Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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llEWillL'n LEW-FB "' . " YQW fl -1'H"F . in-4 'll-L'1'iilYJlllL'CWl' ig, 4 E 4 1 3 E n ! N 1 l I ! 43 Published Hg 'Me Semin Home iadmwn 'faeaacdqe Scion! ?cvze4Zu6!Ze, Odda Volume 14 .......4-.. 'x x, X x. -X . x s-gf .X A X r '3' ,- Deddcmfchn fb. '1 V if x if 43 if if if EMM: Z. wuyda Fuuagaal For God and horne and native land The call comes strong and clear. Prom icy isle and desert sand To fight for country dear. Your friends of former years are there To hold the flag you Trust. Oh! class of forty-three, beware- We can, we Will, We must! ROBERT E. WRIGHT ir 5 'A' 7 if at if 43 if if if FIRST ROW- -Pauline Martin, Bonnie O'Donne1l, Robert E. Wriqht, Alma Murphy, Gertrude Addir ott SECOND ROWfVora Nash, Harold Maddux, Stephen Smalley, Ioset Rudolph Miry Struke Elemor Graham. THIRD ROW-Charles Brown, Richard Herron, Myron Gire, C. R. lackson. iq! MR. ROBERT E. WRIGHT Principal MISS VERA M. NASH Senior Girls' Adviser English l, ll, IV Latin MR. CHARLES I.. BROWN Senior Boys' Adviser Biology Boys' Physical Education World History Ancient History MRS. MARY H. STRUKE lunior Girls' Adviser Spanish English I, Ill MR. MYRON GIRE lunior Boys' Adviser Industrial Arts MISS BONNIE O'DONNELI. Sophomore Girls' Adviser Bookkeeping Shorthand Typing General Business MR. C. R. IACKSON Sophomore Boys' Adviser Science Chemistry Aeronautics Physics MISS PAULINE MARTIN Freshman Girls' Adviser Home Economics English I MISS ELEANOR GRAHAM Freshman Boys' Adviser Mathematics fa, W' Scdaal MISS GERTRUDE L. ADDICOTT BX MISS ALMA MURPHY 7X MR. STEPHEN B. SMALLEY BY MR. HAROLD MADDUX 7Y 'k6i if if if 43 if af af FIRST ROW4Alice Kaiserman, Ioyce Danenhauer, Ieanette Kinney, Mary Laugh, VITQIHIB Noble Lou Anna Knuckles. SECOND ROW-Ivis Hovius, Gertrude Chandler, Georgia Ayer, Mildred Headley, Beiiy Mathxs Beity Hick, Besse Ayer. MRS. GEORGIA AYER BX MRS. BESSE AYER 6Y MISS GERTRUDE CHANDLER 5X MISS BETTY MATHIS SY MISS BETTY HICK 4X MISS VIRGINIA NOBLE 4Y 7 Mrss MARY LAUGH ax Miss Lou I-INNA xNUc1cLEs 3Y Mrss Amen xmsznmxn 2x Miss MILDRED HEADLEY 2Y Miss IEANNETTE KINNEY IX MISS IVIS HOVIUS IY MISS JOYCE DANENHAUER U 'k7'k Zddflddfg William N. Iudd Fred Weiss Ed I. Hawkins Restore: C. Ayer Edward E. Meye C F F I C E R S President , . ,.,. .,4..n,,.,Wil1iam Iudd Vice-president A, n . ..A. ..,. .. ,... ,Fred Weiss Clerk . . .A in , 4, Edwin I. Hawkins 'k8'k X: P 'L 4 0 5,5 P i A ,QM Zi, he 1"'v Qfafbea 09311 ame 'hue fl?45l F'lltf1T ltf5W--Mfirtlia Vlfoqner, Dolphine Sargent, Wanda lolinson, Dorothy Uhl, Lois Nielsen Kf?I1TlFlll Merten, Harry Wittmeyer, loan Bruce, Betty Thornton, lean Owens, lNinnie Willifirxis lllfmrror Alhert. SECOND ROW - Charles Brown, adviser, Dorothy I-lill, Margaret Lathrop, Lela Fausz, leanne Phillips Dorothy WClf'llllGY1d, Betty Roth, Ida May Lippolis, Vera Nash, adviser. Tlllltll ROW--Donald Shellaharqer, Donald Bartels, lack Dumont, Iames Truitt, Louis Meier Allm-it Mnssrner, Paul Connell. FOUllTll HOW Edmund Motz, William Maxstadt, George Weaver, Donald Kurzynslci, Martin Klose ltalplr l'lllIl1f'S, I' :'sn"1-3' , 31. I - A1 if if if 43 if if 1 In the fall of 1931, sixty-five frightened little first graders entered the huge halls of Anderson Township School. This large school not only included the first eight grades but also four years of high school. The first grade of 1931-32 was divided into two sections as it was too large for one person's supervision. The two groups were under the supervision of Miss Helen Davis and Miss Helen Wingerberger. After struggling with crayons, paper lanterns and the like, we were finally promoted to the second grade. Our second grade advisers were Miss Katherine Etzel and Miss Virginia Long. This year we had a toy band. This was under the direction of Miss Stienle. After having two years at Anderson we were now becoming accustomed to the things that were required of a student. Our third grade advisers were Miss Gertrude Carlson and Miss Mary Laugh. The next year, along with our reading, writing and arithmetic, were added geography and English. This was quite a step in our young lives. Under the instruction of Miss Nancy Foster and Miss Elsie Harmon we completed this year. Now we made a really big step in our school life. We were to be on the second floor. That made us feel rather superior. Our home room teachers were Miss Eleanor Powers and Mrs. Besse Ayer. Instead of having one teacher for all our subjects, we now had a different one for each subject. Our sixth grade advisers were Miss Marjorie Sturm and Mrs. Georgia Ayer. After a year we were then promoted to junior high. Our seventh grade advisers were Miss Nancy Foster and Mr. Harold Obee. -kiii During this year we had a junior high basketball team. Our eighth grade advisers were Miss Gertrude Addicott and Mr. M. I. Ellis. They were not exactly strangers to us because in the previous year they had taught us English and science. Our junior high boys had the champion basketball team in the -county. We sponsored a show at the Elstun Theater called "The Hoosier School Boy." We now had more money than we knew how to spend so we decided to take an educational tour of Cincinnati. We were the first class to take such a tour. Now the biggest day of our lives arrived: graduation from grade school into high school. This took place in the spring of '39. Our freshman advisers were Miss Ruth Perin and Mr. David Drake. The sophomores gave us a delightful fresh- man party and initiation. The next year we were sophomores and now upper- classmen. Our advisers were Miss Vera Nash and Mr. Gordon Duvall. This year we gave the freshmen a party. As juniors we had for our advisers Mrs. Mary Struke and Mr. Charles Brown. We gave a successful class play, "Miss Collegiate." We gave the seniors, in the way of farewell, a prom. This account brings us up to the present. Now we are seniors and are completing our education at Anderson. Of the group of sixty-five first graders we now have fifteen students who have been here for the entire twelve years. They are: L. Meier, S. Rusk, D. Shell- abarger, I. Truitt, I. Owens, I. Bruce, L. Nielsen, B. Thomton, W. Iohnson, W. Maxstadt, R. Burns, I. Dumont, H. Wittmeyer, D. Bartels and K. Merten. 'lr 'A' ak 'Ir ir ir emhfz Uffchefza I ,, Harry Wiitmeyer, Kenneth Merien. Lois Nielsen President A A ,Kenneth Merten Vice-president A AA A A .Paul Potter Secretary A A A ,AAA Lois Nielsen Treasurer A A Harry Wittmeyer FLOWERS Red Rose and 'White Babys Breath COLORS Red and WhAite MOTTO "To The Stars Through Difficulties" "Ad Astra Per Asperau 'k12'k ik ELEANOR ALBERT "Ellie" Western Hills High l, 27 Annual 47 Lantern 37 Class Play 3, 41 Girl Reserves 3, 4: G. A. A. 3 unonu IEAN Annual Class serves l unedu Club l 2- leading al! 1, 2, 3 arship 4 RALPH BURNES Annual 45 Class l-li-Y 4: Latin 2, Intramurals l Track 4 Senior ship 4 PAUL CONNEL "Perce" Annual 45 Lantern 2, Class President l: Scholarship lg , Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, 3: I Latin Club 2: Football 4 , Mqr,p Basketball 3, 41 Track 47 Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Scholarship 4 1lr13'k ir if 43 if if if f IOHN F. DUMONT "lack" Annual 41 Lantern 3, 4: Scholarship l, Z1 Class Play 3: l-li-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: 4--H l, 2, 31 Senior Scholarship 4 LELA FAUSZ Annual 4, C l a s Class Glee Club Intra- murals ship 4 UGG!-le.. Reserves l Club 2 4, Glee 45 Band l, 2, Band 37 4' Class .,Mamy.. Scholarship l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Basketball 2, Z 3 Baseball 2 WANDA MARIE IOHNSON "Wanda" Annual 4, Girl Reserves lg 4-H 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 47 Class Play 4 i' 'Ir MARTIN KLOSE "Bull" Annual 4: Lantern l: Class Play 3, 4: l-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Baseball l, 3, 4: Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4: Track 4 Upon.. Man- 4: Class 3: I-li-Y Club 1: Club Gavel 4: Scholar- ship ,.MuqqB,. Annual 4 Play 3, 4: 2, 3, 4: G. 4-H l, 2, 3 l: Glee Basketba Squad 3: IDA MAY Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4, serves l, 2, 3, 4: if 43 if if if LOUIS MEIER "LouIe" Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2 KENNETH Annual 4 Class Class Play president Dramatic Z: Band Baseball ship 4 4: Senior Lantern l: Class l-li-Y l, 2: Football 3: Baseball 2: 3, 4: Glee Club l l, Z, 3: U, S. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Semester Senior WILLIAM MAXSTADT EDMUND MOTZ "Ed" "Maxis" Annual 4: Latin Club 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Senior Scholarship 4 Scholarship 2: Senior Schol- arship 4 il4i' li ir af if 43 at if if . Y JW-X 1 - LOIS IEAN NIELSEN "Loie" Annual 4, editor, Lantern 1, 2, co-editor 3, editor 4, Class Class Play 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, 2, Dra- matic Club President 2, 1, Latin Club Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Cheer- leader 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Scholarship 4 Squad IEANNE Phil" Annual Girl F A. Glee Club PAUL POTTER Annual 4- Class 3, Class Officer ship 1, 2, 3: BETTY IANE BOTH "Bet" Lantern 3: Class Play 3, 4: Scholarship 2, Girl Re- serves 2, 3, 4, 4-H 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Scholarship 4 Class Play 3, Girl v1ce-presi- Z, vice- 4-H 1, 2. Club 12, ikl5-'k SHELDON RUSK "Adam" Annual 4, Class Officer 1, Class Play 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, 4-H 1, Z, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball l, Z, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 DELPHINE Annual 4 . 