Elder High School - Elderado Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1934

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E E 1 S 3 ! 1-'L 1 1 Lg 9 1 3 I ELDERADO PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS O F E L D E R HIGH SCHOOL IN DED CATION TO THOSE WHO BY THEIR GENEROUS SACRIFICES HAVE MADE OUR PAST HAPPY AND OUR FUTURE HOPEFUL IN COMMEMORATION OF THE HOLY YEAR, THE NINETEEN HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF OUR REDEMPTION THROUGH THE SAVING BLOOD OF OUR SAVIOUR. JESUS CHRIST ANNUAL STAFF Edi+or-in-Chief ......... James Meier Business Manager ...... Roberi' Meyer Asst Business Manager. . .John Ficker . , Elmer Brennan Assocnafe Ed1+ors ..... Roy Lindeman Phofographer .,....... Sfanley Bakes Sfaff Arfisf. .M. Vinceni' Broclcschmiclf Feafures Edifor. . .Lawrence Friedman Feculfy Adviser. .Rev. James T. Hurley CONTENTS Adminis'rra+ion Classes A'l'hle+ics Acfivifies Adver+isemen+s PerTecT schools are The resulT noT so much of good meThods as of good Teachers, Teachers who are Thoroughly prepared and well-grounded in The maTTer They have To Teach: who possess The iriTellecTual and moral qualifica- Tions required by Their imporTanT office: who cherish a pure and holy love Tor The youThs confided To Them. be- cause They love Jesus ChrisT and His Church. of which These are The children of precliledion: and who have Therefore sincerely aT hearT The True good of family and counTry. -Encyclical on ChrisTinn EducaTion. Administration W . ,J , .J X .qw in,3.b:,.. .,-.. , g,, .,,, f -Av . sw.: 1 Mos? Rev.Jol'1n T. McNicholas O.P., S.T.M. Mos+ Rev. Joseph H. Albers D.D., J.C. D. Rev. Francis J. Bredesfege B.S.C., Pi1.D., S.T.L. Principal Rev. Basil A. Haneberg, A.B Assisfam' Principal Rev. Walfer R. Harbrechf, A.B. Rev. Urban R. Koenig, A. B. Rev. William T. Hflverf, A. B. Rev. James T. Hurley, A. B. Rev. George N. Lamohx. A. B. 1 N RU if aculty .W .gg swf I RM l MR tw! vi W I 1 Rev. Leonard J. Vonderbrink I Rev. Augusf J. Kramer, A. B Rev. Alberf H. Mefz. A. B.. B. Sc. in Ed. Rev- Alfred G. Sfrifch. A- B Rev. James L. Krusling, A. B. Rev. Arfhur J. Powers. A. B. Rev, Jggeph E, Bqggl-,I PMB, Rev. Harry T. lmbus, A. B.. LL. Rev. Charles F. Murphy, PHE. Rev. Urban A. Wimmers, A. B. allulty Rev. Edward J. Hamann, A. B. Rev. Joseph P. Higgins, A. B. I Rev. Francis E. Moyer. A. B. Rev. Norberf J. Miller. A. B. Mr. Joseph A. Kuley. B.Sc,ip Ed, Mr. Joseph H. Neyer. M.E. Miss Mildred Kolde, Secre+ary 'P Pg Eglf ATRONS RT. Rev. George Geers R+. Rev. George X. Schmicll' Rev Rev Rev. Rev Rev Rev. Rev Francis A. Ro+h F. B. Veil Francis J. Grusenmeyer O. J. Herrmann R. J. Von Kaenel C. F. Goeclcler F. J. Brecleslege Rev W. T. Hilverf Rev J. T. Hurley Rev A. G. Sfrirch Rev. L. J. Vonderbrinlc Rev. U. Wimmers Rev. P. J. Schnuck Rev. Louis Evers Rev H. Hinssen Rev N. Lamoh' Rev R. Koenig Rev L. Krusling Rev. E. Bosch Rev J. Hamann Rev. J. Kramer Rev. L. Harbrechl' Rev. J. Powers Rev F. Murphy Rev T. Imbus Rev Moyer Rev H. Mefz Rev. H. Higgins Rev. J. Lehman Rev. A. Haneberq PATRONS AND PATRONESSES Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Barflell Mr. and Mrs. J. Neyer Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kuley Mr. and Mrs. James G. Meier Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bonfield Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Bauman Mr. and Mrs. John G. Merlcholer Mr. and Mrs John E. Boll Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Helmers Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Miss Mildred Kolde Mr. Harry Wiemeyer Li'r'rle Fruil Markei A Friend A Senior Mr. E. J. Loos A Friend George J. Groneman James H. Schaclcmann M. Beresford L. C. Bernens William Hausman Clem Bunlce John Fischer Edward Grofe R. Tuchfarber John Slarfsman, Barber Mr. Clem Jansen Dr. J. T. Clear Wenz Bakery Mr. E. Taplce Fussner Grocery Co. 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ANNARINO Cafhedral NORBERT E. AUSTING Si. Lawrence ALBERT E. AUTENRIEB 1 Sf. Lawrence Page Tm-my-z: STANLEY E. BAKES Resurreciion JOSEPH E. BATH S+. Lawrence CONRAD A. BAYER Si. Leo JEROME F. BECKMAN S+. Lawrence EDWARD C. BENSON Holy Family P fe T:vrury-thrrc 3 aid 341: m. 5:12 1 25? Ru , 215: i..sl it ,A 6 ..x e .1 ' rr. a I 2 is Q i 111 , Ei? .7 'iii ..,. Nz' .3 i N nw f' 215 wa., 1-SQ !::,.. 'ilu g . :Q 'A fm: Lim. 'lm arg, NL, fm: .M 35? Uttg.. 56:1 EQ ,. Q K Gp? mia. .MS Jin wi.. if . A513 'S 4 " .K 55 liakfg :sy ::' .gag fefii 15? .. .. I aff? ... .4329 'sr ...Ig .-E-In vi -wx-. pw 3' Ulf Z? .2 .gig 125321. QF -as srl SSI? .,. I 3511 .M 'i .5 525 II? 223 TI-il Giga! :yi ' P! "mil .fag I 32:2 'REI' 'UP' JOSEPH F. BERAUER Our Lady of Lourdes ROBERT J. BERDING SI. Teresa CHARLES H. BERTING SI. William HERBERT L. BILL Holy Family WILLIAM J. BLOME Holy Family Page Twunlyllal CHARLES J. BONFIELD Our Lady of Grace LOUIS W. BORGMANN Si. Lawrence l l JOHN C. BOTT Sl. William ELMER F. BRENNAN Si. Edward JOHN C. BRENNAN Holy Family Hayle Tkuuntypfr-ff R ve' J! 3 1 -it ' :asf , 91 r V sl'-1 " a i sf- ctr Quai O l y 'Ly i i .1 - X 4 Hi' 1 , 6 . 1 . ,, , ' x Y ws e 5 i i-'IN 5' ia ey A egg ' Q A alfa, 1 - M ' i' 2: Ka iffg ei Q? 5' . A lbs, if :zu lf:-s vm 'fig Q22 e 5.9.5 1.31 . . , -.4 1 ,um ffifi Q- Q qs.: :EXT 34: M. M, pg.. :ESQ M33 4. 9... M2 fi? 4215 :Q 5.5-. :ws .ng 15 .J 5 .wi .113- NG 1 -52 9:9-H fag fer'-9 ARI: ai. tif? . .5 . liz' Tall? hm--1 E xiii' P mf' 5.5.5 . .3 .E IJ? '. 43? '..21.. s P Ill. 5.4, iizgf 55: 5:13 .IM A-ew .eff 1-Y Ba: v fm M. VINCENT BROCKSCHMID Sl. Lawrence VINCENT F. BUNKE Holy Family l l JOHN L. BURMAN Sl. William ARTHUR A. BUSCHE Sf. Marlin DAVlD P. CASSIDY S+. Henry Pain- Tzwmy-.fir I ROGER M. CROWE Sl. William THOMAS H. DINSMORE Sl. Lawrence ' LAWRENCE J. EILERS l Holy Family l I l JOHN B. PICKER Holy Family l JOHN w. HSCHER l' Sl. Teresa Pago Trvcnlg ia. Qxg fi! 525:43 ' 2 32 rl.. QQ? ix. 1,5 551 513 .2-J .M iii: QQ .if-3 .R .3 , ,. aff' Qi k "sf i iii' :E cf ix Q . ESX, Lf' 'ai if-sq, vigp 310 fy. .273 yan 2. Q 3-51- ff ig: 3 5.7, if? tif 6 ,, li ! t, I: l E fx i px... W. rn: ,T ff ROBERT C. FITZPATRICK Si. Lawrence l.YLE T. FLANIGAN Sl. Call-serine LAWRENCE F. FRIEDMAN Sl. Lawrence ALBERT L. GROH Our Lady of Perpeiual Help JAMES J. HAUSMAN Sl. William 1-.W ru-my-eighz ROBERT H. HEHEMAN Holy Family HENRY H. HELMERS S+. William EDWIN R. HUTH S+. Augusfine JOHN J. JACOBS Holy Family ELBERT T. KATHMAN Sl. Teresa P gr Tzuuulv- - af 3, , 35? ll? Q 1' T16 'ic Se? fiis C, is 1 HQ 59 4 ilil PM 3-21 Vg '1 ,eq uw pf: u-1 UQ: 1 we fr? , W IW ii: 124. Sip: Y'-2:2 ,Nh 332 1 :E W. .1 J, .ZW Tux "S: U ,, V ., ,, 3 f I Il 2 ,, ,xl we V945 .1 ,lx 41:52 'fix E41 ALOYSIUS C. KAYSER Our Lady of Viclory EDWARD J. KELLEY S+. Lawrence RALPH W. KERKHOFF SL Lawrence BERTRAND H. KNOLLMAN S+. Lawrence ALBERT J. KRAMER Our Lady of Grace Page Thirty VIRGIL R. LAGALY Resurrecfion ROBERT J. LAMPE S+. Cafherine ROY G. LINDEMAN Sf. Teresa CHARLES C. LOOS Resurredion STANLEY J. LUDWI6 Sf. Lawrence Page Th i rty-an t 1 z . . ..,. xx, ,, PLS' ' EARL F. McGRATH Q ,J Sl. Marlin 1 R JAMES E. MEIER Si. William gifs j HERBERT A.MElNERDlNs L Si. Marlin .eh 1 '1 EEE JOHN 6. MERKHOFER 554, -bi SL Calherine FQ ,Ps E., GEORGE J. MEYER Sl. William 32:3 ' i,5E?l :fix 'fag is 1 sf f . V . L. Push' Tluirly-Iwo 4,-k"f..f'2Q:1.'l 39:2 ROBERT F. MEYER S+. Lawrence STANLEY W. MEYER Resurrecfion WILBUR W. MEYER S+. Lawrence ALFRED J. MUELLER S+. William NORBERT J. NOSTHEIDE S+. Caiherine Pugv 1:,f,-f,-.fzxw EDWARD L. OBLINGER S+. Aloysius GEORGE E. OVERBECK Holy Family HOWARD J. PICK S+. Caiherine FRANK J. RACK S+. Caiherine RAYMOND E. REGNER Ca+hedral Page 7'Mny'fou r WILBUR J. ROEDIG S+. Marlin EDWARD J. SANDER Our Lady of Perpeiual Help JAMES W. SCHACKMANN Sl. Teresa l GEORGE A. SCHAEFER Sl. William ROBERT J. SCHMIDT Resurreciion Pagf- Tluivvy-jizvr if JEROME VV. SCHNEIDER S+. Marfin RICHARD W. SCHNEIDER Sf. Lawrence CARROLL W. SCHNIEDERS Si. Lawrence CLIFFORD J. STROHOFER Resurrecfion PAUL H. SUNDERMAN Sk. Mariin 1-a,,.' Thirty-.vi.r WILLIAM E. TENBRUNSEL 5 SL Lawrence BERTRAND E. THEURER Resurreciion RICHARD H. THIEMAN SL William DEE W. THOMPSON Si. Teresa JOSEPH G. WEBER S+. Mariin Pam' 7'lAir1 y.vc sk Zee' A ' x 1, Q25 0 Qi S-1 . Si- ,. . , . gf K in. 