Galena High School - Blue and White Yearbook (Galena, KS)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 74 of the 1952 volume:
B LU E
Presen ted by
DR. GRANT POWELL IAMES HUNTER
HOWARJD MILLER ALMON WILLIS
CLARENCE L WANTLAND
The members of the Board of Education the patrons teach
ers and students deserve an expression of appreciation for the
part each had un malung thus an excellent school year 'lo close
a year with the feeling that the job was well done rs very gratl
fynng l want to personally thank each of you
I wvsh to congratulate the seniors and want to say I have en
joyed working wlth you That your future IS a successful and
happy one IS my wlsh
Clarence L Wantland
Top Row: Waymoth Stratton, Carolyn Miller, jack Ransom, Duane Hopkins, Carol Thornberry, Kay Rogers
Middle Row: Delores Feezell, Larry Patterson, Austin Wright, Melvin Hall, Marilyn Link, Sara Powell.
Front Row: Karlene Vogel, Peggy Little, lean Ann len kins, Willa june Willis, Beverly Ledbetter, Peggy Al
exander, Ginger C-iesler.
Editor .......,.......... ............................... W illa june Willis
Assistant Editors .... ................. I ean Ann jenkins, Beverly Ledbetter
Business Manager .... ..................................................... D uane Hopkins
Sports Editors ..,......... ..... W aymoth Stratton, Larry Patterson, Melvin Hall
Advertising Manager .. ......................,...........................,.... Marilyn Link
Assistants .........,........ .,.. N ancy Goodman, Ginger C-iesler, Karlene Vogel
Reporters .... ......,....,,s.,,,, D elores Feezell, Carol Thornberry,
Kay Rogers, Peggy Little, Sara Powell
Snapshots ............... ....,. ........,, C a rolyn Miller, lack RBFWSOFTI,
Peggy Alexander, Austin Wright
Proof Reader and Makeup Advisor ...... .....................,.......... C heSTer Myers
Wnthln the pages of this book we hope you will fund plc
tures and Informatlon whlch wall remand you ot pleasant frrend
shlps enjoyabl actlvltles and other cherrshed memornes
We have sincerely appreciated the cooperatlon of Galena
Hugh School students teachers admmlstrators and members of
the Board ot Educatnon
We are very grateful to the business people cltuzens of Ga
lena and others who have so graciously assisted us In publishing
thus edition of our yearbook
To these loyal friends we dedicate thus l952 Blue and
The Annual Staff
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Princes and Princesses
JOAN LaTURNER JUANITA SCOTT BEVERLY LEDBETTER
FRANKIE MARTIN RONNIE STEWART PAUL CURE
Sophomores juniors Seniors Q
B ue and Whlte Queen and K111
MARILYN LINK MELVIN HALL
School is a proving ground where each student demonstrates
his ability to 'rake his part in the social and business world. The
record you have made will be your own for years to come. l hope
that each of you can always be proud of your high school achieve-
Librariaipfx BERNICE JOHNSON
h 5 Superintendenfs Secretary
Fres man ponsor Bookkeeping, English IV
FAYE FRUITT PEARL AKINS
Home Economics ETl'lEl- BOND Englfsh, Dramatics
junior Sponsor History, English Senior Sponsor
ROBERT B. CLARK LESLIE LEONARD KENNETH BEAN
Commerce Girls Physical Ecl. Industrial Arts
junior Sponsor History Science
Sophomore Sponsor Student Council Advisor
MAX WILSON, Coach IAMES HELMERT ROBERT TRIMBLE
Boys Physical Ed. Mathematics Music
Sophomore Sponsor Science
First Row: Wanda Levvellyn, Beverly Ledbetter, Vice-Presidentg Chester Myers, Presidentg Della Kinkade,
Treasurer, Willa june Willis, Secretary, Larry Patterson.
Second Row: Marilyn Link, Mary Campbell, Carol Shaw, Paul Cure, lefty Martin, Charles Wade, Beverly
ln the spring of l95l, officers of the Student Council were elected as follows: Chester Myers, president,
Beverly Ledbetter, vice-presidentg Willa june Willis, secretary, Della Kinkade, treasurer.
Under the leadership of Kenneth Bean, the Student Council of l95l-52 sponsored flag raising cere-
monies for football games, gate and patrol duty for "B" football games, hamburger fry for football boysg spon-
sored all-school party in fall, care of popcorn machine and sales, put Coke machine in hallg assisted at bas-
ketball games and other school affairsg conducted opening exercises for assembly programsg assisted in out-
side and inside Christmas decorations for the High School.
The council officers and sponsor enjoyed a trip to Chanute during Student Council Week to discuss
various types of councils and their problems.
Clee Club 3 years
Band 2 years
Basketball Manager l year
Glee Club 4 years
Band 4 years
Football 2 years
Vice President Senior
IEAN ANN IENKINS
Band 2 years
Pep Club 2 years
Assistant Editor Annual i952
Fifty-six eager seniors entered the halls of C.H.S., as students, for the
ln our first class meeting of the term, we selected the following class
Glee Club 4 years
Pep Club 2 years
Drum Corps 2 years
last time in the fall of 'Sl
officers: Duane Hopkins, pres:
dent, Mervin Crook, vice-president, Pat Hilton, secretary, Ann Norvell, treasurer. Ethel Bond and Pearl
Akins took over the duties of sponsors.
Chester Myers was elected student council president, while Delores Feezell and Carol Shaw were senior
student council representatives. Mary Campbell was elected reporter and Paul Cure alternate.
Early in September, our class rings were most welcomely received.
