Galena High School - Blue and White Yearbook (Galena, KS)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 92 of the 1953 volume:
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Galena High School Galena, Kunsus
DR. GRANT POWELL JAMES HUNTER
HOWARD MILLER ALMON WILLIS ROY MADDEN
uperintenclent of 0110015
CLARENCE L. WANTLAND
lt has been pleasant to have had the privilege of being your
Superintendent of Schools here the past four years.
To see you Seniors now and to look back to the beginning of
your Galena High School days, one notes that you have made a
considerable change. Each is now a mature adult and I believe, is
a well adjusted individual. You will now be able to fit well into
our Democracy and do a good job regardless of what your future
position may be.
l want to thank the Board of Education, the teachers, the pa-
trons and students for the splendid co-operation you have given
me these four years. Progress is possible only when we have co-
ln future years, l know you students will look back upon your
school life as a wonderful and valuable experience.
l shall miss you Seniors next year but l want you to know
that if in the future, I may be of help to you, please feel free to
call upon me.
Clarence L. Wantland
ELVER H. SWART
The way to gain a good reputation, is, to endeavor to be what
you desire to appear.
Sincerely yours, ,
Elver H. Swart
OPAL ROBERTS LOUISE ROPER
Librarian Superintendenfs Secretary
FAY FRUITT ETHEL BOND
Home Economics History, English
junior Sponsor Sophomore Sponsor
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PAUL FERGUSON PATRICIA MILLER
Commerce Girls Physical Ed.
Annual Advisor History
Semof SPOUSOV Freshman Sponsor
MAX WILSON, Coach JAMES HE'-MERT
Boys Physical Ed. Mall"emallC5
Freshman Sponsor 5Cle"1Ce
Student Council Advisor
We the students and faculty of Galena High School wish to
dedicate t-his i953 edition of the Blue and White to you for your
i8 years of faithful service. When we needed help you were al-
ways there. Your friendship has made our life at school much
brighter. Galena High School wouldn't be the same without you.
Many, many thanks.
The Seniors of l953, finding Galena High School a proper place for the
exercise of their talents, have made the most of their opportunities.
As Freshmen, these students entered enthusiastically into high school
lite-joining various organizations, taking part in dramatic productions,
musical activities, athletics, and working diligently at their studies.
True to the senior tradition in the high school, these students took the lead in many of the activities of
the school. This year's officers are pictured below. Reading from left to right are: President, Norman Co-
merg Treasurer, Lalunta lacksong Vice-President, Della Kinkadeg Secretary, Ronnie Stewart.
WILEY BAKER WAYNE BRADSHAW
MARGARET BADGEROW WANDA ADAMS
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DON WILLIAMS PAT TITUS
HARVEY WATSON DARLENE RICHEY
Members of the junior Class have contributed to every activity of the
High School, taking a prominent part in music, dramatics, athletics and re-
ceiving high scholastic honors. The traditions of the Senior Class and of the
High School are certainly left in competent hands.
Officers elected at the beginning of the year, rea ding left to right are: Ierry Martin, Treasurer: Frankie
Martin, President, loyce Keyser, Secretary, Paul Tipton, Vice-President.
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The Sophomore Class of. 1953 has earned the reputation of being live-
wires, as indeed they are. Their contributions to the band, athletics and
other school activities have aided in bringing honors to Galena High School.
Officers elected at the beginning of the year, reading from left to right are: janice Scott, Treasurer
Shirley Edson, Secretaryg lim Montee, Presidentg and Charles Wade, Vice-President.
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The current idea of the "Green Freshmen" has been disproved by our
class. Contrary to fact we have contributed much to our Alma Mater. The
Freshman Class of l953 have made themselves felt innthe student life of
Galena High School.
Many high school activities and organizations have among their most
enthusiastic members, Freshmen, who have done 'much toward making
these organizations a success.
This year's officers are pictured below. Reading from left to right are: limmie Roy, President, Karen
Jones, Vice-President, Pat Edwards, Secretaryg and Larry Dugan, Treasurer.
' Arthur Bailey
Royce Dean Price
Carol Rae Elder
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Third Row: Left to Right-Kenneth Messer, Melvin Hayward, Larry Patterson, Bill Hall, jim Montee
Second Row: Peggy Alexander, jeanie Willis, Edric Wilder, Ginger Geisler, Karlene Vogel, Eloise jackson
First Row: Melba Webster, joy Pliler-Puckett, Carolyn Miller, Della Kinkade, Marilyn Link, Delpha jones
Keener, Lajunta jackson, Margaret Badgerow.
