Topeka Catholic High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Topeka, KS)
- Class of 1927
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1927 ' .
THE SENIOR CLASS
TOPEKA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
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To our esteemed and beloved pres-
Vxident, The Right Reverend Mon-
signor Mclnerney whose high stand-
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we, the Seniors of twenty-seven,
dedicate the "Knowledge and Light"
edition of The Shamrock.
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tion of The Shamrock greets you.
In publishing this year book we have
striven to present the aims, the ideals,
the achievements and the activities of
the Topeka Catholic High School.
That this Shamrock may prove a
connecting link between the future
and our school days, is the earnest
wish of the editor.
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"ComeQ see my treasures at the
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Who gave thy soul ,its powers for
Come, fill thy measure to its
Nor let the day dreamt visions, oft
Poor gropers in the clod, thy way
Knowledge that 'flows from the
Is ever crystal pure."
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THE RIGHT REVEREND JOHN WARD, D. D.
Bishop of Leavenworth
THE RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR MCINERNEY, LL.D
THE REV, WILLIAM T. J. BOLAND
Professor of Apologetics
ilfathrr Waghrn A illimunrg
Esturmd reucrcd beloud and honorncz' Ionq
HL dwelt amongst us wary qua! cmprzsb
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In purposL frm rn counczl just and Lust
Tha prznsthood S qlorzous crown hrs lzfc S fzr
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On January the eleventh the former Mother Su
pcrxor of the Sxsters of Charxty and the Foundress
of Salnt Francls I-lospltal Topeka dred ln Leaven
worth Mother Nl Peter s countless frlends know
hcr beautxful character so well that words of pralse
arc usclcss She d1d great thmgs ln an unassumlng
way Truly to know her was to love her and her
heart was blg enough to hold all the needy ones of
the world To the dear Master for whom s e
worked so devotedly her frlends now commend her
blddmg Hlm be mindful that she comes to Him Wlth
hands laden by the golden harvest of her devoted
Fatthful zn all thznqs 0 er lzfe s path she tro
Ont atm one znspzratzon evermore
Tcach mc to know and do the wzll of God
Loted of all hearts all hearts are sad today
Mzsszng your words of joyous hope and love
That ever bade them look for lzght above
The clouds that vazled joy s sunshzne from thezr way
Shc rests ID peace who joycd in peace to lzve
The Savzor s greetzng to Hzs own sank deep
In her rcceptzvc soul she wrought to beep
And strxct obealzence to Hts mandates QIUQ
And dyzng leaves a legacy of love
Of prayful thoughts borne to the Throne of
Or pure heart homage to Chrzst s Holy Face
The Maqnet whzch draws souls to Heaven above
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Q - Marie Murphy ....... ............. ......... E d itor-in-Chief
Louise Birmingham Rose Donnelly
Teresa Quaney Ruth Curry I
Clarence Malone Frances Strecker
Beatrice Brady Mary Neiswender
Dorothy Stapel Helen Stephens
Frances Marie Gorman Rita Cooper
Fern Huber John Murphy
Walter Gibbons James Quaney
Ursula Barclay .................................................. Art Editor
Timothy Degginger ..............................,........... Treasurer
John Sachs John DeBacker Peter Wall
John Heery Margaret Shields
Mary E. Hoy
Agnes Murphy Peter Wall
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Knowledge and Light
T The Motto of class '27 "Knowledge and Light" is a fitting theme for this
Q edition of the "Shamrock." At this season of the year when many memories
rush upon us it is well to reflect upon this theme. Lights given us by T. C.
H. S. flow into the mind and produce clear thinking: they assist us to approach
serious truth with courage and animation. They arouse healthy enthusiasm.
All of these results are ideal conditions for the acquisition of knowledge.
True, the amount of knowledge acquired depends upon ones self. Were
the study hours well spent or squandered? The question of natural talent
may enter but it is not the most important. To discover the verdict on a stu-
dent's success ask those who saw him in action: teachers who heard the recita-
tion or read the examination papers. What would be their reply, ready en-
thusiastic praise or only a compassionate smile? Whatever may be the decision
in that regard ever cherish the motto "Knowledge and Light." May it ever
guide us to higher and nobler efforts: teach us to overcome all difficulties, until
finally we arrive at the feet of the Master for Whom the sacrifices are made to
make T. C. I-I. S. possible.
When the great king of night subdues the sun
And sends its blood-strained rays across the sky,
Another time of beauty has begun
With the appearing lights of heau'n on high.
'Tis then my mind will dream of days of yore,
And Alma M ater's light will point the way
How to reverse the sands of time once more,
And take me to my golden yesterday.
Then once again the bright thoughts of my youth
Before my eyes will shine: and I shall hear
The lessons o'er of knowledge and of truth
Taught to me in the spring tide of life's year.
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'27g Newman Club '26, Basket Ball
'27g Peasant Costume Review '26g
Elocution Contest '27, Play Cast '27,
Washington Essay Prize '27g Asso-
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Vice President '27, Secretary '25g
Elocution Contest '25, '26 lMedalJ
'2'7g Debate '26 fMedalJ '27g Play
Cast '25, '27, Football '25, Captain
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Team '27g Physics Club '26g Dramatic
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Class Secretary '27g Play Cast '27g
Debate '26 fMedalJ '27g Elocution
Contest '25, '26, '27, Oratorical Con-
test '26 fCountyJ '26, '27g Football
'25, '26g Basketball '26 '27g Baseball
'25, Dramatic Club '26, '27g Associate
Class Treasurer '27g Class President
'25g Dramatic Club '26, '27g Pontia
'25g Debate '27g Elocution Contest
'27, Play Cast '27g Newman Club '26g
Peasant Costume Review '26g Edison
Prize '25j Editor "Shamrock."
