Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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Ulibe Qnhersunian VOLUME HL " LM, J ii' Publlshed bv Semm Clas ANDERSON TOVS NSHIP HIGH SCHOOI ForeStx1lle Ohm I 1933 E M Ei 5, U JWQT1 HJ Aw J T Q E ?fEm',34i S.Z15E5.."3f?iii5'EZ1f!b1-3.2m FOREWORD We have not vuitton hue for the present but lather that in aftei xears these pages shall be ieminiscent of oui xears at An derson Into this Annual of 1933 we hate endeaxoied to depict the fleet its mnei life From its pages we hope you will glean some knowledge of the high ideals and standaids of our school and in so doing help to spread its gloiw afai Andeison High has made us one happy eo opeiative family and the Andeisonian will exer keep us so Staff fZ fL?S?ff4f'5?QiE3f4 Page two X f r 1 7' ' 7' ' 7' L . 4' p p 5 ..' -J 3.1 . K 7 , . ' a . .L 1 y w - 4 . v 7 1 ' activities of our schoolg to re- C , . . y I - 1. -' 3 ' 3 . '. V' y 0 ,, - Y, , Y A iff I., , fb - slush sszfa me::1set.'fi2aii7ffn' .. E- ..?z,'ef 'fi.w' .xrafw 'x - f DEDICATIGN Ou1 school 1S now four years old four years of development ln WVh1Cl'l many have flgured There has been one however who durlng thlq tlme has not only alded thls development ln a very materlal Way but has 1n stllled w1th1n us her puplls a Splflt of falr play and a deep and lastxng love and admlratlon for her In grateful appreclatlon of thls flne leader shlp we dedlcate this Andersoman for 1933 to FLORENCE WADE BATH May we never forget her fl19IlClSh1p and counsel Page thzcc 1 . v , 7 . .L . . . . , . , . . . , K' . fr- -" ' .,- -" .,- -" .- -" .. -" ..' -" .-'- v' P' -" V Jn uri? -.Iv:'QQ'.,1Lr':ll5rkLElX58.7'. -.vr',Q!'. ..w,hSL ..nrL-,Z -. I- f H L'1dviEi'2.-1335ii'?.-3!fi3'?,-131213 l 353951 T?-KLQNYU 11 X. CONTENTS Faculty Classes Athletics Urgamzatlons Calendar Snapshots Humor Advertlsements ELQYQQ 2f'if'?.?ii!fi5'.3iZ52f9.!iZiQf'?,l3fiZfQ"?5fLjF"?3v? 223'-'3-7 33 a f C four P 1 f N ff lx AXA X2 YN di? 3-P-gli? f A W' HH ff f' f I fx R54 Wim 1 M KN - f x , - ' Q fi ' ff 1 . ff'.:f'+'. x If Rib ff' ,,VgV"'? 27 J 95 K3 , ,. ' I mi '-3 fi K -Q " -:fff -. 6, - QW gf J .2 X f A . :f f W ', 'J .. N Y 2 ' 15 fu l! fy ! .X .V 'Z 'f ff ff ' y L "x1 - -5 .' "iLs'f Q ,X f l N 4 WXNXL V: Q' ! Q egafssy sw-J? ...I 'P X... FACULTY Robert E Wrlght Superlntendent Plane Geometry Adv CIVICS Florence W Bath Punclpal Latln Algebra and Enghsh M Jay Ellls Asst PI'1I1C1p3l SCIQHCG Manual Arts Hlstory Rosa E Straus Enghsh French Typlng and Jr Bus Tralnlng IVIS Hoy 1ous Algebla Solld Geometry and Engllsh J Gamer Slofe Phys1cal Educatlon Amerlcan H1StO1X Malgalet Coseo Home Economlcs Art Elwabeth Hmes Commerc1al Course Engllsh Elghth Grade Joseph A Justm Instrumental MUSIC IGSSICR C Stelnle Vocal MUSIC Chal les I Brown Phvslcal Educatlon World H1StOTV Mylm H Ross Physlcal Educatlon Jumor Hlgh MZIIOI 19 L Sturm Grades 5th and 6th Phy slcal Educatlon Geolgla D Ayer Penmanshlp Math Geltrude L Addlcott Hlstorv Geoglaphs Eleanol POVSQIS El1gl1Sl'1 and Spellmg Besse B A3 er 4A Elsle Harmon 4B S Catheune Smythe 'ZA M315 Laugh 3B Katheune Et7el 'PA V11 glnld lee Long 2B Helen H Dav1s 1A Leona E Hancock 1B me .1 J- NP- wi- 'E Page sz 1: 7 , tt.. . 0-. O.. lax' I. ' 7 'E ' - . l l'. 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'K ' 2 :N ' T,ff42f i,m,, ff' x o A X 1 fy 'A sf ' ,JL R I ff! ,Alai a 1'-1'. 1'l .LQ 7'1i"57vl-'N?'379-,L' Q I ROBERT E WRIGHT Supermtendent of Schools WllD1lngt0H College B S ln Ed Ohlo State Unlverslty Umverslty of Clnclnnatl FLORENCE W BATH Semor Hlgh Pr1nc1pal and Semor Advlsor Wllmmgton College AB 0h1o State Um verslty Unlverslty of Cmclnnatl WILLIAM BENDER B111 B111 lS quxet, thoughtful, and easy golng He has a remarkable faculty of makmg a few words go a long way 1 2 Batav1a H1 h 3 Baseball Class Play Lantern Staff 4 Baseball Lantern and Annual Staff V1ce Presldent Athletlc Assoclatlon Treas u1er of Debatmg Soc1ety and Class Athletlc Team ESIHER MAE BOGART Bogle She belongs to the famlly of the three Ps Pretty, Pert, and Peppy Esther Mae 1 another reason why Gentlemen Pxefer Blondes 1 lVltl'll0W 2 Glee Club G11l Reserves .3 Glee Club Gul Reserxes 4 lante1n 'md Annual Staff Glrl Re SQIVBS E "1 " Page ezght f ,, Q , V sul -Nw 1 ' 'ul ' O.. .J ,.4 N. x. 0' k X if I .. . 1 1 . . . , I ' " , . i . 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I..' 0,44 uh n '7' ml- Q, L mi- 171 L ?:f22?'TJ7-?Q."'1F, '-'VF QR- Wi' LAWRENCE COYVPE RTHWAITE Larry Larrys gen1al d1spos1t10n makes hlm one of the happlest fellows around Anderson Al wavs Oblllflflg' and acconemodatln He w1ll be greatly mlssed 1 Baseball Basketball Soccer Glee Club 2 Baseball Basketball Soccer Glee Club 3 Baseball Basketball Soccer Pres of H1 Y Glee Club Baseball Basketball, Soccer Sen1or Soft Ball O tot L'1nt rn and Annual Staff ROBERT DAVIS Bob Bob has a heart to resolve a head to con trlve and a hand to execute 1 Glee Club Baseball and Soccer 2 Cass Presldent Glee Club Baseball Basketball and Soccer 3 Class Presldent Glee Club Baseball Basketball Student Senate Class Presxdent Edltor of Annual, Pres: dent H1 Y Basketball Baseball MORRIS DUNN Mocky MOFIIS tends strlctly to hls own affaus but he IS never too busy to lend a helplng hand Soccer Debate Soccer and H1 Y 3 Soccer Basketball and H1 Y 4 Basketball Vlce Presldent H1Y PFBSI gent? ot Debat1ng Club Lantern anl Annual ta WENDFLL ES FELL Dutch To be eff1c1ent, 1n a qulet way that 1S my alm throughout the day Wendell IS an un obtruswe fellow wlth an amlable dlSp0Sll1l0I'l 1 H1Y Basketball Manager Glee Club Soccer 2 Athletxc Assoc1at1on Basketball Managel 3 Soccer Student Senate Class Play 4 Presldent of Scxence Club Annual and Lantern Staff Ef ' 23 Page 'nine . , .., 1 r' . -' ' W .- ' Y -- ' L I -' . u" r--1 w' rw .J..4 0. xy.-4 v. 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A U "1 . 7 .. . , , , 1 - , , y , 1 , .A 1 v . . ll 1! , w'-"' lr'-'f' t4 1 .iQ,g21fW9-'ray-'frvgfgom MAX FIGHTMASTER Schultz If Max smgs hls way through hfe as he sang his way through Anderson he 11 surely be success, for who wouldnt notnce hlm 1 Athletlc Assoclatlon Student Senate 2 Quartet 'Lantern Staff 3 Male Quartet Lantern Stall' 4 Octet Edltor of Lantern Annual Staff Phllamathlan Soclety THOMAS FIGHTMASTER Tom A pleasing personallty and an active 1n terest m many affalrs what more need be sand about "Tom , well known ln dramatlcs 1 Vice President of Class, Glee Club, Ath letlc Assoclatlon 2 Treasurer of Class Soccer, Basketball lee Club Athletlc Assoclatlon 3 Class Secretary Basketball Athletlc As soclatlon Student Senate 4 Class Secretaly Student Senate Phlla mathxan Soclety ESTHER HEINE Es Esther s frlendly smlle and ready sympathy have endeared her to many wlth whom she has come ln contact 1 Basketball Glee Club, Orchestra 2 Basketball Glee Club Orchestla 3 Basketball 4 Girl Reserves Lantern and Annual Staff JAMES HEYWOOD JllTll'l'1y James w1ll leave a, Joke wlth you but he has a SBTIOUS s1de Thls makes a wonderful combmatxon-one that IS rarely possessed 1 2 Roger Bacon 3 Basketball 4 Basketball SCIQHCC Club Lantern and Annual Staff and Soft Ball wa QMJQ. 1 L 3' 1 7 HJ- , J.. ,YL Page ten - .. .. 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B ' B " "1 " ' " ' ' ' '-a www' --we 4' 1- - 1. -A ...ua - X x X 51172 TII:!?1QfVi?Q TI:l4l'9 I X L EDWARD KOEHLER Ed Ed IQ a boy wlth a contmual sunny smlle Never angry nex er out of sorts Who doesn 'f know h1m'7 C lee Club Glee Club Secletarv of Student Senate Lantern and Annual Staff RUBY KUNTZ Plnk Preclous Packages comes m small bundles S0 the old saylng goes It surely holds good or Ruby WlthFOW Glee Club Glee Club Lantern and Annual Staff HAROLD OBEE HO Harold IS a wlllmg and sklllful worker What would the class do wlthout 1tS able Bus1 ness Manager? 1 Pleasantvllle Ohlo 2 Orchestra Quartette 3 Class Treasurer Orchestra H1Y De batlng Club 4 Orchestra Quartette Class Treasurer Busmess Manager of Lantern and Annual Staff Treas H1 Y and Athletlc Assoclatlon HENRIETTA RINDERLE Henrx Even though her deeds are not spectacular, Henrlettas smcerxty and helpfulness are greatly appreclated Glee Club Glee Club Glee Club Glee Club Lantern and Annual Staff 'Vi' n 'QL Q1 L7 ul v Lvgv "'7l'f n Page eleven as v l - - ' ax ' u ' A , ' . lu 1-- l f . 2- w 3-Q ' A . 414- n 'W f ff cz ' ay u ' ' Y' f ' . 1- ' . 2-- . 3- . 41:1 rv if 'fi cc U n 1 . , . . i 7 . ' 1' 1 1 ' 1 ' W 1 9 V v - u xx , . - . . . y Debatmg Club. 1 n -n . , . . 1- . A 2- . l 3- . I 4- Y u n 1 l ' fr-1 " .- ' " .- -1 .-' .- , .- . .' V-,w-I .-- in '- 'T 'A '-955:14 0-MY'31.'.14 --. lisxsda nl 'Elma D. ITNJAQ -. bis--J. 0. 'X!f.' " , ? Page twelve GENEVIEVE SANDKER Jenny Genevieve IS rather shy and unassuming but her sweet nature endears her to all who know her 1 lee Club Girl Reserves 2 Glee Club 3 lrl Reserves 4-Gxrl Reserves, Lantern and Annual Staff MILDRED SCHNEIDER Milly M11ly s good humor and willingness to help a combination which IS made complete by her fine sportsmanship 1 Glee Club, Basketball 2 Glee Club Basketball 3 Basketball 4-Girl Reserve, Lantern and Annual Staff and Basketball JEAN SHELDON 'Shellie True to the Girl Reserves Code, Jean is "ever dependable" and her conversation spark- les with crisp epigramatic wit. We all admire her ability to use the right expression at the right time. 1-Basketball, Glee Club, Latin Club. 2-Basketball, Girl Reserves, Librarian. 3-Basketball, Secretary of Girl Reserves, Vice President of Class. 