Georgetown High School - Aerie Yearbook (Georgetown, TX)
- Class of 1956
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Few students consider the effect of the bell in regulat-
ing their daily life. Each day is controlled by bells. we
are awakened in the morning to the sound of a bell.
Another bell sends us to school and informs uf of
the changes of classes. Bells announce lunch
time, then remind us to return to classes after
lunch. Bells close the school day and begin
lengthy telephone conversations. As night
draws near, doorbells amiounce callers. Later
in the night other bells send us back to our
In olden days the school bell was more
widely used than today. It was rung on all oc-
casions to call the community together. It was
tolled when a prominent citizen died and was
used as a distress signal.
America's most famous bell, the Liberty
Bell, was first cast in London and shipped to
America. The first testing proved a fault in casting
The second casting, done in America, also proved
defective, and the same metal was used for the
third casting. The bell rang on all special oc-
casions until 1835 when it cracked on being
tolled at the death of Chief Justice Marshall.
Since that time it has remained silent, but
its message of freedom and liberty is still
ringing in the minds and hearts of all
Such freedoms as those an-
nounced by the Liberty Bell have
been the basis of our school
and community life.
In our 1955-56
Aerie we are attempt-
ing to show our
school life and how it
is controlled by bells.
of 1956 Aerie
We, the members of the Aerie Staff of
1956, wish to express our appreciation to the
administrative officers of our school, LC.
Barnes, Superintendent, and E.L. Will-
iams, Principal, by dedicating this vol-
ume of the Aerie to them.
Mr. Barnes, we want to express our
deepest gratitude to you for your years
of outstanding leadership and untiring
efforts. The high standards which
exist are due to your supervision and
guidance. The students of George-
town High School will never for-
get the wonderful work you have
done for our school and com-
Mr. Williams, we wish to say "thank
you" for your love and understanding of the
ordinary student. We feel that you are al-
ways willing to deal with our problems in a
sympathetic, and constructive way. We will
remember above all your friendly and good
natured attitude. Let us hope that our ideals
and growth of character will prove worthy
of your example.
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Bells, Belles, and Beans
Bells ofthe Day
A NEW DAY BEGINS for Fred Dod
son as that "great black demon
the alarm clock, announces in its
cheery manner that the hours of
the night have come to an end
and a new day has dawned
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THE 8:45 BELL REMINDS all students
that time has come for the classroom
work to begin. K, W. Mickan and Betty
Zoch make good use of their study hall,
as they complete lessons due later in
"lT'S NOT ALL WORK, " agree Jerry Bane
and Janice as they take time out from regu-
lar classwork to catch up on the latest in
SCHOOL'S OUT. Ann McKinney and RJ. Mott
lose no time in leaving the school and classroom
work behind them. Often students remain to take
part in extra-curricular activities and organizations,
which meet after school hours - on certain days set
at the beginning of school.
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AFTERA HARD DAY AT SCHOOL, Karen
Smith enjoys a long telephone conversation
with someone whom she hasn't seen for at
least two hours. The telephone bell is one
of the most 'used' of all bells. Almost any
time of the day some member of the family
is busy talking on the telephone. Mon
families finish their necesary business deal-
ings before school is out in the aftemoon,
because it is sometimes difficult to find the
telephone idle after that time. r
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COKE TIME IS ANY TIME, after
3:30 and Cunnlngham's Drug Store
makes a perfect place for Howard
Landry and Joyce Homeyer to re-
lax after a "hard" day in school to
discuss the events of the day.
BILL SPRINGER, THIRD VICE PRESI-
DENT of the Student Council is in
charge of all assembly programs,
He is shown making his campaign
speech in the spring elections.
GEORGETOWN HIGH SCHOOL
CHEERLEADERS in action during
the Rosebud game, The six girls
did a wonderful job in arousing
school spirit. Besides leading in
the pep rallies during the week,
they made signs and of course
were leading yells at the games.
SCHOOL IS OUT and
the six school buses of
the Georgetown I. S.
D. transport rural stu-
dents to their homes.
FOOTBALL QUEEN CANDI-
DATES AND THEIR ESCORTS at left
A are Neil Harris and Cammy Blackmore,
Queen Gloria Schmidt and MJ. Kimbro, Bobby
Pope and Deanna Doerfler, and Don Williams and
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Clarence Lewis, Enid Anderson, Patsy -Q 5 W Z Wx " 5' J
Gamble, and Johnny Berglund were in ff if I f I - A f '
"Home Town Halloween," which was 1 A j if I .- - is ,a I
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FOOTBALL BOYS ENJOY FOOTBALL SUPPER ,I
After a successful football season, the foot- D
ball boys and their dates enjoyed a barbecue
given by the parents of the players. ARTIST
BETTY SCHMIDT displays her football poster
for the Taylor game,
THE EAGLE, THE HIGH SCHOOL NEWSPAPER, was produced
by the students of Georgetown High School and their sponsors,
Mrs. Paul Hindelang and Miss Peggy Huddelston. The mim-
eographed paper was put out twice a month for the first se-
mester. Included in the paper was a feature story, an edito-
rial, a fashion column, a personality of the week, and all of
the happenings in and around the high school. Because of
difficulties that arose during the second semester the publi-
cation of the paper was discontinued.
WORKING INDUSTRIOUSLY to get the paper
mimeographed on time are Rita McCasland,
Carolyn Forehand, Enid Anderson, Martha
Miller, Martha Hoffman, Linda Luksa, and
Tl-IE ANNUAL SPANISH
SUPPER, sponsored by the
P.A.S.F. was a great suc-
cess this year. About one
teachers, and parents en-
SCHOOL DISMISSES because of joyed the supper consisting
light snow. On February 2 and 3, gf tacos, enchiladas,
Georgetown school students were out huacamole salad, and
of school because of a light snow and iced tea. The club cleared
sleet. Angela Engelbrecht, Harriet S85 to be used to send
Berglund, and Donna Hausenfluck delegates to the State Con-
took notice of the snow in the San vention. Pat Gamble,
Gabriel Park. The students here had y Angela Engelbrecht, and
not seen snow for about foul' vears. r EW Dar Fletcher prepare fm'
hundred and thirty students,
On March 26 the Sopho-
more Class met at 7:00 for an
Easter Parade party in the high
school auditorium. In the f
Easter Hat Style Show, Rosalie
Smith modeled the third place p
winner, made of an oatmeal it 3
box with doxlies made by H
her partner, Jerry Bane. Janice 9 A if r g
Glass displays the second place lv QI l if if ff
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winner with a hat made from a news- W?-
paper with grass ornaments, created by Kermit 5 3
Schneider. The first place hat was made by Johnny Tombs and
wom by Bette Bird. It was made of a doily with a feather and net for trimming.
Jerry Bane directed games for a spring meet. At 8:30 the crowd gathered for refreshments
and then those who wished to do so danced for an hour.
Neal Harris' hat for Linda Andrews was given
the honorable mention of the night. It was made
of a paper plate topped with flowers and a net
CLA SS SPON SOR
Even Coach Dannelley, one of the class spon
sors, enjoyed the making of the hats He made
a very unusual hat for Margaret Bxelefeldt It
was made of a coat hanger with flowers decorat
ing the hat.
RECEIVING STATE HOMEMAKING DEGREES this
year were Martha Ann Hoffman and Rebecca Russell.
Each girl made a notebook containing all the work
they had done in the seven areas of homemaking. At
the Area II Meeting in Austin, their degrees were
accepted and on April 18, they received their certifi-
cates of award, at the State Convention in Fort Worth.
TWO OUTSTANDING SENIOR
GIRLS, Rowena Stone and Donna
I-Iausenfluck enjoy picking blue-
bonnets in front of the school.
Rowena received the Betty Crocker
Homemaker of Tomorrow Award
by taking a test sponsored by the
Betty Crocker Company.
Donna received the D. A.R.
Citizenship Award from girls nom-
inated by the senior class and elected
by the faculty.
