Mount Healthy High School - Zem Zem Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1933

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V ERNON HENN 4' 4 4 4 . 4 . 4 4 . . 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 - 4 4 I . 4 4 4 4 4.4 4 4 4.4 V4 4 4 4.4 4 4 4 4 4 4 414 K4 4'4 424 4'4 4 4 4 4 4-.4 4'4 4.4 B 414 K4 4'4 4'4 4'4 4'4 414 414 424 4.4 424 V4 4.4 E 444414 414 KZ' 434 43 4l4 4I4 414414 41441 424 EE EQHEE EEEEJEEEEE EEEBIEEE 42443434 34 E4 11 The Tafler Year Book N E 5 E E U L.. REBECCA AULICK Q E 5 D Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. gl E Track, 1. EE E S Tatler Year Book, 4. E E -X Girl Reserves, 4. E gi l Glee Chorus, 4. E Who at M.H.H.S. does not know E E Becky? Popular with all, she helped E lg materially in securing advertising sub- lg scriptions for the Year Book. During her E E whole school career she has been a very Q E energetic member of the basketball team. E E W E W K Z E MARY AGNES AUSTING Class Secretary, 4. gl E Glee Chorus, 4. Q E , Although rather reserved, Mary has lg many friends. Otherwise she could not E have been elected an officer in the class. iii E She is excellent in penmanship, a real gl E asset in keeping records. Her even dis- S lg position too has been quite noticeable. gf K W E E gi CHARLOTTE BAUER E Glee Chorus, 4. El E Charlotte is one of the quiet, studi- gl E ous type whom we hear about chiefly Q E because of good, steady Work. Q li 5 E M g BETTY BAUMANN gl X LE li Betty entered the class in her sopho- 31 gi more year, coming from Hughes High g E School. Ever ready with a cheery smile E E for her many friends, she has indeed be- Q gl come a loyal member of the group. Be- lg sides, she has made a consistently good E E record in class work. Eg El B E Q E E CLIFFORD BELLMAN E lg Glee Chorus, 4. gl E A Although he does not have much to S Q say, Cliff is well known as a member of W3 A W K that group called The Four Horsemen. il YVe feel sure that his deep bass voice will E Ei .1 , - 'f- be missed in the Glee Club next year. E E if E W EEEEMEMHEEEEMAEEEMMMEEEQMMQEEEE EEEEEEMMMMEEEMMWNNM IZ The Tafler Year Book. 'li.lX1l2Ill!KlX013'XI'XTlXll!ill!XllXllXllXIlX7.lil'X' XTX?rrlfxlfxllxllxllrrliriiiriiif1xi11r'1riJx'1x'rf'rf'25hrllrrllriiliilxilwilximmixlirxlrillrrllirllxllrrllxllrflrrllrwlixlfxilixri iflllmil Xi' !1l'X'!Xl.!iff!Ci!QlXllXl lril X l 4 'xx ,xxi .Rl 1111 il llil ll' STUART BFNIGE 'xl lx .l K2 Class Treasurer, 3. ,xi lil Tatler Year Book, 4. if l . . '- Clee Chorus, 4. ei . U - 1 2:2 Stuart is known all over school for his Q n i . .J :xl good humor. He is one of those pleasant 31 f ' . . . . xx persons who do not allow their difhculties lg to annoy others. fxl Kil lm x .rs ll in MARY BLESI 3 , . . . .J mg Class Vice-President, 3. gl Tatler Year Book, 4. 1 1 - . im Mary is one of the delegation from Q Monfort Heights. She has always shown lg true school spirit, lending her assistance 5 :uf In every way possible to make school activities successful. Much credit is due to her for her untiring efforts in putting ,Q lui out this book. jxx' EX! fx, lil 'Xl K 'zxj Iii ul 1 1 w fx' ANN LOUISI: BOILHNRR ,Q 4 ,, 9 Curl Reserves, 3, 4. gi lxxi Glee Chorus, 4. E 31, . ,xi Ann Louise has been a devoted ggj member of the Glee Chorus. Her peppv ,xii ' . - - - - ' 'x smile and giggle will be missed by many W Dsl next vear. iff? lxg ' 4211 W5 LXKI 351 1211 F? lrrl El , . , LUILLLA BRINKMAN l A - Girl Reserves, 3, 4. Ag Glee Chorus, 4. .gl ' Witli her pleasing, friendly disposi- Q tion, Luella has won many companions Q i . i i gui on her Journey through school, although lxl . '. - ix! she is usually quiet and demure. lxj Dil lxzi 'xl 'xg 1x1 lxx, El lxxj lxl 'xx N ,K WILLIAM BUDKE ,,, QQ Class Treasurer, 1. lg ,ffl Glee Chorus, 5, 4. xl Class Vice-President, 4. lxxj Bill, in spite of his quiet manner, gil ,xc ix! has become known to most of the stu- lil , , , , f- dent body. Speaking for them, we wish 5 lx, him the luck he deserves. li ,xi W 'nz 'xx' M 'Nl li xxj M llillillrillrillril'Xlril1111XllflllilillnlX1lI!!lDilIXllXllXllXI1X1EIX1l1X1llliflliflkillxluixiiliil.KlBl.?4l'XlXlflillllllrillkillrilxlXlXllrllxlllflllilllilixilxlXlxlililixlx!2l.XT1!ifXjlXl'Xl21lXllillllX'.21I.X'!If.!!'1X'XT.21I The Taffer Year Book Ixirmwrwrixwrwrlumlxl ilXl'fI1'I xlxmffxkf mam lmmimwsrWWWWEB1IQRHRRRIEIEEEEMIEEIEZEIEIEBIximvzwiiiiiww MILTON CASE Baseball, 4. Wfhen the boys start to play base- ball in the spring, look out for Casey. He also plays some basketball. In spite of his liking for sports, he Ends time to keep up his class record. O. K., Casey! VINCENT DENNINGER Class Treasurer, 2. Glec Chorus, 3, 4. Cheer Leader, 4. Vincent is not only a good cheer leader, but a good student as well. He has a knack of getting to the reason for things. His ability to entertain will take him somewhere, too. EDWARD DOYLE Operetta, 1. Basketball, 3, 4. Baseball, 2, 3, 4. Soccer, 4. Track, 4. Cheer Leader, 1, 2. Tatler Year Book, 4. Glee Chorus, 3, 4. Doyleis list of activities speaks for itself. Incidentally, Ed is a likeable person, and we feel that his place will be difficult to fill. JOSEPHINE GRAYBILL Glee Chorus, 4. Librarian, 4. In her work as librarian, Josephine has shown interest and dependability. This has helped to make it pleasant for her as well as beneficial for the school. NELL HARBESON Glee Chorus, 4. Nell entered M.H.H.S. after spend- ing two years at Anchorage High School in Kentucky. Although she is somewhat retiring, her pleasant smile will always win her friends. We wish her well. 'IEEVEIEIVX E zz REM X IEIEEEHEIEMDSEIEIZ!EllilElliliilillilliimlilIiiE11IEElVYAIEEEIIEIXIIEELIQELIQEEEEIEEEIEIBIEEEMEEEEEEMIEW The Taflc r Yam' Boof xxlztilxtilxijxz'xzfxxjxzixi.xtiixxllxxllxtlfxilxi,xxijxxj'xxf'xi'ii,xi1,xf1xZ,:Q1x1'xxL:xjxi'xj3xQxrxxlxr xx ixxiixlxlxz Mxlx:lx:lxlxdxzpxlvxxixlxzlxilxxxlxgxixdxli x xxx xxx: 'rixzmxixgl WILLIAM HEID Baseball, 3, 4. Bill held down the shortstop position last year, but this season he appeared on the mound for M. H. H. S. He is very well-liked by all and is another member of THIQ FOUR HORSFMFN. MARIE HELFERICH Glee Chorus, 4. Marie came into the class only this year, entering from Hamilton High. In spite of her short time here, she has many friends among teachers and students. We predict that her genial disposition will always be a real asset. VERNON HENN Soccer, Z, 3, 4. Basketball, 3, Manager, 4. Glee Chorus, 3, 4. Class Treasurer, 4. Tatler Staff, 2, 5. Vernon, better known as "XVally", has been largely responsible for the neat appearance of the basketball team during the past year. RUTH HOFFNER Class Secretary, l, 2. Tatler, 5, 4. Girl Reserves, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. Ruth has been a good student dur- ing her years in high school. And, when it came to getting ads for the Year Book, she was a great help. She is a true friend to those who are lucky enough to be her friends. HELEN I-IOPF Girl Reserves, 5, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. Helen shows her wisdom by keeping quiet and seeing that her work is done. These traits should help her decidedly in her life's work. IXTIIXMXIIXIIXILKIIXI KIIQIIIXQIISIIXS 1211L15DilIMPQIXKIMIBXIINIIBIIXSIXQMDSBIQXIIEEAA! lil XQDKIIXIIEIBLJ lil! 102 MBP!! B11 IU ld xl IUIIWXIQUM 1dA1A1Q1llXl'2Qxx1lXiX lg In xl rd WMI X EWEEEEEEW EEEEEEE QEEWEEE HEEL EEEKEEEE EWEEE RENEW EEMRME EEE EEE The Tailor Year Book ALMA KLENK Class President, 1. