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

 - Class of 1947

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G Q KT ARC FXTINT HIC H CLASS OF 1947 The sen1o1 cllss of thus year w1s composed of 147 students 79 5,1rls Ind 68 boys 'Ihe 1nnu1l cllss play 'Feathers m 1 Gale, w IS presented December 6 Melvm Woolery was one of the seven cheer le1ders of the Mustfnng, Club, m whlch 67 were semor members Twenty three semors were elected members of the N1t1on1l Honor SOCICCY They were Donald Blythe M1r1on Brown, Shlrlcy Caruger Mfuy Cuter Cl1r1 Ethel Chllders, Ann1 Miy Cr1mbl1t, V1r3.,mx1 Crew Nfmcy Culp Bob Dunwell, Helen Christ Vlclu H 1n1nde7, D'1rlene Hlnds Maxine Llston Kenneth Mlller, Jo1n Perry, Dorothy Dunrk Bxll R1e Lons Ann Smlth Richard Wood xuff Ind Melvm Woolery Seven j0UI'l1'lllbIl1 students were ln the Press Club wlth M1urme Add1son presldcnt Co Edlt01S of the biweekly school newspwpen were Don Blythe, Cl1r1 Ethel Chnlders 1nd Jofm Pexry Edxtors of the annual were Mfluune Addlson Shnrley Kunze Glendor1 Laphfnm and Velma Imlex Bob Marvme was presndent of the Student Con gress, Gerald Co71d, of the Mustang, Club Bull Greenwood, of the ' A" Club Jo1n Moodv of the Y Teens, and Mary Anme C1rte1 of the G11ls Athletlc ASSOCl'ltl0I'l Twelve semors we1c ln the onchestrl 'md four The class was sponsored thxs yen by M155 1'r1n ces E Taylor and Mass Gladys Congdon CLASS OFFICERS PRESHMAN YEAR SOPHOMORE YEAR Presxdent Vice P1 esxdent Secret1ry TICWSUFCF Cheelle ldens Sponsor Marlon Brown Presldent Wallace Gregg M1x1ne Holsmger Vxce President W1lter Tulnel Loxs Ann Smnth Secretary B1llR1e Shlrley Carrxger Treasurel J1mm1e H111 Dlrlme Rose Mlry Lou Detmer Checrleader Mily LOU Dctmcl M155 Glqdyg Congdgn Sponsols Mlss Edna Barnes M1 C L Swendex I U N IOR YEAR SENIOR YEAR l lCSMlLllt Vlce Presldent SCLICCIIQ Tnelsurer Chee1le1de1 Spon or MIFIOI1 BFOWI1 Presldent Muxon Bnovsn Perry MCCr1y Vice Presxdent Kenneth Muller Jimmie Hall Secretary Dfulene Hinds LOIS A1111 Smith Tre1surer Maxme H0lSlHf.,C1 M'l1'y LOU Detmer Sponsors Miss F1 IHLCS E Taylor, Mr N F Shell Miss Gl1dysCongdon Kp.,enn Seell Q 1 2 Y " YQ 77 A Q I l v Q .lf D c 1. ' 1 . 1 . , N C, Y. 2 l , . I . . . i - . . f , , , , Q ' an I' 4 ' . . . . , . . I 4 4 , 4 4 ' . . . K l. . 3 l I . - l , 4 4 4 4 '. 1 4 ' , ' . n I a - - ' ' A 4 r 3 ' - - . Q . . . . . . , . , , ' ' .' 1 I ' . ' . 7 , 4 4 , 4 ' 4 4 , 4 ' , 4 4 l 4 4 4 I . -4 l , . V. .2 a I , , .X 1 . . C. K A K . , . . A . 1 A 1 C t Holsinger, Glendora Lapham, Andy Lillich, Shirley teen seniors were in band this year. . , . u ck . , . 4 y . . , . - . C ' . . l - " , Q ' . . ' ' . . ' ' 4 g 7 ' ' Q ' a ' , , 2 - ' ' N . , ' . 4 ' , '. Y. 7. ' ,, 4- x 2 - . i 1 .. . 7 T . A Q 7 - A I I A I . ' 4 ' ' ' K I ' ' v - ' 1 ' - ,, ,, ': ' . . W F .V - , .- rf 'an -- 'r n Q CD TIIRIT THIZ LENS I ,vw 'mia O bum. 11 Argtnnm ADDISON. MAl'RlNl', Mustang Klub J. 5. II: Annual Staff -Ig Press Club 5, -I, Prcsiclt-nt I: Argcnlian Staff .Z. 5. 'Ig Glue Club l. 2. 5: Shorthand Contest Group 55 Officc Wtnrk -Ig Spring Concert 2, 5, AIMAN. RICHARD-'frank l. J. ANSLEY, BlI.I. Football l. IQ Mumang Club l: Stutlcnt Congress 1, 52 "A" Club I. ANTUNUPOIIUS. VAHCRIA Mustang Club I: Glcc Club 5. -I: Y-Tern 5. I: Srutlcnt Congra-as 2: G. A. A. 4. I. BADGIIR. El.I7ONf--UrIl1c5Ira 3. 5. I: Hand 3. 5, ll Ili-Y 5. II 'Nlf'I4'I4, GOLDIIL- frlcc I. Ilb L '. 'I N lst mg., I u st I tu nt Cnngrq ss 5 l mt fd u Sprlng, Conant l HLX ut I I s ss I b lL 'r s In IIII :tor III Suu I Iss 5 2L,I'lI1l1! I li ASXXIII POB l oth ll S QILLC 0 I BRUXWN BVI I Y Must Ing. I BROXVIN llALl I K lu I lub BROW 'N AIARION Must Ing, mor ' w Stmor ay Stutlnnt Congitss I Kllss Q IQLIS l,IL5Ii.lLlIl HUCIUNIAN MARX AIXN Nlistnng, Club I AFLLHII Staff S RC ISS PRANKIN XIISIIIILII b 1 I RRIC IR SIIIRIIX lN Istlng., I lI1b Ntuttnt fonI.,II.ss In cult Sprm Conttr OIIIU. XV 0 C CART I R MA Nxlll ISI Ulf., Klub juni Ir A nIoI Pl I A I I IDI R5 IA IS 1n u I L 5 rtss l win cult rt BI l I IIIRISIINI' ORIS lXIlSlll1L,cllllT O O CIIRISIINI' N M IstIn,Ll h ' I lub Il ntl l KIl'M lllll mmf., Club 5 pant COLIMAIN I AIOI xlllbllllgf um I Spri Cnnurt I Q' I BIN l I X lun 1 , 0 O Hl1S '. lfliR -MI I ' .l b 5. I. Trca Ir-r I: Glue Club l: S - cle' Q- ' ,L Q. A. A. l. 2. 5. I: Nu -'l Cl b 5. -I: xv "l4llli. DON lfo lall lg MII lang Club 5. I. Annual Staff 5. -I1 3? . l'I'I'.'.' flu 5. I. VI --l I- Itlt-nt li Arg' In Staff J. 5, -I: lid' I: Quill and S Ill S. I1 CII.-c Club 1. I: .' l'nt Con- gr ,: Photo ' I , .luh I. Q R Q " i . .. . -- "o a J, 5. llaslwtball 4: ' -f Qlub 1, 5. 5 .wi is - ' Xa Q f O I V V ' , f ' f . I ' ,lub I: Ulm- Club 5. I. N 39' W 3 4 '. ' f. - I -' Q I. 'I '. I? .I ' Club I: lu llay fy .- A Pl' 'IL Q ' l "" 1 lax' Jlf"1, ' l. 5.-I. X 51 U 0 fi I'. ' ' f-fII,I 'Q 5.6 " 'RHIC 2, 5, I: Glue Club 5. I: fpring Concvrt -I. W I lil' iff I I 1 ' fu I: Glu- Club 5. I: lj. A. X. 5. 'A' KA sc .5 .5 II.-. v 1 1, 5, IQ tau- IQIIII1 1. 1. 5, In .i l' I .IL Typ' g S1 I l 5g .' I.: I 't l, 23 ' ' 'ork I. l C Q 'i . RY A I i--M14 ' Q 5, ll 'I Pl'y 53 Sc ' ' ag I: G A. . l, 1. 5,11 Numcrzl Cl Ib l, 2. 5. 4. , I.lll. I .. CIIAI lf'l'llliLf-MLJII ,Lg I.l b 1 l'r'S' Club 5. I1 'I' is Argcntian Staff 2. 5. I: Quill and Stroll 9. I: Stutlcnr Con- 1' g . J. 5, I: 'l'yI g S1 I l 51 O 'hcstra l. Z. 5. II: Intl E ' l. Z. 5. I1 G. A. A. l. lg 'lmtograplw Clth 2. .'1. lllil. tfff I.: ' I I: Y-Tccn I: Band 1, 2 5. -I. ' I o 0 I " 3 no I . v :III I1 swam my I. uw ll I. -3 jf? a . 1. 5. I: lll-Y 5. 5' . -A'- 1 - f" . . , ,gf fi 'AI 13552 2,1 . . .W MI 2 ' Q ,Q Ar " :an Staff 1. 5, II. ' I .F X 3 5 '. EM . ' I . V .II l1cilL'UI.lIll1l,5. 4. 'ng . 5 I '- . 5. I. -'-' ' ,. La., ' Hz: f If -s...., ,I in ,Q ,., -J I - I 3 J I ' 6 - -A o 'II I , 1 . 'R .li Q fgji I 9 AT ARGFNTINI' HIGH KOONS MARVIN Inulb A Kxlub 7 I lNIuSlmgKIu I Stunlun Kungrus 5 KONX PIRIIIXX AII JI IN K ILL Klub I 7 -I Spring K-OIILLH I KOX ,IOIIIN XX KKIAIJ KI'R'IIlJ F1 oxhill 'I Kxlub 5 -I Nusting u sknlbill S KRAIIN SIAINIIN IANBIII ANNA MAY IN ming, Klub 5 I ArgLnllan 51f K RIXX KIINIA II lkllllf.. K uw 5 I junior Pliy 5 San Play leant Kung.,rus I K1 7 5 I Numeral I NIIOYIIJIIIKI Knntnst K ruup 5 KI' P NNKX lNImm1,, K uh I Qcmor Play 4 Typn un' K L r I f,ffIKL Wfor I NNINKIIAM BILL I nbnll bll I I NIIIN BIII Kflcn K fXIS lxIN'XIIII lx IZ RI 'III XXL lub L Ill I 15.1 NLIIKTKII D XX DII RI 'III Mustang., Klub 5 I junmr Phv 5 Argentlan 1 I I DI Nl Al' X VKJNINI Musling, Klub I Arg, I1 Stuff 2 Y un I SuulLnrKong,r1.ss I G A I III ROIiIR'I lVImm1,, Kuh junmr P 5 Scmor I In 1 rLSs Ba III Y I Photo hy h FASTYR IRANK IS Mustmf., Klub 4 Junior Pl'1y 3 G A 7 5 NIIOFIIIIIIKI fonust Kyroup 5 1 I I'R AK K I L L L55 Mustang, Klub I N Rl 'III mum. u Knum I 7 4 e uh Opg run VAN9 ANK1IHI A A gunrnn Stuff 7 5 I Kylu Kllb I AINS ROI IAIIISUIIU., Klub 5 rv. ustm I B1 I OXVLI R I YNN "-M. 53 Yr My Mr" Argennan Scene I5 G 3 ,mf all 1. I. " " , -. 1: .I 3 h 5. i " " V-Y- 5--3 .-.I'::' , -- . I I . IDI '. Q. ,. -1 . .I1"f' . . CIb5.4g Bal. ' I I. I. .xv 1 '. ' f .5 ' X Kli 'I' 'fffIx,1 ' I ,.f: " Inf I' 2, 5. I: Orchestra I. J. 5. AI. I I I :i".vlR'.' -N..'.1l,.'. ' .pzq-im I I I:SuI- , Y -' 1 '.A,A,l....,.-1 ' Kfluhl.1. 5. 1 Q a 1 2 I ,. ..- fI,.NX.'i' la' Il 1.5. rg ig ,Q Sq 9 , 5: KJr'l1-stu 2. 5. -2 li ,' KIIH 'I' .' Q . f '01 . 5: Iiuslxut 11 I, 2. 5. I I 44 ---- lm .- fluh 1. , ... g... - , DlIi" . I ' -- -I I-. I '1 . . A '+I 0 0 0 O 'f 5, ' ' -- 1. : ' T . : ' ., I: ' Szzfk 1. 5. I: Bnml -. 5. I. T . . ' ' W- 9: ' l 5. 'Q 'unzia . 2 . 3. 4: ' .. -TH 1.x ' f ' 1 '. A. . l. 2. DIINXY' 5 . .. 'I 'ff l 1 ' fl AI: A lay ,Z ' ' Play I: Stul- I Klmg 5, I: Ornhcstra I, 2, 5, AI. nd I. 2, 5. -I. I- Q1 grzxp ' Kjlu 2, 5. I I :ff 3 Q ' .v Q .A. .1, -. ,. . X . , ,. A IEKSH1 . ,I Tru k 0: St 1 I -nt Klongr' -I: Band I. 2, 5. 4: Iliff. ', ' ' f-Ml I ' K.l h I1 Arg' 'a Sta ff ... 3. 71 Glo KQI I: ' ' I l. I I If .'.. nz. -f r'- '. fa ...,.-'I Null :GA.A.2. V . f W EV '.'. if ' ' . .. 'Il 0 'I -' . I, 2. 5. A: and 4' I. 1. 5. I. G . -w,,- Y- THRU TIIE LENS A+- .af RW au.. 'WMM cg My va-M. GJ Sung I6 Argcnn GERBY, VERA GHRIST. Hlil.l2NYINlustang Club 1. 5. II: GIUC Kflub 33. -I: Student CUYIHTCSW 1: Typing Squad 5: Orchestra 1. 5. I: B.IntI I. 2. fl. 'll Office Wfork YI. GRAHAM. NlNIiT'I'A+Hnriznn Club 5, fi. C000 FFNXVOOD BIII othall I I I 1 Pr L nt I Mustang., Klub I BI5IxztbIll I Studtm Kongrtas 4 I KJL'lllRRlI JOSIPIIINY K lu. Klub A I Sprung, Kon I IM II many.. uh I 4 I Studgnt Longrns K as Itcr lrusuru' I HANSOIN lxlNNI'IH HARRIS JIANINIF Kylce Klub 7 IIAXIS CI AX IKJIN HPRNANDII XIK IKJRIA Mustang Klub I ce K Ib Stuclcnt Knngrus I I HFXI JAKlx Mustang Klub I lllKKb PlK1K1Y NDS DARI l Nl IN Ist mg. ub nu I I I Prcss Ib r I. I n 'Ilf ' I. I K Of Incl bttfkllfy I IIOI SINKJIR MAXINI Mustmg., Klub I ,I Im Pl 5 I SLD! I ' ll I um n on rtss rt ILS ru K ILLr VILL Prnsulcnt I I 'lSlIl'KI' I Ill1Ll'll Klub 'I IIII nun L 'I I PIIUIOKFI I Ih IMIIR VHMA Mustmg Llub lumn PI 3 Prus C r I.ntIIn Stlff I 1 lxpmg :squat Sprxng.. K0nu.rl I Klffuc XVII JAINIQ VIIMA llR I X lub JOIINSON DOIXAID Lhcstrl I I B1ndl ,IONIS ROIIIRI lxLl MPNAI IR IOIS Mustmp. Klu I I Annull Stxff I Argcntl n If I I I 7 Numa ub GR AI V . A "jF0 ' ... .. I: "A" KllIb 2. 5. '. usi- lil' -'L ' . -I I"' I .Zz 'l'IaI'k 2. I. I: - at I .. . -. ' I 4 5 1- I -- Q J. 5: Y-Teen 5. I: KI. , A. I. 2, 5, X2 . ' ' I Curt I. HAI... J -f It I ' Cl -. ,. 'I . - ' - 3: QI.. . I Off" . 'A 'E' ' -. .2 lli-Y 5. Ig I O I I -,Q 5 ' 2 3" I. 3' .. ..,. .,.. ,,,,,, . . ' ' ' H i V f.. ' 3' V-.A . Q I. Kil QI. 2, 5. .Ig ,mi lf...:5.-5:.:,:g . . .. .. I mr' ,,,,. I 4 4, I Y I I U lll .I 'i- ll.a ' Kfl 5. I: An Il Staff 52 ' W KQIII I: A X111-il St. ... 3. 'li Kllcf Clnh jg llass f" '. A.. A 'f . W- .I 'I ..I: unkr II',:.'-'tr q " llzj St lc I KI g I. 5. I: O -I -yr: I. 2, S. I: Iluss Off"-, ' ..: "rch - 1 Ki. A. A. I. Z, 5. I: If NI -2 f ..I:Sl"gIT.-Ibl-I,.2.,.-1 Ighy Kfll l. 2. 5. -I. IlI'l7l7ORD. XVll.MAfMu5tIIng K.luh 5. II: Glcu Club 5. II. :E ,, ,E . 1. A- .I ' 5. I: h ' r ny .2 '. lub I: 'I V A gl 'I QI ... 5. I: flee Kfluh 5. -I: ' . :I '11 ,. j .,,, 'N' L1 .' ' I Q -- . 3 ' rk II. f l 5 If 852 ' I 2 r Iles' 'i , B ZTT '-Kilcc tj I -I .27 1 ' X A M I ' . --or - I -. ,Q . .2.3.-I. S I .,.I... u mi f " I- :W ia' 41 ' 1 'i . . .- ---- .I ' I I ': 2 Q2 'Q ' 'il I, . Stzf 2, 5. I: K'Icc KIlIh I, 1. 