4-Basketball, Girl Reserves President, Vice greg-ident of Class, "Lantern" and Annual ta . is M ' Q -Q5 - - W L . J'-F' 1 , , xx'-ii: i l l -G , ' . -G1 ' . El Efl Q V X , f- x I, -so 1, - , A 5 ! ' vt 2 a 1aez7e1 fa?uef 1if.:er. : fs. 9 1 X MARY SMITH 'Dlmples Who could help but love thls llttle Mlss ln whom so many pleasmg thmgs are found 1 2 3-Wlthrow 3-Glrl Reserves 4-Glrl Reserves Lantern and Annual Staff F' E GEORGE THOMPSON Sarah Bernhardt When blgger and better wxse cracks ale made George makes them Hls cheelful per sonallty creates many frlends for him 1 Baseball Glee Club 2 Basketball Baseball Glee Club Track 3 Basketball Thesplan Soclety H1Y Or chestra Phxlamathlan Soclety 4 Lantern and Annual Staff H1Y B1 ology Club Phllamathlan Soclety CLIFFORD VON GUNDY Von Nothmg upsets Vons good humor or dls places h1S smlle Hxs lmperturbablllty IS en ned by all 1-Glee Club 3-Debate 4-Debate Lantern and Annual Staff TO OUR TEACHERS Dear teachers we shall ne er forget The lessons you have taught We trust the future may perfect The work your hands have wrought And may they brmg good g1ftS to you These years that swiftly fly And may you kmdly thmk of those Who bld you now GOOD BYE The Semors 1, 1rk!'1Fmk2.1?'E1 7 JI whiff w':?!i'w 1' Page thzrteen af xii l ' If ' ' U ' H ' . ll U ! 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SENICR CLASS HISTORY Class Motto Esse Quam Vldere fTo be lathel than to seeml Class Colors Old Rose Gleell and White Class Flowei Pink Rose In the past four years as we tl od the halls of Anderson carefree and Jog ous we did not think of what would become of us in the future but responsive chord How proud we felt four yeais ago to be able to begin our wo1k in a new school We have the distinction of being the first class to complete all four years of high school education at Anderson On September 9 1929 forty five humble and timid little Freshies started to school but we soon found a staunch friend Miss Straus whose kind and sympathetic nature soon gate us confidence in ourselves yes enough to carry us safely through that most trying ordeal Freshman Initiation Still Miss Straus afl aid to trust us alone went with us through the Sophomore Year Fullv satisfied that we had meted out good for evil to the lncoming Freshman Class we were soon ready for our Junior Year Here we came under the influence of Mr Ellis who safely and economl cally piloted us through this year What member of our class will ever forget our trip to Opaloopa Ala bama'7 Lest you who read this do not understand we are speaking here of our Junior Class Plas Alabama Bound Looking back again near the last of that year we see yaids of crepe paper feet of yellow led green and orange dolls tons of confetti countless cherry blossoms all fashioned into a beautiful fauyland where we banqueted our worthy friends the Seniors of 1932 The fall of 1933 found us back at Anderson quiet and reseived in manner ready for our heavy responsibilities as Seniors and housed in the new addition with Mrs. Bath as our advisor I feel quite sure that could the Seniors of 1932 have watched our close application to duty and our non-argumentative meetings this year they too would hate said Well done we salute you . With Max Fightmaster our artist and Lantern Editor Robert Dax is as our efficient Annual Editor and Harold Obee our two-in-one business manager, we feel that we may modestly boast of our endeavors in the field of Journalism. We Wish to say here that we have greatly enjoyed working with Miss Hines as Lantern Advisor. The last few weeks of a Seniors life usually seems a nightmare of plays, etc., and ours is no exception. W'e are striving on toward that goal of our dreams, Commencement. We shall never forget the kindness and patience of our Superintendent and teachers and the friends we made at Anderson. We shall ever be conscious of the great influence these things have had on us. ' -Ev? .. ..5iJ1L .E-HM P' 7 Y I Page f01U'fCCTL 7 'LF L- V1 .. '.: ' , ' ' ': ' . , K. . , 9 Y now as we are about to step out into the world these thoughts strike a . . u y a ' i ' 7 ! 7 l . l 7 , . , Q . , . , . . , " , - 1 K .L , L I ' , as n ' ' , 4' 5 ' , K, . . . y , . , , , kv L . . . . .N 7 .' 1, ' s 5 I 7 K Q l . , A 3 Y 7 7 ! il 77 3 K 7 1 7 Y .1 VON JIM it JN 'Bn..u.. HENRI 0 i 'LARRY Duvcrl "' 1 -HAROLD I' NXARY QEORQF qs. l 43 GNN ' MAX Tom ffffuc-anne 1 1 J if ffi . . fy V57 , .i 5 I m t I ' V ' as " 9 ' 4' U N if - ' A V ' J ,B , - Q - L e 1 ' . 7 , , QL- Xzx' if at . ,-Pg 5 6 15. W 4: W '-A "gh 4 ' 45, P ff - ff! Y ' "'- . 4 nl U: 'AL , V L ' ara Q 5 ' 5 , ' 'MIL' ' I - . 'J ' ' , ew -X ft A-fl ' ' ' ' 9 . if ,fa ' O I' ' 1' Q . if K W ,,, ' ' x, 'fm . ,II -YAQJ: J 1 ,3,, . ' X' ' -1 1 , , ' , I ' A ' 1 N T' ' 1 . D 8 'Q , . vu -X z , , Al ia K A k is H- H 1 Q 'rl-rf y"'f QQ, f A PAGE FROM MY DIARY Wednesday 8 30 P M May 18 1943 Bon Voyage' Bon Xoyage' Nevei before have these vsords meant as much as they do tonight I barelv seems possible that tomorrow The Fmpress of Japan is leaving San Francisco with me on board O that day in April when I bought my piecious ticket it seemed that May 18 would neser come I am actually going Sometimes I have to pinch myself to believe that I hare received mv ippolntment to the Orient as a Missionary at last Just to thlrk the next tune I vnrlte in my Diaiy I will he fax out on the broad Pacific Thursday 10 30 A M Here I am in my own little state room experiencing the thrill that comes once ln a life time Oh I must tell you about the wonderful surprise I found in a bon voyage lettei sent me by Jean Sheldon, who is now located ln San Francisco as Head Secretary of City Girl Reserves Work During the summer she personally dnects the mountain Jean secretly conceived the idea of having my old classmates at Andel son write me, for as she said I would have several houis in which to think over old times and especiallv are those, passed at Andei son dear to me The first message is from Robert Davis I remember Bob as our class president, always so courteous and thoughtful of others After he graduated from Harvard he entered the field of scientific iesearch and was appointed by President Roosevelt to head a huge Reclamation Project covering all the South Western Section of the U We had always thought of Harold Obee as an ordained Minister, but to our surplus. Harold kept up his interest 1n printing and today he IS Editor 1n Chief of The Chicago Tribune His 6dlt01l3lS on present day events attract world wide attention True to the ideas fostered in his JUUIOI year Thomas Fightmastei s name has been emblazoned ln fiarmg lights along old Broadway night aftei night Yes, our Tom who was known around school as the perfect actor Who has not heard of George Thompsons famous Orchestral Just this last week George has been playing in St Louis Boston and Toronto Max has traveled much smce Giaduatlon and at this time 1S resting for a while in the Alpine Regions of Swltzerland transferring those beautiful mountams to canvas William our piofessor has received his PhD from Oxford England and is fu theilng his study in Latm bv a summer spent ln and around Rome before he accepts hls Chair of Romance Languages at Leland Stanford Umveisity Lawrence has just received national honors in a rose garden contest His palatial home IS at Pasadena, Calif, and he IS in charge of the yearly rose festival held thele James Heywood and Wendell Estell have become lnterested in Sclentlfic Agri culture and are joint owners of a large plantation in Algentlna. Esther Genevieve and Ruby all became nurses. Esther is head nurse at Jewish Hospital Cincinnati' Genevieve at the Good Samaritan and Ruby director of Social Service work in Cincinnati. How I almost enxy these girls in their work of alleviating human suffering. Mary Smith is owner of an elite shop on Michigan Avenue Chicago. Edward Koehler has just been awarded honor by the President of U. S. for his outstanding, fiood relief work in the Mississippi Valley the worst fiood since 1933. Clifford is now professor of Chemistry at Ohio State University and is a possible candidate for State Director of Education. Morris Dunn, the rival of Henry Ford in the automobile industry has just suc- cessfully shown to the world that automobiles can be run on gas manufactured from corn extractions. Esther Mae, that petite little girl is non costume designer for the Fox Motion Picture Production Company in Hollywood. Mildred Schneider just keeps on adding laurels to her crown as the world s most famous woman athlete. She has been instrumental in organizing a National Base- ball Tournament for women. Very seldom do you find a class whose members haxe all made good but I am sure that this determination to succeed was fostered at Dear Old Anderson. The next entry in my diary will be written in Japan. Adieu, Henrietta Rinderle. Page sixteen f ,.. r l5212?5.e'35Zf3Qh..'37.13'I-i..'-5742 'Eff-.1 P " T uviyf X?.geff" I , : . ., , . D . I . .' Y 4' L LH .A V , H n 1 l. A . l . tl I ' n 7 I 'E . I ' .' . . Y Q . A , , : . . ' ' ' ' ' , K . ' . , camp activities for several thousand girls. i . In . . ' . ' r H . ' 9 3' . s. ' . . . -.Cc s . l ' . . . . L - . J D . . 1 , - I Q X Y . ' . . Q . , t . '. ' . , . . . ' ' . , , - Y ! Q Y ! rr ! Y' 7 lv , . 