Knowledge and Light
Class Qfficers - Seniors
Rose Donnelly .....,.. ...,...,,....... , ., . ,.,. ,.., P resident
Paul Spurlock ., .... . . . . Vice President
Clarence Malone ,..,. . , ,Secretary
Louise Birmingham .,,.. ,.Treasurer
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BEATRICE BRADY RITA COOPER
Dramatic Club '2'7g Assistant Adver-
tising Manager Shamrock '27g New-
man Club '27g Pageant Costume Re-
Dramatic Club '27g Peasant Costume
Play Cast '25g Baseball '24g Business
Manager Play '27g Business Editor
Spanish Club '26g Dramatic Club '27g
Newman Club '26g Peasant Costume
Review '26g Associate Editor "Sham-
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Class Secretary '24g Class Treasurer
'25g Orchestra '25, '26g Play Cast '25,
'27g Peasant Costume Review '26g De-
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'26, '27g County Lincoln Essay Medal
'27g Football '26g Baseball '24, '25g
Basketball '26, Captain '27g Dramatic
Club '26, '275 Physics Club '26g Treas-
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Play Cast '26, '2'7g Elocution Contest
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ball '26, '27g Football '24, '26g Peas-
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Spanish Club '26g Dramatic Club '27g
Peasant Costume Review '26g Adver-
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FRANCES MARIE GORMAN MARY ELIBABETH HOY
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'26g Vice President '26g Basketball
'27g Athletic Manager '27g Associate
Football '27g Class Secretary '26g
Dramatic Club '27g Baseball '27,
Dramatic Club '27g Peasant Costume
Review '26g Advertising Manager
Dramatic Club '27g Football '27g Dramatic Club '27g Play Cast '27g
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Diama McKiernan .... . A,,...,.,,.....4...,...,................ President
Frances Lawlor .,.,... ,...,.. V ice President
Jeanne Finn ..A.,.... ..,,............,.... .........., T r easurer
Crimson and Gold
' THE ROSE
Oh most fragrant of all the earthly flow'rs
Are you, O blushing rose in reddish hue.
How modestly you hide in sylvan bow'rs.
Bright queen of all the flowery host, are you.
As dawning light unveils your beauty rare,
The silu'ry dew on your soft petals glows.
Your perfume fills the early morning air.
Your gorgeous colors brightly shine, O rose.
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First Row-John Roach, Francis Hoy, Valentine Leinacker. Harold Devlin,
Lessell Landwehr, Robert Gorman, Paul Hillebrand.
Second RowfAmelia Letucks, Florence Couch, Carolyn Purnell, Anna Deg-
ginger. Helen Delirell, Helen Crawford, Frances Flynn, Frances Lawlor.
Third Row-Rose Letucks, Ethel Birmingham, Lucille Patterson, Catherine
Smith, Faye Huber. Kathleen Connaughton, Catherine Masching, Esther
Dooley. Catherine Fleisch, lrene Mclntyre. Louise Annen.
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Behold Qui' uniors
Louise Annen is always quiet,
She never gets into a rl0t.
Ethel Birmingham, lively and gay,
A teacher of athletics will be someday.
Kathleen Connaughton, the best of
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On all, her sunny smile she bends.
Florence Couch, a merry lass,
Would be the pride of any class.
Helen Crawford, a Cicero shark,
Can read Latin in the dark.
Beatrice DeC1armo's "I don't know"
Is always said in a voice quite low.
Every one who knows Helen DeKre1l,
Declare they like her very well.
Although Anna Degginger is tall,
She doesn't think "she knows it all."
Harold Devlin, it is said,
Likes very much to stay in bed.
The best of typists, Esther Dooley,
A private secretary she will be, surely.
Lois Ellenbecker, whom we all appre-
In '28 is a brand new class mate.
The Treasurer is Jeanne Finn,
She never turns a shortage in.
Of Catherine Fleish's soft little laugh
If we told all about it we'd have a
There is a Junior, Frances Flynn,
Who owns a pretty little grin.
Can anyone deny that Robert Cior-
Will make an ideal husband for some
Of Francis Hoy, we must say,
He is glad that in each week there is
Faye Huber, from out of town,
Starts to school while the sun's down.
There is a new Junior, Paul Hille-
And he plays a cornet in the school
Lassell Landwehr, of secretaries, the
In the field of politics will reach the
The Vice President, Frances Lawlor
Still would be loved even if she were
Valentine Leinacker, brilliant and
In American History takes the prize.
Every one envys the curls
Of Rose Letuks, the fairest of girls.
Amelia Letuks, the algebra wonder
In her work there is scarcely an error.
Catherine Masching, petit and proud,
ls the life of every crowd.
Diam-a lVlcKiernan, the President,
In spirit is very independent.
Irene McEntyre, a studious child,
Has a manner which is mild.
To Lucille Patterson the honor must
For being the quietest in her row.
The best of Juniors is Carolyn Pur-
Who seldom misses the ringing of the
Margaret Reel, no one can bar
Or keep from becoming an opera Star.
John Roach, the Junior's joy,
Is the "cutest little boy."
Catherine Smith. small and sweet,
May she and worry never meet.
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George Fleisch ......,.............A,.4.,.A,.......,.,..,......,... President
Ursula Barclay ..,...,. ..,..... V ice President
Harold Brady ...,,... .,.........., S ecretary
Francis Butler ....,. .......,, T reasurer
We can if we think we can!
Silver and Cerise
On October the twenty-eighth Assumption Hall was decked in hallowe'en
attire yellow and black draperies, Witches, cider, the electric bridge, the lunch,
the candy counter: all contributed to the enjoyment. Yes, even Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Thumb were there to assist in making the event enjoyable. But all of
these were little compared with the excitement that hovered around the booth
where the Popularity Contest was conducted. We wondered who the victors
were. Surely not the Sophomores, for they seem depressed: but great was the
applause when they were announced the winners. Congratulations Sopho-
mores-you are splendid workers!
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I prefer blondes"
But on the other hand"
Loan me a dime"
Keep off my shine"
"O solo mio"
Don't ask me"
Gosh, I don't know"
Message from the bat"
For cryin' out loud"
Don't ask me"
Good morning, boys"
I over slept"
Don't bother me"
Oh! Shut up"
Toss him out"
I'll go crazy"
4'Prefer brunettes! "
Oh! I ll never tell"
Just so we eat"
Hurrah! I-Iere on time
Be your age"
Wish the bell would ring"
Lemme use your dorin' "
When shall we laugh?"
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Elleen Wood ......., .4.,4.......,,..........,............ ....... P r esident
Ethel Crook .,.,......,.,,....,..........A..,....,.,.....,,. Vice President
Marjorie Clark ...r..... .,.. ,...,.e... S e crerary
Mary Lucille Hartley ,.,.....l,...r.44 ....... T reasurer
Ad Majora Nati Sumus
SONG OF CLASS '27
Sweet school-day joys! They're gone, they're gone
But glad hours come with lovely June
Our joyant voices fill with song
The burden of this school-day rune.
Farewell old school, farewell and bear
Adown the years our truest love
And trust betimes thy children's prayer X
For light and guidance from above.
Old happy days in C. H. S.
And fond companions good and true
For years to come we'll hail and bless
The peaceful hours we've spent with you.
