Georgetown High School - Aerie Yearbook (Georgetown, TX)
- Class of 1960
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Georgetown High School
Editor: Junior Editor:
Selinda Montgomery Donna Bishop
Business Manager.' Sponsor,-
Sara BMCIIGVIGH Mrs. Rosarnond McClain
WE HOPE that you have as much pleasure following the adventures of "Georgie Hi
for 1960 as we did in planninghow to present this record of events. Read it all, includ
ing our advertising, which we think is clever. . Z
Table of Contents
Description of pages page numbers
Georgetown High School, Administration, L
Annual Staff ---------------- - 1 - 4
Junior High and Sponsors --------- - 5 - 20
Student Council ------- 21 - 24
Sports, Football Sweetheart - - 25 - 47
Freshmen and Sponsors - - - - 48 - 52 ,
Assemblies and Activities - - 53 - 61 Q
Sophomores and Sponsors - - 62 - 66
Organizations -------- 67 - 91
Juniors, Seniors and Sponsors - - - 92 - 116
Interscholastic League --------- - - 116 - 118
Honor Society, Junior - Senior Banquet,
Parties ----------------- - - 119 - 122
Honors, Graduation ------ - -- 123 - 125
Advertising ----- - - 126 - 147
dent, Mr, Barnes,
and our principal,
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Weighty school problems deserve serious consideration and some
times cause nervous tension, so Superintendent' Barnes and Principal
Williams gnaw their respective pacifiers while they achieve a mea-
sure of calm before making an important decision.
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Sports Editor, ff'
and C0'5P0ff5 MELVIN MCLAUGHLIN,
Editor, MARCELO Contributing
Planning party at Mrs. IvlcClain's house
early in season. Mr. Driska attended.
Two more family members, Janet Ver
nango and Martha Howland are shown.
A moment's relaxation for sponsor with Sara
Pete, Martha and Linda,
Pete Bouffard, Jimmy Blackmore, Sam-
my Morris helped in the fall.
'lth grade Vice President-
7th grade President
8th grade Reporter
8th grade President
8th grade Secretary
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Esther Aceve do
Eliza beth Barrera
Mary Ann Bishop
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Mary Jo Wiley
Linda Kay Wininger
Sezierzth Grade Sponsors
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Mr, Sheridan Cavitt:
B,S. and M, A, Southwestern Uni-
versityg World History, social Stud-
' ies, and 7th grade math
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Mrs. Faye Hicks:
B, A, Sam Houston Stateg
B, A. Southwestern social Studies
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A high math and sponsor of annual
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W ere ou there??
If you don't behave in Mrs, Hicks' class you may see stars,
Randy Gattis and Bettie Barnes are supposed to be studying
the Book Week Poster, but they see stars.
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ics, all interest-
ing when taught
by Mr, Cavitt.
Su prise birthday
Chuck: "Hurry with mine, Mrs.
McCoy! After all, my mother did
make your birthday cake, and Les
has already finished two pieces!"
party for Mrs.
and excuted by
of 83 section,
included the re-
painting of the
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Mary Ann Pope
Nova Lee Powers
San dra Skinner
Mrs, Raye McCoy:
B, A, Centenary College, Span-
ish, Sponsor of Pan American
Student Forum and of declama-
Eighth Grade Sponsors
Kas they were and nowj
Mrs, Lillian Jones:
B, A, Sam Houston College, M. A.
University of Texas, physiology,
'Ith Grade, Spanish I,
Mr. Robert Kirschner:
M, A, in Education, Southwest Tex
as State Teachers Collegeg science
8th Grade, arithmetic, 'lth Grade,
t Mrs, Frances Nell Armstrong:
B. A. Southwestern University, English,
8th Grade, reading and literature, 7th
Identity of the friendly young man with
the hands is revealed in a later chapter.
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Eighth Grade Football Team
TOP ROW, left to right: Clifford Gustafson, Ernest Bizzell, Jimmy Joseph, Bob Giddings, Jerry Moore, Ralph Russell,
Keneth Smith, Brian Adkins.
MIDDLE ROW: Charles Rabik, Mgr. , Tommy Doefler, Richard Baker, Johnny Fizer, Craig Glasscock, Ray Braun,
Jerry Nall, Gary Raum, Coach Lankford.
BOTTOM ROW: Madison Barrington, David Burson, Larry Cole, Darwin David.
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Seventh Grade Football Team
TOP ROW, left to right: Kenneth Lefner, Richard Hamilton, Bruce Evans, Billy Whitfield, Glen Hall, Douglas Ischy,
Wayne Stark, Bud McDonald, Donnie Whiteaker, Coach Lankford.
MIDDLE ROW: Clyde Stovall, Gilbert Ischy, Paul Partain, Johnny Sharp, Darrell Holmquist, Alan Fletcher, Charles
Schneider, David Lindell, Alan Lyman, Steve Miller.
BOTTOM ROW: Howard Wheeler, Tommy Miller, Richard Bost, Tommy Boring, Barry Hall, Gregory Lyman, Robert
Tubbs, Joe Lopez, David Penniman, David Miller, Jimmy Gwen,
fr ll COOPERATION BETWEEN PARENTS
L- 3 A A and school resulted in a banquet honoring
junior high football team members, given
December 3, '59.
8th grade cheerleaders
divided into groups and took
turns at the junior high games.
Every girl who wished could
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ARMISTICE DAY - a school holiday - was celebrated by an "ON TO VICTORY" parade sponsored by
our lively high school cheerleaders,
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Anyway you look, the junior High Chorus is a good looking group. We heard them at the Christmas program and in assem
Below, left: Going, going, gone! Joe Williams has just become slave for a day to sister Janis and associates, Fiendish
glee is expressed,
And poor Paul Hindelang, suffering the indignity of a taped mouth, He had to swallow his pride and his words.
Below, right: Seniors
Todd and Aleman smile
while toting for 8th
graders, who seem a
mite more merciful
than the 7th graders who
are ordering Paul a-
Student Council spon-
sored Slave Day evokes
the best response from
junior high students,
they have a
be, for they
Junior High Honors and Classroom Scenes
Each one of
is a diligent
From among many interesting activities in Mrs. Jones seventh grade physiology class, we show the winners in
the health poster contest,
Alan Lyman, lst place
Clifford Langford, 2nd.
From the junior high, these four
were nominated for the Citizenship
Awards. Tommy Doerfler, Sth,
Ronald Lehman and Judith Hodges,
th grade nominees were awarded the
s. medals furnished by the American
Legion, but all of these candidates
may feel honored.
Judith modestly meditates,
In this lively scene from Mrs. Hicks' history class, Bob Giddings has a word C25
20 to say about the excellent bulletin board.
7th, Susan Gamble, 8th, The seven-
CENTRAL TEXAS STUDENT COUNCIL
meets at Georgetown High,
Having been elected first Vice Pres-
ident of the organization, we served,
in October, as host school, Our visitors
spoke well of our efforts, and were pleas-
ed with results of the discussion groups.
RANDY MERCER, Treasurer '
SPONSORS, Mrs. Barnes and Mr. Murdock.
KAY CASKEY, Parliamentarian
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CAP-LELA KEYS. ' - A rf RICHARD FHQCH,
Secfefafy gr ff s it Third vice Presitierrr
class is entitled to one,
Senators: Chosen by
members of the Coun-
cil because of work for
or interest in the Coun
Student Council Projects
"Oh, please, just a little more money!" This is the cry
heard 'round the auditorium as each class struggles to buy the
most slaves at the annual slave sale, sponsored by the Student
Council as a fund raising project,
Wonder what I could borrow on this?