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. Track, 1, 2, 3. Girl Reserves, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. Another of the seniors who rate well in sports, Alma also shows an interest in her classes. May she keep up the good work, and succeed in her future life. EDWARD KOCK Cvlee Club. Ed is the smallest of The Four Horsemen but he holds up his end of re- sponsibility. His genial smile will be missed by many next year. EMANUEL KOMNENOVICH Class Vice-President, 1. Baseball, 2, 3, 4. Soccer, 3, 4. Babe has proven his merit by his eflicient work on the soccer and baseball squads. The last of THE FOUR HORSE- MEN, but not the least. WILLIAM LANGHORST Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 3, 4. Baseball, 3. Basketball, 4, Bill is well-known to basketball en- thusiasts at Mt. Healthy. All members of the orchestra know the tall fellow with the violin. BERNADINE LEWIS During the first three years of her high school life Bernadine attended school at Venice and Harrison. Since she has been here only a short time and is quiet, we know little as to her plans for the future. Wfhatever they may be, we wish her success. EEQOECOYIQ ISEUUEUUJUUEEETEU HUGH EUULQEEEUEEUEUUEEUUDEEJ XWQXXIXXYIXIMXXXXXXXBUXXXX gjxxgxxxxgllg xxxfx X XXXX XX XXX M LX :Q pi FU El ,xi pq M ix. IFS Fi, i731 N W ai E E Q W N E E E 31 ai is as E an nm H E E ei E E ai an is as ei tm W im Q IE EEEMMEEEXEZ EEEEWEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE EEEEMMMNEEEE lx W 1212 114 XX I . lu, Fx, ug N N is M llfl llli W M W lil I m lXi. lxl m W W M lm lm llil 1X W. Ml m i WI lk IKE llll Wi W M llil W Nl M M W In W1 IK Ml VX :yy P9 1151 I!!! me Ml 'W in Pi! lm lk l3!l lx M lx' M, M lx In ml m ini Ml Ml IW lm lm IW Ml lm m ll Ml lm lw 'xil lk lx. IN lx, Nl Ml IW ml llfl Ml lx IE gag . .M lm IW Mwl The Taflt r I c rn B001 Qlllllxlxfx:X5Xixflxixaxlxlxilxlxlxzxlx ixixwfxilx:!XlX,XlX:xi13i,XYiX X X llxlx lxlxlxlx Xllxllxlllllxlxlxlxlxlxlxllxllxllxlxllxllx xlzilxilktlx xlx XlXlX1X ALCIE MORRIS Glee Chorus, I, Z, 4. Class Treasurer, l. Alcie was out of school for a year or two between the time she enrolled and now, but could not resist coming back to be graduated. We are very glad to have had her with us this past year. IDABELLE MOSIER Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4. Track, 2, 4. Class President, 2. Girl Reserves, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 3, 4. ldabelle is a player whom our op- ponents have had to watch carefully. We rather imagine some of them will feel easier after she has graduated. We, how- ever, shall miss her greatly. JANET MYERS janet has proved that she respects the ideals of M.H.H.S. and has done much to carry them out. She has shown pride in the school which in turn is proud of her. MARY OELKER Glee Chorus, 4. Mary is another member who entered the class only during the past year. We should like to have had her with us long- er, for she has shown a friendly spirit and an interest in her classes which have won for her many companions and much respect. KATHERYN ORTMANN Track, 1. Basketball, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. M. H. H. S. will long remember Karheryn as a loyal and effective basket- ball player. We wish her much happiness. N 'MMNMWWWWWEWNMNWMWXMNXXXXXXXXXxMXMWKWWXXWmwwwwwwxxxxwuwxwmmwwxKWXWXXW EEF EZEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEENEWEEEEEXEEEXFEFEYFEEZSEWEEEEWEN The Tfzfler Year Book VIRGINIA PAUL Girl Reserves, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. What is work for many, is just pleasant exercise for Virginia. She is al- ways cheerfully ready to help those in need. RUTH PRAECHTER Basketball, 1, 3, 4. Track, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. All of us know Ruth for her swift work on the basketball floor. Although she did not play regularly until her junior year, she certainly made up for lost time in the last two years. ARTHUR PRESTON Baseball, 3, 4. Tatler Year Book, 4. Glec Chorus, 4. Art is the school's authority on base- ball averages or any other subject per- taining to that game. He has been with us but two years but he has made many friends. HILDA REINKE Hilda,s ambition seems to be to have a report card filled with A's. And we should like you to know that she does pretty well in achieving this goal. EDNA RIDGLEY Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. Girl Reserves, 4. Edna is a happy-go-lucky sort of person. Although given to playing pranks, she has many friends, won by her pleasing personality and willingness to help others. E E E E M E E E E E E E m E E E E B M E E M 5 l-1 A E Q E E E E E S' E E Z E x E S Z E E S 2 E E x E T, , E EEEEEEEE E WEEE NX EEEENEEEEEE EEEEMEEEEEEXZEEWME EEEEQEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE ai iii is ia 3 B E B G!! al E na E P3 DQ as ia m E DS E E DS E3 na QQ EQ QQ m si Q M QQ A ra BQ l5I M me EQ ta ES M 53 DS Q Ei Q B DS ta M ei QQ IX Qi LE The Tnfler Year Book .3131 il1,ll1 F1 31 31771 f71 31 Q31 l71'31'71i31lY1'31i71l31 3131321.21131'31131L71f71i31ii31T3151131iY1ii71f3iWNWB1B1'lilH1917E311Eli5Q1ll31ll?1il!1ilX1lBiKE1fWEEET1llf1ilY1l31DZXElEE1llEf3Ql3l Dil i715 im iw fill ix. . . . W hx, l31, 'rf gig STELLA SCHAFER -l l- i ,l Glee Chorus, 4. "2 . . . . . Xl in Stella, a quiet and industrious girl, xi ix a 41 always manages to prepare her lessons. . . . . XVe wish her success in her chosen life's .1 I. '71 work. ll1i '.f, .sg ,xr faq It, lxl P11 12:1 xx , :xi .31 V. QE. STANLEY SCI-ILENSKER . ' 53 ixx, 'xi px, Glee Chorus, 4. 