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

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AnC1ENTlINI- HIC H SFHOOL K L. THE ARGENTIAN 1934 'vft iff' if 'JW Publi-Ll' fi by M - Y- 3. Q ., T ur: :V "lt, Ifzwzf xM ada'-ubidliwwqq f4059:l' ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL R " ' vid' " V ' 'W' f 'M-nv' - w-.Aff--A+'-'. Q 4 l.. n Q Ei F O EDT ATIDN PAST OR PREbF F CONTENTS ' ,1Ax,f Administration Classes 'vities and Organizations Athletics Th.-V11 'if BC k I 1 f- . Lvka . ' QQNT? '7 '.,n's iw: IZ.i:!:y1i R','.:':' F':f:. '. - r r Ixfvn fm"- THE SCHOOL V THE PRESIDENTQ CHALLENGE L4 'Y NORTH APPROACH mmwsw ff 4 NORTH DOOR '22 AIRPLANE VIEW dei' K4 1 J U JQU ADMINISTRATION J v J w 45' f 'Qi 0:19 D Q ...ag-.T ' ' 4714 W3 I jJX+f+z, An-sc X 1 16 1 311' gl I' xi! G I -ss J-L., ' 1 3 4 'f ' 'El , 4, 1 Y 11 1 - -.4 ,ri 7 Q 'i , x -t f - , V I' , XN1.1r11m n.1.,.I- 11 vw, .-,- 1. .-X1..1 Am., ..1..1 1.1 ...1..'., NNN: 1ul..1m., 14.11111-11111, 1111 ,-11wl1'111-. ,.,x XXJ.-1, 11.1.1 -I 11 1m.i.4u.v 11.11. 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SUPERINTENDENT P L SCI-HAGLE PRINCIPAL I C I-TARMON ' C. 'T C, ' '. ', - , " ,'ff1-?'?1?F:-"Qw?.5'?l?fA7T?'v. , FACULTY . V Q' Ig r,L-. ' 'Mar' . ":rt,M 4 '.nj-ss p. r. J. CI. n Q. 'J' M nz "Q ' ' . n, r. I. E, S 'cn r. MISS Cora Luce Georr etry I-hstory Mr Leshe Dav1s Phys1calEducat1or1 Vocatxons Health Mlss Mary Stewart Substrtute Shorthand Mxss L1lhan Ies sup Geography H1SlOfY Mr I C Lonborg General SCISHCS Athletrc Coach MISS Mona Walter Band Chorus Orche tra Glee Clubs Mlss Edlth S1mor1 Ar1thmet1c Algebra Mr C E Swender H1story QAWND Mr I C Shankland V1ce Prmclpal Const1tut1on Debate C1v1cs MISS Ruth Dunmlre Vocahons Health Phys1calEducat1on M155 Margaret Danneberg Secretary Mr A W Brown Chemlstry Physlcs FACULTY FJN8 -equea , qgwgug ta M115 form Lum M t-lat Dun Mis-. x v gnu: 154 Lxlln t u M Lo hor Mm o n XX llttr Mus: Fdlth Slmo M C xx dc I 5 I I ' I I ' 1 I I 5 t I ' I . I ' ' , g . . . , . I . ' I . - . . I . . I I . . I . I I I 1 I I A I ' 1 5 . . . , , . Mr. J. C. Shankland, Ivinss Ruth Dunmlrc, Mus M.xm.urct Dannclx-rg, Mr. A. XV. Br-mn. v : P- '31-99 V, 'A zlufl'-,, . LJ' ' "VE 'ff' ", .'5'f'!j'1 ' ft! f FACULTY Fx 'vt Mr Mr E S Hoover Biology Miss Edna Barnes English Dramatics Miss Grace Dale Algebra Bookkeeping Business Arithmetic Mr E A Moody Mechanical Drawing Trades Miss Edith Delaney Arithmetic Algebra Miss QJWKD Miss Stella Cole English Clothing Mr G C Brink Typewriting Short hand Mr V E Timmins Histor, Miss Bertha Plumb Clothing Foods Miss Bess Wilhite English M C l Richards Woodftork Miss Frances Taylor lou nalism English FACULTY v Mr. Hoover. Miss Edna liurrxtw, Mx-s firncv lrlzalc, Mr. lf A, Nlnmly. Miss lldnli llvlamvy. Miss t ,mtl ll--xxxrl, Miss yr lr Mcf':ixlv1xt'k. Maud Hewitt, English, Art, Miss Myrtle McCormick, English, Latin. I - - - I I 1 A U, ' A 1 ' I I - . ., lf.,i' , T , . Ali- f'l4ll,nfwl1.lV1r iv K, lil ill. Nl! Y l lwvvvim-. N11-slhrhi l'lv1v'xl1 NM-s ll-'sf XK':llx'rr. Mx 1- l. liul,:l,l-. Ms- lfmncf- 'Lu-1-1. NA , ,, A There s the art class dravun Prctures of brrds or a :ree Someone s expermmentrng On soaps m chemrstry Someone else rs drrllrnv On verbs rn Englrsh class Glee Club rs srngrng a sonl' Of a merry lad and lass ln gym a fast furrous amz: Of handball s being played In cookxnr class we see and smell The bread that s bemg madc In physics we re hurldmg brxdges In typmfv we test our speed In sewmg we learn how much Next everythmg s a Jumble Confusuon and hurry rergn Then a bell nngs there s order And class goes on again Rellgron morality and knowledge be1ng necessary to good govern ment and the happmess of manklnd schools cmd the means of educatlon shall forever be encouraged Thomas Iefterson 'kit It IS eshmated that the schools have never absorbed as much as four per cent of the natronal mcorne that Arnerlca spends about hve trmes as much for autornobrles as 1t does for publxc schools and that the proporhon of the natronal rncorne devoted to publlc educcmon IS lower now than 1t has been at any tlme smce 1922 - " N , . 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V I - , 'll 'k V , HARRIETT ANDERSON Wyandotte High School Basket Ball 1 Volley Ball 1 Argentine Booster Club 3 Annual Staff 4 Basket Ball 2 Press Club 4 Ar gentlan Staff 2 3 4 Mustang Club 4 Student Council 2 Vlce President Service Club 4 Campfire Assistant Guardian 2 Class Officer Secretary 4 Volley B l 2 3 MADGE BARR Westport High School Kansas Clty Mlssourl Voley Ball Basket Ball 2 Tennis 2 Camp flre 2 Girl Reserves 2 I LOYD BETH Football 2 Basket Ball 1 2 rack 4 Studen Pnuncll 3 4 HFI EY BRILL Basket Ball 1 hurl Reserxes :ce President 3 4 Ko ley l 1 ALFRED BRUSH otball 1 2 4 Art C A Club 2 3 4 Treasurer '4 Mustang Cluh 4 Operetta 4 Cantata 4 Glee Club. 4 Track 3 4 Studen C uncll 2 Qerxlce uh -4 Class Off ver P Malden! 3 4 NIILDRED BUBGOON Cf-ntral Iunmr Hugh School Campfire 1 Argentine Basket a l 3 Yo ey Ball 2 CLASS OF 1934 DKIE ANDREWS Art Flub 4 um ep Club 3 Xiustang tluh Operettn 4 Cantata 4 nlee 1 luh 4 Track 3 Student founmll Debate Squad 3 O atmlmnl in t t 2 Typing Squul Nltlu al Forensics League 2 3 4 ELDEN BEASLEY S udent Council R41 nu Club 4 HELEN BETH sket Ball rrpmo untata 4 e nn Resort es Y nlley Bull EDWIN BROWN! .- rt Cub 4 Pep Llulw 'l 'Xus fluh 3 4 Presulent 4 Argentun aff 3 4 4 Qtudent Council 4 Annual Staff 4 Qcnlor Play 4 RUTH BDRYQ Annual Qtaff 4 Junmr Ilax Pres-x Club 3 4 Argenuan Staff anc rm latin Cluh Student founul 4 Qertlce Club 4 Glrl Reseues W AN ETA CATHEX Basket Ball 1 Latin uh Glrl Reserves 2 Typxng Squad 0- Seventeen ,X : 1 . .' 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I' ll l"n1'n- .'i 'N he . 3, 41 v1.g 111111, :ng 49, ARI INE IORDAN I 1rl Reserxew 3 Typing Squad KIERTRUDE KELLY Argentlan Staff 2 Club 1 2 Operetta e Club 4 Gr 9 3 Campfnre 1 Annual Staff 4 4 La 4 Cantata Reservee 1 ELSIE KINGCAID Operetta 4 Cantata 4 Glee Treasurer 4 I OUIS LEHNIAN HARLEY NIACI FOD CLASS OF 1934 IIWIWIIE KARL seball 1 P 3 4 Bnke I ennm 3 4 Argent an aff 2 antata 14 4 Niuslc Contest 1 4 Xlutmn l 11:1 1 erator 1 Band 1 " 3 -l R11 Club 3 WILEY KE! EQ Otball 1 2 3 3 4 Mustang Club 4 lumux 1 lu sket Ball 1 2 3 4 Opens 1 ata J Track I 2 4 Sturlen In e Xluslt Contest 4 FY FI KN I -XRSON r Club 1 Upexetu a " 1 et 'NI uilc Content FRNIN LO0NllS E J um ent 11111141 adm C lub 4 11119 tm Leader 4 X gvntl 1n N11 4 -knnuul Sm TWV AVETTE WIADISON otball 2 A C ub Art Club 1 Operetta Bfwket Ball 1 2 Operetta 3 mana 3 Glee Club 3 c1r1 1 eww.-4 tantata 3 ee u G 3 Lampfire 1 Txpmg S1111 ul Z THICK 1 Ulm Lf'3d9l' 3 4 4 Claw Officer Secretary UURIVIHA NIANKIN NEDRA MAY0 asket Ball 1 2 Art! 1 -Kr entlan Qtaff 2 3 4 Lau un Club 1 ,, tw' Reseu u J Bows er u Y Ice I 3 4 Preiident 4 Student Cllumll re-ullent 'l Studs-nt Kouncl ., 4 Q i Cl b 4 T i x 1 nampllre 1 Nlumang Club 4 3 Efclsignguclub Afpng quu Wh riff Twenty one Ba , ,L, . 3 :S t lflll, V 12 T 1, 2, , Q I l 'A' A ' H Sf . 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' "2 if A JNL" 11: A ' 31: M' , .L ,ag 1611 an 'TN CLASS OF 1934 Bl D NIPCAILEX Club 4 Basket Ball 1 Glee Club 4 Track 3 4 Qtudent Coun Gxm Ieader 4 BI' RNII If WIFRW IN L e-retta " 3 4 Cantata 2 3 4 ulee Club 2 3 4 Girl Reserves u IC Content 2 3 4 BII I Il' 8lI'lI HFLL b 4 Baske B Ti-nnls 3 Argentian Staff 2 3 4 iuntdvl 4 Glee Club 4 Glrl Re Q uw 1 2 3 Typlng Squad 3 Mustang Club 4 Annual Staff 4 BOB OI SI' LN I' uotlnll A L u 'Z 4 Upelletta 3 4 Canta T Nl IXINI' Plillla 1 eserw es Tx ping quad II IROI D ROIH STFIHLN NIBADF otball 3 Club asket Ball 2 3 4 Tenms Argentian Qraff 2 3 4 Track 3 bo f ll I ILS NIIII l'R'I Mustang Llub 4 Qdntdta c lestrd 1 Z Radio uh Clive Offuer Xue Pre-sldenl 4 C5111 Ieuler 4 I I'Hl4 RINI4 WIORRINOX I SDI XIII' lKI'NII'I slnll spllngs High Nrlmul N-and ling-. Ukl ilmm A l en 4 lub l me-rettm Z 'in a L L, ee ul: 1 ' nt. lounul 2 'XIuQ1c tontesl L heel leider 3 'Xlasques 1 lub 3 'N atlon Ll 1-lunor Sm new 3 krgen Una 'we mor Plfn Qtualent Qoun lu -Xllil' RI'IIH sk9t Ball 1 1 mse 3 Mustangilub 4 K Xl HRX N RIC' AARD Auhison High Qnhuol Atlhinon ansds lrl scones French Club 1 2 Thealreilub 3 Ulatornfxl Contest 'Z -Xrrhery lub 2 Argenune LnlRese1x Q -I Annual Staff 4 Twenty two ofa 4 l'll'l!N N1l'll'Rl'll'Ill NX eil Iunmr High whnol Ups-1 A fan Glee C' 1 :I Re-Herxe-1 1 Treawurer Prf-widen! of XY A C Argentine Student iounmil 4 Twplng Qquad 'Z Basket Ball 3 Xolley Ball 'i 4 IRPNF SHFRRY nsket Ball Xrzentlan 'K hirl Reworxe Stu dent tuunmll Xolley Ba UH! NNIITH 1 X Bmll 4 Xollex B R 7 3 4 Stude Mlunfxl 4 C ' me Off1cPr Sem rf-t'1r5 X 12 nn lu NI Fl!! R lNlR0l'llll' WI I'll0Wl XS nor ' ms e '11 nl na 'Ixpmg Q -. 4 Q HXIIIKXN N XNIDI-RUI'll . Nl XR! lkl' l' N XINUX 1 Xnnxm N11 f- Xfgfhlllh rl I le :sv K Amp! uf t un 4 1'-1 1 IX n Ilfbu e CLASS OF 1934 WAR! st UTT IRANFFN SYIITH Qkvt B ll lbpmm 'x .1 mx ' N .ang I 1 0 1 e-fu-r ef-1 N u dent n Incl h el ner 1 umpflre 3 W OODRUN STFPHFNNON ntll unlux lgh Nm nm 1 uh Pan lo 1 kr entlne- in m Ie-ruler -l K 1+ a a 1 Q ll'Sl IP TI' HRX lPp1 1 nkot Bull 4 If A, e V14 k INI4 ontest I' IDN K 1 IHNI KN H 1.