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

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GEN. 373 AR37 1938 The Argentian MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY Genealogy Local History Branch 317 W. Highway 24 Independence, MO 64050 ■y urancn GE■ r- ( A tys- [ uzZCj, tfyuyLj- W prLux Uj u ‘ C f dhrtft. 7. Lt c C' ( u X ho, '1 L14 Xxyu rf £K • bJ' 'JL OlA j UjU KK? .K , sP e? Acz , cv t (Xjtw l dJ' ’ U.f ■ ©. O J cQ . A G u- . .ksuJ-Z chj AAAj . 7 C [Ar'lj'fx A t yZ y £ . cc, C-La 'i-LjPC ' C i ■ t) ' K I ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL . ANNUAL STAFF Editors Virginia King and Maxine Markuia Business Manager.............Donald Fuller Advertising Manager. . Margaret Harmon These journalism students assisted in the preparation of this book: Earl Stanley, Edith Anderson, Wayne Arnold, John Broomfield, Lona Mae Hodges, Judith Pooker, Jewel Huff, Bill Leep, Leslie Wing, Dorothy Beton, Pauline Kallaras, Lois Burns, Clarice Woolery, George Moore, Merry Carroll, Dorothy Jean Gould, Julia Janes Hoover, La Verne Saunders, and Edward Smith. «iTOaiT«ita„ei) Ary4 Argentine High Students Preparing For Page Four WBSSaaa BBR First Row: (left to right) Circle saw; shop boys working. Second Row: (left to right) Tuning the motor; mechanical drawing of a locomotive. Third Row: (left to right) Tire repair; apprenticeship group at the Kansas City Structural Steel Company. Lower Left: Drill press in the metal shop.Industrial Theme The theme of the Argentian of 1938 is of vital the students and to the patrons of the school. Our is in the midst of industry; our patrons work in we think "industry". The Argentine High School feels a responsibility in pre- paring its students for the vocational side of life, particu- larly that group of students who are not expecting to continue in school. Just now, the future seems to offer hope for even a stronger department of vocational edu- cation, and therefore greater opportunities for render- ing service. May this edition of the Argentian be an inspiration to us not only for what the school is, but also for what the school $Gen,al 8L lor ncfi 317 W. Highway 24 mmm ---- Independence, MO 64050 Cjj I™» Vocations in An Industrial Community Upper Right: Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company, that cooperates in the ap- prenticeship plan. First Row: (left to right) Santa Fe streamline motor that class studies; Sinclair Refinery that cooperates in the apprenticeship plan. Second Row: (left to right) Typing; overhauling a motor in the Auto Service shop. Third Row: (left to right) Bookkeep- ing; designing. Page Five SUPERINTENDENT F. L. SCHLAGLE To the seniors of 1938 goes my sincerest feeling of esteem and appreciation. Your presence has made the Argentine High School "Greater, better, and more beautiful” — the ideals to- ward which all true Argen- tians strive. J. C. Harmon, principal. Congratulations to the members of the class of 1938 for your graduation! Best wishes for your hap- piness now and for the future! Best wishes for your suc- cess now and always in whatever field of work you may enter! F. L. Schlagle. PRINCIPAL J. C. HARMON Page Eight On the nreshoid f truth and life !e jdy to,.mn the promised race nth th zoa { cyhound fan The courage of flaming vc Courage which-bid thetfn ir g$ h hoMm fe ■D manaijig that there she Tempered by mpr y in gr A4i tiie rn ur they now f Twodiundred seniors march They'TTlearn haw to spend Learning' the ways? of these J r eyde dated wfr£ntl ;nt to school. Two hund ddTeOTt ar ille4ii h a jfor a "And rf mory azp oTgTay ppeara O'er a childhood tnahcoulsj-ntlash. Two hphdred seniors jvho'sdy g db Whh miling gf eqpf ey T jytm-d gwibh.'s re smile for what's ahead 'An'a a muffled'sigh for what is dead. Two-hundred kenlorsstand toda' On the threshold of truth and life ,e rainbow's end. •Merry CarrollFACULTY MISS EDNA BARNES English MISS FRANCES H. BATES Dramatics, Mathematics MR. G. E. BRADFORD History MR. G. C. BRINK Typewriting, Shorthand MISS STELLA COLE Clothing MISS HENRIETTA CONRAD English, Spanish MR. P. E. COWAN International Relations, Social Problems, History MISS GLADYS CONGDON History, English, Mathematics MISS GRACE DALE Shorthand, General Business, Bookkeeping MISS EDITH DELANEY Mathematics, Algebra MR. T. M. EVANS Physical Education, Health, Civics MR. P. G. HAUSMAN Metal Shop, Auto Service, Advanced Sheet Metal MISS MAUD HEWITT English, Art MR. F. S. HOOVER Biology MISS LILLIAN JESSUP Geography, History MISS DORIS JONES Physical Education, Civics, Health MRS. FAYE LEVY History, Algebra Applied Mathematics MR. J. C. LONBORG General Science, Athletic Coach 12. Page Teno0 q jL' VOjJLSL a Ju JU y th. yW- X-S. y j- Xf . ■ ' v-y. tro . Co -V J ci . b 8 — ? S"ttvy k- A- i W-. . e L uu U. y . ljlJ o y f —- yi t, Ay - tjL • Q4 . VUL-.JA U X a a-. . UM . £jUL yyy J JC y. S . ,L y ULX tO«X o iv J’fcAi. -A . » . CL Ajly -VVy'-- d' y'Xz j f-t (Xh- CLASS OFFICERS FOR THE PAST SIX YEARS SENIOR YEAR President..............................Dayton Jenkins Vice-President ..............John Broomfield Secretary....................Pauline Kallaras Treasurer .................Vercella Hardison Cheer Leader.............................Bill Wilhm ( Miss Frances Taylor oponsors .............j Mr. y jr Timmins JUNIOR YEAR President..............................Dayton Jenkins Vice-President .........................Jewel Huff Secretary....................Pauline Kallaras Treasurer .................Vercella Hardison Cheer Leader............................J. D. Thomas Sponsor.......................Mr. N. F. Shell SOPHOMORE YEAR President...............................Laney Pidcock Vice-President...........................Bill Leep Secretary........................Marvin Bales Treasurer....................James Pountain Cheer Leader............................J. D. Thomas Sponsor......................Mr. F. S. Hoover FRESHMAN YEAR President.................... John Broomfield Vice-President ....................Lois Burns Secretary..................Margaret Stevens Treasurer......................Treasure Lloyd Cheer Leader.....................J. D. Thomas Sponsor.................Miss Henrietta Conrad EIGHTH GRADE President .........................Bill Leep Vice-President ................... Lois Burns Secretary ...........................Treasure Lloyd Treasurer .............................Leland Lynch Sponsor....................Miss Lillian Jessup SEVENTH GRADE President..................Margaret Harmon Vice-President .........................Betty Easley Secretary.............................Florine Craig Treasurer................................Bill Stoker c Mr. J. H. Nicholson Sponsors................ j Miss Edith Delaney CLASS OF 1938 The senior class of this year was the largest graduating class in the history of the school. Since the beginning of the year the enrollment of the class had varied only by one or two students and at the close of the year the enrollment was 197, only two less than when school started. In the publishing of the yearbook the following students helped: Earl Stanley, Edith Anderson, Wayne Arnold, John Broomfield, Lx na Mae Hodges, Judith Pooker, Jewel Huff, Bill Leep, Leslie Wing, Dorothy Beton, Pauline Kallaras, Lois Burns, Clarice Woolery, Laurence Moore, Merry Carroll, Dorothy Jean Gould, Julia Janes Hoover, La Verne Saunders, and Edward Smith. "Take My Advice,” a comedy, was presented April 7 and 8 as the annual senior play by Donald Fuller, Wayne Arnold, Jimmy Hammer, Clayton Schooling, Lois Burns, Betty Easley, Dorothy Beton, and Virginia King. The two members of the senior class in the Student Council were Jewel Huff, president of the club, and Bonnie Perkins. The following thirty-one members of the senior class were selected to member- ship to the National Honor Society: Wayne Arnold, Leona Badeker, Lillian Beadle, Dorothy Beton, Mary Boris, Roberta Brunner, Lois Jean Burns, Donald Fuller, Bernita Griffin, Jimmy Hammer, Vercella Hardison, Margaret Harmon, Eleanor Harris, Lona Mae Hodges, Jewel Huff, Dayton Jenkins, Pauline Kallaras, Virginia King, Jane Lemberger, Treasure Lloyd, Maxine Markula, Ernest Mayo, Bonnie Perkins, Ruby Mae Richey, Robert Segura, Dorothy Smith, Norma Smith, Olive Maxine Smith, Earl Stanley, Bill Stoker, and Leslie Wing. The officers of the club were: Pauline Kallaras, president; Earl Stanley, vice- president; Vercella Hardison, secretary, and Donald Fuller, treasurer. Page Twelve FACULTY MISS MYRTLE McCORMICK English, Latin Librarian MR. H. J. MOULD Orchestra, Band Beginning Instruments MR. E. A. MOODY Mechanical Drawing, Trades MRS. ETHELYM MORGAN Study Hall MISS BERTHA PLUMB Foods, Cafeteria MR. C. L. RICHARDS Woodwork MISS MARGARET DANNEBERG Secretary MR. I. C. SHANKLAND Vice-Principal, Constitution, Speech MR. N. F. SHELL Physics, Chemistry MR. K. C. SKEEN Geometry, Algebra Shop Mathematics MR. C. E. SWENDER Vocations, Salesmanship, Track Coach MISS FRANCES TAYLOR Journalism, English MR. V. E. TIMMINS History MISS MONA WALTER Glee Club, Chorus MISS BESS WILHITE English Page ElevenCLASS OF 1938 BICKNELL. MAX—Tennis. 4; Orchestra. 4; Band, 3, 4; Leadership Club, 4. BOICE, REVEILLE-Girls' Athletic Association. 1. 2, 3, 4. BORIS, MARY. ELIZABETH—Mustang Club. 4; Argentian Staff, 2. 3. 4; Girl Reserves. 4; Student Council. 1; Lead- ership Club. 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 2; Office, 4; Typing Squad, 4; National Honor Society, 4. BOTTUM, BERT BOWLIN. CLAY—Track. 3. 4; "A" Club, 3. 4. BRADBURY. ROBERT—-Football, 2, 3; Basket Ball, 2, 3; Operet)6, 3, ClubStudent Council, BRAINARD. CLARENCE BRINK, LEONA—Girl Reserves, 1. 2, 3, 4; Campfire, 4. BRISTOW. LOIS—Art Club, 1; Mustang Club, 2. 3. 4; Basket Ball, 2; Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Girl Reserves, 2; Student Council, 2. BROOMFIELD, JOHN—Mustang Club. 4; Press Club, 4; Vice-President. 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 1. 2; Debate Squad. 3; Leadership Club, 3, 4; Class Officer, President, 1; Vice-President, 4. BROWN. ALAN—Football, 2. 4; Operetta. 4; Glee Club. 4; Trcck, 4; Leadership Club, 4. BROWN, DAVID-Track. 1. 2. 3. 4; “A" Club, 2, 3, 4. BRUNER, ROBERTA—Art Club, 2, 3; Girl Reserves, 2, 3; Leadership Club, 4; International Relations Club, 4; Secretary. 4; Science Club, 4; National Honor So- ciety, 4. Club, 4; Track I. 1, 2, 3. 4. BUCKLEY, WILMA—Central Junior; Student Council, 1; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Argentine High School Oper- etta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Leadership Club, 4. BURNS, LOIS—Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 1, 3. 4; Debate Squad, 2, 3; Librarian. 