'zi- , , '35 Q Qs-Qs ,QE-:vu ' tix 5 H V215 81: 53255 .9313 Er.: ,ga if sg.. my if E-:J Bs! SSI," Mx.: 2512 fi? Rf.: 'ISE M Eli bv iii ggi, ff, ski r nf 31223 Ziff iiix if? fbi M ,- +R: iejfl 4 29' .fps v.,1' iw mf WE. it ia D1 , Q26 mn 4. A ta' 4 I xs?i2 ig QQ 85335 gil I+? .fag tn: f Q5 'fre , 4 'E ii, 'Isf' 'iii' wsu 43315 Hs if: . X wx , . N 1 , l 2 'Y 3 'T R: ag, ji' xi E- Eg lp f " M 5 . Q Ef- . A S' 1' 'iii H 33's . . 'fiffi ICF? ,535 sign ,s-.: .N ik? nl' qfif fo Z sate Q53 . .513 vi iff? W F2165 12555 :L X Z 8 Z' ,yi :si i . E ov JOSEPH F. WEGMAN Sf. Caiherine JOSEPH F. WEISENBERGER Sf. Martin FRANK G. WOELFEL Sf. Lawrence P--gf Tim-1y,pigln WIIV Class History The March of Time I93l---NEW 1932 CREW 1933 ---WH EW! 1934---THROUGH 1 X w X-51. V.. i.:fAk,::1ijxW vi in , '23 MIX! 5 fgiiffifv WY xxx ' Rx 2 : TQ N Wai - 4 fbf A :EST uh x Xx - -k '- ww .' , . , xxkxx 9.10, , , :.ygY..' ,ff-if A. WX' -,M gi W. , , Y E. .1,lv,:yfg?Ij,t9 rp, lv A VQXWXM " 'M ' 1 X X Xrxxffxvx Q ' 1 Ax 4 ' I-K H lu ff? Y I Y' , XX 121 , f I ..,, X I5 or X 53:1 -f-4" J::4:QQPT,'ur : Eg ' 2. 1 ,.'fm1,e:-2, xl w "L W Wi W1 V' -'ZH jixam m rnaz mvl smax u . uw . "-1':.m:,,,"'f.'fa- MN Am k.N 7:3 Q ' 2 - gn... 1 'ir ' X uw, A - -'Q Y, -V -, wwf , wa J W , Q7 , - b . 1 as . ef V ,kai w.Q,. , 3, 3' fx" f "2 . . ' Y. ,844 0 f-E353 555 'ld 3, 'I f Hi?1i5h'gY 't 1 .. f .. ,P "' ' I fl K . 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JET Pt :ku VH"'7' 21' 'P 4 f 'fp . :+A -lil ,, fxh -- f-ww' X -1f.fffff ffSa4ff1'fm-A x w Q , Zz N A , ,f vw - f - u 9 N- ' -'WM 4 , V - :eg aww- - 0 f- -,x X - -1 x 1 . - 'Th-' M -' , A ' 5 kk? -Y " Ii' f' , . . P ' ' -. . L V b 1 . W 1 ,.- -W -Q , ,, WM, , enGRAvesh1mEeg:LpgnArye 'N .,,, W W -, .. A F. I ' ? "-5--'--'f'-ahf . M ' 'BY '-mPZ5S5",'l'7'qH'l"f,x'N'w' f .. ,, ,, X .74 .- .. if 59---- - ANN ,Q , Afx H M 5-W -,. ., . 4 Turning Back The Clock .Ja N ff?" s If-1.1-f.g".A v ,Wray 1 4 f if N W 4 if-:,,.- h A N4 Rv f"'i 'EEF -1 X 523 . Lie? Q A 'Q' 4 'F' '23 P ' f f V 1 la b 2 5 ' K' .1 - V - A ,M I 4 1, L ef . . f" ,,, , ..SW,, L 49 IL N I Af, X, S :fx im as at rg M A S . ,u ,Q 3' AQ ,1 WW QA I --sv -X ' ' fm? ., 3 Wt 51 ff? 5 5 3, f R . G+- '53, i' , A My N, "1 Q! .WF in I , ,-,' x W- .I , x Y "W Yr- 'hav we f'-in ,YT 'Vg .IUNIORS III A Fmsr Row-J. Mzrrrrr. sz, mgge. rx. Morgan, L. Hencrknmp, E. wcllzrrgrroff. M. Kraemer, 1. Lufmer, 1. Hynrrrrd. secoma Row-R. ouoway, E. wwrnfrg. Q. exrrrrarr, R. Morrrraq, H. sum, w. Lippr. N. Brinker, R. wznen. mum mw--R. Hrrrrwmrrg. J. Yunler, A. nrrrrrr, R. mr. P. srrenreucar. M. Mayer, N. Ofonncv, J. Drerrrnrrr. rcuxm nowgs. aerrue, R. Krrrrrrer, R. warrdmmerr, A. urrnrm. s. muurr. w. Lon, H. vw. FIFYH now- n. Rm, J. Doyle. L. Rohan. H. Bdnkmann, A. norm. E. srnrrorr, G. Grove. slxm Row-R. Oker, R. Moormnn, C. cw.-rry, w. Herman, H. Mrrrrrqrr. III B rum now-H. mer., v. mr-qler. A. Hrrrbrrrear. J. H, Lrmbbe. E. srradr, W. Kcmpcr. szconn Row- A. Altherr, cs. Goehke, 1. urrrrrrrr, N. lnderhces, P. Amo, J. Moran, c. Pleifier. wma now-v. Mmm. J. Luiz, L. Pragma, T. weurrrgrrow, w. semen. c. Mums. Foukm aowww, MAN, N. Mangold, H. nrrrrrr, J. srrggmr, N. venr, J. Fielcr, E. Rum-. Abgrrrreeic. ward. a. Prrgf Farr, O III C FIRST ROW-E. umm L. sm-mmf, D. McDovmlu, w. Rohan, C. Lwbm. sscomo Row-w. soculwc, R. Rmzng, R. RRR R. scnmef, 1. DL sawn. mum ROWfE. Rmwmc, R. Run. .L Sumner. E. scrmcdef. FOURIH ROW-G. ML-,en J. ww, w. Roddy, G vncfnqf. E an., Pugln Fully-uiylnl III D msr Row-H, Mm, 1. um. 6. Brenner, H. Mom, T. nam, J. scnmwnf, R. Eauefman. A. Schneniq, L. Leung. sscomu ROW-W. Rmqwd R amznq. H. sam., J. aww., J. Rcedmheamef, c. Mafumm, R. ofowmn, R. Mmnwef, R. smug. mmm Row-R. Hpnqrmfd, R. Macaw, s. Em-unqc, R. sufnmn, E. wow, R. Hin, N mmeme ef L Rack e numb Fouruu ROW-J vunmw J Rusmw R. Tram R. Hug. J. Hams, R. amen, w. Mccoy, R. lefvwfgen. H. Pmfu. Awww-c. Lenqerhgh, u. LVM, cs. swim. SOPHOMORES IIA mzsr ROWYA. ming. P. Neumann. L. aernnns, J. Korn. J. Tiellmnyer, c. Kemper. F. Nnell, H. srnarnleim. SECOND now-A. snag, L. Grimm, c. xnnpn, w. Backhnrms, L. srnnner, L. Wnnslrup. s. Mclnar, H. wnrnsrnnan. sz. nannrnnre. n-uno now-L. Myers, J. xnamnoxr, J. Gruber, R. lrnnon, w. Hoffman, J. wnzsn. R. vennnr, sz. Sarpcnau, A. Luebbc. Fouam now-J. Greeley, J. Kramer, R. cunnrang, P. arnrvnrrnnn, R. rrnnon, nz. Rmnr, J, acBY. my Finn' HRSI Row-w. nsmnrzn. M. sam, cs. angel. c. aonnnud. H, Sfoeber, B. snnnrnnn, R. Lnndv, J. Monahan seccmo Row-R. Cadisle, re, Neyer, w. Luken, R. Plngqe, H. cnnsennq, J. Crowe, E. Meyer, A. Rnnr R. Jnnnangr, R. Menninger. mano Row-A. Robinson, D. oewnr, w. Mannnry, J. wandgnssnn, J. am. E. winrnmr A Huber, L. Kenzer, rs. Janson. rounm now-J. sunnuebenlr, J. wnlnanqnnn. J. Mnyre, P. WilI?ng, A. weinrnnn A. sonrnnn. J. Connors, FIFTH ROW-D. Mrernwn. J. srhnef, oz. wen, R. Bening. IIB IIC FIRST ROW-E. Kluener, C. Rolles. O. Crockell, H. O'TooIe, J. Dwyer, J. Weber. SECOND ROW-E. Bauer, F. Ante, W. Brankamp, R. Maly. W. 6Grannen, J. Wese, 6. Sheer. THIRD ROW-E. Schlank, S. Hou Mun, R. Alf. E. Neggermann, W. Donnelly, M. Hater, J. Silbernngel, OP ROW-J. Conly, P. Lollman, C. anim, R. Schnumleffel, P. Meisenhelder, F. Frllsch, R. Hulh, Absenlees-P. Calanzaro, S. Meyer, E. Vogel, J. Wall. mast now-c. Recnscnznnf, J. Martini, E. Tnnfnpwn, 6. Mnnqnn, H. Kefnnn. R. Timmers, R. Reinsiallnr. sscowo Row-R. wniqnl. R. Lnnfnnnn. H. Kfannpnlnnnn, A. aan, P. Zimmer, N, sms. s. mm. w. Gales, mum now-s. Knonnnnn, D. Kefncn, R. Benning, R, smmveue, E. Schooner, n. wmel. E. wnnunl, F. Lnken J. Deallng. Founw Row-H. Kinney, T. scnnsble, E. Heyob, J. wnnl, J. Tnnsinq, T. Ryans, J. Tornllnson H. Kenning. ABSENTEE-J. snfnein. Page Fifty-our FRESHMAN IA FRONT ROW-O. ovefbeck, P, Robben, w. Mum, w. smqnnmy, J. Schachlelfcr. SECOND ROW- c. scmadef, 1. Manqnna, F. welsmqnon, M. Luebbefs, P, Mem-anger, N. amen. mmm Row-R. scmmq, R. numb, s. kenaf, J. Kelley, c. Ranma. FOURTH Row-J. Gum, R. wonfef. R. Rafverman, c. Grow, R, Plcuffcr. FIFTH ROW-R. V-He, W. MIINN, K. Levcert, A. Schehl. IB FRONW Row-R. Rofhrinq, J. McCle4Iand, M. vow, rs. Hmm, w. 1hQmpm, c. vm, R. annum. SECOND Row-w. Ffsvdf-W., R, seem, c. Boeing, A. Kurvwn, R. sfrmpmmf, R. vounq, R, sms, R. Leabeu, R WNMW-. 1HvRo POW-F. McDorwouuh, L. erm, R. Hufuwcmeacf, D. smwm, w. Mow, v. muafaqu, G. chef, R. Huwel.-FOURTH Row-A. willy, L. mn, A. Hem, R. sd-une, 1. winch, F, 1fean-M, J. sewing. l'u,1-- Filry-fm 1- IC mom Row-J. Murphy, R. Downing, L, wvue, w. R.-my A. umm. P, annum, N, comer. SECOND Row-w. Dealer, J. zum. D. sums. E. nndemm, W, signer, 1. Kfuegsex. n. Roman, R. wane. mum mow- J. soyre. E. Andres, P, awnqs. Q. sm. P. vondmhw, R. Mum... sc. schuwm. E. Muohen, F. Nieheus. FOURIH now-C, Mayer, M. scmnoam. A. Lobmu. H. mmf, M. cams, o. sawn, F. Mme. N, von- derhanr, c. scnirmm. l'ny.- lfilxylour mom Row-J. amnmfd. J. Luebbe, E. oeuinq, A. Mink., R. Mmm, R. Bunker. sscomn mow-P. Grin e. Hmm. s. oven. sz. Mmm, J, Penne, L. Meyers, F. Schrvud, R. node. mum now-J. Naueri, a. xaeemgn w. olcmmcf. A. um. sa. weagee. nz. Fedenq, J. King. e. smmpi, Foukm Row-R. Donnelly, F. Mme H. xwnma, H. scmnd. E. 1amM. ID E msr now-R. Neyer, J. Hursf, l.. magnum, R. s.-mga. G. owl, M, Beresford, H. Kessen. secowo Row- sz. Lame, J. Jmang, A. emma, cs. Mendel, J. ssilw, C. Jelen, A. Mangold, A. sclmadef. THIRD lzoww P. Neyer, L. Meyer, L. Cappel, H, Larrwbers, L. Gels, E. Kerslivlg, P. Lipps, J. Wenck. IF FRONY ROW-W. Mangold, M. McGnwan, D. Popp, P, Oswald, E. Halpin. SECOND ROW-R. Skidmore, 6. Schuster, J. J. Crowe, R. Melia, R. Raiienbergnr. THIRD SOH-E, Herbrvs, F. Wuebbling, E. Hauhrmn, J. Hughes, R. Weber. 1-..,,.- riff,-.nw ih Stenogapkarw P DCXUTQP Ngurxc K .IFIWZJKIQJ Akrfim 2 A '-jam 4 ' 1221 - ,fb-ix .