-. s m YIR1 INIK Y XIGIIX HDI-ul .ny-,H onn . rll v I l'U N I' I I N 1 N t l nu'1l mtf N rl A g, A g.: ntl an Aff N lh QU mug N nad 3 fl l'r. .sure-r 4 r Twenty three O ett'. 13 ' lata, lg ilub. 1: Ui' .' ' .. , 2, . . 21 , ,. i ' . A. nn. H . 2, 3, 4. '-re.. X ME-r .,' , . ' 1' Lvg 3. , I Il. 43 I':antnt'. 3, 43 B1 at -r Uluh. ' ' ' L" ' ', .,, , ' 'H' ,, 2, 35 Musk' 'lul'. 45 tllv Uluh. ,K 4 "' ' "' 3, 4: lli'l R . V ., 2, 3. -I3 .'l - " ' 1' L "l, -MC 6611.111 -, 45 N R, 'Ql'f-t 1 . 2, 3, 3 ' ,' ?llI. F0 'z I .I ' ' H' .' -I I: .X t 3. Lgtiirl f-SPrveS, L., , 1 nt Pl , 1: Hi-Y, 1: . l' Clul, 1. ' 3 Hz., ' . ' 1 ', i E ' .Z . . . 1 .J1-x'- Zi: .lnxtz g I' b, 4. Mt . 1: Cant L.. -lg Hee Club, 4. ' 'Iul, 2, 31 1NIuStang:l'lul-n, -I2 1-lI'I.' 'J ' . ' .0 H13 z . 2, 4: Hi-Y, 1: D1 -r- f-lt' 43 Cantata. 4: Glsw l'luh, 4: 'I' . - , 23 Mlm' I' I1 1lYm l.v:uIr-V, 4 Jul' Ilnyg Rzsk t R.l,1. 25 I ' ,- V' 111:-.-1'1uh, Zip Hpere-lla, 35 Cn um, --A11 f-'uh 3' 4: 1,414.1 3111, 1. 113 Hlrl Iinsf-rvps. ZZ. 74: Studs-nt 2- 3' 4: g!u,1,.,,! 1-,,un,-51' 45 5.-I-yi.-.B 4"'ll 'il. 1. 3 42 'J ' -fluud, 3. 1-lub, 43 Ynllf-y Hull. l. 2 34. 3. lg 1'1u.-Q Uffl -nr, 'Tre-:1.'urvr, 1. .I .. I . . . A1'lI'lllll,1I1 1: - H:alI.l,11.31 :Url It-N-vnw lg Typing Squn-1 'I-, gg, Ji, Argl l'1ll Fluff, 3, ZZ, fl lg Laurin Vlulv. lg Girl li--sr-xx -S l 1. 25. 43 In-I1 1- Squu-1. ll 4'll1"'l' lfgul-rv lg I':unplire- 1, 2, fi. I . i. I' '. ' .' .' Mlslung Vluh, 4: 1 .1 .' : ff, ,L 'I. ,C 91 I-lfnfkr-I Hull, 1. 2: 31 J W 1 VP, Vinh' 2' 3. Must. , g 5-lub 4: Hlull. 11, 3 43 Lutl 'lub, l. L33 ,UI K 5 . -t 4- BM.-k 13111, 33 up.-rvlla. 4: Funlnla. 431: 9 Vluh, br?-,-, Vluh 2' '3. 4. Q ,.,, , 45 wiirl I:-,f rvf-s. 2.31 '14 Airf-, SU h Z' 3' 4: st ll I 1.Uum,il' 4. S51 SI If-n I' mn-11. 2: Mm.-1' 'onl 1-V - A-,I 4. Umm U -i,.,.,.l I4-rl, 43 Sw 'i1-f- vluv. -13 - zz . ' I: I. ' ' ' Squznl. l. ' ' .9 . f ,asv -qv :ai "iN'gz, -Q.. 3 '95- f-fav fs KT 'W' 'xdv ,gb If -C2 CLASS OF 1934 I llll Xl l'Nl' lxll HPI Xl 1 lvsmx .5 Nlumle-n XCNFN nn NON Wing B ske-1 Ball 4 1 1rl Reserves -I ll f H 4 urivnl tuunul lllbli WIN!- ,N,,,g,,,, gm ll KIMN li N00ll'RY 'I l lm ual tural u,l huul 14 LII umllmll 'Pla k 1 Bdqkvt B nun 1 4 4 I I KI I KLORI I' BAKPR ' l Nm mn J lu 0015111 .g u N 4 Xrgen I S1-let Bill Oper ta dntiti ee u Q-'Illllll N .5 4 Mustqng Club 4 XRI Ulll' DORI URDHIXI1 ' mu, 3 Biisebxll X -al nl. X I q , A ' lnnlw Alt JUL NIUORL lynx ll U lqpuxgqpy Axgenum Niall' J -l Ntudent ounul I LORI' Nl I' llI"l0N URBX srxluu umm 3 an A 8 , ,,, 1rl evxu-s 4 sgudem , ouncll 4 nn on on ,, mpflre I resident 4 Twenty four wg 3, fl 5 3: '1...iI.'I',l, ' V V N 4li'l c .- -vs, 1, 2, 'z .' l A -. I-' . - l'4n11m'il, 43 Svrvi1'f-lfllllx. 13 Ty 3 4 . 3 Q' f I , ' Sq ml Il. 4, Vluss Hi' i--V, '1'r'-11s- gt ' 4, 'J V urvr, 12 f X fm . nw.-ss l'lull, 4g .xl-H ': .i 'fr, - A ' 41 , 2, Il, 45 :lpn-rl-tin, 4, t'.ntzla, 45 K' '1' I -. 1-1 fl sl- g - A U - 4:l1-.- Vlulu, 4g Stl I- 1 Cuunn-il, 41 11' 1 - ,13 - 4- , 3 f, all 4 ,,, A " Hzlnfl, 1, 11. il. -lg An zl Stuff 4, 13 Uanigilgg., 1, Q,-C ljllhll :ml S--rlll, l. I f ' RA 4 'll . . .EN 5 ' L1 3 llvl Lil. Higl ,"l I, lvl H' . F' 4 2, 3, 43 " Cl 13, 2, 3, Q 'IW-xns: llumlnul fluif, , I - 43 335- 4 , 23 et , 3, 43 , tim-: .lulliur Play: lllve- Clulz, 4, 1" 2 1, 3. 43 Gl Cl IJ, 3, 4g twmlulu. 4: Upewtlu, 41 Latin Track, 1, 2. 43 Student Council, 2, Vlull. l: Arg, 'a .'tu1't', lf, 3, 4. 2 5 ,-. , , , CII. . I "l'll l,llu,l,. I ,. . . lip'-Vvllsn. 1, Zi, 11 Vunlilu. 2, 3, 4. , .. , , . HAY' l'2 111.1-w VI-ull, 'il .ll1,'lRll'-I l-sl, Vlllf' 3'dll': Hhajkn 13.11, '1?'2' 3: A Ll , ,' ,"f,"'Q""' "- " 4' l' "5 HAH' 'rl Ll. 41 up--ma, 3, 4: Can- 'w - ' ' ' mul 3, 4, mee 1-lub, 3, 4. ,cf l 2 l - -- Y .-' A" U A ul 'V ' 1 N, . -' - .f1IJ"1', ', 43 C" !'!, 3 4, A l'w-p Vlulv. l1'l" lis, 22 'I'r:u'k, 1: Ll H 2- 3- Q L' U4 mrlf. :g ln-.-ll.-sm., :Q lm,-lull mn, C ' . 1 hhfv 1' 1 .t, 3, 4, V I, sf .1. 1.1 4'-fum-il, 2, SH I1 1 2, 3: GIPP Plub. 3 4. SENIORS WITH NO PICTURES CLI-XSS OF 1934 SCHOOLS REPRESENTED CLASS OF 1934 V JI --S S 4 M-Sv-MfSfS-M' I L 9 L IN CLASS 5 FxrstRuxx Buzltr Broxxn Dillon llnrhx Dir vm f .rr Cdullv. Bndl x Amend St ond Rxrxx H lwhe Dwlmn trnslu Bnrtl Alunsun Lmlmru H Andtrwn lallqxhan De con 1rd Roxx Bwb uk Html r H form w. iurlun JWLL 1 lltiuu 'Kndtrlun uunh Ruxx Bula Bmdv D rlt rn fqmgb ll I Dxxnr 'K n it Roxx Wilson B lt u mm hxlxlsnixx Bnttunulx, funn uve. 'K funn. This year the iuniors held their annual dinner dance for the seniors at the Quivira Lakes Clubhouse This is the third year the party has been held there Approzamately 120 seniors and 180 lumors attended The affair was financed through the receipts from the lunior play Required subjects lor the Junior year English lll Science Cchernistry or pliy sicsl ln an office course shorthand and typewriting may be substituted for the science QJWND The total enrollment of the Junior class lh1S year is 188 making 1t the third smallest and fourth largest class of the school :rat R xx usst rnxm I lvlir t Mu n nu Pmlur Rupdrd lvlurphx. lvl f'.xnliy Ltsx r n Rm Mc tnry lm r x Mnttll my Martin l.4M.1r R xlxune 'llnnl Roxx MLnu..1v M Fld n Lan xl n orxur u Mn l d Pri L M Donald Mmmx M mrth Ri xx xun n r u i 11 R1 lmrdsnn .mtrson L il r iii R xx lddx R tr r lur 5 n hu M Km hr Puxx ll lx i Rm xx J unrn. alll xx uns 1 1 .1 nn lrm L in un 5 v CLASS Twenty ueven Q Y g, A " Q 1: "s 'If-'SE A' '-f ', ', V , x A-L.. fa , 1' . ', . uf. l . ."c '- cr ', . , I ' , . ' , . ' , 1' 'g , L . Th '-- cv, ' c, .l 'llj.la ,It-'--,u.1-rag.--. - . F '-- "r, 'H y --1 f' xi: , Iulc. ll-ad,.llu. Ffh '--' , uc,Bckl' ,l -. , I it-ll,B-l'...I -lly 1 Constitution 1-2. Physical Training 1-2. 1 F xr R '-ll, Nu . . L-nxr.utc, . lm'z. . .2 0: a , 1 -, ' ,, Q ,' , Scan J 1 '- '. K c , lvlusur Mcll',',Mc!:. if ' rl . ' . .' ' . C " . ' 'f ' "',. Q. -, is 0 , N '-'. acc-1. 'c', c ' , ', JV. Fx f --Nl , Rust' lm in gl , Rn-gtln , Rlmmv-1. M. C ' . , P' r ' , U : , Reed. Fil U -Pr ng' 3, Mn mu, R. Mrllt-1 Rx: . dm ,l Q xl , 'c . 5.21 1' Mr? ',M li-'s,lfx. ,lJ.Mll--,Ms ,' cc, :J . CLASS 935 I' IIXX 1 I' Twenty elght 1111 1 11 1 1.4 S1m1r IU I 1 II IIII I' 0. I HI' 1 IUU AI CLASS OFFICERS I D R1chardson Frank Ilflk Elma Macleod Pres1dent Vlce Pres1der11 Eugene I-hatt Cheer Leader Mlss Cora Luce and Mr A W Brown Sponsors QJWKD The fllth hour glrls COYISIIIUIIOH class mstructed by I C Shankland V1S1I6d the State Pnson at Lansmg Kansas Aprll 10 Whlle at the pr1son they exammed the k11c hens IV1 both the women s and men s pnsons The purpose of th1s tnp accordmg to Mr Shankland was to enlarge the lc l d now e ge of the g1rls as tc, how law breakers are dealt w1th 111J 9 11 11 1 1 1 IJ .111 1 and 1111 T 11 .1 111 1 11 Ir J r 111 Ron 1n .1 1 1 11n1 1 1 II111111.1 R H1111 dr 1 1 11 l11 11 Il 1 1111 1 111 1111 1 11 bnphnn I1n 111 CLASS 1 935 I , ' , ' . 1 r i - V- T IDI fi R ' IV'I'1' .flr1If1r1.I'I11ll:1111,I, Frziry, Iflvl' Q. Tmx Tqg1111', JT I, . " . v5k11'11111I R1111 HIII. I 11s, ll111s1I1c, 511111. 11 XY 1' s11'11. Hcztl '11111. fI11lv111. l"I1s1lI1r. I'I1111I Il -11 V,,'Il 1:15, XY1s'11:111, 'lCr11-'1vI11111I. H.1111'1'. I1.'v, XV1-1I, XVl11'1'I1-1, NV.1lI11'r, H11Il. I'111111I1 H1111 'l.1I1I11'1'1'1, .I wr,-, 6111-11, I'f1'I11111. 11. IfII1111, 11111-.11, I'1111cI1111s1111. ,Y H ,, ...Secretary and Treasurer 1 - - 1 1 1 - . N - . I:11s1R1111 S111 ,lf fI11111r. .ful x'11zg1'l1,I. I'-1111II F1r411s1111. KQNI111111 K1I 11 . I'I,1f1 ld, H S 1' R ' - 11 111111 . I'I1111l.1, lQ111J111. A1111 -. Svc.. XK'1111l.1d. NY Q, '11II1' , 'II 191 :'l's. IX' ll. 2.11. Hz111:.S.1l1:.11.-I1,-1115 s. lf111111l1 mx' " d, F1lws, XX' Q , M1 1-'.1v, H1l:, C1I1gA S '1I, H11 . S1 c, lfmrs ' 1 1 s, -1 k s. 1 I 1 11, -1 CLASS 936 1rstRmx Brewer Bur Burton f :thu fhxlds R rd Blllws Aram n Brrn P 1 :cond Rem I rn B rkt Burun irund n Dwnlu F And r If az In 1rr.m N Bllur mtkttt nmllr R Am r n :rd Ram C I, Ls X xnrv x pg Lf an cr Lua nrnc ,cr I udsun Hcar-.I K Ilx ll I3 mlmln mirth Ron flstu Bull E y L F nd Lcrnlr CLASS OFFICERS lack Darnell Pres1dent ack Post V1ce Pres1dent Peggy Henn1nger Treasurer Dorothy Hall Cheer Leader QJWKD A new feature has been added th1s year to the vocatlons course wh1ch 1S a requ1s1te for sophomores Each student was requested to brmg a guest speaker to represent a prolesslon or occupat1on Th1s was to g1ve the classes f1rst hand knowledge of the l1nes of work Some of the speakers were W1l11am Reed, lawyer and state representatlve Mary Shotwell ofthe Y M C A em ployment agency R S Pero of the Y M C A Fxrst Row Morrison Rx 9 Monroe Mcflormlck Ro vntvmrrl h M nrr R DI Nliahr Po t 0931 r Sr ond Row Modrell Rene ar M n aw. Rutlrd P Mun A Ur za I 7 p Rr an Pl Ir 'Ihlrd Row Mrxrrl M Kmc Inns' Rohm on P A I Nlmdox Pr mn Rn ourth Rom M f lx rn Md 1 n Nhddletc n Fcr u n Rn tr IN Jnnlwur A u Num r Flfth Ron Morlty lvi z Rx n Rum Id Dorrtr 'vi I :mx CLASS 1936 V Twenty nlne T F- -- - . , , , :Q 3 , ag , , , , " S.. , vi 1, mtl.-y. S ' e 5:1 ', ll ', 1 , I 1 fl . . rj, 4' sun IIPYIIYILI, Cf: uns, Ill: , E. Iakgr, Cl ' , . 