Co-editors ........... .....,...............a..,............ C arolyn Miller, Lajunta jackson
Assistant Editors .... Ronnie Stewart, Kenneth Messer
Business Manager ..... ,,.,.............................. L arry Patterson
Assistants ..........,. ....... D elpha jones-Keener, Della Kinkade
Sports Editors .,,........... ..... B ill Hall, Melvin Hayward, jim Montee
Advertising Manager ..... ...........,................................................. M arilyn Link
Assistants ................. ...,.,.,.,,.,,, C inger Geisler, Karlene Vogel, Margaret Badgerow
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Eloise jackson, Peggy Alexander, jeanie Willis, Larry Shaw
Edric Wilder, Pat Titus, Margaret Bean, Melba Webster
and Makeup Advisor .,..........,....,,..,,................................... joy Pliler-Puckeff
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Back Row: Left to Right-leanie Willis, Mary DeGraff, Nancy Nave, Ruth Tipton, Gladys Dillon, Pat Brewer,
janet Netherton, Lois Schnieders, Evelyn Morrison, Lois Dillon, Carolyn Miller, Patsy M:Corkle, Margaret
Bean, Leabeth Baker, Phyllis Robinson.
Middle Row: Mr. Stubblefield, Bargara Feagan, Carolyn Kinyon, Phyllis Sweet, Lucy Swaney, Barbara Mooney,
Dixie MCCorkle, Nancy Hulvey, Frances Bruce, Peggy Largent, Barbara Bailey, luanita Atkinson, Bar-
bara Roosa, loyce Vader, Carol Ganstine, Alice Russell.
Front Row: Phyllis Vogel, Helent Shryock, Marilyn Shaw, Beverly Cagle, Carolyn Luton, Karlene Vogel, Shir-
ley Edson, Helen Dean, Dorothy Price, Rebecca Wilson, Carol Rae Elder, lris Luton.
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
First Row: Left to Right-Mr, Stubbletield, Walter, Gaw, Tony Bankson, Dean Keyser, Richard Phipps, Ron-
nie MoDaniels, jerry Feagan, Bill Hall, lack Murray, Marcel Hudson, jerry Anderson.
Second Row: Charles Long, Lester McCracken, Eugene Long, Kenny Norvell, jerry Brown, joe Williams, Don
Montee, Larry Secrist, Kenneth Molloy, Larry He rrelson.
Galena High School Concert Band
Clarinets: Carolyn Miller, Marilyn Shaw, jerry Feagan, Larry Grufford, Sharon Carlisle, jeanie Willis, Rena
Norvell, Rosemary Vaughn, Freddy Stewart. Cornets and Trumpets: Marilyn Link, jerry Anderson, Nancy
Wantland, Billy Neeley, David Swaney, joan Blick, Sonny Ransome, jerry LaTurner, Danny Walkenshaw,
Danny Shears, Danny Williamsf Percussion: Kenneth Norvell, janet Netherton, Iris Luton, Helen Dean.
Basses: Charles Long, Eugene Long, Norman Comer. Euphoniums: Larry Herrelson, Larry Secrist, Paul Moon-
ey. French Horns: Peggy Largent, Don Williams, jerry Brown, David Edwards. Piccolo and Flute: Barbara
Feagan. Flutes: Karlene Vogel, Lucy Swaney, Linda Herrelson, Sandra Stortz, Rebecca Hunter. Oboe: Bar-
bara Mooney. Alto Clarinet: Frances Bruce. Bass Clarinet: Helen Shryock. Alto Saxophones: Barbara Roosa,
Carol Means. Tenor Saxophone: Sharon Candy. Baritone Saxophone: Phyllis Sweet. Trombones: Lester Mc-
Cracken, Bill Hall, john Davis, jim Lamb, james Hunter. Bass Trombone: Mike Lamb. Timpani: Carolyn Luton.
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Officers reading from left to right are as follows: Marilyn Shaw, Secretaryg Carolyn Miller, President
Larry Patterson, Vice-Presidentg and Rayma Morton, Treasurer
As members of the STUDENT COUNCIL our goals have been to make
Galena High School a more democratic institution, to promote active par-
ticipation of all student affairs, and to assume responsibilities for the execu-
tion of activities that come under the council's jurisdiction. Our member-
ship is composed of seventeen studentsg alternates for these students, and
four officers who aretelected by the student body.
Members of the .tuclent Counci
This year we sponsored the opening dance of the season, operated the
concessions during football and basketball seasons, made a number of
changes in the Student-Body Constitution, and sold insignia pins. We also
had charge of the flag raising ceremony at football games, sponsored the
Coke machine, purchased a "luke box" for the school, and had charge of
opening of all school assemblies.
Officers of the STUDENT COUNCIL must have at least a C average or
above. Sponsor of our organization is Mr. Kenneth E. Bean. '
Third Row: Left to Right-Nancy Hulvey, Charles Wade, lim Montee, Larry Herrelson, jimmie Roy
Second Row: Barbara Bailey, Bill Dugan, Norman Comer, Wanda Lewellyn, Frankie Martin.
