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

 - Class of 1943

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Berry, Kenneth Jones. ?' Q' SUPBHINTENDENT ssmon HIGH Pmucrvm. 5 P? I " 'ff wx-474 - '22 ,Sf n rumon HIGH ,,.. PRINCIPAL DQHQWA Hr' ' '- " , ",' , ' : IN MEMORIAM 1 a f '-'-T-is , .4 ' 1 ,- '31 .i 'L' 'W 'A' 'W' "W "f'Z' "Y:'c-cgfgihf iff' f x D 3 V 1 ,,,, ,nv- acu ty 6 . MARGARET mmxm n. T. ABBEY mum LOUISE wma EDITH PROSSBR Physical Education Commerce 0000197-'99 Mechanical Drawing V th ,A 4? '-Y 5 a sa lu mmrou Lowa PEARL wmrmun ummm, ,enum Hmmm ALLEN Hama Economics English and Speech English and Biology Mugic Physical Education . sa I MARY ELLEN mexmzln DELVERE cocxnm. CYNTHIA MAE DIGGS 5 ! , . L h IIURIBL SECRIST DOROTHY IISHBR GRETHEL JOHN , LUCIH3 :gg N n . .41 EQ 5 hff -'- f-Al 4' 'Ir 'Yk f , X xx ,tin r . '99 N7 it Qs! 5 1 ' ro K' J Z. 4 Q5 of ' l gl 'f ,:'Jh..5494gi'Trif f'r x , . X XY . ' f I' xs.' -Nxw W ij: X xr N X N w N x-il, Xifbx fx X X C N ' A Q 1 V-f , 1 X f f 4 , P Class of1943 The seniors, realizing the importance of their new classification, entered school lest fall, determined to give their best effor s to their school, their coununity, and their country. The class elected Paul Martin, prcsidentg Ted Darnell, vice pres- identg and Jack Enyart, secretary-treasurer. The seniors have taken an active part in all school activities including athletics, music organizations, literary contests and clubs. The juniors effectively and artistically used the theme of Victory at the Junior-Senior Banquet which was held in February this year. A skating party, March 15, was typical of the many good class enjoyed. The class' play, which was presented in npril, crowned achievement with decided success. times the the yeer's QI 'Q Ag l WWW fiff ff.d77f..,d:Q WZJLZ4 Qwf f,,.q..J.J Zw"fLdlf46v10 fm 226.6 .Ze zwfwf gwamm Cf-Mvffwpq fxmW,w.m 5.ld75'-147 .rl - ffv-ffm! may -4 W --..-.W---..5E,,.z,.,..,,.,- 1 V . .F " ' "' -1'-vw pu-fr-q-uv QAQMJWM. Zfffwwi Wray' 5g4"f'-Wrfv. JLJ LAW iw-.4 Ddkfdm 7 5,071 MJMQ 'iam Rx x . Y f A+ fer' W 5, , ,g Aff: .f l ' Z-fum! Jiffy CIMA, ,gag fwM'gMJ Egg Gig GW- MM, WMV A-444-M ,LW 40444.12 fewf-wllam. 36-mlb-'1f21laMGfn1ww lb ,,jILW gg' HIIIUIS -ThlS year has been a memorable one for us funiors. with the help of our sponsors---Miss Q armed a very full schedule of activities. We enjoyed several class parties during the year. The Junior and Senior banquet wus, of course, the most delightful event of the year. It was our attempt to show the seniors just how much we have enjoyed their friendship. . 4 ' V s, M -. S . I - . , bf , 5 x ' Q "4 ,1 type Louise Baker und Miss Edith Prosser, we 5 3 an ,Q 44" 8, ,- T 4 t o ve- m . s t lk Nur-hgsAwi!.I 1 4 D nga? if a t pvlkfil OJ? f l . A NNN' --Klk H ATG! All tn, R Yfn fu.-14 V bblk L X "'f"'?lr' kr:L6?5"l 3 . W P"5"' .,!: - .X lbgs 1- f" A . .Y p 1 t X ,,e V fig ' .......-,..,.,,.............,s.s ., , , s r A MA, i' Under the sponsorship of Miss burkln ALAH Miss long, the sophomores made an excellent showing this year. They placed Violet Jean Hall, a member of their class, as queen of the Blue and White. Several parties were enjoyed by the class during this year. The best of gucg tg you throughout the remaining years in Wig, URW .Pfva rr-3 11 A' r' P701-U rra6'l"' lifgr-fi-11 u . CSCVJII OHIOFPS- x I! Pr-zS, ,tial Sw - 'li Wk!-t 4, I, - .:, 9 I K 'wtf QERQ jg- yn- "fA. Z,-4 Q 'nv I f 95 'f . .5 C if , ,L f sv 452 l ff? L, ig q c . ,gg f 1 . f X " gif ,K ag A i ' gf, 'nf y ,Q Q - X .ef ,gfl Hrs AS? ,ski .ps T QP fa? f gras ' X: ' ' ., 5 L 9 ek lv, A - S , Q nf ' .Vw rf- ' -mba 1 I , , A fl: 1 W. -,J U UfLtOI' THE STORY HA Home For Henry' a three-act comedy was presented December 7g and it was pronounced very successful. It seems to be much easier and more fun for outsiders to tend to some other person's business than to manage their own. That's what Henry found out when he started to build the Nhome of his dreamsn with the financial aid of his Aunt Catherine. Henry's