Georgetown High School - Aerie Yearbook (Georgetown, TX)

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Nl' vm iff! 3 - S fire, which provided both light an heat for the Junior Halloween party on October 30, at the H. C. Hawes' rent house. Gloria Schmidt and Grady Bizzell forget the fire but are absorbed in conversation. xxxxxxllfff X 5 I - f' RTA Milton Denham, Tommy Stephens and Kenneth Chambers help Tyree Finch build a fire for the sophomores to roast wieners on at their Halloween party held at Third Booty, while Ioyce Box provides the wind. Watching the proceedings are Joyce Person, Rosemary Peterson, and Bill Springer. l. Jill ggllwili. '-1.1! ul!" 1, Coach N. R. Priest gazes into the During the holiday season both the freshman and senior classes had a class party. The freshmen had a "sock hop, " and the seniors had a New Year's Eve party. The Spanish H class gave the special assembly pro- gram on December 22. lt was an informal play picturing a party given by the Spanish class for the underpriviliged children. .,,. , E N X Clayton Hunt comes falling in fwith the presentsj to the surprise of La Nell Carlson, Gary Granger and Sammy Wilcox in the Christmas program given in assembly. La Nell Carlson, Larry Eads, and Sammy Wilcox dress David Queen to play Santa Claus in the Christmas program. Sarah Wheeler, R. I. Mott, Carolyn Fore- hand, Johnny Tombs, Clayton Hunt, La Nell Carlson and Zara Reid plan refreshments and decorations for freshman party. Lyndon Rosenblad, Don Williams, Jerry The four debating teams enjoy a mid- Bane, Janice Glass, Sandra Munson, and night snack with Mrs. Springer at the Rita McCas1and were in charge of planning Debate Contest in Waco. the Christmas party for the freshman class. 7 Zend ?aal1f Kenneth Behrens and June Burkhart in a "dreamy" waltz. The Band Boosters' Club each year gives a Christmas party for the members of the band. This year it was held at the Country Club. The pictures on this page show the band members and friends having fun, Patricia Lackey, Sammie Wilcox, I. E, Stubbs, and Band Boosters' president Eddie Cloud enjoy a game at the band's Christmas party, LE. Stubbs, left, and John Hancock right, watch David Watts and Don Williams pass the apple in an apple relay. Norman Boufford, Mary Ann Jones, Verly Hunt, and R. J. Mott attempt to follow Virginia Whitfield's directions in one of the games played at the band party. Martin McClain, Harriet Berglund, Angela Engelbrecht, and Wayne Johnson enjoy refreshments. On Friday night Angela Engelbrecht, "Butch" Johnson, Donna Hausenfluck, Harriet Berglund, and Gloria Jacob helped to make up the cast. At right, the girls prepare to attack "Butch" as he enters to sell magazine subscriptions to the group. W -fs? ly Kay Hubbard and Albert Munson give Norman Boufford the "once over" as Margie Cagle and Agusta Valentine stand waiting with their weapons in hand. This group took part in the Thursday night performance of the Junior-Sponsored play, in which members of the four top grades took part. If , ff On May 20th and 21st Soc'n' Buskin presented "Jumping Jupiter" sponsored by the Junior class. The production was double cast, and best actresses and actors were chosen for both nights. At the left is pictured the winners of these honors Angela Engelbrecht, Wilma Durham, Peggy Phillips, Albert Munson, Donna Hausenfluck, Gloria Jacob, and Norman Bouf- ford. Soc'n' Buskin members and members of the speech class built the scenery for the production of "Jumping Jupiter, " which dealt with the lives of three young girls trying to crash Broadway with only Sl. 96 and two months rent due. Living in the sameapartment house is an up-and-coming playwright who has prom- ised the girls parts in his new musical comedy, if it ls ever produced. The conflict comes when the girls find they have 550, 000, which is to be paid to the kidnappers of a tobacco king's daughter. The climax comes when the kidnapped girl is dumped in the girls' lap. After much conflict the girl is returned to her father and the girls receive a 825, 000 reward. ,1ti..i, SXH 7 Linda Lussa, Kathy Jacobs, Pat Tienart, Martha Hoff- man, Sammie Lou Henderson, Lanell Mott receive their Chapter FHA degree. U .' - Wi-:X " A r,,.,, s F y is . At the left, Wilford Bane makes his cam- paign speech in the Student Council elections in which he was elected President. At the right, Howard Bleeke recites his speech for the FFA Area Meeting in Round Rock . ff, ff' .H A I I O I Landa Park has been enjoyed many years by students from many different schools, including Georgetown. This year the Freshman class, of which Larry Leggett and Don Williams are members, partici- pated in the activities of this park. The Junior Degree is received by many different members of the FHA. R , t t at S andn-aan? John Pettijohn gives the welcome to the Juniors, Seniors, and Faculty Sponsors at the Junior-Senior Banquet held on May 20 in the High School Gymnasium. The theme of the banquet was "In Colonial Days" with the setting on the lawn of a colonial mansion. At one end of the gym, a colonial house was erected with a brick wall and a,water fountain completing the scenery. Trelises lined the three walls with willow trees overlooking the garden. Guests were served mint julep in the gar- den, before dinner, by members of the P. A. S. F. Sammie Henderson, Kenneth Behrens, Martha Hoffman, and Gordon Smith entering the banquet T room. -- qv-. 0 H,-,'.1 .4 -5 v. .. Q 1-,451 . I , . . A K tt QW, ir , 1 P AO' '--,Tu " " ii 14 . Peggy Blackmore took part on the program, presented in the form of a Negro Min- strel, which was followed by the reading of the Will and Prophecy of the Senior class. gf To the right, Bill Springer reads "The Creation" in one of the more serious moments of the program. f Teachers and students alike, enjoy the meal prepared by the mothers of the Junior class members. -f nt. t. ,, x Zez 70015466 70411435 faeen BARBARA POPE Senior Candidate 1955 At the beginning of the season, a girl from each class was chosen by the Football Team, to represent her class in the annual Football Queen Contest. Each class sold season tickets, competitively, with the senior class leading. The senior class candidate, Barbara Nell Pope, was crowned on October 22, at the Rockdale Game. 1955 Football Queen Candidates Left to right: DONALD BARRINGTON BARBARA POPE Senior 'JOHN PETTIJOHN KAY HUBBARD Junior DON PARKER ROSEMA RY PETERSON Sophomore KENNETH GREEN RITA MCCASLA ND Freshman CHARLIE CHANCE BILLY TOMBS JOHNNY ENGVALL GRADY BIZZELL Back End Back Back 70455465 Seddon September 10 - Eagles vs. Bulldogs The Georgetown Eagles opened the season at Burnet by defeating the Bulldogs 20-6. The Eagles held the lead all the way. September 17 - Eagles vs. Dragons The first home game was a tough duel between the Round Rock Dragons and the Georgetown Eagles. The Dragons won by 13-0 score, September 24 - Eagles vs. Lions Georgetown went to Granger and had an easy win over the Lions. It was a free scoring contest of 51-19. Coaches Choice for All-District First Team: End, Barney Stanleyg Center, Curtis Gibbsg Back, Wilford Bane. Second Team: Tackle, Joe Ed Barringtong Guard, Billy I-leadrick, Honorable Mention: Back, Charles Chance: Guard, Albert Landry: Back, Ernest Kimbrog Back, Milton Denham. Wilford Bane was also chosen All-Central Texas Back. 