31: X I gg 91. Stan is a fine young gentleman, lu . . . ' , . IU .lr hailing from New Burlington. He has Ll - 'iii Fil xx . . . . fx friendly disposition and an eagerness to 3.1 lx' succeed in class work. In his favorite lxl ,xt . - - gd 31. sport, pitching horse-shoes, he is very 1, : ,xi '51, . , ' 'iq fix! prohcient. jx' fl!! ij Cx: Q ,X V ix: EY1, fktl IN, .' '- E :xi MARGARET SCHNEIDER iiil gi my Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. Although quite petite, Margaret has H proved that ability does not depend on " " gl size. She has spent four useful years at E gl M.H.H.S., not the least of her contribu- 55 i SQ xi tion being regular playing in the orches- W UQ tra 511 lxt " .xl 1141 'xii Izrl , f ' IKE 'xl Wi 33 .rg ., , , , 3 liz VERA SCHWAB 'fl i ,il lui Glee Chorus, 4. E iw Vera is one of the group from Mon- is fort Heights. She is studious and rates EQ i . L. well in classes. We trust that she mav -1' ' M inf be as successful in the business world as ' E r ' . ' is she has been in school. 4 In. IX! gg i311 1 - 'ig Im fig iz: 1 fl ,xi GILQRGE SMITH P1 - - iii in' Cilee Club, 4. Ijf :xi . . . . ,xg Smittv is known bv all des ite his il rs . . . ' ,, ' P . Q 131 diminutive stature. Wherever there is .Xt 'izi lx, something happening he is sure to be found. We know that his presence will '- " '21 be missed. si pt' -l F 311 E fl. W fl, N 'Sl E l31llY1li31ilXli31il31H31 31 .31.311iXtJ1i!1 131 .31 11.31 l1.!131'i31f11if1 T1 'i1f31'?1 J1i31li1ilX1 QfllilligVKEXXEWKEKEXDGEQ1lMlEliliilgffXfS31lD1iHEl3llRlElmlE 71 19 The Trailer Year Book EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE E E E S E J' ' R LL MELVA SMITH E V . 7 k . " W Ig E ' .V Orchestra, 1, 2. E E Melva comes from North College E E Hill. As a member of the orchestra, she E I3 I , R proved herself faithful and sincere. gl 'il ei E ' I3 EE EE emi G3 W IT! '-l O I rn Z CD Z P4 '-I I Emil E W N V, 77' re f'Y U' 3. P14 N KIJ Zh' fi r-A F J: an vs Q E E Class Officer, 2, President, 4. gl EQ Glee Chorus, 4. S E i L - Girl Reserves, 3, 4. E E ' Track, 4. E lg Gretchen has pleasing ways and gl E H '. surely knows her athletics. She also added E Q 'U m 'U ff O 5" m w 2 Q Ui .fn Q ill 3 2- Q ill V1 m H 3. 5 UQ 4 Q H K4 E EZNEEEEEEEEEE FD ER o 5 I3 2. X4 3 'U P1 2 EL m I3 ff Q. C E. D UQ F? IJ' FD Ph 0 C V1 Q1 3' EEEEEEEEEEEEE year. BYRON SWAINEY Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4. E , E Glee Chorus, 1, 2, 4. 5 E Class Treasurer, 2. E li , E Barney is a musician of no mean E E ability as his record shows. We hope that gl' he gets the break that he deserves in his future. EEEEEEEE EEEEEEEE Q E E RAY THEDERS Q E Ray goes about his work in a quiet, E25 E business-like Way that makes him a real gl EE asset to the class. lil E E E E EEEEEEHE EEEEEEEE ROBERTA WALKER Track, 4. Q 2 0 T' O "S E we miami EW Girl Reserves, 3, 4. E t'Bobby,' is a dependable, earnest ,gil gi worker, as she has demonstrated by her X31 E service as president of the Girl Reserves S 'Q ff during the past year. E SEWER E E E E B E I E E E W I E I E I C C I I El L32 E I I I EJ E9 Di El fl E! El EQ P0 E5 :D E9 Cl Cl El C1 El Ei El El El EJ E9 EJ EJ EJ EJ EI El EI EI El Di El El Ei Bi EI EI EI El DQ HQ DQ El EE EEEEE The Tnfler Year Book Ixxlxtgmxxjrxxg xr xg x:2Qx:1,xxglxxllxllxllxllxil:xi xx' xi xf xl xj'wix:l!xxlIxTKx:"xrf zen' if xixfQi?if'zo'xHlxiWL1Z.liiii:iiii,iiE'idixlliuliuliillmlililxd1xil,xUIxillxillx1BUH 200fxtlriflXtllliliilltllfilililiililg Dil xl :xii ll!! lxl las lxl 1241 .251 IH! 2215 5311 Dil lf!! llll Dil T111 lx, Dil Dil fl!! IN! ll!! llil llii llif EXE lx. IX! fn, Illf int. lx' lli. IK. llil lk! llf. 11:1 txt lx. In lli. Ili 'x 'x, ,xt 'X '31, X 'xg im 313 im IX' lli, ll! llil lxxy xr llll llll llii lktl ?'l Nl :xl gui 2 stil 31. lifl ix. lx! Ji, ix, ru: 'Ill XX, lf. mg Ili, lil. lx: fx i 1 lx. lx: 'xx lx 121, Ili, lx: lx lil. 1115 fx Ji. lx: 'xr lli, Di. lull El ,Fl 39 . 1111 CORNELIUS WEBER 5 . ' , L Rs .Xl 311 A sociable, smiling lad, our own xl Cornelius is certain to be missed next year by many students. Fil ixl Nl.H.H. . ,Xl i . Fl . Ax. Bl .Xl .Xi 1333 Clee Chorus, 3. L 135 gil Xl 1211 MARCUS XVEBER S Track, 2. gil LX? il W Marky is well liked and a good stu- dent. lle was a big help to the Senior . iii teams and always pulled hardest in a R tight place. ig E L21 Til CARL WEIGAND Glcc Chorus, 3, 4. Eg Librarian, 4. 6 LK W lil Iii To Carl goes the honor of being interested enough in chemistry to study along that line although at present the 121. school offers no course in the subject. 6:1 :Xl ,Xl Q3 F' ' ixl E lx? Lois WULFEKAMP liasltetball, 1, 2. . I Girl Reserves, 3, 4. lj. Glee Chorus, 4. is I.ouis seems to be always happy and ready for a good time, with a smile and 1 cheery greeting for her associates. .rg ix iii N E 25 E ex. iii Iii LUCILLE YERKES - Girl Reserves, 3, 4. Glee Chorus, 4. ix, We ix. N Although I.ucille's name is last on the roll call, it is not so in scholastic standing. In addition to being very popu- lar, she is a good student and her place will be hard to fill. ,J W E lt? E Q Bi -. 1' E lxl A ig -l F Ri ii !illXilXl,3!li3flXl.Xl,31li31l'31llX D!ll!5Q!llXl13!ii?ill33lXl.XlIxl.XlXlixlllllfllflllfl24lXXlMP?llmMMLKl!Ell?KlBlBlBsjlKlQ1lE,NlXllkllElBll!QBXlQ!l2!lBilBillXll?ifiXl.Xl.?!lBflB!l3!lQillxlliilixllxlllf 21 The Tatler Year Book HMammaHIEIIEIRJHIRIEEEIEIEIBEIEELERIHEEIIE IEEHHIEIEEIIEIEEIHIIBHEHEEEIEIBIEIEIERIIELEIEEILEIHLRJEIEEIIEIEIEEHEIIEIBMEFI EEEE EEEE E ' E E unzor Glass E E E E E E CZQDHEN we, as Freshmen, entered Mount Healthy High School we were just another E E Freshman class looked down upon by all the other students. But after a year's E lg hard work of absorbing all of the knowledge that was poured over us by our teachers, E E we became Sophomores, Sophomores! How big we thought ourselves then! As time lg E passed we began to feel the more serious side of our studies and to realize that we should lg have some ideals for which to strive. IE E E E With these more serious ideas we became Juniors. We felt proud of ourselves for E reaching this stage in our school career, although some of us had been lost on the byways. Those who were left began to take a more noticeable part in school activities. On the EEE EEE E girls, basketball team there were three Juniors-Helen Klenk, Frances Hall, Rosa -Lou gl E Bell. The boys' reserve team would have been rather at a loss had it not been for the E playing of Thomas Asbury, Walter Korn, Robert Schmidt, Stanley Schaefer, and Curtis 25 E Stienbrecher. Then, too, we feel sure that the playing of Fred Corbett and David Ferris E E helped the Soccer team in its successful season. Three of the star members of tlhe