Argentine High School - Mustang Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)
- Class of 1939
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GEN. 373 AR37 1939
MID-CONTINENT PUBLIC LIBRARY
Genealogy 8- Local History Branch
317 W. Highway 24
independence, MO 64050
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NINETEENHUNDRED AND THIETY-NINE
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Editors,--.Mary lane Cartmill, Geraldine l-loke, I
George McDonald, and Louise Wentling
Business Manager .......,.i I ......i, lrene Alumbaugh
Advertising Managers .......... Maxine Madl and
These journalism students assisted in the preparation ot this looolc:
Mary l-leclcman, Margaret Vanderwell, Mary Ellen Southerland,
Charlotte Bitter, Norma Paine, Paul Gilles, Richard Burge, Bill
Presley, Thelma Bichey, Walter Brink, l-larold Peppers, Betty
Ladenlourger, Betty Westfall, Bichard Manlcin, Eleanor Small,
leanne Bailey, Leland Lynch, and Eloise Strong.
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The opportunity to Work is ot blessing. Wor ' or ' n to E
youth ois it is to gdults. Schools provide the ne e p t n y
tor Work which hots locen pldnned to meet , X573 or outh. ln
the school, looys otnd girls should develop or ser' u f . itu to 1 5
Work otnd they should legrn to persevere until the rtic r pi
ot Work hds loeen completed. 'iWork which others Q.. do, n ot
But lite demotnds Cf vorriety otnd so youthmust ploty c Weil
Work. The modern high school goes to greott lengths to p r ide its
students Wholesome opportunities for ploty. lt cotnnot loe sorid ot
the schools ot todoty thott only the strong get to ploy. All otges otnd
otll sizes iind numerous plory orctivities in which they corn engotge
with sotlety. And tortunotte is the student Who develops dn under-
stcrnding gs to the proper plotce of plory in his lite.
by giving my begin motkes o: good motto to
Next yeorr the Argentine l-ligh School will loe splendidly eguipped
to provide looth Work otnd ploty ctctivities for its students. Moty the
students morke the most ot their opportunities. A
A I. C. l-IARMON.
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Shorthomd Sore throott? Typing
Biology Auto service ii Chemistry
Anriudi editors Metoti project Woodwork
. .WORK . .
F. L. SCHLAGLE
Once more may it be said that
the Argentine High School is a
service institution. With the
added facilities for work and
play which the Board ot Educa-
tion is now providing, this
school should be able to serve
the youth of this community in
a rnanner and to a degree
which has never before been
possible. Ever onward, Argen-
lt has been said with truth that
rnan must work for all that he
has and that nothing is worth
possessing which costs no work.
But it is equally true that one
cannot work on always. He
must have recreation, too. Thus,
it is the responsibility ot the
school to provide opportunities
for both work and play.
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Clothing Mechanical drawing
courses, ioods and cloth-
ing classes, journalism,
an d regular scholastic
sulojects, provide experi-
ence in Work.
Typing and shorthand are
usetul to students in and
out oi school. The school
Was loettered this year by
the service of a nurse. For
the last five years the
school has been Without
a nurse. Biology and
chemistry are typical of
scholastic Work. S h o p
courses give looys a prac-
tical training in Wood-
work, auto service, and
metal shop. Iournalism
gives training that is prac-
tical as a background for
MISS MYRTLE MCCORMICK
MR. E. A. MOODY
MR. H. I. MOULD ,
MR. C. I. OLANDER
MISS BERTHA PLUMB
MR. C. L. RICHARDS
MISS PATTI 'SANKEE
MR. I. C. SHANKLAND
MR. N. E. SHELL I
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MR. K. C. SKEEN
' Shop Mathematics, Algebra
MR. C. E. SWENDER
Vocations, Salesmanship, U
General Business, Track Coach
MISS FRANCES TAYLOR
MR. V. E. TIMMINS
MISS MONA WALTER
Glee Club, Chorus
MISS BESS WILHITE
English, Remedial Reading
MISS EVELYN KOESTER
MISS MARGARET DANNEBERG
MISS EDITH DELANEY
I Mathematics, Algebra
MR. T. M. EVANS
MR. P. G. HAUSMAN
Metal Shop, Trades, Auto
Service, Advanced Metal
MISS MAUD HEWITT
MR. if. s. HoovER
MISS LILLIAN IESSUP
MRS. PAYE LEVY
MR. I. C. LONBCRG
FRANCES H. BATES
Physical Education, Civics,
MR. G. E. BRADECRD
MR. G. C. BRINK
MISS STELLA COLE
MR. P. E. CCWAN
International Relations, Social
MISS GRACE DALE
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CLASS OF 1939
ALBERTSON, TEDDY-Art Club, l, 2, 3.
ALLISON, DOROTHY-Art Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 4,
Social Problems, 3.
ALLISON, VERNON-North Kansas City High School,
Glee Club, l.
ALUMBAUGH, IRENE-Annual Staii, Business Man-
ager, Press Club, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Girl
Reserves, 4, Librarian, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, l, 2, Social Problems, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4,
International Relations, 3, National Honor Society, 4.
ANDERTON, LAVERNE-Glee Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 4.
ARNOLD, MABLE-Wyandotte High School, Art Club, l,
Basketball, l, 2, Girl Reserves, 2, Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, l, 2, Argentine High School, Art Club, 4,
Girl Reserves, 3, Girls' Athletic Association, 3, 4,
International Relations, 4, Social Problems, 3.
BAILEY, IEANNE-Mustang Club, Z, 3, 4, Basketball, l,
2, 3, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4,
Librarian, 3, Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4,
Social Problems, 3, 4, Numeral Club, 4.
BAKER, DONALD+Art Club, l, Tennis, 3, International
Relations, 3, 4, Social Problems, 3, 4, National Honor
BARNES, BILL31UtQfrg' , 3, , 4- Amr .S Glee
Leadersh' , -Colleg' f-d'o r b 4- fel.
dent, 4. Q Y O ', 5
BARNES, LAWRENCE W
BARNES, LEONARD-Band, 3, .
PT VERA aiee Club 4 Social Problems, 3, 4.
BEAUMONT, MACK-Argentian Staii, 2, 3, 4, Social
BELLMAN, IACK-Football, 2, "A" Club, 3, 4, Mustang
Club, 4, Track, 3, 4, Co-captain, 4, Orchestra, l, 2, 3. 4,
Class Officer, Vice-President, 4, International Rela-
tions, 3, 4, President, 3, 4, Social Problems, 4, Lead-
ership Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
BENDER, FRANCES-Typing Squad, 3, Girls' Athletic
Association, 2. 63
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BLAIR, MAE ETTA-Mustang ciub, 3, 4, Rqskeibdiifaz,
Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4.
BLASCHE. TOMMY-Leadership Club, 2.
3 BLYTHE, ROBERT-Football, 2, lunior Play, Glee Club,
l, 2, 3, 4.
CLASS CF F ICERS FOR
THE PAST SIX YEARS
President -------------------'----------- --------- R iCl'1Ci1'd lVlCiI'1lii1'1 President Richard MGH '
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ggjjijsldenf ---AAAA-- AL--AA-A-- E A-H -S-S lack Bellmen vmpfesidem ,,,,,S,SS,,,,,,,,,S,SS,,,,,,,Sh,-, Richard Burge
Treasure? ----'-"'-'A" """"" M eq Y gune ghomcllf SSCTSTCITY ............... ......... M ary lane Cartrnill
Cheer ry Gmac Qikiill TFGCISUTGF ----- ' ----------... .................. H elen Wiseman
i'7iviis'n.grg..Siffaylif Cheefecfde -AR-ARAAAAAEQEEEEE1-E1EE1++ES.-ESQ-+ E.EE D are Sims
S of ------------------------ - ' - - SPOHSOT ---------................... .-Miss Henrietta Conrad
pong T """' l Mr. V. E. Timmins
---.---.--Betty lune Thoman
PF9SidGf1'f --------.-....,................. ........ R ichard Mankin
Secretary ,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,.-.,-.
.Elva lean Burr
Treasurer .............. .......... M ary lane Carlmill Treasurer . Pearl Reagan
ggjjgofgeadef ""i"" """""""' Og ggri Cheer Leader .......... ............. y -Jeanne Bailey
" ' ' 9 S1000-SOr--.------..-----..--.-.---.--.---.--.--Miss Maud Hewitt
y sot-'HOMORE YEAR T . '
President ...... 4 ................................. Richard Q Manlqln , Q
Vice-President ,,.-,M,,-,--,.-...-,--A----------,-- Betty Westfall PI'eS1deI'1l --------------------.....-.............. R1Cl'1CI1'Cl MCt1'1l'ii1'1
Secretary -,---.--,,,,,- S --,----,-, Mary Iane Cartmill Vice-President ............. ,.,, - ,,,,.,,,,, I earl Sellers
Treasurer ......,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, P earl Reagan Secretary ............... .,,,,,,,,,,,,, P aul Gilles
Cheer Leader ............. ..,.....,,.,,,, . .--Dale Sparks Treasurer, .....,......... ,,.,,.,,.,, R odney Smith
S Q S Miss Stella Cole Cheer Leader ,..,...,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, I eanne Bailey
pcmsogs ' """"" Q """' """' l Mr. F. S. Hoover Sponsor ..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,-,,- M 1 SS Lillian Ie-Ssap
The senior class of l939 boasted a membership of l89 students. This is eight less than
the graduating class of last year. . ' .
Two members represented the class in the Student Council, they were Paul Gilles,
president of the club, and Richard Burge. . A'
Richard Mankin was president of the class during all six years of both junior high
and senior high Work. 0
"The Spider and the Fly," was presented December 8 and 9, as the annual senior play. The
members of the cast Were, Betty Westfall, Richard Burge, Paul Gilles, Richard Mankin, Mary lane
Coleman, Bonnie Simpson, Max Dupuy, Doris Roberts, Maxine Goodrick, Norma Paine, and
Patricia Scovill. A 5
There were four editors of the yearbook: Mary lane Cartmill, Geraldine Hoke, George McDon-
ald, and Louise Wentling. , , H
Sixty-one members of the class were in the senior-high Leadership Club. The officers of the club
were all senior boys: George McDonald, lohn McGraw, and Richard Burge.
lack Bellman, track star and captain of the squad, was an outstanding athlete, breaking the state
record in the mile run in competition with all Kansas "A" high schools. ' V
lohn Thorp, co-captain of the football team was chosen as a member of the all-state high school
football team. The other co-captains of the football team were Herbert Curran and lunior lameson.
Sponsors of the class were Miss Frances Taylor, English and journalism instructor, and V. E.
Timmins, history instructor. . A ' '
Eleanor Small was school cheer leader two years in succession. . -
Betty Westfall was president of the Mustang Club and Richard Burge was treasurer.
Members of the,National'Honor Society Were: lrene Alumbaugh, Donald Baker, lack Bellman,
Richard Burge, Mary lane Cartmill, Paul Gilles, Albert Goebel, Maxine Goodrick, Mary Hecke
man, Geraldine Hoke, Doris Hultz, Alfred Leslie, Maxine Madl, Richard Mankin, Frances Markie-
Wicz, George McDonald, Clarence McGee, lohn McGraw, Nadyne Nichols, Norma Paine, Pearl
Reagan, Thelma Richey, Doris Roberts, Dale Sparks, Neilus Speers, Charles Stanley, Betty lune
Thoman, Louise Wentling, Betty Westfall. A I I
The club officers Were: Betty lune Thoman, president, Mary Heckman, vice-presidentg lohn
McGraw, secretary, Norma Paine, treasurer. A
CLASS OF 1939
Wlf' CURRAN, HERBERT-Football, 3, 4, Co-captain,4, "A"l
Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Glee Club, 3,
Leadership Club, 4.
DEMEYER, ALBERT-Leadership Club, 4.
DESEURE, FRANK-Track, 3.
DESPAIN, KEN NETH-Football, 4.