'A Play 4 Q fir in jj, 'R Q. Q . o . N. a-' 1 . 'O' .A , J ,. A. , 1, 2: Foot- -1 A 1- lntramurals lg b usisn 4, Class Play 3, 4, ves 1, 2, 3, 4, Club 2, Glee Club Basketball 1, Cheer- 3, 4, Drum Majorette JAMES TRUITT "lim" Annual 4, Lantern 1, 2, 3, 4, Class president Z, Class Play 3, 4, Scholarship 2, l-li-Y 1, 2, 3, President 4, Dramatic Club 1, Latin Club 2, Debate 1, Glee Club 3, Band 1, 2, 3, All County Band 1, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 2, Basketball 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2, 3: Senior Scholarship 4 1 if f 43 if if f GEORGE H1-Y 4 MARTHA WEGNER Annual 4, Grrl 3, 45 Lanlern 45 3, 4: G, A. . 1, 2, 3: Glee Club Intramurals 1, 2: C inq Squad 3 "Dot" DOROTHY Gxrl Re- 9 A. 4: Class Annual 47 4-H 15 murals 'kl6'k Intra Officer 1: Scholarship 1, Z, 3, Club 25 .,win.. Lantern 1, 2, 3: 4: Class Play 3, 4: 4-I-I 1, 2, 1, 2: Intra- "Win" if 1 if 43 if if if SEN IORS Lela Fausz .,..,......A,,,...,,A...,.AA ..,..,,.....,.. . Maurice Iackson ,,... ..,. ........ . . . Albert Messmer .,,..... .. Lois I. Nielsen ....,,,... ....Y..... lean C. Owens ,..,.....,. ,..... . lack Dumont A....., ....... Kenneth Merten ............. Edmund Motz.. .......... .. Delphine Sargent ..A... Winnie Williams ..A. lean Bruce .....,.....,4.4. Ralph Burnes Paul Connell i.....,,,....... ..,. Donald Kurzynslci ..., . ..A.. . Iames Truitt .,..,........,.,... IUNIORS Doris Brown ..........,... . ..,i.... Iane Denton .,tt........ Wanda Doan t4.,.......,.,4. Mary E. Fitzpatric ...... ...,.... Wilma Fryman .......... Audrey Guynn .t,....... Winnie Stange .......... Grand Gold Grand Gold Grand Gold Grand Gold Grand Gold .. Gold . .. . ..., Gold .. ......... Gold .,... .. Gold .. .......,.i.. Gold .. ...Bronze .-.Bronze .. Bronze .,.,, ...Bronze .. Bronze . . ,......,.. Gold ,........ Siver . ..,.. Silver ..,...... Silver .. ....... Silver . Silver ,..... Silver il7'k . Harold Barkhau ..... ....,. .... . . .Bronze Marjorie Bruce .............. .. Bronze Thomas Evans ,......... Bronze Wade Hartman. ....... .. .. .. Bronze Betty Io Lane ...,......,... Bronze Ioseph Leuser. ......,,.. Bronze Ieanne Martin. ........... .. Bronze Thelma Newberry... .. Bronze Lois O'Banion ........... Bronze Iack Owens ........,... Bronze Betty Wegner ............ Bronze SOPHOMORES Carolyn Angus ...... ....... ....... .... ..... ....... S i 1 V er Virginia Iudd ............ .,....Silver Marjorie Evans ....... Bronze Mary Hauke ............ Bronze Marilyn Iustice. ..... Bronze Eddie Kopi .......... .... B ronze Lois Mefford ......... ..... B ronze Agnes Messmer ..... Bronze Harold Motz ..,,............. Bronze Phyllis Muchrnore ........... .... . Bronze Sara Owens. ..... ......... B ronze Virginia Truitt ..... ...... B ronze if if if 43 if f if We, the senior class of 1943, do hereby will and bequeath to the faculty the American Flag in our home-room: may it wave forever. We, the senior class of 1943, do hereby will and bequeath to Miss Nash the pleasure tif anyl of directing the future senior class plays. We, the senior class of 1943, do hereby will and bequeath to Mr. Brown a "T" card, so that Anderson can have more basketball games. We, the senior class of 1943, do hereby will and bequeath to the juniors our place in assembly and the privilege of going in first if they can beat the freshies. We, the senior class of 1943, do hereby will and bequeath to the sopho- mores a wealthy bank account. We, the senior class of 1943, do hereby will and bequeath to the fresh- men success in putting over a war-time annual. I, Eleanor Albert, do hereby will and bequeath my dancing ability to Betty Weqner. I, Donald Bartels, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to work in shop to Dick Bridges. I, lean Bruce, do hereby will and bequeath my long flowing red locks to Virginia Gillespie. I, Ralph Burnes, do hereby will and i18i' We!! bequeath my bucking brorico to Miss Graham. I, Paul Connell, do hereby will and bequeath my western boots to Amor Kapp. I, lack Dumont, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to copy Morse code to Bill Stange. I, Lela Fausz, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to contradict others to Virginia Truitt. I, Dorothy Hill, do hereby will and bequeath my speed in the halls to Eddie Eggers. I, 'Wanda Iohnson, do hereby will and bequeath my anklets to Miss Chandler. I, Martin Klose, do hereby will and bequeath all my stale jokes to Mrs. Struke. l, Donald Kurzynski, do hereby will and bequeath my acting ability to Harold Barkau. I, Margaret Lathrop, do hereby will and bequeath my love for dramatics to Agnes Messmer. I, Ida May Lippolis, do hereby will and bequeath my desire to be an opera singer to Mr. Herron. I, William Maxstadt, do hereby will and bequeath my wasp waist to Frances Lippolis. I, Louis Meier, do hereby will and bequeath my height to lack Berwanger. if ak if 43 if if if WMJZWZZ I, Kenneth Merten, do hereby will and bequeath my muscular physique to Iack Weiss. I, Albert Messmer, do hereby will and bequeath my sunny disposition to Iack Richey. I, Edmund Motz, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to stay out of "D. T." to Ted Rittenhouse. I, Lois Nielsen, do hereby will and bequeath my red hat to Tom Evans. I, Iean Owens, do hereby will and bequeath my athletic ability to Iackie Kaufmann. I, Ieanne Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath a steady boy friend to Donna Miller. - I, Paul Potter, do hereby will and bequeath my intelligence to Iasper Sams. I, Betty Both, do hereby will and bequeath my dislike for make-up to Iune Thornton. I, Sheldon Rusk, do hereby will and bequeath my "walking" dates to Richard Gaskins. I, Delphine Sargent, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Waltzes to Charlie Coslett. I, Donald Shellabarger, do hereby will and bequeath my good English grades to Miss Nash. I, Betty Thornton, do hereby will and bequeath my low bowling score to Audrey Seibert. 'kI9'k I, Iames Truitt, do hereby will and bequeath my loud horse laugh to Mr. Brown. I, Dorothy Uhl, do hereby will and bequeath my short name to Evelyn Higqinbotham. I, George Weaver, do hereby will and bequeath my bright red hair to Mr. Herron. I, Dorothy Weichhand, do hereby will and bequeath two rubber bands to Edith Dunn to hold on her shoes. I, Martha Wegner, do hereby will and bequeath my cheerleading ability to Margie Evans. CMay she use ity I never Got to.l I, Winnie Williams, do hereby will and bequeath my hair, on rainy days, to Doris Brown. I, Harry Wittmeyer, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to skip school to Virginia Iudd. In Witness Whereot: We have hereto subscribed our names and affixed our seal this twenty-seventh day of May in the year of our Lord nineteen-hundred and forty-three. tSignedl Anderson Township School 1943 SENIORS Witnessed by: Win Dee Otto Graph Ruth Less Al Iby R. U. Kiddin, Auditor if if if 43 af ff if ' ,WS fdfw PWM! The following news article appeared in the Iuly 5, 1953, edition of the Forest- ville Gazette concerning the reunion of the 1943 Anderson graduating class. The editor of this newspaper is Miss Lois Nielsen, who was a member of this graduating class. "A reunion of the graduating class of 1943 of Anderson High School, was held on Iuly 4, in the new high school building. After a swim in the school's beautiful new swimming pool, the group enjoyed a dinner in the dining hall with Mr. Paul Potter as the toastmaster. Mr. Potter is now Professor of Languages at the University of Mexico. After a brief program which was di- rected by QMiss Winnie Williams, a damatic teacher at Chicago's leading dramatic studio, Mr. Potter introduced the two guest speakers of the afternoon. The first was Miss Lela Fausz, who is chief operator at the office of the Bell Telephone Company in Los Angeles. The other speaker was Dr. Iames Truitt, Chief Surgeon at johns Hopkins Hospital. During the rest of the evening while old friendships were renewed, Gazette news reporter, Miss Dorothy Uhl, inter- viewed the members of the class and they told of their present careers and occupations. First was Miss Martha Wegner, who told of her experience as a junior 'k20'k sportswear buyer for the Iohn Shillito Company. Mr. Kenneth Merten explained his duties as manager of the Kroger Baking Company, here in Cincinnati. Miss Wanda Iohnson gave a brief description of her success as a dancer at one of Chicago's leading nite-clubs. Mr. Donald Kurzynski, who is now a general in the United States Army, related some of his past experiences at foreign battle fronts. Miss Dorothy Hill played for the group a new melody that she will soon play for the symphonic orchestra of which she is the accompanist. The Reverend Sheldon Rusk asked the blessing before the dinner. He is now pastor of the Asbury Methodist Church. Mr. Harry Wittmeyer, who is Secre- tary of Agriculture, told of the latest farm dispute which he had just settled in Congress. Mr. Donald Bartels described the cam- paign in which he was elected as one of Ohio's Senators. Miss Dorothy Weichhand, who pre- pared the dinner, is now the world',s leading dietician. Miss Betty Roth talked on the subject of the world's leading hospitals. She is looked upon as a second Florence Nightingale. 