Argo Community High School - Argolite Yearbook (Argo, IL)

 - Class of 1937

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F2 S Q 5 f 1 if 23 3 5 5 5 Sr-2 5 Jie f gi LF 5 P5 VK 12. FF H' ii if E E Q Ti JZ '5"! ...,.....,............,.....,,.,.......,...,..,....L.m .m ., ,A,,1, ,Q. n, THE PEOPLE of Argo Community High School THEIR DEEDS and THEIR DIVERSIGNS o Pxrgo Hkgh we skng a oiX song, Our Nma Mater iakr, who taughx her sons the way He f to Xaugh, to hghk, to dare. f X X f f ED BY THE STUDENTS OF TH SENXOR CLASS OF THE PUBLXSH TO ARGO HIC-H To Argo High we sing a song OF memories fond and dear: With Argo High our hearts remain Through each succeeding year. Thoughufriencls may scatter far and wide, Gut hearts will ever hold The song we'sang to Argo High When youth was strong and hold. To Argo High we sing a song, f Our Alma Mater fair, Who taught her sons the way of life fd To laugh, to fight, to dare. Though time may crumhle sand and stone And youth shall fade to gray, The song we sang ,to Argo High Will hrighten every day. 1 - M-i7.,,'T1i:.3f l ' " Bti. 4 A 1 4 1 . Wi WWW The semors dedkcate WHS sectkon to Nxkss Rexmdds to express Khekr skncere apprecxahon of her vaXuabXe asskstance Rn the pubXXsh'mg of the year book, W Herhert C. Swanson President N Frank A. Hrodnrtt Secretary BOARD OF EDUCATION The Board of Education functions as a hoard of direc- tors and delegates actuat administration of the schoot program to Principal Charles E. Wingo. That the members have taken personal interest in student welfare and student surroundings can he seen in our campus regulations. The Board, which meets once a month, has tong heen recognized for its capahitity and efficiency in managing the affairs of the high school. To make it possihte for the seniors to spend more time on the editorial wort: ot this yearbook than on Finan- ciat campaigning the Board made a generous donation to the Argoiite fund. The seniors are indeed appreciative of this move which allowed them more time tor educa- tional instruction in connection with preparing the copy f or publication. Because of their desire that the faculty he as wett- iufonned as possihte, that they tcnew att the tatest and especially the hest in educative procedure, the Board, acting upon suggestion hy Mr. Xvingo, approved two in- novations at the high school - a professional tihrary for the use of the tacutty memhers and attendance ot depart- inentat representatives at the state meetings. The prolessional lihrary has already reached sizahle proportions and still continues to grow. It is made up ol hoolcs written hy prominent educators and ol magazines and miscellaneous pamphlets, all containing material which should he helpful to the teachers either hy its de- tailed, practical nature or hy its inspirational qualities. lncluded are several hoolcs and pamphlets dealing with prohlems lacing a hoard ol' education today. 'l his lihrary should prove of inestimahle value in the improvement ol the high school. Pursuing the policy ol' last year, the Board allowed each teacher a hall day to visit some other school within the metropolitan area, prellerahly a school which has achieved outstanding success in the department in which the visiting teacher worlcs. Such visits should enlarge the vision of the memhers ol' the llaculty and do much to lceep them from llalling into a rut. Faculty and students are always pleased to see the Board at school lunctions. The student hody extends a vote of thanlqs to the memloers lor their genuine interest in the activities ol the school. Mr. Charles l.. Bulow Member Mr. llarry L. Stone Member lxlr. .lohn Ginalicli Memlwr ,i- e I - L ! ' - L 2 YN 7 , 1 i MR. CHARLES E. vvimco if 7 Principal Stuclents ancl faculty ot Argo Community Higlx Srliool are fortunate in liaving lor tl1eir principal lvlr. Clwarles E, Xvingo, wlio lias slnown unusual executive alnility in tlie administration of scliool affairs. Clieerlully ancl willingly lvlr. Xvingo assists stu- clents ancl tearliers witli all prolnlems, inspiring conlfi- clenre anal aclmiration in tliose Wlio seelc liis Counsel. ll-lie Class ol' 1937 express sincere appreciation to Mr. Xvingo lor liis clepenclatnle guiclance. P THE PMNCW At-'S MESSAGE To the Students of ttie Argo Community High Sctioot: Pxnotber rndestone bas been rcacbed in tbe bistory ot our scboot. You, tbe students, are to be congratutated tor tbe tine progress tbat bas been made in scbotarsbip, pbysicat devetoprnent, and toyatty. Note cornrnend you especiatty tor your attitudes and sociat bebavior. Ps specific exarnpte ot tbe tine progress dwat bas been rnade is exernptitied in tbe rnannerty conduct ot our students during assernbty programs. V V 4 ndoubtedty, assernbty prograrns tbrs year tiave been - e 1 - f, received by tbe students as a vvortbvvbde type ot educa- 1 -t 1 r tionat entertainment. 'tbe rnany cornptirnents on our 1 1 ussembty etiquette by visitors and pertorrners are rnodestty accepted. Wbat tiner storgan can a scboot bave bestowed upon it tban: H Ps Scboot Tbat tts Psuditoriurn Etiquette 'Ybis substantiates dwe proverb: H Pxctions speak touder tban vvords Seniors, you bave ptayed a rnost irnportant rote in tbese various accornptisbrncnts. Note vvbo are to continue in tbe scboot atter your graduation drank you tor tbe tine quatity ot scboot tite wbicb you bave betped to devetop. u web in your tuture endeavors. Nxfe vvisb yo Yours sincerely, I I 1 FACULTY GliRAl.DlNE BERGAN Ph. B. DePaul University English l'4l.UYl.7 'l'. CURL BS. Nlillilcen University lmiusiriul Arts HELEN l'lliLD Ph, B. University ol Clnfgngr, Xvorlrl llisiory, lfnglisli RICHARD l'lAUSWAI.li BS. Nortliwcslern University English FRED JOHNSTON Illinois College, Nortliwcslvrn University Algelirii unil Pliysieul Ecluculiun U01 RUTH BROOM AB.. MA. University of lllinois Spanish and Latin l"R.'XNK C. ljVljRl'l"l', Jr, BA . Pennsylvania State College lnsirumenlul lxlusie and Band Bti'l'llUliL GROSS AB., BM., B.lNfl.E.. 8a M. Mus. XX'asl1l1urn College, Nortliwestern University. American Conserf vatory Theory of Music and Applied Music llARRlli'l' li. llliNl.DllRSl'lO'l' University of Chicago. ancl Gregg College Sliorlfwnd anti Typing NNALTER JOHNSTON BS. lllinois College Biology, General Science, Assis- luni Coach CHARLES KUSENDA AB. Knox CoIIcge, C1aIesIJurg 'English IIAZEL PHILLIPS Ph. B. University of Chicago American History, Social Science, Xvorltl History VIRGINIA SIIEPERDSON University of IIIinois Fumls and Art LEONARD TRIiXI,.IiR BS. University of IIIinois Science and Physics MARLAN D. VIiT'I'liIIlCK Bb. Iowa State 'I'eacI1er's College: Geography, Business .Scivricv Commercial Arilfimelic DOROTHY IVIOHR SB., AM. University of Chicago Mathematics and Physical EJ. RUTII REYNCLDS BS. University of IIIinois Enghsfi and Economics GRACE STEADRY BS. State University of Iowa Home Economics ROBERT VAN ENAN B. Ed. Illinois Slate NormaI Industrial Arts, Asst Cuucli JOSEPH J. ZBORNIK ILS. Business Science, Boofefeue in . IJ U Commercial Law, Cuniriieiciut I Irillmictic FACULTY wi V Jig, ,. ht. Today the faculty and students are worlcing with the principal to malce Argo Community High a happy school that aims at the highest standard of secondary education . . . complete and worthy living. A resume of faculty activities shows that much effort is being put forth to improve the quality of instruc- tion and to lceep abreast of the times in educational methods. An extensive program was observed Education Week, November 9 to 15, when there were daily assem- blies, at which various teachers tallied on assigned sub- jects pertaining to some phase of education. Une of the main purposes ot the ambitious program was to impress upon the students the vast improvement which the schools of today show over the schools of the past. lt is believed that when the students realize how fortunate they are in opportunities they will be more eager to talce advantage ol them. Speakers were: introductory Remarks, Mr. Haus- Waldg The Changing Curriculum, Miss Steadryg New Service to the Community, Mr. Grossg Unfinished Busi- ness of Education, lvliss Reynolds: Education for Physical Fitness, Mr. ,Iohnstong and Financing Americas Schools, Mr. Wingo. The following faculty members represented their respective departments at state meetings: lndustrial Arts, Mr. Van Emang Music, Mr. Grossg English, Mr. Haus- wald. Miss Steadry attended the Home Economics Con- vention at Quincy Qctober Q9 and 30, and Mr. Johnston, attended the state physical education meeting at Cham- paign, March 17-20. Principal Charles E. Wingo met notables in the educational realm the Weelc of February 19 at New Qrleans, where he attended the program arranged by the Department of Superntendence of the National Edu- cation Association. The Argo Summit XVoman,s Club were guests of the faculty at a Thanksgiving program and Tea Novem- ber 25. A reception was held in the portable after the program. 1121 On Uctoher Q6 the faculty attended the Lalce Shore division meeting of the lllinois State Teachers, Association. Teachers, lnstitute was held April I9 at Sterling Morton High School. V The faculty attended a conlverence on guidance and student personel worli on Novemher 21 at North- western University. The program was arranged in accord- ance with the heliel' that each teacher and administrative otlicer has definite guidance responsihility. ln Decemher the Home Room Committee suh- mitted to the lxaculty lor approval an outline ol' a tentative lour year- home room program. 'lihe general aim ol this home room activity is: To guide the student to see the delinite relation between learning and living so that he may desire additional training and also malce important decisions toward his lilhe worli. XVorlcing with Mr. XVingo in this guidance plan- ning are lvliss Hendershot, chairman, and lvour other mem- hers ol the lxaculty: hliss Broom, lwiss Reynolds, lxfliss Steadry, and Mr. Johnston. The committee meets olten to discuss and to plan materials to he used, prohlems which are localized and adapted to the needs ol? the stu- dents lwor each year in high school. Perhaps the most interesting ol the monthly teachers, meetings was the Fehruary one concerning the Michigan and the lVlassachusetts codes ol ethics lor teachers. The teachers hrought out the many problems concemed and discussed educational procedures involved. ' A committee appointed to malie a study of educa- tional procedures involved in the use of the sixty minute class period are lwiss Field, lvliss Phillips, Mr. liusenda. and Mr. Hauswalcl. This hour session, which will replace the forty minute period, is one way ol' maliing the hest of crowded school conditions. Tuula Lyriiperopoiilos Secrelary IIUIUII Ufbilll Secretary IN Ml-I5iORI.XN Venus Cihson, Student Fred Kelso. .lanitor rm THE CLASS OF 1937 Motto: HI am master of my tate and captain of my souI." Flower: BIue LarIcspur Colors: Turquoise and SiIver CLASS OFFICERS President ..... . . . EmiIy Stopyra Treasurer . - - John DHIIIES Vice-president . . . . . . GerI1art GucI4eI HiSlOfi0Tl ------ Paul Ganzar Secretary . . . . . .f Lorraine PIoszeIc Reporter . FIorence Szczesny Sponsor . . .... Miss Broom Sponsor ........ Mr. CurI SENIOR ACTIVITIES Senior PIay . . . . . . Oct. 25 .Iunior-Senior Banquet . . . . . . . May 20 CIass Party . . . . . . Dec. I7 Senior Prom ....... . . . . IVIay 29 CIass Party . . . . . . Feb. 7 CIass Day ...... . . . . . . June 11 Radio Party . . . . . . ApriI I7 Commencement Concert .... .Iune I4 Coronation Dance .. May 5 Commencement .. .... .Iune 15 SPEAKERS AT COIVIIVIENCEIVIENT XVcIcomc ................ EmiIy Stopyra FareweII .... . . . Gerhart Guckcl HONOR ROLL HAH Gerhart GucIieI EmiIy Stopyra HBH Xvinifred BIacIcweII Rosemary DuvaI Lorraine PIoszeIc L0fCltH I-JICIIOWSIII .IoI1n Dames I"auI Ganzar Ann KnoI FIorence Szczesny Arthur DurinsIci EsteIIe HomIco Anton KuzeI IMI .5-s' Editor-in-Chief Business Manager . . Seniar Eclitor . Faaalty Advisor . Sparts Editar . . Chief Typist . . . The Story of the Seniors We Do Bequeatli . . . A Word from The Vvise' Reminiscense Susich Life . . . Campus Frolics . . . Rhyme Marches Ort . . . Snap Shots ...... Humoresque . . FEATURES SENIOR ASSISTANTS 'Q MW . . . Gerlaart Gucliel . . . J0l1l'l DBITICS . . . Artlmur Durinslci . . Miss Reynolds Thames Blackwell Loretta Luclwowslci Loretta Lucliowslci . Catlierine Cisek Florence Szeiesny . Ruth Mucliow . . Phyllis Downs . . . Nellie Bianco . . . . . Emily Stopyra Thomas Blaclcwell . . . . . . Artliur Durinslci Clmester Durlca Rosemary. Duval Emily Stopyra r Paul Ganzar Jimmy Lecelc Matthew Ginalicl: ASSlSTAN'l' 'l'YPlSTS Anna Knol Emily Stopyra Florence Brouwer Lorraine Ploszelc lflvera Barrett Estelle Homlco CONTRIBUTORS Dwain Galloway Valerie Mann Marjorie Marshall Ursula Guclael lflizalnetlu Baricoviclm Muriel Golclstine tm ARGOLITE STAFF t THESE LAXVRENCE ABELING Lawrence got into tiwe A ciuiv tiirougii siieer cietermination. Tiiis young man can be a most exasperat- ing person, imut at times in- is as pieasant as tide giris witii wiiom iae associates. sincerity ami irienriiiness speii iuciay riays aiieati for Lawrence. TOM BLACKVVELL 'i'ommy was aiways on iianci to give tiwe iviaroon ami time iocai news- papers aii tile facts concerning sciiooi atiiielirs. Viiiiis riigniiieri Engiisiiman was a most eiticient manager for tire atiiietic team, Tommy, wiao was a iaastxiiui fresiaman, is time reai go-getter ol' tiie senior ciass. Tom, you'ii suc- ceed, we icnow. FLORENCE BROUNVER Fiorence is very serious aimout tier woric ami is aivie to capatxiy overcome any icinci oi- riistracting intrusion fiwystfj. Nve ianow tiiat tier riiiigence ami gooci nature wiii ine weicome wiierever site goes. CATIIERINE CISEK A memiver oi' tin- Nationai Tires- pians, Catiierine piayeci ieatiing roies in severai iiigii sciiooi piays. Tiiis giri is ionri oi fiassicai music. Sweet- ness ami riiarin speii iier way to suc- cess. Vv'Ai.TliR ANDERSON Taiqing a iittie part in time senior ciass as far as size is concerneci. Xyailer iias piayeci a txig part in iiariting ciass activities. iie siiows witii witii a rnisciiievous giare tiiat iw anti iris pai. Refi, riisapprove of pini: siips. Xvaiter, you are one of time seniors we'ii miss most after gratiuation. XX'tNtIfRiitJ l5I.ACKXVEl.t. Xxriniireri can give time most inter- esting accounts oi experiences sire iiaci wiaiie in ifngiamig sine teiis about iueing on tiae icing's yaciit anti meet! ing King Eriwarci. Her fricnciiiness ami gooci nature iiave won tier many frienris in time sciiooi. BEATRICE CARLSON Tiiis quiet ami cilarming giri, is a great cooic, a meminer of tive anci a giee ciuio singer. Tiiis accounts for iaer popuiarity. For Bea we pre- riict a great future, for tiiis trustwortiiy ami ciepenriailie giri can iiitcii iier wagon to any iarigiit star P- anti get tiierei JOHN DAMES ,ioiin's pieasing, uncierstanfiing na- ture iias macie iiim popuiar witii aii. Tiiis agiie iari was an outstanding piayer on tiie imasicetioaii squaci. Busi- ness manager of tiais yeariaooia, Joiin ieci a most successiui subscription campaign. Joiin, you're tiie tops. 