Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1938
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AN DEIQSUN IAN
Published by the Senior Class
ANDEIQIUN HIGH SCHOOL
To Miss Gertrude L. Addicott, who as our An-
nual and Lantern adviser has endeared herself in
the hearts of the class of '38, who is highly exalted
in the minds of each of us, whose splendid teach-
ing and sincere friendship have inspired in us
honor and respect, we dedicate this eighth volume
of the Andersonian. May her guidance remain
with us and be an inspiration to us as we go for-
ward into life.
MISS GERTRUDE L. ADDICOTT
Four years of our lives have been spent in Anderson-happy, joyous,
fruitful years, which we shall always treasure. The experiences which we
have had have taught us to love and cherish our school with an affection that
cannot be described.
We shall, at all times, remember out motto: "To strive, to seek, to End,
but not to yield." We obtain a strange yet real sense of power and security
from these simple words. May you also strive: may you also seekg may you
also find, but never yield.
Looking backward toward the happiness we have known, and forward
to the problems and joys of the future, we leave behind-our "Andersonian."
d honor to
o ur High
' nd grand
Anderson so fan' a
er hail thee,
we shall ev
Il the land.
Lelz to right: Mr. John Dumont: Mr. Edward G, Sutter, Vice-President: Mr. William M. Judd, President: Mr. Restorer C
Ayer, Clerk: Mr. Edwin I. Hawkins.
Board of Education
We, the graduating class of 1938, wish to express our thanks for and
appreciation of the interest the Board of Education has shown in us and
the cooperation it has extended to us. We credit the progress and ac-
complishments of our class to the sincere effort these men have put forth
for the improvement of our school.
During our years at Anderson, this group of men has acted as a strong
guiding force and we shall always be thankful that we had these members of
the Board to turn to for advice and counsel.
We are certain they will continue their good and profitable work in 'the
years to come and that they will hold themselves ready at all times to aid
the future classes of Anderson.
FAC U LTV
High School faculty
Twp lfnlr, lvjl In Vfrfhli
MR. ROBERT E. WRIGHT
Bachelor of Science, Wilmington
College, Wilmington, Ohio
MRS. FLORENCE W. BATH
Bachelor of Arts, Wilmington
College, Wilmington, Ohio
Dean of Girls
Senior Girls' Adviser
Senior Girl Reserve Adviser
Senior Class Play Director
MR. J. GARNER SROFE
Bachelor of Science, Wilmington
College, Wilmington, Ohio
Dean of Boys
Senior Boys' Adviser
MRS. MARY H. STRUKE
Bachelor of Science, Miami Uni-
versity, Oxford, Ohio
Junior Girls' Adviser
junior Class Play Director
Iiritlmrz Row lvfl In Viflflli
MR. CHARLES L, BROWN
Bachelor of Science, Miami Um
versity, Oxford, Ohio
junior Boys' Adviser
Coach of Basketball and Softball
MISS VERA M. NASH
Bachelor of Arts, Ohio Wesleyan
University, Delaware, Ohio
Sophomore Girls' Adviser
junior Girl Reserve Adviser
MR. LINCOLN W. HURST
Bachelor of Arts, Marysville
lege, Marysville, Tennessee
Sophomore Boys' Adviser
Coach of Boys' Baseball
MISS RUTH L. PERIN
Bachelor of Arts, Hanover
lege, Hanover, Indiana
Freshmen Girls' Adviser
T p Row. Iv!! io right:
MR. EVERETT E. MILLER
Bachelor of Science, Miami Uni-
versity, Oxford, Ohio
Freshmen Boys' Adviser
MISS KITTY BERRY
Bachelor of Science, University
of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
Master of Arts, University of
Kentucky, Lexington, Ky.
MR. JOHN G. BLOUGH
Bachelor of Arts, Manchester
College, North Manchester, Ind.
Master of Arts, University of Cin-
cinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio.
MISS GERTRUDE ADDICOTT
Bachelor of Arts, Ohio Univer-
sity, Athens, Ohio
I-Iigh School faculty
Bottom Row. Zell to right:
MR. LATIMER OBEE
Bachelor of Arts, Adrian College,
MISS MARJORIE STURM
Bachelor of Science, University
of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Girls' Physical Education
MR. MILTON DOCKWEILER
Bachelor of Music, College of
Music, Cincinnati, Ohio
MISS DOROTHY VANDERVORT
College of Music, Cincinnati,
"Lantern" Adviser Vocal Music
First row, left to right: Miss Alice Kaiserman, Mrs. Besse Ayer, Miss Virginia Noble, Mr. Rob't. E. Wright, Sup't.. Miss Eleanor
Powers, Miss Ivls Hovlous.
Second row. left lo right: Mrs. Georgia Ayer, Miss Marjorie Sturm, Miss Mary Elizabeth Brother, Miss Mildred Headley, Miss
Buln Hunson, Miss Gertrude Addicott. Miss Frances Thomson,
Tlurrl mm, lr!! lo riylrrz Mr. Charles Brown, Mr. Latimer Obee, Miss Mary Hmbugu. Mr. M. Jay Ellis. Miss Nancy Foster.
Grade School acuity
To this group, the grade school children owe a great deal. Under the
guiding influence of these teachers and aided by their untiring efforts, the
pupils of grades one through eight are well prepared for their entrance into
The previous training of these teachers has made it possible for them to
develop in their students, not only the knowledge that is required before!
they will be admitted to high school, but also, and equally important, those
undefinable qualities that will enable them to take their places in the world
after their school days are hnished.
ROGER AYER '-Rug"
Annual Staff 4. Lantern Staff 4, Latin Club 2.
When looking for Roger, just look for his
Willys. He's always eager to chauffeur the
class around in search of excitement, and as a
salesman and a mechanic he can't be beat.
ALMA BER WANGER "Micky"
Owensville High School 1-2, Fayetteville High
School 3, Annual Staff 4, Glee Club 4.