-. Ma A pg, lv 1 SCKOOI Spirif from The IRQTNQT Pwr r,7f,-,fm Athletics I'-uh' Ififlx'-nfu: X 1 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT Rev. J. Krusling Afhletlc Direcfor Mr. Walter Barfleff Coach Mr, Harry Glancy Swimming Coach Captains G. Schaefer V. Lagaly Co'Cap+ains Foofball . ms , , f. 3' 1 ...5 'nn aw. J. Burman Capfain Baskefball J. Brennan Capfain Baseball Page Sixty "I+ musf never be forgoffen fha? fhe subiecf of Chrisfian educafion is man whole and enfire, soul unifed fo body in unify of naiure Encyclical on Chrisfion Educafion Football WOODWARD September 29. Elder High School opened its I933 gridiron season by defealing lhe "Bulldogs" from Woodward High School, I3-6. The game, played al' Corcoran Field, was marlced by lhe sensalional running on boih sides. The playing of "Legs" Lagaly, cen+er and acling capfain. was especially oulslanding. Kain's fleshy running. and Eilerman's speciacular puniing were deciding facfors in The Panlher viclory. Allhough Woodward's opposilion was sfiff, lhe resull seemed evidenl. once lhe Elder ouilil began lo click. HUGHES Ocfober 6. The "Big Reds" defealed Elder 7-6. al Norfhside Ball Park before 3000 fans. in one of fhe mosl fhrilling games ol lhe season. "Ernie" Sbhaefer. leff laclcle. lcepf lhe crowd on ils foes by handing in rhe besl performance of his career. Despife +he facf thai Elder oufplayed Hughes in every deparf- menl, scoring IB firsi downs lo 3 for Hughes, They were de- lealed by 'rhe very slim margin of one poinl. FOOTBALL SQUAD . , .. V Q .1 . z 1. . I-...H Q.. H Q ... . sonom now-4. asm, e, Schaefer, v. La aw, L. sum, E. amen, R. schmidv, D. Thampson, J. Anmanb, c. sffshofef. sumeme- w. semen, emi, R. Morgan. F. seiifosaq, E. wsugnghon, 1, LMS, E. wagering, , H. Hammers, c. sqrmeud, R. Eiiefyiw., R. suvihaff, J. vmf, R. F.i1peef.:k, E. wmmmf, 1. Kam, re. Hehem-ah, dmyra-slu.nE?.nafg, ez. Plaqge, iz. Reimavief, w. Herman, H. Mohr, E. sebum, T. weilznqmf, Rev. J. Kfusranq, cm .mon . . Iwi- xi..-1 F. Schroeder, Guard I i s.-13-.1..i.f XAVIER October l3. ln their tirst night game ot the season Elder trounced Xavier University High, I3-2 at Corcoran Field. Led by the inspired playing of "Whitey" Eilers, the Panthers had no ditticulty all evening and challced up their second victory ot the season. The whole team was clicking. but Eilers played the greatest game of his high school career, blocking four attempted passes. making many tackles, and scoring a touchdown. HOLMES October 27. Playing at home tor the tirst time during the year Elder was defeated by Holmes High School ot Covington. The two touchdowns were unearned. one being made on a tumble, and the other on a blocked punt. Elder, although greatly outweighed, tought on even terms with Covington. except tor the two bad breaks. Ed Benson, quarterback. showed up remarkably well tor the Purple and White. November 3. Elder tought qallantly tor the tirst three quarters. but then let the opposition slip through to score two touch- downs within the last tive minutes ot play. The tirst came on a line run and the second on a lateral pass. lt was Elder's tirst legal deteat, the tinal score being I4-O. Bob Schmidt. Elder's all-around man, proved himself worthy ot almost every position on the line. , do ollll M PU RCELL November 3, Elder loughl' gallanily for fha first 'three quarlers, buf fhen lei +he opposifion slip fhrough fo score fwo fouch- downs wi+hin +he las? five minufes of play. The firsi came on a line run and the second on a laleral pass. If was Elder's firsl legal defeat fhe final score being I4-O. Bob Schmiclf. Elder's all-around man, proved himself worihy of almosl' every posirion on fha line. ROGER BACON November l I. Alier having been rushed off iheir fee? in 'the opening minuies of play by a Sparlan iouchdown, Elder ref covered ifself and Foughl' a whale of a game The resf of lhe way. A drop kick for lhe poinf affer louchclown won lhe game for Roger Bacon, 7-6. Elder showed surprising lighl and great defensive slcill alfer lhe firsl few disaslrous minules of play, Slroholer played a nice defensive game. and gave evidence of All-American abilify. Bcih louchdowns were made by long marches down lhe field: Bacon converfed the poim' on a, drop kiclc, while Elder was slopped on an end run in an afiempl' lo add fhe exira point G. Schaefer C. Slroholer. Guard Pngn' .fixzy-iw Q. , - 1 'I .. ig E 1. fx. vt , 1 H."r'qs4. -xg' .. -2,1-W, 1 in 3 K.. ,- L. Eilers T. Kain 41.-.firm ir DAYTON STEELE November 18. Elder minus the services ot three of its iniured stars, Kain. Schroeder, and Schaefer, could not hold the Steele team atter the scoreless first quarter. The Dayton Steele team was iust too good and defeated the "Panthers" SIA7. at Kaiser Field. Dayton, Eilerman saved the Elder squad trom being whitewashed by pushing over a touchdown in the tlnal period. WESTERN HILLS November 30. Fumbles at three critical moments cost Elder the Turkey Day game and the J. J. Radel Trophy. Although the score does not indicate it. the game was a closely con- tested battle throughout, both teams gaining lbl yards from scrimmage. and Elder scoring IO tirst downs to 8 for the "Maroons." The game ended 9-0 in tavor of Western Hills, Kain's running, Lagaly's and Schoeder's defensive play. and Eilerman's punting were the highlights ot' the game. Nearly 8,000 fans witnessed the traditional struggle at Redland Field. the greatest crowd this annual game has ever drawn. Basketball Elder High School's l-loopsfers enjoyed a very good season in l933-l934, winning I2 our of lheir l7 games. Coach Waller Barllefl, aided by nine lefler-men from lasl year builf a formidable quinlel composed of Annarino and Tieffmeyer, guards: Burman and Thesing, forwards: and Budde. cenfer. The following members comprise The resl' of fhe squad: Flanigan, Schmidf, Berrlce, Kelley. Wegman. Lagaly. l-lausrpan. Slober, Schroeder, and Weasel. ln fhe Greafer Cincinnafi Cafholic League. composed of Elder, Purcell. Roger Bacon, and Xavier, fhe "Pan+hers" fin- ished in a fie for second place wifh Roger Bacon. This year in fhe fight for Dislrid Championship, Elder was sfopped by Hamilfon 23-l8. affer lhey had beaten Walnur Hills 30-I8 in fhe playoffs. The loss of 'the annual game fo "our rival" Wesfern Hills was more lhan made up for by lhe winning of many ofher equally imporran? games. Jack Burman, capfain, was fha sparlcplug of the learn, and largely responsible for many of 'rhe +eam's close viclories. Sfober, Tie+fmeyer, and Thesing proved fheir abilify in a greal' number of games by lheir aggressive offensive worlc. The ream, as a whole, enioyed a mosf successful season mainly because of fheir fine sense of co-operafion and degree of sporlsmanship. BASKETBALL SQUAD rnzsr now E suede, J. nenmeyer, J. swf-sn, J. Thesinq, J. weqmsrr. SECOND Row-iz, schmier, J. Amfina, H sfaeae v Lagaly, E, Kelley, F, scirraeaer, E. wesselmg. THIRD Row-E. Berike, R. smhaff, u. Thompson, R Heheman J Hausman. Pam- sr ll l Q li Y 9:5 rg. 'fm " . J . Burm a n in Q 115. ' - Flanagan ' ' RESERVES Dec Dec Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jen. Jan. Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb Feb. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Sf. James .............., Auiomolive . . Hughes ..... Roger Bacon .. Xavier High .. Sieele ...... Ludlow . . . Purcell ,.., Roger Bacon Purcell ...., Alumni ........ Woodward ,.., Xavier High . ,. Lima ...,... . . Wesfern Hills ,v., Disirici SWalnuf Hills .. Tourneyl Hamillon . . .. HRST Row-J. san, H. O'Toole, w. Hoffman, J. Weber, W. sr-Mqhnemy. sscouo Row-rc. Lundy, R. Bockersfefie, R, Bunker, N. Doepker, R, Traufh, W. Q'Connar. f-i,gfsf.ny4fm:.1 A 1 2 E. O. 35-20 39-I5 25-I5 23-37 40-25 lb-I9 32-25 2317 22-I9 28-33 26-I9 I9-26 40-I2 3l-25 25-33 30-IB IB-23 Baseball Wifh fhe firsf sign of balmy spring weafher fhe Elder afhlefes again falce foward oufdoor acfivifies. Baseball is always fhe foremcsf sporf. This year wifh four good sfarfing pifchers-Bruemmer. Crowe, Lagaly, and Tiaffmeyer-Coach Walfer Barfleff is loolcing forward fo a very successful season. The inifial sack is ably falcen care of by "Laffy" Brennan? Sfober covers fhe hof corner: Theurer af second and Burman af shorf complefe fhe infield. The outfield consisfs of Eilers af leff. l-larbsfreif af cenfer. and Cassidy af righf. The cafch- ing honors are divided befween Schmid? and Sfrohofer. Jack Burman. flashy shorfsfop. and "Leffy" Brennan, a veferan of four years of baseball af Elder. were elecfed co-capfains. From presenf indicafions fhe nine will have a mosl' suc' cessful season. Af fhe fime of publicafion fhey have nof losf a game in fheir firsf six sfarfs, and have scored 78 runs . . . an average of I3 runs a game. The opposifion regisfered only 23 markers, all told. This is fhe las? year of high school compefifive sporfs for mos? of The regulars. To them we wish fhe besf of luck, hope fhaf fhey have no frouble in downing fheir opponenfs. and sweep on fo fhe disfricf championship. FLASH -Elder Pennanf Winner in Cafholic High School League. BASEBALL TEAM NT ROW-D. CassidY. V. Laqely, H. Siaeber, J. Brennan, J, Burman, R. Crowe, R. Schmidi. SECOND ROW- H OTooIe C. Svroholer, R. Windgasen. J. Silbernagel, R. Ram, J. Roedersheimer. THIRD ROW-A. Hnrbslreif. a. viewer, L. Eilers, J. Iaenmeyef. wana J, semen, com. Pain' .Yixh W sm-my n X J. Brennan R. ScI'1mIdI nm. ua fi ' A ,I WJ, -v,1,,A. 1 4. WEM, 'I 1 'i fft ffllr 'il' g 3 I W2 I1,II -3- W 'Ffa'-FfI 1f'1.c 'Y ' .. .iff E' 4, mr.. :.wffv-- ' - ww W9 -L . I I 's. , E I . , 1 Mfg- . .-, "f,:' 'f'3Q5.lkjigeffv,f 411' I ." , 5 1 , . .-, -f I liufzi' . I 'vm ' Qwlf' 'IIXIIIKE I . Iv - -5 I v. Q 1-A I 'ii ' r-pf N' My I I M I' K:-Qtlfw. I.. R I Woodward I O LElder I I0 I Aufomolive 7 IYYI I Elder I I9 I Alumni I I Elder 7 I-Xaviglqigh AS LM 5e,?o JI I Purcell il 8 Eldier I I2 I SI. Gregory Seminary I 8 I Elder I I6 I Roger Bacon I I Elder YI2 DISTRICT TOURNEY: R I Wesfern Hills 4 I Elder 5 I Wiflwrow 6 Lauer 5 I Purcell 8 I Elder 4 II I Xavier High K2 I Elder - Minor Sports SWIMMING TEAM mom ROW-R. Neyer. J. umm, s. Houghfon, J. Merknnfer, H. Kennin . R. scfmesdef. ssconn Row- J. Schoif, G. Overbeck, F. Rack, R, Reinsfafler, R. Hug. 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Lindeman, E. B R. Eilem n. SECOND ROW-C Slrohnl r V L I R, H h mann J. Brennan G. S h I W. K m r fa . ., , agev. ec , . meer, ep x. semen, R. Mem. THIRD Row-iz. min. R. Lamps, E. Kelley, J. Picker, v. smmnmiao. v. Bc D. cmay. rouszn-i now-J. snimmw-, R. crows, w. slams, J. Mele., J. Hmmm, J. sim, s. new Pogv .sfr-.-iii,-hx LITERARY SOCIETY Wilh lhe deparlure of lasl year's Moderaror, Falher Haley. lhe Lilerary Sociery was combined with lhe Drarnaric Club and placed under lhe able direclion of Farher Slrilch. Al lhe lirsl meering of lhe year. which was held in fhe large sludy hall on lhe second floor, on Seplember 26, 1933, rhe officers were elecled. Mr. Roy Lindernan was insfalled in ll-re Presidenl's chair. Mr. lrwin Berllce occupied lhe posirion ol Vice-President Mr. Elmer Brennan look over lhe dulies of lhe Secrelary, and Mr. Harry lvlonnig was Sergeanl-al-Arms. Al lhe regular weelrly rneelings, some inleresfinq and in- slrucrive speeches were made. All of lhem were of a high qualily. but some call lor special menrion. The discussions on "Books in General" by Mr. James Meier. and on "l.ileralure" by Mr. Edward Benson were among lhe besl delivered durinC1 the whole year. On conlroversiallopics, Mr. Lawrence Friedman and Mr. David Cassidy demonsfraled a remarkable proficiency. while Mr. Eilermarfs oral rendilion of lhe Gelfysburq Address would have lalmen a prize if one had been offered. The Lirerary Sociely, headed by Mr. Charles Bonlield. was in charge of The liclrel sale for lhe play. ll also sponsored lhe Oralorical Conlesl. ELDER PLAYERS SHINE BRIGHTLY In Admirable Performance of Farce. "Give and Take" Before Capecify House LasT evening an admirable casT under The able direcfion of Rev. Alfred G. STriTch. gave an infer- esfing performance oT Aaron l-loffman's laTesT hiT producTion, "Give and Take." The show was held in SeTon's audiforium and drew a capaciTy audience which showed exTreme inTeresT in The performance Trorn The parTing of The curTains unTil The performers Took Their final bows. "Give and Take" was a farce in every sense of The word, and The Elder Players really inTerpreTed iT in every sense of The word. The skillfully woven ploT showed how a . . . "GIVE AND TAKE" A Farce Comedy By Aaron Hoffman The CasT Un The order in which They appearl Marion Kruger. Henry Wacksmufh Jack Bauer, Jr. ..... Roger Crowe AlberT Kruger ..... David Cassidy John Bauer .,...,. Roberf Lampe Daniel Drum ,....... Virgil Lagaly Thomas Craig, .Clifford Sfrohofer Policemen .... T George Schaefer 2John Brennan The enfire acfion of The play Takes place in The canning facTory of John Bauer. locafed in a small Town in Soufhern Cali- fornia. AcT l. A morning in early spring. AcT ll. A morning a monTh laTer. ACT Ill. Two weeks laTer. Direcfed by- Rev. Alfred G. STriTch Managed by- Charles Bonfield Pam sf 's THE BAND Elder's Band has come ihrough iis fourih year of existence successfully upholding its splendid record. Several of rhe members who helped lo win for Elder rhe championship in the first annual Catholic High School Band Confesr gradu- afed, buf The ranks were noi long deplered. The new members, Drum Maior included, carried on nicely rhe career begun by rheir predecessors in l930. Mr. Augusf Jung has developed ro a remarkable exfeni The ralenr of Elder's musically inclined siudenls. The Welfare Associarion also deserves much credit for if is this organiza- rion which has made a Band ar Elder financially possible. The Band graciously assisled af +he maioriiy of foorball games. enlivening ihe spirii of The srudenf body. lf also provided enieriainmeni' ar several of ihe social funcrions. On the evening of Friday, November IO, 1933, ar rhe annual Parenr-Son Nighi, ihe Band formally presenied for ihe iirsl fime ihe newly composed "Elder March." The Band also 'l'0Ol! perl' in ihe Red Cross demonsirarion laie in l933. li played a prominenr part in 'the firsr of 'rhe sectional Holy Name parades, marching ai The head of fhe Price Hill Division. Ai rhe requesf of the Price Hill Business Men's Club, il assisfed in rhe dedication of fhe recently improved Dempsey Park on Sunday, April 29, I934. ,1.- s.-f-.-.mi-fig:.f ELDER HIGH SCHOOL SONG V Wvfgis bsj mmm by WALTER D1'.LAhEY and JQALFRED SGHEHL JOHN MULVEYQ '83 CHORUS .f....:rE..-E:...,.L . .- -av I . :. Q: .... . : I IIGHIETIS'-225255-2SiL'51: Sl' E- .pn .42-1 -..f-Ti- L.. 'IZ 1-2-1 .LE , - ' Y-hlfll - Q - I I' El- der High, our Al- ma Mn - ter, We will al - ways love thy I -. .-. I . - I . I , "'c'5:I? ' Q ' E I OI I- :Q 1 I I- 3 - 3 Y A V- v,.,-,Y ' -.- i 1 -un H 1 If--1 1 I mug: 4-u . , ' EFL? I I name,H -- I azi--.rg ..... . - gui-...... . - .HiZi"""l""' ' ac..::r-a:-:TE:.'EE Read-y to pro-c1- 1 Hn fl-HH-1 I H417 . -I.,.,....:: Eg: -. .arcs co - ors, .lg-K--,AY -.-.v. BAND FRONT ROW- Wm. Gales. W. Backherms. L. Gels, W. Friedman. A, Mangold. R. Carlisle, J. Weisenberger, SECOND ROW- S. Keller. P. Gruber, W. Minnery, Mr. Angus? Jung IDirecIorI. P. Zimmer, W. Mangold, H. Kinney. TI-IIRD ROW- J. Yunluer. C-3. Gugel, R. Traui. J, Windqassen, L. Bernens. L. Rohan. O. Cvoclcefl. FOURTH ROW- E. Schoener, C. Geier. . Gerling, R. Hengehold. FIFTH ROW-- , Kruilwaup, W. Rohan. . Berling. . Helrners, M. 