'rim 41937 EIXERA BARRETT i.ittie is icnown about mociest Eta vera. A great motto tits ttlis giri, hone of sense taiics iittie anci iistcns muciif' Tiiis inriustrious giri of sweet simpii- city iias iaiieci to give any boy a wink. ixiay tier quiet nature tiring iier time joys ami contentment of successi IIEIEN BOLEK Viqiiis attentive iass cievotes mucii of iier time to friemis ami trooics. it is iam-r iove for ivooizs tiiat wiii gain tier a piacc at time top of tile stair- way of success. tieien ami Emiiy iwave been very ciose triencis ciuring tiieir iwigii sciiooi ciays. You iiave our tx-st wisiies tor success. tieien. AMELIA Cl IICADO Amy's sweet smiie ami gay iaugii iiave been time atimiration of many a boy. Ciaicicie was aiways at tiie games to encourage time iaasieelioaii team to win, ami tier pieasant manner ilas won iler many friemis. Site is icnown for iier cieverness in eommerciai subjects. Arneiia, we iiate to say goociibye to you. MIKE DEMETRIU Viiiais ieatier in tile A ciuia is aiso an important part of tile iwigii sctiooi orciiestra. ixiiice was crowned iiing at tide inasizetiuaii coronation in '56. His wiiiingness to ine of service on siaort notice toreteiis success. . r v-vw .,M. . --- .-5-ff-ws -f 1 NVARREN DILLBERG During the senior year Xvarren transterrerl his alztections lrom girls to aeronautical engineering. Xvarren ptayect the clarinet in the orchestra. Xve know that Xvarren will go tar in the lieltt of aeronauties. Cvoott lueli. Vx'arren. CIIESTER DURKA Ambitious Chester is full ot' prantcs -many time he styty pulls a hirttten tricta. This senior always has a funny jolze to tell. Goott humor anrl witt- ingness to share will mate a happy tuture tor him. ROIBILRT FELDINIAN Unusuatty quiet amt serious, Holm otten tatlzert loutt ancl long only in history class. Depcnclaltute Bot: is very interestert in type-setting anrt printing. Sltitttut anal energetic, this l.Ull0XY will D0 ll0LllJt he U real EUC cess in ttays to come. PADI. GANZAR Paul was the presirterit ot the junior class. He has an ahunclance ot eteverncss, wit, and good humor. His Ctesire to help, his pleasant per- sonality, anrt his ahitity in every unrtertatring will he ctitticutt to re- place. ttappy rtays, Paul. LOUIS DROLC t.ouis is that gooct-tooteing laoy the girls never got. Reason - he's hashttut. Snappy comelaaetcs anrl wisrlom are the essence of his personality. The treasure ship is lbounrl to stop at your port, l.ouis. ROSEMARY DUYAL Rosemary, a quiet senior, has perses verance plus a trienrlty rtisposilion, Dignitiert, welt poisecl, anrl serious. Rosemary ranlcs high in scholarship. At present she wants to tyeeome pro- ttcient at the piano anet saxophone. Success surely wilt he yours, Rose- mary. You have our best wishes. t.ORE'l"t'A FERRY t.oretta has shown real teactership in athletics. She was Chosen presi- ctent ot the G.A.A. in her senior year. that trienclty smile, that rteterm- ination, that stzitt, yes, that ctieertut l.oretta, will he missert when she leaves school. MATT CINALICK Putting the HA" in athletics, Matt has become one ot the outstaneting athletes in the history ot Argo High. His real ability and his inttuence as captain ot the Argonauts spurrert the lauys to many victories. This true athlete is lzounet to have sueeesslul rtays aheact. Gooet luclz, lklatl. ART DURINSKI Everyone t:nows Art tor his sutbtte humor. This senior has always heen with the tearters ot the class: tnesictcs. he is a line character actor. Vve feet certain that this fellow has a most successlut tuture ahead. The tvest ot tuetc, Art. IQIDITII ENLOE tilrtith came here this year from tlammonct, lncliana. Since then, her charming personality anal grace have won her many tasting triencts. The seniors those her as their luastzettzatt queen canrtittale. She is lmounet to have a glorious future. LEO t-'REUND t.eo joinect the class ot l9f'17 in his junior year. t.eo, in artetition to lacing interesting company, is a goott most popular seniors. Nve expect great things ot you, treo. in the tield of travel. t-LXROID GENHSEN The youngest tuoy in the class is a most talentert actor anct singer. His talent was demonstrated when he ptayert a teart in "Chonita." Senior girls are the furthest from his minrl. 'l'l1ilt'S the attilucte, Harotcl. Adam was a tmactietor until he met Eve. 1937 THESE ' L171 THESE GERHART GUCKEI. Gerhart has always heaclerl the honor roll in his class. He is a mem- hcr of the National llonor Society. vice-presirlent of the senior class. he was chosen cclitor-in-chief ol' the Argolite. Gerhart, you have what it talces. RIC! IARD I IERTENSTEIN Ave are presenting an inclustrious type ol stuclent. This quiet, rather hashlul fellow is a goorl stuclent, a great lover of neatness anrl intellie gencc. Vvle prerlict success for you, Richarfl. SUSIE MAE JOHNSTON This quiet girl is an important part of the girls' glee club, and her goocl sportsmanship has macle her a mr-inher ol' the G.A.A. The class lcnows youll get what you set your cap lor, Susie lwlae. ANNA KNOL Annays cheerful voice, her friencl- ship, anrl her pleasing personality lllilllt' lK'l' XVClf'Ol'D!' NX'lll'I'K'VC'1' Sllf' QOCS, Anna will prove an emcient secretary to some fortunate husiness man. Vve ltnow you have happy clays aheacl, Anna. JANET HAFER .lanet is a quiet classmate who has a great love for sports. Her ahility brought about her election as vice- presiclent of the Always cliligent, Janetls happy-go-luclcy man- ner has won her many everlasting friends. llappy Llays, Janet. ESTELLE HOMKO Ar present Estelle's chief interests are two, school activities antl John Dames. Estelle is a popular girl in school, loverl lay stuclents and faculty alilre. Estellevs genial personality, live- liness and sincerity will lnring her success, CONSTANCE JOSEPH Constance is the girl who left Argo lligh three years ago and came laaclc cluring her senior year, Happy Con- nie is a lover of romance anrl art. Sheys a lovable girl and we hate to see her go. The hest of luclc, Con- stance. TEDDY KOZAK Teclrly is the small. quiet, hashtul larl, interesterl in gracluating. He tallrs little but says much, tor what he says.has reason. lle has been a staunch supporter of all class activi- ties. risj 1937 EDNVIN HAGLUND Recl isn't exactly a speed artist. and for that reason, he's heen the target of Mr, Hauswalcfs wit, Be- cause he is a really line, happy-go- luclry fellow, we lznow that Red has happy clays in store for him. Good tuck, Ed. ADAM ICIEK Arlam is a mechanical genius, This rohust lacl is sometimes quiet, some! times gay. This easy-going fellow isnvt lazy. hut he is one of those fellows who rlo hest when aslcecl to :lo least. Aclam, welll surely miss you. VERNON KLUCK Quiet anrl hashful, Vernon has contrihutecl silence to his classes most ol: the time. Ile is a memlner of the A cluh because of his works in lzaslcetluall, Vwfe hope you succeerl. Vernon. Goocl luclc. CECELIA KUELTZO Cecelia is a serlate, home-loving girl, This versatile senior, compli- mentccl on her sewing anrl cooliing ahility, lincls great pleasure in clriving her car rlaily and playing haslcethallt You have our hest wishes, Cecelia. VICTORIA KURCZ Vttlris little Miss. ttrc slry girl of tlre class, lras lyeeonre larnous willr lrer oral tlremes, punctnatecl witlr l,can'tl" 'twlris petite clamscl is full ol fun, Victoria tras real alaility in music ancl clramatics. Happy ctays, Victoria. JIMMIE LECEK A mr-mlycr of A clutr, a good stu- rtent, a great atlrletc, a memtzer of ttre tootlnall anrl lraslzetluall squacl. anrl a line fellow -1 tlrat's .limmiel 'lilris senior is a memtrer of tlre Na- tional llonor Society, llis attractive personality lras won trim a muttitucle ol lriemls. -. IiRNliS't' MARTIN 'lllris splenctirl lraslgettrall player is a star on tlwe lootloall tielct, too. 'l'ricl:y, vigorous grid playing marle trim eligible for tlre A clula. Tlris class favorite. dressing in tlre neatest ol' ways, is one ol ttre trest looliing luoys in the class. .IGI IN POLJACK .lolrn is one ot' tlre lnest naturcrl lnoys in sctrool. Seniors will always i'PmCIl'll7Cl' SOITIC ot JOl'll'l,S VCt'y lill- morous essays in ling. lv. Jolm, we are certain tlrat you have trappy :lays alrr-acl. ANTON KUZEL Alttrougtr Tony came to Argo in tris senior year, tris goocl nature anrl lrienctliness ancl quiclq action anrl skill on tlre lnastcttxall lloor soon marle trim very popular. 'l'lris jovial tart tras talcen part in many assemtrly pro- grams, and we are proucl to lrave trim in our class. SOPHIE LONAS llulbtnling over witlu personality, Soptrie was votecl l"oottrall Queen ot' 1936. Always inmlustrious, antl pleasant, Soptrie tras written for tlre NNI:-elzly Maroon: in t-act, ttris girl lras lnaclcecl all sclrool activities. tier tovalsle ancl congenial nature will luring tier trappy. successful Clays. ELEANOR OLSZEWSKI Vwllrerc silence is concernetl, Eleanor talces tlre prize. Sire is one of tlre best of the G,A.1'X. laaslaet- trall players. Eleanor, we preclict traps py clays ataead-lor you. .IOIIN PRIMOZICII ,lotrnls power aml puslr on tlre lootlaall field led many of ttre laalt carriers tlrrougtr for a gain. Ttris trustzy fellow is a goocl dancer ancl a memtrcr of tlre A clutr. Vwle see good luclg atreacl for you, Jolrn. L MICI IAtit, LAMIBIQRT It lxlilce ever becomes a politician. tris srnootlr slow voice annl winning smile will lrring trim many votes. llis collection ol tanly slips is wittrout equal. Outstancling in toollrall, lre lDl't'Ell'Ht' il TTl0I'lllJl!l' ol tlre fx Clllli. lxliclrael, you trave our sincere wisties lor success antl prosperity. tiORti't'TA LUCI IOXVSKI Pmesifles being an expert pianist, ittlfl fl Clltpftllllillltl' Stl'I1flLIfilIlllK?l', Loretta is a real actress. Sire lras talqen an active part in all sclrool altairs, leretta, always goocl company, lras a most pleasing voice. NVQ pre- rtict a tnrigtrt ancl rosy future lor you, Loretta. I.ORRAlNti Pt.OSZtiK An excellent typist, a promising musician, a memlrer of tlre National tlonor Society, a talentect actress, an active menrlrer ol tlre newspaper stall, a capable secretary ol the senior class, a frienrlly. ctepenclatrle girl, t.orrainc lr-arts ttre seniors in arvonrplistrnrents. t.0rraine, you are a prize winner. I IORO'l't IY ROStit.t,lNt Dorottry tras always been willing to trelp in every activity. antl nrany times trer good suggestion lretperl ttre rlass to ctecicte matters of importance. 'litre trust of lurlz, Dorotlry. 1937 THESE U91 THESE '1937 ANNA MAE RUEGGER Anna Mae is a Fine swimmer, a wonderful dressmalcer, and quite a humorist. This attractive young lady with many friends is a loyal sup- porter of all G.A.A. activities. Good luclc, Anna Mae. EMILY STOPYRA Emily, the president of the senior class, has heen an honor roll student throughout the four years. Editor-in- chief of the Maroon, Emily was given recognition with mqfmhership in the National Honor Society. Emily, here are three more cheers for you. KENNETH SCHOMIG Kenneth Schomig proved his worth on the foothall squad and is a memher of the A Cluh. His pleas- ing manner malces him welcome VVl'l6l'eVCI' lie QOEZS, K6nH6tll, WVSIIG certain that there are happy days ahead for you. JOHN STRZELCZYK John deserves credit for his good worlc in foothall and haslcethall. His good nature and humor have won him many friends. .lohn's loyalty will never let him fall hehind in the line to success and happiness. Good luclc. John. PAUL ZURN An active memher of the A cluh, Paul has shown real alnility in has- lcethall and foothall. This rather quiet fellow is one of the most friendly students in the class. Paul is a favorite with faculty and students. You have our hest wishes, Paul. i201 FLORENCE SZCZESNY Showing real initiative and leader- ship, Florence has talcen genuine in- terest in all school activities. With her many ahilities and her pleasing personality, she is hound to obtain success. Sunny days ahead, Florence. REGINE SZARABAJKA Regine is another quiet girl, hut one who can get temperamental. This girl has alluring eyes which malze her very attractive. Regine's style and sincerity are hound to luring her many friends. Bon Voyage, Regine. THE STORY OF THE CLASS OF 1937 W gl -W V M.