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M ' Russell Johnson, Business Manager
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Nga A M '
CDF GALVA I-IIGI-I SCI-ICDCDI.
STREET SCENE IN BISHOP HILL
Ninety years ago a vessel captained hy John I3jorIc,
set forth from Geile, Sweden, bearing on it a group
oi reIigious dissenters. Under the Ieadership oi Eric
Janson and imbued with an indomitable energy and
an unpreaIcahIe iaith in God, they founded the Bishop
I-IiII coIony on a IoneIy expanse oi IIIinois prairie.
Knowing that any history of GaIva, of IIIinois, or
of the great Northwest itseIF,wouId be incompIete
without the mention of this settIement and its
Iounders, we, the Class oi 1936, dedicate this
GaIahi to them and their descendants.
F RE RD
In this tenth volume of the Galahi, we, the staff, have attempted to link
present-day Galva High School with the Bishop Hill colony. Each division page
has been planned to represent some event or phase in the development of the colony
that is also pertinent to that section of the book. It is our desire that everyone
who sees this annual may realize the courage, the faith, and the persistence of those
liberty-loving Scandinaviansg realize too that those same qualities are necessary in
a modern educational institution.
Within each division and supplementing the main theme of Bishop Hill, terms
from the Norse mythology expressive of that section and its activity have been used.
Since all of our readers may not be familiar with mythology we are here printing
a glossary of the terms.
AESIR: The chief Gods. Teachers.
BIFROST: The bridge between heaven and earth. Extra curricular activities.
BRAGI: God of the Drama. Band, glee clubs, dramatics.
LOKI: God of laughter.
MIDGARD: Abode of the lower people who have not reached Valhalla. Under-
ODIN: Chief of the Gods. School board and executives.
RUNES: Alphabetical signs made by carly peoples, written or engraved in stone.
SAGA: Tales of heroism. Club articles.
SKULD: The future. Class prophecy.
THOR: God of thunder and war. Football, basketball, track.
URD: The past. Senior activities.
VALHALLA: Paradise for heroic warriors. Senior section.
VALKYRIES: Handmaidens of Odin who battle for Thor. G. A. A.
VERDANDI: The present. Class Will.
VIKINGS: Strong men of the North. G club.
Oforfarat ledareskap ar icke
av mindre betydelse i dag, an di
kapten Bjork styrde sin lilla far-
kost over den stormiga Atlanten.
CAPTAIN JOHN BJORK
Dauntless and daring leader-
ship is no less important today
than when Captain Bjork piloted
his tiny ship across the stormy
BOARD OF EDUC ATION
C. F. SCHVVAB, S'i:cln-:'r.xln
H HNRY C. SVVEAT
PHXRI. J. BEIIGIAND
A. S. YOUNG
GALVA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
AND BISHOP HILL
lt can be said with truthfulness that
the existence of the Galva Community
High School is, to a large extent, due
to the enterprising persistence of the
people of Bishop Hill. Altho the
community of Bishop Hill is not a
part of the actual school district, their
interest has been a distinct part of the
The people of Galva who came from
Bishop Hill were the originators of
the idea that we should have a Com-
munity School. Members of the Board
of Education have frequently been men
who originally lived in Bishop Hillg a
good percentage of the students come
from Bishop Hill and many of those
who do not are only one generation
Galva Community High School wcl-
comes Bishop Hill students because
they are good workers, enthusiastic
learners and capable young men and
women. VVe want Bishop Hill to feel
that this High School is their High
School and that they are considered by
the school an integral part of this
school community. 'We are particular-
ly glad to dedicate this school annual
to the community of Bishop Hill.
C. A. lVeber.
CLARl4lNCl'l A. YVEBER
Superintcizdent of Schools
Illinois College, B.A.
University of Illinois, lNI.A
9 ODIN ,J
Tl-IE VALUE OF A I-HG!-I SCHOOL mia
HARRIS HI. ROBERTSON
Principal of the High School
Illinois College, B.S.
University of Illinois, M.A.
Records show that the high school
enrollment in the United States has
increased several times over what it
was in the early years of the present
century. This is due in part, of course,
to the increase in population, but to a
much greater extent to the better op-
portunities offered today for going to
high school and to the fact that laws
have been passed njaking secondary
education free to all the children., with-
i11 the country :ind in corporate towns
A question of primary importance,
however, which each high school stu-
dent should ask himself or herself, is
this: 'WVhy am I in high school F" Is
it "because everyone is doing itw or
"because my parents send mei' or is it
"because I realize this great opportun-
ity which is mine and am striving to
make the most of the opportunity?
There is little doubt as to which stu-
dent will get the more out of high school
work, and develop the better habits for
the years to come. To the boy or girl
who thinks of high school days as
merely a period in which to "mark
time" until some life work comes along,
the time is worse than lost, for high
school is Life and the habits gained
him will remain through the years to
It is my wish for you, the graduating
class of 1936, that you will find in
after-life that your high school days
have been profitably spent, and as you
take up the more serious business of
living outside of school you will find
already developed habits which will be
of help to you in meeting the problems
of our modern world.
-H. M. Robertson.
" AESIR "lo"
BACK li ow
Scott Harrotl, Nlatlieliiaties.
Knox College, .'X.Il.
VVinifrecl Hamer, Music, Art.
Knox Conservatory of Nlusie: NYestern
Illinois State 'Teachers' College. ll.Nlus.I'Itl.
Mildred 0. Lapan, English.
Hetlrling Collegeg University of Chicago,
I'h.Il.,A,Nl,: University of California at
l.0s Angeles: University ot' Illinois.
Seeretary to the Supei-intentlent.
Grave Diehl, General Seienee, lliologgy.
University of Illinois, A,ll,g University of
Southern California: University ol' Iowa.
Evelyn I.. VValIer, History, Lilirary.
Grinnell College, ll..-X.: Stale l'niversity
Mrs. Verna Vogt-Isang,
Illinois XYesIeyan University, ILS.: Illinois
State Normal I'nivi-rsityi l'uiversity of
Harry K. Tlirasher, History, IlIi'0llUIllll'S,
l'niversity of Illinois, ILS.
in Il. Romans, Coach, Manual Arts.
Illinois State Normal, Il.Erl.g University
ot' Illinois, University of Nlichigang Uni-
versity of Southern Californiag Stout
Institute: Northwestern Coaching Schoolg
General Motors Institute of Technology.
'ee C. 'l'huIin, Iinglisli.
Illinois State Normal University: Univer-
sity of Illinois, I3.S.g University of
irenee .L Stirnpert,
Girls' Pllysieal ltltlueation.
lienrlall College ot' Physical Enlucationg
liastern Slate Teachers' College of Maili-
son. Sli.: Sterling College of Sterling,
rris M. Robertson,
Principal, Pliysies, Chemistry.
Illinois College, ISS., University of
Clarence .L Welle r,
Su erintenflent, Tri-fonometrv,
Illinois College, A,lI.3 University of
len Xl'arren, Commercial Snlijeets.
Cornell College, ll.A.g University of
Minnesota: A State Teachers' College of
San lose, lahfornia: Gregg College.
Latin, Iinglish. French.
I.QTlTlI1lI'tl College. A.ll,3 University of
Xllisuonsmg University of Coloraclo.
in Ii, Ilrakensiek,
University ot' Illinois, ILS.: Colorado
OLD COLONY SCHOOL
Den sista av tegelbyggnaderna
uppfiird av kolonisterna, den gamla
koloni skolbyggnaden, dbirme-d sym-
sisom det yttersta av alla mil.
Last of the brick buildings to be
erected by the colonists the old col-
ony school thus symbolizes that
education is the ultimate of all goals.
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7151 Q' 113:
as f- - af.
Mit. ROBERTSON, MR. THRASHER,
"Find a VVay or Make One"
BLUE AND VVHITE
CLA. A. 1, Piano Accompanist l, 2, 3, 45
Inter Nos 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Home Ee.
Club 45 Dramatic Club 4.
Football I, 2, 3, 45 Track I, 25 Mixed
Chorus 25 llasketball 2, 3, 49 Music Festival
35 Oh Doctor 35 The Ghost Train 35 Glee
Club 3, 45 F. F. A. 4, Secy.5 Year Ilook Staff 45
Dramatic Club 45 Vice-Pres. of Class 45
Quartet 4, "G" Club 3, 4.
Chorus 15 Tarpaulin 15 Inter Nos 1, 25
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Home EC. Club 3, 4, l'res.
45 Pep Club, Galahi Stalif 4.
Inter Nos I, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Football
1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: "G"
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Gypsy Rover 25 Glee Club 2,
3, 45 Skidding 35 Oh Doctor 35 Class Treas-
urer 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Student Council
Pres. 45 Galahi Staff 45 llig Hearted Herbert
45 Quartet 4, "Applesauce" 4.
P.E. Demonstration 1, 25 Chorus 1, 25
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy.-Treas. 35 Tarpaulin
1, 2, 45 Leaders Club 2, 3, 45 Skiclding 35 Oh
Doctor 35 Music Festival 35 Year llook Staff
35 Glee Club 3, 45 Home Ec. Club 3, 43
Dramatic Club 3, 4.
Chorus 1, Z5 G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 45 Oh Doctor
35 Glee Club 3, 45 Home Ee. Club 3, 4, Trcas.
45 Dramatic Club 45 Pep Club 45 Galahi 4.
Chorus 15 Inter Nos Club I, 2, 3: Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Student Council
Treas. 45 Galahi Staff 45 Tarpaulin 4.
LaFayette High School 15 l'. E. Demonstra-
tion l5 Glee Club 45 l'ep Club 45 F. F. A.
lland 3, 45 Glee Club 4.
To the class of '36 belongs the honor
of being the Iirst to have completed the
four-year course within the walls of the
new building. In '32 seventy-seven
Freshies entered the corridors for the
first time. However, after four years
of work and play together only fifty-
five remain, the rest having been obliged
to enter other fields.
Through the four years of school life
this group has established a good record
in both scholastic and extra-curricular
work, being represented in every organ-
ization in the school.
On February 28, 1935, the class pre-
sented the play, "The Ghost Train,"
which will long be remembered as one
ot' the best ever presented in Galva.
It is hoped that, as the doors of the
school are closed behind this class, the
bigger tasks confronting it in life will be
as ably cared for as in High School.
By 194-0 she will be a renowned con-
cert pianist and will be with the Stock-
holm Symphony Orchestra.
