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

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I V V r.: , 11:1lf'1i3r117' 11 11' 'Z fi rp E311-111, I ' V ' ' Q 1 1 : 1' .- - 1'5'ff'. 1: 1 , : ::' , 1 Qi 2111.1-H 5 3 ' 1 if 1.1 Ti: if HIGH SCHOOL TERCENTENARY The year l935 marks an tmportartt mtlestone n Amencan htstory lt IS the three hundredth b1rthday of the 28 U00 htgh schools of the Untted State for 1t was exactly three centurtes ago that the good people of Boston voted for Phtl ernon Pormont to become scholemaster for the teachtng and nourtertng of chtldren wtth us Thus the forerunner of modern Arnencar' lngh schools and the founder of tree educatton was launched and the forward movement of the world toward educatton began Any stu dent was el1g1ble to enter thts Boston Latm School provtded that he was able to read l-le was tralned for the profess1ons and was ad mttted regardless of race creed or purse The tu1t1on was tree However there was one ex cet tton glrls were not admttted to pubhc schools untll two hundred years had passed Boys were admttted to the Boston Latm School 1n 1635 at the age ot seven When they were the age of fourteen they were thought to be ready for college Now the student of today does not enter hrgh school unttl he IS fourteen However the Jumor h1gh school IS offertng the beneflts of secondary educat1on to the students of eleven and twelve Three hundred years ago the boys studted Lattn almost exclustvely They stud1ed the They d1d not study Enghsh for Enghsn was not consldered respectable enough for the profes M: stons of law navtgatton and theology Today the students study about the modern wrtters such as S1ncla1r Lewts Emstetn and Wtlla Cather Today the schools offer c urses of a voca ttonal nature Boys and gtrls are taught how to run a farm repa1r a telephone and thtngs of practtcal use The modern hlgh school tends to educate the student as to how to l1ve a soctal hte and 15 teachmg htm how to hve by hv1ng lt twenty students enrolled tn a Colomal Lat1n School the school was beheved to be suc cessful Today tt lUU students are not enrolled tn a school tt IS beheved to be too s nall to g1ve the student every opportuntty lt 1S bel1eved that the Colontal students attended school from seven tn the morntng to ftve 1n the afternoon durmg the summer months and from elght to four 1n the wtnter months and had only two hours at noon The dream of the Colontal fathers ts grad ually shaprng 1nto the reahty There are now over SIX mrlhon hlgh school students enrolled ID schools and there are 28 OOO htgh schools now 1n the Unlted States The courses are taught wh1ch w1ll do the students the most good tn later hte However wtth all tts changes the modern htgh school has rematned true to one class The chrld of the poor IS lust as welcome as the Ch1ld of a rtch famtly The htgh schools BOSTON LATIN SCHOOL Four 1 1 , . y . , K . . - C - ' . , I - . . . . L . writings of Vergil, Cato, Corderius, and Ovid. tradition, lt does not cater to any privileged gCourtesy otS:hctas'1c .c. az le l my ' 2 V V f 1 5 ' f F.. . ..,,.,.. ,.--,.YY.,.V .Y.. .....- -vw- , f--Q.- ARGENTINE I-HGH SCHOOL have carned on a struggle for the educatlon of every Amerrcan youth for three centurres Thrs struggle w1ll not slacken Argentlne l-hgh School has also taken an actrve part rn the system of educatlon It too has progressed as the other h1gh schools of the Unrted States have gone forward ln 1908 It had an enrollment of approxlmately one hun dred students and was proud of 1lS s1x rooms and audltonum and rts faculty of SIX teachers The courses offered by Argentme Hlgh School 1n l908 were algebra geometry Cplam and solxdl four years of Latxn two years of German three of Engllsh botany phys1cs and chemrstry on alternate years Amerrcan hrs tory ancrent hrstory and general sc1ence In the graduatrng class that year there were Then rn about two years typewrrtrng book keeprng penrnanshrp shorthand mus1c do mestlc sc1ence and manual tralnmg were add ed The school then had athletrcs but coachmg was done as a srde l1ne by one of the regular teachers wrthout speclal tra1n1ng 1n thrs f1eld There were no extracurrrcular act1v1t1es All the school had was general assemblres and a senlor play at the end of the year The enrollment was lncreased to two hun dred by the fall of l9l8 Argentlne had the largest gymnasrum rn Kansas C1ty and had made other progress too Scenery and foot lrghts had been rnstalled for 1ts stage and 1t had an orchestra 1t had begun lrmrted cafe terra servrce and It was also begrnnmg to W1n honors Then IH the fall of l9l9 Argentrne made ltS brg start 1n athletlcs Th1s began w1th the addmg of a coach Also dunng thrs year a school paper was establ1shed an annual was pubhshed Camp Frre was organrzed and other extracurrrcular act1v1t1es were 1ntroduced In l92l the school had ten teachers and an enrollment of 225 ln 1923 a large add1t1on con ta1n1ng eleven classrooms and the present aud1tonum was burlt on ten teachers were added to the faculty and the school was changed to a Junror senror h1gh school And st1ll the enrollment rncreased In 1930 another add1t1on was made to the burldrng The add1t1on conta1ns the gymnaslum and elght more classrooms The enrollment at that trme was 809 Today the school 1S strll gomg forward It has an enrollment of l l3O students and a tac ulty of twenty n1ne teachers Many extracurrt cular act1v1t1es are carrred on and the courses of the school have been enlarged to meet the ever rncreasrng demands of the soc1al world Argentlne Htgh School 1o1ns Wllh the other h1gh schools 1n celebratrng thls tercentenary of the Amerrcan h1gh schools and re1o1c1ng ln the three hundredth annlversary of the foundrng of the school wh1ch was to change the future of the youth of Aruenca Fwc , . . I ' 1 ' 4 - ' I A A I eighteen members. . . , - , I I I I A I A - I - I I - , , . , ,,,,w 3111 fttlvmnriam DR D E CLOPPER in ougn the passmg ot Dr D E Clopper March 15 Argenttne lost one of rts truest tr ends He was constantly worktng for the welfare at the communl y and the advancement ot the h1gh school He was lnstrumental 1n obtalntng e ath1et1c held tor the school and was one about the bulldtng of the gymnaslurr At the ttme of hts death he was a member ot a com mtttee to dlscuss the poss1b1hty ot addmg an 1ndustr1a1 umt to the school As a member ot the Board ot Educatton he had the welfare ot the school system at heart but hls spectal rntereet was Argentlne I-hah Six if a group ot citizens whose efforts brought School. -...oo no , or o K . 7 ,, one , Wo-, .,,,, , ,Wim W- ..,,w,vVWW,-.-..- TEN U 40 4 TFIE-QE S 33003. By 1735 the American hlgh school had been founded lor one hundred years lts curriculum had been little modxhed durmg nts century of exxstence lt was stxll m a large measure confmed to the study ot Latm and Greek and stxll remamed true to lts program ol pre parmg the student tor hxs work ln college Thxs type of school dxd not meet the demands of the generatxon The Latm grammar schools were losmg then hold on the group whxch had prevxously patromzed them lor lnterest was wanmg m the controversy The leadershxp ln the com had changed lt was no longer wlth the theologxcal mumty too clergy but was now wlth the nsmg xndustnal and Thus the relxgzous pOllllCCl socxal economlc and sclentxhc eighteenth century was marked by these changes as one of the greatest xn hxstory A new type of secondary school was formed because ot these condxtxons Thls school was better lltted to the needs ol the txme than had been the school wxth the Latm grammar college comblnatlon It was the Amer xcan academy I A I commercial executives. ' I SUPERINTENDENT Tte tercente a y onngs VlVldll to 1 d t e cg ess fvn cn the Arnerlcan man s 'tool has made ln tts three hun dred yea s ot exlstence lt has accorn plrshed unoeuevable advancement and the dream ot the school ot the tuture ts berng realrzed the dream ot the rdeal school ln whrch the student J learn ho J to lrve loy l1v1ng Soctal c w rses are no f more rn emstence than ever before The trend toward home IIlGlC1I'1Q and vocatlonal courses wrll contlnue 'lhe Arnencan hrgh school otters untold opportunrtres to 1ts masses ot eager students to learn how to lrve ov ltvlng I, C. HARMON Eight P L SCHLAGLE PRINCIPAL The hrst hrgh school founded or' Amencan so1l served a det1n1te end t trarned young men tor the mrnrstry The tunctron ot the h1gh school broad ened somewhat through the years but remarned detrnrtely college preparatory lor many decades Flnally as more boys and grrls enrolled the hrgh school became more comprehenstve rn tts pro gram Today three hundred years after the loundrng of the f1rst school one hnds the typrcal Amencan hlgh school prepanng students not only for college, but also tor the vocatrons, tor lersure ture actrvltres for lrte 1tselt ,ii ll Q V . . I '-:L '37 FACULTY MRS MAE SMITH Health MR ARTHUR IOLLIEE Boys Glee Club Beginning Strings Band ALMA BROWN Physical Education Health LUCILLE LANDIS History English Business Arithmetic MR NEIL SHELL Chemistry Physics MISS HENRIETTA CONRAD English History Civics FACULTY MR, C. E, SWENDER History, Vocations MISS MONA WALTER Chorus, Orchestra, Girls' Glee Club MR. E. A. MOODY Mechanical Drawing, Trades, General Shop MISS BESS WILHITE English MR LESLIE DAVIS Physical Education MR F S HOOVER Biology CORA LUCE Geometry History C LONBORG General Science Athletic Coach EDITH SIMON Arithmetic Algebra 1- A J ' D R... A ' . 6 v iw? Wm I ,I S 5- A In .7 . ,I A Ili - '-----'- -. Nine Fx FACULTY MR V E TIMMINS History MISS STELLA COLE English Clothing MISS EDITH DELANEY Arithmetic Algebra lvl I C SHANKLAND Vice Principal Constitution MISS MARGARET DANNFBERG Secretary FACULTY MR. G. C, BRINK MISS MISS MISS MISS MISS Typewriting, Shorthand MAUD I-IEWITT English, Art EDNA BARNES English, Drarnatics MYRTLE MCCORMICK English, Latin LILLIAN IESSUP Geography, History GRACE DALE Algebra Bookkeeping B Arithmetic Shorthand MR. C. L. RICHARDS MISS 'VIISS Ten Woodwork FRANCES TAYLOR Iournalism English BERTIHIA PLUMB Clothing Foods Q usiness , . , 1 , l I I , l A . R. . . Debate, Civics f u1unu'7wW'-TTT-ivw :AV I-L' 1- - F i E1- SCHOOL GRADUATES LARGE SENIOR CLASS One Hundred Forty Receiving Diplomas Are Thirty More Than Last Year Out ot the l52 students enrolled m the semor class at the beg1nn1ng of school l4O students araduated Thls was an 1ncrease of th1rty students over last years graduatmg class The members ot the class were very acttve tn all of the act1v1t1es of the school thrs year There were htty nme rrembers of the senlor class 1n the Student Counc1l hobores ot the sen1ors are varted Some ot them are Bette Bottomley dra Nmg p1ctures of all kmds Dons Dtllon wrttmg names of songs tn a note book durmg study hour Nancy Pat terson and Mary Dav1dson horseback rtdmg and tenn1s B1ley Ktllmer llSl1l1'1Q Mary Ellza beth Magnenat wr1t1ng poetry lack lessee and Chett Eckman collect1ng stamps and Eugene lfhatt play1ng basketball The sen1or class lost one member of the class by death Edward MCGUITG He dled the el venth of March of pneumonta The senror play Iobyna Steps Out was presented IH the school aud1tor1um Apr1l 3U and May l The followmg sentors took part Iohn Shannon Tonn1e l-lattley Ralph Wrre Blchard Schwttzgebel Dorothy l-larrls Iune Darby Ruth Landson Antta Stroud Marlon Cole and lames Brady This year the prtzes lor the best hobo and the queen ot Ktds were both g1ven to sentors Edwln Walker won the prtze for be1ng dressed 1n the most approprtate regalla of the typ1cal hobo and Mary Eltzabeth Magnenat recetved the selectron of the student body as the queen of the Ktds Aprrl l 1n the annual Hobo and Kld Day assembly Thts was the second year that Edwln Walker had won the award CLASS OFFICERS FOR VARIOUS YEARS SENIOR YEAR Luaene H1att President Fdwm Walker Vtce President Frances Norwood Secretary IUNIOR YEAR I D Rtchardson Prestdent Erank I1r1k Vlce Presldent Elma Macleod Secretary Treasurer Eugene l-ltatt Cheer Leader M1ss Cora Luce Mr A W Brown Sponsors SOPHOMORE YEAR lames Brady Prestdent lack Puller V1ce Presrdent Irene De Weese Secretary Louise Dargan Treasurer Eugene H1att Cheer Leader M1ss Edna Barnes Mr E S Hoover Sponsors FRESHMAN YEAR Iames Brady Presldent Bette Bottomley Secretary Treasurrer ugene l-l1att Lea D1ck1nson Cheer Leaders Miss Stella Cole SDOUSOYS Mr I C Shanklandl Berdeen Gflllln Treasure Donald Powell Cheer Leader M1ss Frances Taylor Mr V E Ttmmms Sponsors EIGHTH GRADE lack Euller lrvm Ienkms Eugene l'11att Mable Coll1ns Donald Powell! Mar1e Mart1n l M1ss L1ll1an lessupl Mr E A Moody l Prestdent Vtce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Cheer Leaders Sponsors SEVENTH Dlck Halcomb Leo Wells Margaret Watson Edwtn Brown Eugene Hratt Donald Powell Mahree W1llrs B1cnard Schwttzgebel Prestdent M1ss Malta Sheppard I Mr c L Rlchards Spongm GRADE Presrdent Vtce Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Cheer Leaders NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The lollowmg members ol the Sentor Class were chosen for the1r outstand1ng qualltles m were elected to Natlonal honor Socre y They leadershlp scholarsh1p character and servlce ,uantta Atklnson Euntce Butler Geraldlne Carr Mar1on Cole lune Darby Loulse Dargan Clrett Eckman Eugene Htatt Don Forbes Frank I1r1k lack Fuller Mary Ehzabeth Raymond Gordon Magnenat Edward l-lutchtrson Marte Metz Blchard Schwltzgebel Donald Powell lackson Stone Glady s Studdard Edmund Thomas V1v1an Thomas Q Eleven Q . V , C . J, , . , . , . , , . - , , , - A - . , . ,. . , , r , . ., . , L . . 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L, , , , - , . - I - - - - - I r u an 1 -I CLASS OF 1935 HAZEL ADAMS Basket Ball 2 3 Argenttan Stall 2 3 4 Cantata 4 Glee Club 4 Girl Reserves 1 3 4 Mustc Contest 4 Campttre 2 Latm Club 3 Operetta 4 yrlrxg Squad 3 LEIGH ROBERT ALLEN Football 2 3 4 Basket Ball l 2 Operetta 4 Cantata 4 Track l 4 Mustc Cont st 4 Glee Club 4 HELEN ANDERSON Art Club 4 Basket Boll 1 Gtrl Reserves 3 3 Campltre 1 Typ mg Squad L MELVIN ANDERTON DEAN ARNOLD Press Club 1. 3 4 Argenttan Stall 3 4 Quill and Scroll 3 4 atm Clr l 2 Student COLDC1l 4 Radro C'ub 3 IUANITA ATKINSON Mustang Club 4 Basket Ball 1 2 3 Arge an Stal 2 3 4 Latxr Club l Operetta -1 Cantata 4 Glee Club 4 Curl Reserves 2 3 4 Stuaent Councrl 1 4 Musxc Contest 4 Typrnq Squad BERNARD BABCOCK MARION BARTON Annual Staff 4 Argent1arxStafl Z 3 4 Lattn Club l 2 Gtrl Re serve 2 3 4 Student Councrl 4 ESTHER BASTEL Oper tta 3 Glee Club 3 Cantata 3 MADELYN BENDER Typtng Squad 2 3 Orchestra l 2 4 BETTE BOTTOMLEY Baseball 2 Art Club l Basket Ball l 2 3 4 Araentuan Staff 2 3 4 Lattn Club 2 3 Grrl Reserves 2 3 4 Student Councrl l 4 Class Olftcer Secretary I Numeral Club 3 4 FERN BOYD Twelve . r R , , . ve,, . 