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

 - Class of 1960

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From seven graduates to 150 and from Mustangs to i . , ' J l I D, -1 ets. 'ii V Thxe class ot '60 is neither more outstanding nor to be honored more. However, the E H ,V feeling a class has for itself and its school is always outstanding. 3 ' Graclufition day will be a memorable day in the lives of this senior class but ' f. 315 isis E xiii , im R engulfs the years, the building will Forget those faces among thousands of other d- Q uate - 3 - K To ll p the class of '60 forever in touch with A. H. S. and your life here, this annual X is dicated to you, the 1960 senior class. ' r ES t It ' 11 M 1 , . 1 . Q . Cf I l K ' , f ff' To Rockets figvfif fgffffw, ifd fUQz fwff My w 561. CFO f4'.j iq, f,Lg!65 :fri C My , KM!! L 655 Y, 7 5 'C ?,f C1 fqasfxb 1 I vjgffifbifc' gfifkfl Clf! VZZJC fd, ,rv f"V,51 I9 Qty, L mfg I A mf lc '2'ZNQ- ,wg 4 1, 4i1Y,,2Z W M dy uk QA WH ,,. ., UAL? Zsfiif- Q0 A7 fr 174541 9,5 1 ,1,'f4,C7ff7L' f ":f,fff'5Q fail ang, 97, K J . . FACULTY Wdqjz WA fry LL.. 'f CMCMWD XM "' X awww im Q X ,zjfyiiligif ,f 5 r' ff' .Z Z., .1 ,,,, 1 x 1 , . . CLQSSES f A f .,,j 4 I J' X fl ' ' J " " 3 4 9 w I Roll Call BOB ALLISON LARRY BALE EDNA BARNES GUY BRADFORD JACK BRUBAKER History Civics English Civics Metal Work Government GEDQFOPDY History El. Gen. Shop Q MAUREEN CAVANAUGH Geography English GENE CLOHECY STELLA COLE GLADYS Math Fam. Living V, CONGDON Clothing i Am. History , l 7 l ELLEN DINGWALL Speech, Drama English RANDALL DUNN RONALD FIEL TOM Pl- G9Om6fI'y Gen. Science FITZERALD Math Gym MARY GLENN Crafts, Art I .Pl-. m MYRIL FOSTER HOOVER VERNA HORTON La VERNE HOY CAROLYN HARRISON Physics, Biology Gym El, Reading HUNTER Woodwork Math English English-Jorn. MARY KING Foods, Mqfh For Faculty CODY KUKUK WILLIAM ANNE LONG Algebra, Math LOMBRANO Homemaking Math, Geography Cafeteria FIRMAN MALL CAROLYN T. I., MATTHEWS Drafting, Math MARSHALL Welding, Math Sec. Training Clerical Training Shorthand VINCENT MAY MYRTLE C. Jw OLANDER Band, Orchestra MCCORMICK Gym, Health Latin, English GARY PRICKETT DON ILENE SANDERS Gen, Business ROBERTSON Typing, Shorthand Bookkeeping ory, Moth Business Eng. svk Business Law Qx PATSIIE SANKEE FRANK SCOTT NEIL SHELL SPUUISIH English Automechanics Chemistry L Ad. Algebra C L 1 ,L Trig-Solid mf, J' Geometry JASPER SIMPSON CHERIE BILL TODD Electricity SOUTHWELL Wld. Citizenship Gym, Health History Government GEORGE TODD SUE UNRUH LEONARD Science, Math English VanCAMP Chorus Glee Club GEORGE BESS WILHITE PAULA WILLS WAI-LING English English Machine Shop Math E. L. SCHLAGLE Superintendent of Schools Kansas City, Kansas Schools LEWIS BROTHERSON Business Manager Ad m i n istratio n V Ry, CHANNELL rlnci al ' Ar Hig chool SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS RALPH A. FULTON ROY A. EDWARDS GRANT BARCUS DR. LEE C. BERNS RALPH E. EYANS JOE VAUGHAN j',f'i'-2 if-V' ,. ,Af i A ' "WW 5 f A i 6 ,.5,,, ,L V u Sh n in their Familiar surrounding --the office, these four ladies cs JAMES HAMMER HAROLD HOYT Pl'lYl-l-l5 KRAFT Director of Activities Guidance Director Guidance Counselor Argentine High School HATTIE POPPINO Librarian from left to right: Gloria Cowcle registrarp Marilyn Harrison, trecl urerg Wilda Kumpi, receptionistp c Betty Stefiens, secretary. EVELYN KOESTER 6 School Nurse Samuels, Phyllis Minnix and Margaret Wingert. As the instructors snap their fingers, the Courtesy Committee goes to work. These boys keep the cafeteria clean during lunch hour. Left to right Committee members are: Kent Knowlton, Randall Dunn and Bill Todd, instructors, and David Smith. Library books are a valuable asset to any school and so are the people who help to keep the Library running. Back row left to right f 5 Q l Library Club members are: Carolyn Davis, lil 5 I, 5 l ll Edna Johnson, Larry Hurly and Tommy ii Purinton. Front row left to right: Loretta Williams, Janet Davis and Helen Bucher. ""z'7-if A ii r t 3'5" ly Yea r-Long Assistance Absentees for sickness have to be written in the nurses' office. To accommodate the sometimes untimely overload of sicknesses, Miss Koester, nurse, has four experienced helpers. The girls are left to right: .lan Piekarski, Manerva ri Mac takes a rest! Members of the custodial staff are: Standing left to right, Cooking is their business. Seated front row left to right, the members ofthe Jerry Russell, Evelyn Penn, Bobby Johnson, Orva Cumbie, Ray Cazzell and cafeteria staff are: Betty Easley, Lilly Carpenter, Frances Knowles, Laura Earl Green. Seated is Orville McLeod. Not pictured is Lee Coleman, night Aiman and Edna Purinton. Back Row left to right: Jackie Lillich, Marie Moritz, janitor. ,Anne Long, Agnes Bean and Mildred Tucker. J LQ-rs: M i xx f r i .wx t g l , .bf fe. . For ,M f , ,ga s Q qmfwm X A g k.,. g Mustangers All Being a member on the Mustang statt meant to 24 members the adding of another extra-curricular activity to already heavy schedules. By the end of the year, the staff knew a yearbook not only meant extra work but extra fun, too. On this page are the people responsible For putting the "Mustang" together. We hope the T960 "Mustang" will, with honor, be added to the row of other yearbooks, which date back many years, and help keep alive the memories and the students--the heartbeat of Argentine high . Barbara Mullin, editor-in-chief, looks up over her work as head Mustanger. Q75 fpyncz DGP' XQOKV5 CUVWIQI will bg barter flier? the OWS but it will be QWTUIIY llqafd io dan kgs oi, Thi ICQ! MMJTCIHA 5e6yQ Qpound-Maui fcff 0-E gun M13 fP"7l'V'5Ix' 1 U0-flssommr Erfffvlofff 7 . ani ,I so ,fwmmj W1 IMQGQQ In the "office" checking over assignments are left to right, Bill Brookshire, photographer, Marilyn McGee, Niza Newberry, assistant co-editors, and Benny Bean, photographer. 3 Also checking over instructions are left to right, SITTING: Jean Thomas Events Editor, Judy Haflich, organizations editor. FIRST ROW STANDING Bill Madison, sports editor, Marion Cox, academic editor, Carolyn Tyrus sistant sports editor. Examining various instructions forthe yearbook are left to right, SIT- TING: Jan Thompson, artist, Judy Pringle, class editor. STANDING: Judy Crain, organizations assistant, Tom Hill, assistant class editor, Rose Guttridge, assistant class editor, Janice Sterner, artist, and Carol Davidson, senior class editor. r I assistant organizations editor, Karen Houts, honors editor, Sharyl Wilson, copy editor. LAST ROW: Gary Hankins, faculty editor, and Butch Burgess, as- Senior Class Officers 1959-1960 CLIFFORD JEFFRIES Vice-president I I BONNIE MAXIM Secretory NANCY KISER Treasure r Having Ieod the one hundred and forty-nine seniors through o very successful year, the senior class officers Iook back with their fellow graduates over their pcst years at Argentine High School . TOM LOWE President TERESA ANDRADE RONNIE ASHLOCK DAN AYE BARBARA BAKER JOHN BANKHEAD BENNY BEAN EUGENE BEARD Hall-Day Sessions, New Faces TERESA ANDRADE G.A.A. 1O,11,12, Mustang Club Play 12, F.T. A. 12, Historian. RONNIE ASHLOCK "A" Club 1O,11,12, Basketball 10, Football 10, 11, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Mustang Club Play 12,Tracl41O,11,12. DANNY AYE Mustang Club Play 10, Track 11. BARBARA BAKER Mustang Club 12, Tironians 12, Mixed Clmorus 12. JOHN BANKHEAD "A" Club 1O,11,12, Band 1O,11, Basketball 10, Football 1O,11, Mustang Club 11,12, Mustang Club Play 11, Student Council 12, Track 1O,11, 12, Scribbler's Club 12, Plwotograpl1er's Club 11 . BENNY BEAN Annual Staff-Photographer 11,12, Argentian Staff-Photographer 11,12, Bond 1O,11,12, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, .lourneyman's Journalism Award 10, Mustang Club Play 12. EUGENE BEARD Radiotronics 11,12, Secretary 11. DAVID BEEMONT Mustang Club 11. STANLEY BONHAM BILL BROOKSHIRE Annual Staff-Photographer 11,12, Argentian Staff-Photographer 11,12, Mustang Club 11,12, Ouill and Scroll 11,12, Junior Play 11. RICHARD BROWN Football 1O,11,12, Track 10. KAYE BRYSON G.A.A. 1O,11,12, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Y-Teens 10, Gym Assistants 12, Safety Club 12, F.T.A.11,12. DAVID BEEMONT STANLEY BONHAM BILL BROOKSHIRE RICHARD BROWN KAYE BRYSON in by New st? Wm, sg 4,1 SM M?-jf" A r - gf?-tif .. Si? . t s w - if ' . ,.,. 1:ff.s,.,,Q, - , si,sif9i'fi1w . if I' I ,. I I V s iip, '- ,is . if K ff' fs,w,g,:z,gf,1-kg.. ., , K ,gi i'Q3i'g,i:':.ffff?i1f all is gs 'wi I ..,, Z ki, A ,I QW 7, - f , , ' Q5 A , - -if . 1- . ' ,tt-iff. -1- egli-iet, -If-ftp..--ws. my : .- , 1, miss' g ,gi-f Slug ' V . s ,ff gg- I Exit X f ., .si . PAULA BUCKMAN SIERRA BURGE LARRY BURGESS VIRGINIA CARMODY JACK CAUDRON Awaited '60 Seniors as 7th Graders IAULA BUCKMAN G.A.A, IO,II, Mustang Club IO,II, Orchestra IO. SIERRA BURGE Glee Club IO,I2, Mustang Club IO,II,'l2, Mixed Chorus Il. LARRY BURGESS "A" Club IO, II, I2-President I2, Annual Staff- Asst. Sports Editor I2, Argentian Staff-Asst. Sports Editor I2, Class Officer-President II, Football IO,II, I2-Captain I2, Mustang Club IO, I I, I2, Student Council I2, Courtesy Club IO,II,Youtl1 For Christ II, I2, Boys' State ll. VIRGINIA CARMODY Tironians I2. JACK CAUDRON "A" Club II, I2, Football IO,II, l2, Mustang Club II, I2, Student Council IO. ELAINE CHANCE G.A.A. IO,II, Glee Club II, Mustang Club IO, II, Gym Assistants I2, Tironians l2. EARLEE COTTON I LINDA COX GENE CLYMA "A" Club I2, Basketball IO, II, I2, Choraliers I2, Mustang Club II,l2, Track I2, Gym Assist- ants I2, F,T.A. I2, Cross Country I2, Mixed Chorus I2. EARLEE COTTON Glee Club IO,II, I2, Harmonettes II,I2. LINDA COX G.A.A. IO, I I, I2, Mustang Club IO, I I, I2, Student Council I2, Tironians-Vice-President l2, Safety Club II.' MARION COX Annual Staff-Academic Editor I2, Argentian Staff I2, Class Officer-Secretary II, G.A.A. IO, I I , I2, Mustang Club IO, I 'l, I2, Student Council IO, I I, Y-Teens IO, I I, Argentinettes II,I2, Tironians I2, Safety Club IO, F.T.A. IO, Snowball Queen I2. JUDY CRAIN Annual Staff I2, Argentian Staff I2, G.A.A,, IO, II, I2, Mustang Club l2, Y-Teens II, I2, Scribbler's Club II, Tironians I2. JOHN CRONN ELAINE CHANCE GENE CLYMA MARION COX JUDY CRAIN JOHN CRONN CAROL DAVIDSON DORA DOMINOUEZ CAROL DUNCAN JACK ELLIS WAYNE FOSTER MARIAN FRIBERG PEGGY GARRETT Clothing Class Accommodated English 8 CAROL DAVIDSON Annual Staff-Senior Editor I2, Argentian Staff I2, G,A.A, IO, I I, I2-Sergeant At Arms I2, Mustang Club IO,'lI, Gym Assistants I2. DORA DOMINQUEZ Future Nurses Club II, I2, Mustang Club IO, II, I2, Y-Teens I2, Library Club IO, II, Safety Club II. CAROL DUNCAN G.A.A. I2, Orchestra II,I2. JACK ELLIS Basketball IO, Class Officers-President IO, Foot- ball IO, Student Council IO, I I-Secretary II, Courtesy Club IO, II, Safety Club II, Cross Country IO, High School Messenger I2. WAYNE FOSTER "A" Club II, I2, Mustang Club I2, Track II . MARIAN ERIBERO Choraliers I'I,I2, G.A,A. I2, Glee Club II, Mustang Club I2, Y-Teens IO, I I, I2, Tironians- Treasurer I2, Mixed Chorus I2, F.T.A. II . PEGGY GARRETT JACK GIBSON "A" Club II,I2, Basketball IO,II,I2, Football IO, I I, Track IO, I2, Cross Country I2, Mixed Chorus II. CLARK GLIDEWELL Football IO,II, I2, Scribblers' Club II. NADYNE GRAY F.N.A. II,I2, G.A.A. II, Mustang Club IO, II, I2, Orchestra IO, Y-Teens IO, Gym Assist- ants I2. NEIL GRIFFITH Basketball IO, F.N.A. IO,II, Mustang Club IZ, Track IO, II . ELAINE GRIMES Choraliers I2, G,A.A,, IO,II, I2-Sergeant At Arms 'II-Secretary I2, Mustang Club IO, I I,I2, Y-Teens II, I2, Art Club II, I2-Secretary II, Scribblers' Club II, Tironians II, Mixed Chorus I2. JACK GIBSON CLARK GLIDEWELL NADYNE GRAY NEIL GRIFFITH ELAINE GRIMES JEROME GUNTHER ROSE ELLEN GUTTRIDGE JUDY HAFLICH GARY HANKINS DAVID HAWS As Freshman Graduation Came, Boys