Galena High School - Blue and White Yearbook (Galena, KS)

 - Class of 1936

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'RIFE .ZS-''Wifi'E.w2-siisiirsezzrii -Q' .+V . :Al-'s?ff . -. s .,., , ' " V- 1 'Q " ' V s V fjlzggiil l- 'N V 2 - -X .ab-an-, we W.1rfi,. ,,,- .1 1 Q4-. . ,59.-f.,-R9+.,:eM...,i-v-a:,-- P-.gf--if ,S-2 . -ffitwtefe N5F"'."" 7 " .-1 - ,ff 3' "Sw:-E":'..1'1 '-iffffj L K' 1- V H' ',"Nm2P" 'v-His ', .4f:f,. f ' " - v' , 11.52 Ev ,Q-Eg' f.,Q,4."'f., , ' '. ' tQ,11.ax, Y-":.f'ifS3:s'5 was , wfffq- ' 5 ' f its r 1' N-M . f..- Q-'Li -mss:---snr..-1 l wi? 7 vs! F44 5- iff. Dedication Herein is embodied our tribute to those Citizens of Galena who have given themselves to the service of our school system as board members. Through their foresight and untiring efforts the schools of Galena have kept pace with the ever growing de- mands of education. In appreciation of the past service of: Mrs. M. C. Cook, Mrs. Frank Pickett, Messrs. James R. Morin. J. R. Bender, F. H. Rohrbough, L. W. Murphy, W. H. T. C. Senter. R. J. Baker. L. V. Moeller, Poole, W. O. Stephenson. Forrest Eckels, O. M. Yount, Will Campbell, and any others names may have inadvertently been omitted Whose 3 and of the sympathetic interest of the present Board of Education: Messrs. F. W. Speck, Clyde S. Powell. Otto Schwartz, J. R. Simon, W. L. Berry, and L. B. McCartney. we respectfully dedicate this Progress Edition of the Blue and White. ,1 .. .. ..., ...., .... . , ,,., . ' ' 2-5 -f:Q,iT:-'iikeiffz'-.j.i: ' ' i" 1132-F55 1' 5? f- t.-..-.-me -. , ,rip . -1 f..r,-5,vi,,..- f---.ermzre '9:iQi?"1e'v:.Tif'-5 i-.leg 41 . 'sifcsfii-my-fairs' .f-,F 'V .. semi:-fam-F ':. ers ' e . .: . , " -w ere -..ig . s.. Jw . ...-.-. . . . ,.,. ,. , '22-'gisy i A. .., ugh 3 -U Q X Y lf, , N . 1 g vzj 'Aux' s .9 , . 4 .V-:J 1 ,Q .. .. . ggyfu ' -se, f f . . Q' 5' ,. fiat .. . f. ,. ' .-3 1 :W 'Q ww . B. . 'Z-ag - .fn . . ... ., h :jf 2 :ff ffE.j5,-- .- -- . 4 1. ff 4 .. . ' rf 'ffwf 5 1 , 1 W 1. 2 . N ' 1 '-'. E J . 'se". - - 1 i -' -.f -bu f -sie at . . P af' ' 4. -- fs 4 . Ye 5, 'SA 1 . . 'I' f L' . 1 H5 1-. 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S., Social Science, Kansas State Teachers' College. Columbia University. OPAL HOARD, B. S., Librarian, Kansas State College, Manhattan LEO A. SANBORN. B. SZ, Commerce. Kansas State Teachers' College. Missouri University. DOROTHA SENTER, A. B., Mathematics, Baker University. ORBUN V. POWELL, A. B.. and M. S.. Science, Kansas State Teachers' College. Missouri University. CLAIR I. MILLS, B. S., Music Supervisor, Kansas State Teachers' College. Horner Conservatory. ELOISE DEEM. B. S., Home Economics, Kansas State Teachers' College. KATHLEEN ILIFE, A. B.. English, Foreign Languages, Kansas State Teachers' College. D. T. ABBEY, B. S., Coach, PhysicalEducalior1. Northeastern Oklahoma Teachers' College. Page Six Classes Page Seven Z , CG7he iBlue and white, 3-4--PM-QI.-QI--eIA1Q56 Page Eight Senior Class Officers BILL POOLE ..L..-.-....,..,...L.-...., President PAUL FERGUSON ...,..........,..,L. Vice-Presidenr MARGARET HELEN COOK E................ Secretary GRANT POWELL .......,......L........, Treasurer MYRA LOUISE BAKER ,,... ------ CRAIG BENNETT ........... - ....,.. - - O- ....L.. Reporter -Cheer Leader IMOGENE PARSONS--- ....... -.--- ..... Cheer Leader ROBERTA LINK ...................... -Class Queen MARION CHESNUTT--. ...,....... I-lonor Roll BETTY SIMON ......... "MX'RA LOUISE BAKER ,..., 'MARX' LUGILE BAKER ...E GRANT POWELL ...,..... MARGARET HELEN COOK --- JOHN DUNNILL .......... CLYDE LAMB .... NIILDRED DEEM ....... ....L 'Tied for second place. -------Class King Honor Points ------112 ---110 ----- ---110 --- 99 ------- 97 ----- 91 --- 88 --- 80 cfihe fBlue and IQ3 n-'Qln-'Q fwhife, BETTY SIMON Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Pep I Club Z. 3, 4: Annual Staft Drum Corps. 3, 4: Girl Reserves l. 2: Orchestra l. 2. 3. 4: Gym Club 3: Class Play 3: Operettas Z. 4. CHARLES HOWARD SMITH Office Practice 3: Camera Club 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Hi-Y 4. ALVIN RICHARD OWEN Sportsmanship 1: Pep Club 4: Operetta 4: Glee Club 4: Camera Club 3: Drama- tics 3: Football 3. 4. EVA SIZEMORE Moved to California. BARNETT DONALDSON Hi-Y I: Glee Club 3: First Aid 3: Pep Club 4: Art Club 4. BILL POOLE Glee Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Jr. Play 3: Football 4: Oper- etta 2: Poster Club 4: Cam- era Club 3: Chef Club 3: Hi-Y 1: Annual Staff 4: Quartette 3. CHARLES OVERSTREET Hi-Y I. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1.2, 3.4: Band 1. 2. 3, 4: Chorus 4: Class Play 3: Office Practice 3: Current Events 3: Orchestra l, 2. 3. 4, RUTH MAXINE WADE Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Drum Corps 3, 4: Home Eco- nomics 4: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3: Operetta 1, 2. ARTHUR JACKMAN Baseball l. 2. 3. 4: Basket- ball l, 2. 3, 4: Football 2. 3. 4: Hi-Y l: Class Presi- dent 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 1. 4: G. Club 3: Pep Club 4. WILLIAM HOWERTON Orchestra 1. 2. 3. 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y l: Cook- ing Club 3: Dramatics Club 4: Current Event Club 3: Pep Club 4. MILDRED DEEM Drum Corps 1. 4: Glee Club l, 2. 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Etiquette Club 3: Gym Club 3: Annual Staff 4: Jr. Play 3. XVILLIE MOORE Hi-Y 1, 2: Football 2, 3, 4: Nature Study Club 3: Current Events 3: Chef Club 4. Page Nine The 'Blue and fwhite, O XVAYNE ROWLAND G-Club 3: Glcc Club 1, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Baseball l, 2. 3.4: Hi-Y l. 2. 3. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Op- eretta l. Z, 4: Band 1, 2: Football 4. MARGARET HELEN COOK Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves Club l: Pep Club Z, 3, 4: Drum Corps 3, 4: Orchestra l. 2, 3, 4: Class Play 3: Operetta 1, 2, 4. NORMAN HALL I-li-Y l, 2, 3, 4: Office Practice Club 3. 4: Camera Club 3: Glee Club 4: Base- ball 3, 4: Class Play 3. POLLYANNA JONES Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Re- serves 1, 2: Gym Club 3: Pep Club 4. l EROY OVERSTREET Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1. 2, 3: Class Play 3: Quartctte 4: Office Practice 3, 4. Operetta l, 2, 4. IDELLA L. VANDERPOOL Etiquette Club 4: Basket- ball l: Home Economics 4: Girl Reserves l. Page Ten MARY LUCILE BAKER Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Orch- estra 1, 2. 3. 4: Girl Re- serves l, 2: Pep Club 2, 3. 4: Band 2: Drum Corps 3, 4: Annual Staff 4. CLYDE GILSTRAP Boys' Pep 3. 4: Chef Club 3. 4. MYRA LOUISE BAKER Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Orch- estra 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Re- serves l, 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Band 2: Drum Corps 3, 4: Annual Staff 4. JOHN DUNNILL Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-Y Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Office Practic Club 3: Poster Club 4: Dramatics Club 3: Class Play 3: Gym Club 4: Foot- ball 4: Annual Staff 4. DORIS LAMB Glee Club l. 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves l: Operetta l, 2, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Drum Corps 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: Jr. Play 3. FRED R. XVYATT Hi-Y 2: Current Event Club 4: Dramatics Club 3: Art Club 4: Football 4. CG'l1e fBlue and IQ3 63413-'flu--'lPln-'Qin-Qls-'Rl M., GLADYS CLUCK Glee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Oper- etra l. 2. 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Journalism 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2. PAUL FERGUSON Football 2. 3. 4: Co-Cap- tain of Football 4: Basket- ball 2. 