Georgetown High School - Aerie Yearbook (Georgetown, TX)

 - Class of 1954

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'Ji P0em by Josiah Gilbert H 'si S54 ouafld. 11- 1 1-:,uw1-Mia w-JM-w-f-w'--11- ' 1- '-Af'-1 --1-A U1 izg. --1 . H 1 ' Q 3 ' ' f.1-1 11121 1-W. 11...1:-. iw 1. I I,.,S,I,II, I I -vw.--N11 ,U1-. , ra' II, .Z . .,. 1.,, I , .I KI. , I E 'f"Y 'rs' Y l' Ni H X - .if ' uv E' 'ifqif -ff. Q I .. ,. . ., , 17'--'. X 4 .,:- 2:.f 9 , -,' wx.. ?".,"ff Lf 1 'ff ',". 7 'X . .5 17 ' 'Ya 4 ', .- . Q 'il ' v, 1 K. . 5 ti1"':Z. 1 , ' l ub, T . I 'QI L 2 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS THE LADDER OF THE YEAR 4" 1 .F fi ' E M P. I I L I . .5 1 x H I fm J I 1 ,Th -wx. , 9 Nc . A , A A ' If Jw was I 1 I1 'I ,, -A lr. X , 'gs f- J . . 1 TITLE PAGE DEDICATION FOREWORD DEPARTMENTS AND THEIR WORK LADDER OF ACTIVITIES ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES THE TOP OF THE LADDER LADDER OF CLASSES ATHLETICS RUNG OF THE ADVERTISING LADDER N N N N N N N 5 N N N N N N N N N E N N E N N N N N N N N N N N N N E E N N N E N N N N N N N N N N E N N N E N N N N N N N N N N E N N N N E N N N N E E E E N N N N N N N N N N N N E N N N N N N E 3 E E N E N N N N N N N N N E N N N N E N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N 5 N N N E N N E N N N N E N N N N N E N N N N N N N E N N E N N 5 E N N E E E N N N N N N N E E N N N E N N N E N N N N mxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxfmxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxwxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxwxxxxxxxwxxxxxmw ADMINISTRATION Mr, Joe C, Barnes is the twelfth superintendent of our schools since the building of the old elementary school in 1894. In order, they have been, F, P, Leverett, A, L, Stubbs, D, L, Hamilton, A, W, Smith, J, W, Clark, M, A, Cannon, Burdett Sparks, T, E, Lee, R, L, Hiles, L, W, St, Clair and J, C, Barnes, wmv-uni' MRS, CLARA HALL Secretary to Mr, Barnes, MRS, MARY DIBRELL, Secretary to Mr, Williams, Principal of the high school MR, E, L, WILLIAMS. Mr, Wllhams entertains students at Coke Party, BUILDINGS AND BOARD ANNIE PURL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL This building was erected in 1894-'95, In 1948 it was named the Annie Purl Elemen- tary School to honor Miss Annie Purl, 1 -ur 'whim . .1--afmivfin,-n THE SCHOOL BOARD Mr, Joe Davis, Mr, Charles Forbes, Mr, C, S, Sanders, Mr, C, E, Gauntt, Mr, J, J, Jones, Jr, and Mr, Guy Ewing, QMr, Wallace Evans was absent,j MMI., . ,F iv' 1M,,.-on THE GEORGETOWN HIGH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCHOOL Erected in 1923-24 while Mr, Thomas Lee was superintendent of the Georgetown schools, this building replaced an old building purchased from Southwestern University, 1121 .. sm' "var P391 ENGLISH TEACHERS AT SEPTEMBER WORKSHOP ENGLISH TEACHERS PLAN SCHEDULE FOR THE YEAR T Miss Agnes Wilcox, Mrs. Angus Springer, Mr. R. B. Hickman and Mrs. Dovie Sparger met September 1. 1953, to make plans for the coming year. STUDENTS RECITE POETRY IN THIRD YEAR ENGLISH Marilyn Allan, Billy Headrick, Christie Armstrong, Curtis Barbara Morris recite "The Bells" in their English Class. HOME ECONOMICS Mrs. Madeline Fuller and Miss Billie Gene l-laygood help Loretta Schneider with the measurements of her pattern. DIAGRAMING Eighth grade students, Jerry Bane Gibbs and and Edith Davis, explain the senten- ces they diagramed on the board. SPANISH Miss Orline Clinkscales heads the Spanish department in the high school. She teach- es two Spanish classes and acts as sponsor of the Pan American Student Forum. Her other activities include teaching English and Journal- ism. Mrs. Rae McCoy has charge of Spanish in the seventh and eighth grades. She also teaches literature. F54 ay 219 sr. SPANISH TEACHERS COMPARE NOTES Mrs. McCoy Qlefty and Miss Clinkscales discuss ways to make their classes more interesting as well as educational. questions. Billye Adams locates a Mexican city for Mrs. McCoy as Tommy Strickland, Patsy Gamble and Wayne Walden await their COMMERCIAL COURSES Mr. Tom Dannelley teaches all commercial courses. These are typing, shorthand and bookkeeping Mr. Dannelley is kept busy in the fall coaching the Junior High foot- ball team. DANNELLEY SUPERVISES TYPING TEST "Coach" pauses to see how Jerry Hawes is doing on the fifteen min- ute timed test. Patsy Gunn works seriously at her typing. Mrs Cynthia Murray and Miss Eula Joyce Burleson social science teachers, talk together about their plans and schedules for the coming year. Floyd Wuthrich Gloria Fletcher and Gordon Fm Jane Steelman Evelyn Nolen, Marilyn Kelm, ley are doing an experiment in Mr Williams s Lmdal Compton Patsy Gunn and Sammie Hinder class son do experiment in Mr. Keith's class. SCIENCE Mr. E. W. Keith and Mr. E. L. Williams discuss their science courses for the year. Mr. Williams, principal, teaches a chemistry class to relieve the crowded science classes. Mrs. Madeline Fuller also teaches a science class, general science. Mr. Ben Rosenblad teaches eighth grade science. STUDENTS FIND HELP IN LOOKING FOR BOOKS Mike Stone and Ruth Miller, with the aid of Mrs. Katie Lee and Mrs. Gertrude Tingle, receive the help they need in finding books in the school library. I Cf lt P MATHEMATICS TEACHERS DISCUSS CLASSROOM MATERIAL Coach B. Birkelbach, Miss Mattie Loventhal and Mrs. Jana Greenway -if look over a chart on mathematical terms with which students should be - , 4 familiar. Q' v. A, r kg 1 R. Ihese Mathematical VNU' Ji 651 gf ll CD Mr. W. B. Skelton, Band Director of the Georgetown High School. - Q cusmsrnv CQ C Geonernv CD C I-usronv Q C motosv CD Mrs. H. C. Sivells, Studyl Hall teacher. C ALGSBRA G Mr. N. R. Priest, Assistant Coach. Boys' P.E. teacher C ENGUSH and Mathematics teacher. ' di'- ifh J 2 trr r fi tta - ..-V T C Q.i , ,,.v 1 liAA ttf r t . - S A .a.l el at his Mrs. Kay Kendrick, Girls Basketball coach and PEH teacher. Coach Ben Rosenblad, Assis tant Coach and a science teacher in lower grades. Mr. I. H. Greenway, Agri- culture teacher, Sponsor F. F. A . """w-. Arm- '44 K A!! -7 M' 'NW' 5-L'W.:'.,,t 7422 r 4117- 5 'H l 'Y' Minh, 697211553 lf? , . 'ff . .1-1:z33g:EH?Q'f23: , - "'--1"zgzz,,. f ' 1 , 3 r-gh 1,2 M 4 .. " ' A ' 'xv' .. - , K K ,. N Y.. 4 Y, . , .Q - I. " 'ff ru., .' I " . ' p " w'.,,H,, n 1 - r' ' ' " I 4. -K' .- ' ,.f'-, . '1,' ' ,1, 'I ' ,' - . - -1 '- ,-., , f - . , 'y N'!"vnK X , . A . , - 'f 11: 1 J ,- f N Z. . nw.u,,,Q,: 4 b . ' . K T 'N'-. .YL"A, -.-9 ,A ' 5. , , A Mm , I ' , ' 7 -f . Q .1 ' ' . " """f'N if as -, 1 A ' - 1 ' . nf""f1.ma1' I ' ,f 'r 5 J' "L, jflf'-Q : ' ' . K A ' ng!-.': A, r . ' . .1 '-img K 3 5 v , , "ww A , . - 'I . 5 j , , I ' .1 4. ". '. " '- I ' P- X . ' ' w l A ., 1 f ' v Qi,-, .i , X' . " .X LL: fi ' . ', V - , ' Q .- -' ' .-. ,V - . W V fv '. mil 1, ku , , my x ' ' , 1 , 5 . I ll' , - .N ,f -if 9 ' '77 of? 1, ,, H ' ' -X.-W ,: , , E' ,m - ,. --'f:,,.-- Q ,.,,,'. x., ' , , ' .A ,rv - ' "Wig 114.25 ' ' i' 'T -.1 zu 9 J 1' ft ug' . ay s e ANNUALS ARRIVE The very first day of school, September 3, the long awaited '53 annuals were received. Above, Mr. Williams signs June Burkhart's Aerie during the "time out" for autographs. AUTOGRAPHING Right: Martha Hoffman, Marilyn Kelm, Donna Hausenfluck, Wilma Moore and Jane Steelman busy themselves in the busi ness at hand, autographing and getting autographs from their friends. sigh Q FRIENDS SIGN Left: Kenneth Behrens and Beverly Sullivan sign their pictures and write catchy phrases in each other's annuals. In the background Pinckney Whitfield and Ralph Love exchange autographs. This is our first time to have fall delivery All are pleased with this plan as a full coverage is possible. RODEO PARADE Gayle Ann Smith rode in the parade entry sponsored by the Georgetown Lions Club. Gayle Ann, a fresh- man student, is recovering from polio. ff? RODEO PARADE FLOAT Six Freshman and Sopho- more girls, Sara Cooper, Harriet Berglund, Deanna Doerfler, Margaret Thread- gill, Kay Hubbard and Rosemary Peterson say, "Say it with flowers!" from the Flower Nook's float. HERO WELCOMED HOME School joined the town September 15. in rejoicing over the return of Rich- ard Lundquist. Home after two years as a prisoner in Korea, Richard is shown here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lundquist. Richard graduated in 1946. SENIOR BOYS TA KE TIME OUT AT FIESTA September 16 saw the opening of the Senior social season. A fiesta held at the Country Club was the first of a group of Senior parties planned for the year. Walter Childress and La- Nell Hancock took first places in the best dressed contest. Shown at right are Wendel Taylor, Jack Russell, Russell Jenkins and Walter Childress. 