Galena High School - Blue and White Yearbook (Galena, KS)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 54 of the 1948 volume:
BLUE and WHITE
SEEEE We, the students and faculty of G. H. S. wish to
dedicate this l9L8 edition of the Blue and White to
the Citizens of Galena who have given so willingly and
freely of their time and effort to the service of our
school system as board members. Through their fore-
sight and efforts the schools of Galena have kept pace
with the ever growing demands of education. Many,
many thanks to you all. II'
Board of Education
Girls Glee Club E Boys Glee Club
Music Department Snaps '
Student Council 8 Pep Club
Princess K Attendants
BOARD OF ED CATIO
President . . . . . .John Simon
Vice President.David Livingston
Members . . . . . . C. C. Adams
R. J. Baker
Raymond Marsh, Superintendent of schools, attended high
school for three years at Louisburg, Missouri and one year
at Buffalo, Missouri. He obtained a bachelor of science
degree at the Southwest Missouri State College at Spring-
field,Missouri and a master of arts degree at the University
of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri.
Mr Marsh has been teaching 23 years. He taught four-
years in the elementary grades, and three years as principal
of the Fairplay, Missouri High School. For the past l6
years Mr. Marsh has been superintendent of various schools.
He has held his present position as superintendent of Galena
schools for the last five consecutive years.
Frank Bruce graduated from the Picher High School, the
Miami Junior College and the University of Arkansas. While
attending the University of Arkansas he worked at Boulder
Dam during the summer months. Following this he worked as
head time-keeper at the Grand Coulee Dam for one year.
Mr. Bruce received a bachelor of science degree of edu-
cation at Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and is working on his master
of science degree of education administration at Kansas
State Teachers College at Pittsburg, Kansas. He now has to
his credit ten years of teaching experience. Some of these
were spent as: An instructor in a country school two years,
Commerce High School principal, superintendent of schools at
Sheldon, Missouri,and is now on the Galena High School staff
as principal and instructor of journalism and psychology.
Betty June Kibler
On September 3, 1945, 57 WSophiesW entered the halls of G.H.S. Under the
sponsorship of Mrs. Ethel Bond, Mrs. Lucille Mermoud, and Mrs. Mary Thomas, the
following officers were elected: Patty Lou Jones-president, Bob Kitch-vice
presidentg Mary Lou Barnes-secretaryg Richard Edwards-treasurer, and Norma
McMillan-reporter. Patsy Gibson and Marion Hayward were our Student Council
representatives. Patsy Gibson, the Sophomore candidate for queen of the 'Blue
and Whiten was barely defeated by the Juniors for second place in the contest.
The class enjoyed several parties throughout the year.
On September 2, 19L6, A5 students climbed another step and took the name
at G.H.S. At our first class meeting we elected the following
Jerry Thomas-president, Bob Kitch-vice president, Lois Netherton-
and Norma McMillan-treasurer. Our Student Council representatives
Lou Barnes and Billy Jarrett. We succeeded in placing Patty Lou
candidate for football queen, in first place. Several of our boys
in football, basketball, and track. Mary Lou Barnes, our WBlue and
White' queen candidate, placed second. The Junior sponsors, Mrs. Ethel Bond
and Mrs. Mary Thomas, were complimented on the successful presentation of the
Junior Play WThe Daffy Dillsn which was presented in the high school auditor-
ium, December 13. Several delightful parties were enjoyed throughout the year
and on May 2, we entertained the Seniors at the annual Junior-Senior banquet.
In the fall of 1957, 36 seniors entered the doors of G.H.S. for their
final year. Officers chosen at the first class meeting were: Betty June
Kibler-president, Sam Price-vice presidentg Norma McMillan-secretary, and Patsy
Gibson-treasurer. Wilma Ruth Goodman and Jerry Thomas were our Student Council
representatives. Willa Dean Murphy, our candidate for queen of the 'Blue and
Whiten defeated all opponents by a wide margin. Success again came to us when
Patsy Gibson was crowned queen of the l9A7 football season. The seniors were
well represented in the athletic department and in all music organizations.
The class owes a great deal to Ethel Bond and Mary Thomas, sponsors, for their
help and guidance in presenting our class play April 16, which was received
with great enthusiasm. To bring to a close our most enjoyable year at G.H.S.,
we were entertained by the Juniors at a magnificent prom in May, and received
our diplomas May 13.
