Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1947
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Our high school years have been darkened by the
perils of war and strife. Our task as we leave our Alma
Mater is to build a bright and happy world for all
Hope won't turn the trick. We, the classes of the
present are the hope for tomorrow. A great task lies
before us, but with the spirit of Anderson behind us, we
can do much. Let us have faith that right makes might
and in that faith let us dare to do our duty to the end.
Let us link the best of the past with the better things
of the present and thus enrich the lives of those who
shall claim the future.
So we, the Class of 191117, look forward and strive
"Always Toward the Higher."
For her high degree of work, her untiring fidelity towards Anderson, her ever
ready advice for all who need it and her constant love of helping other people, we,
the Class of '47, do dedicate our yearbook to Miss Betty Mathis.
May the Anderson students who have the honor of being in her classes benefit and
enjoy the privilege as we have.
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Vice-President ........ ...f...JOSEPH MADDUX
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WA Message To Garcia"
Lieutenant Stephen Rowan of the United States Army at the time of the Spanish
American War carried a message for President McKinley to General Garcia, who
was somewhere in the fastnesses of Cuba. He did not question President McKinley
about why he was selected or how he was to accomplish the feat but set out to plan
for himself the details that would complete the task successfully.
The imporant thing in this event was not what Rowan did, but rather how he did
it. Then, more important than either of these things, is the eifect of the initiative
shown by Lieutenant Rowan upon all who hear the story.
Lieutenant Rowan's form should be cast in deathless bronze and the statue placed
in every high school and college in the land. It is not book learning young men need,
nor instructions about this and that, but a stiifening of the vertebrae that will cause
them to be loyal to a trust, to act promptly, to concentrate their energies, to do the
thing-"Carry a Message to Garcia."
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Assistant High School Principal Sfffllflr GIYIS AYIVISOT Wi-,rid History English II, III
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Physical Education and Health
Track Coach and Baseball
Assistant Football Coach
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MR. ROY s. TUCKER V A . ' - A - - - MRS. ANNA DAISEY MRS, NELL R, STEEN
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Ayer. Mrs. Frances Shreve, Miss Nina Lou Leeds, Mrs. McNay:
Second Row: Mrs. Mildred Hull, Miss Lurene Perry, Mrs, Mae Smeltzer, Miss Alice Kaiserman, Miss Gertrude Addleott Mr
Maddux. Miss Dorothy Vandervort, Miss Knuckles. Mrs. Simcox, Miss Mary Laugh, Mrs. Martha Baker
Mr. Harold Z. Maddux
Bessie B. Ayer
Emma C. .lollnson
Grade School Faculty
-Mrs. Frances McNay
SY-Miss Lou Anna Knuckles
-Miss Mary Laugh
Mrs. Eva Fay Cress
-Miss Alice Kaiserman
2X-Miss Lurene Perry
IYH-Mrs. Frances Shreve
-Mrs. Mae Srneltzer
Mrs. Martha Baker
Miss D. Vandervort-Music
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Senlor Class Offlcers
President ........,.. .......... R ICHARD MCKINNISS
Vice-President ......... .................. W ILLIAINI OTT
Secretary ........... ....... J OAN MADDUX
Treasurer .... .......... T ED HALLER
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CARL noE'r'rG ER, .: : E E J ANET BROOKS
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CHARLES EMSHOFF DOLORES CLARY
VIRGINIA CLOYD' HAROLD GASKINS
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IVILLIAM O'l"l' E g E E SHIRLEY KNIPPLING
JOAN MADDUX PAUL STROSNIDER
BILL WVILLIAMS ALICE MERTEN
SHIRLEY MILLER MARGARET PHILLIPS
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Compliments of Senior Parents
Mr. and Mrs. George J. Agner
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Askew
Mr. and Mrs. Carl VV. Boettger
Mr. and Mrs. Orris Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Clary
Mr. and Mrs. H. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Davis
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Duckett
Mr. Henry Emshoff
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Epping
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Gage
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus F. Gaskins
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Greer
Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Greger
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haller
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Heliferich
Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Hopper
Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Jolley
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen V. Justice
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kaufmann
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Kline
Mrs. Lena Klose
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Knippling
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Leslie
Mr. Joseph W. Maddux
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McKinniss
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Merten
Mr. and Mrs. Jasper D. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. J. William Ott
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Phillips
Mrs. Henrietta Ridge
Mr. Charles E. Ross
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Schultz
Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Shepard
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Strosnider
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Willard
Mr. and Mrs. Max Williams
One bright morning in 1935 a group of us children were preparing to go to school for the first time.
We were all excited and happy Qyoung and inexperiencedj to have the privilege of going to school.
However this feeling passed after the first two years.
The first and second years passed swiftly, but in the third we were introduced to one of the miseries
of life, namely, the multiplication tables. The boys, however, learned something else, they learned to
help the girls take off their leggings.
The fifth and sixth grades were about the same. We were on the second floor now and had four
teachers. Dodging one teacher was hard enough, but can you imagine trying to dodge four at once?
Well, we soon learned that we could not win. -
A tour of the city was planned and carried out in the seventh grade. VVe went to the Art Museum,
Natural History Museum, the Zoo, and to the Conservatory. A similar trip was planned in the eighth
grade but because of World War II these plans were cancelled. We were kept busy learning the
Presidents of the United States, memorizing the Preamble to the Constitution, and working for the
eighth grade state exam.
After an impressive Cha-haj initiation by the Sophomores we were ready for high school. Changing
of classes, D.T.'s and schedules confused us at first, but by the time we were Sophomores, we were
very dignified. VVe dropped our dignity long enough to initiate the Freshmen.
The Junior year brought the phrase "upper classmenf' Oh, how we loved it! Our class play, "A
Mind of Her Own," was given with great success. We also bade farewell to the Seniors with a banquet
and a dance.
Well, eleven whole years of school have passed, and now we are in our last year. With the knowledge
we have acquired, we will leave our Alma Mater, but we will never forget her.