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' '.r.,, ,, ' 0 2 . 4 L A'5,,, ".: , ,: ntl f,,,: 1 f .t ll ,T 1 2,3 CLASS OF 1935 MARTIN BOYLE C bc l 4 Baseball 3 A Club 3 4 Preslcen 4 'lenms uQ fl Clt b 4 Basket Bal 3 4 Ope ettc 4 Cuntcxtu 1 co rcxclc 2 5 ufle C unct 4 Mus C C nes 4 LORENE BRADLEY 9 G r 1, owe al Q IRQ er Q ed IAMES BRADY Foo bc l 4 3 4 Mustang Club 3 4 V1cePres1:1ent 4 Iunxo Plcv 3 Bcske' Bfxl 1 ATQEFTIGD Stat 2 3 4 Ope ettc 4 Con atc 4 Czlee Club 4 Student Co.1nc1l l V C ntest 4 cb ICG e ent 2 Sem r Pxcv ETI-IEL BROWN ta 3 Club 3 4 Eos e an l Arqenucn SG 1' atl Clfl tcm' Sec etfiry RICHARD BUCK Cx rrp to 4 Ccxrfc: G LL C Cr .mc Mu lc Contegt 4 HAROLD BUCKMAN otncl 2 'l 4 Base Oec 4Tc Cb re 3 1' lv'u'slC Cor' xc fl PAUL BUCKMAN o bczll Z A C u G rcet Bc Truck J Gy Lecxfie EUNICE BUTLER M Qtcnq Club 3 4 Anr Stott 4 A q nt G Stott ? 3 Oper fx ' G 4 Gt l Reie es Pres den' 4 Student Ccufx ml T 4 Vnce P e lclent 4 Camphre l uslc Contest 3 ROBERT CAMPBELL Sr Hem Coufxc GERALDINE CARR cle Ccwun Ty mq S410 1' Arnuc Stal' 4 VIRGINIA CAUDLE Br1QketBcl l Operettn 3 Gntatfi 3 C Q uh 7 Glr e'-rves 4 Mu IC Con f Crvnyfnre LAWRENCE COLCLASURE Lc n C ub ng- L Nu! Q I I l 1 1 I - 1 1 l A Thrrtcen N Z l l I I V K ! FC! l ' l '1,, ,4 FG! ,',3,4,l l lb,3,4I5S ll,l,l2,3,4, M.!n'1'x,, l,1Z,,' r , ,4 l,.f" .r,4. Cl A, Club, 4, T ', , 3, 4 'Z nf 'Q' l, , l l Q 1 1, Bos E ll, 3 At Cl 'b, 4, B t B ll, l, 2, 3 FIT' f ve., ' u., , l ' , .ucxl ', , r e x n X l, l, ,4, - Gym l. 1 fer, 4. eff, 3, 4, Ccxn.cta, 3, 4 lee Club, 3, g r , rv ,2, 3, 4 l .5 ll l , , 4. I l l l I t ' 4' ,V ,I ' ,l, 2' llusnc C , Cl NS Off r, Pr Std ,l, ' G l , 4. " . , l zl,1. Muf. n , , . k t B ", g.. l . T fl, f., 3, I I. n Club, l Glrl Ileserves, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4 Tyyxno Squad, I Ar'1en'1on Stuff, 2, 3, 4, I.Gf1II Club, l, 2 G1r1Rv:-serves, 2, 4, Stu- . Oflx ,, Y - C ,2. it . 21,4 'I 'L ll, 3, . . l .. l, , we '-! , , 1 .. t , 3, 4 GUN lub, 4, Stlyxc-rl! '11 Ll, 2, sa ,, , l, 5 ,Qf,t C ,l', XIQXCI ,l.,3y ll Ref, S, 'S J Mft, fl ll , 1, Fo 'S l, ,,, bull, Q. "A'C1:1b,I,E,4 B251 ' ECI, Q 3, 4 p rett ,f1, r ck, f ,. . , Jesf 3, -1 Curt 2 ,?, 4 Glee lu ,3, 4 Ar' Cgxb,-1 1: l ,E F fl' 0 I 9' R., 0 'V an-' , ' cv 3 ' - , X H :-4 N 4 t . '721' I . CLASS OF 1935 MARION CLARK COLE Club l 2 A Club 4 Mustang Club 4 luntor Play 3 B slce Balt l 2 3 Tenms 3 4 Operetta 4 Cantata 4 Glee Club 4 Student Counctl 4 Typmg Squad 4 Muste Contest Sentcr Play 4 RAY COLVIN Art CluL It Jy .Jeb S ual 3 t 3 rte Artx r I ALLAHD COMLEY Orclte t a 4 F ne Arts Festtval HAZEL COMLEY Att Club 4 Argentlan Statl 3 4 G1rlReSe ues 3 Typtn S uri L 3 GLADYS CROSSLEY Operetta 4 Cantata 4 Glee Club 4 Musxc Contest 4 Typtng Squaw 4 IUNE DARBY u tang C ub 3 4 urxor Play 3 Lcvtn Club l Curl Re erxes Z 3 4 Student Counctl 2 4 Campttre Z 3 Ftne Arts Fes ttval 4 Sento Ptay 4 LOUISE DARGAN Op e a 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 G1 R0 erves f S ulrntCour1c1l 4 Nustc Contest 3 4 Ca pflre l X 'mer T Jsl er l Ca tata 3 MARY DAVIDSON 1. L Azen a I.t'1Culr O Gee ua ' '1 Cornet s 4 SIMON DE LEON 'N uo B Ke at T IRENE DE WEESE La tn Club X 3 Stude'1tCoL.nc1l L Class O fl e Secret DORIS DILLON Baskc Ball t 2 3 Argenttan Stall Z 3 4 Lattn Club l O5 ettc 4 Cantata 4 Glee Club 4 Gtrl Reserves 2 3 4 Stuien Counctl 4 Mustc Contest 4 Press Club 4 WILMA DOWELL Mustang Cltb 4 Operetta I 3 4 Cantata 3 4 Glee Cuo 3 4 StujentCounc1l 1 Gtrls Gym Leader 3 Gtrl Reserves Fmt Arts Festtval 3 Music Contest 4 Dropped out ol schoa Y l u I 1 n I 1 i 1 1 1 1 A Fourteer 1' J x j' 2 1 X L - u l Art , , ,3, H " , t . I . Lctm Club, 1, Lf 'er tt , , , , , , rl .s ,2. Q I .', ,'., 5 ',1l, ., 5 , , - . 5 3,1 tf 2 , . ', , , ,'. Class ,, ' .5 'ref 22,4 O4 2, reftr ,Q n ,,4 l.'lustf1r.J Club 3, 4 Secretary,-1, Basket Bill, l rw tt rt Sail, ', L1 Amor PL , 3 'Susie 'q ', , 4 Rain Clxl , 4 .. 3 4 a 1. t ' ,, 3 peretti, 4 C:1ntafa,4 l Cl l 4, TL .' "est val, 3, 4 Str! Reserves, .:, 4 Stutdett I I t', 3 Must: Conte't, ' Czrttp- fire, l 'A 4 A ' ' rQQtsQ1t,1,2,3,4 WA Ct 33, 4, Qs' tB '1,3,4, mek, 3 4 , ,g ,2, ,, r' ,2,, g 4 A ' D ,Fw NV, qAy,,y- . , - .V , .,., Wi.. I , , ' ,', , , , Jer- Ms n It , .. ,,2,3, - a,, l',l, g V rv-Yvw A f Y Y N ,A 1 W , ,, Y , Tb- CLASS OF 1935 LAWRENCE DULUARD nil Ar C LENA DYERSON N 11 Iumr 1'11q1f1 5 hoo O 1. Q C '1 fra 1 Gee C111 1 01'11or1ccx1 Conteet 1 A qenhn H gh S hool Lcmn Club P e C1111 1 ee C11 S'11r1en Cohn 1 4 IMO GENE EBBING Wvcm otte 1411011 S ro O e G C 1 1 L 1 11 SCHOQ1 Cv ee C 31 3 e G 3 4 Car fl Q1 112 Ccvntest 'Z S1313 nt CO1 nc D o DEA 01.110 3 00 CHETT ECKMAN SG 1.c11'1 C b DTLCLSFT C nc11 2 3 Debi 3111 1 31 C 'nest A Typmg Sq.1c1c1 3 A C u P :xy P Ann L11 1 A C111 GERALD ELLIOTT DELMER FERGUbON C11 DON FORBES r Club 1 Ar 5 111 1 Iumor Plcy 3 TPHI'11b e 1 4 Ar en mn S G11 2 Edmgr 91111 11 3 1 r1a111o C1ub 1 s 1,1 -1 QJ111Gnd S 12:11 ja LEOLA FRARY 'I A 3 Jlf 7' IACK FULLER Foo b'J11 3 -1 Cz Leqde 4b 11 3 49111 Counc11 2 IAMED GOFF 'cz 4 Cv 1 Jv'11L 11 LO 5 RAYMOND GORDON Annua D 1. 3 La' '1 C1135 1 Car Cfmnf-1 '1, r 101-1 Typ '15 133 Orc 1 CLARENCE GOWER 10 C11. 11 CW: 11 R111r1C11 Fifteen ,A ,H ., ,, 1f,,,,,, --A, Y, . 'Y Y f ,H W, I Foe? 1, 1 t lub, 1, 2 A t , , 'A C.'1b,11, 1nu11"t.',- , , , -I 3,-,Pres C1b,3,4 Pr szjen, q 1 1 .,'.,3,4 , - . 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Q, Heli: CLASS OF 1935 K '55, -9- DOROTHY GRAY 1 eball l :ul H 1 fl Typ q Squad 3 JACK GREEN Torwtkall 4 lla f r 4 BERDEEN GRIFFIIN .f mufxl w If Cll arr a at f Ouxl and rl Q erm Qt ter Cfut a C 'xcc 1 1 l..at1n Ct lnq R IDA L GROSCHE FOWARD HANEY u tana C I 4 ba 1 ygxvf- 1 -'I Car-trta Gee Club l I ilu 'lnr Cox nc Conte I MARIAN HANFY c 1 e c- fmt DOROTHY HARRIS Bellevuc Hxah Schoo Bellevue lwb a Ka Gul Heeervcs Clee Club 7 Natlonal Har or Soc Q y l.at1r Club Z Claw Ol lt er Vtce Preeldent Aram me Htan Sclncol Latln Club I m r Pl LEO HARRIS Central luntor Hlalt Schoa S utr Ccuncl VICE Pre tdent l Basfkall l Gy Leavlo H Qket Ban I 'l Tennm lx M Cor Cratonca Conteit l Basket E 1 l Araentm Htah Schcc Footka yeretta 4 Can ata 1 C L c WILLIAM HARTEGAN A Club 1 umcr P r 'Q Track e P Can'a a C CHARLES I-IARTGRAVE IOHN HATFIELD Lothall 3 A att xr TONNIE HATTLEY A1 Club l Mustara Clue 4 Annual Q a l '1 Letm Club l Gtrl Re-se yes 4 Araerna 1 Carr' l 'lyylra P Ba LGI Ea IO V Suteen , I 4 ' A N M q I l I . G1 I ' 2: rn, 'M 3, 6 I A. 3, ' 1 G, I Q- 55 , ' . ' r Y - I A f . . , , I ,,,L , A . 6 B N Brea , ,Qi Ha:kr,t Ball, l, . C e:er'.'e:, l, J, f, ,n ' A l, 1 , lf r ' fs, Z Q I A -In , . I 1 ie! ,Q I ,'., ., C , - - , QI 2 .1 ., ' , be 3 av, fl t,,- tv Cuz' f' Y. l Q7 X, Ant 'Ha 1 ' - .s- , 1 l .I . . 1 c.Q, l QA- , .r 9 I :ll Q' ,a.' l',',,,,4 , fl O , .1 .,- 'l -- Clul, fl Trac ,3, 4 uma' 1 ' WSI, 4 ar f'1c1ll,-1, lr' 'ir' lx ,Ai Ar -tt: Y. St .LQ 1 l S:-zlllp, "Eb, l,Ql,3 G: ' Hhs '-52,4 .Til lt frcxl, fl 'llyy Qqum: ffl Cl 5,5 ,:. -1, 'fre-nurcr, 4 rt ,', 3 T lcy,5 C-er rt, 3, . 1 ,3 Gee -uk - , l. Ope:'e'ta, 4 Glee Club, 4 Student Ccunczi, 3 Radu' Clixin Q -X. I'1miall,l,L,3,f1, A Ctuk, l, 7,311 M 'S lun, C srtet I'lrll,Q'0p0-,.l,,,f, ..,lf3,4 Q ',,2, fl, 1' 'llrf1c'l1, l L, 7, 11 E ': -lt 1 xl 1 f F, -C lluF1C S F1 , ' Club,3 fi I. T. Cl 1' 3,4 T:'a:k,7 14 ff-Z.I..:' I l ly 4 r , - . ' ', ' , L! if 4 tor Pay 3 M - , , r' ,2, . n Start, Z 3, -1 Stuient lxa: 1' a.l, l, L, f- A1'C.uk, Q PTIFIIK-I Q 1 F 4 Cf r :fa -1- Councxl, 'Q 4 .p'u'e, , . Sauna 4 C17 tern fire C'f1n1rz": -1 Gm' C .L -1 l-f Cfrxesf -1 5 F' I ,A . SCN Y1l3'7',4 -- A-feen M- A fee-W-eeeeee an Renee'-'Rene na :inn R'-an rn A-I RICHARD HEA 1 HERTON EUGENE HIATT C31 T xc 1 HARRY HLJGINS CLASS OF 1935 PM up me EDVN ARD HUTCHISON RALPH IREY 0 L C D rp 'rl fc11tc1t:1 Lf-G 'L EVELYN IRONS 1, c IRVIN IENKINS Q OFATOST C1r1 :- DORA HOLLAND LEE HOWARD .1 1 F F00 fx H V1 9 H rc K1 PGYXYCITG Ifustung C1 1 wc C C ARTHUR HULTZ HOG! Bcsfce' B TACK IESSEE Or Pmy Q FRANK IIRIK "0 e L31 F1 U 1 1 906 WC 1 epes ! 6 Q ? -I Seventeen l A ' A 1 1 l - v 1 'z 1 F A C114 1 - 1 1.11 ':::1f II 5 1' Pirie' 5:11 A Chr -1 Finn-t 1 . Lf:'1:1 C1:1b,1,f GQQ- CVE Q 1 i 'Ianni 1 f 1 Trifk 1 3611, 3 fi Swann' fl ':r1"1 11 Ff11:11C'ub,4. 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S Rm: 1 ,115 4 SIISIS Oizcer, '!::.- r .' f1.fCA,A:,V4 'A CVQL 1 2,4 Eqmqwf-',:, I 1 Q,-1 fritrt 1, O, 27.1, F A C .: Fwy, 1' P171 Ari: f'e?i1'.'f11, 3 4 1fxr.t'111f' ' 11 'f':g1f1:n,1C Orch-evrfz, 1, 21,3 'RV' l.ff111'1', T' -' S"1",1f 6, n 3 1 I Zi' 44299 V 1 Q.. U 1 F Y , , Q1 I 5 F. W DE FOREST IONES 1 on CLEOLA KELLY II JF C 1b H 1h O 1 11 C C 4 J LYMA I KETCHUM CLASS OF 1935 C Jo J 4 Mu any exp cvs L Glee C T U K Ju C rhe 5 W1 I RIIOCIU Mu RILEY KILLMER S11 L1 RUTH LANSDON '1 C L WANITA LAPHAM COL111 11 irq C 11 f Q any 5 IESS LESTER I1 nor P my DOROTHY LOVELACE 'BISKL 5 11 Cnr' ELMA MACLEOD C 1r Resp em CQLIF Or HQQ oss O ef' MARY ELIZABETH MAGNENAT A C A J, 1 fini Scrr I. 1 CIUIJ A1111 e S Cl r New 1 EDITH MARE 'JH fn 1 HERLINDA MARTINEZ 1 'I Eighteen ff, 61 t , 4- - ff' 1 A. K-'ll L A ' ' f ,V f , X S? , , ,, "' It XX ' 1 I ,K Q, 5, It 1 -L , Y :R 'W 1 sf , 'U' ,f , f' 1 ffl 1- I 6 . . ,Z A I 1. sm 1. , 6 X . f Y 1 1 K . . 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A: ' 1'r.':r.--II11I1 53 11' 'UI M lst. , T 1-,-1 Iii.: 'I PJ :y E C: orwi 1 ',l,'yqyA1f'j,1 H5111 fl Ag- -, 5 1.-.mf BIZ., Q I 'S1:'. Hr- ' Ni If-' VG 3 CIUIS 5 Gif! H""Y'f'?' ' 5"5-i 55' 771 IY- 'A C1115 If C5121 A:1L-1.1: - H1 . 53:11.11 inn' C 171': I I. 1'1:1 ".11I 1 'L fl C'...IX 4 -flz. . C' 1 V1 Ctr. 'ig u1e"':, 1 C1flI'lf'1 1 fl xr: rf " EH- 'vw ,, 5 : :-1 1 L4 1" ,1.'wQ: Z ff ' f F31-111-" P 1.2 . - ' ' ' "' ' ' ' ' W' ' "W WYCW' W' W Y CLASS OF 1935 ELIZABETH MASTELLETTO EDWARD MCGUIRE Cen 'xl Iurlor Hlqh Schoo Baseball l Arqentln Hlgh Schoo Ward Hlqh Srxlool Latm Club l Arqentlne Hlqh S hool B1 e '1' Councll l Typ mg Squad all F otb 3 D1 d Marc DQW MATTHEWS VIRGINIA MCHENRY 4 Ca C u 1 Mus c Contes 4 y Glrl He 9' ee V hex G Lefn FRANZ McKNIGHT LELA MCCARTNEY Foo ball 4 Lam Club l Oreetre 4 Cantata 4 G Club Cen al IunlorH1qh School Orchestra l Basebal 1 Wyandotte Tack 4 Argermml Stun 3 rllgh School Llte Savlrq Squad 2 Argentlne Hlqh School Gtr se Jes 4 GENELL MENEGAY Drop dost o school EVELYN MCCARTY C Reserves 2 Typmg Squad 3 4 MARIE METZ Art Cllb 1. Annual S at dl 9 1 Press Club V WILLI M DO ALD Presldent 4 A gertlan Sta 2 3 4 Quill and Scroll 4 P Sl AM C N d nt 4 Latln Club l Z 3 a ata Glee Cuo Doll 7 3 l T GC 4 series 4 St dent Councl 4 Ml 5 Contest 4 IUANITA MCGEE ROBERT MILLER Jn 3 a C uo C1 l Re ud rt Coun ll C L aaer 3 'C' E 1 3 X -nsteen A Wii H 'Al im' i AV I ittsvri V i K I li i i Y V rl A-Ain J Stu ie.. . ,f, 2 ,QI A bill, 3 Basket B ,2,3 G all, e h ll. I Qgierett.-1, Mntala, 4- Glfee l b, A ,1 . it , G If 7' Z' 3 O 5 377 l ll 2' 3- : , t' , , -r r , , " . , Fee , -15 Re' r' ., . enrl. , ' , , . ll ,S, ' t t, QE 'l 7, -, ' , 2, 3, 4, lce . ,,', r 1' ff, , , ,3, , :e,A . e , ', , ,', Operett ,4- Cant . , 4, 1 ' Foot' , ., , 4 "A" Clqb, 3, 4, Basket Bal, l r lc, Z, gStu4 4 Gm Re , 2 , U 'I Jil: N gien!Counc1l 3 Gym Leader, 3, 4 Tvpmg Squad' 3 4' I C ' 1 , 4 ,lf-e Cf ', 1 Jr serves, S Track, 2 Sf e. C ,'1, efyzn e ' , ,4 M I I . wi 4' A ' F r at 5- Q- , , , 6- 4 4 A A 'x 5 ' W 5 Q 1 ' ' - 23 , , , GX .-, 'f .- ,R A A ' 7'-ff'-ff. 'Q'21j,? " 4, V I -1 . ',.-. gf. .. I , X S1 ,I gh ' ! A' , or , A + vt ,,, , S I V 1 ' .x ' W inn 'V Y' C771 W' W Y H 7 WY C W ' SJ H -' 4'- 4 li CLASS OF 1935 Q ' " x Ln.. WILMA MILLER S blette H1gl1 Schcol Sublette Kansas lumor l31ay .J Ba e rche 3 Arcyertme HlGl1 Schoo1 A C.1k 4 G l Pe arvc FRANCIS MINNIX 'lracl-' CLYDE MOBERLY DEWEY MORGAN T ack 4 ROBERTA MOSER S Aloyslus Academy l.at1n Cluh l 1 Araentme H1r"l1 School C lR6S9 ve 4 Sudent Councl 4 Mustarq Club 4 LORRAINE MURPHY oer1t1ar1 Stall 1 '3 O e e c' antata b 1 Rose I L Conte 1 S Y Q51-1 ww' VIVIAN NIXON Oseretta 3 4 Cantata 3 4 Glee C nb 3 4 V1ce P esrden 4 1 easurer 3 Hu IC Conte t 3 4 Typ na Squad 2 4 L1b a an G1rl Reserves 1 LORINE NORMAN 1 O Iffl C11 C Ln FRANCES NORWOOD Cub B bal C1 A Cub Presldenl 1 Nu ang Club 2 3 4 Ba ket Ball l 1 3 G1rl eserves 'lent Counctl 4 Cla s OIIICQT Secretary 4 NANCY PATTERSON Art Club 2 Mustang Club 3 4 Basket Ball l 3 4 Latm sw l 1 Operetta 2 4 Cantata 2 4 Glrl Reserves 2 3 4 M Contest 2 4 Glee Club 2 4 Gym Leader 3 LOIS POOWER Latm Club l 2 G1rl Re erves 2 3 Typmq Squad 3 f DONALD POWELL Mustang Club 2 3 4 Basket Ball l 2 3 4 Te 3 e Q C'ub 2 3 4 Argent1anStafl 2 3 4 Operettcx 4 Cantata f C Club 4 Track 3 St.1dentCounc1l 4 Debate Squad 2 3 4 M Sl Contest l 2 4 Cheer Leader 1 2 3 4 Oratorrcal Contest chestra l 7 and l A Club Pla 3 Annua a Qu1l and Scroll 4 Q 1 1 1 i l Twenty l', , S 5 4 A H . 41 v- " is ' , X 1 Q Q X Q 1 ' gi: . 1 .1 ' Q ' 8 ' , 1" is . ,f 'p I il: s 11. 4 -11 ' I , 1 , ' - ' ', ' sk 1 ' I 1 I I I ' L' I I 1 I ' V TI 'I Be11,2,3 Press Curb, 3, Glee cms, 1, 2,3 G1rlReserves, 1, 2, f ' 1 1 ' i S1 1 1 R f 1 1 Y H A1 3 C f,'2'G, 1, Y 1 I ' ri I1 , 11' I l.at111 Cluk, l Dr 1A fl t lsv'oo1 Art 11 ,l, ase I , l, Z, 3 1rls ' 1' , ,A ns' 1 , , ,N s , , 'X , R ,2, 3, 4 S111- , J I , 1 , , . z 4 CTL, , 3: , , : , , z , , , : -Ylslf . , , , , , , , , nnis, ,4 Pr s. 1 , , , 5 , ,', 7 , , . , 1 szfee Ar ,'f, 1, 4 Lat1nCl'.1b l, Q 1 r 111, f 4 C , Or I B I V Q, 11 11 A YV . 1 S1 ffl' 4: Y 4 Glee Clu ,7, 4 G rl .' rves, C M1s1C . st, 4. l , . I I H I - ll q CLASS OF 1935 TRUMAN PRIDDH CHARLES REDWINE ygq q 3 Squid A Cub I D RICHARDSON 'call 1 aplam 1 A 11 4 VlC9 Pre 7 Via tang C B a Czntata Z 3 G P6 Club Z 3 4 V1 e Premflent 3 Secretarv rack 1 4 Studen OUDCI 1 2 3 4 VIC Pres1den dent 4 N' Con est 2 3 -1 Class Of 1C Presmien A Cuo Leade MAXINE RICHARDSON Vntartq C LA 3 Ket Ba n e P e J e Loan ure Con es 3 1 G1"1Lea e EVANELLE RITTER Juman S 1 a 1 C ore Cantata 7 C111 3 C1 1 Or LESTER ROGERS GLADYS RUPARD Je '1 S fi O Q a 2 4 aa 7 D 4 C1 rle -4 S udent Cour 1 1 Typwz I1 DOROTHEA RUSSELL e Cx Z Can 3 'J G ee C Reserl Ty,1ng J JOHN SALAZAR oomatl 7 3 Bank 1Bx :1 2 3 4 Gyr' :ur RICHARD SCHWITZGEBEL La 1r1 C ub 1 Semo P 'xy 4 MLSIC Contest 4 Tenms I P CI,1b rqent 'UI S aff 2 3 F 1 0 4 Quu and S roll 3 4 Secretary 4 Studen COUHC1l 4 Debate Squad 1 2 Orfhf. 1 Z 4 RadaC A CVubPla1 3 IOHN SHANNON TOO on 3 Bisvogl C1 1 u 1 3 1 4 La 1n Opera a -1 Can 3 I1 Cub 4 ck X Suxien Co 1'1 ML 1c Cowes! a 1 Typmq Sqqafi 3 Hat G C 1 Lv 3 Semar P v WESLEY STEFFENS L 'I ff Q Q1 'K Twenty one 1 A ni - V Y I Tfgfg 4, Ar :'1a. t,:f, 2, 3, 4 Lain Clxb 1 ' 1' reit , , Cant t' , L, 4 Glee Cla' , A 1r1Re5e 1 S, 1, ' 31 .:'1, b '. 