Argentine High School - Mustang Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)
- Class of 1928
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With the desire to retain in the minds of
the Argentine students' the ideals and happen-
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book. The Scotch theme was suggested by a
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May bear the gree, an' a' that.
For a' that, an' a' that,
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That man to man, the warla' o'er,
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Argentine, Argentine is the high school
Where we learn and are taught the golden rule,
To he fair to the foe is the one great motto
Of this high school in Argentine,
So with loyal hearts we sing,
Qur sincere tribute we bring,
To honor with one thought and voice
The high school of our choice.
There is only one we claim,
Deserving of the name:
Now, you laddies, lassies, listen,
Argentine with its colors so true.
We are thinking of you always, dear Argentine,
Argentine with its Gold and Blue.
lt's our pride upon the hillside,
Where we work with will, and win.
Now, you laddies, lassies, listen,
Argentine that can make all things spin.
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J. C. Harmon principal of Argentine High
School received his A. B. degree from Central
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t t EDNA BEAL - Class Officer, secre- ,
, y Fashion Show, 2, 3. tary-treasurer, 15 Honor -,I
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3 dent, 43 Fashion Show, 2, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4: '
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N GLASS!-ORD Honor Society, 1, 2, 33
' ' . Annual Staff 4' Senior '
1 Booster Club, 3, 4, , '. ' . l
X, Latin Club, 1, Fashion glayf t4, Motlffn lnlcluf? yi!
Show, 2, 43 Girl Reserves, Npera Or' 3' 4' HFY' 4, j
5 N 2, 4. vice-president, 3, ational Honor Society, 4. , J
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ELIZABETH HARRIS ROBERT HUFFERD
Fashiun Shoyvi Z, 33 Class OffiC9I', pI'9Sldel'1f,, I I
V Girl Reserves, 2, 4-3 Bas- 1, Secretary, 39 .Tunior
ket Ball, 3, 45 Baseball, Play, 33 Pep Club, presl-
33 Volley Ball, 3, 43 "A" dent, 2.
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Lucca Club, Operetta,
Cantata, 3, 4, Annual
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Track, 35 Hi-Y, 3, sec-
retary, 4 g Scholarship
Letter, 4, Music Contest,
Glee Club, Operetta,
Cantata, 45 Annual Staff,
43 Fashion Show, 23
Junior Play, 35 Senior
Play, 43 Girl Reserves, 2,
3, vice-president, 43
Volley Ball, 2, Music
Football, 1, 2, 3, 45
"A" Club, 4, Pep Club,
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Band, 3, Latin Club, 1.
Annual Staff, 4.
Glee Club, Operetta,
Cantata, 2, 4 g Fashion
Show, 35 Girl Reserves.
2, 3, 4, Annual Staff, 4,
Basket Ball, Z. 35 Vol-
ley Ball, 25 Music Con-
test, 4g May Queen, 4.
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Glee Club, Operetta.
Cantata, 43 AnnualvStaff.
45 Latin Club, 13 Senior
Play, 4, Orchestra, 1, 3,
4, Pep Club, 2, 3g Music
Contest, 3, 45 Band, 1,
2, 3, 43 Hi-Y, 4, Quar-
tette, 4g Track, 43 Na-
tional Hnnor Society, 4.
GILBERT LAMBETH 4-
Glee Club, Operetta.
Cantata, 43 Annual Staff,
4, Booster Club, 45 Girl
Reserves, 2, 3, 43 Base-
ball. 25 Music Contest, 4.
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iAraE-qntian Silafg Pi HAROLD Lo'E'rEL 4
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advertising manager, 43 4, F tb li 2nn3lfaB 1 5
X f Senior Play, 45 Press B5 ll Ori a f 1 1 as e "
we Club, 2, 3, president, 4, 3 f - ff
V ,Student Council, 4. , 3
Y HELEN MeGUIRE l
" Glee Club, Opefetta, -1, , ul .3
, Cantata, 2, 45 Annual ELWVOOD MEAD ' . pg
A Q Staff, 4g Fashion Show. WYaHd0ffe H i S h I ' 1
i 33 "A" Club. treasurer, SCIQUC?-I Cllub, G13 Argelfl- f 7
, , 3, sergeant-at-arms, 45 me ig I lee Club, i
-X Girl Reserves, 2, 4, sec- Opefetfa, Cantata, 4. I lug
j retary, 33 Music Contest, Q,
' 43 Volley Ball, 2g Base-
: ball, 2, 33 Basket Ball, Z.
K HARRY MIZE' HELEN INIOFFETT
ls Argentian Staff, 25 Glee Club, Operetta, I,
L Press Club, 29 'French ggaggatgr B:gOSt43 C1?Y1bnuit1 R Q'
'V 4 C1 b, 25 F tb 11, 2, 3. ' 3 er u ' '5 ,n if
' u 00 a Senior Play, 45 Fashion fl
xx Show, 3g Girl Reserves. 2, 1 3
Y 3, 45 Music Contest, 4, I
if LUELLA. OHRVHIUNDT
' Class Officer, vice- gs
R president, 31 Honor So- ' '
, , ciety, 1, 2, vice-president, V
Ie 3, Argentine Staff, 2, , ,
X 43 Annual Staff, business B'
XQ JOSEPH NICK W manager, 45 Fashion !
" Class Officer, treasurer, Show, 42 Scholarship I-el' ?'
, 2, president, 33 Football, fer, 11 33 Junior Play, 39
'W 2, 3, captain, 4, Basket Basket Ballf 2' 3- 45 HA"
- Ball, 1, 2' 3. 4. HA11 Club, S6CI'eta,I'y, 3, DI'8Si-
Qlub' 3, 4: Studenfcoun- fentic 43 Girl Rellservegs, 2,
CH, 3, 4: T i y 3, 4' .., reasurer, 3 ress
enns j Club, 2, 3, treasurer, 4:
'XX i Student Council secre-
-Q ' tary-treasurer, 43 Volley
Ball, 2, 3, 43 Baseball, 1. 7
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4, National Honor Soci-
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X s SOPHIE PERSKY DORIS PURVIS ,
HOHOI' S0Ci9fY, 1, 2, 39 Class Officer, vice- " 1
5 Argentiall Staff, 2, 3, 43 president, 25 Honor So- ,,
Annual Staff, 3, editor, 45 Ciety, 1: Argentien staff,
bg Latin Club, 1, 25 Fashion 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff, 45 XZ
, Show, 45 Scholarship Let- Booster Club, 3, secre- 1
1 ter, 1, 2, 3, 43 Jl1HiO1' tary-treasurer, 45 Fashion -
Play, 33 Girl RGSGYVGS, 2, Show, 25 Scholarship Let-
B 3, 45 Librarian, 15 Press 'CSIS 13 Senior Play, 45 -1
X ' Club, 2, 3, 45 Student Girls' "A," Club, 3, 45 ,
,RQ Council 4, Basket Ball, 33 Girl Reserves. 2, 3, presi- iff
V01193' Ball, 35 Baseball, dent, 45 Press Club, 2, 3, '-
1. 35 National Honor So- 45 Student Council, 4: "
X 1 fiety, 4- Campfire, 15 Basket Ball.
5 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball, 2, 3. f
45 Baseball, 35 Nationa! .
4, Honor Society, 4.
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i , Glee Club, Operetta. I,
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Staff, 2, 3, editor, 4g Glee Club, Operetta, , f.