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Senior Class Activities
Annual 4, Lantern 4, Class Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4,
Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Gold. p
Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 2, Basketball
Mgr. 2, 3, 4, Baseball Mgr. 2, Football 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4. Key-Bronze.
Annual 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Scholarship 3, 4, Key-Silver.
Amelia 1, 2, Annua.l 4, G.A.A. 4, Y-Teens 3, 4.
Annual Assistant Editor 4, Class Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club 1, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Grand Gold and Guard.
Amelia 1, 2, 3, Annual 4, Lantern 4, Class Play 4, Y-Teen 4.
Class Vice President 3, Annua.l 4, Lantern 1, 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4,
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, President 4, Glee Club 1, Scholarship
2, 3, Key-Bronze.
Class Secretary 2, 3, Annual Co-Editor 4, Lantern 1, 2, 4, Class Play 3, 4,
G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Grand Gold
Annual 4, Lantern 4, Hi-Y 4, Track 4, Schola.rship 3, 4. Key-Silver.
Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Masque and Gavel 1, Football
4, Track 3, 4.
Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1. Key-Silver SC. 2-4.
Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 11, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, Cheerleading Squad 1, Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Grand Gold.
Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Bronze.
Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 3,
Scholarship 3. Key--Bronze.
Annual 4, Lantern 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, President 4,
Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Scholarship 1, 2. Key-Silver.
Amelia 1, 2, Annual 4, Class Play 4, G.A.A. 4, Y-Teen 3, 4.
Class President 1, Treasurer 4, Annual 4, Lantern 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play
3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, President 4, Band President 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4,
Basketball- 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Scholarship
1, 2, 4. Key-Gold.
Annual 4, Class Play 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club.
Annual 4, Lantern 1, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen
1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 1, 3, 4, Scholarship 1. Key-Silver.
Annual 4, Class Play 3, 4, Football 3, Basketball 4, Track 3, Scholarship 3.
Senior Class Activities
Annual 45 Class Play 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 25 Track 4.
Class Treas. 15 Annual 45 Lantern 15 Class Play 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45
Footba.ll 45 Basketball 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Track 4.
Class Treas. 35 Annual 45 Lantern 45 Class Play 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 4.
Annual 45 Class Play 3, 45 Band 15 Football Mgr. 4.
Annual 45 Lantern 1, 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2,
3, 45 Glee Club 1. Key-Silver.
Annual 45 Hi-Y 45 Football 3, 45 Basketball 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45,Track 4.
Class Secretary 45 Annual 45 Lantern 1, 25 Student Council 45 G.A.A. 1, 2
3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Grand Gold and Guard.
Class President 45 Annual 45 Lantern 1, 2, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2,
3, 45 Football 1, 25 Capt. 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45
Track 3, 45 Scholarship 1, 2. Key-Bronze.
Annual 45 Lantern 45 Class Play 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Bronze.
Annual 45 Lantern 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Silver.
Class Vice President 2, 45 President 35 Annual Co-Editor 45 Lantern 1, 2,
3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Student Council President 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 45
Football Mgr. 15 Basketball 5Mgr. 15 Track Mgr. 1, 35 Cheerleader 35
Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Gold.
Annual 45 Lantern 45 Class Play 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 1. Key-Bronze.
Annual 45 Class Play 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1.
Annual 45 Lantern 15 Class Play 3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 3, 45
Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4. Key-Gold.
Class Vice President 15 Annual 45 Lantern 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen
1, 2, 3, 45 Scholarship 3, 4. Key-Gold.
Felicity 35 Annual 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 45 Glee Club 1, 25
Amelia 15 Annual 45 Class Play 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 35 Basketball
35 Baseball 35 Track Mgr. 4.
Class Secretary 15 Annual 45 Lantern Co-Editor 35 Editor 45 Class Play
3, 45 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teen 1, 2, 35 Vice President 45 Glee Club 1, 25
Scholarship 1, 2. Key-Silver.
Rothenberg 15 Woodward 25 Annual 45 Lantern 45 Class Play 3, 4.
Prophecy of 1947
JOYCE AGNER is now understudying Gertrude Lawrence in "Pygmation" on Broadway.
RAY ASKEW has been promoted to head man at the Monter Camera works.
CARL BOETTGER is down stopping leaks in the Mill Creek Valley Dam, which he helped build.
JANET BROOKS owns a race track in Bermuda fcalled Running Brooksj.
CHARLES EMSHOFF has a ranch in Texas, where he raises your daily beef.
IRMA BROWN is in California giving Sister Kenny treatments to polio patients.
DOLORES NCLARY has established the Clary Happy Hunting Grounds Funeral Home in Cape
Horn, Africa. C
VIRGINIA CLOYD is in New Jersey modeling Navy clothes for the L. W. Briggs Co.
JOYCE DUCKETT is now a famous organist and will play in Radio City soon.
ED. ELLIOTT owns a newspaper now called the "Elliott Early Bird". It usually gets the worms.
CAROLYN EPPING now owns the Amelia Bus Line. After years of paying fare she now can
relax and drive her limousine.
PATTI FISHER'S paintings are now valued more highly than Rembrandts
KATHLEEN GAGE is a beautician in Andre's salon in New York.
HAROLD GASKINS now owns half interest in a new chain of stores called Albers.
SHIRLEY GREER is a psychiatrist at Longview Hospital.
VIRGINIA GREGER is secretary to President Charles Brown.
TED HALLER is now an admiral on a ship called, "The Big Five".
SHIRLEY HELFFERICH is now the only female basketball coach at Miami University. She
specializes in centers.
JEAN ANN HOPPER has become the only woman to be a traveling salesman.
Prophecy of 1947
GARY JOLLEY has taken his shoe business to Florida for an airing.
DAN JUSTICE is still growing Rhode Island Reds.