1 ' , C ' ' ,Chi wf 4, , Ir so . Th' '- - Ir:u', Barn' , I 'z '-, Cu, A sl'txn, Ll up , flash, '7 zrlv, D1 ll, fit Ilclx, Un' . ' In 1 vc nr x F '-- Il ' , sp , Him, .nu s, I I Ll. Agnes Smith ..........,.................... .......r.v,,.....,.............r....................w......,w.......... S ecretary 1 1 r 1 -"- ' , . . , . . . , '- . C . , so . S wi . rv . 1 JI. . . Q . , Y A C '- .. 1 , f- as Q.. r' 1. . . pc .. x r Rza, 'ir , Ima 'Af s, C ' . '.j , 5 , c'r, .' ' cs . 15. F 'f cjw: , '51, 1, gsu, V. '1' g,M1g K, .' tw: 'f ', cz ja, 1-fs.. '..cl , 1 I ' X L CLASS OF 36 First Roxx Hayes lynch Fxllespxe Luna Harm n Flerrmm Falthcr K ochcl Kendall Second RowfGee Kcycs Hoxx ard I. ston Lrhman Hogan H ldcnrmch Lexus Ha c'm1nn Foxx r Thxrd Row Henmnger Hall Jenluns Foster Cru Hard Grxmes Ladenbur cr L xhson Lampc King Heckman L1 htfoot Kallars Fourth Rovx Kirkpatrick Garrel Franklln Fnschcr Garcla Fallun House Horton Thirty It 1S 1n the sophomore class that students beg1n to plan erther college pre paratory or offlce courses Requrred subJects 1n the sophomore year Enghsh ll Scrence Cbrologyj Vocatrons l 2 Physrcal Tralnmg l 2 Sophomores are also offered b1ology the f1rst requ1red SCIGHCS class Th1s year numerous arurnals ahve and preserved have been added to the depart rnent, among whlch were a palr of sword talls about twenty l1Ve guppyles f1fteen perch, chubs clams a baby snappmg turtle and Water plants for the aquanum Some of these were brought rn by students and others were bought w1th the laboratory fund CUT1OS1l1eS ranglng from snakes to eels may be found 1n th1s rmnrature museum wh1ch harbors such rare specrmens as ha1r worms red sna1ls and gu1nea plgs Thomas Smlth ond Rmx Sandtrs M XM:-hfr Saundtr N halcn L Sr vll Schuller Twlrvr Thlm S x r' Tanner Stroker WC tfwll flurd Roxx Vcdros Smuth Svuthvrldnd Wnlhm Thoma A Smnh lMnnlng.h1m Shmr Str km Four h R xx Woodward Shulm 1 h Vkmr S hlult mr Sl uuldmg Strutzcl Pxflh Ron D Suxrll Whxtr Thoman Van Mol Sulh 'I fry C lkchcr CLASS 36 V '- .1 .Af I.-'. H, ,I x - , ' . ' . i' . . " . C' ' , 2 - , 1 P, ' '- ' V , ' , . 1-,'. . ' , 51' . 7 s . . fl I 1 A I 1 k 1 V V 1 -7 1 1 1 - I, , . I I - I - I 1 I ' . . - 1 - 1 A 1 1 1 - First Row--XVr1ght, Whyte, Schwhvl, XY1nn1nf:h.4m. Saler. Stcphvuson. South. Stott, Wrldman Sri '---. l ,. -s. Y: , AK ,Q . ., , lx ..'ex'a.. ' . l ' , ' S . . ' '--f- ,. ,lt ' ' 's. .. ,V '. ,.v.- . fr' ---- 7 ' ,. "gr, ' ,fr 'C",:WI ".. . ' ---. '-, ,' ,H ,':',I. ' . CLASS 1 37 Frrst Row Bcemont Ashluck Bmtman Fhrldcrs Andrews Buns Cromwell Bordncr Baum P' Danxcls Lorman Second Ron Benton Cam Cole D1-nlwrd f lmrlc Barrett Crockett Thlrd Row Leonard Babcock Blllug Bu ton Baker C orhrtt Loons Buclcman E B1lccr Fourth Rom Barnes Brrnk Derrmqron Chrxsunc C amphcll Cooper Coney CLASS OFFICERS Clarence Baker Lester Halcomb Mananna Berns Fmory Cooper QJWKD Presldent Vxce Presldent Secretary Cheer Leader The freshman class has an enrollment of 156 students and IS the smallest class 1n the school A speclal freshman course IS CIVICS wh1ch IS a reqmrement for graduatron 'llus course treats soclal proolems and the structure ol the government and lS the hrst course of thls type offered ln the school 1 t Rrnx tml rn Krllr Ictt Krnnrdw f nm lex Fultz Hal nm d 1 nn x un a n fre :ry Eur lc Frxun Franc: ml Rr x rn Ht lcmun Harms l'1 x ffrdun u rh R x Hn Hart lsn I lr ra Fllcrumud H rnandcz Ha ner CLASS 37 V Thlrty one t v l 1 ' '- . '. . , '. ', ' ..I , . 1: U., lohn Macleod ,.....,w,,.w,,r.. ...w..,,,r,,r,r.......,.........w.,r,,c.........................,.w,..,.,......... T reasurer I . . . , . - I 1 rs - Fr' 1' clts. Fmtcr, Frv. flrav, '. , . l S , C tv 'effort Rum li hhs. Kull gsxwrrh, Fr. lc, -lout , fllhso , S gr , -' sn , . , ' 's. Th rx H.: sun. H. ,lulrn-un. L. johnson- 'C 1 , : 1 U., I- , Hmxc. Fu r m' jrssuc als, . ,lor j , S: r ', " 'n , c ' ' , h . CLASS 1 937 nrt Rox Pri C Nlont mn ry Phnlhps Mull vn Lconard Mxnlrxn Schlmchur lxla! xxs Rn, IH Lax cnck Srxnd Rnxx Lxdm Manlrmn gpcnlxr Klllm sxxmnh Lon Mfvhrrlx Llsun Pxaxxlm Smnth Mxxn Thxrd Rnxx Qcho Qhutt Pflllll Maclncwd Pllfkli 0 Dnnncll Ru om l'ourthRoxx Qalazar Landon Lcuxcv Muller Purrmton Maxhcll Pncrcc lx'lcDonald Fnfth Roxx Pct r mn Maxon Lalcc I. Smnh M Km Prmcc Thlrty two CLASS Thls year the freshman class sponsored a pay assembly The B1g Broad cast, 1n Whlch members of the class 1m1tated radxo favontes The money was used for the 1un1or hlgh hbrary fund QJWKD Some of the stars of the a1r who were portrayed were Kate Smlth Elnora Northam Blng Crosby Olln T1ppet Ruth Ettmg Margaret Teufler George Burns, Lester Ervln, Gracle Allen Maxme Cole Baron Munchausen C lay Brown Sharhe lack Francrs Rosa Lee Bell Betty Harr1son Rudy Vallee Donald Messenger Walter Wlnchefl lerry Ltston Three Lrttle Words Betty lessee Dorothy M1ller Ruby Button Betty Boop Ruby Button Ethel Shutta Dorothy Studdard loan Olson Helen W1ntersteen Stoopnagle and Bud C lay Brown and Emory Cooper planxst lean Woolard Furs! Roxx Zollm sr Rnuth Wolf llullx Bujdfnd XX nlard XX1Ilxo:r Xhntrr teen in Sscond Roxx Weber Wnudhcad Tulcfl r gumnrr l Taslrr Vllll Txxr'floPIl Nmurh 'lhlrd R xx Thom1 Q ddlllh Tpp rt M Trxl ll rll XX 111 hrll Qluxrn murth R xx 0 xxfzrnl Vu! hn r T u 1937 F S 'sf' 'c. g c ', Lam. , . sf , a l ' , ' '. hc , -'U 'f .' " ' .-. an 2' V . 1. ' M " ui, C . :C -cr , - '-- ,K , '. ' . ' . Sc '- 'f- es.. ' , .cg-. . - xx . I - H . . . . . . I 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - I I I f f I I 1 I 1 1 f 1 - - I 1 ' . '--- 2 ,. . l . ' rs.. :x ' . 'rv , '. ' . ' S, 4 1 V lt '- . ', . v ,. . ,. ' 1 , ' ams. ' uw- .s..u , 1 r. . zvur, ' s ' c s. Fu ru - XX nd " , 1 Q . Pr nz. :rg 0. 'Sw CLASS OF 938 Fxrat Rom Broomfxcld Card Burrh Rdcmolr Ardcrson A hlock Bruner Avenll Delaney Bonnet! Second Row Allen Badvkcr flark L Andcrtrn Cramfzrd Barton Brxnx Bahcoclr Arnold Third Row Cleaver B Cash Baird Chmpcll Blick ffmpcrthwaxt Bolce A Broun Mock Fourth Row Claxton Brlstow Burns Confrrt Clmc fran Butler Curran Fnfth Rove Beton Moore Bastel Lornell Snxth Row Barnes M Anderton D Brown Carpenter Barnes Bradbury T Cash Curran The elghth grade class sponsored a beneflt assembly 1n February, pre sent1ng two plays, Alphabet Soup, whlch concerned the natxonal reconstruc t1on orgamzanons, and Mother Goose Rhymes Th1s money was used for books to be used ln the Jumor h1gh Engllsh department The total rece1pts of the assembly were S32 55 Those who part1c1pated 1n the program were Ruby Mae Rlchey Laverne Saunders B111 Sandels I1mm1e Hammer Velma Henney, Thomas LSWIS Carol Crawford, Pnce Steph enson lohn Broomheld Ervel Cleaver lay Thomas, Frederocl McCarty Mllton Webster, Frank H1cks, Iunxor Schoolmg B1lly Dugg1ns, Floyd Thomas, Mary Frances Carol Wayne Amold Thomas Gregory Thomas Mart1nez Margaret Harmon Dorothy Beton Ohve Maxme Sm1th V1rg1n1a K1ng, Maxme Markula Elnora Hams Flonne Cra1g Dorothy lean Gould Iewel Huff, M1ldred McDougall and Bemlce Ge1ger Second Rom A hlock C 0 s Dau f l H1rrv Fu huson Hudson Famer Harper Fersley Hammrr Thlrd Row Fulltr Letcllur E stcr Fully H rn w H an Fsans Horst mirth Rmx P me Huff f r nx :md H t 1 nn l: xun Hull Cro: ory Frm c Fnlth Rom Harm: n Frank H mmcr ' fl d Sixth R vt Ho an Reed Raxxlm s Dcspll n f'rmlfl1n lkrrm r D 1zL Hortcn nl CLASS 8 V Thlrty thru 1 'N' I . .1 11 . I -' . S - 1 I 1 - '- . . I' . . r . f 'f . 1 1 A '. . - b - . A , -. T 11 . I' , I 'g. 1 , 1 . ' 1 1 - 1 - 1 - ' 1 1 '1 - 1 4 - . 1. 11 . . . . . 1- 11 - I I I I I - I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 Fnrst Row-Long, Doollttle, Dnolnrtle. Frans. Green. Dugums. Hohner. Hollingsworth, Harris. Haney. . '- S , Us , . -5, In j.--rat, . s. 1 Q ., - ,1'v , , ' , 'H ' . N , a , I.: f. 1' '. Hu: . . " I . F '---r a , .. 1 cc -: , on z, llhff 1 'Y " 1 - - fl '. s . '-f-1 f, ', 1 ',2n1l. .' 412- Q , . " L, :i,'z.., ":v,1', 1. 1 CLASS Furs! Roux Rogers WlCkCfah3m Tanner Wcdur Vvchstcr j D Thon as Tallcv Ros: W rthm ton Riggs Second Rov. Slavcns Standxsh Stewart Poolcer Magxll Strnlzcl Price M Smith Worrell Rlclcly Third Roux Sxclrler Wheeler Bylan Perkins Wlllllams 0 S-'mth Saunders Schooling, Fourth Rov. Phillips Pructt Stanley QYYIC' land F Thomae Warnngton Price Thirty tour B11ly Leep CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Lo1s Burns V1ce Pres1dent Treasure Lloyd Secretary Leland Lynch Treasurer QJWKD Thls year the e1ghth grade class had an enrollment of ZOO makmg 1t the second largest class 1n the school Thls IS ln contrast to the other Jumor hxgh classes, the seventh grade rank mg fourth largest and thxrd smallest 1n the school CLASS 19 8 Flrlt Rom Slmonf Larson Ochlerl Llmd Males L Moore Lcunw McCar!v Martinez Wlhil Second Ron Worthington Vernon lolnv B Mllcr McDougall I Muller Markula Kenh M McM1llan Mason Thnrd Rrxx Sandels Letp Lynch XX lXflCMlll1l1 Km N Mzllt KLANI1 K llw G VI ore Stoker F urth Ron D Smxth Lamson Ivlrvxmd Mu: l mltr cr Lax ra k . 1 ' L I 1 . S S , 1938 .1 - , l ' '- , . ' ' . . ' .. . 1. ,. .W 2' I 'T u ' u l 1 - l . tx.. gk w -V. '- . ,r j,r,'-i .. ., , , I --nl . '- 'u,. 