JEROME GUNTHER "A" Club 11,12, Football 1O,11,12-Captain 12, Track 10, 11, 12. ROSE ELLEN GUTTRIDGE Annual Staff-Class Editor Asst. 12, Argentian Staff12,F.N.A.11,12,G,A,A,10,11,12, Glee Club 12, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Gym Asst. 12, Scribbler's Club 11. JUDY HAFLICH Annual Staff-Organization's Editor 12, Argentian Staff 12, G.A.A. IO,11,12-Treasurer1O, Mustang Club 1O,1I,12, Student Council 12, Y-Teens 1O,'Art Club 1O,11,12-Vice President 12, Library Club 10, Tironians-President 12, Safety Club 10, F.T.A. 12. GARY HANKINS "A" Club 1O,11,12, Annual Staff-Faculty Editor 12, Argentian Staff12,Baslcetball 1O,11,12, Class Offices-Vice-President 11, Football 10, 11,12. DAVID HAWS Football 10, Student Council 11. LINDA HAYNES Glee Club 10,11, 12, Harmonettes 11, 12. CONNIE HENDRIX DELORES HERNANDEZ Glee Club 11,12, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Y-Teens 12, Art Club 11. GENE HILL TOM HILL Annual Staff-Asst. Sports Editor 12, Argentian Staff-Sports Editor 12, Student Council 12. JOYCE HOLLAND Band 1O,11,12-Secretary 12, Student Council 11,F.N.A.11,G.A.A.I1,12,Glee Club- Vice-Presiclent 12, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Ckcbestra 1O,11,12, Y-Teens 10,11, Harmonettes 12, Maiorettes-Drum Maier 12, Safety Club 11. CLIFFORD HOLLIDAY LINDA HAYNES CONNIE HENDRIX DELORES HERNANDEZ GENE HILL TOM HILL JOYCE HOLLAND CLIFFORD HOLLIDAY ROBERT HOLLIDAY RONNIE HONTZ JERRY HORTON KAREN HOUTS JOHN HUTSON FRANK INGELS CLIFFORD JEFFRIES Donned llWhite Sport Coats" ROBERT HOLLIDAY GEORGE JEEERIES RONNIE HONTZ Basketball 11,12-Manager, Mustang Club 10. JERRY HORTON Football 11, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Track 10, 11. KAREN HOUTS Annual Staff-Honors Editor 12, Argentian Staff I2, Choraliers 12, Cheerleaders 1O,11,12, G. A.A.1O,1I,I2,Glee Club 11,12, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Student Council 10,11, Y-Teens 10,11, Art Club 10,11, Scribblers' Club II, Safety Club-Vice-President 11-Secretary 12, F.T.A.-Vice-President 12, Poster Committee IO, 1 1-Chairman,Journeyman's Journalism Award 10. JOHN HUTSON Science Club 12, Student Council 12. FRANK INGELS Football 10, Band 10,11, 12, Student Council 11, Track 11. CLIFFORD JEFFRIES Band 1O,11,12, Basketball 1O,11,12, Class Officers-Vice-President 12, Football 1O,12, Mustang Club 10,11, Orchestra 11,12, Student Council 12, Safety Club 10,1 I . BOB JENKINS "A" Club 10,11, 12, Argentian Staff-Advertising Manager 12, Basketball 10,11, 12, Football 10, 11,12, Mustang Club 1O,11,12, Orchestra 10, 11,12-President 12, Student Council 1O,11,12- President 12, Track 11, Scribblers' Club 11, Safety Club 1O,11,12-President 11, Cross Country 11. CHARLES KILGORE "A" Club 10,11, 12, Football 10,11, Mustang Club 10, Radiotronics 12, Track 1O,11,12, Cross Country 12. ARLA KING Choraliers 11,12, Cheerleaders 10, G.A.A. IO, 11,12-Point System Manager 10-President 12, Mustang Club 10,11, 12-Vice-President 11,12, Student Council 12, Y-Teens 1O,11,12, Library Club 10, Tironians 12, Safety Club 10, Mixed Chorus 11,12-Merit Sec. 11. MARJORIE KING Choraliers1O,11,12,Glee Club 10,12-Pres. 12, Student Council 12, Mixed Chorus-President 11. GEORGE JEFFRIES BOB JENKINS CHARLES KILGORE ARLA KING MARJORIE KING ,L J ROY KING NANCY KISER ROBERTA KLOESTER JUDY LARIMORE MARY ANN LATTIN Biology With Its Pickled Frogs, ROY KING NANCY KISER Choroliers II, I2, Class Officer-Treasurer I2, G.A.A. IO, I I , I2, Homecoming Royalty-At- t-endant I2, Mustang Club IO,II,I2-Treas. II, Student Council 12, Y-Teens IO, II, I2, Junior Play II, Tironians I2, Mixed Chorus II, I2. ROBERTA KLOESTER JUDY LARIMORE Glee Club II, I2, Mustang Club IO, Gym Assistants I2. MARY ANN LATTIN G.A.A. IO,II,I2, Mustang Club IO,II,I2, Student Council II, IZ, Y-Teens IO,II, I2, Art Club IO,II,I2p Scribblers' Club II, I2, Safety Club II,'I2. IRENE LAWSON G.A.A. IO,II,I2-Sec. II-Vice-President I2g Mustang Club IO,II, I2, Y-Teens IO, II, I2, Scribblers' Club-Vice-President II, Tironians I2, Safety Club II, Mixed Chorus I2. PATRICIA LONG MARY LOPEZ MARGARET LINTON Band 1o,ii,12, o.A.A. 10,125 oree Club 12, Mustang Club IO,II, I2, Y-Teens IO,II, I2, F.T.A. II. PATRICIA LONG Cheerleader IO, I I, 12, G.A.A. IO, II, I2- Treus. II, Mustang Club IO, II, I2, Student Council IO, I I , I2-Treas. I2, Y-Teens IO, I I, Gym Asst. I2, Tironians I2, Troclc Royalty- Attendant IO. MARY LOPEZ ' F,N,A, II,I2, Glee Club II, Mustang II, Mixed Chorus I2. TOM LOWE "A" Club II,I2-Vice-Pres., Class Officers- Pres. I2-Sec. IO, Football IO, I I, I2-Captain I2, Mustang Club IO, II, I2, Student Council I2, Traclc IO,II,I2, Gym Asst. I2. ANNA LUNN G,A.A. I2, Mustang Club II, Y-Teens II, Tironians I2. BILL MADISON Annual Staff-Sports Editor I2, Argentian Staff- Editor-In-Chief I2, Nbstcng Club II, I2, Nustang Club Play I2g Student Council II, I2, Scribblers' Club ii, 12. IRENE LAWSON MARGARET LINTON TOM LOWE ANNA LUNN BILL MADISON CAROLYN MAHANY RAY MANIS GEORGE MARBLE RONALD MARX CONNIE MASON BONNIE MAXIM MARILYN MCGEE Met With Frowns by The Sophs CAROLYN MAHANY G.A.A. I2, Glee Club I2, Mustang Club I2, Y-Teens I2, Gym Assistants I2. RAY MANIS Band IO. GEORGE MARBLE Choraliers I2, Mustang Club IO,II,I2, Mixed Chorus I2. RONALD MARX CONNIE MASON G.A.A. IO, Mustang Club IO,II, I2, Y-Teens IO, Gym Assistants IO, Safety Club II. BONNIE MAXIM Class Officer-Secretary I2, G.A.A. IO,Il, I2, Mustang Club IO, II, IZ, Student Council I2, Y-Teens IO, I I, I2-Pres. I2. MARILYN MCGEE Annual Staff-Asst. Editor I2, Argentian Staff- News Editor I2, Mustang Club I2, Science Club I2, Scribblers' Club-Treasurer II-President I2. JEROME MCHENRY EARL MORITZ BARBARA MULLIN JEROME McHENRY "A" Club I2, Nustang Club Play I2, Radiotronics I2, Science Club I2, Student CounciI-Vice- President I2, Track II. EARL MORITZ Mustang Club IO, I I, Track IO, I I . BARBARA MULLIN Annual Staff-Editor-in-Chief I2, Argentian Staff- Asst, News Editor I2, Cheerleader IO, FuN.A. IO, G,A.A. IO, II, I2, Homecoming Royalty- Sophomore Attendant-Senior Attendant, Mustang Club IO,II, I2, Nustang Club Play I2, Orchestra IO,II, I2-Vice-President II-Secretaiy I2, Stu- dent Council IO, II, I2, Y-Teens IO, I I, Argen- tinettes I I, I2, Scribblers' Club I I, I2-Vice- President I2, Safety Club IO, I I, Track Royalty- Junior Attendant, F.T.A. II,I2-President I2, Y.F,C, I2, Activities Vice-President, F.I'.A. City Council-Vice-President. EMORY MULLINS Argentian Staff I2, Basketball I2, Radiotronics President I2 NIZA NEWBERRY Annual Staff-Asst. Editor I2, Argentian Staff I2, G.A.A. IO, I I, Mustang Club IO, I I, I2, Student Council II, I2, Library Club IO, E.T. A. IO. EMORY MULLINS NIZA NEWBERRY BARBARA NICHOLS SHARON NICKERSON LLOYD NORRIS MARYANN NORTON JESSE OROPEZA IISeniors, Seniors, Don't You Cheer" BARBARA NICHOLS Glee Club IO, Mixed Chorus II, I2. SHARON NICKERSON Band IO,II,I2, G.A.A. IO,II, Mustang Club IO, I I, I2, Y-Teens IO, I I, I2-Secretary I I- Vice-President I2, Tironians I2. LLOYD NORRIS MARYANN NORTON Clioraliers IO,I'I,I2, G.A.A. IO, Glee Club IO, Mustang Club 'IO,I2, Y-Teens I2, Art Club II, I2, Safety Club I2, F.T.A. I2, Mixed Choms 1i,12. JESSE OROPE ZA LINDA OROPEZA Glee Club I2. EDWARD PARRISH Clioraliers II, I2, Mixed Chorus II, IZ. JUDY PRINGLE Annual Staff-Class Ed. I2, Argentian Staff I2, Band IO,II,I2-Pres. I2, F.N.A. I2, G.A.A. IO,II, IZ, Homecoming Royalty Attendant-I I- Queen I2, Mustang Club IO,II, I2-Sec. IO, Orchestra II, I2-Secretary II,Student Council IO, I I, I2-Sec. I2, Y-Teens IO, Argentinettes II, I2, Gym Asst. I2, Y.F.C. President I2- Vice-Presiclent II, Girls' State II. STEVEN RAMIREZ Tironicns I2. DAVID REYNOLDS WILLIE RICKS Basketball IO, Track IO, I2, Art Club 'IO,'II, Scribblers' Club II. - MARY RIDGWAY Band IO, Glee Club I'I,I2, Harmonerres II,I2, Gym Assistants I2. LINDA OROPEZA EDWARD PARRISH JUDY PRINGLE STEVEN RAMIREZ DAVID REYNOLDS WILLIE RICK MARY RIDGWAY 18 DONNA LEE RIGG JENNIE RIOS JOHN ROACH BERNARD RODRIOUEZ EARNEST RUSSELL CONNIE RUTLEDGE BILL SALSER JANICE SCHLEIC HER 'You Were Juniors Just Last Year" DONNA LEE RIGG G,A.A. 125 Glee Club 125 Mustang Club 12. JENNIE RIOS F.N.A. 11,12-Vice-President 125 Art Club 10. JOHN ROACH "A" Club 125 Football 10,11, 125 Mustang Club 12. BERNARD RODRIOUEZ Choraliers 125 Football 12. EARNEST RUSSELL Football 12. CONNIE RUTLEDGE Glee Club 11,125 Tironians 12. BILL SALSER Band 1O,11,125 Mustang Club 1O,11,125 Orches- tra 11,12. JANICE SCHLEICHER Annual Staff-Art Editor 125 Argentian Staff 125 Glee Club 125 Mustang Club 1O,11,125 Y- Teens 10,115 Art Club 1O,11,12-Treas. 11- President 125 Mixed Chorus 115 Photography 11. DIANNE SECKINGER Band 1O,11,125 G.A.A. 10,115 Glee Club 125 Mustang Club 1O,11,125 Mustang Club Play 115 Orchestra 115 Harmonettes 125 Junior Play 11. KENNETH SHIRLEY JERRY SIMPSON Football 12-Manager5 Mustang Club 1O,11,125 Radiotronics-Vice-Pres. 125 Student Council 12. DALE SLIGAR Football 105 Mustang Club 10,115 Mustang Club Play 10,115 Student Council 1O5Track1O5 Junior Play 115 Safety Club 10. DIANNE SECKINOER KENNETH SHIRLEY JERRY SIMPSON DALE SLIGAR I EoY SMITH WINDELL SNOW ARTHUR SoTo JULIE STANDISH SANDRA STEELE Final High School Days Are FOY SMITH Glee Club 12. WINDELL SNOW Annual Staff-Business Man. 125 Argentian Staff- Managing Editor 125 Basketball 105 Football 105 Student Council 105 Track 10,115 Scribblers' Club-Pres. 11. ARTHUR SOTO Band 1O,11,125 Orchestra 11,12. JULIE STANDISH Glee Club 125 Mustang Club 1O,11,12. SANDRA STEELE Glee Club 125 M.Jstang Club 11,125 Y-Teens 12. JANICE STERNER Annual Staff 125 Argentian Staff-Business Man- ager 125 G.A.A. 1O,11,125 Mustang Club 10, 11,125 Y-Teens 105 Art Club 1O,12. ' EDWARD STRICKLAND ROBERT STURM PAT STUTEVILLE ROBERT STURM PAT STUTEVILLE Band 1O,11,125 Orchestra 11,125 Library Club 10,115 Safety Club 10. JERRY SUMMERS "A" Club 1O,11,125 Annual Staff-Asst. Bus. Man. 125 Argentian Staff 125 Basketball 11- Man.5 Football 11-Man.5 Mustang Club 10,115 Track 10-Man. GARY TAYLOR Argentian Staff 125 Basketball 10,115 Football 105 Courtesy Club 10,115 Cross Country 10,11. JEAN THOMAS Annual Staff-Events Ed. 125 Argentian Staff- Feature Ed. 125 Cheerleaders 10,11,12-Head Cheerleader 125 Class Officers-Sec. 105 F.N. A. 125 G.A.A. IO,11,125 Point System Man. 105 Mustang Club 10, 11,125 Y-Teens 10,115 Art Club 1O,11,125 Scribblers' Club 115 Safety Club 115 F.T..A, 12. JERRY SUMMERS GARY TAYLOR JANICE STERNER EDWARD STRICKLAND JEAN THOMAS SYLVIA THOMAS JAN THOMPSON JOYCE TODD LARRY TOMLINSON RICHARD TORRE7 CAROLYN TYRUS JOE VALDEZ ERNEST VENIS . , 1 f I ' I x Q, , AC. f 1 'T' 1 f H I I , I Q! f"'T "TA 4' -wxff' v if ' sf C fl HL' C V ' , -4 n,,,A A ' 41 . 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R f - 4 JAN THOMPSON Annual Staff 12, Argention Staff 12, G.A.A. 1O,I1, 12, Glee Club 12, Mustang Club IO, 11,12, Y-Teens II, Art Club 12. JOYCE TODD G.A.A.1O,11,12,Mustung Club 1O,11,12, Gym Assistant 12, Tironicns 12. LARRY TOMLINSON Rodiotronics-Sec. 10. RICHARD TORREZ Boys' State 11. CAROLYN TYRUS Annual Staff 12, Argenticzn Staff 12, Glee Club 11,12, Hormonettes 12, Scribblers' Club 12. f , I xr ,N E, rf 2717? TWQL6 E! Viz," -JL I C 1844, -lec- , ' f, F ,f 'P - I 77 , ' J , Tv 1, , A 'A'A- '11 V VA' , ' ' 1 AAU ,' f , f jfflf: aff ,LIL 4,2 5, 1 1, I I C L 5 A- I, '27 f,Q-.fLEf? Q , gy., , X , J. LH- ' rv' X-fs , bf ,I y fk 04,12 .ifyff .V , A fl QLLV1, 115' " ' ,' f f v I ,ff-"" ' C ' f GEORGE VETTER TRESIA WACKER JOEVALDEZ , , , fY,r EL 1 1 -I ERNEST VENIS 1" ' Band 10, 1 1 , 12, Mustang Club 10, I 1, 12, Or- chestra IO, I 1, 12, Rudiotronics-Secretory 11, Safety Club 11, 12, Pep Band 12. GEORGE VETTER TRESIA WACKER Class Officers-Treasurer 11, Mustang Club 10 11,12,Y-Teens11,12,TironicnsI2. 