NORMAN KAUFMANN will soon be awarded the gold plaque for being "The Biggest Liar in The
AL KLINE has taken over Vaughn Monroe's Orch. and now its "Racing With Kline," for a
WALTER KLOSE is selling Spencer Foundation Garments door-to-door.
SHIRLEY KNIPPLING is a secretary for the manager of Erhold Insulating Factory.
JOHN LESLIE is pitching for the New York Giants.
JOAN MADDUX is editor of New York Times VVomens' page.
DI-CK McKINNISS is still looking for a hat big enough.
.IUNIE MERTEN is winning prizes all over the United States for her excellent tuba. playing.
BILL OTT is still running for reelection as Mayor of that great metropolis of Forestville.
SHIRLEY MILLER is secretary to Peter Lawford and alternates work and play.
JUNIE PHILLIPS is head French Frier at Janet's Coffee Shoppe.
BETTY RIDGE bought a chain of mountains and calls them Blue Ridge Mountains.
MARGIE ROSS is a nurse at Veterans Hospital in Dayton, Ohio.
BETTY SCHULTZ knits for "Doggies' Apparel Shop" in Buenos Aires.
RUTH SHEPARD is working as an aviatress in Andyis Airport.
PAUL STROSNIDER is still making Kickapoo Joy Juice for friends and relatives.
MARIANNE WILLARD owns a firm that makes Blue-Green convertibles exclusively.
BILL WILLIAMS is teaching plane geometry at Polytechnic Institute in Virginia.
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We, the Senior Class of Anderson Township High School, being possessed of sound mind, and
t, do hereby will and bequeath the following:
Joyce Agner, do will and bequeath my large vocabulary to Charles McKinniss so that he may
ve a better chance to win more arguments with Miss Graham.
Ray Askew, do willand bequeath my quietness to Honest John Burns.
Janet Brooks, do will and bequeath my school bus tickets to Marilyn DeLong.
Irma Brown, do will and bequeath my Spanish grades to Jack Buchanan.
Virginia Cloyd, do will and bequeath my ability to be in on everything to Ginny Shepard.
Dolores Clary, do will and bequeath my shiny nose to Janet Wilson.
Joyce Duckett, do will and bequeath my bracelets to Madeline Heine, who wears so few.
Ed. Elliott, do will and bequeath my printing ability to Ted Brown.
Charles Emshoff, do will and bequeath my ability to warm benches to Bob Muchmore.
Carolyn Epping, do will and bequeath my jolly character to Anna Marie Zeil.
Patti Fisher, do will and bequeath my long hair to Margaret Eyles.
Kathleen Gage, do will and bequeath my happy hours as a Senior to the Junior Class.
Harold Gaskins, do will and bequeath my likeness to wear a necktie to John Steel.
Shirley Greer, do will and bequeath my ability to carve with a pocket knife to Don Goepper.
Ted Haller, do will and bequeath my brand new model-A-Aluminum Ford and all that goes with it
Bob Moore. GOODT! ! ! !
Shirley Helfferich, do will and bequeath my ability to be quiet in class to Anne Bolton.
Jean Ann Hopper, do will and bequeath my long finger nails to Bob Moore. May he learn how to
ep from breaking them.
Gary Jolley, do will and bequeath my good grades to Ed. Pascal heill need them
I, Dan Justice, do will and bequeath my country walk to Albert Motz so he can take bigger steps
behind his plow.
I, Norman Kaufmann, do will and bequeath my six foot two inches to Bob Mitchell.
I, Walter Klose, do will and bequeath my red polka dot underwear to Don Mergard.
I, Shirley Knippling, do will and bequeath my package of red rinse to Ethel Jolley.
I, John Leslie, do will and bequeath my curly hair to Bill Erhold.
I, Joan Maddux, do will and bequeath my old driver license to Donald Brown.
I, Richard McKinniss, do will and bequeath my ability to whistle to Mr.. Brown.
I, Junie Merten, do will and bequeath my horse laugh and good behavior in Spanish class to Dorothy
I, Shirley Miller, do will and bequeath my ninety-six pounds to Lois Einspanierg may she have as
much luck with the "Du-Barry Success Course."
Bill Ott, do will and bequeath my fur coat to Mrs. Struke.
Junie Phillips, do will and bequeath my false tooth to Bill Erhold.
Betty Ridge, do will and bequeath my black hair to Grace Gilbert.
Marjorie Ross, do will and bequeath my bottle of H202 to Frances Allen.
Betty Schultz, do will and bequeath my knitting needles to Miss Nash.
Ruth Shepard, do will and bequeath my Jane Russell figure to Bonnie Underwood.
Paul Strosnider, do will and bequeath the remains of my little Blue Willys to Don Mergard.
Marianne Willard, do will and bequeath my ability to get along with my boy friend to Faye
Bill Williams, do will and bequeath my height to Rudolph Skoif.
To the Juniors the Seniors will nine months of questions and worry. May they worry long and
hard about "annual" finances, and may they always have a question in their minds about what the
ture is to hold.
To the Sophomores the Seniors will two years of uncertainty and inexperience and hilarious times.
To the Freshmen we, the Seniors, will our sense of humor. You'll need it in the three years to come.
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First Row Seated: Delores Brodeen, lNlargaret Mills. Virginia Staggenborg, Marilyn Burnes. Georgann Glasgow, Betty Sweeney,
Juliet Wilson. Ruth Loeklear, Lois Gorham, Gloria Vann, Helen Lippoles, Betty C-askinsg
Second Row: LaVei'ne Brirligcs, James Palm, Shirley Ahbling, Eugene Shepard. Judy Frey, June Jackson. Stella Hundley. Glenn
gendall, lticharcl Keyes, Dorothy Taylor, Betty Gaffney, Marilyn Dumont, Miriam Stockslager, .Io Ann McCarthy, Loraine
Third Row: Eileen Taylor. Ted Brown. Joe Stagge. Charles Lawson. Arthur Pullon, Robert Muchmore, Charles Raine, Frank
Bauer, Jack Hawkins. Charles Kyle, Donald Boggs, Charles Mcliinniss, William Erhold, Richard Zimmer. Donald Oury,
Jerry Lantern, Lawrence Ilhardt, Betty Bauer.
