Galena High School - Blue and White Yearbook (Galena, KS)
- Class of 1946
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Text from Pages 1 - 62 of the 1946 volume:
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Blue and White
lary Luoile Baker
The Senior Qlcass
Galena High School
Myra Louise Baker
Much of our success in our later lives
depends not only uponv the education we
receive in high school but also upon the
guidance of our Superintendent.
Many of us have been encouraged and
guided by his thoughtful consideration and
advice which he has given us.
And so it is that we, the Senior Class
of 'L6 dedicate to Mr. Raymond Marsh, our
Superintendent, this volume of Blue and White
and leave with him our sincere wish for a
long and continued success.
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Board of Education
Girls' Glee Club
Boys' Glee Club
BOARD OF EDUCATION
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Paul Langford ------
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SU PERINTEN DENT
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Hi9t0rY Commerce Commerce English
In our quest. for an education
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had it not been for the guidance of
the faculty who have always been
ready to guide us toward the goal.
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First Row: Mr. Marsh, Jones, Gibson, Yount, Langford, Smith
gecond How: Posey, Cantrell, Hayward, Neihart, Crook
The Student Council, which is the student governing body, is
composed or class presidents and two members at large from each
class who work under the direction of the officers, the student
council president and the secretary. LaVerne Crook was the Presi-
dent and Billie Smith was the Secretary.
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In September of l9h3,a group of anxious 'Sophies' entered the haven
of G.H.S. With Miss Anne Seeley and Miss Dorothy Fisher as sponsors we
elected the following officers: Bob Shears, presidentg Pat Ryan, vice
presidentg and Carolyn Netherton, secretary-treasurer. Student council
members were Bob Adams and Jeannine Shaw. Our queen candidate of the
'Blue and White' was Lois Means. Our class was well represented in
Our roll call diminished to L8 at the beginning of our junior year.
Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Ethel Bond and Miss Dorothy Fisher, we
called our first class meeting and the following officers were elected:
Carolyn Netherton, presidentg Daryl Russell, vice presidentg Dalphine
Parker, secretaryg Neal Myers, treasurerg and Bob Shears and Geraldine
Yount, student council representatives. We got off to a good start by
winning the football ticket selling contest. We succeeded in placing
our queen candidate, Donna Bradshaw, second in the annual contest. On
November 21, we gave our Junior Class play, 'Mr. Beane from Lima' which
received many compliments. We kept up the old tradition of entertaining
the so-called 'dignified seniors' of 'L5 at the annual Junior-Senior
Banquet. The theme was 'Ration5ng.'
At last we have earned the distinction of the title 'dignified
seniors'--forty-two victorious seniors! We elected the following-class
officers: Jimmy Neihart, president: Bob Shears, vice presidentg Mary
Ellen Shaw, secretaryg and Carolyn Netherton, treasurer. Richard Posey
and Geraldine Yount were student council members. We attained another
great goal--that of placing our candidate, Dalphine Parker, as queen of
the 'Blue and Wh1te'. With Miss Dorothy Fisher and lr. Howard Weld as
our sponsors we presented our Senior Class play 'The Campbells Are
Coming' on April 5. On May 3 we were guests of the Juniors at the
Junior-Senior Banquet which will be among our fond memories of our days
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In September l9hL, 67 'Sophies' enrolled in Galena High
School. At a meeting the following officers were elected tor the
term: Bud Rchrbough, president, Doris McElroy, vice president,
Carles Moore, secretary: and Tommy Thomas, treasurer. Student
Council representatives were Marion lurray and Norma Crookshank.
On October 26 a weiner roast was held at Schmerhorn Park. Pillie
Smith was chosen as queen candidate for the'Blue and White'.Joan
Martin, a sophomore, was crowned queen at the Twin Valley Track
Meet. Miss Myra Louise Baker and Mr. Preston Bullock were our
September l9u5, brought 55 Juniors tc G.H.S. At the first
class meeting Norms Langford was elected presidentglohnny Shetley
vice presidentg Betty Sexton-secretarygend Joan Martin-treasurer.
Student Council members were Billie Smith and Paul Cantrell.
