Elder High School - Elderado Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1933

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D Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnaii s .Q- , School, injlhe year ninefeen hundred : N 'Q "' g haw 33-Qs .-6 : : E, DEDlc:ATloN ffyl 4 K sb -9- 3' CD ,LQ l ' 1 Q! O. C OJ ji 3 LQ fl OJ U7 U1 O -'H 111 O. CD 7 22 LQ 3' I CPC Q. Q: 3 O. -1- 3- Q. -f- Y -I- 3- 1 CD SD O.. O Q. CD O.. 0 Q: -+- CD -+- :- 5. ...Y ' I Q: S.. 0 ..f 'L N532 O C 7 CD O O. : C 1 3 -5 -4- 2 6' CD 3 3- Q, in -+- 0 fl C O. "' CD -U 'T Q I 2 3 Y' 3 Q: CL 3 N4 O- - G3 O 9- WML :flak 1 Annual lo Jrhose who have made possible E The Facully. E , x g 3 5 K " 'QS .:Li'3'E x 6, TABLE OF CONTENTS ig: 'E : : 9 ,K ANNUAL STAFF FACULTY SFNTQRS , UNDERCLASSMEN I, ACTIVITIES Q QQ ATHLETICS I A L.... A .,,. .. .. .. L .. .L was v- : : ADVERTISEMENTS I Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I Francis A. Rolrh Chairman, SI. WiIIiam George Geers, Vice-Chairman, I-IoIy Family , Francis C. Grusenmeyer, Secrefary and Treasurer, Rehsurrecfion John I-I. Mefzdorf, SI. IvIar'rin I William SchmiH. SI. AIoysius, Bridgeiown Frederick Bien, Our Lady of Grace Francis J. Bredesfege, Principal of Elder High School RI. Rev. George X. Schmidt S+. Lawrence Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Very Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Rev. Page S ix Joseph Mueller. SI. Teresa I F. B. Veil, SI. Michael I in I-I. J. Lammers. Our Lady of'Perpe+uaI Help Louis J. Evers, Blessed S'acrarnen+ y Michael I-Iinssen. S+. Vincenf de PauI Joseph Sund. Our Lady of Viclrory i. Joseph BurwinIcIe, SI.sAIoysius, SayIer Parki Rev. WiIIiam J. AnIhony, Calrhedral I Francis Garrify, SI. Anlrhony Joseph A. Tieken, SI. Cafherine Tirnofhy C. BaiIey, S+. Edward Francis Kessing, S+. Henry Joseph Sfeinlorunner, S+. Joseph I-Ienry J. Lehman, S+. Leo George Grunkemeyer, Our Lady of Lourdes D. Englehard, O. F. M.. S+. Anfonio di Padova ANNUAL STAFF F. WILLARD REICHLE, EcIi+or-in-Chief ASSOCIATE EDITORS LOUIS B. ALBERS' WILLIAM G. BRUEGGEMEYER WALTER T. DELANEY FREDERIC H. DETERS LOUIS F. ESSEN ROY J. FERNEDING M. NICHOLAS GLAUG ROGER E. GRIESE VINCENT R. LUEBBE RALPH E. MEYER ROBERT R. RENNEKER ROBERT E. SEBASTIANI CLETUS X. STOESER PAUL F. WELLINGHOFF STAFF ARTIST LEO KEMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS ROBERT E. DASHLEY PAUL F. KERKHOFF CARL B. KORFHAGEN FACULTY ADVISERS REV. JAMES R. HALEY REV. JAMES T. HURLEY Page S r x I ' Q I i FACULTY Rev. Francis J. Bredeslege, B. Sc., Ph. D., S.T. L., Principal Rev. Basil l-laneberg, A.B. Assislanl Principal Marhemaiics. Rev. James R. l-laley, A.B. English. A I Rev. Waller R. l-larlorechl, AQB. Biology. Rev. William T. l-lilveri, A.B. l-lisrory, Civics, English. Rev. James T. l-lurley, A.B. Religion. Rev. l-larry T. lmbus, A.B., LL.B. English, Malhemalics. Rev. Urban R. Koenig, A.B. German, Malhemalrics, Religion. . Rev. Edward B. Koller, A.B. Lalin, English. Rev. George N. Lamoll, A.B. Chernisiry, Physics. Rev. Alloeri l-l. Melz, A.B., B.S. in Ed Spanish, Bookkeeping, Science. Rev. Charles F. Murphy, Ph.B. Malhemalics. Rev. Arfhur J. Powers, A.B. Lalin. Rev. Alfred G. Slriich, A.B. l-lisrory, Marhemarics. Rev. Leonard J. Vorderbrinlc, A.B. W Religion. Mr. Vfalier Barlell, A.B. Spanish, Physical Educaiion. Mr. Joseph J. Kuley. B.S'c. in Ed. English, Lalin. q Rev. Augusl J. Kramer, A.B. ,Mr. Joseph Neyer, M.E. Religion. Drawing. Rev. James L. Krusling, A.B. Mr. Allred Schehl, A.A.G.O. Science, Lalrin. Music. Rev. William O. Laloodie, M.A. Mr. Augusl Jung. English, Greek, E+hics. Bandmasrer. Miss Mildred Kolde, Secrelary. Page N Rev. Basil A. Haneberg, A. B. Assislani Principal Rev. Francis J. Breclesiege B. Sc., Ph.D., S.T. L. Principal Rev..George N. LamoH', A. B. Rev. Walfer R. Harbrechf, A. B. Rev. James R. Haley, A. B. Rev- Urban R- Koenig. A. B. Rev. Leonard J. Vonderbrinlr, A. B. Page Eleven 4 Rev. William T. Hilverf, A. B. Rev, Augusf J, Kramer, A, B. Rev. William O. Labodie, M.A. Rev. James T. Hurley, A. B. Rev. Alberi' H. Meh, A. B., B. S. in Ed. Page Twelve V Rev. Alfred G. Sfriich, A. B. 1 A Rev. Charles F. Murphy, Ph. B. Rev. Edward'B. KoH'er, A. B. Rev. Arfhur J. Powers, A. B. Rev. Harry T. lmbus, A. B., LL. B. Page Thirteen Rev. James L. Krusling, A. B. Mr. Joseph J. Kuley, B. Sc. in Ed Q?YD F Mr. Joseph Neyer, M. E. Mr. Alfred Schehl, A. A. G. O. Page Fourteen x ":-Q 144 ' --. ff? L 4 3 1- 1 ,Z QV O '55 0 A Q 0 0 onxb '91 N4 f I 4 I I V4 -r + 1 I H Ffa 7711 .ffgxgzc-',y Page Sixteen LOUIS B. ALBERS "LOU" ST. Teresa. FooTball, '32. BaskeTball, '33. Baseball, '30, '3I, '32, '33. Tennis, 30, 3l, '32, Annual STaTT. SecreTary of SolaTec Club. "E" Club. "An all-around man." During his career aT Elder iT has been Lou's moTTo ThaT acTions speak louder Than words. And has he acTed! His achievemenTs on The Tield and in The class- room speak Tor Themselves. We hope To see him some day cavorTing around The "hoT corner" aT Redland Field. We've heard iT said ThaT "Lou" has his liTTle weakness. We wonder if she asked him To leT his hair grow laTely. FRANCIS W. BACKHERMS ."IVY" ' Holy Family. FooTball, '3l, '32. BaskeTball, '32, '33. Band, '30, '3l. Class BaskeTball. Class Baseball. Vice-PresidenT oT Senior Class. "E" Club. "By his music you shall know him." lvy is known by all music lovers and dancers of Elder Tor his "Tickling of The ivories" in Arnold's OrchesTra. A sTurdy guard of The TooTball Team, a genfleman in The classroom, quieT, and has never Tailed To have an excuse Tor being absenT- even on Mondays. GEORGE C. BENINGHAUS "GEORGE" Holy Family. Tennis, '3I, '32, CapTain '33. "E" Club. Annual STaTf. "For sociefy, saiTh The Texf, is The happiness of life." George is The "Beau Brummel" of Elder. As New Yorkers dress, George dresses. His social engagemenTs may have deprived him of a Tew hours of sTudy during his Tour years, buT never ol: his Tennis, in which he is a TirsT-raTer. Joi-IN A. BERKEMEYER HBERKII ST. William "CloThes make The man." "Berk" could well be called The Jim BoTTomley of 4-A, boTh in regard To his disposiTion and his abiliTy' To cover TirsT base. He Thinks Thai' The coming summer will be a huge success if he and "Purn" can make iT To Chicago in Their recenTly acquired Buick. Perhaps he had beTTer keep posTed on all The good repair shops along The rouTe. ROBERT E. BERNINGER "BOB" ResurrecTion. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTball. LiTerary SocieTy. Annual STaTT. "Bob" has never been seen wiThouT a smile on his face. He is anoTher of The popular Seniors, because of his cheerfulness and quick reply. He sporfs a hair- cuT ThaT would puT The Kaiser To shame. High-poinl' man on his class baskeTball Team, Too. WALTER F. BOHMER "WAL" S+. Lawrence. Track, '30, '3l, '32. Class Baseball. Class Baskelball. "Lilfl'le buy? migh1'y." "Wal" gives us lhe impression of a happy, carefree lad. Noi 'lhal' he does noi care whal' happens. buf 'lhal hedoes no'l' believe in crossing bridges fill he comes +o +hem. If all men spread sunshine like Wal, +here soon would be no more sunshine. l-le s+ill won- ders how any man could Think of so many diflierenl' Jrhings To learn abou? bookkeeping. EDWARD J. BONERT NED.. S+. Leo. Track, '32. "I'm a dreamer, buf aren'+ we all?" Ed is conslanlly cheerful and his sfeady smile has made him well liked by everyone. l-le loves-To dream in cerlain classes, buf il' never alfecls his work. l-le has greal abilily, especially when if comes +o Civics. ll's rumored +ha+ he wanfs lo become a lawyer. LOUIS F. BRAUCH "LEFTY" i S+. William. Foolball, '3l, '32. Baskelball. '33. Baseball, '3l, '32, '33. "E" Club. v"Why worry? There's plenly of lime." Lef'ry's cracks, wise and ofherwise, are heard spas- modicallv and are enioyed by everyone excepl 'rhe profs. l-lis pleasanf frame of mind exlends from class- males io Freshmen alike. Lelily is fhe 'rhree-leH'er rran of our class. Foolball, baskelball. and baseball malze no difference. l-le likes 'rhem' all and ranks firsf in each. Perfeclion is his aim in life. BERNARD F. BREIG . "BARNEY" Blessed Sacramenl. Band, '3I, '32, '33. Orcheslra. '33. Annual Sialf. i "Play, Fiddle, Play." We shall never forge? lhe nighl when we heard Barney play his violin ai The Pareni-Son celebralion. Then we firsl realized +ha'r a greal' violinisi slood in our midst l-le does no+ confine his Jralenrs lo music, how- ever: he is also a conscienkious sludenl, being espe- cially capable in German class. THOMAS E. BROWN "TOM" Sl.Willia'fl. Class Baske+ball. Class Baseball. Tom always gave l'he besl he had. This perhaps accounls for his greal success in rhe classroom. In addilion +o his nofed scholasfic abilily, he is also quile an alhlele and was one of rhe main reasons why his class baseball Team enioyed such a successful season. His cheery smile and kind words have proved a solace as well as pleasure 'ro many during his lhree-year slay al Elder. i I l Page Seventeen Page Eighteen WILLIAM G. BRUEGGEMEYER "BILL" ST. Teresa. Traclc, '33, LiTerary SocieTy. C-5olT, '33, Class BasIceTbaIl "As a wiT, if noT T'irsT, in The very TirsT line." Bill is undoubTedly a crediT To The school. His TavoriTe pasTimes are essay wriTing, public speaking. wise-cracking, and broad-iumping. An essay wriTTen by him represenTed Elder in a naTion-wide conTesT: he was always an inTeresTing speaker in The LiTerary SocieTy: his reTreshing iolces were always welcomed by The Tired Seniors: and. if you care To hear abouT his broad- iumping, aslc Mr. BarTIe++. HARRY E. BRUNSMAN "HARRY" ST. CaTherine. "Life is much easier wiTh no worry." Harry is a happy-go-luclcy Tellow and never worries abouT a Thing. He has one greaT subiecT ThaT he ex- cells in-ATrican golT. He drives a Chev ThaT has mosT oT The liTe Icnoclced ouT oT IT, and is oTTen seen wiTh members oT The neighboring school. WILLIAM F. BU RNSIDE "BILL" ST. Michael. Class Baseball. Class BasIceTbaIl. "E" Club. FooTbalI, '32. LiTerary SocieTy. '32. A person musT be inTimaTely acquainTed wiTh Bill To realize his True meriT. He is usually quieT, buT respon- sive when called upon. There is no doubT as To wheTher he is ambiTious. He was never reprimanded by a proTessor: There was no need Tor iT. IT is said ThaT a Tew hearTs TluTTer when he wears ThaT "AA" IeTTer down The sTreeT. JAMES M. CARROLL . "JIMMY" ST. Lawrence. Class Baseball. Class BasIceTbalI. "The smiling Irishman." Jimmy is our Irishman. His beaming smile and his ever-ready "O. K." has made him a popular sTudenT among The Seniors. He can sell papers TasTer Than he can Talk: loves To play baseball: and has iusT Torsalcen The WesT End Tor Price Hill. JOHN T. CROWE "TONS" ST. Lawrence. Class Baseball. Class BaslceTball. "Go WesT, young man: go WesT." The prodigal son of The Senior Class. ATTer spending six weeks in The WesT End, The call oT Elder broughT him baclc To us. His chieT weakness is inTerpreTing The Technical phrases oT boolclceeping under The supervision oT Fr. MeTz. ROBERT G. DASHLEY "BOB" ST. Lawrence. Annual STaTT. Class Baseball. "BuT whaT of This? Are we noT all love?" Bob ioined our Told in The Sophomore Hear. cominq Trom WalnuT Hills. We iusT goT The "dope" on him This year. We Tound him a quieT Tellow. who always observed order, and who never had The class iudged on his accounT. BuT whaT did he say when we heard he lcnew The Tairer sex oT WalnuT l-lills? WALTER T. DELANEY "DUKE" ST. Teresa. ' Class Baseball. Class BaslceTball. LiTerary SocieTy. ' Annual STaTT. Track. '32, "Ol1l For The life of a sailor." Dulce's big ambiTion is To go To Annapolis. l-lis brighT red hair and smiling Tace malces him one oT The mosT popular oT sTudenTs. l-lis TavoriTe occupaTion during The year was ChieT KibiTzer oT The German class. Dulce's a hard worlcer and some day we expecT To see his name wiTh "Admiral" in TronT oT iT. , ROBERT J. DEMMER "BOB" ST. AugusTine. Class Baseball. Class BaslceTball. "Silence is golden." Bob is one oT Those Tellows who spealcs rarely, buT when he does speak, everyone lisTens. The sTudenTs recognize him as a sTudenT who can be depended upon. As you would naTurally expecT. he is an excellenT sTudenT. AlThough he has noT played on any oT The school Teams, he is an acTive member in The inTer-class games. FREDERICK H. DETERS "FRED" L ST. Lawrence. Cheer Leader, '30, '3l. '32."33. Swimming, '33, STudenT SpiriTual Council. Annual STaTT. "All TogeTher, gang- One, Two, Three!" l-low oTTen have we heard Fred puT new liTe info Elder Teams by leading The cheering secTion aT The various games! l-le will be more TiT To become a sales- man when he leaves Elder, because he works in Elder's boolc sTore. The TacT ThaT Fred is so willing To help The sTudenTs and do Them a Tavor accounTs Tor his greaT populariTy. FRANK J. DOEPKER "DEP" ST. Lawrence. "l'll Take your measuremenTs now, fellows." Dep is well liked by all The Seniors. A courTeous and respecTTul lad in class. especially in Spanish. l-le spends his SaTurdays aT Mabley's deparTmenT sTore, showing The sTyles To dapper CincinnaTians. l-lis ambiTion is To have his own sTore and To be Mabley's biggesT com- peTiTor. - T , i A l Page Nineteen Page Twenty ROBERT J. DOYLE "BOB" Holy Family. GolT, '33. Track, '33. Band, '3l, '32, '33. "Music haTh power To sooThe The oppressed soul." Bob is one oT The ouTsTancling members of The Track Team. He is sorT oT a semi-quieT chap, buT silence denoTes deep ThoughT. He also makes The noise wiTh The cymbals in The band. His big ambiTion is some clay To be member oT The UniTed STaTes Olympic Team. JOSEPH V. DRIETLER "JOE" Holy SpiriT. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTball. Band, '32, '33, "Silence porTrays deep Thought" ln his Two years aT Elder, Joe has made a greaT :number oT Triends, as well as esTablishing an enviable f,QsgEholasTic record. He has a rare sense of humor. buT is also capable oT enTerTaining serious ThoughTs. All Joe is a real Tellow and a pal worTh having. RAYMOND H. ESPELAGE "RAY" ST. MarTin. SolaTec Club. Class Baseball. "A genial chap." Ray's chieT inTeresTs are The soluTion oT diTTiculT Trig problems and The promoTion oT social aTTairs aT his parish church. He also works hard Tor Tilly's Pharmacy in iTs compeTiTive war wiTh The Dow Drug Co. Was TieTTmeyer's Tace red when Ray Told him To go hop in a barrel"? LOUIS F. ESSEN "LOU" ST. lvlarTin. Band, l3O, '3l, '32, '33, Annual STaTF. "E" Club. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTbaII. "ConversaTion makeTh a ready man." Lou is one oT our mosT acTive Seniors. He may in- variably be seen giving a group oT aTTenTive classmaTes The "low down" on some approaching social evenT. Don'T leT Lou Tell you he isn'T a TavoriTe over aT SeTon. ROY J. FERNEDING "ROY" ST. Lawrence. y PresidenT oT Civic and VocaTional League. LiTerary SocieTy. Annual STaTT. Class Baseball. STudenT SpiriTual Council. "IT knowledge be The mark, To know Thee shall suffice." Roy is an honor sTudenT of The graduaTing class. His speeches in The LiTerary SocieTy give evidence oT a lawyer, buT Trom Roy's words we gaTher ThaT he would raTher Teach English. A qu,ieT Tellow- someTimesg an aTTenTive and indusTrious lad always. WILLIAM J. FRANKE "FRANKIE" Blessed SacramenT. "Drink milk Tor heaI+h." Bill is a man oT many accomplishmenTs. When noT playing The piano in The orchesTra, he is busily Trans- laTing his German essays. ln his spare Time he is oTTen seen aT Mause's Dairy-we wonder why? He keeps The proTs on Their Toes wiTh his insisTenT quesTioning. LOUIS D. GERDE' "CERT" Blessed Sa'cramenT. