Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1941

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Juniors FIRST ROW: W. Hundley, P. Newell, R. Lawson, V. Dunn, P. Emshoff, M. Hubke, L. Beyer, C. Richardson, L, Ionas, I. Ballman, A. Wolfer. SECOND ROW: E. Whitaker, Mrs. Struke, H. Biggs, R. Silvers, I. Munz, B. Harris, R. Henry, M. Richardson, M. Seibert, M. Fehl, K. Glassbrunner, L. Rush, B, Fithen, S. Williams, C. Betcher, Mr. Brown. THIRD ROW: D. Fairbanks, M. Parks, F. Van Frank, B. Whitlatch, M. Williams, H, Bondick, L. Wolfanqle, C. Fontaine, M. Redic, VV. Pauly, A. Steffen. FOURTH ROVv': H. Brooks, R. Fralick, L. Elters, VV. Layman, H. Hack, E. Kaetzel, I. Owens, H. Merten, W. Iohnson, H. Seibert, A. Sheanshang, R. Lewis. T Was a clear September day, in the down to actual work, after their summer autumn of l938, that a frightened group of boys and girls were getting their first view of actual high school life. It 'was from that moment that they be- gan to anxiously plan a full, active pro- gram for their Iunior year, that each and every one would long remember. As they reached the end of their Sopho- more year, they realized that their anx- iously awaited moment had at last ar- rived. Vacation was over, and at last they were full fledged luniors under the experienced guidance and helpfulness of their beloved lunior advisers, Mrs. Struke and Mr. Brown. After the rush and hustle of getting vacation was over, they began to work diligently on their first big event, the lunior Class Play. With hard Work and earnest endeavor they finally produced "Growing Pains," truly a dramtic tri- umph for the lunior Class. The time that all Iuniors look forward to arrivedp it was time to choose their rings. Again the originality of the lun- iors blossomed forth with a style ring that will serve as an example to all com- ing classes. The rings were of a satin finish with the Anderson crest on the top, and the numeral "42" set in onyx on either side of the crest. This year, boys' intramural basket-

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l, Bob Kendall, do hereby will and bequeath my pills to Martha Fehl. I, Helen Keye, do hereby will and bequeath my love for memorizing poetry to Mrs. Bath. l, lack Long, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play football to Louis Meier. I, Matilda Messmer, do hereby will and bequeath my dates to Larry Elfers. l, Bichard Longbottom, do hereby will and bequeath my solid geometry answer key to Lois Nielsen. l, Buth Mette, do hereby will and bequeath my glasses to anyone who will take them off my hands-cheap. l, Carl McArthur, do hereby will and bequeath my curly hair to Bill Cut- singer. l, Norma Lee Millard, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to carry a tune to Walter Colt. l, lames Misheff, do hereby will and bequeath my green Ford to Walter Hundley. I, Helen Newberry, do hereby will and bequeath my history outline to Betty Tonnes. l, Carl Morris, do hereby will and bequeath my old suits to Mr. Herron. I, Sarah Parks, do hereby will and bequeath my magnificent strut to Doro- thy Staley. l, Harry Partusch, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to sleep in class- es to Eric Etienne. l, Mildred Schomberg, do hereby will and bequeath my drumsticks to Bet- ty lo Lane. l, Clifford Bittenhouse, do hereby will and bequeath my love for afternoon siestas to Bill Murphy. l, Nettie Scott, do hereby will and bequeath my pleasure at meeting new boys to Mary Sullivan. l, Charles Taylor, do hereby will and bequeath my ruler for shooting rub- ber bands in solid geometry class to Pop Fralich. l, Loretta Wolfer, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play chop- sticks to Dot Hill. l, Frank Watson, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to make the best of a dark situation to Russell Lewis. l, Buth Woolet, do hereby will and bequeath my black hair to Betty lack- son. l, Harold Young, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname of "Fancy Dan" to Mr. Herron. t l, Harry Seibert, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play basket- ball to Paul Potter. l, Frances Burt, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to stay awake to lay C. Ester. l, Merrell Zeter, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to warm the bench to Herman Brooks. 23



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u to f e w o will om Pla JUNIOR OFFICERS William Cutsinger ......,,............. ,........ P resident Iames Owens ,,A,,......,, ,....,.......,.. V ice-President Ellenor Whitaker ,....... Secretary-Treasurer ball was again revived, and who should emerge victors, with an undefeated cam- paign, but the Junior A team? In con- nection with the subject of basketball, we can proudly point to the fact that the lunior Class placed four members on the varsity team, three being on the first team. The luniors can also proudly point to the fact that one of their fellow classmen received one of the most valu- able player awards. We mean, of course, Arthur Merten, known to the hard working C?D students of Anderson as "Art," May l7f-a big moment in the well- balanced schedule of an active Iunior. At last the long talked of Iunior-Senior Prom. There amid the fairyland theme, Romeos whispered sweet nothings into the ears of their Iuliets. lt was with this, the biggest of all Iunior activities, that they realized that their Iunior year was fast approaching its end. lt was indeed a thrill for most of them as they repre- sented by their president, William Cut- singer, accepted the symbolic key at a very impressive Senior Chapel. Climaxed by a successful class picnic of fellowship and good times they had finished forever the Iunior Class of '4l. To Mrs. Struke and Mr. Brown, whose patience, comradeship and understand- ing guided them through what will un- doubtedly be one of the greatest years of their youth, the lunior Class qives a warm hearted "Thanks"

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