Sitting at ease in his air-conditioned
barn, Farmer Appell will be working
his 3,000 acre model ranch by means of
a radio-controlled robot,
Putting to use her experience as
Galahi typist, Eileen will be private
secretary to Haile Selassie.
Clothes that are dingy are still sent
to Bingy in 1950 and Harold who be-
came a C. P.A. in 194-5 is in charge of
entire chain of Binge and Sons' laun-
In 19446, Dolly will be living on an
onion farm not many miles from the
fair city of Nekoma.
The Sophie Tucker of 1950 is none
other than our own Franeille-and she's
still the life of the party.
A specialist on the valuable art of
chewing gum quietly.
By 1950 Button's zippers will have
replaced Button's buttons.
A cornetist in the Chicago Symphony.
orus 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter
cu 1, 2, 3, 4, P. E. Demonstration 1, 2, ,
Leaders Club 2, 3, 4, Music Festival 3, Oh
Doctor 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Home Ec. Club 4,
V AIL H PIL L1A
The head dance instructor and leader
of her famous orchestra at the new
Municipal Dance Hall Nekoma.
Ch Nos A' vim:
Fl b 4
S I E
Pep Club 4.
l'. E. Demonstration, F. F. A. 4.
Chorus 1, 2, P. E. Demonstration 1, Oh
Doctor 3, Home Ee. Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4.
Cheerleader 1, Tarpaulin 1, 2, 3, Editor 3,
Oh Doctor 3, Music Festival 3, Football 3, 4,
Inter Nos Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Galahi
Editor 4, Dramatic Club 4, Honor Roll.
Chorus 1, Inter Nos Club 1, 2, 3, G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Gypsy Rover 2, Student Council
2, 3, Pres. 3, Declamation 2, 3, Tarpaulin 2,
3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4,
Oh Doctor 3, The Ghost Train 3, Dramatic
Club 3, 4, Leaders Club 3, 4, Galahi Staff 4,
Big Hearted Herbert 4, "Applesauce".
Track 1, Chorus 1, 2, Basketball 1, 3, 4,
Football 2, 4, Glee Club 4, Sound Cast of
"The Ghost Train" 3.
P. E. Demonstration 1, 2, 4, Home Ec. Club
3, Pep Club 4.
Chorus 1, Band 1, 2, P. E. Demonstration,
Inter Nos Club 2, 3, G. A. A. 3, Home EC.
Club 3, 4, Pep Club 4.
P. E. Demonstration, Band 3, 4, Home Ec.
MARY ALICE HEFLIN
Student Council 1, Inter Nos Club 1, 2,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, Tarpaulin 1, 2, 3, 4, Tap Class
1, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A.
1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Leaders Club 3, Skidding
3, Oh Doctor 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Home
Ee. Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Galahi Staff 4,
Big Hearted Herbert 4, Honor Roll 4, ' Apple-
Chorus 1, Inter Nos Club 1, 2, Tarpaulin
Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres.
2, Secy.--Treas. 4, The Gypsy Rover Z, De-
clamation 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Cheer Lead-
er 2, 3, 4, Oh Doctor 3, The Ghost Train 3,
Home Ee. Club 3, Secy.-Treas. 3, Leaders
Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Galahi Staff 4,
Latin Club 1, 2, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
1, 2, 3, Ghost Train 3, Oh Doctor 3, liand 3,
Dramatic Club 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Chicago
High School first semester of 4.
G. A. A. 1, Inter Nos Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus
3, Oh Doctor 3, P. E. Demonstration, Glee
Club 3, 4, Home Ee. 4.
Track 1, 2, Student Council 1, 2, Basketball
1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, one Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Gypsy Rover 2, Tarpaulin 3, Music Fes-
tival 3, Oh Doctor 3, "G" Club 3, 4, Dramatic
Club 4, "Applesauce".
Principal at G. H.S, by 1956.
Leader of Galva's Society whirl, is
this once demure little girl.
Jimmy exercised his editor's preroga-
tive and censored our prediction.
'Sn1atter, Jim, l1ave you had enough of
being an editor?
Truth may be stranger than fiction
but it is a fact that in 1953 Irma will
be happily married to a very prosper-
ous automobile dealer.
A professional snow shoveler in the
heart of Africa.
VVins the giggles contest at tl1e state
Champion figure skater in tl1e 1948
Olympics in the Isle of Man.
Her pies Win all blue ribbons in 1980.
Using her ability to organize and
manage, Mary Alice, world-famous so-
cial welfare worker, will found a second
Hllll House in the slums of Ulah in
In 1937 Mrs. T. and her hubby will
be spending their honeymoon by touring
the country on a bicycle built for two.
Sammy will be living off his wife's
wages as dancing instructor.
VVife of the assistant doctor of the
In 1953 Rube will sell more cars in
his territory than any other dealer.
1 9 3 6
G A. L A. H I
V'AtL H AtL L14
P. E. Demonstration 2. 45 Commercial Con-
test 35 Pep Club 45 Tarpaulin 45 Honor Roll 4.
Football 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Gypsy Rover
Clerk in the baby shoe department at
White House occupant during the
boom times of 1957. VVithout doubt
lb A A
25 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Tar-
paulin 2, 3, 4, Editor 35 Oh Doctor 35 Ghost
Train 35 Skidding 35 Dramatic Club 3, 4,
Pres. 45 Band 3, 45 Year Book 45 llig Hearted
Herbert 45 Quartet 4, "Applesauce" 45 "G"
Sound cast in "The Ghost Train" 3.
P. E. Demonstration 1, 25 F. F. A. 4.
Inter Nos 1, 25 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Student
Council 25 Chorus 25 Leaders Club 35 The
Ghost Train 35 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Secy. 45
Home Ec. Club 3. 4: Honor Roll 3, 45 Gal-
ahi Staff 45 Big Hearted Herbert 4.
Track 15 Chorus 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45
Sound cast of "The Ghost Train" 35 Oh Doc-
tor 35 Glee Club 45 "G" Club 45 Band 4.
llasketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Oh Doctor 35 Glee
Club 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45
gfilihi Staff 45 Big Hearted Herbert 4, "G"
Chorus 1, 25 Latin Club 1. 25 Tarpauliu l,
2, 35 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 Student Council
25 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Oh Doctor 35 Glee Club
3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Lead-
ers Club 3, 45 Year Book Staff 4.
Honor Roll 1, 25 Chorus 1, Z, 35 Tum-
bling Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Tap
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Leaders Club 2, 3, 45 Oh Doc-
tor 35 Home EC. Club 3, 45 Inter Nos 3, 45
Glee Club 3, 4.
G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 P. Demon-
stration: Home Ec. Club 4.
G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 P. E. Demonstration 1,
2, 45 XVaukegan High School 35 History Club
35 Latin Club 35 Pep Club 45 Glee Club 4.
Shanghai American School. China I, 2, 35
Track 1, 2, 35 Soccer 2. 35 Football 35 Junior
Class Play 35 Assist. Business Mgr. School
Paper 35 Photographer for Annual 35 Football
45 Galahi Staff 4.
G. A. A. 15 Home Ee. Club 45 Pep Club 45
P. E, Demonstration.
Chorus 1, 25 P. E. Demonstration 1, 25
Home Ec. Club 3: Galahi Staff 4.
Honor Roll 2, 3, 45 Ghost Train 35 Tar-
paulin 3, 45 Inter Nos 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Dra-
matic Club 45 Basketball Manager 45 Big
Hearted Herbert 45 Year Book Staff 4, Apple-
Chorus l, 25 P. E. Demonstration 1, 25 Hon-
or Rollg Commercial Contest 35 Oh Doctor:
Ghost Train5 G. A, A. 3, 45 Home Ec. Club
3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Big Hearted Her-
B IS H CDP H lL L
E DI TICD N
Rudy will have a New Deal plan to
bring back the long-forgotten depres-
Professional house haunter.
Shining shoes of Chicagoans in New
After becoming well known in the
night life of Paris, Berdine will settle
down to a quiet life in the country in
A star basketball player on the Notre
Dame basketball team.
Don's partner on Notre Dame's team.
Sentenced to Sing Sing for life in
1959 for being a radical and plotting
treason against Russell Johnson, presi-
dent of the United States.
In 1942 Lucke will be introducing her
tenth husband to former classmates.
Girls' physical education instructor
at Galva High.
A second Betty Boop on both stage
In 1952 Carrel will be busy delivering
Morgan's seed corn to the Chinese by
Blues singer with Katharine Kelly's
President of a school for training
Editor-in-chief of the 194-0 Ballyhoo.
He will be attempting to buy out the
Model for latest fashions in the
Swanky Nite Club at VVoodhull 119413.
GK 5 W
Chorus 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2, 4, Pres. 4:
P. E. Demonstration: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-
Pres. 4: Student Council 1: Oh Doctor 3:
Home Ee. Club 3. Pres. 3: Glee Club 3, 4:
Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Galahi Statif
Track 1. 2, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain
4: Football 1, 3, 4: P. E. Demonstration 1, 2,
4: "G" Club 3, 4: F. I". A. 4, Vice-Pres. 4:
Glee Club 4.
Chorus 1, 2: P. E. Demonstration 1, 2: Oh
Doctor 3: Commercial Contest 3: Glee Club
Latin Club 1, 2, 3: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: P. E.
Demonstration 2, 4: Band 3, 4: Home EC.
Chorus 1, 2: Track 1, 4: Oh Doctor 3:
Ghost Train 3: Glee Club 3, 4: F. F. A. 4.
P. E. Demonstration: lland 3: Football 3, 4:
Track 3, 4: "G" Club 4: F. F. A. 4.
Chorus 1: G. A. A. 1, 2: Inter Nos Club 1,
2: Tarpaulin Staff 1, 2: P. E. Demonstration
1, 2, 4: Commercial Contest 3: Home Ee. Club
3: Pep Club 4.
Tarpaulin 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1, 3: Inter Nos
Club 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Ghost Train 3:
Oh Doctor 3: Music Festival 3: Dramatic Club
3, 4: Big Hearted Herbert 4.
Basketball 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Stu-
dent Council 1, 3: Gypsy Rover 2: Glee Club
2, 3, 4: Oh Doctor 3: Music Festival 3: Dra-
matic Club 3, 4: "G" Club 3, 4: Galahi Staff 4.
Inter Nos Club 1, 2: liasketball 1, 2. 3:
Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Tarpaulin 2: The Ghost
Train 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Oh Doctor 3:
Glee Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: "G" Club
4: Galahi 4: Big Hearted Herbert 4.