6 me N5 SENIORS DECORATE The grandstand is made ready for the football games by three of the cheerleaders: Mary Bir- kelbach, Anna Jones and Mildred Lundblad. mwVsrx ? :ilQ BAND SWEETHEART Miss Patricia Isom was named Band Sweetheart during the h of the West-Georgetown Football game. Nancy Ellyson and Bev- erly Sullivan escorted Pat on field and Band Mascot, Betty Doerfler presented her with a bouquet of white mums. f'-'7' , fp p. f f ' MLW J S Y OCTOBER'S alf the :Xa- f nf X 3-1 ..- ROUND OF THE LADDER Qf , fc-sb fm---fee VNC J-fe J ....f-Q wr' -.Wy RA js f kg 17 f f-fxk Q I FOOTBALL GAME ' Iuniors decorate the goal posts for the George- , X f town-Belton game. f- ' . 5 . Isl-' 1, --1221. V... gg' rl- Q... g CJ, f xl CORONATION OF THE FOOTBALL QUEEN Miss Angela Englebrecht, Sophomore nominee, is es- corted on the field by Carl Stried for the coronation of the 1953 Football Queen. The coronation took place during the half-time of the Belton-Georgetown Football Game, October 30. I7 NOVEMBER ,W "HUCKLEBERRY FINN" Speech students, Sue Godwin and Ann Covey make up Donna Hausen fluck and Martin Mc- Clain for their roles in the Sophomore play, "Huckleberry Finn." The play was directed by Mrs. Frances Sprin- ger, one of the Sopho- more sponsors. HOME ECONOMICS INITIATION Martha Hoffman, Katherine Jacob, Linda Luksa, Kay Hubbard, Harriet Berglund, and Angela Englebrecht are all dressed up for the Home Economics Initiation which was held during F.H.A. Week. HOMECOMING At the annual homecoming dance, Mike Stone, president of the Student Council, crowns Sue Godwin. Barbara Morris, Gor- don Finley, and Donald Barrington look I8 on. x 4 L x MINSTREL IUBILEE December 3rd the Senior Class presented the MIN- STREL IUBILEE to a capacity crowd to raise funds for the Senior trip. Every Senior participated in the production. Right: Mr. Hambo, Ce- cil Spaing Mr. Sambo, Fred Sullivan, Mr. Tam- bo, George Sutton, and Mr. Bones, Skip Strick- landg were featured in the show. DECEMBER RUNG 5. if' INNER WILLY On the 10th ofthe month, the Juniors gave as the third annual Junior Class Play, a three-act comedy called THE INNER WILLY. Left: Twin sisters, Janet and Trudy Marshall, played by Thelma and Velma Dykes, are drawing straws to determine which one will go to the prom with Willoughby Adams, portrayed by Kenneth Behrens. JANUARY, FEBRUARY AND MARCH ROUND OF THE LADDER UNDERCURRENT Miss Page hopes to win her case freeing Annie fBeverly Sullivanj from her hard-boiled father fMike Stoney, as Mother fMildred Lundbladj ser- ves supper. January: Basketball held the center of the stage during all of January and much of February. This year the games were good and interest high. Large crowds attended all the games. In the picture, Allbritton of Burnet guards Georgetown ace, Joe Moehring as he pushes off a shot, in the finals of the Georgetown Tourna- ment. FFA - FHA BANQUET Barbara Knauth, Freddie Sanders and Kathrine John- son, along with Miss Haygood and Mrs. Fuller, help- ed make the Valentine Banquet a big success. APRIL RUNG OF THE LADDER l TENNIS COURTS P,E, boys help to prepare grounds for new tennis courts, The P, T, A, had the building of the courts as their main project of the year. Thanks are due Mrs, J, N, Adkins and her workers. -van is JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET The Junior-Senior Banquet held at the Country Club used a Mardi Gras theme as is shown in the iron grill work over the windows, The decorations, food and program followed on this theme, Margie Cagel in ballet costume sang and served tables, QQ ks-21 x I I Q , INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE In April, students' interest was largely the Interscholastic League events. Charles Chance and Cecil Spain, two contestants, talk over prospects, HAWES' RANCH PARTY Saturday, April 24, the Senior Class enjoyed a party at the Hawes' Ranch, Swimming, hiking, horseback riding, boating and dancing filled the afternoon and evening, Shown in the picture are Shirley Housen- fluke, Dolores Tomlinson and Anna Jane Jones giving advice to Ernest Wilson on his barbecue, Qlt could not be improved on,j MAY RUNG OF THE LADDER P, A, S, F, DANCERS Kay Hubbard and Angela Engelbrecht placed second in couples dancing in the annual state contest in Austin, . w '11 1 f. E,,,.X,,yu P, A, S. F. CHORUS Shots of the Pan American Chorus which won first at state, The success was due the direction of Mrs. Frances Hausenfluck, Q-mofl HONORARY MEMBER Kenneth Behrens confers honorary membership upon Mrs, Frances Hausenfluck for her tireless work with the P, A, S, F, - SENIOR ACTIVITIES Four Seniors saddle up for a ride at the Lazy "I-I" Ranch, OUR MISS BROOKS has troubles, Q u ,ff D 1 Qfhig 1' T 1 I'-'ffl' . ' f. X" 'Q : I .fix ' ' - l . , Q 3 1 if: I L l .g' ..- ,F ' ,. - ., 1- J' if in Y ,-L. U5 s I' M '- H ' f-'f 1 6 4, . ' ' ' .f 4 5' 3 1 V - , X, . -- 1 - 1 , 14 11 fy -A ' 5 'ik if . .EY jqgkmr, , . AD J. 4 - qfgbz-g - -S , i 51 x 3,25 A, 4 lllllllllf l ,. Ai q ,,, . A .lv Q1 Q fl, h . 'I d" E -'xv s' , .. -ex A , - ., . -A .Q , ., ,X -V 3 Q .mi ra . A .454 I - ,c ' ' -Li Q " 1,3 'X x .- 'Q' . A ' ' .' , f , H w. " H , . , V - - .- -iff' , A z 1. . , gil, .' '54 .'- I ' V . ,.-ff"-qf':.fi' 1 L Il! 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F' I STUDENT COUNCIL The officers of the Student Council are, left to right- Marilyn Kelm Alb , , ert Munson, Connie Kennedy, Mike Stone, Presidentg Mary Ruth Birkelbach, Jimmie Adkins, Shirley Hausenfluck. The Student Council has done several outstanding things this year. During Public School Week it spon- sored a forum in assembly discussing "Honesty in School Work." On the forum were Mr. W. H. Hoffman Mrs. Raye McCoy, Jimmie Adkins, Jane Steelman, Jack Cooper and Sammie Lou Henderson. The Council had a coke party to help the Polio Drive A . ssembly programs have been under the direction of Mary Ruth Birkelbach, Vice President of the Council. COKE PARTY Connie Kennedy and Cecil Spaur sell cokes to members of the student body. Ru l I L! Margie Cag 157 PAN-AMERICAN STU DENT FORUM eth Behrens President Kay Hubbard e Officers, left to right: Kenn le, Treasurerg Martin MCC lain Vice President AERIE STAFF AT THANKSGIVING LUNCHEON Christie Armstrong tells of Conference in Austin where Mr. N. S. Patterson and others gave many helpful suggestions which she now passes on to members of the staff. 25 and 26. SOC AND BUSKIN CLUB "Skip" Strickland repairs curtain in preparation for the District One-A ct Plays held at Georgetown, March Officers of the Soc and Buskin Club are, left to right: Albert Munson, Reporter, Lindal Compton, Secretaryg Mike Stone, President, Christie Armstrong, Historian, and Kenneth Behrens, Vice President. Below: Floyd Wuthrich car ries Sue Godwin's books as they go to study during re- hearsal. JUNIOR PLAY Left to right: La Nell Mott, Sammie Lou Henderson, Marilyn Allen and Kenneth Behrens. They are examining his tongue to see if he needs Cod Liver Oil. The Juniors put on this play to make money for the wonderful Iunior-Sen- ior Banquet they gave us. A. .Li is 5 SOPHOMORES ENTER DRAMA Tom Sawyer's hair stands on end because he does- n't think Huckleberry is hidden from his father. Left to right: Donald Barrington, Martin Mc- Clain and Don Parker lla. 