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igh Scho l: G e b, . ' '
DUPUY. MAX-Mustang Club, 3, 4, Iunior Play, Senior
Play, Basketball, 1, Glee Club, 4, Track, 1, Orchestra,
1, 2, 3, Band, 1, 2, 3, Social Problems, 3, Leadership
Club, 2, 3, 4, Collegiate Radio'Club, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent, 4. 1
EGER, HENRY-Basketball, 2, Tennis, 4, Track, 2, Inter-
national Relations, 3.
WOOLARD, BOB-Football, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 4, Glee
A Club, 2, Track, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Problems,
ENGLE, DOROTHY-Glee Club, 1, 3, Girl Reserves, 1,
2, 3, Debate Squad, 4, Girls' Athletic Association, 1,
2, International Relations, 4, Social Problems, 3.
EVANS, DOROTHY-Central Iunior: Student Council, 1,
Argentine High School: Glee Club, 3, 4. ' '
FLEETWOOD, HERMAN--Band, 1, 2, 3, 4.
FLYNN, MARGARET-Glee Club, 4.
FOGLESONG, MARTHA-Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
'Athletic Association, I, 2, 3, 4, International Relations,
4, Leadership Club, 4.
FREDERICKS, CLIFFORD-Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club,
'l, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Glee I
Club, 4, Track, l, 2,2 3, 4, Co-captain, 4, International
Relations, 4, Leadership Club, 4.
FREDERICKS, DOROTHY-Art Club, 4, Girl Reserves,
1, 2, Girlsf Athletic Association, 1, 2.
FUNCK, DONALD-Glee Club, 3.
I GARCIA. TONY-Basketball, 1, 2, Glee Club, 3, 4,
'Track, 1, Leadership Club, 4.
BODAM. HUGH-Football, l, 2, 3, International Rela-
BRADBURY, ELEANOR-Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Girl Re-
serves, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, 4-
International Relations, 4, Social Problems, 4.
BREWER, ADELE-Mustang Club, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4,
President, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, I, 2, Social Problems, 4, Leadership Club, 4
BRINK. WALTER-Mustang Club, 4, Press Club, 3, 4,
Typing Squad, 3, Orchestra, l, Social Problems, 3-
Leadership Club, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
4, Annual Staff, Press Club President, 4.
BUNCH, TRENA-Eldon High School, Iunior Play,
Argentine High School, Girl Reserves, 4, Leadership
Club, 4. -
BURR, ELVA IEAN--Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, Basketball,
l, 2, Glee Club 3, 4, G' l Reserves, 4, Social Prob-
lems, 3. Q
CARR, EVELYN-Girl Reserves, 4, International Rela-
CARTMILL, MARY IANE-Girls' "A" Club, 3, 4, Mustang
Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Annual Staff, Editor, Basket-
ball, l, 2, 3, 4, Press Club, 4, Librarian, 3, Argentian
Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3,
Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer, Secretary, l,"2,
Treasurer, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4,
President, 3, Leadership Club, 3, 4, Numeral Club, 2,
3, 4, Office Work, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
CASTER, LEWIS-Football, 3, Basketball, 2, 3, Track,
3, 4, Band, 2, 3, 4, International Relations, 4, Social
CHAMBERS, LEROY-Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Leadership
COLEMAN, MARY IANE-Mustang Club, 4, Senior
Play, Glee Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Student
I Council, l, Girls' Athletic Association, 3, Leadership, 4.
COPELAND, DARWIN4Leadership Club, l, 4.
CORBETT, GENEVIEVE-Glee Club, 4, Typing Squad,
3, Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4, Social Prob-
lems, 3, Numeral Club, 2, 3, 4.
CORNELIUS, MELVIN-Football, 2, 3, 4: "A" Club, 3, 4,
Basketball, 2, Track, 2, 3, 4.
COTTRELL, HAROLD-Track, l, Orchestra, l, 2, 3, 4,
Social Problems, 3. ,
COWPERTHWAIT, BETTIE-Glee Club, 2, 3, 4.
COXEN. CATHERINE-Topeka High School: Pep Club,
l, 2, Gym Club, l, Argentine High School: So-cial
Problems Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4, International
CROSSLEY, EDYTHE-Art Club, l, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4.
CLASS OF 1939
CLASS OF 1939
HUGHES, KATHLEEN-Mustang Club, 3, 4, Glee Club
3, 4, Girl Reserves, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Girls' Ath-
letic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 4,
Office Work, 4.
HULTZ, DORIS-Mustang Club, 4, Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Tennis, l, 2, 3, Girl Reserves, 1, 3, 4, Typing SquCICl,
3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, President,
1, 2, Numeral Club, 2, 3, 4, Office Work, 4, Girls
"A" Club, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
HUTTON, CHARLES-Football, 4, Basketball, 1, 2.
IAMESON, IUNIOR-Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 1, 2,
3, 4, Basketball, 2, 3, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf, 4, Student
Council, 1, International Relations, 3, Social Prob-
lems, 3, Leadership Club, 3, 4. I
IANTZEN. SANFORD-Band, 2, 3. V
IOHNSON, HOWARD-Social Problems, 3, 4.
KUNKEL, GEORGE-Basketball, 1, Track, 1, 2, 3.
LADENBURGER, BETTY-Art Club, 4, ir usta g Club, 3
,A al" ' aff, if , di . , 3, J 1 ge- ' n Staff:
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LAMB, MARIE-Ba - all, 4, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, 4. gr? '- 1 I z 5:
LANDIE. soL+BuSketbQ11, 2, International Relations
4, Social Problems, 3. '
LA MAN GE DINE usta , 1 b, 4, Glee Club,
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Basketbal , 2, 3-.ff e il , lee Clu A 4, Track, 1,
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LEMBERGER, IACK-Football, 1, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4,
Typing Squad, 3, 4, Social Problems, 3.
LENTZ, BETTY-Art Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4,
Social Problems, 3.
LESLIE, ALFRED-Orchestra, 2, Band, 1, 2, 3, Leader-
ship Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
LOCKE, ROLAND-Art Club, 2, 3, Baszlcetball, 2, Glee
Club 4 lnternati al Rela e e hip Club, 4.
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LONG, FRANCES-Mlstang Club, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4,
Librarian, 4. LJ
GARRBTT, DWAYNE-Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4.
GIBBS, DOROTHY-Glee Club, 2, 3, Girl Reserves, 1, 4,
International Relations, 3, 4.
GIBBS, LLOYD-Tennis, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3, International
Relations, 3, 4, Social Problems, 4.
GILLES. PAUL-Football, 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 3, 4,
Mustang Club, 4, Annual Statt, Iunior Play, Senior
Play, Basketball, 1, 2, Press Club, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4,
Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
cil, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 4, Debate
Squad, 4, Leadership Club, 2, 3, 4, National Honor
GOEBEL, ALBERT-National Honor Society, 4.
GOMEZ, LUCY-Typing Squad, 3, Leadership Club, 4.
GOODRICK, CORRINE-Glee Club, 1, Girl Reserves, 3,
4, Social Problems, 4, Leadership Club, 1, 4.
GOODRICK, MAXINE-Central luniorz Glee Club, 1,
Argentine High School: Senior Play, Girl Reserves,
3, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Office Work, 4, National Honor
Society, 4. '
GOWER, DORIS-Art C1ub,b1, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, Girls'
Athletic Association, 1, 2.
GOWER, WILFORD-Social Problems, 3.
HANEY, ROBERT-Social Problems, 3.
HECKMAN, MARY-Girls' "A" Club, 3, 4, Mustang
Club, 4, Annual Staff, Iunior Play, Basketball, 1, 2,
3, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4,
Student Council, 1, 2, Debate Squad, 4, Girls' Athletic
Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Social Problems,
3, Leadership Club, 4, Numeral Club, 2, 3, 4, Collegiate
Radio Club, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, National Honor
Society, 4, Vice-President.
HELM, MAURINE-Girl Reserves, 4, Glee Club, 1.
HOKE, GERALDINE-Mustang Club, 4, Annual Staff,
Editor, Press Club, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Orches-
tra, 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association, 1, Leader-
ship Club, 4, Typing Squad, 4, National Honor So-
HOWE, EDWARD-Art Club, 2, Glee Club, 2, Student
Council, 1, Social Problems, 3.
CLASS OF 1939
CLASS OF 1939
McGRAW, IOHN-Football, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 4, Basket-
ball, 2, Track, 2, Leadership Club, 4, Secretary, 4, Na-
tional Honor Society, 4, Secretary.
MCHENRY, BERT-Band, l, 2, 3, 4, International Rela-
MCKITTERICK, DONALD-Glee Club, 4, International
Relations, 4, Social Problems, 4.
MCMAHON. FRANCES Z3.hf I
MEADE. ARTHUR-F , 4, " " . ,
Basketball, 2, 3, 4.
MEYER, WAUNETA-Glee Club, 4.
MILLER. IAMES-Football, 3.
MILLS, CECIL-Football, 2, 3.
MORRIS, MILTON-Football,.3, Track, l, 3.
MORRISON, RICHARD-Leadership Club, 3, 4.
NEECE, CHARLES-Iunior Play, Student Council, l.
ICHOLS, NADYNE-Basketball, l, Glee Club, 4, Girl
Reserves, 4, Student Council, l, Girls' Athletic Asso-
' io , 1, Leadership Club, 4, National Honor So-
NICKUM, Bogie-orchestra, , 4, nd, , ,4. '
NINEMIRE, CLARABELLE- irl e rves, ,Libr an,
4, Social Problems, 2.
PAINE, NORMA-Senior Play, Argentian Sta , , 3, 4,
Glee Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4,
National Honor Society, 4, Treasurer. '
PARTONNAR, MADGE-Basketball, l, 2, Girl Reserves,
?, 51, Typing Squad, 3, Girls' Athletic Association,
PAYNE, ADA NADINE-Glee Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves,
2, 3, 4, Debate Squad, 3, Typing Squad, 3, 4, Librarian,
2, Band, l, Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4, Treas-
urer, 3, Social Problems, 4.
Student Council, l, Leadership Club, 4, Annual Staff,
LOPEZ. ROBERT-Glee Club, 3, 4.
LOVELL. MARIORIE-Girl Reserves, 4, Social Problems
3, 4, Leadership Club, 4.
LUNDBACK, ANN MARIE- serves, Librarian, 4.
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Glee Clu , .
MADL. MAXINE- ng Cl b, 4, Pr ss Club, 3, 4,
SGCTGTGTYI 47 le" 01 ei 7 -A it- siness Man-
ager, 4, Glee l L 3, D-13: -,Squad, girls' Ath-
letic Association, ,L dership - g - , . Q1 Stgffi
Advertising Managerfkibrarian, 4,4?lational Honor So-
MALES, GEORGE-Tennis, 3, 4, International Relations,
3, Leadership Club, 4.
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MAN it v' .5 -TA ' ub, 2, , , Mus g Club,
2, '1 ,M v Ii? 'dent, 3, 1 no ati, S or Play,
4: ' if 'f v fl 2, 3, 4: ' g f ,t ' Glee
Club, ' f C41 1: 'Y' d It , l, lass
Officer, Q- , , , , , oc' Prob ems, 3, 4,
Leaders 4 C , 1, 2, 3, 4, ' ational Hgnor Society, 4.
MARKIEWIC , FRANCES IuniorsPlay, - Argentian
Staff, 2, Girl Reserves , Orc ra, , eadership
Club, 4- Nati l H o 'et .
MARTIN . , 2, ustang Club, 4,
Glee , 4: b T- 1 Problems, 4.
MATTHEWS, MAXINE Girl Reserves, 4, Girls' Athletic
Association, l. '
MAXIM, Bos-Glee club, 4, imemqtio Q1 Relatio S, 3,
4, Social Problems . ,.
MAYBELL, IANE- u , 3, , 1
Girl Reserves 4 ocial oblems 3- Leadership
C u 4
,1 , . ' ' '
MCCAULEY. VLIRGINIA-Art lub, 4, rl eserves, 2,
Girls .Athletic Association, l, 2, 3.
MCCURDY, MARIAN-Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club,
4, Girls' Athletic Association, 2, 3, International Rela-
tions, 3, 4, Social Problems, 4.
McDONALD, CHARLES-Football, 2, 3, 4.