Inter Nos 1, 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Class
Secy. 3: Ghost Train 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4:
Glee Club 4: UG' Club 4: Tarpaulin 4.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Gypsy Rover 2: Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4: "G" Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 4:
Oh Doctor 3: F. F. A. Pres. 4.
Chorus 1: Inter Nos Club 1, 2: Honor Roll
1, 2, 3: P. E. Demonstration 1, 2, 4: Home Ee.
Club 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Pep Club 4: Gal-
ahi Staff 4.
P. E. Demonstration 1, 2, 4: Glee Club 4:
Home Ec. Club 4.
Chorus 1. 2: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Tarpaulin 2,
3: Glec Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4.
P. E. Demonstration.
Nl lk L tl it l. L IN
The singing and dancing partner of
Bob Johnson on the New York stage
He'll be a member of the Notre Dame
basketball team, too.
Drop a nickel on the drum for Marie.
She will be a Salvation Army girl.
Employed by Kresge's, selling kisses.
A reward will be offered for "Hook-
er" dead or alive 09481.
In 1950 VVard will be purchasing a
car that will go 55 and bust.
Secretary for overseer of all CCC
Selling his own pain killer to simple
minded folk will be quaek doctor
Composer of the hit song, "I'll be
Pleased if Yoeum Over to My House."
In 1951 Bob will be an automotive
engineer for Chevrolet. He will have
designed a new streamliner in 1950.
The best flap jack tosser that the
VValdorf-Astoria ever had 119521
Hill Billy singer for the 1944- W.I..S.
Florene will be the chief guide in the
Alps Mountains U94-3j.
Assistant to Professor Einstein f194-OD.
In 1970 Darrell will be the millionaire
owner of the "Cuttem Up Meat Mar-
Acrobat for Ringling Brothers.
1 9 3 6
C3 IX L IK ti I
lk nfl ill
.I A NIS' BOOST ROM
IVIARVIGI, ANDERSON 1
mhullel "A very little mziirlen with a great big
"QlfQCQ1,fQ't1'flI'ffflnff,"f3lfEfQQ'fm" ,round Oh! 'IililgdIl1ese :ire harfl to f:lll!I.H
NIARTIN AI'PEI,l, I40IiIIIaS'1 BLIIUIN
HMY home ig in In-avi-H "Life is short and sweetie
1'm here on 1 visit," 1,111 Sllflff-U
1'lII,I'lI'lN IBINGIC VVAYNN CARIISOQI N
UAIWHYS IHUIJIIIIIIJ Zlllfl full Of full, HIFZIPYIICTS are the foumlers of civilization
She is liked hy everyone."
, 1 , 4 JUIIN CARKULIA
1 OC' .
40. If "1 nm Z1 silent man from the great
"I love to winrl me up, Ollt-0f'fl0UI'S.'
I love to hear me go,"
' ' Y W Y 1 V A
f " M.UxINI'. CAION 72
DARLINE Bl.OI'lDUliN 'KKittv" I
"DoIlv" ' A
' "She'II CIHIICC her Iifc away,
Ul'm not lazy, Anil men will Ieacl the way."
I just II0n't feel like working."
Y U ' I N IIIXKULD CIIBISON
1"IiA52II1I,I'l BLUIIIDUIIN' JG S-Cubbyv'
K ls "A H1211 who to his husiness tends,
"The life of the party." Anil careth not for female friends."
"From the country she did hail,
As a friend she'll never fail."
JixM14s FORSE 909-fl
"A studious boy of thc jolly sort,
That's a real true friend and a dandy
IRMA Flalmclc ,ff
"To pleasure and to sport inclined,
A woman still who knows her mind."
DEAN GIBBS X
"Make much of meg
Good men are scnrre.
IIELEN GR ANQUIST WWW
"Grammy" 39" A
"Shes pretty to walk with
And witty to talk with." .,
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IRENE HAVVKINSUN We
"lYhen a man is in the Case,
You know all other things give placef'
I3U'1"F0'1VI R ow
'li -is '-
QI 2 gag id!
as ,' Y .
"She's just the quiet kind
XYh0se nature seldom varies."
MARY ALICE HEFLIN Q, "
"Loyal hearted, strong of mind, el I is -'
A finer girl you'l1 never find."
If l ...Mu
MARY HISPZ i97""1f""'fj '
'twhen one is truly in love,
One not only says it but shows it."
h ' fag "
"l'm an old smoothy and just like putty
ln the hands of the gal I lovef,
ARl.l'1Nl'1 H l'I,'1'QUIS'1' x 7
'tl'm so quiet and so easy going, gs
You'd hardly guess what 1 might be doing." A
HAH LAND .IUHNSUN
"'l'he scriptures say:
'Tis not good for a man to he alone'."
Q3 y v A L H A L L A
n " H
RUBY JOHNSON' -56
"1'm not lwashful, I
I'ni just well trained"
"Sayl Here's a new one, or
Have you heard the one .IIHJLII--I'
LEON K ENNA UGH .
"The man who blushcs is not yet a brute."
JOHN K USTER
"If silence were golden,
He would he a millionaire."
BERDINI41 lnxnsoxei A
"If you like them tall, it' you like them fair,
You have one here, needn't look elsewhcrcf'
"Donnie" I 3 B
"XVhen the wind is in thgsouth,
lt hlows the lzait in the hsh's mouth."
LAVVRENC li LAR SON
"A tall lad is always looked up to."
NLNXINE LIND ,, f
"Though the stars were falling and the
world out of joint,
She would continue to argue and carry
HIAIICIKEJ, ' '
"NYhen I shut the floor upon one wooer,
Another one knocks at the gate."
DONALENE MILLER in
"The amliitiou of this peppy lass
ls to lmoss a future P. E. Class."
RACHAEL MOORE as
"As through her life she blithely goes,
She loves to talk and vamp and posef'
CARR EL MORGAN
"I know a girl with dreamy eyes
Who could win me as a prizef'
MARTHA NA SLUND
"A cuter model is hard to find." .4-
CLEONR NEICE ,j
"She is quiet-who can deny itw
And to know hcr is to appreciate her."
"Study has made him very lean."
v10I.A NORBOM V X
"Love is like the measles,
VVe all have to go through it."
"Modest, simple and sweet,
The very type of girl to meet."
"All lvlonds are not light headed."
Bon-0M Row X 'ii
"Shelli make the right kind of a wife
To cheer up any man's life."
NORMA .OLSON7 ,X 0
" 'Tis true that she is much inclined
To chit and chat with all mankind."
LOWE LL RINGLE
"Studying is hard on the constitution:
I tried it once."
VVA RD ROBINSON
"In books there is no ple-asureg
I must have my lvit of leisure."
VX omen were made before mirror
And have been there ever since.
L' Q . ,
. ' 4' ,
MILDRED ROSANDER P
"It is not for me to work while others play,
l'll be more diligent some other clayfl
1 V -,E G
,gg VALHALLA ' 620'
all f '
T 0 P R ow
"lie careful, Ray,
True love ncvcr runs smooth.
liOI311lli'I' SOD IC R II NRG
"XYurry never mzuclc ll man gr
NYhy shoulrl I worry?y'
JAM ES SOD ERQl,'IS'I'
"They say I1e's bashful
But you'd he surprised."
VIRGII, SUNDI3 I-IRG
"All great men are rlearl and
I'm not feeling so well."
CLARENCE SVVA NSON
XYQ are sorry he's withclrawn,
For his cheery smile is gone.
"Easy come, easy gu.
Ilut my word is honor bound."
"Life is a gamble,
Ilut I'm zu gainlmlcrf'
JOSEPHINE THOMPSON 'Ni
"This4young lailly is quite niccg
She is your friend in just a ihricsf'
DA R R ICI. VV HSTI ,IN i'
"XYith the girls l1c's lmndy,
Anil with the jokes, a dandy."
"My tongue Ixctwccn my lips I rein
For who talks much must talk in v'm1
We, the Senior Class of Galva Community High School, of the city of
Galva, County of Henry, and State of Illinois., having been proven of sound
mind, do hereby make, declare, and publish the following, as our last VVill
I, Marvel Anderson, will my magic
Hngers to John Cromien.
I, Martin Appell, will my wit to
I, Eileen Binge.. will my giggle to
I, Darline Bloedorn, will my make-
up to Joyce Galloway.
I, Janis Boostrom, will my positfon
in the band to Dale Baldwin.
NVe, Forest Button and James Forse,
will our altitude to Earl Lind-
I, VVayne Carlson, will my ability
to attract girls to Harold Lapan.
I, Maxine Caton, will my curly hair
to Dorothy Nixon.
I, Harold Cubbon, will my shyness
to Jack Silver.
I. Isabel Erickson, will my Winsome
smile to Douglas Simmons.
I, Lawrence Larson, will my heart
and hand to the fairest in the
I, Russell Johnson, will my gift of
gab to William Kewish.
I, Mary Alice Heflin, will my am-
bitious nature to "Scar" Nelson.
I, Helen Granquist, will my giggles
to Lucille Larson.
I, Mary Hise, will my dancing abil-
ity to all who can use it.
I, Jeannette Hayes, will my reserved
manner to Marjorie Hampton.
I, Francille Bloedorn, will my ex-
cessive avoirdupois and my motto,
"Laugh and grow fatu, to Irene
I, Dean Gibbs, will my affections
for Margaret Lucke to Merril
I, Irma Freece, will my tapping
ability to Phyllis Cederberg.
Raimason Smith, will my ability
to make love to Ann, to Harlan
Harland Johnson, will my ab lity
to court a girl to Ralph Dolk.
Ruby Johnson, will my skill in
typing to Alice Jones.
Florene Swanson, will my enor--
mous stature to Helen Rounds.
Berdine Larson, will my drama-
tic ability to Jeannette Heflin.
John Kuster, will my farming
ability to Robert Hampton.
Leon Kennaugh, will my blushes
to Lorna Hammerstrand.
Arlene Hultquist, will my inter-
est in the CCC boys to Louise
Irene Hawkinson, will my strut
to Gunnel Lusth.
Donald Larson, will my love for
fishing to Quinten Appell.
Maxine Lind. will my arguments
with the teachers and everyone in
general to Fern Peterson.
Margaret Lucke, will my ability
ot "get my man" to Dorothy Nel-
June Norling, will my modesty to
Donalene Miller, will my love for
athletics to Elizabeth Leaf.
Rachael Moore, will my stall
CStahlj to Dorothy Simmons.
Carrel Morgan, will my Chinn
tongue to Robert Bodeen.
Martha Naslund, will my grace-
ful actions to Maxine Peterson.