Chorus 4, Girl Reserve 4,
Petite Alma joined us this year from Fayette-
ville High School. More and more we are learn-
ing how misfortune for Fayetteville was Ander-
son's good fortune.
DANIEL BONDICK "Dan"
Class President 3-4, Class Treasurer 2, Annual
Staff 3-4, Lantern Staff 3-4, Debate 4.
Class Play 3-4, Hi-Y 3-4, Softball 4,
Intramural 1-2-3-4, Track 4.
"Dan" was president of our class throughout our
junior and senior years and "A right good pilot,
too." His executive ability won him the editor-
ship of our '4Andersonian." Today4leader of
our classy tomorrow----leader of men.
EVELYN BLOOMFIELD "Ev"
Annual Staff 4, Glee Club 4. Chorus 4,
Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4, 4-H 3-4.
Although Evelyn is quiet and unassuming she
is always willing to perform to the best of her
ability any task that may be given her. What
more could be asked of anyone?
WILLIAM BULEN "Bill"
M 85 M High School, McConnellsville. Ohio,
1-2-3, Annual Staff 4, Hi-Y 4.
"Bill's" jovial personality and his ability to gain
friends have made him one of our most out-
standing seniors in the short time that he has
. been with us.
BETTY BULEN "Charlie"
M Sa M High School, McConnellsville. Ohio,
1-2-3, Annual Staff 4, Girl Reserves 4.
Betty. a newcomer this year. is known for her
sweet disposition and we defy anyone to say
she has ever been ruffled. An even temper is one
of the finest characteristics anyone could have.
VIRGINIA BUOP "jinny"
Annual Staff 3-4, Lantern Staff 3-4, Glee Club
1-3, Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4, Basketball
1-2-3-4, Intramural 1.
"Jinny" shoulders responsibility with a firm de-
termination that carries the work through to a
successful finish. What would the team do
without its able captain and the staff without
its eH'icient business-manager?
FRANKLIN CLARK "C1arkie"
Basketball 2-4, Intramural 1-3, Baseball 1-2-3,
Softball 1-2-3, Track 2. 4-H 1-2-3.
Frank is naturally quiet and unobtrusive but his
loyalty, dependability, and cooperation on the
team reflect his personality.
BETTY LOU CLARK "Bets"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 3, Secretary-
Treasurer 1, President 2, Latin Club 2,
Glee Club 4, Chorus 4. Girl Reserve
1-2-3-4, Intramural 1.
Betty's capable assistance has proved an asset
to many an undertaking, Even though her
deeds may not be spectacular, her sincerity and
helpfulness are greatly appreciated.
DOUGLAS ERNSTING "Doug"
Annual Staff 4, Vice-President 3-4, Student
Council 4, Basketball 2-3-4, Intramural 1,
Baseball 2-3-4, Softball 2-3-4,
Easy going and content with life in general,
nothing ruffles Doug's good humor. His amia-
ble disposition and even temper keep his asso-
ciates always in good spirits. What
useful assets! ! !
BETTY COFFELT "Coffee"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Glee Club
1-2-3-4, Chorus 4, Class Play 3, Girl Re-
serve 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4,
Where theres Betty, there's fun. Her good
humor and high spirits, combined with her
willingness to lend a hand, find popularity for
her wherever she goes. Her dramatic talents
give promise for her future.
LEO GLASGOW "Peck"
Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4,
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Softball 2-3-4,
Track 2-3-4, Baseball 2-3-4.
Leo's fighting spirit and good humor combined
with his ready wit indicate a bright future.
The world is always looking for people such as
he who are determined and yet know how to
smile and make others smile with them.
HARRY HAMMEL "Harry"
VVithrow 1-2, Debate 4.
Harry's firm positive manner of speech adds
emphasis to Whatever he says. He delights in
arguing and proving points. As a tlebater he is
a match for the best
WINIFR ED EVANS "Winnie"
Class Vice President 2, Annual Staff 4, Lantern
Staff 2-3-4, Latin Club 2. Debate 2-3.
Class Play 3, Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4,
Glee Club 4, Chorus 4, Cheer-
leader 2-3-4, Intramurals 1,
Nothing is too much for "Winnie" to tackle and
manage. She has proved herself a true execu-
tive in more than one instance.
HAROLD HOWLAND "Harold"
Class President 1, Annual Staff 4. Lantern Staff
3-4. Debate 2-3, Hi-Y 1-2-3-4. Class Play
3-4, Basketball Manager 3-4, Intra-
murals l-2-3-4. Baseball Man-
ager 3, Softball Manager 3-4.
Harold's our super salesman, without his fruit-
ful efforts our Annual would never have been
possible. His initiative, originality, and pep
combined with his curly hair and his grin have
made him one of our most popular
BETTY EMSHOFF "Bo"
Newport High School, Newport, Ky., 1, Annual
Staff 4, Lantern Staff 3-4, Latin Club 2.
Debate 4, Glee Club 2-3-4. Chorus 4,
Class Play 3, Girl Reserve 2-3-4.
A pleasing personality, an active interest in
many fields. outstanding scholarship, a deter-
mined manner, and the art of debating all point
to success for Betty in her chosen field.
HAROLD ILHARDT "Bud"
Basketball 2-4, Intramurals 1-3, Baseball
1-2-3-4, Softball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-3-4.
"Bud" excels in sports. Name any position on
any team and he can fill it. Win or lose he is
a grand sport. We'll be seeing him in the big
leagues some of these days.
MARTHA GUNDERLOY "Marty"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Glee Club
1-2-3-4, Chorus 4, Girl Reserve
I-2-3-4, Intramurals 1.
The commercial department will never find
another so generous in offering her time and
services as Martha. She is always ready to help
and to make herself generally useful. We wish
her success in whatever she attempts.
RUTH HAWKINS "Ruthie"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Latin Club 4,
Debate 4, Class Play 3, Girl Reserve
1-2-3-4. Basketball 1-2-3.
Ruth has a smile and a cheery "hello" for every-
one. To the whole world she adopts a friendly
attitude. She is always ready for a good time
and there is always a good time where she is.
