Anderson High School - Andersonian Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)
- Class of 1948
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ln tllis year ol 1948 anotlier senior class will
gracluate from Anderson. We pause to look
loaclq over the last twelve years. We have liacl
many disappointments ancl failures, but We have
also liaol a great many pleasures and successes.
We will long be grateful to Anclerson and lier
stall of teachers for the lxnowleclge they have
lielpecl us to acquire.,
Qur aim for tlie future is uto loe ratlier tlian to
seem to lyef, Tlie worlcl toclay is searcliing for
trutlu anol for genuine personalities. We seniors
are encleavoring to put away false pretenses and
loe our true selves, not copies of someone else.
Vvitlx tliis aim and tlie lcinclly spirit oi Anderson
lneliind us, We hope to become wortliy citizens of
the United States and of tlle Worlcl.
RGY S. TUCKER
To Mr. Roy S. Tucker, our year book actviser, who has set an example by his
quiet Way of getting things clone, We dedicate this eighteenth Anclersonian. May t1iS
ability to tt'lr0W tight upon tife's problems, Without resulting heat, be copied by att
of his pupils.
Vvilliam M. Judd Clarence VV. Bell, Jr.
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President ...... ......... VV ILLIAM JUDD
Vice-President .... ..,.... J OSEPH MADDUX
Clerk ....... ,.... R ESTORER AYER
Confidence, faith, ciieerfuiness, and optimism are the symbols for the equation
of the atomic age. The relationship and position of each in the scheme of life is our
part in balancing this equation. To you of the class of 1948 we Wisii enough confi-
dence to aiiow you to attack successfully the difficult adjustments to be made in
modern living. May you have faith that shall bring out the best in your associates.
ciieerfulness that is spontaneous and conceals time sordid part of life, and optimism
that smoothes tile path for your fellow man and believes that the Ioest of and for the
race is yet to come.
Svzrfz-rl: Nlru. Emily Bwwnetl fsulmslilntc- for lvlrs. Alice Franlci, Mrs. Eva Fay Cress, lvlrs. Lurene Omer
Nlrs. Emma Baircl, lvlrs. .lane Rcecler, Mrs. Eleanor Bauer, Miss Nina Lou Leeds, Miss Girtrucle
Stancling, Row One: Nlrs. Besse Ayer, lvlrs. Frances Slwreve. Mrs. Elecfa Adams, lvlrs. lvlae SIIlC'llICl' Vlrs
lxlarllm Baker, Blrs. ylildrecl Hull, lvliss Lou Anna Knuckles:
Row Two: Nlrs. Emma Jolmson. Nlrs. Georgia Ayer, lVliss Mary Laugh, Mrs. Virginia Ricketts, Mr Harold
lxlaclclux. Nlrs. Edna Simcox.
JUNIGR HIGH AND
GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY
SY-lVliss Gertrude Aclclicott
SX-Mr. Harold Z. Maddux
7Y-Mrs. Eclna Simcox
7X-Nlrs. Electa Adams
6Y-lxflrs. Georgia Ayer
6X-lVlrs. Bessie B. Ayer
5Y-lVlrs. Nlilclrecl Hull
5X-Mrs. Emma C. Johnson
4X-lvliss Nina Lou Leecls
-Mrs. Eva Faye Cress
3Y-Miss Lou Anna Knuckles
Mrs. Virginia Ricketts
-Miss Mary Laugh
-Mrs. Alice Franlc
-Mrs. Lurene Omer
IY-Mrs. Frances Shreve
IX-Mrs. Mae Smeltzer
Mrs. Martha Baker
Miss Eleanor Bauer'-Religious Education
Mrs. Emma Baird
NIFS. tlilflff RCCCICT
NIR. RICHARD VV. HERRON
iviiami University, A.B.
Univorsity of Cincinnati, iVl.A.
Assistant Higli Sciiool Principai
Physical Education and Hvaltir
Assistant Football Coaclw
MR. ROY S. TUCKER
Qiiio Slate University.
Freslnman Boys Aclvisor
MISS MILDRED ZIELINSKI
University of Cincinnati, BS. in
Sopiiomorc Girls Azlvisor
Typing i ancl ll
MISS VERA MAE NASH FIR. CHARLES L. BROXVN MRS. MARY STRUKE
Oilio Vveslcyan, ixliami University, ivliami University,
University of Cincinnati. iVl.Ecl. Senior Boys Aclvisor Junior Boys Acivisor
Senior Cvirls Aclvisor Vvorlcl History English ll, lll
Engiisii ll, lV Consumer Goods Spanish l. ll
Latin l. ll Piiysical Eclucation ancl Hcaltil
Frcncll l Coacii-Footlaall, Basicctlnall.
MISS ELEANOR GRAHAM MRS. ANN DAISEY
Univ:-rsity oi Cincinnati, A.B., Pennsylvania Art Coll:-gc oi Dv-
sign ior Vvomcn
.lunior Girls Advisor Art D:-partnicnt N
Algebra l, ll
Plane ancl Soiicl Geometry
iliri gonpm ctry
Miss Lois J. NIELSEN N155 BETTY SQATHIS
Miami Univ:-rsity, BS. in Educ. Mlgnll Umversliyf ' '.
GEIVS Hcahh and PINS' University ofC1nrrnnat1,
' Sopiiomorv Boys Amlvisor
MRS. PAULINE MINDER
Ollio University, NLS.
lin-simian Cvirls Advisor
Home Economics l, ll, lll. IV
MR. JACK VVELLBAUM
University of Cincinnati, BS. in
.lunior ancl Senior Band
Mr. and lvlrs. F. VV. Bauer
Mr. ancl lVlrs. F. E. Beyer
Mr. and Nlrs. C. L. Boggs
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Brocleen
lwlr. ancl lvlrs. T. l'l. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. L. Burnes
lVlrs. H. Cline
lxlr. and Mrs. J. H. Dumont
lVlrs. L. Klose QBill Erllolcll
lxlr. ancl Mrs. rl. L. Frey
lVlrs. V. L. Galllney
Mr. ancl Mrs. L. D. Gaslcins
lvlr. and lxlrs. G. W. Glasgow
lVlr. and lVlrs. C. A. Hawlcins
Mr. and lVlrs. A. R. l-lundley
lVl.r. ancl Mrs. L. A. lllaarclt
Mr. ancl Mrs. M. .laclcson
Mrs. C. Kendall
lxflr. and lvlrs. L. H. Keyes
lylr. ancl lvlrs. R. Koenig
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kyle
lVlr. C. Lanier
Mr. ancl Mrs. C. Lawson
Mr. P. Lippolis
lVlr. ancl Wlrs. lwl. Mccarlluy
Mr. ancl lvlrs. C. E. Mcliinniss
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mills
Mr. ancl lxflrs. R. VV. Muclamore
lN'lr. and Mrs. S. S. Cury
lVlr. ancl Mrs. S. Palm
Mr. and lxflrs. B. R. Pullon
lVlr. and Mrs. F. Raine
lVlr. and lvlrs. S. E. Sheppard
lvlr. ancl Mrs. J. Slagge
Mr. ancl Mrs. H. Staggenlaorg
lylr. and lVlrs. E. Stoclcslager
lVlrs. T. Sweeney
Mr. and Mrs. A. Taylor
Nlr. and Mrs. Vvilson
Mr. R. E. Wright
Mr. ancl Mrs. N. Young
Mr. ancl lwlrs. L. Zimmers
SENICJR CLASS OFFICERS
President .,.................... CHARLES RAINE
Vicefpresiclent . . . ....... JAMES PALIV1
Secretary ..... ........... B ETTY LEE BEYER
Treasurer . . ....... MIRIAM STOCKSLAGER
Colors: Maroon and White
Motto: BTO be rnlher than to seem to bef,
FIOLUGFI Red Rose
SHIRLEY RAJ EAN ABLING
Annual 4: Class Play 3. 4: G. A A
I, 2. 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4:
MHSQUC Hfld GHVCI ll Glee lf
2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Key-
DOLORES JUANITA BRODEEN
Cambridge Higl: l: Annual Eclitor
4: Lantern 3, 4: Class Play 3, 4:
G, A. A. 2, 3. 4: Y-Teens 2, 3, 4:
C-lee Club 2, 3, 4.
CLARENCE DONALD BOGGS
f Country l
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: Hi-Y
l, 2, 3, 4: Football 4: Baseball 4:
Pep Club l.
BETTY LEE BEYER
Class Secretary 4: Annual Asst.
Feature Writer 4: Lantern 3, 4:
Class Play 3, 4: G. A. A. l, 2, 3:
Y-Teens l, 2, 3. 4: Masque and
Gavel I: Glee Club l, 3: Pep Club
l, 21 Scllolarslmip l, 2, 3, 4: Key-
Grand Golcl and Guarcl.
