit qui se vincit. l,"':, V X 5 1 J 5 CODE--Non nobis solum sed toti mundo nati, fortiter et 'recte vivamus, dum vivimus. ff ,fl jx if Membership in this club is open to all Latin students with an average of 80 per cer43.f,' X' lf 1' KX!! ff! If If X fi 'fl I XX I. W N FAQ is W l52l FLiji,i:1:?i-lifigguh T he Calendar . K fff ff f SCHOOL CALENDAR, 1931-32 SEPTEMBER 8-Back again! Safer lost, couldn't find Room II. 9-Whew--warm weather-classes all day. 10-Lunch room given first work out. Books ordered. 11-Last day of first week. 14-Lantern staff elected. 15-More Lantern. 16-Oh boy! Lantern adds over the top. 17-Oh you Freshie! Senior girls entertain Freshmen girls with a baby party. 18-Assembly under the guidance of those dignified C?j Seniors. 19-P. T. A. picnic. 21-Biff! Bang! Ouch! Just the first "Soccer" practice. 24-School patrol organized. 25-We wonder why Mr. Ringo left the Seniors until last when he took pictures? 28-See the birdie? More pictures. 29-Girls first basketball practice. Good luck girls. 30-The first Lantern arrives-Late-but oh man what a paper! OCTOBER 1-Did those Lanterns sell? I'll say so. 2-First soccer game. Anderson 1, Loveland 1. The Sophs surely fixed those Fresh- men-"Initiation Party." 5-Oh hum! No news. 6-Moooo Corky! 7-No news. 8-Ditto. 9--Sic 'em Fritz. Soccer, Anderson 0, Sycamore 2-BAD BAD. 12-No school. Three cheers for good old Chris! 13-Back from a holiday those Seniors surely acted squirrely. 14-No school again. 15-Picture back. For once we see ourselves as others see us. When you hear "my pictures are terrible" then you'll know it hurts. 16-More picture and more books lost in Algebra II-Sophomore assembly and so on, and so on. 19-Blue Monday CWhy does Friday come only once a week and only at the end?J 21-Orange ticket wins. Boys first basketball practice. 22-Lantern goes to press. Girl Reserve treasure hunt and OH, what a treasure! WHEN WE FOUND IT. 23-Holiday declared over Saturday and Sunday. 26-Yawn--Monday morning. 27-See October 5. 28-Second Lantern out. 29-Leave it to the Seniors. Prize stunt at Freshman Halloween party. What a bride! 30-Whoops-no school. Thanks to our dear teachers. NOVEMBER 2-More yawns than usual. Too much Halloween. I 3-Heavy-heavy-Hearts "' 4' "' "' EXAMS! !!!!! 4-Misery continued. 5-Almost over. 6-Everybody happy ?????? Junior and Senior baby party. 9-Iski-soki-owish just a man from Poland!!! 10-Freshmen assembly for Armistice Day. Yea! Team! Cheer leaders chosen. 11-Boom! Armistice Day. f A M f 1 1 if l54l . x NR X. X x iggjslx xv X "s xx t xx XX ill. R K X X. rwEgiE?53?..N.""i 'ff fi ' iv XT' if , 'lr IX? .1f,..iif, fk 12-See October 7. fx tx 13-First basketball game and Oh what a game. Victory for the girls-the boys al- 1' most. Reports out-read 'em and weep. XX X 16-Nothing of importance today. Qififfx 17-Or today either. 18-Third day of the week. 19-Today's fire drill was hot stuff. 23-See October 19. 24--Eighth grade assembly. 25-Lantern out. Big betting. 26-No school-both national and individual. 27-Time out for recuperation. 30-Russell Guenther pays for losing S. O. B. C. game by pushing a peanut down the hall with his nose. DECEMBER 1-The Seniors spent the whole day!-'WM ---- 5' 2-Still arguing. 3-China walks out on the Girl Reserves. 4-A hair-raising-double header with scratches, black and blue marks and every- thing. As We win from Hammersville. 7-Wonder whom Helen's date is with? 8-Plenty of hot air. 9-No news-just rain. 10-No news is good news. 11--Ha! Ha! Ha! Heard a joke. 12-Wedding bells rang for Mr. Srofe. CONGRATULATIONSN!!!??'??? 15-Save your money-Christmas is nearing. 16-Save. 17-Save. 18-Save. 19-Faculty play. It surely was great. 21-Christmas is in the air. 22-Big surprise for someone. 23-Girl Reserve and Hi Y Service. Double header 24-No school. It won't be long now kiddies. 25-Merry Christmas everybody! ! ! ! ! Curtain falls. 26-Time out for a few days. on Loveland. JANUARY 1-Happy New Year! Gentlemen BEWARE, remember this is Leap Year. 4-Ho Hum every one is sleepy. 5-No substitute just like it-What? A certain teacher's lecture. Annual meetinge- Corky plus chair falls. 6-No news. 7-Virginia must have some sleep so Girl Reserve meeting is postponed. 8-Tom thought that nine bells meant a fire. ll-Reviewing for the coming event. 12-Hic!! There with a Crosley. 13-It won't be long now. 14-I yam what I yam and that's all I yam. 15-Biff! Bang! and plenty of scratches. 18-Those fatal days are drawing nearer. 19-Hold your breath! Exemptions. 20-Oh-EXAMS MM' 21-Ditto only worse. 