PAUL KLEIN "Chuck"
Withrow High School, 2, Basketball 3-4, Intra-
murals l, Track 3-4, 4-H 3.
Chuck is an easy going, good-natured fellow
who is usually found wandering about the halls.
His superior height has been valuable to the
ROSEMARY HESS "Roses"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Glee Club 1-2-4,
Chorus 4, Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4.
Rosemary's poise and charm are well expressed
by her dignified carriage. She quietly goes
about her own affairs but is never too busy to
lend a helping hand or to join in for a
bit of fun.
ROBERT LINDER "Bob"
Annual Staff 4, 4-H 1-2-3, Intramurals 1-2-4.
Track 4, Student Council 1.
Bob is our master craftsman. His work in the
manual arts department requires patience, skill
and endurance. With his pleasing personality,
plus the above qualities, he will find an ad-
vantageous place in the exacting world.
LOUISE HOOBLER "Pinkey"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Girl Reserve
l-2-3-4, Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Chorus 4,
Louise possesses the essentials needed in the
social and business world-unfailing tact,
charming manners, and attractive appearance.
WILLIAM OTTING "Bill"
Bill is a young man who thinks much and says
little. Electricity is his chosen field and we
predict he'll be a second Edison
RALPH PALMER "Little Doc"
Annual Stal? 4, Lantern Staff 4, Treasurer 3-4,
Latin Club 2, Debate 2-4.
Ralph is one of the brainiest students. He was
president of the newly organized Student Coun-
cil and he did his part to help other students
achieve their ambitions.
GERTRUDE HORNSCHEMEIER "Gert"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 3-4, Class Secre-
tary 4, Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4, Glee Club
1-2-3-4, Chorus 4, Basketball 3.
Gert's intense interest in all of her activities
and her untiring energy and capability for her
responsibilities have shown her to be one of our
most ambitious Seniors.
GEORGE SHEANSHANG "Scoop"
Annual Stal? 4, Lantern Staff 3-4, Debate -4.
Class Play 3, Cheerleader 3-4,
"Scoop" holds the candle as the humorist of our
class. We've had many a laugh over his timely
wisecracks. He's happy-go-lucky as the day is
long and his motto is "anything for
a smile." ,
MARIE LIPPOLIS "Ref-"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Glee Club 4,
Chorus 4, Girl Reserve 1-2-3-4.
As our poetess, Marie goes her way gaily with
a joke and a bit of cheer for those she meets.
She is always willing to do a little more than
her share of any task.
HAROLD VAN SAUN "Click"
Annual Staff 4, Student Council 4, Latin Club
1-2, Class Play 3, Hi-Y 4. Cheerleader 4,
"Click"- -Another picture taken for the Annual.
Harold is always on the spot with his camera 10
get an unusual shot. He is friendly, courteous,
and an all around good fellow.
RUTH NORDYKE "Dyke"
Annual Staff 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 4, Girl
Reserve 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4.
Intramural 1, Softball 2-3,
Who could ask for a better companion than
Ruth? She is always jolly, always witty, and
always friendly with lots of snap and
MARTHA PARTUSCH "Metz"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Girl Reserve
l-2-3-4, Glee Club 2-3-4, Chorus 4,
Basketball 2-3-4, Softball 1-2,
Martha is our all around basketball player, and
does she know the rules-technical and what
not! She's full of fun, generous, a good loser,
and a great sport.
VERNON WATKINS "Cecil"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Class Secre-
tary 3, Latin Club 1-2-3, Hi-Y 3-4,
Intramural 3-4, Track 4.
Vernon manages to have a good time wherever
he is. Maybe the genial smile and ready wit
help. If you want any side-lights on current
affairs, bring them to him. He is well read on
subjects of local and national interest.
GLADYS PHILLIPS "Sis"
Annual Staff 4, Girl Reserve 1-2, Glee Club
l-2-3. Chorus 4.
Gladys is very quiet yet she's loads of fun. Her
conscientious and steady work predict for her
an interesting future in the business world.
RAYMOND WOLFANGEL "Curley"
Annual Staff 4, Lantern Staff 4, Debate 2-3,
Latin Club 2, Class Play 3,
Hi-Y 3-4, 4-H 1-2-3.
Ray is a jolly, good-natured fellow who can
always find time to do the necessary studying
in the midst of his fun. He has a humorous
slant on all that goes by.
JAMES WOLFER "Puff III"
Annual Staff 4, Hi-Y 3-4, Track 4,
Puffer is quiet and studious in school, an out-
growth of his admirable intelligence, yet in a
group he displays a subtle humor that is hard
to beat. His ability in salesmanship will prove
to be an asset in future life.
First row, left lo right: Rosemary Birkley. Lucille Hauke. Emma Lukemire, Maude Hawkins, Virginia Coslett, Violet Meyer.
Mary Louise Kitchen, Mae Mette. Jeanette Huddleston, Mary Jane Dignan.
Second row, left to right. Frances Tucker, Dorothy Langland, Dorothy Tucker. Louise Pauly, Clara Wittmeyer Jeanne Clark,
Romilda Steffen. Virginia Long. Martha Hosmer, Rosanna Fries, Mr. Charles L. Brown, Boys' Adviser.
Thinl roy-, 1911 m righlg William Dallruan, Mrs, Mary H. Stroke, Girls' Adviser: Walter Glnzer, George Wessling, John Fryer.
Fourth row, left to riglzii Ralph Miller, Albert Shrock. Richard Reed, Paul Merz, Norman Unger, Robert Tennison, William
Jones, Russell Martin, Earl Barnes.
Filth row, lejl lo riglir: Robert Wagner, Donald Hersman. Earl Seibert, Robert Johnson, James Ludlow. Robert Worth.
