Argentine High School - Mustang Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)
- Class of 1937
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First Row-Marron, Winchell, Berns, mascot, Childs
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Third Row-Tippett, Moore, Hale, Butler, Dare, Doze, Childers.
Foulgh Row-Brunk, Rodriguez Leep, Payne, lones, Schrneck
Fifth Row-King, Macleod, Thornhill, Smith, Plough, Gilles
Si::t1RI Riw-Reynolds, Hicks, Schooling, Fredriclcs, Mills, Lee
Seventh Row-I. C. Sh kl
an and, coach, Simpson, C. McDonald,
I n, eagon, Bodom, I. C. Lonborg, coach.
The Argentine-Wyandotte game,
which Argentine won, by a score of
25-12, was the deciding factor in the
Mustangs' winning of the mythical City
Championship of Kansas City, Kansas.
The outstanding features of the game
were the passing offense of Argentine
and the defensive work of both teams.
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The Argentine High School cage squad
went through the regular season with
only three defeats, two of these being
at the hands of Wyandotte.
The Mustangs lost the Northeast Kan-
sas league championship by finishing
runner-up to Wyandotte.
After the regular schedule was over
the team was entered in the regional
tournament at Leavenworth where it
was defeated in the quarter-finals by
the Leavenworth Pioneers by a 3l-27
The team was hampered in early
games by a lack of practice and by the
absence of several star players. Two
of the high-scoring forwards were
forced from the line-up by moving
from the city and by other reasons.
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us bgjw par S mwvl lders Gyo Ier ms cuer C le Secczzcill Blow-F. S. Hoover, coahh, Watsoln, Rush, Duqain
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Thirg Rfaw-Childs, Munoz, Moore, Butler, Pountain, Madden, FOUYUI ROW-TiDD9ff, Smith, PFUICS, SYeDh9flS0f1-
Fourth ECW-FGVFOW, McDonald, Thomas, Andrews, Payne
Lee, captain, Brunk.
Fifth How5Plouah, Winchell, Buclcman, Dare, King, Barnes, C
E. Swender, coach.
The track squad was forced to begin
training this year without a track, be-
cause the new one had not been fin-
About forty boys turned out to Coach
C. E. Swender among whom were thir-
teen lettermen. Only two meets were
scheduled besides the state, regional,
and the two college relays. They were
a dual meet with Leavenworth and a
triangular meet with Topeka and Wy-
andotte. The Mustangs won first place
at the Leavenworth meet and finished
second in the triangular meet. Last
year's team was very successful and
had one representative, lack Buck-
man, in the Olympic tryouts at Mil-
waukee. Buckman won the high jump
in the Kansas University relays and tied
for first in the state meet.
Golf was the only minor sport of the
school, until the last six weeks of school
when the tennis team started a belated
Early in the spring, Larry Trickett, pro-
fessional at Quivira lakes, gave a
demonstration and a few lessons to the
members of the team.
The golf team was fairly successful,
considering the fact that only one let-
terman returned. ln most of the matches
the team was made up of Edmund
Weber, Paul Lavin, Price Stephenson
and Billy Duggins. These boys lost to
Wyandotte, and Rosedale, but finished
third in the first section of the Northeast
Kansas league meet.
First Row- Bristow.
Plank, H. Wintersteen,
Stice, Cromwell, Phillips,
Hoover, Burch, Madison,
Bailey, Burr, Wiseman.
Second Row-Gould, An-
derson, Worrall, lessee,
'1eu1ler, Cartmill, West-
lall, Miller, P e r kin S,
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Third How-Berzis, Ken-
nedy, Woolard, Harmon,
Wolf, Easley, Cole, Kina,
Cooper, Sparks, Horton,
Pountain, Phillips, Man-
Fihh Row - Andrews,
F u l t z, B. Wintersteen,
Schiebel, Tippett, Ien-
kins, Atkinson, Madden,
Sixth Row - Winchell.
Macleod, Thornhill, Leep,
Eistog, Lee, C o nl e V,
Seventh Row - Thomas,
Wilhm, G o r d o n, Miss
Frances Bates, sponsor,
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the enthusiasm and leadershlp necessary to A ,GL
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out of town games and cheer them on to A MW
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Harley King ......
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William Leep ......... ....... G uard-Center
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IUNIOR HIGH BASKET BALL
First Row-B. Terry, Hayes, I. Terry,
Second Row-Childs, Alvarez, Hernan-
dez, King, Martinez, Brown.
Third Row-Weber, DeWitt, Fuller, Gib-
Fourth Row-K. C. Skeen, coach, Hall,
"A" CLUB '
First Row--Marron, Moore, McDonald,
Thomas, Ienkins, Iameson, Stone.
Second Row-Conley, Payne, Childs,
Favrow, Munoz, Iones, Brunlc.
Third Row-Thorp, Buckmcm, Tippett,
Campbell, Barnes, Leep,
Fourlh How-Winchell, Pountain, Lee,
I. C. Lonborg, sponsor, Childers, Dare,
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The junior high basket ball team is organized
chiefly to develop and give experience to the
boys who will be future prospects for the
senior high team. lt also gives a sport for the
r high boys during the winter.
e ost outstandingaccomplishment of this
season was the winning of the city invita-
tional tournament, Ianuary 12 and l9.
During the regular season's play the team
won seven games and lost six.
After the Christmas holidays three of the
members of the team were moved up to the
senior high second team squad.
The "A" Club is composed of all boys who
have earned a letter in any major sport or
two letters in a minor sport.
The physical education program tor girls has
been divided into the following groups: funda-
mentals oi all major and minor games, stunts,
relays, organization, apparatus, tap and folk
dancing, marching, drilling, indoor track,
intra-mural, and health activities.
Each girl is given the opportunity to partici-
pate in an after-school program of class com-
petition in volley ball, basket ball, individual
and group games, track, and baseball.
Swimming instruction is given in beginning,
advanced swimming and lite-saving.
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Second Row is Helen Brandenburg,
sponsor, Madis , Stice, Cartrnill, Berns
Third Row-Thoman, Harmon, Ander-
son, Hultz, Barton, Westfall, Reagan
First Row-Lamb, Hickman, Fickel, V
Hardison, Gregory, Bailey, Simpson
Vernon, Buckman, Booher.
Second Row-B. Hardison, Harrison
Browne, Hughes, Westfall, Gilyeat
Lemberger, Richey, Blaschke, Allen.
Third Row-Ayrault, Coats, Thoman
Hultz, Miss Helen Brandenburg, instruc-
Lorf1Wentling, Eppert, Haberman, May-
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
First Row-Cole, Teufler, Berns, Rob-
erts, Beton, Cartrnill.
Second Row-Plunk, Lloyd, Gould,
Hoover, Miller, Miss Helen Branden-
Third Row-Westfall, Hultz, Thoman
Doolittle, Barton Larson.