Latin Club, sergeant-av Cantata. 45 Girl Reserves. arms, 15 Scholarship 3, 45 Music Contest, 4. F
2 Letter, 3, 45 Junior Play. , ' 535 Senior Play, 45 Press I'
,j Club, 2, 3, 45 Student A
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, , Honor Society, 15 Latin '
X A LEONA ROGERS Club, 15 Senior Play, 45 '
, Girl Reserves, 45 Fash- Pep Club, ' 2, vice-pres1-
ion Show, 3, I4. dent, 3, X
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' MABEL SHORES
' .. , , Class Officer, secretary, ,
A, MEL! IB s,wiALI. 4, Honor Society, 3, Ar- 5 E
Q B-aSliGt Ball, 2, 3, Cali' gentian Staff, 2, 3, 45 An- T Q
tain, 41 .UAH Clllb, 2, 3, nual Staff, 45 Fashion I fl
Viffe-DF6S1d9Ht, 43 Sfllldeml Show, 45 Girl Reserves, 3. ,J
Council. 4, 45 Press Club, 2, 3, 45 "
Volley Ball, 25 Chorus, 1.
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ADRIAN SORRELS '
Class Officer, vice-
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1, Q2,ff3g Fashion Show, 2,
president, 4, Senior Play,
3, Girlsf Athletic Assocla- 4, Orchestra, 1, 2g Pep If
B- tiong, 2. 1' Argentine: Girl Club, secretary, 2, presl-
NVQ Reserves, 4. 'f dent, 3g Band, 1, 2. yf
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,H Q Operetta, 1, 2, 43 Glee Glee Club, Operetta, .I
g Club, 1, 2, president, 43 Cantata, 45 Fashion Show, gf -
1, Cantata, 29 Quartet, ls 2, 4g Girl Reserves, 3, 4g g a
Junior Play, 3: Pep Club. Baseball, 3, Volley Ball, pg
, 3: Music Contest, 4. 2, 3, 4g Basket Ball, 3. 5,
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5 HELEN YOUNG 1,-ERN WILSON Q.
1 GIGS Club, Overefta, 43 Gle-3 Club, Operetta. ,
K , Cantata, 21 -43 Annual Cantata, 43 Basket Ball, ' 1
A Staff, 4, Fashion Show, 1, 3, 4: Girls, HAH Club, 3, .
gf -5 3,5 Girlsi ' HAH Club' -3- 43 Girl Reserves, 3, 45 -
.1 V106-Dfesldent, 4: G11'1 volley Ball, 2, 3, 4, Base- ,
, Reserves, 3, 4 9 Basket ball, 2, 3. 9
'Ely Ball, 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball,
2, 3, 4, Baseball, 1, 2, f '
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3 VICTOR YOUNG
-K' Football, 2, 3 3 Track,
2, 3, 45 Basket Ball, 1. .
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il V' First Row-Young, M. Ryan, Cain, Hufferd, Morrison, Sprague, Leaton, Purvis. U
My Second Row-Lovelace, Gorsage, Seller, Campbell, Boyd, Van Scyoc, Tipton, Clark, Cotton. ,
Q, Third Row-Fuller, Erwin, W'etmore, Wise, Hankins, Schultz, Nick, Kelly, Ashren. , fl
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I-I VicefPresident ........ ................ R obert Cannon H
S Secretary .............. ....... R uth Sheffendecker S
X, Treasurer .......... ............... L ee Bartlett jf
Sponsor ....... ........ M iss Cora Luce
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First Row-Hale, Pendleton, Foster, Weldon fCheer Leaderj, Cone, Brunk, Alvey, Wells, Leep
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:S Second Row-Bordner, Warner, Houts, Pyle, Madison, Ashlock, Hiatt, Nufer. f
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T ' First Row-Iohnson fPresidentD, Hultz, Lloyd, Duty, Smith, Hedrick, Eversole, Foust. A
la Second Row-Williams, Breedlove, Gates, Davis, Sheffendecker fSecretaryD, Bartlett fTreasf '
1 urerj, Elam, Bruce, Brant.
, Third Row-Marlow, Schultz, E. Johnson, Franklin, Kahler, Berry, Males, Hutcherson, Stephan. ?
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K The annual juniorfSenior banquet was sponsored and financed by the Junior A
H Glass. In order to obtain funds for this banquet, members of the class sold candy at H
S football and basketball games, and presented a, play.
if The Junior girls won the interclass volley ball and basket ball tournaments this
year and the Junior boys won the interclass basket ball tournament. 2 .
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Bl First Row--T. Ryan, Anderson, Irons, Gray, Derrington, Aubuchon, Holloway, Smeltzer.
2. Second Row-Lopate, Shutt, Hatfield, Beal, Persky, Gannon fVicefPresidentj, Gallop, Leep,
,AQ Third Row-John, Bristow, Wolf, Campbell, Scherer, Thorp, Daugherty, Burns, Wiseman.
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Second Row-Worthington, Delice Earhart, Nisbett CSecretaryJ, Durre, Wilson, Smith, Reiner, gl
' ' Dorothy Earhart, Ketchum. 5' '
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H President .............. .... - ...... ....... N 0 rris Miller H
S - VicefPresident ........ ....... G lenn Lloyd S
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Secretary ........... ...... ........ E V elyn Nishett J
Xi, Treasurer ....... ........................ W illiarn Reed 2
A i Sponsor ....... ....... M iss Mae Rueggenmeier 7
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E, First Row--Hewitt, Fisher, Harrison, Chisharn, Cooper, Baker, Woods, Beavers, Cash, Hopper.
Second Row-Boyd, Norwood, McDonald, Heatherton, Scott, McKnight, Law, McGirk, Tippie. im?
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First Row-Semon, Frye, Lloyd fVicefPresidentj, Hagood fCheer Leaderj, R. John, Marti,
, - Lentz, Smith, Harkness, Jones. '
5 Second Row-Gffut, Lovell, I. Sheppard, Reed, Parker, Robinson, Wise, Cox, Bird. 1 '
the annual and paper. A Sophomore home room won the contest held to see which
home room could obtain the largest number of subscriptions for the annual. S
- The class gave a picnic for members of the class during the early part of the '-
. The Sophomore Class was active this year in helping to obtain subscriptions for I
school term and a party during the latter part of the year. V V
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it First Rowhjones, Brickey, Moore, Miller fPresidentj, Reed flreasurerj, Miss Mae Rueggenf Q-
, meier fSponsorj, DeLeon, Daniels, Brown, Alvarado. '
lag Second Row-fGibbs, Stronach, Graham, Post, Wallace, Hartegan, Sprague, Leaton, Long.
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First Row-R. Payne, Mamie, Loomis, Spencer, Zarzua, Purinton, Norwood, Pacheco, Latin, .y
Mason, Mitchell, Pearson. ' L -
l Second Row-I. Pruitt, C. Lopate, Morse, H. Persky, M. McGuire, V. Ohrmundt, B. Redwinc, f '
5 L. Pruitt, Powell, Reisacher, R. Reynolds, Reed, Reynolds. , ,
D Third Row-Tipton, Price, G. Reynolds. Leaton, Linton, Monsche, Laverack, Lehman, E. Pruitt, S
Martin, Mayden, Raines, Tipps. - u i
Tj Fourth Row-Foglesong, Berns, Minnix, Thomas, Mayo fVicefPresidentj, McMil1en, McKisick ig?
K L fTreasurerj.