President ......... ..... C HARLES MCKINNISS I
Vice-President ..7.. ......... C HARLES RAINE
Secretary ...... ......... R OBERT MUCHMORE
Treasurer ...... .... V IRGINIA STAGGENHORG
After struggling for two years, the Juniors were proud at last to be called upperclassmen.
The highlights of the Junior year were the picking of the class rings, the Junior-Senior Prom, and
the Junior class play. The class play, "A Little Honeyf' was a great success.
Some of the Junior boys and girls were outstanding both in the field of sports and in their scholas-
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Leading the Juniors through their successful year were Mrs. Mary Struke and Mrs. Anna Zeigler,
teachers in the language and commercial departments respectively.
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First Row: Maria Lehman, Marlyn DeLong. Dorothy Gray. Joyce Knippling. Joan Bowman. JacqueIine Kuhn. Dorothy Bridges.
Louise Saner. Peggy Laudeman. Janet Koppman. Joyce Clifton. Carolyn Koch. Elaine Ayer. Edward Arno rl. William
Burke. Romona Elliott. Martha VanSaun. Anne Wykotf. Icla Messmer. Aggie Peters. Faye Jackson. Betty Schleiker, Jean
Wheatley, Carl Bridges. Nancy Carr:
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Second Row: Bill Krummel, Albert Motz. Walter Hoffman, John Burns. Robert Moore, Rohert Knalsb. Don Goepper. Madeline
Heine. Daniel Goepper. Harold Taylor. Lawrence Merten. Edwin Paschal. William Marsha'l, Robert Beckmann. Stanley
Williams, Kenneth Davis, Doris Epping, Clifford Meiford. Edward Behymer, Ruth Stagge. Charles Stringer, Vernon Hawkins.
President ......... ..... E DWIN PASCHAL
Vice-President ..... ........ J OAN BOWMAN
Treasurer ...... ...... J ACK BUCHANAN
Secretary ..... ..... M ARIA LEHMAN
The Sophomores entered the new school term with a mingled feeling of joy and fear of the future.
There was joy because they were no longer the inexperienced underclassmen of a year ago, and there
was fear because they did not know what the future months were to hold. However, as the months
advanced, their courage grew. A Freshman-Sophomore Dance was given, preceded by a hilarious
initiation. The class has left a successful and wisdom-endowed year behind them and are looking for-
ward to another year of this type. The advisors were Miss Mathis and Miss Graham.
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First Row: Marjorie Shruln, Joyce Jackson. Dolores Lohstroh, Corine Behymer, Miriam Libbee. Faye Hilge. Grace Gilbert. Elaine
Witschger, Anne Bolton, Bonnie Underwood, Anna Zeil, Margaret Eyles. Virginia Young, Eileen Dietrich:
Second Row: Joanne Gallagher. Einiline Wright, Dorothy Hill, Bonnie Fithen, Jean Busch, Peggy Leslie. Zona Goshorn. Georgia
Ilgayb Lois Greer, Joyce Gibson, Norma Egner, Claudia Buchanan, Lois Einspanier, Harriet Absher, Ethel Jolley. Jean
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Third Row: Muriel Kimble, Mary Shanks, Etta Mae Taylor. Pat Martin, Shirley Dierkiss, Nancy Holbrook, Ruby Wiley. Betsy
Szchott, Patty Gehl, Barbara Willard, Ruth Hollifield, Frances Allen, Esther Gauselmann, Marilyn Taylor, Joyce Whitaker,
Virginia Shepard, Juanita Phillips.
Freshman Class Officers
President ........... ............ J ERRY RUCKER
Vice-President ..... ..... R OBERT MITCHELL
Secretary .... . . ..... VIRGINIA YOUNG
Treasurer ...... ............ I RVIN KRON
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First Row: Richard Maddux. Roland Ponchot, Richard Harris. Kenny Tarvin. Donald Brown. Charles Hicks. Ronnie Guenther,
Klayer Kline, Fred Koch. Bob Oury. Frank Ellerhorst. Bob Mitchell:
Second Row: Dick McDonald. Jack Carr. Bill Orick. Harold Speaks. Donald Kyle, Don Hensen. Dan Taylor, Jerry Maddux,
William Maddux. Carl Lindsey. Arthur Davis, Kenny Shaw, Lorren Loaring. Gene Ilhart. Dick Burns: W,
Third Row: Dick Boettger. Elmer Fobes. Don Bristle. Paul Marien. Jack Evans, Alvin Wesselwiidolf Skoif, Jerry Rucker,
Bob Baxter, Eugene Ellis. Arlen Leslie, Howard Sandiford, Irvin Kron. Arthur White, Tom Bunting.
This year the Freshmen Class advisors were Mrs. Minder and Mr. Tucker. The class was the
largest ever to enter Anderson, consisted of ninety-four members.
The Freshmen were very active in sports and also participated in many club activities. Many of the
girls and boys joined Y-Teens and Hi-Y, respectively. The Freshmen also enjoyed the Freshmen-
Sophomore Dance, given by the Sophomores in honor of the Freshmen at the beginning of the year.
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EDXVIN PASCHAL. CHARLES RAIXE. VIRGINIA STAGGENBORG. YVILLIAM OTT, JOAN NIADDUX. JERRY RUCKER
MISS VERA NASH, ADV., MR. RICHARD I-IERRON. ADV.
The Student-Faculty Council
This year, for the first time, the students have had a part in the formation of rules and laws con-
cerning themselves and their school. They have had a chance to learn a little of tl1e way our govern-
ment is run by watching the Student-Faculty Council in action. Although the council was only on trial
this year, its work was considered to be satisfactory.