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTball. "ConTound iT, sirl" GerT is one oT Those Triendly chaps wiTh a cheery "hello" Tor everyone he meeTs. This has. won him a warm berTh in The hearT oT every sTudenT. If earnesT- ness and diligence make Tor a model sTudenT, Then There is none beTTer Than GerT. His ambiTion To suc- ceed and his iovial spiriT should win him a worThy posiTion in The world. VINCENT G. GILDAY "VINCE" ST. VincenT De Paul. I Band. '30, '3l. ...gl "He never Told us whaT he was." He is well known around The school, noT only as a fine sTudenT, buT as a modesT genfleman and a Triend well worTh having. His sTerling personaliTy predicTs ThaT greaT Things are in sTore Tor him. M. NICHOLAS GLAUG "NICK" Blessed SacramenT. Band, '3l, '32, '33. OrchesTra. Treasurer oT The Senior Class. LiTerary SocieTy. DramaTic Club. ' Class BaskeTball. "A liTTle gianT." There are Two Things in which Nick is principally inTeresTed: radio and dramaTics. No one will quesTion The Tormer, and as Tar as The laTTer is concerned, you musT remember ThaT he had a maior role in The play given by The Senior Class. WhaT really led us To The conclusion ThaT he is a born acTor, however, is The TacT ThaT he has learned To laugh aT a proT's ioke. STEPHEN S. GRANT "STEVE" ' ST. Henry. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTball. IT would Take quiTe a Tew pages To Tell oT all oT "STeve's" capabiliTies, buT here we mighT say ThaT he is a sTudenT oT worTh, as well as an aThleTe. He excells in baseball, having gaThered much oT his inTormaTion abouT iT as baT-boy Tor The Reds. No wonder he has such a large coIIec+ion oT baseballs. Quiet unassuming, and dependable-ThaT's Vincegfl Page Twenty-one i T 1 Page Twex ty-two ROGER E. GRIESE ' "ROG"' -' ' ST. .Lawre'nce E PresidenT oT STudenT SpiriTual Council. Civic Repre- senTaTive. PresidenT oT SolaTec Club. LiTerary Soc'ieTy Annual STaTT. Cheer Leader. '30, '3l, '32, '33. - "E" Club. Track, '33. "All iqnoranT ThaT soul ThaT sees Thee wIThouT ' wonder." V "Rog," when called upon proved To be a leader oT no mean abiliTy. He demonsTraTed This abiliTy noT only by liTerally pulling a cheer Trom The cheering secTion, buT also in The splendid guidance oT The STudenT SpiriTual Council. A scholar oT exTraordinary abiliTy, and a genTleman always. The TaculTy and Seniors expecT much oT him in The world. RALPH A. GUETHLEIN "BUTCH" ST. CaTharine. Track, '3O. FooTball, '3l. "E' Club. V When noT driving a Truck, BuTch is usually aT home enioying his TavoriTe diversions, which are beer and homework. ,Ralph ,is a very Triendly chap. lPerhaps ThaT accounTs Tor his many Triends, even among The weaker sex.l If he works in laTer liTe as hard as he did on The TooTball squad, Elder predicTs success To him. ' CHARLES J. HEIDEL "CHARLEY" ST. Lawrence. Class Baseball. "Mr. BarTleTT's only worry." 1 AlThough Charley has been wiTh us Tour years, we have noT heard much Trom him. He is conTenT To leT The proTs and Seniors do The Talking.- His happiesT momenTs come when Mr. BarTleTT Tails To appear Tor The morning Spanish class. EDWARD P. HEMSATH "EDDIE" ST. Teresa. "Who crowns a life of labor wiTh an age of ease." - Eddie is Truly a hard worker. This same indusTry ThaT he puT TorTh in class will some clay make him The owner oT a chain oT grocery sTores, Tor iT is in groceries ThaT his hearT lies. IT is rumored ThaT he has a liking Tor Tlowers, especially on Friday evenings. , WALTER FQ HERBERS "WALLY" ST. iv1arTin. Class Baseball. "Sing a new song." Wally is undoubTedly Elder's mosT careTree and leisure-loving Senior. His greaTesT care is keeping ThaT wave in his nice. brown hair. He hopes some day To croon over The radio: as a resulT, his chieT occupaTion is memorizing The words To popular song-hiTs. LOUIS R. HOFERER "HOF" Sf. Lawrence Presidenf of Senior Class. Foofball, '3l, '32 lCapfainl. Manager Baskefball, '33. "E" Club. "Hercules' only rival." Hof is one of fhe besf fackles fhaf ever charged wifh an Elder line. A game fellow and clean sporfs- man, wifh a do-or-die spirif. He fries his besf in fhe classroom, and has never given fhe faculfv a cause for worry. When fhe quarferback called Hof's signal- well, ask fhe opposing guards. RALPH J. HOLSCHER "CORK" E, Sf. Michael. "The swiffesf wings of recompense can ne'er o'erfake +hee." If you're feeling sorf of blue and wanf quick relief, "Cork" is fhe fellow fo see. He is a walking source of comforf, always willing fo help ofhers, even af his own inconvenience. Tried ouf for baseball, buf fhen decided nof fo play. Why? He was afraid of losing foo many balls, slamming fhem over fhe righf-field fence. JOHN F. HUG "JOHN" Sf. Lawrence. Swimming, '32 lCapfain, '33l. "E" Club. Class Baseball. "Smile- i1"s good for you." John displayed his afhlefic prowess on fhe swimming feam. For fwo years he has been fhe mainsfay of fhe feam, leading fhe way in almosf every meef. No maffer whaf frouble may assail him, John is always ready fo flash his beaming smile-and whaf a smile! JOSEPH J. JOHNSON "JOE" Sf. Lawrence. Class Baseball. Class Baskefball. "His life has many a hope and aim." "Joe's" career af Elder has been a huge success. He has proven himself fo be a sfudenf, as well as an afhlefe. He has never yef been seen under fhe spell of fhe blues. He is possessed wifh a greaf mind, a sferling characfer and a grim deferminafion fo suc- ceed. Wifh fhese qualifies, we are assured of his success in life. LEO KEMEN ' "LEE" Sf. Lawrence. Annual Sfaff. "A drawing pen my sword shall be, A drawing board my shield." Lee, a quief fellow in fhe classroom, expresses his ideas on fhe drawing board. His life-like drawings which adorn fhe drawing-room wall, and his wonderful help which he gave fo fhe Annual as a carfoonisf, give evidence of an arfisf. He wields a wicked skefching pencil, and his ambifion is fo draw "Jiggs" for fhe comic sheef. ' Page Twenty-three Page Twenty-four HAROLD KENDALL THHAH' I ST. Lawrence. E , H Class Baseball.. "lT is grea,T To 'granT: iT is mig,hTy To maize." "Hal" ioined ourioyous' company' in The Sophomore year, coming Trom The land oT KenTucky Colonels. YeT, despiTe This TacT, we have heard very Tew words Trorn him. He used his energy, noT in sTriving'Tor aThleTic Tame, buT in acquiring an educaTion ThaT wehknow will b'eneTiT him greaTly in laTer life. 4 ' PAUL F.' KERKHOFF' "KERK" T ST. Lawrence. Tennis, '32, '33. Band. '30, '3l, '32, '33. "E" Club. SecreTary oT SolaTec Club. SecreTary oT LiTerary SocieTy. y Annual STaTT. Q . "ChemisTry-I-iT's easy." T , Paul' can be ranked among The A-I sTudenTs of The Senior! Class. His consisTenT -eTForTs have,resulTed in TruiTTul realizaTions, we are surep He is The sTar chem- isTry pupil oT' The class, buT when PaulsgeTsi in The chemisTry laboraTory -iwaTch ouT. ANTHONYA AQ KLOCKE "TONY" , , ST.-CaTharine.4 Band, '3l, Class BaslceTball,. i ii "Hey, Sully!" , , , The only Senior ThaT never worries abouT his sTudies, and consequenTly he is always in ag iovial mood. His chieT pasTime.is combing his hair in class: coulcln'T do wiThouT Sullivan: and loves Modern-HisTory. , T CARL B.,KORFHAC-BEN "KORF" . Q ST. MarTin. STudenT SpiriTual Council. LiTerary ST-aTT. A Annual STaTT. Class Baseball. "l love To choose and see my paTh." I I A brillianT sTudenT, a wiTTy conversaTionalisT, and an affable companion-These are The reasons Tor "KorT's" populariTy aT Elder. He loves To indulge in The inTri- cacies oT ChemisTry, parTicularly The iomic Theory, bu'T he Tells us ThaT he really inTends To be a Tamous aero- nauTical engineer some day. eEoReE KRQECHTING "YATZ" ST. Teresa. SolaTec Club. FooTball, '3l, '32. "E" Club. Class Baseball. "The way is buT shorT-away!" "YaTz" has been wiTh us Two years, buT in This Time we have seen and heard much 'From him. He is a language sTudenT who delighTs principally in reciTing German: loves To play TooTball: and hasn'T missed an Elder sporT evenT in Two years. Monday mornings seem To be his weakness. EDWIN R. KUHN ' "ED" Sl. William. V Annual Slall. Manager ol Play. '33. "Sincerily is his password." E "Ed" is a sludenl ol whom lhe school can well be proud. Besides being one ol lhe "inlelligenlsia" ol lhe school, Ed has been successlul in several school socielies. The greal success ol lhe play by lhe 'Seniors was, lo a large exlenl, due lo his slcilllul managing ol il. DENNIS LAHEY HDENNYH P l-loly Family. A Class Baseball. Class Baslcelball. "Sublle as a Sphinx, yel dominaling all." Very seldom do we hear "Denny'f raise his voice in acclaim or resenlmenl in lhe classroom. yel we always lcnow he is presenl. l-le has never given lhe prolessors a minule's hlrouble, and is a genllemanbolh in' and oul ol lhe classroom. l-lis chiel paslime is giving speeches in Civics class. EDWIN H. LAMEIER "EDDIE" Sl. Michael. Class Baseball. Class Baslcelball. "My hearl is like a song." No beller lriend could one have. l-lis chiel ambilion is lo some day walk lrom a boxing ring wilh ,a cham- pionship bell in his possession. Bul Eddie will nol have lo rely upon his lisls as a means ol livelihood. lor he possesses a mind capable ol greal lhings. .l-le loves lo dress well, bul hales lo wear a lie. We ollen wonder whal he does down in Sedamsville every Sundaynighl. VINCENT LUEBBE i "LuEB" Sl. William. Annual Slall. Class Baseball. "Naughl man could do, have I lell undone." "Vince," besides having lhe repulalion ol being lhe lallesl lellow lhal has allended Elder in many a year, also possesses lhe marlcs ol an oulslanding scholar. l-le possesses an accurale knowledge ol Spanish. which is rivaled by all lhe Senior Spanish sludenls. BERNARD L. LUKEN "BERNiE" Sl. Aloysius. Track, '32. Class Baslcelball. "l loolc before and aller And pine for whal is nol." "Bernie" is a quiel sludenl, and anylhing he under- lakes is always well done. Allhough he hails lrom 'way oul lhere, none ol lhe Slale Avenue boys have suc- ceeded in pulling anylhing over on him. l-le is slow and easy-going. and always willing lo help oul a lellow-sluclenl. Page Twen ty-five JAMES J. McCREA "MAC" Sf. Leo. Baseball, '33. "Say, who won yes+erday?" "Mac" ioined us in fhe Senior year, coming from Mf. Alverno. His cheeriness made him a popular figure immediafely. There is nofhing he likes beffer fhan fo play baseball-and Civics. He is an orafor of no mean abilify, and has fallced his way ouf of plenfy of penalfy work. RALPH E. MEYER "RALPH" Sf. Lawrence. Vice-Presidenf of Solafec Club. Annual Sfaff. Class Baseball. "Thy soul was like a sfar, and dwelf apart" Everyone silenfly admires Ralph. He is indusfrious, reserved-an excellenf sfudenf and a much-desired friend. ln class he is fhe answer fo a professor's prayer: ouf of class he is fhe personificafion of genfle- manliness ifself. The indusfry he manifesfed as a sfudenf is his assurance cf success. HARRY A. MEYERS ..H.. - Resurrecfion. Class Baseball. Class Baslcefball. Golf. '32, '33. "E" Club. "Fore." Harry is a devofee of fhaf ancienf Scofch game, golf. Nafurally, he was a sfar player on fhe school golf feam. His calm disposifion never leaves him leven when he.gefs info a sand frap.l Alfhough Harry may never go blind from sfudying, he is really a good sfudenf. ROBERT M. MILLER "BOB" ' Blessed Sacrament Foofball, '33, Class Baseball. "A man, he is, fo all fhe counfry dear." "Bob" has convinced us of his Herculean sfrengfh by fhe way he sfopped fhe opposifion on The gridiron. He is one of fhose chaps who seldom speak when unnecessary, buf who, when he does speak, says plenfy. We feel fhaf fhe only misfalce he made since coming fo Elder was fhe buying of an ancienf "Dodge." BERNARD W. MONNIG "JUNE" Resurrecfion. German Club. Golf. '32. Class Baslcefball. Class Baseball. "A golf pro in disguise." One of fhe few modesf chaps af Elder. His am- bifion is fo become a union caddy. He is a very good marksman wifh an eraser and fakes parf in This pasfime frequenfly af fhe expense of ofhers. l-le claims fo be a good baslcefball player. Page Twenty-eight ROBERT J. MCORMAN "PAT" s+. william. ' DramaTic Club. Class Baseball. Track, '30, '3l, '32, '33. "On The sTage he was naTural, simple, a'ffecTing." "Bob" is an acTive sTudenT and well versed in any sporT. WhaT he likes mosT of all, Though, is To acT. He was also one of The mainsTays in The Track Team. and scored in almosT every meeT. He hopes To be one oT WalTer Hampdens casT some day.' CLIFFORD A. MUELLER "CLIFF" Holy Family. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTball. "His love Tor learning was in TaulT." We oTTen wondered abouT "CliTi." NOT ThaT we doubTed his abiliTy To do Things well, buT The way in which he did Them. His meThod oT doing Them oTTen necessiTaTed ai lasT-minuTe eTForT, buT he always came Through and many Times wiTh some sTarTling work. His claim To aThleTic Tame lies 'in his abiliTy To play leTT field much aTTer The manner oT "Chick': HaTey. JOHN W. MURPHY "MuRPH" ST. Aloysius. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTball. Track, '3I, '32, '33. Band, '3l. STudenT SpiriTual Council. "Come back To Erin." "Murph" is a progressive Tarmer ouT There in Bridge- Town. He inTends To sTudy commercial engineering- good boy! He loves To ask quesTions, especially in MaTh, and is FaTher Haneberg's sole worry. His yellow Chev always conTains "The one and only." JOHN X. MULVEY "JOHN" ST. William. Band, '30, '3l, '32, '33. OrchesTra. Civic and VocaTional League. DramaTic Club. "Cheve off To Buffalo." John Turns his ThoughTs To music every spring. He is a pioneer member oT Elder's band, and his Tuba playing is The high-lighT aT TooTball games. John aspires To be a mechanic, as he owns and works over an anTique ChevroleT. He is nonchalanT, and is a big inTeresT To The Tair sex. NICHOLAS J. MUELLER "NlCK" Our Lady oT PerpeTual Help. Class Baseball. Class BaskeTball. DramaTic Club. "For him lighf labor spread her wholesome sTore." His quieT and pensive aTTiTude makes us believe ThaT "Nick" is hiding his lighT under a bushel. He has never been seen under The spell oT The blues. One- Third oT The Sedamsville conTingenT. Formerly one of FaTher Kramer's TavoriTe LaTin sTudenTs. IT he succeeds in business as he has succeeded in baseball, his worsT is over. ROY J. MURRAY "ROY" Resurreclion. Track, '30, '3l. Class Baskelball. Class Baseball. "Sen'limen+aI genileman 'From Iliff." Roy's only worry is his hair: i+'s always in his eyes. I-le is a bundle of energy. is enlhusiaslic abou+ every- lhing, and will 'fry anylhing once. I-le is quile a sprinler, and his Track praclice slands him in good slead- chasing 'Ihe Selonnifes. RAYMOND W. NAGEL " RAY" Sl. Calharine. Track, '3l, '32. Foolball, '30, '3l. "E" Club. "Drink Io me only wifh 'Ihine eyes." Ray is beller known Io his many Wesiwood 'Friends as "I-langoverf' Why? Perhaps he oblained Thai boislerous laugh lwhich is his indelible idenliiicaiionl from lhe posilion as dealer in "Old Fords and whal' have you?" Besides social affairs and bowling, Ray likes +o smoke his lrusiy corncob. JAMES J. NAU "JIMMY" S+. Lawrence. Solaiec Club. Class Baseball. "Slow buf sure." An innocenl bysiander mighl be led To believe Ihai he does noi enioy Trig., his 'Firsl class, because he only comes for 'rhe lasl half of Ihe class. Furihermore, he is charmingly shy, or ai leasl seems 'ro Think il' useful io give Jfhal' impression. I-le is one of 'rhe besl' bowlers iniihe class, and we hope he will ccnlinue lo make "slrikes" lhrough life wilhoul any bad "breaks" lo mar his "score." WILLIAM B. PHELAN "BlLL" S+. Teresa. Fooiball, '3l, '32. Track, '32. Swimming, '33. Band, '30, '3I. "E" Club. g "Love makes The world go round." Bill has lhe repulaiion of being quile a ladies' man. Al' lasl we have discovered why he is so sorrowful during lhe winler monihs, when a cerlain young lady is. in Florida. His principal lype of lilerafure is the lyric poem, by means of which he skillfully confesses his love To l'he lucky girls. A ROBERT E. PU RNHAGEN "PURN" Sf. William. "Say, did you see +he new show?" "Purn" spends his Salurdays and Sundays downlown, going To ihe movies. I-le can name more movie slars in one minufe Than any usher can in one hour. I-le seldom loses his lemper