-,,. .,., .,t,. When seniors realize that memories are all they,ll soon have left of their school days, they realize how precious memories are. At times we were quite slceptical, hut now that we have reached the cross roads and loolc over the paths so far traversed, we conclude that the happiest stage ot our life has passed. Xve, the Class of 1957, can truthfully say that our school days have heen happy ones. Perhaps the memories we record seem trivial to an outsider, hut we are confident that those most concerned will see them as a joy forever. One day prominent in reverie is the day we entered high school. We recall the nu- merous teasings we tolerated while endeavor- ing to get started toward a goal of heing the most energetic, amhitious, and cheerful class. Qur first Halloween party was quite a delightful event, novel to all of us, and we froliclced to our hearts content with the witches and ghosts. A genial and lively class, we were also quite studious. On the honor roll were Paul Ganzar, Gerhart Guclcel, Emily Stopyra, Arthur Durinslci, and Flor- ence Szczesny. IH OLII' SOpl1Ol'I1OI'C year WC I'G3.llZeCI WC had gained a foothold and were a Full- lledged part of high school lite. Many of us lvelt that in athletics lay the chance for us to show our ahilities. Qutstanding sopho- more players in haslcethall and toothall were James Lecelc, Chester Raclcow, Matt Gina- liclc, Ernest Martin, and Paul Zurn. l2lJ Others toolc part in orchestra and glee cluh. Dramatic ahility of the class was dem- onstrated in "The Christmas Carol," in which Loretta Luchowslci, Victoria Kurcz, Catherine Ciselc, Estelle Homlco, and Thomas Blackwell participated. How unhelievahly fast the days passedl ln our junior year "The Decimal Pointf, a comedy with a realistic setting,was presented. Players: Arthur Durinslci, Harold Genesen, Catherine Ciselc, Emily Stopyra. The First on the list of our numerous activities was the Junior Social, an atlair of unusual gaiety, an overwhelming success. Entertainment consisting of songs, dancing, comic slcetches, and solos on popular instruments was pre- sented. The following tool: part: Emily Stop- yra, Loretta Luchowslci, Janet Hater, Sophie Lonas, Regina Szarahajlca, Paul Ganzar. With the friendly assistance ot our spon- sors, Miss Mohr and Mr. Kusenda, we were very successful with our class activities. Then came an event placed on the lirst page ol lovely memories, the Junior Senior Banquet. John Dames was toastmasterg Paul Ganzar gave the greeting. Regretfully we hade good- hye to the seniors as our close relationship was hrolcen. By the close of the junior year we had gained recognition scholastically and socially. This annual gives a detailed account ol our senior year and concludes the story of the Class ol? 1937. P 9 1 WE DO BEQUEATH . Vxfe, the Class of 1957, in full possession of superior minds, well-developed memories, and aimosi super-human knowledge do maize and publish ihis, our last will and testameni: To the freshmen we will the deep tender- ness, heartaches, and headaches ol three more years, hoping that their will he as suc- cessful as ours. To the sophomores, all our hopes for success in outside activities. To the juniors, our respectful regard and esteem. l, Lawrence Aheling, leave my cleverness in arguing to Earl Moriarity so that he can talce up class time. l, Walter Anderson, leave my stature to Clifford Le Grand. l, Elvira Barrett, leave my quiet nature to Mary Jannite. May she hecome less friv- olous. l, Helen Bolelc, leave my Hto he seen and not heardn nature to Frances Hoffman. l, Florence Brouwer, leave my neat rows of curls to Lucille Vxfilson so that other girls can have a place at the mirror. I, Vxfinil red Blackwell, leave my wealth of information ahout England to Henry Tom. l, Beatrice Carlson, leave my cheerful dis- position to Ann Romac. - l, Tom Blackwell, leave my ahility to sleep eighth period to Edward Slcoza. l, Amelia Chicado, leave to Miss Hender- shot, all the old pages ol? typewriting in re- memhrance of the eighth period typing class. l, Catherine Ciselc leave to Eleanor Boe- declcer the taslc of writing next yearys will. E221 ., John Dames, grant my hope of heing a perfect ladies, man to Joseph Staszalc. Warren Dillherg, leave my handsome profile to Fred Johansen. , Louis Drolc, leave my title, lce-slcating Champ, to Eugene Bojanowslci. ' ., Arthur Durinslci, leave my originality to Donald Learner. 1 Chester Durlca, leave my generosity in passing out gum for the girls to Herschel Reinhardt. Another way to a womans heart. l, Rosemary Duval, leave my sympathetic nature to Fran OBrien. l, Edith Enloe, leave my friendly nature to Lillas Schstedt. l, Rohert Feldman, leave my printing am- hitions to Art Bond. l, Loretta Ferry, leave my ahility in athle- tics to Mildred Ciselc. l, Leo Freund, leave my Winsome smile to Tony Pappas. l, Paul Ganzar, leave mv hright and saucy remarlcs to Joe Burda. l, Harold Genesen, leave my dramatic ahility to Joe Palermo. l, Matthew Ginaliclc, leave my athletic leadership to Stanley Burda. l, Gerhart Guclcel, leave all my scholastic honors to freshmen on the tlunlc list. l, Janet Hater, leave a few inches of my height to Fern Lemlce. l, Edwin Haglund, leave my hahit of tell- ing jungle stories to William Krzystofialc. Hope he hrings 'em alive. l, Richard Hertenstein, leave my studious nature to John Maes. l, Estelle Homlco, leave my tallcative char- acteristics, together with that fetching little giggle, to Dorothy Murphy. l, Adam lcielc, leave my plumpness to Norman Van Vossen. l, Susie Mae Johnson, leave my sewing ability to Louise Brown. I, Vernon Kluclc, leave my hashfulness to Charles Sequens. l, Anna Knol, leave the defense ot Sticlc- ney to my little hrother. l, Teddy Kozalc, leave my surplus lcnowl- edge of social problems to John Chmielewslci. l, Anton Kuzel, leave my powers in ora- tory to Harold Blaclcwell. l, Cecelia Kueltzo, leave the responsibility of driving myself to school to lrene Coolc. l, Victoria Kurcz, leave to lrene Zelliclc my position as general nuisance in English IV. l, Michael Lambert, leave my indiltqerence toward girls to Leonard Zelgewicz. l, Jimmy Lecelc, leave that certain some- thing ahout me that captivates the girls to Louis Jalovec. l, Loretta Luchowslci, leave my ellficiency in preparing lVliss Hendershotys assignments to Lucille Wilson. l, Ernest Martin, leave my tendency to pass pictures of myself to the girls to Bud Bondman. What a hrealc for the girlsl i, Eleanor Olszewslci, leave my reserved nature to Elizabeth Baricovich. ., Lorraine Ploszelc, hequeath my typing honors to Mary Hodellca. n , John Poljaclc, leave my everlasting smile to Mildred Brodanslcy. A, John Primozich, leave my huslcy athletic Figure to John Briclcert. Dorothy Rosellini, leave my deep set dimples to Ruth Schilcora. 1, Anna Mae Rugger, leave my micros- copic penmanship to lrene Kurcz. ,, Kenneth Schomig, leave my go-gettum attitude to John Malcowslcy. l, Florence Szczesny, leave my vocabulary to Steve Horvat. l, John Strzelczylc, endow Pete Korenchulc with my staying qualities in the hope that he will last as long in this school as l have. 1, Emily Stopyra, leave my leadership to Stella Ceropslcy. l, Regine Szarahajlca, leave my delightful position as Mr. Fred Johnsons private secre- tary to Marjorie Marshall. l, Paul Zurn, leave my preference for hlondes to Adam Bagal. In witness whereof, we, the Class of 1937, have to this will, written on two sides of paper, set our hands and seal this twentieth day ot January, Anno Domini, one thou- sand nine hundred and thirty seven. The Seniors U53 WORDS FROM THE WISE i.. .M A. . - One evening in eariy spring I consulted a prophetic owl. As he tucked me into his chain of friendship, he took me into his con- fidence and spoke cheeriiy of my friends at Argo High. 'The future of the Argonians is most astounding and especially promisingf, he sotemniy said, taking his wisdom glasses and very kindly permitting me to look through them while he explained the most amazing scenes. The First thing that met my eyes was the Figure of a stately governor, Harold Genesen, delivering a forceful speech praising Michael Lambert, candidate for president. Another speaker, also backing Michael Lambert, was the eloquent woman lawyer, Anne Knot. In every opening in the crowd a restless Figure jumped about, Tom Blackwell, the HBiond Zephyrf, not missing a single pose of the spealcers with his camera. Tomys assistant, Sophie Lonas, rushed into Arthur Durinslcifs printing oiigice and handed the prints to Paul Ganzar, manager. After in- spection Paut gave them to Ken Schomig to reproduce in the paper. Just then Jimmy Lecelc and Loretta Ferry, star reporters, dashed in with hot copy on the coming box- ing match. Another more penetrating iooic toward the platform brought me the star stenographer, Loretta Luchowslci, taking notes in the swiftest heirogiyphics. A short dis- l24J tance from her sat Beatrice Carlson, working remarkably fast on a stenotype machine. The scene changed to a broadcasting room in a radio station. Regime Szarabajlca at the microphone announced that the First number of the orchestra, under the direction of Warren Diiiberg, was dedicated to the fu- ture president. This treat was followed by an equally entertaining and original composition by the distinguished pianist, Lorraine Plos- zelc. When the broadcast was over, a come- dian, Lawrence Abeling, snapped to his belt an invisible ray, invented by Robert Feld- man, and began roaming about the spacious hotel. Snooping at the first door, Lawrence found a chemistry laboratory. He recognized the bearded blond, Gerhart Guclcel, a class- mate of 1957. Lawrence snapped oft his in- visible ray and dashed in with jovial greet- ings. He found Jerry and his assistant, Fior- ence Szczesny, perfecting a marvelous inven- tion -- iniiated hydrogen wings with which men would be able to Hy through the air with the greatest of ease. Next, after a brief chat, Lawrence found an interesting door with the inscription, Htieo Freund, president of the Extra Fancy Limburger Cheese Com- panyf, Lawrence did not stop for various reasons, and because he thought of the poli- tical meeting, he immediately hopped into an elevator operated by Cecelia Kueitzo. Much to his regret, the meeting was over, and as the last of the audience was filing out, he followed the crowd. On Infomation Street he noticed a group of individuals congregated in front of a fish store. Lawrence came closer and heard Amelia Chicado, with all her graceful digni- ty, hallyhooing in a loud, sonorous voice, "Use Glow Shampoo to malce your car grow longer!" After purchasing a hottle f rom Amelia's cashier, Florence Brouwer, he wallced toward the edge of Happy Town, where he met Amelia going into a cozy hriclc hungalow to visit the former Estelle Homlco, now married to John Dames. They hoth went in and found Estelle crooning lul- lahies. When the childrens governess, Winny Blackwell, started to close a window, she discovered a hrolcen pane of glass and immediately called the janitor, Adam lcielc, to repair the damage. The coolc, Susie May Johnson, and the seamstress, Dorothy Rosel- lini waved goodnight ,from the lcitchen. After all was quiet, the radio was turned on. On a program sponsored hy the Poljaclc- Hertenstein Sculpturing Studio the promi- nent society matron, Emily Stopyra, deliv- ered a tallc on "Charmf, Next came Catherine Ciselc, the great opera star, sing- ing HQuaint Memories of School Lifef, Victoria Kurcz and Constance Joseph were Jane Ace and Marge in a new version of "Easy Acesf, The program was concluded with a news Hash: "Vemon Kluclc and Mike Demetriu wrecked on Sympathy lsland while trying to malce a non-stop flight around the world. They were talcen care of hy Doctor Martin and his two nurses, Helen Bolelc and Eleanor Olszewslcif' Sports: "Matt Ginaliclcs Super Team: John Strzelczylc, Paul Zum, Tony Kuzel, Edwin Hagland, and John Primo- zich, will play the Righto Team Novemher 14, 1956.U Alter the news, the radio program was continued from the crowded Madison Square Gardens, where the heavyweight champion of the world, Louis Drolc, was Fighting the ex-champ, Chester Durlca. Crowds cheered with enthusiasm. Louis, immediate family, his wife, Anne Ruegger, the former slcating champ of the US., and his salesman hrother- in-law, Teddy Kozalc, were seated in the front row with heaming and excited coun- tenances. Vxfalter Anderson, relueree, was to decide the victor, hut the radio tuhe hurned out, leaving us in a frenzy of curiosity and anxiety. Eager to hear the results, we ran next door to the heauty salon, where the operators, Elvira Barrett and Edith Enloe, were trying to heautilfy Miss Hater, the presi- dent of the young Womenys Voters, League, in preparation for her speech that afternoon. When the report came that the light was a draw, Miss Hater flew out lilce a gust of wind to inform Rosemary Duval, a nurse at a nearhy hospital, of her hoylriends luclc. After all the scenes were presented, the wisdom glasses were talcen oll slowly and in a fashion peculiar to the wise old owls. "All that you have seen, my dear, is the fruit of the lahors of your competent and zealous teachersf, said Mr. Uwl as he hade me a pleasant farewell. - - .AL- THE CL ASS OF 1938 Cl .ASS l.liAl'DIfIQS pn 5llll'lVl , , ,,,, ,,,, X villnrrl lirixlz V11'4'lul'w1rlm'r1l ,,,, .. Rlllll lX1llI'll0XV Srw'1r'l4:Vy ,,,,,,,, . lvlary llorlvllqil ,lwl'L'1l5HH'l' V . .. . X irgirriu llzrlrms JUN IORS This Page Firsl Rout Dorollwy Stryclvvylq. l.cslcr XV1 lJl'vc'l1c'rr. lxlill40ilI'Cl xy' j . c-vo 1. r .5 fvrarc .icacryy :az ' Susirlm, 5 V. ranrcs IN t vi. xaynmr lymcliorz, lxlaria llirlzcr, lfleanor C4001-r, Svrwrzr xowg Rulla Svlrilqora, Aclam lgaggal, lxlirianr llaplrc, lfugcnc llmjarrnwsld. lilorcrrre Cipp, lxlarllm Hull. llcnry Torn. lfrlcnc Raul. Betty ,lorry-s. Hlanrlwc Raliclala, Elaine Scrpe, fxlwarles JOIIOS. Tlrircl Roux lxlitrlr l ,liiI1I'l1CHl40. lxlarggarvt l"lt-gstrorn. Xxyaller l"igura. l H 1 r clwirlr. Margaret U' ln ' W flrl. Dnmllwy R00 Lt qt , .th-L. lxolmcrt Zum Xliv Y St lx lrrnlt Nc-lla fxcrnplv If lvl 11 ly rcl Pm l L ll' - cl renc, lxrupa, Kxnclrcw lwrra rrc , Ge-orgra Svarlaonis. Donald Sancllram. Lucille Xvilson, C lwarlcs Scqucns. Sliirlcy Svvanson, lmrrairre King. Next Page ljirsl Rout llclcn Srlrrniclt. lnla Colmr, l.illian lfcrry. Allncrt Baisa, Franccs qlvlsllltll. Arc-lla l,illCfHllJ, Cxliarlcs l.0onl1urt, lxlr. Xvallcr lolinslnn, Valerie Mann. lmmnarcl Zclgewirv. lxlary llmlellea. filwcster Plrrla. Stella Xviolorlwnwslri, lqlrllr lxlrrrlwmv. SCFUIIII Rauf: Xvillarcl lnzrly. Phyllis lyuwns. lxlirrggzrrm-l lrilrlr, 'litany ljappas. l5lilI1CllC Brcmlanslay, lxlaxinc ljctvrs, Ccralclinc frilwlclmwslri. Nellie lliarmrn, liryvrrrc llollvnran. ,lrrlia Vlrzcvialx, Xxvilliznn filwr. lxlaric ,lol1aman, ljnrnllmy fllsyvwslqi. Xyinlct ljnlczal, lnuis ,lfrlm'r'm'. Tllirfl Rout lrvnc- fcllivlc. Virginia lbalrrns. Cxlillorrl l,c Grancl, Anno Rmnar, lmllisc l5ruwn, .lulru fol- lmcrl. Nnrnrzur Yan Vosscn, Ixllqirm lxliluuslqis. .lcssic Otto, lfrlwzrrrl Polult, lflizarlvcllr Bzrr'lcox'icTl1, lxlarjoric lxlarslrall, ,lacla liorcnclrulr. Izlixj KIASN l.I'..Xl Jlzlb fwllbf 'Qt'lVUl'll'lA ,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,YY,,,, L.llXYilI'll lwfilills fwl!ISS 'llblllflllll ,, , W l.l'Sll'l' Xxlfllll films Sponsor ,. ,,,,,,,,,, , Miss Stearlry LYNN: SPUIISUI ,,,,,,,, lxlf, ..lOlU1SlOl'l jursuoras lhe year startecl out well lor the Class ol' 1958 the clay ollicers were electecl. lncleecl. with Xxflillarcl lsaatz leacling us as presiclent. how coulcl we go astray? lhrouehout the year our sponsors, lxliss Stearlry ancl lxflr. ilohnston, have assistecl us with all class prohlems. Our cancliclate lor loothall queen was none other than that clear. clainty girl, Valerie Mann, who was a Close second when the contest enclecl. Virginia Dahms, our attractive haslrethall cancliclate, clrew many many votes, too. Vlqhanlas to lxflr. llauswalcl, our junior play was the proverhial great success. The class has its share ol honor roll stuclents: lwlary Hoclellca. Xvillarrl l-aatz, Ruth lvluchow, Stella Ceropsliy, Violet Dolezal lvliriam llaplqe, ljlorence Gipp, lxjlargaret Hegstrom, lvlaria llirtzer, Lorraine King. Nlarjorie lvlarshall. lvlargaret lelricli, Stella Xviele- ehowslci. ln athletics the juniors have shown real ahility. During the lli- Noon games Ann Romac, l,eonarcl Zelegwicz ancl lioh Sewarcl won lame. lvlany outstancling Areonauts are memhers ol? this Class ol' 1938. This class is tops where social activities are concernecl. The .lunior Fiesta in lrehruary anrl the rlunior-Senior Banquet in Nlay were the outslancling social events ol' 1956-,57 at Argo High. Yes, lor the juniors it has heen a happy ancl successful year. tri THE CLASS OF 1938 THE CLASS OF 1939 OFFICERS Presicleiil ..... ........... Vice-presirlenl . . 