Galatia High School - Galatian Yearbook (Galatia, IL)
- Class of 1959
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The Galatian Staff has assembled the material contained in these pages with the 1dea
of perpetuating the activities of G.C.H.S. during the school year 1958-1959 so that
time will not erase the fond memories of our pleasant associations together Qgrand and
glorious to some of usy during the past four years.
We hope that our efforts will not be in vain, but that they will bring some emoyment
Copy Editors - -
Sports Editor - -
Photo Editor - - -
Art Editor ---- -
Business Manager - -
Treasurer -' ----
Junior Editor - -
THELMA MA LONE
- - - - - - BRENDA MALONE
- - - RUBY KNIGHT
IA MES GOGUE
- ALICE MAURER
- - LARRY JONES
- - FLOYD HALL
- KEITH MARTIN
IA MES COURTNEY
" ' JOAN MARTIN
To Mrs. Jane Wickham we dedicate this 1959 edition of the GALATIAN.
We are quite aware that this is only a small way of showing our sincere
appreciation forthe time she has spent with us in our plays and classes
inour four years here at G.C.H.S. We hope that this will help to show
our love for her.
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BOARD OF EDUCATION
JACK LARGE, Superintendent
DR. T. H. WEIGHT, President
PAUL DROIT, Vice President
JOE SMALL, Secretary
To these men, who have so freely given their time and efforts to
help make it possible for us to enjoy the many activities which are
presented in this book, we dedicate this page of the 1959 Galatian.
In my opinion security, a primary concern of all people, is best attained through a
lifetime of study. Whether this study bein college, trade school, or on-the-job it is
essential in order that the services of an individual will be always in demand.
A high school diploma may help a person obtain a position in the world of work but
it will not aid in his keeping that position. He continually must study the details of
his job so that he becomes so skilled that a firm can make a profit from his knowledge.
My advice to high school students is this: Learn all you can in high school and college,
if you go, and continue to learn after you are employed so that in later years you will
not have to worry about employment - there will be a place for you.
CHARLES E. ARNETT
.TA MES BOND
Coach, Boys' P. E.
IA MES GIBSON
LESTER S. GILL
NA DIA SERIGHT
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President - - -
Secretary - - -
Treasurer - -
- - - - LARRY JONES
- - - - - FLOYD HALL
' ' ' ' JAMES COURTNEY
- - - - - - - JOHN WILLIAMS
NADIA SERIGHT UPCHURCH
CHARLES E. ARNETT
PHILLIP ADAMS IA MES COURTNEY
I ERRY DAVIS KAY EDWARDS
LILY FOWLER RALPH GANN
IA MES GOGUE NOEL HANKINS
GARY HILL LARRY JONES
CHARLES KARNES RUBY KNIGHT
A LBERT LANGLEY LARRY LEWIS
BILLIE Bos MALONE BRENDA MALONE
THELMA MA LONE KEITH MARTIN
A LICE MA URER LINDA MCVA Y
PEGGY MITCHELL BRUCE NEVICUS
CONNIE ORTO HERSCHEL PARIS
LEROY PARMLEY JOHN PEARSON
JIM PEYTON BRENDA PULLIAM
WILMA SISNEY I ERRY STANLEY
JERRY SUTTON PATRICIA THOMPSON
BRENDA WEAVER EDDIE WHISTLE
JOHN A . WILLIAMS
l, Phillip Adams, will my ability to be manager for three years to anyone who
doesn't have any better way to spend their time.
I, James Courtney, will my shotgun to Tom Dooley.
I, Jerry Davis, will to the school, the hope that they can survive without me.
I, Kay Edwards, will my slow Sunday afternoon driving to Garry Hawkins who
really needs lt.
I, Lily Fowler, will one of my four boyfriends to Brenda Cluck who just can't
seem to keep up with hers.
I, Ralph Gann, will my ability to loaf, but yet pass, to anyone who can get by
I, James Gogue, will my ability to pass chemistry to Jerry Malone.
L Noel Hankins, will my dislike for Fords to any unlucky person who owns one.
I, Gary Hill, will my red and white basketball to Micky Martin.
I, Larry Jones, will my position as center on the Basketball team to Freddy
I, Charles Karnes, will my ability to flirt with all the girls to Jack Sutter.