The Junior sponsors' Miss Mary Lucile Baker and lies lyrs
Louise Baker received many compliments on the successful perfor-
mance ot the Junior Play, 'Cyclone Sally', which was presented
December 7, in the high school auditorium.
Harlem Joseph was our candidate in the 'Blue and lhite'
contest. The junior class contributed some excellent material
to the athletic department--Sandford, Wallace, Albright, Proctor,
Murray and others.
A skating party was held January 28, at the Galena Roller
Rink. On May 3, the Seniors were entertained by the Juniors at a
delightful banquet. .
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Patty Lou Jones
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57 green 'Sophies' entered into the 'spirit of
things' in G.H.S. on September L, 19L5. Under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Ethel Bond, Mrs. Lucille Mermoud,
and Mrs. Mary Thomas, the following officers were
elected: Patty Lou Jones-presidentg Bob Kitch-vice
presidentg Mary Lou Barnes-seoretaryg Richard Edwards-
treasurerg and Norms McMillan-reporter. Patsy Gibson
and Marion Hayward were our Student Council represen-
tatives. Sophomore queen candidate, Patsy Gibson, was
barely defeated by the Juniors for the second place
position in the yearbook contest. Several parties were
enjoyed by the class during the year.
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13--Seniors select class rings
21--Football game at Riverton 19-0
25--Student council tloodlight benefit Amateur Hour
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12--Football game at Seneca 7-0
All school carnival--Floodlight Benefit
19--Football game with Chetopa here 3h-0
25--Football game with Riverton here lt,-6
26--Navy Day program
31--Football game at Altamont 25-Oltheir favorl
3--State Teachers Meeting
9--Football game at Citgo 20-6
16--Football game with xter here 13-Oitheir favor!
22--School dismissed for Thanksgiving
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7--Junior play 'Cyclone Sally'
10--Seniors receive class rings
12--Lyceum--Edwin A. Rowland--Hobbyist
13--Basketball game at St. Peters L0-20
20--School dismissed for Christmas vacation
30--Returned to school after vacation
31--Annual contest begins
--New Year's holiday
--Basketball game with Baxter here 2A-Zlitheir favorl
--Basketball game at Carl Junction 37-3b
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--Annual sales end--Dalph1ns,Parker queen
--Basketball game at Altamont 2h-22
--Basketball game at Edna Ll-27
--Basketball game at Oswego L3-2h
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--Basketball game at Baxter 28-12
18--Basketball game with Chetopa here 55-26
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8--Basketball game with St. Peters here 57-37
ll--Basketball game with Oswego here 50-23
13-lu-15--TVL Tournament at LCCHS -
Galena vs. Edna L7-31
Galena vs. Riverton 29-30
Galena vs. Baxter 23-Zbitheir favor!
19--Basketball game at Chetopa 35-18
Apollo Club Concert
21--Lyceum--Torrini and Phyllis--Magicians
Basketball game at Riverton 2h-18
22--Basketball game with Edna here 5A-28
26--Basketball game with Carl Junction here 60-2A
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17--School is out
The Junior Class presented 'Cyclone Sally' a three-act comedy by
Eugene Hafer on December 7, l9h5.
Jack Webster, owner of the Webster estate, returns home after a long
absence with the purpose of marrying Sue Bascom. Immediately upon his
arrival he encounters open defiance at the hands of some 'human whirlwind'
who is known as 'Cyclone Sally', but who is really a very charming girl. A
fierce antagonism develops and the battles rage furiously. Thrills, laughs
and roars pile upon one another until finally the big climax arrives and
Jack finds to his dismay, that instead of courting Sue Bascom he has been
courting his mortal enemy, 'Cyclone Sally'.