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On September 3, l946, seventy NSophies', which means nwise
and foolishn, entered the doors of G.H.S. At our first class
meeting the following officers were elected: Bob Draper-presi-
dent, Avis Hollingsworth-vice president, and Bill Edwards-treas-
urer. The Student Council representatives were Doris Martin and
Wayne McGuire. Miss Dorothy Fisher and Mr. Howard Weld were the
Avis Hollingsworth was our candidate for football queen and
Helen Hatfield was our candidate for queen of the NBlue and
On September l, l9b7, fifty-two students enrolled in the
Junior Class with glee. The following officers were elected:
Wayne McGuire-president, Jack Shears-vice presidentg and Delores
Cure-secretary-treasurer. Doris Martin and Loren Cagle were the
Student Council representatives. Miss Dorothy Fisher and Mr.
Preston Bullock were the sponsors.
Norma Jean Madden, a junior, was elected by the football
boys as a candidate for football queen. Norma Jean ranked second
in the contest. Betty Mitchell was elected to represent the
Junior Class in the WBlue and Whiten queen contest. Betty placed
The Junior Class Play, 'Gangway For Ghostsn, a three-act
mystery comedy, was presented December 5, at the High School Aud-
itorium under the direction of Miss Fisher and Mr. Bullock.
The Senior Class was delightfully entertained by the Juniors
at the annual Junior-Senior banquet in May.
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Gibson, Hulvey, Rindt, Tackett, Draper, L. Baker, L. Baker
Sales Managers .
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. . Marion Hayward
. .Patty Lou Jones
Wilma Ruth Goodman
Betty June Kibler
. .Mary Lou Barnes
Willa Dean Murphy
Georgia Mae Rindt
. . Lucile Baker
Seated: Vanderpool, Buttram, Jacobs, Thomas, Mr. Bruce, Jones, Murphy
Sganding:Shaw, Barnes, Price
The Journalism class composed of nine Senior students pu
out this year's high school Scribbler under the guidance o
their teacher, Frank Bruce.
Following are the beats the students covered for stories
Town Interviews and Office News. .
Teachers Biographies . . .
Sport Events . . . . . .
Class Organizations. .
Music Organizations. .
Sport Comments and Predictions . . .
'Meet The Seniorsn and Editorials we
.Willa Dean Murphy
Patty Lou Jones
.Mary Lou Barnes
. . Eassa Jacobs
. . Jerry Thomas
. Norman Buttram
. . .Sam Price
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GIRL GLEE CL B
lgg Egg: Abbott, Cantrell, Hatfield, Spiva, Yoachum, Hayward, Bullard,
Burris, Green, McConnell, Jackson
ggg Egg: Swain, Price,C. Rosenberry, Netherton,Giddens,C. Hollingsworth,
Anderson, A. Hollingsworth, Mitchell, LaTurner, Martin
jig Egg: Carter, Chase, Wilkerson, Messer, McMillan, Mr. Wade, Messer,
D. Rosenberry, Sturgis, Luton, McArthur
BOY GLEE CLUB
lgg Row: Thompson, Neeley, Luton, Draper, Shryock, Rice
ggg Egg: Roosa, Carriger, Jones, Mr. Wade, Buttram, Poole, Edwards
Fifty-three members constituted this year's Girls' Drum Corps.
This is one of the largest drum corps in the school system for
Ten new twirlers' uniforms, and ten bugles were purchased.
Drums were painted and equipped with new heads.
Under the able direction of Mr. Vernon Wade, music instructor,
the girls participated in the Coal Festival at Pittsburg, the Armis-
tice Day celebration at Iola, at the Seneca-Galena football game at
Seneca and several home football games.
Patty Lou Jones was the drum major.
First ggi: Mr. Wade, Harrelson, Vogel, Messer, Wantland, Thompson, Neeley,
Carter, Cantrell, Wheelan, Ferneau, Moore.