'im TRIFFLES Shirley Hausenfluck and La Nell Han cock examine the broken door of the bird cage. "' "UNDERCURRENT" SCENE Above: "Order rules the world, but man is ruled by the whipl" declares .Pa Fishyer, Mike Stone, as his wife and children, Mildred Lundblad, Mag Beverly Sullivan. Annie, and Pinckney Whitfield as Emil, cower in fear. Emotional Scene from 'THE UNDBICURRENT' 28 DISTRICT ONE A CT PLAY In district Inter- scholastic League competition on March 5, George- town entered "The Undercurrent." The play won second place, losing a very close decision to Killeen. Lindal Compton ranked second on the All-Star Cast. n "UNDERCURRENT" CLASH Above: In another gripping scene from the play, Mrs. Floyd and Annie come near fighting as Miss Page looks on. Mrs. Floyd is played by Anne Covey. Left: Ma Fishyer, Mildred Lundblad, pleads with the social worker, Miss Page, in a touching scene from the district one act play. Miss Page is being portrayed by Lindal Compton. OUR MISS BROOKS, the Senior Play, played for two nights with a M different cast of boys each night, The cast Qfirst nightj of OUR MISS BROOKS. Mr, Wadsworth, played by George Sutton fthe second nightj is trying to straighten affairs out, A Min Finch, played by Shirley Hausenfluke, ix about to let the cat out of the bag, Jack Russel and La Roy Walton are perform- ing the duties of the stage managers, An accident during dress rehearsal, seven X years bad luck, mirror broken! F. H. A. OFFICERS Bottom row: Anna Jones, Treasurerg Betty Jane Williams, Presi- dentg Mary Ann Adams, Secretary, Mildred Lundblad, Reporterg and Alice Sivells, Song Leader. Top row: Lindal Compton, Degrees Chairmang Marilyn Kelm, Vice Presidentg Lanell Mott, Pianist: Evelyn Nolen, Historian. " it x 'N Dr. Berglund speaks to the guests of "Sweet- hearts of Other Lands." Right: Gordon Finley crowns Jerry Hawes and Marilyn Kelm, King and Queen of Hearts. Crown Bearer was Kathrine Williams. F.H.A. F.F.A. BANQUET Gordon Finley, master of ceremonies, laughs after one of his corny jokes. F. H.A. - F.F.A. BANQUET Continued Betty Jane Williams and Evelyn Nolen are putting sequins on the curtain, which was draped on each side of the entrance, A A scene from the head table--Betty Jane Williams, Gordon Finley, M, C, , and Lindal Compton, degrees chairman, 'i , Q if Barto Patterson, Albert Landry and Nancy Ellyson are putting up the sweethearts' entrance, 'sv"'1' Becky Russel, Katherine Jacob, Martha Hoffman and Kay Hubbard are receiving their Junior Homemaker Degree from Betty Jane Williams, chapter president, Gayle Ann Smith, an FHA member, singing a love song for all Sweethearts, INITIATION OF NEW HOMEMAKERS Left to right: Lavera Mickan, Patri- cia Teinert, Betty Zoch, Betty Ar- tieschoufsky, Carolyn Buchorn and Val Jean Bethke, PLANE GEOMETRY FLYING SAUCERS WINNERS! Left to right: Barto Patterson, Kenneth Green and A I I n F, H,A, PIN-UP BOY Ima me 0 es' Gordon Finley raids the Ice Box in the Foods Lab Rita Lefner and John Hancock divide Patsy Gamble and Roy Lee Adams solving a recipe in Arithmetic, a problem about a recipe, AERIE STAFF 0 -1-1.-Lpll -' 0 , . . ' ' N wt- -, X 1 E iii-1 I... Members of the Annual Staff are seated left to right: Beverly Sullivan, Lindal Compton, Christie Armstrong, Mildred Lundblad, Shirley Hausenfluck, Standing left to right: Sammie Lou Henderson, Betty Jane Williams, Pinckney Whitfield, George Sutton, Kenneth Behrens, Drew Spnders, Albert Munson, Gordon Smith and Jack Cooper, Co-editors Beverly Sullivan and Jack Cooper, Z Q- T The 1953-54 Aerie staff has struggled to produce an annual better than any produced so far. The Journalism Con- ference in Austin and the scoring and criticism of N, S, Patterson of the National Yearbook Association have been studied carefully, Several night meetings with refreshments were held at various times. Sponsor: Miss Mattie Loventhal .f ' a x"'f m1l1 F.H.A. DEGREE WINNERS MARILYN KELM and LaVERNE DOMEL received the highest honor that can be received in the F.H.A. organization, They were awarded the State Future Homemaker Degrees. Achieve- ments, leadership qualities, home and commu- nity work and character are qualities upon which the awards are based. LaVerne is a junior and Marilyn is a senior, and both have completed three years of Home Economics, 34 PIN-UP BOY GORDON FINLEY, F.H.A. Pin-up Boy. was elected from a field of seven candidates. He was master of ceremonies at the annual F, H,A,, F, F, A, Banquet, which was held February 12 in the cafeteria, He was also candidate for District Pin-up Boy. Gordon enjoyed ice box privileges, WU! DISTRICT ONE-ACT PLAY WINNER Lindal Compton IS a member of All-Star Cast -11 .N 'N 'I ' , fa Q' T' 'U' " K tl , X. . xxx 'lu 3' Mx 4 Q-J F F A Officers left to right: Barto Patterson, Reporter, Kenneth Green, Secretary, Don Parker Treasurer, Albert Landry, President, and Jimmy Cassens, Vice President, F.F.A. 1953-'54 One of the outstanding events of the year for the F, F, A. and its members has been the sending of two delegates to the National F, F, A, Convention in Kansas City where the work of F, F, A, chapters of the nation could be learned. Many outstanding speakers were presented, among them President Eisenhower, Don Parker and George Doering were our delegates. Many members won at the Houston Stock Show and also at the local show, The F, F, A, Chapter ranked 11 in competition with 350 schools in a contest held at John Tarleton. Some of the winners of the shows were George Doering, Curtis Michan and Delvin Lefner, Others who entered were John Mont- gomery, John Engvall, Albert Landry, Calvin Buchhorn, Pete Joseph, Robert Montgomery, Earl McKeithan, Jimmy Caskey, Jerry Don King, Billy Hausenfluck and M, J, Kimbro, M I H Greenway, Agriculture Teacher and F,F,A, Sponsor ' F' M Fr' 'W - ls'-:SI isnt: -M S- -- psig.,- xsne -we was was Q . mr. ,,, is M, ' '21, C ur -as ,1 V st -'QV ,. Q Beverly Sullivan, Pinckney Whitfield, 1, 0 Q Best Actor, and Drew Sanders. KELM AND HA WES VALENTINE ROYALTY At the annual F,H, A. - F.F, A. Banquet held in February, Marilyn Kelm and Jerry Hawes were crowned King and Queen of Hearts. At right, the King and Queen en- ter through a heart- framed door as Master of Ceremonies, Gordon Finley and Jeanie Will- iams assist in the coro- nation. 38 '54 ,1 aa. SOC 'N' BUSKIN ONE-ACT PLAY NIGHT WINNERS Inspecting the club scrapbook are the members of the Soc 'n' Buskin One-Act Play Night All- Star Cast: Mike Stone, Anne Co- vey, Shirley Faye Hausenfluck, Best Actress, SENIOR PLAY WINNERS All-Star Cast of "Our Miss Brooks, senior play, Left to right: Beverly Sullivan, Roy Strickland, Lindal Compton, Jimmie Adkins and Sue Godwin, ---ml ---11 WU , f .Q . MR, AND MISS GHS Mr, G, I-LS, , Charles Chance and Miss G,H,S, , Rita Gay Jordan, centerg Prince Gordon Finley and Princess Jo Ann Aderhold, rightg Duke Ernest Kimbro and Duchess Barbara Knauth, left, MR, AND Miss Gus Mr, and Miss G, H,S, being crowned by Principal E, L, Williams. Looking on are Ernest Kimbro, Barbara Knauth, Jack Cooper and Beverly Sullivan. Q ..,qe4 c ' ' Er I Ig: 'Y D. "Y 1 ,' lt! ff N11 1 . SUE GODWIN, 1953 Homecoming Queen, is presented a bouquet by her escort, Gordon Finley, at the annual Homecoming Dance. HONOR WINNERS SHIRLEY HAUSENFLUCK was elected by the Seniors and the Teachers to receive the Good Citizenship Award presented by the Georgetown Chapter of the D. A. R. PATRICIA ISOM, elected by the members of the Eagle Band, is the 1953-54 Sweet- heart of the Band. f w A NG ELA ENGLEBRECHT Angela, the Sophomore Candidate for Football Queen, was crowned during the half-time of the Georgetown- Rosebud Football game for the 1953-54 season. JEANNE PETERS Jeanne, sweetheart of the Georgetown F. F. A., repre- sented the Chapter in the Regional Sweetheart Con- test held in Austin, Texas. Ji f , 1- ' Yi 'r MQ 41 ANGELA ENGLEBRECHT and DON PARKER Angela and Don, the best actress and actor of the Sophomore Play, HUCKLEBERRY FINN. BETTY JANE WILLIAMS, C0-Captain BILLIE FINNIE MARY RUTH BIRKELBACH These six cheerleaders were elected from eighteen candidates by the entire student body of G H . .S. They participated at all the Football games and the District Basketball Games. For the first time in the History of G H , .S. , the Cheerleaders received sweaters. ff? CHEERLEADERS OF 1953-1954 N x SUE GODWIN, Co-Captain MILDRED LUMBLAD ANNA JANE JONES 4""" 63 Z' 'Z' ffrf ,J 1" ggi' - cf" ,W'v if. . ' ' 7 W 1 f 4 3 TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Delegates to the F, I-I,A, State Convention in Ft, Worth are left to right: Patsy Gunn, La Nell Mott, La Verne Domel and Marilyn Kelm, we Plane Geometry students, Marilyn Kelm, Evelyn Nolen, we George Sutton and Jerry Hawes show off their work, The class voted these four the best, Clarence Lewis and Nancy Ellyson try out for Drum Major, neva Plat 3' Pitchers George Doering and if ings! Lf ,lyhf I 4:7 'S' 4 iff Pu X LL -' .fx .