The 'following students composed the cast:
Jack Webster ------------- Owner of the Webster Qtate ----------- John Snetley
Reggie Manners-A young Englishmangan adept at plucking peaches--Ivan Thomas
Jim Jerkins---Courted for twenty years but not yet discouraged--
Willie Clump---Sue Bascom's beau and the world's eighth wonder--Glen Rogers
Sally Graham ------------------- 'Cyclone Sally' ------------------ Joan Martin
Jenny Thatcher---Fortygand the object of Jim's persistence---Nonma Langford
Ruth Thatcher --------- A peach Reggie would like to pick ---- Cathryn Bradshaw
Effie Varden -------- ------- A cute little neighbor --------------- Peggy Allen
Vivian Vernon ------------- The belle of Cedar Point ------- Lily Mae Armstrong
The play was directed by Miss Mary Lucile Baker and Miss Myra Louise
The Senior Class presented 'The Campbells Are Coming' by Jay
Tobias on April 5.
This eventful comedy takes place in the cabin of the Brannigan
family, about a mile from the small town of Appleridge at the edge of
the Ozarks. Preparations for the homecoming of the eldest grand-
daughter, Kaye, are being made. The news that Kaye has thrown Jeff,her
hometown boy friend, over for Kingston Campbell, a boy she has met in
the college town of Ogdenville, greatly upsets her family.
Kaye brings news that the Campbells are coming for a visit on
Wednesday and then she leaves for Springfield. The Campbells arrive
two days early and Kaye's family act hill-billy causing Kingston and
his mother to go back to Ogdenville after the engagement is broken.Kaye
having lost her high notions'goes back to Jeff where her family knew
The following students composed the cast:
la Brannigan ------------- -------- -Carolyn Netherton
Catalpa Tapp ------------- ------ ------ -Jeannine Shaw :.:5
I Betty Brannigan -------------- ------- De lphine Parker 1
Dick Brannigan -------- - ------------ --La Verne Crook '1-
aimed 'rapp -------------- -------------- - --Bob Adam PLQ
1 Cyrus Scudder ----------------- ------ -Jimmie Neihart
Jeffrey Scudder ----------- ---- ------- -Richard Posey A
Kaye Brannigan ------------ ----------- Barbara Pruitt
Kingston Campbell ------ ----- ---- ---Romayne Hertweck
Mrs. Augusta Campbell--------------Norma Vanderpool
The play was directed by Miss Dorothy Fisher and lr. Howard Weld.
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First Row: Pruitt, Jones, Shetley, Hayward, Howerton, Netherton,Johnson,
Crook, Parker, Joseph
Second Row: Miss Baker, Culver, Langford, Kibler, Vanderpool, Smith,
Shears, Mr. Marsh, Miss Baker '
Betty June Kibler
Patty Lou Jones
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Baxter Springs and Galena to Meet
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PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF THE GALENA HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT BODY
S h I C0-Edit0rS .......... ...... L aVerne Crook and Romayne Hertweck
C 00 S Use sports Editors .......,,...,.,... Bill Reynolds and Bob Shears
, Humorist Editor ....,. ......,,.,,....,,,,,, A,A,,,,,.,,A,,,,, J i mmie Neiharl
Yesterday Untll Who's Who .......,. ..,.............. B illie Swain and Betty Archer
Music ............ ......... E lizabeth Hilton and Arabelle Martin
b Typists ......... .....................A. Ra yma Lamb and Earlene Kohl
'Reporters ...... ....... J eannine Shaw, LaVern Qualls, Pat Ryan,
V Paul Stoneking, Darrell Kitch,
Many Absentee! Bellini! Galen Culver, Richard Posey
Colds And Flu Cause HDI- I
idays To Start Early
Because of the high rate of ab-
sentees in the schools due to the ,
cold weather, influenza and
colds, the Galena schools
closed as of the close of
yesterday, Raymond Marsh,
superintendent, announced lust
night. Classes will reconvene on
Monday morning, December 31. A
total of '396 pupils were ab nt
SIGHTS T0 SEE-
Eazlene Kohl without a ques-
Allene Gandy without Buddy.
Anna Marie not primping.
Billie Smith failing in a subject.
Billy Jerrett not teasing a girl.
Mila, Jeanne walking alone.
Delores Swain without Don.
Betty Archer without a letter
Shirley Johnson, not flirting.