Miss Delores Feezell was crowned football queen by Co-captains Carol Shaw and Ralph Anderson at the
annual Homecoming game.
Our seniors were very outstanding in the athletic department all four years of high.
The senior play, "The Little Dog Laughed," was successfully presented on April lO and ll.
The juniors entertained us with a very delightful formal prom on the night of April 25.
ln May we went on a very enjoyable and exciting trip-as was agreed
by those who went.
Our baccalaureate exercises were on the llth of May, with class night on the l3th.
We reached the top rung of our ladder on May l5th, when we received those most desired diplomas
This climaxed our career in high schoolg but through these four wonderful years, we think that we have
achieved the best of everything.
Clee Club 3 years
Drum Corps 4 years
Operetta 2 years
Pep Club 4 years
Drum Corps 3 years
C-lee Club l year
Pep Club 2 years
Operetta l year
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C-lee. Club 2 years
DELORES BYNUM BEVERLY KAY ROGERS
Glee Club 3 years Drum Corps 2 years
Drum Corps 4 years Band 2 YEGTS
Drum Corps lvlajorette PGP Clllb 4 YSBVS
Operetta l year Glee Club 2 YGBVS
Pep Club 4 years Scribbler Staff l year
IACKIE RANSOM MAVIS TIPTON-WILLIAMS
Clee Club 2 years Glee Club l year
Operetta l year Secretary Sophomore
Scribbler Staff l year Pep Club 4 years
Stage Manager junior Play
IDELLA MORELAND DONALD BRYANT
Drum Corps 2 years Glee Club 2 years
Pep Club 3 years Football 2 years
RALPH ANDERSON BILLIE GIBSON IOHN DAVIS
Football 3 Years Pep Club 4 years Basketball 3 years
Track I year Student Council Track 4 years
NANCY LEE GOODMAN VIRGIL DULEY SHIRLEY WILKERSON-WATSON
Glee Club I year yunior play Clee Club I Year
junior Play ' Pep Club 2 years
Pep Club 4 years Operetta I year
IOHN M. DAKE JACK ROBINSON LEROY BRUMBAUGH
jANlE THOMPSON CLARENCE WANTLAND FRANCES KINKADE
Band 4 years Clee Club 3 years Glee Club 3 years
Clee Club 4 years Band 3 years Drum Corps 4 years
Pep Club 4 years Operetta l year Operetta l year
junior Play Student Council l year Cheerleader
Operetta l year Dramatic Plays l year PED Club 4 YGBFS
CAROL SHAW Vtfll-l-A IUNE WILLIS CARY GIBSON
Clee Club l year
Operetta l year
Basketball 2 years
Football 4 years
Band 4 years
RILDA RUTH STILLSON
C-lee Club 4 years
Band 4 years
Pep Club 4 years
Scribbler 2 years, Editor,
Editor of Annual
Operetta l year
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Football l year
Basketball 2 years
Vice President junior
GI Club 4 ears CHESTER MYERS MARY CAMPBELL
Baeried 4 yearsy Glee Club l year Clee Club'-l Yea'
pep Club 2 years President Sophomore Student K-OUf'1C'l
President Student Council Editor of Scribbler l Veal'
Operetta l year
ARNOLD SCHNIEDERS ALINE FRY IOHN JOSEPH
junior Play Clee Club 3 years junior Play
Operefta I year
MARY LEE GIBSON MONTY PHIPPS WAYMOTH STRATTON
Pep Club 4 years PEP Club 3 Years
junior play Scribbler Staff I year
EXCELL BULLARD CAROL THORNBERRY JERRY WATKINS
Scribbler Staff .
Pep Club l year
BEVERLY LEDBETTER AUSTIN WRIGHT DELORES FEEZELL
Glee Club 4 years Football 2 years Cllee Club 3 years
Drum Corps 2 years Basketball 2 years Pep Club 3 years
Operetta l year Student Council 2 years Student Council
Student Council Vice President junior Play Scribbler Staff
Scribbler Staff Blue Triangle iAlgebra Clubl Football Queen Senior
Pep Club 2 years First Choir lGlee Clubl Operetta l year
Assistant Editor Annual 1952 Dramatic Plays
Annual Staff l 952
FRED KETNER ELLOISE SEARS MELVIN HUFFMAN
Baseball l year Glee Club 4 years Football 4 years
Operetta l year
EDWINA HAYWARD GENE PAUL PATRICIA HI'-TON
Cllee Club 4 years Cla? Ch-lb 3 Years
Band 4 years junior Play
Pep Club 4 years Student Council
Operetta I year B-and 4 Years
PAUL CACLE HOWARD SHOEMAKER THOMAS BAILEY
Football l year Baseball 3 years
jESS CHARLES PAUL CURE lOl'lN LINK
Student Council 2 years Football 3 years Glee Club 4 Y3af5
Basketball 3 years
Baseball 3 years
l0Y STINNETT IOYCE MALLATT jUANlTA SCOTT
Vice-President Treasurer Secretary
Sluclenl Council Mel11bePs
RUBY BANNING-COX DON MONTEE DELLA KINKADE
This, the next to the last year of their journey, we find there are 6l active juniors enrolled with Larry
Patterson as president to lead them. joy Stinnett, vice-presidentg Juanita Scott, secretary: loyce Mallatt,
geasurerg Student Council representatives, Della Kinkade and Don Monteeg Student Council alternate, Ruby
'luanita Scott and Ronnie Stewart were nominated as our candidates for queen and king of the Blue and
White. loyce Mallatt was our candidate in the Football Queen contest. The class worked hard in both the
sale of annuals and football season tickets.
