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

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Tiii 1944 Nauine Cwndy Co EdltOT DlXl9 hewr Co 'dltor Faculty AdVlS9Tb Mis Myra Loulse Baker V1 If rl W ntldnd Mr Raymond M rsh I f X IC - - ' ' ' S ars- -R" Paul Van Fleet-Business Manager S ' ,'S5 .5H. u ' OUP HIGH SCHOOL Although Yale has always favored The v1olet's dark hue, And the gentle sons oi Harvard To the crlmson rose are true, we wlll own the white carnatlon And honor lt arlrht, Vhlle the high school stands deiender Of the navy blue and whlte Through the iour long years of hlgh school Midst thc scenes we love so well And the mystlc charms oi knowledge We vainly seek to spell, Or we win athletlc victories On the football fleld wlth mlght, Stlll we stand for dear Galena And the navy blue and whlte When the cales oi llie o'ertake us, Mingling fast our locks with gray, Should our deare t hopes betray us, False fortunes fall our vay Still we banlsh care and sadness As we turn our memories' slght And recall those days of gladness 'Neath the navy blue and whlte JA' , IDIEIDNICMVNUN QM ,Ux iff' itg,:ri 8 1. "Nw-.."" tits ""'N-are itiititiiggg qua iiimin iii iii 'Ill Illn 1 1 I llze 9FlOF ire bCglDHlDk to IP s me ol the re pon ibllitle t 1L r t our shoulder , and the gre1t pwrt upon our hlph school 9dUCdtlOH plxys 1D tldinlnf u e e re on lbll1tl0S t the wblllty We, The UQHIOI C115 , vlsh our e've ind thlS 9dlt1OH oi the h1Le to the Iurther progress oi Freedoms Freedom Freedom Freedom Freedom oi Qpeech oi RGllFlOD from Hint fzom Feir Y, OI OUT dedlczte Rlue 1nd the Pour ' Ai .5 Q ,-X ,, X, i' i l,f, i' t , f . uw ., an ' X Te, as 9v.' S, 1 1,' ' 3 ',o ', ol W S 5 ds he es 5 ' o ' ' Q . L , ' ' a" ' " ' ' S to bear th 5 sp S' ' ' ', o bes ' uv U D 1 , 1 'S 1. to l P ,, 'S L 15 I ' ' ' ' , 1 1, ., . A , , . A , ' L , ' YY' . LC ' a at Suanvtumnxmrntmuotmr ' I Q 1 I I' 49 " 'Os f .Pio .1--. GALENA PUBLIC SCHOOLS OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT GALENA. KANSAS f RA VMOND MARSH F SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDEN1' O REGU FIR oF EDUGITION S7 MONDAY OF EACH MONTH May l, l944 Congratulations! wish to express my ap- student preciatlon to the body, teachers, parents and board of education for their loyal cooperation during the school year. There have been but only fleeting onesg l year is U S W clouds, and now, as the schoo ending, the sky is clear and blue again. At any time this school can be of ser- vice to you do not hesitate to call upon . l extend best wlshes to all of you. Sincerely yours, jf ,Q i 532 X51 ef"ffX ,ANS I I ,f Q if JA to 31 ,:f limb! fx: 'f N, f' "vin: if LAR MEETING OF BOARD IPRIINCHPAIL -nf ""' S V T s GALENA PUBLIC scHooLs ' M005 OFHCEOFSUPEMNTENDENT Q- GALENA KANSAS "Q May l, 1944 To tne Qtudents and Faculty As the curtaln drops on the finale of another school year I h to thank the high school students and faculty for their splenold cooperation The energy and fairness ulth vhlch every one work d has been remarkable, and the dis play of le dershlp and initlative shown by the student body has been the leading contribution to a hlghly succe sful year To each and everyone of you, I ofler congratulations and the W1 h for a successful and happy life in a free world SlDC9T8ly yours 76? f 9 Jin Q S3-1' vf' W ' Alu- ' RD OF EDUCAYIO W L V, PR IDENT S. IC PRESID 1 L' ' J ON E 0 WA ER PE K ' . 