al anylhing, no mailer how Irying il is lo him. I-lis good nalure is his biggesl' assel. Page Twen ty-nin e DENNIS P. RYAN "DEN" Sf. Michael. Foofball, '33. Class Baslcefball. Class Baseball. "'I'II gef fhere - evenI'uaIIv." "Den" is fhe boy wifh fhe classy sideburns. There is one class in which he is seldom heard from -- English class. I-Iis classmafes will fell you why. I-Ie is an easy- going fellow and very seldom loses his femper. Shaves every day-if he has fime. LOUIS F. SANDER "LOU" Our Lady of Perpefual I-Ielp. Class Baseball. "AIl's well fhaf ends well." Lou is seldom heard oufside of class, buf when il' comes fo give his ideas on fhe quesfions of "Capifal Punishment" he sure can pul' his poinf across. Uses Pepsodenf and believes everyfhing Kafe Smifh says abouf La Palinas. Flash-he has been menfioned for a place in fhe Sedamsville Council. Orchids fo you. Loul MICHAEL SCHAUER "MIKE" Sf. Teresa. "My lord, 'fis buf e base, ignoble mind Thai' mounfs no higher fhan a bird can soar." "Mike" goes for anyfhing scienfific. I-lis big hobby is shorl-wave radios, and he Icnows Them from A 'Io Z. Alfhough he lives in ,fhe wide open spaces, he is con- sfanfly shuffing windows. complaining of a draff. I-Ie is also anofher of fhose chaps who hopes 'Io beef Dr. Alelchine af chess. ROBERT E. SEBASTIANI "BOB" Sf. Teresa. Liferary Sociefy. Civic and Vocafional League. Annual Sfaff. Sfudenf Spirifual Council. Dramafic Club. Golf, '33. "Laugh and be merry." Bob's greafesf assef is a very pleasanf smile, which has won him many friends. I-Ie is a very 'Ialenfed sfudenf and a very successful lover. If is no longer a secref why Bob spends so much of his fime af home: fhe girl friend lives a few doors down fhe sfreef. ROBERT O. SMITH "SMlTTY" I-Ioly Family. Tennis, '3I, '32. "E" Club. Secrefary of Afhlefic Associafion. Manager of Swimming Team. Solafec Club. I "A swell fellow." "Smiffy" is Icnown by all fhe Seniors and underclass- men as a real fellow. I-Ie showed his service fo fhe school by capably filling fhe posifion of afhlefic manager, and manager of The swimming Team. A good sfudenfg Icind fo fhe Freshies: affends all fhe games: and loves dances. - Page Thirty-one Page Thirty-two ARTHUR A. SPITZMUELLER HART!! S+. Caiharine. Swimming, '33. Class Baseball. "E" Club. "Wai1' fill I grow my mustache." Ari is one of us. Though he hasn'+ 'fold us much aboui himself. he has revealed +his much 'ro us: he has failed in his aiiempi io raise a musfache. A greai help io ihe swimming feam: always fries his besi in class: a genileman always: and he doesn"i like lhe fairer sex -much. CLETUS STOESER "CLETE" S+. Cafharine. Liiera ry Socieiy. Annual Siaff. "Ach, do+'s easy." "Cle+e" is an ouisianding scholar of +he Senior Class. Alihough a quiei and reserved lad, he does noi hesifare io voice his opinions-especially in Civics class. Ger- man holds no fear for himjand if he coniinues 'lo acquire a knowledge of languages as he has done in The pasl, we expecl' +o see a language feacher in Fuiure years. HOWARD J. 'SULLIVAN "suLLY" L R S+. Lawrence. Class Baseball. A "Quie+ as +he' day is long." "Sully" is probably The mosi quiei 'Fellow in The class. He hasn"r displayed his scholasiic abiliiy 'io a very greai exieni, alihough we know Thai' he possesses The abiliry of a scholar. When "Sully" spoke, we always lisiened. LOUIS E. TABLER "LOUIE" L S+. William. Band, '30, '3l, '32, '33. School Orchesira. Dramaiic. Civic and Vocaiional League. "M usic, music, everywhere." "Louie" is a masier of 'rhe clarinef in boih 'lhe school and band. All in all, alrhough, we musi admii rhere are few beiier s+uden+s in Jrhe school, especially in English. He has a liking for long-siemmed pipes, and hopes some day 'ro lead an orchesira 'ro rival Guy's. E GEORGE J. TIETTMEYER "TI ETT" S+. William. Golf, '30, '3l, '32, '33, Baskeiball, '33. . "Caddy, my mashie." , ,, George has been 'rhe No. I man of 'rhe golf +eam for 'rhe pasi few years. His perfeciion as a golfer has ofren saved The Elder +eam from defeai. Bur he excells no'r only in a+hle'rics. His scholasiic record is also good. "TieH," ihe Seniors wish you success. ROBERT H. TRAUT "BOB" Resurreciion. Baseball, '32, '33, Class Baslcefball. "E" Club. i "Our Second Sac'cer." U Bob covered 'rhe lqeysione saclc for lhe baseball Team in a manner no? seen for many a year. Allhough no+ inclined To a greal' exlenl' inlelleclually, Bob gives his besl' eiiioris 'rewards his sludies. Good luclc in The world, Bob. E LE ,nov J. WEBER ."KENO" Si. Mar+in. Bancl, '30, '3l, '32, '33. "E" Club Liierary Sociely. "My mirih rolls from soul io soul." "Keno" is ihe Falsiaff of The Senior Class. His love 'for mirfh and gayeiy has oflen broughf him a siagger- ing amouni of penaliy worlc, buf he does fha? more cheerfully +han one would imagine. Roy is also an excellenf musician, and wilh his Jrrombone he inslills 'rhe lil+ing rhyihm info The Elder Band. . PAUL F. WELLINGHOFF "PAUL" Sf. Teresa. Lilerary Socieiy. Solalec Club. Presideni of A+hle+ic Associalion Annual Sfaff. , Class Baseball. Class Baskelball. "He never said a foolish 'lhing." Paul will undoubiedly succeed. Judging from lhe way in which he conducfed our pep-meefings, we are sure he is a born leader, and will be a dominaling figure in any field he en'rers. His record as a sluden+ speaks for ilself, and 'rhe noise is deafening. RAYMOND C. WINTERHALTER "WlNCH" S+. Teresa. Calholic Mission Crusade Liferary Sociefy. Traclc, '32. Class Baslceiball. "Sure, I lcnow him." "Winch" is one of The besf-lilced siudenis in ihe school. Everyone from Jrhe Freshmen 'lo lhe Seniors are well acquainied wi+h him and his good nalure. He wrifes leifers io a ceriain girl fwice a week-receives fhem iusf as ofien. He has a personaliiy rivaling 'rhal of Clarlc Gable. L JUSTIN A. WITTROCK 'WITT" , S+. Calharine. Fooiball, '30, '3l, '32 lco-Capiain. '32l. Baslcelball, '32, '33. "E" Club. Track, '33, "His hear? is as massive as his body." "WiH," as he is be'Her lcnown, is a real worlcer 'for Elder. Noi only has he loyally parlicipafed in 'lwo of The maior sporfs, buf he has also achieved honor as a siudeni. Always willing 'ro help ofhers, always endeav- oring 'fo work hard, and always sfriving +o give his besf, has made for him an innumerable number of friends. Page Thirty-four RALPH C. WOLF "ICH" S+. Caiharine. "Shoal 'lwo." "lch" is The main dog in The Sienna Club 5. He was one of 'rhe faifhful members of fhe "+heoraiical" Elife Club. His fondesi' memories of his high school days are his fryouis for +he 'rraclc 'ream and +he band. His enemies-none: his friends-many. FRANK A. YUNGER "FRANK" Resurreciion. Class Baskeiball. Fooiball, '3l. "Even fhough vanquished, he could argue s'rill." Franlc's principal means of exercise is argument Religion class especially afforded a wide field for his argumenlaiive powers. He is very much ai home on a baskeiball couri, and whenever he plays, you may be sure many feminine admirers are among The specfaiors. JAMES F. ZEIZER "J I M" Si. Aloysius. Delhi. y Track. '32, '33. V "l've been robbed of fhe decision." Jim is ihe pugilisiic genius oi ihe school. His 'friendly personaliiy has gained for him many friends. His aihlefic abiliiy is no check +o his scholasiic accom- plishmenis, 'for he is an indusfrious lad. His sfeady and dependable narure predicis success in la+er life. D LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF CLASS OF '33 , E, The members oT The Senior Class oT I933, desirous as we' are oT a Tair and equal disTribuTion of honors, privileges, and duTies collecTed by us in our Tour, or Tive, years aT Elder, and being, Tor The mosT parT, 'of sound mind and amazing memory, and in Tull knowledge oT our coming graduaTion, do This day, June I, I933, seT our hands To The Task of TormulaTing .This LasT Will and TesTamenT oT Class oT '33, ' W IT any one oT our heirs be dissaTisTied wiTh his inheriTance, he may come and see us abouT iT some Time. . .i A . .- The Tollowing beneTiT by our graduaTion: F Our Principal, Fr. BredesTege. A V I We wish To express our sincere Thanks Tor piloTing us wiTh saTeTy and success ,Through The mosT happy and busy year oT our T-ligh School career, and Tor insTiTuTing many needed reforms aT Elder. The FaculTy. . We hereby absolve you Trom The mosT pleasanT buT sTrenuous duTy of Teaching us. To you we leave: - . The duTy of insTrucTing our successors. , . The righT To assign penalTy work. The righT To use The wrong sTairs. H ' The righT To righT sTudenT wrongs. ' Full permission To park your "cars" in The rear oT The school. Class of '34. g , V N . - We hereby permiT Those who have passed .wiTh noThing' buT A's and B's in conducT To relinquish The subordinaTe TiTle and posiTion of ' "'Junior." 'To Them we leave: ' U . Q W Q A Full righT To The TiTle and privilegesl?l oT a Senior. RighT To smoke on The school's sTeps lduring' ChrisTmas holidays Onlyy ' V . I , g Q . The privilege OT 'ipunning" in class. ' i The righT'To visiT SeTon during The noon hour. T Privilege oT skipping classes lunTil caughTl. Classyof '3S. - 4 . A H We hereby absolve you from The duTy oT TormenTing Freshies. To you we leave: The honored TiTle oT "Junior," Full permission To ioin The "EliTe" Club. RighT To siTiin The presence lnoT The lapl'oT a Senior. RighT To have daTes. Warning: ln The words oT Vergil, The greaT LaTin poeT, "Donec." Leave ThaT To The Seniors. l Full permission To be OTl:ice Boys and To pick corn. RighT To speak aT The pep meeTings. Class of '36. We hereby pardon you for The crime oT being Freshmen, and Tree you Trom ThaT ignominious TiTle. To you we leave: The righT To be called Sophomores. RighT To haze Freshmen liT you can geT away wiTh iT.l RighT To slide down banisTers. DuTy oT relaTing To The new Freshmen The hisTory oT The elevaTor. The honor and privilege OT speaking To SeTon sTudenTs. You are permiTTed To own Fords, come To school on skaTes, bicycles, eTc. Page Thirty-five Class of '37. We hereby permil you lo enler Elder, and desire Thai you remain al leasr four years. lvlay lhey be 'rhe 'happiesl years of your lives.. To you we leave: . The classificalion of "Ereshie" wilh a one-year lerm. Warning: You may be re-elecledl The duly, righl and privilege of allending all alhlelic conlesls lbuy your passbooks earlyl, and sel an example in school spiril. Permission lo speak in The presence of Seniors. Always remember Jrhis: If The Eacully addresses you as "men," never, never look behind you wilh wondering eyes. Our Coach. We hereby acknowledge wilh lhanks your iailhlul work in The pasl, and we leave lo you: The privilege, righl and duly of lurning our championship leams. The respecled lilies: "Coach" and "Barr," Mil. ' We hereby absolve you from filing our names, making-oul our reporls, issuing penally paper, and gelling us our of "scrapes." To you we leave: A Our confidence lhal you will sland by our successors as you have slood by us. Thanks, Mill To Elder we leave: Our inilials in your desks. Four ol Jrhe happiesl and besl years of our lives. Our accomplishmenls. Our mislakes and sorrows--may 'rhey lie buried forever. Our school spiril. Our hearls-al leasl a large piece! To all our heirs we wish success and happiness. May you use your herilage 'lo your mulrual advan+age, and may you never forgel us, your benelaclors. lSignedl CLASS OF '33, ELDER HIGH. Wifnessesz IMA DODO, FERDINAND ZILCH. ROGER E. GRIESE. X273 Page Thirty-six 4, ll li yearly lil ill fllllllll fl.4?i,llllll 9 I W , g ., -.T 'fl . 235 -f A FOUR CHAPTERS OF EDUCATION ll, Freshmen: Affer much anficipafion on our parf, we arrive af Elder fo begin our secondary educafion. Wifh fhe help of fhe upper classmen linifiafionl we soon lose our feeling of newness and plunge info high school life. Our enfhu- siasm lfirsf bursf ofl soon wanes, for we find our new environmenf more difficulf fhan we had anficipafed. ln fhe presence of fhe mighfy upper classmen we losf our feeling of imporfance. Buf we. brave youngsfers, bravely overcome all obsfaclesand fhus mark fhe firsf budding of our fufure perseverance and diligence. We consider our firsf year well spenf, and fhe perfecf foundafion of our higher educafion securely laid. Forward fo l93 I! QZT Sophomores: Now we are numbered among fhe elife. Sophomores in realify! We sfill refain many of our "freshie anfics, buf fhe responsibilify of our posifion soon sobers us. The fragic deafh of our fellow-classmafe. John Kuhn, has somefhing fo do wifh if, and we become concerned wifh fhe fhings ahead of us. We are being cheafed fhis year, for we do nof have fhe privilege of hazing fhe freshies, buf we make up for if by sfaging A-I infermural baskef- ball and baseball games. Our pep is an inspirafion and our falseffo voices re-echo over many a foofball field. In general, we advance in wisdom and experience and knowledge before all men. Confinued in l932! l3l Juniors: "Sophisficafed Chuniors!" .Thaf's us. We are finally being re- garded as an imporfanf facfor in fhe life of fhe school. Our brawny class- mafes have become accomplished foofball, baseball, and baskefball sfars: our infellecfuals excel in fhe Liferary Sociefy. Civic and Vocafional League, Spirifual Council, and oraforical confesf. There are many new "profs" fhis year, buf fhaf facf does nof defer us from having many honor sfudenfs. Af lasf we are looked up fo by fhe underclassmen. and do we feel imporfanf! Asad blow comes fo our social hopes when, due fo fhe economic condifions. our celebrafed Junior Prom is called off. A Sefon fea serves as a compromise. Thus we complefe. much fo our feachers' amazemenf, our fhird high school year. Carry on, l933! ' Q41 Seniors: Seniors! Ahhh! The dawn of a new day! When Sepfember of I932 wifnessed our refurn fo fhe familiar halls of Elder, we discover fhaf we have a new principal fo lead us fhrough fhe final maze of our high-school educafion. Fr. Pefer J. Schnuck, who had been our friend and adviser fhrough our firsf fhree years, is given a parish and Fr. Francis J. Bredesfege is desig- nafed as his successor. lf is nof long before we are convinced fhaf our new Principal is a firm believer in work and discipline. Now, as we, fhe Seniors of l933, are preparing fo pass fhrough fhe old "Wesf door" for fhe lasf fime, we find fhaf we have profifed handsomely by fhe "new deal." If is indeed wifh an ever-growing sense of regref fhaf we -realize .fhaf our high-school days are fasf approaching a close, and we know fhaf asfhe years pass us by, our memories will recall fo us wifh increasing pleasure fhe happy days of our life af Elder. , Page Thirty-sevev 1' UNHEROIC COUPLETS A wonderlul alhlele and lady's man, loo. is our lriend, Misler Albers - Louie lo you! Backherms slarled in life handicapped ler- riblv: , T They chrislened him "Francis"-oulrighl cruelly! K' X . V Benninghaus is lhe boy who breaks lhe girls' hearls. - ' 'Tis said he's a model lor Harl. Schaliner 8: Marx.- Q - u , We hope lhal some day Berkemeyer will be seen Slrulling his sluli on lhe Hollywood screen. One day Berninoer paid lhe barber a visil: When he relurned. we all gasped: "Who 4 is il?" - Q Q g Bohmer is ollen absorbed in day dreams: He visions a collage and Ginny, il seems. "Sleep eighl hours a day" is an imporlanl , rule: ' ' Bonnerl, however, sleeps his eighl in school. Whenever around you a 'Fiddle you hear, You know riguhl away our lriend Breig is near. Brauch is al home on avbaskelball lloor: He also likes ealing-he comes back lor R more. - .