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First Row-Willard Tarrant, Ralph Bonfield, Timothy Kelley, Bernard Kane.
Second Row-Charles Kerwick. Raymond Hefner, Paul Schwartz, Byron
Spears. Henry Murphy, Jacob Roth, Loretto Esser. Josephine Frank, Cecilia
Desch, Francis Koehler.
Third Rowe-Margery Stephens. Bernadette Arkenberg. Mildred DeGarmo,
Margaret Kane. Marguerite Gallup. Cecilia Quaney. Helen Hudspeth, Helen
Eakes. Irene Quaney. Eileen Skidmore. Irene Talty. Ethel Ciaume. Lorene
Renyer. Marcella Herschfield.
Bottom Row-I-Kenneth Moore. Alfred Domme. William Brook, Mary L.
Hartley. Ethel Crook, Florence Overby, Frances Eyer. Faye Clements, Mar-
cella Domme. Eileen Wood. Bernice Miller, Geraldine Wall. Marjorie Clark.
Elizabeth West. Philomena Stramel, Caroline Porubsky.
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Bernadette Arkenberg-She speaks, behaves and acts just as she ought.
Ralph Bonfield-A typical Icabod Crane.
William Brook-A wee man with a real voice.
William Butler-"Mr, Coolidge, Im sorry to take your place but it can't be helped."
Marjorie Clark-Headed for the Hall of Fame.
Faye Clements-"Keep still so I can study."
Ethel Crook-Just two big dimples.
Mildred DeGarmo-Styles change, but Mildred's smile never changes.
Cecilia Desch-A merry heart doeth good like a medicine.
Albert Domme-"Don't worry, some day it will all be the same color."
Helen Eakes-Helen will now play "Dizzy Fingers."
Loretta Esser-Always kind and considerate.
Edward Etzel-"Girls, don't you Wish you had my school boy complexion?"
Frances Eyer-"Will Caesar never cease?"
Josephine Frank-She is just her own big hearted, honest, natural self.
Marguerite Gallup-"I and time wait for no man."
Ethel Gaume-"My giggle is as good as any man's."
Mary Lucille Hartley-"Why don't you learn to see the fun in things?"
Raymond Hefner-Somewhat serious but friendly.
Marcella I-Ierchfeld-Spreading sunshine is her mission.
Helen Hudspeth-She does her work with no display.
Bernard Kane-"Greater men than I have lived but I do not believe it."
Margaret Kane-"Let's go window shoppingg shall we go to the dime store first?"
Charles Kerwick-A great man struggling in the storm of Latin.
Timothy Kelley-Imagine, just imagine Tim with powder on his shoulder.
Frances Koehler-Seen but not heard.
Joseph Maxwell-"Kenneth, may I look at your Latin?"
Bernice Miller-"I keep my ideas to myself."
Clyde Miller-I'll pass if I can, if I can't I won't.
Kenneth Moore--Just a little man.
Clarence Murphy-Small but mighty.
Henry Murphy-"Bud Fisher was considered the best comic until I came."
Florence Overby-"Yes Sir, I do too."
Charles Patzell-What a sweet baby he must have been.
Cecilia Quaney-Sadness or gladness, it makes no difference to me.
Irene Quaney-Her disposition to smile makes others smile.
Lorene Renyer-Just a silent and sweet little girl.
John Roberts-"Why don't you speak for yourself John?"
Jacob Roth-Of all his father's family he likes himself the best.
Paul Schwartz--A prize for any girl.
Byron Spears-"That English takes my time."
Margery Stevens-If red hair was gold she would be worth millions.
Philomena Stramel-Jolly Philomena.
Irene Talty-She has a -sweet and gentle voice.
Willard Tarrant-"Do you suppose we will get off for Christmas?"
Geraldine Wall-"Now let's get down to business."
Elizabeth Ann West-She has courage, energy and a fondness of adventure.
Eileen Wood-Sweet thoughts are mirrored in her face and every motion is a grace.
Eileen Skidmore-"My, but I hate to go home alone."
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The Annual Debate
On the evening of January the thirteenth the annual debate was held in
Assumption Hall. The topic, Resolved, "That a Federal Department of Edu-
cation be established with a Secretary in the President's Cabinet" is one of
vital interest. The spicy arguments and logical conclusions of the debaters
held the attention of the audience. The affirmative was upheld by Louise Bir-
mingham, Timothy Degginger and Paul Spurlock while Marie Murphy, Walter
Gibbons and Clarence Malone gave convincing discussions fo the evils of the
proposed law. The presence of so large an audience, their keen attention and
generous applause are alike an evidence of the deep interest taken in this branch
of high school activity. The judges, Miss F. Ulamperl, Miss M. McGuire and
Miss T. Barnes, decided that the negatives put forth the strongest arguments
and awarded the gold medal to Clarence Malone.
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MEMBERS OE THE ORCHESTRA
Top Row+Kathleen Connaughton, Robert Gorman, Rose Dale.
Middle Row+fErancis Brose, Paul Hillebrand, Josephine Frank, Catherine
Smith, Ethel Birmingham, Vincent Hoffman.
Bottom Row-Philip Lawlor, Donald Pitt.
ln the year during which it has been organized the orchestra has steadily
approached nearer to real perfection. and this year it has almost reached the
zenith. Each player shows talent, and is putting forth his best efforts to make
the music at T. C. H. S. rank with the best in our State. The members of this
organization appreciating the advantages they receive from the study of music.
devote much time to improving their talentsf Wlien one considers the high
place given music by the great men of all ages, he realizes that some knowledge
of this art is essential to an education. Music exerts a very ennobling influence
upon the mind and character and should be studied not only as means of pleas-
ure and amusement, but because of its purifying and educating power. This art
is closely connected with the inner life of man. A person who "is not moved
with concord of sweet sounds' is
"Fit for treason, stratagems and spoils:
The motion of his spirit are dull as night.
And his affections dark as Erebus
Let no such man be trusted."
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First Row-Louise Birmingham, Mary Elizabeth Hoy, Teresa Quaney, Carolyn Pur-
nell, Anna Degginger, Frances Marie Gorman, Louise Dyer.
Second Row-Rose Dale, Florence Couch, Helen Crawford, Teresa Wiss, Lillian Wal-
ters, Elizabeth Durkin, Frances Lawlor, Frances Flynn, Helen Stephens.