3: Hi-Y l: G-Club 3: Sportsmanship 3: Study Club 4. RUBY Jo MARTIN Girl Reserves l: First Aid 3: Dramatics Club 3: Glee Club 3: Study Club 4: Pep Club 4: Annual Staff 4. CRAIG BENNETT Glec Club l, 2. 3. 4: Orch- estra l. 2. 3. 4: Band l. 2, 3.4: Football 2, 4: Basketball 3. 4: Hi-Y 1, 2. 3. 4: Boys Cooking Club 4: Class Play 3: Annual Staff 4. LEONORA CUPP Drum Corps 1, 2. 3, 4: Girl Reserves l. 4: First Aid 3: Class Play 3: Current Event 4: Girls Gym 4. CHARLES OREN Dramatics 3: Current Event 3: Art 4. CHARLES SWAIN Hi-Y l: Current Event 3: Cooking Club 3: Boys' Pep Club 4: Study Club 4. FRANCES KERSH Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4: Or- chestra 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Class Play 3: Drum Corps 3, 4: Journalism Club 3: Annual Staff 4: Oper- etta 1, 2. 4. GRANT POWELL Hi-'Y Club l. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club l. 2: Band l. 2: Cam- era Club 3: Office Practice 4: Operetta 1. 2: Annual Staff 4. ROBERTA LINK Etiquette 3: Pep Club 4: Gym Club 3: Girl Reserves l. Z, 4: Annual Staff 4. MARION CHE SNUTT Baseball 1. 2. 3, 4: Foot- ball 3. 4: "G" Club 3: Basketball 3. 4: Class Play 3: Pep Club 4: Hi-Y l. KATHRYN PETTY Girl Reserves l: Glee Club 2: First.Aid 3: Dramatics Club 3: Pep Club 4: Oper- etta 2: Annual Staff 4: Jr. Play 3. Page Eleven cf3hf-U3fi.l::f:iand:-w-ul.-1rl-s.-ql.-ls1956 HELEN MURPHY LEONARD SCHROEDER Operertas 1. 2. 4: Class Football 2, 3, 4: Basketball Play 31 Glee Club lf 2, 3- 4: "G" Club 3: Sportsman- 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: ship 3: Pep Club 4. Pep Club 2. 3. 4: Gym Club 3: Girl Reserves 1: An- nual Staff 4. NADINE HOBSON CLYDE LAMB Girl Reserves l, 2, 4: Of- Camera ,Club All Club fice Practice 4: Etiquette 3: 47 BOYS Cooking 43 Com' Annual Staff 4: Gym 3. mercial Club 3: Annual Staff 4. IMOGENE PARSONS Glee Club Z. 3: Gym Club Girl Reserves 1. 4: Office 3: Office Practice 3: Drama- Practice 4: Gym 3: Eti- tics Club 4: Etiquette lg quette 3. Annual Staff 4. RUTH GILSTRAP HOWARD PRICE MILDRED RHOADES Glee Club l, 2: Drum Dramatics 2: Girl Reserves Corps l. 2: Orchestra l. 2, 3: Class Play 2: Study Club 3: Hi-Y l, Art Club 4: 4: Office Practice Club 4: Dramatics 3: Current Event Annual Staff 4. 3, 4. NELLIE PARKS Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3 : Dramatics 3 : Etiquette 4. ROY BOWLES JACK QUALLS HARRY DUGAN JUNE QUALLS HAYDEN JOHNS Page Twelve lr I Q3 v--'Qlm-'Rl s-'Qln-fifghgiifiand Class History On September 5, 1932, there entered the portals of G. H. S. a group of eighty excited boys and girls whom our upper classmen referred to as "green- horns". We were not the only new people in the school that year: there were several new teachers. Under the sponsorship of Miss'Norma Ruedi and Mrs. Harold Klein we held our first class meeting and elected the following officers: President, Arthur Jackman: Vice President, Dixie Watson: Secretary and Treas- urer. Pearl Joan Bottom: Reporter, Betty Simon. We chose black and orange for our class colors and the Red Carnation as our class flower. Many of our classmates showed real school spirit by becoming active mem- bers of various clubs and musical organizations. During our Sophomore and Junior years we were under the joint sponsor- ship of Mrs. Ethel Bond and Mr. Sanborn. Our Junior year was filled with many exciting events and outstanding achievements. The Junior Christmas party, held at the Riverton Club house, was our first class party during our three years at G. I-I. S. In the spring of 1935 we successfully -presented our class play, "Much Ado About Betty." lt was also our privilege to entertain the class of '35 at the first Junior-Senior Banquet to be held in the new High School Auditorium. By the end of our third year many of our boys had shown great athletic ability and received school letters. Of the three three-let- ter men, two were chosen from our class. Now at last, we have become what the lower classmen term "dignified sen- irs", and our last year at G. H. S. is nearly over. With a class roll of 22 girls and 27 boys we are the largest class to graduate from this school for several years. We chose as our leaders for the memorable year the following officers: President, Bill Poole: Vice President, Paul Ferguson: Secretary, Margaret Helen Cook: Treasurer, Grant Powell: Reporter, Myra Louise Baker: Cheer Leaders, Imogene Parsons and Craig Bennett. Miss Dorotha Senter and Mr. Dan Abbey are our sponsors. Under their supervision we held our annual Christmas Party and presented our class play, "Dotty and Daffy." To the Junior Class We give thanks for a most delight- ful Prom. And now, as our class passes into history, we have left as a token of our appreciation and our school's appreciation for forty years of faithful service in the teaching staff of G. H. S., a bronze tablet to Miss Flora Hubbard. Page Thirteen T5hH,1'Qand5-el-rl-ol--nl-el-11956 Junior Class Officers MARX' ELLEN DINES ............................. President VIOLA FOSTER ...................... ....... V ice-fPresx'dent FRANCES FISHER ................--...,......,... Secretary FRANCES ROHRBOUGH ..................... ..... T reasurer JOHN STEPHENSON .............................. Reporter ANNETTE SAPP .............................. Cheer Leader BONNIE JEAN RYAN ..............M..... ..... C lass Queen JACK SHAW .................................. Class King Row l--Joe .Tremble. Mary Louise Smith, Gless Nichols, Eileen Stephenson, Jack Shaw, Annette Sapp. Harold Raible. Row 2-Frances Rohrbough, John Stephenson, Minnelva Skinner, George Myers. Geneva Murphy, Lloyd Schrader, Bessie Martin. Row 3-John -McPhail, Nadine Overstreet, Paul McCoy. Maxine Overstreet, Leonard Morris, Bonnie Jean Ryan, Irene Murray. Row 4-Mary Lentz. Stephen Langford, Marie Mclintire. XVayne King, Katheryn Kinkade, Bill McCartney, Natha Honeywell. Row 5-Viola Foster, Maxine Hampson. Walter Farris. Madge Joy, Delbert Fox, Nellie Faulkner, Bob Myers. Row 6-Letha Everett. Bill Davisson, Harriett Erwin. Vernon Davis, Frances Fisher. Charles Kenier. Dortha Derfelt. Row 7-Max Breeden, Marjorie Baker, Marshall Craig. Mildred Barrett, Mary Ellen Dines. Ruth Crabtree, Bill Adams. Row 8-Geraldine Gullick. Evalee Back. Mable Mae Cupp, Lorene XVright. Junior Adams. Page Fourteen Wib3'f?1li?eiandg-4.-mwqx.-a.-ea.-41956 4 V Y Page, Fifteefrz CGh31i?iandS-'Qlu-ills-4Qln-'il n-'Ql I Q 3 6 Sophomore Class Officers BEN PATTERSON ..... WILMA RUSSELL .... DAVID ROWLAND ,.... --..------..-----------..-----Presidenr Vice-President ---------------------------Secretary LOIS SHAW .................................... Treasurer CLARISSA SELLARS - ........................ ..... R eporter MARY ELLEN BENNETT- .-..................... Cheer Leader LENA BELL--- -...-........,.L.....-........ Class Queen JESS KITCH .......L.......................... Class King Row l-Wilbur Moody, Margaret Fowler, David Rowland. Nora Allen, Ben Patterson. Dorothy Wallace. Ted Carver. Row 2-Lois Shaw, Jack Bryant, Myrtle Larison, Jess Kitch, Mary Ellen Bennett, Jack Fieandt, Lena Bell. Row 3-Jack Radcliff. Grace Williams, Kelly Hedges, Ruth Benton, Billy Gavin, Mar- jorie Hill, Eannes Hobson. Row 4-Edna Barnes. Fred Jones. Esther Edmonds, Jack Jones, Idaline Overstreet. Rex Largent. Dorothy Williams. Row 5-Williard Wyren, Mary Jane Lawing, Walter Flowers, Ted Myers, James Porter. Charlene Warwick, Glenn Wade. Row 6-Alzadah Pennock, Neal Wade. Mazie Walkenshaw. Lewis Shetley, Clarissa Sel- lars, Boyd Lamb, Margaret Comer. Row 7-Raymond Lumbley, John Pennock, Lucille Schroeder, Neal Walthall, Lewis Over- street, Wilma Russell, Harold Rutledge. Row 8-Willie McKenzie. Ralph Everett, Nadine Jackman, Bob Sapp. Dot Ann Hub- bard, Wade Tennis, John Moreland. Page Sixteen IQ3 6i.