L GEORGE Mustan Club 4 Annual Staff
MCDONA D. - Q , 2 1
Editor, Press Club, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Business
Manager, Debate Squad, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Vice-
President, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
MCGEE, CLARENCE-Leadership Club, 4, National
' Honor Society, 4.
McG1vERN,,BILL-Bqsketbqii, 1, 2, 3, 4, Giee Club, 2,
3, 4, Track, 3, 4, Golf, 1, 2, 3, 4.
CLASS OF 1939
CLASS OF 1939
ROBERTS, DORIS-Mustang Club, 4, Iunior Play, Senior
Play, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Typing SGIUCICI, 3, 4i Lead'
ership Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
RODRIQUEZ, EUFEMIA-Girl Reserves, 4.
STRONG, ELOISE--Mustang Club, 4, Argentian Staff,
3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4.
SAUER, IACK-Track, 2, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4.
SCHIEBEL, DANLEY-Football, l, 3, 4, "A" Club, 2, 3,
4, Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, 3, 4, Argentian
Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4, Track, 2, 3, 4, Golf, 2, 3, 4,
Orchestra, l, Leadership Club, 3.
SCHIEBEL, IEAN-Mustang Club, 4, ' Glee Club, 4,
Track, 2, Golf, Z, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3.
SCHOOLING, IACK-Football, l, 2, 3, Mustang Club, 4,
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, Tennis, l, 2, Glee Club, 4, Track,
l, 2, Golf, l, 2, Orchestra, l, 2, 3, 4.
SCOVILL, PATRICIA-Senior Play, Librarian, 4,4 Inter-
national Relations, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Social Problems,
3, 4, President, 4.
SELLERS, IEAN-Mustang Club, 3, 4, Argentian Staff,
2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, Typing
Squad, 3, Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, Leadership
Club, 2, 3, Press Club.
SEWELL, LLOYD-Basketball, 3, Glee Club, 3, 4, In-
ternational Relations, 3.
SIMPSON, IEAN-Glee Club, 2, 3, Typing Squad, 3, 4,
Girl Reserves, 4, International Relations, 3, 4.
SIMPSON, BONNIE LOUISE-Central Iunior High
School: Student Council, l, Argentine High School:
Mustang Club, 4, lunior Play, Senior Play, Glee Club,
4, Girl Reserves, 3, Debate Squad, 4, Librarian, 3, 4,
Girls' Athletic Association, 3, Social Problems, 3.
SMALL, ELEANOR-Mustang Club, 3, 4, Argentian
Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 4, Girl Reserves, l, 4, Cheer
Leader, 3, 4, Typing Squad, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, l, 2, Social Problems, 3, Leadership Club, 3, 4.
SOUTHERLAND, MARY ELLEN-Argentian Staff, 2, 3,
4, Glee Club, 4, Typing Squad, 3,. Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, l, 2, 3, International Relations, 3, 4, Social
Problems, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4, Numeral Club, 2,
3, 4, Annual Staff.
SPARKS, DALE-Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, l,
Glee Club, 4, Track, 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf, 3, 4, Orchestra, l,
2, 3, 4, Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, International Relations, 4,
Social Problems, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
SPEARS, NEILUS-Argentian Staff, 2, Debate Squad,
4, International Relations, 4, Social Problems, 3, Lead-
ership Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
STANLEY, CHARLES'4Football, 2, Press Club, 4, Ar-
gentian Staff, 3, 4, Editor, 4, Quill and Scroll, 4, Band
l, 2, 3, Leadership Club, 4, National Honor Society, 4.
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PEPPERS, HAROLD-Annual Staff, .lfxrgentian Staff, 2
3, 4, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4.
PRICE, VERNON-Football, 2, Basketball, 1, 2, Track
1- Typing Squad 3
2 4'-Fbcial Prob:
PHILLI , -1 11 Msg 2 -4, Tennis, 1
Ar ' mf , 3, 4, G , '
16-ms, 3, 4, me t 1K S, 3.
POLLOCK, BARBARA-Glee Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 1,
' 2, 3, 4, International Relations, 4, Social Problems, 3, 4
POSTEN, HELEN-Glee Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4,
Typing Squad, 3, International Relations, 3, Leader-
ship Club, 1, 4.
PRATHER, KENNETH-Band, 1, 2, 3.
PRESLEY, BILL-Annual Staff, Press Club, 4, Vice-Presi-
dent, 4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra, 4, Band,
l, 2, 3, Leadership Club, 4.
PRICE. GEORGE-Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, Band, 1, Interna-
tional Relations, 4, Leadership Club, 4.
ROMAN, IOANNE-Social Problems, 3, Leadership
Club, 4. . I.
REAGAN, EARL-Football, 2, Glee Club, 2, 3, 4, Inter-
national Relations, 3, Social Problems, 3. .
REAGAN, PEARL-Argentian Staff, 2, Glee Club, 3, 4,
Student Council, 1, Secretary, 1, Treasurer, 2, Girls'
Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Problems, 3,
Leadership Club, 4, Numeral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
REED, RAYMOND-Glee Club, 4, Orchestra, 2, 3, 4.
REYNOLDS, EDNP.-Girl Reserves, 4, International Re-
REYN LDS RT -P tlball, 1, 2, 3, 41 "A" ciub
Orchestra, 2, 3- , 1, 2, 3, Social Problems, 3:
Leadership Clu , 4.
o , mo B ,
4, Mustang C , 4- ack, 4, Student Council, 1,
RICHEY, THELMP.-Annual Staff, Argentian Staff, 2, 3,
4, Crlee Club, 3, Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Orchestra, 4, Inter-
national Relations, 3, Leadership Club, 4, National
Honor Society, 4.
RISNER, IOHN-Central Iunior, Band, 1, 2. I
RITTER, CHARLOTTE-Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club,
4, Librarian, 3, Social Problems, 3, Leadership Club.
4, Press Club, 4.
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CLASS OF 1939
WISEMAN, HELEN-Mustang Club, 2, 3, 4, Argentian
Staff, 3, 4, Librarian, 3, Class Officer, Treasurer, l,
Social Problems, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 4.
WILKES, ROBERT-Art Club, l, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4,
Glee Club, 4, Student Council, l.
WRIGHT, DEAN-Basketball, 2, Leadership Club, l, 2.
WILLIAMS, WILFORD-Football, 4, "A" Club, 4, Mus-
tang Club, 4, Glee Club, 4, Social Problems, 3, Lead-
ership Club, 4.
WINTERSTEEN, BILL-Art Club, l, Mustang Club, 2, 3,
4, Glee Club, 4, Student Council, l, International Re-
lations, 4, Social Problems, 4.
WIRE, ROY-Football, l, 3, 4, "A" Club, 4, Mustang Club,
4, Glee b, 2, 3, Track, 4, Golf, 3, Band, l, 2, 3, 4,
I t r onal Relations, 4, Social Problems, 3, Lead-
Club, 4. ,
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BURGE, RICHARD-Mustang Club, 4, Treasurer, 4,
Iunio-r Play, Senior Play, Basketball, l, Argentian
Staff, 2, 3, 4, Student Council, 2, 4, Debate Squad, 4,
Class Officer, Vice-president, 2, 3, Leadership Club,
2, 3, 4, President, 4, Press Club, National Honor So-
GUFFEY, BILL4-Washington Rural High School: Foot-
ball, l, 2, 3, 4, Club, 2, 3, 4, Basketball, l, 2, 3,
4, Baseball, l, Tennis, l, 2, 3, Glee Club, 2, 3, Track,
2, 3, Student Council, l, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer, Vice-
President, l, 2, International Relations, 3, Social Prob-
MCGREGOR, NOLAN-Iunior Play, Glee Club, 3.
PETRIK, MARGARET-Dropped School.
WHITE, FLORENCE-Dropped School.
STEPHENSON, RUSSELL-Basketball, 2, Tennis, 3, 4,
Band, 1, 2, 3, 4, International Relations, 4, Social Prob-
STIGALL, IUANITA-Glee Club, 4, Girl Reserves, 3, 4,
Girls' Athletic Association, 1, Social Problems, 3.
STUMPF, DWIGHT-Art Club, 3, 4.
TUSH, GILBERT-Football, 1,1 Basketball, 1, 2, Track, 1,
2, 4, International Relations, 3.
TEEGARDEN, PATRICIA-Glee Club, 4, Social Prob-
TERRY, LORRAINE-Art Club, 1, 3, Glee Club, 3, Girls'
Athletic Association, l, 2, Social Problems, 3.
THOMAN, BETTY-Mustang Club, 4, Press Club, 4,
Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Editor, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4,
Typing Squad, 3, 4, Class Officer, Secretary, 3, 4,
Girls' Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3, Leadership Club,
2, 3, 4, Numeral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club, 2, 3, 4,
Basketball, 1, 2, 3, National Honor Society, 4, President.
THORP, IOHN Foo ball, 1, , , Co-captain, 4, "A"
Club, 2, 3 - ' d t, - Club, 3, 4,
Basketb ,,,, 4, T ac , 1, 2, 3, 4, Leadership
VANDERWELL, MARGARET-Annual Staff, Argentian
Staff, 2, 3, 4, Leadership Club, 4.
VARGAS, AMBROSE-Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader-
ship Club, 4. .
WATE , RYSTAL- t lu , , ang lub, 4, G
Clu , 1 1 b-
WEBB, THOMAS-Football, 2.
WELLS, HAROLD I
WENDT, MARY-Girl.,Reserves, 4. is
WENTLING, LOUISE+A'nnudl3'Staff, Editor, Press Club,
4, Argentian Staff, 2, 3, 4, ,Girl Reserves, 3, 4, Typing
Squad, 3, Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, Interna-
tional Relations, 3, Leadership Club, 3, 4, Office
Work, 4, Librarian, 3, Mustang Club, 4, National Honor
Society, 4. ,
WESTFALL, BETTY-Girls' "A" Club, 3, 4: Mustang Club
2, 3, 4, President, 4, lunior Play, Senior Play, Argen
tian Staff, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, 2, 3
4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Student Council, 3, Sec
retary, 3, Girls' Athletic Association, l, 2, 3, 4, Secre
tary, 2, Vice-President, 3, Leadership Club, 3, 4, Num
Class Officer, lficfe-President, 2, NC1iiO1'1Ci1 Honor SO
CLASS OF 1939
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W 0 R K
CLASS The sophomore class was again this year the largest
OF in the school with an enrollment ot lU5 girls and l42
9 The officers ot the class were: lack Moore, president,
Doris Green, vice-presidentg Eleanor Cottrell, secre-
tary, Leota Vaughn, treasurer, and Lee Burns, cheer
leader. Doris has been vice-president for two consecutive years
and secretary the other two years she attended junior high school.
Cathleen Boris and lack Bouse were members ot the Student
Two members, Bob Terry and l-larold May, played on the first
team in basketball. Twenty-one boys were on the sophomore
intra-mural team. '
Three sophomores represented the school at the Kansas Univer-
sity Music contest. They were: Danny Shupp, hornist, Billy Brazier,
trumpeter, and lack Bouse, trombonist. Doris Green was their
Beaumont, K. Elliott.
Caster, Elkins, Barrett.
Atnayo, Chappelle, Ayrault
Evans, Clevenger, Browne.
ner, Magnenat, Iansen.
E. Kissinger, Koup.
t First Row-Devanney, Cervant B1 d
G. Berns, Brown, Couch Brazier
Engle, Baker, Aiman, Cowperthwait
Second Row-Cottrell, Boris Breese
Easley, N. Barnes, Adams Duke Bader
DeSuere, M. Barnes, Berry.
Third Row-Coats, Card, Barnett Dias
Anderson, Cleaver, Buffington Cobble
Fourth Row-Condron, B. Cartrnill I
Cartmill, DeMeyer, Dean, Ashcraft
Fifth Row-Brink, Antos, Bunce Beard
Sixth Row-C. Elliott, Brauner Athey
Seventh Row-Bouse, Bogue Corb tt
First Row-Kitterrnan, McGhee Kin
naird, Grirn, Ferguson, Harris Gregory
Larnb, Luna, Favours, Gregg
Second Row-Lozano, Littleheld Field
Metz, Miller, Iohnson, Hoke Layman
Third Row-F. Hernandez, Koch E
Lynch, L. Hernandez, Freeland For
iester, Morrison, B. Lynch, Hagemann
Fourth Row-Hinds, lenkins M Kis
singer, Mangels, Lillich, King Ke sh
Filth Row-Mahr, Monteil, Iohnson
Landrey, A Green, 'Messinger Larnble
Sixth Row-Mitchell, Greenup C ner
nandez, Harding, Goodrich Huggins
Seventh Row-McDermott, Iairne Kent
Hartegan, Ferreira, Gomez, Kelso
Eighth Row-Mankin, Marvine Miller
The junior class with 24l members was the second
largest class in the school.