FRANK H. BAUER
Class Treasurer 2: Annual Business
Manager 4: Lantern 3. Business
lvlanager 4: Class Play 3. 4: Hi-Y
l, 2. 3: Pep Club l, 2: Scholarship
THEODORE H. BROWN
Annual Pliotograplmr 4: Class Play
3, -'l: Pep Club l,
MARILYN DOROTHY BURNES
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: G. A.
A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4:
Glee Club l: Pep Club l: Sclmlar-
sluip l, 2, 3: Key-Silver.
MARILYN LORAINE DUMONT
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: G, A.
A. 1.2. 3. 4: Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4:
Cvlee Club l, 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 1,
2: Clicerleaclcr 4: Key-Silver.
CHARLES EVAN RAINE
V. Presiclent 3: Presiclent 4: Annual
Advertising Manager 4: Lantern l.
2. 3: Eclitor 4: Class Play 3, 4: Stu-
clent Council 3: Hi-Y l, 2, 3: Secre-
tary 4: Football Manager 3: Traclc
Manager 3: Pep Club l: Masque
ancl Gavel l: Scllolarsbip 2, 3, 4:
Key - Silver,
JUDITH ANN FREY
Annual 4: Class Play 4: Cv. A.
A. 4: Y-Teens 4: C-lee Club 1: Pep
Club l, 2.
BETTY ANN GAFFNEY
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: G. A.
A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Y-Teens 1. 2. 3, 4:
Glee Club 1,34 Pep Club 1, 2: Key
BETTY MARIE GASKINS
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: Cv. A.
A. 1.2.3, 4: Y-Teens l, 2. 3, Pres-
ident 4: lvlasque ancl Cvavel l: Cvlee
Club 1. 3: Pep Club 1. 2: Cheer-
leader 3, Co-Captain 4: Key-Silver.
Annual 4: Lantem 3, 4: Class Play
3, 4: Cv. A. A. 4: Y-Teens l. 2. 4:
Glee Club 1: Pep Club 1: Scbolar-
sbip 2, 4: Key-Silver.
JACK ALLEN HAWKINS
Class Presiclent l: V. Pres. 2: An-
nual 4: Class Play 3, 4: Hi'Y l, 2.
3, V. Presiclent 4: Football 2, 3, 4:
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4.
STELLA MAE HUNDLEY
Annual 4: Lantern 2. 3, 4: Class
Play 3, 4: Y-Teen l, 2, 3. 4: Glec
Club l: Pep Club 2: Key-Bronze.
LAWRENCE WM. ILHARDT
Annual 4: Football 4: Baseball 4.
SHIRLEY JUNE JACKSON
Annual Art Editor 4: Lantern l:
Class Play 3, 4: Cv. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4:
Y-Teen l, 2. 3, 4: Glce Club l. 2.
3, 4: Pep Club l: Key-Bronze.
GLENN IRVIN KENDALL
Annual 4: Lantern 3. 4: Class Play
4' Hi-Y l, 2: Pep Club l: Key-
RICHARD LEE KEYES
Annual Pllotogrznplwr 4: Class Play
3. -l: Pup Club l.
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: Hi-Y l,
2. 4: Football 4: Pep Club l.
Annual 4: Class Play 3: Hi-Y 3,
Treasurer 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Baslivt-
bull 1, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Truuk
3, 4, Pep Club 1.
HELEN ROSE LIPPOLIS
Annual 4: Lantern l, 2, 3: Class
Play 3. 4, G. A. A. I, 2. 3,Y-Teens
I. 2.3, 4, Glee Club 1.2, 3, 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club l.
Annual Asst. Editor 4: Class Play
3, G. A, A. l,2,3,Y-Teeus1,2,
3, Glee Club l. 2, Pep Club I,
Scholarship l, 2, 3, 4: Key-Graml
CHARLES R. MCKINNISS
Class Treasurer l: Class President
3: Annual 4: Lantern l, 2: Class
Play 3. 4: Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4: Footllall
2, 3, 4: Baslcetlaall l. 2: Baselnall 2:
Traclc 2, 3, 4: Pep Clulu 1: Key-
MARGARET D. MILLS
AIIIIUHI 42 l-ilIll.Cl"l'l 32 ClilSS 3.
4: G. A. A. l, 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens I,
2. 3: Glee Club l. 2. 3: Pep Club
l: Cheerleader 3. CO-Captain 4.
Class Secretary 3: Annual 4: Lan-
tern 2, 3: Class Play 3. 4: Hi-Y Q,
3. 4: Football 3, 4: Baslcetloall 2, 3,
4: Bnselaall 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Pep
DONALD SIDNEY OURY
Annual 4: Baseluall 2. 3, 4:
U.S.N.R. 3, 4: Pep Club l.
JAMES EDGAR PALM
V. President 4: Annual 4: Lantern
4: Class Play 3, 4: Hi-Y 4: Pep
Clula l: Scllolarsllip 2, 3, 4: Key-
ARTHUR EUGENE PULLON
Amelia l: Annual 4: Class Play 3.
4: Hi-Y 3, 4.
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: Pep
Club 1: Glee Club 4.
JOSEPH H. STAGGE
Annual 4: Class Play 4: Pep
Club l : Sftllolarsllip
VIRGINIA LEE STAGGENILORG
Class Treasurer 3: Annual Sports
Editor 4: Lantern l: Class Play 3,
4: Student Council Secretary 3:
G. A. A. l, Secretary 2, V. Prefi-
dent 3, president 4: Y-Teens l, 2,
3. 4: Masque ancl Gavel lc Glen-
Club l: Pep Club l: Scbolarsbip l.
2, 3, 4: Key-Gold.
MIRIAM IDELLE STOCKSLAGER
Class Treasurer 4: Annual Feature
Eclitor 4: Class Play 3. 4: Y-Teen l.
2, 3. V. President 4: Cvlee Club l:
Sclmlarsllip l, 2, 3, 4: Key-Grancl
BETTY JANE SWEENEY
Annual Asst. Business lvlanagf-r 4:
Class Play 3, 4: G. A. A. l, 2. 3.
41 Y-TCCUF l, 3, 41 MHSQUC? flllil
Gavel 1: Glas Club 1. 2, 3, fl: Pep
Club l: Key--Bronze.
EILEEN JUNE TAYYLOR
Annual 4: Class lilay 3. 4: fl. A.
A. I, 2. 3, 4: Yflrcns I, 2, 3, 11:
Glen Club I, 3, 4: Pep Club I.
GLORIA HELEN VANN
Annual 4: Class Play 3. 4: G. A.
A. 1, 2, 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4: Glee
Club l : Pep Club l.
JANET SUE WILSON
Annual 4: Class Play 3: G. A. A.
l. 2. 3. 4: Y-Teens l, 2, 4: Glec
Club l, 2, 3. 4: Pep Club l.
ROBERT ELWOOD WRIGHT
Annual 4: Class Play 3, 4: Hi-Y l,
2. 3. President 4: Bancl l, 2, 3, 4:
Football 3. 4: Baslcetball Manager
3, 4: Pep Club l.
LORAINE RUTH YOUNG
Annual Circulation Man cr v4:
Class Play 3, 4: G. A. 2, 3,
4: Y-Teens l. 2, 3, Secretary 4: Glue
Club l, 3: Pep Club l: Scllolarsliip
l. 2. 3, 4: Key-Grand Cvolcl aficl
RICHARD RUDOLPH ZIMMECS
Class Play 3, 4: Basketball 2: Bascf
ball 4: Pep Club l. Q-
May 17, 1948
Dear Mr. Vvright,
Today the senior class of 1948 had their annuai reunion. We did a tot of reminiscing
about our schoot days and We thought that maybe you would like to remember those
years with us.
We ati remembered that as we started to schooi, we were curious and yet doubtful
about that new procedure in,our, tives. Vve marveled at the patience Miss Thompson and
Miss Hovius must have hadiin trying to teach us to read and count. it was weii remembered
that most of our second grade was spent in iearning to write. By the way, some ot us stiii
canst write iegibiy enough for others to read it. But we can,t blame Miss Kaiserman and
Miss Headley because they did their part.
Thereis one thing we learned in the third grade that none of us has ever forgotten.
That is the multiplication tables. By the time we had said! Ugoodbyen to Miss Laugh and
Miss Brothers, we were starting to count the number of years untii We would be through
with school. Vve began the study oi geography in the fourth grade. Miss Nobie and Niiss
Harmon taught us a tot about the countries of the world.
The fifth and sixth grades brought a great deal of change. Instead of two teachers we
now had four. Our homework increased by leaps and bounds. Miss Powers and Miss
McCord, fifth grade home room teachers, and hfirs. Besse Ayer and Mrs. Georgia Ayer,
sixth grade home room teachers, had their share in giving the homeworic. One of our
male classmates reminded us that the boys began wearing iong pants in the fifth grade
which was a red-ietter day for them.
Our seventh and eight grades were preparations for high school. Vvith the heip of
hfiiss Murphy, Wir. Maddux, Nliss Addicott, and Mr. Smalley, we prepared for the eight
grade state test. After our eight grade graduation, high school was the next step.