That the Juniors, as Seniors, may accept their challenge nobly, perform
their duties admirably, and be a credit, not only to our high school, but also
to themselves and to their community, is our sincere wish. Their officers
for the year have been as follows:
Robert Johnson. . . ....... President
Robert Worth. . . .Vice President
Martha Hosmer. . . ...... Secretary
Jeanne Clark. .. . .Treasurer
First row, lefl to right: Geneva Howland, Eunice Meyer, Marie Gauselmann, Ruth Pauly. Venus Horton. Betty Beyer. Louise
Van Horn, Anne Fontaine, Virginia Ernsting, Marion Emshofi.
Second row, left to right: Eustace Murphy. Donald Gwynn, Jane Beckett, Muriel Whitaker, Beatrice Merz, June Hanke, Jean
Roberts, Evelyn Arnold, Marianne Glasgow, Madge Fritz. Agnes KOSWI, Bertram Johnson. MiSS Vera L. Nash. Girls'
Third row, left to right: Mr. Lincoln W. Hurst, Boys' Adviser, Robert Glazer, Eugene Wittmeyer, Benjamin Miller, William
Hickman, Jack Shepherd, James Macke, Leonard Partusch, Elmer Willis, Albert Gronback.
Fourth row, left to right: Charles Smith. Harold Clark, James Wolfangel, William Steele, Alvin Glaser, Joe Coslet, Alfred Layman,
Charles Jonas, Henry Kaetzel, Russell Merten.
Fifth row, left to right: Albert Sheldon, Harold Martin, Vern Hartman, William Hawkins, Birch Bruce. David Bevis, Ralph
The Sophomores, as "go getters", have shown their influence on the
life and activities at Anderson. All eyes will follow this group as they
progress through the next two years. We wish them success in future
, undertakings. The officers have been:
Marianne Glasgow.. ....... President
james Macke ..... . . .Vice President
Beatrice Merz. . . ...... Secretary
Joe Coslett .... . . .Treasurer
First row, left to right: Earl Kaetzel, George Lathrop, Merrel Zeter. Georsze Hornschemeier, Roger Wolfangel, Harry Partusch,
Second row. left to right: Charles Taylor, William Daugherty, Chester Tomlinson, Paul Fausz. Earl Bloonineld. Stanley Dean,
Robert Askew, Robert Kendall, Ernest Ester, Harold Gwynn, Ben Martin.
Third row, lefl to righl: Mattie Fulkerson. Norma Lee Millard, Matilda Messmer, Loretta Wolfer, Mae Needles. Vera Stegbuner.
Sara Jane Parks, Edna Mae Clark, Odella Childers, Patsy Parks. Charles Birkley.
Fourth row, left tn right: Gordon Snyder, Jeanette Evans, Virginia Davis, Gladys Dunn, Dolores Winters. Marilyn Kaemnierle.
Agnes Bonoxnini, Carolyn Dunn, Louise Belz, Helen Barnes, Helen Keye, Elinor Hoobler, Ruth Mette. Nettie Mae Svoll.
Fifth rmv.lrfLlorig1hl: Richard Longbottom. Harry Seibert. Winifred Dunn, Miss Elizabeth E. Hines, Girls' Adviser: Ruth
Woolet, Janet Lanier, Charles Dallnian. Edward Marsh, William Green, Mr. Everett E. Miller, Boys' Adviser.
Sixth row, left to right: John Long. Andrew Glasbrenner, Frank Longbottom. Clifford Rittenhouse, Charlotte Dawson. Lillian
Burgess, Betty Corbley, Mary Agnes Kaveney, Frances Burt, Lorraine Davis, William Dunn, James. Mischetl. Curl Mr-
Arthur, Donald Gaffney,
Seventh row, left to right: Harold Young. James Koehler, Eugene Nash, Frank Watson, Lee Richardson. Bert Sniiln. Jack Roth,
roshman C ass
After having adjusted themselves to high school life, the Freshmen
stepped into the swing of things and showed us what the first year can
really do. They put over several splendid enterprises this year with the
following as their class officers:
Marilyn Kaemmerle. , ....... President
jack Long .......... ...... V ice President
Harry Seibert. . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer
First rom. lol! to right: Ruth Hawkins, Earl Barnes, Miss Gertrude Addicott, Adviser: Winifreci Evans, Virginia Buop
Second row, left to right: Eunice Meyer, Marilyn Kaennnerle, Helen Barnes, Vernon Watkins, Raymond Woliangel. Albert Shrock
Third row. left to riglitr James Macke, Richard Reed, Robert Worth, Betty Einsliofl, Ralph Palmer, Jeanne Clark.
Q ant rn Staff
Firsl row, Iv!! lu viglii: Martha Gnnderloy, Louise Hooblcr, Violet Meyer, Miss Gertrude Aciclrcoti. Achim-rg lvlartlia llosinvr,
Belly Cnrfc-lt. Gertrude Hornsclicineic'i'.
S,.,.,,,.,1 ,-mp' 10111 fl, right: Mary Jane Dignan. Virginia Long, Maude Hawkins. Lucille Hanks-, Evelyn Arnold, Jeanette Evans,
Third mir, Ieli to riulit: Jaines Wolfangel. Joseph Cosleti, Martha Purtnscli. Daniel Bonciick. Rosvinary Hess. Harold I-lowland,
Fviirlli rout left In riglit: Roger Ayer, Robert Glazcr. William Dallinan, Robert Johnson, Richard Longbottoin. George Shean-
lam! 1-mr, Inf! In Vuflllz lluum- lluulylvr, lilllllN13l'fiX'l'Cl', Bn-115' Criflvll, Miss Vc-ra M. Nawlx, Junior Aclvisvlt Mrs. Fl0l'0lli't' W.
Bath. Sw-nun' Aalrlm-1'1 WlIllll'l'Kl l'I','ans, livtly Emslmll, Ruth Hawkins.
S 1-mul rmr, lvl! fn ruflrl' lVla1'1vl.1p1ml1:w, LOlllS0 Pauly, Ervlyn Arnold, Eunirtc Mvyvr, Dorothy Lanuland. Marlannv Glasgow,
Murllia l'arlusr'l1, Gvrlrmh- lln1'11sm'l1D1x1vlvl'.
lhnzl rmu. lvl! In rmlzl .lf-uxnxv Clark. linsvinary llms, Alum Bf'l'W1l1lL.i0l', Virginia Bump, Barbara Cunnvll. Virginia Coxlvil.