3, 4; Orchestra, 2, 3; Leadership Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1; Class Officer. Vice-President, 1; International Relations Club, 4; Social Problems Club, 4; Typing Squad, 4; Senior Play, 4,- National Honor Society, 4. BUFFINGTON. EDNA—Art Club, 3; Typing Squad, 3; Leadership Club, 4. BRUNNER, LELAND—Football, 4; Mustang 4; Social ProbleihsjClub, 4. BRONSr-LEROY Or 2, 3. 4; Ba Page FourteenCLASS OF 1938 ADERHOLT. MARY JANE—Argentian Staff, 2. 3, 4; Mus- tang Club, 3. 4; Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3. ANDERSEN, EDITHr—iJJ. Club. £f" ustang Club, 3, 4; BasM'Ball l, -2 3, f; Argentian itaff. §73. 4; Mums Leader, Clu rf; myfirfnletic ANTOS, MIKE —Basket Ball, 1; Track, 1; Gym Leader, 1, 2, 3. ARNOLD, WAYNE—Mustang Club, 4; Junior Play, 3; Tennis, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Advertising Man- ager; Debate Squad, 4; Science Club, 4; Band, 1; Leadership Club, 4; International Relations Club, 4; Vice-President; Senior Play, 4; National Honor So- ciety, 4. ASHLOCK, THELMA—Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 1, 4. ATKINSON, CHARLES—Mustang Club, 3, 4; Basket Ball. 3; Glee Club, 4; Track. 1. 2. 3; Golf. 1. 2; Band, 1, 2. BABCOCK, WARREN—Glee Club, 3; Orchestra, 1. 2. BADEKER, LEONA—Typing Squad. 3, 4; National Honor Society, 4. BARCLAY. WARREN—Gym Leader, 2. BARNETT, IRENE—Central Junior. Student Council. BARTON, BETTY—Art Club, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3; Numeral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Leaders. 3, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4. BASTEL, MYRTLE—Numeral Club. 3. 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 3, 4. BEADLE, LILLIAN—Typing Squad. 2, 3; Leadership Club, 4; National Honor Society, 4. BEAIRD, MARGARET—Operetta, 1. 2; Glee Club, 1, 2; Typing Squad, 3, 4; Gym Leader, 1. 2. 3; Girls' Athletic Association, 3, 4. BECK. ROBERT—Central Junior; Secretary-Treasurer, 1; Tumbling Team; Umpires' Club; Volley Ball; Art Club, 1. 2; Basket Ball, 1; Operetta, 1, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1. 3, 4; Track, 3, 4; Student Council, 1; Gym Leader. 1, 2, 3. BENDER, TED BERTINA, DIXIE LEE BETON. DOROTHY—Junior Play. 3; Press Club. 4; Argen- tian Staff, 2. 3, 4; Numeral Club, 1; Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, 2; Senior Play, 4; Leadership Club. 4; Basket Ball, 1; National Honor Society, 4. Page ThirteenCLASS OF 1938 DICKERSON, DOROTHY—Girl Reserves, 4. DOOLITTLE, DORIS—Art Club. 1. 2, 3, 4; Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3, 4; Girl Reserves. 1; Numeral Club. 1. 2, 3. 4; Gym Leaders, 3; Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4. DOZE, EARL—Football, 1, 2, 3. 4; Basket Ball. 1; Glee Club. 1; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader. 1, 2; "A" Club. 3. 4. DRAKE, IAN—Student Council, 1; Leadership Club, 4. DUGGINS, BILL—Mustang Club, 4; Junior Play, 3; Bas- ket Ball, 2. 3, 4; Golf, 3. 4; Band. 2. 3; Leadership Club, 4. DUTHOO, LOUIS—Art Club. 2; Track, 4. DYERSON, VICTOR EASLEY, BETTY—Mustang Club, 2, 3. 4; Student Coun- cil, 1. 2; Cheer Leader, 2, 4; Leadership Club, 3, 4; Senior Play, 4. EPPERT. LORETTA—Girl Reserves, 3. 4; Vice-President. 4; Typing Squad, 3, 4; Orchestra. 3; Band, 2; Lead- ership Club, 4. FAVROW. WALTER—Football, 1. 2, 3. 4; Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3; Glee Club. 2, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; "A” Club. 2, 3, 4. FICKEL. OLETA ciation, 3, 4. ETTE. RUSH m Leader, 1, 3; Girls' Athletic Asso- ootball, 2, 3. FOLSOM, VELMA—Argentian Staff. 2, 3, 4; Girl Re- 1 serves, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2. STACY—Track, 4; Gym Leader. 1. 2, 3. FULLER. DONALD—Mustang Club. 4; Annual Staff. 4; Business Manager, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3. 4; Debate Squad. 4; Leadership Club, 4; President, 4; Senior Play. 4; National Honor Society, 4; Treasurer. GARL. ASA LEE—Gym Leader. 2, 3. GILYEAT. MAYCLE—Operetta, 2, 4; Glee Club. 2. 4; Gym Leader, 1, 2. Page Sixteen CLASS OF 1938 I f BURCH, MARY ELIZABETH—Mustang Club, 3, 4; Treas- urer, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 1; Presi- dent, 1; Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Leadership Club, 3; Office, 4; Student Council, 1. BURR, CLAUDE—Orchestra, 1, 2. BUTLER, CLARENCE—Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Mustang Club, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3; Operetta, 3. 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3; Student Council, 1, 2; Gym Leader, 1, 2; CAIN, SIMPSON—Qperotta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Inter- national Relations Club, 4; Social Problems Club, 4. CANTERBURY, JOSEPHINE—Social Problems Club, 4; International Relations Club, 4. CARD. MARY JANE—Girl International Relations CARPENTER. J. W, CARROLL, 2. 4,- Gi CLEAVER. ERVEL—B 3, 4; Glee Club. 3, Squad, 4. es, 4; Band, 2, 3, 4; Club, 1. lu 4; Argentian Staff. 2; Football, 2; Operetta. 4; Track, 1, 3, 4; Typing COLBY. EDWIN COWPERTHWAIT, ETHEL-Operetta, 1. 2, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2. 3, 4. CRAIG, FLORINE- Malta, Montana High School: Oper- etta, 1;' Glee Club, 1; Band. 1; Argentine High School: Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3. 4. CRAWFORD, CAROL — Mustang Club, 3, 4; Cheer Leader, 3; Junior Play, 3; Operetta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; President, 4; Typing Squad. 3, 4; Leadership Club, 3. 4. CREW, ELEANOR—Lansing, Kansas High School; Class Officer, President, 3; Secretary, 2; Junior Play, 3; Oper- etta. 1, 2. 3; Glee Club, 1. 2. Argentine High School: Girl Reserves, 4; Leadership Club, 4; International Relations Club, 4. DAVIS, BERNADINE—East High School. Kansas City, Missouri: Art Club, 1; Girl Reserves. 1, 2; Gym Leader. 1; Latin Club, 1. Argentine High School: Art Club, 4 DAVIS, WILLA JEAN—Mustang Club, 4; Office, 4; Glee Club. 3. 4; Operetta, 3. 4; Girl Reserves, 1; Leadership Class, 4. DeMUYNCK, JIMMIE—Glee Club. 4; Gym Leader. 1; International Relations Club, 4; Operetta, 4. DENYS, DOROTHY—Operetta, 3; Glee Club. 3; Leader- ship Club, 3. Page FifteenCLASS OF 1938 HUTCHISON, BEULAH—Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3. JAMESON. RUSSEL—Football. 2; Basket Ball. 2, 3. 4; Ten- nis, 2. 3; Track, 2, 3; Gym Leader, 3; "A" Club, 3, 4. JEFFARES. WILLIAM JENKINS. DAYTON—Football. 1. 2. 3. 4; Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, 2; Basket Ball, 1. 2; Argentian Staff, 2. 3, 4; Track, 1, 2. 4; Leadership Club, 3, 4; “A" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4; Class Officer: Presi- dent, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 4. KALLARAS, PAULINE—Central Junior: Student Council. 1; Girls' Athletic Association, 2. Argentine High School: Mustang Club, 4,- Junior Play, 3; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 4; Student Council, 3, Secretary, 3; Debate Squad. 4; Typing Squad, 3, 4 Class Officer: Secretary, 3, 4; Leadership Club, 3, 4 National Honor Society, 4; President. KEITH, WILLIAM—Glee Club, 2. KIMLER. HAZEL—Gir KING, HARLEY—! •BalT 1.2, 3, 4; k 2,$BdS rTBall. Athletic Assp'ciation, 11, 4; g Club S, 4;f Leadership, .••Vol E5filL g Club, 3, B sket Ball, 1; ennis, 1, 2 $rgentian Staff, tudent Council, 1, 3; 2, 3; Librarian, 2, 3; , 3, 4; Girls' Athletic Press Club, 4; Na- Scroll, 4. KNOWLES. ED LARSON. MARY—Numeral Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader. 3; Leadership Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, Basket Ball, 1. 2; Volley Ball, 1. 2. LAVERACK. CLANTON AVIN. PAUL—Mustang Club. 4; Gotf. 1- 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader, 2, 3; "A" Club BILL—Football, sket Ball, 1, 2. 3; T 6 Ts, 3; .Operetta, 4; Glee cllub, 4 -Vio 2. 3, 4; Student Cfi A:il, 1; Office icer: Vice-P: lub, 3, 4; Class BERGER, JANE—Debate Squad, 2; Orchestra, 1, 2, Gym Leader, 1; Leadership Club, 4; Science National Honor Society, 4. LILLICH, JACOB LLOYD, TREASURE—Mustang Club, 4; Junior Play, 3; Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 4; Debate Squad, 4; Numeral Club, 1. 2, 3. 4,- Typing Squad, 4; Gym Leader, 3; Leadership Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' "A" Club, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 4. McCARTY, FREDERICK—Track, 1; International Rela- tions Club, 4. Page EighteenCLASS OF 1938 GOMEZ, JESSE—Basket Ball, 1, 2. 3. 4; Tennis, 2, 3, 4- Track, 3, 4. GOULD. DOROTHY JEAN—Art Club. 1. 2; Mustang Club. 3. 4; Basket Ball, 1, 2; Tennis, 1, 2, 3; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3; Student Council, 1; Social Problems Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Associ- ation, 2, 3. GREEN. BENNY—Tennis. 4. HARRIS. ELEANOR—Art Club. 3; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Operetta, 3. 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4; Leadership Club. 4; International Relations Club. 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2; National Honor Society, 4. HENNEY, VELMA HERRING. BOB—Basket Ball. 2. 3; Tennis. 2; Track. 2, 3; "A" Club. 3. 4. HODGE LONA 3. 4; Argentian 3. 4; Band. $73. 3, 4; National Honor HOLLENBECK. RAYMOND Mustang Clu Qu ociety ess Ck U.ctncf-Sboll. er: hip Club. HOOVER. JULIA JANES—Art Club. 4; Mustang Club. 2, 3, 4; Argentine Staff, 2. 3, 4; Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3; Girls' Athletic Association, 3. HRONES. JIMMIE—Basket Ball, 1; Gym Leader. 1. HORST. ETHAN—Debate Squad, 4; Social Problems Club. 4. HUFF, JEWEL—Mustang Club. 4; Press Club. 3. 4; Argen- tian Staff, 2. 3, 4; Operetta. 3, 4; Glee Club. 3, 4; Treas- urer, 3; Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3. 4; Vice-President, 3; President, 4; Student Council. 3. 4; President, 4; Lead- ership Club. 3, 4; Class Officer, Vice-President, 4; Na- tional Honor Society, 3; Girls' Athletic Association, 1; Quill and Scroll, 4. GRIFFIN, BERNITA—Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 4; Leadership Club, 4; International Relations Club, 4; Typing Squad, 4, National Honor Society, 4. GUENGERICH, VERDA—Glee Club, 4; Operetta. 4; Inter- national Relations Club, 4. HAHNER. MARGARET -Volley Ball. 1. 2; Basket Ball. 1, 2; Typing Squad, 4. HAMMER, JIMMY—Mustang Club, 4; Junior Play. 3;' Tennis, 3; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Golf, 2; Orchestra, t 2, 3, 4; Band, 4; Leadership Club. 4; Senior Play 4,- Typing Squad, 4; National Honor Society, 4. I HARDISON. VERCELLA -Mustang Club. 4; Basket 2, Debate Squad, 3; Leadership Club, 4; Class Treasurer, 3. 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 2; Honor Society, 4; Secretary. HARMON, MARGAgET - .lustang Club. 2, 3. 4; Secre- tary. 3 Pr § entrTT2 Ci«y P 3?r fc 4rgenlian Staff, ig Sqv»aa, 3. 4; Numeral Cnlb',-1, 2, 3, Lea rship Club, 4; Girl§' Athletic Association, 1. 3. Annual Staff, 4; Advertising Manager, 4; Club, 4 National Honor Society. 4. Page SeventeenCLASS OF 1938 OROPEZA, EVANGELINE -Gym Leader. 1; Girls' Ath- letic Association, 1. PAYNE. CLAY—Football. 