Quick! Let me have a nickel!
Linda: "I could dance on and on forever!"
Mike: "Yeah, but I wish you would stay off my toes. "
Each day at noon students gather in the cafeteria to .
dance fast and slow to records old and new. Sponsored
by the Student Council, this activity is enjoyed by all
who watch, and even more by those who participate.
If everyone responded to the Student
Council Cleanup Campaigns as well as
Mr. Williams, we'd be the cleanest
school in the state,
Excellent idea for improving parent-school relationship, "Yes, right on the other side
"Back to School" night, when parents could follow the
schedule and meet the teachers.
Stanford Armstrong, Ann Wheeler,
Richard Finch, Carlela Keys.
Two groups of
went on Student
for the purpose
plans and prob-
lems with other
of the boys' room, "
Jimmy Petrosky, Karen Cole, Mr,
Murdock, Janie Edwards, Mike Weir
Still another idea for making money - a turkey chase, This project brought in more
Poor Turkey! fun than funds,
Council sponsored Courtesy Week. Just imagine, the
boys stood back to let the girls in first.
James: "Say, John, does
that R in Mike Weir's name
stand for Rex?"
John: "Don't know, but it
doesn't stand for Reir, "
While Carlela gives Richard a good
luck sign, Randy admonishes Donna,
Look at my sign, it's longer. "
Council President Armstrong reads the list of winners
and ignores the sniffles of Jeanne B, as Laura W,
laughs before borrowing the hankie.
STUDENT COUNCIL ELEC
TIONS bring out more can-
didates than ever, and the
cleverest of signs!
Early birds in the empty
hall find a choice perch
for Barbara's sign, which
brother Paul kindly helps
hang, Carlela and Jimmy
give assistance and advice
Winners are congratulated
and losers are consoled. It
seems that no one is taking
it too hard, however.
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Beaming are the newly elected officers, Laura W, 3rd Judging from this bewildered huddle of cheerleaders,
Vice, 3 Patsy S,, Sec, 3 Kay C, , Tregg, , Jeanne B, , P31-1.7 some of them still can't believe they've been elected.
Jimmy P. , lst Vice. g Randy M. Presidentgfnot pictured,
Janie E, , 2nd Vice,J
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C,forgffl014 IL Eagles Take Setond Place Ln Dzstrzct LIZ the 1999 Season,
Coach Bnklebach sketches a play for interested boys
Ivianabers MBUIICE Sutton and Ernest Morr1s trotted
many 11 m11e 111 SC1'V1llg as managers of the team
The Izagle Team
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fensive Action during
the Elgin Game,
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Mickaii in tlie first
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Offensive - half back, Defensive -
Outside Linebacker, Honorable Men-
tion, All District and All Central
Offensive - Quarterback
Defensive - End
Offensive - Quarterback
Defensive - l-lalfback
PETE REYNAGA MIKE WEIR
Offensive - Hnlfbaek GORDON PETERSON Offensive - Fullback
Defensive - Safety Offensive - End Defensive - Linebacker
Defensive - End
JAMES DOMEI. JIM KAUFFMAN JIMMY PETROSKY
Offensive - Center Defensive - Tackle Offensive - Fullback Defensive - Linebacker Offensive ' Halfback
Honorable mention. All District All District Defensive ' Outside Lmebacker
Offensive - Guard
Defensive - Tackle
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THOMAS WILLIAMS DON TODD
Offensive - Tackle
Defensive - Tackle
Offensive - Right l-lalfback
Defensive - Halfback
Offensive - End
Defensive - End
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Offensive - Guard
Defensive - Tackle
Offensive - Tackle
Defensive - Tackle
All District and All Central Texas
Football, Honorable Mention, All
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Honored, but scared stiff, are the good-loolv
ing football players who were the candidates'
escorts: Jimmy Blackmore, Clyde Reeder,
Fred McAferty, and Gordon Peterson,
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Descending the stairs at left are the four candidates
for 1959-60 Football Sweetheart: Meredith McClain
more, and Brenda Langford, freshman, These lovely
ladies were chosen by the football players from their
"Vanity, vanity, all is vanity, "
with delight at the announce-
ment of her reign as Foot-
ball Queen for '59-'60,
senior, Ann Wheeler, junior, Darlene Lackey, sopho-
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TOP ROW left to rrght Dwrght Spam Doug Newsom Fred McAferty, Jerry Perry Eddre Glasscock Sevrrano Gon
MIDDLE ROW Coach Stelzer Dan Aleman Stanley Keelmg Charles Jenkins Van Freydenfeldt B111 Watts Joe
BOTTOM ROW Clyde Reeder Paul Cooksey Johnny Hanusch Maurice Adams Mrke Mattox Jrmmy Harrrs Eddre
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EDDIE GLASSCOCK and bananas before a track
880 yard dash meet. "
TRACK TEAM RATES WELL against larger schools
Our few boys had to enter many events, and they did
very well indeed.
Mickan was the alternate
for this mile relay team
which won 2nd in District,
Ronald Fox 2nd in Regional and 5th in
Don Todd State against eight teams.
Jim Kauffman and Daniel Aleman,
Both boys entered discus and shot-
put. Jim won 4th place at District
STANFORD ARMSTRONG, high jump
Jim Petrosky, 100 yard dash, alternate at
Regional for 440 yard relay.
Gordon Peterson and Donald Fox
practice handing off as teammates
David Parsley and James
Domel participated in dis-
cus and shot-put. Domel
won 4th in discus in District.
Clyde Reeder qualifying in District.
"Say, Domel, what's this thing
John Doerfler, 2nd in Dis-
trict in 8805 4th in low
Jones, loosening up before
Mike Jones in Dis-
trict competition won
5th in the 100 yard
dashg 3rd in low hur-
dles: 2nd in high hur-
dlesg 2nd in broad
Girls ' Sports
Seniors won the game
4th Period P.E. - - - Oops!
4th Period P. E,
Linda Explains Badminton to Kathy
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6th Period P. E.
"A" and "B" VOLLEYBALL TEAMS
From Left: Parker, Anderson, Jacob, Saund-
ers, Kelm, Reid, Ischy, Snowden, Miller,
Tombs, Howland, Raum, Kokel, Perry, Reid,
Love, Lackey, and Iris Buchhorn, Not pictured.
Call this volley ball practice?
Or a "Jam session"?
DARLEN E KELM
2nd in District
2nd in Taylor
3rd in Jarrell
Top: Klem, Kokel, Ischy, Miller,
Howland, Bottom: Reid, Jacob, Lac-
Junior winners of intramural volley-
ball. Snowden, Miller, Howland,
Thomas, Love, Wheeler, Parker,
Sharon and Paula, Coach has Captains Ella Ruth Kokel
busy managers. that confused and Nancy Reid.
Samm1e Moms, speedy
2nd baseman, watches
with amazement as team
mates perform a trrcky
Cool and calm Jerry Perry,
3rd baseman, watches as
teammates work a smooth
Sharp and keen short stop
Jim Kauffman easrly throws
out one of his opponents
Fans look on as Georgetown downs Taylor 18-1 in one of the
Eagles' closing games,
It's pretty far down
there to that bat.
EAGLES' BASEBALL TEAM ties
Rockdale for district.
who started in most of the
throws one of his smooth
Glass hustling to
back up the first
baseman when a
tight play is on.
Teammates look on
as Glasscock gives wise
remark on how his cap
hurts his head.
