Topeka Catholic High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Topeka, KS)

 - Class of 1931

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L--- .. -. ,1-14 , f - 'Sie-kk: W - . rkg, 1 f,r A rx 51 nmroclu i x ,IXSEX Elf RLS-- 1 ' yuxl SCHWF NSW 41 37X f'f'::M,f11f?:':1lf'j fffifwmwq M, -- ,L--f-, -:Q..4fa,f.:r.2 ,,'-vf--"-'-- -Hr ' " ' 4: - 1 ffyx.: '--if L 1 tl I1 r .J 'qu I 61116 Frnlngue ,...f-v-' - - f .T You are going to Canterbury: God speed you! the Blessed Martyr give you your reward!" , . -Q ,. r- - ,.- Y 5 ' A I 'yQpu 44 - . ---' ' ---....... W f-li 0 ,- 1 l' ' ' - , C - 4' ,. v ,-, ...T-Q ,T- r"7' . "' 4 N Q Y- : f 4:1 ,, Z.: ..f.-TF... ' Lim - I f----9' :L .. V -4' 7-5245, ' ' PM - 1 I ..- G l I 'J si -... - f ,.,. ' H ' a f . I 1. Q ., M Sham ch xmzxxxiggb N 2 9 -snuff: Glhe Glamterhurg Ehitinn I of Uhr Svhamrnrk TWELFTH VOLUME Copyright 1931 By LOUISE NOLLER Editor-in-chief WILLIAM SUPPLE PHILIP LAWLOR Business Managers Page 8 I J 'I ' H 1 Q-- p,'fZ+7T'Y173 '?q:+- E-' -. ----4 z- ' - -' - ' Eid: ..:, :Q if-' SEQ ' 0 " 2 ,73 'n , 's- - 4 I. J n me fs I .M , " LEM 'G'-D 1- 19-5 pmxmxmig-Q Efhv Svhamrnrk 1531 PUBLISHED BY CLASS '31 TOPEKA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL TOPEKA, KANSAS J X I 1 I I I QWXXNNNWIPE D - -V. -fmmgggu , 1 , Q .J A,,,,. . .,.l, - " Q-ri ji,L',,, ' - at " 'bl-co ' w P-iw 35-f 2-21 . Q25 ' 1 ' T - 4., , -- 1 5 U if gg, gg' f ff 153. f -341' . X ' :- I . Q 5 2 2 g 2 1. E I N 4 Q 9,11 MM t,:f Q - . 6 I Uhr Filgrimagt i 1 ThePrologue Q h The Pilgrims I The Tales h ' The Shrine I . V ' 5 ' ' c l, ...A A Pl!!! Q-11-. ?1 i. ?' .i.. 1- L '73 S02 A Q g , , , ' " i v-V v Z 4 i" Lp - - ,--f 1 igifbf ' f f' Q' ..-D - 'f 2' R ' .D 2 -... , H Q M 0 -1 - I - - , ' ra A .-' fi " ' '. ... - N' hm, ' ' I a an I -f bumvocb 4 t O Q 1 Pllnl.. ' Zlnremnrh As the weary Canterbury pilgrims paused at the ivy monastery, bathed in the lingering rays of a dying sun, to offer a prayer of gratitude for their suc- cessful day, so we the Shamrock Staff of 1931 pause at the shrine of the lov- ing Heart of Jesus, as the fast fleeting days of our high school years are near- ing completion, to offer a prayer for a larger, nobler ' and more influential T. C. H. S. and to present this Sham- rock, that records the aims and ideals, the activities and achievements of our school. r W ....., .WT ..., l is l fi in t , l OUR RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP F. JOHANNES, D. D. Page 7 537' -40 I-QNX cl Erhiratinn To Monsignor Mclnerney, who, like the Friar, as a counsellor and friend, has accompanied us, the Pilgrims, to V our Thomas a Becker Shrine, we the Seniors of 1931, dedicate the Canter- bury Edition of the Shamrock. Truly "There was no man nowhere so vir- tuousf' Paze8 G , ' bill-Q ni l i J w xtsxxiu-,. SW' will ' '-'mils C7 if Q F easel O PM Us W1 wg ' Q I X lk! THE RIGHT REVEREND MONSIGNOR MCINERNEY, LL. D. Pa:-re 9 Page 10 THE REVEREND M. G. O'LEARY THE REVEREND W. T. J. BOLAND, M. A. Page I l .1 U 'r..., True RLSWQRIQND GIQORGIQ 'lxowu 1, 1""" -.il 1 6 gp- . , , ' T' ' 1 -. ' f , 4 ' 'pin' 1' 'V 44 - -aww ?l,, ,T 0 ..q. p o ' . 1 C. W 1"-2 .-., ..-.--F ,gf Y , Q-' ' - 4 , L ers, -" -' -.19 ' ---,.- J - , , - .,, s- Q. .. 0 " - ff? ' I ' ':: - 4, . s , t 1 - . i ' 40" ...pn - 1, ..,, ' " .. 4 . . .,' , I Q xx! NR SA. 'I i-I .. A Sbngyrocb 'ee Uhr Zllarnltg ' Right Reverend Monsignor Patrick Mclnerney, LL. D. President of Diocesan Board of Education. Apologetics The Reverend William T. J. Boland, M. A. Secretary of Diocesan Board of Education. Apologetics The Reverend M. G. O'Leary Apologetics. The Reverend George Towle Apologetics. Sister Cecilia, M. A., Principal English Public Speaking. Sister Carmelita, M. A. History Social Science ki Sister Mary Leo, M. A. Q! f " Latin f XZ f X Spanish Sister Mary Stephanie, M. A. Commercial Science. Sister Mary Brigida, M. A. Latin English. Mr. George A. Reid, M. S. Physical Education History Mathematics. . Mrs. Anna Dugan, B. A. Mathematics. The teachers are supplied for classes in Domestic Art and Manual Training by the City Board of Education. Page 17 fin "H 'WT 'T'- D -4' 1' ' D - ... 'ff-Q' if" ,ii 'A gat - ' XS' - 2, -T--.391 5 . hd X ,Ti-w bg ,, -5,, . ' -1 I A 4' 32 - ,, ,, . U . - E, 2 ft D3 Ia" In 2 ig Q Ellie Staff Louise Noller ........,.. .,..,. E ditor-in-Chief Mary Catherine Ryan g Margaret Smith Dorothy Purnell ...... Betty Morrisey .....,... Frances Breitenstein ...,.,, Ellen Dale ......... Peter Marchetti ......... William Supple I Philip Lawlor S iuri i Donald Grace ...,.... Irene Downs Veronica Hack Mildred Floersch Page 18 .. . ...Associate Editors .,......CIass Editor . . . , . .Organization . . . . . .Photography ,. ,. .Athletics . . . . . . . .Business Managers . . , . . Aduertisi ng M ariagez' .A . . .Assistant Ad uertisi ng Managers A . ' : 4 ....., WT ,,..., i n ml. 1. , nan.. .X ' 1 4 V .. . ,nina .4 ' ,l i Uhr iiilgrimz NM' W Q Q Q W .D i 5 i Y ef EIGL! r "YVhen care has cast her anchor and the harbor of a dream H 9:19 Q l X and bathed every vine in liquid, the virtue of which maketh flowers to start. then folks long to go on pilgrimagesf' We once felt this longing as now the Freshmen feel it. We heeded the urging and "Forth we rode when day began to spring" to seek our shrine. the new school, through many tales of literature. Latin, history and mathematics. We know that the eyes of these new pilgrims. the Freshmen. are J. lVlARffIlli'l'Tl M. Horqwooin fixed upon brave. unselfish dreams of vic- l'rex1tlenl Vice Preszdenl tories to be won. knowledge to be gained. experiences to be felt. and accomplishments to be attained. They are filled with an innocent ambition to learn much. to gain much, to accomplish much. and to reach their shrine. We hope that they will realize their ambitions as we have 5 S TOI' Row: M. Trieber. M. Hogwood. C. Baum, C. Miller, Anna 'elx D. Higgs. R. Cielts J. Kohler, li. Kriepe. SHXZNIJ Rowl C. Nelson. M. Kraft, A. Kriepe. J. Rogge. M. Koehlerxll. Degan. H. Birming- ham. ll. Murray. R. Delieiser, A, Roche. A. Pashman. 'l'lllRI3 ROW: A. Morrisey. D. Weinell. D. Sheahan. M. Miller, A. Dt acher. M. Burghart. S. llsquibel. li. l.andon, R. Parry, V. Cole. J. Holloway. Xl! l3OURTH Row: D. Schlegel. J. Cull. ll. Surbaugh. B. Desch, H. Rollhc, r. A. l.orden, D. Jor- dan, H. Desch, M. Desch. S. DeBacher. N Page 20 . . W, . 'x .1 , fx :-of-vxv-.xr-em -H,-F x-.gQ.,., -il . ,. l . lil jf!! fl 'lea ' ill els ',ll!l f ' J. .., I . W Ny LDgl"t El fs" r 3152 " cv lf? 5 'bro-Q " O D 5 of 5- 3, 'V I 39 3 f? ' 0 Z 5 2. 4-7 J Q G 'X 1' U52 ' ll O 2 '14,-1 3 Tr 1 "1" flu all l at-vi' .J JH ' v. - 4 - .gm'u.nvaz.5 -gt X, Qi - We 1 -1- .Qs i?'j',g','1V'aJ 'O "N 'siim ef-. . ieIQ1"33.,--Q12 ,ja . age . eff' qi-sift-8' E., l ... A " ' po, :I ,T-T , ' 4 - ' "' "-w2ee9ft"i ' D, 'gmfifg as-+A f- Dk. 'jf Q 2 ,Q . ff' di realized ours and with peaceful and con- 5 3 tented hearts, will be able to kneel, as we if Q are. at the foot of their shrine. . 'i lndeed. we agree with the host, "For by A my troth I saw not this year so merry a company!" They have cheerfully set out on their pilgrimage. with a smile full of Q hope. ambition and confidence on their . fresh. young faces. May they still, laugh- ' ing and merry, see their shrine near as we see ours, gained by their perseverance, studiousness. and accomplishments. We, l ' Weary travelers as we are, look back with R. PARRY LQ, MURRAY t Joy in our hearts at them. with their S1'm"L"V T"'f'SU"'f brave dreams and unselfish ambitions as forth they ride when day begins to spring. D. P. ' up um.. e-. - . Toi, Row: K. Crawford, G. Antler. D. Downs. E. Kelley. R. Hamaker. J. Vslorland, J. Mar- chctti. SECOND Row: P. Johns. R. Karnowski, E. Zeidler. A. Gomez, T. Curry. M. XVclwb, R. Mar' linez. l.. Desch. R. Ronnau. THIRD Row: M. Brandt, M. Kreipe. I. Riley. E. Roberts. l.. Meyer. E. Krische. R. Worland, M. Frost, C. Fritton. A. Toole. FOURTH Row: D. I-letheringtin. R. Kane. P. Redman. R. Haynes. A. Nelson, D. Berclaz. R. Smith. P. Huster, F. Brouyette. J. Montcz. Page 21 ........ ,........ , 5 L 1 4 . J :.p-323 Earp AY. - fli .Ni .. ...fes.l.Qs.435ee'1' S3156 O"'4'iw+if 4 .s s .