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

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f ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL t ■ • MARYE RUTH WEBSTER The Editor RAYMOND BURGER The Business Manager s£c-' SK X -ir-istA- ’ '6a ,J sy -d£ y C] V —v',-' - - CsJ ( ££L CONTENTS Administration Classes Activities and Organizations Athletics Four FiveSixADMINISTRATION-s ArgentiarC PRINCIPAL J. C. HARMON Vw'v TenKArgentiarC FACUL' Miss Luce, Miss Wrign .H Mr. Lonborg, Miss Walter, Miss Luce, History, Geometry; Mk Wright, Pianist; Mr. ucholvhftf; Science; Miss Jessup, Geography, History; Mr. Lonborg, GeneraN-ocience j Coach; Miss Walter, Music Instructor;( liss Simon, Mathematics; Mr. Swendt r tory. Vocations. Miss Cole, Mr. Brink, Mr. Timmins, Miss Plumb, Miss Wilhite, Mr. Richards, Miss Taylor. Miss Cole, Clothing; Mr. Brink, Typewriting, Shorthand; Miss Plumb, Foods; Mr. Timmins, History; Miss Wilhite, English; Mr. Richards, Woodwork; Miss Taylor, Journalism, English. ElevenFACULTY [iss Dunrairc, Miss Danncbcrg, Mr. Brown rliss Clcwcll, Miss Carpenter, Mr. Davis. Mr. Shankland, Civics, Speech Coach; Miss Dunmire, Physical Education; Miss Danneberg, Secretary; Mr. Brown, Chemistry, Physics; Mrs. York, Matron; Miss Clewell, English, Debate; Miss Carpenter, History, English; Mr. Davis, Physical Edu' cation. sf fs Mr. Hoover, Miss Barnes, Miss Dale, Mr. Moody. Miss Delaney, Miss Hewitt, Miss McCormick. Mr. Hoover, Biology; Miss Barnes, Dramatics, English; Miss Dale, Mathematics, Bookkeeping; Mr. Moody, Auto Mechanics, Mechanical Drawing; Miss Delaney, Mathematics; Miss Hewitt, Art, English; Miss McCormick, Latin, English. TwelveCLASSES LMARY LOUISE ADAMS Baseball. 2; Junior Play. 3: Basket Ball. 1. 2: Operetta. 2. 3; Can- tata. 2. 3: Booster Club. 4: Glee Club. 2. 3: Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4; Stu- dent Council. 3. 4; Ser- vice Club. 4; Music Con- test. 1. 2. 3. 4: Orchestra. 1. 2. 3. 4; Band. 1. 2. 2 4; Volley Ball. 1. BEER ROBERT Golf. 3. RaAJ Club. 3. CHARLES ANDERSON Annual Staff. 4; Press Club, 3. 4; Argcntian Staff. 2. 3. 4: Quill and Scroll. 3. 4; President. 4; Student Council. 4; Ser- vice Club. 4. FLORINE BENLON Basket Ball. 2. 3. 4 Girl Reserve». 3. 4; Vol ley Ball. 4. JOSEPHINE BENNETT Baseball, 2. 3: "A" Club, 4. President; Bas- ket Ball, 2. 3. 4; Press Club. 3. 3. 4: Operetta. 4; Cantata. 4; Glee Club. 4; Girl Reserves. 2. 3, 4; Student Council. 1. 4; Argentlan Staff. 2. 3. 4; volley Ball. I. 2. 3. 4; Music Contest. 4. EDNA ASHLOCK Art Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Girl Reserves. 2; Basket Ball. 1; Volley Ball. 2. THERESA BLAIR Osate City High School. Osage City. Kan- sas: Basket Ball, 1; Operetta. 1; Cantata. 1; Glee Club. 1; Girl Re- serves. 1; Music Contest. 1; Argentine: Junior Play. 3; Basket Ball. 2. 3: Operetta. 2. 3. 4; Can- tata. 2. 3. 4: Booster Club. 4: Glco Club. 2. 3. 4; Music Contest. 2. 3. 4; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4; Debate Squad. 3; Senior Play. 4; Deck Tennis. 2; Volley Ball. 2. 3. DELPHINE BADEKER Latin Club. 4. Vice- President; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4; Student Council. 4; Service Club. 4; Typ- ing Squad. 3. DE BEELER Center Senior High School. .Missouri; Hl-Y. 1, 2; Orchestra. 1. 2: 2; Argentine: Orchestra. 3; JOE HOHNER Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4 Operetta, 2. 3. 4; Can tata. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club 2. 3. 4; Track. 1. 2; Stu dent Council. 2. 4; Mu sic Contest. 2. 3. 4; Foot ball. 1. Band, HI V. Band, FifteenMARY BRANDON Contrai Junior High School. Kansas City, Kansas: "A” Club. 1; Student Council, 1; Wyandotte High School. Kansas City. Kansas: Basket Ball. 2: Girl Re- serves. 2: Student Coun- cil. 2; Kllen H. Rich- ards' Club. 2; Argen- tine: Katin Club. 4; Stu- dent Council. 4; Service Club. 4. CHESTER CAR I'KNTKR Student Council. Service Club. 4. WAYNE BRISTOW Pep Club. 4; Operetta. 2. 3. 4; Cantata. 2. 3. 4; Glee Club. 2. 3. 4: Track, 2: Music Contest. 2. 3. 4; Orchestra, 2, 4; Band. 3. CHARI.ES CATHEY Football. 1. 2. 4; Bas ket Ball. 4; "A" Club •I J- Operetta. 2: Cantata 2; Glee Club. 2; Track 4; Golf. 3. 4; Music Con test. 2. BEY ERL. Y BROWN Art Club. 1; Junior Flay. 3; Basket Ball, 1. 2. 3. 4: Argent Ian Staff. 2. 3; Katin Club. 1. 2: Booster Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4; Student Council. 4: Ser- vice Club. 4; Debate Squad. 4; Typing Squad. 3 4: Senior Play. 4: Vol- ley Ball. 1. 2: Deck Ten- nis. 1. 2. 3; Numeral Club. 3. 4; Pittsburg Dramatics Contest. 3. 4. JANET CI.ARK Annual StuCl 4; Katin Club. 1: )pfretta, 4; CantatiM ; Glee jfcrfub. I'rQu'f RcserinA fT 3. 4; President, ir Student Coaricil. 4; Secretary; SerVlco Club, 4. DOROTHEA COLOAN Central Junior High School. K.-yisas City. Kansas:,, Art Club. 1; Basket Ball, l; student Council, l; Wyandotte High School. Kansas CltJV Kansas: Kalin Club. 2; Argentine: An- nual Staff. '4: Operetta. 4: Cantata. 4rr Glee Club. 4; Glr eserVA -i; Stu- dent nclh PTjervlce CInb. £vAItTr Contest ROBERT BRUCE Operetta. 4; Cantata. 4; Glee Club. 4; Music Contest. 4. WOODROW BRUCE Wyandott e High School. Kansas City. Kansas: Baseball, I. 2; Student Council. 1; Track. 1. 2; Tennis. 1. 2: Argentine: Pep Club. 4; Radio Club. 3. 4. tary RAYMOND BURGER Annual Staff. 4; Press Club. 3. 4; Treasurer. 4; Argentlan Staff. 2. 3. 4; Quill and Scroll. 3. 4; Treasurer. 4; Student Council 4; Service Club 4. indent uotocUJM; SeA dec CIubA' 4: Debay ‘quad. nJY Muste ('ffh- :est 2lj. 4; Onftlycal rVinfyMt, 2; KMrtOnal •'drenslc JyAguc.lit Class Officer, yifceojresldent. 1. 4; Senior unny, 4. Sixteen R.WDAM, DOOLITTLE Art Club. 2. 3. 4; Stu- dent Council. 2. 4. ROBERT FRY Football. 2. 3; Base- ball. 1: Art Club. 4; rep Club, 4; Basket Ball. I. 2. 3; Tennis, 2. 4; Op- eretta, 2. 4; Cantata. 2. 4: Ole© Club. 2. 4; Track. 3. 4; Service Club. 3: Mut«lc Contest. 2. 4. CALVIN IMtRRKI.L "A" Club. 3. 4; Pei Club. 4: Tennis. 3. 4 Glee Club. 4: Football. 1 Operetta. 4: Cantata. 4 Music Contest. 4. NELLK FASTER Baseball, 3. 4; ' A” Club. 3. 4; Vice-Presi- dent, 4; Basket Ball, I. 2. 3. 4: Latin Club. 1: Operetta. 3. 4; Cantata. 3. 4; Glee Club. 3. 4; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4: Service Club. 4; Student Council. 4: Debate Squad 3; Music Contest. 3. 4; Oratorical Contest. 3; Volley Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4. BKRMKCE FRYE Baseball. 1; Argentina staff. 2. 3. 4: Latin Club, 1. 2; Booster Club. 4; Glee Club. 2; Girl Re- serves. 2. 3. 4. MILDRED KIKE Basket Ball. 3: Press Club. 3. 4; Argentlan Staff. 2. 8. 4; Quill and Scrqll. 4; Operetta. 2; Cantata. 2; Glee Club. 2; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4: Student Council. 4; Ser- vice Club. 4: Music Con- test. 2: Typing Squad. 3, 4; Volley Ball. 1. 2. 3. LOIS ANNE GATES Argent Inn Staff. 2. 3. 4; Latin Club. 1. 2: Booa C er Club. 3. 4: Girl lit' serves, 2. 3. 4; Typing Squad; 3. 4. ELIZABETH GOERLICII Girl Reserves. 4; Stu- dent Council. 4; Service Club. 4. FLORENCE ESPY Operetta, 4; Cantata. 4; Glop Club. 4; Girl Re- senves. 4; Music Con- test. 4; volley Ball. 3. JEWELL GRAVATT Annual Staff. 4; Press Club. 2, 3. 4; Argentlan Staff. 2. 3. 4; Latin Club. 1; Operetta. 4; Cantata. 4; Glee Club. 4; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4; Typing Squad, 3; Volley Ball. 1. JOE FISHER Football. 3. SeventeenALPHERETTA GUNN Art Club. 1; Baseball. 2; Basket Ball. 1. 2; Deck Tennis. 1. 2; Boost- er Club. 3; Girl Reserves. 2. 3; Glee Club. 2; Eldon High School. Eldon. Mis- souri: Baseball. 3: Dra- matic Club. 3; Pep Squad, 3; Basket Ball. 3: Argentine: Basket Ball, 4; Deck Tennis. 4; Booster Club. 4 Treas- urer. 4; Girl Reserves. 4. STEPHEN HANKINS Football. 3: Pep Club. 4; Annual Staff. 4; Stu- dent Council. 1. 3. 4: Class Officer. Vice-Pres- ident. 2; Treasurer. 1. 3. GRACE HAAG Operetta. 2. 4; Cnn- tatn. 2. 4; Glee Club. 2. 4: Librarian, 2; Girl Re- serves. 2. 3. 4; Music Contest. 2. 4. HERBERT HAAS Pep Club. 3. 4; Annual Staff. 4; Basket Ball. 1; Argentlan Staff. 2. 3, 4; Student Council. 3. 4; Class Officer. Secretary. 4; Treasurer. 2; Service Club. 4. I.OREN E HILLS Annual Staff. 4 Club, f 3. 4: AH Staff. 2. 3. 4: Q« Scroll. 4: U C Girl KeswAes. 2. I B' VRREN IIAGE.AMNN Basket Ball. 1, 2; Track. 1: Service Club. 4; Student Council. 4. ARTHUR HOUSE Student Council. 4 HELEN HUFF Annunl Staff. 4; Pres Club. 2. 3. 4; Vice-Presi- dent. 3; Argentlnn Staff. 2. 3. 4; Cantata. 4; Booster Club. 3. 4: Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4: Stu- dent Council. 2. 4; Ser- vice Club. 4; Debate Squad. 2, 3; Secretary. 3; Nation a I Forensic I«eague. 2. 3. 4. Treasur- er. 2: Northwest League Speech Contest. 3. 4: Class Officer. President. ESTHER HALE Operetta. 2. 3. 4: Cantata. 2. 3. 4; Booster Club. 4; Glee Club. 2. 3. 4; President. 4; Girl Re- serve . 2. 3. 4: Student Council. 4; Music Con- test. 2. 3. 4. JUANITA HAIX Girl Reserves. 3. 4 DONALD KELI.KV EighteenJOHN MADISON Football, 4; Baseball, 1. 2. 3. 4; "A" Club. 3. 4; isasxet Ball, 1. 3. 3. 4; T.ack. 3, 4; Golf. 3. 4. LOKKN KERB Football, f, Bmw Ball. 1; Track. 1. 2; Or- chestra. 1, 2, 3. 4. DOROTIIV MARSH Junior Play, 3: Girl Reserves. 4; Senior Play, AYARRKN KERR Football. 