The officers were: Eugene Copeland, presidentg B. I.
Atkinson, Vice-presidentg Betty Perkins, secretaryg
Evelyn Bruce, treasurer, and Mildred Darnell, cheer
t leader. .
The two members oi the Student Council were: Claire Arnold,
vice-president, and Anna lrloltman.
First Row-E. Bruce, B. Duggins, Bab-
cock, Cromwell, Bonnett, Duncan,
Ayalla, G. Bruce, Baker, Chandler.
Second Row-N. Duggins, Dennis, Cur-
ran, DeLeersnyder, Erter, Dickerson,
L. Cook, Bottum, Burr, Cole.
Third Row-Carpenter, Berry, H. Cook,
Coxen, Deitz, Ely, Cassidy, Fudge,
Fourth Row-Adamson, Copeland, Fish-
er, R. Foster, Crew, Arnold, Buckman,
Fifth Row-Eldridge, Clark, Canter-
bury, Davis, Dillon, Aiman, Corriston,
Sixth Row-Burke, W. Foster, Brown,
Coons, Becker, Childs, Debane, Bras-
Seventh Row-M. Bruce, Burns, Bris-
coe, Easley, I. Cook, Atkinson, Arm-
Eighth Row-Ferreira, Fuller, Doyle,
Connor, Brower, Elliott.
First Row--Holthouse, C. McMillen
Martinez, Mock, odie, E. McMil1en:
jones, E. Gutierrez, Maxwell, Normile,
Second Row-McGivern, Martin, Hogan,
McCormick, Ieffries, Ketchum, McKis-
ick, G. Long, Mastelletto, R. Lawson.
Third Row-Maddox Ha emann C.
I Q 1
Harris, Hays, Griffith, Knowles, E
Lynn, Leake, R. Harris.
Fourth Row - lngwersen, Kallaras
Lundberg, Mairs, Harkness, A. Long:
Fifth Row-Hills, McClanahan, Larson
I.-Lynn, Kuttler, Keith, Gower, Holt-I
Sixth Row-Liebig, Morris, Holmes, C.
Maxim, Lee, Liston, Lovelace, M.
Seventh Row--A. Harris, V. johnson,
McHenry, O. Gutierrez, McCurdy, Mc-
Leod, D. Long, Monroe.
Eighth Row-McGhan, McCray, Neher,
S. Lawson, Iayme, Lemberger, King.
Ninth Row-G. johnson, Marquez,
Hack, Mitchell, Oehlert.
First Row-Reed, Nash, Rangel, Simons
Petzold, Rice, Sudduth, R. Spencer,
Stephan, Vergouven, E. Smith.
Second Row-Stewart, Pappas, Tron-
coso, South, Stubbs, Shalinsky, Zan-
atta, Warner, Tisdel, Puckett.
Third Row-Wade Slau hter Shartran,
I g 1
H. Smith, Wilson, Waters, Wendt
Fourth Row-Summers, Perkins, Wat-
kins, Vest, Vernon, B. Smith, Scott
Fifth Row-G. Smith, Tush, D. Weber
Sewell, Stine, Savage, R. Rock.
Sixth Row-Parcell, Speers, Todd
Swinehart, Paxton, Spears, Tucker
Seventh Row-C. Smith, Ramsey, Win-
ters, Robinson, leffries, L. Spencer,
Eighth Row-Van Mol, A. Weber
Whiteley, Saunders, Wiyninger, Tab
berer, Iibbitt, Payne.
Thirty-tive of the thirty-nine juniors enrolled
in the second year journalism class had
positions on the Argentian statt.
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W 0 R K
CLASS The freshman class had l93 memloers. Cf these 88
OF were girls and lU5 were looys. lt was the third largest
1942 class in the school.
The students who had class offices were: Bill Stice,
' president, Charles Chase, vice-president, Shirley
Pooker, secretary, Warren Follett, treasurer, Dorothy
Cromwell-and lames N ormile, cheer leaders.
Other class members who had outstanding positions were: lane
Sellers, Student Council memloerg Alice Bose Shankland, vice-
president of Campfire, Bill Stice, president of the lunior l-ligh Lead-
ership Clulo, and Bololoy Griffith, an important position on the
Seventeen freshmen were enrolled in either loand or senior high
6 First Row-Casey. Ackors, Bradbury
Briggs, DeVriese, Clark, Barr, Duggins
5 E. Fisher, Davis, E. Fisher, Cromwell
E Second Row-Corrnan, Crane, Becker
Agee, Brink, Brown, Ashlock.
roll, Ferguson, Caudron, Blasche.
Fourth Row-Burns, Daniels, B. Chase
Fifth Row-Ely, Brewer, Atkinson
' Crocker, Clauder, Beth, Clay, Bass.
Sixth Row-D. Fisher, Crowder, Fenski,
Seventh Row-Adamson, C. Chase,
Bruns, Dodds, Caster, Curnutte.
Fir-t Row-H. Hoover, Gipson, Ger-
hardt, lngraham, Ludwig, C. Mar-
tinez, Moore, Mahr, Maxwell, King,
Second Row-Griffith, Lehman, F.
Lewis, Harvey, Fredericks, Madison,
Iohns, McHenry, Liera, Loya.
Third Row-Gardner, F. Lewis, Lynch,
McLeod, Hanes, Landis, Newport,
Fourth Row-Holtman, Iohnson, lvloclr,
North, Leonard, R. Iones, Hontz, Hor-
Fifth Row-G. Martinez, D. noover,
Gilles, Follett, Lovelace, Meeker, Hall,
Sixth Row-Lemberger, Miller, I. Tones,
Hays, Madl, Overly, Hopkins, Moore.
Seventh Row-McDougall, Krouse
Hall, Hutchinson, Gibson.
Firgt Row-Pooker, Schooling, Varner,
Stott, Paine, Speers, Wintersteen,
Shupp, Tilden, Schiebel.
Second Row-Shrader, Warren, Wil-
son, Shalinsky, Snodgrass, Ulm, War-
rington, Wiseman, Rogers, Teegarden.
Third Row-Yount, Simpson, Rosas,
Shoal, Townsend, Robinson, Steyaert,
Fourth Row-Weaver, Tush, Van Mol,
Wickersharn, Southerland, Studdard,
Fifth Rnw-N. Petersen, Stephenson,
Payne, Timmerman, Terry, Shankland,
Sixth Row-Stirling, Salazer, A. Peter-
son, Sullivan, Rutledge, Stumpf, Ras-
Seventh Row-Sauceda, Vergouven,
Porter, Regan, Purinton, Teufler.
Eiqhth Row-Watkins, Warner, Pena,
i Beton, Crossley, Decker, Beemont,
Third Row-Bierman, Denys, Cunning-
ham, Dudley, DeVeney, Buckley, Car-
Coons, Anderson, Alumbaugh, Delga-
Favrow, Coleman, Carrender, Charn-
With a skit entitled i'Little Abner", the class won iirst CLASS
prize in the student category in the annual stunt night QF
Social activities were limited to a party at the Parish I
House in the tall and a picnic in the spring..
program and third place in the stunt assembly.
The composite girl ot the class is tive teet, two and one-
halt inches tall, and weighs ll3 pounds. She has medium brown
hair and wears it with curls on top. She wears a size lil blue
sweater and skirt, and size tive and one-halt oxford. Her hobbies
are dancing, skating, swimming, and reading.
The average boy is tive teet, seven inches tall, and weighs l25
pounds. He has curly black hair and blue eyes. His tavorite cos-
tume consists ot blue trousers and a blue slip-over sweaterf His
tavorite recreation is the movies. '
Doris Green won the prize tor the best dressed kid in the annual
Kid and Hobo day contest.
Again this year the sophomore journalism class had iull charge
ot publication of the titteenth issue ot the Argentian. '
First How-H. Markiewicz, A. Markie
wicz, Moore, Payton, Morlan, Myers
McDonald, McGhan, Mattox, Perkins
Second Row-Piehler, Pruitt, Robert-
son, Puckett, M. Miller, Rendleman
Oropeza, Richardson, Rich, Purinton.
Third Row-Mendez, Pollock, Porras
Owen, Mostatta, Reese, Keith, I. Mc-
C N' h l
rary, ic os.
F th R -P M n Michel
our ow rovas, orga ,
R. Miller, Reed, Meyer, Lunday, Pat-
Fifth Row-Ramirez, May, Kirnler, Mill-
house, Hahner, Pacheco, Harris, May-
Sixth Row-Howell, Pena, Moore, Par-
sons, Hughes, Morlan, E. Rice.
Seventh Row-Rafferty, McKitterick
Mock, A. Rice. 4
First Row-L. Shupp, Smeltzer, Schroed-
er, Schierbaum, Vaughn, Waresback
Speaks, W. Smith, G. Steven. 1
Second Row-I. White, Terry, W. Smith
Vargas, M. Webb, Ruckman, Payne
Stumpf, Steding, Stoker, Watkins.
Third Row-VanBuskirk, Yowell, Saler
H. Webb, D. Shupp, Wentling, Shan-
non, Turner, Stokes.
Fourth Row-Woolard, Roller, Yonts,
F. Stevens, Patrick, D. Smith, Salts,
Wh't l St .
Fiith Row-Shirley, R. White, Vassar
Small, Wiyninger, Singleton, Willard:
Sixth Row-Thomas, F. White, Stephen-
son, Wildman, Tiner, Teegarden.
Seventh Row-Swift, Samuels, Servos
W 0 R K
CLASS The l62 seventh grade students chose the following
OF class leaders: Bill Nations, president, Billie Daugherty,
vice-president, Alice Aiman, secretary, Marilyn Adam-
1944 son, treasurerg and Donald Braun, cheer leader.
Timmy Farnham, Carl Mayhew, Frank Mitchell, Wayne
Whistler, and the class officers represented their class
in the lunior l-ligh Leadership Club. Wayne Whistler was also the
seventh grade representative in the Student Council.
The class had its annual party in the spring. The seventh grade
assemblies were continued this year. The program was partici-
pated in by seventh grade students only. The students taking
chorus were in the lunior High Cperetta.
The students took three twelve-week courses this year instead of
two semester courses. The girls took clothing, chorus, and study.
The boys took woodwork, chorus, and study.
Donald' Braun, cheer leader of the seventh grade, received the
honor of being elected president of the Foreign Correspondence
Club, a new organization in the school this year.
land, Morris, P. Waters.
with, Taylor, Todd.
Vest, Whiles, Stanley, Ritter
Magill, Warren, Standish.
I First Row-Crawford, Hausler Carroll
l Allison, Lawson, Jones, Comes Hauk
Bendure, Gastineau, Crowder M
Second Row-Fry, Hicks, King Grif
fin, Eckard, lohnson, Brown Ferguson
Third Row-Fugate, Briggs Hoskins
Borders, Iohnson, Gray, Barratt Hol
singer, Heinson, Braun, H. Couch
Fourth Row-Henry, Ervin Ghr st
Brown, Griffin, Ieffries, Hawkins
Favrow, Aiman, Dougherty.
Fifth Row-Iohnson, Lentz Bouse
Geeding, Lincoln, Bush, I Ieff1eS
Sixth Row-Adamson, Dodds Greenlee
Gillespie, Eoff, Cornel, Alcorn Fuler
Seventh Row-Armstrong, Allan Knter
man, Larson, Bounds, Farnham French
Eighth Row-Angleton, Anderton D1 h
man Blick Gos tt
, , se .