- .3f4Q,5?'Sf?'5't' k W. ' C'1'f1i-Lf5?!f,-i. .q L Yki 'VA' 1, -he in 'PY Wifi . ' X .x,' 'ff in X V 2 L' r Elie Svnphnnnnrw 3 The Sophomoresli We experienced 1 u 1 . l l 1 fl i J XV. ljRliWl'li'l' COONIQY Prexnlr-nl Vice Presiidenl Seniors counsel them. Beware of flatteryf lf their fox should come to them. as the fox came to proud Chaunticleer and coaxed wilily. A'Gentle sirs, alas! Where will ye go? Be ye afraid of me? Me. that am your friend?" let them turn their hacks. for flattery is a vain and misleading thing. as we have learned. and brings no good. lf anyone should say to them. as to the fated Chaunticleer "there is no man in any land that could pass you in song or wis- dom," let them not he "so ravished by the flatteryn that they should succumb to the 1 I - f Y " , 5 1 . , Toi, Row: .l. Degan, A. De Kayser. T. Vaughn. M. Connaughton. .l. Heffner. XV. Townsend. SI-POND Row: D. Ashton. J. Gomez. XV. Prewiu, I.. Quin. A. Dehackcr. J. Jordan. M. Riley. feild. li. l.ewis. 'l'HIRIb Row: I.. Breiteslein. li. lfllenhecker, R. Meyer. P. Clements. A. Quinn. M. Riley. M. Best. S. Desch. l5OL'R'I'Il Row: 'lf Hier. M. Halleck. B. Kaherlein. B. Back. li. Urben. C. Dale. M. Nlclntyre. M. Healy. Page 22 IN s ff-4' f'i:f"jfb521Z3' '29 i'Af" fx-QFTH V M - f ----e , q,,f,9fj1, f' - . -- --. 1 ' ' X -2- -.- -'T' -. .iiic "ef ff: ' . +2 - -1- ' a fr---:ef TT . -A A--2.62:-!0rf'I' an Nl-I 1- . -A e- - V an .fh,---..r,.1f1f Q ref- - - - 4-rf-fam " W f. is . Tgf ,V ' ' 9 of LJ .fi-Q- 1 umroe it' L'-N i 'gl sry 0 95: , g f if e ' 'ff r 'ji flatterer's wishes. We are warning them 27 . of the pitfalls and rough places in the road l g V to their shrine that they may not be weak- ' ened, but strengthened by our experiences. 1 go on Winning their honors. accomplish- ing their deeds, and gaining praise with never a stumble or a falter to halt their way. May they complete their pilgrimage successfully and be as close to their shrine as we are now. We hope that when they are as experienced as we, they will be able to say with the Nuns Priest and with us "For he that is wilfully blind when he , H F. PURNELI. E, HEALY should see, God let him never thrive. Si-rrrmry Treasurer , D. P. I f ' a W 4 A 'N I Q + C 5 v. l I x . 6, . l ' . A I L Q , 84 ' ' rw- . 5' 4 , . E , Vi I , V 1 . Tov Rowf R. Mofffg i .,Hoffman. A. Fowl. Purnell. C. Cooney. SECOND Row: E. R 55 dwin. A. Earhart, l.. Clark, R. Vardy, C. Stadler. P. Burton. B, Williams. V - THIRD ROW: l. Beck, M, Pashinan, M. Cavanaugh, H. Meyers. II. Brandt, M. Cosgrove. H. Trieber, M. Matchim, H. Patterson. ITOURTH Row: N. Plumberg. H. Miller, H. Leinacker, A. Sacks. M. Moore. I.. Vetter, A. Kroll, R. Harkins, R. Richmond. Pake 23 JN i J if Fxxggi I R I TNR. KKK ,.. . r. 5 4 R. KAN12 Prvsidcnt Page 24 Uhr .Uuninrz TOP Row: N. Beck, H. Becker. M. Brown. D. Butler. I. Cavanaugh. SECOND Row: L. Clerico. A. Colvin, J. Desch. D. Durkins. L. Eakcs. THIRD ROW: L. Etzel. C. Etzel, F. Foley. F. Fritton, M. Garrity. FOURTH Row: J. Gibbons, J. Hack, F. Harris, J. Haynes. A. Heck. FIFTH Row: F. Hoffman. G. Murray. L. Hoeland. D. Hoeland, M. Hunt. M. HEALY Vice President A. GRACE St-rrclargl TOP Row: R. Jones, E. Kuhn. A. McGinnis. F. Kroll, I.. Mulloy. SECOND Row: F. Noller. M. Pedin. A. Peterson, C. Quinton, D. Reed. THIRD Row: H. Renteria, G. Roggc. F. Service. A. Smith, V. Smith. FOURTH Row: E. Spettcr. H. Stader. E. Sullivan. K. Tribble. J. Vetter. FIFTH Row: J. Walters. L. Walters, A. Waters. F. VJest, A. Wiss. L . APODACA Trvusurer Pa!-'Ie 25 f-,tszf 5 1 Ollie 31uninra They think they are wise-how foolish of them--just as we did in the au- tumn of our knowledge. But through experience, often sad experience, we have learned "to kneel down and say our Ave Maria-to honor, aye our Blessed Lady" as young Hugh of Lincoln. As ones wise because of experience, we ask them to draw nearer and nearer and harken ever our words as young Hugh of Lincoln "drew nearer and nearer and harkened over the word and the note till he knew-." Many things are accomplished, many victories are won, much knowledge is gained, but not without the aid of prayers. May they, as young Hugh, say many prayers, and sing many sweet canticles "made to salute our noble Blessed Lady and ever to pray to her to be our succor and help." They have been flattered! They think they know: they have learned: but yet they know little in comparison with what is to be known and learned. What a great asset is humility in making one's way! May our wise Juniors learn to say with us as the Prioress has taught us, "Lady, thy magnificence, thy great humility, thy goodness, and thy power no tongue may express by any wisdom." D. P. "THE PILGRIMAGE OF THE JUNIORS" And they, their faltering steps turn toward their goal, The Knights who fight for honors for their school. The youthful Squires, whose hopes attain the heights. Of all ambition and the shining lights. The sober Clerks whose records fill a tome. The Nuns whose slender fingers count the beads. The Prioress, whose watchful eyes see all That differs from the holy rule. The Cooks, to whom we give their tasty due. Concoct a food that's named full well a stew. The Wives of Bath who keep the school agog With merriment. which knows no sober bounds. The Pardoners are scarce in such a class Because their sins are "few and far between." A group of Monks we hope will rise from here. To seek out lost and weary souls to cheer. The Abbots raise their voices high in praise. The ,Yeomen are all servant to their lords. Yes, they, their faltering steps turn towards the goal, Through plays and contests they plod on their ways. An orator among their midst we find, A galaxy of actors troop behind. Each year their footsetps firmer tred the stairs. As worthy Seniors they achieve their aim. B. M.--D. P. Page 26 ....,. WT .. ' . . iii, . 'W l l 9 i .ll iq A iii iii Sli in il C27 A CD, 221 o O . 5, 'Sql all ,gulf J li 'fl mfxiifitl XSKNX We Seniors! How happy we are as we approach our goal! Our souls 1 KKK 'NX 6 j-Q 'P X . Uhr Seninrn would have us draw near more slowly because of reverence, as we view the shrine which our accomplishments, our honors, and our medals make possible: but our spirits would have us hurry our steps, because of our eagerness. True! The way has been difficult, sometimes wearisome. We have wished to turn into the easier path, the smoother road, We often have longed to wander, playing and laughing down the lanes more green to our eyes than the path we trod. But now we know that if we had turned away to enjoy ourselves we would have forgotten the purpose of our pilgrimage. We realize now that it has given us enjoyment to grip with knowledge and wrest from it an education, to wrestle with our subjects and conquer difficulties, to labor in the fertile fields of lore and rejoice in our bountiful harvests, to strive for prizes and win honors, to see our shrine so near because of our accomplishments. We would not have it otherwise. How we have enjoyed our victories! How happy we are! We Seniors. D. P. "THE COMING OF THE SENIORS" As first. as Freshmen in the lower hall, They seemed to band together with one aim. The season of the falling leaves soon passed And winter came with all its icy blasts. 'Twas followed soon by spring: a year was o'er. A year which left a niche in high school walls. As Sophomores, they faced their work in faith Still guided by the light of quest and hope. Alive with every joy that comes with youth They journeyed on the trail that led to truth. Their laurels from the contests mounted high. Another year of conquests for this class. The Junior year awoke with fleeting wings And bore this class through realms of classic lore. They strove to learn life's lesson on the way: They fought and came out victors in the fray, They feasted on the fun that comes but once, Just one more step and they would reach the goal. Oh, then, the zenith of their hopes was reached. As Seniors in the school, they held so dear, They found they were but starting. pilgrim-wise. And in the end they'd reach the Sacred Shrine: The joys that had been theirs in all these years Would symbolize the life that was to come. B. M. Page 27 .- ,icq :Wi 'n exif "lui Qty' L Lf? -1 3 Q5 T t CD6 3' Q.. .1 . L if Full ,tm MXXNX ' ea WT - sxk- NX X QW: Q j. 1-,.:-I av '7' .., at . x 1 A Y - QL: Y W ' - A., 1' ' , -is ITT' 'N f-v.-,---KA 'T- 'T "' 9 s-a s I SNC' 'Q W , .:-51'.3-, ,a - Q N 0 -D -1 , 'g r ' H' ' za .o - - ' ,ind 5 4. .. f- ' - - gg, If , bngyroclg Page 2 8 "Uhr Seniur Earle" To name them in turn would take us too long But we'l1 praise them in groups in this tribute of song. For brilliance and beauty,-and "study" and grace You need but to look in the smile of each face. Their faults Cif they have themj are mostly for fun And virtue beams out from the eyes of each one. 