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Alll jf 'll ll2'lX't' 11' it ':.Z2'?w:L-MFE' 9' u s CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT Hear ye all' ffoltunately we wlll not be plesentl W the class of 33 Andelson Hlgh School, f'1ty ol Forestvllle State of Ohlo and fexcuse usb also the County of Hamilton fbelng lllespectlve of what you Ehlllkl sllent of mmd and melnory do hereby make, publlsh and emphatlcally declare thls HISIIUSCTIPIZ to be our last wlll and testament ln propel form, pro and cor hereby revoklng any wlll and wltty O1 unwltty statements made by us We have enjoyed good tlmes, bad t1l'll6S, sometlmes better tlmes sometlmes worse tlmes sometlmes mole QOI'll6tlI'!'A6S less and we posltllely pass on to you leavlng It to your dlscretlon, as you see fit to pay off these lust debts ln full wlth lnterest to our helrs We the Senlor Class of 33 do hereby bequeath, wlthout mallce of fore thought, our numerous POSSCSSIOHS, thlsly thosely, and thenly I Thomas Flghtmaster leave my curly haxr knowlng so many want It to a vote, and no falr Stufflng the ballot I Max Flghtmastel leave my slnglng ablllty to Robert Pltcock Now Bob get your gun and klll the cat I R0b61t DZVIS, bequeath my unusual ablllty to Sklp Study Hall to Rlchard Aubke Dlck you ll need It to get out an annual Start Early' I Lawrence Cowperthwalte leave my athletlc ablllty to our next wolld s champlon I Harold Obee leave my OIIICQ as Treasurer of Senlor Athletlc and Club funds to the Junlor carrylng the flatest pocketbook It can help a lot I George Thompson leave mv muslcal lhSD1I'3t10Y'l to my successor Cwhoever 'le or she may bel tOgeth9l Wlth my best wlshes f01 success I Edward Koehlel leave my fondness for the growlng of my moustachlo to a better man than I 'mm fGer.1ld Rathl I James Heywood havlng already bequeath my wlttlclsms to Eddy Cantor, have nothlng more left of the Worldlv goods but my fondness fO1 the ladles ald I am going to hang on to that to the end By Gosh' I Wllllam Bendel, hereby bequeath my bashfulness and shyness to INV esteemed frlend and assoclate Bonny Cady together with my hope that someone ln my honored class does the same as I She needs lt and grow Ive always envled the sunflower ln oul back yard What glows faster than lt'7 I Jean Sheldon bequeath the presldency of the Glrl Reserves to my successor that she may carry on the great work, always trylng as I have, to make It greater each day I the nolsy bolsterous Genevleve Sandkel bequeath my sometlmes crlmson com plexlon to the entlre class of 34 to have and to hold and to use as they see fit I Mlldred Schnelder bequeath my good fortune fbasketball game between Cole ram and Andersonl to the team member the foul the catch the throw , 'the one polnt ahead"'7 Go to It team' Wln the next tournament I Cllfford Von Gundy bequeath my enormous avolrdupols IH tlust to be bestowed on the first underwelght baby elephant wlth the Balnum and Bailey Clrcus I Henlletta Rmderle bemg extremely fond of typewrltels pads pencll short hand and dlctatlon, must ask to be allowed to cllng to them awhlle, and have nothlng to offer except my slncere wlshes and hopes f0l a gleater class ln 34 I Maly Smlth Maly Mau qulte contrarv chew, chevs chew though leluctantly, a tefniy vseensv P1906 of gum to Maly Dolan, who IS solely ln need of a stlmulant ln Eng IS I MOIIIS Dunn bequeath mv fondne s fOl having my plctule taken to Harold SIINET, whose poslng. IS pal excellence ltself I Wendell Estell bequeath the thou and GICLIOIILII les I hale svxalloued to I-Iovs ald Inglam that he mlght extrlcate the same I Esthel Helne leave my recltlng abllltv to Evelyn Grober to use at her d1SClL tlon I Esther Mae Bogalt bequeath to each and every one of you my smlle to be used on each 0th6l to smooth the llttle lough places ln llfe whlch come to us all Page clghfeen r -so 35' U" 1 U" s "' 0.x ' I 0,5 l l,, O ' rl LLL! . ' ' " ' ., e, . ' , I' . . A . , . , 5' . . ' . ' . . ' ' - Y .. - . y 1 1, ' ' ' 1 I - . . I - . I . - ' L, 4 - y Q 1 , N V , 1 . Q ,- . . , , ' . . . , I I , - , . Y 7 -i ' ' -t , . ' 2 . . Y . . . ' , ' . , . . , . . Y I ' ! I ' 3 7 . ' 1 7 . ' 1 Y I . K ' v ., , n , I . ' , 1 . , . ' 1 I I u A I , 4 . S 5 I . I, Ruby Kuntz, leave with everyone a hope that I will some day grow and grow Y ' ' , . . 7 7 y . y . , . 3 . . - ' ' 3 ll 97 ! 7 ' l v 1 " ' ll? Y! ll 77 If Y! K f . . , , Y 7 I , :. Q . y . . . 1 1 y . 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BIQQQ. ..vn'i,- 12 -, '-- lf 3 f 7 7 f 7 gf wJ' su P u:L!fJ4 To the Junror Class the Serrrors do bequeath our cherrshed possessrons such as erasers and chewrng gum under the seats We also leave successful busmess careers our untrrrng efforts to meet all classes promptly and our abrlrty to haxe fr perfect attendance We the Senrors lease our splendro example ot a model class to the Sophomores so that they may grow to be becomrng ind grracrous Junrors To the Freshman Class we leave the thrrll ot some day becomrng Seniors and also our abrlrty to talk as we Senrors have drsplrxed on the debatrng, te uns To the Ergzhth Grade our best reputatrons rn all our studres 'rnd good rmpres srons left on our teachers To the Sex enth Grade our srncere sympathy of the vears work rhead of them To the Athlctre Assocratlon we wrll all old b'1lls marbles and other equrpment th rt varrous teachers haxe collected dulrng the current year We do hereby bequeath to the lrbrary all our worn books and frayed mag rzrncs to swell the number for crrculatron We the Senror Class of 33 do hereby wrll to the Faculty the follovsrng 'rrtrcles Mrs Bath our rncere wrshes that she may sometrme drscoxer poetrc tendency rn Senrors Mrs Struke all the old sxeaters owned bv Senrors so that she may use the Xarn rn her rext rears knrttrng class To Mr Srofe Max s abrlrts to tap ounce Can he make rt" To Mr Ellrs an extra bell of 40 mrnutes duratron for extemporaneous publrc speal-'mg To Mrss Straus our hopes that she may have '1 larer and more brrllr mt French II Class To Mrss Hovrous two or three rnehes of George Thompson s herghth To Mrss Hrnes by special per mrssron of Clrffor d Von Gundy hrs tan lrpper Jreket rn order that her shorthand class may have vfrrrety rn the cornrng' ye rr To Mr Ross Brll Bender s love for rrrplanes so that Mr Ross mry make the To Mrss Sturm our aesthetre art and gracetulness to use on her urrderclfrssmen rn gym for folk dancrnr, To Mr Justm the controllrnr, stock rn Scotland X rd for rs r dctectrve fr tournaments he cant be heat' To Mrss Sternle twenty statronarg. pr'rnos I To Mrss Coseo our premrums on rnsurfrnce polrcres as 1 safe guard for future osses To Mr Wrreht all old cars co trade rn on new models such rs Burelss Fords Ply mouths and Chevrolets To Mr Brown a small amount of money that urll see hrm through a correspon dence course rn home economrcs We the Qenror Class do most srncerelv bequeath the Faculty our apprecrfltron anl thanks for therr splendrd and untrrlnrr efforts and all mformatron thev may have gleaned from our exam papers We leave to the School rncrefr rn honor rnd glory together wrth our fondest memorres love and esteem Vte do hereby make constrtute and appornt Vlr Robert E Vlrrght to be the exe cutor of thrs our last wrll and testament In witness whereof vue the class of ll the testators aboxe n'1mcd have here unto subscrrbed our name and affrvred our seal thrs the erghth day ot May rn the rear of Our Lord One thousrnd nrne hundred and thrrtw three Class of '33 lSeall Srgned sealed publrshed and declared by the rbowe class ot thrrtv three a then last urll and testament rn thc pre ence of us who hate herernto subscrrbed our names at therr request as mtnrsses thereunto rn the presence of s'rrd tcstrtors ard of each other Florence W Bath Flrrrbeth F Hmcs NI lax Ellrs I Garner Srofc T WEP' 7' 2' I age umeteerz ff ' c 7 X, ' H v' ' . -. 1" - 1-' - X415 , X -133 I ' ':, ' '. .- , , . ' , K Q Y -4 1 r t , v y C - Q , '.', " .'1 V ls 1 1 y 1' ' 1 ' ' 0 ' . , . . , : ' r , ' ' 4' z j f 2 . 7 . , . ,S i - . A. , L , I , 1 1 ' . - 7 1 1 Y K 1 A s V C 1 ' si ' C S, 5 l ' Z . .. , . .. ' ' 1 1 1 3 G 2 rx ' . v . ' 1' . ' . , . ., 1 . . .. , c . . . 1 , . , ' . . 1 . , , . . , V , . . . , v1 . v Y . I V 1 ,q . . . . . , . U' 1 . . . , . - . A y . L S C . . 3 . . . , . q . . , J ' rr ' , U ' 1 - 1 ' . ' .. 1 1 1 ' - ' z '. 1 ' J 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 . . ., 1 , , . 1 . . . , 1 trrp from Lebanon to Forestvrlle rn a shorter' length ot trme. A ' 5. . y . lv ', ,.. .,' ,S x 1 -.iss ' . . ' ,-I ' 1 ' s ' 5' . ' 1 1 1 1 ' O- . , - Af . C a , .. 1 r r 1 c v 1 n 7 L y V 4 ' ' Y C 1.1 . , ' r' '1 ' ' . , , c I - 1 ' ' 1 I . . v - ' i X Q . , 1 . , - 1 ul . , . . . , . . , ., ' r , . 1 , .- .' . ' , . . . - . , , , , , ., ' . , .1 Q ' , ' ' ' ' 1 t . H . b. . . A I - , , , K Q X A , Z , .I . . . , . ' . ' ' . . r .' , - , . , r . . . Y . . L. Q 1' 1 . 1 1 ' 7' 1 . 1 1 1 1 ' . . . 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A , '1 lr 1 L' 1 1 1 A , , l , . l3'437"fBf'?f3ZT""i'..3f?1i'1"..3fL3.2 + , ,.3v.Zf33""f3v?fif3-'3"?12!7:1'..33:Zu n JUNIOR CLASS R1chard Aubke Robert Bell Harold Sllver Mary H Struke Betty Ahlers Rlchard Aubke Mlldred Balley Betty Beck Robert Bell Helen Blrklev Charlotte Bremman Vlolet Brumagen Margaret Burnes Ruth Clark Lols Cross Mary Dolan Evelyn Grober Jack HHIHGS Howard Ingram Marjorle Jaderlund Vera Kerstlng Ralph Koester Rosemarv Llnder Wxlllam Ludlow Charles Maseex Alma Oetelholtz Presldent Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Advlsor Thelma Peak Ramon Plckelhelmer Robert Pltcock Gerald Rath D01 othy Rollng Chadwlck Ruqk Helen Schnelder Harold Sllver Pearl Steffen Helen Wagner Mlldred Wolfangel P?13?glfQt'?.BZ1 .f?f3"5'i3f" SES'-'3E!f31"5'3'f?f3?'ii3ff?f3iS'3jf32 Page twen ty -1 X ,. v If 'NJ ' ' 'P"' 'R 7' ' 7' ' 7 l . ' 'f " ' 'P ' ? A Y- . - A YA f , . , - ... 4.- ,.. V g y ' ,L M I -Q4 g . xv . , . Helen Wagner ............,. .........,............... . .. . . . . L Y I . L . .4 . .... . f ' ' - ,,g' as ' - ..4. ..... up I -' 'I I I ' I 'IIIIIQSIIIIIIIII-ffl VL ar, I .1-.. 1 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY 'We entered dear old Anderson as Freshres ae rs the custom of all renow nd people full of wonderful expect rtrons of royous trmea and glor rous prryrleges Soon how eyer these great hopes were blown to brts by the wfry rn whrch we were treated those frrst few tryrng weeks We took our medrcrne shakrlx but bravely and thereafter we were treated wrth more reepect We were gurcled through that frtful and fateful year by thc steady hand of our sponsor the beloyed Mrs Struke Agarn we were back at the portals of Anderson under the superyrs ron of Mrss Straus although thrs trme we were not full of blrnd rntrcr patrons Our experrences the prevrous year had taught us much We had one great consolatron for all the burdens prled upon us when we were Freshres Although we could not garn yengeance on the clase that rn rtrated ue we were able to lay rt on those green green Freshres Ha and drd we? There were othcr erccrtrng trmes rn that good old Sophomore year too numerous to rnentron and rt was wrth a deep regret that we aaw thrs year come to 1 close for these we are sure were some of the happrest days of our Irx es Oh well rll good thrngs must hive an endrng Once more wc arc b rck to trkc up thc dutres of Junrors wrth Mrs Struke our sponsor agrrn and to prcp rrc ourscly es for the comrng ordeal the Irfe of 1 Senror Oh boy wh tt a lrfc' Of course the Senrors have therr trrals rnd troublcs but wc thrnk wc shrll bc qurlrfred to trke up the varrous dutres of ,r Senror by the frnrsh of our Junror year One of the brggest rnd most formal rffarrs of hrgh school lrfe takes place under the superxrsron of thc Junrors the Jr Sr banquet We are alao stag rng What about Betty drrccted by Mrs Struke wrth the followrng cast Wrllr rm Gray son Nlargrr et Gr ry son Nlrllrcent Gr xx son Joshua Brng I cttw lamcs Grlford Icntly I rllrrn Clrf ord C h rrles C lrfford I enor 1 Bl rckstonc ll rrrc Blackstone D rx rd Stodd rr d Howard Ingram Lors Cr oes Ver 1 Kerstrng Robert Prtcock Thelma Peak Ch rrles Mrssey Robert Bell Pearl Steffen Rmron Prckelhcrmer Nlar rorre lrderlund I rolet brum rgen C h rdwrck Rusk 5' f f' J 1 N IX Inq: fzvfrrly mfr 7 . , .1 . 