The class play, "The Darling Brats," was presented with success on November 30, and was well re-
ceived by the audience.
Lajunta jackson was crowned Sweetheart Queen at the annual Valentine dance in an all school contest
sponsored by the junior class. The juniors have the outstanding record of having had three successive Sweet-
heart Queens for the Valentine dance.
One of the year's outstanding events, the lunior- Senior Prom, was held April 25, sponsored by the junior
class. Both students and guests enjoyed this gala affair. Money for the prom was earned through paper drives,
candy sales and the class play.
The class enjoyed several parties and was well represented in the extra-curricular activities throughout
the school year.
Sponsors of the class this year were Mrs. Faye Fruitt and Mr. Robert B. Clark.
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Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter
Sludenl Council Men'1bePs
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On September 4, l95l, fifty-tive boys and girls were enrolled in the sophomore class. On meeting for
organization of the class, the following officers were elected: Frankie Martin, presidentg Norman Hayes,
vice-president: Phyllis Vogel, secretaryg Charles Long, treasurerg Yvonne Riley, reporter, lerry Martin and
Wanda Lewellyn, student council representatives, and Lesta Secrist, alternate. Coach Max Wilson and Mrs.
Leslie Leonard were class sponsors.
Wanda Lewellyn was chosen by the Pep Club as cheer leader for the sophomore class, and loan La-
Turner was the sophomore candidate for Football Queen and the class was honored by having joan as a
representative in the "Blue and White" queen Contest.
The class held a Wiener roast at the Max Shaw home in Spring Grove on October lO. The class spon-
sored an all school dance in the high school gym on lanuary l6. All the members in the class took part in
the colorful "Old Wild West Shown which was presented in the high school auditorium on February 29 and
again at Liberty grade school on March 7.
One ot the last activities of the year was a hamburger fry held in the Boy Scout cabin at Schermerhorn
Park on March I3.
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MARILYN LINK JOHNNY BARKER
On Sept 5 l95l elghty fnve scared green but hopeful Freshmen entered the portals of Galena Hugh
School They knew that at would be a hard rugged road that they must travel but little dld they realize that
ten of these would stumble and fall by the waysxde before the flrst lap of their journey was ended Mrs
Roberts and Mr Helmert were theur offrclal gurdes
Many mterestlng sude traps were taken by the boys as they became members of the varlous athletsc
squads Shlrley Edson was the Freshman member of the cheerlead ng group Nune who were more mu
slcal'y inclined found regular places In the hugh school band and a large number participated In the boys
and gxrls glee club work Marrlyn Lmk played a cornet solo and Frances Bruce Norma Banning and janxce
Booe were members of the tnple trno all participated an the sprung music festivals
This band of young travellers found themselves nn the place of the tortolse In the legendary Hare and
the Tortos when on lan 25 they found themselves far In the lead un the Annual sales campalgn Repre
sentsng the group were Marllyn Lrnk and Melvin Hall who now relgn as queen and kung of tl-ns yearbook
Queenly qualities were also shown by Mary Mallatt who represented thus class un the football queen
contest and janlce Scott as Freshman candidate for sweetheart queen at the annual sprung Valentine dance
During the opening days of the journey, the class stopped for a but of recreatlon In the form of a skat
:ng party On March l4th, they sponsored a St Patruck's all school party
And now, as they pass over the hull that marks the close of thus furst part of thelr lourney IH hugh school,
they wsll be remembered as a hard workmg, co operatung class that one needs to watch closely, for from
thus class wull come many good thsngs un the future
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MARY MALLATT IOYCE MALLATT IOAN LaTURNER
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First Row: joe Williams, Paul Hollingsworth, Ralph Anderson, Norman Comer, Carol Shaw, Donald Bryant,
Paul Cure, Bill Dugan and Melvin Huffman.
Second Row: jackie johnson, Morris Lyster, john McKay, Ernie Watson, Melvin Hayward, Don Montee, Mer-
vin Crook, Cary Gibson, Claude Evans, Coach Wilson.
Reading from left to right-First Row: joe Williams, Ralph Anderson, Norman Comer, Donald Bryant, Carol
Shaw, Paul Cure, Bill Dugan.
Center: Ernie Watson.
Back Row: jack johnson, Morris Lyster and Mervin Crook,
Coach Bean and Coach Wilson
First Row: jimmy Swager, Mike Lamb, Lawrence Tacketf, Thomas Rogers, jim Moore, Bill Hall, Gregg Thomp
son, Warren Duley.
Second Row: leffy Martin, Neil Mallatt, Bill Lewman, Charles Wade, john Candy, jim Montee, Carroll Web
ster, Coach Bean.
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First Row: Frances Kinkade,
Carolyn Miller and Della Kinkade.
Second Row: Edith Bankson,
Wanda Lewellyn and Shirley Ed-
Cheer Leaders: Wanda Lewellyn, Shirley Edson, Carolyn Miller, Edith Bankson.
First Row, sitting: Rilda Stillson, Waymoth Stratton, Kay Rogers lReporterl, Willa june Willis lTreasurerl,
Mary Gibson lPresidentl, jane Thompson lSecretaryl, Lajunta jackson lVice-Presidentl, Ann Norvell,
Second Row, standing: Norma Banning, Edwina Hayward, janet Netherton, Delores Feezell, Lesta Secrist,
Gladys Dillon, Frances Bruce, Sara Powell, lanice Scott, Frances Kinkade lCheer leaderl.
