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

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A .fm- - .3 1 ,.f-w N 1 THE ARCENTIAN 1 1930 EVELYN NISBETTQ THEEDITOR VINCENT TOALSON THE Bus.Mc.R. 4 'Mun-comrumemr Puauc THE ARC-ENTIAN ' 1930 PUBLISHED BY ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL KANSAS CITY, KANSAS MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY MlD.CON,nNENT PUBLIC LIBRARY l Genealogy 8. Local History Branch 3 0000 1 2672893 4 317 W. Highway 24 Independence, MO 64050 - .. gA 1' F 0 R O yy . 1 ' - To preserve in permanent fform a , record of faces, events and interests ofthe school year this f . volume is published. V ,gun The theme, Naviation, was chosen to give a setf - 1- M- fy' .l ting characteristic of the present interests of the 6 l city and students. i ' A Q , At a country fair in Virginia in 1906 an airplane lifted itself V from the ground, rose to 1,000 feet and circled around over the crowd. In two or three minutes, the pilot slowed his motor down and headed toward the earth. The "flying machine" had stayed up in the air seven minutes. CONTENTS Schools Classes Features Mi 13 Athletics r Q3 fsse l 01' anizations l, . g ' A contrast.to the first plane is the modern air liner which flier across the continent day and night, equipped as elaborately for ease and comfort as any train, with all its luxury and comforts for travel. r DEDlcATlo N To the spirit of advancement of science which r is constantly kindling in the hearts of students new fires of ambition to develop further fields that will enable people to live richer, fuller and better as if b Ii ' p ' ' l lives, this book is dedicated. A a Charles A. Lindbergh declared that the credit for his flight should not go to the pilot alone, but to American science and genius which had given years of study to the advancement of aeronautics., s rgenfia it ' ' l.- A Z X3 I 2 xf by y 7" at A ,AAA y o Z 1 - 2 Q X 1 X. 2 .Q 71 X . ,, W iff V , "4 ' il xl 'l if l ff . v I. IQ, , .B f . s A I'I S TN X y :4 W I1 5, t .p l , if t 5 C , ix, , ,, S y Q 7 sl l AIRPLANE VIEVJ CF HIGH SCHCDOL BUILDING , Kansas City, situated at the "crossroads" of the air, sees mail planes come l and go, transport ships load and unload passengers, and transfcontinental fliers I p pause for supplies. It may truly be said to be the hub of aviation. This new 'K .V and rapid development has given inspiration to the city and especially to its , .- schools. It has aroused new interest in mathematics, mechanics, art and many M other lines of school work. ffl- ,Q I l 2, hi 93Qj l i ' '- Seven W fb Q Mg, 71 f V1 hx ..,, , ,, AA ., ffwgwwwwxmaw alrgen anflwwwwmwwwwgww 4, J ,g 2 5 5 , I I X N ff N S uw 7 N, Q 2 4 yf M -1 -4 ky I QT? 1 f Q 5 Z 5 4, Q A TK H H Q. s sg X 5 X 5 Y 5 . R 2' 5 S? i . X S 95 X Q , 7 ' vi SCHOOL BUILDING gi N .N If 7 xx, . X l Q- El ht ' 3 S E xi g . J ,IX A N L Ax 'X F Q QW Ha Il C X . , A K g .2 X R? . 1 Z Q, yi , 1 Y S , - l F - -1 . 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The School .1 A ,hs , AW .P"gr-any-.Ql"5l'l' 5' ,, A ,I-, Phv f -ff -' rp., .fl-A ..A.,.,-U ' Elf-.fy 'VY' 1 .k ' - ff' - 'QV-. .. , .X "AJ" , Q- .gg , -5 .. i el 5 'Argen na 4 3 Sa ? f A gl T l S E E Q xl! f fem f S - 1 . 5 fx' , 'fx Q f 'R Si 7? 54 3 E' Z4 ff f 5 S EI Q V ' N Q 2, 7 R Administration QQ " A A A Thirteen 7 1 gf JA PQQI1 f c? "' "' X X ,Q Sit , bv 4. 5 'l Xxx x 1-5 '. -, v - x- sl Z QF I Q! J n I i- Q X Superintendent 1 XY? 2 xd f X 1 , , . en ,B Q , Lf-J 3 e J Qi' s 5? N M W . , f S xy , Y ,X if X M. E. PEARSON I A n gl 7 N N x n eq al ?' 9312 V FOUI'teel"l . ,IX 1 I .1 I I Fx., 2 J rx! e , . fl I . 1 ' K I lf 1 - A .lk A , I'I 5, 2 4 f D - f LS f. I' 9 en ffff -5 f 55 .Q - big E I 9 . Q W Assistant Superintendent x f X K 1 W f' e fb , P H7 Yi A fi H H 5 e 62 K X "i , M 'X 3-4 e, 51 rx 7C ix s F. L. SCHLAGLE , 'le 'A X . 1 , 4 7 1 Q M ex N Q El .,. e,e ' Fifteen ? ' A H 1 X M B Q Q bf ,. re en Hd L 1' . if 5 T QP K x4 'f g . 54 N- Prencupal L ., We eff N I N I A, I . , s 'H 5 . ' A H S 5 5 RA , 2 x Si X I 7 , 1 if 71 .. X . W-v... X J. C. HARMQN , A, A Q 'x 7 I 7 hx I XX ' S bf Qu , , A Sixteen A 1 J , I l Faculty MR. GEORGE HOLTFRERICH MISS FRANCES TAYLOR Economics - ' y English Gymnasium Journalism MISS DORIS CARPENTER MISS MYRTLE McCORMICK English K English Dramatic Arts Latin S S X! MISS BESS WILHITE MISS RUTH DUNMIRE V English Economics , Gymnasium MISS LETHA CLEWELL MRS. SARAH SULLIVAN English Pianist PLANS EOR VOCATIONAL COURSES Aprimary step in vocational education will be taken at the Argentine High School next year. A .curriculum embodying the ideas of industrial training is being worked out. In connection with this, a greater opportunity for training in a specialized line of work will be offered to the students. Argentine, situated as it is, in an industrial center, offers many opportunities for industrial work. The Santa Fe will credit hour for hour all time spent in the wood working department toward a carpenter apprenticeship to any high school graduate. ' Room for a machine shop will be provided in the new building now under construction, and the Santa Fe has offered to credit time spent there toward a machinist apprenticeship. This will be even more of an inducement for students to remain in school for at least a high school education. It is the feeling of many educators that the high schools do not offer enough vocational training and Argentine is falling in line by offering a curriculum of semifvocational training to those who wish to go from the high school directly into the industries or into business. h This vocational work is to be a fOllOW'UpvOf the trades information work in the Junior high sc ool. I For the girls, a course in home making is to be introduced. This will consist of sewing and cooking and matters pertaining to the selection of foods and clothes. A certain amount of it will be required of every girl beginning with junior high school grades. . w L1 93 Q , Seventeen ik l 'Argen aww A N V 9 1 . X X 1 A . Faculty S. 5 FS Iii xi . N A MR. E. S. HCCVER MISS CCRA LUCE ' ' Biology Mathematics KK General Science History H . S MISS EDITH DELANEY MR. A. WJ BROWN Mathematics ' Science 5 MISS EDITH SIMON' MISS GRACE DALE g lMathematics Mathematics J. - Commercial Work li A A , 'PROGRAM CE STUDY 11929801 Si Senior Year g REQUIRED SUBJECTS I Q American History Science fif not taken before A . ax I ELECTIVE SUBJECTS ' BookkeepingI 0 h t I II - English IV ClliBrI1Ssra or y X, Chemistry Algebra II and Geometry II ,Q Shorthand II Mechanical Drawing - Journalism Sewing I or II N Typewriting I or II Cooking I or II Freehand Drawing Manual Arts I or II - Girls' Glee Club 1 Physics M Boys' Glee Club Dramatigs 'S Public Speech li 1 I E Eighteen ,II X , Faculty ' x - ' . yi: 1. ix' 1 r X 1 V N n bg 2 S if ' I I ' I N f 1 Q f ug it 1 -. Ny s 1 1 I if 'r I . , Q1 A! MR. V. E. TIMMINS MR. G. C. BRINK Q History giypexgfritgng y fx t .fx A or an A H A MISS MALTA SHEPPARD - MISS LILLIAN JESSUP H gs! United States History ' History S General Science Geography Xp I MR. J. C. SHANKLAND A MISS MARGARET DANNEBERG K , ' Constitution Secretary 7 A Public Speech 5 .5 gf f A , PRCCRAM OF STUDY 119296011-Continued xx , R Junior Year REQUIRED SUBJECTS 5 English III Constitution and Gymnasium Science 5 ' hi I ' , 3 I ELECTIVE SUBJECTS I 7 Shorthand I Freehand Drawing ' Typewriting I or II Mechanical Drawing - Q Bookkeeping I Manual Arts I or II Girlsi Glee Club Cicero - Boys' Glee Club ' Sewing I or II U I if Crchestra I or II Cooking I or II , Chorus Algebra II and Geometry II ' Physics Public Speech I I x 4 Chemistry Dramatics I , ji Journalism European History 7 S7 If S, i .... i I i ... i I I A . , X..- I , , , . , S' Nineteen I V ,I .Ar enfianfxgi or ,I 9 D I- SWR '1 p Faculty 7' I NZ 5' 4 W? 541 ,fl ll In :I W I . I i ' MR. C. L. RICHARDS A MISS MONA WALTER f Manual Training Glee Club . ' Orchestra , Q3 A MRS. ESTHER YORK MISS STELLA COLE gl Matron Domestic Art Ig MR. E. A. MOODY' MISS pMAUD HEWITT A ff X5 . XA Mechanical Drawing A English L2 Trades Information. Drawing J K o Y QQ Miss BERTHA PLUMB if " Domestic Science TQ f , PRUGRAM OF STUDY q19z9fsopgo0m1nued M Sophomore Year A I, fx . REQUIRED SUBJECTS I English II Economics and Gymnasium Science l 1- Geometry I Caesar I SQ Girls' cies oiub Boys' Glee Club - Orchestra I or II N . Chorus -' 1 Biology Public Speech ,XI Q ELECTIVE SUBJECTS I Sewing I or II , ' Cooking I or II , Manual Arts I or II , Mechanical Drawing 7 European History Typewriting I or II ' Freehand Drawing -. Dramatics S bl ' d' wvWwwS3w 930 w 0, Twenty ' Qualities of Charles A. Lindbergh noted by army officerslwhile he was pilot of a mail plane--Intelligent, industrious, energetic, dependable, purf poseful, alert, quick of reaction, serious, deliberate, stable, efficient, frank, modest, congenial, a man of good moral habits and regular in all of his business transactions. Classes ,-.L wr' J, v. ,, 1 , AMW 1. ,xg " 9 9 '7 f d gf 12 fi sf 3 ! J- S52 x 1. XX x KJ Q55 , ff , . f 1 R Q, f: 3 1 X 3 ' ' ... '- f' ix .f- I gn 1 la'l 9 'I 5 R5 W 5.1 .1 .4 . I fl. -H if KMC? x A I'I F E H S Q S xx X ff,. x '7 5 Q if 75 ix f X P Q ,, 3 7 xg x ai QS 5 AN Seniors . 5, . Twenty-th ree I . 4 f' F rg en Ia 4 4 ,I f 4 . C' 35 Graduates ,Zn 55 , 2 , JESSE ALVARADO , L Tr Ji Football, 1, 23 Base- DL ALVARAD0 4 'Q bali, 2, Art Club, 1, 2, 3, Aff Club- 3- 1 W' 4' .1 R, ,ff XL f xl I' , , CHARLES ARNOLD :xl HA" Club, 45 Pep Club, ' 3, 43 Annual Staff, 43 E Junior Play, 39 Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Football, 4, Hi-Y, 2, 3, Argentian X Staff, 2, 3, 45 Press Club, 4 2, 3, 43 French Club, 1. - Quill and Scroll, 4. A I'I 5, 9? X K , Q ROY BEAVERS is A xx, is I JESSE BOYD n French Club, lg "A" FRANK BAKER Y ' 1. Operetta, 43 Cantata, 45 Glee Club, 4.. X VIRGIN IA BIRD fl I1 Q2 'K H if F6 Glee Club, 43 Operetta, y. 45 Cantata, 4, Junior X I: Play, 3, Booster Club, 3, '-. lf 4, Girl 'Reserves, 2, 4g if Latin Club, 1, 2. f 5" I . ,A , 1-IOYVARD BRICKEY Pep Club, 3, 4, Annual Staff, 45 Football, 33 Hi- Club 2 3 4 Y, 2, 3, Argentian Staff, AX, "" 2, 3, 4, Art Club, 13 Press A X ' Club, 3, 4. 9 xi - ' I SQ U - I xx I f , 7 5 i 5 0, 93 0 Mi 1 5 'V ,J I-fx A' lf.-., L- fri-Yi',,,,, Twenty-four rg en ffa ' x F Graduates ' ROBERT BRo-WN Gflee Club, 43 Operetta, 43 Cantata, 43 "A" Club, 2, 3, Vice-president, 43 X? Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 43 I-Ii-Y, 2, 33 Football, 2. 3, 43 Track, 1, 2, 3, 4. JOE CRAIG Football, 43 Central High School, Muskogee: Forum Debate Club, 23 Baseball, 23 Glee Club, X f, .- X MARCUS De LEON "A" Club, 1. 2, 3, 43 Football, 1, 2, 3, 43 Track. 1, 2, 3. DELICE EARHART French Club, 13 Press Club, 2, Vice-President, 3, 43 Glee Club, 43 HA' Club, Secretary, 3, 43 Annual Staff, 43 Oper- etta, 43 Cantata, 43 Junior Play, 33 Booster Club, 43 Girl Reserves, 2, 43 Argentian Staif, 2, 3, 43 Quill and Scroll, 4. BETTY BOB COX Glee Club, 43 Operetta, 43 Cantata, 43 "A" Club, 2, Vice--President, 43 An- nual Staff, 43 Booster Club, 43 Girl Reserves, 3, 43 Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 43 Campfire, 1, 23 French Club, 13 Press Club, 3, 4. ARMER DANIELS French Club, 13 "A" Club, 43 Student Council, 33 Football, 2, 3, 43 De- bate, Squad, 43 Oratoril Cal Contest, 43 National H-onor Society, Presi- dent, 4. LOAS DURRE Booster Club, 43 Girl Reserves, 2, 43 Latin Club, 1, 2. DOROTHY EARI-IART French Club, 13 Pr6SS Club, 2, 3, Treasurer, 43 Glee Cllub, 43 "A" Club, 3, Treasurer, 43 Student Council, 43 Annual Staff, 43 Cantata, 43 Booster Club, Secretary-Treasulv er, 43 Girl Reserves, 2, 43 Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society, lg Quill and Scroll, 4. ,f Qacwswsa ' C 94.1 Wi A ,L Q IESLOKUV ,f ,, xA ,-,dx 1-'XA 3, Y .n 2 .,! ' , f ,,,, V f H, ' ' - A Twenty-five x Y I 4 . x - f fl , 4, Graduates f br ,Z ,. DORIS FISHER L x 4 Giee Club, 2, 4g Oper- L , 1 etta, 2, 4g NA" Club, RAY FRY , ,Ml Treasurer, 45 Cantata, Glee Club, 45 HAH NJ b 2, 4, Student Council, 4, Club, 4: Operetta, 4 4 Annual Staff, 45 Music Cantata, 45 Basket Ball, 1 Contest, 45 Booster Club, 1, 25 F00tba1l, 2, 42 B-' 3, 45 Girl Reserves, 2, 3: Tfaflk, 13 Hi-Y, 2, 3? ' XX? Cabinet, 45 Argenilan Music Contest, 45 Base- 74 ' Staff, 2, 3, 45 Press Club, b-2.11, 2- A ' ' 2, 3, 4. ' l i 1 x ' F , l X MARGARET GIBBS , 1 ' I . Central High seheei, ELLEN GRAHAM 3 Texas City, Texas: Girl Annual Staff, 45 Oper- Q ' Reserves, 35 Pep Club, etta, 4, Cantata, 45 Girl if ' ' 35 A r g e n tin e High Reserves, 3, 43 Latin , 5 -' School: Glee Club, 45 Club, 1, 25 Gloo Club, 45 , L Operetta, 45 Cantata, 45 Honor Society, 13 Na- f 4 Girl Reserves, 2, 35 Lat- tional Honor Sggietyy 4, . . 5 in Club, 1, 2. 4, 1 TX fs if xf SQ rf GLEN HARKNESS X, Giee ciub, 3, 4, Pep ORLOW HARRISON Club, 45 Operetta, 3, 45 Glee Club' 45 Operetta, 1 Cantata, 3, 45 Class 4: Cantata, 45 Qreliestra, ,X Officer, Secretary, 3, 4: 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leader, F ' Basket Ball, 1, 25 Track, 45 Music Cgntest, 25 7 , .' 19 Hi'Y1 2, 31 Music Con- Latin Club, 2, 3. , 1 test, 3, 45 Baseball, 2. X X 1 xQ ?, -,, KENNETH IIAGQOD V Student Council, 1, 3, A " 45 Class Officers, Vice- RHONDA President, 1, President, HARTEGAN K 3, 45 Cheer Leader, 2, 35 Junior Play, 33 Debate Xt Junior Play, 3, Pep ciub, squad, 3, Girl Reserves, I I 3, 45 Annual Staff, 4, 4, 2 5, 4 , ,E xi 4 Q 5' 5 o f,, NC it 9 fi f -4 4 T Q R1-51444 4 4 4 2, 19419 Wen y'S X YY i Q v . x f' 9 9 '7 ffd 'i ff fi, y- . s Z Nr rmluates f ' 1 , l l x N ' I x 43 ' f ' U MILDRED Xl HEATHERTON NZ GE R E HE -'ITT PQ French Club, 1, Camp- 'O G W f , fire, 13 Journalism, 2, 3: Glee Club, 49 Opereltaf Giri Reserves, 2, 3, 4, 42 Cantata-Y 4- 1' xc? Annual Staff, 4. ' I XX. f 9 , x A' I :I r r l - A - ' MARGARET rl 'N DEE HOPPER I JAANTZEN 4 V l Annual Staff! 45 Ar' Juniofr Play, 3, Boost- , gentian Staff, 2, 3, 4. er Club, 3, 43 Girl Re- x g serves, 4, Art Club, 4: Q . Latin Club, 1, 2. 7 3 X' A E-.ff X! Q ALFRED KENTO-N gf, ' Hi-Y, 2, 33 S'tudEnC E Council, 2, 4, Press Club, 4 K L KENNETH JONES 2, 3, 4, Argentian Staff, 2 l 2, 3, Editor, 4, Junior A . A .Glee Club, 2, 3, Oper- Play' Stage Manager: R 15 1 3 etta, 2, 33 Cantata, 2, 39 , . 3. J: . Class Officer, Treasurer, 1- . Debate Squad, 4, Hi-Y, 3. Debate S nad 3. - ' xx 2g Music Contest, 2,2 3, ' . . q ' ' ff X Latin Club 1 4 Motion Picture Operator, 75, . ' ' ' 3, 45 Oratorical Contest. 5 xi 2, 3, National Honor f ,XR Society, Vice-President, P' ' 4, Quill and Scroll, 4. AQ I , Q JUANITA KETCIIUIW I Glee Club, 2, 3, 43 Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Can- MAE LAVV ix lata, 2, 3, 4 g Junior Operetta, 4 3 Cantata, N Play, 3, Girl Reserves, 4, Glee Club, 4. I 3, 43 Music Contest, 2, 3, P . 4. R K, ,E he If 2 fe' P 4-H Q3 o , ,ee 3 , ,4 eg Twenty-seven . A V, we 4 l ,A K4f'Q6I1fldflEg--as A .,. 'Cx . I , ' A I S' ' cl 4 3 3 X, Gm: uates -X., 'Q 4 Z 54 f , . P . W xxx ,, GLEN LLo-YD , X S Latin Club, 1, Class ' f I Officer, Vice-President, '- ly ' 2, Basket Ball, 2, 3. 