Third Row-Ethel Crook, Florence Overby, Marjorie Clark, Eileen Skidmore, Miss
Allen, Class Instructress, Cecilia Quaney, Ethl Gaume, Helen Eaks, Hazel Wagen-
rodt, Agnes Murphy.
Fourth Row-Lucille Patterson, Beatrice Brady, Frances Strecker, Kathleen Con-
naughton, Mary Lucille Hartley, Bernice Miller, Rose Donnelly, Ethel Birmingham,
Mary Haynes, Eileen Wood, Catherine Masching.
Honor Roll For First Semester
Apologetics: Louise Annen, Ethel Birmingham, Esther Dooley, Frances Flynn, Robert
Gorman, Lessell Landwehr, Frances Lawlor, Carolyn Purnell, Margaret Reel, Cath-
erine Smith. Timothy Deggringrer, Frances Marie Gorman, Mary Neiswendcr, Teresa
Quaney, Helen Stephens, H. Hudspeth, L. Renyer.
English: Kathleen Connaugrhton, Frances Lawlor, Amelia Letuks, Catherine Smith,
Louise Birmingham, Ruth Curry, Donnelly, Teresa Quaney, Frances Strecker, Marie
Church History: Louise Annen, Ethel Birmingham, Helen Crawford, Kathleen Con-
naughton, Frances Lawlor, Amelia Letuks, Carolyn Purnell, Margaret Reel, Cath-
erine Smith, Marie Murphy.
Latin I: Clarence Murphy, Willard Tarrant, Marjorie Clark.
Latin Ill: Frances Lawlor, Catherine Smith.
Latin IV: Louise Birmingham, Ruth Curry, Teresa Quaney.
United States History: Catherine Smith.
Stenography: Rose Donnelly, Margaret Shields.
Spanish: Jeanne Finn, Faye Huber, Irene McEntyre.
Typewritingrz Rose Donnelly, Helen Stephens, Frances Strecker.
Public Speaking: Louise Birmingham, Frances Lawlor, Timothy Degginger, Diama
McKiernan, Marie Murphy, Walter Gibbons, John Murphy.
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Under the direction of Miss Ceora B. Lanham T. C. H. S. presented The
Peasant Costume Revue. The audience enjoyed a delightful imaginary trip
while Miss Lanham with the assistance of the pupils portrayed the typical life
of the French, German, Dutch, Russian and Danish peasants. The entertain-
ment was excellent and revealed in the delightful interpretation of talent hith-
erto latent. It brought the audience close in touch with the humor, the pathos
and the optimistic philosophy of life. Miss Lanham has a "charming way
with her audience" and exhibited fine feeling and a vivid understanding of her
works. She has appeared in four different European countries, in Canada and
has given programs in thirty States. We are grateful for our intercourse with
her for we learned to appreciate her unusual ability and pleasing personality.
Her beautiful motto: "Give the world the best you have and the best will come
back to you" is exemplified in all her work.
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What The Topeka Daily Capital Says of Our Play
HUNDREDS SEE COMEDY
Assumption Hall Packed to See "Nothing But the Truth."
An audience that packed the large hall of the Assumption church last
night was highly entertained with a three-act comedy, "Nothing But the
Truth," .presented by the Topeka Catholic High School. The hall was at-
tractively and appropriately decorated for St. Patrick's day, with white
and green streamers. The play, based on the actions of a young man,
fClarence Malonej, who accepted a dare to tell the exact truth for twenty-
four hours, kept the audience chuckling and at times threw it into an up-
roar when he wouldn't even tell a "white lie" in a tight place. Each one in
the cast handled his part nicely and demonstrated excellent training, the
work of Miss Diama McKiernan and' Malone being especially good.
The cast included: Miss McKernan, Louise Birmingham, John Murphy,
Frances Strecker, Timothy Degginger, Walter Gibbons, Fern Huber, Mar-
garet Shields, Rose Donnelly and Paul Spurlock.
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Top Row-John Roach, Clayton Ronnau, Peter Wall, Paul Spurlock, John Devlin,
John Sack, Timothy Degginger.
Middle Row-Catherine Masching, Fern Huber, Rita Cooper, Mary Neiswender, Clar-
ence Malone, Francis Hoy, Diania McKiernan, Helen Stephens, Frances Flynn, Ruth
Curry, Louise Dyer.
Bottom Row-Beatrice Brady, Rose Donnelly, Frances Strecker, Mary Hoy, Theresa
Quaney, Dorothy Stapel, Margaret Shields, Agnes Murphy, Marie Murphy, Fay
Huber, Frances Marie Gorman.
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F On April the eighth at Roosevelt High School Clar-
l ence Malone was awarded first place in the Shawnee
County Oratorical Contest. The judges, Mr. l,uther
Bailey, Mrs. Eli G. Foster and Professor H. J. Colburn,
gave Clarence a two to one decision over William Tin-
ker, the Topeka High School Contestant.
Mr. E. Ci. Parsons, chairman of the Shawnee County
Contest, presided. Music was furnished by the Roose-
velt High School Orchestra.
On April 14th Clarence Malone won the National
Oratorical Contest in the 18th District.
Top Row-Rose Donnelly, Frances Strecker, Clarence Malone, Clayton Ronnau, John
Heery, John DeBaeker, Peter Wall, Frances Marie Gorman, Ruth Curry, Marie
Bottom RowhBeatriee Brady, Louise Dyer, Mary Hoy, Theresa Quaney, Dorothy Sta-
pel, Margaret Shields, Helen Stephens, Fern Huber, Mary Neiswencler, Rita Cooper.
From The Topeka Daily Capilul
WINS IN ESSAY CONTEST
Timothy Degginer, senior of the Topeka Cath-
olic High School, was awarded first place in the
Shawnee County Lincoln essay contest. sponsored
by the Women's Relief Corps. Deggingens essay
on "Lincoln, the Typical American." also was
judged the best in Topeka in the city contest
and now will be entered in the state contest. The
essays are all between nine hundred and one thou-
sand words in length. Second place in the county
contest went to Ruth Lyon of Topeka High
School. A prize of fEl5O goes to the winner of
the state contest.
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Timothy Degginger. .. .3 A Forward
Clarence Malone . , . Forward
John Monahan .. , Guard
Walter Gibbons V. . , , Guard
Harold Devlin ,, . . Center
Paul Spurlock .. Guard
Lessell Landwehr . , Guard
John Murphy ...... Captain
Mr. Fred Kelly 6 . Coach
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T.C.H.S Leavenworth 30 T'g'g'S 33 Qorfon
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'I'.ClH.S Auburn A MII T.C.I-I.S . , 3 IO Manhattan .