Top pitcher James Domel,
games Georgetown played,
GEORGETOWN 'S VS, TEAMS
2 Lampasas - - - 0
13 Elgin - - - - - 12
12 Taylor- - - - 1
18 Taylor- - - ' 1
4 Rockdale - - - 5
10 Rockdale - - - 8
0 Rockdale - - - 4
First baseman Pete
to meet the ball as
runner scurries to-
Joe Williams helps coach sack
up the bats.
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JUNIOR PLAYERS SENIOR DOU BLES SENIOR SINGLES
Doubles: Wilma Jo Perry Karen Cole Jane Williams
Orfalinda Vasquez Paula Wheeler 2nd in District
Singles: Laura Weir 2nd in District
Wheeler, Cole, Williams, Chambers
THE NEWLY ORGANIZED TENNIS
CLUB IS PROUD OF THE ACCOM-
PLISHMENTS OF ITS MEMBERS!
Sammie Stephens, first in Singles
John Steelman and Bill Forest Qnot shownj
lst in District
2nd in Doubles
Our blond bombshell, Coach Ring-
ness, has put the imprint of her vital
personality on our physical education
program, and our increased interest
in and participation in intramural
sports pays tribute to her.
These are glimpses of
Girls 7 Basketball and
Y Pope takes a set
Intramural basketball winners: SEN -
IORS, E, Kokel, K. Cole, D. Kelm,
J, Reid, C, Chambers, P. Wheeler,
INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL ff
B. Langford. I. Reid,
Girls on the junior softball!
team but not pictured are:
P, Blackwell, B. Langford,
M, Taylor, A, Labenski,
SOFTBALL JUNIOR TEAM
K, Kauffman, J, Jenkins, J. Perry. J. Ver-
nango, L, Weir, L. Tonn
Batting practice is necessary, and Jean-
nie takes her turn, Paula trusts her, but
will watch where she throws the bat,
SOFTBALL SENIOR TEAM
G. Love, A, Almazon, D, Lackey,
J, Barrington, J. Parker, J. Williams,
M, Fleisher, N. Reid, P, Wheeler,
S, Edwards, E, Kokel, D, Horneyer,
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Mike Mattox, Bud Bredthauer and Mike Jones stretch out lei-
surely on the green as they wait for Mike Weir to get out of a
sand trap ,,,, Ah, he made it! If camera shy Mattox doesn't
move his iron, Weir may soon be in trouble again.
We are very proud of our golf team. They won first place in Dis-
trict in Interscholastic League Competition,
The strong and athletic boys pictured above accompanied the girls to
District Volleyball competition in Rockdale and captured 3rd place,
Zug! That fellow pops Is he still around?
his flash bulbs every-
1-low's that for a
Mothers of football boys and cheerleaders work
diligently to decorate for the annual football banquet
which was the loveliest ever, with food extra deli-
cious. The mothers deserve all the credit for a beau-
tiful atmosphere and a wonderful dinner. Sorry, no
photos of the banquet were available,
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Robert Bost won lst in pub-
lic speaking at 4-H State
Contest at A8LM College,
His topic was "Time 8a a
K Finch proclaiming
that students be allow-
ed to wear Bermuda
shorts to school.
Happy 30th birthday,
Speech Class working on the set
for "My Three Angels,"
Half Farmer, "
Here are some
boys - you class-
It won't be that bad, young lady,
Kenneth Ada ms
Isaias Almazon Harriet Anderson Annie Arldt Linda Barrington Jeanne Behrens
Harold Boriak Ronald Boyd Bill Burney Jimmy Calhoun
A freshman algebra class at work under the
supervision of coach Birk.
Gary Carlson Trudy Case
Margaret Cooksey Billy Davis
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Mildred Hill Barbara Hindelang
June Jenkins Kathy Jones
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Betty McDonald Roger Middleton Janet Miller Leonard Miller
Gary Montgomery Don Morris
Ann Murray Edfla NOBCR
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James Pate Tommy Peaslee
Charles Nunn Donny Parker
Pam Penniman Wilma Jo Perry
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Jimmy Russell Mike Salyer
Bonnie Smith John Steelman Denis Stephens Sammie Stevens
Richard Stuewe Patsy Sudduth Mary Helen Taylor Sylvia Thorne
Janet Vernengo Aurora Villereal
Linda Tonn Orfalinda Vasquez
Edward Whitmore Albert Wiflillilef
BEAUTY, BRAINS AND
BRAWN - all are fine attri-
butes for the freshman slate
of officers, Kandy Kauff-
man, Reporter, Brenda Lang-
ford, President, Jim Hol-
comb, Treasurer, Laura
Weir, Secretary, Don Mor-
ris, Vice President.
Freshman sponsors - some of them in the long ago.
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MIL ALVIN MURDOCK:
B.A. , M. A. , Sam Hous-
ton State Collegeg Coun-
sellor, Co-sponsor of Stu-
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Main character of this
group is Figgy, the llewt,
who is supposedly being
pushed into camera
range by the gentle fin-
ger of Roger Middleton.
Beverly Harris and
Kathy Jones are trying
to find out all about
newts because they
want to please their
general science teach-
er Mrs. Barnes,
MR. JOEL MCCLATCHEY:
B. A. University of Texas, Math-
matics, Co-sponsor of Tennis
MRS. LORRAINE HINDELANG: B. A.
Trinity University, English, American
History. Co -sponsor of National Hon-
and M. Education Southwestern
University, coach, Algebra 1
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Assembly Chairman, Richard
Finch, third Vice President of the
Student Council, led us each assem-
bly day in the pledge to the flag,
and in prayer. Richard ably filled
this demanding position by bringing
our school many fine programs,
Don Todd was drafted during
this assembly to help the science
lecturer demonstrate the laws of
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A victory parade to boost the Eagles on to victory over
Taylor was a bi success in turn out, artici ation, and co-
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tion, but lacking in result.
Could it be that Pep Squad
President Carolyn Chambers
and our dear P, E, teacher
are horsing around?
Pep rally on Court House Square,
Dr, Watson comes through with the
Sherlock Holmes, the Soothsayer, and Dr, Watson con- solutions, but too late to save Budgy
Spire to solve the mystery of the flowers, Ford from a tragic death,
Spirit, Fight, Desire to win is displayed in the gym through these signs made by classes the week of the
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This and the preced
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some of the stunts, pep
rallies and decorations
they made to pep us up
THE WACO CONFERENCE WAS attended
by this happy group gathered here for
last minute instructions from Mrs. Springer.
David Carlson hands San-
dra Pennington an article
to help her with her decla-
Jimmy McDonald and Sandra Pennington fight over the micro-
phone to see who will record his original oration first, Karen
Cole and David Carlson also entered and watch to see who will
be the victor.
Randy Mercer, who entered dramatic interpretation, helps
extemporaneous speakers Karen Cole and Jimmy McDonald
find news items to be used in their speeches.
If one humorous declaimer is funny, three are
three times as funny, Donna Bishop, Tommy
Peaslee, and Meredith McClain strike a char-
acteristic pose from their declamations,
Mrs. Armstrong, who worked with the poe-
try readers, helps Judy Wolf, David Carlson,
and Meredith McClain pick out their poems,
Judy was the only student to place in the fin-
als. Gary Montgomery, not pictured, was
una ble to attend,
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Ernest Morris Douglas Newsom
Alma Perry Bobby Petrosky
Aurora Ramirez Sherry Ramsel
Clyde Reeder Nancy Reid
Carolyn Petrosky Mary Ruth Queen
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A CAPPELLA CHOIR achieves first division rating in sight
reading, second place in concert, in spring judging. '
Officers and section leaders plan an even more successful year
next year, under the direction of our fine conductor, Wendell
At the piano, Dane Evans, expert accompanist and baritone
section leader, Stanford Armstrong, bass, Kathy Freydenfeldt,
soprano, Carlela Keys, alto and secretary,Camil1e Hays,
Treasurer, Karen Hausenfluke, President, Bill Watts, tenor,
Don Todd, Vice President.