home threatens to turn into a madhouse, but resolves into a nhome, sweet homen with Doris about to share it with him. Bill Means Rayma Stickelman Evelyn Benton Billy Cox Nadine Gandy Ned Rains Helen De Graff Edna McGuire Ruth Culver Paul Van Fleet Juanita Salzman Imogene Davies Barbara Powell Jack Mclntire Norma Gibson Marjorie Strickland Richard Mathiews June Sanders Donna Padley Rachel Bailey Betty Crookshank Dale Phillips Dorothy Schafer Colleen Scott Fred Rogers Marilyn McCormack Billy Willis Cl S S l Qing THE CAST Sylvester ------------- Richard M85hiSWS Henry H111 ---------------- Billy Willis Doctor Phil Agne ------------- Ned Rains Doris Grainger ------- Marilyn McCormack Mary Lou Downey ------------ June Phipps Ella Grainger ------------- Dixie Shears JWHWIKHKH Martha Grainger ----- ---- aunt Catherine H111 ------- Nadine Gandy uyntnia Smith ---------- ---Donna Pndley One-Punch Grogan ---------- Bob Langford Mike Fromer ------------- Paul Van Fleet Connie Coyle ------------- Rachel Bailey Lina Lee ---------------- Imogene Davies Frank ---------------- --------- Bob John Directed By Miss Baker and Miss Prosser Miles Dugan Evedena Messer June Phipps Donald Murphy Herman Robinson Betty Swain Billie Jean Hardiman Mary Ruth Rowlgnd Bob Langford Hema Ryan Donald Phillips James Swan Bob Jay Smith Margery Nell Jones Juanita Reynolds Bob John Edna Tackitt Jimmie Faulkner Leon Russell Colleen King Paul Kinkade Doris DeGraff Dixie Shears Eugene Windle Wayne Collins Mary Lou Vicory James Dines ,,rg' 5 H G fsfzg I ary, Q5,j . Bs , S3 '!:' Q 1 -lf I A I 4 il' 3 N 14 I 5 K i !n.lf i'Ii 09' 9 M A w ,K l 'S 1:9 3 K f f Q ,sig W , fr? ,Q 9 'H IF ,I -3 4 mt, dif- nf' QWYB ,X W1 gr. -ng xg E Q0 fb 4 EgT it , R ff . .I I-f"w Aifk 'S Q . omores Marie Deke Juanita Deke John Agard Pauline Allen Dorothy Moody Norma Tackitt Jackie Vaughn Margaret Cowan Paul Brogden Janet Armstrong Marion wade Betty Rooney Jay Scott Stella Cantrell MbSmw Freda Wilkerson Rosaleen Sullenger Ira Woods Irene Parsley Bette Davis Edith Dunnill Francis Landrum Oletha Patty Leroy Webb Le Raine Murray .Wilbur Lane Dorothy Lou Peek Harvey Freeman Mary Lou Stephenson Della Ann Dimltt Ruth George Shirley Dawson Florence Hampson Claudell Lee Rosalee Howerton I ifii 9 ik f D Ai CSUOpltOITlOl'9S Twyla Anderson Maudella Cupp Carrol Buttrem Evee Baker Wanda Agard Wanda Jean Evans Frank wilson Betty Rosenberry James Bankson Rayme Mitchell Richard Shaddy Ruth Craig Dale Largent Lesta Russell Robert Keyes J. Dale Gray Louise McMillan Kenneth Murray Lois Patty Betty McCumber Margaret DeGraff Jeffy Martin Wanda Lou Everett Bob Anderson Evadell Fichtner Bob Jones Violet Jean Hall Everett Johnson Nadine Gandy George Dunham Imo Gene Dunlap Glen Berry, Jr. Yvonne Geisler Edwin Glades -QS- GW , gy' I ie? A ' - ff if I amor High , 1-QR ,Q V fljffgl , 1 -Q - - X h V t .Y E913 - 'A ' ' x . em: M M A t J , S! The freshman class has been very active in school, activities this year. The class officers are: Darrell Kitch-Presidentg Galen Culver-Vice Presidentg Peggy Nausley-Treasurerg Fi I My Louise Williams-Secretaryg and Carolyn Netherton- eporter. ,ai A 'Q Iv .l WX, ' it X ' 1, -31315 -f " ,Nyl"',' if M L iv'-:U-ff' " 1' 1535 A lx r T ' .' ' " -fifizlif' 1' -C .33 L 21 13 " 1 f +1 f 1 :P ix? Q f- n , w K QE! V an f . -fi5'5iUf2i5 0 1 1 . i ji, ...L f,-,'i5-Q-25:-3:5 Q 1555- '-5-.2229 -'51 , Lil:-5 jf:-f I 17 1 . I.'T T---- L'-'55 -'M' . dwg:-'3 -EEE' 3.1.1 I :..2-- .X - 11 ff 4 I 'ff' 111 S , -W . . 'K , - ,- . - f 'Q 1' .'.- 4' l , Q ' if G' 1-3, -f' ec. 19 Y 7 , 'Q -1 3 'I St. Peter-S 59Pt' 7 XX ' , 17 H. P. team here. School opened. 'X ee-eee of-. H, ' ,af 1 A Dec, 21 Dec. 25 f ' 7th G 41 ,. Y , "-' ra S 9th Grade EZ?:':75'Zgatr0l .4 - gggijtw 3183185 ww. 31 organized. - ' ' van' I, Sept. so A A BY Jem. B2 fault'-O11 Freshman boys ' X Fil Venetian blinus gathered wood for uogiire. Q A H installed in Straw wood and bur p fi moldegl into,dummy. "Weir JLMIOR HIGH gfeb. 9' X A ' - . City" to be burned at Stake- C1-LLHUDAH Carterville i B. B. team nere. ri 1 Fen. 12 1-eb. 22, 23 1 fl y Q r V - ' Sth Grade, Food Rationing NOV, 18 19, 20 I , 9 4- y..