1 RICHARD WARNER Rcdiotronics 1O,I1,12-Secretory 12, Student Council II,12, Courtesy Club 10. DORIS WAUGH G.A.A.1O,I1,12,Mustcing Club 1o,n,12- President 12, Student Council 11, Argentinettes 12, Gym Asst. 12, Tironians-Sec. 12, Safety Club 11. ' f ri I if Vg,-ujinf, .ffxjf I X fcyy' 7,64 . , -A7, , -W . 11- LQYN' fn AVC fy '7 ' I C Q f f 917' CZ A , +1 "A 2 Q A , ,f A' KA z .. p V , 1, ',,Ck f,.A' e,-- A L ' ,ff N' -f L KL -ffdfyu, -I 1 ' 4' V Af' I ff ' LX "' , 'J - CI! f 1,..,A,, ., ijt- -. 1, 4, 1 . a ,ff , 2,1 f 1-4 f 1' 'RICHARD WARNER DORIS WAUGH SHIRLEY WEBER CHARLES WELDON JERRY WHILES JOE WIBBERDING MARY WILSON , ,ff 1, 'I ' 1 I , . 1 1 I " f 1-ff wt ut, ,M r A K, I, .L W x 'I Lt, .. , ' f A 1 1 I W ,, -. V x A if. Vzuf, 4 , .gy X ff 1 ,R I I'- 1 "A" f -ff f-- A ,rf C . I7 1, If, , , , , 1. " , , 5 X, , b I 1 -r- 1 5' , , C , J 1... ' A ' "E f Q r I 4, 1 t ' ff A""COoodbyeS, Cheers and Graduation 1 -I' " 4 , J, A . SI-IIRLEY WEBER ' ' A . Mixed Chorus 12. CHARLES WELDON Mustang Club 10, 11,125 Mustang Club Play11, 125 Junior Play 115 Safety Club 125 Photo Club- Vice-Pres. 11. JERRY WHILES JOE WIBBERDING MARY MARGARET WILSON F.N.A.11,12-Pres.125G.A.A.1O,11,12- Treas. 125 Mustang Club 1O,11, 125 Student Council 105 Mustang Club Play 125 Y-Teens 10 11,125 Gym Assistants 12. -, F f Q If .fu . 'V N I . K 2 1 MARGARET WINGERT ' DAVID woLF - Annual Staff 125 Argentian Staff125G.A.A. ,V . 'N J' 9 'X SHARYL WILSON 1 1O,11,125 Mustang Club 10,115 Y-Teens 10, 11,125 Argentinettes 125Tironians12. MARGARET WINGERT Mustang Club 10, 115 Tironians 12. DAVID WOLF Basketball 10,115 Student Council 10,115 Track IO. SHIRLEY WRIGHT Glee Club 125 Mustang Club 125 Y-Teens 125 tilixed Chorus 11 . REBECCA WYRICK Mustang Club 1O,115TironiarIs12. CHARLENE YARD SHARYL WILSON Mustang Club 105 Mixed Chorus 11. , , X , '. ' i' ,f , 1 1, ff . , V ,. 7 X, . SHIRLEY WRIGHT REBECCA WYRICK CHARLENE YARD is 1- I ttlflight Into Danger " This dramatic scene shows Bill Madison, doctor, telling Ron Ashloclc, pilot, of the illness an board, while Barbara Mullin, stewardess, stands by. The Mustang Club Play, "Flight Into Danger," was presented January 29, l96O. Miss Ellen Dingwall, speech and dramatics instructor, directed it. The play concerns the passengers getting sick from Food poisoning. The pilots take desperately ill, and a passenger who has not eaten the poisoned food has to land the plane with instructions from the ground. At a night rehearsal, the cast of "Flight into Danger" poses. Pictured below, left to right, FRONT ROW: Bernadette Levitzlce, Velma Lehi, Kathy O'Mayo Mary Wilson, and Debra Staggs. SECOND ROW: Richard Emert, Barbara Mullin, Dianne Smith, Tresia Andrade, Dixie Marvin, Benny Bean, and Eddie Metz BACK ROW: Dirk McWilliams, Ronnie Ashloclc, Jerome Mal-lenry, Bill Madison, and Charles Weldon. Look who is playing the piano! Mr. Van Camp plays the instrument quite frequently in his vocal music classes. Jerry Adkins and Arla King get Gene Clohecy explains a division problem to Sandra Freisner. All 8th graders run up against puzzling letters in their problems, only to learn that they've had their tirst taste of algebraic prepared to deliver a tunetul duet. equations. Location. . .Classroom Smooth it out! Butch Tierney works as Johnny Young looks on. The board will never look the same atter it has been smoothed and nailed in place to make the Finished product. Myril Harrison teaches woodworking. 23 ln one of Mrytle McCormic's English IV classes, Jerome McHenry, left, and Elaine Grimes, right, seelc an- swers in their quest of knowledge of English literature. The "office" located in room 29 was the hub of chaotic activity which is well-known and loved by iournalists, amateur and professional. Squinting in thought over ads is Bob Jenkins, Bill Madison, left, pauses over some un- usual fact, Barb Mullin concentrates on her typing, and Gary Hanlcins watches closely. , ,g-LAM ,,,...,.nf , ,f f Mic-,efiiwf ...-f. - . , , as A :funn-sm "Here we are, living in the bread- basket ofthe nation," points out intellectual Kathe Brewer to her colleague Norma Saragusa during one of Bob Allison's American Government classes. Nimble fingers? Well maybe not in this case. Bill Haddock takes speed drill in Ilene Sanders' Typing l class. Whether typing accurately has any- thing to do with Bill's ability to play basketball well is a topic For debate. - The hands of Stanley Bon- ham show the patience and training it takes to paint a picture. Of course, a sharp imagination and good ar- tistic ability make the final "masterpiece" something above the average draw- ing. Mary Glenn is the instructor. I Classroom Antics l 1 Richard Brown operates the automatic cutting torch while practicing his possible future vocation in T. l. Matthew's welding class. The machine operated by Richard is one ot many varieties in the shop section. Argentine has the distinction of being one of the ten best vocationally equipped high schools west of the Miss- issippi River. Harmonettes, from left to ri Choralier memb They Proudly Sing ers are from left to right, ROW ONE: P. Wright, P. Minnix, M. Madrigal, A. King, W. Taylor, M. Norton. SECOND ROW: J. Arnold, N. Kiser, M. King, M. Friberg, V. Briggs, K. Hauts. THIRD ROW: E. Grimes, J. Messinger, R. Porter, D. McWilliams, R. Watkins, l.. Mayo, M. Davis. FOURTH ROW: R. Emert, J. Gallo, M. Lentz, H. Purinton, G. Clyma, G. Marble, J. Adkins, F. Ledesrna, NOT PlCfTURED: B. Rodriquez. "Choraliers" . . . .will for years to come, recall to With a smile on their faces and a song in their hearts, the minds of its members many memories of hard work these girls, decked in red sheath dresses highlighted and a personal feeling of self-satisfaction. This by a white iacket trimmed with red rick-rac and group, consisting of 27 senior high students, is known buttons, performed as the Harmonettes. They, like as the top vocal group at Argentine high. Their the Choraliers, participated in the vocal programs performing attire was simple black sheath dresses for of the school and for various civic organizations. the girls and white dinner iackets and black trousers The girls were chosen from the Girls' Glee Club for the boys. and rehearsed once a w k ght, are: J. Piekarski, J. W ee after school. .ilfvg ' we xzwiaiflsselmmrr atkins, C. Tyrus, L. Kil gore, L. Haynes, M. Ridgway, D. Seckinger, E. Cotton, J. Holland. .. assi Our Alma Mater Members of the Mixed Chorus are left to right, ROW ONE: D. Gardner, M. Wingerf, P. Minnis, D. Helmuth, S. Foss, M. Madrigal, N. Kiser, A King, W. Taylor, B. Wedderstrand, M. Norton, C. Salas. SECOND ROW: P. Wright, P. Hughes, E. Grimes, S. Weber, M. Hilt, D. Anderson, M Davis, J. Mantooth, B. Nichols, M. Friberg, B. Ventura, B. Hopkins. THIRD ROW: M. Lopez, J. Messinger, J. Mclnnes, R. Watkins, B. Rodriquez D. McWilliams, L. Long, R, Porter, J. Adkins, F. Ledesma, M. Ledesma, B. Baker, A. Neal. FOURTH ROW: J. Arnold, J. Neece, M. Culey, R Emert, J. Gallo, C. Taylor, M. Lenta, H. Purinton, G. Clyma, G. Marble, L. Mayo, V. Briggs, l. Lawson. With pride the two largest vocal groups of Argentine high posed for their yearbook pictures. They were attired in one of the vocal music department's biggest achievements of many years--new choir robes. These robes were Finally obtained after long hours of work and concentration on the part of Leonard VanCamp, vocal instructor, vocal students of the past two years and the helpful assistance of the Argentine P.T.A. The robes are royal blue and have reversible white and gold satin stole collars. The two largest vocal groups at A.H.S, were the Girls' Glee club,44 members strong, which met on third hour time, and the Mixed Chorus, 50 members strong, which met on fifth hour time. These two classes participated in the "Fall Festival of Song," "Christmas Program, " and other vocal and instru- mental events. They, as the other vocal groups, were under the direction of Leonard VanCamp. Officers of Girls' Glee club were Marjorie King, pres. and Joyce Holland, vice-pres. Officers of Mixed Chorus were Jeanne Arnold, pres. and Jerry Adkins. vice-ores. Members of Girls' Glee club were left to right, ROW ONE: 5. Wright, J. Henderson, D. Hernandez, M. Linton, G. Houts, D. Castleberry, D. Riggs, L. Oropeza, S. Steele. SECOND ROW: J. Piekarski, J. Miller, S. Bell, C. Tyrus, S. Thomas, M. Ridgeway, P. Adcox, K. White, L. Williams, W. Powell, D. Seckinger. THIRD ROW: N. Clevenger, A. Clyma, C, Davidson, J. Watkins, C. Mahany, C. Rutledge, M. King, J. Standish, J. Holland, K, Houts, E. Johnson, E. Cotton. FOURTH ROW: S. Burge, I. Sharp, C. Eden, J. Priddy, J. Schleicker, L. Haynes, J. Thompson, L. Kilgore, F. Smith, J. Larimore, J. Starnes, R. Gutteridge. They Present Music Pep band members from left to right, ROW ONE: J. Wax, M. Linton, P. Stuteville, D. Stewart, J. Holland. SECOND ROW: D. Meyers, R. Nickum, T. Barlow, L. Manuel. THIRD ROW: C. Jefferies, B. Salser, J. McCall, W. Mobley. FOURTH ROW: J. Lawson, E. Venis, A. Soto, F. Ingels, R. Morgan. Adding musical color to home basketball games and pep assem- blies with spirited music were these 21 top instrumental students chosen from A.H.S. 's marching band. This is the second year for this group to boast snappy uni- forms of royal blue corduroy lack- ets with "Argentine" spelled out in white lettering on the back and gold mustang insignias on the front. White western style hats polished off their snappy uni- forms. I-. ag: in 3' 'Q NL gg knqk :-1, K nl' -Qs, N .--gr 4' ? Ffa-if '-ai' 1 rx n '- xr'f Q Wx Ja i . .ltp P , u ' . 'mi' L - , ex! ww, i QW I I gfx , Q1 , 5, . . 1 V Q-Vu. 1: , ,,,,E,Q'.-: X P X' Q' A Us J O , J ff M Q ' k 9, if X , , - S ta, :sm D if 1 , Q. J, - w . 24, M' V ,,, fi Q f, fs -4 . ff 1 315, +4 2 , 1 ,jk E QM aw , ff , , 5 . ' A L,,A,, k .V afl lv . X 1 A '," 'Jew X Q in if -mu., ff Argentian Stall The "Big Wheels" of the Argentian Staff were left, Bill Madison, Editor-in-Chief, and Windy Snow, Assistant Editor. Tom Hill, left, and Marilyn McGee fill out the remaining editor positions as Sports Editor and News Editor respectively. A class of 27 seniors published 14 issues of the ARGENTlAN during the school year '59 - '6O. This class was held in room 29 during Fifth hour time under the direction of James Hammer. Filling out the staff as reporters, photographers, copyreaders, and typists are left to right: ROW ONE: Judy Pringle, Jean Thomas, :,g,w ,lm Marion Cox, Judy Crain, and Barbara Mullin. ROW TWO: Judy Haflich, Nizc Newberry, Karen Houts, Rose Guttriclge, and Carol 'K' l'.!l Davidson. ROW THREE: Janice Stemer, Jan Thompson, Sherry Wilson, and Carolyn Tyrus. ROW FOUR: Standing, Jerry Summers, -'- Gary Hankins, Benny Bean, Butch Burgess, Bill Brookshire, Gary Taylor, Bob Jenkins, and Emory Mullins. 66 Connecticut Yankee 9' GQL55 Who I. L0 A Connecticut Yank ofthe 20th century, with feet on table, portrayed by Terry Matthews, debates on what to do with King Arthur's Court after taking it over. Those about him are, left to right: Judy Neece, Joyce McKee, Mike Dailey, Richard Emert, Jeanne Arnold, Jerry Mullin, and Jan Piekarski "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," was presented by the iunior class, and directed by Miss Ellen Dingwall. The cast of characters were as follows: Hank Bennett . . . Terry Matthews Marion . . . . . Dorothy Tomecal Mrs. Bennett . . Charlotte Eden King Arthur . . . . Richard Emert . Jeanne Arnold . . Jay Wright . . Jerry Mullin . . Mike Dailey Queen Guenever . . Merlin .... Sir Sagramore . Clarence . . . Elaine .... . Joyce McKee Sir Launcelot ..... . Gary Weaver Queen Morgan Le Fay . . . Jan Piekarski Sandy ........ . Judy Neece King Arthur's Court decides to revolt against Hank who has such "mad" ideas and wears such crazy clothes. Queen Morgan Le Fav' Jan Piekarski, tells Hank of her love, whilr Yandy, Judy Neece, his secretary looks on. .R F . K, . 