'A' 'A' ir 43 if if at ' ,WS f6f4w Fwwl The former Miss Ieanne Phillips, now married to the Reds' star pitcher, Mr. Donald Shellabarger, described their beautiful home and three lovely children. Mr. Martin Klose explained, in detail, the various medical departments of his large and successful drug store in New York. Miss lean Bruce, nurse at Bethesda Hospital, told a humorous story about her first patient. Miss Delphine Sargent explained how happy she was to be the secretary of the new principal, Mr. Richard Herron, here at Anderson. Mr. Ralph Burnes, cartoonist, enter- tained the group by drawing Gertie, Metro-Goldwyn Mayer's most famous comic character. Mr. lack Dumont described his work as a radio engineer in Radio City, New York. Miss lean Owens, government secre- tary, described an important job which she had just completed in Washington. Mr. Paul Connell told how he raised horses in the Blue Grass Region of Kentucky. Mr. Albert Messmer told how he raises flowers at his green house. Mr. Edmund Motz, Vice-President of the United States, explained to news reporter, Miss Uhl, about the second 'k2l'k "pay as you go" income tax bill just introduced in Congress. Miss Betty Thornton, who o n c e modeled for hair stylists, told of her trips abroad with her husband, Mr. Edward Metzger, who is Secretary of the Navy. Miss Margaret Lathrop, model for Hollywood gowns, related several inter- esting experiences. The former Miss Eleanor Albert, told Miss Uhl that she really didn't have a career except for her amateur photog- raphy, that her career is her home and family. Miss Ida May Lippolis, gave a de- tailed description of the new stock of clothing just received in her Big De- partment Store, here in Forestville. Mr. Louis Meier explained his latest methods in removing spots from cloth- ing at Keyes Dry Cleaners in Mt. Washington. Mr. Maurice Iackson, coach at Wilber- force, discussed his football team which has won first place in Ohio for the last three years. Mr. George Weaver, pretzel king, described his newest pretzel twist. To end this most happy afternoon, Mr. William Maxstadt, news commentator for WCKY, asked the group to accom- pany him to the studio to hear his Sun- day night news broadcast. The group dispersed with enthusi- astic plans for a second reunion in 1963. l'll'LST HOVV Marlalo Lee Ball, Thelma Newberry, Dorothy Kiel, Lois O'Bannion, Audrey Guynn, Thornas Evans, lack Oworrs, Winnie Stanqe, Betty Io Lane, Marjorie Bruce, Lena Brock, Betty Wegner. f1lfC"OND ROW Mary Strulce, adviser, Mary Ellen Fitzpatric, Evelyn Higginbotharn, Wanda Doan, Donna Miller, Donna Patterson, lane Denton, Catherine Schatz, janet Wiley, Wilma Fryrnan, leanne Martin, Myron Giro, adviser. 'l'llll'lD HOW --Crrrxre Pauly, Kit Kapp, Robert Burnes, Robert Stagqenborg, Wade Hartman, lack Richey, Hiulrard Kopprrrarr, Mary Wiley. FOIIRTH ROW- Roltert Knipjilirrg, Harold Barlclrarr, Harold Eille, Iohn Angus, Earl D. Arnold, Donald Lulcernire. 0 The juniors started a busy year by in intramural games. They were high presenting their top rating class play, "Don't Take My Penny." They had a full house for this occasion. They selected their class rings in November. After these two traditional events had taken place the juniors then settled down to plan the prom for the seniors. The juniors were also very active in ranking, especially in hockey and baseball. This class also did their share in buy- ing War Bonds and Stamps. They put forth an all-out effort in the scrap drive. The juniors are proud of two boys who enlisted in the armed forces. Eric Noak enlisted in the Coast Guard and sports, both boys and girls. Among the boys were such stars as Richard Kopp- rnan, Thomas Evans, and lack Owens. The girls were right up in top position lean Hill in the Navy. The class regrets losing one of its advisers, Myron Gire, who left in March to accept another position. CLASS OFFICERS President .. Thomas Evans Vice-president Lois O'Banion Secretary Audrey Guy1'1t'1 Treasurer ldflk QWGHS 'k22'k The sophomores returned last fall to a powerful nucleus on the basketball FIRST ROW'-lean Ann Clark, Sara Owens, Erma Keel, Peggy England, Iacqueline Ott, Carolyn Angus, lclin Harlf, Iames Pelk, Marcella Whittington, Ioan Vlfheatley, Ruth Betscher, Virginia Schomberq. SECOND ROW-Bonnie O'Donnell, adviser, Marjorie Evans, Virginia ludd, Virginia Truitt, Marilyn lustice, Mary Agnes Epping, Phyllis Muchmore, lacgueline Kaufmann, Eloise Taylor, Virginia Dawson, Mary Hauke, Lcis Mefford, C. R. lackson, adviser. THIRD ROW-lack Berwanger, Frances Lippolis, Donna Fisher, Iennie Mullen, Gloria Unger, Iasper Sams, Harold Beaird, Robert Brooks, Warren Krumrnel, Melvin Dutton, Evelyn Clemens, lrene Bateman, Catherine Doran, Agnes Messmer. FOURTH ROW-Paul Shimer, Robert Hopper, Edward Kopf, William Lehman, Norman Fairbanks, Robert Schmidt, Clifford Fralich, lames Staggenborg, Ted Rittenhouse, Earl Mette, Urban Barnes, Richard Bridges, Harry Kuenner. enjoy their new status as upperclass- men. Having suffered mightily at the hands of their superiors last year, they took advantage of their privilege to vent their revenge on the freshmen and to demand the respect due sophomores. The class was well represented in all groups and clubs. There were sopho- mores in debate, dramatics, Girl Re- serves, Hi-Y, G. A. A., glee club, and orchestra. The sophomore boys formed and football teams, and promise a bright future for the varsity teams. The freshman dance given by the sophomores was a success. The decora- tions and invitations were novel and amusing and the orchestra, the first paid group to play at a freshman dance, was "strictly in the groove." The officers were competent and efficient in the management of their executive offices. CLASS OFFICERS President , .,,,, .. .... . .. ,.,. ....,,,.. .. .. Iohn Hack Vice-President ..... ,, .... .Carolyn Angus Secretary. ..... ., .. Iacgueline Ott Treasurer ., -..James Pelk ir23'k zeadmmz FTRST ROWAIames Lewis, Donald Sargent, Carl Schushmann, Andy Stegbauer, Donald Steffen, lerry Tate, Ralph Unger, William Nou, Gene Bloomfield, William laclcson, Robert Cropper, Robert Aurich. SECOND ROW-Alice Petsch, Marybelle Peters, Ruth Stetien, Eleanor Ayer, Ruth Quinlan, Anna Stelzer, Fred Spit-ker, Stanley Gaskins, larzk Weiss, Ethel Orick, Henrietta Ridge, Betty Martin. THIRD ROW4Pauline Martin, adviser, Ioy Kapp, Iean Pelk, Betty Spencer, Billy Martin, Hilda Mullen, Ioanne Elters, Patricia Meier, Edith Dunn, Marian Kuhlman, Anne VVriqht, Anne Strauss, Virginia Gillespie, Charles Coslett, Donald Busch, Eleanor Graham, adviser. FOURTH ROW-Pauline Moore, Evelyn Chandler, Mildred Peters, Margie Guynn, Mary Hahn, Martha Kippling, Betty lean Haskett, lune Dierkiss, Eileen llhardt, Donna Redman, Viola Heflin, Ruby Thacker, Virginia Martin, Rosemary Whittington, Shirley Erhold. FIFTH ROW4Cornelius Van Saun, Kendall Kuntz, Lewis Osterholtz, Robert Hirschauer, William Stange, William Simpson, Edward Eggers, Milton laclcson, Richard Gaskins, Kenneth Murphy, Fred Pauly, lack Burnes, Norman Lucas, Glenn Richardson. The 1943 freshman class was the largest in the history of Anderson High School. The first notable event of the year for the freshmen was the initiation. It was a day dreaded by most of them. The boys wore bandannas and nail polish and the girls wore their hair in eight pigtails. These are just a few of the "punishments" they underwent. At last the day was over and on the same eve- ning a dance was given in honor of the freshmen by the sophomores. Practically all the freshmen have joined one or more activities such as the Glee Club, Girl Reserves, and Hi-Y. They attended the dances and parties that were held. Members of the class have helped in the war effort by participating in the scrap drive, buying war stamps and helping with the rationing programs. CLASS OFFICERS President . ...,. ...,, . ,, Fred Spicker Vice-President . . Stanley Cfaskins Secretary . Anna Stelzer Treasurer .. lack Weiss i'24'k 0,0 D 1 li ' if if if 43 if if if FIRST ROW---Ieanne Phillips, Don Kurzynski, lack Dumont, Leia Fausz, Bonnie O'Dcnnell, adviser, Lois Nielsen, Kenneth Merten, Paul Connell, Delphine Sargent. SECOND ROW--Betty Thornton, Winnie Williams. lean Owens, Dorothy Weichiianci, Eleanor Albert, lean Bruce, Sheldon Rusk, William Maxstadt, Ralph Eurnes, Margaret Lathrop, Dorothy Hill, Betty Roth, Ida May Lippolis, Wanda Iohnson. THIRD ROW-Martin Klose, lames Truitt, Harry Wittmeyer, Louis Meier, Albert Messmer. de,-4 Editor Lois Nielsen Assistant Editors Leia Fausz, Kenneth Merten Business Manager Paul Connell Advertising Committee Donald Kurzynski, Harry Wittnieyer, Vililliam Maxstadt, Martin Klose James Truitt, Martha Wegner Circulation Committee as last year, it was the Senior class oi The Andersonian a success. But believing that no obstacle was too great to overcome in order to publish