'BUBBA' KIMBRO MILTON DENHAM JOHN PETTUOHN BILLY RAY SNOWDEN Back Back End End HOWARD LANDRY JERRY KING C. LUNDQUIST JIMMY RICE Guard Center Tackle Tackle October 1 - Eagles vs. Bulldogs Georgetown outlasted the McGregor Bulldogs in an exciting 28 to 21 victory. Wil- ford Bane was outstanding for the Eagles, scoring 22 of the 29 points. October 8- Eagles vs. Trojans The West Trojans tramped the Eagles 38 to 12. The only Eagle scores came in the third quarter with Wilford Bane carrying the ball. West scored in all quarters. October 22 - Eagles vs. Tigers Georgetown took its first district game 25 to 6 over the Rockdale Tigers. ln the second quarter, Joe Barrington, a tackle, intercepted a pass and ran 96 yards for the touchdown. A interested spectator remarked later that he thought the Eagles had never played better, L, HAUSENFLUCK EARL McKEITHAN CURTIS GIBBS HARLAN LESCHBER Tackle Guard Center Tackle ALBERT MUNSON ALBERT LANDRY CARL STRIED WILFORD BANE Tackle Guard - Captain Back Back - Captain October 29 - Eagles vs. Tigers The high-flying Eagles from Georgetown met and vanquished the Belton Tigers in one of the thrilling football forays of the season. The final score was 33-20, November 5 - Eagles vs. Yoemen The Georgetown Eagles met the Cameron Yoemen in a crucial district contest which proved to be a battle to the finish. However, the Eagles were edged out 7-0, November 12 - Eagles vs. Panthers After suffering a '7-0 defeat by the Cameron Yoemen, the Georgetown Eagles met and blanked the Rosebud Panthers in one of the most spectacular games of the football season by a score of 34-0. BILLY HEADRICK BARNEY STANLEY DON ANDREWS JOE BARRINGTON Guard - Captain End Back Tackle DON PARKER KENNETH GREEN DONALD BARRINGTON JERRY BANE Tackle Guard End Back November 19 - Eagles vs. Ducks The Georgetown Eagles, in the last game of the season, defeated the Taylor Ducks. The Ducks were in the lead in scoring until the last two minutes of the game when Wilford Bane ran 65 yards with aid of good blocking to put the Eagles on the twelve yard line. The Eagles ran it over for the touchdown to bring the score to stand 20-17. Just for good measure the Eagles racked up another seven points, and the game ended 27-17. The Eagles' Season always rest on the Taylor game as to whether it will be a success or a failure. This year it meant more be- cause it also determined whether the Eagles would share the 22AA crown. Summary of the Eagle Season The 1954-55 Eagle Football season proved to be one to be long remembered by the Eagle team and fans. The Eagles played good clean ball all season and even though they did lose three games they were never beaten. 'I'hey ended the season with a 7-3 standing, The Eagles who made the Austin American First All District Team were: Barney Stanley, Wilford Bane and Curtis Gibbs, " Bubba' Kimbro and Earl McKeithan were on the Second All District Team. Coach Birklebach was named All Central Texas Coach of the year, In Cameron game Bane carries the ball. Players left to right are: Bane, l-lausenfluke, Stried, Tombs, Headrick, Gibbs, Landry, and Snowden. Junior Cheerleaders, Karen Cole, Sandra Elliot, Murphy Wilcox, Caro- lyn Faught, Cammy Blackmore, and Mary McCoy were important to their Junior Eagles also, Here they pose with the pep sign, The point after is good! Eagle players, Landry, Barrington, and Stanley seem almost unconcemed as they continue to thrash Rosebud 34-0 in a lopsided district tilt, ities' Yarns Sinai L a Senior Cheerleaders pose with the pep sign made for the Tay- lor game. These girls, Rose- mary Peterson. Billie Finnie, Deanna Doeriler, Barbara Pope, Margaret Threadgill, and Angela Englebretch, were a great asset to the Eagles. They helped, with their Spirit to send the team to the District Co-Championship. EHELE5 Senior Cheerleaders give a practice yell in front of the school building. il' it 4:1 7.1 1' ir- -1 Granzin, Roberts, Allmon, Gibbs, and James Kimbro, "B" team tackles, seem ready to go. Second Shan? 344464 M.J. Kimbro speeds toward the right while Williams hands-off to Harris on practice run, Tyree Finch pro- vides blocking. "B" team guards charge downfield in practice be- fore a big game, They are Tombs, Davis, Gunn, R, Montgomery, and J. Mont- gomery, nay: S . WE-THEY Florence 0 - 32 Bumet 6 - 7 Rockdale 6 - 0 Belton 20 - 12 Cameron 7 - 6 Bumet 20 - 12 Taylor 31 - 25 '7aa6le4 Rosenblad, center, blocks while Jordan, J. Chambers, K. Chambers provide protection for Hausenfluke, who fires a pass in a practice game. ?mz Snag 24444 "B" team ends, Glover, Prenzier, and Mason stand ready to back-up teammates Caskey and Pope, who S43 appear ready to charge, YEAR' S SCHEDULE WE THEY Barlett 26 0 Taylor 1 3 1 3 Thornd ale 0 20 Barlett 13 7 Taylor 1 2 0 Thomdale 7 27 Taylor 12 0 Back: Leggett, Whitehead, Barrington, Reynage, Escobedo, Kimbro, Keese, Teague, Robbins. Middle: Vasquez, Jenkins, Spears, Keeling, Guess, Hill, Knauth, Lindell. Front: Miller, Bohanan, Dowda, Walden, Stanley, Love, Perry. Jimmy GUESS Preparing I0 ' Left to right: Gerald Hill, Victor throw 8 b10Ck. Knauth and Tommy Kimbro, Back: Hindelang, Armstrong, Headrick, Adams, Williams, Hoyle, Gerald Hill carrying Middle: Roberts, Todd, Aleman, Stearns, Taylor, Sanders. the ball, Front: Morris, Boufford, McDonald, McAferty, Doerfler, Williams Zaye' fs' The two highest scoring players of the team this year were Bamey Stanley 194 Charles Chance, 176. During the season there were four trophies awarded. They are as follows from left to right, Georgetown Invitation Roving Trophy, Georgetown Inv1tat1on Pefma nent Trophy, District Champs of '55, and Belton Trophy for Sportsmanship Cameron Belton Taylor Rockdale Rosebud Cameron Belton Taylor Rockdale Rosebud DISTRICT RECORD HOME OPP 60 20 40 44 64 47 40 37 62 42 55 32 '76 55 '72 42 54 44 78 43 f,in:ax5n3 BASKETBALL DISTRICT CHAMPIONS - TEAM ONE Left to right are Charlie Chance, Barney Stanley, Billy Ray Snowden, Hubert Jones, Left to right are members of the B Team Grady B1zze11, johnny Engvall, Billy Tombs, This is team Two. . ,, A . V ..,.,, - . ws, , ,, , I f -:15f'5SiSI52ifI?i X - --gm-my-wsivwmmm ggwwfyw .- ef M, W , WNMMIQLW ' 'ii - . na, L .. f .N -Qgv ,,,, in-rxsyev S lx . Q L .gg This is a snapshot of Belton vs. the Eagles. The game Coaches Ben Rosenblad and Birklebach are shown receiving a trophy from Mr. 1.1. Jones was in our home gym. Emest Kimbro and Bamey Stanley are shown blocking the Tigers. Billy Snowden is making a jump during one of the season's basketball games held in the home gym. The game was between the Georgetown Eagles and Hutto. Charles Chance, Bamey Stanley, and Billy Snowden are shown receiving one of the many trophies at the basketball toumament. Some of the other players are in the background. X-nr l a av? x A Al W X5 W ' 2'21X1ws -e 'F'w2rt'asvaws2wwss-if r.sr s2sfwg.:p. 1, Below: Miss Clifton studies the score book with the Miss La Vern Clifton gives a few instructions to the members of the "A" team consisting of Shirley Perry, Margaret Threadgill, Sandra Burson, Joyce Person, Barbara Mont- gomery, and Barbara Pope. -,ai B, s tw., "A" team substitutes, Thelma Dykes, Gloria Schmidt, E iiil s"i- 'MM f -if' '53 WT' Barbara Knauth, Linnea Streid, and Jean Stewart. E yi lt if , , "Z 3 Y I X . 1 -'OF' Q ' s Above: Gloria Schmidt takes a set shot as the rest of the Forwards look on. To the right: Betty Bird, Joyce Box, Ann Love, Sandra Munson, Faye Perry, Rose- mary Peterson, Billy Finnie, Velma Dykes, and Lois Holcomb study plays pointed out by Miss Clifton. "ff wfsaeaw This year the girls' senior volleyball team placed first in the district meet held in Taylor. The starting line-up for this year's team included Ann Love, Barbara Pope, Thelma Dykes, Clara Noack, Frances Bethke, and Shirley Perry. Representing Georgetown at the Liberty Hill Invitational Tournament were Velma Dykes Ann Love, Shirley Perry, Barbara Knauth, Rosemary Peterson, Thelma Dykes, Barbara Pope, Frances Bethke, Clara Noack, Sandra Burson, and Lois Holcomb. steps. Miss Clifton is showing the girls a new play while they all listen carefully to learn the e L, , s S xx - XX 5 Q X XX lv Q "4:7'--. N' I ix " ,f ' ' . 'qfilx 'Qg R wg 1- cl r lx X Nr JN K V1 QMS N 1, 7' M1xs.A Billy Headrick, Clifford Lundquist, and Billy Tombs took part in the discus throw. 