I, Ruby Knight, will my four happy years at G. C.H.S. to my sister Jo Ella.
I, Albert Langley, will my ability to get American History to Billy Oglesby.
I, Larry Lewis, will my laziness and slow turtle motion to Sharon Pritchett in
hopes that it will slow her down.
I, Bill Malone, will my brains to my brother Jerry who really needs them.
I, Brenda Malone, will my four years of cheerleading to Carol Gardner.
I, Thelma Malone, will my four happy years at G.C.H.S. to Judy Malone.
I, Keith Martin, will my ability as a genius in mathematics to Mr. Gibson.
I, Alice Maurer, will my straight A's in History to my sister Barbara.
I. Linda McVay, will my attraction to 55 Chevys to Donna Anthony.
I, Peggy Mitchell, will my desire to go to Equality to Karen Eubanks.
I, Bruce Nevious, will my love for American History to my brother Richard.
I, Connie Orto, will my ability to stay out of trouble to Brian Gardner.
l, Herschel Paris, will my high school education to Carolyn Courtney.
I, Leroy Parmley, will my soap to Don Phelps who needs lt.
L John Pearson, will my ability to get along with teachers to me.
I, Jim Peyton, will my engineer boots to anyone who wants to make a lot of
I, Brenda Pulliam, will my four years of twirling to Doris Webber.
I, Wilma Sisney, will my quietness to Janet Wickham who needs it.
I, Jerry Stanley, will my good looks and charm to the Junior Class.
I, Jerry Sutton, will my like for cars to Wesley Heflin.
I, Pat Thompson, will my inability to write my class will to someone else.
I, Brenda Weaver, will my desire to get married to Carolyn Zinn.
I, John Williams, will my ability to play an ukulele to anyone who has one.
l, Eddie Whistle, will be lucky to get out of this place.
CLASS PROPHEC Y
When the members of the class of 1959 received their diplomas, they went
out into the world to seek a profession.
The day for our first reunion came, June 1, 1969. We were all to meet in
our old home town at dear old Galatia High School.
I had just seated myself in the cafeteria to review the plans for the night when
Lily Fowler, the owner of the "Powder-Puff" cosmetic firm came.
The next person to arrive was James Courtney, the manager of a large print-
ing firm in St. Louis. While Lily and James were talking, lwalked over to the
window and saw Charles Karnes drive up in his new Karnesbird. Charles has been
working on a design that would revolutionize the automotive industry. With
Charles was Albert Langley, the owner of the Dew Motor Company. Albert is
backing Jerry Sutton and Herschel Paris in the race at Annapolis. They will not
be able to attend tonight.
After a while in walked Sal Mineo. No, it's Gary Hill and his producer Peggy
Mitchell! With them was Gary's private secretary Wilma Sisney, and his three
beauticians, Brenda Malone, Brenda Pulliam, and Brenda Weaver. Linda McVay
was also in the group. She manages the Posy Shop that Gary bought to supply Sue
with her favorite roses.
Next to arrive was Eddie Whistle, Principal of the Galatia High School, and
the two agriculture teachers, Ralph Gann and Bruce Nevious.
Everyone was having a wonderful time laughing and talking with old friends,
when the tune of the school song echoed from the gym. We hurried to the gym,
and much to our surprise there was Bill Malone and his Tuny Tootets. Ruby
Knight is the soloist. Leroy Parmley, a radio announcer, greeted us at the door.
After a while we heard a loud noise. All ran outside in time to see a hugh
plane land on the ball field. Connie Otto, a world famous debator, and James
Gogue, the Italian playboy, were passengers on the plane. Keith Martin had
piloted the plane to safety and Alice Mauer, the stewardess, had done much to
settle the nerves of the passengers when they flew through Hurricane Hazel.
After everyone had said hello, we went back into the building and found that
five more of our classmates had arrived. They were Larry Jones, the basketball
coach at S.I.U,, Larry Lewis and Jerry Stanley, the Daredevils in Barnman and
Bailey's Circus, ,Tim Peyton, "Liz" Taylor's psychiatrist, and John Williams, the
tester of a new space suit designed by Phillip Adams, the world famous scientist.
A silent hush fell over the crowd as Kay Edwards and Pat Thompson tripped in.