'Tis a class of such Seniors as never before Went forth from this school, so o'erwhelmed with lore, And never within it were geniuses known To rival the knowledge these Seniors have shown. Or if by sad chance there be some without wit In newspaper parlance their smiles Umake a hit." Our Seniors are "charmers" from finish to start Good tempered, kind hearted, quick witted and "smart" Among them a Pearl no star can outshine In English a treasure, in Latin divine No dreamer of Hellas could fairly compare With the Muses that sprinkle this class here and there. Not Sappho herself-Cyou may say what you pleaseb Could equal our Betty or lovely Louise: Not Alcaeus maddened by Lyrics could vie With the glint of poetics in Dorothy's eye. And signed with "orthography" Frances can stand With the plaque of Emporia safe in her hand And Mildred whose charm of eloquence speaks Like the "Lady from Asia" who flattered the Greeks. And what of the Seniors who trudged day by day That the sheen of the "Shamrock" may fade not away? They brought in the "ads" and the interest they took Should glitter like gold in the leaves of this book. Yes, all the dear girls the Senior class claims We wish we could honor by naming their names. And as for the boys! Oh, go sing of them, you. Who could fancy creation with creatures more true. Intelligent, chivalrous, earnest, and strong, What else can' we say to enhance them in song? They can parse and compose and transpose very well And most of them own they have learned to spell. They have scored in athletics and in many things more Than honest old Socrates taught us of yore. And some are among them so graceful and tall They could dance on the ice without fearing to fall. Their valiant debaters and orators show What language is good for a student to know Good luck to the Seniors about to retreat That beautiful class, with its President Pete! I .rx If-X A Q 'X int, P. M. QD .L-1-n is writing Contest 'Z9: Treasurer '3O: Em- poria Meet '30-'Hz Spelling Team '30- "5l: Spelling, first place "SO: Team Cap- tain 'HZ Art Editor "Shamrock "Sl: Play Cast '31, FRANCIS BROSE Orchestra '28-'29: San Diego. California '29-'30: Pootball '30: Basketball '30: Baseball "50. CHARLES BROUYETTE Emporia Meet. '28, '29-'30-'Hz English. Honorable Mention '28s Emporia. Plan: Geometry. first place 'Z9: Emporia. Solid Geometry, third place "SO: Emporia. Physics, second place '3 O: Manhattan Contest M501 President Chem- istry Club '3l: High School Seniors Schol- arship Contest '3l: Pittsburg Meet '3l, j .r 'L 'e sierra fe' ks Gareth Club 'Z8: Debate Team '2l: Kodak Editor "Sham- rock" '3l. MARY DONNELY Gareth Club '28 : Honorable Mention Scholastic '31 1 Play '31, IRENE DOWNS Gareth Club '28: Dramatic Club '31 3 Assistant Advertising Manager "Shamrock" '3l: Play Cast '3l. Page 29 :-pun. xxN9QTP - , R . ll 5 l U ," , M, MZ It tilfufflr 553202 ffl All I f 5 SEQ' E WP- 4, i Us 'T N Q' ' Him- r 2 L ' 0 .l P E Z i+s?"ll"' tg Jml lili m F2 yi, at el in 1, - .gmxsewm f -4' "' 'ra - A1-f-My . Q . ft., .- "'-M 'T if . Q or . QQ-5 Q- - '- ' . . - '1?b,g.:'f4!ffztf 5' 6 G NW r 'ri '--. fi .. 1 -' 47154 1:'T"? ' ' X" ' . . 1- . . ' - '. It -T t r 4- f , A. A R -ff- ,.,J5-f:if3'- f Lf QT lvf'f'3f V - Q--ff--Ml f' we 1, V .- L. T-'C-Aa 'lf ',.?, at' av vf fr rf 'L' A X' ff 2 Lf 5 5 ul : 1 I I 2?iRl1'5 A , ' , aret U 1 I SITE Chemistry Club 'El : Play Cast '3l. l play Cast 'Bl' ' 51 2 l s r t ROBERT IIINNEGAN Football '28: Stage Manager St. Patriclfs Play 'Hi Dramatic Club "5l. MILDRED l7l.OlfRSCH Elocution Contest '28-'20-'30: Em- poria Meet 'Z9: ln- terpretive Reading. third place, Emporia 'Z9: Dramatic Club '30-'31 : Play Cast '30-"6l: Debate Team '3 l 1 Debate Tournament. Em- noria. Kansas Uni- versity. College of limporia. H a s lx e l l. XAlJShl5lll'l'l '31 1 As- sistant Advertising Manager "Shamrock" A31 : N. C, C. W. Oration '3 l. Page 30 , Q' 4E+4!v, ELEANOR GORMAN Gareth Club '28: Play Cast '3l. DONALD GRACE Basketball '28-'ZW '30-'3l: Football '28-'Z9-MSO: Spanish Club "SO: Secretary "SO: Play Cast 'llc Advertising Manager "Shamrock" '3 l. -3 a--1-af -..., .. ,x .-5"i' ' J- A -A foil? VERONICA HACK Gareth Club 'Z8: Orchestra 'Z8-'29- '30-'3l:Dramatic Club '3l: Assistant Advertising Manager "Shamrock" '31 : Play Cast "5l. CAROL LEE HARRIS A. C. H. S. '27- '28-'29-'30: T. C. H. S. '3l: Dramatic Club '7il. JACK HIZPTIG Maur Hill High '28: Play Cast 128: Horton High '29-'30: Play Cast '29-'30s Operetta '29-'30s Track '29-'SOI Foot- ball '29: T. C. H. S "5l: Chemistry Club '3l: Football '3l. we JOSEPH HEPTIG I St. Benedicfs '28- Z9- 30: T. C. H. S 'nz Football '31i Chemistry Club '3l: V ice President Chem - istrv Club '3l. PAULINE KASPER Post Graduate Course'3l. PHILIP LAWLOR St. Mary's High '28-'Z9: T. C, H. S. '29-'30-'3l: Em- poria Meet '29-"'r0- '31 1 Dramatic Club '30-"Sl: Play Cast '30-'31 1 Football '30-'31 1 Orchestra 30-'31 : Debate Team 31: Vwfashburn De- bate Tournament' 'il 1 Business Manager "Shamrock" '31 1 Latin third place '30-'31, Page 3 1 A11-4' Aff W V N i Q. i W' .lil 1 I illhx. l I' i - l Q-fslfggs ' 5 'f 9 CD: 3 f Q7-. 1 I fl I, 8: lj? ,7 an I It lij: '.A -Qi wemmffs 14' - .gram I i-851K 1 Vice President 'Z8: Football '28-'Z9-'30: Latin, second place. Emporia 'ZSQ History, first place. 'Z8-'29- ":0: President '29- '30-"5l 3 Basketball '29-'30-MSI: Man- hattan, l.atin, sec- ond place. 'Z9: Hon- orary Football Cap- tain WO: Manhattan, History. first place, "SO: Sports Editor "Shamrock" 'llg District Twenty Ora- torical Champion '3l: Pittsburg Meet, '3l. ZOA MCGINNIS Gareth Club 'ZSZ Play Cast '3l: Chem- istry Club '3l. ELLEN Mli'ln'l'Y Cvareth Club 'Z8: ELOUISE MILEHAM Gareth Club 'ZSL Chemistry Club '3l. BETTY MORRISEY Class President '28: Gareth Club '28: Em- poria Meet '29-WO: C u r r e nt History. honorable mention, "50: Dramatic Club '30-'Hz Organiza- tion Editor "Sham- rock" '31 1 Play Cast 'Xl : Class Secretary '31 : Debate Team 'll 1 Debate Tourna- ment. Emporia. Kan- sas University, Col- lege of Emporia. Has- kell-XVashburn '31, l.AVv'RliNCl2 9 Y Chemistry Club 'Hz Mli5RI':NiH .28 Secretary Chemistry Ask la ' Club '3 I . Prize 32 I e,.oTe,jf . 63 f - Titre W2-'f-l2Z5l'wl! R . "0 1 ll ' Ely-.ll 4 Q75 Q xl i Ei 9-ful I ' 1 i ll . 53' n ee, chili .ml Q7 'fi Q32 5? ' '- ' TL t '50-': O Wi F7 ' if ,f -qi C l bt All ,E-nfl i I ,I " la 'tl Tl' -ill "' I MXN VIRGINIA NELSON - SEK 'O A QTKJTTI :D A 'ca .QQI-Q9 ,, - f .. -,,. f. , ..- ,tg , Gareth Club 'Z83 Vice President '29g Glee Club '30: Dra- matic Club '3l. LOUISE NOLLER Emporia Meet. '28- '29-'3O-'3l: Scholar- ship Team '29-'3O- '31: Emporia, Eng- lish, third place. '28: Manhattan. English first place. 'Z8: Eng- lish Team '28-'29- '30-'3 1: Honorable Mention, 'Z9: English second place. '30-'3l: Dramatic Club '30- '3l: Play Cast '3l2 Quill and Scroll '3l2 Chicago Contest '3l: English Team Cap- tain '3lZ Editor-in- Chief "Shamrock" '3l. DOROTHY PURNELL Secretary 'Z9' Em- poria Meet '29-'30: Dramatic Club '30- JAMES REED Secretary '29g Stu- dent Spiritual Coun- cil '30-'3l. GILBERT REEL Football 'Z8-'29- '30: Basketball '29- '30-'3l: Emporia Meet '29s Play Cast '3l: Honorary Bas- ketball Captain '31: Dramatic Club '3l. '31 : Debate Team . '31 L Debate Tourna- PREIQERSCK ment. Emporia, Kan- RON A' sas, College of Em- '3 lchfmlsffl' C1 ll b porin. Haskell. Wash- burn, '3l: Class Edi- tor "Shamrock" '3l3 Quill and Scroll '3l: Gorgas Medal. first in school. '3l: Elocu- tion Contest '3l: Play Cast '3l: Edi- torial Contest '3l: Chicago Contest '3l: Pittsburg Meet '3l. L , Page 33 fl -' --1' :----- Pef'-bein 4 Q V1 li 2 Nl." .qt H if' A ,z V ' 'fi-3 ' ill 5 DP 9.2 '50- O F7 ' I 5' .-.i,"' I I .32 1 'mi li ,"f,'6l+li 'I .. 33 ' ' xm.-1.1.34 Qt? 2 Xl i- UNK ROSEMARY RONNAU Gareth Club '28: Dramatic Club '31 g Play Cast '3l. 'I MARY CATH- ERINE RYAN Emporia Meet '28- '29-'30-'3l: Class Secretary '28, Spell- ing Team '29: Team Medal '29: Glee Club '30: Spanish Club H505 Emporia. Span- ish. second place, '30: Needle Work Guild '30-'3l: Orchestra '29-'30: Asociate Ed- itor "Shamrock" '3l: Dramatic Club '3l: Play Cast '3l: Phys- ics Honorable Men- tion. '3l. MARGARET SMITH Manhattan. Alge- bra. second place, '28: Emporia. Latin, first place. '29-'30-'3l: T. C. H. S. Scholarship Medal 'Z9: Spanish Club H501 Emporia Meet 'Z8-'29-'30-3 l: Scholarship Team '30- '3l: Play Cast 'Ili Class Secretary '3l: Associate E d i to r "Shamrock" '3 l 3 Dramatic Club '3l: Chicago Contest '3l. Page 34 wf'b WILLIAM SUPPLE St. Benedict's Col- lege '28: Football '28-'29-'30: Empo- ria Meet '30: Dra- matic Club '30-'3l: Elocution Contest "5O: Vice President 'Hz Business Mana- ger "Shamrock" '3l: Debate Team '3l: Debate Tournament, Emporia. Kansas-Uni- versity. College of Emporia. Haskell, Washburn '3l: Play Cast '3l. JAMES TALTY Football '28-'29- "5O: Baseball '29. IRENE TODD McFarland High '28: Alma High '291 T. C. H. S. '30-'31. WTIT' 'L' 1- .1-2' M vin -,-l il -,W. my ik sl l Min .I-fwl f ti A , Cha,-3 5 'fra 53. l '50-ff o W, F7 ' 5 . .fir . ll if'ji'll 5: In Q 'li A lf -flif me ws 7,1 XXX . a' 1 'fa' M' Qu, RTT' - ""-T L T' jf..