First Row-E. Roberts, Fullerton Wm
tersteen, Long, Sturnpt, McMahon
Purinton, Tarver, H. Smith, Wohlford
Second Row-McGee, Stumpf Valen
tine, Prather, Norman, McDonald Mc
Williams, Peek, Smashey, Pountam
Third Row-South, Woolard C Nay
hew, Rogers, Simons, Wilkerson Stand
ish, F. Williams, Moore, Ryan
Fourth Row-Whistler, Payne Wlng
McDaniel, R. Miller, Nation Soutl er
Fifth Row-Moody, E. Parker Sanders
Sewell, Monroe, M. Miller, McCorl
Sixth Row-Wire, Shoaf, Matnev R
Williams, Samuels, Valentine Long
Seventh Row-Lunday, Spengler Lund
berg, Mitchell, V. Waters, Moberly
Stuart, C. Mayhew, Ninemlre Terry
Eighth Row-Matney, R. Smith Teague
Myers, P. Smith, Phelps, G Parker
For the second consecutive year Ierry Moore headed CLASS
her class as -president. Other class officers were Iames Ol:-
Norwood, vice-president, Mildredfteynolds, secretary,
Bud Cassidy, treasurer, and Pauline Crabaugh, cheer' 1943
The eighth grade class of l62 students was represented .
in the .Student Council and the Leadership Club by Bud Cassidy,
Francis Doyle, Herbert l-loover, Shirley Herrick, laniece leffries,
Ierry Moore, lames Norwood, Stanley Peterson, Mildred Reynolds,
and Willis Westfall.
This year the eighth grade class took three twelve-week courses
instead of the usual two semester courses. The girls took art,
clothing, and educational guidance. The boys took elementary
mechanical drawing, trades information, and educational guid-
Under the sponsorship of Miss Lillian lessup, geography instruc-
tor, about seventy students interested in foreign correspondence
organized a club which was open to both seventh and eighth
Girls in the clothing classes made dresses and small curtains.
ln former years the girls hemmed towels and made aprons.
First Row-Curnutte,' Hauk, Griffith
Green, Despain, Bruce, Crawford
Fisher, Bruns, Fitch, Ely, Horst.
S d R -H d , I ', F nk
econ ow u son arvis ra
Ferguson, Herrick, Gift, Dickerson
Gorsage, Crabaugh, L. Arnold, Hale
Third Row-Hoover, Clark, Hogan
Gore, Grim, Garrett, Evans, Gorman
Fourth Row-Brys, Belk, Gallup, Eck-
ard, Fanning, Harris, V. Hontz, Hardy
Fifth Row-Brunk, Harvey, Hays
Ilillurnis, Bodam, Hahner, Gelvin
uyc , Iones
Sixth Row-E. Arnold, Bernitz, Derring-
ton, Ieffries, Brown, Bastel, Hiatt
Borders, Hans, Kern.
Seventh Row-Fisher, Doyle, Croy,
Cassidy, Kemper, Atchley, Boydston.
Eighth Row-G. Hontz, Connor, Com-
ley, Glass, Feagans.
First Row-Mitchell, I. Moore, Lem-
berger, Keating, Norwood, McGhan
Ieffries, Kern, D. Miller, Sebo, Russell
Second Row-D. Moore, Messinger,
Mears, McHenry, N. Smith, Warner
Scarlett, Shutt, Sparks, Petersen.
Third Row--Westfall, Mercer, Markula
M. Smith, Perry, Stinson, Minnix, Pet-
zold, B. Miller, Salmon.
Fourth Row-Riggs, Winchell, Peek
Singleton, Littlefield, Matthews, Teel
P k' R l.
er ms, ange
Fifth Row-Hardy, Loeb, VanHorn,
Keith, Pugh, Rollins, Odle, Swinney.
Sixth Row-Morrison, Yates, Tush,
McFarland, Schuchmann, Taylor, Spen-
gler, Winn, Reynolds.
Seventh Row-lones, I. Smith, Wol-
from, Phipps, Worsham, Lantz, Morgan
I. Smith, Long.
STUDENT The Student Council, operating for the third year
CQUNCIL under the new systern of nine rnernloers, two from
each senior high class and one trorn each junior
high class, was a planning instead of an acting
organization and devoted much of its time to look-
ing torward and preparing tor next year when the new annex and
stadium facilities will loe availalole. The Council planned the dedi-
cation of both the additions. Also it was co-sponsor ot the annual
stunt night and stunt assernloly programs.
TYPING Eleven second years students and sixteen first year
SQUAUD students composed the typing team this year.
g The team entered both the tirst and second year divi-
sions ot the tenth consecutive Kansan Trophy contest
held tor high schools in this district. Students were
also entered in the Pittsburg typing contest
Last year the tearn won double first places in the Kansan Trophy
contest, tor looth speed and accuracy.
First Row-Whistler, Westfall, I. C
Harmon, sponsor, Boris, Bouse.
Second Row-Burge, Holtman, Arnold
First Row-Iones, Webb, Simpson
Bruce, Dietz, Payne, Harkness, Lynn.
ran, Scott, Perkins, Arnold, Fudge.
Third Row-Whiteley, Heckman, Baker
Penny, Partonnar, Hultz.
Fourth Row-Lemberger, Thoman
Hoke, Bender, Corbett, McLeod, Long
structor, Wells, Spears.
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Second Row-Roberts, Matthews, Shart-
Fifth Row-Atkinson, G. C. Brink, in-
Parliamentary procedure was the subject of LEADERSHIP
the first three me t' fth ' h' hid -
ership Club. e ings o e senior ig ead CLUB
The Leadership Club of Argentine l-ligh School
was composed of class presidents, the upper
twenty-five per cent of the senior class, home room chairmen, club
officers, athletic captains, and the editors and business managers
of the school publications. The group passed the information
gained at club meetings on to the student body. .
The object of the club, which was sponsored by I. C. l-larmon,
principal, was to unify the activities of the school, and to study
social and moral guidance from the standpoint of the students
and the school. ,
Those selected as club officers Were: Richard Burge, president,
George McDonald, vice-president, and lohn McGraw, secretary.
George McDonald, vice-president, was chairman of a committee
to investigate and report any uncitizenlike attitude on the part of
former or present students. .
First Row Hoke, Alumbaugh, Duggins,
Nichols, Heckrnan, Westfall, Cartmill
Coleman, Madl, Gomez.
Second Row-Moore, Wendt, Berns
Bruce, Small, Ritter, Brink, Ladenburg
er, Maybell. '
Third Row-Markiewicz, Holtman, Hultz
Arnold, Roberts, Goodrick, Bunch
Fourth Row-Vargas, Copeland, Bell-
man, Southerland, Thoman, Reagan
Fifth Row-McDonald, McGee, Thorp
Curran, Childs, Fredericks, Barnes.
Sixth Row-Leslie, Morrison, Tabberer
Seventh Row-Wire, May, Chase, Croy
Males, Locke, Whiteley.
Eighth Row-Spears, Bouse, DeMeyer
Wells, Garcia, Atkinson, Wentling.
First Row-Pooker, Shupp, Cromwell
Presley, Chambers, Lawson, Normile
Second Row-Smith, Roman, Fogle-song
Whistler, Mayhughg Paine, Doyle
Hoover, Norwood, Westfall.
Third Row-Berns, Moore, Aiman
Daugherty, Cook, Riggs, Crabaugh
Fourth Row-McMillen, Adamson, Dar-
nell, Evans, Brewer, Harkness, Vaughn
Fifth Row-Sparks, Ieftries, Reynolds
Vanderwell, Posten, Richey, Goodrick
Green, Turner, Mankin.
Sixth Row-Cottrell, Gilles, D. Follett
Burge, Gilles, P. Liston, Stanley.
SPEECH Extemporaneous speaking, in addition to prepared
CLASS talks, was stressed in the speech class this year.
Every Eriday was devoted to griping and was known
' as "Gripe Day".
Members ot the speech class participated in twelve
tormal debates, winning tive oi them. A group trom the class made
talks tor the Community Chest campaign.
ln the annual Stunt assembly, the speech class tied tor first place
and won second place among the student groups at the Stunt
night program. '
THIRD The policy tor years of the journalism students
YEAR has been to back the school in all that it under-
takes. Through the school paper and the year-
IOURNALISM book a thorough knowledge ot the school
0 activities is presented to the parents and other
students in the school.
For three consecutive years the school has won a medalist rating
in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Contest. This is an
honor that is not tully appreciated until it is known that only 7l
school papers out ot l,U7O win such an award.
First Row-Scovill, Martinez, Gilles
Westfall, Burge, Heckman, McDonald
Second Row-McMillen, Evans, Elliott
Vernon, Simpson, Cissel, Wilson, Engle
Third Row-Smith, Allison, Thoman
McGraw, Ninemire, Maybell, Nichols
Fourth Row-Cornelius, Spears, I. C
Shankland, instructor, Mock, Athey.
First Row-Alumbaugh, Southerland
McCurdy, Vanderwell, McDonald, Stan-
Second Row-Wilkes, Richey, Wentling
Sellers, Ritter, Heckman, Thoman.
Third Row-Strong, Peppers, Wiseman,
Schiebel, Bailey, Lynch, Beaumont,
Mankin, Cartrnill, Westfall.
Fourth Row-Small, Ladenburger, Phil-
lips, Presley, Brink, Madl, Paine, Hoke.
Fifth Row--Burge, Gilles.
Fortv-six studentswere members oi the junior high IUNIOR
Honor Society which was organized six years ago. HIGH
The members ot this group are chosen by the in- HQNQR
structors ot the junior high school. Each teacher SOCIETY
makes ot list oi deserving students, then ot meeting
is held at which the tinorl membership is compiled. 9
The number usually includes ten per cent ot the
tototl clotss members..The students gre chosen on the basis ot
scholarship, leadership, service to the school, and character.
A letter is awarded each student who enters the group.
Creative work, stressed this year, resulted in the making ART
ot mural posters tor the Boy Scouts o:nd folders tor the CLUB
school banquets. Work was exhibited at the state teach-
ers' convention, both libraries, and the annual spring '
display. A A .
The Art Club was made up ot the junior and senior high art classes.
A new plan was tried this year to get the junior high students
interested in art work. The plan consisted ot twelve-week courses
instead ot the regular semester course.
IUNIOR HIGH HONOR SOCIETY I
First Row-Tilden, Warner, Sparks,
Gregg, H. Hoover, I. Perkins, Herrick,
Mitchell, Moore, Cromwell.
Second Row-M. Shupp, Perry, Hahner,
Wiseman, Pooker, F. Perkins, Ferguson,
Schierbaurn, Vaughn, Brazier.
Third Row-Gomez, Lewis, Puckett,
Evans, Gorman, Anderson, jenkins, H.
Fourth Row-Long, Webb, D. Shupp,
Stice, Coats, Wickersharn, P. Hoover,
Fifth Row-D. Hoover, Rutledge, Lan-
drey, Gilles, Ayrault.
Sixth Row-Morlan, Bouse, Borders.
First Row-Hontz, Hudson, Yates, Pet-
zold, Perkins, Eckard, Hardy, Crabaugh,
Smith, Curnutte, Hale.
Second Row-Bromley, Fitch, Beau-
mont, Spencer, McMillen, Riggs, Deck-
er, Ellerman, Peek, Maxwell.
Third Row-Wilson, Coxen, Blasche,
H th D All' Burr Lentz, P
ea , enys, 1son, , -
Fredericks, M. Arnold, Varner.
Fourth Row-Dickerson, Gorsuch, Gore,
E. Arnold, Stevens, Lundberg, Laden-
burger, McCaulley, D. Frederlcks.
Fifth Row-Hogan, Clarke, Hinds,
Sturnpf, Gutierrez, Morrison, Bastel,
Sixth Row-Smith, Phipps, Bernitz, MC'
Farland, Erter, Miss Maude Hewitt, in-
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
'24-Football gameg Argentine vs. Turnerg here.
29-Fourth Fall Music program.
30-Football gameg Argentine
-Football gameg Argentine
l5-Football gameg Argentine
22-Football gameg Argentine
25-Activities Parade and the
28-Football gameg Argentine
3-Football gameg Argentine
ll-Football gameg Argentine
l8-P.-T. A. Carnival.
l-P.-T. A. Fathers' night.