Sing to dear old Argentine,
Fight for the Gold and Blue,
Stand and let us honor our school,
Let every loyal Mustang sing,
Sing with all our heart and soul
Eyes always toward our goal,
Keep this one and only motto,
Be fair and honest to our foe.
Onward Argentine, Onward Argentine
We'll stand up for you
Fight and hold, tor Blue and Gold
To these colors we are true
Bah! Bah! Bah!
Stand and cheer, boys,
Never tear, boys, .
A. H. S. our pride,
Cheer, cheer, the gang's all here
For A. H. S.
A new school song was composed this
year by H. I. Mould and C. E. Swender,
faculty members. They have called it
the "Argentine Victory Song."
ARGENTINE VICTORY SONG
We'll raise a song
Both loud and long
To cheer our team to victory.
Argentine high, so brave and strong
We pledge eternal loyalty!
Fight on, boys, tight.
We'll win this game
Boll up the score tor Argentine .
Beneath the told
Ot Blue and Gold
To Victory! Argentine!
One more! Let's score!
One more! Let's score!
lrepeat at length!
Hit 'em high! Hit 'em low!
C'mon team, let's go!
Bah, Bah, Bah, Bah,
Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight,
Bah, Bah, Bah, Bah,
Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight,
Bah, Bah, Bah, Bah,
Fight, Fight, Fight, Fight,
Argentine Fights! Argentine Fights!
Argentine Fights! Argentine Fights!
With a Veevo
With a Veevo, Vivo, Vum,
Boom, get a rat trap bigger than a cat
Boom, get a cat trap bigger than a rat
Batamus, Scatumus, Sis Boom Bah,
Argentine High School, Bah, Bah, Bah.
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MR. GUY C. BRADFORD
MISS GRACE DALE
MISS MARGARET DANNEBURG
MR. F. S. HOOVER
MISS LILLIAN IESSUP
MISS FRANCES BATES
MISS HELEN BRANDENBURG
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MISS STELLA COLE
MISS I-IENRIETTA CONRAD
MISS GLADYS CONGDON
MISS EDITI-I DELANEY
MR. T. M. EVANS
Civics, Physical Education,
MISS MAUD I-IEVVITT
DIED APRIL, 1937
MR. E. A. MOODY
MR. H. I. MOULD
MR. I. C. SHANKLAND
MR. N. F. SHELL
MR. V. E. TIMMINS
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7 SENIOR YEAR ,7 FRESHIQIAN YEAR f
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Vice- sident ..,,,.. ildred Cormari Sice- .... L s er omb
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Treasu r ....................v... .....,....,... a Xi Ch L .d . .., ......................,.,.,.. lohn Macleod
Miss Fra es Taylor eer ea er ..................,.. 4 .,,,,,,,,,, Emory Cooper
SpOnSOrA5Q"'yA4P?LL? "" 2 pO 'K fella Cole
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reasurgr .... .... Se "A"' ' """"' Madame Cole
'Tr asurer .......,.... ...........,.,...... R aymond Conley
Sponsor .................................... L .,....... Mr. N. F. Shell vf S Miss Lillian Iessup
H Sponsors A4"""'h""""A""""-"-' lMr E A Moody
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Ch eader ............,..,..... .......Y.. E mory Cooper Q M15 th Delano
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Sp SOF ............................. ....... M r F. S. Hoover A'""""""""""""""' 2Mr. .Nicholson
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Twenty-one members oi the senior class were
elected to the National Honor Society. They
are: Clyde Andrews, Verda Bell, lames Bord-
ner, Maxine Cole, Emory Cooper, Mildred Cor-
man, lack Fox, David Gordon, Ruth l-leckrnan,
Richard Lee, lohn Munoz, Lillian Pierce,
Evelyn Plunk, Sue Presley, LaVerne Rawlings,
Ernest Stone, Edna Sumner, Anna Walker,
Edmund Weber, Elsie Wolf, and Patricia
Members oi the society were selected by the
teachers in view ot their rating in scholarship,
character, leadership and service.
Clyde Andrews was president ot the class
during sophomore, junior, and senior years.
lack Buckman was one of the outstanding
athletes in Kansas during his high school
Under the new plan of the student council, in
h the council is made up of nine mem-
Wffwfff ' ' I er , two seniors represented the class. They
gf ' were larnes Bordner and Melvin Sudduth.
MARGUERITE ANDERS J
Central Iunior High School: Tennis, l, Operetta,
l, Glee Club, l, Wyandotte High School: Tennis,
2, Baseball, 2, Argentine High School: Tennis, 3,
Student Council, 3, Typing Squad, 3, 4, Leader-
ship Club, 4.
Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Play, 3, Argentian
Statt, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, Student Council, l, 2, 3,
Orchestra, 2, Leadership Club, 4, Gym Team, 1,
2, 3, Leaders' Club, l, 2, 3, Class Oiticer, President,
2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
Shavinee Mission High School: Glee,.Club, l, G.
AQ A., l, Argentine High Sch!gpl'i,,"G'ym Team, 3,
G. A. A,, 3, 4. E'J,.ff"!
Tennis, l, 3, Student Council, l, Class Oiiicer,
President, 1, Vice-President, 2.
Tennis, l, 2, 3.
Football, 4, "A" Club, 3, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4.
Basketball, 3, Tennis, 2, 3.
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Art Club, 3, 'A" Club, 4, Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4,
Basket Ball, l, 2, 3, 4, Press Club, 3, 4, Operetta,
4, Glee Club, 4, Numeral Club, 3, 4, Leaders' Club,
l, 2, 3, 4, Class Oiiicer, Secretary, 2, 3, Secretary,
l, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4.
"A" Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, Typing Squad, 3, 4,
Band, l, Numeral Club, 3, 4, Gym Team, 3, G. A.
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Anni.n,,St tt, 4, Busineg anager, 4, lunior Play,
3qAXrgentian Stat , 4, Glee b, 2, Track, 2,
,V xStudent Co , , Typing Squad, 3,
Orche-srtraf'4, Ba '7 .adership Club, 4, Gym
Teamgl, Nation Honor Society, 4, Senior Play, .4
Operetta, 4, Glee Club, 4, Student Council, l.
C. IAY BROWN
Football, 3, 4, Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, Iunior Play,
3, Operetta, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, Track, l, 2, 3, Golf,
l, Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Band, l, Senior Play, 4.
Football, l, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 2, 3, 4, Basket Ball, l,
Operetta, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Track, l, 3, 4.
Football, l, 2, 3, 4, Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Mustang
Club, 2, 3, 4, Basket Ball, l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 2, Glee
Club, 2, Track, l, 2, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Gym
Team, 3, Golf, 3, Student Council, 2, 3.
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Football, 2, 3, 4, UA" Club, 4, Basket Ball, 2, 3,
Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Typing Squad, 3, Or-
Girl Reserves, 2.