5t'f'l't'li1f'V .... reusurer . Hisloriuli. . . Reporler . . Sponsor . . Sponsor . . CLASS PARTY Pete Nyilfllltllllli Arlum Rliein Ursula Cuclqel Burl Bcilclinziii lxluricl Colclstinc flair liunlvert . . . Miss ljiclcl lxlr. Vetterielq Un ljelxriiury eleventli. tlie 1059 Class originirtccl tlio Custom ol , . . lmving ar sopliomore class party. llirougli tlie elllorts ol ar low. tlie party was rr great surress. Students were entertainecl lay a unique pro- gram, clelirious rolresliments, ancl a novelty dance program. TO OUR CLASS SPONSORS NVQ attrilnute sincsere tliunlqs to our energetic class sponsors, Miss lrielrl :incl Mr. Yetterirlq, wlio uiclerl us in all our encleuvors. CHARACTERISTIC SAYINC-S Donalrl l.CZlFI'lCfZ 'live uncl learn witli l.eurner.H Gernlcline Srlrultz: 'tl le loolcecl at mel, Elmer l larris: ml-lint was a. jolqelw llursrliel Reinliurclt: "Nay l use your eonilnln ,lune lliielcmeir: Hgweetest little llower tliul ,qrowsln 1-.li-i-.-l-1u1 i i.lg . . V 1 , l'irsI Rout l. feropsliy, l llwlbswrl, K lHTlH'll'XX slit. I llmiirluiii-ir, ll. Slullen. C. luvlr- ulslxi. R. lxlvlnturll, lxlr. Vette- , 1 rifle Urifli, X ergjululc, IS fiieseler. liixmlrey, Cowli .l. IM-ln-lrilt. U. Srully, R. Mi- ljllllillll. St'1'Ulltl IQUIVI lx. lJI'1'l'lll'U CUUIIIOF. lllilX'm'i'l4. lvisll Fl. cxl10fl0l'0I1l'li, lxII2ll'4'llllli lXlrl4ol1s, A. lxlixkowslqy, floxxgjivl Yi-tter, Kowiil y . I y . llllltlw. lx. l,k'fflI1, lxilllil ul. ll. Rulsel. Tliirfl Rolf: l.. ,lox'ui1ovii'li, .l 'l-ouiiili. R. Sloiw, G. .lunettus l.. Collins. A. lxlolenuur, l.. Nixugje. ,loliuiisc-ii. ix. Ftovlq ll. loliunmi, C. Aiiluirlwrg, l. Kfiilllfily. il. Sflllllll, .l. cflllllllll C11 lxlurlensen, lf. Durinslxi, lf Rtruie. Iiouilfi Rolf: T. llolelx, x Ftuvlm. luxveleli, Vlq. lzbruno R. ljzilims. .l. fuzetivli, P. Gui' girl.-, fileltulu. lx. Nivkolus llilQllIl14l. ix. R1'llIIl. lxlit lN0XX'blXy, P. Nitfllllllllk, I2 Sl y.I,I'IfI IIw',"'I1'1..,iI1IrI.Il'IIIIIf1g,.-i, HALLOWEEN S-I-UNT - HPUPPY I-OVEN . I - f X, I'1-ImInmn. XX. IQuII4owaLi, I'lIl.,.1.LI1,I,l.l'Iiwr.u1KI5I,'FH' A Grcal SIIVVCSSI CIFIQIIIEIII cNIIilF1lf'Ii'I'SI RIIIII Slonv, IJOIIIIICI l'IIl IIVXXN I , :HILUX I INN Il' I, , A X Y Il- 5,111-II.l.X XKI-uI.Il4.II'rifI1:w IACLIFIICF. IIcvIqy XVoocIuII. IccIcIy IIoIc'Ic, Q,wrnIcIinv 5l'IIllIIZ, IIc'Icr Y, 'Iwi 1. ,, I lmny r - - 1 pq,,,.wI,IIIQ MII.-f, II. IIU.,...., N.ilI'IIlOIllIi, IVIiIcIrccI QISQIQ. QIa1ir I-amIx-rl, I'rvcI .IoI1m1sn-n. NI I5r11I.I, II. Nusur. bffw J IH,-f 5I.l1- III u ILL df fi,f.',, I R,'.7,',I!.,mff. SOPHOMORE LEADERS rIllIlYj4 II, SIIIIIIIIIIH, IIUIPIV, ,T.IgHi3IL"'I.','IIIgl,Il1:II'f'l'fIf'QlfIIK'l'nQf: II CIUIJ - ROIJNL XViIIiz1ms, Iyclor NLIFIIIOIIIIQ. XXIIIIIIIIIIS. Impo, II. IIIWI1 Y V 1 "ifI,U- fl'I1'HifI' III -Wwflvlh Cfzccfr Lcurlors - LHWQIIQ1 Ixromruv, ,Im'ql'1c'Iim' 5t'IlllIIZ. I, X.n'r15f,, II. IxjllIL'IrUIl, II. ' IIu1I.4 5Iy, II IIUIXU , 1 , IM H I I 4 Im Qluss Nvws Rcfporlvrs - IQUIICC blomx IM-I-Ly XX Wlilll. llllfll IQYIIIK, CIIVIIICIIN, IIIA 1 UI, Umm gj'n'I. vw' Q - l I I HEJnIxqMHmI5L1MQM, PUUNMH Qhuwn QumhJuh'- PUUHHlIkThHKk IIUIIN-II, I.: IXI.xmIzIx0,.IxI. If""lISffK'l'rxIQ'l'XI.-IMIIIIIIQUffglrvlOK Igusleclfmff Queen - I.iIIia1n CoIIi11s. II1lvIlIxwf KI. IXIIISUII, Iqyali. i Y X II- I"I'H"'I'f I1 lWHfIwfLi4 bUlJ!lOlllOl'05 - A Ilonor Ruff - I,IrsuIu QJUCIQCI, IXIuricI QJoIcI- I'7'f""I' RW' N- Uf'I'Ifl1""' moIuIQ IX'IuricI GOIQISUIIC I-iIIiim Savage. II. I,v.ulm'l, G. SLIIIIIIIZ. Ki. I I I.-I In-I, I, LQ, ISIIII II , , . 4 IJ,mI'..vI.,,.., AxH1IA..,.fl IlI bOl7llUlIlUI'L'S - B Ifonor RUN P- XViIIii1m IXIIIUFIOII, IvcImIy HQALBQIRIQEVNMU IkhI,IHInufLNmm,bhmH GoMdmc,PMHduITJnmI,Imnw I'i""k.II'LIl7"'II"im" II' W""""" IQOIIHLF, I.iIIial 1 Savage, IiIizuIJclI1 XXIUOLILIII, Ijclvr YUFIIIOIIIIC. . 'LIL L' . Capluin of Baslccllzcln Stllllltl P- .Ios0pI1 I5urcIu. Sopllornorcs willl vim, vigor, mul vilufily - ,I-IIUOKIUIYI IJuIxis, Ifmuccs LZIICIJUILIII, XIIVIHII I:CICIIllilll, ,XrlI1ur I3oncI, I Iurry I.vwau1cIow- SIU, I3auI Garside. ' E201 THE CLASS OF 1940 Xve. ttie trestiinen. enterc-ct ltie Argo Community High Scitioot on Septeintmer H, 1036. A group of youngsters, we were quietq to grasp ttie lay ot ttiings. Ttiere were time usuat mix-ups in finding Classes and tievoiningg mquaintect wilti ttie teavtiers, wtioni we tounct tio tae exfettenl. Xve expert to go tar uncter ttie guicting tianct of ttiese ctieertut anct encouraging instructors. The next event to arouse our interest was time eteetion, of class omvers. 'titie etevtion was tietrt under ttie supervision of time faculty anct ltie resutts were as ixottows: Lawrenee Genesen, prosictentg Arthur Haptxe, vive-presictentg rixrttiiir Gratiniae, sec'retaryg'Bitt Bender, trea- surerg ,Dwain Galloway, tiistoriang Xvitiiain Neyens, reporterg and Ntiss Bergen anct Mr. Trexter, sponsors. Now let us turn to sports. Xvtien ttie rail for attiteties Came, ttie tirestimen responctert joyliuliy anct willingly. Ttiose wtio rtiose to parti- Cipate were only too giant to art as lxottrter for time Coaeties, Hattitetie cannonf, anct several of ttiese trestimen tiave ttie makings of future stars for Argo High. Rox .l , I Iwninlli Rout Il. Itllllllllxl If ii. ii t x'.iILo. txtanr - 'r 1 , , l.y7niz'L. ttuiita. 5. liurcta Iiarzui. 5. Fusivti, It llc-r nanftez, XV. Krfystofi. iL, X t,eoiis'tiiL. ,t. IM-nuti, M. Nun'- i goxxski, txliixxiltvr, IS. In-igti lx. cihltlllkll , . v Hunt Rnir: XX. tA3ir'tuiisoii lgm'rtx'i'Le'I'. tlulw t,anv. Naliv . . ii, It X f ii It iNIaItiifIi 10 Q Btivlillrtl XXI ,t. tgian' , .. ' -. Paris, .t. Kurrv, Kell, M Slotmruta. impair uisti, tlniniw, t.opinsLi, S-itialiiuu lt. mai Lu K. .Xttmvrifo. fwrniiil Row: film. t I ffairttiaii, R. Uatims, D. txturptiy i V I Q t fiom itt X C. XXaLt4u'. ,. I ir- x- Xxvtnlko. ,t, Xxviltiains. X. 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Show them that we're not so slow Courage that never dies. We will win and win againg Champions we will he. We are all from Argo High School, The school of Victory. Wave our hanner, here we come, Students from Argo High. Tell the world the game,s begun Victory is nigh. With that spirit surging high We will win each gameg We are all from Argo High School, The school of honored fame. Unclefeated we all stand, Students from Argo Highg Come now, let's strike up the haml - Raise your voices high. Make the air with "Argo" ring Sing her triumph song. We are all from Argo High School, The school of victors strong. 'fur mqgggim " M fa 4 Z 4 115 f X X If f WX WM the iootbaXX team, who by Xhekr deeds won fame for Ngo dkcate TNS scctkon. 10 Coach Xohnstcrw and Hkgh, the senkors, de f f f f THE 1936 FOOTBALL SEASON The most sueeesstul 1'ootha11 season in the history o1 the sc'hoo1 4'1osed on Now-inher 14, when Coarh 1"red .1ohnston's 1V1aroons de- 1'eated the Ke11y High 13-11. To eetehrate the splendid reeord a 1oot- ha11 hanquet was he1d at the high sr'hoo1 Novemher 23. Prominent husiness men 01' the community, hoard rnemhers and men 1'aeu1ty memhers were present to honor the grid p1ayers. Mr. 11. Y. Porter, assistant manager 01 111inois High Svhoot Ath1eticf Association, was guest speaker. Out o11 the ten grid games the h'1aroons fame out victorious in nine. The on1y team to defeat the 1V1aroons was the 151oom squad from Chicago Heights, who de1eated Argo 19-12. Although out- weighted many pounds hy 131ooin, Argo earried the fight a11 the way to the visitors and 10st on1y a1!ter heing worn down hy two Btoom teams. Coach Johnston states that the sueeess of the 1936 team is due, not to the outstanding per11ormanCe o1' any sing1e p1ayer. hut to the sp1endid Cooperation and good sportsmanship of the squad as a whole. Even though a vertain hae1:1ie1d man o1!ten ran 50 yards 1or a touch- down, he eoutd not have done so were it not 1or the rest o1' the team who paved the way for him. --, ,ll , ,MW ,..,, ,.l. v .l1. .Lli Ihlfk !QUH'f hifhlfll NV. .IOIIH 5lUIl, LiZl'1lil1il, ISUITIIHIIII, lqijhlll, Ijfjlilk, ,lUIlllI1Sl'I'l, lQil4'LOXY, S1110 mig, 1'Jemetriu, Gowgiel, Sand- ham, Bond, Chnnin, Yerhovich Coavh ls. .1ohns1on. frmii Rule: Aheting, tvlunuger 1.amherl, Pappas, Xvitliams 1.1-ouhurt, Yarrnotuh, Cvinaticlc Zum, hem-14, Perrin, Prilnozirh I5lilikhXYC'H, Ixlilnilfliff. rw Harte Row: Susirll, Ziollo lllltflil, llaplcv, Bruno, .lollanon l.amlxz-rt, ,l.0l'Tli!'ll, l.carnnr, Ma- LUXVSlly. Filllllfy, IIUIQGSOII Qjililfll Xlilll Iiflliln. Frou! Row: Nuros, Manager, NY:-solowslgi, Poston, Jannilc. flvru-svn, Xxlilliams, Fanos IX-mvlriu, Duncan, Antlcrson livnrlcr, Mavcr. . -.-1-. . - 'litre Kelly-Argo game was llmo last onc lor snvli oulstantling players as lxlatt Ginaliflc. Jimmy Lovett, lvlilco Dcmctriu, Donald Sanclldam, Claret Raclcow, Paul Zum, Ernie Martin, rlolm Primozirfli. Milco Lambert and Ken Sclaomig. Cliostcr Ravlcow rvvoivoct lmonoralmlo mention for All State. U ARCO-LOCKPORT Tlmo Nlaroons swept triumplaantly ovor tlic lrovliporl sqnacl lmy cle-lcating the latter QU to O. Avenging tlw 0 to O lpcating ol' ilu- pre-- violrs year, tlio lvlaroons wastocl no limo in starting tlw allavla. Gina- In-L tlirow a Uspin passu to Raclcow. wlmo clasllccl L20 yarcls lor tlmo lirst tourlmclown. 'lille scronct toufliclown was marlc lmy Ginalivlq. wlio liirlacct tlie two extra points. Yarmoluli, vontcr, pivlwcl up a lmlovlwrl lfivlc lay Svlmomig anal svoroct tllo tliircl ffoal. rlqlw lint' playocl a splm-nrlicl clolwonsivo anct ollqonsivo game. ARCO-LEIVIONT ln a very listlcss game Argo clclvatc-cl anollivr ol Ilia- olcl linw rivals L21 to O. Vltwo touvliclowns wcro svorotl in ilu- lirst livc- llltHlllUS ol play lly l,0c'ol4 ancl Glliilllfli. Qwinalivlq lmootccl tlw Oxlra point altvr cafll goal. ln tlio soronct lwallx. llw outstancling -play was tlu- olcl limo 'Lslo0pQr,H pcrlortly oxofiilvfl lv' Xvilliams ancl lrcvolqr 'lqlw lrcinont lmoys were mucli laiggcr ancl licavicr, lnnt tliis cticl not alllvvt llic spirit ol' llio Argo lmoys, lor llwy worm- on top llroin luvginning to vncl. wi A ARco-ALUM NI Argo started the season hy defeating the Alumni 7 to 6. The varsity squad played a defensive game, hut counted ten First downs, while the Alumni gathered only three. Argo scored a touchdown when Lecelc completed a pass to Demetriu over the goal line. Gina- liclc saved the day hy lciclcing the extra point, which decided the game. Zum and Williams did some outstanding worlc on defense and ottense. ARC-O-BLUE ISLAND Although the Blue lsland hoys loolced much larger than the local players, the Argo eleven fought to the Finish and held their opponents from scoring. Argo scored in the first halt when Leceli passed to Williams, who ran 20 yards for a touchdowng again Williams succeeded after Ginaliclc made a 50 yard plunge, followed hy Lecelcys 20 yard sprint, putting the hall in scoring territory. Ginaliclc lciclced the extra point. During the second halt the Southside hoys showed more pep and almost scored when Argo held them on the 2 yard line for four downs. Argo played superior football. Schomig did some neat hloclcing for the hacldiieldg the Argo line did some excellent playing on ottense and defense and held Blue lsland from scoring more than once. Score: 13 to 0. ARCO-LEYDEN The Leyden hoys, undefeated last year, were slated to win hy a hig margin. Only once did Leyden have a chance to score, and that was toward the end ol? the game when Argo held them on the one yard line tor lvour downs. ln the lirst quarter Argo had 1561 ,,, .. .W the hall on the 40 yard marlc, and on the lirst play Ginaliclc threw a pass to Raclcow, who ran 50 yards tor a touchdown. ln the second halt Argo pulled a Usleeperf' Lecelc passing to Demetriu in the end zone. ln the last quarter Vv'illiams ran 55 yards behind perfect hloclcing lor a third touchdown for Argo. Ginaliclc lciclced the extra point, which did not count hecause of otfside. The Final score ended in favor ot Argo, 18 to 0. The Leyden hoys, much surprised showed good sportsmanship and congratulated the Argo hoys. ARGO-BLOOM The Maroon squad met defeat tor the First time on Qct. 5, when Bloom outfought Argo 19 to 12. As a matter of fact, this was the only defeat Argo suffered this year. Al- though Argo lost, the hoys played the hest game of the season against Bloom. Racliow sped 40 yards for a touchdown on the "full- spin-passu from Ginaliclc. The second touch- down was made hy Raclcow, who received a pass in the tar corner of the end zone from Lecelc. Argo played Hheads upu toothall till the last minute, when they let a man run 85 yards f or the easiest touchdown in the