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KATHERINE JACOBS, whohasher
Chapter Degree, was elected Area
Parliamentarian this year. She is
an active member of F. H.A. , and
is shown here with the F. H.A. spon-
sor, Mrs. Stump.
THE BACKGROUND of a model
futuristic city is pictured in back
of a table of chatting couples.
THE HEAD TABLE at the Junior-
Senior Banquet consisted of Junior
class president--Norman Bouffard
and date Angela Engelbrecht, Senior
class president--Don Parker and
Barbara Knauth, Jerry Bane--M.C.
and Mr. and Mrs. Angus Springer.
In the background the planet Saturn
is rising above mountains in tri-
tone of blue and is made prominent
by a purple spotlight.
COUPLES appear amused at a
member of the program, Patsy
Quested, who performed a panto-
mime entitled 'Cocktails for Two. "
A COMEDY ACT, an imitation of Elvis Presley,
was done by Harold Parsley, another student of
Southwestem University. The act was very unusual.
MANY IUNIORS AND SENIORS THOROUGHLY
ENJOYED THE PROGRAM at the Junior-Senior Ban-
quet while they watched Freddie Trevino, a South-
westem student, act out the life of a man of about
the year 2030.
"THE MODERN DANCERS' WAS ONE OF THE
MAIN FEATURES OF THE BANQUET PROGRAM.
The dance consisted of students from Southwestem
AN INTERESTING CONVERSATION IS ENIOYED
at the Jtmior-Senior Banquet by Martin McClain,
Harriet Berglund. Also enjoying the banquet was
Tommie Wade and Joyce Whitfield. The futuristic
city is shown in the backgrolmd.
HOMEMA KING III Served
the School Board in the
on March '7th. Peggy
Blackmore cuts the angel
food cake while Martha
Durrenberger, Lois Hol-
comb, and Martha Miller
wait to serve the cake.
IN MRS. STUMP'S ROOM
Mr. Evans talks to Dr. Benold
while Mr. Manning gets
ready to eat.
THE SCHOOL BOARD,
which consists of Mr. James
Manning, Dr. Douglas
Benold, Mr. Wallace
Evans, Mr. C.E. Gauntt,
Mr. C.S. Sanders, Mr.
Guy Ewing, Mr. Charles
Forbes, and Mr. Houston
Pennington, enjoyed the
chicken served by Ruth
Miller at the supper. Guests
at the dinner were Joe E.
and E.L. Williams, Princi-
OFFICE HELPERS, Kay Hubbard
and Janice Whiteley help Mr.
Murdock with the High School
files. This is Mr. Murdock's first
year in Georgetown High School,
where he serves as counselor and
CAFETERIA LADIES, Mrs. John
Hancock, Mrs. Oscar Ekdahl, and
Mrs. Ed Whitfield are busy prepar-
ing a meal for the school cafeteria
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TWO OF THE BUSIEST PEOPLE in
school are Mrs. Girvin and Mrs.
Hall, secretaries to Mr. Williams
and Mr. Barnes, who work together
on the grade sheets, and all office
work. Mrs. Hall has worked in her
present position for quite a few
years. Mrs. Girvin came to work
at the high school for the first time
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PLANS FOR GRADUATION are
begun by the senior class sponsors,
as Miss Agnes Wilcox and Mrs.
Frances Springer try a senior gown
on Coach Fritz Stelzer,
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS relax in a shady nook in the yard of the
Marvin Hodges. President Don Parker explains a photographic gadget
to the other officers, Linda Luksa, treasurer, Rowena Stone, secretary
Gloria Schmidt, social chairman, Donna Hausenfluck, reporter, and
C. R. Morgan, vice president,
FFA 52-555 Football
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Gloria Schmidt, Kay
Hubbard, and Bar-
bara Knauth sing a
ballad they wrote,
and are accompanied
by Kenny Mickan.
FHA 52-565 Soc'n'Buskin 52-53,
PASF 52-565 Soc'n'Buskin 52-565 Student Coun-
cil 53-56, Second Vice President 54-55, Presi-
dent 55-565 Class Vice President 54-555 Football
52-565 District and Central Texas Back, Tri-
Captain 54-555 Basketball 52-565 Track 52-565
FFA 52-533 Soc'n'Buskin 53-545 Class President
53-545 Football 52-565 Basketball 52-535 Track
PASF 52-565 FHA 53-565 Soc'n'Buskin 58-565
Aerie Staff 55-565 Eagle Staff 54-565 Tumbling
Club 52-535 National Thespian.
FHA 52-545 Volleyball 54-55.
FFA 52-555 Student Council 55-565 FHA Beau
53-545 Football 53-555 Basketball 52-555 Tennis
FFA 52-555 Band 52-56.
IN THE CHEMISTRY LAB
John Cloud, and Glenda
Davis prepare hydrogen
and test it,
PASF 52-56, Treasurer 53-55g FHA 54-56:
Soc'n'Buskin 54-56g Chorus 52-543 Band 52-565
Majorette 54-555 Drum Major 55-56g Class Secre-
PASF 52-535 Soc'n'Buskin 54-56g Eagle Staff 55-
565 Band 52 -535 Science Club 52-53,
VON CILE DOWDA
FHA 52-53g Soc'n'Buskin 52-55,
FHA 52-56, Parliamentarian 55-56g Soc'n'Bus-
kin 52-563 Scribe'54-55: Eagle Staff 55-56g
Band 54-56g National Thespian.
PASF 52-53: Eagle Staff 55-56: Band 52-53:
PASF 52-56, Reporter 53-54, Secretary 54-55:
FHA 53-56: Soc'n'Buskin 53-56: Aerie Staff 55-
56: Eagle Staff 54-55: Activity Editor: Class
Secretary 52-53: National Thespian: Best
Actress, Sophomore and Junior Plays: Cheer-
leader 54-56: Football Queen 53-54.
PASF 52-56, President 55-56: Soc'n'Buskin 54-
56: Aerie Staff 55-56: Band 52-56.
ROY DEAN GEORGE
FFA 52-53, 55-56: Football Manager 52-53.
FHA 52-56: Soc'n'Buskin 52-54: Band 52-56.
PASF 54-56: FHA 52-55: Soc'n' Buskin 52-56:
Historian 54-56, Secretary 55-56: Aerie staff 54-
56, Business Manager 54-55, Editor 55-56: Debate
54-55: Band Sweetheart 55-56: Best Actress
Junior Play: National Thespian: Class Reporter
52-54: Class Social Chairman 54-55: DAR
JAMES HAWES oy: 'v 2' t
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and James Hawes
study a chart on
U. S. government, A
MARTHA ANN HOFFMAN
PASF 52-56: FHA 53-56: Song Leader 54-55,
President 55-56: Chapter Degree: Soc'n'Buskin
52-56: Scribe 55-56: Eagle Staff, Business
Manager 55-56: Student Council, First Vice
President 54-55: Class Second Vice President:
National Thespian: Debate 54-55.
PASF 52-56, Treasurer 52-53, Secretary 52-54
FHA 53-56: Eagle staff 54-56: Student Council
52-53: Class Secretary 53-54: Class Treasurer
FHA 52-54: Baseball 52-53.
PASF 52-55. President 54-55: Soc'n'Buskin 54-
56: Publicity Chairman 55-56: Student Council
55-56, Parliamentarian: National Thespian.
PASF 52-53: FFA 55-56: Eagle Staff 55-56: Band
52-53: Basketball 53-56: Track 55-56,
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FFA 52-545 Student Council 54-56, Treasurer
55-565 Football 52-565 Basketball 52-535 Track
52-565 Tennis 52-535 Baseball 52-56.
FHA 52-545 Soc'n'Buskin 52-535 Eagle staff 54-
555 Student Council 55-565 First Vice President
Cheerleader 55-565 Basketball 54-555 Volleyball
54-555 Class Social Chairman 53-54,
PASF 52-535 FHA 53-555 Aerie Staff 54-55.
FFA 52-53, 55-565 Football 52-56,
FHA 52-54, 55-565 Chorus 52-54.
