Argentine High School - Mustang Yearbook (Kansas City, KS)
- Class of 1970
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Text from Pages 1 - 140 of the 1970 volume:
Our alma mater Argentine,
Our blessed blue and gold.
Gives knowledge, courage, hope,
To her sons and daughters bold.
The wisdom won, the friendships
The countless joys and thrills
Will linger on throughout the
In these beloved hills.
Oh Argentine, Oh Argentine,
Thy praise we loudly sing.
Oh Argentine, Oh Argentine
Let thy name proudly ring.
Oh let it ring.
Activities .............page 3
Junior High ............page 99
2ABOPS Variety Show
The annual ABOPS talent and variety show was
just as successful as ever. Mr. J.C. Harmon, former
Argentine principal served as the master of cere-
monies. Performers included returning graduate Jay
Rose, Choraliers, Bob-O-Lyns, and additional mem-
bers of both student body and faculty.Carnival Is Great Success
5Miss Dee Lillich—1969 Homecoming Queen
6Miss Annie Fischer
Miss Shelly Stockdale
Miss Kathleen Tirabasso
Miss Kristin Hutchings
„A|e}| ojiueiuoUti pue gmwooaiuoH6
MOL|S WA0"A Company of Wayward Saints"
Presented by the Mustang Club
Memorizing, blocking, singing, and sewing are a few of the
spicy ingredients that went into the making of the Mustang
Club Play presented Tuesday, October 21.
A new wardrobe was made for the costume play, adding
to the flavor of the ingredients for the audience's taste.
The members of ths cast are as follows:
Rufiana ...........................Bonnie Eastman
Dottore ....................................Wesley Davenport
Scapino .............................Frank Mullins
The Manager..................................David Bunce
Mr. Seaton, Drama teacher, directed the play.The presentation of three one-act comedies by Noel Coward
were performed in the Argentine auditorium on January 13 as
the Junior class play. The first comedy "Fumed Oak" was about
the trials and tribulations of a hen-pecked husband.
Henry—Darrell Johnson; Dori-Lee Morris; Elsic-Pam Jones; Mrs. Rockett-Roberta
"High life people involved in low life activities" is the
description Noel Coward gives to the second one-act play "Ways
Stella-Cecelia Raab; Toby—David Buncc; Olivc-Elaync Blanks; Elona-Dec Lillich.
Murdoch-Dan Wing; Chaps—Frank Mullins; Nanny-Renita Gourley; Steve—Jeff Eger.
The third one-act comedy, "Red Peppers," is about George
and Lily Pepper who form a vaudeville troupe; but George and
Lily Pepper simply cannot get along with other people.
George Pepper—Mr. Phil Seaton; Lily Pepper-Marilyn Odell; Bert-Wes Davenport;
Mr. Edwards-Lcslic Davenport; Mablc Grace-Mayetta Rees; Alf—lohn Montgomery.
David Bunco, directed "Red Pepper".
Student Directs: Teacher Acts
The play the "Adding Machine" by Elmer Rice
is about a man by the name of Mr. Zero who has
troubles in his life and afterlife. Mr. Zero is a
henpecked husband who is constantly nagged
about his dull-paying job by his boisterous wife.
The case was as follows: Mr. Zero, David Bunce; Mrs. Zero,
Roberta Haney; Daisy D. Devore, Marilyn Odell; the Boss, Leslie
Davenport; Party Guests, jury and tourists, Jeannie Cary, Wesley
Davenport, Marilyn Dusek, Jeff Eger, Darrell Johnson, Alfred
Murguia, Kim Prock, Gloria Stanton, Teresa Valverde, and Shirley
Young. Policeman, Bob Dishman; Guide, Marsha DeLeon; The
Fixer, Mayetta Rees; Executioner, Wesley Davenport; Judy
O'Grady, Delana Henderson, Shrdlu, Alfred Murguia; A Head,
Jeannie Carey; Lieutenant Charles, Darrell Johnson; Joe, Kim Prock.Miss Colleen Heinson
1969 Sno Ball QueenThis year's Snowball was, as usual,
a good one for the student body of
Argentine High School. The decora-
tions set the atmosphere for a funfill-
ed "Journey to the North Pole."
As the night lingered on, the ex-
citement tightened, as the moment
when Santa crowns the queen grew to
a climax. With Santa's entry, the
couples gathered to see Colleen Hein-
son crowned Snowball Queen for the
1969-70 snowball dance. Then the
traditional dance with her escort Gary
Hauser put the dance back in the
swing and the gleaming night subsided
to an end.
Journey to the North Pole
13Greased Pig, Car Stuff New
Twirp Week Events
Twirp Week, an annual event at AHS, was held
the week of April 20-24. It was fun but especially
for the boys. Girls carried boys books, opened
doors, and provided all the courtesies which
supposedly belong to the boys. The activities held
after school were the greased pig contest, the car
stuff, the tug of war, the wheelbarrow race, and
the egg toss. Twirp week was closed with the
Twirp dance Saturday with music being provided
by Nickel Plate Road.
The annual Jr.-Sr. Prom was held on the
evening of May 9, in the cafeteria with ''Holiday
in Acapulco" as the theme. Couples danced to the
music of "Chuck Inzerillo Orchestra". A
photographer was present to snap couples pic-
tures upon their asking. The decorations and
music provided a memorable evening for all.
1516Paula Erwin, Sr. Terry Reyenolds, Soph.
After Mr. Clohecy, head track coach, introduced the members of the track team, Bruce
Armstrong, President of the A-Club was presented the envelope with the names of the Track
Queen. Unfortunately, it was the wrong envelope. When the issue was finally straightened
out he announced that Miss Kathy Tirabasso was the 1969-1970 Track Queen.
Tho candidates await for the exciting moment.
Kathy presents Dale with a trophy.Argentine
Class of 1970's
On Friday, May 21, the final awards
assembly was held. Many senior high students
were recognized for their achievement in
scholastic ability, athletics, leadership and
other areas. The shovel was passed, from
Shelly to Bob, and the senior will was read.
Shelly Stockdale, Senior class president, passes the shovel to Bob
Marshall, Junior class president.
Annie Fischer, and Alfred Murguia received a speech award at the
state tournament, and the American Legion Award.Track captains presenting state trophy to Mr. Channdl at the Bruce Armstrong, first of class of 1970 to receive his diploma,
On Sunday, May 23, baccalaureate services
were held in the auditorium. The class was led
in a responsive reading by Pam Crowley, and
Rev. Luther Vogel gave a sermon.