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L1'zn Club, I Og Q-rfettu, 2, 3, 4 Cantata, 2, 3, 4 Cwiee Club, 2 3, ,Z '.,lC - r 511,211 7 51r1 Reserves, 2, 3 Swd K1 ' Cll, 12 Cirrtgv' ,I,, 7 Mwst: ' it 3, - :I r 3. 1' li, I, E Art ub,l Mustcrq Cl b, 4, Treasurer, -t Iunmr Pl y, Ba,:se:HaIl,1,2 Tenr. s, l, 2, 3, , t Club,1 ' lx , , 1 ' ,-1 flee " , -Tfc ,1,'. 1 1 11 Ct.. 1 11s . . , -1 Chem Le 'len 1 , 1 , it lf, 1f1,, -1 Ar 1 zz L 2 -1, L 11: lub, 1, lfl Og va L , Sm: : . f,1:1r1f171,. fe'-Erz' F CQ, 2,3 B1-:inf 3211, 1, Q, 3, 1 Tr1'k, 1 C"?iaf.r'1 3 -1 FOV' ll ., ffm- Ars F1es'1'.'1f, 41 K , J J , G ' Q 1 ' 9 ,QA A . ' ,M . - " 'flk ' X . x V, - 4 sf Y 'Q , Y ' . ' ' 0 I B- ' 'V - K .4 3:3 , CLASS OF 1935 M LAVETA STEWART lr! Club 4 Annuc1lS1oll 4 lumor Play 3 Arqenrlcn Qioll 1 ot rx C ul 'i Girl RQQSIVGS 1 Stxmlvnt Commczl AGNES STICE r IACKSON STONE Lv T C ur Q our cl r 1 BOB STOVER F10 ANITA STROUD C l Axczcrlmrl Q cz fi Ke Pu Q e ll 'G Cx X G we Club lrl Hagen-1 Cr Tr drfylle L wx l rpcw GLADYS STUDDARD lla Llc lGfn ""' -1' HELEN TAYLOR B sebcxll 1 Bo Q Hegervge I t Cl c u C EDMUND THOMAS I Sq ROSEMARIE THOMAS lellerson rllgh Sfhocl lellersow Oklclhox Q lumo Plcxx lellersowlcw Sta 2 ee Cluk 2 Arqe H gh S Cc QIuc4ent Cou l VIVIAN THOMAS elc cr Colmcl " O MARY TORTORILLA EVALYN TRUEBLOOD , rein I7 cr il .5 4 Glee u ln rlieexe 'Twenty two ' 1 A ' 6- M ' , gs M f . A -fx' I . 1 , X L I f ,, 6- f G 9 3, ' ' ' G' 4 'X 1, J 1 . , 1 ' xl , , X . ,fl ' , . , Y C 2, 3, G , 3 fiit. E 'l, l G.ee Cl b, 7, Gmpfzre, 1, T G' A, L 1 Ol ', 1, 7, O . ' " ' , ,-1 Tyy mf: . A, F-'1'.f1'l, T, 4 Y Tyg 1r.f uf:-1 4. P." 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I ,U , ,,, , ,.Y, , ,WR ,., , Y . , ,..-,, EDITH TUSH cnet U 1 EDWIN WALKER CLASS OF 1935 C16 C11 crr Operntrs ontctcl EQ C Z1 Cw11C1l l De:-l':'1o Qqnfm f1 PAULINE WEBER Lu 111 C111L EMMA MAE WEST YtL11or1t Crm Q rp S111de'1 Sucd'l4A 1lL 13 ub 1 C ur C11 Ressrvex G I BEULAH WILLIAMS er 3 M11 Im 1 Q .cet Bill O 1 Cczntn 1 DON BEELER HEINZ NEWMAN ixxx I CI H9 an 'x ph P Ty,1 ne' SG A gon G ub 4 Llucr MARY WINTERSTEEN erettc 4 Cantata 4 G09 C 1 1 Flfl Re P e 4 Cc"1p l Mumc Cor est f RALPH WIRE A Club 1' Vlu tcnq C Lk TFYIP s X Armin 111' 5 att ID Club l Truck 1 1 Studs: C 4 Cortest Z 3 Cheer Le-r' 4 O che-st C1 Ro Club re G 4 me SUNG 1 gmc m CLYDE WISEMAN ctbcl 3 111r 4 N'11sf1r1q C111 '31 t rx' Ccntccz 3 4 Glee C b uk Lezzfle MERLE WOOLARD 1r RoQe1' C- Ccmohre l Rcmket Boll l ee Cl b Operate 3 Cfmtcx T,p1ng Squad 2 Bcselzc' EMOGEAN WORTHINGTON ask B 3 Ops C F99 C1r1tc1to 3 f 1 RAYMOND WOODWARD e it 1 Cm' nt 1 0 C SENIORS VVITH NO PICTURE DELMAR MILLER cvhol us sl outa 4 fx 4 r 4 l fr 1:7 ,A ao- r- I- - 1-1 .-1.1 .1 .- 1... -I Twenty three .77 , 7 77777 77777 . 777 7777 7717, 77 7777 7 , 7 7 77 7, 77 , I 'S1r. HL-":r'.'z4:', 1, Q B 7" QI l ArTCf111:v, l Op , , , , by 1 K2 ru' S, 1. flrn, 7 .I . , 1 Fccfrrxu, l Ql, 3, 4 ArtCl11b, l 'A"CI1.E,1,3,-1 E Sk vt F l, l, 2'Tf111:,f1,4 11 ,1C ,-ZGD l1.r,4Tr.ck,l,2, H ' ,,. S 3-,-4 . ,t..'f ,2,3,4, I: C1z1':H:.' '. 1 , .1 . 1 -1 C' sf Otncor, VICP' LG! , ' ., 'l Goft, 2, 3,- nt oL1nc1l, Mum: fre-.'1f1r.' 4 1 ,', ,-1 - mer, ' r . r , l, Q 3, -1 nrt, l, 3, C, rett, F AHS Ffa' ' l, 1 S-. r Play, 4 H1210 ' 1, 4 Arr fl.u.:,l Z l ff., 3 Q "m::l, 4 C r:1gi1rP, l, Z, Fo i,2, , 4, "A" C' ' ' 1 st 4 . . fake H .l, 3 t ,A , g . 111 , 3 4 Trc' , 4, Olamffa 3, 4, Gym 71 T, '11 Bus:-7 l5c11l, l Lotm Club, l, ' .t Ccunrgl l C mp? , l 'l",'g:r.'1 QQ ,1, rt C11 , l. I , ,4 113, 4 G Q . 11 ,' , l, 1' , .I1, . , , ' , GI ll , 3, 4, WILLA WHEELER MUSIC Contest, 4. Mustcir Cl , 'l, 3, 4 B 5' 1 ', l Arjent Stuff 2, 3, 4 Lum. l U, 11, 3 .1 I : 5, 3, 4 C.: 'r,, 1 '-nz Sqn 1 , 3. B , Qt cxll, 2, r-ttf: F 4 c ,t , flew Cl1b,F,1- G1rlR.. Yves, 2, 3. Ffh -'.c1ll, l, 'rl 1. 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Op:-1l,3,4 17 f, 4 "ik, l11l1, fl, 4 'fffF"'1'f'1 3 HUM 3 Fo .1 1.,z,3,4, 13 11,1 Bag, 1 ,:, 01, Af Chung' , ,, Gio, Clu'., Track 2, 4 41151: C Jeri, 4 Jef I I 5' ' I 3, Q' ,I , af ., V A 1, ., M 1 X I 3 Q I Y I -W 1 I 0 Ex 'lk' I . - if ,fl Z I ,, fl 5' f' I . 6 if' or S. , ' A , 'rx 4,' ,V 5 , , I , A 1 R-. , IUNIOR IS CHOSEN AS OUTSTANDING GIRL Agnes .amlth wlth Elght Attendants Presldes Over Physlcal Education Demonstrcxtlon Thls Year Agnes Snltt amor vas chosen as the most ocltstandmg alrl tn the entlre physlcal educatlon department of the school thls year She wlth her elght attendants prestded over the physlcal educatlon demonstrat on held March 29 ln the school QYITIYICISIUITI Loretta Burton one of her attendants was also a mem ber of the ,un1or class Thls year the 1un1or class wlth an enrollment of l86 students was one of the small classes of the chool By the beglnmng of the second semester the enrollment had dropped to l74 The class was under the sponsorshlp of M1ss Cora Luce and Mr N F Shell lack Darnell was presldent lack Post vlce presldent Harold Chambers secretary Donald Taylor treasurer and Dorothy Hall cheer leader The annual 1un1or class play was presented December n and 7 1n the school audltonum under the d1rect1on of Mxss Edna Barnes for the purpose of ralslng funds to flnance the IUDIOT senlor banquet The 1un1or play was entltled Sluddlng The settlnq of the play t o W was latd tn st fx town ot ldaho n a h where the famny had pol1t1cs for breakfast lunch and dmner and nobody Knew much about 1t The cast was as follows Marlon Hardy Agnes Smlth Aunt Mllly Frances Balrd Andy Robert Belshe Mrs Hardy lane Thomas Iudge lames Hardy Delmar Sewell Grandpa Hardy lack W1lhm Estelle Hardlng Campbell Mar lone RICE Wayne Trenton lll Cu tts Klng M Stubblns VlTQ1l Cheek and Myra Hardy W1l cox Dorothy Coons The Junlor senlor banquet was held May 3 at Fatrfax Alrport The class was represented 1n almost all of the school actlvltles lt had twenty members 1n the Mustana Club They were Sh1rley Apple ton Betty Cash Maxme Cox Helen Durre Dorothy Hall Hazel Brves Robert Bean Nell Hackett Llghtfoot Fred Mason Harold Chambers Huber Morns and lack Post Peggy Hennlnger Mary Began Agnes Smlth lane Thomas lack Darnell Bobert Davldson Raymond Klrkpatrlck Cllfford C ockett Brlckey G e B 3 Cox App eto Ca h lv' Cooper Beasley Bonn Se ora Rc Belshe F Andersc H Chambers D Sa Th d Bc N Doohttle Ga th H 1 Ba er Du e D B d II B ran on r vt Pot th Bom C pehte arr Creek But Denrw Place Ca he DCoons Bodkm B Andersor Fe ng R D f Ffh Bow Be r Cuxster Belsleavv Bel Bounds Denlor Gallut D Pos L to lozrllt D r I anklln B n on H c e 4 in lon CLASS 1 936 Tuentx your . x 3, a 3' . , V . .. a nt ll ' 1 1 cme 1 A ' - L t ' 1 .1 . A . Q . W - Y - 1 1 . , . F . 1 1 - I 4 ' I - ' Y I . . 1 I t - I 1 I 1 1 1 ' I - I I 1 ' 1 - 1 1 1 , ' A I A 1 ' 1 1 1 A 1 V s . ' A - 1 F ' 1 , . . I - Q . . . Q - 1 . 1 1 1 ' I 1 I 1 1 ' 7 4 T , . . I 4 I I I I ' . T A I ' I I I " I . . . , . . , , , . . , 1 1 1 . . . , , I I - I I A ' I Ftrs B wi . r ,' , 1,fesp1 , utr' , , nl n, s.., I . v 1 V - IN yy w y A C l -- , , n, x,i1.av.'1y, Espy Curran, 1 Bemria, , . ' rr . xr vie-1' .' , i er, D. rr, Chxlis, E, lc , rr D1az,P. , ' e 'EI' 1: '- ar . r, C. D , 'X , 'r cn, , T y, , r , ' ., I 7.1 , avxc son 1 t 'f a 1, ' , . 1 ', 1, ' ,, T l, Garcia, fer birch Rav.-S 'ornel' ,Ber l ' ameli, r , rul qt , . Fgs h r, E. Lf. K '31 " W ' . j I f 4 1 9 . I -Q 1 if W f . - I 'f I CLASS 936 F1rs'Row Lynch LISIOH Mccorrrlck Moore Glllesple Monroe Hayes Lampe R Lynch Hcgcrrrarn Mlddleton Second R m L Oropeza Maddox Mohr Mo rmson Henw nqer Meneqay Goerlrcln Lehman LaVlar Goebel Greenwood Holb Po-c A Oropeza Thlrd Rov Hall Harman Lxgntfoot Lewxs Kallas McKee Lopez lenkxns Morrs Krrkpatrlclc Vou 'h Ho lv' nley Heck an Hox ell Ottut Numb rs Kussnxan McG1vern Porter Leona 1 Three members Walter Belshaw lack Wllhm and Russell Woodward played 1n the school band There were also tour members ln the Student C'ou1c1l They were Dorothy Lehman Marlone Rtce Fred Mason and lack Darnell Elght rumor glrls were ln the glrls glee club and four boys m the boys glee club Thl year sex eral members of the Jumor class dtd outstandmg work m Journahsm Nona Harmon obtamed mtervlews w1th Ameha Ear hart and Cornehus Vanderbrlt Ir Dorothy Hall also obtarned many mtervlews lhlS year She IS a member of the Press Club Henry Frscher was also a member of the Press Club One Jumor glrl Shlrley Appleton was out standmg m typmg She placed ttrst m the sectlonal Kansan trophy contest whlch was held March 23 at the hlgh school Shlrley typed a net rate ot 52 words a mmute w1th seven errors and placed tlrst 1n the novtce speed d1v1s1on J D11 xr 5 ra e H W1 drnan Fo 'er P estor Seco Qnsnson Sees: Wa er Tho s Smth Reoar S hreb 1 anel 1'nl'l a S S ll ee W rt t Shar Ryan R1 e Saul ders cus VVe1r Vhl Da lolson Van Vlo Tanner S uze ourhF cr 'or Shel N, o f S tl' Weber Mason lb Tho CLASS 36 Twenty five OF 1 .S V . . I I ' I A - F1552 Pl:'.-,'-Afietilgzr, Raja.-', Y':su'n, . 1 Tribe!! -'Jr g.t,R1:e ntev rt, St phen Rd ig "'l -' 01,15 It Wlhfy " D 3,213 51:15 ' " C ell Biker Thrrd Rc'.A.'-W. e'f.'e.l, e fi, .ex , 4 wqn' , H 'e, Y '.. cn-.'-if y. ,I Re rl ldsrl. .ml ,I , :ian OF 19 I '- H177 I SOPHOMORE CLASS IS SECOND LARGEST Many Have Interestmg HObb16S lor Lelsure Txme Wayne Fleetwood Has Rare Collectlon of Stamps ln compar1son w1th the rest ol the sen1or h1gh school classes the sophomore class ranks second 1n SIZS wrth two hundred two students who come from var1ous grade schools and ap prox1mately eleven h1gh schools ot n1ne d1ller ent C1l19S These 1nclude the followmg schools of Kansas C1ty Kansas Central Iun1or North Kansas C1ty Northwest lun1or Ward and Wyandotte The tollowmg C1l1eS 1n Kansas are represented Shawnee Er1e Leavenworth Turner and P1ttsburg Class othcers are pres1dent Clyde Andrews v1ce pres1dent Clarence Baker secretary Mar1 anna Berns and Robert Beck treasurer Ray mond Conley cheer leader Emory Cooper Several sophomores spend the1r le1sure t1me on such hobb1es as stamp collect1ng mak1ng ot paper dolls s1ng1ng COOKIDQ sav1ng co1ns Wayne Fleetwood owns a rare collect1on of stamps He has between 2 500 and 3 000 SDGCI mens from more than 175 countr1es Hxs most valuable stamp IS the Flymg Horse a1r ma1l stamp from Uruguay The smallest spec1men IS n1ne s1xteenths of an 1nch by three tourths ot an 1nch from Vatlcan C1ty The largest 1S one and eleven slxteenths by one and one e1ghth ol an 1nch that came from Spa1n Approx1 mately 500 ol h1s stamps came from Germany where he exchanges stamps w1th several Ger man boys One spec1men has a pre war value of 50 000 000 marks or about Sll 900 000 lI'1 Amer1can money Maxlne Cole has the hobby of collect1ng and mak1ng paper doll clothes but w1shes 1t to be understood that she does not play w1th dolls Raymond Conleys hobby IS s1ng1ng to h1m sell Raymond McDonald s hooby IS do1ng most of the cookmg at home Clyde Andrew s hobby IS sav1ng coms and that ol Olm T1ppett lS knock1ng golf balls away A sophomore GCl1V1l19S comm1ttee was or gan1zed by the sponsors F S Hoover and MISS Edna Barnes at the beg1nn1ng of the year The counc1l has twenty me1nbers and 1lS duty IS to be 1n charge of all act1v1t1es ol the sopho Andrews Anna Walker Clarence Baker Robert Beck lack Campbell Harold Gentry Warren G1bbs R1chard Lee Paul Maden Ernest Stone Maxme Cole M1ldred Corman Dorothy Cross ley Ruth Heckman Evelyn Plunk Sue Presley Dorothy Studdard Hazel Trent Els1e Wolf and Patr1c1a Worrall Ten students are chosen each year for the Mustang club but tn1s year as there was a t1e F1 tRov1 Freigriks Sules Bo se Collxrs F Campbell Babcock Andrews a Sl e ond Row Corman Bryant By d Duluard Clark Ru h Cros ey Damels Cro ket Gre O y E Bell Dodson Corbe Tl'11rdRow V Bell Beemont ry Foster C omwell Y Fox E B ovn Campbel E B k D t Wld E Bl k B d a er ex er 1 man rv1n a emore or ne Fourth Row Cole Berns C I Brown Conley Benlon Fleetwooa Mos alla Cam Clulders F1'tlc Row I Burckman GlbbS Fultz Gordon Hale l Fox Der mgton Boyle erguson Syth Row Cooper Coons Prmce Barnes Franc1s B unk Davd on Freeman CLASS 1 37 Twenty sux Y W V - ii?-A , - - I I I I , 3 A f ' I ' ' . ' , 1 . . - ' I I I Gnd kUOCki1'1Q QOH bC1llS- mores lor the year. The members are Clyde . I I - 1 - I I I I ' I I ' I I A I . . . , . . 1 s 'A ' r , , S , 1 , , , , , E c - ,H , r , , , s , sl , , C 2, r , , , 2, ' - . , ,E , I , r . V , . , r J , G C 1 l, l . 'f , V , ' , , ' , r , i S , . Y ' H I Ut ! . 4 CHJKSS 1937 .61 1 Hdmclc H Marr Vu rson Llston l Hernandez Gdnqwe-. Krrtbler Menon C 'Cefes H G ntry Qeccrd Roy Hdcyws Hart N Long HICKS P Metz MCG1VS n McCord K 9 Y rdow Kennedy Lecxvy Mdxtm Lduqllm B lessee Htckock I Macleod ldrreson Fourth Ho fn H Row MccDondd B Horgruw D Hogan Honer Lee MdyLen Hush HO Vlhlteheod Ho sor Heed Sch eck Hayden Madden Tux or G sley ones WXHHCW Moscx c 'vlessmge Shutt Pete son Txppett Prlnce Huscon Hors Thorrtcs Mtllhol. e Tdgue V Slczcr Stone eleven sophomores compnsed the sophomore DOFTIOD They ore lerry Llston Clyde Andrews lohn Wlnchell lock Buckmdn C l Brown Mdxme Cole Anno Wctlker Elste Wolf Betty Ph1ll1ps Mononno Berns ond Pcttrtcuzt Worroll Ftlteen un1ts of Cred1t ore the requlred num ber ot unlts tor promotmg the student to the senror hlgh school ln lull stondtng The re qutred sublects for the sophomore yeor ore Engltsh ll VOCCITIOUS ond physlcol trdtnmg, one holt semester eoch ond sctence Glee club orchestro pubhc speech bond clothtng I or ll and tree hand drdwlng dre cr few of the elec nton M r ,ornery cr nd Mclyre Y icrlex t1ve sublects thot CI sophomore student may toke wxth the reqtured sublects rn order to cctrry the requtred l1Ve untts ol study durtng the sophomore yedr There ore dpproxlrnotely twelve sophomores who hove been nelther obsent nor torcly durmg the ent1re yuntor h1gh school course Th1s l1st cons1sts of Elleen Gregory lock Buckmon Evelyn Plunk Pr1sc1llo Metz Mdrguerxte l-lctys Clyde Andrews Cord Preston Emory Cooper Mdrgoret Teutler Roy McDonald Robert Beck ond Wrlllom Rush fl Row Srrnth WOOAh9Gd Wxl d Q Heck an Kelley Ho fc Peso Price T ent Wolrce Wo Tet er t nr v mescr' Reese e P L Kenned Rc 1 mg F' kes A tler nler Pur s oupe 1 C Keyes b tce Wrnte s een Wood at Worm P PC Home tson Tweddel l Sr"1th llfth 1. l'lel1 W P es on Hdr dve Vo s Jluqhn slxtt R Woodfd Q lowes lc Vlece c e CI 'l CLASS 1937 Tx efltx sewn L , JB C 0 , A - TN I 1 Hirst 'g , . ,.. d . , P 1,, r , . .- , e M L 2- e. , , r, ,elloq, TMR f , . A-.tt ,' ,t , t. . ' l , , wr, , , , N ", . we. 1 I- "- , fri A, . . " , K, 'l , A Q F rim . ,I ' ,Vi f tif,. r, , r ,' , , :, ri, - 1 1 , , - - , 1 1 I . . 1 f - ' . I I . - . . . . - I I K , I Q , , 1 1 I I I I I ' ' ' ?.:s'f --H t , C tt' ,H I Y! K, t . 