- - :Lil so ' . LW T af 11 Earl McKeithan warm up, , l- , "1"' t AFM 1 , - ' xii? E W 1' .I , MIKE STONE BOYS' STATE Mike Stone, elected by the Junior Class, represented Georgetown High School at the Boys' State, which was held in Austin, Texas last May. Mike is President of the Student Council and has held many other offices in the school. - I -Q . , 5 S 'v Q, .. I :C 'R JU N IOR ACTORS In 'The Inner Willy, 'Junior Play, Kenneth Behrens played the part of Willy, Sammie Lou Henderson the part of the aunt, and Lawerence Wisdom the part of Inner Willy, Lawrence and Sammie Lou were voted best actors, 7 U cp I J T lvl N H5- 3 Q Z Q WJ .: 1, 1, I 'ix .Q ,K A wi , 5 Q " 45 X SHIRLEY HAUSENFLUCK, girl with highest average. fs 1 CQ hiv IIMMIE ADKINS, boy with highest average, TOP TEN OF CLASS OF 1954 SHIRLEY HAUSENFLUCK, Valedictorian MARGARET NOACK, Salutatorian Left to right: Jimmie Adkins, Pinckney Whitfield, Anna Jane Jones, Delvin Lefner, George Doering, Jack Cooper, Marilyn Kelm, Margaret Noack, Laverne Hobratsch and Shirley Hausenfluck, The other eight had the highest averages in the Senior Class. IDIG .fx R 4 "" FCTS An outside pep rally with building in the background and students in the foreground, IR, YELL LEADERS Left and down: Sandra Elliott, Mary McCoy, Judy Chreitzberg, Right ana down: Janice Glass, Rita McCasland, Gay Bounds. 48 w - T00 LATE TO CLASSIFY The P,T, A, , students and parents financed the re- building of the tennis courts, This picture shows work under construction, iiQ'-Vavltafba - -I V GEORGETOWN EAGLE BAND The band has had a very successful year, They made a first in Concert Division and a first in Sight Reading Division, Eleven members made firsts on their solos and eleven ensembles made firsts, The two student conductors also made firsts, I DIVISION SOLOS AND ENSEMBLES 11: . A my 3 z jf? it muh YYY? -My ali f, Mildred Lundblad, Natalie Rosenblad, 0 M C Q Q I David McLaughlin and Kenneth Behrens, - FLUTE QUARTET Enid Anderson, Freddie Sanders, Rose Rath and Rosemary Peterson, .B- f .1 fi 5 CORNET SOLO Norman Boufford BARITONE SOLO Butch Johnson 50 CLARINET SOLO Patricia Ann Lackey FLUTE SOLO Enid Anderson SAX SOLO Drew Sanders CORNET SOLO Gary Granger BRASS QUARTET Fred Dodson, Gary Granger, David Watts and Brian Engelbrecht, 'IQ pn a FLUTE SOLO Jo Ann Rosenblad STUDENT CONDUCTOR 'S Clarence Lewis ki SAX SOLO Virginia Whitfield I HORN SOLO David Watts n-Ishii-Q it CLARINET SOLO David McLaughlin 5I BRASS SEXTET Clarence Lewis, Butch Johnson, Fred Dodson, Martin McClain, Alice Sivells and Mary Ann Adams. wx CLARINET TRIO Martha Cloud, Lindal Compton and Mary Ann Jones, 52 BRASS SEXTET Edward Gauntt, Roy Strickland, Norman Boufford, Billy McCormick, Fred Sulli- van and Charles Gauntt, 4, BRASS QUARTET John Berglund, Fred Hubbard, Tommy Strickland and Wayne Elkins. CORNET SOLO Martin McClain I Y 'W ffffrg 5 CLARINET TRIO Zara Reid, Rosalie Smith and Helen Mercer WOODWIND QUINTET Rosemary Peterson, Sara Cooper, Billy McCormick, Patricia Faught and June Burkhart, 1 , n i A 1 ,-. hl'. 'x .1 .fd SAX QUARTET Beverly Sullivan, Allan and Drew Sanders and Virginia Whitfield, CLARINET QUARTET Helen Mercer, Roselie Smith, Mary Ann Jones and Zara Reid, 4 3 STUDENT CONDUCTOR Lindal Compton TOO LATE TO CLASSI FY Q 7 x v . : a Ka K . CQ. me ' I 'Lb--9 . .Ag v f C1 lu I Harriet Berglund, Pinckney Whitfield. Ann Montgomery, v My. Ni. I . . . ' A Shirley Fay Hausenfluck and Anna Jane Jones emoyrng gglimqmw k signing last year's annuals, Spdfji'-'. 0 rriiiwl A, ,n:,n ,L Q 1 Q ig A .Q 'vs-N is if fn-" L' ff Outfielders, Johnny Engvall and Larry Hausenfluck talk over the game. LJ! XN Seniors enjoying dancing at the Lazy "I-I" Ranch The bonfire pep rally before the Taylor game, 54 0- 1... 1 0 Q, 1. 1 'I'-fn P vc' v L, 1' 44' " 'f..:s- 'S 0' 'WF Sir is 4 'ic' ftjej -.Zn , 'Z' 'W if 3 , rg' -r ,gm VZ 1 F I! rg' SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES Notice! The elevator to success is not running. You will have to take the stairs. EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS: Edith Davis, Presidentg and Mary Ann Jones, Vice Presi- dent. SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS: John Berglund, Presidentg and Tommy Strickland, Vice President. 2-'fn -' , 5 :i'f,f'i ' 'gr H, " if 1 f l W isa rs, 7-if ,l 52? gc .L nlrr B 1 :Q 'F V' 1 A lyyr at ri ' . L ,p r 1' it-NQQQ , A wit, J ,, ' 11 J sy V, 'VP' yy? 5 ij . rlsr J B D as B, D ,,,,frffgv.,U fm 'H 3 rzll alnigfifis-43'fl'ee2i: s S1 ' .b Am- 11111 H I . J, W., f Q 7 V Y 5 . ,K ur n E mim i: 'liiil-rligsifyyjwif -. ' L, 4 ,s- tv:.:'::, 5 , . J W W A 531 5 1 .rss 5, ., X A is gr, ,fx fViifl.ff'4z?4?'34flfiifiltl"if , fi ' 1 15. .,g'ig3f: Q g jgfiiif.-g, .113 Betty Joyce Adams Billye Joyce Adams Roy Lee Adams Catherine Anderson Gloria Aten Jimmy Barrington Johnny Berglund Cammy Blackmore Joe Bohanan David Brown Louise Brooks Ronny Burnett Bobby Brummett Jalane Carter Bobby Copeland Betty June Denham Rosemary Diaz iii 1 Billy Dowda A 1 S , Ls! 'af an fi al ,X J sr , , -Sr J , s.,: if W f 3 in ii PR!! it Q .,. ,i:H:W : .,., if ' 'K -Y - " , J iffy' . J f.11if,g- , , 3-397' 1 ' , , 9 11: .. 1,- 71 Wil l K' ' 'f 'EI Wayne Elkins Sandra Elliott Ronna Lee Ericson Carolyn Faught Dan Fox SEVENTH GRADE Kay Frederickson Patricia Gamble Melva Kay Glenn James Guess Audrey Jo Guthrie John Hancock Rex Hawes Carolyn Helgren Pete Herrera Gerald Hill Louise Holcomb Donald Hoyle Fred Hubbard Janet Ischy Kenneth Jenkins Estella Jimenz Robin Jolly Shirley Jordan Wendell Keeling Carolyn Keese W. D. Keese Gloyce Kimbro Tommy Kimbro Robert King 3 -,.q. I I G A t o K ,- g ' P G K l A ' S-1 Z K v ' is N, SEVENTH Victor Knauth Paula Labit Patricia Lackey Rita Lefner Tommy Leggett Travis Lester Martha Ann Letbetter Johnny Lindell Tommy Love Josie Luna Mary McCoy Edward Marlart Lorena Maldonado Martha Maldonado Billy Maynard Charles Miller Carolyn Miller Jerry Morgan James Murphy Bernice Nord Barbara Pate Joe Perry Julie Ramirez Marcos Ramos Ciso Rangel Joan Reid A. R. Robbins Mollie Rodriguiez Joan Rosenblad Georgia Ann Smith Karen Smith Peggy Spears Dicky Stanley Patsy Stearns Janet Steelrnan Robert Steward Tommy Strickland J. E. Stubbs Marcelo Tafoya Margie Thompson Alice Valentine Daniel Vasquez Olivia Vasquez Ray Vasquez Peggy Spears Beatrice Zavala Ruth Ann Vogler Wayne Walden Neal Walston Robert Whitehead y f Jrs HY' , 1 s. ' 5 J .wiwi?xei'ifTf 1.4?fi Velma Cagle LaNell Carlson Billie Caskey Delbert Chance Judy Chrietzberg Edith Davis Douglas Davis Larry Eads Damel Edwards Brran Engelbrecht Janlce Glass , 2 A 4 Jimmy Glover ii i y J ,J 4' H J A Q k P ' 'mf V ra it A D, , sf if EIGHTH Janice Darlene Adams Mary Kaye Adams Tommy Joe Allmon Joyce Elaine Anderson Linda Andrews Jerry Bane Carolyn Birch Betty Jane Bird Gay Bounds Thomas Bartz Imadell Burks Barry Chamberlin xxx! 'kri 'Q-'l J l 4 Q W r l 'g if Q xt . f A A H ysyy ar - Fr 4 ' r if 'K .Q , 'Q lffwf' tfrias'?3l'5k2 i , -ff 1.5, . K ffffrgssrrissf ., -. LQ:- 5' 257' 4 'I .,, f W Q A L Q .Y ,X ....... my is , ,r.. rr ' .4 A . are s ny ,, it L A 5' J Q - A ' l Gary Granger Ralph Granzin Neal Harris GRADE - .. H , 'Q t Billy Hausenfluke Carol Henderson Lupie Hernandez Douglas Hoyle Clayton Hunt Verley Hunt Ruth Jenkins Charles Johnson Mary Ann Jones 1 I O 'XR ' , an is V ,Jr 4 at J at J' tr. A J! - sf' Af' X J. 