Cleone Neice, will my quick tem-
per to Olive Jolmson.
Dwight Nelson, will my studious
ability to Gideon Barlow.
fContinued to Page 535
' I 94
llack Rowf llalrlwin, Ifinhraaten, Appell, Cromien, Silver, Linflcluist, lloflecn, lalmer, irantz, , minions
I Third Rowf-fllr. XXX-lier, jones, Leaf, Hayes, Robertson, Anderson, Galloway, Fahnstrom, llodeen
Nixon, llammerstranfl, M. Peterson, Morse, Bliss Xvarrcn.
Second RowfHonghlon, Larson, Rounds, Xlcklillan. Appell, C'erlerlmcrg', Silnmons, johnson, Lust
Kelly, ID. Peterson, lleflin, Hampton.
Front Rowfllarlow, Kewish. Lapan, Roberson, XYiek, Ilolk. Erickson, Lambert, Hampton, Jones.
tvhen the Junior Class first
started on the "well-worn" path to
High School as Freshmen, they
boasted a membership of fifty-
three. This number remained the
same until this year, when it drop-
ped to forty-nine.
Many of the members have been
on the honor roll during the past
three years and their names have
become a familiar sight to all who
read the 7l1l1'IJI1.7LIi7l. The class is
well represented in athletics such
as football, basketball, and track,
as well as in G. A. A., Glee Club,
Dramatic Ulub and other school
Un Friday, March 13, l936, the
Junior Class presented the play,
"The Nut Farm." Although nec--
essary to postpone the play three
times because ot' cold weather, it
was very successful when finally
All the parties of this class have
been backed by good sportsmanw
ship and cooperation. The Juniors
won the inter-class contest for
highest attendance at basketball
In the remaining year the class
hopes to keep up its record and
bring honors to Galva High
school, as well as to its members.
The Flass Officers are:
President ................ Frank Nelson
Vice-l'resident .... Robert Hampton
Secretary .... ...,.....,.,.,,. A Alice Jones
Miss VVarren, Miss Stimpert,
TI-IE SGP!-ICDMGRE CLASS
Back in '34, fifty-seven new
students entered Galva High
School as Freshmen. However,
during the course of their school
life three of these have gone other
ways. This class has very ably
represented old G. H. S. in ath-
letics, the boys participating in
football, basketball, and track, the
girls becoming loyal and active
members of the G. A. A., and all
taking part in their parties and
Beginning last September, fifty-
six entered for the Sophomore
year. Two new faces were among
the number returned.
This year the class was well
represented in football, basketball
and track. More of the Sopho-
mores were out for the teams this
year and their improved ability
earned some ot' them their letters.
Concerning extra-curricular ae-
tivities it can be said that this
class has done its part. The
"Inter Nos" Club, Tarpaulin, Glee
Club and G. A. A. being some of
the activities that the Sophomores
helped by their faithful work.
The class has enjoyed its par-
ties both years and with two more
years hope to continue their fine
and outstanding achievements in
all phases of school lite and to
live up to the high standard set
The class officers are:
President ..............., Robert Greep
Vice- President ...,.,,, Robert Teeee
Secy.-Treas ............ .John Collister
hlrs. Vogelsang, Mr. Romans,
llaek RowffXl1'. Harrofl, Swan, Carlson, Norbom, Cr:-eson, Ford, lloye, Palmer, Seaton, ilrenl
Teece. Edwall, Krantz, Nr. Romans.
Third Row-Schneider, Hotz, Glas, ll. Olson, Gooflley, ll. Thompson. Rose, E. Peterson, Grant
Slover, Linrlblom, Iackson, Nelson, Steagall, Mrs. Vogelsang. r
Second Rowfharson, Heimer, Young. llanlon, Talbot, H. Hise, Sayle. ll. Ulson, Lewin, Collins
M. Thompson, Spencer, Hammerlunfl, XViekey.
First Row-Robinson. Ulanrler, XYalker, Obere, llazelleaf, H. Olson, fiihhs, l't'eil, Kapple, Horton
Collister, R. Olson, lrlanilin.
A M I D G A R D
X J .1 .
Top Row-Ilruw, NIz1h:1fI'0y. I,:1rson, Sorlurlisrg, fi. Anclcrsoli, Cioon, XYl1ite, Xorflstrom, R. Miller
etcrson, I. Miller, Slfilllll, Iirown, Iloorlalu, IJ. johnson. Hintz.
'I'I1ir1l Row 'Miss XYz1lI0r, XY0stlin. llecllunrl, II. johnson, Scllon, Norl1on1, Iiuster, Rose, Lee, Illznlxe
Pierce, Iiurnntt, Conclly, Smith. jones, Hayes, Nlr. Ilrzilculisicls,
S0conrl Row-Miss Ilichl, Ilall. NHTIISITOITI, Vznulever, Cow-Il, Nlznson, IJ0Nov0, Colfer, Yocum
1'Iought0n, Sperry, Carr, Swzmson, KIu1.1r:11.gc', johnson.
1 First Royvflf. rlohnson. Y. Ifriclcson, Griffon, l.:1uli, VI. johnson, IJ, johnson, II0114, Sailor, Horton
lorklll, XI:1ss1ng1lI. Ericson. 'IiI'lfIl1lI!SUII, I.g1111lJ0rt. lic-vcro.
Tl-IE PRES!-IMAN CLASS
'I'l10 IIIUIIIIIOYS ot' H10 class of '39
2lllllL'2ll'L'iI in tI10 high school corri-
dors lust SCPICIIIIJOI' with EL lost
:incl s0z1r0rI 2l1lpL'2ll'2lllCL'. But it
was not long u11tiI Hu-y IIOCELIIIC
:100uston10cl to th0 n0w routinc.
TI10 c-nfl of tI10 y0:1r found tI10n1 an
intvgrzll part of high school lif0.
Many 14ll'0SIlIll2lIl girls h:1v0
joincrl H10 G. A. A. and tl10 Home
Iivononiics Club, whiI0 those boys
who are int0r0st0d in agriculture
joinocl tl10 F. F. A.
This y0z1r,s 1'll'CSIlllHLll Class has
h00n proucl of H10 fact that six to
flight of its lllClIIllOl'S w0r0 on H10
honor roll 0:1cl1 I0l'lll, to l0:ul all
otl10r classcs in this r0gz1rcl.
DQLI0 Horton, lidwin lllassingill,
D0z1n Brown, :incl Victor IVl1it0
w0r0 n10n1li0rs of H10 footlizlll
In lmsl40tlmll Nfll'lIl2Lll Iinrson
was H10 only 1'll'CSIlIIl2Lll to r000iy0
11 111i11or I0tt0r, but Victor VVhit0,
Dale Soclorbcrg, G0rry Nordstroxn,
Rob0rt Hintz, liv0rr0tt0 Nolson,
1101111 Brown, and Ivan Coon IIIZLKIC
up il Iigliting Frcslinnui t0znn.
TI10 LIYCSIIIIICII of this y0:1r are
conficlcnt that thcy l'1z1v0 11ot t'z1lI0n
li0loW H10 SI2lllfI2l.l'fI s0t by oth0r
classes and it is tl10ir l1op0 to s0t
fl new stzmdard in a1thl0ti0 and
scliolustic :10I1i0v0n10nts during the
n0xt tl1r00 yC2ll'S.
TI10 Class 0mL7C1'S are:
Prcsiflcnt ...... Hilcl0ge1rrl0 Johnson
Yicc-I'r0sirI0nt ,.,,...,.,., Ivan lloon
S00y.-'I'r0:1s ........... 171110 Socl0rb0rg
Miss Diehl, Miss VV:1IIOr,
Pioniir dagarna med dess strider
hiir till det fiirflutna, men den okuv-
liga anden forbliver ett virt Galva
High School idrott kiimpurs viirde-
VVarring and pioneering days are
past but 11 fighting spirit remains-
the valuable heritage of Galva High
School athletic teams.
Q jim gh-
I!110k Roww- Iforsfc, C. Horton, Hintz, I70l'II. Ilolk, l'oIIist0r, II11111Iin.
Second Row-I.1111:111. NI:111:1g0rg Nulsou. Silvvr, HiI1I1s, I.i11nIquist, Tecce, SorIe1'quis1. Mr. Romans
I'I'0Ill Row-f I'I2lIl1jlIf711, Ilrr-vp, Horgzxn, Ulsou. SlII1III5t'I'j1, Ilingc, ,Xpp0II, Soda-rlvcrg, RoI1i11so11, 1011115011
Norbom, Ilorton in front.
A good siz0d squad 1'0po1'10d 1o
COELCII 1i0IIlElI1S 111 1I10 IJCQIIIIIIIIQ' of
s0I1ooI in S0p10111I101'. 01' 1I1is 11u111-
IJ01' six w01'0 I01101'111011 ELIICI s0v0r11I
o1I'101's w01'0 0xp01'i01100d 111011.
H111'oId Bi11g0 was s0I0010d ILS
CEIIJIELIII ZIIHI OVCVYOIIL' Iookcd for-
w111'd 1o 11 I1ig'I1I.v su000ssfuI s011so11.
B111 i11 H10 f11's1 g111110 111 K11oxviII0
Ray SIIIIIII I111d 1I10 IIlISIi0l'IUllL' 1o
b1'011k I1is I0g. 'l'I10 loss of this
Il2Ll'lI-lII'IVIlIg' I1110k-I10Id 1111111 1ook
H10 11011 ou1 of G11Iv11 1111d 1I10y Ios1
il I1111'd-fougI11 g'111110. A w00k I11101'
Ji111111y Sod01'quis1, 21 IIIQLIIISIEIP' i11
1I10 Ii110, YVELS f0l'CL'1I 1o quit foo1-
I111II du0 1o 1111 i11.iu1'y SIISIFLIIIOKI i11
IIIIIQ Ioss of H1050 1wo seniors
sc-01110d 1o IJl'C2lIi 1I10 111o1'11I0 of H10
1011111 SHIKI EIIIIIOUQII 1I10 1011111 0111110
i11 figI11i11g 111 H10 01111 of 1I10 SCELSOII
11 w11s 1oo I1110 1o S1011 H10 Shing
of d0f0111s. TI10 LIZLIVEL 0I0v011 Iost
0igI11 CllCOlIIlI'Cl'S wI1'iI0 1yi1'1g OIIC 1o
Ii11isI1 I11s1 i11 H10 BI110kI111wk C011-
f01'01100. 1-XIIIIOIIQII 1I1is is 1101 21
sur-00ssfuI 1'00o1'd EIS s0o1'0s go, H10
boys 01111 11IW11ys 11oi111 wi1I1 pride
1o 1I10 11101 I'Il2lI H'10y wc-1'0 s1iII
f'igI11i11g i11 1I10 I11s1 QZLIIICS PAIIKI wiH1
good Iu0k 1I1is s111110 I'Ig'I'II should
2lCCOL1llI' for lXI11iz0 Ellld Blue wins
KNOXVILLE 12-GALVA 0
Although Galva outplayed them
in the first half Knoxville came from
the rest period to shove the ball
across the goal line twice. Ray
Smith broke his leg in the Hrst
VVYOMING 6-GALVA 6
Galva's scoring punch was lacking
in the first home game. They came
within scoring distance several times
but had to be satisfied with one
touchdown. Wyoming scored in the
first period, Galva in the last.