111 ., Q '. . Cher jaccn . . , d . , ..z 'rn ., , C , rrl,1-' E-1,-ice, . r , ' r, lt, :fl Tl 1 Rc .'-lc ' ., , , Mxli r, 7 wit, . s,Surir.-r,S'1t1'iird, Wtl M l vt, r P .k L lruvh Fffrf- 'I , :,! , I rf, .1, Quik, S . dgrdss, A r " A .l, . .t . ' Rev:--So 'th, Lt.. eld, xnches, 7 .t , Tyr , lohnscn, . bergl, X Thomf: , ' f A x ine- rn, . , . 1. owne, Suixiuft ' 1, P'.,l!'1Yi'gl n Wsiiherrs, Sh nt cn ' Vv Y, v NINTH GRADE CLASSES LEAD ENROLLMENT New Feature of Year Is Spectal Mtxed Chorus Wluch Grves Students Knowledge of Glee Club Work The freshman class had an enrollment of 215 students at the begrnnrng of the school term Onl, nmeteen students were dropped by the end of the f1rst semester leavlng l96 tn the class at the close of the year Thrs 1S an mcrease of forty three students over the enrollment of last year and remarns the largest class enrollment m the school The class was made up of students comrng from twenty four d1fferent schools The schools ID Kansas Crty are Noble Prentls Stanley Emerson St Iohn Iunctton Frankhn Lowell Central Oak Grove Northwest Iunlor Clara Barton and the lohn 1 Pershrng School Some of the c1t1es represented are Crossv1lle Ten nessee Iefferson Clty Mrssourr and Card1n Oklahoma The followmg C1l16S tn Kansas are represented Holhday Leavenworth Raven wood Overland Park Madrson Banner and Sublette Th1s year the nrnth grade class has been offered a specral mtxed chorus class to glve the students wlth spectal talent more knowledge of the glee club worlf Thls class had an enroll ment of thrrty three The nmth grade students part1c1pate rn many of the act1v1t1es of the school There were f1f teen grrls ln the Glrl Reserves Mary Ehzabeth Burch was presldent of the lun1or Glrl Reserves Twenty boys played on the Jumor hrgh basket ball team and the freshman class had the fol lowmg SIX representatrves rn the Student Coun c1l Dayton Ienkms Robert Bradbury Dorothy lean Gould Mary Ehzabeth Burch V1rg1n1a Krna and Ruth Bruce ln the freshman Enghsh classes clubs were organtzed under the mstructron of M1ss Henrl etta Conrad These clubs held meetrngs once a week dur1ng the class perrod The freshrnan class was represented 1n the school band by twelve members The ntnth graders also played an outstand mg part IH school sports Ldrth Anderson and Margaret Harmon won the deck tenms tourna ment ln the Junror hrgh whlle the freshrnan volley ball team was successful 1n wrnmng the 1un1or hrgh tournament The Jumor hlgh glrls athletrc assocratlon sponsored a Hallow een party October 29 1n the gymnastum In order to recene a dlploma a n1nth grade student must have made flfteen unlts dur1ng hrs Jumor hrah school years He must take Enghsh home makrng tgrrlsl physrcal tralnmg and c1v1cs durrng hrs freshman year The ma1or1ty of the students mtend to enter the semor htgh school after graduatron The students elected these offlcers th1s year presrdent Iohn Broomfleld v1ce presrdent Lols lean Burns secretary Margaret Stevens treas urer Treasure Lloyd and cheer leader I D Thomas M1ss l-lennetta Conrad a new member of the faculty who teaches Enghsh hrstory and c1v1cs was the class sponsor Other new nrnth grade teachers were M1ss Alma Brown who teaches phys1cal educat1on and health M1ss Lucrlle Landrs lnstructor of hrstory Enghsh and bus1ness anthmetrc and Mr Arthur Iollrff who teaches begrnmng stnngs and band F1rstRow Denys Ave 1ll Bruner Davns A hlock Doohttle Doohttle Dulhoo W Arnold Broomfteld Second Row Br5cedBc:liDock Bhcgk Carroll Ea ter Comfort B Bax on Dxckerson tl ea e uggxns onne T'11rdR w T 'Sender Bur h Crawford Claxton L Bnnk Clark Badek r Don ey Cha pell Lasley Aderholt Fourth Ro C v hen Brxstow Anderton Co perthwau Borce Damn M Barrd Ba nes Cleaver Flttlr Row B u'1s Eshnaur R Brown Beton Anderso Ferrer a Males C h C B tl B t l C Cl D Ak u er as urran me e 1 xge msor rxth Row D Brown Ani rton Carpenter Chrrstme Myer B1 xaba y McCu y Doe CLASS 1938 Twenty eight W . , r . - . r I , - . . ' I C , .A ., I . , I f, . , -I - I I I I . I I I - , . I .. l . I ' I ' , , - , . . . . . . 7 , , , , . , . . . A . ' V , I , . , . , . - I I I I , ,. . . , . I - I I T I ' - I I I A I I I - - - I ' I I - I I I I , I I I I I I I K, , . . - I C I I I S I t I 1 . ' - I l, , . A 2 M 1 M I C I I I ' I I' CI A 'I W- re A , , , V: , , ' a, . - r . , , . , , . rt, r, , as, . ' , -2., , , rr r, t t. 1 L , ., ' .. .II I X OF 2 . v CLASS 1938 tl: Ve Jo' Lowa Lovrt M Koche Grtttlr' Henny H hlnson L Ha Ma rn z V Harey S con Row Larson VcDouga H Koche Grbson Lee Ha o r-loo Vlcca y ure-en Tldw Manrexlllvlle lv eel u anclali lvladl Nl V1 r Levvx rras fourth 'wow IL.ll6 Ho st B ver er L1t'en Harmon N'cl'le'1r1 L be 'Je ll Laver ctc Ly h arl Brown 3 Moore L o Mc:M1llan Holthouse McHenry MCFC: land Leon Lalrn Kerth Gregory Mclvfnlan Kelly Syl' 'lo D lenkm La e Mlller Hagar Hrck Keatmg M scn EIGHTH GRADERS HAVE MANY HOBBIES Glrls Show Outstandmg Athlehc Ab1l1ty of Enhre School Are Featured 1n Spring Open House Out ot the l89 students representmg hve dll lerent grade schools enrolled rn the e1ghth grade class at the begxnnlng of the school year semester Plloted by the followrng cablnet presrdent Rlchard lvlanlun vlce pres1dent B1lly Wlnter steen secretary Elva leanne Burr treasurer Pearl Reagan and cheer leader leanne Barley the act1v1t1es ot the class were headed by the baby show glven IH a general assembly at the school The proceeds from the entertarnrnent were used to purchase geography books for the seventh grade puplls athlet1cs has been marked The gtrls tn the e1ghth grade classes have shown the rnost out standlng athletlc ab1l1ty 1n the entxre school They have parucrpated 1n rnter class basketball tournaments and were featured ln a turnbllng exh1b1t1on at the sprlng open house Four e1ghth grade glrls fllled ofhces of the 1 Sow Tay o Srrnons Stand sh F Worthlng on Vlfebste Weave Seem L Worthmgton Ve ron Wrckersharn N a S alen nae l I o n Wnh Snodg ass Woolery Thornhxll Sny aer hr d How Rose Saunders M Smzh Moo e Tarne St lckland Stephenson Stoker Wxng ou th Row Oeh ert Toad Rtchey Wheele C S'r1h Rawungs S hoo g Rodrlguez Stanley Youn S S t- Ro Fhsner Oropeza Pooke W1 ham Pcunuan Payne Wa mg on F Tl' mas Norwooa P tt Row Stexers P rlclns Norh lNo her E 1 El S aldrng L1 tor Q0 CLASS 38 Twenty nm: 31 'M ' ' ' f ' ' Q 5, . ' j ' 1 ' '11 ' 1 ' ' Ili . 'x V Fzrs trw- r , . 4, l , ', . . ,. r, ., , utc , rrxs, .Ie . j f rl, IA , r, , , . hner, G uld, ' ver, rt f rf.-.bf A W I 1, f, G. Tzller, Lt .1 af, rg. Hegre H ff, M f' tg tm l' .fl --""r,ll.rA,lH.T"l 3 . ,r r 1, eznlrlr, lorion, Flftlr . cw-- ., Q, 'lvl 'urejm I ' A, I , , . r , .,, 182 successfully completed the work ot the first The interest ot the eighth graders in school F175 . 'f l 7, .r ,, L , 1 , ' r, ' r, . ' Niger, Second Ro' -Sny er, .pl ' 5, 'Ra ll., "h ads, ner, ' r , Z. A - A ll fl ,V gl'VlS.AAAl 1 T I :1::. v.'- , , r, . s, . , . , rr 1 , . Sixth 'f ' lv, el , Turf- r ., Smrrh, Ph llzps, R char, ri- - t C We - 1 1 N or L 1 T H: CHJKSS 939 F1rstRov- Eldrrdge Button I Batle Burr Bradbury Espy Brewer Fredertcks Bellman Beaumort utton Second Rom Easle Fleetwood Frwm Card Drshman Ball Barrett Blar Bak L hambers Thrra Row DeS am E Crossley Gower Coleman D Gtbbs Frelds Engle orbett E Crossley Ft Burge fourth Row Alumbaugh Cowperthwart Goebel Cartmtll Donley Dugg ns Beeler Dutfteld Gllles Ftth Row Ellerman Coons Hultz Fogleson P Getger Haberman L Grlzhs Garrett Alltson Mathews Brawner Srxth Row Forrester DIX Mlller E Burge Burke Go sett Albertson Juntor htgh athletlc assoctatton Dons Hultz was vtce prestdent Ieanne Barley was treas urer Maxtne Dtx basketball manager, and Mary lane Cartmtll track and held manager lean Schtebel W1ll1am MCGIVGTH Dale Sparks Donald Ltston Paul Gtlles Btlly Burke Iohn Thorp Wayne Chase and lack Sutton played on the Juntor htgh basketball team Addtttonal organlzattons lnclude the Camp hre g1rls and Iunlor Htgh Gtrl Reserves Betty lane Westfall was presldent ol the Campttre g1rls and Eleanor Small was prestdent of the Iuntor I-ltgh Gtrl Reserves tor one semester ln order to take part 1n outstde act1v1t1es the stu dents were requtred to matntam a htgh schol asttc standard Ten students were on the luntor l'llQl'l Honor Roll They were Pearl Alumbaugh Frank O Donnell luntor Shartran Paul Gtlles Btchard Burge Roberta Scott Helen Wtseman Rtchard Mankrn Betty Thoman and Wayne Arnold Hobbres ot the etghth grade students vary greatly They tnclude modelmg atrplanes mak tng stamp collecttons playtng accordrans har bormg several dogs and collectlng movte stars plctures Pets tnclude canarres cats dogs goldttsh and one raccoon The ambtttons run htgh and mclude all helds ot endeavor such as those ot doctor lawyer sallor actor and for the g1rls atr stewardess actress nurse and school teacher The currrcula of the etghth grade offers the tollowtng requtred subjects Engltsh health artthmettc htstory ctvtcs and physlcal tratntng and select1ve ones wood Work freehand drawtng mechantcal drawtng sewtng band trades tntormatton orchestra dramattcs strlng mstruments and band rnstru ments l'1rtRow fell y Lrston B Mcftvern D McDan1els Prather Ktrch Prr Ltttle Leep Cottrell oecona BJW Ladenburger Hoke Pollock Presley 'N McDonald Mo rrsort G McDonald hcgernann V Prrce H lohrson Th1rcll:lcw Manth 1 Phtlltps Leslre West Long Lynch Neumer Brtnk Lembcr e Fou th Row Turner Nmemtre McMahon Maybell Pane Pretzold Foster Layman McNulty Ftlth Row Marley I Mrller Hontz Parsons Matthews McCurdy Lovel' Ltttleft ld Matthews erxtl' How Gxbbs Lawson Meade Mankrn Adamson Htcks A Iohnson CHJKSS 1939 'Thirty ........y........., -.--..-., .M T . , ' 1 v ' ' ' . 1 I - - f- 'A .1 , tli. ' 1 11 1 . .. K ,i 1a FYI - " 81 1 - 1 1 ' 1 1 1 i 1 9T1 . - , 1 ,,,. 1 -1 5 1 1 1 1 - V 1 4 ' I - 1 - 1 1 - I - 1 1 1 I ' ' I - I V 1 I I A . . . . . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 . , . - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - I I I I I , I I - 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I - 1 1 1 - s -L e , ' , . i , . , , , ce, " . ' 1 A I A 1 ' mr Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A QM? r - 1 ' ' 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 . .B I ,, . 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - .I CLASS 939 FIYSTRCW Standrsh E Reynolds Stxgall Sparks Shartran Wnght M Wendt B Wrntersteen B Wrlkes Reed Second Row Waters R1tter Sxmpson H Wtseman Westfall I Swmney VanBusk1rk Strong Wxehe A Smrth Scov1ll Thtrd Row Rxle D Ruscom Trueblood Trveb W1re Terry B Rogers Spears C Stanley Fourth Row Srngleton Studdard Wand rwell Renegar Welcher Schmrtt P Reagan Wentlmg Rrche Frtth Row Tush B Woolard S hoolmg E ecxgan Small Selle s Southerland Thornan Scott Sephenson S1XfhROW I Schxebel D Sch ebel Thorp H Rutledge Iameson Sutton Trpton M Reynolds STUDENTS ARE FROM SCHOOLS OF FIVE STATES Take Actlve Part 111 All OIQGIUZUTIOHS oi Iuruor Hxgh School Sell Candy at Games to Buy Books Among the l78 seventh grade students there were twenty four dtfferent grade schools rep resented These twenty four schools are tn Kansas and the tour surroundlng states Mts sourl Arkansas Nebraska and Oklahoma Sponsored by Mtss Edlth Delaney the sev enth grade the fourth largest class IH the school elected the followtng ofhcers Frank Haney presldent R I Atk1nson v1ce pres1dent Ioe Wh1teley secretary Eldon Spears treasur er and Dorothy Evans cheer leader Bes1des havtng hve members rn the band the seventh grade class had rnernbers 1n the 1un1or htgh g1r1s athlettc assoctatton Camphre G1rls and the Iun1or Htgh Reserves To buy new geography books Betty Buckman Alrce F1rstRow Cerov ch Curran B Duggxn N Duggms Buckman Darnell B Dams B Alumbaugh Frter B Iones Bonnett Forrester Second Row Cross Iack on Babcock F ke Cromwell Dtllon Holthouse Htlrs Dtckerson Thrrd Row Car on Toeneboehm M Iones M Allen Baker Atchley Grxttxth Casey L, Arnold V Iohnson Ferguson Hull Armstrong Ftsh r fans Cl 'nert E Carpenter L Cook Alrnon Harkness I Iohnston Haney Fourth Row Berry Harms lngurelsen Lllsvtorth Bell Ha es Bryant Boque Ftshe He d 'vi Whtte C Horns Hayes Iones Erter Casstdv B nlon Atkrnson Croc ett I Cook G Brown A Brown H Cook Duncan Aver1'l F Iones Ferret a Fttth Row Hogan Copeland I Fuller R Frsher I Cook Coons Green Doye Dare XX! CLASS 940 Thnty one - ' , . ' e . , . ' , - . . . C . . 1 1 r. 1 . . . . . . . . 1 1 1 1 - - 1 ' 1 - - I I I - - ' 1 1 - I I - ' 1 1 - - l , ' 1 I I ' , . 1 - 1 , . S. . ' , . , - , S . ., 1 , . ' , . 'r. , , I, T ,1. , Y , ' ,Eh , , A 1 S , ' ," li . I , . . . . , vi . 3, . , Y -I v 1" u IQ , L-'I' ,W 'M N5 2' 1 1 n. 1 I Malrs, Mary lear. Ketchum Btlly Dtllon l-larcld McHenry, Paul hills, and Mild ed Darnell sold candy at the tootoall and oasrcet oall garnes thts year The suolects f itch the students are requtred to taxe are Fnahsr artthrnettc htstory ctvtcs feoarayl , ond rl ystcal educatton The etec trve vuhtects are t oodwork freehand drauwnf owfma orchestra chorus trades tnlorrnatlon moc antcal dramnq l strung rrstrtrnents K1 hand tnstrurnents ON WARD ARGENTINE Cnward Argentrne Cnward Argentme We ll stand up for you F1ght and hope for Blue and Gold To these colors we are true Rahl Rahl Rahl Stand and cheer boys never lear oc Cheer cheer the gang s all here For A H S The seventh grade faculty tncluded Miss Alma Brown Miss Stella Cole ftss l-lenriett Conrad Mrss Edttt Delaney Plumb lvhss Mona Vlfalter lvltss lvftss Ltlltan lessup lfr E A Mc fl R1CHGTdS lf C E Sfende 4 an Mr Art rur muff e schools tr Karsds re,re f e lass are Emerson Stfnley ly re Prentrs .artlfltn Mator ld ds P lfatse Sr or 1 Mes urc oinl roam Jhss Bertho Bess Wrlhtte l esl e Dams ARGENTIN E STEIN SONG Slng to dear old Araenttne Ftaht tor the Go d and Blue Stand and let us honor our school l et every loyal Mustana srna 5l"Cj mth all your heart and soul Fyes al Nays toward our aoal Keep thts one and only rnotto Be larr and honest to our toe c 11 ,yan -lla ttre ans ak ey f. ore ter S t L te McG1vern Lewts Long Wtnae Wrnnmaharn Ttcrett M1llCY Lovelace Tlbet Lowa Puclce Becker Shoal rra Box Shutt Vane arson Hu sell Stthb R Be d Warne Rangel Non oe Svtlnehar Vlfhteley lc 1 Ocnc Leaxey lust Purtngton Pe'zola ct..rtl'- Bom McM1llen Holler Long I. Smtth Lcnod D Kelley D Kell Hobmson Strrrrons L Smtth Mock McCurd Vtth B vw Sanaers V! Srmth Servos McHenry Cv Smith Webe Lee Prtr Kelso Ramsey Yctahum Moms ck Mclvhllen Perk ws B Rxce Sudduth B S ni- R Rtce Wa son Chtld Harm Pa se Shoernarcer Pame Patert Tabbe S1xthROv N'cCod Ovwen lv'cGl"a'1 Levns Lt.n be a Matrs Po e S Ftiifilga CLASS 1 940 -.a. , Tlurtx tu o I - V T V I X v I , , I . a l 1 l 1 1 Q , - ' ' H lx - 1 .. , , , , A , - Y . A , . . - A - A , . . , 1 .,. .,. . t NV- - -- '-fi A F ' Q ' ' V .. . . . Wcdy, T r. C. L A 1 -I, , .. , . ' , rr, , . r, lk r u -E X4 A ,1 -A ' . ' - d . 