FFA 52-555 Football 52-565 Basketball 52-565
Track 52-535 Baseball 52-55,
PASF 52-535 Soc'n'Buskin 52-535 Eagle Staff 54-
555 Band 52-56, Reporter 55-565 Student Con-
ductor 53-565 Regional Vocal Contest,
PASF 52-565 FHA 53-56, Parliamentarian 54-56
Vice President 55-565 Chapter Degree Eagle
Staff 54-56, Associate Editor 54-55, Editor 55-
565 Student Council 55-565 Class Vice President
53-545 Class Treasurer 55-565 District Poetry
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FFA 52-56, Football 52-565 Track 54-56,
PASF 52-533 Soc'n'Buskin 52-545 Band 52-56,
PASF 52-56, Vice President 53-555 Soc'n'
Buskin 53-56, President 55-56, Student Council
55-56, Band 52-56, President 54-55g Regional
Band, Best Actor, Senior Play 54-55, National
PASF 52-539 Soc'n'Buskin 52-533 Band 52-53,
Vice President 54-55, President 55-565 Class
Vice President 52 -53: Golf 53-56.
FFA 53-54, 55-56g Band 54-55g Sophomore
Transfer from Jarrell.
K, W. MICKAN
FFA 52-54g Soc'n'Buskin 55-56, Band 52-56.
PASF 52-535 Football, Baseball, Basketball
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FFA 52-56. ..
FFA 52-53, 55-56: Eagle Staff 54-56: Sports
Vice President 55-56,
FHA 52-53, 55-56: Soc'n' Buskin 52-53: Base-
FHA 52-54: Volleyball 54-56.
FHA 52-54: Soc'n' Buskin 53-54: Softball 52-53,
FFA 52-56, Treasurer 53-54, President 54-55:
Lone Star Farmer, District President, Area V11
Vice President: Soc'n'Buskin 53-56: Best Actor,
Sophomore Play: Football 52-53, 54-56: Basket-
ball 52-53: Track 52-53, 54-56: Tennis 52-53:
Class Treasurer 54-55: Class President 55-56
FHA Beau 54-55
FFA 55 56, Eagle Staff 54 55,
FHA 53-55: Soc'n'
Buskin 55-56: Basket-
ball 52-55: Volleyball
52-55: Softball 52 -55.
THE LAW OF SINES is
written by trigonome-
try student, Wilford
Bane, while Ernest
Kimbro operates his
Editor: Student Council 52-54, 55-56: Class 5' H.
Club 52 -535 FFA
DENTS, R,W. Raney
f Jean Peters, and
. Jimmy Rice, make a
Z final check on the
accuracy of their
FFA 52-53g Soc'n'Buskin 53-56, Vice President
55-565 National Thespian, Student Council,
Parliamentarian 54-55, Second Vice President
55-565 Football 52-56g Tennis 53-56g Class
R, W, RANEY
FFA 533 Golf 53-55,
HA RO LD ROBINSON
FFA 52-56g Football 54-555 Basketball 52-543
Junior Transfer from Blanket,
FHA 52-545 Soc'n'Buskin 52-53g Basketball 52-
565 Class Social Chairman 55-56
FHA 52 -565 Tumbling
Gayle Ann Smrth
Work done in Gonzales
at Warm Springs,
FHA 52 - 56.
FHA 45-47 53-56:
Class Secretary 55-56g
Betty Crocker Award
FHA sa-56, ,
FFA 53-56, Treasurer 54-55g Football 53-54,
Football 53-56g Basketball 52-563 Track 52-565
Baseball 52-56: Golf 52-56,
PASF 52-56- FHA 54-56- Soc'n'Buskin 54-56-
Baud 52 56, MaJorette 54 56, Chorus 52 53.
FHA 52-56g FHA Ideal Future Homemaker State
Degree Secretary 54-555 Degree Chairman 55-
56g Soc'n'Buskin 52-56: Eagle Staff Business
Manager 54-55g Class Reporter 54-555 American
Legion Award 54-55: National Thespian.
PASF 52 54
THE SENIOR CLASS and its sponsors were honored at a luncheon
given by the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist and the
mothers of seniors belonging to the Baptist Church. Each year the
church gives this luncheon on the theme of Christian Education. Princi-
pal Everette Williams gave the invocation and Rev. Bob Mitchell gave
a brief talk on The Place of Christian Education in a Young Person's
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A TEA, HONORING five of our high school U a i
seniors and an Austin High senior was given by
Mrs. John Gillett. Y.
A UNION CA RBIDE SCHOLARSHIP was awarded
to Martin McClain, one of the 800 finalists in F
the National Merit Scholarship Test. Donald
Barrington received a Naval ROTC Scholarship,
having competed with students from all over the
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Mrs. Shirley Dedear and Donna
Hausenfluck presented the special
music at the luncheon.
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SPRING SOCIALS were plentiful for the Senior Class. The
calendar included: a dance at the Country Club, given by
Gilbert Bredthauorsg a barbecue given by the James Lackeysg
a ranch party at the Hawes's ranch, and a boat party on the
Commodore Paddle Boat at Green Shores on Lake Austin.
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' Bohanon sample the barbe-
Don Parker and Johnny
f cue prepared by Ernest
Teachers also enjoy the
Ranch party. Mrs. Springer
and Miss Wilcox wait their
turn to be served.
SENIORS EAT AN EARLY BREAKFAST at Green
Shores Lodge at the boat party. They also enjoyed a
chicken barbecue supper, then later, dancing and
Wilson at the Ranch Party.
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Thirty-one members of the class of '56 started to
school together in 1944 and were taught by Miss Annie
and Miss Hefner.
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Valedictorian - JOHN PETTIJOHN Salutatorian - JANICE WHITELY
Seniors that took part in the Class Day activities
The top ten Seniors determined by grade averages for the four high schools were: John Pettijohn,
Janice Whitely, Donald Barrington, Martin McClain, Angela Engelbrecht, Wilford Bane, Jeanie Peters,
30 Harriet Berglund, Kay Hubbard, and Donna Hausenfluck.
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THE IUNIOR SPONSORS, Mt, N6lS0l'1, MIS,
for the decorations of the
Stump, Mr. Keith and Miss
with crepe paper
5' THE JUNIOR OFFICERS:
Norman Bouffard, Presi-
dent: Peggy Blackmore
Vice Presidentg June Bur
hartg and Freddie Sanders
Treasurer, discuss the
projects of the year as
they enjoy the garden of
Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Reed
VAL .TEAN BETHKE
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SANDRA BURSON MEMBERS OF A JUNIOR ENGLISH
CLASS, Jimmy Chambers, Johnny
Engvall, Beverely Faught and Patsy
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THE TYPEWRITER KEYBOARD is studied in Typmg
by Joyce I-Iomeyer, Katherine Jacob, Richard Glenn
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Montgomery, Earl McKeithan, and MJ. Kimbro
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IN PLANE GEOMETRY Ronald Woodfin, Betty Zoch,
and Bill Springer admire curve stitching of the
previous class in preparation for the making of their
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BOBBIE IO WHITELEY
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Rita McCas1and, Vice Presidentg Mary Ann Jones,
Secretary are admiring the flowers in The Dor
The SOPHOMORE SPONSORS
Miss Loventhal, Miss Burleson
Mrs. Medley, and Coach Dan
nelley, are here discussing
plans for the parties of the
SPELLING WORDS IN THE ENGLISH
11 class are being reviewed by Betty
Logan and Kathleen Wiggins.
WELDING TECHNIQUES are dem-
onstrated in the second year agri-
culture class by Johnny Tombs,
James Kimbro, Ralph Granzin, and
Lyndon Rosenblad, Sarah Wheeler
and Rosalie Smith compose a
Spanish conversation during their
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THE SPONSORS OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS,
Mrs. Sommermeyer, Mr. Birklebach, Mrs.