'Third Row: lean Boyd, Clara Hawk, Marilyn Link, Barbara Feagan, Nancy Nave, Margaret Bean, Delores By-
num, Mary Gaw, Billie lo Gibson, Della Kinkade lCheer leaderl, Mavis Tipton, Mrs. Leonard lSponsorl.
Fourth Row: Leabeth Baker, Phyllis Vogel, Ginger Geisler, Pat Titus, Dorothy Price, Beverly Ledbetter, Peggy
Fifth Row: lanice Booe, Karlene Vogel, loan LaTurner, Lois Anderson.
M SCRIBBLER STAFF
Seated: Beverly Ledbetter lCo-editorl, Willa Willis lEdZtorl, Waymoth Stratton and Kay Neeley Rogers.
Standing: jackie Ransom, jean Ann jenkins, Carol Thornberry and Mrs. johnson, lnstrucfor.
First Row: Miss Akins, Carol Thornberry, Delores Feezell, Phyllis Vogel, Frances Kinkade, Barbara Feagan,
Marilyn Link, Willa june Willis.
Second Row: Duane Hopkins, Mervin Crook, Cary Gibson, johnny joseph, Charles Shryock, Clarence Want-
land, jr., Paul Cure, Carol Shaw, Gene Paul, jerry Watkins.
Back Row: Frances Bruce, Geral-
:line Bradshaw, Gaylen Ryan, lanice
Scott, Marilyn Link, Norma Banning,
Carol Kitch and Mrs. Leonard.
Front Row: Beverly Cagle, Patsy
McCorkle, Phyllis Bullard, Barbara
Feagan, loyce Keyser, Karlene Vogel,
Barbara Barker, Mary Mallaft, Caro-
Drum Corps Majorette
Top Row: R. Banning, Hopkins, Secrist, McCracken, Neff, Williams, Wantland, Messer, C. Shaw, Crook
Second Row: Mooney, K. Vogel, W. Willis, Miller, Lamb, Hall, Largent, Link, Netherton, D. Williams, Still-
Bottom Row: Mr. Trimble, Grufford, Roosa, j. Feagan, B, Feagan, M. Shaw, Norvell, Thompson, Anderson
L, Secrist, Herrelson, N. Wantland, Shoemake, Moore,
Twirlers: Hayward, Wheelen, G, Williams
Top Row: Lewis, Gaw, Rogers, Dillon, P. McCorkle, Bailey, j. Scott.
Second Row: Powell, P, Sweet, jackson, N. Banning, Nave, Swaney, K, jones, j. Willis.
Bottom Row: M. Sweet, Cagle, Edson, Titus, Bynum, Atkinson, Angel, I, Booe,
Twirlers: Holmes, Wilder, Dean, Bankson
1 , ,, BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Bottom Row: Duane Hopkins, Mervin Crook, Charles Long, Clarence Wantland, lr., john Link, Richard
Comer, Eugene Long.
Second Row: Mary Gaw, Gaylon Rindt, Sammy Agee, Everett Shallenbarger, Gerald Wilkerson, Wayne Booe,
Larry Secrist, Mr. Trimble.
Third Row: Raymond Madden, Gale Messer, Gary Faulkner, jerry Anderson, Walter Gaw, Tony Bankson.
y GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Top Row: Maxine Smith, Beverly Ledbetter, Shirley Edson, luanita Atkinson, Phyllis Vogel, Beverly Cagle,
leanie Willis, Karlene Vogel, Carol Kitch, Rosalee Price, lanice Booe, Mildred Sweet.
Second Row: Etta McDonald, Dorothy Price, Patsy McCorkle, Ruby Stanley, Barbara Hudson, Barbara Feagan,
Phyllis Bullard, Aline Fry, Sara Powell, Margaret Bean, Ethel Lewis.
Third Row: Willa Willis, Rilda Stillson, Yvonne Riley, Ann Norvell, Carolyn Miller, Edwina Hayward, Frances
Bruce, Marilyn Link, lanice Scott, lean Boyd, Norma Banning, Ruby Banning, Gladys Williams.
Bottom Row: Delores Feezell, lane Thompson, iDella Kinkade, Barbara Bailey, Lesta Secrist, Edwina Moore,
Darlene Richey, Gladys Dillon, lanet Netherton, Nancy Nave, Mary Campbell.
ii CNE-ACT PLAY CAST
Mervin Crook, Willa june Willis, Miss Akins, Sponsor, jane Thompson, Carol Shaw
ii W wooinwomc DEPARTMENT
Ralph Anderson, john Davis, jack Ransom, Paul Cure, Monty Phipps.
Reading from No. 2 on
right: Wanda Lewellyn, Edith
Bankson, Frances Kinkade,
Carolyn Miller, Della Kinkade,
SENIOR PLAY CAST
Front Row: Beverly Ledbetter, Delores Bynum, ldella Moreland.
Second Row: Miss Akins, Willa Willis, Ann Norvell, Billie Gibson, jane Thompson, Mary Gibson, Mary
Campbell, Nancy Goodman.
Third Row: Duane Hopkins, Mervin Crook, jesse Charles, Clarence Wantland, Carol Shaw, johnny joseph,
Gary Gibson, jerry Watkins.
"THE LITTLE DOC LAUGHED'
The senior play, "The Little Dog Laughed," was presented in the high school gymnasium April lO-l l.
Laurie Huntington, an attractive sophomore home from college, finds that her family is a bunch of psy-
Her father, Sfd Huntington, isn't quite his normal jolly self because he fears his hated rival, "Dead
Wood" Ted Wood, in the used car business is about to snatch away a much coveted dealership. Martha, his
wife, is also touchy because she is overanxious, overworked and much too nervous about a tea to which she
has invited several important and prominent ladies. Wally Huntington, Laurie's brother, is in the family
"doghouse" because he insists on going with joan Wood, "Dead Wood's" daughter.