- On someilulure dale in an arl gallery Brown's painlings exhibiled we hope lo see. Each day aller school you could see Brueg- gemeyer Perlecling his iump-lor he's a lrack slar. If some day you hear a loud knock al your door, ll's Brunsman, lhe salesman-his knocking ignore. ' A cerlain prolessor cannol pronounce names: Burn-si-de is proper, he slaunchly mainlains. Carroll's so lough lhal each lime he shaves He usually ruins a package ol blades. Crowe hasn'l discovered why he wenl lo school: He lells us he's had much more lun shooling ' pool. Dashley is conslanlly seen in Hyde Park: A red-head lives lhere who is lhe lad's spark. Delaney's a poel, he wriles and can croon: Allied wilh George Gershwin we'll all see him soon. Demmer's vocalion is newspaper work: Whalever he lries, he surely won'l shirk. His dad is a ieweler, and he is a jewel. Deler's'hearl seems lo be in a cerlain girls' school. Doepker should be a deleclive. we agree, The coach always called him his chieldepuly. Doyle, a lrark man, excels in lhe dash: He reminds us ol lighlning. he's such a llash. Possessing a lol ol hol air, lhis young man Named Dreiller was able lo play in lhe band. A clerk in a drug-slore, Expelage is a wow Al ierking lhe sodas, he really knows how! Essen should be a lawyer, he loves argumenl: He convinced John lhal prelzels are nol nourishmenl. Page Th irty-eight Ferneding is lhe lellow who made lhe prols mad: X. He always broke lesl lubes in Chemislry lab. Z "Lillle Jack Lillle" is good, you will lind: Bul if you hear Franke, you'll lhen change your mind. A mosl handsome lad, bul remarkably shy. Gerde lurns crimson when girls pass him by. "Poochers." warns Gilday, "please leave me alone: y No smokes will l give you: l'm rolling my own." A lover ol books. losl in deep raplure: A gianl is Glaug in all lhings bul slalure. We envy Sleve Granl, hes a privileged bral: When'a Redleg slrikes oul. he picks up lhe bal. ' Griese conducled our cheering, you know: Al baskelball games he pul on a lloor show. Guelhlein may always be lound in some shady nook. V T Absorbed in a lhrilling, bloodcurdling book. Heidel each Sunday is deeply engaged. Wherever a lense baseball ballle is waged. "Compelilion," says Kroger, "is making me gray. Thal Hemsalh is laking my buyers away!" A greal help lo bowlers is Herbers, we've lound: He sels up lhe pins aller qlhey've been knocked down. ll's a secrel how Holerer, our greal pride and ioy, Managed lo acquire all lhal avoirdupois. The leminine sex admires Holscher's curled l hair, So lelephone numbers are his grealesl care. A lover, a iesler, an aqualic bug, There's no end lo achievemenls accomplished by Hug. 4 A Johnson's hearl. we are sure. no lemale will sleal: This boy's in love.wilh an aulomobile. "A painlbrush," says Kemen. "is a mosl uselul lool." He cerlainly lollows lhis excellenl rule. Il a prize should be ollered lor silence. we know T Kendall's lhe lellow lo whom il would go. Where'er you see Kerkholi, you also will see A camera: his hobby is pholography. Klocke, who always is combing his hair, ls lhe answer lo mosl any shy maiden's -prayer. Korlhagen each nighl has :lo be in al eighl: His molher's consenl is required lor a dale. A buller and egg man, bul nol lrom lhe Wesl, Krechling's chiel paslime is robbing hens' nesls. Kuhn's parenls decided lo leave New York behind: 'Cause in Broadway show-houses lheir son lhey would lind. fConlinued on page 421 . L34 - ' -'-4.2 . x Fi- :Q-w L"f,g:E5 VJ ll fff I Ill W" WX S X xxx z XWQ XX XXX f f WX W WW N1 Sw UZII! . ' NNN! M 5 Ni x? N XW Wi K 9,1 5 I mint: ff I lu nl I If X I i I i . w i u My WW :M -ig., i,i,.-5.1-4 5,,., III-A BOTTOM ROW-G. Overbeck, F. Rack, C. Slrohofer, J. Brennan, V. Lagaly, R. Crowe, N. Nosfheicle, L. Flanigan. SECOND ROW-E. Sander, J. Weisenberger, J. Hausman, J. Annarino, C. Bayer, T. Dins- more, N. Ausling, C. Adam, R. Berding. THIRD ROW-C. Bonfield, J. Brennan, W. Alf, A. Timmerman, J. Glaser, F. Woelfel, J. Jacobs, W. Meyer. FOURTH ROW-E. Oblinger, R. Regner, W. Roessler, C. Berfing, J. Bafh, H. Pick, R. Schmidl, J. Cogan. TOP ROW-H. Meinerding, S. Meyer, R. Thieman, C. Wessel, H. Sellers, J. Beckman, B. Theurer. Absenreesz J. Berauer, P. Sunderman. Ill-B BOTTOM ROW-R. Lindeman, J. Boll, J. Schackmann, G. Schaefer, W. Brink, E. Kellmann, E. Kelley. SECOND ROW-R. Kerkhoff, R. Lampe, S. Bakes, J. Schneider, W. Rohan, J. Meier, P. Merkhofer, E. Benson. THIRD ROW-W. Tenbrunsel, C. Loos, A. Busche, L. Eilers, G. Meyer, V. Brockschrnidl, E. Hulh, A. Kayser. TOP ROW-C. Bonfield, A. Mueller, J. Ficker, J. Wegman, R. Hehemann, H.. Helmers, B. Knollmann, H. Bill. Page Forty ' v l l l 1 l .. .. , Ill-C BOTTOM ROW-D. McDonald, R. Meyer, R, Fifzpafrick, W. Mock, A. Groh, A. Kramer, J. Herking, R. Habig. SECOND ROW-E. Bode, V. Bunke, W. Sracey, R. Schneider, W, Roedig, L. Borgrnan, F. Friedman. THIRD ROW-W. McCarfhy, T. Kenney, C. Schnieders, J. Fischer, R. Sprenqard. FOURTH .ROW-D. Cassidy, E. Karhman, L. Mondary. Absenfees-J. Weber. FWHICH? l-le warned us all 'fo waich and pray, Lesi on Thai faial iudgmeni day We find ourselves 'mid unclean souls, Wilh ihem To fill poor wreiched roles. When he meeis me, will l-le say. "Oh, nol Lad. you cannol slay!" Or will l-le iniroduce me +0 l-lis friends, l-lis Sainls, l-lis Molher, loo?" Waller T. Delaney. Page Forty-ang gi :U N H EROIC COU PLETS-Confinuecl We fear for Lahey -he'd beffer beware, For girls as a rule prefer dark eyes and hair. "The Pride of Neave Sfreef" Lameier hap- pens 'ro be: Ask any young girl in fhe vicinify. "His head shook fhe sfars." a poef once said. When someone fold Luebbe, was fhaf lad's face red! Af a rural ball-park in fhe hof summer-fime. Bernard Luken sells pop fo fhirsfy mankind." "The German class room is fhe place l like bes+," Harry Lukens informs whaf we've already guessed. When if comes fo 'rap-dacing. you simply can'f beaf The fapping of Lynn wifh his frolicsome feef. When we saw fhe aufo fhaf Lyons had boughf, "The fellow is no business man," so we all fhoughf. Marischen, possessing an invenfive mind, Wears frack shoes when mowing fhe lawn, fo save fime. ' We can'f help buf laugh up our sleeves af McCoy: Wifh hair o'er his lip he's decided 'ro foy. McCrea as a waifer was offen rebuked For leffing his fhumb exfend in fhe soup. Ralph Meyer is one fellow whose manners are fine: We've never discovered where he spends his fime. A greaf frial fo feachers is Harry Meyers, who Shoufs ouf in class when he feels fhe urge fo. When nof selling groceries, Bob Miller may Dispose of fhe food in a differenl' way. Pinochle is Monnig's chief source of fun, And he generally wins, fhe son of a gun! Moorman possesses a fine bowling arm, So someone fhe weaker sex quickly should warn. . Cliff Mueller, if seems, shoofs a greaf game of, pool: His advice simply is: "Sfudy angles af school." When fhe umpire's harsh voice beckons, "Play ball," Nick Mueller' is firsf fo answer fhe call. Blowing ,fhe fuba is ,Mulvey's delighf: He's engaged in fhis hobby from morning fill nighf. As soon as each,prof concluded a lesson, Murphy sfood up fo ask him a quesiion. Murray's confenfmenf will noi be complefe 'Till he can sing song-hifs wifhouf a song sheef. A dull morning following a glorious nighf ls each Monday morning in fired Nagel's life. We should have pefifioned fo sfarf school af nine, ln order fhaf Nau could arrive fhere on fime. "Bill is a darling, my hero," sighs Ann: She refers fo Bill Phelan, her own ideal man. When fhe dog fo fhe moon sefs up a loud howl, Purnhagen goes ouf-iusf anofher nighf owl I+'s greaf ouf in Iowa, Reichle's informed: Thaf is fhe sfafe where fhey grow fhe long corn. In faking dicfafion, no equal has he: Renneker is fhe sfenog for our faculfy. If Richfer belonged fo fhe "Bean" family, His firsf name would be "Sfring," if's easy fo see. Connie Mack is in search of a pifcher, we're fold. Riesfenberg fosses curves like prefzels are rolled. Though hard fo believe, some say if is frue, Once Risch fook home only one book or fwo. Crankcases, and pisfons. and spark-plugs, and such, These Ryan's hearf-sfrings mosf quickly will fouch. An ambifious lad in fhe Bookkeeping class, Sander iuggles fhe figures, so he can'f fail fo pass. A radio experf-ihe besf you can find- Undoubfedly Schauer has a radio mind. Hair covered wifh grease. and fwo big, blue eyes, Sebasfiani's hobby is causing girls' sighs. Smifh's as imporfanf as one man can be: We nofice his name fills fhe direcfory. A swimmer, fhey say, has much masculine charm: Then surely fhe girls around Spifzmueller swarm. A professor spoke harshly fo Sfoeser, one day: He was noi' fhe same boy for many a day. Sunday walks 'neafh fhe moon-Sullivan's sole exerfion: "Buf I don'f like brune+fes," is his sfrongesf asserfion. A clarinef player is required in fhe band. So lef's give Lou Tabler a well-deserved hand. Tieffmeyer abandoned his drum for fhe links, He's' Bobby Jones' rival in golfing- he fhinks. An experf second baseman is our Roberf Trauf: He resembles Frank Frisch when he scampers about Chapman and Weber are alike in fhis case, Each one is an experf af sliding fo bass. An excellenf genfleman, Paul Wellinghoff: When he passes a lady, his haf he will doff: Winferhalfer believes +ha'r a leffer a day ls as good as a dafe, if fhe girl is away. Wiffrock is fhe fellow fhe girlies adore: On banded knees plainfively a dafe fhey implore. Al' baskefball Wolf is a figer, we see: He's a Paniher af school-whaf a menag- eriel "Now, lisfen, you guys, fo whaf I shall say," Frank Yunger advises The profs day by day. Sayler Park's confribuiion 'ro fhe cauliflower game, ls Zeiser, a fighfer of well-known fame. Now fhaf we've finished our poefic lines, You'll agree fhaf our class is composed of 'spupi HP WALTER T. DELANEY. 5 ll I wi af? , Xl I W! " I !,j 'r ,- is S CK -' I1- f-9 4 S Q 1' V V , 4 H :S H xx 4145 MII I, sf' ,ff X XD f WI vw xix .- ,, fr .p 1' Q-' ' X A "WM MW f Xxx 1.4 X L .5-.. 3-:D- u' I! X f gf ,' f q X N 4 f W X 1 JL -a 4-I Nag, x 1 4 fr- WAL1 Ffa WZ Jffmg' -,,,. .. i i :EX S X li ---- 1 ..- v .Q --h . .Q . ., Ll-wm---A if ----Q Q ' i ik 5 .,. - ,-- . . U? ' -Q Il-A BOTTOM ROW-H. Bosken, W. Kemper, H. Simon, R. Jennings, A. Cain, C. Luebbe, R. Hill, J. Hasserf. SECOND ROW-R. Moorman, J. Hoppe, H. Brinkmann, L. Rohan, P. G-lauq, J. Doyle, J. Budd, A. All- herr. THIRD ROW-W. Roddy, G. Meyer, W. McCoy, T. Hyland, J. Woyrsek, J. Roedersheimer, J. Brown. FOURTH ROW-G. Richfer, J. Davis, W. Herman, F. Schroeder, P. Gulzwiller, R. Kramer, E. Bird. TOP ROW-A. Harbsfreif, G. Eismann, J. Yunger. Absenlees: None. , Y -vw-ww, - . ll-B BOTTOM ROW--G. Feilhauer, C. Fifzgerald, R. Plagge, R. Eilerman, G. Voelker, L. Plogsled, J. Gunn, G. Rose. SECOND ROW-G. Grove, T. DeSalvo, S. Espelage, D. Lynn, R. Aull, N. Blflelmeyer, W. Bocklage, H. Mock. THIRD ROW-A. Defers, H. Holbrook, O. Bross, W. Lipps, E. Wesseling, A. Ren- ner, H.,Van, J. Yunker. FOURTH ROW-E. Klumb, R. Hengehold, R. Windgassen, R. Trauf, R. Boeing R. Marzheuser, B. Tekulve. TOP ROW-E. Ruwe, R. Monnig, A. Schoenig. Page Forty-four ll-C BOTTOM ROW-R. McCrea, M. Kraemer, H. Schachleiler, T. Zeiser, R. Olfaway, E. Welllnghoff, T. ' E Sh der R. Schloemer, L Rack R Schaefer, Lufmer, W. Regan. SECOND ROW-J. Kalser, . croe , . , . ' - J L fz N. Inderhees, R. McCabe, R. Kuhn, R. Ahr, R. Oker, F. Wnlzbach. THIRD ROW R. C-roneman, . u , R Ranz H Purcell FOURTH ROW-E. Berlke, J. Vicar, P. Guelhlein, N. Rieskamp, J. Bugganer, JI Huber. TOP Row-cz. Bowling, N. Brinker, R. Hug, c. Madman. l 1 l l ' ll-D BOTTOM ROW-R. Barlel, J.'Rulander, H. Foken, E. Budde, N. Mangold, E. Tapke, W. Savas, J. Pieper SECOND ROW-V. Herborl, N. O'Connor, J. Rofhan, C. Waldvogel, C. Lengerlch, P. Keckels, F. Ren- ' ROW J. Schaller, R Kesllng, W. Clark R. Wlllen, W. Mause sung, W. Backherms, T. Kunnen. THIRD - . , ' URTH ROW-J. O'Dowd, G. Smilh, J. Fleler, G. Brenner, W M. Young, M. Mayer, H. Monnug. FO Schell P. Acilo, W. Greiner. TOP ROW-T. Wellinghoff, J. Armslrong, W. Plogsled, R. Sullhoff, R. Ter brueglgen. Absenlee: C. Pfelfer. A Page Forty.-fi've l Il-E BOTTOM ROW-L. Lelang, H. Luebbe, E. Dryer, C. Cummins, L. Honerlcamp, T. Coleman, E. Vogel J. Minor. SECOND ROW-R. Kluesener, W. LQH, J. Moran, V. Messer, L. Bruemmer, R. Cunningham D. Murnan, T. Lyons. THIRD ROW-C. Connolly, R. Bufen, R. Harmeling, A. Ufrechf, J. Dennis, R ' Wiflerslaelfer, C. Munlel. FOURTH ROW-R. Vehr, H. Roferl, R. Morgan, H. Mohr, E. Weber Absenlees-E. Krufhaup, T. Kaln. l I Sgjlfg 17449 0 S.: VP 0 ty QQQJQ-YS, . 1' Q L V fy'-N -in . 6:5 xC, 5071 n ,,x' 'A F E211 gl '5y'D"TflQlTff5u: , ff-f fi:-,L , Y C D - -".fzQ,g xj K uw C J F H Q Page Forty-six 1 - ,L- -,... ...., -a ,,...- 'r ,,.,1 '1 11 .ilu - '1,,- -- ,..-.L ....... -1 --1 ,,-..,,,.. - -,.......-.,.... 107 f , ,-f"Lf"i F Z ' , fl, I 7 ff f dz' if I! A f ff 2 1 L 1 1 I E 1, -nw I 0 f, Qf: W -f ff . f r. I 1. 1 1 .jf NM 1' : Wi .ffl QV M nj!! .'A ,f. 1 fff if .' Wx ' 5 WWI!! xkff' X' I :Ep . .H " IX Z ff V -gi ' X ill? f f I E frf-jf " ..,..- I N Y W 7 xx I ' ,f wx Q' ss- J 6:8 f W 5-S4 I k '5 --+ TQ7 fi ' , :"'- A. X54 f 1 L4'i- ' V-. -Q , ' --F--iii. H jx 'ff'--. -., fo xi' 91427 i 1 l 4 I-A - BOTTOM ROW-E. Schlank, C. Rolfes, W. Hoffman, J. Weber, A. Schlinkerl, E. Thompson, F. Frifsch H. .Lampe. SECOND ROW-A. Ranz, J. Vale, J. Wessel, H. Chasfang, T. Schaible, V. Eckhoff, J Weisenlnerger, W. Kneer, W. Brankamp. THIRD ROW-E. Weimeyer, H. O'Toole, R. Gerfh, A. Diefzel IRI. Bserginga E. Neggermann, J. Mayer, L. Wensfrup. TOP ROW-J. Heeg, C. Wald, W. Grunkemeyer . c ran . I-B BOTTOM ROW-J. Silbernagel, T. Ryan, J. Krummen, C. Voss, J. Wahl, H. Krimpelman, E. Heilker J. Wellinghoff. SECOND ROW-R. E. Volz, R. Laumann, H. Wachsmufh, L. Grimm, W. Puflmann W. Luken, R. Jennings, R. Carlisle, R. Grofer. THIRD ROW-R. J. Volz, W. Minnery, E. Schoener J. Bill, A. Huber, R. Bockersfeffe, D. Dewar, J. Sohmer. FOURTH ROW-A. Weidman, W .DiMuzio J. Martini, J. Herbe, C. Kemme, W. Rolhan. Page Forty-eight l T 1 l T l I-C BOTTOM ROW-C. Rechsfeiner, C. Bonfield, P. Cafanzaro, R. Schaumleffel, C. Geier, D. McGrath, F. Summe,'F. Meisenhelder. SECOND ROW--A. Bode, J. Keafing, N. Gales, J. E. Crowe, R. Greiner, R. Weigel, P. Zimmer, F. DeGrood. THIRD ROW-A. Bill, B. Molnar, J. Connors, R. Peaker, J. Hughes, S. Rizzo, J. J. Crowe. TOP ROW-T. Welch, J. Monahan, R. Riffer, E. Baum, G. Janson. I-D BOTTOM ROW-J. Papania, R. Weil, J. Kern, H. Sfoeber, R. Timmers, J. Dwyer, J. Wall, R.,Rein- sfafler. SECOND ROW-G. Myers, F. Anie, R. Harpenau, A. Luebbe, G. Meyers, W. Grannen, L. Myers, R. Neyer. THIRD ROW-F. Luken, J. Sfunfebeck, H. Kenning, M. Carroll, R. lmholf, R. Alf. TOP ROW-M. Haier, G. Menges, E. Burdick, E. Kluener, E. Heyob. Page Forty-nine I-E BOTTOM ROW-R. Lameier, L. Bonkowski, G. Gugel, J. Schomaker, J. Thesing, O. CrockeH',' R. Traulh, J. Scholl. SECOND ROW-B. Kalhman, E. Bauer, J. Keilholz, P. Huber, A. Herr, E. Fifzpalrick, G, Singer, R. Dinsmore. THIRD ROW-J. Conly, A. Cook, P. Loffman, R. Mappin, L. Keller, P. Willing, R. Maly. FOURTH ROW-M. Sieve, A. Bohman, W. O'Herron, B. Bauman, J. Esselman. I-F AND I-G BOTTOM ROW-P. Neumann, F. Moll, E. Long, R. Lang, J. McClelland, F. Noell, C. Kemper, SECOND ROW-L. Brunner, J. Greeley, R. Bronerl, E. Callahan, R. Gulzwlller, C. Knapp, R. Berning, R. Menninger. THIRD ROW-H. Kinney, J. Dacey, R. Lundy, T. Kavanaugh, J. Tomlinson, E. Woelfel, R. Wessel, F. Annarino. FOURTH ROW-J. Windgassen, R. Moorman, J. Tielfmeyer, H. Keman, L. Bernens, P. Clausing. Page Fifty ' Q I Lu I flftiuitivfn ,s--Q-j R- -,gf - Q iff' T.. ff? X xi ..f-'--1+5L sd' E'-'T----"':"""'Y+s,NT gh HT ,aw 9 'U Fr. Alfred G. Sirilch is The presenl lvloderaior and Direcior. The members DRAMATIC CLUB BOTTOM ROW-N. Mueller, J. Wiifrock, J. Mulveyg Rev. A. Sfrifch, Direcforg R. Moorman, R. Griese, L. Tabler. SECOND ROW-H. Monnig, H. Meinerding, R. Sebasfiani, R. Richter, N. Glaug, L. Fried- man. TOP ROW-E. Kuhn, L. Gerde, R. Winferhalfer, T. Brown. DRAMATIC CLUB HIS year Elder proudly launched an aclivily new lo lhe school-a Dramalic Club. Hs iirsl and only produclion was The iavorile old comedy, "The Seven Keys 'ro Baldpa+e," which was presenled al Selon "Thea+er." The play was given for 'rhe beneiil of The "Eldorado," and