Football, 3, 4, "A" Club, 4, Mustang Club. 4,
Track, 1', 2, 3, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4.
Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Annual Staff,
4, Editor, 4, Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Argentian Staff,
Z, 3, 4, Student Council, 1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer,
3, Typing Squad, 3, 4, Librarian, l, Debate Squad,
2, 3, President, 3, Numeral Club, 3, 4, Leadership
Club, 4, Leaders' Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer,
Secretary, 1, Treasurer, 3, 4, G. A. A., 2, 3, 4:
National Honor Society, 4, Senior Play, 4.
Art Club, 1, "A" Club, 2, 3, 4, Mustang Club, 3, 4,
Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4,
Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 3, Leadership
Club, 4, Class Officer, Treasurer, 2.
Football, 1, 2, 3, Mustang Club, 3, 4, Tennis, 3, 4,
Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Debate Squad,
4, Leadership Club, 4, Class Officer, Cheer
Leader, 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society.
Art Club, 2, Basket Ball, 1, Argentian Staff, 2 3,
Typing Squad, 3, ader:sl1ip-Club 4.
MILDRED CORMAN L ke? A X
Art Club, l, 2, 4, Basket Ball, 1gf3, Leadership
Club, 4, Class Officer, Vice-President, 4, National
Operetta, 4, Glee Club, 4, Typing Squad, 3, Senior
Mustang Club, 4, Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1,
2, 3, 4, President, 4, Student Council, 1, Debate
Squad, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Secretary, 4.
Central lunior High School: Tennis, 1, Gym Team,
1, Argentine High School: Tennis, 2.
Tennis, 1, 2, 3, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Operetta
4, Glee Club, , Student Council, 1, G. A. A., 1,
Ar ian , 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Li-
MAB L IEL
r r an, 4, adership Club, 4.
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Art Club, l, Orchestra, 3, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4.
Basket Ball, l, Operetta, l, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4.
JACK FOX A
Typing Squad, 3, Orchestra, 4, Band, 1, Z, 3
Leadership Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4,
Senior Play, 4.
Typing Squad, 3, 4.
Basket Ball, l, Operetta, l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3
4, Girl Reserves, l, 2, Orchestra, l, 2, 3.
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Mustang Club, 3, 4, Iunior Play, 3, Student Coun-
cil, 3, Cheer Leader, 3, 4.
Basket Ball, l, Glee Club, 2, Orchestra, 3, Band,
4, Leadership Club, 4, Gym Team, l.
Annual Staff, 4, Iunior Play, 3, Argentian Staff, 2
3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, Operetta, 2, 3, Leadership
Club, 4, Senior Play, 4.
Art Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4.
Mustang Club, 4, Annual Staff, 4, Editor, 4, Iunior
Play, 3, Press Club, 4, Quill and Scroll Club, 4,
Tennis, 3, 4, Argentian Staff, 3, 4, Business Man-
ager, 4, Student Council, l, 2, 3, Orchestra, 2, 3,
4, Band, 2, Leadership Club, 4, President, 4,
National Honor Society, 4, Senior Play, 4.
Basket Ball, 2, 3, Tennis, 2, 3, Girl Reserves, 1, 2
Gym Team, l.
Football, 2, 3, 4.
Basket Ball, l, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Operetta,
2, 3, Glec Club, 2, 3, Student Council, l, Girl Re,
serves, 2, Leadership Club, 4.
Glee Club, l, 2, Orchestra, 3, BanH, 4, Gym
Art Club, 2, lunior Play, 3, Basket Ball, l, Oper!
etta, 2, 4, Glee Club, 2, 4, Leadership Club, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
Dropped out of School.
Band, 2, 3, 4.
Mustang Club, 4, Basket Ball, l, 2, 3, Tennis, 3, Op-
eretta, 3, Glee Club, 3, Gyrn Team, Z, 3.
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Basket Ball, l, Operetta, 2, 4, Glee Club, 2, 4,
Gym Team, 2, 3. 7
Track, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4, Mustang Club, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society, 4.
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Mpsmng Club, 2,,?L4, gmftgiystgff, 2, 3, Tennis
, 2, Press CME, , 3, , Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4
, ditor, 4, Qfill nd Scroll, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, 4, De-
bate Squad, 1,2 Leadership Club, 4, Glee Club
3, 4. Y
Orchestra, 2, 3, 4.
Glee Club, 4, Leadership Club, 4.
RALPH LYNCH J
Operetta, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Track, l, 2,
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otbal, l, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 3, 4, Basket Ball, l,
Track, l, 2, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Gym Team.
Loaders' Club, l, G. A. A., 1.
l, 2, 3.
Basket Ball, l, 3, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Gperetta, 4, Glee
Club, 4, Student Council, 2, Leadership Club, 4,
Argentian Statf, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4.
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PAUL MADDEN - ' QLW- .
G. A. A., Z, 3.
Spring Hill High School: Glee Club, l, 2, Band, l,
2, Orchestra, 2, Olathe High School: Girl Reserves,
3, Argentine High School: Glee Club, 4, Girl Be-
serves, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Typing Squad, 4.
Mustang Club, 3, ,T , , , , ,W
Gym Team, 2, 3, Le 'ers' Club, 2, 3, Class Gificgr,
Vice-President, 3, "A" Club, 4.
BETTY LUE MADISON
"A" Club, 4, Mustang Club, 3, 4, Basket Ball, 2, 3,
4, Tennis, 2, 3, 4, Argentian Stall, 2, 3, 4, Girl Be-
serves, 3, 4, Numeral Club, 3, 4, G. A. A., 3, 4.
Football, 3, Basket Ball, l, Operetta, 4, Glee Club
4, Track, l, 3, Golf, 3, 4, Gym Team, l, 2, 3.
Art Club, 2, Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4.
Basket Ball, l, 2, 3, Tennis, 3, G. A. A., 1.
Basket Ball, 3, Golf, 1, Typing Squad, 3, 4.
Glee Club, 4, Operetta, 4.
Football, 3, 4, "A" Club, 4, Basket Ball, 3, Glee
Club, 3, 4, Operetta, 3, Track, 3, Leadership Club,
4, Loader Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, Tennis, 3, Operotta 3, Glee
Club, 3, 4
Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, National llonor Society.
Art Club, 1, 2, UA" Club, 3, 4, Mustang Club, 4,
lunior Play, 3, Basket Ball, l, 2, 3, Tennis, 1, 2, 3,
Press Club, 3, 4, Argentian Stall, 2, 3, 4, Quill and
Scroll, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, Student Council, 1, 2,
Typing Squad, 3, Numeral Club, 2, 3, 4, Leader-
ship Club, 4, Leaders' Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A., 1
2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4, Senior Play, 4.
Basket Ball, 1, 3, Operetta, 2, Glee Club, 2, Li-
brarian, 2, 3, 4, Band, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4,
National Honor Society, 4.
Tennis, 1, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Nurneral Club,
4, Leaders' Club, 1, G, A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4.
