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

 - Class of 1939

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The Fourth Volume of 7fze Blue ani Ztlhde Published by The Senior and Junior Classes of GALENA HIGH SCHOOL Galena, Kansas I939 Foreword HE staff presents this fourth edition of The Blue and White, hoping that, as you turn its pages and the os- sociations of our high school days pass in review, you will have many pleasant memories of the progress we made together. Page Two EDITORIAL STAFF Dick Simon Marie Breeden Editor Assistant Editor BUSINESS STAFF Phillip Geisler Olin Shetley Raymond Carlisle Helen Rohrbough FACULTY ADVISERS Beverly LaRue Dorotha Senter R. H. Troughton Dedication N recognition of her forty-three years of faithful service and in appreciation of he k II r 5 i ful instruction and guidance the class of T939 pay their tribute and dedicate this year book to Miss Flora Hubbard, our h' ' istory teacher and friend. MISS FLORA HUBBARD Page Thru - ,1 , 1. --- . 'Wm Bbw ancf Whde 1 . Page l'm.u GALENA HIGH SCHOOL IN 1906 'Wm Blue mc! Wide Our High School Although Yale has always favored The violet's dark hue, And the gentle sons of Harvard To the crimson rose are true, We will own the white carnation And honor it aright, While the high school stands defender Of the navy blue and white. Through the four long years of high school Midst the scenes we love so well And the mystic charms of knowledge We vainly seek to spell, Or we win athletic victories On the football field with might, Still we stand for dear Galena, And the navy blue and white. When the cares of life a'ertake us, Mingling fast aur locks with gray, Should our dearest hopes betray us, False fortunes fall our wayi Still we banish care and sadness As we turn our memories' sight, And recall those days of gladness 'Neath the navy blue and white. ul ?i '7AeBhfeancZW!14Ze- ROOSEVELT SCHOOL AT EMPIRE .......j Ihzgc Szx SPRING GROVE SCHOOL UNDER CONSTRUCTION ' ,-t?:1rf?1"ff '1 . "' I 'W a ' . . ., - . 2 Y . ---:Q we mu, we Proposed Junior High School ln l904, Galena saw the erection of our first high school. Many improvements having been made, the school is still in use to-day. The most important addition, the auditorium-gymnasium, on the south side of the original structure, was completed in 1935. ln the spring of l937, o new rock building, the Roosevelt Grade School, was finished in Empire. ' At the present' time a grade school is under construction in Spring Grove. Plans are being made for its completion by next fall. ' Bonds were voted this year to build a large school building on a centrally located site to take the places of the Central and East Galena school buildings. This building is to have eighteen class rooms, a health service room, a kitchen, two offices, and a gymnasium-audi- torium. We are proud of the progress that our schools have made in recent years. Page Seven . -i .-iii.- -. '7!w Blue ancf Whzie Board of Ecluca'rion John Simon .., William Berry .. L. B. McCartney . August Bradshaw Dr. C. H. Jones T. C. Senter .. .. President Vice-President . Member Member Member Member 1Top row?fBerry, McCartney, Simon lSecond row!--Bradshaw, Jones, Senter Page Ten ,. J. J. WHITEHEAD K. S. T. C. Pittsburg, University of Chicago, Colorado State College of Education Superintendent of Schools As we view in retrospection the past few years, we are convinced that we have made "Progress," as the theme of this year book indicates. The material progress is evidenced by a new gymnasium, stadium, the Roosevelt School, the Spring Grove School and the proposed Central Building. A happier, better trained student body convinces us all other phases of school work have kept pace with our building "Progress." All this has been made possible through the cooperation of an interested public, a fine student body and a group of competent teachers. Let us keep moving forward. Sincerely, J. J. Whitehead Page Eleven .l-.. ,..l..i.l.-l-.1 ti Page Twelve '7!wBhwam!W!uz'el1 Faculty OPAL HOARD Home Economics B. S., Kansas State College, Manhattan. FLORA HUBBARD Social Science burg, Columbia University, New York City. BEVERLY LARUE English and Languages burg. F 'Q 1 I , VI f i ,' ,L S' . 