H i Ninth Grade Officers H
if L President .............. ................... . ................... ....... S li irley SWCCZY 5,
VicefPresident.-.. ..... ......... H omer Mayo
t Secretary ...,.,........ ........... P auline Huff
' Treasurer .......... ...... H orace McKisick y
XIV Sponsor ...,... ........ M iss Edith Simon 7
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'A First Row-Ricks fCheer Leaderj, Kirk, P. Seller, Stamhaugh, Van Brunt, Waters, R. Rice,
,N Sails, Stephan, Rowland, Woolery, B. Stott, Tush.
in Second Row-Tush, Saultz, Sumner, Schiebel, White, Simmons, W. Winger, Mize, Singleton, l
A South, E. Smith.
bi Third Row-Roller, I. Spaulding, S. Sweezy fPresidentj, Rosser, Walker, T. Spaulding, Shep- If
pard, Rollins, Taylor, Farnham, Shipman, Stewart, Wright. .5
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Eirst Row-Henninger, H. John, Gieck, L. Jones, Kerr, Kennedy, Innes, Haas, C. Johnson, Graf '5
vatt, R. Hartegan, F. Johnson. F
J Second Ro-ww-Ensbrunner, Hale, Lovelace, Keith, Lasvvell, G. Johnson, Hershey, King, Hoffman, '
Harris, Jones, Franklin, Layman. . ff
Third Row-Higgins, Engel, C. Lake, Hedrick, Hankins, Harrison, Haney, Hardine, Huff fSec' ,
retaryj, Earl, Keyes, Easley, Harman, Eultz, Hageman. Sa
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'K Ninth grade assemblies were given this year on Fridays by members of the ninth
H grade during activities period. These assemblies were given in the auditorium, for H
S the ninth grade and sometimes for the entire Junior High School. S
XJ A ninth grade home room Won a prize for obtaining the largest percentage of xf
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First Rovvl-Beamont, Breedlovle, A?j1locfik,ECcemstock, zgnderson, H. Davis, Cantrell, Price,
Ashren, R. Calla an, oo , . orman, . orman.
is Second Row-Miss Edith Sin1iDonCfSpcl3nsi3rz3, Calllzihag Burgard, Baker, Beckwith, Atherton, 'rg
Brown, Latin, . amp e , . amp e , unn. .
.- Third Row-Christine, Duffield, Clark, Calvin, V. Anderson, Burns, Dobson, O. Bartley, Dulin, -
Ni Davis, T. Anderson, H. Csburn, Bruce, Clark, Bartley. yt
by EIGHTH GRADE '.
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' First Row--Eisman, Thornstenberg, Stile, Milburn, Miss Katherine Koehler fSponsorl, McCarty, ,il
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l Second Row-Could, King, Saler, Lillich, Bishop, NVoolard, Asher, Childers. ' ui
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'K President .............. ..................... ......... ...... ............. P a u l Rupard 'AP
VicefPresident ........ ................. J unior Wolf H
H Secretary ........ , ..... ............................... ........... L o uie May Willis
S Treasurer .......... ................. , , ,.......................................... jim Smith 5
Sponsors ......... ........ M iss Lillian Jessup, Miss Katherine Koehler
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' First Row-Rogers, Woodruff, Craig, Cooper, Caudle, Clson, Buck, Pyle. s
fl Second Row-Willis fSecretaryj, Johnson M'l R
, ies, eynolds, Boice, Beevers, Moherly, Hewitt, "
Hester, Deever. .
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First Rosw-Wiolf CVicefPresidentJ, Middleton, Gillispie, H. Bruce, Stockton, Rupard CPresi-
f dentl, M. Bruce, Middleton, Pearson, Dorrell. f
l X Second Row-Vxfalton, M. Fisher, Holman, L. Fisher, Conley, Winter, Mavity, Marlow, Morrison. 1
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'K character education. In order to promote this type of development, a large number
H of posters were made by members of the eighth grade, showing the advantage of I-I
S Vwellfrounded character. S
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First Row-Moore, J. Anderson, Smeltzer, McLean, Patterson, Arnold, Hammer, Hershey, Craig, 9
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hi, Second Row--Hazelwood, Harris, Petzold, Purinton, Huston, Weaver, Thomas, Knapp fCheer :
. , Leaderj, Steffens, Taylor, Davidson, Smith fTreasurerJ. 1
' Third Row-South, Sherry, Shutt, A. Lake, Parish, Beach, Baker, Trueblood, McFarland, Petry, 4'
X, Campbell, Sackman, Haas,
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'l' First Row-Short, Kerr, D. Young, G. Williams, G. Wise, Judson, Van Brunt, Sturdivan, El,
L5 Sparks, Thomas, Miss Malta Sheppard CSponsorJ.
,mi Second Row-Van Gothen, Thornton, Shores, G. Van Gosen, Webster, Stockwell, Taylor, , , '
l, l Spencer, Thomas, Singleton, Wells. , p fi
Third Row-1Seigler, Sudduth, K. Wells, Trestor, Tansey, Tabberer, Weyant. i
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VicefPresident ......... ...... K enneth Woods H
Secretary ........... ......... G enevieve Bohner V S
Treasurer ........ ..... Q .............. H erbert Haas
Sponsor ........ . ........ Miss Malta Sheppard
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First Row-F. Reed, Lemon, Redwine fPresidentj, Olseene, Percival, Minegay, Scott, Robins,
Woods fV1C6'PfCSidCHtJ, Prather, Mullen, Pruitt, Sherry.
EQ ' Second Row-Long, Savage, Miller, D, Martin, D. McHenry, Metz, Matney, M. Reed, Mc' 'Ll
gpg Gullough, Scothorn, Lemon, Mason, Lucas.
,QW Third Row-Waters, Petty, Lambeth, S. Reed, Reed. 1
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,Q First Row-Baker, M. Adams, Brown, Cathey, A. Baker, Easter, Busch, I. Barton, G. Cooper
, Bartlett. ,
' x Second Row-Berns, Degroff, Denny, Bohner fSecretaryj, Derrington CCheer Leaderj, Bastel, , A
Q M. Taylor, Leavitt, Bristow, Butcher. '
, Third Rorw-Bkailri Cooper, M. Derringer, Hale, G. Bohner, Ash, B. Brown, Carr, Bartley,
A S1 OC . " Fourth Row+Beer, Beasley, Childers, Dunlap, Clark, Belshaw, Dix. ' i
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S ing a weekly play day for the seventh grade. One afternoon each week, members S
X, of the seventh grade were permitted to go into the gymnasium during activities period
and play during that time.
3 A seventh grade party was given during the fourth and fifth hours in the gymf
K r nasium, April 19. i Q
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.I n Second ROWMg1?ggi2,, Igiggnsaelyislfgyihbs, Espy, Franklin, Hollingsworth, Gunn, Hershey, Haney, N if
Third Row-Jenkins, Fuller, Hankins, Foster, Haas fTreasurerj, Haney, Kerr, Rogers, Seller.
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V. D. Keyes basket ball and track coach has 5
been at Argentine High School since 1922. H
is a graduate of Southwestern College Winfield
Kansas where he Won honors as an athlete in '
football basket ball baseball and track. - i
His work in the development of basket ball rf
and track teams has been of the highest stand T
ard. He also aids in coaching the football team. -,
v. D. KEYES .
J. C. Shankland, football coach and K'
assistant basket ball coach, was graduf 1'
to Argentine in 1926. He was graduf fx
ated from the College of Emporia in V A-
ated from McPherson College, McPherf
1922, where he Won letters in football, H
son, Kansas, in 1923, where he Won letf
basket ball and track. He came to Ar' S
ters in basket ball and football.
gentine last fall, after a successful career
Mr. Hoover aids in the handling of Q
as coach at the high school in Leavenf '
WOIFI1, KaHSHS- High School athletics.
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F. S. Hoover, assistant coach, came .gg
the football team and coaches Junior
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Q Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight,
Argentine Fights! Argentine Fights!
N Argentine Fights! Fights! Fights!
x The cheer leaders for this year have done much to promote organized cheering.
f A new type of costume was chosen this year. For the girls, it consisted of blue
E flannel skirts, orangefcolored sweaters and light hose. The boys' costume consisted of
blue trousers and an orange sweater. A , I
This year a cheer leader was chosen from each of the High School classes.