Typing Squad, 3, 4,
Argentian Statt, 2, Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2,
tra, 3, G. . ., ,, .
Girl llofnorvrlrs, 3, 4, G. A. A., 3.
Tennis, 3 4, Gpcgrott 3, Glee Club, 3.
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WAYNE REESE 1'
Central lunior High Schooli Girl Reserves, 1, Stu-
dent Council, 1, G. A. A., 1, Argentine High
School: Basket Ball, 2, 3, Girl Reserves, Z, G. A.
Operetta, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2 3, 4, President, 4,
Leadership Club, 4.
3, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, Typing Squad, 3, 4, Orches- X APA BET-'LEsSCOTT
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Art Club, 2, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4.
Football, 1, 2, 3, Basket Ball, 1, 2, Tracglytii
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r es, 3o,yl,224'2pin ug-bd, G, Numeral Club, 3, 4,
L ' Club,f1l, l . A'LAL"'2, 3, 4.
National Honor Society, 4.
Football, 4, Tennis, 3, 4, Argentian Stall, 3, 4,
Student Council, 4, Leadership Club, 4, "A"
Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Typing Squad, 3, 4,
FQJQeadershi,p'i'Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
"A" Club, l, 2, 4, Mustang . , - lunior Play,
3, Basket Ball , 2, 3, Te ' , 2, 3, rl Re
ser es, 2, 3, pi 9,-,vsfi ' ' Nu ,
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GEORGE TH It AS 1
Club, 3, 4, BaAslfElyl3a'llTix3, Track, 2, 3, 4,
Leadership Cluky4f'Gym Tlefam, 1, 2, 3.
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 3, 4, Mustang Club,
4, Basket Ball, 2, 3, Operetta, 2, Glee Club, 2,
Track, 2, 3, 4, Golf, 2, 3, 4, Gym Team, 1, 2, 3, 4.
Argentian Stat , , Qer, 4:
Mustang , , ' , , Student
Council, t , ebate quad, 3, Leadership Club,
4, National Honor Society, 4, Senior Play, 4, An-
nual Stall, 4, Advertising Manager, 4.
Track, 2, Golf, 1, 2, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society, 4.
SENIORS WITH NO PICTURES
Clinton, Missouri, High School: Operetta, 1, Glee
Club, 1, Pleasanton, Kansas, High School: Class
Officer, Secretary, l, Argentine High School: Op-
eretta, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Leadership Club,
4, Gym Team, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 4.
Argentian Staff, 2, 3.
MARIORIE CLOON .,
Atchison High School: Operetta, 2, Glee Club, 1,
2, Argentine High School: Leadership Club, 4.
HAROLD DAVIDSON A
Operetta, 2, Glee Club, 2.
IOVITA HEENANDEZ , 4 ,
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DENZELL HOGAN DO-6+ '
Central Iunior High School: Gym Team, 1, 2.
Gym Team, 2.
Track, 3, Gym Team, 1, 2.
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Girl Reserves, 1, 2, Glee Club, 3, 4.
PATRICIA WORRALL L
Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, luriior Play, 3, Argeritiari
Staff, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, President, 4, Stu-
dent Council, l, Leadership Club, 4, Leaders' -A
Club, 4, Class Officer, Secretary, 4, G. A. A., 3,
Vice-President, 3, National Honor Society, 4. S
IACK FRANCIS O
Operetta, 1, Glee Club, l.
Basket Ball, I, Operetta, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Girl "
Reserves, 2, Leadership Club, 4. 1
Football, 2, 3, - ' ' asketyli ll, 2, Track, 3
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Operetta, l, Glee l. J
The junior class was second in size with an
enrollment ot 2l6 students.
The class presented a ploty "A Good Egg."
These people were in the play: Carol Craw-
ford, Pauline Kotllards, Clotrice Woolery,
Dorothy Beton, Margaret l-larrnon, Treasure
Lloyd, loirnes Hammer, Billy Duggins, Laur-
ence Moore, I. D. Thornas, Ddyton lenkins,
Wayne Arnold, dnd Bill Wilhm.
N. P. Shell was the sponsor. The officers were:
President, Dotyton lenkins, vice-president,
lewell l-lutt, secretary, Potuline Kdllaras,
treasurer, Vercella l-lardison.
First Row-McCarty, Hardison, Green
wood, Larson, Hodges, Monteil, Hicks
Henny, Hutchison, Haney, Martinez.
Second Row-Moss, McDaniel, McDou
gall, Gilyeat, Hahner, Ienkins, Hoover
Lynch, North, Harris.
Third Row-Neher, Lernberger, Mastele
letto, Hammer, Gould, Miller, Moore.
Fourth Row-Lloyd, Madl, Oehlert
Markula, King, Leep, Horton, Lavin
Fifth Row-Miller, Oropeza, Lee, Kal-
Sixth Row-Ietfries, Geiger, Gross
Harmon, Folsom, Moore, Mayo, Herring
Seventh Row-Hroncs, Miller, Lopez
Reed, Small, Laverack, Gomez, Liebig
Eighth Row-Norwood, Miller, Lake
Hogan, Keith, Green, McCauley, Mc
First Row-Wickersham, Simons, Pook-
er, Vergot, Worthington, Scott, Small
Second Howe-Smith, Pollock, Richey
Woodheaol, Harris, Schmeck, Timmins
Third Row--Wilson, Saunders, Thomas
Wilhm, Taber, Segura, Brown, Snod-
Fourth Row-C. Spencer, Vernon, Strut
zel, Woolery, Rose, Perkins, Taylor
Stumpf, Smith, Stephenson, Wing
Fifth Row--Smith, Simpson, Smith, Raw-
lings, Smith, Roberts, North, Martinez
Stanley, Sarras, Schooling, Spaulding
Sixth Rowe-Sodders, Tanner, Webster
l. Spencer, Miller, Perry, Smith, Pidcock
Thornhill, Knowles, Lovin, Watkins.
First Row-Botturn, Bruner, Davis, Card
Barnett, Crawford, Easley, Bristow
Second Row'-Denys, Doolittle, Barton
Canterbery, Boice, Brunner, Dickerson
Third Row-Burns, Craig, Cowperth
wait, Anderson, Aderholt, Buckley
Fourth Row--Bradbury, Bruce, Eppert
Beadle, Brink, Boris, Bertina, Antos.
Fifth Row-Easter, Drake, Blaschke
Beairol, Pickle, Badeker, Brown.
Sixth Row-Davidson, Moore, Bastel
Butler, Carpenter, Davis, Bender.
Seventh RowAArnold, Davidson, An
derton, Ashlock, Brown, Favrow, Cleav
er, Barclay, Bruns.
Eighth Row-Cooper, Dark, Atkinson
Duthoo, Bales, Dyerson, Bicknell, B
Eock, Blythe, Doze, Frctss, Ander
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' The sophomore class was the largest inthe
1 ' school, having an enrollment of 270.
