Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

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if ia i 19 -+3 fl L il E Hi xi S es in J Q j '4 'i Y Q .1 5 ,i 4 4 4 4 17 J 5 i 1 1 gi ?l 4 fi 'l 2 E E 5. 9 E 2 ? I5 Sl E 'Z ui S 4 5 I L QZZJQJSEWIZN S722 55272191 56155 clfcjflume 16 4 "THE PRGMISEH NUMBER ,Qi . X ' Y! . 7 .f -'vi ,4. , I 'Ziff-.5 ms' ' 5 5.21: ,mm g2'W7Z5'5w UW EMM FORESTVILLE, OHIO 1944-1945 52626515572 cgzfwff WW gdfvfaaf ix qanewoncll As you leaf through the pages of this 1945 Andersonian, may it bring to you many memories of our school. But may it also serve to remind you of the ideals we have carried with us at our leaving. For our eyes have pierced the pall of battle-smoke veiling a world at death grips with itself, and have seen a vision take form. We have looked beyond this period of strife and turmoil into the future, and what we have seen has kindled in our hearts new hope and new courage for our tomorrow. "A better world"-this is a trite phrase, and to some, tiresome. But to youth it is neither trite nor tiresome, but filled with meaning and promise. Like men of old, we have seen in the sky God's promise for the dawning of another and a better era. Today has been 'fashioned by those before us, tomorrow is ours! Dedication MARTHA SILVER o Cwlantha I found a rose with leaves of gold, With hue of sunshine glowing boldg Its reaching warmth my heart took hold And gathered me into its fold. lt led me when the worst winds blew, In trials it helped my hopes renewg So there I left it shining true, And there you'll find it helping you. By Joi-:N non Qfafmzhzkf zzzibw ROBERT E. WRIGHT The grace of tolerance needs to be proclaimed today as never before. In this war between the nations they meet our sons and daughters--Catholic and Protestant, Jew and Gentile, Black and White, and all face death, we are told, for the freedom of men. ln the call of duty creeds and beliefs do not interfere. There is no difference in the hour of need. And this should be the spirit in this great Nation we love, of all groups and faiths, that America might be the power for good that God desires. It is time to bury all of the evils of religious and economic intolerance forever. The average town or village in our nation is divided into so many groups that their great problem is that of self-preservation. Many times they are actually fighting one against another, instead of co- operating for the salvation of the community. But in many places there is the light of a new day dawning where people are beginning to co-operate under the banner- "We Agree to Differ. We Resolve to Love. We Unite to serve." 6 Uflcmndl of Cdl ucatlon William N. Judd Fred Weiss 4:.. : at - --.,, Edwin I. HGWklY1S Reglorer C, Ayer President ..,.,,. Clerk . , OFFICERS 7 Joseph W. Moddux William Judd ..Restorer C. Ayer FIRST ROW--Nell Steen, Mary Struke, Pauline Martin, Vera Nash, Betty Mathis, Ann Daisey. SECOND ROW-Charles Brown, Bonnie O. Seaman, Robert E. Wright, Dorothy Vandervort, Sheldon Myers. High .School 'zfaculltuy MR. ROBERT E. WRIGHT Principal Biology MISS VERA M. NASH Senior Girls' Adviser English IV Latin French 1,964 MR. CHARLES L. BROWN Senior Boys' Adviser Civics Boys Physical Education Girls Physical Education, Coach . ,uw J Au- ' MRS. MARY H. STRUKE Junior Girls' Adviser Spanish English I, Ill MR. SHELDON MYERS Junior Boys' Science Chemistry Aeronautics Physics Adviser 777. . 4 l,Z,L,,4', my IRQ 8 MRS. BONNIE SEAMAN Sophomore Girls' Adviser Bookkeeping Typing Shorthand General Business I- X rx Kr Miss BETTY MATHIS I Ty Sophomore Boys' Adviser I 4' American History I' World History ' c ' Modern History ' English ll MISS PAULINE MARTIN AJ, Freshman Girls' Adviser fi Home Economics Related Science . MISS ELEANOR GRAHAM ' Freshman Boys' Adviser Mathematics MRS. ANN DAISEY Art MISS DOROTHY VANDERVORT Girls' Chorus , MRS. NELL STEEN Q4 Instrumental Music FIRST ROW-Margarel Bradley, Jeannelle Kinney, Elecla Adams, Harold Maddux, Gerlrude Acldicoll Edna Simcox, Frances Shreve. SECOND ROW-Killy Drake, Gladys Anderson, Emma Johnson, Alice Kaiserman, Louise Nell, Mary Laugh, Emma Fry, Lou Anna Knuckles, Nina Lou Leeds, Irene Broderson, Bessie Ayer, Georgia Ayer union J'Ilql1 Sclxooll qaculltlf, MISS GERTRUDE L. ADDICOTT 8X MR. HAROLD MADDUX 8Y nacllo Sclxooll MRS. BESSIE AYER 6X MRS. GEORGIA AYER 6Y MRS. EMMA JOHNSON 5X MRS. KITTY DRAKE 5Y MRS. IRENE BRODERSEN 4X MISS NINA LOU LEEDS 4Y MISS GLADYS ANDERSON 3X MRS. ELECTA ADAMS 7X MRS. EDNA SIMCOX 7Y qaculltlf, MISS LOU ANNA KNUCKLES 3Y MISS MARY LAUGH 3Z MISS MARGARET BRADLEY 2X MISS ALICE KAISERMAN 2Y MISS .IEANNETTE KINNEY IX MRS. FRANCES SHREVE IY MRS. LOUISE NELL IZ 'Klnclonqantnn MISS EMMA FRY MRS, NEVA KELLY, R. N. MRS. MADELINE LIEBERMAN, R. N 9 Racoqnltlon LIBRARIANS BUS DRIVERS MATRON AND CUSTODIAN OFFICE SECRETARY COOKS LUNCHROOM CASHIERS IO li rh llu 5 S Qnlon CQQAA Ofgtlcanzs Jacqueline Ott, Virginia Judd, Edward Kopf, Agnes Messmer President . .,.. ,. .. Edward Kopf Vice President .,., , Virginia Judd Secretory .,.. Agnes Messmer Treasurer . ,. .. . ...... Jackie Ott 5 FLOWERS Red Rose and Lily-of-the-Valley COLORS Maroon and White MOTTO "Truth Conquers" I2 Class When we look into the dim dark past ages, about the year of 1933, we might see little figures getting off school buses and wandering dazedly into their class- rooms. There they were welcomed with open arms by Katherine Etzel and Annette Pricket, their teachers. Can't you imagine Jean Ann Clark banging Dickie Bridges over the head with a teeter-totter, Teddy Rittenhouse looking at Santa Claus at Christmas time with awe and reverence. Earl Mette and Carolyn Angus being locked in the coat room trying to learn to read. Virginia Judd with a three inch bow on the top of her head and her hair bobbed. Evelyn Clemens coming in every morning holding the hand of an upper classman-a third grader! Virginia Truitt crying every day because she was home- sick. Clifford Fralich pushing Irene Bate- man and Donna Fisher oFf the slide, Robert Brooks playing dominos and working puzzles, Eloise Taylor standing in the hall because she talked to the little boy next to her, Mary Hauke showing her play- mates around the basement when her father wasn't looking, Jennie Mullen go- ing around calling everyone "Susie." All too soon, those days passed, and with the days so passed these pupils into the second grade. There their little minds were enlightened and broadened by Mary Louise Stickel and Jane Haarlam- mert. They were really arown up by the time they reached the third grade. Just think-they had homework to do! lAlso -how soon they learned to dread itll Their teachers this vear were Gertrude Carlson and Mary Laugh. Much to the sorrow of this class, durinq this year Miss Carlson became ill. Ethel Markley took her place. Very few will forget the fourth grade. Under the direction of Marian Montgom- ery they gave an almost professional pupet show. Each attendant had to pay three pins! Who can forget Jan and Betia and Peter and the pup? In the fifth grade this group were men and women of the world. They were up- J'lil.xtonuf stairs and had four teachers-Mrs. Bessie Ayer, Mrs. Georgia Ayer, Miss Eleanor Powers and Miss Mariorie Sturm. The sixth grade was similar to the fifth, only more so. Miss Sturm was married during the year and Miss Helen McCord took her place the next year. Most of the children passed on to the seventh grade. This year they had Junior High basketball teams-girls and boys- which played with other schools. The next year they only had a boys' team. There were also intra-mural games. The teachers in Junior High were Miss Gertrude Addi- cott, Miss Martha Jane Pulliam, Mr. Harold Obee, and Mr. John Blough. How many could forget serenading Mr. Blough with "Oh Johnny," currently popular. The high light of the eighth grade was the state examination and commencement. There was a wonderful celebration at Judd's af- ter the program. By this time they were entering the school as knock-kneed starry-eyed Fresh- men. They were duly and properly initi- ated into high school life at the Freshmen Dance, after being tortured for a day by the upper classmen. As Sophomores they gave the Freshmen a dance with all the trimmings-including the well-filled pond. By this time they had entered into the spirit of torturing Fresh- men with pleasure. As Juniors they put on a most success- ful class play, entitled "The Mad Hatters." Who would have more natural ability to put on a play about crazy people? At the end of the year they showed the Seniors how much they loved and respected them by giving them a dance at the Mariemont Inn. Finally, after twelve hard years, these students finally reached the point when they could call themselves Seniors. They assumed leadership in various activities. ln the spring they gave a unique class play. Later they strolled up the aisle, accepted their diplomas and went on to the events of the future. ,iff If 'J vx .