Robert Sandford without his
yesterday out of a total enroll! Beth-
of 901' Mr, Mm-sh said, gt, ma Crookshank without her
The regular Chri tmas v Q q, A E' 1,
was scheduled to begin at ,ji 5' 5 W ' '-9.3 rton without Jimi
of school December 21 cb lr 'S fide 5-L? ,J '
tinue until January 2. V-gh:-75 5'.S.g'.q 5 5,-S 4, 'me.
we per cent ofthe pofb. g.ghg9q5?a1?e,5-.g5f.g-S 'sb
esterday it was decilz 0 'qi' A U' " o Fu 'gpg-5"-3 ,
The Galena high school will be
entertained Wednesday, December
12, at 1 o'clock in the high school
'auditorium by Edwin A. Row-
flands, intemationally known hob-
5 His human interest stories about
lsuch people as General Marshall,
tl-lnlan Keller. Amos and Andy,
BASK ETBALI. SEASON OPENS
NEXT WEEK f
The Galena Bulldogs have turn-
cd to basketball.
I They had 30 to report for prac-
tice, among those were four letter-
men. They are Bob Shears, Robert
Sandford, Darrell Kitch and Har-
Galena, Kan., Nov. 15.-Galena
will have lu lirst night football
game under the new floodlights at
Abbey field Friday night, when
Baxter Springs plays a 'Pi--'in-Valley!
Conference game for sei:-ind place'
in the league. Allnmont is lead-
ing the league. Q
Coronation ceremonies for tha?
football queen will be held between!
halves. Ediih Inu Milton, selected:
by popular vote of the football,
squad, will be crowned queen. Her,
attendants will be Patty Lou Jonesi
and Peggy Allen. The queen wllll
' be crowned by Bob Shears, captain'
1 of the football .teeny who wlll be
aulsttd by Hargld.-11'-,mf-r-v and'
The junior class presents their
annual class play December 7. The
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ga Q -E-5 "ffQ'hQ E 2' Q0 -33 E,:'v...f'f5,g 0 Q imc will be played De- Hers, Tommy Thomas: Jim Jer-
gg P' .13 " .2 O 3 ogg, 4,6 sf 'iw' I A 'B ' St. Peter's in Joplin. kins, Bud Rohrbaugh, Willie
94 ,L 2 2' o 'l- - Jigga'-. e K, 1? 'g."?,3'-5 f '7 games with two Cleemp, Pete Rogers: Sally Gra-
yn S GET 1325 E Wxfffx -so Sf 'V sa'-Fi f ,l'am, Joan Martin, Jenny 'I'hagch-
if 5 ,Eff 3 g -g Sn E 6, :eg 51: 5,5 5 ' 5 N er. -Norma Langford: Ruth Thatch-
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5 EE -5:-g -ag-32 S 3 qi 3 viii ga 5 N .S Y 5 gthe mixed chorus meet in the mu- The matinee Wm b D b I
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
girst Row: Murphy, Means, Hall, Johnson, Howerton, Messer, Gerlach,
Second Row: Armstrong, Bradshaw, Stewart, Mr. Wade, Rhodes, Sawyer,
Third Row: Langford,Vaughn, Yount, Lamb, Netherton, H1lton,End1cott,
Through the melodious voices of the Girls' Glee Club,we have
all learned to enjoy good music more. They have rendered many
fine selections including popular, novelty, semi-classical, and
classical numbers. Under the direction of Mr. Wade they have
brought fine musical interpretations to their listeners at the
schools, churches, and civic organizations of the community and
participated in the district music. festivals. Mary Langford was
elected president, Norma Langford, vice president, Irene Beyer,
secretary, Doris Messer, treasurer, Wanda Howerton, librarian,
and Donna Rhodes, reporter. Carolyn Netherton is the accompanist.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First Egg: Moore, Swan, Mann, Rogers, Morrison, Schwartz
Second 393: Adams, Edwards
Third Egg: Netherton, Thomas, Hayward, Rohrbough, Carriger,
Buttram, Mr. Wide
Although small in number, the Boys' Glee Club has been great
in achievements. Their marvelous interpretations of spirituals,
semi-classical and classical music have fascinated their many
listeners. At their first public appearance, the Amateur Hour,
they rated first place by popular vote of their audience. They
sang at the various schools, churches, clubs and other civic
organizations, and participated in the music festivals of the
district. They elected Robert Adams as their president, Leonard
Rohrbough, vice president, Glen Rogers, secretarygMar1on Hayward,
treasurer, Tommy Thomas, librarian, and Norman Buttram, reporter.