an annual the seniors agreed to cooperate and they made a success of it. Although none of the seniors had at- tended any annual meetings last year, with the help ot Bonnie OlDOHH9ll, the adviser, they were able to meet the This year, just doubtful whether 1943 could make i'26'k I Sports Editors , , Sheldon Rusk, lean Bruce Art Committee .. lack Dumont, Eleanor Albert, Ida May Lippolis, Betty Roth Feature Writers . . lean Owens, Winnie Williams, Paul Potter, Margaret Lathrop, Ralph Burnes, Albert Messmer, Delphine Sargent Typists .. . .. Wanda Iohnson, Ieanno Phillips, Betty Thornton, Dorothy Weichhand, Dorothy Hill which confronted them and problems they also managed to get their articles written in time to set up the "dumrny." Due credit should be given to Don Kurzynski and Harry Wittmeyer for their splendid work in getting ads in spite ot the tact that many businesses are closed because of the war. The start wishes to take this oppor- tunity to thank you, the subscribers, and hopes you will enjoy this book. if if if 43 af if if SEATED-lames Truitt, Donna Miller, lean Owens, Lela Eausz, Gertrude Addicott, adviserg Bonnie O'Donnell, adviserg Lois Nielsen, lack Dumont, Martha Wegner. STANDING-lean Ann Clark, Kenneth Merten, Carolyn Angus, Virginia Truitt, Marjorie Evans, Charles Coslett, Betty Thornton, Wanda Doan, Virginia ludd, leanne Phillips, Betty lo Lane, Mary Hahn, lean Bruce, laclcie Ott, Sara Owens, Mary Ellen Eitzpatric, Winnie Stange, Delphine Sargent, Glenn Richardson, Earl Mette, Donald Kurzynski, Wanda Iohnson, lda May Lippolis. del ' Lois Nielsen Donna Miller Editor , . , , Assistant Editor , , Business Manager .... Leia Fausz lean Owens Betty Io Lane Boys' Sports Editors lames Truitt, Kenneth Merten Girls' Sports Editors Wanda Doan, loanne Elfers Feature Editors... ,, ., Assistant Feature Editor , , Art Editor, , ,,.,, . . ....... Earl Mette News Reporters Winnie Stange, LaVerne Metiord, Iackie Ott, Carolyn Angus, Virginia ludd, Virginia Truitt, Sara Owens, Ida May Lippolis, Mary Hahn There were many changes in the Lantern this year. Because of the war it had to be reduced in size very much and so it was typed and mimeographed by the students. Since the paper was smaller, naturally the start was much smaller also. There was no advertising committee and not as many working on the editorial stait. Although this type oi publication was new to the staii, they began work in earnest and with the help of the adviser, Miss Addicott, and the produc- 'k27t Production . .. Betty Thornton, Ieanne Phillips, Delphine Sargent, Wanda lohnson Circulation Manager ,, ,, lack Dumont Circulation Committee ....,.,. .,.,. .,.. , . lean Bruce, Donald Kurzynski, Mary Ellen Fitzpatric, Robert Knippling, lane Denton, Marjorie Evans, lean Ann Clark, Iohn Hack, Patricia Meier, Glenn Richardson, William Stange, Charles Coslett tion adviser, Miss O'Donnell, the Lan- tern Was published semi-monthly. This year the main features were the same as those oi last years-the boys' sports column, a girls' sports column, the familiar scandal column, and many varied questionnaires. This is proof that the Lantern was written for the stu- dents as well as by the students. The staff sincerely thanks all those who helped to make a success oi this new and different Lantern. if if af 43 af if is FIRST ROW-William Werner, Warren Krummel, Robert Wright, Raymond Lind, Stanley Inman Kenneth Tarvin, Dale Dietrich, Harold Barlchau, Ted Haller, Lloyd Bridges, Cornelius Van Saun Wilma Fryman, Iune Merten, Hilda Mullen, Catherine Schatz, Dorothy Hill, Eileen Dietrich Anne Wright, Iackie Kuhn, Martha Van Saun, Wilhemina Schroader, David Back, William Neu Margie Guynn, Patricia Meier. SECOND ROW-Charles Whitaker, Harvey Hill, William Stange, Harry Greenwald, Russel Black Donald Kyle, Raymond Burlew, Donald Silver, Kenneth Merten, Charles Van Saun. NOT PRESENT-Patty Hill, Grace Pauly, lack Kuhn. Zane! This year Anderson's band was under the direction oi a new instructor, Mr. Iosei Rudolph, who also teaches music at Colerain High School. Mr. Rudolph found at his disposal almost all beginners-many band members having graduated last year. By the end of the year, however, Mr. Rudolph had the band well-organized and showing great improvement. The band is as well-balanced as Anderson has ever had, there being a good variety of instruments. Since most oi the members are young, Anderson should have an excellent band in a few years. 'k28i' 1 af at 43 we ir if FIRST ROW-Dorothy Hill, Ruth Steffen, Eleanor Ayer, Betty Wegner, Ioan Wheatley, Ethel Orick, Mary Hahn, Peggy England, Winnie Williams, Carolyn Angus, Virginia Schomberg, Shirley Erhold, Ruth Quinlan. SECOND ROW-Agnes Messmer, Sara Owens, Betty Martin, Catherine Doran, Frances Lippolis, Anna Stelzer, Donna Fisher, Margie Guynn, Eileen llhardt, Henrietta Ridge, Wanda Iohnson, Irene Bateman, Ida May Lippolis, lean Owens, Pauline Moore. THIRD ROWvBetty Thornton, Winnie Stange, Margaret Lathrop, Dorothy Weichhand, Hilda Mullen, Anne Wright, Lois O'Bannion, Patricia Meier, Phyllis Muchmore, Iacgueline Kaufmann, Marilyn Iustice, Anne Strauss, Eloise Taylor, Evelyn Clemens, Dorothy Kiel, FOURTH ROW-Marion Kuhlmann, Iennie Mullen, Ieanne Martin, Gertrude Mills, Lois Mefiord, Mary Hauke, Virginia lucid, Virginia Truitt, Betty Spencer, Catherine Schatz, Donna Redman, Lois Nielsen, Iune Dierkiss. , 1 This year's Girls' Chorus is composed ot about titty-tour high school girls. The girls sang for assemblies, the Community Insti- tute and Baccalaureate Services. The chorus is under the super- vision oi Miss Dorothy Vandervort, who has directed music here for several years. We wish to extend our thanks and appreciation for her patience and kindness. For the Community Institute a few girls were chosen to sing, "Easter Parade" and "When I Grow Too Old To Dream." The girls were as follows: lean Claire Owens, Lois Nielsen, Margaret Lathrop, Anna Stelzer, Iune Dierkiss, Virginia ludd, Sara Owens and Anne Strauss. 'k29'k if if if 43 af if af Scene from Pageant. "The Four Freedoms." The l942-43 Masque and Gavel Club was under the direction of Miss Vera Nash. Last year the club was opened to the seniors and a few freshmen. When the seniors graduated there were two freshman girls to carry on. They were Iackie Ott and Virginia ludd. The members have studied the ele- ments of drama, the kinds of drama, and different types of emotions. They arranged and presented pantomimes. The members gave monthly book re- views on the best books of the month. This fall the Masque and Gavel mem- bers held several theater parties, and saw the legitimate play, "You Can't Take lt With You." On February l9, the Masque and Gavel presented a patriotic assembly entitled, "The Pour Freedoms." The play portrayed the Americanism of immi- grants in the United States. Virginia ludd was the Statue of Liberty, Donald Kurzynski was the judge, and Phyllis Muchmore, Mary Ruth Hahn, Virginia Truitt and Marian Kuhlmann were the four freedoms. The membership of the club is as follows: President . . . ., .. , .. , lackie Ott Recording Secretary .. Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Dorothy Hill Donald Kurzynski Catherine Schatz Audrey Guynn lean Hill Sara Owens Virginia Truitt Melvin Dutton Herman Walker Patty Hill Virginia ludd Carolyn Angus ., Clifford Fralic Phyllis Muchmore Marian Kuhlmann lohn Angus Henry Hilberg lov Kapp Ma ry Ruth Hahn af if if 43 if if af FIRST ROW-Stephen Smalley, adviser, lackie Ott, Mary Hahn, Phyllis Muchmore, Virginia Iudd, Carolyn Angus. SECOND ROW-Glenn Richardson, lohn Angus, Stanley Gaskins, Richard Gaskins, William Simpson, Donald Kurzynski, Louis Osterholtz. Defaze Mr. Stephen Smalley was again the coach of the l942-l943 Debate Club. All members of the team, with the excep- tion of Virginia Iudd, were novices. The debate question was: "Resolved: That a Federal World Union be Established." The affirmative team was slightly out- numbered, but was able to hold its own. ln February the tournament was held at Hamilton. This ended the season for most schools, but only started it at Anderson. The affirmative team con- sisted of Carolyn Angus and lacque- line Ott, and Virginia Iudd and Don Kurzynski made up the negative. fBoth teams lost to Hamilton and to Oakwoodl. The Club has debated Walnut Hills and other schools, and has done much work at home. Next year the club looks forward to a successful year with seasoned de- baters. The members feel they have gained a wealth of experience and be- lieve that in debate, whether you've won or lost an argument, you'Ve won something. The membership of the club is as follows: AFFIRMATIVE Carolyn Angus lohn Angus Iacgueline Gtt NEGATIVE Virginia Iudd Phyllis Muchmore 'k3l'k NEGATIVE Stanley Gaslcins Richard Gaskins Lewis Osterholz Mary Ruth Hahn Glenn Richardson Don Kurzynski Bill Simpson ir af if 43 if if if EIRST ROW-Dorothy Hill, Virginia Truitt, Lois Nielsen, lean Owens, Eleanor Graham, adviser, Lela Fausz, Betty Mathis, adviser, Mary Ellen Fitzpatric, Lois O'Banion, lean Bruce, Betty Thornton. SECOND ROVV-Audrey Guynn, Betty Io Lane, Winnie Stange, Ieanne Martin, Eleanor Albert, Winnie Williams Ida May Lippolis, Betty Roth, Mariorie Bruce, Dorothy Uhl, Frances Lippolis, lean Ann