4, Y of bb Hi-Y, 25 Tennis, 3, 45 RUTH LOVELL ,, YQ Debate Squad, 3, 45 Jun- Latin Club, 1, 2, Girl ' ' ior Play, UA" Club, 3, Reserves, 2- A, 4, Pep Club, 3, 4, ora- W XX? tor-ical Contest, 45 Glee ? - ' A Club, 45 Operetta, 45 ., ' -A Cantata, 4. Ny I 7 . P lx l f V CATHERINE 5 lo lVIcCROSKY ' ' Northeast High fl 3 School: Girl Reserves, 15 HELEN MQDQNALD 'fl I Latin Club, St. Mary s French Clubn 1: Girl , , , Academy: Glrl Reserves, Reserves 2 4' Tumor I X 2,5 Latin Club, 2. Apgen- Play: Annual Staff, Q4. 5 tlne High School: Glee .' ', 4 4 Club, 4, Junior Play, 3: . ' ii fa. Operetta, 4. ,CX asf? X5 5 X n 1 DIARY BICKNIGHT , X , RUTH MoGIRK Press Club, 3, 4, "A" l j Glee Club, 43 Operet- Club, 2, 3, 41 French 55 ' ta, 43 Cantata, 4, Girl Club, 11 Glee Club- 47 ' X Reserves, 3, 4, Typing Operetta, 4, Cantata, 45 Team, 3. Argentian Staff, 2, 35 7' -' National Honor Society, - 1 4- 1 ai 9, 5 E .Q X l A NORRIS DIILLER : Glee Club, 4, f-A" Club, 2 2, 3, 4g Student Council, 1, 23 Annual Staff, 43 NORVAL MOORE , Class Officer, President, Glee Club, 4, NAU 2f Vice-Presiflellfy 41 c-lub, 3, 4, Student Coun- A., Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 43 Gil, 4: Operetta, 4: Can, nl N, football, 1, 2, 3, 4, tam, 4, Basket Ban Q' I 4 Q Track' 1, 3' 3' 49 H1'Yf 3, Captain, 4, Football, 2 ' 2, 33 Oratorical Contest, 2, 3, 4. Hi-Y 2. N 4 ' 45 Honor Society, Pres- hi l f? - idcnt, 13 National Honor ' , Society, 4. 1 I - x M Q 7 35 I . I, -'1' ----., .x ' f 'V . 5.3 .Ny H --4 '- N 3- .3 - f , h , A, 31, 930 Tw-enty-eight i KI , , , , . V 1 ix 'M , V- 1, V - V " 'K'-Q1 s ' Y' S ' 3, J ,. 1' A Q S, ra mates ff A 4 1 Pri A I, EVELYN NESBETT ,- Glee Club, 45 "A" . X 4 Club, V-ice-President, 3, ' 1 , President, 4 5 Student I X ' Council, 45 Annual Staff, v, bt Editor, Cantata, 4, Class DC.ROTHY NORWOOD Q X? Officers, Treasurer, 1, ,HAH Club 2 ,, 4 ' 1 1 0: - V Secretary, 2, Girl Re- VK' serves, 2, 3, 43 Argen- 'V 1 We tian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Press ?f. 'L h Club, 2, Treasurer, 3, ,l President, 45 French , xt, Club, 1. f Q , . xg' in I X N' ALICE PARKINSON , , 1 ' I ik Rosedale High School: Q - ' N Glee Club, 1, Opefetta, V, l G1 11 b 4' tt 1, 2, Cantata, 1, 2, Girl -- 4. Gee ' 41 ?R?TeRa' Reserves, lg Music Con- ' A ? Sgwln 3 4' 'H e' test, 1, 2, Argentine , j ' ' ' ' High School: Typing f- Te-am, 3. . 1, S X A' xy SZ .TN ,Tl Q ,Q GRACE POST l '- X ,' Debate Squad, 45 Girl A r f '-,L Reserves, 2, 43 Honor HELEN POWELL K Z Society, lg Librarian, 3, Glee Club, 43 Operetta, F 'N 4g Latin Club, 1, 23 Na- 45 Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4. ' 5 X tional Honor Society, f 1 Secretary, 4. 7- ,XX if 75 ' ' PAULINE REINER H NVILLIAM REED Glee Club, 45 Annual Junior Play, 3: Or, Staff, 4, Operetta, 4 3 Chestray 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Cantata, 45 Booster Club, ix " Club, 4. 45 Girl Reserves, 2, 43 ' Q Typing Team, 33 Latin ? Club, 1, 2. 1 ng Q6 ix , , ,I 7 S ' 4 , , ,, K SX , -, ., g .. - ,, X ,W , , ,,,?, f i , is 5 -1 K1930J . Twenty-nine raduates 5, 1 ,SF rg en fm ' 4 tl ' 5, 2 , , ill Z fx X - - HERBERT SENION J l' GEORGIA sco'rT 1 I ' 1 1 b, 3, 4, O - X. SC. H oi n o r Society, 1, G ee C u per Z X I etta, 3, 4, Cantata, 4, , ' Q French Club' 1' Argen- Music Contest 3' French 5, ' tian Staff, 2, 3, 4, G-irl , ' ' ' , Club, 1,,H1-Y, 2, Latin If X' , Reserves, 2, 4, Annual , . X ' Staff 4' Quill and Scroll Club, 3, Golf, 4, Te1'nI11S, 7! 5 'f Q ' ' ' 4, Annual staff, 4. l L y . x M l f A 4 3, , x A' 7 1 ' BEATRICE SPRAGUE l X Glee Club, 4, Student ,cl Sli MARESE SMITH Council, 3, 4, Annual 5' ,1 N Glee Club, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Operetta, 4, 'I fl 5 staff, 4, Operetta, 4: Cantata, 4, Junior Play, r' K ,N Cantata, 4, Junior Play, 3, Debate Squad, 3, 4, 3 ' 3, Debate Squad, 4: Girl Reserves, 2, 4, or- B00St9T Club, 45 Girl Re' atorical Contest, 2, 3, 4, I bf. serves, 2, 3, 4, Cheer Latin Club, 1, Vice-Pres- - Leader. 43 Latin Cluluv 1- ident, 2, Honor Society, 1 'N 1, National Honor Soci- .fx A ety. A V 5 X 2 K W JACK STOTT ' j . Glee Club, 4, French DOROTHY STRONACI-l R 1 V Club, 19 Annual Staff, Operetta, 4, Cantata, '2- 1 4, ODSPGH21, 4: Callt-Ria. 4, Girl Reserves, 2, Lat- 4: Tennis, 4: Orchestra, in Club, 1, Glee Club, 4. f 4. ' -' 3, if L im Q5 S GRACE THOMAS 7 Glee Club, 3, 4, Oper- etta, 3, 4, Cantata, 4, 'X French Club, 1, Student ETHEL TIPPIE Council, 4, Annual Staff, Glee Club, 4, Operetta, - 43 Girl Reserves, 2, 35 4, Cantata, 4, Orchestra, I Argentian Staif, 2, 3, 1, 2. ? Business Manager, 4, V Music Contest, 3. I f , , Q 2 at 1 4 . '- 6 39 ' san "' 42- fe .V f f ,, , ,, , . Thirty aa 5, VINCENT TOALSON Graduates CHARLES VVELDON if Q, f v X V4 P 9 9 '7 ffd s 3 x Xt S 5 , A ' li lu. 5 x We Vi, X til V, x,4 W fx , 1 f it I'I Q 919 X M 24 if' it X sg 43 A, s X 4 dt lit, Glee Club, 4, Operet- ta, 43 Cantata, 4, Stu- dent Council, 4, Annual Staff, Business Manager, 4, Junior Play, 3, Hi-Y, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 13 Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 43 Oratorical Contest, 13 Latin Club, 1, Press Club, 3, 43 Honor Society, 1, Motion Picture Oper- ator, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll, 4. STIRLING XVINCHELL Glee Club, 43 Pep Club, 3, 45 Annual Staff, 4, Operetta, 4, Cantata, 45 Junior Play, 3, Hi-Y. 2, 3, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Press Club, 2, 3, 4. ELEANOR WISE Latin Club, 1, 2, Girl Reserves, 2, 45 Art Club, 3, 4, Booster Club, Vice- Prelsident, 3, President, 43 Student Council, Vice-- President, 4, Annual Staff, 4. Annual Staff 4, Junior Play, 35 Class Officers, Vice-President, 3, De- bate Squad, 4, Journal- ism, 2, 3, 4, Press Club, 3, 4. IVAN YOUNG Glee Club, 1, 3, 4, Op- eletta, 1, 3, 43 Cantata, 2, 43 "A" Club, 2, 35 P1'es+i'dent, 45 Student Council, 4, Annual Stuff, 4, Class -Officers, Vice- President, 1, Treasurer, 43 Football, 2, 3, Tiack, 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y, 1, 25 Music Contest, 3. ' CLEO YVELLS Hi-Y, 1, 2, 3: Football, 1, 2, 3, Baseball, 23 Track, 1, 2, 35 Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play, 3, "A" Club, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Cantata, 4. A D OLIN E VVORTIiINGTON Student Council, 4: Annual Staff, 43 Operet- ta, 2, 35 Cantata, 2, 33 Booster Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, President, 4, Music Contest, 23 Glee Club, 2, 3. Glee Club, 45 Cantata, 45 Ope-retta, 4, Pep Club, Vice-President, 3, Pres- ident, 49 Student Coun- cil, President, 4. ff w iz 515 .1 '4 .ZS 1 ,I 1 gl 1 R, 1, ll .L n Sl H S XZ, 5 I K . I 1 f EI. 9 ? gf 2,1 7 33" Y d e ft kl93Q,l A Thlrty-one P 9 GH iid llfficers Cfficers of Class of 1930 since it entered High School. 1929730 - President .--,-,,,,, U ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,..., K enneth Hagood ViC3fPfe5ident ,,,,,,,, ...... N Ol' 1' is Miller Sgcrgtafy --.----- H --,- ..,.... G l6I1 Harkness Tfgagufef ,,,.,,,, Charles Weldon 1928929 ' President ,4 ,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,...,. K enneth Hagood VicefPresident .................. ........ I V311 Young Secretary ,,,,,,,,, ....... G len Harkness Treasurer ,,,,,,,,, .... A lfred KCINZOIE 1927728 President ......... .................. ......... N o rris Miller VicefPresident ......... Glen Lloyd Secretary ......... .......... E velyn Nisbett Treasurer ........ ..... W illiarn Reed 1 1926927 President ......... ........................ ........ R o bert Eldridge VicefPresident ........ Kenneth Hagood Secretary ......... .......... E velyn Nisbett Treasurer ......... .... E dwini Hewitt 192 5 926 P1'eSident ................ ................. K enneth W Hagood ViCefP1'eSiClent ..... - ,,,,,,,,, Kenneth Marti Secretary ......... ....... E velyn Nisbett Treasurer ........ ..... W illiam Reed 1924925 President -----.--. ..................... ......... L e Roy Foster VicefPresident ....... Roell Young SCCYCUIIY ------------ .......... J oseph Davis TTCHSURT ---- ........... ..................... ..... W i l liam Reed 93 0 Thlrty-two 2 U 1 1 Q . r qen Ha ' SN R X N I , 1, K if 7+ 1 K f , Q X f f 'K ff' rl Q! ei- W J' A I4 S -if 9 WA if? xx '-' " ,-. .4 S 5 l. "' 1 N--.L I N---X S M , -.L xx R if S M S G' lg ? xx 'Q Underclassmen 2 vs X, wg sos 5 -L 1930 Thirty-th " 9 9 '7 ffd X . 5 il Class of 1931 Z a 4 1 S r X. "4 4 Y 3 il 511: 3. f l A l: 4 F Q , . f 1 Pill 5 f if it x , fr If . fl l T 3, ' K f I 3 First Row-F. Johnson, L. Lattin, Burgard, Kerr, Haney, Hedrick, L. Schieble. 5 Second Row-Campbell, Sweezy, L. Pruitt, Price, Spaulding, Mitchell. B, , g . Third Row-I. Pruitt, L. Reed, Loomis, Chism, T. Anderson., Sheppard, Lavarack, Shockley. 1, 5 Fourth Row-4Rogers, Sumner, White, Taylor, Tush, Lehman, Long, Ashren. ' Class Officers - . - . les-1 ,-X. President ................. ................................ . . ........... LeRoy Lattin -fx A V VicefPresident ........ .........,............. . ........ James Stephans A H Secretary .... . ....... ......................................... G ladys Burns H S Treasurer ,...... ................................ ......... T h elma Martin S gf Sponsors ......... ....... M iss Cora Luce, Mr. A. W. Brown X 3 g Class of 1931 T W I Z if .g , 4 . H it TQ Q N y I , Y 7 :X N . Ki First Row-Andrews,.Gravatt, Pacheco, Mason, C. Thomas, Van Gosen. l f . Second Row-F. Mitchell, Minnix, McKissick, Sails, Innes, Waters. -' Third Row-G. Johnson, Bartley. V. Anderson, Martin, Lovelace, Harrison, R. Lattin, Zarzua. I ' XR Fourth Row-Beemont, Linton, Stewart, Hardine, Thomas, Morse, Shultz, Earl, Simmons. li - 1 Q s 2 V - F . Thirty-four I V l "Q9f7fiC7fTf, " l Tiff, , , bi ,Class of 1931 2 A Q? sg .Q ft ,ggi ., f 1 T 'I I t I - l i lf , ' First Row+McMillen, Stephan, Payne, C. Johnson, Johns, Childers, Campbell. Q 2 fl , Second Row-Leaton, Reisacker, Clark, McGuire, Brown, Osborne, M. Reed, Chrmundt, Ricks. f tl i Third Row-Hal? Callahan, Williams, Anderson, Miss Cora Luce fSponsorj, Easley, Davis, Huff, , S urns. , s z V 2 1 , v -E3 X The main event of the Junior Class this year was the juniorfSenior banquet. The E-I money Was raised by a play, "The Automatic Butler", given January 25 and 26. H J 5 Ga Z? N X , A A ' 1- Q 6 5 gi, , gi 7. E x 3 4 Q A ix Q 2 'X N . aa T 7 ' v hx First Rowifsaswell, Seller, Harris, Mamie. :ff Second llow-Wright, Bruce, Ashlock, Dulin, Foglesong, Henninger, Durham, Maxwell. I ' Third Row-Keyes, M. Layman, Mize, I. Anderson, Fultz, Pruitt, Monsche, E. -Miller. " Kg. Fourth ROW-Hagemann, K. Schiebel, Christine, Calvin, Atherton, Richardson, C. Lake, Moore. If 1 . 7 if , lf ' 'le ' ' - v. -- -' Y S ,- , ,- .. , , . .V 55 - E , KQQQH af ff , . ,I Thirty-five 5 -W zwfa9aQ2fsf2,m A"99'7f'f7'7fMwml' , Class of 1932 i t . 1 ' S. 3 - gli' i Y Sis Z FQ Q Ie iff x P f lf . P ' A llig V x lu xl I l lf r M i, iii? f as ga lil 3 First Row-Foster, Bruce, Daniels, Shelton, Innes, Pratt, Thomas, Rowland. ' il l Second Row-Beaumont, Hammer, Craig, Knapp, Amayo, Jenkins, Campbell. - Si 1 Third Row-Miss Stella Cole fSponsorQ, Young, Anderson, Buck, Wise, Cooper, Mahr, Loetel, H Mr. F. S. Hoover fSponsorj. Q i ii . f- . 5 fx , Class Officers A President ................. , .............................. ........ E s tel Woodruff A l I-I g VicefPresident -' .......... ....... g ................. C ............... N iel Buck I-I S Secretaryffreasurer ...... ...... .... . . ........................... P aul Fuller X, Cheer Leader .......... ....................................... B lanch Sackmen XS, Sponsors ............ ...... M iss Stella Cole, Mr. F. S. Hoover X i ' K r X ,,,.,,,... ,. . M.-. ' 1 5 fl si 7 h x u ' I S W' EI s pf ? N A i l I r , First Row-Gillespie, Berns, Rupard, Stockton, Hiatt, Tabberer, Cooper, Dorrell, Olson. , Xi Second Row-Vag Hdorn, Harris, Ash, Sackman, K. Campbell, Willis, Middleton, Loetel, Pyle, . ' l er en. , Ni Third Row-Shores, Wolf, Winter, Woodruff, Eisman, Smeltzer, Conley, Rogers, McCullough. 7, . . df Thirty-six L ll? I4 p Class of 1932 i, 1 A E ssl ' wmms mwmwwwwdfgfggnhdnf C Wfwggwf ei , , 512 5 , - X 1 r I -1 V I u . ," 1 x-f bi lla! Q4 59 f x il X kg V i VVVV 6 ' First Row-Bruce, Middleton, Browning, Stephens, Spencer, Smith, Cash. C E , Second, Row-Carr, Beach, Hull, Ortega, Fuller, Tansey, B. Craig. 'T , Third Row-Christian, Franklin, Childers, Moberly, Asher, Bender, Mahr, Madison, Wildman. "af Fourth Row-Savage, Redwine, Thornton, Lillich, Beavers, Moore, Sudduth, Childers, White, Clark. A FJ Sf Ni K , 1 7 W 5, bi, ,Q 7. if : , i3 I3 - K y A Q 7 X ax 3 Q 2 m s M ' First Row-Nagle, Petry, Trueblood, Sirridge, Fisher. E' C 4 Second RoW+Sherry, Carr, Shutt, Petzold, Reynolds, Mills, Boice. -' N Third Row--McCulley, W-illard, Bishop, Phalp, Miller, Gould, Smith, Spencer. 7' Fourth Row-Mullen, Morrison, Saler, Marlow, Sherry, South, Dye, Gibbs, Lake. p si' . '- 4 93 Thirty-seven , Y ge:w mQfgw1w:fiKA"99'7fif7'7fM R , 2 , lla S 5g N inth Grade X -4 - U 5-, H I. X . ., . ,EF X 'I 2 i iff b . ag .Q 74 S. ., we W Ny f i lv V ' y , I l , .- , First Row+Gomez, Burton, Denny, Sturdivan, Bastel, R. Thomas, Dunn. . Z 'A l l Second Row-Belshaw, Adams, Haney, Ketchum, Madison, Haag, Gumsley, Baker, Hershey. ' l " 3 Third Row-Bohner, Robbins, Matney, House, Barton, Frye, McHenry, Petty, Haas, lkie. 5 ' Fourth Row-Vergott, Long, Gilyeat, Huff, G. Anderson, Pursley, Hankins, Gunn, K. Wells, . f Hackel. r i f-N Class Officers A P President .............. ............................. L - ...... Kenneth Woods A H VicefPresident ....... ........ K enneth Wells H S Secretary .............. ............................................ E laine Brown S I Treasurer .......... .......... T ............................... S tephan Hankins jf Sponsors ........................................ Miss Edith Simon, Mr. J. C. Shankland + N M--. ,,, , aa. . R X 1' i 4 X if A ai ,Q ai s 75 .ga xg i ,ya al 1, First Row-Easter, Derringer, Tusk, B. Brown, Conrad, Bader. ' f 5, Second Row--Saler, Hale, Metz, Landon, Parkinson, Clark, Martin, Monsche. fa , Third Row-Weyant, Wlebster, S. Reed, Singleton, Crockert, Burger, Hutchinson, Peterson ' ' . Fourth Row-Doolittle, Prother, Short, Bush, Hagemann, R. Haney, Waters, Anderson, Timberf - man. 'lid Fifth RoweM. Wells, Culp, E, Brown, Berry, Gravatt, Allen, Hills, Beer, Rose, Beasley. Q Q" Q fx Thirty-eight - 'K " " 9 9 U Ha Z 5, Ninth Grade 12 5. .5 ,. Xf 'I F i iz FQ 514 Ps an gl f Nx, K 4 1 1 x ,Q 1 , A x X 1 1 M f A . . ' , i First Row-Offut, Shane, Goerlich, K. Woods, Ford, Lenhart, Van Brunt, W. Miller, Bristow, L ' l Schoonheart. F L Second Row-Bruce, Burgard, Stiles, McCully, Badeker, Carpenter, Baker. B 3 ' Third Row-Sharton, Shear, Abbott, Wilhelm Reynolds, Fritz, Fry, W. Kerr, L. Kerr, Gates, . 2 f Dunlap. - T Fourth Row-McKee, Espy, Brannan, Verhamme, Benlon, Bender, Kelley, Hall, B. Anderson, Q -, Bradbury. . 1 A A H The ninth grade class was the largest in the school this year, with an enrollment H gl of one hundred seventyftwo. S S X A Q Si , 2 1-4 9? ag R x fx hi: 1 f 5 7 .Q U RFQ FT First Row-dlvlr. C. Shankland fSponsorj, Tipps, Scott, Meginn, Derrington, A. Baker, Williams, 7 Miss Edith Simon fSponsorJ, P. Adams, Bateson. 1 ,- N Second Row-Pruitt, Mock, Zarazua, Fisher, Rodrigvez, Van Gosen, Rogers, Bohner, Dix. if Third Row-Henney, M. Cooper, Bartlett, Lemon, Sellers, G. Cooper, Iohnson, A. Lemon, Reed, f - Larkin. in ' X 2 'I " -1 .. .og is Y . A l Thirty-nlne 'l 9 9 ffff T M fl g. W Eighth Grade ,ii 1 S: g I NZ PQ 514 Fe ,Q A f px: 7 1 i V y 1 . 