Argentine High School - Mustang Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)

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W ,Mfr , H ,M A-, M W 1 l M' Q Agp , iv" L11 il 'Hgg:""i1j rr"-rfiggfffil Msg- --W fee a, 1 felUgyTqg1,:, f' V Q25 I - e ffm NED' i f Rx 'N W aff- .Q I KYB Jia at se ' A Svhamnre Blvgenh -iii' A . if l 2 M! , f 'm K 1 2 9 4 ff . pf fx fifif ytnffff 1, ff agf' f, -' f ,bfi K x Z After 'the' great flood, an Indian X j' woman l1ved in a valley, with a hill f a N5 3 f K intervening between her and her white N A L brother, over which she could see the W ,fa f I NRE f A I smoke rise from the white man's wig' ffm, ' p ,X wam. When the sense of loneliness X7 14 I came over her, she, began to weep ' ,Q I bitterly. A heavenly messenger ap' Wi pearedhand Iaskgi her gvhyc She told ? W! 2 ix y 1m t at t e reat p1r1t had left fy -Z 6 4 her white brother his family, but she Z was alone. T Z A I, A' "Remember how the first man was 7' S up made," said the visitor, and then left. , 5 ,X From this, she' knew that a new X! 7 L X creation was meant, so, she made small ' R' Q l ima es from the earth as the Great 1 A . .- y . f Y ' 'f 1 Spirit had made the first man, but Xa E 14 . : 2 a, when she saw that they had no life P -X - she again wept. A second time her W MW messenger appeared and inquired the -D f Qgxv W1 cause of her grief. v d K , K "Remember," he said, "how the 1?2? wffsl' Great S irit did when the first man ACU' Wh P , f R I 11 l ""'ffW" N fax 1 6 was made. At once, she understood, ' f f I , gi l 951l and breathed into their nostrils and 'f""f li , vyfv A 4 . -srl l l they all became alive. ruff, A' , N l A! 'T This was the beginning of the red S ll I ,I FX li ' men, according to the Shawnees. i ., H fp, 'lifgig I 11gf-.ffifirl-45 .!,,wgq,i' L.:..., g , It Lis fabled that in a cavern near White Feather Spring are the skeletons of a dead: Indian tribe and gold and silver beyond realization, but the treasure is not to be had by white men until they can learn to use it in the right way. .isa E c aa as Ewan-mm :Z T- 75223 ,mflg , .JANE- i pf N N 1 ,W L L: nf. I. 1 f I, l ff I X, ,.fiJi , , fe .7 f I 401 if Z X I F 1 lyk- K 4 Z Erhirminn , Un Ihr Hinnrrrn nf' Argrn' Iinr mhn haur umtrhrh Ihr hrnrlnpmrnt nf Ihia rnmmunitg frnm Ihr Iimr nf Ihr HrzI hnunrn, Ihr zmrltrr, itnh Ihr running nf Ihr railrnaha. In' Ihr rity nf Ihr prrnrnt with itz hung hum nf umhrrn inhuatrg, Ihr :lawn nf 1525 hrhiraIrn I Ihirz uiulumr. ,f ffflffl ff f ff ,, f iiyiiff- , . EV U4 Eyfedji it 2 x HJ tx I' . I 'X Q45 f " "I, if 's ff ,X -v- ZK XX i Z, 14? . 4, A M I I9 1 a E '1. 1 4 - at 5 . 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Cllrril Smith ' pf X is l Ahurriising Manager. 1Hirinr Jlran I, J ' -40 ff' If K h We is ex fn af 54 1 Q ,fifi K X . X i I I QT' ' We 5 ? ff if K -XX. 2, A ,Q ' I 2 1' .K I KAN U , - Ai!!! - J kj ' ,,. 7275 1- ' ' r i " "4 fi L,,,vzW I I ,f-- x,..,-,jd ff K ' ' 24 Jfylifgg 41 N' ff! 'i -N 4 I -up K I slim' a Riff a!!! if K' v rm Y ,,,..-, f ., - ni i l M Y Y A i H t Y w By the spring of 1856 the people of Kansas were warming up in the fight for state' hood. Eastern Kansas was the scene of seven years of raiding and counterfraiding, in border strife. Much of this took place in the district between Kansas City and Lawrence. 'I gain i i i so igii is 2 , my , W.. , , ,..,a,g,.aM-1fweaa-.,,,,K..ff ,,,, ,L I-Aj -- - 497 f? 6, , ,,,, ,. .Q X l 'Et' A kA,,,,lA . My A 1: t...f .A- w ei 5 s 51, ., lf ..6 t 4. ,,. Ukfjiw' V. 'AH lf' 1 ll llvzl 5 '4 V'l.'4ll ,wffll .Wil ,, tl Q E 111291 l 'J ill: ' tm - 1 l 6' .,, . V V , 11-X211 Gnntenin 1-'fx ' " ' 'B Administration ' A Page 15, 51 Superintendents ..... ---- - --17 J. C, Harmon ......... ------- 1 3 Faculty ........................ ...--. - - 1 9 Argentian Backers ....... ........ 9 9 fig. Y' 2, Athletics W 1 ,r ,,,- 'K Coaches ..... ........ 4 7 1139 Captains ....... ..... A U43 Football ......... ........ 4 9 Basket Ball ..,... ........ 5 3 is 'Track ............. ........ 6 1 pls- "A" Club ..... ...... - -64 Et Classes I i f A Class of 1926 ....... ...... - 25 1 Class of 1927-6 ...... ....... 3 2 Class of 1928 ....... H Ninth Grade' ..... 5, -------35 --.----37 Eighth Grade ..... , 1, A ' Seventh Grad ' 42 -----.-4O 6 e 1 ....... .,.,,,, Clubs ........................ ,,,,,, Q 79 , Dedication ............................. ,,,,,,, 8 rj Department Organizations I l Music ........................,. ,,,,.-, 7 5' All , Publications ...... ,,,,, 71 ii Girls' Athletics Athlttit Club ...... 7 ,.,-,, 66 11 Basket Ball .,.,,, .,,,,,- 6 7 li 1 7 vtuty Ball ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,c 6 8 1' Kodaks ..............,, --7---- 9 '1. Nqr staff .,,..,, ,,,, ---,,.. 9 li Views 6 ' 1 91 6 Picture tof Building ,,,,,.,, --,.--- 1 1 f A School Steps .,,,,,,,,,,,,, ------- 1 2 Q . 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Our sincere tribute we bring, To honor with one thought and voice - -A The high school of our choice. - There is only one we claim, Deserving of the name: A 5 if FI Q I Y Chorus: p 5 l al 2 sl 2, Silt' ?' , 1 ll '4 ilk V, l X J x I LI ' , ,l J 1 5 I z' 1.5 r A I1 S R! 2 1 fi I 2 5 :N Now, you laddies, lassies, listen, ' i I X p It's Argentine, I If Argentine with its colors so true. , , We are thinking of you always, dear Argentine, V: if iArgentine with its Gold and Blue. - - M, It's our pride upon the hillside, ' v X Where we work with will, and win. , x, Now, you laddies, lassies, listen, li A It's Argentine, . , 1 Argentine that can make all things spin. W I i Q Q I ai y ,gi .XX ' 1 Fourteen , Q : y 5 i K V W , N ccsc , ccc' A s ,. ,iii I . 1 'Y . V , I My ,: ,JN s if ff ,y ig . - N. xv :I up L11 K, K, . , 1 " ,ir H 1, .J 'f A' i "V fx, , A -, .A r-"5i,iI M 'gig '51, . , x ,nmxl :Q jx, HE ,N gf 11,3 .N Ai Us Q - - -1-TLV. 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W. w 'T "'-if ,iflilfl 11355 up iiig 1 ii L--Y i miwyl U ' 5i1.' 7 "1'ii' "' 151' "J , I5 'U' Q W f Y' 'Q ,, l ' 1 I Many pioneers came to Kansas by way of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to St. Louis and thengze up the Missouri to the Kansas. The landing point for "interior Kansas" was Wyandofte, where the boats connected with stage lines. ii ii ag, w,,,,, -uw, - A -Liz, .sur time-','.. A. ,, Q-.f ws, .,, 'Ni 1 .ANS ' .. Q' Uhr Smperintvnhrntz nf Srhnuln 1 The Kansas City school system has inf creased from nine grade schools and one high school in 1886, to fiftyfone grade schools, seven high schools and one junior college in 1926. The number of teachers has increased from fiftyfsix to sixfhundredffiftyffour. The average daily attendance at present is: elementary schools, 13,225 g junior high schools 2,8105 senior high schools, 2,2513 kindergarf ten, 676. M. E. Pearson, superintendent of schools, has Watched and directed this development. He is one of-the outstanding educators of the state and has placed the work of the schools on a high standard. L FJmSCHLAGLE Assistant Superintendent , 1 M.E.PEARSON Superintendent 1 F. L. Schlagle, assistant superintendent of Kansas City schools, was formerly principal of Argentine high school. Under 'his direction the work of the school was raised to a high standard and the school exceeded all of its former records of achieve' ment. It was at this time that it was made a junior' senior high school. In 1924 he was appointed to his present position, in which he is doing much to adf vance the interests of the school system. Seventeen 1""v 126 f il U A19 35312 ILQWE 1 pr we QW .Q ,fflv E?'51iif er gm 564 I .fi L95 Q 'A "K-'25 f ug If 1 AGM xv L43 I VL ' w ' Q xl REQ: 3399 Im! gm N X 1 QL A Q , was i Q , A :Fi 31215 W ',5J'2IE W SV! Mi ', 1 l if dai nj J. C. HARMON, Principal ' U"QSx,,, 'QLL1' Lrg! 12, 2 N ,V ul itz 1-E, I 4 f,ff34 1' -,Az 12' ' H 4' ,, sl k 5 - "N, ,af 1 E.: Qi mn A 3599? lf,--.Vi kiwi! pi: 54 1337" 'An P' rm W F352 4,-2' if giiq, M M Q 12 6 A 1' YsfffJ 3+ :wif I. ii! Def Zg.'.',Jl' V9 i' X, ipyf iv SZ L lr X I i H1 5 1 , X 1 L,X !, .X .- 5 ff' ,. .T I Q ,A A .L Q EQ! 453 MEL nh W I K2 M42 254531 gffri A E5 li ww 46 255 ,,r J, . U, . figfffif M rpg 521 Q2 E , wf E WSI ,n Exim If 3-T in . Qlwjnai J fy , S H 5 i gn H, 1'IfV"'m ,., nl ji My 5. 'L 'A l QW! lf X.: Qi' 1 fb .1, ll - 1 if -4.5 I nm 1 w 1 is E-it . "fi .'x 1. WR Y iv I 1 so or e ' or-A -- ' . 1 1 Q T113 ,','if"'v111--f5g-- "--., wh A-nw.-. V-.,-,- .-,Pair , -' , . I6 ,V ,rx S 'li g . i' ' ' A I gn fl G Rf 3F'RI.a.ff,f,,.nS1-14+e:+43.w.t vaeaav .w1fT4f..m.'c+fwiss.2Ei W ,,f,-,ia EE., xauaiaiattq: 15,9-g:gi1.5egt:aa.:.,,,TT!:MiIwi, Z, TTT. :PHT fr 1+ A5533 ' 7 lnlji " if ' U, V we 42 -w in ,,. 1. gtfff. iljaiij i 4 cw if riff Hlf i N T5 its Mg y? ', -r, 255535 .., ,gin !s'4.a'i 1' 'Q EMM-in it u uf wif? if ' ,vig , 1' Y Y vf H ...AH We it .3155 H N' "ii iiijj iii 413 tt the Nb scifi V Y .51 H! , A f Y. wi 43 T rg 1 y X i fy u'- ' , V . hifi, 'ii f i 1 T T A 5 3 M u. i fi X Q f T. Q WT ikiitii A A ' M ' W K' -' i- -3 ,V T ,i fu f T A ' ,A 'I i A w fx I"I S . T x 5531. -4 i Ay it R gg :IKM 3 I if ' ww ,, 1 as 'a ... 1 lfx thi' N - 'T . . ' iii, tw -Hr -it lg: 'Q girl ii 1 ,P I . x. ., .U ,x. ga ,Vin .1 gi! ri-45. .ful ,nl 'MAJ 1' MA I IV 1 4 Us-.1 limi 11551 .I :fir U FRANCES TAYLOR English . Journalism V. D. KEYES Civics S Economics Constitution LILLIAN 'JESSUP Geography H. F. NEIFING Typewriting Shorthand KATHERINE KCEHLER Modern History United States History H. V. PATTERSON Mechanical Drawing ' Trades Information I Nineteen , N I I i n A Q H Q S NF' f i t Ci ii if wif! f N Z . wg S5221 My-I izfaii ifffifg it ,fynn aiiffzf 5:6535 pin. 51:3-.'3f' 25 ii 1' ii if 5 , ,. ii A ,W ,,,,,4,. A iii ii' - M.. Y , V , ., s f ----ef-"' """" --FKTTTTW T ""n"f,fff""'f"ipi ' :,,:f"'1'-5'-'W -- ci"-' " '. ' "" ' " f ' if 'im 'if ' I' we "T" " ' 'sf' "'f'+-f.'I'Vkl" SMX' fi? pai? fi Styli? 1.-Q-egifyfi gi, ev., ,fj,fy:1jvil.,,.'r .,4, fr ,Mb Ygifif' ,r,f2fg.T-.lg ,Q ny: 31 emi ,. af -nf :,g1:1,..:-X AD 416,.fg'ytfi:?':'feJw:i?y,'f'J.k:f,T11Qgfi, 1157114 Mila, ,,1g,1?:.zegwsz-gr'-.,.,,. .','f'7" Wg , .. c. , E , .,,. . . f , I P T 0 .vi ,Y .gi 2 ff. .nv 1 1 1 , T l fx. l 5 E ln '1 -fm ,. MV. i ,, A.. r L 11. 114 H' V Q ll 25' 'f" 1 Y, , lun ,fi R., - . -0- ----'-T "" nf " F fi ' R" 1" 3' '77 5 f' I .- kl:1v'f'ff1,-'Li I , ' , .- T6-7fZjfii?.P2i2S? "-,Wil Q 5- 1 ' " V r l l 'll gl T L g l f 5' w9'lf,1'f1i7f3fl1l,?iL',f2?fl5 :frrs,:2if:LLiz,,532 'Tri "'l We W: lfif' , 5 eff- A "' "' ' glygpr 3 ' ' T lv . 4 ' 1 L,-, X, 5 Pl lk , Lgxlxly larsl lff gt fmt' LETTER? ilifili .lgiil sary f"3 1.1 ,, 4 lf! ,ill Afgl Lfl' 'il L4 fx! ' Lf -4? K 955 y L !l"3jil7'V ,. f llfiil 1 Flvifgl 1 li iw f 2-2 -ll L T li E35 l get A li? ' GRACE DALE R. I. BROWN Q, it TRN - . .W Algebra B1OlOgY ' J it - . 5 Bookkeepmg General Sc1ence Q 'll -3 Q '.'- T ' l L l . M lfsxi, L. L. WATT STELLA COLE T55 M4 4 Pr g .L Economics Domestic Art l Boys' Gymnasium Element r S i A L Aff a Y C me 0. H. PETERSON , E l 11 T fin RUTH DUNMIRE Science K : ll: 'N 2? Girls' Gymnasium Wit l L L . Eff l J Economics ' 'l f . - ,st Elementary SCICHCC Fffgil: llix l llf gl 'P N iii , 1955 'Qs 'l 121 JJ lv, gl l:f'il"g lbl T- A gfilivi wifi Lrt. f Q11 gg? f Twenty. . ll ggi lfffg? ye X A rtlr - id? is 11 -"Xi L L, Ji-'3 s 511' 'r 2,33 Qt! RUNS .X if ibflifi nw its In E1 5.0! W TH 51334 N79 Effji? fr 2 Ei! 7' HQ 4 in Ib MFT is Q21 W' W My ni ' 11 .41 ,,-.rf 1 Ai Hi S, DJ 'X x lik i il 'H Ak W, X ws i Qi iii 'ir it? i H. 35 JSR it g i It wk , if Ji 4.5- ITIIFIQE gr ,XM 1? sl, I1 Mi KJ' MAL .Mi ' 1 5 953 Friar Q'?'y-link fab Q :E , , gi. - .fx W Lyla Lilllri' hi! ily Qltffi :Wig Hifi I Es- is li uf ti ,Mws Ji Tu i 1 ,,.. .,, 11? .V-QT" T'T'? 'X -L fkf f Q "ff" v , , ,,,-,---,.. -,AY x Qi of- gf u N If A, 'sofa J' Li' Gif? 1? 1f7",f7' if 3 A . - 15-gi -' s,5,, QM-71,15 W1 W! A A f if! f if 'NN"'r."' NKYl"X 'f'-6-i is L ssic AV ir CORA LUCE MALTA SHEPPARD Mathematics United States History American History EDiTH s1MoN C. L. RICHARDS 'Mathematics in Manual Training BERTHA PLUMB Domestic Science MYRTLE McCORMICK V A I MAE RUEGGENMEIER Latin ' H - I . English Enghsh Twenty-one lift. xi, , M EM H ' vm Aifyi we if:2.J tv L iv 'fs 11. 1, 13931 F31 E113 ,. Sai M33 Tifszafi aww irfiizi SM? EW' if Q 1 M57' SLM! K xi 11,6 o A. ,E x . -A I MQ, , spy, s' 996: ig Q20 5 x Ji , 1 ,Na xxx, iii H 2 Q S :'x,,..f s., ,.., U23 Fit l I 'B ji A 1 I 1.41 NU 4, 1 Fi. J., 121 NY, ,ff N 5562 1 W1 M if in 5. fx . QQ!! I 425 153. G .am T in ,WF HA fly ' 1,53 ,.. ., as f' at V-1. , wi N r w 'np .r , V 11 V ,, ,, .ml :1 Wai 1 w if ,fi n"':'fi1-i?'f:::ii'L , L. , .. , W, 'K' 1: n so 4' f .zff fi. 3-if 55.6 f 'f - " , 7 i 1 glgz 3 5, jf' ' ' 7,51-,2:.5,,,,3,,4:w:V.,.91.g.'1vg.4:,1.:.L44-g,,gi,1-,a,.1 W "" .,.Y,,, fn , U, Q ni Bi T 1 1Ex ! ii'5f1,r 5 ,r 49 It L33 r li 5 Q E li Y Nix-Q ' 3 lx F I 1 Y 1 1 Q il il F it ,, 1 V J, 1. ,V ew ww, JA . X 1 -w u w Y. 'T 3,4 E 1 M T 1 - W vg .R v m ff f JN ,V , 1 ,IT ,fi ., u, 1 T2 L li' J,-N" f X, Si J 141 'Q W W' W 'fi 5 4' 'U+:fQ'9k"T4V7 3x-n?Q?Tfl:L1C'f:?ii?'?53T?FE1j3?:EliiE1?gi9yTiif?3ii' im, . fmwff Rfif 5 H j 5 T3 2 if T, y:,5gggM.igfmglggf RA? A ,ff A' 1 Em W. A ffW4T'R'T ' T ilrygsfi 1. H if ! ,Q ,Fifi Ii LMQ5 Em I 'fx-1' 'T f My EW Ms Qgfgqi 5235! Ami ffirv S, 5415 ggmi L, ' S51 Q, fniifj' V wif V rg my 351 V yur- V13 g 63331 wg Fi if' " if : J , I , N li' iii ' E .- 5. A f 4 . j T ' qVV' W A I I fl W ' ' V af' i WAV isii if ' EDITH DELANEY MAUD HEWITT D' , , ix 'E X "A Mathemaucs EI1g11Sh gi A Arg! Drawing ' . ' Penmanship if ' BESS WILHITE if 'T K English MRS. EVERETT WATT . N X X If TEX, ' Pianist KW jf ii A L M S 5 MYRNA BAPTIST QT T, ' U T Y A Qfchestra MARY HERRICK SQ Glee Clubs Secretary ' T 12 ,x 1 N ig A ia. A12 if RFQ Q65 MRS. ESTHER YORK Ty V' 31 QT ff Matron iixi 32 L T Mi .x 2 lWY': v M 3 Ni V65 ' fx, ! T ip f-T Wifi' Wi X, Q! Twenty-two TIF, QT ' it ifig T' V' ii' 'HY' 5ElXL-,-S.MiAA-S,.S,S A-Ai,,,,SA,g ' S A S WRT. f - . , f --'N' M iw.. .L,-f"'- ,ff A A-fs5,.4fI's7'-5 -' f . 1, 1 .1'A7..," M, ,- .. 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M I With the railroad came the industries and development of the cities. Argentine had 3 I J Eg I I . m'il..........m,f5,....,.... is .uk t X' 3 v yr if 1 , A ,,.. W , V -1 ' - any Lf r J ni - .,, I is ffl , ., .L ,. Y I f' I A L ..-r..,,. .MM !'if1afag"f'ARuff?Y2iM92wL3eQaf?""firem M rg 6 n rld nm e f 44- 'o ' e' he-1 El fgeig iggeft-1:1:1e::' T ,ui R 2" A N -e .L e :gf f ,PK h 1 iw, , Q1 We e We D l L Q 5334 will fill lil? ,N , ig, Glass nf 1925 ,Q X . .Q -? . -W f S ' Q? CLASS RoLL ,Q L L L ti i 5. lx' Ash, Edmull May, Lillian 1+ V Beagle, .Grace - McMahon, Josephine N i Bfllee, M2-fg.Hfef Miller, Harold 'W Campbell, Warren Morrison, George 'V Al p Daugherty, Emmet Rice, Iris ' , X Duvall, Verna Ryan, Marie , N Efdfllan, Eugene Scherer, Maurine Vp F l Eshnaur, Hazel Sheppard, Kathryn 'Sa , Ferreira, Frances ' Shores, Edith L X Flower, Edwin Smith, Cecil A -'Q Foust, Dorothy Smith, Violet ' G-ehrman, Leola Sorrels, Lee K Griffith, Dora Thomas, Raymond A H Gunkel, Opal Tipton, Monroe I-I Hepp, Jack Van Scyoc, Nyman S Q Hoefer, Frederic Vohs, James X, jean, Victor Welker, Edna V johnson, Erlene Wheeler, Daisy i N Kelley, Wiuis Wilson, Alvin R Keyes, Lenora Wilson, Lee Roy I I Laughlin, Ray Wilson, Victor L Z: l 'QA V Loveland, 'Ada W100d, Helen bg, Mamie, Dorothy Woodruff, Edith f ' ,R 1 5 35 ' 1 CLASS OFFICERS. bil! H President ............ ---------------------------- --------- -------------- R 4 y Laughlin 2 kg Vice,p.,e5idem ,,,,,,, ................ A da Loveland X , . Secfetafy ----.-----..-------.-.-. -,,,- ,,,.,,.,. I o sephine McMahon Bl L X 'rfgaguygfr ,,,,,,,,,....,.. ,....... ........ - - -4 ---------------- James Vohs 1 V ! S Colors-Purple' and Gold Flower-Violet if V Motto-"Rowing, not drifting." - h w I, ' ,l l 3 . . .L ff W I Twenty-flve VA 'galil ' - L M is ,L L xeiee ,eee 4 i- Lrf Q L , , l 4 .1 s Er ,, t-A l V. ,l r , l J l P ,IJ 1 ,. a. .-,, er I. , l ,V l ' I ft 4 l,, f f,f, rssl ,, n. ,V , , 4, 1 ,, 1 ,if 4, 1 lyfr ,Wg l , .1 ,- l ' wir, , 5-'f A . P 1 . 1... fi' it fi? if ix-f il?,N:ffx'v4f-A'KQQNTTAEQRYCQliTY?Vi555fif?f35?fl ev lf 'Eg t'f-lii M 34' V ' f- ff, Tia- .5 gzfl:g1.:f:1....- 'Aff'-ff-ff --f-f--' 'ff' f --WY"-' E 'A W gli l114T'i 2 J A kill tg 5,43 nf? fx, ' lltflli 13. kbh' Sl WL., mf ,l li , 'ji ijgf E, V4 l v-L W, 1 14 if Ilia' 'grail ,U ff V., tw 4: 3 llffl sl' 1 T 4 it 1 lg! V I wills il ' ASH BEAGLE BRUCE ' CAMPBELL LQ' 'Pl DAUGHERTY DUVALL ' ERDIVIAN ESHNAUR I 5 A ' T32 VE-I EDMUN ASH-fFootball, 1, 2, 3, captain 4, EMMET DAUGHERTY-Honor Society, in H51 Track, 1, 2, 3, 4g MAH Club, 1, 29 3, 1, 2, 3, president, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Lsj SergeantfatfArn1s 4, Student Council, 4, Press Club, 3, . 4, Kansas State Type' Baseball, 15 Class Officer, president 13 writing Contest, 2, 3, Kansas City Circle l Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, Op' Typewriting Contest, 2, 33 International lim eretta 33 National Athletic Honor So' Typewriting Contest, 33 O. A. T. Type' lwlxpg ciety, 3, 4. 