-54, Q., ., - . A UUQPOC 'EF' 2' 3 5 'I --C""'E5 Gln Glhaurer What warbling minstrel chanting far off days Awakes again his happy pilgrim throng? Young April flowers are glistening in his song: Young April showers glance back the morning rays: Young rival knights prance forth on rival ways: A boastful chanticleer crows loud and long: A flutist, and a squire, brave, gallant, strong. And lovely nuns enhance his pilgrim lays. Old poet-charmer, chronicler of Spring! Its lights: its laughter and its balmy close: The fragrance of each "growing verdant thing." The 'raptured rain-drops resting on the rose. Oh, let me hear your voice forever sing The secret of life's beauty and repose. 'FFT A 'T . I J Page 85 n. Page 36 PBKE 37 agp Q Q ,-... 4.1. ha ...i ... gf? 6 e 'o -s ' :L 'Tj .f V i" "' 1'f -p' 'Z ---E .P P' -,Q 0 .- I - 41 f . 'N yu 'X , - ' -aagf " W gnc 5 .-.-.-- Ellie Qlanterhurg liilgrima Necessarily beautiful are these things that please all and please always. For this reason we joy- fully revert to the Canterbury Pilgrims and the stories that beguile their journey. To attempt an allegory might strain our genius to the erring point, but without artifice or apology we shall borrow from England's charming story-teller some colour and substance for our Shamrock. We wonder what Old Geoffrey would say from "his house long-leased in Old Westminster." could he set eyes on his "Tabard Inn" hemmed round by trefoil. Did he not know, and serve. and sing of Prince Lionel's bride whom he counted most fair When the Shamrock was coiled in the gold of her hair, -the lovely de Burgh whose dowry enriched the long line of Lancaster by sixteen thousand square miles of Shamrock? The Poet-page would grant us much for the sake of her who pinned on his shoulder the shamrock set in pearl. Though youth loves adventure, we will not search through musty centuries for flattering similarities to our own times, yet after five hundred years we can claim much in common with the merry days of Chaucer. Secure in the same faith, the same democratic companionship, in the same "abiding sense of things Eternal" we set out to the Canterbury of high ideals, noble principles. and lofty aspirations. Joyful as the Poet's Palmer band we shall find in the discipline of the journey "That which rude vigor never could at!ain"- good sense, good humour and the charity of mutual forbearance. Our pilgrim train consists of "very perfect gentle Knights" and squires on the road to Knight- hood. a Nun or two, with "many hearty commoners," a Lady-Prioress and a "Wife of Bath," students also, "silent or sententious" a Man of Law, perhaps a Parish Priest, but our group excludes both Monk and Miller. The road may be more difficult than that from Southwark to Canterbury. but Our Knights are tireless talkers, and the Nun's story long and interesting. The Poet shall lead the way, "gowned in short grey," rosary in hand, kind, observant, self-controlled. broad-visioned, con- fident and glad in the Joy of Living. From him we can learn to dismiss the captious and ir- reverent with a little "jestful irony" and to commend virtue by the doing of good. Versed in the lore of Chivalry, a courtier, and a soldier, Chaucer is as well prepared to con- duct a pilgrimage as to portray an assemblage. He carries forward the glow and freshness of youth into the seriousness of age, and holds high, the double torch of Faith and Genuis to illumine the occurences of life. Though endowed by princes he bequeaths to men nothing more than the frankness and tenderness of his own great heart, and those purer influences that affect posterity in that "Picture which is likewise Music's art." He died indebted to Henry IV for the Religious dowry of his only daughter Elizabeth, for Chaucer was also the "Daddy of a Nun." There are many reasons why the Catholic Student should find true pleasure in the genial and gay mood of the Canterbury pilgrims. They overflow with humour and explain the secret of Christian happiness as the harmonious union of Faith with human joy. It might be well for our Knights to know that in the red tournaments of War, Chaucer saw battles lost as well as victories won. that difficulties only made him stronger, that sorrows but sweetened his song. We have met him here during our early years, when Poets make lasting im- pressions. His humilty, sincerity, sympathy and Faith ought to offset in our life the evils of a frivolous and unthinking age. Could we reverse the order of his literary plan by transforming our "Tabard" into a "House of Fame," we would lay a grateful tribute on his "canopied grey marble altar-tomb," beside Our Lady's chapel in Westminster. Page 38 "M 'WT' '- Uhr Efalrn 2 V5 f-qgxff X., K1 'Qvil IM,-f "Thine is the victory in this adventure." X Page 89 - 'Qi or P -t ff-,Q "xg fe t . v ' - vet-ra, - fam' XX' D S Q .Hb 1- H .. e V . t -if -D 3431-' , L-,' n. -' xl' 'still' f' fi.?'. sf. v ' A f- 'fl 52. Ellie Eehttte Svqutth -5 - After a month of extensive argumentation and flaunting of oratorical aspira- . tions. the debate squad was chosen to discuss the question. Resolved: "That A chain stores are detrimental to the best interest of the American people." fl Williani Supple. Philip Lawlor, Peter Marchetti and Betty Morrisey defended :l ' r . I I Q " the affirmative side of the question. Mildred Ploersch. Dorothy Purnell, Ellen ' Q Dale and Michael Healy ably upheld the side of the negative. An informal A l non-decision debate was held with To eka Hi h School as an o ening to the ' P 8 P E A debate season. A practice tournament was held on December third and fourth U at the Em oria State Colle e, Em oria, Kansas. The followin week an in- P g P 3 vitation Tournament was held at Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas. A The debaters entered in the Ca er Cu tournament at Wasluburn Colle e. l PP P 3 Debaters Mildred Floersch and Michael Healy displayed talent in their defense of chain store growth and were declared winners in four debates. The annual debate tournament was held at Haskell Institute. Lawrence, Kan- sas. on February I3. Here the T. C H. S. debaters won four debates: but lost the tournament victory by one point. B. lXl, l Toll Row: P. Marchetti. D. Purnell. B. Mortisey. M. Healy. Sl-COND Row: P. l,awlor. M. liloersch. lf. Dale. XV. Supple. PDXIBJU -- -Q'--HK, liar? 3 l --ff tfxf 'X-If l? l l . lr' fi' L- lg, 4' YA. - .sm 'l fl V Tangled love affairs and jealousies. humor and tense action, such were the complications which furnished the plot for "The Whole Town's Talking." the annual Senior play presented on Saint Patricks Day. The play unfolded the attempts of a vigilant father to turn his daughters affections from a perfect mannered Frenchman to his industrious, unkempt bookkeeper. THE CAST Hery Simmons. a manufacturer ...,.. ..,,. ..,,, .....,.., . Harriet Simmons. his wife ....,.... Ethel Simmons. his daughter ........,. Chester Binney. Simmons partner ..... l.etty Lythe. a motion picture star .......,,.... Donald Swift. a motion picture director ..,... Roger Shields. a young Chicago blood ..., l.ila Vv'ilson. friend of Ethel .... . .,...... . Sally Otis. friend of Ethel .. . Annie. a maid ,.... ............,.. Sadie Bloom . 'laxi-Driver .... .,,. .. .... . . ..,... .,... . . . Mrs. Jackson . ,.,. . ,,.... .,.......,........... . ......William Supple . ,.,,.. Betty Morrissey ,,.. Mildred liloersch . . .. .Philip Lawlor . ,,.. Louise Noller . ,. . Peter Marchetti . .. . Donald Grace .Dorothy Purnell .. . .Margaret Smith Mary Catherine Ryan ........ Irene Downs ,....,..,. Gilbert Reel ...Frances Breitenstein Girls--Veronica Hack. Lillian Garriety, Rosemary Ronneau. Genevieve lieighny. Ellen Metty. Eleanor Gorman BACK Row: R. Finnegan. M. C. Ryan. G. Reel. l.. Garriey. E. Gorman, F. Breitenstein. E. Metty, V. Hack. R. Ronnau. FRONT Row: W. Supple. B. Morrisey. D. Grace. D. Purnell. M. Smith. P. Marchetti. I.. Noller, I. Downs. P. l.awlor. M. Floersch. Page 4 1 - o"c'4"i'J'ljCF.f.?