- f K , 1' Cupid Party. fvacntionl- Gas Rationingg 1-..4 af Alf .xl - Oct. 1 CIIO vacation . V, .T 7 if 1. S , N 8 Snake Dance. V fish, X A - 1 1 ' ov. 1 -5, 1 1 1 H ' -5-g t f Jr. Hi ceases March 4' 5' 6 the e QQXX 5-XKAEEL -'W 1' yi to be an orphan. B- B- t011I'1'1BlU9f1ta tr '5-A . A' b Is 'Er I Name adopted b 1, u 1921 wav ' Van' 23' . ""'1 - schoo board-- Li er'y . A . 1. , 5 QWIF1 fy, S! Clara H111 and F1-on Millard Subglitted it 55-5 5011001 4 1' law ,N the winning name to the school coard. j 3 dismissed fa. Y Betty Sears Daryl Russell 'Dolly George James Mann Barbara Clifford Rayma Lamb Paul Stoneking Dana Carriger Earl Proctor Norma Vanderpool La Verne Qualls Minnie Joseph If Ella Tracy Mary Langford Ellen Scott Warren Messer Betty Archer Joe Johnson Nona Mae Cure Warren Ashen Geraldine Burris Betty Wenzel Pat Ryan Earlene Kohl Darrell Kitch Barbara Pruitt Anna Marie Moody Peggy Nausley Romayne Hertweck Carolyn Netherton Geraldine Yount Galen Culver Colleen Russell Bill Shoemaker Y Wanda Lou Parsons ,3 Bob Shears Dorothy Gray Mary Day Lee Richey Billie Marie bwain Bessie Eckler Kenneth Bernard Dalphine Parker Harold Bullard Charles Robinson Luella Johnson Lelie Hose Tennis Meal Myers 5 Bill Reynolds Jerry Stevenson Dorothy Kinkade Twyla Howerton r Bob Adams Lois Means Billy Pittman Lenard Jenkins Jeannine Shaw Lloyd Edwards Mary Jean Williams Mable Cook Wanda Overstreet Jimmie Neihart Betty Nell Schafer Donna Bradshaw Bob Tlmms Dean Brown Arabella Martin Robert Fuller Mary Lee Taylor Herman Keyser Minnie Thompson Gene Elchy Mary Ellen Simpson Allyne Gandy Joan Murray Marshall Hill Louise Williams Pegby Hollingshead Marguerite Wade Leon Shallenburger Sam Alexander B111 Smith 'e I Q61 i"'5'5 Eff, I K -3 A .., Q, .F A -4 , 1 ,,l wg'- . , me ' .41 F' , ie? ai A 1, X ,wt 4, 35 .S S 9 war me 4'3Ni, 2 a E ' fczx E - 5 ' A I ...Q 4 CQ: JU fe l r 5 ful Y W, -:E . .LF i: lib J' -7 .1- , n in .cg -g K .6 1 4.2 swf qfwiigh fgfkae - . 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H111 Bob brazier Cathern Bradshaw Danny Crowell Betty Scott James Albright Wanda Howerton Clifford Morey Lily M. Armstrong Fred Millard Norma Crookshank Margie Messer Diane Stewart Theresa Jacobs Mary F. Carson Gale D. Evans Rayma Strickland Mariam Joseph Glen Kent Peggy Allan Kenneth Allen Jr Billy Robison Norma Langford Marion Murray Shirley Johnson W. J. Dimmit Marjorie Myers June Moore Dorothy Finch Leon Perry Naoma Badgerow Mildred Brown Joe LaTurner Sara Cooper Billie June Dalto Betty Sexton Robert Atkinson Beatrice Moody Billy Hollister Dorothy Gilstrap Doris McBlory Charles Johnson Bob Shyrock Opal Weaver Buddy Hollingshead Don Singleterry Rayma Gibson Martha Endicott Betty Lowe Earl Carrigar .4h..,, 7 .Teddy Johnson --lilladeane Boot: Jackie lx-ight Richard Oliver June Iergusaon U pode Johnson Louie Johnson Charles Hampson Ne !orssf. Dugan Batty Lou latklm Raymond Watson Bob Brom Charlene Howarton Wayne Burns Delbert Shoemaker Cla ra Owens Eassa Jacobs Bet-ty Hun10Y Sammy Price Wayne Johnson Harold Ours Lois letharbon leyne Pollock Rosalie Dtaohmbarg Rayma Psirson Bob Iiteh Patty Lou Jones Betsy .T. Kihler Norman Hudson Fern Ford Claude Ross Delores Swain .Ti.mmie Chase Bill Swan Mary 'Putt Dolly Goff Donna Rhoadss Bob Swan Delores Gllstrap Jack La1'umer Richard Edwards Roma lollillan Jeanne La'!'m-ner lugene Biohel virginia Dines Billy Jarrett Margot Boise Bobby Cox .Terry Thomas Bennie Bernard Gmevieve laloon Gerald Vamiarpool Charles lolmzle Zemena Irwin Keith Schwartz John Robinson Louise Hollis Roland Shaw lorna Sears Virgil Harp Imogene Spurgeon Gene Hollingmaad Gloria Fry Paul h'eaaan Numa Roland llorman Butt:-am. Dorothy Bailey lax-ion Hayward Lola Yourg lax-ga:-at Bimmn Glenn loods Leon Pittman Wanda Smith Bobby Booa Betty' Salzman Ilary Lou Barnes Galen lolntlre 3-li 196' a .nie Aa- nj ix ff! 