2 Toll t, F' F ' , r "Q at, Th rc A riff ' sezpt d gn the fi Y 1 V , ', - 1 C T ' , ' , I ' C 1 V, y l. A ,.' Q ' in ., rx d Fr 4, , Tu Jo. 1' , C lklo li . .. .,t T gl tr l l l rj' l's f.. , . . J 1 - 1 1 . , .' . . , V Y . Y- ..i . , , , . t . , : A . P A . , , ' , ' cys A. H. S, our pride. 1 f ll.:s' Hot-. 'L B4 ft ,l Y W' Edae l'l1:rE' T1f:f'l,'lhf 'nas St l , I Sp Hers, M o Q, M lla , I' peers Etfcora Har. A 'r , , , , I ,' 'L ,' , ' , ' , Y, t , 'f, , N T .3 X . , . ,L , 'S ., 1 s, e , I, ., : , " 'Z ' t ,' ca, Str: th, 2' hr: ' ,' si To . 'Y , t , , . , 1 r , , .ey, o '- ' . I. A A MV' " I I D r it? I I .4 ' 'I " rl I t. ,I 1 s s r lf X, - n ., , Y v , , . . , . t, . . ffl r , ' s, r . . ' ., ' ' , , r' 7 c n. J' 'sw -A --N -yyf -- K . . -W , Y ..,, ,. " j A ...- ...-- ,.,,, ,,,- t 2 3 , I .V K. V OF ' ' ' .- . I . . , ff l 1, ' - .. 1 ir NTE xgi. N 0 TEH ETH S ml' lt' Durmg the early years of our repubhc so long as agrxcultural employment was nearly umversal lt was conszdered that work on the farm m the shop and 1n the kxtchen gave all the SXGICISS necessary to good health By 1835 the hlcentenary of the founding of the Amencan hxgh school httle progress had been mad m physrcal educatxon To ay there IS no West to Wm there are no tralls to blaze to new farm lands there are few ho'ne where the chores demand a youths full tlme around the house His lob today IS to prepare lor responslbllltles m a new and changmg world To do thas he needs a body full of strength and vxtalxty The physxcal educatxon program ol today alms to gxve every boy and glrl tralmng m health habits t grve physxcal actrvxty and health servzce for the needs of each to glve knowledge of how to play some games that can be played through hte and to de elop good manners of sportsmanshxp 'fb 41' 4 4 1+ +1 4-4+ A vt . I FOOTBALL SQUAD D Ienltm Bourds Euler L1 Lrston tma oft Walker l tltov Wmch Garcla M Dot ld I D B had D n l F Mason Mor 1 Taylor T 1 1 'lc Alen B Mason St Ltzel Coope Do e DeLe n Campbell Lforton Fotrh Ba Mamet Ho ad Green Gallup Stone K tchuvn H on I C Lonborg Ccoactp B MUSTANGS WIN FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP By Defeatmg Wyandotte Bulldogs and Rosedale Wildcats Argentxne Gams Rlght to City Tltle On the long end of top heavy scores the Argenttne Mustangs won over two anctent ctty nvals the Wyandotte I-hgh School eleven and the green and whtte clad Wtldcats of Rosedale by 25 to 7 and 19 to O scores respectrvely By clatm to the Ctty t1tle along wtth Ward f-hgl School wrth whom no competmon was held ln defeattng the Wyandotte Bulldogs the Mustangs found a smooth workmg offenstve and a powerful defense wh1ch conttnued throughout the rema1nder of the season The ftrst half of the battle found the Argenttans trathng the Wyandotte boys by a stx to seven tnargtn However the opentng of the second half found the blue and gold clad boys run ntng wrld sconng three touchdowns and an extra potnt for a total of ntneteen potnts wntle holdlng the Wyandotte boys scoreless ln w1n nlng over the Bulldogs the Mustangs under the coachtng of lonn Lonborg who has tutored the local eleven for the past four seasons evened the count at two games all wtth Wyan dotte srnce the present coach has taken over the football YGIUS The annual Thanksglvlng Day battle mth the Rosedale l'l1gh School team saw the Lon borg boys garnmg ground and sconng almost at ease The gat re was played tn an almost ccntlnuous downpour of ratn wh1ch slowed up ylay constderably By vrrtue of thetr second vtctory tn the clty t1tle race wtth the w1n over ho edale and no defeats and thelr fourtn wln out of srx trays tn the Northeast Kansas league the Mustangs found themselves restlng tn tle topnotch posrtrons of both the local and North ca t league races The only Argentme defeat came at the hands or the 1934 Northeast Kansas league cham ptons the Olathe l-hgh School Eagles on the local grtdlron by the narrow margm of B to U The Eagles lone counter came tn the fourth quarter after both teams had threatened sev eral tunes The local team was forced to punt and due to the strong wmd was unable to get httle yardage thus pavlng the way for the onlv core The only other blot on the Argenttne Sched ule found the Leavenworth l-hgh School eleven holdrng the Argenttans to a scoreless te After berng held scoreless for two games the Mustangs broke loose for the remalnder of the eason conng one hundred one potnts whtle holdtng thetr opponents to thtrteen After hndtng an offenstve wh1ch opponent were unable to runder tn any way the Argen tme eleven ran wtld over the Atchlson Bedmert bf a 32 to 6 score and found an easy mans no tl e lndtans of Shawnee Mtsston who were trounced by the dectstve margtn of 25 to U rn addttton to thetr league vtctones the Mustangs al o defeated the Westport I-hgh School Ttgers by a 6 to 0 score tn the ftrst game of the season The Argentlne team by garntng a clean hold on second place of the Northeast Kansas league t1tle and he for the Clty t1tle completed the 1 ost uccessful season tn several years Tlurty four l'1rszt ltovff' ' Q1 , , I ' , , SC , , lenlcms ileccmf .' ell, , c tri , , , rc r son, ar el , , h re f l , Ab' ,.f r- r, z , o , , , , . 1 'V -V- - rl W r ,,,, e 1. , aney, Fuller filfth :'tr,,'v,'-H.Jc'u:tZ, Be , . l , Style V K . . 1 virtue of these two wins the local team laid V 4 . . . . . 1 , - - - f . . , K ' ' t . . ' , f , . ' , . - ' - :3 , s ' ' ' , v . . , Sl V - - I X . ' b - - , , . . . I A L . Y I . AS , , I . I . . ' s - ' . I Q ' A I S n . fl , .' I ' , S I A . I , I ' 'W ' ' ' I' T "Tl FOOTBALL LETTERMEN ROBERT BRUNK iGuardl is a sophomore and will add greatly to the line the next season ROBERT BOUNDS tOuardJ is a junior and is developing into a fine guard. lfARTllXl BOYLE CEndl Nas one of the best ends in the city and league circuits H earned his second letter and will be missed next season CLYDE WISEMAN tHalfbackJ although th smallest man on the team proved to be a consistent ground garner and a hard taclcler He is a senior HOWARD HANEY tHalfbackD earned his sec ond letter and was one of the hardest blockers on the team He graduates lOE NARRONE tFullbackl received his first letter this year He is a freshman IACK FULLER tGuardJ was a reserve but was always ready when needed NEIL HACKETT tliullbackl is co captain fo next year He proved to be a hard line plunger this year EDWHN WALKER CEndl received his second letter He isasenior RALPH lR Y fGuardl earned his third letter He was a power on defense He Nill be los through graduation IACK DARNELL CEndD is co captain for next season and is developing into a fine player LEE HOWARD Centerl Nas a fine passer as He g aduates D RICEARDSON Ouarterbackl f as one o the finest ball carriers ir the league He led both the league and city in scoring ana will oe missed next season ROBERT BEAN Halfoackj proved to be a cap able ball carrier and will be a helo to the tearn next season IACKSOF STONE tEndJ was ard to taxe out of his position He graduates .Lt 16. ll.J HlLARlO GARClA tGuardJ earned his first let ter this year He is a iunior and will be a great asset next year lRVlN IENKINS 'Guardl received his r t letter He was always figfiting He gradsi Wil l IAM MCDONALD 'TackleJ earned his s cond letter He f as a po Ner in the line and kept tie Scotch motto Nefer give He is a senior LYMAN KETCHUNI T cxlel played his fist year at the position and made a great de fensive and offensive cog in the line H graduates SIMON DE LEON fOuarterbackl received li first letter this ,fear He is a senior ll 'Thirty five L 4 1 1 ' ' ' . . e . , . A LL 3 A 0. 'V' ' -' Jig Q A A K ' 5 fi+ Q . . .R 4 X is . X . . f +1 a A l 2 i '. - ' r . L . 4 L . H Y Q X lfb 1 - ' v I ' ' v L well as a defensive and offensive man. dies. r , 44.4 1 1 X, 4 I. . i C t f e . '1 . ' 1 I v A I n L. .. - ' f a ' ' 'r. , , X A h A , . .A A . E e Y , . . . 1, v H K . La - - W-W I -T I I TY l 7737-7 T W W Wg-WY T?iTY WWW M WINNING STREAK HELPS QUINTET SEASON Team Shows Offensive Power by Fmishmg Second to Champlons 1n Northeast League Scormg ln deff atm 1 the Rosedale Hiah School Wild cats February l on the local court the local auintet not only knocked the green and white clad boys out of the Northeast Kansas league clsamp1onsh1p but also started a winning streak which was broken only by the Leaven North l-ligh School Pioneers in the semi final round of the regional Tournament held on the latters court Witli eight lettermen among the squad the outlook for a victory over the powerful Vtfyan dotte Bulldogs in the first league game for both teams was the best in recent years but after a hard fought battle the boys from the north side of the Kaw River emerged the victors by a 17 to ll margin After their first league defeat the local squad was unable to Click until it met the Shawnee Mission team on the local court fol lowed by the Redmen of Atchison High School from whom the blue and gold boys were easy victors of 29 to 12 and 32 to lo scores respec tively The three following weeks found the locals in a slump dropping games to the l eavenworth Olathe and Wyandotte teams After losing five of their first seven league trays the squad found a scoring punch which si iothered all opposition by large margins and held lllelf opponents to small scores The first N1ClllI1 in the seven streak winning column of l ortheast Kansas league Rosedale High School teai Tl e game v as a battle throughout with the Argentine tear 1 holding a Sllfflll advantage throughout the entire garre Leading at the half l2 to 5 the Mustangs cont nued o buila up a lead of 23 to l3 at this point one of the local boys was forced to leave the ga ne After four minutes of play had passed another Mus tang regular comrnifted his fourth personal foul of the evening This left the locals with no boys over five feet ten inches ID the game but by playing the ball they were able to eke out a 29 to 25 victory over the Wildcats of Mount Marty On the following weekends the Mustang quintet handed Shawnee Mission Atchison William Chrisman Leavenworth Olathe and Washington defeats by decisive margins l winning seven out of their twelve leaaue games the Lonborg boys tied for the third notch position with the Pioneers of the Leavenworth Kansas High School The Mustang offensive power was shown by finishing second in scoring to the Northeast Kansas league champions Wyandotte High School scoring 345 points to the oppositions 274 while the Bulldogs scored 357 against 202 Two of the members of the local squad Eugene Hiatt and lack Buckman showed their scoring power Hiatt finished second in th league and city scoring with lO2 and l3U points respectively while Buckrr an held the league ten field goals and one free toss for a total of twenty one points av ca for v ls a SENIOR HIGH BASKET BALL Tlrwtx an , 2 . rj . J - , Y , - 1 ' , ' I I ' ' 2, 1 i ff 1 t, ' 1-1 . . A . .W . . a ' ' L v 5 I r A 1 , . . K I . l . . . . 1 I ' - A . T ' l . F l . . V A . . gb , , . . Q ' I f ' ' . ' Y 1 the Lonborg quintet was the then leading scoring record in one game for the season with if U S ' Q ' 3 , . ,, ri. 1 Y J . ,1 , ' A Y ' ' , flirst l-'wx-.'ffl3 A o Hiatt, C 7.'Vel,ff: D 1 :L lml, f 1 'oct-' rt l3c'.'.'fJ fl xi Tia: fiear l'e'a11'Cn, Vet.: fhirj Ytov:--'V.,: e I C Lonbora wc chi, Winchel. " if s,ip 5 . 1 I 5 BASKET BALL LE'I'I'ERMEN Players Eugene Hratt E Capt Martrn Boyle C lack Buclcman E Slmon De Leon E Albert Nletz C? Ioe Marrone G Delmar Eerguson G Robert Bean E Earl Dean E RECORD FOR SEASON F Total FINAL BASKET BALL SCORES Argentme Argentlne Argenttne Argentme Argentlne Araentlne Argentlne Argentme Argentxne Argentxne Arqenttne Argen me Argentlne Argen me Argentlne Ar n rt Pembroke Country Wyandotte Rosedale Shawnee Mtsslon AtCh1SOH Leavenworth Olathe Wyandotte Rosedale Shawnee MISSION Atchison Wlllram Chrxsman Leavenworth Olathe Washington Leaven North Day ci BUCKMAN HIATT CCaptJ DE LEON METZ DEAN FERGUSON EA l BOYLE MARRONE Elrst Row-Doylrelf Schleb e, Schaoltnq, McG1Jern, Snarks, Llstan, G lles, .J9..l1, o ore. Second Row--Bunce, Mason, Horton, Jenkins, Butler, Do-, Reichart, Payne Thtrd Fav'-Suxtton, Fuller, Rodrlguez, Leep, Brown, Eavrow, Thor e, Pcun.a1.l Fourth Rot'-Dare, Gomez, Chase, Bradbury, C. E S 'ender Ccoachl. Thivty-seven IUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL COACH ADOPTS NEW BASKET BALL PLAN Actxve SSYVICG oi Th1rty F1ve Iumor H1gh Students Is Preparahon for Semor H1gh Squad Work Tl11s year a new plah was adopted by C E Swender coach tn the htondltna ot the Iuntor Htgh School basket ball ln the past only a tem boys have seen acttve SGTVICS e1ther on the hrst or the second squad thls year tn an at tempt to outld up 1nater1al tor the Sentor Htgh wchool sauad tttteen boys saw act1Ve servtce tn the hrst squad wtth twenty gamma expert ence on the second The squad tor the ttrst t1 e tn sex eral year entoyed the schedulmg regu ar eas n games and by Ntnnmg e ght ot tte urtee games entoyed a tatr se son lncluded n t e schedule Nere Rosedale l3embrc1'eCouhtr Dc, Wyandotte Sorhottcres and F eshmef Turner and Morrts CLUB SETS SPORTSMANSHIP STANDARDS Membersh1p 1n Orgcm1zat1on Depends on Earnmg One Letter 1n Major Sport or Two 1n Mmor The A Club an organtzatton ot all boys n the sentor htgh school recetvtng one letter tn a mator sport tootball basket ball or track or ecetvtng two 1n a m1nor sport such as tennts and goll ts one whose enttre basts ts athlettcs The purpose ot the club ts to atd tn developtnq clean and uprtght sportsmanshtp Thts year the organ1 atton concetved a new tdea ot ratsmg money tor tts act1v1t1es by an all school athlettc ntght The event was held n the aymnastum and tncluded basket ball rx the htgh school and faculty teams boxtng Nrestltng track and gymnashcs Approxtmate ly nmety students ot the school part1c1pated ln addttton to th1s a DICTUTG show was held at the Pershtng Theater The annual d1nner dance ot the club was held May l7 at Qutvera Lake Club House wtth approxtmately one hundred quests at lVlar11n Boyle 155 orestdent Lee Howard 35 vtce prestdent and Eugene Htatt 35 secre tarytreasurer were tl1e otttcers throughout the IQS4 35 school term H Ws an McDonalt Iey Ketcl' Ha ey Walke rl ec a Roy att Secreta y Trea ISWKITI Rtc c lv' 1 Howard N ce-P ent hrd Rom Shand n Heatherton DeLeon C Stone Hutch: c Fourth Ro D an Fuller Ma one Brurk Hackett Ectvran l tcoachl Boyle Pr tdent Ottutt BOYS A CLUB Thirty ctght I L C , .A .l T A ' V , ' yn ' v - - . - . - 1 I. h A ' Uk A T ' ' ' ' A' ' 1" ni T f A . 