16-Basketball ame- Ar entine vs.
Vs. Osawatomieg there.
vs. Rosedaleg here.
vs. Leavenworthg here.
-Kansas Day at the American Royal.
vs. Olatheg here.
crowning of the Football Queen.
vs. Wyandotteg there.
vs. Shawnee Missiong there.
vs. Atchisong there.
Washington Ruralg there.
g I g A
17-Basketball gameg Argentine vs
22-Basketball gameg Argentine vs.
222Ianuary 3-Christmas holidays.
Bonner Springsg there.
Dodge Cityg here. '
Leavenworthg here. Mixer.
Olatheg here. Mixer.
Shawnee Missiong here. Mixer
6-Basketball game Argentine vs.
7-Basketball game, Argentine vs.
14-Basketball game, Argentine vs.
20-Basketball game Argentine vs.
21-Basketball game Argentine vs.
27-Basketball gameg Argentine vs
l-Press Club assembly.
3-Basketball gameg Argentine vs.
ll-Basketball gameg Argentine vs.
l7-Basketball gameg Argentine vs.
l7-P.-T. A. Founders' Day program.
Basketball gameg Argentine vs. Rosedaleg here. Mixer.
Basketball gameg Argentine vs. Olatheg there.
CContinued on page forty-sevenl
The Argentine lunior-Senior high school PARENT-
Parent-Teacher Association during this year, TEACHER
retained the rating of a standard unit of the ASSOCIA-I-ICN
National Congress. .
As the rnain objective for the year special
efforts were made to increase the interest of
fathers in the school and its activities, loy sponsoring three fathers'
Other objectives under the auspices of the association were visit-
ing day and the fourth annual rninstrel.
The Parent-Teacher chorus was sponsored again and student aid
The officers for l938-39 Were: Mrs. Leroy Arnold, presidentg Mrs.
W. G. l-lagernann, first vice-presidentg Mrs. O. Z. Lasiter, second
vice-presidentg Mrs. T. M. Long, secretaryg and Mrs. C. W. Bouse,
The officers-elect of the association for l939-40 are: Mrs. W. G.
l-lagernann, presidentg Mrs. O. Z. Lasiter, first vice-presidentg Mrs.
D. A. Ghrist, second vice-presidentg Mrs. l. O. Yovvell, secretaryg
and Mrs. P. l-l. Engel, treasurer.
MRS. LEROY ARNOLD
Speech class stunt l-lobby Club
Santa Claus Cheer leaders Track
. . PLAY. .
ORCHESTRA The orchestra was composed ot thirty-three
AND members. lack Bellman was chosen concert
During the year the orchestra played tor the
lunior and Senior plays, numerous assemblies,
the operetta, the style show, music week, and
radio broadcasts. Both classical and modern types ot music were
played during the year.
The band was composed ot 65 members who played two night
concerts, three broadcasts over station KCKN, and at the Parent-
Teachers' Association Founders' day program in the Wyandotte
l-ligh School. Dale Sparks was head drum major with Earl Hodges
and Billy Brazier as assistant drum majors. . A
The Band Boosters' Club, composed of mothers of the band mem-V
bers, held their meetings once a month. The oiiicers ot the club
were: Mrs. Boss Basmussen, president, Mrs. V. E. Crocker, vice-
president, Mrs. George Beard, secretary, and Mrs. D. C. Braun,
The pep band was composed ot twenty-tive members of the band
who played at all ot the league basketball games. '
l. Airnan, Barnett, Caster.
Hanes, Bouse, Card, Hays.
Mock, Richey, Bird.
Fourth Row-Barnes, Green
First Row-Ramsey, Parcell Lovelace
Stephenson, S. Airman, L. Cook
Second Row-Speers, I. Cook Dicker
son, Mattox, Copeland, Brazier Fleet
wood, Shupp, Iones, Stubbs McCray
Third Row-McLeod, Layman Davis
Strong, Hills, Perkins, H. Cook Lau
dron, Chambers, Nickum, Swinehart
Fourth Row-Hodges, Sauer Brown
North, Ackors, Landery, Maddox Berns
Swift, Beard, Morlan, Samuels Crock
er, Rasmussen, H. McHenry Woolard
Fifth Row-Barnes, Green Spa
Erie, Lynn, B. McHenry, Mahr Lancis
First Row-Cottrell, Bellman G Hoke
Second Row-D. Long, Lee T Long
Todd, Perkins, Savage, Brazier Shu p
3 Garrett, Lambie, L. Hoke, Lasiter
, Third Row-Foster, Gerhardt School
ing, Reed, Coats, Beard, Whiteley
Sparks, Presley, McHenry Nickurn
Football fans Football team in action
Basketball game Senior P1067
Sports, clubs, plays, pro-
grams, music, and social
activities off er students
many opportunities for
The proceeds of the an-
nual stunt assembly in
which school organiza-
tions took part Went
towards the purchase of
band uniforms. The
l-lobby Clubis open to
junior boys and helps
them to make good' use of
their leisure time. School
mixers followed home
games and provided so-
cial enjoyment. Radio
programs offer students
opportunities to test out
talent for that kind of
Work. Athletics keeps the
students h e althy and
serves as entertainment.
The pep organization
takes the lead in promot4
ing school spirit. Candid
caught students at Work
and at play. Santa Claus
CC. L. Richards? furnished
entertainment for the stu-
dents before Christmas.
FOQTBALL With only four lettermen returning this year
, Coach l. C. Lonborg brought forth one of the
. strongest- teams he has produced in his eight
years at Argentine. The Mustang team was composed of a pow-
erful forward wall and a versatile haclcfield that suffered the loss
of only one encounter, that to Wyandotte by a score of 7 to U.
The Mustangs rode to easy victories over Turner and Osawatomie,
defeating the former l9 to U and the latter 2l to U. The next contest,
the first league loattle with Rosedale, did not prove such a "push
over", however. The Mustangs were forced to produce their
whole bag of tricks to defeat the Wildcats l4 to U. Considered from
a scoring standpoint the next game was even closer, the final
count against the Leavenworth Pioneers loeing' 6 to U.
Throughout the first four games the Mustangs had not allowed
any opponent to cross their goal line. This record was shattered,
however, when the Olathe Eagles completed a pass into the end
zone in the final quarter of a game in which the Argentians
triumphed lil to 6. '
After the fatal Wyandotte encounter, the Mustangs vented their
rage on a hapless triloe of Shawnee Mission lndians, administer-
ing to them a 33 to U trouncing. Then they journeyed to Atchison
and also demonstrated their ,power against the Redmen, the score
standing at 40 to 6.
The Mustangs completed their season in a most pleasing manner.
They placed eight men on the all-city team, seven on the North-
east Kansas team, and one., Iohn Thorp, on the all-state team.
' SCHEDULE OF GAMES PLAYED
Sept, Argentine .... 19 Turner ............... ........ U
Sept Argentine .... 21 Osawatomie .............. 0
Oct. Argentine .... Rosedale ......... ....... U
Oct. Argentine .... , Leavenworth .............. 0
Oct. Argentine .... Olathe ................,..,,,,... 6
Oct. Argentine .... Wyandotte ............ 7
Nov. Argentine .... 33 Shawnee Mission ...... 0
Nov. Argentine .... 40 Atchison ................ 6
- Page Forty
First Row-Schiebel, Wire, Williams
Iarneson, Doyle, Curran, Leep, Childs
Second Row-Reynolds, B. Woolard
Cornelius, Thorp, McGraw, P. Gilles
Brower, Fredericks, Ieffries.
Third Row-Mattox, Wintersteen, Stine
Hagemann, D. Gilles, Davis, Kuttler
Wilhm, Maybell, Morgan, Hawver.
Fourth Row-T. Woolard, Clay, Aiman
Barr, Bass, Peterson, Reed.
Fifth Row-Gower, Condron, Kane
Hoover, Hall, Mitchell, Shirley.
Sixth Row'-Turner, Rich, Monroe
Hughes, Swift, Strong, Patrick.
Seventh Row-Becker, Cook, Smith
Despain, Coons, Bouse, McCurdy
Pacheco, May, McDonald, Ferriera.
Eighth Row-I. C. Lonborg, coach
Mendez, Elkins, Meade, Elliott, Tucker
The enrollment ot the combined Boys' and Girls' Clee BOYS'
Clubs was lU5. lt was larger than that ot any previous AND
glee club at Argentine. GIRLS,
An operetta entitled, 'lThe Beaver Trail", was pre- GLEE
sented March 2 and 3. The girls who had singing roles CLUBS
were: Adele Brewer, Mary lane Coleman, Eileen Mc- o
Millen, Nadyne Nichols, and Betty lane Westfall. The
boys who had singing roles were: lack Bellman, Bobert
Blythe, Kenneth Cromwell, lack Peppers, Billy Phillips, and Dale
Sparks. The boys who had speaking parts were: lack Lemburger,
Bob Maxim, and lack Schooling.
The proceeds from this presentation were given to the music
The officers ot the Girls' Glee Club were: Adele Brewer, president,
Pearl Reagan, vice-president, Kitty l-lughes, secretary, Mae Etta
Blair, treasurerjand Crystal Waters and Frances Long, librarians.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
First Row-McMil1en, Bradbury, Cole-
man, Dix, Cassidy, Sudduth, Stigall,
Paine, Pierce, Barrett, Mock, Chandler,
Crossley, McCurcly, Ely, Hayes, Grif-
fith, Fudge, Pollock, Cowperthwait.
Second Row-Burr, Odle, White, Deitz,
Puckett, Evans, Brewer, Teegarden,
Nichols, Ritter, Crew, Buckrnan, Ket-
chum, Small, Maybell, Hogan, Jeffries,
Darnell, Waters, Bailey, Miss Mona
Third Row-Payne, Blair, Fisher, Long,
Simpson, Layman, Duggins, Posten,
Hughes, Cartmill, Westfall, Flynn,
Southerland, Mever, Haberrnan, Ander-
ton, Penny, Reagan, Thoman.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First Row-Tush, Haney, Cromwell,
Wintersteen, Martinez, Williams, Locke,
Leep, Lopez, Barnes, Reed, Rock, Dillon,
Second Row--Doris Roberts, pianist,
Peppers, Sparks, Brink, Sewell, l
' 1 F d 'cks, Bruns, Connor
Schiebe , re eri ,
White, McGivern, Blythe, Maxim, Lie-
big, Garcia, Cook, Miss Mona Walter,
Third Row--Lynch, Dupuy,'Tipton, Man-
kin, D. Schiebel, Schooling, Phillips,
Bogue, Saunders, Wiyninger, Price,
Tabberer, Reagan, Briscoe, Easley,
' Page Thirty-Nine f
FIRST The basketball team this year 'ended a fairly
AND successful season in a tie for second place in
SECOND the Northeast Kansas League campaign. The
BASKETBALL season record for the Mustang basketeers con-
sisted of nine games in the winning column
TEAMS and seven losses. Although only four lettermen
0 were back from last year and only one of these
a regular, Coach l. C. Lonborg turned out a
team that scrapped throughout most of the time and won more
than its share of the games.
The record in league competition was seven wins and five
losses. Twice the Mustangs were victorious over the Atchison
Redmen, Shawnee Mission Indians, Olathe Eagles, and twice
were conquered by the Wyandotte Bulldogs, and the Leaven-
worth Pioneers. The other pair of games was split between the
Rosedale Wildcats and the Mustangs. '
ln the final competition the Mustangs fell before the Redmen in
the first round of the regional tournament at Leavenworth.
One of the features of the play of the Mustangs was the way they
often snatched victory from the hands of the opponents in the final
quarter. They took three of the last six encounters in this manner.
en, ir e , ec er.
econ ow- oac .
Hill, Stephenson, Bruns.
FIRST TEAM BASKETBALL
First Row-Childs, Shirley,
Second Row-Coach I. C. Lonb
Ieffries, Meade, Doyle, Gutierrez.
SECOND TEAM BASKETBALL
Flrst Row-Robmson, Hayes, Teeg d
Sh 1 y B k
Marcel Brower-CCenterJ. He was an able line backer as
well as an accurate passer. A junior winning his first letter,
he will be a mainstay of the team when he returns next year.
