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

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 - GEN. 373 AR37 1936 The Argentian MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Genealogy Local History Branch 317 W. Highway 24 Independence, MO 64050 y oranen GEArgentine High School Sing to dear old Argentine, Fight lor the Gold and Blue Stand and let us honor our school. Let every loyal Mustang sing. vil1930 A r g e iiMID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Genealogy Local History Bf anch 317 W. Highway 24 Independence. MO 64050 ry Branch GE THE ARGENTIAN—1936 — 0000 12673100 3 Band JACK PERKINS. Band Major Copeland, Duggins, Leslie. Dupuy, Johnson, Reynolds, Smith. Layman, Hodges, Pollina. Eppert, Atkinson, Smith. Stephenson. Little, Parcel!, Brown, Whitely, Arnold, Prather, Ramsey, Bruns, Sandies, Dickerson, Mattox, Schiebel. Dilllon, Cook, Sauer, Schooling, Macleod, Chambers. Land- rey, Swift, Tibbitt, Wilhm. Speers, Woolard. Swift. Junior High Orchestra First Row—Cromwell, Bell- man, Bogue, Gibbs, Bab- cock, Schooling, Todd, Lit- tle, Lee. Second Row—Reed, Breese, Cartmill, McLeod, Davis, Tibbett, Garrett, Engle. Third Row—Strong, Leon- ard. Burns, Duggins, Cart- mill. Fourth Row—Hill, Sim- mons, Barr, Sutton, Bouse, McGinnis, Berns. Gir s’ Glee Club First Row—Reed, Harman, Thomas, Harrison, Hickock, Georlich, Lynch. Second Row—Baird. Crom- well. Blaschkc, Smith, Clax- ton, Smith, Pike. Third Row — A p p 1 e t O n (pianist), Stephenson, Mc- Daniel, Gould, Gress, Craw- ford. Fourth Row—Pry, Phillips, Rives, Kennedy, Regan, Schiebel. Fifth Row—Miss Mona Walter (director), Bell, Woolard, Helm, Burton. FourARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL MISS MONA WALTER MISS BESSIE MILLER Glee Clubs, Mixed Chorus, Orchestra Supervisor of Music Band, The great growth of the music department shows that music is one of the main features of Argentine High School. This year three hundred sixty three students were enrolled for some type of music. The courses offered were glee club, orchestra, band, and mixed chorus. The greatest growth has been in the band. The number enrolled has increased from thirty-seven last year to eightyfthree this year. Most of these stu- dents learned to play their instruments through les- sons given in a beginning class last year. The popu- larity of the work has been great enough to war- rant the schools purchasing several instruments, in- cluding a cello, double-bass, and sousaphone. The band has uniforms, which consist of gold satin blouses, corduroy caps, trousers, and capes. The combined orchestras consisted of seventy-six members. Thirty-six were in the Senior High or- ganization and forty in the Junior High. The Junior High orchestra was organized to prepare the Junior High school students for the Senior High orchestra. The glee clubs consisted of seventy-two members, thirty-two girls and forty boys. Approximately forty-eight students were enrolled in the sophomore mixed chorus. This class prepares the students for the glee clubs. The Junior High mixed chorus is a semester class, changing in the middle of the year and therefore offering the opportunity of music to a larger num- ber of students than otherwise could be done. There were thirty-six members in the first semester class and forty-eight members in that of the last semester. The leading music events of the year were the operetta, music week, Christmas program and the Northeast League Spring Festival at Leavenworth, in which eighty-five students from Argentine par- ticipated. —TT Three mTHE ARCENTI AN—1936 Superintendent Principal F. L. SCHLAGLE J. C. HARMON Contents The School Classes........................................11 Faculty ....................................... 9 Harmon, J. C., Principal....................... 6 Music ......................................... 3 Schlagle, F. L., Superintendent................ 6 Athletics “A" Club ......................................36 Basket Ball....................................33 Football ......................................31 Girls’ Sports..................................37 Tennis and Golf................................35 Track .........................................35 Activities Art Club.......................................43 Girl Reserves..................................44 Journalism ....................................44 Mustang Club...................................37 National Honor Society.........................41 Speech.........................................42 Student Council................................41 Typing ........................................43 Junior Honorary Society.....................42 Annual Staff Nona Harman ...............................Editor Mary Louise Mahr...........................Editor Jack Lampe ....................Business Manager Emogene Keyes ...................Assistant Editor Dorothy Hall ....................Assistant Editor Lyle Offutt ........................Sports Editor Donald Taylor ......................Sports Editor Lyle Offutt ...................Advertising Editor Jack Wilhm ....................Advertising Editor Staff Assistants Mary Callaway Carl Horton Henry Fisher Ann Whalen Virgil Smith Junior Assistant Jerry Liston SixARGENTINE IIIGII SCHOOL Presley, McHenry, Bouse, Bordner, Wool a r d, Fox, W ater s, Card, Cerovich, Payne, Fisher, Brewer, Mil- ler, Cook, Stubbs, Swine- heart, Stephenson, Allison, Fike. Schupp, Wire, Fleet- wood, Wing, Stanley. Ful- ler. Presley, Stanley, S p a r k s, McHenry, Cook, Hill, Lay m a n, Saunders, Tanner, Simmons, Brazier, Craig'. First Row—Hoke, Brown, Pierce, Lemberger, Wood- head, Neher, Sparks, Aiman, Gentry, Brewer. Second Row—Burr, Lopez, Littlefield. Fry, G o r d o n, Hammer, Dupuy, Bro w n, Aiman, Whitely. Tliljrd Row—Smith. West- fall. Bre w e r. Childers, Moore, Campbell, Tyler. F o i r t h Row—M a d d o x. Brown, Fleetwood, Whisler, Brink. Wilhm. Boys' Glee Club First Row—Crockett, Bly- the, Prince, Miss Mona Wal- ter (director), Pruitt (pian- ist), Liston, Conley, Thayer, Post. Second Row—Ofi'utt. Beck, Chambers, Purvis, Green- wood, Briscoe, Lopez. Third Row—Morris, Cooper, McGregor, White. Brunk, Tague, Babcock. Fourth Row—H eck m a n, Darnell, Munoz, Terry, Win- chell. Lynch. Fifth Row—Spalding, Dav- idson, A 1 1 e n, Messenger, Irvin. Taylor, Horton. Sixth Row—Ryan, Fisher, Smith, House, Gibbs. Bund MR. W. A. JOLLIFF O Director Senior High Orchestra FiveSCHOOL i. In the future Argentine High School will have three aims: First, to serve the boys and girls on the south side of Kansas City, Kansas, just as well as in Argentine, because the people on the south side are like minded; second, in serving the boys and girls to appeal to the needs of the students in their voca tional training, as this is an industrial community; third, to serve the students in light of their needs. To afford the stu dents the best opportunities, it is necessary that the school and student be linked closer with the industrial and business worlds. The school knowing the students will offer them the oppor' tunity of trying out jobs as apprentices in the fields they have chosen. North Entrance Locomotive Models Cafeteria Force Flag Pole and West Entrance Tallest and Shortest Office Force1st Versethe ARGENTI AN —1936 Faculty MISS MARGARET DANNEBERG Secretary MR. J. C. SHANKLAND Vice'Principal Constitution, Debate, Civics MR. R. C. PETERSON Metal Shop MISS STELLA COLE Clothing MR. K. C. SKEEN Mathematics Faculty MISS MAUD HEWITT English, Art MR. G. C. BRINK Typewriting, Shorthand MISS EDNA BARNES English, Dramatics MR. C. L. RICHARDS Woodwork MISS LILLIAN JESSUP Geography, History MR. F. S. HOOVER Biology MISS GRACE DALE Bookkeeping, Mathematics, Shorthand MR. V. E. TIMMINS History MISS BERTHA PLUMB Foods Ten MISS CORA LUCE DIED AUGUST, 1935 MR. E. A. MOODY Mechanical Drawing, Trades MISS BESS WILHITE English MR. L. M. DAVIS Physical Education MISS EDITH SIMON Mathematics MISS EDITH DELANEY Mathematics MISS ALMA BROWN Physical Education, Health MR. E. P. PATTERSON History MR. N. F. SHELL Chemistry, Physics, Shop Mathematics MISS HENRIETTA CONRAD English MR. G. E. BRADFORD History, Dramatics, English, Civics MISS FRANCES TAYLOR Journalism, English MR. J. C. LONBORG General Science, Athletic Coach THE ARCENTIAN—1936 Class of 1936 FLORENCE ANDERSON Art Club, 1, 2; Typing Squad, 3; Senior Play, 4. SHIRLEY APPLETON Mustang Club, 3, 4; Operetta, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves. 2, 3; Student Council. 4; Typing Squad. 3, 4; Class Officer, Secre- tary, 4. ROBERT BEAN Football, 3, 4; "A” Club, 2, 3, 4; President. 4; Mustang Club. 2. 3, 4: Basket Ball, 2. 3. 