-QX-wwqx.-nw.-Qx.44WU2'Fi1lf?Z,and Page Seventeen W.,3'Fi,l,?gand4-el.-1-an-1.-Qi-451956 Freshman Class Officers DICK SIMON ...-H,,,,...H....,..........,.....,. President LOIS OVERSTREET -................... ...,.. l fire-President ACEL LAMB ................................... Secretary IDA MAE DUNNILL ....,.......................,. Treasurer BETTY JEAN WILLIANIS .......-............H..... Reporter JUNE KING .....-.,... .................... - Cheer Leader MYONZA ALLEN ....L..... ...L............... C lass Queen DICK SIMON .......... ................. .... C l ass King Page 19- Row l-Arvel David. Mary Ann Allen, Donald Mack, Lavon Downing, Colon Dunn. Edith Mason. Row 2-Jonetta Davis, Ray Ryan, Elaine Van Leuven, Lloyd Russell. Myonza Allen. Howard Lindsey. X Row 3-Robert Overstreet, Leota Patty. Jack Traw. Geneva Davis, Jesse Kinsey. Do- lores Myers. Row 4-June Mclntire, Jack Allred. Bette Dines. Clayton Gibson, Maxine Mills. Vwiood- row XVilson. Row 5-Zella Martin. Dorothy Ganstine, Charles Rhoades. Virginia Brown. Dick Simon. Marie Parsons. Row 6-Vera Warwick. Louise Lenz. Peggy Swain. Burl Russell. Mary Estelle Sapp. Lucille Farris. Row 7-Evaleen Wyren, Paul XVade, Thelma Mann. Blaine Lamb. Bobbie Wright, Alma Larison. Row Sdalimmie Rowland, Geneva Messer, Virginia Bland, Virgil Pickett. Violet Brown, Twyla Lamb. Page 20- 'Row l--Phillip Geisler. Mary Marie Schrader, John Sneed, Mary Joe Honeywell. Henry Carlisle, Wilmelta Berry. Row 2-Mary Tipton. Tom Courtney, Ida Mae Dunnill, Roy Gardner, Dorothy Elder, Carl Brown. Row 3-Donald King. Lois Overstreet, Perry Holmes, Lola Sanford, Acel Lamb. Thelma Ross. Row 4-Irene Clark, Marion Howerton, Marjorie Poyner, Melvin Cooper. Aileen Haver- field. June King. Row 5-Earl Cupp, Isabel DeGraff, Raymond Buffalow, Annabell Crandall, Raymond Carlisle, Norma Fare. Row 6-Charlotte Howell, Ted Sweet, Marjorie Cagle. Roy Densman, Virginia Boyes. Jack Adams. Row 7-Eugene Messer, Mabel Bankson, Floyd Webb. Betty Jean Williams, Raymond Fry, Vlanda Lee Ficktner. Row 8-Jo Lee XVade. Helen Hinman, Bryce Martin, Mildred Bogle, Eva Dell Rowden Page Eighteen IQ3 h-'QR-'QW s-'QXQC6h61lfff,and W Page Nineteen Cghezjjigiandb-4'Xu4Q5w'QXu4Q'X IQ3 6 4 1 Page Twenty - ., ,. , ,,,...-Q.,-L:-1,L,,,y,w. , Y ,,,.L,.,- N, , -X 1, -'ff4f'hyf, wif?--f-2:4 34' r- ,1-klvceff.-f.:Q--1-.,::zf.-1-v' 'i'3fI-ff. P- 4 1 1f22"4'i1Fii55G35'i??Qf fimr ' . ., 'Y L , T- X11-' 'ef' fi-.f:f:1'T25?7Z-'fag-.ff3gE, 'EF' .H-"""'W 'RJQIQA1 fE1'f:ai11f'l'1-' ,gg vs-' ny If ya , '- Qggizj I i Ji! " ' ' A - .1f1.3Gi'QZJ5p-if f A 1 ,, ' sa. fu-" If-sifsagnfi' f . 4' ie -. P- Niffz-ff. , 1:53-6Q1,f,!g, - Q ,,,3,Z5,,wi 4 - .',,,f,-- Qggji-.5, ,ff-,:.,-.iff i-,',' J"j?ii'f','Hff 1.1.4 rjlfffff if ' W .fP1'jL.-A if we . F552 rf. Paw, ,. , ,- ., -"' ' ' Af A' ' :I . me -5 591. V ,mit -. 'SQ- 11.531 , Eff " fr m gif x hr 'dx-'F' 1 X N 4? Q: x ' J ' 25 , If 1 f 1 at ' sua xl , ' ' X f K 'Rl 14, !' I' fl 'TU' - w2si:'4 f -3' 1 . R , A'--Vx .. ' N. M X Y .X 1 ,. f. la? K N515 F If. A H Nm 'I -Q ix. 1 'gg Q. - J ,Im ,.-,.v.. ..:,-.ffA-www-fp'--'- 5.3 4 ,-- - .agaiiiwrxlf K , f, ' .24 ----iv - . PW ' .1-ff-vQ-ffHe-'If- '. K-'EPD -' '- , , A fi, .. .,..--Q-.,-fr, "" " M ' Afg . ..- - ,rif-93? " LM., 1 vvfli "'i'-:w"f1'.:-- - . f 4 . f. . , a , , vyg,...xs .. .,?b"? ff 2 Y Tir .L M-'ZX -- if - W' " .. - 'F-if s-Q-ua,-.,-Wig?:a.w1,fg.-. Jazz.: Q. . ,-A. ' i,Ly'H- -x.,,,,, , vs," f 19' wi -fig "l955"w?i . -'fik-'ieaw ,A I Activities CGh51lfff,andh-ilu-'Rl vm-dklu-'lil u-HQ? 195 6 Drum Corps Row l-Annette Sapp. Lavon Downing. Margaret Helen Cook. Leonora Cupp, Mary Ellen Dines, Mildred Deem, Frances Fisher, Nadine Overstreet, Maxine Overstreet, Eileen Stephenson, Mr. Mills. Roiu 2-Mary Ellen Bennett. Ruth 'NVade, Natha Honeywell. Maxine Hampson, Doris Lamb, Minnelva Skinner, Frances Kersh, Mary Lucile Baker. Myra Louise Baker, Betty Simon, Ruth Crabtree. Orchestra Clarinets: Mary Lucile Baker, Annette Sapp, Myra Louise Baker. Perry Holmes. Saxophone: Bill Howerton.. Trumpets: Junior Adams. Natha Honeywell, Charley Overstreet, Trombone: Craig Bennett. Drums: John Stephenson. First Violins: Helen Murphy. Jack Jones, Bill Adams. Cellosz Betty Simon, Frances Kersh. Second Violins: Raymond Fry. Margaret Helen Cook, Pollyanna Jones. Viola: Mary Ellen Bennett. Director: Mr. Mills. Page Twenty-two I Q3 n-'Qlh4RlCGihciliE1iii5,and Mixed Chorus Row l-Poole, Dunnill, Bennett, Owen, McCartney, Schrader, Myers. Rowland, Simon. Langford. Adams, Overstreet. Row 2-Myers, Patterson, Radcliff, Hall, Russell, Overstrect, Wade, Overstreet, Pickett Holmes, R. Overtstreet. Row 3-Simon, Murphy. Baker, Baker, Schrader, Mann, Parks, Hill, Ross, Lamb, Mur- ray, Skinner, Rohrbough, Schroeder. Row 4-Jones, Lamb, B. Dines, Bennett, Downing, M. Dines, Deem, Russell, Edmonds, Honeywell, Cluck, Kersh, Cook. Row 5-Hinman, Allen, Williams, Parsons, Stephenson, Crabtree, Murray, Derfelt. Bell. Dunnill, Overstrect, Davis, Larison, Wade, Bland. Row 6-Cagle, Lentz. Swain. Messer, Sapp, Berry, DeGraff, Patty. Boys' Glee Club Row l-Poole, Dunnill, Rowland. Hall. Overstreet. Langford. Owen, Bennett. Row 2-Pickett, Patterson, Radcliff, Myers. Schrader, McCartney. Myers. Simon. Row 3-Overstreet, Overstreet, Adams, Holmes, Cupp, Overstreet, Russell, Wade. Page Twenty-three Cfi5hi,?,l,?,iandp-w.qi,4l.-nl-Qi.-41956 Etiquette Club Row 1-Everett. Pine. Murphy. Wade. Hill. Swain, Senter fSponsorD, Messer, Tipton, Sturgis, Mann, Patty. Row Z-Ganstinc. Boyes. XVarwick, Crandall, Larison, Davis. Warwick. Barnes, Fare. G. Davis. Row 3-Starina, Brown, Mason. Bogle. Rowden, Bankson, Allen. Martin. Overstreet. Larison. Row 4-Havcrfield. Lentz, Ficktner, King. Murray, XVright, Myers, Bland. Wade. Wil- liams. Clark. .Row 5-Parks fSecretaryj, Ida Mae Dunnill fljresidentj. Van Leuven ffreasurerj, E. ivemore. S . Girls' Religious Club Row 1-Warwick, Barnes. Bell CTreasurerJ, Jackman, Senter fSponsorl, Shaw, Comer. Cupp. Row 2-Crandall, Larison. Clark, Messer, Swain, Larison. Row 3--Rowden, Gilstrap QV. Presj. Hobson fSecretaryj, Link CPresidentl. Edmonds. Bankson. Allen. Page Twenty-four I n-'Qls-'ighgilfiand Boys' Pep Club Row l-Schrader, Radcliff, Jackman, Chesnutt, Weaver, Schroeder, Donaldson, Owen. McKinzie. Row 2-Rowland, Messer, Howerton, Carlisle, Moody. Mack, Pennock. Row 3-Wilson, Lumbley, Gilstrap fSecretary-Treasurerl, Simon fPresidentJ, Row- land CVice-Presidentj, Holmes. Wade. Webb, Tennis. l Girls' Glee Club Row I-Lamb, Lamb, Hinman, Allen. Downing. Skinner. Mills fSponsorJ, Rohrbough, Dunnill, Jones. Patty. Schroeder, Deem. Dines. Row 2-Bankson. Pine. Hill. Mann. Ross, Bland, Wade, Murray, Larison, Davis. S h ader. Clliow 3-Simon. Murphy. Baker, Baker, Cluck, Kersh. Honeywell. Bennett. Dines, Ed- monds, Russell, Cook. Row 4-Stephenson, Crabtree, Murray, Derfelt, Bell. Messer, Parsons, Swain, Cagle. Parks. Row 5--Lentz, Berry, Sapp. DeGraff, Overstreet. Williams. Page Twenty-five P6'1f1Q'Fi1ii?f,andP4l-alwelwnlwelwnlrg 36 Library Practice Club Row l-Ralph Everett, Mildred Bogie. Thelma Mann CVice Presidcntj, Charlene War- wick, Harriett Erwin CReporterj. Miss Hoard CSponsorJ. Mable Mae Cupp, Nellie Faulk- ner CChairman of Finance Committeej. Mary Lentz. Halley Lamb. Row 2-Aileen Haverfield. Edith Mason, Delores Myers LSecretary and Treasurerl, Natha Honeywell Cljresidentj, Minnelva Skinner, Dortha Derfelt, Wanda Lee Ficktner. Evaleen Wyren. Girls' Pep Club Row I-Doris Lamb, Viola Foster, Bonnie Jean Ryan, Kathryn Petty. Margaret Fow- ler. Ruby Martin. Row 2-Mary Ellen Dines, Mildred Deern CTreasurerJ. Gladys Cluck. Frances Kersh QRe- porterl, Mary Ellen Bennett fVice Presidentl, Frances Rohrbough. Minnelva Skinner. Row 3-Margaret Helen Cook CPresidentj, Clarissa Sellers, Roberta Link. Esther Ed- monds, XVilma Russell, Myonza Allen, Helen Hinman. Miss Hoard CSponsorj. Row 4-Twyla Lamb, Mary Joe Honeywell. Lavon Downing, Betty Simon. Mary Lucile Baker, Myra Louise Baker. Natha Honeywell CSecrctaryj. Bette Dines, Cheer Leaders: Helen Murphy and Annette Sapp. Page Twenty-six Gabe Gfvlue and IQ3 65.