1 -1 ' 1 1 '1 1 I . . ., I 1 1 1 I ' -1 ' 1 ' .- , , c I U I K. ., Y , , , Q, A, . . 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'I -fp-9 2 po-W lr g I "1I f 1 zz .. fafraf 5 , w aww- as If 'I .-A I ' I 1 - if SCPI-IOMCRE CLASS Harold Nordyke Eugene Slmon Vice Presldent John Bell Albert Lederer Rosa E Straus M J Ellis Betty Jane Ayer Edna Bauer John Bell Bonnie Cady Violet Chlpman Donald Davis Charles Duckett Edward Fischer Robert Fox Janice Geyer I orraine Guenther Mildred Hansmann Gladys Hawkins Robert Hess Helena Hicks Bernice Hovsland Y w 77 wk J Page 114011131-filo Luella Judd Raymond Kabel Thelma Knippllng Robert Koehler Marie Kyle Albert Lederer Martha Leuser Virginia Lee I ike Raymond Marlenthal Allen Martin Robelt McArthur Collin Mitchell Harold Nordyke Elizabeth Riggs hsthei Schneider Naomi Schneider Secretary Treasurer Advisors Eugene Simon Harry Smith Robert Snyder Esther Sparrow Franklyn Stephenson Thos. Terwilleger Virginia Thompson Gladys Vogelsang James Wagner Kathryn Walls Thelma Watson Elizabeth Wernsing William Wessling Robert White Norman Wolfer Helen Wuerdemann J' 7' . , 7 , ff 15 l 'E1"'1..-,Q az --.mea gizazf it A If ' if ' TW' L 1 J gt President X2?W,2?Wi2?W+W gp W?u+W?tJWfmLW9 mem4ren5Um-owm4mwgQwwwQ Q' FRESHMAN CLASS Presldent Goerge K6FSt1Hg Freder1ck Vlelhauer Genevee Brandt Vlce Presldent Secretary Treasurer Rhoda Massey Ivls Hovlous J Garner Srofe Aubke Baker Blrkley B1oomf1eld Brandt Colhns Dunn Dunn Faske Flscher Fox Fulkerson Guenther Hauke Heywood Hoobler Hornschmeler Howland Hundemer Hurley Jackson Keenan Kerstlng ggomccwummmrnxmwmwmgwgm Koester Kohl Longbottom Macke Maddux Massey Mathews Meyers McMullen McMullen Mlllard Motzer Mudersbach Mudersbach Nash Perry Peters Plueddeman Rlchardson Rlchardson Rlchardson RlggS Rusk I1 Urmmg4UUmHwQrm Advlsors Schnelder Scott Semor Shepard Slmpson Sonnycalf Stamper Strmgfleld Strlngfleld Sutter Terwllleger Vlelhauer Von Gundy Wenhusen I Whlte mswwmr Wllson Wlttmeyer Wolfangel Wolfer Wymer Young E 3 3 ff ll Page twenty three f -1-xX 1 X 1 f , Q A 'V'-'----All.---'-'---'.I---"-...---'.'-----4---- I , . .,......,...,............ . . . Q ' n . . . . Pg I c . . . . . . ' 77' ' " 7' " ' W 1' ' v' . ,A A, V A 1 , ,ff 0. 1 -- H. A Xena . sm'-is 4 1' fzwzr '32, 1 'a-Zuzarfa 1 :NH 11234 EIGHTH GRADE CLASS SEVENTH GRADE CLASS '41 f Q '4ruiV3f5 'I-uJf'f'iruf-4 FRTJ fifwfif , Pnqr' fzwnfy fozu p1s1 xx.J ', 415- 'ri "" 'T' 3, "S" "'- 'f -Y 11. - ',L.' ---I .L --2.. gf ,..' .,..j,1' .Ag-1' A,L,4-M i - -, f . ,,....,. W A f VI' f ' 1 1 :Jim """ .MA K. S -.QM ff' . , . ',1f"',F1'f',. .,. i- Su: M 3.1 llfq V7 If, " V7 "I I 'Q' T If 'flf' T 'I . 77 " T' PZ' ' JZ 1, A, -,- ,M,.p,- . , 1. . .r'- f ,f . .rx . . .. - . ,- - S. -, .,.. ..,,,. .... ,.. . ,,.. - MXN U W2 :fx W , K fx N ZX X 2 'fig fy 1 Q3 ,L-lx K ,W ffsp 1 """4f3a P Eg ? 'M1 s F5764 ATHLETICS f7 ' H. ., I f B5 f 1 gi-T g jj X f :X I' V xx 2? Q X I . h Ilya, IIN '-,ji iff? I ' f -- A . A r ,f ,- ff 1 X ' X x Z - : Af , X ! ,A Y N CV I' z XX 1,11 warg .li xy.. , ' , Vx ,fl I I, x 1 G .L 'f Jf' 1 v 'f f 'Z' '4- f" V ' fx -- 9 Y f 411 'jyf 1 -47 J 5. f LY fjf 0 -I .. rx. j i fi. X ,IS V ix X! 'K 7,3--,A K" V H f fx K X tg Xu? X' I, 17 ., 4 I 13 V-5 ?-:!f?5"'XfN XBTTX .1 f W BUYS BASKETBALL Davld Rlchardson Franklyn Stephenson James Heywood Robert Bell Rlchard Aubke MOFFIS Dunn Robert Davls Thomas Terwllleger John Bell Lawrence Cowperthwalte Fred Vlelhauer J Garner Srofe CCoachJ Clnsertj George Kerstmg Robert Ludlow fMgrJ SCORES Anderson Fellclty Anderson Terrace Park Anderson Bethel Anderson St Bernard Anderson Madelra Anderson Sycamore Anderson Loveland Anderson Amella Anderson Loveland Anderson St Bernard Anderson Bethel Andel son Amella Anderson Sycamore 'Anderson Madelra fTourneyj 'FAnderson 16 Terrace Park CTourneyJ "' Tournament at Terrace Park QEEEEMZEEEDETEEUZEEHQ " P TW! "93P Page fwenfgl szx 'TF' Q-4 or L S l 7 Anderson ...........,...........,...,............ 18 Madeira ........................................ 9 ' ...,..............,...,.........,,...... 21 ' ,.....,,.........,......,,,.,,,.,,...,,,,, 22 BOYS BASKETBALL It was with some uncertainty and doubt that the 1932-33 season was opened for of the players from last years squad all but one were lost by graduation Twenty men reported to the first call for practice md out ot that number eleyen were chosen Dayrs J Bell B Bell Cowperthwarte Hey wood Dunn Stephenson Ter wllleger Kersting Vrelhauer and Rich ardson Davis guard for the Comets play ed a Wonder ful game with B Bell and J Bell alternating at the other guard post Terwllleger played a great game at center with Cowperthwarte and Heywood helping out at the for ward posts Kerstlng a freshman showed up well and is rated as a good prospect for three more years At the end of the season Anderson had chalked up to its glory frye wins Of the nine defeats five of the games were lost by a one point margrn Those receiving awards at the Athletic Banquet included Cowperth warte Davis Terwrlleger Heywood J Bell R Bell Stephenson Ixer sting and R Ludlow Manager Those receiving numerals included Vrel hauer Richardson R Aubke and M Dunn GIRLS BASKETBALL Late in the month of October Mr Brown gave the first call for try outs for the girls basketball team About ten girls from last year s team reported also a large number of other girls who were interested and wanted to learn the game After three or four practlces Mr Brown forced to drop three of them from the squad as we were only permitted to have twelve members We regretted very much to lose these members as they were an lmportant factor rn the success of the main scorrng machlne and they helped to develop a varsity team that was a match to Anderson s strongest opponents The Comets won eleven games out of fourteen and scored 425 points to their opponents 279 The letter glrls of the season are Jean Sheldon fCaptJ Edna Bauer Lois Cross Lorralne Guenther Ruth Ilhardt Thelma Knrpplrng Esther Schneider Helen Schnelder Mildred Schneider and Evelyn Sonny ca We wish to thank Mr Brown our coach for his splendrd rnstr uctron and much tried patience and Maryorre Jaderlund our man rger for her co operatlon We hope that success rs in store for them next year I qv In nfy sr: A Q L X, 7 n Y Y h Al . ' 1 Y C , I N 7 Y 5, ' ! ' v Y I . A L . 2 , . Q, 7 1 g A : 7.kw, ' , - , X 1 v . , 7- V 1 y ll v I ' 1 V I 1 J I ' ' , .', J ' c . . . A ' , , Y V .s l - 1 K -K ' , . ' y v. . . , . A 1 . l 9 l 9 . r v - y ' r ! 7 ' , . , '. I c ' - ! 7 ' 7 ' ' 3 . , n. . Q - - 1 ' , s y ' . . n - l , 1 selected fifteen girls to compose the squad for the season, soon we were il 7 77 xc U - Y 1 ' ' . : , . . , f I 1 ' ! ! ' S 7 ' ' 1 ', , I ' r v v- lf. 7 rx ' Y ' v 1 ' ' Y - . ' . , . . . I 1 . 9 ' I Z Sy S ' . c . ,'. l. I .' ' , v' 4 , '11, 'P -,' ' 'FH 32133.-F,5hQ'?.l'L3f?7iZ?'y'.5P1i !393' L ' GIRLS BASKETBALL Bernlce Dunn Jean Sheldon fCaptD Evelyn Sonnycalf V1rg1n1a Thompson Lorraine Guenther Thelma Knlppllng Mlldred Schnelder Edna Bauer Marjorle Jaderlund CMgrJ Lo1s Cross Ruth Ilhardt Helen Schnelder Esther Schnelder M1 Brown fCoachJ SCORES Andel son Fel1c1ty Terrace Park Anderson Bethel Anderson County Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Andel son Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Tournament St Bernard Made1ra Sycamore Madexra Ameha Loveland St Bernal d Bethel Amel1a Sycamore Anderson 16 Colera1n At Terrace Park Andel son 10 St Berna1d At Andelson Hifi? W?fiIB'33f433Y'3f? 1833? QTYQZQYELQYEZQTYELE Page lwenfu ezghf 7 ' ..................,..................... 35 ' ' ......................,................. 15 Loveland ' .,............................,........, 18 ' ....... w 'V---.4---.-,- ' -------.-----.'--- - ,V..-.'..--,..-4 . . .-...--.-- 1 ,AAT-'x, A'T,LM'-LA-,'.L.-.TQ -'vnkg'-Av',AM' -'fi' ,lbs r 1. -Af' 1 , ,I ' F bf xi", .,A1:VA,i,x: iv ,-1 'Z 'x'.. . rl. JUNKDR tHCHl BASKETBALL The Junror Hrgh season s schedule closed wrth Nladerra rt M rderra on Februfrrx 9 The orange and black agaln came out on the long end of the score to add the frnal touch to thrs xerr s record Scores Poxs Anderson 20 Maderr 1 fl Grrls Anderson 2 Nladerra 1 No wonder we ue proud of both teams In the tournament plax ed at St Bernard on Februarx 16 14 md 18 thc grrls won from Tavlor 31 to 9 and tred St Bernard 15 to 15 It was decrded to shoot free throws to see w ho would bc the wrnner md Ander bon lost bx one throw The boxs also won then frrst grme from blue Ash 22 to 10 but lost to St Bernard 1 to 14 the next d L1 From 'rll commcnts both groups plat cd well and we are werx proud of them SOFT BALL last fall rnstead of plavrng soccer rt was decrded to play rrrtramural soft ball Coach Srofe organrfed frve terms rncludrng the four grades ot the Hrgh School and Junror Hrgh Fach team plax ed srfc games one erclr week The Senror team won rll srx of rts grmes therefore Wrnnrng the champronshrp One of the greatcst upsets of the season wrs the Iunror Class team berng defeated bv the Junror Hrgh The Junror Hrgh team looked pretts good when classed agalnst the Hrgh School The Scnrors plax ed a post season game agarnst 1 prcked squad from the school and were defeated by one run Soft ball aroused more enthusrasm than am fall sport srnce the be grnnrng of the school More luck to rt BASEBALL March 27 rssued the frrst call for Baseball About erghteen men reported for practrce and the prospects are good The regular season opens on Nlax 6th wrth Nladerra as the frr st 11ct1m Coach Srofe rs work mg hard w rth hrs prospects and rs showrng them a few pornts of the game TRACK TEAM Coach Brown has called the frrst practrce of the track team Thr wrll be the frrst team that Anderson has had Thex are preparrng for the Hamrlton Countx Tr rck Nleet to be run rt Carthagc Farr Crounds Sexeral boxs th rt rm rn the lfrst xears meet rrc out and workrng hard The prospects look good Wrth plcntx of work the team wrll be readx for sexeral prrfes rt thc mcct Fach xear rn the tuture we are expectrng a better track tcxm Lots of luck to rt ,716 35' 17515 Izuc fr crlly nz 6 l , 1 1 , 1 5' Q 4 A 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 . 