4; Track, 2, 3: Student Council, 2, 4; Class Offi- cer, President, 4. HAROLD REASLEY JOE RERLO NIK Gym Team, 1, 2, 3. EUGENE R REAVE It Orchestra, 4; Band, 4. A ROBERT ANDERSON FRANCES BAIRD Mustang Club, 4; Junior Play, 3: Operetta, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4. ESTHER BAKER Argentina Staff, 2, 3: Operetta, 2; Glee Club, 2; Girl Reserves, 4; Typing Squad, 3, 4. LESLIE BELL Student Council, 4. ROBERT BORING Central Junior High School: Stu- dent Council, 1. Argentine High School: Debate Squad, 4. SAMUELBROOKIN T wclveARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Class Officers for Various Years Senior Year Robert Bean..............................President Shirley Appleton.........................Secretary Mary Regan...............................Treasurer Jack Post.............................Cheer Leader Miss Frances Taylor, Mr. V. E. Timmins....Sponsors Freshman Year Jack Darnell...........................President Jack Post...................Vice-President Jane Thomas............................Secretary Peggy Henninger........................Treasurer Miss Stella Cole, Mr. J. C. Shankland...Sponsors Junior Year Jack Darnell..........................President Jack Post........................Vice-President Harold Chambers........................Secretary Donald Taylor..........................Treasurer Dorothy Hall...............................Cheer Leader Miss Cora Luce, Mr. N. F. Shell.......Sponsors Sophomore Year Jack Darnell..........................President Jack Post........................Vice-President Agnes Smith............................Secretary Peggy Henninger........................Treasurer Dorothy Hall...............................Cheer Leader Miss Edna Barnes, Mr. F. S. Hoover.....Sponsors Eighth Grade Raymond Kirkpatrick.......................President Robert Bean..........................Vice-President Fred Mason................................Secretary Robert Davidson...........................Treasurer Jack Post, Alma Helen Pearl..........Cheer Leaders Miss Lillian Jessup, Mr. E. A. Moody.....Sponsors Seventh Grade Richard Schwitzgebel....................President Jane Thomas.........................Vice-President Marion Weir....................Secretary-T reasurer Dorothy Hall, Jack Post.............Cheer Leaders Miss Edith Delaney, Mr. J. H. Nicholson..Sponsors Class of 1936 The one hundred forty-one members of the senior class are interested in twenty-four different voca- tions. This fact was brought out in a survey made by E. P. Patterson in connection with the guidance program of the school. Stenographic work is the most popular work. Twenty-six seniors are planning to take up that vo- cation. Journalism is second in popularity and metal shop work and mechanics are third. Other vocations the seniors have chosen are aviation, teaching, archi- tectural drawing, nursing, pharmacy, salesmanship, civil service, medicine, beauty operator, library, cab- inet making, business, athletic work, dentistry, art, designing, electrical work, archaeology, law, music, foods-household, and missionary work. It was also learned in this survey that fifty-five seniors plan to continue their school training after graduation. Twenty-three seniors plan to enter busi- ness college, eleven plan to go to junior college, and nine to some university. Others plan to attend nurs- ing school, military school, trade school, pharmacy school, religious training school, beauty culture school and aviation school. The senior class was represented in the student council by forty-five members. These were mem- bers by virtue of being representatives of various activities such as president of class, president of or- ganizations, school paper and annual staffs, cap- tains of basket ball and football, home room chair- men and in the upper twenty-five per cent of the senior class. This year the prize for the king of “hoboes” went to Fred Mason, a member of the senior class. He was chosen by the student body in the annual Hobo and Kid Day assembly April 1. “Sure Cure,” was the name of the senior play given April 30 and May 1 in the auditorium. The cast was as follows: Agnes Smith, Maxine Cox, Florence Anderson, Jack Post, Jack Porter, Jack Wilhm, Herbert Wildman, Robert Holbrook, Curtis King, Virgil Cheek and Jack Lampe. The proceeds of the play were used to help defray the cost of the Annual. f. ElevenTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Class of 1936 WILLIAM CROCKETT Mustang Club, 4; Operetta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3. JACK DARNELL Football, 3, 4, Captain, 4; “A" Club, 2. 3. 4; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4: Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3; Operetta, 2, 3; Student Council. 1. 2, 3, 4; Gym Team. 2, 3; Class Of- ficers, President, 1, 2, 3. VIRGINIA DENNY Art Club, 1. HELEN DURRE Art Club, 1; Mustang Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3, 4. HENRY FISHER Annual Staff, 4; Press Club. 4, President, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Editor, 4; Quill and Scroll, 4; Secretary, 4; Glee Club, 4; Op- eretta, 4; Typing Squad. 4; Gym Leader, 3; Student Council, 4. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BARBARA CURRAN Girls’ “A” Club. 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Numeral Club, 2, 3, 4; Leaders’ Club, 4. ROBERT DAVIDSON Football, 3, 4; "A” Club, 4; Basket Ball, 3; Mustang Club, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4, President. 4; Operetta, 3, 4; Track, 4; Student Council, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4. NORMAN DOOLITTLE ROGENIA FIKE Rosedale High School: Art Club. 2: Operetta, 2; Glee Club, 2. Ar- gentine High School: Operetta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4. DEAN FOSTER Tennis, 2; Track, 4; Student Coun- cil, 4. CLARENCE GALLUP Football, 3. 4; "A” Club, 4; Basket Ball. 3; Tennis, 3, 4; Operetta, 4; Glee Club. 4; Track, 4. FourteenARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1936 BOB BRUIXGTON Contrai Junior High School: Stu- dent Council, 2. Wyandotte High School: Football, 2. Argentine High School: Football, 3, 4; “A” Club, 4; Track, 3. LORETTA BURTON Art Club, 2; Girls’ “A" Club, 4; Operetta. 4; Glee Club, 4: Num- eral Club, 3. 4; Leaders’ Club, 4; Student Council, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association, President, 4. JOHN CALDWELL Gym Leader, 2; Gym Team, 2. MARY CALLAWAY Northwest Junior High School: Student Council, 1. Argentine High School: Girl Reserves, 4: Student Council, 1; Numeral Club, 3, 4; Annual Staff, 4. RALPH CARPENTER Wyandotte High School: Basket Ball, 1. 2; Track, 2. Argentine High School: Mustang Club, 4; Track, 3; Student Council, 4. BETTIE CASH Mustang Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 4. MILDRED CATHEY Art Club, 1; Girl Reserves, 4. HAROLD CHAMBERS Mustang Club. 3, 4; Argentian Staff. 2, 3, 4; Business Manager, 4; Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Stu- dent Council, 4; Class Officer, Secretary, 3. VIRGIL CHEEK Junior Play, 3; Student Council, 4; Debate Squad, 4; Senior Play, 4. GRACE CHILDS Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Re- serves, 3, 4; Typing Squad, 4; Li- brarian, 4. DOROTHY COONS Mustang Club, 4; Junior Play, 3: Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Typing- Squad, 3. M A XIXE COX Art Club, 1; Mustang Club, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4. ■ . ThirteenTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Class of 1936 ROBERT IIOI ltROOK Senior Play, 4. MARJORIE HOWARD Girls’ “A” Club, 3, 4; Press Club, 4; Secretary, 4; Girl Reserves, 2; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Student Council. 4; Numeral Club, 2, 3, 4. RUSSEL JENKINS Tennis, 3, 4. MIKE KALLAS Art Club, 4; Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3; Track, 1; Student Council, 4. OPAL KRIEGER Herington High School, Hering- ton, Kansas: Junior Play. 3; Op- eretta, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Hi Pep Club, 2, 3. Argentine High School: Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Student Council, 4. LOUISE LiiMAR Operetta, 2; Girl Reserves, 3; Typing Squad, 3, 4. CARL HORTON Annual Staff, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4. VIRGIL HOWELL Student Council, 1; Typing- Squad. 4. GEORGE KALLARAS Central Junior High School: Stu- dent Council, 1; Track, 1. Argen- tine High School: Student Council, 4; Basket Ball, 2. EMOGENE KEYES Annual Staff. 4; Argentian Staff. 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Li- brarian, 4. EVERETT KUSSMAN Tennis, 3, 4. JACK LAMPE Annual Staff, 4; Business Mana- ger, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4: Student Council, 4; Debate Squad, 3. 4: Senior Play. 4. SixteenARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1936 HELEN GENTRY Central Junior High School: Ten- nis, 1; Glee Club, 1; Girl Reserves. : Student Council. 1; Gym Read- er. 1: Secretary-Treasurer, 1. Ar- gentine High School: Tennis 2. 3, 4: Girl Reserves. 2. GEORGE GOEBEL Typing Squad, 4. NEIL HACKETT Football, 3, 4; Captain, 4; “A” Club. 3, 4; Basket Ball, 3; Mustang- Club, 3, 4; Cheer Leader, 3; Track, 3. 4; Gym Leader, 3; Student Coun- cil. 3, 4. DOROTHY HALL Girls’ "A” Club, 2. 3, 4; Mustang Club, 2. 3. 4; Annual Staff, 3, 4; Press Club, 3, 4; Vice-President. 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Editor, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4; President, 4; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Vice-Presi- dent, 4; Student Council, 4; Ten- nis, 2; Numeral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, Vice- President, . 3. GLADYS HAYES Escondido Union High School. Escondido, California: Girls’ League, 3. Argentine High School: Art Club, 1; Girl Reserves, 4. ETTA HELM Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Student Council, 4. PEGGY HEXXIXGER Girls’ "A" Club. 4; Mustang Club. 2. 3, 4; Annual Staff, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 4: Student Council, 2, 3, 4; Numeral Club, 3, 4; Girls’ Athletic Associa- tion, Secretary. 3; Treasurer, 4; Class Officer, Treasurer, 1, 2. MARIE GOERLICII Mustang Club, 4; Operetta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4. GRACE GILLESPIE Girl Reserves, 3; Student Council. 4; Debate Squad, 4. NONA HARMAN Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Annual Staff, 3. 4; Editor. 4; Press Club. 4: Quill and Scroll, 4; Vice-Presi- dent, 4; Operetta, 2, 4; Glee Club, 2. 4; Girl Reserves, 2, 3. 4; Treas- urer, 3; Student Council, 4. LOLLS HECKMAN Art Club. 4: Basket Ball. 1, 2. 3, 4: Argentian Staff, 2. 3. 