-el--fl.-el..-aa-:XA C-U,,,,,,, Ari: Club Row l-Barnett Donaldson, Donald Mack. Charles Oren. Clyde Lamb CVice Presidentj. Mr. Abbey CSponsorJ, Fred Wyatt, Howard Price fPresidentD, Leon Smith. Row 2-Marion Howerton. Ray Ryan, Woody Wilson. Lloyd Russell, Virgil Pickett. Wilbur Moody. Raymond Lumbley. Row 3-Mary Joe Honeywell CSecretaryj, Lola Sanford. Thelma Ross, June Mclntirc. June King, Violet Brown QRcporterj, Charlotte Howell, Lucille Farris. Poster Club Row 1-Jack Adams. Mr. Abbey fSponsorD, Paul McCoy. Row 2-Loris Qualls, John Dunnill CPrcsidentD, Bill Poole, Wayne Davis, Roy Bowles. Row 3-Wilmetta Berry, Mary Estelle Sapp, Eileen Stephenson CVice Presidentj. Ruth Crabtree fS'ccrctaryD, Marjorie Poyner, Marjorie Cagle. Evalccn Wyren. Page Twenty-seven T57 ZBI cl- 1?,,,,,,ffQan .--el.--.rl--451936 Current Event and Geography Clubs Row 1--Oren, Price, Wyatt, McCartney CTreasurerH, Schrader. Row Z--Allred, Smith, Radcliff, Kinsey, Lamb fSecretaryj, Pennock, Kitch CVicc-Prcsi- dentj. Carver, Adams QPresidentJ. Row 3-Miss Hubbard QSponsorD, Sweet, Dunn, Largent QPresidentJ, Rowland CSecre- taryj. Lamb, Buffalow, Messer. Row 4-+Adams, Courtney, Martin, Rhoades, Wade, King, Lamb. Gibson. Junior Chamber oi Commerce and Office Practice Clubs Row-1-Overstreet. Powell, Myers, Sanborn CSponsorD. Adams fVice Presidentj, Steph- enson, Lamb, Everett. Row 2-Wright, Murray, Moreland, King, Barrett, Vlfallace, Kincaid. Bell, Cogswell. Row 3-Jackman, Shaw. Joy. Faulkner, Lenz, Comer. Row 4-Hobson, Rhoades CVice Presidentb. Rowland, Mclntire, Hall CPresidentD, Mar- tin CS'ecretaryJ, Back CPresidentJ. Page Twenty-eight 19364-Qi.-w.-Qi.-qi.-qi.-qimglliand Camera Club Row 1-Fry, Pickett, Sneed, B. Lamb, Powell CSponsorH. A. Lamb, B. Lamb, Carlisle. M. Howell. Row 2-Gardener, M. Lamb, L. Overstreet, Patterson CPres.j Bryant CVice Pres.D Kenier, Smith CTreasurerj R. Overstreet, Jones. Row 3--Schrader, DeGraff. Brown CSec.j. C. Howell, McIntyre. I-In-Y Row 1-W. Rowland, CProgram Ch.D, L. Overstreet CSec.j, Powell CVice Pres.J, Smith fFin. Ch.j, Hall CPres.J. Bennett fSong Leaderj. Powell QSponsorj, Dunnill ffreasurerb, Hedges, Morris. Carlisle. Row 2-Howell, Simon. Raible, McCoy. Bryant, Davisson, Nichols, Shaw, D. Rowland, Flowers. Row 3--P. Wade, M. XVade, L. Overstreet. Russell, Geisler, Fry, Cooper. Craig, Bowles. Row 4-M. Lamb. Cupp, Gardener, C. Overstreet, Webb, R. Overstreet, C. Brown, Dens- man, Wyren. Page Twenty-nine Ghgliiiiandivqlvql vdklv--'Ql u-'Qin-'Qi I Q3 6 Foreign Language Club Row 1-Miss Iliff Csponsorb. Charles Kenier, Row 2-Geneva Murphy. Frances Rohrbough CVice Presidentj, Frances Fisher CPresidentJ. Marjorie Baker QReporterJ, Lola Sanford. Thelma Ross. l Boys' Cooking Club and l-lome Economics Club Row l-Delbert Fox. Jack Shaw, Bill Davisson. Max Breeden. Miss Decm CSponsorD, Craig Bennett. James Porter, Ted Myers. Joe Tremblc. Row 2-George Myers, Harold Raible CVice Presidentb. Clyde Lamb, Leonard Morris. Stephen Langford, Gless Nichols, John Stephenson, Junior Adams. Row 3-Charles Overstreet, Billy Adams. Glenn Wade, Vernon Davis Cpresidentj, Willie Moore CSecretary-Treasurerl, Kelly Hedges. Row 4-Mary Tipton, Joy Lee NVade. Ruth XVade, Eva Sizemore, Annette Sapp, Mary Ellen Dines. Mildred Deem, June Qualls. Marie Parsons. Page Thirty The Blue and IQ3 s-'QM-Qxsdlfxi fwhife, Athletics ,-Qleef-1 --- - Q' iN- : ' ? E' 354 JM' - T., -: abr., . . M I f f j XN T- 'X s 'fax' 7 "L ri.. gf h Y K - N pl 'Zy l p . FQ -f-- g ' ? + ' f Q qgss., .- ,, F151 ' I I - - - I l . '-'H 'Y in ' 'V' -1 I I ' - - -.. D K gg I . -M EF Af . ' IEEE' 1 . 71 hu :-E T. If '-UI IM, I Ei, N A' ID x ' 2-' ' :sa i?'I' I .' Y ' M 'X .? J n: L1 .Lf' - ': HY 'I 45-in' f' W I ' --' " 2- A 5 ' " 1 4 f' 5' 1 - ' ' I if Q Q . - ,qril-4,-vv, ' .,7- 5:3 E i., 'in if, at N .f'wmft:-rsh fan " ..'.'-xx V ,...f---' 4 ' -, Q .- ,Q if Q f GYMNASIUM AUDITORIUM Ere-cred in 1934 The iBl1fLE and Qqjhitej S-'4'ls-Glu-4'ls-'Glu-1-Qln-'IEIQ 5 6 Foot Ball Row 1--Carlisle, Adams, Raible, Abbey CCoachj, Dunnill. Pennock. McK1nzie Row 2-Hedges, Myers, Morris, Bradshaw. Shaw, Nichols, F. Rowland, Langford Row 3-J. Porter, Chesnutt, Poole. Schroeder, Ferguson CCO-Captainb Bennett Weaver Jackman, Wyatt. Row 4-Owen, Stephenson, Fieandt. W. Rowland, Moore, C. Porter, Flowers Page Thirty-two THE SEASON'S RECORD Mineral Jasper Cherokee Wyandotte Chetopa Altamont Commerce Baxter Total THEY 6 O 0 6 0 6 1 8 6 Zi IQ3 64-Qi-ul.-el..-nl.-rl.-4f5"H,?.iand Football practice started soon after the opening of school. We had forty- four men including seven letter-men from last year's team answer Coach Dan Abbey's first call for practice. The letter-men were Chesnutt, Ferguson, Mc- Phail, Porter, Schroeder, Jackman and Weaver. We played our first game at Mineral on Sept. .28. This game was supposed to be a setup. and it was, but for Mineral. Mineraal scored a touchdown early in the game and our boys were unable to get started. Score: Mineral 6, Galena O. The next Friday we played at home against the Jasoer, Missouri, High School. This game turned into a track meet after Paul Ferguson intercepted a Jasper forward pass on the first play after the kick-off and ran it back for a touchdown. This game gave our reserves a chance to get some real game playing which was of great value to them as they took the places of 'injured regulars later in the season. Score: Jasper 0, Galena 46. P The next day was "Dacl's Day" and we played the Crawford County High School of Cherokee. Cherokee had been beating us regularly for several years, but the boys showed their dads fthe first game many of their dads had ever witnessedl how to play football. We started the game by scoring a touch- down in the first two minutes of play, and had scored three more before the first half ended. The second and third teams played much of the second half but were unable to score. We lost our first center after this game. Score: Cherokee O, Galena 28. The following Friday we played Wyandotte, Oklahoma, here on a cold, rainy day. We started off by marching down the field to the goal line, but completed a pass over the end zone for a touchback. Wyandotte then went the length of the field for a touchdown but failed to make the extra point. After one of our hardest fought games of the year we finally emerged the vic- tor, having scored two touchdowns and made both extra points. Score: Wyandotte 6, Galena 14. The following Wednesday we invaded Chetopa and after a hard fought battle, Qld Galena High emerged victorious with a score of 7-0. We lost our star center, Floyd McPhail. for the rest of the season, after this game: At Altamont we played a night game and after a hard battle we came out ahead by the narrow margin of 7-6. During the game we lost our third center. We next played an Armistice Day game with the Commerce teamg which won the state championship of Oklahoma. We played our best game of the season but were defeated 18 to 7 by a better team. In this game we lost our fourth center. Our last game was with our old rivals, Baxter's Red Devils. Although we had defeated teams that had beaten Baxter by big scores, the boys had a bad case of stage fright, and aided by ragged playing of the Galena team, Bax- ter won by a score of 6-0 and another class finished its four years at Galena High without a football victory over Baxter Springs. Page Thirty-three 'C'5hi-03-S'.'.?Qand4-u.-m.-el.-4l.-Qi.