-x?'bL. Y3. Q-S.-5-9. axximiiigipt it 'Ni Q T3 , ftylx. i talffl I illi. 1 El -fJ'f'.ip '5 E C-,353 E 1'5" ,,, . S' . gl 53 E K7 L 2, '50-f. N o L 9' F7 ' Q te t ff . ab 1 ' "zz 1 la 'l l mg, . .gt fl- J' I W" li' 1 WPC .I ln" " - 45 ltvsfg-.5 'ggi ik .lk "Uhr 1U.P1JfIl11I2IIliZllZ I.XNlUlNl-' l,. Apud.1c.x. A. Cnrnru. li 'l'ril1lHlv. XII IINM: U lluchmd. H. Slndvr. I , llmhxml, "Elks Hilliilllf' UXNIHINIL: R. K.1m'. lf. Vritlon. .I. H.1ck. S I'I'l'lN1l I.. Mullwy, M. Hmlv. ID, Bumlfr. Uhr QDuill anh Svrrnll Snrivtg IMI' Row .I, Ciiblmm. M. I7lm'rsLh. M. Smith. P. M.1rchclli. N. Bcck. lf. l3rcilu11wlci11. ' l .lxvlnr KUNIJ RUN Nl lhxlly. M. Dmmcly. M. Rvnn. B, IXlUI'IAiSSCX'. l . Nollcr. U. IjllI'I1CH. C. l'mrou5 Clic. Uhr ,Staff lui' ROW: D. Grncc. P, Marchclli. M. lflucrsch, B. Morriscv. V. Hack. I. Downs. ll BI'CilCI1SlC VONIJ RUW: P. l,.1wlm'. D. Purncll. M, Cf. Ryan. I.. Nollvr. M. Smith. XV. Supplc. Vzulv -D - .e . H vi fn : in V off' "4'4r'.NL -1: 'Z 4 Q Ellie QBrrlwaIra The orchestra was the only musical society in the school: the glee club was not organized this year. Pit all of the public functions and entertainments the orchestra was an appreciated additional feature. Such melody as fell betimes From fluting squire and chanting nun. And Tabard pilgrims tuning rhymes Until this merry march was done Sweet concert of Chaucerian chimes Should cheer our life-path till 'tis run. 'IDI' ROW: A Donaldson. M. lirost, V. Hack, li. VJest. lf. l5ritton. D. Downs. H. Treiher, M. Declan. R. Jones. A. l.orden, R. Harlxins, H. Birmingham. A. Delxeyser. l.. Danderine. Sl-FUND ROW: D, Devlin, C. Stadler. V. Cole, l.. Patterson. .l. Descli. D. l'itx. P. Clements. l.. Pmreitstein, M. Harkins. D. Dooley. Pane 4 4 . gv"cF'ff. sis- D L- - 'l 1 Lf Y 'NJ L, .' . -. S S TT . sv i flags. 'F CBI G :fl Vfj H H "Ur , wif ' 'S -A . a . " . 2 f?ff-a-1?--7"- - L -- fgcvl' ' - -1- -f' Q 9' ' ' L- s - '97 iff! il .-:'. Rf' 'fr if .1 + . 5 Ellie Spanwh Qlluli .9 'P 'F , Every year the Spanish Club has been one of the most interesting organiza- ' tions of the school. This year it was more so, for it consisted of a few Spanish 5 speaking members. The other members were delighted to be able to hear the " lrue Spanish pronunciation, and they profited by the conversations which were Q Q held. At daily meetings they mastered with zest the difficult Spanish verbs and Q 1 nouns. At the end of the year the calls was entirely Spanish speaking and a na- l tive Spaniard hearing them converse might think himself in a spot of his own ' country. One member of the class, Hermelinda Renteria, won as a first prize. a scholarship to Pittsburg Teachers College. This year was the first year that the school entered any contestants to the Pittsburg Meet and to come out with such an honor surpassed our fondest hopes. The representatives sent to the Emporia Teachers College Meet won high honors in the Spanish division. TOP ROW: K. Jones. ll. Varcly. XV. Townsend. R, Moore. J. Degan. H. Patterson. S. Desch. H. Miller. li. lillenhecker. SECOND ROW: A. Sacks, l. Beck. I. Todd, M. Garrily, D. Butler. A. XViss. A. Grace, N. Beck M. l'.ishm.in. J. Heffner. THIRID ROW: A. MsC nnis. D. Reed. M. Peden. M. Brown. lf. Service. H. Statler. A. Smith H. Renteria. Page -15 -921--'I cv-Dr Lvl, U JI J ..... ..-. D--V X W-1.4 V . fif A Lf". - x- .-- Q 1 6-1 'f . T" . W" Q .- -- U . ., ,N.- Q S VA F - g TI"n url... - - 1 '.!!'pT:Q""r Cl-f 4' 'RQ . , ,I U V . .- ,' Q, ' ,. A, . " Ji y A T 'A'n ' - Q gif'-511?'? A . ' if ,.'1+'L9L. 1, 955' Alf, i' 'U ' ' ' A 51 G9ratnrtrz1l Qlnntwtu ,5 43, 5' Oratorical Contests which added much interest to the usual school work were 43 numerous and varied. All of our entries were excellent and distinguished 'theme I. selves by their oratorical ability. . Mildred Floersch was the school entrant in the contest sponsored by the Na- ' tional Council of Catholic Women, held at Saint Mary, Kansas. Dorothy But- ' ler and Michael Healy participated in the Pittsburg Teachers College Forensic Q Meet in which Michael placed fourth. Michael also represented the school in the Kansas State High School Oratori- ' cal Contest on Catholic Apologetics. winning first place and presenting another V trophy to our case. ln the Constitutional Oratorical Contest. Peter Marchetti 4 placed first in the District Contest. and second in the Northern Kansas Region. l 1 All ol' these orators are to be congratulated for their splendid work. ln addition the Elocution Contest in which anyone in the school may enter. was interesting and entertaining. The fact is easily recognized that the Dramatic Club was composed of many versatile members. Ellie Erzunztttr Glluh 'IDI' Row: M. liloersch, R. liinnigan. P. Marchetti. I.. Garrity, G. Reel. D. Purnell, D. Grace Sl-COND ROW: Il. l.awlor. V. Hack, I. Downs, l,. Noller, M. C. Ryan. lf. Gorman. R. Ronnau, lf. Breitenstein. 'l'llIRIb Row: M. Smith. E. Dale, lf. Metty. G, lieighney, M. Donnely. li. lVlilel1am, XV. Supple. l'n5.:e 16 --"M:--Q . ,Cb-T life' ',:-we-13-H-2-as RQ.. I .r x : ex- . J, G -J U L1 Page 4 7 'I - .. -2'?4-f- -'i in-" is --1 .. - M mental guard-the last game with Osage City and victory-glorious defeat- "Eddie" Reel the "sharp shooter"-Lawlor gets hot-Peterson's one-handed swishers-Marchetti's floor burns-the support of the students-a team which became recognized for its spirit and sportsmanship-the trips and the Sabetha Tournament-another and a great season for T. C. H. S. completed-memories, and happy ones! P. M. THE SCHEDULE Vv'ashburn High .,.....,. . .,,.,... l7 T. C. H. S. .,.. ...... l 5 Country Day School . ...... IZ T. C. H. S. ,... ......2O T. C. H. S. Alumni .,.., ...... l 7 T. C. H. S. .. .. I8 Highland Park ..,... ... ,,,,.. lZ T. C. H. S. .... . 20 St. lVlary's High ...... ....,. 2 0 T. C. H. S. .... ...... l 6 Seaman ........... ...... 3 0 T. C. H. S. ... ......l2 Osage City ..,.,.... ...... l 4 T. C. H. S. . .... l0 Highland Park ...,.. ...... 8 T. C. H. S. ... ,...,33 Washburn High ...,.. .. .. 14 T. C. H. S. .... . . 10 St. Mary's High .... .,.... 2 3 T, C, H, S. ,,,, H 8 Christian Bros. . .....,. ...... l 7 T. C. H. S. .... ..... . 9 Leavenworth High . U22 T. C. H. S. ll Country Day .. ........... ..Zl T. C. H. S. I8 Leavenworth High . .. I6 T. C. H. S. . I3 Osage City .. . .. ..... IZ T. C. H. S. .. ...I4 Seaman ...... ....... ..... . . Z4 Opponents' Total . . . 279 T, C, H, S, Total H 260 K' 'T f . ti , 1, t gl gr at at .L TOP Row: Coach George Reid, E. Spetter, Captain G. Red, P. Marchetti. SECOND Row: E. Reel, R. Kane. P. Lawlor. C. Quinton, A. Peterson. s-1-4: dj. . l . .J fy" ' . .. . ".'s'A, Fi,-it . - .t"x'Y"r' i' AJXCQWW Ky K i 'Pi . tp HIL i JK A 4 I S 6" l , I 'YZ : . ' egg - T no SJ .... NIH' 5-'E NX ra 'Hn ' 5-iff. f il, . 5 gm: 'ifxgs eu I ,... '4"t 5 I3 C ff 5555. . 2-v-ng' l.'l:'.. Ss gg Jffx " D 5 -vs: VA: S it E Q HE? 2 3555 cv 5' S if img' "1 I -EF 2' 3 ' Us Q 2 o-l- ' CD' 53 I E 5 :eff 2. 5 93 5 gf' F 3 75- Q-3 0 :ff-Q Y v1 Q 0 U-ll ,. 5' na 44' G '-:L-E1 D O I 1.2 2 Q QU- M I DJ U-:R I HIE. 2.5 gg. . fig: Dqq 3 'iff' F32 E F' Q-EFS Qu: :s lf,' Ee? L",-" nw 2 553 'kt -cn O I 7 Q :.,, E5 D :r .P .. ' 'UQ 0 qs., ii", 'v I: - if HYSNN Nfwlifc 'hge 'Xb 3 XNKN. T- IH: 6 ,........ -a -..x Ellie Svernnh Ueant T. C. H. S. is proud of her second string basketball players. They have worked faithfully and the knowledge of basketball which they have gained will form the foundation for good teams in the future. A feature of the squad was the Midget team composed of boys who weighed less than 130 pounds. They proved themselves excellent basketball players by twice defeating the strong Country Day Midgets. one of the best midget teams in the Middle West. With the remaining lettermen from the first squad and with this second team the prospects for next year's basketball team look exceedingly rosy. P. M. THE SCHEDULE Country Day Midgets .. . ...,..,, l0 T C. H S. Midgets Emmett Seconds ...,.. .. .,,. 3 T. C. H S. Seconds Seaman Seconds .,.......... ,... l l T. C. H. S. Seconds Saint Mary's Juniors .... . ,... 13 T. C. H S. Seconds Osage City Seconds ........,. .... 2 l T C. H S. Seconds Highland Park Seconds ,. 9 T. C. H. S. Seconds St. Mary's Juniors , ,.,... ,. 25 T. C. H S. Seconds Leavenworth Seconds ..,... . .. 3 T. C. H S. Seconds Country Day Midgets ,. I5 T. C H. S. Midgets Leavenworth Seconds ,. ,... ll T C. H S. Seconds Osage City Seconds .... .... l l T. C. H S. Seconds Seaman Seconds . ..... .,,.,.. 