On Tuesday morning. May 26, seniors
gathered in the cafeteria for the breakfast.
The breakfast was followed by the reading of
the prophecy on the auditorium steps, and
graduation practice in the gym.
Senior Will committee reading the will.
Seniors gathering in the cafeteria before baccalaureate.Final Gathering of
Class of 1970
On May 26, at 8:00 in the gym, a large
crowd of family and friends watched as 165
seniors received their diplomas. The choir
sang several selections, and the theme from
"Exodus” was played by the orchestra. Bob
Ward, and Dee Olivarez spoke on "Responsi-
bilities of a Decade-Sounds of the 70's."
Diplomas were given out, and the great class
of 1970 stood together for the last time to
sing the alma mater.
Dee Olivarez speaking at graduation.
Senior Class of 1970, together for the last timo, aftor receiving diplomas, singing
the alma mater.
20u o i uu m wMr. Ron Jost Mr. W.R. Channell
A.H.S. Administrators Help Students
Mr. W.R. Channell directed
A.H.S. students forward in
their quest for knowledge.
Assisting him was Mr. Ron
Jost. Through discipline and
encouragement, they pro-
duced a smooth-running estab-
lishment. Their interest and
determination in providing the
students with well-rounded
programs was displayed in the
way they conducted the
22Students Look to Counselors for Advice
To help us make the most of
ourselves, these three counselors have
been giving us personalized guidance
for years. During this time they have
tried to encourage us to develop real-
istic self-concepts, clear self-under-
standing, self-reliance, and self-direc-
Miss Phyllis Kraft
Mr. Robert Allison
Mr. Ralph BrightwellMrs. Betty Steffens
Mrs. Gloria Cowden
Office Clerks; Nurse Aid Students
Miss Evelyn Koester
Mrs. Elizabeth Crosthwait
Faculty SecretaryThey Maintain Our School And Bodies.
Cafeteria staff, top to bottom, left to right: Shirley Johnson, Dixy Fare, Nadine Dishman, Betty
Green, Frances Thompson, Agnes Bean, Anna Hayward, Clota Marx, Mary Jones.
This Year's Custodial workers are, from left to right: Ronald Allen, Gene Quillen, Louis Mendez,
Lewis Roudebush, Bob Johnson, Evelyn Penn, Ray Cazzell.
25Mr. Lee Roy Casebeer
B.A. Southeastern State
Miss Judy Cordill
B.A. Kansas University
"Oh good grief!"—Miss Perkins English I and II.
Communications the Goal
Mr. Duane Costlow
M.Ed. Oklahoma University
Mr. Glen DeWerff
M.A. Kansas University
Mrs. Helen L. Frick
B.A. Kansas University
Mrs. Nancy L. Hall
B.S. Southwest Missouri State
Mr. Bob Hansen
B.S.E. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Mr. Robert Hanson
M.A. Kansas University
"There you have it friends".—Mr. Glen DeWerff English III and IV.
26Miss Judy Harrison
B.S.E. K.S.T.C.. Emporia
Mrs. Becky Hays
B.S. Kansas University
Mrs. Elaine Webb, Librarian
Miss Delores Shiner, Assistant Librarian
Of Language Arts Teachers
Mrs. LaVerne Hoy
B.S. Kansas University
Mr. Manuel R. Morris
M.A. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Miss Lola Perkins
M.S. Kansas University
Mr. Phil Seaton
B.S.E. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Mrs. Sue Young
Mr. Bob Riley
B.A. Kansas University
Passing out props—Mr. Phil Seaton, Drama and Stagecraft.Mr. Charles M. Bond
B.S. Panhandle State College
Mr. Tom Carignan
Mr. David Gailey
B.S.Ed. K.S.C., Pittsburg
Mr. Jerry McCloud Mr. A.L. Schmitz
B.S.Ed. K.S.T.C., Emporia M.S. K.S.C.. Pittsburg
Mr. George Walling
Mr. Jack Kitchen
B.S.Ed. K.S.C., Pittsburg
Mr. Curtis Wilson
M.S. K.S.C.. Pittsburg
28Mr. Claude Anderson
8.A. Texas, Tyler
Mr. Homer Bcarrick
M.S. Kansas State College
Mr. K.E. Clohecy
M.S. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Mr. Ronald Fiel
M.S. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Math; Science Promote Logic
Mr. Loren Green
M.A. Kansas University
Mr. Bob Hampton
M.S. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Mr. Jan Jorgensen
B.S. Kansas State
Drawing a graph for his Algebra II class—Mr. Bob Hampton,
Physics, Pre-Calculus, and Algebra II.
Mr. Cody Kukuk
M.S. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Mr. Dennis Marquis
B.S. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Mr. Alan H. Morris
B.S. K.S.C., Pittsburg
Mr. Victor Unruh
M.A. Kansas State
29Mr. Larry Bale
M.S. Kansas University
Miss Gail Louise Brown
Mr. John Darr
B.S. Washburn University
Social Sciences Study Man and His World
Mr. Bruce Eighmey
M.S.E. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Mr. David Langdon
B.S.Ed. Kansas University
Mr. Harold Spillman
B.S.Ed. K.S.C., Pittsburg
30Mrs. Stella Fenn
B.S. Kansas State
Mrs. Flo Haynes
B.S. Kansas State
Miss LaDonna Peck
B.S. Oklahoma College
Mrs. Marlene Tignor
B.A. St. Mary of the Plains College
Brewing something up—Miss LaDonna Peck, Family Living
"Good secretaries don't do that."-Miss Barbara Rea, Secre-
tarial and Clerical Training.
Miss Connie Flatten
B.S. University of Oklahoma
Miss Tari Marietta
B.S. Kansas State, Fort Hays
Miss Barbara Rea
B.A.E. Wayne State College
Mr. Frank G. Uphoff
B.S.E. K.S.T.C., Emporia
31Miss Mary Both Ekeren
B.A. North Dakota State
Mrs. M.L. Glenn
M.S. Columbia University
Miss Michael S. Opfer
B.S. Kansas State
Fine Arts; Physical Education
Challenge Body and Soul
Mr. Terry D. Rapp
B.S.Ed. Kansas University
Mrs. Glenn developing creative minds. Miss Ekeren
giving pointers to the girls.
