Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL)

 - Class of 1953

Page 1 of 88

 

Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1953 Edition, Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1953 volume:

'9 M' zwfil , ! 5 5'0- ijt.--4,-11 Hali- XX XX XX XXXX XXX f T X IIHIICAIIU M155 Mxldred Lapan Mr Ray Young M155 Thelma Dav15 To you M155 Thelma Dav1s M155 M11dred Lapan and Mr Ray Young we the class of l953 w1sh to dedxcate our Galah1 We w1sh to pay you tr1bute M155 Davms because as our class sponsor you have so unself1sh1y g1ven your t1me and thought to our class problems as well as our per sonal ones Through your careful plannlng and cons1derat1on you have gu1ded each class venture to a successful completlon To you, M155 Lapan, we w1sh to express Mr Young, we w1sh to thank you for our appreclatmon for your kmd under your w1ll1ngness to help whether 1t 15 standmg and ready wxlllngness to help at problems 1n phys1cs and chemlstry or any t1me our own httle ones To each of you, we extend our thanks for makmg our school l1fe more complete - 'A f - Hn , ' A ' H f v . 5- -11l"'-Y - 'fy-.,., , - 2 ' I ' ffpfae'f1'Y1-Eff - 'fiffj f . ll 'f , gif-:':fgfi, I f c A D - ,, vi. V,-,q..1,g-, 35:4 " , k f-'Q i'71 rj ff.,-' :,"q4M's.c I A fi.: u . A .,.km.,,,,., ,, 'S',,,: , 1 ' 1 - I l ' ! D , . S 9 D 7 MX xxxwwx xx 1 Y fx I -S 0 S 'ff S p rim d P p 1 MrH.M.Rb MXE.Hk MW 'Vx MR. ROBERT GROVE Social Scicnceg Basketball 8L Track Coachg Senior Advisor 8E 'G" Club Adxrsor MISSLELMA PEARD English I, II, 81 IVQ Sophomore Advisor MRS. LENA NASH Matliematicsg Advisor of Galahi 8i Student Council MISS GRACE DIEHL General Science 81 Biology Director of Visual Education: Junior Advisor 4 Li. ., A MR, CARL WHITEHOUSE Shop, Drafting, 8aAuto-mevlianicsg MR. DALE LONG Agriculture 8L Farm-sh Advisor of F F.A. MRS. ELVA WHITEHOUSE Home Economissg Advisor of F.l-l. A . MISS MARGARET BELL Home Econornivsg Advisor of F. H. A. , 'P KN! This Page Sponsored by GALVA CREAMERY Advisor of Galahi, Student Council, 81 OP F.C A Q.. MISS ELSIE PEYER LAIRD .UIQ Fresiirnan A L MRS. JUELL DLREN Comrnercfg bfnror Arg. iso: MISS NELROSE CORKILL Voc-al MR. LEONARD SMITH Bandg Advisor of Junior Clue Honor Soocri, 7 E E E vw Xxx 'N 3x32 'I al o CAT A2500 MR. H, RAY YOUNG Scicncc 84 Mallicinarmsg Junior Advisor . MISS THELMA DAVIS English I 81 Libariang Library Club MISS MILDRED LAPAN English, Speech, 81 Latin fa 8cF.T.A. This Page Sponsored bv VNIINDISH MILL gl FARMER S PRODUCE Advisor of Senior Class 81 Advisor of Sophomore CL -I MRS. ERICSON School Nurse MR, FRED IACOBIET Boys' PhQ.'s1cal Educationg Football Coachg Advisor of Freshman Class A "G" Club NIISS NIARIORIE DUNLAP n,. 'X 1.11 MRS McDOWELL Secretary MRS HELEN ANDERSON D1et1t1an and Head of the Hot Lunch Program NIRS MARIE COLLINSON Secretary "'i"v-w D 4 Glrls Phxs cal Educauon -Xdx sor of Freshman Clas 8. RA Y V' av gy, x"" Y I .5 Dfw An-. -'-Q. 6 9 This Page Sponso Q vw MR DAN MOHLER Janlror ig! MR KEITH ROBINSON ,rs 1 -4. red by GARRIGAN H.S. GARRIGAIVS ICE 81 COAL. Head Iamtor 'S MARKET 8: Sl IIIRS ii Q ? G? fmx O L Ex 121 . Q! ,J wma 0 . h 1 RJ!-fr' 1 ' :iq ..' ! - 5: t D ff H di A 2 A P X A JJ ff I 1 . ' L , - ' 4 X1 - 1. ' f N An.,-.1 -N Jl- R wi, "Nq- --R., . v... . V. W "-mx ' 'M-.y ' ' - fl-., u- - .. mu .Wx lin...-. ' U NM -X I I ,s W' 24 L , ---...N-M J , -V . . A. . T fJ"""drf1 li ' ' ' " vs., -' -.K - : ' " , U I Q . i , , Q ' ' N ' V -. H . . 3 ij.: ' vs l ' f 3 Vt' ' - 5 if V - v ' ' , Y ' 5 A il ' ,V 1f ' , ' ff f fy I 1 r 'Q 2 ?'E' , 5 E 9 A W, tg 1 4 ' 2 " ggi L If V ga . 1 ' AH? ' ' 1 ' . I , 1, - ' A fs mi 1 j. . 1 1 ' - . 5 f 4 1 f 'Q-4 ' Vi ' ' 1 , ' i i : 55 , I f X 5 ' s 5 ' 1 3 Y . . g , 'QJQH iiq- ' ,S WAYNE ,-K13BOT'I' A . , 1- T ., I ,. lg B1acl111a11.l1 X111 11 F1 1111.11 B Q 11ba1l 1 C111 3 X11 N 5161 3 .1 C11ah 513 ox JXXIE5 B XBCUC 1x 1 L cannot 1 11 1111 L 11111111 ., 0 C .1p1a1 1 1111111 13 L11I C111111111 I 1 V is- 'L lx Ll 3 11113 D XVID 1ND1jR5ONl Daxe 511111011552 o 111g 1111122 51111 011111 aw DOUC1Ab XNDERSON Doug 11111 15 paxed 111111 5,00lj 1111111110115 001115111 1 3 Trac 1 2 13.1111 1 all ... 65 'K 3 L LLOHD A-.XDFRSON Nlartha 1111 Cares are 11011 all 01111111 1L11D41'Fx 234 F001 A 7LXlL.1C.1113 C11 2 B1 55 1 X11 'W L O WL L 36? 1 11111111 1101111111111 12 . 1111 buff ., ,- V S1L1LI1I2 51111111 111151111 D1 Lgdln to bI1IL C111111111111114 :- 'wil 1'1111111111a11 1101015 2 f" DON XLD BE111NlxL 4-nn. 11 1 111.1QI:11111I111 11 XL 111 b 11111 1111 1111 5' 111 , 1 wma 01.11 1 OLd11 a C1155 P1111 3 NdI1Ol1il 1111 or 1 11 7-Y-' T11.1511r11 .1 5lu111111Cou1111l T11 1 Q 1 1 A1101 pa1111511 ., hz. p11 11 Qx 1 1 X Lk P11 L1L111 1 11 11011 1 1111x111 XCK 'P' Shack A Earloub box Football l Baalmtball 1 T111 11 EVERETT BON AR 11l11o1bud111 a F Olb.31l 1 3 Track 1 m.Ib'111 I G C111 F C -K 2 3 4 Ga1ab15la Chorus 2 Al.11 IN 111 210111.11111 ' ,-. V' a.k- ,Z, 3,4. C1a5i1'1.11' 3. I ' , 5, T13 , ,4. F.C.A. 2, 3. ' 1111 'f.' X .1u' ,,.1. 1'ff.g,BJ's ' wgsbj' 'M 5VXl13l'1' ,.1, f 115311 1, ,TX 1 - ' 1 lfffi- ' 5 -1 '. 143 F.11. -1. 2,5,4. g-Q Q , -'O F ,ai 11 1.-Ab 'W ' I,2. F.C..1. 2,3,4. F.F..11. 3,4. -1 - 11, A , V . . Q r K 'li -' 1 " " ' 2 , Al. 'A 1 1? GC '. .,. 1, , ,. ball ' v ' 1 1.2,3,4. F.C. . 4. A 1 1 1 I ' ,- if ,JK X I "J1l1" W2 LQ P51 '15, 1:11 1 1,.'Z,3.',C-I 114, Bllfk' 1 1,2,3,4, '1'.c111,3,3,4, Stud' , " ,2,3. Tram. 2. 1111-- l1'." ' . -a5S1'11'511l1f111 1, , 11111 W l'2.3v4.H311L115'5T1V81 1, 2, 3,.1. 10111 J N1:,.111ll, Na11111111111111 151 '11, 3,4. ' Q h C141fsP141j. 5, G Club 2, 3,.1, Vlcc 't ., 110: ' 4. 1' 1 1j 311Cl1dI111l 2, Q fqx ...QV Gala X '. F.C,1X. 2,5,.3. Vlcc 5 V K V 11, 1 . 'L . j 1 . ff" if g 1. 1 ... an Task., ie.. Q- '53 ', "i 11- rf' 11 bali,-A "Do " -1111 1' . -411 lf QA 3.11 11111, L ' ul ni '1 1.11. f m ul . B411 1,L,3,1. 131111111-. '.l1,2,g,4, ,"" V 1' ,2,4, V 'V 1-s111'l1,2,.1, ' gf 7 'X ' .1"' 4 11 50':'1.3,.1. , . 1 , .V - . l ' 1- 1 - 1. 'pp M' XI 1' F N111 " 11 ,2,3, '. "1 la sb X , ' 51111111 C.1111p1, B111 11 ,1" 25: - 4, v , ' v P1'1:111111. 1. 131, 2. 1f.T..-X. 4. X ' 'R . Q1 Xu. A -,l. " . ' X' , 1. F.C.A. 1.3.4. gk . A 1-11 "Bud" ' -v ' ' o 2 . .2. 8 . . Bash' . 12. 13 2.3.4- . , . . A ff4. 32 Q'-V Xa- ITN ls 19' sfo! LYINN E-XDIE IN n Lowe sb d Class Presrdentl 3 Class Play 3 A 2 3 4 Ba Festrval I 2 3 4 Band Presrdent 4 Vocal Nlusrcl 2 3 4 Trrple Trro 1 2 3 4 Vocal Musrc Festrval ,V 3 4 Po Keeper 2 Vrce Presrdent 4 Home comrnb attendant I 3 Student Counc 13 Secretarx 3 Galahr Staff 4 Delegate to State Conxen t1on3 Grrr s State Natronal Honor Soc ery 3 4 Football Queen 4 Prelrmrnary Honors 2 DUANE ELSE Duane Servrce rs no herrtage mbrrdgeorno F F -X l2 3 Treasurer3 Sentrnal4 Student Counc1l3 Galah Staff4 Black hawk Vocal Festrval 3 4 ?"' 'TID' IAN ENGSTROM Brg Ian Let the world slrde Basketballl 2 3 Trackl 2 Footballl 2 3 Varrety Nrght CassPlay3 F T A 4 WAYNE ERICSON Hustler A llttlelg and soon hot ndl 2 3 4 2 3 4 C Vrce Presrdent 3 Blackhawk Band Festrval t 2 3 4 'lily Kqyy, A PAUL BROWN Dallas Leaxe me not alone RICH ARD CARPER Cat Old fashron please rne best Foorballt 2 3 Trackl 2 Stuclent Councrl 1 3 4 Vrce Presrdent 3 Delegate to State Conventron 3 Varrctx Nrght I Class Pla 3 Class Pres1dent3 4 Eclrtor rn chref Galaln Staff 4 CYRIL CERVANTES lelo Better three hours too soon than a mrnute too late GLENN CHARLSOIN Glenn Clear Conscrence IS a sure card Mrnnesotat 2 3 Band! 2 3 Track Manager2 F F A 3 'F 3 M' N km' 40- 'fu do 4 ,. ,, is f fi ' 4. at 4 f , .7 'T 2- f V- Ast, J Af, 4 ' ' ' ' U ' ' N - t , . . ' - . U , wt' I u , H , ., -. -,a f' 'iff F-L."