2. 3. 4; Mustang Club. 2. 3. 4; Basket Ball, 1. 2; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain, 4; Gym Leader, 3; Leadership Club, 4; Secretary, 4; "A" Club 2. 3. 4. PERKINS, BONNIE—Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 1. 2; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 1, 2; .Student Council, 4; Typing Squad, 3, 4; Librarian, 3; Office, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2; National Honor So- ciety, 4. PERRY. WILLIAM PLOUGH. ROBERT—Football. 3, 4; Basket Ball, 2, 3, 4; Track. 2, 4; "A" Club, 3, 4. POLLOCK, PATSY -Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4; Numeral Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4. POOKER, JUDITH—Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3; Girl Reserves, 4; Typing Squad, 3, 4; Leadership Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 1; Office, 4. POUNTAIN, JIMMY—Football. 1, 2. 3. 4; Captain, 4; Art Club. 2; Mustang Club, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Track, 1, 2, 3; Student Council, 2; Gym Leader, 1, 2; Leadership Club, 4; Class Officer: Treasurer, 2. RAWLINGS. GENEVIEVE—Basket Ball. 1. 2. RICHEY. RUBY MAE—Girl Reserves. 1, 2, 3. 4; Typing Squad. 4; Librarian, 4; Numeral Club, 3. 4; Girls' Ath- letic Association. 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 4. ROBERTS, RUTH—Mustang Club, 4; Tennis, 2; Argen- tian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves. 4; Leaders Club, 3; Girls' Athletic Association, 2; Leadership Club, 4; Typing Squad, 4. RODRIGUEZ. LUPE—"A" Club; Football, 1, 2. 3; Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3; Track, 1. 2. 3. ROSE, BETTY -Art Ciub. 1; Mustang Club, 4; Tennis, 1, 2. 3; Numeral Club, 2; Leadership Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association. 1, 2; Typing Squad, 4. SANDELS. BILL-Orchestra. 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3. 4. SARRAS. LOUIE—Football. 2. 3. 4; Basket Ball, 3; Glee Club, 2; Track, 4; “A" Club, 4. SAUNDERS, LaVERNE Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Oper- etta, 3; Glee Club, 3. SCHMECK. GEORGE—Football, 2. 3. 4; Basket Ball, 1, 2; Operetta, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; President, 4; Orchestra, 1; Leadership Club, 4; "A" Club. 3. 4. SCHOOLING, CLAYTON—Operetta. 1, 2. 3. 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Band, 2, 3; Senior Play, 4. Page TwentyCLASS OF 1938 McCauley, harry McDANIELS, ERMA -Operetta. 2; Glee Club, 2. McDOUGALL, MILDRED—Dropped out of school. McMILLAN. WILBUR—Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3. MARKULA, MAXINE—Mustang Club, 4; Annual Staff, 4; Editor, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, 3; Debate Squad, 2, 3; Librarian, 2, 3; Leadership Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 2; Sec- retary. 2; Press Club, 4; National Honor Society, 4; Quill and Scroll, 4. MARRON. JOE—Football. 1. 2. 3; Basket Ball. 1. 2. 3; Captain, 3; Glee Club. 4; Track, 3; Orchestra, 1, 2; Leadership Club, 4; "A" Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. MAYO. ERNEST LEE—Glee Club, 1; Track, 3. 4; Lead- ership Club, 4; National Honor Society, 4. MILLER, ELIZABELLE—Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4. MILLER. HARRY MILI NADIE 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 4; Librarian, 3; Office, 4. Operetta, 4; MILLER, SAM MONTIEL. DOROTHY—Typing Squad, 3. 4; Band, 3. 4. MOCfcftfcTGEOHGE A' Club. 2. 3. 4; Football. 1. 2. 3, 4; peretta, 4; Glee Club, 4; Track, 1, 2, Lead rs p Club. 4; Social Problems Club. 4. MOORE. LAURENCE—Mustang Club. 4; Argentian Staff. 2, 3, 4; Junior Play, 3; Orchestra, 1. 2, 3. 4; Band, 3; Leadership Club. 4; Vice-President, 4. NF.HER, MARY—Orchestra, 1, 2. 3. 4 NORTH. JIMMY—Football. 2, 3, 4; Art Club. 2. NORWOOD. VERNON—Operetta, 4; Glee Club, 4. OEHLERT. WILHMA—Argentian Staff. 2. 3. 4; Operetta. 3; Glee Club, 3; Girl Reserves, 1, 4. Page Nineteen CLASS OF 1938 STOKER. BILL--Tennis, 3, 4; Captain, 4; Leadership Club, 4; National Honor Society, 4. STRICKLAND, LAWRENCE STRICKLAND, LEWIS STUMPF. DOROTHY—Rosedale: Operetta, 1; Librarian. 2. STRUTZEL, JOSEPHINE—Basket Ball, 2; Glee Club. 3; Operetta, 3; Girl Reserves, 1. TABER, FAYE -Art Club. 2, 3; Girl Reserves, 1. TANNER, GAIL—Band, 1, 2. 3. TAYLOR, MARY FRANCES—International Relations Club, 4; Tennis, 1; Operetta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3, 4; Social Problems Club 4. THOMAS, J. D.—Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play, 3; Operetta, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. 4; Student Coun- cil, 1, 2; Cheer Leader, 2, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader, 1, 2; Leadership Club, 3, 4; Typing Squad, 4. THOMAS. FLOYD-Gym Leader, 1. 2. 3. THORNHILL. FOSTER—Football, 1. 2. 3; Art Club, 2; Mus- tang Club, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 2, 3; Glee Club, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4,- Gym Leader, 2, 3. YOUNG. EDGAR—Operetta. 3. 4 ,-Glee Club. 3. 4; Gym Leader, 4. VERGOT. MILDRED-Operetta. 3; Glee Club, 3; Leader- ship Club, 4. VERNON. HARLEY—Operetta, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club. 2, 3, 4; Leadership Club, 3. WATKINS, JOHN—Operetta, 3, 4; Glee Club. 3, 4. WEBSTER, MILTON—Mustang Club. 4; Operetta, 4; Glee Club. 4. WICKERSHAM, EARL—Band, 3, 4; Leadership Club, 4; Typing Squad, 4. WILHM, BILL—Football, 1; Mustang Club, 2, 3; Junior Play, 3; Track, 1; Cheer Leader, 2, 3; Typing Squad, 3, 4; Orchestra. 2, 3; Band, 1, 2; Leadership Club, 2, 3. .a Page Twenty TwoCLASS OF 1938 SECKINGER. ROBERT—Operetta. 3. 4; Glee Club 2 3. 4. SEGURA, ROBERT—Science Club, 4; Debate Squad, 4; Leadership Club, 4; National Honor Society, 4. SILLMAN. EVERETT—Football. 1; Tennis. 1; Track. 2, 3; Golf, 3; Gym Leader, 3; International Relations Club. 4. SIMONS. JUNE-Art Club. 1; Argentian Staff, 2. 3. 4; Girl Reserves, 4. SIMPSON, PHILLIP—Typing Squad. 4. SMALL. VIRGIL—Basket Ball. 2. 3; Glee Club. 4; Track, 4. SMITH, DOROTHY—Art Club. 3. 4; Leadership Club, 4; National Honor Society. 4. SMITH, EDWARD—Football. 3, 4; Mustang Club. 4; Bas- ket Ball, 2, 3; Argentian Staff. 2, 3, 4; Operetta, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 4; track, 2, 3. 4; Golf. 3; Gym Leader, 3. SMITH, MARY—Operetta. 2, 3, 4; Glee Club. 2. 3. 4. SMITH. OLIVE MAXINE -Operetta, 2. 3; Glee Club. 3, Girl Reserves, 1, 2. 3, 4; Band, 1; Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, 1, 2; Leadership Club. 4; Typing Squad, 4; National Honor Society, 4. SMITH, WILLIAM SMITH, NORMA—Central Junior: Student Council, 1; Girls' Athletic Association. 1. Argentine High School: Art Club. 2; Mustang Club, 4; Girl Reserves, 4; Librar- ian, 3. 4; Leadership Club, 4,- Girls' Athletic Associ- ation. 2 Xyping Squad, 4; National Honor Society, 4. o L fODGRASS. 73. 4; Glee Club. SNODGR 2. 3. 4. SODDERS, ED—Leadership Club, 4; Typing Squad, 4. SPENCER. CHARLES—Mustang Club, 4; Track. 2. 3, 4; Basket Ball, 3; "A" Club, 3, 4. STANLEY. EARL—Football. 2. 3; Press Club. 3. 4,- Presi- dent, 4; Argentian Staff. 2. 3, 4; Business Manager, 4,- Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Leadership Club, 4; National Honor Society. 4; Vice-President. STEPHENSON. PRICE—Basket Ball, 3, 4; Golf. 2. 3. 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4. STEWART. ANDREW—Alma High School: Football. 2. 3; Junior Play, 3; Operetta, 1; Glee Club, 1; Track. 1, 2. 3. Argentine High School: Football, 4; Track, 4; A Club, 4. Page Tv enty-OneCLASS OF 1939 The juniors entertained the seniors at the largest junior-senior banquet ever given in the history of the school. The junior class is composed of 227 members and is second largest class in school. Richard Mankin, president, has held this office for five consecu- tive years. Other officers are: Richard Burge, vice-president; Betty June Thoman, secretary; and Mary Jane Cartmill, treasurer. Two members of the Student Council are Betty Westfall, secretary; and Paul Gilles, vice-president. Page Twenty-Four First Row—C. Goodrick Coleman, Blair. Egor, Cartmill, Burr, Allison. Bod- ley, M. Goodrick, Carlson, Alumbauqh. Second Row—Flynn, Engle, Bass, Gibbs, Barrott, Coons, Carr, Fogelson, Arnold, Ellerman. Third Row—Burge, Bellman, DoMeyer, Cottrell, DoSpain, Brink, Chambers, Coxen. Fourth Row—Anderson, Chapin, Gomoz, Bodam, Copeland, Braswell, Allison, Baker, Gilles. Filth Row—Dupuy. Garcia. Gibbs. Flcotwood, Blasche, Clark, Bailey, Bon- der. Sixth Row—Eldridge, C. Fredericks, Bradbury, Bov lin, D. Fredericks. De- vriese, Eshnauer, Corbett, Albertson. Sevonth Row—Burke, Caster, Foster, Brewer, Burge, Cornelius Eighth Row—Dickinson, Fields, Cross- ley, Reynolds, Garrett, Crew, Lem- berger, Leslie. First Row—Ladenburacr, Lamb, Hardi- son. M. Goodrick, McMahon, McCurdy, Hoke, Johnston, Prather, Medina, Hut- ton. Second Row—Pollock, A. Paine, Heck- man, Madi, N. Payne, Gowor, Haoor- man, McCauloy, Laymen, Lundback. Third Row—Prosley, Leep, Peppers, Ninemire. Matthews, Lovell, Poston, Nietric, Lontz. Fourth Row—Rock, Neece, Loeb, Par- tonnar, Hultz, Markiewiz, McDonald, Locke, Haney. Fifth Row—Morris. Maxim, Jantzen, Mc- Graw, McGivorn. Mason, Mills. Morri- son. Sixth Row—Hutton. Landie. Leslie, Lcm- berget, Mayboll, Hughes, E. Reagan, Price. First Row -Roberts, Reynolds, Scott, Wells, Wilkes, Stump!, Reed, McMil- lian, Stignall, Roman, Velasquez. Second Row—Teegarden, Waters, Sell- ers, Small, Stephenson, Moyer, A. Smith, Scovill, L. Simpson, Wendt. Third Row—A. Smith, B. J. Smith. Terry, Strong. Southerland. Vanderwell, B. Simpson, Wiseman, Westfall. Fourth Row—Tipton, Schiebel, McGee, Bodam, Wire, Risner, Weaver. Eiman, Rodriquez. Fifth Row—Williams, Rock. Wentling, Ritter, Rice, Sauer, Sparks, Stapp. Sixth Row—Scott. Wright. Schooling, Ramsey, Wtntcrstoen, Sarras. Vargas, Tush, Sowell. Seventh Row—Thoman, Reagan, Rey- nolds, D. Schiebel, Richey, C. Smith, Webb. Woolard. Eighth Row—Stanley, Thorp, Spears, Curran.CLASS OF 1938 WILSON. LILLIAN—John Marshall High School: Art Club, 1; Glee Club, 1; Girl Reserves, 1; Class Officer: Secretary, 1. Argentine High School: Girl Reserves, 4; Social Problems Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 3. WING. LESLIE—Press Club, 3 ,4; Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4; Editor, 4; Quill and Scroll, 3, 4; Band, 1, 2, 3, 4; Leadership Club, 4; National Honor Society, 4. WOODHEAD, FERN—Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Numeral Club, 2, 3, 4; Gym Leader, 2, 3; Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket Ball, 2, 3. WOOLERY. CLARICE—Junior Play, 3; Basket Ball, 1. 2. 3; Argentian Staff, 2 ,3, 4; Operetta, 3; Glee Club, 3; Gym Leader. 3; Leadership Club, 4; Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, 1, 2, 3. 4. WORTHINGTON. LAWRENCE—Art Club. 2, 3. 4; Gym Leader, 2. WORTHINGTON. FLORENCE—Operetta, 3. 