GENESEO 38-GALVA 6
Too much speed. Galva lost
heavily on Geneseois field in their
first night game. Galva's touch--
down came in the final quarter.
BRADFOR D 384-GALVA 7
The Maize and Blue were unable
to cope with the heavy Bradford
team or stop the power plays. They
lost heavily, Bradford scoring at
ABINGDON 141-GALVA 0
After a stellar performance in the
first half, the locals tired and they
lost a close game to Abingdon who
won 1-1--0. The line, however, al-
lowed less than 100 yards gain but
Abingdon's timely scoring won for
ACADEMY 18-GALVA O
The Cadets, helped by long runs,
won on a muddy field from Galva.
The team, however, showed more
pep and fight in this game, playing
almost equal in ground gained.
WETHERSFIELD 37-GALVA 0
Galva had an off day, Wethers-
field scoring easily throughout the
game. Galva came close to scoring
after an 811-yard punt by Hampton
but their attack fell short.
K INGMAN 12-GALVA O
Galva came back strong to put up
a game struggle with the heavier
Peoria team. VVitl1 a few breaks the
score may have been different. .
TOULON 12-GALVA O
An evenly matched contest during
the first half, but Toulon scored in
the third and fourth quarters to win
the first game from the Maize and
lilue since 1929. The game saw
eight seniors parade with the pigskin
for the last time
llaek Rowf-Mr. Romans, Il. Nelson, R. Ilolk,
Sc-cond Rowflf. Nelson. H. Hinge, NI, Appell, I.. Larson, Iolinson, IJ. Larson, lf. Olson, Hampton.
Front Rowffollistcr, flreep, ,-Xppell, Teeec, Ilarlow, N. Larson, Hamlin.
During the fall a number of
boys who were not out for bootball
held basketball workouts twice a
week. But it was not until after
the last football game that Coach
Romans called oilicial basketball
practice and to that first call over
forty boys responded. This was
the largest squad in the history of
the school and until it was cut to
eighteen, two shifts had to be run
in order to handle the group.
Floyd Olson was the only letter
man available from the previous
year, but using him as a nucleus
and Bunk Hampton, Joe Binge,
Scar Nelson, Don Larson, Lorney
Larson, Russ Johnson, and lVIartin
Appell, Coach Romans produced
as successful a team as Galva has
had for several years. The record
of victories during the season itself
was not spectacular, but the llflaize
and Blue placed second in the Dis-
trict Tournament, losing the final
game in a hair-raising battle.
The hopes of the next two years
lie in the present second team
which, so far, has given every indi-
cation of having what it takes. If
this squad works hard they should
make basketball history for Galva
Floyd Olson fCaptainj
Galva .............. 141 E. Moline .......,
Galva ...,....,...., 1 S Bradford ........
Galva .... ,..... 1 9 Alpha ............
Galva ............,. 15 VVetl1ersfield ....
Galva .... ...... 1 5 LaFayette
Galva ...,.. 23 VVoodhull ........
Galva ..... ,..... 2 1 Alpha ..............
Galva .... ...... 2 5 Geneseo .........,
Galva ...... 10 VVyorning .....,..
Galva ....,. 29 Genoseo .......,.,
Galva ...... 20 Bradford ........
Galva ...... 2111 Toulon ,.....,.,...
Galva .... ...... 2 VVoodl1ull .,,.,,..
Galva .... ...,.. I 5 VVyoming ..,.,..,
Galva .... ...... 1 2 Toulon ............
Galva .... .,.... 1 8 LaFayette
Galva ....,......... 21 Wetllersficld ..
Galva ......,....... 27 Wloodh ull ...,.... I7
Galva .... ......A 1- 9 Atkinson ........ 24
Galva ....,......... 241 LaFayette
Galva ..,..,......., 23 VVethersficld .JIS
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Galva .........,.... 23 Bradford ,,,,,...
Galva ,..... 20 Alpha ,.,.......,,,,
Galva ,..,. ...... 2 7 VVethersHeld ,...
Galvn ...,.. 6 LaFayette
Galva ..,. ....... 2 I VVoodl1ull ,.......
Galva ...... 21 Alpha .,.,..........
Galva .....,...,.... 25 Geneseo ,.........
Galva ...... l l Vllyoming ........
Galva ....., I8 Genesco ......,.,.
Galvn ...... 36 Bradford ...,....
Galva ,.,.,, 27 Toulon ....,.......
Galva ...... 144 Vvyoming ...l.s..
Galva ,,.... 32 Toulon ............
Galva ...... 18 LaFayette
Galva ......- 12 XVetl1crsfield ..
W THOR 30
llack Row-Hampton. VVestlin, Greep, Tecra, Hoare, lloyc, IJ. Larson, Seaton, Sundllerg, Morgan
M r. Romans,
Front Row-fllrew, Nordstrom, Collisler, Krantz, l'feil, XYhitc. Robinson, Simmons, Massingill, Hintz
1936 TRACK SEASGIXI
frack practice this year started
in the gymnasium as usual with
about twenty-five men reporting
on the initial night. Only one of
these is a letterman but all tl1e
others are working just as hard.
In the pole vault Greep and
VVhite are contending for a place,
and in the high jump, Hampton,
Olson, Pfeil, and Greep are work-
ing hard. Hoare and Nordstrom
in the IQO high hurdles and Collis-
ter and Greep in tl1e low hurdles
are going fine. Clollister and Doye
pump their feet as hard as they
can in the 100-yard dash and Doye
also runs the 220 well. lllorgan
and Sundberg should come through
in the AMO and Binge and Hamlin
in the half-mile.
VVestlin, Teecc, Simmons, and
Massingill work on the mile, Roh-
inson heaves both the shot and
discus, while Sundherg helps in the
shot and Hampton also helps in
the discus. Hampton and Doye
throw the javelin, and although
their ain1 isn't so good, the javelin
goes quite a Ways. In the broad
jump Collister, Greep, and Binge
sail through the air "with the
greatest of ease!"??
The first track meet this year
took place on April 16, 1936.
IVethersfield and LaFayette were
here. IVethersfield tied LaFayette
for first place with 49 points each,
while Galva received only 28
" THOR if
SUMMARY CDF 1935 TRACK SEASCN me
Last spring some sixty boys
reported for track practice, with
three lettermen returning. Be-
cause of the bad weather that
prevailed, track work was started
in the gymnasium. In the first
competition of the season, which
was a dual meet with Bradford on
April 16, Galva did not show up
so well and were beaten by ten
The second meet was at Toulon,
April 26. Here Galva showed up
to better advantage, losing by only
three points. The relay was not
run or the local squad might have
bettered their own score.
The third track meet, which was
scheduled for May 3, was post-
poned. The schools entered were
Orion, Cambridge, Geneseo, VVeth-
ersfield, and Galva.
THE COUNTY MEET
By far the most important meet
on the lVIaize and Blue schedule was
the Henry County Interscholastic
Competition held last year at Cam-
bridge, lVIay 10. Galva High
marked up a total of five Hrsts,
two seconds, and two thirds.
Firsts were won by John Galloway
in both high and low hurdles, by
Harold Binge in the half mile, by
Earl Copeland in the pole vault,
and by Eldon Hoxworth in the
Hoxworth placed second in both
the shot and broad jump, Clyde
Lind placed third in the high ump
and John Nordstrom third in the
discus. Hoxworth was high-point
man among the Galva entrants
with eleven points, while Galloway
was second with ten marks. Victor
VVhite scored for the Galva grades
by placing first in the pole vault.
Track and field totals were as fol-
lows: Galva 33, Geneseo 31,
VVethersfield 26, Cambridge 13,
Orion 12, Alpha 11.
On the day following the county
meet Galloway, Hoxworth, and
Binge entered the district meet
but only Galloway placed. He
scored nine points, winning first in
low hurdles and second in high
Those men who competed for
the last time for Galva in these
meets were: John Galloway, John
Nordstrom, lllarshall C o wl e y ,
Clyde Lind, Earl Copeland, Eldon
Hoxworth, David Anderson, Dale
April 25-Relays at Bradford.
lNIay 8--County meet here.
llfay 9-State District meet at
lNIay 15-At Geneseo.
May 20-Blackhawk Conference
Back Row-Sch11ei11er, V. Tones, Binge, Larson, Caron, Appell, Hayes, Lucku, A. jones, S. Houghton
Third R0W7R0lll1f1S, Miller, NI, Hisu, N11rIing, Lind, ID, Illoerlnrn, Miss Stimpc-rt, E. Peterson
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Vila fran de dagliga modorna och
besviiren skanktes kolonisterna uti
deras hjartevarma religion och uti
det diirmed nara sammanbundna so-
Release from the cares and the
labors of each day was afforded the
colonists by their heartfelt religion
and its social aspects.
ll - I
Hack ROVVfNl0I'g'2llI, Schmitt, Soflcrqnist
H. Hinge, Appvll, Nelson, I.. Larson.
SL-concl RowfXYestIin, Swanson, E. Hinge
li. Larson, Norling, Iioostrom, Smith, Mr
Front Row- Nic-cc, Linrl, Hcflin, johnbon
lforsv, lfrcccc, lllocslorn, His:-.
Hack Row-R, johnson, Tomamichel, R
JOIIIIFUII, IIIOCKIOTII, Heflin, Griffin.
Front Rnwflloostrom, Covell, Robertson
N1-lslm. Leaf, Schneider, Ilisc.
To every Senior Class falls the
duty of editing the GALAH1. Last
fall the Class of 1936 elected James
Forse, Mary Alice Heflin, and Irma
Freece to organize and publish a
yearbook. These three, with the aid
of Mr. Hari-od, faculty adviser,
selected the rest of the staff and
started work on an annual whose
primary purpose was to record faith-
fully the events of the past year.