1 7 1 1' 4 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 A A A A A C C -1 v 1 I . 14 - C l Q C , 1 Q 4 . 4 A 1 v 1, v 1 1 1 1 0 r 1 . . . . 2 . . 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LANTERN AND ANDERSONIAN STAFFS Name William Bender Esther Mae Bogart Larry Covvperthwaite Robert Davis Morris Dunn Wendell Estell Max Fightmaster Thomas Fightmaster Esther Heine James Heywood Edward Koehler Ruby Kuntz Harold Obee Henrietta Rinderle Genevieve Sandker Mildred Schneider Jean Sheldon Mary Smith George Thompson Clifford Von Gundy Faculty Sponsor Richard Aubke Marjorie Jaderland Lantern Circulation Dep t Jokes Boy s Sports Advertising Mgr Exchange Dep t Alumnl Fdltol Editor in Chief Advertising Dep t. Poets Corner Jokes Editor Advertising Dep t. Poetry Dep t. Business Mgr. P. T. A. Reporter Exchange Editor Girls' Sports School Notes Circulation Jokes Dep't. Jokes Dep't. Elizabeth E. Hines Associate Editor Junior Representative Annual Circulation Mgr Class Will Sports Editor Editor ln Chief Advel t1s1ng Dep t Advei tlsing Dep t Alt Editor Advertising Mgr. Class History Picture Editor Advertising Dep t. Literary Dep t. Business Mgr. Prophecy Poetry and Jokes Ed Sports Editor Assistant Editor Society Editor Advertising Dep't. Picture Dep't. Florence W. Bath Lantern Reporters: E. Grober, E. Riggs, G. Brandt and M. Martin W Q'x2Q9fi?Si?iQY.32ZfQi'3Qlg?53Y.3i44i??l6i??Q4?1?Z"d5fPd Page thirty-two Xu'kf2?u'fk,?ff uit' DEBATING SOCIETY Member of State Hlgh School Debating League Morrls Dunn Presldent Thelma Watson Secretary Vera Kerstmg Helen Wagner Managers Questlon for 1933 Resolved that at least one half of all state and local revenues should be derlved from sources other than tanglble property AFFIRMATIVE TEAM NEGATIVE TEAM Harold Obee Wllham Bender Max Flghtmaster Raymond Marlenthal Ralph Koester Thomas Flghtmaster Chfford Von Gundy Jack Halnes SCHOOLS DEBATED Osborn Wllllamsburg Mlddleton Washlngton Court House Lockland Purcell Fmanced by the talkmg plcture Rebecca of Sunny Brook Farm 1i'u'-1i'Er'- 'FTM' fwrk w'-li' 742 Page thzrty three v" TF' c' F' 0' F' U' do l , cc- - N 45 uf' William Bender ,..,...................,..........,............... Treasurer , ........................ Cl ' - n ' ' ' J YY '- rg! 'v ix.:4.4 '-. rim.-c ' V W Y! 4 U.- rs. Q , U.. W , v.. T 0. 1 0 , A ,-1' HIY Puipose To create maintain and extend thioughout the school and community high standards of Chiistian charactei OFFICERS Robert Davis Pl9S1d6I'lt Morris Dunn Vice Piesident Harold Obee Sec-ietary T1 easurer J. Garner Srofe ..,.................,..,,.,,........................ Advisor The Anderson Twp. Hi-Y club has had a very successful year and we ale of the opinion that we can iightly be pioud of ou1 accomplish- ments durmg the past school term. Our meetings have been full of in- teiesting discussions ably conducted by our president Mr. Srofe and various members of the club This is the first year we have had a ca- pacity membership of fifteen members since the beginning of the club in nineteen thirty The following are members of the club: Lawrence Cow- peithwaite George Thompson Charles Massey Richard Aubke John Bell Robert Bell Franklyn Stephenson Harold Nordy ke Chadwick Rusk Al- bert Lederer Collin Mitchell Robert White. Q2,QT'3QP ' 3533" v,J:Q?!ffIv'-5"'f Page thirty-four ff-RPA-M " Q5 V ,J l , - .7 - - ,- -- ,Ii ,9 '39 '3' if I ' .. , MJ A T" I , 5 ,fs Y 6 K , 1, , 1 , , .U f I ,JA 1-gf'-Q-W -aw V -.,,w"' ,A wr. Q r 1 0 . . 1 ' 1 1 . a . . . - y . . . - 1 . . 1 1 . . . . 1 . 4 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 1 , -1 n . " ' F' U -' l ,I g ., T u s, , u s H5 I X Qi. 2 GIRL RESERVES Slogan To face l1fe squarely Purpose To flnd and g1V6 the best Servlce Work Forty s1x famllles were cared for at Chrlstmas t1me through the Whlte Glft Program Sales of basketball season tlckets Flood rellef Thlrty dolls were dressed and sent to poor k1dd1es Squad Work was the program carrled out thls year All squ ld lead ers are hlghly commended for thelr support Year s ACt1V1tl6S H1 Y G1rl Reserve Hike H1 Y G1rl Reserve Hayrlde Sprmg Dance Recognltlon Servlce and Mother Daughter Luncheon Representatlves attended Inter Club Councll meetmgs at Y Jean Sheldon Presldent MarJor1e Jaderlund Vlce Presldent Betty Ahlers Treasurer Mrs Bath Advlsor 'Vfw'-9'f3'wJ- 1i'w'-!'!S'w'- Tv'-'7'l3"5J 'P J-"lift ' Wi' Page thu ty fwe 1 ' ' . z - , . .. . Luella Judd .....................,,................,...........,.... Secretary "'P-' -" "'r-- -" 'P-1 r' f',w- v' ,v .-' ",- .-' v 3- r fr- Q' ' SX X.2.f ORCHESTRA The orchestra IS much larger thls year than last Several of the puplls who were mstructed 1n classes last year by Mr Justm are members of the orchestra th1S year Several members haxe come 1nto the orchestra from other schools The presldent of th1S orgamzatlon 1S Luella Judd the secretary Kathryn Walls Mr Justln the Dlrector has played dxfferent lnstruments ln the assemblles Several of these lnstruments are unusual ones Mr Jus t1n has mentloned orgamzmg a drum corps but due to the length of the remalmng school year thls organlzatlon w1l1 probably not be started untll next September Clarmets Harold Obee Arthur Wlnk Cornet Ralph Koester Harold Sllver Rlchard Staub James Wolfangel Drums Collln Mltchell French Horn Jack K1FkSmlth Robert Tyler Tuba Robert Whlte Vlollns Luella Judd Phoebe Myers VlOl8t Chlpman Everett Mudersbach Robert P1tCOCk Ralph Koester LOIS Cross Howard Ingram Kathryn Walls Carl Wolfangel Roger Wolfangel Saxophones Paul Kabel Evelyn Mudersbach Ramon Plckelhelmer w '42 ,H-'P Qu '- P J- 27 ' Page thwty szx S l JOSEPH A. JUSTIN, Director Q,1'i3'g'1 1 IQf5.,9l JFwJ-wav' r " iifel CLEE CLUB AND CCTET JESSICA C STEIN LE Dlrector The Anderson G1rls Glee Club has been maklng a name for ltS6lf IH the past year The club sang for the Sophomore assembly on March 10 and the H3m1ltOn County Teachers Meetmg at Memorlal Hall on March 11 They competed wlth the other choruses of the county at Memorlal Hall on Aprll 22 and agaln sang at the G1rl Reserve Recogmtlon Servlce 1n May First Sopranos Betty Ayer Mlldred Balley Bernlce Dunn Vlrglnla Llke Lorralne Guenther Thelma Keenan Kathlyn Koester Geneva M111 ard Ellzabeth R1ggS Mlldred RlggS Naoml Schnelder VlTglH13, Thomp son Kathryn Walls and Imelda Whlte Second Sopranos Lo1s Cross Janlce Geyer Bernlce Howland Luella Judd Thelma Kmppllng Esther Sparrow Wllma Sutter Ehzabeth Wern slng Altos Henrletta Rmderle and Gladys Vogelsang Then do not forget the male octet Do you remember when they sang at the Sophomore party, and P T A 'P They are a smoothly run nlng, stralght elght Fxrst Tenors' Max Flghtmaster and Lawrence Cowperthwalte. Second Tenors Collln Mltchell and Robert Bell Flrst Bassos. Albert Lederer and Robert Whlte Second Bassos. Robert Davis and Harold Obee 57' ' 'BJJQ' 7 Paar thu ty seven f xN. . "N-1 1 - - - .. X 0 X ,.- . a., I ..,l ,.- r ,Q ,.,,c-. ' Q.. r--244 O., I 1s,,r.-14 f. xx,La-1 . ., S X1 4.- X,.'l'E'? 111.4144 ' 4,-xifx-. 4" " W, , 2 ' V . .gk - .-'.. .VL ' -1, ' H, . , ,,, .t,,t,:lj' 7. .. 1 -'57 L,-.tr ' '-'-" ' fav A " '+A . 'P I . ,- J 1 . , ., ' .4 ' - 1 . , . . . ' 1 . , . . . . . . . . . . . -. . . . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ., 1 - . . . . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " . . . . 'ms-Y az- famoflff' ' F'ROf H Nellff w .mal E' BW THE'H'AD. IN THE' veAjT' ,fx OUR ony .r-'wzfzvzot Qgypqpygnngmwvnm .Ft . 5' K' M u Y l U N Y " L , I V , '36 1 - . I Q I P ? i 7 I 'M 1 ' -" P W 5 5 . 