was hearlrily commended by Jrhree highly apprecialive audiences. l-lenceiorlh, 'rhe Club proposes io slage al leasl one dramalic presenlalion each year. include: Thos. J. Brown lvl. Nicholas Glaug Louis Gerde . Roger E. Griese Edwin Kuhn John X. lvlulvey Nicholas Mueller Roberi Richler Page Fifty-two Roberl E. Sebasliani Louis Tabler Juslin Vlfillroclc Law. Friedman l-lerb. lvleinerding l-larry Monnig Ray Winlerhaller bldexs I' ll' i,i'i hil"'1 I QT S Wllllllllllirln lllilllllllllllligi. T il " UR NG The year l932-I933 The S'TudenT SpiriTual Council enjoyed iTs mosT'successTul year, a TacT ThaT was due principally To an exTensive reorganizaTion in The socieTy. By issuing a spiriTual bulleTin, The Council was able To keep in close Touch wiTh The sTudenT body. This, TogeTher wiTh a revised religion schedule, Tended To draw The co-operaTion oT The sTudenTs more Than in any pasT year. To supplemenT The bulleTin. a bi-monThly characTer builder was issued. lTs purpose was To build characTer by way oT aspiraTions. Through iTs new organizaTion The socieTy has also made iT possible Tor The individual sTudenT To become an acTive member in The Council. The meeTings, held in The gymnasium, included The enTire sTudenT body. Pledge cards were disTribuTed To all The sTudenTs, and The reTurns, as evidenced by The Religious Survey, were highly graTiTying. The STudenTs SpiriTual Council sponsored a Triduum Tor vocaTions To The priesThood. LasT December, a Novena To The l-lol Family Tor The parenTs oT The sTudenTs was concluded wiTh a Solemn High Mass aT ST. Teresa Church.. The enTire sTudenT body received Holy Communion aT This Mass. By placing The religion Teachers as moderaTors oT The S+uden+s SpiriTual Council, The socieTy has been connecTed wiTh The sTudenT body by a link which will never be broken. The Council and sTudenTs are in consTanT conTacT, and whaTiway is beTTer To induce spiriTual works Than by making Them play a parT in The scholasTic liTe oT The sTudenT? ModeraTors A Fr. James T. Hurley Fr. Urban R. Koenig I Fr. AugusT J. Kramer Fr. Leonard J. Vonderbrink Officers . Roger E. Griese . . . .... PresidenT Bernard Breig .... .... S ecreTary John B. Ficker ..... .Vice-PresidenT Dennis F. Ryan ......... Treasurer THE RETREAT g T On April IO, ll and IZ, Elder sTudenTs wholehearTedly Turned Their ThoughTs To a more serious consideraTion oT Their lives. lT was on These days Th'aT we held our annual reTreaT in SeTon AudiTorium. V The Reverend FaTher AnTonine Brockhuis, O. F. M.. conducTed The reTreaT. On The morning oT Wednesday, April l2, The reTreaT was broughT To a close wiTh Mass, general Communion, BenedicTion oT The MosT Blessed SacramenT and The Papal Blessing. The reTreaT was sponsored by The STudenTs' SpiriTual Council and held during The TirsT Three days oT l-loly Week, is an annual evenT aT Elder and will, in a way immeasureable, meriT G-od's blessing Tor The school as a whole and The pupils individually. May The graces gained during our reTreaT conTinue To exerT Their blessed inTluence ThroughouTiour lives! Page Fifty-thre 3 STUDENTS' SPIRITUAL COUNCIL BOTTOM ROW-J. Thesing, C. Sfrohofer, J. Ficker, R. Griese, D. Ryan, B. Breig, E. Benson, F. Schroeder. SECOND ROW-J. Keafing, J. Yunker, A. Luebbe, H. Keman, E. Schoener, E. Berfke, W. Schell. TOP ROW--F. Noell, H. Roferl, H. Luebbe, R. Sebasfiani, R. Meyer, T. Kavanauqh. Absenfee-J. Wessel. I I THE ANNUAL STAFF BOTTOM ROW-G. Beninghaus, F. Defers, W. Delaney, P. Kerkhoff, W. Reichle, Edifor-in-Chief, V. Luebbe, C. Korfhagen, L. Essen. SECOND ROW-N. Glaug, J. Nau, P. Wellinghoff, W. Brueg- gemeyer, L. Albers, L. Kemen, B. Breig, R. Meyer. THIRD ROW-E. Kuhn, R. Dashley, C. Sloesser, T. Brown, R. Ferneding, R. Sebasflanl. TOP ROW-R. Renneker, C. Risch, R. Griese. Page Fifty-four X .59 I - a l CIVIC AND VOCATIONAL LEAGUE BOTTOM ROW-J. Meier, R. Fernedinqg Rev. Wm. T. HilverT, ModeraTorg L. Tabler, W. Franke. SECOND ROW-J. Brown, E. Berlke, R. Heyob, E. Benson, W. Schell, H. Chasfang. TOP ROW- B. Bauman, J. Mulvey, R. Sebasfiani, R. Griese, H. Bill. THE CIVIC AND VOCATIONAL LEAGUE HE speciTic purpose OT The Civic and VocaTiona League oT The Parochial Schools is To help build up a high Type oT acTive and inTelligenT ciTizenship among The boys and girls oT our schools. In order To do This. The League 'brings To Them a TirsT-hand knowledge oT The business, The indusTrial, and The -governmenTal liTe oT The communiTy. ProminenT CincinnaTians, who addressed The sTudenTs aT regular bi-monThly meeTings, and supervised Tours oT inspecTion 'Through inTeresTing business and governmenTal esTablishmenTs, esTablish The mediums Through which This knowledge is imparTed To The sTudenTs. The Civic and VocaTional League came inTo exisTence in January, l9l5, as a re3ulTioT The ToresighT oT civic-minded members oT The Chamber OT Commerce, and since iTs birTh This League has accomplished such meriTorious work ThaT iT has become recognized as a necessary complemenT oT The CaTholic sysTem oT -educaTion in CincinnaTi. The spiriT oT The Civic and VocaTional League is 'expressed by The AncienT AThenian oaTh and by The slogan, "Know your ciTy, love your ciTy. serve your ciTy." In This year's League, direcTed by Rev. ArThur 'I-l. Froehle, Elder was represenTed by TiTTeen members-six Trom The Senior 'Class and Three Trom each oT The lower classes-each oT whom acTively parTicipaTed in The annual Boys' Civic ResponsibiliTy Day. In addiTion, Elder -enioyed The privilege oT having The PresidenT oT The League. Roy J. Ferneding, -chosen Trom iTs Senior Class. i A Page Fifty-file -M .l D i oo l oo SW jll I K r " Ql 'Q " li 4 Q' ' R '.-' '- me i i .-QT l 2 f'7,T ' f'l'i'l A'i's. l - ly N uys ? ilif 'li , " v V. K l l P illfi I ' T 1 ., ,fl 1:11-Kiwi.. . . , , , I-IE S'olaTec Club has always been Elder's mosT inTluenTial and acTive organizaTion. and iT announces wiTh pride The end of iTs mosT successful season. ' The name, SolaTec, is derived from The LaTin words, SocieTas LaTinae Eccle- siasTicae. which means: The SocieTy oT EcclesiasTical LaTin. The Club's purpose is, as The name implies, The sTudy of Church LiTurgy-aT weekly meeTings. Besides This purpose. however, The Club also performed oTher acTs of meriT- a biT oT chariTy aT ChrisTmas-Time, and The annual LaTin Essay ConTesT con-- ducTed in April, The prizes Tor which were disTribuTed on Class Day. Fr. Edward B. KoTTer is The presenT moderaTor. The oTFicers and members are: Roger E. Griese .................... PresidenT Ralph E. Meyer ...... . . .Vice-PresidenT Louis B. Albers ........ ......... S ecreTary Raymond l-l. Espelage ............... Treasurer Paul E. KerlchoTf James E. Nau George J. KrechTing RoberT L. SmiTh John J. McCoy CleTus SToeser Paul E. WellinghoTT l 1 l l 2 i i '1 4 i x T I! 4 i i BOTTOM ROW-L. Albers, R. Grieseg Rev. Edw. KoTTer, Moderaforg R. Espelage, R. Meyer. SECONDa ROW-P. Welllnghoff, R. SmiTh, J. McCoy, J. Nau. TOP ROW-C. Sfoesser, G. KrechTing, P. Kerkhoff., Page Fifty-six ADRIES and Genllemenz Meel Jrhe Lilerary Sociely. Organized in l924- by Fr. Schnuck, 'rhe sociely has advanced each year. un+il il has reached 'rhe climax of i'rs achievemenls in I933. Long aller lhe Senior Class of '33 has become a memory lhe speeches made by lhe sociely during Jrhe year will re-echo Jrhrough Elder's corridors. "+o lhe las+ syllable of recorded lime." Unforlunalely, lhe conslilulion, which has a habil of disappearing. was losl or deslroyed. Accordingly, a commillee of Thomas Jelilersons was appoinled for lhe purpose of wriling a new conslilulion. The documenl which evolved was decidedly progressive and permirs Juniors as well as Seniors lo be eligible for audience. A new moderalor, Fr. Haley. look office Jrhis year, and his conslruclive crilicisms were 'ro lhe socie+y whal rare wines are 'ro lhe connoisseur. To 'rhe following Seniors whose praiseworlhy speeches are models +o lheir successors, we bid a regrellul farewell: Berninger, Breig. Brueggemeyer, Delaney, Ferneding. Glaug, Griese, Kerlcholzl, Korlhagen, Reichle, Sloeser, Weber and Wellingholif. The officers for Jrhe year: Willard Reichle .... ........ P residenl Roy Lindeman . . . . . .Vice-Presidenl Paul Kerlcholil ....... ......... S ecrelary Edward Kelly ......... ..... S ergeanr-a+-Arms Rev. James R. Haley .............. lvloderalor , BOTTOM ROW-R. Griese, P. Wellinghoff, E. Kelley, P. Kerkhoff, W. Reichle, R. Lindeman, C. Korfhagen, -G. Schaefer. SECOND ROW-N. G-laug, V. Bunke, W. Tenbrunsel, E. Benson, J. Hausman, H. Bill, R. Kerkhoff, S. Bakes, L. Friedman. THIRD ROW-W. Delaney, J. Ficker, J. Schackmann, C. Sroesser, R. Ferneding, L. Weber, W. Brueggemeyer. FOURTH ROW-D. Cassidy, V. Brocksmifh, R. Meyer, R. Schneider, R. Sebasfiani. TOP ROW-J. -Boff, R. Berninger, W. Blome. Absenfee-R. Berding. Page Fifty-seven. FTER Three years oT TaiThTul service in The various school acTiviTies, The "Old Guard" oT The Elder l-ligh School Band prepares To leave. The members oT The band have seen acTual service on many diTTerenT TooTball Tields and many baslceTball courTs. They have been heard over The radio and have aT various Times assisTed ivlayor Russell Wilson in dedicaTion ceremonies. Probably The lasT Time ThaT The Senior members oT The band will wear The Purple and WhiTe oT Elder will be aT Corcoran Field on The nighT oT May ,l2, when They will parTicipaTe in The TirsT Annual Band ConTesT oT The CaTholic l-ligh Schools. May Their Tinal appearance be made in a glorious Triumph! During The scholasTic year The band developed inTo a Tine musical uniT under The compeTenT direcTion oT Mr. Jung. Our success is also maTerially aTTribuTable To The WelTare AssociaTion Tor purchasing The band insTrumenTs and making iT possible Tor us To sTudy music under so capable a direcTor. This year a cadeT group was organized in order ThaT new members oT The band could be Trained To Take The places oT Those who are bringing Their band careers To a close. The graduaTing members, To whom we oTTer our congraTulaTions and besT wishes Tor conTinued success. are: Bernard Breig RoberT Doyle Louis Essen Nicholas Glaug Paul KerlchoTT l-larry Lulcen John lvlulvey Louis Tabler George TieTTmeyer Leroy Weber JusT beTore The Annual goes To press we learn ThaT The band won The Trophy in The Diocesan l-ligh School Band ConcerT. CongraTulaTions To The band and Mr. Jung! Page Fifty-eight TL 5-o OUR CHAMPION BAND TTOM- ROW-R. Greiner, N. Glaug, G. Gugel, L. Tabler, H. Helmersg L. Friedman, Drum Mai Kerkhoff, R. Berfing, L. Rohan, J. Weisenberger, P. Zimmer. SECOND ROW-H. Holbrock, J. Win ssen, C. Berfing, L. Weber, L. Essen, W. Rohan, H. Luken, J. Dreifler. THIRD ROW-R. Barre Krufhaup, R. Trauf, W. Greiner, M. Kraemer, G. Tie++meyer, J. Mulvey. TOP ROW-B. Breigg M gusl Jung, Direclorg H. Sellers, R. Doyle. BO P. ga E. Au Page Fifty-nin e IN MEMORIAM BROTHER JCE Our one greaT sorrow oT The pasT year was The sudden sickness and deaTh oT BloTher Joseph MeTze our beloved drawing Teacher I-Ins passlng was a shock To us all because oT :Ts SWITIDGSS and unexpecTedness The sTudenTs whom he loved and who loved and revered hum publicly proclaimed Their sorrow and sympaThy by aTTendnng a solemn Funeral I-Ilgh Mass aT ST Lawrence Church offered Tor The repose of has soul BroTher Joseph oT The Poor BroThers oT ST Francis Seraph was one of The ploneer Teachers aT Elder and had been wlTh The school slnce :Ts ToundaT1on I-Ie TaughT drawing boTh mechanucal and 'Freehand and many oT hus drawings TogeTher wlTh Those of hus besT puplls sTnII adorn The wall oT The drawing class We know ThaT all who ever knew hum have lolned Thelr prayers To ask The MasTer Whom he served so well To granT hum eTernal resT I-Ie gained Trom Heaven Twas all he washed a Trlend LOUIS WUELLNER sTudenT I F MAURICE CALLAI-IAN oved TaTher oT Edward Callahan MRS JESSIE NEYER oved moTher oT Raymond Neyer I D MRS LILLIAN OTTAWAY oved moTher oT Roy OTTaway 2 C MPS MARGARET LINDEMAN oved moTher oT Roy Lnndeman 3 B ALBERT KOENIG oved broTher oT FaTher Koenrg WILLIAM J LABODIE oved TaTher oT FaTher LaBodue "I-Ie gaye To Misery all he Iyuad, a Tear: . y l H be , me ' be ' . - . I ' be ' , - . X I be I' , - . be ' I ' . ' be I I ' . I ge Si lik! 1 4 , y A S541 lx XX , all In bi Q NNW i C Y 0 Qs 049 Y- f A, Q U3 'Q K H if W , TX ' W' D' 'Q W Z m ,fl fqx ly X XX ? NWQ J ,W fl, XXX 2 f " N X 'A' 1, AX X N t A,', XM .1, ,X XX 1 W , k X 1 4' ff N- xx mx x 7 W, X J 11 N , 'ff M NLE X f r fs N f + 2 r I f' I 1' y fl X f". R! LX X, ,. 4 Z 1 I MW NL"'N " " H , ,ggi '61 s f x If E T l C 3 1 M OUR COACH T " ART" has been producing good Teams aT iT as a maTTer-oT-TacT aTFair. IT would be "news" only if he didn'T. BuT good Teams are noT so- much maTTer-oT-TacT. They are The TruiT oT long, painsTaking, hum-drum worry and work on The parT oT The coach. This is iusT anoTher way oT' saying ThaT a coach's liTe is no bed oT roses excepT' Tor The Thorns. "BarT." as long as we've known him, has always been a sTickler Tor Tair play, boTh on and OTT The Tield. And whaT he is a sTickler Tor, his Teams puT inTo pracTice on The Tield. ThaT, say we. is coach- g g ing. The members oT his Teams are more To him- Than iusT so many aThleTes. They are- sTudenTs who have lessons To learn on The TooTball Tield, on The baskeTball courT, and on The diamond. IT "by Their TruiTs you shall know Them" is True. Then "BarT" has reason To be proud. Some oT The cleveresT aThleTes in CincinnaTi learned from himl Too. he has never made The misTake oT considering aThleTics The end, noT The means. If we could prophesy, we would say ThaT Elder is sure oT good Teams as long as "BarT" is here. WaITer BarTIeTT, A. B. FX!-DQI3 OUR ATHLETIC DIRECTOR I-IE deparTure Trom The school oT Fr. CleTus Kunz, our Tormer aThleTic direcTor, was bad news To Elder sTudenTs. We had learned To admire him greaTIy Tor his Tireless labors in behalT oT PanTher aThIeTics. However, we soon discovered ThaT his successor, Fr. James L. Krusling, was mosT capable oT assuming The responsibiliTies oT The aThleTic direcTorship. WiThin a very shorT Time Fr. Krusling, aIThough handicapped by The schoIasTic schedule, Tormed inTer-class baskeTball and baseball leagues and iniecTed inTo inTra-mural aThIeTics a spiriT ThaT had previously been absenT. Fr. KrusIing's enThusiasm was conTagious and quickly spread ThroughouT The sTudenT body, insuring our Teams more encouraging 'supporT Than They had known in recenT years. To Fr. Krusling we exTend our appreciaTion Tor his well-direcTed eTTorTs in behalf oT Elder aThIeTic acTiviTies and The wish ThaT he may meeT wiTh even greaTer success in The years To come. Page Sixty-two Elder so long ThaT we have come To accepT U+4mE -QUE OL - 2 CU 5t82f U10 mx cv Nmbo I Org 16 m Uggjuf 6 ci ' 3 C 1- 25??w '-O2 C5 lgfw 9? focal EOQM ' M O"' C U I0 omg'-'E as no R. Mor ECON 'rrock hoff. hi, r S Wif n-g us ui J. Denn ss aly We 59 8 - 0 0 L... . "'r':-ag 23 54269 F M 'JE 1.- A09 4 H- " E20 O 6 0 E Q55 M -6 oILnm"-.E u.L.:.33,9 OG- + H- U- C 0 Lu- .C - +0 ogfflm g A - agbgw iiwo. Mc U 'U '.7, C m, Manager 5-Ein 'U'-Um Us 3g.? U .Eg .C SU- Cru' ,-52003 u E'D -..o.. 