5. I: G. A. A. , -3 -ml 'I ri x I' , .. . - .. -an Q 9 ARGENTINF HIGH Ix NIT QHIRIIX Mxstmg Club 7 5 1 Al'll1lIlISl'lffI Ar n raff I Prus Klub o Offug Wfor I Glu- Llu S n IAPHAM CJLVVDORA Mustang. Llub 1 A null Staff 4 cnnan Stuff V 4 4 quad 7 4 rghzstrl I Offnc Wforlm 'IIMIII' MARX Llllllll buff " I O l LA'I TIN C II BFRT Glu Llub 4 Sprmf' Concert 1 I AW SON HAROLD Ioozb all I 4 T k III LII 1 NDT I' mball I 1 0 P'xslLt"1ll ran Student Lon LFLSS IONG CAROL Mustang Klub 5 1 Glen' Cl b S Stud nt gross I LONG LLOX D I LONA RAYMOND IOIANO RAI'AFL IOIANO RUTH C AA I MADI MARGARFT Mustxng Club 3 4 MANN BILL I' otblll I I uk 5 -I MARQI I7 MII DRPD lyke Club l MARTIN 'IOM IVIu5t1n1.,flul's I IN R'IINI7 CONCIIA Cluflub' 3 4 YTccnZ 54 G A A N RVIINI POB I orlwll u 1 Mustang Lu Bnskuhall I 3 1 Sxudcnr longress 1 Prrsxdcnr 8 MATNIFX FVIHFR Musrmgllubfl YTccn S G A A MAXXVIIL GIORGI- MCKRAX PFRRX Mustang Club 7 4 4 Annual Staff 4 Jumm Pln 5 Argpntmn Qtlff I 5 4 C1195 Offucr Vlu. Pruilclcnt 5 AT I' ' , ' - 'W 'I' .5'-- Isa I ...,.-: a .H 7: gon- tiu S ...L 4: -. I -'Q ky: '- ' bl. 2. 5: Spring C1 1L'l'I'l 2. .5- . . ' 1. .2 ' I ,, fl: n a ' 7: Arg' ' .2 ...,.-g'I'ypingS ' ..,k:O : 2 .l,,'1,-I: -- ' I, LAT 'I..:. 'f-Arg' 'z li -. O. 'L O O . ', - 5 1 . 1. ,, -4: mc 2. L ,.I' . X ' 'ff'0 ,z 1. 5. I: "A" fllb 1. 5, ': 1: L' I l. 2, 5: Mustang Club 5. -1: 'I' 'k I. Z. 5, -4: . O A ' ' l. I O LISTON. SHIRLEY--Mustang Club 4: Glee Club Ai: T5 pinf: Squad 5 . II f-- Q I Qu 5.-:Q 2 Con- ' U O . '. . ' ---i. .. .2.5. O I . -0 2 -:"r.",.'. li-. . I .2,3,4:G.A.A.l,2. O O IA ' I i--I ...,.2'-' ,,.:.. I. 2. 5. 4: Numeral Club 2. 5. MA . - To K: -6: "KA" Cl b 5. 'av 2 'l h 4, I O I Q 1- ,':'. . .l.2.3. THRU THE LENS MK K INNIS IllFT'IA MPYYR DUANF MHIFR BIVFRLY Mustang Klub 3 4 junuor Play 3 Glee Club 5 4 Vue Pr dent 4 G A A l 2 'a Numeral Clu Office Work 4 MILIFR KFNNFTH Football I A Clu 4 Mus tang Klub 5 4 Basketball l ack l 4 Prcsndent i MILIFR 'IPRRY Mustang Club 4 Basketball 5 Tratk 2 B nd 4 4 MONROE MARY LOU Mustang Club 4 yltc Club 2 5 O O MOOD! JOANNE Stntor Play 4 Glee Klub 4 YTeen A A 4 1 Numeral Cl MYERS EDGAR Football 7 ORKJAN BEVERLY btudent Congress 2 PAH NE JFAN Mustang Klub 8 YTetn 3 4 Vntc President 4 PERRY JOAN Mustang Club 8 Press Klub 4 Argcntran Staff 2 5 l Glec Club l Opcretta l Offltc Work l Photography Klub 79 Pll'RCl' SHIRLEY Mustang Club 7 5 4 Shorthand Contest 3 Office Work 4 PRATHER ROY Mustang Club 3 4 Basketballl 2 5 4 PRINGLF DFIOSS Mustang Klub 4 Basketball l Track 2 Orchestral 2 A QUIRK DOROTHY Mustang Club 3 4 icmor Play 4 Orchestra 4 G A A l 2 Strung Ensembel 2 5 4 Pho raphy Club 2 1 RAF BILI Mustang Club 4 junior Play 3 Senmr Play 4 Class Offtcer Secretary 2 H1Y 5 Photography Club 2 5 RIKHMOND ROSFMARY Glee Klub 1 2 5 4 YTec 4 A RITCHEY WILMA Glcc Club 4 G A A 1 2 O O ROKHA TONY Football 7 71 4 A Club 2 3 4 Basketball 3 'Iratk 7 5 Student Kongress 1 ROSE DARLINF Mustang Club 4 Argenttan Staff 2 3 4 A A 7 Operettal ROWE CHARLES Football 2 Glee Club 2 3 12 , ' 'ill 5 '--Tw ,J ss: 0 .- .z,3.4:"" b2.3.Q .- V. . .:,5.4:Tf- ,2,5, gvifc. 'I - ' 2.5, a .Q ' Q a 4, . . - ' QC- ' ,.4. 0 0 '. ' ' L I g - 2,3,4: G. . .l.Z.,.": ,ubj,4. 0 0 G. 'A. A. 51111 TfCRSllf!gI an Nurneral tiitlb in Hnr-izon Club 51 0 0 l,.2.3.x: .C.,..5l'Allxl ,,,lg tog- O O l . A -' 3 . . , 1 - n z G. .A.z. , --' 5 . . . , . O O 5 ..: . .-1'- . ' ' ' ' 0 AT ARGENTINE HIGH A . - ---YW ' G53 ROXVI5. ED RI'DD. I,IiO-Mustang Club 5, 4: Senior Play 4g Orchestra I, Z. 5.1: Band I. 2. 5, 1. SANDERS, LORETTA O 0 I O SAL'CEDA.IUI7lS x ,D SAIINDPRS IORYNP Tfcl Orchestra ' SCIIIRIR IlInRH 0000 9 II BILL Mlstanf, Club I SIMPQOIN worm Ixpmg bquad is B'1ntl5 4 W "H SIMFRLH PPKJCJY Glu Llub I Slmrthmsl luntcst 4 My O l ,, SMVIII DOINAIIJ DFAIN Football SMITH DONAID M fl-I IOIS Must mg, I luh Student Congress Vxtc 'rrsndent I and 7 I Class O mer cuctar 4. bhorrhmd Lontpst Group 5 01 I SOI IH B I Studtnt fungrus 5 Ora.hLstr1 1 SPH FR FAI I football A Llub I Baskctlvlll 'IARVER L LARROIL Must mf., Club I junior Play 5 Irltk 4 63 OHIO A 'IHORNION FHARLFS F nthxll 5 Mustang Club 5 4 V President 4 'W LIC, ROHI'R'I I uthdll 7 S u f frat M' gk, VALIIJO JOE Ol .Mis 3 VAIIGHN 105 AININ Mustang Lluh 4 C1 A A 3 VI'GA FRMIFIIINF Glen Club 7 5 H Iccn 2 3 G A M' IN al ub 2 WALTERS BII L 5 Arggntmn Scene 19 Q . , t, . 1 ---Y , : QQ ' 4 1 lgktfj ' . Egg ' 1? ligig U If I ..., 'TI ruin., ff ff Y , . "" I , -. 'I ml N Q . '. I' ' -' - ' f': Q z Q -W A. ...P . , 1 A 1 -M 3. I "" A SMI' . . gf 1 Y 3 2. 3, 41 . , ' 5 li fi B. in 5. gg 3, ff, . 5 y 1, jg '16 1 I l .. '.a:f:as:fa2si.TVIIT 1- ..,.... i - ...- if 1, Zl- O O O I H 'W . .,.,.,. 5 it ..:, , ,,.. . . Y. V HM4: t A , ,L A: . , I . by A I , QQ . 3, . uf' ,Q 1. 5,41 " " ' fg f ,. 2. , A I - r -r I v I f rr I tulul - 1 fi ix - 'jI,Q , . W I ..,... 51,75 ----- - ' ' I '. I . '-- 0 z , : I , . : :LQ - I 'IE W IIII '. 7 '- 'U ' -. ,. 4: "A" CI b 3. fx ' ' -k 5. 1 Q If - M" .,.,, -.gf ""s" I I .-.- ' A 1 ' 4 . 1, -,.,.,:f.., .,,,.g-we-'-2:1457'' ' 5 , "" :E'IQ:2fiZ'f5E"i ' V , 1 . 1 :I 'Aa 1 , M, L ,AM , 42 ,I ' A, I, 2. D a '-'l-- 21. I :X A 5, 4: 'umer CI . 5, LI. I A Q 'ffl an 21,3 fl I.-.,. IV '-'-'- -'-' , ',... x 5 9 Scene 20 Argenuan ff f' wwf ,,,... Q 'L iw 'awww :req V wma X MARII Q ILL ll l IH Ougl ivu Hugh Qc 0 hlcc C lub nm Unulun Rux ll I 1 bnhool B 7 ll 5 r t :LL lub Lr n iss U. L XXIYNINGIR NA llul b 7 5 Opcrut XXOODRINII HARD ru 1 ls ln u Bnslwtbill WOOLFRY MTIVIN M mmf., Klub 7 3 I junior Flu 3 Golf An 1 H K H'l NADH XII lu l C A VU IC HT ROSAlIl KILL KI b YARAC OYA MAINI IIA ilu Club 4 XOWPLI MARIIYN RAI flu Klub l N0 Plf II Rl' INIINFMIRF CFORGF football ' 4 I Mustang Club 7 Basketball fill THRU THE LENS . ,,,,,, K f ,lf Wig r L7 A M: I: -:-I E-.-::.:. Q . Z Vx .... WE ,,,, 4-1fi ': E::::::F 4 p"':' -,, ..,,, ' - R N h" .Q,:,.:-Z., 'Q A.-'-:W Y I ' ' ,fx Q .,....,. I ' S" ' ' "" . A ' W fl mn N ' 5 A-:E I, A .xv , A V .V,, ,,,,, ' ,, , ' . --.. z 4 - - 'I ' 2' 6, if .,.Q2g:5:,:, .::.,,.fQ'g-' A 'f 1 1' 'Q W , .iii XVA . 1- Q-- fuv i, ll Hn l 0: Q" , j ' . h ol, " f lxliu l ILG. A, A. I: 'L 'z l'gh " , fl 1- C 2: Cllccrlcud- .21 1 ld -1 Q ' 'A - ary Z. 'E ,MU --iw Ilu l:G. A. A. l.-.,: ' 1 al. 'fi Rlll ---lfu :ball Z, 5, fl: M1311 g Cl b 5. 4: 2 " 1 5. l: 'l'1'm'k 2: "A" Club l. .L 4. ' , . 1 . ' f L 1 ' I -. . , I . I' , 3 5, ll: Cheer l.cudcr l. 1. 5. I: m al Piuurc Staff 41 i-Y ja XVR Q '. H n---G -- C ub -I: Q. A. . l. R S . .' . i---IH Qu 2. ., Q . . ' T i , 1 " I . -6. ' . ' 5--Z--l ,2,5,-5. O O ' '. ..,. .---1 K -.-Q . . -z ' 1, 2. 5, 411' lv l. 3. AT ARGENTIINE HIGH FOURTH ROW Reed Ornz Perkins Parton Serwss Muz W hxresell 'Nlaxl Quxrarre Sloblom THIRD ROW' Moore Morrls Moss Sum mons Mtlxllllp Rmllngs Pllley lNItLor mntk Ports Smnh Sharp SFC OND ROXV Regan Starlett R Mor ns D Morris Perry White Ross Sel domrndge HRST ROW Mllllron Mnche Overton Payne Smowtr Robinson Murray Poun ram Mules 'il' OH IHOUR I H ROW Wxtktrsham Wfnllnams O Smith Srrehlow NX Alktr Stephenson Sttwart Zanatta W alurs THIRD ROW Van Norman Wllhm Tay lor Iuule Thomas Stssnuns Sherryl SECOND ROW Whttler Wallnng Sparks 'lhompson Wyniln lownstnd lhomas Insdel HRST ROW Watt Valluo XVade Ulmer Vaughn Lpdegraff R Smnh Sohs XV,hIILSLll "If- CLASS OF 1948 Two hundred thnrteen students make up the eleventh grade class thus year, one hundred elght of whom are boys and one hundred flve glrls The offxcers chosen at the beginning of thls year were Chester Strehlow, presxdent, Joyce Payne, vnce presxdent, Wanda Overton, secr tary, Lula Hudson, treasurer, and Karl Ingraham, cheerleader Elght students represented the eleventh grade nn Student Congress They were JoAnn Allard Louxse Ballard, Gus Burton, Doris McCorm1ck, Joe Mendez, Wanda Jo Sharp, Helen Ulmer, and Rnchard Wntter The Jumor class was represented m the Pness Club by sxx members They are Vera Crummett, Frances Greenstreet, Beverly Hull secretary, Jeannette Perry, Bobbee Isaac, and Martm Markula The junnor boys earnmg letters nn first team basketball were Gus Burton, Karl Eldrxdge, Ed GJ Hlnson, and B111 Holrum The reserve team let termen wele Everett Lattm, Donald Stephenson, and Chester Strthlow The Junlor boys earmng letters 1n fxrst team football were Edward Bowman, Gus Burton, Karl Eldridge, Bxll Holtom, Chester Strehlow, and Jack Wallmg The reserve team lettermen were Leon Greenwood, Paul Kxrk, Marvm Lawson, Darrell Patton, and Donald Stephenson The junnor cllss was represented wxth forty members m the Mustang Club The jumor clafs presented nts play, Uncertam Wxngs, on March 21 Members of the cast were George Bartlett, Howard Doran, Rnchard Gerber, Jeamne Gulley Patrlcla Hutchmgs, Bobbee Isaac, Betty Lawrence, Calvin Servlss, Donores Wade, aclc Wallmg, and Joan Watt Sponsors for the class thls year were Mlss Myrtle McCorm1ck and N. F. Shell. Argennan Stene 21 G ' ' " ' G 'wx-5 ,Mgt an W' - ,- W, my A A ,,,. , . 77 1 ' . ' V M' I ' . ' . - . ' . w . C 'W 1 , 4 . . .. Y '. "' ' . a " . ' '. " - '- ., .0 ' J, . , ' . V ,' - ' O I , 'S M lf' ,-, A ,WA if' Q ,L n M xv- ' , 1 -- -5, - A K , e -, , '. s . , in ' '. ' 4 Y. . '. 'A " . ' , Q ' Q I 1 ma 1 X , . A , ' a ,., , V H 3 ". , '. . ' 9 1 N . Q K ' W 'A v I 4 u n 1 A W 1 SA v I w J v - . 1 V . . - - ' L - . . l D ' 7- ' . v u n o 1 . 1 ' n ' t I 4 . Q ' , ' - fs - . . - l C l l l l L 1 . x - 5 , . . . . . . 2 4 . . . - l . . . U . .- . . ' Y! , ' ' ' A s . . f. ' . 1 4 ' w . . , - . . J. . . . ' . . IIIRU THE LENS 'W ru r'-,PN PS Hn 6 Fm 'Iv I I R Y I Brown K lme ow 111 111 Ii nlmlxs In Bturd Lauer Aslxren Iiurdrrs Bartlett I IIIRD RKDW K ol1 111 K r 1nL Busmnmnre Ammn rm In Cook Burt Jn Lhu 5 Hrtwrr Aurl Bnlllrd SICOND ROW! N I'rr1wn 'kfkllldj fox Illlllllllll Iilrmlwtll Allunl Arnold Btn IL I nsnnu 1 I S ROXV P II xluonlx Benn I our 1 us Huh mr Cox Iamhuss hum ll I I1 nnlu rs Amrlne ll P1 IO R'IIl ROXV Cfrcumond C unn Ilrm :ral Ilulum1 ll xnson IJoI1I11ns Hellww 1 C11 u Gibson Count IRD R00 ll lrrlson lerrlerl 1111 I ldrnlgt Yasttr Irene 1 Iltnrlrntl s C rummgtt Hopluns SICUND ROW! lnours lost r Gowur Clrunxtrut S W nu low: Ill u nuss 111111 .51 P1 I Y lLlsl'l'l n nltman I ITSI II urs rn I M urs IN I wsson lurk IIIIRIJ ROXV In1,,r.1hm Lu. Ly nn Men du M at dan xp 1 H11 Ilurthxnga WNUII V5 YLHKL Sli UND ROW I I lu snn I ny mon Istmg I 1 Mlrltulx jones Mnlragal lx nnurd IILFI I IRS I ROXV Iopn 1 C1 Madrnp, 1l I ken may R lxtnntalw I nrson Ixuepktr IIISUII IuI1 Ilumlsun luh 1 Hun sc CLASS OF 1948 I h rc Three jumors partncxpated ln the state track umor boys who lettered m trac c t ns year 1 Gus Burton, Mflurnce Colvm, Forrest Cook, Ed and fleld meet held Frldfly and Saturday May 16 d 17 at Manhattan Kansas They are Gus Ward Hanson, Bull Holrom, Karl Ingraham, Marvm an , I M d I LI d Mfurs Donald Burton, Forrest Cook, Lloyd Maxrs Lawson, M1 ie 1 nga oy , Stephenson, Chester Strehlow, Robert Taylor, and Thomas Wyman GJ Scene 'V Argcmun ,J , . 