tr'-iqik Q E team, Alice Hoock, Marcella Neidhard, and Jack Paris, belong to the Junior c ass. e E E Juniors placed third in each of the intramural games. E E In the scholastic realm of school life certain Juniors are quite prominent. Among E these are Harry Bokelman and Thelma King, who lead in class honors. Howard Wirtz won third place in the spelling match which was given by the Hamilton County Teachers' E Association. Ruth Graybill and Eleanor Cunningham seem quite content to break Ei records with their continuous string of A's in French. ' El lg The Juniors do well along the musical line, too. The weekly music classes owe much E IZ! of their success to the competent accompanying of Frances Hall and Robert Schmidt. IE E E S Although we do not excel in any type of school arts, we do our best to keep up the E E high standards of Mount Healthy Hi set by former classes and we hope that when our E E school career is finished the faculty will feel that it has not striven unsuccessfully. E 5 EMMETT ANDERSON HELEN KLENK JACK PARIS E THOMAS ASBURY WALTER KORN AGNES PETERSEN E ROBERT BAUMANN JEAN LANG VERA QUIENT E 121 PU O UD P I-' O C' cv rn I-f I-1 E ra ov G 7' Z De mi mi I-11 U3 Z 'P 75 Ls O E rn 77 O U3 I1-I cv 'P C 3 E1 E FLORA BOETTCHER ROBERT MARKERT STANLEY SCHAEFER E HARRY BOKELMANN JAMES MCCLURE ROBERT SCHMIDT E ROWENA CHENAULT GLADYS MEINBERC HARRY SHEAR 5 H HOPE CONWAY ELIZABETH MEYN HARRY SHIRREY FB E FRED CORBETT MARY ELIZABETH MILLER DALE SMYTH 5 DAVID CRAWLEY MARCELLA NEIDHARD CURTIS STEINBRECRER Eg g ELEANOR CUNNINGHAM LESLIE NEUHAUS HERBERT SUMME FRED DIETRICH CLARENCE HARVEY GORDON THORNTON H DAVID FERRIS CHARLOTTE HAYES ALBERT TRIPPEL E E E BERT FISHER LESLIE HERCET ARTHUR WEBER IE HARRIET CAMPPER ROBERT HOFFMAN BERNARD WEBER E3 E CHARLES GENTIL SHELDON HONNERT WOODROW WHITAKER E E RUTH CRAYBILL ALICE HOOCK HOWARD WIRTZ E FRANCES HALL LEO HORNUNG 5 SUZANNE HARBESON RUTH KESTEL MILDRED HART THELMA KING 'Z F E E EEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 22 The Taflvr Year Book PI! 5 E E E 21 x x x ll! x 35 8 xv F 3 x E unior Glass E M mx M M ix, fl!! D11 W M W M M M IN lil! lx' I IXI IW Dil Dil x X, xx x XJ ll' K xx , i vw, E1 1 F1 bg M 5 5,21 m M W w X X Q5 55 X K m m 29 X X bd M m 1 1 E X r X!! lx lx DK D! 'li 31 Ili WMMMNMMMMMNWMMMMNNMWMNMMNNEMMMMMMMEMMMMENEEE EEEME 23 5 Zi 3 3 Z Z 51 3 Z 51 Z Z 5 E 5 X E 5 5 X X Z 5 5 5 QL N E E E fx 25 X E 5 23: B E Ei Qi QQ E El Ei Bi EQ Ei Ei Qi E ,x BI E5 Ei 59 ii EQ EQ QQ QQ Z5 Ei Q9 99 Q9 3 LE QQ EEEWEEE EDQEL EEEEEEEEEE EIB CKIHEIJ EEEEEEEEEEE E E EEEEEEEREEEEEEEHEEEEXEEBBEEECEEEE EBBEEEEEEE EEEHEE Emgmmgmawgwmmm The Tatler Year Book EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEZEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEC Sophomore Glass WCG' HESE - Sophomoresln was the cry of the distracted teachers during the first week of the school year. "Those -- Sophomoresu were some ninety-seven pupils who had managed to accumulate three or more credits during the previous year, and who, we hope, desired knowledge to be dealt out in generous quantities by the Sophomore teachers. Because of the unprecedented size of the class, it was difficult to arrange sections for various subjects. Hence, "Those - Sophomoresv. Once "Those - Sophomoresv were started, they "went places" in scholastic and athletic contests. Seven boys were on the boys' basketball team and two girls were on the girls' basketball team. As the Sophomores have been well represented in other activi- ties of the school, they have not only proved themselves to be wise and athletic, but also to be song birds. We hope they will continue the good work during their remaining years at Mount Healthy High School. Sophomore Glass geo!! MARJORY ASBURY THELMA GRAFF LILLIAN ORR THOMAS AUSTING CHARLOTTE GETTLE RAYMOND PACKER KENNETH BARNES MARIE GIRTY LESTER PEACOCK ESTHER BAUER CHARLES GRILL MARY PIERSON ESTHER BAUM WILLIAM HACKEMEYER GEORGE RENNERT MARION BAX JOHN HEISEL EDYTHE REIS BENJAMIN BECKAM ELSIE HELFERICH ROBERT RITZ BERNICE BENGE HOWARD I-IOCHSCHEID MARION RUEHRWEIN LOUISE BERNT HENRY HONNERT ANTHONY SCHEIDT BETTY BETSCHER RICHARD HOOPER HAZEL SCHLENSKER WILLIAM BINKLEY LEO HORNING BETTY JEAN SCHULTZ HOWARD BITTER RUBY HORNING LILLIAN SCHUNK ADA BLESI ALBERT HUSER ROBERT SCHWARZ VERNA BOCK ROSON INSPRUCKER SOL SHERMAN ESTHER BOKELMAN CLARA KATTLEMAN PAULINE SMYTH HENRIETTA BONAPFEL VIRGIL KEELING JOSEPH SPROWL ALBERT BRUNZ AUDREY KESSLER BERTHA STERWERF RUBY CLAYTON ROBERT KLENK HENRIETTA STERWERF EWING COSSABOOM ROSELLA KLENK MARIE STEIN YVONNE CRAIG THOMAS KLENK WILLIAM STOECKER WYATT DAVIS ALBERT KOCH RUTH TANSING JOSEPH DIEFEL ELAINE KOCH ALBERT TRIPPEL CHARLES DIETERS GEORGE LUDWIG LORAINE URBAN WILLIAM DORMAN WILLIAM MCGEE ROSE WIEGAND MARILEE DUVALL HAZEL MEYER RUTH WIEGAND CARL ENGLEMANN WALTER MILLER MARGUERITE WEIL EDNA ERNST EDWIN MOELLER GORDON WERNZ JAMES ERVEN LEO MOELLER CELESTE WHIBBS MILDRED FAY WILLIAM MORRIS DAVIS WHITTON LOUIS FEHRMAN CLAUDE MYERS EARL WOLF FLOYD FERDON ROSELLA MYERS EARL ZACHMAN JOAN FOX BESSIE NETHERLANDS CAROLINE ZIMMERMAN EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE ' 24 11111111111111111111111111111111111111'111'111111111.111.1111111'111111f1111111111'1111111111111111111111,51111'1111E11U11UWW11UW11fD1111511511111111111111111111D11D111111111111UWN1211B1D,i1111111111f111111511i11fWWE1211 1x11 :xx1 1x11 1"! 1111 1111 1111 1111 1x11 1111 1xx, xxi fxx 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 T111 1111 1111 1111 'xzf 1311 1111 1x:1 1xx' 131 1115 1111 1111 1111 .111 .111 1111 1311 xx, 1xx' 111. 1, X. 'xx 'xxj jxx 'xx 'X jxx ixx' 'xx xx .111 1111 1111 'xxl 1111 'xxj Ixt' 111. xx, xx, .111 xx, xx, 'xx 'xx xx, 'xx 111. 112, xx 'xx, 311 1111 'xx1 111 'xx, 'xxj 'x11 .311 1111 1:11 'xx1 'xx1 xx: xxi 'xx 'xxg .111 ,xx 1111 111. 'xx 1-U 'xx 1111 .111 119 'xxl .111 1211 1111 E111 .xl T111 211 1111 1111 1111 1111 1111 113 311 1111 111 .111 1111 1111 110 113 1111 1311 .111 1111 1111 P11 1111 1111 113 1311 1111 1111 ,xl 1111 1111 118 .xl 'ra 1111 111' 1111 1111 113 .111 .111 .111 T111 1111 1111 'xxl .111 :x1 .111 .111 711 .111 .111 xx! x:1 xx1 1xx1 xx! 111 X11 .111 .tk xx1 X11 1111 311 X11 ,111 1111 'xx1 .111 x11 Vxxl ,111 1111 .111 xx' 111 ,xx1 3:1 .111 Q11 111 .31 111. 