Clark. THIRD ROWwLois Meftord, Dorothy Weichhand, Catherine Schatz, lane Denton, Donna Patterson, Margaret Lathrop Wanda Doan, Donna Miller, Marjorie Evans, lrene Bateman. FOURTH ROWfErma Keel, Betty Wegner, Thelma Newberry, Citherine Doran, Evelyn Clemens, Agnes Messrner Martha Wegner. W The symbol of the Girl Reserve Club is the triangle within the circle. The circle represents the world in which the individual member lives. The triangle represents the club member, herself, with the three sides standing for body, mind and spirit. In September the club began a very successful year by extending an invita- tion for new members. The theme of this event was a "baby" party, at which the senior girls chose freshman girls for little sisters. The function of the big 4e3 i'32'A' sister is to guide the new scholar throughout her freshman year. The annual turkey supper was held on November l4, l942. The girls, as well as the Mothers' Council, participated. The supper was successful and the pro- ceeds helps to send the girls to Camp Lenmary in the spring. At Christmas time the Girl Reserves, together with the Hi-Y club, presented the "White Gift" service. The baskets collected were distributed to the needy families in the community. '0!7?'f'f if is if 43 if if if FIRST ROW'-Carolyn Angus, Iacqueline Ott, Sara Owens, Shirley Erhold, Alice Petsch, Eleanor Graham, adviser Lela Fausz, Betty Mathis, adviser, Anna Stelzer, Ruth Steffen, Eleanor Ayer, Virginia Schomberg. SECOND ROW-Hilda Mullen, Mary Hahn, lean Pelk, Betty Spencer, Eloise Taylor, Patricia Meier, loanne Elfers Phyllis Muchmore, Iacqueline Kaufmann, Carolyn Reckman, Mary Hauke, Gloria Unger. THIRD ROWfDonna Fisher, Margie Guynn, Ruth Quinlan, Virginia Dawson. Virginia Martin, Marilyn lustice Virginia Iudd, Mary Epping, Anne Wright, Martha Knippling, Betty l-laslcett, Eileen llhardt, lennie Mullen ln the spring the Girl Reserves invited the Hi-Y to be their guests at a joint m e e t i n g. After refreshments were served, the Girl Reserves exhibited their talents by presenting an entertaining performance. Following this program a dance was held. The Girl Reserves sponsored their monthly dances throughout the year. ln keeping with the world conditions the club introduced "World Fellowship" as their project. The Recognition Service was held in the late spring. The purpose of this service is to recognize new members as Girl Reserves. The club closed the year with their annual Mother-Daughter banquet. The Girl Reserve officers are as follows: President .. . .. .. , .,,, . .. . ,. .Lela Fausz Vice-President . . . .... . lean Owens Secretary .. .. , Mary Ellen Fitzpatric Treasurer .. .... Lois O'Banion , I I I 2144444 few 20-dy. if if if 43 ff if if VIHQT ROW-Norman Lucas, Stanley Gaskins, Georqe Weaver, Sheldon Rusk, Thomas Evans, Harry Wittmeyer Richard Herron. adviser, Iames Truitt, Kenneth Merten, Harold Barlchau, Donald Steffen, lack W'eiss. SFLOND ROW-Donald Shellabarqer, Richard Gaskins, Richard Koppman, William Simpson, Robert Stagqenborq I "k Rirluey, Wade llartnian, Louis Meier, Robert Brooks, Martin Klose, lack Owens. TIVRD ROW-Ralph Burnes, Paul Connell, Louis Osterholtz, Donald Kurzynski, lack Dumont, Clifford Fralich Earl Motto, Iohn Anqus, Earl Arnoli 2162 This year, because of war-restricted travel conditions which made two lead- ers impractical, the Beta and Alpha I-li-Y were combined into one club, under the leadership of Mr. Richard Herron, who had been the Alpha leader for the two previous years. initiation was the first activity, during which the ten initiates went through two ceremonies, formal and informal. There was much fun and excitement at the informal initiation durinq which the initiates went through quite an "ordeal" The official induction ceremony was attended by two executives from the Cincinnati Y. M. C. A. On Ianuary 8, the club held their first annual frolic, an event which the club The officers are as follows: President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer i'34'k hopes will be repeated in the coming years. This year it was the Girl Reserves' turn to entertain at a joint rneetinq and they qave the I-ii'Y a qood time on April 2. War restrictions also confined the club's activities to the school's qymnas sium. ln appreciation for this use of the qym and athletic equipment, the Hi-Y donated 9520 to the athletic fund. In carrying on typical Hi-Y activities the club had discussions on morals and character-building, and in cooperation with the Central "Y" and other Hi-Y clubs, the club sponsored the collection of used athletic equipment for war prisoners. This drive was a success. Iames Truitt Kenneth Merten Harry Wittmeyer , .Thomas Evans IQ 43' W 1 AID syn- li n! J k u' 1 L 1 sw' E9 X 734 'FSL ' A-'Rvf' 12565544 at if if 43 if as at 5 N2-hat FIRST ROWfFrecl Pauly, Sheldon Rusk, Robert Hirschauer, Iames Staqqenborg. SFCOND ROW--Richard Koppman, lack Owens, Kenneth Merten, Milton lackson, lim Pelk. THIRD ROW--Charles Brown, coach, Harold Beaird, James Truitt, Robert Brooks, Eddie Eggers, Richard Herron, assistant coach. Although the record of "won and lost" tends to show otherwise, the Red- skins, in their fourth year of football, really had one of the best teams in the county. This they proved twice during the season, first by beating Deer Park, one of the strongest teams, Zl-O, and then by holding Plainville's champion- ship team to no first downs. The Red- skins lost this game by fumbles and some bad breaks. The line which accomplished this feat of holding Plainville's backfield was comprised of Iackson and Metzger at ends, Truitt ably blocking up the center. The backfield against Deer Park was comprised of Merten andxlitusk at full- back with Owens at quarterback. Both Merten and Metzger earned places on the second string all star team. Merten led the season's scoring with 48 points. -. -.s,a,1t,,,h Qian-xx ' r -t X M l, 4' Second Truitt - - Team S . ,af A ' ,,. A 'Ft' . 1 - ,, A 5- x Metzger 'f"wax I . A - ., ' V Pelk Owens tw' ' 1, , 'fi 5,,g,,,Y K I Rusk Merton g I ' "v jf M. Jackson W av, 3, -1 , ?' , A , I l Q. l , an js. r ' T 'M' 1. . . .tn - Merton if if if 43 if if if Last year Anderson's track team cele- brated their second year in competition with an outstanding record. Competing against the finest opposition in the state, the Redskins went to Delaware for the Ohio Wesleyan Relays, to Oxford for the Miami Interscholastic Meet, and to Columbus for the State Meet. Sand- wiched among these travels were shorter trips to Carthage, Withrow and Walnut Hills. Several county records fell before the fast-moving Redskins. Their feats including breaking the State discus team relay record at Ohio Wesleyan, only to see their record broken the same day. Outstanding performances were turned in by Anderson's mile relay team, composed of Maury Iackson, Art Merten, lim Truitt, and lim Owens. This team set a new county record, finished first at the district meet, the Knights of Columbus Relays and Miami. They ended the season by finishing second in the State Meet. Individual stars in their events were: Owens, Elfers, Iackson, Merten, Truitt, Metzger and Hack. Others competing successfully were: Silver, Evans, Iack Owens, Richey and Rusk. Losses through graduation, the Navy, and entrance at U. C. blasted a 1943 team with excellent prospects for a high standing in the State. Leading candi- dates in the various events are: Truitt, Rusk, Merten, Connell, Richey, Evans, Owens, Pelk, Milt Iackson, Hirschauer, Bob Burnes and Ralph Burnes. Coach Herron lim Truitt passing Meyer of Plain- ville - District Meet at Walnut Hills. 1942 Art Morten lead- ing in mile relay -State Meet at Ohio State. 1942 Richie Truitt running in close mile relay- State Meet at Ohio State. 1942 Relay Team Owens at ff ir 43 af if af g FIRST ROW-Robert Burnes, lack Richey, lim Truitt, Richard Koppman, Donald Shellabarqer. SECOND ROW-Charles Brown, coach, Thomas Evans, Kenneth Merten, Paul Connell, lack Owens, Sheldon Rusk, Donald Kurzynski, manager. Even with the loss of three of last year's first stringers, Coach Brown has again produced a basketball team of which Anderson may well be proud. Although the team brought home no trophies, it played good ball all year and finished the season with an average of more than 60 per cent. It is well be- lieved by all, however, that without the loss of its first Stringer, Maury Iackson, in the middle of the year, the team would have brought home a trophy from the tournament. When pairings were made Anderson drew a bye and finally lost to Sharonville, one of the smartest ball teams of the tournament, 40 to 30. Merten for the third consecutive year paced his team's scoring with a total of l55: Richey and Kopprnan followed with 91 and 75 points respectively. tr h "Li ,, S U Q if Q l a if af if 43 ak if mt FIRST ROW-Donald Steffen, Fred Pauly, lack 'Weiss SECOND ROW-John Hack, Stanley Gaskins, William Stange, James Staggenborg, lack Burnes, Glenn Richardson. THIRD ROW-Ted Rittenhouse, Warren Krummel, Richard Gaskins, Milton Iackscn, Coach Charles Brown, Robert Brooks, Harold Beaird, Iames Pelk, Earl Arnold. For the second consecutive year Coach Charles Brown has won two cups with his reserve team. The team won ll out of their 16 season games which en- titled them to the league cup. After de- feating Sycamore and Taylor in the tournament the Redskins lost by a score of 22 to 21 to Mt. Healthy, a team which had previously beaten them 38 to 28. Pell: and Iaclcson, the co-captains, had the honor of receiving the cups and presenting them to the school. A great future is predicted for Milton Iackson, who as a freshman, led his team's scoring with the amazing total of 286 points or an average of about 14.5 per game. lim Pelk followed with a total of 109 points, accompanied, how- ever, by a consistently good floor game. , ,,... ,,.,,.,,.,,,,,, 1 tr M, 1' . 