1 R. H,vDR'ClUgHTON , l , ixff' Scielnce K . . I x Q twigs " D. T. ABBEY Physical Education B. S., Northwestern Teachers' College, Tah lequah, Oklahoma. DOROTHA SENTER Mathematics A. B., Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas. IMOGENE SWANEY English B. S., and M. S., Kansas State Teachers College, Pittsburg. H. A. DERFELT Commerce burg. L. R. SCOVILLE Music B. M., Bethany College, Lindslnorg, Kansas B. S., Kansas State Teachers' College, Pitts' A. B., Kansas State Teachers' College, Pitts- B. ., Kansas State Teachers' College, Pitts- B. S., Kansas State Teachers' College, Pitts- . -11 .l...lL1- CLASS MOTTO 740 Blue and White Freshmen CLASS OFFICERS Leon Langford .,,,, ,Las ,,,. -,---., Kenneth Myers .., Billie Bradshaw on Imo Jean Feagan --, Ruth Hasenplaugh John Joseph .H,,,,C CLASS COLORS Purple and Silver ,s,,,- President ,Y Vice-President ---,, Sec'y-Treasurer -,,,- Reporter ,,- Cheer Leader ,oo Cheer Leader CLASS FLOWER Iris Be good, do good, make good. lFirst Rowl-Dick Sellers, Dorothy Mae Freeman, George Dunnill, Rosalee Pinson, Clinton Wade, Margie Redden, Warren Fieandt, Helen Macmillian. lSecond Rowl-Mary Frances Westcott, Bill Wilson, Billie Stratton, Leonard France, Lucille Morrison, Gerald Tackitt, Dorothy Lou Freeman, Harold Gibson. lThird Rowl-June King, lnas Patty, Mervin Fichtner, Wretha Smith, Kenneth Myers, Dorothy Qualls, Guy Morgan, Betty Shaw. lFourth Rowl-lmo Jean Feagan, Jack Delmar, Arnetta Porter, Bobby Shaddy, Billie Brad- shaw, Harry Don Rice, Lois Coberley, Howard Jones. lFifth Rowl-Bill Wade, Madge Ferguson, Robert Pine, Ruth Esther Hasenplaugh, George Downing, Joanna Mathiews, John Joseph, Joan Easley. lSixth Rowl-Dortha Wolfe, John Faulkner, Mary Catherine Rice, Jack Watkins, Mary Jo Gandy, Nellie Lawing, Ira Endicott, Marjorie Anderson. lSeventh Rowl-Clella McGuire, Raymo June Cagle, Jim Channel, Marjorie Jarrett, Lonnie Stussy, Betty Kinkade, Frances Smith, Frank Stainsbrook. lEighth Rowl-Irene Collins, Junior Jent, Elizabeth Phipps, Leon Langford, Betty Jean Weston, James Bailey, Adeline Bowers, Edward Enyart. lNinth Rowl-Annibel Hatfield, Dorothy Stansberry, Eva Shoemaker, Hilda Shaeffer, Helen Robinson, Martha France, Zenobia Cook, Elizabeth Anne Jones. lTenth Rowl-Norma Crabtree, Juanita Geisler, Marjorie Gardner, Kathryn Corbus. Page Fourteen '7!zeB!ueancZ7U!14S2'e'ii Class of I942 Page Fifteen Sophomores CLASS OFFICERS Billy Lee ,N-,Am -sw ,,,,,..,,. ,-,.,, President Kenneth Murphy sc., Vice-President Marjorie Bennett sc- ,.,. Secretary Joe Cagle ,-,.., L-- Treasurer Gerald Wallace L- ,L .,.A .. Reporter Helen Messer L Cheer Leader CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER Old Rose and Black Sweet Pea CLASS MOTTO What l am to be, l am now becoming. lFirst Rowl-La Veta Murray, Billy Lee, Marjorie Armstrong, Joe Cagle, Alice Davis, Leon Fox, Margaret Benton. llSecond Rowi--Frank Tryon, Rae Martin, J. D. Hunt, Ruthalea Edmonds, Paul Duncan, Winnia Coffey, Maurice Martin. lThird Rowl-Clarence Wilson, lmogene Coberley, Lloyd Dickson, Nellie Lentz, Eugene Russell, Ruby Gow, Willy Watkins, Lois Stinson, lFourth Rowl-Earney Gaede, Geneva Jones, Howard Thompson, Marjorie Bennett, Kenneth Murphy, Helen Messer, Earl Morris, ldamae Anderson. lFifth Rowl-Murel Patterson, Violet Rice, Neal Stidham, Novella Morrison, Glendora Myres, lmogene Dean, Kathleen Myres, Helen Carlisle. Q lSixth Rowl-Gates Harreld, Waymeth Shetley, Henry Lepard, Mary Shultz, Carl Webb, Louise Moyer, Ray Bynum, Margaret Harnpson. lSeventh Rowl--Norman De Graff, Virginia Strickland, Gerald Wallace, Marjorie Brown, Harry Glades, Dorothy Scott, Bob Wells, Claudine Elliott. h lEighth Rowl-Harrison Myers, La Vonne Wade, Bob Tremble, Leila Port, Howard Lane, Max Shaw, lmogene Pittman, Riley Clark. lNinth Rowl-Mayme Lee Stillson, Gerald Casteel, Jean Clark, Wayne Largent, Gwendolyn Clawson, Helen Ryan, Charles Hamilton, Junior Donaldson. Page Sixteen '7!:e Blue am! 7UfulZ'e Class of I94I . .i. ...1 .i-...-- CLASS MOTTO 744 Blue ani Zyfulfe Juniors CLASS OFFICERS Gerald Martin -c,, , ,,,, Ha- .,,, ..-Ls -ss ,,..,.-- President Olin Shetley ,S..A. . ,-,.- ,,..,. Vice-President Helen Oyler .,,SS, ns-- ,,S,. .e,S,.,... S ecretary Paul Gaskin WWW .... Y,..e.,.. T reasurer Helen Rohrbough ,ss zzv, Doris Carr ,,,, , CLASS COLORS Blue and Gold ,,,,,,,, Reporter ..- Cheer Leader CLASS FLOWER Violet One for all, and all for one. Q lFirst Rowl-Yoder Allen, Wanda Havens, June Young, Le Roy Shallenbarger, Hazel Gil- strap, Margaret Fowler, Paul Gaskin. lSecond Rowl-Fontaine Brasch, Fred Frazier, Thelma Link, Marguerite Kinkade, Clair Shaw, Nadine Lane, Jack Carlisle. lThird Rowl--Betty Benton, Bob Hardwick, Thelma Williams, Bill Jackson, Evelyn Farris, Granville Olds, Helen Oyler. lFourth Rowl--Marie Breeden, John Allen, Juanita Overstreet, Eudora Hill, Marion Parker, Bob Tollman, Marjorie Henson. lFifth Rowl-Wanda Webb, Gerald Martin, James Shaw, Millie Mae Wenzel, Charles Davis, Lois Craig, Betty Jane Dixon. lSixth Rowl--Colleen Shaw, Lenora Parsons, Olin Shetley, Mary Marie Schrader, Neal Tremble, Dorothy Morey, Claude Williams. lSeventh Rowl--Margie Allen, Ruth Davis, Doris Carr, Bill Shaddy, Lou Ann Stillson, Robert Scott, Katherine Starks. lEighth Rowl-Kathleen Jones, Veda Oliver, Margaret Qualls, Leon Carlisle, Letha Haug, Hazel Swan, Peggy Ellington. lNinth Rowl-Betty Shaetter, Leta Smythe, Johnny Stidham, Helen Rohrbough, Bob Sum- mers, Zola Hattield, Alene Sturgis, Nora Allen. Page Eighteen 7AeB!ueamZW!u:z'e-'l-l- Class of I940 Page Nineteen .. . -1.