115 115 Q11 M N E 113 12 M M 12 131 N '31 IZ! The Tazffer Year Book B IE IE IE El li lil IZ! IE El E E11 IE E LH IE E4 E 5 E E El lil Ei E E Ei 131 x E ILE E E E Ei Ei IE EI lil E211 E E LE IE IE IE E11 E E ii IE IE E4 E Ei E IE E11 lili lil KE EI E E E Bl IB E E1 E! Q El is E lil IE E E Q gresliman Glass E E CZQDE Freshies compose one of the largest classes in the school. As there are 80 of gl E us, we have been divided into three groups. Our classmen come from several E E different districts whose graduates attend M. H. H. S. lg Athletic ability is shown by members of our class who are on the basketball, base- E ball, and track teams. 5 XVe are well represented in music, as several of our classmen are members of the E E High School Orchestra and Glee Choruses. E Although we are considered unimportant by the upper classmen, we carry on, for E E we keep in mind that everyone has to be a Freshman before he can be a Senior. E 5 E g S E reslrman Glass gloll A ilil Ei Q ALVIN ALLEN RALPH HASTINGS VIRGINIA REILLY E ROBERT BARKER CHARLES HEINZ ARTHUR RIZER E WOODROXV BELL MARGARET HENSCHEN EUNICE ROLFES E Q MYRTLE BERNDT LORETTA HESSLER ROBERT RUFF Ei' ARTHUR BLANCK VIRGINIA HESSLER MARY JANE SACKS E E WILLIAM BOBINGER ALMA HILDEBRAND EVAN SCHEIDT EMILY BOKELMANN JEANETTE HOLTGREFE JOE SCHENK JEAN BRAAM HAMES HONNERT RALPH SCHROER FRANK BRITZ CLARENCE HOWES FRANK SCHWAB E HOWARD BRUNS BETTY HUNT FRED SHIPLER E ELEANOR BURGESS ROSON INSPRUCKER WILLIAM SHIVELY E KATHERINE BURKART DOROTHY KAMMAN BEATRICE SHOWALTER Q1 DONALD CORBETT RUTH KLENK MARY JANE SMYTH llil E KENNETH CRAMM JOHN KNOX WILSON SPAHN E RAYMOND CRAWLEY WALTER LEE LUCILLE STAIGLE E lg WILLIAM CRITZ EVELYN MEES GEORGE STEGMAN gl lg ROBERT DAUSH LOUISE MEIER HAROLD STEINER Ig Eli DOROTHY DECKER DOROTHY MERTENS HELENA STEPHEN lil E DOROTHY DITMYER HENRY MEYN ADELAIDE SUMME E E MARY ENTNER HERBERT MOELLER RUTH SWEITZER E E HARRY ESPEL MARGARET MOORMAN DORIS TEDRICK E RUTH FISCHER DOROTHY MUHLENHARD HERMAN VOSS E DOROTHY GARLICH DAVID MYERS HARRY XVAECHTER E WILLIAM GOULD ELMER NEILSEN CHARLES WULFEKOTTER E WILLIAM GRACE WILLIAM PEACOCK JEAN ZIMMERMAN E ANNA GRAYBILL DONALD PETERSEN RALPH ZWICKER lg E MADELLA HART DONALD PHAIR E E IE E3 E EELXDILZIIEEIQDI lgllgllgiElgllillillillilEElEiElElElEEiElElZIBlLillgE11lilESIEE!!EIIZIEX-.llilgllgiElfilgfilgliilglgllgllillilflflfffllilgllililil EIEIEETXIEINM 26 The Taller Year Book NZ Z 11 E X 312 E E E if-2 ef. 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Eg E in Ei E! lil El E S Ei 5 3 Cgatler Staff E 5 E if E HE work of the Tatler Staff of this year has been, until the recent weeks, very E indefinite. The first disappointment came when the school paper, THE TATLER, S Ei! was discontinued for the ear. With this ublication no lon er bein ublished, the Ei lg Y P g g P gg E staff concentrated all of its efforts on THE ZEM ZEM. However, as a result of the S 35 bankin holida the staff was forced to sto work on THE ZEM ZEM, but after ivin E E g Y P g g ig E the matter careful consideration the staff decided to publish a small volume, THE TAT- 3 E LER YEAR BOOK, in its place. gg Ei E Des ite these reverses, the staff feels that it has had a successful ear. Althouvh S Q1 P Y O , 51 it was im ossible to e ual the ift of fine ictures which the staff resented to the school S lg P q S P P E! E last year, the gift to the Athletic Association was duplicated. The dance was a great gg Q E! success and the staff wishes to thank all those who helped make it so as well as those who have helped us in the publication of this year book. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE U1 S 1-A Q we Z EEEEElElElEE1EBl MARY BLESI ARTHUR PRESTON STUART BENGE Circulation Department EB E JAMES MCCLURE WOODROW NVHITAKER E gy xx E Advertising Departrnent IZ Ei E RUTH HOEFNER REBECCA AULICK Z! ,, E CURTIS STEINBRECKER FRANCES HALL E Business Manager ...... .,,,......... E DWARD DOYLE E Faculty Adviser ,..... ...i..i M Iss ETHEL L. FROST E E E E Ei E1 EH gi E3 gy E? E E Ea E E4 E EE E E E me 211 flflglilliilifllillillillililEEIEEEEIEIIEEIEIEIEEIEIE B1 El 133131 IZIIZIEQI 2 8 Tha' Taflvr Year Book lmlfxll3fll3ill3ill3fll7fl xr?irlirrl.xlxr2lrrZlr1llxlrrlxf'xrlfxt'xl3211QnlIXIIxllrillxllxllullrrillrilXXX''rflx?'xlMllxllrrllrillrilxllXllrr!lxlliillxl1111i211D11DfllidliillibilliiwlidlidlmilrrI1211i1U'iQliCIrQl31Elzi1l1iL2QliQi25l lx' P5 M l!1l xx xt lx Xl lil IKE llil Dil llil lfkl ll!! I!! lx J l39 llfl llll ln, llil llil lx, lxf lx. llll lx: life lxl li? IX' ln lx, llt, lik l FYI, lil, Nl XXI, C211 DIY lil, ll! In lx, lx: ln: lil l!ff lx! ll!! Dil IND lifl Dil iw lxl lx: llfl lx! lug lm llfl xx' l lil. E311 X lil lxl lm lm lxtl Pfl l7K. l?!l l7fl l3il llfl llii :xl X, xx, liil lxf llfl ltr lxl , l Ji, llil llii IX. nj DIE l!if xr, lil Bi! Dil lrtll Cgatler Staff fan, K M Wy. '. . .M ..., ' w-'www ww lfirst Row: Doyle, Miss Frost, Blcsi. Second Row: McClure, Hoffner. Hall, Stcinbrcckcr. Third Row: Whitglkcr, Bcngc. ix E E9 Dil li PQ PQ bil N Dil :xl . 1 31 lxl QQ M PH 529 EY! .81 Q11 QE Q11 E LX: rx: . l QQ m li fx, DE lx, ll! l 59 E LK E ll! lx' K PQ DQ QL F lxl ,xl LX' L29 115 lk? lxl fx' l?iI ll? Ri lx. IXT fill 311 Jil X1 LX? X' lx? Q35 Gil H Lxl QQ PQ G51 E Q9 E li E E E Bl M M El EI El E li E lm Q1 El XilllilllillkillkfllKillliIlI!ll!illllll!i'XlIXl1XlEXl.Xll?1lDillXl1XIl21IY31ll!1ll!ill!UDQDilll1filillX!l.?j.?illXl Xll!Ul3UlEMl?4lXl XlDilLXlBQl!XllEl!UlXllXl2il.!lMllElmllilkillglmw.XlL26QKll?!ll!1lUill!illlQlXll?ilYmE 29 EEEEE EEEEEEEEE EEEEBE EEBBEBE EBI EEEEEEEEEEEEEX IIEEEHEEEEEE -in HEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEE EE EEEEEBEEEE EE EE E E E E E E E E E E E x E 5 E E E F E E E F C C E F I I I E E C C C C C E E C E I E I E E I I E E E S I E3 E E E E E E S El EH B C 'Q E The Tatler Year Book C5176 girl Qeserves HE Girl Reserves are junior members of the Y.W.C.A., whose slogan and purpose are "To face life squarelyn and "To find and give the bestn. Members of the organization are ever striving to better themselves mentally, physically, and spiritually. Their emblem, which represents Health, Knowledge, Service, and Spirit, is the circle and triangle. The Reserves of Mt. Healthy have loyally endeavored to carry out these ideals by cooperating in various parties and a Recognition Service. At Christmas time, they dressed dolls for poor children and pre- sented a basket of food to a worthy family in the town. One of the most successful parties was the Senior Prom, at which half the members appeared as boys who escorted the other group who were charming young ladies in party dresses.' Virginia Paul was crowned King of the affair and Lucille Yerkes, Queen. The group numbers about forty members who represent all classes in school. At the Girls' Hobby Fair in Cincinnati, many Healthy Y girls made entries. Ruth Hoffner and Pauline Smyth won prizes on their entries. At the Girl Reserve Ring Service at Christ Church on Palm Sun- day, Roberta Walker was presented the ring. It is hoped that Pauline Smyth will receive a similar award later in che year. The girls owe much to Miss Dorothy Curry, their adviser, for her faithful guidance. 