Hindelang, check the data of the files of the
students' past work,
WITH SOME PICTURES DICKIE
STANLEY, PRESIDENT, draws the
attention of the other Freshman class
officers who are: Vice President,
Tommy Kimbrog Secretary, Sandra
Elliotg Treasurer, Beverly Forehand,
in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
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Chorus, enjoyed by eighth grade studentsg
Kathy Freydenfeldt, Tommy Petrosky, Joe
Escobedo, Wanda Hickerson, Ruth Johnson,
and Dolores Homayer, is directed by Mrs.
IN GENERAL SCIENCE, Tommy Leggett
measures sodium chloride while Wayne
Walden and C.D. Fox look on,
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EIGHTH GRADE OFFICERS
Karen Cole, Presidentg David Carl-
son, Vice President: Ann McKinney,
Secretaryg Ioan Hausenfluke, Treas-
urerg Kay Covey, Reporter, are
reading fortunes in the Buchholz'
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Jo Ann Hausenfluke
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THE GEORGETOWN MARKER
is being read by Joe Williams to Murphy
Wilcox, Judy Reid, Lyndon Stearns, and
Billy Taylor. On this site May, 1845,
Georgetown was located and made coun-
ty seat of Williamson County. It was
.sl , named for Geo. W. Glasscock donor of
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SEVENTH GRADE CLASS
OFFICERS: President, David
Parsley and Vice President,
Mike Jones swing the girls,
Secretary, Patsy Scott, and
Reporter, Camille Hays, This
picture was taken at the home
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Jo Ann George
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Joe Alton Menley
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THE JUNIOR CHEER-
LEADERS, Janie Edwards,
Kay Covey, Karen Cole,
Meredith McClain, Roy-
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their teacher Mrs. Armstrong,
HOME WORK is done during class
time by Morice Sutton, Bonny
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SUMMARY OF PRE -DISTRICT GAMES
GEORGETOWN EAGLES' SUCCESS in pre-district
games is evident by the scores. Out of five games
played, they lost only to Elgin. Burnet, Round Rock,
McGregor, and Granger were defeated respectively.
The Eagles scored a total of 138 points in pre-dis-
trict games, while their opponents only scored 39.
The team has shown unified action in their play-
ing. In the backfield Wilford Bane and Jerry Bane,
Milton Denham, and Ernest Kimbro have led the
scoring. Their success was due to the blocking and
tackling done by the linemen.
JIMMY CHAMBERS and WAYNE WALDEN
Seated, left to right: Johnny Engvall Neil
Harris, Milton Denham, Jerry Bane Johnny
Tombs, and Howard Landry. Kneeling John
Rockdale - 7 Georgetown - 32
Scores of the game were made by: Jerry Bane, Wil
ford Bane, and Ernest Kimbro.
Belton - 14 Georgetown - 19
This game was the best game of the year with all
players doing outstanding work.
Bell for District
Pettyjohn, Ernest Kimbro, Wilford Bane, Clifford Lundquist, Bill Snowden, Billy Tombs, and Tyree
Finch. Standing: Earl McKeithan, Iohn Montgomery, Don Williams, Harlan Leschber, Larry Hausen-
fluck, and Don Parker. Not shown: Donald Gibbs, Donald Barrington, MJ. Kimbro, and Bobby Pope,
Cameron - 0 Georgetown - 0 T3Y10l ' 27 Ge0l'geIOWn - 26
Won by Georgetown on penetrations. A live and out- A thrilling game pl8Yed 011 3 muddy field after 2
standing game by which Snowden and Tombs won 'miracle rain' ill TBYIOI where the game Wa!
"Linemen of the Week" in Central Texas. P13Yed.
Rosebud - 6 Georgetown - 13 Lockhart - 13 Georgetown - 6
A terrific game in which Johnny Engvall scored on An exciting game in which Lockhart and George-
a wonderful pass, town battled it out for Regional Title.
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GEORGETOWN EAGLES once again carry the
ball as Johnny Engvall blocks for Wilford Bane,
while Earnest Kimbro looks on,
ACTION IS UNDERWAY as
Jerry Bane carries the ball
down field with the assistance
of the blocking of Don Parker,
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CHOSEN FOR ALL-DISTRICT TEAM:
Ernest Kimbro, Wilford Bane, Milton Denham,
and Billy Tombs,
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TEAM MENTIONED BY CENTRAL TEXAS PAPERS consisted of: Bubba
Kimbro, Wilford Bane, Larry Hausenfluke, Howard Landry, Bill
Snowden, Jerry Bane, Billy Tombs, Earl McKeithan, Johnny Tombs,
and Milton Denham.
COACH BIRKLEBACH AND COACH ROSEN-
BLAD are shown here going over some plays
for the Eagle football team.
TRI-CAPTAINS Ernest Kimbro, Wilford Bane,
and Billy Tombs were chosen by the team
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PICKED BY TEAM AS VALUABLE PLAYERS
were: John Pettijohn, Donald Gibbs, Johnny
Engvall, Donald Barrington, Tyree Finch,
Harlan Leschber, John Montgomery, Don
Parker, and M. I. Kimbro.
JUNIOR HIGH TEAM shown
with Coach Danelly are:
Pete Reynaga, Lyndon
Stearns, Joe Williams, Ray-
mond Peters, Bobby Glass,
Stanford Armstrong, Joe
Escobedo, Manager, Jackie
Headrick, Charles Williams,
David Carlson, Pete Bouf-
fard, Billy Taylor, David
Adams, Merlin Taylor,
Pete Aleman, Marvin
Patterson, Paul Hindelang,
Sam Morris, John Roberts,
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LINEMEN OF THE "B" TEAM,
Travis Lester, Charles Miller, Del-
bert Chance, Alex Patterson, James
Kimbro, and Kenneth Jenldn, are
shown here racing down the field,
SEVENTH GRADE FOCTTBALL TEAM
Alton Peters, Tommy Williams,
Mike Weir, Larry Smith, Gordon
Peterson, Arcadio Navarette, David
Parsley, and John Miller, Maurice
Sutton, Jimmy Petrosky, Jerry Perry,
Douglas Murdock, Richard Munson,
if I-wr, Jimmy Blackmore, Lupe Muniz,
Fred Lester, Maurice Adams, James
Montgomery, Fred Homeyer, Randy
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ton, Dicky Stanley, Lyndon Rosenblad, and Tommy
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showing in coaching the
"B" team this year.
VICTORIES OF THE "B" TEAM were won by the
players shown in the lower pictures in their respec-
tive positions. Top, left to right are: Jimmy Guess,
LE. Stubbs, Billy Caskey, Alex Patterson. Middle:
Johnny Lindell, Clayton Hunt, Fred Dodson, Jimmy
Jordon, and Buddy Threadgill. Lower: Rodney Pren-
zler, Daniel Vasquez, Wendell Keeling, Sam
Mason, and Guy Gary.
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CHEERLEADERS: Barbara Knauth, Rosemary Peterson,
Deanna Doerfler, Janice Glass, Angela Engelbrecht,
and Margaret Ann Threadgill led school spirit during
athletic seasons. They also did much for the organ-
ization of the Pep Squad.
FOR THE GAME a picture of the mascot of the op-
posing team was drawn by Betty Schmidt. Betty 's
pictures contributed much to the school spirit and
after each game the score was put on the picture as
a record of the game.
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Ernest Kimbro, Wilford Bane,
Hubert Jones, Jimmy Glover,
and Milton Denham are passing
the ball. Bill Snowden is not
EAGLE SUBSTITUTES Terry Cox, Larry Hausenflucke,
lack Shinkle, Don Williams, Clayton Hunt, Jerry
Bane, Ronald Woodfin, Neal Harris, Johnny Tombs,
Jerry Thompson, Johmiy Engvall, and Fred Dodson
listen to basketball pointers from Coach Stelzer.
THE FRESHMAN TEAM Gerald Hill, Johnny Lindell,
C D Fox Charles Miller Jimmy Barrin on
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Tommy Kimbro, and Victor Knauth watch the basket
as Dickie Stanley shoots.