14446 Emest Kimbro tied for second place at district meet. His eleven-foot vault Charlie Chance and Bill Snowden each took fourth place at district, in broad jump and high jump respectively. Bubba Kimbro and Billy Tombs pole vaulted. broke the old record. The Junior sprint team included Jerry Bane, Larry Hausenfluck, Don Will- iams, Neil Harris, and Jimmy Glover. Heads up--Wilford Bane, Donald Barrington, Bubba Kimbro, and Milton Den- ham, who placed third in district in the mile relay. The hurdlers were Billy Headrick, Benny Davis, Lane Powers, and Don Parker. Joe Ed Barrington and Johnny Tombs ran the mile. Joe Ed was fifth in district. Charlie Guantt and Billy Tombs ran the 880 yd. dash. Charlie placed fifth in district. 446' Eagles warm up with "pepper" game. Billy Tombs bats while McKeithan and Engvall go for the ball. Williams, Denham, and Kimbro wait their turn. The Eagles' pitching staff this year was: Johnny Engvall, Billy Tombs, Earl Mc- Keithan, and Don Williams. Above: Eagle baseball squad. Top: Hausenfluke, Tombs, Kimbro, Chance, Gauntt, Stanley, Pope, Williams, Mc- Keithan, Engvall, Harris, Tombs, Jordan and Denham. ,F This year the Eagles' golf team, David McLaughlin, Billy Tombs, Charlie Chance, and Carl Stried, won first in district. Charlie had the second lowest in district and Carl had third. Z sf.. -fav A , 2:1 W I l2' g , - : "mfg M,-. . K A I Vg imgu ffl ,ay ' ' K ' X' ' 5 - X. flmwif- K M x' My V- L24 X. 3, , N . Ng --Q: ,eff-,ilu - 7 If cw-. 1 M 5 7 2 Xa 545. Q, ' w , , X . ,,,h Xmz, 1: .. K , ' -I:--5515,-'K - zf' 1 5 MAE fi .. , M ,Yrs W- iw wx Nw 'X 'f QV ff Q Q ,I 4543 "Q x :-xxm 1 ' , ' . 5' X .Ji ., -Ig? 'Af "Wh: W5 fg w ,NW -.7 .- lm E fa-Milf f -QSM I. ,4 J I fi' .. If C., .ik Q -: fx 41 .25 , --5. , ,- Q, W NWN x um, x wx wxmx W ff XS 3? -Qu" wsikk ff 7555 . Q WN AK . ixbfxxxx Q T 41 Q N -,Qfrg Jw-Q, If ., K.-.W,f,, - 4553ig?.S:,wX,g , .1 -- rw-VM ., . SWA 'Q Sf-1 1 .V 705 ' The summer recreation program, which is sponsored by the civic organizations of our community, provides helpful training in the following phases: swimming classes, tennis instruction, organized baseball teams, cooking, sewing, and leather-craft classes. About two hundred boys and girls between the ages of six and fifteen took part in this recreation pro- gram. Baseball is stressed above the other activities as there is quite a bit of competition between the various teams sponsored by business firms of our town. The Babe Ruth League was composed of two teams, one Optimist sponsored, and the other Lions Club sponsored. In the final playoff, the Optimists' team won the title. The Little League teams also presented quite a number of exciting hours for the fans of our community Teams making up the Little League and their sponsors are as follows: Cardinals, sponsored by the Lions Club, Yankees, sponsored by the Optimist, Dodgers, sponsored by the Business Women's League, and Giants, sponsored by Jones' Auto Supply Store. In the finals, the Giants won the Little League title over very good competition from the remaining teams. EAGLES AT PRAYER Be Still and Know That I Am God Psalm 46:10 Patsy Gunn and Jean Peters gave The Meaning of Thanksgiving, " and the Thanksgiving Proclamation in the assembly program. a a ,4 Peggy Blackmore, third vice president of the Student Council, is in charge of all assembly programs. Working with her as a committee are Barbara Pope, Kenneth Behrens and Rosemary Peterson. Mrs. Iana Greenway works as the faculty advisor. Their planned programs include talks from various pastors and other leaders in our town, Special day programs are under the direction of classes. The Thanksgiving program, sponsored by the fifth-hour American history class is typical of this type of program. Albert Munson led the prayer for the Thanksgiving program and Gordon Smith read the 100th Psalm. Gayle Ann Smith, Patsy Gunn, Donna Hausenfluck, and Margie Cagle sang "Cherubim Song' for the Thanksgiving program. Linda Luksa and Kenneth Behrens gave Thanksgiving readings for the program I Southwestem University, an institution over 100 years old, is located in George- town and has contributed religious influence not only to the high school students but to the entire community. It has takenvia lead in the religious activities of its denomi- nation, and through close co-operation with the various religious groups of our com- munity, it has encouraged a well-rounded physical and spiritual program. Each church sponsors youth organizations to guide the young people of its denomi- nation. Young people have the opportunity to participate in wholesome activities under the guidance of the church. The Tuesday Night Supper Club which meets each week at the First Methodist Church is an inter-denominational organization which brings the youth of our community closer together in both work and play, The youth of Georgetown and surrounding territories agree fully that our town is a much better place to live because of the work done in and through our churches and their organizations. Evelyn Nolen, Janice Whiteley and Tommie Wade will be found in the weekly services of the Church of Christ whenever they can. CHURCH OF CHRIST Harvey Porter, Pastor "Enter His gates with Thanksgiving and into His ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH, Walburg W. F. Bielefcldt, Pastor FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH courts with praise. " Psalm 100:4 Ian A. McMurry, Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bob Mitchell, Pastor R. I. Mott and Rita McCas1and were chosen as king and queen of the armual Intermediaue Sweetheart Banquet of 1955. ST, JOHN'S METHODIST CHURCH I. T. Gardner, Pastor X 34 FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Thomas B. Granger, Pastor Albert Munson and Linda Luksa, leaders in the Metho- dist Church, examine the bulletin board. HOLY TRINTY CATHOLIC CHURCH Ignatius I . Valenta Rt, Rev. Msgr. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Arthur E. Anderson, Pastor X ' ..-y 4 Q-a 1 N .yu X Z Swag .lemma 35 I MR. JOE C. BARNES A. B. , Southwestem University M. A. , Texas University Superintendent of Schools gx--.N MRS. R. B. HALL Secretary to Superintendent MR. EVERETT L. WILLIAMS A. B. , Baylor University M. A, , Texas Tech Principal of High School MRS, JOHN L, DIBRELL Secretary to Principal cl-aafzqaad lady 31466 When not in classes students do their studying and reading in the library and study hall. atafze Off? Rosemary Peterson, sophomore candidate for sweetheart of the George- town F. F. A. Chapter, was presented at the F. F. A. and F. H. A. ban- quet on March 17. Rosemary is active inall school activities. Also nominated for the honor were Gloria Schmidt, Barbara Knauth, and Rita McCasland. Mr. I. H. Greenway B. S. , Texas A. and M. Mr. Greenway teaches agriculture and sponsors the F. F. A. He is also the senior class sponsor. .' :il -1 . ' 'ii TW ' B 1 The first year agriculture students learn how to tie different knots. They also learn the use of each type. Ralph Granzin, Billy Hausen- fluck, and Craig Davis practice what they have leamed. The officers of the Georgetown chapter of the F. F. A. are pictured as they display their chapter emblem. Don Parker, president of both the Georgetown chapter and the area chapter, holds the emblem while Johnny Bohanan, Sam Gunn, Dan Thomton, Tommy Wade, and Jon Kasperik look on with pride. W . Darlene Adams and Ann Love press the material be- Jacquelyn Hannusch and Clara Noack wash dishes fore they make their new dresses. after a cooking laboratory. Mr. Greenway shows cuts of meats he bought from Calvin Buchhorn to his Ag. II class, consisting of Tommy Wade, John Montgomery, Johnny Brummett, Murray Roberts, M.J. Kimbro, Earl McKeithan, and Jimmy Chambers. N w W W -.1 Delbert Chance is b10CkiYlg Don Parker, president of both the his Sheelii for the FSI Stock area and the chapter, is shown hold- Show, March 7 and 8. ing the insignia of the F, F. A, MRS, BILLIE H. SOMMERMEYER B.S., T.S.C.W., Denton Mrs. Sommermeyer teaches homemaking I, H, Ill and sponsors the F.H.A. and senior class. 