The staff was aided greatly by
Mr. Lass of the Wagoner Printing
Company of Galesburg and Mr.
Marsh of the Pontiac Engraving
Company of Chicago. To these two
men go many thanks for their sug-
gestions and help in technical
The Seniors also take this means
of thanking the underclassmen who
helped on the book, but who are not
properly on the staff.
Last year's GALAH1 was awarded
a first class honor rating by the Na-
tional Scholastic Press Association
and it has been the desire of every
Senior to make the 1936 GALAIII
THE GALAH I STAFF
Editor-in-Chief ............,.. lames Forse
Assistant Editors..Mary Alice Heflin
Irma F reece
Underclasses .......... James Soderquist
Sport Editors ............ Bob Soderberg
Girls, Athletics .......... Berdine Larson
Activities Editors ...... Maxine Lind
Snapshot Editors Carrel Morgan
i Eugene Schmitt
Calendar ,..,,,,,...,.. Florene Swanson
Jokes ....,...........,....... Darrel VVestlfn
Business Manager .... Russell Johnson
Advertising .,...,..,, Lawrence Larson
Zlgfssription Harold Binge
Typists ..... ............. E ileen Binge
The Tarpaulin is the school paper
that appears weekly in the Galva
Nc-ws. It contains the news around
school, news of the clubs. organiza-
tions and athletics and special fea-
This year the Tarpaulin has been
written and edited by a regular staff
with the editorials being written al-
ternate Weeks by the Editor-in-chief
and the Assistant Editor. Every
week a biography of some pupil has
been published in order that the Stu-
dents might become better acquainted
with one another. Also this year the
Tarpaulin has been done wholly by
the students without the aid of an
adviser and credit can be given for
the fine cooperation and interest
shown throughout. It can be truly
said the Tairpaulin is entertaining
and interesting as well as a good
way to give the news to the towns-
people and students.
STAFF OF THE TARPAULIN
Editor-in-chief ,.,,...... Dwight Nelson
Helen Lucille Robertson
Senior Reporter ................ Mary Hise
Junior Reporter ........ Elizabeth Leaf
Boys' Athletics ........... Merril Griffin
Girls' Athletics .............. Mary Hefiin
Clubs and Activities
I I so
A 5 B R A G I
I. Ll gylfhllgi I
KBIG l-IEARTED l-IEIQBERTQ
llzick R0VV'I.1HIlZll'l, XVcstlin, R. Johnson, D.
Nelson, Soalerberg, Hinge, Soclerquist, Appell,
L. Larson, R. Hampton, Finlyraaten, Schmitt,
Second RowwSmith, Forse, Freece, Hough-
ton, jones, Robertson, Hayes, Swanson, Cecler-
berg, Leaf, Lusth, M. Hampton, H. Johnson.
Front Row- Kelly, Lind, Anderson, IJ. liloe-
rlorn, Heflin, Miss Lapan, ll. Larson, Hise, F.
Bloedorn, Norling, Norbom.
Standing---Nelson, Miss Lapan, L. Larson,
ll. Larson, Lapan, Robertson, Soderherg, Hef-
Seated'-ANorbom, Houghton, Binge, IIYSECL
THE 44 BIG HEARTED
The Dramatic Club was organ-
ized in 1920, by members of the
Junior and Senior classes. The
purpose of the club is to promote
interest in the drama.
The club meets the second
Wednesday of every month. The
December meeting is usually in the
form of a Christmas party. Some-
time during the year a "Make-Upn
meeting is held, at which time the
members get experience in the art
of applying make-up. One-act
plays are given at the meetings.
At the end of the year a ban-
quet is given to initiate the new
Try-outs for the Juniors and
Sophomores wishing to join the
club are held in the spring. The
contestants appear in one- act
plays directed by members of the
club. In this way they are judged
on their dramatic ability and the
members of the club get a chance
to test their ability at producing
Each year the club gives a
three-act play. This year it was
a comedy entitled 'SBig Hearted
Herbertf' which, under Miss La-
pan,s able direction was a success.
President ,.........., Russell Johnson
Vice-President .......... lVIaXine Lind
Treasurer ................ June Norling
Secretary ............ Berdine Larson
Sponsor ..... ......... lN liss Lapan
The Dramatic Club play, "Big
Hearted Herbert,,' was presented
in the High School Auditorium,
December 4, 1935, under the direc-
tion of Miss Lapan.
Big hearted Herbert, a self-
made business man, wants his wife,
Elizabeth, and his three children,
Alice, Robert, and Herbert, Jr.,
to live a plain, simple life. When
his daughter becomes engaged to a
Harvard man and Elizabeth plans
a big dinner for the prospective
son-in-law and his family, Herbert
goes into a fit of rage. He finally
consents to the marriage when his
wife serves a plain dinner of Irish
stew and apple pie to one of his
best customers and cmbarrasses
him beyond description. So in the
end he gives in to all the family,s
Herbert Kalness ..,... Harold Binge
Elizabeth Kalness..Berdine Larson
R0b61't .................... Harold Lapan
AHCC .................. Lucille Robertson
Herbert, Jr ........... Russell Johnson
Martha ................ Mary A. HeHin
Amy Lawrence .,...... Viola Norbom
Jim Lawrence ........ Dwight Nelson
lVIr. Goodrich .,.. Lawrence Larson
Mrs. Goodrich .... Sarah Houghton
lVIr. Havens ......,.., Eugene Schmitt
NTFS. Itlavens .....,,,,,,,,, Irma Frcece
' Ii? .
II. ylohnwn, I. lfreece, Miss Thulin, D.
N:-Imax, M, Hisv, R. ilolinson, H. Binge, RI.
TI-IE NUT FARM.,
Q. Aiupull, M, Hampton, Miss Thulin, H.
Ilapan, XV. Krnntz, KI, Appcll, R. Hampton,
S. Ilmighton, I'. Ceclerherg, M. Griffin, I".
EDITION ' "1
Q APPLESAUCB JI-IE NUT FARM,
The Senior Class gave a play
entitled "Applesauce", by Barry
Conners, April 22. It was a comedy
in three acts, dealing with the
The story tells of Bill McAllister
whose main idea in life is dishing out
applesauce in the form of Hattery.
It manages to get him the chief in-
terests in life, including a girl.
There are two obstacles for Bill to
overcome. The first is that Hazel,
the girl whom he is in love with, is
engaged to Rollo Jenkins, a very
industrious young man. The second
obstacle is' in the form of Haze1's
father, who is very pleased with
Rollo and has nothing good to say
for Bill. Bill marries Hazel with
just six dollars in his pocket and
although they have their ups and
downs they finally meet with successp
This amusing play contained many
a good laugh and prove-d very enter-
taining to the large number of people
who saw it. "Applesauce,' was
coached by Miss Thulin.
The cast is as follows:
Ma Robinson ...,.... Mary Alice Heflin
Pa Robinson .............. ..Harold Binge
Mrs. Jennie Baldwin .,.. Irma Freece
Hazel Robinson ................ Mary Hise
Mat McAllister ...... Harland Johnson
Bill McAllister .....,.. Russell Johnson
Rollo Jenkins ..,,........ Dwight Nelson
Under the direction of Miss Thulin
the Junior Class presented "The Nut
Farmi' on Friday, March 13. In
this case Friday the thirteenth was
far from an unlucky day for the
weather was fine and a good crowd
attended the play. The Juniors had
originally planned to present their
play more than a month before but
extremely cold weather forced a
postponement three times.
The play concerns Robert Bent
and his 330,000 with which he wants
to buy a nut farm, but his wife,
Helen, wants to become a movie star.
During the course of events, a slick
movie producer prevails on Robert
to use his 330,000 to give Helen her
big chance to star. Willie, the sup-
posed neier-do-well and nincompoop
of the family, directs the picture
with almost magic skill, and makes
the picture a success after everyone
has given up hope.
Mrs. Barton .......... Phyllis Cederberg
Willie Barton .......... Harold Lapan
Robert Bent .......... Robert Hampton
Ezra Sliscomb ,......... Quinten Appcll
Helen Bent .............. Sarah Houghton
Agatha Sliscomb..Marjorie Hampton
Hamilton I.. Holland..Frank Nelson
J. Clarence Biddefard
Harold Van Horton..Walden Krantz
Hilda .............,........,... Mabel Appell
GIRLS' GLEIE CLUB
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Iinvk Row Nlzirthzi Anmlvrson, Ilzunmcrstrzincl
Ericson, I.ncIu-, Fuion, Appcll, Cc1IurImq-rg, I.
flilyva. Xlzxfvvl .XnrIcrson,
Su-nm! Row VXI. IIm-Hin, Robrrtsrnl, N0rIing
IJ, Illm-rIm'i1. Norhmn, ll, JUIIIINUH, Ilultqnisl
A. jones, Imzif, R. Moors.
Front Rini' l.iniI, If, IIIociIorn, Ifrci-1'c, j.
HeI'Iin, Miss Hzmvr, Nl. Hise, Lewin, Srhneider
Hanlon, M. Hampton.
Ilzick Row II. Johnson, VX'sNtIin, Smlvrqiiist,
Lingo, Ilnyu, Linmlquist. Snnmlhcrg, L. Larson
Svcmirl Row--'Miss Hzmcr. Smith, Olson
Farsi-, R. klohnson, Iirwixh, ID. I.!ll'S0ll, M
Front Row-W Schmitt, Ringlr, Ilnlnpton, lint-
ton, Q. .Xpm-II, Pfcil, Gibbs, Collistcr,
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
" 41" B R A G I
THE THE L'f 2
The Girls' Glee Club is made
up of thirty girls selected by Miss
Winifred Haner, the music direc-
tor, who has supervised the Club
since 1931. These girls sing three
and four-part songs and have
made great progress in their work.
Since the beginning of the school
year, the Glee Club has appeared
before many audiences, including
the VVoman's Club, the P. T. A.,
the Teachers' Meeting, and enter-
tainments held at the high school.
Many of the seniors who will be
leaving the club this year have
appeared in several operettas 1111-
der the direction of Miss Haner.
These include "Miss Cherry Blos-
som,', "The Gypsy Roverf' and
The second semester has been
spent largely in the preparation
for the lNIusic Festival which was
held at Galva again this year
on April 29, 1936. Miss Haner
has been chairman of the event
for the two years that it has been
organized. The committee chooses
the songs to be used and these are
learned by the different schools of
the county. Each school sends
representatives on the specified
date to sing. There are two hun-
dred voices in all, and Galva has
sent the largest group of repre-
sentatives each year.