4; Oper- etta. 4; Glee Club. 4: Gym Leader, 4; Gym Team, 1, 2, 3, 4. MELLOY HAGEMANN Mustang Club, 4; Basket Ball. 1, 2; Track, 3, 4; Student Council, 4; Gym Team, 1. FifteenTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Class of 1936 DOHOTHY MORKISOX Girl Reserves, 4. JOSEPH McGlVERN Golf, 2, 3, 4; Student Council. 4: Student Manager of Basket Ball and Football Teams. LYLE OFFUTT Annual Staff, 4; “A” Club, 1. 2, 3, 4: Glee Club. 4 ; Operetta, 4 ; Argcn- tian Staff, 2, 3. 4; Golf, 1, 2. 3. 4: Gym Leader, 4; Student Council, 4. LOIS OROPEZA Girl Reserves, 2; Student Council, 4; Librarian, 4. JACK POUTER Golf, 4; Student Council, 4: Senior Play. 4. HAROLD PRESTOX XIELVI.X .McKEE WAYNE NUMBERS AURORA OROPEZA Art Club. 1; Student Council, 4. WILLIAM PLUNK Tennis, 3; Argentian Staff, 2, 3. 4; Student Council, 4. JACK POST Mustang Club, 3. 4; Basket Ball, l; Tennis, 3, 4; Operetta, 4; Track, L; Student Council, 2. 4; Glee Club, 4; Class Officer. Vice-President, 1, 2; Cheer Leader, 4; Senior Play, 4. CLEALUS REED Sand Springs High School, Sand Springs, Oklahoma: Operetta. 2: Glee Club, 2: Girl Reserves, 1, 2. Argentine High School: Operetta. 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3, 4. EighteenARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1936 DOROTHY LEHMAN Girls’ "A” Club, 3. 4; Student CLINTON LEONARD Council, 3, 4; Numeral Club, 1, 2, Track, 1, 2, 3. 3, 4; Leaders’ Club, 4. C LIFFORD LIGHTFOOT .Mustang Club, 3, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Gym Leaders, 2, 3. 4; Gvm Team, 2, 3, 4. SUE LISTON Art Club, 1; Mustang Club. 4; Girl Reserves, 2. 3, 4; Student Council, 4; Typing Squad, 4. LADLSLAO LOPEZ Wyandotte High School: Orches- tra, 2. Argentine High School: Or- chestra, 3, 4. MARGARET MADDOX Ar? Club, 1, 2; Orchestra, 4; Girl Reserves, 3. EILEEN LYNCH Girls' “A" Club, 4; Numeral Club, 3, 4; Operetta, 3. 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Leaders’ Club, 2; Girls' Athletic Association, Treasurer, 3. MARY LOUISE MAH It Mustang Club, 4; Annual Staff, 3, 4; Editor, 4; Press Club. 4; Treas- urer, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil, 4; Quill and Scroll, 4. ALBERT METZ Football, 4: Track, 1. 2. 3. 4; Stu- CLEM MIDDLETON dent Council, 1; Gym Leader, 2, 3; Art Club, 1, 2, 4. Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4. MYRA JEAN MONROE Operetta. 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4. 11' HER MORRIS ootball, 2. 3, 4; "A” Club. 2. 3, 4; ecretary-Treasurcr, 4: Mustang lub, 3, 4; Basket Ball. 2. 3, 4; ennis, 2; Operetta, 4; Glee Club, ; Track. 1. 2. 3. 4; Golf. 3; Gym eader, 2; Gym Team. 3. -■ SeventeenTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Class of 1936 ASMITH Girl Reserves, I; Typing Squad, 3, FRANCIS LEE SMITH 4. VIRGIL SMITH Mustang- Club. 1; Argentian Staff. 2, 3. 4; Annual Staff, 4; Operetta. 4; Glee Club, 4. CA It L SOUTHER LA N D Football, 4; Typing Squad, 3, 4; Orchestra, 1. 2, 3; Band. 1, 2; Gym Team, 4. EUGENE SPALDING Football, 2; Operetta, 4; Glee Club. 4; Track, 2. 3, 4. LOUIE STAMOS HELEN STEPHENSON Art Club. 1; Operetta. 4 ; Glee Club. 4; Girl Reserves, 4; Typing Squad, 3. VIOLET STEWART Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl He serves, 2. CH A It LES STR OKER Tennis, 4. EUGENE STRUTZEL Football, 3; Track, 3; Student Council, 2. CLA R E NCE TA N NER DONALD TAYLOR Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; “A" Club. 4; Annual Staff, 3. 4; Press Club, 4; Argentian Staff, 2. 3. 4; Operetta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Debate Squad, 2, 3; Typing Squad, 3; Orchestra, 2; Band. 2; Gym Lead- er. 3; Class Officer. Treasurer, 3; Leading School Citizen, 3. TwentyARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1936 MARY REGAN Art Club, 2; Mustang Club, 3. 4; Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Girl Re- serves, 4; Typing Squad, 4; Num- eral Club, 4; Class Officer, Treas- urer, 4. LOUISE RENEGAR Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3. HAZEL RIVES Art Club, 2; Mustang Club, 3; Op- ARCHIE ROBERTS cretta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4. ELTA ROBINSON Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3; Librar- ian, 3. RUTH ROJAS Student Council, 1. WILLIAM RYAN PAULINE RUTLEDGE Football, 2, 3, 4- Basket Ball, 1, 3; Glee Club, 4; Track, 3. AMY SCHIEDEL Art Club, 1; Mustang Club, 4; Op- eretta. 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Numeral Club, 3, 4; Leaders Club, 4; Girls’ Athletic Association, Secretary, 4. WINIFRED S EWEL L Central Junior I-Iigh School: Girl Reserves, 1; Student Council, 1. Argentine High School: Leaders Club, 2; Typing Squad, 4. EARL SHANE Mustang Club, 4; Basket Ball, 2. AGNES SMITH Girls’ “A” Club, 3. 4; Mustang- Club, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play, 3; Argen- tina Staff, 2, 3; Operetta, 2, 4; Glee Club, 2, 4; Girl Reserves, 2, 3. 4; Student Council, 4; Cheer Leader, 4; Typing Squad, 4; Honor Queen. 3: Class Officer, Secretary, 2; Numeral Club, 3. 4; Senior Play, 4. NineteenTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Class of 1936 CLYDE WHITE Football, 4; "A” Club, 3. 4; Mus- tang Club. 4; Basket Ball. 2, 3, 4; Operetta, 3. 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Track, 2. 3, 4; Student Council, 2. JACK WILHM Mustang Club, 4; Junior Play, 3; Basket Ball, 1; Tennis, 2; Annual Staff, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Student Council,. 4; Debate Squad, 4: Orchestra, 1; Band, 2, 3; Senior Play, 4. HERBERT WILDMAN Argentian Staff, 2. 3, 4; Press Club, 4; Golf, 4; Senior Play, 4. BETHENE WRIGHT Girl Reserves, 2. Seniors With No Pictures DOROTHY BARR Campfire, 1, 4. PEARL BRANDON DELORES DIAZ Girl Reserves, 2. REBER GOWER Gym Team, 2. FRED MASON Football, 2, 3, 4; “A” Club, 3, 4; Golf, 2: Basket Ball, 1. 2, 3, 4; Ten- nis, 2; Track, 2, 3. 4; Gym Team, 1, 2: Gym Leader, 2; Student Coun- cil, 1, 3. ROBERT BELSIIE Football, 2, 4; Junior Play, 3; Stu- dent Council, 2. LOUISE BRICKEY ROBERT GAITHER CURTIS KING Junior Play, 3; Track, 3, 4; Stu- dent Council, 4; Senior Play, 4. A It LEX E MeCO RMICK Central Junior High School: Girl Reserves. 1. Argentine High School: Student Council, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3. EARL BRANDON EARL CUSTER Art Club, 2, 3, 4. IIILARIO GARCIA Football, 1. 2, 3; “A” Club, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3. MARVIN LEWIS EVERETT REYNOLDS MARJORIE RICE Junior Play, 3; Typing Squad, 4. ROBERT SUERRIFF Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4. BEATRIX RIOJAS Wyandotte High School: Art Club. 2. Argentine High School: Typing Squad, 3. GEORGIA YOAKUM Central Junior High School: Stu- dent Council, 1. Argentine High School: Art Club, 2; Leaders Club, 4. BENJAMIX SCHLEICHER Gym Team, 3. Twenty'twoargentine HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1936 DOXAI D THAYER Turner High School: Basket Ball. 2: Cheer Leader. 2. Argentine High School: Glee Club, I; Operetta, 4. II11.1.IS THOMAS Golf, 4; Gym Leader, 1, 2, 3, I; Gvm 'iearn, 1, 2, 3, 4. MILKEN TIIIBETT Operetta, 2, 4; Glee Club, 2, 4; Typing Squad, 4. GERALD VAN MOL Gym Leader, 4; Gym Team, 3, 4. VIOLET VERNON Eldon High School, Eldon Mis- souri: Science Club. 3; Home Eco- nomic Club, 2. JINIOR THOMAX .JANE THOMAS Mustang Club, 3, 4; President, 4; Junior Play, 3: Argentian Staff, 2, 3; Operetta. 2. 4; Glee Club. 2, 4; President, 4; Girl Reserves, 2. 3, 4; President, 4: Student Council. 1, 2, 4; Class Officer, Secretary, 1. DAVII) TYLER Orchestra, 3, 4. GEORGE VEDROS CARL WENDT Turner High School: Operetta. 2: Glee Club. 2: Basket Ball. 1, 2; Class Officer, Vice-President. 1. Argentine High School: "A” Club, 3. 4: Basket Ball. 3: Track. 3. 4; Student Council, 4; Typing Squad, 3, 4; Gym Team, 3, 4. ANN WHALEN Central Junior High School: Girl Reserves. 1. A r g e n 11 n e High School: Annual Staff. 4; Argen- tian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 4. Twenty'oncTHE ARCENTI AN—1936 Class of 1938 First How—B r u n n e r, Car tl, Beadle, Bonnet, Arnold, Bottum, Blythe, Barclay, Bruns. .Second How—Antos, Bruce, Bell, Averill, Brink, Briscoe, Crew, Burr. Third How—Bruner, Cowperth- walt, C 1 a r k, Carroll, Claxton, Blaschke, Bradbury, Bales, Bo- irard. fourth How—Bender, Broomfield, Anderson, Burch. Bristow, Ber- lin». Burns, Beton. Firth How—-Cleaver, Cline, Ader- holt, Crawford, Bastel, Bruce, Borris, Babcock. Barnes. Sixth How—Atkinson, B r o w n, Beaird, Anderton. Badeker, Buck- ley, Barton. Seventh How—Crowley, Brown. Ashlock, Butler. Carpenter, Chris- tine, Cooper, Bales, Brown, Ander- ton. First How—Doolittle. Doolittle, Larson, Hardison, Henney, Hutch- ison, DeMuynch, Lillich, Duthoo, Drake, Duggins. Second How llodges, Kallaras, Denys, Greenwood, Hahner, Gil- yeat, Dickerson, Davis, Green, Frass. Third How—Eppert. Deeds, East- er, Griffin, Huff, King, Harmon, Lavin, Lave rack. Fourth How—K e 1 1 e y. Dar k, House, Gregory, Hoover, Gould, Easley, Gray, Keith. Fifth How—E s h n a u r, Harris. House, Lake, Horton. Jenkins, Davidson. Landie, Gomez, sixth How—Holthouse, Grimes, Dyerson, Horst, Gibson, Eidson, Howe, Horton. Seventh How—D Ulica n, Hicks, Pavrow. Erwin, Hogan, Jeffarcs. Fuller, Doze. In comparison with the other junior and senior high school classes, the sophomore class ranks the largest with an enrollment of 298 students. Class officers were Laney Pidcock, president; William Lccp, vice-president; Marvin Bales, secre- tary; James Pountain, treasurer; J. D. Thomas, cheer leader. With a burlesque fashion show the sophomores won first prize in the stunt program given on the evening of January 16, receiving a prize of five dol- lars. In the assembly the same morning