The members were chosen by vote. The Senior and Junior class each had two votes. They were to
elect a boy and a girl to represent them. The Sophomore and Freshmen classes had one vote apiece.
They were to choose a boy or a girl to represent them in the coming year. The two representatives of
the faculty were Miss Vera Nash and Mr. Richard Herron.
WILLIAM OTT, President CHARLES RAINE
JOAN MADDUX, Vice-President VIRGINIA STAGGENBORG, Secretary
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EDWIN PASCHAL JERRY RUCKER
First Row: Shirley Miller. Virginia Greger. Delores Clary. Janet Brooks. Albert Kline, Irma Brown, VVilliam Ott, Joyce
Duckett, Teil Haller. Walter Klose, Shirley Knippling. Margaret Phillips, Marjorie Ross, Kathleen Gage.
Second Row: Bill Williams, Ruth Shepard, Virginia Cloyd. Jean Ann Hopper. Richard McKinniss, Edward Elliott, Harold
Gaskins, Marianne Willard, Gary Jolley, Norman Kaufmann, Carl Boettger, Shirley Helfferich, Carolyn Epping, Ray
Askew, Joyce Agner, Shirley Greer, Joan Maddux, Alice Merten, Betty Schultz:
Third Row: Arthur Leslie, Paul Strosnider, Mr. Tucker. Adv., Pattie Fisher, Dan Justice, Charles Emshoff.
Co-Editors-William Ott, Joyce Duckett Feature ManagerwJoyce Agner
Assistant Editor-Irma Brown Sports Manager'-Ricllafd MCKinniSS
Snapshots-dRuth Shepard, Virginia Greger
Art-Patti Fisher, Ed. Elliott
' Typists-Marianne VVillard, Dolores Clary, Shir-
Firculation Manager-Joan Maddux ley Miller. Q
Business Managcr4Ted Haller
.-Idvcrtising Manager-Albert Kline
Few know how an annual grows. When thcy considered the high prices of materials and the low
fund'-1 of the Senior Class, the faculty shook their heads with concern. However, the Seniors decided
to have a year book, and set about the task of raising the money. Football games became a source of
funds, through the large crowds who desired refreshments. Tax stamps were collected and annual ads
were sold. Under thc leadership of an energetic and capable staff, the annual was composed and sent
to press, The Seniors heaved a sigh of relief when the book was finished. We hope you enjoy reading
our annual as much as we have enjoyed making it. '
First Row: Margaret Phillips, Elaine Whitschger, Albert Kline, Marianne WVillz1rd. William Ott. Joyce Duckett. Rim-lmrd
McKinniss, Lucille Miller:
Second Row: Miss Mathis, Adv., Shirley Knippling, Virginia Cloyd, Joyce Agner, .Ioan Bowman, Kfaver Kline, Jenn Ann
Hopper, Shirley Greer, Margaret Mills, Betty Beyer, Helen Lippolis, Georgeann Glasgow, Shirley Miller,
Third Row: Dolores Clary, William Marshall, Glenn Kendall. Madeline Heine, Alive Merton. Ted Haller, Betty Schultz. Ed
Elliot, Bill hvllllillllS, Charles Raine, Dan Goepper, Frank Bauer, Ed. Paschal, Patty Gehl, Barbara Willard,
Business illanagrfr-Williaxn Ott
Assistant Business Manager-Albert Kline
Circulation Manager-Sliirley Knippling
Copy Editor-hlarianne VVillard
Printers-Edward Elliott, Bill Williams
Miss Mathis and her staff of experienced writers reported, with clarity and truth, the news of
interest around Anderson. The "Lantern," a printed paper, has encouraged young writers to display
their talents and to improve their literary style. Spirited editorials have indueneed students opinion
and have helped to develop that morale which is so typical of Anderson.
Firsl Now: Mr. lflzirofzl Mzulrlux. Ailv.. Richard McKinniss. Rav Askew. Albert Kline. Edward Elliot. Charles Einslioff, Paul
Strosnicler. Theorlore Haller, Norman Kaufmann, Robert Muchmore, John Leslie. Charles McKinniss, Harold
Yvilliam Ott. Richard Herron, Adv.:
Sc:-mill How: Theodore Harris, Daniel Goepper. William Marshall. John Burns, Robert Moore, Donald Goepper,
Krummel. Jerry Rucker. Lziwrence Merten. Harold Taylor, Charles Whitaker, Donald Kyle. Wilson Bronclhziver.
liecknmn. Kenneth Shaw, Robert Oury, Robert Mitchell.
ALPHA OFFICE RS
President ......... ....... T ED HALLER
Vice-President ..... .......... Vi 7ILLIAM OTT
Secretary .... ...... H AROLD GASKINS
Treasurer ...... .....,......... A LBERT KLINE
Chaplain ..... ..... R ICHARD MCKINNISS
The Alpha Hi-Y, under the capable leadership of Mr. Richard Herron, has participated in
group activities during the past year. Some of the activities in which the boys participated
swimming parties, moving pictures, athletic tournaments, group discussions, and lectures by
speaker. The hoys also helped the Y-Teens with their white gifts for the needy families at Chri
A new Beta club was formed consisting of sophomores and freshmen. Mr. Harold Maddu
year's Hi-Y advisor, has taken over the advisorship of this new club.
First Row: Shirley Miller. Laverne Bridges. Ruth Shepard. Margaret Phillips. Irma Brown, Shirley Greer, Virginia Cloyd,
Marianne Willard, Janet Wilson, Joyce Duckett, Helen Lippoles, Betty Gaskins:
Second Row: Miss Graham, Advisor, Kathleen Gage. Gloria Vann, Joyce Agner, Betty Schultz, Ruth Locklear. Virginia Greger,
Virginia Staggenborg, Jean Ann Hopper. Marjorie Ross, Shirley Knippling, Betty Sweeney, Dolores Brodeen, Margaret,
Mills, Marilyn Burnes, Betty Bauer, Miss Mathis. Advisor.