Mr. Jim Sherbon
M.S. K.S.T.C.. Emporia
The leader of the band—Mr. Jim Sherbon.
Mr. Darrell Sjoblom
M.S.Ed. K.S.T.C., Emporia
Miss Janice L. Wiberg
B.M.Ed. U.M.K.C.fCarolyn Adams
The Senior Class of 1970
Senior Class Officers, Shelly Stockdale, President; Russ Feree, Vice-President; Dianne Barker, Secretary; Colleen Hcinson, Treasurer.
Senior homeroom 306, winners of the Scholarship
Trophy for the entire 69-70 school year.
Miss Kraft's Psychology Class—Yawn!!Steve Frankoin
37Senior letter girls at the Blue and Gold game.
38The Blue and Gold game, in which the Seniors defeated the Juniors.
Christie Davidson and Gary Hauser, the girl and boy chosen Most Likely to
Mr. Saladin's sixth hour history class listens attentively.
Patrick Turner Bonda Walkcnshaw Mike Walker Bob Ward Ken Ward
Karen SteeleBrenda Wells
Sharon Jo Young
Shirley YoungClass Officers: Left to Right: Bobby Marshall, Pres., Teresa Valverde, Sec.,
Mike Morris, Treasurer. Not Pictured: Ed Bowman, Vice-Pres.
Strive to Achieve
Better School Functions
To Be Good Leaders
And Make Great Seniors
47Sophomore officers for 1970 were Linda Hopper, Debbie
Hcfwig, Terri Reynolds, and Larry Ward.
Learn About Initiative
Glory, Mary Ann
By Participating in
Aluminum Can Drive
Joining the Mustang Club
Decorating the Sno-Ball
And Campaigning for Student Council
Zaragoza, AlbertPrincipal's Honor Roll
The Principal's Scholarship Letter Award
was inaugurated ten years ago in order to give
recognition to those students who have
maintained a high academic record during the
year. Selection and qualification for the
award is based on the third nine weeks'
grades. Students must have earned a 1.5
average or better while enrolled in at least
four units of credit requiring considerable
academic preparation. Such courses would
involve much study outside the classroom.
Grade 12 Grade 11 Grade 10
Armstrong, Bruce; Blanks, Elayne;
Brewer, Mike; Bunce, David; Crow-
ley, Pam; Davidson, Christie; Friar,
Terry; James, David; Lattin, Deb-
bie; Murguia, Alfred; Overton, Deb-
bie; Pittman, Shirley; Ward, Bob;
Belt, Linda; Bender, Paul; Channcll,
Ruth; Chapin, Paula; Dobson,
Linda; Eger, Jeff; Felix Lutricia;
Haislip, Gail; Halpain, Valerie;
Haney, Roberta; Lawson, Becky;
Lee, Dorothy; Smith, Sue; Stephen-
son, Barb; Valverde, Tom; Walling,
Boykin, Christopher; Earnhart,
Richard; Haney, Sherry; Harper,
Brenda; Holwick, Carla; James,
Danny; Kahler, Delores; Kemper,
Mary; Mabary, Larry; Madrigal,
Beatrice; Simons, Janice; Wing,
Becky; Wing, Beth.
Grade 9 Grade 8 Grade 7
Armstrong, Ann; Barker, Judy;
Bender, Ann, Bush, Alison; Bush,
Arlene; Coffman, Cathy; Cole,
Charlcno; Fields, LaVerne; Hauser,
Sheryl; Hemphill, Stephanie; Hus-
ton, Randy; LeVar, Sam; Martin,
Diane; Nachbar, Jennifer; Rowe,
Billie; Simma, John; Ward, Larry.
Armstrong, Debra; Channcll, Bill;
Green, Jacqueline; Halpain, Caro-
lyn; Kclsay, Pam; Kenney, Sandra;
Kokrda, Kevin; Laird, Lonna; Loya,
Elizabeth; Madrigal, Estella; Mar-
mon, Evelyn; McCamish, Terry;
Nesser, Diane; Rowland, Renee;
Taylor, Mary; Taylor, Shellee;
Todd, Linda; White, Rhonda; Wink-
Barragcr, Dana; Brough, Marilyn;
Catron, Brenda; James, Pat; Ken-
ney, Cynthia; Lovich, Mike; Mad-
rigal, Rosemary; Murguia, Carlos;
Ncccc, Becky; Nigh, Jacolyn; Tala-
On April 16, 1970, National Honor Society
initiation was held; 28 seniors were initiated.
Invocation was given by Shelly Stockdale. The
N.H.S. symbols: Character, Scholarship, Leader-
ship, and Service were spoken on by Ernie Olson,
Debbie Overton, Russ Ferree, and Marilyn Odell.
Entertainment was provided by an instrumental
group composed of Bruce Armstrong, Debbie
Lattin, Dee Lillich, and Julie Edemann, and a
skit, "The Apple Tree", was performed by Annie
Fischer and Alfred Murgia. The book was signed
by the new members, and Rev. James Uhlig, gave
The new members are: Bruce Armstrong,
Diane Barker, Elaine Blanks, Mike Brewer, David
Bunce, Mary Carey, Pam Crowley, Christie David-
son, Julie Edemann, Paula Erwin, Russ Ferree,
Annie Fischer, Terry Friar, Gary Hauser, Debbie
Lattin, Dee Lillich, Alfred Murgia, Marilyn Odell,
Ernest Olson, Debbie Overton, Mike Phelps,
Shirley Pittman, Steve Pringle, Mayetta Rees,
Karen Steele, Shelly Stockdale, Bobby Ward,
N.H.S. Officers: Bob Ward, president; Bruce Armstrong, vice-president;
Mayetta Reese, secretary; Annie Fischer, treasurer.
55Quill and Scroll and the Mustang
These students backed our school and helped make it the great year it was.
They backed our school to the hilt.
56Boy's and Girl's State were a selected group whom it was felt were qualified to help lead the
student body as a whole.
The Members of Boy’s Girl’s State;
The Citizens of the Year, were voted for by the student body as the best liked Seniors at
A.H.S.; they are Alfred Murguia and Colccn Heinson.
And the Citizens of the Year.
5758Awards and Honors
Maxima Cum Laude
Magna Cum Laude
Betty Crocker Award
Ruth ChannellPep Club-Enthusiastic
The 1969-1970 Mustang Pep Club was an
unusually enthusiastic group. It sponsored pep
assemblies, homecoming events, buses to games,
and the Mustang Club play.