'J' A V A 'I' l luv v f- H- - N M ' ,f f i X if NFL 'Y' . -'IJ --v . 'X ,QS H f Lum 64"-WK-'L Jimmy Jordan Jimmy Joseph Mike Kilpatrick James Kimbro Larry Leggett Betty Logan Rita McCas1and . IR J 4 ' n Q ,,,, r K I l Janice McDonald h Hattie Marshall --f-' g Helen Mercer , J - t Roy Montgomery I4 bl al -Y- . 'ki,,g7',:fC: 5 1 ' . ff: .L J 2 3 i aw- S Allan Sanders Benny Schneider Rosalie Smith Joyce Sudduth Peggy Thornton Forrest Threadgill Johnny Tombs Mike -Townsend David Watts Sarah Jo Wheeler Barbara Whitely Jimmie Whitfield '-" ai f-':,'i'1i,w ., ,V ,,f' mai y J J 59115 .Q .f 5: 175, J - L I ' 5 Viiiy I f Y x K .iy , Wah EIGHTH R. I. Mott Sandra Munson Hazel Perry Faye Perry Betty Pope Bobby Pope Judy Parks Rodney Prenzler David Queen Tommy Raney Zara Reid Lyndon Rosenblad '..-Af . iii - hm, y X c 5, ,K 'lx QQ . W A21 ' H 5 , sf . J irae 1 A J M . ,, "'s2g:Z Iir lv It by U, . LL , 1 Q If 'SVL P , ki iy, L ,, ,fl ,afL?-3l A T l V: gf in G . ,M ,A r,h, qw.. , X 1 2 yaaa i t 2 1 - 1 K L rf'1', W ,, '-i. , . Wa , if it-':"4f.?'W ' , .. ., A Y- ' T' V- .. mlygig 5 GRADE Virginia Whitfield Kathleen Wiggins Sammy Wilcox Donald Williams Don Williams Joe Williams Carl Williams Fred Dodson Makkie Hruska Emilio Richarte Juanita Richarte LaVerne Robinson I , X 'X ' , fb ' .la .ey . ,aft A 's. - 'n' ls ,s .x -.lB7:f..x. l.1'.'.Q." t M ni- I . 5- K 0- E A EJB 'x -'Ns ,A-5. 'fi' U1 5 if l is N., xiii X f ' ' if I r ,F . - A I U i L. W ,I .. ' if M Qff N - rv' Q +1 'as David Watts exhibiting his model ofa Brazil- ian sugar mill. MRS. MURRAY'S AND MRS. SPARGEFS CLASSES Above: Betty Jane Bird and Joyce Anderson exhibiting Pilgrim man and woman models. Sammie Wilcox showing his replica of the Mayflower and the landing beach. Below: Jerry Bane showing his colonial house. Sandra Munson, Judy Parks and Velma Cagle showing their colonial ladies. Below: Patsy Stearns and Jalane Carter ex- S S' I M Above: Hattie Mae Marshall with her pioneer cradle. Ralph Granzen showing early method of punishment, a gallows. Bobbie Pope with l ' fl b . hibiting miniature block house and early ranch ear Y uver at oat house. Above: HISTORICAL STUDY OF PIONEER LIFE - Lyndon Rosenblad is shown exhibiting the blockhouseg Sandra Munson, Indian Squawg Tommy Aleman and James Kimbro, the Stockade and ducking stoolp Joe Will- iams, the Horn Bookg Ruth Jenkins, the log houseg Barbara Whitely, hanging the dummy tax collectorg and Ray Montgomery, the peace pipe. FRESHMAN ROUND OF THE LADDER 3 1 3 X C7 w -43. -y'Y"'! , f..-n-Y-'O' "' -1 E, ,..., -3, - ur. -y gyr- V , Nl... 5- . .. 5-1 A -A .avg E-. THE FRESHMAN CLASS Top: Billy Ray Snowden, Secretaryg left to right: Rosemary Peterson, Vice Presidentg Deanna Doerfler, Presidentg and Sara Cooper, Treasurer. 65 Enid A nderson Betty Jean Artieschoutsky li nm K 2? b Raymond Buchhorn June Burkhart Alma Burrow Sandra Burson Jimmy Caskey James Chambers Val Jean Berhke Peggy Blackmore Norman Boufford David Bounds Joyce Box Johnny Brummett Carolyn Buchhorn Leonard Buchhorn CLASS NG :QL q A J Q .ki iiuid w . '49, "1 ' as 'Ne ' a , X U 0 F .I Kenneth Chambers I X , .A. -- 4 R. aim x-. f r-7 ,Aw Sara Cooper Milton Denham Deana Doerfler Johnny Engvall Beverly Faught Patricia Faught Tyree Finch Barbara Foster Y ..- I x, f is .ili- CP Martha Cloud x Xix H 'frz Q ay qi , my 5 w -' . nn 5 - ..,., , rg l .fl 2 is . 'gn ,A , G 'Q' 1 K as Donald Gibbs Richard Glenn Sam Gunn Bonnie Guthrie Joe Gutierrez Larry Hausenfluke - 'if . -m g, 1 gr , 2 J' , 3: S I i 1 if 5 68 Carl Hicks C Lois Holcomb ' ner: hi 0 ' Joyce Homeyer W api iq W 5- , M .cL, , Q Q S C 1 K . , Katherine Jacobs K in iii Kristine Johnson ' iii C C 1 ' -,,, W, I, I , , lf 1-44,1 1 f , C im, Pete Joseph J . 'iff' ' f X' -' 3... S' My . .1 ' i' f ig M 'Q L Jon Kasperik W' f "" f Dru Katttlel' V ,, . 1 iff, 115. if ,ef . 1,1 l ..-,, Ziff s B egin Q -"- , I ' 434 A Al T L C C tb we .ffgz K K V . Y Lawrence Kelm Q i Jerry Kilpatrick 'Q , 1' fkwx m J' Doris Kimbro M. I. Kimbro Jerry King Clarence Kleen Tom McAferty Margaret McCormack f l"1.i1-HQEA. lei. OF 1957 M I Il F v' LaVera Mickan -FF' H Martha Miner ' fl f , X Ruth I ill" - fel X 1 ' '13 fd, ff!! Q f !,.,',I1 1 af'-', ' X If ,f John Montgomery Marjorie Neitsch Dale Nickeson Edward Lee Perry Joyce Person 1-'41 M 1 i Earl McKeithan Sammy Mason A24 'M ,gf X .. ,Q All I 9 I Q Rosemary Peterson Joe Ramirez Rose Rath Jane Reed Thomas Renfro Murray Roberts X 1 69 Ophelia Rowland Rebecca Russell Freddie Sanders Leonard Schroeder Cedelia Silvas Billy Snowden Joseph Spears Bill Springer Patricia Teinert Margaret Threadgill s rff,l-,K-,z .2 ' , ,, +fff"sgz srgJ -.I '- N .A X , 5 R ,, 'T we . ,V 5 1 I .- " p 1, Z.-,g:zg:Qf?i:2a.L few f : ,'1w --1 V , 1 1 'Wx A5 'vii r N ,M W f E sf 'L l sg was was sr F I ' ,Q-,avi xi rw, i 'S ' TT ' ' ,, -- .- luv 1 ' lr 55, ,al A E3i : ?Ewgg. ,,, K V, SOPHOMORE ROUND OF THE LADDER Cl SOPHOMORE CLASS NOTICE! The elevator to success is not running. You will have to rake the stairs. Donald Barrington - - ---- President Linda Luksa ---- - - Vice President Kay Hubbard - - - - - Secretary Wilma Durham - - - - Treasurer 'iv W Za in ' Q3 4 1,--A it . ,Q -i 2 is 3 iv. 5 T, 3 ggi 22" 1 E 2 -5 Q 53'-Tk 1 vw , pr. , W r il Y. l Grady Bizzell ohn Bohanan Calvin Buchhorn Margie Cagle Ralph Childress Iohn Cloud Glenda F aye Davis Robert Gene Dawson VonCile Dowda rw? 'U' CLASS W inola A dams Betty Andres Wilford Bane Donald Barrington Harriet Berglund Frances Bethke ff' N 1956 Wilma Durham Martha Durrenburger Jam es Elkins Angela Engelbrecht Ernest Fulton Edward Guam: 6' Q5 -4 C l r Q'M'::f,! ' 55:7 ' ln. f-'Q 51 -1 --ur l , 1 Q-1' Dean George Barbara Hancock Jacquelyn Hannusch Donna H ausenfluck James Hawes Martha Hoffman H X x, r ja M x , ' if . . r - "' ,"" " 3 a ,f ' Joe Hoyle f 3 l A f' . uf, r Kay Hubbard ' -' , 'J' --117 f Shirley Jenkins V 73 I ,fr 1 a g 6 . ,. Burgh jghnggn Sw 'T 5 f. K . Clayton johnson yy f yy V 5 Huberr Jones . C .1 4 a ,, e' L. A if ali l '4 X, 5. A137 Mg L "f 3' ' in j.A C Howard Landry 1 FR ' Elaine Langford la- rf y we Harlan Leschber ,C Q 5 I ":'i if .:.,., . ga . 'A Clarence Lewis Linda Luksa Cllffor d Lundquisr Clarence McCann 7 Marrin McClain cLaughlin L David M AUD A J k,g.g ,af Ik fi , Ai 9 , fi 2 1 Ernest Kimbro Barbara Knaurh Iimm , 21.- i g ' -.1 ..., 4 rife 5 V if K .rr, f NV 'vm WL. Q . ie Sadie Lackey i K . SL xiii 1956 M01ly Marshall S teve Marturano Kenneth Mickan Billy Miller Ray Miller Barbara Montgomery A- - w - -4 sv, Y ., .. ' " gf . - . ., , ' '-7 ,fl Q V' V H' ii ff 5' .WQQL7-!'W?' . 5 Y O ,x Y I i 1 0 P P 'Q 45 I 4?- h us' f ,. NQAQ w-4' 51' . Q Wilma Moore C. R. Morgan Clara Noack Curtis Nord Joyce N Don Parker unnery Shirley Perry Janet Peschel Jean Peters Patricia Spencer Shirley Stewart Don Thornton William T ombs Augusta V alentine Janice Whiteley Beverly Williams David Zavala JUNIORS Q zz' ' YT IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Officers of the Junior Class readin f , g rom the top of the stairway down, are: Charles Guantt, Presidentg Velma Dykes, Treasurerg Evelyn Nolen, Secretaryg and Barney Stanley, Vice President. 