5 V 5 ' First Row-McGee, Chisam, Keyes, Phipps, Taylor, Crew, Kent. 2 ' l Second Row-McDaniel, Beavers, Foster, Campbell, Vaughn, Spencer, Lehman, Bard, Tush. 'il 2 ' Third Row-Madison, Huycke, Hultz, Tipton, Freeman, Lawson, Hoover, Harris, Stewart. 2 ' Class Officers W K- President ............ ........................ ........ M a rgaret Foster H Vicefljresident ..... ...... ......... W i lher Keyes S Secretary ........ ...... ......... - . - ........ Evelyn Larson H X, Treasurer ........ ............ A ............................... D orothy Thomas 5 Sponsors ....... ........ M iss Lillian Jessup, Mr. E. A. Moody I , x A A T l TQ Q , ' f 7 fr Q ,S N It 3 2 'Q at 9 il First Row-Roth, Lattin, Durham, Mr. E. A. Moody fSponsorj, Gilmore, Johnson, Miller. -' Second Row-D. Andrews, Deaver, Rieth, Baker, Kelso, Loomis, Millert. xx Third Row-Fadden, Clark, K. McGee, Hankins, Cathey, Rice, Anderson, Buzzell. - Q ff 2 . 5-il ' 74 93 Forty 5 Eighth Grade, X, Xe 2, 1 gli? yr 9 en ffd A SF 5 X i'! x rf, , XJ Ps 74 big, f 'lf x Q ' I X4 -: T Q First Row-Yeager, Beth, Hall, Innes, Thomas, Lorer, Hagg, Mannen, Peterson. f Second Row-Larson, Cummins, Craig, Bryan, Allen, Vs7heeler, Smithmire, Hays, Dishman, Bi 3 Third Row-Bar, Darnell, Vandwiele, Morris, Metz, Price, Dunn, Beasley, Bartell. X Fourth Row-Lane, Delaphlain, Thomas, Frick, Dunn, Stevens, Tush, Foreman, Coons. I-I Instead of class meetings this year the eighth grade held special assemblies, at H S which time it had an entertainment besides its business meetings. h S SZ' s fr x , P F7 V ..., i V 2 1, S ff a f if y s I I xg 7 ,W sssa 7 bl First Row-Baste, Woolworth, Prince, Moberly, Loomis, Corbett, R. Boice, Saler, K. Long. ' Second Row-Stanley, Hull, Macleod, Hewitt, Mason, Maiden, W'ilson, Goebel, Schiebel, Campbell, . A Long. ll kd Third Row-South, Taylor, Boice, Winningham, Butcher, Hudson,B. Taylor, Dobson, Hooper, 7 XL Gross, Planzer. 5 I so ' ' Forty-one Q L. V U V ,Ar ef1f1'af1,Eg s... - ' in 35 Seventh Grade fa' 55 13 X - N I rl :BQ if , X f in' L' 1 b l , ,...e V ' , First Row-Caudle, Benezette, McElroy, Freeze, Lovell, Buck, Browne, Hiatt, Jenkins. L " ll Second Row-Shores, Mayden, Meade, Mankin, Hattely, Ladenbergue, Bastel, McCloud, Red' l a lj' Third Row-Leslizjlnlfzlalcomh, Taylor, Killmer, Hennery, Adams, L. Wells, Hankins, Beth, Tush, e' ' Price. , 5 ,f ' J 'K Class' Officers President ............. ............................... ...... D i ck Halcomb H VicefPresident ....... ................... L eo Wells H S Secretary ............. ...............,........... 4 ..................... M argaret Watson Treasurer .............. .....................,.................................. Edwin Brown ' 'j Cheer Leaders ........ ......... E u ene Hiatt, Donald Powell, Mahree Willis ,N J Sponsors .................................... Miss Malta Sheppard, Mrq C. L. Richards X X , -mr ""' -We 2 j ,h 4 K x X X f f X Z X xi , ls sq 9' . N U fi l 9 First Row-Brickey, Campbell, Reynolds, Nixon, Miss Malta Sheppard fSponsorj, Derrington, West, Church, Walker. P ' ' f Second Row-Belshe, Green, Taylor, Booker, Johnson, Servos, Blaine, Watson, Gower. xx Third Row-Babpolok, Dargan, Cowperthwait, Anderson, Clark, Mitchell, Jameson, Eisman, - O US. 1 1 , S Fourth Row-Wiseman, Jones, Moore, Stroud, Sheny, Pooker, Snyder, Eckman, Shannon, Powell. ' N, 1 . . - ' nf 23 Forty-two X s Seventh Grade 2. 1 'S Li ,tl 9 en fffv vw ' , , ll X ,z 4 1 i f -1 Q sf ii Q4 gf Qt -W gif H f yi . X! Q ' Q S First Row-Minnix, Franklin, Allen, Hultz, Hootinan, Martin, Dare, Tuttle, Sheppard, Dullard. I . Second Row-Steffens, Heatherton, Vifforthington, Snyder, Studdard, Thomas, Norwood, Servos, 1 , f ' Durham. r i f Third Row-Beasley, W. Smith, Gray, Gould, Williams, Richardson, Willard, Kelley, Rogers, ' Beemont. ' bl ,Q Fourth Row-Morgan, Holland, Weber, Collins, McCarty, Harmon, Holden, G. Carr, Winersteen, .gg I Stice, Short, Shutt. jf This class is the second largest in the school, having an enrollment of one hundred sixtyfsix. I Xl' 2 ' f 5 , A 2 , QY 2. if f ,ri 1 , 6 BQ ? at S Q llfi 4 ,Q First Row-Bradly, Hood, Mr. C. L. Richard fSP01'1'S0fl, BYYHU, I1-ielfjey, E'-fOtti1MCCartleV' S Second Row4Brady, Cantrell, Gordon, Thomas, Wlngf Comlev, an On' utc mson' p' p Third Row-Fuller, Compton, Collins, Reagan, Davldson' Wheeler, Reed' Murphyill. M D I.. . M Fourth ROW--Lapham, McHenry, Martinez, Magenat, McGee, Brown, Galleger, W1 is, c ona d, If Havey. 4 7 1 f H E5 45 93 Forty-three A rg en fm ! tg r Q School Songs GOLD AND BLUE lr Argentine, Argentine is the high school f A Where we learn and are taught the Golden Rule, To be fair to the foe is the one great motto, Q Of this high school in Argentine, Q, So with loyal hearts we sing, E Our sincere tribute we bring, 5 To honor with one thought and voice, The high school of our choice. H' CHORUS Q Now you laddies, lassies, listen, . 5 It's Argentine, , Argentine with its colors so true, , We are thinking of you always, dear Argentine, ,S Argentine with its Gold and Blue, It's our pride upon the hillfside, ' Where we work with will and win, K 1 Now you laddies, lassies listen, ' . H It's Argentine, Argentine that will make all things spin S - I SS COCKfAfD0OfDLE'fDOO I Cockfafdoofdlefdoo, I'rn for Old Argentine, SA I am proud of it and so, f -f I will crow and crow and crow, lg, Cockfafdoofdlefdoo, I'm for Old Argentine, And I'm crowing for I'm growing X f In Old Argentine. A ONWARD ARGENTINE 5 Onward Argentine S Onward Argentine We'll stand up for you, Fight and hold for blue and gold To these colors we are true, , Q Rahfrahfrah. i Stand and cheer boys ,M Never fear boys i A. H. S. our pride M Cheer cheer the gangls all here Q For A. H. S. af ,Forty-four X- X e 3. 1 ,iF 'Arg en ha nf , r 5, 2 1 S xx 2 v l I. ff K. 5? 25 Nt aff Cf f 5 Senior Class --, Alvarado, Jesse Harrison, Orlow Offutt, Ethei l Alvarado, Luz Hartegan, Rhonda Parkison, Alice , ' Arnold, Charles F. Heatherton, Mildred Post, Grace V J Baker, Frank Hewitt, George Powell, Helen .. f Beavers, Roy Hagood, Kenneth Reed, William B ' Bird, Virginia Hopper, Dee Reiner, Pauline J. f Boyd, Jessie Jantzen, Margaret Scott, Georgia ' Brickey, Howard Jones, Kenneth Semon, Herbert fx Brown, Robert Kenton, Alfred Smith, Marese g Cox, Betty Bob, Ketchum, Juanita Sprague, Beatrice H Craig, Joe Law, Mae Stott, Jack S Daniels, Armer Lloyd, Glen Stronach, Dorothy S S: DeLeon, Marcus Lovell, Ruth Thomas, Grace Durre, Logs McCrosky, Catherine Tippie, Ethel 5 Earhart, Delice McDonald, Helen Toalson, Vincent A A A 7 Earhart, Dorothy McGirk, Ruth Weldon, Charles I , If Fisher, Doris McKnight, Mary Wells, Cleo A Fry, Ray Miller, Norris Winchell, Stirling ' Gibbs, Margaret Moore, Norval Xviisei Eleanor f Graham, Ellen Nisbett, Evelyn Vv'orthington, Adoline -' Harkness, Glen Norwood, Dorothy YOUUS Ivan 1 F 7f V t- il Q TR . 1 iff g 7 .X k TK 2 xg 'f , If .N l . X 7 p 5 I 'Q , if 1, .. R it f 1 R r ref A of 2 Forty-five 1 he X Junior Class Anderson, Irene Anderson, Selma Anderson, Thelma Anderson, Vivian Andrews, Keith Ashlock, Josephine Ashren, Frances Atherton, Ella Mae Bartley, Onondas Beemont, Marie Brown, Jewell Bruce, Dorothy Burgard, Carl Burns, Gladys Callaghan, Ellen Calvin, Nellie Mae Campbell, George Campbell, Paul Childers, Floyd Chisham, Arthur Christine, Dorothy Clark, Dora E. n Correa, Louis Davis, Helen Davis, Marguerite Dulin, Edna Dunn, James Durham, Buford Earl, Thelma Easely, Mildred Engel, Ruth Foglesong, George Fultz, Dorothy Gieck, Harold Gravatt, Lyle Gray, Earl Hagemann, Joan Hale, Lillian Haney, Thelma Hardine, Hazel Harmon, Mary Eileen Harris, Maurice Harrison, Lois Hedrick, Anna Henninger, Eugene Higgins, Mildred Huff, Pauline Innes, John v John, Horace Johnson, Charles Johnson, Fred Johnson, Grover Keyes, Margaret Lee Kerr, Kenneth Lake, Claranus Laswell, Howard Latten, Le Roy Latten, Robert . Laverack, Mildred Layman, Marjorie ' Leaton, Elizabeth Lehman, Florence Linton, Norma Long, Mary Jane Loomis, Adrian Lovelace, Fred Mamie, Clyde ' Martin, Thelma Mason, Norman Maxwell, Wallace Mayo, Homer McGuire, Margaret McKissick, Horace McMillan, Wendell Miller, Elva M-innix, Leon Mitchell, Feeny Mitchell, David Mize, Helen Monsche, Kathleen Moore, Rose Morse, Eileen Chrmundt, Verna Osburn, Helena Pacheco, Victor Payne, Robert Price, Ruth I Pruitt, Erma Pruitt, Irene Pruitt, Lillian Raines, Freda Redwine, Blanche Reisacker, Christina Reed, Louise Reed, Marie Richardson, Billie Rogers, Rosena Schiebel, Catherine' Schiebel, Louis f Schultz, Velma Seller, Paul Sheppard, Irene Shockley, Fenlie Simmons, Marjorie Singleton, Thorma Spaulding, Theo Stephans, James Stewart, Vera Stott, Ben Summer, Ruby Sweezy, Shirley Taylor, Margaret Thomas, Karl Thomas, Margaret Tush, Juanita Van Gosen, Clarenc Water, Jewell Wlhite, Frances Williams, Melba Winter, Wilma Wright, Helen Zarazua, Manuel F o rt y SIX U ,X li' . I, li Sophomore Class Amayo, Joe Girten, Bruce Ricks, Julian i .5'E gx I rl sg t r fmrqenfia r it sf Anderson, James Gould, Gladys Rogers, Elton Arnold, Frederick James Hammer, Murray ROWlaHd, Russell -' W Ash, Dorothy Harris, Vinira Rupard, Paul ' f i ,. Asher, Helen Haas, Berry Sackman, Blanche , J X ' Beach, Blanche Hewitt, Dorothy - Saler, Lucille- , , ' Beaumont, Glenn Hiatt, Clifford Savage, June , Beavers, Goldie Innes, Robert Shelton, lvlilford r N 4 ' Bender, Louis Jenkins, Lowell Sherry, Bernice A I , Berns, Elbert Kirk, John Shores, Bessie fl , - Bishop, Nadine Knapp, Howard Shutt, Thelma , , Z Boice, Wilma Lake, Audrey Sirridge, Catherine ' lpi - 1 Bond, Gerard Lillieh, Eva Smith, Eleanor L '. A Brown, George Loetel, Charles Smith, Jim 'IJ , Browning, William Madl, Gerald Smith, Lewis rg J Bruce, Harold Madison, Bille Smeltzer, R- V' 12 , Bruce, Murrel Mehr, Fred South, Beulah - Buck, Neil Masgn, Hazel Spencer, Laura 1 'K Campbell, Bert Meyden, Ralph Spencer, Wayne 'Ax Campbell, Kathryn McCauley, Helen Steffens, Charles I-I Carr, Florence McCullough, George Stevens, Ruby H S Childers, Bernice McKee, Richard Stockton, Harvey S Childers, Leonard Middleton, Clarenee Sudduth, Robert Christian, Doris Middleton, Robert Tabberer, Arthur ,EN Clark, Theodore H Miles, Virginia Tansey, Charles X J Cooper, Clayton Miller, Juanita T3Y10r, Maxine j ,J A Cooper, Clyde Moberly, Alberta Thornton, Maxine K 1- -' Conley, Marie Moore, Q'Dell Thorstenberg, Albert Q ' A Craig, Bernard Nagel, Faye Trueblood, Geneva . Craig, Charles Newsom, Helen Van Horn, Edward , ' , Daniels, Hubert Olson, Adolph Weber, Clara RN Dorrell, Calvin Ortega, Harry White, Calvin R Dye, Mary Paine, Clyde Wildman, John 3 ElSI'I13.1'1, F1'CCl6I'lCk Petfy, Louisg Louie May , Q Ellerman, Helen Petzold, Dorothy Wylnteff Margaret Fisher, Lillian Phalp, Margaret Wise: Glenn Franklin, Nora Pratt, John Wolf, Junior I , S Fuller, Paul Pyle, Benny Woodruff, Estel 7 , GibbS, Mildred Reed, Margarette WVOOICYY, R- L- l Gillespie, J0e Redwine, Jeanelle Young, Derald ' Reynolds, Margaret l iQ 2 at ff Al " ,S 7 -,i ' J X, 93 ei , Forty seven n 1 ' Q ,. 'A P 9 ern H 5 3 - . W if S' ., f K ' . 9 X . ' Ninth Grade 'i Adams, Mary Louise Ford, Weybern Matney, Helen Marie ' li Allen, Ralph Foster, Thomas McCulley, Louise Anderson, Billy Fritz, ROY IVICHCUFYQ D0f0thY QM! ff? Anderson, Charles Fry, Robert McKee, Harold 'V 1 ' ,. Anderson, Glenn Frye, Bernice Menegaya Glen 1 X r Arnold, Fern Gates, Lois Anne Metz, Marguerite , , ' Ashlock, Edan Goerlich, Elizabeth Meginn, Raymond J , Badeker, Delphine Gomez, Ladislada Miller, Vfayne - N Q' Baker, Alfred Graham, Franklin Monsche, Mary Louise Q J Baker, Anna Mae Gravatt, Jewell Offutt, Helen ,il K Baker, Edgar Lee Grimsley, Fern Olseene, Robert I Barton, Josephine Gunn, Alpheretta Parkison, Winifred - Bastel, Milton Haag, Grace Pearson, Leroy 'J l Belshaw, Louis Hackl, Helen Pruitt, Florence ll ' 5 Bender, Anna Marie Hale, Esther Pursley, Ruth ' X' Benlgn, Florine Hall, Juanita Reed, Joe ,. Berry, Paul Henney, Edward Reynolds, Martha - I -I Bohner, Genevieve Haney, Marjorie Riley, NHOITH Sl IX Brannan, Neta Jane HHHIUUS, Stephan Robbins? Billy -K Brown, Bevarl HerShey, Mary Rfldfigue-Z, .JCSUS H Brown, Elainey Hills,-Lorene Rose, June H S Burgard, Beatrice HOuSe, Arthur Siler, Olive Q E5 Burger, Raymgnd Huff, Helen Scherer, Esther 5: Burton, Dathleen Hughes, George Schoonheart, Clara D Carpenter, Chester Hutchison, William Seller, DOnald I X it Caudle, Arthur Jolgnson, Lorene gharie, Chlgitinle h ' y , Clark, Janet Jo nson, Louis ing eton, iza et K ,. 1 Conrad, Geneva Kerr, Loren Stiles, Fred A' N X Cooper, Genevieve Kerr, Warren Stllrdivan, Walter - -1 Cooper, Marivilla Ketchum, Maurice Taylor, Bessie . ' 2 Crockett, Louis Klaber, Dorothy Th0II1aS, Mereer ir Cronin, Katherine Landon, Helen Tipps, LOWell . Culp, Russell Larkin, Dortha Verhamme, Irma 5 :f Denny, Wlilliam Lemon, Aley Weaver,AMi1for1 Denning, Clyde Lemon, Alberta Webster, Mary Ruth V Deringer, Maybelle Lenhart, Gertrude Van Brunt, Thurman hx Dix, Nathan Long, Priscilla May Vail GOSeI1, Gladys I Q Downing, Anna Lusk, William Wells, Marjorie J 5 A1 Dunn, Teresa Madison, John White, Ruth Easter, Nell Marek, Pearl Wlilhelm, Bernice fi ii Eike, Mildred ' Martin, Dorothy Williams, Gilbert Espy, Florence ' Zarazua, John AQ ? hi J e 21, I I 4 , . ' ,. 15 ii Q5 'B 930 r i x 'ig en fm fl it 5 Z . Z 'X Li .1 ills il P " 1 l Eighth Grade Ng V Allen, Idol Gross, Dorothy McGee, Katherine v Anderson, Russell Hultz, Mildred McGee LeRoy " l Andrews, Dale Hull, Raymond Miller, Charles ' 1 V I Baker, George Haag, Harry Millert, Iulius , ' ,Xi Barr, Madge Hall, James Moberly, Glynn , - Bard, Melvern Hankins, Thelma Morris, Ralph , fi Bartel, Matthew Hansen, Herbert Paine, Agnes' p X Bastel, Julius Harris, Floyd Peterson, Paul V l . Beasley. Elden Hayes, Harriett Phipps, Helen 1 K x Beaty, Thurman Hewitt, Mildred Planzer, Blanche I . Beavers, Carl Hooper, Gladys Prince, Frank S ' Beth, Lloyd Hoover, Junior Price, Leveta L 4 Boice, Russell Huyck, Edith Raines, Herbert 'i 3 . Boice, Vsfillard Hutson, Esther Reed, Frances - M fi Bryan, Esther V Innes, Peter Reith, Alice 13' i In Butcher, Rex Iohnson, Donald Rice, Violet ' Buzzell, Junior Nelson, Charles Rives, Charles ,g 'K Campbell, Fay Dora Kent, Eugenia Roth, Harold K H Cathey, W-aneta Keyes, Wilby Saler, Frank H Chisam, Rowland Lane, Charles Schiebel, Rose ' XS! Clark, Elsie Larson, Evelyn Smithmier, Dorothy gf iQ Coon, Carl Lattin, Leonard South, Irene ' ,1- 52 Craig, Millicent Lawson, Lavern Spencer, Billy ,' Crew, James Lehman, Louis Standley, Roy K Darnell, Margaret Loiler, Harold Stewart, James 'P T A Deaver, Alfred Loomis, Ervin Taylor, Bessie K 1' 5 Delaplain, Olive Loomis, Ralph Taylor, Gene x X Dishman, Pearl Long, Kenneth THYIOR HUVCY -I Q Dobson, Minnie Long, Opal Thomas: D0f0thY ' 5 ' , Dunn, Roberta Macleod, Harley TIUOITIHS, Edna ,ig Dunn, Wfillafd Madison, Twanitte Tipton, Florence V' Durham, Floyd Manion, Ludwig Tush, Glen , V Foreman, Glen Mason, Robert Tush, James Foster, Margaret Mayden, Carrie Vandewiele, Katherine s l T Freeman, Harry Merwin, Bernice Vaughn, Virginia N X prick, Joe Metz, James Wheeler, Dorothy I X Gilmore, Abner McDaniel, Florene Wilson, Dale , Goebel, Margie McFaden, Ida Celeste Wiiiningham, Dorothy Gray, Thomas Vx7OOlWOrtl'1, H 'Q 7 xl If gil if 93 ,J Forty-nlne , F F I 'K I'I 5 9 - f x-- 4 hr ii nf f. B 4 x X, at 4 ' Seventh Grade Adams, Hazel Allen, Leigh Robert Anderson, Helen Anderson. Irma Babcock, Bernard Beasley, Edwin Beemont, ack Belshe, Robert Benzette, Frank Beth, Helen Blaine, Norman Booker, Kenneth Boyd, Fern Brady, James Brickey, Harold Brown, Allen Browne, Edwin Bryan, Ralph Buck, Eileen Buck, Richard Campbell, John Cantrell, Edna Carr, Geraldine Caudle, Virginia Mae Church, Ruby Clark, Marie Collins, Florence Collins, Mable Compton, Gene Conley, Hazel Cowperthwait, Anna Dargan, Louisa Heatherton Richard Henny Edna Hultz Arthur Hutchison Edward Halcomb Dick Haney Edward Hankins Dorothy Harmon Mary Hootman Ralph Hood Kenneth Holland Dora Holden ane Hiatt Eugene Irey Ralph Jameson Frances Jenkins Irvin John Gordon Johnson Emleen Jones DeForest . Kelly Gertrude Killmer Riley, Landenburger Oleita Landon 'Marion Lapham, Wanita Leslie, Alonzo Lovelace, Dorothy Lovell, Willene Lynerla, Henry M.acleod, Elma Magnenat, Mary Eliz Mankins, Doretha Martin, Clifford ab eth Pelfrey Robert Pooker Lois Powell Donald Pr ce Maxine Reagan Elizabeth Reed ames Reynolds Everett Richardson D Richardson Maxine Rogers Lester Scott Mary Servos Hazel Servos Violet Shannon John Sheppard Emerson Sherry Irene Shores George Short Eva A Shutt W-illiam Robert Singleton John Smith Nayland Smith Walter Snyder Ruth Snyder, Emmet Steffens, J. Wesley Stice, Agnes Stroud, Anita Studdard, Gladys Taylor, Helen Taylor, Lillian Thomas, Edmund Trueblood, Evelyn S! 5 , i ' 1 i t K xr L . 