'I' J. Bough W. Carter K. DeSeure D. Franklin Juniors, Future Physicists A 'W .1 ' , L iw ,'i . - A . P . Adcax J . Adkins B. Aguila, As they look forward to being seniors, the junior class officers look back on a year's work well done. D. Anderson The officers are from left to right, Gary Brower, president, Sue Frazier, vice president, Connie Ford, treasurer, and Dixie Marvin, secretary. P. Anderson S. Bell D. Castleberry B. Duggins S. Frazier 1 -mv:-: i l F 1' D I' 1 s i?""w.,. 'r M... ' vw K, d,1:,,- 15,- Twl' 3 'P ss . ig - mg s .lar sfffufiz ss.. I ttr .g .V Li: Q 'ff "W N as w 1 , li 3.4. , 4 ess, A ,, . 32 ..,, 3 Arnold Bond Chandler . Drenon Gallo .JV f ' ' if . W .- ., XS I 25" ff i . . F gg gii.-il' 5 - cf of 225147 iv: sm.: 'f wif- Q." wg- ' ilgci liii tier. U imfzzi r tiff . , ,.,,.., s s fs. te .,.. c .,. . ti u ' W YQ vw 'P was 1 P1 'Se E. Bailey P. Balandron K. Brewer C. Briggs N. Clevenger R. Coften C. Eden R. Emert J. Garcia D. Gardner ' Y H :fits . .54 Q. ... M i A V is ' 4,52-, .5 . 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W wmymt ziigg , 2. f 5 it .My , 1 .yy V ff- . - Q :.: ., k ww 'Y "xiii" - '. 5 i 2-e-.1 I A ' ' F .E'.,, , - ,,. A ky g Q ,W , F HM X ff A' .E F' 'HQ Wi- 'Q . M. li: 41 ' sax.. A D. Aeby B. Alston R. Bradley D. Brown W. Burgin H. Collins G. Davis J. Eger ist sr if ,K 'Qi K . X' 916 D .S ,ff 4 I . ir? Z ' sv , K f 951551. ,, J, if , -- uf' - M l' . - A -A E ' egg .ij " ' i J 4 X " ' A K N Running their business smoothly are the sophomore class officers. From left to right: Jean Tague i , E.. . 1 secretaryg Andrea Nield, presidentg James Jenkins, vice presidentg and Betty Venture treasurer ,es-jg.. ww., . , I ef 'A . Q L. Aiman B. Allen R. Allen K. Amayo P. Aye M. Belt C. Brashears O. Brashears L. Breedlove J. Bucker R. Bullock J. Burgin S homores Anticipate Chemistr E- Burris . Bviones l.. Carroll J. Castillo . Castleberry . Castleloerry J. Castro J. Cole G- Conner Crain W. Chappell A. Clyma Crowder Crow J. Crum M. Culey M. DCWS Davis J. Deleon K, Dickerson Dunnegan Duthoo M. Easley F. 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Moore R, Morgan J, Moiiow L. Moss D. Myeis B, Qlgeene L. Ogle B. Orcutt A, Oiopeza M. Oiopcza C. Page C, Paiks R, Pofrei W. Powell R. Proek , Puri,-,gfon D. Pyle G. Reyes Rhodes D. Roberts C. RObOl'1r1 R. Saucedo R, Se,-figs D, Scheets J, Schenweiky N, Harttorcl N. Shifter T, Stephens M. Torrez R, Wertz .L 9 .W ' i l TLPW' is ..... ...:: in . "ws ..- I J X A K. And Just Being Juniors 2 Q 1- . gf. . 5 A' -:':: Si - . wPi A. Neal A. Nelld L. Pailcs N. Feed M. Rios D. Robbins M. Sharp J, Shehan B. SimS D. Smith H. Smith B. Smoyer C. Spencer R. Stazf D. Staggs J- STGVVWES S. Stewart P, Soverns J. Tague B, Tierney K. Tipton P. Thomas R. Thomas E. TOSf1ebO9l'1n M. Tracy J. Uhlig B. Ventura L. Vidauri H. Wolters C. Warren J, Watkins R. WGfl4ln5 K, Whinery O. Whitmire M. Wiley C, Williams W. Wood A. Wright D. Wyriclc J. Young -f 2 . K ,, . .F . k " I Q ' K 1, 40 H. lr , Q' V1 I 15" V 7 gg K. 1 A g , .ME K xl .fn iiii .... 1. fswrlii . gg. Q Q f' A . 'ffl--3 A if X W . .. 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Barbour . Burgess . Dangerfield . Easley . Gardner W "'f L S. Candelaria . Burgess A' P. Davis L. Day L. Edwards M- El'll'l1C1VT ' -' V:-1. V. Gipson C. Gower 3 .,. . fi ilfi,: f..-' S lim: V "" n l 'K i" ' -" ' fr A A frl rr .. ' ..'- . .F ,, ..1.- - 4 'F H ,Q e i 4 'F 'fe . . i F J - rt . Kg -4, , ' , - L f K , I .NN-::v, ,Q L- .: M y , rrrr. . .,.. f r lsr ..:V: N 2 ., .. H l.l.i Q i" ' ... ':.'- Algl , . ' f g l ' i"' iiii ' H . ' , i'i 5 + ::1rW " ""' L ii. ii - ., ,. fig' J J ' L 3 , ,- ,,l, .r i I J' Zi gvl. g .'V,' . ' my , X zzq Q 1 ii f ' F "r-r-. by ,a . Q. f y 2., ! 4 , , e -..'i. li . Q 5 ir . 1 :',, . -: .ri ll 38 A A new X15 If .1 Q3 an g gi f WM' ' . an 2 . has gr . nzif' 5 J V., i. l3,'fEfixP'?f?S T. Gregory R. Hoag J. Haberlein K. Hcislip E . H . . ' anna Pictured above demonsfrafing how ro prepare a meat loaf in the Foods l class are left fo rlglwfz Lxnda Anderton B- l'l0fCl'n9 and Rena Vanselours, Biology, Go: ng To State, R. Harlin B. Harris F. Harvey Haynes J. Heimback M. Herd R. Hernandez K, Hilf 5, Hilf F. Hobbs K. Hobbs J. Holland Halliday G. House S. Hullum W. Harvey S. Jacobson V, Jameson S. Jasrer J. Jenkins W. Jobe Johnson W. Johnson C. Jones D. Kehr R, Keith B. Kumf J. Larson K. Larson J. Leaf Leiker V, Lewifske R, Lillich J. Loya D. Madison M, Madison J 2. W .az . f J so - W J I ,.r., 'J ,. ': Q - n fl. 'H mf! W V iigeri f is , W 'gin Q WW .: w a h X K . f I fai n Yu. ZLZ 4, 15?x ,,p.x. dpi N . . 1" S1 3,-ev V, A .f' Lv W 4 .. f, i if I Ag L fy?-r A . lllo ' ' J L i m X 5. L K -Q V ye x I A -M . I 5. f. I , ., J 1?-Yr? -F . 5 ' .... . Ig ' i I 5... . A . Akh. N.. ,-,,. . My W 1 , . I VVV. , it 5 Q- 'E Q R 7:-5 - 2 gil' I .5 F gm i- ' - ff-. J as .f 'T - 4'll of l'll ' V ga. V '-r- if Iliff , - -- ' gjfr- , - ' rim " .,,. .- ' , ' . N . R -Q , .4 ,, ,, Q M A Q . .W N 5 H I ...W , il 1- Y X X ' . :HQ 'z . ,.," , X X I". . SK 5 4 . . , . 2 , W 1' . ' K J 39 Q i M 1 K iso K K Q' I P 'YH i . W fi'-21 G. Marquess P. Mofiitt P. Pacheco L. Priclrly L. Scharnhorst J. Smith C. Tenpenny L. Word s ar 3 we 4 f "'?f-fi ? 1. ,:i"iEf? A Pg ,,iA X. . f f n LJ' ivgifi .S-fx 'ww w 7' . 5 If - , ,. 1: . ..,. 1 x' 'L 1- 8. ai 40 . . .eff Q .gifg ii 1 L 'KW' Km "'7 i in ii i ' "Z" "1: ' i f i iii ii it S f 9 1 i T ' i 1 .. 1 gz- -I .I "g'- ::, f iliis. ' ..li Q 7, ef ., . . . ,.,.. I . at 2 ' gf M V' f l S ii ' ,MVV i r vX'a1iiAlw.....f 1 2", V , :s ig , .. . za- 1 f I f e ' W' 1 i A , K WX K. 4 gg . S .M ,-. . f Lf- :,-' ex F-ga ? Gig. A s r . S ' ' J . . :" Q .' so I , 5 .y . , Q A A ,.,. T i .sa I . . . ils T S. Marquess D. Moore C , Page T. Puriton L. Schiebel G. Smithers C. Tenpenny J. Warren K L. L. K N J, S. R. Marvin Moore Park Randel Schieich Sparks Terry Weber H. McCall W. Neely V. Parisa S. Pidgway J. McCall B. Nunley M. Perkins C. Rogers Ancl Senio er J. Schuier D. Spriggs D. Thomas R. West E. Sharp J. Steitens S. Tolby L. Wilding Q, C Mcfurdy P. Odle C. Peters B. Powland r High M. Silvers D. Stewart L. Trickett B. Wilson -f S. McDaniel P, Oropeza J. Pickle R Puberson N. Simmons S. Summers L. Tucker K. Wing D. McQueen P. Oropeza R. Poage R. Salazar C. Sinnett O. Swift J. Turney L. Wooiery Y emi S is r - .f f , L K T ,.::: "-fri ? X' ii Sfrsfse ii 'T Sf .. .H .... . P. Middleton G. Osborn I. Poie R. Sanchez L. Sligor C. Taylor R. Vanselours R. Wright '?+1"'.f-4Ji'..'3 ,L ra. ' .A - ' . A 'Q y 'SJ' .' . .., Q as areal' T ...iq T A P H f 'ff fi fiigi f . . 5 H . "' i J " mi , sir- K' 7 " "W ' Gi? I ' if K - ' 7"i ii A We ff S' his iif?:i 'X iv. 43 "' , - ' Q K . f i Sri: IT 2 . il? V Y . :N v , , -. 6 V. mi Q " W M, .. ii . , , L., . 'if .... is-P A 5 3 ., 14?-41' 1 r 2 P r- T' . S f . isir ' ' - ... 1. A3 5 K - 'S - . . , me , s 1 . ., .Zn ,V K i ,i if Qfvi- mv lptl 1 A .fe i n . Vi I , . 1 e ' l , ' " 'rr.. V . V? Q5 Y. . W K gbz V . T . T .rl. I . 5 E. g 7 1 Vqvis 'X - . s x L 1 Q gg is if . rl i Xl, ' 1 ii x 1 1 '. K ' , G5 H N my J. Adkins G. Boyle J. Brookshire M, Burgin B. Campbell R. Cupp S. Elliott N. Franklin X A 5, " 1 ,': ' Ulf, 4 'ir V 2 ll x as I' it I if F as Z. I 'in Q' ', gin. .,.l. .... A ' iifi i'f- ' ,W 9 J ,.3.g, e,. 'Q 5 .-,. - i' uuz u A il- The leading politicians ofthe 8th grade are from left to right: Cheryl Barker, treasurerp Warren McCamish, secretaryg Connie Nickurn, vice-presidentg JoAnn Adkins, president, L . K... .5 1 . W D. Anderson R. Andrade C. Barker H, Belt R. Berry L. Blythe S. Boeck J. Bond J. Brcswell M. BYO0l45 W, Clgpfon H. Bucher C. Bush l' F8 SYS 3 el' O I lClanS, 8 h G Cl G th P lt' ' C. Campbell M. Carr M. Carr B. Carter B. Chronister J. Clark . Conard R, Cotton A. Curtis P, Czirr J. Devall B, Dillon S. Donnelly M. Dupuy Durham K, Dyer . Eursery S. Eva!! B. Fabian J. Fishbaugh R. Ford C. Foster . Foster l.. Franklir V Ffelslief 5. Gdlbfdlflt D. Gardner M. Gartin D. Gipson D. Gipson . Gold L. Green -,. - .- . , P . . .- , - -- .. ,,, M 6 A .5 ' inf, . IQ A 3 2 ' . L , ' f-,. ' - F " . 5 'U " - 'f ,. I . ' -.. F' . J l .. ., . 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I' . 5 .ZL, FIL : ..zz A 5 iii ' t ffiz I Y- R ' Rf i ,- so ' ,.:' i s .. ::-,- :ri .. Q .. WW Wwews aww we l iiiit wma A etxaif . W . ai 1 sees V .I W -- V A : V ,sf ii i. ig, , V, 4. 1 . 7. , f-.: K '.-:,,,,, , - 5 L .. .Q B. Haberlein J. Hayes B. Hours M. Jordan A. Haight D. Helmuth R. Howard G. King D. Hole L, Henshow N. Howser K. Lambeth S. Hammer A. Hernandez J. Hullum P. Ledesmo ,V View J '.,. ... . -ii.- ...mf-L. - . , in , -. f wy,.+:.1-gm 4: it Te Q s 21227 x Y YL. - ' . r W' X M. Hansen A. Herod D. Jennings K. Lewallen Wag The eww as L Jiri YH? ,M I ' , ,, :i i i V L ix f, L- S , f' XJ it ' L: I A k..' : f lk -,-'! . Q Q, 17 f i, ix P J is R . ii-.XLR C. Harlin M. Hartford V. Harvey J. Hoffpauir E. Holland A, Hoover A. Johnson B. Jones B, Jones R. Lewis D. Lunn R, Mcbion Football Players and Scholars, J. Madison V. 'May R . Medrano R. Nickum u.. t J K K . gf 2' g. . '11 ,- xi, . FRX . " ii M d fm 5 ., 7 1, . , if f. f my ..mmr P iss' V- ,. is 'HX . by . .- .if'- f A. Marks P. McCall C. Meeks N. Noland R. Marks W. Mcfamish R. Mendez K. O'Brien S. 4 A. 3517, , -sw ffl' R eaves: 5 'sso f ' if ii 1 "1-1' fr m s-.. P . - ' : " -- Q --if'.i':f:,' K e o .1 ,. . ...,, . , , i f Q ' .. sf ,, 2 X if -raw..-1 . 'H S. in hr h L 42 X W W in r sd: xi if 4 .W K. Marler D. McDaniel R. Meyers S. O'Dowd Iiggal sig? X itil '- 2...-. u Q , Q .-xg. . -it H 2 Q rf 5 G. Martin M. McGhan D. Michael B. Oropezo 1. .wg T' . L ,,. .x. vi-dir.-.s f Q K ,, 4 L. Martinez E. Mclnnis G. Mitchel' M. Pearson . Marvin . McKee . Moore J . Porras J. Matthews G. McMillan D. Neild L. Porter it eii' I . ..:- -' ff, N -,, , 2 Z -,,,. h 1, AI., . ., B -.s ?Q?wa5EQ,. .Ig .. ,,... J isr oryr 1 'lf K in 56 -s . 352 f 3 3551,- yx t at ia 4 f' 5.-...fr R I Q , .. s. , ...I 5 ,,.- I M H . 6' we -if ' 41" 2 Q X ,., 2 ..:: i WV R kk Q M :I . , . A A :,,: ' ' gait . lf 1 m E . , ... -. . , ig MSL, f"".ig 9 .S . . fm.. if . 'A S- :A if . . .ff . or w -J Q .eir J . i 1 me . -:-' .a A V . L ix: S' . is L High 5 - 4 it . . r I . . 3 Q in fini. L I . ,h . g - '?",f J T ' is J' 5 sf. eff' ': ' ""' ' , . J. Powers J. Powell J. Rezabelc R. Riley J. Shoot S. Silvers H. Smothers D. Spalding R. Stone C. Stewart R. Tucker C. Tyrus R. Wagner T. Wall J Williams A. Wilson , E rQ-f ., . i fm 'S me ,...4 l i.. . y y MA 'I j, ' -. . ' g. J. Precht J. Robinson S. Silvey P. Spearman To Lead T. Stubbs A. Utter G. Warren C. Wingert H. Ouick N. Raiffeisen B. Purinton R. Roller L. Ruis J. Santoyo J. Slcubal J. Sligor B. Smith S. Spearman M. Spencer A. Starnes B. Stuteyille C. Stuteville E. Taylor C. Utter H. Vandenberg T. Vanlandingham J. Watson M. West J. Wies B. Wood M. Wood R. Wood K ., I :.. g i' 1 S Q 4 i , So uix ..,,- - .V ' - .' K' fr u , J ., gp Q V T I I '- ' , . ' , 2 fr: ...T J ,,,, ' ,.. .. 3 so efarfifses. t. 1. .. ., ' Yi if LM. I S J. Ramey G. Schleicher F. Smith C. Stephenson Junior High V. Taylor E. Venis B. Wilding S. Woods 915 i " v it -.. -A s I .V 5 Q iii? ' 33: 'fe if K . fi.. i m! .ri I rg .1 X' 3 - , K PP ' 2 Xxx ig 15 5 K t . J., .. f if- , , We 3 gg , .BW ak x . ,K .. N. Ramirez S. Scott M. Smith J. Sterner R. Todd R. Vergot . Wiley .1 B L . Young 'Er' is 4' 5,4 vw fe 1 S. Reynolds K. Settle S. Smith A. Stewart M. Trotter K. Wade J. Wiley C. Younge r in i yf' 5' . W "i" r ' in . ',..ir Kr- MQ l Q' 1, 5. X .Q N ,KG iw ir J Q. Q: . A ig. T 5 .. ' '. Jzfli. K r 'uw s. ' "5 5'2-r :Q .-uvyi 9. :V A 2, if .' .A " 2 P. Abbofr S. Baker L. Berry S. Boyer C. Brixey C. Carr J. Craig L. Decker IR L 5 My 'fm H011 1 x X 'S I .3 .. 1 , .- M -72 f. 5 3 ' ,ai L' we N. R .M .... 'i i'.