Christmas carols and other seasonal music thrilled the listeners
when our chorus sang in pre-holiday concert.
To sing in a choir that kept
the audience breathless with
its power and beauty such
was the wonderful opportun-
ity which came to Richard
Finch, who, as a result of
fall try-outs, sang second
tenor with the All-State
Choir in November.
Reading the news of their top rating in Interscholastic League
contest are Joyce Partain, 2nd soprano and Karen Hausenfluke,
lst alto, both of whom are also lst division student band con-
ductors, Also lst division are Kathy Freydenfeldt, lst soprano,
and Pete Aleman, baritone,
The ECHO carries the news too, and these second place win- .Q j ew. :Si
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ners check the list, Tanny Faulk, lst alto, Pamela Penniman, :gif ,jf-Q
lst soprano, Richard Finch, 2nd tenor, Barbara Hindelang, lst
alto, Ann Wheeler, lst soprano.
BAND WINNERS, 2nd place. Top, left, clarinet quartette, Barbara Smith, Sylvia Thorne, Jeanne Ericson, Ann Mur-
ray, Flute trio, Mildred Hill, Barbara Hindelang, Frances Rath, Right, Woodwind ensemble, Alma Perry, Lana White-
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Tactful, understanding of the
students' view-point and co-opera-
rr. t: with the instructor - this sum-
marizes some ofthe fine qualities
of President Pete Aleman,
Faithful Sara arrives each morn-
ing early to check the roll and keep
PETE ALEMAN, President
A FIRST DIVISION in sight reading,
second in concert performance, were
the 1960 RATINGS awarded the
EAGLE BAND at contest,
Let Eileen tell you - a good librar-
ian needs to put in much time keep-
ing the music in order.
Capable Robert was well able to sup-
port the policies of the president and
to assist him,
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SARA BUCHAN AN, Secretar EILEEN ADAMS, Librarian ROBERT BOST, Vice President
SECTIQN , ,X Elected
LEADERS by the sec-
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Barbara Smith and Ann Murray, clarlnetg Below: Daniel Aleman, Cornet, Meredith McClain and Barbara Hindelang,
fluteg Gary Montgomery, trombone,
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KNEELING: Patsy Scott and Mildred Hill.
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Drum major, CAROLYN PETROSKY
At the right Seniors display-
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Director ofthe Georgetown
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Below: Pete Alenian, Meredith McClain,
Curlela Keys, and Melvin Mchaughin won
chairs in the Regional Band, Meredith Mc
Clain also achieved second chair honors at
Above are pictures taken at the annual
Christmas party given for the band mem
bers by the Band Boosters, Dancing was
enjoyable, but breaking the pinata was
really hilarious fun,
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Recipients of awards which
show their interest and in-
dustry are James Blackwell
who has received the honor
of becoming a Lone Star
Farmerg Don Morris, award
for outstanding Greenhandg
Thomas Williams, Star
Sammie Morris receives the De Kalb
Agricultural Accomplishment Award
which is presented to the senior stu-
dent having the most outstanding re-
cord over four years in leadership,
scholarship and supervised farming,
Mr, Cairnes, vocational agriculture
teacher, is pleased to present the
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Posed with animals they exhibited are some ofthe boys who participated in the
Georgetown F, H, A, Livestock Show,
76 JOE EDGAR and ERNEST Moms EMU. BECKMAN JIMMY DOERF1-ER
Checking on the requirements
for Lone Star Farmer are James
Blackwell and Butch Smith,
Tommy Etheridge had the champ-
ion Fine-Wool Fat Lamb of the
Williamson County F, F, A, Live-
stock Show. The lamb sold for
32, 75 per pound.
Say, what's a Duck doing at a sheep show?
How are people going to know that we won all these banners if we don't show them? LIVESTOCK TEAM:
Earl Smith, Thomas Williams, James Blackwell, DAIRY PRODUCTS TEAM: Leonard Miller, Don Mor-
ris, Charles Kleen, FARM RADIO TEAM: Emil Beckman, Robert Kleen, Douglas Newsom, Livestock and
Dairy Products Teams participated in the State judging contest.
Champion Medium-Wool Lamb owned by Emil Beckman Bernard Miller showed the champion
at Williamson County Livestock Show for F. F. A. Decem- Southdown Fat Lamb, which brought
ber, '59, a record price of 33, 25 a pound.
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Rock-a-bye babies in F, H, A, Pledges get
younger on initiation day!
At one of the monthly meetings early in the
fall these young homemakers in formal attire
illustrate the keys to success and a happy life,
Beautiful decorations for the Christmas
season are always prepared by Future
llomemakers and featured at their ban-
Mrs, Barnes, Superintendent Barnes,
and Mrs, Williams are all pleased with
Mrs, Barnes' surprise birthday present,
At right, below, F,ll, A, president, Jo
Ann llansenfluke, watches her mother
and father, F, H, A, parents, open their
After the Christmas party,
the clean -up committee
efficiently disposes of the
5 leftover goodies used in the
Line aprons are important because by
this means the students of dress design
see the effect of different kinds of lines
used in dress making,
A great compliment is
paid to Roylene Homeyer,
who was elected by mem-
bers of F, H, A, as their
You've heard about refrigerator raiders? Pete Aleman
is justified here, for Sammie Morris and John Doer-
fler have just issued the order - "Put it away, Pete!"
Too many cooks for the icing? Pete Reynaga and Mar- ,V lll ,b
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vin Patterson stand by to see how an Ideal Homemaker " A
This sweet smile is just the typical
F. H. A. look, but Ella Ruth Kokel
is justly happy because of the honor
of winning first place from among
Georgetown Senior contestants in
the Betty Crocker written examina-
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Practice in modeling technique was
an important part of the perform-
it proved to be a great success. A few of the lovely models who worked
very hard for four months on their gar-
TENNIS CLUB sponsors Mr. McClatchy
and Miss Ringness enjoy a joke with
officers Robert Bost, Vice President:
Karen Cole, Reporter, Charlie Williams,
President, Laura Weir, Secretary,
Re-elected SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS,
Meredith McClain, Secretary, Mike
Weir, President, and Karen Cole, Treas-
urer, shown with sponsors Mrs, Barnes
and Mrs, Medley.
FUTURE NURSES' officers, Darlene Lack
ey, Parliamentariang Mary Jane Perry,
President, Carra Snowden, Treasurer,
Lora Williams, Vice President. Not
shown, Jo Ann George, Reporter,
PAULA WHEELER, Editor
Naturally , Paula writes
the editorialsg also, Stu-
dent of Week, New
Teacher Column, and
many stories left unwritten
by other staffers. She has
worked diligently all year
to bring the ECHO to its
present high rank. Her
progress is noteworthy.
Asurvey taken recent-
ly has revealed that the
EAGLE ECHO is the most
popular and most widely
read newspaper in George-
town High School.
After learning this, we
interviewed the editor ,
Miss Wheeler, who asked
that we pay tribute to
some workers not pictured
on this page. Randy Mer-
cer, she says, is a very
faithful worker, who writes
F.F.A., Band, and birth-
day stories, and some con-
fidential exposes. Carra
Snowden writes junior news
and stories about assem-
blies. Selind a Montgo-
mery contributes Rainbow
Girls' stories and Honor
Society news .