Second Egg: Rice, Williams, Jones, McMillan, Chase, Bullard, Thomas, Price,
E. Price, Lappie, Abbott, Pliler, Swain, Draper.
Third Bgg: McConnell, Willis, Shryock, Williams, Rosenberry, Netherton,
Harreld, Hollingsworth, Hatfield, Martin, Rice, Hutto, Tackett,
Fourth gow: E. Hayward, Webb, Cu e, Barnes, C. Hayward, Archer.
This organization, c mposed of pupils
of high school, junior high and grade
school, performed many times during the
school year, at athletic events, concerts,
and celebrations. Serving in the capacity
of both a marching and a concert band, the
group, under the direction of Vernon L.
Wade, made trips to Baxter Sp ings, Weir,
Clarema e, Joplin, and Pittsbu g. The
first three 0 these appearances were made
in marching formation and the last two
were at the spring music festivals.
STUDENT COU CIL
Seated: Chase, Gibson, Goodman, Kibler, Thomas, Mr. Bruce, Kitch, McGuire,
Standing: Shryock, Cagle.
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First Row: McConnell, P. Gibson, Netherton, Hatfield, Archer, Barnes,
Jones, Kibler, Swain, N. McMillan, Murphy.
Second Row:Luton, C. Hollingsworth, Martin, Hayward, D. Gibson, Price,
P. McMillan, Chase, Abbott, Miss Fisher.
Third Row: Giddens, Sturgis, A. Hollingsworth, Madden, Watkins, Bankson,
McArthur, Green, Hulvey, Stratton.
Jones, Barnes, Rice, Shears, Kitch, McGuire
Coach Giessmann, Buttram, Yanderpool, Hayward, Jacobs, Swain,
Shaw, Price, Ass't. Coach Bruce
Edwards, Woolridge, Harreld, Bryant, Vaught, Howerton, Woolridge,
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Seated: Edwards, Draper, Shears, Buttram, Shaw, Harreld.
Standing: Mr. Bruce, Hayward, Jacobs, Price, Vaught, Coach Giessmann.
The Bulldog NAU team took second place in the Twin Valley
Conference this year by winning eight of their 12 league games.
All their conference losses were by one and two point margins.
In their total of all games played, the Galena boys won 13
games while losing eight. Going to the league and sub-regional
tournaments, the Bulldogs were beat out before placing.
Hopes for a championship team next year are high, as four
of this years starters will be back. Among the returning four
will be the Bulldogs high scorer, Don Vaught, and Bob Draper,
We They We They
L6 "'Quapaw 35 53 Edna 37
L2 'Carl Junction Ll 35 Oswego 31
20 Oswego 21 21 miter 22
25 'COmm6rC9 50 L2 Riverton bl
A3 Baxter 16 28 Chetopa 26
bl 'Carl Junction 19 L0 Edna 15
A2 Riverton an 25 Locus 27
35 LCCHS 25 63.5. 'Commerce .ll
37 Chetopa 35 Total 11+ 519
TVL Tournament Sub-regional Tournament
3 6 Edna 31 LCCHS 37
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Seated: Booe, Edwards, Everett, Swain, Watkins, Rice.
Standing: Mr. Bruce, Howerton, Jones, Harreld, Giessmann.
Under the guidance of Frank Bruce, the B team finished the season with
a 9 won and 10 lost record. After a slow start in which they lost 5 straight
contests, the young cagers came to life and were on the crest of a six game
winning streak in regular play when the season ended. These victories in-
clude a A1-L trouncing over Chetopa and a 50-9 win over Edna in consecutive
Since the B squad was composed of Sophomores and Juniors, most of the
players will be back next year trying for varsity positions.
23 Carl Junction 25
20 Oswego 38
22 Commerce 39
21 Baxter 31
18 Carl Junction 23
33 Riverton 31
23 LCCHS 25
28 ' Chetopa 19
35 Edna 21
lg Oswego 26
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30 LccHs 29
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The Junior Class play, nGangway For Ghostsn, a three-act mystery
comedy, was presented Friday, December 5.