-,e51956 WAYNE ROWLAND RICHARD OWEN RAYMOND CARLISLE CRAIG BENNETT Governor 138 lbs. Shadow 163 lbs. Cookie Snozzle 170 lbs. 5' 10" E. Sr. 6' 1" G. Sr. 5' 9" HB. Fr. 5' 10" G. Sr. He could play every A valuable man on Our Freshman Regular Blocking position. defense. Halfhack. Guard. WILLIABI MOORE KELLY HEDGES Tarzan 146 lbs. COACH Beautiful 152 lbs. 5' ll" T. Sr. 5' 8" T. Soph. When he tackles ABBEY He would fight to they stay tackled. the last. 1 , ,,--.,.,,r. JAMES PORTER MARION CHESNUTT .IOHN FIEANDT JOHN IJENNOCK Jim 141 lbs. Red. 152 lbs. Jack 139 lbs. Stub 165 lbs. 5' 11" C. Jr. 5' 9M" E. Sr. 5' 6" G. Soph. 5' 9" E. Soph. Fast guard. Back Plenty of righting He played both Few plays went next year. spirit. line and backfield. around him. WILLIE IVICKENZIE JOHN DUNNILL LEONARD MORRIS Bvill l53NlbS- Spivelli 165 lbs. Handsome 165 lbs. 5 10M E- Soph- 5' 99Q" G. Sr. 5' 10" T. Jr. A P355 5113221112 A fast charging Few plays went ov- Bnd- guard. er him. Page Thirty-four I s-4Q'ln-'11 n-'41s4'QCGhgifE,and FRED XVYATT ARTHUR JACKMAN JOHN STEPHENSON- PAUL FERGUSON Freddy 146 lbs. Jack 150 lbs. Steve 142 lbs. Butch 178 lbs. Sr. 5' 1016" G. Sr. 5' 11" QB. Sr. 5' 11V2" Q. Jr. 5' 10" E CCapt.J We are sorry he's A good kicking Heady, Steady. An ideal captain. a senior. back. Willing. JACK SHAW STEPHEN LANGFORD LEONARD SCHROEDER Freckles 137 lbs. Cube 172 lbs. Bull 173 lbs. 5' 10" H. Jr. 5' 9If'Q" C. Jr. 6' 2" T. Sr. Plenty hard to get Will be a real cen- His fourth year at him off his feet. ter next year. tackle. CHAUNCEY ADAMS WALTER FLOWERS HAROLD RAIBLE BILL POOLE Junior 122 lbs. Grandpap 138 lbs., Doogie 173 lbs. Wimpy 133 lbs. l 5' 10" HB. Jr. 5' 8" HB. Soph. 5' 8" FB. Jr. 5' 11" C. Sr. A side stepping Light, fast and A smashing, bone A touchdown ev- pony back. shifty back. crushing po w er- ery time he carried house. the ball. CHARLES PORTER GEORGE MYERS HAROLD BRADSHAW Charlie 159 lbs. Apple Head 147 lbs. Brad 145 lbs. 5' 9" T, Jr' 5' 7" PB. Jr. 6' G. Soph. Always fighting, Hard Hitting. Hard working and never quitting. willing. Page Thirty-Hue 665116 iBlue and fwhite, L-441:-'ll'lh-llrln-Qlu-QlkIQj 6 Although a poor record was turned in by the 1936 Basket Ball team, the Bulldogs furnished their supporters with many thrilling moments throughout the season, losing or winning several games by one or two point margins. One of the outstanding events of the Basket-Ball season was our over- whelming victory over Baxter Springs-36 to 17, the first athletic victory over Baxter during the 1936 Seniors' High School career. Another bright spot is the fact that most of the boys on the A and B Teams will be back next year. Marion Chesnutt, a Senior, was voted by his teammates as honorary captain at the close of the season. Particularly outstanding during the season was the floor work of Walter Flowers, a,Sophomore guard who was shifted to center late in the season. Jack Shaw, a Junior, and David Rowland, a Sophomore, both have a keen eye for the basket and were our leading point scorers, for the season, followed by W. Rowland, and Kitchx The B team usually had a starting lineup picked from the following play- ers: Schroeder. Bennett, Stephenson, McKenzie, Patterson, and Adams. Other boys who played basket ball were Poole, Owen, T. Myers, Radcliff. Bradshaw, Weaver, G. Myers, B. Myers, Jackman, Ferguson. Hedges, Fieandt, Moreland, Pennock, Davis. WE A TEAM THEY 39 - Joplin Y. 42 10 Webb City 49 1 8 Webb City 47 31 Joplin Bus. College 32 3 2 Joplin Y. 3 8 3 6 Baxter 17 22 Altamont 34 1 2 Baxter 1 8 1 5 Cherokee 49 23 Altamont 29 3 6 Chetopa 2 l 3 0 Cherokee 46 45 Treece 1 5 3 0 Carl Junction 3 1 32 Webb City, Mo. 31 2 9 Elks 23 3 0 DeMolay 3 1 29 Chetopa 2 1 44 Treece 14 24 Carl Junction 20 5 6 7 Total 608 Page Thirty-six B TEAM Joplin Y. Webb City Webb City Joplin Y. Altamont Cherokee Altamont Cherokee Chetopa Total THEY 22 18 25 25 4 25 9 20 12 160 CUM flue and 93 'dk 'whztea D. ROWLAND B. PATTERSON M. CHESNUTT W. ROWLAND Forward Guard Guard Forward J. SHAW W. FLOWERS J. KITCH L. SCHROEDER Forward Guard. Center Guard, Center Center J. IXDAMS H. BRADSHAW R. OWEN C. BENNETT Forward Forward Center Guard W. MCKINZIE A. JACKMAN B. POOLE J. STEPHENSON Center. Forward Center Forward Guard Page Thirty-seven C6723-?12?5,andp-1-1-el.-4.-el-41956 1 FLOYD "RED" MCPHAIL Co-captain of the 1935-36 football team, Floyd lVlcPhail, a member of the Senior class, has been bedfast since October 30, l935. suffering from a gland infection. To Floyd go the best wishes of the Faculty, the Senior Class, the High School and the Community. Page Thirty-eight I Q3 n-QM-'RW s-"QYn-Oicghmzgiand School Life r' .2 3 --3 QQ 9 if fav' . J -x. 7, 5' 92 Eg ,f k NK ' ,Vw-f ..- I :-- - 4 ' N .xxxasxs 'Q mf V 4t',Jj ,.f.n"'- - Q '-X-LW: .. - .,',tr',I,ZZ.TQLX'x-. Q: N-X-.Av-v '1 .f til? 7 ss: ' 7 ' Q -3? 'FTPSQQQ 5 1 m,,faef .g,f+.-E AQ, Q55- ,gvk -- 1 Q A21 -f-- Jn Fai Us x3'--- 15 - ,-'1212"-is-1 ai!-,J-nr -- r:J,::?P 1-51 -f? :J-. - M w " "4',.E.4q0---Q., LA-,:,f' g-:f?J Qi? 1- JJ E . 1 -iffjvmk-. , .v .VJ ... Tlllxfofgfrs ff -vw,,'3i,. W V-kk Qmkvwv It I ID X ' 'L EQl4phfIf5NPUA,V,Nm'v' " I I b -TTFK-.u-'31 F I RS T SCHOOL Log Cabin Erected in 18 7 3 Cglzezgiliuiandslx 5-ax B-qi in-ax 6 "Be Careful Paul" Howard Pepsters Story Tellers Imogene. Helen. Isabell. Coach. Frances A group of Seniors Work at stadium Harriet Freshies Ruth and Neil Posing Ready for Play Fisher 'id Cupp Copper Knob T5 Snozzle Trio Pals Page Forty CGHQ 531146 and IQ3 6s-en.-rl..-4.-w..-Qi.-4 eww, A X Myonza and Dick Jess and Lena Bonnie Jean and Jack Mr. Sanborn. Gym, Baker Twins Charlie and Craig, Jerry, John. Betty and Bill Miss Senter, . Mr. Hasenplaugh, The "G" Girls Page Forty-one The iBlue and Mu, Q.-w..-QI.-4-I.-vt.-QIAIQ36 The Staff of the Blue and White I Standing left to right: DORIS LAMB ----d-,,h-.,,,................ Alumni Section ROBERTA LINK ................-........ -.... S tenographer CLYDE LAMB ,,,.................-..,.... ---- Arr Editor KATHRYN PETTY ,.,,......, ,-.,...,...... -Class Editor ,101-IN DUNNILI, ,,.......,..,..,..,...... --Athletic Editor MISS SENTER .... -, ..........,............ Faculty Advisor RUBY MARTIN ...H........................M. Class Editor CRAIG BENNETT .- ..... -. ..... .- .........., Photograph Editor MILDRED RHOADES .................... Organizations Editor NADlNE HOBSON ..,......... ............. - Stenographer Seated left to right: FRANCES KERSH ............... -Assistant Circulation Manager IMOGENE PARSONS ............C. - ............ S Ienographer MYRA LOUISE BAKER .................. Circulation Manager GRANT POW-ELL ......, BETTY SIMON ,.......... .- ...... -------------------------Treasurer -----------Editor-in-Chief MARY I-UCILE BAKER ,E............. Assistant Editor-in-Chief BILL POOLE L............ ........,L.. B usiness Manager HELEN MURPHY .L..L--,.--.-,.-L...- -Organizations Editor MILDRED DEEM ..-.....-.-.....- -Assistant Business Manager MARGARET HELEN Coox Page Forty-two --- .-..------.. ----Humor Editor CCE716 iBlue and IQ3 63.-QM-sw--ew--nh-QNA QM, ROBERTA LINK AND MARION CHESNUTT King and Queen of Galena High School 6h3.liYj,and5-Ql-el-rl--M.-el-161956 School Calendar I935-IQ36 SEPTEMBER 2-School opens. 6-Class sponsors named. 10--Primary elections for class officers. 17-Class officers named. First Drum Corps practice with new equipment. Were we proud? 24-Drum Corps sponsored show "Old Man Rhythm" to help pay for new equipment. 26-Clubs organized. 