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' :ff- m C ,ff 4 es.: c ,, f X' I lpgflx f, 1 14,4197 ' "ff 0 044' ' f Xa,-Q., 2-26 , '10 ""555-:AA--Wolff: Vacation ' is over f- I Y -ump- W 1 H ser- 5'-3n 7f! . ff" September if X f. W nu! ' I ' 7. Back to school for a new year. I f , 11. Election or class officers. -Q, X f 25. Scrap Drive parade. In ,lf jj X fo "- M 30. Bohemian Glass Blowers. 0' ' I Z K F.7Qf' "' if S U ? -1- ' 5 G W l December ...B ,ffl JCPTCNBFR 3. Pamahasika's Pete. ja f--.., I.. Junior Play "A Home For Fleury". -61" ' 7. Pearl Harbor Day Observance. 3-ff" sd ll.. Teachers Christmas Party. L I A 'V -, 18. Junior Party. gi ff, .,-sf' 21. Program--Declaration of Independence. y .. , f Q' 22. Christmas Party. A , .f , M, 1 . TM - .QD AV .Q1- 23. Christmas Chapel. ,f , "Q.:'fl'-P 23. Out for Christmas vacation. ...L , , .,.,. o.w'i2nfflt H'-Cm" 1 - - x I ' f' I l o 4 , lb ,A . c ctober 1 .4 , 33 I 'I 2. Football with wen- mere. -f: X -f R , Q. W L H1 9. Edna football game. 1 " if-2' 'F 0 K WW ' 13. History Film--Peter Stuyvesant. I. A 321- . 16. Football with Chetopa here. , . A Q OCTOBSR 20. Rings and Pins ordered for seniors. Fi'-NX -rf 3-712- 4, 23. Riverton football here. , , ,.- I 27. History Film--Gateway to the West. 'Lx V 4...- -'2-d "'9?"',.4,1El,-1 30. Football with Altamont here. G ' ft - - ..-- f-:-1' ,531-Z 1' ' 'L-idlfl.. ,ffm . -!L X 'W -5..s- ' '- .,.- ' 1' 1 'O' --T , 1 , A' .19 " ' T11 f -.1 ' .-ef:-of -w-. , -211 fe f X , ' ...-. 'n ' - 1' ' wi., a..' "' g:...wf+,,---- 4, ' ,- S, x November " 15 4 N - f 6. Riverton football there. if .QQ 10. Sophomore Party. PNK X 11. History Film--Wolfe and lfontcal 4-2- X ,S 13. Oswego football there. 3 I 20. Baxter football here. , K - npygfyeeg ZSL Thanksgiving vacation. ofceneeg- V ,,,T.'5-,5 i "fig ' 1.4 1' 3- ?-- Y 'Q' L Nw., r v- , -12 ,, , 93 I .1 r' ' , gf Q ' ' ' 5 'Z 9 1 fqu' 1? 3 W if - 5' .. On? . Q 5 fa QI I 4 J l 4.5, :L -g' , ' 'fir ?"' ' .7 ' LW' 1 ff'4521" 5 55255525 5'- mnamy 5'7"- 4. Back to scnool for "4lJ". Z 4. Sen-.or ring-gs and wins arrive. 4 8. Quapaw Raslzet Rall game. , f ,W 15. Basket Mall game with Kanter. ' if 3 2 Z X 9. History 'film--Yorktow . N ' 'fy f ' E 22. Basket Hall game witnnF.ive1'to11. ,Q JPJ ff f X 22-J. Lihetopa here for Tlasket Ball. f Wax' Y . f ,I 0 M. i f Lab!! xg 4 Z -1. X ffl ' s 'N-of 'I' 9 ' tk U 5 4- Bafsket N111 with Alt. -Q L L1 U... ,f' S' I l1'li5' Reiiiwlal Baslzei. Ba1lqi1Eo:i1'r1a1.ief1t. 2' Q5 NX 2 if ' 5 -' 153' Sinior Skatlnig Party. .db 'til - X ,559 :flu 0. story Film--The Frontie . 4,2 X' " 3 1' Q A' f X, 16. History Film--Alcxamleg H:1aI.li1l.Oh. '1 'Lx N I 3,3 S ' P ' 'JO' H15L0I'y Film--Diziic. if 'f .' f' 2 ' XXX j ' -69 'xjl Wx ffyyf jf 1 ?, , ?.- - 1. -. A ' '.,-f f7f7RCH 2. History I"i1m--Vincmmes. 5. Riverton hero for Basket Dull. 10. Magic of Mouern Science. 12. Baxter' Basket Ball there. 15. Coronation Party. ...X 16. Basket Ball with Chetopa here. N W . H 19. Carl Junction here for Wasket Hall. Qglstoi-I 1.f?f'g"'PJ'l5"m1"' 26. Basket Ball here with Altamont. ' ,Roca 5111 8' 17. Class higrnt. 18. to,1u'1euc1:1:xent. 15. History 1"111.1--Colwnmls. 16. Senior Play. , I 550. Histor-y Filrn--Jagnostown. S A fu, R I 4' 'T mf' N '59 ft 2' ' ' ' y ff? rt' ' W ' 1522 f 2-Ti 1' " an 42 4 L' 'V xv ,, fl -f . . ' Q 9.1 , .1-1:-K C Q.- I f f .- 3 I C A' 4 ' .cf -n I.. 1 x, V f Y , fr' - s 1' ? 75, V 2 2? f - -fs: .,,, lcggx ' 2 V h ' 'N' .' ' P Q: 111 3 5 D ' LX " R - U I I ' N"- ',:""' U 4' f L 4' , .. L .4 1 s -Q I NJ g' 5 , J X f , I ,fg N .4 ' fg' , ' 1132 f ' - ,,. , f f. f 1' ,-V. -4-i Q'-7 4 X', Q 4 A -,L-Z' 4, 3? j U - -- - APRIL Y ffgy xX if 'Ns-' il? T" :'l ' - :-:'x'1""f'1" ' 'a as cu? g-gf as ports 5 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Galena 59 St. Peters lt Opponents G H S Galena 32 Quapaw 36 Galena L5 Carl Junction 22 Weir City 6 38 Galena 39 Baxter 2h Edna o 18 Galena L3 St. Peters 25 Chetopa 0 30 Galena 32 Riverton 19 Riverton 13 25 Galena 7L Chetopa 11 Altamont 12 6 Galena 35 Carterville 38 Riverton 6 19 Galena 31 Weir 26 V Oswego 7 13 Galena L3 