- s lef . EYLLURA A 9 .. ,le l nov ANDERSON '-cya.-,pw Cass Tech 1, Mackenzie 2, 3, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. X ff! CAROLYN ANGUS "Gus" G. R. l, Cabinet 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, G. A. A. l, Board 2, 3, 4, Masque 8, Gavel 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Pianist 3, 4, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, Class Play 3, Class Officer 2, Lan- tern l, 2, 3, 4, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key-Grand Gold. IRENE BATEMAN "Rene" G. R. l, 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. Jw r X RUTH BETSCHER "Proxy" G. R. I, G. A. A. l, Glee Club l, Pep l 4, Annual 4, lantern 4., iv RICHARD BRIDGES "Dick" Baseball l, 4H 2, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. DONQ. CKMAN "Brock" Loyola Acad. llll.l I, New Trier llll.l 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Scholarship 3, Pep Club 4, Basketball Mgr. 4, Key- Bronze. ff IQ.. RO ERT- R00 S "Dudley" Hi-Y l, 2, 3, Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2. JEA ANN CLARK "Pip Squeak" G. R. l, 2, 3, 4 Oflicer, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4 Board, lantern 2, 4, Scholarship 2, Cheerleading Squad 1, An- nual 4, Pep Club, Key- Silver. EVELYN CLEMENS "Ev" G. R. l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. T, 2, 3, Glee Club l, 2, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. CATHERINE DORAN "Kate" G. R. l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. l,2,3,4,Glee Club l,2,4, v Annual 4, P Club 4, U . I Key-Bronze. if-N! A. .fl ,f . 1 . , X is A ,g l if .1 1 f ry , ,f . ' '- .. . 5 ,f Q. 'I4 hx If I Q EY'LlU7'Lb. MELVIN DUTTON "Deacon" Milford High 1, Masque 8- Gavel 2, 3, 4, Debate 3, Lantern 4, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. BARBARA ANN DUVALL "Bobs" G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 3, 4, Lantern 4, Annual 4, Pep Club, Key-Silver. 7!1f,,1.f.:"- E . fr- Q2 ,,,,,.,-M' MARJORIE EVANS "Margie" G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent, Lantern 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1., Board 2, 3, 4, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, Cheer- leader 3, 4, Cheerleading Squad 1, 2, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key-Gold. NORMAN FAIRBANKS "Banks" Hi-Y 3, 4, Annual 4, Foot- ball 4, Marines Second Semester. DONNA FISHER "Donnie" G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key- Bronze. CLIFFORD FRALICH '-Pudgy' Hi-Y 2, 3, OFf1cer 4, Scholar ship 1, 2, 3, Masque 8. Gavel 2, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key-Gra nd Gold. JERRY GIBSON "Gibby' Amelia 1, 2, Withrow 3 Hi-Y 4, Band 4, Annual 4 Pep Club 4. MARY HAUKE "Mare' G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2 Scholarship 2, Lantern 4 Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key- Bronze. HENRY HILBERG "Hank' Masque 81 Gavel 2, 3, 4 Annual 4, Key4Bronze, U of Cincinnati 2 Semester. VIRGINIA JUDD "Jinya' G. R. 1, Board 2, 3, 4 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lantern 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque 8. Gavel 1, 2, 3, President 4, Scholar- Class Play 3, Class Ofticer ship 1, 2, 3, Debate 1, 2, 3 4: Annual 4, Pep Club 4 Key-Grand Gold, Miami U 2 Semester. anlonla MARILYN JUSTICE "Many" WILLIAM LEHMAN "Bill" G. R. 'l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Baseball I, 4, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key- Scholarship 2, Annual 4, Bronze. Pep Club 4, Key-Gold , ' 1 Mfg' X. , .1 f-?..oP2532ff"7-. ' JACQUELINE KAUFMANN FRANCES LIPPOLIS "Repele" "Judie" G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, G. R. 'l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. I, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 4, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Ianlern 4, Annual 4, Pep Annval 4, Pep Club 4, Key Club 4. - -Bronze. , 4 , ,,,y"i"! , ff .. 'f few ff' f ,,nMf"' , ' V 1 ERMA KEEI- "DUFFY" LOIS MEFFORD "Meff" G- R. 1.2. 3, 4: G- A. A- G. R. 1,2, 3, 4, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 47 Glee Club I, 2, 47 I, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, AHHUGI 4: PCP Club 41 KGY Lantern 4, Annual 4, Pep -Bronze. Club 4, Key-Gold. ' f , 7 ,,'if,'f'f', 4.1 ff' I xm' V, f K , -ei g ja' f ,yd , .L4,w.,'wi,l-Z, f EDWARD KOPF "E AGNES MESSMER "Ag" Hi-Y 3, Vice Presidenl 4, G, R, 1, 2, 3, 4, G, A, A, Track 3, Class Play 3, Class 1, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, PTCSICIGHI 4: SCIWIUVSIWIP 37 Scholarship I, 2, 3, Class AHHUUI 47 PEP Club 4: KEY- Officer 4, lanlern 4, Annual Silver. 4, Pep Club 4, Key4Grand Gold. - J, I i Q N, J. , ,,,.gyf ,J I-, . 'A ' I E . I V, .4 WARREN KRUMMEL "Wurnie" EARL METTE Hsgoogeu Bafkelbvll If 2' 31 47 Hl'Y Hi-Y I, 2, Treasurer 3, Presi- 3,0fFfEf41BG"d 11,3141 denl 4, suskeibuii 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Scholarship 3, Track Mgr, 3, Schomrship 2, 4H I, Track 3, .Annual 4: lantern 2, 4, Foolball Mgr. PGP Club 4:KeY-Bf0f11e- 4, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key-Bronze. I6 gil enianb. HAROLD MOTZ l'Motze" TED RITTENHOUSE "Ritt" Hi-Y 3,4, Key-Silver. Track 2, 3, 4, Football 3, Basketball I, 2, 4, U. S. Navy, 2 Semester. f 'J M l PHY IYAIMJJCHMORE 'KlgIfglyl"f01x JOHN ROLL "Bob" , R- 1, 2, 3, 4, G, A. A, Hi-Y 3, 4, Football 3, 4, l, 2, Board 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Masque 8. Gavel 2, 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, Lan- tern 4, Scholarship 2, 3, Class Play 3, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key--Grand Gold. JENNIE MULLEN "Mully" G. R. l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Class Play 3, Cheerleading Squad l, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. ,L ,Q'0ffHgW G11 A xg, fe ff: Xvi' 3 Pc JACQUELINE OTT "Jackie" G. R. I, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Lantern 1, 2, 3, 4 Editor, Masque 8- Gavel l, 2, President 3, Vice President 4, Debate 2, 3, Scholarship 'l, 2, 3, Class Play 3, Class Officer 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key- Grand Gold. SARA OWENS "Sure" G. R. 'l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, Board 3, 4, Lantern l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Masque 81 Gavel 2, 3, 4, 4H l, Annual 4, Pep Club 4, Key-Gold. ' X f 1 Track 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Annual 4, Key-Silver. ,. , - V- y Lffllj 4. .IOYCE SCHAERGES "Punk" Amelia l, St. Joseph Acad. 2, G. R. 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Lantern 4, Annual 4. M . . ff , . if-,ly l A1 f l. if fc, I 2 AIIRGINIA SCHOMBERG "Jinny" G. R. l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Cheerleading Squad 3, Pep Club 4. PAUL SHIMER "Sonny" Hughes 'l, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Class Play 3, Scholarship 2, Pep Club 4, Key-Silver. tx -3, I , . 