'UDOQC + Q L. J. Gehru 565' R :LE 4-M U1 ' F5 A-.545 0 E.: O 8 HMUIL EFS 3 vu L H 0 pm O 'O . . . mLDO.1-1.1 Page Sixty-three Q W if Lamm- N an eTForT To uphold The repuTaTion of Elder's aThleTic Teams, boTh in respecT To compeTiTive abiliTy and good sporTsmanship, a IighT buT hard-TighTing TooTball Team seT ouT To do iTs besT Tor The Purple and WhiTe. This year The Team was noT so successTul-iT we consider success in The lighT oT vicTories and deTeaTs, buT vicTories and deTeaTsvdo noT give due crediT To aThleTic Teams. This year's Team was one oT The scrappiesT aggregaTions ever Turned ouT by Elder. The Team, Though inexperienced, was composed oT good sporTs, hard TighTers and courageous losers. V ATTer Coach BarTleTT had reduced The squad, iT consisTed oT The Tollowing members: Brennan, Brauch, Eilers and SchaeTer, ends: co-CapTains, l-loTerer and WiTTroclc: STrohoTer, KrechTing, KeTTman and Ryan, Tackles: Miller, Back- herms, Annarino, McCoy and S'chmidT, guards: Lagaly and Schroeder, cenTers: Albers, Plagge and EiTzgerald, quarTerbaclcs: Eilerman, GueThlein, Vicar, WellinghoTT and Phelan, halT-baclcs, and Thesing, Mohr and Burnside, Tullbaclcs. ATTer selecTing The above-menTioned players, The coach wiTh his squad was ready To plunge inTo The TenTh season oT Elder's exisTence. WOODWARD l2, ELDER 0 The Purple and WhiTe grid represenTaTives sTarTed The TooTball season by playing hosTs To The huge Woodward Bulldogs. The boys Trom The downTown school used Their overwhelming weighT To advanTage and scored Two Touch- downs To Elder's none. However, Elder ThreaTened To cross The Bulldogs' line many Times in The second half, buT To no avail. The PanThers enTered The game wiThouT The services oT Their veTeran co-CapTain, Lou HoTerer. The running oT Thesing and Albers and The punTing abiliTy oT Eilerman promised greaT Things Tor TuTure games. NeverTheless, iT was a Tough game To lose. "lT was all new To us, and Woodward's greaTer experience carried The day." 1 "lvy" Baclcherms. HUGHES IZ, ELDER 2 The PanThers Toolc To The road and meT The Hughes eleven on The WiThrow Field. AlThough beaTen, The Team broke inTo The scoring column on somewhaT oT a giTT, as The Hughes punTer sTepped inTo The end zone, Thus TorTeiTing Two poinTs To Elder. The Team ToughT hard, buT noT hard enough. The deTensive play oT The co-CapTains was ouTsTanding, ,while The speedy GueThlein loolced besT on The oTTense. "ConTrary To oTher years, The Big Reds came ouT on Top." - Lou Hoferer. Page Sixty-four ELDER l2, ST. XAVIER 0 Our old rivals. Again The PanThers conquered over Their downTown opponenTs. The enTire Team played exceedingly well and our hopes were highly eIevaTed by This imporTanT vicTory. The oTTensive work of Brennan aT IeTT end and Joe Thesing aT Tullback was specTacuIar. The running and charging abiliTy oT The Freshman Tullback was The big TacTor, and beTore he had corn- pIeTed his acT, he had pushed over Two Touchdowns. Lagaly and WiTTrock showed To The besT advanTage on The deTense. - "We knew we had To beaT Them, so we sTarTed TighTing wiTh The TirsT , whisTIe and didn'T sTop unTil The lasT." JusTin WiTTrock. PURCELL I8, ELDER 6 I Elder again Traveled To WiThrow STadium, buT This Time To clash wiTh The red-ierseyed Cavaliers, represenTing Purcell I-Iigh School. Purcell goT oTT To an early lead, and This proved EIder's downTaII. This incidenT and The TacT ThaT Elder could noT cope wiTh PurceII's aerial aTTack, cosT The PanThers an I8-To-6 deTeaT. On The oTTense, The passing combinaTion oT Albers To Brennan was responsible Tor several long gains, while Thesing, Miller and Backherrns were The- deTensive sTalwarTs. . ' "IT we could have played anoTher quarTer, we would have won." Bob Miller. I - ROGER BACON 20, ELDER 0 1 On This day Elder Traveled To Redland Field To Take parT in The ArmisTice Day double-header. The Purple, and WhiTe meT The IargesT and besT-Trained Team in These parTs in The second haIT oT The double bill. The inTerTerence, blocking and Tackling oT The husky Bacon Iine proved Too much Tor our boys. IT was The worsT beaTing our boys Took all year. DespiTe The overwhelming odds, The Price I-IiII boys showed greaT courage. The Tackling oT Thesing and The punTing oT Eilerman were The brighT spoTs Tor Elder. I "We oTTer no alibis-They were iusT Too good." S ' , Lou Brauch. . WESTERN HILLS 29, ELDER I3 The big game aT lasT, and The Elder boys once more invaded Redland Field, only To TasTe oT deTeaT again. Maybe our boysi were made nervous by The enormous crowd and maybe They weren'T, buT whaTever was The cause, The Ivlaroons piled up Three Touchdowns in The TirsT period. The second quarTer looked like a new game, Tor The oTTensive blocking oT The enTire line and The running abiliTy oT Albers was good Tor Two Touchdowns. Thesing came Through To annex an exTra poinT To EIder's second' Touchdown. The Third quarTer was a repeTiTion oT The-TirsT, and The Ivlaroons would noT be sTopped unTil They had added 9 more poinTs To The 20 already goTTen in The TirsT quarTer.' The lasT quarTeriwas a IisTIess aTTair, The ball see-sawing up and down The middle OT The Tield. Judging Trom The TighTing spiriT oT I-IoTerer, WiTTrock, Ivliller, Back- herms, KrechTing and Albers, we are sure ThaT They haTe To leave Elder. "As This was my lasT game, I would have liked Tor iT To have been a vicTory, buT iT wasn'T To be so." Louis Albers. Page Sixty-five Page Sixty-six uli I2 BQ O . CZUJ Gm' 55 U mo U7 . 'T E3 u. ISI! Q -SE -I 3-P- fU U1 . 3? I -3 6,5 I-5 , -IQ7 -Ju.. - 1:5 -r- "W: '53 ev an .2 IDT.: 4 u mx-w U . ':u. '0- 3- L. O 5: LL E nfl-4: .933 F15 G, . 5013 'f -as -I - ii .C s 135 3. 0-1- cr-Dt 2 'O OWU r-in r-Um Oro- IIDLU Vi- E0 4. ix.,-.' T The opening oT The I932-T933 baslceTball season, Coach BarTleTT Tound himselT Taced wiTh The Tormidable Taslc OT building a capable quinTeT Trom pracTically all new maTerial,' as buT one leTTer man. CapTain Jack Burman, reTurned Trom The previous year's Team. However, Coach BarTleTT discovered some promising men in The squad oT nearly TorTy candidaTes. who Turned ouT aT The TirsT call Tor pracTice, and The TourTeen players he chose -To carry'T-he hopes oT Elder Through The season responded admirably To1his'careTul, inTensive program oT Training. Those who comprised The squad were: Lagaley, WiTTroclc, Budde, TieTTmeyer, cenTers: Thesing, Brauch, Eilers, EiTzpaTriclc, Dennis, Tor- wards: Burman, Albers, Annarino, Baclcherms, SchmiclT. guards. ' IT may be TruThTully said ThaT The Team enioyed a successTul season This year, Tor,'considering The TacT ThaT iT was handicapped in many oT iTs conTesTs by loss oT regular players Through siclcnesssand ineligibiliTy, iT did very well in winning halT oT iTs games. The loss oT The TradiTional game To WesTern l-lills was more Than made up Tor by The rouTing oT several iinxes oT long sTanding. ' 1 ELDER 38, ST. BRIGID I2 ' 'T The PanThers opened Their baskeTball season in a very auspicious manner by Trouncing The ST. Brigid High School Team oT Xenia. Elder Took The lead immediaTely aTTer The opening whisTle and proceeded To pile up poinTs wiTh monoTonous precision. The Tlashy oTTense exhibiTed by The Purple and Wh.iTe, in which Albers and Burman were The sparlc plugs, sTruclc ioy To The hearTs oT Elder Tans. A ' , ELDER 34, PTQUA zz , A A highly TouTed Piqua CaTholic High Team iourneyed To The PanTher's lair wiTh high hopes noT avenging Two cleTeaTs suTTered aT The PanThers' hands' in successive years. BuT The ElderiTes, displaying The same power They had shown in Their TirsT-game, compleTely subdued The TighTing uip-sTaTers. Albers led The PanThers' gaTTacl4 wiTh I3 poinTs, while Koom and KaulTield divided' scoring honors Tor Piqua wiTh.6 markers apiece. . WOODWARD 42, ELDERA ZI . For The TirsT Time in Tour' years oT rivalry, Woodward deTeaTed Elder in a baslceTball game. l-lowever, The crushing deTeaT was noT a surprise, as Wood- ward's veTeran Team was ranlced by experTs as one oT The sTrongesT in S'ouThern Ohio. Kappner and l-lardy sTarred Tor The Bulldogs, while The PanThers' poinTs were evenly divided. A Page Sixty-seve ELDER 22, COVINGTON I5 WiTh The memory oT The deTeaT by Woodward sTill Tresh, The PanTher cagers iourneyed across The river To meeT Their warm rivals, The CovingTon Bulldogs. The conTesT proved To be a rough-and-Tumble aTTair ThaT had The crowd cheering wildly ThroughouT. The PanThers, playing an inspired game, had no Trouble in vanquishing Their larger opponenTs. Thesing's work Tor The PanThers was ouTsTanding, while Driver and Jones played besT Tor CovingTon. ALUMNI 42, ELDER 29 AlThough The PanThers played an excellenT game, They iusT could noTrmaTch The powerful oTFense exhibiTed by The "Old Grads," whose line-up included such luminaries as Joe AusTing and Si Kunz. Oh, well-There is cerTainly no disgrace in losing To Tormer ElderiTes. ELDER 22, XAVIER I4 Playing on The Blue JaclceTs' home Tloor, Elder experienced liTTle diTTiculTy in mainTaining iTs superioriTy over The Sycamore STreeT lads and challced up iTs TirsT league vicTory. The game was very close unTil The Tinal Tew minuTes. IT was inTeresTing ThroughouT. PURCELL 49, ELDER I8 WiTh sTrong deTerminaTion To annex Their second sTraighT league game, The PanTher baslceTeers invaded The sTrongh'old oT The Purcell Cavaliers. BuT, alas, Their hopes availed Them noThing, Tor They were swepT inTo submission by The one-sided score oT 49 To IB. l-lowever, The resulT probably would have been much diTTerenT had noT Three oT The PanThers' regulars been eiecTed Tor Touls early in The game. lv1cCarThy and Cleary led Purcell's oTTense, while Burman was The chieT poinT-scorer Tor Elder. STEELE 46, ELDER I7 Playing aT The Price l-lill K. oT C. l-lall, The powerTul STeele I-ligh School Team oT DayTon, Ohio, displaying an oTTense which neTTed Them poinTs wiTh mechanical ease and a deTense which proved quiTe impeneTrable, decisively whipped The Elder cagers by a score oT 46 To I7. The ElderiTes were unable To make any headway againsT Their Taller and TasTer rivals. Roeen BAcoN ss, ELDER zu Playing Their Third league game oT The year, aT The K. oT C. l-lall, The PanThers were handed a 35-To-2l deTeaT by Roger Bacon SparTans. The Purple and WhiTe cagers ToughT valianTly To overcome The SparTans' lead, buT The Vine STreeT boys proved a liTTle Too sTrong Tor Them. Blum and Richman were The main cause in The SparTan aTTaclc. Brauch and Albers played well Tor Elder. CCVINGTON 27, ELDER I8 ' FighTing To avenge an early-season deTeaT by The PanThers, The CovingTon Bulldogs, presenTing a more powerful aTTaclc Than They had produced in Their previous games, succeeded in inTlicTing a 27-To-I8 deTeaT upon The Elder courT quad. The play oT Driver and McKenzie sparlcled Tor CovingTon, while The enTire PanTher Team played well. Page .S'1'xty-eight ELDER 26, LAWRENCEBURG I9 The Panfhers fraveled fo Lawrenceburg, fhaf finy hamlef down fhe river, fo face one of fhe besf scholasfic feams in Indiana. However, our boys were undaunfed by fhe pre-game craze of fheir Hoosier rivals, and displaying fheir besf form of fhe season fo dafe, easily defeafed fhe Tigers fo fhe fune of 26 fo I9. ' ELDER 26, XAVIER I7 Walloping Xavier's feams seems fo be a habif wifh fhe Panfhers, buf fhe games befween fhese fwo rivals are always inferesfing. The Blue Jackefs led af fhe half, I2 fo 9. buf in fhe final periods Lou Albers regained his shoofing eye and rang up four field goals, fo puf fhe Panfhers in fhe lead. ELDER 3l, ROGER BACON 30 . One of fhe mosf fhrilling games of fhe season! The feams were fied af fhe half wifh I8 all. In fhe final half fhe lead changed no less fhan five fimes, wifh Elder clinging fo a I-poinf lead when fhe final whisfle blew. Fifzpafriclc and Lagaly sfarred for fhe Panfhers, while fhe worlc of Blum, rangy cenfer, was oufsfanding for fhe Sparfans. WITHROW 29, ELDER 26 Anofher +igh+ game, buf fhis fime fhe 'Panfher cagers finished on fhe shorf end of fhe counf. Trailing af fhe half by I2 poinfs, fhe Panfhers sfaged 'a defermined rally in fhe lasf quarfers, buf fhe lead fhe Tigers had piled up early in fhe game proved foo greaf fo overcome. . PURCELL 29, ELDER 27 ' The Panfhers losf anofher confesf fo fheir biffer rivals, fhe Cavaliers of Purcell, buf only affer fhey had forced fhe Red and Gold warriors info an overfime period. This was Elder's final league confesf, and fhe defeaf forced fhe Panfhers fo finish fhe league schedule in a fie wifh Roger Bacon for scond place. A Q WESTERN HILLS 37, ELDER 30 The final and mosf imporfanf game of fhe season! Buf alaclcl fhe Purple and Whife again mef defeaf af' fhe hands of fheir Hillfop rivals. However, fheir defeaf was nof an inglorious one, as fhe game was exceedingly close, fhe Panfhers drawing wifhin 3 poinfs of fhe lvlaroons on various occasions. Beffer luck nexf fime, Panfhers! ' Page Sixty-ni P090 5'c"z'enty --A- ' fig! 31:3 -0-JO 1'4- SLAC! is QB'- 2.2 I0 . 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Indeed, in The games already played The leam has acquilled irself in a way +ha+ exceeded our fondesr hopes. The pilching siarf, consislring of Reislenburg, Crowe, Lagaly, Tieifmeyer and Eilerman, allhough lacking in experience, is one of which any high school mighl well be proud. Much also is expecled of lhe inexperienced calching sraff, consisring of Schmidt lvlcCrea and Bonfield. The en+ire infield oflasi' year, made up of Brennan, Trau+. Burman and Albers, has relurned, and is wiihoul a doubl The besi in The ci+y. Sloeber, a freshie, has broken info several games al second base and has shown marked possibiliries. The ourfield is 'ralcen care of by Brauch, Eilers and Thesing, a Freshman, wi+h Crowe appear- ing in many games. Rodersheimer and Willersraeiler are capable oulfielders and can be relied upon in case of need. The l933 schedule and record To dale are as follows: Eder 5-S+. Xavier ........... 4 May lO, Wednesday- I Xavier l-ligh School, l-lere Eder 22 - Aulomolive Trade .... 2 H l l Tl"U"5ClaY" 1 . A bl. Gregory Seminary, Away E der O-- Purcell ..... .... l 3 l7' Wednesday' ' Purcell, T l-lere , , " I9, Friday- Eder 6- Roger Bacon ... ... I Newport Here " 24, W d d - .E der 9 - Walnul l-lills ......... 2 .V Rogepigsacaglnl Away lDis+ric+ Tournamenll -' 26 Friday- Weslern l-lills, l-lere Eldel' 8 -- VVOOClW6Y'Cl ..... ' ..... O " 31 Wednesday- lDis+ricJr Tournamenll Newport Away Page Sewerzt TRACK TEAM BOTTOM ROW-Mr. W. J. Barflelf, Coachg W. Greiner, C. Fitzgerald, E. Schlank, W. Phelan, J. Bafh, J. Jacobs, P. Cafanzaro, R. Meyer, R. Moorman, H. Helmers. SECOND ROW-W. Brueggemeyer, J. McCoy, T. Lufmer, R. Hehemann, C. Bonfield, G. Schaefer, R. Griese, A. Ufrechf, R. Plagge, R. Schneider. THIRD ROW-E. Benson, R. Doyle, G. Brenner, J. Bugganer, H. Mohr, J. Murphy, R. Fifz- pafrick, J. Marischen, D. Murnan. FOURTH ROW-J Vale H Chasfang P Meisenhelder T W II' . , . , . , . n - hoff, J. Schneider, C. Wald, H. Krimpelman. TOP ROW-J. Schoff, R. McCrea, J. Wiffrock, J. Ficlkegl, J. Zeiser, G. Myers. SWIMMING TEAM BOTTOM ROW-C. Sfrohofer, F. Rack, V. Lagaly, J. Hug, C. Wessel, F. Defers. SECOND ROW- Q Lufrper, A. Spifzmueller, R. Neyer, H. Kenning, J. Merkhofer, J. E. Crowe. THIRD ROW-R.SmiI'h, . AI, R. Relnsfafler, J. Glaser, G. Overbeck, R. Schneider. TOP ROW-H. Helmers, J. Wiflrock, R. Fifzpafrick. Page Severity-tu'o TENNIS TEAM BOTTOM ROW-W. STacey, P. Kerkhoffg Rev. B. A. Haneberg, Coach: T. Hyland, R. Groneman. SECOND ROW-H. Chasfanq, R. RiTTer, G. Beninghaus, W. Backherms. TOP ROW-D. Thompson, W. Kemper: F. Rack, Manager. , TENNIS- Elder's Bill Tildens, hampered by rainy weaTher, were unable To Till many of Their engagemenTs. EighT maTches were scheduled. buT up To The presenT only one has been played, ThaT one resulTing in a loss To The "racl4eTeers" oT Roger Bacon. wDespiTe The inabiliTy'To.play ouT The schedule. The Tollowing members are To be complimenTed Tor Their order and TaiThTul pracTice: W. STacey G. Beninghaus R. Groneman D. Thompson I P. Kerlchofif VJ. Kemper T. Hyland F. Rack. Manager CJ Page Seventy-three - GOLF TEAM J. Hausman, R. Schaumleffel, H. Meyers, G. TieTTmeyer, R. SebasTiani, R. Doyle. GOLF--Elder's golT Team spenT an excepTionally good season under The capable leadership oT George TieTTmeyer and l-larry lvleyers, The Two remain- ing leTTer men Trom lasT year. The numerous TryouTs gave evidence of The populariTy oT This sporT aT Elder. On April 2 l, Elder's divoT diggers, composed oT George TieTTmeyer, Harry Meyers, James l-lausman and RoberT Doyle, played WesTern Hills To a 6-To-6 Tie. The Team. due To experience, has improved To such an exTenT ThaT They are now able To meeT any opposiTion. Line-up: George TieTTmeyer, CapTain RoberT SebasTiani ' Harry Meyers RoberT Doyle James l-lausman Roy Schaumlewcfel WELFARE ASSOCIATICN LTI-IOUGI-l noT an organizaTion oT The school iTselT, The WelTare Asso- ciaTion Talces inTense inTeresT in The sTudenTs and Their progress. By sacriTicing Time, labor and expense. They have made The liTe oT The sTudenT aT Elder more enioyable. Every year This AssociaTion sponsors aT leasT one card parTv and wiTh The proceeds conducTs many oTherwise impossible enTerprises which could noT be conducTed by The school. We have This welTare body To Thanlc Tor our presenT band. Their acTiviTies have made possible The Tinancial aid which The school iTselT was unable To give. One oT The chieT enTerprises is The Annual ParenT-Sons' NighT, To bring lrorne To The parenTs The responsibiliTies They have in oiving Their sons a CaTholic educaTion. Vfe express To This organizaTion our hearTTelT Thanks and appreciaTion Tor Their unTiring eTTorTs and wish Them all The success in The TuTure ThaT They have enioyed in The-pasT. Page Sezienty-four 9... le I7 y THE FLIGHT OF TIME 1 ,SEPTEMBER y y RegisTraTion. ConsTernaTion when school Time is seT aT 8:45 To 3:04. -School acTually sTarTs. ' y -Seniors counT days Till nexT Tree'day. I8-No more .iug This year! Surprise! I9-No surprise. PenalTy paper. 