they ranked second receiving two dollars. With the money from the prizes a sophomore party was given later. Because of their outstanding work in connection with the school paper, forty-six sophomores, with the assistance of one senior editor, edited the thir- teenth issue of the “Argentian.” They made and covered assignments, wrote columns, features, and obtained advertisements. The sophomore composite girl was picked this year by the girls of C. E. Swcnder's vocations class. The results of the survey were, age 15; height, five feet, three inches; weight, 112 pounds, hair, med- ium brown with left part; eyes, one blue eye and one brown; shoes, size six. It was also found the girl prefers a sweater and skirt, low heeled oxfords, and very little jewelry. The composite girl studies approximately thirty minutes each evening, and pre- fers dancing and reading as her recreation. Her fav- orite color is blue. Cosmetics are used moderately. Other qualities which the composite girl possesses are: ability to meet situations fairly and fearlessly, ability to keep confidence, self-control, poise, and balance, willingness to serve and be use- ful, punctuality at all classes, meetings, and en- gagements, willingness to follow instructors, agree- able attitude toward associates, a sense of honor, and dependability at all times. Twenty'fourARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Class of 1937 First How—Fox, Cole, Croimvell, Foster, Daniels, Anders, Collins, Benlon, Andrews. Childers. Fred- ericks. Second How—Crossley, Corman, Crockett, Ball, Fry, Bryant. Beau- mont. Cain, Fleetwood, Baker. Third How—B e a i r d, Cooper, Berns, Brown. Campbell. Corbett, Booher, Crossley. Fourth How—B e e k. Conley, Barnes, Campbell, Hernandez. BJaschke, Freeman, Bosse. Fifth Row—Coons, Fox. Babcock, Brown, Francis, Dean, Griffith. Sixth How—Barnes. Fultz, David- son, Allen, Buck man, Bordner Bru nk. First Row—Leavy, Hack, Honiek, Harrison, Hayes, Madison, Keyes, Jameson, Messenger, Gentry. Second How—Kennedy, Kimler, Hernandez, McGivern, Heckman. Jessee, Hickock, Hart. Third How—M a d d e n. Johnson. Kellogg, Kelley, Goold, Gregory, Green, Jones. Fourth Row—Macleod, Marshall, Metz, Harris, McDonald. Gordon, Lopez. Fifth Row—Baker. Manion, Max- im, Lee, Hale, McGregor, Liston, Lynch. Sixth How—Giggs, Hicks, Ilahner, House. First Row—S u m n e r, O'Hare, Plunk, Stice, Walker, Phillips, Smith, Price, O'Donald, Schleicher, Molyneaux. Second Row—T h o m a s. Prince, rresiey, Teufler, Wolf, Winter- steen, Worrall, Pruitt, Mostaffa, Strader, Woodward. Third How—T i p p e t t, Sudduth, Reese, Wilkes, Woodhead, Miller, Rawlings, Munoz, Rush. Fourth How—Littlefield, Purvis, Pierce, Smith, Moberly, Tague, Vaughn. Fifth How—Snodgrass, V a s s a r, Purinton, Robertson, Scott, South, Taylor, Millhouse. sixth Row—Troupe, Terry. Smith, Woolard, Service, Weber, Stone. The junior play and the junior-senior banquet were the two main events which were sponsored by the junior class this year. The annual junior play was presented March 4 and 5 which was entitled “Your Money or Your Wife.” The cast was as follows: David Gordon, Ruth Heckman, Evelyn Plunk, Warren Gibbs, Anna Walker, Nolan McGregor, Margaret Teufler, and Clyde Andrews. The class was one of the smallest in the school with an enrollment of one hundred and sixty-two students. N. F. Shell was the sponsor. Class officers were Clyde Andrews, president; Paul Madden, vice- president; Marianna Berns, secretary; Maxine Cole, treasurer; and Emory Cooper, cheer leader. Jerry Liston and Evelyn Plunk were members of both the Press Club and Quill and Scroll. Jack Buckman broke the high jump record in the Kansas Relay meet, he was also the high point man in the Northeast Kansas basket ball league. Twenty-threeTHE ARCENTI AN—1936 Class of 1939 First Row—Burr, Bailey, Follina, Alumbaugh, Bradbury, Foglcsong, Uevriest, Cottrell, Beaumont, De- Bpain, Dickinson. Second Row—Burge, Geiger, Cei- lings, Hagemann, Dishman, Dug- gins, Brink. 'I'liird Row—Gilles, Copeland, Bar- ret, Bllerman. lingel. Brewer, Carmona, Hardison, Fields, Cole- man, Blair, Castanida. Fourth Row—Gossett, Crowley, Gomez, Hontz, Cartmill, Haber- man, Fredericks, lllcks. Fifth Row—Erwin, D u f f i e I d. Coons, Dix, Schutt, Corbett, Gow- er. Hontz. Eldridge. Sixth Row—Albertson, B u r k e, Blasche, Goebel, Easley, Bender, Brainier, Crossloy, DeLeon, Burge, Dupuy. First Row—Jantzen, O'Donnell, Reynolds, McCurdey, Neumer, Liston. Chambers, Wintersteen. Reed, Wilkes, Johnson, Lynn, H ut ton. Second Row—Paine, Meyer, Mc- Cauley, McMahon, Parsons, Little- field, Layman, Kunkle, Morrison, Price, Presley. Third Row—Hoke, S w inney, Hontz, Lentz, Matthews, Mc- .Quirk, Maybell, Long, Payne, Madl. McDonald. Fourth Row—Pollock, W e n d t, VanBuskirk, Stigall, Posten, Pet- zold, Myers, LaMar, Kraus, Rice, Leach, Regan, McGivern. Fiftli Row—Kelley. Ladenburg- er, Hughes, Manthei, Partonnar, Kellogg, Hultz. Sixth Row—Price, Little, Phillips. Simpson, Ninemire. Mankin, Pet- erson, Morrison, Miller. Seventh Row—McDonald, Leep, Leslie, Scovill, Ruiz, Loya, Gar- cia, DeLeon. Eighth Row—Price, Limberger, Reynolds, Marsh, Jameson. First Row—Schmitt. Westfall. Wiseman, W a t c r s, Wolverton, Standish, Fleetwood, Sauer, Wright, Stevenson, Sebo. Second Row—S mall, Sellers, Southerland. Velasquez, Ritter. O'Donald, Schooling, Schiebel, Sharton. Kunkle. Third Row—Richey, Spar k s, Schiebel, Oropeza, Stewart, Sim- mons, Smith, Stanley, Rogers. Fourth Row—-Trueblood, Vander- will, Terry, Thoman, Scott, Spears, Morris, Regan, Rcmegar, Tush. Fifth Row—Wire, Smith, Strong, Wentling, Vargas, Tipton, Rice, Woo lard. Sixth Row—Thorpe, Singleton, Prather, Stewart, Chase, Sutton, White, Meade, Evans, Johnson. In comparison with the rest of the classes of the school, the freshman class ranked second in size with two hundred and twenty students. The class was made up of students coming from approximately twenty-two different schools. Class officers were: president, Richard Mankin; vice-president, Richard Burge; secretary, Mary Jane Cartmill; treasurer, Helen Wiseman; and Dale Sparks, cheer leader. Among the honors won by the freshman class were the following: cake baking contest, by the Campfire Girls, Doris Hultz and Betty June Tho- man; essay contest sponsored by the 4-H Club, on dairy products, Margaret Collins. The following girls were presidents of different organizations: Betty Westfall, Swimming Club; Pearl Reagan, Campfire Girls; and Doris Hultz, Junior High Girls’ Athletic Association. The girls of this class won the interclass basket ball tournament for girls. T wenty'sixARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Class of 19311 First How—Pollock. Mor : a n l ooker. Montoil. -McCormick. Ro- man. Riggs, Morgan, Hammer, Martinez, Haney. Second How- -Richey, Lee, Llovd, nose, Roberts, MacDonald. Lewis, Harris, Moore, Moore. •third How—McDougall, Miller. Moss, Odle, Moss, Quinn, Moore. Pountaln. Pidcock. Payne. Fourth How—Mastelletto. Madl, Rawlings, Lembergor, Markula, Perkins, Led]), Perry. I iftli How—Miller. Oropeza, Pat- ton. Rodriguez. Oehlert. Miller, jjynch, Males. Herring. Sixth Row—Moore. Miller. Munoz. Xovick. Miller, North, Miller. Kinder. Seventh How—McCarty. Plough, Novick, Mason, Norwood, Medina, Phillips. eighth Row—McHenry. Robert- son, McCauley, McMillan. First Row—Spector, Snyder, S.mpson, Scott, Taylor, Vergot, Seckinger, Vernon, Small, Silly- man. Webster. !■.'«• ond Row—T a b e r, Y o u n g. Smith, Worthington, Saunders, Wheeler, Vassar, Wilhm, Thomas, 'third Row—Worthington, Strut- zel. Simons, S t a n d i s h. Smith. Schooling, Tortorilla, Woolerv, Sequra. Fourth Row—Winchell. Wicker- sham, Sodders, Wilson. Sandies. W at kin s, Stroker. Strickland, Snodgrass, Wing, Stanley. Fifth Row—Thornhill. T a n ner: S a r r a s, T h o m a s, Tortorilla. Young. Spalding, Schmeck. War- ren, Timmins. Sixth Row—Wildman. Whistler, Smith, Spencer. Smith, Smith. In the annual Kansan clothing exhibit held at Memorial Hall, April 28 and 29, Pauline Kallaras was awarded third prize. She made her ensemble which consisted of a brown printed silk dress and a plain brown silk jacket, in the advanced clothing class. Mr. Swender found through questioning the stu' dents, consisting of sophomores, that of 258 pupils representing a total of 516 parents, twentyTive mothers and forty fathers were foreign born, while 233 mothers and 218 fathers were American born. In all, thirteen foreign countries are represented. Mexico ranked first with a representation of eleven fathers and nine mothers, while Belgium came sec' ond with four fathers and nine mothers. The other countries represented are in order: Greece with four fathers and three mothers; Rus' sia with three fathers and two mothers; Scotland with three fathers and two mothers; Germany with four fathers; England with three fathers; Austria, South America, Canada, and Sweden with one father each. In the annual Kid and Hcbo day on April first, the prize for the best kid of the school went to Ver' sella Hardison. Bill Wilhm was picked as the best hobo of the sophomore class. Letters were made in athletics by twelve sopluv more boys this year. Four boys made football letters, two made basket ball letters, and six made track letters. Dayton Jenkins, Walter Favrow, Joe Marion, and Lupe Rodriguez made football letters; Harley King and Joe Marron, basket ball letters. Harley King was ranked fourth in the Northeast Kansas League basket ball scoring. T went'j’fivcTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Class of 1941 First How—B a met t, B e r n s, Knglc, Baker, Dickinson, Baurer, Be ms, Brazier, Cowperthwait, Couch. Second