'r. " 1. ey. r-'t - U ', ' ,' 'n , 'c,.c vu, 'Q C. l 3 l CHJXSS 1939 Fxr! Rrm Alumhau h Bradbury hllerman Abbot! Burr Barley Burqe Erxun Easley Baker S und R xx hlfllxthh C russlny D mn I owpt rthuan Fo I som, f1rtmxll Byrd f attrell Adam: l am crs Third Rom Donley Brannzr Dlmaxns Beeler Coons Dnshman Coleman Brmk Beaumont hunh Run Burk Chase Blair Corbett Elmer Crossley Dux Burgc Alhson CLASS OFFICERS Presldent V1ce Prestdent R1chard Mankm Iean Sellers Paul G1bbS Ieanne Balley Secretary Cheer Leader QJWKD As a spec1al feature of the seventh grade geography course, the students constructed var1ous artlcles to lllustrate the countrles they studled One of the outstandlng exh1b1ts was a m1n1ature Holland vlllage wh1ch was made by Madge Partonnar and Gladys Manthe W1ndIH1llS carts, and boy and glrl flgures were also carved from soap and wood Fnrst Row Lston Grxter Hake Ladenbur cr Hutton D fuk-hs Goxcr Lmlefneld Frederlcks Hagerman Second Rom jantze johnson L Fnhh larrut Lvmler er Proethee Llttle Fields Fleetwood Hrmntz H lc fochl :rd Rom Kent Fxllc L xvll H la rm un F I Laxman fc: er Frurth Rom Lccln LaM1r H rrz Hull Prmklln lfhnsmn Leap Mat hen CHJKSS V Thlrty flve CDF 7 Rodney smug''ffffffffifffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff,fffffffffffffffffffffffff.'.'ff.'f.'fff.'fffff.,.......TreQSurer ' ' b . :ggi I li ,' li 5 rl ll ., A S' : l ' X S ' 1 ' ll V , Th f- ,if s,- rm- U, 3 ,- visa.-sun-:., - - 'fl .: -S, CDF 1939 CLASS 1 39 f M d R rt ld lldf du M r lc M The seventh grade also sponsored an assembly to add to the funds tor Juntor hlgh books They presented a modern Verstor' of The Merchant ot Ven1ce and also e court scene from Ahce IH Wonderland Speclaltres conslsted of a gu1tar number by Roberta Scott and Pearl Regan a tap dance by Dorothy Tneb a solt shoe dance by Mary lane Col man songs by the boys and glrls chorus group ard a vtolrn solo by l-larold Cottrell YWKJ ARGENTINE STEIN SONG Stng to dear old Argentme F1ght for the Gold and Blue Stand and let us honor our school Let every loyal Mustang stng S1ng w1th all your heart and soul Eyes alway toward our goal Keep th1s one and only motto Be faxr and honest to our foe SONGS v ONWARD AHGENTINE Onward Argentme, Onward Argentme We ll stand up lor you Stand and cheer boys, never tear boys A H S our pnde Cheer, cheer, the gang's all here For A H S Thlrty slx Q r , Ts, --Q 3 ' 4 I P V a OF 3 9 l : 7 Ftrs! Row -Rcvd, Mcllrmnald, l'r1cr, lvffhurn. Pricv. Mzxrsh. Stvphcnwn Nlcffnxnlv. :lwfxhrvn Nrumcr. E. Reynolds, Pruslcv, S.-fmttl Ron Rzlulzmtl, Nrlsun. Muir lik. Davis, lllrv, llusc-Inn. x sr, Ball. lt-'tzu lvlurrlsun. licrxrufr. 'l-lllftl Rmv f-hlrxxtwcsurx, Rlclmrv, Rzmuft-: ll. llmgurw, Rtl.-v, l'.n'nf. Spmrs, l'wsl-'rn lVfncl7on:1lJ, 1 1 wx Fnmtlx Row Parsons, P. Rc':a11.m. lin-Llv, linlmmzu, Nlnnxlzvx, Nmrnmr, .1 ln-ws. llwrrtit, Russ. . l'r.ntl11'r. M1411 ln. l"1fll1 Row M45-It--ll, . Rvvwtldf. Plxllllp, Hu-11-. Pun r. N-lsrnl-fri, M-t.ltl-'. 1 . A A .. . ,H th ll ' I .ll 1 ' Q X e l Y V I V T , S A I I , fa sw NJ' X, 1 3 I 1 ACTIVITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS ,..,.7" 3 1? ,.P,,,,, aj ,gli-A ..C.5-3. Ns-.... W 'T' :-4-K W F1 I - W I A L"i?i1'ffi?-jj T, V if ,.- A +-,..,,.i -f T 3 "-- -1 "' I P+ 'gf'-'IT-s-.-, ...,-,I W, , I, W --.I STUDENT COUNCIL r Blh n ltr nlrn bha ln HI dRo Hclcman cpH nTp! nS Knnd r-o dl Am ld l Th rd R Dam Il F t r r H nI l o xc arclson F Smxth B lc hns D Muyn R Ffxh R rson Lo m tor n II., 5 th R Brush Thomas Wlh lm And! s Eckman I y 1 Ro batrerfneld WII. ,I Tl Bo ne I r Dnes attHllCB The Student Councxl the honorary organ1 atron of both the Iunxor and sentor h1gh schools was organlzed at Argenttne Hlgh School e1ght years ago tn order to have an off1c1al govermng body made up of the leaders of d1f ferent clubs and athlet1c teams of the school Requlrements for membersh1p In th1s organ1zat1on SpeC1fY that a student must have passmg grades In all h1s work for the current semester and must have passmg grades In all h1s Work for the prevxous semester Membershlp should be cons1dered an honor to any student for only the followlng are el1g1ble prestdents of each class capta1ns of athlet1c teams pres1dents ol clubs In the school ed1tor and bus1ness manager ot the school paper and annual home room chalrmen hall monxtors and the upper twenty hve per cent of the senror class As a part ot the program of the vear the Student Counc1l sponsored an assembly Whlch was grven 1n honor of the twenty hfth annrversary of the school F L Schlagle supenntendent of schools Mrs Mary Helmrerch found er ot the Parent Teacher Assoclcrhon IH Argentme Hxgh School Mrs Thomas Worthmgton presxdent of the Parent Teacher Assoc1at1on and W R Honnell member of the Board of Educahon were guests at the assembly Each gave a short talk A hlstory of Argentrne Hlgh School was read and membershlp p1ns were presented to the guests and students belonglng to the Student Counc1l Approzumately twenty hve representatlves of the Argentme Hlgh School Student Counc1l attended the rneetmg of the M1ssour1 Valley Federatlon of Student Counc1ls at Wyandotte Hlgh School November 27 and 28 1933 I C Harmon IS the sponsor ot the organ1zat1on The followmg are the ofhcers elected IH the Student Counc1l for 1933 1934 Leo Wells, presldent, I D R1chardson, Ince presldent and Harrlett Anderson, secretary Thirty nlne J, Lg -- ff If ' f' 'Q '-4-I ' Q--1 A ' I 1. V ' ' I 5 ' . . g - . ' , 'H X . ' 1' 16 ' I .- Flrst Row -jr-ff Its, L' s c, Wrlls lvlaww. ArIdcreoII, jumffsun, jrmcs. Ehlvi -1. Russel, Sure , Mu I . ' r I , Ivrk. A Scum we- c , Le , armu . I I-n. Prcslcy, Iviamki I tmall, c c y. Ha rt' ll. !I'I her. o . I Dwi c , os c , Powcll, King, Cowpcrthwait, Hu ns, YVIlsun, a cu h. Four h R wifi' h , . . a cr, ju on, Dawdsun. Keyes lnncs, L. Hcckman. I- If . I uw-La , 0 Is, Jewell, Hanuy, lx1acDmInIIl:'l, Forlws, I do , H'fg1ns, Hcnnirlucr. 'Ix wwf , , I c , ew , ' , Ionlc .Hc!l1. Sevcnh W-A' ' , nv, . Iumas, r w , frcw, C. HAI mon fspuIIsIIrt. a il Hi , a , I. alccr, . .w . . . I La ' I - I I I - I I I ' y 4 I - - - 1 I - 1 ' - I h I - I ' ' I , . I I I - Th dRo Ffnhk 5 thR Forty CLUB ayo J t ss EdthSmn4p Rhad WllsH llH thhM DbvHIlVl K S I mth Wh l I P tt h T tchu y rt y H The Mustang Club pep organ1zat1on of the h1gh school was orgamzed to take the place ot the Booster and Pep Clubs whrch had formerly been the pep organ1zat1ons of this school Although the aims ot the club are practically the same as those of the Booster and Pep Clubs many radtcal changes have been made Among these IS the method ot choos1ng new members tor the organrzahon Under the new plan members ot each class rece1ve a 11st ol therr classmates Of these a certam number ot members from each class are chosen and from th1s 11st the students vote on those who they thmk would make the best club mem bers These are then ranked accord1ng to the number of votes received and a percentage of each class are adm1tted to the club All semor high school class pres1dents and the school cheer leaders are made members w1th the1r appomtments to ofhce Formerly new members ol the Booster and Pep Clubs were chosen each spnng from appl1cat1ons made out by students desrnng membership 1r1 the clubs The old members voted on them Th1s year s umtorms have been changed only to the extent that the girls have adopted blue turtle neck sweaters ot the same desrgn tormerly worn Wh1te shoes and sklrts complete the glrls outhts The boys umtorms conslst of V neck sweaters w1th wh1te trousers These umforms are worn at all toot ball and basket ball games and at all pep assemblles The act1v1t1es ot the Mustang Club conslst ol stunts at football and baslfet ball games and pep stunts at assembhes In add1t1on to these a marchmg exh1b1t was g1ven at the Parent Teacher party and a program was presented at Rosedale Hlgh School th1s year Funds for the club vtere made by sponsonng two p1cture shows at the Pershing Theater Club soc1al act1v1t1es conslsted ot a p1cn1c and dance at Qulvrra Lakes, a party at the home of Nedra Mayo, and a banquet at the Qurvrra Lakes Club house The othcers of the club were Leo Wells '34, pres1dent, Eugene Hratt '35, vice president, Beulah W1ll1ams '35, secretary, and Frances Smlth '34, treasurer v First Row-Nl A . 'ameson, Smith, jones, Hcnmngcr, Norxood, Brown, Bu ler, Mankin, M1 i lx 1 0 s onsorl. becond Row- rc r son, e . alcomb, Powell Wbclcry. Andrews, Darnc , estherton. Bean. ir w-Gal er, itchfzll, Anderson, Weil, 'vVatson, Richardson, ar , 3 . X il iams. Fourth Row-Brus-, Browne, Baker, Innts, Keyes, irk vatrick. Howard. vt ow-A. m1 h, O. S i . ec cr, johnson Davidson, .1 arson, Relt , urry. IX ow- e m, Ire , Mille , Askew, Crew, Brad ian, Hall. I I - 1 , . , . 