5 M ,. AE 5 X X Y r' M K - ' f-- - i I J fli1'fy-e1'yl1f A 1 L 1 -1 -1 ' 'EJ' we if .in- DI OLYMPI tThe Gods of Mt Olympusj Officers ant rrrmes to which efreh ansu ers Roll L'1ll Nesta Luella Judd President Jupiter lNormrn Robert Wolfer Vice President Nlars Ray M urerrthal Freasurer Echo Betty Jane Ayer, Recording Secretary Proserprna Marie lxyle Corresponding Secretary Diana Vrrernra Like Venus Xrolet Chrpman Juno Kathryn Walls Mercury Iranklyn Stephenson Vulcan Robert Hess Pluto Charles Duckett Atlas Robert For: Mrnervfr Mrs Bath A miniature Rome rs being sculptured in rxory soap and will be exhibited rt Carthage I rr LE CERCLE FRANCAIS I A coeur varllant rren d impossible 7 Notre devise Ies Offrcrers Mile Betty Ahlers Presidente Ville Genevee Brandt Vice Presidente Mlle Genera Mollfrrd Secretarre commence en septembre et nous eu nos sessions le vendreor des semarnes 'rlternes Nlous avons pus un abonrement a Le Petit Journal des Journal pour les etudrants du Francais Icr nous avons lu des articles sur beaucoup de sujets et anrnsr nous avons appus beaucoup de choses nouvelles et rnteressantes Nous comptons a avoir des correspondant francais Nous esperons trouver bear coup de plarsrr a recevorr des lettres ce ce correspondants et a repondre a ces lettres Nous rencontrorrs de nouvear, Lannee procharne SCIENCE CLUB l"arlv rrr September 103.2 the present Science Club was organized for the pur pose ot addrnf., its bit to the scientific world lhe requirements and starrdrrds are high md the membership rs limited to htteen Reports 'rnd talks have been presented 'rt the meetings Phe greatest need in our work is a club room rn which to meet and keep the goat Officers tor year Pre rdent W endell Estell Vice P1 esrdent Robert Prtcock Secretary and Treasurer Richard Aubke Master at Arms Ramon Prckelhernrer Advisor M Jay Ellis DUNK A BUN The Original Honor Society And honor rt ls for there are only hve members. What other organization has so exclusive a menrbership? The one and only the grand and glorious the Royal Esteemed and Venerated Senior Order of Dunk-A-Bun Fraternities of Americfr -a frat which will be long remembered and loxed by those who have been carried on its membership roll. It is a secret order so everr a rostrum of officers cannot be published hereg howewer the actixe membership consists of Messrs. Cowperthwaite M. Fightmaster Davis Thomp- son and Obee. The national headquarters are located in the building of the Anderson Township School Mt. YVashirrg,ton Sta. Cincinnati Ohio. Good Luck O U IJunk-A- Buns!! ETA BITA Pl A few weeks after school started several sophomore boys laid the foundation for the Hr'h Roy al Society of Eta Bita Pi for the purpose of upholding the world s most fwmous dessert Home Made Pies . After' the organization of the club by Charter Members Lederer Nlarienthfxl Bell and Mitchell the nrenrbership was raised to eight nrenrbers and two honorary mem- bers. Vieekly meetings are held e'1ch Friday at 12:-10 P. M. with the encouragement of pies which are brought by each member' in his turn. The complete membership is: President. Albert Lederer' Vice Presicent Charles Duckett- Secretary Raymond Marienthal' Tre-rsurer' Iohn Bell. Ralph Birklcy Collin Mitchell Donald Davis Robert Wolfer. M. I'ry Ellis 'ind Flizabeth Hines are honorary members. Page thirty-nine I ' -v-' - -f- - f - ' ' ' ' 'V' 3ff35.l3f53Ib.-'3V.1Q1'1131Zfi l r..--fi'?..3f,rf3Zt7s'ifQT'5.'-3' fl f if 1 , , S- S ' .1 v . Z , .Y ' . K ' Q 1 .K--'. Z: 7 , Y .,.L- . .il ,- , . - P x - ' , U . l ' ,.' ' 1 A L.-.0 I . 9 . i C K J 1 - - 1. 4' - A L. Q . 1 . S .Z -4 - L 5 l - 4 5 . I 'M ,' . . . . . . j. . . 1, ,'a'.. sl , , , ' ,- 2' . ' n , .. .1 s ' ' s - -3 ' 1 , A 5 X 1 ' 1 ' 1 . .,' . , . . , , - . C . y . . . . . , v Le Cercle Francais a eu une anrree tres rnteressante et avantageuse. Nous avons r L - . . " L . X ,' H ' , 77 ' , ' 1 , B ' . . . . ' l . x. . L - 'L ' . , ' . D. . ' S . . S 1 . . K - B . . . . 7 . ' .1 . ' . -, -5-7 . .. L. . . -- . C 's ' v 1 l . n V ' " 3 l ' ' i. ' ' ' I' 4 . . Q' A ' ' r - " - ' i - ' - . -1 ' ' . " ' ' ' . ' . 2 t . r ' -3 -'- - 5, 1 'Q . ', . C .. .' ' . ' , . i . .Q 1 , . A u ' . . ll 9 7 7 9 rl? 1 C V . , ! Y Y 7 7 7 J ' Y T 1 7 Y. t , Q , 7 KK 17 1 K , KL , g !! y . i 1 S A L 7 ! , i . Y 1 I I y V . . ' ' v ' I y 1 4 1 1 'f ' v ' 1 v v 1 I I C l A i ' ' 'N E'f!iZT1'33f43ZP'?3ff4ilP'iEffL! QZQ"fE21Q"'fQfZf33'?3P.4L BOARD OF EDUCATION Edwln I Hawklns Plesldent Edwald G Sutte1 VICE Plesldent Resto1e1 C Awe1 Clelk John H Dumont W1ll1am M Judd OFFICERS OF P T A C B Montel Plesldent Mls Al R1ggS JI Vlce P1es1dent Dan Koestel Treasulel P A VVorth Recordlng Secretar5 Mrs P V Volers Correspondmg Secretarv Tie P T A IS te1rn1nat1ng 1tS foul th near of actlvlty Each yea1 th1s orgamvatlon has enlal ged to a mole DI'0gl9SS1V6 un1t and even Wlth the growth of the school thls 3.SSOC13t10ll can p1oudly show a favolable fmancxal repolt ALUMNI Off1C9lS 'md Members of Alumm Assoclatlon 1931 32 Louls Mer? Vlola Moore Wanda R1chex Gladxs NVILIZITIQW 61 Cathel 1ne Staub F1anc1s Buchanan llI1ltOl'l Combs Lreltlucle Doxle May H mwkms Cly de Ingl am Russell Maddux Homel Massen Presldent Vlce P1 es1dent Recordlng Secretary Colrespondmg, S6C16t3.1X Txeasul ex I OUIS Mew Vlola Moole Challotte Norton Wanda Rlchey Eleanol Sparrovs Cathel 1116 Staub Robelt Staub SUSIE Helen Sn15 the Robelta W1lfe1t Dorothea V1CkFOy CLASS OF 32 Aldella Blom Russell Guenthel V11 gllllq. Kmpphng I dlth Nagel Joseph Sandkel Hal th 1 Sllx 61 Cmtland Smlth f-fZf?.iF'f,1'3'Vl!"fl3f?1'ZiT51e'.3f.ZfiI"'?.3J Q 321'QI?5'.f.!Q?Q?A Page rm III Ahce Duekett Eva Johnson Helen Merz Claude Needles I O1 etta Schne1de1 Mabel Stlnnette I eRos W1tSChg61 r 5' ' 'P' - - -rf - - 7 - - -pig - .,.,. , ,' S., - . a.. -- . 4 .4 . ..4 ,L 1 A f 0 . . A Y. . K ----,-Yff.,f,-.-..,.......,,................. . 1 . A v. Q R- 1 . . v . 4 . .- 1 I . f ,k' I . K, N. A'i-U---FA..------------------,--V-- ' 4 ' . - . . I Y Liu a n . ------------------ . L 1 D . I . Q . . . ' J . . . . , S . . . I . 1 . 'K' 1 A . S- . l - . . J -IAVY---on------HH-U-nunInnnu-nnu-uHn-- . . . I 4 . . 7 ---- ,-----VY,,------,---,,V---- - . 7 Y I 7 " -,A',--VV,Y-Y--,iA,, 1 K1 . 1' 1 N Y 1 -' 1 1 - w Q Q CLASS OF '31 1 .ki I I J 'L' .4 , ' A- ' . 'W . . 1 v . P z . S . 7 " 1 ' Y . , 1 . 7 1 . A 9 .H . .K . . E . K ' 4 A . ' . ' ' 2 ' 1 - 1 ' " . J Y ' 1 4 5215 MN ffKX Z ffm Vw 4' R CALENDAR Epi5 D..11m07?.1i K 1 rim 'fill IL! J,-2 SEPTEMBER Hxpl HID' Hooray' So say the SSHIOIS D1d you notlce they gave a new clean room to the Semors? Confhctsll' In what? Evelythlng Sk1pp1ng studv hall already? Anothe1 change 1n schedule? Then whele do we go from here? F11 st game of Soft Ball Intramural League Sophs 6 Frosh 5 F1rst Senlor Assembly What d1g mty" Beglnmng of "' V9 for Frosh The Off1C9 1sn t the popular lounge It was last x ear I wondel why 'P ll The Semor Ball Club recelved the dec1s1on Q20 to 131 1n the Comedy of Errors played on the dlamond Wlth the Jun1or Ball Team co operatmg whenever pOSSlb1e It seems that the m1HdS of some of last years Senlors are some what blank when v1s1t1ng school and called upon to speak a few words The Dunkabun Fratermty fSr boys onlyj wo1e then cute l1ttle F1at p1ns fbunsl today fo1 the fu st tlme All the g11ls want to wear the fellows plns now Senlor Class Meetlng 7 30 to 10 20 But was anvthlng d8CId6d7 Ask Mr Wrlghtl ' And It ralned all day that n1ght'l Game of Soft Ball Try aga1n Jr H1 Youll beat them Second Sen1or meetlng and stlll no sc1 aps Unanlmous vote Movlng p1ctures" In chemlstry LANTERN ads over the top'l Can those Senlors collect dough' In1t1at1on Party Feel better FFGSIIIQS7 Mocky seems to have lost h1S DOWQI of lmaglll atlon 1n Chemlstry today OCTOBER Athlet1c ASSOCIHEIOH off1cers elected Ball game Semors 3 Sophs 0 No h1t game tlll the f1fth lllnlflg w1th what a man Fhomp son 1n the pltchers box Blue Mondayll No news IS good news Too bad lt took Chrls only one das 1nsLead of one week to dlSCOV81 Amel 1C3 F1nal Ball Game Srs 7 Plcked Team 8 Coaches star w1th home 1uns I havent had a chance to llsten M1 Ellls I can t see you S sald one of those JUHIOFS LANTERN ar11xed"' Best Yet' LANTERN released What a papel Y' Bu1n1ng br1gl1te1 than ex 91 Athlet1c Assoclatlon meets To be IBSSI ved Ol not to be leserved "8J 'h'. 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The present DI'6SlClG11tS hobby IS f1Sll1Ilg Exploslon 1n Chem New 1nvent1on hay less ll'1y11Cl8 Asbury must have changed he1 dldnt answer when called upon ln Ram" Everyone C3.1I'16d l211l'lC0'ltS No schoolll Good ole S W O Commg' Evcams'7"'f'k pl lce of resldence -myvs Ly she chemlstry md wore umbrellas Here" What"' Good ole exams' Lvery body Stuflllflg Strange but true Who can account for all those l1ttle N , W, blue note books bemg used tod'1y'7 X 4 Flrst basketball game Alumm vs .,.- ff and no mostly 'P George Washmgton 1n pe1son Patrlotlsm 1n a blg wayll Even the report cards are red whlte and blue No school Fel1c1ty vs Anderson Am way the boys play ed '1 good game Mole books lost 1n Llteratuxe Class A certa1n mstructor 1n athletlcs h1s become a rlval to Charlle Ch xp l1n even to the flrst name IANTERN out" Whats the m1tte1 sophs and 1un1o1s'7 If you don t blow voul own horn no one w1ll blow lt for you Bethel vs Anderson Oh those mlghty VlLtO1S the glrls Someone found sodlum 1n Ch1l1 fCh1leJ Holldays Rahl' Campflre Glrls organlze Just another month gone Helena the House of Hlcks Cleopatra swallowed he1 dlamonds so she could take them to the gl ave NV1tll er St Bernard there Enough S3.1Cl'l Someone let It out that he was very well acquamted yy 1th that pant of the hospltal where the nu1 ses stay ed Use your head fol somethmg mole than Just a hat rack so quoth 1 coach Seyenth grade assembly 3,1 V V inllvslf KWH lP"1 -1 l' A DECEMBER Madena vs Andelson Double YICUJTX John Jacobs Old Han Wmtel All I can taste IS the dnt on my fmger !1!fTS'.s'5fZ1ii"'?,sB'fl .f2fi3F1-'Zvi ii25'a5P3ff3?N'?5j1'Z55'5Z1i'B"'?:13-jf'i Pa ae for ty three t ' V , ' -r ' V' " v-1 - HL' " . A -1- ' - Ti 1 ' ' r ' lv, 'Y 1. ' ' r- ' 4 - . L -- A ..... - LY A- X , I A 'Y 'H' ' '4 ' 'f' A 24- s .' ' f '. ' . .' ' . 25h , . . - V I D 2624 K, Lyn K, 6 . 2 1 A-' , I y yi 1 ' v , ' '1 y 27-".. " " .sz ' . 28- .. . f . . T. A. U gh 1- .. . ,- N M 2-f f V .W Y' . - -- r W . -iss V . 2 lfi W f Hsls ,ml - '1 ' L I K Y. fl-if XL X 4- ' . S ' . ' A - Z Anderson. Coaches encouraged? Yes l ls 10- ' 1 ' ' .. . , . . 11- A . . . U' c , ' 1 14- ' . . ' ' ' ..s. 15- ' ' 5 ' as " ' z - , S . 17- , .. 's z ' A .' 1' ' - , 21144 . f . ' - , n 22? A.. . l y L. ' t, '. ' ,i 29- Y . . ..- . I . . 1 H 29- ' ' ' s ' . 30- s . 1- , ' .. 2- ' " .- .- jT"f'. 1 l , I h . "N . 3- . . ' .. , , ' 5- - . . , fa'-C1103-J " . ' ,' , N ' 4 ' V . . v ,N "V, lm L I 1 . y . V. ' . 1, I 6164 A , , - , f . l 1 ,y I r A , K 1 81 , f H v' 9-1 " . " .-! 