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STUDENT CGUNC L is-by First Row Cseatedj Bob Adams, Edith Dunn1ll, Fred Pogers, N dine Ganoy, Bob Langford, Bob Keyes, Jeanlne Shaw, Bob Shears Second Row CstandingD Le Roy Kerr, Mr Fry, James Dlnes The Qtudent Councll vas organlzed the thlrd veen oi the school ye r ior the purpose oi act1ng as medlator betveen the student body and the faculty The Councll sponsored the assembly programs,d1scusseo and endeavor ed to solve problems pertaining to school actlvities, m G6 rules and en iorced regulatlons, and entertalned the student body Chri tmas party a dellghtful leaoershll oi Nr Fry, we are coniident that the 'tudent COUHLll vlll cvntinue to operlte as a oemocr tic student governlng body After thls year of succes ful directlng UHQQT the Bob Laneiord, senlor Presloent Bob Vey , Jun or VlC0 Dresident dlne Gdr y, erlor 'ecret ry Other membcr of the 'tum nt Councll xere Fred Vogel s Ylre SQHIOIS, Le oy Kerr WPG dltn DhDF1ll, JUHIOFC , ze CP no Bob PGQMB, o momore 3 E S e E e S I , A 4 Q Y V M . N A A 'if Q' Q ,W A L I, is F' ... I 'Q , . - ' if 3 ,- . .kff a s : . , K a A ., ' r 4- . 10 , . . . . c ' J ' ' : ' ' . - a . i , . . J A c L . . P . , . . a. . F - . . . I . at .T Q s . ' ' S ' ' 'c . ", -.'g ' H . ' . ' . ' B " f L ' I ' 5 ' h ' '. Officers were as follows: es ' i ---- ---- ' ' Q t v L .ij ' S A ' ----- -- ---- L7 ' 21 2'S r e ' 2 ' ' 1 ju S and Jang f:.-Sp "' F ' . ' 4. T ' ,' . -3 Boo Cheers Jeanixo LQav a 1 A f.' s pr . s. MYFA LOUISE BAKER COMMFRCF MARGARFT RAHIQFR HOMP VFONOMICS FACLII ILTY MLWNL i'-Q ,1 gl S MARY LUCILF BAKFR COMMEFCE i' ,lv T- ..,,NQ. X ANNF CFELEY PEARL WANT ENGLIQHLAND MUCIC 8 BIOLOFY ZS.. FOVOTHY ANN FISHEP MINNIE LARGQNT D. T. ABBEY MATHEMATICS PISTOBY J'YLICAL PVUCATION .1 ,fri N ,fgA xm A ' ir A 'Q ' K. 4 Q F -- ' fx 0? ' I 'mn Q . Q ' F .X , arg gg-, wr- K if + li A ' A 1 f . Q , . I ,J . 1 nf K I A f ' . I 61? A ,Qi-f 57545 1 , Q fi "f .Q A -ww:-Q ,-.. J J A K as f ff i ,A if "' ., ,X 3 f I IJ J 'J LJ 4' 1 ,.I Q, X V 71 , iv l tl .A ,X fig, 1 'A , uk uk if CIHXSSIFS 4 4 4 sntmnouas 'i E 1 B t n Barbara Powell ve yn en o James Dines Ve began our first year at Falena Hlgh school September o, l94O, vlth an enrollment oi eighty five Our class oilicers vere James D ne preslccnt, Wob Langiord, vice presldent Ruth Ann Qtockwell, secretary, Paul Eussell,trea UIG1, Bonnle Fe fan HG Ned Rains, cheer leader We ucceeded ln placing Dixi hears, our class rueen, thlTG, in the Hglue and rhiten contest Our class spon ors were fiss Myra Louise Baker and Mr Dan Abbey In the fall of 1941 seventy three students enrolled ln the sophomole clas assisted again by our sponsor , V15 Myra Loulse Baker and Nr Dan Abbey Our officers were Bob Langiord, president, Nadlne Gandy, v1ce presldcnt Fred Rogers secret ry, Dorothy Ochafer, treasurer, and Fdna Tackitt, Ruth Ann Stockwell, Bllly 1ll1s, and Leon Russell, cheer leaders Our class got ofi to a flying start by VlHFiHg the iootball ticket contest 'e were honored sith a party given by the school whlch wa