4- . st is A fi 4 X ' .l ls I all enianl.-1 Qpgy Army 2 Semester. ELOISE TAYLOR "Gully" G. R. l, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, Class Omcer 1, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. ' X 'K N w"zQ'2w x 5 '4fllN .-If LESTER TAYLOR "Wee" Amelia 1, 2, Band 3, Class Play 3, Football Score-Time Keeper 4, Basketball Score Keeper 4, Lantern 4, Annual 4, Pep Club 4. JAMES STAGGENBORG "Stag" Basketball 2, 4, Football 2, 4, Track 4, Baseball 4, U. S. Q VIRGINIA TRUITT "Ginny" G. R. Cabinet I, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, Board, President 4, Glee Club l, 2, 4, Masque 8- Gavel 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, Scholarshi 1, 3, Class Officer l, 3, L tern l, 2, 3, 4, Annual!t4,iPep Club 4, Key Gl . . ' ' X T X BETTIE Wl L AMS "Betsy" Haverford l, Friend's Central 2, 3, G. R. 4, G. A. A. 4, Pep Club 4, Masque 8. Gavel 4. 5 1.4. , J 'JJ .l . xllll .l ANN YOUNG "Cherry" Withrow I, 2, Glee Club 3, 4, G. R. 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Masque 81 Gavel 3, 4, Annual 4. ROBERT HOPPER ROBERT SCHMIDT U. S. Navy U. S. Navy HARRY KUEHNER JAMES PELK U. S. Navy U S Army Clgancnta at the .Simian Mrs. Lucille Anderson and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus Richard Bateman and Mrs. Nelson Betscher Harold Bridges Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Brockman Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Clark Mrs. Katherine Doran Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Duvall Ray Dutton and Mrs. Thomas Evans H. R. Fairbanks Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. William Fralich Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Peter Lip Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Elmer Hauke John Hilberg, Jr. William Judd Steven Justice Lester Kaufmann and Mrs. Charles Keel Willard Kopf Fred Krummel William Lehman polis and Mrs. Clifford Y. Mefford Joseph Messmer Henry Mette Edmund Motz Robert W. Muchmore David Mullen J. William Ott K. R. Owens and Mrs. Clifford Rittenhouse Roland Roll and Mrs. Clifford Schaerges Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schomberg Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Seibert George Shimer Henry Staggenborg George Taylor Joe N. Taylor Ralph Truitt S. M. Young J. M. Williams I9 Clam ODTLUP l'l.ECl4 Miss Joyce Schaerges, the d e m o n woman-driver, cruised along at about three hundred miles an hour in her new stream-lined autogiro. She was busily reminiscing with her old friend, the former Evelyn Clemens, and so forgot to stop at an alrpocket, almost upsetting their vehicle. Hearing the angry voice of a sky- cop, the couple pulled over to a cloud and meekly awaited their lecture. Imagine their surprise when they saw that the policeman was none other than Norman Fairbanks, one of their old school chums, whom they had not seen for many years. "Why, hello, Tank!" they greeted him "How have you been?" And hastily re- newing their friendship, they eagerly dis- cussed old friends and old times. "Remem- ber Melvin Dutton, the 'Deacon?' He iust whizzed past. He is a flying instructor and is teaching Irene Bateman how to fly one of those new L-356. They are manufac- tured by the Hilberg plant-you remember Henry--he's making millions. The plane is quite the latest thing and was invented by that master physicist, John Roll. But, by the way getting back to the subiect, where were you going in such a hurry?" The girls hastily explained that they were going to a reunion of the class of '45 at the new Anderson in the modern metrop- olis of Forestville. They invited him to ac- company them. "Be glad to," he replied, "but first l'll have to get permission from my chief." He hopped in and they sped along to Sky District No. 7. Here they were amazed to find that the chief of police was that eminent house detective, Richard H. Bridges. Not only did he give his ready 1. permission for Tank to go with them, but decided to tag along himself. Arriving at the new fifty-acre building, they were directed to the parking field by Jerry Gibson, who parked airplanes in his spare time. The five entered the building by means of the pneumatic chute which was oper- ated by Ruth Betscher. They were taken to the immense dining hall which had been designed by Paul Shimer and decorated by Bettie Williams and Ann Young. They saw a group conversing together and drawing near, saw that the center of attraction was congresswoman Virginia Judd, who was discribing her latest visit to Lester Taylor's Hereford cattle farm in Indiana. After everyone had arrived, dinner was served and the chef, Bill Lehman, was brought from the kitchen to take a bow. He modestly explained that much of his success was due to the efforts of Carolyn Angus, who was nutrition and dietetics expert. The fruit and vegetables were supplied by the Lippolis chain stores. The only fiaw in the perfect cuisine was the specimen Phyllis Muchmore found in her mashed potatoes. The day was saved, however, when she emitted a shout of glee and exclaimed that it was the rare insect she had been seeking. She planned to take it to her laboratory for analysis. The serenity of the proceedings was shattered when Jacqueline Ott, dripping furs and iewels, breezed in. ln character- clD7'LUb'J l'1.E.Cl3 istic language, interspersed with French, she described her latest stage success which she had written and starred in. Jim Staggenborg and Ted Rittenhouse, founders of the firm of Rittenborg and Co., makers of plastic thumb-guards for dunkers, were loudly discussing the com- ing presidential election. lTheir super- salesman of the gadgets, Roy Anderson with his persuasive line, was canvassing Persia and was unable to attendl. They were calmed by the delicious candy manufactured under the trade name of Donnamar the exclusive skill of Donna Fisher and Marilyn Justice. A toast was raised to the former ad- visers and teachers of the class, Miss Vera Nash and Mr. Charles Brown, who were retired. Miss Nash had been enioying her well-earned rest by chaperoning girls' tours to Europe. Although Europe is now only two hours away by air, the sea-going Miss Nash prefers the old-fashioned and more luxurious steamers. Mr. Brown and his family are living on a farm. A clever after-dinner speech was made by Robert Dudley Brooks, foremost author and critic. He recalled some of the adven- tures of those two World War Il heroes, Jim Pelk and Harry Kuehner. He then asked different people to relate some of their experiences since they had left their school days behind. Jennie Mullen arose to tell how she and Mary Hauke had founded a home for wounded veterans right after the last war. They were super- vising the nursing, and the business end of the hospital was directed by the effi- cient Agnes Messmer. Ed Kopf said that the under-taking business was as dead as ever. The stylish Jacqueline Kaufmann whose clothes are designed by the firm of Eloise Taylor and Catherine Doran, which takes up where Schiapperelli leaves off is employed in Washington as secretary to Harold Motz, the present Secretary of Agriculture. Here they see much of Clif- ford Fralich who is Food Administrator. Jean Ann Clark, who started out as stewardess on the Brockman Air lines, is now in charge of training air hostesses. The iob is a tremendous one, since air travel has increased so. One of the most well-known voices in America, that of Margie Evans, claimed our attention. Miss Evans is more fam- iliarly known as "Aunt Mae," whose friendly chatter is heard daily over the air waves. Her sponsor is the Krummel Hardware Stores. The famous ex-Powers model, Virginia Truitt, whose bright smile was seen every- where in print was accompanied by her illustrator, Earl Mette. V i r g i n i a Schomberg attributed the youthfulness of her appearance to the