Officers serving the club were Carolyn Adams,
president; Paula Chapin, vice-president; and Janet
Albin, secretary-treasurer. Mr. Homer Bearrick
served as the club sponsor.
62Pep Club Spirit
631969-70 Varsity Cheerleaders
64Devote Spirit To AHS1969-70 J-V Cheerleaders were: Chris Hutchings. Judy Barry, Bov Walling, Debbie McMullin, Terri
Reynolds, and Janice Simons.
J-V Squad Shows Spirit
vmHonor Pep members were; First row: Sharon Young, Christie
Davidson, Gcrianne Carroll, Karen Kelly, Diane Boyd, Paula Erwin,
Pam Crowley. Second row: Debbie Fiedler, Janet Babcock, Mary
Carey, Karen Steele, Dalene Gaut, Iris Winters, Mary Braden. Third
row: Paula Chapin, Caroline Adams, and Janet Albin.
Honor Pep Members
Exemplify LeadershipFront row: Rick Jones, Danny Bardezbain, Steve Pringle, Larry
McMahon, John Osbern Jim Hendricks, Joe Mendoza. Second
row: Mike Morris, Ron Hopper, Bob Marshall, Mark Stephan,
Andy Lillich, Pat Turner, John Loyd, Jim Antos. Back row: Ed
Bowman, Dale Syers. Mike Hale, Ernie Olson, Mike Walker, Jim
Hickey, Ken Glasscock. Not pictured: Bruce Armstrong, Danny
Childs, Les Davenport, Russ Feree, Bill Griffith, Andy Huggins,
Chick Johnson, Ty Johnson, Bob Matz, Tom McGivern, Alfred
Murguia, Walter Neal, Mike Phelps, Phil Elder, Gary Seaborn,
A-Club Has A Good Year
The A-Club, sponsored by Mr. K.E. Clohecy,
was very active this year. Taking a trip to the
Y.M.C.A. in the first of the year was planned and
responded to with great enthusiasm. Another
project of the club was to put a new layer of
black dirt, grass seed, and fertilizer on the
football field for the upcoming seasons.
Probably the most important project of the
club was that of supporting the current sports by
attending the games. The club members would go
to games and matches, set in a group, and cheer
the Mustangs on to victory. This year's leaders of
the club were president, Bruce Armstrong, vice-
president, Mark Stephan, and secretary-treasurer
68Sr. High Student Council
The Student Council, made up of repre-
sentatives and alternates from each home-
room, is one organization in which the
students can voice their opinions on how
the school is being run. The club is spon-
sored by Miss Lola Perkins and meets every
other Wednesday on school time.
The club sponsors such activities as
Twirp Week, mixers, adoption of a foster
child, the pop shop. Mustang sweaters, and
many others. This year's officers, pictured
below, are: Mike Phelps, president; Annie
Fischer, vice-president; Dee Lillich, secre-
tary; and Christie Davidson, treasurer.Foreign Languages
The Foreign Language Club is a newly
formed organization. It represents the merger
of the Spanish and French Clubs known in
previous years. The club has been quite active
during the past year with trips to the art
museum, parties, and guest speakers.
The 1969-1970 officers were Marilyn
Odell, president; Jeff Eger, vice-president;
Teresa Valverde, secretary-treasurer; Pam
Hayes, publicity; Tom Valverde, Sr. High
Student Council; and Sherry Hauser, Jr. High
John Charles Espinosa, Foreign Exchange Student, speaks to the
foreign language club about Argentina.
John Charles Espinosa was welcomed at Argentine as a
member of the Argentina exchange group. He was the
school's guest for a 27 day period, and visited several
different classrooms during his stay. John was the guest
of Danny Wing for his entire stay here in Kansas City.
John was also able to tour Kansas University, Washing-
ton, D.C., and Miami, Florida as a part of the exchange
Regretting having to leave Argentine, John Charles
said, "I will miss too many things, mostly the kids."
71Safety Club members show concern for today's traffic problems.
Health Careers-Safety Club
The Health Career is one of the many organi-
zations at Argentine organized merely for the
benefit of the students. Sponsored by Miss Evelyn
Koester, the girls have an opportunity to explore
the various health fields and to grow as individuals
by working together. Activities include trips to
Osawatomie State Hospital, lectures by dental
hygienists, and a nutritionist, and several health
programs. Officers were: Barbara Haynes, presi-
dent; Mayetta Rees, vice-president; Shirley Pitt-
man, secretary-treasurer; Cecelia Whiters and Pam
Taylor, student council representatives.
The Safety Club is another very worthwhile
program. Sponsored by Mr. Bruce Eighmey, its
purpose is to promote safety throughout the
school and the community. Activities include
hanging posters in the halls, an assembly by the
highway patrol, and driving awards. Officers were:
Russ Ferree, president; Kenny Ward, vice-presi-
dent; Diane Barker, secretary; and Paula Erwin,
Health Career members seek knowledge and experience.Thespian Troupe No. 2098 is the
Argentine chapter of the National
Thespian Society. Members of the
troupe must have acquired 10 Thes-
pian points by acting or doing various
backstage jobs on the three school
plays. The purpose of the organization
is to provide opportunities for those
who have special interests in produc-
ing and appreciating good drama.
Meetings were every other Tuesday.
The officers of the troupe were:
President-David Bunce; Vice-Presi-
dent-Pam Crowley; Secretary-Treas-
urer-Frank Mullins; Student Council
Thespian members are—Front Row: Pam Crowley, Teresa Valverde, Marilyn
Odell, Celia Raab, Ruth Channell, Jeff Eger, Wesley Davenport. Second Row: Mr.
Phil Seaton, Bob Dishman, Alfred Murguia, Jeannie Carey, John Clark, Bill
Hoover, David Bunce, Roberta Hafiey, Rick Brewer, Brenda Wells, Frank Mullins.
Forensic and Thespian Groups
Alfred and Annie practicing duct.
The Forensic season began during the second semester 1970,
under the coaching of Mrs. Nancy Hall. Forensic activities involve
speaking on an individual basis, such as reading poetry of prose,
giving informative and oratorical readings and duet acting.