'K Myra Belshaw, the Senior Class cheer leader, was president of the Booster Club,
H a member of the Annual Staff and of The Argentian Staff. Elizabeth Wetmore, the
S Junior cheer leader, was vicefpresident of the Booster Club, and took part in the Junior
56 play. Kenneth Hagood was cheer leader for the Sophomore class.
xx IVIYRA BELSHAW KENNETH HAGOOD ELIZABETH WETMORE
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X N The football, season began with about sixty men
f i reporting for practice the first day. The team was
x built around a nucleus of six letter men with
" up Joseph Nick, quarterback, as captain.
L Argentine, Og Leavenworth, O
Both teams played a typical first season form, of
ll football, with much fumbling and penalties for off
ix' Argentine, 13g Lafayette, O
,' The second game of the season was played with
r Lafayette on Argentinels field. The line showed
1 a stonevvall defense and interference worked like a
, JOSEPH NICK,
- ' Captain
Argentine, Og Shawnee Mission, 6
i f This game was evenly divided, each team threatening to score several times. The
Indians, in the last quarter, ran ten yards for the only score of thegame.
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I-I The "Mustangs, 5' fourth game resulted in a scoreless tie with Olathe. This was
S a hardffought game, both teams showing good defense.
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, First Row-Anderson, Bartlett, Weldon, Nick CCaptainD, W. Beasley, Irons, I. C. Shankland
Second Row-Deleon, Brunk, Cannon, Pendleton, Lakin, Alvey, Franklin.
' A Argentine O' Osawatomie O
The team s strife with Csawatomie ended in an
A other scoreless tie.
' . Argentine, 2, Central, '7
Argentine's annual game with Central proved a
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safety and Central made a plunge of eighteen yards
lx for a touchdown.
x l Argentine, Og Rocklwrst, 13 1 A
U The seventh game of the season, which was with
l the Rockhurst eleven, netted another defeat.
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5 Argentine, Og Rosedale, 40
, The annual Turkey Day game proved disastrous. Always before, the "Mustangs"
- had either won or tied with the Mount Martians, but the L'jinX" was thrown off.
X Argentine, however, made a hard fight from start to finish.
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Nick was captain of the team and had some tough breaks but he kept faith in .
V his men and kept them in good spirits. I ,
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I N Beasley was the best broken field runner on the Squad. ,
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A Franklin was the gamest end in the city. . '
It Lakin made his letter this year even though he lacked some playing time. I I GLENN BRUNK 'K Brunk, captainfeleet, was ahead of all rivals for a berth on the allfcity team.
I-I WILLIAM PENDLETON
S . Pendleton made the allfcity team. S
HERBERT ALVEY X!
Alvey could always open a hole on the offense. Q
5 CHARLES WELDON K p Weldon is a powerful plunger. He will play next year. , , 7
if . I WILLIAM IRoNS
xx" Irons is heavy and should "hold that line" when he returns next year. If
CQ I ROBERT CANNON I, Q
' , Cannon was a little light for a guard but he made up for it in aggressiveness.
IQ ' LEE BARTLETT '
A Bartlett made his first letter this year. He could always be depended on.
,X MARCUS DE LEON L
: . DeLeon plays consistent football. I-Ie will be back next year.
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The squad was built around a nucleus of two ' -
letter men. These two were Melvin Small, cenf. '
In ter and captain, and Joseph Nick, guard. A
. group of promising forwards and guards helped
Q to assure a bright outlook for the season. Pracf 4
I tice began November 26, when forty men ref
ported for the first workfout. A'
4 Argentine, 22, Shawnee Mission, 19 r
X This game was one of the fastest of the season.
r The "Indians,' opened and closed the scoring
x but the "Mustangs" made enough "in between" A
to send them home defeated. r Shawnee Mission 1
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,Vi I Robert Brant made a goal, putting Argentine ,,,e
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g The sixth game of the season was with Rosedale on Argentine's court. It was 'Ax one of the most furious games seen on the court this season. In the last quarter, with 'X
Rosedale in the lead, Melvin Small and Robert Brant brought the "Mustangs" in the A
ISI lead and a few seconds later the whistle blew. H
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gm Second Row-Aubuchon, Brant, Small fCaptainj, Smith, Nufer, Nick. Q,
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battle. Although the Leavenworth cagers virtually walked away with five points in
. the initial moment of the fray, a shift of position immediately started a steadily rising
f- score. William Beasley stepped in for a spurt of goaling and Melvin Small and Robert
N Brant pushed the score up five points. In the last quarter, the "Mustangs" scored
' . eight points.
M2 Ar entine, 22, Lawrence, 38 V
The fastest game of the season proved too much for the "Mustangs" Lawrence
5' held a lead throughout the game but Argentine fought hard to change it.
XX Argentine, 32, Olathe, 23
N The return clash with Olathe resulted in a victory for Argentine. The team
displayed one of the best offenses of the season. Twice the visitors sank enough to
Q' come to a one or two point lead, but twice the "Mustangs" came through for su'
lg premacy. When the whistle blew, the hosts had an elevenfpoint lead.
' Argentine, 20, Topeka, 43
5 The most disastrous defeat was that handed by Topeka. The game was fast and
f the Argentine crew held the Topeka cagers well but the "Mustangs" weakened tof
- wards the last and the score began piling up on the other end.
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' Second Row-J. C. Shankland fCoachj, Brown, Frye, Foster, Harkness, Hale, V. D. Keyes
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NZ MELVIN SMALL, the captain of the "Blue" and "Gold" quintet, won his third
letter playing center. His stellar play and leadership account for his being chosen i
x -captain and forward on the allfcity team. . I
f y , JCSEPH NICK made his second letter at guard this year. His defensive play p
A was outstanding. He was also an accurate goal shooter. ,-
RQBERT BRANT played forward. His fast attack and accurate shots made
him a valuable offensive player. He graduates this year, "
WILLIAM BEASLEY was a formidable defensive player and also went very
EK well on offense. He graduates this year. 'x
H VJALTER JCHNSQN, a Junior, won a regular position this year. He always
S played a hard, fast offensive game. He should be a mainstay of next year's team. A
DANIEL BEASLEY made his first letter as a substitute forward. He was always X ready to go in and garner a few needed points. He is a Junior. I
X NQRVAL MOCRE, a Sophomore, substituted at guard and showed ability as
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V I KENT NUEER substituted at guard and forward. He was always ready to EY
give his best. He will be back next year. V
A 1 KENNETH SMITH was always ready to go in at guard or forward and proved
XR to be a capable man at either position.
, LECJNARD AUBUCHCN played guard and showed ability as a defensive
man. He will be valuable material for next year's team. 4
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1' The Junior High basket ball season started with thirtyffive men out for practice. in
I N F. S. Hoover, coach, eliminated the number down to fifteen men, after a hard drill. f
S, During the season, eight games were played in the league, and one game in a .
FQ tournament. . . P '
Although Coach Hoover's basketeers had an unsusccessful season, they showed -f
F I the Argentine fight and grit in all the games played. V P 'f
The following men made letters: Grover Johnson fCaptainj, Charles Johnson, "
W John Innes, Victor Pacheco, Howard Knapp, Robert Lattin, Lloyd Childers, Robert f
X The requirement for a letter was to make first team. Grover johnson, Charles I
Johnson, John Innes, Victor Pacheco, and Howard Knapp, were the men to play in gl
, the majority of the games and were the five mainstays. ,
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4' Argentine 23-Excelsior Springs 17 ......... ,,,,,,,,,, h ere ,QF
Argentine 22-+Shawnee Mission 19 ......... .......... h ere 9
' is Argentine 19-Olathe 25' .................... ......... t here 'A
Argentine 28-Wyandotte 33 ......... .......... h ere
Argentine 26-Rosedale 23 ................ .......... h ere Z
A Argentine 24-Shawnee Mission 19 ....... ......... t here
Argentine 22-Ottawa 25 ................... .......... h ere
A 7 Argentine 22-Leavenworth 16 ...... ......... t here - 1
' , Argentine 29-4Atchison 13 ........... ......... t here
X A Argentine 22-Lawrence 38 ......... ......... t here gf
1 A Argentine 24-4Wyandotte 38 ....... ...... ......... t h ere
,I Argentine 22-Rosedale 25 ........ there
1 Argentine 32-Olathe 23 .......... .................... .......... h e re 1
' Argentine 20-Topeka 43 .......... there
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i f I i Argentine 6-Northwest 16 ........ .......... h ere 57 Argentine 8-Rosedale 12 .,...... there
Argentine 17-Wyandotte 21' ....... there
A Argentine 16-Central 9 ............ there 'K
H Argentine 12-Northwest 13 ....... there
S Argentine 16-Rosedale 18 ............. .......... h ere H
XJ Argentine 21-Wyaiidotte 12 .......... ................ h ere S
Argentine 12-Central 16 ............ .................... h ere
K Argentine 10--Leavenworth 21 ....... .......... T ournament
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The track team this year was composed al' A
'f most entirely of new men. Gnly two letter men, b
X William Beasley and Walter Johnson, were hack 3 1
' for this year.