Social functions were limited to a party, and
,. ft' 'dance at the Parish House in the fall and a
, picnic in the spring.
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First Row-Schmitt, Roman, Velasquez,
Simpson, Paine, Presley, Wilkes, Reed,
Second Row-Phillips, Schiebel, Winter
steen, Terry, Ninemire, Ritter, Wright
Third How-Paine, Potzold, Posten
Simpson, Showalter, Teegarden, Reyn
olds, Thoman, Reagan.
Fourth Row-Mooley, Pollock, Petrick
Smith, Nelson, Metz, Wentling, Sellers
Fifth Row-Southerland, Vanderwell
Sixth Row-Smith, Richey, Morris, Price
Seventh Row-Smith, McHenry, Morri
son, Meyer, Reagan, McGivern, Tush.
Eighth Row-McKittrick, Rock, Meeker
F. Mock, Phillips, Meade, Tush.
First Row-Scovill, Reynolds, Overly
Stigall, Stevenson, Prather, Sauer, Sim
Second Row-Markiewicz, Schroeder
Parsons, Wendt, Small, Wiseman
Waters, Roberts, Westfall, Sparks.
Third Row-Price, Tipton, Rock, School
ing, Schiebel, McDonald, Summers
Reynolds, McMahon, Sewell, Wire.
Fourth Row-Spears, Maxim, Lawson
Staff, Mills, Sutton, Scott.
One member of the class, lohn Thorp, played
on the senior high school basket ball team
and Went to the regional tournament.
C. E. Swender, sponsor of the class, coached
a group in organizing a basket ball team to
play With the junior high team and also to
play in a tournament with the seniors and
The officers of the class were: President, Rich-
ard Manking vice-president, Betty Westfall,
' secretary, Mary lane Cartmill, treasurer,
Pearl Reagan. K T TT TTT
Richard Mankin has been president ot this
class through the seventh, eighth, and ninth
Mary l-leckman won the annual Kid Day con-
test, dressed in an old-fashioned play suit.
The sophomores took charge ot the fifteenth
issue ot l"l'he Argentianf' with Walter Brink
Paul Gilles and Richard Burge represented
the class in the Student Council.
Several sophomore girls were among the
First Row-Gibbs, Follina, Woods, Ed-
wards, Carlson, Cartmill, Alumbaugh
Riojas, Reed, Bodam.
Second Row-Bradbury, Coons, Fogle
son, Crossley, Bauelt, Carr, Engles
Flynn, Allison, Bailey, Chambers.
Third Row-Hicks, Bass, Fields, Collins
Fourth Row-Caster, Brewer, Evans
Corbett, Bender, Ellerman, Cowperth-
't Co eland B' k
wat , p , rin .
Fifth Row-Eshnaur, DeLeon, Cansler
Adkins, F. Allison, V. Allison, DeSeure
Sixth Row-Burke, Clappin, Barnes
Baker, Barnes, Albertson, B, Barnes
Seventh Row-Easley, Burge, Cornel-
First Row-Gatzoulis, Hoke, Woods
Madl, Lamb, McCurdy, Simpson, M
Goodrick Maxwell, Locke.
Second Row-C. Goodrick, Hontz, Heck
man, Harclison, Foster, Lundbach, K
Marsh, Ladenburger, McGrew.
Third Row-McCauley, Freclericks
Hageman, Lentz, Matthews, Gruber
Fourth Row-McMillan, Myer, Kent
Lovell, Martin, Iantzen, Gilles, Lund
Fiilh Row4Layman, Littlefield, Haber
man, Hughes, Kellogg, McKitrick, Gar
Sixth Row-Lawson, Manthei, Long
Maybell, Hultz, Hickman, Geiger, Hen
Seventh RowfLandie, Gibbs, Foster
Gower, lameson, Maxim, Lemburger.
group which represented Argentine in the an- v
nual Play Day at Lawrence, Kansas. '
Mary lane Coleman had a lead in the play
'Thank You, Doctor," which was presented at
the Northeast Kansas League Fine Arts Fes-
tival, at Leavenworth.
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First Row--Bonnett, Erter, Alumbaugh,
Baker, DeLeersnyder, Dickerson, Dillon,
Cromwell, Babcock, Elliott,
Second Row-Carpenter, Evans, Cas
sidy, Buckman, B. Duggins, Fike, Cross,
Third Row-Casey, Guttieriez, Griffith,
Berry, Vernon, Cook, Atkinson, Airman,
Fourth Row-Allen, Denys, Fiscus, Dar-
nell, Arnold, N. Duggins, Cook, I-'er
Fifth Row-DeSmedt, Fisher, Fudge,
Collins, Ellsworth, Erie, Forrester, Arm
Sixth RowADare, Alvarez, Cook, Davis,
Atchley, Harris, Copeland, Becker.
Seventh RowfBell, Bogue, Childs,
Cook, Hernandez, Coons, Benlon, Fish
er, Fuller, Guttierez, Erter.
First Row-Tisdell, Smith, Winningham
Toeneboehn, Reed Stubbs, Radiganf
Tush, Wade, Wendt, Todd.
Second Row-Sudduth, Stevens, Stud-
dard, Rice, Simons, Williams, Smith
Third Row-Perkins, Shutt, VanDriesch
Puckett, Vist, Warner, South, Robinson
Fourth Row-Farrell, Slaughter, Wilson
Brfernon, Smith, Whitely, Paxton, Spears
Fifth How-Vargas, Rangel, Penny
Spears, Ramsey, Shartran, Saunders
Sixth Row-Rice, Roller, Waters, Taber
er, Dewiss, Smith, Servos.
First Row-Normile, Nash, Hickman
Iones, Hull, Petzold, Lovelace, Larson
Lee, Haney, Holthouse, Hills.
Second Row-Martin, Harrity, Hicks
Kelley, Hayes, Mock, Long, Mack, Mc-
Third Row-McClanahan, Vargas, Hare
ris, Ellerman, lngwerson, Hogan, Mad
dox, Lundberg, McKissick, Ketchum.
Fourth Row-McGhan, Martinez, Iohn-
son, Long, McGivern, McLeoad, Griffith
Fifth Row-Iayrne, Harris, Southerland
lones, Long, Iefferies, Larson, Robinson
Sixth Row-Parcell, Kain, Harkness
Harris, Renegar, Liebig, McHenry, Rob-
Seventh RowiGuttierrez, Smith, Her-
nandez, Liston, Miller, McCurdy.
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The ninth grade had a total enrollment of l89
at the end of the first semester.
Edward Dare, a member of the class, was
moved from the junior high school basket ball
team to the senior high team and for most of
the year after the Christmas holidays, played
forward and started a good percentage of
the games. Abdon Gutierrez was promoted
to the first team from the junior high squad.