+f'?3f'i- f .... , " A J ' . - : va :-' -3, g giifigifvxi 'VB f -Q .. , - Q z z D .:,,... . . . 1 . iw l ' . 'k-. 1. ...J Y I . . - 1 X I D. Aberncilxy J. Balandran W. Berry J. Boyle R. Brown W. Channell D. Crain F. Delcamp R - .2 l..,, .. ' 'RM 2 .WH ,121 -v."'f A 1 1 ' - Q.. . N, Y lei ' ' - - ,f A32 . ,..k, -. . L' fp , QL .4 ' J ,f xr va V Q' mf ff 'X vi- S. Allen R. Bardwell D. Blanks J. Braden I ,XA B . mf f .M . , A P' PW We 3, 221. ta f 'Es S A 7 - az. Q .g v sign , ' i F. Allred K. Beach R. Bousfield L. Bradford 15595 175T5Z?'?3E , . -ei' . , ' ": 'fE"TQ-TTYPYPTE . ".r:'::?:s . - .- ff- iw.. f'if"1 'if R i aiwxg r . 'Q if H 1. I f.-,M J 1 9 .fl if .2 Nm ..... . 5 PF gg... This foursome guided fhe seventh graders fhrough their - inifial year. Left fo right: Scarf Armstrong, presidenrp and Larry Libeer, treasurer, D. Aisfon M. Bell G. Bowlin S. Bright 7th Graders C. Buchanan L, Chappell R. Creason L. Dennis ,iw W. Burnley C. Clemings E, Crew M. DeSeure See Leadership l.. Caldwell D. Clevenger P. Curran D. Ccnsler C. Carpenter D. Clune N. Coberley B. Cusfer J. Davis R. Deweese W, Dorman A. Durham Davide Amayo, vice presidenfg Janice Taylor, secrefaryg D. Amcyo S. Armsfrong N, Arnold E. Carpenter B, Colin L. Davis D. Durham - F - N b fi A 'wg fl, 5... 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C31 ir. if - , , sg, K -H+ Q L YHA, I: ww y A A 1-Q. . ,t new f it E M .5 i - 2 W ' ' ff ff.. sr 'PPI of - i If .fi x s , Si if Eg -,.,. ga n V- E vt" 7 I his :A - gg kry' - -r f L, 1 1 I W v 4 f I . . ' -si zlllglli Wm 5 G. Ellifrits J. Elliott J. Evolt B. Fabian D Ferguson P. Ferree Fields M. Finnigin L. Franklin B. Friberg D. Gardner D. Gardner R. Gibson B. Gipson N. Goff M. Griffith D. Haberlein K. Hale E. Harris J. Harrison L. Harvey L. Haus Haynes J, Haynes D. Hendricks 5- Higgins G. Hill B. Hill B. Hilr F. Hilt Hilton N. Hoffpauir S, Holley G, Hontz J, Hontz L. Hoover S, Hoover J, Hom P. Horn M. Horner S. Hulrz M. Hurley L. Huskey H. Hufchings E. Hutchison L, Hufchigon L. Ingels D. Johnson S, Johnson S. Johnson M. Jones J. Kelley D. Kerns R. Kersey J. Kilgore N. King J. Lane C. Larson M, Larson M. Ledesmo L. Lewis L. Libeer N. Light C. Lillich l 3- Q Qt? :F , I G A 9.1 W A K ,Y 's K L Jn I I gm ' 5 sr-- s " , 'l A l X ' 1? f . i . . rf'l5'l" A F 'W 5 9 1 L , 2 1 " T7 11. f' i.:Q l jf- 1, , ,. . ' ' ' ,, I ry ,, X V 4 . ' ,g Jil in 4 1' ' , , f' . im f in A J 7 " " 'V' D ' ,Q .' . - . as L as 5 - Q is f .- . s...f -, , . 7 MW, . Agnes V , ., "Q, lr. ' 0 ' E my 1. . ' fl .V F 5 ff mu 5 .. ., . " is ' if H ",, . ITT r -, - f - Q1.l' 1 1,M 1 Y ' , f far '-211,555.3 2,255 '-" ' r , 'x , -as X ' . 1- - 1 5511.1 SE! ,A .1 J K 2 , -Q . I " . .W i I K f , K H . Vubuv YVZZV 2 - :, g A . 4 1" :,Q.f -5 . K ' UR W 'sifil' mf" ., . 3 5. WW . if Q t if ,. as X rim rr P52353 r fig, '21,-. ,rs iff -- 1 r . . gm ...Q V. 1, Q 1 el- X wr ,iff as . W -r A xv Z fi .f fl. fi " V - g ,xg 2 Q m .ff-MH: K-S gf-2 . y femme .. fl- R ... , V 24515555 1 D. Lillich E. Marks M. Meginr' R. Nelson S. Purisa P. Preston P. Rendina G. Rutledge P4 , if is R. ' L. M Q r n ' f it wi ' 5588, -. hw 5 ' Ti -'Q 1' 51 , . W,.. rig? 'f :itil X. S r Silva U -va in 5 as r gl is -.wm..::, mf. r 25 4 a f fr I S H. .. R igi tis .am , ,MM sy. 3. , sf .. ..rrwl'2 5, 155253552 W 2 ,ww 5 fir... .rr-A rm w g m -f 51-SST 55525 ire , ., ,gm .. ,.., Q . vm , 145 as y fyii-fi , 21. , . .,-- , - .. .- . lf, ji ' ' " q..,J' 1. X, Y y A T53 . Lindsey Marks M. Lindsay B Mendez K Nichols S Parsons Quick Renier Santoyo I sm., . . Q . . fr ZHVWWfZUw?k ,",'.1s1 f . - f. -5 my ,kr Xzsl . . digg, tewk, - Ji., ,E:-,,...- 5 ' 5. gf 5 'FQ' ' 2. 5 A 'X ' fu ,eszliih like - A was .Q ., f .9- Martinez Metz . Nicholson ,, . ,,., . .5 ig i i -.rs :ru 1 ..,,,.,., 3 li . Evo? 'if wa X? M. Long T. Marx G. Moore Lovell -f r .......- . ,kky 0 ,.,. . 5 w r . 1 W nw, 82 R, rw., -K. ---...V .L fl' we .1 "JR 'f E 4 . S. Lunn McCallop C. McDanel Moore V, Moritz Norwood J. Odell H. Madden A. Mclnnis J. Murphy . Mamie . McWilliams . Myers Qles ---' '...'.r I.: 1' . J' ar ' WSF Q1'I !r-le fkefkm . .., N3 . , - R S F C . Mantooth . Medrono . Neeley . I '1 ii K . Y . ':,. P . -1. . - . 1 ,r ,...r -r': . r l A Q J X . i J " ' 'I'-' S' ,v': . 3 Mme 3 rl ri We JW? is- W V , - I .2 .. . T E .. ,. , vig it s y .5 5,5 llli Z 11:3 V f P ' i n It In ' - 1 - - - -- gf. ' V 2 .5 ,. f ,.,, -:V i., -. N E K '15, QQQ 3, 7 12 .. Ky 4 5 R P . J ,an A ff 1 K V. J gg V 3 l lty.' 1' 75 2 ...:b ,kv V ,.,. . 1 J f- 'S J rr. - ..r. J 'Z 1 f f..r gg '.:Q if K R P S N, Nine B. Onions I Qzios In Being Sth Graders M. Pearl S. Quine I. Reyes G. Sawyer s an F s '1.:s,"1.:.ggQ. , WW J. Perkins D. Rcngel J. Peters A. Rader D, Rindt J. Race G. Sayles r , U M.. Q, Hg? "' ,, 'Q . sq W r rig ,K is 222.2 J f " wg... fa xi , , 1- '+ -i ll? ..,. 9 ro. W f .. 1 - gm ri ., .L .1 e ills , , 5 mwms l V W D. Settle .,-Q y M.. l' r ' wr .Q l. Reber l.. Rios N. Shelton a.. of s y i Q tiki ,K 'K R. Pinkley M, Pool C. Reis M. Reed E. Robinson J. Robinson L. Shepard J. Shepherd ,:?"'. 2 f" ml, if . 1: ' ' F W' si ff. E AME! 1 H? l ..,M, K. , Z . .K . Page F. Porter R. Reis L. Rusk L. Shirley REQ? 1 Wi' lim W, . K. . f.gwr,. f .rs- QW' J , v P iw , I l i VVVKVKVVK 3 . Kgyr . 3 Q. ,,.. W w ' - e',r 2' 2-. , - 1 mWQ.wwQwwml f rf . rf t i V . . , R 3 ... ii- Hairzffu gf ' ,.,-r :fs , .,.. . . A. I. Q. . P 1 J... l .... 2 R VY- - A Airl Q ... r 'P X J... i.ie S eltl J .. 'P J 1 . reee rer gif t i ' -'.f' if f R ri . mil X J. Skubal S. Stark D. Taylor G. Tucker C. Williams if 'I -Q xc? Q qs A .1 X T ti? It J V- me a. T 4 A - . gf- -7 QA. Q X .. Em. R. Sligar . Steele . Taylor . Tyrus H. Williams Larry Bale, seventh grade geography instructor, is seen here pointing out Mexico ta Beckv Sparks and Gary Tucker. ' , Sag 3 .- Ly. M. Smith .. . 'E 2f-gif K I i . . zgl s l"Q' QVA . I S we 1 r s 4 R. Smith R. Smothers C. Smayer B. Sparks In A Big Junior High L. Stepp J . Taylor D. Vest N. Williamson J. Sturm S. Taylor C. Vochatzer B. Wilson Stuteville D. Summers Thomas Walker Wilson M. Thomas C. Weaver B. Witt .5 , 11- sf ,.f S S : 3 .55 , J at :-r ' . r s 'ff Q ef,-2 T. W "t' ' limgii . H 'W B , l f H , . . K W we fi "tr 1 'H' ' 1 i H 3, W A In kN.,y , Vniy in ,V i.. Q? X .. ' 41 nw Q :if-VR a a ' .f in n .gg s 1? 'ir .. . .Q 31.2 .W X :F 4, . .t't-. ' "' "' .T ' . E ...':.', . A 4 ,H 3. ty, . 6? Qiivlv , it wht L 'ff . . - 'S a sr a f' Yi ... .... . . K Smurf' Ref' 6 C. Taylor W. Thomas F. Weaver R. Wiyninger M. Spilman C M. Taylor Thompson P. White B. Wood V ' ii'7 1 - .,." -2 A - " .sibl e . A . , I I I ' . 1 . ' . ,tlt T?" ' .'.., . 'v , ,, ..,.. .V , 1 - --.J Y iiii L ., . f "M ff' 1 H l wwf: fve iiff Q, ii. : mi is .12 Q 'Wx 45? .... 4 J. Shoemaker C. Staggs D. Taylor T. Tierney B. Whiters L. Zagar 1... - -M ff . : J ...Q .,, . we W .W mf w ,,. 5 we , W We'll Have Moments To Remember... Trying to find a means of escape are these captives caught by sheriffs and deputies of the Colt Club. Some are shown here giving hopeful looks for some- one to pay the bail of ten cents. This jail is one of the main attractions of the annual all-school carnival held inithe gym, September 29. Every organization sponsors a booth. The pep band and cheerleaders led an assembly in the school Happy moments will be remembered by all who attended the senior high back-to-school party in the school's cafeteria, September ll . The sopho- mores coming from Central Junior met new friends, and old friends had the ioy of seeing each other after summer vacation. A dance contest was won by Bonnie Maxim and Bill Madison. Fld I t d The homecoming skit put on by seniors caused many roars and chuckles at the pc ng O one game ay' assembly, October 23. Glowing Moments, Magic Moments X .4 .i 3 Poster committee paints signs and decorates goal posts i "Here's a load off my hands," says Earl Moritz to Doris Waugh, while Gene Allen, it seems, had provided Marla By the glow at candlelight, the queen with three of her attendants and escorts are Gflrtin with plenty of arm muscle exercise. caught by the camera at the homecoming dance, October 24. As "twirp season" begins, the boys begin to take advantage of the situation. Here Royce Marshall persuades Terry Stephans to carry his books, while Tom Lowe also manages for Karen Houts to carry his. "Go team, go! " This was the cry by the Argentine students from the First game to the last. Enthusiasm and tension were aroused by the victory of Argentine's first football game at Turner. S From Mustangs Every high school has some tradition or memory most respected by its . . . T d students. Many intangible qualities are gained from such respec an pride. Students are more apt to acquire and keep school spirit even Fter the have graduated Better character is built into students in a y . trying to lceep traditions most dear to the student body. A new tradition at Argentine is the victory bell. During this.year the ' The bell will stand bell had acquired a new Face and a new meaning. in the halls ot Argentine never to be touched unless it is being rung for a victory. In the future it will be more of an honor than it is now. It inspires more spirit among our sport teams. er sources other than tradi- Memories that demand respect come from oth l Th t m of '59 the track and football royalty, the many tions a so. e ea , things that happened at Argentine that year when they went from Mustangs to rockets . To Rockets X xx 'S XX Y xi Xi li Stepping High, Marching Proudly From left to right in the front row are Joyce Holland, drum maiorette, Jill Miller and Kay DeSeure. In the back row from left to right are Faith Holland, Janice Shubaugh and Joanne Hayes. Stepping high and flipping their batons into the air, the maiorettes led the band through difficult man- euvers during the half time of football games. During one of the half time presentations they performed an original routine. The girls also led the band in the Argentine Activities parade and American Royal parade. The drums roll, the music starts and nine senior high beauties proudly step out to spell out Argentine . A thrill goes through Argentinians in the bleachers as the group turns to face them and they applaud en- thusiastically. The Argentinettes performed at vari- ous football and basketball games and on Oklahoma Day at the American Royal. They also marched in the Argentine Activities parade and American Royal parade. From left to right are Marion Cox, Judy Pringle, Barbara Mullin, Doris Waugh, Sharyl Wilson, Pat Hannahan, Jeanne Holmes, Norma Saragusa and Wanita Powell. This page sponsored by EDWARD W, BRUNK INSURANCE, 3204 Strong Avenue With Pep O' Plenty 4 w w , , W ww., fi' P"' J Ifilwn, JEANNE THOMAS--Senior Head Cheerleader I PAT LONG--Senior KAREN HOUTS--Seniof , ' 31 CONNIE FORD--Junior JOYCE MCKEE--Junior 53 Cur Cheerleaders For Brimming over with enthusiasm Fc their team, these five bouncing gals combined their talents and energy to cheer th'e Junior Varsity on to greater efforts. The many hours of practice and concentration showed as the girls led the Mustang club through many rousing cheers. New this year for the Junior Varsity are washable white wool pleated skirts and the white "A" cheering emblems previously used by the varsity cheerleaders. X D - Q 'H 1 f it ff iff! From left to right are Jeanne Brewer, Nancy Howser, Sharon Foreman, Kathy Wade, Pam Easley, Bonnie Purinton, and Janice McCall. From left to right are Terry Stephens, Dianne Smith, Carolyn Lovelace, Betty Ventura and Gayle Houts . Go Colts, go team, Fight For Argentine! These peppy Jr. Hi. cheerleaders could be heard a long way oft as they practiced energetically and happily after school in the gym lobby. These hours were not spent in vain as they cheered on a top-notch football team and a fightin' and scrappy basketball team. The seventh grade cheerleader was Becky Fabian. Go Team Go! A. H. S. All The Way Five smiling faces, endless practice, new cheers and much more pointed to the pass- word ot the Varsity Five--Pep! ln below Freezing and windy football weather, in sardine-packed basketball gyms this pass- word was never torgotten. This year the "A" team cheerleaders attended a clinic in Topeka, Kansas, and added new blue skirts with white insets for away games to their outfits. Fight 'em Colts! ...J H5 , 'ir ,... ' a atr. 2 f f ,, . . -. -, I Q fm-,,ff.