wonderful cosmetics made by Barbara Duvall and Erma Keel. As the day waned, we sadly prepared to leave, agreeing to meet again another year. Our nostalgic thoughts were bright- ened at the sound of singing. Sara Owens and Lois Mefford the famous team of yesteryear, were together at last. Class Cllillilil ROY ANDERSON wills his nickname, "Cyclops" to Bobby Aurich. CAROLYN ANGUS wills her silly giggle to Gertrude Mills. IRENE BATEMAN wills her three years in American History to Jeanne Gibson. RUTH BETSCHER wills her baggy sweaters to Marian Kuhlmann. DICK BRIDGES wills his ability to sllde through school without working to Stanley Gasklns. DON BROCKMAN wills his "wobble-walk" to Mariorie Ross. ROBERT BROOKS wills "Bessie" to Richard Gaskins. JEAN ANN CLARK wills her snappy repartee to Miss Martin. EVELYN CLEMENS wills her phonograph records to Betty Spencer. lHope she gets one first.l CATHERINE DORAN wills her "Squirt" car to Bill Bauer. May he travel far! MELVIN DUTTON wills his mustache to Jack Weiss. May he use it with caution. BARBARA DUVALL wills her naturally blond curly hair to Margie Guynn. MARJORIE EVANS wills her ability to roam the halls to Anne Wright. NORMAN FAIRBANKS wills his "millions" to Glenn Richardson. DONNA FISHER wills her curlers to Walter Klose. CLIFFORD FRALICH wills his dainty size to Dick Sperlo. JERRY GIBSON wills his muscles to Bob Sams. MARY HAUKE wills her ability to work in eighth bell study hall to Frankie Walters. HENRY HILBERG wills his nose to Dickie Burnes. VIRGINIA JUDD wills her ashes to the Anderson Township Fire Department. MARILYN JUSTICE wllls her ability to raise one eyebrow to Carl Etter. 22 Class flllfiilll JACKIE KAUFMANN wills her inability to win a political argument to Philena Bauer. ERMA KEEL wills her height to Joanne Elfers. ED KOPF wills his place in physics class to Jack Weiss. He's always sneaking in anyway. WARREN KRUMMEL wills his ability to keep out of Detention to Bill Erhold. WILLIAM LEHMAN wills his loyalty to one girl to Bill Ott. FRANCES LIPPOLIS wills her ability to keep from blushing to Lorraine Young. LOIS MEFFORD wills her quietness in Spanish class to Albert Kline. AGNES MESSMER wills her A's in Spanish to Norman Kaufmann. EARL METTE wills his ability to keep dates to "Lucky" Roos. PHYLLIS MUCHMORE wills all her cast-oft skirts to next year's physics class. HAROLD MOTZ wills three acres of corn silk to David Back. JENNIE MULLEN wills her love for black dresses to Mr. Wright. JACKIE OTT wills her corncob pipe to Kenny Kuntz. SARA OWENS wills her ability to understand plane geometry to Bud Osterholz. JOHN ROLL wills his devotion to Frank, Eleanor and Fala to Bill Stange. JOYCE SCHAERGES wills her attendance record to .loyce Agner. VIRGINIA SCHOMBERG wills her fragile bones to Alice Merten. PAUL SHIMER wills his good manners to Charlie Wainwright. JAMES STAGGENBORG wills his good looks to Don Mergard. ELOISE TAYLOR wills her dark hair to Margaret Andrews. LESTER TAYLOR wills his l -A card to Master James Lewis. VIRGINIA TRUITT wills her side-burns to Charles McKinniss. BETTE WILLIAMS wills all the dates with Billy Ott that she broke to Helen Lippolis. ANN YOUNG wills her ability to laugh at her own iokes to Donna Redman. 23 Name Roy Anderson Carolyn Angus Irene Bateman Ruth Betscher Don Brockman Dick Bridges Robert Brooks Jean Ann Clark Evelyn Clemens Catherine Doran Melvin Dutton Barbara Duvall Mariorie Evans Norman Fairbanks Donna Fisher Clifford Fralich Jerry Gibson Henry Hilberg Mary Hauke Virginia Judd Marilyn Justlce Jackie Kaufman Erma Keel onion Uaanaonailitioa Favorite Expression You didn't! Oh dern! Oh crumb! Foom! iCensored l He's a lulu Guess what! Nuts! Okay, Jack! Oh, for Pete's sake! Greetings, gate! Oh, phooey! Shoot snakes Darn! Oh for corn's sake!'s see Say that again ArFf! Arff! l love that man! Fudge! Ye gods! That did it! Oh nuts! Ambition Elevator operator in one-story building. To be a psychiatrist. To be a Wave. To get "hitched." To stay out until three a. m. To own coal company. To have a car. To be air hostess on Bill Bauer's airplane. Own a horse stable and dog kennels with Joyce. To be a beautician. To build up a fair sized collection of red heads. To be a dress designer. To be a Navy wife. To be a no-good. To be a nurse. Radio technician To own an airplane. To get out of school. To be head nurse of some home for "looies." To get the annual out on time. To be a nurse. To find one. To find an ambition. 24 Weakness Wine, women and song Lon McAllister My mind Parties Virginia Truitt Women Devil's food cake Hats Dogs Men Redheads Food Me. 9703 Su. 6009-M Falling down Blond hair Canteen Blondes, redheads, brunettes. Lieutenants Big Jim Devil's food cake The navy Dark wavy hair Distinction The boy with the most personality The girl with the most brains The quietest girl Girl with the most beautiful eyes Boy with the prettiest smile Boy with the most pep Tallest boy Girl with the most vivacity Girl with the prettiest hands Best seamstress Boy with the nicest manners Girl with prettiest complexion Girl with the cutest dimples Boy with the prettiest hair Girl with nicest manners Boy with most brains Boy with prettiest eyes Boy with most pleasant voice Girl with most cheerful disposition Girl most likely to succeed Girl with the most expressive face Most natural girl Girl with smallest feet Name Ed Kopf Warren Krummel Bill Lehman Frances Lippolis Lois Mefford Agnes Messmer Earl Mette Phyllis Muchmore Harold Motz Jennie Mullen Jackie Ott Sara Owens Ted Rittenhouse John Roll Joyce Schaerges Virginia Schomberg Paul Shimer Jim Staggenborg Eloise Taylor Lester Taylor Virginia Truitt Bettie Williams Ann Young onion Ugonlsonallitiols Favorite Expression Can it? I don't know Oh! Oh, my goodness! Pardon me, I iust live here! Oh, heck I know it! Oh fudge! Gosh dang it! Oh ham! Hey, hey! That's tough! The heck you will I don't know! Doolallillip That's all, lack! Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow. Upon my word and honor! For a quarter! No! Oh, Miss Nash! Oh, hush! Ambition To be a success To be a chemist. Get married. Own a niteclub like the Stork Club. To be president's secretary. To be a commercial teacher. To be Fairbank's co-partner. To be a school teacher. To be a clod-hopper. Be a navy nurse. To be famous. To be a nurse. To be King of Hoboes! Vice-president lwith Frankiel Raise dogs and birds with Evelyn. Get married and have lots of children. To earn a fortune so I can retire and become the world's laziest man. To be a midget. Goto South America. Be a man? To marry someone like Van Johnson and have ten children. Goto Annapolis. To be a Wave. 25 Weakness Gasoline Hyde Park 4 Mile Mirrors Anything pink To loaf Eating Pomegranates Corn-silk Hamburgers Jive! Talking on phone Teachers Spaghetti and waldorf salad Eating Barbecues Chocolate sodas with butter peacan ice cream Women Radioing and reading in bed Being a man Horses Real men The Navy Distinction Boy most likely to succeed Boy with best disposition Ouietest boy Girl with the most pleasant voice The sweetest girl Friendliest girl Friendliest boy Best girl co nversationalist Boy with the heartiest laugh Girl with the prettiest laugh Girl with most personality Girl with prettiest smile Best male dancer Wittiest boy Girl with prettiest teeth Best female dancer Boy with cutest dimples Best all-around athlete Girl with the most poise Boy with best physique Girl with best figure Girl with cutest mannerisms Girl with the prettiest hair iv FIRST ROW-Robert Aurich, Margaret Andrews, Shirley Erhold, Ruth Steffen, Alice Petsch, Jeanne Gibson, Anna Stelzer, Henrietta Ridge, Virginia Martin, Dolores Meyer, Ruth Quinlan, Eleanor Ayer, Margie Guynn, Donald Sargent, Mary Struke, adviser. SECOND ROW-Sheldon Meyers, adviser, James Lewis, Ruby Thacker, Eileen llhardt, Gertrude Mills, Donna Redman, Martha Knippling, Betty Jeanne Haskett, Jo Ann