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Girls' Athletic Association, 2. SENIORS WITH NO PICTURES BARNES. JACK DARK, CLYDE HARRIS. LOUIS NOVICK. WILLIE—Gym Leader, 3; Leadership Club. 4. CLINE, CATHERINE—Glee Club. 2. EASTER. WANDA—Operetta, 3, 4; Giee Club, 3, 4; Girl Reserves, 3. LANDIE, MARTIN SPALDING. HUBERT COOPER. JAKE GRESS. MARCELLA—Mustang Club, 4; Operetta, 2, 3; Glee Club. 2. 3; Girl Reserves, 2; Typing Squad, 3, 4 WESTERDALE. WILLIAM—Social Problems Club, 1; President, 4; International Relations Club, 4. WEBER, BOB—Ottawa High School, Ottawa, Kansas: Band, 1, 2; Orchestra, 1, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2; Operetta. 1, 2; Hi-Y, 1. 2. Shawnee Mission High School: Jun- ior Play, 3; Hi-Y. 3; Glee Club, 3; Band, 3; Orchestra. 3; Tennis. 3. Argentine High School: International Rela- tions Club, 4; Glee Club. 4; Operetta, 4; Band, 4. Page Twenty-ThreeCLASS OF 1940 Following the trend of vocational education students of C. E. Swender's classes secured interviews from persons engaged in the line of work in which they were interested. Accounts of the interviews were compiled in "Career Notebooks" by individual pupils. A sophomore football team, coached by C. E. Swender, sponsor of the class, entered competition with sophomore teams of the city. Faye Doyle and Clifford Jeffries, members of the class, played on the basket ball first team. Ralph Childs, a two letter man in football, held a regular position on the first team, playing tackle. According to Coach Swender, these sophomores, in view of their performances this year, are promising candidates for next year's track squad: George McCurdy, Buddy Bell, and Robert Briscoe, sprinters; Robert Kane, hurdler; Lawrence Burns, pole vaulter; Faye Doyle, high jumper; and Bill Davis, half-miler. Sophomore members of this year's tennis team were: Bill Stubbs, Kenneth Cromwell, Howard Smith, R. J. Atkinson, Bob Lovelace, and Eugene Parcell. First Row—Potzold, OdI. Nash, Max- well, Mastelletto, Reed, Rice, Martinez, E. McMillen, C. McMillen, Raddigan. Second Row—Lynn, Rangel, Esther Mock, C. Maxim, Edith Mock, Marquez, Howard, Lovelace, Lynn, Pappas. Third Row—Liston, Martin, McGivorn, Lundbcrg, McKisick, E. Lynn, Perkins, A. Lona. Parcell, Moore. Fourth Row—Miller, Neher, Peak, Lonq, McLeod, Maddox, Penny, Roller, Mc- Cormick. Fifth Row—Mitchell. Robinson, McGhan, Monroe, Paxton, Moore, Nevins, Mc- Henry. Sixth Row—Tucker. Raddiqan, Oehlert, Ramsey, Marvino, Meqinn, Renegar. First Row-Wade, Simons, Van Driesch, Vergouven, Toencoachn, Long, Stew- art, Shirley, Tisdel, I. Smith, Stephan, Normilo. Second Row—Zanatta, Vargas, Sudduth, Wendt, Willard, Millhouse, Rock, Puck- ett, Westerdale, Vargas. Third Row—Stewart, Warner, Vernon, Summers, Vest, Slaughter. Shutt, Win- ningham, Windlo. Watkins. Fourth Row—G. Smith. Curran. Weber, Scott, Mairs, Wators, B. Smith. Wilson. Spencer. Fifth Row—Liebig, Canterbury. Tush, Shartran, H. Smith, Stubbs, Sewell, Sav- age. B. Summors. Sixth Row—McClanahan, 'E. Spears, J. Sandors, Iones, Weber. Van Mol, South, Wohlford. Seventh Row—Whitely. I. Speer, Mc- Cray, Swinehart, Todd. Spencer, Mc- Curdy, C. Maxim. Vassar. Eighth Row—B. Saunders. W. Smith, Tibbitt, Reyes, Payne, Tabberer. Page Twenty-Six -T ■CLASS OF 1940 For the fifth consecutive year, the sophomore class was the largest in school, having an enrollment of 275 students. The officers of the class: Howard Smith, president, Harold Cook, vice-president, Jimmy Aiman, secretary, George McCurdy, treas- urer; Donald Liston, cheer leader. Emma Lou Wendt and Jack Ramsey were representatives of the sophomore class in the Student Council. These sophomores represented the class in the Leadership Club: Ralph Childs, Harold Cook, Joe Cook, Lenore Hoke, Donald Liston, Betty Perkins, Jack Ramsey, Howard Smith, Ruth Spencer, Ray- mond Tabberer, Emma Lou Wendt, and Jimmy Aiman. Major social activities of the class consisted of the Sophomore Skid, in the late fall, and a picnic in the spring. The group was awarded second prize in the third annual stunt assembly program. Novel entertainment, consisting of a German band and a "Big Apple" dance interpretation, composed the skit. First Row—K. Cromwell, Cassidy. N. Duggins, Berry. Carpenter. B. Duagins, Baker, L. Cook, Chandler, Do Lccrsny- der, Sebo. Second Row—Dillon. Darnell, H. Cook, Dickerson, Ayalla, Clark, G. Bruce, Babcock, Bonnott. Third Row—Arnold, Bucfcman, Bowzer, Coxen, Casey, Bottum, E. Bruce, Dnit , Burr. Fourth Row—G Brown. Alexander, Copoland, Aiman, Cerovich, E. Crew, Ashley, Eileen Crew. Denys. Fifth Row—Debasno, Coons, Boll, J. Cook, Becker, Corrlston, Atwood. Arm- strong. Sixth Row—Huden, Briscoe, Connor, Benlon, Barnes, M. Bruce, Davis. Seventh Row—Hayden, Adamson, An- son, Burns, J. D. Cook. Bailey, Browor. Eighth Row—Doyle, Childs, R. J. At- kinson. First Row -E. Lewis, Tones, Hull, Evans, V. Johnston, Larson. E. Gutierrez, Har- rity, Haney, Keith, Holthouse. Second Row—Hays, Griffith. M. Hogan. Knowles, C. Lewis, Leake, Foster. Hark- ness, C. Harris. Third Row—Forrester. R. Harris, Holmes, Gower, O. Guticrre:, Erter, M. Heil- man, L. Heitman, Holm. Fourth Row—M. leffries, Holtman, Lee, Elliott, Cuttler, Laird. Jayme, Hills. Fifth Row—E. Hogan. Kissinger, Fox. Ellsworth, Erie, Fudge, Lawson, Inger- son, Kallaras. Sixth Row—Kane, Fuller. Ferreira. Lad- onburger, G. Johnston, G. Fisher. V . Johnston, C. Jeffries, Fisher. A. Har- ris, Ketchum. Page Twenty-FiveCLASS OF 1942 The eighth grade, with 163 students, had many varied activities. Donald Giles represented the class in the Student Council, and was treasurer of the junior high Leadership Club. The class was represented in the Leadership Club by Glen Barr, Betty Lou Schooling, Dorothy Cromwell, and Alice Rose Shankland. Eighth grade students furnished much talent for school events. Emma Jewel Craig, Betty Lou Schooling, and Jean Louise Atkin- son were members of a tap dancing team that appeared in the Parent-Teacher Association minstrel show. The class officers were: Glen Barr, president; Alice Rose Shank- land, vice-president; Dorothy Cromwell, secretary; and Betty Lou Schooling, treasurer. Page Twenty-Eight First Row—Ashlock, Anderson. Boau- mont, Davis, Beton, Craig, M. Brad- bury. Duggins, Barr, Hale, Cromwell. Socond Row—Alumbaugh, Cox. Car roll, Blasche, Crano, Brink, Casey, Crossloy, Briggs, Brown. Third Row—Chambers. Agee, Brower, Becker, Ackers, Rasmussen, Caudron, Berkely, Docker. Fourth Row—Chase, Billups. Albertson. Brown, Cunningham, Bromley, Atkinson, Crocker. Filth Row—Burns. Coons, Clay, Beth. Dodds, Crowder, Daniels. Sixth Row—Bonodict, Bass, Adamson, Chase, Carter, B-uns, Curnette. First Row—Haines, Hoover, Johns, In- grahan, Ludwig, Goarhardt, E. Fisher, R. Moore, Jarman, King, E. Fisher Layman. Second Row—Lovelace, R. Moore. C. Jones, Epport, Madison, Gardener, C. Lewis, Hopkins, F. Lewis. Third Row—Follett, Tush, Haag, Mc- Leod, Fredericks. Lasiter, Hays. Fourth Row—Evans, D Fisher, Harris. Mock, Leonard, Laird, Martinoz, Hoover. Gillcs. Filth Row—Clay, H. Miller, Chambors, Landis, Curnutte, McDougall, Hale, Hutchison, Gibson, Favrow, Meeker. Sixth Row—Hall. Lomberger, Holtman, Landis, Cartor, Fenske, Bruns, Krause, Chase. Firs. Row—Weaver, M. Rogers, Schie bel, Tilden, Shupp, Robinson, Wiseman R. Rogors, Teegardon, Speers, Winter stoen, Williams. Second Row—Newport, Storling, Shoaf Schrader. N. Peterson, Snodgrass, Ulm Patton, V arnor, Schmidt, Warrington Third Row—North. Webster. Sellers Riley, Pooker, Schooling, Stott, Schwitz gebel, Robinson. Fourth Row—Warren, Toms. Pierce Townsend. Woolworth, Wickersham Southerland. Studdard. Filth Row—Rutledgo, Overby, Watkins Payne, Yates, Timmerman. Slice, Simp son. Sixth Row—Terry. Wright, Porter, Pur- inton, A. Peterson. .g BnaaoB f I CLASS OF 1941 The freshman class this year had an enrollment of 189 students, consisting of 78 girls and 111 boys. This is the fourth largest class in the school. Class officers were: Billy Brazier, president; Doris Green, vice- president; Grace Berns, secretary; and Lenore Hoke, treasurer. This class also had several students who were engaged in other activities. Martha Jenkins was president of the Campfire Girls, Jack Bouse was representative in the Student Council, Doris Green was elected president of the junior high Leadership Club, Laurel Coats was president of the junior high Girl Reserves. Bob Terry was a member of the track team and also of the second team in basket ball, Billy Brazier won first place in the trumpet solo at Pittsburg, Lenore Hoke was president of the Waterbugs, Mike Amayo reached the finals in the Golden Gloves. First Row—Lynch, Favours, Barnett, Aiman, Engle, G. Berns, Bader, Cow- perthwait, Gregg, Couch, Brazier, L. Berns. Second Row—Forrester, Grim, Beau- mont, Adams, Bird, 3arnos, Gregory. Garrott, Dotson, Fields. Third Row—Cobble. Green, DeSucre, Breeso, Beach, Card, Cottrell, Beasley, Baker. Fourth Row -Greenwood. Cross, Clev- enger, Ferreira, Coats, Evans, Brink. Beard, Brady. Fifth Row—Ayrault, Diaz. Dovle. Chism, Eversole, Barrett, Cartmill, Duke. Seventh Row—Brauner, Cleaver, Bouse, Corbett, Condron, Barr, Bustamante, Browne. First Row—V. Moore, Littlefield. Hage- mann, E. Hodges. P. Hoover, J. Moore, Hernandez, McGhan, Maddox, McCrary. Second Row — Payton, McDonald, Michel, Landrey, M. Morlan, Meyer, IOropoza, Messinaer, Maybell. Third Row—McMullen, Payne, Jenklr.8, Hoke, Lambie, Laymen, Magnenat, E. Johnston, Kittcrman. Fourth Row—Parsons, Mahr, Kaup, Montiel, Hawver, Lieghtlc, Lunday, Lusher, Hontz. Fifth Row—Morgan, Mankin, Harris, Manion, Pacheco, Patrick. Meyers. John- ston. Sixth Row—Hall, Kent, Mendez, Jamie, Howell. Hahncr, E. Morlan. Seventh Row—M. Cray, McDermott, Olson, Hughes. First Row—Salazar. Rice, Wollard, D. Shupp, Purinton, Wilkes, V ilhm, Van Buskirk, Perkins, Sterner. Second Row—Stoker, Summers, Smith, Smcltzer, Vogel, Sctiradcr, L. Shupp, Vaughn, Schierbaum, Whitoly. Third Row—Wagner, Strong, Terry, Regan, Morlan, Roller, Reed, Swift. Fifth Row—Wildmar-., Poletis, Wade, Turner, Samuel, Stevenson, Tiner,' Simons. Sixth Row—Russell. Spalding. Steven- son, Spengler, D. Smith, Taber. Seventh Row--Kelso. Robertson. G. Stevenson, B. Purinton, Pena. Page Twenty-Seven a Uppor Row: Left, Student Council; upper center, Spanish Club; lower center, Boys' "A" Club; right, Girl Roserves. Middle Row: Left, Foods Class; right. Clothing Class. Lowor Row: Left, Campfire Girls; upper center. Quill and Scroll; lower center. Class Presidents; right. Leadership Club. CLASS OF 1943 As a special feature of the seventh grade this year an assembly has been given each six weeks. The assemblies, chiefly of musical numbers were presented by seventh grade students only. At the end of the first semester, girls taking half-year courses in clothing and cooking changed to chorus, and chorus students changed