13- 1 ' ' '. J , , ' , ' , , ' sy g2! h. aawmamwwm l5f2,Za1'5'.H12Tf1s'H12.zQ"25fv's...a Sycamore there Oh well' The White Gift program 1S really undeiway Ex erx body belng good cause Xmas IS coming White Gift Piogram Dismissed fol the good ole holidays Happy New Yearl' Here we aie again happy as can be Someone started the new year off 5? J ,Wd right by dropplng his tiay full of 3 lunch Hele s hoping he does bette1 next year' ' Semol class meeting And yet those fwfmd venerable seniors 1llS1SlI on agleelng Madelra vs Anderson Anderson struts he1 stuff again Mr Brovsn spending his le1su1e time looking for hats and coats Debating teams working unt1l the wee houis of the mormng Aff11H13tlVC debating team wins declslon over Osboln Negative loses to Willlamsburgh Anderson vs Amelia Friday the thirteenth IS bad lnflamation of the d1aph1agm" Exempt1ons announced Some happy and others sol ta sad Exams"' Beware High School meets Loveland and leax es he1 sorta down in the mouth a A new element dlscoveredll Debate at Mlddl9tOWHl Who can forget the basketball games with St Be1na1d'? Annual subscriptions beglnl' Beauty chat in Girl Reseixes Vocational talk foi Juniors and SQHIOTS ?""xff-X Telephone Fredd1e Fa1me1s Institute How many classes d1d you sk1p'? I dont mind 5ou1 skipping Studx Hall but please dont p1act1ce you1 song ln the next I-'E RUARY room The Tlmld Soul proposes to call the maglstiate Good game fellows' Caps and Gowns are Tabu' 16 SQHIOIS haxe pictuies taken D1d we sig em IUO169 CSXcamo1eJ Junlo H1 Gnls 1ah' 21 Annual pictures taken And how that wind did blowll CNR. ,-f rs- I' LL 'g3-'?'E'l '3"f3313"?f'3!1Q'1'g!fif'?'3Z133 Page fozfy fom V I 'T ' T7 W' E 1 . I 'I 'YN I V I4 16- j . , . 19- ' ' ' ' 1. 22- 1 V1 1 ' ' . ' . ' ' . 23- ' ' ' . ' ' . ' ' 1 . 1 3- ' 1 ' , 1 . K !l, fx 1 V , u ' a ' 'Q:j-:I-3j25'gf,f,g"'iQ-jig.:Q, j, 4- ' - ' , . it A f 6- ' .. . 9- . r . . .L H . 10- . . . Q . ' 12- .I . . . , ' . 13-1 . ' . ' , ' , ' . 16- ' ' ' .. 17- ' . .1 ' . 18- . 20- ' 1 1 s ' . 23-Scandal!! Only six boys and four girls are ineligible to play basket- b ll. 24- '. .. 26- ' . 27- 1 ' . ' ' . 30- ' ' ' .. 1- . . A 7 H , l . in i . 4 . D 'I '- --gif.. .,,.. E-I 2-1' ' ,ff f x Si .Q , ! K . s L ' , xigf.5?i j- ' . . . 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Everyone welcomes Washlngton s blrthday Why oh can t you guess ' Boys tournxment begms Better luck next yen fellows D1dn t we l1ke beatlng Cole1a1n ' F1eshman Retu1n Palty Annual plctures taken ove1' Day after e palty and oh me Everyone worklng hu d lol the tOLlll1QX i af Well g11ls lt s tough to drop one llkc th lt Where wlll the senlors get the dough to pay -1" fo1 rmgs pxctures and oh yyell l t s fOl get lt f H A monologue comes betore a poem Who started all the prop zganda mbout a be mutx contest" Ether smells llke ether Bacon yy as known for d1scoyer1ng hxm and eggs B1g Basketball Games ' Who sa1d the faculty couldnt play " W ater water every whele but not a drop to dunk Vlr Ellls tells us what he thlnks of us as chemlstsl' Semors scholarshlp exam NIICQ and Women dont mlx Mld nlte meetlngs to prepare the annual Freshman Assembly Semor Class Play chosen Faculty Board Banquet Flrst Baseball Game Madeua vs Andenson Junlor Class Plav What a play"' I l Publlc Speakmg and lVILlSlC2l Contest at Nlem .!..1 orlal Hall County Scholarshlp Exam Jr and Sr Banquet APRIL Thanks a lot Junlols we had 1 grand tlme 6 Sen1o1 Cl rss Play Was It good ' Ask anvone Everyone anxlously yya1t1ng the arr1x al of the di ,I annual Annual Arr1ved" Semor Chapel See He Wlllow and Weep for Me 1 1 Fxams Oh how we love exams Alent the semoxs gl 1d they ale exempt 8 Commencement The Semors haxe completed the1r hlgh school careel 19 Last Day of School and eyelyone had a fme tlme 20 Alumnl Banquet Blg T1me"' VALETE em: 5 Q3K'5'33Z13'S'33Wf3f935.Zf3"3?,.3ffl3?'5'5a45-312155215113ii Page fmlj jun , 2 - 2 -2 . --. ., W, . , A A A B., r.-.. 4. - --.L ---- ' 22- .- ' ' ' 5- , ' ' 241 ,LJ Z ' . . , t. a ., 25- . , . . 1 . ,- 28- ' ' ' A Q 1- ' s ' '. 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I-" .w .-. f SOCIETY On September 30 with excitement on every hand the F16Si1l9S started on what they thought was the road to death but which proved only to be the lengthy corridor leading to the school auditorium Numbers were present to welcome the 1ncom1ng Freshmen and to 1n1t1ate them 1nto all the secrets and traditions of Anderson Entertainments hllarious in nature consisting of humorous speeches by upperclassmen was the larg est feature of the evening Refreshments of a delicious nature were served Needless to say the Freshmen were the centre of attraction at this social event in thelr honor One of the interesting affairs of the present season was the oppor tumtv that the members of the communlty and student body had to attend the presentation of the faculty This reception was sponsored by the P T A and was well represented Freshmen' We congratulate you on your ability to entertain From the success of the Freshmen party of February 28 we belleve that the word green can no longer applv to the members of this class Anderson was host to the second round of the 1933 Hamilton County Girls Class B Basketball Tournament Friday afternoon and evenlng on March 3 It was with pleasure that we welcomed some 400 guests from this sectlon of Ohio Once every year it IS the privilege of the faculty to entertain the members of the Bd of Ed and their families The 1933 Banquet was held on Thursday April 6 and the same spirit of friendliness and cooper ation which is so characteristic of this group was prevalent at thls de llghtful soclal function Persons of all ages were present and equally entertained at the open mg performance of What About Betty presented on April 15 by the members of the Junior Class The people of the communitv were well pleased with the talent displayed and eagerly showed their appreclatlon The long awaited eve of April 29 turned up and with It the Iun1o1 Senior Banquet With the frocks and frllls of the new mode as CFISD and airy as though just taken out of the bandboxes with sweet tones of music renting the air the affair was an overwhelming success. More than 100 dancers enjoyed its formality made much of its gay- ety and frankly regretted the approach of midnight. The spirit of camaraderie and the obvious joy in the dancing was evident from the moment that the strains of the fox trot struck their gala note until the f1nal phrase of Home Sweet Home concluded 1n the musical phraseology of its thematic great granddaughter of todav Forestville residents had an opportunity of a life time when the Sen- iors presented It Wont Be Long Now . This performance was much anticipated and well attended. Seniors! Congratulations! Such a premiere was a treat which can rarely be compared. The Alumni Dance vsas held at the Auditorium of Anderson High School on Saturday May 20 1933. The evening proved to be a big hit with its balloon and tag dances one step circles and broom dance. Fvery thing contributed to its gayety and xerve nothing belng forgotten that could make it carefree and felicitous. Q , 7 v 7 Page forty-six fix . . 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Y 7 . , J 7 . 1 7 7 v SENIOR CLASS PLAY IT WON T BE IONG NOW Author Mrlton Herbert Gropper Bob Preston rs a young busrness man yyho belreves rn neyer mrxlng sentrment yvrth busrness Be hard cold trght rs hrs motto and he strcks to rt To reform hrm hrs frrends and Ann the grrl he loves persuade hrm he has taken a porson and has but twentv four hours to hve In an orgy of remorse for hrs past Bob gly es away 'rll hrs money marries the lrsprng Vrvmn whom he loathes rust to make her happv and exposes fr crooked polrtrcran When he farls to dre he frnds hrmself pennrless and under arrest but he has learned hoyv to lrve happlly and hrs troubles are all solved eventually Thomas a butler Max Frghtmaster Yes Srr Wrllram Meek a clerk Edyvard Koehler But Srr I haye a yyrfe and three chrldren Beansy Blake 'rn offrce boy Wrllram Bender Heres your three cents noyv go to hell' Robert Preston -1 successful young busrness man Robert Davrs One hour and seven mrnutes to lrve Do I look pale Doc? Mrss Wrlkes a stenographer Esther Herne Good evenrng Sarnt Peter Charles Dobson 'r polrtrcal ward healer Thos Frghtmaster Sw IS everybody gorng crazy? Dr Walter Talley a phy srcrfrn of 45 Harold Obee You ve got to marry my wrfe or Ill krll you Ann Wrnston an attractrve grrl of 20 Marv Smrth Vrvran Darrell a flapper who hsps Esther Mae Bogart If you try Ill get tham Lannrn to come over and knock vou thrllv Rev Dr Lorrng of the playground center George Thompson Yes Im not a mlnrster A Polrcernan Irrsh of course Clrfford Von Cundv I thrnk I can handle them Frank Cullen of the Peoples Partv lawrence Coyyperthwarte And I rnterrupt myself at thrs pornt Olga a Qwedrsh cook Mrldred Schnerder Thomas ban say you yyant me Nluster Preston Frances a mard Jean Sheldon Oh thank you srr Ill get fr llttle Ford Tyyo Photographers James Heywood and Mor rrs Dunn Muslc Furnrshed by Joseph A Iustrn Henrretta Rrnder le Stage Nlanager Wendell Fstell Property Nlanager Rubv Kuntr Busrness Nlanager Geneyreye Sfmdker Q13EZ1H3'3fZfQ'9l5!1Qi'.-'3'f fL3It 111 Page forty seven 7' v -vi -T 7 r- 4 L. , 7 J , ' ' 1' KL ' 77 'v " w ' I I I . y , I I , c I ' 1 - .1 I. 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All honor to our Loyal Bus Drivers' 99' 2f'il3f94 fif3T.x'Q3'lE.3574 1?Q lf'f3 Page fo? ty ezght c ' n J I V 1. 5. 10. 2. ' 6. 11. K 3. ' 7. ' 12. . 4. ' 8. 13. ' 9. ' ' X Zf ,- ff fl 'Q ff-E-7 Kzvxrd f- -I 'N-rv-' ,xCA -in-bk X ff' M nw,, as Ni Y gr YYY "' 'rig'-V - ,f', N I fr .X X V, f f N , ! x 1' , K jf 'xx A A 1 ' :PN X: 11 X X ' , X ' , ,KK X .x ff ,X X fr .4 . fp ? 'fwTI' ' X X Y 74, X kf ' , ff-:fp-5-, -N, ,fb , f ,,. Ki , . , X47' fv ' Q ' ff f ? . ,f lT'Qff5fk:,m,, ,.. ,V 'V ,, W ,K ., -1 -EQ ' 1 4' 'Q , KX " ' Y 'f XII -X ' lv-Sex ff, if af1fLZ -ff f 4 H1 - 2, -- 'ff .N HF Tfv: ,. ' ' " H 1' ' x' V " -H" 5."- Y-f X.. xi' ' K if X- "" ,Y " x , X ,W M--, 5 4Q'i3l4'13f?.34i '-'39 iTT1.'.3lL'3Tr'3w41'fR7'?35'L1 C o M P L 1 M E N T s ANDERSON 'l OWNSHIP T l"L fL3N"?.-Z3fA2":?,-3"5Q"?1'3+1QYBATYELQYELQYEAQ I J f ffJ X. X. V . " 7' ' V ' 1' ' ' 7 ' "N r 1 -r 1 7-'4 -A - J- f Jr. ..-1 A -- .' - - -- - - - 2 I mmmlmmmmm.-n-unumun umm:-nunm nnnmmmv 5 1 P. . A. ' .Y ' 7 ' 'V ' 7 ' r . f 'r x ' V ' 'r - . ....- -. .. ... , ,.,i' - 5 ,. ' . 4 ... . a.. .4 - L. 'are i 1 , F F J 1 3QZ1iF7f5i31i3'Yf.395T'z'f.-33? 