1 . , . . . . . , . , . . , . , . . MUSTANG ORCHESTRA AND BAND Fnrst Rnxx Babcock Mcfurmxck Roscbcrry Mxss Mona Walter ldlrutorl Mcfny Muon Broun Second Row Redwmc Loxl r Frye Smith Presley Hultz Bccler Muon Third Row Woodhcad Pierce Lnmbcrger Davldsnn Ruse Wm. Haovcr Fourth Row Horstman Westfall Muller! Haas Halcomb Shubauqh Kane Fnfth Row Wmg Woodward Sutherland The orchestra and band, composed of th1rty one students, played at basket ball and football games early 1n the year They also furnxshed muslc tor the pep assembhes the operetta cantata and the Jumor and sen1or class plays At the musrc festrval m Atclnson, held thxs year ln place ol the Northeast League Contest, seven schools were represented, Shawnee M1ss1on, Olathe Wyandotte, Rosedale Atchlson, Leavenworth, and Argentme Howard Davld son, member of the h1gh school orchestra was concert v1ol1n1st Thurlow L1eurance, composer of By the Waters of Mtnnetonka and d1rector of the Glee Clubs conducted the orchestra 1n h1s own famous com posmon QJWKD Members of the advanced art class make up the Art Club They work w1th deslgmng and parntmg and furnlsh some of the advert1s1ng posters for the class and act1v1t1es plays In connect1on wrth the spnng art exh1b1t the students worked out a fneze w1th eleven portals each representlng one of the var1ous departments of a h1gh school Th1s was the result of several weeks of study of llgure work Every student had a part rn the fneze v1s1t1ng the departments and makmg sketches of what he saw V. R x au xxx!! ln tru wr .suns Jo ltt 1 btrutz l bun 1 h htm n S tnd Row F urth Rim V1 r Hut lx 4 xn n x H nn l Yuakum MlllLl' R ed M Cmll B :rch Crawford Rntchle Saunders Ro e XVeaver Arnold M W .wer Pn Sxcl-lu Hurcn Baker Smxth Maddox Curran Gre ory Boatman Ashlock lfjlorman Could Brxstoxx Vvlreltr Mxller Larson Brson Boob Burton Re an Rlves ur I L1 Rt ur n u r rr n r oruu r Fl Murad And rmn Bruvn fclv. hllddl tmn Frxxm Talley nxt: R xx a ar ART CLUB Forty one 7 . I I I . . . 1 1 - ' . I l - H - 11 1 I - , . . . . . . I . I 1 1 Furs ox' Mlss M. d He " 1 s c l, SIM ', Dt l lc, lltollttlc, ' c, " ds , " U ' Hula- , c nsun, Hunncy, Xlfnrth :to , A vrnl, u c. .'cc1 'f , C, c1',i ,,' . ', , S, ' , Third Rowf . 'ed , fe, . ' , sr . ' ' . , , g , , s . Fat' l lux -'Pr tt, Lu g, D la J, F. Clark, Carpcntur, Bastcl, XVU ell, Cl Jstc , Rusunlw gh, Cu xlcy c"n, asf, ,'c,lrf, cn.,',". S l o 'fE. Cl'rk, Rygruml. ll town, lhlymt. ,. , M-, ,M . , 1 zi":" .' T BOYS GLEE CLUB hrs: Ruxx Homtr E Mdclucl Rnchardson H Macleod Darmll Mtfnnnlty Hal-1mh Mrs Mrfna XX alttr ldlrtm rl Xhmltrx Stamd Rout Allcn Kucs Brush Rosenbornu h lrgy Olsccnc Wxccman Thxrd Ruv. Andrews Baker Hxatt Buck Wtdur Terry Bard Fourth Rev. Ketchum Wana Innes burnmn Dantr C :Heat Fxfrh Rum Xloodvxard Buekmm Hum. .m St ph nf n frtxx H.mty Prnk Pun torty two The Boys and Glrls Glee Clubs combmed talents and presented 1n Feb ruary In Old Vlenna a muslcal comedy Prevxously they appeared to gether 1n an annual Chnstmas program Late 1n the sprlng both Glee Clubs partlclpated 1n the Northeast League Festrval held at Atcluson Kansas and also dunng Muslc Week The ofhcers eleated 1n the Boys Glee Club were George Baker presldent I D Rtcahrdson v1ce pres1dent Iames Crew secretary Bob Wtng treasurer Harold Woolery Dale Andrews and Clyde Wlsernen l1brar1ans QJWKD The Glrls Club ottlcers were Florence T1pton presldent Max1ne Rtchard son v1cepres1dent Marlon Well secretary V1v1an NIXOH treasurer Imogene Ebblng and Frances Balrd hbrarlans I' bmlth Butler Suuud R xx Footy lou u Lm n 1 msun armln XX ntsun 1 mr s n Vu nuts Huxxtt T 1rd Rux Wllmms Huldtn 'IIDIII B ttl Truthlu J D r n Rn on 11 nrth Row Manltlxx Hdrmnu A Smith fhl ms K ll Mp Lum in x I IJ nlwur r :fm Rom Btth Hurstmdn K mtrtll Wrmldrd Vhmrtl rn um Ltr Un Sixth Rtm M Pdddtn Nlxun Doxtll I .mdl T1 wmn GIRLS GLEE CLUB V I Lf " "1-- '15 . I 1 1 L 1 'v 'I1". 'f 1 5 L L' I ,, V vi . k ' ' 1 ' V ., x I. vs- ' '-Y ' ' , ' . , 1 EQ' ..' f' t Su , Q ' ', ' ' , L " , 'cc 1 . 1 . . 1. , 11 1 . I I ' - 1 1 . . , . B' I I - - 1 ' 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 - . 1 , . . . . I I F - 1 ' 1 1 1 - 1 I , , , Furs: Rum M155 Munn Whltcr tdtruunl. Str-md, B.nrJ, Tru. Iibtnng, Klllgitild, Mitchull, Murmn ex' 1-,'. 1tt1.,.,1.1 ,Hr 1, 71' ,Rn-av... 'fl,j - h 1- 1 ' ', ', "N, 'msg r1,I.41a, id . Ft 'f - ' ' , ' , , rf , rn' '. Q y. , w l' . In cl, lruss, xdt' ey , F t ' ' , ' ' , la ' . " ' ' 1 g , 1 , . .' 'f c " ' , ' , x -- , Y' c, g . I TYPING TEAM be ndR tz H tz n r Fflll Thrdll s bTl xl I The typmg classes adopted a new cneckxng plan thls year by whrch each student rece1ves Cfedll for every perfect word wntten durmg the fxtteen m1nute test and each amateur and nov1ce wnter IS allowed one and one halt per cent errors on each paper Tl'us system IS an a1d 1n the w1nn1ng of awards ln the monthly Woodstock Award Test ID wh1ch many students won pms and seals The team part1c1pated m the trophy contest sponsored by the Kansas C1ty Kansan and the Kansas State Contest The Kansan contest resulted 1n Argentme wlnnrng thxrty n1ne pomts out of a poss1ble s1xty ln the Kansas State Contest Argentme took the flrst four amateur places w1th Emleen Iohnson txrst Emmagene W1lhelm second Iuanlta Atkrnson thtrd and Madelyn Bender fourth Thls made Emleen the state champ1on amateur wr1ter QJWK9 By wmmng four out of e1ght debates the Argentme debate teams were able to he w1th Wyandotte lor thlrd place 1n the second d1str1ct debate tourna ment held at Lawrence Kansas March 9 Argentme was represented by Chett Eckman and Donald Powell alhrma 1tve and Eugene Hlatt and Frank Imk negat1ve The afhrmatwe team won three debates and lost one Whlle the negahve won one and lost three The questron debated th1s year was Should the Umted States adopt the Br1t1sh method of radlo control? In the speech d1v1s1on of the Feshval held at AlCh1SOD Kansas Margaret Foster 34 won a hrst place IH humorous readmg Vada Mae Presley 34 won second ln dramatrc readmgs Eugene Hxatt 33 won th1rd place 1n extempo raneous speaklng Chett Eckman 33 Won thxrd place 1n or1Q1nal oratory Frank llflk won th1rd place n oratorlcal declamat1on I Y V DEBATE SQUAD Forty three V xr on-ffRussell, Cmsslc-.', lwigfia ', Rugmrd. jnrdam. Km:c:m.l. Swv . MHU11n'l1.l!- ' co uw- Mc , ul , Bu dc , Pmzkur, lmns, Wnlhclm. ff11wpurrlm.11l, Curr. ' ,1 'cy i uw-- Wt-ll , Halcnm , mums, XVltr cr. l'l.ux'.n11n, jul1nsun. :X lnuson, lfunxlcy. Fourth Row flflsmun, V'1.'sI, Ecklnnn, Hmll. H. if Brmk tlnstrllinuri. Tlnonms . , . . . I I , . 1 1 1 A I 1 I - 1 1 1 - I I ' I . I ' 1 - . . , 11 1 1 1 1 - - 1 . . . . , . . . . . I . . r , liars R11-.x l't1xu'll, ,l.1l1xt-wrt. Irons, junk. St-.wld Rmx j, fl. Slx.mlcl.nl.J luuaclnl, lf:l.nx.un, Hun. 41-1lun CLASS r A r y ThdR .1 P F IR xx v Fo Ry f0ul' Ll Iournahsm IS offered as a three year course cornbtned w1th Enghsh and carrles an extra Cfedll From the thlrd year class the staff IS chosen for the Argenhan the SSVTII monthly publ1cat1on Much ot the work on the paper IS accompllshed alter school hours and pomts are glven tor thts work Reqmrernents lor membershtp 1n the Press Club are based on a det1n1te number of rnches pnnted 1n the Argentran and the number of polnts acquxred Thrs club 1S under the sponsorsh1p ot the Qurll and Scroll Socrety and besrdes promotmg an 1nterest 1n Journahsm work prov1des an opportunlty for students to d1scuss plans lor the betterment ot the school paper and annual Ofhcers of the Press Club are Edwm Browne preslclent Leo Wells vxce presrdent Emleen Iohnson secretary treasurer Members ot th Qurll and Scroll th1s year are EdW11'1 Browne Drck Hal comb Ruth Burns Bob Wrng Mane Met Don Forbes Dean Arnold Harrlett Anderson Rlchard Schw1tLgebel Echth l-luyck Mary Harmon Qualrtlcatrons lor membershrp are that the student be a Junlor or a semor 1n the upper thrrd of hrs class and have done superror work tn wr1t1ng ed1t1ng or buslness management Thls year a d1nner and entertarnment was QIVGD for the Qu1ll and Scroll chapters of the c1ty by Mr W A Barley edrtor of the Kansas Crty Kansan Thrs was the second d1nner of th1s type ln the Scholastrc Awards Contest announced rn the sprrng Ruth Burns won thlrd place rn the Umted States 1n mtervtew and thlrd 1n news Wr1t1ng tn the nat1onal contest conducted by the S1gma Delta Chr ot Colurnbla Um versrty ln the state contest conducted by the Unlverslty of Kansas the Arqen tlan recelved three trrst places and one second place These were hrst place lor reportrng and hrst place for ed1tor1al Bob Vllrng trrst place tn busrness management and second place for a report on servrce to the school Beports for these last two entrles were made by Edwrn Browne Bob Wmg and D cl' ldlalcornb Each year the Argentlan 1S entered rn the Columbla Scholast1c Press con test whxch 1S sponsored by Colurnbla Umversrty New York Clty Thls year Fxrs Rowflliclls. ndc son, Innes, lirmx-rw, Mass Pram-Ls Talnr finstructorl, Mitchell. Harmon Nhnsnn, Hcckntan, Huyck. Second Rom-feAlIcn. Hnuvcr, luhnson, jamcsnn. Mznnkln. lflsmzm, Halcomb. lr ou'-Mea c. Burns. Kelly. Com crthwrm, l,cmm1s, nurm tm mu, amy ln, Hall, Gould. I .N . .. . . . I . - . , . 1 . 