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The STuclenTs' SpiriTual Council enables The sTudenTs To rnalce a pracTical applicaTion of The Tacfs of The religion which They learn in The classroom, The S'TudenTs' SpiriTuel Council Tullills These demands admirably Through The acTiviTies which iT sponsors Throughoul' The year. IT reserved The Tirsi Tour pages of The school paper Tor The spiriTual news of The monfh. lT Took The S. S. C. To Think up e TiTTing ChrisTmas gifT Tor our parenTs. They realized ThaT a maTerial giTT would soon pass 'awey. so They conceived of a spiriTual giTT which neiTher The rusT nor The moTh could consume. nor robbers break in and sTeal. The gifi' was a novena To The Holy Family. The novena was concluded wiTh a Solemn High Mass aT ST. Lawrence Church. The S. S.C. also beneTiTed The school Tinancially by spon- soring a raffle. The proceeds of which were used To make up The deTiciT in The annual subscriphons, and To conTinue The issuance of The Elderedo. The school paper. On The morning of February 5. The sTudenTs oT Elder began Their annual reTreaT. under The supervision oT Mons. W. J. AnThony. On February 8. The reTreaT was brough+ To a con- clusion wiTh a High Mass in The gym which was converTed inTo a chapel. The success of The reTreaT is undoubTedly due To The unTiring efforfs of our ModeraTor. FaTher vonderbrink. The S.S. C. is probably The greaTesT moralizing TacTor in Elder Today. STUDENTS' SPIRITUAL COUNCIL The unif of fhe Calholic Srudenfs' Mission Crusade af Elder experienced iIs mosr successful year. Almosf one hundred members were enrolled by Ihe Moderafor. Falher Koenig. Dur- ing fhe Lenfen season, wifh fhe slogan. "A Movie for Brother Damian," fhe sfudenfs donafed an exceplionally large sum of money for fhe Soulhern missions. The Senior classes reached fheir quofas wifh fhe Juniors nof far behind. The annual C. S. M. C. dance and card party held af fhe Gibson Hofel was well affended by Elder sfudenfs. one of fhe officers of The unif being a member of fhe dance com- miffee. The zealous efforfs of Fafher Urban Koenig were in a very large degree responsible for ifs success. His able leadership was supplemenfed by fhe worlc of James I-lausman. Presidenfr I-lerberf Bill, Vice-President Lawrence Plogsfed, Secrefary: Thomas Wellinghoff, Treasurer: William Schell, and Alberf Bill. Delegafesz and Roberr Meyer. and John Ficlcer, formed Ihe Commiffee of Acliviiies. The premise underlying all Crusade worlc af Elder is The belief fhaf mission acfivifies should noi be direcfed merely fo foreign fields, buf 'rhaf if should begin af home. A monthly leaflef concerning fhe home and foreign mission fields was published by Ihe unif. Thus if can be said Ihaf fhe spirit of Elder was invigorafed by fhe C. S. M. C. CATHOLIC STUDENTS' MISSION CRUSADE nm 11 I, W Home Pnyr 1sryl.1,-iff.-D What is The Elderado? IT is The rnonThly school paper of Elder. IT is The manilesTa- Tion of Elders Tirsl' aTTempT To publish a school paper, and having been founded during The currenT school year, This pub- licaTion has moved smooThly along The road of success under The guidance of FaTher Vonderbrinlc and FaTher l-lilverT. Since The issues QT The Elderado are disTribuTed among The sTudenTs wiTh no expense To The sTudenT body. ouTside assislance was aT Times needed in order To defray The expense of publishing This paper. We are, however, glad To know ThaT The friends of Elder have been inTeresTed enough in This paper To supply The re- quired Tinances and Thus To aid The developmenT of Elder's newesf acTiviTy. By means of This paper, The acTiviTies of The school have been broughf To The aTTenTion of The public. This alone would be reason enough Tor The enTire sTudenT body To commend The members of The Elderado STaTl for The worlc which They have done in The publicaTion of This periodical during The firsT year ol' iTs exisTence. AccounTs of religious acTiviTies as well as of oTher maTTers of The school have been published in This paper. Thus The Elderaclo has nol' only acquainTed The public wiTh The secular acTiviTies of Elder, buT has also been The means whereby The public has become acquainTed wiTh The various religious acTivi- Ties, which enTer inTo The scholasTic life of every sTudenT of Elder High School. THE ELDERADO MONTHLY S , . V 2 'Q W Q. P:-: li f - 43' f A f .i ', Robber? Meyer r, . Moy lincfzmau 0 ' zz www. ,. In Ji l, ' X V Z.. ff f 7 XXl'fsvvim3 I Q j , Y1b Y rf' ' A E , Qs SWE' M' ' "" 4-iz?-" - W Q Ilfclmzs. Maier , - --- ---' Xfran1v.y15ukwf Z 1 'A - Flf01Q11JEiClSQf' 1l' gf ,zz ,af : Q jf ' A 41 + SMX A RUF Mncznf Erocksclunidf ' Pqilgselynj llaxvrence lgiatfrrfan Pam- liiglnly-fum ROW-E. amen, rc. Lamps, R. Lnaemfm, J. ser. Hwsmsn, E. McGrarh. Rev. Arfhur J. Powers .... ...lvloderafor John Merlchofer ....... ,...., P residenf Elmer Brennan ,. . .... Vice-Presidenf George Schaefer . . . ...... Secrelary Herberf Bill ...,...,.. ,....... T reasurer The Solalec Club, composed of fhe Senior Lalin Siudenis. was founded during fha school year of I928 for lhe purpose of encouraging lhe sfudy of Ecclesiasiical Lafini Under the guidance of Father Powers. who succeeded Falher Koller as Moderafor, quile a few innovations were infroduced info 'rhis year's organizafion. Among rhese was a Lafin periodical capiioned "Vigil Lalinus," lhe firsf alfempl of Hs lcind in ihe hisiory of The Solalec Club. A club emblem was adopied. Drasiic changes in ihe manner of conducring fhe Lafin Contest. an annual evenf of ihe Solarec Club, were pu? info effect Meeiings were held every 'lwo weelcs during lhe regular Lalin class period. Af lhese. one of the members assigned lo fhe iaslc would lranslale a poriion of a Laiin prayer said in fhe Mass or ai one of the popular Church devofions, and accompany 'rhe franslafion wifh a hislory of lhe prayer or of ifs aulhor. The resf of fhe meeting was given over To a dis- cussion of club problems, or to privafe translation of articles in "Vigil Lalinusf' The Solaiec Club has always enjoyed successful seasons in rhe pasr, buf, ils members believe. fhis year's was The best I J. Powers qmaammfy, E, Brennan, H. sin sscouo now Mayer, sz. Kerkhoff. mmm Row-c. Laos, w. Blame, SOLATEC CLUB QDIUIK AIDWEIKHSIEIKS GD IV IF IE IR WMU IRIEIUIIMBILIE 3 IEIKWIUE NL HEY, YOUSE GUYS! FOLLOW THE ARROWS THROUGH THE ADVERTISEMENTS AND WIN AN ANNUAL FOR '35 R U L E S Follow the arrow through the ad pages. Words appearing in quotations in an ad space by themselves are to be formed into a complete sentence. The three entrants submitting the most nearly correct sentences will receive the prizes. Duplicate awards will be given in case of ties. Mail your sentence with corner of this page to "Contest Editor," Elder High School, Price Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio. Contest closes June 30th. 1934. Three Annuals will be awarded-1935 edition. Judges' decisions will be accepted as final. No entries will be returned. WO 1 6- 6 Q59 Nqrb P L I X...-..-..-..-.-..-...--..-..-E-.1 sz: :Y 1 :ss-........::L.ss.Y..-3 : -- sf it if l I f SEPTEMBER W 5 Registration Day. What a mess! 8 Conditional Exams. Everybody llunks. t 11 First day of school. Freshie leans on bell by mistake. Confusion reigns supreme. 1 12 First full day of school. NRA dot-sn't atl'cet our hours. l 13 Football players seen, Father l-lilvert included. I 14 Freshics use wrong stairs. Book store mobbed. I 15 We did a lot of sweating this week. ' lti First free day -Saturday. ' 18 Lecture by our Principal, rules laid down. 19 More ot' the same. S. S. C., Athletic Association and Literary Society organized. xi 20 Underclassmen mobbed by Seniors in rush to get out of Room 25. , 21 Unpleasant happenings cause Seniors trouble. It clears up almost immediately. I 22 Second week gone. 23 Middletown game called nit- rain. 25 Father Powers leaves Seniors ott' ol' night work. Will wonders never cease! 26 XVe pay for the oft'-day with a double dose. 27 Annual meeting today. lting tnceting also. Pep meet, too. Whatta messa meetings. 28 Freshies call our secretary "Miss Koldef' 29 Last day of school in September. X 30 We play Woodward. We 13, They 6. OCTOBER 2 Elite Club gets started. Seniors start breaking things in Chem Lab. 3 Father Harbrecht sports a brand-new skeleton. 4 Chemistry clnss drowned by Father Lamott's experiment. 5 Father Harbreeht brings radio to class to listen to the World Series. 6 We play Hughes. We 6, Youse 7. 8 Holy Name ltally called oft'-inclement weather. i 9 Father Hilvcrt's stories'grow dny.by day. 10 The Annual dummy arrives: associated with Father Hilvert. ll E Club meeting ends in n hat-tossing contest. 12 Thanks, Chris! 13 Another free day-reason unknown. I6 Wet wcatherg six weeks' tests startg Profs get tough-must be the etfects of the weather. 1 17 More of the same -grief. I8 Notes-all bad, especially Father Kramer's. 19 Helmcrs has his daily debate with Mr. Kuley. 20 Confound these notes. 21 We trim Xavier 13-2 in a night game. 23 Teachers' meetingg we get out early. 24 Halt' at the school is late at noon: said that they didn't hear the bell. Imagine t at. . 