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FIRST ROWAreading left to right: D. Sargent, E. Lukemeir, B. Tonnes, W. Iohnson, D. Parrott, D. Weich
hand, I. Bruce, M. Weqner, I. C. Owens, D. Hill.
SECOND ROW: M. Lathrop, Miss V. Nash, I. Phillips, I. M. Lippolis, E. Taylor, B. Martin, L. Darnell, W
Williams, R. Miller, B. Thornton, L. Nielsen, L. Fausz, M, Wiler, R. Sipe, B. I. Roth, M. Sullivan
R. Iolley, Mr. G. Duvall, L. Meyer.
THIRD ROW: G. Weaver, E. Motz, A. Messmer, F. Kirk, R. Marsh, R. Killen, D. Bartels, W. Maxstaedt, S
Rusk, K. Merten, P. Connell, R. Burnes.
FOURTH ROW: H. Kuhn, M. Iackson, D. Shellabarqer, H. Wittmeyer, P. Potter, E. Metzger, I. C. Ester
W. Murphy, D. Kurzynski, V. Green, M. Klose, I, Dumonte, F. Keel.
FIRST ROW: W. Roller, E. Etienne, W. Spencer, H. Barkhau, E. Arnold, G. Hill, I. Leuser, W. Beck, A
Berwanger, E. Brown, H. Fille, R. Burns, I. Dalheimer, R. Hallet, R. Hopper.
SECOND ROW: M. IolleY, I. Denton, A. Guynn, G. Deavers, C. Boberq, E. Barnes, I. Evans, D. Fraley
L. Brock, M. Parker, H. Fannin, I. Owerrs, D. Morris.
THIRD ROW: M. Willis, Miss R. Perin, D. Smith, I. Wiley, F. Sperlo, B. I. Lane, L. Mefiord, G. Pauly, D
Patterson, L. O'Banion, W. Fryman, M. E. Fitzpatric, M. I. Taylor, B. Iackson, A. Kapp, R. Knip-
plinq, W, Miller, T. Newell.
FOURTH ROW: P. Hill, I. McDouqald, A. Seibert, B. Wegner, D, Miller, I. Ionas, T. Newberry, M. Stanqe
R. Heilman, I. Martin, M. Larsen, W. Dcan, E. Hiqqenbothen.
FIFTH ROW: W. Duvall, C. Ienkins, W. Hartmann, T. Evans, R. Koppman, I. Angus, G. Hill, I. Collins, C
Meyer, B. Richardson, I. Richey, R. Staqqenborq.
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UNDERCLASSES fo whom we
Iames Truitt ...,......,.,,........,..........,... ......... . President lack Richey .....,A............................,..,....,...... President
Lela Fausz ,,,.,...........,.......,............, Vice-President Wade Hartman ....A.......,.,,.,,,,.,,.. Vice-President
Lois lean Nielsen .... Secretary-Treasurer
HE Sophomore Class of '41 had be-
come well accustomed to high
school life, by the time their second
year of it was about to begin.
This Sophomore Class was notably
represented in the school's activities.
Sophomores held important offices in
the Hi-Y Club, Girl Reserves, Girls'
Athletic Association, and Latin Club.
The football heroes were lames Tru-
itt, Harold Kuhn, and Donald Shella-
barger. Sheldon Rusk was the only
Sophomore on the Varsity Basketball
Kenneth Merten and Maurice lack-
son certainly were invaluable members
to the Reserve Basketball Team this
At an assembly in March the English
class gave a Travel Program for the oth-
er three classes. Almost every member
of the class participated in this program.
The Sophomores ended their success-
ful year by sponsoring a class picnic
Where they completed their year by
showing a fine spirit.
Fred Weiss ......,... ....,...... S ecretary-Treasurer
HOSE sixty-nine Freshmen proved
to be a valuable addition to the high
Under the guidance of Miss Perin and
Mr. Drake, the Freshmen were extreme-
ly active. Very thrilled and excited they
attended the successful Freshman Party.
They are probably the most enthusias-
tic class about all sports, participating
in them and getting results. The girls
Walked off C?l with the hockey cham-
pionship and the boys made up the
biggest part of the Reserve Basketball
Team. And the Freshmen don't think it
unmannerly to yell yourself hoarse
rooting for your home team, so they
proved grand supporters for Anderson's
ln addition to this, the Freshmen were
no black sheep in the scholastic field
and many things are expected of them
in the coming years.
This class is one to do things together
as a group, so, because of this spirit and
unity, Anderson is proud of the Fresh-
man Class of 1941.
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