Ralph Childs-CTackleD. Childs was a junior, and made his
third letter. An outstanding defense man and a hard tackler,
he will be a bulwark for next year's eleven.
Melvin Cornelius-CEndJ. He made his first letter this year,
He was known as a fast charger who often broke up enemy
plays behind the line of scrimmage. He was a senior.
Herbert Curran-fTackleJ. Curran was a hard charging line-
man earning his second letter. He had plenty of grit and fight.
He served as co-captain during this, his last year.
Fay Doyle-fHalfbackD. A hard hitter and consistent ground
gainer, he will be a valuable man next year. He was a junior
and made his first letter this season.
Clifford Fredericks-CHalfbackJ. Serving as blocking back,
he won his first letter. He was an accurate place kicker and
contributed many points to the Mustang cause. He grad-
Paul Gilles-fQuarterbackD. Gilles was a capable signal-
caller and a good man on defense. He was a senior and
received his first letter. .
Oudon Gutierrez-Clindi. He earned his first letter this year.
He was one of the lightest men on the team. He will be a
valuable asset next season.
Iunior Iameson-fljullbackj. jameson was a co-captain and
was the bulwark of the Mustang offense. He developed into
a triple threat man. He earned his third letter and will be
lost through graduation.
Clifford Ieffries-fEndD. He was a junior and earned his first
letter this year. He was an able pass receiver and a good
Harold May-CHalfbackD. A fast ball carrier, he will be an
aid to the team next season. He was the only sophomore to
earn a letter. This was his first award.
Iohn McGraw-CGuardD. McGraw was a steady, dependable
man, outstanding on defense. He won his first letter. He was
a senior. XL
. Q ff
Morton Reynolds-CGuard7. A serrqfbarzbfzis ready to fill any
spot in the Mustang forward wall. e received his first letter.
, tan Q, m th offense and
?e1fgn 'g-Jgicggxgiggnglllgta M911 5, - as a senior and
earne is tlbfglle ter. Thorp w s o Q Q 'c as .ff 5
Wilford Williams-fFullbackJ. A h rd hitter, he had a gre t
and earned his first letter.
deal of spirit which kept the gang fighting. He was a seni
Roy Wire-CFullbackD. A senior, he played well e y
backfield position. He was a fighter and had plen t.
Bob Woolard-CTacklei. Woolard was full of spirit fight
and was always ready when needed. This was his firs letter.
He was a senior.
-------i- PLAY -'---'-l'-
TRACK Led by their co-captains, Clifford Fredericlcs and lack
TEAM Bellrnan, the Argentine l-ligh School track team exper-
ienced a rnost successful season this year. Bellrnan
' was the contender for top honors of the state mile run-
ners this year. lfredericks was one of the rnost versatile
rnen on the squad, being a hurdler and a dash rnan.
Coach C. E. Swender had eleven returning letterrnen from Whom
to build a squad. They Were: Clifford Fredericks, Dctnley Schiebel,
Bichotrd Mankin, lack Bellrnan, Bob Briscoe, Melvin Cornelius,
Bill Davis, Fay Doyle, Paul Gilles, lunior lameson, and Addison
BOYS' The HA" Club, boys' athletic organization, was organ-
--Au ized to promote athletics and sportsmanship in Argen-
tine l-ligh School. To be eligible for the club, or boy rnust
CLUB have rnade ct letter on any of the major sports, or two
9 letters in a minor sport. .
The officers of the club were: lunior lotrneson, president,
lohn Thorp, vice-president, l-lerbert Curran, secretary-treasurer,
Botlph Childs, sergeant-at-arms. A
The annual sport night was held in the gymnasium, features of
the event being Weight lifting exhibitions and a basketball game.
Funds raised bythe program Were used to defray expenses of the
annual HA" Club banquet held in the spring.
land, Thomas, Carringer.
Airnan, D. Mankin.
Fourth Row-Childs, Meade
first Row-Mahr, Brewer, Sfice Paf
rick, Goodrick, Hoover, Owen Cope
Second Row-Eldridge, Barnes Kane
Reese, Messenger, Troncoso Cero
vich, Lovelace, McGee, McCurdy Con
Third Row-Childs, Favrow Leep
Fredericks, Williams, C. E Swenaer
coach, Davis, R. Mankin Schiebel
BOYS' "A" CLUB
First How-larneson, Doyle, Thorp Bell
rnan, McGraw, Cornelius, Fredericks
Second Row-May, Gutierrez Davis
Briscoe, Schiebel, Leep, Williams
Third Row-Brower, Curran, Wire Man
kin, Gilles, Reynolds, Ieffries
RECORD Fon s1s:AsoN
7 Chi1ds ...... ..,...., 0 ' 0 0
Doy1e .......... ........ 4 1 22 104
Gutierrez ................ 7 3 17
Ietiries .... ........ E58 25 161
May ........ ........ 1 1 8 30
Meade .................... 9 10 28
Schiebei ................., 20 14 54
Terry ...... ........ 2 4 22 70
Vargas .....,.. ........ 1 9 23 61
Argentine ........ 26 Atchison ........ 28
FINAL' BASKETBALL SCORES
Bonner Springs ........
Dodge City ................
Turner ........... ...------
Atchison .................- --
Olathe ........... .--------
Roseda1e ....... ......---
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interested in sports.
Interest in girls' athletics has shown an increase
over last year with three clubs now open to g1rlS
The Girls' Athletic Association is the most active
ot these clubs and has the most members. The
officers of the club were: Mary Heckman '39, preSiCl9Tl'fi Mlldfed
Darnell '40, vice-president, Lenore Hoke '4l, secretary, and Kath-
leen Hughes '39, treasurer., '
s' "A" Club is composed ot the Girls' Athletic Association
l Club includes those girls who have only their numeral,
the resuQt ot GUU points.
s who have received their "A's" by earning one thousand
rough competitive sports and other means. The Girls
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION .
First Row-Lasiter, Schooling, Pooker
M. shupp, cook, Mehr, riiden, stoui
Second Row-Rice, Darnell, Mears, L.
Shupp, Berns, Caudron, Ulm, Forrester
Bailey, Schiebel, Cromwell.
Third Row-DeVeney, Hoke, lenkins
Payne, Bradbury, 'V. Lamb, McKisick
Atkinson, Ieifries, Whiteley.
Fourth Row-Heckman, M.'Lamb, Lad-
enburger, Becker, Cartmill, North
Fifth Row-Miss Helen Bayer, sponsor-
Sudduth, Coats, Lewis, Perkins, Studl
dard, Southerland, Lundberg.
Sixth Row-Browne, Summers, Ayrault,
Westfall, Hughes, Hultz, Fudge, Buck-
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION CLASS
Aiman, Barnes, Barnett, Beaumont,
Becker, Boris, Breese, Briggs, Brink
Rendleman, Buckley, Card, Caudron
Coats, Cobble, Cleaver, Crossley
Easley, Elliott, Fisher, Forrester
Green, Hoke, Yount, Kinnaird, Lewis
Miller, North, Puckett, Salts, Schiebel
Schooling, Smeltzer, Smith, Snodgrass
Speaks, Sterner, Stott, Stumph, Turner
Ulm, Varner, Vaughn, Webb, Wicker-
sham, Woolworth, Wiseman.
First Row-Fitch, Curnutte, M. Shupp
Fuller, McDonald, L. Shupp, Hoke
VVentling, Ayrault, Coats, Ashcratt
Caster, V. Lamb, Alumbaugh, Hogan,
Second Row - Mf Lamb, Lasiter
Schiebel, Peihler, Pruitt, Coons, Smith
Brown, Reagan, Helm, Ieffries, Leonard
Brink, Becker, Littlefield, Webb.
Third Row-Simpson, Evans, Darnell
Markula, McKisick, Lundberg, Waters
Wilson, Ienkins, Southerland, Stucldard,
Gregory, Ruckman, Beton, Holsinger,
Saunders, Miss Helen Bayer, sponsor
Fourth Row-Gift, Cleaver, Dickerson
Gorsage, Browne, Stevenson, Steding,
McDermott, McFarland, Engle, Hey-
nolds, Winn, Matthews, M. Barnes,
Gore, Rogers, Myers, M. Barnes.
With a total membership ot eighty-two, this year's MUST ANG
Mustang Club was the largest in the history ot the CLUB
The Mustang Club was established to promote a
wlaolesome interest in the athletic activities ot the
Ecfool, to create interest in' these contests through assemblies
? OTS Qflmes, to lead organized cheering at games, to stimulate
friendly- relationships with other schools, to create a teeling ot
good will among classes and organizations, and to aid the school
in any capacity possible.
The otticers: Betty lane Westtall '39, president, Nadyne Duggins
40, vice-president, Emma Lou Wendt '40, secretary, Bichard
Burge 39, treasurer.
The golt team was built around the two returning let- GQLF
termen, lean Schiebel '39, and B. I. Atkinson '40, Bob AND
l-lall, Howard Smith, Lawrence l-lutchinson, and lames
Wildman completed Coach F. S. l-loover's team. TENNIS
Coach K. C. Skeen built his team of racquet-wielders '
around his sole letterman, Captain George Males '39,
and Bobby Grittith '42, inter-city tennis champion in the junior
First Row - Miss Bates, sponsor,
Vaughn, Bird, McMillen, Burr, Bailey,
G. Berns, Waters, Gregory, 'Wilhm.
Second Row--Ienkins, Moore, Cassidy,
Hoke, G. Martinez, Madl, Brewer, Mat-
tox, L. Berns.
Third Row-Perkins, Long, Roberts, Mc-
Kisick, Cartmill, Westtall, Heckman,
Fourth Row-Sellers, Turner, Simpson,
Burge, Gilles, Ladenburger, Adams,
Fifth Row-H. Smith, Layman, Love-
lace, Buckman, Hughes, McDonald, T.
Martinez, Wiseman, Wintersteen.
Sixth Row-B. Smith, Lundberg, Bell-
man, Strong, M. Maybell, G. Maybell,
Small, Ketchum, Sparks.
Seventh Row--Wire, Arnold, Hultz,
Brink, Barnes, Leep, Parcell, Copeland,
Eighth Bow-Tipton, Dupuy, Thoman,
Ramsey, Fredericks, D. Schiebel, Man-
kin, McCurdy, Woolard.
' . S h' bel, Tabberer Phil
Ninth Row-I c ie , -
' ' le Atkinson, Davis, Thorp,
lips, White y,
Speers, Schooling, Reynolds.
GOLF AND TENNIS
First Row-Griffith, Eger, Haitey
Martinez, Stubbs, Brazier. K
Second Row-Follett, Beard, Stephen
son, McGivern, Schiebel, Hutchison
Third Row-Males, Hack, Gibbs, K. C.
Skeen and F. S. Hoover, instructors:
------- PLAY --"-'1-"-'-
'fThis is the day!" As Mike sat in sixth hour gazing into space
he looked forward expectantly to the forthcoming evening.
F His first formal banquet! He'd have to study up on his ex-
cerpts from Emily Post because this was different from going
down to Dewey's and gulping a hamburger. He wondered
' if Mom had sent Dad's old "tux" to the cleaner.
Suddenly he came out of his beautiful dreams! The bell was ringing energetic-
ally so he grabbed his books and headed for his locker.
The time finally came to prepare himself for his baptism. He took a bath, includ-
ing bath salts, and everything went fine until he got to the tuxedo. lt had come
back from the cleaners all right but that was all you could say. The trousers
struck him two inches above his ankles and the sleeves were an inch too short!
"Gee whiz! Mom, l can't go like this," he bellowed. But finally, informed that
it didn't look too bad and thinking that all the other fellows would have tuxedos
on, he reconciled himself to wearing it. He had managed to beg the family
vehicle. for the night and although he was not escorting his favorite girl, she
would do in a pinch.
His father cautioned him to drive slowly and his mother straightened his tie.