25 Boy, how quiet it is today! Things sure are dull. 26 Elder reserves lose to Xavier reserves, 19-2. 27 We play Covington at home. Score 1340 in their favor. 30 Book report books start tlying. Reserves lose to Purcell, 7-0. 31 Witches and goblins :i-winging tonight. NOVEMBER I All Saints' Day. 2 Junior Latin class rm-volts. Father Powers que-lls this uprising with penalty paper. 3 Father Anthony gives a political speech in the gym. 4 Again we lose to Purcell. Score, 14-0. 6 Boy, it's cold. Sr. , - Y in-,ff 1s.'.,1,f,4- .ffm-1 Said the Gingham Dog to the Calico Cat, "I never used to know just Where I was at, But now when I want a good cozy fire, I call up my good friend 'HOT FIRE MEYER '." alll!! 4L!1iNfi-!bLYJlLQJLM!LLQJL3UJLK9LJlfLQ4l'LQIL!fQLYAbLQJQQIL!AL?!JL!f9l!f! Lg M k7'i1K'7i . PPG Y1 SIPLZLIULLW Q 5 53 Q 51 5 E e 5 Q 5 5 5 if 2 if HIV. 'Q' 0 HIE? "Goh bless Gut i!9nme" - ADAM MEYER will keep it WARM. SLSCW-W.-. . NN Q N. I x I ow-Toll 'Ki Nqx. 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" Youll have to manage them yourself, and your success will depend on how A systematically you save. o ll . 2 We suggest a Provident Savings Ac- count, to which you can add regularly each week. Theres a Provident Branch 6 in your neighborhood at Warsaw and E Enright. P Lowa we our H IIUVIDE 'I' 2 SAVINGS B Ksrnusr cn . Home Oflice: H Seventh and Vine, Cincinnati, O. o " "l4 Conveniently Located Branches" EEO! IOZOI IOZOI IOZOI IOZOI IOZOI Page Nirwlyfun -N i w .- o ll 2 .. o Il 2 3 ll 9 3 Il 2 5 ll o -. 0 U 2 .. o ll 2 5 ll Ol I0 HEA CLEAN - DUSTLESS - SOOTLESS - SAFER Protect Your Health with Dependable Fuel Over 100 grams of continuous heating service. QUEEN CITYCOAL Co. MAIN 5170 913 DIXIE TERMINAL BLDG. 4 I ' I! Advertlsers Phone XVABASH 0175 IL1FF AND GLENWAY Avlis., PRICE HILL HENRY H. GRUETER '65 SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS Courrcous Sedans for Weddings and Ambulance Service Other Functions I N yt ........-.-....,....-...-..-..-..........-.:' 1:-ef--:T .-.......... 1: ..-:::.....,.-.2721 .. NOVEMBER lContinuedl 7 Arma virumque eano. First snow today. 8 Senior A History class jugged by Father llaneberg for skipping. 0 Debates held in English class. 10 Parent-Son night. The Seniors stage a show. ll What a thriller. Roger Bacon 7, Elder 6. 13 Fifteen in the shade today. Many ears frozen. 14 Father Hilvert absent, but Seniors do not skip class. 15 Annual staff picked. 16 School covered with N. E. A. signs. 17 Meeting of the Seniors for the bonfire rally, Wednesday, November 20. 18 Elder 7, Steel 51. Nothing need he said. 20 Says Father Kramer during test, "Give me your papers as you pass True indeed. 21 Father Hilvert works the "chiseler" system on our notes. 22 N. E. A. turns out to be New Elder Annual. Pledges passed out. 23 Pledges returned. 24 Pledges still coming in. 27 Annual meeting today. 28 We gather wood for the pow-wow. 29 Big pow-wowg plenty nt' fun and spirit. Snake dance also held. 30 The old rivals heat us again-9-0. DECEMBER 1 Free Day. 2 Elder reserves beat Western Hills reserves, 13-6. 4 Back to class. Father Hilvert springs n surprise test. 5 Annual stall' gets mixed in dates for annual meeting. 6 Jimmy Meier aslounds the Latin class today by making an error. 7 Speech by Judge Druffel. Another sneaker test pulled. 8 Immaculate Conception. Free day. ll Another Blue Monday. 12 lt must he Green Tuesday, because we act so dumb. 13 The Faculty slides around the campus. 14 They sure keep our nose to the grindstone. 15 Basketball season opens. St. James 20, Elder 35. 18 Father Stritch flnds a Junior locked in a cupboard. 19 lt looks like Old ltlan Winter is here to stay. 20 We escape a Religion test today. 21 Automotive 16, Elder 40. 22 Students' Spiritual Council gives its annual Christians party. 25 Merry Christmas! 27 Hughes 15. Elder 25. JANUARY 1 Happy New Year. 3 We return to the old grind once more. 4 Father Haneberg on time for the tlrst time this school year. 5 This was a nice. short week. Roger Bacon 37, Elder 23. 6 Withrow 17, Elder 27. 9 Snow today. Father Murphy gets tangled in a trig problem. 10 School robbed. Annual money taken. 11 Detectives found snooping around the school. 12 Xavier 25, Elder 40. 15 Group pictures taken for the Annual. 16 These semi-annual exams look as though they might bc tough. 17 Who said that Seniors lead a life of bliss? ,-..-...... out." -af 1 lk :nuff Na.f1,v.il.i .N Harry W. 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FEEDS ll W FLOUR, SALT AND COAL ,i 1457 io l46l HARRISON AVENUE 1 i .111z1,1..11 111C1.-.....1 1:11111 111-1-11- 1 l YF W Y -Y Y H V Y Y Y W 'iw W rl il Follow the Panthers in the H Western Hills Press - I UP ' 1' i 1. 3tI'O1'11Ze " ,, Harrison and Glcnmore Avenues 1 ', l 111.1 11111, 111-11 ...-.1 1 ,.11E1,..-111 1 l W MONTANA zsxz MONTANA 2313 I L i HENRY LITIVIER ' STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES 1 FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS " 2306 HARRISON AVENUE I W 1 We Deliver CINCINNATI, OHIO I 'l -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 x........1 1 . ,sd lg Yi MJ JANUARY tfiontinucdl 18 An old professor, Father Haley, returns, he does not stay. 19 Steel 19, Elder 16. 22 One more week before the semi-tinals. 23 Elder 34, Ludlow 25. 24 Every year we are informed that the exams will be hard. We know it. 25 Father ltlurphy's hair is thin because, as he claims, no grass grows on a busy street. 26 Elder loses, in spite of Father Haneberg's cheering. Elder 17, Purcell 28. 29 Sub-zero weather and semi-finals. What a combination! 30 More ot' the same. 31 We're weakening under the strain. FEBRUARY t Will these tests never end! 2 Relief! A free day. 5 The Retreat begins with Mons. William Anthony in charge. 6 The second day of the Retreat. 7 And the third. 8 The Retreat ends with High Mass. 9 A free day. 12 Thanks, Abel 13 Alumni 19, Elder 26. Lindeman gets a razzing for his crooning. 14 Father llilvert continues to crack his stale jokes. 15 Father Haneberg on time, the Trig class gets tardy slips. 16 Woodward 26, Elder 19. 19 Robbers invade the school again. This time they are unsuccessful. 20 The new skeleton is placed on exhibition by Father Harbrecht. 21 Xavier 12, Elder 40. 22 Thanks, George! 23 Why did we have to come to school today? NVe beat Lima, 31-25. 26 Father Hnneherg is staging a tardy slip contest in Trig class. 27 Seniors heat Faculty. We lose to Western Hills. Score 33-25. 28 The Facility Protest Board declares that the Faculty, and not the Seniors, won the annual basketball game. MARCH 1 Vtfalnut Hills 18, Elder 30. 2 NVe lose our second game in the district tourney. Hamilton 25, Elder 18. 5 Helmers' pen is still at the factory. Parents-Teachers Nite. 6 Father Kramer happy, Helmers pen arrives: we rejoice. 7 Snow, snow, go away, Elder students want to play. 8 Mr. Thoma speaks on the Catholic press. 9 Seniors begin to total their credits. Alas and Alack! 12 Schaefer hlows Father Lamott's desk away when he sneezes. 13 Father Hilvert makes XVegman the admiral of the Ohio Navy. 14 Father Lamott makes a mistake in an experiment. NVhat terrific odorsl 15 Who are these poets who write verses about Spring? 16 The Irish cannnt show their colors. Praise the Saints! 19 Father Hilvert's classes strike. 20 The strike continues. He seems happy. 21 First day of Spring. Nicc, warm weather. 22 Second day of Spring-Zero. Father Farrell interviews the Seniors. 23 Four B fools Father Hilvert. Hooray! 26 Beckman is away ahead in the tardy slip contest. 27 Seniors get pointers from Father Kramer on future life. 28 Half-day of school. Easter vacation starts. DF W .. 'X mm- Nf.,f1,--a- ....-......-..-..-.....-..-......-......-.....-.,.......-.g-0 1 42A -......-...-..-.-....-.......-..-..-..-................. .....-.....-.-.,.......-..-.-.....-........-......-.- A FRIEND -,.-..-...-..-..- MARIUS GRILL GLENWAY NEAR BEECH Eff ! MESSMAN-WENSTRUP I Il Ii . . I Quahty Clothmg Lg 1 611-613 MAIN STREET I gl MEYER'S I 1 ! CONFECTIONERY f i You - -- --A - -- - - - -- -- -- -- gn... X'.-..-.1-.-..-..-........-......-. xamy-.-fyh: -If 5 59 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -I I ...... .