---.-il F '7!w Eine ancfeyfullle President - .L ,A Vice President Secreta ry Treasurer Seniors CLASS OFFICERS Philip Geisler ,,s.-, Acel Lamb ,,,. ,. U .,.,.,, ,,,w,,-,-,,,,, Dolores Myers LAW- ,,,, ,,-- A Betty Jean Williams Bobbie Wright ,,-,,,,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,- Walter Archer A-, Class Colors Red and White Class Motto ,,,,, ,,.- 4 Reporter Program Chairman Class Flower American Beauty Rose Opportunity is the door to success-We have to open it, Now that we have succeeded in making our way to the top rung of the proverbial high school ladder and are ready to receive the coveted honors of graduation, the senior class take this opportunity to express their appreciation and thanks to their teachers and friends who have made it possible for them to go through the four years of high school successfully Valedictorian Colon Dunn Page Twenty HONOR ROLL ll8 Dolores Myers Mildred Bogle Bobbie Wright Woody Wilson Wanda Lee Fichtner Jonetta Davis Dick Simon Betty Jean Williams Joy IOO 95 94 9l 90 89 89 89 Salutotorian Lee Wade 1.. .i .l-i ... .. lO8 . , PHILLIP GEISLER BETTY JEAN WILLIAMS -X ww gm We wwe ,I A ,I i -1 - -1...- .. .Adv I Y NI 93 1 I f I jr." I I U' I I 'LJ I I I 4, , ' 1711 ACEL LAMB I X M Z DOLORES MYERS BOBBIE WRIGHT , A WALTER ARCHER 'I ' ,I MW HMM If Af' I ,jf JOY LEE WADE ROY GARDNER MYONZA ALLEN' I LOUISE LENE D ,, WOOOY WILSON '77 ' AILEEN HAVERFIELD HELEN HINMAN COLON DUNN WILMETTA BERRY DONALD KING JONETTA DAVIS ly' 1 1 -Q ffflf X, 1 u l ,. f WW' Page Twenty-one 7638 amfwifzie l IB Wf,4""'Lfl" .. l...1.-.11 LP. . . UI MARION HOWERTON MILDRED BOGLE VIRGIL PICKETT MABLE BAN KSON PAUL WADE ZELLA MARTIN ,Jiafaf RAYMOND WALKER MARY JO HONEYWELL CHARLES RI-IOADES IN DICK SIMON LAVON DOWNING MAURICE LAMB LLOYD RUSSELL MARJORIE CAGLE RAYMON D CARLISLE 5 IMA VIRGINIA INWOOD TED CARVER '7!wBZaemJZ1! A I , Le .!' 1 ,f ' x I ,xy , If NORMA FARE A, ' JUNIOR FRENCH WANDALEE FICI-ITNER JESS KINSEY RAY ROOSA IDA MAE DUNNILL ROBERT OVERSTREET I PERRY HOLME X THELMA 1 I JMR f LANE STARINA A7Q,fvQ 5 EARL CUPP RAY RYAN VZLRM, ya 4 f MARGIE POYNER Blu. GAVIN VIRGINIA BROWN K, L I JACK ADAMS W f- we LUCILE FARRIS , f 1 I J I. I 1i :4---1---i- f, ,X I1 MLW , . if 1 ,lf 5,,f', .ff'QQ!,- -A Iwfgifgu W AIA 'IRM UWM Page Twenty-three ----7AeB!uefwJWA4:z'e-l'l-- Class History On September 7, l935, a group of ninety-five boys and girls entered old G. H. S. with a reputation of being one of the largest classes ever to enter the school. We' held our first class meeting and under the sponsorship of Mr. Powell and Miss lliff we elected the following class officers: President, Dick Simon, Vice-President, Acel Lamb, Treasurer, lda Mae Dunnill, Re- porter, Betty Jean Williams. We chose red and white as our class colors and the American beauty rose as our class flower. Many of our classmates participated in school activities by joining clubs and musical organizations. When the year was ended we were told that we were no longer green "freshies" but that we had at last gained the privilege to be called sopho- mores. During our sophomore year, however, there were no memorable events only that many of our freshman classmates had left our number and many of the boys in our class had found out that they too could go out for sports, and a real success they were. Our junior year was filled with many gay events. Our junior sponsors were Miss Beverly La Rue and Mr. R. H. Troughton. Under their able sponsorship we selected as .our class officers: President, Phillip Geisler, Vice-President, Acel Lamb, Secretary and Treasurer, Delores Myers, Reporter, Raymond Carlisle. Although we have never had the reputation of being a very active class, we had the privilege of seeing one of our classmates, Lavon Downing, crowned as i938 Carnival queen and Betty Jean Williams as our 1938 Athletics queen. On April 29, l938, we gave our first class play, "The Strange Bequest," which we thought was a great success. We also kept the old tradition by entertaining the so-called "dignified seniors" of '38 at the annual Junior-Senior banquet, given May 6, l938. Thus one of our best years in G. H. S. was over. Now at last we have gained the distinction of being "dignified Seniors," and the privilege of being looked upon and envied by our under classmates. Each year our group became smaller, but nevertheless through four years of school we have maintained our reputation of being an unusually large class, and have in our class at present twenty-five girls and twenty-eight boys. Our Senior Class play, "Toby Helps Out," was presented on April l2, l939. As we