22-Same. 23-First Debate-Hurrah!!!! both teams were victorious 1'-'F-ik-if Xt it li. ly X25-Good 'ole Monday mornin. Xtli 6-Thd ftMd. xx xx, XXXZ e ay a er on ay X xx .Vi R af x if l X XVI! .ff N N . .x KF Q' tx X. . al. ! - A -A W --'- v--'--4'--:mw.,ypf M , M, if ,J ,-ffigzf ,f'!,f','Lf,.f' ff", , ,ff r ff ff ,f .1 ,1 f ff ,f rl.. .. pf X, X A ,.., .f 27-Mios Dios! Its quarter after eleven. Lantern out. 28-Good night. 29-Check! Anderson Comets double checked Terrace Park. FEBRUARY 1-Lunch room's new theme song. "Tomatoes are cheaper, potatoes are cheaper." 2-Happy Ground Hog Day! 3-Big time!! 4-I wouldn't doubt that the lights went out-Helen is thinking of running off and going home. 5-Annual meeting. 6-Oh! Girl Reserve Dance. Swell time. 8-Mr. Wright said this calendar would be worth the price of the annual. He may decide he's mistaken after he reads it. 9-Va. talked of handsome goats in Spanish II. 10-Drandma! ll 11-The last time Mr. Srofe stoop up between bouquets of flowers he got himself into trouble. Interesting Junior Assembly. 12-No school. Honest Abe's birthday. 13-Eva got lost and we found her-riding the elevator. 15-Pictures of George Washington. 16-Call assembly. Corky says its spring fever but we say it's love. The salt turned out to be sand. 17-Student Senate gets to work. Corky talks about nice looking kitchens today. We wonder !!!!!! 18-Kissing is unsanitary according to one Girl Reserve member. 19-Last game and what a game. The famous orange and black knocked down two more from Sycamore. 22--No school George's bi-centennial birthday. Wonder how many of us will be re- membered 200 years hence. 23-Tests on George Washington. Sophomore Assembly. The blue and the gray has been discarded. 24-Pictures for Annual taken. Lantern out. 25-What is so rare as a day in June? A regular spring day in February. 26-Strange as it seems the Seniors had a meeting at which everything was settled PEACEFULLY. Boy's tournament. Lost to Wyoming. 28-Girls win from St. Bernard in tournament. 29-Only one day like this in four years. MARCH fx 2-Corky seems to remember his dates very well. ,ff 3-?""'S8z""?. Annual meeting. X f 4-Girls tournament-lose to Maderia. , f'j'X 7-Seniors working hard-and how '?'?? flff., 8-Beavers and Weavers-Juniors select class play. 9-Clifford and the chair landed on the floor. We've been expecting it. ,C.'!Z,f,,f 10-Who said we couldn't stage a comeback? Interclass tournament. Did those ff Freshmen fix the Juniors? 11-Annual given weekly workout. ,Q 14--Big week of exams. 15-The Seniors discuss invitations. Freshmen win tournament. Faculty take a galg f from the Hi team. ,f',x".','ff 16-Good old caps and gowns! X 17-Jr. Hi tournament. Both teams victorious. Keep it up. If ,J Q 18-They're still at it. f' if ,ff f 19-Jr. Hi wins county tournament. f f fi 21--Big assembly. Presentation of the cup. Plenty of Annual work. x' J' f j 24-State inspection. Play by Stuart Walker Players. if f 1 I 5 i .-.NN 1 -NN E561 i1Ti"'eXi"'e-... fit'f:f2f?f?Ei3tfiT? it X 'WWZZSTZS1 P ..-..1Qlfl1,,,j .jj .lu 5.21 in X'---If ff ff' I V ff ,gjtqxh ff VA,,. . f f f!tX 25-Mr. Srofe said that if all the pupils would refrain from falling asleep there would tfxfit F 5 be less noise in the class room. 28-Was the Easter Bunny good to you? 29-Mabel said she felt like sprouting after eating so many potato chips. 30-Athletic banquet. Lantern out. Plenty of jokes-plenty of dancing-Ask Larry and Virginia. 31-Mr. Wright talked so loud in Solid Geometry that the lights went out. APRIL 1-April Fool-our holiday. Freshman Assembly. 2-Juniors Alabama Bound. It certainly was great. 4-Editors not working today. 5-Nor today either. 6-Recuperating from yesterday and the day before. 7-Overheard in seventh grade geometry room: "Chicago's livestock keep it from being a dead town." 8-Fine play "The Importance of being Earnest." ll-Dell says she adores 100 per cent. men. 13-Cloudy-no news-relative humidity is too low. 14-Rain. 18-The same old Monday morning. 21-Corky is still breaking hearts. 25-Some female impersonater lifted Larry's Hi Y pin. 26-Bob looked up his family tree and found he was the sap. 27-Lantern out. 28-Robert Pitcock is the moving spirit of the Mbug club" according to Miss Straus 29-Operetta, "The Belle of Barcelona." 30-Jr., Sr. banquet. We had a grand time, Juniors. MAY 2-George "keep biting your finger nails," Edith, i'Remember what happened to Venus." 7-Senior class play. 9-Struggle on, brave fellows, but one lap more. 10-Terrible calamity-Brownie sits on chewing 14-Senior class play, 'Alt Was Charming." 15-Vesper service. 16-Senior breakfast. Ham and eggs. 17-Seniors on last lap. 18-Class night-what a dance!!!! 