H1-lty l.uu Clark. l-In-lyn Hluumllvlcl.
lwurlll y-mr. lf!! lu r-mln Martha Gumln-rloy, lilnlna Llllcvmvivr, Jvanellc Huddlvslon, Mau- Mrllv,
Fnzsf run' IMI If' rwhl Agn:-5 Kwtviy Mary Agnus Kavenvy, Billy Corlslvv. lVI1':.. l"lm's-lu-v W. llalli, Svllllll' Aclrlscii Miss Yora
'VI Nash, .Iunumr AllllSl'l', llvlvn Kr-yv. Vvra Sl,c-ghallvr, Edna Mar Clark.
S1-mmf! run' If-ll lu rfylzf Alan:-s Bunomnn. Bully Ba-yor. Lorvua Vvoavvr. Ruth Pauly, Gvnvxa Ilowlnnri. Ruth lviwltv, Lorvlta
Wullvr, Mnriffn Fllllfwllllli-,
'I'l:n'1l rvur, Ir!! In rmlrli .lr-:nu-Irv Evans, Vll'l.1ilIl1l Davis. Gladys Dunn, lin-lvn Barnvs. .Ianvl Lanlvr, Doloros Wlllll'l'S, Marilyn
Kas-mln:-1'lv'. lSv:1t1'1m'f- lvlvrz,
lfmfrllf rim-, lull In v-mill Nvllu- Mal' Small. Sara Jam- Parka. Palsy Parks. Oda-lla Clnlcll-rs, Malllrla Mr-ssnu-r, Murial Wlnlalu-r.
Marlv Gausvlman. i"l'llIll'Pb Burl.
l"1flI1 rmr, Iwfl In rrgfhl Louisv 15012, Elinor Hooblvr,
Firsl row. lefi to right: Joe Coslett. James Breitenstein, William Dallinan, Douglas Ernsting, Mr. J. Garner Srofe, Adviscrg
Daniel Bondick, Harold Van Saun, Vernon Watkins,
Second row, left to riqlif' Donald Moore, Leo Glasgow, Paul Merz, Robert Johnson, James Wolfer, Raymond Wolfangel. James
Wolfangel, William Buleu.
Third row, left to right: Russell Merten, John Fryer, Robert Worth, Harold Howland, Richard Recd.
First row, left io right: Eugene Wittmeyer, Ruth Nordyke. Richard Longbottoin. Ruth Hawkins, Albert Shrock, Marilyn Kaeni-
inerlv, Harry Haniinel.
Sec-:md row. le!! tu right: Mr. Latimer Obee, Assistant Coach: Ralph Palmer, Robert Glazer. George Slxerilisliaiifr, R ' d
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Wolfangel, Daniel Bondick, Mrs. Florence W. Bath, Coach.
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Frou! mm, left fo righl: Alma Berwanger, Marianne Glasgow, Virginia Buop, Captain: Martha Partusch, Dorothy Lungiand.
Sm-urirl row, If-fl in right' .Ie-uiic-Liv Evanis. Patsy Parks. Muriel Whitaker, Marilyn Kar-innierlv. Gladys Dunn, Mr. Charles L,
Tlizrrl 1'n1n,l1-fl Irs riylzl' Jam-t, Luiilvr, Assistant Managr-rg Odelia Childers, Evelyn Arnold, Virginizi Davis. Eunice Moyer,
i rls' Basketball
With a team composed almost entirely of inexperienced freshmen we started out on
a difficult season with about three weeks' practice. Fighting against taller and more experi-
enced girls, the team came through the season with three victories, one tie, and eleven
defeats. The young team showed the fine sportsmanship and fighting spirit so well known
to Andersonians. Being on the short end of the scoring did not make the girls give up, but
they continued to do their best and Fight it out to the finish. This was particularly true in
two instances: First, at the Mt. Healthy game although trailing at the half, after a few
words from Brownie, the girls went out and won with a score of 23-14: and again in the St.
Bernard game after a hard-fought battle, the game ended in a tie score of 18-18.
The girls showed promise of renewing the lighting Spirit of Anderson again next year, and elected Dorothy
Langlanrl as Captain, a girl who has already proved herself capable of the position given her. They also awarded
a trophy to Virginia Buop and Martha Partusch as an expression of the team's appreciation of the outstanding
achievement of these two girls.
The players who will receive letters are: Virginia Buop, Martha Partusch, Alma Berwanger. Marianne Glas-
gow, who incidently was high scorer of the year with 125 points, Jeanne Clark. Dorothy Langland, Ruth Nordyke,
Helen Barnes, Marilyn Kaemmerle, Muriel Whitaker, and the manager, Eunice Meyer, Those receiving numer-
als are: Jeanette Evans, Virginia Davis, Patsy Parks, Evelyn Arnold, Gladys Dunn, and Odella Childers.
It is always hard for even an experienced coach to take inexperienced girls and to develop a winning team
within the short period of one basketball season. We feel that "Brownie" has done an excellent piece of work.
We appreciate his patience in the face of repeated defeats and we are proud to have worked under a man who
continued to encourage us and to work with us when it must have seemed at times a hopeless task. We know that
he will be rewarded for his efforts by the excellent quality of the material he will have to work with next year.
The Seniors who will no longer be seen in action at Anderson are: Ruth Nordyke, Virginia Buop. Alma
Berwanger, and Martha Partusch, They wish Anderson a Farewell and the Best of Luck for the coming years.
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First mir, left to right: Russel Merten, William Dallman, Leo Glasgow, Harold Ilhardt. Captain: Walter Glazer, Paul Klein.
Second row, left to right: Robert Worth, James Macke, Douglas Ernsting, Earl Barnes, Franklin Clark, Earl Seibert, Harold
Howland, Mr. Charles L, Brown, Coach.