are finishing our school days in old G. H. S. we can only leave our word of appreciation for four years of exciting and successful school-life and are sure that in the future we can recall these four years as the best in our lives. Page Twenty-four Mum Page Twenty-Hue Musical Organizations The musical organizations were reorganized this year under the supervision of Mr. Leslie Scoville. Music was a regular part of the school program with an hour of every day devoted to each group. The girls' drum and bugle corps afforded entertainment for the spectators and encourage- ment for the players at games of both the football and basketball teams. Marching along in their new blue and white uniforms with several additional rows of girls, they did, indeed, pre- sent a flashy spectacle. The first band that the high school has had in many years gave thrills to the students and increased the love of the alumni for their alma mater as they played their snappy pieces at the athletic contests during the year. A group of talented student musicians made up our orchestra. lt made a successful debut in assembly after which it appeared several times at school programs. The orchestra worked on solo work and group numbers, one of which was a string quintet. Although the orchestra was not large, cooperation made it a balanced organization. Increased by a considerable number of voices, the boys' glee club studied group and com- munity singing this year. With twenty-six voices in the girls' glee club, they studied two and three part pieces. At various times throughout the year they appeared in assembly with classical and semi-classical songs. Trio work was carried on during the year. Both glee clubs led in the community singing in the assemblies. The Galena High School may well be proud of the progress that the music department has made. Page Twenty-six , - . 744 Mae and Whlie - - . Drum Corps lFirst Raw!-Carr, Edmonds, Armstrong, Allen, Honeywell, Messer, Bennett, Hill, Moyer, McKay, Hatfield, Oyler, Rohrbough. lSecond Row!-Jones, Ellington, Hatfield. lThird Row!-Williams, Craig, Cagle, Scoville, Smith, Cook, Tackitt. lFourth Rowl-Benton, Shetley. lFifth Rowl-Downing, Jarrett, Westcott, Bradshaw, Hasenplaugh, Dixon. lSixth Rowl-Poyner, Breeden, Dunnill. SNARE DRUMS Lavon Downing ldamae Dunnill Betty Dixon Margie Poyner Betty Jean Williams Marjorie Bennett Wayrneth Shetley Helen Rohrbough Kathleen Jones Margaret Benton Nancy Tackitt Zola Hatfield Doris Carr MR. SCOVI LLE, Instructor MAJOR Peggy Ellington TWIRLERS Billie Bradshaw Marjorie Jarrett Mary Westcott Ruth Hasenplaugh FLAG BEARERS Zenobia Cook Lois Craig CYMBALS Leta Smythe Marjorie Cagle BASS DRUM Marie Breeden BUGLES Helen Oyler Annibel Hatfield Geraldine McKay Louise Moyer Eudora Hill Betty Jean Weston Dorothy Freeman Helen Messer Mary Jo Honeywell Myonza Allen Marjorie Armstrong Ruthalea Edmonds Freeman, Weston Page Twentufseuen "-I-I+' '7!wBZueamZ2Wu2'e VIOLINS Lois Stinson Kenneth Murphy Glendora Myres Marjorie Bennett Lonnie Stussy CLARINETS Margie Poyner Martha France Frank Tryon SAXOPHONE Hclcn Hinman Orchestra MR. SCOVILLE, Conductor TRUMPETS Maurice Martin Howard Thompson Howard Jones Harry Don Rice PIANO Moyme Lee Stillson CELLO Lou Ann Stillson DRUMS Billy Lee tLeft ta right!-Stillson, Stinson, Martin, Murphy, Thompson, Jones, Rice, Hmman Mr. Scoville, Lee, Stillson, Poyner, France, Tryon, Myres, Bennett, Stussy. Page Twenty-eight ,1.1....l 1-il '7!wB!wwdW!1u'e CLARINETS Dick Sellers Frank Tryon Henry Lepard Martha France Earney Gaede ALTO HORN Perry Bullard ALTO SAXOPHONE Gates Harreld BARITONES Jonetta Davis Robert Overstreet CYMBALS Mary Catherine Rice Band CORNETS Howard Thompson Ruthalea Edmonds Marjorie Armstrong Louise Moyer Maurice Martin Junior Donaldson Arnetta Porter lmo Jean Feagan TROMBONES Lonnie Stussy John Joseph BASS DRUM Virgil Pickett SNARE DRUM Billy Lee MR. SCOVI LLE, Director lSeatedl-Poyner, France, Gaede, Overstreet, Sellers, Tryon, Lepard, Davis, Harreld, Bullard Thompson, Moyer, Armstrong, Edmonds, Joseph, Simon, Feagan, Porter, Donaldson, Martin lStandingJ-Lee, Rice, Pickett, Mr. Scoville, Stussy. Twenty-nin Boys' Glee Club lTop Rowl-Lloyd Dickson, Clair Shaw, Virgil Pickett, Mr. Scoyille linstructorl, Robert Scott, Granville Olds, Bill Jackson, lSecond Rowl7John Stidham, Gerald Martin, Dick Simon, Jack Carlisle, Harry Glades, Olin Shetley, Donald King, Bill Shaddy, Bob Wells. lThird Raw!