27-First football game of the season at Mineral. Galena Bulldogs were de- feated 7-O. 28-Drum Corps paraded to show off new equipment. OCTOBER -Drum Corps paraded for Business Men's Club. -First home game. Galena defeated Jasper by the score of 46-O. Drum Corps accompanied our "Coal Queen", Mary Ellen Dines to Pittsburg. How it rained! ll-Picture of first football team of G. H. S. presented to school by Dr. Vere Lane of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Galena Bulldogs defeated Chero- kee on home Held. Score 28-0. Hi-Y Football "dads" chilli supper. 12-Girls' Drum Corps and play cast of "Fun in a Chinese Laundry" had a parade. 15--Seniors select class rings. 16--Received grade cards for the first time. 18-School dismissed in the afternoon for the funeral services of Mr. E. G. Jackman, former high school janitor. i'Fun in a Chinese Laundry" spon- sored by parents of the Drum Corps members presented as a benefit. 25--Bulldogs turned in another victory over the Wyandotte boys on the home field. Score 14-6. Junior High School presented minstrel for benefit of Drum Corps. 26-Drum Corps party at the Cook home. Each girl invited a guest. 29-School Fellowship meeting. 30-Chetopa defeated by Galena at Chetopa 7-O. l 4 NOVEMBER l-Musical organizations announced by music supervisor. 5-Annual Staff officers elected. 8-Galena turned in another victory on the Altamont field. Score 6-7. ll-Drum Corps came in fourth place at Armistice parade at Joplin. Galena defeated by Commerce on home Held. 18-7. 21-Last football game at Baxter. Oh me, and we were defeated! 6-0. Ga- lena Dramatic Club presented comedy, "Fifty-Fifty." 27-Annual Pep Club-Football Banquet. Paul Ferguson and Floyd McPhail elected co-captains of football squad. School dismissed for Thanksgiv- ing vacation. 29-Alumni football game for the benefit of Floyd McPhail. High School O. Alumni 19. Page Forty-four IQ3 6.-al.-ul.-vi.-el.-A.-Jshwilimd DECEMBER 3-Seniors having pictures taken for annual. 13--Dean Hattie Moore Mitchell of Pittsburg guest at chapel. Dramatics class presents three one-act plays. 17--Senior class party. 20--Hurrah! Two weeks Christmas vacation starts. 26-Seniors receive class rings. JANUARY 6-Returned to school after vacation. 7--Basketball season opens at the Gym. Webb City defeated Galena 49-17. 17-Galena defeated Baxter in a home game. 36-18. 20-Benefit Basketball Tournament for Floyd McPhai1: S75 obtained. 23--Music Department presents one-act comedy, "Dizzy Baton." 29-Chetopa defeated here. 38-24. FEBRUARY --Carl Junction defeated Galena here. 35-33. -Amateur Radio program for the benefit of Floyd McPhai1. S101 was cleared. 12-Sophomore Valentine Party. 14-Annual Sales started. 21-Pep Girls Leap Year Party. 26-Last home basketball game. Cherokee 4-2 vs. Galena 28. 3 7 MARCH 4-Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys gave a one hour program for the Em- pire P. T. A. at the Gym. ll-East Galena P. T, A. presented Mazie and her Kitchen Kut-ups. 17-Hi-Y Boys entertain mothers at banquet. Dr. Roletta Fritz principal speaker. . 19-Mr. Stinson, High School Supervisor, visits school. Commends faculty and student body for excellent spirit of cooperation and attitude in gen- eral. 20-Central School Song Festival. Proceeds go to make payment on drums. Men's Quartette makes big hit. Mills-Stover-Edmondson-Myers. APRIL 3-Ellington Dance Revue sponsored by Drum Corps. 15-Hershey the clown. 29-Fiesta. MAY l-Senior Play. 15--Last Senior chapel. 1 7-Baccalaureate. 18-Class Night. 19-Senior Picnic. 20--Commencement. 22 -School closes. ' Mary Lucile Baker Page Forty-five CZ5hi1Ej?,liiQLf,andL4?lv4!l v-Qin-Q1 n-'Qin--'Q I Q 3 6 D. Abbey C. Sawyer J. Holden H. Derfelt Alumni DAN ABBEY ...,M.. --,..---Presr'dent HERBERT DERFELT --- .... Vice President CHARLES SAWYER -- ---,---..Secretary JACK HOLDEN .... ..... T reasurer The first Alumni Banquet was held in 1894 in the "Old Stone Opera House" which is now the Stillson Carpenter Shop. This banquet was arranged for the Senior class by some of its friends. The class of 1894 inaugurated the custom of having "Class Night" and Baccalaureate services at Graduation time. The second banquet was held in the "Century Hotel"g and the next five in the High School. The entertainment at these banquets consisted mainly of talks and toasts to the "Fair Lassies" of those days. From 1921 until 1934, the old "grads" held no banquets. In 1934, how- ever, they celebrated again with a banquet similar to the one of l894. This time, the toasts were not to the "Fair Lassies", but to the school and the alumni. Again in 1935, the alumni of Galena High School renewed their old friend- ships with a banquet during which they elected the officers mentioned above. Page Forty-six The glue and IQ3 v'QXh-'Q fwhife, fQ!Uf77f7l' Excbanqe l fyame ear' fQ3fz7anf.s ffm aff? A , . Hffff -ff' ffm- 4 ' ff' 'z9fYf77,v4f:4Zfffwnf 304 Y , , '71 " "iZ3,i"2'f.,'if, T' 5, '1- fng. A14., Lf - f V X 5 ' ,H if 4 I A 27 ' ' A fl ,. 30 A b I S J9iM.Q9:QQ13l.'lL.S, Z,o7fT-wif. 794' I 02 ,IMI QQm2L4..Q 23 mm oc'fZ.f.5, Ijgmy- 077' z91AXfQ4i-lfffifwvm,-11211 .41 172.119 I M+ '33 frm, 232d.'4..m4LLL..'- La.: 1...-in vwr,L,ag '59 A i if H ,QfQA4cA1ff+? flu- ., .',,,L-,... ,.-.f ' 4 , 1.1- L, 1' ..4.. .1 Q I P li! I 'JJ Z- 4Zg . .WMM mal, ' I afaozywz '-25 'UZ T .v!2Mw9-L0-A-4,66 "ll" ' ' '15 6,1436 za' . Ll, A.-.. -. 'ff ,X . f- A4: .,.,.g- ,' ,, Anzgffidvifu 1624 K f A H., ,,2,z,,T,7 , . ld t g,lZrLfl9aa J . I P9Fy CGhi1Qiii1i?f,andF441s4Qln4Qlv'Qlv-QliIQ36 Miss Flora Hubbard graduated with the first graduating class of Galena High School in 1885. She attended the Kansas State Teachers' College at Pittsburg. where she received her B. S. degree in Social Science in 1917. She also attend- ed Columbia Universiay. Miss Hubbard started teaching in Galena at the age of 16. Ill health forced her to resign and she thought that she would have to discontinue teaching. She was out one year: but in October of the next year, the board at Union School near Opolis asked her to accept that position. She iinished that year and taught there the next year. From 1898 to 1900 she taught at Union Chapel. She came back to Galena to accept the principalship of the new Spring Grove building: but was transferred to the High School when it was opened. She was principal of the High School in 1920-'21. From 1923 to 1925, she was Superintendent of Schools at Riverton: com- ing back to Galena to assume her former position as instructor in the High School, which position she now holds. This year the Senior Class has placed in the Gymnasium a bronze tablet in her honor. The tablet reads: To MISS FLORA HUBBARD BY THE CLASS OF 1936 IN TOKEN OF HIGH ESTEEM AND IN coMMEMoRAT1oN oi: FORTY YEARS oi: SERVICE IN THE GALENA PUBLIC SCHOOLS Page Forty-eight IQ36S-4Qls41lsnQln41'ln4Qln-'liC6hHff,j,and Advertisements of the business men On the following pages W1 who have made possible the publication of this book. Our advertisers are re- liable and progressive. Through this medium they are combining their willing- ness to support student enterprises with good business judgment. They de- The prudent business man advertises: the wise student 'll be found the advertisements serve your patronage. reads the advertisements. JJ' V-11..":'r.-M, X f'l"r,3,, .. 4. 4 ...NN ..::5.-'15, r ,. Q .-srw,,.,M I, .. . -ifafsamsw 6-.f'V111S'i?1' ,-, l - . ' '."Q'Z1ii7q' ,gg-:-S :- 1 .F 'Na 1 e.,qqzg1...1g., f-esrferwg-E '.-Ex L as .02 . -:QW-rv-.,,, - . Mg Mi. We vii I - '1-a3fp- - riff? 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I JOPLIN MISSOURI I I i I i viozuioioinioiq 10101411011114virimnifxianimuiriarix it 1 it 14 1 14 ini' 55 QS I I 052 8.3 Q ! gi: 'Egg Q Q nazi .ic ' 22' sho I 08523 EQ M5 I 852 4 h rv . gnc Qhgdpgmarfgj 2 55-go D-4 . oqid' 55 N325 Om"5Qv-3 izg: :DSG fo "' H 59,22 Hag! 53,3-mb' Emmy '-TS-1.0 'E ' rn mm Qing asc 5 EI ,nFU2"7Q2ImE,,,f2.g,.U 5222 SEZI CEEEF5-Ili-Q,2eF wg SEA! Ewsrvws-5532-Hai I3 "',., P" H 52ff122U' mwmES.."Q2 Egan' :Z -f FJI m WI N3 :fn mio- 2U'1'o13,+- image-QW su: QHQ! oar-go Ho ,UNO Q E w'I'ZI 'U"UmZc"' I3-Ons 1: ,,,E. 533 wma' lagaigm 3 iw? gg 0 H W:-1 ET i Q 'OI D '--- gf. - 05' 2 E2 lp ! 