Naturally, staff mem-
bers are interested in their
product, so they examine
each ECHO carefully
Pete Aleman writes most
of the stories on boys'
sports. The wit of the
ECHO is Richard Finch,
Feature Editor , best known
for his "Dear Gertrude"
column. He also applies
his wit and his co1lector's
sense to special stories,
jokes, and song dedica-
a n nu al -staffer, supplies
annual news, some pic-
tures, and he helps with
MR. DRISKA , KAREN COLE, IANIE EDWARDS, PAULA
Business manager Karen
finds it no laughing matter
to handle all the money
and write Student Council
News and pep rally stories .
Janie, Assistant Editor,
writes Soc 'N' Buskin news ,
P. A. S. F. , Tuesday Night
Probably the most im-
portant and certainly the
bravest person connected
with the paper is Mr.
Although he carefully
proofreads and censors,
each issue still brings him
several unwelcome sur-
Supper Club news, and
other stories for those who
didn't deliver. Ja nie 's
selling ability made pos-
sible this year's great im-
paper, for she brought in
When fashion news ap-
pears, it is Diane Christie
who is responsible. Kathy
Freydenfeldt has given us
several glimpses of the
activities of the choir.
Not shown, but a de-
pendable worker ls Judy
Wolf, who writes junior
high student stories, and
exchange items from other
schools . An occasional
D.J'.'s Grapevine is the
work of Walter Martin,
Future Nurses and Fresh-
man news is by Io Ann
George. Ruth Nell Dykes,
Menus, Coming Events.
Below are the typists
preparing copy. Head
typist is Ella Ruth Kokel
who sees that the typing
is done. She also writes
"Senior Brags. " Margie
Andrews is an especially
faithful typist. Among
the others shown, Judy
MR. ROBERT DRISKA
Reid writes the girls' sports
and Tennis Club news, Jo
Ann Hauseniluke writes
F. H.A. news. Julia Lac-
key types: Roylene Home-
yer helps with F.H,A,
PAN AMERICAN STUDENT FORUM is a service organiza-
tion, and under the sponsorship of Mrs. Raye McCoy, Spanish
teacher, the organization does good deeds, one of which is
the serving of the Junior-Senior banquet.
President David Carlson instructs the
fluke, to prepare the program which
scribe, Karen Hausen-
the organization is to
present, as a service, to the American Association of Univer- 77
sity Women. David agrees to preside and to give his decla-
mation prepared for lnterscholastic League. Agnes Miller is
to give her declamation, and Karen is to be presented to the
ladies as the State P.A. S. F. secretary for 1960-61.
OFFICERS OF UNIT I, P.A. S.F.
Sylvia Thorne, Reporter, Mike Mattox, President, Susan McCook
Secretary, Bill Forest, Treasurer, Barbara Hindclang, First Vice
Two trombone solos, popular Spanish
folk songs, are Pete Aleman's part on
Six little girls in blue
are to sing several
numbers with a Spanish
flavor. Dane Evans is
to accompany them
and to playa piano
solo, "Ritual Fire
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OFFICERS OF UNIT Il, P. A. S. F.
Alan Wicke, Reporter, Frances Rath, Secretary, Dane Evans, First
Vice, Patti McDonald, Treasurer, Brian Wicke, President, Joyce
Partain, Scribe .
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PAN AMERICAN STUDENT FORUM'S yearly Spanish supper
was bigger and better than ever because of the hard work and
the continued excellence of the sponsor, Mrs. McCoy, and of
course, the unusual goodlooks of this year's waiters and wait-
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Chairman, and Rita Rhea
Assistant Chairman, dis-
Sie cussing proper hat sizes
geoilu with sponsor, Mrs, McCoy
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Elected for 1959 1900 are President, Carlela Keys, Vice President, Donna Bishop, Sec-
retary Sandra Pennington Treasurer, David Carlson, Reporter, Janie Edwards, Scribe,
Jane Williams Historian Meredith McClain,
In holiday mood for the National Thespian
initiation, and the refreshments which came
afterwards are these good members, Karen
Cole is running last not her usual position
A beard trimming for Randy to pre
pare him for his part in MY THREE
take our ICIIIC , I All
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and Rita Lefner,
National Thespians from
the years gone by and Mrs,
Springer, our faithful, hard-
working, and inspirational
sponsor, Soc' n' Buskin
grew so under her leader-
ship that this year three
neophyte groups led by
university students were
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Mike Weir, and
the three angels,
Not shown, Gary Boyd. X
MY THREE ANGELS, by Sam and Bella Spewack, the three
act play presented this year, was a delightful comedy that
everyone thoroughly enjoyed. Members of the cast are named
with their pictures, Above are Sandra Pennington, Donna
Bishop, and Randy Mercer.
Jimmy McDonald with
Finch and Mercer.
Janie Edwards, Richard Finch, and the angels
GliORGETOWN'S ONE ACT PLAY
WINS DISTRICT. 'A
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play, directed by our talented Mrs. Springer,
is always excellent, Of course we always
expect to go on to State, and if we do not, v ,
we realize that when good plays are judged,
there are differences of opinion.
We were all proud of "The Man in the '
Mike Weir, henchman of villian Paul Hindelang, prepares to
administer a little torture to the hero,
Paul never gets to look like himself in HSN
a play, He submits to being made vil-
Randy Mercer, hero, and Janie Edwards,
heroine, are admired hy middle-aged Don-
na and Richard.
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Named to the All-Star cast,
Donna Bishop and Richard
Those behind the foot lights
succeed with the help of the
stage crew, Discussing a trans-
portation problem are stage
manager Jimmy McDonald and
his excellent crew, Karen Cole,
Sandra Pennighton, Edgar Wuth-
rich and Agnes Miller,
Above, the cast of "Submerged":
David Adams, David Carlson, Rob-
ert Bost, Jim McDonald, Marcelo
Tafoya, Billy Taylor.
At right, cast of "Sham": Paul
Hindelang, Carlela Keys, Karen
Cole, Walter Martin,
Below, cast of "The Summons of
Sariel": Meredith McClain, Sara
Buchanan, Kathy Freydenfeldt, San-
dra Pennington, Diane Christie, Ella
Ruth Kokel, Clifford Langford, Ruth
Johnson, Carlela Keys played the
Suicide in the play.
ONE ACT PLAY NIGHT judged an
outstanding success. The Drama
Class produced three plays which
were judged by Dr. Springer and
advanced drama students from
Southwestern University, They
unanimously rated all three plays
excellent, and praised the settings
costumes and performances of the
actors, many of whom had 11ever
appeared in a play,
We are proud of you and for you,
Mrs, Springer and Drama Class.
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A Cappella 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Band
1-4, Vice Pres. 1-3, Pres, 4, Stage
Band 2-4, Hungry Five 3,4, 2nd chair
District Band 4, 6th chair Regional Band
4, PASF 3,4, Letter "G" Award 3, 2nd
instrumental solo at PASF convention 3,
Paper Staff 4, Sports Editor 4.
MARGIE ANDREWS -
Blue Wings 1-4,
FHA 1-4, Junior
man, Unit IV
Sec. -Treas, 4,
Paper Staff Typ-
STANFORD ARMSTRONG -
A Cappella 2-4, PASF 1,2, Soc' n' Bus-
kin l,2, National Thespian 3,45 Student
Council 3,4, Rep, 3, Pres, 4, Boys'
State 3, Football "B" 1-3, Football "A"
4, Basketball "B" 1,25 Track 1-3, Mgr.
1, 2, High Jump and 880, 3, Science
PETE BOUFFARD -
FFA l-4, Greenhand 1, Chapter Farmer
2, 3rd Vice Pres, 2, Vice Pres, 3, Foot-
ball "B" 1,2, Football "A" 3,4.