Hanke, Anne Strauss, Billie Martin, Mary Miller, Donald Steften. THIRD ROW-Jack Weiss, Robert Ernsting, Marian Kuhlman, Hilda Mullen, Pattie Meier, Joanne Elfers, Betty Spencer, Jean Pelk, Anne Wright, Virginia Gillespie, Bill Gray, Glenn Richardson. FOURTH ROW-Norman lucas, Bill Bauer, Robert Sams, Harry Grumwald, William Stange, Richard Gaskins, Kenny Kuntz, Lewis Osterholz, Stanley Gaskins, Carl White, Fred Spicker, Corneilus Van Saun. t ' e . union CQQM X. as JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS is President .,....,..... . .. Vice President. Secretary. ...... Treasurer. This year's class of Juniors-had not only the ability but the spirit of upperclassmen. They carried some top-notch sportsmen to the ranks of Anderson's varsity squads. The traditional Junior Class Play was an obvious success. The selection was a three-act c o m e d y entitled "Brother Goose," which the great number of pa- trons described as "adorable," "perfect," "excellent," "outstanding," "different," it revealed the true genius of the Juniors. ln another direction, their capable ........,Glenn Richardson .....,..,.,..,.Alice Petsch Anna Stelzer Jack Weiss hands and heads contributed to the lead- ership of the Hi-Y, Girl Reserves, sports, Masque and Gavel, G. A. A., and every organization for which they were eligible. Their monument to their elders in the form of a Junior-Senior prom was ap- preciated by all the Seniors. Leading theyduniors through the nine months of success were Mrs. Mary H. Struke and Mr. Sheldon S. Myers, instruc- tors in the language and science depart- ments respectively. i fr 4 . .lt rw .I . 26 'P' f . ' i FIRST ROW-Margaret Phillips, Mariorie Ross, Shirley Miller, Shirley Knippling, Shirley Greer, Jean Ann Hopper, Palsy Wiley, Kathleen Gage, lrma Brown, Gertrude Etzler, Ruth Shepard, Joyce Duckell. SECOND ROW4Bonnie Seaman, adviser, Virginia Meadows, Belly Schultz, Joyce Agner, Alice Merlen, Joan Maddux, Shirley Helfferich, Marianne Willard, Patti Fisher, Wilhelmina Schroeder, Belly Ridge, Carolyn Epping, Belly Mathis, adviser. THIRD ROW-Donald Silver, Tom Wolfer, Ray Askew, Albert Kline, Stella Hundley, Virginia Cloyd, Charmaine Hull, Richard McKinniss, Carl Eller, Waller Klose, William Ott. FOURTH ROW-Lloyd Bridges, Norman Kaufman, Paul Strosnider, Jack Kuhn, Carl Boeltger, Dan if Justice, Ted Haller, Harold Gaskins. ixiii r, l f Q S I t Ei? 5.003 l"l.Ul'Yl.U7'LE. CQQAA f l A SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President .,.,.,, ...,,..,., ....,.,..,.. C a rl Eller Vice President .,., ,........ William Ott Secretary ,.,.,l..,.. .. . ......,..,....,. Joyce Duckett Treasurer The Sophomores returned to school in the fall of '44 shorn of their "Freshie Frivolities" and inspired with confidence in themselves to give Anderson High their full support in school functions. They have for the most part, fulfilled their intentions. On October 25 they welcomed the new Freshies with a dance which was enioyed by the entire student body. The Sophomores are also protid of their K ll! ., f. fb I, , xf .- un 27 . Norman Kaufmann scholastic record. Several members of the class are making records which will rank high in the school's history. The class carried on a subscription cam- paign for the Curtiss Publishing Company. This venture netted them a good profit. But this class will be most remembered for its Reserve Basketball team. The entire school is proud of the brilliant record this all-sophomore team has made for itself. 1-gr, t.fV . 1 I N FIRST ROW-Donald Owry, Charles Whitaker, Robert Wright, Lawrence llhardt, Jack Hawkins, Donald West, Eugene Sheppard, Richard Keyes, Glenn Kendall, James Palm. 1- M J If wcaw i 9 SECOND ROW-Donald Ayer, Dolores Lauer, Wanda Florence, Gloria Vann, Anna Van Hook, Jean Dietz, Janet Wilson, Lucille Miller, Marilyn Burnes, Lois Gorham, Georgiann Glasgow, Helen Lippolis, Betty Gaskins, Dick Sperlo. THIRD ROW-LaVerne Bridges, Betty Beyer, Virginia Staggenborg, Betty Sweeney, Judith Frey, Shirley Abling, Dorothy Taylor, Margaret Mills, Ruth Ponchot, Lorraine Young, Jo Ann McCarthy, Evelyn Richardson, Miriam Stockslager, Pauline Martin, adviser. FOURTH ROW-Robert Weiss, Jerry Lanter, Robert Muchmore, June Jackson, Eileen Taylor, Phyllis Turnau, Betty Gaffney, Marilyn Dumont, Richard Zimmers, Charles McKinniss, Charles Raine. FIFTH ROW-Frank Bauer, Bill Martin, Michael Lindsey, Ted Brown, Jack Speaks, Eugene Taylor, Howard Jones, Richard Strauss, Charles Kyle, Albert Schuchman, Donald Boggs. ws. 'Y Wi'i"is,, na-:Ahman Cllcmvs FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS President ..,.. ., ...,..,., .,.,.,..,.. . .,..,..., ..... . , . ,.,.. .,..,. .......,.. .,,.... , ...,.,. J a c k Hawkins Vice President ......,.... ......., B ob Weiss Secretary .,.,.,,. ,.,. , ,......,.......,.,...,. J ean Dietz Treasurer.. .. .....,Charles McKinniss This year eighty-four Freshmen wandered through the portals of Anderson. Under the capable leadership of Miss Eleanor Graham and Miss Pauline Martin the Freshmen became regular "weathered" students by the end ofthe semester. The Freshman Party, which welcomed them to high-school, was a grand success ewoyed not only by the Freshmen but the rest ofthe classes as well. L X X Thhexclass of '45 wishes you all the success possible in the future years. Q , xi ,I X, . 0 x 1 4, WKWIWY . 4 N V '. r , i.'.Xifw.ix U QY. L K, t X Q X 'X 28 l N ix- ... -NA N xx as XKQEXX Xa Nw , i ' Rx U 7- QIOINI gl uf f ff gif ,ff N I XXX f ' Q, 6 ' N rf H 5 C' , 1' J 1' f K 1 1 I . E' W H ALL' CTN vvf ,Ci WGS ry! " L i f .QT 6.95 'A -'jf ......,., Q7 f 1" . " ' Jffid--' F ,xp , QV Q Aff , JWN M5211 2 AJ. 'Q ' ' ' M-. - - '-J" 1 - a., 'a,.- FIRST ROW-Erma Keel, Lois Mefford, Joyce Schaerges, Frances Lippolis, Phyllis Muchmore, Jackie Ott, Bonnie Seaman, adviser, Virginia Judd, Melvin Dutton, Henry Hilberg, Margie Evans, Sara Owens, Agnes Messmer, Jean Ann Clark. SECOND ROW-Jennie Mullen, Barbara Duvall, Irene Bateman, Catherine Doran, Ann Young, Ruth Betscher, Bettie Williams, Donna Fisher, Marilyn Justice, Eloise Taylor, Virginia Truitt, Roy Anderson, Mary Hauke. THIRD ROW-Harold Motz, Clifford Fralich, John Roll, Jerry Gibson, Earl Mette, Dick Bridges, Warren Krummel, Norman Fairbanks, Edward Kopf, Don Brockman, Paul Shimer. Jlncllanlsonian Editor .,... .,,..., ,...... .,,.,.,..,,...,. ,..,........,.,.....,,.,.....,.,.,..,..,...,... . , . .,.....,. T ...,.., . , ..,,.. . .Virginia Judd Assistant Editor .,...,.. ., ,, ,. Phyllis Muchmore Business Manager.. ......... .,,.,..,....,.,,. ....,.,. ,.,..,.,..,....,.,, ,.,... ,...,...... . .,.... ....,..,., C a r o I y n Angus Assistant Business Manager .... ,..,,.. ,. . .. .. .,., .. .,,. , ., .. .. .. Lois MeFford Advertising ....,.. . .,.,., Henry Hilberg, Mgr., Dick Bridges, William Lehman, Edward Kopf, Warren Krummel, Jennie Mullen, Eloise Taylor Circulation Margie Evans, Mgr., Jean Ann Clark, Mary Hauke, Sara Owens, Clifford Fralich, Norman Fairbanks, Erma Keel, Marilyn Justice, Jackie Kaufmann Features . ....,., ..,.. ., .. .. Jackie Ott, Mgr., Carolyn Angus, Agnes Messmer, John Roll, Melvin Dutton, Phyllis Muchmore, Virginia Truitt, Margie Evans, Warren Krummel, Jerry Gibson Sports ,. .. .. .. .. ,. ,. ,...,..,.. ..... . . .,.,., .,., Lester Taylor, Earl Mette, Virginia Truitt Snapshots .,.. Phyllis Muchmore, Mgr., Catherine Doran, Virginia Schomberg, Frances Lippolis, Melvin Dutton, Donna Fisher, Henry Hilberg Art. ...,.,. ..,., , . .,.. ..,...,.. ..,.. . . .,., ..,, Earl Mette, Mgr., Barbara Duvall, Ann Young Typists . .,.,, Lois Mefford, Agnes Messmer, Joyce Schaerges, Ruth Betscher, Frances Lippolis, Lester Taylor, Evelyn Clemens, Virginia Schomberg, Barbara Duvall With every continuing year of war, publishing a yearbook becomes more dif- ficult for a graduating class. Paper short- age, labor shortages, metal shortages, photographer supply shortages, all