The eighth grade was under the sponsorship
oi Miss Lillian lessup. ln the course oi the
year, two parties were held by the members
oi the class, one in the tall and one on
A program was presented in assembly by the
eighth grade, March l5.
Doris Green represented the class in the Stu-
dent Council. Lee Berns was mascot to the
football, track, and basket ball teams of the
First Row-Whitely, McCrary, Turner
Moore, Rice, Stumpf, Vaughn, Single:
ton,, Woolard, Perkins, Moore,
Second Row-Stoker, Summers, Macl-
dox, D. Shupp, Vaughn, Schierbaurn
Moreland, Pruitt, Maybell, Parsons
Third Row-VanBuskirk, L. Shupp
Smeltzer, Simons, Puckett, Wentling
Messinger, Purinton, Saler.
Fourth Row-Terry, McDonald, Magne-
nat, Smith, Reed, Smith, Littlefield
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Fifth Row-Olson, Rendlernan, Spenge
ler, Trowbridge, Rice, Lunay, Teegar-
den, Stephenson, Wade, Mahr.
Sixth Bow-Schroeder, Stanley, Myers
Sanders, Mankin, Swift, Petrick, More-
Seventh Row-Samuels, Payne, Turner
Stevenson, Politis, Wildman, Purinton
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Eighth Row-Smith, McCrary, Strong
First Row-Fields, Iohnson, Favors
P l G B rns Brazier Cowperth-
rung e, . e , ,
wait, L. Berns, Couch, Goss, Aiman
Second Row-Green, Gregory, Bird
Baker, Beaumont, Dickinson, Hage-
rnann, Brown, Brady, Bouse, Barrett.
Third Row-Kitterman, Barnett, Browne
Cobble, Forrester, Card, Duncan, Hop-
kins, Howell, Greenwood.
F th R Barnes Keith, Hall Hoov-
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er, Jenkins, Breese, Lambee, Cartmill
Fifth RoweBeach, Kent, Coates, Cot
trell, Grim, Layman, Eversole, Condron
Sixth Row-Harris, Koup, Iohnson
Adams, Hontz, Cleaver, Holland, Gib
Seventh Row-Haag, Hahner, Brink
Freeland, Day, Kelso, Barr.
Eighth Row-Landrey, Hodges, Hughes
Iahnson, Erauner, Green.
senior high school and was permitted to ac- v
company the teams on their trips,
Billy Brazier, Shirley Aiman and Dan Shupp
won a iirst, and two third places at the tri-state
music contest on the cornet, flute, and French
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First Row-Williams, Timmerman, Shoot
Spears, Schroeder Terry, Wintersteen
Ulm, Warrington, Sellers, Stott, School
Second Huw4Rogers, Weaver, Schmidt
Wiseman, Townsend, Tilden, Schwitze
gebel, Rogers, Studdard, Southerland,
Third How-VanLaningharn, Schultz
us, C ie e, oo Wor , n gr ,
Wickersham, Warren, Lehman, Simpson.
Fourth Row-Wright, VanLaningham,
Stumpt, Overly, Winsky, Odom, Robin
son, Rutledge, Warner, Teegarden
Rodelander, Rasmussen, Shrader.
First Row-Barr, Hale, Anderson, Hanes,
Fisher, Cromwell, Cwardner, Beton,
Brewer, Ackors, Fisher, Bradbury, Ash
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mont, Eppert, Crockett, Crane, Brink
Aldridge, Atkinson, Dickerson, Briggs.
Third Row-Crossley, Casey, Coons
Decker, Daniels, E. Brown, Buckleyl
Fourth Row-Becker, Clay, Beth, Brom
ley, Albertson, Castlernan, Favrow
Fifth Row-Ferguson, L. Billups, Chase
Curnutti, Adamson, Chambers, W. Bill
Sixth Row-Hutchinson, Dodds, De
board, Becker, Penske, C. Chase
First Row-Moore, Pooker, Ludwig
Gerhard, Moore, Caroll, Alumbaughl
King, Ingram, Rice, Dotson.
Second Row-Fredricks, johns, Stott
Peterson, H. Hoover, Mock, Lasiter
Newport, Gibbs, R. Hoover.
Third Row-Lewis, Harris, Odom, Madi
son, lohnson, Hayes, Landis, Rasmus
Fourth Row-Lewis, Meeker, North
genes, Haag, Rutledge, Hall, Follett
Fifth Row-Martinez, Lemberger, McM1l
lan, McLeod, Henslee, Rodelander, l
Paine, Peterson, Carter.
Sixth Row-Lovelace, Miller, Manthei
Purinton, Pierce, Hall, Bruns, Overly.
The seventh grade lost only ten members from
the beginning oi school until the end of the
tirst semester. One hundred and seventy-six
students enrolled in this class in September.
Several semester courses are provided for
members ot the seventh grade. Among these
are clothing, art, physical education, and
woodwork. The seventh grade boys were
particularly outstanding in the Woodworking
department. Seventh grade girls and boys
took part in the junior high school operetta,
presented this year for the first time since 1932.
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Mrs. I. F. Phillips Was president of the
Parent-Teacher Association of l935-37.
The organization Worked most of this
year on a program of organized recre-
ational activities to occupy some of the
abundant leisure time of high school
students. An adult education group
which met once each month was in-
augurated this year.
As before the association carried on
Welfare Work in furnishing books,
clothes and other necessities to those
students who needed help.
Three boys assisted Mr. C. L. Richards,
Woodwork instructor, with the seventh
grade classes. They are: Phillip
Simpson, William Smith, and Melvin
Well-made pieces are the occasional
table by Walter Derrington, coffee
table by Walter Brink, and the chest
of drawers by lames North. Eleven
good Walnut chests Were finished.
Each boy in the woodworking classes
was represented by at least one piece
of furniture in the annual exhibit, May
Schleicher, Brink, Smith, Simpson.
IUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY
First How-Green, Alumbaugh, Aiman,
Larson, Shupp, Petzold, Perkins, Schier-
baum, Paine, Wilkes, Van Buskirk.
Second Row-Eider, Dickerson, Coates,
Lambie, Vaughn, Hake, McMillan, Cas-
sidy, Wendt, Chambers.
Third Row A Vanderwell, Spenaler,
Tabberer, Lovelace, Smith, Cook, Hake,
McGivern, Arnold, Bellman.
Fourth Row-Southerland, Todd, Lovell,
M, Ayrault, Heckman, Reynolds, Cart
mill, Allen, Westiall, Perkins, Gilles.
Fifth Row-Reagan, Vargas, Geiger,
S. Ayrault, Haberman, Bailey, Cope-
land, Wright, Stanley.