We became fuii-Hedged freshmen after a stiff initiation. Right then we can remember
how we started to pian a ubettern initiation for the uniucicy freshmen the next year. In the
ninth and tenth grades we had stiii more teachers, new schedules. detentions, etc. Vve are
indebted to Miss ixflartin, Mr. Myers, Mrs. Seaman, and Miss Graham for their advice and
counsel during these years as our home room teachers.
A We remembered ati the hard woric and ioads of fun we had in producing our Junior
Ciass piay, HA Little Honeyf! With the help of Mrs. Struite and Mrs. Ziegler we said
Ugoodbyeu to the seniors with a ioveiy banquet and dance.
iwtany memories made up our senior year. Remember, Wir. Wright, how many times
you had to taiit to us about our annual so that we,d put more work on it? That annual
meant a tot to us once it was compieted. After our ciass play was over, Miss Nash and
Mr. Brown turned our thoughts to a ciass day program and graduation. Our Aima Mater
has come to mean more to us since our graduation and we shaii never forget her.
The Senior Class of 1948
New York City
Dear Mr. Vvright,
l thought you might he interested to hear news ol the class of '48 and how the informa-
tion came to my attention.
I had just finished giving a private lesson in dramaticswhen there was a knock on
my door. To my surprise, it was James Edgar Palm, the great inventor, who had been a
former classmate of mine at Anderson School. He hurried to tell me of his latest invention.
which, he said, worked somewhat on the principle of that wonderful old thing. television.
except that with his invention no cameras, etc., were needed, that it had an automatic
viewer. Upon his invitation l grahhed coat and hat and left with him. ln his new Buick.
Jim introduced his friend and colleague, the co-inventor of the viewer. lt was then l realized
this suave and self-assured gentleman was the Charles Raine l had known in high school.
After a few minutes drive we arrived at a giant huilding in the heart of the city and
took, the elevator to the fourteenth lloor where we entered a door of an enormous show
room. ln a corner there were a large screen and two small black hoxes. Jim turned a knola
on one of these and asked whom I would like to check up on. We thought hard and finally
ucame up withy' the names of the Senior Class of 718. The following list, I am sure will
he of much inreresir
SHIRLEY ABLING now hos an enormously large dress salon in New York.
BETTY BEYER is the Chief Laboratory Technician at General Hospiiol.
DOLORES BRODEEN is rnnrrieol nnrl is husily rearing her family.
MARILYN BURNES has made herself famous hy writing a hest seller, which hroke the
sales record of all other hooks.
MARILYN DUMONT now operates her own laundry in New York City.
JUDY FREY owns the worlds largest dog kennel, located in Loveland, Ohio.
BETTY GAFFNEY owns and manages uBetty,s Cleanersf,
BETTY GASKINS has acquired six inches in stature and is now a tall and stately model.
STELLA HUNDLEY is a star reporter on The New York Daily Times.
JUNE JACKSON is an Art instructor at tile Art Academy in Eclen Park.
HELEN LIPPOLIS is time owner and floor walker in a Lippolis chain store.
JU ANNE MCCARTHY is time Supl of Nurses at tile Good Samaritan Hospital.
VIRGINIA STAGGENBORG, now Mrs. Sloggelluarnmer, has been made famous by her
reciiieaclecl quints, who are now Five years old.
MIRIAM STOCKSLAGER is a missionary and is doing great work.
BETTY SWEENEY is still teaching little ones to dance.
EILEEN TAYLOR is now the owner of HTayior's Insurance Company."
OLORIA VANN is the piano player in Betty Sweeney's Dancing Academy.
JANET WILSON just won the National Typewriting contest with 136 words a minute.
LORAINE YOUNG shows her usual efficiency in the jolo of Certified Public Accountant.
DOROTHY TAYLOR has been made famous by time growing of blue claiilias in lwer
modern florist shop.
FRANK BAUER now owns a drugstore equipped with articles that used to be Shein's.
DONALD BOGGS is now a chief of a triloe of Indians.
TED BRONVN is the owner of a chain of dress shops.
JACK HAWKINS is now the manager of Phillips, Grocery store.
LARRY ILHARDT owns one of the most modern grocery stores in Mt. Washington.
CHARLES KYLE is the co-owner of a very modern and efficient garage.
JERRY LANTER finally got a new care-a 1937 model.
CHARLES LAVVSON owns a very successful Horist shop.
CHARLES lVIeKlNNlSS has made a million and has gotten married.
BOB MUCHMORE has heroine a eoaeh at Anderson as you know.
DON OURY is now a rich holoo.
ART PULLON is the owner of a ehain of super markets.
GENE SHEPPARD, after pleading these past ten years has been rehired at Gillespie's.
JOE STAGGE is now a mechanic in Charlie KyIe,s garage.
BOB WRIGHT as you know, has become enormously wealthy and has already retired
from his chosen profession.
DICK ZllVllVlER is now the manager of Krogers.
DICK KEYES has been married three times,-lst time for money: 2nd time for prestige:
3rd time for love.
GLENN KENDALL owns a dishwashing plant.
THE SENIOR CLASS
Shirley Abting, do will and bequeath my ability to sew on buttons to Mr. H erro n.
Frank Bauer, do will and bequeath my tall. slim figure to Tom Bunting.
Betty Becker, do will and bequeath the red hair that I wish l had to Mrs. Struke.
Betty Beyer, do will and bequeath my good grades in geometry to Stanley Williams.
Don Boggs, do will and bequeath my love for Indians to Mr. Brown.
Dolores Brocteen, do Witt and bequeatb my ability to tceep a steacty boytrienct to Zona
Ted Brown, do will and bequeattt my tatt, slim figure to Ktayer Kline.
Marilyn Burnes, do Witt and bequeatb my quiet disposition to Fred Kocb.
Marilyn Dumont, do Witt and bequeatb my ability to sew to Mrs. Minder.
Judy Frey, do will and bequeath my natural curty bair to Janet Koppman. May state use
it white cheering.
Betty Gaffney, do Witt and bequeath my ability to talk fast to Jacque Kubn.
Betty Gastcins, do wilt anct bequeatb my Uabitity to arguen to Miss Zietinstci.
Georganne Glasgow, cto will and bequeatb my tattcativeness and ability to get into trouble
to any one who Witt tatce it.
Jack Hawkins, do will and bequeath my looks to Arthur Davis.
Stella Hundtey, do will and bequeath my Lantern troubles to Y anee Hatcomb.
Larry llhardt, do will and bequeath my sbyness to Clifford Mefford.
June Jackson, do will and bequeath my love for art to Mrs. Daisy.
Glenn Kendall, do will and bequeath my physique to John Steele.
Dick Keyes, do Witt anct bequeatb my ability to keep my motor bilce running to George
Cbartes Kyte, clo will and bequeatb my ability to get hllft in football to Clifford Metford.
Jerry Lanter, do will and bequeatb my brigbt remarks to tbe Janitors.
Charles Lawson, do will and hequeath my football tactics to Joyce Knippling.
Helen Lippoiis. do will and Liequeath my cymhals to Violet Gaffney.
JoAnne McCarthy, do will and hequeath my ahiiity to get a sun tan without hurning to
Norma Jean Egner.
Margaret Mills, do will and hequeath my iilceness for brown eyes to Louise VVitie.
Boh Niuchmore, do will and hequeath my red hair to Mr. Tuclcer.
Charles McKinniss, clo will and bequeath the hiond hair on my sweater to John Burnes.
Ruth Lociclear. do will and bequeath my tom-a-hawk to Don Brown. May he use it to
iceep the girls away.
Don Oury, do will and bequeath my troubles in school to my brother Bob.
Jim Palm, do will and bequeath my extra knowledge to any Junior who needs it.
Art Pnllen. do will enel hequeath my quiet disposition re Madeleine Heine.
Charles Raine, do will and bequeath my knowledge of Latin to Steve Miller.
Eugene Sheppard, do will and bequeath my tickets for reelrless driving to Ed. Arnold.
Joe Stagge, do will and bequeath my matured ways to the Freshman girls.
Virginia Staggenborg, do will and bequeath my neat, trim hairdo to Miss Nash.
Miriam Stoclcslager, do will and bequeath my ability to get Physics to Mr. Tueker.
Betty Sweeney, do will and bequeath my ability to blow blue bubbles to Miss Graham.
Eileen Taylor, do will and bequeath my quielr temper to Pat Martin.
Gloria Vann, do will and bequeath my nielrname, "Little Iodine," to Laverne Bridges.
Janet Wilson, do will and bequeath my ability to do Skyroelret to Pat Gehl.
Bob Wright, do will and bequeath my ambition to he a baehelor to Kenny Bauman.
Loraine Young, do will and bequeath my seat in study hall to Norma Egner.
Dick Zimmers, do will and hequeath my ahiiity to he a hermit to Boh Moore.
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J UDITH FREY
Oht you're stupid
I donit care
Hooic your tip
You wanna het?