help to make the task a difficult one. The staff was chosen early in the year, and all were told that it could be done, if they were willing to work and if enough advertising and promises of sales could be secured, to finance the publication. The advertising and circulation staff needed no more urging, and scarcely one house or place of business in Anderson's vicinity escaped their avid canvassing. A more than sufficient amount was obtained. Next the editorial staff went to work. Assignments were made and the dummy was put together and dissected a count- less number of times. The sixteenth volume of the Anderson- ian was named, "The Promise" Number, symbolizing the stake we all have in the future. A FIRST ROW-Joanne Elfers, Frances Lippolis, Phyllis Muchmore, Joyce Schaerges, Marjorie Evans, Jacqueline Olt, Alice Pelsch, Sara Owens, Virginia Staggenborg, Virginia Truitt, Barbara Duvall, Jean Ann Clark. SECOND ROW-Virginia Cloyd, Shirley Greer, Gertrude Addicott, adviser, Belly Jeanne Haskelt, Martha Knippling, Slella Hundley, Pallie Meier, Joan Maddux, Agnes Messmer, Joyce Duckelt, Lois Mettord, Kenny Kunlz, Charles McKinniss, Roberl Weiss, Bonnie Seaman, adviser. THIRD ROW-Mary Miller, JoAnn Hanke, Helen Lippolis, Virginia Judd, William Olt, Richard McKinniss, Carl Eller, Ted Haller, Melvin Dutton, Earl Melle, Charles Raine, Roberl Muchmore. .fantonn Editor. .,..,,. .. ,,.,,., .,..., ,,..,.,..,....,.,.,.......,,.,,. .,.,... ,,., ..,.., , . . . , .Jacqueline Ott Assistant Editor ,..,.... ,.,,.... .,....... . .,..,..,...,.. A I ice Petsch Art Editors ,.,.. ,. ,,., Kendall Kuntz, Earl Mette Feature Editor.. ,... ..,.,.,............. .............. . ....l.. ..l. ...,,.. .,.,.., .,., . . , . . ,.,.. ..., .,...., C a r o lyn Angus Sports Editor.. .,.. ., ,,.,....,..,. ,..,...,.,,..,..,....,.....,........,.............. .......,....,., ,..,..l... .,., . ..l.. . . . ........,....,... T e d Haller Reporters .,... Virginia Judd, Virginia Truitt, Melvin Dutton, Joanne Elfers, Martha Knip- pling, Helen Lippolis, Frances Lippolis, Bill Ott, Dick McKinniss, Carl Etter, Virginia Cloyd, Jean Maddux, Joyce Duckett, Shirley Knippling, Charles Raine, June Jackson Exchange Editor .,,..,...,..... .,., ..,.....,..,...,...,....... .,............... ....,. . ..,,.,.. .....,.. . . . . . ..... B etty Jeanne Haskett Business and Circulation Manager .. .,.. . .. .,....,., .,.....,.,., ,,,..,..,.,.,..,.,.,,..,.,,..,. , , Marlorle Evans Circulation Staff .,.,,., ..,. J ean Ann Clark, Charles McKinnis, Bob Weiss, Patsy Wiley, Glenn Richardson, Bob Muchmore, Marjorie Ross Chief Typlsts ,.,,., ,,..., .,.....,..,.. . , ...,.,,.....,...,. J oyce Schaerges, Lois Mefford Typists ....,.....t....... ,. ,..,..,. Agnes Messmer, Ruth Betscher, Barbara Duvall, Lester Taylor, Frances Lippolis, Sara Owens Assembly Editor ., ..,.. ......., ....,......,,..,.,.....,........... ..... .........,.,.. ............ . . . . . .. ..,...,.. .. Phyllis Muchmore Assembly Staff ,....,.. ..,........, C harles McKinniss, Bob Weiss, Stella Hundley, Alice Merten News, editorials, features -- stencils, school organizations were included, with correction fluid, staples-advisers, editors, reporters-worry, hurry, scurry-what's this? Why, the "Lantern," of course. Under the supervision of Miss Gertrude Addicott, grade school teacher, and Mrs. Bonnie O. Seaman, commercial teacher, another wartime Lantern was published. In magazine form, with orange covers, the paper was issued bi-monthly. The usual articles concerning the various accounts of all activities. The Community Chest, bond drives, and sale of tuber- culosis Christmas seals found an eager sponsor in the Lantern. The sports' and servicemen's columns, and feature articles were widely read. Much credit is deserved by the faculty advisers, Miss Addicott and Mrs. Seaman, for a great portion of the Lantern's success is dependent upon their whole-hearted co-operation and unbounded perseverance. FIRST ROW--Eileen Dietrich, John Schwegler, Dale Dietrich, George Hermann, Kenneth Shaw, Harry Grunewald, Jerry Loos, Kenneth Tarvin, Eugene Ellis, Charles Kyle, Raymond Sipe, Charles Fumbray. SECOND ROW-Anne Wright, Patty Meier, Hilda Mullen, Helen Lippolis, Charles Whitaker, Carl Etter, Warren Krummel, Ted Holler, Lloyd Bridges, Robert Wright, Nell Steen, adviser. THIRD ROW-David Back, Jackie Kuhn, Martha Van Saun, Ruth Shepard, Raymond Burlew, Vivian Merten, Donald Silver, George Henry, Jane Kelly. FOURTH ROW-Cornelius Van Saun, Jeanne Gibson, Jerry Gibson, Alice Merten, Jack Kuhn, Charles Van Saun, Lawrence Merten, dia nd The band, composed of thirty-five members, is under the direction of Mrs. Nell Steen, of Augusta, Kentucky. This is Mrs. Steen's second year at Anderson. She also teaches at Sharonville High School. This is the first year that a band teacher has been here two days a week. Mrs. Steen has music Tuesday afternoons and all day Wednesdays. This year the band gave its first paid performance, this being for the Republican rally which was held in the school auditorium in November. The band also played for the P. T. A. Christmas program and for other events during the school year. 32 FIRST ROW-Belly Gaskins, Wanda Florence, Janel Wilson, Gloria Vann, Evelyn Richardson, Belly Sweeney, Virginia Slaggenborg, Georgiann Glasgow, Jeanne Gibson, Rulh Steffen, Agnes Messmer, Marilyn Burnes, Belly Jeanne Haskell, pianisl. SECOND ROW-Laverne Bridges, Barbara Duvall, Donna Fisher, Lorraine Young, Belly Beyer, Margarel Mills, Lois Gorham, Jo Ann Hanke, Dolores Meyer, Ruby Thacker, Frances Lippolis, Dorolhy Vandervorl, adviser. THIRD ROW-Virginia Truilt, Gertrude Mills, Joyce Schaerges, Eileen Taylor, Phyllis Turnau, Virginia Judd, Ann Young, Lois Mefford, Marilyn Dumonl, Belly Gallney, Eileen llhardl. FOURTH ROW--Miriam Slockslager, Billie Marlin, Calherine Doran, Irene Baleman, Anne Wrighl, Shirley Abling, Dorolhy Taylor, June Jackson. Qinllls' Clxanub. This year lhe Girls' Chorus is composed of aboul filly-five high school girls. Every girl has lhe opporlunily lo ioin lhis chorus. The chorus is under lhe capable supervision of Miss Dorolhy Vandervorl, who has been lhe girls' direclor for several years. The chorus meels lwice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. A group of girls was chosen lo sing for lhe Chrislmas assembly, and lhe chorus has given lhe communily lhe privilege of hearing lhem al lhe Farmers' lnslilule and Baccalaureate Services. 33 FIRST ROW1Eleanor Ayer, Jennie Mullen, Jean Ann Clark, Betty Jeanne Haskett, Hilda Mullen, Margie Evans, Virginia Judd, Betty Mathis, adviser, Shirley Erhold, Eileen llhardt, Joan Maddux, Sara Owens, Erma Keel, Ruth Steffen. SECOND ROW-Donna Fisher, Frances Lippolis, Alice Petsch, Jo Ann Hanke, Ruby Thacker, Dolores Meyer, Jeanne Gibson, Margie Guynn, Anna Stelzer, Evelyn Clemens, Barbara Duvall, Lois Mettord, Betty Schultz. THIRD ROW-Agnes Messmer, Virginia Martin, Gertrude Mills, Virginia Gillespie, Jean Felk, Betty Spencer, Pattie Meier, Joanne Elfers, Phyllis Muchmore, Marianne Willard, Alice Merten, Eloise Taylor, Virginia Truitt, Ruth Quinlan. FOURTH ROW-Evelyn Roos, Irene Miller, Marilyn Justice, Catherine Doran, Irene Bateman, Donna Redman, Ann Young, Mary Hauke, Jacqueline Kaufmann, Joyce Schaerges, Billie Martin, Bettie Williams, Martha Knippling, Jacqueline Ott. Qinll Raaenuea The Girl Reserves began the year with on old Clothes Dance. Six dances followed this one under the leadership of Shirley Erhold, the dance chairman. The best dance of the year was the Christmas Formal, although the orchestra did arrive an hour and a half late. Each of the squads are responsible for the decoration or food for a dance. A G. R. Club in war time necessarily has different activities than in peace time. Once a month, they had a service meeting. At this time they knitted afghans or made scrapbooks for convalescents. Margie Evans, the