1 - A 1 Y V 1 V. 1 .1 ce.. Al . .1 I ' -A ' ' ' ' , Y A i ' E to n . B J . . - . . G il ly V V . I ' t . . U- 15 1 -- Ai V ' I I ' I AH' Q 1 V I ri Al 1 .X ,t I - - Y - I - - - v T I I I I I I - H I' A - I C , L. ' . , . , ' - among the home and visittng teams. tending. . I I lt :fa A 1 . I . V Y 1 r ' ' y V . , , l'1rsf ow--r 1 em 1, C, r , .u::1, n ', ' r, ' dfizelj S on' .'-Darnelg, H1 , r '- surer .' s, h rdfor. Harris, 1orr s, ' , '1 f rs1d T 1 ' 'f 1 o , , , ole, , s n, Beit. w-1 e , , rr , 1 , ' ' , H1 , 1. C. Lonborg ' , , es 7 . I u u , A A A TENNIS AND GOLF TEAMS La bell V s Wclxe Heatherton Whtte S Hoolmg W1 e La m Rowe l S ord 'lo I C S ans and Ccoaclrj Oluxtt D Har s Mcfxvern P rce Sharm '1 Hu ch on VJ be Les e Da lS tcoach a o T B n Ma V cLec" Bake C B e oa c'ra y rh o eye-Llclar fre cknanlery TENNIS SQUAD BOASTS FIVE LETTERMEN Argentme Racquet Wlelders Compete for Places ln Reglonal Tournament and State Meet The local tennts squad 1n add1t1on to engag Joyed two meets Wlth St loseph l-hgh School one on the local courts and the other on St Iosephs ln the Northeast Kansas league meet and th regtonal tournament the members ot all teams competed to quahty tor the state meet held a week later at Wtchtta The squad ot elght members ths year was nade up of l1VS lettermen R1chard Heatlnerton captatn Iohn Shannon lV'ar1on Cole Chett Eckman and Edwm Walker ln addltton to these lettermen several ot last years squadmen e turned The local tennls squad was deteatea oy the the C1ty Park courts Aprll 5 The Pem boys showed supenor to the Mustang squad rn the smgles w1nmng three ot the tour stngle matches but were held even on the doubles matches each team wmnmg one The local vlctor was the doubles team ol Harns and Walker who after losmg the flrst 2 6 came back strong to defeat Smtth and Morh 61 61 The other Argentme vtctory came rn the smgles d1v1s1on when Kussman defeated Kencpter ln stra1ght sets o 3 4 THREE LETTERMEN ARE ON GOLF TEAM Engage ln Several Dual Meets wlth Schools and Enter Northeast Kansas League Competxtlon The golf team mth three ot the tour letter ren o' last year eturnmg was scheduled tor several dual meets wtth local schools ard en tered tn the Northeast Kansas league and regronal meets Dale l-larns captam Lyle Oftutt and Edward Hutch1son are tne letter men who formed the nucleus ot the tour mar' team The tourth Ralph W1re was selected from several ot last year s squadmen The Topeka Htgh School club swmger were vtctortous IU a quadrangular colt meet Nhlch was held Aonl Ct over the Vtctory l-l1lls Golf Club trc tnree Kansas C1t,f Kansas mgh schools The tour Topeka golfers had a total medal score ot 332 Argentme second w1th 336 Rosedale thtrd wltn 345 and Wyan dotte bnngmg up the rec mth 353 Dale Harms captam and number one man ot the local squad had the low 1nd1v1dual score 76 twe over par Thxrtx 11 ne l Fxrslr Rowe- ' ' , ,e,see, ..' r, , , C. ' , r , . Sec t I wi . 'l . ' . , fr , rr., 1 , rx, , . o., 1 ts , Q r, lx 'J 1. Thir' R wil-l rd,, u lc.. , ,ma .., E. r, :lt 7. lfcxrt H w- B 'I , r ls, Cole, 'rp k s, EQ , T r . ing several local schools in matches also ene pembrokecoumry DQ? mcquet Wielders on e ' , . ' A A I ' 4, A , . x , ' . ' . ' ' ' 1 , 1 ' , ' , . ' , r - l V 4 I ' ' , t . 1 , A L - X . . . J A W v- ' v - ' I 3 V l 41 l A l . . . '-ft ' . - . V A . ' , 1 g I A I , U V , . .. - . SH pl ,v I - V l Y TT TA WTTT?+ TV Y T T- T I MUSTANG TRACK MEN HAVE BIG SEASON Under Lectdershlp of C E Swender Team Comes to Front 1n Entnes 1n Outstcmdtng Meets W1t11 tvelve lettermen a111ong the GDDIOX1 mately fortv men report1ng for track the out look for the best season t11e Mustangs have 11ad on the track 1D recent years was forecast Of these twelve lettermen TIVG Artnur 1-1u1t 120 yard h1gh hurdles and Capta1n Eugen 1-l1att pole vaulter Robert Bean ZOO yard 1oN 11urd1es lack Buckman 111gh Jump and lack Darnell SSO yard run were Northeast Kansas league CLIGITIQIODS Up unt11 TIVG years ago when C E Swende nom present coach took oJer the rems ot t1 e track squad the chool d1d not have any out standmg members and because O1 the lack o an ath1et1c f1e1d w1th1n a short d1stance Ar gent1ne was not represented 1n anv outstarto 1ng meets except by one or two athletes lr recent years a track acau1red w1t1'11n a short d1stance of the school has caused a large num ber of athletes to turn out for the squad T1llS year the Mustangs had an attractwe schedule ln add1t1on to dual meets w1th Rose dale and Shawnee MISSION 1-hgh Schools the local tracksters also entered t11e Kansas Un1 ver 1ty and Baker relays t11e Northeast Kansas league meet the Reg1ona1 1116 t and the state meet at W1Ch11G 1n w1nn1ng ten out of a poss1b1e fourteen f1r ts the Mustang tracksters scored a VICTCTV 1n a quadrangular meet held at North Kansas C1ty Apr11 5 They scored 58 po1nts The local quad was followed by North Kansas C1ty w1t11 4 po1nts 1-1arr1sonv111e 1915 and Pembroke Country Day 4V2 1-lultz and R1chardson were h1g11 scorers for Argentme both w1nn1ng two f1rst Vhchardson also was a member of the w1nn1nc1 880 yard relay team Carr of North Kansas C1ty led T113 team w1nn1ng two TITSTS and a second place The schedule March 28 lrter class Track Ap 11 Rosedale Apr11 Ap 11 Ap 11 Shawnee MISSIOH at Wyandotte Rosedale KJWSCIB Unuers y Relays Ap 11 May May Baker Rellys Northenst Kansas Leag1 R QIOWG1 Nav ta ath 1 roc a 1 c ar tt Metz Thoma Wendt e ns1Ho H1qg1ns nklr Morrs Ma on 15 ar' W e C 3 B d oun s T1'11rd Rom DeLeon Stone S we11 e 14 n Hlat Darre H1 1 wa d Ba re Fourth Row MCK 1q1'1t Boy e C L Svvend L oachl TRACK TEAM Forty E 1 I 1 1 X - I- , I Q , 1 .'1t, 5 V . , 47 . . A . H ' 1 7 . , 1 -, , ' A ' A 13 ,. V . , , 1 . . 1 I 1 Y Y - I 1 1 1 S K ' I I ' gf . . . M 1 1 1, , f , 1,1 , 1 , V . L 1' . . 1 i V s Y ' 1 ' ' Tr , . 1 . . . , ' C A X 7 Y I Y A 1 , 1 J. 1 1 1 S ' ' f R V 'Q . ' V f . 1 , 1 , 1 1 1 - l - . . . . . I ' V f , A 1 f : . . . . A K T. 57 - ' , ' 12- - ' ' . r' 16- , . Y I 7' 19- '11 u 'f 111' 1' . . , A April 2.3--Rosedale ' ' n , y YT 26- 1 ' T - " ' 4-y ff .' , , Yxe ' ' - lle e ' 1 1 ' F51 ' 1 -1 - - S 1 A 18--S ff? F1rs: Rowe-1 1-1 ed, C kett, Sp 151113 1. A11er1, R1 11 dsoh, Hacke , 1-Idney, 1 51 S co ' wi ,Ie 1 .s, 1 , 1 :1 , e 1, xr , Orff-,' T1y1 r, Lynch, '-- , 1 2, e ' ,1R1S, t, 111, 11L',1.'I'C. r r1 s. '-'- ' 71' , 1 , 1 T. ' er C 1 CLUBS AROUSE NEW INTEREST IN SPORTS Girls Eam Points for Membership in Organization by Participating in Sports Open to Them lnte est tn gtrls sp rts has shown an tncrease over the past ten years wttn three clubs r'oN open to the gtrls for the purpose of sttmulat tng interest tn g1rls sports actwtttes The gtrts athlet1c assoctat on ts the most ac ttve ot these three clubs Any gtrl tnterested n sports may become a member There are two such clubs one to st1mulate interest tn the sen for h gn sp ts and tl e other tn the Juntor h 31 Two 'nmor clubs are operated through these two o gantzattons One ts tne Girls A Club A g1r cannot become a member of this club unless she has a total of l UUO pomts The s c ond rs tne numeral club To becorne a member of thrs a gtrl must have a total of 030 points Th pomt regutred for entran e to these clubs are acautred by part1c1pat1on in the dxf ferent sports open to gtrls These sports are tennis volley ball basketball deck tennts baseball and archery A total of twenty ftve addtttonal potnts are gtven all gtrls making tae class team and frfty pomts are gtven to girls makmg the all star team The Juntor class won two vtctones out of tftree of the malor sborts tn the mter class tournaments Dorothy Lehman and Dorothy Hall patred together m the deck tennts tourna ment won the t1tle of champtons by defeatmg the freshman team composed of Margaret Harmon and Edtth Anderson The 1un1or class also came out vtctorrous tn the gtrls inter class basketball tournament held lanuary l5 at the Argenttne Pansh House lt succeeded tn down mg the freshman team by a score ot 27 13 vlarle the freshman class had beaten the sopho tores m a prevtous game by a score of 9 l5 The sophomore class was vtctortous tn the tnter class volley ball tournament The fresh man team won tn the tumor htgh tournament and met the sophomore team but was defeated by a 'Pl l5 score Then tt played the Jun o class and won by the score of ll 4 Thls year Agnes Smtth 30 was chosen tle outstandtng gtrl tn the athletic classes and pre tded over the annual gymnastum exhtbtt whtch was held March 29 l-ler stx attendants were Loretta Burton 36 Iuantta Atktnson 35 Tonnte Hattley 30 Ethel Brown 35 Treasure Lloyd 38 Frances Norwood 35 Marlon l-lanev 35 ana Dons I-fultz 39 .J OO I O49 Hag 3 Rc at Fog e,l r P Vllr a Cayon o d 'la fsl ro Coons 'vfor s rsorj N 11 erson 1 e E 'J H h itTe er Ktr- H rrtrger Len 'xr Cu GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION fortx une r ' ' . . to s ' . , i . . Y , . , Y - ' 1 L. , . . W ' . . . . , . 1 , X 1 I A A . 1 1 ' ' - - - W - X 1 I OI' I 't IL I . - t ' 't L A .r-- -- It 1-. .L . - M9 - ' f . 1 . - , ' A A 1 . . . . , . my , , .e ' A s ' c . - ' - A A 5 T . I - I F . . . . , w I I V f - A I A I - ' ' A S- , I 3 A - . ..... 1 I I i V r 4 . I I I V ' 4 . , r , V t . . X . . 7 , , , . , , . , A . , , . , , , . , . A . . - , . l"1rs1Rc:-.'-MacDou31f, Mii., Ixocgffe, Larson, D ht le St.:e, P: I r, K errnan beccn fey, Terry K .esinq, :.,lerrnen, Fr 'er1cks, Parse ,s, :Lace yt'cri1hxn'1io:, tiuckman, Rose Lfzyd, Hayes, Stephenson, Laflfar, omit , Thzrj Row- 1tters'een, Earns, M rr, Barton, l .1 , Thomas, EVO far , T rrntr. Harris, Pertuns, Bczce, Kel.y, Norwood, Lts Axna B lsr-fs . ,N . , F:'-r'n RCU'-'YCO e, ttf rms, 1 :1,cn, Pencms, EQSPY, Srntth, Strufzel, Marlzufz Ana : ,Htl ut. , rg, et. . , lin ., rrar, Mrnegay, E k ,r, ar: Fw: Rot-f--B2:tom.e'y C l.'1'.'.'ay, '1.l, S'IT119b63l,SY1lf ,lffahg Lynch, Cai. H fstty,Goerl1ClZ I 1 . 1 1 T' ,A 4 3 X X , A . 'rf A' , GIRLS VVINNIN G VOLLEY BALL TEAM lv' Sttce H Wnte steen Coe Be rs 'leule Woo a u daa W lk m3Bo s c tn the tennrs tourna nert neld last tall at t e Emerson Park courts Helen Gentry 35 won tae honor ot betng crowned grrls tennts cham rron for the second consecuttve year Margaret Teutler 37 and Helen Wtntersteen 37 patred together captured the doubles trtle ln the tournament of n1ne court basket ball held tor the hrst ttme thts year among the dtt ferent phystcal educatron hours the htth hour won by a score ot B 5 Members ot the all star volley ball team chosen by Mrss Alma Brown rnstructor ot physrcal educatron are Agnes Smlth 35 Dorothy Lehman 35 Dorothy Hall 35 Manorte Howard 35 Fern Woodhead 37 Margaret Teuller 37 Helen Wrntersteen 37 Marranna Berns 37 and Margaret Harmon 38 The gtrls selected for the all star basket ball team are Martan Haney 35 Dorothy Hall 35 and rftary Larson 38 forwards Loretta Burton 35 Margaret Teutler 37 and Fern Woodhead 3 guards Qtttcers ot the sem mg school gtrls thlettc assocratton mere Frances Norwood 35 presrdent Dorothy Hall 35 vrce prestdent Peggy Henn1nger 35 secretary Etleen Lynct 35 treasurer Managers chosen tor each sport were Agnes Smtth 35 volley ball Dorothy Morrtson 35 baseball lvlargaret Teutter 37 tennts loma Menegay 36 basketball Vlytart Tho nas 35 track and held Mary Began 35 archery Mary Loutse Mahr 35 soccer Betty Cash 35 mtsceltaneous sports Helen Espy 35 publtcrty The duty of the sports managers ts to keep the potnts made by each gtrl parttcr patrng rn her respecttve sport The othcers ot the 1un1or hrgh school grrls athletrc assocratton were V1rg1n1a Ktng prest dent Dorts Hultz vlce prestdent Maxrne Mar kula secretary and Ieanne Barley treasurer Managers were Florence Worth1ngton volley ball Treasure Lloyd baseball Betty Bose ten nts Maxlne Dtx basket ball Mary lane Cart rntll track and held Bonnte Perkrns archery Clartce Woolery soccer Dora Dooltttle mrs cellaneous and Lots lean Burns publrcrty manager Rom Ha No wo d Lehr a C '1 Smrh Ha mon Bottom ey WlllGTT Haney Th 'nas M s A B owr stron orl GIRLS NUMERAL CLUB Fonx tuo ll 452 f r O V A ,1 1 .I x l 1 l 'V 1 1 1 F1 1 5 , r 1 ', ' l r, dhe d, St fi r' a er, MISS Al .l r vm frrgtru tort, ' ' ' I v 1 1 - 1 A , . 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I 4 t 1 I I' TH HTHES The hugh school students of today have many op portunzhes They have thezr choxce of many GCl1Vll19S thenr lnstructor 15 no longer a person to be looked upon wrth awe but xs a person to be looked upon as a compamon gulde and leader The course oi study ns much more democratrc than lt was rn former days The boys attendmg the Boston Latm school studxed Latrn almost excluszvely They were prepared for the professnons such as the mxmstry and they stud1ed the wrxtmgs ol Verg1l Cato Cordenus and Ovld as repamng a telephone or buxldmg a house That was to come later They could not take the courses they wanted and thexr mdxvldual tastes and talents were not consxdered Now the students are educated to meet the chang mg socral order There are school orgamzatxons whrch glve the student an outlet for hlS leisure time and also help hxm ln learnmg to hve a happy useful hte These studles have now come to be taken for grant ed There are courses m gardenmg rn shorthand and typing and m smgxng In fact almost any lme of talent that the student possesses may be developed The soclal hle has become greatly enlarged School organxzatlons provxde a way for the students to learn how to hve soclally and yet be a benefit to the world 4 4 xt- ir T 'A' 4 I " ' "H I I They were not taught lthingsrohpracticall value such ' ' ' ' ' I' A I BETTY IANE EASLEY IRENE DE WEESE DONALD TAYLOR WILLIAM LEEP WINNERS ANNUAL CONTEST IRENE DE WEESE IS QUEEN OF YEARBOOK Tlte Argenttan conducted a contest to choose a aueen of tlte annual and leadtng c1t1zen trorn tlte senror lnglr School and a queen S attendant and leadtna C1t1 en ot the ,umor lugh school Votes ere a1ven lor SLIDSCTIIIZIIOVIS to the an nufll and tor ary adverttsrng 'secured At the oeatnnma ol tne Contest nom natlone cand da 0 o e e ode In a classes tnen two were chosen trorr the nor tt nees Irene De Neese a sentor recetvedt largest number ol votes tor annual queen and Donald Taylo a tumor rece1ved the largest number arnong the boys for leadtng Ct Betty lane Easley nlnth grade was Cnos '1 aueens attendant and W1ll1ar'1 Lee leadt cttt en of tl e Juntor lngh ecnool Fyrty four 1 1- - , , ,g I I - . . . , I , . A , . , . , , ne ' ' . ' ' Y. I ' ' N W I ' ' It f ' ' 1 men . , I I I ' ' l , . ' , L , . Q ,QA ot , 1 tx: ' if tietttton r in- ' ll ' 'IZ li ' ' ' . . I ' ' 'W' ' 'WNWW U ' " I STUDENT COUNCIL N'-x Il sthof Barton Stewart fwfllllll Dl lon