How—Bird, Adams, For- rester, Card, Herns, Breese, Brad- bury, Field, Brink, Duke, Brady. Third How—Condron, Cleaver. Cottrell, Aiman, Favours, Beau- mont, Cartmill. De Voider, Clev- enger, Brown, Barrett. Fourth How—Freeland. Coats, Ayrault, Carmill, Brown, Calla- way, Claxton, Fversole, Foster, Green. Fifth How—Morgan, H a h n e r, Runt, Doyle, Beach, Barr, Brawn- er, Corbett, Bouse. First How—Hontz, Kent. John- son, Grim, Kitterman, Johnson, sandrey, Hagemann, Moore, Messenger, Hodges. Second How -Hoke, MacDonald, Dayman, Moore, Harris, Koup, Johnson, Hughes. Third How—Manking, Jenkins. Hoover, Lambie, Keaton, Morlan, Holland. Maddox. Fourth Itow—Gregory, G r e e n, Maybell, Keith, McGinnis, Green- wood, Bunday, Main . Fifth Row—Moore, M o r g a n, Howell, Hall, Littlefield, Gibson, Median, Hahner, Maxiron. First How—S t r a u b, S h u p p Sciiierbauin. Brice. Whitelv. O'Donnell, S h u p p. P e r k i n s. Wilkes, Yates, Singleton, Shrader. Second How—Rendleman, Turn- er, Van Busk irk. Vaughn, Puckett. Smeltzer, Patrick, Woolard, Saler, Heed, Purinton. Third Row—T u r n e r, Stoker, Terry, Smith, Smith, Simon, Went- ling, Pruitt, Strong, Roller, Stevenson. Fourth Row—Parsons, Samuels, W e a d o n. Swift, Trowbridge, Paris, Stanley, Spengler. Fifth How—Stewart, Stevenson, Purinton, Wade, Russell, Wild- man. The seventh grade this year consisted of one hun- dred and sixty'seven students, a decrease of sixteen students from the enrollment of last year. These one hundred and sixty'two students represented ten different grade schools of Kansas City, Kansas, and schools outside the city. The class officers elected were: Jack Perkins, president; Lee Berns, vice'president; Doris Green, secretary; James Brink, treasurer; and Martha Jenkins, cheer leader. Nine members of the class played in the Junior High orchestra and eight in the band. Other organ' izations in which the class participated were Junior High Girls’ Athletic Association, the Junior High Girl Reserves, and Campfire Girls. By selling candy at the games the class earned money to pay for geography books for those unable to furnish their own and donated the surplus of their fund to the school fund. T luenfy'eightARGENTINE IIICII SCHOOL Class of 1940 First Row—Berry, Alumbaugh. Averlll, Duggins, Evans, Carpen- ter, Cromwell. Cerovich, Dicker- son, Armstrong, Elliot. Second Row—Buckman. Duggins, Cassidy, Darnell, Baker, Cook. Arnold, Duncan, Babcock, Erter. Dillon. Third Row—Cook. Fike, Aiman, Casey, Bryant, Atchley, Ferrera. Bonnet, Crockett. Fourth Row—Allen. Curran, Car- son, Davis, Becker, Connor, Adam- son, Brown, Cross. Fifth Row—F orroste r, Erie, Copeland, Atkinson. Benlon, Cook, Bague, Brown. Sixth Row—Coons, Boyle, Fisher. Dare, Childs, Deeds. Erter. First Row—Mairs. Johnston. Mar- tinez, Hull, Jones, Jones. McMil- lan, Haney, Holthouse, Hills, Lar- son, Long. Second Row—-McCurty, Kain. Mc- Henry. MeClanalian, McMillan, Miller, Lovelace, Hayes, McGiv- ern. Jones. Third Row—Miller. Johnston, Lee, Harris, Harris. Lewis, Long, Fisher, Jones, Harkness. Fourth Row—H ayes, Leonard, Long, McKissick, Lundberg, Grif- fith, Ladenburger, Lewis, Maddox. Fifth Row—Fisher, Hogan, Ing- wersen, Kelley, Herd, Ketchum, Lawson, Hayes. Sixth Row— H arri s, McGhan, Long, Fuller. First Row—Mock, Thomas, Mock, Tisdel, Wade, Simon, Swineheart. Petzold, Smith, Todd, South, Smith. Second Row—Stubbs, Kaddigan, Moore. Reed, Warner. Bangle, Rice, Vest, Monroe, Weber, Par- cell, Tush. Third Row—Spears, Ramsey, Ver- non. Sebo, Puckett, Tocneboehn, Studdard, Winningham, Tabber, South, Hinner. Fourth Row—Sanders, Service. Smith, Shutt. Perkins, Spears, Whitley, Robinson. Fifth Row—Smith. Wendt. Boiler, Sudduth, Slaughter, Smith, Tib- bett, Oehlert. Sixth Row—Shale, Raddigan, Payne, Watson. Of the one hundred eighty students enrolled in the eighth grade this year ninety'three were boys and eighty'seven girls. Last year as seventh grade the class had one hundred and ninety'iiine students. This year's enrollment therefore showed a decrease of nineteen students from that of last year. The eighth grade class had several boys who played on the Junior High basket ball team: Fay Doyle, John Fuller, and Robert Kane. An outstanding example of fine workmanship was that of Paul Hills of the eighth grade history class who constructed with success small models of several locomotives which include the Tom Thumb, the first locomotive. His others include models of 1851, 1863, 1893, and 1934. The following were class officers: Albert Brown, president; Harold Cook, vice-president; George McCurdy, secretary; Claire Arnold, treasurer; and Frank Haney, cheer leader. T tventy'ScuenATHLETICS In addition to the regular work the boys have in physical education they may play in competition with other schools in basket ball, football, tennis, track, and golf. The football season came to a close with a banquet given by the players” mothers. Forty eight players and guests at' tended. The spring sports always end with the playing of all schools on the Northeast Kansas League schedule unless the teams contain champions which participate in the state tourna' ment. For the first time since the school has been a member of the Northeast Kansas League, the basket ball team, this year, won the championship title and thus became eligible to enter the state tournament. The girls are able to play in interclass competition in about the same sports as the boys. The girls were also offered work in badminton, and shuffle board this year. Cheer Leaders Football Captains Basket Ball Captain “A” Club Initiation Mascot2nd Verse THE ARCENTIAN—1936 o a. f C o r a a f .a a LUPE RODRIGUEZ (Tackle) is a sophomore and earned his first letter. He plays a heads-up brand of football. He will return next year. ERNEST STONE (End) a junior, receiving his first letter in football, played a good defensive game. He should develop into a fast, hard' charging, hard'tackling end by the next year. Football Letter men ROBERT BEAN (Quarterback) earned his sec' ond letter this season. He was a good broken field runner being the most consistent ground gainer on the team. He graduates. ROBERT BRUINGTON (Halfback) first in foot' ball, developed into a hard'hitting line plunger. He is a senior. JACK DARNELL (Tackle) was co'captain and one of the hardest working, most vicious play' ers on the squad. He was shifted from end to tackle this year. ROBERT DAVIDSON (Guard) a senior earning his first letter fought hard throughout all games in which he saw service. EARL DEAN (End) earned his first letter this year, but will be lost to all competition next year. WALTER FAVROW (Guard) sophomore, hard' charging lineman, should develop into an ex' cellent guard in the next two seasons. CLARENCE GALLUP (Tackle) a senior, played heads'up football at all times. He could always be depended upon. NEIL HACKETT (Fullback) co'captain, a good line plunger and long passer, also developed into a good line backer. His services will be lost through graduation. DAYTON JENKINS (Halfback) a fast, shifty sophomore played several good games at safety position. He should develop into a good block' ing halfback for next year’s grid season. JOE MARRON (Halfback) earned his second let' ter this season. He developed into an excellent blocker. He is a sophomore. FRED MASON (Center) a senior, was good both defensively and offensively. He was one of the outstanding centers in the Northeast League. RAY McDONALD (Guard) earned his first letter this year. He was a good defensive linesman, having a great deal of fight and should develop into an excellent guard by next season. HUBER MORRIS (Halfback) was a small, fast broken field runner with much grit. He never gave up until the final whistle blew. He grad' uates. OLIN TIPPETT (End) earned his first letter. He has good team spirit and should develop into a hard'charging end. DONALD TAYLOR (Guard) a senior, and heaviest man on the team, played good foot' ball on defense. He also charged hard. E, Thirty'twoARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Football Squad First How--Buckman, Bean. Mc- Donald, Mason. Hackett (cap- tain), Berns (mascot). Darnell (captain), Jenkins, Bruington. Dean. Second Itow—Childers, Marron. Metz, Morris, Allen, Hale, Taylor, Doze, Favrow. Third Row- Davidson, Tippett, l'ountain, Campbell, C o o p e r. Jones, Moore. Stone. Fourth Row — Bradbury, Leep, Horton, Dare. Brown. Blythe. Sixth Row — Schooling, Gilles, Sutton, Lemberger, Leep, Childs. Seventh Row—J. C. L o n 1) o r g (coach). J. C. Shankland (coach). C. E. Swender (coach). Because of very green material and the loss of several players by ineligibility, the Argentine Mus- tangs won only one game, tied one and lost six dur- ing the season. The Mustangs were downed by both Wyandotte and Rosedale, arch rivals of Argentine. The teams lost a hard fought decision to an out- standing team when they were beaten by Wyan- dotte, 26 to 0, in a night contest played on the Wyandotte gridiron. The Mustangs, although out- weighed approximately twenty pounds per man, held the Bulldogs in the first period but in the sec- ond and ensuing cantos they were outclassed. The annual Thanksgiving Day battle with the Rosedale High School team saw the Mustangs lose a very close battle by the score of 13 to 6. The Mustangs led by the margin of six points, outplay- ing their opponents, until the final minutes of the last period. During the final minutes of the game the Wild- cats scored twice on long passes to make 13 points just before the gun went off. During the last half- minute of play, Neil Hackett threw a pass which was caught by Dayton Jenkins for a gain of 60 yards, but although he was dangerously near the Rosedale goal line at the end of the game, there was not time to score. Argentine lost games to Atchison, Wyandotte, Rosedale, Shawnee-Mission, Leavenworth, Olathe, and won from Osawatomie and tied with McLouth. This year five men were placed on the All-City honor rolls and two on the Northeast Kansas League honor roll. The recipients of the city honors were: Jack Darnell, end; Neil Hackett, fullback; Fred Mason, center; Donald Taylor, guard; and Robert Bean, quarterback. The two placed on the Northeast Kansas League roll were Jack Darnell and Fred Mason. Next year nine lettermen will return from this year’s squad. TUirty'oncTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Basket Ball Letter men Record for Season Players G. F.T. Totai Jack Buckman, F ...124 68 316 Albert Metz, G, Capt.... ... 