5 'L M 3 V" I If0I'I"Il OX' . ' , f' . B '- I 4 L . 4 'l . ' y I' - ' I , 1 1 - I, 'Q ' f, ' buf V, A 1 1 h , . . . . . i -ll 'U N 1 du ' ', 1 - lx. I A I I I A " III LMI' . A ' W. I I , I llra lj. U: a L'1'k. I len. 1- - --, H. v I - A I y . Il ' 0 -Q H I C eh rf 'N p. 5 I ' ' K. I ij, eq fly ' I vig. , V , I , ' Gun , lice, 'L ll p, I I 6 'I'll U 1 " . 7' I' I V . ,Q 4 Ge.-'I -f. 5 'Q 1" ', ' -'l. ' ' G I I I 'A A I Allcnly. lllll, Grggg, flonzulez: Garcia: I5 . " ' ' '. 1 I-'lII."I' R0 ' Gulley, II: K' " r, C l M , I-Q, llc 1 ' A Ck I, l'i'I , Hull. I9 C I 0 0 C5 .- fl ' M , f' ' ' I IfOl'I 'rn ROR' '11 JI 'V I1 . J. JI -- 1, . -.Q ,K I NIL .l. l,: rin. M1 ' , G sham. ,l. Kun L U t I l1u'rml. 12. I. .1 " . 'I '. . -I -V" ', al Ilrlgl, A ' i' C I.a1 '. . I.al ' ' ' ' ' llfillirh. 1.ff.T'2 Q. ' I 'A I y , IJ. 'I al . .' ' 1. jul . . . I ' , .' 1 I, 111. g ' ' - , l I 4 1 a 4 , c t , 1. 4 ' G AT ARCFNTINE HIGH INOURTH ROW' Dull Borders Rosas Brown K arroll Doyle. A top Blastht Hanltlns Harkness Prlclxson Alt Hamhlnn 'IHIRD ROW l'nglLn1an fhrlstle Bush null Bulq Albright lry Ktnntdy far txgtr Appleton fovsptrthvsant Acktrs Allard bl C OND ROXV fhernndt Campos Bar netr I trtmnll C hester Btterra Adcot C rovs der Bell I ross R Brom n I-lR5l ROW Larttr Blankenshnp Las sldy C trnahan Cobble Glaser Brashtar K rnsp By rd sar Mtgtthan Moffttt Dyerson Davis Graham Hamhlm Head Fndncott Sloblom IHIRD ROW Morlev l'owltr Frame l lynn Holsxngtr Daw ts Pagan DeMlnt Huffman Grube Phnlllps Lehman SH OND ROW Jester Howell Earns H hott lranklm Hull Hall Gossttt Hinds Fullerton l-usher Duckworth Sexton HRSI' ROW Imler Hanght Estts krank Im Stanton Helsler Graham Sweem Hones brunt Sanderson Fukhoff CLASS OF 1949 The sophomore class was the largest class thus year, conststmg of 252 students wtth 132 boys football and 120 gxrls P565 Robert Mullens and Charles Walters lettered nn D A Whnte quftlxfled for the fmals tn the Bug Class offxcers were Helen Yonevxch, president Slx Track Meet Chrns Vedros, vxce presndent, Nelda Allard, secre tary Neva Wells, treasurer December 6 There were twenty one sophomores m the Mus tang Club wlth acquelme Farrts and Donna Hmds as two of the club s cheerleaders Hoover The Sophomore Sltnd was held at the Legnon Hall Class sponsors were Mxss Edna Barnes and F S C-'D I X w Argenuan Ste-ne 23 O ff W ' ' 9 a W, x 1 0 0 rouurn ROW- tanarey. Johnston, vas- V A " : . . 5 . . 3 . . K . ' J ' ' ' . . ' r C9 ,W THRU THE LENS If0lIRTl'I R0XVf-AVetlrus. Russell. Tucker. Thompszmn. Stewart, Phelps. Snyder. Lil- Iich. Rosas, Pierce, Singleton, Sparks, Solis. XVaIters. TIIIRD ROW -Smith, Sterner, Vollnogrl. W'illis. Payne. Piersee, Verhammu. Rader, Scanlan. Yearsley. Sharp, Rey noltls, XY!00L,Il"tlfI.. Sanrhez. SECOND ROXV-Reardon, Ynnevirh, Sex- Ler, Russell, Simpson, Smith, Stanton, Iiatrez. Quillin. Vest. Starnes, Paulson. Verbrugge. Smith. FIRST ROXV Vega. Wfehh, XVcIIs. Toler, Villanueva. Gipson, Recas. Steenrtxd, Thompson. Wfinfrey. Sanchez. I OI TRTH ROXV -Pelsor. Phelps, I eugeot Pensun, Messick. Studtlard, Mullins, Petti- grew. King. Kuttler. Maher, Payne. TIIIRD ROW' Pierson. Bccerra. Sager. jones. Lawson. Wfhite. Montiel, Karr. . f 1' 1, Jansen Lillich. McC1'n. SIKIUND R0xV--Merriott, Day, Pachero Ousley. Purkey. Manis, Madl Kalehaugh, Dwens. Martinez. Hill. FIRST ROXV -Martin Alonro Mowrer Mtrcer Watlt Mohcrly Marsh johnson Mitsthlxt CLASS OF 1949 June Stanton, Shirley Jones, Delores Bartmess, ames Dull, Katherine Setzer, and Frank Campos represented Argentine in the Scholastic Art Ex htbit June Stanton made a wall hanging for the spring concerts, "Rendezvous wxth Destiny, and a Wall hanging for the Red Cross Katherine Setzer also made 1 wall hanging for the R d Cross Frank Campos helped with the Mustang Q Stene 7-4 Argentxan folders and Delores Bartmess was especially good at design on metal Dorothy Estes was attendant to the football queen when the latter was crowned at the Argen tune Rosed 1Ie homecoming game hleanor Ann Duckworth won first place in t e St tte Baton Twirling Contest held at Emporia I . D Snitl , lu . l .. v . .Q . X , , y L . . L . K - u u - A " . . . , ' ' ' aa ' 5 u n . , - A . . . . . . if . h . ' ' . A . . . -, - ,'- ' fu , , 1 W ' Y anew, ,,,, -,,,,1,,,,, am.-- ..?..-,g ,-.,.,,,..e, GD AT ARGEVTINE HIGH nu I'OUR'1 H ROXV Halter l'tsher Carmody Baker Crozier Ilnkenluer Irtt Oar re-tt Dean Lhester Llyma l Itsl tr 'I HIRD ROXV Debturv. Cerouth Ayalt Heath breenwoutl Halley Kasmnul 1 Cmnts lumntng lirashear C multer lergu son Al tmlll 1 Srl OND ROW Custonedt I trguson Grt ham C ruwder C luenger Boyd Cham berlam Home C rummttt K .lrmodv Ilyt I-den Dale IIRYI ROW Drf. sler Dtnrtese Brown Dumtr farmen Brown lrederltks fur nger Brasvsell Coleman Drtnnon D ntels L1 4. mx POL RTH ROXV Mnssttlx Ioya Hanson H ampton H.1rrym.xn .ttohsun Mo Lrly IN enaltl lenmr I lrlmort Hays 'I HIRD ROW' Mow rcr Murphx I xtttllt Ousely Iltlms Morrtson Hlrdlng Ren nedy Itlrson johnson IN1LXVllIIlH19 Mantooth Larsen Horst llutk llthncr Moffett Ammv.rm.1n Ixltmpnaunr I'IRST ROXV Maddox Hallmark Ilurt Holltngsuorth Ixlaber Hubbard Sau Leda kyle FOURTH ROW Smxth Suggs 7 :mom Vohs Ntnemtrn Rohohn XVlllIll1l50ll Parker Wlynnngtr Md urly THIRD ROW Vtmllerwell Regln Rttt nun Smee Poole Wtlltants Solns Ycarsley Pugh Othlert SILOND ROW Reyes Vn.l,ns.lues Straub Weems Whtte bttelt 'leagarden lftter ltppm FIRST ROW Vfnlker Pnngle Oxerton Wtnegartlner Sellers Ouslq Ltter Rose Wrxght MPH CLASS OF 1950 Wtth etghty gtrls and seventy three boys the freshman class had an enrollment of 153 thts year They chose as thetr offtcers Jack Vanderwel prestdent, Bob Coulter, vtce prestdent, Norma Hollmgsworth, secretary, John Regan, treasurer The mnth grade was represented by stx mem bers ln Student Congress They were Bob Davt Martha Fredertcks, Dorts Fullerton, Ralph Nme O 4 mtte, Vtrgtnm Nune7, M1rcn Wtnegardner, and James Vohs Ralph Nmemtre lettered tn second team bas ketbftll The freshm ln class ts represented by ftfty mem bers m the Colt Club The sponsor of the Class th1s year was Mrs LaVerne Hoy. Argennan Scene 25 CQ . .' " - Q A 3 A A CU V f, I-r ' .' v T, v, -. Q -. ' Y . u li' 1 ' : 'I 2 A. xv . , . I 0 -w A A .. ,' . ' uf b- '. I- .' ' . .4 ' '. SECOND ROW' -Harrynum. Boydston. ' , ' ' . . 1 . I I " ' I ' ' H v . , ' - . I I g - f ng M I M , . . , , if I . V, Y . l rx ' Q ' O, y ., . W 5' , b . V 1 ' '. " ' ' v VI v Q . :, It 1 -N ' - . ' .W Y . 1 ' ' : . Z , . . . i V . K , - l a .. K - s L 0 f . . . . J , . : 's, . ' , 484 lil THRU THI' LFNS l'Ol R'I ll ROW Brown Boetk Dann berg Hayes Carmody Green l'vatt Gal Indo Gllltsplt l1tLh lullzr lfmmng IHIRD ROW Goff Laudlt Briggs l'lah trty l Cnlltspu. Brunk Lham' ers Bur roughs D111 Carmen llortl Sl C OND ROW hlsrodt R hltn i off Bmdburx L rxffnth Burgess Lytrbtr C llne llutson Ly nth llRS'l ROW Green C rane Ashlogk rntts Bond Carpenter C owperthwag I orluns Dexter hun: l OUR1 H ROW Mtrter I-larwnck Mor :les Hausler HOllISfLf jones Maupm lxtlso Hom in Onnons Neely IHIRD ROW MLK1lltp l Llbetr L Lxbttr Martmtz Mamas Ornelles SICOND ROW Larson Hogan Hurd Mdlam Morrns Lambeth Mxller Mat nu Odell Normllt llRSl ROW Murrav Iybarger ,latlxson lsxu Muller lxunze Lybarger Hampton lOl R I H ROW Rtul Purnell Prxestley Re lg m 'I odd Smnth Peugeot Perkins Smlllu Yulnh IHIRD ROW Ttcgardtn bwmnu Wasko Rmgle Utter Wnllnams Russell lttter Stllon Whltlatnh Payne Sl C OND ROW Sprlnghorn Stlgall Smlth XV llttrs Sanderson Smith Todd Wrxght Simons Webb l IRSI ROW Samhez Stevenson Rnos 'lownstnd Poole White Trlble Swan son Smnth CLASS OF 19 51 Slxty two gxrls and seventy two boys made up the elghth grade class thas year Robert Fztch, Kenneth Hausler, Jerry McK1ll1p and Roberta Whltlatch represented the class m Student Congress Q Scene 76 Argenuan Offncers of the class were Reed Smalley, presn dent Robert Fitch, vxce presndent jack Murra secretary, Betty Brunk, treasurer Class cheerleaders were Carol Ann Kunze, Norma Swanson, and John Yuhch 9 ' 7 ' - -f . ' . ' e- , av 1' I . Q T 2 w It ' ' 'Y O , E' '- - '. 1 ' - ' 3 I f- ' ', . I ' , 1 , . i . . ' ' , l' '. . .' . . . A ' 1 ' . ' . Y Wi Y O O X 1 rn.. , ' '. . ' Y , ' , Neighbors, Olunder. Lawson. Hill. : 'I rf' .H y x ,ua ', , ' . ' ' , ' . i O O J 7 ' ' W, . . ' -. ' ' , z 1 . . . . . ' '. ' V ,,, 1 a f V 4 V V Y ' aj, ' " ,w 2 . V . ' . ' , Q21 ' :."' , 1' , a ' '. .' ' , . . . 7 .U l 'Y-Y' ' . Y - l y V l j 1 v I u ' l ' - ' - ' : - ' . S ' 5 Ya , . . ' - . . CD XT ARC INTIINI IIICH IOI RI II ROXY Armstrong Banks DI ll stru I oll 1 1 Crlhxugh Bntmr I ross C xrrlgtr lil xsrhc. 'I I-IIRD ROXV j Kuulur Atl mms dtl Lon tm C xrrr little Buuhrr Do Lk I :mlm li :rr C r QFC OVID ROXV Br xshtar Corp B nnks urgus Durson C room I Il 1 in Bulty Blttntr fflllhl. FIRST ROW I u um IH Konnrr I oltm an Inlm fmutr Iirultn Dnulson Alum haugh R Lhxmlurlun Mus Wfnlhuu 3.3! rtmh vs mu hruffn H1 s Hllunnh I..ll"IIll0l't Iltmphlll THIRD ROXV I mt lxunltr Ilond I brrffln 1 mmm llnll 1 h sxngtr lx xltb xu1.,h SIT OND ROXW lumngtr Ilnmlxs Gr1l'L might Il rrw 1 l nts Glltltvst lulltrmn HRSI ROW johnson I rhur Flnkg Ill' I llillll Kl'l.,llSUn lfl m lrk .. QM 0 IK. Am. CLASS OF 1952 One hundred cxghty one students made up the seventh grade clflss thus year, mnety four of whom are boys and enghty seven gnrls The seventh grade class presented one assembly, November 25 Officers elected at the beglnmng of the year were Robert Chamberlam, presndentg Margot de Leon, vnce presxdent, Carol Pnerce, secretary Charles Braden, treasurer, Anthony Lxbeer 'Ind Maurnce Brashefur, cheerleaders Three students represented the seventh gmde nn Student Congress They were Kenneth Cham berlann, Kenneth Crabaugh, and Lee Ora Smee Seventh graders also partlclpated ln actnvxtles whnch mcluded Campflre Glrls, Colt Club, and jumor hngh basketball. Argentmn Scene 27 Q A 92 '2 , ,- G A :CB A Cla' ..l1lI'I' .Ay1lz. ,a a . ' '. Cas . I: Vxll.. A' t 'ur,. K' -l, I ylc: Di ' '. lm A , lame, I -A 5 Q, KVI K I ,A la' I ll' will I O We FOITRTII ROW' llollingsworrh. Ingruhm. If - . H0 mfll. l.r '. ' i , 'ck,, :ru A. ' '. . .ur- son. I . C: . ' ,Kc't , 1.11.11- ' 'lim . U ljillicl. it - 7-uf , nn-" , I, johi , IVV' 4 . '. Ilulll - . . . 