THE BALL goes up and so does Bill
Snowden on a jump ball in the
game with Killeen. Others in the
picture are Wilford Band and Ernest
Kimbro, of the Georgetown team.
FIRST PLACE TROPHY IN GEORGETOWN
TOURNAMENT is being presented to Bill
Snowden, Hubert Jones, Wilford Bane,
Milton Denham and Bubba Kimbro by Mr.
Hindelang. The Eagle basketball team re-
ceived two trophies during the tourney.
BILL SNOWDEN goes up in the air for a re
bound during the Killeen game as Wilford
Bane rushes in for assistance.
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presented to the Georgetown basketball team by Mr. Hinde-
lang. The Eagles have received the trophy for two years.
COACH DANNELLEY coaches the younger boys in
basketball and football in addition to his teaching
commercial courses in school. He is also a sponsor
of the sophomore class.
UP IN THE AIR is D
on Williams as he shoots for the
basket. Larry Hausenfluke is ready to help if neces
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THE YOUNGER BASKETBALL boys
Jackie Headrick, Stanford Armstrong,
A Charlie Williams, David Adams, Bobby
Glass, Pete Reynaga, Joe Robert Will-
iams, John Doerfler, Pete Aleman, Don
Todd, David Woodfin, and Marvin
Patterson en' '
Joy watching the older ones
Girls ' Basketball
THE STARTING SIX,
Lois Holcomb, Gloria
Schmidt, Joyce Per-
son, Ann Love, Sandra
Clifton stack hands
for good luck,
TIONS as the
starting six and
more look on,
Logan, June Den-
1 ham, Martha
as the game
Above left, FIRST PLACE TROPHY: Gloria Schmidt
and Sandra Burson show the second place trophy that
was won by the team at the Liberty Hill Tourney.
Gloria and Sandra made the all-tournament team.
Above right, THE CO-CAPTAINS: Sandra Burson.
and Joyce Person, flip a coin. Below: THE MANAG-
ERS, Betty Schmidt and Joyce Box, and Miss Clifton
look over the season's record in the score book.
Above, CAMMY BLACKMORE adds two
points although she is guarded closely.
Right, THE SUBSTITUTES watch the game from the bench
Some are happy - some are not
Bottom, BETWEEN INNINGS Coach Stelzer discusses
the game with the boys.
Players: Larry Hausenlluke - Catcher
Billy Tombs and Earl McKeithan Pitcher
Emest Kimbro - First Base
Dicky Stanley - Second Base
Johnny Engvall - Third Base
Milton Denham - Short Stop
Billy Caskey - Left Field
Neal Harris - Center Field
Don Williams and Kermit
Schneider - Right Field
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OVER THE PLATE, but too low
comes the ball as Ernest Kimbro
lets it go by for "Ball 1, " called
by Coach Dannelley, the umpire.
BEFORE THE GAME, the boys have a brief discussion
of the opposing team.
ANOTHER PITCH makes Don Williams swing, hitting
the ball and preparing to nm to first.
UIL. Spring Meet,
Athletic and Literary
One-Act Play, and Col
THE ONE-ACT PLAY won district
and went on to win second in re-
gional. In district Martin McClain,
Pa Kirby, was named best actor:
Linda Luksa, Ma Kirby, and Roy
Lee Adams were on the all-star
cast. Linda and Martin were on
the all-star cast at regional, and
Gretchen Rath, Beulah, got honora-
ble mention. The other members
of the cast are Mary McCoy, Caro-
line, and Wayne Johnson, Stage
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Roy Lee Adams and Jimmy
Guess, played at district
GIRLS' SENIOR SINGLES
Margaret Threadgill, rep-
resented G.H.S. in district
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jgmeg Elkins, rep,-ewmed Janice Glass, competed in district play.
Georgetown High at Cameron.
Boys, and Girls,
Volleyball and Sojiball
SOFTBALL IS UNDERWAY as Johnny
Tombs bats to Jimmy Chambers while
Jon Emil Kasprick, Harlan Leschber,
and Bobby Pope wait to bat.
THE BOYS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM is
in practice, while Billy Ray Snowden
awaits a spike. The other boys on the
team are Don Parker, John Montgomery,
Leonard Buchhom, Jerry Don King, and
Ann Love pitches to Joyce Person, who
hit the ball. Cammy Blackmore waits
to catch the ball as Betty Bird, Lois
Holcomb, Sandra Burson, and Faye
Joyce Person sets up the ball to Gloria
Schmidt, while Ann Love, Clara Noack,
Barbara Knauth, and Francis Bethke
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Senior Girls'Poetry Reading was entered
by Betty Bird, who took second place in
Cameron. Rebecca Russell is reading her
poem to Betty. They entered in the con-
test which Betty won.
The Senior Boys' Declamation in Cameron was entered by Bill
Springer, who took a second place in the contest. He is pictured
with Howard Bleeke and Jerry Bane, who were in a contest to
determine who would go to Cameron.
Senior Girls'Declamation was entered
by Sarah Wheeler, who tied for third
place with a girl from Belton in the
district meet in Cameron. Sarah and
Kay Hubbard entered spelling and won
third as a team.
In Declamation Ieny Bane entered
a contest sponsored by the Optimist
WINNING FOURTH PLACE in the
District Track Meet was Sammy
Mason running in the mile. Terry
Cox also entered in the mile.
Donald Barrington and Johnny Eng-
vall were Georgetown's entry in
the 880 yard dash and Tyree Finch
entered in the 440 yard dash.
IN DISTRICT COMPETITION, Billy Ray
Snowden tied for fourth in the high jump.
THE EAGLE'S MILE RELAY team
was made up of Neal Harris, Jerry
Bane, Ernest Kimbro, and Wilford
Bane. Milton Denham and the
boys mentioned above, with the
exception of Wilford Bane, entered
in the sprint relay. Wilford won
first in the 440 yard dash and Jerry
won third in the same event. In
the pole vault event Emest took
the first place honors.
THE JUNIOR SPRINT RELAY team was comp
of Jimmy Barrington, Tommy Kimbro, Dickie Stan-
ley, C.D. Fox, and Joe Bohanan. Not shown in the
picture, but also entered in this event was Johnny
Lindell. In individual events, Tommy won first in
the pole vault, junior class, and second in the 100
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Dickie Stanley tied for fourth in
OTHER ENTRIES IN THE 880 yard dash were
Bobby Ray Pope and James Kimbro. Don Williams
was manager for the Eagle Track Team in the
Ur AND Discus,
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Hausenfluck was the Eagle Track
Student Council Elections
SPRING ELECTIONS for 1956 -57 Student Council Offices were held on
Friday, May 4, in the high school auditorium. Each of the candidates
except those seeking the presidency, were limited to three minutes to
give their qualifications. After the candidates for the office of president
spoke, voting was held in the separate classes with members of the coun-
cil in charge. From left to right they are: Lyndon Rosenblad, newly elected
treasurer: Rosemary Peterson, second vice president: Betty Bird, candidate
for third vice president: Dearma Doerfler, newly elected secretary: Jane
Reed, candidate for third vice president: Gretchen Rath, candidate for
parliamentarian, and Janice Glass, newly elected parliamentarian.
Elected as third vice president was Larry Hausenfluck. Cheerleaders
for '56-'57 are: Rosemary Peterson, Janice Glass, Cammy Blackmore,
Margaret Threadgill, Deanna Doerfler, and Joyce Box.
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A STUDENT COUNCIL commit-
tee, Ernest Kimbro, Bill Springer,
Mr. Keith, Sandra Elliott, and
Rosemary Peterson get ready to
leave for the State Convention.
'rnnss JUNIOR Bors were candidates for me
presidency of the 1956-1957 Student Coxmcil. Those Q S 5
seeking to be elected were Tyree Finch, Norman A
Bouffard, and Ronald Woodfin.
Tyree Finch, who is pictured at the right, was , y ffl A ,-
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candidates competed, Ruth Miller
and Peggy Blackmore. Peggy,
T S a pictured at left, won the election.