-..-...-..-..-..-..-..-...-..........-..---.....-.-...-. BEST WISHES ro Graduating Class of 1934 I AL IVI. BOEX I. "Complete It J I Insurance Service" 'I 1 1, -, ASSOCIATE ' SIT gf GENERAL AGENT I 72215-: Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa 708 DIXIE TERMINAL BLDG. CINCINNATI, OI-IIO .--....-.....-.........-..-...-.-....-.....-..-..-..-..-. MDC!! .-..-...-..-.-..-..-..-..-....................-..- -............-..-..-..-.......-........?,........-....., I I 1 I I I If I I I R' MONTANA 3638 WERK AND BOUDINOT AVENUE .IOSEPI-I E. DAY, Inc. CONTRACTOR CONCRETE AND CEMENT WORK STONE WORK EXCAVATING -...............-...-..,......-n-..,--..--..-............-. ...,..?..--.-...,.-..-..-..-.,..-n-..-..-..-.... .-I II Mahoney's Pharmacy I II "rl Slore You'll Like to Palronize" " I Free Delivery II I WAEASI-I 4904 - 4805 I' I 4474 WEST EIGI-ITI-I ST., AT PEDRETTI .I-......-.,...-...........-..-....-..............-..g T..-.....-..-..-.....-..............-.........-......-X I I a 1 II I S1mon's Shoe Rebuilding II I JOI-IN MAX, Emp. II " 4920 GLENWAY AVENUE I We Call :md Deliver I J WAEASI-I 6028 'I I..,....- .-..-..-.........-....-........-....-...I -.....................-...........-..-.........-.....iX BARRE GRANITE Co, Q MONUMEN'l'S I I Charles E. Pister II EIGHTH AND ENRIGHT AVENUE I I .II WABASH 1443 .-..-...-...-..-..-...-........-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..... ..., -..-.?-.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..---..-.-..-..-n-..-...I Davoran's Quality Shop A FRIEND .....-..-..-...-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..........-.......-.... I FURNISHINGS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN I HATS AND CAPS H WARSANV AVENUE AT ENRIGHT AVENUE WI T..........-.-..-..-n....-..-....-..-n.......I The Willenborg I I Stationery '35 Printing Co. If 523 MAIN STREET If I 214 E. EIGHTH STREET I Qg.-..-.d,.....-......-n...-..-..-..E.-......I .............- ...-..-..-..-E......- -..-..-.,..-.i, I I I I I I I -A-.-.--..-..-..--..-..-......- .-1----54 ---...--n Pg Nl eav-me -.-.-,.-.-.-..-,r,r,x1:,-,',K-,gs-,,',,-,.-.-.-.-. THE ELDER HIGH SCHOOL WELFARE ASSOCIATION extends to the Graduating Class of '34 its sincerest congratulations and best Wishes OFFICERS MR. GEORGE AUG .....,........ President MR. GEORGE TIETTMEYER . . .Vice-President MR. ANTHONY A. KUNZ, Recording Secretary MR. EDWARD H. LAws.. Financial Secretary REV. FRANCIS J. BREDESTEGE ..... Treasurer O O S756 C125 OH 1 .......-.tf-:Q-?-is -- -.-11 1.-..-.2 ::.--....:es-u-.sE--- APRIL 1 Happy Easter, Bunnyi Everyone seems to be sick. Easter eggs, most likely. Father Murphy absentg what a celebration! 3 4 5 The balmy Spring days are not here yet. 6 The baseball season opens. Elder 10, Woodward 0. 7-8 The Elder Welfare Association gives a bazaar and card party. 9 Some Seniors finally awaken and find that school has started. t0 Seniors still counting credits. 11 Four A tllibusters Father Kramer. -..-:-f:-.--..-..-...--..-- X i 12 Says Father Powers, "They pulled the horse into the city, and you know the rest ot' the tale." 13 The Solatec Club contest is held for Juniors and Sophomores. 16 Elder 22, Automotive 1. 17 The whole school plays sick-opening day. 18 Father Murphy and Father Powers are oil' the Gold Standard. We sutfer. 19 Father Wimmers still keeps the jug going. 20 Xavier 4, Elder 4. 23 Father Lamott's chemical reactions reverse on him again. 24 Purcell 8, Elder 12. 25 Four A sings "Happy Birthday" for Father Hilvert. 26 St. Gregory 8, Elder 16. 27 The Annual Stafl' goes into a huddle and emerges with the finished product. 29 The initinl performance of the play, "Give and Take." is held in Seton auditorium. 30 Debates held in Father Hilvert's Civic classes. MAY 1 Flower-planting time is here-or is it? 2 The second performance of the play is given. 3 VVe prepare for the ilnals. 4 District Tourney. 7 We learn that the school term is shortened. 8 Father Hilvert finally cracks a new joke. 9 We wonder what happened today. I0 Ascension Thursday: a free day. 11 The end is not far otl'. 14 The Eldorado goes to press. 15 Just a regular Tuesday. 16 Oratorical Contest eliminations held. 17 Oratorlcal contestants burn midnight oil. 18 Oratorical contest held. 21 Athletic Banquet! 23 Clowning. 24 Frowning. 25 guailing. 28 ailing. 29 Flunkcd! 30 Relief- Decoration Dayi JUNE 4 Class Day. 7 Graduation. So long! -A -Y - ...M " "' 1-......-....-.....-..--..,....... Pi-,N our H... --54 n I ,l L M- W ll l l I En iff- L A N G l Elder High School Dodge - Plymouth l SERVES 3741SQJ5Exl1?1lxi?izl?iSNuE I Phones: wmmh 0008 - 0009 I ,-.--..-...-...-..-..-..-..-n...-.U-...................... T O ....u.....-...........-..n.......,.u----W ' l E i Compliments of 2 N Dr. Carl H. Stricker Q l DENTIST T MERICA T.T-M,,.w.,u,..T,,,,T,W,-,, g FINE n-......-..........,.-.-....,.u i ICE CREAMS T E 1 Originators of SPUMONI i l 2Q':ii:3Z'::.iZ:11ii:1ZZ1iZ2 3 A FRIEND l i C at? 1 ll l V. ..,: lll. -lg 0-0 .. .T . ii,,-,.,.,,-,.,.,,,h,,,.,...,,,q,,,,,,,, I 4.-..,, I f WEST END l A FRIEND PRINTERY E 917 5 STATE I, img., 4 - if ' fx JF L?Xx 1 - ' 1-f m uf + my iff -.1 ,- ei.-'-QN - 1BlZfDY'Z'fh0,LlihCh glfjlg 1Hf0wIDidrlfhayiGdin? 1Koom Qc? Him - m x ' ' No1PeHi1x 6,,,lf3oyJf X , .f sw iffsff. . . W .Q-Fj'3,: . W .m 3 1+ J, ., ..M?. , T 7 I Siffirug on1HliJU1wT flfhdtardoeg of Aw, Mil? .xi m 5 f i' 'X ' r x ' qi 'I' --I AFV: V 2 A A ii: Y . ' 'fi ,t Q' 1 ., sew . ? It 2 gr 4, , ' g ix 111 4. 'ff 3-Nh," 'f' 6 'F x l mfg T, 1 I ,-if 1 1 E QLNX I i',ft3i!51lAg.-' -aff , - 1 . . x . V fm 0 GP-N 'XL+"7' F03 4' 7 :xi 1 ' N V 1 --. , '- . ,,, .4 -., b.. .. 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E I L ,L.L...,...--LL R ill I .-.....u-.,....-..-..-..-..-...-....-..-..-.....-....-. .............--.-.......,....--.-...........--......I,..,,.- ,...........,-..-..-.......-..-.,,.-.-......-..--....-...-......... MARMER'S SHOE STORE For QUALITY SHOES JACK MARMER, Prop. WABASH 5987 WABASH 1305-W 3626 WARSAW AVENUE 4036 GLENWAY AVENUE ---...-.-......-...---...,-,.....-..-..-.......-......... ....-..-........-......-.....-,........-..-......-..-........- . n..-....,.--- ........-......-.........-..-........--...................... "Ought" -..-.....-...n.-0.-...................-..........-................-.................................-..-........................-.... ..-..-..-..-.-......-,-....-.-..-.....-..-..-..iI "As Faizhful as OLD I1AI'rHFUL" WILLIAM F. WEBER 1202 Carew Tower Cincinnati, Ohio Represg-ming Mutual Trust Life Insurance Co. Chicago. Illinois .-.........................-..i,...,-..-..-..-.---...-.-. Oflice Phone. Wllbash 0373 Notary Public Joseph F. Sehlhorst Licensed Real Estate Broker 4916 GLENWAY AVENUE PRICE HII.I. CINCINNATI, OHIO NI , H I I II TI I I I I .-.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-...................-,..--..Q TOM and HUGHEY PUROI. STATION TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE ST. LAWRENCE CORNER XVAHASH llZ5 Xvcsrwood Smrion: Harrison ar Fischer Plncc MOntann 0I85 ..-.......-..-.................-.-...-...-..-..........-..-. I I 'I I: J L. N...-..-...........-..-..,.....-..-.....................-..- George's Barber Shop 3636 West Eighth Street Qnear Enrightj CINCINNATI. OHIO Geo. J. Mirlcnbrink. Prop. ...-......-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-.....-.............-..-. -....,...-.-..-.....................-.,......-....,.-...... Leonard J. Wuest, NLD. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON WADASH 5421 WABASH 3450 4900 GLENWM' AVENUE ,-r--.....-.....-.....-.k..........................,,..... WALTER WEHIVIEIER CURTAINS, RODS and DRAPERY FIXTURES DRAPERIES AND WINDOW SHADES YVABASH 4262 2759 RIVERSIDE DRIVE ......................-....................-............... 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FITZPATRICK Prescription Specialist PHONES: WABASH 1120 - 1121 GILSEY AND GLENWAY AVENUES PRICE HILL I 3' ....................................-...-...-g::..-..-..-...E -- :............ 1: -- f -- ge 1:-nw: 54 1 0 H 1 1 1 -....-..-..-............-..-..-.....,., -..