The team was handicapped very much by the
i absence of an indoor court. Practice was held i
on the Argentine athletic field, Thirtyffourth. ,J
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, and Strong avenue, and many days it was too
Xi cold for practice. I
X Practice started April 2, with fifteen Senior -
X High School men out. William Beasley, Donf 'l
X ald Green and Howard Keele were the only
Seniors on the squad. - 5
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i First Row-Brown, Knapp, Miller, Green, Derrington, Hedrick, Smith, I. C. Shankland fCoachJ.
M Second Row-Keele, DeLeon, Wells, Irons, Anderson, Johnson. '
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The team participated in the Kansas Relays
at Lawrence, Kansas, April 20, the Baker Unif
versity Relay Carnival at Baldwin, Kansas, April
27, the Northeast Kansas League meet at Leavenf
worth, a dual meet with Rosedale at the Argenf
tine athletic field, a dual meet with Shawnee
Mission at the Argentine athletic field, a quadf
rangular meet with Rosedale, Wyandotte, and
Qlathe at the Wyandotte field, May 1.
To win a letter in track a hoy must fulfill any
of these requirements: place in a state meet or
Northeast league meet, place one first or two
seconds in a dual meet.
J. C. Shankland is track coach of the Senior
High School, and F. S. Hoover is coach of the
Junior High School track men.
William Irons Bernard Anderson ' Walter johnson
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The "A" Club was organized in 1918 by a small group of "letter" men. It has
, grown to a club of approximately one hundred members. It is composed of young
" men athletes, who have won one or more first team letters.
T ' - :The 'iff' Club was organized to promote clean, true sportsmanship in athletics,
tosecure a closer cofoperation between the members of the teams and the student A A
7? body, "to insure the success of the several teams by aiding them in any way possible, 74
and to stimulateinterest of the student body and townspeople in the season's various Al
W? athletic contests.
Each year some form of entertainment is given by the club, the proceeds of which N Q
N go to defray the expenses of the annual banquet given for all members of the club and f
S I their guests. A if
lx? The requirements for earning a letter in the different sports: football, participation '
' . in fifteen full quarters in the first team games of one season, basket ball, twofthirds fl
il of the games' of the season, baseball, fortyffive full innings, track, winning a first, A
f second, or third place in a state meet or one first and two second places in a dual 7
meet, tennis, twofthirds of the season's matches, golf, two or more tournam.ents. A W
letter may also be given upon the coach's recommendation and the vote of the club. r
'Af OFFICERS ff
President ,.................. ...................... ......... W i lliam Beasley H
XS! VicefPresident ........... .......... M elvin Small 5,
SecretaryfTreasurer ......... ....... B urnett Franklin
X Sergeantfatffxrms .......... ....... - -.Glenn Brunk i t
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W Second Row-V. D. Keyes fCoachD, Small, Brunk, DeLeon, Irons, Beasley, Cannon, johnson. 1
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X The Girls Athletic association was organized 1 '
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I in September, 1925, for the purpose of encouragf
P ing and promoting gymnasium Work and athf ' 1
letics. Any girl in the Junior, or Senior High
School Who is interested in athletics may join -1
' ,. the organization, but she must earn twentyffive , i
at points each year to maintain her membership. ,
' T The Athletic association this year sponsored '
x the interclass tournaments in the various sports. i,
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A .1 OFFICERS - A , -
i . President ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. ............................. ......... M a rtha Bishop ' 4
VicefPresident ........ ....................... ....... H 6 lefl McGuire 15
Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,, ............. K athryn Cotton 5
Treasurer ,,,.,.,, .....,.... ......... ............... D o r othy Campbell if , ,, K
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gf The Girls, "Aw Club was organized in September, 1926, for all girls who had: gf
earned the required six hundred points, by participating in the Various sports.
K 5 President ............... ............................. ........ L u ella Chrmundt l y
VicefPresident ......... ......... H elen Young 5
Q Secretary .............. .......... K athryn Nick it
x x Treasurer ................ ......... M artha Bishop ,,
SergeantfatfArms ..................... ............................... Helen McGuire S
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M Top Row-Purvis, Nick, Wise, McKnight, Wilson Shutt, Harris, Miss Dunmire lCoachj.
rg Bottom Row-Baker, McGuire, L. Ohrmundt, Bishop, Young, D. Campbell, Boyd, Norwood. "
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. Girls athletics this year have consisted of interclass tournaments in volley ball, f
basket ball baseball and track. Teams were chosen from each of the classes above ll
. the seventh grade and each played the teams representing the other classes. Final L
it games between the two teams defeating all other classes were played off in assemblies a
' I in the gymnasium. . .5 U.
X Both the Junior and Senior teams defeated the eighth grade, Freshman, and '
Sophomore teams, therefore, the game to determine the championship was played in It '
IS an assembly. The Juniors defeated the Seniors in this game. '
' .The winning players were: Clare Franklin, captain, Violet Kahler, Kathryn
Nick, Ada Campbell, Helen Wise, Dorothy Daugherty, Vera Campbell, Ruth Sheff' -
endecker, and Gladys Shutt. r
X Fifty additional points were given to the winners. Twentyffive points were '
given to any girl playing an entire game. Numerals were given to each person earnf f
ing three hundred points, and a bar was given for each one hundred points over the L
l number required for a letter. L ' T
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First Row-Miss Ruth Dunmire CCoachJ. 'Li
. Second Row-Franklin fCaptainj, Sheffendecker, A. Campbell, Shutt. -
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' defeated the Seniors with a score of 19fl6. The Seniors had defeated the eighth
XL grade and the Freshmen, the Sophomores had defeated the eighth grade, Freshmen, l
I M and Seniors. The Junior team won every game, defeating the eighth grade, Freshmen,
8 Sophomores, and Seniors. . '
' Each member on the team received fifty points for the championship.
T THOSE ON THE WINNING TEAM
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i i, Lois Mae Hatfield ...................................................... jumping center L
l Pauline Wiseman ............ ,,,,,,,, 1- unning Center Q' ' Kathryn Nick .................... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, f Orward
Gladys Shutt fCaptainQ ....... ,,,,,.,,,,,, f Ofwafd
Clare Franklin .................... A ,,,,,-,,, guard FAT Violet Kahler , .....,.. ......... guard
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i Editor Business Manager instructor
5 oFL'1oERs OF THE PRESS CLUB .