20-Alumni banquet. Big time and how!!!!!! gum. Xx N 21-Commencement! KXQQX The curtain falls! Farewell Anderson! Tempest F igets! greg X U XYQFX XX 2 x x X k xr X1 1 l. . ..i i7x, .XXX N Y , x X X X X V' AK iN ff x X 1, X, W q f i-fl K .Mix 1 ,.-fx fjgflfx i571 sm . i km. ,-.-i ,-xp X'x X-A X Y x Y xxx ,X X X XX Ulm XX w X WM ANDERSON FLIVVER Steering Gear .,.... Mr. Wright Self Starter ........... ............................,........................................,........................... M rs. Bath Fenders Crattlingj ...,.. ....... L ois Cross, Vera Kersting, Bob Bell, Ramon Pickelheimer Gas Clowb ...........................................4.................................................,.................................... Jack Hames Carburetor Cls he adjustedj ...... Bumper ................................,..... Bearing Cpolishedb ...... Lights Calways outj ...... Speedometer Cspeedj ...... Horn Cblowerj ............ Spring Csqueakingj .......... Windshield Ctransparentb ...... Exhaust Csmokingb .,............ Transmission Cgrindj ....... Tires Cinflatedl ............... Spare tire Cextra airj .......... Front Wheels Cshimmyingj ...... Nuts Cloosej ................................. Frame fimportant party .... Spark plugs Csnapl ....... Magneto Cattractivej ........ Cushions Ckinda hardj ....... Crank Chard workD .......... Wishbone Calways brokej ........................ Running board Calways stepped onj Spot light Cshmingj ...............,,............... Tools Cneededj ........ Top Cheightb ..... .. I5 Raymond Marenthal Cliff Von Gundy Alice Duckett Le Roy Whitschger and Dell Blom Mil Schneider Thomas Fightmaster Bill Bender Helen Merz Russ Guenther Martha Silver Betty Beck, Mary Smith, Eva Johnson Edith Nagel Esther Sparrow, Bonnie Cady Class of '33 Class of '32 Joe Sandker Rose Matthews Harold Obee, Cortland Smith Miss Straus George Thompson Freshman Class Mabel Stinnet Va. Knipp g Charles Norton ,i SENIOR CLASS PLAY A fascinating comedy in 3 acts. By Alice Duer Miller and Robert Milton. The story of "The Charm School" is familiar to Mrs. Miller's readers. It relates the adventures of a handsome young automobile salesman, scarcely out of his iteens, who, upon inheriting a girls' boarding-school from a maiden aunt, insists on running it himself, according to his own ideas, chief of which is, by the way, that the dominant feature in the education of the young girls of today should be CHARM. The situations that arise are teeming with humor-clean, wholesome humor. In the end the young man gives up the school, and promises to wait until the most precocious of his pupils reaches a marriageable age. The play has the freshness of youth, the inspiration of an extravagant but novel idea, the charm of originality, and the promise of wholesome, sanely amusing, pleasant entertainment. SENIOR CLASS OF ANDERSON TOWNSHIP SCHOOL "The Charm Schoolv A Comedy By Alice Duer Miller and Robert Milton With a Wee Bit of Music by Junior Quartette to Begin With Austin Bevans ............................................,............................................................... Le Roy Witschger An automobile salesman with IDEAS, which David MacKenie ...................................,......................,.........,....... ...... J oseph Sandker A law student, considers unpractical, though George Boyd ,.....................................................,.........,.....................................,., ....... C ortland Smith An expert accountant, is willing to co-operate and so are Jim Simpkins ......................,.............................................................................. ........ C laude Needels and Tim Simpkins ..............................................................,.....................................,........,...... Claude Needels Who toil not and have never seriously considered spinning. Homer Johns .................... ' ..........................................,............,........................................ Russell Guenther is the guardian of Elsie Benedotti ............................................................................................................ Virginia Knippling the president of the senior class at a school presided over by Miss Hays .......,.....,.............................................................................................................. Alice Duckett who is loved and feared by all who know her, including the secretary, Miss Curtis ........,,...................................,.............................,.......................,............................ Edith Nagel who is always trying to think well of the senior class, consisting of Sally Boyd .......,........,.........,...........................,.........,.........,...................,................................. Helen Merz Muriel Doughty .................................,................ .... .......... ....... .......,........ A r d e lla Blom Ethel Spelvin' ...... ............ E va Johnson Alix Mercier .....,.. .......... M abel Stinnette Lillian Stafford ....... ........ L orretta Schneider Madge Kent ................................................................,.............................,......................... Martha Silver Charlotte Gray .....................................................................,...................................,...,...... Mabel Stinette house. ACT II.-The Main Hall of the School. Scene 1-Noon. Scene 2-About two Weeks later. Between Scenes 1 and 2 the curtain will be lowered about two minutes to indicate passing time. ACT III.--Scene 1-Midnight on the road. Scene 2-The next morning. X ACT I.-Evening. The boys' room on the top floor of an old-fashioned New York i59l ,-,-,.,......--- xiaisk XX? ' K, 'X xg K s ,xxx is X XA xii . L . L . ,ff . Vg- ff? 4 Q If !f!f,,f!f5 l if fyifizf ,ffl N ffgff i iff' figfzf W! 4525! mf ff V 3,2 f, JM! 4745" BUS DRIVERS 1. Arthur Taylor 5. Otto Daugherty 2. Daniel Koester 6. Thomas Crotty 3.' Milton Maddux 7. Clifford Wittmeyer 4. Volley Edinger 8. Clarence Laub. 9. William Maddux Harley Daugherty Edward Schroder Edward H. Merz Clarence Wilfert Three years ago on September 19 the twelve original busses assembled at A. H. S. drivers who act not only as operators but also as instructors, while the children are en- X route to and from the school. Last September the drivers welcomed into their group Mr. Wilfert, the conductor of Bus No. 13. These drivers can boast of never having had an acl also proved themselves a great aid with their economic support. for the first time. Since that first day the busses have been efficiently operated by t 1 cident. Not only have these drivers been faithful, and efficient in their services but have! , X X E601 V fff f f xx -' If JV, Li 'k"""':::EifBa1 fha.. iT . 5 'S SX ff 1 X ffl X flyfiyjfjf KLM ANDERSON TOWNSHIP P. T. A. X Q11 li 1 1 The P. T. A. started its third year by electing the following officers: President, Mr. QQ-F Qui! C. B. Monterg Vice President, Mrs. P. E. Voiersg Treasurer, Mr. Dan Koesterg Correspond- ing Secretary, Mr. R. C. Fryerg Recording Secretary, Peter A. Worth. In addition the original advisory board members were asked to continue on the advisory board, as before. The advisory board meets the last Tuesday of each month and the regular meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month during the school year. The social activities this year were a basket picnic and faculty reception last Sep- tember. ' This was well attended and enjoyed by all. Then through the year there were various Minstrels and a box social, also an ath- letic banquet. The P. T. A. also placed some athletic equipment in the yard this year and have plans under way at present for the purchase of a motion picture projector for the school, as we feel this would be a great help to the faculty. Our meetings have been well attended all year, and if you don't believe the enter- tainment and membership committees are not on the job, just attend a few meetings. The organization has made great strides in it's three years, due to the efforts of all concerned and is planning better things in the future for with the fine cooperation from h t e faculty it is a pleasure to do these things, and at the same time the school board which means helping the students which is the final goal for which the P. T. A. was organized. STATEMENT OF 1932 ANDERSONIAN DEBT Printing ..................... .................. ........ . S 153.59 Engraving .................... ........... 2.98 Rake-off for Staff .......... . ..... 1000.00 XX Automobile for Editor ....... ...... 3 000.00 XX Automobile for Manager ..... ..... 3 000.00 K -fit Taxi Fares ................................. ..... 3 56.98 ,QQNQXX Send-off party for Staff ..... ..... 2 698.51 Qgxfx 10212.99 1 X133 CREDIT A Kale of books ....................................................................... ......... S 32.03 X X 0 id for allowing Juniors picture in Annual ...... ........ . 45000.00 lx XXX A ertising , ................................................................ .... 5 29.37 V-Q., Voluntary contribution of class of '31 ........... . .06 "t,Rf,.iNxXFor printing certain snapshots .............. ..... 1 51.63 Qar not printing certain snapshots . ....... ........ 