Laurie, confident that her college courses in psychology fully qualify her to straighten out her family's
tangled lives, goes zealously to work.
Energy Peak's word association and intelligence tests soon follow. Laurie's interference soon finishes
off Wally's romance, sends the maid off to college, and infuriates her mother's guests by giving them the
Zombroski ink blot test. When the family finds Laurie's "notes" in which she has relentlessly "psycholo-
gized" them all in terms of "assets" and "liabilities" they declare this is too much. They conspire to teach
her a lesson.
When Laurie returns home from a date with handsome Mark Bradford they put on a "show," carrying
to rib-tickling extremes the characteristics that Laurie has attributed to them. Mark leaves and Laurie, hu-
miliated beyond endurance, soon follows.
Wally, using Laurie's "psychology," patches up the differences between his father and "Dead Wood.,"
which solves his and joan's problems, and the returning Laurie finds forgiveness and love from her family
Flrst Row Lalunta lackson Don Montee Della Kankade Carolyn MIller Pat Tltus Beverly Ferneau Sham
blln Mrs FruItt
Second Row Mr Clark Larry Patterson Norman Comer Kenneth Molloy joe Wullnams Mary CIaw
THE DARLING BRATS
by lay Tobnas
Cynthna Darllng who supports her young orphan srsters and brother IS greatly perturbed because Aunt
Agatha a comely young wndow lavnshes expensnve gufts upon them and IS sponlmg them rotten Cynthua de
termunes to get Agatha s Influence away from the Dar lung chnldren lwho by the way are far from darllng
they are perfect luttle helhonsll by marrynng her oft to Cynthla s boss Appleton Crabb an Irascuble old bach
elor Agatha IS romantlcally Interested In john Henry Iudd an Impovernshed cowboy rancher wlth whom
she corresponds but hasn t seen ssnce cheldhood Tess also IS determmed her aunt shall marry the wealthy
Crabb and she Invelgles Spske her boy frvend to masquerade as ludd and cut such wIld western capers that
Agathas Intatuatlon for ludd IS Instantly squashed' But young Hank and Babs are equally determmed Aunt
Agatha shall marry the cowboy because they are crazy to lIve on hns Arnzona ranch The trucks these two
brats play upon Crabb and Agatha In order to make them hate each other keep the audlence screamIng
wnth mIrth They glve Crabb a synthetlc case of B O by hndlng Llmberger cheese upon hIs person They
touch Agatha up wIth Fun Fest Itchmg LIquId and make Crabb belleve she has the seven year Itch How
Agatha wnth the assnstance of handsome lack the gardner turns the tables on Tess Hank and Babs provIdes
the audlence wnth a testlval of laughter
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The senior play cast wills the house in the senior
play to Mr. Trimble and his wife.
Edith Bankson wills her happy days out of school
lon school timel to joyce Mallatt.
Ralph Anderson wills his manly physique to
Thomas Bailey wills his ears to joy Stinett.
Leroy Brumbaugh wills his high grades to juanita
Don Bryant wills his little head to Bill Dugan.
Excell Bullard wills his meanness in class to
Kay Rogers and Delores Bynum will their long
and true friendship to Mary Gaw and Pat Anthony
Paul cagle wills his ability to get along with Mrs.
Fruitt to Kenneth Molloy.
Mary Campbell wills her speaking ability to
jesse Charles wills his musical ability and his ap-
pearance on the Silver Sage Round-up to C. A. Hop-
Mervin Crook wills his dancing ability to james
john Dake wills his seat on the bus to Barbara
Paul Cure wills his good grades and behavior and
his almost perfect attendance to Larry Patterson.
Virgil Duley wills his job in a grocery store to Ron-
Delores Feezell wills her ability to get to school
on time to Harvey Watson.
Carol Thornberry wills her red corduroy dress to
Clarence Wantland wills his height to Blackie
jerry Watkins wills Barbara Bailey to Norman
Willa june Willis wills her ability to control men?
-man? well, one man, anyway-to Ruby Banning.
Howard Shoemaker wills his curves to Gladys
Eugene Paul and Charles Shryock will their shape-
ly legs to Sylvia Millard.
Rilda Stillson wills her musical ability to Rosalee
Waymoth Stratton wills her parents' Mercury to
jane Thompson wills her college boy friends to
john Davis wills his high scholastic ability to
Austin Wright wills his ability to get along with
Mrs. johnson to Delpha jones.
Frances Kinkade wills her laugh to Ronnie Tener
and jim Boyes. School wouldn't sound the same
Aline Fry wills her shape to Ernie Watson.
Mary Lee and Billie jo Gibson will their loud
mouth and boisterous ways to Mary Gaw.
Nancy Goodman wills herself to Riverton.
Edwina Hayward wills her skating ability to Dar-
Pat Hilton wills her late hours to john Dillon.
Beverly Ledbetter wills her likeness for long en-
gagements to Della Kinkade.
Melvin Huffman wills his romances to john Mc-
Duane Hopkins wills his presidency to joyce
jean Ann jenkins wills her studiousness to Edric
john joseph wills his ability to stay in class to
Fred Ketner wills his curly hair to Richard Dake.
Leona Lake wills her ability to make friends to
john Link wills his overalls to Kenneth Messer.
ldella Moreland wills her many engagements to
Chester Myers wills his crew cut to Wanda Adams.
Ann Norvell wills her voice to Don Williams.