4 writing Team, 2, Gregg C. KT. Contest, iklfix . I ' 2, , 3, Student Council, 4, Argentian lr- .4 . , ff, 2, 3, d' , 4, C1 off' , - 1 Qs GRACE BEAGLE-Campfire, 5, Glee Club, Sta e lm ass mf Sec ,474 , O l ' . , . retary 1, president 2, Interstate Type' peretta, 4, Cantata, 4, Girls Athlet1c . . . i , . in Club 4. Fashion Show 3 writing Contest, 2, 3, M1nstrel Show, 4, MEI 5 1 ' ' Scholarship Award, 1, 2, 3, Senior Play, 4. 111,22 :IAQ ' X S31 MARGARET BRUCE-Annual Staff, 4, VERNA -DUVALL-Honor Society, 3, 4g V' rp Girl Reserves, president, 4, Student Counf Annual Staff, 4g Press Club, 3, 49 Girl eil, 43 Booster Club, 3, 4, Campfire, 1, Reserves, Secretary 45 Campfire, 3a Kan' 2, 3g Glee Club, Cperetta, 2, 3, 43 French SHS City Circle TYPCWYMUE Contest, 2, Club, secretary 2, vicefpresident 3, Class 33 Libfllfi-HH, 2, 3, 43 O- A- T- TYPE' mil Officer, treasurer 1, secretary 3, Girls' Writing Team, 32 Afgenfiiln Staff, 2, 5, ffl., Athletic Club, 45 Cantata, 43 Senior Play, 4. 45 Scholarship AWHYUI, 39 Gregg C- T- Contest, 3. ' fill - V 1 M5131 WARREN CAMPBELL-Latin Club, 2: EUGENE ERDMAN-+Glee Club, operetts, Lggm Honor Society, 3, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 4: Cantata, 4, 4 ,ml 3, 43 Annual Staff, 43 Kansas City Circle Tvpewriring Contest, S4 Press Club, ps, 4 HAZEL ESHNAUR-Fashion show, 3, ix., 49 M1I1SffCl ShOW, 4. . f i Girls' Athletic Club, 4. ' l 51,2 lzi ,fill 4,5 xg Twenty-sux ggfifjpgf E' 5TT'ffif is.: ,fg.:Qf2 Ffgeiiffzrf QT Q33 'Z P '4.v- . I 757513 v3?f1,?'K'kt1:-12-we +1f1ffaf, 4 X 1 l l K l , , , , lol ' ., fl he-P 'rw ,- -s 4 - f-2. 's "' X 3 -few-P ix 'Hr'--eff-3' 1 i 4 five an 'ki -l' 1f"i' .' 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Vgqzgmji--,gi 4553, s, , XD, 1,1 5 s r 1 5,4 Q: Lf 6 F Y DY.. , ..,,- W-, ,., ,a,A,,.,,,, ,V ..-, .,,...,,,,f'- -..-H ,V Y -1- , 1 ,f L '-1:14 it 4'T"T1-ZQQXJ-M'i XCQ fiiffff 3:5353 FERREIRA FLOWER GRIFFITH GUNKEL FRANCES FERREIRA-Operetta, 13 'F3.Sl1' ion Show, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 4. EDWIN FLOWER--Football, 4, Basket Ball, 3, 4, Track, 3,,4, "A" Club, 4. DOROTHY FOUST--Girl Reserves, 4, Chorus, 1, Fashion Sho-W, 1, 2, Girls' Athf letic Club, 4. LEOLA GEHRMAN-Girl Reserves, 4, Glee Club, Operetta, 3, 43 Scholarship Award, 1, Girls' Athletic Club, 4, Can' tata, 4, Senior Play, 4. A.- ,.. , ,., ..,- ,Q FOUST , GEHRNIAN HEPP , HOEFER DORA GRIFFITH-Girl Reserves, 4, Fashf ion Show, 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, OPAL GUNKEL-'Girl Reserves, 4, Bash' ion Show, 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 4, Senior Play, 4. JACK HEPP, Polson, Mont.-Football, 2, 33 Basket Ball, 2, 3, Track, 3, Letter Club, 2, 33 Iuniolr Play, 3. Argentine-Foot' ball, 43 Basket Ball, 4, Track, 4, "A" Club, 4, Glee Club., Operetta, 43 Cantata, 4, Minstrel Show, 4. FREDERIC HOEFER-Glee Club, Oper' etta, 5, Minstrel Show, 4. S Twenty-seven ggi. ,.,,,:,1: my-',,.,.-i Y.. ,Q -f, WW- . N . iq.: 1 ,M-w ,, ., , ,af .f .'1 I P, '-'ff -T,-f if V .C 1. fl ,g .,,, , . , gf,!,,J,:,3 we .. 1 1 47 xi dl ,gr Q -:I 5' 'nl WL .X ,. ' 4 wk , X , iz :" :A 93- ,,-.,. , Y, V N., -Y. ,. J, f 1 . . ,. .f..., .,. ,L ,. , . W.,-. V-XXX . X 1 TWYTW lr' X X . f, ,. Y ,if X. I I 3 We ,f ffiill M L ' 4 aww. ii 'sz fi f ,331 iigfief if Q, 4 I I ll fix X at-eg? 5 YE ,D 6332? 4559 veg? llkaiy 5 4 ,QQJJ lily? r w, l 'gs llxifl N, Lf ff 11 pf el F E3 , I 5 le jp, l l 'K H .Hx , 'rl IX ml ,I . ,V l .M ,Q .X x" lie K U, N was I-1 i 1 fi 1. ai l li 1 M EN will l,3Nlf'5f itll gif Will i559 l:,,lA'll ."1 f .r E Vine 5, . 2 ep.,,,,. ,jjwzprei fi f , 5 I' ci ,,,,e,LWeI..LLf.eeefeJe, 71 ,ff ' f l1'f11,' 4'911A" re 'V l ,fig A JEAN JOHNSON KELLEY - KEYES LAUGHLIN LOVELAND NIAIVIIE' MAY VICTOR JEAN-Annual Staff, 4, Minstrel Show, 4. ERLENE JOHNSON-Girl Reserves, 4, ' Fashion Show, 2, Girls' Athletic Club, 4. WILLIS KELLEY-Basket Ball, 2, 3, 4, Football, 3, 4. LENORA KEYES--Girl Reserves, 4, Fashf ion Show, 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 4. RAY LAUGHLIN-Honor Society, 23 Track, 3, Annual Staff, 4,'Student Counf cil, 4, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 41 Band Leader, 3, Class' Officer, president, 3, 4, Music Contest, Emporia, 3, 4. ' Twenty-eight ' lima :r,.,1,'..,,ypf:X e ,.,.-. . L , ,., x .V ev .fe-iweqrk --, .Q 1-fry ee 'eff -e 'We-. ,her 17 ,f-, ,f-.. eff- .Jen A ,Le ,fx-se SP ,,. 'X 1, . I. ,. . ,. . . ,,- -- f ef. fi -H s ADA LOVELAND-Annual Staff, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, Booster Club, 3, 4, Campfire, 3, Glee Club, Operetta, 3, 43 Cantata, 43 Class Officer, treasurer, 2, vicefpresident, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Club, treasurer, 4. DOROTHY MAMIE-Annual Staff, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, -Booster Club, 4, Glee Club, Operetta, 33 Girls' Athletic Club, secretary, 4, Cantata, 4. . LILLIAN MAY-Girls' Athletic Club, 4, I Orchestra, '1, 2, 3, Campfire, 1, 2, An' nual Staff, 4, Fashion Show, 33 Art Club, 3, 4, Senior Play, '4. Ilxzqyf- f- e--,,.......,.,.,,. ,, ,. ,. s, I N,-',-'jij-reyfffffif V "H ' """ nl. . .. , - 5. , l . - . , , . 1' -1- - J i , , ,. 4 , . I' . . . , F, ,, ,,,,, ,,e, F , .A ,,,,, A.,,,,,e-,, 7 VH, , .g . - ' ' f, ,,,, ' AX 71 3' --flilifills li l 4' I ' N Wm,-NNLZ. . 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K i K. -4 T-.,..,4,,..::-:-A 1- -QA fA-'--- 9-----H-V - 3--V---'ee-W:-e..1 ,Y -riff:-1.-4 1-1, 11,1 , ,- -- , ,, , , , .,...e.N,,..,Y.--. ...E . vw . e 4 3 ,3 3 , 3' 1' 4 gf P NW I 4 , , 4 4- 3-1:77f:,'::-t:1::ff"4:f:3:4f-iffyM-:,1e1g,-f-A,ff-5:13-ff-1-1:f?f":'i'r'T' T, ' T , T H K 'V TSJ37 ' 3, 'T 4?T"?f,'T'fT1-5 S' Sillkfif-A " fffgwkbfl'-5 ffrlrkgyl 55 il cr' "M A-f- --1-LA-e-----444-4--.Pnf," .L ,'o--kLgsf1i-L -s,,g1er,v .Q J all--f:'T'qZ5 . ff -,S l P IVICNIAHON MILLER MORRISON RICE . RYAN - SCHERER SHEPPARD SHORES JOSEPHINE MCMAHON-Honor Society, MARIE RYAN-Honor Society, secretary, 3, 4, Annual Staff, 4, 'Student Council, vicefpresident, 4, Booster Club, 2, secref tary, 3, president, 4, Glee Club, Operetta, 2, 33 Class Cfficer, secretary, 4, Cheer ' Leader, 3, 43 Girls' Athletic Club, presi' dent, 43 Senior Play, 4. ' HAROLD MILLER-Feeebe11,' 4, Tfeeie, 4, "A" Club, 4, LatinlClub, president, 4, 'Glee Club, operetta, 4, Cantata, 4, Min' strel Show, 4. 1, treasurer, 2, vicefpresident, 3, 43 An' nual Staff, editor, 4, Press Club, 3, presif dent, 4, Student Council, 43 Booster Club, 4, Class Officer, vicefpresident, 1, Fashion Show, 3, Kansas City Circle Typewriting Contest, 2, 3, Kansas State Typewriting Contest, 2, 3, International Typewriting Contest, 3, Interstate Type' writing Contest, 2, 33 O. A. T. Type' writing Team, 2, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, vicefpresident, 43 Scholarship Award, 1, 2, 3, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play, 4. GEoRGE MORRISON-Football, 4, An' nual Staff, 42 Glee Clube OPCWUH4 44 MAURINE SCHERER-,Girl Reserves, 4, Class Officer, Secfetafv, 2: Cantata, 42 Fashion Show, 2, 4, Gieis' Athletic Club, Track, 4, Minstrel Show, 43 Senior Play, 4. 4g Kansas City Circle Typewriting Con, test, 2, Gregg C. T. Contest, 3. IRIS RICE-Annual Staff, 4, Honor Sof ciety, 4, Girls' Athletic Club, 45 Kansas KATHRYN SHEPPARD, Wiellsville, Kansas i City Circle Typewriting Contest, 33 Fashf 3 -Campfire, 2. .Argentine-Girl Reserves, 4 ion Show, 2. 4, Girls' Athletic Club, 4. EDITH SHORES-French, Club, 2, 33 Girl Reserves, 4, Girls' Athletic Club, 43 An' nual Staff, 4. ' ' , .ev ,Jie-' ' -Q Twenty-nine T . W, -E:,.,,,. .L 'll 1' ug 4., ,., 4 3 4 , , ,. 4 , 'I A wi ff,2fw,,?Qfef42-QfTl Aff- f -' RY, 4 -4.....-4-- -- -- T- Y ii' j iififfl 'Ir xl ,. ig! fe 4 , 3, lb " f V ,l ,lf ."li I' y Ii 9.914 wa. 92,5 if ali, - .1 IQ.: Q31 ,144 ,-Nfl, le, 4 ,H 4, 'ml .i ,Q 4 44 Q 4. 1 .mg EW Mi 1 'Sli all 17! 'fr I 'fi In N f,,4J,5 Q7 1" l 'I 553 W EA 3,33 3 ' T . : , . I I 4' H W 4 V 4' , 5 I 3 I i i i 1 into QA , H I S if 5 Qi' :4254 If If 4? we I U: i IMI V3 gr, 'l If I ff J, iw ,Eg iii, L EWS? sell If 'z I K fy 'f We 15' IRQ lffllfil ilu lc, ,, Ili! ,,. 5,4541 I " ff dl ,rf vii - ,H 12,4443 I 4 je, ll 4' ii 'il-'FI' 15,4 .1 1 Q, .ef uf .3 Cuff" it M I r 5475? Elflfi 3. I fi' :N ff r my EIN'-vi lllil I :IME .I wa-4,31 I 4.. I . l I I I I law. I my ., . ., vdiixj III JI ,V .1 if . 'TGI IIS IH vie? 71 XIII 'mx , fig, .ya-ul 35 ill! ,I 1 viii . 4. lixlp- 155' I I I H iii . jr' ME V 1 0 25 Il A fl, ILE I" 1 to 'I IZ I I. ,CAI , I W 4. if I ,K H Q is N ,XI , . In EI , xi I74 1. as 1 fit 75. S 51 Fx px EI ,gs ,WI ,. I V I 1 .J EP I . -1 ,I his X id 130 I II3 'I ,ku , .E ml Irgg I5 .,.:I.,'g f' 'I yi-V 1 I J l-- J., SMITH SMITH SORFIELS THOMAS ' TIPTON ' VAN SCYOC VOHS WELKER CECIL- SMITH--Cantata, 4, Glee Club, Operetta, 3, 4, Annual Staff, .43 Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Gymnasium Exhibition, 1,,Minstrel Show, 4, Track, 2, 3, Senior Play, 4. VIOLET SMITH-Honor Society, 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff, 43 Press Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, Fashion Show, 2, Kansas City Circle Typevvriting Contest, 2, 3, Kansas State Typevvriting Contest, 3, O. A. T. Typewriting Team, 2, 3, Gregg C. T. Contest, 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 4, Ar' gentian Staff, 3, 4. LEE SORRELS, Piper, Kansas--Annual Staff, 1, 23 Senior Play, 1, Literary So- ciety, 1, Baseball, 1, Cheer Leader, 1. Argentine-Annual Staff, 4, Glee Club, Operetta, 43 Art Club, president, 4, Honor Society, 4, Minstrel Show, 43 Senior Play, 4. Thirty RAYMOND THOMAS-Football, 2, 3, '43 "A" Club, 3, president, 4, Track, 3, 45 Student Council, president, 4, Glee Club, operetta 3, 43 Cantata, 4, Gymnasium Ex' hibition, 1, "A" Club Carnival, 3, Minstrel Show, 4. MONROE TIPTON-Football, 2, 3, 4, Basket Ball, 2, 4, "A" Club, 3, vicefpresif dent, 4, Oratorical Contest, 3, 43 "A" Club Carnival, 2, 3, Senior Play, 4. NYMAN VAN SCYOC - Scholarship Award, 1, 2, Honor Society, 2, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, Class Officer, treasurer, 33 Glee Club, operetta, 4. JAMES VOHS-Football, 3, 4, Basket Ball, 1, 3, captain, 4, "A" Club, 3, secretary' treasurer, 4, Class Officer, treasurer, 4' Student Council, 4. 0 EDNA WELKER-Honor Society, 1, Fashf ion Show, 33 Girls' Athletic Club, 4. I -I If , II 'I II 1.1 1- y,, WX. v. L II? 431 fir. IN Iwi I rr' 131 Tiff' 'I fri. H111 Wir Ii I4 Mi? 1 1 LFC, ' Ii H iffiil II ,i E. I, was-1 11321 BJ 5 'I I I1 -v . I . Y , ii, I "II ILGITI . .Ir 1 ,I , 141 'ill ll", I If:1'j If I f"Tw :AJ I 3 IH? I 1 if Ig W I li' - Ivff II . E QI '. "'w"'1 I I. 1, .,,.. ,, ,, IH f ,Ii , ' I nfl II' II, QI I,f1'f'k ,I-I ff IIVKZJI ISFHI 4' la fe SI IIQQII 1f'f,,f fairy, I ,I rlllszl LI fi' mil i!,i:rglI WI ,iffliI,. I ,, El I'-13, Q5 1, 115-is T 2' Tif if- c - 3: -.5 .- 5 Q"-T I lf? fjiiiff 'iff f 1: if 1- fl'if.fIi .,a.g1,f4,L'-' .1a,L-iaggfgagi ---W"-'Lag 11,1554 " we .pilzlgf Wigaiiigafrgfx g 'lfg5lgifjl'fi1'f :Qif2jQiQsf,-Lf' 21,11 ,g..f:1e1gfri11151-17-ffff-,i.1 .I 16 li ,V 1 . ii , 1, fl 1-,. Q, lv-,: .sm i. 'ri XX' . 3 4 i .1 V. 'if i . 1 r iiJ fi , -..i ,UI ' l :Tcl J' if vf .. 'v "1 ti i .. i k 1 1 i L . xi V . ,f 1' iw .L ,,, of ,. ll, , l , , V 4 in... t. , L , . -- -- ,.,. 55' .ssia 'E "Xi 3' Qi Q' I I I 'lj 2 if A TM-QV Wil", liltfuii lli ' llllll. 6595! liglll 5' will fall: lil. .Will . if M lla 391 E54 .pail lvl '35 wi ,argl if A x ilu if lllq 2. E 1 - , Y N YL val. If WHEELER , A. wu.soN I.. WILSON v. wll.soN 'A . 1 WOODRUFF WOOD " ' N' fi i l gi ln V Qi ga 25 ' L ' Wl DAISY W'HEELER-1Honor Society, 3, 4, VICTOR WILSON-Scholarship Contest, 2, l 5 Annual Staff, 4g Press Club, 3, 4, Argen Art Club, 3, Minstrel Show, 4. E V tian Staff, 3, 43 Girl Reserves, 4, Fash Q yi, f ,SN ion Show, 2, O. A. T. Typewriting Team, A - . Q l A 3, Girls' Athletic Club, 4, Argentian Con EPITH WQ01?RUFF, Girl Reserves' treab' test 3 I urer, 4, Girls Athletlc Club, 4, Glee Club, '. i Q. 3 ' A Operetta, lg Art Club, vicefpresident, 43 1: ' N l ' ' , I I' ls. ALVIN WILSON--Football, 2, 5, 4, Basket Semof Play, 4' A 2 l , f Ball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, lg "A" Club, , ii Q llx 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society, 4, Glee Club, HELEN WOOD-Class Officer, vicefpresif , A A Operetta, 3, 4, Cantata, 43 "A" Club Car' dent, 2, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 43 Cantata, 4, il Xl nival, 2, 3, O. A. T. Typewriting Team, 2. Glee Club, Operetta, 43 Girls' Athletic mf. A Club, 43 Kansas City Circle Ty ewritin ll? I, ll! p ' g l ,W sl LEE ROY WILSON-French Club, 33 Latin Contest, 2, 3, Kansas State Typewriting lg Club, 2, L Contest, 2,. 3, Gregg C. T. Contest, 2, 3. ll A . A l ij! Eff - lb ll' l t if li lib' ll, fi V5 fa llfvf kill will Thirty-one fl-ll iff" My if 'fi ii U il ,' E lffk ll ,,..., .Mn-M--.4357 Y'lT::1'?1lL"lTTE::4g',.,"'iipvg,i:,11.:'.'.g,.,.,,4. six., :,E...' ' gi .1 '. .. .. ' ' fn a 4 U4 1 , P " F P G NDF',g.,MM.,Qf.+f.VL:f,T:+rf.-1fHe,-a:s1fffs-f1 fill A W2 f Wfi, . xl lm , lilo! ' Q il ' gg 0112155 nf 1927 , 2 94' 14, M r CLASS ROLL. . " wg, ,ig y 4 Anderson, Esther Jenkins, Beulah H1 Atherton, Harry John, Madelyn ' in Baird, Dorothy Kennedy, Edward PM xi Beil, Alberta Madison, Vera x 5 A Ben, Alfreda Mccamish, Hewitt 2 ', Breedlove, Bernice Manz, Louise I x Brown, Ruth Merritt, Ruby 'V 1 Cain, Arden Miller, FI'6dC1'iC . Campbell, Fern MiZ6, Harry l l y Cook, Florence Moore, Gerald '- l Cope, Bereniece Murray, Andrew - if, ' I Crew, Harry . Payne, Foster i v i Crocker, Vivian Peck, Veleta A Davis, Norman Pemberton, Wlinifred ,ig W Dean, Kenneth Pendleton, Aileen -Q A Deskin, Gwendolyn Price, Arthur EJ 'K Dillon, Edith Pursley, Dorothy H Elam, Mildred Reed, Aland A Fellows, Edward ' Reynolds, Harold H gf . Fisher, Eileen Roth, Alice p Fisher, Geraldine e Savage, Ruth I X i Fisher, -Sybil Speaker, Nellie ' ' Frye, Kenneth Stockton, Irene - '11 p Gelvin, Lloyd Stronach, Clyde f 2 Q Q Harris, Donald Sumner, Isabel P 1. 5 Hinds, Dorene Tietge, Fon Bernice P '1 .X . Hogan, Boyd ' Tipton, Paul - f Z , Houts, Opal Tolbert, Mary - X: Hughes, Hazel White, Joe Isaac, Robert Wilson, Bessie . . . M3 X . CLASS OFFICERS. Q . 1 'tl , . . I Presidents -------------- .......... F reclericf Milla VicefP1eside'nt ...... . ....... Edward Kennedy ' ii Secfetafy-. ------- i ---- -- ------. Ruby Merritt .2 n T7Ca3u7'eT ----- ------- -.---................... . . . ....,,,, Mildred Elam Q i ' ,X Colors-Red and White. ,H X V lrfj . Motto-"Climb though the rocks be rugged." I ' if l ,xi . l S ' V .1 Wi 3, , Thlrty-two gp J ,lf W' LT, PN PE' V it 1 in " : 19" "T'i"'l57 i"" if U V ly- f 1. VIe:fe.,ggf:g51fq-:.gg,L:- ..f.f L J ,,,,.,.,M,,,,,,,,,,,,,lll 1 9 First Row-Arden Cain, G. Moore, Atherton, Fellows, Reynolds, Frye, Crew, Gelvinl Second Row-Breedlove, Pendleton, Alfreda Beil, M. Elam, Cook, Alberta Bail Fisher First Row-Hogan, Peck, Savage, Murray, R. Brown, Houts, Isaac. ' Second Row-Cope, Merritt, Manz, Stockton, F. Campbell, Pemberton, Tolbert, Baird, Sumner. Thlrty-three k M I h , Price, Deskin, McCamish, B. Wilson, Anderson, Miss Luce, CSponsorj. Second Row-Dillon, Hughes, Tietge, Pursley, Madison, Hinds, G. Fisher, Roth First Row--Spea er, . o n m First Row-Davis, A. Reed, Crocker, F. Miller. Second Row-Ed. Kennedy, White, Payne, C. Stronach, P. Tipton. Thirty-four . , E "1 -vnu il i l ff xx I Q f I' - i ' I MV N""nf'-f---4-Lizfwx far' i X915 4 f' ,i-nz, if .E ,jigs R21 ia 5' Q15 , 1,53 fi, Sig,:,TTg,,,::E,m::im,wWZWWWW as t no sf ff fl 1 ii V44 if lil? ,' " i W Gilman nf 15123 5 Fil M: li ww CLASS ROLL. 9 Allen, Thelma L . . :fi Baker Lillie 'akm'DaV1f1 X.: 5 Lambeth, Gilbert ibn Beal, Edna Law, Harold N56 Beaumont, Eugene Lazzoa Leo E' Beeler, Ralph Linton, Jack , ' Bflshawa MYT3 Loetel, Harold Mi B1Sh0P, Martha Lovelace, Trevor fl Brant, Robert J Lozierylune p f Brown, Adrian Merritt, Paul ,JJ J Buckles, Pauline Moffett, Helen J -lp Buck, Edna McGuire, Helen dill Burke, Frances Mclnerney, Margaret Campbell, Dorothy Nick, Joseph J Cathcart, Irene. Ohrmundt, Luella ai Cheek, Margaret Patrick, Goldie p 4 COIUOY, Della Persky, Sophie lx Li Condron, Dorothy ' p Purvis, Doris Conley, Velma Roberts, Agnes Crockett, Maurine , Rogers, Glenn J Darnell, Frank ' Rogers, Leong, H Dean, George V Ryan, Maurice J Easter, Frances ' Schlegel, Gus if Farmer, William Shores, Mabel Franklin, Burnett Siler, Stella Glassford, Garoldine Small, Melvin ' ' Graham, Marjorie Sheppard, Marion W l Green, Donald J Smith, AgneS Haas, Paul I Smith, Kenneth' ' Haag, Lgfeta, SOI'I'6lS, Adrian X lr Halcomb, Mildred Stronach, Jesse J Hamilton, Martha . ThOInPS0n, Galen 5 2 Harris, Elizabeth Trueb100d,Mary - l 3 Hedrick, Gilman Van' Note, Fred A .5 Howell, John Wilson, Charles a Hufferd, Robert Wilson, Fern L J Johnson, Edna Young, Helen 1 Johnson, Lewis Young , ViCt0lf Keele, Howard Winter, D0f0thY i va 4 E ,Rf CLASS OFFICERS. President ..,.....,.... A -- --------- Lofetfl Haag ViCef'PfCSidwf -------- ------------- D Om PWM llfll U Maufine Crockett ,yu Secretary... .. Treasurer ............. ----------- I 0551911 Nmk Cheer Leader ........ -------- I ack Lmton dll J ,ll Thirty-five C be fafazxe-f'::fn--,,.