First Row: Caroline Douffet, Larry Patterson, Carolyn Miller, Marilyn Shaw, Rayma Morton.
WANDA LEWELLYN BARBARA BAILEY BEVERLY REYNOLDS
junior Sophomore Freshman
"A" FOOTBALL TEAM
Line-Left To Right: Paul Hollingsworth, john Dillon, john McKay, Melvin Hayward, Norman Comer, joe
Williams, Bill Dugan.
Backfield-Left To Right: Don Montee, Thomas Rogers, Ernie Watson, Morris Lyster.
"B" FOOTBALL TEAM
Line-Left To Right: Lester McCracken, Gene Welch, Frankie Martin, Mike Lamb, john Candy, joe Smith.
Backfield-Left To Right: Charles Wade, jim Montee, Bill Hall, jeff Martin.
Galena finished in second place with a league record of four wins and two losses and an overall record
of six wins and four losses.
The Bulldogs made 113 first downs and a total of 2,S7l yards rushing against their opponents. They
Ecciiigd 207 points while holding the opponents to ll5. This was an average of 20.7 points per game for the
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Sept. I9-Mineral ....... .... 6 I9 Oct. 23-Riverton .... .... 3 3 6
Sept. 26-St. Mary's ...... ,.,. O 7 Oct, 31--McCune ...... ..... 3 3 7
OCT. 2-Carrey ......,.,...... ..... 7 20 Nov. 5-Oswego 3l 6
OCF. 10-Weir .......... .... 2 4 l3 Nov. l4-Edna .,..... ..... 3 5 O
Oct. 17-Chetopa .. .... 32 O Nov. 2l-Baxter . 6 37
"A" BASKETBALL TEAM
Back Row-Left To Right: Coach Wilson, jim Montee, Thomas Rogers, Lester McCracken, Bill Hall, jeff
Front Row-Left To Right: john McKay, Bill Dugan, Melvin Hayward, Don Montee, Ernie Watson.
"B" BASKETBALL TEAM j
Back Row-Left To Right: jim Roy, Managerg Albert Melton, Calvin Robinson, Coach Bean, Larry Herrel-
son, Donnie Martin, Richard Netherton, Manager.
Front Row-Left To Right: Alvin Fichtner, Colen Younger, joe Smith, Gregg Thompson, Larry Dugan, Wayne
Back Row-Left To Right: George Smith, john Candy, jimmie Roy, Manager.
Front Row-Left To Right: Arthur Bailey, Larry Shaw, Albert Melton, Richard Martin, Harvey Watson, jeff
Martin, Bill Morey, Larry Morey.
Other members of the team are: Melvin Hayward, Colen Younger, Harvey Watson, john McKay, Thomas
Rogers, jimmie Boyes.
Coach Kenneth Bean's track team in its second year of active participation was well represented in
both the Pittsburg, Relays and the N. V. L. Track Meet.
At the Pittsburg Relays, jeff Martin tied for first place in the pole-vault and won second place honors
in the mile run. Team mate Melvin Hayward placed fifth in the half-mile run.
Galena's Bulldog track team entered the N. V. L. Track Meet at Pittsburg on April 30, l953.
jeff Martin scored I3 points in this meet by placing first in the pole-vault, first in the mile run and a
close second in the low hurdles. He also ran on the medley relay team which placed fourth.
Other boys placing were: Colen Younger, first in the shot put and fourth in the discus.
Harvey Watson placed second in the discus and fourth in the javelin, He also ran on the 880 relay
Bill Morey placed fourth in the pole-vault and fourth in the mile run.
john McKay placed fourth in the 440 yardldashf
Thomas Rogers placed fourth in the high hurdles, third in the javelin and ran on the mile relay team.
Melvin Hayward placed third in the 880 yard run and also ran on the 880 yard relay team.
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The Galena Bulldogs ended their basketball season with B,COfT1m9l'ld3lJle l'9C0f'd Of ll wigs, and V7 l0ieFg
and placing third in the Neosho Valley League. The Bulldogs high SCOFG game WHS Wlfl'l C ef0P-3, In W 'C
Galena racked up 85 points while the Chetopa quintet tallled Sl-
In the Neosho Valley League Tournament they defeated Riverton 66 to 56 but lOSt to The Oswego ln'
dians by the small margin of 4l to 39.
At the District Tournament in Baxter the Bulldogs were defeated in an over-time thriller 54 to 49 by
BA' EBALL TE
Back Row-Left To Right: Wayne Gibson, jerry Qualls, Paul Tipton, 'Gene Welch, loe Smith, jim Montee,
Neil Mallatt, Coach Wilson. I
Front Row-Left To Right: Ernie Watson,,Bill Dugan, Thomas Rogers,' john Barker, Melvin Hayward, john
McKay, Norman Comer, Paul Hollingsworth.