61 27 149 Harley King, C ... 54 34 142 Clyde White, F ... 30 23 83 Joe Marron, G ... 22 12 56 Earl Dean, F ... 25 3 53 Bob Bean, G : ... 2 0 7 REGIONAL Argentine .......43 Paola .............21 Argentine .......36 Rosedale ..........22 Argentine .......23 Wyandotte..........41 STATE Argentine .......33 Winfield ..........35 CONSOLATION Argentine 32 Abiline 24 Argentine 32 Colby 23 Argentine 30 Lawrence 16 Final Basket Ball Scores Argentine .........30 Argentine .........27 Argentine .........43 Argentine .........44 Argentine .........29 Argentine .........34 Argentine .........25 Argentine ........46' Turner ........... 17 Atchison ...........11 Washington .........10 Leavenworth ........24 Wyandotte...........20 Olathe .............14 Rosedale ...........21 Shawnee'Mission.....11 Argentine .........45 Argentine .........45 Argentine .........29 Argentine .........18 Argentine .........36 Argentine .........38 Argentine .........36 Argentine .........56 Atchison .23 Manual .19 Leavenworth ... .25 Wyandotte .34 Olathe .25 Rosedale .19 Turner .23 Shawnee'Mission .23 Thirty four MARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Senior High Basket Ball First How—Marron, Metz, White, Buckman, Dean, King:. Second How—Gomez, Herring:, Leep, Plough, Winchcll. Third How—Wendt, J. C. Lonborg (coach), Bean. Winning twenty games to three losses along with the Northeast League championship, the consola' tion round of the state tournament and second place in the regional tournament, the Argentine five proved themselves one of the strongest small teams in the state. By breaking the old Wyandotte jinx, which since 1927 has held perfect, the Gold and Blue quintet marched through to its first Northeast League crown since the organizing of that league. In the regional tournament, Argentine, one of four teams in this section of the state to qualify for the state tournament, downed Paola and Rosedale only to be defeated by Wyandotte and to take second place in the tournament. Despite losing two games to Wyandotte, one in league competition, the other in the regional finals, the Mustang five were iiv vited to the state tournament at Topeka where they lost a close game to Winfield in the first game they played but proved their superiority over the first' round losers by winning the consolation round of the state tournament by downing Colby, Abilene, and Lawrence in rapid succession. In the first round of the consolation the team drew Abilene whom they downed 32'24. The fob lowing morning the team from Colby, Kansas, fell by the way side 32'2 3. On the last night of the threc'day tournament Argentine met Lawrence in the finals of the consolation round. The two teams of approximately the same size battled hard from the beginning to the end with the local team end' ing on the big end of the score 30'16. Jack Buckman and Albert Metz were placed on the albstate team of about fifteen players. Buckman set two league records besides a school record. He scored 28 points in one league game, 176 points in 12 league games for new records and 316 points in 23 games this season. Junior High Basket Ball First How—Fuller, Deep, McGiv- ern, Childs, Purinto n, Dare, Thorpe, Castro, Doyle, Ruiz. Second How—Eldridge, Kane, Er- win, Gilles, Bogue, DeLeon, Meade, Sutton. DeLeon. Third Row—Terry, Ertcr, Evans, Vargas, K. C. Skeen (coach). Schooling, Price, Dupuy. Thirty-threeTHE AUGENTI AN—1936 Leaders Club First How—Schiebel, Kennedy, Be ms, Cole, Teufler, Plunk. Second How—Burton, Barton, Hultz, Curran, Lehman, Wood- head, Yoakum. Girls’ 66A” Club and Numeral Club First Row—'Hall. Smith. Lynch, Lloyd, Doolittle, Larson, Plunk. Second How—Schiebel, Callaway, Standish, Lehman, Rose, Barton. Third Row—Burton, Ilenninger, Curran, Harmon, King, Anderson. Fourth How—Hultz, Teufler. Girls’ Athletic Association Officers First Row—Rose, Ladenbergh, Bailey, Hoke, Buckman, Darnell, Hagemann, Fredericks. Second Row—Schiebel, Lehman, Ilenninger, Callaway, Teufler, Plunk, Reagan. Third Row — Miller, Doolittle, Burton, Small, Thoman, Hultz. Fourth Row — Barton. Curran. Worrall, Scott, Westfall, Cart- mill. These girls were picked as the best players on teams of every class in the competition. Twenty' five points are given every girl making the class team. Fifty additional points are given to girls mak' ing the varsity team. Helen Gentry ’36 won the city tennis tourna' ment; Betty Rose '38 won the school singles chanv pionship, and Margaret Teufler '37, and Betty Rose won the doubles championship. Tkirty'eightARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Mustang Club First Row—Crockett, Slice, Walk- er, Fultz, Easley, Thomas, Smith, Wilhm, Lynch, Jenkins. Second Row—Andrews, Liston, Coons, Goerlich. Madison, Winter- steen, Wolf, Cole, Borns, Worrall, Carpenter. Conley. Third Row — Baird. Lightfoot, Cash, Phillips, Hoover, Appleton, Perkins, Miller, Hage m a n n. White. Fourth Row—Mahr, Hall, Mad- den, Durre, Cox, Liston, Bristow, Harmon, Wilhm, Smith. Fifth Row—Schiebel, Regan, Mor- ris, Chambers, Macleod, Buckman, Payne, Brown. Sixth Row—Thomas, Shane, Hen- ninger, Hackett, Cooper, Leep, Lynch. Seventh Row—Miss Edith Simon (sponsor), Post, Bean, Darnell, G. E. Bradford (sponsor). This year a survey was made of the Mustang Club to find how many members were active in other organizations of the school. It was found that of the five senior class officers, all belong to the club, all of the class officers in the junior class be' long, and two of the sophomore class officers. The club is also represented in the typing and debate squads having nine members on the typing squad and three on the debate team. Many members are in the glee clubs, eight girls being in the girls' club and seven boys in the boys' glee club. The Argentian staff claims the largest number of members, having eighteen of the staff in the club. The club was also represented in major sports, having seven members on the football squad, three members on the basket ball squad, and eleven men on the track team. Girls’ Athletics As interest in girls’ sports has grown so much in the last year, several changes have been made in the Girls' Athletic Association. Both the Junior and Senior High groups have been combined as one and the officers of the Junior High act as assistants to the officers of the Senior High group. The officers of the association are: president, Loretta Burton '36; vice'president, Patricia Worrall '37; secretary, Amy Schiebel '36; treasurer, Peggy Henninger '36. The sport managers are: Volley ball, Dorothy Lehman '36; basket ball, Barbara Curran '36; miscellaneous sports, Mary Callaway 36; pub' licity, Evelyn Plunk '37; marshal, Dora Doolittle '38; soccer, Betty Barton '38; archery, Ruth Pruitt '37; dance, Helen Wintersteen '37. The duties of the sports managers are to tabulate the points re' ceived by every girl participating in each respective sport. Every class is given points for the number of games won. The class winning first place receives five points. Three points are given for second place, and one point is given for third place. A new club was organized this year. It is coni' posed of thirteen girls who did very outstanding work in physical education last year. The duties of these girls are to referee all games played in the gymnasium and the Argentine Parish House. The intra'inura! program of last year was con' tinued this year with each class competing with the other for the Girls’ Athletic Association cup. This cup is given each year by the Parent'Teacher A so' ciation to the class earning the most points in atlv letic competition. The senior class won the volley ball tournament, the freshman won second place, and the sophomores, third. The sophomore class won the tennis tourna' ment. The members of the varsity volley ball team were: Dorothy Hall ’36, Dorothy Lehman '36, Amy Schiebel '36, Margaret Harmon, '38, Doris Hultz '39, Fern Woodhead '37, Betty Thoman '39, Treas- urer Lloyd '38, Margaret Teufler '37. Thirty-sevenACTIVITIES As the Argentine High School increases in size there is an increase in the clubs and organizations of the school which bring more boys and girls into the school activities. The Mustang Club is for those who like sports. Campfire Cirls is for the girls in Junior High School. The Girl Reserves is for the girls who care more for religious and welfare work. The Press Club and Quill and Scroll are to give the journalism student opportunities to obtain honors in this field. The Glee Clubs band or orchestra are for the students interested in all fields of music. The Northeast League Spring Festival in which approxL mately one hunded students participated was held April 25, at Leavenworth. Those who participated represented the speech, dramatics, and music department. Girl Reserves Officers Class Presidents