-.", I' - Q , , 4 y -- 4. d-- C' R' 'F ' 3 ' F.T. . 4 as H 4' .--C+ . . ' to, A ,. "ffl Q L 'gl gilin. ' F.T. . 4. Band -I, , , . nd l12:3:4z G,A,A, t,2, , , int ii'?"if55Z V 5 4 . I - , 1 XX, , - X . , 4, V 1 , V . r 1 . G V D ev, I 1 I' , . 1 . N A A V' l Ca ' . , ,4. , - . . Cr N N f p Q " ' " ,..-.4 -- 4 5 1 ..... A N ,3 H I' ' 4 ,J Ba . T . F.C.Ai-C , . -lass 55' - - viii QR '90- OWEN FREED Fred Fortune good ntght smtle once more turn thx wheel Football I 2 3 4 etballl 2 3 DONALD GARRIGAN f 2 Q' Uncle Dave The wealth! curled darltng of our natton Basketball I 2 3 4 Track I 2 Nattonal Honor Soclety 3 8:17 Student Counctl I 4 Prestdent 4 MU' Betty Wtsdom IS the Brtnclbal thtng A 2 3 4 Galaht Sta 'rn E Nattonal Homor Soctety3 4 G A A 2 Preltmtnarx Honors 2 MARCIA KNAPP Marcta A-riot-gi Ertc V A 3 GIrlsC 2 3 4 Nltx Chorus 2 3 StudentCounc1l 2 3 Student Councll Treasurer 3 Football Queen Attendant 4 Delegate Student 14" Counctl Conventton 2 WILIIAM KUGLER Wtllte Methmlcs he seems no btgger than hts ad P C 3 4 Tm H Q JAMES LIINDBERG Irm Some Vlllillll hath done me wrong etballt 2 3 Tra lc G Clu cretary 2 3 Stunt Iwtght I F C 10 A 234 FCA Secret Treasurer 2 Box s State Galahl Staff 4 Class Secretary Treasurer 3 Prestdent I G Club4 Homecomtng Attendant 3 Preltmtnary Honors 2 35 fi' X Nz" Q LINDA HUTSON Hut A ggheart ts worth 1 A 2 3 4 F H A Repor A I 2 3 4 Ltbrary Club Class Play 3 Galahr Staff 4 Home comtng Queen 4 JAMES KEELEY Jtm He was ever Erectse and E mtse keeptng Annawanl 2 Basketballt 2 3 4 Trackt 3 Football I 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 QI -i 1 Bask - TT ,4. F.c.A. 23.4. E 'l al .f T V . . Qv- l 4 . . -" A ' f fs .- A - -4. ' A ' xxx F . C . . , , .... ary- . 0-3 . " Q ' . I x . - . , 3 1 'f A ' ' ' I ' -' Hg L Id. F.H. . I, , , .... ter fs' ' G.A.. ' 3,4 C' ' A ro ' -' . ' 7.3. , I 1 - . ,4- BETTY KENNEY 2 .. .. . . I . . I , f do F.H. .1,,,T1' ff4. A 113 I I t - . , 1 . . , - I V I ' 3 e ,I R.O. . .I,2, . ' horus1,2,3,4. F.H,A. 2.3. G.A.A. ,,.t'.ed 3 he' . '. .A. 2,3,Z F.F.AT, . ck , 4 Q, I,2,3. a.ketball 1,2,3. A, Q C , E , Bask ' , , ,4. c 2. . b 2, 3,4. L . Se H ' , , ' " . . .A. 2,3,4. , 5 X.- EX-.- Q DONNA JEAN NELSON Donna Jean Sgeak what E know rary ClubI F H A 4 I 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 3 WILBUR NELSON B111 Not a mcer gentleman born A I 2 3 4 Jun1orPresrdent I Secretary 2 PresIdent3 4 State Farmer 3 Football 2 3 4 Co Captarn 4 Basketball 3 Basketball Manager 2 Track I 2 3 4 Vrce Presrclent Class 3 GalahrStaff4 Band I 2 3 4 Banu Festival I 2 3 4 Nltxed Chorus 3 4 Musrc Festrval 3 4 G Club 2 3 4 Prestdent 4 Boys Chorus 3 4 mild-1 "5f"" ROBERT OLSON Bob M every Inch a In Class Presrdent 2 Class Vtce Presrdent I Galahr Staff 4 Class Play 3 Student Counctl 1 2 3 DIstr1ctConventIon Delegate 2 3 Band I 2 3 4 Band Festrval I 2 3 4 Vocal Musrc I Vocal Musto Festrval I Basketball Manager 3 G Club 4 Prelrmmary Honors 2 Natlonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Vtce Presrdent 4 Boy s State Commence ment Honor Guard 3 F T A 4 RAYMOND PALMER Raymo Beaten wrth hrs own rod 'fx' WP-p JACK PETERSON Pete He has a heart as sound as a bell Footballr 2 3 Basketballl 2 F C A 2 3 Class Play 3 Galahr Staff4 P Prelrmtnary Honors 2 Blackhawk Vocal Fest1val3 4 Quartet 3 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 4 IOAN POBANZ Io -Open rebuke IS better than secret love Vocal I Blackhawk Vocal Festrval I Student Counctll Class Play 3 G A A 3 4 Nauonal Honor Socrety 3 4 Lrbrary Club 4 HA 1234 FHA Treasurer4 C Vlce Prestdent 2 Galahl Staff 4 Prehmtnary Honors 2 LARRY INICHOLS Larry He s a Mdevrl A I 2 3 4 Repo ERIC NORDSTROM Sf Ertc Nothtng IS Imoossrble t wrlltng heart 1 35- ' "' .t Lib .... I 2 3 .C5.A.A. A Q I' X ' ' ' .A 4 Y , V Av ? I Q H b H L' v n 3 H 53 , F.F. if , . ' A' . -,m- s l ' . ' , . ,K X 14 ff . ' , , . - - f A V . . ' . X' . I ' . XII, . U , . , ., , . 1 If I f 4 M .ff 7 If V H U ' ? 1 33 3' ...- - H an F.F. . ,,,. 2, sv . ,, . , . A I tx A ' ' + ' Il ll ' ' ik' E. V . ' , g . . , is tr 'I' , . , , , . r Y ' . .I ' . 2 "V Q.- . I . . . . 51 ' .. .. . , .2 '54 1 iml-....4 I 2 A x n. 0 ' l ' R .lass 5 . . . . . . . y. ffl .Q--. add DARLEINE ROBBINS Darlene Short but sweet ayettel 2 3 Bandl 2 G 34 F H A 34 voealrtlu I 2 3 Galalu Staff4 Preltmtnary Honors 2 Class Play 3 Class Reporterl 2 G A A 5, X Reporter 3 Nattonal Honor Soctety 4 LA VERY ROBERTSON Vernte I ll Weak rn a monsterous ltttle votce A I 2 4 Treasurer4 Voca Vocal Festtval 3 15 HELEN SANDSTROM Sandy M mtracles are-ti G A A I 2 3 4 Class Vtce Pl'6SldeI'lI 234 FHA Treasu 3 F H A Pres1dent4 F H A Queen Attendant 2 3 Student Councrl 2 Homecomtng Attendant 2 Vocal I Blackhawk Vocal Festtval I Trlplc Trto I Band I Llbrary Club 3 4 Vlce Presldent 4 Commencement Honor Guard 3 Galah1Staff4 F H A State Leadershtp Camp 4 HELEN MARIE SELMAN Helen Marte Laugh yourself tnto ches G A A I F 2 3 4 Ltbrary Club 3 4 Chorus 3 DEIN NIS STEINBACH Denms Men of few words are the best men Class Play 3 Vocal Muslc Festlval I Class Secretary Treasurer I 4 Galaht Staff4 Preltmmary Honors 2 Nattonal Honor Soctety 3 4 Prestdent 4 BETTY IO STERRITT Betty Io As merry as the day-1s long Oconomowsoc Wrsconstn 3 Band 3 4 G A A 4 Galah1Sta F H A 4 Mtxed Chorus3 4 Triple 04 FTA 12 STEPHEN STRINGER Steve The strength of twenty men Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I A T 3 G C 2 4 Homecommg Kmg 4 MARY ANN SWANK Swunk Tush lush fearlgyf asks- F H A I 2 3 4 Membersh1pCha1rman3 A I 2 3 4 L1braryClu Secretary Treasurer 3 Jumor Class Play 3 f xx. """v- 'Q-nr J sp 3 ---v LaF , , .- , ,3. .A.A. I,2, , .... , . I sic L- X . ' .D I , . . . . I 5 ,, , , - . . I 1 F.F. . , ,3, . . 13.4. " " ' - st. ' 2. F.H.A. , , .... rer X ' . . N. N as U . I . .. H I H 4 I, , i' 2 3 strt .... ,2,3,4. .H.A. 'V , if 2. .4- ,. U H . U I. ,l I get . i q 4 4-7.x 6 2, , . .... ' ff 4. X Tri .... 4. '- 4, HE? I' ' K .4 7, . . - .2.3- U F.C. . 2,3,4. rack I,2, . . lub . . I - .4 . . 3 1: " " . ' . - s. , G.A. . ,,,. ' bz,3,4. f ' - . ' . X JO N THON1PbOIx Jowre But tlw eternal :nrnrner s all rot fade G A 2 3 4 P ebrden XocalN1u51c I 3 4 Vocal Febtrval I 4 nd 1 2 B btual Lrbrar Cluo 3 4 Prf.51dent4 Stunt Nrgrt imfw T., 1 ClaQs Secretary I Natronal Honor SOCl6Iy 3 4 Clase Plax 3 Galant Staff rel mlnar H lor 2 F T -gf ROBERT WERKHEISER Bon Not a better worker Ill the world 5.4-' A Manager Track 2 19 If Q 79x JOYCE WILLIS Joycv. I wrllllzngn myelf to death 2 3 4 Choru sa' Bank 3 4 Band Fest1val3 4 G -X A Q", 4 Class Pla 3 Stunt N11 1 Galahr Staff 4 Trtple Trlo 4 fl-R WAYNE WISELY Wayne In a twmklmg of an gle- N 5' L' '?...i.I.,,. r" t4: Ba , ,3,4. and Fee " I,2,3,4. , lx ' if ' , , 5 t" H ,AI ' - Y I 4 I I - c 4.P i ' y or S . . .A,4. F X " "' - ' . V I H' F.F. .I,2,3,4. GClub 4. F.C.A. 4, . ix 2 A 3, ,ffzi 'Xa V Q 1' K' 3 1 Q ,Q 41" 3' .1 V ,H - ,N ' Q F,H. A. 1, , , . s1,2,3,4. I,2,3,. y . fgltr. I, ,x ,lx , QM N y " ll . . -i-L n A ,JV El: kl- F.F.A. I,2,3,4. - V if rt kb . fr -I ., ,.. 41 -., V f 5. 4 ,Mx Qi'-92 .fi H A A . 9..,,.,L, JST af' ad -xfgff 6 , . 'Y an , ,iz Lf 4 Eiga , V.,,4.,::,:A:.fg:,, ., ,nf y.. if-1 E .i .-9 V N'5'?J, if 1 1., . an 'Wi F' 15 ' - - -J 4 ' vi +. 