The Baseball team of 1953 is trying for the Ieag uexchampionship for the fourth straight year.
The Bulldogs started the season off with four str aight wins, but lost to Edna 5 to 4 in their fifth game.
This was the first loss for the Bulldogs in two years as they were undefeated in their i952 season.
The Bulldogs were beaten byARiverton ll to 9 in the N. V. L. tournament consolation game.
Bad weather has postponed the remaining two games, one with Riverton and the other with Edna. As
we go to press these games have not been played.
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March 25-St. Peter's .... .. 8 4
March 27-Miller, Mo. ..... .. 5 2
March 31-Chetopa ,...........,.,,., ll O
April 10-Mound Valley ............ Zl 4
N. V. L. Tournament At Chetopa
April l5-Edna .......,....,..,,,,,,,.. 4 5
April I7-Riverton .... .. 9 l l
Back Row-Left To Right: Miss Miller, Barbara Roosa, Phyllis Robinson, Ruth Tipton, Phyllis Sweet,
janet Netherton, janice Scott, Beverly Cagle, Rebecca Wilson, Nancy Hulvey, Peggy Little, Barbara Bailey,
Carolyn Luton, Barbara Mooney, Wanda Lewellyn, Carolyn Qualls.
Middle Row: lris Luton, Dorothy Price, Lois Dillon, Nancy Nave, Sara Powell, Pat Brewer, Gladys Dillon,
jean Boyd, Evelyn Morrison, Lois Schnieders, Patsy McCorkle, Rayma Morton, Mary Gaw, Karlene Vogel,
Front Row: joanne Chavez, Karen jones, Carolyn Kinyon, Marcia McKnight, Lucy Swaney, Delpha jones-
Keener, Margaret Bean, Eloise jackson, Leabeth Baker, Ginger Geisler, Marilyn Shaw, Helen Shryock, Carol
Cheer Leaders: Shirley Edson, Lajunta jackson, Carolyn Miller, Peggy Largent, Helen Dean, Phyllis Vogel.
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Standing-Left To Right: Eloise jackson, Delpha jones-Keener, Pat Titus, Harvey Watson, Carroll Smith, joe
Williams, Pat Brewer, Mary Claw, Wanda Adams, Maxine Bailey, Margaret Badgerow.
Front-Left To Right: Wiley Baker, jimmie Boyes, Margaret Bean, Kenneth Messer, Norman Comer, Paul
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Standing-Left To Right: Yvonne Riley, Gene Welch, Mrs. Fruitr,
Front Row-Left To Right: Nancy Nave, Harold Gilstrap, Raymond Madden, john Neff, Melvin Hayward,
Peggy Alexander, Sara Powell, Phyllis Vogel, Mr. Helmert, Dorothy Price.
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Pittsburg, Kansas Phone 1088 107 E. 4th Phone H
jwifchell glowev Shop
"SATISFACTION IS YOURS"
We Wire Flowers
Phone CALENA 32-616
Roy Wheelen, bus driver, and Galena School Bus
Herrelson ff! Son Service Station
Mo.-Kan. State Line U. S. Highway 66 lNorth Sidel
24-HOUR SERVICE 24-HOUR EATING
R S1 S MOTOR SALES
YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER SINCE 1919
4th-G Penn. joplin, Mo.
Swaney Insurance Agency
NELLIE SWANEY IMOGENE PARKES
CONGRATULATIONS TO GALENA STUDENTS
May the opportunities offered by your
American -heritage be multiplied many
times 'by your future contributions to the
American Way of Life.
The An1erican Gas Company
"Service and comfort through Natural Gas"
Dr. Paul G1-uhh
Most sincerely congratulates the Class of
l953 upon the completion of four strenu-
ous, but profitable and interesting years
in preparation for a useful and happy
Earl Neeley Motor Co.
8265 Main street Phone 50 l
j. 0. Derfelt Roy Derfelt
Derfelt Funeral Home
Telephone 370 Never Sleeps
24-Hour Ambulance or 'Funeral Service i
lll6 Main Street Galena, Kansas
Success and Happiness
Seniors of '53
M and Frozen Foocl Locljzers
Seventh and Main Street Phone 82
Res. Phone 5780-M 20l4 Main St.
ALLEN ELECTRIC SHOP
ELECTRIC LIGHT e POWER WIRING
"You Phone For Us"
"We'Il Wire For You"
Bill Allen Ioplin, Mo.
to the T953
OWENS SPORTING GOODS
SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO.
622 Main Sf. joplin, Mo.
OR YOUR MONEY BACK
"C MEEK for LUMBER"
Complete Line Building Material
CHAS. C. MEEK COMPANY
At the stockyards joplin, Mo.
TO THE CLASS OF I953
THE KANSAS STATE
CLASS OF '53
ZAH N APARTM ENTS
, Furnished Apartments
320 wan sf. Phone 1464
Bowlus School Supply Co.
ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT AND
IOI5 N. Broadway Phone I77
JoPuN News HERALD
Mardick Tire Cr Appliance Co
Television - Radios - Refrigerators
These two daily newspapers have been Sold and Serviced for Ove' 25 Years
serving the people of this great district for
half a century 3rd 5 Virginia loplln M0
2608 Main joplin, Mo.
"YOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC DEPARTMENT
STORE IN jOPLlN"
405 Main Street joplin, Mo.
Cushman's Tire Service
, "YOUR GOODYEAR DEALER"
Seventh C1 Wall St. Phone 716
SENIORS OF '53
loplin janitor Supply
l2l Main St. jopli
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CLASS OF 1953
Congratulations to the Class of '53
1018 Euclid Ave.
M. Robeson Lumber Co.
"EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER"
DR. C. S. DAVIS
Best of Luck
Seniors of 1953
lt Pays to Trade
The Golden Rule Store
405 Main St. Galena, Kansas
The Galena Sentinel-Times
FRED L. HEDGES, Editor
Printing and Publishing - Office Supplies
The best equipped weekly newspaper in the
706 Main St. Phone 25
Compliments from the
DIPLOMAT CRAVEL CO.
DR. GRANT POWELL
610 Main St. Phone 74
Senter Dry Goods Store
606 Main St. C-alena, Kansas
5l7 Main Street Galena, Kansas
Paddoc Package Store
"You'll Taste the Difference"
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SI LVERWARE
"The Four-State Area's Leading
Editor 6' Publisher-Frank Bruce
jOPLlN'S LARGEST AND
FINEST DEPARTMENT STORE
Largest new and used automobile and
truck dealers in the middle-west
If the automobile or truck you are looking
for is in the district you'll be more apt to
find it at the Burtrum Bros. Motor Co.
Burtrum Bros. Motor Co.
Phone 4600 loplin, Mo.
joe Burtrum, Owner G Manager
couursn-Mccume " U -G
FOR MEN'S ATTIRE ml S
eio Main sr. loplin, Mo. Oallngvu I mu
WARD'S CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY B. F. GOODRICH
727 Main Street Telephone 177 713 Main St. Phone 1080
RUTH'S COFFEE SHOP ERNIE WILLIAMSON MUSIC HOUSE
"HOME OF BETTER FOODS" 'AEVERYTHING IN MUSIC"
639 Main St. loplin, Mo. 611 Main loplin Phone 157
I. E. FINLEY SPURCEON'S
YOUR SKELLY AGENT Books - Stationery
2115 W. 7th joplin, Mo. 613 Main St. loplin, Mo.
IOPLIN PIANO co.
Largest Piano Company
in the 4-State District
Equipment Manufacturing Co.
Custom Made Trailers
loplin' Mo' 200 W, 7th St. Galena, Kan.
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lst and Main Street
Seventh and Wood Streets
PARKS-WADE POST 246
HOME MADE ICE CREAM AND CANDY
You Will Be Pleased at the
ANTHONY CHOCOLATE SHOP
Come on in Welcome
"Best Deal ln District"
C-K RUBBER WELDERS
503 Main Sf- Phone 61 117 Main St. Galena, Kansas Phone 54
Pl-:Irvs AUTO suPPLY rr GARAGE FOR EATWG 'OY5 'TS
THE BEELER BOYS
. STEAKS -- FRIED CHICKEN
100 North Mann Street Phone 210 W. 7th Joplin, M3
SADIE HAWKINS DAY
WHEELEN'S A-G MARKET
923 E. 7th St. Phone 149
FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY
408 Main St. Phone 300
THE HORN FURNITURE STORE
515 Main St. Phone 20
MARTIN SERVICE STATION
Gas - Oil - Accessories
Phone 89 24-Hour Wrecker Service
LITTLE'S SERVICE STATION
Front and Main St. Phone 33
SENIORS OF '53
Zlst and Main
MYERS USED CARS
I82I Main St. Phone 576 I7th Cr Main Phone 529-M
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS Galena, Kansas
LINK'S STATE LINE CAFE PHILLIPS 55
IIWE SERVE T0 PLEASED Kansas and Missouri State Line
Missouri and Kansas Stare Line
Highway 66 Phone 202 HARRY RUSSELL
sci-iwARTz nnuc s'roRE G S' G BEAUTY SHOP
GERTRUDE PEEK - CLADYS CHERRY
7"' ff Main Phone '5' 605 Main sf. Phone 4I
Breakfast, Dinner WIMER TIRE SERVICE
and Short Orders loplin' MO. Phone H5
Baxter Springs Picher, Okla. EIheI G Iean Bauenger' Props'
Galena 24 Hour Service
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS GALENA COAL 5. IRON
PRICE Cr FARINGER CHARLES F. ROGERS
Caiena, Kansas Galena, Kansas
306 Main St. Phone IOO 208 W. 7th St. Phone 327
N. V. L. Trophy
CONGRATULATIONS HOWARD LITCH GARAGE
pAvlE5 'QA STORE SEVENTH AND wooo STREETS
313 E. 7th Sf. Phone 57 Telephone I7 Wrecker Service
HARRELD STUDIO THE GALENA KIST BOTTLING CO.