Carolyn Netherton is the accompanist. The Glee Club is under the
direction of Mr. wade.
First gpg: Armer, Sawyer, Dines, Rhodes, Jones, Means, Hall, Howerton,
Second Egg: Rogers,Milton,K1bler, Langforo,Lyster, Netherton,Netherton,
Howerton, Buttram, Mr. Whde
Third Row: Atkinson, Adams, Thomas, Hayward,Rohrbough, Neihart, Price,
This organization was formed for the pur-
pose of giving students, who could not be in
either of the glee clubs because of class
conflicts, an opportunity to receive some vocal
The Mixed Chorus practiced from 6:30 to 8
each Wednesday evening.
The following officers were elected:
President ------------ --Jimmie Neihart
Vice President --------- Norma Langford
Secretary ---------------- -Glen Rogers
Treasurer ------------------- Bill Mann
Librarian -------------- Twyla Howerton
Reporter --------------- Lois Netherton
Had it not been for the illness of Mr.Wade
the director, this musical group would have
represented G. H. S. in the various musical
festivals in the district.
First Row: Willis, Price, Rhodes, Means, Jones, Kohl, Lyster, Thompson
'gegcid-IT5w: Barnes, McConnell, Swain, Howerton, Clifford, Netherton, Kibler,
Nethertf' Howerton, Mr. Wade
Third gggz Moody, Thomas, Price, Adams, Rohrbough, Crook, Neihsrt, Everett,
Reorganized for the l9L5-b6 term under the
supervision of lr. Vernon Wade, the G.H.S. Band
met at the beginning of the school term with 18
members and increased to 31 members by the end
of the term.
The following officers were elected:
President ----------- Carolyn Netherton
Vice President --------- Jimmie Neihart
Treasurer ----------- Leonard Rohrbough
Secretary ------------- Patty Lou Jones
The band played at the football games, the
basketball games, school assemblies, and pro-
vided appropriate music at the Coronation Party
for the Queen of the Blue and White.
The band had planned to play et the
Festivals in Joplin and Pittsburg, but due to
the illness of Ur. lads, was unable to do so.
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First Egg: Jones, Anderson, Webb, Cantrell, Bankson, Sawyer, Price,
Spiva, Charles,Tackett,Johnson, Cure,Port, Endicott, Myers, R1ce,Mr.Wade
Second 323: Barnes, Netherton, Rhodes, Means, Parker, Milton, Howerton,
3acobs, Swain, Kaenler, Schafer, Beyer, Joseph, Strickland, Giddens,
Third 393: Mitchell, Kibler, Brown, Howerton, Netherton, H1lton,Lyster,
Archer, Yount, Qualls, Kohl
The Girls' Drum , Corps, with
lr. Vernon Wade as instructor, organized
early in the season. Approximately 50
members were enrolled. The organization
was composed of both high school and
Junior high students.
With Patty Lou Jones chosen as the
drum major and under the direction of
Mr. Wade,the Drum Corps mastered several
new routines and took an active part at
all the football games.
First 323: Bradshaw, Milton, Sawyer, Dines, Swain, Armstrong, Parker,
Armer, Allen, Joseph
Second 331: Miss Fisher, Goodman,Morrison,Gandy, Shaw, Yount, Langford,
Netherton, Kibler, McMillan, Bradshaw
Third Egg: Vanderpool, Shaw, Rhodes, Gibson, Barnes, Moody, Jones,
First Row: Kibler, Barnes, Jones, Rhodes, Sawyer
Second Row: Mr. Weld, Thomas, Buttram, Thomas, Neihart, Crook
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Second Row: Adams, Rogers, Thomas, Crook, Perry
Third 325: Carriger, Rohrbough, Thomas, Neihart, Atkinson, Price
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W. I. T.
'Write It Today' is their motto and the members of Galena High's
newest organization certainly live up to it.