77w. SIDNEY BERG CHARLES CHANCE BENNIE DAVIS LAVERNE DOMEL CLASS MARILYN ALLAN , , fm fx S Wi, ' Q4 L A i QY ix wp ..., K . . f f A I DON ANDREWS M -IIEI ff A CHRISTIE ARMSTRONG .TOE ED BARRINGTON KENNETH BEHRENS ,, , f 1 'Y' - ' I I ,, ,Elllxxx LW A IL gi" 1955 THELMA DYKES VELMA DYKES NANCY ELLYSON W. B. FARRIS CHARLES FERGES BILLIE FINNIE --'P v-RI ww' I. C. LABENSKI ALBEIT LANDRY BETTY JOYCE LESCHBER NELDA LESTER BILLY MCCORMACK ROBERT MONTGOMERY CLASS BILLY HEADRICK SA MMIE LOU HENDERSON GORDON HOLCOMB GLORIA JACOB MYRTLE IO KIMBRO MAIUORIE NELL KOKEL X M I' sxxigag Q -5 zffx KL- OF 1955 BARBARA MORRIS LA NELL MOTT ALBERT MUNSON EVELYN NOLEN BARTO PATTERSON PEGGY PHILLIPS L37 U1 Q i S in ,f i ,J i . ,VT I Q R P X is f . -az Wikq 1 ,. Au f 6' 8.1 , da- 5 .1 5' . , gi 1 --Q ii -vs R --vtsl. E 'YT i 1 5 -Jn ff r- 1 , 1 T""B BARBARA NELL POPE LOUA NE POWERS ALICE RICHTER NATA LIE ROSENBLAD CHARLSIE RUSSELL DONNA SHEPPARD rx x xi 8I ROSE ZA VA LA CLASS OF 1955 LORETTA SCHNEIDER GORDON SMITH BARNEY STANLEY SHIRLEY STORK CARL STRIED LINNEA STRIED In Y GAIL THOMPSON OLLIE TOMBS CALVIN WHITELEY LAWRENCE WISDOM I IRENE ZAVA LA JOHNNY ZAVALA .H J U . i 11 SENIOR CLASS ATTENTION ! The elevator to success is not running. You will have to take the stairs. JACK COOPER - - - - President SUE GODWIN ---- ---- S ecretary BEVERLY SULLIVAN - - - - Vice President MARILYN KELM - - ' ' - -Treasurer X r CLASS IIMMIE ADKINS Tennis, Football, Basketball 51-54, Baseball 51, 52, .-fx Mr. GHS 53, Second Vice President Student Council 54, Soc 'n' Buskin 51-54, National Thespian, PASF 52, 53, Vice President 53, FFA 51, 52. r . MARY RUTH BIRKLEBACH Cheerleader 54, Third Vice President Student Council 54, Soc 'n' Buskin 52, 54, Basketball 54, Softball 51, 53, 54: Tennis 51, FHA 51-53, Band 51-53. WALTER CHILDRESS Senior Transfer from Jarell. FFA 54, Eagle Staff 54. LINDAL COMPTON Soc 'n' Buskin 51-54, Secretary 54, National Thespian, Best Actress Junior Play, Band 51-54, Drum Major 54, Annual staff 53, 54, FHA 51-54, Secretary Freshman Class, Re- porter Sophomore Class, Reporter Junior Class, Publicity Chairman, Senior Class. CHILDRESS COMPTON COOPER COVEY JACK COOPER President Senior Class, Annual Staff 53, 54, Co-Editor 54, Football 51-54, Track 51-54, Basketball 51, 52, Baseball 51, President Science Club 51, 52, President PASF 52, 53, Junior Class Favorite. ANNE COVEY Basketball 53, 54, Volleyball 53, 54, Tennis 51, 53, 54, Softball 51-53, Chorus 51, 52, FHA 51-54, Soc 'n',Buskin 54, PASF 52, Tumbling 53, Declamation 51. GEORGE DOERING President Junior Class, FFA 51-54, President District FFA 53, Historian 52, Lone Star Farmer, Champion State Grass Judging Team, Delegate National FFA Convention 54,,Soc 'n' Buskin 51, 52, Baseball 51-54, Basketball 51, 52, 54, Tennis 51, 52, Vice President Freshman Class. LILLIAN FAUGHT 84 FHA 51-53, Chorus 51, Sports Club 51. 52. OF 1954 GORDON FINLEY FHA Pin-Up Boy 545 Eagle Staff 545 FFA 51-545 Science Club 53. RONNY GAHAGAN FFA 51-545 FFA Sentinel 525 Science Club 515 Junior H ist. Society 52. GODWIN SUE GODWIN 'E 15.4 Cheerleader 52-545 District FFA Sweetheart5 Homecoming Queen 545 Girls' Athletics 6 51-545 FHA 51-545 Secretary Sophomore Class5 Second Vice President Junior Class5 Secretary Senior Class. LANELL HANCOCK Soc 'n' Buskin 51-545 Band 51-54, Treasurer 545 FHA 51-545 PASF 51, 525 Eagle Staff 51, 525 Senior Class Project Committee. HANCOCK SHIRLEY FAY HAUSENFLUCK HAUSENFLUCK HAWES 4 iq Student Council Treasurer 545 Student Council 51, 525 Annual Staff 53, 545 FHA 51-545 Basketball 545 Junior Dramatics 525 Soc 'n' Buskin 545 D,A.R, Award. JERRY HA WES FFA 51-54, President FFA 52, Vice President FFA 53, Lone Star Farmer5 Junior Hist. Society 51. 1 Qf' f", o .5 LA VERNE HOBRATSCH FHA 51-545 Junior Hist. Society 52, 535 Student Coun cil Rep. 5 Typing Team 535 Softball 51, 525 Safety Club 52. PATRICIA ISOM Band Sweetheart 545 Band 515 Soc 'n' Buskin 545 FHA 51-545 Chorus 51-53. RITA GAY IORDON CLASS RUSSELL JENKINS Football 51-54, Tri-Captain 549 Baseball 53g Junior Hist. Society 52. ANNA JANE JONES Cheerleader 52, 543 Band Sweetheart 53, FHA 51-54 Treasurer 545 Junior Dramatics 52, Tumbling 53, Student Council 52, 54. Basketball 52-54, Softball 51-544 Volleyball 52-54g FHA 51-53g Junior Dtamatics 53, Candidate for Football Queen 52. MARILYN KELM FHA 51-54, President 53, District Secretary 53, Vice President 54, Ideal Homemaker 545 Student Council Treasurer 53, Student Council Treasurer 54, Senior Class Treasurer, Softball 51-54g Volleyball 52-54, Good Citizenship Award 53, Secretary Junior Drama- ' 3. IORDON tics 5 KELM KENN EDY KING CONNIE JOHNSON KENNEDY Student Council, Rep. 52, 53, First Vice President 54, Editor Eagle 54g Majorette 53, 54: Band 51-54, Soc 'n' Buskin 52, FHA 51-54, Glee Club 51, 52. EDWARD KING Football 51-53, Manager 54, Track 52, 53g Basketball 53, Baseball 52, 53: Eagle Staff 54, Safety Club 52. DELVIN LEFNER FFA 51-54, President 53, District President 54, Re- porter 52g Vice President Junior Class, Soc 'n' Buskin 51, 54, National Thespiang Basketball 51, 52g Tennis 51, 52g Lone Star Farmer, State Grass Judging Team. ROGER LOCKHART Football 51-54, Basketball 51, 52, Track 53, 54, Eagle Staff 54. OF 1954 RA LPH LOVE Chorus 52, 531 Secretary Chorus 52g Eagle Staff 54g Soc 'n' Buskin 54, Junior Dramatics 53. MILDRED LUNDBLAD Soc 'n' Buskin 51-54g Best Supporting Role Junior Play, Band 51-54: All Star Band 53: Cheerleader 54g Vice President of Band 53, Secretary Band 54, Freshman and Junior Favorite, FHA Reporter 545 Annual Staff 52, 53, 54, Student Council 52, 53, Sophomore Class Vice President, Senior Project Chairman. CURTIS MICKA N Football 52-54, Basketball 52-543 FHA Pin- torical Society 52. JOE MOEHRING 5 Up Boy 52: FFA 52-549 FFA 53, Junior His- Football 51-54, Basketball 51-54g Track 51-54g Eagle Staff 53, 54, Student Council 53g Glee Club 51, All District Football, All Central Texas Basketball. MICKAN MOEHRING MONTGOMERY A NN MONTGOMERY 1.43, V1 Band 51-54, Chorus 51, 52g Soc 'n' Buskin 51. MARGARET NOACK FHA 51-543 Volleyball 51, 52g Softball 515 Sports Club 51, 52g Junior Historical Society 52, 53, President 535 Safety Club 52g Ping-Pong Club 51. ' ..fIf , db s 'ml DONALD NORD NOACK wr' In FFA 51-545 Junior Historical Society 51, 52. ANN PETTUOHN Senior Transfer from San Saba, Soc 'n' Buskin 54. CLASS JOHN RUSSELL Chorus 515 PASF 525 Safety Club 525 Football 535 Basketball 535 Eagle Staff 545 Tennis 54. ALICE SIVELLS Chorus 51-535 Assistant Editor The Eagle Staff 545 FHA 51-545 FHA Song Leader 545 Band 51-54, All Central Texas Band5 Junior Hist. Society 535 PASF 545 Soc 'n' Buskin 545 Jazz Band 53. HARRY SHARPE Football 51-545 Baseball 53, 545 Track 53,545 Basketball5 Eagle Staff 54. CECIL SPAIN Football 53,545 Track 52-545 Baseball 51-545 Student Council 51-545 Science Club 525 PASF 52. SHARPE SPAIN STEELMAN STONE JANE STEELMAN Soc 'n' Buskin 51-545 FHA 51-545 FHA Song Leader 535 PASF 52, 535 Band 51-545 Chorus 52.53. MIKE STONE Student Council 53, 54, President 54, Second Vice President 535 Boys' State Rep. 5 Soc 'n' Buskin 51-54, President 54, Vice President 52, 535 National Thespian, Best Actor Junior Playg PASF 525 Junior Class Favorite5 Freshman Class Presidentg Annual Staff 51, 525 Basketball 51, 535 Football 53, Manager 525 Baseball 51-54. SKIP STRICKLAND Band 52-54, All Cen-Tex Band 52, 53, All Region Band 53,545 Soc 'n' Buskin 545 Chorus 52, PASF 52, 53. -'Q'-5 BEVERLY SULLIVAN Annual Staff 53, 54, Co-Editor 545 Student Council ww 51-535 Band 51-54, Secretary 53, Majorette 545 Soc 'n' Buskin 51-545 Football Sweetheart 535 Junior Class Secretaryg Vice President Senior Class5 FHA 51-54. OF 1954 FRIEDRICK SULLIVAN Band 51-54: Golf 52, 53: Eagle Staff 52, 53: Lazy River Boys 52, 53: Soc 'n' Buskin 54: PASF 52: Junior l-list. Society 52. GEORGE SUTTON Annual Staff 53, 54: Soc 'n' Buskin 52-54: National Thespian: PASF 51. 