to the homemaking subjects. The boys took half-year courses in woodwork and chorus. The 170 members of the class elected Jerry Moore, president; Bud Cassidy, vice-president; Duane Sparks, treasurer; Hazel Evans, cheer leader. First Row—Gallup. Horst. James, Jeff ries, Kern, Gift, Halo, Huyck, Haus Gorsuch, Lemberger. Second Row—D. Miller, Hahnor, Me Ghan, Green, McLaughlin, Loob, Kern per, D. Moore, A. Jones, Hoover. Third Row—Griffith. Mossinger. Me Henry, Long, B. Miller, Glass, Gelvin Mairs, Matton, Hark. Fourth Row—Harris, Holwick, Borders V. Hontz, Hays, H.att, Gravatt, P. Jones Fifth Row—Mclntire, Morgan, J. Jeffries Hutson, Schuchmann, Hontz. Lantz, Mor rison. Sixth Row—McFar'.ana, Matthews, Gar rett, Hogan, Keating. First Row—Eckard, Carbaugh. Camo- bell, Dcrrington. Browne, Franks. Ev- ans, Atwood, Bruns, Belk, Boydston, Dickerson. Socond Row—B. Fisher, L. Arnold. Fer- guson, Evans, Dospain, Fanning, Fitch, Bernitz, E. Arnold, Baste!. Third Row—Crawford. Cassidy, Bod- ham, Crow, Brown, Herrick, Curran, Collar, Beaumont. Fourth Row—Comley. Feagans, Atch- ley, Doyle, Markula, Moore, Castleman, Grim, Jarvis, Bruce. Fifth Row—R. Fisher, Connor, Brunk, Curnutle, Mercer, Clarke. First Row—Singleton, Perkins, Yates, Spencer, Sparks, Scarlett, Norwood, N. Smith, Webb, Russell, Schierbaum, Stigall. Second Row—Stinson. Van Horn, C. Smith, Keith, Warner, Winchell, Salmon, Shutt, Westfall. Peek. Third Row—Teel, Sctiucnmann, Puah, Taylor, Rawlings, Petzold, Reynolds, Ritter, Riggs, Perry. Fourth Row -Rangel, Standish, R. Smith, Tush, Worsham, Tyler, Swinncy, Odle, Wolfrom. Fifth Row—Stewart, J. Smith, Phipps, Winn, Spengler, A. M. Smith. Woolcry, Stewart, Ramirez. M. L. Smith. Page Twenty-NineLEADERSHIP CLUB The Leadership Club has turned over its second annual page in the history of Argentine High School. The club is composed of class presidents, the upper twenty-five per cent of the senior class, club officers, athletic captains, home room chairmen, and the editors and business managers of school publications. It is through this group that the accomplishments of the club are car- ried to the students. The object of the club, which is sponsored by J. C. Harmon, prin- cipal, is to unify the activities of the school and to touch on the phases of social and moral guidance that the school does not reach otherwise. In an effort to dispel an attitude of indifference toward higher education, prevalent among high school students, explanatory material was presented and discussions were con- ducted on phases of educational continuation. This year the club presented several radio programs and the junior high Leadership group took part in the annual stunt program. The club officers are: Donald Fuller, president; Laurence Moore, vice-president; and Clay Payne, secretary. First Row—Schooling, Ferguson, Til- don, Sparks, Brazior, Perkins, Barr, Davis. Norwood, ). Moore, Cromwell. Second Row—D. Gilles, Long, Cassidy, Stico. Grcon, Hoke, M. Jenkins, Vaughn, Woolworth, Brown. Third Row—Westfall, Cartmill, B. Per- kins, J. D. Cook, H. Cook, Morgan, Smith, Spencer, Wendt. r Fourth Row—Mankin, J. Cook, P. Gilles, Burge, Schiebel, Small, Sellers, Aiman. Filth Row—J. C. Harmon, sponsor; Wcntling. Thoman, Ramsey. Morrison, Tabberer. First Row—Lloyd, Buckley, Bruner. Buf lington, D. Smith. Davis, Larson, Ver got, Woolery. Crawford, Hardison. Second Row—King, Kallaras, Boris Lemberger, O. Smith, Donys, Perkins Easley, Pookor, Griffin. ----- Third Row—Crow, Epport, Rose, Beadle Burns, Stroker, Mayor. Markula, Huff. Fourth Row—Segura, Drake. Broom field, Hodges, Boton, Harris, N. Smith Payne, Roberts. Filth Row—G. Mooro, Schmeck, Stan ley. Wing, L. Moore, Duggins, Bick noil. Sixth Row—Pountain, Anderson. Har mon. Brown, Thomas, Hammer, Fuller Sodders. Sovonth Row—Arnold, Jenkins. Page Thirty-TwoACTIVITIES mo- V§LtZ a-THIRD YEAR JOURNALISM The first six-page issue of the Argentian to be distributed on the first day of school was the result of the efforts of the third year journalism class, this year. During the year an attempt was made to index the important stories which have appeared in issues of the paper, and also to make an alphabetical list of all graduates. These will be put into a card file, to enable future staffs to secure facts more easily. Three six-page papers were issued during the year. In the Quill and Scroll group contests, the Argentian had one national winner. Jewel Huff, who received a gold key; and eight sectional awards. Winners were: John Broomfield, Dorothy Beton, Earl Stanley, Dayton Jenkins, Lois Burns, Bill Presley, Mary Eliza- beth Boris, and Maxine Markula. The Columbia Scholastic Press Association rewarded the work of the class with a medalist rating. ART CLUB This year, the Art Club, which is made up of advanced art stu- dents, has had the privilege of seeing exhibits from the Mastalgio Studio in New York, a studio noted for original textile patterns. Dorothy Smith won the scholarship of twenty-four free lessons offered by the Midwestern Art Gallery. The class has sponsored exhibits at various school affairs, and displayed work at libraries. First Row—Stanley, Wing, Markula, Woolery, Moore. Socond Row—Aderholt. Gould. Saun- ders, Simon, Beton, Smith, Hodges, Loop. Third Row—Carroll, Anderson, Barton, Oehlert. Kallaras, Hammer, Lloyd, Har- mon, Folsom, Boris. Fourth Row—Burch. Harkins. Fullor, Broomfield, Arnold, Burns. Pooler, Rob- erts. Huff. Harris, Hoover, Jenkins, Buckley, King, Miss Frances Taylor, instructor. First Row—Adams. Hoover, Duggins, McMillen. Beaumont, Babcock, Webb, Purinton, Dwight, Stumpf. Socond Row—Locke, W. Smith, Rice, L. Terry, R. Roller, Saillcr, Lentz, Davis, Turner. Third Row—Hawver, R. Terry, Lunberg, Summers, Coxen, D. Smith, Doolittle, Borton. Fourth Row—Rodriguez. Fredericks. Al- bertson. Worthington, Miss Maud Hew- itt, instructor; Stumpf, G. Roller. Page Thirty-Four r STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council is organized for the purpose of studying and solving the school problems which arise throughout the year. This year the club sponsored the annual stunt night program from which the fund raised goes toward buying musical instruments. These committees were appointed to study school problems: interschool, auditorium, out-of-doors, halls and safety. JUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY Two hundred forty-five students have been members of the Junior High Honor Society in the five years of its existence. Fifty-three of these pupils belonged this year. The students are chosen by the teachers of the junior high school on a basis of the following points: scholarship, leadership, service to the school, and character. Each student in the society receives a letter the first year he is a member, Ond a chevron each succeeding year. j First Row—Ferguson, Westfall, Huff, president; Perkins. Socond Row—Wendt, D. Gilles, P. Gil- les. Third Row—Ramsey, J. C. Harmon, prin- cipal; Bouse. First Row—S'.uddard, Blasche, Aiman, Crano, Hopkins, VanBuskirk, Brazier, Perkins. Beemont, Cromwell. Socond Row—Hoke, Groen, Vaughn, Crocker. Gardner, Brady, Martinez, Shupp, Vargas. Third Row—Mock, Grim, Shankland, Payne. Gilles, Atkinson, Lambic, Wendt, Perkins. Fourth Row—Arnold, Ayrault, Dicker- son, Cook, H. Smith, Maddox, Hark- noss. Hoover. Fifth Row—Bouse, Ramsey. Tabberer, Corbett, Copeland, Parcel!, Aiman, B. Smith, Long. Page Thirty-Three i BOYS' AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUBS The enrollment of the combined Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs was eighty-eight this year, larger than that of any previous class at Argentine. An operetta entitled, "Ohl Doctor,'' was presented March 3 and 4. Those persons who took the leading roles were: Mary Smith, Betty Jane Westfall, J. D. Thomas, and George Schmeck. The rest of the cast consisted of Norma Paine, Nadine Miller, Jewel Huff, Mary Jane Coleman, Eleanor Harris, Harold Peppers, Ervel Cleaver, Robert Beck, Bill Leep, Alan Brown, George Moore, Milton Webster, and Robert Blythe. The proceeds from this presentation were given to the music department. The officers of the Glee Clubs were: Girls'; Carol Crawford, presi- dent; Mary Smith, vice-president; Mary Jane Cartmill, secretary- treasurer, and Eleanor Harris and Kathleen Hughes, librarians. Boys'; George Schmeck, president; Bill Leep, vice-president, Ervel Cleaver, secretary-treasurer, and Alan Brown and Edgar Young, librarians. First Row—Cowperthwait, Coons, Tay- lor. Evans, Harris, Westfall, Miss Mona Walter, sponsor; Hughes, Ramsey, Blair, N. Miller, Kotchum. Socond Row - Gibbs, Guengerich, Crossley, Engle, Davis, Poston, Cartmill, Huff, Bristow, Burch, Buckley. Third Row—Worthington, Paine, Bailey. Burr, Waters, Crawford, Simpson, Cole- man, Madl, Brewer, Bradbury. Fourth Row—Eastor, Ashlock, Long, Habcrman. Kent, Ricney, B. Smith, Mav- bell, M. Smith, Reagan, Thoman, E. Cowperthwait. First Row—Miss Mona Waltor, spon sor; Snodgrass, Young, Reagan, Small Doris Roberts, piunlst; Leep, Thomas Schmeck, Norwood. Second Row—McMillian, Butler, Sarras Easley, Schooling, Cleaver, Blythe Webster, Vernon, McGivern. Third Row—Dickinson, DeMuynck, Seek inger. Martinez, Sowell, Peppers, Mar ron, Stapp, Beck. Fourth Row—Bradbury. Atkinson, Thorn hill. Brown, Horton, Cam, Lemberger Moore, Favrow. Page Thirty-SixTYPING SQUAD The Typing Squad consisted of thirty-five first and second year students this year. The team entered both the first and second year divisions of the ninth consecutive Kansan Trophey contest held for high schools in this district. Teams were also entered in the Pittsburg typing contest, including one first year student and two second year students. SPEECH CLASS Members of the Speech Class made talks during the Community Chest campaign, again this year. They also conducted several student forums in assemblies. The purpose of the class was not to make finished platform speakers but to eliminate self-consciousness, to establish self- confidence, and to develop the ability to think on one's feet. No formal debates were entered, but the class had several panel debates with schools in this part of the state. These panel debates discussed the question of unicameralism vs. bicameralism. First Row—Roberts. Simpson, Eerkins, Burns, Monteil, Pooler, Griftin, Grow - ford. Second Row—Rose. Beadle, Kallaras. Boris, Richey, Buffington, Smith. Third Row -Thomas, Hulls, Partonnar, Sellers, Southerland, Eiman. Eppert. Fourth Row—Postcn, Ada Payne, Small, Gross, Badokcr, Beaird, Corbett. Fifth Row—Wentilng, Harmon. G. C. Brink, sponsor; Wilhm, Cleaver, Lem- burger. First Row—Strutzel, Woolery, Payne. Lloyd, Davis, D. Smith, Madl, Hoke, Hardison. Socond Row—Bruns, Duggins, Jones, Anderson, Bristow, Kallaras, Eiman, N. Miller, Easley. Third Row—J. C. Shanfclar.d. instructor; Pountain, Horst, Scckingor, Broomfield, Bollman, Segura, Weaver. Fourth