Organized on February L, l9L6, with only a handful of students,
this writers' club grew rapidly and two months after the initial meet-
ing the roll call was answered by 16 members.
The purpose of this organization is to stimulate and bring out the
writing abilities of the future writers from G.H.S. It not only has
done this, but has d qeloped into a very interesting and enjoyable
organization. This has been proved by its quick growth and the excel-
lent record of attendance.
With Mrs. Thomas as faculty member and the following officers and
members, this club has tremendous possibilities of going places and
doing things. President--Leon Perry and Secretary-Treasurer--V1rglnia
Dines. Mila Jeanne Sawyer, Patty Lou Jones, Donna Rhodes, Lois leans,
Jimmie Neihart, Robert Atkinson, Jerry Thomas, Earl Carr1ger,Bob Adams,
Pete Rogers, Bub Rohrbough, LaVerne Crook, Tommy Thomas, and Sammy
Price are members.
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member of the Drum Corps,
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of the Senior class, who
pneumonia. She was e
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First Q.: Shetley, Proctor, Thomas, Milton, Reynolds, Albright, Sandford
Second 3-ol: Weld, Thomas, Price, Robison, Baker, Jacobs, Hayward, Price
Third Q: Edwards, Moore, Adams, Posey, Vanderpool, Proctor, Johnson,
Shears, Wallace, Edwards, Crook
From Edna 6 to 0
'I'he first touchddwn fm the
Bulldogs was made by Wallace
through tackle for 80 yards and
then a pass from Wallace to Crook
accounted for the second and a
pass from Crook to Edward ac-I
counted for the third. The trv,for
l0ver Seneca Team
By Score 1 to 0
Cllelopa Comes Here For Con-
ference Calne Friday
Afternoon At 2:30
The Galena high school Bull-
, dogs remained undefeated and un-
scored upon so far this season by
defeating the Seneca, Mo.,' Indians
at Seneca last Friday afternoon.
Lloyd Edwards, Galena's big half-
back, broke loose in the third per-
'iod and dashed 65 yards for the
,only touchdown in the game.
Defeat Chetopa 34 To 0 Fri-
day And Riverton I4 To
The Galena high school Bulldogsv
won from the Riverton Ramblers!
by a score of 14 to 6 at Abbeyj
field this altemoon. This was the'
sixth straight win for the Bull-
dogs this season and the Riverton
team was the first to cross the
Jlnlanamnnnl. ' ' - f
Baxter Springs And Galena
Grid Men Clash Friday Night
At Abbey Field ,
Fin! Game Under Nowiy Installed Floodlighh Here A! 8 li
M.-wnmef Of Tm. cm.
Vlill Place Second In Twin 5
Valley League. Galena Wins From Oswego 20 To 6 '
GALENA RDMPS OSWEGO
20 T0 6
The Galena Bulldogs made their
comeback Friday night at Oswego
by defeating the Oswego Indians
20 to 6 after being defeated by AI-
gnt. , ,,, ,,.
'ULLWG5 'OW T0 mxrzn nrrms GALENA
'l'-QQ" 25 To 0 ,A I Jynisicuz cms, 13-o
A crippled SqUe!l.9f lil!!! 5912221 ,Galena i6'1D'-ll'5l3
Bulldogs jou feb Myers.
ees nignrhm We t Tha? sim: ' gl:
,feat of t e sq 19 River on I
lfiff' fgafffer 21, Irontenao 0 OE
,cause of inj 6 Edna 0 'ver from
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during the- 20 Oswego
Last week 0 Baxter 13
The football season for the Bax-I
er Springs and Galena high
chools football teams comes to a'
as ' ts at -
y WM irsti
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mtallex , W, 2 field,,-
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1 A S ,Epicure
second mx? Maj 2 er-
ence. Alum.. b rg eh-
ed the league N for
Edith Lou Milton, who was
elected football queen, will be'
crowned, during the intermission at
the half of the game. Patty Lou
Jones :md Peggy Allen are the
. Coach Joe Baker announces the
probable line-up to start the.an-,
ual classic Friday night:
Shetley, leg Johnson, lt: Sand-
ford, lg, Thomas, cg Hayward, rg'
nun,-1919.54 ynolds, rtg Vanderpool, reg Al-
ir 30,1 1fn.'gi'lt, obg Edwards, lh: Crook,
Wesson. rm, , ,and Wallace, fbl A I
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First Row: Wallace, Shears, Kitch, Edwards, Sandford
Second Row: Murray,Adams, Hayward, Crook, Coach Baker
The Bulldogs, Twin-Valley Champions, enjoyed one of the most
successful seasons, if not the most successful,1n the history of G.H.S.