5 . . . I CLASS OF 1 952 I 'I III R4IxxI.1n1.I II Iol-I I I RxIdrI4uL1 Rf. as ur r on I II Il I NI lx l1f.,l Rn Ins IIIIRD IIOX I III r NIIIPHI In MI fl 5,1 I Lssuk M111 K IQII II xrss Mui Rummlds SIK ONID II W NIEIINII I IIIIIIPS Nunn sn Ill Indu S 1OI.IsILI In Irs hglps 'IL an PL rx 1 N1 ILI1 ox NIIII I I IRNI ROW' Sand: rs In Pztzold I-Lr Inllmk NIIIIIIrI Mul Monro. Nur hx RLIIH Oxxpns Muon oo ...PSB I ' ' In XISXITICLQ fIIIIIxIr Sluplu I null SIIIIIII 4 III Wmu Vxr IS I III RD ROW Suggs SIIIILIIIIII W uol xx xIrrII I rn ll W IIIL rs I rul Im I roxx Sunni., SIIOND ROY W III VmIIsqIILl W IN IIILSLII Nlronu.II Rugs Shm Ly ngnr N up.,x I W ll"llL,lIkIl1LI' SI W tour Snue SHI! IIIITNXI Srrclllxnx Mull Strphlnxx Xoha IlII.1ma S T UDEN T CONGRESS RTH ROW IInxxIII Mullxns Ir xxm H rum VIIIS R Nlncnurg L Ol'll1lLIx j I Irx Ilulsln Lr Ulmxr Shnrp Chlldus RD ROW onuuh lIIIIsLr W III gh IIIII I Illxrg I ISKLI' C ru.lIxx1I1II M Broxx n II Iualnr Moffur SI 1 OND ROW' I I III D Ixn II Imp: In MLnLILz II Irrxson C r Ib IIIg.,II I IIIlLr n Crux HLrnInLIL1 H III I IRS I ROW Smu M W mug Irdnmr 'vIIIdLr51III Murphx I rm mlm rulxs WIIIIIIILF LIXIIIIP I Iudmn Ix wlllltg lft nLr I II IHIIHLFI un Q Sum 8 AYLLUIIIH Y' Q 'N-W nv.. W-nn I -',.v,,,A 'I' H R II 'I' II li I, 5 N S IiOl'I 'III IEOCQ' 'Sak -I Ia. " N"I .. I-r-1. '1 'y'. M - is , 'r I . IIIIY, I I"'Il, II' . " ' I." TF' I . f ' I . Id '- fII, xr , I' IA , NI 'I sur' ,If f I 'O ' I ', 'I ' ' , ' ' - 5 'I I QI " S d ' I' - ', I - I I I .' 'tI, ' I.. In '. pf. W - 7' I 9 O I'OI 'I 'I'II ROW Tu 'Ii -r, VI Il'. 'I " N WI 'I '. .' ' 3 . 'I' 'ilIu, T '. II. .' ' . 'l'rn-'11 II. ' I, I ga .. ' I ' I' I .I . ' - .W"'-. 'I - I," '- IIFIKIHU. 'I'ipron. l'INIL'gl'ilff. 'I'IIyl0r, fii I' X' 'I . 'II "I, WII ' x A . .' I ' . '.', I' 'kl - '. l' - . ' ' A. " - 'I ' . I-'lR."' RO ' S " . I.,' I' ' . I' I Ill. wr.. VT . . . , A WIS H. M K. . ,I ' I'Ol ' ' D " , ' '. IIII - " '. ll . I I ' ' -, M '- gg I, IIII 1. I g-, 4. , 'A 'ml ' Y . ' , 'I , ' Ialt' . Sn' . II z I. QI .' '. I '- ' I, 4 1 I ' . I ' - ' I ' fff 7'r'. I I , 1 - I " . Q I I ' . 1 ' to . Ia-V I 1 I -1 -2 - '- 'I ,,,, ,,-A,fi',-,,if,,, ,,,,,,. Q AT ARCFIVIINI' HIGH 'T' STUDENT CONGRESS The purpose of the Student Congress is to pro mote student participation in ervxce to the school and to enable 1 larger group of students to be come acquainted with the problems of the school and to help solve them 'lhe officers for the year were Bob Mlrvme '47, president, Lois Ann Smith '47, vice president, Bill Gieenwood '47, secretary treasurer Committees appointed for the year weie Scholarship Inter School, Social Publicity, Build ings and Grounds, A sembly, Club Charters, and All City Student Congress These committees investigated the situations and problems of the school, then reported the in formation to the government body The problems were discussed and probable solutions presented This information was reported to all second hours through the second hour representatlves There were 42 membeis of the congress this year The sponsors were V E Timmins and J C Harmon, principal PARENT TE A CH I' R ASSOCIATION With a membership of 248, the Algentme High work this year under the leadership of Mrs Harry C Kennedy The other officers for the year were Mrs ohn Coulter, first vice president, Mrs W A Suggs, second vice president, Mrs Everett Hutchings, secretary, Mrs Arden Miller, treasurer J C Harmon, principal, was elected to serve a three year term as fourth vice president of the Kansas Congress of Parents and Teachers, at Wichita, Kansas The association held a combmed Back to School meeting and Fathers night with the fathers filling the Parent Teacher Association offices The Founders' Day program was presented at night this year in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the national organization The officers elected for next year are Mrs Harry C Kennedy, president, Mrs Lee Woodruff first vice president, Mrs Charles Leminger, sec ond vice president, Mrs George Holtom, secretary, Mrs Paul VanDerwell, treasurer Mrs Fwerett Hutrhnngs Mrs Harn Kennedy. Mrs Arden Muller , A ' ' A 'L ' ? Y Y 'A' 'W' ""' A' 3 1"-'W' "-'tg' "A"' iff' A'i1T: 6 Y , - . . . I . . 4 2 c ' " ' 1 . . - 4 I . 1 ' ' 0 . . . C - I I . . . ' : ' . y -. .L y . . . - ' . S - ' . . . . ' ' . . O - , . E O School Parent-Teacher Association carried on its night and a regular Parent-Teacher Association I . - -I - . O - J . . . - U i l Y . . g . . D ' ' ' i ' 1 . ' ' - a - K C ' - ' u o - u . ' n Q - C S Y C C C I - . . l ' ' " a 1 . , , WM , - W Q I Argcnrian-Scene 29 CQ O FN M fu, F1 my S N 1 ul B111 Nlfl 11010111 11 lnwn 'Nnnunlrt Mllltr tl I 111 XX ontlru X I '1 t ll 1 1mn1m 11 ltns X rlllnf., SltpI1u1Sm1 Splttr M lrunt UND KUXX YIIIILSLII :urs rn gt ur on Ltnxxom 1 1 lx Nl XX 1 I1 s un hrl 1141011 mrrl in 1011 Arno L 111 L1 SIIUNIJ IAM IOUIISA 1111 1x It Dursm 1'1up.,tol Vxmluxx J XV kt mn ,Ls w 1 us rt us V as Pt xnxx n s 111011 So ls SICONIJ ROXY Ihktr Vtllsqutl Owmns ou tr 111 0 SIl'lj.,L1 u 'ur son Sl li XY 101111 lx lkuk llrtssltr 'I :rms mutt In 1 tus L1 1011 lLI71l11.,l1 C I 53XXtl1kL1 FOOTBALL A new touch ind 1 new opponent were 1dded to Argentme v1rs1ty footb1II thus ye1r 1s R1ch1rd E Armstrong, 1xr colps vete11n 1nd former b1ck field coach 1t Wyandotte, took over dutncs 1s head mentol Wllll'lITl Chrxsm1n hngh school of Independence, MISSOUFI, jomed the 11st of Mustang opponents Exght lettermen, seven lmemen 1nd one b1ck fxelder, returned to pl1y the ten g1me schedule, slx games of which were won by the Argentine eleven Ger1Id Coz1d 1nd M11v1n Coons returned t the te1m 1fter servlce nn the n1vy 1nd COISC gu11d, respectnvely M1rv1n, 1 Ietterm1n 1nd co taptam of the te1m, pl1yed end, whnle Ger1ld fllled the fullbfuck posxtnon Other Iettexmen who pllyed on the folwlrd w1lI were Kenneth Mxller, end George Nmemlre, t1ckIe, B111 Holtom, t'lClil6, Dxck Woodruff gu1rcl Chlrles W1Iters, gu1rd, 1nd Ku1Eldr1dt,c, center B111 G1CCnW0Od, co c1pt11n 1nd s1gn11 callmg hfalfback, w1s the only b1ckf1eld letterm1n to return th1s 5e11 Miller, Greenwood, 1nd Wood nuff were selected for the 111 st lr cnty te1m The squ1d w1s 1 well b111nced one wlth speed 1nd 1b111ty nn the b1cIcf1eId comblned w1.h 1 h1rd ch1rgmg lme whlch h1d 1n 1ver1ge wclght of 162 pounds 1 man It scored 1 tot1I of 158 pomts C0l11P"ll6d to 110 by nts opponents Elght lettermen wxll lg"ll1'l be lu lck for next ye1rs competltxon Ind they will be flghtlng, to nmprove on thxs se1son s excellent record SCHEDULE September AFLCIIIIHC September 27 Argentine October 4 AFLDHKIIIC October 11 Argentme 6 Oetober 18 Argentine 0 Q Scene 30 Argtntnn Turner 7 October 1 cntnn OSIIIIIKOIIIIC 0 October Argentnnt Shawnee Mnssxon Noxembex Argentmt Le1venworth 7 November lb Argcntme 74 Wy1ndotte 14 Noxember 2' Argtntnnt 19 I IWICIIQC Ollthe 7 Atthlson 13 Rosed1Ie 7 W11I11n1 Chrnmmn 6 C9 63 ' - T' "7 A4"" Alf "" "QW 1 'I 11 R If '1' 11 I. 1. 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Y u V ' . , . 4 2 Q . 1 Y , . . . . , 20 , ,,,, ' ' 26 25 A 'g ' e 7 ,4 ' ' IS ' ' - 12 S4 1 ' ' 30 4' ' ' 27 z ' ' ' 0 ' ' 31 ' ' X j ' - 37 ' " G A I ARGEINTIINE HIGH FOOTBALL LETTERMEN Mn- .Jag 'rw 1,1 in S wk WN N 'ivan-M 'WWAWW QKEW .Haunt--M dna-ww 'I Y'-f-W' 'M x ,Q , If 'WM-,, s "PM-w 'Qin-...vw 'QW' "WW-"" AWN HIQW wage warg mv 'Www w w A awww we FIRST ROW Bull Ansley Fdvmrd Bowman Gus Burton Marvm Coons Gerald Cozad Karl Fldrxdgc SECOND ROXV Bill Greenwood Bill Holtom Harold Lawson Andrew Lllllch Bob Marvlne Kenneth Muller THIRD ROW Robert Mullens Paul Splter ihestcr Strehlow Jack Wfnlllng Charles Walters Dirk Woodrlxff Prospects for the 1947 football season with nts enght returmng Iettermen show a good possxbxlnty of producmg a flrst class team wxth an excep tlonally strong and experienced Ime combined wnth a fast and effnclent bacxfxeld Of the elght veterans who wxll return next fall, sxx are slated for the all rmportant Ime At end wxll be Robert Mullms 49, who earned hrs fnrst varsnty last season Frllmg the guard spots will be Jack Wallnng 48, and Charles Walters '49 Charles has two frrst team awards whlle ack wxll be working for hrs second award Holdmg down the tackle posltlons wnll be B111 Holtom '48 and Ed Bowman '48 Center for the squad wrll be small but effxclent Karl Eldrndge ' Chester Strehlow '48 wlll be the last seasons ball totmg regulars to only one of return next season He wrll probably return to his quarter back spot whxle Gus Burton, who earned hrs fxrst letter m the 46 season, wnll be puttmg hls speed to good use at a halfback posntxon Coaches for the season wnll probably bc thc same as last, wlth Rnchard E Armstrong as head coach, Roy T Baker handlmg the varsnty Ime and C E Swender and C F Kukuk taknng carc of the reserve squads Argentnan Scene 31 C9 . 1 r - 6 Z- .W ., ..., Alll g Q , I I ,,,, In I .-A:-:- U ' :-:: : I -5 --:: 2 . ,Q -1 -,:v 3 ::: ::::' ' ' Q T .I . , I ' .ll . , A fs - X X' "" ' 'zl' E Q x 'wt lt ' Nt: ,M 'qw' :21-V QW lf: imyf llllllllll 3 Q gm in I III I - :'-:: 'M I IIII x as . , E' I . :r.. 