Riverton 25 Baxter 0 Galena 22 Baxter 2b 55 T55 Galena 31 Carterville L5 Galena 56 Carl Junction 28 Galena 52 Altamont 33 Galena 21 Altamont 29 Galena 33 Baxter 2b Galena 28 Altamont 3b sq L Ki ,1 " - - -1 x , Galena 676 Opponents A17 ex- 1 ,, f . BASKETBALL The Basketball Team completed a very successful season by winning eleven of their seventeen games. As there was no league this year the Bulldogs felt that they were quite fortunate in being able to play so many games. Four seniors, Paul Martin, Jack Enyart, Ed Berry and Kenneth Wallace and one sophomore, Bob Shaw, composed the team. The boys attended the regional state tournament at Pittsburg and brought home second place trophy. Warren Clark and Bill Singleterry TRACK The Galena High School Track Team were the substitutes. won three of the six meets that they entered. We won the Galena Pentagonal, the Galena Invitational and the Twin Valley League meet. This was the fourth straight year for us to win the League meet. We placed sixth in the Pittsburg In- vitational, seventh in the State Reglonal and second in the County meet, losing to Columbus by one point. FOOTBALL This year the Bulldogs just missed Valley League by one defeat--Altamont. The Bulldogs beat Edna on their own many years. Baxter was defeated by the supremacy. The highlights of Galena's team were attacks by Martin, brilliant running fast charging, hard hitting line. the championship of the Twin field for the first time in Bulldogs after five year's .1 sparkling aerial and kicking Wallace and Carlisle, and a by Under Coach Abbey's able leadership, the team used the WTN for- mation to a great advantage in confusing their opponents. '33 Qsfk . 651.2 rn 4? .I 4 Xfrx fs F 6 gw' llnlld g N-1 fs QQ s' a- Xkx I L, 1 1 Fi if 'A' 1 .X ' 95 W 'L' 'A . , Vg LEU I nr. , 3, .V x 'Vg 'R t K .i s , .P 1 , iff . 5 434 ,, If v ,' 45 ge- 6 F' vfgif-vvifrfiif: f ' A L S Hiflffieffj 1 BULL- Dons ' 1' CX gi? Eli? QE ,, , , P Srd. ROW Brogden, Wade, Darnell, Landrum, Murray, Vaughn. 2nd. ROW Thompson, Kinkade. in 2nd. ROW. Cantrell, Wade, Enyart, Dunnill Berry, Clark, Cagle, Robinson. 3 lst. ROW. Smith, Gibson, Enyart, Hall, Abbey, Wilson, Langford, Dunnill Abbey, Jon Agard, Key 'ilx XX if fwffw U" wrnf , i ,,, ,,....- 2nd Row Adams B. Kitoh Cure Rohrbough Murray Edwards Abraham Vanderpool Alexander Wallace Oliver 2nd Row lolntire Cagle Timms Darnell Berry Gray Proctor Gibson Langford Sinileterry st RUN Enyart Keyes Smith Clark Carlisle Shaw Martin Wallace 5-WXMOG-3 lst Row Russell Richey Timms R bi S 1 A D. Kitcn, Shears, Coacla Cgckggsl P va' Proctor' 31-a now gnu 1:55 Sf' ey, Rains, Berry, Thom so p n, Freeman, Wade, Robinson, Adams, Cockrell .le 1' 5 Ygaoiifidf Y- ' wiv Q? s-x3'22 WK Iff ' It F. ,, V W I r T E i F I wx r A A Y 1 f A, D-- ,W -- , n ..-, ,lun .l- ,lu Q ,Y V W ,K, 'lv W I'l,U'l'l OI'pS 61:5 Social Officers Q President Vice-President W ' as ,, La Raine Murray Sarah Frances Allen . 1 'r f -.VGC - Secretary-Treasurer 'Q Carolyn Netherton Q I, gg, A s 'S Playing Members FIRST ROW--June Sanders, Willa June Willis, Glenda Oliver, SECOND ROW-- Allce Bauer, Freda Wilkerson, Marilyn McCormack, Rosalee Howerton, Yvonne Geisler, Ilaine Schell, THIRD ROW--La Raine Murray, Edna McGuire, Rayma Stickl man, Edith Dunhill, Rayma Mitchell, Betty Rooney, Wanda Agardg FOURTH ROW--Donna Padley, Helen DeGraff, Helen Windle, Jackie Bliss, Janet Armstrong, Sarah Frances Allen, Mary Orpha Moore, Dixie Shears, Mary Louise Day, Betty Swain, Rayma Lamb, Betty Rice, Irene Parsley, Genevieve Wenzel, Norma Tackitt, Maudella Cupp, Florence Hamp- son, Doris DeGraff, Dixie Lamb, Marjorie Strickland: FIFTH ROW--Imogene Davies, Claudia Parsley, Margie Murray, Darlene Linton, Dorothy Marie Gray, Jean Schafer, Betty Nell Schafer, Carolyn Netherton, Leila Rose Tennis, June Phipps, Dorothy Schafer, Juanita Reynolds, Juanita Salzman Imo Gene Dunlap, Rayma Hill. The Glr1's Drum Corps of the Galena High School was organized three weeks after the beginning of school. The Drum Corps consists