Monty Phipps wills his walk to Margaret Badge-
jack Robinson wills his pocket reading books to
Arnold Schnieders wills his figure to Carolyn
Elloise Sears wills her attendance in church to
Carol Shaw wills his ability to stay out of class
to Paul Hollingsworth.
Gary Gibson wills his broken foot to Don Montee.
jack Ransom wills his ability to work on hot-rods
to Homer Myers.
Shirley Wilkerson Watkins, Barbara jenkins Hop-
kins, and Mavis Tipton Williams will their ability
to hook a man to Shirley Holmes.
OFFICE MACHINES CLASS
Front Row: Nancy Goodman, Mervin Crook, Duane Hopkins.
Back Row: Standing, Robert Clark, instructor. Seated: Barbara Hopkins, Larry Patterson, Chester Myers,
Waymoth Stratton, Virgil Duley.
FEEZELL S MARKET
6I O Main Phone
HOME MADE ICE CREAM AND CANDY
You Will Be Pleased at the
TRYON CROCERY ANTHONY CHOCOLATE SHOP
Come on n Welcome
603 Main Street Phone 6I
DAD S CAFE SENIORS OF 52
gpm, P,,,,e EARL s MARKET
2Ist and Mann
DR FRANK IAM ES
III EWFCCDINI S5
CI1wu.Qvu 41... l9l4
Corner Sth C1 Main Ioplun Mo
DAVIS DRUG STORE
320 Man S
HARDWICK CROCERY Cf MARKET
PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE
Phone 6 I 700 Ma Phone I98
STEWART S CROCERY
I82I Man Phone 576
Ist and Main Sf eet
FINE FOODS FACILITIES FOR PARTIES
Fountain Service Your Business Appreciated
i f. I9 in
BEST OF LUCK
TO THE CLASS OF '52
TIIOIHHS Appliance ff! T
311 Main . ,
TO THE CLASS OF '52
BORMASTERS DEPT. STORES
Carthage, Mo. Galena, Karas
as joplin, Mo.
R 64 S MOTOR SALES
YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER SINCE 1919
4th Cv Penn.
DR. PAUL GRUBB
Most sincerely congratulates
the Class of 1952 upon the
completion of four strenuous
but proflfable and lnferesf ng
years In preparat on of a
useful and happy
I fe ahead
On thus day May I5 l952 Imaglne that I arn
a fortune teller Let us gaze Into the magc crystal
ball and focus our attentron to thIs graduatxng clas
on May IS I96Z
The fIrst thIng I see IS Rllda Stlllson Ann Nor
vell and Edwlna Hayward better known as the
Hotchn Slsters are now appearlng In a slde show of
Snaps Greater Attractlon wIth no str ngs at
Next IS Beverly Ledbetter starrlng In another slde
show of the Snaps Greater Attractlon as the Fat
Lady Her favorlte song IS Theres Been a Change
Ralph Anderson stull a confurmed od bachelor
has no one to carry on the great name And rson H
was soured on fIckle women whIle In hgh school
He IS a detectIve In a shoe factory and tracks down
After trylng theIr luck at several buslnesses Thom
as Balley and jerry Watklns have now establlshed
the WBIKIUS C1 Ba ley Undertakmg Establshm nt
TheIr motto IS Use our layaway plan
EdIth Bankson De ores Bynum and Kay Rogers
are now modellng the famous foundanon garment
The Cash and Carry Cab Stand now has two new
owners They are Donald Bryant and Vlfgll Duley
Excell Bullard and Shlrley WIIkerson WatkIns are
gIVIng temperance talks over the radIo
It seems Paul Cagle enjoyed school so mu h he
IS now a professor of psychlatry at K S T C
Mary Campbell and jesse Charles are now Cele
bratmg theIr honeymoon on the seventh annlversary
In Europe They have just now saved enough rnonef
to make the trIp
MervIn Crook Clarence Wantland jr and Duane
HOPKINS have taken over the I I5 COOKIE and Ollle
show Thus show IS made possIbIe by Barbara Hop
klns famous Blscult MIX
We see In the SOCIETY column of the Galena Blab
bermouth that Arnold SchnIeders and ElloIse Sears
have been marrIed The vows were read by the Rev
Because of her athletnc abIlIty Delores Feezell IS
now playIng basketball wlth the Redhead All Stars
The only trouble was gettlng her haIr the rlght
We see where PatrIcIa Hllton the queen Of Las
Vegas has just lost another fortune lncIdentaIly
that fortune belonged to Howard Shoemaker the
fan-ous baseball star
Carol Thornberry has just become the new
Worlds TypIng ChampIon wlth a speed of ZOO
words per mlnute By the way Charles Shryock was
leer prnvate Instructor
MavIs WIllIams IS stlll In Galena Helghts keepnng
house for her husband and two pet monkeys
Fred Ketner because of hIs lIke resemblance has
taken Georgeous Georges place In the wrestlIng
world now that George I5 runnnng for Presldent
We see Chester Myers the edntor of the Galena
Blabbermouth golng for an evenlng druve IH hns new
1962 Buuck From the looks of the kIds It could be
the school bus
Nancy Goodman I5 now appearlng at the concert
hall wlth her famous rendItIon of Chop Stlcks
The new owner of the Klnky Curl beauty par
lor IS now jack Ransom better known as Blondle
HIs motto IS Old blondes never fade they just dye
jack Robxnson and Allne Fry can be heard gIvIng