20 23 -Heck!.They .cuT ouT Typing. -We geT a new assisTanT ianifor. 24-Ja.niTor 'proQmpTly dubbed "Skill." -I 25-Freshie misTakes Mr. Kuley Toi a sTuclious 26 27 28 30 2 Senior. , , -We begin To seTTle down. -Luebbebumps his head on a girder in The -gym. . -Fisher Body Co. represenTaTive addresses US. . . . -Heav rain Koffha en can'T cross The Y ' 9 creek on his way To school. ' OCTOBER .T -New pins arrive aT BooksTore. Phooey, no good! 3-MeeTing in gym. Seniors called down llirom Third Tloorl. 4-SpiriTual Council organized lNoTre Dame sysTem.I 5-ATrican olforganized ll.ameiersysTeml. Q 6-FaculTy meeTing. LasT period OTT. 9-Phelan seen wiTh only Two girls. Slipping. Bill' I0--Why does Purnhagen waTch Tor The MT. ST. Jose h bus? I9 II-Fr. Kramer sTuck Tor The TirsT Time-in chewing gum. I2-ThoughTTul sTudenT brings a dandelion bouqueT Tor Fr. Haley. I3-Talk on "Ships and Shipping" by AssisT- anT ChieT STeward John Sukdol, oT The LeviaThan. I6-Pep meeTing. Hoferer "big" success aT speaking. I8-AnoTher pep meeTing. BesT one in Tive years. I9-FirsT Tire drill. 20 23 -Elder beaTs ST. Xavier, I2 To O. -FirsT meeTing -of The "EliTe Club." 24-Six weeks' exams sTarT. 25-And more. 26-STill more. ' 27-Civic ResponsibiIiTy Day. Ferneding acTs as CiTy Manager. 30-Doorbell nighT. We'd like To ring oTI 3 I I 2 3 6 7 8 9 school. -Halloween nighT. WiTches lSeTon girls! ride TonighT. NOVEMBER -All SainTs. Free clay. -George and Skill Tinker on The elevaTor shaTT. Cause unknown. -No more secreT. lT's a sTorage place Tor The band insTrumenTs. -Fr. HilverT raids book sTore. -Book sTore hangs ouT whiTe Tlag and orders new supplies. -STricT ban on chalk and eraser Throwing. -SixTeen convicTions on above-lisTed as Telonies. IO-Why wasn'T The ArmisTice'signed Today? I3-DishwaTer misTaken Tor soup ins Iunchl room. . . ' - I E I N I4-They sTill 'insisT iT was soupj ' ' ' I5-Band pracTice. .Music aT iTs "HeidT." Q I6-Ferneding comes on Ti'me. Fr. Harielberg' . surprised. I V . M . . g ' , I7-Somebody locks 'Two Treshies-I in The 'ele-' . vaTorshaTT.V h . K. .' - ., 20-Ge'rde'geTs' V-'Type haircuT. 'He looksi likeaFord., " " I' 2I-Seniors look up crediTs.' ' '- T' ' 22-Gloom on many seniors Taces. 23-Heard! in --IV ' Hi,sTory- "Hey, Fass- nach I V 24-Thanksgiving holidays.-There ain'TAany. 27-Ryanfsleepslin English -class. I M 28-Ryan Turns in 5iweIl-filled sheeTs oT pen- , 'alTy paper To Fr. Haley. - 9 29-Fr. HilverT. makes-HisTory class memoriie The DeclaraTion 'oT Independence:-Much - rrebellion. I - E - - I - I 30-Rebellion quelled, We memorize. I V y E DECEMBER E , I-Inseparable-Fr. Haley and his peanuTs. 2-SpiriTuaI Council meeTing. A Tew Seniors debaTe exTemporaneously. - 5-Triduum sTarTs. 6-Risch Takes only Tour books home. 7-Six weeks TesTs. 8-FeasT oT The ImmaculaTe ConcepTion. 9-The baskeTball Team sTarTs ouT righT- Elder 38, S+. Brigid 12. I2-IV English deTeaTs Fr. Haley in "pun" conTesT. I3-Hug leaves, lunch in gym. JaniTor Thinks iT's wash and sends iT To The laundry. I4-Every Wednesday-mysTery meaT in The lunchroom. I I5-Fr. Hurley oTTers To pay Tor a noTebook in The booksTore. X I6-DeTers Tinally comes To and says "Huh?" I9-Somebody cuTs loose in The ChemisTry lab. 20-Monsignor Thill Talks on missionaries in China. 2I-Seniors hold a raTTle. 22-KrechTing shows he's a.man - eaTs Three hamburgers. 23-SanTa Claus gives presenTs in The gym. Freedom Till January 3. JANUARY 3-ETTecTs oT New Year's sTill seen. .4-They are pracTicAally worn oTT now. 5-Hey, iT's darn cold! 6-Espeslage arrives on snow shoes. 9-Where do The dissecTed biology speci- mens go? Suspicions. IO-Albers sings. We hold our ears. ' II-WinTerhalTer employs TooTbalI TacTics aT baskeTball. I2-JusT anoTher day. 13-Alumni skins Elder, 47 To 27. .I6-No wonder They don'T hold band prac- Tice Till aTTer school. I7-The whole Greek class is absenT. One member. Page Sezienty-five I., -x I8-Fr. Haneberg sporTs a new machine. lDodge.l I9-The Dodge is in The garage: should have boughT a PonTiac. 20-Fr. Kramer makes a grand slam aT noon- day bridge club. 23-VisiTors Trom neighboring school. 24-Dodge sTiII in The garage. . 25-SToeser TorgeTs his German Tor The TirsT Time. 26-We are inTormed ThaT The TesTs will be very hard. 27-All six weeks' TesTs on one day- Hey! -Semi annual TesTs. -Today, Too. 30 3I FEBRUARY I-They are geTTing harder. 2-Seniors begin To crack under The sTrain. 3-Das isT alles. Elder beaTs Lawrenceburg. 26 To l9. 6-ResulTs oT Those exams: good and bad. 7-Fr. HarbrechT sporTs a new machine. 8-Looks like Old Man WinTer is beginning To break. 9-FirsT Time we had a pep meeTing Tor a baskeTbaIl game. - I0-We beaT Them again. Elder 26, ST. Xavier I7. I3-Hurray Tor Lincoln! I4-Elder wins a TighT game Trom Roger Bacon, 3l To 30. I5-SeTon inviTes us To'a Tea. I6-Somebody sTuck his hand Through a window. I7-New,ianiTor, named John. Skill Tlunked his TesTs. 20-Mondays are dry everywhere, aren'T They? 2I-German Club holds a session. 22-WashingTon's BirThday. 23-Does anyone copy in EThics? 24-WesTern Hills beaTs us, 37 To 30. 27-These Senior librarians are sorTa high- haT. 28-Gee, This was a shorT monTh. MARCH I-Oh where, Oh where, are Those privi- leges? 2-Seniors deTeaT FaculTy in a rough game. 6-We have a new "bugs" room. 7-OTlice runs shorT oT penalTy paper. 8-Reichle: "Did you say To spell 'chauf- Teur,' FaTher'?" . Fr. Haley: "Yes. WhaT did you go To The chauTfeur?" 9-Brueggemeyer represenTs Elder in The Gorgas ConTesT. I0-Here They are again-six weeks TesTs. I3-Did you ever see Glaug wiThouT a chess book? x , I4-March is surely living up To TradiTion. STro'ng winds blowing all weak lweekl. I5-Ryan geTs spring Tever, buT he's iusT The same as beTore. I6-Why do we geT all This nighT work? I7-We are kindly informed ThaT we haven'T been working hard enough. -Fr. MeTz is seen wiThouT a cigar. 20 2l-'NoTher meeTing oT The LiTerary SocieTy. 22-STudenTs who didn'T lock Their lockersq 'Find Their books in The office. - Page Sezuenty-six -. 23-OTlice Tries new- kind oT penalTy paper. 24-Paper war in The lunchroom. 27-OTlice reverTs To old Type oT penalTy paper again. 28-Say. This year is going TasT. 29-This wedder gibs me a gold. 30-Fr. Kramer says, "VersTehe?" g 3I-The end oT anoTher perTecTly good monTh. APML 3-Seniors inTerviewed personally abouT going To college. 4-30 Seniors skip classes To have picTure Taken Tor The Annual. - 5-3O'Seniors iugged. 6-Six weeks TesTs again, only Tour weeks aTTer The lasT ones! Why call 'em "Six Weeks"? 7-These TesTs never cease. I0-ReTreaT given by Fr. AnTonine. I I-Today, also. I2-EasTer vacaTion begins. I8--Here we are again. I9-We hear resulTs oT TesTs. Oh, Mel 20 -This is The,daTe ThaT, Those phony Six Weeks TesTs should have sTarTed. 2l-Elder beaTs ST. Xavier in baseball, 5 To 4. 24-Book sTore geTs Three apprenTices. A 25-Fr. HilverT's birThday-class sings "Happy BirThday To You." J 26-DramaTic Club holds a session Tor The play. f 27--30 Seniors are Tinally leT ouT on parole. 28 -These April showers are cloudbursTs. MAY I-Somebody modernizes The book sTore. 2-LiTerary SocieTy holds anoTher oT iTs meeTings. 3-Why does iT keep on raining? 4-DebaTes sTarT in Civics. 5-Lawyer Phelan upholds Woman SuTTrage. 8-We goT our picTures Taken. 9-The schoolschedule is shorTened. I0 II I2 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9 22 23 -The Oraforical EliminaTion ConTesT ends. -Annual STaTT goes inTo a huddle. -Band conTesT beTween Elder, ST. Xavier, Purcell and Roger Bacon. -JusT Think-abouT seven days oT acTuaI school leTT. -Some Seniors are rushing To make up back work. -Ch, oh: no blank diplomas This year. -LiTerary members in OraTorical ConTesT burn The midnighT oil. -OraTorical ConTesT held. -Six weeks TesTs. -More oT The same. ' 24-The Tinal exams sTarT Today. 25 -Ascension Thursday. 26-More Tinals. , 29-They conTinue. 30 3I I 2 5 7 8 -Memorial Day. ' -Back To The Tinal exams again. JUNE I -The lasT day oT The Tinals. -Are we relieved. Phewl -Dress rehearsal. -6raduaTion Day. -DramaTic Club presenTs "Seven Keys To BaldpaTe." FAMQUS SAYINGS Fr. Bredeslege "Go+ H?" Fr. Hurley "Turn +ha+ work in a+ 8:45 sharp al' ihe office." Fr. Kramer "So on and so lor'rh." Fr. l-lilverl "Ge+ Thai and remember i'r." Fr. Haley "Be quiet you people." Fr. Krusling "One Jrhousand words!" Fr. Labodie "Those men are inlelleclual gian+s." Fr. Koenig "Ach!" Fr. Lamo++ "Accordingly Therefore-" Fr. S'rri+ch "Come on, now." Fr. Powers "All right wha+'s your name?" Fr. l-laneberg "No eafing in The corridors." Fr. lmbus "Gel off of lhai lable!" l+'s +echnical." Fr. Melz " Fr. l-larbrechl "So far so good." Fr. Vonderbrinlc"Mus+ l explain lhal again?" Fr. Koller "Take The nexi lines." Mr. Kuley " Mr. Neyer " Erase The board, please." f Draw someihing besides your brea+hl" Mr. Schehl "You can'+ sing. you never could sing, and even if you could sing, lwouldn'+ wan+ you +o sing." Mr. Bar+leH "Ac+ing rough, eh?" I Miss Kolde "Wha+'s your excuse?" 59556 HELPFUL HINTS l. Laugh a+ Fr. l-lilver+'s jokes, no ma++er how old. 2. Don'+ argue wi+h Fr. Kramer. 3. Aslc Fr. I-laley io do his famous characlerizaiions. 4. Gel Fr. Lamoll lo Tell of his lrip lo Europe. 5. Dwell upon The glories of Milford wilhin Fr. l-lurley's hearing. 6. Say "Ach" where Fr. Koenig can hear. 7. Bring Biology specimens +o Fr. l-larbrechf. . 8. Aslc Fr. Labodie's opinion on Jrhe Red's pennanl chances. 9. Spealc lovingly of Lalin lo Fr. Koller, and of Malhemalics YO. Wreslle wiih lhe Coach. I I. Caddy for Fr. Vonderbrinli, bul don'+ counl Jrhe slrolces. 2. Presenl Fr. Melz wi+h a good cigar. ' l3. Praise Ford sedans 'ro Mr. Kuley. i4. Quole Cicero lo Fr. Powers. 5. Praise ihe Sienna Club 'ro Fr. Siriich. lb. l-lold an Alhlelic Benefil Raffle for Fr. Krusling. l7, Uphold The merils of Tanner's Rheloric for Fr. lmbus. l8. Expaliale on merils of newesl hair ionic lo Fr. Murphy. +o Fr. I-laneberg Page Sezienty A i 1 9. ."g1- A-1 . .. - -tr iv - - X ' '-- 4-3 .. W Mx.. . ll If For this courtesy much' thanks. U William Shakespears 1 i K r if 1 V N l 1 w w i -1.63 5G:1G'A4'C:41.CrA'CL11.CrA3CL-:Cr A303-107 'fC:1:C7 'KE-:C?fQE1:Gtx3C:11 Ol-4GN0l4?f - THE LASS OF '33 Nineteen thirty-three has been a big year for you. It marks the successful completion of four years of study and the commence- ment of a new period of endeavor. From now on, your affairs will be, to a great extent, in your own hands. Take for example your financial affairs. You'll have to manage them yourself, and your success will depend on how system- atically you save. We suggest a Provident Savings Account to which you can add regularly each week. There's a Provident Branch in your neigh- borhood at Warsaw and Enright. THE SAVINGS BANK G TRUST CO. HOME OFFICE! Seventh and Vine, Cincinnati, Ohio "l4 Conveniently Located Branches" Oki? 025'73k:92'fiDQ7':01':0:s35'i3:433'33:i93'75:XQQVAD:i9'i:-5J1'3D:x,9'ifOas9'1ixiii?WD Of-o Page Eighty one L CCL-4016240 me 0-4cFsfCE,4cFsfcE4cFfQE4cF20,4cFf0,fc?fQE4ofasCE4E-4FQ:4oN0,1GafQl-40241-4:-9 A 1 1 l, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 E are pleased 'ro be able 'ro l, work again wi+h Elder High School 1 in fhe maHer of Class and Annual l Phofos. We are very grafeful +o , 'rhe School and The Class of I933 1 'For Jrheir co-operalion and help in tl producing fhe pho'ro worlc. iWe shall always be anxious lo serve 1 lhem well, and al leasl' meril fulure consideralion. 3 1 l 1 5 il 1 E 1 T1 1 lf ,1 J ALBERT JG E 5 l PHOTOGRAPHER Q 11 l 429 RACE STREET 1 ' 1 Q 16 of ueavaenieoea mafiaFaNalinMfnffiusqwfokafsiusgnafosepiiusafasgnfbecvieosgbi- o fm Page Eighiy-three , ,, ,, .,,.,,,. 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DAY CAvondale Campusj LATE AFTERNOON and EVENING CDowntownj SCHOOL OF COMMERCE AND FINANCE Courses leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Commerce. ' DAY CAvondale Campusl EVENING fDowntownj SCHOOL OF LAW 1 Four-year night course preparing for the State Bar Examinations. CDowntown.j Full information about courses. entrance requirements, and other particulars will be sent on request. Address: The Registrar, Xavier University, Victory Parkway and Dana Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. ' JEfIerson 3220. A UNIVERSITY WITH DEFINITE AIMS AND APPROVED METHODS 30:4C?X3Q1-fsC?Xf0:4.C?i'C54f,?0:4,C3bsC?xf0-:2:C?x5Ci1'L-4?f0:4C?f'0:4C?fQl4CFfQ:-40-A302167 Page Eighty fi K A I A Y Q29Ofc?01-4GN0::C54C?30:1.C7x2CL.:CFxfC:4F 920,1630f1fFf0:.:CFX1'C21:C?30:4?fQ:4,Cr'xLC7fQ?xCr2'Q7:Q? 1? 31 51 Vg if .21 1.7, WAbaSh 0265 I-1 5' 1- 'Z A he W gg we ffm' wayvme Jiwkfz Way wk 'Ag 1? Q1 I 1 PURE MILK AND CREAM , 65 "Hall the Duvet" 31 W' AL Q 1? 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I ' 'I I - " 524032CsacfofCg1.cFofG,1ofoi0,.1.oEfCEa,CFQCMFE eivigA101123scgnffgszovagsgnvfgggpefoko:ascii3 SOE.:CF?C51C703CEQCFXQ0:461030jC7xf0,1:CFxf0::C7x4'C211,G2 F03C:4:CFxf1241703C54Gtff0:4:0Ax30:1Fx4CL4C7x:0:1Q Q THE PRICE HILL EAGLE LoAN AND I 5' BUILDING CGMPANY No. l CD K ' 3650 WARSAW AVENUE, AI' ENRIGHT - PRICE HILL -- CINCINNATI, OHIO Q Q Phone: WABASH 2061 Q Open Every Day-9 A. M. to 4 P. M.-Tuesday and Saturday, 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. E9P:O:s:9'L'fpa4?2'i3:s:JfiDas91:0a:99iD:s49fA3ss? :OGQQDQRJJKQEQF Daf9Vix:9G:s10V4D:43QJ Page Eighty-eight 9? cj! 'gr 'R dj! if ii A A i 2? cjl if 2? ,ly if 9 dll if A e if lo Q1 nf ii O Qi if Y? lu df ll' ii 'sa ll ea if if A Q ill 5 e rl' 9 dll gr 'ci 'll C2 Qu if of ll A Q3 Xi dl Ci 0:16740:1:Cfx3SC7 x3C240T4C:4C7 'xiscff 2301467 t:C':cCrTx30:-461301-Jtffxiii-1g'L,i?CeiJ"Sb:?Q:46:Nb: CRETAN and REGAS CFormerly Coston'sl HOME-MADE CANDY AND ICE CREAM 3827 GLENWAY AVE. WABASH 0465 Compliments of DR. R. A. McGINNIS DENTIST 737 STATE AVENUE Phone, WAbash 1815 Fr. Lamoff: "Define I-l2O and CO2." Kerlchoff: "l-l2O is hof wafer and CO2 is cold wafer." . x x x Albers: "When is a ioke not a iol:e?" Delaney: "Usually." Fire, Tornado, Automobile, Casualty, Life The Wrn. Klappertl Insurance Agency Co. INSURANCE HEADQUARTERS Established 1872 CINCINNATI, OHIO 44 DUTTENHOFER BUILDING S. W. Corner Sixth and Sycamore Streets 'Telephones MAin 1572 - 1573 Meet Your Friends at the Overlook Theatre CHAS. J. PENN, Prop. Equipped with the Latest Western Electric Sounding Equipment-10022 Glenway Avenue at Cleves-Warsaw 'Pike A FRIEND PEARSON We Own and Operate the Only DRY CLEANING HAND RUG CLEANING PLANT on Price Hill CHRYSLER -- PLYMOUTH Sales - Service Krehe Motor Car Co. AUG. KREHE, Pl'0p. WABASH 5972 743 STATE AVENUE URB RUBERG STORAGE Furniture and Piano Moving 1016 STATE AVENUE WAbash 0586 Price Hill THEODORE SAUPE SPIEKER'S PRICE HILL EXPRESS Res., 1011 Regina Ave.