4' 'f W fArfqenf1a wi X s, i . , gli 5 X . -, . i f . Sala , 7 it x Q a ' B , . , . x HQ Bastel, Esther Hattley, Tonnie Redwine, Charles Edward 1 Q J li e Sl' J ' I 'V 3 , J. . f 3 . Y E- N , , l A . , 'J , . lf , J , gil , , 1 s 9 I ' , t 3 tl , ' i , 'AJ H S Dare, Loretta Davidson, Mary Martinez, Herlinda Mayden, Lawrence Tush, Edith Tuttle, Elsie ,!, - yi, Derrington, Mabel McCarty, Evelyn Walker, Edwin Drollinger, Mirel . McCarty, Leon Walker, Dean P' 1, Duluard, Lawrence McDonald, William Walton, Karle , A x Durham, .Jean McGee, Juanita Watson, Francis ,Q S Eckman, Chett McHenry, Virginia Watson, Margaret Eisman, Martha Meade, Stephen Weber, Pauline Franklin, Benjamin Meginn, William VVells, Leo 1 f N Freese, Marion Menegay, Gladys West, Emma Mae 7 Fuller, J21Ck Miller, Delmar Wheeler, W.illa A Gallagher, Genevieve Minnis, Francis Williams, Beulah , Goff, James Mitchell, Billie Willis, Mahree Gordon, Raymond Moberly, Clyde Wing, Robert A Gould, Maxine Moore, Joe Wiseman, Clyde 7 ,M Gower, Clarence Morgan, Dewey Wintersteen, Mary A' Gray, Dorothy Murphy, Opal Woolard, Merle ' ' " Green, Jack Nixon, Vivian Woolworth, Theola ,Q Hackel, .Jimmie Bill Norwood, Frances Worthington, Emogene - ' I 2 ia' f A Hi 93 Flfty The flight of the Graf Zeppelin in its cruise around the World guided by its master, Dr. Hugo Eckener,awas a memorable achievement in aviation. Features mf 'l 42' 1 ,.-AN K.. A , , .1 ,v my-'+ S14 .leer :1 .'nm.1n1.inn 6171767 t f Ss 1 ? SF V 2 , lil? K - I IX., X F ll M ay Queen L 4 X 1 l. rl , Q5 X 4' H KYB A A H H Q, S XY X w l 4 ,Q is 3 if l R ELEANOR WISE Q The May Queen is elected from the A . senior class by the Girls' Athletic Associaf -lf 'dx tion. S 7 li 9 ai if ,Xi 75 m " ' , Fifty-three .5 B gm zRQwf1Qwi222g ArQenf'dmX7k ' - fi ' gp SX 3 - S32 X4 V! X 52 K I'I Q y ' K f J f' 1 FEI ' I I 51 ' 'Aw H S XZ T? I 2 x X p X ' I . LQ R X x , g EI + I , S 2 , Q 2 FX ,A . H ,. 6 X x V' ix L.,.-.VM--. ,. , M , ,A , . x ..,, ,,,A ..,,L . , . ' A , . .3 ' V ' ' ,L bf , pe 939 i - our V W A I Fffyf K X S4 ', JP' 1 2 ,X ,I 4 R ,Xa X I .1 v, f. LZ - Jf'Q9'7f'f"1f ie: :WI ' A- zl 184 , Z 1 SF Z f Y 54 1 Sl. ,Xxx N y gg, f 1'4 ,j V 1 , 5 ' A v 5 J Z QT A H H Q, 5, N J SA A 2 ,Q 2 Q h ' N 7' X N Q 7 3 7 N EQ if I A Fifty-five Z " 9 en fff' ' 1 ' .2 ' 1 , 7, 2 x- "I x J ' 1 wx. .1 R W Nx. I xx f W f + 15 f fx' , 1151 A H Q S M A fx . if I ix x . 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H 92 A S m A A Y K . 4 A A fa ff Q A I-' , Ar 7' xx 4 7 'Q R S Q A A gl x T SX, 13 AUDITORIUM STAGE A .A Af -Q A A ii 41 5 'A 4 xg- A ,,,. . 1 Uh r I -A b AV Q N. Fiffy-nine f.5 x ,S Q-':fMA"9e'?fia'7f f:sTr:a'. l l 'Q sg PERsoNAL1TY . . ' - N5 Personality was the school project for the year 1929f30, set forth by M. E. Pear' S sin, superintendent of schools, for the students of Kansas City, Kansas. , I f It was his aim for the students and teachers to take up the study of some phase xg of personality each month during the year. In working out plans for the project, , If special topics were assigned for study each month. The topics: Manner and Refinef ., , ment, Poise and Posture, Dress and Address, Social Adjustment, Confidence, Ambif . 5 tion, Energy and Will to Do, and Mental Hygiene. ' , 4 5, onoss woRD PUZZLE I, K t I By Lyle Gravatt and Grover Johnson K E x I 4 Horizontal to l I 1 A 1. Mr. Pearson's present role for schools. l Q' Ll 3 9 f, 12. A Latin epic poem written by Virgil. . 1 X 13. The place where an action in law is laid I 14. Abbreviation of road. 5 2 ' 15. A girl's name. , ?l 1 Q 16. Diminutive of Alfred. , . 18. Sixteen and onefhalf feet. 1 'S' V Q 20. A mental image. 1 r. W 23. The chief character in a novel. ' i 25. The male offfspring. fPluralD. Sq 26. Pointing out a small quantity. 27. Srlpall ciildlren. -P5 A 28. T at w ic mitigates pain . V ' 30. A period of time. fx- 31. To be afflicted with pain. .Lx A 32. To extend or lengthen. I-I 33. To fall behind. ' H 35. To sum up. . S 37. Abbreviation of largest railroad in world. S if 38. A concise sentence suggesting some guid xf l 19 ing principle. 2 39. Third person singular, pronoun. ' 40. The science of health. ' I . A p I Vertical ' 4 I ,Q 1. Obstinacy. 17., Pertaining to the mind. '- 2. Terminal. 19. To have challenged. .X 4. The second syllable when calling off the 21. An aperture. , . 1 major scale. 22. A patient, slow, sure four footed. , 5. A word used in addressing a gentleman. 23. Diminutive of Harold. ' 6. A scent. 24. To smoke, steam. 7. Eager 28. Abbreviation' Eastern state. 8. A famous Confederate general. 31. To be eager to go. . f 9. A preposition. 34. A girl's name. 10. Latin for your,-feminine. 36. A boy's name. , 11. A tropical illness. 41. Conjunction. Answers to the CrossfWord Puzzle ' Q Horizontal Vertical 1. Personality 27. Tots 1 Persistence 19, Defied 12. SlAjene1d 28. I1-Eelief 2 End 21, Door 13. enue 30 ra 4 R 22. A S Q 14. Rd. si. A11 5 sii 23. l 15. Rosie 32. Eke 6 Od 24. R k 16- A1 213. Lag 7 Avg zs. Ri? 7 R, 18. Rod' 35. Add 8 Lee 29, Elate . 20. Idea TY-137. C. P. 9 In 31. I - 23. Hero 38. Motto 10 Tua 34, Amy X 25- S0118 39- 116 l 11 Yellow Fever 36. Don .. Ng 26. Afew 40. hygiene 17 Mental 41. Se bf 3 - . , ' E' 1544 H NN n .. ., .V-V VM, vp- r V 4 .M ss 3 L193Q nQ2..:.mf., Sixty 5 l K- Stunt flying is already a popular sport. One pilot famous for this is Arthur C. Goebel, winner of the Dole flight to Hawaii. Athletics "X 2 VW' 1 I , L... vfwvvuf .,......,- ,4 , ,..,'.,...,..q......,.,-.m,wL11,.,.1+.,...-.w:1Q-A-fA A A ,, A.,- ,J 4 'if Q P i N 4. I' 9 917 fl C7 5? 3 5' QQ lg!! I I 'X Q L ' i X 'P ' an i X I Q, 5 4- ' 5 f-N ' ' Z x X ,Lx A 61 'N X 3 A H W X 11 '3 0 F' 35 ? X A J' X W 5 If 7 a' , g 7 ci 1 I Q! Ag 7 KQ ? X4 Football ' M , Ag bi ty-three 5 ,K ,Qw ,gffArgenfiaw1,m,s a T s 3 X p The Football Season X The football season started off with a bang this year with some thirtyffive men answering Coach George Holtfrerich's call to the gridiron September 9. Mr. Holtfrerich had six letter men to use as a nucleus to build his team around. Charles Weldon, elected captain last year, twisted his knee during the summer, and as it did not heal enough for him to take part in any game during the season, Coach I-Ioltfrerich appointed Quarterback John Innes to act as captain through' out the year. Argentine placed five worthy men on the allf city team. Argentine, O, Leavenworth, 12 This was Argentine's first game of the season' and ended disastrously for the light, inexperienced team. p CHARLES WELDO'N Argentine, O, Roclgliurst, 13 Captam The small Mustang team was unable to hold the much heavier, more experienced "Irish'l team from Rockhurst high in Kansas City, Missouri, and lost by a 13 to O score. Argentine, Og Wyandotte, U A Argentine won a moral victory over the "Bullf dogs" of Wyandotte high school, October 18. The game found both teams battling on fairly even terms all through. - i x Football Squad ' First Row--Childgrs, Arnold, Miller, Moore, C. F. Holtfrerich CCoachJ, R. Innes, Brown, Fry urgard. Second RoWQMcMillian, Lattin, Johnson, Daniels, Innes, Kerr, Browning, Amayo. Sixty-four - - 4, 'gauges-w,Q2frm Ar99nf'dW i ff ff A F .M Q fs 7' , ' Argentine, O, DeSoto, O ' T The fourth game was a moral defeat, for sevf IZ - eral times the Mustangs lost opportunities to scorc against the much lighter DeSoto team. X N ' I f 1 Argentine, O, Olathe, 13 T 51. -f The fast Clathe 'lEaglesl' trounced the Argenf 'Q tine eleven on an ideal day for football. Clathe 7- used every football strategy in pushing over the ., W? thirteen points as the Mustangs' wall crumbled. gr V, . Argentine, 6, Shawnee Mission, O lx- The sixth game of the season found the Mus' I tangs chalking up their first counter of the year. tx The game was on even terms until the fourth quarf ' 1 ter when the Mustangs, led by Amayo, with line A plunges, end runs and passes, took the ball in their lu own territory and marched down the field for the 4, i , JOHN INNES touchdown. , Q ' Captain-elect ' , ' Argentine, O, Lawrence, '77 S E This game was the worst defeat in the history of the school. It was just a track . 2 meet for Lawrence, but put more fight into the team. Argentine, 7, Rosedale, O A "Turkey Day" proved happy day for the Mustangs, when they walked on the H Wildcats of Mount Marty to tie with Wyandotte for the unofficial title of Kansas I-I S City, Kansas. The Bulldogs had also beaten Rosedale 7 to O. S YJ Bob Brown, halfback of the Mustangs, pushed the ball over the last white line if when he picked up a fumbled ball. Amayo hit the line for the extra point. xi 2 X Football Squad . , l .5 X.. ,. ti VF ix' ff X 2 sg ' . xxx f Q 7 X" If First ROW.-Chillers, Arnold, Miller, Moore, Mr. G. F. Holtfrerich fCoachj, R. lnnes, Brown, Fry, f I Burgard. A . SM Second ROW-MC1xf1i11ian, Lattin, Iohnson, Daniels, J, Innes, Browning, Amayo, Ketchum. 7' Third ROW--Gilyeat, Craig, P. Innes, Kerr, Stockton, Stevens, Cartmell, Keyes, Baker. - as ki , i Sixty-five 1. . , as l - KAI' enfidnigf fm ps, 9 s y is was E F gi Coaches Ni 52 X . Pi 5, s X 4. Q 5? a GEORGE HOLTERERICH J. 0. SHANKLAND Coach . Coach This is the second year George Holt' C. Shankland, assistant coach, is- a frerich, coach, has worked with the atb' graduate of the College of Emporia, ,-X. letes of the Argentine High School. He where he won letters in football, basket A came to Argentine from MCPh61'SO1'1 ball and track.. He coached asuccessful H High School of McPherson, Kansas. three years at Leavenworth High School S Coach Holtfrerich graduated from the before he came to Argentine High gg Kansas State Teachers' College, where School, T9 he won letters in all three ma'or s orts, ' 5 J P X football, basket ball and track. rj Cheer Leaders . , g A gx ,C Y ts -X ' omiow HARRISON MARESE SMITH BEN sToTT .. Three new cheer leaders took the cheering in hand this year. They were: Marese Smith, ,N senior, head cheer leader, Orlow Harrison, seniorg and Ben Stott, junior. ' d The cheer leaders were elected by a committee consisting of a few members of the faculty and ' stu ents. M The costume consisted of a light weight blue knitted wool sweater with a gold megaphone on Q the front, on which were the letters "A. H. S,". Cn the back was a gold mustang. s" V S My Sixty-six if-.game . j Kflrgenfianij 'S x ki F. A i 1. S. rs jx I 41. IS. -I? .M A X . I I Q 3 . J f ,X . rr 3, X M 14 iii' . it S RQ hi. IM R f,i I Football Letter Men NORVAL MTOORE ftacklej was one of the best tackles turned out from Argentine. He made the all city team. He was a mainstay in the left side of the line. The team will miss his services next year as he graduated. RAY FRY fguardj. Fry played under a handicap this year as it was his first year out. Being a senior, he had a hard time making the squad. CHARLES ARNOLD fendj was awarded a letter this year for the first time. He is a senior and will not be back next year. ROBERT BROWN Qhalfbackl. Bob played Q 2 c. . I xr 4 i f ' 1 fl il .3 st s, ' Sd: , , C the halfback position for all he was worth. He did most of the punting for the team. This is his first letter made in football. He graduates. NORRIS MILLER fendj. Norris was one of the best ends in the city. He made the allfcity team. He made his second letter this year. He graduates. JOHN INNES facting captain, quarterbackl. That the Scotchman did a good job at quarterback position, was proved by his appointment to the allfcity team. He made a letter last year playing in the line. John is a junior. MEARCUS DeLEON fendj played only half of the season as he was ineligible because of age. This' year he made his third letter. He graduates. FRED JOHNSON fbackfieldj. Fred played a good game and was always ready to go in and do his best. He is a junior. ROBERT INNES ftacklel. Bob is the same as his brother John, Scotch. He always played a good tight game. He will be back two more years. JOE AMAYO Cfullbackl. Joe's hard hitting and backing up of the line made him a very Valuf able man. Joe made the allfcity team. He made his second letter this year and will be back two more years. ARMER DANIELS fcenterj. Armer made his first letter this year. He ran a close race for the allfcity team. He was nosed out by Hobson of W'yandotte, because of lack of experience. He graduates. ' HOWARD KNAPP Cguardj. He made the allfcity team. He is a sophomore and will bekback. FLOYD CHILDERS fhalfbackj proved his worth this year by his fast running around the ends. He is a junior and will be a big help next year. CARL BURGARD fendl. Carl made his first letter this year. He will be back next year. gf 4 'F , l sl I 4 E -Pg X H S 3 in 1 5 . ali 7 9 ,E ?l s' ' ff " ' Sixty-seven nys: GCA-99 C F 9 en rid .3 l I X si 3 S B mb it I 4 l 1 A 4 ' 2. X The "Aw Club is an organization of young men in the Argentine High School I who, by their resources, or by undaunted efforts, have earned one or more first team X X letters in any of the outstanding sports: Football, basket ball, baseball, track, tennis or -f 3 golf. I Y The club was founded in 1918 with the idea and purpose of inspiring and encourf 5 X? aging young men to enter into the field of physical activities, promoting closer relationi ' ship and sportsmanship between the young men of this school and the young men of -1 W other schools. The club also brings the athlete closer to the student body and safe' 'K J guards the success of the different teams as a whole, by aiding them in stimulating and creating an interest in the school and in the public outside the school. It creates 3. ' N . better and clearer thinking for the young man who enters into any of the sports he ' chooses. The letter represents not only physical success of the person, but it creates Q fi an understanding of higher learning. The experience and accomplishment are worth 1 the time, work and effort expended to meet the requirements for admission to this orf ,sl ' ganization. 