I-I President ,,.-,,,,,,,,, X ....L.. Trevor Lovelace
51 VicefPresident ,,,,,,,, ........ L l1Cill6 HaHkiDS
Secretary ......... .......... F rances Burke A '-
X Treasurer ,,,,,,,., ........ L uella Qllrmundt
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The Argentian, the high school paper, is edited twice a month through the
efforts of the beginning and advanced journalism classes. The beginning class i
is students are called news reporters. They do not secure staff positions the first year ,
Q but help collect the news. The secondfyear students are given staff positions and are 7
j 1 expected to put in time outside of school to fulfill requirements in that place. The 1-
editor, makefup editor, business manager and advertising manager' are selected from
the thirdfyear journalism students.
l The Argentian wasawarded first place by The Columbia Scholastic Press Assof h
ciation, Columbia University, in the 1927 and 1928 contests. pf
I The Junior and Senior students are taught in the same class, but each has a D In
separate line of work. Along with the journalism work, each division has its English It
M and literature work. l -
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Each student is required to keep a stringfbook with the articles he has had printed, AQ pasted in it. 5
1 In The Press Club is composed of members of the advanced class, and members of I -5
x" the beginning class who have been able to meet set requirements. ' Q,
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First Row-Bordner, Nick, Houts, Hankins, Rogers, T. Lovelace, Ryan, Cone, I. Persky, Foster, It
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Second Row-Leep, Fuller, Ghrmundt, Bishop, S. Persky, Burke, Purvis, Hatfield, Burns, Lopate, .-f
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Third Row-Belshaw, Iwi. Lovelace, Daugherty, Campbell, Shores, Graham, Crockett, Cotton. 'Br
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,W Among those from Whom interviews were obtained were: lgnace Paderewski, j i
Ruth Elder, Lela Ward Gaston, General john J. Pershing, J. C. Nichols, the men 'N who im ersonated Santa Claus at the different de artment stores in the city, M. E. FN
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S U. S. Guyer, Helen Wills, John Philip Sousa, Madame GallifCurci, Ralph Norman S
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Second Row-Kenton, Wilson, Arnold, Nisbett, Holloway, Cox, Winchell, Scott, Toalson.
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Frances Burke .......
Mabel Shores .......
Maurine Crockett .........
Paul Haas .................. ..
Burnett Franklin ....... Athletics
David Lakin ...................
Dorothy Campbell ..........
Lillie Baker .................... l Art Editors
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ol First Row-Young, Baker, S. Persky, Ohrmundt, Halcornb, McGuire, Moffett. ff
. Second Row-Belshaw, Bishop, Lakin, Lozier, Loetel, Howell, Burke, Law, Graham,-Shores, Miss
Frances Taylor fSponsorJ.
,AQ Third Row-Campbell, Haas, Crockett, Franklin, Purvis, Lovelace, Johnson, Keele. L I
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iq First Row-Moffett, Easter, Redwine, Rollins, Daugherty, Young, Sellers, Bristow. 1
' Second Row-Worthington, Buck, Roberts, Anderson, Ketchum, Johnson, Lozier, Trueblood, Sf
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E Third Row-Halcomb, McGuire, Cheak, Campbell, Bishop, Clark, Cotto-n, Wilson, Fisher, I ,
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The music department is composed of five classes which enable the students to gf
A develop musical talent, study theory and harmony, and learn to appreciate good music.
I-I A Spanish operetta, "The Belle of Barcelona," by Chaney, was presented Februf H
S ary 15 and 16.1 The Clee Clubs presented a Christmas cantata, "King All Glorious," S
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, First Row-Jones, Callahan, Bartlett, Keele, Howell, Stronach, Haas, Cannon, Johnson, Young,
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AQ Second Row-Hale, Anderson, Brown, Cain, Loetel, Derrington, Brunk, Alvey, Weldon, Brant. bf
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' First Row-Miss Madra Hall fDirectorj, Wright, Buck, Thomas, Hedrick, Reed, Eversole,
x Sprague, Harrison, Rowland, Keele, Campbell. 1
Second Row-Marti, E. Baker, Ohrmundt, Berry, Tippie, Graham, Shutt, Hultz, Knapp, Davis,
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Third Row-Smeltzer, Caudle, A. Baker, Bristow. p
if The enrollment in the various music organizations at the beginning of the year was: Girls' Glee Club, 27, Boys, Glee Club, 253 Crchestra, 26, Junior High School
f-N E Chorus, 46. . , A . , , . . . A
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First Row-Mason, Singleton, Coons, T. Clarke, Tansey, Miller, Van Brunt, Wise, Young, .
W Haney, W. Kerr, Fuller. ,
Second Row--Spencer, Willis, Reed, Taylor, Pruitt, Hester, King, D. Clark, Milburn, Leaton, f
in McCarty, Stronach, Carr, Miss Madra Hall fDirectorj. 'f
Third Row-Mullen, Miller, Lemon, Thornton, Gunn, Ash, Savage, Redwine, Shores, Gibbs, ,
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lag Fourth Row-Foster, Rogers, L. Kerr, Jenkins, Berns, Childers, Tabberer, Lambeth, Sudduth. 7:
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The Booster Club was organized in 1925 for the purpose of boosting all school .
. Q activities, articularl the athletic eventsf It ives numerous " e " assemblies and 5 q
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President ................... ............................................... M yra Belshaw A VicefPresident ............. ....... ............... ........ E l i zabeth Wetmorei A
H SecretaryfTreasurer .......................................................... Doris Purvis H
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The H1fY or anization 1S still in its infanc , but the work done this ear has made 1
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work this year has acquainted the members with the purpose of the HifY. It has
also decided upon the problems that confront the members and their solution. E. A.
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Second Row-Brickey, D. Beasley, Leaton, Hultz, Wells, Arnold, Winchell,.Foster, Keele, Hale. -
N 1 Third Row-Kenton, Brown, Purvis, Hedrick, Irons, Rogers, Brown, Anderson, Johnson, Leep. 71
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'lj First Row--A. Campbell, Wolf, Bristow, Lovelace, Lopate, Wilson, Fuller, Graham, Shores,
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1 Second Row-Miss Mae Rueggenmeier f,SponsorJ, Berry, V. Campbell, Seller, Gorsage, Cox, -
' ,N Fishi, Burke, Purvis, Han-kins, Crockett, Parker, Nisbett, Dorothy Earhart, Wise, ,Q
A' Q Smit . ' Third Row-Burns, Scott, Heatherton, Walpole, G, Wilson, Delice Earhart, D. Campbell, Ohr' ,Ba
I mundt, Bishop, Cheak, Thorp, McDonald, Stronach, Bird. L
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1 First Row-Ro ers, Gibbs, Sprague, Bruce, Leep, Tipton, Stephan, Marlow, Sheffendecker,
Anderson, Elam, Clark, Williams, Schultz, Cffutt. I I
.- Second Row-Buck, Easter, Post, Moffett, Wiseman, Worthington, Buckles, Robinson, Roberts,
it Trueblood, McGuire, Lozier, S. Schultz, Breedlove, Baker, Young, Persky, Miss
4 Katherine Koehler fSponsorj. A
' Third Row--Lovell, Glassford, Cotton, Halcomb, Johnson, Smith, Harris, Wise, Nick, Madison, V 'Q
Pyle, Daugherty, Durre, Sheppard. 'Q
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I ' First Row-Minnix, Wollery, Spencer, K, Smith, Alvarado, Schiebel, Belshaw. gl
Y N' Second Row-Hardine, Stewart, Hagemann, Haney, Miss Maude Hewitt CSponsorD, Reed, ,
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. 'Third Row-Laverack, Keyes, Callahan, Reynolds, Christine, Bishop, Raines, Berry, Glassford. . .3
A' The aim of the Art Club is threefold: to give opportunity for creative expression 'I '
in as complete and beautiful a way as possible, to train the hand and the imagination, Q.