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THRU THE LFNS L VARSITY BAS KETBALL FOI RIH ROW Doyle Mlxllens R Nme mlre Strthlovs Srtphcnson THIRD ROW Wfalttrs Iamn C1 Nme mxrt Pttrxgrcvs Sl COND ROXV Mllltr Stewart IIRST RO V R ron XVomlruff Armstrong Hanson Holtom Lozad lngrlham T Baker Fldrrdge Bur Marvme Prather R F WHS wwf JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL IHIRD ROXV Biker Suggs Fmkemeler Slmora VanDerwell FIRST ROVU C lxukuk Velasquez Dress lcr Yearsley BASKETBALL Nine lettermcn formed thc nucleus around which Coach Roy T Baker bullt the 1946 47 var slty basketball squad 1nd ILS excellent record of eleven v1ctor1es out of elghteen regular games A precedent was begun 1t Argentine w1th the playlng of the flrst mvltatlonal basketball tourna ment of anuary 10 and 11 nn whlch Wmfxeld Shawnee MISSION, Newton and Argentlne partlcx pated W1nf1eld downed Shawnee Mnsslon and Argentme to take flrst place honors 1n the tourney Wxth the exceptxon of Shawnee Mlsslon, North east League champnons, no team defeated the Mus tangs more than one t1me durmg the season The squad won two games from Leavenworth, Atchn son, and Olathe, whnle they splxt games wlth Rose dale, Wyandotte, Ward Turner and Lawrence Ward and Rosedale shared the clty tltle whxle Argentlne, wlth 1ts three wm and three loss rec ord, took th1rd place honors, and Wyandotte fm GJ Scene 32 Argenum nshed ln the last spot In the Northeast League Argentme lost three games to take th1rd place Shawnee Mxssxon 1nd Lawrence were txed for fxrst place when the Mustangs closed thelr season wnth 1 29 34 vxctory over the Lxons to gxve Shawnee the league crown Argentme took another th1rd place, thls one m the reglonfnl tournament, played at Wyandotte The Mustang qulntet downed the Haskell Indxans nn the openmg game but lost to Ward ln the sec ond mght of play In the th1rd place playoff Ar gentme defeated Wyandotte by a 29 to 25 score Thxs IS the flrst txme ln 1ts hxstory that Argentlne has defeated Wyandotte twlce xn the same year The Wwrd, Rosedale, Wyandotte, and Lawrence vnctornes were the most excxtmg wxth the fnrst three of these teams bemg nosed out by one pomt margms nn tlght defenslve games The Lawrence vlctory was outstandmg because of xts decndlng the league champxon G -1--' w 4 1 51 , - W l ' I I . X YH I l Q A . q I C I ,L ' V4 S 'gk Q' K W We 1 W, SECOND ROW-Boise, Fanning. Coulter. 'Ne Solis. if . , - , l S 1 I I. . ' l s , u ' ' C I J 4 I I l . . . 1 Q , . I . . . 9 ' v . . G C9 ARC ENTINF C BASKETBALL LETTERMEN 14: W, ws-,N 'ks ag, 'gf 4' 'Wh-f num-.W 4' 'lip'- ,ep-A-vw Www 'Q'-nw mmf- Nf...,.-ef' A nr 'Qw- IIRST ROXX ins Burton Mlrun foons Ctrlld Cozad klrl lldrldgv. Fdvu ltd Hanson Hull Holxom SHOND ROW Bob Marunc lxenncrh Muller Ccorge 'Nllnmmnrn Row Pmther Harold Sum :rr Khester Strehlrm Duk XVoodruff A CLUB Orgamzed m 1920 to promote clean athletxcs, secure closer co operatnon between players and oaches, nd cultlvate true sportsmanshnp the A Club has a total membershxp of 435 Although there is no offlcnal umform of the club, the regulatxon sweater IS a whxte one wnth a blue letter ' A' on thc sleeve 'A ' CLUB THIRD ROXY Rocha Bowman Mullens Hanson irrehlovn lhhg Iavsson SFCOIND ROW Wallvng Burton Pld fudge Qprcer Anslcx Iullnh Cook FIRST ROW K l' Swender I rccnvsood Marunc Holtom Muller Mfurs Wood ruff fozad Offxcers of the club thus year were Bull Green wood '47 presldent, Marvm Coons '47, vxce presx dent, Kenneth E Mxller '47, secretary treasurer, and B111 Holtom '48, sergeant at arms Mr Clyde Swender was sponsor of the organn zatlon The annual A" Club banquet was held M1y 23 'NH 'W rv- Argennln Scene 33 Q AT. 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A . , . , , Q . fer, .9 V . , N W., THRU THE Ll:NS 1 947 TRACK Snxty flVC senlor hxgh boys, mcludmg ten letter men, reported to Coach C E Swender for the 1947 track season For the fnrst tlme m the hxstory of the North east Kansas league the track champnons were de termmed on the basls of wmners of dual meets Argentme met Leavenworth and Olathe on thenr home tracks, whlle Lawrence, Shawnee Mnsslon, and Atchxson came to Argentme The team also entered the Umversxty of Kansas and Baker relays, and the regnonal and state meets The league meet was held at Argentme on May 2 and 3 Gus Burton, Bxll Greenwood, and Lloyd M1115 were the outstandmg boys on both the hugh jump Q 'fb ,pans 40" 'N -1'-'QM' WQ'-f"r Mkt eww Q-,f ...W-av NDN- ,wig je' 6' as ew' ...wb.,, gqjiff and the hurdles, with Maxrs also handlmg a large part of the broad jump and Burton and Green wood runmng on relay teams Andy Lllllch was the top man nn both the 220 and 440 yard runs whlle Forrest Cook handled the half mxle In fxeld events, B111 Holtom, Kenneth Mlller, Chester Strehlow, and Rlchard Woodruff were the lettermen who returned from last year Holtom was generally actlve m most of the events, mclud mg the broad jump, hlgh jump, shot put and dns cus Mxller was an outstandmg man on shot put, discus, and javelm Strehlow was top man on both the dlscus and pole vault whlle Woodruff was the chnef pomt collector for Argentme m the Javclm event 'NWN rd' We' 'href' vsvf 1 IIRSF ROW ins Burton lorut Cook Bull Greenwood Bull Holrom Andw Lllllch SPLONID ROXV lloyd Murs lxtnncth Muller Tony Roch: Chester brrthlow Robert Uhhg Q Scene EH Argtnuan G .-..- l . 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CIIIIRIIADIRS I lmtr W'o0lu .1 rd DFW ff, fi MUSTANG CLUB The Mustfmg Club with a membershlp of 136 xncludmg the seven cheerleaders, elected at the be gnnmng of the year the followmg offncers Gerald Cozad 47 presndent, Charles Thornton 47, vnce presldent, Nancy Culp '47, secretary, and Fern Best '47, treasurer Four pep fnssemblles were glven by the Mustfmg Club The club w1s org1n1zed to creite Interest ln school 1thlet1c 1ct1v1t1es, to stnmulfate pep through assemblnes and to lead cheermg at games Cheerlefmders who were elected by the student body were Melvm Woolery 47 Helen Ulmer 48 Louxse Ballard '48 Helen Gooch 48 Jflckne Farrns '49, and Donna Hlnds '49 The Mustfmg Revue called Down nn Emerson Pftrk conslsted of three p1rts The Roarmg Twent1es,' 'The Gay Nxnetxes, 1nd The Atomic Fortles, was presented Janumry 29, for the pur pose of ralsmg funds for the Mustfmg Club b1n quet held May 3 at L1ke u1vxr1 Mxss Gladys Congdon was sponsor of the Mus tang Club. AFLLHKIIH Qctne 35 Q ' I I 'L Q I - - G fm., H as fr ,., Mfg! '-. v M n 4- FOI' 'A ROV' C zl. I ', ' '. ID - 'L vull. a ' ', , '. I ' ' I . Ia M roll. If1.r' . ' . Q lx, k I 32 '. 3' . 1:"",Ia.r'-I I A , lL'y'.' Q' . Q ctr. l ' - 4' A ' ' -B '-1. Ii -. 1: -, ril 'lg ', cg 'IL I - . ' -. 3 ,J , O I A I H 55 Y , H A I ,I A a Xi .Af A-0 - ns ' I: " ', .2 I. V '. All A I. Line I3 7.1. . il wax A A - , If: ' ' . I. g. l, ' 't' '. Lup- ham. Lawson. Ilincls. Moody, Lillich. O I W an . 5 es . rr -A f: 12 " . I '. -X . C, K 'gilt' 11.4 'nj C. -1 ' gh Z I " ' . ',i '. ' . RC . I,i- I., Q b 'th. Q 52 .2 5 I--I '. B'l- la . ,VV ,P . v . ' ' . . , , " ' a 9 . . . . . . , . . 4 . , , L , . I , . - . ' .' . H ' as ' , tt ' ' 1 Q K ' ' aa ec ' 1 . 1 ' 97 K I - THRU THE LFN9 Afmhh lOl Rlll ROW Rmgan Ozhlert Bosca Knulur llauslu Vanllervs ell Numrruu janohsnn Dc an Rohohn Wxlllamsarn Helms Inshu 'IHIRD ROW' Coleman MKWlllIlIll5 P urktr lrnorr Chester H iyes Y e lrslu I h1mhLrl11n I I arson Slrob Brlshr xr H ulnh Irlglrdtn SIIOND ROW McKillip Muller Olnn c r lrummut lmh Qmallq Clymn Bnlq Greenwood lattrlle Cerowulw Brunk johnson IIRSI ROW Mulclnx Pringle flfflglf Brass-sell Drrnon P Brown llppln Sumons Srronnh j Holsnnger XV1n frflffllh Llll FRI PADI RS Hollmgsvsorth Nor mule Daniels Wfmegardner COLT The Colt Club, one hundred members stron made up of jumor hugh students, 52 gurls and 48 boys, was establxshed to create an mterest among junior hxgh students m school athletxc actnvxtnes, stimulate pep xn assemblles, and lead cheernng at jumor hngh and second team games. Officers of the Colt Club elected at the begun nlng of the year were: Ralph Nmemnre '50, presn dent, Edward Chamberlam '50, vxce presndentg Lee Ora Smee '52, secretary, and Marcxa Wme gardner '5 0, treasurer. Q Scene 36 Argennan I0llRlll ROW' Punt Mrmrmr Paxne Knrmtn llner Russell N Brown lred erlrks kylc Ovuly Sellon 'IHIRD ROXV jackson lynch Trlhlc Wfhne lnrpmntcr Kunze Gunz Svsm son Reagon SHOND ROXV lsau. Rose Chamberlain Bnlu XVrnLp,1rdner Landls Bndtn lxuttlcr IIRNI' ROXV Smlll M Qtrehlow M Snrthlovn Burgess Smith Moore Croom l Nmu. Vohs LHllRIlADlRS Wlnegardner Normrle Dmuls Hollmgsmonh CLUB A gold Colt Club emblem on a royal blue sweater worn Wxth dark trousers and skirts was the offncxal umform of the orgamzatlon Before the basketball game wnth Turner on December 13, a pep assembly was presented by the Colt Club. The cheerleaders were: Johnme Normnle '51, Norma Hollmgsworth '50, Marcia Wxnegardner '50, and Donald Daniels '51 Mrs Ethelyn Morgan was sponsor of the or gamzatnon. 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Q AT ARGFNYTINE HIGH N UMERAL CLUB 'IHIRD ROW Carter Haas Russell Pa rhuu Hall Mlrnnes SFKKOND ROW S Unruh Blankenshnp Huffman Holsnngu Veg.: Dudnxurrh Moody Muller lxlempnauer GOLF There were four returmng lettermen on t e golf team thus year They are Tommy Baker , Dwayne Boxce '51, Freddy Larson '49, and John orrns 4 The golf team played Shawnee Mnsslon, Atchn son, and Leavenworth, members of the Northeast Kansas League The champxonshlp was determmed by three 18 hole matches The Northeast Kansas match was held May 3 m Kansas Cxty Four men representmg Argentme entered the state meet whnch was held May 8 and 9 at Indnan Hrlls rn MISSIOH, Kansas THIRD ROW' Wmxcxlrry Banlmy J Borders srl null llmntr SHONIJ ROXV Murrls Wlrrtr Larson Baku HRbl ROXV lx Cordrrs Bom. Crounh 9 Argennan Scene 57 Q .. . O 5 3 ' X, I 4 1. 