Press Club Editors and Business Manager of Annual iVIetal Shop Work Editors of School Paper3rd Verse • wz n • Junior Honorary Society First Row—Larson, Alumbaugh, Burch, Wendt, Cook, Ferreira, Lovelace, M o r g a n, Dickerson, Smith. Second Row—P osten, Smith. Beadle, Carroll, Claxton. Harris, Shartran, Atkinson. Arnold. Third Row—Perkins, Perkins, Cassidy, Davis. Gm'iin. Broom- field, Copeland, McDonald, Par- cell, Hammer. Fourth Row—Arnold, King, Raw- lings, Anderson, Tabber, Smith, Bellman, Beaumont, Spears. Fifth Row—Leep, Jenkins, Har- mon, Long, Markula, Burns, Bruce, Beaton. Stanley. Sixth Row—Crew, Scott. Thoman, Hultz, M a n k i n, Huff, Gilles, Burge, Stanley. For the years of 1935-36 sixty-seven members were chosen to be members of the society. Twenty were ninth graders, fifteen eighth graders and thirty-two seventh graders. Speech Class First Row—Gillespie, B r u n e r, Lemberger, Burns, Walker, Cole, Cox. Second Row—L opes, R i o j a S, Buckley, King, Perkins, Markula, Rawlings. Third Row—Lampe, Duncan, Pid- cock, Morris, McGivern, Huff, Boring. Fourth Row—Wilhm, J. C. Shank- land (coach), Darnell, Cheek. The speech activities this year were confined to several competitive events as a new policy in speech training was inaugurated. A speech class was in- troduced, as a fully accredited subject. It was felt that this arrangement would allow more students to enjoy the benefits of speech training than debat- ing would. Only two debates were held and both were of the non-decision type. One was an open forum de- bate held between Argentine and Wyandotte. The other was a dual debate between Argentine and Osawatomie. Forty-twoARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Student Council First How—Gillespie, Westfall, Cassidy. Baker, Hoover, Perkins, Cromwell, Condro n, Spears, Brown, Sparks. Second Row—Cole, McCormick, Harman, Callaway, Huff. Boston. Paine, Histon, Broomfield, An- drews, Rice. Third How—Mahr, Hall, Appleton, Wolf. Walker, Lehman, Anders, Reagan, Hultz. Oropcza. Fourth Row—B urton, Helm, Easley, Bristow, Hagemann, Post, Porter. Oropeza. Fifth Row—Wilhm, Henninger, Thomas, Morlan, Wendt, Gordon, Fultz, Bell, Vedros. Sixth Row—Cheek, Lampe, King. Pidcock, Darnell, Carpenter, Hackett, Fisher, Reynolds. Seventh Row—Smith, Thomas, Fountain, Butler, Chambers, Man- kin, Fuller. Eighth Row—Offutt, Davidson, J. C. Harmon (sponsor), Wilhm. The Student Council had as it objective this year, a guidance program, the purpose of which is to help the students who are preparing to go to college with some basic background upon which to work. The council purchased two sets of books, one set to help those students who cannot go on to school and the other for those who are preparing to go on to school. The upper two-thirds of the senior class and upper one-third of the juniors, who do not belong to the council, were invited to attend all these meet' ings to receive some idea of what the guidance pro- gram is. Membership of the council is made up of the presidents of each class, captains of athletic teams, presidents of clubs in the school, editors and bush ness managers of the school paper and annual, home room chairmen, and the upper twenty-five per cent of the senior class. Each student must have passing grades in all his work of the previous semester to become eligible. There were approximately ninety students who were members of the council. The Student Council officers elected for the 1935- 1936 term were as follows: Robert Bean, pres- ident; Robert Davidson, vice-president; and Maxine Cole, secretary-treasurer. National Honor Society Twenty-four seniors were elected to the National ization on a basis of leadership, scholarship, charac- Honor Society. Members are chosen to this organ- ter and service. Shirley Appleton Robert Bean Leslie Bell Mary Callaway Virgil Cheek Henry Fisher Dean Foster Dorothy Hall Nona Harman Etta Helm Louis Heckman Marjorie Howard Curtis King Dorothy Lehman Arlene McCormick Mary Louise Mahr Lyle Offutt Lois Oropeza Agnes Smith Jane Thomas George Vedros Carl Wendt Jack Wilhm Georgia Yoakum Forty'oncTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 Third Year Journalism Class First Row—Offutt, Stewart. Whalen, Chambers, Child, Har- man, Plunk. Second Row—Mahr, Curra n, Keyes, I-Ieckman, Lampe. Third Row—Hall, Henninger, Hightfoot, Horton, Fisher. Fourth Row—Wilhm, Smith. The journalism classes began their work of the year by getting an issue of the school paper into the students' hands the first day of school. Seven' teen students volunteered to come to school two weeks before school started, to arrange for the first issue. The students who worked on the first issue were seniors and juniors. The sophomores published the thirteenth issue of the "Argentian” with the help of Henry Fisher. Juniors had their chance to work on the fourteenth issue with Dorothy Hall as director of that issue. Four editors were in charge of both issues. Three students won gold creative writing keys during the year. Henry Fisher won first place in the United States in newspaper terms contest, Jack Lampe received a gold key in the current news con- test, and Robert Sherriff received one for winning first place in feature writing. Other students who received awards in the Quill and Scroll and other contests were Dorothy Hall, James Bordner, Mari- anna Berns, Herbert Wildman, and Evelyn Plunk. Four students were elected members of the Quill and Scroll at the beginning of the year. They were Nona Harman, Henry Fisher, Dorothy Hall, and Jerry Liston. These four students attended the fourth annual Kansan Quill and Scroll banquet, held at the Kansan Building, March 31. A first place rating was given to the “Argentian” at the close of the term by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. This paper was the only paper in this section to receive such an award. It was also awarded an All-American rating by the National Scholastic Press Association. Girl Reserves “Our Place in the World Today" was the theme chosen by the Senior High Girl Reserves for their work this year. For a project they adopted the plan of working with and helping the children’s ward at Mercy hospital. The cabinet members elected for this year were: Jane Thomas, president; Dorothy Hall, vice-presi- dent; Helen Wintersteen, secretary; Agnes Smith, treasurer; Mary Regan, program chairman; Patricia Worrall, social service chairman; Emogene Keyes, devotional chairman; Nona Harman, publicity chairman; and Frances Baird, music chairman. Mrs. Trevor Lovelace and Miss Jacqueline Pollock acted as sponsors. Forty'foiir— ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL An Club First How—Perkins, Alumbaugh, Duggins. Warner, Carpenter, Evans, Mock, Harris, Johnston, Tisdle. Rangel. Jones. Second How—Slaughter, Darnell. Allen. Rice, McGivcrn, Ellerman, Smith. Long, Toeneboehn, Buck- man, Berry, Babcock. Third How—S U 1 (1 U t h, lie ms, llarkness, Hontz, Vernon, Baker, Puckett, Simons. Elliott, Winter- steen. Bonnet. Fourth Row—‘Baker, Smith, Ar- nold. Kotchum, Cassidy. Lentz, Duthoo, Fisher, Taber, Parcell. Fifth How—Kelley. Kallas. Rod- riguez, Albertson, Long, Lewis, Gould, Tush. Sixth Row—S m i t h. Middleton, Heckman, Fredericks, Custe r, Miss Maud Hewitt (instructor), Atkinson, Eldridge, Smith. The art classes which had an enrollment of seven- ty-one pupils in addition to regular class work were interested in the following activities at the school: first, an exhibition of imported Japanese wood block prints; second, an exhibition of French and Amer- ican textiles from a New York firm; third, an ex- hibition of class room work at the end of the year; and fourth, the designing and making of programs for the junior-senior banquet, for the football ban- quet, for the “A” Club banquet and posters for the operetta. Art instructions included the study of the his- tory of art, art principles and creative drawing. Typing Team First How—Smith, Plunk, Krieg- er, Walker, Cole, St ice. Second How—Appleton, Sumner, Booher, Sewell, LaMar, Price. Third How—Corbett. T i b b e 11, Robinson, Regan, Wolf, Goebel. Fourth How—Wendt, G. C. Brink (instructor), Fisher, Salazar. Arlene McCormick '36, placed first in the an- nual Kansas State Typing Contest this year, writ- ing a perfect paper with a net of fifty-four words a minute in the amateur accuracy division; she also placed first in amateur accuracy division of the Kansas Trophy contest writing fifty-four words per minute with one error. Argentine has won the Kansas State Typing con- test sixteen out of a possible twenty-one times. For the seventh consecutive time Argentine has placed first in the annual Kansan Trophy contest with a score of 23 points. Shirley Appleton '36, placed first in the amateur speed division, with a net of seventy-two words a minute with ten errors. Forty'thrceTHE ARGENTIAN—1936 February 28—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Rose' dale; here, 7:15 o’clock. February 29—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Turn' er; here, 7:15 o’clock. March 3—P.'T. A. meeting; 2:30 o'clock. March 6—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Shawnee Mission; there, 7:15 o'clock. March 11—Ethel Hanley's Marionettes; assembly; 9:45 o’clock. March 12—-Senior High Girl Reserves meeting; 2:30 o'clock. March 12'13'14—Regional basket ball tournament; Wyandotte. March 19'20'21—State basket ball tournament; Topeka. March 26-27—Operetta; 8:00 o'clock. March 28—Typing contest; here. March 31—Quill and Scroll banquet; Kansan build' ing; 6:30 o'clock. April 1—Hobo assembly; 9:45 o'clock. April 2—Senior High Girl Reserves meeting; 2:30 o'clock. April 