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for president in the Student Council elections.
A CODE OF ETHICS, a set of
principles to be accepted by the
student body, was set up by the
Student Council. Linda Luksa and
Rosemary Peterson wrote the code,
STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTA -
TIVES attending Dismc. Conven-
tion at San Marcos with Mr. Mur-
dock are David Parsley, David
Woodfin, Janet lschy, and Ann
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STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS are busy
checking their materials. Left to right
John Pettijohn, Second Vice Presidentg
Barbara Knauth, First Vice President,
Butch Johnson, Parliamentariang Wil-
ford Bane, Presidentg Janice Whitely,
Secretary, and Ernest Kimbro, Treas-
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ATTENDING A CITIZENSHIP CONFERENCE
are Butch Johnson, Rosemary Peterson, Linda Luksa,
and Barbara Knauth. The student councils were "4
guests of the P. T.A. in Blanco,
are: Bill Springer, Third Vice President,
THE CHAPTER OFFICERS,
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Adams, Publicity Chairman:
Rosalie Smith, Secretary: Sarah
Io Wheeler, Vice President:
Edward Gauntt, President:
Brian Engelbrecht, Sergeant-
at-Arms: and Sandra Munson,
Treasurer, study the colorful
history of the P.A.S.F. through
the chapter scrapbook.
UNIT II OFFICERS
Sammy Wilcox, President: Janice Glass,
Treasurer: Lanell Carlson, Reporter: Judy
Chrietzberg, Vice President: Zara Reid,
Secretary: the officers of Unit II, study the
map of South America during a Unit meeting.
UNIT I OFFICERS
Joan Rosenblad, Secretary: Wayne Elkins,
Reporter: Billye Adams, Reporter: Pat Lackey,
Scribe: Kay Fredericson, Treasurer: Shirley
Bradley, Vice President: and Cammy Black-
more, President of the P.A.S.F. correct the
minutes of their Unit I meeting.
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presented an assembly
program using the Taylor
Publishing Co. signs for
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staff consists of Ed Gauntt,
Kathy Jacobs, Donna Kay 1
Berglund, Betty Schmidt,
Joyce Person, Ruth Miller
and Sammy Wilcox.
SUBSCRIPTION SELLING gets under way as Harriet ,gf
Berglund gives La Vera Mickan her receipt. if J
THE SUMMER worucsuop in san Marcos was attended by Kathy Jacobs, Business Manager: J H ,f W J,
Donna Hausenfluke, Editor: Miss Loventhal, cnpv 5 A "
Sponsorg and two other members, Sadie 1 ytuh - ,Q
Lackey and Angela Engelbrecht. xt
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OFFICERS MAKING BANQUET PLANS are,
Katherine Jacob, Reporter, Val Jean Bethke,
Song Leader, Imadell Burks, Historian,
Rebecca Russell, Secretary, Martha Hoff-
man, President, Janice Whitely, Degrees
Chairman, Kristine Johnson, Treasurer, Gay
Bounds, Pianist, Linda Luksa, Vice Presi-
dent, and Martha Durrenburger, Parliamen-
ON UNITED NATIONS DAY, SOUTHWESTERN UNI-
VERSITY STUDENTS, Fracklin Sun, Hong Kong,
Mina Gomez, Monterrey, Ruth Overa, Philippines,
Louis Zalas, Bolivia, and Hi Hyun Chai, Korea spoke
about their countries.
F, H,A, WEEK is enjoyed by the members of the club, The
schedule of the week was: Sunday, Go to Church Day, Mon-
day, No Gripe Day, Tuesday, Initiation Day, Wednesday,
Family Together Day, Thursday, Community Emphasis Day,
Friday, School Emphasis, Saturday, District Meeting,
Helen Mercer, June Denham and Janet Ischy were the winners
of the Initiation Contest,
The members enjoyed a lunch in the park on Tuesday, Caro-
lyn Miller, Janet Ischy, Ruth Ann Vogler and Rita Lefner are
discussing their costumes before going to lunch.
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Caskey looks at the pretty girl in
the window, Gussie Valentine,
while Ruth Miller, Ierry Don King,
Joyce Box, and Billy Ray Snowden
walk down the street,
MISS TERRY replaced Mrs. Som-
meyer, who moved at mid-term,
Miss Terry had just graduated from
Texas State College for Women.
Besides three homemaking classes
she has a general science class.
E TWO HOMEMAKERS realize they are late
for their appointment. They are Betty Zoch
and Val Jean Bethke while Martha Miller
poses in the window,
F,H,A, BEAU, Earl McKeithan, is announced and presented
a gift by Martha Hoffman.
F. H.A. 'S LITTLE SISTER, Barbara Dreager clutches her
balloon at the banquet.
FHA. and FFA. Banquet
The annual F, F.A, and F,H,A, banquet was held November
14th with "Autumn Days" as the theme,
F,H,A, 'S MOM AND POP, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Denham
admire their gift,
THE IDEAL HOMEMAKER, Rebecca Russell, is extended
congratulations by Martha Hoffman, F. H.A. 's president
ROSEMARY PETERSON, seated by F. F.A.
President John Montgomery, was presented
as F. F.A. Sweetheart at the 1955-56 F. F.A.
F. H. A. Banquet.
AG. SHOP BUILDING at the
right is pictured the Ag Hall.
This is the first year that boys it 1 1.
taking agriculture have had the is 1 gg
use of a shop. ' ' '-
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FFA OFFICERS practice using the solder-
ing iron in the new Ag Building. They
are: Howard Landry, Treasurer: John
Montgomery, President: Earl McKeit-
han, Vice President, Leonard Buchhorn,
Secretary, Kermit Schneider, Reporter,
Larry Legget, Parliamentarian, and
Don Parker and
Johnny Bohanon curry
their calf and get
it ready for show.
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THE PEP SQUAD, called Blue Wings was organized for the first time in years with many girls
participating. They appeared as a group at the football games and pep rallies. The Pep Squad
and their friends made signs to put up in the halls in the school building and in the gym,
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CHEERLEADERS ,, Barbara Knauth, Rose-
mary Peterson, Deanna Doerfler, Janice
Glass, Angela Engelbrecht, and Margaret
Threadgill led the school spirit throughout
PEP SQUAD OFFICERS: Sandra
Elliott, President: Ruth Miller,
Vice President, and Joyce Homeyer
Secretary, worked hard putting up
signs to help school spirit.
PA. .F . Convention
The P.A.S.F. chorus gathers around
the piano and practices the songs that
they were to enter in the choral contest
at the convention. They won second
with the songs, "Flowing River' and
Sammy Wilcox, Karen Smith,
Jerry Bane, Pat Gamble, Jack
Shinkle, and Mary McCoy entered
the modern dance contest with the
rhumba. They took second place
in this event.
Joan Rosenblad practices her solo
"Haberera" which she entered in the
piano solo contest and won fourth place
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Janice Glass, accompanied by Rita
McCasland, tied for third in the Vocal
Solo Contest with "Blue Echoes" and
Girls of Unit I who made posters for
contest pose, while the boys who made
photographs for entries in the Snap Con
test take their pictures. Sandra Elliot
entered her poster in the contest, while
Ronald Woodfin entered his picture.
John Pettijohn, Donna Hausenfluck, Angela Engelbrecht, and Har-
riet Berglund admire the scrapbook which they entered in the contest
La Nell Carlson, Zara Reid, Kay
Hubbard, and Johnny Berglund read
the best essay from the club, "The
Influence of Spain in the South-
west, " written by Johnny. Kay was
a contestant in the Information
Soc 'ng Buskin
The officers of Soc'n' Buskin admire the plaque presented
to the school as first prize in the One-Act Play meet last
year in.the interscholastic League Contest. The officers
for 1955-56 are: Sandra Munson, Historian: Donna Hausen-
fluck, Secretary: John Pettijohn, Vice Presidents Martha
Hoffman, Scribe: Janice Glass, Treasurerg Butch Johnson,
Publicity Chairmang and Martin McClain, President.