2;. Track. 2; Orchestra. 1. 2. 3, MAURICE KETCH CM Football. I, 2. 3. 4; Baseball, 3: "A" Club. 8. 4; Annual Staff. 4; Bas- ket Ball, 1. 2. 3. 4; Co- Captnln. 4; Operetta. 2. 3. 4: Cantata. 2. 3. 4; Track. 1; Gle« Club. 2. 3. 4; Student Council, 3; Music Contest, 2, 3. 4. HEI.KN MATNBY Art Club. 2: Booster Club. 2 3. 4: Girl Re- serves. 2. 3, 4: student Council. 1. HELEN LANDON Baseball. I. 2. 3. 4; Art Club. 4; "A" Club. 3. 4; Annual Staff. 4; Basket Ball. 1. 2, 3. 4: Latin Club. 1. 2: Amen- tlan Staff. 2. 3. 4; Stu- dent Council. 4: Service Club. 4; Volley Ball. 2. 3. 4: President Girls' Athletic Association. 4: Deck Tennis Team. 1. 2. 3. 4. dorothy mchenry Girl Reserves. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President. 3: Treas- urer. 4; Student Coun- cil. 1. 3. 4; Service Club. PRISCILLA LONG Argentlan Staff. 2. 4; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. HAROLD McKF.E WILLIAM LUSK Football, 4; Annual Staff. 4; Latin Club. I. 2: Operetta. 2. 3. 4; Can- tata. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club. 2. 3. 4: Track. 3. 4; Stu- dent Council. 4; Service Club. 4; Music Contest. 2. 3, 4. MARGUERITE METZ Annual Staff. 4: Junior Play, 3; Basket Ball. 1. 2; Press Club. 3, 4; Ar- Septlan Staff. 2. 3. 4; util and Scroll. 4; Latin Club. 1, 2: Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4; Typing Squad, 3. NineteenFLORENCE PRUITT Baseball. 3, 3, 4; An- nual Staff. 4; Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4: Tennis. 2. 3; Press Club. 2. 3. 4; Argcntiun Staff. 2, 3. 4; Operetta, 3. 4: Cantata. 3. 4; Booster Club. 4; Glee Club. 3. 4; Girl Re- serve». 2. 3. 4; Music Contest. 3. 4; Volley Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4: Deck Tennis. 2. 3; "A” Club. 4. WAYNE MILLER FootbalU l, .2. ••A” Club.ft retary. Pep 4(T Annul Staff JAi leet Bal(. 1.1 2 .Club, 3l 4; I Arii TTUfW. 1. 2,M NK I Cup- t tVN; StuilArfc Ctnfncll. . It f-realdekit 4;'Ser 'vico Club, hluslc Con- test. 3. 4; Class Officer, President. 3. 4; Senior Play. 4. KITH PURSLEY Volley Ball. 1. 2; An- nual Staff. 4; Basket Ball. I, 2; Tennis. I; Op- eretta. 4; Cantata, 4; Glee Club. 4; Girl Re- serves. 2. 3. 4; Student Council. 2. 4; Service Club. 4; Music Contest. 4; Booster Club. 3. 4; Typing Squad. 3. 4. HELEN OFFITT Art Club, i A Stiff, 4:, B6oster 3, • yGfn Reserves. Class Ifflccr. JOE REED Art Club. 4: Pep Club. 8, 4; Operetta. 4; Can- tata, 4; Glee Club. 4. ALEC OSIPIK -A” Club. 3. 4; Golf. 3. 4. N PARDEE City High i ge City. Kan- Jr Play. 3: Op- Glee .Club. 1; SAM REED MARTHA REYNOLDS Junior Play. 3; Ar- gentlan Staff. 2. 3; Booster Club. 1. 2. 3. 4; Girl Reserves. 2. 3. 4; Student Council. 4: Sor- vlce Club. 4: Debate Squad. 4; Typing Squad. 3. 4; Senior Play. 4; Bas- ket Ball. 1. 2; Latin Club. 1. 2; Volley Ball. 1. 2; Deck Tennis. 1. 2. WINIFRED PARKINSON Basket Ball. 1. 2; Op- eretta. 3. 4: Cantata. 3, 4; Glee Club. 3. 4: Girl Reserves. 3; Music Con- test. 3; Volley Ball. 1. 2. ON KA RHOADS Lockwood High School. Lockwood. Mis- souri: Basket Ball. 1. 2; Latin Club. 1. 2; Volley Ball. 2; Argentine: Girl Reserves. 3. OKYAL PRATHER Operetta. 4; Cantata. 4: Glee Club. 4; Music Contest. 4: Typing Squad. 3 ; Poothall, 4. ' Twenty iaiv JESUS RODRIGUEZ Basket Ball. fc, 3: Track. 2. 3. 4; Gymnastic Team. 3: Service Club. 4; Student Council. 4. DONALD SELLER HELEN SPENCER Baseball. 3: Basket Ball. 2. 3. 4; Girl Re- serves. 2. 3; Student Council 4: Service Club. JUNE ROSE Annual Staff. 4 Kentlan Staff. 2. Latin Club. 1. 2.; Reserve . 2. 3. 4. OLIVE SALER Girl Reserves. 2, 3. 4 ROBERT THOMAS Art Club. 4; “A” Clui». 2. 3. 4; Pop CJub. 2. 3, 4; President. 4; Junior Play. 3; Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3, 4: Operetta. 2. 4; Cantata. 2. 4; Glee Club. 2. 4; Track. 1: Student Council. 4; Mu- sic Contest. 2. 3. 4; Cheer l.euder. 1. 2, 4. ESTHER SCHERER Annual Staff. 4; Ten- nis. 1; Girl Reserves. 3: Student Council. 4; Ser- vice Club. 4: Typing Squad. 2. 3. GLEN TRENT Football; 3; Art Club. 4; "A” Club. 2. 3. 4; Pep Club. 2. 3. 4; Bns- ket Ball. 2. 3. 4; Co-Cap- taln. 4; Track. 2, 4; Scr- vlco Club. 4; Student Council, 4: Class Officer, Treasurer. 4. AMELIA SCHMIDT Operetta, 4; Cantata. 4: Glee Club. 4; Music Contest, 4. THURMAN VAN BRUNT Radio Club. 3. 4; Gym nastic Team. 3. EDWARD SCOTT 1933 Twenty-oneELMER WINCH ELL Wyandotte High School, Kansas City. Kansas: Basket Ball. 1. 2; llonu—Room Basket Ball Team. 1. 2: Argen- tine: Football. 4; Pep Club. 4: Student Council. 4; Service Club, 4. GLADYS VAN GOSEN Basket Ball. i. 2; Ser- vice Club. 4; Student Council. 4; Volley Ball, JAMES WATERS Football. 1. 2. 3. 4; "A" Club. 2. 3. 4; Vice- President. 4; Basket Ball. 2: Tennis. 3: 4: Operetta. 3. 4; Cantata. 3. 4; Glee Club. 3. 4: Track. 1. 2. 4: Golf. 1. 2. 3. 4; Music Contest. 3. 4. KENNETH WELLS Football. 3. 4; Pep Club. 3. 4: Treasurer. 4; Basket Ball. 2. 3; Oper- etta. 4; Cantata. 4; Glee Club. 4; Track. 4; Orchestra, 2. 4; Class Officer. Vice-President. MARYE KI TH WEBSTER Annual Staff, 4; Edi- tor; Press Club. 2. 3. 4; Secretary. 4; Argentina Staff. 2. 3. 4; Quill and Scroll. 3. 4; Secretary. 4: Booster Club. 4: I atln Club. 1. 2; Student Council. 4; Typing Squad, 3. 4; Librarian, KENNETH WOODS Pep Club, 4; Junior Play. 3: Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3; Operetta. 2. 3. 4; Cantata. 2, 3, 4; Oleo Club. 2, 3. 4; Student Council. 1. 2; Music Con- test. 2. 3. 4; Class Offi- cer. President. 1; Senior Play. 4. MARJORIE WELLS Annual Staff. 4; Sen- ior Play. 4; Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4: Press club 3. 4; Argentlan Staff. 2 3. 4; Latin Club. 1, 2; Op- eretta. 3: Cantata. 3; Booster Club. 4: Glee Club. 3: Girl Reserves. 2. 3, 4; Student Council. 2. 4; Service Club. 4; De- bate Squad. 2. 3. 4; Mu- sic Contest. 3; Cheer Leader. 3. 4; Oratorical Contest. 3. 4; Typing Squad. 3; National For- ensic League. 2. 3. 4: Numeral Club. 4; Deck Tennis. 2. 3; Volley Ball. 2, 3, 4. CHARLES SHANE Central Junior High School. Kansas City. Kansas: Football, 1; Basket Ball. 1; Hl-Y. 1; Track. 1; Oratorical Contest. 1; Student Coun- cil. 1; Argentine: Foot- ball. 2. 3; Pep Club. 4; Basket Ball. 2, 3, 4; Track, 2. 4. CHARLES TIMMERMAN Pep Club. 4; Annual Staff. 4; Junior Play. 3; Argentiaii Staff. 2, 3. 4; Operetta. 3. 4; Cantata. 3 4: Glee Club. 3. 4; Student Council. 4; Ser- vice Club. 4; Music Con- test. 3. 4; Senior Play. 4; Track. 4. BERNICE WILHELM Annual Staff. 4; Press Club. 3. Argentlan Staff 2. 3. 4: Quill and Scroll. 4; Girl Reserves. 2, 3. 4; Student Council. 4; Service Club. 4; Typ- ing Squad, 3. 4. RAYMOND HULL Pep Club. 4; Junior Play. 3; Operetta. 3. 4; Cantata. 3. 4; Glee Club. 3. 4; Music Contest. 3. 4. Twenty-two PAUL UKKkyU Latin CMy-l: Operrf otta, 4; Clptaia, a. 4; value Club. 4; Orcnes- l.a. 3. 4; Band. 1. 2, 3, jam Kir hanse: IT.MAM HUTCHISON Radio Club, 3. 4. LOWELL .JENKINS Football, 2, 3. 4: Track. 2. 3. 4; Operetta. 3. 4; Senior Play. 4; Glee Club. 3. 4: Secretary- Treasurer. 4: Gymnastic Team. 3; Music Contest. 3; "A" Club. 3. 4; Junior High Track Coach. 4: Annual Staff. 4. MYRON SIGLER Art Club. 2. 3. 4; Gym nastlc Team. 3. 4. BILI.Y ROBBINS Football.1 3; NArt Club! 1; Operetta. 4: Cantatu, 4: Track. 2; Glee Club, 4: Orchestra. 4; Bund 4; Tennis. 3. 4; Service Club. 2. N EDGAR LEE BAKER Operetta. 4; Cantata. 4; Glee Club. 4; Orches- tra, 1. 2. 3, 4. GLEN MENEGAY Football. 2. 3. 4; Base- ball. 2; "A” Club. 3. 4; Annual Staff. 4; Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Operetta 2; Cantata. 2; Glee Club. 2: Track. 1. 4; Music- Contest. 2. GENEVIEVE COOPER Operetta. 2, 3; Glee Club. 2. 3; Cantata. 2. 3; Girl Reserves. 2 3. 4. RUSSELL CULP Annual Staff. 4; Ar- gentlan Staff. 2. 3. 4; Latin Club. 1. 2: Golf. 3. 4; Student Council. 4: Service Club. 4: Typing Squad. 4. CHARLES PETTY Football, 2: Basket Ball. 2. 3; Operetta. 3: Cantata. 2. 3:“Gle - Club. 2. 3. 4; Track. 2. 3. 4; Golf. 3; Music Con- test. 2. 3. . Twenty-threer CLYDE HERRINGTON Football. 1. 2, 2. 4; "A” Club. 4; Basket Dali, I; Tennis, 2; Ar- gentlan Statf. 2. 3; Op- eretta, 2: Cantata, 2; Gleo Club. 2; Track. 1. 2, 3. 4; Golf. 4; Debate Squad. 2; Music Contest. 2; Cheer Leader, 1, 3. 4; National Forensic League, 2. RAYMOND LARSON Latin Club. 1; Track, -StaLf 4; Basket'SBKII. 1. J. if 4; Ltiln piuh. 1: SjfcA r«‘ttaiWJlCaAtata. 3; VlrMUnAt-1-vUs. 3; Music CcyptML 3: Campfire. 4: VdWy Ball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Archery. 2, 3. 4. GEORGE HUGHES Football, 3: Baseball, 2. 3; Basket Ball. 1. JAN ICE LAMAR Hosedale High School. Kansas City. Kansas: Boys’ Glee Club. Accom- panist. 1; Glee-Club. 2; Girl Reserve . 1. 2; Reading Club. 1; Oper- ott'a. 2; Cantata. 2; Ar- gentine: Girls’ Glee Club. Accompanist. 4: Operetta. 4; Girl Re- serves, 4. PAUL PETERSON Orchestra. 2, 3, 4 MILFORD WEAVER Football. 2. 3; Base- ball. 1: "A” Club. 2. 3. 4: Basket Ball. 2. 3: Op- eretta. 3. 4; Cantata. 3. 4; Glee Club. 3. 4; Track. 1. 2. 3, 4; Music Contest. KATHLEEN BURTON Art Club, 2. LEROY SHARTRAX DELORES GIRTEN Baseball. 1. 2. 3. 