entire game. Argo was handicapped hy the loss ot two regular players, Primozich and Williams. ARGO-MARSEI LLES Scoring a safety in the Final period, the Maroons defeated Marseilles Panthers 2 to 0. This was the ljirst defeat of the season tor the Panthers, the sixth victory for Argo. The two points tor Argo were scored when Ginaliclc got ott a long punt and Emie Mar- tin taclcled the receiver behind the goal line. The Maroons managed to put the hall over the goal in the second quarter, hut he- cause ol a fifteen yeard penalty on Argo, the hall was set hack to the 15 yard line. As the first hall ended, Argo was once more deep in the Marseilles territory alter com- pleting a series of passes. ARGO-MCHENRY Argo swept over lVlcl'lenry with ease. The varsity scored three touchdowns in the lirst quarter. Alter Sandham, Lecek and Gina- lick had crossed the last white line in the lirst quarter, Coach Johnston replaced the whole squad with the second team, which scored a touchdown. Jimmy Demitriu, a lvreshman, scored in the fourth quarter. Gina- lick kicked three extra points and Rehm one. As Coach .lohnston preferred to give the second team more experience, he allowed the varsity to play only live minutes during the last hall. ARC-O-MASON IC HOME Un a muddy, windy, rainy day, the Maroons trampled over the La Grange squad. ln a game of lurnhles Argo heat Masonic Home 53-6. Touchclowns were scored hy Ginalick, l.ecek, Williams, Leon- hart, and J. Demitriu. Coach Johnston again used the second and third teams during the second half to give them experience. ARGO-PULLMAN A smashing last hall rally gave Argo a 19 to 6 victory over the Pullman Tech. Ginalick's line plunging and his consistent right loot scored all the points for the Maroons. This player kicked two lield goals l rom ahout the 20 yard line in the last quar- ter of play. The Tech. team had a 6 to O lead at the half since they hadg. scored once. The hard charges of the line and the short dashes of the hacks cinched the game in the third quarter. ARGO-KELLY lt was in the lirst half of the Argo-Kelly game that Captain Matti' Ginalick and Charles lueonhart scored touchdowns for Argo. Ginalick kicked the extra point. The lvlaroons were handicapped hy the lact that Lecek was unahle to pass hecause of an injured shoulder: instead, the team used a harrage of end runs, cut-hacks, oll tackle plays, and a lew passes, which Kelly couldnyt stop. Nvhile Kellyss defense was set for Lecekls passes, he crossed them up with his sharp, cut-hack, and open lleld running. 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Mike Dcmelriu. islevlfmailz Matthew Ginaliclc, James rule, Lhesler Raclcow, Vincent IOITIIJSUD, John Dilnles, Paul urn, Anton Kuzel, Arthur UTIIISICI. THE A CLUB OBIECTIVES To esloofish and mainlain Clean am! goof! sporlsrnunship. To create an active interesl for alhfelicfs in school and ctommunily. To support all worlliy eciucalioriul projecls of the school. ATHLETIC CODE A F- AIways Be Courteous To Visitors R f- Razz Not Your Qpponents C - Give AII Ahilities To Vv'in O - Qrderhness Is Next to Gocilincss OFFICERS President flst somesterj Matthexv GinaIiCI: President f2ncI semesterl Mike Lamhert Vice-president fist semester? Mike Lambert Vice-president f2ncI semesterj Matthew Ginalick Secretary, James Lecelc Treasurer, John Dames FOOTBALL IUNIOR VARSITY LETTERS A. Bond, B. Boldman, T. Bruno, J. I3urCIa. J. Clinnin. J. Czelr- aIa, J. Demetriu, S. Duncan, L. Genesen, XV. Gowgiel, A. Haplce, F. Johansen, D. Learner. T. Pappas, Polak, A. Rehm. I. XViIIiams, VV. Yerlcovich, S. Zionco, Lamhert, C. Anderson, XV. Poston, N. Jannite, J. Fanos, R. XVesoIowsI4i. J. IVIaIrowsIry, P. Johanon, IS. Bender, Maxfer, XV. Kester, Susicfh, Tomicih. BASKETBALL IUNIOR VARSITY LETTERS P. YarmoIuIc, R. XViIIiams, N. Van Vossen. XV. KowaI, J. Burda, T. Ceropstcy, A. Rehm, L. XVahI, D. Learner, XV. YerIcovich, F. Johanson. MINOR A's FOR SWIMMING D. Sandham, J. CzeIcaIa, E. Martin, NV. Gowgiei, C. Lamhert, NV. Yerliovich, H. Reinhardt, XV. Bender, J. Maver, R. Zum, Korenchuk, D. Learner, E. Rasmussen, M. Janchenlco, A. Leonchik. M11 BASKETBALL 1936-'37 SpeciaI recognition to the spIendid pIaying and Iine sportsman- ship dispIayed by the Argonauts during the games of the district basket- baII tournament was given at speciaI assembIy March 1. After con- gratuIating the team upon its good record, IVIr. Wingo spoke to the student body of the fine report he had received on his return from the educationaI meetings at New 0rIeans concerning the IavorabIe im- pression made by Argo High during the tournament games. IVIr. Wingo is more than pIeasecI with the compIiment paid the schooI by Mr. ByerIy, principaI of the West Chicago High SchooI, who remarked that he was especiaIIy impressed with the exceIIent sportsmanship of the Argonauts and the many I7oIIowers of the game. Mr. ByerIy was manager of the tournament. In a brief summary of the tournament games Coach Johnston brought out that the boys, who were at the peak, pIayed reaIIy good basketbaII and that it took a Hhotn Downers Grove team, overcoming a ten point Iead in the fourth quarter, to defeat the Argo pIayers. HI am weII satislied with the showing our boys madef, said Coach Johnston. HI feIt sorry for them when they Iost the FinaI game, but the Argonauts gave their best and that is aII we askf' The Argonauts IeII before the sharp shooting Morton Quints March 5 in the curtain raiser of the regionaI toumament at York Hig SchooI, Elmhurst. The FinaI score was 55-9. The strong defense of the Vxfest Siders, Morton, had Argo hemmed in from aII sides, prevent- ing them from scoring I:ieId goaIs. E421 Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo Argo VARSITY SCORES 21 ............ Univ. High 30 ........... Thornton Fr. 29 ........... BIue IsIand 25 ............ I'IindsdaIe 28 .....,...... N-apcrviIIe 19 ........... Riverside 23 ........,,.. Bowen 18 ...,v...... Kelly 25 .......,... Bowen 28 .,.......... Masonic 'I'Im. 20 .........., BIoom 23 ........... Lemont 42 ............ Riverside 30 .....,...,,, Bloom 25 ..........,, Masonic I'Im. 29 ............ Lemont 54 ............ AIumni 45 ............ KeIIy 31 ........... Benesenville 56- .......... GIenbarcI 28 ............ Downers 9 ............ Morton 55 ..........., Univ. I Iigh 16 is I4 I7 26 22 27 29 18 29 26 14 27 36 31 so I8 29 25 24 53 55 oe BASKETBALL ARGONAUTS THE GIR LS' ATH LETIC A SSOCIATION mug I-I PIII if IX I I 1 Illl I LIIIIIIIII III: iI I I I IXIIIII-Iif' X IIII I I "bi gm Q I vu' x I vw' I 1I'Il5 II I- I mu ' :IH mr' Iv ' ,,5 zmf' g.I II IIFI 1 In 5 Ill Im, mlc-ls-fl Ill IIIIIIIII :III III: IIIII-III-fI4m1'N, In' Ining, 0 IIIII I may In- IIIKIIIIIH I I Imn :III In IIIIXIII III I rl In III Imp I n IIIII II I IIIIIII I I . H' Ii I fu aI arIur in G. A. A. OFFICERS 1936-37 Iyrvsiclvrnl ..... . . . I.urcIIn I:crry XWIIFK'-f?l't'SIIlL'lII . . .... ,IIIIII-l IIIIIIII 5l'f'l'l'It1I'vV ..... . II-Inry ,I. IIIIcIc-IIQI Iirvusurur . . . .... IIIIIII- f0IIiI'I4 Fpulzmr ....... .. . Miss INIOIH Husilzuss IXIIIHIIIIM' .,..... . . IIrsuIaI fIllc'Iu-I .Issislul1I IIHSIIIVSS IXIUIIKISIOI' . . . . . 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IIQIYIIIVIS II r'- I The Girls, Athletic Association started activities of the year on September 14, with an open meeting, followed by a hike after school to the forest preserve. The best part ol this hike was cooking supper over an open tire. As soon as the football games started, a committee of G.A.A. members took charge ol' selling admission to the games. By the end ol the season they had increased the athletic fund considerably. Early in October a party was held in the gym, with all new girls interested in joining G.A.A. as guests of the members. These new girls were told how they could get to be members and were soon busv working to get enough points. On Oct. 24, twelve members went to Proviso High in Maywood lor Play Day. They had a wonderful time and delicious luncheon, too, they met many jolly G.A.A. members of other schools around here. The tall after-school activities consisted ol field ball and volley ball, out-of-doors when the weather permitted. ln Dec. this gave way to basketball, practices taking place dur- ing the 5th period and on Friday mornings from Dec. lst until the end of March. One of the most successful parties in the history of the organization was the Christmas Party given on Dec. 18 lor members only. There was much entertainment and Santa Claus was there with bells on. The program included a piano solo by Lillian Savage and a humorous play about Santa Claus, enacted by Mary Hodelka, Stella Wielechowski, and Maria Hirtzer. Patricia Pechnik and Virginia Dahms sang solos and Jackie Schultz gave a reading, "The Murder ol the Potato Bugf' Lillian E451 and Loretta Ferry played a piano duet, and Miss Mohr told an interesting story, "Hor- acef, Renee Stone, playing Santa Claus, distributed gilts to the girls while refresh- ments were being served. January buzzed with initiation plans, and linally on January 21, thirty new members were brought into the organization. Groups ot G.A.A. members put on numerous stunts at the home basketball games. The organiza- tion sponsored the chartering ol buses to take students to out-of-town games. The February meeting ol: the organization ended in a splash party in the pool. Those who went in had a wonderful time. Many ol? the members helped to make the Junior Fiesta a success bv participating in the cor- onation ceremony and the water pageant. ln March the G.A.A. took part in the State Telegraphic Basket Shooting Touma- ment, held an interclass swimming meet, played an interclass basketball tournament, and held a Mother and Daughter Tea. The G.A.A. supports all activities of the Argonauts. A BASKETBALL AND TENNIS FOR GIRLS The girls, interclass haslietlaall tournament games are the only games girls play during the season. There are ten on each team, picltecl hy a committee ol memhers. It is a rouncl-rollin type ol? tournament, with the championship ,going to the team that wins the most games. Competition is lceen, especially during the class contests he- tween sophomores and juniors. An elimination type tournament is helcl in girls, tennis. Matches are played alter school on the school courts. VI-he winner re- ceives a pin, awarclecl lay GJXA. BASKETBALL Freshman Team lunior Team Glaclys lVlarl,ensen I Ielen Duhinlta lVIarjorie lVIarshalI Miriam Ilaplce .loyce Vxfetherholt Xvynema Coomer Elizabeth Baricovich Isucille Vxfilson Marie Rohm Virginia Statt Frances 0,Brien Margaret Uriclc lrene Kurcz Minnie Iiumlaer Dorothy Ulszewslci lVIarie Johanon Sophomore Team Senior Team Ursula Guclcel lvlary Grzelalcowslti Loretta Ferry Elvira Barrett I.uwella Kromray Frances Chepuran Eleanor Olszewslci Janet Hater Gerry Schultz Lolita Marotzlce Edith Enloe Florence Brower Jaclcie Schultz Angela Traczylc Sophie I -onas Susie Johnson g umm. ... i TENNIS A Popular Sport al Argo High MISS Pl lll.l.ll'S INSTRUCTS 1-iiiii .1- 177 I461 - 1-l-11 NlIfIfXl S .XRT IQXIIIIBH' l METAL SHOP XXVC'ilI'l"XX'llIlf'SSll1Qilll Onormous Qrowllm ill llw svlmcwl lnlmmlory is il llc-liinilv vmnmlrilmll- llu' usvs lor an vvvr il1m'1'c'i1si11g vuricly ol lion lp llw ggc'm'ri1l K'illlI'illl0lI ul amy imlivi- llli'lillS. Lmwlf-flgv ol llw C'l1Cll1li'ill ml cluul. lt is willm am llIl1ll'I'SlilINllIlQ ol llwsv pllysiml propvrlics ol llwsc' mvluls, plus il lnvls llml llu- pupils ol Argo lliglm im' pru- prznf'lif'ul npplivalimm ol llml lmowlvclgv in Si'Ill0ll willm an mursm- in gum:-1'a1l mc-hal work. ART CLASS TIN- lwwly'-orggmaixvcl url vluss spoqnsorvcl Two nvw rc'pmcl1u'liuns ul pamulings lump fm 4-xlmilmil ol lHU.lAL'IJVOfllll'llOllS ol lumous in llln- url muln, purc'l1z1sc'ml willl ilu- IHOIIVF' palinlingjs wvvlg ul flvlulwr IU. llIlXlllCll'Cl llw class l'ilI'HCfl spollsawing llw cxlmilmil. lmvy' wvrc' worlis ol llw IIlilSlf'I' ol llu' llilllilll. urn" lllunlwl ol Nrmv. ML l1UllllSl',il IW-ly l rc-mlm. l'.llQlTSl1,l'll'HllSll. llulvlm, mul ,xnwrl winlor woucllullcl svcm' willm lvluc slmmlmvs. umm Sflwwlg ul gqrl, mul Hljlmnlom Q EIIIYUIL lay ,'Xmi1'l4, al pin' lllfl' lylllfill ul l1is wprlis, am lmliam Si'ill1'll Q. Xf X' ,,.,,,l,l-, . V N V I. . . . 1 UIUIUH fm WMU V115 1-UNT-1 flfill Ill 11 cfnnov bllllylllgj lus 1'c'llcw'lnm In ilu' am ol ilu- cxlmilnl - xx'a1lc-rs ol llll'1'ilIlf'Ull. COURSES NEW TO ARGO HIGH THIS YEAR IIT NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY CHARACTER l helieve in character as essential to the highest type ol' scholarship. l hold that no intellectual achievement, however lceen or clever, is worthy ol deep respect unless it goes hand in hand with accuracy, reliahility, honor, humility, tolerance, and truth. SCHOLARSHIP l helieve in the joy ol study, the delight ol acquaintance with hoolis, the discipline of dili- gent learning, and the re-discovery of the world ol nature and of men through an open mind. SERVICE l helieve in service, that it is the privilege and responsihility ol the enlightened memher cl' any society to minister with lcindness and understanding to the needs ol' the less fortunate in talent or in opportunity. ' LEADERSHIP l rejoice in the hurden of leadership which scholarship, character, and service lay upon me,- tor l helieve that my torch should light others to lives ol greater heauty, richer joy, and fuller service. H81 Four juniors and Five seniors were awarded the highest honor that Argo Community High School bestows, memher- ship in the National Honor Society, during formal induction at assembly March 25. Students so honored are: seniors f-' Estelle Homlco, James Lecelc, Matthew Ginalictc, Paul Ganzar, and John Dames: juniors - Ruth Muchow, Mary Hodellca. Stella Wieiechowski, and Willard Laatz. Principal speakers at this very impressive induction cere- mony were three seniors who were awarded membership dur- ing their junior year. Gerhart Guclcel, highest ranking student schoiasticauy, gave the introductory remarks: Emily Stopyra, senior class president, spoke on scholarship and serviceg and Lorraine Ploszelc, who in April represented the high schools of this state at Vxfashington, explained just what is meant hy character and leadership. It was in 1928 that the Argo Community High School re- ceived its charter and hecame the Aidos Chapter of this honor society that recognizes enthusiasm for scholarship, desire to render service, worthy leadership, and the development of character. Selection of students for this society is made hy memhers of the faculty who have heen directly associated with the students. They rank each senior on the four cardinal principles of the National Honor Society, and in this way a fair rating is obtained. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY P491 SHUTA lAchieve by Working5 IIONORARY IIUNIQ ICCXONUINIICS 1XIl'lIl,IIUfS Mary ,I. Hmlc-ILH, lfslm-Hv ,f. llfmmlm, Rvpim- Svurnlun- jku. fxullu-rinc Cxiwk. Swphic- lmmus, Umwwllmy Ruvslw. Slffllil Xviclm-c'l1uxx's1Qi. llclvn Mol", N11--iw -iw 'un Y, . . . 1 :L ll :cl Hr,,lf 11. Nlmm Hlrlvcr. IZICRIIIUI' Bfwrlc-c'Lv1'. HONC URXXRY .IOL 'RN,Xl.lSN IXIUIHIJOVS Ixmnnum X fm X fmssvn. XX illurcl lumix. Rullm Nrlvlmmv. ,Xmm lilwl, I4-slor Xvnlml, Mary .l. llmlc-llm, l.4mm:w I'lUm-L, IillXVill'Kl liulluvlx, Xvzmllur liigglllu. 'Hwums l5lm'k- wvll. Xvulvric Munn. Hxflhlll' llurinski. lfmily Sltbllyfil, Uvr- fmrl c1ll4'l4K'l, fxlllllll Kuyvl. Qulu. and sckou. WE HONOR Tlircc mgzmifalions at Argo lligll, scvoncl only to ilie National llonor Soficly, arc llwc National Tliespians, lm ziry clramziiifsg Quill anil Scroll, lion " ' ' Slniia, lmonomry lim f nor- omiy journalismg ancl nc economics. NATION AL THESPIANS HC DNORARY DRA MA'I'iCS Plumbers Ari, Diirinslxi, Cailicrinc Cisclq, llnrolcl Goncson, l.orcll,a1 l.IIC'lIOXYSlil. Paul Cunxnr, l.orriiinc Plosxclq, Gcrliart Ciirlicl. lislcllc llolnlio. Clwesicr ljiirlm, Victoria Kiirvz. I lXlnrggui'cl ljilvlw. llllyllis ljowlw, lvliiricl Colrlslinc, Xvillaiil Lzmiz, Anclrcw l-c-onclwils, Valcric lxlunn, Ruth lxliivlnow. Rcncc Slonc, Clmrlcs ,loncs, Allrccl Grillilll. 5313 Q 5 'P .3 Q ff? W , A Q K 5 W ' 5 M I TJ K 72 E Y , fKf"'W fl - X A.m,2af-iff!-'M""'Q"h' ' ea... ., 2. ... , f A M N ' my' 'A JFS f gl ff ,Q 8 5 ,5 A HM ,f l gk X . A g A L - f ' ig at 9 I ..g LK fig hg.- . , F A ,wif .Q any gf V X , V 1 ' Qf -5 Q is gm ww Q my E x RQ :N J f 11122: -'41xL.- x A Q ff ffifff " 335' W - CIIII' I 5I'I'Yl' IIN I SPIN I' ..IIg .IINI IIN' Img I HNIII' mx I I I .III IIIIIIINII III! S UIISIIB' IIS I SIIIHAVII IIIS SIIIYII S ll' 'I H IPIIIIN III IIII' mr. IIN' msI'c'Is III IIN' IN'III. IIN' I'I'aIsI1 III xx'.III' 'III IIN II I-IIIIII-II QINu'I'4 IIN' YI QIIIIIQ UI XXIIIII III IIII' II'I'I'S, ill I .Im KYIIII IN'QmI In' IIN' 4fIIlI IINII Ixllmxf HN' In IIN' I'I.IIIIl III xxINI'Is Im HIV QIN'c'I4 I IXIIIIXX III! IIIIIIIIII, XII ilII IIIPII IIII' IIIX' I1I'IbIIII'I'i' I Illll III! I1IIN'r III IIN' IN'sI IINII ls III IINm .IINI IIIIX :III IIIIIIIIN III IIII IN'fI IIN II If III Illl, I .mm III IIII'Ill .IINI IIN'x' QIIAI' III III! Im I .nm IIII' IIISIVIIIIIUIII III IMI I III .III'Slf HONORARY AWARDS IN MUSIC To recognize anrl enrouragge outstancling stuclents in music, emblems are awarclerl on tbe basis ol' lour points - namelyl Ifnrollinr-nt in soy, ot tbe music courses. Freslirnen P- 4 inrb Iyres Ilassing ggracles in tluee otber subjects. Sopliomores -- 4 incb lyres Avoiclanre ol' more tban two misclemeanor slips. Iuniors - 6 ineb lyres Cooperation witbin tbe cleparlment. Seniors P- 6 inrilr Iyres lcbenillel CGOPERATION - SCHOOL ACTIVITIES - PUBLIC DEMONSTRATIONS Foollmll Games ,Iancl llrurnulirt Ijroiluvlions Qrebestra Duocleeimette Soviul Funvlions .lazz Qrebestra Girls, Trio toys, Quartet lnstrumental Quartet llusbelbnll Gaines .jbancl Senior Crirriiiiul. Class Driy uml Pliysiful lfrluvulion Sliow Qrrbestra Girls, Cleo Club Boys, Glee Club .Iazz Qrfliestra IISSOIIIIPIQ7 pfflflraffls Orcbestra Cornrneneerneni Exercises Qrcfbestra Boys, Quartet Piano Class Instrumental soloists Vocal Soloists Tl1L1lI,QSQIl7tTI,Q Program Girls, Glee Club Qrelaestra Coinmunily Clirislrnus Girls' Glee Club Igoys, GIUCX CILII3 Qrrbestra Duoclerimette Boys Quartet ill irl-XV inter Reviews Jazz Qrebestra Girls, Trio Boys, Quartet Instrumental Quartet Spring Qperetlu Qrvbestra Girls, Glee Club Itoys, Glee Club voral Soloists Corrzrrzerivvrrrent Concert Qrrbestra Girls, Glee Club Boys' Glee Club Piano Class 'Ibeory Classes l Duocleeimette 'W' H' MUSIC iw DliP.'XR'l'iNiIiN'l' PlC'l'URliS preceding Pages Baml Inrllvlflual Instruvtlo Orr'bL'sIra Duoclecinu-tte CirIs' Glue Club Ilus Page Boys' Glec Club OUTSTANDING ASSEMBLY PERFORMANCES The Sheperd of the East Mr. George Elias drew parallels between his experiences as a sheperd and those we meet in every day life. Just as sheep always recognize and follow the voice of their shep- herd, so today we follow our leaders-our statesmen, our parents, and our teachers. The American Legions Plan to End War Mr. Theodore Stone delivered the Armis- tice Day address. Muriel Goldstine and Paul Ganzar read poems, Kipling,s HReces- ionaln and nl Have a Rendezvous with Deathf' Tunes of 1918 were sung by the student body. Taps were sounded by Emil Plalcovic. A Bargains a Bargain A one act comedy was presented the day before Thanksgiving. Cast: Monteys wife, Muriel Goldstineg her friend, Renee Stoneg a young business man, Francis Clements, his friend and Claras husband, Harold Geneseng a friend of Grace and Clara, Eliz- abeth Woodallg and her husband, Raymond Wanner. Agriculture Mr. Vettericlc, spealcing at assembly on January 15, gave an account of the effects of the depression on our basic industry. Air Mr. Trexler and Harold Genesen were in charge of a series of demonstrations and explanations about air at assembly January 22. Henry Tom supplied the hu- mor. Life of Lincoln Anton Kuzel lectured and showed slides depicting the life of Lincoln. Lorraine Plos- zelc and Willard Laatz gave readings con- cerning the great American. The student body sang songs of Lincolns day. S God Winks Anton Kuzel gave an outstanding per- formance on February 19, when he played the leading role in this one act play based upon an old manys loyalty to Washington. Qthers in the cast were Lucille Wilson, Margaret Fitch, and Willard Laatz. Miss Bergan directed the play. Be Yourself Dora Students of the commercial department, directed by Miss Hendershot and Mr. Zbor- niclc presented this one act play. Cast: Catherine Ciselc, Florence Sczesny, Miriam Haplce, Lawrence Abeling, Milce Demetriu, and John Maes. Miriam Haplce and Milce Demetriu played the leads. Individual Performances Especially good numbers were given at various assemblies by the following students: Renee Stone, usmiliny Thruu fthis was per- haps the outstanding individual performance of the yearlg Phyllis Downs, readings, Jac- queline Schultz, readingsg Millicent Sloboda, accordion solosg and Joe Palermo, accordion solos. Some Facts About Corn Mr. Franlc Glotfelty, superintendent of the Corn Products Refining Company, gave a most interesting account of tlic many uses of corn at assembly on April 9. Mr. Menzie, chief chemist, also gave a short tallc. ' IQWKYIS f,f,,mW M W, M ., ,M ww 9,6 we lf, Mi my-...M V. 66902 xiflxk gow "ff"' A QL'Yg 'LA,. . ww' T A F30 p - Y I -Q vaumwlx E mm mi aww im Div? ,H ,mega Swv L. f an h WOW, , W 055 ' 1, v , ,X , H, bg received with in a largemeaxsure not unix slum!! Emi welcurrfe her 1 dll S vtelmmt mums ll sf ou to feel but that vnu 511311 laying your own welcome with yr! 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JI: :S limi Silk-v by awuifxf.-ent Sinbad ,mt ,Omer "NL " - Sm.-G ,y k thx' ox " -51ar.f8,? Mayer. G' To ber-M maj STAFF LEADERS N Xviunrcl lifulz. c'clilor il1 c'l1in'l: X all-riq l'IilHl1. Kunz- lxnoll. fnrruinc IJIOSZCL' limilx ' v Tqlf-PPNYII. Mary I-loclvuiu, Rullx lX llI4'l1OXV OIT1 lJfur'lm'vU l4IOI'Clli'0 Svzvsnv, ljmillllw ilLlVlSOI'. Mr. fxuscmclu. V ' Quin! W ,Mm an Cf nkd rslty pack ifl 5 gheir were Y ererminf-d Q Iunivf x.. n C Iuss pre-fu-ming a for Shun" hr audience in hr: affirm r ul row flrrrrd xfgr, :md llenr 0 wok .1 fam- mrz m Yr .V .VOUDK U nrtray three ms. and RIN LEADERS IN P xx X 1 1 lffliio um FIILIVL XX I XXI lmlr U Ngrmall K N limi' I LH 3 H If I R F00tbal1 WlEIElNlL5YG'2,NlfXERS V 'w Qur .. U. xunuu x, f y ff yu X sgxwx x.pM,.,,N X.. Ct EXtrq?F X 591111 1 . ' t Copy , I ' 'Xtra' "H:-f,,. ,, , I 'Qi' fxfmmfw Ii'iQsJZ:1gtf,mhns N P NX,.4ifv..,, I H F I - reggdf-,H , - . ut fy M r p ay - of any :S tt: 9 Qzmpq m,wwgi1L'l116d! 119 15: !3j"C'Rfrf'.sA Wk , he-auditorium Friday. sigh :1 great orgagizgzg woydj x mr 4"VY'1?'hr4 Lm'k"'Xl1?,m'l I MS' ' - . on. gg - 7 xl . , .f v, Iglhgszrghv as :he ,Hass ffm' U51 51:13, mf ,,,.,Ur ' 3 ,A sf A .- M quom u m eustaqcevz mm A .ef,5,,, , ."0W.V0urc11riQ,gi,.. - ently M.. hisisajl Hauswa resign-1, D vol' Pre nr was un 'ff Chvsze Second to T710 was -sidenq L ALL R wowan Wow had Y' w ff, Basketball 12-vu Blnrkwe-II V S n wannfa nauve ofthat umm. When Grranium. the funk, rroumi, he sneaks "l'nirf! Afx, Dvdpqc hrlirrvd 1 Argo, illinois, November D Q U E Community A1120 ,on its ms! n nt M ve mid sffwg fs fm Dfw Vnfhird Yu N2 rgo Hugh Lxghts 1 Va1'sifYAH'1f1"f Thmf' ' K Xyuqf Ik-psrrxm-1 tu! X I 1 K sf lx Victories f, wzfpwwfffmfU1"Uf"U""" , IiIRflY'4' If i ' NNXX. 5 rpm' MWA H 'ln is lg 1 Nz-phw Lmms vvrtmzllv has az K K yawn I ,,....-A,...:,..-nm.: v V f X f g,,. .1-N mv-fm ITJ IIPLFU FUN PROGRE' The Noon Hour ft' Irl H Iuka 'Vw' tha: :he co RHYME MARCHES ON Vv'ith the Football Queen Contest diversions began A high score for Sophie the others out ran. There dawned an exciting, successful ball season, The squad winning 9 out of 10 for a reason. lt was at this time we presented a play Memories of its fun will stay 'er and a day. At the Halloween party our Sophie was queen. We all, marched and we danced '- best party we ve seen. For the football boys dinner was served in November The guests were the Dads, and the squad, yes, each member. 'Then soon baslcetball started a new liind of contest: ' Lil Collins, a sophomore, was soon named the highest. The junior play of dramatic ability gave a sample, Which should set future juniors a live wire example. ln the second semester came Junior Fiesta All the juniors were right, there was no need siesta. Time flying, the HA" Club spring banquet soon brought, For which invitations by each lass were sought The upperclass banquet, the event of the year, Produced joyous seniors, giving juniors a cheer, The graduates published the school Argolite, Filled with fact, deed, and photo, the students, delight. , Then as all happy days have a big grand hnale, 'lhe seniors, last party made everyone jolly. 7 WW! 'f-:F T24 2 7 2 7 7 WAX! XNRXXQWQ To then dass sponsors, Mkss Broom and Mr. Cod, the senkors dedkcate thks sectlon Rn recogrmkon of then iriendw asskskarwce given Throughout Wwe veal W THE IUNIOR PLAY PllII.l.lP FOR Sl IORT Lerirling riiliten , ,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,....,,,, Vvillaril l,anlz Phillip: liimsvlf , ,,,,,.......,, Andrew l.f-onvlrilq Henrys sislui' .,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, X 'alerie Mann Henryls wife ,,Y,, ,,,,,A l .uville Vvlilson Purity League ,, W Plryllis Downs Axlillllltf-lllrlklll' ,,,,,,,,, lxlargaret l"itf'l1 Nviglilfor ,,,, ,,,,,,, l larold Genesen II0ltl'j'YS roism L W ,,,,, Rullx lXllll'llONV Tlie cook ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, . lulin Collnc-rt The servunl ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,v, C ilrarles ,Innes Plrillipys suiixunt Allred Grilntlr Mplrillip For Slmortn is a voinedv, a love story 'md a myster ID 4 M 4 , , t 'y. tlenry odgeglvlaylield s leading ritizen, is lilled with rage lueeause ol tlle antirs ol 'X 1 X ' ' r ' l is su enteen year old sister lmetty xvllo lwas l llle ' . , . i -n in love witlr a Yellowstone guide. Joseplline, luis wille, sides xvitlm Betty wllen lolr ' " ' ' ' next c oor. Vlqlie p enry ord in-law, and Clarence Dean Totlleridffe, a ' la d Phillip lVleGratl1 love. up in and d I E111 Phitti also . 'olis servant, a eocldigllt Ylr. Dodge Jlwillip, who p is mistalie 'or Clarence ers liar to tall in love witli Allred Dude' tl la . 