-l-.,r,, ,,,., , e e I Q W YL,...,,. vc .Lo ,1-a,w--,, ,V L 7 bf .Jw Wl-'- 4"-'JQW ' - rr--g,6-1-J-4--H W- ---W -- A- --- --,- , l First Row-Lambeth, Thompson, Lazzo, Loetel, Brant, C. XVilson, Lakin, Keele. ' ' h Second Row-Farmer, Bishop, F. Vv'1lson, Conley, Belshaw, Condron, Halcomb, Jo nson, Glassford, Purvis, Hamilton, Third Row-Lozier, Crockett, Ohrmundt, Haag, D, Campbell, Winters, Burke, Buckles, a Trueblood, A. Smith. ' Fourth Row-Howell, Green, R. Hufferd, Sheppard, F. Darnell, P. Haas, Linton, l l I First Row-Schlegel, A. Sorrels, Beaumont, K. Smith, Miss Rueggenmeier QSponsorJ, Small, Rogers, Lovelace, Merritt. Second Row-Nick, Moffett, Roberts, Persky, Baker, E. Harris, Siler, Buck, Beal, Van Note. Third Row-Conroy, Mclnerney, H. Young, McGuire, Cheak, Patrick, M. Shores, L. Rogers, Cathcart, Graham. Fourth Row-Law, M. Ryan, L. Johnson, A. Brown, I. Stronach, Franklin, Beeler, Hedrick. Thirty-six '11 W ,. N ,,... X1 1 . , ,N F' ,V , ,. mf--Q 41 X T ri Ri ,P , 'cf , if! 35371423 1,-,rc ' Ny' '.I uma 1, 2,1- ixif it laj,Q.l,, ,uf-T"1 -0.1 5 ', 1. -I, ,. Y,-,, , I wg L I I I-,III lil I 1 IXIIIXI Ik Kirk II ,gf II I X, If Q, I' QQ I I I LTI 153 ich ik. W ,I+ f ix I I I I-.,. 2553, is ITIQI , I f' I II ' I IIII VIII II IM 1, I: I V r ji 12 I A H Q41 I IQ! ,- YI X I I 3 , C I I II ax +I, 'I IKM Ifix I Ii? II 1 -,I V., Ii , 5 I I IRI I Q 5. I, U, IIII I x,, II I XXI 11 2, I I I '-II: III I tiff!-I II1 IIWII' IM II II -I c f ,II Ir'f,,:: hili, ,- YU, -I A ,, 'I - ., -, "iff A 'f'1"'T"'4' "Y- , -,,1r,.,f X I iii' 'uf -W 3-.-.Mi-Li L- A Q I 51' .f I 1"-is Q 73 Ly' X , ,r I- I. fs-, , - ,I ,I gi My -V , ,,.,,- 'A' A L' mf' I ' f 3,f' III77-35,9 Navy ifx..-'xiafsa i '-" ,fiiizgx 'MSS' '1T,1'2:' ANY mln.. I-- M, I I-css. -, w- Ngnn, ci N ape.. XX, II.,-'LYNN ITP -I ,-,-.. , Ann- ,X ,X .. s . M ,, .. , ' -:zfz I-: zeff-,.fQ5fl2tj:1:j,f:f-cr. -:'-PM-as-A -'W' X I 4 -'mf' YS L.V"Wf' 'Y L wr 3I1111il1r lqiigh Srhnnl Anderson, Bernard Anderton, Thomas Armstrong, James Ashlock, Eugene Ashren, Ruth U Aubuchon, Leonard Bailey, Oliver Ballmer, Ruth Barnes, Dorothy Barnett, Betty Bartlett, Lee Baughn, Harold Beal, Charlotte Beasley, John Berry,-Eleanor Bordner, Roy Boyd, Austin Brant, Margaret i Breedlove, Lotus Bristow, Lucille Bruce, Katherine Brunk, Glenn Burns, Lola Cain, Alton Campbell, Ada Campbell, Vera Cannon, Robert Clark, Evelyn Cockriel, Elsie Condron, Thomas Cone, Eugene Cooper, Wendell' Cotton, Kathryn Cox, Roy Darnell, Frenchie Daugherty, Dorothy Davis, Irene Derrington, Wilford Dickerson, Margaret Duty, Thomas Eaton, Martha Elam, Helen Erwin, Mary Eversole, Ellery Fisher, Robert Foglesong, Frances Foster, Leroy Foust, Robert Franklin, Claire -- 1 ,f -7:1 if :JY-'-5 , 1 1-' 77, f Y , 'f'?f'ii2Pf?"'--4195 fialti? .'.',A , 112 ,'.-rn I J- f vi' F: 'iff'-9 ', 'YI 'Hi I 'IA'-. -'v "ff N , I I, . :L r, ,, ., ,J F, J , V. i it x I ,,.,.1 ,I 7' II ' I'-':1',,:j I f' .,, we-f I '-, , of ,A ,Q ',11Zi11':9' f WI 4- '- NINTH GRADE CLASS ROLL. Fuller, Jeanne Gallup, Catherine Gates, Irene Goddard, Alfred Gorsage, Winifred Gray, Curtis Gray, Evelyn Greaves, James Green, Mary Greene, Leo Greene, Mary Hale, Ralph Hankins, Lucille Hanna, Allie Mae Hartegan, I George Hartegan, Joseph Hatfield, Lois Mae Hedges,'Edward Hedges, Robert Hiatt, Elmo Hirons, Ida Hirst, Gladys Holloway, Shyle Houts, Norvan Huddleston, .Leslie Hufferd, Eugene Hultz, Irvin Hutcherson, Valda Irons, William John, Roberta Johnson, Elizabeth Johnson, Walter Kahler, Violet Kelly, Hazel Kennedy, Onyx Land, Adeline Leaton, Karl Leep, Elwood Leep, Louise Liston, Dorothy Lloyd, Glen Long, Theodore Longnickel, Harold Lopate, Alice Lovelace, Margaret Madison, Helen Males, Alice Marlow, Mildred F15 Fi 5-P -I IJTMTW 25.2 My QVIVV H Digg., .Nz .Y-L, J. , a IJ. May, Leada McVay, John Messenger, Charles Metz, George- Miles, Dwayne S Mitchell, Robert Moore, Edith Morris, Vera Nick, Kathryn Paine, Edythe Peck, Elvira Pendleton, William Persky, Jacob Proctor, Evelyn Pursley, Eugene Purvis, N-orman Pyle, Ethel Reed, Cecil Renne, Evelyne Rice, Wilber , Rose, Guy Ryan, Thomas Seller, Frances Scherer, Arvilla Schultz, Anna Schultz, Selma Shutt, Gladys Simons, George Smeltzer, Glen Snyder, Dale Sheffendecker, Ruth Sparks, Charles Sparks, Leo Sprague, George Springhorn, Marie Stephan, Mary Ella Swallow, Elsie Thorp, Helen I Tipton, Louise Van Scyoc, Evart Warner, George Weldon, Charles Wells, Cleo Wise, Helen Wiseman, Pauline Wolf, Marguerette Young, Roell Zimmerman, Frank Thirty-seven , mi! f .iz f ' I ---QI WI."I ,J 1 ,lk n . 13,191 IIIBQI MII IIIII I II wi-A 1 I iii, I , ii Ia f 'I 'IW Iii 25555 in ,.. v, I , It III I I, Ia-, I. I, s ic IJ! I Iwi , I ,vi I 9 .71 If II ga I I I gy. I r I ga ,,, i' 'f I?-ffl Ii I , fs, ?, I I 'S I In Ip TIL H ,Q wer I I I I x j II f i rw I f If V Ii' , IQI f I I,- I I If . I I IQI II I! I Y. X 1, In if IA I, il f I I: I I I I I , I, If wifi r H ' glial 15 I ,QI aff. L., , 2' IVIIIII, if 4, I ,L ..., ,L IIV. - .I ,,,, -'Jr'-w.,,'B--gf'e2'3"'f-.,.f Acg,7:.:i"::: :ggi:1,g-La:1I,.1,g.LgE:f' ,,, k, .f" 1,5 .I I 'it' , r I -,ff :cw :"f-5 4, Y- ,fy-was-.f' .wrmma I-3,4 , 1' Ps L?" -, if A ,- ' if ffr' Q'j:iE'?fa?'f -Riffiiga? IQ''-f-rITi':v'-,gfi5.f1:I-'ff fi-is .- .fly ':'f,i1, A-A, M - ,.a.,.--,.,.,.......,,..........,,..,.,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,- ,,,,,,,, Mm., I., ,M --,, ,, , Iyilo, I IS'-5-'5 I T First Row-O. Kennedy, Sparks, Hiatt, Holloway, G. Reed, Warner, Anderson, G. Wfells. Second Row-Schultz, Rice, G. Sprague, Williams, Weldon, Brunk, Longnickel fPresidentJ, Derrington, B. Proctor. . Third Row-E. Moore, D. Daugherty, Ballmer, A. Scherer, H. Kelly, Swallow, R. Ashren, Morris, Gates, Eaton. W Fourth Row-Burns, Liston, A. Lopate, E. Peck, Davis, M. Green, Berry. First Row--Irons, Schultz, Pyle, Wiseman, K. Nick, Gockriel, Rose. Second Row-Alton Gain, Barnes, Renne, Sheffendecker, M. Greene fVice'Presidentj, Tipton - Hirst, Gray, Ashlock. ' Third Row-Kahler, Marlow, G. Beal, A. Campbell, Hatfield, E. Johnson, Stephan V. Campbell, Wetmore, Leada May, M. Springhorn. ' Fourth Row-L. Breedlove, Shutt, Leep, Lovelace CSecretaryj, Hanna, Wolf, Gorsage, Seller Thirty-eight First RoW+Hale, Purvis, Lloyd, Foster, Gondron, Leep, L. Aubuchon, Beasley, Cox L Persky, Gone. Second Row+Foglesong, Clark, Gallup, V. Hutcherson, Franklin, Brant, Fuller, Males, H. ,Madison, H. Elam, Miss Simon fSponsorj. Third Row-Bristow, Hirons, Hankins, Bruce, Wise, Cotton, Erwin, Dickerson, A. Land, R. John. 3 . -E 1, P dl t 7 E, Hufferd, N. Houts,' Boyd, E. Van Scyoc, Cooper, First Row versoe en eonv' Johnson, Snyder, R. Fisher. Second ROW-Smeltzer Gannon, Hartegan, R. Foust, Messenger ffreasurerj, Duty, V Anderton, Zimmerman, G. Hartegan. Third ROW--Hultz Baughn Mitchell, Bailey, Bordner, Goddard, Darnell, L. Sparks, Simons. Thirty-nine li iw l f -x. f- -- f 4 -,H .1 :-. -.,s-'rf 6:w'5fi"ffQiiA1f1"f',L..5i 1- " -V-":"-uf' 7,2-' f,'- "Y H X-' ' " 'FII' I ' "I l - X fn, ,fi ,ws -- 1 L3 I' 5 gp, T- ,,.f-,ff1T:,,..,?sg,-,V-,:,f,,f,fq-.sgriqgx gg'jgi:gjgi'gQ! ssfgfizzfs ljf' f Q ' I A I A-f is .f i'lliT.,',.M,fi - --4-:nrt ,w ' 1 9 J' I Q r IAF r 11 Q f 1 ' fig new will IQ 2,4 We px: f aj 53, f 7 55 Q4 Q li EIGHTI-I GRADE I I- GLASS RoLL. "Z rf 5 ,FQ Anderton, Gertrude Harrison, Orlow Nichols, Elva p' ff i Arnold, Charles Hay, Carl Nisbett, Evelyn Atkinson, Karyl Hazelwood, Neva Norwood, Dorothy , J, Baker, Frank Heatherton, Mildred Norwood, Douglas - 4 4 Bean, Georgian Hewitt, Edwin Offutt, Ethel' Y, I S Beavers, Roy Hewitt, George Piersee, Monta 'A is if Boyd, Jessie John, Russell Proctor, Irene A ' , Breedlove, Wilbur. Kenton, Alfred Purinton, Cecil p I ' W Brown, Robert - King, Helen Reed, Maybelle - 5, . Bruce, lone Lattin, Robert Reed, William A Burnell, Harold Law, May Reynolds, John Cantrell, Ina Leaton, Mable Roe, Thelma H Cash, Elmer Lentz, Ross Sanders, Ivan S Christman, Mary Louise Longnickel, Hazel Scott,'Georgia Q, Cox, Bettie Bob Long, Mary Jane Semo-n, Herbert J ' Cotton, Paul Marlow, Harry Shepke, Ralph Doran, Helen Mavity,lFinis ' Sigler, Nathan K Earhart, Dorothy Marti, Kenneth Smith, Lewis ' L Earhart, Delice May, Kenneth Smith, Deliece 1' Ellerman, Martha McCul1ey, Dorothy South, Nadine X Farnham, Beulah McDonald, Helen Springhorn, Earl 7 Y Fisher, Dons McKnight, Mary Summers, Richard A . A , Fisher, Reeves Middleton, Fern Thomas,'Grace ai France, Billie Jane Milford, Hazel Tippie, Ethel 9' I Franklin, Dorothy Miller, Gayland Wallace, Beulah a 5 Fry, Ray Miller, Fae Walpole, Virginia I' v X Gilliland, Vernon Miller, Pearl Wells, Doris I , Guinn, Maxine Moore, Norval Winchell, Sterling - x Hagood, Kenneth g Moore, Roy Wood, Forrest , , S Hankins, Josephine l Morrison, Dorothy Worthington, Adoline 7 ' A Harkness, Glen 'Newl-and, Mary Young, Ivan N r . lx j R 7 xx Y ,if I r SQ 5, as 2 . A , Q5 5 l I First Row-H. Burnell, Mavity, R. Iohn, Marlow, W. Reed Cfreasurerj, Hewitt, , R. Moore, -F. Woods. A Second Row-I. Sanders, Norwood, G. Scott, McGulley, Middleton, M. Reed, Proctor, Marti fVicefPresidentj, Shepke, M. Piersee. Third Row-Hiagood fPresidentj, Norwood, Guinn, G. Thomas, Bean, Miss Koehler CSponsorj, Cantrell, Morrison, P. Miller, H. Longnickel, P. Cotton. Fourth Row-Lattin, Lentz, F. Baker, Purinton, Cash. ' x 1 1 w w l First 'Row-Kenton, Young, Arnold, Winchell, W. Breedlove, G. Miller, Beavers, Sigler, Long, Dennis, Semon. 1 R ..H k Q, M K 'ht, Delice Earhart, H. King, Nishett ,fSecretaryl, Gox, Second OW DoFSth15SFarhait,nlg. Fisher, Ghristman, McDonald, Boyd, Hewitt. Third ROW-Stgtt, Walpole, Wallace, Newland, Heatherton, D. Smith, Offutt, Milford, Wells, France, Springhofn- Fourth ROW-Leaton, G. Anderton, N. South, O. Miller, Doran, Hankins, Law, Worthington. ' Forty-one J 51 "M 1 1 V J 511, ,.,1,. 1 i, 1,, loan ,L,,1. .11 1' .911 W . N Q 4 4, r l J, lv lr l1 1, l ll? NXX t -'11 W V. i11ii,-if 2 ikfk H. ,-I 1. Ju dll 1,-11 SEVENTH GRADE 3, ,F , 1 ,fi .1 1 'li gi: 1 J fig- il-kfiili lfff gl Q 1, 1? iliji M 'W j 1l I li up ,f 4il f1 ui, 'f 12' ,. 1"j il' Q0 Q1, 3 1, fl, -'Fil' ,SE ll , Ll, f 1 rf .1 1- N , f. 1 , 1' t ' T' we ,1 i , .xy 1 1 ,- ,1 111 1 .J OE' -I. im 31 Eff. A, n 1 . 1 1 1 jyg! gg M CLASS ROLL. Anderson, Laurell Jones, Alice Ricks, Julian 7 Anderson, Selma Jones, Kenneth Robinson, Hazel 1 'I fl ' Anderson, Thelma Kalebaugh, Martha Roller, Juanita ,,, Ashren, Frances Kerr, Kenneth Rosser, Juanita l' Atherton, Ella Mae Ketchum, Juanita Rowe, John JT1,l'1" Jugs Baker, Charles King, George Rowland, Russel 2,43 iff Bartley, Helen f Kirk, John Sarver, Minnie Bartley, Ononficlasd iadenblulrger, Louis gcllaiegel, Katherine li S' Beckwith, Cli or ance, orma c ie e , ouis limi mei Bird, Virginia Lattin, LeRoy Seller, Paul Breedlove, Voyne Laverack, Mildred Sheppard, Irene Brickey, Howard Leaton, Ruth Short, Russell JFQEJ Briney, Edwin Leavitt, Alice Simimons, Marjorie il JM Brown, Jewell Lehman, Florence Singleton, Maynard Bruce, Dorothy Lopate, Cleo Singleton, Thorma 1 1 Calvin, Nellie Mae Lovell, Ruth Smith, Marese Jjfi Nfl Campbell, Thelma Lyons, Edmond South, Ella Rose Cathy, Glen Mason, Norman Spaulding, Theo ,gl Childers, Floyd Mavity, Steve Spencer, Wayne J ff! Christine, Dorothy Mayden, Ella Sprague, Beatrice JW, -Christman, Olive McCorkill, William Stephens, James Clark, Dora McFarland, Clark Stewart, Dorothy Coons, Nellie McKee, Richard Stewart, Vera EA f Davidson, 'Eskri ge McKisick, Ho-race Stronach, Dorothy lf J X lgavis, ilfielen II:,IfIcMille1Ji., Wendell Summers, Margaret Y avis, arguerite innix, eon Sumner, Rub su' Dobson, Fannie Mitchell, David Sweezy, Shirlley Duffield, Hazel Mize, Helen Thomas, Margaret lfgjl M21 Dunn, James Monsche, Kathleen Tipps, Thelma ELKJQ1, Fiji Durre, Loas Moo1'e, Forest Tipton, Garnet 751 5 Earl, Thelma Morrison, Marguerite Trueblood, William 1" Q Ea1i1ey,Mggrei1 gfligield. cgi? Tush, Juanita My J '1' s naur, ar es s orne, e ena Tush, Lee lt Faust, Frank Parks, Gertrude Tuttle, ,Dorothy gg Mil IGQEESOUS, George Payne, JRODGTU Tuttle, Elmer gre, 1 S, M-afgafef Pearce, William Van Brunt, George Graham, Ellen Plumlee, Robert Vance, James Haas, Karl Post, Grace Van Goethen, Leona wg Illllaziieffffgfli 10311 P0yvell, Helen Van Goethen, Margaret Je, 1 3 9,1 ,l. lan Price, Ruth Van Gosen, Clarence rqqiv Haney, Thelma Pruitt, Erma t 1 Walker, Thelma L lie? M , p,,, f ' Hafdffle, Hagel Pruitt, Irene Walker,iVerna' ' 1' 1 1l'Q,jl Harrison, Lois Redwine, Blanche Waters, Jewell We-l Haftegans Parfie - Redwine, James Wlellman, Revere 1:2 iiizaisofiqafilss 33261651 lla N . ar , ee , arie ite, rances 5 YM, ,Rail Holmes, Nannie Reed, Paul . Wilson, Clyde 1F,J,Q1 Hopper, Dee ,, Reiner, Pauline, ,, Wilson, Gladys IQ? Hutson, Helen Reith, Ruth Wiinter. Wilma 2 15151 Msg, IHHCS, John Reynolds, Enolla W'ise, Eleanor Jaigtzen, hgirgaret Reynolds, Gertrude Woolery, Roderick Lee W Tohnsoni F at QS R'?YnO1dS,ReVa Wf1ght,HC1sn M1 My ,o nson, red Rice, Roy York, Herbert 3121311 'Zigi 1, Johnson, Grover Ricketts, LeRoy EJ'2,,, l i2Ji'i'i5l1 tilt ' Evil' 31 1 51371, ,arf W 1 will l"i,'1ia1, Forty-two , T L, Elf, ' 1 NF-FTTTAWLTT: iii' T FFT' ilfnff ,scs fiffffh 'ef' 'r"r'r"'e or-A H A 5 , ,,.,I1m.,,s ,, ,C 1 , -, ,., ,L ' , '1Q , r,' . N 1 Lu.-,Mg-1,r,1, " f " 1 1 First Row-Hopper, F. Johnson, G. Johnson, Chasflohnso-n, Spencer, McCorkill, Baker, Kirk, Dunn, Moore, Rowland. Second Row-Davis, A. Hazelwood, M. Wihleeler, I. Sheppard, L. Van Goethen, Powell, Tipton, B. Sprague, Mayden, Haney, Hagerman. p Third Row-Duffield, T. Campbell, D. Clark, Christine, T. Walker, V. Anderson, Bartley, V, Breedlove, S. Anderson, Hutson, Morrison. Fourth Row-Lovell, Gibbs, Durre CTreasurerj, Post, H. Mize, L. Hale, E. Pruitt, O. Christman, Tush. First Rowglloglegong, Hershey, Waters, Stevens, Mason, R. Payne, Van Gosen, Minnix, Woolery. Second Row-Hartegan, Holmes, Easley, Bartley, Davis, L. Reed, A. Jones, Piersee, Offield, i Kalebaugh, Sarver, Ashren. Third ROW.-Reynolds, Dobson, Leaton, Coons, Earl, Hardine, Harrison, Atherton, Tipps, M. Reed, Thomas. Fourth ROW-Ricks fvicypresjdentj, Van Brunt, Winter, Redwine, Graham, Pruitt, Sweezy. Forty-three First Row-Vance, Lyons, Mitchell, Scherer, Jones, Kerr, Seller, Rice, Pearson, P. Campbell Second Row-T. Singleton, J. Rosser, E. Reynolds, Robinson, Spalding, R. Reynolds, Reith 1 Osburn, Roller, Tuttle. Third Row-White, Sumner, Stewart, Lehman, D. Bruce, Monsche, Price, E. South, Simmons A , I , Wright, T. Anderson, I. Pruitt. Fourth Row--4Schiebel, Ketchum, I. Brown, M.. Van Goethen, Stronach, Laverack, Summers, C. Lopate. l First Row-McKee, McKisick, Anderson, Beckwith, Latin, Trueblood, C. Wilson, McMillen, McFarland, Redwinef, Tush. Second Row-Rickey, Foust, Haas, Davidson, P. Reed, York, Ladenhurger, Innes, Ricketts, Briney, Eshnaur. - Third Row-Hirst, G. King, Jensen, Reiner fSecretaryj, M. Smith, G.'Wilson, Miss Sheppard fSponsorJ, Bird, Wellman, E. Wise fPresidentJ, V. Walker. Forty-four f W JT!! Lf P43 i 1 Q- ,,,.L fx Q , " ff ' . .f' lx , Y' 1, - -9 , W ' ,1 C, ' 1? ' v V , ' A , 1,3 , if 54, 9 ,JV J eff ff 'lfgf-T X7 f Z i ir , Z J x , 4 f ,f XXX, A if fb , if ,Af -s of 'Q w W X . .fly A A n sf fl . 4552? 1,4 ffl J, "NJ I xr: Nl ri-VQIJ?fx sm! ffmw PHI Nw 1 4 1 ' YW gv h .xx . ... .- . ,ixf PICHICS and dance at Connors Grove and Mernam were some of the recreations of Connors Grove was located where the S1nc1a1r O11 Reflnery now stands. I I E. Q- A- gf M., ,,,..m..,,,.4V.4L -..M - f .1 .- ,..,. ., 1 . .,, , 33 Ve 5 -- -M , W., ,. J k -wif .f, Aw- 4 4 Qlnarhw , L. L. Watt, coach, came to Argentine high school in 1919, from Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, after having starred in athletics there. His sevenfyear record with the school is: Football, 60 games won and 9 lost, basket ball, 148 games won and 27 lost. Coach Watt has developed such athletes as Albert Petersen, '23, who has been a member of the Kansas University championship basket ball quintet for two years. This year he was high scorer in the Missouri Valley conference, and was picked as AllfValley center. l.. L. WATT V. D. Keyes, assistant coach, came to Argenf tine in 1922. He is a graduate of Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas, where he won fame as an allfround athlete. In track he held state V. D. KEYES R. I. Brown came to Argentine in 1924. He is a graduate of Friends University, Wichita, Kansas, where he was athletic director in 1921f 22. He was allfstate fullback of the Kansas Conference three years. He has been a great aid to Mr. Watt and Mr. Keyes in turning out successful athletic teams. records for a number of years. He is head track coach. Under his direction, Edmun Ash, '26, won two first places in the national meet at Chicago last spring. R. I. B ROWN Forty-seven I l 2 1 , , ,We lui? 4? 9 1 :M+'li' .N 1 2,a . . up 1 l-,515 4 l J QC wilwll LQ. Ji. i a 1 'lxB'Yj Curl? xi it , A A , wil V!'1.ay,l il' .