Participants were Dee Olivarez, Annie Fischer, Alfred Murguia,
Marilyn Odell, Frank Mullins, Robert Clifton, Benda Wakenshaw,
Ruth Channell, Roberta Haney and Gwen Plemmons, and Darrell
Johnson. Alfred and Annie were the only participants to go to
the state tournament. They received a "2”.
This year's Forensic team has done a great job, since they
brought back "1's" and "2's" from all the tournaments they have
Members of the Forensic Team are—Front Row: Roberta Haney, Dee Olivarez,
Ruth Channell, Marilyn Odell, Joselyn Spearman, Mrs. Nancy Hall, and Brenda
Wakenshaw. Second Row: Darrell Johnson, Robert Clifton, Frank Mullins and
Alfred Murguia. Annie Fischer and Gwen Plemmons are not pictured.Before
They were eager and enthusiastic.
They had new ideas that made our paper better.
"70” Journalism Staff Made Big Gains
Now they've done their thing,
but they're a little sorry it's over.
"70” Annual Staff, A Year for the Books
Sponsor, Rod CarrSenior High Y-Teens
The Senior High Y-teens is a
club organized especially for girls.
Its main purpose is to draw girls
together who come from different
backgrounds, and to help them to
engage in projects of service. Their
many activities include making
gifts for the Broadview Home and
the singing of Christmas carols for
the sick and the aged in hospitals
and nursing homes. Officers this
year were: Pam Crowley, presi-
dent; Regina Meeks, vice-presi-
dent; Deborah Coe, secretary-
treasurer; and Mari Smith, Student
Council Representative. Mrs. Sue
Young sponsored the group.
Officers: Mari Smith, Pam Crowley. Deborah Coe, and Regina Meeks.
76Future Teachers Learn Responsibility
The Future Teachers of America is a very
worthwhile program. The students involved are
those students who are interested in securing a
career in the teaching field. Officers for the
1969-1970 school year were Frank Mullins, presi-
•dent; Robin McGhan, vice-president; Beth Wing,
secretary-treasurer; and Ruth Channel I, Student
Tironians; Seek Experience
The Tironians is a group
involving those girls interested
in securing a job in secretarial
work. It consists of girls pres-
ently enrolled in the Secre-
tarial Training Course, a two
hour course offered only to
seniors. Karen Steele served as
Chairman of the Club. It was
sponsored by Mrs. Flo Haynes.Orchestra exemplifies skill in music at one of many performances.
Mr. James Sherbon, conductor.
Argentine Orchestra Members
78Orchestra officers serve as an example for fellow orchestra members in and out of
Directed and sponsored by Mr. James
Sherbon, the Senior Orchestra performed
at many functions. It performed at the
A.B.O.P.S. Variety Show, the school
Christmas program, the annual "Music
Time", and at commencement exercises.
The orchestra also served as a host to the
Invitational Orchestra Festival.
Officers were: Bruce Armstrong, presi-
dent; Marilyn O'Dell, vice-president;
Jayne Alcorn, secretary; Leslie Davenport,
twelfth-grade representative; Ruth Chan-
nell, eleventh-grade representative; Larry
Ward, tenth-grade representative; LaVern
Fields, ninth-grade representative; Jackie
Green, eighth-grade representative; Bruce
Armstrong, student conductor; and Dar-
rell Johnson, assistant student conductor.
Argentine orchestra members represent AHS in many competitive functions.
79Girls' Ensemble: First row: Mary Ramirez, Penny Nigh, Anna Second row: Terry Hunt, Brenda Bowlin, Carolyn Hilt, Becky
Alston, Ann Bender, Janet Hoover, Ruby Brown, Stella Warren. Murray, Debbie Lynn, Rosalin Willis, and Bronya Vine.
Glee Club: First row: Diane Street, Carolyn Hilt, Mac Spearman,
Shirley Young, Kathy Stanley, Edus Loggins, Anna Alston, Susan
Reliford, Ruby Brown, Stella Warren, Miss Janice Wiberg, conduc-
tor. Second row: Gloria Stanton, Barbara Haynes, Mary Ramirez,
Twila Manspergcr, Carol Lucas, Maxine Johnson, Cecelia Whiters,
Leslie Seifert, Janet Hoover, Ann Bender. Third row: Terry Hunt,
Rita Lee, Alana Bardexbain, Becky Murray, Sandy McCarty, Denny
Nigh, Debbie Lynn, Rosalin Willis, and Bronya Vine.
80Senior Choir Members: First Row: Debbie Fiedler, Debra House,
Marilyn Dusek, Beverly Walling, Ty Johnson, Dana Ogle, Sue Smith,
Wanda James, Debbie Keith, Nadine Baker. Second row: Paula
Mullins, Debbie Lauky, Kathy Tirabasso, Becky Bowlin, Valerie
Hickox, Richard Pierce, Robert Diale, Bill Adkins, Diane Holland,
Rosa Newton, Miss Janice Wiberg, conductor. Third row: Loraina
Macke, Vera Cones, Jenean Gardetto, David Childs, Kim Prock,
Chris Lillich, Diane Martin, Janice Simons, Cheryl Englund. Fourth
row: Virginia Chacon, Lee Morris, Charlotte Holliday, Susan
McGivern, Mary Carey, Lawrence Johnson, Rodney Ulmer, Artie
Vernon, Pam Prock, Sherry Coffey, and Sharon Laws.
Vocal Music Entertains
The 1970 Senior Choir was under the
direction of a new teacher to AHS this year.
Miss Janice Wiberg. The choir performed at
several school functions % this year. These
included "Fall Festival of Song," the annual
Christmas program, "Music Time," Bacca-
laureate, and graduation. The choir also par-
ticipated in the music festival at Wyandotte
81Dee Lillich, Drum Major, led the band in Drum majorettes were Pat Ellis, Sharon Hilt, and Debbie Robinette,
MTietiPep Band played at home games and pep rallies to help insure victory.
Marilyn O'Dell, Student Conductor.
The AHS Band is quite an active group. They
perform at all home football games during the
halftime period as well as at other school affiliated
functions. The band was one of several marching
bands seen in the 1969 American Royal Parade.