FHA 3,4, Unit
LOUISE BROOKS -
Band 2-4, All Girl Band at TWU 3, FHA
3, Future Nurses 2, 3,
SARA BUCHANAN -
Annual Staff 3,4, Bus, Mgr, 4, Letter
"G" 3, Band 1-4, Section Leader 3, Sec, -
Treas, 4, Stage Band 3,4, Future Nurses
1,2, Sec. -Treas, 1, Vice Pres. 2, PASF
1, 2nd place in Optimist Youth Appreci-
ation Week 3,
IRIS BUCHHORN -
Intermediate Choir wQ-N.,
1, FHA 2-4, Unit
III 2nd Vice Pres. p
"A" Volleyball 2,
Blue Wings 1-4,
Pres, 3,4, FHA 3
4, Sec, -Treas,
Unit IV 4, Future
Nurses 1,2, Paper
Staff 3, PASF 1,2
Soc 'n 'Buskin 1,
2, Tennis 1, 2nd
place junior girl
DAVID CARLSON -
Band 1-4, Paper Staff 1-3, Letter "G"
3, PASF 1-4, Pub, Chairman 3, Pres. 4,
Letter "G" 3, Soc 'n 'Buskin 1-4, Treas.
4, All Star Cast 3, Letter "G" 3, Nation-
al Thespian 2-4, Honor Thespian 3, Stu-
dent Council 4, 1st Vice Pres, 4, 3rd in
State Optimist Contest 2, 2nd in Waco
Tournament 3, lst in district junior dec-
lamation 1, lst in district senior boys'
declamation 3, 3rd in district tennis 1,
MORRIS CLARK -
Football "B" 3, Football "A" 4.
JOHN DOERFLER -
Class Vice Pres. 1, Pres, 2, 35 Student
Council 15 Football "B" 1,2, "A" 3,4,
Co-Captain 45 Basketball "B" 1,25 Base
ball 3,45 Track 3,45 Citizenship Award
25 Science Club 3,4.
Blue Wings 45 Transfer from Luling,
KAREN COLE -
Class Social Chairman 3, Treas. 45 Blue
Wings 15 Cheerleader 2-4, Head Cheer-
leader 45 Paper Staff 2-4, Asst, Bus,
Mgr, 2, Bus, Mgr, 4, Letter "G" 2,35
PASF 1,25 Science Club 3,4, Treas. 3,
Sec, -Treas. 45 Soc 'n 'Buskin 1-45
Naional Thespian 45 Student Council
1-4, Parl, 2, lst Vice Pres, 3, Senator
45 Tennis Club 4, Sec, -Treas, 45 Letter
"G" in Typing 35 Girls' Softball 1-45
NELDA DAVIS -
Blue Wings 1,25 FHA 1-3,
JAMES DOMEL -
Football "B" l,2,
"A" 3,45 Basket-
ball "B" 15 Base-
ball 2-4, Region-
al Finalists 2, Reg
ional 35 Track 2, 3
2nd in District in
KATHY FREYDENFELDT -
Class Treas, 3, A Cappella 2-4, Girls'
Chorus 1-4, Librarian 2, 3, Band 3,4,
Blue Wings 1,2, PASF 1, Soc 'n 'Buskin
1, Neopliytes 4, Paper Staff News Editor
4, Typing Letter "G" 3, 2nd place in
District Typing 3,
BOBBY GLASS -
A Cappella 4, FFA 1-3, Baseball 1-4,
Basketball 1,2, Football 1-4, "B" 1,2,
"A" 3,4, Track 1,2,
JACKIE HEADRICK -
Basketball "B" 2,
Football "B" 1,2,
"A" 3, Track 2,3,
DELORES I-IOMEYER -
Girls' Chorus 1,
FHA 1-3, Junior
Degree 1, Chap-
ter Degree 2, Sec.
Unit II 2, 3rd Vice
Pres. Unit II 3,
Letter "G" 2,3,
Softball team 3.
ROYLENE HOMEYER -
Class Sec, 3, Intermediate Chorus 2,
Blue,Wings 1-4, Vice Pres, 4, FHA 3,4,
Treas. 4, Ideal llonieniaker 4, PASF 1,
2, Soc 'n'Buskin 1, Paper Staff 4,
JO ANN HAUSENFLUKE -
Intermediate Cliorus 2, Band I, 2, Blue
Wings 3,4, FHA 2-4, Treas. 3, Pres, 4,
Junior Degree, Chapter Degree, Delegate
to State FHA Convention 3, Letter "G"
3, PASF 1,2, FNC 1-3, Reporter 1, Treas.
2, Vice Pres, 3, Paper Staff 3,4, Typing
Letter "G" 3,
ORLAN IHMS -
Band 1-4, Stage
Band l,2, All Re-
gion Band 2, 3,
Hungry Five 3,
Vice Pres. 4g PASF
1-3, Letter "G"
3g Science Club 3,
RUTH JOHNSON -
Blue Wings lg FHA 2,13gFNC 15Soc 'n
'Buskin 1-3, Softball 1-3g Alternate in
DARLENE KELM -
Intermediate Choir 1,2, Girls' Chorus
2, FHA 2-4, Vice Pres, Unit IV 3, Sec-
retary and Reporter 4, Band Sweetheart
PAUL HINDELANG, JR. -
A Cappella 3,4g Annual Staff 2, Band
1-4, Vice Pres, 2,3g PASF 1-4, Dele-
gate to PASF convention 3, Soc 'n 'Bus-
kin 1-4, 2nd place Regional meet 3,
Thespians 2-4, Honor Thespians 3, Dra-
matics Letter "G" 35 lst place Boys' Poe-
try Reading at State 2, Football "B" 1,
CARLELA KEYS -
Class Sec, -Treas, 1, Treas, 2, Sec, 45
A Cappella 1-4, Sec, 4, Girls' Chorus
1-4, Vice Pres, 25 Band 1-4, Sec, 25
Regional Band 45 FHA 1-3, Hist, 2, De-
gree Chairman 3, Letter "G" 35 Soc 'n
'Buskin 1-4, Pres. 4, Letter "G" 35 Stu-
dent Council 3,4, Treas, 3, Sec, 45
Citizenship Award 25 Candidate for Foot-
ball Queen 25 Letter "G" in Debate 25
Asst, Dir. of District One Act Play 3,
ELLA RUTH KOKEL -
Class Reporter 45 Blue Wings 1-45 FHA
1-45 Betty Crocker Award 45 Paper Staff
3,4, Head Typist 45 Girls' Basketball 35
Girls' Volleyball 2, 3,
JULIA LACKEY -
Blue Wings 2-45
Girls' Chorus 25
PNC 2,35 Fl-IA 1-
45 Paper Staff 45
Soc 'n 'Buskin 2,3.
JIMMY MCDONALD -
A Cappella 2-45
PASF 1-4, Serg-
Treas. 4, Unit
Vice Pres, 2, Let-
ter "G" 2,35 Soc
'n 'Buskin 2-4,
45 Letter "G" in
5 Science 25 Letter
l "G" in Drama 35
l Tennis 1-45 Tennis
E Club 4, science
1 Club 4.
MEREDITH MCCLAIN -
Class Vice Pres. 45 Band 1-4, All-State
Band 1-4, lst chair 3, 2nd chair 4, Band
Sweetheart 4, Reporter 25 PASF 1, lst
place instrumental solo at State Conven-
tion 15 Soc 'n'Buskin 3,4, Hist. 3,45
Citizenship Award 35 Math Award 15
Typing Award 35 Candidate for Foot-
ball Queen 2,45 DAR Award 4.