6 ifj r X wllginzgfa-N ' 1' I f El t ' I Zfamemaaeang dimmed fdwze 700360046024 aff' The 1954-55 F. H. A. Officers admire the club hand- book. They are, left to right: Linda Luksa, Parlia- mentariang La Verne Domel, Area Parliamentariang Martha Hoffman, Song Leaderg Patricia Tienert, Treasurerg Imadell Burks, Pianistg and Rebecca Rus- sell, Degrees Chairman. Seated are: Janice Whiteley, Secretaryg La Nell Mott, Presidentg and Vice Presi- dent, Sammie Henderson, MRS. GENE STUMP B.S. , Texas University Mrs. Stump teaches first and second year J homemaking and general science, She also sponsors the F. H.A. and the sophomore class. The F. H. A. meets once a month and the programs are presented either by the students or an outside speaker. Kristine Johnson, Rose- mary Peterson, Katherine Jacob, and Rececca Russell presented a skit for the January meeting. Each fall the first year homemakers are initiated into the club by the other members, The girls go through one day of "torture" which is concluded by a lunch in the city park. +1l.l.-15 ' lt l"a-aims Left, Rosemary Peterson, Gussie Valentine, Margie Cagle, Wilma Durham, Gretchen Rath, and Martha Cloud dressed for initiation. t 7? , .. K .ki K, This year, Janice Whiteley received Laveme Domel was awarded the Don Parker, seen robbing the ice the State Home Making Degree, honor of Betty Crocker Home Maker box, was elected the F. H. A, Beau. which is an honorary degree awarded of Tomorrow, by making the high- a student because of outstanding est score in a Competitive test work in her school, home, church, given ill Our SCh0O1. and community. Imadell Burks works on her skirt while Betty Logan looks on. ,ti- La Vera Mickan and Alma Burrow are busy cooking in the second year homemaking class. Students study Valerie Hodges was elected the sewing one semester and cooking F. H, A, 's "Little Sister. " the next. 4I 42 0 Coach Tom Dannelley B. B. A, and M. Ed. , Texas University Coach teaches typing, shorthand, and bookkeeping. He also is the Junior High football coach and freshman class sponsor. Jean Stewart, Dan Thomton, and Frances Bethke work to get their letters finished for Coach. SHORTHAND CLASS Peggy Phillips, Nelda Lester, and Jo Ann Aderhold work hard to take down everything Coach says. Glenda Davis and Bonnie Powers practice on their 15-minute writings. accalccazce MISS EULA BURLESON B. A. , Mary Hardin-Baylor M. A. , Southwestem University Delta Kappa Gamma MRS. CYNTHIA MURRAY A. B. , Denton Teachers College Above, Milton Wolbrueck and Julia Ann Lackey are holding models while discussing the use of the Alamo. Their teacher is Mrs. Murray. Mrs, Murray is also a seventh grade sponsor. To the right, a guillotine is being examined by Leonard Schroeder and Jeanie Smiley while studying about the French Revolution in world history. Miss Burleson is their teacher. She also teaches American history and civlcs. " . I 'A 1 s ',ks, ! ts' Above, Ann McKinney is giving some in formation to John Roberts about Indian customs. s . D MRS. ANGUS SPRINGER A.B. , Baker University, Baldwin, Kansas Graduate work at Iowa University and Southwestern Delta Kappa Gamma Mrs. Springer teaches junior and senior English, speech and drama. She is the sponsor of Soc 'n' Buskin and directs all activities of that organization, She is also the advisor and sponsor of the debate teams and the junior class, Peggy Philips, Billie Finnie, Evelyn Nolan, Nancy Ellyson, Charlie Guantt, Kenneth Green, and Mari- lyn Allan examine the English IV projects which were made at the end of their study of Shakespearean literature. Alben Munson, La Nell Mott, Barbara Pope, Gail Thompson, Gloria Fletcher, Charlie Chance, and Gloria Jacob enjoy comparing their Shakespearean literature projects. w -2312: This year Soc 'n' Buskin put on all the class plays using members of the club in the casts. The classes and the club shared the profits. Martin McClain, best actor of the senior play, "Charley's Aunt, " nearly explodes from trying to hold his breath in one of the flmniest scenes. E 1 1 , Soc as 24446661 On February 14, the Soc 'n' Buskin held a formal initiation for the new members of the National Thespians, a national honor drama society. Nineteen new members were initiated by the installing officers, Christie Armstrong and Kenneth Behrens, and sponsor, Mrs. Angus Springer. In the Tea Scene, a scene enjoyed by the cast as well as the audience, Donna Lucia carries on a conversation with Babbs as he pours tea--into Mr. Spet- tigue's hat. Jack shows great consterna- tion at the sight while John Pettijohn, who played Brasset the butler, seems to be amused by Babb's antics. 0 .s 'it if Babbs attempts to show musical ability for his 'little girl, ' Ella Delahay, while Donna Lucia and Kitty Verdun watch with evident enjoyment. Christie Armstrong, who played the part of Donna Lucia, was best actress of the Senior play. s Kenneth Behrens and Sammie Henderson - Winners State First Places. La Nell Mott was in charge of make-up and Al- bert Munson was stage manv ager. The cast attributes the success of the play to the capable direction of Mrs. Angus Springer. 46 If . If Georgetown won state-wide acclaim through its production of the one-act play "Sunny Morning, " a translation of a Spanish play by the Srs. Quinters. The schedule of performances was as follows: Georgetown P. T. A, g student body: T, U. Student Activities Conference, Austln District Meet, .Taylorg Regional U. I. L. , San Marcosg State Meet Class "A", Austin. The cast consisted of Kenneth Behrens, Sammie Lou Henderson, Patsy Gunn, and Barto Patterson. Kenneth and Sammie Lou received first place honors in all contests including the Samuel French State Award. Martin McClain, Butch Johnson and Kenneth Behrens were creators of the colorful and fantastic scenery which received favor- able criticism. Barto Patterson and Patsy Gunn - Supporting Cast. '-Q One of the high points in the English classes is acting out the plays given in the textbook. The English I class is shown in this picture as they act out 'The Valiant. " Lyndon Rosen- blad, who is portraying the warden, gazes into space as Sammy Wilcox takes his part as the priest in a serious manner. Brian Engelbrecht seems to be in deep thought as to his future. He plays the convict who rs approaching execution. Val Jean Bethke seems to be carried away as she demonstrates ffor La Vera Mickan and Patricia Trenertj how Caesar was killed. ,J 1 at - -r I' A . . Q R I J i ' L- -'.'- 'X--. N f . 2 : f ig K riff! sp 1 . 1 2-f.a's,v s i . '55 iG'f.f4Q' A : US '- 7' J ,Q fr. f HT , L y Tv- Q5 P f,3 " '- ' P, Q 1? 3 ,571 4 , al.v r- '1 a X ' 4' MISS AGNES WILCOX B. A. , Southwestern University Miss Wilcox teaches both freshman and sophomore English, She also is a junior class sponsor. Miss Wilcox proves that she is a good sport as she cautiously enters the "spook" house at the junior class Halloween Paul'- 47 MRS. LORRAINE HINDELANG B. A. , Trinity University Mrs, Hindelang, who is teaching in a Georgetown school for the first time, teaches freshman, sophomore and junior English. She also teaches world history and is the Eagle sponsor, MRS. PACE ARMSTRONG B. A. , Southwestern University Mrs. Armstrong teaches seventh and eighth language arts and eighth grade safety. She is an eighth grade spon- sor. E 1 V Mrs. Hinde1ang's freshman English class enjoys acting out old English ballads. The students are, left to right: Imadell Burks, Janice Mc- Donald, Janice Glass, and Kay Adams, Below: Janice Glass, Josephine Valdez, Rita McCas- land and Ann Love complete a tragic scene. Cammie Blackmore, Rex Hawes, and Joe Bohanan enjoy working with words while Mrs. Armstrong looks on. WS' Hin und: K Y btgfjht 6 65665 0 Ham 6 gnisaxa ,5ei0"m 'Mei The Eagle is the school paper produced by the students of the Georgetown High School under the direction of Mrs, Paul Hindelang. The paper is financed jointly by sale of papers and sale of advertising to local business concems. Donald Ewing, Bob Duncombe, and C. R. A Mr' Morgan take ij i their work quite seriously as they study the print lay- Right: Rita McCas1and, Barbara Knauth, Kay Adams, Enid Anderson, and Freddie Sanders read and admire one of the earlier Eagles. uksa Kinda L Pglefi' mgelvi ' mari mg Santee Vjlbbaxdi Roig me peril delmt' a H xafm WCB' -at wi? msd we' o gon. age ai the Ge, mac K Pegg the gets . I-Ute Uls to 0P6r I' MI' H01 auctions fr ite a , Inq . Om prlntfng In lusts On ho Rchine W 'nu :Nil-P rea d PIO 1 a 5 Izda Luksa hge1brec t-VPES 3 S tO!