of fifty girls, chosen for their ability and appearances to complete this organization. With uniforms of blue and white and completely equipped, this Drum Corps made many successful appearances during the past year. The Drum Corps gave outstanding performances during the half of each football game. Various formations were formed, this was an en- tirely new idea for this organization. Under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Allen we hope to-have the Drum Corps parade and make many more successful appearances in the future years as they have during the past term. gf A. , .. ,.4..4.., . , , Qancl E 42 Xl X ff, Director 1 ' If ' ull X, I ' A ek' Mr. Kenneth Allen ' .mf ' - ffiiff- f , x Q EV: Ii in ,- Fieliimggiicers ,Y Ml ,FMJ Af 1 ' Ned Rains Nfl? - y Q Sty' 1 aj 5 rj..- sfy Majorettes Mascots '- N Glenda Oliver Willa June Willis e ,L June Sanders Johnny McCumber E ' QL l I 3' Twirlers Letter Bearers Betty Swain Dixie Shears Ilaine Schell Yvonne Geisler Rayma Lamb Betty Rice Marilyn McCornack Freda Wilkerson Mary Louise Day Rosalee Howerton Alice Bauer Personnel Edith Dunhill, Stella Faye Cantrell, Juanita Melton, Carolyn Netherton, Rosaleen Sullenger, Imo Gene Dunlap, Dorothy Marie Gray, Jay Dale Gray, Billy Willis, Glen Berry Jr., Bob Langford, Jerry Thompson, Jean Schafer Violet Jean Hall, Lesta Russell, Dorothy Schafer, Florence Hampson, Marion Hayward, Jerry Thomas, Sammy Price, Anna Marie Moody, Bob Adams, Janet Rose Armstrong, June Phipps, Donna Padley, Lelia Rose Tennis, Ted Darnell, Miles Dugan, Claudell Lee, Rayma Lamb, Mary Louise Day, Betty Swain, Betty Rice, Dixie Shears, John Agard, Eugene Dunnill, Billy Robinson, Wayne Collins, Jerry Stinson, John Ross, Jackie Bliss, Mary Lou Stephenson, Rayma Mitchell, Della Ann Dimmitt, La Raine Murray,Jack Molntire, Dixie Lamb, Helen Windle, Alice Bauer, Freda Wilkerson, Marilyn McCormack, Rosalee Howerton, Yvonne Geisler, Ilaine Schell, Betty Schafer, Willa June Willis, Glenda Oliver, Ned Rains, June Sanders Johnny McCumber, Marjorie Murray. The policy of the Galena High School Band is completely changed this year due to the war and the rationing of both gas and tires, which makes it impossible to take out of town trips. This has been a benefit to the band and our community, as many more appearances at home. it has resulted in the Band making Concert playing, solos, trios, and various ensembles have been em- phasized, also the musicianship of tha Band as a whole has increased in proportion to the amount of playing that has been done. 9 i W 4.4 - vw- Q ee ..,- .4 ' ' 1 Q . gi-52 izzzzzzzllen Nf,,,'xf'PZ'ff 1-'74, Z!! Accompanist X 2 3, f '55, I4 I Dorothy Schafer :Ig :iii , g 4 3. .s ggzmy Personnel Irene Parsley, Edith Dunhill, Florence Hampson, Wanda Vanderpoole, Genevieve Wenzel, Rayma Stickelman, Jackie Bliss, Mary Orpha Moore, Margaret Dawson, La Raine Murray, Ilaine Schell, Imo Gene Dunlap, Betty Cram, Ruth Culver, Nadine Gandy, Janet Armstrong, Marjorie Strickland, Violet Jean Hall, Dixie Shears, Betty Rooney, Eve Dene Messer, Margie Murray, Juanita Salzman, Wanda Lou Everett, Dorothy Schafer, Rayma Hill, Louise Stith, Rayma Mitchell, Ruth Craig, Colleen King, Stella Faye Cantrell, Freda Wilkerson, Yvonne Geisler, Edna McGuire, Rosaleen Sullenger, Jean Schafer. S The newly organized G1rl's Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. Kenneth Allen, has made steady improvement in ability and entertainment value this last year. The activities of this group have been numerous. They are always ready to give a number at any school assembly, church service, or civic program. The splendid showing they have made at all public appearances is a matter of pride to both the school and their director, Mr. Allen. J. ii IZZCT .fl 3 S? 1 K2 ro' 0 u ,fav an I A, .. ' 2 rf 1 f ' Issillml 'EVENT 1 SCHOOL RECORD STADIUM RECORD 1 CONFERENCE RECORD' 120 H. H. Carlisle, Raymond, Galena Potter, Oswego Potter, Oswego l6.5W 1938 16.10 1939 lb.l' 1939 lOO Yard Johnson, Lester, Galena Johnson, Lester, Galena