Third row, left to right: Charles Dallman, Harry Seibert. Benjamin Martin, Harold Young, William Daugherty, Jack Long.
Considering the per-cent of games won and lost and the number of points scored by
Anderson, as compared to the per-cent won and lost and points scored by their opponents,
this year's squad can be considered quite successful. Everyone greatly admired their
sportsmanship, courage, and good cheer throughout the past season. Special attention
must be brought to their honest acknowledgement of defeat. Even when the going was
rough and victories few and far between, the boys' team was full of fight and confident
of the sportsmanship that carried them through the season.
In the Hrst round of the tournament, which was played at North College Hill, Ander-
son was fortunate enough to draw a bye. In the second round they were defeated by
St. Bernard by the score of 25 to 22. This game proved to be a close one throughout the
entire period, and one couldn't help admiring the courageous attitude taken by our boys.
During the regular season our boys won 11 out of 16 starts and scored 476 points against 392 scored by
their opponents. We must give much credit to Coach Brown for this fine success and, for his willingness to help
at all times. With brightest prospects for next year, with a fine schedule, and with good material with which
to work, we wish Coach Brown and the entire squad all the SUCCESS p0SSible.
Those bovs who will receive letters are: Harold Ilhardt, Leo Glasgow, Walter Glazer, William Dallman,
Paul Klein, Russell Merten, Dougas Ernsting, Earl Barnes, Frank Clark, and Earl Seibert. Those who will re-
ceive numerals are: Harry Seibert, Charles Dallman, Harold Young, William Daugherty, Jack Long and Ben
Much credit must be given to Leo Glasgow, not only for his scoring of 123 points, but also for his loyalty and
the support he gave to his team mates. The team selected Harold Ilhardt and William Dallman as the two out-
standing players. William Dallman was also elected the captain for the year 38-39.
The boys leaving this year are: Ilhardt, Glasgow, Klein, Ernsting, and Clark. These boys wish future
teams and Coach Brown all the success and luck in the world.
The capable managers, Harold Howland, Robert Worth, and James Macke, who gave a great deal of their
time and energies to our team, are to be greatly complimented for their splendid cooperation at all times.
P rx! row, Irfl In riqhli Wnltf-r Glaze-r, William Dallman, Harold Ilhardt, Captain: Edward Marsh. Daniel Bondivk, Douglas
mum! ruin, lull In rryhli Mr. Clmrlvs L. Brown, Coanlig Harry Seibe-rt, Earl Baines, Leo Glasgow, Jzunes Macl-:lx Harold Howland.
Basketball is such a popular sport that sometimes we are apt to forget that other
sports are carried on at Anderson. In the spring there are track and baseball and in the
fall there is softball, which is a game very similar to regular baseball. There are, however,
a few important differencesg some of which are: the diamond used is smaller: there is an
extra playing position known as "short-center field": the ball used is about two times as
large as a baseball and much softer: and, in addition, there are slight differences in the
rules, especially in those pertaining to base running.
We feel that those who have not yet seen any of the soft ball games will find them interesting to watch:
so come out and "boost" the team next fall.
The boys opened the 1937-1938 season after a short session of practice by winning their First game from
Madeira by a score of 12 to 6. In their second game with Deer Park they showed signs of developing into a
hard fighting team by defeating the opponents 9 to 3.
One of the most important units in a softball team is the unit consisting of the pitcher and catcher, which
is known as a battery. Harold Ilhardt and Walter Glazer were a battery which gave a "spark" of life to the
whole team and "electrified" the fans with its continued excellent performance. Ernsting as pitcher relieved
The fact that most of the games were played on the home diamond may have given our boys a slight ad-
vantage though we felt that their successful season-they finished in second place in the eastern division of
Hamilton County--was due in a large part to their team Work and hard playing.
The team consisted of Daniel Bondick. Leo Glasgow, Harold Ilhardt, William Dallman, james Macke,
Douglas Ernsting, Earl Barnes, Walter Glazer, Ben Martin. Edward Marsh, Earl Seibert, and Norman Unger,
The games were attended by many Anderson rooters and each game was well played from the sidelines by
the excited fans.
Next fall we are looking forward to another series of closely contested games and we hope that many of you
who have never had the pleasure of seeing a softball game will join us at that time.
GIRLS' BASKETBALL BOYS' BASKETBALL
. . . . .Anderson 25, Deer Park 26
... . . .Anderson 15, Sycamore 13
Anderson 22, Amelia 28
Anderson 17, Madeira 22
Dec. 10. .
. . .Anderson 14, Terrace Park 21
....Anderson 13, St. Bernard 27
Anderson 19, Loveland 32
. . . .Anderson 23, Mt. Healthy 14
. . .Anderson 8, Amelia 31
.Anderson 9, Sycamore 19
. .Anderson 6, Madeira 26
.Anderson 14, Colerain 9
. . .Anderson 18, Terrace Park 29
....Anderson 18, St. Bernard 18
. . . . . .Anderson 23, Loveland 29
.Anderson 28, Alumni 30
Anderson 25, Sycamore 41
Madeira 6 ,
Deer Park 4
Madeira 0 .
Jan. 7 ....
Nov. 12 .... Anderson 33, Deer Park 17
Nov. 19 ...... Anderson 38, Sycamore 24
Nov. 23 ........ Anderson 26, Amelia 14
......Anderson 31, Madeira 21
.Anderson 24, Terrace Park 32
Dec. 17 ..... Anderson 27, St. Bernard 24
Dec. 21 ....... Anderson 16, Loveland 8
Dec. 29 .... Anderson 39, Mt. Healthy 25
. . . . . .Anderson 25, Amelia 28
. . . .Anderson 25, Sycamore 37
.. ...Anderson 37, Madeira 21
Jan. 22 ....... Anderson 19, Colerain 17
Anderson 24, Terrace Park 36
. . .Anderson 32, St. Bernard 27
. . . . .Anderson 27, Loveland 30
Feb. 12 ....... Anderson 27, Lockland 25
Feb. 19 .... Anderson 22, St. Bernard 25
9 .... . . .Anderson 3
... ...Anderson 7
. . . . .Anderson 6
. . . . . .Anderson 5
. .... Anderson 5
. . . .... Anderson 11
The Carthage Field Track Meet is the big event of the spring. This
year much interest is being shown in the team that will go from Anderson.