f and to develop in each member, a spirit of art appreciation. I mg
' President ........ .................................................. M ary Erwin -Ps
Q Sponsor ....... ........................ ........ M i ss Maud Hewitt S " 0 S
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5 The purpose of the Latin clubs is to stimulate interest in the study of Latin. i
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First Row-Layman, Wright, Earl, Rowland, Mayo, Harrison, Gravatt, Stambaugh, Sails, Jones, E'
LU Jantzen, Duree, Bird, Smith. 1
S Second Row-Semon, L Pruitt, Lopate, Hagemann, Harrison, Morse, Burns, Stewart, Wise, Miss 7
Myrtle McCormick fSponsorj, Reiner, Sheppard, Comstock, Ashlock, Cantrell ,
in Persky, Walpole. , Q ,
. Third Row+Enzbrummer, Cook, Gibbs, Post, Davis,f Bartley, Sheppard, Easley, Walker, Sum'
ner, Sprague, Graham, Lovell, Tush, Saultz. A '
' Fourth Row-Henninger, Durham, Laswell, John, Gieck, Lovelace, Stott. 1-
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This is the third year that Argentine High School has had a student council. Z
The purpose of the council is to bring about closer cofoperation between the facf ,ji
ulty and the student body, to provide student participation in the administrative L !
policies of the high school. it
One of the projects sponsored by the council this year is the beautification of the
grounds around the building. The student council also cofoperated with the faculty '
in presenting two openfhouse nights. It assisted in getting out a 'handbook of Argenf v
tine High School.
Membership in the council consists of all class presidents, president of Booster
Club, president of Girls' "A" Club, president of Boys' HA" Club, president of Girl
Reserves, president of Girls' Athletic Association, president of HifY, editorfinfchief
and business manager of the paper and of the annual, captain of track team, of basket
ball team, and of football team. i
President ....................... .......... . ...... . ..... .......... B u rnett Franklin
SecretaryfTreasurer ......... ......... L uella Chrmundt '
First Row-Rupard, Franklin, Rogers, Miller, Lovelace, Small, Beasley, Johnson. N '
Second Row-Redwine, Bishop, Belshaw, Persky, Ohrmundt, Purvis, Sweezy. bl
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T' First Row--Rogers, Sorrels, Sheppard, Howell, Lovelace, Keele. U
Second Row-Brown, Miss Frances Taylor fClass Sponsorj, Belshaw, Johnson, Purvis, Miss
Doris Carpenter fDirectorj, Moffett, Haas.
f x The Senior Class presented a threefact play, "The Time ,of His Life," by C.
" Leona Dalrymple, January '25, 26. The proceeds from the second night were used
T T for the annual. The play was directed by Miss Doris Carpenter, dramatic art inf
structor, and Miss Frances Taylor, Senior Class sponsor.
a The play centered around the confusion resulting when Thomas Carter substif
tuted for a negro butler when his sister had unexpected visitors.
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First Row-Daugherty, Bartlett, Nufer, Fuller.
Second Row-Miss Cora Luce CSponsorD, Leep, Wetmore, Hankins, Mitchell, Miss Doris Carf ,
, penter fDirectorj.
'The Junior Class presented a threefact comedy, ujune Timef' by Sally Shute,
April 5, 6. The proceeds from the play were used toward financing the annual P
A 1, JuniorfSenior banquet. The play was directed by Miss Doris Carpenter, dramatic
in art instructor, and Miss Cora Luce, Junior Class sponsor.
D "june Time" deals with the complications arisinggwhen a young doctor sublets
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x President ................ L ................................... Mrs. Eldora Scott Buckles
VicefP'resident ....................... .............. M rs. E. M. Bristow '
t Second VicefPresident .......... ............... C . L. Richards
Secretary ............................ ....... M rs. Scott Campbell
. Treasurer ....... .......... M rs. J. B. Hultz
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President ........................................................................ Mrs. E. S. Ash
A First VicefPresident ........... ......... M rs. Scott Campbell I
H Second VicefPresident .......... ............... C . L. Richards
5, Secretary ......................... ....... M rs. Simpson Cain
Treasurer .......... ......... M rs. J. B. Hultz A
The Argentine'High School ParentfTeacher Association was organized October
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This organization was formed for the purpose of bringing the home and the i
. ' school into closer contact with each other, and to create a stronger bond between the
parents, the teachers and the children. The school as a Whole, has been much benef
fited by the cofoperation of the splendid workers of the organization and in turn, the
X1 student body tries to make the association one of the foremost of the city in member'
- I ship. -
'li This year the ParentfTeacher Association offered a scholarship prize of 320.00
if to the Senior boy or girl having the highest grades for the Senior year. The purpose
of the scholarship is to induce the students to work hard for a higher and better l
, standard of school work, and to help someone in going to college.
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it The purpose of the Argentine Activities association is to promote the civic inf ,
terests in the Argentine section of the city. All
N It has brought many improvements to Argentine. Some of the outstanding if
things that have been accomplished by the association are the extending of Metropolif
x tan avenueg the buying of the athletic field and the building of the stadium, and the ' ir I
raising of 51,300 for a relief fund for the tornado victims. ,Z
, Under construction now is a sewer connection for the people west of Strong
avenue. This will extend south to the city limits and west to thecity limits.
A f A contract has been let for the completion of the mile and onefhalf of Woodland l
fi. p boulevard which will connect the Short Line with Southwest boulevard. -
'K During the coming year the association hopes to bring about the rebuilding of
I-I y the street car tracks to the end of the line at Thirtyffifth street and also the rebuilding
of the Southern Bridge, which was destroyed by fire. H
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President ............. ......... W . H. Reed Ad
VicefPresident ........... ......... J . L. Wilhm .1
X Secretaryffreasurer ...... ........ H . J. Smith
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Argentine High School opened wide its doors. ,School began. V
Glenn Rogers was appointed editorfinfchief of the school paper, and Trevor
Lovelace business manager.
Eats at last! The school cafeteria opened with approximately 100 patrons.
The subscription campaign for the school paper began.
Books were coming into use again. The school library opened.
Seniors organized for the year's journey with Burnett Franklin at the helm.
Booster Club held its first meeting of the year. Myra Belshaw was elected
Wialter Johnson was chosen to pilot the Junior Class through the year.
Five hundred students signed up for the Student Activities Ticket.
Boys' "A" Club-held its first meeting and elected William Beasley president.
The "Gold" and "Blue" gridders had a scoreless tie in their first football
game of the season with Leavenworth.
The school paper campaign ended with approximately 600 subscriptions.
ghe P. T. A. held its first meeting. ParentfTeacher membership campaign
Miss Guila Adams entertained in assembly. R I
The Girl' Reserves held their first cabinet meeting. Martha Bishop was
elected president of the Girls' Athletic Association.
The "Gold" and "Blue" eleven whitewashed LaFayette.
The Girls' Glee Club made its first appearance in assembly.
The P. T. A. entertained the teachers..
The band was organized. The Booster Club gave a steak fry.
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Miss Guila Adams gave a benefit P. T. A. program. The Boys' Glee Club V
made its first appearance in assembly. g
The Girl Reserves held a Gypsy Patteran. i '
The team lost its first gridiron game to Shawnee Mission. '.
Edward Coleman spoke in assembly on "The Demon, Fire". There was a 5.5
fire drill. if 'P
The ninth grade held a class party. The "Gold" and "Blue" eleven battled -
to a scoreless tie with Olathe. The Girls' "A" Club gave a picture show A
l at the Pershing Theatre. Ienell Redwine .was elected president of the
' seventh grade. .
'Q The Argentine picture show, "The Halfback" was given in the auditorium. Q,
' i Trevor Lovelace was chosen to head the Press Club.
QM School was dismissed during the teachers' convention. 1 f
' The "Gold" and Blue" warriors again in a scoreless tieg this time with
. Csawatomie. 1 T
The HifY held its first meeting.
Burnett Franklin was chosen president of the Student Council.