--g,L.. -5g.,.:f '..'f , . '..,.. . ,'.V After School Practice N Y es ty Jud ,1 ,Lt . ,ff .V , " L. ,L ,L gr . fi AVI! 1: The light of love, the purity of grace, The mind, the Music breathing from her face, The heart whose softness harmonized the whole, And, eh! the eye was in itself o Soul! --Bryon F-ii. w Vx X L Qui fijxg 1 BARBARA N--Senior "-id! K1-f Xi J A 4 DIXIE MARVIN--Junior 1959-1960 S v Homecoming Royalty Q S U -Q... fx, ff f" Vi NANCY KISER--Senior T '1 xx! 9 'lk fg 4 WX: fx f" ,,,'Kg,.f" 1 TERRY STEPHENS--Sophomore The Big Moment As the convertible rounded the turn in the track her subjects stood and gczve happily smiling and crying Queen Judy Kay Pringle cz tremendous ovation. Tri-captain, Butch Burgess, had the honor of presenting the roses and crowning A. H. S. 's i959-60 Home- coming Queen. Her Majesty reigned over the First semi-formal Homecoming dance in the history of Argentine held the Following evening in the school cofeterio. Queen ludy and Butch The Queen's Dance Presenting . . . That Wonderful Night - ro :J . rom e o ri are erry Stephens, Barbara u y Pringle, queeng Nancy Kiser, and Dixie Marvin. Shown above is the 1959 varsity football team and coaches, they are: BACK ROW: fLeft to Righti line coach R. Dunn, L. Burgess, J. Caudron, J. Roach, D. Smith, B. Haddock, B. Jenkins, G. Brower, G. Young, C. Weathers, R. Brown, N. Lewis, head coach B. Allison, backfield coach T. Fitzgerald. MIDDLE ROW: M. Morris, B. Mata, R. Chandler, K. Webb, R. Marshall, C. Jeffries, R. House, G. Hankins, C. Hullum. FRONT ROW: E. Herd, J. Purinton, J Mullin, K. Harding, J. Gunther, D. Magnenat, R. Polk, L. Knapp, T. Regan, W. Mobley, T. Lowe. Mustangs Post 1-7 Season The football season began with forty-nine men answer- ing Coach Allison 's call to the gridiron. On September 1, the team settled down to hard prac- ticing drills preparing for the opening game with Turner. The Mustangs met their Turner foe defeating them 20 to 'l9. After the opening victory the Ponies were unable to muster up another victory. However the Mustangs showed desire in their play in every game until the final gun. One of the better games was the Washington duel. At the half the Mustangs were down 13 to O. But with desire to win the Mustangs came back scoring I8 points. The final score was 20 to 18, Washington. Nate Lewis did a fine iob running the ball from his halfback slot, and Tom Lowe played well from his guard and linebacker positions. The Mustangs had six returning lettermen. Jerome Gunther, Tom Lowe, and Butch Burgess were the '59 tri-captains. Co-captains Tom Lowe and Jerome Gunther call the toss at the Rosedale game. l 9 GARY BROWER RICHARD BROWN LARRY BURGESS 3 yr. leffermcn 1- JACK CAUDRON 2 yr. leffermcn 1 yr. leffermun 1 yr. leffermcn SCOREBOARD A,H,S, OPPONENTS 20 .. .. Turner ...... 19 O.. .. S. M. Ecisf ,,,, ,H32 O . . . . Leclvenworfh . . . . 20 O . . . Bishop Meige . . . 25 O .. ...Ward ....... .. .37 13 . . . . Bonner Springs . . . . 18 18 . . . . . Washington . . . 20 i3.. ...Rosedcle... ..41 Nafe Lewis, Argentine hclfbcck, brings down Pct Cahill of Ward. JEROME GUNTHER 2 yr. letferman ' A BILL HADDOCK I yr. leffermcn JERRY HALL 1 yr, leffermcn GARY HANKINS 2 yr. lefferman Shawnee Mission Lancers close in on Musfang bull carrier Ervin Herd. ' ERVIN HERD I yr. lefiermcn BOB JENKINS CLIFFORD JEFFRIES ROGER HOUSE I yr, Ieffermgn I yr. leifermcn I yr. leffermcn Season Yields Twenty- Five Lettermen l-UCIEN KNAPP Head couch Bob Allison, left, runs over strategy for coming game with his ussisfonfs Tom l YV- leffe"m0l'1 Fifzgercld and Randall Dunn. L NATHANIEL LEWIS 2 yr. Iefferman :F-lm' Q wi -as Nw Su A TOM LOWE Couch Allison explains c new "plan of cffocld' of halftime. 2 yr . Ierfermon DAVID MAGNENAT ROYCE MARSHALL I yr. Iettermcn I yr. Ieffermcn Coach Allison infenflywcfches cl critical ploy. ROBERT POLK I yr. Ieffermcn I yr. leffermun .ln MIKE MORRIS JERRY MULLIN I yr. leffermcn 2 yr. Ietfermcm I JtRRY PURINTON TOM REGAN l yr' lellermun I yr. leffermon JOHN ROACH CHARLES WEATHERS CHESTINE HULLUM I yr, Ieffermoru I yr. Ieffermcin SCOREBOARD FRESHMEN A. H. S. OPPONENTS 32 ..... Rosedale .. O I2... ...Turner.... O 25... Washington.. .. 8 31... ...Southeast..... .. O 22... Redemptoristu... ...7 I8... ...Ward ..... ...O 7... BishopMeige.. ...7 52 .. .. Olathe ..... O Freshman squad members. BACK ROW: lLeft to Righti Assistant coach J. Brubaker, B. Johnson, B. French, R. Wright, J. Larson, C. Kerr, J. Doyle, O. Spriggs, E. Sharp and Head coach C. Kukuk. MIDDLE ROW: R. Harlim, V. Gipson, K. Larson, B. Harding, M. Herd, D. McQueen, 5. Hullum and D. Thomas. FRONT ROW: J. Pickle, L. Woolery, D. Sanchez, R. Bellamn, F. Harvey, R. Sanchez, T. Purinton and L. Shornhorst. Frosh. 81 Soph. . . Future Powers Junior Varsity squad members. BACK ROW: lLeft to Righti coach W. Lombrane, P. Castleberry, J. Maubion, J. Jenkins, B. Mason, H. Smith, D. Aeby, J. Purinton, R. Killian, B, Tierney, L. Hill, coach G. Clohecy. MIDDLE ROW: D. Prock, R. Emert, R. Lupardus, G. Lewis, F. Santoyo, N. Halloway, H. Collins, M. Castleberry, J. Lawson, J. Cole, J. Gallo, J. Lewis. FRONT ROW: R. Boushier, D. Hammer, H. Hansen, E. McCaIIop, F. LeDesma, H. Walters, J. McDaniel, B. Porter, G. Reyes, F. Estrada, D. Myers, D. Wyrick. SCOREBOARD JUNIOR VARSITY H. 5. OPPONENTS ....Turner.......... 8 ....ShawneeEast.... ....I2 .... Leavenworth ., 28 .... BishopMeige.. ....Ward........ .,,,I9 .... Rosedale .... .. I4 .... Bonner Springs I9 ....WcShin9fon.... ....27 Zoamafzwdvy 1959- 60 Siva- geff Qzaeefa QQ? M64 MISS MARION COX 65,8 A Cherished Memory A long remembered moment Th P 'd Th p um 1 U ,. 5 It was 0 happy and festive occasion for many 65 1 MLid,,i 4lQ .J C Q-QQ W CLQQ In 7' 1777 aah 8 ,xx 1 Z3 +3 QQ w Wy W M . 6 ax f 4 AN 1 X Y or may YQ 1 GARY BROWER 1 yr. letterman 4. - P t ed above Mustang forward Bob Jenkins C141 tips in two points in the Argentine ' .ta 1959-60 SCOREBOARD ARGENTINE 57 Bonner Springs ,., ,,,,. 34 ..... Rosedale 37... .. Sumner... 48... .. Olathe 41 .. Wyandotte 59 .... .. Turner ...... . 49 .... S.M. East ...Ward....... 58 .. Leavenworth .. 52... Sumner...... 50 Rosedale 50... ...Ward.... 52... ...PemDay... 48 .. Wyandotte 44 ..... Olathe ..... 56 ...... Turner ........ CHRISTMAS TOURNEY 42 .. ...... Ft. Scott ....... .. 47... ...... Rosedale ...... REGIONAL TOURNEY 51 ...... Ft. Scott .... 48 .. .... Ward ......... .. 60... ..... S.M.North...... STATE TOURNEY 25... ...WichitaEast..... andotte battle while Richard Jenkins C331 ancl John Oman C201 look ' -W I iiri 52 iii Vrli X OPPONENT A .ssei f 44 . ' rf .417 40 'J 'Z T 43 1 fi 47 JACK GIPSON ---- 50 3 yr. l-etterman 48 4O 42 41 n g U 53 T- 1 - - , 79 E 33 33 A 7Al: ....37 'A 47 ff ,. ., .,... , 6 l 4 - Q . . . . 1.57, 5 GENE CLYMA ....7o 1 yr. letterman BILL HADDOCK tv.. Jr? 291'-,,, I ' Xt C43 Ponies Register 12-10 Season The 1959-60 Mustangs ended their season with a two over par record, 12- 10, but kept their pride as they won the first place championship in the class AA regional tournament at Shawnee Mission North. The Ponies fell to Rosedale early in December but they came back strong to romp past the Wildcats in the finals of the Christmas Tourney. After coast- ing past Fort Scott, 43-33, Argentine stunned Rosedale, 47-33, and took the Tourney championship. One week later the Mustangs surprised the state champs, Wyandotte, but fell in the closing minutes, 43-41. The Ponies had hard luck in three consecutive games, Wyandotte, Shawnee East, and Ward, by being edged by a total of five points. They lost by two points to the Bulldogs, one point to the Lancers, and two points to the Cyclones in a sudden death overtime. Argentine then racked Leavenworth, gained revenge by defeating Sumner, and downed Rosedale for the second time. After losing four in a row to Ward, Pem Day, Wyandotte, and Olathe, the Mustangs edged an improved Turner, 56-55, to end the regular season with a 9-9 record. The determined Ponies went to the regionals and blasted Fort Scott again, 51-37, to move in- to the semifinals against Ward. To avenge two earlier losses, the Big Blue edged the Cyclones on a last second basket by Jack Gipson as the Mustangs came from behind, 43-29 going into the third quarter to win the contest 48-47. ln the finals, Shawnee Mis- sion North fell easy prey to Ar- gentine, 60-41, as the team earn- ed a trip to the class AA state tournament at Wichita. The Ponies fared poorly at Wichita as they toppled to the number one rated team in the state, Wichita East, by a 70-25 margin to end theirseason with a 12-10 overall record. GARY HANKINS 3 yr. letterman Assistant coach, George Todd, left and head coach, Larry Bale, right, explain a new pattern at one of the nightly practice sessions. CLIFF JEFFRIES 1 yr. letterman ,.,. , ,, . -' 2 4 . W. , Ji X! 'T-1, , 5 -sf . Q W if , I A Z' S I M 6, 5' W--L ,. - .ug ',:,,'::aef-In ks:a6.:z.-- sv A L-1 Fr Q-f,,Efa.f-21 fe' 3 , ff . 1,5 2 I ,, , 5 as as xfnxqfs-' A Q I - 1 an-.ffiQHIIIf1 I A 32 , 5 'Q L ., .4 I I E IJ ,II I I I 5 14 r , as I 1 2 1 Q I Ham 15112 3 6 I 1 GQ V , , P , 7 ai we xr 3 J E I,,f,,Li. 2,1 A st .--Hifi?-?K'1?f :K A I K , ., + ls. 8 ,V M, ss as 5 A wfiq, ,K rf N I f IS ' 9 K f T I If 5 y 1 gy . W , .- I ,,. . 'i-iffilfgiyfrisbf WW, I. ,M-w'm:eezi,f5 1 ' r gf "-" " I , ffiiffflsf f 31.-ui ir- z, f. fbiligiiliisbi 1 IX 44i3i9525'5if " 'ii Ms ., .. . .. ...,....,. .. , ,. M, X I W . '. sxxszsm saws , P-fu.:-9 -'sv .a-.ff nm .K 4 ., 1. I, fgxrai"Ai'3. 2 sf SL s ' Ur W 1: lszwaiesf fS?Skifd:1f'Z'E5v'v I ' " : ' ' V - ,'if:?"I5 MW , q,., ,-,, . H-, .,-:, I 4 mf: -, . ,. ,. f Q ' J I, ,.,1y,gJf ff- gg..-fe: L 5 '- ' - 4 Elf . - v-"rms"-11s :sei ,, I K " as ,, 1v':12Z:1fa ,. V ffisr' e 'n ., f BOB JENKINS JAMES JENKINS TERRY MATTHEWS 3 yr. Ieffermcm I yr. Iettermcm I yr. Ietfermcm I FigI1I'em Mustangs, FigIwI'em I L Y si.,' I - . Q , . ' 5 Us "1 S ,args ' f I-ww Biff S vm us we E M ' ' ' , I a , ' r s k , ivy f' , , .V -' 111' 1, - .. 1 ' gf I ,154 if ' s' ' f " f Q i:isxi','I."', - .!?"' 'S 1 , ,egjgigsxifz "..5: '1 I L, ,-'iw' . I. ' 'H ' fl-zsifi ' J, BILL WOOD I yr. Ieffermcn Bob Jer1I4insfI4I pops In fwo points In the Bonner game as Gary Bower, rIgI'1I, sfonds by for The rebound that never come. I yr. Ieffermcm We Went To State ln 1960 25' Pictured above is the i959-60 Varsity and Jr. Varsity basketball squad, they are, BACK ROW: Left to Right, G. Young, T. Matthews, B. Haddock, J. Gipson, B. Jenkins, G. Brower, B, Wood. SECOND ROW: D. Smith, manager, M. Wade, G. Clyma, C. Jeffries, G. Allen, R. Boushier, J. Jenkins. FRONT ROW: Varsity coach, Larry Bale, K. Noland, J. Lewis, M. Easley, J. McDanieIs, G. Hankins, Jr. Varsity coach, George Todd. , ,X 4 Q , hifi if ft 't Shown above are the two first place trophies wan by the Mustangs. On the left is the cham- Mustang, Gary Brower KSIJ pumps a iurnp shot in pionship trophy for the i960 regional tournament and on the right is the first place trophy for the state toumament at Wichita while Elmer Walker the Christmas tournament- C347 for Wichita East attempts to black the that. Sh wn above is the 1959-60 Sophomore basketball squad. BACK ROW: Left to Right, Coach Randall Manis, H. Smith, B. Mason, R. Marshall, J. DeLeon. FRONT ROW: O. Whitmire, G. L M Castleberry, B. Olseene, F. Teoneboehn. SOPHOMORE RECORD Sumner ,, Turner ...... Bishop Meige S.M. East , Turner , , , Wyandotte, , S.M. North. Wyandotte . . S.M. North Bishop Meige Sumner ..... Frosh, Soph, Mustangs ol Tomorrow FRESHMAN RECORD OPPT. Northwest. .. . . . . 