1 I f ' I 1 ' ' Q h ' I A - 5' I A , , , Z, , I I 7, I I ' I I I I - - - 1 1 1 . f 4 I I I ' . . . i 1 1 A L 1 I - THIRD YEAR IOURNALISM PRESS CLUB st Ro A M rz zzz o K lly Th d R r the paper was awarded a lrrst place ratmg among schools of the same en rollrnent Toward the end of the year the paper also rece1ved 1ts ftrst place ratrng rn the Natronal Scholastlc Press Assoctatton tn a competltlon of more than srx hundred schools The paper has had thrs ratrng practtcally all the trrne of tts extstence Students have also won personal awards 1n the Qu1ll and Scroll group contests held throughout the year In the hrst contest Bob W1ng 34 won honorable mentron rn the South Central States for h1S paper on current news In the same contest Ruth Bums 34 won th1rd place tn the South Central states rn the ed1tor1al contest and Don Forbes 35 won honorable rnentton rn the South Central states for a news story Later rn the year Don Forbes rece1ved a medal for a natronal place rn the feature wrrtrng contest In the second group contest Iames Hall 34 rece1ved honorable mentlon 1n the South Central states for a sports story and Edwm Browne won second place 1n the South Central states 1n the advertlsrng con tes In the th1rd contest Bob W1ng won f1rst place rn South Central states for an ed1tor1al Harr1ett Anderson 34 rece1ved honorable mentlon for headlrne wr1t1ng and Mary Ellzabeth Magnenat 35 recervecl honorable rnentlon rn the vocabulary contest Twrce durrng the year the stall pubhshed a srx page paper at Chrrstmas and at the close of the year lntervrewtng IS one of the mayor actrvltres of the journahsm work Thts year numerous mtervrews wrth notable persons have been obtarned among whom were letlery Farnol Englrsh author Olson and Iohnson comedlans Clemence Dane dramaust Lella Roosevelt globe trotter Malor Smedley Butler W1ley Post Governor .Alt Landon General Hugh S Iohnson Ameha Earhart Putnam Amy Molhson and Mrss Marlorle Graves member of the House of Commons of England Thxs year the newspaper staff had charge of pubhshrng the yearbook It changed the style from the conventronal to a more modernrstrc type Forty flve 7 Fir w-Powell. Huyck, ndcrson, jameson, C . Schwi -ehcl. Second R w-Wells, Burns, c , Harmon. johnson, Arnold. ir ow-Browne, Fo bes. Hall, Wfmu, Could, Halcomb. . . , , , , . . I I l. . . . 4 . . . , .A . . , . . 1 , 1 , ' 1 And 1 Be1ng based upon the same electrve prlncxples as IS the Semor hlgh school Nat1ona1 Honor Socrety the Junlor h1gh school Nat1onal Honor Socrety has extsted two years Choosmg the students IS conflned to l1Ve steps l Each teacher rnstruct 1ng a grade rn the Jumor hrgh school makes out a 11st of students he thmks to be outstandrng ln scholarsh1p 2 These l1sts are comblned rnto one large lrst 3 Permanent records are gone over and names thought needed are added to th1s l1st 4 Th1s l1st IS agaln sent out to Junxor hrgh teachers who check names of students thought to be outstandlng 1n scholarshlp leadersh1p servrce to school and character 5 One teacher tor each grade takes these last checked names to each teacher 1"1 that grade After drscussron the llnal hst for each grade IS submrtted to the ofhce For the year 1932 33 there were n1ne students chosen from the seventh grade nlne from the elghth grade and twelve from the mnth grade maklng a total of th1rty 1n the entire yumor hlgh school There IS no l1m1t to the pOSS1 ble number of students chosen In order that the students may look forward to be1ng IH the senzor h1gh school honor socrety th1s soc1ety has no offrcers and IS not a formal organ1 IUNIOR HONORARY SOCIETY zatron SENIOR NATIONAL HONOR Forty :lx SOCIETY V Harrrett Anderson Edwrn Browne Ruth Burns Mane Clark Margaret Darnell Margaret Foster Drck Halcomb Charles Heckman Ehzabeth Horstman Edlth Huyck Iames Iewell Emleen Iohnson Madonna Iones Ervln Loom1s Vada Mae Presley Oma Sm1th Emmagene Wllhelrn H ,V-M ' . ' T First Rmx-'fBroomfirId Wintcrstrcn, rrws. Wznlkcr, Sokrr, Srcond Row-fLandon. Tcuflcr, Cm,-lv. Wolf. Studdard. l'lHl'l'lS'lh. Third Row---Cooper, Huff, Thomas, Harmon, Cardnrr, Pruitt. l 1 1 , . . .L ' . . . I I I . I I - ATHLETICS V FOOTBALL SQUAD MD ThdR Kth Ht t p t tt Cre M D d FfthR C118 d 1 hbjfbh kldi hJJCLnbogQca FOOTBALL Approximately seventy f1Ve boy answered Coach Iohn Lonborgs call for football candidates September 5 Among the seventy f1ve there were only seven lettermen available to butld a w1nn1ng team around The team went through a very hard season w1nn1ng five games los1ng three and tymg one 1n a n1ne game schedule The Mustangs lost their annual game w1th thier most bitter r1val the Wyandotte Bulldogs by a top heavy score of 41 to 6 but the Argentxans showed their football ability by being the first team m the league to score a touchdown on the city and Northeast league champlons In the1r annual Thanlfsgivmg Day tussle w1th the Rosedale Wild cats the Mustangs emerged I8 to 6 v1ctors with W1lby Keyes 210 pound full back sconng all three touchdowns This v1ctory placed them 1D fourth post tion 1n the league with three w1ns and two defeats WASHINGTON RURAL Argentine opened the season with an 1mpress1ve v1ctory over the Wash ington Rural eleven The team showed a powerful scor1ng attack as well as an air tvght defense to defeat the rural team by a 20 to O score WARD HIGH Ward high defeated the Mustangs by a 33 to 2 score Thls game was the first defeat of the season It was yust too much Bukaty for the home eleven to handle He intercepted three passes and made three touchdowns for h1s team OSAWATOMIE Argentme won its second game of the season by downing the Osawato mie eleven I9 to 6 on the home held The Mustangs were held to only SIX pornts unt1l the last quarter when they started on a belated drive for two touchdowns LEAVENWORTH The Mustangs and the Pioneers battled to a 6 to 6 t1e 1n an lnterestxng league contest before a large crowd on the pr1son Clly fxeld OLATHE Argentine Journeyed to Olathe and was handed a 13 to O setback by the husky Olathe Eagles This was a surpr1s1ng defeat for all of the Mustang followers WYANDOTTE The Argenttans lost the1r third game of the season 1n a mght game w1th the champton Wyandotte Bulldogs, the score be1ng 4l to 6 The game was a better contest than the score would show wrth the Mustangs hold1ng the Bulldogs to a I4 to 6 score at the half time Forty nlno ug. . - ' A-H '- ' V First RnwfXX'allrrr, NV. c nnald. Buckman. Innes, XVL-lls Hmmrd, Richardson, Haney. NVrwoIe-ry. Second Rowe Nlaclmd, Mason. Brush Dunlap. Ivlfadc, Ircy, Kuycs, Askrw, Prince. lr rm-+W'iscman, flnnpcr, Trish, Vhnchcll. Millz'r, C c um, Boyle, Gilycat, ea hcrton. Four h Rnwfvfjoslyn, Tip c , Taylur, Bmnk, junkins, Custer, Stonf, Hia , Emerson, Dclsnn. , w Wilson, R, c onal . i wwf I. ', fwcn rr con: , . I. ' an an coac , . I. 0 r o Chl. - . 1 ' S 1 - A ' I . I I I 1 1 , . I - - I . - L . 5 F' till nr K HDI I1 l I' UW nz nn lm FOOTBALL Fifty CAPTAIN PETER INNES SI-IAWNEE MISSION M.-KSVUT TUUKIE WE By trouncrng the Shawnee MISSION eleven I3 to 6 the Mustangs clunbed tnto a fourth place t1e wrth the Atchrson hrgh team Keyes made the frrst score rn the second quarter The rural team carne back strong after the rntermrssron and put across 1ts lone tally of the game Captarn Peter I nes made the last Argentrne counter when he broke through the Shawnee lrne blocked a punt and fell on the ball after 1t had rolled over the goal l1ne ATCHISON Playrng a supenor brand of football the Mustangs defeated the Bedrnen of Atchlson by a top heavy score of Sl to U and vrrtually assured themselv s of fourth place ln the league BOSEDALE By defeatrng the Rosedale eleven by a score of lb to 6 tl e Mustang tool' undtsputed possess1on of Iourth place ln the league race and thmrd olace the c1ty standrngs By sconng all three of the touchdovt ns ln thts game Wrlby Keyes fullback took the lead over Edw1n Clasen rn the league and crty scormg hav1ng a total of s1xty seven pomts to hrs credrt to Clasen s swtv QIWXS Approx1mately forty f1ve boys attended the annual football banquet grven by the mothers of the players Seventeen letters were awarded the boys who played 1n most of the games Each letterman also recerved a small srlver rnrnlature football trophy wrth the letters A I-I S engraved on xt I D Rrchardson quarterback was elected captarn for the IQS4 season Argentme Argentme Argentme Argentme Argentme Argentlne Argentme Argentlne Argentme FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Washmgton Bura Ward I-hgh Osawatom1e Leavenworth Wyandotte Shawnee M1ss1on AtCh1SOH 18 Rosedale l . . , . . 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U ' .,,,Iw,,w.f ,,I,o,,o,,,,,,c,I,,,,r,,,,,Y,,,, ,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,. co,Io,I, L LLLLLLLL... 