Sixth RowAParcell, Thoman, Hultz,
Smith, Corbett, Morlan, Copeland, Gar-
Seventh Row-Scott, Layman, Sparks,
First Row-Smith, O. Liston, Cromwell,
Gardner, Berns, Shupp, Anders, Gilles,
Second Row-Wintersteen, Burch, Plunk,
Easley, Crawford, Walker, Rutledge,
Third Row-Arnold, Huff, Buckman,
Chase, Stephenson, lenkins, Hickok,
Fourth Row-Presley, Bell, Worrall,
Wolf, Minich, Sumner, Cloon, Coats.
Fifth Row-Hultz, Sellers, Hodges,
Westfall, Heckaman, Corbett, Rawlings,
Sixth Row-Fox, Weber, Gordon, Har-
rison, Hardison, Posten, Thoman, Cole,
Seventh Row-Conley, Liston, lenkins,
Thomas, Broomfield, Ramsey, Munoz.
Eighth RowfBuckrnan, Stone, McDon-
ald, Gentry, Bordner, Loving, Thomas,
Ninth Row-Blaschke, lanes, Snodarass,
Cooper, Sudduth, lamesan, Gibbs, Pidf
The lunior High Honor Society is composed
oi seventh, eighth, and ninth grade students
who possess the qualities of leadership and
ability, and who rank in the upper twenty-
iive per cent oi their class in grades. Each
student in the society receives a letter the first
year and a chevron each succeeding year.
The Leadership Club oi this year Was formerly
the Student Council. It was made up ot horne-
room chairmen, class presidents, presidents
ot organizations, and the upper twenty-tive
per cent ot the senior class.
The officers of the club were: President, David
Gordon, vice-president, Evelyn Plunk, secre-
tary, Carol Cromwell. I. C. Harmon was the
This year's Student Council was a new organ-
ization made up of nine members, two from
each of the senior high school classes and
one from each junior high class.
The council took up many problems vital to
school activities among which were, as-
semblies and traffic in the halls.
Argentine won the Kansas typing event for
the eighth year, winning first place in three
divisions. Rose Corbett won first in amateur
speed, Glen Price, first in amateur accuracy,
and Lillian Beadle, first in novice accuracy.
Pauline Kallaras won second in novice speed.
Argentine also won the regionalfof the Kan-
sas State contest, held at Ottawa.
Three cups were offered this year: one to the
school winning the highest total of points in
the amateur division, one to the school with
the highest total in the novice division, and
one to the winner of the state.
First Row-Smith, Green, P o o lc e r
Second Row-Bordner, Kallaras, I. C
Harmon, sponsor, Sudduth, Gilles.
First Row-Monteil, Walker, Anders
Buffington, Crawford, Cole.
Second Row-Beadle, Badeker, Beaird
Wolf, Teufler, Minich.
Third Row-Eppert, Rawlings, Pooker
Fourth Row-Corbett, Presley, Kallclr-
as, Sumner, Price.
Fifth Row-Wilhm, Arnold, G. C. Brink
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fb Q. ,Vx t - par eous lks. This helped the students
r. fi 5 o ,hi lc on ir feet. Several members of the
5 f V 1 f MX, . s ' ch cla s entered. the Fine Arts Festival at
av ivyiigh. Members also took part in a
J l e t debate at Atchison.
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MIP ' the art department enrolled ninety-nine
, f h ' students.
ll This year the intimate connections between
k art and lite Were stressed in the Work.
1 , An exhibit near the close ot the year gave a
F , ' y retrifpective view ot the Work of the depart-
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First Row-Ashlock, Easley, Cromwell,
Bruner, Buckley, Hardison. ,
Second Row-King, lessee, Gregory,
Burns, Markula, Perkins.
Third HowfWoodward, Elkins, Ieitar-
ies, Broomfield, Miller, Kennedy.
Fourth RowgPidcock, Liebig, Davidson.
Fifth Row-Duncan, Brunk, Cooper,
I. C. Shankland, instructor.
First Row-Freeland, Favours, Hoover,
Stoker, Sumner, Magnenat, Layman,
Vaughn, Baker, Cobble, Dickinson, Mc-
Crary, Whitely, Shupp.
Second Row-Terry, Turner, Coats,
Smeltzer, Pruitt, Moreland, Puckett,
Schierbcium, Hoke, Adams, Sanders,
Third Bow-Hull, Ienkins, Smith, Leniz,
Davis, Wentling, McMillen, Pierce, Cor-
Fourth Row-Doolittle, Shutt, Doolittle,
Forrester, Winningham, Gould, Taber,
Harris, Rawlings, Petzold.
Fifth Row-Brown, Buifington, Smith,
Poletis, Brunk, Iones, Purinton.
Sixth Row-Samuels, Price, Phillips
Smith, Foster, Barnes, Larson, Guteirrez.
Seventh Row-Locke, Purinton, Erter,
Snodgrass, Albertson, B. Turner, F.
The band and orchestra, under the direction
of l-l. I. Mould, presented two programs during
the year to help defray expenses of sheet
music and to help the school buy new instru-
The stunt night proceeds were also used to
buy new instruments.
BAND-Piccolo: Iohn Fuller, Flute: Lela Cook, Clarinet, Charles Stanley,
Max Dupuy, Lona Mae Hodges, Leroy Bruns, Bernard Little, Zaira Follina,
Eugene Parcell, Iack Sauer, Iack Ramsey, Iunior Schooling, Sanford Iantzen,
Gail Tanner, Russell Stephenson, Iean Schiebel, Bert Saunders, Iames
Spears, Elmer Crossley, Roy Wire, Saxophone: Mary Iane Card, Crystal
Waters, Marguerite Hayes, Lewis Caster, Kenneth Prather, Iack Cerovich,
Cornet: Billy Duggins, I. D. Tlhprnas, Morton Reynolds, Alfred Leslie, Eugene
Copeland, Iiram Iohnson, Harold Gentry, Leroy Simmons, Iohn Risner, Paul
Hills, Earl Wickersham, Horn: Herman Fleetwood, Leslie Wing, Leroy
Chambers, Wade Fike, Trombone: Max Bickmell, Iack Fox, Iimmie Hammer,
Bob Woolard, Iack Bouse, Ross Rasmussen, Bill Presley, Charles Barr,
Harold McHenry, Baritone: Price Stephenson, Ioe Swinehart, Euphonium'
Frances Allison, Bass: Wayne Fleetwood, Earl Stanley, Snare, Drum and
Traps: Dale Sparks, Cymbal: Sue Presley, Bass Drum: Bert McHenry,
Drum Major: Lona Mae Hodges, Student Director: I. D. Thomas, Wayne
Fleetwood, Max Bicknell, Lona Mae Hodges, Librarian: Iack Sauer, Iunior
Schooling, Conductor: Harold I. Mould.