You old goat
I don't understand
Oh. i don't icnow
Oh, not again
I donyt know
Uh, my goshii
I mean nowii
Shut up, confound youi
Come on, Chev. i..et's go.
Letys do something rowdyi
I don't icnow
How could you, Pullout
Depends on where you sit
To he an artist
Own a drug store
To have a mittion doiiars
To get the annuat out on time
To own a dress shop
To have hangs
To taice in washings
To get married
To talk stowty
To he a gang maui?
To he an actress
Own a tavern
To he a reporter
Own a grocery store
To paint and draw-and paint
To he chief dish washer at Linder's
To own a cigarette tighter that works
To own a Cadillac
To he a teacher at an ati-girl coiiege
Manufacture Buick convertiioies
To he a nurse
To make a million and get married
Marry a genteman
To he a hum
To he a rich hobo
To own a gas station
To he a marine
Qperate a gas station in Bermuda
Be a traveling satesman
Teach religious education
To teach tittie ones to dance
To he a private secretary
To he an X-ray technician
To improve my iooics
To steep ati day
To iron Mariiynis washings
VVaity's joh at Krogefs
Brown curiy hair
Dark, silent type men
Kern's steak sandwiches
Curly, red hair
13th and Vine
Dark hair, hrown eyes
Blonde bathing heauty
Dark, curly hair
Sleeping in class
Blue eyes. hionde hair
Best mate dancer
Prettiest hiue eyes
Best girl typist
Best hoy typist
Best an-around athlete
Most iiiceiy to succeed
Best sense of humor
Best female dancer
First Row: Xxyiiiiam Burke, Roincrt Luse. Ruin:-rt Beckman, Ciiiiord Nieiliord, Xviiiiam yiarsiiaii, Edward
Bciiymer, Staniey Yviiiiams, iViadeicine Heine, yiaria Lcimlan, Ida ix'ICSSlll0I', Carolyn Kocii, Betty
Sriiiciciier, Rutti Brock:
Second Rum: Jeanne Vvixcatiey, Laverne Bridges, Dan Gocppcr, Dorotiiy Gray, Aima Juiiis. Betty Gr-ini.
Rutil Staggc. Vernon Hawkins, VN7iiiiam Krummei, Laurvnrr' Morten, Yam-ft Hiliromio, Harold Taylor,
Don Goepper, Elaine Ayer, Ramona Eiiiott. .loyfe Ciiiton, Janet Koppman:
Third Row: Jim Eiiiman, John Burns, .iacii Buriuanan, Bota ixiourc, Robert Stringer, Joim Siceiv. Ann
Xvyiioti, Rutii Rotix. Peggy Laudeman, Edward Amoid. Cari Bridges. Jacque Kuim, Biartixa Vim Snun,
Joyce Knippiing. Louise Sancr, ixiariiyn DeLong. Joan BOXW'lllill1. Nancy' Carr.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President. .... ., . .DONALD GOEPPER
Vice-President . . . . .WILLIAM BURKE
Secretary ..... . . .RANIONA ELLIOTT
Treasurer . . . . . .HAROLD TAYLOR
The prospective memioers of time Ciass of '49 are iooicing iaacic over tile ciosing sciiooi
year with enjoyment and to time coming year witii anxiety.
The traditionai Junior-Senior Banquet was again iieid at Anderson. For tile second
succeeding year, tile Junior-Senior Prom was made open, with eacti Junior and Senior
aiiowed one guest. Students and guests were amazed at tiie transformation which iiad ioeen
made in time appearance of the gymnasium for time occasion.
Time Junior Ciass piay, HA Date Xvitti Judy," was iieid in time sciiooi on November
19, 1947 tmeiore a capacity audience.
First Row: Joyce Jackson, Rohert Mitchell, Jerry Rucker, Donald Kyle. Tom Bunting, Rudolph Skott, Vvil-
liam Oriclc. Frank Hittel, Paul Marion, Eugene Ellis, Arthur Vvhite, Harold Speaks, Donald Hinson.
lrvin Kron, Miriam Lihhec, Marjorie Shrum:
Second Row: Virginia Young, Dolores Lohstroh, Joyce Gibson, Grace Gilhert, Jean Busch, Zona Goshorn.
Dan Taylor, Arlen Leslie, Robert Knahh, Jerry Maddux, Ruth Holltield. Barlnara Willard, Pat Martin.
Romilda Metz, Kenneth Shaw. Kenneth Tarvin, Ronnie Guenther, Ted Harris, Betsy Schott, Patty Gehl.
Donald Brown, Laura Miller. Virginia Sheppard. Frances Allen, Georgia Kay, Jo Ann Gallagher,
Corrine Behymer. Faye Hiige, Patricia Miller:
Third Row: Juanita Phillips, Anne Bolton, Bonnie Fithen, Elaine Vvitschger. Franlc Ellerhorst, Diclc Boettger,
Don Bruestlc, Marilyn rlayior, Nancy Holbrook. Claudia Buchanan, Lois Greer, Norma Jean Egner,
Joyce Vvhitalcer, Peggy Leslie. Etta Mae Taylor, Arthur Davis, Klayer Kline, Fred Koch, Richard
lvladdux, Robert Oury, Diclc Burnes. Charles Hicks, Eugene llhardt, Lorne Loring. Lois Jean Ein-
spanier, Harriette Alosher, Jeanne Fairbanks, Margaret Eyles. Jewell Merritt, and Ethel Jolley.
SOPHOMORE CLASS QFFICERS
President .... .... R QBERT MITCHELL
Vice-President . . . .... DICK BOETTGER
Secretary .... .... V IRGINIA YOUNG
Treasurer . . . . . .KENNETH SHAVV
The class of 1950 returned in the fall prepared to follow in the steps of the upper-
classmen. The total enrollment was seventy-three. They toolc advantage of their privilege
to initiate the Freshmen, lout were unahie to sponsor the usual Freshman Dance.
The class was well represented in all school activities and clubs. Many girls participated
in Y-Teens and G.A.A. and the boys in Hi-Y. Both participated in glee club and Band.
The class was very proud of their reserve team, which was composed of sophomores.
Vve. as a class, hope to hold and iceep the honor that the previous classes have held.
First Row: Harvey Koch. Neil Carter, Steve Miller, Joe Hun, Walter Hair, Joan Thacker, Dorothy Chaney
Mary Jo Smith, Ruth Boettger, Joan Palm, Edward Bass, David Eggers, James Riley:
Second Row: James Vvheattey. Betty Brooks, June Stringer, Phillip Maddux, Tom Justice. Stuart Rose
Ralph Vvhite, Jim Heritage, Ronald Scliarringtiausen, Don Fields, Niarttna VVOH-angel, ixiary Dierks-r
Patriria Eldridge, Charles Shanks, Robert Dieckmann:
Third Row: Dianne Ott, Ivlilflllil Dyer, Jane Kelly. Eileen Dietrich. Garnet Xvells, Janet Spitzmitler, Erniline
Vvrigllt, Euniee Speneer, Janet Slay. Jean Rose. Violet Gaffney, Lavinia Giilwert, Ginny Rirtlardson
.loan Burns, .lo Ann Ntorton. and Bernire Ferrell.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President .... . . . .KENNETH BAUMAN
Vice-President . . . . .WARREN BEHYMER
Secretary ..... .... VV ILLIAM MAST
Treasurer . . . .... JERRY SCOTT
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First Row: Ricluarcl DeLong. Kenneth Bauman, Arthur Scihert. Earl Cramer, Robert Carr, Richard Nix Cnrlile,
Bill lVlast, Hcrhr-rt lVlcDinc, John Turcly. Dale Dietrich. Ray Berlcu, Vvayne Priclcett:
Seconcl Row: Clyfle Kelcli, George Henry, Elmer Folios, Ray Dyer. Arthur Kauffman, Ray Schmidt, James
Cyer, Carrol VX'arcl, lacli XN'allace, Rohcrt Daisy. Jack Steffen, Jerry Scott:
Tliircl Row: Juanita laclcson. .laclcie Ahslicr. Carol Beckman, lVlc-ryle Knippling, Vivian Merten, lxflarjorie
Svtrilior, Louise Xvityc. ,lune Rucker. Jeanette Dunn. Jean lvleyers. Jean Carr, Nancy Carter, .loan
Duncan, .lancl Boggs, Ruth Pullon. .lo Ann Epping, Helen Hunclcmer, Dolores Gilpin. and Shirley Fohes.
The class ol 1951 enterecl the halls of Anderson as lull lleclged Freshmen. ln a very
short time our class provecl to he a valuable aclclition to the High School.
Vvirh the patient ancl unclerstancling guidance of Mrs. Minder and lVlr. Tuclcer, Antler-
son soon lelt the influence of such a large class. ln fact. it is the largest class in the history
ol Anderson consisting ol one hundred-two memhers. Vvith many male students playing
lootloall, haslcetloall, ancl laasehall, girls entering Y-Teens and learning haslcetloall, cleclc
tennis, and hoclcey in G.A.A., our class provecl itself to he all-around, in sports, as well as
in scholastic aloility.