T.C.H.s A ,l,,. 7 Maur Hill 6 35 T-CHS 15 Sf- MMS
T.C.l-l.S .. 12 Junction City 3,28 . -
T.C.H.S Washburn. , 41 TOURNAMENA
T.C.H.S Mayetta ,. . 30 T.C.H.S 35 Aurora
T.C.H.S 31 Purcell , , .. . 6 T.C.H.S 9 St. Marys
T.C.H.S ,,..,, 39 Horton ,.,, 15 T.C.l-l.S I5 St. Paul
T.C.H.S l6 Maur Hill 17 T.C.H.S 6 Kansas City
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Weal and woe, Time doth go!
Time is never turning!
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First day of school. Everyone seems glad to be back.
. School in confusion getting the Freshies settled. Freshies, Freshies every-
where, and not a desk for each.
. Half-holiday. Everyone happy.
The Kansas Free Fair begins.
15. Half-holiday. All are going to the Fair in the afternoon. T. C. H. S.
again, Robert Gorman awarded first place in Music Contest.
Talk about a play to be given soon. Wonder what its all about.
, The secret is out. Miss Lanham begins practice for "The Peasants Cos-
. Dramatic Club organized.
"Peasants Costume Revue" brought out hidden talent.
. Election of Senior class officers. The Senior play is discussed.
. Scoreboard at Cappers ready to attract attention. The boys are eager
for the World Series to begin.
29. Senior girls are seen wearing tags to advertise the coming football game.
30. The Virgil students looking gloomy after the first Virgil test.
1. The first football game. T. C. H. S. versus Dover. We won 19-0.
4. Physics notebooks arrive and laboratory work begins.
6. The Retreat opens.
8. Silence, Silence everywhere.
9. Retreat closes. Breakfast is served in Assumption Hall.
12. Columbus Day.
13. Preparations are begun to re-arrange the library.
15. Second football game. We lost to Silver Lake, 14-0.
18. Senior class meet to vote on rings: but cannot agree.
19. Pins and rings selected.
21. Writing essays: will they ever end?
22. Washburn plays T. C. H. S.
25. Mystery surrounds everything. Who will have the prettiest booth at
the Carnival? Who will win the Popularity Contest?
Popularity contest in full sway.
. Program is given to honor Monsignor's home coming.
Welcome home, Monsignor.
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B l All Saints Day. Holiday.
The morning after the night before.
T Seniors treat in honor of the Sophomores' victory.
Topeka High School Seconds 13, T. C. H. S., 0.
This is exciting: the morning after exams.
Q Many gloomy faces after the results of the exams are announced.
Auburn 19, T. C. H. S. 6. Gibbons was the hero of the game with a
95-yard run for the goal. ' i '
Many working hard on poems and essays. Oh, for an inspiration. Where
shall I seek one? I
Topeka plays Berryton. Just a sad defeat, we won't tell the score.
Thanksgiving week. Everyone looking forward for a holiday.
The Annual staff is chosen.
Thanksgiving. 'Free Day.
First week of Advent. Candy store still surviving.
We are given notice that all must try for the Debating team to be selected
Pictures taken for Annual.
Quarterly reports given out.
Tryouts for the Debate.
The Affirmative and Negative of the Debating team selected. Hurrah!
All are Seniors this year.
The Immaculate Conception. Free Day.
Basketball season opens. School Tournament held.
Seniors won the Tournament. Three cheers for the Seniors! Seniors
Essays, essays will they ever be finished.
William Brooks awarded first prize in Jayhawk Music Contest. Fifteen
Dollars! Think of it! Oh dear, tests, tests, tests.
Students see "Ben Hur."
Snow! If it only continues until the free days.
Study, tests and study.
Poetry again. Oh for the thoughts of Shelly, Keats or Wordsworth.
Tomorrow, think of it! Vacation. No tests, no essays, no poems.
Free for a week. Hurrah! Hurrah!
First basketball game of the season. Alumni versus T. C. H. S. Defeated,
3. Happy New Year.
5. Everybody talking about the good old Christmas times.
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7 Leavenworth 30, T. C. H. S. 16.
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Q 12 Pictures sent to the engravers.
4" 13 Annual Debate. Negative side wins. Hurrah. Congratulations Clarence.
14 Manhattan 23, T. C. H. S. 13.
15 Junction City 22, T. C. H. S. 18.
17 Preliminaries for boys and girls elocution contest. Boys selected. John
, Murphy, Clarence Malone, Paul Spurlock, Timothy Degginger, Walter
Q Gibbons, Willard Tarrant, Bernard Kane, John Roach. Girls selected:
Louise Birmingham, Rose Donnelly, Margaret Shields, Marie Murphy.
Kathleen Connaughton, Lillian Walters, Diama McKiernan, Geraldine
We are made to realize that we must work, work, work.
Mr. Malone speaks to students.
The same old story, study, study, study. Our Editor-in-Chief is out on
account of illness.
25. Mr. Jones gave an Electrical Demonstration at the Hall.
26. Girls Basketball team selected.
28. Quarterly reports given out. Junction City 28, T. C. H. S. 12.
Party at Teresa Quaney's home.
31. Social Science class opened. Many interesting topics discussed.
1 Play cast selected. Seniors again. Congratulations.
2 Out for Advertisements.
4 Mayetta 30, T. C. H. S. 19.
7 Mr. Handy of Chicago visited us.
9 Prof. B. F. Summers of Manhattan addresses Public Speaking Class.
10 Valentine party planned. Rose Donnelly elected captain of Basketball
Timothy Degginger wins Lincoln Medal for the best essay.
Horton 15, T. C. H. S. 39. Mrs. Degginger treats the boys. Thank you.
Hurrah! Two first places in Emporia tests: one for Latin to Clar-
ence Murphy, another for American History to Catherine Smith.
Justice R. Hopkins addressed student body.
Auburn 11, T. C. H. S. 30.
Rah! Rah! Rah! Washington's Day.
St. Marys 31, T. C. H. S. 13.
Physics class motored to Tecumseh.
Mayetta versus T. C. H. S. Lost 15-8.
Horton versus T. C. H. S. Won, 39-10.
Girls practicing for their first basketball game.
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7. Donald Makins won first place in character contest. Catherine Smith
8. Mr. Homer Eiler and Mr. W. Connelly visit school and award a medal
to Frances Strecker. Others to receive prizes are Rose Donnelly, Alvi
Etzel, Marjorie Clark and Elizabeth West.