807 E, 7th St. Phone 285
COMPLIMENTS OF COMP'-'MENT5 OF
FEAGAN CROCERY WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
806 E. 7th sf. Phone 345 MO Main Sf- Phone '75
BEST WISHES HARDWICK CROCERY
PORT DRIVE-IN Fresh Meats 6' Groceries
Giant Heap-A-Burger "Be6I'l-Here-Always"
West Seventh Street 1700 Main ST. PI'lOne I98
MOORFS HARDWARE MARY KAY DRESS SHOP
7th G' Main Sf. Quality Feeds 702 Main St'
DAVIS DRUG STORE COMP'-'MENTS OF
COSMETICS - WALLPAPER LAUNDRA-MMD5
Fountain Service BENDIX MAY-TAG
320 Main sr. Phone 196 "9 Main Sf- Phone 18
SPECK SALES fr MFC. CO.
PHONES - Office 3, Residence 575
206 Main Street
F. W. Speck, Prop. Galena, Kansas
404 Main Sf. Phone DR' FRANK 'AMES
CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS S 6 S APPLIANCE
FISHING TACKLE AND BAIT PM 66 602 Mem S"
212 Main Street Galena' Kansas
Willy Hornhonker in the Senior play, "A-Feudin' Over Yonder." '
Ernie Watson has just walked away with another loving cup at the current "Leg Follies" in New York
City. He's shooting for Mr. America next year.
lt was believed that no one could fill the shoes of the memorable Hank Williams, but it looks as though
C. A. Hopkins has stepped in. He finally gott off KFSB.
We remember how well Carolyn Miller enjoyed singing so we weren't surprised when we read she is
starring in HMS Pinafore operetta with johnnie Ray, appearing nightly at the Shangri-la Night Club.
Gene Neff, wealthy southern tobacco planter, has just turned out a new type of long burning cigarette.
His fag-bummin' days are over.
The P. C1 T. beauty parlor has moved to a new location, 609 Main St. The proprietors are joy Puckett
and Dorothy Tackett.
john McKay, brutal warden of Alcatraz, seems to pay special partiality to one of the lifers, Ronnie Stew-
art, in old classmate who is in for stealing turkeys from jim Boyes, wealthy owner of the Banazie Turkey
Eloise "Bubbles" jackson has just opened on Broadway as star chorus girl in the Ziegfield Follies.
The Mayo Clinic has recently been changed to the Molloy Clinic, after the famous doctor, Kenneth Mol-
loy, because of his outstanding ability in tending to iron lung cases.
Pat Brewer and Delpha Keener, world-renowned big game hunters, have just returned from the African
jungle. After a 2-year conquest they have found the object of the big hunt, a white mouse.
Della Kinkade has just given birth to her third set of triplets. Her aim is to fulfill her motto, "Cheaper
by the Dozen," or "Always Room for One More."
by LARRY PATTERSON
My friends, I have called you to assemble here as a solemn duty, that you, the heirs and assigns of my
respected client, the Class of l953, may hear her last will and testament, which, as her legal advisor, l drew,
as directed by her, immediately prior to her passing from our presence.
lt was her intention and would have been her great pleasure to present you personally with these tokens
of her esteem, but, finding her possessions were even more extensive and valuable than she had thought, it
was impossible, particularly as her last days were so occupied with social engagements and other dates not so
social, but of great importance to the future, which she was obliged to keep with various members of the
faculty. On these occasions, such weird and unexpected questions were addressed to her, an immediate an-
swer in writing being required, that the strain left her too weary for additional effort.
Because of this, if any slight discrepancies or apparent injustice or partiality should appear to you in the
distribution of her effects, we trust you will pardon it and realize it is caused not by exhaustion of her
brain, never over-robust.
May l, as well as my lamented client, entreat that you receive your respective legacies in the spirit of
unselfish friendship with which they were given? I shall appreciate your courteous attention while l read
this duly attested will.
We, the Class of l953, in the town of Galena, the county of Cherokee, and the state of Kansas, being in
as good mental condition as usual, and in much better tamper than usual, do hereby make this, our last will
and testament, rendering void and of no avail any former will or wills that may have been previously made
by us during a period of temporary optimism.
Although, being as psychologically complex as befits a Senior class, we consist of 49 separate and dis-
tinct entities, or what have you, we are in such complete accord, thinking alike, and seldom, that the edi-
torial-now, alas, funeral-"we" will be used to denote our collective entity throughout this document.