4: ”A” Club. 4: Basket Ball. 3, 4; Girl Reserves. LEWIS CROCKETT Student Council, 3. DELMA THORNTON Typing Team. 4. Twonty-four tia CLASS OF 1933 OFFICERS Wayne Miller...........................................President Nathan Dix........................................Vice-President Herbert Haas...........................................Secretary Glen Trent.............................................Treasurer Robert Thomas..............................................Cheer Leader Miss Frances Taylor, Mr. V. E. Timmins..................Sponsors CLASS OF 1932 Wayne Miller..................... .....................President Nathan Dix........................................Vice-President Helen Offutt...........................................Secretary Stephen Hankins........................................Treasurer Clyde Derrington...........................................Cheer Leader Miss Cora Luce, Mr. A. W. Brown...................Sponsors CLASS OF 1931 Helen Huff.............................................President Stephen Hankins...................................Vice-President Herbert Haas...................................Secretary-Treasurer Robert Thomas..............................................Cheer Leader Miss Edna Barnes, Mr. F. S. Hoover...........Sponsors CLASS OF 1930 Kenneth Woods..........................................President Kenneth Wells..................................Vice-President Elaine Brown...........................................Secretary Stephen Hankins........................................Treasurer Miss Edith Simon, Mr. J. C. Shankland.........Sponsors CLASS OF 1929 Marjorie Wells.......................................President Kenneth Wells..................................Vice-President Joe Bohner.............................................Secretary Stephen Hankins........................................Treasurer Clyde Derrington...........................................Cheer Leader Miss Katherine Koehler, Miss Lillian Jessup.............Sponsors CLASS OF 1928 Jcnell Redwine ........................................President Kenneth Woods.....................................Vice-President Genevieve Bohner.......................................Secretary Herbert Haas...........................................Treasurer Miss Malta Sheppard..................................... Sponsor ACCELERATE GROUP—1929 Roy Fritz..............................................President Twenty-five SCHOOL SONGS GOLD AND BLUE Argentine, Argentine, is the high school Where we learn and are taught the Golden Rule. To be fair to the foe is the one great motto, Of this high school in Argentine So with loyal hearts we sing, Our sincere tribute we bring. To honor with one thought and voice, The high school of our choice. Chorus Now you laddies, lassies, listen. It's Argentine, Argentine, with its colors so true, We are thinking of you always, Dear Argentine. Argentine, with its Gold and Blue, It's our pride upon the hillside, Where we work with will and win. Now you laddies, lassies, listen, It's Argentine, Argentine, that will make all things spin. COCKADOODLEDO SONG Cock'a'doodle'do, I'm for Old Argentine; I am proud of it, and so I will crow and crow and crow; Cock'a'doodle'do, I'm for Old Argentine; And I'm crowing, for I’m growing In Old Argentine. ARGENTINE STEIN SONG Sing to dear Old Argentine, Fight for the Gold and Blue, Stand and let us honor our school, Let every loyal Mustang sing, Sing with all our heart and soul, Eyes always toward our goal; Keep this one and only motto, Be fair and honest to our foe. Helen Wright. SEELCmin Twenty- ixCLASS OF 1934 First Row—Bard. Bastcl, Bartel. P. Buckman. Crew, Daniels, Baker, Cox. Askew. Second Row—Beth, Dunlap. Browne. Frick. Elliott. Cathey, M. Clark, Bryan, Andrews. Third Row—H. Buckman, H. Anderson, Cowperthwait, Brill, Cartier, Dishman, E. Clark, Dortch. Burns, Davidson. Fourth Row—Dcaver, Drcicr, Fultz, Eisman, Darnell, Askew. R. Anderson. Burgoon. Fifth Row—Benezette, Beasley, Brush. Barr, Foster, Del a plain. Beth, De Muynck, Ford. .....President Vice-President .....Secretary .....Treasurer .Cheer Leader ......Sponsors Alfred Brush....................... Pete Innes......................... Oma Smith.......................... Emogene Wilhelm.................... James Crew......................... Miss Cora Luce, Mr. A. W. Brown First Row—Morris, Gorman, Innes, McGee. Second Row—'Harmon, Keyes, Gould. Hall, Millert, Loilcr, D. Johnson, Gilycat, Kelso. Third Row—Hart. Harris, Mason, Larson, Hulhcrt, Loomis, Heckman, Jewell. Fourth Row—McCauley, Macleod, Mitchell, Little, Kelly, Morrison, Gocrlich. Hewitt. Fifth Row—Harris, Jameson, E. Johnson, Meade, Jones, Mankin, Gross, Holden, Lehman, Hcnney. Sixth Row—Moore. Halcomb, Gaither, Huyck, Hultz, Jordan, Mcrwin, Kincaid, Mayo, Madison, Kane. 1933 Twenty-sevenCLASS OF 1934 First Row -«Purvis. Roth. Pyle, Olsccnc, Stephenson. Second Row—Weaver. Watson, F. Smith, Girten, Hiatt, Stiles. Wing. Third Row—Sawyer, Prince, Scott. Wilhelm, Rcith, Terry, Vaughan, Reynolds, Shores. Fourth Row Smith p Smith- E. Thomas. Vandcrwill, Rice, M. Wheeler, Wbolery, Stewart. Fifth Row—M. Price, D. Wheeler, L. Price, D. Thomas, O. Smith, Tipton, Hoover, Wells. Vergot, Taylor. CLASS OF 1935 James Brady................................ Jack Fuller.............................. Irene DeWeese............................ Louise Dargon............................ Eugene Hiatt............................. Miss Edna Barnes, Mr. F. S. Hoover....... .....President Vice'President .....Secretary .....Treasurer .Cheer Leader ......Sponsors First Row—Darby, Atkinson. Brady, Blain, Bryan, Beavers, Abbott, Wilson, Buck. Second Row—Carr. Callaghan. Caudle. Bell, DeLeon, Boyle, F. Comlcy, Dean, Compton. Third Row—Millcrt, Durham, Bottomley, Davidson, DeWeese, Colclasure, Bcnlon, Babcock, Beeler. Fourth Row—Barton, Rives, Butler, Dowell, Dyerson, Cantrell, Anderson, Beemont, Campbell, Cole. Fifth Row—Colvin, Bradley, Brown, Adams, Dillon, Dargan, H. Comley, Croslcy, Bender, Arnold. Twonty-elflhtCLASS OF 1935 First Row—Hootman, Hcathcrton. D. Griffin. Second Row—Irey, Howard, Franklin. Gordon, Jcsscc, Hiatt, Gaska, Holts. Third Row— Elliott. Forbes. R. Hill, Elkins. Ferguson, Fuller, Clarence Gower, Jenkins. Fourth Row Hutchison, Heningcr, Jones, D. Hill, G. Ethridge, Irons, Frary, Eckman, Higgins, Hayes. Fifth Row—Haney, Grey, Gentry, Buts, V. Ethridge, Foote, Hayes, Harrell, Goff. Sixth Row—B. Griffin, Fox, Hopton, Hattlcy, Holland, Ebbing, Johnson, Cleo Gower, Hatfield. Jirik, Green. Choosing a career is one of the most important things stressed in high school. It is necessary to pick out a vocation which one wants to follow and then work for that goal. The half-year course in vocations which is offered sophomores helps them to plan their future. First Row—Nixon, Kelley, McDonald. Matthews, McQuirc, Myers, McKnight. Second Row—G. Miller, Mcts, McBride, Martin, Lansdon. Priddy, Morgan, Minnix. Third Row—Murphy, Mastcllctto. Norwood, Reagan, Moss, D. Miller, Landon, LaMar. Fourth Row—Martinez, McGee, Ladcnburger, Lovelace, Maclcod, Patterson, McHenry, Lapham, Lester, Kilmer. Fifth Row—Kelly, McCarty, Magncnat, Macs, Harris, Powell, Tortorilla, Pookcr, Norman, Pinto, Twenty-nineCLASS OF 1935 First Row—Saunders. Walker. J. D. Richardson, Reardon. Evans. D. Taylor. Reynolds. Second Row—West. Woolard, Scott, L. Taylor, Yoder. Routh. E. Thomas, Taber. Third Row—Riggin, Worthington, Trueblood, Wheeler. M. Richardson, Rogers, Reed, Thomas, Rush. Fourth Row- Rupard. Studdard, Williams. Woolworth, Slice, Wintcrstcen, S. Taylor, Smith Fifth Row- Weil, Roberts, Weber, Salazar, Sullivan, Shannon, Wiseman, Wire, Stanton. Sixth Row—Stewart, Russell, Troupe. Wasko, Schwitzgcbcl, True, Redwine, Tush. Steffens. CLASS OF 1936 Jack Darnell........................... Jack Post.............................. Jane Thomas............................ Peggy Henninger........................ Miss Stella Cole, Mr. J. C. Shankland.. .....President Vice-President .....Secretary .....Treasurer ......Sponsors First Row—Garcia, Bean. Beebe. Gallup. Second Row—Davidson, Gibbons, Diaz, Duarte, Boohcr, Gibson, Fischer. Bounds. Third Row—Cash, Denny, Durre. Goerlich, Anderson, Cooper. Dare, Troutman, Anderson, Darnell. Fourth Row-—-Carpenter, Billips, Frank, Cox, Appleton, Curran, Baker, Burton, Doolittle, , Crockett. Fifth Row—Gillispic, Baird, Childs, Brewer, Chambers, Fleming, Gaither. Goebel, Greenwood, Beasley. ThirtyfCirgentiarC CLASS OF 1936 First Row—Kirkpatrick, Lamphcrc, Pearl, Milburn, Haney, Nocrnbcrg, Martin, MeGinty. Second Row—John. Hutson, Howard, Numbers, Hopkins, Porter, Nafiy. Third Row—Jackson. Henninger, Hall, House. MeBroom, Horton, Johnson, Middleton, Leonard, Fourth Row Morris, Lynch, Moore, Mcncgay, A. Orpeza, Porras, L. Orpeza, Mahr. Cloningcr, Fifth Row—Maddox. Liston. Lehman, Harman, Mason. MeGivern. Howell, Heckman, Hagemann. Sixth Row—-Hogan, Offutt, Post, Jones, Lampc, McKee, Monroe, Hayes, Lynch, Keyes. A special feature in the program for freshmen is the course in debate. This enables students to acquire more confidence in themselves, making it easier for them to talk before large groups of people. This class also prepares a student for the senior high debate squad and the oratorical contest. First Row—Van Brunt, Southerland. C. Weber, Thoman, Walker. Spaulding, V. Smith. Second Row—M. Weber, Kathleen Winningham, Schicbcl. Sheriff, Reynolds, Van Mol, Strutzcl, Wilhm, Singleton. M. Thomas. Third Row—Regan, Reagan, J. Thomas, A. Smith, Schlicchcr, Ritter, Shubaugh, Terry, Kenneth Winningham, Ryan, Wade. Fourth Row—Weaver, Williams, opiva, Rockhold, Tibbctt, Stroker, Westfall, Tanner. Fifth Row- Rutledge, Salcr, Thornstenberg, Thayer, Rives, Rcncgar, Robinson, Schiller, Herbert Wildman, Harold Wildman. Sixth Row—H. Thomas, Rice, Stewart, Stiles, Seals, Wright, South, F. Smith, Stephenson, R. Smith. Thirty-oneCLASS OF 1937 First Row—C. Brown, Fleetwood, Francis, Berns, Brunk, Childers. Coons. Second Row—Bcemont, Bordner, Cooper. D. Gordan, Glithcro, R. Conley. Erwin. Fox. Gibbs. Third Row—Barrett. Fields, Casey, Gieber, Corbett, I. Gregory, Clark, Asher, Evcrsolc, Cole. Andrews. Fourth Row—Foster, Burns, Button, Gray, Bcnlon, Grimsley, Buckman, Derrington, Ashlock Gilcrcst. Fifth Row—Cromwell, Fry, Byrd, Babcock, Burger, Gibson, Cain. Fredericks, Easter, Crockett, Beaumont. Clyde Andrews...................... Jerry Liston....................... Maxine Cole........................ Raymond Conley..................... Miss Lillian Jessup, Mr. E. A. Moody .....President Vice-President .....Secretary .....T reasurer ......Sponsors First Row—Lake, Reynolds. Hartgravc. Jones, Peterson. Christine. Rice. Haas. Second Row—Lydia Manion, Martens, Purinton, Leavey, Magill, Hickock, Jcssec. Prince. McCoy. Third Row—Howard. Kennedy, Pruitt, Pierce, Lavcrick, Landon, Hale, McDonald, Maclcod, Maybell. Fourth Row—Northam, Hart, D. Kelley, Leonard Manion. Lewis, Harrison, MeGivern, Jett, L. Johnson, H. Johnson. Fifth Row—Martinez, Long, Miller, Madison, Pruett, C. Kelley, Purvis, Liston, Halcomb, Keyes, Price. Thirty-two ggjgsiCLASS OF 1937 First Row—Wells. Smith. Spongier. Moberly. Richard, Taguc, Winchell, Tippett, Sebo, Wade. Second Row—Sudduth. Thomas, Sumner, Rawlings, Trowbridge, Studdard. Wolf, Tucflcr, Walker, Schmcck, Weber. Third Row—White, South! Schleicher, Zollinger, Woolard, Wintersteen, Wilkes, Sticc, Schutt, Weil. Seventh graders are allowed to choose half-year alternations instead of taking a regular straight course. They are allowed to choose between chorus with sewing, or chorus with cither mechanical drawing or manual training. Gymnasium is also offered during second hour. CLASS OF 1938 First Row—D. Brown. R. Broomfield, R. Brown, M. Anderton, Bradbury, Horton, Butler, Crew, Craig, Cline. Second Row—Bastcl, Barton, Carpenter, Beton, Gibson, Comfort, Burns, Curran, Barnes. Third Row—Bcaird, Allen, Long, Gilyeat, John, Boicc, Beadle, Arnold. Fourth Row—Crawford, Bristow, L. Anderton, Blick, Aderholt, Claxton, Clark, Bruner, Cowperthwait, Anderson, Atkinson, Cleaver. Fifth Row—Averill, J. Broomfield, Card, Burch, Bruns, Ashlock, Carroll, Babcock, Brink. Thirty-threeCLASS OF 1938 First Row—Fuller, Holthouse, Hogan, Horst, Favrow. Hicks, Doze. Second Row—Eshnaur, Gibbons, Frederick, Glithero, Derringer. Third Row—Gould, D. Harris, Geiger, Huff, Despain. Franklin. Fourth Row—Harmon, Erwin, Hontz, Haag, Donley, E. Harris, Feislcy, Gregory. Fifth Row—-Hoover, Hollingsworth, Frass, Goss, Davis, Easley, Hutson, Hahner. Harper. Sixth Row -Green, Cloningcr, Dora Doolittle, Doris Doolittle, Weaver, Hutchison, Hcnncy Hammer, Duggins. .....President VicC'President .....Secretary .....T reasurer ......Sponsors Margaret Harmon.......................... Betty Jane Easley........................ Florine Craig............................ Billy Stoker............................. Miss Edith Delaney, Mr. J. H. Nicholson First Row—Strutzcl, Rangel, M. Smith, O. Smith, Stephenson, Schooling, J. Standish, War- rington, Williams, Link. Second Row—Simon, Wheeler, Riggs, Saunders, Stine, Stanley, Rose, Rand, R. Stewart, D. Smith. Third Row—R. Standish. D. Stewart, Vander. Talley, J. D. Thomas, Webster, Wing, Stoker, Vernon. Richey. Fourth Row—Slavcns, Rawlings, F. Worthington, Taylor, L. Worthington, Young, Weaver, Tanner, Rogers, F. Thomas. Thirty-fourrg entia CLASS OF 1938 First Row Mock, Lusher, McHenry, Johnson. Phillips. Lawrence Moore. Males, Kelly, D. Magill Second Row—G. Larson, Asher. Martinez, Leep, Lynch, Paine, Jenkins, W. MacMillan, Laverack, Lawson. Third Row—Hall, Chappell, Brown, Evans, N. Miller, Haney, Markula, Gibson, Perkins, Jameson. Fourth Row—Ashlock. G. Miller, Price, Bryon, Pooker, King, Oehlcrt, North. Fifth Row—L. Lloyd, Richey, McAbcc, M. Magill. G. Moore, M. MacMillan. Norwood, Morris. Sixth Row—M. Larson, Lloyd, Lctellicr, Rawlings. Horton. Mason, Lester Moore, Pruett, Lewis, McCarty. In the seventh and eighth grades of the junior high school there are 327 students enrolled. Approximately 150 students in the ninth grade received diplomas at the junior high school commencement. Approximately 160 members of the seventh grade attended a party in the gym' nasium December 20. The games were in the form of an “Indoor Track Meet,” all of them being in the form of contests. Preceding the party an entertainment was held in the auditorium. The program consisted of a play by members of the eighth grade dramatics class, tap dancing and readings. I he eighth grade party was held December 21. Relay games were played and Mr. E. A. Moody played the part of Santa Claus, passing out presents to each mem- ber. A program was given in the auditorium which consisted of tap dancing and readings. These parties were under the direction of Miss Edith Simon, Miss Edith Delaney, Miss Doris Carpenter, Mr. E. A. Mcxxly, and Mr. C. L. Richards. Thirty-five SCHOOL YELLS AND SONGS Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight, Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah, Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight, Argentine Fights! Argentine Fights! Argentine Fights! Fights! Fights! With a Veevo, With a Vivo, With a Veevo, Vivo, Vuin, B x m, get a rat trap bigger than a cat trap, B x m, get a cat trap bigger than a rat trap, Ratam us. Scat um us, Sis Boom Ba, Argentine High School, Rah, Rah, Rah. How-do-you-do—, How-do-you-do, Is there anything that we can do for you? We're with you to a man. We'll do all for you we can. How-do-you-do—, How-do-you-do. Onward Argentine, Onward Argentine, We'll stand up for you, Fight to hold for blue and gold, To these colors we are true. Rah, Rah, Rah, Stand and cheer, boys. Never fear, boys, A. H. S. our pride, Cheer, Cheer, the gang's all here For A. H. S. [J933J: Thirty-six BOYS’ GLEE CLUB First Row—Keyes, Woods, Lusk, Prather, Gorman, Innes. Second Row Berry. Baker. Irey, Thomas, Richardson, Miss Mona Walter (Director), Miller, Timmerman, Bristow. Third Row—Waters, Bohner, A. Macleod (Pianist), Dorrell, Jenkins, Anderson. Fry. Fourth Row—Craig, Hull, Bruce, Crew, Dix, Olsecnc, Deaver. Fifth Row—Ketchum, H. Macleod, Weaver, Baker, Wells, Reed, Stewart. The combined Boys’ and Girls' Glee Club whose membership for this year is eighty have accomplished much this year. Their first appearance together was Christmas when they appeared in a Cantata. They also presented the operetta, “In Old Louisiana,” during February. They were represented in the Northeast Kansas League Music Contest and at the annual music week program. The officers of the Girls' Glee Club are: President, Esther Hale; Vice-President, Theresa Blair; Secretary-Treasurer, Florence Pruitt; Librarian, Katherine Pardee. The officers of the Boys' Glee Club are: President, Karl Berns; Vice-President, Wilby Keyes; Secretary-Treasurer, Raymond Hull; Librarian, Joe Bohner. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First Row—Price, Clark, Trueblood, Moss. Second Row—Williams, Bennett, Cartier, Hill, Dycrson, Haag. Third Row—Smith, Richardson, Russell, Lovelace. Gravatt, Espy, Purslcy, Parkinson, Dortch, Miss Mona Walter (Director). Fourth Row—Blair, Thomas, Madison. Tipton. Easter, Macleod, Caudle, Merwin. Fifth Row—Martin, Stroud, Colgan, Pardee, Pruitt, Murphy, Ebbing, Patterson, Durham, Hale. 1933 Thirty-nineORCHESTRA AND BAND First Row—Bristow, Haas, Robbins, Millert, Taylor, Wing, Baker, Hoover. Second Row—Hultz. Berry, Powell, Wire, Peterson, W. Kerr, Kane. Third Row—L. Kerr, Miss Mona Walter (Director), Brown, Loiler, Wells. Davidson. Rose G. Ethridge, Adams. Fourth Row—Schmcck, Redwinc, Schwitzgcbel, Beeler, McHenry, V. Ethridge. Bender, Pierce. The high school orchestra made appearances this year at the junior play, senior play. Music Week, operetta, junior and senior high commencements and several as- sembly programs. The kind played at several football and basket ball games. TYPING TEAM First Row—Nixon, G. C. Brink (Instructor), Culp. Hiatt. Second Row Mastcllctto, Woolard, Bender, Thomas, Jordan, Atkinson, Gordon. Third Row—Webster, Metz, Pursley, Gunn, Satterfield. Fourth Row—Yoder, E. Wilhelm, Cathey, Vandcrwell, Price, Comlcy. Fifth Row -Gates, Brown, Reynolds. Mitchell. Johnson, Jones, Gould, Thornton. Sixth Row—Hultz, Thomas, Eike, B. Wilhelm, Stover, Wells. Benezette, Eisman. In the thirteenth annual state typewriting contest, Argentine carried away the bronze cup which was presented by the state for the highest number of points. In the contest this year. Argentine received one first place, two second and two third places. In the amateur speed division, Marguerite Metz placed first, and Bernice