52: Baseball Manager 51: Football and Basketball Manager 52: Track Manager 53. SYBERT JIMMY SYBERT Senior Transfer from Jarrell. Eagle Staff 54: FFA 54. WINDLE TAYLOR Soc 'n' Buskin 52-54: Football 51, 52: Chorus 53: PASF 51: Junior Hist. Society 52: Sci- ence Club 5 1 . TAYLOR WALTON WHITFIELD 1 LA ROY WALTON FFA 51-53: Football 51, 52: Sports Club 51, 52: Safety Club 52: Band 51: Junior Hist. Society 51. PINCKNEY WHITFIELD Soc 'n' Buskin 51-54: National Thespian: PASF 52, Vice President 52: Annual Staff 52- 54: President Sophomore Class: Student Council Rep. 51. MELVIN WHITLEY FFA 51-54: Lone Star Farmer: Junior Hist. Society 51. aw? BETTY JANE WILLIAMS FHA 51-54, Treasurer 52, Secretary 53, President 54: Miss GHS 53: Cheerleader 54: Girls' Athletics 51-54: Sophomore Class Favorite: Chorus Secretary 52: Vice President Sophomore Class: Treasurer Junior Class: Vice President Junior Dramatics 53. Sur CLASS OF 1954 FLOYD WUTHRICH Football 50-54g All District 51-53, All Star 52, All Cen-Tex 53: Track 51-54g Chorus 50-53g Softball 51-54g FFA Club 51. MELVIN ZOCH Track 53, 54g "G" Associationg Baseball 523 FFA 51- 53g Science Club 52. MARY ANN ADAMS awk Chorus 50-539 Band 49-54g FHA Club 51-54, Historian 53, Secretary 54g All Cen-Tex Band 51-53g Vice President of Junior Historical Society. MA GA RET FOREHAND MORGAN Chorus 51-535 FHA 51-54g Junior Hist. Society 525 Ping-Pong Club 51. ADAMS MORGAN 01515 ...MQ DREW SANDERS SANDERS TOMLINSON Band 51-545 PASF 52g Science Club President 52g Soc 'n' Buskin 51-541 National Thes- piang Annual Staff 51-545 Jazz Band 53. DOLORES TOMLINSON FHA 51-54g Soc 'n' Buskin 54g PASF 53g Chorus 515 Ping-Pong Club 51. ...M SENORITAS AT SENIOR FIESTA Ann Pettijohn, Anna Jane Jones, Rita Gay Jordon and Lanell Hancock were just a few of the Spanish-clad senoritas and senores at the Senior Fiesta. The fiesta the first in a group of senior socials, was held at the Country Club October 5. CLASS DAY EXERCISES la 2 C l Q f ' is-1l'vw4nQ-'ll ' ,-U-cw f 5 A . P , l 5 1 5 Choral Invocation: "I Believe" --------------- Ralph Love Class History- Mildred Lundblad, Beverly Sullivan Class Poem- - - - Anne Covey, Jane Steelman Class Prophecy- - - Walter Childress, Anna Jane Jones Class Will- - - - - Cecil Spain, Lindal Compton Class Song- - Sue Godwin, Mary Ruth Birklebach W Says AMERICAN LEGION AWARDS Eddie Cloud, Commander of American Legion Post 174, presents Delvin Lefner with the boy's citizenship award, Sandra Elliott received the girl's award, 92 GRADUATICN EXERCISES The theme of the Graduation Exercises was: A Century of Education in Texas, Drew Sanders: History of Georgetown Public Schools Pinckney Whitfield: Education in Texas Today Shirley Hausenfluck: Early Education in Texas Mike Stone Presiding Jack Cooper: A Tribute to Our Educational Forerunners is SENIOR ACTIVITIES u I X C my 1 A X j ff, Q - . v Y xi ' I liibv ' Z ,mg f . O' u f I,-', ,F ,,gal":,-T. . '7 1 9,37 Lf ,w!1 '-i? ' L if ste Q Urglu 'flag NP , I v f ,f so SENIOR FIESTA Skip Strickland, Joe Moehring and Mike Stone tune up the guitar in Spanish style, I George Sutton mounts horse with the greatest of ease at the Hawes Ranch, I , ,gli-44+ J' ,. Two committees took charge of the Senior Activities for the year, One was Project Committee and the other was a Social Committee. The Project Committee sold magazines, planned the Minstrel Jubilee and the class play, OUR MISS BROOKS, The Social Committee saw that each one in the class had the pleasure and the responsibility of helping to plan a party, These were: a Fiesta, a Christ mas Progressive Dinner, Hawes Ranch Party and a Memories Party, Seniors all lined up for a ride at Hawes Ranch, 5.54 ...at SCENES FROM MINSTREL JUBILEE Madam Butterfly Ann Montgomery sang 'My Lady Wisteria' as Walter Childress and Ann Pettijohn did a soft shoe routine, dn' -t Uncle Tomasan's Pagoda Simon Legree Wuthrich and Uncle Tomasan Stone in a scene from the Minstrel Jubilee, Brazilian Tango Senior senoritas do a tango with Anna Jane Jones and Walter Childress. O fs s' 'Rm -W , 'arf' X A ig? K s 3 gm-. 4 f-4-.M . xv' -W. .f".v.L4. 'S 4 is - , . ' x f ' U ' 1,1-wus - f - , A .. , Q . 4' v xw J' w Sh- . Ln ,,f-piggy kwa: . 4 .nl wr 1 , -bf fy ...-21" L w Mi Hg., 561 fs 6 r L 1: 'WWI .- I f .. I ... 3 .. 1 1' f R A, Q. 'Q1ii ililv- hr-- Zx . fx" 3- Vin! I Mfiiwik W sua.-q tex., "f"S6 "Yi f X .'ews,:-1q3n.ngL.q,v , J, SENIORS SAY GOODBYE TO IERSIES Top, left to right: Senior ends, Mike Stone, Jimmie Adkins, Joe Moehring and Harry Sharpe cast longing glances at their jersies as underclassmen Lane Powers and Billy Tombs think of next year. FOOTBALL BACKS GET FEEL OF BALL Left to right: Eagle backs, Carl Suied, Roger Lockhart, Wilford Bane, Ernest Kimbro and Don Andrews, with new football jackets, look on as Johnny Zavala tells how he ran through opponents. SEASON SUMMARY The Eagles, breaking even this season with a 5-5 record, showed hus- tle and spirit in a season of close, tough games. Experience gained by underclassmen should profit the Eagle team of next year. W GUARDS GET READY Eagle guards, Billy Headrick, Albert Landry, Albert Munson and Jack Cooper seem to be reminiscing over an exciting play of the season. UNDERCLA SSMEN RECEIVE INSTRUCTION Senior Russell Jenkins tells Jun- iors, Barney Stanley and Curtis Gibbs all about the job of center. 'Ali' IPl! TACKLES HAVE FUN Joe Ed Barrinton and Curtis Mickan lead interference as Floyd Wurhrich takes the ball in an unaccustomed role as ball carrier. al 1- Ji. VE' -. MANAGERS HAVE IT OUT Senior Manager, Edward King, instructs Billy Miller as to how to handle the job of manager for the coming year. Roger Lockhart f41j recelves the ball from quarterback Cecrl Spam and Lries IUNIORS DECORATE GOA LPOSTS The Juniors seem to be having fun decorating the goalposts before the game. An unrdentrfred Eagle back rs trapped by Belton Trgers rn excrtrng Georgetown- :.,., rw fr - M' J- 1 , ?,"J. 5" -R ..-A iwv A-QMMM H an Q X'-1-f - s, Ma 12, pf 1 .. M wwe ,, - ffvfeix jf' K --STKE? . W., ., We . LE., , Q . f- fn 4 2 V J 2 " 5 Mx gww ' 5 E 3, 1 L ? 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A SUCCESSFUL YEAR When Georgetown's Eagles flapped their baseball wings this season, they told all concerned that they were ready for anything, After breezing through five non-district foes, the Eagles hooked on to the District 18-A teams and held on, When dust around home plate had cleared the Eagles were sitting on top of the roost with a spotless 5-0 record, During the year, Georgetown was sparked by three no-hit, no-run games pitched by their Senior Ace George Doering, Doering set down Florence 1-0 in non-district, Cameron 10-0, and Rosebud 2-0 in district play, The booming bats of the Eagles accounted for 81 runs during the regular season while Georgetown pitchers allowed but 21 runs in 10 games. We won District honors against Lampasas but lost Regional to Seguin in a three- game series winning one out of three games, EAGLE TRACK TEAM DISTRICT 39-A CHAMPS The running version of Georgetown's Eagles successfully defended their district 39 'A' championship throne-room as they again won the district hunting. The Eagles then proceeded to San Marcos where they placed second at the regional meet, They lost to Del Rio by 1. 6 points on the last event, Meets attended by Georgetown were: Thorndale, Killeen, Giddings and Cameron Relays. The Eagles placed high in all of these, 'P 3 1 'Moi Here are the Eagle trackmen, District 39 'A' Champs for 1954. From left to right, front row: Billy Tombs, Melvin Zoch, Cecil Spain, Carl Stried, Roger Lockhart. Johnny Zavala and Jimmy Sybert, Top row: Floyd Wuthrich, Donald Barrington, Curtis Mickan, Joe Moehring, Joe Ed Barrington, Ernest Kimbro, Jack Cooper, and Coach Ben Rosenblad, 9 RQ 440 Relay Mile Relay Team Carl Stried, Curtis Mickan and Melvin Zoch. Melvin Zoch. Cecil Spain, Joe Moehring, Curtis Mickan and Carl Stried. They won first in the district meet, I0l K I 4 I ' J' 3 3 Roger Lockhart, Jack Cooper, Joe Moehring and Jimmy Sybert were the sprintmen for the Eagles, Qt! 3' - Moehring ran both hurdle races while the other three ran both the hundred-yard dash and the 220- yard dash, Roger won first in the 100-yard dash at District Meet, Moehring set new records as he won both hurdle races at district and at regional, meet, Field men for the Eagles. V Carl Stried, broad jumpg Ernest Kimbro, pole vault: ' Joe Moehrihg, broad jumpg Billy Tombs, broad jump 5' and pole vault, and Floyd Wuthrich, discus and shot put, Sprint Relay Team Roger Lockhart, Melvin Zoch, Jimmy Sybert and Jack Cooper, placed second in the district meet. in 'fig , fn ,P YT: The Mile Ernest Kimbro, Joe Ed Barrington and Billy Tombs were the mile runners for the Eagles. Barrington won first place in the district f' , ,I GIRLS' , ,Q f 1.25 1 , 4 -AH ap I r Nm - . I .