5-1 .. '- r I Q ' g. . B PH K. gl rg aww X I .-W M N-Afhkg, Betty S. UQ A X Joyce Jlm L. wr' ,gui aut! ,ZW Joan P. J Linda H. N, - - Donna N. I 52. A Don B Bill N. .Q- 1 my K Marcia K. 5 Gal' Q I Rx ' 4 "4Dhw- Joan T E2 5 'if fm LaVe rn R. bar . Dallvne R. J.. Beuy K. 8 .lx C' Muff Lynn E 'aync ' 0 P mis S. Bob O. , ,Q ,vi 2 .1 kk f Jack P. Wayne W, B111 K. s f-N' I all I, , - :"g ii', iii?-T235 32 A 1 G , 4 X' E V Jim B, Helen 5 ,S '1- Donme G , ' A' fi.-'32.' EA, QL v,,, N i,fi8:a,A4t.: " 'wwf ,Ii-ez? 9,35 A A .A' -, - , i r,. , W 3 -. .. , , .Y , " 9 ' nf. 5 . . F., 1- . ig. eh' JP- 5.1.1 "-I., . ' Y 4 1' 11, " if ..' at V' is f A 3 'PF 4 N 6- Q 'Y 1 I f Eldon Kr . I . lst semester student council 5 . . . . ..... representative LFreed . Qnd sem vice-president tyn Fesler ..... Sw easurer : Simmons! , Ligagnd seQster S Coiagil, MQ Dick Aldermani .... lst semgester presiifent' Qfggi od ric Huber . . . . Znd semester. president -i A an Ericson . . lst semester vice-president: s pf " a A Aw ' f KT 'P wa Q-1 A. 'IP Q s I l fl 5 ...V mums . 4. A ull Q X '53 ' ram, I X A -6 tv ' 5' Richard Alderman Mary Lou Anderson Nancy Anderson Rita Anderson Roger Anderson Rolf Anderson Grant Appell Roger Appell Donald Atnip Donna Boston Dwight Brown Kenneth Bumphrey .Ill IIIRS Grace Dxehl Donald Colhster Judmth Dewey Chfford Doss Alan ETICSOH Nancy Florxne Carol Freed fh- il. P! D00 O acid 093 dill . 3 4 , A 'Q . Q A ' dx Q A A "dr X x A D e D A ' 1 . -A - ,r . 1. , ' - 5 'A 1 . 1 W1 Q M '1 F 1 ' 1-, aflyn it-r ay -bl . X A' Darrell Garrett Russell Gebhardt Carole Gusraison Sharon Halsall Shirley I-Iintz 3 Roderick Huber 'f . S Doris Huffman , Carl Johnson 3, lla: N... 8 , .A Joe Johnson Bill Keeley Bill Knapp Eldon Krans JU IURS James Krause Robert Loveall Eva Mae Manning Leonard Smith Terry Murphy John Nass Larry Nelson Donna Nordeen X' X it 1 A vi J ' K QR' -1 3 F 3 bi? 17 lg? K X I I if 'gi r lkgxvll i Jll Ethel Sutton Dale Theesfeld Dorothy Werkheiser Harold White H. Ray Young Audrey Willis Marilyn Windish Joyce Winter Norman Wright Richard Palmer Violet Palmer Raymond Peterson Owen Polousky Richard Ray Joe Reid Peggy Robinson Mary Robson Martha Spiegel Bruce Simmons Janice Sloan Herbert Smith IIIRS 49- of v- A X1 il NX,- li Iii N. IQ fx A-A TNNXN lx? 9 gal Dale Anderson Mar11yn Anderson Dxane Bergren Mary Ann Bloom Mary Beth Bogner Lorna Boyd Carolyn Buchanan Kay Burcky Sally, Burlmgham James Colhster Rosemary Conl1n Jo Ann Conrad Leo Crom1en Wayne Croz.1er Charlene D1ckey SIIPHIIMIIRIS Rose Durant Bill Dowell James Ericson N Jacqueline Frank X - I- ' Dorothy Fuerst Mary Gearhart Sheila Hampton Veryl Hawks .9 . r Ak x. 1, jg Nancy Hiatt Sheila Holt Marcia Hunt Kay Johnson Wayne Johnson Lillie Mae Jones .5 f ala' 4 Y 6 Q A., f -f -wt Jacqueline Kaiser 2 ff, A Jane Kelly A' J 'Eg 'I fl ,Q- Gary Kenney 1 I i A i X I, Steve Kermeen Ai'A y y K xl J n x' J 5 J. D. Kurtz l Lester Lambert lc, Q 1 'Q Darlene Lindberg . ' Valerie Lindbloom Romona McGrew 4, M -as X , X X A. S 1 E X it SUPHIIMIIRIS Sharon Miller Jared Ixash U4 ig M in NIS , -5 f f ,X s , K x 9 1' . Derek Myers SN Ji Ronnie Nelson LaVonne Payne Audrey Peterson Marcia Peterson Mary Ann Peterson i,-. AL Q I E .rife v ' 1 we 1 Neil Peterson R in Martha Riesebieter f- John Robbins - " Bruce Robinson Robert Shambaugh 4, 3 Peggy shiems Fred Starr ' W Sharon Steinbach 1 -1 L ,"x'-JY ., Carol Ann Stephenson it 3 Marlene Stoneberg 4 s W ' Howard Summerson 1 Q Keith Swanson Q ' l - M SIIPHIIMIIIHS Roger Thompson 2' Richard Verscha L Elaine Werkheiser ,W Robert Wexell Robert Wicall Norma Wigant ' Dean Winter Darlos Wright A. E. Heck Mildred Lapan Zelma Peard X , , 5, fig ' 439, . H" '-,if I fiflil 4' ' v A Y- K , " HIESIIME :lvl ,V ,4.OE I gl, 'H I. . ' is E iifittty Ma sqall . Harlo Westlin . Bob Andersqn . Garth Youngberg Larry Humplifey Wagfiene Helmka p . . lst s master' . . se rqtary-t . lst semestf vice-pre . Znd se Qer pre Znd semeste K s dent c lst semeste As. dc-nt c 1 4. 1 rc r 1dent idbnt xg I 1 x if 34,91 as 'ci' 13' 5- . 1 a , 'L X X , 1 X X 'a .i . -- at . 'ff Larry Anderson Lou Ann Anderson Robert Anderson Tommy Anderson Suzanne Armstrong Roger Beeler Dwain Bell Terry Bennison Robert Bergstrom Carolyn Bridges ' E Don Bonar I W vi ' T -l Bill Cardiff .f , te 3' 'Q 'R ' 1 R Richard Carlson " Z- l la . f' K xl 5- Jean Cederberg LX U' 4 David Charlson I " 1 -it ,. ' I ' I I-'lx .S s ul fi' lx' X 1 g James Clayton ff- Q 3 3 3, Muriel Clucas . ' V . ,J f ff' C 3 - ' Kay Conlin g A gg ' E Wayne Craig f X , kwa , 'i - Judy Daymude . 'X X i .5-:rt ' A A or . i , X 'X if iff? X 7,17 X! 1 ,X V .R , fl' if ,L ' C37 fi X C ,-1-. 'a ff' Af 'Q ' ,Qff .X J f 1641 I Burdett Dunbar ' ' Joyce Edwall l In 1 X l ' 1 if K ,g lk! ll I -f Q ll, Doris Fesler 5 H Jim Ford Charles Forest Jane Goodley Patty Hanson Carlene Helmkarnp Gary H1er Judlth Huber Mason Huffman Larry Humphrey Blame Johnson Donald Johnson Guy Jones Delbert Kenney Betty Lou Krause Gerald Leff Cec11 L1kes Johanna Lord Jerry Lovlng Betty Mascall Suzanne Massxngxll Shxrley McCumber Peggy Mxller Karen Morse -KN fr? I Q "' I nz. 'X NN HHSHMI Juhe Murch1son Mary Ann Murphy x 1 Pat Murphy 5 MarJor1e Nelson 4 3+3 Z5 - . 3 'U 4 Q," 3 u . f J 45? 4' ' ' . . ' 3' ' R ,Q ' any N ' .H ' Q 'D' ' If X ,vt Q- 3 fc' J, . , - ,, ' ,Q in X Je "I ' . N' lV'Yk N 'Q fgs. , I V 'X r R' 5 ,, ,sf ,':"'. A51 -'-rw i ffsx J 4 VM K ji 2 V it - - fi 'Q - - J J if Q V, N5 ' , x ' -' ' - F ' y A . 44' x X, 4 X - E. Q , xx' 'S I 2 Xxni I: sf aff 'J E -11' -ay 26 ul ay, x Q to 3 l' an '- T R ' my s l R ' ,'1X'laf,, x fx I , N .' 1, 'AA R ' views! ' y xx N ., 'RS' HIESHME Lowell Thuline Jack Townsend Donna Walker Deanne Walsh Harlo We stlin Garth Youngberg f- Marjorie Dunlap Fred Jacobeit Elsie Peyer Lai Robert Nelson Jacqueline Newman Larry Nirnrick Marge Olson Carolyn Polousky Neil Pobanz Lois Jean Robson Mary K. Rose Rose Rushing Elaine Schuetts Marietta Sherbeyn Jocelyn Sloan Kenneth Swanson Marcia Swanson Linda Sylvester -9 . i lr. N f 1 L, gf ll! . z? R ul I R? rd .29 v ,s'2W S xi 4.9: -A 'F '. N "P , "1-v tt 4. , . r 1125. -,' ' -'.f, . -- .- 1. - -nb, .fx -. . ,x 5 .F 4 ', v , . h ' - br . Q' I .V .ryka R QS 1 ,gig-.4 x AQ? 4 ' 5, fl . A , 4' A... fig' ...Xu .5 U in-h if--R 7 X n.1.b0..s.: K' f ,I .-', xy l A- ' 'AW ,V ' I v, S 1 t ut- v- v f '- rf' a- Q 'ec " IL gmt! ,., ' f sh E' qi ' +L", ' UL' xt.. 2 4 ' ,Q - 5 , - ,'.., . Cl '- . ' ' - , -' - ' , QD ,QA ' . ' ..' 1 yt 'Iwi mf". f '-an 4j"- fi -:..g 'F ,195 J 4 9 H- ' .-- .6 H 1' ---- ' A DQ Q gQg I 161. 'IJ V f 7 ,.. 4 1 35- '-' r t 7' ,, 1 , .ic-., v-se, axial , Q ?x .I--6 ' fb my -,ww , - 'v'1' . Y.0 .Q f., .4 ,, . ,f,..-,- x'.' .4 vr' QUQEFQ' gfvyq ""1!L,'u. .-Wai' K 7.14, , .-.Ii ' .L t.. , , -.-1 " ' - . - ri' 0-.fl ' ' -v'-"yn fsw -"1" P - ". . .Qt 3 P . " " l ,, . ,. ' L Aw -. Q ,V - ji- -, ,H,r.,' x , ., , ,, 1 Mg - .3 5 . . -' z . - - .' .'-. , LH, Q., . H I. 2. - L '- I , "' 1'1..+-.'. I ' - - nv H: "" - ' Lg' Y.. 541 -. . . . - . 1 t - . , : ', Y t ', w ' ,x.faN-- . - .1 . - . . f f . .'w-w'...-- - A 2 - F., ' . - 3 -A ' 4' ff-L". .. .- 'f 1QlQ'.ff1 V F 1 "'-'v 4- ..w.-24" - -,,..-.