INITIATE NEW MEMBERS
Twelve new members were initiated
into National Thespian on May 1"I at a
banquet at L 8: M cafe. The initiation
took place after a meal served to the
old members, the new ones, and the
sponsor, Mrs. Springer.
Members of Soc'n' Buskin that were
initiated are: Janice Glass, Gretchen
Rath, Wilford Bane, Johnny Berglund,
Mary McCoy, Ronald Woodfin, Norman
Bouffard, Sandra Munson, Clarence
Lewis, Don Parker, June Burkhart, and
Following this, was a meeting of Soc'n'
Buskin at which a student directed play
was presented and refreshments were
served afterward honoring the new initiates
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stage crew, Clifford Lundquist and K. W,
Mickan, set up the scenery for "Judge
THE ONE-ACT PLAYS, presented by
Soc'n' Buskin and sponsored by the Junior
Class, were given on December 16, 1955,
for the purpose of raising funds for the
IN "JUDGE LYNCH", Ed Joplin, played
by Norman Bouffard, tells his wife and
mother, Angela Engelbrecht and Martha
Hoffman, about the gruesome lynching he
has just witnessed, Wayne Elkins, the
stranger, listens intently to this story.
IN "TWO CROOKS AND A LADY", Mrs
Sims-Vane, a paralytic, played by Janice
Glass, is assisted by her companion, Miss
Jones, portrayed by Harriet Berglund, June
Burkhart, in the role of Lucille, who tries
to steal Mrs, Sims-Vane 's diamond neck-
lace. Other characters in the play were
Ronald Woodfin, Dru Kattner, and Edward
MA AND PA KIRBY, Linda Luksa and Martin McClain, with
their children, Caroline and Arthur, played by Mary McCoy
and Roy Lee Adams, begin "The Happy Journey" to Camden
to visit the married daughter, Gretchen Rath, Butch Johnson
acts as stage manager, Of these three plays, this was chosen
best by the critics.
THE ALL-STAR CAST from the One-
Act Play Night are,writing their names
on the auditorium wall. They are
Norman Bouffard, Linda Luksa, Martin
McClain, Mary McCoy, Janice Glass,
and Roy Lee Adams. Linda and Martin
were best actress and actor.
THE SPEECH AND DRAMA class presented five plays for their final grade in drama. Two of the
plays were directed by students in the class and acted by the younger members of Soc 'n' Buskin. These
plays were cuttings from 'The Curtain" and "No Count Boy." The other three plays were directed by
Mrs. Springer and acted by members of the class. These three plays were cuttings from "The Valiant,"
"Lady of Dreams," and "I Remember Mama." This is a scene from "I Remember Mama." The scene
takes place in the kitchen of their home. Mama, Dorma Housenfluck, and Papa, Clifford Lundquist,
are at either end of the table. The children are Dagmar, Barbara Knauth, Katrin, Angela Engelbrecht,
Christine, Gloria Schmidt, and Nels, Billy Miller, who is hidden behind Dagmar. Dagmar holds the
cat, Uncle Elizabeth, who takes an important part in the play. The plays were presented in Speech
and Drama class, and anyone who wanted to come was invited. All the plays were given in sets made
by the members of the casts, and all the characters were in make-up and costume.
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MAIORETTES AND DRUM MAJOR:
Margie Cagle, Freddie Sanders, Peggy Blackmore, and Gussie Valentine.
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Hausenfluke, is shown with David
McLaughlin, Margie Cagle and
Gayle Ann Smith after the present
ing of the sweetheart bouquet,
Gayle Ann was sweetheart of last
year's band and David is the presi
dent of the band of '55-'56.
MEMBERS OF THE BAND work hard the
entire year. During football season they
have to perfect both the music and
formation for the weekly half-time
shows, In the spring the band as a
whole prepare for the annual contest
held in Waco. Individual members
of the band participate in solo and
ensemble numbers also.
BAND MEMBERS, Enid Anderson, Gretchen Rath,
Freddie Sanders, David McLaughlin, Martha Cloud,
John Cloud, Mary Ann Jones, Kay Covey, Rosalie
Smith, Zara Reid, Helen Mercer, Barbara Hancock,
gl Peggy Blackmore, Don Todd, Pat Gamble, Wayne
- ' Elkins, Janet Steelman, Alice Valentine, Catherine
LE Anderson, Io Ann Hausenfluck, Melvin McLaughlin,
and Margie Cagle, realize that practice is neces-
sary for perfection,
SHOWN DURING PRACTICE are Carol
Henderson, Joan Rosenblad, Virginia Whit-
field, Pat Lackey, Karen Smith, Jerry
Tompson, K. W. Mickan, Martha Lou
Durrenburger, Walter Martin, Murphy Wil-
cox, and Imadell Burks.
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was outstanding. The Austin American Daily Paper described "' W . . X 1-
the show as follows ------ " The blue and white musical p 4, Nix Q
aggregation put on one of the best half-time shows witnessed X RW
in central Texas in sometime, They presented a series of , J
melodies aided by four small spot lights on the field to rec- , it '
ognize each section of the band, The field lights were cut . N
off during the colorful performance. ' A
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BAND MEMBERS, Seli
mery, Sarah Io Buchanan, Larry
Eads, Allan Sanders, Roy Lee
Adams, Norman Bouffard, Fred
Dodson, Martin McClain, R.I.
Mott, Edward Gauntt, Augusta
Valentine, and Orlan Ihms are
shown playing their horns,
BAND MEMBERS shown here are Meredith McC
lie Anderson, Billie Adams, Shirley Bradley,
my Wilcox, David
ne Burkhart, Sam
Pat Faught, Ju
Carlson, John Berglund, Butch Johnson,
' ' s, John Hancock, and Brian Engel-
TES, Augusta Valentine, Peggy Blackmore
anders, and Drum Major Margie Cagle
The Coronation of the 1955-56 Band Sweetheart
Donna Hausenfluck, Band Sweetheart for 1955- 56, was presented at the half-time of the
Georgetown-Burnet football game on September 9, 1955, Donna, a Senior, was chosen by
popular vote from several other candidates from the top four grades. As Band Sweetheart,
Donna marched with the band at the half-time shows during the entire football season and
accompanied them on trips,
THE HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS
directed by Mrs. Ruth Summers, " 5 g
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sings Christmas songs in assembly, 'S'
SINGING REVIVED IN GEORGETOWN HIGH SCHOOL. Formerly
Georgetown High School had a winning chorus and then for several
years Georgetown had no chorus. This year Mrs. Summers was hired
to teach Public School Music is the elementary grades, and direct
choral singing in the high school.
A QUARTET including Clarence Lewis, Janice Glass
I Donna Hausenfluke, and Jerry Bane sings "Silent
Night" for the Christmas program,
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MEDALS FOR SCHOLASTIC AWARDS
SCIENCE -Jerry Bane MATH - Meredith McClain
Martin Mcciam Ronald Wvodfin
l-IOMEMAKING - Rosalie Smith SPANISH - Kathy Freydenfelt
Mary Ann Jones
BUSINESS - Jean Peters AGRICULTURE - Earl Mckeithan
SPEECH - Margin McClain ENGLISH - Gordon Peterson
SOCIAL STUDIES - Kay Covey, Patricia Teinert, and Harriet Berglund
AWARDS GIVEN STUDENTS OF 1956
Early in the fall a faculty committee met and
decided ori a plan for presenting students with awards
for scholastic and extra-curricular work. Letter "G"
Awards were given to students that had done outstand-
ing work in extra-curricular activities, while medals
were awarded to students with the highest average in
one particular subject.
1956 was the first year for this award presentation,
and it is planned to be an annual practice.
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THE AERIE THE EAGLE
Donna Hausenfluck Linda Luksa Martha Hoffman
Angela Engelbrecht Rita McCasland
Katherine Jacob F.F.A.