-'1'1 vi ., X. lil,-'N 1 me lfigll Mevuvfnzli ll' IU ww! .V . fx .il vl li AEE ,V Ai :qw I llfflli Ng w., 1 lg kd 3 tg I ljigl r Q als. lggill 'luis l 1 l 'I r xl 1 r Li A ig fl' K4 A a QQ! N 1 tw V ll fig i lf'f'-liwl 1 yy . af... f J if i sill 1 A 1 . Q, .yqvgxi . at V, ll hffxil ELL' Ii. . W l rl- v 5 M525 wqllu 1 l5fff3l at VMN,Xi wi: W miiifi fiilf la 1-,-'vii lim llfl ri. Edmun Ash was captain of the 1925 Gola and Blue football' team. He piloted the eleven fromthe quarterback position. He was chosen allfcity quarterback and captain on the mythf ical "all teamsn selected by each of the news' papers. "Ed" won his fourth football letter this season. During his four years he also won four basket ball letters, two in track and one in baseball. 'He has won more letters durf ing his school career than any other Argentine high school athlete. JAMES VOHS Forty-eight Qletptainn J A, EDMUN ASH L James Vohs was captain of the 1926 basket ball quintet. He won two letters in basket ball. He played center and was a fine leader. "Jimmie" has a fine eye for the basket and is a good defensive player. He was named all' city center on the teams selected by each of the three local newspapers. He also won a letter in football this year. lil E I 2 L, , Lawn! .,i.,, . fm .Q If Vi'- YV. .l llf rl :af ll: ,ffl ll fr ff' Win. we-u fellas ilfrfgl. Q E I i isa: I 1 ggi!! lug M51 l,ya.i. . fir- ff' li Qi' Wil yi I 977215 if i ? El 4: .4 ll l ?P5l. -.1451 . I x . 1 1 EES' ii li liar: l.:1'xlll H S I F l K r I X ra ' al if 6 "ff irfsfl Mft iw .1 WF 51 ll O ffl' gil A" fi ll' G tg ,.,,' ni lli 1' F2 llfffai 3 H5115 xl -. M .gps .JT pm' i .fx- 25352 sig? glpiiff Elwiil igfic'-'il Wi 5133255 . .. lngil' igfyfgl Elsa vw H111 l fi .1 if 31 H' . ,i..3 . .,,-f x L, 1 ljj,-is--.', .. , fir' za . 'vi 3' ,fs .---.1 11-ls. - -M 9 l llfE?f"ii ,'w.f 'f .-Ql l 7 T? 531 . 1 1 i 19 Wi H, f. l '34 K. .7 NG: 'Qu :xx SS . I 1' ,I .51 SJQ QT L7 4 Z! I C A 2 ff 1, 4 Ji f Vx .,41jI.Ql.." ::W,,,, ,,,, --aff -V. ,fr W 'gm-2 e f7 fi F7 ' ' T 'A "' ' N vX,.1 . Egg 4 4 l . 5 I Wnww-' . 5 5 f Q A " f S, rg , N - 4 X lvl A X x Q' :X f, I ,V W A E: QS 7 I 5, 4. - A X x - f - 1 N? , A ff Xxj I ' l x x 'J Wo I , 1 I Q A f 1 k ' . ' , . 45 s 3 . Y g QT-:vo 6008 Qhdsv A YU l'I H 5 Q . CT" 3 Y A N , X il Q 7 , Q M9 S k P, . X - "A uw Q Y ' ilhxnihall 5, xg I fig L59 2551 ,,.: 'N J ,. ,-.gf N Zfliiriit Timm Svquah First Row-Wahite, Tipton, Thomas, Vohs, Brunk, H. Miller, Price. 1 Second Row-Hepp, A. Wilson, Ed Kennedy, Ash, Reynolds, McCamish, Gelvin. Uhr illnnthall Svvaann Seven letter men were among the forty aspirants who answered the opening gridiron call in Argentine high school for the season of 1925. Around these seven men as a nucleus, Coach Watt built the best defensive team in the history of the Argentine high school gridiron sport, and a team that was conceded to be one of the most powerful in the state of Kansas. The eleven picked by Coach Watt won eight of the nine games played, and lost one, scoring 142 points to its opponents' 32. The solitary loss was to the Lafayette high school of St. Joseph, Missouri, by a score of 13 to 12. All of Argentine's scores came in the second quarter, while Lafayette scored two touchdowns and a point after goal in the final period to win the game. The Argentine high eleven opened the season with a 22 to O victory over Csaf watomie. Argentine first -scored in the first quarter, Ash picking up the ball on a fumble by Csawatomie and racing twenty yards for a touchdown. During the ref m'ainder of the first half, Csawatomie outfplayed the Wattites but was unable to score. The rest of the game was all Argentine's. Cn line plunges, end runs,'and passes alike, the Cold and Blue gridders advanced the ball, scoring two touchdowns in the third quarter. Argentine's final scoring came on a field goal, which added three points. Benton high school of St Joseph, Missouri, was the victim in the first game on the home field. The Benton warriors were defeated Cctober 2, by a 12 to 6 count. The "upfthefriver" gridders proved worthy opponents for Coach Watt's combinaf Fifty 'ii Svvrnnh Gram, Squat: ' f f F , ii First Row-G. W'ilson, Grew, Loetel, K. Smith, Longnickel, Stronach, Flower. Second Row--Young, Sanders, Morrison, XISHID. Keyes CAssistant Coachj, Williams, Nick. 1 er. . , Third Row-Pendleton, Reed, Franklin, Anderson, Johnson, Green, Stronach. tion. The play in the first quarter was practically even, neither team scoring. Benf ton scored its touchdown in the second period on an end run after a series of passes had put the ball within scoring distance. Argentine's best playing was done in the third quarter, when both, touchdowns were scored. A pass followed by a twentyf yard run, put over the first counter. The second was made on a sixtyfyard run by Ash. D a Argentine fattenedthe 'swonfcolumnv Gctober 9, with a win. over the Shawnee Mission eleven, by a 12 to O count. The Gold and Blue offensive attack was not yet perfected, and only a rally in the last quarter saved Argentine from a tie. The "Indians" showed a surprisingly' strong defense, and held the Watt men scoreless throughout the first three quarters. The Blue and Gold would work the ball into scoring distance, only' to lose it on downs. In the final period, Argentine scored its first touchdown on eight consecutive line plunges. The second counter was made on a pass over the line after a series of end runs and line plays. The Argentine eleven showed their ability as "Mudders" October 16, in def feating the DeSoto team, by a l2 to O score. The game was played in a steady rain, and the DeSoto gridiron was a sea of mud. ln the first quarter a DeSoto punt was blocked and bounded over the line, an Argentine player falling on it for a counter. The second quarter was scoreless, play being for the most part in DeSoto territory. In the third quarter, another touchdown was scored on line plunges and a fake play. Fifty-one 0 .f 1 , .L M, -2 gat., If I fig F "ff f wa.lt5??t?77iTt' ..1..5i1ii?' . .-M H The Blue and Gold "got revenge" for a last season's defeat, October 23, when 979 the Crimson eleven of Central high fell before the Watt men by a count of 14 to 0. if A crowd of 4,000 was present to see this battle, a crucial one in the city series. Coach Watt's gridders went into the fray slight favorites, and it took them only a . ll few minutes to prove the f'dope" correct. ,The first quarter was scoreless, with Ar' fr gentine having a- slight edge over the Centralites. In the second period, after Argenf 1" tine failed to gain around the end, a place kick was tried, but failed. A penalty gave Argentine the ball on the fifteenfyard line with three minutes to play. Two passes were incomplete, but the third attempt resulted in a counter. The second 'Q touchdown was made in the third quarter from the same point on the field and on the same play. Central opened up with an aerial attack in the final period, but Wg failed to gain. The game ended with Argentine in possession of the ball. Q The team piled up its biggest score of the season October 30, when it defeated NX. the Paola eleven by a count of 27 to 7. The Paola team fought hard but was no f match for the Blue and Gold. The Watt men used a speedy and varied style of K attack that baffled their opponents. The first two quarters were all Argentine's. 1 Z' '3 a. 'X-,I ' QV K' H . S Q D 1, . 4 Q K 3 ls Q One counter was made in the first period and four were made in the second, passes being responsible for the majority of the gains. Paola held the' upper hand during the last half, the Argentine regulars having been replaced by reserves. Paola scored its only counter in the last quarter, on a fiftyfyard run after having intercepted an Argentine pass. i ' The strong Rockhurst academy team was defeated on the home field November 13, by a score of 12 to 6. The Argentine team displayed its best form of the season in winning its seventh straight victory. In the first quarter, the, academy team seemingly held the upper hand, having possession of the ball in Argentine territory most of the time, but lacking the scoring punch. Rockhurst scored its points in the second quarter, when a 'touchdown was made on line plays. Following this, the Watt men opened up an aerial attack which resulted in a touchdown, and the half ended with the score tied at '6fall. Argentine's second counter came in the third quarter, after a series of passes and end runs. I The only defeat of the season came November 20, at the hands of Lafayette high school of St. Joseph, Missouri, on the Lafayette field by a 13 to 12 count. The defeat was unexpected as the St. Joseph aggregation was not considered formidf able.. After outplaying their opponents completely during the first three quarters of the game, the Argentine gridders fumbled the victory away in the final period. The first and third quarters were scoreless. Both of Argentine's counters came in the second period. In the final quarter an 'Argentine fumble on the onefyard line was recovered by a Lafayette player and carried across for a touchdown. Later in the period, Lafayette recovered another fumble and on line smashes and end runs carried the ball across for a second counter. A try for goal was successful, netting the winning point. V The city championship title was won by the Argentine eleven "Turkey Day" when it defeated the ,Rosedale gridiron team by a score of 19 to 0. The first Argenf tine score came in the second quarter on a pass. Captain Ash put a fitting finish to his high school gridiron career, when in the third quarter he ran back a punt fifty .yards for a touchdown. The final counter came in the fourth quarter on xl-x straight line plays. The game was the last on the schedule. Q, 'Coach Watt took the team to Villisca, Iowa, December 4, for a postfseason game with the Villisca high school squad, but a snow storm and blizzard forced the 51 contest to be cancelled. 'Villisca is Coach Watt's home town. The Villisca team holds a clean record for the past two years, not having been defeated during that time. Fifty-two V .. ggggigigsmggggginp v E 'WCG , 1 N fa ,Q Is? . H R W a I '4- QV 3 Sl X . 9 el , X 5? Q f Q ' '51 f I g if Q A 41 'K gi , X v ' -I! f: li Q Q l XM J ,jx -f ev N, 'IEEIZEKPT 15811 V 2 ' ,ff 11 F.-'4 11' 55 1 i'.1! l 11 I I , .-1 , . ., 11 'T'-.1 U .-V., i',', 1 1 1! Y 1 1 1 1 1l ,11v V11 11,11 3 111 lf!! I- 1 11 W1 1.5.11 i 1 fail 15.15 1 1135 li . 0 li ...vfrgi 1. Q 15' 111 ' 11 if ,151 EI 1', ,111 ",'1i 12 'I xl! , .11 111, Q .1 1 1 ,we .E 91 1 au, .W X .1 1 1. .11 , 71153. ' " .1igT.i' Jilfl ! -v-777777-T X ., I f . .... 6 am-ff fa aaaa as Eliirzt Ifiankri 1152111 Umm First Row-Flower, Ed. Kennedy, Kelley, Reynolds. Second Row-F. Payne, Vohs, Ash, A. Wilson, Small. The Argentine high school basket ball team finished the season of 1925f26 Febf ruary 27, with a record of fourteen victories and four defeats out of the eighteen games played. Tvvo of the losses were to the strong Cttawa team, one was to Cenf tral high, Kansas City, Kansas, and the other, to the Clathe quintet. The Blue and Gold quintet amassed 498 points to its opponents' 289 in the eighteen games played. The team fought hard and worked together throughout the season, the play at times being executed with a vim and dash denoting "real class." Argentine started the season right by winning from theiEXcelsior Springs, Mis' souri, quintet December 22, by a 33 to 17 count. The Topeka team was defeated in a hard game December 31, by a score of 23 to 19. The next three games were easy victories for the Wattites, the opponents scoring but 23 points in the three contests. The first defeat of the season came January 16, at the hands of Central high, Kansas City, Kansas, on' the Crimson court, The Argentine team was sadly off form and lost, 14 to 17. The Richmond, Missouri, cagers gave the Wattmen a hard battle January 22, but lost by a score of 22 to 26. Argentine won from Benton high, St. Joseph, Misf souri, January 23, by a 40 to 19 count. . Rosedale proved easy for the Blue and Gold hoopsters January 26, who gave it the small end of a 35 to 24 score in a game on the Mt. Marty court. Argentine avenged a football defeat January BO, swamping Lafayette high, St. Joseph, Missouri, under a 41 to 13 score. Fifty-four 1 11 'I .1 5 Qu Vg 15 1111.51 Alf. Al 'V11 1131.11 11.3431 1 I 117' V13 11 .f1 "S -Al 21 X1 51 1.311 '11j,A ilffwz' ., 1 1' fri i 1 hugs! 11m 11 911' 1? 152.5571 A Ui l'.1.1'1 ' 1 Q . w. .il 1 , X4 lx 311 I if C I 1,11 Q 1151 ,Jia ps 11,5551 W1 1 1111 f,-15 1161 11111 11? M1 315 all 1113 .1 1115 111115. 11221 Eftiflgfgf Jil 1351. 119 if ,1 111,111 i'fj"1.1' 1i.' ' 1.11, 1. 4 11.5 31 431151 will i1 2.312 gg 1, Qgf'-Q11 1-41.1. Y., . U. yy. mn.: 154,11 I f l,,"l1." 1 1. f. 111 fgalgijl 311,11 S1 if rl' 111511 11.1.-1 ,,-, ,. 171:21 11.11 xx- at-31 1 ' 1' 1 xx Osawatomie fell before the Blue and Gold February 5, by a 29 to 10 count and Argentine showed unexpected brilliance in humbling the powerful Olathe quin- tet by a 31 to 10 count on the home court February 6. Ottawa, however, handed . " 1 . - W . a ' 1.1 5 . 1, ...r ...ft lx A V ' wr. if -L lj -A ..l ul qv.. .u ' 1 X, GSW f tif f . Ask' 1, -gi 2,1 .2 I ' 1 ' iff. . 'l ll 1 ,Lil . sl 4 fill the Watt machine its second defeat of the season February 9, winning a hardffought game by a score of 14 to 11. ' A Central high school, Omaha, Nebraska, was defeated on the home court Febf ruary 13, by a 38 to 20 count. Rosedale again fell a victim of the Watt men's speed 1 February 19, taking the smlall end of a 25 to 18 count. On February 20, Argentine , journeyed to Olathe and was defeated by a score of 28 to- 13. j The Crimson five of Central high stepped on the Argentine court February 23, 1 prepared to clinch the city championship. Argentine was in form this time, howf ever, and 'the game soon 'took on a decidedly Gold and Blue hue. The Watt men . . . - V2.1 scored on almost every try, leading by a 29 to 13 count at the final whistle. " Ottawa again defeated the Argentine hoopsters February 27, in a hardffought ii, contest, by a score of 22 to 20. Ottawa won on free throws, each team scoring an 'T equal number of field goals. This was the last game of the season for the Watt men. J . , im 1' ffl? 511552 LN., lvl 2 l ega- RECORD or THE SEASON llttfii' - lluipl Dec 22-Excelsior Springs, Mo ....... ...... 1 7 A.H S 332 Dec. 31-4Topeka ............... ........... ....... 1 9 A. ' Jan, 8--Paola ............................. f4 A. Jan. 9-Southwest, K. C., Mo ....... 5 A. Jan. 15'-Osawatomie ................... ....... 1 4 A A. Jan, 16-central, K. C., K ......... ....... 1 7 A. Jan, 22-Richmond, Mo. ............. ......-. 2 2 A- lfflill 'Jan, 23-Benton, St. Joe, M0 ....... ...---. 1 9 A- Q. Ian, 26-Rosedale ....... . ............----- ------- 2 4 A- jan. 30-Lafayette, St. IOC, MO ..-.- -- ------- 13 A- ' ii All Feb. 5-Osawatomic ...-.-.-------------- ------- 1 0 A- Feb. 6-Olathe ...........----. ------ ------- 1 0 A- My Feb. 9-Ottawa ...........------------------- -- ------- 14 A- Feb 13-Central, Omaha, Neb ....... ....... 2 0 A- Feb. 19-Rosedale .Q .........------------ ------- 1 8 A- Feb. 20-Olathe ............---------- ------- 2 8 A- Feb Feb. 23-Central, K. C., K ..-.--- ------- 1 3 A- 22 A. 27-Ottawa ...........---.-....- - ------ - Totals ....... ------- 2 89 Fifty-flve ., ,a ,J wa . 11 MY l 1 l v qu. , ' it . W. X W f A 2 F 4 li 1 I Y Y V WJ V,-p Fx 7 L, Y K9 Q I1 C? EF. 35,-izggsijzugziilc ,tgp pair lxrfpyl L, 1 , , ,Hg ,M :Hr . ,.4,.....-a, .r... .:rLY----:L--A---i--1-'---'futi' 'fn'-"7 "W"-""' tp-,rl , c. ' ' 3115 in my I A 1 i Qi, in JM - , "' rg rtll EQ . ' Zliirzt Eazkvt Ball Cflmm Y . . ,4 . . l P ' 103 ' f V1 X , lv , XZ ik -c bl . if-5 Fil. f F it r if XX fi X x K4 5 . XR ' 1 . I Q . l L . 1 X 5- V A ' A I-I . S s- i .JAM-ES voHs. ' r X "Jimmie"r"was captain of the Blue and Gold quintet. He won his second letter ' J 'this year, playing center. He was always a menace on the offense, and a good def Y i . -A fensive man. His sterling work at the pivot position gave him the place on the all' - city squad A 1: ' 1 ri. f i I I 5, J I W A H S SZ' 5? f i . ggi EDMUN ASH. b y it r a l I2 ii "Ed" won his fourth letter in basket ball this year. He played guard and in Q - addition to his fine defensive work was a stellar offensive man. He was a unanimous I t choice for guard on the allfcity team. l F 7 N i Q EDWIN FLOWER. lx , Q r "Ed" won a berth as a regular this year, playing a forward position. He played 7 ga a steady, reliable game, working as well on the defense as on the offense. He won A I his first basket ball letter this year. He will not be back next year. Fifty-six r - 7 if iw 1 1 lil' VTf'7QL h?7VNf1WfW1V"lWfV ' V I E . A if XE .... fly.-53 1 42 ' 1 t 5WirziEa15kvt'1Eal1Cflram 1 1 S ' h ' 3. K s i X Gy' x Sa . W? . F N . ? . X ' Sli z Kilt Q!! 1 .. fl X4 I. F , , f LI l z' I uf ag, ll I I ' l N . R Ig I ' t . . ' 1 1- J IQ-4 A QI A s H V . S - FOSTER PAYNE. t jf . 3 I 'f Payne won his second letter this year. He played a hard, consistent game at D7 X . guard. I-Ie will he a mainstay for next year's quintet. 0 .il r p b X X EDWARD KENNEDY. X , , if 5 Kennedy made his first basket ball letter this year. He was always ready to F go in and garner some needed points. He should be a great help to next year's five. MELVIN SMALL. Q Small won his first letter this year at forward. He was essentially an offensive , -player, but worked well on the defense. He is a sophomore and has two more years. 