Vice President, did an excellent iob of managing this activity. Several girls went to the Y. W. C. A. to roll bandages. Most of these girls were sophomores. At Christmas everyone brought white gifts-canned fruits and vegetables-for poor families. There were five or six baskets which the Hi-Y boys distributed. A la 'Thrice Siclea Qt Ffha inil CRe1.xanuc1.s .S FIRST ROW-Margaret Phillips, Ruth Shepard, Mariorie Ross, Helen Lippolis, Wanda Florence, Gloria Vann, Shirley Miller, Marilyn Burnes, Laverne Bridges, Janet Wilson. SECOND ROW-Betty Mathis, adviser, Gertrude Etzler, Margaret Mills, Betty Sweeney, Anna Van Hook, Patsy Wiley, Joyce Duckett, Jean Dietz, Lois Gorham, Georgiann Glasgow, Evelyn Richardson, lrma Brown. THIRD ROW--Lorraine Young, Virginia Meadows, Betty Gaffney, Eileen Taylor, Phyllis Turnau, Shirley Helfferich, Marilyn Dumont, Judith Frey, Shirley Abling, Carolyn Epping, Pattie Fisher, Dorothy Taylor. FOURTH ROW-Jean Ann Hopper, Virginia Cloyd, Charmaine Hull, Shirley Knippling, Miriam Stock- sloger, June Jackson, Betty Ridge, Joyce Agner, Jo Ann McCarthy, Stella Hundley, Lucille Miller, Virginia Staggenborg, Kathleen Gage, Betty Beyer. Qinll CRcae:nuez.m white gift service was given by the G. A. A. The girls heard several good speakers during the year. One of those most en- ioyed was Mrs. Sutton from Norwood. Virginia Judd, the program chairman, ar- ranged tor these speakers. Each month one squad was in charge of the meeting. At these meetings the girls danced in the gym, played games and basketball. The squads also were respons- ible for making 32.50 to turn in the treas- ury. This they earned by selling schedule pencils, plants, fiowers and having bake sales, etc. Many squads earned more than that amount. That money was used to send girls to Camp Lenmary. The squad leaders were Jean Pelk, Margie Guynn, Shirley Greer, Mary Hauke, Jean Ann Clark, Phyllis Muchmore, Evelyn Roos and Jean Ann Hopper. The year was ended with a Recognition Service and a banquet. tancl on Cliloclllff, cwlincll, and Szpinit l.4 FIRST ROW-Raymond Askew, Richard Strauss, William Ott, Warren Krummel, Edward Kopf, Earl Mette, Stanley Gaskins, Clifford Fralich, Albert Kline, Corneilus Van Saun, Richard McKinniss. SECOND ROW-Robert Wright, Jack Hawkins, Charles Raine, Jack Weiss, Donald Boggs, Frank Bauer, Charles Kyle, Charles McKinniss, Donald Steffen, Bob Weiss, Donald West, Glenn Kendall, Jerry Gibson, Sheldon Meyer, adviser. THIRD ROW-Paul Shimer, Norman Fairbanks, Bill Stange, Lewis Osterhalz, Kendall Kuntz, Charles Emshoft, .lack Kuhn, Richard Gaskins, Paul Strosnider, Harold Motz, Carl Boettger, John Roll, William Martin. FOURTH ROW-Donald Brockman, Harold Gaskins, Ted Haller, Dan Justice, Norman Lucas, Howard Jones, Fred Spicker, Lloyd Bridges, Tom Wolfer, William Lehman, Carl Etter, Donald Silver. I L-clg HI-Y OFFICERS President .,.....,. l.,,.,,.,,.,.... ..l...,..........,... ...,l..l. E a rl Mette Vice President ,. . .,.,...,.... Edward Kopf Secretary, .,....,.. ., ......,., Stanley Gaskins Treasurer ..,.,., ,.,........,., C lifford Fralich Chaplain .,.., .. .,.... ,Warren Krummel Never before has a Hi-Y Club at Anderson been under so many difficulties as this year's club has been. And never before has a club been so successful in surmounting difficulties. With a record enrollment of forty-six, and under the skillful and tireless leadership of Mr, Myers, the club functioned successfully. The boys helped the Girl Reserves with their white gifts for the needy families at Christmas this year. Also, this year they held several ioint meetings with the other clubs of the county. Informational and helpful speeches were given to the club by several dis- tinguished men. Many other activities were carried on during the season, such as shows, swim- ming parties and athletic tournaments among the teams into which the club was divided. 36 FIRST ROW-Marian Kuhlman, Carl Etter, Alice Petsch, Vera Nash, adviser, Joanne Elfers, Phyllis Muchmore. SECOND ROW-Dolores Meyer, Sara Owens, Charles Emshoff, Pattie Meier, Henry Hilberg, Ann Young, Virginia Truitt, Melvin Dutton, Virginia Judd, Jacqueline Ott. cvvlaaqiuz-1 and qauz-:ll OFFICERS President ,.,. ,......... ,.... . .... .... ..,. . , . ,.., V i rginia Judd Vice President ...,., ,..,,... J ackie Ott Secretary., .,..,,. ,...,.. . . Sara Owens Treasurer .,..,... ..'.... C liFiord Fralich Masque and Gavel was successfully launched this year by its president, with the aid of all the members. ' The main project of the club this year was to follow the grand selection of stage plays oFiered to the public this year. 37 Clio ndl CRCJUZL3 A bond drive, sponsored by the Masque and Gavel Club, was held at Anderson Township School from March 14, to March 21, 1944. Anderson went over the top on this drive, the final figures being 51,985.50 in stamps and 53,256.55 in bonds, making a grand total of 55,242.95 The following Friday cl jeep, complete with driver, was sent out to reward the three highest purchasers in high school and the three highest in grade school with a ride. At a grand assembly of the whole school, Mr. Castellini, Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, presented the school with a Minute Man flag, which will serve as a lasting reminder of Anderson's contribution to our war effort. 38 0 ul Il 0 I! 'II' 'L ul FIRST ROW-Stanley Gaskins, Neil Van Saun, Milton Jackson, Carl White, William Stange. SECOND ROW--Donald Brockman, manager, Jack Weiss, Earl Mette, Warren Krummel, Richard Gaskins, Glenn Richardson, Donald Steffen, Charles Brown, coach. qfanlsltlf, dZ,1aslQatlmQQ The Anderson Basketball team has done very well considering the fact that most ofthe boys are inexperienced with Varsity basketball. lt is very likely that the experi- ence they have gained this year will mean great possibilities tor next year's team. Scores Anderson 28 Terrace Park . Anderson l5 Colerain , ,... ,. Anderson 24 Amelia , Anderson 27 Milford . s ci, s NR 4, Andemon Andemon Andemon Andemon Andemon Andemon Andemon Andemon Andemon Andemon Andenon Andemon Batavia Loveland , Madeira .. . , Plainville ..., Terrace Park New Richmond Sycamore . Sharonville ., Plainville Loveland , ., .. Lockland . Amelia ., l E FIRST ROW--Albert Kline, Richard McKinniss, Ted Haller, Harold Gasklns, Jack Kuhn. SECOND ROW-Ray Askew, manager, Robert Weiss, William Ott, Eugene Taylor, Lloyd Bridges Charles McKinniss, Charles Brown, coach. CRa1.1enue Uflaaleetballll The Anderson Reserves basketball team is the best that Anderson has had in many years. The record they have achieved shows great possibilities not only in the county tournament but for the state as well. Scores Anderson . l9 Terrace Park lo Anderson .. ., 26 Colerain ..,., ,,.,.,.,l6 Anderson , 23 Amelia ., , lo Anderson , 26 Milford , 21 5' s Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Batavia Loveland .,.. Madeira Plainville .,.. .,., Terrace Park New Richmond Sycamore Sharonville Plainville .. . Loveland Lockland .. Amelia .. FIRST ROW-Fred Pauly, James Slaggenborg, Roberl Brooks, Charles Brown coach William Bauer Millon Jackson, Warren Krummel. SECOND ROW-Ray Askew, Neil Van Saun, Glenn Richardson, Norman Fairbanks William Stunge John Roll, Ted Haller, Charles Wainwright, Richard McKinniss, Earl Melte manager Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson qaotlmllll SEASON RESULTS ,. 31 Loveland ,.,. ., O Plainville ., 26 Terrace Park ,. , . 43 Loveland ,. . .55 Madeira .,. 