9. Timothy Degginger announced winner in Shawnee County Essay Con-
test. Rah, Rah, Rah for Tim.
.10. Rain, Rain, Rain.
1 l. Mary Neiswender, Walter Gibbons and Timothy Degginger were judges
in grade school debate. l
14. Boys are back from the Tournament.
15. The Ides of March are come. Funeral wreath on Sophomore door.
Czsar dead? Oh, would he were!
16. Matinee is well attended.
17. St. Patrick's Day Play "Nothing But the Truth." Assumption Hall is
too small. Surprise party for Clarence.
18. "How jewlike the play?" Fine, the best ever. Splendid.
22. Pictures for Annual finished.
23. Girls basketball team game. Team 1 versus Team 3: team l was vic-
25. Doughnut Day.
28. Finished Virgil.
29. glhe' Editor-in-chief visits school after a long illness. Welcome home.
30. Girls basketball team plays the Methodists. We won, 32-13.
April Fools Day. All were on guard.
Working hard to finish Annual.
Annual almost ready for press.
The attitude of the Juniors seem to indicate Prom preparations.
The most quiet day of the year.
Holy Week begins. Candy store closes business for a Week.
Easter vacation tomorrow.
Holy Thursday. Holiday.
Good Friday. Holiday.
Easter Monday. No classes, no worry.
Rain, rain. rain. We hope since it is April, will see the May flowers.
The middle of the home stretch. Time are trying.
Papers, papers everywhere. What do they mean?
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29. The fatal day. State exams.
2. The Junior-Senior Prom at the Hotel Jayhawk.
3. The morning after the night before. .
4. Finals drawing near. i
A6. Big 'practice on school campus. Juniors distinguish themselves. Seniors
are busy with graduation preparation.
13. Senior girls have a delightful visit at the College, Leavenworth. l
20. Boys' elocution contest.
27.. Girls' elocution contest. '
6. Senior clss picnic.
7. Seniors give a farewell program to the school.
10. Mass for the Seniors. Senior breakfast at the Hotel Jayhawk.
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Catherine Smith ranked with the highest in Kansas in American History.
Clarence Murphy ranked highest in Latin.
In a state-wide essay contest under the direction of the American Chemical
Society, T. C. H. S. received three awards. First place for an essay on the
"Relation of Chemistry to Health and Disease" was given to Timothy Deg-
ginger. Another first place was given to Frances Strecker on an essay entitled
"Relation of Chemistry to the Enrichment of Life." Ruth Curry was awarded
second place on an essay entitled "Relation of Chemistry to the National De-
fense." The first prize essays have been entered in the National contest.
Doctor Ray Brewster of the Chemical Department of Kansas University was
chairman of the contest.
At the Forensic Meet held at the Kansas State Agricultural College, Man-
hattan, Kansas, April 15, 16, Diama lVlcKiernan was awarded a medal for
reading. Timothy Degginger also received a medal for extemporaneous speak-
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We buy and sell Government Bonds
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Donsteel Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent
National Reserve Building-Kansas Avenue at Tenth Q
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High-Grade Leather Goods, Harness, f-
Trunks, Traveling Bags, Suit ' T'
Cases, Special Goods .
Made to Order
823 N. Kansas Ave. Phone 2-3412 We repair trunks, bags and shoes
Our Motto: 109 East Sth Ave. Phone 20967
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Phone 8676 416 Jackson St., Topeka, Kansas
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Q Ray Beers
Miss Ebey's Hat Shop
Louise Keith Hemstitching Shop
Evans Shoe Repair 4
Antiseptic Barber Shop
Chesterfield Barber Shop
Langhart Barber Shop
Squire and Ross Architects
Fred Walker Drug Store
John Sage Drug Store
H. J. Huster Grocery
F. Taber Grocery
Morris and Hanley Grocery
John Davis Jewelry Store
St. Elizabeths Club
Sullivan Art Shop
Quincy Smoke House '
Shawnee Building and Loan Association
M. J. Wall
Wadell Avenue Garage
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Telephone 8505 Telephone 4151
9 1400 Seward Avenue 903 West Sixtxh Street
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The Aetna Building and Loan Association
"AT YOUR SERVICE"
HUYCKE LUMBER COMPANY
PAUL HUYCKE N GEORGE HUYKE
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Prescriptions, Drugs and Soda . .
Service at all Hours Af "Fair Prices"
North Side Cleaners
ALWAYS ON TOP
THE MODERN Roor
608 N. Kansas Ave.
216 Kansas Ave Phone 4463 Suits Cleaned and Pressed 351.00
Hats Cleaned and Blocked 851.00
Heavy Rich Chocolate Coating with Centers
of Wonderful Sweetness and Purity
The Aristocrat of the Chocolates
AL. J. WILLIAMS CANDY CO.
523 Jackson Street Wholesale Only
BUY A PORTABLE
This is the new Royal Portable weighs only 9M,
lbs. Full standard keyboard.
We also have a new model Corona, see it.
All makes sold and rented. Easy terms. Guaranteed
5:4 Western Typewrlter Company
Phone 6222 520 Kansas Avenue
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THE DAVIS-WELLCOME MORTGAGE CC.
9 111 WEST SIXTH
Topeka, Kansas l
LOW CONSISTENT PRICES
The McEntire Road to
Manufactures of Everything to Make a
A KANSAS INSTITUTION
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
ROCK ISLAND GROCERY
J. A. Birmingham
600 Went First Telephone 2-2345
Patterson 8: Company
117 West Sixth Ave. Telephone 6449
M. A. FLOERSCH, M. D.
623 Kansas Avenue
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DR. GALEN CROOK
506 New England Building
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WE SELL GUARANTEED GOODS
Three Stores in Topeka-
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CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS
and SHOES for Men, Women and
The Gibbs Clothing Co.
Store No. 1-431-433 Kansas Avenue
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Store No. 3-837 North Kansas Avenue
Topeka's Big Shoe Store
Fourth Avenue Grocery
and Meat Market
J. M. DEVLIN, P!'OP"i9lO2'
Scott Bros. Ice Cream Co.
MILK, CREAM, ICE CREAM
QUALITY CLEANLINESS Special R8.te8 fill' Chl.ll'Ch and
Prompt Delivery Service
Phone 7803 312 East Fourth PHONE 6622
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The White House Market The Koller Creamery Co.