--Bob Tremble, Lean Fox, Earl Morris, Carl Webb, Wayne Largent, J. D. Hunt, Riley Clark, Robert Overstreet. lFourth Rowl7Bill Wade, Clarence Wilson, Eugene Russell, Claude Williams, Joe Cagle, Neal Stidham, Bob Tollman, Raymond Metz, Gerald Casteel, Girls' Glee Club l'l'op Rowl7Gwendolyn Clawson, Billie Louise Stratton, Margie Jean Redden, Mary Cath- erine Rice, Mildred Bogle, Ruth Davis, Marie Breeden, lcla Mae Ddnnill, Mr. Scoville linstructorl. lSecond Rowl7Betty Jean Williams, Dorothy Lou Freeman, Thelma Ross, Mable Bankson, Colleen Shaw, Norma Fare, Layan Downing, Marjorie Cagle, Helen Hinman. lThird Rowlv--,Dorothy Qualls, Leila Port, Kathryn Carbus, Raye Martin, lmogene Dean, Wandalee Fichtner, Wilmetta Berry, Joanna Mathlews. Page Thfrl ll Page Thirty-on -1----'-"7!feBZueanaZZl!A4:Ze-i-f The Football Season Football practice started with the opening day of school. Thirty-three men, including several letter-men from last year's team, answered Coach Abbey's first call for practice. Our first game was played at Galena, September 28, with Quapaw. All of our boys were rather inexperienced, with the exception of Carlisle who had been out for football for several years before the l938 season. lt was a hard-fought battle, neither team seeming to be able to gain any ground against the other. The game finally ended with a score of O to O. The next game, played at Carl Junction, October 7, was more exciting to the fans. Most of the Galena folks expected our team to be defeated, but our boys were determined to win. After a lot of thrills and spills Galena came out on top by a score of l2 to O. The third game of the season was played at Edno, October l4. Something lperhaps the heatl was wrong with our boys. They were listless and couldn't seem to get started. lt was a sad Galena team that came home that night to report that they had lost by a score of l2 to 6. On October Zl, Chetopa came to Galena determined to beat us but we were equally deter- mined that they shouldn't and the game ended in a scoreless tie. Next we played at McCune, October 2. During this game, French almost lost his suit. The McCune boys had a good time tearing French's clothes. Gaskin caught a long pass and made the only touchdown of the game. The score was 6 to O. Our only night game was played at Oswego, November I l. Oswego scored l3 points before French, playing with our "B" team line, ran over 90 yards for af touchdown. After a few more minutes of hard playing the game ended, Oswego l3, Galena 6. Baxter came next and although they were doped to beat us by 40 points we held them to one touchdown. Galena had many chances to put one across but just couldn't quite make it. The final score was 6 to O. The last game was played at home against Altamont. Our team played a good game but was defeated by a score of 7 to 6. Page Thirty- I wa ,i .i.. . -- '7!wEZueaml70hiz'e Foo+balI Schedule . WE THEY O . , Quapaw .., - O I2 . Carl Junction W W, O 6 , ., Edna ss ss I2 O Chetopa , ss O 6 W, , .. McCune . Y- O 6 W.. . . Oswego H., -s I3 O . . .. Baxter , W z, 6 6 , .. ,. ., Altamont' ss- .E 7 lTop Rowi-Mr. Troughton, Myers, Webb, Fieandt, Shaw, Joseph, Morris, M. Martin, Mr. Abbey. lSecond Row!-Goskin, G. Martin, J. Carlisle, J. Show, C. Show, G. Shaw, Stidham, Shelley, Hardwick, Jackson. lThird Rowl-Howerfon. Russell, Ryan, French, Simon, R. Carlisle, Overstreet, Lamb, Dunn. Page Thirty-three "-ri-'7!1eB!uemclW!u:z'e ae? if 4 fi' l ' .xl 4 , nv r if il S NX Mr 3 ff wil? . 'Q lTop Rowl-George Shaw, Ray Ryan, Earl Morris, Maurice Lamb, Bob Harwlck. lSecond Rowl-Olin Shetley. lTbird Rowl-Lloyd Russell, Junior French, Raymond Carlisle, Joe Cogle. lFourtn Rowl-Warren Fieondt, Bill Jackson, Dick Simon, Gerald Martin, Mr. Abbey Page Thirty-four .1---1 ..1 . ... ...-tl.-. 7!w Blue ancf Wide ,1 8 A "Y, y. ,+I - 7 f' J qi .. 5 , 'Top Row? -Neal Tremble, Colon Dunn, Clair Shaw, Paul Gaskin, Jack Carlisle. 1Second Rowbm-Carl Webb. lThird Rowl -Max Shaw, James Shaw, Maurice Martin, Robert Overstreef. lFourth Row!-Mr. Troughton, Marion Howerton, John Joseph, Harrison Myers. Page Thirt y-HU '-f::::::::::: 1ZQe l2Awe a,uf QZAQjj9 i::::::::::T- BasketbaH Although the l939 edition of Coach D. T. Abbey's cage teams didn't figure very high in the Twin-Valley League basketball race, they had a good time keeping the opposition on their collective toes in order to stay on top in the score. The courtsters won only two conference games this season, while Coach Troughton's second squad were tying for the top position in the Class "B" division. Individual pictures lreading downi Gerald Martin Jr. Shaw Warren Fieandt James Shaw Charles Hamilton Maurice Lamb Dick Simon Lloyd Russell Mr. Abbey Mr. Troughton Carl Webb Raymond Carlisle Jr. French Maurice Martin Paul Gaskin Neal Tremble Johnny Stidharn Harrison Myers lTop Rowl-Cagle, Bynum, Harreld, Adams, Fox, Joseph, Duncan, Johnson, N. Stidham, Wallace. l2nd Rowl-Abbey, French, Morris, Tremble, Shetley, Morgan, Largent, Hamilton, J. Stid- ham, M. Martin, Thompson, Troughton. l3rd Rowl-Lamb, G. Shaw, Gaskin, J. Shaw, Fieandt, Simon, Carlisle, G. Martin, Russell, Webb. Page Thirry'six 744 Mae am! Whde "'-::::::::::: fZQe Z2Lwe aluf QZLQJZ3 i::::::::::T- Track Because this book went to press before the track season was fully under way, we are unable to give you a full account ot the track meets. The preliminary class contests proved very satisfactory and Coaches Abbey and Troughton look for a big year from their squad. lTop Rowl-Bullard, Wallace, M. Martin, Cagle, Harreld, Davis, N. Trernble, Russell, Wade, J, Carlisle, Morgan, G. Shaw, G. Martin, Lepard, Lamb, Johnson. lMiddle Row!