held in the gymnasium December 5 Our class vas tell represented in all musical orranlzations and all clubs Norma ClbSOH and Fred Rogers were our class klng and queen Fifty four members of the class returned 1n the fall of 104 to begin thelr junior year at Galena High School Our clas ofiicer were Bob Lanpiord, presi dent, Donald Murphy, vice president, Nadlne Gandy, secretary, Dixie Shears, treasurer The junior clas play, WA Home for Henryn which was presented Dec ember 7, was a pronounced success We had three queen candldates June Phipps, Edna Tackitt, and Marilyn McCormack We succeeded in placing one oi our candi dates, Marilyn McCormack, in second place, above the seniors. In March we entertained the Seniors at a banquet, and the theme of Vlctory was carried out. Our sponsors were Miss Myra Louise Baker and Mlss Edith Prosser. We began our senior year wlth forty SlX members. Our class officers were James Dines, president, Evelyn Benton, secretary, and Barbara Powell, treasurer. Our sponsors were Miss Myra Louise Baker and Miss Minnie Largent. Our oueen candidate, Imogene Davies, placed second in the NBlue and Whiten contest,los1ng by a very narrow margln. A cllmax to our school actlvities was our class play, which was presented in April. We received our diplomas May 26, 1944. 4 - K L 'L .,gS3 SVQFYWF I s535t't when A X 3,6 ,gg e s mg. -'- I N? I.. I f A ' N p . , X ,Q f x ' ' if , tg QQ . , K ' rr I 'E A , 1' I by I t 4 D 1 ,. , 2 . I x 'E v . 1 1- ' N V' 1 ' .' 1 L el 1 . , - - . ,. 4 ' . Y - , .' , A , .L , S , , 3 .., ' .. ' , Q X ' , r ' ' f S ' ' ' ' fs .4 ' ' 1- ' - . ' C cx A rx 1 S . in '3 n. , ' ' f 1 . 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'nav' gr 1530 3 if 'WY' ?ill v rnery Nell Jones Fred Pogels varjorle trickland Donulo ur ry rand McGuire Dale Dhillips 7' Donalo Phillips Imogene Davies CNN- Dorothy Schafer iii if iii if 4141+ nf' Dorothy Bradbury Blllie Jean Hardlman Betty June Campbell iii it iii if iii :L 4' Y at Q 'V -5 or 'D' ' ' e X ,sr ' Q .W . - U. . g ' IR, 2 r ' Q 'R 5. .., ,. N " .vw . fl ' A N al 'v gin ,S Q ' .1 o , lf l' 4 444 HN Ml? MURNAM mhe PI'1lOI' Cla xu Q he to p y Lllbu 1 to Vldmmi '7dLhlfN'N, za member oi the seruor C iss, vho V1 kmleu ln fa muck vreclf July 'lririr L 1 . S , 15:3 pa is is re li ' te A' x c . 3'x'.Q I +2 J .'z 5 , Q ' ' Q , ' 1423, 1340. ,Q ,g llumnouas 4 4 ag 'W owl 'WP' Bob Keyes Freda Wilkerson Wanda LOU EVeI'ett Seventy five sophomores entered Galena High School on September 23, 1942 To make an outstanding year we succeeded ir placing our candidate, Violet Jeane Hall, as oueen of the annual A party was given in our honor by the Junior and Senior classes With the aid of our sponsors, Miss Margaret Durkin and Miss Marian Lon our class enjoyed several parties throughout the year The sophomores were well represented in both athletic and musical activ ities Our class officers were Bob Anderson, president, Violet Jeane Hall, vice president, LaRaine Murray, secretary treasurer, and Jeffy Martin and Rayma Mitchell, cheer leaders In 1945 forty seven members returned to begin their junior year in Galena High School As Juniors we succeeded in placing our candidate, Shirley Dawson, as queen of the Blue and Vhite Our class