2 1' I A- FIRST ROXV--Crew. Antonopoulos, Payne, 5 . h . . . . ' . '51 - - M ' ' 9. ' - - 4 . La ull. K .Yi 'l. l ' l IRI 'IHP LE MECHANICAL DRAWING The fxrst year mechamcal drawmg class has a course offermg problems nn sketchmgs, free hand drawmg, pxctornal draftnng and blue prmt readmg Fnrst learnmg to read the varlous types of blue prmts, the students start free hand sketchmg The second semester begms wnth the use of nn struments, the T square and trlangles Second year work IS a continuation of that of the fxrst year Here problems of machlne dcvelop ment, mtersectnon, revolutnons and transntnon drawings are solved Isometrnc, obhque, cabinet, true perspectlve, tracmg and blue prnntnng complete the course Beyond the second year draftmg students take advanced machme drawxng and archxtectural Thxs type of work ns used m draftmg rooms of local mdustrxes The class IS under the dnrectnon of E A Moody WOODWORKI N G After learnmg to draw their own plans free hand, the woodworkmg classes under the dxrec tnon of C L Rxchards learn to make many useful thmgs It xs necessary for the boys to become famnllar wnth the machmes ln thenr uses and especnally then' safety factors While learmng the safety factors and dnfferent uses, the boys renew thexr acquam tance wxth the hand tools by makmg fxrst pen holders After these are completed the boys can make what they choose Some of the thmgs completed are Cedar chests, cabmets, desks, table lamps, end tables, coffee tables, magazme racks, trays and all kinds of modermstxc tables The purpose of the class ns to provxde experx ences whlch wnll develop the xndxvxdual mto a useful, happy and successful cxtlzen The most xmportant anm of the class ns safety Other axms are I To develop m each studcnt ln actlve xnterest xn mdus trnal hfc 1nd nn mcthods of productnon and dnstrnbutnon 2 To lurn to select cure for and usa. propcrly the things we buy 3 To learn the apprecxatnon of good workmanshnp and good dcs1g,n 4 To ucqunre an attxtudc of prlde or mterest ln ones xbnlnty to do useful th1n1,,s 5 To cncourlbe hnblts of ordcrly methods of procedure nn thc ptrformlnce of my txsk 6 To have 1 knowlcdg.,c md understandm1, of workmg, drlwnng., common tools and machines nn order to m lke m ltermls con form to our needs 8 To encourabe tht dcvclopmcnt of hobbies or sxde line mtcrcsts 9 To dnscover mterests md aptxtudes of students nn the classes 10 To develop nn each student the habnt of sclf dnscnplme whxch requxres one to do a thlng when nt should be done, whcther nt us a pleasant task or not ll To develop nn each student the habit of careful, thoughtful work without loxtermg., or wastlna, tmme 12 To develop nn each student the attltude of readiness to asslst oth rs when they need help and to yom nn group undcrtxknn s ELECTRICITY Electrncnty ns the greatest force known to man The student entermg vocatxonal electrncxty wnll klnd Electrxcnty ns leapmg ahead at an unbelnevable rate the world over, and has become the most lmportant factor nn modern c1v1l1zat1on All of our marvelous developments nn radno, telcvlslon, electronlcs, radar, atomxc bomb, and so forth, employ electrxcal power and prnncnples of electrncxty It 13 truly one of the world s greatest nndustrles G Scene 38 Argrnnm recenve trammg four hours a day and may start the course when a sophomore and contmue through hxs semor year Upon completnon, a good student wnll be gnven a recommendation to lndustry, ln securing a job The tranmng IS on the job trammg wlth related mformatxon 9 Tl , 1 ' 3 NS - S L I. 1 . . . . . C K - 6 If I . , , I ' G K t . . . . t 0 l S x - 0 I I . . . . I L 1 5 - I I I X - . ' ' ' 1 ' ' A ' - - . ' r s ,, , ,, . , - . . , . , . , . L I l 'I . . . . . . - - A I V I ' . . . . t - 3 y 1 ' - . N , ' ' ' ' - ' 1 ' A 1 A I D . . Q A ' " Q 1 l ' ' 7 1 ' '. . . 7. To develop elementary skulls nn the use of the more ' : ' v 1 . . s . ' ' ' . , - L K 6 i ,Y " 1 1 1 1 . 4 . I A A I. Q 1 A - 4 I I ' I - I 5 - x ' I 1 A 1 a W . . 1 - - 1. . , , , , , 4 . v , ' , ' ' ' l . 9 . . . c 4 s . t - - Q ' 2 ' f 1 ' ' L - . . . . . . 4 1 t 1 , . . G I . . . . . . - 4 . . . . . Q O AT ARGENTINE HIGH MECHANICAI DRAWING W'OODW'ORIxING ELECTRICITY C9 'nm M0 if Argcntiun -- Scene 39 Q 9 THRU THE LENS CLOTHING Two years of clothung are offered to the hugh school gurl so as to 1 develop an interest un beung suitably and becomungly dressed considering the family mcome, 21 to develop a sense of appre cuatuon of beauty of lune and color and to learn how to adapt uts uses to unduvudual types, OJ to develop a reasonable degree of skull un the con struction of a gurls wardrobe The furst year enables the gurl to learn the um portance of beung well groomed and suutably dressed She learns the fundamental pruncuples of constructuon, and how to use the sewung machmes In the furst year of clothing the gurl constructs a blouse, a skurt, a chuld s garment and two dresses She also learns how to keep her clothung un good repaur The object of the second year course un clothung us to develop a greater degree of skull un the con structuon of more advanced garments Some of these are a wool dress a rayon dress the remodel ung of one garment, the makung of a suut or coat, and a formal or sheer summer dress IO URNALISM Consustung of twenty one members, the thurd year ,ournalusm class was duvuded unto three staffs for the Argentuan Don Blythe Clara Ethel Child ers, and Joan Perry were the editors of these staffs Anna May Cramblut was the busuness manager of the paper Editors of the annual were Maurune Adduson, Velma Imler, Shurley Kunze and Glendora Lapluam Business manager was Lous Klempnauer, sports edutor was Don Blythe, and advertusung manager, Perry McCray The Press Club consustung of fifteen members elected Maurune Adduson, presudent, Don Blythe, vuce presudent, Beverly Hull, secretary, and Joan Perry, treasurer The fifteen members are Maurune Adduson, Don Blythe, Clara Chulders, Anna May Cramblut, Frances Greenstreet, Beverly Hull Darlene Hinds, Velma Imler, Bobbee Isaac, Shurley Kunze, Martin Markula, Perry McCray, eanette Perry, oan Perry and Darlune Rose Frances Greenstreet '48 won honorable mention and Scroll Socuety The junior journalism class consusted of twenty seven students while the sophomore class had forty five The total curculatuon of the paper was 1,250 LIBRARY To provude mformatuon and promote more read mg us the purpose of the school lubrary Through posters, brughtly colored book jackets, neatness, and pictures, the room us made more at tractuve to the students and unterests grow to ward readung Reference books are had as well as books of fuctuon and non fuctuon Q5 -U A r Mrs Hattue Poppuno, Argentune lubraruan, had the assustance of sux students to help her keep books un place, clean shelves and to check books un and out They were Euleen Amrune 48 Norma Barnett '49, Maruon Clyma '50, Lula Hudson 48 Betty Dean '50, Lloyd Tuppun '50 The posters made for the room were drawn by Maruon Clyma ' ' , C - . . o Q , - . . . - , , - . . y . - . . . . . . , . . . . J J u ' - , , ' in an editorial contest held by the National Quill n u ' , ' ' 7 . . . , n 1 ' 1 , ceue ,l i fgen lan -T TTli1-lik Y T-if iw- Z TY Y if -W Airiiir , l G 0 AT ARGENTINI: HIGH CLOTHING O I O I IOURNALISM LIBRARY Ar mum Sn ne fl O O I O Y ' 1, Y ,, " ' Y"1 'Q g' H --Qc -' 9 C -'T THRU THE LENS U ORCHESTRA C The orchestra composed of 60 members gave an exchange assembly, April 18, at Leavenworth. The annual orchestra concert was presented April 8 with these students as soloists: Dorothy Quirk, cellog Roe Evans, fluteg and a double con- certo violin duet by Clara Childers and Maxine Holsinger. A string ensemble composed of four senior girls, Anna May Cramblit, Dorothy Quirk, Maxine Hol- singer, and Clara Childers entertained at various occasions during the year. The orchestra played for junior high gradua- tion, May 28. Mr. Harold J. Mould is director of the orchestra, BAND The band, with a membership of 88, led the Kansas Day parade October 23, and was the only high school band that played in the arena of the American Royal that day A pep band composed of twenty two students, played at all home basketball games, and some football games For the purpose of raising funds to take the band and orchestra to Topeka, April 22, 1 second Rhapsody in Blue and Gold was given January 21 by the band The band presented its annual spring concert CQ bc n t April 10 with these students as soloists Leo Rudd trombone, Anna May Cramblit, piano, a horn duet composed of Bob Dunwell and Eldon Badger and '1 clarinet sextet composed of Dolores Christine, Nancy Culp, Ruth Dowdle Helen Ghrist Don Johnson and Lois Ann Smith The band gave 1 program at Central Junior April 11 A brass quartet composed of Jack Easter, Terry Miller, Leo Rudd, and Don Christine played for senior high graduation The director of the band is Mr Harold J Mould ' 1 G L - . 9 ' . ' m . . - f 1 J , . . . . U . ,, . . . . . ' e fs 42 - Argen an -i-'1-Hj jTTi1'ii.7' Zi ""t""T.iJ"" ,T '7'l"""" 9 AT ARGFNITINE HIGH ORCHESTRA HI TH ROXV Mnhg Duns II xuskr I h.1mlul.nn R Smnth Mun Lmdrey L mm Rudd Askrnn Bull POUR fll ROW' Qdndus L.1ph1m Dun wr. w ms Duckworth Gush Iamc lunch L ulp Hows ard Du Wfhm. 'IHIRD ROW 9 Rodrlgruz I ttLr clyflll Moberlw D lnncbug Albright Wllkgs Yuluh larrna Mow rar D Guhnr Pounmnn bam: QFCOND ROW BxhL0Llx H Ipmson R Barrel Maddox Hull Whltg MLK or ITIILR I hxldcrs Holsmgmr YL lI'blLy C rambllt FIRST ROW Vohs M4XVlllmn1S Cdrtar Chambgrlun Sound:-ra Crovur Qlllfk XV1ncg.1rdnLr lxurr V xn'Nlorm nn BAND IOURTH ROW lllsul Grubr. llllurty johnson Sruddard Dunxull D lvns M Lawson Mor :las Simmons Stgphgnbun 'IIIIRD ROW BflShLll' Huffman Dunk Bouk lunnmg Du Whlru Pountlun SFC OND ROW Mobuly Russull john son Chrxsrnnf. Dovsdle imxth Culp Ouslgy Kuna Hgmphlll Bonnlr. IS hll. FIRSI ROW Vohs Mnhc Cnsh l'rf.nLh l'v.1ns Wxmgnrdner Smdcrs Mould Van Norman BAND FOURTH ROXV lindru Johnston Hall wig Askrcn l1unL Rudd Chrlsung lnrnn R Qmnrh D Whnre K hnldus THIRD ROW Bgll P ltton Br lshc If Wuknrsham Pxnru. H inks Muz T Mxllgr Covs pnrrhu ur Hunk Qff OND ROXV ,Ink Flynn Suggs K rxnn Hauslnr Vxssar 'IuItlL flstcr J.u.lxm1n Gunn Ch xmbgrlam M lrlxuld Moss Moffett FIRST ROXV M4.WxllmmS Ch.1mbLrl.nn Paxne lxlrr Wn Kxrk Blbiflllx lan ning H Lawson lrndnmt Cobble. I xr ter Ldpham C9 1 ' . . ' ' . ' . ' ' -.' -1 f -a , - 'll. l:'z ,, " ' . , 'L' , ' -.. ' - , I 1 . I' 1 1 ' ' . ' , ' "'. Q u 4 xv V ' 1 . ' ' Q 1' - al . '. N " . ' ' " - , " , 1 l A . O O O ' ,, ' .. .Q rl . V ' 7 a -1 . a , " worth, Layman, Bohhw lsuuc, Sxmpson . . . i ' V. NA , - ,vu -I.. A 4 . 'L 2, . .' . A "a . Q1 ' '. I O O O A - - ' . 1 . z -z .12 71" .lza ' " . 1 ' . ' '. 1: - . ' " a . . ,L ' " . a ' '. ' . 'a . :'. ' 1 1 ' I' - . . f " . , " . i '. I: - ne Argent .an CIEI' CIUB9 The Glee C lubs combnnecl had an enrollment of 83 thus yelr The Gxrls' Glee Club wnth 'nn enrollment ol 58 elected the following, officers Sue Sclrlett 48 presndcnt Bcvcrly Mnllcr 47, vnce presndent, md Betty Atchley 48, secretlry The Boys Glcc Club officers were Don Blythe 47 prcslclcnt, Gus Burton 48 vlcc prcsnclcnt ohn Moffct 48 sccrctlry It hxd ln enrollmcnt of25 The clubs went to Ohthe, Februfnry 2l for one of 1 serncs of progrlms of the Northelst Kansas I e 12,00 Plrcnt Te1cher Assocutnon Founders Dly ccle brntxon It Wyxlldotte hugh school, Iebrulry ll A white blouse 1nd Cl lrlc skirt were the unnform of the Cnrls Glee Club A sprung, conccrt wus prcscnted Aprnl 25 by the combnned Glee Clubs The 'ICCOITIPIUISIS for the clubs were Qhlrley Carrlger Ind M1r1lyn Yowcll respectxvely Mnss Mon1 Wllter IS dnrtctor of the Glee Clubs LP C9 1 H Rl I H r ' I 4 1 L ,.1 4 1. ' . ' , ' . .: .3 1 ' -' 1 5 s x ' 1 3 ' - L ' . A N 7 V . . . S5 ' , , J ' is : I , A V' 1 - 1 5 ' - 1, 1 v' 1 - 7 ' ' Y ' Y J . 1 ,. . , , , . . , . . . . ' f 1 4 , 1 .V . '.' 