-, - ., p, , , ' ,, I . -- , I' V -J-ivsf' , . -ig, f , L BOTTOM ROW: N. Pobauz, Mgr., S. Stringer, W, Nvlbom, I. Babctwlfx, L. :Xl1dCY5OI1, O. Freud. Ctucr1Grtwt', D, Garrett, G, Kennel., B. Douell, E. Kraus, R, Andcrsorr, D. Winter, B. Robruson, Htxrd Corwh Iatrobcrr, B, Lovcall, A., Errcsorr, EZ. Qrztirrxom, D, Myurz, J, Errcbun, R. Nulsorr, H. Summcrzon, 5. Kcrrrrcwrm, HU! IOM RUWg R, .kridt-rwzr, 1., frzzdtrsurz, D. Burmr w t 1 . ' . w I. Mrrrplrf, H, Xu-frrrn. IJ, Bull, B, burgxrrtwrrr, I, iomrft-zrti, G, Ytwtrugbtrrg, D, Jtwhrzbon, 'I', Arrdcr- wzz, B, Darrrmr, C.. rortfl, L. Hurrrpirruy, J, Llayrozr, , . 4 . . la. C..rrt.rff, G, Jtmue, 6-0.1-rn Jntrht-rr, G..lx':i Vktlcltzits st.irtcclthe1rl95Z football -1,-.1-.on with forty cntliusiastic' players. Xineteen of these boys were freshnien. We were handit :ippt-ri by the lack of experience ,md substitutes. lit-cause of difficulties in 'lie re-seeding of our field, it was necessary to play our liotiic gatiies on another field. Wethersiield was kind enough to allow this privilege. The varsity rl1fln't win very tiiariy games this year but the players did their best, At the beginning ofthe year the boys made many mistakes, but as the season progressed and they gained in experience and confidence, they made a much better showingi. The "B" squad, composed mostly of freshmen, had a poor season from the s, standpoint of winning games, but they improved greatly and next year we hope for a more satisfactory record. 'xi rf' 'z lf' W6 f f .' 4 GG gn 1 3 is 'Q 0 .vt bl. f Q 'N ' mifmg. - v fy :AX ti' V 22 fs., S 'LT 4 , 524 M, - L V ' ,I K 1. kwin!! H, . 1952 RECORD Rova Walnut Wyoming Elmwood Bradford Toulon We the rs field Princeville Galva Galva Galva Galva Galva Galva Galva Galva -gf 'TP 0 O 7 18 7 Z5 6 21 L .4 4.--1 Q. 'fx'x x ip. 1,4-A 14.4, J f." . ,iv -X Vx.- - '5-f -, " X Co -Captain Wilbur Nelson Guard Owen Freed End VARSL.-Qi . WQQ Q. Q . , "3 i NXXKXX X N x IN: qv . as I ' f . , H I Y: 1 A' ,fzpr -g. -6 QF .1 XDA ,fx 'N 1 I sr + , , fs. .h , Q- . 'X-'SQ nb 5 , f' I Y-r i A f ,LN -Q. x '. r s - . fw " I Q . . , ,sg - J. wg lu s if . - -,rpg 1114. a 9.42 .-.2 Q4 .1 ' n 5 1 1 .5 IQ! X Ak H ' 'f QLLUQ we s V1 It NF' +A 4 3 'A ? A X , Ii rhffnf' 3 :avi ,au-0 Z' .Li iw, qf 'b 43 'K' , -49 x 1 1, f ' sy ah : af.. 1- vyfv sy. fi Il. s ff-J 455 O vi I 1 L 7 I I I I F A 'l-V Lx, 'x ii' 2 Y A lfkfzm UM 'Q 5 ll , ITF IIHEIIHIAIIHIS A VARSITY SQUAD. LEFT TO RIGHT: Audrey Peterson, Nancy Anderson, Carol Freed. We have had a hard-working group of cheerleaders this year. Both the varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders did a swell job of cheering and backing our teams through losses as well as wins. Pep meetings were held before all the important games. At these pep meet- ings the students had a chance to rehearse their old yells as well as learn some new ones. Due to an injury Sharon I-Ialsall was forced to drop out of the junior varsity cheering squad near the end of the year. We wish to thank the cheerleaders for the work that they have done and we are looking forward to seeing them cheer again next year. . B. SQUAD Nancy Hiatt Sharon Halsall Nancy Florine Marjorie Nelson This page is sponsored by l.,ORD'S CHEVROLET . HIIMHIIIMINIS 1 X... .Q- m 4 X f Y i ln b L if x! I x -If A V , U""""'f.1wn "LP IP! Zi-1 i, if ,A ' f -.4 Y - 1 my U T' -A -im N J if , VA ' 55--3144fS:5,, , . ,4-4' ' -Q27 '-ffa- e f? 1: ,,, fn V-4. ,V P C.,.:-,..i,ti, !, 4A f, my 'Q' 'mi ',J1-ev f'.4,f.q Az .531 ' in ' l " ,ck 'X N, sf L-f,"'Q.-5 . -Oh -.4 l I , , L N --iw L. v 4 X XM gui .Nh QLD THATLINEQ 'i'-BPGQ1 V lan.. Wy- 'M ,,.. S-3 ARG 'ff- TG 'wwf-ff-'fr 'iii-3" Q A-1 'rfkcgi X 1' I it-. V . K r Nxt fa--4' A-: .1 , + -.k 1 :six ? I W JI un-- , hu' 5 A X Y 111 ' 'ai 0111 ' Q ' Q ' I ro 'nfur ..!.,..-.. w I, 1 a n g 'f'lt'7'y' - , . I . .... , - X -o " 2 Q gf' l X - A - E ,., gi' :Q ,v . Q 4,1 v ' N .gui l I- - E.. OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Ruger Anderwn, Lam Nichnlb, La Vern lwberunn, I. Wilbur Nelson, Dnanc Else, Bmw bxrnnnnns. lldln' Ln ,.y. . rv 1' ,.f3...!T' 'Y a s ISMIA ' Q 'K if .. 1 LEFT TO RIGHT, IST POW: Ericson, Garrigan, ibbott, Babcock, Freed, Kermeen, Black. 2ND ROW: Appell, Dale Anderson, Llrlrphy, Nelson, Nordstrom, Rrbr ins, Likes, Johnson. 5RD ROW: Kurtz, Ktigler, D. Anderson, T. Anderson, Nash, ll. Peterson. 4TH ROW: Wesrlin, Loveall, Gebhardt, Reid, Carlson, Craig, Youngberg, D. Bonar, Ray. 5TH ROW: Charlson, Werkheiser, L. Anderson, Stringer, A. Ericson, Alderman, Smith, Thompson. OTH ROW: R. Anderson Cromien, Garrett, Krans, Theesfeld, Rolf Anderson, B. Bonar, Palmer, J. Peterson. The Fdture Craftsmen started out the year by electing the following officers: Lynn Black, Presidentg Wayne Ericson, Vice-President, James Babcock, Secretary-Treasurer, and Joe Reid, Sargeant-at-Arms. Early in the fall we joined with I2 other schools in founding a state-wide organization of shop st .dents. The delegates who attended the meeting in Springfield from Galva were President, Lynn Black and Secretary-Treasurer, Jim Babcock. Jim Babcock served on the nomination committee to select the candidates for the state offices. We had our usual trip to the Museum of Science and lndustry in Chicago on November 1, where the boys enjoyed the exhibits of the newest products of science and industry. As usual we had the concession at the Christmas tournament where we kept the crowd supplied with things to eat and drink. J. D. was especially outstanding as a salesman of ice- cream bars. A district meeting ofthe state group was held in Peoria on February 4 to select region II Vice-President. Delegates from Galva were Lynn Black, Eldon Krans, and Rolf Anderson. As we go to press, plans are under way for an all day field trip to Galesblrg to tour the Admiral plant and the Gale Products plant. Our year will end with the annual banquet and the evening will be spent in eating, enjoy - ing movies, and other entertainment. We have had a good year in our classes and in our organization. This page is sponsored by BEN FRANKLIN STORE AND MASCALS FLORAL GARDENS 'info-a . . , . .. ...Qu 9' . ..-.. ESC .wk -1 Q W 'sm',.1-gbvw A , U as.-Fssfa 6... .f a-:SEV . .r-...r-fum. - , , -..-.. . frzuarv-3, 'H H3711 C .s W. , --l l! 1 -ae- Qi If In V"iB!"f.:Q!5u "'Mv- - iv ,ff-,www 1' Aw ' Q25 Q wo- V M J.. 9 nr' 'NOC .Q 3, If ,Q Go A ' ' I I O Q :ps- Q' 9 S f 1 EE -5: Anil CHAMP r swmmsa no llllll T-E - an Q F lorine, At the beginning of the school year, the previously elected officers of the Girl's Athletic Association began to plan their schedule for the "5Z-53" season. The officers chosen for the new year were as follows: President . . . . . Joan Thompson Vice-President . . . . Lynn Eadie Secretary ..... Marlene 'Stonberg Treasurer ...... Judith Dewey Point Keeper ..... Nancy Florine There were about ninety girls in the Galva Association of G.A.A. this year, and we had a full year of fun and activity. We met on Mondays for some spirited games of field hockey, basket ball, volleyball, and softball. After we had practiced the games, we held a tournament for each sport. Under the direction of Miss Marjorie Dunlap, our advisor, we raised money by sponsoring a bakesale and by selling candy and ice cream at the basketball games. Near the close of school we held our annual banquet at the LeClaire Hotel. At that time the awards were presented, and the newly elected officers were installed. This page is sponsored by MILLER S PAINT 81 WALLPAPER STORE and THE GAMBLE STORE 52 51 1 LEFT TO RIGHT: Lynn Eadie Joan Th0mpson, Miss Dunlap, Iudlgh Dewey, Marlene Stoneberg Nancy . fx? x -Sm!" IQ-I . gt - f' 9? E is 'K xx f 'Q -Q " ' . x A Q fjyx if 'Q' r '.T 3 9 af' 1 " l ,ar 1 '3' l Q' ' Y N ssl! he? 11,2 Q vb aided' in-N' -:ll ii, Y-all -.hm 35 I .9-q Blur L , L ML FIRST R fee Jane Kel 1, Darlene Carol Ann Burckx ROW. Fuerst, X alerre ,Q Frank FIFTH lzlarne Jones, Sharon Miller, rad, Peggy Shields lindberg, Dianne lari. Ann Dickey. "g ' H. IO -y : oxn Row, Marcia Hunt, Hiatt, THIRDlROWg Gearhart, Lillie Mae yn Anderson, JoAnn Con- , Shelia Hampton, Darlene A X H ,f L 6 1 'r f ' , ' ' 4 .3 A 'ao , ,gl , ,g . Q as 13" 0' as is Qt fi' v tj' aa l f v P. - A .