-Thompson, Dunnill, B. Trernble, Morris, Fox, M. Shaw, Kinsey, J. Shaw, Joseph, Rice, Dunn, C, Shaw, France, Lane. lFront Row?-Coach Troughton, Fieandt, Endicott, Gibson, Webb, Cupp, R. Carlisle, Stidharn, Gaskin, French, Enyart, Hamilton, Coach Abbey. Page Thirty-eight Junior High Basketball Teams The Galena Junior High cage squads had a successful season this year, as they carried off six trophies from district meets, Each of Coach William Roe's teams, the "A" squadf and the "Midgets," took second place in the Tri-County League. The Midgets took first place in the Tri-County Tournament at Cherokee and the Galena invitation get-to-gether here. At the Carterville Tournament the elfmen were beaten in the finals by Cherokee and had to be con- tented with second place. The "A" team went to the finals in the same three tournaments but could do no better than come out with the second place cups, Edward Enyart set a terrific pace in scoring by caging 253 points during the season, 29 points in one game, and to prove he was not just tepid he rang up Z2 points in the first half of the first game at the Carterville meet before Mr, Roe benched him to let him cool off. Mr. Roe, who has been one of the most successful Junior High Coaches in the district, has directed athletics at the Junior High for seven years. lFront Rowl-Wilson, James Jent, Martin---Captain, Russell, Elmer Jent. 'Second Row!-l-lowerton, Jack Enyart, Eichtner, Gavin, Webb, Vlfatkins, Coach Roe. 'Back RowI+Wallace, Berry, Edward Enyart---Captain, Gibson, Endicott, Foin, Stussy. Page 777l'l'ly-I7Il'lt' - ,1..1.i-1 l Marjorie Jarrett Ruth Esther Hasenplaugh Billie Bradshaw Joy Lee Wade Bobbie Wright Dolores Myers Zella Martin Helen Rohrbough Colleen Shaw Thelma Link Doris Carr Page Forty '7!1e Blue and While Pep Club Marjorie Bennett Ruthalea Edmonds Thelma Ross ldamae Dummill Lavon Downing Virginia Inwood Mable Bankson Norma Fare Helen Hinman Mary Jo Honeywell Myonza Allen Betty Jean Williams GALENA HIGH SCHOOL YELLS Are we Bulldogs? Yes! What kind of Bulldogs? Galena Bulldogs! Let's hear you growl. Gr-r-r-r! Are they Bulldogs? Yes! What kind of Bulldogs? .V..V,s-,, L.LLLw,, Bulldogs! Let's hear 'em growl. Yip! Yip! Yip! Yip! Fight 'em, team, tight 'eml Fight 'em, team, fight 'eml Fight 'em fair, fight 'em square! Fight 'em, team, fight 'eml B-u-I-ll B-u-B-ug D-o-D-og D-o-g-s! B-u-l-I-D-o-g-s! B-u-l-l-D-o-g-sl Bulldogs! Galena Bulldogs! Katana, Katana, Kataw, Kataw! Kazoola, Kazoola, Kazaw, Kazaw! Katana, Kataw, Kazoola, Kazaw! Galena High School-Rah! Rah! Rah! Your pep! Your pep! You've got it, now keep it, Doggone it, don't lose it Your pep! Strawberry Shortcake, gooseberry pie! V-i-c-t-o-r-y! l-W-W-K-K-K! Galena! Galena! Can they play! A basket, a basket, o basket boys! You make the basket- We'll make the noise! G-a-I-e-n-a! G-a-l-e-n-al That's the way to spell it! Here's the way to yell it! GALENA! Hold that line! Hold that line! Hold that line--Galena! Baxter's in the high chair! Who put 'em up there? Ma! Pa! Sis-Boom-Bah! Galena High School! Rah! Rah! Rah! We've got a school, We've got a yell! We've got a team that fights likeil Hit 'em high! Hit 'em low! Come on, gang! Let's go! Page Forty-on ,l..1.. .1. 1- -1 5th 6th 9th l 2th 20th 23rd 27th 30th 5th l lth l4th l 8th 20th 2l st 28th 30th 4th Sth l Oth l l th l 8th 23rd 24th 30th 6th 9th l Sth 20th 22nd 'Wie Elue cnc! Calendar SEPTEMBER School opened-5 hr. day explained. Students seem to like 5 hr. day lNo wage law yetl White There isn't as much skipping school now that we have the 6th hour. About 40 boys out practicing football. First scrimmage held yesterday. Opening sale of season football tickets "Pepper" Martin bought first ticket. lst football game with Quapaw. O-O. Students ask permission to organize Pep Club. Football game with Carl Junction l2-O, us. OCTOBER Pep meeting--lsnake dance with trimmingsl. Started sale of rabbit foot pins for football season. "Ah sho does hope this changes yo' luck." Football game with Edna. I2-6, Edna. Received new books for the Eng. library, including Mr. Abbey announced the last home game. Football game with Chetopa-scoreless tie-"Come new dictionaries. on you rabbit foot!" Football game with McCune-We won "Thanks, foot." Hallowe'en- NOVEMBER School dismissed--Teachers' meeting at Pittsburg. Enlarged and painted typing-room "Boy! Were we Jr. Play "Cheerio My Deario." Football game-Oswego-- Football game with Baxter-Ditto-6-O. Football game with Altamont. and 25th Thanksgiving vacation. Yum, Yum. Chili supper for Drum Corps girls and Football b members "Darn good chili!" DECEMBER Six weeks test. "Where's a rabbit's foot?" Beginning of basketball season. Seniors received class rings. "Mm Pretty." lst b.b. game with Weir City. Christmas vacation "Goodyl Goody!" Page Forty-two gIad!" oys-served by teachers and board i - . 