3— Physical education exhibition; gymnas' ium; 8:00 o'clock. April 4—State typing meet; here. April 6—Senior High Girls’ Athletic Association meeting; 2:30 o'clock. April 7—P.'T. A. meeting; 2:30 o'clock. April 9—Mustang picture show. April 14—Athletic night; 8:00 o'clock. April 17—Music week program; auditorium; 8:00 o’clock. April 17—K. U. relays. April 25—Northeast League Spring Festival at Leavenworth. April 25—Baker relays. April 28—Kansan clothing contest. April 29—Girl Reserves' Mother and Daughter ban' quet; 6:30 o'clock. April 30'May 1—Senior play; 8:00 o’clock. May 5—P.'T. A. meeting; 2:30 o'clock. May 9—Regional track meet; Ottawa; 2:00 o'clock. May 14—Art, clothing, woodwork exhibition; 8:00 o’clock. May 16—State track meet; Wichita; 2:00 o'clock. May 16—P.'T. A. picnic. May 19—“A” Club banquet. May 22—Junior-Senior banquet. May 24—Baccalaureate. May 26—Mustang banquet. May 27—Senior high graduation. May 28—Junior high graduation. May 29—Last day of school—awards assembly. There Are Echoes in the Songs “Thanks a Million".......................Is that all? “I’m Sitting High on a Hilltop”...........Outta' gas? “Whispering” ...............................Bronchitis? “Red Sails in the Sunset”.............Shipwreck, huh? “Alone”..........................It must be halitosis. “I'm On a See'Saw”......Another bloomin' politician. “Just a Little Country Girl Going to Town” ......................Hitch-hiking lady. “The Music Goes ’Round and ’Round”....Circus, eh? “I Won’t Dance”................................Bunions? “Hypnotized”....................Just another side'show. “At Last”..............................But not least. “Let Yourself Go”..............Got a round'trip ticket. “Red'Heads on Parade”.......More powdered henna. “Roll Along, Prairie Moon”......Where’s the hoop? “Let’s Face the Music”................We can take it. “Get Thee Behind Me, Satan”...................And don’t push, please. “Moon Over Miami”...................Over your what? “Lights Out, Sweetheart”....Couldn't pay the light? “I'm Building Up to an Awful Let'Down”................Another Tower of Babel. 'There’s Something About a Soldier”..A. W. O. L.? “I’m Putting All My Eggs in One Basket”.........But don't count your chickens. “Learning”...................It’s a lost art, friend. Forty'SixARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL Calendar of Events—1935-36 September 2—First copy of school paper ready for printer. September 9—School opened. First paper distributed. September 20—Musical program. September 24—P.'T. A. Reception. September 28—Football game; Argentine vs. Me' Louth; here, 2:00 o’clock. October 1—P.'T. A. Meeting. October 6-12 -Fire prevention week. October 12 Football game; Argentine vs. Osawa- tomie; here, 2:00 o'clock. October 16—Big broadcast; 9:45 o'clock. October 18—Football game; Argentine vs. Leaven' worth; there, 2:00 o'clock. October 21—Senior High Girls’ Athletic Associa' tion Meeting. October 24 Band picture show at Pershing theatre. October 25—Football game; Argentine vs. Olathe; there, 2:00 o'clock. October 30—Annual Argentine Activities Associa' tion parade and pep rally for Wyandotte. October 31—Football game; Argentine vs. Wyaiv dotte; there, 8:00 o'clock. November 1-2—Teachers' convention at Lawrence. November 5—P.'T. A. meeting, 2:30 o’clock. November 9—Football game; Argentine vs. Shaw' nee Mission; here, 2:00 o'clock. November 15—Amateur night, 8:00 o'clock. November 16—Football game; Argentine vs. AtchL son; here, 2:00 o'clock. November IS—Senior High Girls' Athletic Associa' tion meeting, 2:30 o’clock. November 21—Senior High Girl Reserves meeting, 2:30 o'clock. November 22—Student Council meeting, 2:30 o'clock. November 27—Homecoming assembly, 9:45 o’clock. November 28—Football game; Argentine vs. Rose' dale; there, 2:00 o'clock. December 3-—P.'T. A. meeting, 2:o0 o clock. December 6—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Turner; there, 8:00 o'clock. December 13—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. At' chison; here, 8:00 o'clock. December 15—Christmas music program, 3:00 o’clock. December 16—Senior High Girls’ Athletic Associa' tion meeting, 2:30 o’clock. December 19—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Washington rural; here, 7:15 o’clock. December 20—Christmas assembly, 9:45 o'clock. December 20—Christmas vacation began. December 21—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Leavenworth; here, 7:15 o'clock. January 6—School reopened. January 6—Senior High Girls' Athletic Association meeting; 2:30 o'clock. January 7—P.'T. A. meeting; 2:30 o'clock. January 9—Senior High Girl Reserves meeting; 2:30 o'clock. January 10—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Wyaiv dotte; there, 7:15 o'clock. January 11- Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Olathe; here, 7:1-5 o'clock. January 16—Stunt night; 8:00 o’clock. January 17—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Rose' dale; there, 7:15 o’clock. January 24—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Shaw' nee Mission; here, 7:15 o’clock. January 30—Senior High Girl Reserves meeting; 2:30 o'clock. January 31—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Atchi' son; there, 7:15 o’clock. January 31—P.'T. A. minstrel show; 8:00 o'clock. January 31— Student Council meeting; 2:30 o’clock; Chief Hailstorm. February 4—P.'T. A. meeting; 2:30 o'clock. February 7—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Man' ual; here, 7:15 o'clock. February 11—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Leav' enworth; there, 7:15 o’clock. February 12—Press club play; 9:45 o'clock. February 14—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Wy- andotte; here, 7:15 o'clock. February 17—Senior High Girls' Athletic Associa' tion meeting; 2:30 o'clock. February 19'20—Junior play; 8:00 o'clock. February 21— Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Ola' the; there, 7:15 o'clock. February 27—Senior High Girl Reserves meeting; 2:30 o’clock. FortyfiveLLOYD E. HOKE HARRY A. SMITH ► s RELIABLE INSURANCE Compliments of AUTO-LIFE PROPERTY R. J. Atkinson T T HOKE SMITH 3504 Strong Ave. Phone: Arg. 0100 ARGENTINE 0080 3416 STRONG AVE. 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WITH High School behind you, thcro's no time to lose. It is time to think seriously about what you are going to have to offer tho world in exchange for a living. College of Commerce has been thinking of that for you. Your pro- gram already is outlined here at the Streamline School. In twenty-five years we have sup- plied the answer to the job question to many hundreds. Now, from Ex- ecutive chairs in Big Business Con- cerns, they look back gratefully to the months they spent here, prepar- ing to answer "Ready” when their big chance came. Drop in and learn the kind of Ereparation College of Commerce as made for you! Visit Collogo of Commereo NOWl Mako Stopping Stones of ]uno, July and August. fH Of I In the Heart of tho Heart of Amorica 408 East Elovonth St. VI 1348 Insist on DeCoursey's "A Home Product" DeCOURSEY CREAMERY COMPANY Kansas City, Kansas ♦ Fifty'thrcc• MONEY TO LOAN • WHEN IN NEED OF For New Building Purchasing and for Improving Your Home INSURANCE WHETHER IT BE FIRE WIND THEFT AUTOMOBILE THE r. YOUR HAPPY Lz OWN HOME IS HOME PROPERTY DAMAGE LIABILITY OR EXPLOSION Leave It to ' THE ARGENTINE BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION 2301 Metropolitan Ave., Kansas City, Kan. FRANK S. POWELL 2301 Metropolitan Ave., Kansas City, Kan. BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES OF 1936 T GRADUATES LUCK — FOLLOWS HARD WORK Vf G. W. SIMMONS AND SON Funeral Directors A FRIEND Fifty'SixCITY PRINTING CO. DREXEI. 3336 606 NORTH 6th STREET PRINTERS OF The Argentine High School Newspaper THE ARGENTIAN ‘tfgsassEot PRINTING — PUBLISHING i- MEYER’S ICE CREAM A DELICIOUS TREAT MEYER SANITARY MILK COMPANY TELEPHONE, DREXEL 2196 Commencement Announcements Personal Cards Social Stationery Expert craftsmanship in all hand engraved stationery JACCARD JEWELRY CO. 1017 Walnut Street Kansas City, Missouri Fifty'fiveIndustrial State Bank "A STRONG BANK ON STRONG AVE. AT 32nd ST." A DEPOSITORY for UNITED STATES POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS We Will Be Pleased to Serve You in Every Way Consistent With Good Banking "DEPOSITS INSURED BY FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION" ARGENTINE MEAT COMPANY CHAS. E. SMITH GROCERIES AND MEATS 3005 STRONG AVE. TELEPHONES: ARGENTINE 0895 and 0896 I rfilO-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRAh ?0992 Fifty'right ■ i Compliments of Compliments of i Argentine 3Fnrntture 0. H. Olson Sons (Ennipang Dairy "We Give the Most of the We appreciate your Best for the Least" patronage A. J. MAHR, Prop. LET'S CONTINUE OPEN EVENINGS ▼ BY APPOINTMENT 3009-11 Strong Ave. Argentine 1162 PHONE, ARGENTINE 0417 .. .Velma Ruth... The Place to Get Your Gas Personality School and Service on Your Car DRAMA DANCE IS VOICE Wilhelm Service "A Selective School for the Talented" Station MEMBER OF THE CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF DISTRIBUTOR OF DANCING MASTERS AND DANCING MASTERS OF AMERICA SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Summer Course June 1 to July 4 V Enrollment Saturday. May 30 2611 Strong Ave. Argentine 0493 1 3000 Strong Ave. Phone: ARG. 0129 Fifty'Seven Si ni» with all your heart and soul, Eyes always toward our goal Keep this one and only motto. Be lair and honest to our foe. v f03272006iufcM PUtfub UtiRARtf ■IOUCHEN , NDERY ltd h ICWOMAHA HE. 20053 0000 12673100 3


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