The "Mustangs" was the name voted upon for the athletic teams. f
.Q The Argentine gridders were defeated by the Wyandotte eleven. The 9
annual staff was announced. H
,X School was dismissed at noon so students could attend the American Royal me
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' The Girl Reserves made flowers for the Life Line Mission. I
is Grace Post was elected president of the Latin Club, "Societas Latina". 'The V!
.. "Gold" and 'tBlue" gridders lost to the Rockhurst eleven. f a
bi The girls' volley ball tournament started. y ' A
The football teams were given a banquet at the Chamber of Commerce. The
Dramatics Class presented "The Revolt" in assembly. 5-
W? Students were out for the Thanksgiving holidays. Argentine was defeated
1 ,. by Rosedale in football in final game of season. ,
The Boys' "A" Club initiated new members. f' ' Iune Sails was elected president of the Latin Club. all
N14 The Junior girls won the interclass volley ball championship. i fl
4 DECEMBER: .
l Group pictures were taken for the Annual. '
' N The Press Club gave a bake sale. ' '
p p Glenn Brunk was elected captain of next year's gridiron team.
The faculty had a party. 1
A gymnasium exhibition was given. ' Dr. W'. Fifield gave a talk in assembly on his world tour.
A The Girls' Athletic Association gave a party. A
H Argentine defeated Paola, 47 to 5, in the first basket ball game of the season. H
S Christmas Cantata was given by the .combined Girls' and Boys' Glee S
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The Boys' "A" Club presented a picture show, Richard Dix in "The Quarf 1
terback". The alumni had their annual homecoming assembly.
' 2i The assembly was conducted by students from the University of Kansas. The i t
XIV Argentine five defeated Excelsior Springs, 23 to 17. ' X
f Christmas vacation. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. The Girls' f
' "A" Club gave a party. A '
,if The Red Cross drive began.
Q Central High School changed its name to Wyandotte.
' The Annual Staff gave a party for Miss Frances Taylor fsponsorl. ' 4
The Argentine basketeers defeated the Shawnee Mission team by a 22 to 19 E '
V. score. 3'
Q The Olathe quintet defeated the Argentine cagers by a 25 to 19 score. pf
1 Lost to the ancient foe, Wyandotte, in basket ball, 33 to 28. igf
. The Angual campaign began with an assembly. ' The theme of the book was Il,
presente in pantomime. ti
X- Argentine won over "Mount Marty" by a 26 to 23 score.
21. The Shawnee Mission five defeated the Argentine "Blue" and "Gold" hoop-
t sters, 26 to 24. :SQ
25. The Senior Class play was presented.
26. The Senior Class play was given again.
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' As busy Trade his labors plies,'
There Architecture 's noble pride
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' High wields her balance and her rod,'
There Learning with his eagleeyes,
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J. C. Rawles E99 Company
Davidson Bros. Motor Co.
The First State Bank
The Kansas City Kansan
The CofCperative Press
Frank S. Powell
Argentine Building and Loan Assn..
B. G. Peabody E99 Co.
The Pershing Theatre
The Elko Finishing Co.
The Pennsylvania Car Co.
Kansas City Structural Steel Co.
The Argentine Activities Assn.
A. J. LaGrange
Shepherd EG? Foster
Fleming Drug Company
West End Bakery
The Rushton Baking Co.
The LoosefWiles Co.
The Industrial State Bank
The Argentine Meat Market
The Argentine Coal Co.
The GlanvillefSmith Furnitur
C. H. Greer E? Son
W. H. Reed
Dr. K. C. Haas
The IrvingfPitt Mfg. Co. -
The Mahr Transfer Co. '
The Young Dry Goods Co.
C. A. White
E. W. Wells
Badger Lumber Co.
G. W. Snnmons Ei Son
Frank Paxton Lumber Co.
Monahan E? Grimm
The Wyandotte County Gas
The Meyer Sanitary Milk Co
The Daugherty Stationery C
Harry T. Tibbs
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The Girl Reserves had their annual party.
Argentine defeated the Leavenworth quintet, 21 to 16.
The Argentine basketeers defeated Atchison, 29 to 13.
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8. The assembly program was given by the Boy Scouts.
We 10. The Annual campaign closed. The Girl Reserves sent four delegates to the
' I, conference in Topeka. The Girls' "A" Club gave a picture show at the ..
f, Pershing Theatre. I
but 11. The "Gold" and "Blue" cagers lost to the Lawrence quintet, 38 to 22. .
13. The Senior girls defeated the Freshman girls, 18 to 14, in basket ball. al
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' 16. The "Belle of Barcelona" was given again.
' X 17. Wyandotte defeated Argentine in a very fast game. - I
A 21. The Press Club presented a comedy, "Truthful Husbands", in assembly.
2 Definite plans were made by the Student Council for the landscape work fi'
of the school. ,
s' ' 24. The "Green" and "White" Rosedale hoopsters defeated Argentine, 25 to 22. Q,
aj 28. Argentine quintet defeated Clathe, 32 to 23, in basket ball. ' 29. W. R. Honnell gave a talk in assembly on pioneer life in Kansas. A
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' 4. Mrs. E. S. Ash was chosen president of the P. T. A. for the year 1928f29. 1
X . 5. The girls' quartet was chosen. 'A
6. Open House. 'The Freshmen presented a short play, "Benjamin Franklin",
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9. Argentine defeated Shawnee Mission in their first game in the basket ball T
x ' section elimination tournament, 25 to 13. '
A 10. Argentine was defeated by Wyandotte in the basket ball tournament. The f
" Argentian was awarded first place in the National Contest of the Columbia
p , Scholastic Press Association.
X 15. The Girl Reserves had their annual motherfdaughter banquet.
1 A 16. The P. T. A. presented a onefact play, "School Days", in the school audi'
4. "June Time", the Junior Class play, was given.
1 5. "June Time" was repeated.
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The Shiek . Enters. Come on
kid! Go to the party with me tonight?
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XX' The Steel Knight. ask me to go to the party with him.
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The Steel Knight: Are you still mad ,eu Iave gotogmeeear Oufsigle' K: YES '
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X Seene Iehln the Office. The Screamer: Well, I guess not.
1 Tnne: 12:00 ae m. Steel Knight: Well, then I suppose
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x ' Argentian Staff, ............ .......... - 79 'I
A Annual Staff ................................. - ,8O ,I
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l Auditorium ........................... . 14 4' X Basket Btu, Captain ................. . 62 S52
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Basket Ball, Second team, boys' ......... - 63
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. A Harmon, J. C., Principal .....,......,,, '18
, HifY, discussion group ............... 84 'l
H4 Journalism Class, Advanced ..... 79 El
1 Journalism Class, Beginning ...,. 79 5
X xr Junior Class ............................ 34435 1
,Xi Junior Play Cast ...... 88 I
- , Kodaks ................... 45,51 ,
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, Main Entrance ....... 12
'fl Lauder, Sir Harry ...... 7
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' Office ......... Q .................. 13 QT Operetta, Snap shots ....... 49 A
H Orchestra ...................... 83
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'XSX ParentfTeacher Association ........... 89 X,
FQ, Pearson, M. E., Superintendent ...... 17
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B Principal, J. C. Harmon' ............................ 18
K Schlagle, F. L., Assistant Superintendent ...... 18 A 2
School Song, "Gold and Blue" .................. 16 I 4
' School Steps ........................................... 11
55, Senior Class .................. 26f32 ,,
Senior Play .......,............. 88 Z
5 , Senior Play, Snap shots .... 50
ji Seventh Grade .............. 42443 P'
' 9 Sophomore Class 36f37
Staff, Annual .... ..... 8 O
Student Council ........ 87
' 1 Superintendents ..... 17f18
N Title Page .................. 1 ,
S Track, Squad ................... 68
Track, Action picture ..... 69 " A
Track, Captains ............ 68f69 I Volley Ball, Girls' .... 73
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