10 oy lot tliielxens wl lVl'.XV' ' ' ' 5 ten rs rggins tl'1Cll'lCVlti1lJlC motl1er- ,, is inguis e autlnor, arrive. is tl1e Yellowstone guide witll wlrom ljetty is in Spasm, and tlae Dodge s dignified loutler, are mixed that llenry tries to lorealc up. Tlme place is raided and Samuel escape. Closelv lqelrind come Spasm stays at tlae Dodge luome and complicates matters. n lor Prince blctGowan, a notorious gangster, and ,, Dean lotlieridge, a writer. Geranium, tlre coolc. S l is eatclming on to tlrat lxflr. rl otllerid lrienc wlxo is ol! lllettvls deeply in l pasm, wio-masquerades as a native Aluyssinian ge lras lqrouglit witlr liim lrom Almyssinia. .lane. il is deeply in love witla Allred, tlwe laov next door ove witli Betty lgotli ol tltem try tovrnalv I5 tt V . , ,V 1 Q 'e e y notice Allred! lay pretending Allred lilqr ,l' ' 4' ' cs ane. ll1e outcome is tlrat Jane and Allred lil ' '- " ll in love. It all straivlmtens wlie Cl U ,s , -n arenre s ean Vllotlleridge turns out to be n l ' ' ' 'V ' ' o more tlan just a Y ellowstone guide. t60l THE SENIOR PLAY I IOT COPY Uuvicr, small town newspaper .... Paul Ganzar Small town putilicifili ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Chester Durtm Xvadifs slurt reporter ,,,,,,,....,,,,, Harold Genesen qim' qirl rvporler ,,,,A,,..,. ,,,,,,,.. C alherine Cisek Lorraine Ptoszet: bill QCIIOOI-Ylllllll of Vvade ,,.,,, Gcrhart Gucttct Hard-,foiled printer ......,,......,..... Victoria Kurcz Sharp-u'iHvd girl ,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,..,.,, Q im ,,,,,,.,,,,..,,,,,.. Loretta I.LlChOVVSlxl . ocivly wont Colorful messvriger ,Joy , ,.,,., .... A rltlul' Dllrlnshl ' Estelle ttomtgo Keys campaign manager ,,,,,,,,,.,. ood Kenneth Xvade wants to run a good newspaper in a g town. But it he prints the news he ought to print, a crootced potitician Witt ruin him. The pressure is territic, hut Kenneth Xvade tights the tight of his lite with the hetp of a cottege girt, a high school girt, and a young wise-cracking reporter, who writes :Shot copyf, Vxfhen the pressure is the heaviest, a mysterious puhticity hound who has heen pestering them suddenly hecomes the guardian anget who saves the day, hut not hetore there .das heen ptenty ot comedy to tighten the rising tension. Romance, taughter, conttict, are woven together up to the hig hroadcasting scene in the third act, which, directors assure us, always goes over hig. The ptay aoounds in ctean comedy. epigrams, and some of the funniest news dispatches ever. Every ptayer scored in this remartcahty wett-hatanced cast. Paul Ganzar and Chester Durtia enacted their inirnicat parts to perfection. Harold Genesen and Catherine Cisetc proved their seasoned worth as cooing doves. So did Gerhart and Victoria. Lorraine Ptoszetc, Loretta Luchowstei, and Estette Homtco made their dehute as perfect actresses in moods typicat of the character portrayed. Art Durinstqi played perfectly a Stepin Fetchit part. H311 SUSICH LIFE or Sfudenls are Punny that Way KING OTTO Header was a HAPKE IVIANN who Iived in PARIS in a castIe LE GRAND. A BARON said to the KING -- "I REID that your STOCK and BQND investments are going to the DICKINSQNN OTTO who was EATON SUSICH and DUNCAN GRAHAM cracIcers in his PQSTEN t the COOK says that cottee HARIVIS him, said -f USCHOIVIIG the Way to this BERG, and I shaII Ieave on IVIUNDAYT Un the Way to CHICADQ Hender met two PEARSONS Fighting over a HART throh. . HI-Ie is KOPPING my VALENTINBH said one. HI onIy KESPI-ER,H said the other. HWe want to BROWER URHAIVIIVIER. Can you LONAS it?H asIced the KING. HIt is hanging on the NVAIIL. IIAUSNVALD IiIce to go with me to get it? So they VVIAIJKER DQNVNS the When they got to the HAUSER, the BAKER Was frying FISHER in the SKEELUKE and aIso Chasing the IBROWN KURR who IiIced to CURL upon the KOTT with the BRQOIVI. AII of a sudden the dog hegan to LEPO and BARKER, the GANZER to GUCKEL, the GIESLER to KLUCK, the BUIVIBER hees and HORVETS to huzz, the BURDAE to Hap their NVINGQE and sing, the RQACI-Ies to run across the ftoor, and the young girI to CLAPPER hands. I'Iender cried, HI can,t stand thisI I WANNER go HQIVI- KO to my NATIVO Iandf, But no one couId hear the KING ahove the noise. EVERETT time he tried to speaIc the sounds came hy the GRQSS. At Iast OTTU found out what aII the excitement was ahout. The hired IVIANN was hringing LAATZ of HAFER the mys- terious MUCHOW who sounded IiIce she had the KRUPA. Hender said he did not enjoy this fun, and the maid said he HIRTZER teeIing. This upset the KING IVIOHR. He didnyt thinIc he couId stand it any Ionger. A Ioud hIast was heard far ahove aII the other noises. Vxfhen they turned ahout what do you thinIc happened? HENDERSHOT himseIfIII i621 HI-NOON I'Ii-Noon is a game period heId eac a a ro i e as hdy :Ag Hghth It minueso e unc I1 twenty t I th I I1 our. Under the supervision of Mr. Trex- I Ier and a student committee, cIasses compete with one another in var- ous contests. The committee appointed o g g t I t I arran e ames, sunls, am con csts 1 , avrence AIxeIing. - for II: Noon are I, r clCffIIfIInC SCIIUIIZ, Vernon KIucI:. and WiIIard Laatz. FRESHIVIAN BASKETBALL Freshman hasIcethaII is the Suh- structure of the winter sports pro- gram of our scI1ooI. Its primary purpose is to train the inexperienced athIete in the fundamentaIs of that game. It introduces the hoys to a ro ram o in erscI'roIastic atI'rIetics. is e rovin roun or e F t It g th p g g d I th future stars ot' our scI1ooI. BoIdman, ZioIIco, WiIIiams, and coIIeagues may some day carry the connotation home hy the names I the stars of today. GIANT CHECKERS AT HI-NOON FRESHMAN BASKETBALL MR. VAN EMAN, Coach LONG LIVE OUR FOOTBALL QUEEN! Dramativ Reader: Rcncc Stone. CQIIUCHZ Sophia Lonas: Ladies in wailing: Yalvric' Nlann, Palrifiia l,cr'l1ruic'k. Wfaric Rc-lun1 Captain of lalw lfoalmll Team: Niall Ginalickg SOPHIE LONAS! Rvprc-svnlalivvs ol' llmc Foolluau Vlqvamz ,IIIIIINY l.c'c'cI4, Ifrnvsl lxlarlin, Mivlmac-I Lalnlwrlg Horalnls: Richard Xvvsolowslii, Xvi I 'iam Poslong Pages: Hclcn Homko, lrcnc Kurczg ,LflllNlK'l,CfZ Emil Pfaleovivg Grovian Uanvors: Rila Uoycl, Franucs Hoff- man, Marin' ,lanniu-, Dorolalmy Alli- son, Ann IVIIIHCIZIY, Rosalie Paris: and Pianisl: Wluricl Gomslinv. Uv-11 CORONATION CQILRENONY l IALLOXYITEN l 'AlQ'l'Y TQ,-sffgl, 1 -wrr . .Wy ,,,, if ,jj1':j2-'fg.5xy-.5y:--,,,3333v.'73f: www- '-wh, 'Q i' S FOOTBALL QUEEN THEME IN VERSE nv. . ' .,' . A Representation in pantomime Given To Music VERSE I fBefore the curtain! fprelude! A sweet little maid oft dreamed as she played That she'd he a PRINCESS some dayg Attendants would stand Waiting for her command, And her court would he pompous and gayl So she danced through the hours, ,mid the tra- grance of flowers, That hloomed 'neath her lattice there, Childhood friends fond and true Pluclted the huds as they grew, And made a wreath for her hair. VERSE Il SCENE I A garden fC'urtain opens! flfnter, The Maiden,-Sophia! Though the years swiftly tIy, the same sunny slay Shines down on a garden suhlime, And a maiden so fair May he seen strolling there, Wand'ring haclc to her childhood climeg As she pauses to rest, in the place she Ioves hest, ljacla to childhood her memory swaysg Had those fancies come true XVas she living anew The dreams of her childhood days? fGrecian Dancers! VERSE Ill fEnter Ladies-in-VVaiting! fvaterie, Patricia, Marie! In silent review, old friends staunch and true, Appear in the garden gay, And they dance 'round her chair Mating wreaths for her hair, Much in the same old way, Stately poplars tall, loom over the wall, Casting shadows o'er vine-clad howersg 'Twas here 'neath their shade That this same pretty maid Had spent many carefree hours. fcurtain closes! VERSE IV fBc!ore the curtain! fprelude! Down through the years, 'mid their smiles and their tears, Childhood fancies still tirmly cling, And the friends old and new Remain steadfast and true As in chorus her praises they sing, Their voices ring out o'er the land and ahout, In accents of rapture and gleep , M J' For this is the day Childhood dreams have their way, As they Iive in REALITYI VERSE V SCENE II The Coronation lCurtain opens! ICORONATIGNI At the trumpetys loud hlare, hanners wave in the air, And the court assemhles 'roundg Amid stately array, And in regal display, Sweet SOPHIA is crownedg With this glorious sight, hathed in splendor so hright, Her radiant heauty hlendsg Now a maid that would he A PRINCESS, you see Is a QUEEN IN THE HEARTS OF HER FRIENDS! VERSE VI fCurtain remains open! Un the throne now is seen, a sweet, gracious QUEEN, Vxfith faithful attendants, three, And they stand hy her side Her commands to ahide, VALERIE, PATRICIA, MARIE: In pompous array, lovely ladies hold sway, As they govern our school-day realm, Would there not he chagrin If a TEAM couldnlli win With a QUEEN AND HER COURT AT THE HELIVI? VERSE VII fCurtain remains open! IFINALE! Lilte a lone heacon light, shining out in the night, The QUEEN and her LADIES fair, Hold the torch that will hurn For the goal that we yearn, And the team that is eager to darel So if dreams do come true, as the QUEEN says they do, Qur TEAM will triumphant he: Vxfith a trumpets loud hlare, Colors llying in air, XVe,Il he marching to VICTORYI I Curtain remains open! f'Queen and attendants lead the way to the gymnasium! Composed and iiI'I'B.I1ged MARY ALICE HENDERSHOT HAIL TO THE BASKETBALL QUEEN! Tlie impressive ceremony of the Coronation ol' tlie lgaslcetlgall Queen, Lillian Collins, tooli place February LILLIAN COLLINS! 6, tlic evening ol' tlle Junior ljiesta. Pages announcecl tlrc special lionor about to lie conlverrecl ancl tolcl ol' tlic importance ol' this occasion. ln the procession tlaat liollowecl tlierc were trumpeteers, a color lncarer, laclies in waiting, ancl Queen Lillian. ln a wlaite satin gown, the Queen was lneautilul incleecl, attenclecl lay 1661 her ladies-in-waiting, Virginia Dahms, .loyce Wetherholt, and Edith Enloe, who wore dainty, white tattqeta dresses. After presenting the honored one, the Archbishop asked it any were present to do her homage. HHail to the Queen of Argo Highlu came the response. The Queen promised to uphold the Athletic Code. ln return the Archbishop presented her with the Royal Whistle, the ensign ol queenly power and justice, the scepter of her loyal subjects. Queen Lillian promised to use the gift to enforce the laws of the basket- ball dominions so that Argo High might always keep its high standard. A gun salute was given as Lillian was crowned Queen. After the Argo Victory Song, one by one various repre- sentatives from school organizations paid homage. Represent- ing the basketball team, Matthew Ginalick promised to encourage the players and to be always fair-minded with opponents, the cheerleaders promised to increase the enthu- siasm among spectators for fine plays, Loretta Ferry, doing homage for the G.A.A., promised loyalty by cooperation with the A Club, the A Club, represented by Jimmie Lecek, promised allegiance to Her Majesty by spreading interest in all sports and by displaying good sportsmanship at all times: a student representative promised to root for the team in an accepted manner, and a Vxfeekly Maroon representative vowed to acquaint the public with the accomplishments of the team and to lend support at all games. , The Queens jesters, six boys in minstrel show dress, then came forward and added a note of gaiety to the occasion. Taking part in the black-Faced show were Anton Kuzel, Jimmy Lecek, Art Durin, NValter Yerkovich, Charles Leonhart, and Harold Genesen. Inviting everyone to share in her great happiness, Queen Lillian said that it was her wish that everyone have a merry time at the Junior Fiesta. Miss Steadry and Mr. Johnston, junior sponsors, arranged the coronation ceremony. HAIL T0 HER LADIES-IN-WAITING! .QA VIRGINIA, IOYCE, EDITH i671 TU we-SQ Q-. ,- Billy NCXCIIS is an mnlslumling I-I'l'ShlI1ilIl - Irv: Qfvnivk, Xynlvru- 5IiUlH. ulul Blurgc lxrhim, H10 rlHlH seniors - XXYEIITCII Uimmcrgg lwlcls Bonny l"u11clrm-y mm Tuul Yam full - You Ilillllk' llwsc lmys - Plcll is Pbillyls sislvl' - Tmnlny mivs ax pivllllk' willl fguvc Snpluiv - Tha' svlmul ullmlclvs go IIIIISHYII. 71110 svlnau' iriu srnilcs - 1'hc'so girls ngqmrvcdad hiknmg - ,flux nmsogniwihlv sqwmhvr qllurlcl - IFIUFCIHW lllvirn, fxcvclin mul Pmczmirim- pusc - filmcslcr Climl hiQI1 -1 SKISH' SIRI? is slulgqvvfl furlshlc- lhc' svluvol Ficlhi alul .Xrny' lry' lu hidm' fruzn tha- cwxnucru lrulurc SIHIDIIQJIIIKHIVS pow just In-I'm'0 lm-uvilmg gran svlwol. i681 3 . I 4 x E as f HTIIOUQII friends muy svaller far and wide Our lieurls will ever field The song we sung lo Argo lligli Xvfien youlh was slrorig and bold! H Jimmie, Stanley, and Andrew are sluown liere ust lmelore leaving grade scliool - Miss Broomys cur iolds six popular seniors - These girls prefer llie rear inlranve - Florence and Catherine Lalxe time oul or a good laugli - lxloxie llolds up the wall - A enior quartet - Adam falaovcl, Kowal, Dilllgerg, yappas, and Korenrzlmulq are gay alter lunch - 'lildred lxlalias is all dressed up with no place Lo go - A pair of cousins - Lillian Savage gels ller pielure alien. iw I It JINIIC Iit'ONOINIIl'S IiAS'I'IiIt I'AIt'l'Y FOR KII JI DIES REMINISCENCE I-et nie aIone so tI1at I Can tIiinI4 Over tI1e years witIm my c'Iassmates spent. IVIy eyesigI1t is cIim, Iuut my mind is c'Iear, 1XncI weII I rememIJer tI1at junior year. II was gay in seyentI1 Iwour study I1aII. IX'Ir. XIetterir'Ic sI1outecI UNO passes!! to aII, And IVIiss ReynoIcIs wouIcI acIcI curtIy, UNO, No. NUI Unve inore iI4 you wI1isper to tIie oIInir'e you-II V, go. y In sixtI1 periocI I1nQIisI1, IXIarge PIarsI1aII cIicI svream, "Iain XXf'mrI1t-II acIyising IIausie,s Shaving CTl'ilIl1II, IXIICI IIausie wouIcI say, HI Iuear whispering tt1ereI 'I4I1is IfngIisI1 hI4I1reeciertainIy gets in my I1airI'y In IJioIoQy IaIJ we nearIy QIICI smotI1er, Nose in one I1ancI, c'rayIisI1 in tI1e otI1er. XVe'cI turn all tI1e fish rigI1t insicIe out rXncI IaIvoriousIy cIraw tI1em, our tongues Iwanging outI IX'Iiss l'IOI1CICfSI'lOt, expIaining tI1e Iesson, wouIfI say, "All I1oIcI up tI1eir I1ancIs wI1o tI1inIc itIs tIus wayf And IIXDCIY I.eonctI1iIc wouIcI type during sI1orII1ancI In spite oI Miss HencIersI1ots warning Igelore- I1ancI. E701 InrIeecI it was Iun to get out tI1at paper XVitI1 QIear CI1arIie I.eonI1art Cutting a caper. XVI1en we were in news room, no one cIarecI sI1out, I,'ntiI tI1e cIoor c'IosecI IVIr. IfusenCIa to outI II'ear'I1ers asIqecI students to answer tI1e ques- tion, I rememtper ,IOITII saying, "Did we Iiave a Iesson? Gay were tI1e cIays competition was Ieeen As tIae stucIents eIec'tecI their basIQetIJaII queen. XX"II1CI'I NIary IiiIocIeIIQa was c'Iass r'I1atler- box, SIie wouIcIn't get angry, no matter wI1oIcI IQDOCIQ. rXnc,I during tI1e games we wouIcI sit tI1ere ancI Ireeze XVitI1 chattering teeth, witI1 Icnees Iqnoc5I4ing3 Imees. But we I1eIpecI I1oIcI that Iine ,tiII the WI1istIe, cIicI we, To eI1eer tIwe Iboys on to a reaI victory. UI1 gay are tI1e cIay at c1Iear Argo IiIigI1, XVI1ere we Ioye and Ieam and we IaugI1 and sigh. 'IwIWe cIays IIy Iny, a yeargs IeIt anyhow Come on, aII you Juniors, maI4e tI1e IJest oI it nowI FRESHMAN STATISTICS Best Looking . . . fxlost Popular . . lxfost Cheerful . . . lxlost Clever . . Best Line . . lvost Stuclious . Best Benavect .... lxfost Bastwfut . . . . Noisiest ........ txlost Dependable . . Mos: Allrlefio . . Bear Sport .... N'osl Enthusiastic .. Class Chatterbox . Best Dancer . . . txlosl Digniftecl . . . Brzglrzesf ...... lxlosl lxlusicat ..... txlost Accolnlnortating Class Pest ....... . . . . . . . Lrllaa Selasledr - Bruno Kowalko .. . Joyce Nvetlierluolclt - Dwain Galloway . . . . . . Arthur Gralmke H Ann Stimatz . . . Benny Kozlowski - Nvanita Paris . . . Frances Hoffman - Earl Clapper . . . . Joe Gowgrel - Mary Balreh . . . . . . . . . Mary Pollxo - Joe Tlaerlan Ricliarcl Xvcsolowslci - Gladys lfrelaer . . . . . . Tom Rulael - Estelle Drrrlra . . . Stanley Thompson - Mary Baron . . . . ,lrmmy Demetriu - Nlarie Rohm . . . . Steve Drrnean - Mildred Klawruer . . . . Alree Wlnrlro - Elmer Gipp . . r . . . Fern Lemlae - Bill Poston . . Ann Slreelnlre - Raymond Kalrctis . Beuy Neycns - Brlly Bender . . . lxlilliccut Slobocla - Edward Siroza . . . . . . . . Rudy lloar - Marie Pepe . . . Lawrence Cencsen - lvlrldred Kalryoda . . . . Arthur Kou - Dolores llernandez GYM CLASS AT WOIQK UU HuMoREsQuE Good money twe hopej was paid hy you lor this annual. Vxfe are reminded of the Scotchman who asked for hfteen minutes to give a ten minute talk so that he could stutter through the other ljive minutes. You should laugh and enjoy the dull thoughts that follow. All the stories were ohtained from reliahle sources, and most ot them are true-ol course, there may he a few exag- gerations. if you laugh now and then, call Hamhurger 1515 and tell us you,re enjoying the hest ot the year. Gerhart Guckel, the fellow with all the Ays, is seen here telling stalt' memhers that the jokes for the annual musn't he more than lvour years old. He likes to say, Hljrequentlyu to the students who take him away from his hooks with UHave you heard this one?H Before the desk are three who are listening to Gerhartys advice. Ruth Muchow, instead of listening, is still laughing over the way she talked Miriam Hapke into lending her a hlouse the day a picture was taken for the annual without a weeks notice. John Dames, who wore Mr. Gross, coat in the picture, Matthew Ginalick, who left Chester Durka shirtless in the locker room while said picture was heing taken, and Paul Ganzar, who was coatless until Mr. Hauswald showed that Sir Walter Raleigh has nothing on him, are seated listening to Gerharts plan for a higger and hetter annual. Paul, who is always interested in the Argolite, wants to know it Gerhart has carried out any of his ideas. Gerhart says that the janitor that when he removed the wastehasket. ,, , j A ?qeg3?zo ' auf? Nik i f T hey laughed when Beatrice Urick walked over to the piano. But they were right. Yes, sir, they were right. She couldn't lift it. So she decided to twang a poor tune anyway. After she hnished Eugene Bojanowski tin whitej asked her to go for a walk. When she demanded the what for, he replied, UDoctors orders, have to exercise with a dumh hell every dayf, The hoy at Eugene's right is John Czekala, who came to call on Bea. That night Bea made hiscuits lor him and he helped her lift them out of the stove. iff? ' A j ti, eil' Thomas Blackwell is the amateur photo- grapher of the school. Lawrence Aheling is seen here in his thirteenth attempt to get a good picture for the annual. The story goes that Janettas, the good-looking one, once said to Elmer Harris at ter Elmer had told him that there was no assignment, Miss Field was to lecture on Keats, "Atl right. But, say, tell me heluore we go in - what are keatsif' 1 .. I gg ect.: U' iff AKX fi Q, N .If X' KW as xl HAIL sweet graduationlu says John Str- zelczylc, Hlvve waited some long years to wear this cape, and now l can laugh at you juniors lor wearing the schools hall and chain lor another year. Hlszetsofy says Lola Gohr. XV hen she aslcs ilohn what he is going to do alter graduation he replies, Hxvonder how it happenedf, .a -hQ- . And now we ramhle to a school sojourn on a morning hellore the detested six weelts test. All we can snoop is that the hoy in the Center is Stanley Burda carrying Josie Durlcowslciys hoolis. The lad is Stanleyys larother, .loe. The candy was intended for his teacher hut soph says Hvxfhatys yourls is mine: what,s mine is all mine.U A liew days al ter the semester exams these six people were seen to congregate on the school campus. First is Lester Xvahl query- ing P. .lohanon, Ulilow lar were you from the correct answerf' Paul retorts, ml.4wo seatsf, Xvilliard Laatz was there, it is rumored. The other aslcs Bolo Zurn fthird lrom leltj it he got a haircut. laoh whispers, "No, Claire, l just washed it and it shranleu The one with hand raised, Tony Pappas, is strilting lor shorter hours. He thinlcs 50 minutes too longl The teacher aslced lrene Zellielc, how she would exercise the heart. She retaliated, Uljall in loved, and now sheys wallqing with Joe Clinnin-hevs not yet out ol, lcnee pants. She aslcs iloe, Uxvill you marry me. t le replies, "Do l loolc lilce a preacher? H We 'A . , H P LA. 'in lm f ' 6- mm Here, my dear Readers, is the principalls otlice. To Mr. XVingoys right is Chester liennieh, who was pinlc slipped lor aslcing who waters the hulhs ot an electric light plant. Unce he delined an optimist as one who lvalls lvrom the top ol a twetnty-story huilding and at each story shouts Hall right so lard, At our right is George tlanchenlqo writing hecause he said in history class, Mlqhey donlt have insane saylums in Arabia laecause there are no mad people thereln Uncjuote. lj. S. See that worm crawling out ol the apple. 'lihat is what happens to all hoolcworms. Qnd P. S. XVon't you laugh - this is humor. A , :X X V 1. . ' " ! . 'eg n. Q 'N' A AX .nv ' X55 Qs li Na? ,N Coacli Fred gives Coach Xvalt live reasons why the team will win. SWIMMING This year swimming piayed a part in the reguiar sports program. Two meets scheduled with other schoois showed that Argo has some reaiiy fine swimmers. in the First contest, with Mt. Morris, Argo won 50-25. The second meet was with Keiiy High at Keiiy in Chicago. The First team iost to the strong Kelly team 13-57, the Argo second team squared accounts hy winning 50-1 1. Boys representing Argo in the swim meets were Donald Sand- ham, John Czeicaia, William Gowgiei, Waiter Yericovich, Ernest Mar- tin, Ciair Lamhert, Mitcheii Janchenico, John Maver, Wiiiiam Bender, Hirschei Reinhardt, Rohert Zum, Andrew Leonchicic, Jacic Koren- chuic, Donald Learner and Edward Rasmussen. Mr. Vettericic arranged the meets. Donald Sandham, a most excellent swimmer, also showed up weii in diving. This hoy is certainiy tops. Three cheers for Donaidi Prospects are very good for a strong swimming team next year, and ieaders of athletics are iooicing forward to hoiding weeiciy swim meets. Outstanding among giris, swimming activities: water pageant tor Junior Fiesta, interciass swimming meet twon hy seniorsj, water may- poie dance fiviay lsti, and life saving ciass. Best giri swimmers: Janet Hater, Loretta Ferry, Sophie Lonas, Luweiia Kromray, Lolita Marotzke, Anna Stock, and Liiiian Savage. U41 One day in November sin- denis of eeenennes visited the Federal Reserve Bank, the Chicago Board of Trade. and the Merchandise ivi.-,ri . . I Lawrence Genesen is the fresh- man class president . . . Miss Mohr, Margaret Nowaicowsici. and Lolita Marotzice spend many hours on the tennis courts . . Jacicie Schultz and Luweiia Kromray are leaders in many G.A.A. activities . . . Thomas is up in the air again . . . Vincent Thompson is doing the sliong man act . . . Sandy gets it-andy to "hold that line" . . . A popular place at any pany is the refreshment hoolh. MEMORIES, Vw FOND AND DEAR CAMPUS FROLICS Y SEPTEMBER Another year began: scared freshmen, sophisticated sophomores, hi1arious juniors, and know-it-a11 seniors gathered once more for schoo1. The freshies Tooked so uncomfort- able a11 dressed up that the seniors teased them constantTy . . . Hoarse criesi Ye11s1 Strangling shrieks1 Running to the rescue, we found a senior trying to yank 011 a freshie,s necktie . . . The second week of schoo1 c1ass officers were e1ected. Mr. Johnston and Mr. Cur1 were on hand to quiet the junior riot . . . 1n physica1 geography on September 18, Mr. Vetterick asked the c1ass if heyd sti11 be ab1e to get air it he c1osed a11 the doors and windows. Ed, ua1ways jokingf, Rasmussen came back with, HSure, you forgot to c1ose venti1ator.U OCTOBER Qn October 1 the juniors had Hoor talks. Vince Thompson spoke on a ho1y subject'- Doughnuts and the bib1e . . . As six weeks tests drew near, Chester Durka brought Miss Reyno1ds an enormous app1e, the Targest one ever seen. Vv'e11, an appie a day keeps, etc., . . . Schoo1 was deserted on Qctober 12. Thanks to Co1umbus . . . Marge Marsha11 and Liz. Baricovich were among the 60,000 who heard Gov. Landon speak at the stadium on October 13. Resu1t: A faint idea of po1itics from the speeches and head co1ds from the rain . . . Ha11oween Stunt showg The Murder Mystery-Seniors, So1:api11io- Juniors, Age of Youth-Sophomores, Profes- sor Hokum-Freshman . . . Students cou1d hardly wait unti1 Qctober 16 for the Week1y Maroon. No Week1y Maroon. Reason? Fau1ty composing stone. Facu1ty cheered us by giving us six weeks tests . . . Art Durin- ski, beginning an ora1 report in economics on U61 October 21 - UA few years ago when T was in jai1 . . . The first issue of the Maroon at Tastg pupils were beginning to think it was an annua1 pubhcation . . . Chester Durka once again made history. He 1ed a group of boys petitioning Miss Reyno1ds for HFreedom of Speech in First Period Studyf, Lorraine P1oszek made the students go nutty at assemb1y one day by making a funny remark about two nuts: "Two nuts are p1aced in the 1ire by a couple in 10ve. Now when these nuts crack1ed.H . . . NOVEMBER Mr. Zbornick asked Lawrence Abe1ing on November 5 the secret of his power over the fairer sex. Lawrence wou1dn,t te11. Maybe a se1F-addressed enve1ope wou1d do the trick, eh, Lawrence? . . . Nov. 5, Professor Haus- wa1d corrected Chester Pluta on the pro- nunciation of uottenf, Chester disagreed. So the c1ass was sent to co11ect every dictionary in schoo1 to 1ook up the word. Resu1t: Many dictionaries out of p1ace . . . Mr. Kusenda informed his eighth period Enghsh c1ass on Nov. 10 That he once made a qui1t, pretty Howers and a11. He even promised to bring it, but Enghsh is such a hard subject that we said we wou1d take his word for it . . . Senior footba11 boys 10st 6-0 in a game with the Lightweights. A blocked kick was picked up by Adam Rehm and taken over for the only score . . . November 11. Zowiei Seniors had a revolution, wor1d war, and a hunger-strike - a coup1e of sit-downs because they cou1dn,t agree on a c1ass ring. Juniors decided not to have c1ass rings next year . . . Nov. 17. Juniors he1d an important, urgent meet- ing behind Tocked doors in the portable. A freshie 1Edna NJ knocked at the door to find out whether or not there was a"g1ee c1ub rehearsa1 and if not, why not. if-LMF' 'lffe-Hits." "rW"'t P DECEMBER Croolcsl honey countsl Ahyssiniansl and mother-in-law rootersl Junior play -- a tre- mendous success . . . Early in Decemher assignments were ignored in favor of ice- slcating. Ray Bachorz started the season olil with a splash as he fell through the ice. Tom Van Crt put on the hero act and pulled the 'poor fish out . . . Mr. Zhorniclc in hoolc- lceeping: HMar'y Hodellca, what are you do- ing Friday night?-Al ter schoolu-he added promptly and emphatically. JANUARY Mr. Johnston in algehra: ulyll he out of town tomorrowf, Following that remarlc came a round of applause. But the students didn't mean it, Mr. Johnston . . . Some silly juniors had fun changing names in Physics. Results: Tommy Romac, Gerry Guclcel, Marge Lamhert, Pauline Ganzar, Harriet Genesen, Henrietta Tom, Joseph Constance, Martin Hull . . . Donald Learner tool: First place in reading romantic tales in soph. English . . . Geography students thought something was wrong with the radiator on January 8. Imagine Frances Chepuranys shoclc when she turned around and saw that the sounds were from Jean Davis, not the radiatorl Jean was fast asleep and snoring . . . Chester Pluta, during a floor tall: Janu- ary 16, hecame mixed up in the pronouncia- tion of heir and hair. Result: Chester: "The last of the Ringling hrothers died of pheu- monia without leaving a hair.H So Mr. Haus- wald said mayhe that was why he caught pneumonia. FEBRUARY Hear yel Another announcement from Mr. Gross "All ahsentees will he awarded pinlc valentinesln Bet you say that to all the classes, Mr. Gross . . . That funny noise coming from the typing room was the lirst period shorthand class singing "Happy Birth- day to Youf, the UYouU heing Julia Trze- . .vi cialc, sweet seventeen and never-heen-no, thatfs sixteenl . . . Records show that fresh- men ihecome more and more frugal. One was heard timidly exclaiming to Mr. Trexler soon after class pictures had heen talcen: Hlvlr. Trexler, will you please return my dime please? l was not here when the class picture was talcenfy . . . Did Uncle Zhorniclc ever tell you children ahout the large school he visited? 'alt was so-ooo big," he savs, Hthat it talces the freshmen three months to find their classesf, , , , Andrew Leonchiclc, the question hend, was heard aslcing a teacher the difference hetween equantity and equality. The teacher, puz- zled and spellhound at such an outhurst ol' intelligence, was on the verge of giving up when it was discovered that Andy had made an error in pronounciation. MARCH Tony Kuzel, in charge of a civics class. asked Elvira Barrett a question. Elvira in the haclc of the room, ,could not hear him and solved the whole thing hy merely answering ul don,t know." Tony: "You donyt lcnow what? Elvira: tstill not hearingl ul don't lcnowf, Tony: Uvxfhat is your name? Elvira: fin a more impatient tonel nl clon't lcnowl Elvira didnyt even lcnow why the class was roaring . . . Freshmen students in literature class were re-enacting a scene from "Treasure lslandnz Chester Kenrich lexcitedlyl H0h, the Blaclc Spotln Niclc Jannite: Uvxfhat did you thinlc it was? A pinlc slip? . . . Cliff Lecvrand, the six foot three inch junior, found himself uloolcing up" to his fellow students one day. His study hall seat crashed and Cliff unraveled himself, murmered a few unmentionahles, and loolced up with an expression which hordered hc- tween shoclc and humiliation . . . A freshie, descrihing a lovely scene in "The Lady ol the Lalcef, exclaimed that there were pieces of trash lying around . . . His surprised teacher checlced up on his answer and found that he meant Uspecies of thrush, NOT upieces ol' trashf, '9'ff.'57C us. Q af 5-:J A 1, ale EM., if fs ,K Q 43 wi, ,5 AUTOGRAPHS "Ma1e'new friends, but leap flue old, Those are silver, these are gold: New-made friendships, like new wine, Age will mellow ahd refine! Frlerufsftlpl that have stood the test 7- and change -,mare surely best: TIM! wf4hUv.' It -eww UY07. Prtemliluih-insver brown For 'mad old frauds. med and true, Once, mare we our youth anew. Bal old frlenrls, alas, may dh. 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