With such boys as Leo Glasgow, Walter Glazer, Earl Barnes, Douglas Ern-
sting, Daniel Bondick, Vernon Watkins, and Paul Klein, Harold Howland,
and Richard Longbottom on the squad we are confident that there will be a
few records broken and many ribbons brought back.
Not so much has been said, as yet, about the girls' team, but they too,
seem very much interested and we feel sure that, with their pep and enthus-
iasm, they will make a good showing for Anderson.
This year's baseball squad under a new management, Coach Hurst, will
face a rather strenuous schedule. Members of the last season team who are
returning again this year are: Harold Ilhardt, James Macke, William Dall-
man, Earl Seibert, Harry Seibert, Paul Klein, Frank Clark, Earl Barnes,
Walter Glazer, and Ben Martin. With such fine new material, Coach Hurst
has high hopes of a very successful season. Anderson's cheering section
is standing by, ready for service at any time needed. Best of luck wished
if e 1938 schedule follows:
M ,April 8 ............. .... A nderson at St. Bernard
' April 15 .... ,... T errace Park at Anderson
April 21 .... ...... S ycamore at Anderson
April 29 .... ............ A nderson Bye
May 3 ..... Deer Park at Anderson
May Q . . . ................. Anderson at Loveland
Anderson at Madeira
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Vacations over. Glad to get back? Welcome, Mr. Blough!
The complicated schedules have got us down.
Schedu'es finally straightened out. Our big exec. placed in a girls'
Seniors sing and Mr. Srofe asks if anyone has even been in the Mans-
field Corrective Institute.
Posies displayed by the Garden Club.
Back again for second week. Hurrah! No Civics!. Mr. Srofe absent.
Miss Nash at Carthage preparing the booth.
The big rush is on! Rush for places on the Annual Staff.
Girl Reserves go Hollywood.
A day off-Carthage Fair. Anderson represented in a float, led the
Everyone pretty well used to the routine by now.
Out 45 minutes early. P. T. A. meeting. We beat Medeira in soft
First Girl Reserve meeting. jobs on Lantern Staff offered to public.
Mr. Ringo here to take group pictures.
A new system of Student Government instituted. Anderson lost a
A great senior argument in progress for class colors. Senior oFFicers
elected. junior Cass Play try-outs.
Cast of Junior Class Play announced.
Cecil officially announced as Senior Class Mascot.
Seniors select colors and motto. Lantern appointments made. Girl
Reserve Mothers' Tea.
Seniors give Mr. Srofe "the big apple," but the Civics papers had
already been graded. Anderson won a softball game.
Sophomore Bake Sale. 523.00 profit.
Community Council Meeting.
Mr. Hoy, the engraver, here with plans for the Annual. First Skating
Party. Oops! Did you fall?
Girl Reserve meeting. Big laugh over the pictures from Mr. Ringo.
A sailor takes the Senior girls by storm.
Girl Reserve Hobo Hike! It rained and everything. Lantern contest
No school. Thanks, Columbus.
First six weeks' exams. The Sophomores are in a perpetual state of
Freshies in baby caps and bibs. Freshy dance--Hurrah for the big
The day after the night before. One sixth of the year gone.
P. T. A. Meeting. A motion for more and better dances at Anderson
Mr. Brown makes first cut in girls' team.
Everyone sad. Miss Hines is leaving us for Withrow.
juniors win Lantern Contest. Everyone has a headache trying to
figure new grading system.
S. W. O. T. A. meeting-No school. 4-H Club banquet.
Lantern Staff meets and the precious manuscript is sent away.
Junior Class play dress rehearsal. Welcome, Miss Perin.
"Slightly Delirious" is tops in dramatic productions.
Cheerleaders chosen at pep meeting.
The magician mystifies everyone and his tiny dogs make quite a hit.
Why didn't they put Russel in that box. Girl Reserve Skating Party.
Armistice Day. No school.
First basketball game of the season.
Boy Scout Fish Fry.
First dance tickets on sale. First Lantern 05 the press!
School out early for a P. T. A. meeting.
Second game-the teams trounced Sycamore.
Amelia comes to Anderson-Victories divided.
Impressive Thanksgiving assembly. Girl Reserves visit the Home of
the Incurables. The Old Clothes dance proves a grand success. Swing
Thanksgiving Day. No school. That turkey hit the spot and now
for the turkey hash.
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Girl Reserves start out right by singing carols.
First dancing class! Are we Fred Astaires?
The teams make their First journey. It was too much for the girls, but
the boys swept on victoriously.
P. T. A. Carnival. joe Coslett turns out to be a pretty good fortune
teller-ask Mr. Blough.
Another Girl Reserve Skating party at Norwood.
The doll display attracts wide attention.
The boys' winning streak is broken at Terrace Park.
Potato day. First grader walks off with the prize.
A bigger and better Lantern comes out. Pictures of outstanding
A Hying squirrel visits Anderson as Mr. Carl Maslowski gives an
illustrated nature talk.
Girl Reserve Turkey supper. Ahl those dishes.
P. T. A. Christmas program. The Andys soundly defeated Loveland,
but the girls' score was reversed.
Girl Reserve Christmas dance. Oh, the mistletoe!
Hi-Y-Girl Reserve White Gift Christmas Assembly. Christmas bas-
kets distributed by Hi-Y members. Caroling party. Did that hot
chili hit the spot!
School c'osed for the holidays.
Teams go to Mt. Healthy, to return smiling.
Happy New Year! Have you made your resolutions?
Back to school. Santa brought the usual number of new sweaters.
Seniors decided to have their pictures taken at Shillito's.
The Annual Staff visit Miss Hines and Miss Addicott. We'll vouch
for their cooking.