Basketball, with 18 wins and 3 losses. They suffered only one defeat
in the league competition. The Bulldogs went to the finals in the
T.V.L. tournament and were nosed out one point by Baxter,1n the closing
seconds of the game, thereby taking second place.
Bob Shears played his second year as varsity forward and was the
season's high scorer with 22h points.
Harold Wallace displayed remarkable speed and accuracy for the
basket. These abilities proved to be great assets to the team. During
the season Harold scored a total of 170 points. Wallace will be back
for the varsity next year.
Darrell Kitch played his third year as varsity center. Kitch
played angexceptionally good defensive game and was a valuable scoring
man. He totaled 188 points.
Lloyd Edwards, varsity guard, was the backbone of our defensive
play and kept many of our opponents from scoring. Edward's alertness
aided the team in various ways.
Robert Sandford, veteran guard, did equally well on offense and
defense. His 'eye' for the basket was a constant threat to our op-
ponents. Sandford will return next year to occupy his place on the
Bob Shears and Darrell Kitoh were unanimously elected to the A11-
Conference cage team selected by the coaches in the Twin-Valley League.
They were named co-captains and were the only players to receive the
unanimous vote of the coaches. Harold Wallace was placed on the second
team and Sandford and Edwards were given honorable mention.
First Row: Moore, Edwards, Shaw, Pittmanf'Albright
Second Row: Mann, Vander ool Jacob Ha ard Price Buttram Coach
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LESLIE LEONARD MARGARET NEELEY - LEWIS OVERSTREET
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Thompson, McConnell, Willis, Mr. Wade
Third Row: Port, Clifford, Ferguson, Thompson, Teokett, Jones, Jones,
5raper, Terguson, Martin
Newman's Dry Goods
Mrs. John Keyes
Gray's Electric Co.
7th St. Market
Dixie Dress Shops
M. a M. Garage
Salzer Tire Co.
Eagle Picher Co.
Gillie's 66 Service
Wanda Lou Parsons
Mrs. Orin Clifford
Eckles Food Market
Rayma Jean Ferneau
Powell Drug Store
David C. Graves
Mrs. Faye Pfetcher
Keelings Used Cars
Mrs. Norman Hall
71 Coffee Shop
Mrs. Alson Lamb
Mrs. Mary Lyerla
Royal Music Co.
Dr. H.M. Plaster
J.C. Penny Co.
Dr. H.S. Coldiron
Mrs. P.S. Bullock
Milo Chew's Drug Store
Roy E Ann's
Palace Clothing Co.
Bradley Furniture Co.
Zinns Jewelry Store
Neosho Package Shop
Red Horse Cafe
Spotlight Night Club
Windle Motor Co.
Wanda Jean Evans
Earl 8 Esther's Cafe
Burke Drug Store
Barkers Shoe Store
Bill Nigh's Lunch Room
Kinney Shoe Co.
Rosenberg's Shoe Store
B R G Hosiery Shop
Holly's Dress Shop
Bankers Inc. Co.
White Rock Lunch
Mrs. Ida Moody
Joplin Livestock Co.
J.J. Henry Stockyards
National Livestock Co.
Galena Meat Market
Joplin Butane Gas Co.
Mr. R Mrs. David Sexton
Mr. k Mrs. Leon Sexton
Mr. a Mrs. Lee Cherry
Dorothy Lou Peak
Mrs. Sara Nausley
Mrs. Fred Archer
Junges Baking Co.
Gene R Polly's Cafe
Mrs. Jack Martin
Mrs. Victor Tackitt
Mrs. B.J. Burris
E.H. Morgan Grenma
Mrs. R.M. Brown
Thomas Fruit Co.