5 T. C. H. S. Seconds Opponents' Total . ,..,, H9 T. C. H. S. Total .... . l5O tu-.ld ... , ' J Iwi' Y - ' i l . , - TOP ROW: A. Waters, E. Sullivan. Coach George Reid. J. Vetter. J. Marchetti. SECOND Row: F. Foley. L. Clark, F. Vlest, A. Lorden. F. Kroll. Landon. Page 49 5 "1-4' -Ft' 'H tiff H b J xi bb, W ig In 1 II1 ,i gm Q: "Wilt Ala l ll fl illlftff gl l ti? C1755 Q, "ta Q il 'Seo-,O ' 2 F ' :E Q: 3f?.'li'li r ll tl: T, rll ' rgnggjglitl XXX - - - "'f" ' T42-Q - ct R- --'Qt-wife Q fl --.Q-:1.'5ffY'fa J. -511- 3,.9.1'+f'2- 'A W' ' if: 1 1. 2 -J Sf ' ew..-ef .xl , 21 illnnthttll if 4' . af, K, "--4 rf' O . ,.,-N-sq ""'--1 0 9 V 1 la ir Captain "Pete" Coach Reid Our "Wildcats" true to their pugilistic name fought through many disheart- ening games with courageous spirit, They were victorious in only one game. that with Osage, because of the experience of the opposing teams. l FIRST Row: J. Gibbons. II. Mileham. G. Reel. I. Cavanaugh. lj. Marchetti. Coach Reid. F. West. SIQKTONIJ Row: J. Heptig. J. Heplig. P. Lawlor, E, Sullivan. XV. Townsend. Spetter. THIRD Row: M. Healy, W. Supple. lf. Kroll. R. Kane. J. Tally. D. Grace. R. Jones. NV. Oswald. C. Cooney not in picture. Page 50 "f4'c igffqigf fifgr c g J U L, J - mmx A 1 'fm' 'N ...F ,5, i'i'i" 'f F'- Q,T:-- AE: -Q-T-Q.-... ,fpti i S 'Ns ii-i oz-D W 1.7: Z- - 'H 5 a 4'zv prev. ' e.c.F--- ln' ' . ' v ln 4' Q G o o 9 T 5 ,I he litlgrtma Lingus 5 3 September 1 5 03 8. Enrollment. . ,' 15. Two week's vacation, because of threatened epidemic, begins. 26. "Father Mac" returns. 1 29. Introducing Coach Reid. October i .Q Q 10. First football game. 20. Senior class election. "Shamrock" staff chosen. November 5. Ouarterlies. Need more be said? 1 1. Ouill and Scroll contest. ' 13. The Juniors present "The Va1iant" and "The Kleptomaniacf' 19. Debate with Topeka High. December 5. Debate tournament at Emporia. 10. Our old faithful-Emporia Exams. l 2. Debate tournament at Lawrence. 19. Christmas vacation begins. No more school until next year. January 16. Senior card party followed by the usual dishwashing. 20. Play cast selected. 22. The Virgil students begin scansion. February 10. Marquette-Aggie debate. 22. Washington's birthday-a would-be holiday on Sunday. 25. Troy falls. March 3. T. C. H. S. debate team wins second at Haskell tournament. 4. Senior Scholarship Contest. 17. The much discussed "The Whole Town's Talking." 18. Pittsburg Scholarship Contest. 26. Peter Marchetti wins local oratorical contest. May 1. Triduum begins. 2. Emporia Scholarship Contest. 5. Dioceason exams. 22. Chicago Scholarship Contest. June 8. High mass for Seniors. Breakfast at Jayhawk. Commencement. 'T TTT 'T Page 5 1 5' ,.1"-- ' 1 '- U, 'F c-5.-43----. .N 1: J' :fJ x J - ,- ,. if -. f-- e 5 Af f- 4' N.. ' ' M' Purse." not to Henry Bokin Brake, as did Chaucer, but to the Knights of Co- lumbus. The response was overwhelming. T. C. H. S. extends grateful thanks to the Knights of Columbus for their never ending fidelity and good will. But one Word more remains before "we leave half told" our tale. and the appreciation that we feel toward our advertisers who have had faith enough in us to take space in our Annual--to each we extend a sincere, Thank You. We also ex- press our gratitude to: Right Reverend Monsignor Mclnerney Mr. J. Malone The Revenend M. C. O'l.eary The Rosina Club The Reverend W. Boland Saint Patricks Circle The Reverend G. Towle The Assumption Aid Society The Reverend C. O'Neil The Spalding Club The Knights of Columbus Mrs. li. C. Noller Mrs A. C. Bourden Mr. J. Vvlall Mr. lx Durein Mr. G. Metzger Ellie lgittaliurg Cbrnup This group entered the Pittsburg Scholarship Meet held at Pittsburg. Kansas. April 18. TOP Row: l.. Noller. M. Healy. P. Marchetti, D. Purnell. SECOND Row: J. Gibbons. H. Renteria. l.. Apodoca. C. Brouyette. P14510 52 Michael. Peter. Hermilnda. and Charles placed in the contest. IN ....-1-4-Ae I Q, 3-.ff e e 'J LJ 'J -J .P , i .-a-sfssfsssw -'Qi . -.. fl 4, N :L -I 'M . ' i' l ES'-5: V . rgiiieg -, T7 3 2','g':,' wlvkslill 1 USGS- X if TFAWTW 352 ' -fi. 25022 ' lie 3-wr:-.N 'tb mg,-, Mull-0. f-+,.,:s4 X ,'.,. nsf: 3 'Liv--I Of-vH"' ft 5.0 EO Q'::-fm mm F5 .1 55:3 59 Q IA 2:22 3 C3 ' -I- ra O-Fi. I deaf 5' cy ggoa -B N355 'EQ CD 23321 vu Cm Snag 22. age... as FD- aifitfff 'Q O L :rl H' . 2531333 3 F7 of"7I 32.35 .. "'v:-M .1 275,391 ii? ' ?v"':9'EA gh., :rw-, A I gang-U3 Q i mmm -97' 9265 Wiatr. O I i Ee- eu l. Queeg 1 il Oc.: I' 1' ' Cn , . 2'35'g. ff. C I i K 4573 "ffl 3 Q. f' 'Mi 'Q - ,gs.,fm.sg::'e'-.fQreE,i f - 3 English IV-Louise Noller, second place. English III-Anna Colvin, first place. Q English II-Eileen Healy, Honorable Mention. 3 English I-Ruth Parry. second place: Dorothy Sheahan. fifth place. Q Latin IV-Margaret Smith. first place: Phillip l.awlor. third place. A Latin III-Anna Colvin. first place: John Haynes. third place. Latin II-Lucille Vetter. second place. Latin l-Betty Kelly. first place. ' Spanish I-Edward Rangle. third place. Spelling II-Anna Nelson, first place. N General Science-Fred Kreipc, first place: Jack Cull. first place. Plane Geometry-Lucille Vetter. third place. J Ancient History-Ruth Parry. third place: Jerome Marchetti, fifth place. Physics-HMary Catherine Ryan, Honorable Mention. THE SCHOLARSHIP TEAM Tow Row: C. Cooney, J. Gibbons. F. Foley. L. Mulloy, C. Brouyette. F. Fritton. R. Jones. SHTOND Row: M. Hunt. M. C. Ryan, R. Kane, P. Lawlor, P. Marchetti. J. Marchetti, F. Purnell. M. Connoughton, R. Harkins. B. Kelley. THIRD ROW: J. Cull. L. Noller. M. Smith. H. Renturia, L. Hoeland. N. Beck, H. Stader, F. Breitenstein. A. Morrissy, F. Kteipe. lfOUR1ll Row: J. Haynes. E. Healy. VJ. Prewett, M. Mclntyre. A. Colvin. L. Vetter. A. Nelson. R. Parry. D. Sheahan. J. Gomez. Pane 53 ffa-4' :ei-".,7'?"f Sail,-'fftji' off f a te ': 'in--A.m?"""ii555i13yIj't 'F 'Q at 'ft' lie i f 5 fl ny. 1. L H 8 5- friigi A' - H M 3' E gg, M . E. Q .I et ...W at fd 4:7 t. D Cn pg Ibhl. ji Q R4 'a ig- cn 5 o " -Q uf 9-5 ca V. 5 -lyk. 2' Q ll? .-. ' l EWU 1 fl Z an , 0- f ip' 2 -'Q' 51 ral -1 if 5 5 'bf 54 5 8 O ' yt fe ge, un Q - 2 m 5 5. J 'J' O 3 -B ty Q 2 9. t . "L 'f' 3 5. ? Tabla, ig -'3 :T 4 zu' lift 'JJ L - N , 5 3 .fs 3 2' J',-QQJJ if-I ' 1 iff! t - .gmnxfvonef 13, - . l Uhr Englinh Gram Ilw Unglixh 'llxxm placvd first in thc Stalc in lhc Mccl. 'l'lJu H1L'I11lWCl'9' In Hualxx ,X Cfwlxm l . Nullvr. U, Shk',lh.ll1. E112 Smvlliug Eeam c Spclling 'IAYJI11 plnccd second in the Sul: in thc Mcul. The nmmbcrwz A, Nrlwn Hrvlicnslcin. H SlALiCl'. M. Mclnlyrv, lu: 51 F5112 Shrine Cac? Q .. 1 E 1 13 ii: 3 'D JJ C- 1 1 B2-GZE ff, "And ere we depart hence, we counsel that we make of your kind assistance one perfect joy evermoref' Page 55 -A . AVqi1!4-ri 'UQ C' 5 i5'T-7-eeaggfi ' -sf 1. 0.3 LQ - .1.n..e e -6- I, 'ay . ' Q 4,5 -- R ' il POC k 9' 0'-F " . ,lla . 1 . 5 5 5 5, .4 5 -gr -, Q-A 5 9 L' 3 J ,A-... -i-'gfw QW? " f 'uf 41 - '-1 2 9 - " -" ' f A G -"iff If-Y fi in INLET, E 'I I C 'Q 1115. .MS A fV',,fgfL3, '- X317 - wg cr m, J .mu -5 wt .'1lHIIimwp":15,.3,1' Q ' 5 65 :E :iwK"'.L' ' A? 'W' ,ex I . I NEW COLLEGE BUILDING SAINT MARY COLLEGE LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS Senior Course Open To Students, September, 1931 Write for Catalog R'PLEY'S PELLETIEIXS A Reliable Firm A Good LAUNDERS . St DRY CLEANERS ore HATTERS in A Good Topeka, Kansas . Clty Phone 7791 P fl 56 L Q--ff-of-A357 - 261 a-we--M 'FM ,.-.5 -,,.,, .. on - - 'TP itz: . f " T 'IT Q -:Q--- 'M I - ' T-ix -7- ' Q ' OX . -- me in -' G. I-L. wi - 5,193 Q'-s ,- Ex , , J' - , , - 5bn153vocl3 f ig .. .I - 5 5 5 Compliments of 4' . . Q Q Sandwich Fountaln J. J. HOLLAWAY . A Delicious Toasted Sandwiches Manager Fgunfain Lunch Metropolitan Life 9 Insurance 3 Building and Loan Associations Have Helped Americans Save for One Hundred Years. Will Your Life Plans Include This Form of Saving. lt Will Start You to Independence. CAPITOL BUILDING Sz LOAN ASS'N Topeka, Kansas Compliments of HUYCKE LUMBER COMPANY Paul l-luycke George I-luycke LET US DO YOUR KODAK WORK D0 YOU KNOW? We Have Gold and Silver Rosaries, Statutes, Crucifixes, Prayer Books, Bibles ZERCHER BOOK AND STATIONERY CO -'1-+5 Ll "- - so 'i:12L', " -1 's-iiQ"f'5"'- Q Q - Q so 1 -gf,f,gf-fzf-QW B' ' 1 L 14-1 a,,:,?21 - bngyroc if . I 9? if 1 .4 . , gg 2 St. Benedlct s College 5 H 45 . at " Atchlson, Kans. Fully Accordance Boarding School for Young Men , Information Gladly Given By THE REVEREND DEAN Lunfgh Watches-Glasses Fitted-Diamonds l E. A. Sherburne ' JOHN A. DAVIS Plenty to Eat Jeweler 8: Optometrist Phone 2-0186 603 Kansas Ave. Come and Get It Compliments of BOSINA BRIDGE CLUB The Farmers and Bankers C E Wardin Sl Sons Life Insurance Company Jewelers Since 1883 0. A. High School Rings and Pins Phone 2-8594 'U' and Kansas Avenue 422 New England Building ge 58 C QQ:-'lg' ---- . J. 