Theywere dressed in the latest Paris styles. They had married millionaries from
When John Pearson arrived in his private helicopter, we learned that he is
President of the Looney Bubble Gum Company and Jerry Davis, who accompanied
him on the trip, draws the cartoons for the gum wrappers.
Phillip Adams, the scientist, and Noel Hankins, a reporter of the New York
Times arrived last. Noel was interviewing Phillip about his discoveries in the
field of air travel. They had missed their plane and had to charter a private
flight from New York to be with us.
We all had a grand time talking about our families, homes, friends, and
THELMA JEAN MALONE
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
President ----- ----- D ON PHELPS
Vice President - - ------ JOAN MARTIN
Secretary - - - ---- GLORIA ANDERSON
Treasurer - - - - - - MICKEY MARTIN
Sponsors - - ----- MARY HARPER
I. W. PULLIAM
IO ELLA KNIGHT
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Presldent IANET WICKHAM
V1ce Presldent ROBERT BOYETT
Treasurer TERRY BOND
Sponsors EDITH THROGMORTON
Secretary --------------------- KAREN EUBANKS
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President -------- -------- R OBERT BOCZKIEWICZ
Vice President - - - - - CAROLYN COURTNEY
Secretary ---- ------ C AROL GARDNER
Treasurer - - - ------ JIM DURHAM
Sponsors - - - - - - MILLARD DAVIS
1957-58 Prom Queen - PEGGY MITCHELL
l Class President - GARY HILL
On the night of May 17, 1958, the Junior Class entertained the Seniors,
teachers, and board members to an evening in Paris. The Eiffel Tower with its
blinking lights, the striped awning, and the starry sky made you feel as though
you were actually dining at a side walk cafe.
Following the banquet everyone danced to dreamy music which flowed
gently from the jukebox. The highlight of the prom was the Queen coronation.
Queen Peggy reigned from her throne beneath the scenic Arc of Triumph.
JAMES COURT NEY
CHARLES KARNES BRENDA MALONE
Little Boy Little Girl
TEDDY WALLACE CATHY JONES
ALICE MAURER PEGGY MITCHELL
JAMES COURTNEY JOHN WILLIAMS
BRENDA PULLIAM BRENDA WEAVER
LARRY JONES GARY HILL
KING AND QUEEN
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
F. H.A. OFFICERS
President ---------------- PEGGY MITCHELL
Vice President - - " ' ' 'JOAN MARTIN
Secretary ---- ---- I ONA ROSE
Treasurer - - - - - - RUBY KNIGHT
Reporter - - - - - - THELMA MALONE
Sponsor ----- - - - MRS. HARPER
Chapter Mother --------------- MRS. SUTTER
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
GA A CLUB
Presldent BRENDA PULLIAM Treasurer KAREN EUBANKS
VICE Presldent JANET WICKHAM Reporter JUDY BONA
Secretary KAY EDWARDS Sponsor MRS WICKHAM
Secretary JUDY SUTTER
Sponsor MRS. WICKHAM
President --------------- ------ C HARLES KARNES
President ----------------------- LARRY LEWIS
Vice President -------- ------------ L ARRY JONES
Secretary ----- ----- G ARY HILL
Reporter - - - - PHILLIP ADAMS
Bouncers - - - EDDIE WHISTLE
Sponsors ---- MR. GILL
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
President ------------- - - - - LOY PATTERSON
Secretary - - - - - - KENNY PEMBERTON
Rgpgrtefg - -'-" JACK SUTTER
Spgngof - - MR. PULLIAM
Presrdent BILL MALONE
Vrce Presrdent HUBERT WILLIAMS
Secretary LEROY PARMLEY
Presrdent ROBERT BOYETT Treasurer SHARON PRITCHETT
Secretary JOAN MARTIN Reporter RICHARD NEVIOUS
Sponsor MRS UPCHURCH
Sponsor -------- ----------- MR s. THROGMORTON
President ---- - - - KAY EDWARDS Treasurer ------- THELMA MALONE
Vice President ------ CARLA BARTER Reporter ------- GLORIA ANDERSON
Secretary ------- BRENDA PULLIAM Sponsor - - - - - MISS WILLIAMS
Sharon Pritchett, Shirley Bird, Alice Maurer, Linda McVay, Pauletta Rievley, Karen
Orr, Kay Edwards.