5 000.00 T X X 1, X 1 1-" -. W XX Q 10212.99 H H X 7 X. ,R XMI X f ivy T611 Wt! SCHOOL DAYS Ribbons and rompers rent the air on September 17, when the Senior Girls entertain- ed the Freshmen Girls with a party. The baby sisters were entertained by "Farmer in the Dell," and "When We Go Around the Mulberry Bush." Quite in fitting with the costumes the D Classmen drank their punch from nursery bottles while their more learned sis- ters sipped their portion from tall lemonade glasses. On October 2, the innocent Freshmen were put through an orgy of cold needles, oys- ters and corn starch. But it was all taken in good spirit and after the initiation Fresh- men and Seniors alike mingled to dance until lunch was served after which each depart- ed with a light heart. What a gala affair was the Freshman return party on October 29. Witches and Gob- lins, Fairy Maids and Spaniards wandered about the auditorium until the word was given to unmask. The Seniors captured the fern, that was offered as prize for the best stunt. They presented a mock wedding that proved most hilarious to those who watched the bride indulge in a mid-season lunch. After a few hours spent joyfully in dancing everyone departed. The Juniors and Seniors turned back the hands of time on November 6, and indulged in a bit of fun that might have been enjoyed by the youngest of babies. They held a party at the home of Alice Duckett. The costumes were all very clever but when that two months old child walked in with a cigar in his mouth everyone burst with a peal of laughter. Games were played and lunch was served after which everyone danced. The Girl Reserves sponsored a dance February 6. Although the student body did not show a great representation we were honored by the presence of a few of the Alumni members. The music was espcially fine and the circle dances were great sport. Refresh- ments could be obtained if the guests so desired. The most hoped for event of the season took place April 30. The Juniors entertain- ed the Seniors with the hospitability of a Southern family. The banquet was held in the auditorium, fashioned as a dinner dance. Gayle Owens orchestra furnished the music. The Juniors themselves staged the floor show. It was a most delightful affair. On May 19, the Seniors of '32 were welcomed into the Alumni at a banquet given in permeated the air. White flannels and dainty organdies moved in joyous rythm u 3 their honor. After the banquet the guests retired to the ball room where soft m til the strains of Home Sweet Home floated through the school. X E621 4 N If X , ff f Aff f f A FINAL ACTIVITIES of the CLASS OF '32 Vesper Services Sunday Evening, May 15, 8:15 0'C1ock Sermon REV. B. F. PETEREIT Class Night Exercises Wednesday Evening, May 18, 8:15 o'Clock In the Form of a Radio Program - Commencement Exercises I Saturday Evening, May 21, 1932 N X 33:1 Speaker DR. B. O. SKINNER State Director of Education of Ohio I "xx I ir it S1 X A XX- RX XX A xx ix 'E -.X XXX X ta xx X XI XX! Xxx X xi , r R x 4 ij:i'x E631 ,X AX. i - . is x My JUNIOR CLASS PLAY ALABAMA BOUND April 2, 1932 The Persons in the Play Bemis Bennington .......,.....................................,..................................,. Hon. Jeremy Wise ...,........................... Thomas Fightmaster Wendell Estell James Patrick Burns CStubbyJ ....... ........ W illiam Bender Professor Noah Jabb ......................... .......,.....,....... R obert Davis Beverly Loman ......... ........................... M orris Dunn Squire Piper .................... ........ Fay Fairbanks .................... ............ Mrs. Clarice Courtenay ...... Genevieve McGully ......... Sammie Bell Porter ....... Mrs. Lutie Porter ......... ............................,.... Pink ........................ ............................................... Wedding Guests REMEMBER THESE REMARKS? Bemis-"Frisco? Not me, Stubby, We're Alabama Bound!" Stubby-"Loop-da-loopa Bananaf' J abb-"J ehoshaphat! l " Wise-"I came early to see if my office force ever got here Beverly-"Do you think I got ary a chance with Miss Fay?" Squire-'iUse you head Captain, or he'll crown you." Mrs. Courtenay-'Alt isnlt trueg it can't be true. F ay-"What have I done? Beverly, who is this gentleman?', Lawrence Cowperwaite Genevieve Sandker Esther Heine Mary Smith Mildred Schneider ........... Jean Sheldon Ruby Kuntz on timef' Sammie Bell-t'Hurry, Stubby, we're missing all the excitement." Mrs. Porter-"Go and tell the cook that the party will be here in five minutes, hurry." Pink-'tYassir took skeered at a Ford ottymobile and-flooey-two miles away." A Genevieve-"Somebody has stolen my gum!" I X f ff? SPECIAL SOUTHERN MUSIC FURNISHED BETWEEN ACTS BY ,,'Ifl,"' V,-' x, N Max Fightmaster Harold Obee George Thompson . i jlf ff 7 Business Manager ........ ................ P rof. M. Jay Elf' ,' ,f ' 1 Director .......,............ ....... P rin. Florence W. Bgth ff' ,flffnffi fl yf if ,af ffl f ' f A if f' ig 1' if if f X f x' if gf N XJ E641 X -.1 xqtx X kk ' fi1i4rQQ Q ,Aff ? + f 'M f .1 'JA Nl"'T " , 0,1 I h 1 - 5 R -xx ' X.. X 1 . XX ' X -WH RX -W - 4 fx nf gh sxxwmr Af' a Ads and umor ,fi Corky wishes to remind his many girl friends that his THE WAY TO FEEL ABOUT IT Is Captain Guenther pessimistic?" "Yes" "Do the players seem scared and nervous?" 'iYes." 4. Is there an air of funeral gloom over the Fine, we ought to win tonight." cr NEVER AGAIN There was a man in our town And he was a speedy guy He turned the corner on two wheels, Crossed crossings on the fly But yesterday, the Extra's say, This wise man saw the light His flivver stalled on the railroad track, Toot, Toot, Ding, Ding, Goodnight! NOTICE-FOR SALE One Ford car, with piston ring Two rear wheels, one front spring, spring. Has no fenders, seats or plank, Burns lots of gas, has no crank. Carburetor busted half way through, Engine misses, hits on two Three years old four in the spring, Has shock absorbers and everything. Radiator busted, sure does leakg Differential dry, you can hear it squeak. Ten spokes missing, front all bent Tires blown out, not worth a cent. Got lots of speed, will run like the deuce, Burns either gas or tobacco juice Tires all off, been run on the rim, It's a dinged good Ford for the shapc it's i We editors may tug and toil, Till our finger tips are soreg But some poor fish is sure to say, "I've heard that stuff before." school?" "Yes" telephone number is in this -The Editor l66l 1 - i 1 V A QX 'qiiffm'-I-'AIM-7 X I x if if X X IX f I Q5 M, Compliments- of T. P. WHITE AND SONS PHONES NEW RICHMOND 1832 CINCINNATI-BEECHMONT 7365 Gas for Gasless Homes "Pyro F ax" Anderson Township School Has It. X Why Not Enjoy the Wonderful Advantages M, PHOTOGRAPHS ARE MEMORIES MADE PERMANENT. XAXQ of "Pyro Fax" TIFFANYTONE PHOTOS In Your Home? New Low Price of ARE BETTER MY 536.50 X j 5. ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION Q C as , s-,E, X THE FORESTVILLE E I FUEL SL SUPPLY CO. Cincinnati, Ohio X X X X P! ivff 'XXX T671 Prix Q f iii E xxx xx K , Xa Y x X X X XR Ng NO HARM INTENDED , On Joe's return to school after being away several weeks Mr. Srofe told him that X If Y he must bring a written excuse for his absence from one of his parents. The next day I If!! ff he presented this note from his mother: M! "Dear Mr. Srofe: Please excuse Joseph for being out of school for the last three X Weeks. He fell from a tree and broke his arm. By doing the same you will oblige. MRS. SANDKER. YE OLD BEANERY There's a memory dear, that I cannot but hear, Now that I've left ANDERSON HI And wherever I fret, I will never forget The lunch room de luxeqat ANDERSON HI. Noon-the bell rang, and every heart sang As we sped for the castle so fair! . And though on the way grim obstacles lay, We oft fooled the lion in his lair. As we entered the palace, completing our race, Sweet odors and rare urged us on: They all seemed to say, "Folks, right this way, And nary a dish should you shun." Of course, there was fish, an old Friday dish, And salads were there galore! The meat was--ah, fine! and the soup-divine! And pies, always-"gimme some more." I was partial, I know, but I couldnlt say no. To the hot dogs of barbecue fame, They may have been rough, stale, hollow, and tough, But I swallowed their barks just the same. Ah, one dish was there, but gosh it was rare, The beans, they ruled all supreme, In sauce so serene, or in soup--lonely bean! How well they fulfilled every dream. For the beanery I'm pining, where I long to be dining, For the a la carte service I sigh! And I'd give all I own just to nibble a bone In the lunch room de luxe at Anderson I-Ii. I68l fc! H f fl!! If fi! if yy 1 5 ! K X '-'1m65::TE-..,1--,, New K 1 X .K , Fix XxNf-.. R, X X -. xx X. .N T X, nf X., Rf-1 X X X QAXXX . XX X WEN x N 1 SN BETZ 8: TRAPP Coal and Builders Supplies Beneville and Sutton Ave. Phone Sutton 202 CINCINNATI ATHLETIC GOODS CO. 641 Main Street, Cincinnati, O. Cherry 4768-4769 Clarence Lavery Ethen Allen Boyd B. Chambers Lee Hollerman Charles Franklin, Jr. A Complete Line of Athletic Equipment Compliments Of HENDRENS OIL STATION Salem and Beacon Potato Chips Peanuts and Candy TERRILL COFFELT Woltangel and Bower Rd, Beech 7374R CHERRY GROVE GROCERY Confectionary and Lunch Room Will Appreciate Your Trade and Will Assure You Courteous and Honest Dealings Mrs. Clara Hise 'N W. MACK JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME Woodburn 0475 McMillant BEECHNUT GARDENS Beechmont op. St. Gregory Seminary Chicken and Steak Dinners Sutton 36 GLAZER-WILSON MOTOR CO. Sales FORD Service Forestville R. R. No. 8 Mt. Washington Phone Beechmont 7263 J. H. BLOM PLUMBING 6: HEATING 100 Conway Ave. Phone Beechmont 7713 For The Best in Barbering Come To MAX'S BARBER SHOPPE Forestville, O. ECKERT'S DEPT. STORE 307-311 E. Pearl St. Phone Main 0881 2114-2116 Beechmont Ave. Mt. Washington Phone Beech 7425 Compliments Of MT. WASHINGTON DRY CLEANERS Mt. Washington, O. X -PHONES- X X lx XX RX Upland Pl. Beech 2109-Sutton 535 1 xl Y xf Xl lxf l f x if xx! Q1 l69l 'f,, . -411' '11, ..V' - -- 4 '- 'rn , as ..,.