-J, The Student Council Officers at work--President, Albert Munsong First Vice President, Martha Hoff- rnang Second Vice President, Wil- ford Baneg Third Vice President, Peggy Blackmoreg Secretary, Janice Whiteleyg Treasurer, Charlie Guanttg Parliamentarian, John Pettijohn. Val Jean Bethke sings at a Student Council sponsored assembly program, Staff- the Follies of '55- accompanied by Margaret Bielefeldt. Each Class entered 3 Pomon , X413 Hr Each year the Student Council spon- sors a Public School Week in which the students and towns people take part. Special assembly programs are held each moming with a mem- ber ofthe Council in charge. The Student Council officers at the right display posters used. Another project of the Stu dent Council this year was to sponsor, with the Eagle of the night's activities. The entries were judged and the winning classes in the Junior and Senior divisions were awarded a S5 prize. In the Senior division, the Junior class won while the A Eighth won the Junior drvis ion prize. Tommy Stick- land, at right, took part in the Eighth grade's "Family Album" skit. The Junior class 's theme was the history of music in the setting of Hernando's Hideaway. Janice Whiteley, Martha Hoffman, and Albert Munson sell cold drinks at the Student Council coke party to raise money for the Cancer Crusade. MR, E. W. KEITH A. B. , M. A. , Texas University W-Mn., and biology, and he is the sponsor of the Student Council and sophomore class. MRS, R, M, MEDLEY Mr. Keith teaches general science, physics, A. B. , Hardin-Simmons University M. A. , Texas University P1 "lap- 7 5 Mrs. Medley teaches general science and algebra and sponsors the freshman class. "Butch" Johnson and Clarence McCann make an ex- periment on expansion in physics class. COACH BEN ROSENBLAD B. B. A. , Southwestem University Coach Ben teaches science and math in the seventh and eighth grades, He IS also assistant to the head coach. 1? 4, Mrs. Medley fishes on Fisherman's Bridge in Yellowstone National Park. Billy Snowden, Norman Boufford, and David Zavala dissect a perch in the fifth hour biology class. fo Q in Don Parker with his poster, "Geometry in Cloth, " wants the attention of Donald Barrington as does Bob Duncombe with his poster, "Geometry in Insignias. " These posters were made as part of geometry work and were voted best by the students, COACH BIRKLEBACH A. B. and M. A. , Southwestern University Coach Birkelbach teaches math, directs and coaches the athletic department. MISS MATTIE LOVENTHAL A. B. , Southwestern University M. A. , Texas University Graduate Work, Colorado Teachers College Delta Kappa Gamma Sam Gtmn and others work in Coach Birke1bach's math class. Iohn Pettijohn works out formulas in algebra H class. C. D. Fox and Beverly Forehand practice drawrng angles rn Mrs. Greenway's math class. MRS, IANA GREENWAY B. A. , Texas University Mrs. Greenway teaches seventh and eighth grade math. She is one of the seventh grade sponsors and she is on the Assembly Program Committee. MR, RALPH B. HICKMAN B. A. , Southwest Texas State Teachers College M. A. , Sul Ross College, Alpine Mr. Hickman in a characteristic pose Leonard Buchhorn and Ronald Beckman laugh at questions asked about their graphs. I VS -4 "Stick 'em up!" says Officer Tyree Finch in Spanish as he halts robbery attempt on Cidela Si1va's store by the notorious Norman Boufford. The students are merely acting however, and they all thoroughly enjoyed this portion of Mrs. McCoy's work. Parents, Teachers, and students enjoy the food at the Spanish Supper. A Spanish meal is pre- pared and served each year to raise funds for P, A. S.F, projects. 54 Mrs, McCoy gives a helpful bit of advice to Spanish II students Norman Bouffard and Tyree Finch. Gordon Holcomb, Sammy Mason, June Burkhart, and Martha Cloud are giving a scene from a play which they wrote for classroom activities in Mrs. McCoy's Spanish Il Class. It was based on life in a grocery store, Gordon and Sammy represent the clerks, while the girls are their customers. 77.,-4.5.7. - .444 fi' The Pan American Student Forum officers, seen studying Ange1a's Minutes, are Lawrence Wisdom, Publicity Chairmang Martin McClain, Vice President Angela Enclebrecht, Secretary: Margie Cagle, Treas- urerg and Butch Johnson, President. Janice Glass won third place in the state vocal solo contest with her singing of "Perfidia" and "Frenesi. ' Janice, a freshman, has been very active in her first year in the P. A. S. F. v The P. A, S, F, Chorus, which entered, but did not place in the contest, thoroughly enjoyed themselves while they worked on the contest songs. "Una Casa de Locos, " which means "An Insane Asylum, " was entered in the Spanish one-act play contest at the P, A. S. F. State Convention. It was awarded third place. In the left-hand picture Bill Springer and Sammy Mason, playing two crazy men, are trying to decide who is "Caesar, " Ronald Woodfin, playing an escaped convict shakes his head in disbelief when he finds out that he is "Caesar" and about to be killed. "Caesar's" escape is stopped and he is saved by Tyree Finch and Joe Guiterrez, who are not shown. if 1 .m'nf5 v Wfealzfd Miss Deupree admires last year's trophies and consults the calendar for this year's schedule. Although Miss MISS ANNA JO DEUPREE ' Deupree only taught in our school for one semester, B. S, and M. A. , DCIIIOH TC8ChC1'S she gained favor with both teachers and students College U Miss Deupree talks to group before class work begins. , y I iff I ' p' , , , f 'airy-'M l 51' """"!'l5WWflZI"Vwf ' Mf""'l" mf We 'E"f,, I ,,W,W ,,Lfl5y ,f W, M ff I, 'ff' f f Ei n W ' ,Wy X, lj, ljlww f I 1 ' an ,I Hx, W .W , , K, ,, ,, Msg, , M 'f ., ' E 1 nw, ' , "I A f " ,E+ COACH N. R. PRIEST Received his A. B. Degree from Southwestern. He teaches boys' health classes, 56 Johnny Engvall and Billy Ray Snowden weigh Earl McKeithan as part of the health program. In health tests are made of the eyes and of the ears. Mr. Priest teaches health and directs the health program and games, both in the gym and outside. ,rf aivimmsf 4, R ,,,, A 3, 1 gm- Quia? sg iw Q , X- M ww ,Q . XS-ul ,, 0 -if A ..f Q? X fig sf S 5 ya'-eff ,.. ' X W .L Sl i WITH X N x k i ff? x I Asa The Eagle Band under the direction of Mr. George Nelson plays for all football games, for parades, such as the Georgetown Sheriff Posse Rodeo, and on 34414 invitation in other nearby towns as they have parades. Many members of the band enter in the spring con- test. X A. hx Q 2 Y Q! ' 'X :X v X . . . sg I . fl 2, ea,a?': , V, t Gayle Ann Smith was chosen is , by popular vote of the band, H i s - . , band sweetheart for this year 7 W "' 5 'N' She is a favorite among stu- : " 4hh. J Q ' dents and teachers, Sgr 4 ,5 M To the left is Mr. George sr -L ' V , S! Vye' Nelson, new to our school, 1 -.y ' A 'F ., H but not to our town as he took 4' his degree at Southwestern. ,-vi b,.4 xi" 5 bfi? S .X Majorettes for the 1954-55 school year were Margie Cagle, Pat Faught, Freddie Sanders, Peggy Blackmore, and Gussie Valentine. Drum Major was Nancy Ellyson. Both the major- ettes and drum major were elected last spring by the band and director, Gayle was presented at the games, escorted by Majorette Margie Cagle and Drum Major Nancy Ellyson, while the band formed a heart and played, "Let Me Call You Sweetheart Below: Kristine Johnson, Sadie Lackey, Kathy Jacob, Joyce Person, and Ronald Woodfin work on lay-outs during a regular annual staff meeting. The Aerie Staff, besides working daily on the '55 Aerie, attended many workshops and clinics where they learned how to make a better annual. M55 ,-ima Szagg Mrs. Gilbert Conoley, an assistant from Southwestern University, dis- cusses plans for the '55 Aerie with Donna Hausenfluck, business man- ager, and Christie Armstrong, ed- itor. is Christie Armstrong - Editor. Christie, the only Senior on the 1955 staff. She served on the staff for three years. -...Ni Joyce Person, Kristine John- son, Katherine Jacob, Sadie Lackey, Donna Hausen- fluck, and Christie Arm- strong relax after working on the annual. 