38 Central .... .... 3 7 Northwest . . . . . . 24 Turner . . . 23 Northeast . . . 32 West .... 24 Ward .... 47 Rosedale .... 35 Central . . . 41 Northeast . . . . . . 5O West ....... 39 Bishop Meige 57 . .... ...... .- .... OPPT . 30 22 31 35 32 28 40 28 40 29 48 the 1959-60 Freshman basketball squad. BACK ROW: Left to Right, L. Moore, J. Brass, D. Thomas, B. French. SECOND ROW: J. Loya, L. Sharnhorst, B. Johnson, V, Gipson, KL FRO kSrtBFkl JDylDK JL P D NT ROW: Coach Fran co ,.ranln,.oe, .err , . arson, Funnin' With Round Ball Big Man'?'99'? No, iusf Trick phofograpiiy. ,K ,,,k f Sophomores aid in iunior-senior game. This P096 sponsored by WARREN MCCAMISH, 1229 Soufh 42nd, KGHSO5 CNY, A Jenkins' A-Club and faculty begin annual game fip-in. Kansas MISS JEANNE THOMAS, senior lflfeelflf ,. Cv ,X X L-lf'0LC QW, 7 95 9- 6 0 VI. . Y, -', ff , Q. 7 ff, J rj Af EQ kwa' Qacfl Z at V, L Q, gs 51,1 M. , N L , .4 Q... 5 ,X ' ,fa Q' ' Q - , 'X K 'M' -gf fu '6 l ff " " Q ' fg a.-".,:,zQ71! ' Ll , " H . , i , ,. I. rl I yr ' gag .1 I SL.. ff' If Q if J A lf I ,fl Jin' 4 MISS JANICE SCHUBAUGH, iunior MISS DIANNE SMITH, sophomore HAIR SMILE rwmf jfop Zed EYES Because of the yearbook deadline it was impossible to include the selection of the 1959-60 Track Queen. Cne of these three girls, however, was to be elected queen by the student body, and a close race was pre- dicted by the editors. Track ---- Basic For Power and Stamina ri ic fth y th r the team has been pract g GSOGOI' 1' Sh b practice sess th 76 Ahl k I ft dChuck A.H.S. cinders is Ron P t d b h BiII Todd, extreme ght,t Ik t p t fth I9 h gy d g in the halls. :Sa 50 ' 60 track team. Because 5 TRACK SCHEDULE T960 Big 8 Indoor ........................ . . . Feb. 27 Rosedale and Bonner Springs . . . . . . Mar. 24 State Indoor ............... . . Mar. 26 Olathe ................. . . Mar. 29 Washington Relays .. .... Apr. 2 Leavenworth ...... . . . Apr. 5 Emporia Reiays . . . . . Apr, 9 Washington ....... . . Apr. I4 Wyandotte County . . . . . Apr. I9 Argentine ReIays ......... . . Apr. 22 Washington ............... . . . Apr. 26 Shawnee Mission N. Relays . . . . .. Apr. 29 Shawnee Mission N. "B" ..... . May 2 Ward, Sumner, Bishop Meige . . . ..... May 6 Regionals ................. ........ M ay I4 State ...... .. .. May 2O842I The First golf team in many years was organized in 1960 at A.H.S. The new team, under the direction of "Spike" Olander, will compete with - teams from other schools next year as Argentine becomes an active member in the East Kansas League. ' 32 ? ,H 1 my me .E ' 1 Z4 f I Pictured above is the 1960 golf team, they are, BACK ROW: Left to Right, H. Collins, J. Lawson, X Coach Clifford Olander. FRONT ROW: D. Hammer, J. Hansen, H. Hansen. Golf, Cross-country---New Faces at A. H. S. Argentine had an official cross-coun- try team in 1959. One of its pur- poses was to condition boys not out for Football, for the basketball sea- son . The cross-country squad partic- ipated in several meets during the year and Ron Ashloclc hurtled to a new school record tor the two mile course with a time ot 10:58. Shown above is the 1959 Cross-country team, they are, BACK ROW: Left to Right, Coach Bill Todd, C. Kilgore, R. Ashlock, T. Matthews. FRONT ROW: D. Duthoo, R. Davis, B. Wood, D, Odell. l 1 X From Mustangs The main life and activity of a school centers around section of our annual each club is shown in its own splendor. . Social life as well as academic life in a high school is important. The things accomplished and learned will always be an invaluable asset to every member of a successful club or organization. ' ' lubs formed. However, clubs formed last year have proved This year there weren t any new c successful in their purpose. V One club outstanding in its accomplishments is the Safety Club. ln its second year of livelihood it has made life' at Argentine safer for the students. AM A ,Q . Wad PQ gcgssyi- ffl Qifmwy ,w '9"?fV5",,Qfl'fMMT ,Ain Q I 4VL1Lr,0, 66, 5" Mzcwg frv0Hef"f Yfyff s xW g g it's clubs and organizations. ln this X fl I X To Rockets , f ' V I fi aw if QQQW w V A 7x41 QAM fb pw If 1 if f X fyinff QQ 5f 1 .QRGANI ,s 5 X , , O X , if Q : !'l 5 960 , I . I I I . , I I I . . ' b I I National Honor Society 1 BILL BROOKSHIRE ELAINE GRIMES THOMAS HILL JOYCE HOLLAND JOHN HUTSON CLIFFORD JEFFRIES BOB JENKINS TOM LOWE BILL MADISON GEORGE MARBLE MARILYN McGEE JEROME McHENRY BARBARA MULLIN I ' NIZA NEWBERRY KA JUDY PRINGLE 6l,lf'6LCf8lf' JANICE STERNER .JEAN THOMAS K A DORIS WAUGH ' MARY MARGARET WILSON C 0 am 70 R DAVID vvoLF Ogacfemlqo I eruice Q? LEFT TO RIGHT: Bob Jenkins, Butch Burgess and Judy Pringle. Learning about the workings of political life and meeting other students also interested I in politics was the honor accorded to five members of the class of '60 during their iunior summer. Chosen by two American Legion posts and one auxiliary post to attend the Girls' State and Boys' State conventions were, respectively, Judy Pringle, Butch Burgess, Clifford Jefferies, Richard Torrez, and Bob Jenkins. Alternate to Girls' State was Karen Houts. I l I l LEFT TO RIGHT: Clifford Jefferies and Richard Torrez. sf ' I aters an rlters I .157 3 KE. rg LYZQH1-15 ilk. I ...iii J, LX L ,l,'Al AINTEFQIATIONALP V X I ,, I ' - ,s z-iz I... - SEATED: Left to Right, Judy Haflich, Nizo Newberry, Judy Pringle and Barbara Mullin. STANDING: Bob Jenkins, Tom Hill, Windell Snow, Bill Madison, and Butch Burgess. One of the honors awarded to senior journalism students in Quill and Scroll. After writing copy, headlines, or doing any one ofthe thousands of tasks journalists are often called upon to do, the following people are proud owners of Quill and Scroll pins. B. Brookshire B. Burgess . J. Haflich . K. Houts . T. Hill . . B. Madison . B. Mullin . . M. McGee . N. Newberry J. Pringle . W. Snow . J. Sterner . J. Thomas . J. Thompson B. Jenkins . . ...... . . ...........Yearbook . . ......... Yearbook . .... Assistant Argentlan Editor . . . . Yearbook and Business Manager J. Schleicher . . .......... Art Editor QUILL AND SCROLL HONOR ROLL . .... . . . . . . . . .Photography . .....Sports . . Yearbook and Feature Writing . . . . . . . . . Sports Editor . . Argentian Editor in chief . . Yearbook Editor in chief . . ....... News Editor . . ....... Yearbook . . Feature Writer ' . . . Editorial Writer . . . . .Sports . SEATED: lLeft to Rightl Jeanne Thomas and Karen Houts. STANDING: Jan Thompson, Janice Schleicher, Janice Sterner, Marilyn McGee. The Whole Town's Talking Jack 's harem? Oh, my hero! A rip-roaring, side-bustin' comedy was presented by the senior class on March IB, l96O. "The Whole Town's Talking" was one ot the most popular plays in use by high schools all over the U,S. and one director counted 374 laughs during one performance. Ellen Dingwall was the director. Henry Simmons Harriet Simmons Ethel Simmons Chester Binney Lefty Lythe . . . Donald Swift . . Roger Shields . . Lia Wilson . . . Sally Otis . . . Annie ....... Sadie Bloom . . Mrs. Jackson .. Taxi Driver . . . Girls ....... S atu rdoy THE CAST . . . John Hutson .. Joyce Holland . . . Connie Mason Jaclc Ellis . . . . Barbara Mullin . . . . Charles Weldon . . . . . Gary Taylor . . Nancy Kiser Linda Cox . . . . . . Kaye Bryson . . . Dianne Seckinger Judy Crain . JerrySummers Karen Houts Jeanne Thomas, Carol Davidson morning practice Wham my ,in , Best kind of audience? K X T T ' STANDING: Left,to Right, C. Ford, J. McCurdy, J. McKee, S. Fry, J. Wright, O. Spearman, B. Mullin, K. Houts, and J. Haflich. SEATED: Mr. Guy Bradford, sponsor. Watching movies, touring Bethany Hospital, and listening to guest speakers from St. Margaret's Hospital were some of the things that kept the Future Nurses busy during the year. This club, sponsored by Miss Koester, school nurse, was led by Mary Margaret Wilson, president, Jennie Rios, vice-presi- dent, Dianne Anderson, corresponding sec- retary, Jan Piekarslci, recording secretary, and Judy McCall, student council rep- resentative. SEATED: J. Schleicher, J. Thompson, J. Arnold, J. Haflich, and Mrs. Nlary Glen, sponsor. STANDING: E. Parker, M. Lattin, and M. Norton. Going to neighboring grade schools and observing teaching, then actually taking over in these situations was one ofthe main proiects of the Future Teachers for this year. They also were hosts for alumni at a meeting for college-bound high school students, hosts for Sumner High School Future Teachers, and guests ata ioint meeting at Rosedale High School. Leading the club this year were Barbara Mullin, president, Karen Houts, vice-president, and Joyce McKee, secretary- treasurer. ROW ONE: Left to Right, M. Venis, D. Dominguez, P. Minnix, M. Lopez, M. Wilson ROW TWO: J. Rios, R. Gutteridge, D. Anderson, S. Metz, J. McCurdy, and J. McCall This club is lcept busy by making posters for the carnival, plays, dances, and other e- vents. They also helped with decorations for almost all the dances. The officers of the year were led by Janice Schleicher, president, who was assisted by Judy Hatlich, vice-president, Jeanne Arnold, secretary, and Mary Ann Lattin, student council rep- resentative. ROW ONE: Left to Right, Miss Horton, sponsor, S. Frazier, C. Davidson, E. Grimes, I. Grimes, l. Lawson, A. King, J. Hatlich, L.. I-ard, M. Wilson, and Mrs, Southwell, sponsor. ROW TWO: M. Cox, K. Amayo, L. Williams, W. Taylor, K. Deseure, J. McLain, G. Davis, M. Perkins, J. Brewer, S. Foreman, M Venis, and J. McKee. ROW THREE: J. McCall, B. Venture, T. Marvin, J. Sparks, J. Smith, R. Van Selous, W. Jobe, D. Riggs, S. Tolby, L. Anderton, S McDaniel, B, Harris. ROW ONE: Left to Right, J. Todd, P. Long, M. Friberg, D. Marvin, G. Smithers, C. Mahoney, K. Houts, L. Cox, B. Mullin, J, Pringle, J. Crain, and N. Kiser. ROW TWO: T. Stephens, C. Algar, A, Haynes, D. Waugh, K. Brewer, B. Jones, S. Jacobson, B. Maxim, J. Garrett, D. Staggs, and J. Holmes ROW THREE: C. Spencer, C. Lovelace, J. Messinger, S. Fry, N. Hartford, C. Robohn, S. Wilson, 5. Metz, M. Davis, D. Stewart, J. Tague, and D. Smith Arla King headed the G.A.A. this year as presi- dent. She was assisted by Irene Lawson, vice- president, Elaine Grimes, secretary: Mary Margaret Wilson, treasurer, Carol Davidson, sergeont-at- arms, Sue Frazier, student council representative, and Connie Ford, point system manager. The club worked a booth at the carnival, and helped sponsor the spring dance. The girls participated in volley- ball, basketball, and swimming. This page is sponsored by COMMUNITY BOWL, 3508 Strong, Kansas City, Kansas N' x R Q,-. fr . 0 . NN Ovltw llxksoo' wage Glow ii'-el 'QS QO XNGAQS SNL get gc., 3' 5.5 0- -. ,' ' QYRX aQ' 'ONO rom' or Q W C To .Sem BSQQYXSOY. X 6 I ri ofxa log xt- Egg. QOQN -MSR.. Roal- 0 ' ' X 2.0 Xxawocotito ov' Koafr ',,.a5leN,, wg... V, .Q ek S0243 C090 AVN A914 Nitro f 9 X090 i Qggjjf? ROW ONE: Left to Right, M. Venis, B. Maxim, and S. Metz. ROW TWO: K. Amoyo, S. Wright, M. Norton, and P. Aye. ROW THREE: S. Steele, D. Hernandez, L. Carroll, and D. Dominguez. ROW FOUR: J. McLain, T. Stephens, N. Newberry, and J. McCall. ROW FIVE: M. Friberg, S. Fry, and R. Servios. ROW SIX: N. Hartford, M. Davis, C. Lovelace, and J. Watkins. ROW SEVEN: C. Robohn, Miss Sankee, sponsor, and J. Messinger. ROW ONE: Left to Right, J. Watkins, N. Hartford, C. Lovelace, and S. Metz. ROW TWO: K. Houts, B. Orcutt, T. Stephens, J. McLain, K. Amayo, M. Venis, and J, McCall. ROW THREE: Mr. Matthews, sponsor, C. Spencer, S. Fry, M. Lentz, M. Davis, C. Weldon, D. McWilliams. The Tironian Club is composed of 22 secretarial training stu- dents, all seniors, who have been hosting guest speakers and Tironian members of other schools, touring places of business, and selling wrapping paper. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Marshall and the of- ficers for the year were presi - dent, Judy Haflich, vice- president, Linda Cox, secre- tary, Doris Waugh, and treas- urer, Marion Friberg. N-s.. 'Q ,M ,if f-,. f H5 5 ,Z L as .. K - : - gigs. f li Y-Teens, sponsored by Miss Sankee, were lead by the following officers: president, Bonnie Jo Maxim, vice-president, Mary Ann Venis, secre- tary, Susan Metz, and treasurer, Sharon Nickerson. The girls sold candy at all home basketball games, participated in the "Hanging of the Greens" at the Y.W.C.A. , and dressed dolls for an orphanage at Christmas . The Traffic Safety Club has been responsible for directing traffic in the school parking lot, showing movies after school, and displaying safety posters throughout the school. The officers were Jerry Adkins, president, Susan Metz, vice-president, Karen Houts, corresponding secretary. The club was sponsored by Mr. Matthews, Miss Cavanaugh, Mr. Brubaker, and Mr. Kukuk. XX ll Club ROW ONE: Left to Right, G. Brower, B. Burgess, and T. Lowe, ROW TWO: R. Brown, R. House, C. Jefferies, T. Matthews, B. Haddock, and J. Roach. ROWTHREE: D. McWilliams, M. Morse, T. Regan, L. Napp, J. Mullin, G. Hanlcins, G. Gunther, D, Magnenat, J. McHenry, and Mr. B. Todd, sponsor. ROW FOUR: C. Hullum, J. Sum- mers, E. Herd, N. Lewis, J. Gipson, B. Jenkins, J, Purin- ton, J, Coudron, J. Hall, and J. Bankhead. These athletic students have spent the year selling pencils and helping sponsor the Home- coming dance besides lettering in a sport. The sponsors, Mr. Allison, Mr. Bale, and Mr. B. Todd, are assisted by officers Larry Burgess, president, Tom Lowe, vice-president, and Gary Browe r, sec retary-treasu rer . SEATED: Left to Right, E. Herd, and E. Metz. STANDING: G. Clyma, D. McWilliams, Mr., B, Todd, sponsor, H. Purinton, and K. Knowlton. Hi-Y This club is associated jointly with the Y- Teens and Y.M.C.A. and its main purpose is to perform services for and with clubs of other schools. lt is sponsored by.Mr. B. Todd and Mr. M. Harrison and is led by Howard Purinton, president, Kent Knowlton, vice- president, and Eddie Metz, secretary- 'l'I'eCISUl'eI' . SENIOR ' Li NBER E, uBig Bosses" These students, all seniors, assisted the physical education teachers, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Olander, Miss Horton, and Mrs. Southwell during the year by taking roll, checking showers, and heloina with demonstrations. T 'ft ' 1 , 1, ,T 'gf C is j K 1 ' ' ts. li X ii A so , gs' X I 5 A iz 3 ... ROW ONE: Left to Right, C. Mahaney, J. Todd, N. Gray, M. Wilson, and M. Ridgway. ROW TWO: R. Gutteridge, P. Long, D. Waugh, K. Bryson, J. Pringle, and E. Chance. ROW THREE: Mr. Olander, sponsor, T. Lowe, J. Ellis, G. Clyma, Mrs. Southwell and Miss Horton , sponsors. ROW ONE: Left to Right, E. Mullins, Mr. Simpson, sponsor, and E. Beard., ROW TWO: B. Smoyer, J. McHenry, J. Simpson, D. Odell, G. Weaver, and R. Wamer. uScribblers" The members ofthe Scribblers Club are kept busy by writing short stories, poems, and essays. They also have to judge the writing of other students. This club is sponsored by Mrs. Hunter and is led by Marilyn McGee, president, who is assisted by Barbara Mullin, vice-president, Jan Piekarski, secretary and Bill Madison, treasurer. MTU be Testers" The purpose of this club is to foster and promote amateur radio. The main proiect for the year was installing a radio teletype. Mr. Simpson, sponsor, was aided by Emory Mullins, president, Jerry Simpson, vice-president, Richard Warner, secre- tary, and Gary Weaver, treasurer. SEATED: Left to Right, J. Piekarski, M. McGee, B. Mullin, and B. Madison, STANDING: R. Emert, K. Houts, C. Tyrus, P. Hughes, W. Taylor, and Mrs. Hunter, sponsor. This page is sponsored by SIMMONS FUNERAL HOME, T404 South 37th Street, FA l-5775 Senior High Student Council The hard-working officers of the Senior High Student Council were, left to right, Bob Jenkins, president, Judy Pringle, secretary, Pat Long, treasurer, and Jerome McHenry, vice-president. The activities of the Senior High Student Council this year included the presenting ci traveling trophy to the homerooms, choosing a student of the month, working o booth in the carnival, presenting its members on TV Teen Town, sponsoring the annual Christmas "Snow Ball" and mixers, ancl being in charge of "Twirp Season." ROW ONE: Left to Right, B. Jenkins, J. Pringle, P. Long, J. Haflich, and Mr, Mall, sponsor. ROW TWO: B. Venture, N. Newberry, J. McCall, M. Venis, and K. Amayo. ROW THREE: J. Garrett, S. Frazier, K. Dickerson, B. Mullin, A. King, and N. Kiser. ROW FOUR: M, Davis, M. Lattin, S. Metz, l.. Cox, M. King, and B. Maxim. ROW FIVE: J. Gunther, C. Harding, B. Salser, S. Fry, B. Burgess, J. Wake, and J. Adkins. ROW SIX: G. Brower, B. Jenkins, C. Jefferies, B. Madison, J. Bankhead, and L. Hill. The officers of the Junior High Student Council are left to right, Virginia House, president, Ben Franklin, vice-president, Betty Jones, secretary, and Larry Sligar, treasurer. The leaders of the Junior High are sponsored by Mr. Dunn. The officers of the club are Virginia House, president, Betty Jones, secretary, Ben Franklin, vice-president, and Larry Sligar, treasurer. These students were in charge of the "offerings" for the orphanage at Thanksgiving and they also presented a traveling trophy to the junior high homerooms. Junior Hig h Student Council ROW ONE: Left to Right, K. Dyer, B. Franklin, B. Jones, V. House, and Mr. Dunn, sponsor. ROW TWO: J. Adkins, K. Metz, W. Channell, L. Libeer, and S. Quick. ROW THREE: B. Sparks, J. Kelley, J. Lane, D. Durham, G. Seyles, and F. Hill. ROW FOUR: V. Moritz, K. Obrien, D. Neild, C. Staggs, K. Wade, and J. Brewer. ROW FIVE: H. Barbour, C. Taylor, L. Blythe B Kumpf, L. Anderton, .l. Craig, M. Pearson, M. Gartin, and A. Drehe. N.. Mustang Club Attending all home games and cheering the athletes on, decorating the goal posts, sponsoring the Mustang club play and Homecoming dance are some of the activities which kept the members of the Mustang club busy this year. The club consists ot T43 members and is sponsored by Gary Prickett, who is assisted by Don Robertson, Verna Horton, and Elen Dingwall. The officers of the year consisted of Doris Waugh, president, Arla King, vice-president: Kathe Brewer, secretary-treasurer. EiNfT.IPN ...- ROW ONE: Left to Right, M. Cox, J. Pringle, B. Mullin, D. Waugh, S. Wilson, P. Hanahan, J. Holmes, N. Saragusa, W. Powell. ROW TWO: B. Bean, E. Metz, B. Tierney, G. Hankins, J. Bankhead, B. Brookshire, J. Mullin. ROW THREE: D. Mognenat, D. Abbae, L. PVFDCS, C. Jefferies, B. Jenkins, G. Clymc, J. Purinton, M. Lentz. ROW FOUR: J. Horton, T. Matthews, B. Haddock, B. Jenkins, G. Brower. H. Smith, R. Marshall. ROW ONE: Left to Right, J. Standish, J. McKee, P. Long, J. Thomas, K. Houts, C. Ford, I. Lawson. ROW TWO: B. Maxim, R. Hood, A Neild, J. Bond, S. Frazier, J. Tague, J. Arnold. ROW THREE: S. Lindsey, J. Morrow, C. Spencer, M. Lattin, J. Watkins, L. Mayo, L Vidauri. ROW FOUR: S. Fry, M. Davis, M. Easley, J. Purinton, J. McDaniel, J. Messinger, S. Metz. 3 5 ll ROW ONE: Left to Right, J. McLain, F. Holland, J. Shubaugh, J. Hayes, J- Miller, D- MYSVSI -l- MCCUH- ROW TWO: D. Vance S. Burge, D, Marvin, J. Haflich, N. Shifter, B. Brubalcer, S. McKee. ROW THREE: C. RiC6, l-. KHQOF6, P- Mlllef, -l- Hollunld F, Mantooth, E. Johnson, D. Rigg. ROW FOUR: T. Wacker, J. Todd, M. Friberg, C. McGinnis, J. Crain, L. Cox, A, King. iii lie LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Prickett, sponsor, S. Wright, K. Amayo, M. l-ir1fOI'1, M- Wll50"1f M- Norton- N- GVCYI M' l'l'les' ROW TWO: P, Minnix, M. Modrigal, D. Seckinger, S. Steele, D. Hernandez, S. Fuss, M. Venis, L. Carroll. ROW THREE: L- 'Ogle- M. Kennedy, E. Grimes, M. McGee, N, Newberry, L. Crain, D. Dominguez. ROW FOUR: K. Tipton, P. Aye, R. -l9Vl"551-l- Eger, K. Brewer, C. Mahany, W. Taylor. LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Gunn, T. Stephens, D. Smith, C, Lovelace, B. Ventura, G. Houts, D. Brown. ROW TWOf D- Anderson, K- Bryson, J. Thompson, E, Venis, B, Baker, J. Schleicher, N, Hartford. ROW THREEI R. Bffldley, -l- Adlflnsf R- MOVQCVH E- Herd' T. Lowe, J. Coudron, B. Salser. ROW FOUR: B. Burgess, 5. NFCRSFSOVD D- McWilliams, C- Weldon, G- Marble' C' Robolm' J' Sterner. ROW ONE: Left to Right, M. Long, L. Libeer, J. Skubal, C. Buchanan, C.. Brixey, S. Hilton, L. Decker, R. Vergof, S. Baker. ROW TWO: R. King, J. Skubal, D. Crain, G. Sawyer, l. Reyes, S. Johnson, D. Johnson, J. Horn, S. Hammer. ROW THREE: E. Venus, J. Rice, C. Page, J. Powell, C. Lovell, J. Adkins, L. Berry, S. Ozias, A. Haight. ROW FOUR: J. Greenwood, D. Clevenger, J. McKee, M. Smifh, C. Clemings, L. Huskey, P. Myers, l. Reber, D. Lillich. el' 'Q f 2 , .2 ., -2 .1 . T E ROW ONE: Lefi To Right, S. Scorf, S. Hulrz, M. Perkins, J. Sparks, S. Frith, J. Walker, L. Conard, H. Hutchings. ROW TWO: D. Neild, J. Bond, L. Woolery, L. Scharnhorsl, B. McMillan, T. Van Landingham, S. Evaff, N. Raiffeisen. ROW THREE: B. Casieel, K. Wing, L. Franklin, J. Sreffens, P. McCall, G. King, J. Evolt. ROW FOUR: D. Hale, V. Houfs, R. Todd, L. Anderson, J. Srnirh, J. Leaf, B. Jones. we Q as 'si - 1 sl 5 :E 2: ROW ONE: Leff fo Righf, Miss Wilhife, sponsor, J. Kelley, N. Coberly, K. Hale, M. Hurley, B. Sparks, D. Taylor, S, Brighf, B, Fabian. ROW TWO: V. Moritz, M. Reed, N. Arnold, C. Page, J. Harrison, C. S'rewar'r, K. Henderson. ROW THREE: R. Johnson, C. Barker, M. Dupuy, D. Cooper, S. Woods, C. Stephenson, J. Holland. ROW FOUR: S. Holley, N. Hoffpaue-, A. Rader, C. Sfaggs, J. Murphy, D. Clune, L. Henshaw, Colt Club The "Jail" at the annual A.H.S. Carnival was one ofthe activities which kept the Colt club members active this year. ln addition, they attended all home freshman games and cheered their football and basketball teams to a very fine standing at the end of the season. Sponsoring this club is Bess Wilhite, who is assisted by Mary King, and Ilene Sanders. The officers for the year were Donna Stewart, president, Jim Cox, vice-president, Rena Van Selous, secretary, and Ronnie Bellman, treasurer. g rx ROW ONE: Left to Right, C. Jones, J. Turney, S. Foreman, J. McCall J Brewer, P. Easle R, Wood, A, Utter. ROW TWO: - r CS. Smlthers, K. Dyer, M. Horner, K. Marler, R, Collins, C. Nickum,ID. Stewart. ROW THREE: M, Spencer, B. Johnson, M. Herd, O. Swift, D. Leiker, B. Harding, K. Larson. ROW FOUR: B. French, J. Larson, D, Kehr, R. Riley, J. Doyle, B. Franklin, E. Sharp. ROW ONE: Left to Right, R. Van Selous, P. Marvin, N. Howser, B. Purinton, K. Wade, W. MCL-UmlSh, 5. TOlbY- ROW TWOi T- Marvin, G. Cooper, M, McGhan, C. Younger, C. Wingert, S. Boeck, R. Haag. ROW THREE: L. Burgess, A. Stewart, L. Blythe, C. Alger, C. Cantrell, R. Nickum, J. Sterner. ROW FOUR: C. Moore, J. Cox, S. Matthews, 5. Jacobson, K. Lewallen, R. Ford, R. Bellman. f 'C YZ, AL ,fifqff gf.. 6 .w 1 JM' From Mustangs gf Kim XXX C Argentine High School as a whole has received many honors. Many honors too have been bestowed upon students through the efforts of the school. There is always a case howeverg when students give honor to their school through an accomplishment made on their own. Carolyn Mahoney, senior at A. H. S., is one of these exceptions. Carolyn is the Wyandotte Cen- X tennial Princess for i95f2. Out ofa group of five girls Carolyn was chosen to be Miss Wyandotte. The winning of this honor came to Carolyn through the efforts of the merchants of Argentine. X Y TRkr ,OW N OOC Sip . if f 1 LUN WM? 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