1 1 ' 1 .' f . , The Girls' Glee Club sang for the city-wide I X - 1 . . i, A N - ,- V, 1 . ' - , . ' . -H - 1' ' i,,Y,,,,, ', vw, ,A , , Y, W ,, , . ,'f...f'n'f'TTTn tv AT ARGENTINF HIGH BOYS GIFE FIUB TH RD ROW Pomlm Burton IIIFISKIHL Srumrl Sgrxuss Burdmrs Moffut Imm UND ROW' Ilushndl WI rs asunula Dmuds Mrndu lx Bordnrs I SI Y Xnxspll crgxson Ilul C isquls Blwthc larroxx I arson Ilxll D111 Mona XX 1ltLrs GIRLS GI EE L LUB UI TRI ll R XY lrummul llpslngruff lwur vu R ns lungs I lston XV IX I'ren4l1 I Chuhh Hufford Xylflghf Moods Sh :rp SL nrlul IHIRU ROW C ovur Long. Mlllu lxlnmpn nur Anhlu Smith Brwur Bnlhumcr XV ull. Bugkmin Hurt An IOIIOPOIIIOS I olcm in Hgrn lfldll QICOIND RCW' IVIIFIIHLL Rlghmond TIS dcl ioxnn Hrrnms Brown Bnnncrr S flrrlgnr Yovull Cosspnrthvxut Sum Lrlx Morrns Hmlx C Gullu Ixcnnndy IIRYI ROW' M Wfxlurs Burgess I-lud son llragosa Cormhus H Brown Wfhztcscll j Clullu Mlrqucz lhmmbcrs Monroe Imlu Inns XVII: CHORUS 'IHIRI7 RUXX Pnlugo Smlth Hopkins f umm I IYYILLT Mdnlhan Ln nvry. Haight. Mdflain. Cam os. SECOND RcJXY,'A'fI2lI'I!I1III. Alonzo Bar nctr, Gossctt. Hiscll. Grcnncr. June Stan ton. .loycc Stanton. Carnahan. Day. FIRST ROW- M. Wfahcrs. Blankenship vga. Howell. 'arris. Fullerton, Ii 'ol Sanchez. Martin, CQ A rguntian - S 'cnc V5 'HRT' THE LE V ART The art program provxdes for creatlve, func tlonal 1nd apprecntxonfnl experiences It IS tended to be cultural The xdeflls of natxons have been expressed thxough art The fum of thls class IS to enrnch the student's art experxence thxough dlscusslon 'md analysns of color reproductlons, prmts and rep hcas of reprcsentatlve works of a few great artlsts Class work deals with clay, metal, and wood molded, cirved and shflped w1th the student's own deslgns under the supervlsxon of Mlss Maud Hewntt The classes are composed of both jumor and semor hlgh school students BI OI OGY The work of the blology classes IS studymg the laws whlch 'lpply to all lxvmg thxngs 'md thelr BPPIICHCIOI1 nn both the plant and annmal kmgdom The laboratory m whlch the students work has a south exposure whlch permlts observfltlon ind experlments wnth growlng plsmts and IS well equxppea wnth preserved materml mwkmg posslblc the dxssectlon of both pl1nt and an1m1l types It has msmy models and museum speclmens and more than sixty charts Mxcroscopes, stereoscopes 1nd lantern slndes are avanlfnble to the student for study A l1rge aquarium wlth running witer and 1 v1r1etv of c1ges permxts both the keepmg and study of w1ter and 11nd ammals PHYSICS Physncs ns 1 lfnboratory sclence open to jumors and semors It de1ls wnth the mterflctlon of force wxth matter Such subjects as m'1ch1nes, he1t, sound, llght, mflgnetlsm 'md electrlclty 'Are studled Physlcs IS 'ln mterestlng 'md valuable subject because the prlnclples lend themselves to mefisure ment and demonstrfltlon by experiments, 1nd be cause they are wxdely ipplned nn everyday lxvmg 9 glenn IC Argentlm The llboratory IS well equxpped wnth apparatus fo1 both demonstr1t1ons 'md exper1ments The physncs students, enther mdnvxduwlly or m groups, perform more thin flfty exper1ments durmg the yen- The course IS deslgned to help the student under stslnd the physncsxl world ln whlch he lnves and IS 1n chwrge of F S Hoover Q 'I 1 NS I ' I I 2 1 1 . Ill- - . . . . 1 .... , . ' 0 ' . ' K C I n K c . . . f C 6 I I K . r.4 1 . 2 1 1 1 0 C 1 . 4 1 g . . c 4 ' ' K C K ' -K 6 i, can G AT ARGHNTIINF HIGH ART BIOLOGY PHYSICS Argpnum Sunc 47 Q .:. ,A X - Q rwfihf V 2 ,fgiwii 45 . f 'W 5, Q .L 0 0 0 0 I 3 1 1 KA M 4 0 0 0 0 . Rlr THE LE PHYSICAL EDUCATION The aim of physlcll education is to contiibute to the souls ol education through physical ac tivities A truned mind in 1 healthy body is the com bmation that counts most in life The physic ll education course endeavors to make sccondaiy school students physically fit to take on their various tasks in later life It promotes a degree of health that lllows one to live most Physicll educltion endelvors, through team games and individual sports, to develop a desire to continue a program of physical activities in later life The objectives of physical education are many, but may be summarized as follows 1 Duelopment of organic power and vigor by developing the heart lungs and muscles 2 Development of skills in team games gymnastics, rhythms, recreational and safety activities 1 Development of desirable character and social traits 4 The development of appreciation of physical education through a knowledge of the techniques, rules, strategy Ind history of the activity MACHINE SHOP The mlchme shop class is mtended for a boy the class room one hour each day studying related information, which mcludes shop mathematics, a study of the construction and operation of ma chme tools, blue print reading and other subjects Thiee houls each day are spent in the machine shop where actual experience on the machine tools up to date machines, including engine lathe, mill mg machine, shaper, grmders, band saw, hardness tester, and heat treating equipment The course is a two year one and must be taken in the junior and senior years The instructor of the machine shop course is D F Schultz AUTO MECHANICS Realizing that several years of experience are required to master a trade such as auto mechanics, the goal of this class is to give a good foundation for future building Auto mechanics is a four hour course revived this year, taking the pllce of aircraft mechanics The twenty two boys enrolled in this course aie learning most phases of the trade One hour each day is devoted to related information and thiee houls aie spent in actual shop work Approximately sixty cars have been repaired in O hut-nt Argcnrvin the shop, the work ranging from mmor repairs to major overhauls The cars repaired belong to the boys in the class, their families, or friends The only cost required is that of materials or for such outside work as cylinder rebormg, crankshaft grinding, and other phases which the shop is not equipped to handle Some of the new equipment that was added this year mcludes a Black and Decker valve grinder, cylinder hone, sander, portable grinder, clutch 1lij,nment tools, md a Devilbiss paint spray CQ ""' ' '-' ,. A 'f , T H ' N 5 v 1 7 2 I l - ' n AT , . . n n Q . l l , who wants to become a machinist. The boy is in is had. The shop is well equipped with modern K 1 1 l 1 K . I . . c e I 2 l x 1 ' . . . ' . . K K I K ' ' . u. 1 . I . . . 2 . v Q . . . K . D . ' - 18- " 1 7 ,fin - Wh Q ARGENTINE HIGH - PHYSICAL EDUCATION O I I O MACHINE SHOP I O QUTO MFFHANIC5 Argcncmn Sane 19 Q 4 , THRU THE LENS OFFICE MACHINES Off1ce Machlnes offers the hngh school student mstxuctnon ln operatmg duplxcatlng machmes and adding machmes and ln fxllng by varxous methods The duplxcatmg machxnes used are mlmeograph, mlmeoscope, dntto, and speedograph Mlmeograph dupllcatlon mcludes StCl'lCll1Zll'lg by the use of the mlmeoscope and the typewriter, op eratxon of the machme to produce coples, and care of the machme Hectograph duphcatxon gxves the student ex perxence m makmg coples on the speedograph and dltto machlne from master coples made with car bon, rnbbon, and dnfferent colors of pencxl and mk The addmg machme course emphaslzes addxtlon but mcludes mstructlon nn subtraction, mult1pl1 catlon, and d1v1s1on Fxlmg mcludes mdexmg and fllmg by several alphabet1c methods, also by numerlcal and geo graphxcal methods A comparlson of several dlf ferent systems of fxlmg IS mcluded 1n thns study The mstructor of the offnce machmes course IS Mnss Grace Dale TYPI N G The typmg department of Argentme has won many contests partlclpatlng ln Kansas state events, mter state meets, a natlonal meet and others of a smaller scope All tlme state records nn both accuracy and Contests sent out by Gregg Wrlter Awards pre sented these people wnth enghty word a mmute pms Shnrley Llston, Glendora Lapham, seventy word a mmute certnfncates Shnrley Carrxger, Glendora Lapham, sixty word a mmute pxns Helen Ghrnst, Peggy Slmerly, Jeanme Harrns Sue Scarlett, Shirley Lxston, Mary Ann Buckman, Col leen Gulley, Carol Robmson, Betty Jester Shxrley Lapham, Joy Vaughn Wanda Overton, Glendora Lapham, and Loretta Sanders A contest IS held annually m whlch local schools nn a flfty mxle radxus are mvlted to partlcxpate A trophy IS awarded each year by the Kansan Thns It Fxrst place wmners were Shirley Llston, sec ond year, Speed Carol Robxnson second year, Accuracy, Anna May Cramblnt, fnrst year, Speccl Harold Stewart, fnrst year Accuracy Many busxness concerns choose Argentme grad uates for thexr employees as they have establlshed a reputatlon for a hugh degree of skull for Argen tme CAMPFI RE GIRLS The purpose of the Campflre Gxrls IS to keep the gnrls 1n worth whlle act1v1t1es, to develop thoughtfulness of others, helpfulness nn the home, appreclatlon of nature, promotxon of health and thrlft The group consisted of thlrty one gurls who elected these offncers for the year Phyllls Brown '51, presldent, LaR1ta Danneberg '51, vice presx dent, Lxla Hayes '52, secretary, Elaine Small '52, treasurer, Marvyl Strehlow '52, scrxbe They took part ln the all clty Campfxre Revlew held at Memorlal Hall, March 29 By sellmg candy at basketball games dough nuts, and Chrnstmas cards the gnrls made enough money to go to summer camp The glrls made favors at Easter for the chnldren 'xt Bethany Hospntal They had a Chrnstmas and a Valentme party Q Scene 50 A ge t n Q Q . , , . . . . . , . . , , . speed are held by the school. is the sixteenth year Argentine has competed for . . - - - . 3 ' , f . : . . I - - ' ' 5 - - . . . : . . - , , , , . , - -- r n ia AT ARGENTINE HIGH i OFFICE MACHINES TYPIING CAMPFIRE GIRLS THIRD ROW Small franc Qugxll Tree land Snhuffcr folgmwn SFCOVD ROW' Shmklu XY'00lu0rth lngu Porur Suggs Durson FIRST ROXV Haus Boumfm bran Strchlnvs lulluton Pur Srrghlovs STANDING Rud Wlllll1h15 S Wil .l hams Rc-15., ln D mncbug Purncll Brown Pres GJ JH 1 rg.u.nn1n Sum 51 Designers Fabricators and Erectors Bu11d1ngs A Brldges an Plate Work STEI-L INSURES STRLNQ FH AND SECURITY KANsAs CITY STRUCTURAL STMLL Co of DENVER KANSAS CITY TULSA to H ' fewer vi T- o Qlnngratulatinns zmh Zsrst mishrs in the Qllass nf 1947 Qwgnnlhs ,ilvmrlrg Gln lghnnv ilkxrxfalx 7211 311111 Svtruuu Auvnuv ilfzmsas 61111 Kansas RI AI SIRVICI TO YOUR 110011 B HV Y MCGCOQZC S S A BOTTOMLEY Pharmacy DRUGS UII LINTI SC 11001 SUIH ll S f ssgfx KCK Av 0 Q A wg l h es ismes 9 s l U O O A 1" .. ' EOF A Il, I7X"f. 7 , I 2 ll iw- plf K, Q. C V K. 4. VA' '- 713' Q , -A4'-q' W'--AA' 'W"WAM-""7""'A"" ""' 'WWW'-"A""i"""MAAgYA " """"'i"""""-M1 T H R U T ll E L E N S llt-st Wislnw lo IW-I7 Class I-rom Illt' First State Bank lNlt-mlwr of IQ ll. l. C. E3 A Good Plaee To Have Your Printing Done Good night Printing Co. C40 Kmsxs tml 1247 T mm Dlitxtl 0123 Congratulations and Best Wishes In Future Years to the Class of 1947 Harshbarger D19 Goods Complnmtnts of Smoke House Cafe on rltulltnor mil llut Wflslu to 1 C ru umm, C o 1 47 1116 South 76tl1 Strut 3417 Strom lXlI1SlS Lux Kmsls O 5 mn. 1 1 1 lllli' .. cg SUS NU. L' l Sl. R ' G9 .X 1 C g . . ' is L - ' -s ll tll- 3 . l . ' K' Qlass l' f 9 9 L -liken? 