1 PL Ig? I 9.2 5 I I -- I I 53 I I X., ! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I.- Page Fifty 'Z' i n14rj1r11n11vjcv1ojo1o1o11v1oio11s:o1cr11n1av:o11r:xvzojoioxoioz 1010 Q 2 4tha l BEN MESSENGER Ford V-8 and Lincoln Zephyr SALES AND SERVICE 132 East 12th Sr. BAXTER SPRINGS, KANSAS 14v:4r:1x2vi1vi1v:vi4x14ri1ri1r1xxi1 r14vi4 MCCARTNEY DRUG STORE Quality Merchandise at Reasonable Prices 1011yjoioioioioioxcnjoicxitritviiriavicuioixrianioicvioifxioioioicrixli v Chuck Morgan's SPORT STORE Wholesale and Retail HONOR SWEATERS nd Joplin Sts. Phone 2 Joplin, Missouri !01o1fr1o1o11ri1r1cr14v1o1o3ari4r:ax2c 'U E E iriibiilillilbillillilbiililliiii -I i 3 3 i "' oo L 2 FJ I EB. 0 :1 O Q L C3 U, 5 o PL H O B L Q ' fo 1 S .E I 5 W an 5, 2 L 2 2 XD Q cn 5- E I-n 5 N 'Q ON i n-1 GQ RN L3 'FE Q : so L L L L L L biojuioifg' 01011 vzoxoxozoxozoxoiv 110101014 011110101014 L1 02114 E' YQ rv '31 'ri 'Q 'F 0 D fu CZ5h'Ii1E3ii1Qieiandb4Qln4!lu4QQu4QQu-Qls-viIQ5 6 Q Q Q 4 Q ! 1 Q I Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 4 Q Q Q 1 Q Q 4 I Q 1 Q Q Q C. L. Sawyer Insurance Agency Q Q Q E "WE GIVE BETTER SERVICE" 2 Q Q g SINCE '83 PHONE 179 Q Q Q 1 Q 4 Q but QllQ0l0QOQOQl Q4 QllQ0,UQJ,0Ql5Q0QlF.fPQ0Q0Q4 Qi Q HYQUQOQ1 W' l Q Q Q COMPLIMENTS OF E Q 1 Parker Ice and Fuel Company Q 3 Earl Parker, Nlr. 2 Q ICE-COAL-WOOD Q ' mi Joplin sts. Phone 45 l iibilillillllilillif-Dlfilliiiliiilif iilillliiilliililli iliifillfl' I Q Q Q Q 2 MARKWARDTS 3 Q Q Q B R E A D Q Q Q Q Q Is Good Bread E Q . Q - Q E f:oano:cv1cv:04Do1D0db1v1010I014vI1v11vdrv1ocD014vcwcmvxvtodbvcoxvaboxocnoz-l 2 Q l LITTLE LAMB Q Q Q l lVlary's little lamb that followed her to school one day has been given i l to a modern boy with fatal results: 2 2 Marion had a little lamb, given by a friend to keep. Q I lt followed him around until it died from loss of sleep. E Q Q i 93 i0l0llDl0l0i Pi lilillliii il D-01 D14-31010101 il0llli0l01 Pl Dliililitblfs. Page Fifty-two I Q3 s-'QQn-414s--QQQCGhHf2f,and Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q rioioioiozoioioit niuioiojoic COMPLIMENTS OF JOPLIN FURNITURE COMPANY GOOD FURNITURE SINCE 1897 706-708 Main St. Joplin, MO. 010141111141030141010103014r3014x1cr1014ni0i1ri1ri0i1v:1ri4r11r2014xi1si BOICE UNDERTAKING CO. Ambulance Service PHONE 217 GALENA, KANS. rioiujoioioioicnioirnicbioioioicvifvioicvicnioioiclichilriavicric B. F. RUSSELL JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST 609 Main Galena. Kaus. CLASS JEWELRY AND COMMENCEMENT -1 Q 5 2 1 O Q P Q K" Q Z3 M Q af fm 5 2 Q 9, S FP' Q Q- 2 3 2 5 F 3 S Q we ff, 00 '1 O E 52 5 Q 5 G O S gn Q Q Cn l E Bitbilbilbiiliiiiililbiiiiilif g J E 3- 2: 1 5 S3 5 0 Q Q Q ,,, C Q F cn 2 3 P Q 74' O H 'S E N O n Q P 5 51' m Q QE 03 " Q . Ng I w E, 05 3 U5 'P .ynvof Q Q Q Q Q E Q Q E Q Q - Q E Q Q 10101- vioioioie 5101010139 110101011 11010101011 1014 xii 71014 'Iv joiozaxxmriojoiozotozfrxmricazozxrjfria P g Fifty-three 93 L L L L I I E53 OL L.-Z' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1101010101 njoioioic 3? Ov-A. 0-5 52 E Z O 'FU '-I I Z E Z I-I CA E' T3 N :L o. 3? SE 21: FRONT STREET GARAGE One Stop Service 'U II O Z ITI uw -li -,-.,.....E-- I I I I I Lg I 3 I :ar L I' ra L Q Z I W na Q :U 5 I uf o I U 'L I fe E+ 5 2 he c: I 2 Lv I '4 I I I I I I I fini!! PIL READ THE Joplin Globe and News Herald L I I L I I L L I L L L L L L L L I I L L L L L --.L rrjoio via The Galena Bottling Works Soda Water, Ginger Ale, Etc. HOWDY ORANGE 7-UP LEMON rj nic :ja Q 518 East Seventh St. Telephone No. 285 i I I I Q :gazenxozozozoioioioiozcvirvzqnievzarierizmzcrxmnzvzewzcwieriliaricnicsiasi i r O O 71 rn U ES Z m CD O Z rn I Q Mr. Mills: "If there are any dumb-bells in the room, please stand up." I A long pause, then a lone freshman, Virgil Pickett, stood up. 2 g Mr. Mills: "What, do you consider yourself a dumb-bell?" l Q Virgil: "Well, not exactly that, sir, but I hate to see you standing all I alone." 2 QOQ4lD0-0DOQClQQ1DQ1DQllQ4!1DQlDlll4710QilQOQili ll1DQ1bQ1Dll 5l1D19+ Page Fifty-four 551113 iBlue and 193 s-QIu-'QR-QXQ Qqjhife, rzoioioioiox J. rioioicxjoiasiavioioicrjoioje riojoioioioioioio 14170101014 110101014 .nilrioioicvioiasioiaxiotoioicri ri 1010101 ri 1101112024 idvioioioioinja I 5 COMPLIMENTS OF J. F. WYATT SL COMPANY I BEST GRADE COAL 3 208 W. 7th St. Phone 327 Q GALENA, KANSAS Q I DQOQOQ1Pi0l0l1'l10Q1PQ4lQlD10lf 1 l10lllQ9Q0i0Q4 Qlliififfi 310101011 Q Diaz: I I Q M. ROBESON LUMBER co. Q Wall Paper Sherwin-Williams Paint i COOK'S PAINT Q Phone 125 111 E. lst St. GALENA, KANSAS Q Q 5 OUR SERVICE STATION E W. O. STEPHENSON, Proprietor I Gas, Oils and Greases, Tires and Accessories 2 Seventh and Wood Streets 'Phone 17 I D11DQ0l0i0Q4IQ!PQ0QlYQ17l0l1Pi4il4DlD+Pl01lYl0l1li1Pl0l0ilallQ1ilQlPQ1Pi4 I 5 3 Electflc Shoe l C I T Y C A F E 2 I. P. Crookshank, Prop. S VIRA SAPP. Manager I Shoes Repaired While You E i Wan and Watch I 708 Main sf. I Best Quality Materials 3 708W Main Galena, Kam. j Galena' Kansas I 1o10i1niusi4x11r11oic1io14ri011rioicriurioi4r34v1en11 I I I 2 SI fb EI vi Sl E+ 6,1014 20111101011 1034-zuioiuioiuxaszoim 101030201111 nioioiniognx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' Bill sa of hair." I I I I I I I I I So Bet I I "CONGRATULATIONS" To The Class of '36 FOX and PARAMOUNT THEATRES JOPLIN MISSOURI Where You are Always Welcome and Assured of the Best in Entertainment 9101014 io11rio24ri1vi1ri4n1cvioi1n1o1o14r14ri1vi1r1cx1cr1cri sioioxoioxoi- Success to the Class of '36 FROM YOUR REXALL STORE The Jackson Drug Company 405 MAIN JOPLIN, MO. 120101034 ioioierioioinioievio11Iio11s11r14ri4v1cv11v14r14r10j0icvirri'f1 THOMAS FRUIT COMPANY Wholesale Fruits and Fresh Vegetables VELVET BEER AND ALE DREWRY'S ALE TRADE AT YOUR LOCAL GROCER Phone 325 Joplin, Missouri tio:2:03014sifriirivzivzxvicvlzcuiclfvimlevicrirriiclcicicvicrilricnifif WELL ys to Betty: "Woman is nothing but a rag, a bone. and a hank ty says: "Man is nothing but a brag, a groan, and a tank of air." giinioxnicrioicrioirnicrinrioloiuvioioioirrioioxoi vi vi4u1o1oio1o1o:u Page Fifty-six is is I I I I I I E53 CTN I..-I' rininioioiixiuicliurjoiniaria 11011 nioioioioivlioiojc nioiojoioioioii ag. 19363.--w--w-Qi.-nl-qi.-J5hH?5fmd 11111 b 014 rjoioifnioioioiciioioioicbimri v:o:cn1o:cn1o11::o141io:o11l11v1o:1:i1ui4 v:o1ojcv1o1oi4r:o:0i011v1oi4v14 ,Y.PDOQ0,lYQ1PQC'Pl0lCUi15Q1iQ0lKPl1ll45lllQ1DQK7. PQ0lUQO,K COQlYQ0,0QfFQC liilbso 2 R A M S A Y ' S S We say frankly to the woman who thinks she 1 cannot afford Ramsey's Standard of Quality that she is confusing first cost with ultimate I wear and satisfaction. I JoPL1N, MISSOURI I I I Dl1lQflQ0l0l1i010ll! QOQ1li4 QOQliQY,Ua0lPQOQ0,0QOQOD1lDOQ4 QI Q1 QI Q1 I I S COLVIN'S STUDIO l ffphotos That Are Different" 3 KODAK FINISHING l 3RD. AND MAIN 2 I :xc1410141010101024v1o:o14r1oiq14v14v11114r1cv2o:cv11l:1x1o11n1cv:1 Quit 2 "Watch the Fords Go By" 2 0 w ' 3 :Fm I D-X Quick Service Station Sales-Service Q 7th and Joplin Streets 4th and Wall Sts. Phone 660 Q .IOPLIN Q - I . , Q Complzments to the Galena Beauty Shop S GRADUATING CLASS Q I OF 1936 Q 513 Main Phone No. 4 1 2 John C. Emerson KATHRYN BENNETT BABB DRUGGIST g 20th Main Joplin, Mo. 2 PQf5Q4lDiPQ.:. vt: 0:4 101011 v1o11xi4r1fv11r1o1o14v1ar1cricx14r1o14ricxi4x1lr14bi4 Page Fifty-seven nxnx nz. 10:01 xioifnilnioiojoioifxinioioitvic 101011 n:1xjo1011n:1xI4ijo14ni0i1nifljo:0:4si4x:4 101014 Q +11 'U 'Q fb Z1 'vi -1 'C 1 2. 