Then he was off! He picked up Susy and was making whizzing tracks down
the boulevard toward the banquet when, blooey! The car gave a lurch and
started toward a lamp post. He gave Susy an agonized look and got out to
view the damage. A flat! Well, good thing he had a spare. After about a half
hour's hard work he had it repaired and he went on to the banquet. Arriving
just in time for the second course, he and Susy, blushing furiously, stole in.
That wasn't all, for when he looked around he saw not one other person in a
tuxedo. He looked at his plate, didn't know which -tool to use for what and
seemed to have lost all control over his hands. He dropped his knife, spilled his
coffee and during the last course, flopped a whole dip of ice cream into Susy's
lap. Although he apologized fluently, he saw that it didn't help any.
After awhile they danced. Mike couldn't dance very well and he knew Susy
objected to his using her feet instead of the floor to waltz on, but even with
these defects they got along fairly well. Later, after he had forgotten his many
misfortunes, the time passed quickly. He even laughed to himself at the fool he
had been. He thanked his lucky stars that it had not been worse, and now he
had next year's banquet to look forward to.
"A perfect evening," he sighed, as he helped Susy on with her coat.
. NEW STADIUM '
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Five-hour Radio Broadcast.
Basketball game, Argentine vs. Wyandotte, here. Mixer. .
3-Basketball game, Argentine vs. Shawnee Mission, there.
Basketball game, Argentine vs. Atchison, here. Mixer.
9-lU-Operetta, 'lThe Beaver Trail.','
Physical education show. .
Iunior l-ligh assembly. s
Special talent program.
31-"A" Club sport night.
l-Track meet, Leavenworth, St. loseph Benton.
- 7-Good Friday, holiday.
l2-Press Club picnic.
l 3-14-lunior play.
l8-Mustang Club picnic.
l9-Dramatics Class play.
Faculty meeting for choosing National l-lonor Society members. .
Collegiate Radio Club banquet.
l5-Track meet, Wyandotte, Topeka.
Northeast Kansas League Festival, Rosedale. .
Northeast Kansas League Festival, Shawnee Mission.
26-National l-lonor Society assembly.
29-Baker Relays, Baldwin.
29-Northeast Kansas League Golf Tournament, Leavenworth. -
5-Mustang Club Review.
6-Track meet, League.
-Northeast Kansas League Golf Tournament, Wyandotte.
--lunior High Operetta.
l3-Track meet, Regional.
-Mustang Club banquet.
-Track meet, State.
-"A" Club banquet.
-Senior l-ligh Graduation.
-Iunior l-ligh Graduation.
Awards assembly-Last day.
Industrial State Bank
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El . . . .
la To the sen1ors who are f1n1sh1ng
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
Member Federal Deposit
It you think money doesn't talk, then just try to
telephone without a nickel.
Richard: I always wondered where all the
Smiths came from until I came here.
Porter: Then what happened?
Richard: I saw a sign-Smith Manufacturing
You have two chances-
One of getting the germ
And one of not.
Dodge and Plymouth
Cars and Dodge
And if you get the germ Trucks
You have two chances-
One of getting the disease v
And one of dying
And if you die-
Well, you still have two chances.
I I ' USED CAR DEPARTMENT
Wonder if canary legs indicate a good voice? 709 NO1"th 7th Si. Drexel 3370
REAL SERVICE TO
K YOUR DCOR
PHONE: ARGENTINE 0031
A Full Line of
22nd and Metropolitan Avenue
Kansas City, KanSCIS
The name Iaccard has
been synonymous with
the jewelry business for
109 years-only quality
and integrity could en-
dure so long.
Iaccard's extend to you cz
most cordial invitation to visit
' their store.
Iaccard Iewelry Corp
1017-19 Walnut Street
Kansas City, Mo.
City Printing Company
PRINTING - PUBLISHING
Better Printing of Course
The Argentine High School Newspaper
TELEPHONE, DREXEI. 3336 606 NORTH Sth STREET
of the I .
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C OO S O
1802 RUBY ARGENTINE 0722 Argentine 0708 1504 Woodland Blvd
Page P I y-Po-ur
Ben be t
Ben be quic
Ben fell over th andl c
Elderly Lady: I'd like some of that track eet
Butcher: And what can I do for you fnadag?
BE WISH " - '
I hear so much about each spring.
, I I I X V -
The dog stood on the burning deck,
The flames rose high around his neck.
Have you heard about the determined man Wh i
said he could do anything he set his mind to?
The last We heard of him was that he was sty.. gp-
trying to slam a revolving door. '
A Humpty Dumpty sat on a Wall, cm
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall, 4
And all the king's horses and
All the king's men
I-lad scrambled eggs for breakfast.
Quality and Economy on
Steel Die Engraving
OFFICIAL MANUFACTURERS ARGENTINE
HIGH scHooL CLASS JEWELRY
A Sold Through Reynolds
Drexel 9617 35th and Argentine Blvd. 1016 WALNUT KANSAS CITY, Mo.
Picture Frotrnes Made
HARRY T. Tigris
Ei'2i'ii'E3'Ki2i335E 1 . . BOOKS
. . FLEMING . .
F I L L E D
AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
"FRESH HOME MADE
TELEPHONE: ICE CREAM"
0242 and 0243
604 MINNESOTA AVE. I
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
21st and Ruby Ave., Kansas City, Ko:
Cl T has been a pleasure to make the
AJ photographs tor this Pulolioation,
and we Wish to express our qratetul-
ness to the Faculty anol Seniors tor their
748-50 OSAGE AVENUE KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
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l think that I shall never see
A bill board lovely as a tree
And unlcgs the bill boards fall
I may never see a tree at all.
It's a Wonder some smart American salesman
didn't sell the Spanish government a trailer to
use as a capital.
Husband: A man came around collecting for the
old ladies' ho-me. I
Wife: What did you give him?
A skeptical man was Bill Feeter
Who Wouldn't believe his gas meter.
He pulled out a match
And gave it a scratch-
"Good morning," he said to Saint Peter.
"Poor Danny! He died from drinking shellac."
"At least he had a fine finish."
Stirling utnr Gln.
Sales and Service
QUICK SERVICE ON
ALL MAKE CARS
2500 STRONG AVENUE
FIRST AND KANSAS AVE.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
The Geo. Rushton
Monahan St Grimm
HARDWARE - PAINTS
SEEDS - BLUE GRASS
Sheet Metal Work
F. l . STRUTZEL
3416 STRONG AVENUE
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o Executive Secretarial
o C. P. A. Accounting 6- Law
0 Radio Dramatics-Public Speech
0 Comptometer-Business Machines
9 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 OM ME-RCE
Erravaurn an om VI us e
u he Argentine High School may always expect
the aicl oi the Argentine Activities Association.
Cooperation ancl hard work will accomplish al-
most any objective.
Argentine Activities Association
O. F. UACKJ SMITH, President
R. I. ATKINSON, Vic P d t
C. HARSHBARGAR, Secr t YT
Bright pupil ot English class: This is the plot of
my story. A midnight scene. Two burglars creep
stealthily toward the house. They scale a Wall
and force open a Window. As they enter the room,
the clock strikes onel
Dumb pupil ot class: Which one?
A little bird sat on a railroad track.
Along came a train.
Boy: Since I met you I can't eat, I can't sleep,
I can't drink.
Girl: Why not? I
Boy: I'm broke.
The average man is proof that a Woman can
take a joke.
1I'Ie who laughs last is English.
LLOYD E. HOKE HARRY A. SMITH
Auto - Lite
837 Minnesota Avenue
Established in Business in
Argentine Since 1890
I-Ioke CSI Smith
3504 Strong Ave. Argentine 0100 1111 South 35th St., Kansas City, Kansas
"Look at that funny man across the street."
"What is he doing?"
"Sitting on the sidewalk talking to a banana
I thawt to myselt as I used the so-ap
By the beams oi the bathroom lite,
I bet it smells sweeter than what it taist
So I tasted it and I was rite.
R. J. Atkinson
Him got no mummy,
Him got no legs,
Him crawl on tummy,
The landlady in a flutter: I've seen a large
mouse in the pantry. What shall I do?
Boarder: Shut the door and let it starve to death. 3416 STRONG AVE. ABGENTINE 0080
Let Us Talce Care of Your Car,
Buy Gas and Oil
O. H. Olson 81 Sons . Here
We have appreciated your
g patronage at school ....
Phone, Argentine 0417
WE WHOLESALE FUEL AND OIL
A CALL US FOR PRICES
3000 Strong Ave. Phone, Argentine 0129
Through the dark and dismal night
The village clock struck three.
A stealthy figure gnashed its teeth
"Doggonel I've lost my keyl"
When you get to the end of your rope,
knot and hang onl
I sit alone in the moonlight,
Forsaken by girls and men,
And I murmur over and over
"l'll never eat onions again,"
"He was kicked out of school for cheating." .
"He Was caught counting his ribs in a physiol-
ogy exam. I
Said the Pancake to the cook, "Well, I'll be
I BEST WISHES
A- 5 Cleaners
Phone, Argentine 0834 3109 Strong
FILES AND FILING
scHooL BOOKS AND
Pictures and Picture Framing
Seventh and Armstrong Avenue
Phone: Argentine 0600
TIIE FIRST STATE BANK
COMPLETE BANKING FACILITIES
WE INVITE YOU TO AVAIL YOURSELF OF ITS SERVICES
Savings Accounts 2 '70
Checking Ac c ounts
Safe Deposit Boxes I
LOANS YOUR SIZE-PAYMENTS YOU CAN MAKE
A I LOANS MADE ON
Stocks and Bonds
Life Insurance Policies O
Automobile-4-New or Used .
FI H. A. Home and Repair Loans
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Argentine Meat Company
CHAS. E. SMITH
GROCERIES AND MEATS A
3005 STRONG AVENUE
TELEPI-IONES: ARGENTINE 0895 AND 0896
The day after the military parade, a boy re-
marked to his sister's boy friend: "You should
have seen the caller Sis had last night. He looked
fine, sitting beside her with his arm-1-." FOLLOW THE
"Bo-bbyl" gasped his sister, her face getting
l'Well, so he did," replied her little brother.
"He had his arm ." T0
"Bobbyl" interrupted his mother sharply, 'lleave
the room this instant."
Bobby left the room mumbling half to himself,
"I Was only going to say that he had his army 'A Ik G
clothes on." C
A stout Woman drove up to a filling station.
"I Want two quarts of oil," she said.
"What kind, heavy?" asked the attendant.
"Say young man, don't get fresh with me," was
Coward: One who in a perilous emergency
thinks with his legs.
' Compliments of
. J. Mahr Furniture
I Furnishing Co.
Argentine 1162 3009-11 Strong Ave.
2004 RUBY AVE.
KANSAS CITY, KANSAS
Phone, Argentine 1175
1420 South 26th Street
Club, Boys' ..... ------- 4 4
Art Club ,.....................
Basketball Lettermen ......
Basketball Teams ....
Calendar oi Events
Class oi l944
Class of l943
Class of l942
Class of l94l
Class oi l94O
Class of l939
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24 and 25
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Football Lettermen ...,.............,.. ...,... 4 l
Girls' Athletic Association ......... .,,,,,. 4 5
Glee Clubs ....................,,....,.... ,,,,,,, 3 9
Goli Team ....... Q ......................... ,,,,,,, 4 5
Gymnasium Class, Girls' ....... 45
Harmon, I. C., Principal ........ .
Honor Society, lunior High ,,,,., ,.,,,,, 3 1
lournalism, Third Year ........... ,,..,,, 3 2
Leadership Club ......,.,........ .,--,-- 2 9
Mustang Club ...............,,....,.,, ,.--',, 4 5
Orchestra ..,...,.............,.,,,.,...,,,,,, ,--,-,-,--- 3 3
Farent-Teacher Association .,,,,.,, .,,,,,,-,,-..-. 3 3
Play Section ...,......,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,-,,,,, --,.---.. 3 5 10 49
Schlagle, F. L., Superintendent ..,.. -,,,,,,.,,,,,,--,-.,-.-,--,.-,,---,-,4..,-- H 8
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Student Council ........ ------- 3 U
Tennis Team ......,.... -----.- 4 5
Theme ...........,..... ------- 3
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Typing Squad ...,.., ---,'-- 3 U
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