F.H.A . Earl McKeithan Don Parker
SOC 'N' BUSKIN
AMERICAN LEGION CITIZENSHIP AWARD
Sarah Jo Wheeler
Election Campaign, Posters
ONE OF THE MAIN ATTRACTIONS of the Student
Council Spring Elections is the campaigning carried
on by each of the candidates. The halls of both the
first and second floors of the main building and the
gym are lined with posters containing tricky slogans
and gay colors. The signs vary in size, shape, and
fashion, each having its own original ideas.
This year the Aerie Staff picked five of the best
posters and the candidates who made them and have
pictured them in our yearbook.
The five posters selected, reading down the page
and left to right, were those made by Betty Schmidt,
Sandra Munson, and Ruth Miller, who were candidates
for cheerleader, June Burkhart, one of the three candi-
dates for treasurer, and Ronna Lee Ericson, also a
candidate for cheerleader.
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LACKEY'S SERVICE STATION, owned and managed by Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Lackey, has "Service is Our Business" as its motto.
The Sinclair Station is opened both day and night. The telephone
number is 2929, and it is located 602 Austin Avenue. In the above
picture, Sadie Lackey, Von Cile Dowda, Carolyn Chambers, and
Julia Lackey watch an attendant fill their car with gas.
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Georgetown - Round Rock
Everything to Wear
. Georgetown Round Rock
M-am Street 2013 TW 93765
B 8: B CORNER DRUG Your accommodating drug store.
Registered Pharmacist on duty at all times. Featuring drugs,
cosmetics, cameras, and fountain service.
Linda Andrews and Deanna Doerfler serve the customers
In THE WESTERN AUTO STORE, Ronald and David Woodfin ad-
mire a Truetone Radio held by their father, Mr. A. C. Woodfin,
owner of Western Auto.
For News About .
Georgetown High School Comphments of
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Printers - Publishers
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For FAIRWAY'S GROCERY, Don Williams, Lyndon Rosenblad, and
Douglas Davis are busy filling the shelves. The phone number of
FAIRWAY'S FOOD MARKET is 2811.
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TAYLOR'S TEXACO, Merlin Taylor fills the gas tank with Texaco
gas while Pete Bouffard and Johnny Doerfler take note.
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Linda Luksa and Betty Schmidt look like they are pleased enough
with this Buick Special to buy from Mr. Compton right away.
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FEED AND FARM SUPPLIES
U1 I A Georgetown, Texas
JANET AND LESTER II-IMS
Feed - Seeds
Vaccines - Veterinary Aids
ELMO REED, Owner
The Rexall Drug Store Baby and Started Chicks
A Registered Pharmacist E
on Duty at All Times
See Us for
714 Austin Ave.
W. H. DAVIS
East 7th and Main St. for all Occasions
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At MUTUAL LUMBER CO, Mike Jones and Mary Ann Jones are
pictured at their father's business with a friend, Rosalie Smith.
They are looking over some paint, one of the many items sold at
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L AND M CAFE
Mrs. Estell Faught, one of the efficient waitresses of L and M
Cafe, takes Bobby Ray Pope and Larry Hausenf1uck's order which
they have chosen from a variety of fine foods.
W. D. Keese, Jimmy Glover, and Robert Spears check the price
on one of the many varieties of can goods.
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W. G. LORD AND COMPANY
Donna Hausenfluck, Angela Engelbrecht, and Harriet Berglund
like the looks of this new Ford very much. Donna certainly enjoys
testing the steering of the car.
Quality Potato Chips for
Over 35 Years THE
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Flowers for A11
Across From the
608 12th Street
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At GREENWAY'S DRIVE IN, David Carlson and Betty Adams work 1
hard to accommodate their customers. Greenway's is located on
South Main and the telephone number is 2350.
GUSTAFSON'S SINC LAIR STATION - Washing and Lubrication.
June Burkhart gets her car serviced by Don Parker and manager
Nl ' L-E 3 PRINTING co.
B ' O Commercial - Social and Special
ARTISTIC CLEANING Printing
E,P, MILES, Owner P. O. Box 606 Phone 2323
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Ruth Miller and Katherine Jacobs Look Over a New Oldsmobile at
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Wholesale Auto Parts Sold c I B
409 West 6th Street
New Building on Austin Avenue
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GRAIN AND SEED COMPANY
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INSURANCE AGENCY Quality Feeds
Poultry and Dairy Stock
Livestock and Hogs
Phone 2909 Office
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Phone 2931 7th and Rock
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THE PALACE THEATRE
Jerry Thompson buys a ticket to the Palace Theatre from Martha
Miller, while Brian Engelbrecht fills a box of popcorn.
INSURANCE AND BONDS
207 West 7th
AT ALL KING CICDLT?
the Way You Like
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CENTEX BUTANE CO.
David Mc Laughlin and Calvin Buchhorn are shown the mechanisms
of the Centex gas truck.
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LUMBER 8: BUILDING SUPPLIES
P. O. Box 566
Phone Number 2972
212. West 7th Street
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H, E. MCKEITHAN AND SON GARAGE
June Denham learns something about the motor of a truck as she watches
Earl McKeithan service a truck at his father's garage . The mechanic s at
Mc Keithan's are well qualified in their trade and do excellent work.
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SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
P. O. Box 43
BEN FRANKLIN'S employees, Mrs. Stubbs and Mrs. Sybert show
Jean Peters and J. E. Stubbs some of their wide varieties of school
Cloud helps Martha
Cloud and Grethen
Rath select their
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GEORGETOWN LUMBER COMPANY - Paints, wallpaper, and all
lumber supplies. Mr. Fredricson and Mr. Engvall, managers of
the company, look through the wallpaper book with their children,
Kay and Johnny.
In BEN NEUMAN'S DRY GOODS STORE, Janice Whiteley and
Rowena Stone admire a summer dress.
MCAFERTY PLUMBING AND HEATING .
Floor and Wall Furnaces Fairbanks Morse Pumps
Mr. T. C. McAferty watches son, Fred, as he works with a vise
while his older son, Tom, and Edward Gauntt read sign on the
truck and discuss the business carried on by the firm.
Richmond Bath Fixtures Crane Water Heaters
209 West 7th Street Georgetown, Texas
DEPARTMENT STORE OIL PRODUCTS
Since 1911 Gulf Tires, Batteries, and
Smart Nationally Advertised
Fashions Georgetown, Texas
, CLAUDE M, GREEN, Consignee
N , Phone 2921
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For Fast Pick-Up on Freight or Short Moves
CENTRAL FREIGHT LINES
LIQUID CARBONIC GAS CO,
Georgetown, Texas Telephone Rural 85-l7F31
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Fred Cooper Smith demonstrates mechanisms of cotton compress
to Karen Smith, Joan Rosenblad, Sandra Elliott, and Billye Adams.
You'11 Always Remember
Graduation - - -
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of the Pure Milk Company, """"'
Quality Checked Dairy Pro-
ducts. Look for the Big Red
Check Mark and you can be
sure of getting the finest!
W5 MILK COMPANY
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HUMBLE SERVICE STATION
12th and Main Street
Phone Number 2.722
222 West 19th Street
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GEORGETOWN COMMUNITY SALE
Sale Every Friday Hogs Bought Every Day
H, H, ADA.MS, Owner
Located on North Highway 81 Phone 2951
Bells Ring for Dinner and the Crowds
Rush to Cunningham's to Eat the Noon Meal.
610 East 12th Phone 2024
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Senior Class Da,
SENIORS, Martha Durrenberger, James Elkins, Emest Fulton, and Edward Gauntt take their places
as Milton Denham and Margaret Threadgill serve as class ushers.
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THE CLASS HISTORY was read by Angela Engel- READING THE CLASS WILL, were Harriet Berglund
brecht, Martha Hoffman and Donna Hausenfluck. and Linda Luksa.
THE CLASS PROPHECY WSS revealed by Wayne SENIORS MARCH OUT after Class Day Exercises
Johnson, Clarence McCann and Martin McClain.
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