-,,.- ',,-I SENIOR SOFTBALL PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND fp-f' COMPETITIVE GAMES Ns ,f I ,-aw E .1 -ff -,I I4-" -31,5 'a"fl. N -1 Q JUNIOR SINGLES DeaIIIIa Doerfler lfl F 1, .J ,: I. JUNIOR and SENIOR TENNIS DOUBLES Margaret Threadgill, Joyce Person, Gloria Schmidt and Barbara Montgomery, luf'.'g" .X ,xv X. I' MXN ik - EI I V'-I . ' ul lu.-:El 1 fix 'E 'lj 0- c- ? 55. " 93 Z Z UE 3 3 X -. I-v l , 2 U3 E 'VG' SP. 2 ,U t Z 4 3 F o I 5 0 m I- Y. 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A new girl by the name of Gordon Finley joined the seniors in San Antonio, I", "rv v Quill RANDOLPH FIELD A small picture shows that Seniors were there. Seniors dig in at Hawes' Ranch Party, HORSEMAN DANNELLEY Senior Sponsor Tom Dannelley looks at home in the saddle at Lazy "H" Ranch, 21.3 51 'M-vang Q 1,5 f f,.w ws' .5 L? W :ll Sh ""'Qs , LL, :ef ,svn qqynsnandius-I.,..1-nguvwrw..-,...q--u.. ..v .. .- , W,-V. ,-:-: "wal uni,- 2 i 5 I ! K 1 x : I ...- -,..--....- M 'H 4 ' swam-,,,,..1..f. .va ..,.,.-..,...,...,.xunnnnpoQ6.p..,.- . .A Awww- new-mq,q,,,,, ...df-L,,..., ,. 'ww- . A ,J-,NO ,,s,,:,n,, H, .,,., ,mf . ' --.v-:wavy-un.fxLuApnwuSvV0dI4lN-1v-Citi ,fs-, . ,. ,,,,,..,w....,. .-..... -:Q...,x.55g----i -W -rg ,Q . a wr vm. ,.. .a-4 Q --wmx-ffnvmxs4.3W904uima:Jwumv.g.l90l41 .., ,M.,rii.Lu-,,..,---,a,.,.,:,Mi,.,....,,. W, .a..."YC.s" nns,'Yv.,,-',q,,,, ,,,,,,- ,,,,....., I A pr . p-gn-Q,.,,'mr'vv '3I14WPl'k.tBlliazQ' -1 hr-qv:-'Finial 'uri-"0"i"' 'KDVEDTISING PDOMOTES UPWADD CLIMB' Say City Leaders Civic Leaders, left to right: J. T. Atkin, Mayorg G. A. Bredthauer, President Chamber of Commerceg L. C. Black, City Managerg and P. E. Hindelang, Secretary Chamber of Commerce. l07 - gage? szmvucc snmow 3' Mr. .Tames Lackey operates this service station and serves as the Sinclair Distributor for the Georgetown area. In the picture fleft to rightj Peggy Phillips, Mr. Charles Nunn, Sadie Lackey, Pat Faught. I-some spomnmo Gooos MJ GIFT Sl-AOD Jane Steelman, Pat Isom, and Jack Cooper talk hunting with Mr. Irvin Isom while George Sutton chooses to converse with Ronny Gahagan. 5957 nom n. Martin McClain, Butch Johnson, Wilford Bane, and Mrs. D. M. Dick son find that All Trails Lead to the TEXAS HOTEL MODEQN SHOE Sl-ICD Kathleen Wiggins and Betty Logan ad- mire moccasins which A. W. POPE T185 to sell as Chuck Davis and Bobby Pope look on. 199 DAVIS ITLJTZNITLJIZE COMPANY In the picture fleft to rightl Allan Sanders, Virginia Whitfield, Neil Harris, Gay Bounds, and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Davis . HARRISON? fsrooo MA12 141:1- In the picture fleft to rightl Mike Stone, Mrs. Paul Elkins, Marilyn Allen, and Barbara Nell Pope. MUTUAL LU M BEI2 COM DANV Pinckney Whitfield, Albert Munson, and Mr. I. J. .Tones look over the lumber supply. my , , .,,.f"'f "' EGARAGE son Q WELDING n I , H my: ff -THAN Left to right: Earl McKeithan, Earnest Kimbro, June Burkhart, and Deanna Doerfler standing by gas tank. EEN ll-TIZANKALIN milieu 5 as xo lag.- Mr. James Sanders shows Easter basket to Qleft to right, Don Williams Lindel, Pasty Gamble, Ann Ballard, Makkie Hruska, Sarah Wheeler, and Tommy Strickland. June Denham, Io Ann Aderhold, and Donna Hausenfluke. Mr. A. C. Woodfin demonstrating fish net to Cleft to rightj Johnny fs ef , h Wbf 1, J s I Seniors take it easy at the Lazy H Ranch. A hail at 3:30 A, M, I ' X brought cold weather to the hill country. Seniors without coats wrapped up in blankets. Seniors build a tower in pool, The question is, "How long will it last?" "The Washed -Out Three:" Cecil Spain, Jack Cooper, and Mike Stone. Skip Strickland presents Mrs. Frances Springer with a gift for her work with the Senior Play. Mary Ruth Birklebach as Jane and Skip Strickland as Ted in a love scene from OUR MISS BROOKS. ll' Y if 'man-... - ,Mn L- -W --f--1' ---'A - 'M W -...--v"'j-s-14' '- "snr MILES DAVIS DELUXE , Lawrence Wisdom, Christie Armstrong, Nancy Ellyson, and Kenneth Behrens talk good grooming with T.Ir. Miles Davis. Football captains Russell Jenkins, Floyd Wuthrich, and Roger Lockhart take time out for refreshment at CUNNINGHAM DRUG STORE. Sam Brady and future customers Forrest Threadgill and Jimmie Whit- field talk over business. l 1 II4 BATTQBWIE i Q XSS. Mr. Clifford Gustapson, Owner, left to right: Tom St h Peggy Blackmore, and Tyree Finch. my ep ens, Choyce Sinor, THE FAIRWAY has a M i well supplied line of groceries. Left to We Q 5 ri ht: Don Williams, f A F V V, ' Lindon Ros enblad, is 3 y if 0, Natalie Rosenblad, and ' N Mr. Reuben Rosenblad. g ileb d l gf R V.: Miss Tula Lee Stone gives seniors advice on cosmetics. Left to right: Beverly Sullivan, Mildred Lundblad, Lindal Compton. 'P ,' v. 1 A ML X J'-Yg.4v"'sS H 'S Mrs. Marie Hefner serves cokes to a party consisting of Cleft to rightj Jack Cooper, F1-edick Sullivan, Delores Tomlinson, Ann Pettijohn, and Windle Taylor. 1 PAYNE 'S HAT CHERY Mr. Ernest Grisby shows Dekalb GEORGETOWN LUMBER CO. chicks to fleft to right, R. I. Mott, l Judy Chreitzberg, Mary Ann Jones, and Verly Hunt. 47- ff X W 1? K i..,l E Left to right: Mr. Floyd Engvall and son Johnny, and Kay Frederickson wit Father, Mr. Elmer Frederickson. II5 Tourists, Sue Stork, Patsy Gunn, Albert Landry, and Don Andrews, get route from Mr. F. E. Taylor while Mr. Hamilton fills car. Let Our Flowers Say It for you THE FLOWER NOOK Mrs. Wilmer Peterson pins orchid on Mr' E1-ic Lundblad and Mr. John Sara C00Pe1' while Rosemary Peterson, Lundblad talk over business with Mrs. Rose Barnett, and Norman Bouf- Ann Montgumery and Mildred Lund ford smile admiringly. blad. II6 -u ' x1.+ - 5133...-zwwavgtl-A , . LAN-N v . LIS- ,.....,,Q:ii.3 6311-3 ii - I I K - - -4---- 3- A ..., ' A ' " ' -- W " "' Pwr- - - ' H" -' W ' 1 Q, 1 , ' IRE BIELIFQ LCE ff' ' A ,W -W .. 1 L Kr 1,14 V521 - . Z: " '1 M . -1" ' 1 .1 i H V ,Tr X, "M M' "' lgigggx QAM? sN1'D'S GEOCEQV 1ru12NuTu12.1z Mr. Sneed, Cammy Blackmore, John Cloud, Pinckney Whitfield, Larry Tommy Leggett, and Tommy Cloud, Rosalie Smith, and Martha Kimbro. Cloud, II7 LiliJUHUbJ'.I.'UWN AUTO SALES Pontiac Dealers Ii li Ki. 7 and ymmm Nm 0 X Mr. Howard West shows the new Pontiac to Barbra Knauth and Gloria Schmidt HENDEQSONQ gay? WWW? 4762.4 DEPARTMENT STORE Mr. Harry Gold has a nice dress to Betty Joyce Adams, Carol Henderson Tommy Love, and Ronny Burnett like sell to Pat Isom or Lanell Hancock. the gloves that Mr, Edward Lee Evans has for sale at Henderson's. II8 Qian! Qwffmy Mr. Dunn talks sales of Oldsmobile to Evelyn Nolen, La Nell Mott, Sammie Lou Henderson, and Melvin Whitley. W fy CCDIZNETZ 1-IOIIEDITQAN at W mzue SONS ...yi-K Mrs. Charles Camp and Margaret Ann Mrs. Bertha Swenson shows goods to H ' t Ber lund An ela Engelbrecht Threadgill, Freddie Sanders, and arr1e g , g , Deanna Doerfler at the soda fountain. Martha Ann Hoffman, and Linda Luksa H9 Y my " ' t1 Mr. Sid Eanes shows Pat Spencer and Jeanie Peters the '54 Chevrolet. Wwgiwm Oil. IVIILL Feed Cotton Seed Kay Adams and La Nell Carlson are Grain shown fresh vegetables by Mr. Giddings in his Food Market. Mr. Ransom is in the background. l20 Phone 48 A Bl, y, GEOIQGETOVVN W PRINTERS AND PU BLISHERS fi H. S. Sharpe and son Harry with friend Barbara Morris. I-1 NX . n -...A , .9,,4 Airy W, in . . U h .Q ,-mf: ,M .., x W, , - Q, P 3 ' A , , An. A' rf: V, ,Q-. . .- Q' . if ..- .-" mg... ,- """ ' . .Jr ,.--n A. ' ' ...- .qv-s Av, ,ff-li' 5 5 4. . - 4, . , , ' , D. V . , l Q V, , ' ' 5 u 4, . GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY SALE Owned and Operated by H, H. ADAMS IZI NEUMAN'S DRY GOODS STORE Beverly Williams, Kay Hubbard, Albert Munson, and James Elkins look at the dress that Mr. Ben Neuman is showing them. LADY AND TOT SHOP Sue Godwin and Mary Ruth Birkelbach would like to have the dress that Mr Lawrence Wisdom, Sr, thinks is very pretty. W. G. LORD AND COMPANY Authorized Ford Dealer . f, A , ,,.. . me ...ei r.-. T ff' MW' We ,,...e' W' .'-. e..' , 43.1 A .1. r. J-if' s . 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