-A W' 2 sJ X X Xxx, -.xy Ardella Blam, 100 Conway Ave., Mt. Washington ....... ..... LEST WE FORGET! Alice Duckett, Ohio Pike, Mt. Washington ................ Russell Guenther, Beacon St., Mt, Washington Eva Johnson, Ohio Pike, Mt. Washington ............. Virginia Knippling, Beacon St., Mt. Washington ......... Helen Merz, Burney Lane, Mt. Washington .......... Edith Nagel, Newtown, Ohio, Routh No. 2 .......... Claude Needles, Newtown, Ohio, Route No. 2 ,..,....... Joseph Sandker, Ohio Pike, Mt. Washington Station Loretta Schneider, Newtown, Ohio, Route No. 2 ......... Martha Silver, Newtown, Ohio, Route No. 2 ..................... ....... Mabel Stinnette, 19 Dyer Ave., Mt. Washington Station ........ ...... . Cortland Smith, Burney Lane, Mt. Washington ....... LeRoy Witschger, Markley Rd., Mt. Washington ........ . THOUGHTS OF A SWEET GIRL GRADUATE It won't be long now till our graduation- Oh gee, I almost wish it were tonight! Say, ma, how do you think a pink carnation Would look upon my evening gown of white? I really must give Lorie Schneider a present Because I think sheis giving one to meg I'll find her something cute-it's so unpleasant. To try to choose a gift-what shall it be? The Senior Prom will be tomorrow night, ma Who's taking me? Why Russell Guenther, I think, Did you say why not go with Roy Witschger, Ma? Why, heck! He is no taller than a chink! To whom should we send out an invitation? 'The Bogarts, the Becks, the Davis, I guess, 1et's see, Uncle John must attend my graduation He always gives the swellest things to me! I s'pose you think Iim very mercenary For one from your years and training just let loose- My mind should be a 'inoble sanctuary," But-I only graduate once, so what's the use? l70l Beech 7713 Sutton 67W Beech 7676.1 Sutton 321.1 Beech 7676.7 Sutton 448 Sutton 303.14 None Sutton 67J Sutton 363.15 Sutton 302.14 Beech 7053M Sutton 60M Beech 7154R 1-1m,E... gil .L'I"" Tiara, I I WOLTER BROS. GENERAL REPAIRING Phone Beechrnont 7137 C. Phone Sutton 405 HORNSCHEMEIER gl SONS Groceries, Meats, Fruits Vegetables, Ice Cream Sz Notion Cor. Beacon and Conway BEAGLE GARAGE Service Is Our First Thought MT. WASHINGTON SUPER SERVICE STATION 2065 Beechmont Ave. Cincinnati, O. Batteries Tires Phone 52 CHERRY GROVE FILLING STATION Cherry Grove, Ohio Sutton 655 COMPLIMENTS Forestville, Ohio OF COMPLIMENTS OF CLASS OF 31 A FRIEND. HYDE PARK DAIRY COMPANY A BOTTLE OF MILK BOTTLE OF HEALTH. MELROSE 1305 Our Plant Always Open for Inspection. ,ZX .f 5 ,f,,,,,fxi I7lJ Mr. Srofe Cto idlerj-Bob, the devil always finds something for idle hands to do. Come up here and let me give you some work. ' Mr. Wright-Is there any connecting link between the animal kingdom and the vege- table kingdom? Virginia-Yes, sir, hash. Raymond, who was sitting next to the very haughty Miss Mason in a crowded train, kept sniffling in a most annoying manner. At last the lady could bear it no longer and turned to the boy, L'Boy, have you got a handkerchief?" she demanded. Ray looked at her for a few seconds and then, in a dignified manner said "Yes I have, but I clon't like to lend it to strangers." Bright Senior Cjust after a nice napl is startled by the bell ringing for the dismissal of the class. "Well, Freshman, come to life and answer that telephone whatch think you're here for-an ornament. Bob Davis-"I have such a dreadful cold in my head this morning. Alice Duckett-"That's better than nothing." Mr. Ellis-"Ever take chloroform?" Jinny Cabsentlyj-No who teaches it?" Bill B.-What are you stopping the car for? Mil-The road book says to turn north and follow the trolley and now we'll have to Wait until one comes along. Little Maxie-Father, you were born in California, you say? Father-Yes, my son. Little M.-And I was born in Indiana? Father-Yes, my son. Little M.-Well, father don't it beat the deuce how we all got together. They say that in our High School That a certain teacher's fine, But oh! If you could only hear Coach Srofe hand out his Ulinef, Mrs. Bath-What is a hypocrite? Jack-A boy who comes to school with a smile on his face. l74l Z Wiz A 25 S, f .X x X K. A N N?2'W12'? W M COMPLIMENTS OF ANDERSON TOWNSHIP P. T. A. Xtkxx X Q Xxx xx Xt, NXb X X N CAF w AX X XS XMXX H X X . 