play, USeeing Doublev, was presented December 3 to a large and appreciative audience The class held a skating party in February The seniors were our guests at the Junior Senior Banquet early in May It vas voted a delightiul and memorable occasion by everyone who attended The junior class va vell represented in both the fleld oi athletics and musical events dent, HGL Lou verett, secretary, and LaBaine 'ur1ay, trea urer Our spon ors vho have helped u make this a successful yeil ale 1 W1 y Lucile B ker and Ml Pearl fantl no X Q - U D . 1 A , A l ' gy ' 1 . O f l " L1 A l J ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . , I S is V . . . Our class officers were Bob Keyes, president, Freda Wilkerson, vice presi- ' Ta L E 2 ' A. I "' S' . s J. S ' ' ' ' ' I " ' 1f'ss Liar ' a o ' ,'Ss r I a l. 5 I Jackie Vaughn -as uise McMillan James Bankson Dorothy Moody N590 5UI Q..,x '17 Edith Dunnill I2 1:5 'T' Marion Xade Betty Davls Dale Largent Howard McGuire 40' Wm' Rosaleen Sullenger asf 'L-. Richard Smlth Margaret DeGraff X fi t Jeans Dorothy Lou Hall Peek 8 43N 'SP' Yvonne Leroy Geisler Kerr ,Qc Bob Twyla Anderson Anderson 'T' Uvadell Bob Fichtner Jones Q6 Q .1 'i' 'UV Kenneth Irene Murray Parsley NNI Nadine 1ye1 S o b W .,.,. . Nqiy :L is 8 5 X ,,. A A Q K ff L' 4 K J W K 'any ' 'K A A ,AQ Xi Q QF J 1 l ! Lo I7 A 'Y' V .3 or d , X A -Q 3 a N 3 as . vi . H J, I , fQ T j A be f ff! 1 wrwluil ' I L' X X i .5 . we ggl . W X t A -+L , . 5 K Ji-5 X, y 3 if ,ff Q: 'ff Q -, J? r A , f , I l 5 6 0 - '.anf:L'iE,' Q. , ,Ta l':HW:'4 -Q- - .:, 1 .,3wq, un fQL l K I f:r 1 hy' h 'T' Wanda Jean Evans Jay Dale Gray Stella Faye Cantrell 1' 'bm Hall Juanita Dake eva inf fm 'ia' -Uk Everett Johnson Florence Hampson Carrol Buttram Marie Dake I 1 Leroy ebb Shirley Dawson 'gi' Robert Clarke Betty Lou Rosenberry Claudell Lee Ira Woods George Dunn m fi Pauline Allen Richard Qhadd 'i aa' Fdwln Glades Francis Landrum Mzry Lou Qtephenson 4 Cu Jeify Martin 'IV Della Ann Dimitt Betty Lou Rooney Silvl Nu! K , 4 'yk, fl J J " ' J Q 3 A ag.. ,NJ 3 X at mi at 'b - ll 'QA ai: A '. :rv X w V 9 l h ll : , 3 L, C J v fa . J f J n he a 43- gf I 1' J 1 A Q -5 ax . it Q J f at X-S QI.. f I J g .,.a" X My R ' A J 11 A 2 ' J A .ff . ' f M f J J, X , 5 . M f ' af' M L Y Q53 ' J ' 'w r . f A. J J R f .1 'K JJ 'R' 6' . J -1 ,.. J, J ' D J Q Qi fa' 4:9 lf R' N7 or 'P Q' J Q 1 QL- . n .MJ gs D tg, '-'ki' 1 J J, -.1 " K J 91,4 u f lv W SOIPIHIOMQRES Bob Shears Rpat Carolyn yan Netherton The sound of one hundred eighty marching feet echoed through the corridors of old G H S a seventy Hrookiesn entered school in September l945 Under the spon orship oi Mlss Seeley and Miss Fisher we held our first class meeting and selected the following officers President, Bob chears, Vice Presldent, Pat Ryan, Secret ry Treasurer, Carolyn Netherton We chose Lois Means a our oueen of the Blue and 'hite and put up a gallant fight in the annual conte t, but we were defeated by the juniors Our class enjoyed several parties during the year f Norma Vanderpool Gene Richey X Barbara Clifford Jerry Stephenson Donna Bradshaw Bill Bryant llene Gandy Richard Posey 351' f wk K Jeannine Shaw Galen Culver Vanda Overstreet 'Nag -TL. 2- Joe Johnson Mary Langford Darrell