4 we-a.. lots Nielsen, Alma Murphy, ECOND ROW -Betty Io Lane, Nrrqiret lathrc,-p, Dorothy THIRD ROW Ida May Lippolis, Brut 0 Betty Tltf'I'I1lOl'1, Betty Weqner. FIHQT ROW Virqinia Truitt, Marqie Evans, Lois O'Banion, Vtlanda Doan, Martha Weqner, Gertrude Chandler, adviser, adviser, Mary Ellen Fitzpatric, Carolyn Anqus, lean Ann Clark, lean Owens, loanne Eliers. Winnie Stanqe, leanue Martin, Mary Wiley, lanet Wiley, Grace Pauly, Donna Patterson, Weichhand, Petty Roth, Dorothy Uhl, Audrey Guynn Catherine Schatz, Thelma Newberry, Donna Miller, lane Denton, Dorothy Hill, lean 74 0 Q . The purpose of the G. A. A. is to oiier an activity program in which each and every qirl may participate. This year the G. A. A. was under the guid- ance and supervision ot Miss Gertrude Chandler. The qirls enjoyed a succession of The officers of the club are: President ,, .. Vice-President Treasurer Secretary tty Io Lane Betty Thornton Charles Coslett hockey qames durinq the tall and early Winter. They are now in the midst of their basketball season. No honor teams were chosen this year, but at the present time the seniors, juniors and sophomores are still in the running for the championship. ,Lois Nielsen Mary Fitzpatric Wanda Doan . Martha Weqner lean Bruce Lois Nielsen ,4 '96 V K . . z . a , 1 , U. 5 V, ,iw . ,F A f . ,,, I gy p , , , 1 " - J , 'VF VA :U , 'Kg ,w r DQ X haw I X1 fs 0' Y ,, , 5 I 1 5 9 1M"fwz'f" f' I 2 if , '55 s - my -L xi -nw 1 L Kwan iw 'im I Ji. ,. -nf, 'JY K , 4 gg ,f I 3 !f. wf 1, Q 5 v f 3' F 'k 'A' 'k 'A' 'A' 'A' September 8 School opened ll Assembly-The Reverend Fryrnan 16 Assembly --- Mrs. Frenthel, Dental Hygienist 25 Assembly-State Patrol Speaker Pep Meeting Football Game-Taylor vs. Anderson October 2 Assembly-Will Wolfer, Pharmacist Football Game-Terrace Park vs. Anderson 9 ' Anderson Football Game - Loveland vs. 12 Assembly-Dog 51 Pony Show Father 6: Son Banquet 16 F o o t b all Game- Madeira Anderson VS. 20 Assembly-Mr. Maslowski, Naturalist 23 Freshman Party Football Game--D e e r P a r k vs. Anderson 29 Football Game-Plainville vs. Anderson 30 Football Game-Terrace Park vs. Anderson 'k42'k 4 6 14 20 25 27 l 4 ll 18 18 19 November Assembly-4-I-I Club Achievement Program Assembly--Miss Manthey, Nurse Junior Class Play Football Game-P l a i n v i l l e vs. Anderson Girl Reserve Turkey Supper Basketball Game-Terrace Park vs. Anderson Girl Reserve Dance Basketball Game-Williamsburg vs. Anderson December B a s k e tb a ll Game-Amelia vs. Anderson B a s k e t b al l Game-Alumni vs. Anderson Basketball Game-L o v e l a n d vs. Anderson Assembly-The Reverend Miranda, White Gift Program B a s k e t b a l ll Game-Madeira vs. Anderson Girl Reserve Dance af if if 43 if if af Christmas Program, Operetta Senior Party Home Boom Parties Ianuary Basketball Game-Terrace Park Anderson Hi-Y Dance Basketball G a m e E Plainville Anderson B a s k e t b a l l Game--Milford Anderson Basketball G a m e-Sycamore Anderson t Basketball G a m e - Plainville Anderson Community Institute Community Institute February Basketball Game-Sharonville Anderson Basketball Game-Deer Park Anderson Girl Reserve Dance Basketball Game-Amelia Anderson Basketball Game-Mt. Healthy Anderson Basketball Tournament VS. i'43'k Basketball Tournament Assembly-Masque QS Gavel Patri- otic Program Basketball Tournament Basketball Tournament Basketball Tournament March Girl Reserve Dance April G. R.-sl-li-Y Ioint Meeting Assembly-The Rev. McCammon May Girl Reserve Dance Scholarship Assembly Senior Class Play Senior Chapel Iunior-Senior Banquet Girl Reserve-G. A. A. Mother- Daughter Banquet High School Baccalaureate High School Commencement Eighth Grade Commencement i' i' 'k 1931 Francis Buchanan Milton Combs Gertrude Doyle May Hawklns Clyde Ingram Russell Maddux Homer Massey Louis Merz Viola Moore Charlotte Norton Wanda Richey Eleanor Sparrow Catherine Staub Robert Staub Susie Helen Smythe Dorothea Vlckroy Roberta Wllfert Gladys Wittmeyer 1932 Ardella Blom Allce Duckett Russell Guenther Eva Johnson Virginia Knlppllnq Helen Merz Edith Nagel Claude Needles Joseph Sandker Loretta Schneider Martha Silver Mabel Sttnnette Cortland Smith Le Roy Wltschger 1933 Wllllam Bender Esther Mae Bogart Lawrence Cowperthwaite Robert Davis Morris Dunn Wendell Estell Max Ftghtrnaster Esther Heine James Heywood Edward Koehler Ruby Kuntz Harold Oboe Henrietta Rinderle Genevieve Sandker Mildred Schneider Jean Sheldon Mary Smith George Thompson Clifford Von Gundy 1934 Betty Ahlers Richard Aubke Betty Jane Ayer Mildred Bailey Robert Bell Helen Blrkley Charlotte Breniman Violet Brumagen Margaret Burnes Ruth Clark Lois Cross Mary Dolan Evelyn Grober Jack Haines Howard Ingram Marjorie Jaderlund Vera Kerstlng Ralph Koster Rosemary Linder William Ludlow Olin Mann Charles Massey Alma Osterholz Thelma Peak Robert Pitcock Harry Pryor Gerald Rath Elizabeth Riggs Dorothy Rollng Chadwick Rusk Helen Schneider Harold Silver Pearl Steffen Gladys Vogelsang Helen Wagner Mildred Wolfangel 1935 John Bell Bonnie Cady Violet Chipman Donald Davis Charles Duckett Edward Fischer Robert Fox Janice Geyer Lorraine Guenther Gladys Hawkins Robert Hes Margaret Henke Helena Hicks Bernice Howland Louis Hundemer Walter Hunter Luella Judd Thelma Knippltng Marie Kyle Albert Lederer Martha Leuser Virginia Like Raymond Marlenthal Allen Martin Robert McArthur Collin Mitchell Harold Nordyke Harry Russ Esther Schneider Naomi Schneider Robert Snyder Thomas Terwllllger Robert Ulmer Arthur Van Saun Kathryn Walls Elizabeth Wernslng William Wessllng Robert White Robert Wolfer 1936 James Aubke Robert Baker Ralph Btrkley Selby Bloomfield Genevee Brandt Alice Brooks Ralph Brown Hazel Childers Bernice Dunn 'k44i' 43 if if if June Emshofi Erwin Fischer Edna May Fite Ruth Glazer Elizabeth Hauke William Hoobler Thelma Howland Valera Hurley Ethel Jackson George Kersting Mary Klein Kathlyn Koester Stanley Longbottom Rhoda Massey Roland Martin Geneva Millard Evelyn Mudersbach Everett Mudersbach Phebe Myers Elden Nash Samuel Peters Ethel Richardson George Richardson Mildred Riggs Wilma Sutter Roger Schneider Fred Vielhauer Loren Von Gundy Imelda White Daniel Wolter 1937 James Baker Jean Beck Mary Betscher William Bower Raymond Brown Eugene Dunn Morton Fehl Blllle Fryer Ray Glasgow Thomas Guess Eileen Hauke Lavonne Jacobs Helen Kaveney Henry Koester Harvey Knell Betty Lederer Robert Ludlow Margaret Martin Margaret McArthur Victor Mette Albert Merz Raymond Palmer Dorothy Partusch Dorothy Phillips Emily Pltcock Dorothy Relser Frank Sandker Irwin Schulte Catherine Scott Harold Tarvin Arthur Tennison Violet Vlckroy Eleanor Whitaker Gertrude Willis Edna May Wittmeye Mary Wolfer Ruth Worth William Worth 1938 Roger Ayer I' 1 if if 43 ff 1 if O Alma Berwanger Evelyn Bloomtield Daniel Bondick Betty Bulen William Bulen Virginia Buop Betty Clark Franklin Clark Betty Coftelt Betty Emshoff Douglas Ernsting Wintred Evans Leo Glasgow Martha Gunderloy Harry Hammel Ruth Hawkins Rosemary Hess Gertrude Hornschemeier Harold Howland Louise Hoobler Harold Ilhardt Paul Klein Robert Linder Marie Lippolis Ruth Nordyke William Ottlng Ralph Palmer Martha Partusch Gladys Phillips George Sheanshang Harold Van Saun Vernon Watkins Raymond Wolfangel Iames Wolfer 1939 Earl Barnes lane Beckett Rosemary Birkley Iames Breitenstein Ieanne Clark Barbara Dee Connell Virginia Coslett William Dallman Mary Jane Dignan Rosanna Fries Madge Fritz Walter Glazer Charles Myles Haller Lucille Hauke Maude Hawkins Donald Hersrnan Martha Hosmer Herma Huddleston Robert Johnson William Iones Mary Kitchen Dorothy Langland Dorothy Long Iames Ludlow Emma Lukemire Russell Martin Paul. Merz May Mette Violet Meyer Ralph Miller Louise Pauly Richard Reed Earl Seibert Romilda Steffen Robert Tennyson Dorothy Tucker Frances Tucker Norma Unger Betty Van Horn Robert Wagner George Wessling Clara Wittmeyer Robert Worth 1940 Evelyn Arnold David Bevis Birch Bruce Harold Clark Ioseph Coslett Marion Emsholt Anna Fontaine Marie Gauselmann Marianne Glasgow Alvin Glazer Robert Glazer Albert Gronbach Donald Guynn Bette Hamilton Iune Hauke Harold Hawkins William Hawkins Paul Hess Bertram Iohnson Charles Ionas Henry Kaetzel Agnes Koester Alfred Layman lames Macke Edward Marsh Harold Martin Russell Merten Beatrice Merz Eunice Meyer Iohn Miller Eustace Murphy Leonard Partusch Ruth Pauly Iean Roberts Albert Sheldon Charles Smith William Steele Robert Stubbs Marjory Stubbs Gordon Symes Lorena Weaver Muriel Whitaker Eugene Wittmeyer Iames Wolfangel 1941 Robert Askew Helen Barnes Earl Bloomfield Iune Bonnes Frances Burt Edan Mae Clark Odella Childers Bette Corbly Charles Dallmann Virginia Davis William Daugherty