30 C H E E E EJ E1 E F E1 E1 Ei E5 EQ Ei Ei E5 E5 E9 E9 EJ EJ E9 E9 El E1 El E3 QS EJ E9 El EJ Di EH 59 E9 EH Ei Ei EQ El EH E3 CJ CJ EI Ei EJ E1 EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ E F EB DQ ES E5 EQ EQ EJ EJ EJ EJ E! EJ EEEE RESUME mm mm'XEEEEEEEEXEEEEEBEEBIII 4X IIHUIBEMBH HJIIEHI EEEEEH EmXBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHHEEEEEII ELEEEXHEBEEUUW'BHEEE The Tafler Year Book UMMMHHHU4HHHmmBHHEEHHHBBBBmmmmgEEEEEEEEEQEEUEgmmgmmgmmmgmmmmgUUEEUDMUMHH glffusic HIS has been an exceptional year in music for M. H. H. S. In the latter part of October, the Convention of Teachers of South- western Ohio was held in Cincinnati. Mt. Healthy was invited to participate in the program by furnishing music for the Saturday session at Emery Auditorium. A chorus of about one hundred voices was selected and, under the careful direction of Miss Greener, a group of songs was prepared. The following songs were sung: Pilgrim's Chorus, The Old Refrain, Daybreak, and Amaryllis. The last was sung by girls alone. The audience seemed well pleased and sent a note of appreciation to the school. After this, splendid work in music continued during the year. Among the students there are many fine voices. On Friday each week, music rings through the building from eight-thirty until the dismissal bell sounds. A Glee Chorus for boys and one for girls were instituted and were fortunate in having opportunities to sing on several occasions. The orchestra, for which the school has been known for some time, has continued, although comparatively small in number. Being composed of members of all classes, it is truly a school organization. In the spring the teachers of Hamilton County held a meeting at Memorial Hall in Cincinnati at which a band composed of representa- tives of the various high schools furnished a program which was broad- cast over WLW. M. H. H. S. had several students who took part in this program. This brief sketch, we believe, gives evidence of the valuable con- tribution which the Music Department is making in the life of the school. QHHHQHWIMLNWBEENEMWEEEEEE EEEEEEEEBEEEEEEBEEEUH 31 The Tailor Ymzf Book H ZQSY 3 The Taller Year Book Soccer HE 1932-33 sport season opened with soccer ball. When the first 'v It practice was called by Coach Muskopf some forty candidates 312 5 responded. After a few weeks of hard practice, Mr. Muskopf had 4 picked a team worthy of carrying the name of Mt. Healthy High L School. ,, Q24 I The first game, which was played at Harrison, was a good, hard if V4 ' 5:3 fought game but the score was tied. L1 44 The Mountaineers next journeyed to Miamitown where they Va 9, showed their superiority by defeating that team. 2 4 414 I' 514 7' V. The following game was with the North College Hill squad, whom 1 'ie if f they easily defeated. 53 .4 E '4 P rg, Vt. 414 7 l8llXllX1lEll8llBllXJlX1lZll8lPZ4 E4 E4 E4 EI HLEEIZEIEIIEIZIEIEEE E E EEEEZJE 4141414 K4 314212431 51 F4 4 4 K4 4 4 K4 4 4 4 4 E14 4 4 E4 4 4 E4 4 4 E4 4 4 L4 4 4 L4 If 4 L4 4 4 E4 P E4 4 4 H 4 4 K4 V4 E14 4 4 K4 4 4 EJ 4 4 4 4 L4 P 4 Ill 44 E 414 V l v 4 W4 v 4 P 4 4 4 U L4 H E4 .4 ll V4 '14 L4 44 2.4 M Q4 r 574 L4 P4 44 ya P1 gi Qi L4 F4 U L4 ,gi Next, we had as our guests the Taylor team. This game proved A 'il to be a sad affair for the Mt. Healthy boys. Nuf Ced. Q 544 lil ,El The final game of the season was played on our home field. Our iii opponent this time was the team from Colerain, who also proved to be E too much for the Mountaineers. P24 ,ZA ' Following are the various scores: El Mt. Healthy ,...., .,... 6 North College Hi Mt. Healthy ...... ..... 1 Taylor High ...... in Mt. Healthy ....,. ..... 1 Harrison High ..,. Mt. Healthy ...... ..... 3 Miamitown .,.... Mt. Healthy .,.... Colerain .... vid 74 viz in E4 414 Mr. E. W. Muskopf, Coach Ed. Doyle, Vernon Henn, Fred Corbett, David Ferris, Raymond Packer, Ewing Cossaboom, john Heisel, Howard Hochscheid, Virgil Keeling, William ' Morris, George Rennert, Earl Wolf, Henry Meyn, Robert Ruff, Bob Daush L24 in 552 E vii L4 414 Pl vii 54 in Q11 L14 :Zi 453 sie ii 414 4241414 424414 434 54421481181 48 li lglillgl EE EEEFQEEEEEEEEE EE EEE W EEE E4 424414 P14 7 54 33 EEEWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWEEEWEEEEEE The Tatler Year Book glfft. fflkaltlvy Sfhgh :School gymnasium 34 E E E E E E E E E E E E E E PB F E E 3 E EE E E E E E E E E E M E E C E E E E C C C E K C C E C C I C C I E EH F E4 F C S E I E E C EH EJ Ei Ei EEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EKU SEQRES CHQEJ EE EEEEEEEEEEEE EJEJ 33 EJ E1 Ei Ei by E5 E1 Ei E9 Ei fi EI EQ EQ E1 Cl D9 E3 EJ E5 EJ EE Ei E3 EJ EJ Ei Ei Ei EQ C1 E! K1 El EQ Ei Bi EI E9 Ei Ei Di Di EQ Ei DQ Ei EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ EJ E9 EQ EJ E9 E3 KI EQ DQ El Di E3 DQ 52 H1 151 D9 59 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 4 U4 v4 r.4 44 P4 M P4 P4 44 V4 44 4 r4 44 H 54 54 V4 P4 P4 4 n V4 54 '4 '4 44 rl f4 '4 '4 v4 v4 '4 rl v4 v4 54 tl '4 54 "4 04 rl '4 P4 44 rl 44 I4 .1 4 '4 4 4 P4 4 rl 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 rl 5 I 44 44 44 44 44 P4 44 54 Q4 v ei P4 64 4.4 7.4 44 L4 44 44 44 The Tatler Year Book 930915 Qasketball HE season of 1933 opened with the Red and Black ranked as a class A school. When Coach Duvall sounded the opening trumpet players of only moderate experience answered but they at most times during the season displayed good play ing ability winning eighteen games and losing five The outstanding game of the season was with the Stivers Hi. of Dayton Ohio who has eight times been champions of the state Against Stivers Mt. Healthy made an excellent showing At the U. C. Tournament Mt. Healthy was defeated by the strong Norwood team who qualified for the Dayton Regional Tournament. Mt. Healthy Mt. Healthy Mt. Healthy Mt. Healthy Mt. Healthy Lockland 20 Stivers ..,,..,....., .,....,.. Loveland ..... Harrison ...... West Chester Walnut Hills St. Bernard .. Mt. Healthy Mt. Healthy P14 P44 P14 P24514 5144514424 H4 5144534154434 lElEEllElEQl W lE lE ElElEl H EW' 3 24 P 4? J Q I 7 Y Q Q 1 ! I 1 7 I 5 , 1 1 7 Mt. Healthy Sycamore ..,,.. Q Colerain ..,....., ...... M t. Healthy Mt. Healthy St. Bernard Mt. Healthy West Chester Mt. Healthy Taylor ....... . Mt. Healthy Colerain ..... Mt. Healthy Reading ....... Mt. Healthy Wyoming .... Mt. Healthy Taylor .... Mt. Healthy Loveland ...,. Mt. Healthy Sycamore Mt. Healthy ,.,..,,,., ...... 