And here's a few of his stylish caricatures, from the same paper, same year:
Now here's some framegrabs of Vet's wild animation. It really has to be seen to believed.... the way he moves his characters around really sticks out like a sore but wonderful thumb. I immediately noticed it when I began watching the Lantz Oswalds, but didn't realize it was Vet's work until I saw the same style in a few scenes of Ted Eshbaugh's Wizard of Oz cartoon on which Vet is credited. Soon after I started to notice his work in earlier Fleischer and Aesop's Fables cartoons.
Vet's scene in "The Hair Mail" (Lantz, 1931)
Does the expression above look familliar to you?
That's because he'd been using it for at least 30 years. Don't ya love the way the guy draws mouths?
Typical Anderson beasts in "The Fisherman" and "The Clown" (Lantz, Both 1931)
Some Horrifying Vet scenes from "Grandma's Pet" (Lantz, 1931)
Lastly, here's some of Vet's animation for other studios:
Vet scene in Ted Eshbaugh's "The Wizard of Oz" (1933)
And this quick scene in "Hide and Seek" (Fleischer, 1931) looks like Anderson to me.