Kitch Mary Fllen Cimpson , L I I Q ng 5 a , , E s K A Q K 3 ' A Y , Al yi, 3 3 K -1 ? ...Q , f . k y .fn L l 1 A X ' ,ik f L ,. , Q f 4 , 'f 47 G M 1 E 1 - M , ' 1. ', Q !Y'. ,. x 'K N rt as L , 9 be I ' ' V A i xx ta- .,,, 2 ' Q K J, ,Q KJ Hirold Bullard Betty Nell Qchdfer Dean Brown innie Thompson Geruloine Yount PGSSY Nausley Billy Pittman Jeqn Cllngenpeel 'QT' Billle Swaln Joan Purrly L.. Romayne Hertweck Flla Rae Tracy 'til'- DaryL Russell Betty Archer Lois bedns Arabelle Martin Paul Stoneking Jimmie Neihdrt T I Twyla Hoverton y- Y? B111 Qmith Herman Keyser Lelia Rose Tennis Dalphlne Parker Dorothy Mqrie Gray drguerite Vade ff , 'Q . ""' W X .,, . x An I X I' 4' 9 . Q ale J P . ' Q -4' , my 4 ' ,f,,v' K 4 , 3 A . '. J .gf B ,, 5 A 3 B wil X Y I A pf' mu 0- i E' I ' Q I 'JP B B 1' ' 4' B ' L, mi' 'B -" kg X , , 1 f ' ' l r A ' M. Farl Proctor Mabel Cook Dorothy Kinkade Lclvefne Cualls Z' Elizabeth Hilton il Lloyd Qhallenburger Earline Kohl Colleen Russell Charles qOb1DSOU Bob Adams Nona Cure 8' Bill Reynolds Wanda Lou Parsons ,alba Lloyd Fdwards Anna Marle Moody Leonard Jenkin 'Q Fayma Lamb Delores Kuder Sam Alexander 'ini' Neal Myers Barbara Pruitt Billy McKinney Wanda Gam f is - of Q' ml e gui, -3 Q g 4 5 'is e E ' by 4. X . s Y F X X' A K 4 fm . 4 I i . 5 sa K X u JQQY ,yd L ' lit' f,r5 Q 1 I ,.. N 8 Li if ' ls 5 Qs Q i. L!! 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Riverton Qt Peters Piverton Curl Junction Blxter Pt Leters Oswego Baxter L, PVFTONAL TOUPNAW U 5 Altamont 4 Cherryvale V3 L, 0 TT Th X P Riverton Oswego Joplln Piverton Carl Junttlon Altamont U4 hulk! Iliad hah' Ili Tlvbrllnt Plhoqlbyl Pllghd lcilhu. iQ ily hglan lifhl UIU- Cdthul QWNNUUY haul lobby Lily! lhvialdo. Dunenmhd Dlylflllol Ilan: Nriqsfhq ma1iud.ltl1 Sldluihdn I 5 Ntilld lar0n.0ordl Stophouougluhn Slillllyluh ihdotnnvy 1 Shwubidu Shu hd Tmnllglcb 2 Wihglldl Nnrunurbhn. Ldglnn Clinlqli Cunisl.lhrnnn hyan.Td Ovuwvnmudp Wild!!! Smith! Ilnmhlllnv llohoanlnoa which hair Akls,Chluneay ldlhu1W Pltunuylauny lnlsrurglbort luriskuuhu Wiki 'iffy ll Punl.I'runk Pllnl.Cu1 lyk!! 1'hnsQnnn,lbv'i TEC!! lib!-Ml! lndusn. 11 CD01 Dunmtola DQHNLIAOII hllioovp Gighmvll Shllhy blllllfrludl luwhndluyno KAW llvholgihs Wdhlbdl Fihllvnonc FOYUIIUNPII Frlnelioniil GbU0n,lCowld Gldsln Plul I-nwmwrym Ll1hd,Lnn Ytivl Vkgl W-lmgfrll Wdtvl Nik! 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Pkhdtf It Nihon Nevldlll Bob Shdv Jeiiy Martin QF LFaUCiq Ldndfum Warl Proctor Marion Vade D8PYl Pu 9 HE' Q high Id Do:-4 y Hexmin Keyser Pichqrd mith Pob Adams Lloyd Edwards iff fffl lg, A MV wow, AND :ww wit, ANNUIAIL STNFIF S- First Row Longhi, Van Fleet, Stephen on, Shears, Gandy, Benton Evans, Shaddy Second Rom Murphy, Millis,Miss Baker, Geisler, Dawson,Ander or Tackitt, Mr Marsh, Shaw, Jones, Barrett, Hall, Miss Wantland Murray, Ralns uf-l Co Ed1tOTS Assoclate Edltors Buslness Manager Sales Managers Artists Typists Nadlne Gandy and D1x1e Shears Evelyn Benton, Bob Langford, Ned Rains,Mary Lou Stephenson Richard Shaddy, Wanda Jean Evans Paul Van Fleet Billy Will1S, Vlolet Jeanne Hall, Jeannine Shaw Bert Longhi, La Raine Murray Margery N. Jones,Edna Tackitt Betty Barrett,Yvonne Geisler, Shlrley Dawson,Twyla Anderson I5 MII F M ff