They also participated in K.U. Band day, the
E.K.L. Festival at Turner, and the City Festival at
Wyandotte. Schoolwise they participated in the
annual band concert "'Rhapsody in Blue and
Officers were: Alfred Murguia, president;
Marsha Hellwig, vice-president; Barbara Stephen-
son, secretary-treasurer; Terry Friar and Pat Ellis,
senior-high representatives; Paula Mullins, ninth-
grade representative; Cindy Clark, eighth-grade
representative; Carolyn Adams, librarian; Evelyn
Hylton, assistant librarian; Marilyn O'Dell, student
conductor; and Darrell Johnson, assistant student
Marches To SuccessThe 1970 Argentinettes were: A-Marsha Hellwig; R-Barbara
Stephenson; G-Colleen Heinson; E-Marta Ridley; N-Julic Ede-
mann; T-Mayctta Rees; l-Dcbbic Lattin; N-Lorraine Perkins; and
Precision is the name of the game!
E-Pam Taylor. Alternates were Amy Hays, Billie Braden, and Toni
The 1970 Argentinettes, under the direction of
Mr. James Sherbon, performed for several differ-
ent audiences within the past year. They per-
formed at all the home football games as march-
ing members of the band, they marched in the
American Royal Parade, and were present at all
basketball games both home and away. The girls
are permitted to chose their attire throughout the
different seasons and must make up all of their
84Front row: I to r: Martin Moreno, Ray Hickcock, Jerry Apperson,
Wardell Williams, Joe Mendoza, Steve Pringle, Steve Moore, Jim
Antos, John Loyd, Larry McMahon, George Nambo, Gene Piersee.
Second row: Line Coach, Albert Saladin; Mike Morris Sr., Bruce
Armstrong, Bill Griffith, Andy Huggins, Mark Stephan, Rick Jones,
Ed Bowman, Bob Marshall, Andy Lillich, Mike Morris Jr., Tom
Doran. Third row: Head Coach, Gene Clohecy; Henry Locke, Cliff
Jones, Kenny Glascock, Wesley Gilmore, Ronnie Hopper, Steve
Wilson, Ernie Olson, Mike Timpleton, Walter Neal, Ed Loya, Gary
Seaborn, Mike Phelps, Back Coach, Jan Jorgenson.
Separate Varsity Squad
The 1969-70 football season was undoubtedly
one of the worst, from the standpoint of its
over-all record. But to analyze a football team it
is necessary to look at its overall accomplish-
Under the direction of a new coach, the
Mustangs were met with the task of forming, not
only a team this year, but a nucleus for a program
in the future. This task was met with great
enthusiasm and has prepared a foundation for the
1970-71 football season.
Rick Jones gains yardage, while Stove Pringle throws important
Mike Phelps stacks up Micgc runner as Andy Huggins turns for the
Coach Clohecy discusses strategy with Steve Moore.
This year a new program proved successful in
Argentine football. Under the direction of Coach
Terry Rapp, a separate sophomore team was
established. This gave the new boys a chance to
learn and show what they can do. Their impres-
sive season speaks for itself and holds a future for
Front row: I to r: Vic Raneriz, Marvin Orndoff, Ray Endsley, Bob Chester Harvey, Mike Skubat. Third row: Coach Lpillman, George
Moretine, Mike Boykin, David Debron, John Randle, Larry Flynn. Smith, Pete Madrigal, Don Harris, Dwight Nesser, Kevin Kelly,
Second row: Ron Porter, John Pierce, Bill Wisdom, Robert Osbern, Travis Todd. Henry Ferguson, Wayne Locke, Randy Phelps, Bob
Marty Stevens, Ron Marks, Richard Earnheart, Walter Lewis, Erwin-Manager. Not pictured: Coach Terry Rapp.Andy Huggins sr.
Steve Pringle sr.
Bruce Armstrong sr.
Mark Stophan sr.
Mike Phelps sr.
Henry Locke sr.
Jim Antos sr.
Ernie Olson sr.
Andy Lillich jr.
Mike Morris jr.
SVjvRick Jones jr.
Jim Hickey jr.
Ty Johnson Mag.
Ed Bowman jr.
for 69-70 Football Season
Ed Loya and Mike Morris protect the ball as others scramble for it.
Steve Moore punts as Mark Stephan provides protection.Front row: Coach Larry Bale, Manager George Alonge, Kelly Boikin, Reggio Spearman, Gary McCray, Walter Neal, Steve
Kent, John Pierce, Mike Hale, Ronald Porter, Rusty Hanna, Wilson, Ernie Olson, Ronald Hopper, Edward Loya, Ricky Jones,
Manager Leslie Davenport, Coach John Darr. Second row: Mike Joe Mendoza.
Mustangs Show Great Ability
This year's "Mighty Mustangs" were not quite
as mighty as was expected by most students. As
in years past injuries to starting players hindered
the team as a whole. Ernie Olson was one of those
injuries with a sprained ankle. Once under way
the team showed good individual ability.
Ernie Olson (54) takes the tip as Reggie Spearman (32) and Walter
Neal (50) look on.
Going into the Leavenworth tournament, the
team began working together taking second in the
tournament and putting a spark in both the team
and student body. After the tournament the team
had a slump, but toward the end of the season the
mustangs jumped back on their feet. This season
may not be looked at as one of the best that
Argentine has seen but it brought an exciting
game to our student body every time they played.
A quick pass by Walter Neal (51) is nearly deflected before
reaching number (55).M. Walker, Sr.
R. Spearman, Sr.
G. McCray, Sr.
E. Loya, Jr.
R. Jones, Jr.
J. Mendoza, Sr.
E. Olson, Sr.
R. Hopper, Jr.
W. Neal, Jr.
S. Wilson, Sr.Varsity
AHS 43 Washington 50
AHS 31 Emporia 56
AHS 59 Bishop Miege 67
AHS 37 Sumner 92
AHS 58 Leavenworth 62
AHS 41 Olathe 45
AHS 52 Bonner Springs 47
AHS 56 Ward 54 Pioneer
AHS 48 Rosedale 47 Invitational
AHS 67 S.M. East 82 2nd Place
AHS 58 St. Joseph Shawnee 62
AHS 43 Turner 56
AHS 60 Rosedale 46
AHS 48 Ottawa 55
AHS 77 Bonner Springs 53
AHS 42 Turner 49
AHS 59 Rosedale 52
AHS 61 Ottawa 78
AHS 53 Turner 59 Regional OvertimeReggie Spearman (31) and Ernie Olson (55) fight against a Turner
player for the ball.
Mike Walker (24) goes up for two as Rosedale defender tries
aimlessly to block.