1 it .3 L X X I Ss . I K 4 r-'lf l V ty-seven da 3' ifi- " --ff-fffsffsfs gi fa-11-Q ., E fussy.: 'gfi 4-2 " ' f-1 ' .L '-fail "" 1fo:""Qt1'fr t'f' f 'oxen-Q4-H-gl - 'Q is 1 19 2 5 f . li Fil Q . .P ff I I, ,ffl H, 'I W1 1 1 w'v .,, 139 Li .il ,fx If A In jj ' I 1 . so " f f aa t t ifstafg p H iff2'Ql 1 Q illrrnt Mazkei Mall EVPEIIII M W ,Jus lil-2 liz? -V! 2252 ki-A all -W . ul ' YI lilfl Q4 I. -5 1 I r 1 XL l ll NQBVQ 251 ll MK Vfpf. 1 1 X A A 1 I . - ik' TK I1 5, ag! . ' WILLIS KELLEY. M "Cotton" was always ready to 'go in as either center or forward. He played a clean game and fought hard. This is his last year. . ALVIN WILSON. A , , . at "Shorty" did not let his size be a handicap in his goalfshooting efforts. He was , always ready to go in at forward and was a speedy floor man. He will not be back u 'g next year. ' i . g 5 5 y All I HARoLD REYNOLDS. p p lg "Firpo" played as substitnte guard on the team and at all times fought hard. He will be back next year. 55? gg V lil Fifty-eight , ld' I . .....W--. W I 41? "'44 ' ' llf if.2'L?.-""j"':35ff-f,,, .gia.g'i::'fr:f-'-1,-.-.rzzg ' ':"""" !-3553-fr-7:41--Q-.--.-s..sL.. .,,,.,. L.-. , '1:.p,fffk:, ?:,sZl'g3f?OoQiTf,Q 50- gag .fig f.Xgv,5..23 5-3:45,-.g itll Q .fjv 51112-, 55 lszgfegf,-1... . -L-QLan-',..Lii'2:JribLfrsi'?-QEJQYLQ L1i'.?.ia.lL5ii:j's 4'E5i'ff5ks'jL:v.-gzffZ'rr-F :LQ .X f -in 'iffwi 1755.-riff... '15 - " '2'1'1l Y' . """"""""""""'-"' "'--""-'--""-'rfrvfw f M- "-We ff -ef! ' --'ev' - -'--- X,--14. Hugvgigfiii- gg- ' -lfS'ix1f,Af-,f V. 'K I H .Q ,IFES I ff' I 2 I 5 ff if 1' , 2. gy r , I I? .A If .V A fr I Z c ,lf if w I ,fi if 1 M- I ,fvfgg in ,Q ff! wif' l' HG' 194 if 5 .Ulf Bl -A. l . l Svernnh Zfiemkrt mall Umm I First Row-F. Miller, H. Miller. qecond Row-Crocker, C. Stronach, Crew, Hepp. The second team made a remarkable record this season. It played fifteen games, losing only one, The one loss came in the last game of the season at the hands of the Central high five of Kansas City, Kansas. The team played some of the best independent fives in the city, in addition to the second teams of other high schools. The Blue and Gold seconds scored 365 points to the opponents' 217. D 1 The reserves fought hard and showed a fine spirit throughout the season. They were a valuable aid in furnishing competition for the first team. Q - Members of the team. are: Joe White, Alvin Wilson, Clyde Stronach, Cecil Smith, Harry Crew, Willis Kelley, Harold Reynolds, Joseph'Nick, Monroe Tipton, Frederic Miller, Jack Hepp and Vivian Crocker. Fifty-nine 11 T13 E . i 1.1, 1 1 ,1 11 11, 3 1,1 .1 ,f 1.1 1 I 'Li 13,1 .1. 11 ,,. .liar 11 1 3' X lg 1 ,E 1, fi 111. l 11 127' Ha 131. -1 ,Qi 651 H C' Mg X 1 if ,lx xl ll iff la! llwifii if - i7i'1l ir gl fe ' g ..1, .1 '11, 11 J,.1,,k, 1 l 1-,I JL, 1 ,1 fi 1411111 1 vig ,sl 15-J 1 ,N 1 1 '1 W, 1 1 I 1 1 11 1 1 I x - '! if .jim 511311 si- 'Sgt 11 1:1 Fifwf, 319 .wi D FM' ,,1. . l x M gin iff H15 E 1 .fig 114 111 111 ' 1 fi 21 111.2 Sl ,. W1 iff 1 HH? 'g 1 1: .1 1,5 1 L31 Y, ' , IP 1 1 il ll. 1 'L 11' Y ., 1, 1 I f i v LEM l l r x Y sw fill Half is ,vf M 1. ,W fll ll dl ' l l l L xr , , X il' ,N ,V Y A c XX iiii iiiiiii VW W , all lull .V I - - - - - U U xii' lg ailumnr il-hgh Svrhnnl Basket Lila 'Pam Iwi ti ll .l V ggi, lf ' , l F l xl N lx 7 b lb x gl Y Q1 1 i i F V A Sl E ,xg ll ,ll ll: f H wi l f' W' 5 A, H, if 5, W r i, lk 4: l S, First Row-Williams, Longnickel, Brunk. w Second Row-Pendleton, Johnson, Ivan' Sanders, Weldon. ' , Rx' Z QR - ll ' , if f 3 . The junior high team of 1926 was not a championship quintet, but fought hard W W and showed a fine s irit in all the ames layed. It won about half of the ames 5 S gl p g P g ky , p .N played, and held its opponents to low scores in each contest. ' Ivan Sanders was elected captain of the teamat the beginning of the season. iff' 7 fx l li p He played a good game at forward. l The members of the team are: Ivan Sanders, VJ alter johnson, Glenn Brunk, Y Ray Williams, Charles Weldon, William Pendleton, Harold Longnickel. l li i 1 I , i K gl 'K iw 1 r llgli n ,i Nl l? ll i ig hrs if X l lf , fl . rl ., all ll' Els ll' ll, L QQ lfgfgl 4' , l ! hy p Sixty A i i my f-mm..f,, lgsgll ' lf 'tml g X517 ,'f21i7f'1?a,sg,,,ff '-3?if"'slZ-lfa 'M' 'n ' jp-:ss,5f1f-sffaqfgfadgfge--4+-3 gffjj e ffl 2115! ia. Q F9 e'?f'a W WE ifw f N43 If ff 3 - 5.4 Silli Ci Z A cs 5 fi by? 7 ?' 3.3 b A 4 J 'Ai if A 'S f I M I Ni X' 2' , ls , Qs J I Ny l y 4 Glrark ' , If xw A ' S 2 x E! W. y 3 4, 4., ff 5. :.,f,.f'. A il 2 .si ying' 1 Z3 - f. l. .. .N ,zijn yifill l' ffl! lv-J li .i ml lihvl 'l 'U ijxff 1 XV" - 'lla li-'Ll NK rf .LM ,Q ,Mai 9 .til 1 - l H.. i E UMW 'Hr i M Wiq' .H i l lf' w li .V will ,wil lgig-5 .lf lla Hifi .F Srl! l 'J' lid l pi lb l . W . 4, 5114 5 If 1 w.1J-.' lf, ., Ui 'ifwjxllf I Q .QR . I, .1 1 f Xl. ll, gi! az hell. fi 'llf law lilfffr-l 1 Htl' .E if EQQEH' was 1, Q ni x 1, tl lf. 2 S l' M 1,9 Q lxzkl :E V l 1' if Q, -1 . ifvvninr High Svrhnnl Efrark Cifeam First Row-Reynolds, C. Stronach, Schlegel, F. Payne, V. Young. Second Row-F. Miller, Ash, H. Miller, E. Kennedy, Gelvin. Fifteen men tried out for places on the 1926 Argentine high school track team. Several letter men were among the aspirants for track honors. A Last year the team was very successful, winning first places in the state and national meets, in addition to many other meets. The team, for the second conf secutive year, won cups for the '22Ofyard run, mile relay, and medley relay at the Baker Relay Carnival. - A ' ' Edmun Ash won first placein his class in the 220 and 44Ofyard runs at the National high school meet at Chicago last year. y t This year the team entered the Baker Relay Carnival, the Kansas Relays, the state meet, and several other meets, and carried off high honors. Sixty-'l'.W0 'Q L1 A2 .wi 1 , -l "5'if'. rw ,il l , 315 'I l .if Auf, fm. 1 'Il ,ff . ' l . .1 J.: Aww i 1 X U si I ll il? Zkf 58.9, Lzl ' :III ll' if re all s lift! ww ig 'fj fire? Lf. 'fi lfifw Wil Ffil F. lk r 1' l fd' ill N, lf Y. ilu.: gfily llmfxxil lgaxlll 7. 1, EVE. swag' ll la WJ: ical iii gl va lift "1 l 1,1 ls 'lifli ilfillig HIE-' ,,Q EP? 535374 .mi A . ,., 5542? fill, ,li Sigel may . ' l V if EM-ffl 9 fffi if in - ef ., ,, . if ' r 9 l lk, 'F 2 If ' . 4: i if Fir-fl 3.5. if 1,12-if ii fyg J, l gil li. 1 1 X 1 1 l 2 1 g A Q ,i 11- 2 i- l 'l 1 fl 1 -1 1 1 11 ifi fl' l -1,11 j 1511-3 1-5 ll f 1 9 5 f lj "Iv '.,1 l , 3 l 1? j 1, ,l LAJAE k . 11 zzjl, L1 .limi 1C- 'bil ,fyp x ., . I will flu, if ff.-. , ,, 1 , .vs Q' 2. Aft-pf . 231 .I l 1 l P1 U111 il ::-'35 lifiill F11 11 155.1 A j 52 llifl, gy W4 I 52. 1 Q1 wil 15 flip. 111 Q, ll 1? f. jj f E11 wh. ljf iL,S41A1jj yjalf' lflj 15? lil il 1133.131 El?-Thi 11nQl11 jifbfll ll. :j3'1 3li'4"'1l ji, , .11 x-.la L ,.1,j ' 111 l1fif.'f li 'V lj 1111 i 1" Q l M110 1 1M 5 if i 1' ,Q j l 1 l -1 1 l . l l ilnninr High Svrhnnl Efrark Umm 1,:',l1 4, 1 l Cf- V, lg I 1 1 mal X W1 Fx 112 013 ll 'A' rw. K. Na 1 1111 I 0 1 1 '7,' 1 51. 1 Qffjkrlj ffff 1 lf' - - I , -, 11 if Ll W111 uf? Wy? 1192 Il Q31 aff? f I 'TAN 1 'P' . '11 I 1 ll Us f- 1 1 1 1' X, l 1 1 Q1 3 il 1.. ,.,,, ,, ..,, , , 1 . 16211311 ' Elf 5531 First Row-1Hale, Condron, Williams, Derrington, Brunk, W. Jones. 1 f x l 93, Second Row-Irons, Cannon, Rice, W. johnson, Anderson, Viffells, Goddard. T' Q1 it M lm' 1 iff inf 1 . ,1 The junior high track team competed in several meets this year. It made a Y lil! . A,A1 I good showing. This is the third year the junior high has had a track team. 1 1 H212 This year the team ,entered several important meets, and also competed in meets with other junior high 'teams of the city. It competed in the high school meet held lj ,sung 1, 'wp 1.. in conjunction with the Kansas Conference meet in Convention Hall, Kansas City, - - l lla MISSOUII. 1 r1 ' 1 . Wflf Elkay . . . . - - 'JF il The junior high team worked faithfully throughout the season, and did well . . 1111: in all the meets it entered. Several members of the team should be first team material 1l?f23 next year. I lilfi' fiffll 11 ifffgll l.f:.f'21 1-hi' 1- 1.1 1' 1' fl , .1 IIQWE Sixty-three I . .A v Y f,F.,,,LMm-W--mr-Q i A 1 T' '7 fj?Qf.i,,f'f- 5 , I fn ,W , K wifiiriifi. rx .ficgllia ,f f I RA jaw -, , ,, ,x--, ,7 pf ,ya x5Q lv' 1 l l f-ff psf, , ,Tl ,., f F 1-1-' -,WL-----PM --f-A-s------P----f---f-Q Q-A-4M--Af ' 'L' " ' ' ' ' ' if W. !g 'S '3 tr f ' ,ie5:?fifi'fg1,4iLr.Y.v.: 4. all.: fl, gjQ:.'3-YyfUfiid.i'fT,5 'A , A437 f Lia? fig: if sf Sn? 4' figga-,513 iq 1, 4, ' lfffcfw 1,-5:5 '-ff4"i'fjQfifQ'f1Lg9"'gQx'7"3i5"'y'2'?75l? Q", "i'f5L".ll115"f""ifrfliT::-:iff-H 'f1'vf:1:'::3t iz1lYli'?l1t,.."if'2f 'if ', Iiil fri if i 'f?l.,'f'gE,,2lc14, iii.: gil ,N ,r1,,,,,-Y---v .,. f' ff "WF" W - 'AN' -- --- ----wr----,--:.L1':l,7::1..,4- A--W, ' -- . .A-.--3. . - --- -,. . ,,,,,!k, K , , V. K QV. ,z lr :ffl 1 5 " U! l,. 1 1 . tl N. 'J ilj ff. , ' akiq, 66 7' h gm 1' ' at ill' 11 ffrffl Q QM l l .fi lf 31, " 'f " wi ev ll' W lf! ' 1- A X ' 1 I l all 2 'fl "F ll 193 'lf'6j1 9 ' ll P l ,I ' Ni' M W XX! I ' I Y u I 1 5 -l. l 1' , ll ' ' L 1 K Q Q lf , j , IW ' ll '12 l ' , in il V ,pl h qi l, f. l 'l 1 rl :. 1, , x XJ 1 1 V V l , ' . 1 H 5 Q 1 ,AJ N , N i '4 Q ' xg" 1,4 5 ,,, f1,. VP x - ' 1 ' First Row-Brunk, Thomas, Small, Vohs,' M. Tipton, F. Payne, White, H. Miller, 4 ' 1 H. Reynolds, 'Ed. Kennedy. Second Row-Price, Kelley, Ash, F. Miller, A. Wilsofn, Hepp, Gelvin, Flower, McCamish. Ig The "A" club is an organization founded by and consisting of young men who have earned one or more first team letters in any of the ,high school's four major l 5 A, .FE " 1' ,' , l iii +A H A l i l Y . 1 ,4v' , vf l :V I 1, 'XZ V sports: football, basket ball, baseball or track. I . 1 ' gi ' This club was or anized in 1920 to romote athletics, to secure a closer cofo era' 'X , s 9 P P y , !,l tion among the members of the teams and of the student body, to insure the success l of the teams b aidin them in an wa ossible, to create an interest of fellow 5, .-.i V5 in Y g Y Y P ,L 4, ' V ' students and townspeople in attending the games played by the teams, and to cultif Q l vate and promote true, -clean sportsmanship in the high schools. J ' My Each year the club gives an entertainment. The money collected in this way P ' : . . 'll P- . goes to pay for the banquet which is given every year by the club. 12' Alf, The requirements for entrance to the club are: for football, la in fifteen full X, P Y s , 4 f 1 quarters in first team games during the season, in basket ball, playing in twofthirds ,Lil gp of the games of the season, in baseball, fortyffive innings are required, and in track 13-Q 'gi one first and two second places in dual meets are required or placing first, second ' or third in any event at the state meets. p . if 'Xl ' 'jg' m . QFFIGERS. Q . P l P'f6S10lCHf --------- ............................ R aymond 'Thomas .If ViCe'PreSidew1:-.-, ........... ........ I ames Tipton , 'l f ' " SCC7'Cf6l7'y"T7'6LlSuTC7' .....,. ,,,-,,, I amgg Vohg l,',' Se1'gecmtfatfA'rms ......... ,,,,, E dmtm Ash . Kifzil Eg! R Slxty-four lag, "f'?' fu-I-:f1?f,'1-'xv -.....-..,...,,,,,, f...,,,,, ,,-4 - - L -:fi 7 ff' 2 53 Q: 'av.fe:1'::f':i'ff2l1l 'W' ' Amfkffx - P . ,fan-QJJPFW-if i'f..L:,ffiSfi2 ...' .... -i , Girlz' Athletira 1 l 4 jf 1 ik ,Wl ,y wr 5 L , M ,Eb sl I wg V " ' 2, 3153 Hi: l W- 1' lik Mi 'x N Ky' 'il ii ,Q 'iiriifl fxwl iii Nfl! LMA ll , li: 'ix will QM P iii FH fiilfi ggifl ,x , il-fra? ,QQ , iljf il s, X si, N Jn M J! ldv 'Jil W will K FI 5 Vi Nw 15 l, IN . i ff, 1, 'S f ' 1 li RQ, l 5 fi' tn. 1 Q il M hi, 3 Q 1 pil 5 x, 1 is 'i iggf pn. 'sw . 1 li, 3 .1 ' 1 1 , 'W i ,L flrij Q xl 'i 'NJ Z YJ- 13 ,li Q 1 l l i I Us H Qbftirmi nf CEirla'AIhlr1ir Qllnhi 1 Miss Dunmire QSponsorj, Loveland, Dillon, Ryan, Mamie. ' V The Girls' Athletic Club was organized in September, 1925, for the purf pose of promoting interest in gymnasium and athletics and to develop a spirit of good sportsmanship. Membership in the association is open to all girls in the junior and senior high school who are interested in athletics. A In order to maintain membership for the next year in the association, a memf ber must make twentyffive points. , 1 A letter is awarded to a girl making six hundred points. The points can be made in volley ball, basket ball, hiking, swimming, gymnasium work, track and in keeping health rules. A girl making three hundred points is awarded a class numeral. A bar is given with a letter for every one hundred points over six hundred. OFFICERS. PT6SiCl611f ---------- ..---......................... I osephine McMahon VicefP1esident ...... ,..,-,,-,,,,,.,--, M ayig Ryan Secretary --........ ....... D orothy Mamie Treasurer ---------------.- ........ A da Loveland Business Manager ..,,. ,.,.,., E diph Dillon Sixty-six y is i siaaii I , Eli I i -.4 l, lf" " '71 1 ' ie., HN lf-':'1l lf UE' EQ f. with-Ji fri 1 ,Li ffl: tgsyw 51741 QE sf ll , , 93.2 as li, l , vw, gi M Q ll i Q al ,f, lg 'V' J , , 155 CPCJ glial 1 1 5 I '-4 ln, All l 'pl af ll xp 1 X H i 5 S,-1 fu ' 2 A X fi i, 4 4, R. s ' 1 1 ff 7! Z 2 apt xll 1 wi ,ff 1' at T lgli 1 1 1 'J ml-Wil g up ,. 1,4 2, e Hkiiffii -if I x ,,: fi 745 if 552 li s gf- if ,gm Wifi W 1- , fl al' ,fi 1 Va M1 - .fy .-'V-QE' F5 i ' lffvfr' -fl.-X iff-Hi, A' I :A 4' inf" liiilllgiwfgbfff Zgaiikvt Ball Umm First Row-V. Smith, Rice, Woodruff, Gehrrnan, F.. Johnson, Ferreira. Second Row-Miss Dunmire CCoachD, V. Campbell, Gallup, Hatfield, Sheffendecker, M. Greene, H. Wise. ' . Third Row-dA. Smith, D. Campbell, Ohrmundt, Condron, Purvis, Haag, Halcomb, 'Bakerp This is the first year the girls have had a basket ball team. Teams were chosen by Miss Ruth Dunmire, physical training instructorj ' Interfclass tournaments were held, each class playing the other classes. The senior team succeeded in defeating the other classes. The team was composed of Leola Gehrman, center, Violet Smith, running centerg Iris Rice, forwardg Frances Ferreira, forward, Edith YVoodruff, guard, Erlene Johnson, guard. Twentyffive points were given each girl playing a full game. Fifty points were given to each member of the winning team. The championship was won when the seniors defeated the freshmen 11 to 7. . p Prospects for good teams next year are favorable, as most of the members of the teams will be back. r The basket ball games have caused more girls to be interested in athletics, and to show better sportsmanshipi - Edith Woodruff was chosen captain, and Leola Gehrman, assistant captain of the senior team. . Sixty-seven 'ffl I-it y". -if' 24: 5 Al J., ity i E Q l 5 l ,. 4 ',,. a . .il -ii, if is 0 f seize ,U if iq all 1 .. il in iii fm, f ,Q ii li iii Wig 5, L, i by f 1 ,Qi L Cf g i, L 6 . fi 2? . pi V i f I if fi, i I r. lil' W Wigzfg 1 ffl ,. JF!! 1 4 S 1 QI! ji 2 3,5 .fi -: X ii r i 4 rl, z M ,sp Il 3. J i if H W Zi 75 l -if f ? if USE' Av r 'I 54, GM 'Z FY? 1 f l rlawxg 1 I 1 ga F 111. l' 'Q' ll. I, .11 1,1 WZ, U 1' .1 1 i.. 1. ,rf I' at 51 I .115 i'f1'fl'. 11 I il I1 ' l 11 11 31 fa i1 T1 '21 1-,m ,1:""'1 1 'R QE 111, Dil 1 . . Weil 11, 3 fill 1 1 :ii 'ing 1111! Plym 1,,l1 Will ' 1 lilllw 111111 ,A 11 Hill .1 Juff-.., f- F1175 ll if 5 fi 5.1 M liflif 5135, ,Ai l1.1 Nl it 1 L, N il X1 W .111 119 1--11 11 lf?" ,121 H1 1 152.11 11- xii! Mi:ULf'.J.Q 11'l .1 1 .'s"' 111115 lllifwv H1251 .1 Qlixifll W ii V. , .1 . 21' 111 'Y 1 ll' i 1 1 1 11, 1 Wg 1 1 1 I 1 Hnllvig mall Gram l I ..1, .M1. 1 - ' First Row-Baker, Hamilton, Johnson, F. Wilson. I Second Row-Halcomb, Condron, Haag, Purvis, Ohrmundt, Bishop. V Volley ball teams were chosen from the gymnasium classes of Argentine high school for the first time this year. p A A A team was picked from each class and interfclass tournaments were held. The sophomore class succeeded in winning the tournament when it defeated the junior class team. Each memher of the winning team received fifty points toward a letter. A letter is given for six hundred points. The members of the winning team are: Doris' Purvis, Dorothy Condron, Loreta Haag, captain, Agnes Smith, Fern Wilson, Martha Bishop, Luella Ohrmundt, Helen Young, Martha Hamilton. Sixty-eight 1 1 : M 1, y .. 1-1 1 1 H5214 Ei! 11.1, 11 41 t 1,. I 1, 11: 1, 1 J,- ll 11 ii 'QE 111 3- 1 E ff: gp, 1 ii 1 1 if 1 li T ,l 1 1 'Vi .l lik L Lai 1 lf'1 3 ' ? il . S1 le'5f1'1 52.11 'Lf 1 1 31113111 glaifil ii',?!9l 1r- f a Elgfflvkd Xl W I :IS 12" llfffb M1 lim Elffllgll Li ll t Ai 1 ff. 1 if Sip , 1 2. 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'Anti KC i X , my .ll . Ji' 1 ' ' .L ' ' . We I . J X . PF ff I -'N' 'MAT' Wm J ftlfl . MQ! nity , J, , I 1 M U , Mg 1- ,, 1 :fi A --all ' 1' ,QSi3jQfl -du , 3 ' , X 1 'V I , a ' g .4 ---,Ji ,imw X, 3 L i WH rfisfrikiilyl, 7-arf' if , i i iw i,,rrI! 4,5 I if Nkiffxzxixs i www' . .1 'rx '-ff? if 751' 1 3 33 kbvh,J?" 1 1 i A 1 'fr .1 2, . Mg! X-Lain X1 i . ami, E,,,,,,,,1,z,,,F-,..,,fumgQv:..5,f1- aamnfielze .:,,s::f,,51-me-gas: .ff-,,,.'.f.f 2, -.za ,'1af41f:srm1T.1, --.-,ua-wagraam.-i,1aw2a,.sma-.