FA- M , ,fs M ji" 'Pk 'I' ' lik IH 'III 1 W .. B at 1 , K A K 1 , M g 1 8 A A is 4 gf ki' 1 R f' ,if O ULUHIEIEN M i i IMOGENV DAVIUQ IAID OF HO OR 'xf q 212' ff 444 LOIS MEANS MAID OF HONOR X. Lug, , ' ATQ .JL R ,N E? A, ' f. . I 'I Y W il ' wks . F -54 3 I "' J 3 - Twinsqfw S l'L 1 4 J Q -A " .:,,'fH fv3' 131 'F SNAPSIH TS - WThe Pause that Refreshesu QU C "' Between classes fm ,.. Umfzn Snvzs Mmm: Cours Coach Smiles BTLICG UNITED STA'rE5 COAST Gunmo ousins Pals MLW The Four Ponlee At noon WED STATES ARMV AIR FORCES uSw H 'VP' 'f.'f'f1 ,Q nf 1 1' f M94 M 'ISJA 'N RR Sunbedms Y' .. r , -A 5 4 . of N 9 0 - "' A 'Q ,YV A "l 4:-1 N. 3.2 dl' - I 'l QS ' 'Q . A- l .M . Q ..- . I 5 1 C D 'Ii Q Y F X s D ' " x r I V X 5 , f. V Z o A 2 vt ' ', k ""' x x ' . x V . 'L K r dwg 6 A Q tx . , x 5 ". . E - , F L Q I ....4..- l K IQTI3.,--11?-:,i.k.i: 5. 3 K gut MA , Z:-K . V .:5..5,Q-qvlz . -'vm' . f.,.' - , "1 ' , ' ' '-- .1 t' -A . .pw-f-Qfwf ,fy , -f 34,- 1 M,'9""'. ,Nf,M55-- W' .h w :..,- ,My A, q A-. qw , A- W . -:WL ,fe wx , -. ,B N x 1 SNAIPSIHOTS Av Prexy A I 6 1 D Edwin 'F Iii: Before EQ ugh' mmwmwmmmq lmmmmwmmm mwmwmmwm I mmwwmmmm I RUIM CORPS Flr t Row Tennls D Q h f Wilkerson, Netherton, A CG3ng5i g:S5etSalYiltOn, Hdmpson, Povell 9 qecond Row Yount, B Schafer N 1 St h 2 aus 9 G9lSl9P Mltchell carigbgrfion' Ddwson' Lee' MCGUHQ1 Rooney, Thompson, r c r yi Thlrd Row Cure, Archer, Rosenberry, Allen, Shaw Aartir Lamb D Pgggill, Means, Langford, Cualls, Simpson, KlHK,lG, BFQGSHGWZ The lJ4a 44 G1rl'S Drum and Bugle Corps was org n17ed as a body consisted of Edlth Dunnlll, drum ma3or,Barbara Powell,sec'y, Nadine Gandy, treas , Dorothy Schlfer and Dorothy Gray, drlll sergeants, Jeannine Shav, Rayma Mitchell, and Carolyn Netherton soclal leaders, and Mary Langiord, unlform The Drum Corps performed betveen halves oi all home football game and at one out oi town game It also particlpated in the Fall Bond Drive Parade One of the highlights oi the year was a Valentlne Party QLVED by the Drum CO1pS The organlzatlon was under the GlF9CtlOD oi 'ls fnne 'eeley N T T . S . . ii.' 0 L, J I . I ' 1 A ' , p 2 . I . , s "-T'--r- , D , Y, , . . ' J. 'ard """"-' . ' A . 1 . . ,rx ,Q club as well as a marching organization. The elected governing ' 2 ' ' .A ' ' s. S K - y- ' A . I t . . 3 A T , . B . C T' ' - ' A T I ' V fn' S T Q '. AND First Row Everett, Tennis, Dunnill, Dugan, Hall, Mitchell, Dimitt Second Row Tackitt, Schafer, Shaw, Netherton, Gray, Langford, Millis, Adams Third Row Sanders Price, Thoma , Gray, Kerr, Moody, Fowerton, Geisler, MCGuiI'e CHURUS First Row Tennis, Fichtner, Rooney, King, Bradbury, Means, Parker, Simp son, Hampson, Dawson, Nausley, Schafer Second Row Rowland, Strickland, Yount, Qualls, Lee, Martin, Howerton, Parsley, Shaw, Gandy, Netherton Third Row Hilton, Dunnill, Dunham, Hertweck, Shears, Martin, Robinson, Shallenburger, Myers, Fourth Row Keyser, Glades, Langford, McGuire, Anderson, Neihart, Shaddy, Stephenson, Adams Lamb, Clingenpeel, Gibson, Moody, Bradshaw, Geisler, Posey, Richey, Stoneking, Cure, Swaln, Everett Keyes, Kerr, Gray, Kitch, ': , s ' . ' . M e Ql' lW, e 1:1 xt G S 1 k he . 5 . s S . 