Seutml: Wir. Tucker-Advisor, Frank Bauer, Bfrlifiiilll Stoclcslager, Loraine Young. Virginia Staggenhorg.
Dolores Bred:-cn. .lo Anne Nlrcarthy, .lune Jackson, lvliss Zielinslci-Advisor. Gloria Vann, Betty .lane
Sweeney, .lam-t Xvilsong
Standing, Row One: Stella Hundley, Helen Lippolis, VX'illiani Erhold, Ted Brown, Eugene Sheppard,
Charles Nlclfinniss, hiarilyn Dumont, Betty Gallney, Charles Raine, Eileen Taylor, .ludy Frey:
Row Two: Donald Uury. Rohert Vvright, Glenn Kendall, Arthur Pullon, Richard Zinnners, Charles Lawson,
.loc Stagge, Rohr-rt Nluchrnure, hllnrgixret Mills, Betty Beyer, Betty Gashins. .lim Palm.
AN DERSON IAN
Editor--Dolores Brodeen Sports'--Virginia Staggenhorg, Rohert Much-
Assistant Editor,-,JoAnne Mccarths, more. Rohert Vvright, Eileen Taylor,
Ch I L
Business Nlanager,-Frank Bauer PI t hm ei, dagson D, Ii K
1 o ra -d e rown. ic e es
Advertising Nlanuger.-Charles Raine 0 g p y Y
Assistant Adv. Managers-James Palm. aid Qury Shirley Abling
Charles McKinniss T , v
' I ypzsts-Stella Hundley, Glenn Kendall,
Circulation Nlanager'-'Loraine Young Gloria Vann, Betty Beyer, George-
Literary Editor-lvliriam Stoclcslager ann Glasgow
Few realize that there is so much work in puhlishing an annual. Each year the same
prololems lace the Senior Class-high prices and the low funds of the Senior Class. As usual
though, the Senior Class decided that they would have an annual. and set ahout the taslc
of raising the money. Refreshments at the football and the hashethall games hecame a source
of funds. Dances alter the games and ads were another source for raising funds. Under the
leadership of an energetic and capahle stall, the annual was composed and sent to press.
And what encouraging news to lcnow that the annual was finally completedl Vik hope you
enjoy reading our annual as much as we enjoyed malcing it.
Art Editors'-June Jaclcson, Judy Frey, Don-
Seated: Stciia Hunziicy, Eiaine Vvitsciiger. Joanne Gaiiagher, Patty Gehi, James Palm, Charies Raine, Frank
Bauer, Betty Scixieicher. Betty Beyer, June .iacicsonq
Standing: .ioan Paint. Diane Ott, Doiores Lohstroh, Niiss Biathis-Advisor, .ioan Bowman, Robert Nlurh-
more, .ioycc Knippiing, Joyce Vvhitaiccr, Gcorgcann Glasgow, Frank Hittei, Glenn Kenniaii, Arien Lesiic,
Freci Koch, Ann Vvykott, Madeleine Heine, Doiores Brodeen, Dan Goepper.
Editor-Charles Raine Editorial Staff- .io Ann Gaiiagher. Dan
Goepper, Betty Beyer, Betty Schieicher.
Elaine Vvitschger, Diane Gtt, Joyce Knip-
Cimulation Manager-Ann Wykoff piing, Dolores Brodeen, Gienn Kendaii,
Joan Palm, Madeline Heine, Steiia Hund-
iey, Martha Van Saun, James Palm.
Business Manager-Robert Muchmore
Sports Editor-Joan Bowman
Copy Eciitor-Georgeann Giasgow
Printers,-Patty Gehi, Joyce Vvhitaicer, Do- Tygiggygiziagfsgggiytfifiiilifiulrjliiiilgjetty
iores Loiastroh, Fred Koch, Arlen Leslie
and Franic Hittei. Artists-June Jackson, Frank Hittei.
This year, uncier the guidance ot Niiss ixfiathis, the staff has tried to maice the Lantern
a hetter organized puhiication. Charies Raine anci Georgann Giasgow gave much time and
effort to co-orciinating the woric of the typesetting and printing departments. with that of
the writing staff. There were five reguiar issues and one Christmas huiietin puhiisheci this
The stait had a ceieiimration as a tinai parting gesture to aii those memiaers of the staff
who would not return.
Seated: Neil Carter. Vviiiiam Judd, Helen Lippolis, Dorothy Chaney, Eileen Dietrich, Martina Van Saun.
Vviliiam Baker, Lynn Voth, James Slay:
Standing, Row One: .iarii Forge, Joyce Gibson, Vivian Meden, .lane Kelley. Jacqueline Ahsher, Dale Dietrifh,
Alvin Kron, Raymond Buriew, Charles wX'Yl1itE.ll'iCI', Charles King, Sir, Vvciibaum-Director:
Standing, Row Two: Don Goepper. Robert Carr, Lawrence Merton, Donald Brown, Robert Vvright, Donald
Kyle. Dan Goepper.
President .................... DONALD BROVVN
Vice-President . . . . .CHARLES VVHITAKER
Weasurer .... .... M ARTHA VAN SAUN
Librarian. . . .... RAYMOND BURLEW
The Anderson Township Band of twenty-five members had an active year under the
capaioie leadership of Wir. Jacic Vvelihaum. They played for two football games, the Home-
coming with Madeira, and again when our team met Colerain.
The P.T.A. was entertained on November 18th and January 20th, and the hand again
played for Community Institute January 30th. The band had two very successful Band
Concerts April 9th and 10th.
Seated: .txyge Clitton, Janet Koppman, Madeleine Heine, Etta Mae Taylor, Georgia Kay, Alma Juitts, Ann
Wy o 3
Stanfling: Miss Vanctervort-Director, Dorotliy Gray, Marilyn DeLong, Rutti Stagge, Ramona Elliott, lcla
Ntcssmcr, Nancy Carr. ancl Laverne Briclges.
Our ctiorus is once more honored to loe uncler ttie skillful direction of Miss Dorottiy
Vanctervort. Vve would like to give our thanks and appreciation for tier guidance tlirouglmout
Plilllf girls sang at tlie Clirislmas Program and the Farmeris institute. Vve also actieu
lo llne Seniors :luring Baccalaureate Services.
First Row: Betty Sctileictner, Laverne Bridges, Louise Saner, Ramona Elliott, Ruth Rotli, Carolyn Koch. ,lanel
Vvilson, Betty Gaskins, Jeanne Vvtmeatley, Helen Lippolis, Ruth Brock:
Second Row: Miss Gralnain-Advisor, Ruth Loctklear. Nlarilyn DeLong. Joyce Clifton, Janet Koppman, Rnlfu
Stagge, Virginia Staggenborg, Gloria Vann, Alma Juilfs, Eileen Taylor, Madeleine Heine. Shirley
Abling, Dorothy Yleylor. Marilyn Burnes, Nliriain Storkslager, Betty Beyer, Judy Frey, Dorothy Gray,
Elaine Ayer, Ntiss Nlatlmis-Advisor:
Third Row: Nlaria Lehman, Betty Gem, June Jackson, Stella Hundley. Nlarilyn Dunmnt, Belly Gaffney,
Dolores Brocleen, Nlartlla Vann Saun. Peggy Laucleman, Loraine Young, Betty Sweeney, Georgearrlli-
Glasgow, .Iarqueline Kuhn, Joyce Knippling, Ann Yvylcoff, Joan Bowman.
President ......... ........... B ETTY GASKINS
Vice-President . . . .... IWIRIAIVI STOCKSLAGER
Secretary ..... ........ L ORAINE YOUNG
'Heasurer ......... . . .LOUISE SANER
Program Chairman. . . ......... BETTY GEHL '
Worship , , , ,,,,,, , , ,MADELEINE HEINE
First Row: Eileen Dietrich, Ruth Boettger, Miriarir Lihhee, Corrine Behymer, Betty Brooks, Joan Tucker.
Itytargarcatiilytes, Joyce Gihson, Grace Githert, Jean Busch, Ethel Joitey, Zona Goshorn, Juanita Phillips,
avinia i ert:
Second Row: Miss Mathis-Advisor, Martha Dwyer, Jane Kelty, Janet Spitzmitter. Carol Beckman, Ntcryi
Knippting, Jean Rose, Violet Gaffney, Eunice Spencer, Shirley Fohes. Elaine Vvitschger, Anne Bolton,
Bonnie Fithen, Etta Mae Taylor, Virginia Young, Faye Hitge, Pat Miller, Jacqueline Ahsher. June
Ructier, Diane Ott. Joan Merz, Miss Graham--Advisor:
Thirrt Row: Garnet Vvetts, Pat Martin, Barbara Vvittarct, Betsy Schott, Patty Geht, Marilyn Taytor, Laura
Mitter, Lois Einspanier. Harriette Absher. Lois Greer, Joyce Vvhitatcer, Frances Allen, Claudia Buchanan,
Virginia Richardson, Jean Meyers, Jeanette Dunn, Ruth Putton. Vivian Merten, Joan Duncan, Janet
Boggs, Nancy Carter.