-WAbash 2945 CITY OFFICE: 220 Elm Street-CHerry 7040 WABASI-I 4285 We Call For and Deliver Free of Charge , We Dye Shoes All Colors I Hann Shoe Repairing 3604 WARSAW AVENUE PRICE HILL FUNERAL HOME E. as H. MEYER Complete Funeral Service 3 726 Warsaw Avenue -- WAbash 0117 823' Chateau Avenue - WAbash 0228 5D.9?3D.x:95:O.x95':Oi5"-DV3Dk:95':OQ5:0k.05iOk0'1'?'-1 'DVi:x19'li.5a195iDa535'R3a4J5'Q0:XJDFEO Page Eighty-ni ,2 lk 5 'T ls ,Z 'T iw A ff 25 A lf L2 'lp 55 95 A 45 lf 3 A5 A A t P' fl ff lk 1? 223 :E rf A lf 'P 2 .ll Q1 l fp all Qu l 5 .Q 'P A .Q I as lo l gg lo lf QD lo EJ ne G52.41630:463201-467I3Q:.-AC!-1x!0:11C7'3l41?L46-If0:40-'5Q:4Cf'30:4C?E30:-1C7S3CEACFE501-4Cf'3Q:4CF3Q:407xf 2 AS USUAL . . . . Q16 GLENWAY TIRE SHOP QS' S' . . . Takes the Lead! Q 29 Our Special AMBER ANTI-KNoCK GASOLINE at No Premium Price Cb G Glenway and Iliff K, EJa493i3:i93'73:s7?A'DR195'-O:siV35333333229E735953:QDVQDEdie'-0:195'33:xJ95':0i'1iD:i9?'qDi5'jOC9 C2:eJ37'AO:XJJEAO:eJJ3'7Da19'1':O:xJ37'73:QDVEDEJVEDSi ?f'3Dsi95':O:x5J5':0:xi92':0:,499':O:,.0i:s97'AO:19: Q li I Ll dia 3' Henr H Curueter K2 .f KING TASTE K, 3, Y I 3,1 3 W, lu ,Q J' 'T Q5 Son Kg 6? Rouses K2 QI Q, ig, Lazy Appetites QD W Funeral HOIHC 'F Q in Lady Attendant ,El 6 N, 5 or The Jacob Vossler Co. i I Phone, Wmmh 0175 Q 11 I L Q JI ii, 423 Q, If Packard Sedan for Weddings and ' 15 West Rf' Other Functions b is , AL , Elf SSM: gli if Iliff and Glenway Avenues Q r' ' If ree 'gy il! PRICE HILL Q' if JI If Q 90:-4G?C:C5.4CF S0145 fC:-155x301-:FEf01-1sC7EfbvsCr'NG 6:01201-467 ':Ci-,gC?:'Q5,gC?:'Q:,,C,1:Ql.,,C,G:Ql.,gCF:ol.,,Q.3 2:e:95'73:i9?'2D:s35i0:QJ3':0:335'33:x495'AG:x597"'53SQ ?f:0a97':cDa:99'TO:eJJ3':0:-J335TD:,:99':Oai95"fOa-4'1C3 I . 15 All dl Siu DIAMoNDs WATCHES Q, .75 fl' If 51 Th iv TIMELY .fe C 6 If ' 5 In gy G 1 PTS 'Lg I Westwood Bank and 9+ I el' jl . l if R "Thar Last" Ig, jiu Savings Co. j Q' if ' 6 ci' I ei' U, I' .je DETERS Jewelry QI .., j 5 'F fs I' ,lf FIFTH FLooR W1C.C.1Ns BLOCK ol ll 1 O ' of A I 0 Q gs Entrance Seven East Fifth Street Q3 ig Harrlson and Boudlnot Q' ,lf el' ll Avenues 'Q gf JEWELRY CLOCKS Ig QI Il il, P ii' C5Q7:C?fQ,:CFfQ7zCrz3Q71.C,?fba03fQ71,FXfQyzoixfC6 if:GNChez?0:1G34'OjC?fC3:FXfO::CFf0f:C?f12:3 6-Jfbeawseomge4J1eb:.1o1Qe,foe,,o1Qe,gJffse,oifsseiolissegnveosgvfoegnfefosooefosivffoge 22 Compliments of fy R A Y N E I D H A R D 5 g BUICK and PONTIAC AUTOMOBILES oCE-,ffl0:4F2QEACP2eve.caceecff0.42Caffe:Q..eeF2cE4cF2cE.ecHe..ecF2cEe,cfff0..ecP2e,eF2o,,eWg Page Ninety C90:f:ff'20::C7'4'Cs4C?P30:4C?P50:rCF'fC:4zCFP20::?PiC34a?1'0:4CFT'1CLw1Cf"2C54 J 1 ,Q TOM and HUGHEY Q PUROL STATION Q Tire and Battery Service 4? St. Lawrence Corner WAbash 1125 6' WT' 'ai WESTWOOD STATION: is Harrison at Fisher Place-MOntana 0185 I PETER RIDDER is OROCERIES AND E DAILY MARKET I' Delivery Service W gl Phone WAbash 2387 660 NEAVE ST. L Ip 25 - :-: :-: :-: :-: ,Ii P Fr. lmbus: "What is a good business 4k ll 'vi man? Essen: "One who can buv goods from a Jew and sell them to a Scotchman at a C9 if Q profit." N Q1 41? :-: :-: -:-: :-: :-: :-: - ,QD if The Way To Save Is To Begin Wllth I? The PIICC H111 Electric 0' . . JZ? Bu11d1ng 'ZS Loan Assn. J, 3533 WARSAW AVENUE 7' James C. Flannery, Pres. IQ Edw. W. Payne, Secy. 'P' George H. Cook, Treas. Q Directors: Ii Harry W. Deters Lawrence Cook Q Chas. F. Keller August Bemerer J Adam F. Meyer Henry G. Hauck er I! Q gn JACOB F. WAHL I3 DELICATESSEN J CORNER EIGHTH and ROSEMONT AVE. if PRICE HILL E? Phone, WAbash 3586 CQ Cincinnati, Ohio Q2 Delicious Home-Boiled Ham and Potato w,' Salad a Specialty CLI Qi NO Delivery Q Save the Difference Q 1 SQUIRE S 9 Q ST. LAWRENCE CORNER ,jr G33 DAVORANS QUALITY SHOP FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN-HATS AND CAPS Warsaw Avenue at Enright Avenue H. E. EOEINO GROCERIES, MEATS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Phone WAbash 5683 WEST EIGHTH ST. AND QVERLOOK Compliments of HOB NOB INN 3787 Warsaw Avenue For the Man Who Cares FRIENDLY FIVE 355 -NUNN-BUSH-S5 Marmer's Ideal Shoe Store Marmer's Star Brand Shoe Store 3626 Warsaw 4036 Glenway R. C. Witterstaetter Floral CO. CUT FLOWERS - POT PLANTS Greenhouse and Office: INORTH GREENWELL AVE. - PRICE HILL Phone WAbash 3532 BRONSTROP'S QUALITY MEATS Choice Delicatessen 4072 W. EIGHTH ST., at SUNSET We Deliver WAbash 5846 ":DQ95:DsJ94DQV'T 55:0:59?':0S9593:fL95i3.rsiiiib:4Ji'35:sJJ5'3D:x,9?3D:s33'i3:s95'3D:fJD1'7D bs C73 ,Q I S .Il Q l Page Ninety-01 Ip 5 Li Jo 'I' I5 .I 4? in All AL 'I' 'fi .Q +I' 5 If O I. Q .I 'I' fi, I JL 1? is br .I 0 A A .Il iz! .I 'P I A I II. 1? in a r If 25 LI 5 'I 3 .I 'I Su ,I 'I' 55 .If 40 I as II. 'F 5 .II 'F 25 .I 'F 6 ,I 1 I u If If 6 19 Q 3':0:xd35':0.:J':Osi9'1'AOai95'73.:49'1'73:s33'Q:i9 EJ5610:Ji:swab2-v9VtD:,:'3":O:53953D:-,93"fO:,,9V:02 I iii I L 'I if BEST WISHES TO THE 1933 CLASS 9' P ' Q GEO BOSSE DAIRY I II, . ' p 'w gb "''IllIlllllllllIIlllIllllllllIllllIIIIIIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllIllllllllIlllIIIIIIlIllIllllllllIIIIllIllllIllIlllllHllllllllIIIIIllllIIIIIlllllllllIllllllllIIIIllIlllllllIIllllIlllIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIV' I o Jia - If 786 DELHI AVENUE WAbash 3315 sf' Q, iq AI. 'I I 6554653CL4:CrZ3O::CF20::?20:4?4'CL.:C?iQotxxiaf? FiQ63CEKF4'C240'xf0.4:?G::C?20::CFx4'0l-1:5 0riwiis-:OVW:vigil:,.0'1':13a:Jf'7D:i95'?0aJ'P'iQ gs-91:0e3'3DNiJ'1"0.N:9'1'3ef'73NL9'i5Dr49'PESQ In JP 'I Jr ZEI '15, University of Dayton If JI QA fFo1'merly St. Mary Collegej Ji 'ip Q jr DAYTON, OHIO Q In , 0 'O i n , 'Wy 1? A Boarding and Day School for Young 'I 4 O Nr - . I 3, of telephone service is established if 5, Men, under the dlremon of the Ig? 5 O II, Society of Mary i Ao d- W . Q If not by a dollars ang Cents Stan v JP College of Liberal Arts and Science JP ED ard, but by the 1mmeasurab-e Q CEI gsbei-al ai-:sq U lo N., 0 40Illl'l'lCl'C18- I CICHCC to if value of convenience, protection, Ju General 50101106 Ji 'O . . - 'I' Q C ll Ed 1 if and comfort that it gives you in 'Q Pkconege Oi L um on IQ I , , I 1 o ege O aw 'I Lg its many uses. These are limited 9' . . sg' yy I to ,bp College of Engineering tn 16 only by your own interests, 'I '15 MG011213iCHl A 1 of A Electrical db Q, wants, and desires. Qi' 'ip gllelfllcal if A Q 3 1v1 lg if J QA Pre-Medical Course dll ii W 'l'EVQning Cgllegg Classes K in 'N 0 . if Bell Telephone Company gf' 'Summer Session ,Q Q5 ,Q College Preparatory 422 ,Immun 'I 'P CLimited Registrationj Q, ' "Q, fs' ll. ll 23, if ,H 'Q Z' Q, Reserve Officers' Training Corps 7' 6 E Frm is lg g "Open to VVomcn kj fi ff I 5 'I l l 3 5 We We gr I' ,Q 'fumw IQ ,I REV. WALTER C. TREDTIN, S. M. 1 QD JD GP President , Q9O:,1,0?f0j,Cr?3CLj0?f0E1:C'33CL4OEC21zG5fG.1:G': O aka? fC51,cFECL.1cF2iL.1cF 30.41,Cfxf0::C?X30:1zCFY'CCD Cx?0:11,C3CLAORC54C53C51:C?XflL1:?fC511C?fCL11,30:1:GQCf?CSACF4'C3653CE4G35C24O?x3CS4C?SC:4CfxfCL113 in I If 1 1' -V' SCHULIE S GARDE E? I ,gf FRED SCHULTE, Prop. 7 1 gi, Our Specialty: I 'FS FISH DINNERS AND FISH SANDWICHES , I U Sly END OF SEDAMSVILLE CAR LINE ON THE OHIO RIVER 3' lo Q' , TELEPHONE: WABASH 0212 I ' I gf V 4400 LISTON AVENUE Q Anderson Ferry CINCINNATI, OHIO la , B lx O5'7J:x.:9'i'f0:XQVTO:x195'TO:xs9'l'3D:xi9'fi3:i9'f33k19sr:9'553:JV:'D:fi9VIDx3'V35:k439'-Ota9'?Qrs33':0:i9'FQLv Page Ninety-trc'o N QCllifffCe10T330.-:fiGffcffflfiff0L4f.OTE:Q21C7'30:1Crix5C511GTR30:4?3Ci401-4fNlE.-4CFNCi4?CE-4?Q:1 Pl 1 ' ll 9 Coston s COnfect1Oner '- lg The Home of V LAMMERT'S ', . 'P 9' PURE HOME-MADE CANDIES Dependable Drug Score Servnce Q5 ICE CREAM AND GOOD EATS Established Over 25 Years dy 3639 WARSAW AVENUE We Deliver gk 2' PRICE HILL Q, Q 6 QQ Our Candies Made Fresh Daily in Our Phones: WABASH 1690 - 1670 li. .lg Own Candy Kitchen Tl .ll IQ Phones PARKWAY 5957 - 5958 jf 'I 6 3 R E B O L D LOWE 25 CAMPBELL Al, J Fatwa, D!-rector ATHLETIC GOODS OO. Q 705 MAIN STREET il we WEST 0323 MONTANA 0892 6 il CINCINNATI OHIO - ll U Al, el' :-: :-: :-: -4 :-: :-: QQ Fr. l-lilverf: "Wl1a+ is a grand jury?" F' G' 'gg 'l Backherms: "A grand jury is a bunch of lk qi men picked ou? of a barrel." any if X X X Interior Decorating a Specialty 46 Q Brueggemeyer: "Wha+ is veloci+y?" 686 WEST FIFTH STREET ii gil Meyer: "Veloci'fy is whaf a fellow le'rs H ,Q K' go of a bee wi+l1." PHONES: if 3 2. I-I I' " " ' "--2 CHerry 5658 Res.: WAbash 1182-R ii QI I h h 1933 CI If ' B W' A ll gf' Warsaw Home Bakery HEGLLEES I 'ag I if JNO. RUTTKAY, Prop. . ii' 9 , , COAL AND COKE 14 lg? Qualzty Bakery Goods That Satzsfy ' Phones. wr, . 1? gf 3524 WARSAW AVENUE, PArkway 1432 WAbash 1719-M CRes.J ie, '33 G' WELLS 1122 WEST COURT STREET lg C9 A 7' Q I' Q ll 5 Congrarulatigns V1tt 26 Stermer, Inc. lg To the 1933 GRADUATING CLASS FUNERAL HOME ll ll 0 ' . I 7' Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wald Mm Office- iq, Q3 AVESTWOOD AVENUE and VAN HART ST. 6 gl 3159 HARRISON AVENUE Phone, WEst 0056 Q, lg: WESTWOOD Q 3425 Harrison Ave. - Phone MOntana 0833 CQ gy 3035 Riverside Drive - Phone WAbasl1 0110 ITP H Jn ll? JI Congratulations to the 1933 CLASS If IA' 1 CEI 3 S May Success Be Yours lf 47' QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS bl 11? THE LUNCH ROOM 24 gl 2045 HARRISON AVENUE f 'Q MONTANA 0612 - J' A U. Gk:OQ'5':T0Q'5':0Q55:OQ5i7a5:i95':OP-52?:0:e:37PTD:,i3V:O:eJ7'Qkj?RTO253233:e,97:0:x:'95CT0:e495'7DO Page Ninety-thi '80 lu ,O0,4720,472cgacflcgacrffcE4cFS0:4,cf'e20:4crefQzacffIcfefc-reef:0,fcrefcE4rcFe2cE4ecFSQ:4cfe2Ql-4r7'20:4ciu, I' A - I v G E O A U G v L J o I IQ gi FRESH EUTTERMILK - BUTTER PURE COTTAGE CHEESE - EGGS ll Ip li Oflice and Plant: 224 East Clifton Avenue 5? We Deliver PHONE: CHERRY 7280 tai N? S ig"F3:4.9V33::3'ff0:,J9'5SD.: v37'i5:4JJ9':0:419f:,,95':0:.JJff0:593':0:.:97'3J:-J9':0:-l93ff0:4l9'F:0:4:95':0C5! OQcffolacrefe,fcFS0,4cF20:4o"20:,:cPS0l-acffQ5O OoffcfeforfffQ,fcfScE,IcFfQl4fcFfQ:4ec?SQl4cfT2O 5 fp Ka . F QI: MARIUS GRILL If Q, I J cj HOME-MADE ICE CREAM If SANDWICHES - GOOD BEER Q I, . 53, Short Orders - Fountain Service 'Q Grocery and Ddlly Mafkef if 3832 GLENWAY AVENUE Q A as Q 'ig .fu W A m44e0v:oSE014oS:o1QC0SfoS4:0fm.4:0fefo.Co2O ff ,R A A A A A A A POULTRY, FISH AND GAME fi, QICFSOE-4cfT20E4:cf-EOE-aoofiigso R201-40 21546-SCE-49 ga' - S II, 9 , Q lg In 238011 1? Mahoney S Pharmacy Q Q, A, V, A, "A Store You Like To Patronize" an fl' . ' If Q PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST Q9 PHONES: WABASH 1730 ' 31 fi, gb 4474 W. EIOHTH ST., AT EEDRETTI I9 I' WARSAW and EAIRBANKS If ig ' Phone WAbash 4904 ai, . , CJ JL Okie:Cm-fo:,aJffo:,4J2f-Sn:C0v:oS4J1-:OLOA-Su4C0fO G:gow-foS.o1'To.4,4Jf2aS,4JfiaSJJ2"o:.,01QaRJ'iuo 50,402CE-4effo:4ee?ScE4ecfSo,fcf'e20:4,cfS0:f.cf'Sojcf'ef:cr-2Q:4cfScE4ee'e20:4cfSQ,ecrf20,4ecfe20,4ee1S0:4egap I A 14 up K SCHOOL DESKS, BLACKBOARDS, MAPS, GLOBES ff? J AND A COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES ij, 'ga CARRIED IN STOCK IN OUR WAREHOUSE lj!! O A II, 1? .4 3 I+ ' I 'he Acme School u l CO. lg If' Q, QDIVISION OF THE W. F. HAUSMAN Coq E-TI 55 lg 102 WEST SECOND STREET gl 9 IZ lg PHONE: MAIN 1986 CINCINNATI, OHIO Q 'la ,I E5finRafe:CaffeSgvefo:info:Corin3125049:CoinSCo2'f0SQ2"0:Coeiu:CafeSCo2'iuS4J2'2nS32'foO' Page Ninety-four 9 Cp I ISE 252 Tp I 2? 'I fi Ai A S J if R Q! Pr 5? IW 92 N if 3 A T1 F4 Q Ju if W Y F 2? N 'R P QI I 'ts '53 3 it QI 0' O if or E L Q:,g07'3Q:,f,0?30:,gO3'0:,1G?3Q3,6?3C24O?3C311?:0 acffcgacffolgfcficgf QEAWQEAWQEEWCLEAGNCL-RQ 'I FOLLOW THE "PANTHERS" ', IN THE 5 5 . I , Compllments of I '- I Western H1118 Press I 2 A "Your Home Newspaper" F' gg, Harrison Avenue at Glenmore 453 - EI F The Ray J. Drewes sl WILLIS MUSIC Co. MEAFIQEAND 137 W. FOURTH STREET POULTRY -IIT' - 4413 Glenway Avenue Lg For Any Publzshed Muszc, i q In Burke's Try Willis WAbash 5753 If? L Overlook Gardens DINE and DANCE I Compliments of Tj 6 No Cover Charge THE NEW FISHERIES Q45 Glenway at Cleves-Warsaw Pike ,3 STIER'S Jos. VETTER soNs St. Lawrence Pharmacy PAINTER AND . "PARTICULAR DRUGGISTSU DECOR-ATOR 'J St. Lawrence Corner 4209 Glenway AVCIN12 'M WAbash 0743 WAbash 0744 WAbash 3440 nu 3 Always Fresh at the HI-SEA GAS KENDALL OIL Q A IRE AND ATTERY ERVICE I? T ' B S ,, FRUIT MARKET Conners SCFVICC Stat1on A fs 3623 WARSAW AVENUE 905 STATE AVENUE Phone: WAb. 1663 Price Hill Eddie Connors Phone WAbash 4107 1?-3 Qu QD Eicher's Meat Market Lindemalfs Drug SEOYE ' AL COURTESY Plus QUALITY 4903 G1enWaV Avenue If Phone Your Order-WAbash 2437 Price H711 We Denvel. , Phones WAbash 0865 - 4815 If 3630 WARSAW AVENUE Free, PromptVDel1'uery , IJ 3'fOQ'P'Q.Q2:O23':0k99'5.5QD:xJJ5'3D:QJ5'3:qD3iD:QDV20:XLOEJOE43?q0:20'?7J:E,9'5i3:E:9'1'FD:x19'1'7DE5 Page Ninety-fi've N 11 Q?0:1.C?:xfCLQCFL'CslsfffCL24CFfC54C?fCi+:FXfL1aC?xfGl1fC:-11CFCf0:4:C?CfQ:4C54?'C5,cfE2C54?lE!:F01-4 'l Fr 1' WHITE LILY 2? 1VIAUSE'S GROCERY 9' SANDWICH SHOP " Ph :WAb h 1520 - WAb h 1521 . if ones as as A Good Place to Eat and Drznk if EICHTH and ENRIGHT STREETS Q H A1 U3 l W3 S I? PRICE HILL Y Y 51' 3531 WARSAW AVE. l ca -5 Wortman Roller Co. Messman-Wenstrup " , PRINTERS' ROLLE S 1 MEN S CLOTHING R l 1212 RACE STREET 'Q 611 Main St. JI Telephone PArkway 1619 Cincinnati, O. 'Y '11, Iv dj! 12 KRUSLINGS BOOKBINDING 21. Prop., J. A. Richter Qf 311 , CANDY-ICE CREAM-CIGARS LAW BOOKS 'Q Cards - Novelties - Magazines - Toys Especially l I l fy' 3546 WARSAW AVENUE Progress Bookbindlng Co. 3 Phone W1-Xbash 5693 804 Sycamore Street Q' I lg 1 WESTENDQR-F BRQS For RELIABLE ROOFING and Q ' FURNACE REPAIRING CE, GROCERIES, MEATS, VEGETABLES Phone 1' and GooD BEER 'lg HOELTGE BROS. sl' Phone Wfxbash 2857 1919-21 CEST STREET Q? ST. LAWRENCE and HARRIS AVIENUES WAbaSh 0940 91 11 is 1 "A stitch in time saves nine" 9. CCY S GRI Q2 "At the Sign of the Coffee Cup" Q31 Our specmsr , SHOE REPAIRINC of All Kinds 415, Double Deckers - Steak Sandwiches On Price Hill Since 1911 Ji Italian Spaghetti Chili All Work Guaranteed My Toasted Bun Sandwiches WAbash 3878,M 1 Q5 GLENWAY and WEST HIGH 4011 W. LIBERTY STREET Qi 1108 1: SCHOENY EATS and SWEETS Z' 9 O . CIROCERIES and MEATS Meyers C011feCt1011e1'Y if Phone MOntana 1100 FINE CANDIES 5? phone MOntana 1191 LUNCHEONETTES - GREETING CARDS gf' Cor. Cilenmore and Montana Avenues FRED H- MEYERS, Prop. 'Sa Westwood Cincinnati, Ohio 4006 GLENWAY AVE. - Opp. Elder High ?D?33Q5':0Q'f73Q'ViDQ9':i?:0:f.95'3J:E53:N:v0'ffD:i93'3J:Li9'i'33:f39'1'Q:x:95'3D:sJ35'3D:xi'35':0:x:'J5'W Page Ninety-.vix 9 ,Q A 6' I If 6 11 1? S1 I If as ,Q 'E H11 I If as 1' f If 3 11 Q 1. Q1 1' 'lp 25 Ali 1? 'I S1 11. 1? S 11 'F' an '1 3 11 91 L J 1,19 'I he '65 1' 5 11 F3 '1 55 11 LT Q1 Il 'T' 35 ,lf 'T 6 1. Q A'I C9 C:41.C?f0,.:?Ci4C?f0lfs?Ci-1cC3'0l46? 301-16? 30:4GNC54G'A30.:-462C5-1'i5.z?C21:?C24:?Q:41?iE4 G9 o 'fi 1? fi PHONE PARKWAY 1020 College Level J DR. JUS. H. JANSEN Commercial Training Q Il ' 3 DENTIST LITTLEFORD-NELSON 1 Sf 713 PROVIDENT BANK BUILDING .E Seventh Fm SCHOOL OF COMMERCE 1 Q SEVENTH AND VINE STREETS Neave Building Fourth at Race l Q, P Q' . 'T Q5 WM, KRAMER Q5 SQN The Western Hills Fuel '65 FJ P 57' ROOFING Supply CO. Q SLATE, TIN AND TILE COAL - FERTILIZER - FEED 1131 SUNSET AVENUE Phone MOntana 0400 21 JI WABASH 2716 - 2978-R PRICE HILL Price Hill Cincinnati, Ohio 'ip ii, if S T 'T 4" if ji Compliments of the L, MYERS DAIRY 1 1' WESTERN PLAZA We N " THEATRE 59' PHONE MONTANA -1942 X53 EE 4 i fi 1 3 Compliments of , 'W ED. ERITSCH 51 ev l. 9' if 1' , , F ,I 3 ZIMSBARBER sHOP BIEDINGER 5 ,ee gr BOYS' HAIRCUTTING 2547 - GENTS' fl-5 'QI 981 ENRICHT AVE. at WARsAW DELICATESSEN ga Open 'Till 8:00 P. M. 3028 Price Ave. ,I is Z' ' T ' li G, BRUNNER SQNS THE GLEN WAY LOAN '25 K3 PLCRISTS DEPOSIT CO. 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