-:J -1-ffedvgy. aa,..,,:: .i.,-.,..a,..,wg-rwaafl-1, ease., In the fortyfsix years since Argentine had its beginningg it has grown to be one of the most important industrial sections of Greater Kansas City and is one that is constantly growing in size and importance. It also has several handsome residence sections. v-3,3 ,J ,.f. 5 , X W 42 L, , if , I ,f 1 ,V ,ma-f.:,,,,,,,a-,i.-1f,- ..,. ..,,,,s,-,,,r, ,T ...V ,sg fiiliyaafgaaqa-,Q-:f.aZEiEe.:,g, 3,4 , , V 1 ij fri i ,LL ,-V, V f-R 1 P ' rf' V 1"' a ..,- ...a,--,,.-.,. ..,v..,. N. W A. ,,, ,111 1 iv' V1 v Q, W--V, WH-- ,. , rg Y - 4 , . . -1,-,:?'U'-Qiyfxglti 1 -rw r' rf' KTQI' ci. fx 0 . 'N f, 5 f 1,- 4 77' "-' "T--- .. i I ,7 ,Ay ,, Q 1 5 f I . 5 v I I . , 1, w Xm 1 N' X1 1' Ffa vi? 55 P ,QPU Yxjlwx ,my 1 1 ,X 1,5 1 QT .M wx Ag J E53 .J fm . Ma W N xg, H wg l S, . L01 XT l I' fl i , Ml L MQ It I, 3 Q1 SW N ,f 11 V, P Q 1 V. 2 K' H 15 ' X-lj Q N M FR M fl ,lixkw L F ' fx FATE' W 'Q v E X, ,. V1 M, ,eg X W 1 4 QS, WF 'v.k.1 .1 41. NL- x IHA W1 L54 Y ,1 A 44 '54 ' ew Vfla 1. N wlhxpi ,. 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J FC, ,7',. l'4 N 1 W E xl ., X 5 x J .K . ,rl-"'1"' H S M if A F3 If 4 Wx' f ag x f.,,: f,'fC' Ewa M W. is wx 5 rg, Q 5 ,U A s 1 i , , , .J , , '1 rv vw Shi Li N f ff32g'i5 E, , gp qw iff fig? Lgwi , JH fs VI?-E 1- Nfffl MMM 1 'V5f': T fi! s 1 1 ,qi ,1 ,Y 'yzf 3-Xhnanrvh llnurnaliam Gllaaa First Row-Hogan, Davis, W. Campbell, Murray, Daugherty, Gelvin, McCamish, Arden Cain. Second Row-Duvall, Ryan, M. John, D. Wheeler, Miss Taylor fSponsorJ, V. Smith, Savage, Cook, Merritt. ' T The Argentian, the high school paper, is edited mainly through the efforts of the advanced journalism class, twice m-onthly. The advanced class is divided into two divisions, the upper, or third year students, and the lower, or second year students. The third year students are taken from the second year students of the ' previous year, and the second year students are advanced fromi the beginning class of the year before. W ' The class has organized a Press Club, to which members are admitted only after meeting certain requirements. The Press Club makes it possible to get a letter in journalism by earning a total of one thousand points in the school year. The points are given for various types of work, and are very hard to obtain. ' . The Press Club gives an annual banquet for its members. This year about twentyfthree guests and thirtyfeight members attended. - . OFFICERS OF THE PRESS CLUB. Fresiclent ..............................................................,....... Marie Ryan VicefPresident ....... ........ H ewitt McCamish Secretary .......... ............ j' ack Murray Treasurer ....... ................. ..... o ................... ........ F l o renee Cook THE STAFF MEMBERS: Editor' .............. . ................... Emmet Daugherty Athletics, ..,,,,,, ........ Lloyd Gelvin Mc1lQ6'Up Editor' .................. Vfarren Campbell Features ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, .,.,.,. N orman Davis ASSiStc1Tlt Make-Up Editor ............ Arden Cain C. I , M 3 ,,,..,,,.,,,,,,, Arden Cain News Editor ......-......................... Tviarie Ryan wcu anon lmagey ............ Daisy Wheeler' Assistant News Editor... ., ...... Florence Cook ,,,,..,,.,, Boyd Hogan School Editor ................. ........ V erna Duvall Advertising Managers. -.Hewitt MeCamish lAxSSiSfdTl11 School Ed1ftO7' ................ Ruth Savage ' ,,,YXfg,7'rgn i H 1 ....... .. ....... Violet Smith Business Manager ......... ...... . ,,,.. I ack Murray ACUUUICS Editors ....... Beulah fenkins Bookkeeper ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, R uby Merritt i . ........ Madelyn john Seventy-two i F I . yf,., Vs 1 , ri' I i I 1 'rf ,. 1.1. li, W , . 1 1, .ffl 1, 1 f if ,rl .4 r, T. gif. i ,V 1, f' H l feral .-N . 83 jJ I jr, lr . ,jg i 54: lr .1 tif :fi cs' -if -mm ls-'V V551 it 'E ,Q rw, R Vx -, 1 A'-t YE? rg ins 1. U 1 i1 V ,f F. j vw ei mwjq jygy 3,-if. 1 v 1... 1 ji l 1-U V 1 1 5 i lug I ,i 1: --.K ., .75 K, .I , . 1 rf- N1 lie if 4 X 1 J' xpxj aria fri 1,42 fl' Zllirzt Hear Elnurnalizm Gilman First Row-Merritt, Lovelace, Rogers, Thompson. V Second Row-Miss Taylor flnstructorj, Bishop, Ohrmundt, Purvis, Haag, Co-ndron, Patrick. Third Row-Cathcart, Crockett, Burke, Cheak, Persky, Belshaw, M. Shores, Graham, Hamilton. The beginning journalism class is composed of the best students chosen from the freshman English classes of the previous year. In former years there was only one class, but on account of the large number of students calling for this subject, two classes were organized this year. P lThe members of the beginning class are eligible for membership in the Press Club, a journalism organization of the school by having a certain number of inches printed in the paper, and complying with other rules. A The merrubers of the beginning class are eligible for a letter in journalism under the same conditions as the advanced class. ' The beginning journalism class has contributed a great deal to the various issues of The Argentian, the high school paper. The class made up and edited alone, the fourteenth issue of the paper. The members of the beginning class are all news reporters on the staff of the paper. The members of the staff: Martha Bishop, Myra Belshavv, Frances Burke, Irene Cathcart, Margaret Cheak, Dorothy Condron, Marjorie Graham, Loreta Haag, Martha Hamilton, Trevor Lovelace, Paul Merritt, Harry Mize, Luella Ohrmundt, Goldie Patrick, Sophie Persky, Arthur Price, Doris Purvis, Mabel Shores, Galen Thompson, Glenn Rogers, Maurine Crockett. . Seventy-three 1 -.r. 1 1 C 1. g.!f,. f1a1f11 11 f . Jai :fl'11:1 - VJ 71 1. 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The theme of the book this year is historical, tracing the history of this locality from the time of the Indians to the presentg I . V The purpose of an annual is to bind together a record of all the activities of the school year. The Argentian for the last three years has been given an allfAmerican rating at the National Contest held by the Central InterfScholastic Press Association at the Unif versity of Wisconsin. Last year it won first place in the state contest held by the Kansas State Agricultural College at Manhattan, Kansas, and received a loving cup from the Art Crafts Guild in Chicago. In 1920 the first annual under the title "Argentian," was published. The idea originated with F. L. Schlagle, who was principal of Argentine high school at that time. ' ' STAFF . Marie Ryan ...... ................... E ditor Ray Laughlin Ada Loveland 11 A I Ed' his Rice .Kodak Editors Violet Smith 1 """"" sslsmm H3078 fosephine McMahon Emmet Daugherty .......... Athletics Editor Dorothy Mamie Lee Sorrels A Ed, Edith Shores U ------- Classes Lillian May ------- -"--"'- T t 115078 Warren George Morrison 1 Cecil Smith .................. Business Manager Margaret Bruce ------Organizations Victor jean--.-------.-Advertising Manager Verna Duvall Frances E. Taylor .......... Faculty Advisor Daisy Wheeler. -- ...... ,Photographs , -Seventy-four L, .-- ..,, . WELL. ,,f.f.:, . ...,.p.-...... . ,, ,.,....,.L, .1 -1 v- ---v-vf-- - M, ,-,,,,,,,,-Q ,W A,-,Ag-,gx J,w,,k 4, L Y-A, , ,r A ,V gxgy, - M, W-Q,-,g,,,,,,l! Li'--,Lis , - " 4 ,113 A gi, 1. W1 7, ,f-1' H -A if-.7a-g:F .qrglflj-2-J, -5. - L .-H' :,f..v.Yl::fd.:W W ..-..s1'-AD.. 1:.. ...LL-.-, ,.. fwfr.. :w..,u- 1 1 ,mqaigx tae' '- ,-71.-,1g.':1gzC1'.1.giL!x' 'Q C 1 , gf 1 - :1-,. fr fy -,L A. ,I Mg, W ,,,,, W , ,R M,--G-x:,,,,+N-, , 3 V ,v A pm- qlimh v ,,,v,fw,ki-,L 11 111511111 ici 41. 1511121 1 127 15W 1151 1 1 1 1 11111 11 . 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Paw...--,hmv-,f, n,,, ..M.w..,.-Y N, Mmm A N, ,...,,.,,,....,.,......,..--.....,-,, .-..,. - ..- . --JW --W--,.V---W---W-7-nw -- Ammnrvh flbrrhpztra p First Rovv+Beeler, Atherton, Sprague, K. Dean, Miss Baptist fDirectorj. Second Row?-Laughlin, Hogan, Fellows, Lazzo, Frye, A. Sorrels, Harrison. Third Row-Schlegel, Proctor, Shutt, Berry, H. Wood, Tippie, Leada May, A. Campbell Beginning Gbrrhvztra First Row-Miss Baptist fDirectorj, Mitchell, Davidson, Lattin, Hiatt, W. Breedlove. Second Row-Rowland, Ballmer, E. Peck, Davis, W. Winter, Foglesong. Seventy-eight V7 9 W7 f' 5 I , K ' ' Z -'-. ' E Hx . K . ... ' I , 1 . z X , I PTI 1 tl .5 Ji XE 'K' I1 S XX F 6' 2 bfi ? Qllnhn jf bf . T' g ,fl-A Svrninr High Svrhnnl Quant Svnrivtg First Row-W. Campbell, Daugherty, Davis, H. Miller, Atherton, Gelvin, F. Miller, Merritt. Second Row'-Miss Taylor fSponsorj, Haas, A. Reed, B. Wilson, Savage, Rice, V. Smith, Persky, Purvis, A. Wilson, L. Sorrels. Third Row-Hamilton, Graham, Crockett, D. Wheeler, Duvall, McMahon, Ryan, Cook, A Bishop, Chrmundt. The Argentine High School Honor Society was this year admitted to membership in the National Honor Society. The purpose of the National organization is to 'create an enthusiasm for scholar' ship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character. 1 , J- r . 3 Q ' Not more than fifteen per cent of a senior class is eligible for membership. Five per cent of the junior class is eligible during the last month of the sixth semester. Those chosen must have a scholarship rank in the first fourth of their re' spective classes. Argentine high school also has an honor roll to which sophomores, juniors and seniors are eligible and to which students are elected' each six weeks. The names of thirty students have been on it some time this year. SENIORS. JUNIORS. SOPHOMORES. Daugherty, Emmet Duvall, Verna Smith, Violet Campbell, Warren McMahon, Josephine Wheeler, Daisy Ryan, Marie Sorrels, Lee Wilson, Alvin Miller, Harold Rice, Iris Wood, Helen Deskin, Gwendolyn Atherton, Harry Fisher, Geraldine Miller, Frederic Wlilson, Bessie Savage, Ruth Merritt, Ruby King, Jessie Cook, Florence Reed, Alan Gelvin, Lloyd Davis, Norman Bishop, Martha Graham, Marjorie Ohrmundt, Luella Persky, Sophie Crockett, Maurine Hamilton, Martha Purvis, Doris Merritt, Paul Haas, Paul Beaumont, Eugene Baker, Lillie OFFICERS: President .................. ................... ....... E m met Daugherty VicefPresidefnt ....,.. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, R uby Mew-in Secretaryfreasurer ........ ....... M amine Crockett Eighty . f 1 , it ' . 5, -fE3,,Y'f'lfffP A HV 'xffsii-i4fsQvr,3:a,71y sv bij Q ,-gi' , ,radii .. . r , ...- lfzfi W JI 0 9 Q Q E37 1541 ' 'ml ,ji umnr Mtgh Svrhnnl tgnnnr Svnrwig , ,SW assi c i sz X P-j . i fin? E it N 552' iv af? is i f ir Qfii FIC 1 4 ,T vvvgqg 'll fry First Row-Mitchell, I. Persky, Foster, E. Van Scyoc, F. Faust, G. Iohnsonf F. Johnson, Stott. V ii fi, Second Row-G. Thomas, McKnight, Scott, M. Reed, A. Lopate, Foglesong, Miss Wilhite ' li l CSponsorj, Leep, E. Clark, Burns, D. Clark. i 1, Third Row-Walpole, Svveezy, Post, B. Redvvine, Graham, M. Green, Cockriel, D. Daugherty, il by Fuller, Gorsage, Hanna. , 5 Fourth Row-Delice Earhart, Dorothy Earhart. 1 IA A I The Junior High School'Honor Society was organized in 1924. Membership Q is based upon the four following qualities: Character, service to the school, leader' 17,4 ship and scholarship. ' X Y L . X Mlembership in the organization is limited to tvventyffive members, ten students . from t e ninth grade, eight' students from the eighth grade, seven students from the l X Q seventh grade. , f QA lg, The purpose of the association is 'to establish a high standard for scholarship, to offer opportunities for aiding the school, to develop character in the students, A f and to assist in the promotion of leadership so as to aid the school as a whole. X X' , ,ff- Eligibility is determined by a majority vote of the faculty. An active member 2 Bai in the society must retain the standard work during each six weeks. If a member i i should fail in any of the requirements, he is given the opportunity as a suspended 'fl member to regain his position in the organization. ' F SQ The president of the society is chosen from the ninth grade, the vicefpresident X from the eighth grade, and the secretaryftreasurer from the seventh grade. E7 Miss Bess Wilhite is sponsor of the society. ' 7' . OFFICERS. ' MI Q. i','f"x Pyegidem ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, - ................ ........ W inifred Gorsage , ' . . . lvl fig! , ViCefPfes1dem ............. .....- V Wgmld Walpole lag 1- Qi ll gif! fig Secreta'ryfTr6c1Sw'6Y .-..... ------- E Um Gmlwm ,Iggy Eli irllil ER '21 Eighty-one ,lg ll' K L . ii Sgffgs.-.":-.5::-,,4f-"-:T:v3L:::gt1:11-:r'-:M :.:1'4fl1f'3f"ZT-'?T1A1Tl'-I "'li-i--"-Q-v-----'---N----f--- --- -f -- -- - as-Wi l . 5 5.1. . 5.1 n' -'ll . l My 13 l oil 'l Ll ' , l all sri l ' if it rlk 1 . ,V 4. lv, Chl w ly C. by if F il frgl ll ll l ' r. i lp , V ft, L ll 4 K- rf T xl M ll HM , . WA :Pri i :Sill P all TR. 3 S ax le ,V l .Nil , dlffzl 'mf M-ni -5 w it ll N , -4? axial! mfg i mtg. Y Pill w. . l,""Nf .fx ,sq ,. lfrs 2 W a il ,X Jil.. C. . a. 'lp' 'Ui 1.51 ,Q . A: - zuxjiefyyfii c'-ffiifijf ' 1-, YH: . m,.-,,: -Y-. -A-s - - -4-Y-Y---Af f---5 ga-ggirrcgy, ' Nb . ,f I ry - pf!! ff -ra ,fx - Ljff was .Ss VW N'I,,..r.,. Y,,,.,,. . .. . , ,. Y .1 .fifljf .il iii!! if ff H :J 4-if IFF? ff' -I AQ f fl-QE' fi f-if'f1:H-l,:',!:'- f-.Qi333:11-1111,f55raQ.fi:Tg.2a52555:,QT-fif2?ff1f5:?5E1iZ511gQL:if.ip55:5-:.age.-Q:.fLie:sf -2-ff-if-f-7 9111212111 Olnunril First Row-F. Miller, Longnickel, Murray, Vohs, Ash, Hagood. Second Row-Jean, McMahon, Ryan, C. Smith, Bruce, E, Wise, Haag, Daugherty. This year is the first time a student council has been organized in Argentine, high school. The purpose of the council is to provide student participation in the adminisf trative policies of the high school, bring about closer cofoperation between 'faculty and student body, and secure a medium on questions which should be agreeable to the faculty and students. The council helps make the laws and see that they are enforced. ' Some of the problems of the council: To unify all the school activities, inf terpret ideals and standardsof conduct, and to sponsor the annual school exhibit. Membership consists of representatives from all vital factors in the school, such as: All class presidents, president of Girl Reserves, president of Booster Club, presif dent of "AM Club, editorfinfchief of the paper, president of Girls' Athletic Club, business manager of the paper, editorfinfchief of the annual, business manager of the annual. OFFICERS. President ......... ........ ................... R a ymond Thomas Vicefpresidcnt ........ - ......... fosephine McMahon Secreta'ryfTreas1,we'r .,... ..,,,,,,,,, A ndfrew Murray Eighty-two , J . ii ,Q N., 5 .il ., YQ' ,Tl aw , in In gre, .. -i S2 gi Q1 fe! lf mg a Q L36 7 tl iw .5 W X2 ' r l in li Rail il l Y 1 1 U l A I1 W! lffsfil l 4' rl 1 i ,' iff fl, 71 2-l fa F1 Q5 . ,fi fl ye all lffl T21 l, fl will 9142 1: 'll 3:5 YF ws-nge in f-4' 5524? igfflf if lla-T l 6 3 2- 11 lil ,-il lip? l?-lm lui,-W s -A l XT , V w , -V -, -,,, ,,-,-,,,,-,,,,-,5+-'-Q'-h- "1 W. ,-M , ' il '?:L'q4-...5,g '.:,4,j, qv' , ,ff .. "":'::,-.:1,:.,,cd....-,.,c..?----1' iw-.--.itffvis--Y-.ZLTQQQT1 IT:-'iq Lili 7:1174517-T::::'.:e:3.':::..,g S. f, xg, 'N 3211-f -HH-Q-bt pew -5'-15 sbs 9 9 6 ET? 4'r-xg: a ii. 1- 35,2 , a, . Z-'s,x-nf t ' f - af 2,35215Q-gffE,i1:aiaZr1f51:g fs f 4' C K' l XQX--N ---4 'T ' ' " 'T f, v, , -N . ff 4 . ,, -if ,Mig V 5. K. 1 X N 4 I fm ,l is .fi -XC i ,1'. Hg, 5. I l , i 1 -1 I fm 7 ls if ff 9,5 ., , A .Lg 'WEB' .WA 243' aff? ri? W ff? ww ' .... or il iff' 'i if , Mnnzter Glluh if if I "Q. .i . ilfl 55541 I Wi We Gil T Wi, f-Mi' if f' Q ia? if ,' ' fi we .5 si' f K .QQ T Rail ith? ri-al , Q-A1 ff? Wil i . 34171 UW First Row-M. Elam, Speaker, McMahon, Loveland, Mamie. 7' T Second Row-Bruce, Dillon, Ryan, Cook, K. Cotton, M. John, Erwin. i 1 . ' f , X43 X X :ag T H A The Booster club was organized in 1923 for the purpose of creating more enf S thusiasm and interest in school activities throughout the year. F. L. Schlagle, principal of theg school at that time, was the founder and organizer ELL' of the club. He chose nine girls and put the club into their hands. i ,t, 1 ' fl! The .constitution of the club states that at no time can the membership exceed hp, twelve members. This year the membership is twelve. At the end of the year, V is if 'ii' s 1 K 1 p A i if each girl graduating from school recommends one girl in the school to take her place I, in the club. If the girl meets with the favor of all members of the club, she becomes iii a member. No one can be a member with one vote a ainst her. lf I N g Wifw l- fl ' ilfgll This year the club with the help of the school bought uniforms. They consist flied, .if N I . - - " i w .C f E5 of white and blue sweaters, powder blue skirts and white and blue caps. W W1 1, gill OFFICERS. V xx ' r ' ,llgg President ,.,,.......... ...................... ...... I 0 sephine McMahon r Wil VicefPvesident ............. ........ M argaret Bruce Secreta1fyfTv'easw'e'r ........ ........ E dith Dillon WL' 'N .p.5,.:i 'iii H3512 at f 1 .wel fi' .AAT . ,J figffl A fit Umqlg lghty-three I .ff Ii if it ,,- aff W . A KA-.. ,,-nm, I, 1 2 il'LQ,,'. UA VW... .' ...Y -Y-. . v--' A Y VVYY Y V V Y... - a My-3-37:4 ,3f:..'iTf.IIJ'IA -' .