The ctuh hegan the year with a Mother Daughter Tea. The purpose and ideats of
Y-Teens were explained to the new girls and visiting mothers.
An otct fashioned hayricte was given with a very nice turnout. Trucks took the girts and
their ctates from schoot to Wit. Airy Forest. Refreshments and music for dancing were
The annual Turkey Supper was held in November with the usual aches and pains
at the end of the meat.
The Christmas Format was held at the Central Y.VV.C.A. This was the first time the
Y-Teens Ciuh hact a dance away from school. It was a twig success.
The girls sotct Christmas cards through the Y.VV.C.A. For the service project the girls
gave Christmas gifts to two orphans at the ChitcIren,s Hospital.
The pI'0gI'aI'I't FOI' the YCEII' iI1CILIdCd Iflafly welt ICHOWVH speakers. Several CI'lUI'CI'l S6fVtCCS
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The year ctosect with usuat hanquet for the girls and their mothers.
First Row: Ciittorci Metiord, Cari Bridges, Dan Goepper, Don Goepper, Bob Moore, Rotmert Becicmann, Jerry
Rucker, Robert Miiciieii, Donald Brown:
Second Row: Jack Buciianan. Ted Harris, Kenneth Straw, Harold Taylor, Lawrence Merten, Biii Krummei,
Jotm Burncs, Jotln Stacie, Dick Boettger, Donaici Kyie. Ctiaries Vvilitaiccr, Mr. Haroici Maddux-
HI-Y JUNIOR GROUP OFFICERS
President ...... . . .,........ ROBERT MOORE
Vice-President . . . ..,. DON GOEPPER
Treasurer ..... ......... J ERRY RUCKER
Secretary . . . .... ROBERT BECKMANN
Chaplain . . . ....... DAN GOEPPER
Advisor . . . .... MR. MADDUX
The Junior Hi-Y began its fait activities try sponsoring two hayricies. A dance given
at the Legion Hail in Gctotner was foiioweci with a tyowiing party at Mt. Lookout ianes.
A program of swimming and recreation presenteci by tide Vvittirow Hi-Y at time Vviiiiams
Y.M.C.A. was attenctect by ttie members of time Anderson Township group.
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Gur First year in eleven-man foothall was very successful. The Redskins scored
a total of 138 points to their opponents 62. The hoys were continually accompanied
hy a winning spirit. They were coached hy Charles Brown, who was assisted hy
Richard Herron and James Truitt.
The football season was opened at Mt. Healthy. The game was very close and
exciting, ending with the score 0 to 0.
The Redskins then traveled to Taylor. This game was the Redskins first defeat.
Taylor won 19 to 6.
The third game was played at home, where the Redskins played host to Terrace
Park. Both teams played hard, hut our hoys pulled through with a 6 to 0 victory.
The next game was played at Loveland. The Redskins were victorious, 27 to 6.
The homecoming game was played with Madeira to determine whether Ander-
son or Medeira was to he first in the Eastern League. Although the game was played
on a muddy field, our hoys showed the true spirit hy defeating the Mustangs 19 to 7.
The only afternoon game was played at Country Day. The score was tied, 18
Sycamore played here and Anderson had an easy victory with a score of 19 to 0.
The following game was played at home, too. Anderson downed the Colerain
Cardinals 25 to 6. ,
The final game was the championship game at Lockland with Mt. Healthy.
This game was to determine whether Anderson was to he first or second in the
county. The Redskins put up a good fight, hut we were defeated 18 to 6.
First Row: Bill Krumrncl, Rolmcrt Blurlnnore, Xvilliam Erlmlcl, Cliarlr-s Kyle. Harulcl Taylor, Jolm Burns,
Cliarlcs lVlcKinniss, llolin Steele. Co-riaptain-Rulaert lxloure, Co-raplain-Clxarles Lawsong
Svconcl Row: lVlr. llcrron-Assistant CCJQICII, Tom Bunting, Vernon Hawlcins. .lorry Ruclcer. Larry lllnarrll,
lulm Roos, Yancc Halcomlm. Clifford lvlellorrl, Arlen Leslie, Dan Taylor. Rolneri Vvriglit, ylr. Brown-
Tlrircl Row: Laurenrr- lVlerh-n-lxlanagvr, Jaclc Burzlxanan, .lim Elrlman, Don Bristlc. Don Henson, Ray
Burlcw. Klaycr Kline, Kr-nny Tarvin. .laclc Hawlcins, Don Boggs. Carl Briclgcs-lvlanagrsr.
lVlt. Healiliy .... . 0 0
Taylor ....... 6 19
Terrace Parlc . . . 6 0
Lovelancl . . . . 27 6
Nlacleira ..... . 19 7
Country Day . . . . 18 I8
Sycamore .... . 19 0
Colerain ...,. . 25 6
Mt. Healthy .... 6 I8
Kneeling: Vernon Hawkins, James El1lman, Ronald Perian, .lolrn Burns, Jack Hawkins:
Standing: Mr. Brown-Coacll. Robert lwoorc. Cliarles Lawson, Vvilliam Krummel, Lawrcnre Nlerten, :xml
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
Coach Brown liacl a lmarcl way to go during the 1947-48 basketball season as lie had
only Bob Moore, .lolin Steele, and John Burns from the previous year,s team. The team won
three games while losing fourteen cluring the regular season. The team lost by one to two
points in a few close games. The tournament started February 26, in the 1Vlen's gymnasium
at University of Cincinnati.
The tlrree leacling scorers for time Redskins were Charlie Lawson, 141 points: 13019
Nloore, 1255 and Lawrence Merten. 103 points.
A county star game was played. There were three players piclcecl from tlre seven sclrools
ix the eastern side of tlme county. Tile tliree players representing Anderson were Bolo lxloore.
Lawrence Merton, and Charles Lawson.
Kneeling: Robert Cury. Ronnie Guenther, Arlen Leslie, Klayer Kline, Arthur Vvhite. Dan Taylor:
Stanfling: Nlr. Brown-Coach, .lcrry Ruvlcer, Kenneth Shaw, Donald Kyle, Harold Speaks, and Kenneth
The Anderson Reserves ended their season with eleven wins and seven clefeats. For
the year they scored a total of five hunclreel and twenty-two points compared to tour hun-
drecl and four for the opponents. They have won eight out of their last nine games playecl.
This years reserves squad shows promise of being one of the best varsities we have had in
years at our school. The teams play and spirit have stood out as fine factors in malcing this
squael a winner. The lnoys who rnalce up this squad are:
Don Kyle-Forward Eugene Ellis-Center
Ronnie Guenther-'Forward Arlen Leslie'-Guard
Klayer Kline-Forward Kenny Shaw-Guard
Don Oury-Forward Don Taylor-Guard
Art Vvhite--Center Harold Speaks-Guarrl
Their efficient manager is Kenny Tarvin who has performed his cluities in a worthy
.lanct Koppman, Carolyn Korli, Nlarilyn Dumont, Patty Gphl, Nlargaret lxlills ancl Belly Rec Casliins-Ctr
The cheerleaders are just as much of the game as the team. The team needs someone
to cheer them on when the going gets tough. The varsity cheerleaders this year have done
a very good joh to help the team lceep conliclence. worlc hard toward their victory and to
light Hlilce they have never fought before."
Vve regret the parting of our Senior Cheerleaders. Nlargaret lxflills, Betty Gaslqins, and
Marilyn Dumont, who graduate this year.
Anne Bolton, Bonnie Fitllen, and Ethel Jolley.
The Anclerson Reserve Baslcetlmall Team had very good lnaclcing this year in the way ol
Reserve Cheerleaders. The Sophomore girls who led our school in cheering the team on to
7 wins out ol I3 games were: Anne Bolton. Bonnie Fithen, and Ethel Jolley. Vve are look-
ing lorwarcl to their cheering on the Varsity squacl next year.
Kneeling: Jerry Rucker, Donald Brown, John Steele. Jerry Lanier, John Burns, Charles NIcKinniss:
Stomling: Charles Raine-ivianagcr, Arthur Xvhilc, Charles Lawson, Ruhcrt Nloore, Rohert Nluchmorc
Vernon Hawkins, Vvilliunl Krummci, Wir, Herron-Advisor.
The 1947 edition of Anderson,s track team showed great improvement over the previous
year. Composed largely of Sophomores and Juniors who had received valuable experience.
the Redskins proved capable of offering excellent competition to any opponent. Highlighting
the season was a victory over class A Norwood, the runner-up position in the County meet:
third place in the Piainviiie invitational ivieet among fifteen competing teams, and con-
sistent scoring in the ixfiajor Meets at Miami and Vvithrow. The rise of the Redskins to fifth
place in the District Meet was very satisfying. after their twelfth place finish of 1946.