-V 'v' I N' V 1: fn- 'QV-fr V ff F a.. if F I , 'x Xi l "Y 'TZ "1.P:Q -vulg- S FrRs'l" Rita Marietta kay Hintz Edwall, lacjueline NeuvajFM1rilynFeflEH DQri! Hufl'Qian, svn, Martyr Spiegelq FQURTH RONNLj'arolynsBrid'Qes, Cagne Helmkagg, Judith Hubegane Suzanne Armstrong, LouAnn Anderson, Doris Fefr, Betty Mascall, Johanna Lord. FIFTH ROW: Eva Halsall, Nancy Anderson, Nancy Florine, Linda Sylvester, Julie Murchison, Party Hanson, Suzanne I y ide, Iudith Dewey, .,, UI ,gg ,Q h fm- . f cv fs 5-4 ' .AN S. v fu ivan. ....t- ,.,. .,. 0 I The "G Clrib" corisibtf of boys who are A5 ,Lo varbity letter wiririerf. All members have A 'earned a letter in either football, bametball, or :rack-. We feel that we play a large part iii :chow activities. Oar orgamaation war very active thi: year. We sponsored the horiiecozrriiig parade, the programs for the Galva Invitational To..rriazt,em and the programs for the Galva Relays. We also tried to Aeep ap the rrrorale of athleteg who were ill by :ending their. cardf, flowers, and fr..it barirets. Another goal of otrr orgame Latiori ir to promote horiextj., good Qportrrriaiiehip, and the ob' burvatiori of training r .lee among o..r memberb. One of ou.r good ptr iwli thi, year was to atop peut thieverl. in the lower roorrw. Ab we go to prexs we hope to upomor ari all school party. 54 , G 5 My ' ls N '23 . "'vR' V RQ - an 1 V F f 1 Q- 1 N.-4A X X K ,ZA 0 We ,ru- IIBRAHY Clllll up X '1 sp FIRST ROW: Carol Stephenson, Audrey' Peterson, Elaine Werkheiser, Marilyn Anderson. SECOND ROW: A tdrey' Willis, Jane Kelly, Mary Robson, Joan Conrad. THIRD ROW: Joyce Winter, Donna Nordeen, Joan Thompson, Nancy Florine. FOURTH ROW: Mary' Lol Anderson, Sharon Miller, Marcia Peterson, Kay Burcky. FIFTH ROW: -Y Nancy Hiatt, Marcia Hunt, Dorothy Werkheiser, Jackie Kaiser, Jackie Franks, Doris Huffman, Helen Sandstrom, 2 Q! l Linda Hutson, Joan Pobanz, Miss Davis, Marlene Stonberg, Very'l Hawks, Helen Marie Selman, Shirley' Htnta, if x Marilyn Windish, Martha Spiegel, Sharon Halsall, Lillie Jones, Dorothy Fuerst, Peggy Shields, Mary Beth Bugne F352 The Library Club is an organization whose main purpose is to teach the students how to run a library' efficiently. Each student librarian has a duty to perform such as checking books at the desk, taking care of the bulletin boards, dusting the books and shelves, filing material, and keeping the books in order. This year the Library Club sponsored an all-school party' on November 25th in the gymnasium. The first part of the evening was spent playing different progressive games in succession, The remainder of the evening was spent dancing. Refreshments were served by the Library' Club members. Leo Cromien and Nancy Florine won the door prizes. The party was well attended, and everyone enjoyed the evening very' much. The officers elected for the first semester were as follows: President ........ Joan Thompson Vice-President .... . Helen Sandstrom Secretary'-Treasurer ..... Mary Robson The officers elected for the second semester of the year were as follows: President ....... Vice President Secretary Treasurer . Mary Ann Swank Linda H tson Mary Robs un Library Reporter H ltn Sand tr m W are very grateful IU'N11SS Thelma Davis y ins ut in try gt the xtar 1 d for helping ts make the Library Cl tb a more tctessf tl organization This ptgt is bponsoreci by JOHlNbON AND CII I C HAPLI ii, l'. Tl rc 41 41. N lungs A I C7 .8 'kv 'I I." I N FlRST ROWg Robert Olson, Derek Mevers, Kay Burcky, Betty Sterritt, Donald llehnke, lan Engstrom, SECOND ROW: Marcia Hunt, Nancy Florine, Judith Dewey, Miss Lapan, Ioan Thompson, Marcia Kriapo, lvnn Eadie, TOP ROW: Suzanne Massingill, Mary l.ou Anderson, Valerie Lindbloom, Marietta Sherbevn Marv I-Qav Rose, Ramona Mt5Grew, Iihanna lord, Marjorie Nelson. A new organization was starred at G, H, S, this vear, the F, T, A, Future Teachers of America Clubs. sponsored by the National Education Association, have been organized in several surrounding schools, and now Galva has Joined them in the Blackhawk Division of F, T, A, Interest in Future Teachers began in Galva last vear, but there weren't enough students ready tt form our own club. We did, however, send Valerie l,indbloom and Nancy Lapan to a meeting of the Blackhawk Division of F, T, A, Clubs held :ri Moline last tear ltt Noxemher of this pear, the Student Council decided anli, T,A, Club was needed 1t1Galva lligh School They asked Miss lapan to sponsor such a club and promised to hack the organization financially, Marica Knapp, Valerie 'indhl tom, and Miss Iapan were sent as delegates to a Blackhawk Division meeting in Rock Island, Marcia was elected as corresponding secretarv forthe division Shortly after this our local F, T, A, Club was organized, with the following l'f.t't'TC: President , , Robert Olson Vice President , Judith Dewey Sevretarx , , lvnn Eadie Treasurer Donald Behnke librarian , Marcia lltint Historian ,,,.. .,.. , Nancv Florine We feel ttnit our cl .h fias been pretrj. active so far this year, Several students have d 'ne student teaching in Lialva at :Louis and we hope to do a great deal more, ln vrder ti get o .r Charter fr 'rn Natgonal l', T, A, it was necessary to thoose a name for the tingle It is customary to name the club in honor of an educator, Our club unanimously voted for the name Mildred l,ajan Club. Future Teachers 'f America, A sxstem of honor points 'pas been worked iut where -bn a student gets a noititforeael.?1'ur he worked doing student teatxing and a great mann other avt1v.tres prescribed bu the National F, T, A, We feel pretty proud t'.at we have been able to get such a worti.-while club go ng rn Galva With Miss Lana: as sponsor arte with twentu -twr active members, we are sure to sul teed, This page is sponsored by AL'S DAIRY and GALVA FARN4 EOUIPIMENT CO. 7 J XX. LEFT TO RIGHT, BACK ROW: Donnie Garrigan, Donald Behnke, Jack Peterson, Dick Alderman, Roderic Huber, Bob Olson, Mr. Smith. MIDDLE ROW: Betty Sterritt, Helen Sandstrom, Donna Boston, Mary Robson, Lynn Eadie, Marilyn Fesler, Sharon Halsall. FRONT ROW: Judith Dewey, Betty Kenney, Darlene Robbins, Jim Babcock, Joan Thompson, Ioan Pobanz. ABSENT: Dennis Steinbach. The National Honor Society was started three years ago. Its purpose is to give credit to students who earn a B aver- age or higher and to encourage better grades. This year the National Honor Society consists of seven juniors and 13 seniors. The officers are as follows: President ......... Dennis Steinbach Vice President . ....... Bob Olson Secretary . . . Marilyn Fesler Treasurer . Donald Behnke Sponsor . . . . Mr. Smith 2 This page is sponsored by PRYOR'S FOOD STORE AND BY KROGER'S ff 5 ? vs V-1 'Y if 77 LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: jane Kelly, Nancy Florine, Lynn Eadie, Sharon Halsall. SECOND ROW: Judith Dewey, Donald Behnke, Mr. Smith, Director. "Now