'Q D' -v Rl SO ...L , -1 L,-1 X C-HEVROLET f O ISQJPPM' 4TH. AND PENN. JOPLIN "Largest Automobile Dealers in the District" HARDWICK GROCERY "Always Reliable" HEADQUARTERS-A. G. PRODUCTS 17th Main Sts. Phone 198 OLD PALSY WALSY Mr. Powell had asked time and again for the students to put more per- sonal touch to their themes, so one of the papers received ended thus: "Well, professor, how are the wife and kiddie, and by the Way, before I forget it, could you lend me live dollars?" Yours truly. BILL POOLE CQ L L i 1 L A 53 Ox Q4- nj4 rioiarioifriinzoiojfrjcxioiaxxfxjnilrjcnic rioiirifrifniojoiaicnioicnicxicrinrsienjarjoicvitnitifbilia '2- Fha f!3lue and IQ3 1--Eli tzvhitej .!'VQ01iPl1Pl1514P14Pllb1l.!11714Dl0l4D14li4ll4li4'5l1 i1ll1Dl1Pl'Dl1li0l0l01010l4PlQg4 g l i s , ! S Greetings E i FUTURE HOMEMAKERS Q A 1 2 From high school, or from college. you graduates of l936 Q E will take your place in society, in homes of your own. Q Q You have learned the importance of a sound civilization, and Q I doubtless you know what electric services contributes to our so- I I cial and economic life. 1 Q Naturally you will want an all-electric home--a home in l Q which electricity performs countless services for your comfort and 2 Q convenience. 1 Nothing is more valuable than electric service in your daily E life. And yet few things cost less. All the blessings of modern i electrical living represent one of the very smallest items in the en- i I tire household budget. Q Q c 0 o 0 i Q Emplre District Electric Company Q ' 2 ., GRUEN l ,Fi The i i ' ' Gd -- ' - v ' - ' I 1 i ' -1 Gift I 2 WATCH l i ,. qfqrfsla N clnqh if .-zefaa.-w,,,k ,LQ . , Q Il Butterfield s Q S dau h i Joplin, Mo. l B IQOQ1iQOQ1lQCl,0,1lQlDQ1?,lbi4?i'Q0,0?4DQOQlYi DQ0,0QOQlY,0QOQ1YQ1YQO,4Pil Q l l Q l l Schwartz Drug Store E ELLINGTON'S S I s o D A 5 One-Stop Garage Q Q DRUGS 2 Phone 194 E l GLASS Q HowARD- ELLINGTON Q Service and Price Guaranteed I Galena, Kansas I Q l l I i I 5!.20,0Q0,lP,QP,0,l7Q4,D4Q1D1lD0DC!1lDIlQil,fl,0, DQiQOQ4lQ1Q4lDOQOQOQ0i1+ Page Fifty-nine Cglgiilggandg-ri.-1--el.-nl.-QIAIQ56 4,-14 01 Q viojoicxioioicxjxrjaricvioifnjoirxicnjoi 1014 11011 10101010 xiojuiojoiujo-is 11011 rio P WE WISH YOU GOD SPEED ON YOUR FUTURE JOURNEY IN LIFE J UNGE BAKING COMPANY J UNGE'S For Better BREAD AND FOR BETTER HEALTH DIXON CLEANERS CLEANING, REPAIRING, PRESSING " In by nine, out on time" Phone 395 507 Main St Y k his Q 5 'Q Q ROPE NOT NECESSARY "In this scene, Miss Deem, the young man rushes into the room grabs ou, binds you with rope from head to foot, and then smothers you with isses," explained the iilm director. "Is the young man tall, fair and handsome?" Mildred asked "Yes, why?" he asked. "Then you won't need any rope," she replied. ifrioicrioinioirriarxerifvioioi 101oioio1o:4r14xioi1r11x14ri1xio11 Sixty inioiuioinioim 14 1014 3011 1011 ic 10301014 11:14 ioioinicvioiuioicuioir C5116 6.Blue and IQ3 fwhife, V ., 101111 riuioioiuioii 1011 21 iogoiuioiluioioifriaxinzoicxic 1020311 -.QQ III I I I i The Only Lead Smelter in 'the State of Kansas 5 I I I I I .I 2 1 E HAS BEEN A FACTOR IN THE E PROSPERITY OF GALENA FOR Q MORE THAN A GENERATION. I f s l LEAD MINED IN THIS DIS- 3 i TRICT AND SMELTED AT Q I THIS PLANT IS MADE INTO I I PRODUCTS SHIPPED FOR USE I i THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE Q WORLD. I I Q I I I I I I I Q The Eagle-Picher Mining 8a Smelting Co. Q I I Q I g I E . I 60i01lDilIl0l01ll10l0i1bl4bl1lQllQOQ PQI-5101 Plllll10l1li4l01lll0Q010i1li'.g. Page Sixty-one CZ'ih?zZ3iJi1li'ff,andb-4l-4l-2l-Qi-eX41Q36 -as I l l l ini 1:01411 111114 43701014 xjojojoiozcniozoicvioicxjcvjavif xjo-j4x1o11iio1o1o1o1o1o:4::1n11ij1x11r14m:1x14x1in:4::ii:f I Pa aiuiozu 1101014 s1o:o1u1o1n1cr1u14r1cr1o1cviar1csiax 10101010 101011 is 10:11034nicvioxxlioioicricricnizriauioioiiuifmiixifrix if ini Galena Machine and Electric Co. Welding General Machine and Repair Work SECOND HAND MACHINERY Motor Bearings and Rewinding Electrical Fixtures and Wiring Devices Timken Bearing Car Trucks Pump, Hoist and Mill Repair Parts GALENA, KANSAS 209-211 Main Street 3014 101014 ioioiuicriixioinuioiozcxilxinuicnioi fini: 303 fini 60 405 COMPLIMENTS OF J 0 H N ' S L U N C H J. W. CARLISLE, Prop. Main St. Galena. Kaus. It 'Pays to Trade at The GOLDEN RULE STORE IH n 25, EE me F25 Xl' mrs I8 --is ! ! Q Q l Q 1 l 4 ! Q Q n Main Compliments of LAMB GROCERY Buy Rite Grocery W. S. LAMB, Prop. 515 Main St. Phone Z7 1624 Main Galena. Kans Galena, Kansas ge Sixty-two E 2 E--. E E E E 193 6s-'H-fl-el-el-el-dCci5h?1,fy'FH1and Q pojoioiujojozuii rjo:o1o1u:o:oj1:1n:1 9011sicwif114xiivia1101411014sicsiinicxioioioioifrjoicuifxifrjcrioioioicnioi 54 sinioiuinzx 2 10:4 101010301 1 r3uin1oicnio1oil13n1u14: it CD inc! az: ! ! Q Q ! DEENYS Q ! 4 Q ! FOOD MARKET Q ! ! ! We are members of Associated Grocers Inc. E PHONE 44 410 MAIN i Q l Q ! DUQCPQUQUQUQ Inf QOQUQ4li iliiiliil QIYQ DQ QI l0,lPQOQ0i0QlYQOiIVQOQllQ 5 Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshies! Q GET YOUR PROM FROCKS GRADUATION FROCTKS GLEE CLUB PROCKS GAD ABOUTS AT 5 L. BAUM DRY GOODS COMPANY Q 'D0Q11l0Q7a0illQ0QllQ0,0Q0Q0illl0lll1010l0l0l0i0QllQOl0QllQDQUQUQ0C 5 CORRECT Mr. Powell-"The sentence, 'My father had money' is in the past tense. Now, Helen, what tense would you be using if you said, 'My father has money',"? i Helen Murphy-"Pretense." - 4 1 CERTAINTY Charley Overstreet looked long and thoughtfully at the second exam- Q ination question. which read: "State the number of tons of coal shipped Q out of the United States in any given year." Then his brow cleared and he wrote: H1492--none." ioinxiinioinioioioio-info Page Sixty-three The iBlue and f 'Q cixmx 1 1: 10101 - Acknowledging with Compliments t i A - 0 O , Loiilmi Qefgfggyice The Photo Work in this A nnua l Q Nothing too large or nothing too small to photograph :mini iuioqpiiioiocbifcsoxxnioiniiviuinicii:ifxiiniiriiuiciciizuiciuiiiviiq Compliments of CITIZEN'S BA NK 419 MAIN ST. PHONE 63 Stop and Gas WITH i FRED AND HARRY Archer Oil Co. i 300 W. 7Tl-I. ST. PHONE 330 :vioxx 1 if 1 ri iniuqnoic 111 xuiozuioi 11 11:14 it :nic 11:11:14 SUNK 10101: rc i Mr. Whitehead-"Willie, you have no excuse for staying away from i school yesterday." Q Willie McKenzie-HWQ11, if am my fault." g Mr. Whitehead-"lt isn't? Why?" Willie McKenzie-"Cause I done my best to think of a good one." :In u:n:u1o1n3oi in 2 xi 1 xi ic: vin: 10111111 in 1 :L 3 xi axial 2 rin Page Sixty-four i i i i i it K-2- iivzcnzoxixxriioiojojoiojoioiciiarilxic if 101011 x14nioixrimvii1011xiwnicni01:11:31:rxixiixio-ioioioioinicrjciioicxxirc 4 53-Inch Miehle Automatic Unit, one of the modern automatic presses. upon which our Annuals are printed. This press prints 16 pages of an annual at one time. Specialization . . . . printing a better product. better service and better prices. Dozens of schools in four states take advantage of our specialization and for years have used our service to their entire satisfaction. For this reason we have become recognized among the leaders in this field in the territory in which we operate. Every operation under one roof-Composition. Printing, and Binding, Automatic presses and every modern device to improve quality and lower costs is used. manned by a force of skilled workmen who take pride in I In School and College Annuals enables us to offer discriminating buyers of maintaining our reputation for quality. Q Get in touch with us for any Printing Requirement. We also manufacture a representative line of School Diplomas in book form. and maintain a complete Bindery and Ruling department, Ask for samples and prices. The Carpenter Press 716 4th Avenue Oswego Kansas C5116 231116 cmd- v qwme, s--'1?1n--Q11--1.11--Q1n-Q1--Q 1936 1 'i W 1Y! 1 1 VN 1 '1 1 1 11! Sv? 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 X X X 1. 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 11 .1 11 E? 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