We have no specific directions to leave concerning our funeral, but we do hope you will come pre-
pared to praise as well as bury us, forgetting the trifling faults that may have been ours and remembering
only our manifold and remarkable virtues.
We feel that our brilliant record and our unusual achievements will live after us, but, not wishing to take
any chances, we suggest that a tablet, on which shall be inscribed our several names and a few of our most
astounding deeds, be purchased and placed in the auditorium of the school in a position where it will strike
the eye of all who enter.
And in this manner do we dispose of our possessions:
Wiley Baker wills his ability to swoon the girls to Larry Herrelson.
Wayne Bradshaw wills his ability to find someone and somewhere to park to Richard Netherton.
jim Boyes wills his gum to Sandra Woodard so that she will have something to do in study hall.
Wanda Adams wills her loneliness for a certain boy who is out of state to Dorothy Price.
james Cram wills his likeness to work to jim Gardner. Cram says that he can sit down and watch work
being done all day without it fazing him.
Margaret Badgerow wills her flirtatious ways to Yvonne Riley.
Norman Comer wills his studiousness to Lester Watson.
Maxine Bailey wills her perfect attendance record to Beverly Reynolds.
Richard Dake wills his job as janitor's helper to Bill Dugger so he will have an excuse to get out of
Margaret Bean wills her gun and axe from the Senior play to Lois Anderson to help her keep the wolves
from her door.
john Dillon wills his ability to think up excuses for getting out of school to Perry Standeford, for Perry
surely is running out by now.
Pat Brewer wills her grades and ability to write poems to Caroline Douffet.
Bill Dugan wills his ability not to talk in study hall to Dale Cure.
Mary Gaw wills her ambition to stay in class and
Claudie Evans wills his ability in boxing to jack
Shirley Holmes wills her interest in one man and
Paul Hollingsworth wills his knowledge of drafting
drafting next year.
Eloise jackson wills her job at the Sentinel office
C. A. Hopkins leaves his way of singing western
to get a perfect attendance record to Clara Mae Hawk.
her ability to get out of school to Donna Briggs.
to Ginger Geisler in hopes that the girls will get to
to Peggy Alexander.
songs to jackie Dunn to go with his cowboy boots.
Lajunta jackson wills her ability to get engaged and to stay engaged to Gladys Dillon.
Larry Patterson wills his job as manager of the Dairy Dream, but not his interest in a certain junior
girl, to Gregg Thompson.
Delpha Keener'wills her ability to run through the
Charles Long wills his ability to get through high
Della Kinkade wills her cute night cap to Karlene
Kenneth Messer wills his looks and his way with
halls without a corridor pass to Carolyn Qualls.
school in three years to Donald Hawley.
the women to Norman Hayes.
joy Puckett wills her ability to get her man to janet Netherton.
john McKay wills his ambition to get up early and come to school to Dave Phipps.
Darlene Richey wills her ability to skate to Shirley
Kenneth Molloy wills his wrecking, that is wrecking of cars, to Larry Shaw.
joyce Mallatt wills her height to Marlys Sturgis.
Don Montee wills his ability to argue to Paul Tip ton.
Carolyn Miller wills her ability to write her own
Homer Myers wills his knowledge of the ways of
excuses to Nancy Nave.
the world to Raymond Madden.
Beverly Shamblin wills her secretarial ability to joyce Keyser.
Eugene Neff wills his ability to stay sober on all occasions to Harold Gilstrap.
Dorothy Tackett wills her collection of True Ron' ance magazines to Ruby Standley.
jerry Qualls wills his ability to draw to Marcell Hudson.
Charles Sheets wills his height to Walter Gaw,
Carroll Smith wills the ambition to get his reports
so that Walter will be of normal size by the time he
in on time to Rebecca Wilson.
Pat Titus wills her fashion of walking to Sara Powell.
Ronnie Stewart wills his ambition to work in a grocery store to Colen Younger.
Melba Webster wills her quietness to Phyllis Vogel.
Ronnie Tener wills his interest in the black head ed waitress at Rockaway Beach to
that he will see her next year.
john Neff in hopes
Edric Wilder wills her ability to ride horses to Frances Bruce.
Ernie Watson wills his handsome physique and blushing cheeks to Richard Martin.
Barbara Wheelen wills her yearning for certain unattainable men to Marilyn Link.
Harvey Watson wills his quietness to Gene Welch.
Don Williams wills his driving and ability to handle a car at all speeds and under all conditions to Ver-
joe Williams wills his way of celebrating birthdays to jeffey Martin.
We give and bequeath to the junior class our well- known nerve, which they will need next year, and all
the examination questions we have been given during
the past year. We believe that an examination, like
history, often repeats itself, The answers, never own ed in entirety, have long since been mislaid by us and
are not included in this legacy.