The Galva High School Boys'
Glee Club was organized in 1931,
and since that time has provided
music for entertainments in Galva
a great many times. .
VVhen the Glee Club was first
organized two-part songs were
used but the last two years the
boys have sung four-part with the
exception of a few three-part. ones.
Two years ago the Glee Club rep-
resented the High School in the
chorus contest and won second
place in competition with other
Last year the first Henry
County llffusic Festival was held
in Galva. It was discovered at
that time that Galva was one of
the few schools in the county who
had a large Boys, Glee Club. For
this reason Galva sent one of the
largest representations of boys to
the Festival. The same situation
occurred again this year with
Galva sending extra boys.
For three years the combined
Glee Clubs have presented an oper-
etta. The students have enjoyed
these very much but on account
of so many other activities this
year it was thought best not. to
give one. This was a great dis-
appointment to many members of
the Glee Clubs, especially the
The Glee Club has been directed
since its organization by Miss
Wiriifred Haner, music director of
the Galva Public Schools.
Ilzxck Row--fI.nfmcy, Miller, llnostrnm, N
Ulsun, I. lluyus, Mr. Vl1llI'1lSll6I', lion Larson
ID. Nulflm, R. julmmn, l.. l.zn'sfm, funn, llintz
Front Rowfflll, Nelson, llc-Novo, Corlxill, R
Ulsun, Ilnlv l,:n's0n, Nl. blolmsnn, llfrare.
llnck ROVVf-fN0l'll!lg, Czxtou, lluycs, Ccrlcr
Iwcrg, Appull, Ilrzmt, Ilulloxvay, Peterson, Rub!
CTISUII, Glas, Larsrm.
lfrout Rnww llammerluncl, lforse, H:-Hin
Miss Almrznnsml, Lnclec, SCl1I'lClflt'T, Nelson
This is the second year that the
band has been organized, and it
has progressed considerably under
the direction of Mr. Thrasher.
During the summer, lessons were
again given by Captain Clayborn
Harvey from Chicago, and sev-
eral new members were able to join
the band when school opened.
The band played for football
games and school plays. Several
parties were held during the year,
one being a Christmas party which
was in form of an initiation for
the new members.
A bass horn was reconditioned
and the band was fortunate to
have VVilliam Greeson, who for-
mally played mellophone with the
Normal school band, to play this
horn. This is a real asset to the
band because a bass horn is really
the hub of the band. In May a
concert was given for the purpose
of raising money to pay for the
work done on this horn.
This year the band will lose a
number of its members, and it is
hoped that the student body will
show more enthusiasm for it and
will help to increase the band to
twice its present size instead of
letting it dwindle, as it has since
it was organized.
The Officers are:
President ...,......,... Dwight Nelson
Quartermaster .... Lawrence Larson
Librarian ...,......., Janis Boostrom
Director ..... ...... ly Ir. Thrasher
The Inter Nos is a club whose
original purpose was to promote
interest in Latin. Since its first
organization, however, French has
been introduced into the school
curriculum and Inter Nos now in-
cludes both Latin and French
students among its twenty-two
members. Only students getting
a grade of "A" or "B" during the
first six weeks are allowed to join,
although new members are added
at intervals, provided that their
grades are high enough. Because
high scholastic standing is a re-
quirement of membership Inter-
Nos is probably one of the most
exclusive clubs in school.
Monthly meetings are held
throughout the year, with business
meetings and social gatherings
held alternately. The first meet-
ing is always held at the school
and is purely a business one, while
a party follows the next month.
Due to the small membership of
the club, parties are often held at
the homes of members.
In order to gain a better under-
standing of Latin and the Roman
people special reports are gener-
ally given at the meetings.
Each year the club tries to make
enough money to buy a gift of
lasting worth to the school.
The Officers are:
President ................ June Norling
Vice-President .... Loretta Schneider
AdViS0r ................ Miss Abramson
Pin 55 di
I-IOME ECONOMICS CLUB
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
llack Row- Collinson, I. Thomlison, Lusth,
I.1ndIion1, Iiofluen, I'. Rosc, Nixon, II. Larson,
faton, IJ. Illocflorn, Hinge, Sayle, Lucke, IJ.
Olson. Collins, Naslund.
Tliird RowfI'IuIti1uist, Ilawkinson, Ifriclcson,
I. Tliompson, fioofllcy, Norlvom, M. Rose,
Andvrson, Conley, Rlrs. Vogclsaiig, III. Hayes,
Spencer, Jackson, Steagall, XYICIQ:-y, Hanlon,
Appcll, I.. Ilayes, Marvel Anderson.
Second Row--VF. llloedorn, M. I-In-Hin, liall,
I-Iedlnnd, XVestlin. Fovcll, I. Hn-Hin, IlcNovo,
Yocum, Houghton, Sperry, Carr, IJ. Swanson
lXIiigrap4c, I.. johnson, jones.
Front Row Simmons, Sellon, II, johnson
Morse, III. Peterson, I-Iammerstrand, Matson:
Hampton, Kelly. IJ. Peterson, Mclllillan, Mar-
tha Anderson, H. Olson, I. Hayes, V. Norbom,
Ilack Row-Ilocleen, Mahaffey. A, Erickson
Strand, Simmons, Swanson, R. Miller, Koster:
I'fciI, RI. Carlson.
Third Row---Kannlc. Jones, Cromicn, Fin-
hraaten, farroll, Mr. Ilrakcnsiek, VY. Carlson,
Nordstrom. Cubbons, En1.5slrand. Nelson.
Second Row-Ringlc, Harlow, Q. Appell, F.
Olson, Nl. Appell, Robinson, Sundluerg, Hutton,
Swan, l'I. Olson.
Front Row- Thominson, R. Olson, I.aulJ, I.
Johnson, V. Erickson, Roberson, Alderman,
Ilazellcaf, Ii. johnson, Corkill.
The Home Economics Club of the
Galva High School is one of the
newer school organizations, having
been started only last year. It has
flourished well, however, having a
membership this year of about
ninety. Girls taking foods, clothing,
or home management are eligible to
membership or any girl having had
three years of Home Economics
Some of the interesting activities
of the club this year have been: an
"Acquaintance Tea" for all Fresh-
man girls in September, repairing
and dressing dolls, a Christmas din-
ner for a needy family at Christmas,
a travel program about Sweden, a
George Washington dance for mem-
bers of the basketball team, Future
Farmers of America, and the "G"
Club, a demonstration on how to ap-
ply cosmetics to which all girls in
school were invitedg and a Mother-
Daughter banquet at which Miss
Adah Hess, State Supervisor of
Home Economics, spoke.
In November, four girls, Eileen
Binge, Louise Hayes, Jeannette
Heflin, and Jean Goodley accompan-
ied bv Mrs. Vogelsang, Home Eco-
nomics instructor, attended the State
Convention of Student Home Eco-
nomics Clubs, in Chicago. Eileen
Binge was invited to speak before a
group of about five hundred girls,
concerning the activities of the
Galva Club. -
The local club is affiliated with the
Illinois Home Economics Association
and also the American Home Eco-
nomics Association. The oflicers of
the club this year were:
President .........,.......,., Eileen Binge
Secretary ..............,,...,.... June Morse
Treasurer .. ..... Francille Bloedorn
In September, all the boys in the
agricultural department. which is a
new addition to the 'school curricu-
lum, met and formed a chapter of
Future Farmers of America. Virgil
Sundberg was elected President,
Floyd, Olson, Vice-President, Mar-
tin Appell, Secretary, Forrest But-
ton, Treasurer, and Ward Robinson,
In November the FL F. A. boys
brought food from home and had a
father and son's banquet, charging
forty cents a plate. There were
eighty-two fathers and sons present
and they spent a very enjoyable
In December, thirty boys went to
the International Livestock Show in
Chicago. VVhile there they went
through the Swift 81 Company pack-
ing house. They were also shown
around the stockvards.
On December 13, the Sectional
Fair was held here in the gym. It
was an exhibition of poultry and
seed corn. There were fourteen
schools entered with 475 entries from
ninety-three boys. The boys eligible
from the Galva department were
VVallace Pfeil and Alvin Erickson.
VVallace Pfeil received two firsts, one
second, and a third on his poultry.
Alvin received second and third
Outstanding among the social
events sponsored by the F. F. A. was
a dance for the Home Economics
Club and the G. A. A. Levi Nye
and his orchestra played for this
highly successful affair.
On lNIarch 11, 1936, the F. F. A.
boys elected the ofhcers who will
serve until April 1, 1937. The fol-
lowing were elected: ,
President ..................., Donald Jones
Vice-President ,,,..... Merlyn Carlson
Secretary .......... ..... X Vallace Pfeil
Treasurer ....... .......... R obert Olson
Reporter .. .... Gerald Nordstrom
TI-IE STUDENT CCUNCII.
TI-IE 4462 CLUB
Hack Row- COOII, Te-ace, Mr. Robertson
Appcll, Green, Nelson.
Front R0wfMiss XYarrcn, Tionstrom, Binge
Hampton, johnson, Mrs. Vngelsang.
Rack Row-Norbom, Morgan, Smith, Teecc
lircep, Soderquist, Johnson, Mr. Romans.
Ifrnnt Row ---V Lindquist, Olson, Snderherg
Binge, Appcll, Hampton, Nelson, Roblnson
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Two officers of each class, the
president and vice-president, auto-
matically become members of the
student council, which holds meet-
ings at regular intervals through-
out the school year. Class advis-
ers and other faculty members
occasionally attend these meetings.
The council is legislative in
character and gives the students
an opportunity to provide solutions
for the various problems that arise
during a school year.
This last year the council has
also tried to foster a better school
spirit and better attendance at
athletic events by sponsoring an
attendance contest. The losers,
who were the Freshman and Soph-
omore classes, gave a party for the
winners, the upper two classes.