3 i gwzea- President - - - - Ann McKinney Vice President - - - Selinda Montgomery Secretary - - ----- Kay Covey Treasurer - - - Roylene Homeyer Joe Escobedo Kathy Freydenfeldt Robert Glass Manuel Gonzales Claude Green Jo Ann Hausenfluck Jackie Headrick Carolyn Helgren David Adams Pete Aleman Rosalie Anderson Margie Andrews Stanford Armstrong Leo Bailey Pete Boufford Adarene Bird David Brown Bobby Brummett Sara Jo Buchanan David Carlson Carolyn Chambers Karen Cole Bobby Copeland Mary Coronado Kay Covey Nelda Davis Beatrice Diaz John Doerfler !"""'7 13: A A 1- a ff' . is 5-if iirwiigf ... f -if : ' iii? f ' '5 -'f59'f' T ' 1 was i . . i in ' 331115, -'-- I f UH, -as r Q M - Y'liWv" no 1. 9 w' 'i 'Fifi 15- A.: 1 ' ' Q. - if 53532375 gel-in X-r 'rf , J: ' J- - K, -gigs 4,3 , 1,134 N f ' I" Q as x ah- I , A , 1 . -xx - 5 ? .2 Marie Hernandez Paul Hindelang Delores Homeyer Roylene Homeyer Donald Hoyle Orlan Ihms Stella Jeminez Ruth Johnson W.D. Keese Jackie Klein Julia Ann Lackey Travis Lester Fred McAferty Meredith McClain Dorothy McCormack Jimmie McDonald Ann McKinney Melvin McLaughlin Walter Jules Martin Selinda Montgomery J X 3 fb ,J Jrt r si, J Q9 , 'R' r Q. gs K iq 4, 2 'iff' s 'X Y"-AWN .B W I TL 5 i A LV I 5 tr. A . 'ff5f'f7 f Jil? ' 7 sfiaffggggizfxlserik elf , fi. ifzsr iw '1fLaf1gQ1'.tsfwi sv ' lei L tr W--t ,ffyq-ra V rggmu wz 11 a I- J Qi, fi ' . 4. I Q - Q g f i ' Sammie Morris Barbara Pate Marvin Patterson Raymond Peters Tommy Petrosky Dorothy Pope Judy Reid Pete Reynago I7 :fi JQFQS L N, x ,N ...:a,X:: .M 1.X, I T.,i,, , .:3A . - 5329522 it s 5 was xg SEM K mx sry? 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Aiwa . , , f., ,nrmrbgi 9,3 saw. Audrey Io Guthrie John Hancock Rex Hawes Pete Herrera Gerald Hill Louise Holcomb- Fred Hubbard Janet Ischy Kenneth Jenkins Charles Johnson Robin Jolly Shirley Jordon Wendell Keeling Carolyn Keese Gloyce Kimbro Tommy Kimbro Victor Knauth Patricia Lackey Rita Lefner Tommy Legett KJ' Bernice Nord Amelia Ortiz Joe Perry Hazel Perry Joan Reid A.R. Robbins Ioan Rosenblad Lavern Robinson Karen Smith Dickie Stanley Janet Steelman Patsy Stearns Robert Stewart Tommy Strickland r Q R S .Yr. , I. E. Stubbs Dale Sinor Charles Teague Margie Tompson Alice Valentine Danial Vasquez Beatrice Zavala MN' as 25, I, 1' . . . ,. lt.t ll.t - L - ., ,ye , i ia Q, ,, My X 3 we sa ,i H X i A X N , Q, K W, elf r iw 21 I ug we fm HN Exe se 1. fr. t 1 - gxilzizigaaz. 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I I .4 WW 'W' r ...E W if , tv! ., G M " , , , n .1 ap . .A , 5 Kathleen Wiggins 3 f A Q U , R- U V Sammy Wilcox V 1 y Don Williams ' W W ,, --3.-4 N ,A W'll' .. r 7 Joe 1 iams ,W R ,W f W ,fi V A A Lupe Hernandez 8 ' Julia Rameriz k' ,if N 'fax r ' Y The Sophomores found out it gets awfully hot roasting weiners although the weather was cold. Peggy Blackmore, June Burkhart, Katherine Jacob, Martha Cloud, Jane Reed, and Freddie Sanders test the fire, V M.C 51 1 ,l 24 4 ,M fl fi.. 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"7 ' M Margaret Threadgill Tommy Wade Bobbie Io Whitely Joyce Whitfield Mamie Ruth Wolbrueck Ronald Woodfin Betty Zoch Joe Gutierrez Cedelia Silva mm lace President - - Vice President - Secretary - - Treasurer - - Reporter - - Social Chairman - - -JOHN PETTUOHN - - WILFORD BANE - - MARGIE CAGLE - - DON PARKER - IANICE WHITELEY DONNA HAUSENFLUCK 'X g'f1"f1' 3 Yeff P WINOLA ADAMS WILFORD BANE FRA NCES BETHKE GRA DY BIZZELL A 0 is x KN! f 'K DONA LD BA RRINGTON HA RRIET BERGLUND JOHN BOHA NAN CA LVIN BUCHHORN GLENDA DAVIS BOBBY DAWSON MA RGIE CAGLE JOHN CLOUD MA RTHA DU RREN B ERGER VON CILE DOWDA BOB DUNCOMBE WILMA DURHAM ,gil -x 1 Jfmmqllf gl. -Hind? 2 gk' U 3'mI'HIU QV' 5 JAMES ELKINS ANGELA ENGELBRECHT s , if EDWARD GA UNTT ROY DEAN GEORGE .Q kvf DONALD EWING ERNEST FULTON , ww Af A , , V' fi gg L , 1- A f A1 ' "' 1 ' A ELEE A . 1 fmif A 'H' ' 'W' M A LAM A LLAEL, f F .Lg 35 Q5 O BARBARA HANCOCK ""'f' 3 , U JACQUELYN HANNUSCH Q 'T 'K , ,FN A SA LN ' N ' .l Q ' ' MARTHA HOFFMAN JOE HOYLE DONNA HAUSENFLUCK JAMES HA WES 'Q . '., -ui' WAYNE JOHNSON CLAYTON JOHNSON rv. A 5 KAY HUBBARD SHIRLEY JENKINS K 1-Lx l' ill C J E l U i'.Kv HUBERT JONES ERNEST KIMBRO I, 0 f I MQ 1 mmuvm. B ' A Www HOWARD LA NDRY ELAINE LA NGFORD .l 6 AQ ,Wi I N 25 ,J X BA RBA RA KNAUTH SA DIE LA CKEY if 'N'--W, fn ,4wh E, . EEAE A A E E A 'AEA A I HARLAN LESCHBER E,,Ah A f .,, ,,A EZEV ,E CLARENCE LEWIS AE.A iilff AAAEA YAAA Im. M:. w-f -5 : . ' ff 1 QEEAE A g 3 1 2 Q '7ZQffl32 s X -2 W' .vw 13 K if - CLA RENCE MCCA NN MA RTIN MCCLA IN Q' ik 1 , fl? ,, qs! I LINDA LUKSA CLIFFORD LUNDQUIST ici-gif" , v',.. V jxf L Y 5wL?Q3yA NNL gg 1 'wb N lQNf I I I A NNN A l NN 1 NNNN I ' if DA VID MCLAUGHLIN STEVE MA RTURANO sf' KENNETH MICKAN BILLY MILLER iff ' 4, ' 1' , Rw- Z' S' D RAY MILLER E ' , A rf BARBARA MONTGOMERY 3 CLARA NOA CK CURTIS NORD Q D f K JOYCE NUNNERY DON PARKER as K KV! 5' ri S 26, Z2 -x N Ar- "f"'fffPTr ,, 'MVN X fllflfh C.R. MORGAN WILMA MOORE JANET PESCHEL JEAN PETERS JOE PERRY SHIRLEY PERRY k JOHN PETTIJOHN BONNIE POWERS RQW. wwwu I JIMMY Rxcs SEX HH l W Q M12 3 S . 2 Z. 'L ' F' '-2 N rf S '2 5 Q Z GLORIA SCHMI DT ROWENA STONE KERMIT TEAGUE WV 'Ri 1.9 U GAYLE SMITH " , E PAT SPENCER JEAN STEWART A Lf' SALLY TEINERT DA N THORNTON BILLY TOMBS AGUSTA VALENTINE ,Y vi-. A 1 ,gs IA NICE WHITELEY A -,., DAVID ZAVALA ' fi' Margie Cagle seems "up in the air" about something, while other Juniors, Don Parker, John Pettijohn, Wilford Bane, and Donna Hausenfiuck seem to be enjoying her state of suspension, A11 G, H. S. students like to relax at San Gabriel Park. B0 KENNETH BERHENS - - - - President EVELYN NOLEN - - - - Vice President PATSY GUNN - - - - Secretary SUE STORK - - - - - Treasurer PEGGY PHILLIPS - - - - - Reporter JO ANN ADERHOLD PASF 51-52: FHA 52-55: Senior Band 50-555 Soc'n' Buskin 51-52g Annual Staff 51-52. ' MARILYN ALLAN "B" team Basketball, Manager 53-54: Senior Volleyball Manager 53-543 Sen- ior Baseball Manager 53-54g Soc'n' Buskin 52-555 National Thespian 54-553 FHA 52-559 Chorus 50-51. "N JOE ED BARRINGTON Football 51-555 Track 51-55, First in Mile at District Meet 54. KENNETH BEHRENS Band 51-553 Vice President 52-53, Pres- ident 53-545 Soc' n' Buskin Vice President 53-54, President 54-559 Class President 54-55: PASF Secretary 52-53, President 53-54: Annual Staff 53-54g Eagle Staff 51-52g Science Club 52-53. DON ANDREWS Football 51-55g Baseball 52-543 Basket- ball 51-52g FFA Officer 51-54g Safety Club President 52-53g Sergeant-at-Arms Freshman Classy Junior Class Parliamen- tarian. CHRISTIE ARMSTRONG Soc'n' Buskin 51-55, Historian 53-54: National Thespian 51-55: PASF 51-555 FHA 51-54: Annual Staff 51-55, Editor 54-55g Best Actress Senior Play. T JIMMY CASSENS FFA 51-54: Safety Club 51-52: FFA Vice President 53-54. CHARLIE CHANCE Football 52-545 Basketball 51-55g All District 53, All Tournament in George- town 53, 545 Baseball 52-553 Tennis 52- 53g Golf 54-555 Student Council 53-55g Sophomore Class Presidentg Science Club Secretary 52-53g Mr. G. H. S. 53-54, SIDNEY BERG Band 51-55g Jazz Band 51-55g Chorus 51- 52: Central Texas All stir Band 52-535 Regional All Star Band 52-53. SHIRLEY BOX Soc'n' Buskin 51-52: FHA 52-54. GM ,Vp N I, , EI pf: '. . .f BENNIE DAVIS Softball 51-543 Junior Track 51-52: Foot- ball 51-53: FFA 51-54: Livestock Judging 53-54g Science Club 51-52. LA VERNE DOMEL Junior Historical Program Chairman 51-52 FHA 51-55, Ideal Future Homemaker 52- 53, District IV FHA President 51-52: Area VII FHA Parliamentarian 53-54, Chapter and State Degrees 53-54, District Degrees Chairmang Student Council Rep. 54-55. THELMA DYKES Volleyball 52-551 Basketball 52-55g Baseball 55g FHA Junior Class Treasurer 53-543 Transfer from Leander. VELMA DYKES Volleyball 52-55: Basketball 52-55: Baseball 555 FHA 52-54: Junior Class Secretary 53-545 Transfer from Leander, BILLIE FINNIE Basketball 51-52: Safety Club 51-52: Homemaking 51-53g Soc'n' Buskin 54- 555 Cheerleader 53-55g Freshman Favorite. GLORIA FLETCHER Basketball Manager 52-55g Baseball 52- 545 Tennis 52-53g Safety Club 51-527 Drama 53-555 FHA 51-555 Tumbling 51- 53: Glee Club 51-54. 