-ni-f-TAT-Tl':41":,..:,74-1'.'11 4 , W M, -- . gi,"i5f V Ti' T '-'W kg T iirffy' i-Ti V a 5' Y 'fnjfi ff.7'iif ei lh7ff.fi f'Xf Qlxfl Q' ,,"' 'gf' V H ' ' ' ' 'f 1 A ' ' f - ' n-f' Kllix- 'J "' '- .av5i.fLvf.:. :,v'.ffr.' ,-123.1 .- 1, 15215225 - ilf' figgg f-1,,j1'g5 ' ' gf ,p.,a14-n,LLL--:,a::.a:---ff-,.-- -y.f-Jai m. .... .. H hmm A 2 1 i 1,. 1 -fl! i , ,, Q lv? ir' ' 1 ,1-Q , "' lixNfi'i iii". ill E-4, is if " li xl l" W , i 1 ,zyf -fi ll un 31 ill' 'Clif fr, My :H V- 1 WT ll. E' If l?'?-:fl ily gs: l, X 'L . Till xg' lwwvltifi wi' 4 1. 'l U ,V4'V'g uiQ':ij! mf , 'QVJY ' 4 wig .,, E lii ll K' SW. M W A l Q9 'il 94241: Hrs. 5 AJ lil 'lil lrijfj :Yagi li M' li if-f' ,l :iff qi-llfl H2272 liwzllfit ltr? l' it fl if :ik Ml il.: ll will will A 41,443 5 will l V rl ig N? 'lllxf if rw M. M,- ii' . ly li' V at A i, , l' il,,.!i' IV. M, ic: 'i ig. ir., WJ igxwglu it "ll mill- lt l iQ il Ii'-X, 'H' i iv il 4, .- ll--wi mug ml- r 5' w V i -1 i . Y. I , V.. 1 ,q' i CEM illivrsvrnvia First Row-B. Wilson, Gehrman, Sheppard, E. Shores, E. Johnson, Miss Koehler fSponsorj, p t Halcomb, Easter. ' Second Row-M. Scherer, Griffith, Keyes, Gunkel, Duvall, V. Smith, D. Wheeler, Woodruff, E. Johnson. Third Row-Loveland, Glassford, Alfreda Beil, Baird, S. Persky, S. Fisher, Pemberton, Cathcart, Moffett, McGuire. First RoW+Alberta Beil, Deskin, Tietge, Belshaw, Condron, Miss Rueggenmeier fSponsorj, S Lozier, Hamilton, Purvis. Second Row-Manz, Houts, M. Elam, Stockton, Harris, Sumner, Anderson, Ohrmundt, Foust. Third Row-iMamie, Bruce, Pendleton, Pursley, Tolbert, Madison, Cheak, Crockett, Campbell. Eighty-four .W .H . Y . V Y -- ,, . "rc'r"Ww . H .. . X .. - KV -li, ,SYN K i, xxx.. Y iw up kg , K ,- , , ' f ,Lg lv ffl. W ,sf -gif -15. X A- v .. . 117-gf - .. ,Y .. ,..o...,-,,. rf, rc WNY. --1, .. ., 'i .,, web 1.4.1 G ,N X T 'V ,I 1, r Q. im I X i Q -.i ,.. il ,. 'f vi Y A i ', v x 1 A N IA, 1 gi :Q ff? W if Q Q Wa as ms- f TLT? F535 T . Lmtm Qlluh lliijll Iii l " 4 xg V , A as V , W fb? ffl! was F54 F ff 1 ami fl N i li ibm K L , 5, M842 .ly :A C ' E i ii' w First Row-Wells, Bailey, Mitchell, I. Persky, Moore, F. Miller, H. Miller, E. Leep, Purvis, h Lloyd, Cox, Bordnerj L F if Second Row-Houts, M. Elam, Erwin, Bristow, V. Campbell, E. Clark, Af Smith, Gorsage, .X L Wolf, Hanna, Rogers. I 1 L Third Row-Miss McCormick QSponsorj, L. Leep, A. Campbell, Ballmer, Burns, S. Persky, i IK Graham, S. Fisher, Lopate, Seller. L T 5 Tx L . E V y . The Latin Club, Societas Latina, was or anized March 30, 1924, b members Ki .p , , g Y ly of the Latin, Caesar and Cicero classes of the high school. Any student who is in y anyof the Latin classes is eligible to membership. ' lfj I txx , 'I The purpose of the club is to stimulate interest in the study of Latin. S, if i . , Tl xg Meetings are held every other Tuesday. Programs consisting of games and f? i- . songs are given during the meetings. Each year the club gives a program in asf 2 'sembly to give the school some. idea of its work. ' A . ' 7 1 Miss Myrtle McCormick is sponsor of the organization. 'O . I V ' W -. I A , if , . - ,fi ii its OFFICERS. if f . w ggi President ,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ........... ......... H d 70161 Miller :Ni Viggfpyesident ,,,,,,. ..,...... M ildred Eiclm sal Secretary ............. ------- A gYlCS Smith ix C1-'TCd,S'LLTCT ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ....... F rederic Miller SevgeamfarfAfrms ...... ...... G lerm Rogers Mui V Eighty-five li .Jl ll 'fifll l. .,,.,,,,g M, . 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Second Row-Lakin, Green, Keele, Mr. Richards CSponsorj, Brown, Merritt, Linton. l lgarvnt-Efearher Aznnrieliinn The Argentine high school parentfteacher association is one of the most active in the city. Many of the families that are patrons of the school are represented in the membership by both the father and mother. ' Meetings are held regularly the first Monday of every month. The organization raises money each year to help the work of some department. This year a contribution was made to the art and music departments, as 'well as to the annual. L OFFICERS. ' Pr6Sid611t ....................... ....................... ......... M r s. L. S. Fisher First VicefPresiderLt ........ ...,,.,, rs, George Horne Second VicefPresident ..,... ,,,,.,,,,, ,M iss Com Luce Secretary ......................... ....... M rs. Fred Davidson Treasurer .............. ..... .... M r s. fumes Hale OFFICERS ELECTED FOR NEXT TEAR. President ---------------.-.-..................................... Mrs. O. M. Bordrzer First ViCefPresiderLt .,,.,,,, ,,,,,,-, M 75, M, Campbell Second Vicefilresidertt .,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,. M qq C. L, Richaydg Secretary -------.-............... ....... M rs. Fred Davidson 'Treasurer ...... ..... . Mrs. fames Hale Eighty-six rr :Jr l' l-if 1 ffhl Tlixfill 1 f if . fri Qi' E241 11 1,7 F Wi elif' ,X l lkifl rar .li xi, .1 3151-if llfiff ll?-ffl N143 Qfiiill lin ri . 1 iq - rev 1? .xx '. if 1? KA. s 6 A- . .fx 1 L l X 1: UH r ily if? - Efbi if 2 4 74. fx gf lil A21 V 1 ',:1 . N 1. ,fig 1,9141 1., w .r .1 E'J.lj Si Ilwnl-5 l 7, . A i1 I. X45 ,111 1, ,lgllf irgfzffl le. ffl? ' 'XV +-g p':g31 W! wa ' A - H?-51:1 :ff -fi . ! 7- my . f' H+ f-A -. E ffflif ve'Eiisjiitfeefwefllim1fyfx22s'zq.Qi2 V QQ il? if? Ai? F157 a - s ,s s , , . is -, We , -'rx 5 Xb J"7'L'.ff ifs1ff'J?f'li'5.:'j27'Xf5 xi fgfixi, ,A J , X S' if in-9, 'N X 'v X5y4Wff3"ffA' l "I "3 N- mf' M" W A W " ' ' ' 44' Ti?" ""A Kfi -if'f-':, ,. ,, s ,f-A Y ,fr -:ll f JiXC54t','Z'l?if,,g? a,i,xs?l5-'97f.fQAgf'9ff' 'ffl' Q. . ,I ' ' - f --M --N - W f- v--- -- 4' --- H 141.3 a , , . V :l l 'Fi I ,fl ' Kip' ,. wr, 15' 'iff' Qi: Q, -,iN was fl A1'gPl1TiI1P Arriuiriw .A55IIIiElTilIl1 l LS V Qs' rr , ,, P ' 'J I , .4 A' lbw' ' W4 M, X51-U1 g. lag llijl s. , li Lllf pls? 'QE .J xi 7, ,N ffl ., 7 Y, f 'fl QS- 7 A Q , . l , X X f X gf! H--fx. ,A - 'A 5-J . f ,4- Fill W 5 ' Xl The,Argentine Activities Association was organized six years ago for the purpose , :Q lip of making Argentine a better and more prosperous place in which to live. Although, X, ' ' when first organized, it consisted of only a few prominent men in Argentine, it boasts Q 1 A now of one hundred and forty members, who wish to make Argentine a better place A H V in which to live. A 7 ij ' 'j H gf' The association meets in the Argentine library twice a month to discuss the probr lems which arise. When .a complaint is to be made to the city, a committee is apf . fp , pointed which goes to the head of the department to which the complaint is to be L X , made. I . y A l x A ' The association is always willing to help the school in anything it undertakes. It 1 1 was chiefly through it, that the bleachers were erected at the athletic field. ff . 73 S It has done a great deal in regard to city improvements., It was through it that l 'Metropolitan avenue was paved to Turner and from Turner it is being paved to Hollif ,ZS l qw N ff day. The Turner road was paved from Metropolitan avenue to Gibbs road. Some 'A l ,L lv qyr JK of the improvements it is about to undertake are: Paving Woodland boulevard from . lx? the place where the paving now stops, to Steel road, the paving of Ruby drive and PK , , , the improvement of Emerson Park grounds. . 1 xx. 'i a OFFICERS. i M Pyesidem -,,, ,,,,,,,. .,,.. .... ............ L e s t er Gdmore M14 l if A ViCefPresident ......... ...... A lexcmder Gregory 7 I Secyetaryffreasurer ...... ----- ---- D 7' - K- C- H0415 U3 'Z it if ll W 'll lx? 4 lasik 555 'YW - Eighty4seven .19 V fl flhieil o a Mi..- , af:-1 M is -os if all Y I 0 YA 9 A ' , , . , X ..i.--...- fl? at Av I ,Q , . , , , .xv , ,i-i'-tffff . .-fi-,V---x - 'Sf-" f"ff""d'7. T- FT',f.,fj'ffEfjQ! j.flILfCz5l,fixK pix IXQC,-ji .3 ij? ,f j cg 5 f lf' jix'wJ'3,25mK4f-K,f:1,Q'14,ji '51 ligne-1g,N,f,ziT.4,::':X,-ii, Kari 1 -lx lv I l iii' "llf"'ll'i LD, Ziyi ffifsivsftvf'4ji5:ai:e1-eff-1:21 'r':1'1,::4gf,r::::i: "+'Q.L-deglfcl A'uff 5,1fj-gifL5Y 3551 Yxlllziigififlgf af-.if ' H Q! il' f ,' M J 4 1 i V. L, x 41'-'Q I 4 V nl I 'l 1'-,ll "F ig l, pq EIUII'EI'1JP'gEI f 1 Egg Q r 5 5 ll D? as ,4 lf? W it il -. r f . i Bs, ' W ' xl? ll fx 1 gl a 1 .5 W f A First Row-Worthington, H. Elam, B. Wilson, Miss Sheppard fGuardianD, D. Earhart, Nisbett, fl , p - ' Wellman, O. Christman. j Second'Row-Milford, F. Seller, M-adison, L. Christman, Franklin, Vs7right, Dorothy Earhart, ' E. Wise. L' A Tamifafpejya means, Worktogether. 'AX S l OFFICERS: S Ti President ............ ................... ........ Evelyn Nisbett lg VicefPresident ....... ........ L ouise Christrnan X Secretary ............ ................. F rances Seller L 'Treasurer ........ ...... A doline Worthington 1 F! Scribe ........... ..................... E leanor Wise x :L Guardian ............ -.. ......... Miss Malta Sheppard hgh, 1- Snofoakf 1 means, Purit , sincerit and stren th. The s llable " in stands for ,I P W Y Y S Y P . g sspine..99 :l x OFFICERS 1 yn 5 s- President ............ .................... ........ G r ace Thomas ,, Ji, VicefPresident ....... ........ W ilma Wz'nter f , Secretary ......... ........... M artha Ellerman 4 3, L Treasurer ........ ....... M ildred Heatherton 1' , , , QI Guardian ......... ....... ...... ......... M i ss Bess Wilhite i hx LefWa, means, Play the game to the end. ' K? V WS s OFFICERS: U, I l W President --------------- ................... ....... E l izaheth johnson Q7 l QA VicefPresident .......... ....... L ois Mae Hatfield SCCTEUIT3' ---------------- .......... Louise Leep '75 l TTCGSHTCT--f -----..- ......... M argaret Lovelace p f xxx Q GUGTCHCIH -----.-. ....... M iss Lillian fessu p f is ,2- gh Eighty-eight ' 4? ill l T... 4 , --- V no .- so 4' s f : X-A if Hi' Q75 ,fn lf 7 3. gn' ty fn -,Q X.5x F., , ,fwv i ,N - ,I ff, ,I -. ,lj , ,T 1 ,-, J, K.-sf-1 "mf "Nc 1' ' r ' ff -' " f" , 4 i ' " P " L .tif MQ! ' N- ,I , , Elf - -, A ww Q A' A J' 'cf 5 ' ' L 'V 'V' fill ?biil+114 - 'ffl--tif 2-41 will jx vfl lfiff, i ii g, - k - nn na -pt is f fl Q34 nfl , lfilgi' 1 125 U' 5 ll X5 'alrfqiil 593 lien? x 1 -f-A xl lb? Wil ff 1 iflxlil bl lic? W 51 Qi ' if A fix? fwfr if If N X Xl az' i V x W 1 ,fl , ' . x It 3 . . . . . . . I fl If P First Row-M. Davis, L. Pruitt, Ellerman, G. Scott, Miss Wllhlte fGU3fd18DJ, Manz, Cox, J " A Hardine, Ha i erman. 5' g '4 If Second Row-M. Wlleeler, Tush, Earl, Walpole, Thomas, Winter, I. Pruitt, Heatherton, lc if Harrison. l 'A in ia EJ 53 X - K Qin- EI XI, 7 , ! ' - mx, M V L x ,f fi fl 1 f' sg' M T-Qi 75 M fp? ' illfffl A N353 Q X lil t f i lm W Frei' S his l Q bi , .-.ff- f- ---vvv--- N? I I it First Row-Gallup, Miss Jessup fGuardianj, Fuller. Second Row-Foglesong, E. Iohnson, Leep, Hatfield, Clark, Lovelace. jlfjl 'ix X X i ' fl sill 351 i f Qi . . 'H ide Eighty-nine limi HQ, if . 13' wig Fgvjlg f':,,1,p:iL::::'v ffl! MF4. 3' - - 4' ' , HW Wi- A-gy-3 - Y-jo nf' A.- 4,-f, ,N Iii.."T:l'..-gg::4,::,:,,W ,T ---f ---W -f f-1--,751 gfgfg-. 4 wr. 1""""'-I ,fiq - " all f' n 37 af ' ' J.. , Pvc,-X-.2 Sf 'dnff wvgrf' """'-'f,-1, fx ff-. - -wiv ' ' '- ci' X ff -, 71 P5-ff'I, . Cfif' Z':, L w fr K5 if-' -T1 ix: r - ' ijt ,.'-'21, 'i'-Q15 vi 'J' JJ, '-'J-it-'of ff, .f'-,.f-J "f ' if :Ag in . , V - . - . -,,s . f,,, , I Q- 1.4.4. -,,A,,-,-f. ,,,,p gf .ffm ""'Y1'f1' 09" ' ' 'if' -'P F' 4' 1' 0 .:::,.: 41-14. A, My ..1::.-...., g,..,,.......,,...-,,..-...-,.-,, ,. 'Lge - 'ixw-343. ic, , ,Q .uf-,itzwi L i. - 1, wk 1 km yi i f r ,rf ua, .1 ll 1 4 g ,Z M 1 - rf' C an ,- Til nf. L. H.-T 'LQP ,-A, Rlr' -flu' '3 'f "'-Lf KTV11 'Lf 3' "'3 l'7-'-95777TT1?""v::" 'Wi ' " ""' ' ' ' ' 7' 'T' K H' "" 'TT' Y "M M wig? iff lggflg Ari Glluh , fr I 22 15. y ff KQQ 394 a , ...O Iii! li 'E i J If l ,Cf ' 'zfrfq V f lx, 4. ,Y . . a 5 , X 4 Y 7i1W"" ,, First Row-Brickey, Armstrong, Woolery, Smeltzer, Spencer, A. Reed, Messenger fTreasurerJ, i . I Marlow, 'Burne . . '- Second Row-White fSergeantfatfArmsJ, Gunkel, Lillian May QSecretaryj, Woodruff fVice' l . Presidentj , Miss Hewitt flnstructorj , B. Breedlove, Eaton, Sweezy, F L. Sorrels fPresidentj. p 1 I1 - H T 'll' 5 .inns at In Glarte sn "Love a La Cartef ap comedy in three acts by Adam Applebud, was the play X presented by the senior class this year. T z The play opens with Mrs. Huff just returning from an expedition to Iceland and 7 X SA p Mr. Huff returning from Ecuador. Jack and Jill, the son and dau-ghter, are in the V kb 1 .4 living room ready to greet their parents. 1 Rx Jill is in love with Billy whom her mother does not approve of and Jack is in if X1 love with Marjorie whom the father does not approve of. , L Mr. Huff brin s a oun ,man, Tommie, home from Ecuador, ho in to see him I X - g . Y g . . . I p g jf A A marry his daughter Jill, and Mrs. Huff brings Tillie from Iceland, ho in that ack ,T S . . . P g 2 h might fall in love with her. ,V The remainder of the play relates how the plans of Mr. and Mrs. Huff go at fx cross purposes. A , AQ THE CAST. ,A Cookie .............. ........................... ........ 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The George Rushton Baking Co. Tyner and Murphy Argentine Building EG? Loan Association Wyandotte County Gas Co. M, Frank S. Powell, Real Estate y W. H. Reed TX Overland Park Dairy Meyer Sanitary Milk Co. ' B. Lopate C. D. DeMuynck Industrial State Bank De Molay E2 R. E. Buck f 'tili . til rl one Hundred . ,W z!'1 :I ' Y 1 w u, l 4 W if 3 ff 53.15 I My s I ' I w s . 1 L ' -J ',,,,,X,f H ff- W f, ,, f. , H .W ff' , 'Y 'J : flgiisg f 'b , 152 3 2 Q2 ig mag flgnm' 3,4 1' 1 A h" rg va m damn f ' ,X Q ' 6 X Me Qwaltzvh f FQ f 14 ' 5 ax X3 71: A n af- Ss Y Q! qgkxigfiiip Qfxjifiib X A . . 2 A sf n . A , N ,A X 7 1 . 4 , S2 ACE sl REYNGLDS E f 5 JEWELRY AND CLOTHING 2, xx! V lr' il 3010 Strong Ave. Kansas Clty, Kansas J ms 'Aj 3 V: I 4 N ,- Wim-' W K 5 bxixll M ,J ig E wif gikfg One Hundred One W-QM ' w H ' " 1 gi? '1 - g N43 .V , ,. , ,,,...,,J.........-.A-V-ff-:'+f-:1:ffAM'3':'-T' II 3-' ' -1- ' -f-T f' :J . js" ' ' "iii ' 'f"'f"i" s , 73-L- f:W'A'iff:' ""f' 'ffiff .fx fS-f'fJ- .. 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DREXEL 3370 709 North 7th St. Kansas City, Kas. e Hundred Two ' 9 N-Aft. sg. ,ea X 3 .1...gNf 1 MC i,z5Qi3Zfski,,Qi:7Hiiivfzff-C-FP' i.TfTY+'Zfi-gg17gLi4..,4gff,Le1g '?'2Tr'I"'iTT7'f.4 " QAHL birgi-33,77 - ln: K V: V z!1vT,T'v in -'ufgi-MQA Tx, Y, f Q J, Jig, , rig Y'-it V. ig, hifi-'if-Qlsaiivvifavfifi ig. if ,.,f, 5 -i W:--" W , Magi KM . J? '.- figlfx, Sip i Zi, 33+ Eg W I 7 , ,, W Q I 1, ' Y . V ' 5 .A YT H 5, of '-i ff, N X , A ix k,, tu 1" f f 2, ff 2 J 4 i Y 1- ,nf i Q- bt! ff il if . X " i x .X X, The Co-Operative Press Robert Gilcrest-Charles Pitkin 76 STATIONERY, OFFICE SUPPLIES AND PRINTING , 3610 ARGENTINE BOULEVARD Phone, Argentine 0451 One Hundred Three I ' I v,f I , , IIIIQI ips FYQW '1 I .I A II V.-iq ,. . I I vs :H ,.I II In ,I ,, I! i, ,I In IILMI II qu'-II I ri Mg ,III I If TALK IJIII .H-,fi v pl ,., 1 III ,se 'I IS' E 4.,QI II f"II 4 ,I MII I1"fjI If ,I : .I If I , ,II Irv LII: WI! 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The first is -Cappi-4-a bouquet, complex, mys- terious, infscrutable-as meaningful as a glance from the eyes--as colorful as sunset in the gorgeous East- The second is April Showers-the freshness of sfpring- time-Aa silvery laugh in the moonlight-a magic spell -part music, part color, part poetry- E'ach of these odors is loveliness incarnate, yet just enough different, that the tw-o may -accent by delicate contrast the charm of your varying moods- to your inner consciousness they Whisper the secret of a Vivid personality-a self-confidence and assurance -that is the very soul and essence of Irresistible Youth. ' Y The REXALL Stores J. C. Rawles di Company DRUGGISTS 1 .HK M l"v l rl sf ' '74 ii lil 14 x . gig 44 Aft? One Hundred Five A., .., ik., 4 ,-1, .fe 4- .ew -ff-'SET-fiififffvlffafar 'W "tr"' WW" " " " ' .- l- -- -- 'V fqlgqyf J --if ff, rye., verge, Cfgael ll 'ffl 'A' 1"'l...zf!Q'!:,fT17f' 'E iff" ii'-. M'X.f'7' . 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MEANS r f' ,Q Hi yi. gg 1 gi 'E ff '12 JA That this bridge, erect- ga QQ ed over the Tientsin A IFJ 155555 River, at Tientsin,.China, my S A L ji, 0 KH Was fabricated in the , L4 O shops of the Kansas City L35 C 22 0 ua Structural Steel Coni- Yf M l? pany, and shipped half si if 'ia Way around the world for 755. o erection. if my flfh af A. 11. il 'MD til lf ll. 'im . 1-,YC STRAUS BASCULE BRIDGE, TIENTSIN, CHINA n 160 Foot Span-Two 80 Foot Leaves-Twol'75 F0091 APPYOHCIICS- ffl . 5551, -V -yo Kansas City Structural Steel Company lifiillp Kansas City, U. S. A. Denver, Colo. Q . Dallas, Texas. Tulsa, Okla. W , .U .1 W will lyk 0 H d .Y 3 . 16,5 is 1' ,fig , 4 0 . f -- -Ai wx- Y-, ff if -e--e . A - J img , fw il Q XL-rms-Q1-s -x H-:fi ff f ' ' "QU l 3 ami? 4 WGN ' 1 My iii 2 Y ' wk ' . y lgqll xx . P' be at , f 4 x- a f TN Aixg! Best Wishes ana' 'A f Congratulations V , ta t . V ' 5.1 ig 1926 Graduates jx X x N s PS vs AX t lk af a I k Q x 7 M 1 ga a ? hx A FRIEND. 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Ll- X Q xl fs - C V' V fMifzmwf1 s 1 he e - - awe--. C Ersffiwgfzfifsg f ' ' 4g..i:'..l1.Lg, 41,5 11, a C-:sill-if-f .-,-..