54 'H' Afgvntia L. ,, xniiiilflfiiriiiifff.if-' A 'iff ,.,, 4,f1,,,. ' , -A ' Q ARC!-NTINIZ Hlfll T "" ' -A "" 'W " GJ Cnmplimcms of , . C,OI1gI'.llLll.lIllll1S LJ the Class of 1947 O. H. Olson 8: Sons DAIRY , l Brewer s Grocery NYE lnvr- appreciated your A FRESH MEATS-GROCERIES p.1Lrnn.1gc pu school . . . ' IRUITS and VECIIQTAISIIS LET'S CONTINUE "N-H .un 34 "' .nm L' 1' K.l1fLl' IIIOYI' I'AIRI'AY 6417 A Ht X 9 7 Rubx Au Industr1a1 State Bank ' A STRONG BANK on STRONG AVENUE 'ut 32nd STREE XY Q XY Ill Be Plmscd To Suu You In lury XX 15 MI NTBI R ILDI RAT DI POSIT INSURANCI C OIXPORAT ICN 9 A s 5 C59 SI ll Sl ixylfl The .Knut 11 I :nut Ill K1 K. Clly, I s x 1 .. . . ' I 4. I l V - I'A ' .15 .1169 A-U20 Y Q 0 Q N T,, M f' 1 '.-,. :nv 'f , Consistent Xvith Cloud Banking IJ I T T J I ' - J S s ' , - 4 4 4 ., . 1 . , 1 -if -'- ff' --fp-iw ---ff -.-Y -v , if , ..f',-,,,,,.. ,,,A,,,, ,EU ,nw K ' '. - -fcene ,S C19 O -L-?L' " 'ww'-""""'-kkA-1' ' " ' " iii ""' -' T ll R U T Ii E L E NI S Best Wishes to the Gradzzaztifzg Class of1947 2:13215 PARK THEATER TIPPS Cleaners XVILFL tlu II s,I1 Sglm I Studumts tlkp than IIN XX I X I MOVI I7 VISIT OUR NI W SIORL GOLD S Department Store . O Q Q ciUIIgI'.lIllI.lIIOIl9 If W 7, , x 1 Im was N A ' ' Q Q Im 1 IK' u 1 Csflcg 'ng , I-HH SIRONC' IXIIQXXZIICI' IN" ,IIS-I Strung I5AIrf4lX 9370 C9 U S if A 9 AT ARFFNTINIE HICH ..j. R. BAUMA .. SUPER SERVICE STATION SINCLAIR GAS AND OII Pl IONI I AIRI AX 6179 3000 STRONC AVINUI KANSAS CITY KANSAS Q LydlHke w Rellable Insurance Auto Llfe Hokc 8: Sm1th INSURANCE AGENCY 04 Sto fm 6 5, tu te 1 Addlson s SCIVICC Statlon r rg S 579 -J 2 3 7 4. L 1 Ai 41 . . , . . u C9 lot' Y. 0' I'I.lI'I'I'lX.SlI1lIl1 ' 1 Confrn lations to I1 ' cII'LltILl.llIl1g Class g of 947 ' , I ' a 1 l l Phone I7RcXcI 9617 1 Q 35 lm and A K untine Blvd. I Kansas City, Kanxxs I 35 . r ng Ave. l"Air 1. 100 C9 Q ::-' -- +v-- ' w.M.mw ,S,A,-M, ,AQ A ' -SA ne 9 A 7777+ TIIRIT 'l'IIl1 LILVS Cl3IT11l'I11 'nt' f Hale s Market FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN SEASON J ix in L F Weber s Market 901 1 S BFST XVISHFS GRADUAT1 9 1 J 4 7 'G od Things t E " CROCI RH 9 AND MI ATQ IOUIJS Ol UUA! HX Km Best Wnslmrs !'ldLl'lfll1L, C llm Cgrevn 5 iHlnrwt IAuf1x 7811 Svtmmnnn I I Funeral D1rec tors ll c Xl 1 s O C l1l1"llIlIl1lllll1S To llw in IJLIIILN ui 19 I7 3 5 1 O l Q , 0 7 0 at A 1 f f f. 'Z ., DRCM-I Q Mm V V V H r i ' . ' X , 1 Turner, '. was 5 I'V'M'4f"x N95 i E9 3. ' A 'gcntinc Blvd. 4 me City, KJ Q 1 T0 THE r TU The 1 A cm 3, OF ' Q Y l 432' 5 I 3 i f - . i , 1 T . ' . .' my 1 1420 South 26Ll Stwet 1 K.1ns.1s City, Kansas 5 ! 9 tene 58-A 8' 1' 'Tniii-ff1ffiAQfQi1M'fKifif'iif-Tiis-i'-L'--'i'7fT'f Efni G AT ARGFNTINE HIGH ' ' G 9 W W MACK I F Metz 81 Sons I-UMBER CCMPANY QRQCLRILS and MEATS Lumber Hardware Pamt Willpaper Axrflx 7lC1 "Sth md Mttropolntln KIHSIS C IIN Kmsms Tut Store Wnth Ptrsoml SLFVICL OUR CJWN IRFSH FCC S Phcmt DRLXLI 9755 3910 Mttropohtmn KIINIG Cm KIIISN Hart s fudtntt IHAT AN UNVIHSIMFNI VXI TIUQ A OC IATION IS SAII A 'A ABIT ANU IARNS A IAIR RITURN N SAFETY 4' qt or voun INVESTMENT KX NNW W E Fil E' :s oe 95 : Q.. I" O 9-7 s g UP TO 0 ssooo 'VCT C0999 Ar gentme Assocxatlon H I Smnth Premdtnt G F1nkeme1er Bakery KARL 111xKEMF1tR Prop CAKES and ROLLS For All Occasions Nom Better' Iew AS Cxood lhone fA1rf.1'4 7720 9 lovt Qtuttlry Trusurcr 3105 Strong Au Klnqw Cntv KIDSIS G Argent an Scene SJ Q 1 l 0 t K.S.C3. "I-Q -f' Q If ' KA' , 9 I A' f f ff, X ll,- AL ,' 2 f i 5 . . N NHNG5 . , . , 'BP' 4 1 -. AJ, . A S' Lu u' 1 " S E ' 3 e e A A 7,4 'W I .1 , , I ,, ' 2 . . g 1 :- ,A ' tte,-, U -,,,,,,---,q,,, ,tAV7, f Y 7V,,A, ,77,V A '1 I7...3 'cll, ,,,,......,.,.., ,,t, ,,.,,,, , . "" 1 ff xt x ". 1 1, ", Q . 9 GJ f ATI! "' -W-,M-W-,--H-A, R IT 'I Il Ya I. F ARGENTINE COAL CO. STIRLING MOTOR CO 2013 MIQTROPOIJTAN AVPQNUIQ ,wul STRUNCQ AVIQNU 0 up C ass 1947 CNOl1gI'.1fUl.1flOI'lS 'md But Wlslugs PHONF IAIRI AX 4600 ' VNI IAIRI AY S100 SUPERIOR c om RATUI x I mm TO ELECTRONIC SERVICE 3411 SIROINC AVIINUI Pl FC IRK Al APN IAINC 1 S SA IS md Sl KVK l PHOINOC RAPII RI C ORIJS RH ORDINC S NIADI OI VOICI AND NIUSIC Al DRu4e1 F553 KIIISIS COIN Q N ne 63 Argent .m I CRAIJLA Tl S SMITH SHIRT SHOP S410 SIROINC ANI lomg ARROW Sl HR IS ANN lll COOP! R S IOC KI N S DUBB S HATS INIIR lill IS A BRALI S IAUH 5 WO U J kansas HOSII RN T Tl - llc: Of gf 1 IIICNMT Q I ww 1 'Q if 1 1.23" 1. , 'za' , 'Q Q Lib. ga I -of: 15 ip ' um' as 1,3 1 1 ii S b- 3 A PIOWQ Nm .A -Lin 'll G ,fe 1- if ' E ---WK ,----- NTT? . l NI W W BLEVENS 8. CO C0!11pllI11Ll1fS Of C IS HUDSON S HY CLASS CLEANERS ul A 4.11110 1 s Llcetncal Applmnecs Rmges RL lligll Kors XX IIC Hutnri md sm1ll IPPIIAHLSS and HATT ERS A gk11IlI1L Q 7111l11y Clcmers Xh11op01t1n DRexe1 5157 URCKCI The Best In XVatCl1cs Cloeks cwelry Also RCPHIIHQ ROSS LENTZ 5 99 71st md S1lxer t X To 1 141111 Steffens Grocery Cloud CIIIIIIQS P10 I at ' 111 ' x A11f.1x 5 I fly Cleaners 01 Ihosc XX ho Cane NIIII1 K3ffILC llf x 1ml1 U L f 5110113 Axr1111c ,Xllf x 6 su 111611 lJ'0 JACK BA FPS I ropuetor A g nrmn Scene 61 X1 AR la'Y'I'l.'p llll'll 32- 'iQ ' 'AT' 'M-""T"'-"'1'i"'F""' "" "W" "" ""C' 'T'AC"""' G G17 4 7 1 Silw- v- .1 21 r ,. . 1- -ff'--1 S- 1 -. A ! - S 4 A T' 1 1 - If , K 9 I I - 1 ' 9 , ' 4 B1-1 Xniwlwu The 1 194701. .11-S A nl: I ff A' 'yy N' I sa ' 7 1 IfA"'.1: 3528 B1-. - H1 we - 'A , 1 511: V 'X I l'1A'.1,' ISU 1 ll .blk -. 1 E XV , , .. D 1. . , , 1515 s1111-1r If '- 1- 1117 ce W- . A , -, -N Q Q ' "'7"""-77" M "7" ' ' 'I' 11 R 1' T H BEULAH'S BEAUTY SHOP Beulah Lambert Virgynia McCauley Cong: nu mom llli But NX uhm no mlm 1k1U11ll1K1, Qllss 1247 om 1Al1flX A 1116 8 ut11 12m18llu.t mls C lxms E LEN Monahan 8: Grimm A ' xx ug l li Q O1 s Cnldnn Mus 1 ass B un CJ1l88 Cloxu N11 IAI XXUx F J S1 RUTZEL IIUXHSINC 3416 Strom, fxc K mm Cltx Kmsls . . F LEMIN G PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED Sam Stevenson Dlrect Factory Representatlvc 81'L1A1l!INC IIN 8l1NIU1iCA 38 81 1018 N1 CRI ones 1Alrf1x U 42 md 0741 l t md Rubx Axcnuc 11818 Cxtx kms 8 c AND ANNOUNC 1 N11 N18 ILXIUR XXII 81N UK X881 'NC X C1 '15 ' 18 IL 111g 4 611 kms 18 LN X10 11.llL1 'Q N- 11 nt Q ll- I I -11182. , ' ' Cl or-I - Gr. .' ' 1.5 of K 81IIili'l'. , " VK Ph - - 7':s , , ' 'h L10 ' A 1 1 Hi Ra 1. lily. '. .lc Q '.1.. .. GJ C O 111, 'Q 'fi' 1111.1 L'1fRl-lf I 1 112 , Ama A, L1 -. ', 'Ui 3 VW" cil, 11.18 IN1, QL 11fN.' P11 : 7 ' 2 . -, Q 1,11U1' . tum 7711 b S t ', , Ka . fo, '. as 71l1lIi.3 I sn. 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GJ Q .ren 62-Argcmn W vijQgjg""'o' 11fonfiia GJ ik INIINI IW XXISIIISI UCClSSIUl H XR XS 24 Arnold Drug Co P1cscr1pt1o11 SPCCIRIISKS CONC RAFUI AIIOXS VO IIH CLASS 1 JOIL SHALINSKY'S Argentme Pharmacy S CUN1lllXiINTS Of ohn s A G Store GOOD THINGS TO EAT Al L PROI I SSIONAL PHOTQGRAPHS IN 1947 ANNUAL TAKI N BY Atk1sson Portreut Stuchos 1415 sr emo L nm IDRC Ll 68 AT Xl 1 Ii HIL ll 5 ' -f ,QV W QL., "A V L W V V YQT77'Wu-WYfi-kmwnr4.4411 49 1 I5 , Z 'OR 1 . . ,. ,. 1 Ulf 947 A 5 QQ x - , In IO 'mu c31,f QS or 1 1' 7 1 1 0 Q Y 1 ' ' . l . l ' '1'11c Rcxxll Qmrc 1 1 3204 Strung LAirf.1x 55110 Q 3413 Strong FAir'f.1X 9814 1 1 ' ' 1 J ' X ' t - 1 Q ' ' " 'A - 1 , ' 'A ' 1 I 7 4. ! 1 1 1 1 i I Q 1 . ll 1 o o o o o o o o 1 1 W 1 1 1 1 1 ' v f rung l"Airf.1x ' H 12118 No. lfik'11 1 St. 7 X' 27 Q CQ " '1" ""'1"AA f-- A - xg- 1 -5- 4:63 Q IIIRU THE LFINS INDEX ' A ' Club Advertnsmg Auto Mechanncs Annual Staff Art Band Basketball Lettermen Basketball Teams Bxology Faculty Calendar of Events Campfxre G1rls Class Class Class Class Class 1947 1949 1950 1951 1952 Cloth1ng Colt Club EICCCYICIIY Football Lettermen Sept Oct Oct Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec a a an an an a a Fe . Fe . Feb. Feb Feb. Feb Feb. 9 14 21 25 26 27 1 l Football Teams Glee Clubs Golf Team Harmon C Pr1nc1pal H1gh School Bu1ld1ng Journahsm Lxbrary Machme Shop Mechan1eal Drawmg Mustang Club Numeral Club Offxce Mach1nes Orchestra Phyucs Phys1cal Educat1on Schlagle, F L , Super1ntendent Snapshots Student Congress Track Lettermen Typewr1t1ng Woodwork CALENDAR 1946 47 Fnrst Football Game Turner here Football game Leavenworth here Navy Day Assembly Sen1or Assembly Open House Football game Rosedale, here Glee Club N1ckel Assembly Football game Wm Chr1sman, hcxe Jumor Hxgh Assembly Thanksg1v1ng Holxdays Football Dmner Sen1or Play Basketball game Rosedale, her Chr1stmas Vaeatnon Basketball Tournament here Basketball game Shawnee MISSION here Press Club Talent Show Instrumental Musnc Program Basketball game Basketball game Basketball game Basketball game K. U. Program Basketball game Basketball game Basketball game K. U. Program Lawrence here Ward, here AtChlS0n, here Turner, here Olathe, here Leavenworth, hc-1e Wyandotte, here Mustang Club Revue CD Scene 61 Argtnnan Mar Mar Mar Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr May May May May May May May May 0 G9 26 27 28 29 jumor Play Atchxson Assembly Gym Show Kld Hobo Day Orchestra Assembly Good Frxday Track Shawnee MlSS10l1 Orchestra Concert Band Concert Track Lawrence hcne Central Jumor Progxam Leavenworth Program K U Relays Band and Orchestra at Topeka Track Atchnson here Glee Club Program Baker Relays Natnonal Honor Society Assembly NEK League Meet Mustang Club Banquet umor H1gh Operetta Annual Sprung Exhlblt Fxeld Meet at Manhattan "A" Club Banquet Jumor Sen1or Prom here Sen1or Hxgh Graduatnon jumor Hngh Graduatxon Annual Day Last Day Awards Assembly CQ G " '- C- -CC CCC--. C C .. 1 ' I C ' ' H C C ......... C CC 33 . . . 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