In recognition of Boh Moore,s ahiiity, he was selected for a District high hurdiing
champion place on the all-Ohio track team: Bch Muchmore tied for District high jump
championshipg John Leslie and John Steele turned in outstanding performances in discus
events and dashes respectiveiyg and Coach Herron was honored by placement on the HOHO1'
Roll of Ohio Firaclc Coaches.
Kll0l?liYlgI KCHIICIII Shaw, CilafiCS Lawson, Robert MUffilIIl0fe, Donald Ollfy, AFICII LCSIC Jllilfl qteeic
Standing: Mr. Brown-Coach, Rohert Oury, Rohert Bccicmann, Donald Kyie, Fred Koch, Ronnie Gu the
and Clifford Nicfford-Mzunagcr.
Last season the high schooi hasehaii team iyroice about even. Gut ime up was as
lst base. . .
2nd base. . .
3rd base ....
Shortsiop. . .
Left Field ....
Center Field. . .
Right Field ....
Catchers . .
. . .Donald Niergard
. . .Charles Lawson
. . . .Ted Haiier, John Lesiie
. . . . . .Robert Muchmore, Fred Koch
. . . .Ted Haiier, John and Arlen Leslie
. . . . .Richard McKinniss, Donald Oury
This season we wiii have five ietter men hacic on the iieid. They are Charles Lawson
Donald Qury, John Steele, Arlen Leslie, and Fred Koch.
Row One: Jack Richman, Dale Dietrich, Jute Nash, Donald Schneider, Dean ivers:
Row Two: Fir. Niactdux-Coach, Donald Luse, Arthur Kaufman, Wviliiam Ohcrsiaice, Robert Rcdmand,
Gerald Hornsby, Raymoncl Burlew, Vviiiiam Mast.
JUNIOR HIGH BASEBALL-1947
Here are our undefeated Champions. Champions of the Eastern League and of Hamil-
ton County. Winning the trophy was not easy. It took eleven innings to defeat Sharonviiie,
and Finneytown was taken only after a thrilling rally in the seventh.
The Champs met Bridgetown Champions of the Vvestern League at Hartwell and
defeated them 10 to 5.
The road to victory began in 1946 when the Eastern League trophy was won.
First Row: Diane Ott, Jane Stringer, .Ioan Viiiiariier, Jeanne Xviieatiey, Betty Scilieiciler, IVIary Dieriier, Jean
Buscix, Grace Giiiuert, Doiores Brocieen. Juanita Pixiiiips, EtI1eI JoIIey. Ann Xfvyicoff, Faye Hiigc,
Second Row: .Ioan Palm, Dorotiiy Cixaney, .Io Ann Cvaiiagiler, Joyce Gibson. Zona Gosilorn, Juanita Jaeicson,
B1-tty Brooks, Garnet Vv'eIIs, Caroiyn Kor'i1, Eiaine Ayers, Etta Mae Taylor, Virginia Young, Pat Miller,
Frances Aiien, Rutii Lociciear, GIoria Vann, Virginia Richardson, Rutir Puiion, Mary .Io Smilii:
Tixirri Row: IVIiss Neilson-Acivisor, .Io Ann Epping, Doiores Giipin, Rulix Stagge. Virginia Stagg:-niaorg.
Betty Sweeney, Dorutiiy Tayior. .Iune Jaricson, Laura Iwiiier, Lois Greer, Joyce Vviiitaiccr, Louise Xvitje,
Iviariiyn Flayior, Patty Geiii, Janet Boggs. Jeannette Dunn, Nancy Carter, Eileen Tayior, and Peggy
G. A. A. CJFFICERS
President ....... . . .VIRGINIA STAGGENBORG
Vice-President ........... MARTHA VANN SAUN
Recording President .... ......... A NNE BOLTON
Corresponding Secretary. . . . . .CAROLYN KQCIAI
'lieasurer ............. .... R UTH STAGGE
First Row: Jane Kelty, Ruth Boettger, Eileen Dietrich, Betty Gasicins, Miriam Lihioee, Eunice Spencer, Mari-
iyn Burncs, Janet Vviison, Betty Becker, Joyce Clifton, Janet Koppman, Ramona Eiiiott, Peggy Laucte-
man, Dolores Lohstrohg
Second Row: Martha Dyer, Elaine Vvitschger, Janet Stay, Lavinia Giihert, Meryl Knippiing. Violet Gaffney,
.lean Rose, Jacqueline Ahsher, Cami Beckman, .Ioan Burnes, .tune Rucker, Bonnie Fithen. Mary Striker,
Shirley Fohes, Vivian Mertcrn, Martha Van Saun, Judy Frey, Maria Lehman, Jacque Kuhn:
Third Row: Helen Hunciermcr. Barhara Vviiiard, Betsy Schott, Pat Martin, Ruth Hoiiifieid, Shirley Ahiing.
Margaret Mitts, Marilyn Dumont, Betty Gaffney, Lorraine Young, Georgeanne Glasgow, Jean Meyers.
Joyce Knippiing, Dorothy Gray, Joan Bowman, Louise Sauer, Anne Bolton, and Miss Nielson-Advisor.
G. A. A.
This year the Girls, Athletic Association was under the leadership of Miss Lois Jean
Neiisen. This year For the First time they had Champ and honor teams in Deck Tennis. The
giris took part in howling, swimming, hasicetioaii, and tracic events during the past year.
G.A.A. had the winning Float at the home coming foothaii game piayeci with Madeira.
DECK TENNIS HONOR TEAM
Martha Van Saun
The Honor Decic Tennis Team was a very ciiiizicuit team to choose. The girls that
make this team have every right to he prouci. in orcier to be eiigihie for the honor
team, the giris must he present for aii the games and aii the practices. The giris that
are eiigihie are then jucigeci according to sportsmanship, siciii, and teamworic hy the
acivisor and the captain of the team.
Rulii Lociiiear. Betty Gaffney, Doiores Brocieen, Dorotily Taylor, yiariiyn Dumont, Judy Frey, Eileen Taylor,
Loraine Young, Niargaret Niiiis, Betty Gasicins, and Virginia Staggenhorg.
Tile G.A.A. began this year witin a Deck Tennis Tournament. This was a new sport
for the ciuio so the giris had to have a few practice games. it ciicin't take long to catch on
to the game and soon games between classes were ioeing played. Some of the giris became
quite skilled at tiirowing the rings and iaeiieve you me tiie games were quite close but the
Senior girls came out as Champs and the Junior girls were runner ups.
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Dependable . . .
EARL D. ARNOLD
Telephone MAin 2893
139-141 E. THIRD STREET
RADIO AND APPLIANCE SHOP
Quality Sales and Service
7616 CIN.-WEST UNION RD.
FORESTVILLE BE. 7713 2061
SHOES AND SHOE REPAIRING
Quality Materials-Experl Work
W. L. Douglas Shoes
BEECHMONT BE. 7687
Quality Shoes for the Entire Family
2121112 BEECHMONT AVE.
President ................... MRS. OTTO LIEBERMAN
Vice-President .......,....... MRS. JOSEPH DIETRICH
Corresponding Secretory ..... MRS. HARMON MORRESS
Recording Secretary ..... ...... M RS. B. O'BANION
Treasurer . . . ..... .... M RS. HAROLD TAYLOR
Harry the Paint Man
CINCINNATI 30, OHIO
Help Us Celebrate Our 30th Anniversary
Getz Jewelry Store
BEECHMONT AND PLYMOUTH
BE. 8417 MT. WASHINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. Francis S.
H. C. C.
BETTY JANE swEENEY
Glen Rose Dry Cleaners
PHONE BATAVIA 5849
PauI's Barber Shop
7730 WEST UNION RD.
Mt. Washington Bakery
FINE PASTRIES AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
open stoo AM. to 6.00 P.M.
"From a Booster for Clean Sports"
FOR YOUR ENTIRE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING NEEDS
CALL BR 2000
The Mariemont Ldy. 8. Dry Cleaners
FOOD AND FUN
AMELIA, OHIO BATAVIA 7065
Clothes Hand Cut and Tailored to
Your Individual Measure
BE. area 6135 CORBLY sr.
Your Education Is Not Complete Until You
Have Had a Post-Graduate
Course in Fun at
America's Finest Amusement Park
W. Gayle Owens
EIGHT MILE RD., CHERRY GROVE
As Near as Your Phone
Fruit Hill Meat Market
Anne Wykoff FINE MEATS-FROZEN Fooos
sumn 6314-J BE. 7834-M 7164 BEECHMONT AVE-
Roy,S Meats Compliments of
2119 BEEcHMoNT Ave. P- 3: J- Fruit NICIFICGI'
Roy Marxen, Prop.