-..-..-.,.-..-..-.............-..-..-...-..-..-.....?...-M-.. fi Q S Llldlllv VIJ JUVlll'll gf ,V- ' , " "' ' ' - A ' , Mfvkatb' Sollnierzstinqo? L ,, vvvn 4- ---,.- . .' , , and--' -dw- .. -.. . . K ,, W 0 , . fv " E!!-W f 7 E1 7W01gfffffil'ff?X+l:,, ' Ifufurc Sfars W u Nb Jr' i , , 1A I . .A-Q ! W Q 1 ll ' hw 1 "f...J y X' g "-- N -44' -...A 1 w - sys 7 ffjd. Umou, lildgrf ffrazy Ahh fan 152 Th t M X c P01111 H - 'Mx vs ac 1 I I' iQ C. P. KELLER GROCERY AND DAILY MARKET Compliments of POULTRY, FISH AND GAME in Season Phones: WAbash 1730 - 31 " WARSAW AND FAIRBANKS 1 .gg . H1-SEA GAS KENDAL OIL TIRE AND BATTERY SERVICE Conners Service Station EDDIE CONNERS 905 STATE AVENUE WEST 4107 FROM HERE ON. FIND YOUR OINN WAY. THE WORDS ARE IN AD SPACES BY THEMSELVES. YOU CAN'T MISS THEM. if Zi H Q 5 w I sr H, ' I Bible I JTO? 7 PEGGY'S GRILLE Our Specials: Double Deckers Steak Sandwiches Italian Spaghetti Chili Toasted Bun Sandwiches GLENWAY AND WEST HIGH il' hl X' BASSMAN. OMER BATH, GILBERT BRINKER, ROBERT DELLER. WILLIAM DOEPKER, NORBERT FRIEDMAN. WILLIALI HURsT, JOHN KING, JOHN KLUMB, ROBERT ' KRUESSEL, THEODORE LITTELMANN. RAYMOND LUEBBERS. NORBERT MAUSE, FRANK MEYER, HERBERT MEYERS, LE ROY MCDONOUGH, FRANCIS I the "Little 0nes" MCNAMEE, ROBERT MUTHERT. EUGENE MURPHY. JOHN O'CONNoR, WILLIAM OVERBECK, OLIVER RATTERMAN, ROBERT RIEHLE, GEORGE ROBBE, ANTHONY ROBBEN. PAUL SCI-IOPMEYER. ROLAND THOMPSON, WILLIAM TILLY, ALFRED VALE, ROBERT Voss. CHARLES WOLEER, PAUL Send Sincerest Congratulations to be is l University of Dayton fFormrrly St. Mary College, DAYTON. OHIO Boarding and Day School for Young Men. under the direction of the Society of Mary College of Liberal Arts and Science Liberal Arts I Commercial Science General Science College of Education 'College of Law College of Engineering Mechanical Electrical Chemical Civil Pre-Medical Course 'Evening College Classes 'Summer Session College Preparatory CLimited Registration, Reserve Officers' Training Corps 'Open to Women ' REV. WALTER C. TREDTIN, S. M.. President 1 1 A the "Big Ones 'TT 4 yn 'fbi THE FENWICK "Why don't you come down and see us some' time? 42 3 Commercial Square Pugh' Ol H i I I X TW .E E -rr ,E....-.---,.-.......... X 1 PHONES? WABASH 0365 - 0366 - 4512 SOUTH 0560 - 0561 V The John J. Radel Co. if Funeral Home 1 +-4 --+ 1 ' GLENWAY AND DEW EY AVENUES HENRY J. RADEL. President 11 Br 2Q................................-.......................-.........,,-..-............-...... -............. ll 71 1 To br............-......-..............................-...,.....,....-..,.................................-........... 1 5 1 5 "Nl LUGERINGS 1 STEPHAN BILEK ,Q SHOE REPAIRING f All K' d Ice Cream On Price Hill Slice 1911 In S 5031 Glcnway Ave. 2 AQXX:HGf5agSd W W E W - H W f V 1 1 V W H-l01liNV:-L1Bl5iR'IlY s1iREEriV -r if V 1 ff E 1 H , N E E EEZ, I 1 Compliments of CON'IgE:Eixg11jERY B0sch's Barber Shop ll 4530 WEST EIGHTH STREET 3827 GIQHWHY Ave' 5 I PHONES MONTANA 1184 - 0061 i,W,,,, :,,I1,,, l0lldiIT T...,............................,................ E -E ,Hifi ,xii Y I Compliments of f GROCERY AND MEAT MARICET I DR- V- H- CHENOWETH T EIGHT!-I AND TRENTON AVENUES I DENTIST l PHONE WAEASH 5025 woo GLENWAY AVENUE PRICE HILL l-,-n-,.,,,-. L ,.m..L,Ln-... 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Ratterman A --,W-,--- W --- aan- --'- R Pagyr Our Hundred dEl I.....-..-...-..-..-.....-....-....-..-..-..-.......-.,. .Q N.. Q 6 ,. 3. Nf. Q Q ACKNOWLEDGING Q1 THE ART ri PHQTO ENGRAVING J 0 O Y 0 O 'K 1' of 3. O O 1' J Q O ,. if. .Q Nt. Q 6 H, of 1 .15 Q -2 I h C O I Schultz-Goslger C 0 . ' PHOTO ENGRAVERS 534 SYCAMORE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO Lammert's Pharmacy Dependable Drug Store Service Established Over Z5 Years We Deliver EIGI-ITI-I AND ELBERON AVENUES PHONES WABASH 1690 - l670 I , I MILLER'S MEATS and FOODS 2608 HARRISON AVENUE, WESTWOOD Phone: MONTANA 3593 Quality Service Real Values ' GLENMORE EXCLUSIVE ZORIC CLEANERS Cl-IEVIOT HARRISON AND MCHENRI' MONTANA 0252 Compliments of the OVERLOOK THEATRE Still Hangin' On? Grab a Strap on Page 108 -.-.1 f- -V -- -- -- A , ,, , Hann Shoe Repairing We Call For and Deliver Free of Charge. We Dye Shoes All Colors tl MAY SUCCESS BE YOURS THE LUNCH ROOM 3604 WARsAw AVE. WABASI-I 4285 ' " I II 1:2 -P:-1 :La -2 L 1 , H. 4: "We Deliver Everywhere" GROCERIESQEIQEQXSELQITS AND jj PriceHillPaintY5G1assCo. West Eighth Street and Overlook Avenue WAb:IslI 5683 .4-..4:f::J:.-..:::-,E - 1.-.: :gg-.. 1 f - PHONE WABASI-I 2864 3631 WARSAW AVE., PRICE HILL Pl ' Ol' Hn u lv"i mil Tlxirri 1 I Mause s Grocery Compliments of Phones: WAEASH 1520 - 1521 Western Plaza I EIG1-ITIVI and ENRIGHT STREETS Theatre PRICE HILL H Xi , L ,, ,......., ,, K llGur!? Morfs Quality Grocery I BLOME GLASS CQ, F M A S. FRUITS AND W RESH VEGETABLES PAINTS AND PAINTING 11 PHONE wAEAsH l740 - 1741 1. 1 1, EIGHTH AND GRAND AVE., PRICE HILL 11 1: 686 W' FIFTH STREET CINCINNAT, OHIO H N: Phone CI-Ierry 5658 Cincinnati. Ohio I I 1 I Arthurl Fratz, D.D.S. J A N Z E N 3650 WARSAW AVENUE M OT O R S WABASH 2935 I CINCINNATI ' OHIO A FRIEND Pugv 0114: Hxuulred d F 3 S . f S ', ' . V',. 1.11 'di'3"Sfi:YlZ"Lif:. .lifw I.-?1.,:Cb.'i-nf -F:'::'3r:...-L .Q ififf. 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CANDY, ICE CREAM, CIGARS Cards for All Occasion: Novelties - Magazines - Toy: 3546 WARSAW AVENUE Phone Whbash 5693 REBOLD l FUNERAL DIRECTORS ' WEST 0323 MONTANA 0892 l..,,,,,ij,::j,,j,:,, 39'-""""-"""-""-"""""'-"-'-'-"'- 44 9? Is ws. E E x We are pleased to be the oHiciaI photographer of the Eldorado. We are grateful to the school and the Class of 1934 for their co-operation in producing the photo work. J. ALBERT JONES STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHER PHONE MAIN 1079 429 RACE STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO X - '-K rgfonfn 4 4 .Is K if SOCIETAS LATINAE ECCLESIASTICAE DIGIT ccValc-ate" X if CCTOYD Serv1ce Beyond Pr1ce Many cimcs your telephone serves in ways that are priceless. It quickly takes your call for any needed aid, It helps in building up all industries. and brings work and workers together: it keeps friendships alive that I are of mutual benefit. 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Bill ....,.. William J. Blome. , . CharIes'J. Bonfield. Louis W. Borgmann John C. Boll' ..., Elmer F. Brennan John C. Brennan. . . DIRECTORY ADDRESS . . . . .2697 Shaffer Avenue . . . .3749 Wieman Avenue . . . . ,722 Wesf Ninlh Slreel . . . . . . .869 Beech Avenue , . .774 Wells Avenue . , . . . . I224 Iliff Avenue . . . .609 Enrighl Avenue , . . I744 Carll SI'ree+ . . .. . ..... 888 Beech Avenue ......,.,.9I9 Chaleau Avenue Box 305, Ebenezer Road, Maclc. O. ,.......I022 Coronado Avenue ,....l44I Manss Avenue . . . .723 I-Iawfhorne Avenue , . , I02O Underwood Place . . . IZ38 Purcell Avenue .. . . , . .760 Wells Avenue . . . .444I Carnafion Avenue . . . .3707 Colerain Avenue . . . .2552 Warsaw Avenue Vincenl M. Broclcschmidf ..... .... I 039 Wells Avenue PuueO H d 1 dT SENIOR DIRECTORY NAME John L. Burman ,,.. Vincenl' F. Bunlce. . . Arlhur A. Busche .,.. David P. Cassidy ,,,. Roger M. Crowe ,.., Thomas I-I. Dinsmore. Lawrence J. Eilers .... John B. Picker .,,,. John W. 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Alberl' J. Kramer ,... Virgil R. Lagaly. . . Roberl J. Lampe. . . Roy G. Lindeman ..,. Charles C. Loos ..... Sranley J. Ludwig. . . , Earl F. McGra1'h ,...,, ADDRESS . . . . . i025 Academy Avenue 4346 Sf. Lawrence Avenue ........2935 Lehman Road . . . . I I46 Gilsey Avenue . . . . . .2906 Fischer Place . . . .490l Glenway Avenue .......l253 Iliff Avenue . . . . . . l605 Ross Avenue . . . .3285 Dayfona Avenue James E. Meier ......... ..... 4 383 Wesi' Sfh Sfreei' l-lerberi' A. Meinerding. . . John G. Merkhofer. .. George J. Meyer .... Roberr F. Meyer ..., Sfanley W. Meyer .,.. Wilbur W. Meyer. . . Alfred J. Mueller ..... Norberi J. Nosfheide. Edward L. Oblinger. , . George E. Overbeclr. . Howard J. Pick ..... . .3668 E. Herberr Avenue , . . .2780 Shaffer Avenue . . . . 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