Senior representatives to the
council are Harold Binge and
lNIartin Appellg Junior representa-
tives, Robert Hampton and Frank
Nelsong Sophomore representa-
tives, Robert Teece and Robert
Greepg and Freshman representa-
tives, Hildegarde Johnson and
The Officers of the Council are:
President ................ Harold Binge
Vice-President .... Robert Hampton
Secretary ...... Hildegarde Johnson
Treasurer ............ Janis Boostrom
Miss Wfarren, Mrs. Vogclsang,
Mr. Robertson, Mr. Romans
The "G" Club was organized
during the school year 1932-1933,
when a constitution and a set of
by-laws were adopted. To become
a member a boy must have won a
major letter in either football,
basketball, or track. Letters are
won in football and basketball by
playing in one more than the total
number of quarters played, and in
track by placing in the Henry
County track meet.
lklembers of the club who won
their letter in football are: lilartin
Appell, Harold Binge, Robert
Greep, Robert Hampton, Harland
Johnson, Earle Lindquist, Carrel
iMorgan, Frank Nelson, James
Norbom, Floyd Olson, VVard Rob-
inson, Ray Smith, Robert Soder-
berg, James Soderquist, Virgil
Sundberg, and Robert Teece.
VVinners of the "GW in basket-
ball are: lNIartin Appell, Harold
Binge, Robert Hampton, Russell
Johnson, Donald Larson, Law-
rence Larson, Frank Nelson, and
Harold Binge is the only letter-
man in track at present fMay 1,
Together with the F. F. A., the
"G" Club sponsored a dance in
honor of the G. A. A. and the
Home Economics Club. This was
the first year for such an endeavor
and its success promises many
more dances next year.
Our steno the Hrst semester.
M. R."--our boss.
VVe have to look up to Sam here.
Snapshot editors at Work.
YVork for the night is coming.
The faculty wonit believe this.
Rawbones practicing the shot
Still more pals.
Miss Lapan looks contented
Guess who took this picture of
Stimp-and her pyramid.
P5 det att handel mitte biittre och
med fiirtroende expideras, etablerade
Bishop Hill Kolonien ett stabilt och
tillfijrlitlight pappers-mynt system
fscript currencyj sikallad.
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1935-36 CALENDAR FOR SCI-IOGL YEAR
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, Grce ig Freshman, Hilde arde Johnson.
P reshmen. I V g I
27?-Football game at Knoxville. Knoxville
10--'First of the Northwest assembly pro-
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grams-"Brown and Meneleyf' , ,im t' ml I one 0 our
best football players, broke his leg' in
19-V--Class Presidents elected, Senior presi- this game.
0C'1'Ol3Eli 12-Organized the Pep Club on this date.
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playing Wyoming. ' him 'fini " ' - ' " ' ' 50 e
10--Cheerleaclers elected. Irma Freeee, 24-Report Cards are distributed for the
Mary Hise, Russell Johnson, and Dar- first time. Some revipients are feeling
rell Westlin. good, others are not.
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I, Viola Norbom, will my singing I
ability to Alvin Ericson.
I, Floyd Olson, will my physique I
to Virgil Lambert.
VVe, Marie Olson and Norma Olson, S
will our gossiping ability to l
Caroline Bodeen. .
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We, Eugene Schmitt and Lowell I at all tunes
Ringle, will our skating ability I A
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brown eyes to Max Roberson.
We, Virg'l Sundberg and Harold
Binge, will our wrestling ability VV,
to Harlan Palmer.
I. Mildred Rosander, will my shape and
to Dorothy Peterson. :
I, Josephine Thompson, will my I
operation to Merril Griflin. 1 K. VV. TIIODTAS
I, Darrel Vvestlin, will my bluffing I
ability to John Cromien. I
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'lwulillf Hearted Herberth was the name 12--The F. F. A. Club has an "Ag" fair at
5-Mr. Harrocl tells about seeing Colleen
of the Dramatic Club Play. It was a
Moore's famous Doll House. My, my,
Mr. Harrod, do you still like dolls?
Galva. All kinds of noIses were heard
in the svhool.
19-Latin Club liacl a Christmas party,
20-VVon't be long before it will be time
for Santa Claus.
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told that the Swedes eat at least six
times ai day. VVe're afraid our school
is going to miss some of the members
because they are going to Sweden.
9'-IIUIIUY' C1355 P12153 "The Nut FPIFIIIN, 23--Junior Class Play is postponed to
SOOH- February 5. The weather is bad.
21-Home Ee. Club members heard zz talk 30-Seniors have a class party. Everyone
on the Customs of Sweden. They were enjoyed themselves.
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I, Roy VVick, will my walking abil-
ity to Max Roberson.
I, James Soderquist, will my foot-
ball ability to Quinten Appell.
I, Irene Hawkinson, will my car to
I, Sam Hoare, will my romances to
any who need them.
Having hereby disposed of all our
worldly and unworldly possessions
we, the said Senior Class, in the
presence of witnesses and with due
process of law, do hereby set our
hand and seal on this First day of
April in the year of our Lord. one
thousand nine hundred and thirty-six.
Signed: CLASS OF 1936.
John Romans, Jr.
Janet Sue Brakenseik
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SHELL SERVICE STATION
VV. E. MURNEN, Proprietor
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H. R. Hathaway, Proprietor
HARDVVARE -- SKELGAS -- HEATING
SHEET METAL VVORK
Telephone 149 Galva, Illinois
NASH and LAFAYETTE CARS
DODGE and PLYHIOUTH CARS DODGE TRUCKS
Goom'EAn ,FIRE SERVICE S'rAT1oN
Storage - Repairing - Car VVashing - VVrecker Service
Open Day and Night Chicago Motor Club Service Station
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to lighten human labor . . . shorten
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I The Galva Telephone Co. I
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Mr. Robertson-Can you explain to us
what a vacuum is?
Schmitt-VVell, I've got it in my mind,
but I ean't explain it.
Thrasher-I am explaining this to you so
that vou when vou are old enou h to vote
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can do so rightly. If you do not pay attene
tion to me, when it comes time for you to
vote, it will not be my fault, but-
Class finterruptingj-Your own.
Miss Haner-All right, that's enough for
the "Temple Bells", let's try "Going Home."
Class frushing outj-Hurray!
Rubeilvlr. Robertson, I notice that every
time I pass Irma, I get a distinct shock.
Mr. RobertsonaVVell, perhaps it is be-
Cause everything she has on is charged.
Ray Smith-Boy, oh boy, I got an "A"
Ray-Aw, why bring that up?
Mr. Robertson-Now can you suggest a
good appropriate motto for the senior class?
Maxine Lind-You can lead a horse to
water but you cantt make him think.
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GALVA'S LARGEST VARIETY STORE
I "The place you are always welcomen I
2 SCHOOL SUPPLIES - CANDIES' - NOTIONS - KITCHENVVARE I
I DRUG SUNDRIES - GIFT GOODS - TOYS' I
I DRY Gooos - CHINAWARE - Etc. I
I Ben Franklin Store I
T Market Street E. J. CARLSON, Proprietor Galva, Illinois
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ULASS OF 1936-
lllny you over prosper ....
Rlzxy your zunbilions :md
clQ'f01'n1lnzLlio11s crown all your
c-fforfs wifh Sllf'f'l4lSS ....
Bert W. johnson
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Cattle and Poultry and
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Zipper Feed Storei
Pllone 5144 S. Iixclmange St. i
GALVA, 1LL1No1s 1
A spare Button.
First aid and water.
The bar flies.
Peppin' is their business.
Bones and Burr-dignified
I love to lead 11 band.
John Romans :ind son.
Studious Rube. V
A drummer is Bunk.
Speed and less speed.
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with the news .I
J. I. TOXVNSEND
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tins book would
Office-316 Main St. Galva, Ill. not be possible!
JOHN M. ALFORD, M. D.
DR, C, F, SCHXKVAB ROBERT H. STEWART, M, D
DENT IST Ph.y.sic'ians
325 Main Street
DR. LEO C. BURCKY
MYRON G. MEAN S,
DRNTIST M' D'
Pllfmff H PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
DR- VVILLIAM J. CURTIS
MARIAN A. ALMGRRN ATTORNEY AT LAW
OSTEUPATHIC PHYSICIAN Best Building
116 S. VV. 11-th Street Galva, Illinois
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GARRIGA ME T MARKET
FRESH AND SALT MEATS
Poultry 3 Fish A Oysters
H iglzest Prices for Butcher Stock
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F li B R VAR Y
6--Juniors are again postponing their 17,
play. The weather is still bud.
7-H. K. Thrasher tells facts about him-
self and also that his favorite dish is
Frank Douglas QILYK' as talk on "Klon- '
:like Gold Rush."
Didn't go to school last Week. lirr-Brr
too cold. VVQ- were told that it was to
he our spring vacation. The thermom-
eter said nearly 20 degrees below zero
all the week.
Initiated new members in G. A. A. Club.
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A Safe Place to Trade
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Special Made-to-Measure Suits
354 Front St. GALVA, ILLINOIS
LamIJert's Electric Shop
Telephone 25 5
Auto Accessories Electrical Repairing
Battery and Tire Service
224- Market Street -:- Galva, Illinois
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CL'STUlVI II.X'IlCI-IING I'UI,'I,'l'RY FEEDS AND SUPPLIES
ULD liELl1XI5l,E ACME FOR FIGS AND HUGS
Phone 32 GALVA, ILLINOIS
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Q REGULAR DINNERS OR SHORT ORDERS
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T Expert Repairing on any Make of Car including T
T Relmoringr, Hydraulic Brakes, Painting, Radiator Repairing and Flushing T
, PENNZOII, and RILEY PENN OILS ,
l PYRUII.--Simply add to gas and oil. Does what oil alone cannot. 1
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hall honor letters were distributed to
5-Sta rt LhGAI.A H i U sale.
9-Latin Club had a "Leap Year' party.
EVCTYUUC had fun- 24-General Assembly was called and a
13iA.xt last the Juniors gave the play, very interesting and educational talk
"The Nut Farm". lt was really worth
was given on "Safety VVhen Driving."
. . . 212-'P ivds we ph l s l' 'fte
18--Just imagine only one senior on the I Ht re S Ortenm 0 tldt d T
honor roll. That was Berdine Larson.
I.et's give her three cheers.
school we had a dance. The music was
very good. Everyone had a good time.
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APRIL 22 -Senior Class Play, "AppleSa1u'e". It
2-3sAn mwxpected spring vacation. was good und that is no applesauce.
3+lVlany Seniors visited llrzullc-y College. 24 4Grzulc Music- l"estival. Negro Singers
27-Latin Club party.
17-AJel'fI-ey fyliilril entcrtuilwcl us for Pl
cleligzhtflll hour. 29-4-High School Music Fc-stivul,
13-I-P Drmnatic' CIIIII try-outs.
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8--Plmynical Iicluczition D8IIlilI1StTIlIIllIl. 22---Junior-Senior Prom. A very delightful
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8-Henry County InITvrsc'lmIusti1' Mex-t. 25--Alumni party.
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