Wilhelm placed third. Lois Anne Gates won second place with her paper of no errors. In the novice speed, Frank Benzette received second place. In the novice accuracy, Arline Marie Jordan placed third with her paper of no errors. Forty GIRL RESERVES First Row Webster, Miss Lillian Jessup (Sponsor), Metz, Rice, Rcith. Henney. Clark. Mitchell. Pardee. F. Smith. Second Row—Bender. O. Smith. Goerlich, Badeker, Miss Edith Delaney (Sponsor), Jones, Girten. Third Row—Huff. Merwin, Mankin, Kelly, Easter. Miss Bess Wilhite (Sponsor), Caudle, Darnell, Askew. Fourth Row—Williams, Burns, Sherry, Holden. Riggin, V. McHenry, Adams, LaMar, Dargan, Stice. Fifth Row- Thornton, D. McHenry, Huyek. Bcnlon. Hale. Hall, Cooper. Anderson, Hultz. Sixth Row—Kincaid, Mayo, Colgan, Tipton, Vaughan, Gould, Harmon, Watson. Tush. The cabinet is as follows: Janet Clark, president; Helen Brill, vice-president; Nedra Mayo, secretary; Dorothy McHenry, treasurer; Frances Jameson, Margaret Foster, program chairmen; Josephine Bennett, social chairman; Emleen Johnson, social service chairman First Row -Gates, Blair, E. Johnson, Brill, Larson. Second Row—Fultz, Wheeler, Gunn. Reynolds. B. Brown, Jameson, B. Wilhelm. Third Row—Nixon, Goerlich, LaMar, Rhoads, Espy. Gravatt, Haag, Woolard, Worthington. McCarty. Fourth Row—Harrell, Foster, Gray, Eikc, Lapham, Foote, Bryan. Pooker, Saler. Fifth Row—Callahan, Norwood, Purslcy, Bradley, Metz, E. Brown, Atkinson, Butler, Clark, Bennett, Ladenburgcr, Frye, Lovelace, Frary. Sixth Row—Rupard, Magncnat, Carr. Richardson. Hattley, Bottomlcy, Hewitt, Offutt, Matney. Adams, Irons. Seventh Row—Elloitt, D. Johnson, Morrison, Marsh. Pruitt, McGee, Comley. E. Wilhelm, Patterson. Gross. Darby, Durham. Gentry. Eighth Row—Stewart, Murphy, Hopton, Thomas, Madison, Dillon, Maclcod, Holland, Price. Jordan, Barton. Griffin. Forty-onergen tia rC : CAMPFIRE GIRLS First Row McBride. Dortch, Barr, Watson, Miss Ruth Dunmirc (Sponsor), Vaughan, Harmon, Gould, Tipton. Second Row—Harriett Anderson, Smith, Sumner, Barr, Gregory, Adams, Taylor, Helen Anderson, Monsche, Hale. Third Row—Smith, Wintcrstccn, Stice, Hultz, Childs, Keyes, Schiller, Hickock. Jcssec. Fourth Row—Hudson, Scbo, Mobcrly, Huff. Harris, Clark. Monroe, Bcedle, John. Fifth Row—Mackabee, Carroll. Fry, Kennedy, Madison. Woolard. Wintcrstccn, Stice, Berns, Walker, Miller. The senior high campfire group was newly organized this year. Officers are: Harriet Anderson, president; Frances Smith, vice-president; Margaret Watson, treas- urer; Charlotte Dortch, scribe and Harriet Anderson, scribe for the Argentian. Officers of the junior high group arc: Helen Wintersteen, president; Befty Lou Madison, vice-president; Therma Jean Hickock, secretary-treasurer, and Jean Woolard. scribe. y ART CLUB First Row—Ashlock, Forbes, Gilycat, Sigler. Second Row—Miss Maud Hewitt (Sponsor), Weaver. Hopton, Bryant, Baker, Taylor, Middleton, Doolittle, Olsecnc. Third Row—Manion, Puritan, Barret. Howard, Kelley, Gregory, Spcnglcr, Metz, Stewart, Conley. Fourth Row—Marten, Button, Corbett, Hart, Gicbcr, Casey, Fields, Gray, Landon, Jessce. Fifth Row—Fry, White, Byrd, Trent, Reed, Mobcrly, Clark, White, Scbo, Fleetwood. The Art club is composed of students of the advanced art classes. The designing and painting of various art material required in the school activities is carried out. The club entered a display in the Kansas State Teachers' Meeting art exhibition. Forty-twoANNUAL STAFF First Row—Burger. Timmerman, Mcncgay, Miller. Second Row—Haas, Hull, Thomas, Hankins, Lusk. Third Row -Clark. Offutt, Monschc, Craig. Jenkins, Fritz. Fourth Row—Pursley, Landon, Gravatt. Hills, Culp, Webster, Kctchum Fifth Row-Wells, Colgan, Huff, Pruitt, Wilhelm, Rose. Scherer, Met; At the beginning of the year because of business conditions, it was thought that it would be necessary to give up the Annual this year, but, by condensing it, it was possible to issue a smaller btx k. It was necessary to leave out the creative section and the kodak section in order to cut down expenses. The Annual will not be entered in any of the contests this year as it has no theme and much has been omitted that would be necessary for it to be given a good rating. Last year the Argentian placed first in its class at the Kansas State contest conducted at Manhattan by the Kansas State Agricultural College. In the National Scholastic Press Association contest it won an all-American rating. STAFF .Editor Marye Ruth Webster. Raymond Burger.........Business Manager Charles Anderson Asst. Bus. Manager Associate Editor Marguerite Metz. Miss Frances Taylor.....Faculty Advisor Herbert Haas. Janet Clark. Hoy Fritz Esther Scherer ... June Rose........ William Husk Stephen Hankins Jewell Gravatt.... Lorene Hills.. Classes Russell Culp.... Helen Huff...... Hernico Wilhelm. Assistant Editors Helen Landon Dorothea Colgan Ruth Pursley... Helen Offutt... Raymond Hull... Lowell Jenkins Charles Craig.... Florence Pruitt.. Maurice Kctchum Athletics Organizations Glen Menegay.... Charles Timmerman Marjorie Wells.. Robert Thomas. Wayne Miller.... 1933 Forty-threeT PRESS CLUB First Row—Burger, Hannon, Miller, Gould, Hall, Fritz. Second Row—Webster, Metz, Gravatt, Eike, Barton, Halcomb. Third Row—Browne, M. Wells, Huff, Pruitt, Wilhelm, Hills, L. Wells. In order to improve the standards of the Press Club and to make it entirely an honorary organization, a new constitution was compiled by members of the Quill and Scroll society, the advisory council of the club. The Press Club, which is the first step toward journalism honors, stimulates in- terest in journalism work and serves as a means of enabling the members to discuss plans for the betterment of the high school publication. A required number of inches of news printed in the paper, and a required num- ber of points are necessary for membership in the Press Club. The officers of the Press Club are: Roy Fritz, president; Leo Wells, vice-presi- dent: Marye Ruth Webster, secretary, and Raymond Burger, treasurer. In the Scholastic Awards contest, Marye Ruth Webster won first place in the United States in the national Quill and Scroll interview contest, and first place in the state with a story about Jane Addams of Hull House. Roy Fritz placed first in Kansas in the Scholastic Awards contest with a sport story. In the state contest, Raymond Burger and Charles Anderson won first place in business management. In the Quill and Scroll contests Ruth Burns won a national place in the feature story contest, Edwin Browne won in the advertising contest in the South Central States section, Raymond Burger received a place in the South Central States section contest for an editorial and Roy Fritz placed in the South Central States contest with a news story. In another series of contests sponsored by the Quill and Scroll, Charles Anderson was awarded third place in the newspaper terms division of the contest, and Ruth Burns and Billie Mitchell received honorable mention in editorial and head- line contests respectively. Each year the Argentian is entered in the Columbia contest, which is sponsored by the Columbia University in New York City. The paper is judged from every angle, including both makeup and contents. The Argentian received a first place rating for the year 1932-33. It received the all-American rating in the contest spon- sored by the Central Scholastic Press Association. QUILL AND SCROLL The members of the Quill and Scroll: Marguerite Metz, Marye Ruth Webster, Lorene Hills, Mildred Eike, Bernice Wilhelm, Dick Halcomb, Edwin Browne, Ro Fritz, Charles Anderson, Raymond Burger and Ruth Burns. a: Forty-four Urg entia rC DEBATE SQUAD First Row—Brown. Taylor, Reynolds. J. C. Shankland (Coach). Loilcr, Hiatt. Irons. Second Row—Powell, M. Wells, Eckman, Schwitzgcbcl, Jones, Jirik. This year has been the most successful of any in debate for Argentine. At the Northeast Kansas league tournament to determine the championship, Argentine ranked rirst, losing only one of eight debates. The two teams who won the championship consisted of Marjorie Wells, Beverly Brown, Frank Jirik, Eugene Hiatt and Martha Reynolds. During the season approximately thirty nomdecision debates were held and participated in by Donald Powell, Chctt Eckman, Evelyn Irons, Richard Schwitzgebel, Madonna Jones, and Harold Loiler. BOOSTER AND PEP CLUBS First Row—Miss Edith Simon (Sponsor), Fritz, Dorrcll, Offutt, Thomas, Blair. Bruce. Second Row—Frye, Timmerman, Webster, Woods. Jameson, Bristow. Gunn, Miller. Third Row—Adams, Trent, Gates, Brown, Shane, Matney, Hankins, Anderson, Hull. Fourth Row—Andrews, Reynolds, Haas, Mankin, Reed, Pruitt. Dix, Hale. Fifth Row—L. Wells, Smith, K. Wells, M. Wells, E. Browne. Huff, Halcomb. Pursley. The purpose of the Btxister and Pep Clubs is to arouse the interest at all athletic contests and games. At the games the Booster and Pep Clubs give different forms of entertainment between the halves. Basically the purpose of the Booster and Pep Clubs is to arouse and maintain the interest of the rooters for the backing of the teams. The organizations give assemblies throughout the year. They also have several picture shows, the proceeds of which are used for their expenses. Forty-five STUDENT COUNCIL First