Third Row: Marilyn Duniount, Dorothy Taylor, Janet Brooks, Betty Gaffney, Miriam Stockslager, Loraine Young, Stella
Hundley. Joan Maddux, Carolyn Epping, Alice Merten, Patti Fisher, Delores Clary, June Jackson, Judy Frey, Shirley
Abling, Eileen Taylor, Shirley Heliferich.
President ............ .......... V IRGINIA CLOYD
Vice-President ..... ..... IN IARIANNE WILLARD
Secretary ..... ..... S HIRLEY GREER
Treasurer ................ ......................... I RMA BROWN
Program Chairman .......... VIRGINIA STAGQENBORG
Worship .................. .. ..... BETTY GASKINS
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First Row: Marjorie Shrum. Jo Ann Gallagher, Betty Schleicher, Faye Jackson. Anna Marie Ziel. Muriel Kimble, Elaine Ayer,
Agatha Peters. Irma Brcwn. Shirley Greer, Virginia Cloyd, Marianne Willard. Jean Busch. Bonnie Fithen, Elaine Witschger,
Margaret Eylcs. Eileen Dietrich, Jean Xvheatly. Joyce Jackson. Miriam Libbee, Grace Gilbert, Ruth Brock:
Svvonrl Row: Miss Graham. Adv.. Dolores Lohstroh. Joyce Gibson, Bonnie Underwood. Anne Bolton, Juanita Phillips, Jean
Fairbanks. Dorothy Hill, Emmiline Wright, Harriet Absher. June Smith. Zona Goshorn. Georgia Kay, Faye Hilge, Mary
Shanks, Etta Mae Taylor. Virginia Young, Ethel Jolly. Joyce Clifton. Carolyn Kock, Joyce Knippling. Jacque Kuhn. Joan
Bowman. Martha VanSuan, Ann Wykoff, Dorothy Bridges, Janet Koppman, Marilyn DeLong, Miss Mathis, Adv.:
Tliirfl Row: Evelyn Richardson, Corine Behymer, Ramona Elliott, Louise Saner, Peggy Laurleman. Ruth Stagge, Nancy Carr,
Doris Epping. Madeline Heine. Norma Egner, Joyce Whitaker. Lois Enspanier. Marilyn Taylor. Virginia Shepard. Frances
Allen. Betsy Schott. Patty Gehl, Barbara Willard, Ruth Hollifield. Shirley Dierkis, Nancy Holbrook, Ruby Wiley, Lois
Greer. Claudia Buchanan, Esther Gauselmann, Pat Martin, Dorothy Gray. Maria Lehman, Peggy Leslie.
The name of Girl Reserves was. changed officially throughout the nation to "Y-Teens". This name
was chosen because it explains just exactly what age group is included in the club and the "Y"
designates that we are affiliated with the Y.W.C.A. The purpose and ideals of Girl Reserves have
not changed with the changing of the name.
The membership of "Y-Teens" this year was so high that the club was divided into Gamma and
The program for the year included many well known speakers who spoke on such subjects as
music, vocations, and human relationships.
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First Row: Betty Sweeney. Norma Egner, Joyce Whitaker, Louise Saner, Joan Bowman, Jacqueline Kuhn, Joyce Knippling,
Laverne Bridges, Janet Wilson, Betsy Schott:
Second Row: Miss Vandervort. Director. Julie Jackson, Betty Beyer, Ester Gauselniann, Ciaudia Buchanan, Marilyn Taylor,
Patty Gehl, Barbara Willard, Ruth Hollifield, Frances Allen, Loraine Young. Dolores Brodeen. Margaret Mills:
Third Row: Madefiene Heine, Eileen Taylor, Shirley Abling, Nancy Carr, Doris Epping, Ruth Hannon, Peggy Leslie, Pat
Martin, Ruby Wiley, Nancy Holbrook, Dorothy Gray, Dorothy Taylor, Betty Gaffney. Marilyn Dumont.
Once again the Girls' Chorus has been under the capable direction of Miss Dorothy Vandervort.
This year, the membership of the club reached an all time high with approximately seventy-live girls.
The girls sang at a joint P. T. A. meeting held at the Y.W.C.A. in Cincinnati. They also sang
before an attentive audience during the Community Instituteg and presented an interesting program
for the Christmas assembly. They wished the Seniors farewell in a beautiful Baccalaureate Service
at the close of the year.
First Row: Grace Gilbert, Elaine Whitschger, Bonnie Fithen, Anne Bolton, Joyce Gibson, Jean Busch, Juanita Phillips, Helen
Lippolis, Betty Gaskins, Ruth Brock:
Second Row: Miriam Libby, Mary Shanks, Etta Mae Taylor. Virginia Young: Dolores Lohstroh, Corine Behymer, Margaret
Eyles, Ethel Jolley, Faye Hilge, Georgia Kay, Jo Anne Gallagher, Jean Wheatley, Dorothy Vanclervort, Director:
Third Row: Zona Goshorn, Marilyn DeLong, June Smith, Janet Koppman, Dorothy Bridges, Anne Wykoif, Evelyn Richardson,
Eileen Dietrich, Ruth Stagge, Ramona Elliott, Muriel Kimball, Joyce Clifton, Carolyn Koch, Aggie Peters.
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First Row: Tom Back, Donald Brown, Vivian Merten, Alvin Kron, Martha Van Sann, Jackie Kelly, Dale Dietrich, Charles
Fambry, Ted Haller, Mrs. Nell Reese Steen, Director:
Second Row: Helen Lippolis. Robert Swathwood, Joyce Gibson, Lawrence Merten, June Merten, Don Goepper, Ray Burlew,
Charles Whitaker. Jane Kelly.
For the third consecutive year, the band has been under the capable direction of Mrs. Nell Steen,
of Augusta, Ky.
The band, a slightly smaller group than last year was composed of .twenty-live members. It played
at two football games, the Loveland game and the Home Coming game with Glendale. It also played
at Carthage Fair and for the Community Institute.