Row—E. Smith. Bicknell. S- Mil- ler, Jenkins, Fuller, Arnold. ■ Page Thirty-FivePARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION A Mothers' Chorus, composed of forty members, was a new insti- tution this year in the Parent-Teacher Association. Organized primarily to interest inactive members in some project, a chorus was under the direction of Mrs. Madeline Higginbotham. Mrs. C. C. Schooling was president of the organization this year, and during her administration, the association received the rank- ing of a standard association, announced at the state convention. Requisites for the rating of one-hundred per cent are: Membership, attendance, activities, publicity, program and study groups. Other projects under the auspices of the association were mutual help work, student health examinations, visiting day, and the third annual minstrel. A Band Boosters' Club, organized by mothers of band students and prospective band students, promoted activities of the band, and sponsored a series of benefit performances to secure funds for new uniforms. The officers elect of the association for 1938-39, are: Mrs. Leroy Arnold, president; Mrs. W. G. Hagemann, first vice-president; Mrs. O. Z. Lassiter, second vice-president; Mrs. T. M. Long, secre- tary; and Mrs. C. W. Bouse, treasurer. Page Thirty-EightBAND AND ORCHESTRA For the past three years one of the big projects of the school has been to increase the size of the music department. This year the band and orchestra, under the direction of H. J. Mould, presented two concerts which were open to the public. The third annual stunt program was given and the money received went toward purchasing new musical instruments. A new brass horn and bass violin were added this year. Mothers of band members and of students who plan to take band next year organized a Mothers' Club to create interest in music and to decide on new uniforms. The feature attraction in the way of music programs was the assembly given by the University of Kansas band. This band is composed of ninety members and at the close of the program Mr. Mould was given the opportunity of directing a number. The Mustang Pep Band, inaugurated last year by Mr. Mould, pro- vided entertainment at all home basket ball games and appeared once at Wyandotte. The pep band was composed of twenty-five members, selected from the school band. First Row—Ramsey, J. Spears, Jantzon, C. Stanley, F. Jones, L. Cook. Second Row—Parcell, McLeod. Layman, Maddox. V ing, Chambers, Fleetwood, Shupp, Castor. McCray, Fuller, Stubbs. Third Row—H. Smith, Stevenson, Schie- bel, Lovelace, Aiman, Thomas, Cope- land, Hills, Leslie, Perkins, H. Cook, Landrv, Wickersham, Simpson, Card, Sandcls. Fourth Row—Sauers, J. Cook, Dickor- son, Davis, P. Stophonson. Swinehart, E. Stanley, Samuel, Beard, Liston, Mahr, Bruns, whitcly, B. McHenry. Lynn, H. McHenry, Prosloy, Bouse, Woolard, Hammer, Bicknell, Cerovich, Prather. Fifth Row—Brazier, Sparks, Hodges, Dupuy, Reynolds. First Row—Lemberger, Cottrell, Crom- well, Lee, Cratg, Hoke, Marquis, Ayrault, Jones. Aiman. Second Row — Bellman. V oodhcad, Schooling, Todd. Coates, Savage, Hills, Reynolds, Moore, Garret, Lambie, Bruns, Dupuy. Third Row—Bass, Jeffries, Gibbs, Long, Kanan, Grim, Eppert, Gearheart, Sparks, V hitely, Barnes, Bicknell, Ham- mor. Mock, Burr, Sandels. Page Thirty-Seven  l'f- 1-il Apprentice Group Campfire Group Shorthand Club Social Problems Club Student Council Girl Reserves Spanish Club International Relations Club Mustang Club Officers Science Club Press Club Hobby Club SM9?NEW ACTIVITIES CLUBS Outgrowths of numerous departmental subjects, five new clubs of a varied nature were added this year to the list of extra-cur- ricular activities offered students in the school. With the inauguration of two subjects this year, social problems and international relations, clubs of the same names were organ- ized by P. E. Cowan. Headed by Jack Bellman, the International Relations Club consisted of fifteen members who met once a month at their homes. Other officers were: Wayne Arnold, vice- president, and Roberta Bruner, secretary. Among the topics dis- cussed were: Present Day Problems, Internal Problems of Differ- ent Nations, A Study of the "Isms" of the World, The Attitude of the United States Toward the Foreign Situation, and A Compari- son of Economic Conditions in 1914 and 1938. A companion organization, the Social Problems Club, also dealt principally with discussion topics such as Current Social-Eco- nomic Problems, Capitalism, Crime, Youth Education, Inter- Racial Problems and Marriage Personality Adjustments. Meet- ing once a month, the club had fifteen members, supervised by P. E. Cowan. The officers: William Westerdale, president; Billy Barnes, vice-president; and Irene Alumbaugh, secretary. First year Spanish students met every two weeks during the year, under the sponsorship of Miss Henrietta Conrad. Reports on cus- toms of Spanish speaking countries, learning Spanish music, and serving Spanish and Mexican food comprised the versatile pro- grams of the club. An effort was made to stimulate an interest in the study of Spanish. The officers: Eufemia Rodriguez, president; Ambrose Vargas, vice-president; and Lucy Gomez, secretary. The Science Club consisted of eight active members who were particularly interested in scientific endeavor, and were enrolled in physics, chemistry, or biology. Meetings were scheduled throughout the year, when a project had been perfected and was ready for presentation. N. F. Shell and F. S. Hoover sponsored the club. There were no officers. "The object of the Hobby Club was to interest junior high school boys in some industrial arts craft, and to help the younger boys spend their leisure time by doing something in which they are interested," said Paul G. Hausman, industrial arts instructor and sponsor of the Hobby Club. Meeting every Wednesday afternoon in the metal shop, students worked on any craft which they wished, including metal etching, jig sawing, and wood burning. Officers were: Ivan Davis, president; Herbert Hoover, vice-presi- dent; and Gene Holwick, secretary-treasurer. Page Thirty-Mine ■MUSTANG CLUB This year the Mustang Club, the pep organization, had its largest membership with 75 members. A new idea for membership was tried this year. A membership committee selected fifteen members from the senior class besides the thirty who were voted in. These students were chosen because of their service to the school. The officers for the year were: Margaret Harmon, president; Richard Mankin, vice-president; Mary Jane Cartmill, secretary; Mary Elizabeth Burch, treasurer; Betty Easley, Eleanor Small, J. D. Thomas, and Donald Liston, cheer leaders. TRACK For the first time in several years, Argentine competed in a track meet on home ground. The new quarter-mile cinder track on the hill was used to great advantage. Clay Payne was track captain. As a feature of the 1937 Argentine track season, Jack Buckman, star all-around athlete, climaxed his high school athletic career, eclipsing many records in the high jump and ultimately receiving the all-American Scholastic high jump rating. Captain Richard Lee was outstanding in the quarter mile run. Argentine finished fourth in the Northeast Kansas League, third in the Regional meet, and sent two representatives to the State meet. First Row—Boris, Lloyd, W. Davis, Easley, Crawford. Bailey, Burr, Mar- tinez, McMillen, Hardison. Second Row—Cartmill, Carroll, Huff, Markula, Lovelace, Gould, Bristow, Burch, Perkins. N. Duggins. Third Row—V. Kina, N. Miller, P. Kal- laras. Sellers, 3uckman, Westfall, Wise- man. Ladorburger, Blair, Liston. Fourth Row—Hughes, Maybell. Hodges, Aderholt. Rose, C. Arnold, Anderson, Small, Gross. Fifth Row—Broomfield, Barnes, Winter- steen. Hammer, B. Dugains, Miss Fran- ces Bates, sponsor; McCurdy, Harmon, Smith, Roberts. Sixth Row—Spencer, Webster, Mankin, Phillips, A. Leep, Sparks, B. Leep, Dupuy, W. Arnold, Tipton, Tabbcrer, B. Davis, Moore, Brunner, Schiebel, Payne, Pountain, Smith. Sovonth Row—Butler, C. Atkinson, Fuller, Thornhill, Jenkins, R. J. Atkin- son, H. King, Thomas, Lavin, Thorp. First Row—D. Brown, Schmeck, Mc- Curdy, Tush, Sparks, Burns, Mayo, Braswell. Socond Row—Jenkins, Spencer, Schie- bel, A. Loop, Bellman, Dyerson, Beck, Cleaver. Third Row—Wobcr, Doze. Favrow, Payne, captain; Pounratn, Smith, Cor- nelius. Fourth Row—Herring, Mankin, Gilles, Moore, B. Leep, Fredericks, Bowlin, Davis. Fifth Row -Thorp, Butler, Thornhill, Doyle, Jeffries, Childs, Curran. Sixth Row—A. Brown, Atkinson, C. E. Swender, coach; Browor. Page Forty-Two v ArtfernFOOTBALL LETTERMEN JAMES POUNTAIN—(Halfback) was captain of the team, earned his second letter, and was one of the hardest hitting backs in the league. HERBERT CURRAN—(Tackle) one of the largest men on the team, made his first letter this year. He should develop into a fast, hard charging lineman next year. He is a junior. JUNIOR JAMESON—(Halfback) a junior, was one of the strongest men on the team. An excellent line backer, he returns next year and will be one of the mainstays of the team. BILL LEEP—(Guard) was a good defensive player with pep conducive to lifting the morale of the team. He will be lost through graduation. CLAY PAYNE—(Guard) was one of the lightest iaen on the team, but he had plenty of fight and spirit. This is his last year. ANDREW STEWART—(Guard), although one of the smaller players on the team, developed into a fine player with much grit and fight. He is a senior. BILL BUTLER—(Center) a senior, was an accurate passer, a good pass defense man and line backer. Butler made his second letter this year. EARL DOZE—(Halfback) a senior, was one of the fastest men on the team. He made his first letter this year. DAYTON JENKINS—(Quarterback) called signals for the Mustangs for three years. A fast, shifty man, he was a good broken field runner. He earned his third letter this year. He Will' graduate. GEORG MOORE I dJlmade hishrst letter this fasffnSrd playeiyHe graauates. ROBERT PLOUGH—(End) a senior, coupled with Harley King in an excellent passing combination. He received his first letter this year. RALPH CHILDS- (Tackle) was a hard blocker and a vicious tackier. He was the only sophomore to receive a letter. He will be back next year. WALTER FAVROW—(Tackle) was an excellent line- man, acting as line captain. He earned his second letter this year. He will be lost through graduation. HARLEY KING—(Fullback) an excellent passer and ground gainer, King lettered two years. He will graduate. JIMMY NORTH—(Quarterback) a versatile player, was used in many positions throughout the season. He was a good punter, and a shifty broken field run- ner. He is a senior. LOUIE SARRAS—(End) a senior, was a fine pass re- ceiver and a defensive end, although handicapped most of the season by an injury