6 FOOTBALL LE'I'I'ERMEN DELMAR DUNLAP fcenterl was a good passer He never sard grve up RALPH IREY rhalfbackl earned hrs second letter thrs year and wrll b back next year He was swrtched to halfback posrtron from the guard post I D RICHARDSON fquarterbackl developed rnto a good quarterback tlus year and wrll lead the team as Captarn next year He rs a very fast ball carrrer and an excellent tackler He rs a rumor HAROLD WOOLERY lend! rs small and fast but he always played hard to make up for hrs lack of srze He rs a semor STEPHEN MEADE tguardl was brg and strong and couldnt be moved from hrs post He rs a senror EDWIN WALKER Cendl was reserve end who should be of great assr t ance next year He rs a rurrror HOWARD HANEY Challbackl made hrs Irrst letter thrs year He wrll be good materral next year He rs a sophomore WILLIAM MCDONALD ftacklel was a tower of strength and wrth lrttle more aggressrveness should be a wonderful tackle next year I-re 1S a junror he opponents lrne Punt blockrng was hrs specralty He earned hrs hrrd letter trrrs year The team losses a valuable player rn Peter LYMAN KETCHUM fend, x as hard to take out ol a pray He should be at hrs peak rrevt yea He rs a rumor ALFRED BRUSH lhaltbackl IS small and last but was wrllrng to grve all he had He was the punter ot the team He graduates LEE HOWARD Cguardl always played hrs hardest and was an xcellent blocker orr the rnterlerence He w1ll be back next y ar WILBY KEYES Cfullbackl was the most consrstent ground garner for the 'tflustangs He led both he crty and league rn scorrng the most pornts or the sea on He graduates HARLEY ASKEVV Cguardl made hrs lrr t lett r thrs year He graduates PAUL BUCKMAN Cguardl wa a reserve but he f as always ready when r 6-ded H rs a serrro HARLEY MACLEOD Ura backl was the mrdget of the team Nerghrng only 130 pounds He was a valuable substrtute when needed rn the backtr ld He graduates MARTIN BOYLE tendl rs a runror and rs developrng rnto a lrne errd 5 +451 IM- Frfty one V s ' A T... f A . . - ' G my 5 , T .' . ' 3, 4, PETER INNES Ccaptain and tacklel. showed his ability to break through A A ' ' A A A V b I Y , A . e - ' rc ' . ' - Flfty two FrR EHt: S dR JB BASKET BALL Prospects for basket ball drd not look very brlght at the begxnnmg of the season because Coach Iohn Lonborg had only one letterman returmng to burld hrs team around but the team had a fa1r season wrnmng seven and losmg n1ne games for a percentage of 439 although 1t was handrcapped by lack of both s1ze and experlence The squad dlcl not enter the regronal tournament wh1ch was held at Leavenworth The Argent1ans tred for frfth place rn the nrne games rn league competttron Eugene 1-11att forward was elected capta1n of the team for th1s year The Mustangs opened the season w1th a 24 18 v1ctory over the Golden Bears of Turner Therr second v1ctory came at the hands of Manual l-hgh of Kansas Crty M1SSOUI1 The league race opened wrth the Argent1ans Journeymg to Atchrson only to be defeated 32 18 After a closely fougnt frrst half the Olathe Eagles warmed up and trounced the Mustangs 28 10 The Mustangs defeated the lndlans of Shawnee M1ss1on 24 15 for the1r thrrd v1ctory of the year The powerful Bulldogs of Wyandotte defeated the locals by a top heavy score Led by the1r captarn the Bosedahans defeated the Mustangs rn the1r frrst battle by a 26 15 score l-l1tt1ng the basket from all angles Argentrne trounced Turner 36 19 In a game rn wluch the defensrve play of both teams stood out the P1oneers of Leavenworth emergea 20 12 vrctors over the locals ln a return game the Atchrson qurntet barely eked out a 23 21 v1ctory rn the closrng mrnutes from the locals The Mustangs got back to Wmmng ways and avenged the1r earher de feat by trouncrna the Eagles of Olathe 30 25 Argent1ne rang up 1ts hrghest score of the year by defeatrng the Shawnee lndrans 46 16 on the latters court In the closest and most thrrlhng game of the year the Argent1ans emerged one pomt vrctors over the larger and more expenenced Osawatomre qurntet The return engagement wrth the Wyandotte f1ve was a much closer con test wrth the Bulldogs w1nn1ng 43 28 ln th1s game the Mustangs won an honor by scor1ng the largest number of pornts that were scored aga1nst the champrons th1s year The W1ldcats of Mount Marty agarn defeated the Argent1ne qurntet by a 23 17 score on the Rosedale court In the f1nal Northeast league contest the Leavenworth frve nosed out a 31 28 v1ctory over the Mustangs on the home court Argent1ne 1mproved one hundred per cent from the start of the season to the frmsh V ron ow- . ia . Hall. Bovlc, Fcrfluson. Cccun owe . uckrnan, DcLcon. J. C. Lnnhoru tcoachl, VVchcr, Bonn. I I " ' I Northeast League with the Olathe Eagles, both teams winning three and losing . 1 U - . L . . SENIOR HIGH BASKET BALL JUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL k Srnce there was no one to take care of the boys lnterested 1n Juntor htgh basket ball a regular schedule was not drawn up but the boys practtced two nrghts a Week to recetve tratnrng for future hrgh school teams Pundarnentals such as prvotlng passtng dr1bbl1ng and shoottng were stressed to the boys The value ot team play was also brought out Every student had to recerve perm1ss1on from every teacher that he had and he had to make superror grades 1n all subjects before he was allowed to practrce Prtce Stephenson cente Iohn Thorp torward Brlly Duggtns forward Dayton Ienklns guard and Lester Moore guard were the boys who showed up exceptionally well and who looked as 1t they would be good htgh school matertal rn the future The boys were coached by C E Swender QJOWKD Approzumately trfty men reported tor track th1s year under the d1rect1on of C E Swender W1th twelve lettermen back from last years team pros pects were brrght for the strongest team rn the past ten years The rnter class meet was won by the sophomores wtth the 1un1ors second and the sentors runnlng a close thtrd Dual meets wltn East and Shawnee Mtsston and a trlangular meet wrth Southwest and Manual and the regtonal state and Northeast Kansas league meet and the Kansas Unrverstty Relays made up the complete schedule for the season The lettermen who returned were Peter Innes Harold Buckman Edwtn Walker Dale Andrews Wtlby Keyes I D Rtchardson Eugene I-ltatt Alfred B ush Howard Haney Arthur l-lultz and Bob Mason and George Baker who won letters two years ago z tt k 5 rd Is ll TEAM TRACK Fifty three I A E 1 W . iii. ym il D . .Q E - l T 4 ' , , , t A 3 . ' - QM 25. T Fr--nz Run fhllts. I7. S.-ln.-l---t. l.. M.,4trt'. A. 'l-luunms. Sr--wrsmm. Tlwrp. jcnkms, ,l. Silwfflllti- G. Siluclwl. - S-:null Rmx' lluggms, M.utt xl.. I. 5lx,tr!1.w Symrls. ff. Sxvvmlvr lcrmclxt. llztlcvr, Smkfr. llttl'rLl'. lvlcflztrty. 1 1 I f - I Al I I I I 1 I 1 I L I A A . L . . . H . I . . . 1 . . . . I A I 1 Y v T 1 I . I I - 1 1 1 - - f 1 F 1 I 1 R fir-'ck-'rr, Nlcflgulluy, H.: '1.ltl. Amlr- ws. lS.tl.t'r, li1:l1.urJw-lx, Ulsct-nv, XY.tl wr. llultz. S tl R Huggins, H. llxclcnunn. lrfv, lftms, NIJ-4-n Wlintt, lf, Hmm, Huylt-, lttltuy. R lhrlxcll, iimwr, MclJ4l1t.tIJ. lxtyvw. Htxw. lx vt. T' rl R Brush, liuckxnnn. fl. l". Sw-ntl-r I.-Multi, Hack-'rt Ltftnztrtl, lfrttvrs-111. A A A w -1 A A T, A A v Fifty four FERGUSON HIAT'I' BEAN HALL METZ BUCKMAN BASKET BALL LETTERMEN mzconn Pon SEASON Players Eugene 1-ltatt F lames 1-lall C lack Buckrnan F Delmar Ferguson Albert Metz G Strnon Delueon G Robert Bean F Martm Boyle F Totals BOYLE BASKET BALL DeLEON Argentme Argenttne Argenttne Argentlne Argentlne Argentlne Argent1ne Argentlne Argentme Argentme Argentlne Argentlne Argent1ne Argentme Argentrne Turner Manual A'lCl11SOl'1 Shawnee MISSION Wyandotte Rosedale Turner Leavenworth Atchlson Olathe Shawnee Mrsston Osawatorme Wyandotte Rosedale Leavenworth Total ,, 4+ G. FT. ' , , ,, 34 21 89 , . e,e,el . etee 32 12 76 , as 26 9 61 , G. 16 17 49 , ,,.,,,, . . 2,17 14 48 ' , 3 as 7 7 21 , .,,,,, 2 1 5 ' , ,, 3 1 1 3 , ,B 135 82 352 1 ' ,B 3 3 .24 , ,B 18 A ' 3 .3 to 22 .,t, , , ,17 ' 3 , 18 ' . .,tt, , 132 Argentine , 2, , , 1U Olathe ,t,t,. ,,,, , , 128 ' . 3 3 24 ' ' 15 ' A 3 12 . 44 ' 1 15 .t,, 3. .26 ' ggnwu 35 at , 3319 ' Y Y 12 20 ' uu.. 21 ' 2 2. 23 ' 30 .., 3 25 ' , ,, 48 , 4 ' 16 ' . 521 ' .. 20 ' 3 .... , t.wYue 28 , 43 ' ,,,, , 17 4423 - , 28 2 31 BOYS A CLUB Fr nr R l rw s t H O :tt M l d Amir H Hxtt Hx im Iry n lf v cmn MD na' Boys tn the A Club are leaders tn the school because they possess both clean sportsmanshtp and school sp1r1t Any boy who has earned a e er rn a competltrve sport at Argentme 1S elrglble for membershtp rn the club Erght boys tn the club were recommended for membershlp 1n the Natronal Athlettc Scholarshtp Socretv ln order to be recommended the student must have grades equal to the average of the student body or above The ath letes approved are Alfred Brush 34 Eugene Htatt 35 Iames Hall 34 Stephen Meade 34 Peter Innes 34 Wrllram McDonald 35 Lyman Ketchum 35 and Robert Bean 36 The offrcers of the A Club are Peter Innes presrdent I D Rrchardson vrce presldent and Eugene l-l1att secretary treasurer QJWKD The tenms team played several dual matches W1th local teams and en tered the Northeast Kansas league meet Only one letterman returned for tennls thts year but there were several other good prospects for the team Rlchard I-leatherton was tne only letterman ln a tournament held tn the fall Everett Ford 34 defeated John Shannon 35 6 2 3 6 5 4 tn the flnals to be come school champ on A tennts ranklng board was kept dur1ng the fall to put the players rn good shape before the regular season started The golf team W1th three lettermen back and several other good golfers played dual matches W1th local schools and schools IH the Northeast Kansas league The team entered the Northeast league meet whrch was held rn Kartsas Crty Kansas The team also had a srx man dual meet W1th Wyarl dotte Nhrch rt Won The three letterrnen are Floyd Harns Dale I-larns and Lyle Offutt n IJ O ut 1 S r nh r ll Mr ht n c TENNIS AND GOLF TEAMS V F T-Irrs Fifty flve ' ' x Q1 Y r , 1 ll ll ' 7 0 uw-Woocry, Brush, Richardso , Bak' r, Innes, Ma mn, Ky chum. Olsccnc, D. arris, ffl . Sccmmd Row- ac co , cws, Meade, Hull, E. int, C. is , iw. , 4: , Hn cv. Thur-l Rowe P. Buc man, Hc.tthcrmn Askew, K-: ms, H, Bu lc a . Boyle, c Q .d, '. . zu i . Fourth Ruwfj. Buckmzm, Ferguson, l3cLton, E YVztllCcr, Hultz, Bean, C. Ixsnhortg Iqmnsurj. ' l A . l ll I I I I I I , I 1 I . tt H I . I ' V . A ' I 1 ' - . I 1 - V I Y 1 I . . I I - I - I - I -5 1 . 