5, x X f ' . The presentation of a letter depends upon the amount of participation' in the 'S first team's games in any sport in one season. ' To receive a letter in any of the out- M ' I standing sports, one must be recommended by the coaches and approved by the prinf si f cipal. This, however, does not mean that if a letter is awarded to a person that that j y person is in the "A" Club. He must be voted in by the active members of the club. . 2 Previously to this year special requirements were set for each sport, but as this was the xg only school in the state of Kansas with such requirements, these were changed. A Each year the HA" Club has a banquet. The money for the affair is raised by A H the active members by giving picture shows and entertainments at the high school. Ig The Club initiation creates interest for the uonlookersn, but trouble and work xf for the fellows who are entering the club. 5 2 X .M ..................., is , X T . 51 N gf , if Q if 'ht , Y gg El. ax .... , , First Row--I. C. Shankland fSponsorj, C. Johnson, George Holtfrerich CSponsorj, Burgard. ' I. ' M Second Row-QChilders, Miller, Arnold, Innes, Deleon. - M Third Row-J. Innes, Lloyd, Moore, Payne, G. Johnson. J, Q Fourth Row-F. Johnson, Fry, Brown, Daniels, Knapp. Amayo. Q F' if 93 . -1 . : ' . -,,. I Sixty-eight rg e n fia X ,I gx 13 QP 5. . QS X Sl. 5 -I' P V x f 2: I QI" xx I A 1 x sbfx I 2. : QU f . 4 5 K a fp . E S112 im S Q 9 ht If . I f R Basket Ball , I . N. 93Q M ' 1 U Slxty-nine i W' Q Sensor Hugh School Basket Ball Season Basket ball practice began December 10 with thirty five men reporting for workout. Coach Holtfrerich had plenty of experienced material so the number was cut and work was started. Norval Moore was elected to fill the position as captain for ,Q the season. The Mustangs had four letter men and all were in the games and gave all they had to win. Material was plentiful and little time was taken in preparing for the first game that was to be played within a week. The team had a very stiff schedule and met some of the strongest teams in the state. N. Argentine, 30, Excelsior Springs, 11' Qs 9- ff 7 EJ rx sn 1 - 1 f' 9 9 '7 ffff v, 3 1 if ' ' Q lg i ' T i il if 2 N The first game of the season found the Mus' tanks playing to - form, when they trampled the r QI, K Excelsior five on the home court. It proved that , T the Mustangs would be able to hold their own with . l any team in the league. I "M .f I NORVAL Moomn 'Argentine '15, Ottawa, 13 5 X Cavfain The fourth game of the season found the Musf tangs still going strong. This game proved to be a f - thriller for the crowd. The game was close from start to finish. The final two or .1 K three minutes proved to be too much for the Ottawa five. 'X H Argentine, 13, Rosedale, .14 H S Again the Rosedale quintet invaded the Argentine camp to defeat Argentine by S one point. Last year it pulled the same trick and won by one point. The game was ' The second defeat of the season for the Mustangs and was hard for the Mustangs' folf i X owers. 2 , A pix X4 First Team Basket Bull Squad ' ., ier eeees A 2 5 af iii 1' x E ,Q U Q ki' , I , Q :iii K 1 . I at l , First Row-Lloyd,,Moore, Mr. George Holtfrerich fCoachj, C. johnson. Miller. Second -Row--Innes, Brown, Arnold, G. Johnson, Amayo. 930 , Seventy V "9 en ha SR 9 '. I , gif 5: if Argentine, 11, Lawrence, 24 5, f ' The University City five, with its strong team, proved to be too much for the ,wi Mustangs. Lawrence, rated as one of the leading teams of the Northeast league, did xx not get started until the last half that proved fatal to the Mustangs. A Argentine, 8, Olathe, 12 . -f hie, 1 N ' f V A different style of game was played by the visitors, which puzzled many fans. - L , - The game was a stalling affair,,vvith the visitors in, the back court holding the ball - tx .most of the time. , 'Q Argentine, 8, Wyandotte, 34 1 if X . The Mustangs had hit a slump and the Bulldogs defeated the Mustangs for the tl second time this year. The height proved to be too much for them. 5 . 1 i N Argentine, 25, Shawnee Mission, 20 'g i Q 'A The last game of the season found the Mustangs back to their normal stride. a . ' After losing so many games, the Mustangs came back to defeat the Indians in the last gs 1 game of the season. The game was played on the Wyandotte High School court. f ' V E 4 'K A 1-1 H s 5, R Second Team Basket Ball Squad A X , . 1 2 fi Ei ' S si ' T3 A s, f S 2 xc V i s Q V A 5 Mr. George Holtfrerich fCoachl, R. Innes, 5f6ff2I1Si KHHPP, Hiatt, MF- I- C. Shuankland QCoachj, :fl si Bohner, Middleton, Olson, Eisman, B. Craig, Bruce. 7 all a iita e .s N -N ' Seventy-one l f . J- r x 1 1. L it - - .Ar enfiawi -t aw R Q - . . .? a f X F v f be Basket Ball Letter Men 1 E . S S 1 .Z T X i NORVAL MOORE played center and was ,, very seldom outfjumped. Norval was captain and Q f proved to be a capable man to hold down the Q! 5 position. This year he won his second letter in X 'I . basket ball. He will not be back next year. xx S, GLEN LLOYD la ed forward and was a hard 4 x P Y man to stop when he started hitting the basket. ' ' He proved to be a mainstay and will be missed A, - next year. He is a senior. ew rg . f CLEO WIELLS played a good game as guard. A A xxg He played only a few games, as the ninefsemester ' 1 rule caught him before the season was well started. . n CHARLES ARNOLD played his first year at l X forward and was always in scrapping. Wherever I X4 , f the ball was he was, taking-some part ,in having it. - . He is a senior. ' L1 ' L A 1 . a rl f i i JOE AMAYO,iplaying guard, was a mainstay gi K in the "lvIustang" defense and was able to handle -K his part well. He will be a very valuable man, for H he has two more years. I-I S ROBERT BROWN held down a forward posif S X1 tion and proved to be a big help to the team when X, he came through with his timely shots. He was ,CFI ' strong on the defense, as well as the offense. He Ex is a senior. x , ,1 -6 K ,. QQ GRovER JOHNSON piays a forward posif f tion and will be a very valuable man for the team ' next year. r . NORRIS MILLER proved to be ia good guard M in several games. He had the ability to score and proved it by his long shots. He played hard all Q - the time. He is a senior. ' in A1 x 'ix S CHARLES JOHNSON played at center, al' p. ways ready to go Whenever needed. His height 's will help out next year when he fills Moore's posif tion. ' 7 I JOHN IN'NES played guard and proved to be ' K, a good man on the defense. He also proved his ,fe - scoringvability .and will be a valuable man next 'K - year. ue is a junior. -. All S bf 5' If 5 i i QQQJQ y gs,.. ..- - Seventy-two L K , 1 '4"9e'7f'C7f7f it' 'T if fx? by - - i A Junwr Hzgh School Basket Ball Season of hi 'lx' ,L 4 . When Coach Hoover put in his call for Junior Silt li High basket ball practice, several men took notice. A Being without any letter men, he cut the squad to l 1' fi about seventeen and began to prepare for the on' , QQ' coming season. 4 4 Several men had some experience on the secf so ond team last year and a squad was picked to repref ' f . sent the Argentine Junior High School. The spirit ,A f '5 that was displayed between the players and Coach fx? Hoover proved to be a big help in putting out a 'ri team. o iw The team met some of the strongest teams in ' T the city and proved to be a strong quintet. The lo games were close and the results indicate that some I 1 good material should be ready for the senior high V j ' team next year. f if The following members won their letters and F. SHOOVER ly were in the starting lineup for most of the games: , Coach Q Robert Thomas, center, Nathan Dix, forward, F, 5, Hoover, junjgf high School fx Kenneth Woods, forward, Morris Ketchum, guard, glib, iS H Efadulilfe Of MFPIICSSQH -'K A Robeff Fw, guard? Glen Manger John b.ifrr.2.1ff3.dxssrixmsaa? az H H M3d150n, fOrWard- came to Argentine during the fall S . . I . 1 . H of 1926 as successor of Roscoe S XJ The requirement to win a etter is to p ay in .1 Brown, DOW Coach at Rosedale 5, majority of the quarters played during the season. High School. x ' X r 1 X l , 1. A f f if VL if i ' X 7 L f K x 'X 'l 75 CRX . me f to . F .N ...,.... K if I If First Row-Moberly, Thomas, W. Miller, MHd1S0n- A' T Second Row--4Cathy, 'W7illiams, Menegay, Hall, W00d5- 4 36 Third Row-Wells, Fry. Keyes, Ketchum, DIX, Haas- bf - V. bg 35' - . f' y Seventy-three i . 7 1 Q A 3 1 X Q .1 it - ' 532 X1 Senior High School Basket Ball Schedule 3 1 December 19 ....... ....... A rgentine 30-Excelsior Springs l 11 A 512 January 2 Argentine 17 -Manual 12 4 X - January 10 Argentine 2 5 -Atchison 14 ., ' be January 14 ....... ....... A rgentine 1 5-Ottawa 1 3 ' ' January 17 Argentine 9-Wyandotte 18 - x A January 24 Argentine 13-Rosedale 14 1 A January 3 1 ....... ....... A rgentine 1 1 -Lawrence 24 " 1 February 4 Argentine 18-Shawnee Mission 23 'lf February 8 ....... ....... A rgentine 17-Topeka 30 K February, 1 1 ....... ....... A rgentine 8-Qlathe 12 February 14 ....... ....... Ar gentine 17 -Wyandotte 3 4 February 2 1 ....... ....,.. A rgentine 10-Rosedale 24 February 28 ....... ....... A rgentine 20-Leavenworth 25 K 51 ' ! March 4 ....... ....... A rgentine 25-Shawnee Mission 20 1 if . . 1 ii H Senior High School Second Team Schedule H 5, January 17 .................. Argentine 14-Wyandotte 6 5, january 24 ....... ....... A rgentine 10-Rosedale 1 8 X January 31 ....... ....... A rgenitne 7-DeMolays 10 I2 A February 4 ....... ....... A rgentine 11-Shawnee Mission 15 . February Q1 1 ....... ....... A rgentine 10-Ulathe 9 I Q February 14 ....... ....... A rgentine 16-Wyandotte 15 '7 February 2 1 ....... ....... A rgentine 14-Rosedale 18 ' ' f ' March 4 ....... ....... A rgentine 10-Shawnee Mission 11 g 1 3 TQ ' Junior High School Basket Ball Schedule 3 January 14 .................. Argentine 6-Northwest 8 3 January 16 ....... ........ A rgentine 1 3 -Rosedale 1 1 7 A ' January 2 3 ....... ........ A rgentine 1 3 -Wyandotte 14 ' February 6 ....... ........ A rgentine 8-Central 17 -5 - February 1 1 ....... ........ A rgentine 1 1--Rosedale 17 gf 1 February 1 3 ....... ........ A rgentine 10-Northwest 8 February 2 5 -Argentine 4-Wyandotte 17 ' Fl March 4 ....,.. .,,..... A rgentine 0 -Central 24 Q , s X f 5 2 Fi A ff Seventy-four ,.-.Xu-fl , LJ , rg en ff? ixz 1? .2 h X f 3: J, .- A. xg' f V x x :I x Q-MV 0 , N li- l 1 . xx 1 gl 1 ii 5 X I J x A1 x Z ' 1 2 s. , XS 7 "X 'N Q ? if ,A I f ' .J Ji, M 2 Ag Track x 4' f Seventy-flve s 4 , is .1 ' - Af V 'lf v "' Lf KA r v ' Q ' ' "' A " vw' I - ' W 9 9 5 nf , t - 'Q ' if" sf 2 Senior High Truck Season r K N I With several letter men back and some valuable material coming in from the bg junior High School a good track team represented the high school in several meets 4 ' this year. ' Some of the men to show u this season are Robert Brown, Norris Miller, Robert - x - - P f 1 Payne, Howard Knapp, Floyd Childers, Joe Amayo. Most of the letter men. won sevf if , ' eral firsts in different meets last year. -- W The team entered several meets this year, some relays and some dual meets. The f ,following are some of the meets entered: Kansas Relays at Lawrence April 18, Baker ' X Relays at Baldwin April 26, Northeast Kansas League Meet May 3, State Sectional , Meet May 9, and the intercity Meet. Those who received first or second in the Secf tional Meet competed in the State Meet held at Manhattan May 16 and 17. i The team last year scheduled two dual meets, winning from the Leavenworth High 4' School and losing to Manual High. Charles Weldon and Norris Miller represented V Argentine at the sectional meet at Cttawa. Miller was the only one entered in the ' , , State Meet. , - J A A F 1 .1 A A gl Senior High School Track Squad H V . X i Q . K 2 Q 5 X Y Q: N 7 if 2 as Q A f . X I Y 2 V First Row-I. C. Shankland fCoachJ, Campbell, Stephan, Eversole,-Brunk, C. E. Holtfrerich ' fCoachj, Miller, DeLeon, Amayo. Second Row-Leep, Weldon, Warner, Knapp. Irons, Smith, Childers, Foglesong. ? at is xi if X 2 at n 1 .Q 9,3 A Seventy-six A 3 , f' 9 9 fid X A I I si? ,Z SE Y .1 bv f f x R55 ' H, C7 K pf 2 s M 7 4 ax 7 5x Q 2 , 'R M 7 ai ' Girls' Athletics Q i E' - i' M- . . ,. . R 2 N5 4193 ,4 . , " J A F r M A M A -A Seventy-seven A rgenha nf J R Girlsi' 'CA99 Club f 3. 1 f 1' To have won an athletic letter is the require' N ment for membership in the Girls' "A" Club. Letf ters are given for 1,000 points earned in various F sports. Points are Won by playing games in the ,K various sports for girls. Tournaments are held in P- basket ball, baseball, volley ball, track, deck tennis ' , and archery. Additional points are given winners K of the tournaments. ' I The club costume is a dark blue skirt and dark N 4 blue sweater on which the "A" earned is worn. E' Miss Ruth 'Dunmire, gymnasium instructor, is l sponsor of the group. ' . I X ' l a f Miss RUTH DUNMTIRE l ' Coach -Q 4 P Officers Presldent ............. ...................... ......... E v elyn Nisbett -fx A VicefPresident ........ ,,,,,,.,, B etty Bob COX H 'SGCrCtary ............... ......... D elice Earhart if Treasurer ........ ........ D oris Fisher X! Q 'H 3 a Xl l 2 .Q , V if J ' ,Ig AQ N al " First Row-Nisbett, Norwood, Miss Ruth Dunmire fSponsorj, Fisher, Monsche. I yi Second Row-Boyd, Do. Earhart, Cox, McKnight, De. Earhart, Linton, Y , N: 930 ,.,.ef.:ggfr.i.,f Seventy-eight Q, 5 K A H 3? I R gweawmygwewwdfufgenhqfik mmwawwwmsqm is ' 5. 3 Girls' Athletics AF Interclass teams from all classes except the seventh grade were chosen for basket if ball, volley ball and baseball. Tournaments were held in the interest of the Girls' H2 Athletic Association. ' 4 R - Q tgj , L , L Gurls' Valley Rall p L x L' if The junior class team defeated all other teams in volley ball. The senior team finished second, defeating all teams except the juniors. Those on the team: Cnondas Bartley, captain, Florence Lehman, Kathleen Monsche, Catherine Schiebel, Joan Hagemann, Marjorie Layman, Elva Miller, Dorothy Bruce and Dorothy Christine. - l 2 The members of the volley ball teams were given eighteen and threeffourths points . 2 - for each entire game played. Fifty additional points are given to members of the - 1 winning team. ' 4 H I Q 'Junior Girls' Valley Ball Team 5, ig X Q l ' M -A , ' . 5, 1, .Q P K., . if i Q . ht 'Q p 7 p ' cf' R. V Y TT A Seventy-nine Ns 75: . f A 4 Hagemann, Bruce, Layman, E. Pruitt, Monsche, E. Miller, Christine, Lehmann. j l 5 it 5 Q X lx X Q F 9 W1 fic? gf Archery 73 W' I I ly- l 51 yd . xg K eff Q -4 I lx. its I 4 55 me Q X N , iii Erma Pruitt, Kathleen Monsche, Florence Lehman. I fi F i Archery is one of the nevvest sports in the school, having been introduced last 'il 2 T year. All of the games held during the year were played at the Homestead Golf It ' X course. Class tournaments were planned but due to lack of equipment little progress ki was made in the development of them. TK y A S , Senwr Gwls Basket Ball Team 5 T X . Z. X y 2 , A x ., 1- ' ., 1 :SX iff? T 2 tx 3 . S 2' I . if 1 f Q 2 LQ First Row-Norwood, Cox, Fisher, McKnight. Second Row-Bird, Dorothy Earhart, Delice Earhart, Boyd. Q .5 Girls' basket ball teams were chosen by each class of the school except the seventh 5 ,N grade. The members on the team received thirtyfseven and onefhalf points for each '54 , entire ame la ed. These oints are recorded and counted toward the thousand A g P Y P points necessary for a girl to receive a letter, NA", for her sweater. Five hundred 1 points entitle a girl to a numeral. 