4 8 Harrison .,... .. .... 26 University School ..... .......... 4 0 Mt. Healthy ...... .,..... 2 7 Mt. Healthy ..,.............,.,,........ .. 38 Alumni .....,.....,....,......,...........,.... 31 SOUTHWESTERN DISTRICT TOURNAMENT QU. CJ CLASS A Norwood ...,,..,...... ,..,...............,... 4 4 Mt. Healthy ...................,.. .,..... 2 6 Mr. M. Duvall, Coach George Rennert, Captain gi Ed. Doyle, William Langhorst, Howard Mertens, Ewing Cossaboom, Howard Hochscheid, Virgil Keeling, Ed. Moorman, 'William Morris, Sol Sherman, Robert Daush. Vernon Henn, Manager E5 BEiQ lgllmlilillmlillglligilgl lililillgllgllillgllmgllil fillgl gl E EE 414414 414 35 The Taller Year Book EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEE EEEEEE E E E E 5 E E E E E El E IT 5 615' et cl 5 9 ' I ' Q b ll E E E Z gl HE Mt. Healthy girls responded to the first call for basketball in true Mt. Healthy E gl style. Although he had lost six players by graduation, Coach Duvall finally S Q formed a strong team composed of seven veterans and four new players. X , E The girls opened the season by defeating Loveland 34-6, and kept up the good E work by defeating Harrison and Alumnae. The first Alumnae game was one of the most gl interesting of the season. Many of the old players were present to uphold their standard E as expert players. They were cheered along by a great number of their class-mares and E E chums. But with all this backing, they lost out by a score of 27-8. The last Alumnae E E game was equally as interesting, ending with the High School girls on the long end by E E ten points. E E E E Then came a streak of bad luck, the girls losing seven straight games, and then E E easily winning the game from Reading. They were nosed out in the next game by E E Wyoming. This was considered the most interesting game of the season, the girls play- E ing their best form of basketball. The Wyoming girls had not lost a game all year but E were threatened in this one. When the final gun sounded our girls were one point behind. E E EEEEE EEEEEEE Then followed the game with Taylor, another exciting one, with our girls on the short end by one point again. The next game was easily won from Loveland, but then the Red and Black lost to Sycamore. In the next game, with Harrison, the score wavered E E1 throughout the game, but was settled in Mt. Healthy's favor, the winning basket being E E dropped as the gun sounded. E Ei lg The girls were entered in the County Tournament, and drew Terrace Park, as E E their first opponent. However, Terrace Park proved too much for our team, and they E won out by a score of 17-13. This made Mt. Healthy eligible for the Consolation Series. In this series, the Mountaineers reached the finals by defeating Sharonville and Harrison, E but were defeated in the finals by Colerain. gl E H E Members of the team are: E E Captain Mosier, A. Klenk, Praechter, Wiegand, Forwards, Smyth, H. Klenk, Ort- E E man, Aulick, Bell, Hall, Bax, Guards. E E Six players will be lost by graduation, but Coach Duvall has some very good E E material on which to build a team next season. E E E E E lil E Ei IE El El ffl S E E E EE EEE! s e E a EE 3 s E E E E E E E E E e E E I E s ...s as C E E E E C C E C E E E I C Cl Cl Cl s s El Cl Cl E IIE The Taller Year Book 4:4 414 4I4'4Z44F44Z4 414424 24414 Y44344z4 4:4 414 4:4 5141614414 414 414434 E4 4EE434E4E1xI4 4ilI43l IE4 I?J ZllE4Z4434 414414 414 414 14514 414 4:4 in 4:4 E4 4:4 E4 4:4 414 -:4 in 4:4 EB W Q 414 EE 414 I4 414 424 4:4 E4 414 414 424 E4 4:4 7 1:4 K4 414 E4 PZ4 EE 45: gacts cgbout Cgrack 414 74 434 PJ D U m M 434 E4 4 '24 A cinder track was donated to the High School by the Mt. 45, 4.4 . . 4 414 Healthy Welfare Association. E4 5 Z4 if Mr. C. E. Hoffman, manual training teacher and physical edu- 424 A L' 1 U 4:4 cation instructor, made his initial attempt as track coach with much lg li L T24 success, althou h the entire team was mex erienced. if P14 L4 rf' 414 4 54 The continuous postponement of the County Track Meet-caused .- : 51 414 5-' f the athletes to become somewhat stale. gf. .4 XVhen the Meet was finally held, Mt. Healthy brought home . . L eleven ribbons which represented two first places, five seconds, and PL PL E4 four thirds. In addition there were four fourth places. 54 L4 rg' The awards were as follows: 414 in ,Q Girls Discus Throw ,..,.. ,, ......,..,..,.., Mosier tied for first 3 : junior Boys Broad ump ..., .... M orris, first, QA new recordj Junior Boys Discus Throw .............................,...,... Morris, second A 5 Junior Boys Half Mile Relay .. Deters, Daush. Ruff Morris, second 9 Girls Fifty Yard Dash .,.i... ......,.,..........,,......,... A . Klenk, third ' I Junior Boys Half Mile Run .,.. .....,..,..............,.. D aush third 1 Senior Boys Discus Throw .... ...,.., D oyle, third' Ruser, fourth Q 3 junior Boys Shot Put ...... ,... S chenk, third' Keeling, fourth 9 Z Senior Boys Shot Put .......... ...... D oyle, fourth L Senior Boys Low Hurdles .... , ...... Paris, fourth 9 Senior Boys Half Mile ,....., ...... S hirkey fourth f Members of the team are: 3 A. Klenk, Mosier, Rosebaum, M. Moorman, Walker, C. Smyth. A. Summe, Hoock, Fox, Neidhard, Doyle, Ruff Huser, Corbett, Grill Q4 3 Deters, Shirkey Schenk. T 2 4 4 4 4 E1 4 4 1 L4 4 4 " -I E 4 4 , L4 4 4 E4 4 4 L4 4 4 ' E14 4 4 ' L4 4 4 1 El 4 4 X 4 4 , EI4 ld 9 S 4 4 4 4 ' , L v 4 leg 4 4 1 4 4 Y L4 4 4 ' ' P4 4 4 L4 4 4 ' L4 4 L4 K 4 9 V4 4 4 9 K4 H U V4 M 4 4 L4 4 4 L4 4 4 ' IB 4 4 P 4 4 4 a a U 4 4 L4 I 4 1 L4 4 . 4 4 FE 4 ' 4 33 4:4 M 4 4 L4 4 L4 4 4 I 4 14 4 4 I 4 V4 4 L4 H U 4 4 4 4 4 4 L4 4 4 4 4 5 3 v4 4- LA4 F4474 Z4 P14414 4144424 4244144424 414 PZ F4447 414 414 414 4144414 -4 414-41444144414 E44E44E4 lf4lI4'E4 lI4 414443 414 H4 43454 K4 414 414414 414 37 The Tatler Year Book EJEEEJIZNZI XEQPIQEIZEMB LEIEIZIMIZIEE EEEIEIEEIEIEIEEEIEZIIEEEIZEIIESEIEEKEIEEIEIZEEKEEIEEEEEEEEIEIEIXIIZIIZIEEIIEIZI EIS! Eglliilliil lillil ilg EE WB 5 Ei El El Ei E S Ei iii Ei Ei Ei E9 xx 5 Qaseball g 5 S E HE first signs of spring-April showers and the call of coach Muskopf for the baseball to begin "rolling down the old alley". The season of '33 received a setback by the spring rains and the lack of a playing field. After these things had been partly remedied the season began. The Hrst game was with Taylor Hi and the lineup was as follows: E E Morris, 3b E I-Ionnert, ss. Case, 2b Doyle, lst E Rennert, outfield E Keeling, outfield Moorman, outfield E Q4 Komnenovich, catcher ig Heid, pitcher. E El Ei Eg Ei lil F' 'U v-s rn ffl ff O D su 5 Q.