Lee Dorman Gladys Dunn Winitred Dunn Ernest Ester Jeanette Evans Paul Faske Paul Fausz Harold Guynn 'k45-A' Vern Hartmann William Hickman Elinor Hoobler Marilyn Kaernmerle Mary Agnes Kaveney Robert Kendall Helen Keye Iack Long Richard Longbottom Matilda Messmer Ruth Mette Carl McArthur Norma Millard Iames Mishefi Carl Morris Helen Newberry Sarah Parks Harry Partusch Clifford Rittenhouse Mildred Schomberg Nettie May Scott Harry Seibert Charles Taylor Frank Watson Loretta Wolter Ruth Woolet Harold Young Merrell Zeter 1942 Mary Aubke Letty Beyer Harold Biggs Helen Bondick Herman Brooks William Cutsinger Violet Dunn Lawrence Elters Patricia Emshott Donovon Fairbanks Robert Fralich Martha Fehl Betty Fithen Kathryn Glasbrenner Harry Hack Ruth Henry Iohn Hilberg Helen Hubbard Walter Hundley Lois Jonas Earl Kaetzel William Layman Ruth Lawson Arthur Merten lean Merz Pauline Newell Iames Owens Margie Parks William Pauly Catherine Richardson Mary Alta Richardson Lucille Rusk Frank Schatz Anthony Sheanshang Mary Elizabeth Seiber Robert Silver Dorothy Staley Albert Stetien Mary Williams Susie Jane Williams Ellenor Whitaker La Verne Wolfangel Alfred Wolter 'WN .fa f' O V, A in 3 :wx K5 + WSW Sv 3 X Q N rr . f x wk 59. HMMMW Compliments of YUUNE XL EARL amp i48i' Cijhe Anornson rownsnrv Pnnrnr TEACHERS ASSUEIATIUN dedicates this page to all those from Anderson who are serving their countrq in the Armed Forces .... Mrs. George A. Henry, Presid Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Weiss and Family Feel Fit . . . Get In Step Drink Milk . . . Have More Pep Hyde Park Dairy Company "For those who demand quality" MElrose 1304 1-..11..1-.1-.1nu1nu111uu1nn-.111..11...111 i'50ir -1-- -'-- ---------------------------- - -- - --1--H -1- Ioin the Anderson Township Z Get in back of the teams They Deserve It .-11.1-11...--.i111111111-111111111111111,111-11i11..-,1-.111 EVANS BEAUTY SHOP 6131 Beechmont Ave. Phone: SUtton 6716 Experts in shampooinq, waving, mani- curinq, and hair styling. Come in relax and let our beauticians do the rest. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION Try one of our many kinds of perma nents. You will be proud ot the results 111111111111111--111111111 111111111111111 11111111111111111111 11111.-111111111 I1 4. 4...-...1...1...-....-.1.1-....-..1.-1...-....-......-....-1...-1..-..1.1.-....-....- 4. Your Education Is Not Complete Until You Have Had A Post-graduate Course In Fun At Vedcwd America's Finest Amusement Park Q L I l q- +.....-..., -.-.- 1...-1.1-11-1. -.--- 1-.1 4. 'k51'k .i....-..... .....--.--- - I-.. 'I' I I Compliments oi I "WILL" WOLFER I WOLFER'S I Forestville Pharmacy I H SUtton 6680 Forrestville, O. 4'-un-an-u 11111111-111 u1uu1u 4!u1nn 111-1-1111:111 lllu 1 un- I Compliments of I I W. A. Bratburd Furniture Co. I II I I I env Race street I II Cincinnati. Ohio It ,I .-.. ......-....... .... - .... 1, -----I I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i'52'k 1' 'I' Compliments of William C. Ulrich REPRESENTING HERFF-IONES COMPANY SMART CLASS IEWELRY I L.-. ............. ...-. Loans On Homes F. H. A. and Regular Eagle Plans Interest and Monthly Payments at prevailing low rates. E A G L E Savings and Loan Association Main Office Branch Office Main at Court Beechmont and Cox-bly Cincinnati Mt. Washing! PArkway 5540 Bliechmont 8108 4.. .... .. .... ------------- - .---- .g.......-................................-..- - -.........-....-....-..,.-..,. Philgas Service Foy's Paints 1 1 1 MT. WASHINGTON HARDWARE CO. 2110 Beechmont Ave. I I BE 7766 Mt. Washington 1- Q... -:...- ..Q. - 11.. ...... .,.. - .,.. - .... - . M- Q... - .... -..n-. -g--- ---- ---- '--- - -'-' - -'.' - '-'- - 1--- - ---- - -1-- - ---- - --.- - ---' - .--- - --'- - f-f- ----- 1 i MT. WASHINGTON DRY CLEANERS Cleaning - Pressing - Repairing We Call And Deliver In Forestville and Vicinity 1 2111 Beechmont Ave. Slltton 6535 .i.-..- .... - .... -n..- .... - .... -...- .... ---- .-.. - ..-. - .-.. - -... - - .-.-. 'f"n""""' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" " "" 'M' "" """"' LANE BEAUTY SALON FORESTVILLE 1 i All branches of beauty service rendered i with personal interest to our patrons. 1 Specializing 1 in skin and scalp treatments 1 1 Eve. Appointments Phone BE 7922 I .i.. .... -. .... - .... - ..., - .... - .... - .... - -.-. - - - .-.- - .... -.-.-...- .-.- --..--. o!n1nn.1nl 1111 utnt 1 unun 1 nnnn 1 nnut 1 nunu 1 nunn 1111 u n 1:11414 1 1 EcKEE'r's Department Stores i 2106-2114 Beechmont Avenue f Mt. Washington 1 FREE PARKING FOR CUSTOMERS 309 East Pearl Street 1 Between Broadway and Sycamore 1 1 +-uu1uu-un-uu1un14m1u.n1uu inn 11:111nll1uu1ln1un1nnn1-llll1l -4. q..-....- .. -.....-....-....-....-....-....-....-.,.-n.-...-...-...-...op i I l - THE ENTERPRISE ' 'i BUILDING ASS'N. CO. T i Eastern Ave. and Linwood Road Loans On Real Estate and F. H. A. WM. E. DALLMAN, Sec'y. 1 - I I Phones: i i Office EAst 4183 Res. BEechmont 7234-R -1- -i-- f--' - '-'- - '-'- - --'- - "-' - '--' - ---- - -'-- - ---' - 'f-f - ---- -u-'---- ---' - ttt- -W- "!' '!"-""' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" ' "" - "" - "" - "" - "" - "" -""- 1 For White Villa Foods, Choice Meats s'roP AT 1 1 . 1 I HALL s Q z DELICATESSEN Eno of Bos Lane BE. 7493 1 2 Gas ts. ou Service Station i WE DELIVER .1 1. -1' iw- Ifvu 11-- ---------- .. . ,- 1 1 1 1 i THOMAS E. WOOD 1 GENERAL INSURANCE T 1 2010-2822 Cai-ew Tower I I Phone: C1-terry 3363 Cincinnati. Ohio 1 1 T 1 -1. .i.- .-.. - .... --... .. . ........ .... --g -go-n -----. ........ . ..- 1 1 1 1 1 W. H. BARBER 1 , 1 1 BLACK SAMBO Q Coal - Coke Gravel, Sand, Cinders 1 1 1 5347 Eastern Ave. Phone: EAst 1152 1 I 'I' E" "" 'W' "" - "" 1 "" - "" --'- ' -"HQ"-'H-IIH1-I-HI1 'k53i' in..1.m1,...111 11-...-...-11111111..11..r1 COMPLIMENTS OF MR. and MRS. E. E. KURZYNSKI COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I.. Bowman, Jr. and Familg I 4, ...,.,,-....-...........-.W-W-W ---- ----- ----------- - .9 'k54'k I I I - I 5 1"-" ---'-- """""'i" "" """" "" """"!' I I I I II T I1 Compliments of I A I f' . I jf T. P. White 8: Sons 1 Ii Mt. Washington New Richmond .. I I I I I i Phones: I' BEechmont 7150 I New Richmond 4832 -H3-w--w--i------ -.'-1-1--H- -I- - - - --'H--'F I Ulmer's Service Station Corner ol Salem and Beacon Streets I I soH1o PRODUCTS i I Lubrication - Accessories - Batteries I Phone: SUtton 6781 I R-mmm---mmmmwmmwmi 1-', -'-- -1-- ---- ---- --1- Ta.1uu1u1-1-uu1uu1uniuuc-M1uu1IIu1uu1nv1Hv1MH1vI11Ill1III-0? I CEIMGEVOGHBANG 7 I Complete Line oi Radio Tubes RADIO REPAIR 61 l 2 Bonneville Phone BE 7 206 5 ....-..-...-...-..-..-............-...-..-...-.......-..-....-...-1. T.-..m1m11nn-nu1nn-nn1nn1nu1nn:nu- lvrl -M1 llvl 1r1n1lm1uu-a!v BUcK's I . Mt. Washington Sweet Shop i It 2113 Beechmont Ave. suuon 6498 4g.,,-,,,-..,-............- .... .. ..., .... . ......-....-...-..-..i. I"""' ' 'u"""""""""""""""""' ""'I""'T U Compliments of I Beechmont Pharmacy II 2101 Beechmont Ave. I 4- ,,,,1.,,, 1111 40.1.1.1 1un1un-un 1111- uu1I0b 'k56 nu nu- T"""' """""'"""""""'"""""i""'""""""""""'' 1 , S T AN S. . i Mens and Boys Furmshings I Complete Line ol All Leather Footwear ! tor Men, Boys. and Children I 2116 Beechmont Avenue ,g,. .... -.,- .... -...-...- .... .. .,.. ... .... .. .... - .... - ..,. - ..., .. .... - .... -.-..- 1"-""'-""'- "" - "" - "" - "" - "" - "" - "" '- "" - "" """- "" -""""'- 1 P. LIPPOLIS I Cherry Grove. Ohio SUtton 50-M .1 Smoked and Fresh Meats I Groceries and Vegetables I Novelties P1513 llll il i ilfl '- 'l'l 1' lill 3 'l'l T 'll' T 'I" imfi 'II' 1'I'I'T"7"'l 'ITWT :lou nn 11-- vvvu 1 uvvv 1 evl- - lvlv 1 Ivvv 1 vv'1 - vII1 1111 III' 1 I Compliments I RATTNERS DEPT. STORE I 3837 Eastern Ave. Phone EAS! 5708 4. .,., - .,,, ... .,,, - .,., ...,,- .,., -..-.- .. -...... -..,-..-..-.... :laminar 1 -m- nnan -m1 :--v 1 :-vu 1111 v-'- 1 l:-- - :-r' 1'-1'-'1I'-'1- .I I Compliments of I SALEM GARDENS i LUNCH 6 SANDVVICHES .i.-...- .,., -,.,- .,,, - .,,, - .,,. - ,.,. - .,., - .,., -..- ..., -...-...-........-.... 'f""" ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' """ "" """"" I I 1 BRUKAMP 81 BRESSLER I INC. I I Phone SUtton 6001 I I R. F. D. 13 Mt. Washington, Ohio I i FIVE GREAT FUELS I I Black Iewel Bituminous I Bradshaw Pocahontas I Treated Stoker Coal Semet Solvay Coke I Blue Beacon I I Alter5 P. M. Call BEechmont 7027-W I I pm. .-... ., .---- ---me i' A White Villa Store White Villa Meyers'-Partridge Food Brand Products Pork Products Frosted Foods FRUITS AND VEGETABLES D. B. PHILLIPS C. O. ALBIEZ We Deliver-SUtton 6295 THE ECONOMICS OF PLENTY . . THE COOPERATIVE WAY User-Cooperation has amply demonstrated its effectiveness in lowering price levels. Thus, the money you save can be used to buy other needs and services you Want, your purchasing power increases, more men are put to work making the things you need, and the cycle begins again. Thus, we can create the plenty we all seek. loin hands with more thanfQ--policy holders who have demon- strated their ability to lower insurance costs the cooperative Way with Farm Bureau Mutual Automobile, Lite and Fire Insurance. CLYDE INGRAM R. No. 8. Mt. Washington Oflice Phone: MAin 2687 Res. Phone: BE 8088 REPRESENTING Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Companies i Home Otiice-Columbus. Ohio i'57'k 'I' I - I--'--'-I-I ,, I I I TWIN MILLS I I I I SHORT ORDERS I I I Sandwiches of All Kinds I I Soft Drinks I I - ..