To our dear old school building itself, we leave the peaceful quiet caused by
our absence and any ap-
ple cores, wads of gum, or crumpled notes we may ha ve left about.
To our principal we give and bequeath a sense of
memories of our four years together, and a feeling of pride in any great deeds or
that our future may contain, realizing that such glories-if any- will owe much to
To our teachers we bequeath our valuable sense of humor, without which we
life painful indeed and which will do much to make it
Besides these bequests, we leave our best wishes
Any property or personal possessions of ours that
been graduated, pleasant
his example and counsel.
should have found school
relief that we have at last
endurable for them.
to any and all who may desire them.
may remain in addition to the items specified we give
and bequeath to the Board of Education to use as it sees fit. We can think of nothing that we. have for-
gotten except our old books, and we suggest that they be given to the Freshman class, thus saving money
which may be applied to the teachers' salaries or tow ard the purchase of mouth organs. Of course, this is
entirely a matter for the discretion of the school board.
Finally, we do hereby name and appoint as the sole executors of this, our last will and testament, our
class advisors, Mrs. Roberts and Mr. Ferguson.
In witness whereof we, the Class of l953, the te stator, have set our hand and seal on this l9th day of
May in the year of l953.
S-N BURN Sc BLAKE
WESTON FLOWER SHOP F .k II' 7-
627 Ohio 4959? 6'?'?4c,,V
Phone - 795-2117
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Phone 795 -hm 1 OSWSSO Kansas
RUSSELL LOCKER PLANT
Oswego " Kansas
COLUMBUS SHOE SHOP
Pho, 1179-6111 Scammon, Kansa
HOME LUMBER and SUPPLY
TAYLOR-FROGLEY FORD INC .
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"Wayne 8: Albert"
ALLIS CHALXERS FARM EQUIPMENT
Q Oswego Kansa-S
THE COLUMBUS STATE BANK
137 WEST MAPLE STREET
COLUMBUS, KANSAS 66725
LARGE ENOUGH FOR YOUR NEEDS
SMALL ENOUGH TO APPRECIATE YOU
COMPLIMENTS OF CHARLIE'S I G A
THE VALUE LEADER
JUDY'S GLAMOUR PUFF
Phone LL79 2771
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Phone 316-82?-3161 Scammon, Kansas 6 773
Roe Parsons, Jr. - President
915 West Fourfbh Pittsburg, Kansas
66762 Phone 316-231-2250
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Business Phone 316-231-1830
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Dr. 8: Mrs. Glenn L. Hough
910 s. Bdwy. Phone 316-231-
Pittsburg , Kansas 6676?
BRC5WNIE'S GARAGE Sn BODY SHOP
ZLL Hour Wrecker SerViCe
Phone 316-231-3793 Propane Bottles
Langdon Lane Pittsburg , Kansas
HOUSER BUILDING Q SUPPLY
NEWBERRY'S FLOOR COVERING
Glrard, Kansas COLUMBUS, KANSAS
CUSTOM BUTCHLHING Q PROCESSING
317 E Maple Street
Phone M29 2382 olumbus Kansas
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Columbus Kansas es U1
Phone M29 2328
QH0me OwnedD Peggy A Pepper Martln
MONTGOMERY WARD Catalog Sales Agency
Phone M29 3030 Davld Houser Agent
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ALWAYS FIRST QUAL!TY
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Retall M29 3h81 Catalog h29 3317
120 E Maple
EAGLESON'S CARDS Q ULFTS and
MARLA'S TWIRLING STUDIO
North Slde Columbus Kansas
MATTOX BODY Q GLASS SHOP
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COMPLILMEN TS OF Compliments of
JOE FILRRARO GQOCERY
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Carona Phone U79 6503 Kansas
HCM CAFE ART HOWARD FURNITURE
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CHEROKEE SENTRY HARDWARE Phone 827 35h'
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U-HAUL - TRUCK RENTALS PHONE: 231-5890
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PRUITT DAUGHERTY MOTORS, INC.
Cadillac Buick G. M. C.
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CASH GRAIN 81 FEED CO.
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PHONE 23?-E544 PINE at 3rd STREET
VERN PLATTNER MOTORS, INC
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COLUMBUS DAILY ADVOCATE
Anderson Missouri "The Iqewspaper
A if 1-offs TROSTWORTHI STORE . in Cherokee County
Hardware -Pet Supplies
Sporting Goods- Gjftware Member of Associated Press
Phone '51 6-1-I-29-21 61
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Avillo, Missouri Neosho, Missouri
COLUMBUS GRAIN INC.
Columbus Kansas Phone M29-3315
BUDDY DARKER AGENCY
128 South Kansas
M1TsH's DERBY h28 west hah
Pittsburg, Kansas 66762
DERBY REFINING COMPANY
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