band, face the east and imagine you're facing north. North is east, west is south, and south is east. Everybody understand?" In a way somewhat like this the fifty-three members of the marching band manag- ed to become confused every fifth period this fall. Since the football field was new- ly-seeded, we were really cramped for space. The lawn west of the school was the only available place to practice, and because it wasn't large enough, we spent most of the period backing up to keep from running into the bushes, the willow tree, or the school. lt was even harder to get our maneuvers straight because we had to imagine that we were at Wethersfield. However, with the help of several noon prac- tices at Wethersfield, we usually managed to have a good idea of what was going to happen by the time the half of the game came around. Judith Dewey in her beautiful majorette costume always led the way onto the field. She was followed by the color guard dressed in blue and carrying the American flag and our band flag. These were two new features of the marching band and we were really proud of them. The first day of November was D-Day in Cvalva. "D" stood for doughnuts and with the tireless efforts of-Mr. and Mrs. Alderman we made and delivered about 250 dozen doughnuts. With the "dough" that we made we bought beautiful white spats and two wooden guns to make the marchingx band look a little sharper. When our purchases arrived, we were convinced that t ey were well worth all the tired feet, sore arms, and lost sleep. This year the Lions Club is sponsoring the presentation of the Arion Award. This is a medal to be given anually at our spring concert to the gxraduating senior who has contributed most to the band during his school career. T e senior to receive this honor will be selected by the band members of the senior class. We have had so many, many good times in band that'we couldn't begin to tell about all of them, but we are certain that our band work with Mr. Smith's wonderful help will always be a memorable highlight of our school years. 'X This page is sponsored by V' LAME-lN JEWELER5 AND BY COMMUNITY ELECTRIC. ,Q 7' n an Wu' -1 'fre . -VH - - 5' we v-. Om ainsg 4592 :a:ng"l'3- :4m'3'PF 9 cn 9 ua o :r C no F9 I2 E! 'll s-5 -I as E22 n , 3? 'Qt- 74 xt! PS O :Q : if: :gr H W rf D? P5 'QF' X Nl, M Nl' f' Nt' 'NJ rxx54U1 if ,' Lf'1', 'z W 5 N 5 w WW , U. g 'I QNX u. N. IA. -fi I'i I . I -Y! '2..i ',- 14: 'L ' my g .glif 5 , .2 1-5 .wx IZHIIIR 4 l ' M gtlflf --,, full I STQ lr-r FlR5T ROW: Miss Nelrose Corlfill, Marjorie Nl.'lSlH, Andre. Peterson, Suzanne Xlassingill, Darlene Lirzcihcrg, lynn Eadie. AuJrej.'Wi1lis, IOar1T?1ornn5l'n. lcyceWi1lie, Carlin: Helrtikanif. Bert, Qretrirt, SECOSJD FO'-V Carol krtn Stephenson, iiwse Fgshizirl, kliiriel Cliicas, Lillie Mae Innes, Sheila llolr, Shawn Stcinnach, Marcia Perervi, Donna Boar 'n, Marcia Knapp, lkri .Lic Walsh, Suzanne f+.l'ITlSIl'Ollj1, ?.lariert.i S-Merheyr, l'LllfiCL3 llanlun, 'vis,'eai1E?chsoii, Hari. Bell: Bogner, Rarncna TxlcGrew, Elaine Werkrieisrr, Dororli' Fiierst, Xlartlia Elica-hieter, Jacqueline Kaiser, lftf'.cl5ritTor1, ' anne Conrad This year the choir, under the direction of Miss Nelrose Corkill was composed of thirty members. Miss Corkill also h directed the girls' chorusirip- le trio, sextette, boys' quartette. These groups performed at assembly programs, clubs, and other organizations. LEFT TO RIGHT: Audrey Peterson, Donna Boston, Ben, Sterritr, Dianne Bergren, Kay Burcky, Audrey Willis, Lynn Eadie, Joyce Willis. This page is sponsored by E. W. HOUGHTON LUMBER COMPANY Sllllll I Ei!-'sT SEMESTER LEFT TO FIGHT QSEATEDJ: Eldon Krans, Ronnie Nelson, Donald Garri gan, Dick Alderman, Dean Winter, Elaine Werkheiser, Carlene Helm- rarnp. KST.-XNDINGJ: Richard Carper Mrs. Nash, Larry Humphrey, Mr. Wlrirelrorlse. Xt. X The Student Council started out the year by sponsoring the Mixer. tl' ' Vive This was changed to the afternoon this year. The freshmen furnished ' I.. fi the main entertainment and the council the eats. X ff v The next big event was the Pekin district meeting held in EastPeoria. -ff It Our delegates were Ronnie Nelson, Dean Winter, Dick Alderman, Carlene L X r ,ll ' Helmkamp, and Elaine Werkheiser. Dick Alderman served as a member , f of the constitution committee. K I' ' 'El The big event of the year was the founding ofthe Galva Teen Club by 4 the student councils of the Jr. and Senior High Schools, This club meets f , on Saturday nights in the Lion's hall and provides a gathering place for Mix the student bodies. A X We provided an exchange assembly program for ROVA and they D supplied us with one in return. .wELONIJ SEMESTEI' LEFT 'IO MIGHT: rr-deric Huber. 'ir rrard Larper, Iarnus Ericson, Dici-, Mdurrrrarr, IJ-rrmrd Garrigan, Mr. rvrrrrulrwrse, Mrs. Nash, Jim Bab- rrwr f, Elaine Werfheiser, Carol x:1..sre5rl.eris ri, Garth Yo ngbcrg, carrerie Herrin-arnp, Bruce birnrnr-ns, B b ,'xllLlCfSrJIl This page sponsored by PERSHINCJ TV AND BAll,Y-RUSCQO WINDOW CHU llll IIHIIISIMAS PIHIIIRIW ll ga. Yi W7 7 5 F H trmxg, , F. H. A. OFFICERS President. . . Helen Sandstrom Vice President . .Marilyn Fesler Secretary. . .Elaine Werkheiser Treasurer .... Ioan Pobanz Parlimentarian . Rita Anderson Reporter ..... Linda Hutson Historian ..... Donna Boston Finance Chairman .Mary Robson Membership Chairman ..... . . . . . . .Dorothy Fuerst Recreation Chairman ..... . . . . . . Darlene Lindberg Chapter Mother ....... . . . . . . Mrs. Leo Windish Chapter Father ....... . . . . . . Mr. Leo Windish Advisor . Mrs. Carl Whitehouse Co-Advisor . Miss Margaret Bell ROW Ig Donna Boston, Darlene Lindberg, ROW 2: Mary Robson, Rita Anderson, Linda Hutson, Dorothy Fuerst. ROW 3: Elaine Werkheiser, Helen Sandstrom, Ioan Pobanz. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Windish Mrs. Carl Whitehouse Miss Margaret Bell L X xx X ff xxx f X lllllllll HIIMIMAKHIS Ill AMERICA FIRST ROW: M, Nelson, R, Anderson, I, Pobanz, E, Werkheiser, M, Fesler, H, Sandstrom, I, Sloan, M, Robson, D, Fuerst. D Boston, D, Lindberg, M, Peterson, E. Whitehouse, SECOND ROW: C, Polousky, P, Hanson, S, Massingill, C, Stephenson, M, Clucas, C, Buchanan, C, Freed, I, Sloan, M, Peterson, R, Rushing, A, Peterson, I. Conrad, M, Gearhart, S, Hampton, J, Newman, M, Bell THIRD ROW: D, Robbins, L, Jones, S, Armstrong, M, Anderson. I. Willis. l. Kelly, S, Holt, M, Spiegal, S, McCumber, S, Burlingham, C, Helmkamn, K, Conlin, I, Huber, L, Sylvester, S, Steinbach, FOURTH ROW: D, Walsh M, Riesebieter, I, Kaiser, C, Bridges, B, Maseall, L, Payne, D, Wright, E, Schuetts, J, Lord, N, Hiatt, K, Johnson, J. Ccdcr berg, M, Murphy, I. Edwall, H, Selman FIFTH ROW: R, Conlin, D, Werkheiser, M. Bogner, M, Bloom, M, Olson. N, Ando son, D, Huffman, K, Morse, M, Swanson, B, Krause, J, Winter, A, Willis, B, Kenner, D, Nelson, L, Robson, SIXTH ROW: I, Franks, R, McGrew, S, Miller, M, Windish, I, Murchison, D, Bergren, M, Sherhcin, R, Miller, P Sheilds, M, Rose, D, Walker, C, Dickey, V, Hawks, M, Stonherg, L, Boyd, SEVENTH ROW: J. Goodley, 1, Dayrnudc, E, Anderson, S, Hintz, V. lindbloom, E, Manning, N, Wigant, I, Dewey, D, Feslcr, This page is sponsored by MURNEN'S DRY GOODS and SLOAN'S PHARMACY 1 l -.X Vi 5Yi'12i..EE-Kb ,, K ,e I 5 ,, I ,4 '14 ' f,f A. " 1 ' '.