5 i EB9'?fi'Rf9'S3z?1i4!h?,3fZ1i4R5+f-'3f?f1 X 1nu1mIHIInnmmmIIn.1I1I1InuIInnlvIInnnnnIIHu1InnInulannuIIIannnIn-unmunnunn iBatruni5e GBM Zlhhertisers TRY F ORESTVILLE FIRST Compliments to the Graduatlng Class of 1933 Hardvs are Class Bullder s Supplles Feed Coal Cement Farm Implements Stoves THE FORESTVILLE FUEL 81 SUPPLY CO Ohxo Plke 8: C G R R Phone Beechmont 7640 Uncle George IS Waltlng to welcome you at the Oasls Barbecue Fxsh Sandwlches Cold Drlnks Ice Cream Confectionery Forestvxlle Ohlo COMPLIMENTS B1 Zlttillll Q Se1 wee Station Clough Plke and Bogart Road FOYCSWIUC Ohm G-hifi'-3? Hr? l3Jfii"3'3'4"i5i'3J fiF5'33-V 3"'S'-Hhieiihili'-342 PJ HJ A ' - 1 I E ' Q ' I - K E Y . 1 ' , ' E nunnu-1nnIn-mrnmmnm murmurmmunuu : umm'nuInInnnInmumunuunuman W .... .... .................................,.............H....,................ : v ......,....,...........,..........,..................... OF 5 E 5 'Q " V' ' r' " V ' v' r ' v f -- - ,f .. 1 ,-.. jf - 2, .'.. ' 1 ..s.. Y - ln - A. -. A" ' . 4, ..f . A -.. - ,,- me "ffl X X ' 'E3?i'1i5'.3f?15i'3' 212 h.'33J.E IOSEDIIITIQ G Cas ca1 stopped by 10161516191 What s the matter" F1 anklnn S Ive lost nn bearmgs Josephme G Well at least you IG orxglnal Dentlst I am soru but I am out of gas Lo11a1ne G Ye Gods' Do dent1sts pull that old one too Bettv Larry I cant go to Kentucky w1th vou LHIIX And vshy not? Bettx You know ve1y xx ell that I 1 e h 1d 1I'lCllgQSt1011 latelv and I hLa1 that the Kentucky feuds a1e 1ust te111b1e FOR GIRLS ONLY Read BaCkW211dS Dldn t you 1f box a be vsouldn t xou 1t IC rd wo111d you knew we M1 Thompson Every t1me you ale bad I get anothe1 g1ay ha11 G601g8 Well you must have been a corkell Look at Grandpa M1 Ellls fperfo1m1ng an QXDETIITIGIIIL1 F11St Ill take some sulph u11c aC1d and then some ch1o1oform Von Gundy That IS a good 1dea Harold S How was xoul bl1nd date last mght' Howa1d I Awful th1n Ill bet she could go thlough a flute I couldnt half ente1ta1n he1 f1om one slde so I walked alound to the other s1de and darned 1f the1e xx asn t a semor haung, as good a t1me as I was Wendell Why do guls alvsays SITIIIG at me? J1m Perhaps they a1e too pol1te to laugh out loud 111011161 B111 11 hat ale xou domg 111 the pantu 1 B111 Oh Just puttmg a few thmgs awa5 Bob They say that you can tell a 1,111 s cha1acte1 from hcl d1 ess Ha1o1d Some have mo1e characte1 than that Esthel Mae Why does Tom alvsaxs close hls exes vt hen he 811123 La11x He s so k1nd heal ted that hc can t see t11e othe1s suffei -z as -z IS MY FACF RED M1ss St1aus flll F1ench IIJ Thls 1S the wolst 1ec1tat1on Ixe heard fO1 a long t1me why Ixe done most all of It myself P4fQ3ff?3?3 '?5? 2"'?-'l9fl3Z"':?l3'?1Q'TI?.3v.f.5i3'?d Page fzfty two ' 1 . v V ' 'V' ' ' , . , , U ,A - .. . 3 V 1 v I 1 v I 1 I 1 1' u , 4 . . A9 QS .4 . . U , . .I I T' , 1 . ' I . 14 3 N , . vi v . . - ' ' Vl- 7 ' tv? v . , 1 , 2 ' ' Q . 1 - K 4 ni ' 7 y . V 7 , 7 : .V u 2 , , . 3 .3 .25 . U ' Q 4 4 'JV n 1 , Q , Tu , as JI 93 .52 Q . 4 . . - .u , Y ' - 3 H Q4 in Y , ' , ' -11 , J 'L 7 , r ' sa Harold S.-"I'm off o' them too- Mine was too n1uch the opposite, i , N 1 ' 1 'I 1. W 71 4 . , . I Lv' ' 1 y - I 1 K1 ' y' y- . I- , ' S 7 Y? Al 759 J! J ',, 7 , ' 77 ' Lu , - sr 729 5 Q55 I L- . , y N J . . . - . . . . y 1 ' - dl A .59 1 Y. N , 1 1 , 1 xi 4 Awni- . - . . 1 . I-z ,sz ,-z . . 144 V . ,. , . . ' , V . ,' nv 0 1 . y U 7 1 ' 4 Q I 3 ,- A 1 1 ' ' 1 7' i n L C A 1 - 1 J ff ' . ' - - ' - ' 7 1 - ' ' ' 7 7 ' 7! - v- - 7' ' 7 ' 7' 1 'Y 'V ' 7' ' 7" ' ' ' 7 .. 4 ... ag... .A A ..-2' - D- 4- ' f'-4 ' J "" 1 2 r' .. 54213519231-4L'4fNfSfQ?f?S':3f-3,5 gif? Pl' "-551-WS!-9fTl'5S7fJ-f'f'3Ff.3-713 ,A X ALMA MDTER popgmhl BRN DAR!-gmq, 2 THU W Fl RE' PROOF ONLY .fit OQVBQU g .417 fag? ff- ff' w.u.4...iaAz.s.... Wf'??4 4 ?3"N-5 9f"?u'-1 JY Z 5' -4 Wu' ' TR 3 4 JTW' -5f'f'4if"f1 44 Pr: q 9 1 s . Q , 1 . '- .if I "' I 0 LAB. 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Z.. lv ffffgl-ll1'r'r - I .IUDD'S SERVICE STATION 3151 Llnwood Road Phone East 1566 ...AAA Complete Auto Servlce SCFVICQ COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS OF Barrere and Schaffer I-I H01 IISCIICIHCICI' Grocerles, Meats, Frults, Vegetables, Ice Cream and Notlons Cor Beacon and Conway Phone Sutton 673 Satlsfactlon COMPLIMENTS OF Mt Waslungton Motor Co 2103 Beechmont Ave Cmcmnatl Ohlo Phone Beechmont 7088 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Cherrv Grote Frult Market POULTRY GROCERIES P Llppolls Phone Sutton 293W1 F4Q'?3lfQ5q.3 13fP 3':1",l3LZ13S'.3ff5QY:.'3f.Zf3Z"5'.f3f?1E I agc f1fty fom . I E Ji' E A : . . . - lllllllllIIIIlllIllIIlllIllllllllllllillllllll llllllllIllIIlllllIllIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll 3 mm.........-mm...mm-mllm-lm.-umm 5 5 .mum.---.-....-III...I.I-H.....ml----mm---.1I.. : : : , : : E , ' mm...........-.Imm.-mmlmlmm. ' E . 5 ........................................................ 5 E 5 E , ' IIIHI-ImI-IuuInIII-1ulmI-1num...I.nulmlmm-I--lm-un ' ' 1mm-'I--II'HHH"IHH"'I'I'HHH"""""""""I 1 mmun-.m..mmnnuImmm.-.....m.m.m'...m..-.- 5 5 'HHH'-III-'IIIIII--IHIINIIHI-If-Ilmllllrll--II : n I E 5 . 5 : : a : E E . . E E 5 5 : ..................................................................... 5 , E .,.............--1........................................................ - - : . : : E 7 : : 5 . InmumIummm-In-mummnum-.mumunummnmnmnm...-mn :mm-numI-IInI1-IuI.IInn1uunInnInununmmnmnmumnu- V , 5 - 7- - V -1 , V y - 7 ' 7 ' r . . . fr 5 - -1 W - J , ' - 1 T P WHITE AND SONS FUNFRAL HOVIES iafleia 2050 Beechmont Ave Mt Washmgton 200 Western Ave New Rlchmond Prompt Ambulance Servlce both places Baby Chlcks Custom Hatchmg Bahy Chicks Hatchery Cherry Grove Ohlo COMPLIMENTS OF Wlttmeyer Bros Bill Vetter Ed. Ayer B and E Eletltut Electric Motors Rewound and Repaired Auto Generators a Specialty Forestville Ohio . 1 Norge Refrigerators Philco 'md U S Radios HAROLD BRIDGES Radio SEIVICS and Repairing, Ihone Sutton 3l2R Harrlson s Restaurant and Barber Shop lhone: Sutton 677 Porestville 0. CANOE-COMF-INN Por tasty Sandwiches Refresh- ments Candy Cigars and Cigarettes and try MAXS BARBER SHOPPE for the hest in ladies and gents Haircutting The most complete Shoppe in or near FORESTVILLE O. Route 125 Sutton: 661 . . . - 3 9 'ZF3'5i!fiZf'?.3fZ ZYYQAERYS-2 H'i'?315'37i'5Zi"2!T?.3! Q?-31 Q Page fifty jzz l5'7f'24Rf5'23:5i2f'T5:Zf3T'?.3v2fE ' . l55i' 9L1i3"T.37a asia as-we GW. y ,. ' ' " 2 Co. ' ' 1 1 f 1'5fZ3?1h..'3f7f33T'?.3f7f3'h'.3f7fA iR1 EY. ?,3g5jE,I APPELLATIOV W1ll1a1n Bender Eethel Mae B0gd1t I Con D81tl"lNVcl1tL Robc1t Davls Mol 1 IS Dunn Wendell Fstell Max Flghtmfwtel Thomas I 1ghtmaete1 ESU161 Helne James Heywood Edward Koehle1 Ruby Kuntz Halold Obee Hen11etta R1nde1le Genex IGX e Swndker NI1ld1ed Schne1de1 Jem Sheldon Klan Snuth C 901156 Thompson Cllffold Von Lundx NICKNAME B1 BOQIQ I ally Bo Vlocky Dutch Max Tom Plnk Hen11 Toot1e 1 Shellle Dlmplcs S 11 ah Von FAVORITE EXPRESSION Au ' Cut It out' What th heck' Oh Yeah ' Hovsdy qk1I'JDGl Pshaw now You Sald It Do vs e have a test to day 7 I m sleem fSt1 etchlngj Gee Im tued You 16 tell1n me Wel Ill be Oh gee ' E ll l u1t' Do you get the pomt' You do huh? I dont know axe you evah been nn rablnt xtchesl Hex boy V DID YOU GREATEST FEAR Cleanlng h1s own slnk 1n ClI6IYI1StI'V Belng qulet Afrald hell mls French Claes He ll m1sq Srofe Q study hall The ODDOSlt0 Qex He w1l1 behave class The Lante1n W1ll be a e Study halle Waltlng Ill lunch 1ne H15 mustache Wont grow Hell mxss S1ofe study hall Not pleasmg Stl alght ha1r Galnlng xx elght Mesay han She hae none Ccttmg, to class on tlme That he xx on t hue up to hlS 1eputat1on Iw?4E3f?fi5'.Z.3f?1fr?.f131f53"?.23f1 Q5'.3'f4Q'?.-3f?fi331?1E'23'.-32133 I uqc fzjty .sm - If XJ - -r' - rf- ' 7 Y ' v . - v ' . 3 4 4 ' ' Cl 'IIN ll , ' , !7 66 ' ' A----,------ -'I-A-Y'V,' . . ---.---- n u 1 ,Q , 1 K , sc ' H H I 3 I 99 as ' ' H , ,...cc ,e1,,.. . ,....,.. .. J. V 4 I' J HH---.65 J ,,,, I7 Unk-vii 'IYV Hunnbnuunu- Q6 ' ! 'LS H 1 31, 'K' MMM----H--KK b77 wmnnnvll 7 ,Y K ' JV --UH-,KL ! ' I YM H , 1' H 73 K6 Q! H ' , Y? ,- eee.,cc 1 ,,,. .... 1 or O.Q. c,c,,cc............., .. . 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Stop at Earl s Bar B Q ff , N SEE US for Groceries Fruits, Vegetables and Cholce Meats D B PHILLIPS and C O ALBIEZ WE DELIVER Phone Sutton 295 DUNN S CARAGE Lester Dunn C ENER NI tU'l0 Rlfl AIR WORK Phone Sutton 685 Salem and Ohlo Plke Hlll Top Restaurant Dmners l unches Ice Cl eam Pies Sandwlches 2063 Beechmont Axe lhone Sutton 421 Good coal makes warm frlends Ploneer Island Cltibli Coal E H Merz Mt W3Sh1Hgt011 D1y Cleaners Cleanmg Pre smg Repalrmg CYRIL SMITH 2109 Beechrnont Ave Mt Washlngton Ohio Phone Sutton 535 JOHN AN DRES Loal Feed and Builders Supplles Mt Carmel Station Phone Batavla 2823 or Fish Double Deekers and Sandwiches Phone Sutton 448 37 18 Beechmont at Lnlon levee Viaduct I 4Q"?331if'3'i3!1iQ'i-13.12122-"?3fl Q 3A3'?3f.fLQ"i3L3 1 rf 71111 ll 1 Q . . . 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E Q f , - E E 5 ' 1 - ' 5 I 1 I L ' I E 2 E E - f I ' 5 Z : I ' 4 - f ............-H... .......................4... : : H..-..................H........................ .... ' .- V, - -V - -7 1 1 -7 - r ' 'r" ' 'P' ' 'P' ' 'r' l.. I L ' , , ' 4 .4 . A he ' L - 'rgz' IUC!-r'Jlf f'K 3f?fiF'f33 9f'IfIMfl'5J 393 91 3 COMPLIMENTb OF A FRIEND Plymouth DeSoto BENNETT MOTOR SALES J P Bennett 8: Sons F me Cars Low PFICCS Convenlent Terms Cherry Grove Ohxo Phone Beechmont 7490 'V "3Uf'ir"f5?'ik3'3 ?1iE!"f3'?n. Congratulatlons Graduates Your Grandmother shopped here Eckert S Department Storee 307 11 E Pearl St between Broadway and Sycamore Sts and 2114 2116 Beechmont Avenue Mt Washmgton Ohxo LEONARD Qu-1l1tv Refrlgerators Outstandmg for over 1881 Half Century 1933 C B AYEB Forestvllle Ohlo Phone Sutton 3501 COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS TERRILL COFFELI' i',1'?'l.33 11.5 ',1.?'l.3',':f'f!3'J 301 april 3.4521 T43 Ill: 15 5 1 Pug jzjfzf 1111 I -he ' . '. 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