7 4 The tournaments were held at the Argentine Parish House. fs " 7 of Eighty The Antarctic Expedition, under the direction of Commander Richard E. Byrd, was another triumph in science. Mrgainizations .1 .A z . ,W . mf,- X ,2 ii 'K S' Q xg Y 514 .1 A , '? ! , f :I 1 Pl X . , . , ' I ,1Afii'5 5WP59K L 1 ' "'i' f Hamm i ' K TY H H 5 i H ff, 3 K w'.' ' ,.... , .., Fx 2 . ii X X A fig 7 , S 2. M yf X - Is j , Q 7 Q i ? I is S ., Activities i 7 -we 4 4 ' W 7 , , N Eighty-three ix. F 4 fi Annual Staff l l W 'A . . J l lla 9. X - ' 7 if '- N2 bg '74 7 Eva 5' xg 1 Q 1 ' I N 1 P4 l ! ' EVELYN NISBETT A VINCENT TOALSON ' Editor 'Business Manager , 5 Evelyn Nigbeit ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,.... E dl'i0iI' B9tfy Bob Cox ---------,,------w---A -- - Dorothy Ea1'haLrt,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, Associate! 1Editor """"" Kodaks A w Miss Frances Baylor ................... .... S DODSOF ypgrilliam Reed ---. V ----- - ' ' Juanita Ketchum ............ F C . S tt W 1 Deuce Earhart u,u-uuu L---, . . ,gi,qlgffg,,55P,,r,,,,sr---- Tx A ""' ""' l Asslstant Edltors 1.IeI.beI-t 'Sermon '----4-44--- --..- Q rganizationsi I-I Grace grhomas V """' " Beatrice Sprague ......., .. H - Dee Hopper,.,,..4........... S Charles Arnold ...... ..... S Norris Miller ....... ...., A thlevtics Mildred Heiatherton .,...... ----- 1 5-Z Cleo Wells ........ .....,,. J ack Stott... ...................... ..... I Classes I Doris Fisher ................. ...... T lfl13'r'e'Se' Sfijllth -""--'--""' " - i Eleanor Wise---, --------- -- -- ---- .Art Editors L len Gm ami'-"Nl L ' X Adolino Worthington ................ Ivan Young ----- ------ ' me I Charles We1d0'n -------------------------- 4 Armer Daniels ....,... . ,Advertising Managers 5 X Vincent Toalson ............ Business Manager Charles Arnold ........ .i ' j ' A 5 'Q ,g ,fff f-Y 72 XX 1 1-I B: rx B, ,, K 7 Reb ' F W9 ff ' ' i il , . First Row-Brickey, Young, Reiner, W,eldon, Hagood, Miller, Kenton, Arnold, Winchell. I . -W Second Row-Do. Earhart, Heatherton, Sprague, Wells, Scott, Stott, Reed, Wise, Hopper, Semon, V 2 Miss Frances Taylor fSponsorJ. 1 M Third Row-Wiorthington, McDonald, De. Earhart, Thomas, Smith, Nisbett, Cox, Fisher, Toalf 'f Q son, Graham. F 7 mi ff Eighty-four ' " 9 9 '7 ffff Y ' . j' Journeuhsm 1 , I 3 m , .lk ,A - m, - l'.,,, .Q - l 5, I sl 3 QP Z p Sir a I ll N4 if ? ., f . sl r I . L ' A IVAN YOUNG - ALFRED KENTON is r Advertising Manager Editor ,jg p Q PRESS CLUB oFF1cERs ,Q Evelyn Nlsbett ----------------------- 5 ..--------............................ ..........., P resident A Jun? S3115 --------------- ..... V icefPresident r A H Dehce Earhart .,,,,,, ------------ S ect-etal-Y I-I S Dorothy Earhart ..,,,,, ,-,,,-,,,,,,----,,,-----------.------------ -------- T I' eaisurer S ADVANCED CLASS V . ., , ' P i KI, 7 if Sf: pf A Ei ' ,gp x ai , , 7 S . , ei 'W' ""'iiiii ii , li First Row--Arnold, C Johnson, Kenton, Young, Mitchell, Durham. 2 Second Row-De. Earhart, Andrews, Gravatt, Winchell, Johns, Campbell, G. Johnson, Toalson. Third Row-Leaton Sweezy, Thomas, Scott, Brickey, Do. Earhart, Sails, Lattin. if Fourth Row-Simmons, Price, L. Pruitt, Reisacker, Qhrrnundt, Reed, Nisbett, Cox, Lovelace, f N ' Hopper. " , Fifth Row-HBeemont, I. Pruitt, Stewart, Burns, Huff, lvlorse, F. Iohnson, Fisher, Gieck, Miss K Frances Taylor flnstructorj. 7' -,i - ' 'lu' ' 93 Eighty-five 'lg 9 '7 ffff S . N Y Journalzsm f The Argentian, the high school paper, is edited by the journalism classes twice a month. The members of the beginning journalism class are news reporters. They do not secure staff positions but help collect news, The secondfyear journalism stuf dents are given staff positions and are expected to put in a certain number of hours after school each six weeks to meet the requirements of that position. The editor, makefup editor, business manager and advertising manager are chosen from the third year class. - W Each class has, along with the regular journalism work, its English and literature work. The Press Club was organized five years ago for the purpose of bringing the students into closer relation with the school paper, and to stimulate interest in journalf ism. This organization is composed of the members of the journalism classes who have a required number of inches of news printed in the paper. The paper this year was awarded first place by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, Columbia University and it received an AllfAmerican rating from the National Scholastic Press Association, University of Wisconsin. An account of an interview with Senor Ortiz Rubio, president of Mexico, was judged by the University of Kansas Journalism Department the best news story printed in a high school newspaper. A A 5, 5, fb Q ' FIRST YEAR CLASS N j First Row-Cooper, Rupard, Browning, Tansey, Fuller. Second Row-Gould, Mason, Franklin, Lillich, Fisher, Christian, Wise, Loetel. Third Row-Clark, Carr, Savage, Sherry, Ash, Taylor, Mahr, Dye, Wiildman. Q Fourth Row-Wolf, Gibbs, Shores, Thornton, Woodruff, Smith, Willis, Tabberer, Suclduth. Q 'fa ' 4 , wi, lg193Qj Eighty-slx "9 9 '1 fm .S Y A I V- i if f ' ig,-3 .il N ' , 0 ,ig X Student Counted 'Qt M1 ' A . 5. S212 ,X - , if we it f I P- 'l iv P F X , I sl l i 1 Q First Row--Barton, Reed, Hagood, M. Reed, Moore, Mr. J. C. Harmon CSponsorJ, Vvieldon, I I 5 Nisbett, Ortega, Lattin. B ' Second Row-Worthington, Toalson, Earhart, Wise, Kenton, Browning, Fisher, Chrmundt. K Third Row-Vvfells, Huff, Hankins, McHenry, Young, Woods, Thomas, Haas, Marlow. i Q' Fourth Row-Foster, Clark, Merwin, Smithmier, Studdard, Campbell, Woodruff, Halcomb, Eckf gf ,K man. 5, 5, 4 X i f t , A OFFICERS UF THE STUDENT COUNCIL yi K I 7 President .................................................................................... Ivan Young 5,5 N VicefPresident .............. ............ E leanor Wise 'I fi, SecretaryfTreasurer ......... ...... V erna Chrmundt iSponsor.-.. .........,......... ........ M r. J. C. Harmon A XZ I 5 ri Pg A ?' ' ri H ' y N , The student council was organized five years ago to bring about closer cofoperaf . tion between the students and faculty so that their problems may be understood more ' clearly. Membership in the council consists of all class presidents, president of Booster , Club, president of Girls' "A" Club, president of Girls' Athletic Association, president 5' of Boys' "A" Club, editorfinfchief and business manager of the annual and of the 'Ai paper, captain of football team, captain of basket ball team, captain of track team and ,Q representatives from all secondfhour classes. 51 Ny . ff' y if 93 Eighty-seven .5 1 P 9 ev ffd GQ - X Girls? filee Cmnt 6, sl , 5 . - L, . p ,EP ff L ' S sd F3 4 u -i. is X, 2' r X 1 1 , l 1 . . First Row-Law, Simmons, Spaulding, Thomas, Reiner, Powell, Do. Earhart, T. Anderson, Mcf Kirk, McKnight. T ' Second Row-De. Earhart, Sprague, V. Anderson, Smith, Ketchum, Fisher, Morse, McGuire, .b y Reynolds, Thomas, Wgorthington. 1- Third Row-Hale, Marlow, Bird, Nagel, Spencer, Miss Mona Walter fDirectorj, Gibbs, Miles, x - ' Boice, Graham, Stronach. ' I ,K The Glee Clubs presented as the main feature of the year, a twofact operetta, I-I "The Bosn's Bride" and a Christmas Cantata, "The Song and the Star." The clubs S also participated in assembly programs during Music Week and in music contests. Boys? Giee Club F ' . X l A Xl ' .A . I f ZX l f ,I ' 1 PQI, ' ' Q 1 gi Q K I1 S XZ' Q T I x xx ' as is if ' jg a ,. A, ' ,A Y In 7 Q -- J First Row-Browning, Wells, Derrington, Moore, I. Stott, Innes, Lloyd, Brown. Second Row+Young, Weldon, Harrison, Winchell, Miss Mona Walter fDirectorj, Baker, B. , Stott, Fry, Henninger. ' 'x .. Third Row-Anderson, Maxwell, Toalson, Mitchell, Ricks, Hewitt, Hanner, Harkness, Wright 'Q fPianistj, Semon. V ' si ' is S' a P g Eighty-eight f ' Urchestras - S lx gl' Q 4 My .J . Z ' P9 an hdflf fm f tb S by 3 isa sz is Z . yd M - if is if d ' X R lx? ' I 4 , 1-, , . - 1 Qi ' 1 X fwfr' WK' . .4 g A EQ , First RoW+Knapp, Adams, W'right, Foglesong, Miss Mona Walter fDirectorj, Harrison, Mason. 3 " 1 Second Row-Stott, Lattin, Rowland, Bristow, Millert, Kerr, Childers. 1 Third Row-Lake, Baker, Smeltzer, Childers, Taylor, Kerr, Haag. g J The senior high orchestra had a membership of seventeen. It made appearances' I-Q in assembly programs, played for the Junior play, the Senior play, the operetta, the -' ' junior high school and senior high school commencements and for Music week. -4 A ig . fl ll T 2 'Ya A I1 . 5 Q, National , Honor Society ffl I , . 1. I X K X, 7 .A K., 1 .. K. Q. ,, ,Q 1 , 4 fx f S sf ,Q .- if S 7 by . ,Q Z Kg ' ssssss S First Row-Miller, Post, Daniels, McKnight, Kenton. ,' 53 Second Row-Sprague, Graham, Worthington. , bf ,N f' ' ' 'H d ' it hi h schools which have " The National Honor Society 1S recogniae 111 many C Y g n u , -A agreed upon the same standard of scholarship and similar methods of recognition for g T- ,xi the entire group of schools. Q 1 , Q, fg Fifteen per cent of the upper oneffourth of the seniors are chosen, by the entire Q. faculty, according to scholarship, service, character, and leadership virtues. ,A 193 0 , , Elghty-nlne .ZS f Campffare a M Q fu Z F ' Approximately thirty junior high school girls were members of the Campfire as ' organization this year. These were organized into two groups: the Wefelfken, mean' X " 9 9 '7 ffd nf S, , 5 , X , gli ing love and happiness, sponsored by Miss Lillian Jessup and Miss Malta Sheppardg ,I f and the Soffefha meaning love, peace and happiness, sponsored by Miss Ruth Dunf ,, ' mire, assisted by Thelma Earle. ' ,Z I X- Ml b - The purpose of campfire work is to interest the girls in outdoor recreation and 1 group work in which they strive for the ranks of Woodfgatherer, firefbuilder, and .1 4 torchfbearer. They have sold pencils, doughnuts, and candy for their money to finance , , 5' I their social functions. ' 5 Q THE OFFICERS OF THE WEfELfKEN GRoUP ' il ' President ............................ , ........................................ ,Genevieve Gallagher I Q S VicefPresident ........ ' ............ Dorothy Gross l Secretary .......... ....... M ahree Willis 1 p E Treasurer ...... ........... M ary Harmon , i l Scribe ......... ........ M able Derrington 6 i q l . l 3 a THE oFF1oERs or sofFEfHA Q, l , ' President .......................... 1 .......................................................... A gnes Stice V VicefPresident .............. ....... G ertrude Kelley A A H SecretaryfTreasurer ......... ....,.... M ildred Hultz H 5 Scribe ............................ ......... P' auline Weber 5 5 T ni X f I NX: I 9 TX ix all l if 55 y l l l .. '5 M if 4 jg a g mr I 7 First Row--Price, Mi-ss Ruth Dunmire fGuardianJ, Willard, Wheeler, Derrington, Studdard, 5 V I Davison, Church, Miss Malta Sheppard QGuardianj. ' I f -' Second Row-Barr, Willis, Haney, Clark, McDaniels, Vugn, Merwin, Harmon, Gross. , xl Third Row--Madison, Tipton, Macleod, Hattley, Dunn, Hultz, Ladenberger, McHenry, Stice. - Q Fourth ROW-Holden, Gallagher, Weber, Dargan, Mankin, Winterstein, Heeny, Jameson, Taylor. 7 Tl W , , if Q Ninety -5 - , up, Agra-aanff1wQ2f 4f'Q9l7fiC7f1f C , f i a Gzrl Reserves ig' - vf 4 F i 3 ,'J 5 xx' , W ' Q' p , ig Q P ' , First Row-M. Reed, Campbell, D. Clark, McGirk, Harrison, L. Reed, Huff, Sheppard. gs - Second Row-Keyes, Heatherton, Pruitt, Miss Letha Clewell QSponsorj, Miss Bess Wilhite . lf fSponsorj, Boice, Pruitt, Carr, Worthington. . 2 Third Row-Offut, McDonald, T. Anderson, Sachman, Ohrmundt, Jantzen, Gibbs, Ashlock, LN Burns, Savage. A Fourth Row-Shores, Marlow, Reisacker, Spencer, Phalp, Willis, Miles, Ash, Smith, Thornton. The way for the nations to rise higher and higher in development in spiritual power, in wealth, in happiness, is not by pulling each other down, but by all helping N each other up.-Elihu Root. ' X . ' ' . 1 7 ,Q-4 si 1 ll t fx ff S 5 ' .ae Ag 7 X .QA p "'- ' ' A ' If . First ROW-Harregan, M. Smith, Cox, Sprague, Do. Earhart, Reiner, Ketchum, Wise, Morse, De. ' Earhart. - g Q, Second Row-Fultz, Post, Atherton, M. Thomas, Martin, Leaton, Simmons, Ashern, Richardson, 5, r Saler. X Third Row-Bird, Durre, Schultz, Stewart, Hardine, Earl, Graham, C. Lake, A. Lake. . si' ' A A : gl 939 V V A 'V I I Nlnety-one F 9 en ffd 'S X , gg Girl Reserves gi f K 9 v I ill . lil? 2' , tl 4 J' ,i , I I ,J X - ., . E14 - X rg K 1 54 . , N. I' f N4 1 K ' I . First Row-Trueblood, Childers, Bishop, Wright, Scott, Beach, Woolard, Sirridge. . , Second Row-Hagemann, Tush, Gould, Lillich, S. Anderson, Sheny, Moberly. Q 2 i Third Row-White, Dye, L. Fisher, M. Gibbs, Franklin, Sherry, Davis, Easley, Asher, Morrison. . . Fourth Row-Sumner, Rogers, Redwine, Christian, L., Hale, V. Anderson, McGuire, Spalding, 'A f Beavers, ' ' ,X A rr 5 Art Club 5 1 . . ,gg A I1 S K i i X 4 if ,x x i l .4 - if C if i S X Q X X al 1 , S- 7 M . , ,Q First Row-Madison, Zarazua, Alvarado, Hammer, Spencer, Pacheco, Woolery, Prince. 7 Second Row-Schoonheart, Maiden, Thomas, Gillespie, Wise, Burns, Bruce, Robbins. .ii fm Third Row-Iantzen, Price, Phalp, Hankins, Miss Maud Hewitt flnstructorj, Willis, Madl, Beau' , - mont, Paine, Freeman, Ashlock. , , Fourth Row-Long, Rice, Huyck, Baker, Gunn, Boice, Gross, K. Long, Hultz, White. ' bl XX R F' if 93 Q Ninety-two , , 5 Q 5 'Q u yr 9 9 ffd 'I wg T si Debate Squad A 72 Y w X i 5 1 XL ., Xie ' eff Xx, f ,, ,K xx, ' I x ' ' First Row-Mr. C. Shankland fCoachj, Iohns, Win,chell, Lloyd, Craig, Hagood, Miller, Def 1 Leon, Rupard. ' Gi p Second Row-Post, Smith, Mitchell, Young, Daniels, Jones, Johnson. , P f Third Row-Shores, Thornton, Carr, Loetel, Cooper, Huff, Sprague, Shockley, Graham. is Qi I During two years 65 per cent of the debates have been won. This year there were f-N four teams. Those who won letters: Glenn Lloyd, Beatrice Sprague, Betty Haas, A A Marese Smith, Grace Post, Florence Carr, Ivan Young, Pauline Huff. X l 1 x, p 5-4 NN I1 s A 7, -Q g - 4 , 3 V . IA 2 7 TX X 'li' A A l First Row--Pruitt, Parkinson, Mr. Brink fCoachj, Layman, Stewart. ,, Second Row-Price, Sweezy, Willis, Huff, Ohrmundt. fe Third Row-eSavage, Wfoolard, Gould, Ashlock, Sheppard, Thornton. " The Typing Department entered four typing contests in l93O: The Every L." l' Member State Contest on March 26, the City Contest on April 5, the Pittsburg ,, Scholarship Contest on April 12, and the annual State meet, known as the open state 7 T contest on April 26. ' L 7 xv . - Ninety-three i- ff I . az .Q 74 I S . .li I'I . Typing Squad V i f x Y Af v , ' ,v " L1 n 1" x "" "' VV .I W ' . ' 1 L ll t. gf 5? Pep Club 7,4 X ' 1 lg 4 xi, f - -l iff i with A l . 