Johnson, Lester, Dash lO.2' 1939 lO.2n 1939 Galena lO.6W 1939 Mile Run Carlisle, Jack, Galena Carlisle, Jack, Galena Tie,Tremble, Neal 5'1.1N 19hO 5'l.lW l9LO 1939, Carlisle, Jack, l9hO, 5'2W 880 Relay Galena, French, Junior, Galena, French, Junior, Galena, French, Carlisle, Raymond, Lamb Carlisle, Raymond, Lamb Junior, Carlisle, Maurice, Johnson, Lester, Maurice, Johnson, Lester R., Lamb, M., l.37W 1939 l.37W 1939 Johnson, Lester 1-37n 1939 AAO Run Webb, Carl, Galena Webb, Carl, Galena Webb, Uarl,Galena 53-5' l9bl 53-3N l9hl 53.3n l9hl Low Hurdles Russell, P., Galena Russell, P., Galena Patterson, Oswego 25.9n 1932 25.9W l9L2 2L.9' 1937 880 Run Russell, Lloyd, Galena Scott, Baxter Scott, Baxter 2'8' 1939 2'8.5' l9hO 2'8.5W l9LO Medley Re- Galena, B. Scovell, Galena, Shaw, James, Galena, Shaw,James lay P. Russell, B. Wilson, Joseph,-Johnny, Webb V Joseph, Johnny, E. Enyart Carl, Scott, Robert Webb, Carl, Scott, 3'h2-3' l9h2 3'bh-7U l9b0 R. 3'bb-78 l9h0 220 Dash Webb, Carl, Galena Webb, Carl, Galena Webb, Carl, Gal- 23 l9b1 2h.5 l9Ll lena 24.5 l9Ll Mile Re- Galena, Chas. Hamilton, Oswego, Bozman, Parks, Oswego, Bozman, lay Warren Fieandt, Paul Marshall, Weathers Parks, Marshall, Duncan, Billy Lee ' 3'5O.2' 19AO Weathers 3'52n l9b0, ' 3'5O.2' l9h0 Shot Fieandt, Warren, Galena Cooper, Oswego Cooper, Oswego u2'll l9LO u8'7n l9uO h8'7W l9LO Pole Hamilton, Charles, Galena Naccarrato, Mineral McFann, Baxter Vault lO'3W 19LO ll'l' l9A2 lO'uW 1938 High Shaw, James, Galena Staggsg LLCHS Staggs, LLCHS Jump 5'u5W l9LO 5'l0n l9bl 5'l0' l9bl Javelin Fieandt, Warren, Galena Fieandt, Warren, Galena Fieandt, Warren, 126'3W l9uO 12u'6W 19LO Galena 1 l2L'6W l9LO Discus Fieandt, Warren, Galena Coleh Edna Cole, Edna l8l'8W l9uO l28'7zW l9bl l28'75W 19Ll Broad Johnson, Lester, Galena Johnson, Mineral Clay, Baxter Jump lO'5' 1939 2l'6W 1939 2O'lN 1938 1 V , wa yyrwq yv . -,fQWrHF? emfor play WPeace, Wonderful Peacen by James C. Parker Cback rowl Fox, Thompson, Stinson, Wallace, Moody, Fare, Wantland. Kbottom rowb Schafer, Scott, Wlndle, Dawson, Moore, Murray, Schell. Cast of Characters Mr. Samuel Casper Dixon, the henpeoked husband.... ......Bill Moody Mrs. Dixon, his devoted wife.................... ....Ilaine Schell Ellen Dixon, their daughter.........................Margaret Dawson Mrs. Ferguson, the sophisticated mother-in-law.....Mary Orpha Moore Filbert Ferguson, the brother-in-law................Kenneth Wallace Jerry Barton, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Dixon's sister ........... 0Reforn School Harryn, Mrs. Johnson's son... Miss Arnold, psychology instructor ......... Mrs. Rust, Ncream of societyu ........ Mrs. Jones, also Wcream of societyn.. Marquis, French nobleman ............ Director...... BUSiHBSS MHHHSSP... Ellen's hot tempered suitor ...... .... Jerry Stinson .....He1en Windle ....Gerald Thompson ....Margie Murray ....Jean Schafer ....Bonnie Scott .....Gene Fare ....M1ss Wantlaud .........Mr. Fox The names Sixteen G.H.S. Students Win National Recognition for Poetry of the students and their prize'winning poems which were published in this year's National Anthology of High School Poetry are: Janet Armstrong..... ..WA Forest Fireu Evea Baker.... Glenn Junior Berry.... Jim Billings.. ........ ....HIt Is Soringn ..N0ne Sunmer.Dayn .......'Harvest' Carrol Buttram ..... t ..... ....N0ut oT,DcorsH Della Ann Dimmitt... ...WOld Friends and Newn, George Dunham ...... ............. Wwer Workn Imo Jean Dunlap.... .... ..... 'Revelationn Wanda Jean Evans..... ..WPrivilegesH Wanda Lou Everett .... ...'WonderingH Yvonne Qeisler..... .... WOppositesW Jay Dale Gray. Rayma Mitchell Bill Moody.... Fred Rogers... Ira Woods ..... ThE students H .... ....... WSurpriseW .... ...........HBooksH .. ..WA Girl's Hearth . ..HMonday Morningn ... ................. . ........... ...... NFire Chasersn re pupils of hiss Pearl Wantland, teacher of English. iff- A- '-'- -" ' , . q S ii S . -.. tv M 77m Y' ' 1 nnual Csjiafjp Business Managers: Martin,Dugan, Anderson, Rains, Prosser, Enyart. Typists: Gibson, Baker, Allen, Fare. Editorial: Moore, Bliss, Scott, Wantlaud Murray, Langford,Rohrbough. K. lallacei Typists: Windle, bmith,, .,f. HHH, l 4 D. Schafer , J . Schafi' ' mfs ,essbqriifaisl-fe: -2 WafQ'xE':f13sf'5f+ ' ' -!Q.:1fE5 '-" A.