'Qs NANCY ELLYSON Art Club 51-535 Jazz Band 52-53g PASF 51-53g Band 50-559 Annual Staff 53-54: Chorus 51-53g Fl-IA 52-54: Soc'n' Buskin 53-55: Tumbling Team 52-535 Drum Major 54-55: Art Club President 51-52. W, B, FARRIS FFA 51-543 Livestock Judging 53-54. 'is wg? KENNETH GREEN Football 54-555 Baseball 53-555 Tennis 54-555 FFA 51-545 History Club 51-525 Soc'n' Buskin 54-555 8th Place Show Calf Division Houston Fat Show, FFA Secretary 54-55. PATSY GUNN Baseball 54-555 Volleyball 54-555 Safety Club 525 PASF 525 FHA 52-555 Soc'n' Buskin 54-555 Chorus 525 Secretary Sen- ior Class. CHARLES GAUNTT Baseball 53-545 Softball, District Meet 53-545 Band 50-535 Jazz Band 52-545 PASF 50-535 Science Club 52-535 Chorus 51-525 Freshman Class President5 Junior Class President5 PASF Reporter 51-525 Chorus Vice President, Band President 52-535 American Legion Citizenship Award5 PASF Treasurer, CURTIS GIBBS Football 51-545 Track 51-52. F gg. f ,. BILLY HEADRICK Football 51-555 Track 51-555 Annual Staff 53-55: Safety Club 51-52: FFA 51- 535 Second Team District Football 53, SAMMIE LOU HENDERSON History Club 51-525 Soc'n' Buskin 51-55, Vice President 54-555 PASF 51-555 Annual staff 53-545 Best Actress, Junior Play5 Treasurer History Club, GORDON HOLCOMB Safety Club 51-52. GLORIA JACOB Senior Band 51-55g Homemaking 51-555 Soc'n' Buskin 51-55. J. C. LABENSKE FFA 51-54. ALBERT LANDRY Football 51-555 Student Council 54-55: FFA President 53-54g High Individual at Houston Livestock Judging 53. MYRTLE Jo KIMBRO Softball 52-555 FHA 52-55: Nurses Club 54-55: Tumbling 52-55. MARIORIE NELL KOKEL Junior Historical Club 52-52g Soc'n' Bllskin 51-52: FHA 51-55. ROBERT MONTGOMERY Softball 51-525 Tennis 51-535 Safety Club 51-525 FFA 51-555 Annual Staff 54-555 FFA Project, First Place State Stock Show. BARBARA MORRIS Softball 50-555 Basketball 53-555 Volley- ball 53-555 Spanish Club 50-515 Safety Club 52-535 FHA 53-545 Student Coun- cil 53-54. BETTY JOYCE LESCHBER Baseball 51-525 FHA 51-525 Safety Club 515 Ping Pong Club 51, NELDA LESTER Volleyball 51-535 Basketball 51-535 Baseball 51-525 PNC 54-555 FHA Junior and Chapter Degrees. "YZ-its Q 3 '-X 1 l 96 'Q LA NELL MOTT History Club 51-53, Vice President 515 Soc'n' Buskin 51-55, Treasurer 54-555 PASF 51-555 FHA 52-55, President 54- 555 Pianist 53-54. ALBERT MUNSON Football 51-545 Track 51-535 Basketball 51-555 Baseball 52-545 Tennis 52-555 Aerie Staff 53-545 Eagle staff 52-545 Soc'n' Buskin 52-555 PASF 52-555 Student Council 53-55, President 54-555 Science Club 53-545 Representive to Boys' State 54 BILLY MCCORMACK Band 50-55, All Cen-Tex Band 52-53, All Regional Band 545 PASF 523 Chorus 51-52. EVELYN NOLEN Basketball 51-52: Soc'n' Buskin 51-55: PASF 51-52g FHA 51-555 Pianist 52-53, Historian 53-54g Junior Class Secretary 53-54: Senior Class Vice Presidentg Soc'n' Buskin Secretary 54-55g History Club Sec- retary 51-52: lst place at PASF State Con- vention in piano. BARBARA POPE Basketball 51-555 Volleyball 51-555 Baseball 51-55g Soc'n' Buskin 54-55: FHA 51-535 Chorus 52-53: Cheerleader 54-555 Football Queen 54-55. LANE POWERS FFA 51-54g Football 51-53. NSN Xw BARTO PATTERSON Softball 51-525 Track 51-52: Safety Club 51-52: FFA 51-54: Reporter, PEGGY PHILLIPS Eagle Staff 53-55, Editor 54-555 Soc' n' Buskin 54-55, Senior Class Reporter. LORETTA SCHNEIDER Glee Club 51-525 Soc'n' Buskin 53-545 FHA 51-54. GORDON SMITH Football 52-535 Mixed Chorus 51-525 Band 51-525 Science Club 52-535 Annual Staff 53-545 Soc'n' Buskin 54-55. NATALIE ROSENBLAD Band 51-555 FHA 51-555 Safety Club 51- 525 Basketball Band 53-545 Junior His- torical Club 52-53. CHARLSIE RUSSELL Baseball 52-555 Basketball 53-555 Glee Club 51-525 Tumbling Club 51-535 FHA 51-54. 2991 'tr if BARNEY STANLEY Football 51-545 Basketball 52-555 Base- ball 52-555 All-District Basketball 545 Sophomore Class Favorite5 Junior Class Vice President. SHIRLEY STORK Student Council Rep, 51-525 Safety Club 52-535 FHA 51-535 Sophomore Class Favor ite5 Senior Class Treasurer, CARL STRIED Football 51-55: Basketball 51-55: Track 52-55: Golf 52-54: Safety Club 51-53: FFA 52-53g Second Place District Golf 52-53. LINNEA STRIED Baseball 51-53: Basketball 53-55: FHA 51-53: Safety Club 52-53: Tumbling Club 52-53. LAWRENCE WISDOM Tennis 53-55: Soc'n' Buskin 53-55: PASF 54-55, Reporter 54-55: Best Actor Junior Play: Junior Transfer from Dallas. IRENE ZAVALA Band 51-55: FHA 51-52: Chorus 51-52. GAIL THOMPSON Glee Club 51-52: History Club 52-53: FHA 51-55. CALVIN WHITELEY Chorus 51-53: Band 51-55: FFA 53-54 M, Hier? W . The "Eagle locomotive" rumbles on as yell-leaders "give it slow." Cheerleaders begin "Echo-yell" at signal given by head cheerleaders, Rosemary Peterson and Barbara Pope. . 1-W -ug , , e - f JOHNNY ZAVALA Football 53-54g FFA 51-53, Track 53-54, 2nd place at District Meet 53, 3rd place at District Meet 54, 4th place at Regional Meet 54. ROSE ZAVALA FHA 51-52. Senior cheerleaders run through practice yells for final pep rally. We are extremely sorry to lose Billie, Finnie and Barbara Pope by graduation, but we know that they and their replacements will continue to give the Eagles as much support as they have in the past. f u . . . a- . . I . Zip! Bang! Eagles! Girls give "Wild and woo1y." - Www Sammie Lou Henderson and Lavern Domell ranked the highest of their class. Lavem, Valedictorian, has received the D. A. R. award and also she achieved the State degree in FHA. Sammie Lou, Salutatorian, won best actress in the play "Sunny Moming, " which placed first in state. I .9 Q' , H fi .X U sf d 4-xx V K The top eight of the graduating class consisted of: Sammie Lou Henderson, Lavern Domell, Albert Mun son, Marjorie Kokel, Gloria Jacobs, Marilyn Allen, Evelyn Nolen, and Lanell Mott. 744 5494: 609604 . W . Invocation - - Class History - - Class Poem - - Class Prophecy - Class Will - - - KENNETH BEHRENS - NANCY ELLYSON GORDON SMITH - - MARILYN ALLAN - - - PATSY GUNN ALBERT MUNSON - - EVELYN NOLAN PEGGY PHILLIPS LAWRENCE WISDON B6l'lediCtiOl'l - ' ' ' CHARLES CHANCE . jsx X " Q .- 'S is F ,U -vp, Eg I L "six I' ' . if ' 'O I X1 I O Donna Hausenfluck and Katherine Jacob check on the progress of the advertising campaign with Mrs Clara Hall, secretary to the superintendent. The 1955 AERIE Staff wishes to express its grati- tude to the advertisers of the community who have made this yearbook possible. LAC!-4EV'Q SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Peggy Philips, Sadie Lackey, and Pat Faught have their car filled up with Sinclair-'s Power-X gasoline by Charles Nunn. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Lackey own and operate this modernly equipped service station located on Austin Avenue. They carry a complete line of Sinclair products and Star tires. Service is rendered with a smile twenty- four hours a day. For News About Georgetown High School HENDERSON? Activities For Always Read Variety Merchandise Television WILLIAM SO N COUNTY .,., SU N E zvlfj : T Printers - Publishers 1 709 Main Frigidaire Products Phone 3042 115 W. 7th Phone 2013 r0fvr1Ar,.. Y G E O RG E TOWN E AUTO SALES OIL MILL Authorized Pontiac Dealer Feed - Cotton Seed - Grain 212 W. 7th West 17th Phone 2195 Phone 2351 , , 1 of 1 ,,,,,.,ny W 9+ TAYLOR TEXACO Bobby Glass, Paul Hindelang, and Merlin Taylor watch Tots Hamilton and Bobby West service the cars, BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY STORE Mr. James Sanders, manager of the local SIOIS, sells candy to Stanford Armstrong and Karen Cole. Mr, Emmett Lynch and Mr. Earl Tinnin are the owners of the Ben Frank- lin Variety Store. M4 C. L, U., REPRESENTING SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Georgetown, Texas P. O. Box 43 COMPTON CHEVROLET COMPANY Charlie Gauntt and Mr. Compton watch Christie Armstrong as she admires one of Mr. Compton's Buick Rivieras. He also has many other fine '55 models, ww CENTEX BUTANE Carol Johnson and Curtis Andrews show Jackie Headrick and David Carlson parts of the truck. iw fine Route All Your Freight CAFE 5 Good Food Prepared the Way You Like It LESSIE COLE Fast - Safe - Sure D MINNIE KING Call Pete for .3 Owners Freight Pickup and Delivery Liquid Carbonic Gas fa Qs Phone 8518F31 f! E, c, QPETEQ BOUFFARD , K f - :QNE WS Our cy M, fp J "" '25 -... .sr-4-I' L-,510-, iff ' 'F E Qs? vi fi ,. ' 'P . 1 L 7 ' fl M1 3 DEPENDABLE DRUGGIST illl w qff mm 1' wg 1 - B AND B CORNER DRUG Prescriptions ADVERTISER Drugs Printers - Publishers Photo Supplies Tobaccos 705 Main Phone 2970 Fountain VERNON HOLMQUIST, Publisher 801 Main Phone 2911 FREUND MOTOR CO. Oldsmobile - Cadillac - GMC Trucks At Freund's, Martha Durrenburger and Barbara Knauth are trying out the new Oldsmobile, with Bennie Vaseks, QW GOOD FOOD Compliments of Zffzyx SAN WOLFEIS iiffgjl 009165 X Nil 996 WOLFE 'S CAFE 800 Austin Ave. Ph' 2051 Ph 2234 Georgetown, Texas XXX KI ff! 5 Q X X ' ff, E:-'J fx if I 1 x x XX- Mxf- f X , M G5 Raw ff X fr A S f 1 X I3 1 3 ew M01 9 SINCE I882 mvore-m1s LGA HEF TEXO 'FEE D JANET AND LESTER IHMS Feed and Poultry Supplies They Are Also Distributors of Drought Relief. cummnmewxm DRUG 'WW GOODIWFOOD l - A rw 52 Drugs , Sundries , Cosmetics C omplete F ountain Se rvice Located Across from the Georgetown Hospital Phone 2024 THE Gigli FLOWER djs N OO K Flowers for 2A11 School Occasions Across from the Georgetown Hospital 608 12th Street Phone 2941 For Complete Venetian Blind Service - Toll Call Austin 6- 5681 fCa11s Paid on Placed Ordersj Precision Made Venetian Blinds ' in Color Harmony CHAL LSTROM MANUFACTURING CO. 2704 Wilson Austin, Texas STEWART HATCHERY Above are Robert Stewart and Rex Hawes helping Emzy Bohanan load the Stewart's truck. Q x T ' - , .-.- f ,,,A,,v..,i ..,,......-- g3's......,..- ' " A' E 'yr' OFC GEORGE TOWN LU MBER COMPANY Left to right are .Tohn Engvall and Son Johnny, and Kay Freder- ickson and her father Elmer Frederickson. Mr. Engvall and Mr. Frederickson are the owners. Aw ""'4"-M--Q-. ,, -lf7l..L-1. Mm.. W, G. LORD 8a COMPANY Nancy Ellyson and Marilyn Allen are trying out a new car with Mr. L. I. Rader and Mr. Russell Parker as Ford Salesmen. Nancy is enjoying very much the pleasure of sitting in one of the new Fords, ES 35 613 Enjoying their drinks, Nelda Lester, Johnny Brummett, and Jirnmy Cassens admire Mr. Greenway's sign. GREENWAY 'S DRIVE IN, located on South Main, is where all students go at threeethirty p.-rn. C-USTAFSON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Dan Thornton and James Hawes look on while Clifford Gustaf son checks the oil of their car. ll. if I O 9' WW FAIRWAY FOOD MARKET The Fai1'way's scales weigh out two pounds of crisp fresh vegetables for Billie Adams and Natalie Rosenblad while Mr. John Rosenblad recommends a bunch of green onions to Jo Ann Rosenblad from the large selection of vegetables to be found at the FAIRWAY FOOD MARKET. WWE Z HUMBLE STATION 1010 Austin Avenue Phone 3554 WW cleaning . o'::"ti . o use' S ,O.Q Q P 9 .ozstozc ,'l'1'1'1'1Q s F:':'s':':" ' o w Q Q s Q' 5'O'Q.Q.0.o' vbbsbo ffiozotba 0g'9:o,Oe - B120 , 'S-1-4 w FJAQ A I hJ1Il1TZS5 9 v,3t..o,s,o,s, arQaJv5 Qs?avQQ 506500 ..sos04 ARTISTIC CLEANERS v's's's'o's9 Q 0 s s s P O 5 Q Q 0 0 0 s Q Q b.Q.O.9.6.Q 5 5 O 0.0. Q O Q vvacy o'o'w's'o'4 v Q o s Q 5 Phone 3 553 I 0 O Q 5 Q l 'o's'v'9sY O S 0 9? 0 Q' S nf O haM'qgg 524 f 5 Q O bfi bfi Q 5355 Georgetown, Texas E, P, MILES, Owner C5OLD'S DEPARTMENT STORE North Side of the Square Phone 3567 Where to Buy It- MUTUAL. LUMBER COMPANY 724 Timber Street Phone 3232 'EEE Hal I L ff 3 F in GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY SALE We Buy Hogs Every Day - Livestock Hauling - Insured Trucks Office Ph. 2951 H-, H, ADAMS, Owner Res. Ph. 3051 Georgetown, Texas W. -H .DAV I 5 FURNITURE STORE East 7th and Main St. Telephone 2270 NV! GE OQGETOW N INSURANCE AGENCY R. R, "RED" MESSER See "Red" for Your Insurance Phone 2909 Office 3440 Residence Georgetown, Texas ISOM'S GIFT SHOP Above, Mrs. Isom is showing Katherine Jacob and Kristine Johnson a string of beads from the jewelry counter. CLOUD'S GROCERY At C1oud's Grocery, John Cloud is helping Martha Cloud and Von Cile Dowda pick their choice of food. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Operated by A. C. WOODFIN Melvin McLaughlin and David Woodfin are examining one of the fine models of Western Flyer bicycles handled by the Western Auto Associate Store. S H. E. MCKEITI-IAN AND SON Welding - Garage Service Earl McKeithan helps father, H. E. McKeithan, "fill 'er up" while June Denham looks on. GO TO PA L A C E D E L U X E BARBER SHOP CLEANERS To Be MILES DAVIS Well Groomed for All Cleaners You Will Enjoy Occasions Doing Business With GA L.L.AVVAY 2 7 AGENCY 4 N Insurance and Bonds x Everything to Wear Yfsl I 207 West7th 8. SO N Phones: Office 2481 DRY GOODS Dwg. 3407 Main Street Phone 2192 TH QE E -WAY I C3 GRAIN AND SEED COMPANY Manufacturers of I ' A. , Quality Feeds sei' is tio, F fix Q L Qi: -g kg: -2253-9 t 1' We Q 32 S 1 Source of or RESULTS Sinclair P roducts J. W. LACKEY Poultry and Dairy Stock Livestock and Hogs Dial 2525 CONGRATULATIONS, SENIORS , . . Your journey down the pathway of life now begins and your future will be moulded greatly by the foundations gained from high school days, As you progress ever upward, building constructively, you will learn in after-years that the greatest assets of life are the things you can't take away with you. So give to the world the best you have and the best will come back to you. May your future find con- tentment, THE OWEN W. Sl-IEIZRI LL AGENCY, REALTOR L AND M CAFE Donna Hausenfluck orders from L and lVl's varied menu of fine foods while other regular luncheon patrons, Martha Hoffman, Angela Engelbrecht, Linda Luksa, and Harriet Berglund wait their turn. PIGGLY WIGGLY Roy Dean George, Calvin Whiteley, Clarence McCann, and Jimmy Glover are helping Mr, and Mrs. Alton Carter fix the shelves with many of their good products, BELFORD LUMB EIR COMPANY The Belford Lumber Company remains a true and trusted friend of the Aerie. NEUMAN'S DRY GOODS STORE Mrs. Ransom shows some of the fine selection of coats in stock at the Ben Neuman Department Store to Janice Whiteley and Evelyn Nolan. YOU'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER GRADUATION . . . 70 can Something else to re- it 'B Puma QQUILK Pam member is the dependable lk H quality of Pure Milk Com- mn- : Umafvzv ns'x'v.s.s'1l1- :V k pany, Quality Checked Dairy Products. Look for the Big f fu.. Qmkr, Cheird If Red Check Mark and you can ln- be sure of getting the finest! E hu' HOMOGENIZED x X MEMS PURE MILK fo-. WACQ HMS Ham UW H Vw MILK comwxmv Qualify Chekd lhnllll Q . L ,..,....... 5 Colonial Mansion used by the Juniors at the Junior-Senior Banquet, WWWWW ffigViMf'A fo gy 753 W M gl is we 1 A mHoenAPn-uso . k YEARBOOK . nAu.As - rexAs x E f -3- , gA1yn,g,,W.5,,,:Q5f -I K -gp iwwffffn ' f. w'??i rf?" 1fV3'?43T g -f - N1,fAf1" ,gf.f'fJwxia-f?g5K'fH fv , " 5, "' J 3 .4114 I ,5J,:g3sg3T25'58i5 Lviaq. . 'A 1-EEE' J" aw ww Y V -"nu J, "fy,-. 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