How to cure his foolish young half sister of her aspiration to be-
come a detective is Hal Charteris' major headache. To Storm Heights
comes Sally accompanied by her admirer, String Beane. She is pursuing a
charming young actress, Gayla Grande, to demand of her why she has broken
her engagement to Brother Hal. But Gayla can only plead a mysterious
tragedy in her life and has fled to Storm Heights with her colored maid,
Posy May. Sally soon has her hands full of detecting. Storm Heights is
occupied by an eccentric spinster, Hester Storm, her housekeeper, Minnie
Brill, and her appalling butler, the one-eyed Peters. It proves to be
haunted by a couple of blood-chilling phantoms: Ethan Storm and his
gypsy bride, whom he murdered in order to entomb her golden voice in a
master-violin. In the end, Sally is effectively cured of her passion for
Minnie Brill, the housekeeper . .... . Patty Sue Leonard
Peters, the butler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joe Douffet
Sally King, who wants to be a detective . . . Norma Jean Madden
String Beane, Sally's shadow. . . . . . . . . . . .Bob Draper
Hester Storm, who owns Storm Heights. . . . JoAnn McConnell
Gayla Grande, an actress. . . . . . . . . .Betty Mitchell
Posy May Purdy, her colored maid. . . .Helen Hatfield
Crazy Nell, who roams the hills. . . .Doris Martin
Hal Charteris, a playwright . . . . . . .Don Vaught
Eli Gandy, the sheriff . . . . . . . . .Bud Lappie
Ned Jorlan, an ex-convict . . . .Clifford Everett
A woman of mystery. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Avis Hollingsworth
The play was directed by Dorothy Fisher and Preston Bullock, class
E IOR PLAY
WLIFE BEGINS AT SIXTEENH
'Life Begins at Sixteenn, by Hilda Manning, a comedy of youth in three
acts, was presented by the Senior Class at the High School Auditorium,
April 9, l9L8. It was directed by Mrs. Mary Thomas and Mrs. Ethel Bond.
The central characters are Paul and Frannie Hollis, sixteen-year old
twins. As the play opens, Mrs. Hollis has just won a radio contest for
naming a new beauty soap, and has been rewarded with a free trip to Havana
for herself and her husband. Paul utilizes their absence to exercise his
rights as 'head of the family.u He enlists the aid of the 'Secret Sevenu,
a society of sixteen-year olds of hich he is president and hilarious
complications ensue.' The third act is a dance given by the 'Secret Sevenn,
to celebrate the success of their plans. Alas! They have counted their
chickens too soon. Instead of success, their efforts have brought apparent
disaster--a disaster enhanced by the unexpected return of Mr. and Mrs.
Hollis. But fate has an ace in the hole--several aces--and the playing of
them enables Paul and Frannie to turn the tables in a wholly satisfying
The cast was as follows:
Paul Hollis ------------- an imaginative boy of sixteen ------------- Sam Price
Hilda -... ......
Slim Zimmer ----
------a Swedish hired girl-----
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-------their older sister------
------a young man of means-----
----a young man without means--
nine years old and going strong---
------Frannie is his g1rl------
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------always found eating------
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-------who likes to dance------
----Betty June Kibler
-----Mary Lou Barnes
---Patty Lou Jones
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-Wilma Ruth Goodman
assistant cashier from the bank ----- Delores Gilstrap
1--Seniors select class rings
19--Football game with Mineral here
26--Football game at Girard
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10--Picture nJunior Missn
17--Lyceum--Fred Spooner--NK-9 Corps
Football game with Chetopa here
20--Junior Class hayride
22--Senior Class weiner roast
24--Football game with Riverton here
25--Seniors receive class rings
30--Football game at LCCHS Altamont
--Kick off of annual sales. Queens elected
Football game at Oswego
11--Drum Corps to Iola for Armistice Day parade
lk--Picture 'The Story of Alexander Graham Bell
Football game with Edna here
20--Freshman Class three one-act plays
26--Football game with Baxter here
Patsy Gibson crowned football queen
A--Band to Claremore for Will Rogers Memorial
5--Junior Class play nGangway For Ghosts'
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15--Basketball game with Carl Junction here
18--Basketball game with Oswego here
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Paul, Anderson, Ransom, Cure, Davis, Keyser, Shaw, Crook,
Mr. Overstreet, Barnes, Jenkins, Allen, Rice, Stansberry,
Gandy, J. Bryant, W. Bryant, Wooldridge, Murray, Mr. Darst.
gazkins, Bailey, Stewart, Shryock, Dugan, Dudley, Stansberry,
Willis, Vogel, Feagon, Shryock, Thompson, Secrist, Winfrey, Harrelson,
Moore, Anderson, Swaney, Selvage, Lswman.