J.V. Prepares for Varsity Action
As in every year the J.V. is looked to for the
nucleus of the upcoming varsity squad. In this
year's team there is no problem finding those who
will make that nucleus. Under the direction of
Coach John Darr, the team showed outstanding
ability both as a team and individually.
With such leaders as Mike Boykin, Ron Hop-
per, Rick Jones, Rusty Hanna, and John Pierce
moving up to varsity level Argentine can look
forward to a good team in the future.
Ed Loya pulls down a rebound from an Olathe player as Reggie Spearman (32), Mike Walker (24),
Ernie Olson (54) and Joe Mendoza (22) position for two.Front row: I to r: Genoveva Espinpza, M. Moreno, D. Bardezbain, Clohecy. Third row: Coach Hampton, R. Jones, D. Syers. M. Hale,
L. Mabary, J. Dillman. Second row: Coach Saldin, Joe Craft, T. E, Olson, L. Johnson, E. Bowman, Coach Green.
McGivcrn, E. Hines, J. Loyd, L. Flynn. B. Armstrong, Coach
Although Little in Number
The 69-70 Track team showed great skill in
working with a small turn-out. The team showed
great effort in each meet they were involved in no
matter how large or small the meet was. Each
member put forth all they had in any event they
were ask to participate in. Coach Clohecy did a
superb job of spacing his men in a way so to make
up for their weak spots.
With a small group going to state, the end
result was great. Led by Ernie Olson, and Dale
Syers, the Mustangs brought home a third trophy
to prove to all that they were there. The team
seemed to be the high point of the sports activity
at AHS. Until track season, there was little
enthusiasm in sports becuase of poor seasons. All
in all the 69-70 track team will be remembered as
one of the best.
Chick Johnson shows form and ability in the broad jump.
Kenny Ward lunges ahead as he hurdles for first at EKL Meet.kJrfR't Vjlw
R. Jones, R. Hopper, K. Ward, E. Olson, L. Johnson, D. Syers, McGivern.
Ron Hopper gives Tom McGivern the baton in relay.
Big in Effort and ResultFrom left to right, the cross country lettermen are: Top to
bottom: Coach Green, Kenny Ward, Pat Turner, Gary McCray
Tom McGivcrn, Mike Walker, Mike Hale, Roger Higgins, John
Osbern, Jimmy Hendricks, Jim Dillman, Danny Bardisbain,
Tomas York, and Dale Syers.
Cross Country and
Bruce Armstrong pulls "200" for the first time.
While Glasscock strains his legs for the most.
96Front row: I to r: Terry Rapp Coach, R. Houston, W. Williams, J. R. Hickock, E. Bates, M. Davis, manager. Third row: M. Huffman,
Hendricks, M. Hylton, J. Osborn, P. Turner, S. Moore, Bob Riley J. McClure, J. Hcrnadoz, J. Loyd, A. Lillich.
coach. Second row: A. Murgia, manager, R. Hernadez, M. Stephan,
Grapplers Show Great Improvement
The Argentine wrestling team, in its third year,
showed great improvement over its previous
years. Although their record was not one to boast
about the effort and skill of individuals was
outstanding. With six returning lettermen to lead
the Mustangs, spirit was high as the team went
into each match. Their best scores seemed to
come from the lower weights, although their were
some outstanding men in the higher weights.
In many of the tornnaments there were medals
brought home by some of the men. All the
matches were good and showed great effort by
each individual. Because wrestling is new to
Argentine it will take a while for the program to
get established at the home matches, but at the
away matches it was always the same handful that
showed. Argentine needs more support and in the
future it will have more of it.
Mark Stephan works for a pin.
Steve Moore rides his man hard working for a break down.
97Gymnastic Team from left to right are: Standing—Renee Rowland,
Pam Kelsey, Bronya Vine, Geraldine Rice, Barbara Haynes,
Rosalin Willis, Marta Ridley, Netta Spearman, Nadine Baker.
Kneeling-Mary Cooper, Stephanie Allison, Marianne Taylor,
Jackie Brough, Ann Armstrong, Ruby Brown, Terri Birdson,
in Fourth Year
Mrs. Michael Opfer and Mrs. Mary Beth Ekeren were once
again the sponsors and coaches for the gymnastics team. Many
prolonged hours are spent by these girls to perfect various
routines used in competition. Besides attending tournaments to
show their skills, they performed for Argentine High School at
the annual Gym Show.First row: D. Banion, R. Bray, T. Snodgrass, R. Gibson, J. Simma,
L. Ward, W. Johnson, T. Scott, P. Morris, R. Ledsema, P. Porter,
R. Marks. Second row: Coach Sjoblom, R. Nambo, F. Larson, J.
Loyd, E. Reich, D. Bowman, D. Decaney, G. Pollmiller, F. Shirley,
R. Huston, J. Brewer, Ronnie Huston, J. Rosenstengle, Coach
Morris. Third row: B. Rowe, S. Logan, R. Chapman, W. Dorris, R.
Schmitz, L. Bray, D. Novick, R. Ward, L. Fields, R. Valverde, S.
LeVar, B. Harbor.
Frosh Has Size And Ability
This year's freshman football team was prob-
ably one of the better composed teams that
Argentine has seen. Its balance in size and
versatility was distributed by their coach so as to
benefit their over all performance. As in every
year varsity coaches look at the freshman team
for future players to fill the shoes of varsity
graduates. The prospects look great. Speed, agil-
ity, and desire are all characteristics of this year's
Argentine needs something to look forward to.
This year's varsity record shows the need for
improvement. This improvement must be ex-
pected from the youth. They're the ones that will
be supporting the program in the future. With
good coaching, desire, and want to be a winning
team, Argentine can look forward to some good
years in football. The potential is there, putting it
to good use is up to the athletics of the future.
100First row: P. Porter, P. Loya, L. Ward, W. Dorris, J. Simma, J. Jones. T. Scott, R. Bray, R. Valverdc, R. Carroll, S. Levar, C.
Loyd, Mgr. Second row: Coach Morris, E. Reich, J. Taylor, L. Soveirns, Mgr. Not pictured: P. Morris, B. Harbor.
Frosh Show Future For Basketball
An outstanding team this year, the freshman
round bailers showed what they could do. Their
all-around ball handling showed that they were
devoted to a good team. Most of the boys have
been together since the seventh grade and play
well together. Their size was extremely well
distributed. Their inside men Ray Valverde,
Roger Bray, and Pat Morris all hit six foot.