book revlews over statlon PUG IH Del RIo Texas
Leona Lake and Leroy Brumbaugh of the famous
Ice skatmg team of the Ice Follues have just fmnshed
an engagement In Rnverton
Eugene Paul IS now In partnershlp wlth Arthur
Murray the famous dancer
john joseph has just been crowned Mr Amerlca
We hear he IS engaged to ldella Moreland Sur
Carol Shaw s ambutnon to be Mayor of Galena has
falled However he dId get the job as dog catcher
We just read In the Llfe magazlne about Gary
Gbson wInnIng top honors on the IndIanapolIs Mo
torcycle Speedway Hes Wheatle Champlon
The new owner of Duncans RIversIde Druve Inn
BIlIIe joe Glbson has added a specIal attractIon
the famous blues sInger MISS Wnlla june WIIIIS
Frances Klnkade has just dIvorced her Seventh
husband Paul Cure We wonder who she has her
eye on now
Waymoth Stratton and john IDake have just an
nounced the burth of trlplets whIch makes theIr to
tal eleven john always dld say there IS room for one
jane Thompson IS now teachmg musIc to chnm
panzees In the Barnum and BaIley Clrcus Her sal
ary by the way IS peanuts
The new DIck Tracy Austm Wnght has just em
ployed jean Ann jenkIns as hrs prnvate eye
MelvIn Huffman who IS stIIl courtIng In RIverton
has decIded to move there It seems as though hIs
gas bIII was terrjfnc
Mary Cnbson has just set saIl for HBWBII She must
have Interests there
john Lunk and Monty Phlpps have returned from
a huntlng expedItIon In Afrlca Among theIr prIzed
possessnons were two pet skunks
Roy Wheelen bus druver, and Galena School Bus
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WILLIAM E. POTEET and HAVEN LEWIVIAN
24-Hour Service I
Phone ZI7 ' 6th and Main St.
MitC11e11 Flower Shop
Flowers the Way You Want Them When You Want Them
Satisfaction Is Yours
WE WIRE FLOWERS
Tri-State Delivery Phone Galena 32-6I6
IT PAYS TO TRADE
The Golden Rule Store
405 Main St. Galena, Kansas
SWANEY INSURANCE AGENCY
NELLIE SWANEY IMOCENE PARKES
HOWARD LITCH GARAGE
SEVENTH AND WOOD STREETS
Telephone I7 Wrecker Service
SOUTHWESTERN OFFICE OIUTFITTERS
ONE STOP SERVICE
265 Main Ioplin
YOUR SKELLY AGENT
5 W. 7th joplin, Mo.
WARD'S CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY
727 Main Street Telephone I77
ERNIE WILLIAMSON MUSIC HOUSE
"EVERYTHING IN MUSIC"
Main loplin Phone 157
IOPLIN FURNITURE CO.
7th and Main Ioplin, Mo.
WE SPECIALIZE IN HOME COOKED FOOD
724 Main Ioplin
FOR EATING IOYS IT'S
THE BEELER BOYS
STEAKS - FRIED CHICKEN
210 W. 71h Ioplin, Mo.
TICK 0-TIME IEWELRY
AUTHORIZED CLOCK GE SERVICE
710 Main joplin, Mo.
GALENA MOTOR COMPANY
Sth and Main Phone 60
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
410 Main Phone 175
PARKER'S 5-I0-SI.O0 STORE
404 Main Phone 92
FISHING TACKLE AND BAIT
Kansas and Missouri State Line
PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
Main Phone 306
LEAGUE AND OPEN BOWLING
303 Main Phone 303
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
408 Main Phone 300
720 Main Phone 35
G Cr G BEAUTY SHOP
GERTRUDE PEEK CLADYS CHERRY
605 Main Phone 41
GALENA MEAT MARKET
CROCERIES AND MEATS
782 Main Phone 182
THE HORN FURNITURE STORE
515 Main Phone 20
119 Main Phone I8
SCHWARTZ DRUG STORE
806 E. vm sf, Phone 345 M C' Main phone '51
WHE'ELEN'S A-G MARKET
DAVIES IGA STORE
923 E. 7th St. Phone 149
818 E. 7th Phone 57
BEST wlsi-iss MAT'-9CK'5
H Cr H CAFE
HOME MADE plE Q FRIED CHICKEN Baxter Springs Galena Picher, Okla.
101 Main Galena, Kansas
PARKS-WADE POST 246
SPECK SALES G' MANUFACTURING CO.
F. W. SPECK, Prop.
Phones - Office 3, Res. 575
206 Main Street Galena, Kansas
OK RUBBER WELDERS
117 N. Main St. Phone 54
PHIPPS AUTO SUPPLY Cr GARAGE
IOO North Main Street Phone 22
Bob 6' Lavone Link
S 8' S APPLIANCE
Phone 66 602 Main
Herrelson ff! Son Service Station
Mo.-Kan. State Line U. S. Highway 66 INorth SideI
2.4-HOUR SERVICE EATING G' SLEEPING
I. O. DERFELT ROY DERFELT
DERFELT FUNERAL HOME
Telephone Never Sleeps
24 I-Iour Ambulance or Funeral Servlce
II I6 Mann Galena Kansas
IEARIL NIEIEILIEY MOTOR CO
820 Main Phone 50
ZI MM EIQMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
INSURE TODAY BE SURE TOMORROW
507 Mann Street Phone I79
jOPLlN'S LARGEST AND
FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE
Mardick Tire Cr Appliance Co.
Television - Radios - Refrigerators - Ranges
Sold and serviced for over 25 years
3rd 5' Virginia joplin, MO,
"YOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT ' A
STORE IN jOPLIN" '- 'H
405 Main Street joplin, Mo.
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UIIIIW PBUUUU5 p N-'F '
"YOU'LL TASTE THE DIFFERENCE"
Bowlus School Supply Co.