sustained in the Rose- dale encounter. JOHN THORP—(Guard) received his second letter this year. He is a good defensive man and should develop into a valuable player next year. He is a junior. Page Forty-FourFOOTBALL Ten lettermen returned this year to form the nucleus of a football team. There were approximately sixty promising candidates from whom Coach J. C. Lonborg could choose. The prospective material was small, but as the season got under way, it was found the team made up in fight and spirit, what it lacked in size, and the season ended with a fairly successful campaign by winning six out of eight games. The high light of this season was the Rosedale game in which the Mustangs outscored the Wildcats and came out on top by a score of 7 to 0. The second league encounter brought the Mustangs a 12 to 0 score over the Leavenworth Pioneers, with Harley King's passing and Bob Plough's receiving abilities the features of the game. The third game was a hard-fought victory over Olathe with a score of 7 to 6. Wyandotte handed the Mustangs their first defeat of the season by a score of 13 to 0, causing Argentine a tie in the league with Shawnee-Mission and Wyandotte. The next week-end Shawnee- Mission put Argentine out of the running with a 6 to 0 defeat in a down-pour of rain. Argentine finished the season with a close 13 to 12 victory over a powerful Atchison team. Harley King's 65-yard completed pass to Dayton Jenkins over the goal, a 63-yard run on the opening play of the game by Jenkins, and fourteen seniors playing their last game in their high school career made the final game one of memories. SCHEDULE OF GAMES PLAYED Sept. 24 Argentine... 27 Turner ............... 0 Oct. 2 Argentine....25 Osawatomie............ 0 Oct. 8 Argentine.... 7 Rosedale ........... 0 Oct. 15 Argentine....12 Leavenworth ......... 0 Oct. 22 Argentine.... 7 Olathe ............... 6 Oct. 30 Argentine.... 0 Wyandotte ............13 Nov. 6 Argentine.... 0 Shawnee Mission....... 6 Nov. 13 Argentine....l3 Atchison ..............12 Firut Row—Stewart, Favrow, B. Loop, Akors, mascot; Jameson, Moore, Foun- tain, captain; Bradbury, mascot; Jen- kins, L. Sarras, Jeffries. Second Row—GiUos, Childs. Thorp, Smith, Butler, Payne, Doze, McGraw, North, Plough. Third Row -M. Sarras, A Leop. Rey- nolds, Mason, Cornelius, Woolard, Cur- ran, Doyle. Fourth Row—Condron, Fuller, Morris, Kane, Fredericks, King, Brewer. Fifth Row—Monroe, Coons. Morgan, Aiman, Bouse, Caster, Forreria. Sixth Row—Stubbs. Brady. McCurdy, Davis, Fisher, Purinton, Hale. Bell, Mil- ler, Gutierrez. Sovonth Row—Coaches: J. C. Shank- land, assistant; J. C. Lonborg, coach; C. E. Swendcr, assistant. Page Forty-ThreoGIRLS' ATHLETICS "A game for every girl" was the slogan of the Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation and the physical education classes for this year. The Girls' Athletic Association is the organization for girls in high school interested in sports. Inter-class teams were formed and the contests were played off in the gymnasium after school. The officers were: Mary Jane Cartmill, president; Betty Westfall, vice- president; Kathleen Hughes, secretary; and Ada Paine, treasurer. The girls who earn 600 points by participating in sports are ad- mitted to the girls' Numeral Club and receive a felt numeral; when an additional 400 points are added, a girl gets a chenille letter "A". THIRD HOUR GYMNASIUM CLASS Arnold, Briggs, Bromley, Buckley, Craig, Cunningham, Decker, Denys, Furgeson, Fisher, Hogan, Huston. John- son, Lewis, Moore, Dickerson, Phipps, Riggs, Sellers, Schooling, Shupp, Stott, Tildcn, Ulm, Webster, Smith, Crosslcy. GIRLS' "A" AND NUMERAL CLUB First Row—Hultz, Thoman, Harmon, An- derson, Richey, Doolittle, Heckman. Second Row—Barton. Westfall. Pollock, V oodhead, Corbett, Bastel, Buckman, Lloyd. Third Row—Miss Doris Jones, sponsor; Reagan. WATER BUGS Fir;t Row—Heckman, Jenkins, Cartmill, Wilson. Socond Row—Miss Doris Jones, sponsor; Stewart, Pruitt, V. Wentling, L. Wont- ling, Cleaver, Coats. Third Row—Hoke, Ayrault, Hultz, Tho- man, Browne, Buckman, Darnell. Page Forty-Six ■-I BOYS' "A" CLUB The Boys A ' Club has as its basic principle, good sportsmanship and ath- letics. Only those boys who have made a letter in a major sport or two letters in a minor sport are eligible, for membership. The club was founded in 1918 by Coach L. L. Watt for the purpose of bringing about a closer relationship between the teams, the coaches, and the school. To raise funds for the annual spring banquet which was held at the Fairfax Airport Administration building, May 17, the "A" Club presented the fourth annual Sports' Night performance in the school gymnasium. The officers for the 1937-38 term were James Pountain, president; Harley King, vice-president; Dayton Jenkins, secretary-treasurer, and Walter Favrow and Ralph Childs, sergeant-at-arms. Coach J. C Lonborg is the club sponsor. GOLF AND TENNIS TEAMS Because golf and tennis arrive so late in the season, these teams must follow a catch-as-catch-can schedule in order to compete with other local schools. With Billy Duggins, Paul Lavin, and Price Stephenson, the three remaining let- termen from last year's club swingers, Coach F. S. Hoover had to build his entire squad around these veterans. Eleven men reported to Coach Hoover at the first of the season, and of these eleven, there were many new and promising par-shcoters from whom he could pick the one to fill the vacancy. The tennis team racquet wielders played several matches in both fall and spring competition, winning their share of those matches played. They were not so fortunate this year with only one letterman returning, in the person of Billy Stoker. Coach K. C. Skeen built his single and double teams from the sixteen boys who reported to him at the first practice at Emerson park at the first of the season. Laurence Moore and George Males, two seniors, were appointed student managers for the team and took care of arrangements. First Row—Kincj, Sarras. Loop, Payne. Fredericks, R. Jameson, Moore, Marrcn, Mayo. Second Row—Spencer, Pountain, Rodri- quez, Mankin, Favrow, Curran, Eidson, Schiebel. Third Row—Butler, Stowart, J. Jame- son, Herring, Thorp, Joifrios. Fourth Row—Coach J. C. Lonbora. Plough, Lavin, Jonkins, Gutierrez, Meade. Gomez. First Row—Stoker, Mitchell, Hutchison, Smith, Stephenson, Lovelace, Stubbs, Brazier. Second Row—Parcell, Willman, Arnold. Grcon, Males, P. Stephenson, Spencer, McGivern. Third Row—F. S. Hoover, aolf coach; Schiebel, Lavin. Whitely, Atkinson, Hall, K. C. Skeon, tennis coach. I Page Forty-FiveBASKET BALL Virgil Eidson Oudon Gutierrez Faye Doyle Bill Duggin8 Harley King Robert Plough Clifford Jeffries Jesse Gomez Arthur Meade FINAL BASKET BALL SCORES 1938 SEASON Argentine.... 16 North Kansas City....25 Argentine....41 Turner................21 Argentine....33 Alumni ...............35 Argentine.... 19 Wyandotte............32 Argentine.... 16 Rosedale ............27 Argentine....39 Turner................35 Argentine....33 Atchison ........•....28 Argentine....31 Shawnee-Mission ....27 Argentine....41 Leavenworth...........23 Argentine....21 Olathe................23 Argentine....41 Wyandotte.............29 Argentine....39 Rosedale .............34 Argentine....29 Atchison..............21 Argentine....50 Washington Rural....30 Argentine....27 Shawnee-Mission ....29 Argentine....34 Leavenworth...........38 Argentine....27 Olathe................43 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Argentine....27 Shawnee-Mission ....21 Argentine....25 Wyandotte.............50 INDIVIDUAL SCORING—BASKET BALL LETTERMEN Harley King, center 93 60 246 Robert Plough, forward 34 28 96 Jesse Gomez, guard 20 16 56 Clifford Jeffries, forward 19 3 41 Virgil Eidson, guard 11 7 29 Faye Doyle, forward 9 10 28 Bill Duggins, forward 10 6 26 Oudon Gutierrez, forward 3 2 8 Arthur Meade, guard 0 2 2 Totals 199 134 "532 Page Forty-Eight iwirrnrr-T1 FIRST AND SECOND BASKET BALL TEAMS Defeating all of the major teams of the Northeast Kansas League, including Wyandotte and Rosedale, the Mustang quintet wound up the basket ball season in fourth place, after winning six out of twelve league encounters. The Mustangs succeeded in beating every team in the league at least once, except Olathe. Early in the season, the Atchison Red Men put the team into a winning stride. It proceeded to outpoint Atchison, Shawnee-Mis- sion, and Leavenworth. After losing to the Olathe Eagles in a close battle, it decisively defeated the Wyandotte Bulldogs by a 41 to 29 score, trounced the Rosedale Wildcats, one of the league's better teams, and stopped the Atchison team in a return game for the last win of the season. The squad was entered in the regional tournament in Kansas City, Kansas. It won the first game from the Shawnee-Mission Indians but was elminated the following night by Wyandotte. Undoubtedly, the brightest star in the Mustang lineup was Harley King, who lacked only 20 points of scoring one-half the team's total of points. King was voted by the Kansas City Journal-Post as the leading all-around player of the league, and was made captain of the Post's all-star team. First Row—Gomez. Crow, Duggins, Gutierrez, Stevenson. Socond Row—F.dison. Thorp. Plough. Doyle. Third Row—John Lonborg. coach. First now -Terry. Hernandez, School- ing. Fredericks, A. Vargas, D. Schiobcl, McGivern, Mendez. Socond Rov —Webber. Spalding. Tab- beror. Meade. Davis, McCurdy. Castor. Schiobcl, K. C. Skeen, coach. Page Forty-SevenIndustrial State Bank "A STRONG BANK ON STRONG AVE. AT 32nd ST." We Will Be Pleased to Serve You in Every Way Consistent With Good Banking A Depository For United States Postal Savings Funds S. A. BOTTOMLEY J. W. BOTTOMLEY May Your Highest Ambitions Be Realized Bottomley Bros. Druggists THE REXALL STORES 2615 STRONG AVE. 3418 STRONG AVE. 3118 STRONG AVE. Compliments of The Kansas City Structural Steel Company Page Fifty Atoas lS- s Xs A' e c oJz U eryV fS rns t - o'' uu . X W ' O -«ASt y Ac ’Y y a 0 -0 . "C2 ...BEST WISHES... j i- G y A-5 Cleaners 3109 Strong Avenue Phone, Argentine 0834 Insurance Service Frank Paxton of All Kinds Lumber Co. Accident and Health • A Specialty T W. H. Schlatter INSURANCE "Let Slats Write It" FIRST and KANSAS AVE. Telephone, Argentine 0109 KANSAS CITY, KANSAS 3115 Strong Ave. COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK f . Kansas City, Kansas Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (Eangratulatuins To the seniors who are finishing their high school work . . . and to the juniors, the sophomores, the freshmen who are stepping up to another class... CONGRATULATIONS! But with our congratulations, may we remind you that there is no substitute for a sound and satis- factory bank connection. May we suggest that NOW is a good time for each of you to start one. Page Fifty-TwoCALENDAR OF EVENTS 1937-38 V September 