-E-M , -VL all -I .H I nm VN , , 1:91 1 y. X. in A Mi h 5253 I 'ui A Cakes T hat Make You Want More. LZ' 11:2 'i A - 1 Eat Ours and You Will Always Eat Them. Q Q X V53 K f M C C if ff? gh P?Qfj EXW f M2 L Q enne a ery KJ I I . V Q Baking for Churches ana' C 'TJ Clubs a Specialty jg H l H s ii F? BSN Ki 1 i D X? gf ' , ' s ml 12 7 ew : l il? C jx lx' 'M' ,Pi 354 fl Q51 2303 SILVER AVE. ARGT. 1155 if . L. One Hundred Ten rrlgi fi , F3 if I 1 Q l ,. .tt Ili 4 ,, l . 'iq Nj, .-1 .13 l, it ' N. Q X -4 IQQ Tag a srl 2 3 I .1 14, l,. lj Fi ln,-l ,fha T L31 LJ' 43 ,JM rl Ei in lm 55:2 1 1 E iff-W O 4 ,il if M, ,, l-nfl l V Mix' xzlil ,, ,411 5' He, 1, , L ,, v X, , l ,mul w R., ,xl H W nw :H fw ,, .fx M E, l 1,015 ffl?-ei ll if "' lil l 5 lf A s Q 'ii fl le 'jr 5,1 'We tell 2 V 1 '51 , K 'lim 'lvkllil 1 firm I . t, PHX:- r 1 ,A 3 X.: L R3 rt 'X I lli.xv',- l 4 bei till 4 'Q 1, XM if 'lijl are 4, ,X if 1 it 'ls ggi: :il M1 x A lsr WQVH rl, w F 112. l 1 w J nn,- WU, L, ,, 'I '. sing. as T.: its '4 ff: , 'Q in 3:2 R f-,mr iiillfii ly? Vw, Emi, 1: T1 .V E 1 T . , .. ily! ,,, 'hy ,. is ist Q. 2 . 5 , si Y if " .lf' it re 'l I wld 1, we E V ,J ,, fe, V., 3 -,L if? MT . '-H-'H ----f-e-------- - ---f Q" 'J f, I 9 , fi ' ,-MM,-,,,,,,,NA,, ,,,.s,,,,.,, f- -'15-I 4' +L 1 HQ? rig 3 Ji' if "gg-Ejlfnz ., 'I4Ee,Q,,gLz3:f'..-14,123,216"rr,few-7.1:-..-:--e zzffil-'f'el?::f'e:eEfSe52q?gTS,5552153155 M'.q 1 gg, ERSI-IING THEATRE 2712 STRONG AVENUE Evening 7 1005 9:00 Matinee Sunday, 2:15, 4:00 . -1- . Close to Twenty-seventh street On the street of Strong Buzz the,sounds of -human feet, . Of a jovial throng, Like a hissing county seat, Wlieii the judge is wrong. -2- The show is reasonable indeed, As everylbody knows, Which makes the Pershing like a weed: It gro-ws, and grows, and grows, And -casts about productive seed Killed not by winter snows. if Qlfp 1 t T l Til li uw , -, , E ll - rm l ,, fl nl ffl. tix! ffl: ,iff-,ll I -Qfl .-fit lf-lfjx R09 , 5 I 4 J 1 iff' fl rig iff, T ,gil 1 lrP'1.f4 l ll sit E35 K f T: . l M -4 a 1 V, A , 43- I1 W'he11 the comedy begins, Ex And ,actors start to act, The people yell, and kick their Shins, I And sound like nuts that are cracked, ' Their bristles rise like fishes' fins, ,igiyfx Or southern lime that's slacked. ' 1 ..4. To make a lengthened story short. ,fl The Pershing show is good, ui if It takes you through a line of sport, In sympathetic mood, Then brings you safely into port, Well fed by Hollywood., -5- ' Wil So lay your burdens at its feet, When you are tired and blue, And drink o-f romance true and sweet, HJ 4, As true souls long to dog Wy! And in the morning walk your beat, Witlh life inspired and new. CHARLES DULIN. ,till One Hundred Eleven FEM L,feelfelfeezf-fag-if'ffT?Z15?ilTQ'T eete L-iff as . T j1if'5,,f,-.,' xxx X 4 A . , ' XI ff-If if 'f'i"7:'I:-"1,I--f 71'-1 f I Y -1 fwv 9 I Rl If 42 ff' +1--fx? -: T W' " 'JWQ' ' 5 1 I I.. -1 f 'li' .ix I r I f' 14 4Q " gg, AQ 5 by gl I - A -I I El 16251 Himhra anh f I , ' Glnngreltulelttnnn I g 1925 Grahuatvz fi S I I 5 Q 1, 5,1 Rf, Fi I M , AI A 'Z , I xx 9' I 7 X I I 55 ARGENTINE ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION If 'Q I 559 One Hundred Twelve U 1 Q 92 reg en ffd Ni e 4 N 14 lx. -'I xx 5 A ,. ,oe J e ooMPL1MENTs OF '26 pe rex? I I x Q - C. H. GREER 2 xr' ' Q , Q6 Fancy Groceries e and Meats e if He I1 Q, A , S e 41 Li x W e 1504 WOODLAND BoULEVARD af ' ' Phone, Arg. 0901. 5,6 ,Rd If Q4 A 7 Ax n ' One Hundred Thirteen id U XJ.. I if 9 11.1.5 If-"il ,. . V. Hifi Hgjiill- llritffi l!Kf gli. li vf: ,IQ 'll il xaramw lf' 1 1. 4 I . Q WW. li ji I .. .i slit? 1' EQW3' Quill in ,J MW! HI-,., A. lffifli M -2. iles? fg,g3!,. armfl .l lil wlgfngli I M. ll 'Eli 'lil M' 'lf Ji Ev 1 .j , . nl , y, . fx fl' lil lil v ,.wls"-- IA lil Q L1 4 Oil, I, xy. I x M Fl X six. Q .3 . . F I y' . X Y ,gi Fx Egg 1 A l ,xy , ll itil r ., J 2 23,-1 1 X ' lif- il? . lf. Mi kv' 7X',f1 ffm" riff Ln' ,Q :il-Ex I nwg.,.g I 1-' U.,.f.' fl, 1. fi 1' ' iffy- :1:.'.17? - . -' :B Ln... -..l-ff-.J-2----'Ii' - Af- f-----ff--H'-:rw-:.'3g'ti1.Zf"?', A, A' '- Pennsylvania Car Compan Pennsylvania Tank Company SI-IARON, PENNSYLVANIA GENERAL QFFICES: SHARON, PENNSYLVANIA Womans. A SHARON, PE.NNSYLVANIA-KARGE-NTINEIJ KANSAS CITY, KANSAS-BEAUMONT, TEXAS. AN' ARGENTINE INDUSTRY IN ARGENT INE- WITH ARGENTINE g FOR ARGENTINE NEVV YORK, N. Y. X ST. LOUIS, MO. KANSAS CITY, KAS. Z5 West 43rd Liberty Central Trust Argentine Station . Co. Bldg. , I TULSA, OKLA. BEAUIVIONT, TEXAS Central Natil Bank Bldg. P. O. Box 791 SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. TAMPICO,1Ml-EX. 503 Market St. Apartado 83-Bis. HOUSTON, TEXAS Carter Bldg. One Hundred Fourteen I ...I 1 1' I - i.1i..iLi:"-1 M. 917175-A: 13 ::1,g'f,1::g,::g-:Tf:gr::i?'::T:-F ,.i1L'7Z..:1i1'j,:i 1'-TL., ,SL 7, if fn-., -wi ,fs flITLTT:7?':':1'T'f..1"t'V'f::'r"' ,-":'rr':t:"::?':"-r":i'f"-" 1-5 U' 'f.,'35'P - V ai' 1-cw 'Lx f 'is 3. "N, '- "id 5 '-,Il 'S .9 15 "5 Q-ff K? 3 lf - l ..', I.. ..: 'fi 1.1 ' .qi n .- f ,A z. Cz v. : l,n,.,4j3.-,g gg, ,,wy-,J?e.Pgr. 1: .i.-g.rgx, 'N' ' 1 1 Zygwf :M L ,::1ii':."-gf ' - f- --f - jf i.1.fW 5 I K 4 'WX WJ' , . ,.,,z W ,gg X ,Yu X 's' 93 427 Q1 FM: Ak -,VP lx dx jxxfx Tlx ' W1 V552 1 1 1 ,.1. iss? lxx 1, P' 16? 13' f my up fi LN,Kf 1 , 1 A 1 5 Q, ra? 1392 1 V M Y lvxjj, 'dw I' A .AV xn. :N J, , ELA 5.11 , w w Q 1, ,, w fl, A fa? fi T LET' NI 1 1 551 X 4 fri? gf? fi' A ,Y WSU.: ,XT fgl N fu 32 4 I 1 'TH 1 M M UQ i W' 1, x" Xi I 224 5:4 ,xg iw. l w , ,n-.2 4 11 cp. - xx ,lm ., ffl .9 ,xx 1, N N QM. J ,vw ,.,, V4 '11 ' x T1 ,. .ul MQ 71 W .vg W 'wi L ay -X g? f . QW ws -rv, 'Q ,Nl I 5 , . 1 ,, 'N ew T2 lfiilf' gp T0 THE CLASS OF i 1926 1- W U A f Q , 'Q il P! GLANVILLE- SMITH FURNITURE C 0. J . 'iii ' f"f?1Q, " X 1: 1- :M L df! '5 ,,i1"f2:5?Yf1 One H undred Fifteen as V i E E5 ,r gn H5 MJ gl 1 ,i- T 0 the Argentzne High School gi Graduating Class Se E af 1926 R4 iw T GREAT THINGS ARE IN 4 S A : A .I , gf. STORE FOR' YOU: 'WE - T' an T E HOPE YoU ATTAIN THEM i 6- 4 I K h . I1 S BEST WISHES R Q ' if I Ky' A I ,j' V ,M fwmsQzvffm fN , IX wwffwvw-'s ' R si T 4 4 rx 1 R 1 f 2 A 'K rr 5, ? 6 2 2 94 ,4 5' RCARL DEJTCHMA Q 1418 so. 26TH STREET . f E RQ Kansas City, Kansas 2 Vg E - H I xg 7' 2 L , One Hundred Sixteen f 125 W Q ' -f-f--f -f-- f- --fff -:fp 1 -fs--ff---:1 ,jf-1'-"r'T f..ir'if"f--N 'WMA Y 1 'H fy- - .lm Z? V if ft-ffl ff f' AMR' 9 2 xxx iv en U5 fl sg it f A - ee ee 2 be BEST W1sHEs 2 j To the oiass of 1926. t sg 2 ,A 4 P, iw ,X Fw Q Aim at perfectioni in everything. i Believeno task is too big for you to accomplish, for ' A t there is no such Word as fail. l ,' 'ffm UT H t gr QQ V xf X V r X' L GRA GE 2 . - A A 7' 5 Dry Goods and Shoes Menis Work Clothing 1 i McCall Patterns 5 x X ' I Y Q X y ' I K ,A Zn , t t o 3008 STRONG Arg- 0097 i it is t 2 i W A Ea One Hundred Seventeen gf K, r E to t to t it t -..ht,m.,-,-We,..ne 5324? 19, I 5 O ,Y L iii 'QLL1-" "T, v 'mv' "i41' ,l X ,447 -I f- , X Our Des1re -f. Ag . o " a - at To furnish you with ff, -tg L - the loest Athletic f"if'l- 5 K 'Ill 'li ' K L2 still 3 Goods at reason- ff Q . mf ll ' ,so e able prices. ge , ri .--..-2 J 'iff' 4,5 - :L ff in ff Q I . Q I ', K, nw X l 6, TPH R r f .. HP .1 , ' I T 1 1 fi' K if Q u'w 45 il . ,. K in -n ' . .x 1 1 t g , f-5 , x y. . X -". Q tx NN 1? 'I'-".lgl1vi4?J We are striving to give Kansas City, Kansas, a real up-to- date Athletic Goods Store. V if ll f -yr . 1 C, I A C0-OPERATE 'Z' XVLL y . . G 843 Minnesota Ave. Kansas City, Kansas. One Hundred Eighteen it gg !, fgi li'2f'i tfraqv H Int' A . -It W if its -l I ,,,. , .fn :Al 'ml rl V ,, lllfigu . -,lk 1, K, 'v l1"'l il iii f L! V,-.Ly ,y FWZ, E lv MJ- l2f'f,. zlwllg ill, rf" xl plz, it 'l' ' ffr illflll ill? ual --5+ igffll ill' m 1 f fx . Iain F.- will v 4 ,,1 K I' ill W1 3' UK, X f6l ,ggfhz l " 1 il ll? fll leg l M913 lag. ll-gfffdil I5 ug ' ll-lil I g hi if LB lt? li Trf ly.: 'ti .EW gl all Elf: 1? ll il Wi! I7 A i ,fy 'E ,QM5 5321 fmiv ' it 9 if wif ' I f 1 l "Fil ll ? itll? F7 if ig, il Wx v 1 , .1 ilqgfs' Piiiffb in wt. lilffff' VH s 1, ifziil lm' SY l 'ny A ling,ilf" 1 ff e' I 1 'wifi l 3?fl?li lf?" 1 5 :5 -, Aiwa. flffhl, l :tel , MU .l ' ' QE it ll.- ,. . 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'ie Q Q e .2 We-, , 1, - we 9 Q , - :-5.5, :gm ..i ,ru M ,mg 4 911,51 .Y ,EQ ,LE Egg "-WRX iiigahiffglh, Em NMI ng . N V i' U, my 4 , I -ggi-gg L-hull. EE52'SQiiEmQQ'5gS-fiigunl 1 -g . .ji JB Eg .23 will! " ig.. , . Q, 'g "" Q 1-.E'fggKix -2' F9 J ? Q ww , ,iff Z., wee L 2 A ml + :Ella-Mfiava - .f we 1 Wi -' ,Qs :tiara E QQRQ v - L I i 216' - i 9.4. .af ee W I T viz- ' ' ,H ZjqL.a.i.L?-eg"f"f . ea 1 ..:IE:i was wi :Liz - sg 'Pg' .-,,. Q, , - . ' , 5, E, 5 53. .V i --f I., --....: -2.5, -1 A 1 0 ' ML 1 3 -ii are- . . . ' . . :L MIS. lk . f-453 in ' "uh" --"nu - H K J-in - JE' ' .513 ' , - V -L an . ' ' ' Aikwma-163 A f: if x " ' 'f---2-"' f 'ian 1 -fl -ge' k"' "' Q , f e ' -'H 4 - 'fee 9'1" ? V- "' N Q f"" Q , yi Comphments of FF? THE GEQRGE RUSHTON BAKI G CO X 0 ax: . . e Mama Bread Famous PICS 1 n DELISHUS CAKES V Y "ff A '. J M . ., , - , H-V 4 One Hundred Nineteen W Q5 hr ' in 'XX X ,.,, ,- i v. A -.....-r A..f QA--I --v ,xx ,' T Sk',,..,, , , .12-f -ef-W,-lj-:',iil"Tf'?"1fiiI1T' .'t. fi o"' iiso""Wd'W"'W'W " A' 'E' ' ' """'i' .ilgfllll :fffil llfffili 'zfii 1 A 3l,' if llellsl Wear l Sif l fa .4 . . ala 545 . . .fn A 0 .1 Ma ' . fp i l WHY PAY RENT v f R l When We Can Help You l TQ ez af- fz R at Buy a Home? , . , . A 'Mc gf! e r q .Ny , -If le ' MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE ' A ' ' ! K t c . r TR I Q V U Argentine Building and Loan A if A Association ' A A Headquarters for Good Homes M , The Wonderful Feeling of Pride that Satisfied Qi Home Gives, Commands Your T ' ai Consideration. so 1-4 l E2 is FRANK S. PUWELL I AA Office Phone, Arg. 0981. Residence .Phone, Arg. 0862 , j E A N X A REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Q 4 . , ' sl If Sr l 2303 Metropolitan Ave. Kansas City, Kas. R. W, K X l Ri A E f 'One Hundred Twenty A A Q A 9 2 5 l x ! I I I A A WMMEEQ S, A fx L sl 5. 2 1 . Overland Park Daury S GRADE "A" 3 Ny ' 'I QX RAW MILK AND CREAM fl Q A P 110119, Address, if OVERLAND 482 A , MERRIAM, KANSAS ..4- A K I1 , A H Q if 2 When You Carry Gff Your Laurels Don't ' ' KA , A Forget the Flowers A Rf +5 - 'X ,-,,.. 7- xi N! if , A B. LOPATE , ,f S FLoR1sT 'rf AW -""" Q - UP ' 1 ig Phone, Arg. 1134 1420 so. 26th sf. ri 4 q A so , axq' ' ,321 Ny I One Hundred Twenty-one Z A 4 I R, A A 'gig f Ya V , We ------ , i,Y. Umm ar, HY ,,V, , A M-ggvh, f ,-Q KKYK 5f,Y , immw,-AA',:iQ u 'LW f-rfeise, H ,AA pf 1:f':QQ.T--,E ff: ,+ve 'Hr 'f' 'YR R' 1" ' 'ff' 1. " 'P , D gif?-:,- 'fi-'S 91211522-J' Make Our Bank Your Bank The Industrial State Bank 32nd and Strong S ALL DEPOSITS GUARANTEED iWe Are Always Ready to Assist You in Everything Consistent With Good Banking. como BUILDI G ATERIAL 2506 STRONG Arg. oseo One H undred Twenty-two i 3 ...L..:.. XJ If wa i Wg E V is ,, A., E f ,SFF limi Mx 4-1 WEE w 2 wx - I Y, Daryl! x' W .f I'.4', ,N f 'A U I f HILL? THQ 151 is 3K C43 I iw X Mx ,W fn, -M M K S E Best Wishes to Graduates of 1926 . .1 A TKINSON GOOD THINGS TO EAT 3416 Strong Ave. Arg, 0080 STOP AT THE Star Restaurant 3410 Strong Avenue I FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT 1L.i.l 1 WE SPECIALIZE' IN CLEANLINEYSS AND THE BEST OF FOODS ? Regular Meals and Short Orders. Home-Made Pies-Take One Home With You ,i lfl- ALSO CARRY AHFULL LINE OF CIGARS AND TOBACCO. One H undred Twenty-three be B. F - A ' q RX 0 0 0 0 , 0 , QQ? sig? 1 V ' ' if XI: i i i 'Vi iw if i Y Y W Y An Y .H V 1 VAN V Best Wishes to Graduates of 1926 A A . Y Li West End Bakery X W' , ig 4 2 01 Q 7 I 0 4 0 , X J R I , ga 1 G I x 1 '-M rr s F' a I , X 1 l X K 3412 STRONG AVE. ARGQ 0548 f A A I1 5,1 A Q 2 A Deposit Your Savings A , if , at the i N p nfs 2 Argentine State Bank 2700 STROANG f 1 3 Q i i A H. ALL DEPOSITS GUARANTEED Let Us Do Y0ur Business if 23.- One Hundred Twenty-four - 4 +3 , l , l 1 I 1 46,1774 L '-if-4 - - -l1TT:'..' 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R"31fw-N 15" FOR A CLEAR SKIN USE I THE CREAM OF OLIVE OIL SOAPS - An exquisite aid to nature that cleans, soothes 'and refreshes the most delicate skin. Creme 'Oil is a daily delight for toilet and bath. - AT YOUR DEALERS PEET BROTHERS CO. Kemper's Stop and Shop Market HIGH GRADE Meals, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables We Strive To Please 3415 STRONG ARG. 0666 One H und red Twenty-flve A H., fx?-vz'ff7ge::5gf-flir 7211 -' ffzfelffr 2-T3 f Wifi 21 1,4 "4 GQL,f'?fi2q:-1jyfJjG7,ff ff f jf' ,f J - 15,d.'sZ'.3.xf'-A-s,.,, U ' W ' 5LEf4f3ga1i!.-.p,.AA..qe-WW - -X 1 i 1 li -X A., fe ii 'M all L xyn W! xl i x, .X all ,- U, V.-5 ' z if .17 li .WE , ln .A-R , X if 3' 1. 1 V x wyl i 'ii x , .Y 5-Q ff ll"f iff 5? 15 l x A lviigi' All ln A liI,'.,1n 'lgilgll ll 'F lg H115 rl-2 is ij, , l X if li lf imc! 5.21 ' ng-.fy .5 Xifl Valli :Gil ,uf .H yy, ifilf fqvf .Pine lfLJf2f'! it 5.53 if 5 lwl lin liafll pail llkllii fits "vii li if l if ifq iiiiigj .13 tt .Stihl Q IU ligne? all hcl 1" X A it Qld tx, tial - lnjg xl N5 Is ,X r, rl-X.v', y,.. W Hemstitching, Pleating. Art Needle Work Buttons. anrg 'ifinhnp Modiste ESPONSIBLE ELIABLE EASONABLE Phone, Arg. 0507 3107 Strong Ave. Argentine-, Kas. Uak Grove Fa rm Dairy C. J. ALBERS, Prop. Safety in choosing food is the first care taken for baby's health. ' GRADE "A" RAW MILK AND CREAM Argentine, Kansas Phone, Winfield 1054W OUR 'SINCERE CON GRATULATION S-MEN I You have attained a very Worthy goal and We are proud of our many friendships among you. It has been our privilege to serve many of you dur- , ing your high school days--and we trust all our dealings have been very satisfactory to yourselves. At this graduation time and later We hope We may be able to furnish your fine apiparel. We are prepared as never before to fit you with New Spring Clothing exactly to your liking. Shepherd dt Foster Seventh and Minnesota. A One Hundred Twenty-six --1 ,Yf i I Q . 3 , F .ff at img ix lx, 21 it la lily 1-H' 'll lift-'E ' 3 au"'f ,mal-1 ,, . lg.. 1,1-1 its ft! w i,,, l ii nh. 4 r"' ' lf. ll .rsxfll W,-. ,yi it 1,1 ,lf"'l"Z l ! ii li ii 5 l, il ll is ' xfilfi' its 4 . 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A I3 525+ One Hundred Twenty-eight V KenJL::::'m'f-'-7--Kr"f'T"-fTT-:1'-.-'1-Qr.-'-Qfr-'-mM'-r' rig:-Yi'-'Yarn-If-Q-Qi' "" Y Y-. ,Y H Mn, , if as mx x, F1 ,u nn E ,Xin 'M v. ,- KM i I 4 3 0 1 A 0 Y of. fwfr I J Mel 0 00 Ahlkr 'mlrv A A 'K' in? ,, -V--752 Y A 217 Eilffix-,Q , QT 094255 A 5503 Sq Wa ' 0 S' A rgentzne Meat Market A if E A SQ CHAS. E.. SMITH 033 , Q21 vi our Fresh and Salt Meats 1 X 1 itfxi W ff f- Phones, Argentine 0095 and 0890 A 3005 STRONG AVE. ' MA '3 E' For.'Safety-Tie to Anchor We Eltgnd Our 0 Quality Hearti If . 0 R es 0 , GLASS PAINTS , , A n 0 A Congratulatzons f' the'!Gr du e ' , E Anchor to ,, 15126 at S of g A - 5 A Hardware 1 U A if 0 'Xl - 2 A 'stares Co' Dave Smzth s STORE NO' 8 BARBER SHQP 2 N . 3" 3416 Strong Ave. ? A Eg :- YA. g 35th and Strong, Kansas City, Kas. jf, If Monahan 81 Grimm , Q55 "Always at Your Service." Q3 ARG. 0748 ' ,nf ' One Hundred Twenty-nine UWM 1 J The Dougherty Stationery Co. BooKs AND A STAT1oNERY, TRUNKS AND TRAVELING BAGS Drexel 0161 7TH AND ARMSTRONG I ! ,J 1 ner W Ur 7 ,X ff Commercial Photographers rf,A made all group photogiraphs in this book. CALL US FOIR ALL KINDS 'OF PHOTOGRAPHIC , WORK COMPLIMEN TS OF The Wyandotte County Cas Company TO .THE GRADUATES OF 1926 O e Hundred Thirty The deceit of Intemperance is cunning indeed. As you approach its sancturn you are dazzled by the bright lights of splendor and lured on by the promised pleasure of self- indulgence. But as you pass through its portals, the lights are dimmed and the scene 'is quickly shifted. Then your Way is lighted only by the green glow from the eyes of that serp-ent, Remorse, and you retreat-only to be tortured by the derision, jeers and mockery of the falsifier. W. H. REED A REAL ES TA TE AND INSURANCE 3116 Strong Ave. ' A ARG- 0060 1 l Meyerfs Up-to-Date Shoe Store FULL LINE OF Ice Cream il-1 . Norrnan's Dress Shoes A Delicious Treat and Latest Qxfgydg .ii- -- Full Line of Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes Meyer Sanitary - 0 . . Also Repamng Milk Co. -. 3103 Strong Ave. DREXEL 2196. C. D. DeMuynCk One Hundred Thirty ' :QS , F55 V f , A Sgr .X N 4 ,R L,-X I.. if XZ COMPLIMENTS OF ? - x A. H. S. De pMolay . y 1, x A 4 T M- H T Hewitt McGamish, President . Ralph Beeler, VicefPresident ' S Ray Laughlin, Club Scribe l l 36 . . NAMES GF MEMBERS IN SCHOOL. 'K gl I . Thomas Anderton . Willis' Kelley p gl Edmun Ash George Morrison X Harry Atherton - Foster Payne 3 xj Austin Boyd I y Guy Rose p Z3 Kenneth 'Dean Cecil Smith S Q H .Eugene Erdman Adrian Sorrels ' - Edward Fellows Jesse Stronach d j x N Q '1 ' ' Burnett Franklin Raymond Thomas Q K Shile Holloway Galen Thompson Gilman Hedrick Monroe Tipton ' l ,' a ' l Jack Hepp Paul Tipton Frederic Hoefer T Joe White ' Boyd Hogan Victor Jean Victor Wilson Q f Q Lee Roy Wilson 'ip' Q ii' X. 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