Secretary: Mrs. Allen.
BEARCAT JOURNAL STAFF
Alice Maurer, Thelma Malone, Lily Fowler, Brenda Malone, Peggy Mitchell, Pat
Thompson, Ruby Knight, Editor.
Sponsor: Miss Williams.
Lovetta Jackson, Wesley Heflin, Bobbie Oglesby, Peggy Mitchell, Loretta Jackson
Annette Galleher, Tom Tuttle.
D A R AWARD
Mlss Thelma Jean Malone was awarded the Daughters of Amerlcan Revolutron A
ward Wh1Ch IS presented annually to an outstandmg SCHIOI gul who mamtams the
qua11t1es of dependabllrty servrce leadershrp and patrxotlsm Thrs award was grven
for the purpose of callmg to attentlon those qua11t1es whrch are desuable rn good cm
Durmg her past four years she has partrcrpated rn the followmg act1v1t1es band
plays Bearcat Journal Staff edltor of Annual Staff and on varrous commlttees A
long wrth these many 3CI1V1I1CS she has mamtamed a hlgh grade average
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Apple Polishers Most Studious Most Talkative
SHIRLEY MALONE IOAN MARTIN JUDY SUTTER
BILLY B. MALONE JIM DURHAM LARRY P. LEWIS
Most Athletic Best Dressed Most Popular
BRENDA PULLIAM ALICE MAURER PEGGY MITCHELL
LARRY JONES JERRY STANLEY CHARLES KARNE5
Wittiest Best Personality Nicest Smile
CAROLYN ZINN YVONNE OGLESBY SHIRLEY BRADEN
EDDIE WHISTLE JERRY BILL DAVIS JIM PEYTON
Cutest Couple Friendliest Best School SDiIit
MARTY SWAFFORD MARTY SWAFFORD IOAN MARTIN
KEITH MARTIN MICKEY MARTIN ELBERT THOMPSON
PEGGY and HM GLORIA and DON
LARRY I ON ES
'58 - '59
WE THEY HIGH SCORERS
46 47 Jones
92 44 Hill
67 87 Jones
54 53 Jones
46 76 Hill
64 72 Jones
59 47 Hill
54 55 Jones
47 43 Hill
67 69 Hill
76 54 Hill 26
53 79 Boyett
G.4E. C. TOURNAMENT
57 61 Hill 17
93 47 Jones 39
SALINE COUNTY TOURNAMENT
29 68 Hill
68 70 Hill 28
45 89 Hill
75 73 Boyett 20
67 55 Jones 18
59 58 Jones 17
68 60 Hill 24
PHILLIP A DA MS
MILLARD DA VIS
BASKETBALL QUEEN 1958-59
Sahne County P0110 Queen Attendant
Escorted by CHARLES KARNES
MISS DORIS ANN WALLACE
BAND OFFICERS MAJORETTE
Reg Patterson Carl Harris Laymon Jones
Harold Tate Lloyd Sprague Lawrence Karnes
Edith Webber Alfred Gann
School opened CFreshmen were lostlj
Labor Day fFirst vacationj
Seniors sold ads
Had pictures taken fLook at the birdiej
Musical comedy fFiddles, bells and sawsb
Juniors took test
Junior Class Play fWho's Excited?D
Band practiced marching fOhl My feetlj
G. A. A. play day
Basketball season began
Seniors,took Scholarship test
Mock trial in Government fWho's guilty?J
Juniors received classrings
Seniors received pictures
Science Club had a Christmas party
Commercial and F. H. A. girls went caroling
Christmas vacation Cwhat a relief IJ
Back to school fThe same old grindj
G. E. C. Tournament at Ridgway
Saline County Tournament at Eldorado
Basketball Queen Coronation
New Drivers Education car fwhat a beautylj
Home Ec. girls made Easter outfits
College Day at Harrisburg
Teachers meeting QAnother vacationly
T. B. test COuch!J
F. H. A. Freshman Initiation
Easter Vacation CA much needed breakj
Senior class play
Junior-Senior Prom fwho could forget this?j
Commencement QEnd of 12 years workj
Got up and got ready for school CForce of habitj
LLOYD L. PARKER
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HART'S DEPARTMENT STORE - Harrisburg, Illinois
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Eldorado , Illinois
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