Fresh and Salt Meats We sell all flavors of Ice Cream l
Fish and Oysters in Season And don't forget
You can Whip our Cream
423 Kansas Avenue, Phone 8503 But yOl1 C3.I1,t Beat OUP Butter
920 N. Kansas Avenue, Phone 2,7893
wi C. MCNIEL, Manager 1200 N. Kans. Ave. Phone 20034
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2 400 East Fourth Street Phone 3688
I GRAND UNION MARKET
Q QUALITY MEAT
GEO. A. MEENS, Prop. Phone 9070 107 East Sixth Street
NORTH TOPEKA KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 2608
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS
The Sach Florist Company
SPALDING CLUB FROM
T. C. H. S. A FRIEND
QUALITY FOOTWEAR FOR LESS
Three hundred stores and five factories
operating as one unit cuts manufactur-
ing costs and l' '
DRISCO-HALE DRUG CO.
704 Kansas Av
enue T0P9ka, Kansas profits thereby increasing volume and
makes possible Kinney's Fine Footwear
Phones for the Family at Moderate Prices.
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Greetings to The Shamrock
HOLY NAME GUILD
W. W. MILLS CO.
815 KANSAS AVENUE
Women's Ready to Wear
Coats, Suits, Dresses
Grand Union Tea Co.
W. E. GUY, Manager
TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES
107 East Sixth Avenue Phone 9070
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LEO. s. MEIER
121 West Sixth Avenue
Walker's Drug Store
201 West Sixth Street
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Resources Exceed 8 Million
LET US DO YOUR KODAK WORK
D0 YOU KNOW?
We Have Gold and Silver Rosaries, Statues Cruc flxes Praye Books and Bibles
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2 722 Jackson Street
MILLER an SCHLENDERING '
Q Phone 9374 125 West Fifth Street
THE CAPITAL GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
Ask us about our rate for heating your home
with natural gas.
Special heating rate and perfect service.
If It's Done with Heat lt Can be Done
Better with Natural Gas
200 West Sixth Street Teleplwne 8531
Dog and Wm. Bass M. E. Linton
General and Isolation BASS 8: LINTON
Wards 601 Topeka Avenue
AmbuEK?Eii,31I:g1tX'Ray Plumbing and Heating
LADY ATTENDANT Phone 6829
Telephone 6319 1128 Kansas Ave
Telephone 7600 Residence 9197 ill
T. V. CAMPBELL'S
Henry Bach S Garage iFirst Door South of Pellitier'sb
For your next Marcel. It will stay, and
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING you will be pleased or money back.
Marcel, 75c. Eye arch free with Facials
We use the famous Broadway Hair
Lusterg no oilg kills dandruffg gives life
and gloss to hair.
Phone 7124 for Appointment
T. V. CAMPBELL
All Work Guaranteed
422-24 JACKSON STREET
909 Kansas Avenue
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212 Welt Seventh Street Candies
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The Shawnee Suit
Steel fogeitrriiggth and CLEANERS l
Topeka Foundry and Iron
S. J. HALLOWELL, Manager
407 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kan.
Work Called For and Delivered
We Seldom Lose a Patron
There's a Reason
W. Miller Printing Company
WARRING 8.1 CO.
1330 Western Avenue
Everything that goes with
a First Class Grocery
Delicious Toasted Sandwiches
Meals, Short Orders, Salads
The Best Coffee in Town
STAR SHOE SHOP
106 West Seventeenth Street
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Buick popularity in Topeka reflects the leadership that
Buick maintains throughout the nation.
For nine consecutive years Buick has won first choice of
space at the National Automobile shows.
This is leadership! For this honor goes annually to the
member of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce
with the year's largest volume of business.
Wood Motors Corporation
6TH AT VAN BUREN
from the T. C. H. S. are invited to Visit our
After leaving T. C. H. S. a thorough Commercial-
course will be your stepping stone to a successful
TOPEKA BUSINESS CCLLEGE
H. STRICKLER, President S. J. SHOCK, Business Manager
107-109-111-113-115-117 East Eighth Avenue
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YOUTHFUL APPAREL AND SMART ACCESSORIES
RIGHT in Style! RIGHT in Price!
The habits of a lifetime are formed in youth.
Be sure that thrift is a definite part of your make up
CAPITOL BUILDING 8x LOAN ASSOCIATION
534 Kansas Avenue
The State Savings Bank, Topeka, Kansas
601 Kansas Avenue
KNOLL BATTERY SUPPLY CO.
418-420 Jackson St.
THE GABRIEL LUMBER CO.
LUMBER AND COAL
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL
Supplies the Energy and Need
CAMPBELL BAKING CO.
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713 Kansas Avenue 5-
Farmers National Bank
The Bank Where you
Feel at Home
Roy L. Bone, President
H. S. Buzick, Jr., V. President
T. R. Paxton, V. President
S. V. Firestone, Cashier
Harold F. Nelson, Asst. Cashier
DAVIS 8: IRISH
614 Kansas Ave. Phone 4519
Prices at the
THE WARREN M. CROSBY CO.
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F. W. DUREIN
THE CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY
Under the Central National Bank
"Topeka's Leading Savings Bank"
The Finest Safety Deposit Vault in the City
THE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK
Capital and Surplus S600,000
J. V. ABRAHAMS O. B. GUFLER
Sec. Security Benefit Ass'n V. Pres. Poehler Merc. Co
GEO. C. BOWMAN GEO. A. GUILD
Pres. Seymour Packing Co. Vice President
J. R. BURROW GEO. P. MCENTIRE
President McEntire Brothers
J. R. BURROW, Jr. C. W. MERRIAM
Vice President Central Trust Company
P. J. CLEVENGER C. B. MERRIAM
Capitalist Vice President
F. F. CLINGER J. D. MOSSMAN
Assistant Cashier Cashier
E. H. CROSBY CHESTER WOODWARD
Crosby Bros. Company Vice President
C. S. ELLIOTT A. ZAHNER
Pres. Capitol B. Sz L. Ass'n Real Estate Loans
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SOME EVERY DAY PRICES AT McFARLAND'S
51.25 C0ty's L'Origan Face Powder, 894: 51.00 Horlicks Malted Milk ..... . .
50c Hinds Honey and Almond Cream, 45c 81.25 Lydia Pinkham's Compound. . .98c
50c Pebeco Tooth Paste .......... 43c
351.20 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin .....
50c Pond's Creams ............... 43c
51.00 Gillette Blades .............
Pepsodent Tooth Paste ........... 43c S1-00 A11'C0 SHOP Blades ---------
65c Kotex ..................... 49c 50c Mennen's Shaving Cream .....