14—School opened. September 24—Third Annual Fall concert. October 2—Football game; Argentine vs. Osa- watomie; here. October 6—Rosedale Pep Club Assembly, here. October 7—Argentine Pep Club assembly. Rose- dale. October 8—Football game; Argentine vs. Rose- dale; there. October 15—Football game; Argentine vs. Leav- enworth; there. October 18—Kansas Day at American Royal. October 22—Football game; Argentine vs. Olathe; there. October 30—Football game; Argentine vs. Wyan- dotte; here. November 3—Parade and crowning of Football Queen. November 5—Teachers' convention. Real Service to Your Door PHONE: ARGENTINE 0031 McGeorges Pharmacy A Full Line of School Supplies 22nd and Metropolitan Ave. Kansas City, Kansas Davidson Brothers Motor Company Dealers in Dodge and Plymouth Cars and Dodge Trucks USED CAR DEPARTMENT 709 North 7th St. Drexel 3370 The name Jaccard has been synonymous with the jewelry business for 108 years —only quality and integrity could en- dure so long. Jaccard extends to you a most cordial invitation to visit their store. Jaccard Jewelry Corp. 1017-19 Walnut Street Kansas City, Mo. Page Fifty-OneCity Printing Company PRINTING - PUBLISHING Printers of The Argentine High School Newspaper THE ARGENTIAN TELEPHONE, DREXEL 3336 606 NORTH 6th STREET i The Geo. H. Long .. Mortuary .. Air Conditioned Throughout DRexel 0250 Tenth Street and Barnett Avenue Congratulations and Best Wishes to the 1938 Graduating Class A Green s Florist Phone, Argentine 1175 1420 South 26th Street Page Fifty-Fou:CALENDAR OF EVENTS 1937-38 November 6—Football game; Argentine vs. Shawnee Mission; here. November 12—Sophomore Skid. November 13—Football game; Argentine vs. Atchison; here. S November 18-19—P.-T. A. Minstrel Show. • November 24—Mustang Club dance. November 25-26—Thanksgiving holid December 9-10—Junior Play. December 17—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Turner; there. December 22-January 3—Christmas holidays. Jcnuary 7—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Wyandotte; here. Mixer. January 14—Basket ball Rosedale; there. BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATE! game; Argentine vs. January 18—Visiting day and Stunt assembly. Jcnuary 19—Stunt night. PHONE: ARGENTINE 0161 W. W. Mack Lumber Co. PAINTS OLD AMERICAN ASPHALT ROOFING WALLPAPER AND HARDWARE 25th and Metropolitan Ave. Kansas City, Kansas G. W. SIMMONS AND SON Funeral Directors GREEN'S Manufacturing Jewelers SINCE 1885 Quality and Economy on Jewelry Repairing Watch Repairing Club Pins Society Pins Special Designs Business Stationery Steel Die Engraving Greeting Cards Diplomas v OFFICIAL MANUFACTURERS ARGENTINE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS JEWELRY Sold Through Mace-Reynolds 1016 WALNUT KANSAS CITY, MO. Page Fifty-Three f (IT has been a pleasure to make the —1 photographs for this Publication, and we wish to express our grateful- ness to the Faculty and Seniors for their splendid cooperation. HODGES' STUDIOS PHOTOGRAPHERS 748-50 OSAGE KANSAS CITY, KANSAS Picture Frames Made to Order ..FLEMING.. PHARMACY HARRY T. TIBBS PRESCRIPTIONS STATIONERY . . . BOOKS FILLED AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES “FRESH HOME MADE TELEPHONE: ICE CREAM" DREXEL 0155 Phones: Argentine 0242 and 0243 604 MINNESOTA AVE. KANSAS CITY, KANSAS 21st and Ruby Ave., Kansas City, KansasCALENDAR OF EVENTS 1937-38 January 21—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Atchison; here. January 22—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Shawnee Mission; here. January 28—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Leavenworth; here. Mixer. January 29—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Olathe; there. February 1—P.-T. A. Founders' Day program. February 4—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Wyandotte; there. Mixer. February 17—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Rosedale; here. Mixer. February 18—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Washington Rural; here. February 22—Band Mothers' program. February 26—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Leavenworth; here. March 3-4—Operetta "Oh Doctor". Stirling Untar (£0. FORD and LINCOLN ZEPHYR Sales and Service QUICK SERVICE ON ALL MAKE CARS 2500 STRONG AVENUE Argentine 0900 American Rock Crusher Co. WOODLAND AND DOUGLAS Argentine 0798 Westport 3400 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1938 DRINK MEYER MILK and EAT MEYER ICE CREAM for health and energy .. .THE... MEYER SANITARY MILK COMPANY Page Fifty-Five 5th and Barnett Ave. Kansas City, KansasMONEY TO LOAN For New Building Purchasing and for Improving Your Home THE HAPPY HOME IS YOUR OWN HOME THE ARGENTINE BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION 2301 Metropolitan Ave., Kansas City, Kan. Be Prepared forthe FUTURE! iii 0» V Select Your■" Course NOW • Stenographic • Executive Secretarial • Bookkeeping-Accounting • C. P. A. Accounting Law • Advertising-Sales-Promotion • Radio Dramatics-Public Speech • Comptometer-Business Machines • Commercial Art Day and Evening Classes operated in a year- round schedule. Hundreds of graduates now em- ployed. Ask for our 48-page Illustrated Catalog (OLLEGE of (OMMERCE V—» ELEVENTH .and OAK V—✓ VI 134-8 STREAMLINED BUSINESS TRAINING ‘ A he Argentine High School may always expect the aid of the Argentine Activities Association. Cooperation and hard work will accomplish al- most any objective. Argentine Activities Association H. A. SMITH, President ORBRA F. (JACK) SMITH, Vice-Pres. A. L. BLASCHE, Soc’y-Treas. Page Filty-EighICALENDAR OF EVENTS 1937-38 March 4—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Leavenworth; there. March 5—Basket ball game; Argentine vs. Olathe; here. Mixer. March 9—Press Club assembly. March 16—Dental College assembly. March 24—Interclass track meet. March 25—"A" Club sport night. April 1—Kid and Hobo Day. April 1—Physical Education show. April 2—Track meet, Leavenworth. April 7-8—Senior Play. April 15—Good Friday, holiday. April 16—Track meet, Topeka. April 19—Track meet, Shawnee Mission. April 23—Northeast Kansas League Festival, Wyandotte. April 28—Mustang Club picnic. LLOYD E. HOKE HARRY A. SMITH Reliable Insurance Auto - Life Property Hoke Smith Compliments of F. S. Edwards ..Candy Co.. Distributors of SCHRAFFT'S CANDES 837 Minnesota Avenue Monahan Grimm HARDWARE - PAINTS OILS-GLASS-GARDEN SEEDS - BLUE GRASS CLOVER Sheet Metal Work F. J. STRUTZEL PLUMBING 3416 STRONG AVENUE 3504 Strong Ave. Argentine 0100 Page Fifty-SevenONWARD ARGENTINE ■■■"■ i Onward, Argentinel Onward, Argentine! 1 We'll stand up for you. Fight and hold for blue and gold To these colors we are true; Compliments of Stand and cheer, boys; never fear, boys, A. H. S. our pride Cheer, Cheer, the gang's all here For A. H. S. R. J. Atkinson (1 FIGHT YELL (begins slowly and increases speed) RAH, RAH, RAH, RAH. FIGHT. FIGHT, FIGHT. FIGHT. RAH, RAH. RAH, RAH. FIGHT. FIGHT, FIGHT, FIGHT. RAH, RAH. RAH. RAH. FIGHT. FIGHT. FIGHT. FIGHT. ARGENTINE FIGHTS. ARGENTINE FIGHTS. ▼ ARGENTINE FIGHTS, FIGHTS. FIGHTS. Argentine 0080 3416 Strong Ave. Printing and The Place to Get Your Gas and Publishing.. Service on Your Car V r IS I Wilhelm Service Station DISTRIBUTOR OF SINCLAIR PRODUCTS E. W. WELLS ▼ 3115 STRONG AVENUE ARGENTINE 0109 3000 Strong Ave. Phone: Argentine 0129 Page SixtyCALENDAR OF EVENTS 1937-38 - [ The Dougherty April 30—Baker Relays, Baldwin. May 4—National Honor Society assembly. Stationery Co. May 5—Mustang Club Revue. BOOKS, STATIONERY, May 6—-Symphony Orchestra from Pittsburg. OFFICE SUPPLIES, assembly. FILES AND FILING May 10—P.-T. A. picnic. SUPPLIES, May 12—Junior High Operetta. May 13—Junior-Senior banquet. SCHOOL BOOKS AND May 17—"A" Club banquet. NEEDS May 19—Fashion Show. May 22—Baccalaureate. Pictures and Picture May 23-27—Senior week. May 24—Mustang Club banquet. Senior Framing breakfast. DREXEL 0161 May 25—Senior High graduation. 1 May 26—Junior High graduation. Seventh and Armstrong Avenue May 27—Award assembly—Last day. Compliments of Healey Motors 0. H. Olson Sons "Best in the World" DAIRY LINCOLN - FORD LINCOLN ZEPHYR We have appreciated your 1 patronage at school . . . SALES AND SERVICE ▼ LETS CONTINUE ▼ 4th and MINNESOTA KANSAS CITY, KAS. Phone, Argentine 0417 DRcxel 1916 SAUNA, KAS. LINDSBORG, KAS. , Page Fifty-Nine JEWELRY - RADIOS - WASHERS REFRIGERATORS 3010 STRONG AVENUE PHONE, ARGENTINE 0211 rgentine Meat Company CHAS. E. SMITH - . 1 5 i K GROCERIES AND MEATS V 3005 STRONG AVENUE TELEPHONES: ARGENTINE 0895 AND 0896 Pago Sixty-Two WHEN IN NEED OF ARGENTINE VICTORY SONG INSURANCE We'll raise a song WHETHER IT BE Both loud and long. To cheer our team to victory. FIRE Argentine High, WIND So brave and strong. We pledge eternal loyalty. Fight on, boys, fight! THEFT AUTOMOBILE We'll win this Game PROPERTY DAMAGE Roll up the score for Argentine. Beneath the fold LIABILITY OR EXPLOSION Of blue and gold To victory! Argentine! Leave It to Frank S. Powell 2301 Metropolitan Ave., Kansas City, Kan. Compliments of THE BIG M fpR (softly) Furniture Co. M-M-Mus-T-T-ang Mus-T-ang Mus-Tang OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT (louder) M-M-Mus-T-T-ang Mus-T-ang Mus-Tang (very loud) M-M-MUS-T-T-ANG MUS-T-ANG MUS-TANG 3009-11 Strong Ave. Argentine 1162 Page Sixty-One 37 2 29 28 27 25 and 26 24 ssot iyj»............................. i.....................12 to 23 ubs and Organizations...........Q..................................39 Faculty.....Q................................................10 and 11 ..:::::::: ymnasiumGj l, Girls' ..............................................46 HariAojg-'J. Qf., Principal........................................ 8 oner Socienr Junior High...........................................33 ndusirijjp nctures .............................................4 and 5 J ysansm, Third Year...............................................34 eadership Club ....................................................32 Mustang Club ......................................................42 Numeral Club .......................................................46 Orchestra ..........................................................37 Parent-Teacher Association .........................................38 Poem ............................................................... 7 Schlagle, F. L, Superintendent...................................... 8 Snapshots ................................................6, 30 and 40 SpeectaClass .......................................................35 Student Council.....................................................33 Tligra ..........................................................3 and 4 lwd m 0992 MOXQNTINENT PUBLIC LIBHAfiy Page Sixty-FourPage Sixty-Three03272006 -CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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