5 ' i 1 a 1 ovs om ULU ,4 First Row Glades, Langford, Keyes, McGuire,Kerr, Grey, Ander on, Kitch Qecond Row Nelhdrt, Stoneking,Rob1nson, Shears, Shaddy,Hertmeck,Keyser T51 5 Row Adams, Dunham, Dosey, Richey, Qhallenburger, M rtin, Myers Stephenson GHRILS GILEE CLUB xi- Flrst Row Flchtner, Tennls, Means, Pooney, Brddbury, lwp on, Nau ley, 'chsier, Wverett, Parker 'econd Row Rowl nd, Strickland, Qualls, Lamb, Hdmpson, Davson, Tunnlll, Ying, Cham, Qvain, Rradshav, Gelsler, Netherton Third Pow Hilton, Cllngenpeel, Yount, Tee, Gibson, rtln, Worsley, Fowelton, Candy, Moody, Cure, 'i Oeeley U V: ' A. ' S . . L. : . ' ' ' Q If . . ., 1 L L. lu , , . 0 , H I . 3 AV , X Q A., 4 Sv 1 K f . ' x - , L 'wwf . . s' 2 I 5 I I O A Q V 'fn E' 'S use ' x ' 'Z , . T ' " n 5 ,E S ' KJ ' AJ -I 1 I h- N ' nj 'Z . d. . , ., Y. un ' L, 7 M J 1 A ' , . , W ' ' Q ' Va ' , V H Y' . - , 1 - . ,. A-. Sf: p - HOME EC CLUB ey Fir t Row Means, Overstreet, Cure, Nau ley, Clifford, Prultt, Parsons Rooney, Tennis Second Row Mrs Rahiser, Kohl, Qwain, Schafer, Tracy, Vanderpool, Langiord frd Row Mitchell, Parsley, Lamb, Cantrell, Powell, Martin, Moody, Nurlay, Inkade Under the sponsorship of the teacher oi Home Fconomics, a new club, The Home Economics Club was organized at the beginning oi the Iirst semester The proceeds from the sale of candy, pop, and pop corn were used to purchase equipment for the school kitchen Another activity in which the club participated was the collection of one hundred pounds of waste fats The ofiicers were Mary Langford president, Barbara Powell vice PTES1 dent, Rayma Mitchell secretary, Barbara Pruitt treasurer, Norma Vanderpool parlimentarian Miss Largent, Twyla Anderson, Billy illis, Rosaleen Qullenger, Bert Longhl Qtella Faye Cantrell, Rlchard Smlth STUDWNT ORATOPS Oratorical activlty this year was conflned to individual contests bet ween Juniors and Qeniors su W 1 S V: . S I 4 Q . , wr . v ' . - . n, - Th H . ' . . I " K ' . ' v 1 I 1 I . ' ' . V r . . A - - I - .- . . . C - - 4 .. 0 .. fy ,f " cv Q I . .' . I X:'f'j I V Q 4 f ' ,, 4 - , 4 1 . f V L ,. L H ', L ' O -J . . . ' 1 , ' 1 . - Y L1 I A af Y A n I0 s' X I 0 X '-. IDIRAMFXTIIQS 4, N -9-1 First Row Tracy, Cure, Nausley, Mitchell, Davies, Padley, Hall, Shears, Schafer, Means, Tennis Second Row Geisler, Gray, Lamb, Gibson, Powell, King, Shaw, Moody, Gandy, Culver Third Rom Miss Seeley, Longhi, Neihart, Shears, Martin, Keyser, 'hallen burger, Posey, Stephenson, Adams Fourth Row Smith, Glades, Keyes, Langford, Shaw, Kerr, Gray, Anderson, McGuire, Vindle NThe Curtain Call,N newly organized dramatics club,under the ponsor ship of Miss Anne Seeley, held its iirst meeting at the beglnning oi the second semester The purpose of the club was to permit each member to particip te in the type of activity he prefers acting, painting scenery, stage lighting, costuming and make up The first play, WThe Captain Comes Home,N was presented at the Coro nation of the Queen and at a Baxter High School assembly program Several one act plays, using diflerent casts oi characters, were pre sented by 'The Curtain Call W HIllllllllllllllllllllllli Illllllllllllllllllllllll ' . f ' ' 6 s x 4 l K I ' 6 I pil 2 Q f , X nmf " -ax N ,v 'p fi Lf "Q A 'mr . . 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S .