1...1, .1-- --...i 3rd 6th 9th l l th I 3th I 6th l7th l8th 20th 23rd 24th 3 I st 3rd 7th 8th 9th I Oth I Sth I 4th I 6th 22nd 24th 3rd 8th I Oth I Sth I 7th 24th 28th 3 I st 4th 7th l Ith I2th I4th I 8th I9th 25th 27th Sth l2th l4th 15th 16th 17th '7!w Blue and Wide Calendar JANUARY Back to school after Xmas vacation, 1--l1. .1- - ....1. - Mr. and Mrs. Scoville played violins in chapel. Basketball game with Joplin-Y here. Basketball game with Joplin-Y there. State Tests lMercy!l Quapaw b. b. game here. Elected annual staff members. Ist annual staff meeting. Game with Edna. Started taking pictures for annual. "Our Aunt from California" play. B.B. game Oswego there. Daniel Dew and Co. program. B.B. game with Chetopa here. B.B. game with Oswego here. FEBRUARY B.B. game with Altamont here. Baxter-there. Launched annual campaign. Elected Queen from each class. Game with Edna. Game with Weir. t Seniors selected announcements. l"More moneyl"l and l7th League Tournament-Oswego. Mr. Abbey announced last home game. l"No kidden' this time."l Last home game lGalena vs. Baxterl. MARCH Mr. Troughton's chapel. Spooks and Frauds program. Mr. Abbey's chapel-String quartet. Freshmen had a party in gym. Miss Swaney's chapel-"Swing Band"--"Yeah Man!" Physics class visited Empire Dist. plant. Jr. class party. Opening of track season. lst track meet with Weir here. APRIL Received books for library from McCullough's. Miss Hubbard's chapel-Dr. Royal J. Dye, missionary from Africa. Preview of Sr. play. Sr. Honor Roll. Track meet at Pittsburg lannounced many dis- appointments! Senior play-"Toby Help's Out." County track meet at Columbus. Frank Stamps Quartet. Track meet with Senica-here. and 26th School dismissed for Fiesta-Drum Corps participated. and 28th Music festival at Pittsburg. MAY Conference Track meet at Galena. Senior chapel-Junior and Senior Prom. Baccalaureate. Senior Picnic. Class nite. Commencement. Page F orty-three .i..li...... - 7!w Blue ancf 2044116 The Junior Class Play Melchizedek Desdemona Sue Grahame Cherry Holt Dick Grahame CHEERIO, MY DEARIO by Jay Tobias CHARACTERS Sophronia Spatchett Fifi Tommy Tarrant Mrs. T, Jefferson Johns Gwenneth Johns Lord Cuthbert Twillingham Snodsbury Taxi Driver Miss Dorotha Senter, Director Bob Hardwick Helen Rohrbough Helen Oyler Doris Carr Olin Shetley Marie Breeden Peggy Ellington James Shaw Betty Jane Dixon Betty Benton Robert Scott John Allen John Allen lBciCk Row!--Miss Senter, Hardwick, Shaw, Scott, Shetley, Martin. lFront Row!-V-Dixon, Ellington, Rohrbough, Carr, Broaden, Oyler, Benton. Pugzv I-'nrlif-four , . . '7!w Eine ancf Zwusie The Senior Class Play TOBY HELPS OUT by Anne Martens CHARACTERS Toby Molly Betty Lou Jane Johnnie Dove Mortimer Mrs. Harvey Mr. Phelps ,, ,, Acel Lamb Lavon Downing Betty Jean Williams Thelma Ross Junior French H Perry Holmes , ,, Colon Dunn Dolores Myers Earl Cupp Miss Beverly LaRue, Director lBack Rowl--fFrench, Dunn, Cupp, Kinsey, Lomb, 1Front Row!-Myers, Downing, Ross, Williams. Page lforly-Iwo l .2- T. Typing Several changes were made in the Commercial Department during the I938-l939 term. Eight Underwood Master Typewriters were added. The department now has twenty-three type- writers-fourteen Underwood Masters and nine standard rnodels. The typing room was enlarged and redecorated. The department offers courses in Business Arithmetic, Penmanship, Business Law, Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Typing l and Typing ll. Certificates in typing are given by the school. The students in this picture were the first to receive certificates. lLeft Rowl4Jones, Scott, Stillson, Dixon, Carr, Craig. lSecond Rowl?Myers, Qualls, Shoeffer, Davis, Shetley, lThird Rowl-Farris, Allen, Poyner, Webb, Allen, Carlisle. iFourth Rowl7Parlcer, Swan, Cagle, Hinman, Shaw, Henson. IStandingJ-Mr. Whitehead, Mr, Derfelt, Page Forty-six Miss Hubbard: Who was the first President of the United States? Acelz George Washington. Miss Hubbard: Who is president today? Acelz Franklin D. Roosevelt Jones. Miss Hubbard: Are you sure? Acel: Yessiree! Yessireel Yessiree! Gerald Martin: I don't think I ought to get "O" in this exam. Mr. Whitehead: I know-l'm sorry, but that's positively the lowest grade there is. Virginia Lee