ORCHESTRA-eViolin: Lillian Pierce, concert master, Iane Lemberger, Harold
Cottrell, Iack Schooling, Frances Bass, Ioe Marron, Fern Woodhead, Mary
Neher, Iack Bellman, Raymond Reed, Sylvester Littlefield, Lloyd Gibbs,
Cello: Geraldine Hoke, Florine Craig, Bass, C, Iay Brown, Flute: Shirley
Aiman, Lois Burns, Clarinet: Max Dupuy, Leroy Bruns, Geraldine Layman,
Loretta Eppert, Dwayne Garrett, Alto Saxophone: Bill Sandels, Delbert
Whistler, Tenor Saxophone: Bill Wilhm, Trumpet: Lawrence Moore, Paul
Madden, Altred Leslie, Gene Campbell, Bob Savage, French Horn: Dan
Schupp, Herman Fleetwood, Trombone: Iimmy Hammer, David Gordon,
Lester Childers, Iack Fox, Iames Bordner, Tuba: Wayne Fleetwood, Per-
cussion: Dale Sparks, Librarian: Iack Bellman, Accompanist: Ioe Whitely,
Conductor: Harold I. Mould.
First Row-Left to Right-Hodges, Du
puy, Bruns, Fuller, Cook, H. I. Mould
director, Stanley, Saunders, Schiebel
Second Row-Little, Follian, Parcell
Sauer, Prather, Cerovich, H. Fleetwood
Wing, Chambers, Wire, Crossley
Spears, Stephenson, Tanner, Iantzen.
Third Row-Card, Waters, Hayes, Reyn-
olds, Duggins, Leslie, Copeland, Iohn-
son, Gentry, Simmons, Risner, Gibbs
Wickersham, Barr, Presley, Woolard
Bicknell, Swinehart, Stevenson, Allison
Fourth Row-Stanley, W. Fleetwood
Brown, McHenry, Presley, Sparks.
First Row-Left to Right-Pierce, Lern-
berger, Burns, Craig, Hoke, Neher,
Second RowfE. Brown, Cottrell, Aiman
Bruns, Layman, Eppert, Garrett, Savl
age, Campbell, Madden, Leslie, Moore,
Third Row-Schooling, Whistler, Dupuy,
Wilhm, C. Brown, Fleetwood, Sparks,
Bordner, Fox, Childers, Gordon, Ham-
mer, Gibbs, Littletield.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
First RowfMadl, Vergot, Worthington,
Gould, Woolery, Berns, Miller, Bell
Ilimpson, Davis, Easter.
Second Row'-Harris, Cromwell, Blas-
chlce, Greenwood, Hutchison, Henny,
Miss Mona Walter, director, Pooker,
Huff, Woolard, Strutzol, Gress, Cowper
Third Row-Crockett, Bruce, Minich
M G G ld O hl 1 Phil r
C ivern, oo. , Q er , 1 ips,
Hoover, Aderholt, Smith, Crawford, Fry,
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First HowfVernon, Seckinger, Munoz
Watkins, Bradbury, Roberts, accompan
ist, Cleaver, Rush, Blythe, Snodgrass
Second Row-Messenger, White, Con
ley, Mostalta, Lopez, Miss Mona Walter
director, Schmeck, Fleming, Cooper:
Butler, Horton, Young.
Third FloWfWinchell, McMillen, School
Jia, Maxizn, Bosse, Loving, Cain, Nor
wood, Greenwood, Lynch.
Approximately seventy-five students were en-
rolled in the combined Girls' and Boys' Glee
ln order to help defray the expenses of the
music department the glee clubs presented a
two-act operetta 'Blow Me Down", on March
4 and 5. The students with leads in the produc-
tion Were: Emory Cooper, Donald Messenger,
Verda Bell, Marianna Berns, Frank Bosse,
George Schmeck, Ervel Cleaver, Robert
Blythe, Ruth Bruce and Mary Smith.
The officers of the clubs Were: Girls-Presi-
dent, Carol Cromwell, secretary, Alma Madl,
treasurer, lewell Huff.
Boys-President, Fairell Bush and Raymond
Conley, vice-president, Clifford Keyes, secre-
tary, Donald Messenger, treasurer, l. D.
A total of one hundred were enrolled in the
three journalism classes. Twenty-two of these
were seniors, thirty-nine juniors and thirty-
Under the double staff plan of The Argentian,
Evelyn Plunk and jerry Liston were editorsg
Anna Walker and Elsie Wolf, advertising
managersg and David Gordon was business
manager. Y .
The paper received a Medalist ranking in the
national contest conducted by Columbia Uni-
versity and an All-American rating in the Na-
tional Scholastic Press Association contest.
The following placed in Quill and Scroll group
contests: jerry Liston, Leslie Wing, David
Gordon, Earl Stanley, Anna Walker, Betty
Barton and LaVerne Rawlings. Lona Mae
Hodges won first place in a state contest and
john Broomfield and jewel l-luff placed in the
Scholastic Awards contest.
To have the first issue of the paper ready for
distribution the opening day of school, twenty
members of the journalism classes worked at
the building for more than a week before the
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To the person who has borne the brunt of all the time and labor that has
gone into the production of this book, who has given encouragement to the
student helpers to do their best at all times, who has always concerned herseli
with the welfare of Argentine High School, we dedicate this page to show our
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September 14-School opened. First paper dis-
September 26-Football gameg Argentine vs.
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October IO-Football gameg Argentine vs. Rose-
October 11-Football gameg Argentine vs. Leav-
October Z4-Football gameg Argentine vs. Olatheg
October 29-Staples, Magician, assemblyg 11:15
October 29-Annual Argentine Activities Asso-
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October 30-Football gameg Argentine vs. Wy-
November 5 - Football gameg Argentine vs.
Shawnee Missiong there.
November I0-P.-T. A. Fathers' night in audi-
November ll-Armistice day speaker, Mr. Kirk-
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November 14-Football gameg Argentine vs. At-
November 25-Mustang dance, Lapham's Hall.
December l-P.-T. A. meetingg 2:30 dclock.
December 2-Boys' "A" Club assembly.
December 9-Girls' Reserve assembly.
December 10-Seventh Grade assembly at 2:30
December ll-Basket ball gameg Argentine vs.
December 10-Junior Class assembly.
December 17-18-Iunior Class Play.
December 18-Basket ball gameg Argentine vs
December 23-Christmas program,
December 23-Basket ball gameg Argentine vs.
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December 23-Christmas vacation begins.
Ianuary 4-School reopens.
Ianuary 5-P.-T. A. meeting.
Ianuary 8ABasket ball gameg Argentine vs, Wy-
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lanuary l9-Stunt assembly in auditorium.
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March 2-Night Operetta rehearsal.
March 6-Basket ball gameg Olatheg there.
March 9-Argentine Activities Association ban-
March 16-Boys' "A" Club show in gymnasium.
March 19-Band and Orchestra program.
March l9-Family night,
March 25-Eighth grade party.
March 26fGood Friday holiday.
March 29-April 3-Music week,
April l-Kid and Hobo day,
April 6-P.-T. A. meetingy 2:30 o'clock,
April 9-Physical education exhibitiong gym-
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