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Cliddiej DANA RUDD-DANA MOTOR SERVICE Phone 2-7344 We Invite Inspection 520 Harrison St. Topeka, Kansas Hargreaves 81 Company Brick Coal Cement Telephone 7756 Yards 1820 Topeka Ave. GET THE FOX HABIT FOR SELECTED ENTERTAINMENT AT ANY FOX TOPEKA THEATER Q' 1-45 P11-1 L, , I -s 9 W .1 :Til gfiff fi - "i:'..D S+ SEQ Xfaies S f - - S,-Q fa . ei? 23 if MATT BRENNAN FUNERAL HOME D Original BRENNAN SERVICE AT ALL TIMES Sixth St. at Taylor Phone 5947 YQUR BUSINESS PARTNER When you open an account with "The Central Banks" you acquire a business partner-an associates with a thorough knowledge of local problems and conditions, such a contract is one worth while. The CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK and The CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY Topeka Kansas 1' Y Y N304 -gn-.xxx - N I, QQ, 'TI - , ...H -QZ7'::.'i2-T-K S n me as 5' UHF' ' 7 Q Maytag Washers Philco Radios 43' 9 FINE EURNITURE '9 0 I Draperies Convenient 3 Rugs 71 Home Owned Stone' Terms NEHI-On the Tip l of every tongue Cascade Ginger Ale Flagstaff Special NEHI BOTTLING CO. 1016-18 N. Kansas Ave. Phone 3-1412 W. F. SHEAHAN Telephone 2-0426 Plumbing-Power Plants- Heating C. B. RUDD E. G. Cliddiej DANA RUDD-DANA MOTOR SERVICE Phone 2-7344 We Invite Inspection 520 Harrison St. Topeka, Kansas Hargreaves Sz Company Brick Coal Cement Telephone 7756 Yards 1820 Topeka Ave. GET THE FOX HABIT FOR SELECTED ENTERTAINMENT AT ANY FOX TOPEKA THEATER IN ..... ... -....':TT.lTgQn. fd 31 'j , 9 N 0 0:2 IL .. ,-4 ' - I ' 3-HA? Q. a s g 150C f -,me - to ef- N ' ff' 2 .4 2 5 40 Years of Satisfactory Service 5 This great store has always tried to supply its customers with de- 5 , pendable merchandise at moderate prices. 0 Q Wie Palace Clothing Co. Arthur AGuettel,Pn'x Q 709-711 Kansas Avenue I Knoll Battery Supply Co. 514 Jackson St. Knoll Stromberg Batteries Carbureators FLAD-MARSH Nfeiiimgg' Women's Clothes and Millinery At 6'Fair Prices" CO' Furniture Rugs Draperies 607 Kansas Ave. Topeka 716 Kansas Avenue 9983-Phones-8044 Topeka, Kansas T- C- H- S- Graduates Are You one of our Satisfied Milk Attend the Customers? . . . Our Milk Route Covers the Entire City Capltal Clty C0llllIlel'Cl3l Special Attention, given to Ice Cream Just across the street from your r ers We teach Gregg Shorthand and teach it well A More Select School for More Particular People MILK AND ICE CREAM CO. 1312 Huntoon Phone 2-3811 Tom Grace, Prop. Page 60 --C L'f,'f - 4 'FFT fi" ielni si' 4 as fm- -. .--4 -tv-rx... 'S' isxqs fi . QEQ 'Keg Vs Il - , it I, ' . :Xa Ja.-.2 ---0 - J - 5 - . ' ' 'I' Q ., f Sljilljjlitblilj " E354-1' a , U? .2 ff' 4 Z' 2 Say It With Flowers E Q Fm DR. G. A. WEMPE Q 'C SACHS FLORIST "em ' Veale Bldg. 909 Kansas Ave. Q Telephone 6014 Topeka, Kansas ' SAGE GROCERY CO. ' The White House Market Fresh and Salt Meats Fish and Oysters in Season 423 Kansas Avenue Phone 6503 Fancy Groceries and Meats 300 Kansas 1100 Kansas 2-6927 5658 9th and Quincy 1033 Kansas 17th and Strong 6th and Golden 26316 Prompt Service Free Delivery Graduates From the T. C. H. S. Are Invited to Visit Our Commercial Departments Mlm After leaving T. C. H. S. a thorough commercial course will be your stepping stone to a successful career TOPEKA BUSINESS COLLEGE M. H. Strickler, Pres. S. J. Shook, Bus. Mgr. Phones 8382-9497 1 07-I 09-1 1 1 -1 1 3-l 1 5-1 1 7 East Eighth Avenue 1--Q' .-rf Page 61 'WST 'T' haul r E-, i thy- S S A 77. Fx -Trl?--H .Z 4? ti MATT BRENNAN FUNERAL HOME .9 ' 2 Original 9 RRENNAN SERVICE AT ALL TIMES ' Sixth St. at Taylor Phone 5947 YOUR BUSINESS PARTNER When you open an account with "The Central Banks" you acquire a business partner-an associates with a thor gh knowledge of local problems and conditions, ch a contract is one worth while. Tl1e CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK and The CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY Topeka Kansas Page 62 ff-'5 :T:v31-f-- Q, f-'r - - C:-,-1--, K ' ' ' 1. -N -- r -'TT '. T11 - 'TFJ' " 9'-' - '- C' 'E 'intm--3 is - .-- 1.W i1?5 -'f..,f3,.,-if Q Q NTP' f-New 0 -e 1.1- - -4,22 '11 f. - . C T, .. ' UQPOC Q I' L, ' 9 ' Lf 4 . .21 2 :Qi "You really enjoy meals at the Pen- 2,7 nant. Forty trained employees, each one Sayler Prgdugg CQ. I J skilled in his particular work are here 9 Q to see 'haf you do' Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables 9 ' 600 N. Kansas Ave. 5 11f13T"iifIv'if"IZ iiifiiiw. Phone 8526 Com liments of P I MINER BATTERY SERVICE 1020-22 No. Kansas Av Phone 2-1024 C. Kansas Book Co. Wfholesale Only 929 Quincy Street H. M. Ives 81 Sons PRINTERS Phone 2-1521 415 Kansas Ave. o AIIIIG - 076706 C2 Excellent Work at Reasonable Prices T opeka's Best 900 West 6th Phone 2-2711 Packing the Customers Dollar Full of Value and Satisfaction J. C. PENNY CO. 529 Kansas Ave. Topeka Compliments of F. W. DUREIN P 63 J :-gwxwuxigf-Q in 2' 'i"':33 I3 J. E. McFARLAND Drug CO. Peebler's Funeral Home Four Rexall Stores 1035 No. Kansas Ave. No 1 N0 2 Telephone 4088 835 liansas 907 N. .Kansas No. 3 No' 4 Ambulance 606 Kansas 10th 8: Topeka Wm. Bass M. E. Linton Rock Island Grocery J. A. BIRMINGHAM 600 West First Phone 2-2345 BASS 8: LINTON Plumbing and Heating Phone 6829 Compliments of "Your Warmest Friend" ALBERT SILK COAL COMPANY Phone 2-0297 WILLIAM P. SUPPLE The Monument Man 605 East Tenth Phone 6701 SCOTT BROS. ICE CREAM CO. Milk, Cream, and Ice Cream Special Rates for Churches and Parties Phone 6622 The Fleming Wilson Mercantile Co. Wholesale Fruit and Grocery Distributors 1 16-1 1 8-1 20 Kansas Ave. Phone 7761 F P ge64 e0'1f'l' - Z3 i"H'3""-' Q 'M Wmll .NW 2 RIM. C5 o L-f, 0 'A . ,424 rii ' 351.11 E am RANK? NN EFL 3 5 ---C , i Q ' n" - 1 , T 4 A.. v I , ' ,i -- 'J ' H - - Q -ii-Qi: ., . '1 .f M... Q - ++.. ,L ' ' 'P'- .-A 45 . . u l , ,.f Sbngyrocb -Fife? ' Compliments of LADIES' AID SOCIETY The Evening Newspaper of Kansas THE TOPEKA STATE JOURNAL The Paper Where You Read Today,s News Today F ll Leased Associated Press OUR BRANDS TOPEKA FAVORITE BRANDS ANNA DALE Jo.ANDY Quality at Reasonable Prices For Sale By Topeka Merchants THE TOPEKA WHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY e"fwsze1w1'e':' v",' ' ,J . 5 K , -- AJ i-6 R f d Shamrock Sf . Aw , ' J s , .g. A , 'E I v ' Q f Y. -'- li 1 ' gh , ,'C A ' , ,.-Q .' '-'R-H " - ,rf L " F Q ' I , H"""' -.V-N '-fq 'T v1.' 't-5 . 'C' : 7 V if-4.1 -,.' ' ' ' , X K . - 2 0 4. ' - -' , ' - " ' 1 V .ii- -P , ' "rf ' : lo.- . J 5- o. V i w , . - - D... ' J: 2. . A I 3. ' .aa .X . ' s , - ' 1 I T- UN-XNKKX UQI N . l , , f 1 , I 1 . '. + Q U' ' ' ' 1 . ' X GO' W' SUTHERIN SHAW 81 WARREN Quality Groceries and Meats A H . Plumbing, Heating Q - and Ventilating We Appreciate Your Business Phone 26320 Office u Phone 5306 Res. Dm' 23089 Topeka, Kangas E88t Eighth Street F. S. Luenberger H. L. Kloeper F. L b , J . THE PARISIAN ' u 915 Kansas Ave. A Shop for Grocery and Meat Market The Smart Young School Girl A Good Place To Buy Phone 7733 508 W. 10th St. THE RED 8: WHITE STORES Home Owned "Quality Always Higher Than Cost" Stores Located at 1517 E. 6th St., 17th 8z Clay, 2013 West 6th, and Silver Lake LAFFERTY FURNITURE COMPANY 315-17 Kansas Ave. The Biggest Used Furniture Store In the City We Buy, Sell, Trade, and Exchange Compliments of FRITTON GROCERY COMPANY , -F L .r x T fu' .1 ' ' V Es' i.f..qz..L' 2? r f" . :g if - 14- e A 1- Q SEQ ., Sbmyyfocb , u Z BUTTER-KRUST BREAD g 5 Double Rich Z gg ALEXANDER BROS. BAKING CO. Q D Lower Prices and Finer Quality Are the Big Reasons Why lt Will . Pay You To Leave Your Kodak Pictures Here To Be Finished CHAS. STEPP Phone 2-6741 710 Kansas fUpstairsl Free Delivery Phones 7144-9965 Prescription Specialists T. V. CAMPBELL Drugs and Beauty Balcony 909 Kansas Avenue L Topeka, Kansas Service Quality Responsibility A. TUCKER ELEC. CO. 619 Jackson Greetings to 'GTHE SHAMROCKH The Spalding Club Compliments of Saint Patrick's Circle Little Flower Circle Number 503 Daughters of Isabella J' , 1' 1 'Hoover 99h armacy Telephones: 2-1039 and 9962 Topeka, Kansas P G7 , .fur ,lk N ,. . ,Q 'Z F 32 F Q ' ' bng3roct5 3 3 1 Ihr Inpvka 9 Eailg Glzmital . Is the newspaper of Kansas Reaches Practically Every Home in Topeka- Inside 5 miles-One home in every Four First in news-First in reader's confi- dence1 First in influence Read all the news all the time while it is news thru the columns of the Topeka Daily Capital -3 -V ' 1l...., fb- ---A FL5-c."".