Wheelan, Secrist, Turley, Thompson, Howell, Malloy, Crook, Jackson,
Patterson, Shaw, Vanderpool, Tackitt, Williams, Willis, Vermillion.
Mr. Wade, Pfletcher, Holly, Martin, Rice, Hedges, Swain, Brown,
J. Williams, Fezell, Cox, Edwards, Gatton, Pliler.
Lewman, Ferneau, Shaw, Hall, Wantland, Vogel, Bruce, Lockhart,
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El Rancho Bar-B-Q
C 8 A Barbecue
Ace Hi Package Store
Community Cab Co.
M. Robeson Lumber Co.
Mrs. John Fitzpatrick
W. S. Montgomery
Mr. E Mrs. F. J. Goodman
Newman's Furniture Division
Sears Roebuck R Co.
Laws Silver Castle
Newton's Jewelry Store
Inter City Florist
Newman's Department Store
Guy Allen's Bar-B-Q
Royal Music Co.
Melcher Real Estate Agency
W. T. Hollis
Rice Malt R Lunch
Hamlin Funeral Home
Shank Fruit Company
Herrelson A Son
M A M Garage
Lerner Bros. Mfg. Co.
Mrs. Nora E. Feland
Mrs. Perry Dunn
Mrs. Sarah Nausley
Empire District Electric Co
Mrs. John Keyes
F. G. Cannon
Bastian Wholesale Co.
Coca Cola Bottling Co.
A. C. Food Stores
G. W. Gleason
Mrs. C. K. Edmonds
Mrs. Etta Jones
Roy's Welding Shop
Eassa Jacobs Sr.
Mrs. Ethel Hampson
Nelson Electric Shop
Hartzell's Appliance Co
Mrs. Earl Carriger
Greene's Ready To Wear
Owen's Sporting Goods
Mr. R Mrs. Chas. Ross
Mrs. Frank Hayward
Mrs. Warren Stringer
Mrs. Raymond Evans
Mrs. Jim Green
Mrs. Deane Murphy
Mrs. Ima Lou Timmons
Mrs. Gayle Murphy
Mrs. Frances Timmons
American Gas Co.
Mr. E Mrs. Lee Cherry
Mrs. M. Gandy
Spencer Chemical Co.
Price Motor Co.
Eagle Picher Co.
Mrs. Lavon Luton
Mr. R Mrs. Earnie Russell
Mr. K Mrs. Chester Turner
Cynthia Mae Diggs
W. R. Lappie
Dr. C. C. Cohagan
E. B. Morgan
Mr. R Mrs. Jess Kitch
Mrs. Dow Booe
Mr E Mrs. G. H. Cantrell
Davis Drug Store
Mr. A Mrs. Paul Welsh
L. W. Murray
Mrs. Raymond Williams
Mrs. C. Ferneau
Mrs. Franklin Sharp
Bill Dean French
Mrs. Mary Lyerla
Mrs. Victor Tackitt Sr.
Mrs. Harry Reeves
Mila Jeanne Sawyer
Galena Public Library
G. J. Swan
Mrs. Bessie Mitchell
Mr. E Mrs. Robert Tennis
Mr. R Mrs. Roy Wheelen
Mr. K Mrs. David Leonard
Mr. R Mrs. M. Phillips
Galena Meat Market
Mr. 8 Mrs. McConnell
Mrs. Charles Roberts
Vic A June Cafe
West 22nd St. Garage
Dr. Walter Howard
Dr. Frank James
Mrs. C. L. Rohrbough
Mrs. Ella Woods
Mrs. Lucille Gray
Mr. R Mrs. Paul aTurner
Mrs. Ruby Sturgis
Mr. R Mrs. W. H. Cockrum
Sear Crestline Garage
Mound Liquor Store
Robin D. Hollingsworth
Mrs. H. A. Browne
Mrs. T. A. Mermoud
Mrs. J. L. Jones
Mrs. Nora Smallwood
Mrs. Pearl Gilbert
Mrs. Lyle Wolfe
Mrs. Sherman Woolridge
Mrs. Marion Armstrong
Electric Shoe Shop
SEMEU EULUH PRESS
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