1 Left-Woodruff, Cooper, Wise, E. Johnson, Brickey, Young, Arnold, Lloyd. . x Center-Payne, Miss Edith Simon CSponsorj, Hagood. " p Right-C. Iohnson, R. Lattin, L. Lattin, Harkness, G. Johnson, Buck, Wolf. - M . " X The Pep Club was organized in 1927 for the purpose of creating more enthusiasm H and interest in school activities throughout the year. ' f l The uniform for the club consists of gold colored jackets with Mmustangsv on the 'AN' left front side. ' WK gl A W Booster Club lg X 'I L . K . J X N X 1 , .Y 7, ,c , 2 Q 7 ,1 Left-Bird, Iantzen, Burns, Do. Earhart, Reiner, Wise. h X Center-Durre, Smith, Worthington. ' Right-Miss Edith Simon fSponsorj, Cox, De. Earhart, Morse, Schultz, Linton. 9 X-' The Booster Club is an organization composed of girls for the purpose of creating L f ' more enthusiasm and interest in athletics and activities of the high school. ff -Q Sixteen girls composed the membership this year: eleven seniors, four juniors, and f xx one sophomore. . ,Q The costumes were white flannel dresses and white -knit sweaters with white berets. bf if if , Ninety-fouri 5 is ' ," 9 9 '7 fff' tg, Fx Junior Play fi ,, i Z XS ,1 N F I Q ,Q is 4 .1 fi aff .- .X x , r f - x xx, 'x , 1 W, ,,,,,, , A ' First Row--Sails, Mitchell, Minnix, Gravatt, Laswell. T -A Second Row-Miss Doris Carpenter fDirectorj, Payne, Johnson, Iohns, Miss Cora Luce fSponsorj. T Sq Third Row-Easley, Burns, Reed, Leaton, Morse, Earl. ' nf X The plot of the play, "The Automatic Butler", centers around the character of l the "automatic butlerll who proves to be anything but automatic when the situation 'gg ,X grows serious with the coming of "Slick Babbitt" and his accomplice. 5 mmm camp g ' 2 wk p T 7 h A I 'Z . 1 Q 'T r u , Z ag 2 , 7 is si f f 3 7 ' -M ' , S. A C1 , D ' 1 , P , Jones, Fuller, Wise, Cates. RQ giinlilofyow-Egygllstera Ray?-irdljqi, Brgdivlfeni AsEliinTansey, Miss Myrtle McCormick CSponsorJ, Lusk, Q A Miller. A '- -..S' 1 ,M ,M.Wll,Lk ,Easter. " 'lTo1ulrE:lhRl2ovw--lllflgrfstdjlile, Bfdlxfne, Sheerrif, Laanedon, Cravatt, Conrad, I. Clark, Frye, Mahr. 'Ai X Fifth Row-Shores, Savage, Gibbs, Thornton, Carr, Culp, Berry, Hills, Sudduth, Rose. ,f I .J The Latin Club is open to students of firstland secondfyear Latin classes. Its if purpose is to stimulate interest in the study of Latin and early Roman life. 2 N l Ninety-five 3 2 Q-Qesefewi-sff QmvffSKA"9e'?f'a'7f lg I 4 I 72' A I N ' I Q Argentine Activities Association y ff X. ' ml , 4 ,B ., . MMM I 1 I 3 THE ARGENTINE ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION I if Argentine's Civic Crganization, interested in the promotion of the civic and is physical development of the community and its suburban territory. I A' I I A H ALWAYS ACTIVE H gf in the promotion of the development and growth of - 4 N i 3 ARGENTINEHIGH soHooL Z and pleased to assist this school in the promotion of its many V Q I I X f 4 soHooL PROJECTS 7 2 I OFFICERS President ................ ............................. ..,,,... E , W, Wells H , VicefPresident ........... ...................... ......... L l oyd E, Hoke SecretaryfTreasurer ...... ,,,,,,,, J ohn Blake h Q 1 7 ' 15' S I Q' - ff 930 Ninety-slx I A A f' 9 9 '7 f' 0 . ,Z S- O O T U Parent-Teacher Assocwztzon 'Z fi I Last year the ParentfTeacher Association decided to earn all money for its activif L f f 1 ties before school started so that it would not have to raise any during the year. All ' money was to be put on a budget basis. W? , . C P kThe plan was carried out when from August 16f1'7 it held a carnival at Emerson 5, '- ar . W W .A K Nx. f l I l 1 ' Q' . , -5 7 K 'AT I'I i H 5 1 MRS. W. E. BISHOP XS, President d gp , 2 'K The amount netted at this carnival was one hundred fortyfeight dollars. 2 On the budget system one hundred fortyffour dollars was spent for many benef jg ' fioial purposes. A by . I f fi 7,3 ai THE oFF1oERs OF 192960 91 vi X President ---.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, .. ....,..,................. 7.MfS. E. BiSl1Op Z V First VicefPresident ........... .-.-...- M IS- W. W. Dortch 1 Second VicefPresident ......... .......--.-.--- E - A- Moody 5 Secretary ---,,---,,--,,-,---,,,,,,-,. ,,..... M rs. Dean Tipton Tfeasufgf ------ .......... M I'S. HOOVCI ' A THE OFFICERS GF 193061 ' XY president -.----'----M.---,,--,---,--, ,--,,--,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,............ M r s. T. R. Hoover 4 Q First VicefPresident .......... ----------------- F -5- HQOVCY A Second Vicefljresident .....---- ----------- M fs- Dean T1Pt0n E 5, Treasurer ----I---.----n------,--- ....... M rs. W .C. Gallagher 'Q Secretary ---- i ------ -'-- ........,..... M r s. G. B. Thomas f Historian -----.---- ......,.. M rs. M. E. Helmreioh -1 ki , ' .ag 2 r - ll 9301 M. W ff' W J'-flf-'flTZf4fQ N inety-seven i2waw fQKA PQ '7 ffd . Calendar SEPTEMBER: School opened again with large enrollment. A Tenfcentsfafweek plan adopted to finance activities. Alfred Kenton was chosen as editorfinfchief of the school paper with Gracc Thomas as business manager. V Cafeteria opened. School library opened with one hundred new books. Thirtyffive men answered the gridiron call. Charles Weldon was chosen captain. Approximately 175 persons attended the Parentffeacher Association "getftof gether" party. New members of the Girls' "A" Club were initiated at a steak fry. ' Girl Reserves held a steak fry and snake dance. Students chose home room chairmen. Evelyn Nisbett elected president of the Press Club at the first meeting. OCTOBER: Boys' "A" Club held first meeting. Charles Weldon elected president. Benjamin Stott, Marese Smith and Orlow Harrison were chosen as 'cheer leaders. Leavenworth Eagles defeated Argentine Mustangs 12fO in the first game of the season. I Dorothy Earhart was elected president of Girls' Athletic'Association. Parent, Teacher Association held the first meeting of the year. Music students attended United States Marine Band concert. Firemen visited school in interest of Eire Prevention Week. Girls' Glee Club chose uniforms. Kenneth Hagood was unanimously elected president of the senior class. Senior rings were ordered. Sixtlyffour junior high school students received diplomas for Vacation Reading Clu . . The Mustangs held the Bulldogs to a 0fO tie. Kenneth Woods chosen to lead freshman class through year. First Student Council meeting of the year was held. Ivan Young was elected president. Eighth grade elected Margaret Foster as president. Glee clubs made first appearance before student body. NOVEMBER: ParentfTeacher Association sponsored Fathers' Night. The LofHifPa Campfire group was organizedwith Doretha Mankin president and Miss Ruth Dunmire guardian. A lvgts Lura Middaugh, a court reporter, gave the first of a series of vocational ta s. Argentine gridiron warriors defeated the Shawnee Mission Indians by a 6f0 score. . Press Club breakfasted at Swope Park. . Annual staff was chosen with Evelyn Nisbett as editor and Vincent Toalson business manager. Armistice Day program was given. Thomas Finigan was the speaker. Picture show presented by Boys' "A" Club to finance "A" Club banquet. ' About fifty students attended the LawrencefArgentine football game at Lawrence Seventh grade chose Dick Halcomb to pilot the class through the year. The dramatics class presented a second of a series of plays. Girl Reserves sponsored a party at Dr. Clopper's hospital. I cf' 9 9 '7 fm nf ' 1.3 ' I ' 3 D X 28. Argen't71rr:e lglustangs defeated the Rosedale Wildcats in the annual Turkey Day A q p game o . x - S ' 30 Latin Club elected Betty Haas president. Z X Y f I A DECEMBER: X 2. Announcement made of plans to show a series of educational films. L , 2 3. M. A. Wolfe, secretary of the railroad Y. M. C. A., showed slides of the Carlsf y , bad Caverns in assembly. X' S' 4. Walt Filkin, the JournalfPost poet, made his annual visit to school. M2 5. Thirty to forty men, including four letter men, reported for first basket ball 514 , practice. Norval Moore was chosen to lead court cagers through the season. 10. A physical examination was given to the boys' gymnasium classes by E. M. Wg Bellas and assistants of Kansas University. .sn f 13. Annual football banquet was held. John Innes was chosen football captain for 5 next year. ' '- NXT 15. The combined Glee Clubs presented the cantata, "The Song and the Star." f A ' 17. Aviation was announced as theme of the yearfbook. , ' 18. Mr. C. T. Caywood gave a vocational guidance talk on engineering. 2 i X". 19. Argentine won first game of basket ball season from Excelsior Springs by a l' , il score of 30 to 11. ' , 20. School dismissed until next year. A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. 1 i f N JANUARY: If 1' A 9. M. E. Pearson, Superintendent, dismissed school before noon because of the 1 heavy snow storms. V 5 15. Debate season opened with debates between Argentine and Atchison and Argenf -. -' 1 I tine and Lawrence. A f 17. Bulldogs defeated the Mustangs 18 to 9. 1 18. School board approved plans for new gymnasium. ' 24. Argentine lost to Rosedale by one point, 14 to 13. A 'K 28. Changes were made in high school courses for the second semester. A 29. The junior class presented its annual play, "The Automatic Butler". H 30. Junior play was repeated. H X511 FEBRUARY: , Q X 3. Kansas University students presented a goftofcollege program. it X 6. Open House was held. 17. Dean Hattie Moore Mitchell, of Pittsburg Teachers' College, spoke before Girl i X - l Reserves body. I 2 18. Annual MotherfDaughter banquetwas sponsored by Girl Reserves. K : .5 - 19. Press Club presented "Cinderella from Hong KOI1g,,'1H assembly. Q- MARCH: ' , 5. Members of National Honor Society were announced. f if 6. Operetta, "The Bo'sn's Bride", was given. f Q . Operetta repeated. P 7 14 Glen Lloyd, Beatrice Sprague and Eeeny Mitchell won first, second and third, Kf: . . . f respectively, in the tryouts for the Oratorical Contest. I ' Q , ' APRIL: 5 H. is , . Glee Clubs went to Lawrence for the music contest. H h ,ff 12. Oratorical Contest. Glen Lloyd represented Argentine and Rosedale. l 7 S 16. The Dramatics classes presented three onefact plays. Proceeds went to the piano H . ' fund. 21. Music Week. p - MAY: 5 A ix X ss - 9' 9 8. Senior play, Blind Dates , was presented. . ' ,, 9. Senior play repeated. 55, 16. JuniorfSenior Banquet. 'Ll . 23. Second Open House was held. f A 27. Senior High Commencement. g .1 29, Junior High Commencement. ,, l-Xi 30, Boys' "A" Club banquet. 2 ,N 1 . A A st ' A L in .,g,O?eg.iA wa naw snug m.:.. . fr L193oJ f 'R A Ninety-nine 4 X 55fawfQm .wV5KAr9enf'awWH sg - - - F- 51? f ly Argentine Backers FQ V' A-5 Cleaners and Dyers Industrial State Bank 1 E Anchor Hardware Store Kansan N U NO' 3 Kansas City Advertiser A Argentine Activities Associ- Kansas City, Structural Steel its ation ' C0, fx Argentine Coal Co. La Grange, A. J, 3 Argentine Meat Market Mace 81 Reynolds Badger Lumber Co. Mahr Transfer Co. QR Batten and Smith Barber McGeorge's Pharmacy Shop I Me er's Ice Cream H C10PPe1'v Dr' D' E' Newilin Motor Co. Commercial National Bank Paxton Lumber CO, X Co-Operative Press, The Pennsylvania Car CO, g Davidson Motor Co. Pershing Theatre, The I First State Bank, The Rawles, J. C. 81 Co. Fisher, Dr. L. S. Shaw Motor Co. ' Fleming Drug Store Simmons, G. W. 81 Son SQ Fulton Funeral Home Tibbs Book St0I'C 1 George Rushton Bakery Co. Velma, Ruth 5011001 X Glanville-Smith Furniture Westland Studio N C0- White's Grocery T Greer's Grocery Woodruff Motor Co. Haas, Dr. K. C. Wyandotte County Gas Co. Hewitt's Hardware Young's Department Store it -S am, One Hundred 1 V1 4 I lv rg en H21 bg ' s ss - 1 xx, . .1 fx' "Gln hr Amhiiinunia tu Arhirmf' f 151251: Mishra in ihe s Svrmurn nf 15311 ' KX E . , L 0 o . A I'I 5, . X . X s . fi 4 se if xi s 1 il 1 5 f I Q51 x ' I I . A H S xf 'R Y 5 if J Ig sm, . I MACE Sl REYNULDS Jewelry and Clothing 3010 St g A enue Kansas City, Kansas s s 55 93 ggyfw I4 'ArQenflamw?? Zl sa 3 Pg PS 'I'E E L I ai P THE PERFECT BUILDING IVIATERIAL f i I I OFFICE BUILDINGS A El INDUSTRIAL PLANTS I , BRIDGES 4 STANDARD STEEL BUILDINGS 5 I , POWER HOUSES S fe OIL STORAGE .TANKS flfi PLATE CONSTRUCTION A Q 5 t REPINERY EQUIPMENT Q I MINE AND SMELTER BUILDINGS 5 RADIO TOWERS . fy fb AIRPORT HANGARS' A I kt , 1 it fa sf 5, ,fs Q 5 5 0 f A I 2 Q Kansas Clty Structural Steel CO. X Kansas City, Kansas ' If li 7 5' One Hund rgee '7 fid S x- - N' - ' Ta the High School Stadenis it f S 3 I . QP 5 Z I 4 H ' 1 xx. 6 f of Kansas City Kansas f ' 10 - 15 years Erom now you will r N be "running" Kansas City Kan- f sasi V ' 1 sl Be as loyal to your eity as you are to your High School. K u Spend your money in Kansas fi . . Know your city . . Boost your ff Q, city. K e Q N n Kansas City Kansas will grows Q in accordance with the "stuff" ig 3 her future citizens are made of. at ' 3 X THE Only Newspaper Circu- s lated in This City Solely 'and Unconditionallhv Commit- " ted to the Community's Inter- ests. Q o v Q THE KANSAS CITY KANSAN If gl 5' 5' L if ' 'One Hundred Three 'W 9 GH ffd Q SQ lb Q Z 5 ji I bg 5 715251 minima anh 1 X Qlnngraliulzttinnz A i to A IHEII Ctrahmttva gl s 14' xf A i I 6 I R ' - I Z - 5 . ig I 5 55 .Q A fx y ' ,A Q 7 5 A u ,xi Argentine Activities Association f 3 'A it it A F' 6 wi A fx L1 One Hundred Four N- S, Spf Y , K II Q R I A K I W Kdrgenfidlif XS sl 1 J 4 , h I h . W 45' I jx 'XZ A A41 '. sg VELMA RUTH seH00L i . 'f 4 4 .I XZ . 5,1 PE, Q .1 5. Xx k A A W D+ . 'V 4 .- A A f :Q . If , 'I X I ? . all .- . . , L X ' 55 A H S 2 9, Q, E I X I 7' A f ' , 'R . . xi - Q Announelng 76 S, A Six Week Summer Course Beginning June 2. , Work suitable for boys and girls of any age. BALLET BALLROOM PHYSICAL CULTURE X4 TAP BABY CLASS COMBINATION CLASS ACROBATIC EXPRESSION MUSICAL COMEDY SINGING x Ai ENROLL New ff Call Argentine 0493 2611 Strong Avenue - xii A 1 Til? i 7 , 2 5 One Hundred Five .fi if F 9 9 '7 ffd 1l- 'i5 i 1 ir ' V1 'I xx, ' X ' .,A 56 jk sb T i 42 s Z . . . w f- Do you wish in buslness to take a part? E 'f f I And haven't the money with which to start, Then keep a level head and a happy heart, , ' 4 it AND SAVE: yi, X 4 ls the University your goal next year, Or do you wish to marry one near and dear? N E I And the absence of cash causes doubt and fear, iw THEN SAVE: y 2 After the saving habit is formed, n1y friend, '51 You will know much better how to spend. in 0 E y Q4 KK Then your assistance you canlend H So others may learn to SAVE: 5 fl , XX Now one thing more I wish to say: As you deposityour savings day by day, fy Tl-IE FIRST STATE BANKS will gladly pay ' INTEREST on an you SAVE! T . 75 "Y A T I THE 0LD RELIABLE T FIRST STATE BANK FY Q 5-K Forty-One Years of Friendly Service ff, One Hundred Slx A Q I 'A"9e'7f'anf ?w-aff if fr 3 5 if I X 1 C r 5 f QE C lb 1 Przde of 15 l 0 ,rl fg, Possession 4 yi? . 'L You will take a real pride in the smart ,W style, fresh, new beauty of the Ford, just f ', as you will find an ever-growing satisfac- tion in its alert, capable performance. 