Outside with the agility and good size to bring the
ball down was John Simma, and Tom Scott.
Although the team was well balanced they did
make mistakes. Some of these mistakes cost them
a game. This may be the reason why their record
is not quite as good as it should have been.
Probably the most outstanding characteristic of
this year's team was their sincerity and desire to
win. The taste of win was in their mouth at all
times backed with good sportsmanship which all
players respected. With teams like this, Argentine
has something to look forward to in the future.
101First row: Anderson, Roger; Jobert, Bob; Hahnor, Kirk; Pierce,
Robert; Atkins, Gerald. Second row: Overman, Mike; Margia,
Charlie; Johanson, Rodney; Cross, Mike; Gonzalenz, Chris; Baker,
Ray; Buford, Marrial. Third row: Mr. Darrell Sjoblom; McMillin.
Garold; Berry, David; Woolworth, Danny; Cook, George; Lovich,
Seventh And Eighth Grade Basketball
Seventh and eighth grade basketball is prob-
ably the least known sport at Argentine. The
attendance is low, but the spirit is there. People
laugh at the little boys trying to put the basket-
ball through the hoop, and pay little attention to
the work and potential ability built in the boys
This year's team had some fine boys support-
ing their program. Height was more prominent
than before and the boys showed a desire to win.
Giving support to these boys and encouraging
them to stay out is what we need. Their spirit is
what this school must lean on and look to in the
J. Erwin, M. Ritter, T. Loya, D. Spearman, C. Taylor, J. Higgins, G. Atkins, D. Maron. Second row: G. Snider, D.
Loya, J. Taylor, T. McCamish, M. Rowe, K. Kokada, T. Samuels, S. Stephenson, L. Hardey, J. Normile.Front row: S. Allen, W. Doris, R. Bray, D. Morris, J. Taylor, K
Syers, B. Todd. Second row: L. Ward, J. Rosenstengle, B. Rowe,
R. Larson, mgr., L. Glasscock. Third row: Coach Unruh, D.
Banion, H. Olivarez, L. Fields, Coach Riley. Back row: D.
DeCaney, D. Novich, R. Ward, D. Beach. Not pictured: J. Loyd,
Junior High Track Team
Front row: J. Hellwig, D. Noone, J. Norris, T. Morre, G.
Anderson, G. Kirk, J. Erwin. Second row: R. Davidson, B.
Himiller, G. Hobbs, B. Fields, G. Baker. Third row: G. Rennaker,
M. Ward, Coach Unruh. Back row: J. Green, M. Ritter, S. Toberts,
J. Taylor, S. Bardezbain, B. Channcll.Colt Club Shows Enthusiasm
Junior High supports team.
Eighth Grade Cheerleaders help induce team spirit.
Enthusiastic students and cheerleaders sup-
ported the 1969-1970 Colt Club. The organi-
zation was headed by Sherry Hauser, presi-
dent; Caren Banks, vice-president; Georgia
Gaston, secretary; and Stephanie Hemphill,
treasurer. Eighth Grade Cheerleaders were
Michelle Terry, Vicki Johnson, Stephanie
Allison, Betty Smith, and Barb Walling. Ninth
Grade Cheerleaders were Paula Mullins,
Yvonne Greene, Ann Armstrong, Jan Endi-
cott, and Dianne Martin. The club was spon-
sored by Mr. Schmitz.
Ninth Grade Cheerleaders lead the Colt Club in cheers.J-High Student Council
The J-High Student Council is one of many
organizations established to promote better rela-
tions between the faculty and the students. It
helps the student to develop a better understand-
ing of our democratic system, a sense of
responsibility, and leadership. Activities include:
Thanksgiving food drive. Tramp Day, and several
dances. Officers serving the group are (as pic-
tured): Terry Hunt, treasurer; Yvonne Green,
secretary; Jackie Brough, vice-president; and Ann
Armstrong, president. Mr. Langdon sponsored the
105J-Hi Y-Teens; J-Hi YAwards and Honors
Outstanding Student Council Member
Building Champion - Connie Logan
7th Grade - Dana Barrager
8th Grade - Linda Todd
9th Grade - Ann Bender
Essay - Ann Bender (first)
Slogan - Lana Laird (first runner-up)
9th Grade 8th Grade 7th Grade
! years 2 years 1 year
Janet Carroll Eddie Loeb Paula Fare
Stephanie Hemphill Steve Roberts Jeffery Mabary
Larry Ward James Taylor Michael Overton
1 years 1 year
Ann Armstrong Debra Armstrong
Sheryl Hauser Gary Babcock
Phil Porter Sam Bardezbain
Stanley Tyrus Linda Craft
Randy Ward Donald Dobson
year Peggy Dobson
Billy Bialek Vickie Felix
Charlene Cole John Higgins
Yvonne Green Sandra Kennedy
Carolyn Hilt Diana Kramer
Mike Johnson Dennis Pate
Richard Ledesma Mary Ann Taylor
Fred Larson John Thurman
Peter Loya Darryl Tyrus
Twila Manspcrgcr Mike Ward
Henry Olivarez William Rowe Tom Snodgrass Jerry Lynn Taylor Donald Whislor
107Class Officers: Pres., Terry Hunt; V-Pres.,
John Simma; Sec. Paula Mullins; Treas. Ray
Ninth Grade Rules J-High
With Brains, and Experience
Freshman Prepare for A.H.S.
Reyes, Sally Ann
Senior High Fun and Work
111Eighth grade class officers are Guy Baker,
Steffie Allison, Michelle Terry, and Kevin
Eighth Grade Students
Maples, Cheryl Ann
Reyes, Rose Ann
Taylor, Mary Ann
Of Junior High
117Seventh Grade Officers: Victor Gargo, Treasurer; Mary Talavcra, Secretary; Cindy Kenney, President; and Patricia James, Vice-President.
Mayfield, Daniel Lee
Wool worth, Daniel
120Saluting Tomorrow’s Leaders
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D.A. Christ, Chairman of the Board
Frank J. Wood, President
William L. Moffett, Executive Vice President
A.L. Blasche, Senior Vice President
Wilbur R. Hook, Vice President and Cashier
Ruth M. Schlatter, Vice President
Arthur J. Doyle, Secretaryt
Donald Crane, Assistant Cashier
Joseph F. Podrebarac, Assistant Cashier
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