Both teams return from Amelia downcast. You guess what happened.
Annual contest is begun with a great amount of ballyhooing.
Harold Van Saun officially christened t'Click".
Both of Anderson's teams met defeat at Sycamore.
The first proofs from Shillito's arrive!! The oohs and ahs! sound
through the halls.
P. T, A. Meeting-Men's covered dish supper. Can they cook!!
Exams begin. How we wish we had studied. Three days vacation for
The Madeira teams journey to Anderson. The girls carry back a
victory, but the boys-that's another story.
The Andys make the long trip to Colerain for two victories.
The juniors look at new class rings.
A controversy rages within the Junior class as to which ring they want,
Girl Reserves begin their 'fCharm School" with a lecture about coiffure.
Farmers' Institute. Last day for Seniors to have their pictures taken.
Those joy spreading reports go home today. The Bulldogs played
hosts to the Andys.
A Womanless Wedding culminates the Institute. Our dads surely did
make good-looking women.
Girl Reserves and their friends skate at Norwood.
Ground-hog sees his shadow, more winter predicted. Shi1lito's send a
representative to take group pictures. Look pretty now!
juniors finally agree and sign the ring contract,
The smallest horse in the world and his master, Clene La Rue, visit
school. Anderson plays host to St. Bernard.
The ad committee begins its important job of selling ads for the
Lantern Staff meeting tonight. Third Lantern goes to press.
In the second of the Girl Reserve A'Charm School" lectures Mrs. Flynn
speaks on complexion.
Anderson makes a sad visit to Loveland.
The boys play the most spectacular game of the season with Lockland.
Valentine Day. Gee! the candy was good. so say the girls.
P. T. A. Meeting today. School's out 45 minutes early.
The annual contest is well under wav.
Seniors and juniors have a vocational guidance assembly this morning.
County tournament begins. The boys draw a bye so everyone stays
home and goes to bed early.
Sycamore eliminates the girls from the tournament.
The third Lantern comes out. Miss Madden speaks to the high school
on etiquette. Valentine dance tonight. Everyone has a keen time,
especially Dipsy Doodle.
Washington gives us a holiday.
Dr. Ada Arlett from the University speaks to the girls on the value of
The W. P. A. Symphony Orchestra visits Anderson and presents a
program of superb music with Mr. Sanger as its capable director,
The Senior girls begin talking about Howers and dresses.
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Representatives talk to the girls agout graduation bouquets. Another
Girl Reserve skating party.
The girls decide on their flowers and dresses. Baseball steps in.
Those bothersome exams are here again! !
Hurrah for the Sophomores!! They won the Annual contest.
P. T. A. Ham supper.
First regular Annual staff meeting tonight. Robert Worth selected as
Spring is in the air. Everyone has that far away look in his eye.
Another staff meeting. Ah! the life of a Senior is a hectic one.
The state trooper speaks on Safety at the assembly. Scroop awards the
prize money to the Sophomores. Grade cards at home again.
Girl Scouts turn Indians for a night.
Another Staff meetingg money for ads exceed the amount in 1937.
Representatives show invitations and the Seniors make their selection.
P. T. A. meeting. School is dismissed 45 minutes early.
Seniors take their I. Q. tests today.
St. Patrick's Day. See all the green dresses and ties. Regular Irish
Manual Arts boys sponsor a movie at the Elstun. Music festival.
Athletic Banquet. Watch for all the letters Monday. Presentation of
letters open to the public.
Senior Class Play under consideration.
Girl Reserves have a Style Talk sponsored by Shillito's. The boys
like the model better than the clothes.
St. Patrick's dance. Everyone sees green instead of red but we all
had a good time.
Anderson Township Garden Club sponsors an evening of one-act plays.
The Seniors have class play try-outs. Ah! this suspense is terrible.
April Fool's Day. Hi-Y-Girl Reserve Conference begins and cast of
the class plav is announced.
Senior scholarshin tests. Now we realize how little we know.
Another trip to the Norwood Rink.
Miss Garnett Knight speaks to the Girl Reserves about posture.
Everv pupil tests. Have we imnroved during the year?
The Zoo visits Anderson in pictures.
Lantern Staff meeting tonight. The last Lantern goes to press. The
Staff celebrates. American Observer test-Someone studied!
Those exams are here again. Hurrah! They're the last ones for the
Good Fridav. No school today.
Easter Sunday. Everyone sports a new Easter bonnet.
Red's opening game. P. T. A. supper tonight. The women serve the
Girl Reserve meeting. Officers for next year are elected. Good luck.
Seniors begin their activities with a hamburger fry and what a ham-
burger fry! !
Grade cards go home again. Physical Education Exhibition Night.
,lust another day of school.
The ,luniors are all excited. Whispered plans go from ear to ear.
The Seniors' edition of the Lantern comes out.
Eighth Grade State Exam is over again.
Girl Reserve Ceremonial at the Cherry Grove U. B. Church.
We all go to the Norwood Rink for the last time this year.
The Lantern sponsors a movie at the Elstun-"Manproof."
Library-everyone turn in his books.
The Seniors have a theater party and talk of nothing but graduation.
The annual Mother and Daughter Bnquet in the lunchroom. Several
students journey to Miami for the district scholarship tests.
Plans for graduation begin to shape up.
Intensive work on the class play is begun.
The Lantern staff spend their money on one great big, grand, collossal,
Junior-Senior Banquet-Food and music were collossal. We had gobs
P. T. A. have their last meeting of the year.
Girl Reserves have the installation of new olilicers.
Senior Class Play dress rehearsals. Remember the worse the dress
rehearsal, the better the play.
Senior Chapel today. Class Play tonight. It smashed all records! !
It won't be long now. Oh! those lucky seniors to get out of the finals.
Graduation rehearsal. Be sure to walk slow and don't trip or chew
The Night of Nights! Graduation! !
The seniors have a sunrise breakfast and did we look sleepy and feel
it too. Record day for the teachers and graduation for the eighth
School's out! ! ! l
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