- I a " u . lumlok :PLAY SHEHNG IDOUIBILIE The Junior class presented WSeeing Doubleu by James C P rker on December 5, l943 In WSeeing Doublen were the Hunpredictablen Wades, two girls who were identical twins yet had very contrastlng personallties Gloria Wade who was interested in city life brought the Van Schuylers, a group of so called aristocrats to her home June Wade was a detective story wrlter, a fact which annoyed Gloria and all concerned Cchuyler van Qchuyler, Gloria's anemic aristocrat was almost driven to distraction by the antics oi June, whom he mistook for Gloria The cast of characters was as follows Gloria and June Wade Yvonne Geisler Aunt Mary Edith Dunnill Martha Mason Wanda Lou Everett Bob,Carlson Richard Smith Schuyler van Schuyler Leroy Kerr Mrs van Schuyler Violet Jeanne Hall Geraldine van Schuyler LaRa1ne Murray Jeeves Carrol Buttram Dora Florence Hampson Miss Arnold Louise McMillan Directors Ml s Mary Lucile Baker Miss Pearl Wantland I ' I EN Q L, If .- ' z' dns if Jerry Mitchellzizizz---Richard Shaddy 4 4 4 SIENIIOIR PLAY ,t ,t ,, "U, NThe Absent Minded Profe orW by James C Parker, a comedy in three acts, was given by the Qenlor clas Friday Barnabus Davklns, the Absent Minded married mlthin one month after the readlng evening March 04, l044 Profes ol, is reouired to be oi hls iather's wlll or he wlll lose an estate valued in exces ol 340,000 0 As the Proies or 15 an ardent bellever ln astrology, he 1GfU5 s to marry becau e the tars and planet are not in a favorable formatlon Qhxron and Joan Davklns, nleces oi the professor, attempt to him oil to the village wldow, Esmeralda The turn of events 1 both prl ing and amusing The cast was s follows Uncle Barney Aunt Jessica Josephine Charon Joan Joe at on Dave Carter M ss helvina Esmeralda Mr. Butler NThe Absent Minded Professor' His sister in law Her daughter Uncle Barney's niece Her ister Sharon's suitor Joe's room mate The family housekeeper WFour times a widomu The reader of the w1ll The play was directed by Miss Myra Louise Baker a Margaret Largent Ps X , E2 23 '-T ' 'Vi sys x --. Bob Langford Colleen King June Phipps Dixie shears Donna Padley Billy Willis Bert Longhi Nadine Gandy Rayma Mitchell Paul Van Fleet nd Miss Minnie marry sur JIUNHUR HUG H wiv 444 444 I 5 'I we 1- af Q f if as 3g,mf,.4 2 K , I -LV- U A Q ' N LS' -mr -sg.-if Q... xmcuxmmw ...W 5' N'- J N S A WELL PRINCIPAL 44:54 ....q.,. 3, 7.0 9.1 50 al.. ul MAHGAPET NWFLWY Art Penmanship Spelling IRFNE HINMAN Geography Physlcal Education ann, LFQLIW LFONARD Social Science Mathematics 'Us mf MAFY rHoMAs MUPIFL QFCRIQT DFLVEPE COCKRFLL LOTS VAN HORN English Mathematics physical Education Music pelling Cocial Qcience Agriculture Liter ture .- 1? 4 98' -vw '7 hbix Langiord Qims ' ricklxnd Bxrker Cunudy Jibson Kuder Myers 'kb 'O lf' , 41 'iller Watklns Wobinson Dimitt Thomas Rruoshax Hill 45 fuk A K A Dalton Fogers Udwyer Beyer Cooper Giddens Cwrter Arme Proctor Low Cr0welL Oouy gown-on Wallace Johnson Pittmin L lzoy hetrey orxboug Tv n Endicott uTurner ,wtiield Jo eph Perry L n B ogerom Jzcobs F 5 r'p Abruhum ,oore L ILCL ogtor rlxu cCu1Vu Albrwcht Ho',r, n Acorn 8TH :QF fimx Y QOLCP Foro Butt: n Holli P ilpy onv N be ,X .J .,, 4a f! 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