Row—Daniels, J. C. Harmon (Sponsor), Fritz. Second Row—Darby, Dc Wecsc. J. Thomas, Burger, Winchcll, Brady, Kirkpatrick, Bean. Third Row—Haas, Bennett, Miller, R. Thomas, Anderson, Darnell. Fourth Row- -Webster, Hattlcy, Bottomlcy, Buckman, Fuller, R. Gordon. Fifth Row- -Corbett, Hale, Harmon, Jenkins, Dix. Hankins. Culp. Sixth Row—Scherer, O. Thomas, Adams, Craig, Reynolds, Brown, Colgan, Trent, Maybcll. Seventh Row Landon, Richardson, Brush, Clark, Wells, Burch. Goss, Bcrns, Stoker, Andrews, D. Gordon. The Student Council is an important organization in the life of the students in Argentine High School. It offers opportunity for leadership, and membership in it is a mark of honor. The Student Council was organized seven years ago and is composed of presi' Jents of all classes and active organizations, editors and business managers of the school paper and annual, hall monitors, the upper twenty-five per cent of the senior class, home room chairmen, and captains of athletic teams. All members must be passing in work during the current semester and must have passed in all subjects taken the previous semester. Faculty members of the council are Miss Maud Hewitt, Miss Frances Taylor, F. S. Hoover, J. C. Harmon, C. L. Richards, and E. A. Moody. The members of the upper twenty fivc per cent of the senior class are Janet Clark, Helen Offutt, Marjorie Wells, Bernice Wilhelm, Elnora Stover, Elizabeth Goer- lich, Russell Culp, Helen Spencer, Martha Reynolds, Mildred Eike, Beverly Brown, Jesus Rodriquez, Nelle Easter, Wayne Miller, Roy Fritz, Dorothy McHenry, Mary Brandon, Raymond Burger, Herbert Haas, Ruth Pursley, Delphine Badekcr, Helen Huff, Charles Anderson, Esther Scherer, Anna Bender, Delma Thornton, William Lusk, Edgar Lee Baker, Marguerite Metz, and June Rose. Forty-six ATHLETICS FOOTBALL When Coach John Lonborg made his first call for football candidates, about sixty boys reported. The nucleus for a team was centered around nine lettermen from last year's “city champions." One of the best teams in the recent history of the school was developed. The team won six games, lost one, and tied one. In a thrilling game played before a record-breaking crowd of 8,000 on the Wyandotte field, Argentine was defeated 13 to 0. That game was to decide who would be the Northeast League and City League champions. On Thanksgiving Day Argentine and Rosedale tied by a score of 6 to 6. Rosedale made her touchdown in the last few seconds of the game. OSAWATOMIE Argentine opened the season against Osawatomic at Argentine. It showed a powerful offense and defense by holding Osawatomie without a first down and with- out a score. The score was 43 to 0. WARD In the first city league game Argentine defeated a much heavier team by a score of 12 to 0. Argentine was too tricky for Ward. FOOTBALL SQUAD First Row—C. E. Swender (Coach), J. C. Shankland (Coach), J. C. Lonborg (Coach). Second Row—Hootman, I. Jenkins, Emerson. Brady, W. Miller, Menegay, Griffin. D. Miller, Woolery. Third Row—Walker, Macleod, Keyes. Madison, Cathey, Richardson, Brush, Wells. Fourth Row—Ircy, Waters, Winched, Mason, Craig (Captain), Inncs, Kctchum, Dunlap, MacDonald, L. Jenkins. Forty-nine LAWRENCE Argentine journeyed to Lawrence and won over the University city team by a score of 25 to 7. Argentine took an early lead in the first half. The score at the half was 18 to 0. PLEASANTON Argentine started this game off by scoring twenty points before the first quarter was up. After the first quarter the Argentine reserves played most of the game. The score at the end of the game was 39 to 0. ATCHISON In the fifth game of the season Argentine defeated Atchison 13 to 0. The game was played in a drizzle of rain, making the ball slippery and hard to handle. WYANDOTTE In a game to decide the Northeast Kansas and City League championships, Argen- tine lost its first game of the season to the powerful Wyandotte High School team, 13 to 0. Wyandotte outweighed Argentine fifteen pounds to a man. The game gave many a thrill to the 8,000 spectators. Fumbles cost Argentine a score in the first half. SHAWNEE MISSION In a slow, uninteresting game, Argentine defeated Shawnee Mission on the lat- ter's field. Argentine scored a touchdown early in the first quarter. The score at the half was 6 to 0. Argentine scored a safety and a touchdown in the last half. The final score was 14 to 6. ROSEDALE In the final game of the season, Argentine and Rosedale tied, 6 to 6. Rosedale scored her touchdown in the last few seconds of play. This game wound up the season for both teams. Argentine and Rosedale tied for second place in the North- east Kansas League and Argentine also got second place in the city league. About forty boys attended the annual football banquet given by the mothers. Seventeen letters were given the boys. Also, each letterman was given a small loving cup with the letter “A. H. S." engraved on it. Peter Innes was elected captain for the 1933 season.Ite u Ar shell. Mcncgay, Waters, Cathey, xhum, Miller, Jeftkins, Madison, Keyes Ire , Richardson, Brush. First Row—Craig, Innes, Second Row—Derrington Third Row—Dunlap, Ma! CHARLES CRAIG, Captain Quarterback PETER INNES Captain-elect Right tackle ELMER WINCHELL Guard GLEN MEN EG AY Right tackle JAMES WATERS Right end CHARLES CATHEY Half back CLYDE DERRINGTON Tackle WILBY KEYES Tackle MAURICE KETCHUM Left end DELMAR DUNLAP Center WAYNE MILLER Center ROBERT MASON Guard LOWELL JENKINS Left end JOHN MADISON Full back RALPH IREY Guard J. D. RICHARDSON Half back ALFRED BRUSH Half back FOOTBALL SCHEDULE .......43 Osawatomie .... .......12 Ward ........... .......25 Lawrence ...... .......13 Atchison ....... .......39 Pleasanton .... ....... 0 Wyandotte ..... .......14 Shawnee Mission ....... 6 Rosedale ...... Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Fifty-one■' ‘ £7 SENIOR HIGH BASKET BALL TEAMS First Row J. C. Shankland (Coach), Williams, Ferguson, Keyes, Salazar, Innes, J. C. Lonhorg (Coach). Second Row—Buckman. Dunlap, Craig, Hoover, Harris, Heatherton. Hiatt. Third Row—Trent. Cathey, Thomas, Hall, Cox. Madison, Ketchum, Richardson. This year was Argentine's second year of coaching by John Lonborg. The team this year had a fair season, winning eight games and losing eight in the regular season. In the regional tournament the team won the first round game by defeating Shawnee Mission and lost in the semi-finals to Wyandotte. The team tied for second place in the city race with Ward and won fourth place in the Northeast League. It opened the season against Manual High with a victory, and opened the North- east League race by losing to Leavenworth at Leavenworth. The city race opened with Ward defeating Argentine in a closely fought game m which the defensive play of both teams stood out. Argentine's second victory of the season was over its ancient rival, Rosedale, by a small score. In a return game against Leavenworth, Argentine was nosed out in the closing minutes of play. Argentine defeated Shawnee Mission in a hard fought game on the home court. After a closely fought first half in which the score was tied 11 to 11, Argentine got started and smothered Rosedale. In the most thrilling game of the year Olathe defeated Argentine in an overtime game Oy three points. Wyandotte's large and powerful Bulldogs smothered the much smaller Mustangs by a score of 43 to 12. Argentine got back to winning ways with victories over Atchison and Shawnee Mission. The return game against Wyandotte was much closer, but Wyandotte again de- feated Argentine. Atchison upset the Mustangs on the Atchison court by a score of 26 to 9. The Argentine team was badly off form. In the final Northeast League game against Olathe, Argentine won after Olathe had made a determined rally to tie the score in the final minute of play only to be nosed out. Argentine closed its season by defeating Ward 24 to 12. me Fifty-twoBASKET BALL FirsuRow Ketchum. Madison. Trent, Thomas Second Row- -Cathey, RichardM n. Cox Hall. GLEN TRENT Co'Captain Guard J. D. RICHARDSON Forward EDWARD COX Center JAMES HALL Forward MAURICE KETCHUM Co'Captain Forward JOHN MADISON Guard ROBERT THOMAS Forward CHARLES CATHEY Guard 1933 Fifty-threeJUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL First Row- Darnell, Riechart, Heckman, J. H. Nicholson (Coach). Van Brunt, Weber, House, Terry. Second Row Davidson, Post. Wilhm, Bean, Buckman, Bounds, Mason, Jones. Junior high school basket ball is the training ground for the future high school teams. The 1933 season was successful in developing several players who will make strong bids for places on the high school first squad in 1935. Of ten games played, the team won six and lost four. Total scores for the season were: Argentine, 163: Opponents, 138. The entire first squad, with the exception of Jack Buckman, will graduate out of junior high competition this year. However, reserves built up this year and new ma terial next year should bring a strong junior high team again for the 1934 season. SCHEDULE OF GAMES Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Argentine Turner ... Ward ..... Roscdale .. Northwest Wyandotte Northwest Rosedale .. Wyandotte Turner ... Ward ..... 