Mrs. R.E. Gandy
Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Mrs. Frank Hayward
Robeson Lumber Co.
Mrs. Harry Gibson
Howard Electric Co.
Baxter Yellow Transit
Mrs. C.C. Owens
Mrs. G.M. Kibler
Mr. R Mrs. T.A. Mermoud
Mr. Harry Gray
Joe Harding and Co.
Sears M Roebuck Co.
Learners Mfg. Co.
Mrs. Chester Dunham
Mrs. C.M. Dodson
Ned's 5 R 10
Mrs. Ina Richey
Peter Pan Laundry
Neeley Motor Co.
Dr. Frank James
Joplin Supply Co.
Fleeta's Beauty Shop
Joplin Tire Service
Mr. Gr. Mrs. R.M. Lough
Mrs. Fred L. Hedges
Clifford Grocery Store
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Empire District Electric Co.
Cliff's Truck k Auto Repair
A.E. Sanders Prudential Ins. Co
Concrete Masonry Products Co.
Hall's Service Station
Chenault's Dress Shop
Ernie Williamson Music House
Mr. k Mrs. Lawrence Murray
Owen Bros. Livestock Co.
Burney Wiles Livestock Co.
Mr. E Mrs. Eugene Cantrell
Mr. E Mrs. Gerald Martin
Crockett's Service Station
Milford L. Miller-Joplin Market
Mr. Stoke-Hostess Cake Co.
Ozark Mountain Distilling Cc.
Cook Paint and Varnish Co.
Galena Orange Kist Bottling Co.
Jones Bros. Const. Co.
Southwestern Stationery 8 Bank Supply
Military Chemical Works
Pfc. R Mrs. R.J. Wallse
Mr. k Mrs. Charles Ross
Mr. E Mrs. Emral Tanner
Morgan Roofing E Flooring Cc.
Ace-Hi Tobacco Store
Miners Ice Co.
American Service Ice
R k S Motor Sales Co.
Rayl-Stanley Motors Inc.
Webb Street Package Store
-Rol-lon Skating Rink
Blue Moon Club
Drive Inn Cafe
Minerva Candy Co.
Nance Furniture Co.
Logan Thompson Service Station
Haynes Rexall Drug
Gladys' Heidleburg Inn
Little Nell R Her Melody Boys
Parker's Variety Store
Mr. E Mrs. Ernest Manning
Mr. k Mrs. Claude Roland
Mr. R Mrs. Alvin Bratten
Mike Sass Liquor Store
Ken Reynolds Pharmacy
C E A Barbecue
Newman's Furniture Division
Mrs. Lillie Clifford
Mrs. Elmer Hussong
Wagon-Wheel Supper Club
Dixie Cream Do-Nut Shop
Mr. a Mrs. Vivian Daughterty
Mr. E Mrs. Earl Parker
Joplin Drug Co.
Jamison Drug Co.
Mrs. Rosina Mann
Mr. M Mrs. Herman L. Keyser
Mrs. Claude Brooks
Mrs. Goldie E. Myers
Greene's 'The Fashion Center'
Leon's Magic Shop
Carrother's Motor Co.
George Beeler Conoco Service
Newberry 5 k 10
Rev. G.P. Hertweck
Shank's Fruit Co.
Speck Lumber Co.
Gates Drug Store
Told Bros. Inc. Neon R Paints
Hunter Printing Co.
Galena Home E Auto Appliance
Ben H. Moody
Joplin Furniture Co.
Mr. 8 Mrs. Denver Moody
Tall-Burch Paint t Wallpaper
Pioneer Tire R Supply
Joe N. Phillips
Mrs. A.E. Mack
Kelso Feed k Seed
Geo. L. Babb
Mr. 8 Mrs. Bill Wade
Bogden's Candy Shop
Breck's Boot Shop
Mrs. Frank Hubbard
Hubbard Service Station
Ben Moody, Jr.
Mrs. Erie Morris
Inter City Florist
Mr. R Mrs. Paul Hardwick
Mrs. Owen Dunbar
Mrs. Mary Ellen Wilkerson
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