- IT' R. so W' rn '1 D' an 4 ru su :T O 'Il su K4 rn 9' Ki IE Ki The games already played: E Taylor 11 .,.,.,...., ,...... M t. Healthy 10 Mt. Healthy ........................... Harrison 4 Q EE if The teams to be played are: Colerain, Wyoming, Ohio Military Ei gi Institute, and Ohio Mechanics Institute. S The team seems to have struck its stride and we are hoping that E it will bring victory to "the Red and Black" in the remaining games of the season. Ei 5 E 5? 13 E' gg m E 5 B1 Ei gg Ei IE El lil E3 gy Ki Q1 QE gy Ei El LZ! Lil EE gy x gi E EIEEEIEEEIEEEIEIEXEIEEI IZIIZIIEEEJ IEEIIZEEEIEE EEEIEEIEEEIEIEEIZIIZIEEI Iiillilfililiililklilil lili' 3 8 Huser, Hochscheid, Hackemeyer, Cossaboom, S. Honnert, M. Weber. i The Taller Year Book HuwMunnuwunnmmmmmmmmmmmQBHMBHEMEEEEEEEEHBHBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmgwuamumwuuuw Scbolarsbzp URING the past year Mt. Healthy High School has endeavored to maintain her standard of scholarship on a par with that of previous years. P For the Hamilton County Scholarship Contest conducted at the Court House on April 17, the teachers selected several students to represent the school. These students were chosen on a basis of grades made in regular class work during the present school year. All have ranked high in several subjects, but each was permitted to enter only one examination for competition. The entries were as follows: English III-Carl Engelmann. History II-Ewing Cossaboom, Howard Hochscheid. Plane Geometry-Pauline Smyth, Betty Bettscher. Latin II--Thomas Austing. Algebra I-Alma Hildebrand, Raymond Crawley. As a result of this contest, Thomas Austing was named a member of the Hamilton County Scholarship Team which participated in a district contest at Miami University on May 5, Carl Engelmann was made an alternate. In addition to this, Mt. Healthy also participated in the Hamilton County Spelling Contest at Memorial Hall. Howard Wirtz, the repre- sentative of Mt. Healthy, who had won the contest the previous year, succeeded in making third place, for which he was awarded a medal. nnuunnnunnubmwmmmmmwwmmmmmmmmmmm-EEmmmEEHEBmmmmmmEEEmBmmmmmmmummmummmmnn 39 lZllZIl?JElCilElElElEl3JlEllZllZlIZEll3llEl3llZIEEillZIEl EE UEBHEEEBmBEEEEEEEEE Elmmlimmgmmlililillilliillilglilillilmmlill Elmlilillmm E EEE! I!! E lil lifl IE IE IE lil IZ! IZI IE lil BJ E11 E IE lil E lil E E E lil lil E E El E E li E E E E li E LE E lzfl lil E51 E lil Ili Bl IE lil lifl lil E IE Lil E IE li E lg lil Xl E Ei F El E llil Ei! IZ IE The Tatler Year Book gU5tory of the Glass of Q3 F you could look back to the fall of 1929, you would see a group of meek-looking children entering Mt. Healthy High School. The building was brand new, for it had never before been used. These children were the Freshies, so-called by the upper classmen. Here was the chance for the Sophomores to get even for what they had gone through the year before. There was a great mixing-up for a week or so. You would see a Freshman popping up at almost any place at any time, usually the wrong place and at the wrong time. However, they seemed quite eager not to appear conspicuous, and so learned their schedules and their way about the building. This made it possible to go on during the rest of the year without much excitement. Then came the much-dreaded exams and reports. School was out. Vacation time had come. In the fall, the group returned, not meek-looking and fearful, but Sophomores and all that the name implies. Their number was some- what diminished, to be sure, but many of the old crowd were here and a few new ones. Instead of being teased and tormented, they had their inning and gave the new class the usual welcome. That year they enter- tained the school with a party at Hallowelen. In their Junior year they made a good showing in various school activities and brought the year to a glorious close with a breakfast in honor of the Seniors fthat same class who as Sophomores had so mis- treated themj. At last they have reached the final year of their high school life. They are now the high and mighty SENIORS and can look down on the under-classmen as they have been looked down on. Due to the Depression, they are not having as many activities as some former classes have had, but they are enjoying themselves and receiving the good wishes of everyone for success in the future. Helen Bronstrup, who has been in Florida, has recently re-entered the class for graduation. 40 Erl lil lg El E lil lfl El lil li El li El El El El E I E lil li El El lil El El El Dil lil lil lil lil lfil lil EI li El lil E lil E lil lg El El El lil lil lil El El li lil li li lg li li El F lil lil lil li E lil lil E li E lgillillillgliglilglilililiilliil Eliiillglimlilimilmmil lIllBEBEiEiEZi'EZlEl1lZllI41El XllZiK?lillEElE Bill lililmmillilliflilillilillil BB Emil XX EB EZIIBIZQ Ellilflltt EE! E'ElE lElE HIE! l IEEE WEEE The Tatler Year Book Oil L24 E55 gaculty jngles bil Q14 , Dorothy Curry-A good scout, honor bright, Q, In the school-room she teaches us all to write right. E4 p ig, C. E. fBiffj Hoffman-Our dear "Athalete". He trains awkward hands and makes nimble our feet. Margaret Zwick-A keeper of books, Herself can be classed an Edition deI.uxe. 614 Marjorie Hodapp-She teaches fine cooking And then in between, ,iq She shows us the technique of running a seam. s4 E. W. Muskopf-A Euclidean Scholar, He loves to catch Hsh, and the rabbit he'll "foller". 434 He has to his credit an Oxford Degree, 2,1 Not from Old England, but Ohio, you see. U W 31 Ethel L. Frost-Though her heart is not so, No language expresses the language she knows. C. T. Van Atta-To this Motherly Dame, 74 4 r fs' Let "Homer" sing praise for her well-deserved fame. 4 r 5 J W f4 74 Edward G. Petrich-He loves to grow flowersg PI4 And the tales of his travels gave us interesting hours. L4 lil Our Dear Lulu Greener-She likes to make rhymes Q In music and singing, we ve had some good times I With a heart kind and true, he s a friend to us all, -1 A gentleman, a scholar-Matthew Duvall. S. Benge. Well, what have we got to eat this morningl Mrs Barnes: You don t have to eat anything if you don t want to 'I Ida Belle Did you ever hear the story about the dirty window " ? Ruth H.: No. What is it? 2 Ida Belle: No use to tell you. You could not see through it anyway. Arthur Preston: G. 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