First Row: Fred Koch, Kenneth Tarvin, Dan Taylor. Arthur White, Clifford Meiford, Charles Whitaker:
Second Row: Gary Jolley. Mgr., Jack Buchanan, Lawrence Merten, Charles Lawson, William Krunnnel, Robert Muchniore,
Vernon Hawkins, Arlen Leslie, Jack Hawkins, Walter Klose, Mgr., Charles Raine, Mgr.:
Third Row: Charles Brown, Coach, Richard McKinniss, Ray Askew, Jerry Rucker, Albert Kline, Charles Emshoif, Ted I-Ialler,
Norman Kaufmann, Arthur Leslie. Robert Moore, John Burns, Charles McKinniss, John Steele, William Erhold, Richard
Herron, Assistant Coach.
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33 lllt. Healthy
45 Madeira ..
14 Terrace Park
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The 1946 football season was the best that Anderson has ever completed. The
Redskins scored 248 points against their opponents 76. Our boys played in style
this year as six of their seven games were at night and three of these were at home.
The first football homecoming ever to be held at Anderson was held October 25,
when our Redskins downed Glendale 411 to O.
The first game of the season was an afternoon game played at Colerain in which
our boys won 344 to 7.
The second game was played at home where our boys played host to Mt. Healthy.
This was the second victory as the Redskins won 33 to 6.
The third and fourth games were also played at home in which our boys won
again. Loveland was downed 341 to 6 and Glendale met defeat 41 to 0.
The fifth game was played at Madeira. The Redskins added another victory as
they downed the Mustangs 45 to 8. 1
Terrace Park and Anderson were tied for the eastern league championship up until
November 2, when our boys lost to the Bulldogs 141 to 27.
The following week our boys defeated Colerain, at Madeira for third place in
John Steele was again outstanding for the Redskins as he scored sixteen touch-
downs to tie his previous record which he set when he was a freshman.
First Row: John Leslie, Albert Kline, Norman Kaufmann, John Burns, Ted Haller, Robert Wright, Mgr.:
Second Row: Charles Brown. Coach, John Steele, Harold Gaskins, Robert Muchmore, Gary Jolley, Jack Hawkins, Richard
McKinniss. Ray Askew, Mgr.
Coach Brown had tl1e hard way to go during the 1946-47 basketball season as he
had only Capt. Ted Haller back from the previous year's team. The team won five
games while losing twelve during the regular season and won one before being
eliminated in tl1e double elimination tournament at Xavier Stadium.
Capt. Ted Haller led the team with 289 points. This was only two points under
the Redskins record set by Milt Jackson in 1944, he had 291 points. Norm Kauf-
mann and John Burns scored 127 and 117 respectively.
Firsf Row: Jerry Mmldux. Mgr.. William Krummel. Edwin Paschal, Lawrence Mertell, Vernon Hawkins, Arlen Leslie:
Second Row: Charles Brown, Coach, Robert Oury, Kenneth Shaw, Jerry Rucker, Harold Taylor, Arthur White, Donald Kyle,
imager 1 ,X , .
The Reserve team did somewhat better than the Varsity as they won seven and
lost ten games. Since the tournament was moved to Xavier only the top two reserve
teams in each league were permitted to take part. Our boys were tied for third place.
"Buek,' Leslie, a freshman, led his teammates in the scoring column with 106
points. Lawrence Merten with 87 points and Donald Kyle with 4-5 points were
second and third for scoring honors.
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First Row, Kneelivig: Albert Kline, John Steele, John Leslie, Dick McKinniss, Klayer Kline, Robert Beckman, Mgr.:
Second Row: Arlen Leslie, John Burns, Ted Haller, Norman Kaufmann, Robert Muchmore, Paul Strosnider. Mr. Brown, Conch
The 1946 baseball season closed with a record of five wins against three defeats.
One of these defeats was a no hit game, in which the Redskins lost 2 to O against
The team was headed by Milt Jackson and Ted Haller as their performances
on the field were outstanding.
Richard McKinniss, for the third consecutive year, backed up the plate, while
John Leslie and Milt Jackson did the hurling. Paul Strosnider and John Steele
alternated at first base with John Burns at second, Ted Haller at short, and Al Kline
at third. The outfield was composed of Stanley Gaskins in left, Norm Kaufmann
in center, and Robert Weiss and Robert Muchmore dividing the right field position.
From the 1946 squad only Stanley Gaskins, Paul Strosnider and Milt Jackson
will be gone, so Coach Brown anticipates a victorious season in 1947.
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First Row: Dan Goepper, Mgr., John Steele, John Burns, Ray Askew, Charles McKinniss, Richard McKinniss, Bill Ott. Mgr.:
Second Row: Richard Herron, Coach, Bill Krunnnel, Ted Haller. Charles ElllSll0fl'. Gary Jolley, Robert Muchmore, Vernon
Hawkins, Lawrence Merten.
The Track Team
The track season of 1916 was one of experimentation and experience. Built largely
of freshmen and sophomores, the team improved consistantly through the season,
winning their only dual meet, with Greenhills, by an overwhelming margin. The
Redskins traveled every week, taking in the Ohio Wesleyan relays, the Miami
Interscholastic, the Knights of Columbus relays and other leading track meets
throughout the state. Although Anderson failed to qualify for the State Meet for
the first time since track was started here, much was learned in competition against
the Hnest athletes in Ohio. Outstanding performances were turned in by Steele,
Burns, Jackson, Moore, Van Sann, and Harry Grunwald.
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Ann Wykoif. Elaine Ayer, Bonnie Fithen. Anne Bolton. Ruth Locklear, Elaine Whitschger, Miriam Libbee, Grace Gilbert,
Juanita Phillips, Virginia Young, Joyce Gibson, Jean Busch, Margaret Eyles, Eileen Dietrich, Betty Gasklnsl
Second Row: Ester Gauselmann, Maria Lehman, Peggy Leslie, Lois Greer, Marilyn Taylor, Dorothy Bridges, Jacque Kuhn,
Joyce Knippling. .loan Bowman, Janet Koppman, Joyce Whitaker, Ethel Jolley, Betty Sweeney, Virginia Staggenborg.