-' ' Ml ff' "ff-'f',-'Jf"A.f-aw: qdlvyl ',., .A,, . INV, , -t f WHAT WILL. YOU HAVE? This year our Future Homemakers of America chapter has been very active. The year started with the organization meeting on September 12. There was a total of one hundred and one girls who joined F.H.A. Early in October several of the officers attended the House of Delegates meeting at Port Byron. The Galva chapter is very proud of the fact thatElaine Werkheiser was elected to the office of Public Relations Chairman of Section 10. National FHA Week was observed November Z-8. On Sunday the girls attend ed the Lutheran Church as a group. During the week the girls did various deeds which contributed to the betterment of our organization. The"New Worlds' Ball" was held in the gymnasium, December 19. Music for the evening was furnished by Doc Hunt. The gym was decorated with grey, blue, and white crepe paper. The highlight of the evening was the crowning of the New Worlds' Queen at the intermission. Helen Sandstrom, our president, was the Queen of the Dance. Her attendants were Mary Ann Swank, seniorg Marilyn Windish, juniorg Elaine Werkheiser, sophomoreg and Carlene Helm- kamp, freshman. On the night of March 20, the gymnasium took on a different appearance. This was the night of the FHA slumber party. The freshmen girls were in charge of the breakfast which was served the next morning. The big question the next morning was, "Did you slumber?" Also this year we sold candy, gum, coffee, and taffy apples at the football games in Wethersfield. We are very grateful to our chapter mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Windish, who were so helpful in aiding us with this project. Other projects were selling stationery, serving banquets, and baby-sitting at PTA Meetings. The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet was held April 29. The achievement degrees were awarded to several girls. A candlelight installation service for new officers brought to a close the activities for this year. M F This page was sponsored by ina T GALVA VETERINARY SERVICE . AND E CROSSAN SHEET METAL KID T 'I 67 Tia'-'Q ,Maw 1 x 1 15 - . , J- , ' '7 3 J ' v , -.A ? swf- 1555 N' 4 .yi go" I - 4 AK - QD-4 ga? 'ig - A --M..- A,-A ,.. ., . MOTHER WAS A FRESI-IMAN Abigail Fortitude Abbott Susan Abbott .... Professor Michaels. . "Bobo", . . . . Dean Gillingham . Howie ..... Jack . . . Mrs. Miller . Helen . . . . . Judith Dewey Marilyn Windish . . Alan Ericson . Dick Alderman . Roderick Huber . . Grant Appell . . Eldon Krans Eva Mae Manning . Nancy Florine Bunny . . . Mary Robson Marge . . . Audrey Willis Clara . . . Carol Freed Bill . . . Terry Murphy Silvia . . Donna Boston Carrie . . . . . . . Martha Spiegel This year the Junior Class presented the well-known play,"Mother Was a Freshman." Judith Dewey excellently portrayed the part of Abigail Fortitude Abbott, the mother, who had to take advantage of a scholarship in order to have enough money to keep her daughter, Susan, in college. Susan, played by Marilyn Windish, was quite upset over her mother's plan to attend college as were the college officials. Dean Gillingham, played by Roderick Huber, was sure that this was just a publicity stunt and he watched Abigail very closely in the hope that she would break some rule so that he could expell her. When she and the zoology teacher, Professor Michaels, played by Alan Ericson, fell in love, it further complicated rnatters. On the night of the big formal everything seemed to go wrong, but it finally turned out happily. Miss Peard, the director, well deserved the many congratulations she received for an excellent play. The whole Junior clas should be complimented for an outstanding production. This page is Sponsored by R. 81 R. SINCLAIR SERVICE Ag, .. 5 THECXKNR I1m:cHARLEsToN I M K ll f VARIETY f NIGHT UNCLE SAM z I'M ONLY A BIRD IN A GILDED CAGE This page is Sponsored by ST- LOUIS BLUES ILLDKHSPOWERCOMPANY 70 AND WALLERAGENCY 1 s E QM A1 fd? ,VL-4 'ffl M54 f t -. Pr"""1Q- In HQ .Y-X -if-1 X fr ,,, wi, .ww an 3 1 y. ', J NF, X .in Qi., ,N V it ' ', rg, bu f S 1 i Q I In , ri -.,1 gl 'n my ry. 1 Q x uf ,? 5 x A I A 4 4-f f ' 263' A 1,5 :po '- ,qw fy? 4 1 fs x-,V W' X, ., -v. e Ag v 'QQ' ' n 'QQ Q - ff: ' iz f., ,. I , Af 5:15, I rv, I , 4, fu ii' 44 . '1 1 J 11 1.3, :Fi ,. 1 ww! if 5 J ..'!r.,, 5 1' 1 I Z i 2 f , 1.4 ff A 4-44"4 V ' P ,jk A gf N. X QX J, is -.,,. iQ 1? J Q S 4 s x Q 5 1 E I X as 4 N. BMVA llllll Nllll Galva lll1no1s NURSING HNMI BURNS THE KNAPP EADIE HOME for the aged Qformerly Was son s Nurslng Homel burned to the ground early th1s morn lng The owners 1V1arc1a Knapp and Lynn Eadle stated that the fire was caused by de fect1ve Wlrlng mstalled by Jlm Keeley s Electrmcal Ap pl1ance Shop Hobbl1ng to safety were Mr H Ray Young Mzss Zelrna Peard Mlss Nelrose Cork1ll and Mrs Juell Duren .1V11SS Grace D1ehl vallantly dashed back mto the blazlng mferno and rescued her butterfly collectxon She later remarked It wasn t much but It was worth lt' Mr Leonard Smlth and 1V1r Alv1n E Heck were forced to Jump to safety from the th1rd floor Donations for a new safe ty net w1ll be appreclated' 1Vlr Heck had been confxned to the nurs1ng home havmg never quxte recovered from the shock of the F1remen LaVern Robertson and Wayne Wlsely were ln Jured wh11e herolcly trymg to save some chlcken w1re whlch was stored 1n the base ment of the home fThe w1re was left from the lst place Homecomlng Float of the class of 53 N Commentmg upon the accldent Flre Chlef Duane Else stated It wasn t much but It was worth lt' DAM COMPLETED Head engmeer Denms L Stembach has announced the completron of the huge dam at Lake Calhoun Asked for a statement Mr Stelnbach commented It took a whlle but It was worth 1t R ICHARD CAR PER EDITOR LOST AT SEA The U S S I1l1no1s under the command of the darmg sea man Admrral Stephen Strmger was reported lost 1n the per1l ous waters of the Edwards Rlver A search has been underway for several days but no trace of the shlp or the crew has been reported CONVICT EXECUTED The notorlous forger Owen Freed conv1ct No 131313131 3 ended h1s career of cr1me at 10 17 P M today H1s last gasp mg words were I confess W1lbur Iwrote those notes to Rose It wasn t much but 1t was worth It NEW FANGLED CAR FAILS Whlle returmng to Galva from the dedmcatlon of one of h1s latest archltectual ach1eve ments a modern hotel ln Mlamx Beach Florlda Jrm Babcock stated that h1s self des1gned d1esel engme car falled m the Everglades He was marooned there for nlne hours before he was found THREE CAR COLLISION Mr Jack Peterson salesman for Parkay Margarlne Inc Mr Wayne Hustler Erlcson and Mr Cyrll Cervantes were hos pltallzed when 1nvolved ln a three car C0111S10h at the corner of E 109th St and 55th Ave 1n Galva Mr Er1cson and Mr Cervantes are members of the Natxonal Safety Councll The wreckage was towed to the Smclamr Serv1ce Statlon owned and operated by Mr Lynn Black Thxs page IS sponsored by HAGNEY S May as 1973 ACCIDENTS Raymond Palmer s 1973 Ford was shghtly damaged when s1de sw1ped by a seml truck drmven by Helen Marme Selman owner of Selman s Truck Transfer Other oc cupants of the Palmer car were Erlc Nordstrom Glenn Charlson Bob Werkhe1ser and Dav1d Anderson who were enroute to Kewanee to collect therr unemployment compen sat1on PERSONALS CHICAGOANS SPEND WEEKEND HERE Larry Nlchols former Galvan spentlastweekend Galva restmg from hrs du t1es as V1ce Presxdent mn charge of Popcorn Sellers at Wr1gley Fleld Mr Lloyd Anderson and w1fe Joyce and ch1ldren Lloyd Jr Ann Tom D1ck Harry Ruth Mary and Mehltable Jane v1s1ted frlends and relatwes over the week nd Mr Anderson 1S mana ger of the branch offlces of W1lly's Inc NEW FEATURE TO START In the future th1s space w1l1 be occupled by M1ss Mary Ann Swank s new column tmtled Mary s Advmce to the Lovelorn Address your let ters to M1ss Mary Ann Swank IH care of the Galva Dally Blatt KUGLER'S MUSIC SCHOOL OPENS B111 Kulger famous yod elmg star of W L S opened hls new yodelmg school thls week Anyone desmrmg yodel mg please Contact Mr Kulger durmg h1s xnstructxon perlod 103PM untxl1Z7PM on Tuesday Telephone num ber 0 0000 , . . , , - . . , ! ' . 