50c Wi1liam's Shaving Cream ......
J. E. McFARLAND DRUG COMPANY
Two REXALL Stores
51.10 Tanlac ............. . ...... 89c
Store No. 1 Store No. 2
835 Kansas Ave. 729 Kansas Ave.
J. E. McFarland, Mgr. Pat Mulligan, Manage
RABE BROTHERS ' The Exchange Grocery
H. OFFEN, Proprietor
MEAT MARKET Dealers in
TELEPHONE 3747 TELEPHONE 7708
200-210 East Sixth Avenue
Saint Monica's Circle
500 East Fourth Phone 2-6069
Greetings to the "Shamrock"
SAINT PATRICK'S CIRCLE
Com limen s of
MURPHY VAENISH COMPANY
HOME PORTRAITS A SPECIALTY
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. Topeka, Kansas 104 Crawford Building Phone 20791
808 KANSAS Phone 7920
The Way to Make Topeka Beautlful Is to Own
It makes no difference whether you are a buyer or a seller
Q WE MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS
lnquire about Sunset View, a rapidly growing residential district
C. H. BOWMAN AND COMPANY
Salesmen: C. W. Bowman, Roger Murphy, Roy Hoover
Kansas State Historical Society
W. F. SHEAHAN
C. J. BOEGER, Artist in Photography
Telephone 9221 821 Kansas Ave.
DR. HARRY J. BURKE
619-21 Kansas Avenue
Dr. Louis M. Fleisch
727 Kansas Avenue
J. J. Schenck
520 New England Building
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THE NYAL STORE
17th and Kansas Avenue
SOCIETY Drugs, Sodas, Cigars
White Owl Lunch
E. A. Sherburne L- W-
our Motto is Hservice Fire and Tornado Insurance
Try Us and See sos Columbian Bldg.
728 Jackson Phone 4836 Topeka, Ka
J. R. MORRIS COAL CO.
DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE COAL I
1812 Kansas Ave. Phone 2-2011
ALBERT SILK COAL CO.
605 East Fourth Phone 2-0297
JAYHAWK TAILORS AND CLEANERS
PHILIP THE TAILOR
In Jawhawk Hotel Phone 6322
CATHOLIC ACTIVITY CLUB
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T. A. O'CONNOR, M. D.
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We extend our Congratulations to
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS
A C Books-Stationery--Kodaks
Complete Office Equipment
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Next Door to the Orph m Theatre 623 Kansas Avenue
THE JORDON Meade Investment
ELECTRIC COMPANY Company
w. E. BARRY, INSURANCE
Owner and Manager PHONE 6537
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U HUGH LAWLOR, Proprietor
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But We Treat You White National Reserve Building
218 Jackson Street Telephone 2231 l
CURTIS, TOWLE 8: PAINE COMPANY
Screens Cabinet Work
115 WEST CRANE STREET
, YOUR STORE
FLOWERS Whl2ifiQeif0uYX1eIiffvia?fg .mime
Clothing for Men, Women, Child
Telephone Watches--DIamends-Sllverwa e
Tl-IE BEAUTY SHOP
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Drisko-Hale Drug We Appreciate Your Business
Company Dial 2-3089
Q 704 Kansas Ave. Telephone 3311 400 EAST EIGHTH STREET
H. M. IVES 85 SONS
"You Can Always See the Styles
of Tomorrow at Our Shop Today"
733 Kansas Avenue
The Farmers and Bankers
Life Insurance Company
0. A. RIDLON
525 New England Building
J. M. Whelan Lumber
The Largest and Best Equipped
Lumber Yard in Topeka
715 to 725 East Fourth
J. H. O'CONNELL, M. D.
C. E. Wardin 8a Sons
Jewelers Since 1883
727 Kansas Avenue Topeka
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6 605 East Tenth Phone 6701
Greetings to "The Shamrock" '
ASSUMPTION AID SOCIETY
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6 one E?o,me1, G. W. Sutherin 8: Sons
113 East Fifth Street
A Good TOPEKA, KANSAS
In FIDELITY SAVINS
A G STATE BANK
600 Kansas Avenue
J. H. Collingwood, President
Matt Weightman, Jr., Vice President
Russell E. Frost, Cashier
J. D. Heym, Asst. Cashi
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5 Leading Makes of Athletic Goods .Are Found l-Iereg Every
. Article Sold is Guaranteed, Prices Are Satlsfactory
a'. GIFT DEPARTMENT TOOLS AND KITCHENWARE
Our Gift Department Offers Many Sug- If it is the Best Tools and Kitchenware
X gestions for Commencement Gifts, Hand You Want, You Will Find them ln this
tooled Leather, Silverware, Electric Store. We Have Most Complete Stock
Table Utensils, Study Lamps, Boudoir in City.
Articles, etc., etc.
Q BOWEN-NUSS-MACFERRAN HARDWARE CO.
Successor to The
5 1 1 -5 1 3 Kansas Avenue
stin Hardware Cv.
ROBERT B. KANE
Telephone 7444 735 Kansas Ave.
Safe, Sound Insurance
Highland Park Dairy
T. F. GRACE, Proprietor
712 Kansas Avenue
Upstairs and Down
ALWAYS SOMETHING DOING
Farnsworth Coal Co.
Marland Gas and Oil
Coal and Wood
424 East Gordon Street
Office Tel. 542 Res. Tel. 2-1245
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APPRECIATES YOUR ACCOUNT
FRANK P. MACLENNAN, President
THEO. C. MUELLER, Vice-Pres. GEO. GODFREY MOORE, Vice-Pres.
H. T. GUTHRIE, Cashier PAUL P. COOK, Assistant Cashier.
WARREN E. KETTERMAN, Assistant Cashier
THE MACHINISTS ELECTRIC COMPANY
218 WEST SIXTH STREET
We wish to thank our many good patrons for their business in the past and
take this opportunity of soliciting future orders.
MACHINISTS ELECTRIC CO.
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A MESSAGE FROM THE POEHLER REGIONS
To Our Customers and Friends:
The Poehler King line of fancy, high-grade
foods is selected from the VVo1'ld's Best Oi'-
charcls, and Gardens. Delicious fruits from
sunny California, dainty spices from South sea
Isles, piquant sauces from EIll'OD0'S select
kitchens, fragrant teas and coffees from the
Orient. Insist on having Poehler King foods.
They always please.
THE THEO. POEHLER MERCANTILE CO.
Lawrence Topeka Emporia McPherson
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