ANN MCKINNEY -
Class Reporter 35 Blue Wings 1-4, Scribe
35 Girls' Chorus 2, Section Leader 2,
Intermediate Choir 25 FHA 2-4, Unit
Pres, 3, Chapter 1st Vice Pres, 45 PASF
102, Unit Scribe 2, Letter "G" 25 Band
Sweetheart 25 Soc 'n'Buskin 2,3.
LYN DON S TEARNS
WAYNE STUEWE -
Transfer from Granger 4g Activities at
Granger: FFA 1-3, Greenhand 1, Dele-
gate to State FFA Convention 1,2, Chap-
ter Farmer 2, State livestock judging
team 2, Lone Star Farmer 3, State Soil
and Water Conservation Award 3, State
FFA Chapter Conducting Team 3.
MARCELO TAFOYA -
Annual Staff 3,4g
Soc 'n' Buskin 3,
4, Paper staff 3,4,
Letter "G" 3, Sci-
ence Club 3,4,
DON TODD -
Band 1-3, PASF 1,2, A 'Cappella 3,4,
Vice Pres. 4, Football "B" 1,2, "A" 3,
4, Basketball "B" 1,25 District Golf 35
Track "B" 1,2, "A" 3,4, District and
Regional Honors 3.
MERLIN TAYLOR -
FFA 1-4, Green-
hand 1, Chapter
Farmer 2, 2nd
Vice Pres. 2, Stu
dent Council Rep
JOSEPHINE VALDEZ -
A Cappella 3, PASF 2,
HAROLD VOGLER -
FFA 1-3, Greenhand 1, Chapter Farmer
3, FHA 4.
CHARLES WILLIAMS -
A Cappella 1-4,
Band 1-4, Pres, 3,
4, Senator 4, Base-
ball 3,4, Batter
with the highest
average 3, Basket-
ball "B" 1,2, Foot-
ball "B" 1,2, "A"
3,4, Tennis 1-4,
2nd place Regional
3, Track 1-4,
PAULA WHEELER -
Class Sec, 2, A Cappella 2, Girls' Cho-
rus 1, PASF 1,2, Sergeant-at-Arms 2,
Unit II Reporter 2, Blue Wings 1,2, Cheer
leader 3,4, llead Cheerleader 4, FNC
1,2, Paper Staff2-4, Bus, Mgr, 2, Asst
Ed. 3, Ed, 4, Letter "G" 2, Soc 'n'Bus-
kin 1-4, National Thespian 4, Student
Council 2-4, 3rd Vice Pres, 3, Senator
4, Candidate for Citizenship Award 1,
Candidate for Football Sweetheart 3,
Girls' Softball 1-4, Tennis 1-4, 3rd in
District in junior Doubles 1, 3rd in Dis-
trict in Senior singles 3.
Baseball "A" 3, Basketball "B" 2,3,
Football "B" 1, "A" 2-4, All Central
Texas Team 4, Honorable Mention,
All State 4.
FFA 1, Greenhand
1, Paper Staff .3
RUTH ANN WITTERA -
FHA 1,3, Girls' Baseball 3.
MILTON WOLBRUECK -
FFA 1-3, Sentinel 1, Greenhand 1,
Chapter Farmer 2, Lone Star Farther 3,
Chapter Sec, 3, Letter "G" Award 1,
Academic Award 3.
DAVID WOODFIN -
Class Pres, 1,
PASF 1-2, Student
Council 1, Dele-
gate to San Mar-
cos 1, Basketball
"B" 1-3, "A" 4,
Football "B" 2, M
Tennis 4, wx
Seniors who presented panel discussions to the four seventh grade sections on the general topic of
PROPER PREPARATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL did so because of their realization of mistakes they had
made, and their desire to help younger students profit by their friendly advice
MEREDITH MCCL AIN
had also contributed
to the fine record of
Georgetown High Stu -
dents, for he became
a semi-finalist in the
Proud Paul receives
notification of his
honor from school
WE PROUDLY PRESENT OUR D, A,R, WINNER
AND OUR MERIT AWARD WINNERS
1960 winner of the Daughters of the American Revolution Citi
zenship award is Meredith McClain, selected for good citizenship
dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism,
Mrs. Martin, a former regent of the Georgetown chapter of D A F.
presents her granddaughter Meredith, with the gold and blue pin
citizenship symbol of the D, A, R,
Scholastically ranking in the top one and one half
per cent ofthe nation's graduates is Paul Hindelang
- - who became the fourth Merit Scholarship finalist from
Georgetown High S chool,
PAUL HIN DELANG
We proudly present our senior sponsors - -
We present, with no apology, - - -
Mr, Cavitt felt quick relief from
oxygen administered by senior boys,
After the daily run up a flight of
stairs, he really needs something
to help him organize all those facts
in world history.
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and our superintendent, in the long ago and in the present.
some senior Cut-ups, with a few underclassmen
who managed to get into the pictures,
"The Boiler Room Gang" Good
impersonations - or do you a-
gree? Do they remind you of
anyone? Characters in this
drama are Paul Hindelang, Dav-
id Adams, and David Carlson,
Don: "You say you can't stand the smell, Karen?"
Really, chemistry is not so bad, but it is work, and
it takes concentration, as shown here by intense ex-
pressions of Karen Cole, Randell Mickan, Don Todd,
Gary Boyd and Edwin Darnbush. Mrs, Medley ap-
pears to be having a lot of fun!
Mr, Fritz Stelzer: B,S, University
of Texasg Coach, commercial arith-
Mrs, Lilla Barnes: B,S, Southwestern Uni-
versityg General science, biology, co-spon-
sor of Student Council, Science Club, Nation-
al Honor Society, Blue Wings,
,AP . s
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Mr, James Cairnes:
B,S. Texas A8:Mg Vo-
sponsor F, F, A,
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Participation in activ-
places the crowns,
Honored candidates for the title of Mr, and Miss Georgetown High
School, chosen by teachers and students as representative of the ideal
Paula Wheeler and John
Doerfler, winners ofthe
title, shown just before
receiving their crowns and
just after they began their
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Mr. and Miss G.H.S.
Responsible for the decorations for the Mr.
and Miss G.H. S. coronation are these fine
workers: Patsy S., Renee F. , Bettie B. , Becky
S., Carolyn P., Mike W., Kay C. , Sandra
C., Linda H., Margo G., Dane E., Walter
M., Richard F., David P.
The King and
Queen dance thc
night away amid
the splendor of
their coronation ,x
A hearts and flowers theme beautified the gymnasium.
Ready to take off for
fr x the meet are all these
contestants who are
hoping to bring back
from Round Rock some
kind of honor or rec-
ognition for George-
town High School.
Joining hands in a wish for luck are the alternates who
furnished real competition for those who went to contest
Bonnie S. , poetryg Karen H. , ready writlngg Margie A.,
shorthand, Patsy S., typing: Barbara H., spellingg Judy
W. , poetry.
All these brave people lined up here tried out for poetry reading. Emma Sralla,
Elnora Gibbs, Kathy Freydenfeldt, Jeanne Behrens, Gary Carlson, Gary Montgo-
mery, Meredith,McClain, Judy Wolf, Patty McDonald and Susan McCook. Some
had to drop out of the contest because of various conflicts in their time schedules,
but each deserves credit for trying .