-. Artists: Cagle, Ragsdale, Murray, Donaldson. Class: Shears, King, Gandy, Wantland. Scott. QA member whose picture does not appear for Nmilitaryu reasons- 4 N N ll..J --Hyun'-'If--f W Y, . ,rv f THE HIGH SCHOOL SCRIBBLER P Q I icnrroa . ', A-W ' wk. . , , f 1 v ' A Ass, T BILL MOODY ' " , 'Q sPo:TgN'r EiDIT0lit I GENE FAM: H scnqor. norm H I A522 ,mme - - - SAM DARNELL I 'i '23, qc fa Q ACTIVITIES - JEROLD THOMPSON Although Yale hu HYIWI fQv0I'ld v la Q' .5 . 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S E ,mt S E E E "'H"S'1'f'A - 7 - - M.uzr:1E'ML'RRAY, Bru. mmm' 3 rf E 'Buliueli Dduoatlun In A World at B 3 3 S"W'SK"f - - MISS PEARL WANTLANI : 0 . c " f 1 - wu-'-nuns semen. if I , N V Y, f c 'Bennet in 'nu War Brtort"- E I 5 5 V 1..xl.1-:xx umm sguuob, uA1.12NA, KANSAS .. .. -. .-.-..x.. v.-.M-n L I.- I 8 S T v - :,-,,:4:Zi? fr ii - 45 f i1y':?",vi' St. 'fetnw 'Episcopal Qhuuh nav. I. J. RAAICH. macros 306 W. EUCLID PKTTSBURG. KANSAS may 1 congratulate Coach Abbey and his fine bunch of boys upon the highly successful season which they enyoyed on the gridiron this fall? No doubt the height of satisfaction and competition was attained when you decisively trimmed your friendly rival, Baxter Springs. Your con- tinued triumphs gave- this community a real Nliftn and had everybody talking with a pardonable pride about WOur Boysn. But what constitutes perhaps all victories and no defeats in the record books? Or, is it uccessful season? ls it one which shows more wins than losses or 8 season in which the team gave its very best in every game and still possibly lost most of its games or perhaps all of the games? 1 believe you will readily concur in the conclusion that the latter formula con- stitutes a successful season rather than the number of games won. and what contributed toward the success of Galena's Bulldogs this year? Was it because of the predominance of outstanding gridiron 16Hd6TSh1P of our competent coach and urged on by the enthusiasm of your community, played together as one team? You know the answer to that one as well as 1 do. lndividual effort expended ln the interest of a common and collect- ive cause is never a failure! lf this successful football season taught you anything worth while at all, it certainly must have impressed you with the practical demonstration that co-opera ion and teamfwork are in- dispensable requisites to victory and success, and that the ball carrier could not get very far without the aid of the deglamorized blockers, and that the blockers could not score many points without the aid of the luggers of the leather. The fans in the stands do not always recognize the valuable contribution made by those players who are not in the lime- light, but the coaches and the players know who's who on the team. I like football and any other sport because they all have elements and factors which are parallel with the great game of life. lt teaches us that discipline and the observance of fundamental rules are necessary to a successful career in sports as well as in the greater game of lifeg and that infraction of rules are always subject to penalties even as are the violations of the laws of life. Further, football is a great con- ditioner of boys for the american way of life--which is the democratic way of life. lt gives everyone an equal opportunity to do his stuff and recognizes the worth and value of each individual. and 0608656 every move in football must be in the Ilght direction, it teaches th6 playegg this important lesson of the game of life: THAT PEP WITHOUT PURPOSE PIFFLEI Football teaches us that eve:y player is important to the team, no matter what his social rating may D6 in the community, nor what his :reed may be. 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