1 . ' ' , I 1 n -Q . I - . . . y , I ' . 1 . . . , . , . , . - . . D 1 ' ' 1 1 . . , x ' ' Y ' ' I a . . ' , . , - . K ac .v - ' , , , . . . . . . . " ' ll 1 . 1 1 l - - , IH 1 . I , ' Y . D - I - . H . . - . . . I , . , y .. . , , ' I I 7 graduation of the class of '53! - - . ' ' I 3 . . . . . ' ' ' . 1 .2 . . ' - 1 1 ' I U ' . . . . . I . . ' ' an 4 . U , . I ' ' n ,, , , . . ., ., . u ln ' ' 5 . , - 0 I 1 - - '. . . n ' n . ' , , . . I I , . . . . I . l . I . . u ' , 1 0 ' ' . . ,, - , . . 20th ANNIVERSARY Donnie Garrigan invites you to help him celebrate the 20th Anniversary of his fabulous night spot lZlllB "53" Two Exotic Floor Shows Each Evening Starring Lindabell Bubbles Hutson with Bill Nelson s famous Rockettes featuring Betty Kenney Darlene Robbins and others Dance to the music of Don Behnke s Orchestra just returned from a two weeks run at Ciro s WITH Bob Hot lips Olson on the clarinet Vocal Soloists Wayne Abbott and Joan Pobanz Master of Ceremonies Jim Lindberg Hat Check G1rl Bartender Cigarette Girls Bouncer Donna fl Nelson Jan Engstrom Betty Sterritt Bud Bonar Joyce Willis Cover Charge 10 OO It 1sn t much but it s worth it LEGAL NOTICES Misses JoAnn Thompson and Helen Sandstrom oper ators of the Sandstrom Thompson Variety Store l cated next door to the Knapp Eadie Nursing Home filed a law suit Tuesday against Misses Knapp and Eadie operators of the Nursing Home They are suing for damages acquired by the establishment when valuable merchandise was destroyed as a result of fire The fire of the Nursing Home incited several dogs and cats in the store and in the ensuing up roar they destroyed many valuable Bing Crosby records The hearing is scheduled or Monday afternoon at Z OO P M in the Court House in Cambridge Illinois CLASSIFIED ADS For exceptional values inquire at Honest Doug s Used Car Lot on the corner of S E 39th St and 33rd Ave in Galva The lot is op erated by Douglas Anderson Our weekend special is a 1923 Maxwell with Chartreuse seat covers and a horn in excellent condition This is an excellent bargain at 719 59 It s not much but it s worth NEW CHEMICAL INVENTED Professor Paul Brown noted chemist has just re leased his latest discovery a new chemical compound that removes the rings left by spot remover The new chemical is called hydro polyethlene better known as distilled water plus 000000000044 lf4 grams paprika When asked for a statement Prof Brown stated It isn t much but it s worth 9 A T T E N T ION BARGAIN HUNTERS' Slightly used tassels for graduation caps for sale member of the Class of 33 5 It s not much but it s worth This page is ponsored by JOHN H BEST 8: SONS ' , ' sa :- ' I ll Ii , . - 1 . , , , In - ' ls ' S . , . , . . . , . . . , v ' . ' , o- . . . P ' , ! ' - -' Sh Contact any ' n 1 ' I 1 . Q S it." I . I . il' IV Y . . . . O " ' - , - 4 4 1 . 1 . , ' itn, . . , . . 1 , . . S A ll ' U . ' I , Y it." 7 Qynxgfgiamwgfig' ' MASS Wlll We the class of 1953 do w1ll and bequeath the followlng Wayne Abbott w1ll my shy and ret1r1ng manner to V1olet Palmer Davld Anderson w1ll my tr1ps to court to Burdett Dunbar Douglas Anderson w1ll my perfect attendance record to Roderlc Huber Lloyd Anderson w1ll my empty seat bes1de Martha to Charlle Forest James Babcock w1ll my place on the Student Counc1l to Larry Humphrey Donald Behnke w1ll my dark wavy ha1r to Pat Murphy Lynn Black w1ll my two Chevles to Donald Bonar Everett Bonar w1ll my cool even temper to Ne1l Pobanz Paul Brown w1ll my energet1c manner to my brother Dwmght R1chard Carper w1ll my empty gas tank to Howard Summerson Cyr1l Cervantes w1ll my casual remarks to Jlmmy Colhster Glenn Charlson w1ll my love for the g1r1s to Leo Cromlen Lynn Eadle w1ll my 1HaCt1V1ty 1n hxgh school organ1zat1ons to Sharon Halsall Duane Else w1ll my farmer s gr1p to Wayne Croz1er Jan Engstrom w1ll my w1ll1ngness to co operate to Jean Cederberg Wayne Erlcson w1ll my 'L1nda" to her next door ne1ghbor KJ D 1 Owen Freed w1ll my 1nnocence to J1mrny Clayton Donald Garr1gan w1ll my old Mercurys to Ne11 Pobanz L1nda Hutson w1ll my nlcknames to Cookxe Walsh James Keeley w1ll my good manners to my brother B111 Betty Kenney w1ll my bo1sterous manners to Susxe Mass1ng11l Marcla Knapp w1ll my beautxful blonde ha1r to Rose Durant W1ll1am Kugler w1ll my motorcycle ab1l1ty to Duane Bell James Lxndberg w1ll my M C ab1l1ty to Fredd1e Starr Donna Jean Nelson w1ll my sxlent way to Valer1e Lmdbloom Wllbur Nelson w1ll my love notes to whom they may concern Larry N1c1'o1s w1ll my m1sch1evous manner to Gary Kenney Er1c Nordstrom w1ll my South s1de g1r1 to any close ne1ghbor Robert Olson w1ll my wayward charm for the Sophomore g1rls to Robert Wexell Raymond Palmer w1ll my attendance on ll'11t1at1OIl Day to any other Freshman Jack Peterson w1ll my love for oleo margar1ne to Audrey Peterson I Joan Pobanz w1ll my red ha1r to Harlow Westhn Darlene Robbxns w1ll my he1ght to Judy Daymude LaVern Robertson w1ll my pull w1th the teachers to anyone who needs lt Helen Sandstrom w1ll my ab111ty to answer the questxon How about a httle k1ss Babe?" See Red w1ll my ab111ty of concentratlon to Jack Townsend Denms Stembach Betty Jo Sterrltt Stephen Strmger Mary Ann Swank Morse w1ll w1ll wxll my punctuahty to B111 Dowell my beard to Guy Jones my on agaln off agaln engagement Joan Thompson w111 not leave Bmg to anyone' Robert Werkhe1ser w111 my manlv bu11d to Derek Myers Joyce W1l11s w1ll my blue r1bbon" to Donna Boston I Wayne Wxsely w1ll my qulet dlsposltxon to Wayne Cralg Slgned and Sealed by the Class of 1953 rmg to Karen ' f' Y 2 Af gif 27, -n xp J: X S . z Qc F ' 6 I, , . . . . u I, . , . . A I, , ' ' . I, I . . . . I, , ' ' . I, , ' ' . I, , ' " ' " . I, , ' ' . I, ' . . , . u I, ' , ' . I' . ' . . . l I, , . . . . I, . , . . . . . . . . 1 I' , . , . . U I' , . . . - K I, ' , ' ' ' - ' . . . I, , . . . . L . 7 . . l I' . ' . . ,, . ,, Q I, , ' , ' . L , . . . . . ' I. . , . . . . I' . . , . . . Q I' . , . ' G . . . I I, , . . . . I I, ' , ' . I' . L Y . . . D I' . , . - . . . i I, , . . I, , . . . . 0 I, , ' ' . L , . . . ' I, . , . . l I' ' . . . . I' ' . . . . I ,, I, . . , . . . . I I, . , . . . . I, ' , ' . I, , . - . - - . . l, , ' " ' " . I, . I . ' . I I' . . ' . ,, . ' Wfwj l I MYKIS AND C0 INC TOPIKA KANSAS 6 K ffl! N ' ! X , ,Lf cfugpfwzf.


Suggestions in the Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) collection:

Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 1

1928

Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection, 1936 Edition, Page 1

1936

Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 1

1954

Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection, 1955 Edition, Page 1

1955

Galva High School - Galahi Yearbook (Galva, IL) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.