Betty Gatfney, Marilyn Dumont, Margaret Mills, Joyce Duckett, Kathleen Gage, Marilyn Burns, Shirley. Miller, Lucille
Miller, Janet Wilson, Gloria Vann, Laverne Bridges, Judy Frey, Pattl Gehl, Helen Lippolis, Anna Maria Zeil:
Third Row: Nancy Holbrook, Norma Egner, Betty Ridge, Carolyn Epping, Marianne VVillard, Shirley Heltferich, June Jackson,
Shirley Abling. Alice Merten, Joan Maddux, Janet Brooks, Patti Fisher, Lorraine Young, Betty Beyer, Shirley Knippling,
Dorothy Taylor, Shirley Greer, Joyce Agner, Betty Schultz, Jeanann Hopper, Etta Mae Taylor, Georgia Kay, Frances
Allen, Betsy Schott, Louise Sauer, Dorothy Gray, Eileen Tayor, Barbara Willard, Ruth Holliiield, Fay Jackson, Joyce
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President .......... .................... S HIRLEY GREER
Vice-President ...... ...... V IRGINIA STAGGENBORG
Treasurer ..... ..... J ANET KOPPMAN
swarm, ..... ,...... A LICE MERTEN'
This year the Girl Athletic Association was under the leadership of Mrs. Susan
Shields. The girls took part in bowling, swimming, horseback riding, basketball,
hockey, and track events during the past year.
Betty Ree Gnskins, Margaret Mills. Patti Gehl. JeanvAnn Hopper. Shirley Greer.
The cheerleaders, as well as the team, are important. The pep of the cheerleaders
and the crowd with them helps to urge the team on. There were five cheerleaders
this year. Shirley Greer and Jean Ann Hopper were co-captains with Betty Gaskins,
Margaret Mills, and Patti Gehl completing the squad.
Anderson also had a squad of reserve cheerleaders including Janet Koppman,
captain, Ann Bolton, and Bonnie Fithen.
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Carthage Fair. No school, a holiday already.
First football game of the season. Played Mt. Healthy here, we won! 33-6
Goody, goody. It was an exciting night game.
P. T. A. Carnival. Many prizes were given away and there was dancing in
the evening. Very nice.
Football game with Loveland here at night. We won again! 341-6.
End of first six weeks period.
Night football game at Madeira. Chartered two- 'school buses to take us there
and back. Won again! 415-8.
Assembly. Nature movie shown by Mr. Maslowski. Very nice.
Group pictures taken for the Andersonian. P. T. A. meeting, School dismissed
at 2:30. Hurrah!
Freshman initiation. They looked very cute.
First Pow-Wow. Indians all over the place. How ! ! How ! ! I
Freshman welcome party. Only Freshmen and Sophomores were invited.
Teachers' meeting. Another holiday. .
Night homecoming game with Glendale. Floats and even a' Homecoming Queen.
It was another victory for the Redskins. 411-0. .
Night football game. Anderson at Terrace Park. We chartered four buses to
take us there and back. We lost! 141-27.
-Night football game. Anderson vs. Colerain. We won. We are back on the beam
again. 47-22. 4
--"Y"-Teen Turkey Supper. Umm, swell turkey.
Armistice Day. No school.
-Junior Class Play, "A Little Honey." Very cute.
P. T. A. meeting. School dismissed at 2:30.
-First basketball game. Colerain here. We won 37-27. End of second six weeks.
-Basketball game here with Amelia. We won. 412-39. M V
"Y"-Teen Old Clothes Dance.
Thanksgiving vacation, no school.
Thanksgiving vacation, no school today either.
Basketball game with New Richmond, there. WVe lost. 31
-Basketball game here with Terrace Park. We lost. 26-44.
-Basketball game here with Taylor. We lost. 47-48.
Basketball game with Loveland here. We won. 65-29.
Ma, Pa, and Me Party given by the "Y"-Teen's Mother's Council
Everyone had a nice time.
Had a Christmas Assembly. Parties were given in the afternoon
No school until next year.
Basketball game. ,Anderson at Madeira. We lost. 45-50.
-School opened. Everyone had a wonderful vacation.
Basketball game. Anderson at Terrace Park. We lost. 23
-Basketball game. Anderson at Taylor. We lost. 29-45.
-Alumni basketball game. We lost. 48-54.
-More pictures taken for the Andersonian.
Semester exams. They were hard ! !
-More semester exams.
Basketball game with Sycamore. Here. We lost. 39-53.
-Basketball game. Anderson at Sharonville. We lost. 36-66
-Basketball game with Glendale. Here. We won! 34-30.
-Basketball game. Anderson at Amelia. We lost. 32-41.
Basketball game. Anderson at Plainville. We lost. 25-41
Basketball game with New Richmond. Here. We lost. 49-51
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7-Basketball game with Mt. Healthy. Here. We lost. 416-35.
141-G.A.A. Valentine Dance.
18-P. T. A. meeting. School dismissed at 2:30. Hurrah!
21-Annual Senior Party.
28-End of fourth six weeks period.
4-Good Friday. No school.
ll-End of fifth six weeks period.
12-"Y"-Teens Easter Dance.
18-Band Concert, 8 p.m.
2-Home Economics Style Show. Very nice.
3-Junior and Senior Banquet.
13-Senior Class Play.
20-Final Examinations. Most Seniors were exempt. Arenit they lucky?
21-More final exams.
22-High School Commencement. A sad night for the Seniors who hate to leave.
23-Last day of school. It has been a swell year. The Seniors say "Good-Bye" to
Anderson and we wish the future Seniors and the other classes much luck.
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