6 Taylor A 42 ootballll The football season for Anderson opened at Loveland. It was a contest easily won by a score of 31 to 6 but was good for experience for the future. Friday, the thirteenth, was the unlucky day the Redskins played host to Plain- ville. The Redskins showed their true spirit but iust couldn't seem to advance. Plainville won 22 to O. The Redskins then traveled to Terrace Park on October 20. lt was close and both teams fought hard but the Redskins pulled through with a 26-18 victory. Jackson intercepted a pass and ran 70 yards for Cl touchdown to end the game. Loveland played here and Anderson had another easy victory with a score of 43 to 30. Anderson then went to Madeira and won very easily. The first stringers were taken out early in the game but the second and third stringers marched on iust the same winning 55 to 8. The final game and a game which everyone looked forward to was the con- solation game at Madeira with Taylor. lt was the game to determine whether Anderson was third or fourth in the county. The final score was i5 to 6 in favor of Madeira. 43 FIRST ROW-Donald SteFten, Richard McKinniss, Stanley Gaskins, Milton Jackson, Ted Holler, Jack Weiss. SECOND ROW-Ray Askew, manager, William Bauer, Carl White, Warren Krummel, William Stange, Corneilus Van Saun, Albert Kline, Charles Brown, adviser. Cliafsaballll The 1944 baseball team was made up mostly of underclassmen. They were upheld with a very capable pitching staff, which was made up of Jack Owens, Jim Pelk, and Milt Jackson. Besides winning four out of seven games they had a no-hit and one shut-out to their credit. The infield was made up by Jackson at first, Owens at second, Haller at short stop, Burnes at third. Dick McKinnis backed up the plate. The outfield con- sisted of Evans, left, Weiss, center, and Steffen, right. Anderson ..,,,i. . Anderson .. ,., Anderson .,.. T Anderson .,.,.. J Anderson . Anderson ... Anderson Season Results 6 Terrace Park.,.... 5 O Plainville 2 2 Loveland , 3 1 Milford O 7 Amelia , . 4 ......lO Plainville 6 i Amelia , 2 44 Marjorie Evans, Virginia Truitt, Joanne Elfers, Betty Spencer, Anna Stelzer. C l'1E,E7'LQEQCQ ETLA "Beat 'em Boys--Beat 'em-Fight like you never fought-fight team fight!" That is the spirit backing the fellows on the football field pushing toward that goal or on the gym floor sinking the ball-the same fighting spirit is retained by the cheerleaders and crowd alike. This year there were five cheerleaders. Marjorie Evans and Virginia Truitt were co-captains and Betty Spencer, Joanne Elfers, and Anna Stelzer completed the squad. At the G. A. A. banquet in the spring, Joanne, Anna and Betty each received a cheerleading letter. Having earned their letters the year before, Margie and Ginny received small megaphones. 45 FIRST ROW-Virginia Staggenborg, Hilda Mullen, Alice Mertem, Betty Spencer, Joanne Elfers, Virginia Truitt, president, Phyllis Muchmore, Marianne Willard, Mary Hauke, Sara Owens, Jennie Mullen, Anna Stelzer. SECOND ROW-Gertrude Addicott, adviser, Ruth Steffen, Jeanne Gibson, Mary Miller, Eileen llhardt, Gertrude Mills, Lois Mefford, Barbara Duvall, Evelyn Clemens, Jacqueline Ott, Jean Ann Clark, Emma Fry, adviser. THIRD ROW-Agnes Messmer, Marilyn Justice, Virginia Gillespie, Ann Young, Pattie Meier, Jacqueline Kaufmann, Joyce Schaerges, Bettie Williams, Eloise Taylor, Anne Wright. FOURTH ROW-Frances Lippolis, Catherine Doran, Betty Jeanne Haskett, Marjorie Evans, Virginia Judd, Jean Pelk, Margie Guynn, Shirley Erhold, Evelyn Roos, Billie Martin, Martha Knippling, Erma Keel. cg. A A G. A. A. OFFICERS President ...,r. . ,.,.,., Virginia Truitt Vice President ...... ..,. J oanne Elfers Recording Secretary .,.. .. .,,r.,, Mary Hauke Treasurer ,..,..,r ..,,. , . .,.,.,.,,......, Anna Stelzer Advisers ,... . ,....Gertrude Addicott, Emma Fry 46 FIRST ROW-Margaret Phillips, Ruth Shepard, Mariorie Ross, Helen Lippolis, Wanda Florence, Virginia Truitt, president, Shirley Miller, LaVerne Bridges, Janet Wilson, Betty Gaskins, Dolores Lauer, Emma Fry, adviser. SECOND ROW-Gertrude Addicott, adviser, Gertrude Etzler, Margaret Mills, Betty Sweeney, Anna Van Hook, Patsy Wiley, Betty Schultz, Joan Maddux, Jean Dietz, Joyce Duckett, Evelyn Richardson. THIRD ROW-Lorraine Young, Betty Gaffney, Eileen Taylor, Phyllis Turnau, Marilyn Dumont, Judith Frey, Shirley Abling, Dorothy Taylor, Kathleen Gage. FOURTH ROW-Jean Ann Hopper, Virginia Cloyd, Charmaine Hull, Shirley Knippling, June Jackson, Jo Ann McCarthy, Lucille Miller. cg. A A G. A. A. stands for Girls' Athletic Association and spells 'Fun for those girls who like to participate in sports such as basketball, volleyball, baseball, and bowl- ing. Many outings were planned forthe girls during the year. Among those scheduled were swimming, horse-back riding and hiking. The girls also had an opportunity to display their dramatic talents by giving several plays during the year. Miss Addicott and Miss Fry were the advisers for the year and although this was their first year as such they did a splendid iob. 47 .School Callendlan SEPTEMBER School opened. Carthage Fair-No school. P. T. A. meeting. P. T. A. Carnival. OCTOBER 6-7 Anderson Twp. Volunteer Fire Dept. Carnival. P. T. A. Advisory Board meeting. Football game - Plainville vs. Anderson. P. T. A. meeting. Football game-Terrace Park vs. Anderson. Freshman party. Football game - Loveland vs. Anderson. S. W. O. T. A.--No school. NOVEMBER Football g a m e - Madeira vs. Anderson. .lunior Class Play. Basketball game-Terrace Park vs Anderson. Girl Reserve Turkey Supper. P. T. A. meeting. Girl Reserve dance. Thanksgiving-No school. Basketball game - Colerain vs Anderson. Thanksgiving vacation. Basketball g a m e - Amelia vs Anderson. DECEMBER Basketball g a m e -- Milford vs Anderson. Basketball game-Loveland vs Anderson. Basketball game-Sycamore vs Anderson. Basketball game -Madeira vs Anderson. Girl Reserve dance. P. T. A. meeting. Basketball game -- Plainville vs Anderson. .School Callendlan JAN UARY School reopened after Christmas vacation. Basketball game--Terrace Park vs. Anderson. P. T. A. meeting. 18 Mid-term examinations. Basketball game--Sycamore vs. Anderson. Basketball game-Sharonville vs. Anderson. Farmers' Institute. Basketball game-Plainville vs. Anderson. Farmers' Institute. Basketball game-Loveland vs. Anderson. FEBRUARY Basketball game-Lockland vs. Anderson. Basketball g a m e - Amelia vs. Anderson. Basketball game-Mt. Healthy vs. Anderson. Girl Reserve dance. P. T. A. meeting. Washington's birthday-No school MARCH P. T. A. meeting. Good Friday-No school. APRIL P. T. A. meeting. Hi-Y dance. Athletic banquet. MAY Band concert. P. T. A. meeting. Senior Class Play d Senior Class Play. Senior Chapel. ress rehearsal Girl R e s e r v e Mother-Daughter banquet. High School Baccalaureate. -23-24 Final examinations. High School Commencement. Eighth Grade Commencement. FIRST ROW-Eating up the profitsg And all the monkeys aren't in the zoog The man shortage? There are smiles! SECOND ROW-Day dreaming: Behind the scenesg How it looks from this end. THIRD ROW-"The Thinkerf' Standing on top of the worldg Advertisement: It must be that schooI's out. 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FOURTH ROW-The Hgrusome twosomey "Buddiesg Physics classy lntelligent looking, aren't they? 63 inn-1115.111111111111111 ,ni-11111...-...11111..n..uii.-mn..i11 We wish to tcrke this opportunity to thank our mcmy clients of Anderson Township, for their potroncige, cmd hope to continue that service in the future. KoPFma -KOPF 3204 Linwood Road -.... ......-.. ..--- . .,.-..i-+ 4..-.... -.-... - - .. - - - Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Compliments of Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Anderson Twp.Q Trustees Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q -1- - "-' -------------- i Q---+ -1-- "-' -wl- 64 Mariemont Stationery Store Next to Theater Moriemont, Ohio Toys-Gifts The Yeor Round -5- -...... - ........ .... . .,.........g. Plymouth DeSoto Over 3000 Cars Sold by Bennett Motor Sales Cherry Grove, Ohio Be 7490 -mi111...1111111111..., 1,,.,1111.-111111111..1m.. Robert E. Daisey Life Insurance Gnd ArlnUll'leS PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. l2O0 Union Trust Bldg. 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