1933 Fifty-fourS3 to BOYS’ “A” CLUB First Row—J. C. Lonborg (Sponsor). Fritz, Hall, Mencgay, Miller, Derrington. Second Row—Williams, Dunlap, Thomas, Madison, Cox, Winchcll, Keyes. Third Row—Irey. Cathey. Weaver, Baker, Dorrcll, Jenkins, Innes. Fourth Row—Trent, Osipik. Brush, Richardson, Craig, Waters. Ketchum. Olsccnc. The members of the Boys' “A" Club are leaders in the school because they stand for a type of sportsmanship that is high and they also possess much school spirit, with' out which a school could not exist. Any boy who has earned a letter in a competitive sport at Argentine High School is eligible for membership in the club. Activities of the club include a picture show and banquet which are given an nually. The officers of the club are: Charles Craig, president; James Waters, vice-presb dent; Wayne Miller, secretary; Alfred Brush, treasurer. TENNIS AND GOLF TEAMS First Row—J. C. Shankland (Coach), Cathey, Madison, Hall, Beeler, Culp, Loetcl, J. H. Nichol- son (Coach), Dorrcll. Second Row—Hansen, Osipik, Waters, F. Harris, Beer, Offutt, D. Harris, Fritz. Williams. Three lettermen are back from last year's golf and tennis teams. The golf team played several dual matches last year and entered the Northeast Kansas League meet held in Kansas City, Kansas. The lettermen returning: James Waters, Alec Osipik, and Floyd Harris. The tennis team played several dual matches and entered the Northeast League meet. The lettermen who returned: Roy Fritz, Calvin Dorrcll, and Gilbert Williams. Fifty-five TRACK TEAM First Row—Mcncgay, C. E. Swcndcr (Coach), Cox. Madison. Williams, Miller. Second Row—Winchcll, Derrington, Olsccne, Innes, Morris. Third Row—Johnson, Emerson, MacDonald. Haney. Hiatt, Taylor. Fourth Row—Cathey, Irey, Hoover, Trent, Fry. Tush. Buckman. Fifth Row—Woolery, Bush, Brush, Richardson, Weaver, Craig, Kctchum, Jenkins. More than forty men reported for the first track practice this year. C. E. Swender took charge again and prospects were bright as Miller, Brush, Baker, Olseene and Keyes, all lettermen from last year, were back to form a nucleus for the strongest team in years. Since Coach Swender came to the school two years ago the track team has dcvel- oped to a competent and efficient band of boys who work out every night with an abundance of willingness and fight. The inter'dass meet was won again by the class of '33 by a large score. The sophomores were second and the juniors third. The schedule included dual meets with Ward, Southwest and East; triangular meets with Ward and Manual; regional and Northeast Kansas League meets, and the Kansas University Relays. The boys who took part in the majority of the meets are: 100 dash—Richardson, Baker, Brush, Timmerman. 220 dash—Haney, Woolery, Olseene. 440 dash—Menegay, Hoover, Andrews, Innes. 880 run—Lusk, Tush, Bush, Miller. Mile run—Cathey, Miller, Salazar. High jump- Madison, Walker, H. Buckman Broad jump—Richardson, W x lery, Hultz. Pole vault—Richardson, Hiatt, Wells. Shot put—Baker, Innes, Askew. Discus—Haney, Miller, Keyes. Javelin—Miller, Beth, McCauley, Askew. High hurdles—Hultz, Irey, Hiatt, P. Buckman. Low hurdles—Hultz, Olseene, Woolery, Thomas, Ketchum. 880 relay—Brush, Hultz, Haney, Baker, Woolery, Richardson. Mile relay—Hoover, Lusk, Innes, Andrews. Medley relay—Richardson or Baker, Haney or Woolery, Andrews, Miller or Lusk. Fifty-sixJUNIOR GIRLS’ BASKET BALL TEAM First Row—Darnell, Burgoon, Reynolds, Beth, Thomas, Miss Ruth Dunmire (Coach) Second Row—F. Smith, O. Smith. Watson, Satterfield. Jones, Eisman. Gaither. The girls' physical education department strives to give the girls an "all round” program of activities, which arc most desirable for girls. These activities include gym' nastic games and tap and folk dancing, health instruction, posture training, corrective gymnastics, and seasonal sports. The sports include tennis, volley ball, basket ball, deck tennis, archery, handball and baseball. The Girls' Athletic Association, of which Helen Landon '33 was president this year, sponsors and manages all sports. The girls elect a manager for each sport. She is responsible for the choosing of teams and the intnumural program in her particular sport. This year the following managers were chosen: Volley ball, Alpheretta Gunn; basket ball, Frances Smith; minor sports, Edna Thomas. Points toward a school letter are awarded all girls who play on class teams in any sport. Five hundred points are needed for a class numeral, which entitles one to mem' bership in the Numeral Club. One thousand points must be earned before a girl re- ceives a school letter and is admitted to the Girls' “A” Club organization. The Girls' Athletic Association in every way tries to interest girls in the school in at least one sport which she may enjoy in her leisure time after school days are over, and does not try to develop a few highly trained athletes at the neglect of all the oth' ers. The aim is to aid every girl in participating in a sport she likes best. The annual physical training exhibition was given May 19 in the gymnasium Beverly Brown was crowned May Queen with Margaret Watson and Alpheretta Gunn as her attendants. The rest of the program consisted of folk dances, calisthenics, sport demonstrations, light and heavy apparatus work and marching. Fifty-seven 12. JO. 1. 2. 6. 15. 20. 22. 24. 29. 1. 3. 4. 10. 11. 11. 12. 14. 17. 18. 18. 23. 23. 24. 24. 30. 1. 1. 2. 2-3 5. 8. 9. 9. 9. 15. 15. 16. 16. 18. 20' 22. 23. 23. 23. CALENDAR 1932 33 SEPTEMBER School opened. P. T. A. show at Pershing theatre. Title of picture, “Is My Face Red?' OCTOBER Argentinc-Osawacomic football game at the home field Argentine Relief Association Rodeo at the athletic field. Girl Reserves meeting in auditorium. Argcntinc-Lawrcncc football game at Lawrence. Girl Reserves meeting in auditorium. Argentinc-Atchison football game at Atchison. Goodwill meeting at Wyandotte high school. Argcntinc'Pleasanton football game at the home field. NOVEMBER Booster and Pep Club barn dance at the Welborn Riding Academy. Argcntinc'Wyandottc football game j»t Wyandotte. P.-T. A. show at Pershing tl P.-T. A. bundle day for the Thrift Shop. A. show at Pershing theatre. Title of picture, "Divorce in the Family." Girls' Athletic Association meeting in the auditorium. Booster and Pep Club show at the Pershing theatre. Title of picture, "70,000 Witnesses. Argentinc-Shawncc Mission football game at Shawnee. Annual pictures taken. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. Press Club meeting in room 10 Press Club show in the auditorium. Title of picture, "On the Level." Senior High Camp Fire meeting in room 16. P.'T. A. Thanksgiving baskets distributed by members of the P.-T. A. Argentine-Roscdalc football game at the home field. End of Bicentennial celebration. Argentine-Wyandottc debate. DECEMBER Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. Argentine-Wyandottc golf dual. P.-T. A. show at Pershing theatre. Title of pitcurc. "A Successful Calamity.” Girl Reserves conference at Olathe, Kansas. P.-T. A. meeting in the auditorium. Camp Fire meeting in room 16. Press Club meeting in room 10. Girl Reserves show in the auditorium. Title of picture, "Sweetie.” Latin Club meeting in room 3. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. Football banquet in the cafeteria. Pete Innes was chosen captain for 1933-34. Girls' Athletic Association meeting in the auditorium. Argentine-Manual basket ball game held in the gymnasium. Christmas Cantata presented by the Glee Clubs in the auditorium. 21. Seventh and eighth grade parties in the gymnasium. Senior High Camp Fire meeting in room 16. Argentine-Alumni basket ball game in the gymnasium. Latin Club meeting in room 3. School dismissed until January 2, 1933. JANUARY 2. School reopened. 6. Press Club meeting in room 10. 6. Argcntinc-Leavcnworth basket ball game at Leavenworth. 7. Argentine-Ward basket ball game in the gymnasium. 8. Camp Fire meeting in room 16. 9. P.-T. A. meeting in the auditorium. 10. Argcntinc-Roscdale debate. 11. Booster Club line party and pot-luck dinner. 12. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. 13. Argcntinc-Roscdalc basket ball game in the gymnasium. 13. Junior-High-Northwest basket ball game in the gymnasium. 17. Argentine-Osbornc debate. 20. Girls' Athletic Association meeting in the auditorium. Fifty-eight9. 10. 10. 16. 16. 17. 17. 18. 22. 23. 24. 24. 24. 25. 27. ArgcntinC'Leavcnworth basket ball game in the gymnasium. Camp Fire meeting in room 16. ArgentinC'Shawnee basket ball game in the gymnasium. Argentinc-Paola debate. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. Rosedale'Argentine basket ball game at Rosedalc. Press Club meeting in room 10. Latin Club meeting in room 3. Argcntinc'Roscdalc basket ball game in the gymnasium. Open House. FEBRUARY Camp Fire meeting in room 16. Argentinc-Olathe basket ball game in the gymnasium. Press Club meeting in room 10. P.'T. A.-meeting in the auditorium. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. Operetta presented by Girls and Boys Glee Clubs. Title of operet .a. In Old Louisiana Held in the auditorium Junior High-Northwest basket ball game in the gymnasium. Argentine-Wyandotte basket ball game at Wyandotte. Booster and Pep Club party at Kaloka Country Club. Junior High-Rosedale basket ball game in the gymnasium. Camp Fire meeting in the cafeteria. Argcntinc-Atchison basket ball game in the gymnasium. Press Club meeting in room 10. ArgentinC'Shawnee basket ball game at Shawnee. “Big Broadcast” sponsored by the Booster and Pep Club in the auditorium. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. Wyandotte'Argcntinc basket ball game in the gymnasium. Junior High'Wyandottc basket ball game in the gymnasium. Girls' Athletic Association meeting in the auditorium. Argcntinc-Atchison basket ball game at Atchison. Argentinc-Haskcll debate at Argentine. 2. 3. 4. 6. 9. 10. 14. 16. Camp Fire meeting in room 16. " : b.i ” MARCH 23. 24. 31. Argentinc-Olathe basket ball game at Olathe. Argentine-Ward basket ball game at Ward. P.-T. A. meeting in the auditorium. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. Press Club meeting in room 10. Argcntinc'Piper basket ball game in the gymnasium, i o. Camp Fire meeting in room 16. 16' 17. Senior play presented by the senior class of 33 in the auditorium. Title of play. ‘A Dollar Down.” 17. Girls Athletic Association meeting in the auditorium. 16'17'18. Regional basket ball tournament at Wyandotte. 22. Press Club play in the auditorium. Title of play. "The Contest." Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. "A” Club show in the auditorium. Title of picture. ”U. S. Smith." Hobo and Kid day. Randall Doolittle, '33 and Wilma Dowell. 35 were chosen King Hobo and Queen Kid" respectively. APRIL 3. P.-T. A. meeting in the auditorium. 4. Girl Reserves banquet held in the cafeteria. 6. Girl Reserves meeting in the auditorium. 6. Quill and Scroll dinner given by W. A. Bailey, editor of the Kansas City Kansan, at the Gould Hotel. ... .. 7. Booster and Pep Club show in the auditorium. Title of picture, "Once in a Lifetime. This is the first talkie picture to be shown in the auditorium. 7. Star's Oratorical Contest at Convention Hall. Marjorie Vclls '33 represented Argentine. 7. ArgentineAVard track meet at Argentine. 8. Music contest at Wyandotte. 17-23. Music week. 27-28. Junior play. MAY 24. Senior High School commencement in the auditorium. 25. Junior High School commencement in the auditorium. 1933 Fifty-nineKg |tc? PEOPLE WHO HAVE PARTICIPATED IN PLAYS DURING THE YEAR 1932-33 SENIOR PLAY "A DOLLAR DOWN' Kenneth Woods Marjorie Wells Nathan Dix Helen Huff Charles Timmerman Wayne Miller Martha Reynolds Lowell Jenkins Dorothy Marsh Beverly Brown Billy Anderson Theresa Blair Ruth Purslcy COT Lewis Bclshaw OPERETTA—'TN OLD LOUISIANA Ncllc Easter Kenneth Wells Esther Hale Charles Timmerman Wayne Miller Wayne Bristow Lyman Kctchum Robert Bruce Lowell Jenkins Dorothea Colgan Milford Weaver Billy Anderson CW3 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAY—“THE LITTLE PRINCESS" Carol Cromwell Edith Evcrsole Jack Wilhm Helen Wintcrstcen Viola Gray Lester Halcomb Anna Walker Marianna Bcrn« Emory Cooper Maxine Cole John Broomfield Jack Francis Margaret Teufflcr Bettylu Madison Rose Corbett Carol Foster Rosalie Fry Warren Gibbs Betty Marie Jesse Edna Sumner Norma Wilkes Ruby Button La Verne Rawlings Maxine Stice Jean Woolard Eileen Gregory Julia Giebcr Hazclmae Sebo Lorraine Moberly Leona Barrett Emlccn Johnson Oma Smith Ruth Burns 33CJ3 JUNIOR PLAY—“HER STEP HUSBAND' Dorothy Thomas Mary Harmon Joe Frick Edwin Browne Dick Halcomb Wilby Keyes Sixty MEMBERS OF NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Janet Clark Helen OfFutt Bernice Wilhelm Elnora Stover Helen Spencer Russell Culp Marjorie Wells Martha Reynolds Anna Bender Wayne Miller Roy Fritz Beverly Brown Nelle Easter Helen Huff Charles Anderson Marguerite Metz Dorothy McHenry Edgar Lee Baker The officers: Marjorie Wells, president; Helen Offutt, vice-president; Roy Fritz, secretary; Wayne Miller, treasurer. JOKES Charles H.: My suspenders arc on the last stretch now. Mr. Brown (in chemistry): Bob, you arc starting off in chemistry as you did last year. Robert O.: Not exactly, 1 read the first chapter last year. Alma L. (dictating in dramatics): About my moneys----------------- Dick H.: When did you get so you could talk about money in the plural? Hazel A. (while giving a report in journalism class): He didn't sleep much; he just dozed about an hour before he woke. Miss Clcwcll: Billy, give the parts of the verb dive. Billy C.: Dive, dove, diven. Miss McCormick (talking about books that arc stored in your memory): Where would you put "Robinson Crusoe?" Leonard D.: Put it in the furnace. Mr Nicholson (in social science class): What is the cause of unadjustment in families? William D.: Mother-in-laws. Russell C. (talking about annual pictures): In the pictures why couldn't you let each student who is in the picture pay a quarter? Mr. Harmon: I'm in favor of that, Russell, except for three reasons. Miss Dale (dictating test in bookkeeping): Practically all typewriters arc employed in banks. Mr. Lonborg: Elmer, ask Mr. Brown for a bottle of ammonia. Elmer T. (after walking to Mr. Brown's room): Mr. Brown, coach wants a bottle of pneumonia. Slxty-one GIRL RESERVES' CABINET BOYS' INSTRUCTOR First row: Dorothy McHenry, Janet Clark, Helen Brill. Second row: Josephine Bennett, Frances Jameson, Margaret Foster, Ncdra Mayo. L. M. Davis MANUAL ARTS PROJECT CLOCK AND RADIO Ancient and modern ideas arc com- bined in this electrical “grandfather" clock, which has a built-in radio, made by Sam Reed '33 in the manual train- ing department. The clock, which is constructed of solid mahogany, is six feet high, four- teen inches wide and seven inches deep. Mildred Eikc 33 and Arthur House '33 have had perfect attendance re. ords during the four years of high school. Mildred has been absent only one day during both junior and senior high school. She was absent that on - day because of a death in the familv PERFECT ATTENDANCE Slxty-twoHEADS OF ANNUAL CLASS PRESIDENTS Three class presidents of last yea» were again elected presidents for this years. James Brady was chosen to lead the sophomore class; Wayne Mil- ler. senior class; and Alfred Brush, iunior class. The three new presidents arc: Jack Darnell, ninth grade; Clyde Andrews, eighth grade; and Margaret Harmon, seventh grade. Marye Ruth Webster and Ray Bur- ger were chosen as editor and busi- ness manager respectively of the high school yearbook for 1933. OPERETTA LEADS STAFF LEADERS Left to right: Herbert Haas. Roy Fritz. Mary Ruth Webster, Charles Anderson, and Ray Burger. These five students head the Ar- gentian staff, which consists of fifty- two members exclusive of those of the beginning journalism class. In the first year class, forty-two arc enrolled. First row: Milford Weaver, Doro- thea Colgan, Nell Easter, Esther Hale; second row, Lyman Kctchum. Charles Timmerman, Wayne Bristow, Robert Bruce. These students played leading roles in “In Old Louisiana," presented by the Boys’ and Girls' Glee Clubs. Sixty-three INDEX “A” Club, Boys' .................................................55 Activities ......................................................37 Administration ................................................ 7 Annual Staff ....................................................43 Art Club ........................................................42 Athletics .......................................................47 Basket Ball, Boys’ .........................................52, 53 Basket Ball, Girls' .............................................57 Basket Ball, Junior High.........................................54 Booster and Pep Clubs............................................45 Calendar ...................................................58, 59 Campfire Girls ..................................................42 Classes .........................................................13 Contents ........................................................ 3 Cuts from School Paper......................................62, 63 Debate Squad .................................................. 45 Faculty ....................................................11, 12 Football.................................................49, 50, 51 Girl Reserves .................................................. 41 Glee Clubs .................................................... 39 Golf Squad ......................................................55 Harmon, J. C., Principal.........................................10 Jokes ...........................................................61 National Honor Society...........................................61 Operetta and Plays...............................................60 Orchestra and Band...............................................40 Press Club ......................................................44 Schlagle, F. L., Superintendent.................................. 9 School Songs ...............................................26, 36 Student Council .................................................46 Tennis Team .....................................................55 Track Team ......................................................56 Typing Team .....................................................40 Views.....................................................2, 4, 5, 6 Sixty-four


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