Botto 1 Hattle, R Gorlon Hn Icmtzen Wlntersteen B Buclcman H Atklrl on Mankln Broo oecc 'i Row Maqnenat Rupard Metz I Atklnson E Marr Darby Dcrqan Dyerson Weber PlUl'IK Bruce V Thorras A SIICG Honey C blrl Row I C Harmon tspon orl I Fuller Wllllams Gould Mos elletto B Holley Burch Klnq Wolf DIX Andrews Beck Kl l'ne ll th Row Il lk Howard Mason E Macleod Norwood Mllle Sch 'vl Z1 W re Bradbury Ketchum Hutchlsorl l" rl er e H lrfl S ,ml rfl P l-:mart Pove Arnoft Forbes lla D I9l'IKl"l STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS ARE GUIDES Orgcxmzatlon Stresses School Clhzenshlp Furthers Educcxtlon and Cultlvates Personallty Trcnts The Student Councll has attempted to lollow up a program ol three polnts thls year ln en CISCIVOIIHQ to help the students ol Argentlne Hlah School The llrst polnt that the councll stressed was the promotlng ol a favorable type ot school Clll enshlp The councll has attempted IH the llve years ot lts exlstence to further thls ob1ec tlve ln every Way and accordlng to I C l-lar lnon prlnclpal o Arqentlne and sponsor ol the tudent councll the results ol the drlve are sell ar oarent Tne second oblectlve that the councll has taken under lts wlng IS the preoaratlon and auldance of students who lntend to contlnue tnelr SClTOOllI'lQ ln college Materlal has been dlstrlbuted to the SSDIOYS known to be lnter es ed ln college Nork T 19 thlrd polnt the coun ll nas atte pted to ell ourage IS deslrable per onallty tralts An ellort has been made to reduce the amount ol gum chewlng ln publlc and dlscourage the practlce ol slrnllar undlscrllnlnatng undeslr able tralts The requlrements lor rnembershlp IH the have passlng grades ln all hls work Ol the prevlous semester Membershlp IS consldered an honor lor only the lollowlng are ellg ble presldents ol each Class captalns ot athletlc teams presldents ot clubs lU the school edltor and buslness manager of the school paper and annual home room chalrmerl and the ll per twenty IIVG per cent ol the senlor class lhere are elghty SIX rrlembers ot the councll The Student Councll otllcers elected to the IQ34 lQ35 terrr were T D Rlchardson rest dent FUHICG Butler VICQ oresldent abd Cl d Andre fs secretary EUNICE BU'I'LER HEADS GIRL RESERVES .lnlce Butle 35 Nas elected preslderlt ol the Senlor l-llgh Glrl Reserves thls year Iane Thor las was elected VICE presldent The other CIIICGTS for the term l934 l935 were Ethel brown secretary Nona Harmon treasurer Iune Darby program chalrman Tornle l-lattley soclal chalrman Iuanlta Atlclnson soclal s rv ICG chalrman Geraldlne Carr devotlonal chalr nan Mary Ellzabeth Magner t EJB ct cha r an and Anlta Stroud ITIJSIC chalr on Tlre Glrl Reserves held fhelr se 11 r' t 1 rrleel rjs alter scnool Mrs Ernest Thol a Jas thelr s onsor Eunlce Butler Sue Llst rl and Lculse Dargan attended the arlrual G Re serve Conventlon IfI'l1Cl'1 was 'leld at St Inse l llflssourl thls year Fortx fu e - - , Trl-eg. rs , -I ---. T r.' '.'- , ,, J , l , mleg , if , ' , . , . s , , lzllilcll T ' . '-, , s , . , , , .2 , Lgiler, F: r . -'r , I I , ll ,I I I, I rr? i-'t' ebel, Tllfl . -Dcrro ., 'fr-'rrfr-'o.lfl. l I .vlrls tio lY'1'l'S f YJ lc. rrlfml, " "" . .Cl , l, J ll, l', zley, Fjyto, I ,. . . A 4 C ' E s i. - l , , ,, ' '7 - - - Student Councll SDGCIIY that a student lllust . 4 . . . , U ' ' I ' v r I ' ' Y I . . ,- , . I . , . , l , y ' I A I ' S ' I - 4 ' , g H . A JY V g g . . . . . . ., , l, ' , ,,, . . . . 1 f ra . i . m - . I , Q A . . r , - I I , W 1 If - Y l .- o ll , ,. . , l- ' .5 .L , ' -h of J . off O I ' 5 ' C' 1 rr, - . , . Yi I l I ' K b. A - L' r ' . l g l ' f V la, Q tt :Iv fs, . . . . iv , ' I , xi - I . . 1 in g , A . , . r ' ' f A . . . ' .. l. '- .iinthlv Q - 1 ' A. ll.fT' ' I . l ... n ' - V A - , . YK . . A 1 l 1 1 I-1 - , sf- l - ' , l g l , ' o , L LTL l ,- . , V . , . . Q - , , . 1 A WL . , , . o .. ., I t, . o. -ol , l , ' A , . - . liit 1 url H Filth Bov Sixth Bov S ith B An operetta The Count and the Coed Fox Bordner Presley Alison W Fleetwood Woodward Stephenson Copeland Swinehart Ce o 1 li Stanley Wa ers Payne Arnold Fleetv ood Chambers Ftke v B Wilhm Whiteley Bruns tanner Macleod Prather Smith Lehman Tones Atkinson Iohnsor Leslie Belshaw Thomas Reynolds I Wilhm of Arthur Iolhtl tdtrectorl McHenrv S arks BAND OPERETTA IS ONE OF LEADING EVENTS Four Hundred Students Take Some Form of Music Strings and Woodwmd Classes Aid Beglnners The music department had a large increase presented by the members of the boys and girls glee clubs and also by the newly organ ved chorus class March 7 8 was the main event given by the music department for this year The leading parts in the operetta were taken by Maxine Richardson Carol Cromwell Donald Powell Lyman Ketchum Louise Dar gan Lorraine Murphy Iohn Shannon I D Bichardson lack Iesse Verda Bell and Donald Taylor This presentation was under the direc tion ot Miss Mona Walter Miss Edna Barnes and Mr Arthur lollift The boys and girls glee clubs witl the orchestra and mixed glee club also presented c Christmas program. this year in the number of students Approxi mately 410 students were engaged in some form ot mustc work Three new classes were added to the department a class in string instruments one in woodwmd instruments and a mlxed chorus class Because ot the tncrease a new instructor was added to the department Mr Arthur Iollilf Mr lollift instructed the band strings and Wood wind groups and the boys glee club Miss Mona Walter lor six years an instructor 1n the music department ot this school directed the orchestra girls glee club mixed glee club and the seventh grade chorus, First Row-Rupard, Martinez, Lynch, Haney, Goerlxch, Reed, Worthington, Dowell, Metz. Second Row-Murphy, Pike, Adams, Atkinson, Dargan, Butler, Dillon, Schiebel, Woolard, Wintersteen, Crossley, Third Row-Robinson, Nixon, Miss Mona Walter ldirectorl, Lapham, Trueblood, Rives, Patterson, Appleton, Davidson, Williams, Prultt, Baird. GIRLS GLEE CLUB Fortyfsix BOYS GLEE CLUB Y1rstRow Wlseman Boyle Rxchardson Cole Walker Ketchum Haney I Buckrr an Se ond Row L Hams Cockett Macleod fptamstl Howard lrey Hutchlson Darnell Davxdson Th1rdHow Shannon Powell Brady Mtller Roseborouqh Allen D Horns Arthur lolhft fdlrectorj ox a et u e C fociwad Buck Tay'cr Another tmportant event for the mustc de partrnent was the annual Northeast League Sprlna Festtval held ln Atchtson Kansas Aprtl o The boys and gtrls glee clubs the rmxed glee club and the orchestra took part tn th1s event These groups also took part 1n the annual mustc week hela ln Kansas Cltj Kansas The boys glee club had a membersh1p of thtrty tour th1s year These members enter pubhc places The rrnfed glee club was 1 new class rn the musrc department thus year There were forty sly t eshmen and sophomores rn the class These st ldents arded the boys and grrls glee Mclintaht clubs 1n the operetta Chrrstmas program mustc week and the sprtng testtval The gtrls glee club wtth thtrty stx members took part tn practrcally the sa ne actrvltxes as the boys glee club Another new feature tllts year was the new band unltorms They are yellow and gold the school colors The blouses are gold colored satln whrle the skrrts and trousers are blue corduroy The band vas rn urntorm at all games ol the year Talang rnto co tslderatvon all the act1v1t1es of the department tne mush, departmt nt had one of the most successful fears durlng tts extst ence Wooah ai M Cormtck Bender Lenberger Pte ce S ak 'rl Go S hvwlzg be' Broun Smlth Cot r ll o or H Lrttleheld Fry Claxton Bal che Comley D Gordon Ax Chxlders Brink Thll' Rc WHISY er Westfall Andrews Macleod Campbell Moore Madden Vodrtl' Po: W eTyler Ste ens ORCHESTRA Forts senen I Fourth H x'-M ith -.' H B csrnan, leslse , Joyner, '.' J " r , ' , .J , ,, J . , , , I I . A ' , . .V . . I . . , . , . . .' tained in regular assemblies and in various ' 1' N ' . 1 I 1. , . Q A ' ' 1 ' l ' ' A J . . r r r . - , , T 3 - . Y l l l . - - T 1 1 V - fits: ' .e , : . , , .. , ' r , ,C r s, . tier C ' t e . 1 , , 3 e" Tec td , , , 5 , .. , , a ., man TYPIN G TEAM R v Co sley Rtolas Pooke Stewart Hattley Grtffm Magrtenat Mcparty Metz eco d How Wend Harman Co I ssee Latvtor Srmtl' West lltrl How Kllrner Thomas Smtth Ltston Appleton Anderson Stephenson Y' th H Vw Nixon How l G C Brink tmstructorl C ons Baker Taylor TYPISTS ARE FIRST IN TROPHY CONTEST Argentme Has Won xn Annual Competltlon for S1x Consecutlve Years and 1n State S1xteen Tlmes LOIS Poolcer 35 placed frrst rn the annual Kansas State Typtng Contest thts year wnttng a net of 78 78 words a mtnute wrth seven errors tn the amateur speed d1v1s1on Rrley Krllmer 35 placed thfrd rn the nov1ce accuracy d1v1 ston wrttmg a perfect paper wrth a net of 43 word a mtnute Edmund Thomas placed fourth rn amateur accuracy Argenttne has won the Kansas State Typrng f ontest stxteen out of a posstble twenty ttmes consecuttve years Argenttne placed frrst They agarn came to the top 1n l93U 3l 33 and 34 Araenttne holds the Kansas State Typmg records for accuracy and speed Kathenne Murray 23 won the amateur award rn l922 wrlttna at a rate of 99 words per mtnute Luc1lle Kelly 21+ won the novrce award ln 1923 wrttrnq at a rate of 75 words a mlnute Shlrley Sweezy 31 won the amateur accuracy dtvrsron wrrtrna at a rate of 88 words These contests are est to 'he student to typtng ana to butld up hrs stall and abrhty For the stxth consecuttve ttme Algentrne placed frrst rn the annual Kan an Trophy con per mrnute wrthout error sponsored to gtve rnter become acquatnted wrth test wtth a score of 38 potnts out of a possrble IXTY LIUIHCI Mae West rlaced frrst tn the amateur speed d1v1s1on wrth a net of seventy three words a mlnute wtth srx errors Mary Ehzabeth Magnenat placed ftrst rn the amateur accuracy dtvrston wntrng a perfect paper w1th a net of 59 words a mtnute Shtrley Appleton placed f1rst rn the novrce speed d1v1s1on wrth a net of 52 words a mtnute and seven errors Approxtmately 258 students enroll each year rn the commerclal course whtch tncludes typlna and shorthand About one stxth of thts number fmtsh the complete course whrch rncludes tfvo years of both typrng and shorthand The school has forty two typewrrters and sev eral dtctaphones whtch the students use The dtctaphones are sttll new tn the school and only the advanced shorthand students are usrng them so that they may become accustomed to the technrcaltttes of the machrnes The students spend enough tlme on drctaphone practrce to enable them at the end of the year to obtatn a posttron tn whrch the drctaphone IS used Three students 1n the advanced shorthand class passed therr 120 word transcnptlon te ts Only ftve other students have passed thts test tn the enttre htstory of the school The three students were Berdeen Grrfftn Edrth Marr and Evanelle Rttter Fortx exght frat 0 .' r fp , ,, r, ' , , ' I A I , I S L - 'I le, e , ,, ' 1 1 - i I I ' I I I I A ot: t o '- ' I QXI I U I I I . I . . . . I - L A The contest was started in l9l8 and for ten - - - - , r N , 4 . . , . I 3 A I V 4 1 - - ' s . I ' ' T ' A """""?""g7 I DEBATE SQUAD F1rstRow Irons Cole Eckman Lampe Second Row Walker Taylor Colvrn Powell Th1rd Row llflk I C Shankland Ccoachl Hratt DEBATE TEAM WINS FINE ARTS FESTIVAL Partxclpates 1n Annual D1Stf1Ct Contest at Lawrence and Wms Th1rd Place m Northeast League Argentme was w1nner by a large malorrty Nlnnlng four out of IIVG poss1ble hrst places ID the Fme Arts Feshval Atchlson Kansas th1s year Maxlne Cole Non IITSI place 1n humorous readmg Chett Eckman l1rst m orrgmal oratory Iune Darby hrst m dramat1c readxng Frank llflk lrrst 1n orator1cal declamat1on and Ray Colvm th1rd m extemporaneous speakmg carryrng away all honors easlly The debate squad has part1c1pated 1n about fourteen debates 1n the past season The ques tron for the year was Resolved that the Fed eral Government should adopt the pohcy of g1v1ng annual grants to the several states lor elementary and secondary educauon The squad part1c1pated rn the annual d1str1ct con test at Lawrence Kansas and was awarded thlrd place 1n the Northeast Kansas League ART CLASSES CONTRIBUTE TO ACTIVITIES Dlsplay Loan Collectlon of Plctures Make Posters Programs Banners and Hold Exhmblt of Work Spec1al work deahng wlth the pr1nc1ples of art un1t1ng the home was stressed tn the 1un1or and semor h1gh art classes th1s year The er' rollment was apprommately one hundred Th1s year the school entered several draw ngs 1n the exh1b1t1on at Horace Mann School dunng the State Teachers Conventlon ln the annual sprrng exhlbrt featunng both lunror and semor htgh work the drawlngs represented re productvons from the Modern Masters loaned by the Colonlal Art Company ot Oklahoma Clty Row Espy orman YOUKJ McCu dy Payne Wate s Mss Maud He tmstructcl Crossley Llttleted Ruscoru Neurne Te 3 Sa c Vllllfe ond Row Lentz Foge ong Mclvllllen Kent Gossett Don ey Cowpe th Rl MNIIP PtldBb klvl ley C u y Ice ezo a cor: essmge llH1rdRow Beck Weaver Rawhngs Colclasu e Kelly Maller Co lms B dley Plunk Parson Poster ourth Rom Howe Co bett Conley Anderson Snodgrass I.aMar Albetsor' Hultz I l.aMa F1 th Row M negav H c nan Hayaen A Hutz Fredencxs I. e Rodr que Custer ART CLUB Forty mm: - , . , , . 1 X . . . . . . . - I I I - r T A . 