02 K W, W M X XXX R x Rx x xy X Af' V X XT X X? 1 . l'Mk ? X Kfly ,ff L! fy,-ff LQ, fm Axwfx Y U xx XXTXNQ Sm X Sf? 1 1 U51 WM GOODBYE From old Anderson Hi we Seniors go. Our cheeks and eyes are all aglowg We see our goalg and on our lips The parting word with gladness drips, And, too, with sorrow-for we know. We are the grads. A little While We frolicked, studied, learned to smile At everyoneg and now excuse our sigh For Anderson Hi. We fly to still a nobler heightg The ideals we were taught to sight Are clear. For we will reach the top And as we climb, We'll often stop And dream again of our delight At Anderson Hi. It's here we've had the happy school-day parties, And here we've had some stiff assignments, toog Weive had our share of tears and thrills and laughter- Now after four short years, they say we're through. And now it,s time to leave our '4homey" high school To scatter o'er the earth like Wind-blown leaves, And some of us are eager for the venture, And some of us the thought of parting grieves. We're really only ready for the starting In life's intensely fascinating game, Though some of us, with youthful ego laden, Feel ready now to make the Hall of Fame. Experience will teach us many lessons Of things that never could be learned from booksg It sort of takes off all the Hextra cornersi' So that we fit into our proper nooksg Of course, we're eager for our graduation, But still-we feel a tiny twinge of pain That rather takes the edge from our elation-- The thought: 'i'When shall we meet again?" Ashes to ashes Dust to dust If History don't flunk us, English must. l76l Y s XXX 51 M X Q. A xxx K x N. .xx xx x X NQXN j X X Vffw JUDD'S SERVICE STATION R A Complete and Modern Automobile Service for T W You at Reasonable Cost. PHONE EAST 1566 3151 Linwood Road Cincinnati, Ohio For Fine Printing Compliments THE CLERMONT of SUN T Class ' 32 , Batavia, Ohio In Service Since 1828 -A-f' , My-,,z3?L-K gifgfiig 1, U71 ,W ,.,- ,, ,.e.,,,..1..,..--.1 Y' H 78 NX LX X Compliments CLARENCE COWPERTHWAITE FLORIST of Cut Flowers and Floral Designs For All Occasions Ohio Pike and Eight Mile Rd. E' H' MERZ Ph. Beech 7204J -- Cherry Grove Stop At ETZELS SERVICE STATION For Gule Products Candy, Ice Cream, Soft Drinks, Tires, Batteries, Accessories, Cigarettes and Tobacco Dry Run Xi Ohio Pk-Sutton 304W4 MT. WASHINGTON BAKERY A Bakery For Quality K. KENDALL. Prop. Sutton 566 Compliments Of GEO. WITTMEYER DUNN'S GARAGE Lester Dunn K General Auto Repair Work MUELLER'S DEPT. STORE A Full Line of Douglas 8: Ball Bancl Shoes 2061 Beechmont Ave. Phone Sutton 61 DeSoto Plymouth Graham BENNETT MOTOR SALES Cherry Grove, Ohio Beechmont 7490 J. REISER Meats and Groceries We Deliver Salem and Sutton Compliments Phone Sutton 507 Of MR. and MRS. D. B. PHILLIPS F- A- Lang L- R- Gomen MT. WASHINGTON ICE CO. Sutton 140 'Exit KR XQX If It's a Forol Compliments SEE X R. c. AYER R X10 Forestville, Ohio W Qxvx isps Q5 of Beech 7236 'X tw W We Are Agents For XQYQXXX X ATHLETIC Philgas Cook Stoves Q :X g 'QR We Make Big Claims For x R x GOODS Philgas I X Ask The Users Q X Co. HIGHT HARDWARE gl co. X '2 XX XX 2 Mt. Washington XX 1, I e I J x if V Z, ,,Mgf4fj'fx1 1791 I W ffnfjf 1 ' 1 LLLJ YA X x x. X, XX X N xxx iw I E X tw , pf M Fl FAREWELL! Some four years ago we entered the portals of Old Anderson imbued with the desire for greater knowledge. We have reached the goal which we had set before us. But our graduation is only the first milestone on the road to success, for we must not feel satisfied with this simple achievement. We must realize that we are at the starting point of a new race, with our mental life enriched and ex- tended by our four years within the walls of Old Anderson. iWe ,must know that success can come only from high cour- age and perserverance in the tasks that lie before us. We are loathe to leave our dear Alma Mater, but the farewell must be said. Let us, then, say in parting: May the spirit of the Alma Mater with her sheltering wings brood over us and inspire us ever to strive onward and upward. E801 VWW WWW QU? WT? X27 My Ar bg? 3 , K, X Q' 1' Q, 'X CW' . WW Q il i IEQQ ' H Q5 x A ,I Bkf if U gg C I I 1' 4 A X5 I X x ,, , 52 :KV If xi 4 if f f I VA 5 A ' , ' - ,"i,'e4j A . ' . f' . ggi I X 4 L '- . I , " W 4 V . --4---V W--.M 5' ' f 1 , ,,v H ir , J QS X - . ' ' L r fl? 5 , f 2 x '2 . , ' 1 - u K . ,iw - ,.,, N . u G QJ M3 my-WV. SP6 U Q55 J ,353 . 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