1 From the new, deep radiator to the , tip of the curving rear fender there is S , F an unbroken sweep of line-a flowing f tl fn grace of contour a11d harmony of color ' f heretofore thought possible only 'in an S I- - expensive automobile. A At today's low prices the new Ford is A H an outstanding value, for it combines H S everything you want or need in a motor 5 car . . . beauty . . . safety . . . comfort . . . X speed . . . power . . . quick acceleration y R F . . . ease ofcontrol . . . economy . . . relia- y in bility and long life. I wg FY 35435 up, f. o. b. Detroit 71 if 3, 3 J Call or telephone Q x I S' y for a demonstration BQ 1 f X 7 . c Newhn Motor Company of M ff A 4th and Minnesota Avenue Drexel 1917 I Q fi , e 19311 One Hundred Seven X, rg en ha 3, a t i t 7 1 32 This carries a wish of love and good cheer, R Straight from the heart, very sincere. ' FQ 4 X f I , Glnngrainlaiinnn i 5 In the 0112155 IH?-II I Q QT I I A H s I H 5, 5, fb I I 3 if yi LQ I .S it si I ' 71 I 1 I , ' I A. J. LaGrange Dry Goods, Shoes QW I N I 3008 Strong Avenue N Kansas City, Kansas ' 'Q , - - ,j 7 s" I 6 0, One Hundred Eight ' 3 I I THE CO-OPERATIVE PRESS X 52 I I . ' - 4 'F A f' 9 9 H67 ' YS! 'Ii TX A X S, f 2 I I x F ' ff ' K.: .1 ff? The GILCREST PRINTING 8: PUBLISHING COMPANY 74 N 1 I I Commercial Printing 'n f "As You Like It" I I t 5 OFFICE SUPPLIES Q5 ,I LOOSE-LEAF FORMS E A 111 5652 H S Eg 33 El X K fl I ,L 2 if "J I V'-' f 7, I xl S I f ix S , . as S 2 3610 ARGENTINE BOULEVARD Phone, Argentine 04-51 ' NQ 7 ai 5 ?' Sf 4 M I One Hundred Nine KA " 9 9 '7 ffff h ' -" ' h H h si 3 'Q Q Glnngratulattnnn A gv N emi! Emi izihvz 1 rf 1 1 . g . .x M, ., , 4 - e ave , ' - M V' if - VK 'E ' E' Y I Sf N Z X h J 4 I ei I , as e fx X , I el S 'Q The Pershing Theatre bl 5. , e 2712 Strong Avenue Fred Meyn, Manager 'E K . 'N' V f dl 93Q Dne Hundred Ten 5 1 M- 1" 9 en ffd , 1 1 51 E 1 fling Hum' if llighvnt Amhiiinnn f Er iKPEI1i5'Ph 1 1 PEI 1 9 o A 1 ' L5 f . 1 A TY H 1 1 I1 Q ' 5 'iw F rr I x 1 2 '- f A XX ff . . 71 1 1 BX f ' J.C. RAWLES sl Co. ' ' Druggists The REXALL Stores XX . k Q 2615 Strong Avenue , A+ N 3418 st g A 3118 st g A u 1 1 Q bf 5, ' ' if A One, HU.l1dredEIeven " 9 9 ffe S: s' ' " " M " """' ' ""' """""' QP S. s are as X Congratulationss if K0 ' gg e 1930 Graduates if I X . 5 I TQ s I f f n x X ' I , I 7 X . ,A , X N I Q i 9' N, s iQ 7 N s if 14 A FRIEND E R 7 2 45 One Hundred Twelve Best Wishes and 3 sf' Q 917 fic? fig Q Q 1 ' ' Z 7 . . , 7 Sf V1C'f0f10US1Y Proved 1n performance, economy and value' ' lx I a 1 I f Q 4 .. , g Z . 1 we K Essex Challenger H I1 LOCAL RECORDS 5, L Q Speed-79 miles per hour! Try it yourself! X n n if X ' and Prospect hill in high gear. g X Reliability-Up Argentine 22nd street hill in high gear- ! topping the hill going 16 miles per hour. Up Barnett . Ku . l Acceleration-5 to 74 miles per hour in 30 secondsg 5 to 50 gf miles per hour in 20 secondsg 5 to 35 miles per hour 'ff P X in 11 seconds. L f Z1 I - Economy-25,000 miles on one set of tires! 24-.2 miles on a gallon of gasoline! A ' 1 Q 2 S Davidson Brothers -. Zz ix Q Motor Company 9 ,E A. VVS 709 North 7th Street Drexel 3370 f SQ fl 7. f 5 .2 it so 5 e ,, 5, 0 is . Q QQQQJ . One Hundred Thirteen Qenfi L" W 0 , ww f as ,xi , . I - a 5 ,gf ' N 0 he rf l l l 'f 'QQ A 0 0 7' COMPLIMENTS OF " Xe A sf ' 0 iff Lv The George Rushton Baking Co. , f ' 1 X A Kansas City, Kansas, Institution A X 1 '6I . 9 5 ' - l I I ' 4 K T K I1 H ,St 5 P2 x f xi 0 SA .Q ' If BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '30 xx axe ' 2: as 9 ' ef l' 881' S ' X . 2 eg GR0CERIES2i , if M 66600415 That Satisfyv es S 2 bl 0 if -I 1504 Woodland Blvd. Phone, Allgentine 0901 ui sg, , , Q 2 sf E Q 7 . ,One H undred Fourteen d 1 -x. ,. ef' 9 9 '7 ffd KV Q - I . , . .,,,,. ,. , e 7? ig 55 Q5 Hi .lg NIA 1 9 I Q or i eeie 21 if ARGENTINE COAL COMPANY A ' ' WM. STIRLING, Prop. . 1 CoAL, FEED AND GRAVEL Phone, Argentine 0600 2013 Metropolitan Avenue 5 if .ff F lemmg Drug Store , X . A. G. FLEMING, Prop. A if A 7.7 TVVENTY-FIRST AND RUBY 9 20 ,ff Xi 2 Try the Drug Store First r al ff H, Free Delivery Phone, Argentine 0242 - V fg 7 rs 1 A if One Hundred Fifteen ve x- -. X 011 , ,fQw 5KArgenfidwEHm " .. 0. ., S. ., ,. . . ,v,. ,S S, ,L - , .0 S, A , ,Sf Real Drug Store Service atYour Door if 0 Phone, Argentine 0031 ,, yf MCGEORGES 9? PHARMACY Q PREsoR1PT1oNs COMPOUNDED W f 0 A Full Line of School S ppl' S. A 22nd and Metropolitan Ave. I Kansas City, Kansas VX 1 ' TY H T H Le Q w, ndustrial State Bank I f r W X4- 32ND STREET AND STRONG AVENLE I STRONG enough to protect you Q A LARGE enough to serve you SMALL enough to know you I Try Us , L Q 7 Ng CAPITAL AND SURPLUS - - - 360,000.00 i Q 7 mf 0 A One Hundred Sixteen V " 9 W1 f' C7 e sf 2 . Sf! gx 4 Compliments of , V 7 'Z Mahr Transfer Company gf ' LY? ' I X - T' Moving - - Packing ' A Shipping - - Storage gl x - f i 2703 Strong Ave. Phone, Afigentine 0797 A l A EI 'E 7 e S . X 7 Commerclal , , A ' g National if f Bank S ,ix f S Under United States Government Supervision S I, x , ? Your Patronage Invited eg 9 ,E , Q 6th and Minnesota Ave. it gf ag I I - N 6 Q 5 93 " V f 'Jne Hundred Seventeen W 9 W1 HJC I R ,4 I FS ' Congratulations and Best Wishes f .yd . - 311 Z 3 , SP Z 'S xi 'f "Better Cleaning " M' xg A-5 Cleaners 81 Dyers f WE OWN AND OPERATE OUR OWN -A CLEANING PLANT El Telephone, Argentine 0834 I if 3109 sTR0N0 AVE. KANSAS CITY, KANS. A A WK- i Sf A 3 sg A A A t' M M k 6 ,V A rgen 1ne eat ar et A AQ CHAS. E. SMITH 2 it A Fresh and Salt Meats 'X F ig ' A ' 3005 sTRoNG AVENUE A .- - .6 At if, ' TELEPHONES ARGENFIINE 0895 AND 0896 .- ' I V T 1 4 A A 1' A A 'L 93 One Hundred Eighteen , f A rp. All 7 A 1. 4 5 fQwmwmwxwmQwd4Zr enna XE -in New e ' fi if A Qi i nf ii Helen Reed. H- 'Z g EE f' A s e sg2ga:s:z:a:s ' - Z . loves the Dllgllldl ff F QE A 3 xi REG'U'S-PAT'OFF- K I CGIICIYBHI' i 5311: 1 M - .n if 1 i Y' 'WIHPPUW is datoql gl, 'X W, 'K I'I 4 LQEVEMPM. H Q, - - s Q If 2 X nCAMPBEI,I, I, KE fi f I fg ow Open . f i 1 Swimming Boating Dancing Fishing XQ ?f An Ideal Place for Picnicking i Mi Q 'R The Lake Is Fed By Springs and an Artesian Well. ix. if? ' I Bmeball Field and Tennis Courts Now Under Construction. N i it X 1 Q' gf" if i if i L1 93 0,1 One Hundred Nineteen P 9 een Ha Q 1 FOR SAFETY-TIE T0 ANCHUR QUALITY B. P. S. PAINTS AND VARNISH -:- GLASS ANCHOR HARDWARE STORE No. 8 Argentine 0748 Monahan 81 Grimm 3416 STRONG AVENUE 1 PHONE - ARGENTINE 0572 BADGER LUMBER ...CO... 559' ' ARGEN TIN E, KANSAS M EYER'S' ICE CREAM A Delicious Treat MEYER SANITARY MILK A COMPANY TELEPHONE, DREXEL 2196 Compliments of KANSAS CITY ADVERTISER Printing and Advertising 3115 STRONG AVENUE KANSAS CITY, KANSAS R I V e un re wen y d I .1 ' " 'V ' ' 'VS Qizflr 6 ff Yi 4 gm i fx A 73 Picture Frames Made , KANSAS CITY, KANSAS' Q to Order DOMINANT STORE ' ' 1 ' A F A Always the Newest in 'f T. Quality Merehandise at the Best Prlces yi STATIONERY - BOOKS A D M and SCHOOL SUPPLIES It Will Pay You f 'B' A b to Shop a't I' f f 1 .J ' A-777: r 'V ff, 57-if 7., ,T A A f Mfaf7AMf J , T TELEPHONE 1 V25 DRAXA1 0155 "' - 526-528 Minnesota Ave. t We Give and Redeem , A ' 604 MINNESOTA AVENUE SURETY COUPONS . , KANSAS, CITY, KANSAS Tw I I gl 1 I I 2,5 Q5 A H Q 58 2 5 ,K Drexel 2665 ' Free Delivery A I Y, -Q - ' , H Te - LS! , g f COMPLIMENTS CONGRATULATIONS if 5 OF AND A 5 'F BEST WISHES F ii' ! V C. A. WHITE THE CLASS OF 1930 ' GROCERIES A I 4 S AND MEATS A A gg ,A S 7' A ,XS ASFRIEND 7, 2617 STRONG AVENUE T ' PHONE - ARGENTINE 0590 li, xg V tl i-2 if Y: --H e i l 1930 One Hundred Twenty-one x 'l 9 9 H ffd 7 x F S Decker Washers -I and X.. 2 Bee-Vac Electric X' X Q Sweepers lx We Sell on Terms xx HARRY HEWITT 1 . DURANT Lowest Price Quality Six in America The Durant 6-14 is Powerful, Stylish and Challenges, part for part, feature for feature, any car selling within 85500.00 of its selling price. Available in one other model: lx The 6-17, with four speeds for- , HARDWARE ward- fv 3 Argentine 0800 ' . 2105 Silver Avenue it X Kansas City, Kansas CO' 3508-10 STRONG AVENUE A ' A A SI t X X' Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1930 , it 54 Batten 81 Smith S Barber Shop I BEST WISHES T0 THE GRADUATES A A OF 1930 73 A ' M ' S I SQ ,X-I 3406 STRONG AVENUE f Q KANSAS CITY, KANSAS ' A s. w. summons at sun 1 Q1 A if 9iP am-w One Hundred Twenty-two I SAAA AAAAAAAaf2fQQHHHHFTAAAAAAAAAAAT bi 4 A Vg if TELEPHONE, HARRISON 2789 S4 ts Ti WESTLAND THETSASS QQQSTUDIGQQQ A ,PHOTOGRAPHERS 1930 Wg. All Classes of W Portraits 1120 WALNUT STREET GlanYllle'Smlth KANSAS CITY g 2 g Mo. Fllfllltllfe CO, if ' T H Q, T Congratulations and Best AZ Wishes to the Graduates f E w I ., of 1930 NX it R A Funeral Home FULTON , X X S Eighteenth and Washingto Boulevard 4? 2252 0 9 ' ff an 5. lx A DRexel 4964 ix, Q A SHAW MUTUH GUMPANY XT A 414 MINNESOTA AVENUE 'Q J The home distinguished by the PHONE' DREXEL 0043 XQ added service it renders. A X One H und red Twenty-th xwwcwnfwwvdirgenfiamm v S I ? 1 N f Reduced Gas Rates BEST WISHES for House Heating T0 THE Now in Effect GRADUATES OF 1930 FRANK PAXTON THE LUMBER CO- WYANDOTTE COUNTY . ,GAS COMPANY Pennsylvania Congratulations Car Company and Best Wishes to the Class of 1930. Compliments of Dr. K. C. Haas Freight Cars BUILT REBUILT REPAIRED INCLUDING TANK CARS HEAVY PRESSING ARGENTINE STATION KANSAS CITY, KANS. A gm O Hundre T ' ' our H d wenty f geaea gw A"9enfif7'7f .1 -mini is u n-1-1 i X. Wt . 7 . o. F. CJACKJ SMITH 1. s , Z - Tailor Made Clothing mith hirt f y, h o p ' Menas and Boys' XQ Furnishings and Ladies' Hosiery l r 3405 STRONG AVENUE . P. 1 . Th e Old Homestead Golf Course V . TELEPHONE ARGENTINE 0372 24th and STEELE ROAD KANSAS CITY, KANSAS KANSAS CITY, KANSAS TI J l'I Q g Paul Shemvs Ram X l X. ' by Shortfellow 45 Listen now, students, and you shall hear Of the hundredfyard run of Paul Shear pf S Who doesn't remember R He said to Innes, "If Rosedale does start if By right end or left to make a dart Signal to me and I shall be Cn the twentyfeighth. of November, in twentyfnine - Hardly a man in the city can you find that famous time. Then he said, "Bye bye", and bided the hour When the dark cloud of battle was slated to lower. It finally came, and a huge crowd assembled Ready to speed and score for thee." That did so much shouting the stadium trembled. QU Meanwhile impatient to catch the ball S Q .All combed and groomed, handsome and tall, S On the Mustang team waited Paul Shear. Now gazed at the landscape both far and nearg Now impetuously stamped the ground And tightened and turned his head gear 'round But chiefly awaited with his ear eager AM The hopedffor signal of the leader. as ,. lt came at length like a lightning flash, X. But he was ready to make the dash. S There was a hurry of feet on the field of sleet, me A shape of a quarter back, a bulk in the dark f And beneath by Shear's feet was a spark hi Struck out in his run, fearless and fleet. N You know the rest. In papers you read How the Rosedale regulars punted and fledg How Argentine traded them ball for ball From behind each yard line, goal post and w You well remember this famous time. I The last of the season of '29, all. .3 f. Z ff 95 .1 iff I ' 1 f I I . Ti H Q 52 I 2 5 Y 2 1 QL. af I . ,A 7 ,E .J A 7 'hi af' - fx Ligand One H undred Twenty-flve pf' A W - g y, ' 'l' " i' ' 'H i' ll i ' li si' 1.2 53 L fl Z SP l 1 -' L f I N - ' I 1 ' - S' XZ PQ yi 1 S J CERTAINLY ' ' 'Q N SOUTHWESTERN I ENGRAVIQNG COMPANY - N FORT WORTH , A ' A p D A L L A s A , I U H O U s T O N 1 . 3 E B E A U MO N T f WICHITA FALLS . A ,X A M A R 1 LL O j L T U L s A A T L A N T A A Vg M A c O N I is S ' Xs 54 5 ff Y NX A Q ' A AQ A SQ ff N Q, 53 7 k I l ln Iii: L! if A O,,T 1 One Hundred' Twenty-six X - . X- ', Ex 5 'Y t Uxs 1, 1. ' ' sl .2 QF , T 4 'Eg From the Press of . ' X . 3. , W ff 1 S Q , N F ratchet Printing ' Company f fi g A 'K H PHONE VICTOR f' S 5 1 7 S S V 7 SQ S S 7 VX 408-10 ADMIRAL BOULEVARD KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI :- 7 5. Qf gf' S , if 93 0 One H undred Twenty-seven r t c Index 1 fa 'Q 9 en N5 W 1 A , iii 5 3 f U. 'rl . gli-5 f "A" Club, Boys' .............. ....................... ...... 6 S N . SA" Club, Girls' ................. ...... 7 8 " 5 Airplane Trip ...................... ...... 5 S Y wi Airplane View of School ....... ...... 7 9 'l Administration .................. ...... 1 3 4 ' S Advertising .................... ...... 1 oo ' Annual Staff ........ .... .......... ..... . 8 4 , bc' Archery """"' 7"i't """"""" 1"'i """"' """ 8 0 ' I it 'Q Argentine Activities Association ........ ...... 9 6 'VL ' 4. Art Club ............................................... ...... 9 2 . - Auditorium .............................................. ...... 9 NN Basket Ball Acting Captain ...................... ...... 7 O ' A Basket Ball Senior High, First Squad ........... ...... 7 O A f. Basket Ball Senior High, Second Squad ....... ...... 7 1 - l N Basket Ball, Leltlter Men .............................. ...... 7 2 7 Basket Ball, Sc edule ................................ ...... 7 4 ' 1 Basket Ball, Junior High ..... ....., 7 3 ? ' l X Basket Ball, Girls' ............. ...... 8 0 1 . Booster Club .................. 94 Calendar ........... ...,.. 9 8 L 'A f Campfire ........... ...,,.,,. 9 0 I' ' Cheer Leaders ,.....,...,,, 66 Si ' Classes ............ .......... 2343 j Coaches .................... ......... 6 6 '55 Contents ...................... ,..... 5 , - Cross Word Puzzle ....... ...... 6 O E1 K- Debate Squad .......... 93 Dedication ..,,........ 6 I-I Faculty .............. l7f2O H Features ....................... .,,,,, 5' 1 S Football, Captain ............ 64 S 51 Football, Captainfelect ........ 65 Nf Si' Football Squad ................... 64f65' 4 Football, Letter Men .......... 67 . f Foreword ........................ 4 3 X l Girl Reserves .................. 91f92 2 l Glee Club, Boys, ................... 88 W Glee oiub, Girls' ...................... ss at ' Harmon, I. C., Principal .............. 16 f A gournalism glass, Advanced ......,. 85 ,. . ournaism ass, Beginning .......... 86 ' 9 Junior Play Cast .......................,.... 95 ' 5 xf Kodaks ............................ .. ..... 54,56 fd IL.Zt1n Q-Club .......................... ,,,.,,,,, 9 5 ' ay ueen ........................... 53 National Honor Societ ......... 89 5 Y . x Orchestras ............................. 89 " Organizations ...................... , ..,.,,. R1 ,iq Parentffeacher Association .. .....,.... 97 A x 113earstcjIi,bM. E., Superintendent ......,, ,,.,,, 1 4 I w ep u ................................. .. ...........,,,,., .,,,,.,-- 9 4 ' S Publications .......................,......,....,,,.,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,----- 3 4,86 7 X gclhlagle, FHL., Assistant Superintendent ,,.,,,. ,,...,-.- 1 5 ' l 4, c oo Bui ing ................,.,,, . .,.,,.,,,, Q ,,,,,,,, ,---,-.- - 3 School Songs ....... ..,,., --..----,,-. 4 4 -, Senior Class ,.,,......... --------. 2 3,31 V 'Ny Student Council ...... ----------p- 3 7 ' Student Roll ................ .-------- 4 5,50 f Theme ............................ -.------- 4 .. 6 ix., Track, Senior High ......., .----- 7 6 :ie . Typing Team ........,.,,... ------ 9 3 ' -' ip Volley Ball, Girls' ....... -----. 7 9 'iq ,ia ' gi .One Hundred Twenty-eight ,-., 3. 'rf .4 ,K-M ' -LW , 1- ,--f, V, . , ,L ,fy i ., 1' W? nf ZS," F, t Y 1.1, ,Q 'A' ' g I fu we - 1 ' Q ' x- , ' V gk p' -' F N 1 . ' ,Li - Z , V J .. t . f ,- 5 'I' ,-. 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