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First ' f " ,C , 'v r , , r , .1 1 ' writ r , , i l , . , 1. r, rr ', Y T1 llsh, I .. s. :ac '- , 1 s , '. , , , .l , r .Wa1t, 'A '- , , , . r , , ' . l' , rc . , F' '- , r 1 . , 1 1 r 1. , r, l -- e I, e kr. , ' , E , ' l , op 1, I J, t IUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY Frs Rov Alumbaugh W Arnold Hammer Broomlxeld Mrss Frances Taylor Csponsol ODonnell Shartran Gtlles S cond Row Burge Scott Pr sley W1 eman Cole Wolf Walker Teuller Mani-'1 Tho 'tan Klnq Hutt And on Stu oard rtarmor Andrews Grbbs GIRLS LEAD IUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY Fxve Students Are Members oi Orgamzatxon Smce Its Begmmng cmd Four Puplls for Two Years Qt the thtrty one students who are members ot the lumor Honor SOCISIY twenty are gxrls In the mnth grade ten of the th1rteen are glrls tn the erghth grade ttve of the e1ght students are glrls and rn the seventh grade hve ot the ten students are grrls Four ot the g1rls have been rn thls OYQGYIIZOIIOTI slnce 1ts orgamza tron three years ago They are Maxme Cole Margaret Teutler Anna Walker and Elste Wolf One boy Clyde Andrews has also been tn thrs soclety tor the full three years Four students have been tn the lumor Honor Socrety tor two years They are lohn Broom held Lots lean Burns Margaret Harmon and lewel Huff For the year l933 34 thtrty one students were chosen mto thxs soc1ety ten from the seventh grade erght from the etghth and thrrteen from the ntnth They were chosen rn the same manner rn whrch they have always been chosen whrch rs conttned to the followmg ttve steps l Each teacher mstructmg a grade 1n the Jumor htgh school makes out a l1SI ot students he thtnks to be outstandmg tn scholarshrp 2 These hsts are combtned rnto one large l1st 3 Perman needed are added to thrs lrst 3 Thrs 11st ts agaln sent out to tumor hrgh teachers who check names ol students thought to be out standrng tn scholarshlp leadershtp servrce to school and character 5 One teacher for each grade takes these last checked names to each teacher rn that grade Atter drscussron tne tmal ltst tor each grade IS submttted to the oltlce ARGENTINE HAS NEW PUBLIC ADDRESS SYS'I'EM Mr Seth N Patterson Gmves Glft as Memorlal to H1s Wxie Who Was Actwe 111 Educatlonal Work Th1s year a new teature ot the school was the publrc address system wh1ch proved to be a great ard rn the g1v1ng ot the announcements tor the day and 1n delrvenng messages whrch otherw1se would necessttate the sendrng ol messages to each room and would result tn lost tune for the students and for the classrooms The publtc address system operates from tts central base tn the school olhce and IS con nected to each room The school audrtonurr and the gymnasrum are also rncluded IH tms servxce It IS also possrble tor radlo programs to be heard rn the drtterent rooms Mr Seth N Patterson whose daughter Nancy IS a member ot thls years graduattna class gave the publlc address system to the school as a memortal to hts late wrfe Mrs Ruth GOOdYlCh Patterson l 1 .Y J- I , V I V r , ' , , . ff - , , e' , 's , , , , . "lard Hov. - ' vt, r , ' , ,ers , d , x, ., ' ' A , ' ent records are gone over and names thought . . . I 1 4 4 A- A lu Y I - -f - - - - -- Fifty lf" , , ,,,,, , , , THIRD YEAR IO UBNALISM CLASS Frst RON Adans kD1lton Hatey Carr Rupard Hlatt Go don G rthn Magnena trt Second Row St oud Ste art Murphy Brown Bottomley Wheeler Davri or Patterson Mrss Frances Taylor trnstructorl Thrrd Row Barton Metz Cornle Rltter Forbes Arnold Powell Fourth Row Atktnson lenktn ckman Schwltzgebel Wlre Brady IOURNALISM STUDENTS RECEIVE AWARDS Puplls Wm Qumll and Scroll Bronze Medals and Argenhan Obtams FIIST Place ln Natzonal Contest Erve students ot the Journaltsm classes have recetved awards 1n Qurll and Scroll contests durlng the year Two ot these students won nattonal awards The Argenttan the school pubhcatton also recetved trrst place rn tts class IH the Colurnbra Scholasttc Press Assoctatton contest One thousand htgh school papers were entered 1n the contest The Press Club and Outll and Scroll are the fundamental organtzattons of the 1ournal1sm department To belong to the Press Club the student must have a mtnlmum number of mches and po1nts The Outll and Scroll IS I ade up ot students 1n the upper th1rd of the1r clas who have done outstandtna work tn yournaltsm The annual Outll and Scroll ban auet was gtven Aprtl lU at the Kansan Butld mg by Mr W A Batley edttor of the Kansas Ctty Kansan The ttve students who recelved Ou1ll and Scroll awards were Mary Eltzabeth Magnenat and Mane Metz who Non bronze medals for mnmng natronal places tn newspaper terms and advertlsrng layout respectlvely Rtchard Schwrtzaebel won honorable mentton tn head wrltrng and Euaene Htatt won second place 1n sports story wnttng tn the South Central States Mane Metz won honorable menttor' rn the tea ture wrwttng contest and also the ed1'or1al wrtt mg contest and Dean Arnold won honorable mentlon IH the news contest The Press Club IS composed of htteen mem bers The oftrcers are presrdent Don Forbes v1ce p es1dent Mane Metz and secretary Mary Elrzabeth Magnenat Other members are Prank l1r1k Berdeen Grtthn Donald Powell Chett Eckman lrvln Ienklns Rrchard Schwttz gebel Dean Arnold Dorothy Hall Eugene Htatt Darts Dtllon Raymond Gordon and Donald Taylor The othcers ot the Ourll and Scroll chapter are pres1dent Marte Metz vrce prestdent Dean Arnold secretary Rtchard Schwltzgebel and treasurer Don Forbes Other members are Berdeen Gntftn Mary Ehzabeth Magnenat. Frank llflk Donald Powell Chett Eckman and lrvtn lenktns ARGENTIAN STAFF Makeup Edttors May Elrzabetlr Magrt na Euntc But Sports Edtto s Eugen Htatt lvtn I nktrs Bustness Manager Dean Arnold Students tn the tn1rd year ,ournaltsm class Hazel Adams Dean Arnold Iuarttta Atktnson Marlon Barton B tte Bottomley lames Brady Ethl Brown Eumc Butler Geraldine Ca r Hazel Comley Mary Davtdson Doris Dlllon Chett Eckmarz Don Forbes Ravmond Gordon Berd en Gnftrn Tonnte Hattley Eugene Hiatt lrfm Ienkxns Frank Itnk Mary Elrzabeth Magnenat Marle Metz Lorrame Mu phy Nancy Patterson Don a d Powell Maxtne Rrchardson Evanelle Rxtter Gladys R.tpard Rlchard S nwrtzgebel Laveta Sewart An1ta 1rculat1o'1 Manag s Haz Adam Raymond Go do Art Edttors Lal a St Nat Bette Bo toml y Book Revtevvs MUIIOW Barton Berd en Grttttn Stroud Wrlla Wheeler Ralph Nlre Students who ar tn the second year yournahs class Esther Baker Harold Chambers Grace Ch1lds Barbara Curran lack Darnell Helen Espy Henry F1scher Dorothy Hall Nona Harman LOUIS Heckmart Peggy Henntnger Carl Horton Marlone Howard hmogene K ys lack Lampe Clrfford Lrghtfoot Mary LOUISE Mahr Lyl Oltutt W1ll1Gm Plunk Agnes South V1rg1l Srnuth Vtolt Sewart Donald Taylor Ian Thomas Anna What n He bert Wlldman lack Wrlhm and Rob t Sher ttt Frfq one 1 . 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Cheer Leaaers Wire Williams Powell MUSTANG CLUB FrstRov Post Dowell Regan Hattley Cash Walker Wolf Norwood Berns Cl Ch b A d oe am ers n rews S cond Hom l Liston Phillips E Brown Atkinson Menmnger Worrall Moser Durre Macleod Lightfoot Third Row Hall Wheeler Butler Darby Wiserrian Lekman Shannon C I Brown Appleton R Davidson Fourth Hov Lansdon M Richardson I D Richardson Cole E Walker Morris B EGU Fitth Rov Heath rton Smith Thomas Rives Patterson Winchell Miss Edith Simon lsponsoj l Buckman M Da id on Darnell Cox SY h Rev Ketchum Ha kett Ho ard Boyle Hiatt lrey Mason Kirkpatrick MUSTANG CLUB GIVES STUNT S AT GAIVIES Every Member of Pep Orgamzcxhon Partrcrpates m at Least One Event Dunng Hrgh School Term Mustang Club or pep organization of the hrgh school as added attractions at football and basket ball games All members of the club did not participate in each event presented but all were at sometime in one of the stunts The types of stunts given ranged from the ridiculous to the sublime There were games presented by the boys in which they used broorns and a volley ball and formal marching and formation of figures and letters by the girls At one of the basket ball games an exhibition by the gymnasium team was sponsored by the club Perhaps one ol the most interesting stunts was a football game between some members of the club and small Junior high boys The game was played on scooters and all rules were disregarded in the course of the game A new plan for membership was inaug urated this year and a larger number of the student body was represented in the club The school cheer leaders automatically became members of the club All others were chosen by ballot vote That is all members of their respective classes voted only for those in their classes The percentage of each class having the highest number of votes were then ad mitted to the organization The membership this year totaled sixty The club adopted the same type of uniform as was used last year The girls uniforms con sisted of turtle neck sweaters with white skirts and shoes and the boys wore V neck sweaters white trousers and white shoes Members are required to wear the uniforms at all basket ball and football games The officers of the club for the past year were Lyman Ketchum 35 president lames Brady 35 vice president Mary Davidson 35 secre tary Iohn Shannon 35 treasurer and Neil Hackett 36 cheer leader SCHOOL YELL ,th Rah Rah an Rai Rah Rah an F1 t Fight Ptah Fight Fight Fight Fight Fight Ra Rah Rah an Argentine Fightsl Argentine Fig Fiant Fight Figh Fight Argentine Frghtsl Fightsl Fig s Fifty two E .C V-N . ' I , . l' I Y' I , V I I if T 1 V lr H I , v , 1 , . fi .t J- 1 5 I W , , , , , ' Approximately nine stunts were given by the presidents of the senior high classes and the Rf. R . l , , R ' .gh rite . h R Q ' ' . Q ' htsl .J . . I , W . . , I . ml I " " ' ' 'V' """'4 "W ' ' ' -I CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST VVISHES TO THE SENIORS OF 1935 VV MACE REYNOLDS Iewelry Rcrdlos and Refngercrtors 3010 STRONG AVENUE KANSAS CITY KANSAS May Your Highest Ambltlonls Be Realzzed f-T GJ-J J C RAWLES 81 CO DRUGGISTS THE REXALL STORES 2615 STRONG AVENUE 3418 STRONG AVENUE 3118 STRONG AVENUE Ffa I , ,Y . WY I 1 1 1 1 1 Y - I 1 , 1 VK, ,,,,,,,,,,,1-ZA, ,,,, , ,,,,,, W- ,W . ,, , ,, f---f - ---,ii A , - -- A ,,l,,,,, 1 1 . . . w . 1 1 i -'EEL o o c I 'TAKE Y W W ' ' I lf"l117CC MEYER S ICE CREAM A DELICIOUS 'I'REAT MEYER SANITARY MILK COMPANY TELEPHONE DREXEL 2196 Davrdson Brothers Motor Company Dealers 1n Dodge and Plymouth Cars and Trucks USED CAR DEPARTMENT 70 N th7thSt t 1 7 I LLOYD E HOKE HARRY A SMITH AUTO LIFE PROPERTY HOKE 81 SMITH COMPLIMENTS to the members of the grctducrtlng clczss of ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL of 1935 Wrlhelm Servrce Statlon Fff 'Q m . ' I : 9 Dre 33 0 A 1 I RELIABLE INSURANCE i -- I I , , I I ' I I . . l I 04 rong Ave. Phone: r . I I, I- W, he Argentine Activities Association sees a large development for the Argentine High School in the next five years. The Association is there- fore sponsoring tWO major projects . . . a shop unit, and an athletic field. WE WELCOME YOUR SUPPORT Mein? Argentine Activities Association IOHN E BLAKE P d W H SCHLATTER S A GHRIST V P MONEY T0 LOAN XXIII x ix xwn Ol For New Bulldmg Purchasing and for Improving Your Home S U R A N C E X 'Y'x'X 'X 'N L. FIRE XJ WIND T H E P T AUTOMOBILE THE YOUR PROPERTY DAMAGE HAPPY O W N HOME IS Q H O M E LIABILITY OR EXPLOSION IT THE ARGBNIINB BUILDING at LOAN ASSOCIATION I FRANK S POWELL MI lt CtyK Miplf CiYK Fifi O U I O O I . , resi ent . . . ecretczr -Treasure D. . . ' - 'dent I l A A ILL- ,- l ' '41 . . 4 4 4 ' l .Li li l A P I 'I'IIIf'rIII-'R IT BIB' fgxhx -' 'Pj I fl 5 1 4 4 fx A N lx i Q l rn X ll ZiL:H"j-I. - .gray ,N,,4 "" ' uwfll.. . ...jf "" li P ..: I "fr 7?7:r ll l' "' 'Zz' nu. -' . .gg Il Leavel O li I2 . . 2301 e ropoian Ave., Kansas i , gn, lg 2301 e ro O1 cm Ave., Kansas I , cm. W I ' ' ' W" ' ' ' ' I I ty' ve Qlnngraiulaiinma TO THE GRADUATING SENIORS I OF ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL. E EACH OF YOU IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO USE THIS BANK IN YOUR SAVINGS PROGRAM FOR COLLEGE AND FOR FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE Arentme Coal Company WM STIRLING P p COAL FEED Mtp For Peaceful Hcrrmomous Funeral Serv1ce Courteous Attentlon cmd Low PIICGS Call DRexe1 0250 Geo H Long UNDERTAKER Ffy ,,,,,.-.w L e----. A . i I , I , ' I 0 I ' ' I I . ' . I I I I I . , ro . I I -i I o 0 I I Phone Argentine 0600 I 2013 e ro olitcm Ave. I i z 'six Real Serv1ce to Your Door CONGRATULATIONS PHONE ARGENTINE 0031 THE CLASS 1935 McGeorge P h a r m a cy A Full L1ne of School Supplles Glanvllle Smlth Fu 22nd and Met opolxtan Ave Kan cr Cliy Kan as You Have Now Graduated to a Bank Account SAVE AS YOL GROW The Flrst State Bank OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS yt y C t 9 C MBdly Ffa I ,, I TO T K I or-' 1 I L 'S N ? 1 w I . E 0 o ' 1 . 1 0 r ' . 5 s s ' , 4? T I 0 Cl B dl .P sident O. . Smih, V' -P 'd t H d H ' . C shier Wm. Siirling, V' -P 'd t H1 B1 ,A 't 1Cash' IudeH.I.S 'th E. L. 1 k V. . o e Comphmenis of R J Atkinson Grocery TELEPHONE ARGENTINE 0080 3416 STRONG AVENUE Comph ents of KANSAS CITY ADVERTISER 3115 STRONG AVENUE Fehx Kancel Grocery 1504 WOODLAND BLVD Plcture Frames Made to Order HARRY T TIBBS STATIONERY BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES TELEPHONE DREXEL 0155 S04 MINNESOTA AVE KANSAS CITY KANSAS PHONE ARGENTINE 0 Mack Lumber Company SEWALL S PAINTS ARGENTINE KANSAS 3 I I -3 o o 1 1 '1 . I I ' H H We ,,,,,,,Y,,,i iiigijwl v, :ff,,,,, in 'm : 527 o b I n E V 11 I 'fexght Compllments of GREGORY DRY ARGENTINE INSTITUTION WHICH USES PURE SOFT WATER 2501 Metropolxtan Ave Argentme 0075 Complxments of e George Rushton Bakmg Co A Kansas Clty Kansas lnstltutxon GREENS MANUFACTURING IEWELERS Slnce 1885 I 3 Quahty and Economy on Iewelry Repalnng Watch Repamng Club Pms SOCIOIY Plns Speclal Deslgns BUSINESS Statlonery Steel Dle Engravlng Greetmg Cards Dlplomas C P C OFFICIAL MANUFACTURERS ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS IEWELRY Sold Through Mace Reynolds 1016 Walnut Kansas Clty Mo Inter Colle g1ate Press Kansas Clty Mlssourx MANUFACTURERS ENGRAVERS AND IEWELERS PHIL THACHER Representative Ftftx 'n e 1 1 1 1 1 1. Q 1 1 ' 1 ? . ' e . . 1 I 4 D- 1 . 4 I - 1 11 .Ng A T A 4- Av A A . 4, . W1 A A .A.. 4-Af, 4L? H44 A- 1444, A gv ,fs ,AAA A if 4,,,M11ff:l,ff M:--,ffiffjw I I 1 . . ' . 4 ' C - . 9 ' 1 . . 1 . - 1 N' I A 14-A-'AM I- "AA AMA ' 'A 'A A A A A A I I I Interstate Heating and Plumbing Co. WILLIAM BALL 521S th tBld ZIP pl Nt' IB kBldg. 2842 1 5514 CITY PRINTING CO DREXEL 3336 606 NORTH Sth STREET PRINTERS OF The Argentlne Hlgh School Newspaper THE ARGIENTIAN en Qu-f PRINTING PUBLISHING ENGRAVING IIE!! T has been cr p1ec1s ure 0 make e Photographs for thrs Pubhcatron cmd We Nrsh to express our gratefulrress to the Faculty and Seruors for the1r sp1enc11d co operatron Hodges Studio Photographers 748 50 Osag Kansas Clty Compll ent of The Kansas Clty Structural Steel Company Kans Monahan 81 Grimm Anchor Hardware HARDWARE PAINTS OILS GLASS GARDEN SEEDS BLUE GRASS CLOVER Sheet Metal Work F I Strutzel PLUMBING 3416 STRONG AVENUE 1518 SOUTH ZIST STREET BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES 1935 W SIMMONS AND SON l A I 3 I thy X' I v 3 1 - e ' , . 3 1 'm s OF V u 0 I 0 e I Go o k Comphments of the Gunter Candy V77 VV PHONE HILAND 1880 HUNDREDS OF GRADUATES NOW EMPLOYED SECRETARIAL GREGG SHORTHAND TOUCH TYPEWRITING PRACTICAL BOOKKEEPING AUDITING COMMERCIAL LAW C P A TRAINING ADVERTISING SALE MANSIHIIP BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE PUBLIC SPEAKING COMMERCIAL ART LETTERING FASHION DRAWING ADVERTISING DESIGN d OLLEGE or OMME-RCE q Id ELEVENTI-I STREET AT OAK VICTOR 1348 9 Comphments oi O H Olson :Q Sons Dazry We have apprec1ated your Patronage at School LET S CONTINUE PHONE ARGENTINE 0417 Flemmg Pharmac PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Phones Argentlne 0242 and 0243 st and Ruby Kansas CITY Kansas Say: O I O Co. 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