1 1 1 . . . . I ' A' I I Ir t Rum Ku c. . H.trr1s, Puwr-ll, Ford, F. Harris, flx . d Row -K. frmlh, XVI Q, flftlc, Shztnmtt1,j':ifuu, Hu C lnsun, l Rum Hull. Htmlhvrlun, Sparks, Hun Mciilxrrzt, . S zuklu tl fcua hj. I 7 ff ' ,. 'Q Fnfty sux BOYS rs! 0 Macleod 'Kndr Halc h T T1rdRo M tPBukmr Mt The gymnas1um leaders class was a new ldea thxs year rnaugurated by Le-she Davls physlcal educat1on lnstructor Boys who drd outstandmg work last year tn the physlcal educatron classes were chosen by Mr Davls to act as gymnas1um leaders The objecttve of the class was to demonstrate the GXSICISGS the other gymnasrum classes used Each leader took physlcal educat1on durmg the second hour dunng wh1ch ttme he rece1ved lnstructlons on advance gymnaslum work Then durlng one other hour of the day each leader was ass1gned to a class where he acted as a leader help1ng check roll demonstrat1ng GXGFCISSS and asslstlng Mr Davls ID general These leaders formed the nucleus ot the school gymnasrum team whlch was coached by M DGVIS The team met ID competltron w1th Wyandotte and Rosedale ln a double round rob1n schedule and also partrcrpated rn the all c1ty meet whrch was held at Rosedale Thrs IS the second trme that Argentlne has had a QYIDHGSIUIH team Leo Green physrcal educatron ln structor at Rosedale coachtng one here two years ago Letters were awarded to all those on the team who had scored a total of ten polnts m e1ther the meets w1th other schools or 1n the rnter class meets and who placed rn the c1ty wxde meet Dunng the gymnaslum show the gymnasrum team gave a spec1al dem onstratlon ln advanced work on heavy apparatus The leaders class ongmally represented boys ot the semor class only but later any member of the Junlor class who showed a marked ab1l1ty 1n gymnastum work was chosen for the class Only those boys who were pass mg rn all school studres were el1g1ble to the leaders class consequently the same rule Was apphed to boys seeklng a pOS1llOD on the gymnastum team The tra1n1ng recerved from the hlgher degree of work 1n the leaders class grves the boys who are seek1ng pos1t1ons as physlcal educat1on lnstructors a greater opportunlty for success 1 2 ' l ... ,...... I Fi R W-H. , r cvcs, om , crry, Loomis. Svcund Row--Askew, Fricli, Stone, Ford. h' w- illcr. . c zu. Lz, Fourth Row-Davidson, L. M. Davis finslructurl, Stcplxensm. . , . . . 1 , . I - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 w . , . . . - I l I I - , . 1 I A - I I . 1 . . , I . . . . . , 1 1 . . . . , , GYMNASIUM LEADERS GYMNASIUM LEADERS GIRLS I A gtrls leaders class was orgamzed thts year for the hrst trme rn the h1s tory of the school by M1ss Ruth Dunrmre phys1cal education 1nstructor for the pr1mary purpose of tra1n1ng gtrls rn the matter of leadershrp and perhaps QIVG them some lnstructron tn the matter of a future career on the bGS1S of gymnasrum tnstructton The pr mary purpose for the organ1zat1on of leaders was to assrst M1ss Dunmtre tn classes where congestron IS very pronounced and the large number of students could not possrbly be handled by one person The currrculum for grrls physlcal educatron revolves around three mam objecttves and offers a wrde held of endeavor The threefold plan Whlch envelops grrls physrcal eaucatlon lncludes posture correctton at least one sport whtch a grrl can carry over wltn her tnto adult hfe and the developmg of a healthy and sturdy body wh1le she ts attendmg hlgh school The proaram for thrs year was concentrated for the most part about sports heavy apparatus exerctses and tumbhng The A Club and the Numeral Club are organ zatlons Whose member are made up solely of gtrls who have earned rn competrtrve sports at least one thousand and frve nundred pomts respectlvely These pomts are earned by the students part1c1pat1on 1n var1ous sports such as basket ball volley ball tenms deck tennls archery handball and baseball When one thou sand pomts have been earned a gtrl IS entrtlea to recelve a letter rn spo t ftve hundred pomts must be secured before she recerves a numeral Every gtrl who takes gymnastum and who IS mterested 1n sports IS QIVQD attentton and IS drrected toward the sport whrch rs best sutted to her No hlghly tramed athletes are developed or gtven specxal mstructron and ad vantages at the expense of others who are not so well adapted to strenuous play A happy medrum IS stnven for and lf thrs goal IS reached the purpose of gtrls phystcal educatlon w11l be fulhlled Fifty seven Q 1 T 1 ' v V 1 . , l , - ir V- T s 'A Y 4' 4 4 , , . - 'J First Row -lvfnc rod. Dmxvll. l. lvlrntizly, Adams. Second Ruw Tlmlrma, litltvrsmx, lilrlmzdsutt, Wall . , , . . . . . . 1 1 1 . . . Q . . . A . . , . . . I ' - . , . 1 . . . 1 1 . . . , . . . ' .1 , . , . t. 11 . . l S . -, . . , , . , . . . . . 1 I I - I I I ' A . . . , , . , v- f-, A , V 4 ..1, ' 1 . 1 . . . . . GIRLS' VOLLEY BALL CAPTAINS JILTT HAII I Tl 0MAb M HARMOIN VOLLEY BALL F ty eight The sophomore g1rls volley ball team captarned by Dorothy Hall and coached by Mlss Ruth Dunmrre physrcal educatron lnstructor won the rnter class volley ball tournament The vrctors played deC1S1Ve rounds wrth every other class team and all were grven equal chances to prove therr valor Mtss Dunmtre selected all teams and all ot the games were held rn the gymnasrum after school hours QJWKD Basket ball also a mayor sport for grrls became a much more developed sport thts year The tournament was won by the Junlors wrth Frances Nor wood as therr captarn ln the mlnor sports the Juntors won the deck tennrs tournament whrle the sophomores were v1ctor1ous rn handball and the tree throw competrtron The annual physrcal tra1n1ng exh1b1t1on conststxng of regular class work sports and novelty dances was held May 15 rn the gymnasrurn Emleen Iohnson was crowned May Queen by Beverly Brown the May Queen ot last year Her two attendants were Frances Norwood 35 and Frances Srmth 34 The May Queen presrded over the program of march1ng sett1ng up exercrses dancrng tumbl1ng acrobattc stunts heavy apparatus exercrses the burldrng of pyramrds and sport tableaus GIRLS TEAM V , , : ' Q V . . .. . . . , . I I I - 1 1 . , - 1 1 I 1 I - 4 . . , . , . I - I I 1 I 1 Y , . First Rowflvlodrell, Stephenson, Lynch, Lehman Bak-tr. Second Rowflienninger, Burton, Hall, Cvrran, Howard. I if - 1? I filfi 1 ZAN zl Iac Ray Colvin Laveta Stewart Iune Darby Don Forbes THE IUNIOR PLAY CAST SEVIINTEENH Dy BOCII1 Tarktnfgtwn Iack Iesse Ruth Lansdon Tonnie Hattley IoI'1n Shannon J THE 'A" CLUB PLAY CAST Vada Mae Presley Margaret Foster Frances Iarnesort Opal Ga1tI1er Mary Harrnon DICK Hatcorno Margaret Wateort COME CUT OE THE KITCHEN By A E Tltornas Irene Sherry Chett Eckrnan Eranlc I1r1k QJWKJ THE CPEREITA CAST IN OLD VIE1 NA Jordon VVIISOTI and Don 1 F 1 Lyman Ketclrurn Ernleen Ioltneon George Balfer Jams HOBC AND KID DAY 7 Marron Cole Iames Brady Iesse Lester Evelyn Irons Eugene Hratt Donald Powell Rrchard Scn vrtzgebel Harold Woolery Ge trude Kelly Iunror Hoo Jer Iarnes Crew 5 ar L rv 1 en.e fed tl C rotary t1t e or oesr areqsea CIO I-e as awarded tae I rs nrwe I one d tar a Aanee AJJIISOH t1ed for Itr t place ae the oe t dressed Iade was d1v1ded I3 t feen t er The fustarta Club 5 on are day tfartr 1 Helen I1 man IJICHC Gral G 1tI1er Id: '1 I3 offne rrfrcf Srrtr C Cr C ne ir 'two te 1 Cr1I I7 and In at Me I I ,JWK SL NIOR PLAY CAST DRUMS or DEATH B How raDe Haloerro If e eCK II 1aret Ea ter JOQNJ , Patters n and The dollar pn e robo and lad 1f1d 1 J' 1eI3re Iey r CeQIar1eeon If fr 1Cret Darn e 19 IYI 1 Kr nsa f C o rt f K1r f Trre C gfa Id CanneCt1 wt tne on an S arrtual C oIi1nJ SC 1 I demonstrat P '1e fftnnr 5 eutt 11C E a Ces rnoae gray stlf fr DI trrrr te C 'st ot tI1e rtgte ta tftrt e r X . . 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A+'- VIOLINIST EXTRA ORDINARY ' gin Harold Cottrell 39 who has en tertalned the students of Argentme '1 assemblles has learned to play twelve DIGCGS 1n the manner plc lured above durmg tne past two years HIS Sp9C1Gll16S are novelty arrangements f Turkey ln he Straw and Pop Goes the Weasel THE ARGENTIAN STAFF ima. Reachng from l ft lo rlght Dlck Halcomb buslness manager Bob Wing advertlsxng manager Harr1e't Anderson makeup ed1tor lames Hall sports edllor Ruth Burns man agtng edttor and Edvttn Browne ed1tor 1n cl'11ef CUTS F ROM "THE ARGENTI1-KN" V IERRY LISTON lerry Llston Q7 has solved l'11s 1n drvldual depresslon by offermg ser vlces to the busmess men of Argen lme Hts servlces lnclude lrlps I the bank and runnlng per anal e rands IIVERETT FORD Everett Ford IS the school tenn1s champlon for lh1S year il U I . , n A o 'A ' ' t it ' - . ff 2.4 ' l 1 I ' ' l M A L . - -4 V VZ- .R P ' . e ' 3 ' ' H , . . 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