Andres Supply Co. Beechmont Barber
R.F.D. 8 clNclNNAri ao, ot-no sclsmiric BARBER senvlce
PHONE BATAVIA 5843 as 7534
June's Beauty Shop
PHONE SUtton 6710
B. 8. B. Super Market
6619 BEECHMONT AVE. BE. 8198
Bos AND DAN
"Nothing Could be Finer
than Dinner in the Diner"
7204 CIN'TI-WEST UNION RD.
Macldux Service Station
7'I50 SALEM PIKE
Metzgers Texaco Service
BEECHMONT AVE. AND BURNEY LANE
Ed Minson Shoes
Expertly Fitted by X-Ray
3502-04 COLUMBIA PARKWAY
Wm. Roos Sohio Service Station
7599 CINCINNATI-WEST UNION RD.
GOOD FOOD-FINE FISHING
cioueu me as 7129
Withamsville Supply Co.
PHONE BATAVIA 6261
H. 8. S. Paint Shop
OHIO PIKE WITHAMSVILLE
BE. 7507 THREE MILE AND SA
R.R. No. 8
MT. WASHINGTON, OHIO
Max Schwartz 8. Son
QUALITY MEN'S WEAR
Sales and Service
Bennett Motors Sales
Direct Factory Dealer
CHERRY GROVE, OHIO
PHONE BE. 7490
Kern's Drive In
Meeting Place of Old Friends
Meet New Friends While Trying
4701 COLUMBIA PKWY.
Mr. cmcl Mrs. P. K. Kline
CERTIFIED CLEANING AND TAILORING
2109 BEECHMONT AVE.
CINCINNATI 30, OHIO
T. P. White 8. Son
IOur Only Locotionl
2050 BEECHMONT AVE
CINCINNATI 30, OHIO
PHONE BE. 7150
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Bowman, Jr.
Compl' t f
'men S 0 Dunl:ar's Pharmacy
The Snap Shop
for Snapshots Prescription Service Our Specialty
2261 BEECHMONT AVE. Also a Complete Line of
CINCINNATI 30, OHIO Revelon, Yardley, Dubarry, Tussy, Sportsman
Lentheric, Old Spice, Breck Cosmetics
H. W. STRIEF BE. 8488
W. "Bunny" Brondhaver Compllmenls of
CHICKEN-STEAK Solar Hills
ROUTE 'I25 OHIO PIKE Rangers
Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Levin
FLOWERS AND PLANTS
for All Occasions
Visit Our Greenhouse and Flower Shop
You Are Always Welcome
CHERRY GROVE, OHIO BE. 7158
GET IN STEP
DRINK MORE MILK
HAVE MORE PEP
HYDE PARK DAIRY CO.
FOR THOSE WHO DEMAND QUALITY
D. Is. PHILLIPS c. o. ALBIEZ
A White Villa Store
WHITE VILLA MEYERS'
FOOD PARTRIDGE BRAND
PRODUCTS PORK PRODUCTS
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
We Deliver- SUHon 6295
Planning For The Future
In the final analysis, good telephone service depends
largely on men and women who are trained and skilled
on their iobs.
Plan now to become a part of the telephone organi-
zation when you graduate from high school. You will
find that telephone people like their iobs-and that e-fix
iob is important. The pay is good. The work is steady.
The Company's Benefit and Pension Plan helps employ-
ees and their families in times of sickness, accident, old
age, and death. And the opportunity for advancement
is open to all.
The Cincinnati and Suburban
Bell Telephone Company
Established I 889
H. W. MONTER 8: CO.
230-232 EAST THIRD ST. CINCINNATI 2, OHIO
Phone MAin 1949
This ANDERSONIAN Was Prinfecl in Our Plcmf
Brokamp 8. Bressler, Inc.
Phone SUHon 6001
R.F.D. No. 13 MT. WASHINGTON, OHIO
SEMET SOLVAY COKE ALL SIZES POCAHONTAS COALS
TREATED DELUXE STOKER COAL
Personalized Truck To Bin Service
Lei Usa5JV5Y6Ur FUeI Problems
JUDD MOTORS, INC.
A COMPLETE SERVICE
FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS
3151 LINWOOD AVE. EAsf 1566
Eagle Savings 8: I.OCIh Compliments of
BEECHMONT AND CORBLY SheriIT's Rabbitry
BE. 8108 FORESTVILLE
Mt. Washington Plumbing Co.
R. L. HILL BE. 7788
A Wonderful Place to Eat
HOME COOKED MEALS AND
HOME MADE PIES
2065 BEECHMONT AVE.
Fithen Construction Co.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
"From Truck to You"
Barrere 8. Schaeffer
CHOICE STEAK AND CHICKEN DINNERS
Jack Salmon-Home Made Pies
PHONE SUtIon 6537 2205 BEECHMONT AVE.
4000 BEECHMONT LEVEE
. Hambur er Heaven
Mt. Washington Motors 9
FINEST IN HAMBURGERS AND CHILI
2249 BEECHMONT AVE.
Food to Take Out
PHONE BE 8700
2240 BEECHMONT AVE.
Ester's Shell Service Bros. Garage
TIRES, BATTERIES AND LUBRICATION A. 8. P. HIGHWAY AND ASBURY RD.
CHERRY GROVE, OHIO BE 7877
LUNCHES AND sANDwlcHEs
CORNER SALEM AND BEACON sr.
2114 BEECHMONT AVE.
Coney Island Service
KELLOGG AND THREE MILE
SALEM PIKE BE. 7175
GRCCERY, MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Ernst Furniture 8E Appliance Co.
2222 BEECHMONT AVE.
QUALITY AND SERVICE DRY CLEANING
One Day Service
2 EASTERN AVE. EA 1602
Kathman Goodyear Shoe Repair
2105 BEECHMONT AVE.
Eastern Hills Cab Co.
BURNEY LANE AND BEECHMONT AVE.
2061 BEECHMONT AVE.
Harry's Shoe Store
2121 BEECHMONT AVE.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Haller
Janet's Coffee Shop
SANDWICHES, LUNCHES STUDEBAKER
DINNERS Sales and Service
FORESTVILLE, OHIO SUtton 6721 CLOUGH PIKE SUtton 6686
R. L. IBuckl Buchanan
White Horse Inn
JEEPS AND WILLYS TRUCKS
CHERRY GROVE, OHIO
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REAL ESTATE BROKER AND BUILDER
Mt. Washington Hardware
2110 BEECHMONT AVE.
Bell's Shell Service
Opposite Water Tower
BE. 7766 MT. WASHINGTON BE. 7526
Wilson Implement Co.
FARMALL TRACTORS-FARM MACHINERY
MEYER'S AND FAIRBANKS MORSE
The Headquarters 'For Farm Machinery
AMELIA, OHIO BATAVIA 5615
Francis 8. Son
EA t 0787
Sales and Service
NORTH END BURCH AVE.
AMELIA, OHIO BATAVIA 5615
BEECHMONT AND SALEM
2100-2106 BEECHMONT AVE.
307-311 E. PEARL ST.
Between Broadway and Sycamore
Miami Brikcrete Co.
CAMP DENISON, OHIO
Frozen Food Center
RETAIL MEATS-ICE CREAM-FROZEN FOODS
We Supply and Process Meat
for Your Home Freezers
C. S. Burnette, Owner SU. 6655-W
Picken's Auto Paris
7647 CIN'TI-WEST UNION RD.
F. G. Tarvin 8. Son
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Supplies of All Kinds
3749 EASTERN AVE.
CINCINNATI 26, OHIO
Phones: EAS! 5726 and BEecI1monf 7973
Ed Ayer Compliments of
Sales and Service
and Wcilker's Dry Cleaners
LOCKER SUPPLIES FORESTVILLE
COMPLETE LINE OF CROSLEY PRODUCTS
OHIO PIKE AT EIGHT MILE
CHERRY GROVE, OHIO BE. 8426
Renee's Ranch House
FINE FOOD AND BEVERAGES
Evans Beauty Shop
6131 CORBLY ST.
Merrell Zeter, Prop.
A. s. P. HIGHWAY B . 3
E 7 35 su. 6716
Harold's Grill Compliments of
DELICIOUS MEALS Beechmont Pharmacy
2001 V2 BEECHMONT AVE. 2103 BEECHMONT AVE.
Forestville Food Market
J. Sollberger, Prop. COMPLIMEN-rs OF
A Complete Line of
MEA1s FROSTED FOODS THE
FoREsrv1LLE, O1-110 BE. 8546
A Complete Line of
C. B. Ayer Scales
Sales and Service
Ulmer Service Station
Horn Realty Co.
6302 VINE ST.
BATTERIES CINCINNATI I6, OHIO
TIRES LUBRICATION VAlley 7803
A. R. Hund ey 8. Son
GENERAL MAINTENANCE REPAIR SERVICE
PHONE SUtton 6043
R R 8, NAGEL RD., MT. WASHINGTON CINCINNATI 30, OHIO
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RENTAL LIBRARY, carts AND CARDS Open Sunday 9 AM' 'll' l PM
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William C. Ulrich
CLASS RINGS AND PINS
Edwards 8. Co.
110 W. FOURTH STREET
SMOKED AND FRESH MEATS
CHERRY GROVE, OHIO
McCollum Electric Co.
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