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND
IOI5 N. Broadway Phone I77
A. 1. CRIPE
TOWN TALK BREAD
M. Robeson Lumber Co.
"EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER"
Phone l 25
The Galena Kist Bottling Co.
807 E. 7th Phone 285
Maytag Sales G' Service Co.
WE SERVICE MAYTAC-S
208 W. 4th loplin Phone 6609
TO CLASS OF '52
l0l8 Euclid Ave. Phone l45
CLASS OF '52
320 Wall loplin Phone l464
COMPLI MENTS OF
Pennel G Lesse DX Service
7th Cr joplin St. joplin Phone 9603
Conoco Service Station
7Ol Pearl jgplin' NIO.
Ioplin News Herald
These two daily newspapers have been
serving the people of this great district
for half a century
SEE FIRST NATIONAL FIRST
SENIORS OF '52 ONE-STOP BANKING SERVICE
Checking Accounts Loans
IOPIII1 lanltor supply Savings Accounts Trusts
First National Bank of joplin
IZI Main joplin, Mo.
Member F. D. I. C.
Sears Roebuck and Co.
622 Main Joplin.
or Your Money Back
The Home O
3l2 Main St.
f Lester Betsy Ross Spinets
the Lester Grand
Piano Company, Inc
Home Owned Music Store
joplin National Bank
and Trust Company
Capital, Surplus and Profits
The Galena Sentinel-Times
Printing and Publishing - Office
L. HEDCES, Editor
The best equipped weekly newspaper in the
Res. Phone 5780-M 2014 Main
Allen Electric Shop
ELECTRIC LIGHT if POWER WIRING
Bill Allen loplin, Mo.
"The Four-State Area's Leading
Editor C1 Publisher - Frank Bruce
mov miowm P
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Am now ive chown:
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Reddy Kilowatt Congratulates the
Yes, Reddy Kilowatt is always
at your command, eager to
serve you. He's getting bigger
every day and he's strong as
thousands of hor-ses. For all
the work he does in your
home his wages are very
1952 Graduates! I
TIIE DISTRICT ELECTRIC CUIIIPIIIW
Success and Happiness
Seniors of '52
Wjlli Mapkgt and Frozen Food Lockers
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Pittsburg School Supply Co. , ,
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES SFLQRHIDE 2SUNg5i,0f
'won Emuwfl Hvusiwuwf
SPORTING GOODS , Price 5' Faringer
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II4 W, Fourth Pittsburg, Kansas 306 Main a ena ansas Phone loo
24-HOUR SERVICE TO THE CLASS OF I952
Prompt Reliable Courteous CONGRATULATIONS
Galena Cab THE KANSAS STATE
,O7 E. 4th Phone H TELEPHONE COMPANY
CLASS OF I952
GALENA CLEANERS ,
DR. GRANT POWELL
TO THE CONGRATULATIONS
CLASS OF 1952 to the 1952
CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATING Cl-ASS
I Owens Sporting Goods
Band to Baxter.
Drum Corps to Weir.
Football Came at Mineral.
junior Class Hay Ride and Wiener Roast.
Football, St. Mary's ltherel.
Band and Drum Corps to Cherokee.
Football Boys to K.S.T.C.
B Football Came, Baxter lherel.
B Football, Chetopa, ltherel.
Student Council to Chanute.
B Football, Riverton lherel.
Homecoming, Chetopa lherel.
K.S.T.C. Homecoming, Band and
Football, Riverton lherei.
Hammond Organ Concert.
Freshman Class Party.
Football Game, Mound Valley itherel.
Football Game, Oswego itherel.
School Dance, Pep Club.
Football Came, Edna lherel.
Football Game, Baxter lherel.
Drum Corps to joplin.
junior Class Play Matinee.
Drum Corps and Band to Baxter.
Basketball Game, Seneca lherel.
Christmas formal, sponsored by Faculty.
Edna Basketball Game ltherel.
Basketball Game, Oswego ltherel.
Basketball Game, Baxter ltherel.
Altamont Basketball Game iherel.
Basketball Came, Riverton ltherel.
Basketball Game, Mound Valley lherel.
School Dance sponsored by Sophomores.
Basketball Came, Chetopa ttherei.
Basketball Game, Edna lherel.
Basketball Game, Oswego ltherel.
Basketball Game, Baxter lherel.
Basketball Came, Caney ltherel
Freshman Basketball Came, Oswego
Basketball Game, Riverton lherel.
Basketball Game, Riverton lherel.
Formal Valentine iDance sponsored by
-IS A Tourney.
-20-2I B Tourney iherel.
Basketball Came, Chetopa iherel.
Basketball Game, Seneca ltherel.
Banquet sponsored by Lions Club for
Football and Basketball Boys.
Basketball Game, Caney lherel.
-28-29 junior High Tourney.
4-5-6 Sub-Regional Tourney at Baxter,
One Act Plays iherei.
Baxter Music Festival.
Basketball Boys to Kansas City, N.A.l.B.
St. Patrick's Dance sponsored by Fresh-
Oswego Music Festival.
K.S.T.C. Senior Day ljr. G Sr.I.
Baseball Game, St. Peter's lherel.
IO-II Senior Play.
Baseball Game, Mound Valley ltherel.
junior Class ordered rings.
I5-I8 Baseball Tournament, Chetopa itherel.
Student Council Hamburger Fry.
Freshman Chapel-Negro Minstrel.
Baseball Game, Riverton lherel.
Pittsburg Relays-Track and Field.
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