-f- 1 C"t:-+-R- K r:-'-' , 'l I . sl 4 N-Q' I TT F 5-5 54:2 ., 1 :W-.ff f - 9 e 2 ' ,M '- 0' 14 ' axxiu KN. E' 1 W. E. GLOVER Architect 301 National Reserve Topeka Kansas ROBERT B. KANE Fire Insurance Real Estate Surety Bonds Automobile Insurance Burglary Insurance Phone 7444 735 Kansas Ave. Quality Footwear for Less W. E. Nothing Over 54.98 Owner and Manager 6!7!f4'lIllf Phone 6314 525 Ka x affzli Ji .Q Aj Ly, j JORDAN ELECTRIC CO. Q I nsas Ave. 118 W Eighth St. Topeka, Kansas shoes for the Family EARL JONES FOOD STORES Topeka Owned 4 Delightful Stores 218 W 6th, 512 W 10th, 412 W 6th, 311 W 14th, Topeka, Kansas The Liberty Life Insurance Co. Charles A. Moore, President National Bank of Topeka Topeka, Kansas EHRLICH For TIRES 8: BATTERIES "Don't Cuss-Call Us" Phone 4747 210 W 6th Street 815 Kansas Avenue Specializing in Women's Ready-to-Wear Coats, Suits, Dresses Panze 69 T? .4 N325- KKK HX -A-Y frw- K J'f"?"i:7,f' -T-... Sbnlgyvoclg f 2 A 0 1 9 Compliments of CAPPER ENGRAVI NG CQ D Esnc N ER sd5xuuvQ,3?.5r5Nor2AvERS o . 14 TOPEKAK KANSAS CAPPER PRINTING CO. C mmercial Printing Society Printing C t logs and Publications Quality Printers for Over a Quarter of a Century 117 W. 8th St Topeka, Kansas Pllle 70 'HW 'INTWV' l I in A .f.g1j'.a5',f'i751?f..fS --W- feoo SEQ ' .5 Sbnggrocb e.. CRANE 8: COMPANY Store, 812 Kansas Ave. Stationery, Officer Supplies School Supplies PAYNE'S SHOES DOG 81 CAT HOSPITAL General and Isolation Wards Ambulance 8: X-ray Equipment Lady Attendants Phone 6819 1128 Kansas Ave. Fourth Avenue Grocery and are Meat Market Good Shooo DEVLIN BROTHERS Quality Cleanliness Prompt Delivery Service ghd? Jzoeffore Phone 7803 312 East 4th INTERNTIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF AMERICA Q lncorporatedl General Offices: Chicago, U. S. A. McCormick-Deering Farm Operating International Motor Trucks 109-113 North Kansas Ave. Phone 8521 Christopher's Studio J' B' wg'E?JIJ3ENIQUMBER 623 Kansas Ave. , The Largest and Best Equipped Topeka Lumber Yard ln Topeka 715-725 East Fourth Page 71 vw vzoooow 9 'I 9 The Capital Gas and Electric Company 200 West Sixth Street Telephone 6435 Hardware Stoves BREITENSTEIN HARDWARE co. 825 N. Kansas Avenue Tinware Phone 4562 WHERE ECONOMY RULES THE GREAT A 81 P TEA CO. 820 No. Kansas Ave. Topeka, Kansas 6' Qc, S 'E A 8 S E 5 f X' Page 72 """""'.L"i:ff A Q rf- 4 :-pmx,xA.vCfg'S'3!?P 1 flu: + x' fl! A fx EXW. - ILJCGFIJ F1 v-5 Q U, xg 2 953-we 10 1 H 'bm-9' 2 O as S2 5,3- U2 . Agfa If ,"f. ,Wg gif II 3: ,C6+jjU,! I 'QA I I . v -S-as - .pvatamaaft :kr 'P' T1 mg- 'flea if ' piss L qwff . A 3 h 1 .' T' ? M 1 , n :ff Z f' C 1' f 'O' Ki omp lments o At DR. LOUIS M. FLEISCH SHQE CQ, Dentist Exclusive Designed Good 9 Footwear for Women 3 727 Kansas Ave. Phone 2-3838 812 Kansas Avenue ft' .pnxxmnxmss H F CD 5 P1 "5 CD B ig F9 'S Q CD U' K4 C2 F ' if "The Store of Dependable Merchandisei' Topeka Kansas lt ls Our Very Earnest Wish That This Store May Help You In the Important Problem of Purchasing Youthful Apparel and Smart Accessories Right in Style! Right in Price! Ar? TOPEKA. KAN.. AS Compliments of The Jordan Baking Company Jordan Cake Bakery-Bread Bakery Telephone 2-8135 or 5614 "'L"+5-Qq:-1-T3 'wifi . ,7?' 75. P I Q ISIC .L fggs- S-:SS 0 qi 'inf I ' ' f'i1V'E . -TL - A humocb eq' . . L, ' 5 ' 9,7471 Q fi" .gp gf 4 3 Z' fy The Guaranty State Bank 'S ga' 435 Kansas Avenue Topeka, Kansas 5 . Capital 550,000.00 Eugplus awl lgilzildividedi grglfits Over 865,000.00 . ,- ana a - N. A. Turner, President long e II. H. Turnet, Cashier S. V. Firestone, Vice Pres. C. W. Pratt, Asst. Cashier The Gillespie Glass and Paint Co. Q Phone 2-1649 623 Jackson Street Topeka, Kansas Hy-Grade Food Co. I 0 Corp. Topeka CHAS. our PAc no Oo. All ALLIED PACKERS Hal THE BECK-BAER COMPANY Successor to Johnson 8: Beck Plumbing and Heating Contractors 722 Jackson Street Our Saving Bonds Will Offer a Great Opportunity for You to Prepare for Your Future Education. Ask for Particulars THE MANSFIELD FINANCE CORPORATION 216 West 7th St. Topeka, Kansas REMINGTON RAND BUSINESS SERVICE, Inc. 116 East 7th St. Phone 9559 Remington Standard, Noiseless and Portable Typewriters and Accounting Machines Rand Kardex Visible System. Library Bureau Filing and Card Equipment Dalton Adding and Bookkeeping Machines, Kalamazoo Loose Leaf Devises and Accounting Systems. Powers Punched Card Accounting Equipment Baker-Vawter Loose Leaf Systems. Safe Cabinet Record Protecting Equipment Line-A-Time A. BEVERLY, District Manager A Machine for Every Purpose A Machine for Every Office Supplies for All Makes and Types of Office Equipment and Machines PzeB0 z f A- ,...,. .mm ,,,, -'-TH' , ,,, ,-.----, - -M . .. -f-+7 n-- , ,D- ' sfk .4 va" ... - ,. p, s - "1 ,H , - "' . 'Lf mm ,. 'SK N QE -as ii- ?,,ffa2w SEQ ' .ff Shamrock' We Extend Our Congratulations to THE SHAMROCK Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus Always Assist QGTHE SHAMROCIC' WHAT DO YOU MEAN, DUMB ANIMALS? The Dog says, "I have plenty of bones, I'll just bury a few for a rainy day." The Bear says, "I've been storing up fat all summer, now I can live on the interest and take it easy all winter." The Camel says, "I am not afraid of the long trip across the desertg I prepared myself at the oasis." The Bee says, "Now is the time to put away honey, I'll need it when the flowers are gone." Efhe Squirrel says, "I may be a squirrel, but I know enough to look out for the uture." The Young Man says, "What do I care about tomorrow, I'm flush today." Teach Your S To I-Iave More Cents. The Peoria Life Will Help You. PEORIA LIFE INSURANCE CO. W. H. Luellen, State Mgr., 620 New England Bldg., Topeka, Kansas Compliments of HOLY NAME SOCIETY Holy Name Church .Q-4' 3--3-Q IN ,ei TMR"-A35 - ...max I as Ei SEQ 'iff es1ig1,1, A - Q . is t , . I- -f wyiesffs- -ff i Um b ' '- 'ff' lg 5 5 Paul Cooney Don P. Pierce Dorothy M. Horn f' I 39 5' 9 PIERCE 81 COMPANY -9 General Insurance Fire: Casualty: Life I 113 West 6th St. Phone 3-1307 Q I Robertson-Shirley Lumber Co. LUMBER 81 MILLWORK u 340 East 15th St. Phone, 28231 CARDIN BROS. SERVICE STATION Gasoline and Motor Oil, Washing, Greasing-Wax Polishing , Tires and Batteries Repaired Recharged 5th Q Quincy Phone 9926 JAX K . . 'ixfn fsff 5 PICKWICK Motor Cars and Trucks Travel Greyhound Always Good , Never Better By B115 Lines More for the Money Scenic Imes Automobile Co. Topeka, Kansas Hlghways of Dodge Dealers Since 1914 America Van Buren at Seventh St. PaRe82 ---1-+'-Q:-Q" his-A 6 . .r 'L 'T '-M' -Mrffsl' is , f ff 1 - C .f .gf - - ...Q 7 C"' xr! --- - -- -i 5 11.15,-gl ' M .-its X, , - ,-f-QrE,2.-j- Q Q fx' ,iifigl 6 ' A. 1 -4 I rj '. Z? 1' ' Ld x -Tj I 1.5-r vw -if - .Pr-X' 'D' . Q ,W 'A ..-.- N' I V . gf? 'J' ' A . '25 A Food Store 2 15 Lundgren 8a Carlson Phone Us for ,gods 2 Q W D l' the oo s -' General Contraclgrs We Ari Nlimnlilz-rther from You ' Than You're Telephone ' e Phone 5248 513 Jackson l2g?JNEaia?I1?:fE q Established 1868 Phone 4191 9 H. J. HUSTER Groceries and Meats I Phone 26770 1035 Clay St. THREE ANTISEPTIC BARBER SHOP For The Whole Family 634 Kansas Ave., CUnder Wardin'sJ Phone 24520 728 Kansas Ave. CFirst Door South of Cremeriej Phone 24561 509 W. 10th Ave. CThe Coronadoj C. B. Hypes, Mgr. Joe Overbey, Asst. Mgr. TOPEKA RECREATION COMPANY A Fine Place To Play for ' Ladies and Gentlemen Bowling Billiards Compliments of A FRIEND The Saint Francis Hospital Training School for Nurses 11-+5 LJ 'J ' '-.:- x i i Sbnigiiocbi 'MM'-as Compliments of August, David J., Clothing Store Breitenstein Pump and Tian Shop Dibhle's Grocery Co. Evans Rapid Shoe Repair Edith Mathewson Flower Shop Griggs-White Men's Furnishings Ideal Lunch Klein-Hillmer Leather Goods Little Picture Shop Melchoir, Grocery Co. Morris Hanley Grocery Quinton-Duffens Optical Co. Shrake Electric Co. Rooney Hayes Bottling Co. Jenkins Music Store Rice Grocery Co. Mr. James Wall . 'fy 2 is gig ' . -..- . -. . L' 'g".v'aJ I -TW... "'-+:'j1'f' - ',,w,-J, ' 3 . -r M I . 'gg 1:- ,1 i2J?fHx..iJ:i55xL ,iIlv I , ,f..l..1 . iE :.5q!?5 1 h wr .nk wg -r 1 3- LW 1-L . -, ,M ,,. ., - Y M- 1 v ...V ,I ,. - vp, .5 Q if L Jd.i-J. .. I -,-., .gf IQ .' " Y 2 .,., . 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