Inwood: All good men are conceited. Raymond Carlisle: Oh, I don't know, I'm not. Mr. Troughton: Do you know how the rats get in here? Walter Archer: NAWI Mr. Troughton: That's right. Miss Hoard: What happened to Babylon? Billy Lee: It fell. Miss Hoard: Nineveh? Billy: Destroyed. Miss Hoard: And Tyre? Billy Lee: Punctured! Colon Dunn: When I'm in a dentist's chair, what time is it? Ted Carver: How should I know? Colon Dunn: lt's tooth hurty, and when my tent blows away? Ted Carver: I see it! It would be tent wenty, of course. Ken. Murphy: Join me in a glass of lemonade? Frank Tryon: You get in first, and I'll see if there is room left." Miss Senter: If an English teacher is a book worm, what is a Geometry teacher? Miss La Rue: An Angle worm. He: May I hold your Palmolive? She: Not on your Life Buoy. He: Then l'm out of Lux? She: Yes, Ivory formed. Paul: You're the only girl I ever loved. Ida Mae: How can I ever believe that? Paul: All the rest of them did. Helen R.: I don't see how football players ever get clean. Katy J.: Silly, what do you think we have "Scrub" teams for? P Mabel B.: How is hash made? Miss Hoard: My dear, hash isn't made-it's accumulated. Joy: Where has Poly-gon? Bobbie: Maybe she climbed a Geometry. Dr. Derfelt: Can you type? Jack Adams: Yes, I use the Columbus system. Mr. Derfelt: What's that? Jack Adams: I discover a key and then land on it. Page Forty-seven ,l SENIORS Dick Simon ,, Phillip Geisler , , Raymond Carlisle Margie Poyner Ray Ryan , , Acel Lamb Myonza Allen Betty Jean Williams Joy Lee Wade Dolores Myers , Thelma Ross Ted Carver , ,, Beverly La Rue, '7!ze Blue and Whaie Annual Stall Editor , Business Managers Business Managers Circulation Manager Sports Editor Art Editor , Feature Editor Class Editor Organization Editor Accountant Typists ,, , Typists R. l-l. Troughton, Dorotha Senter JUNIORS Marie Breeden Olin Shetley Helen Rohrbough , Doris Carr Paul Gaskin Neal Tremble Lou Ann Stillson Helen Oyler Peggy Ellington Colleen Shaw Betty Dixon Marion Parker Faculty Advisers lTop Rowl-Miss La Rue, Ryan, Lamb, Carver, Gaskin, Trernble, Miss Senter. lSecond Rowl4Myers, Ross, Stillson, Ellington, Wade, Parker, Williams, Oyler, Allen, Show, Dixon. lTl'iird RowliPoyner, Carlisle, Rohrlnougln, Simon, Breeden, Geisler, Carr, Slwetley. Page' Iforly-eight Qealmeft Page Forlyfnim '-T::::::::::: fZLe l2Lue dual Q2AQjjg 1:::::::::::f-' CDur Stars Dick Simon in "The Singing Kid." Jack Carlisle starring in "The Thin Man." Bill Jackson starring in "After The Thin Man." Margaret Fowler in "Speed To Spare." Myonza Allen in "Every day's a HoIiday." Betty Jean Williams in "Love ls News." Acel Lamb in "Wake Up and Live." Carl Webb in "The Lite of a Painter." Bob Summers and Sonja Henie in "Thin Ice." George Downing in "Hold that Freshie." Bob Hardwick in "When Do We Eat?" ldamae Dunnill and Paul Gaskin in "Ain't Love Grand?" Mary Frances Wescott in "Dancing Lady." Peggy Ellington and Raymond Carlisle in "Made For Each Other." Juanita Overstreet, Wanda Webb, and Betty Schaffer in "Three Smart Girls Dorothy Lou Freeman in "Dangerl Love At Work l" Perry Holmes and Jack Adams in "Easy Living." "Peanut" Myers and "Strawberry" Fieandt in "Me and My Shadow." Mary Jo Honeywell in "Too Hot To Handle." Kenneth Murphy and Marjorie Bennett in "Tarzan and His Mate." Billy Lee in "The Little Drummer Boy." Lavon Downing in "My College Hero" or "Here Comes The Navy." Page Fifty '7!w Eine am! Whale USSR of THE BLUE AND WHITE .ll-1 . HELEN OYLER Junior Page Fifty-om' '7!wBZueamZW!u:z'e uotes Here ancl There Junior French--"You ain't a-lyin!" Acel Lamb-"Now, Girlie." Bob Hardwick-"Boy! Am l hungry!" Paul Gaskin--"That beats me." 1 Miss Hubbard-"Muzzy-3l9, or you'll see me at 3:l5." Dick Simon-"lf l may ask." Betty Jean Williams-"M-m-m. Could be." Myonza Allen-"My pal, you R-A-T." Dolores Myers-"Hello, Sugar." lTo Betty! Miss La Ruee"Now, people, remember you're seniors, not freshmen." Dan Abbey-"This is the last home game, ltill next week onyway.l " Miss Senter-"ls there anyone in here who wants to buy a ticket?" Mr. Whitehead-"No more excused absences!" Betty Jane Dixon-"To a certain extent." l-lelen Rohrbough-"This is driving me crazy!" Katy Jones-"l don't get it." Doris Carr-"Listen, Bright Eyes!" Mary Jo Honeywell-"Oola, Oola!" Marjorie Cagle-"Call it that if you want to. Helen Oyler-"l'm simply exhausted!" Mr. Troughton--"They're both the same. Now, do you see the difference-" Mr, Derfelt-lsweetlyl "All the little children in here stop whispering and get to work Miss Hoard-"Let's have it quiet, people." Mr, Scoville-"Swing it!" Miss Swaney-J'l wouldn't do that if l were you." Virginia Lee lnwoode-"Go find some quiet spot and sit in it!" Pobbie Wright-"That makes me tired!" 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