-- --------- - ..-.., .r.....- - - - -1-w-- -'-' ----m'-m1---'- - - --In-...-.!. I I I Compliments of I A FRIEND I I I I - .... - .... ....- . .- ,... -...- .... -.. ..... ..-..,, 1n1mI-ua-wn1uu1nII1 uvvn - -nfv 1 Iluv -m1 -uln 1 uuun --ul-11-I-11:1---II--Inu-q!. 1 Forestville Service Station I I For Better Results Use I I STANDARD ou. Pnonucrs I Tires. Greasinq. Battery Service I I WM. D. ROOS, Prop. I -I--I---I- - '-'- -I----m-w- '-'- -I----I-I--w--w- - --I---v u!p.1uII1IIn1un1uII1 -lln -un-nn1nn1uu1 nnvr 1 frvt 1m--nt:-an-Im1uII-a? I When you want the best in baked foods Buy our fresh products Try our Butter Bread I I I MT. WASHINGTON I I BAKERY I I Gus MACKE. Prop. Beechmont and Plymouth T I Phone: SUtton 6071 I -I---I- '-" - - -w'-I"-I"-I'-- "" -"I-I--""- - - ------3 T...,.,, ..--- .... - II..- .... -.......I....I..... - .. I-...-.....f I Compliments ol I I Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Miner L..- .... - ,... - .... - -..-...-..-..-..-..-...-..-..-.......i .!...-,tgintliln--.011 141- --ni-uni:miamiRuiuniuuiun-un-nn-nu-gig I Mt. Washington Meat Market I I Fresh and Smoked Meats i I Cut the way you like it. - .L 2119 Beechmont Ave. .I- 'k58 'I"""' "" "" ' "" ' "" "" ' "" ' "" "" ' ""' I Compliments of Mr. I. E. Nordyke I...-...-...-...-..-...-...-..-..-...-..-..-..-..-.....-.i :Io 1nn-nn-mI-nu-un-un-Rn-Im-un-nn1nn1mI-un-nu--an-uv--1. B. and B. Super Market 2 Quality Meats. Fruits. and Vegetables " I BEechmont 8198 Framed F235 Beechmont Ave. I I- .... -..- .... - .... .I1EsRRIYfII:...5IIzIs5..-..-..-..-..I :Ea-111-I-u - -n--mI-R.I-mI-n-1-I.-mI-nu-uu- n-un--In-an-of QUALITY I I and SERVICE Dry Cleaning I One Day Service I rUscUI.U1vI CLEANERS I I 3712 Eastern Ave. I Phone EA 1602 -i--w----- - -I--I---------In--'--I--w--I- ---------I' ag.----.n1un1 1 1-II-III.1.III-II...-RI.1u1 -. - -nu-u--T : Compliments of I I I MARTIN IcI.osE. Esq. I,.-..-..,-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..........I T--uu-u- - -vn--w- I-II -- lfll -Iw-HH-H- - -I---I-I--1? I Best Wishes 5 from I I SCHATZ PHARMACY I Amelia i .i.-...- .... -...-..-..-.......-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-..,. Im" "I""I""'I"I' ' ' ' ' ' "MII I I I I I I I Compliments of : I I OHN HILBERG I I I I I I-,,,-,. .......... ..-.....-..-....I 'k gf' --------------------------- ----- I I D ARL U. ARNUL PRINTING COMPANY Telephone MAin 2893 139 E. Third Street Cincinnati, Ohio FOR PERSONAL SERVICE - VALUE - ECONOMY PATRONIZE YOUR COMMUNITY STORES When In Need Ot HARDWARE. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. SEEDS Boots, Shoes, Work Clothing Bottled Gas and Appliances Dry Goods and Notions SEE The For-estville Fuel and Supply Co. Ohio Pike Telephone BEechmont 7640 Forestville, Ohio 'k59'k E '!"""'n "" " 'I "" 'N' ' "N" "" "2-l' '?""" "" ' " ' ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' " l Q U - f ! Perfurmmg A Dual Role 1 5 I ! . . H Q Compliments of I FOR YOU Mr. and Mrs. Iack Dorman I and i Q n -- I 1 l' VICTORY i g ll -'i-11 S 5 M 5 I .5 + + 5 ... ... - , ..,......... n ,- Class Rings and Pins in-ml ----------- - - - , Commencement Invitations 1 Diplomas - Personal Cards l l i i I T Compliments of BILL BACHMAN ' i ' 6175 Bramble Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Phlhp R. Cottrell Cincinnati. Ohio l ! H L. G. Balfour Co. Attleboro Massachusetts I E ., i I -1-.......-........- -..-..-..-......- -..... -...- -...-..g. .i.-....-...- .. .. - - - - - - - .. .. - ugu-nu-nu ------------- ........-.f 4..- .... .-.---.-- - - - - - yn . l ! l l ! 1 ' H , l - Compliments of E l Compliments H A FRIEND L Q Of n. ! ! 1 I E l ! ! I i I 3 : 2 l I I n-----,-,,,,, pppp , i 744 1.-.M-. ------------- .-- .-.- -1. Q ,. ! L ! l ! I Q M Compliments ot 5 g Mr. and Mrs. R. F. spicker i ,. I l l l 1 1 l li g ! .V I ! -i-----H ------------- -III - M-----if -1'-H-I-ml-w ---- - - - - - - - -H 'k60i' ,I GPN J NIE: 'lb 1-t..1ttt.1tt.v1mt1uvt.1tm1nn1...t1....1....1ttn1tt..1 1 .t..utt1tut -4. 4...-.......... ---.........- ....- -4. ! ! PART COVERAGE Q n IS NOT ENOUGH Every home owner needs the following insurance protection. I 1 May we give you a quotation on I 1 your needs? I 1 l l Fire Insurance on Your Home i Extended Coverage on Your Home Household Goods i i Rent Insurance E Residence Liability T lil a guest is iniuredl : : Domestic Servants Liability tit a servant is iniuredl Q Q Residence Burglary Q Q I ! I l KOPF Sz KOPF Q 2 L L East 7421 BE 7188-I l w. N. BAINUM, Mgr. I I .. ..., .... M ......-..,- ,... -,.-..t ..... t,-..g. .i. 1m 111-11111 11111 I Iuvulu-T T l T I EUWPERTHWAITE FLORIST I , i i Flowers and Plants tor All Occasions Visit our Greenhouse and Flower Shop any time. You Are Always Welcome. T l I I ! l l 1 ! l CHERRY GROVE, OHIO 1 i i I . l -.- -t-- ---- -A ------------ ---- - -4- i'62'k ZA Shea Expertly Fitted By X-Ray M 3502-04 Columbia Parkway Cincinnati. Ohio Phone: EAst 9788 -...,1u,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1uu1.uu1un1 u-ttt.11111111.-11.-..1uu1 Cornpliments oi HAPPY LANDING CAFE Foot ol Mt. Washington it-qn1pn1 +- I "!"l' 'I uu1uu1 1 1 1 11-u..nn1nu1uu1.I 1 1 1 -uII1n 1nn1uu1uu1u-I..nn1nn..nn1uu1mI1.m1nn-I ! "We Deliver" i T I I 1 KEYES DRY CLEANERS j I Certified Cleaning and Tailoring -lf- - I I "Quality Rules" I I I :T BE 7049 5 g I 2109 Beechmont Ave. Mt. Washington i T '5'-----'-I'-H'-'-"- '-" - "" ---- ' '-M- "" -"-"-""-"l' 'i- T.-....-..-. -.I.- .... - .... - .... -...-...-.I-..I- .... - -..-....--..-.!. .!. I K. BRIDGES I I I COAL- com: i ' I simon sua I.- ..., - ..,. ---- - -.-.--.--I--.M t.t. ----- I I-.4 , 'I-----Ir - -tr 'f" -'M-I-'I-Hr 1-" -Ir -I-H'--rf I I Compliments of 1 WONDEE BREAD I HOSTESS CAKES 5 I .i.-...-..-...- .... .. ..., ....-......-..-. .... - .... -......-....- -...-..,. q.. 1----u- --" - -m-- ---- -I----I---------M ---- ---u- - --I-1--I-I I I I I I I E Max Schwartz And Son I I I f 2 I I Men's and Young Men's 2 4' Clothing Headquarters I I I I Q I I 21282 Beechmont Ave. Mt. Washington E I .L I .I -g------ ---' ---n------n- ---- - --If -I-I------I-HM ---- - -'-- - '--' ------'-I-1' I- I Mt. Washington Pharmacy I Beechmont and Corbly 2 F I The Drug Store on the Corner I I i That Does Business on the Square L I -1-I---M ---- -I-.-----I------- - -n- ---- ----I- --I-.I I I I""""""i' ' '"u""""""""""" ' ' "'n""'T I -I Compliments ol T 5 I REISER'S I 2 I I... I I i'63'k u1an1un1nn1 nn..nu11m1-m1M1uu1un..mI-Im1,m1 N1 W1 BOWL AT HODDE'S High School League Wednesday Grade School League Friday 6014 Montgomery Rd. ME 2424 Im1uu1 1 11m1-In1-In.....u1m.1...,.-nu1Im..n.1 1 1uu n1un1nn..-nu..nn1nn1nu1un1mI1Im1Im1M1Im1vm1uu1uu1 Chester Sheatzley 61 Son Groceries and Meats 2963 Beechmont Ave. SUtton 6125-6126 -un..uu..un1.uu1nn1Im1-m1Im1 1.-u1mI1.m1.m1l.n1mI1-un n1un1un1 1nu1.nu1.I-I1un1.m1.m1u-I1-m1W1 1 1..I.1 Where Friends Meet Rancho Rankin Diner Complete Fountain Service Beechmont Ave. and Rankin Rd. Foot oi Mt. Washington Hill SU. 6663 u1uu1un1mI1 nn1un1uu1mI1un1uu1Im1m,1Im1n-I1 mI1m.1 Dorman Automotive Parts Co. Parts for all Cars and Trucks Complete Machine Shop Service Court and Sycamore-Cincinnati 3816 Main St.-Norwood Etze1's Service Station GULF PRODUCTS Eight Mile Rd. and Route 125 Ollicial Tire Checking Station SUtton 6055W -nu1.I.1u-I11011.,,.1,,.,1.,,.1,.,,1....1.,..1....1m.1.m1., 1 11.1.1 u1nn1nu1 1 1 1Iu1un1 1nn1m,1 1 1 1 1m.1 Compliments ot l. C. LATHROP 1 1...-. 1 1Im1 THE GIRL RESERVES THE HI-Y CLUB 1II.I1 1IIII1III1,III1IIII1 1 1 1 1 1 1IIII1 1 1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII-.IIII1IIII1IIII 1II1 1 II1IIII + -.ig +n1I,I4 L,1,i1111111 -III:-IIII-1 -gl. Compliments oi fachfoca Z. Compliments of George A. Nielsen Compliments of THE MASQUE AND GAVEL CLUB 1I.II1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1-nn--n S H O B E ' S DELICATESSEN 2111 Beechmont Ave. Phone SUtton 17 WE DELIVER 11..1I.I.1IIII1IIII1IIII1 1IIII1 1 1 1 I.1.,..- 1 1IIII1IIII1u 1 I1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII1IIII.-I 1 1 1IIII1IIII 11111.-11111IIII1IIII I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I - - -..I-...j. 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Washington IIII-1IIII1 1 1 -.. 1 1 1 1 1 1 .... 1 1 1IIII1 4...-...-..-... .............. ....-. ...... - . - .. .....-..,.- 4, Il H DEAD STOCK REMOVED L Horses - Cows -- Calves -- Sheep - Hogs E l I ELMWOOD RENDERING 1 COMPANY LOCKLAND, OHIO L Phone vAuey oss? tReverse Charges? .u.......,,-..- - -- -......... ..-.,.- .... - .... .--....... - - - -..-..- +.1'nit'-1un1nn1nu1nu11In1-I-1'-1--uinn1I-n-un1un1nu-nn-T .!u-nn- -llf 1 - -mimt-I-II1uu1m,1n..1I.,.-.IIR1 1 im., -4, H HARNESS, SADDLES, COLLARS I ! a For Every Purpose Manufacturers of I Sheets and Blankets 1 I BONE AND HIDE GLUE I Repairing a Svedalfv STEAM BONE FOR FEEDING Dog Hamas' Conan' Leads ANIMAL AND POULTRY FEEDS KURZYNSKI MFG. CO. TAI-I-OWS - GREASES 1608 Central ggangincinnati. Ohio vH-----M- ..-- -.----.-.----- ..-. -----I.-.M--It---M----I-.-----I. i Help The war Euan By saving Your i Kitchen Grease 1I------- ------------ I---W--I---p I L I 5 l . 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