DISTRICT INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE MEET puts our top
students as well as our top athletes, into competition for the
honor of representing our school, We feel justly proud of each
person who enters the competition, for the mere act of enter-
ing shows desire to excel, willingness to work, eagerness to
boost the school. To those who succeed in placing or winning
goes further recognition, but the Aerie Staff wishes to salute
each contestant who gave of his time, effort, and knowledge,
Shorthand experts, Roylene Homeyer and
Generally known for their mathematical ability are num- Pfacficillg their fillgef 9Xe1'CiSeS. IYPiSlS Kafhleell Miller,
ber sense entrants, Sterling Eanes, Randy Mercer, and Janie Edwards and Kay Caskey,
Miss Wilcox dictated many lists of spelling words to gf'
these letter wise spellers, Rita Rhea and Ann Wheeler, 'fl
as J is
THIRD PLACE WINNERS.
Laura Weir in junior declamation, Dav-
K, 5 id Carlson in boys' declamation, Sara
r-,,,, 4 Buchanan in readvwritinq, II7
Just for practice Meredith McClain, poetry reader,
offers Jimmy McDonald a topic to practice for an
extemporaneous speech, Eager to hear what he will
do with the topic are Juanita Cothran, typist, and
Agnes Miller, who is competing in declamation, All
are second place winners in District.
With the combination of Karen Cole's sparkling personal-
ity, eager ear, and retentive memory, it is no wonder that
she returned a State winner in extemporaneous speech, Her
topic was, "Are There Any Practical Benefits to the Ordin-
ary Citizen from Space RCSCHICU- " Admiring her District
medal is her coach, Mrs, Calvin Sanders,
Gary Montgomery's superior work on his
dialect poem "In Hamm' county-1809"
was certainly profitable, He returned with
a District First in boys' poetry, and was
rated Third in Regional competition,
Deeply engrossed in her declamation "They
Stood Alone" is Sandra Pennington. She
also won a First in District and a Third in
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
members are announ-
ced at "Parents' Night
at School. " Through
faculty efforts, spear-
headed by Mrs. Hinde
lang, G,H,S, obtain-
ed a national charter.
The thirteen seniors
and eleven juniors fnot
all shownj assemble
after their recognition.
They are happy and
proud, but also, they
Scenes from the first
meeting of the Honor
Society, The very
first president, Paul
Hindelang, tout of
camera rangej is pre-
siding, also serving
are Carlela Keys, vice
Ella Ruth Kokel, treas-
Membership in the National Honor Society is limited by
its constitution to 20070 of the seniors and 15010 of the juniors,
Students are selected by the faculty according to their possess
SHIP, and SCHOLARSHIP, Choosing from among the many
worthy students is extremely difficult, and the greatest of
care must be exercised in order that the final choices are the
very most deserving of the deserving,
ion of the characteristics of CHARACTER, SERVICE, LEADER-
l20 ' '
BANQUET is stupen-
Money -mad juniors
finally released the
purse strings to present
the seniors with their
annual banquet, The
Mardi-Gras setting in-
cluded a mask for each
At the head table were
seated, among others,
Meredith McClain, Don
Todd, Richard Finch,
Randy Mercer, Rever-
end Richard Smith and
Decorations included balloons in a net and hand ainted wall flats in blue, red and
gray diamonds, A bubbling fountain graced the garden, and romantic white iron furni-
ture helped the il1uSiO11. The gym disappeared in a mask of loveliness,
Trying to place the balloons are Wondering if, when they finish, it will Climaxing the evening was the
Ronnie Fox, Edgar Wnthridge and look like "ole" New Orleans, are Donna arrival of the huge cake which
Agnes Miller, Bishop and Ann Wheeler, contained a surprise. Patsy, Kay
Carra and Jeannie are the cake
No one minds being photographed when she for hej looks her best -
witness these smiles,
Here in gentlemen's corner the conversation is brisk,
Frances Coronado enjoys Daniel Aleman's gracious manner
When the big cake was wheeled in, out Jumped Betty Knauth,
who entertained with a jester's act.
Leading the Mardi Gras Parade is Bill Ragsdale's Orchestra. Every- Noisy blll hearty is me SOl1g Of NUS gf0UP.
one marched prettily to the strains of "When the Saints Come who plainly are putting their all into singing
Marching In". the original welcome song,
Pretty juniors posing in the garden and Unique costumes for every waiter and waitress helped stimulate the
hoping to "get their pitcliurs took", Mardi Gras idea, All costumes were attractive, and some of them
successfully concealed the identity of the server,
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Selected to attend Boys' State in Austin were Charlie
Williams and Stanford Armstrong for 1959: Mike Weir,
Randy Mercer, and Jimmy Petrosky for 1960. Charlie
is going again this year as junior counselor,
Selected to attend the Summer Science Training
program at Texas ASLM, John Atkin relaxes on
his porch and wonders if his project of raising
fruit flies had anything to do with the showing he
made on the aptitude test.
All Star Cast from One Act Play Night examining bric-a-brac used as props in "Sham," Marcelo Tafoya, from "Sub-
merged", Paul l-lindelang and Karen Cole, best actor and actress from "Sham", Sara Buchanan andSandra Pennington,
as well as Clifford Langford Qby Marceloj from "The Summons of Sariel, " Carlela Keys and Kathy Freydenfeldt re-
ceived honorable mention.
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Receiving the Ralph B, Hickman Scholarship '
Award from Principal Williams is his deserv-
in son Charlie who was Selected b Vote Winners of medals for highest averages in subjects listed:
g ' ' Y Brian Wicke, mathematics, Dane Evans, Spanish, Paul Hinde-
of a faculty committee, , , ,
lang, Best Thespian, Barbara Hindelang, English, Arlene
Jacobs, Homemaking and Science, Janie Edwards, Typing,
Carlela Keys, another Best Thespian, Melvin McLaughlin
received the history medal.
Honor juniors, selected by the senior class to Nominees for American Legion Citizenship
escort them at Baccalaureate and Commence- Award, selected by vote of classes: fresh-
ment exercises, Patsy Scott, David Parsley, Kay men Cnot shownj Brenda Langford and Don
Caskey, Gordon Peterson, Morris, sophomores, Gene Jacob, Arlene
Jacob, juniors, Glen Schaefer and Jeannie
.,, my Parker, seniors, Paula Wheelerfnot shownj
and David Woodfin, Selected as the winners
by faculty, Glen Schaefer and Arlene Jacob.
Based on a four year average, twelve students
maintained an average of above 90, Shown are
Jim McDonald, 91. 96, Meredith McClain, 95.49,
Paula Wheeler, 92. 7, John Doerfler, 92,21, Randell
Mickan, 91, 62, Karen Cole, 92, 31, Melvin McLaugh-
lin, 92, 66, Nelda Davis, 90.95, Not available for
picture, Kathy Freydenfeldt, 93. 26, Orlau Ihms, 90.
65, Sara Buchanan 90, 54, Roylene Homeyer, 91, 01,
These seniors and their dates are enjoying SENIOR DAY, which includes
a chicken barbeque. No barbeque is complete without the trimmings, and the
trimmings include BUTTER KRUST!
No meal is complete without bread -- no bread to equal that fresh baked
flavor of BUTTER KRUST, "Soft Baked" for lasting freshness.
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Donny: "Why, these are the most durable
hinges money can buy, and good looking,
Eddie: "That's the only kind of material you
get when you patronize THE PARKER
LUMBER COMPANY. "
Donny: "Yes, my dad and granddad do the
best construction jobs ever. "
THE PARKER LUMBER CO.
North Highway si UN3-2910
No matter what your
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We have a complete
stock of drugs and cos-
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Gus? Drug Stare
Across From the Hospital
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You're never too young to learn the importance of saving, " ex-
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Paul Hindelang land Karen Cole know how to be really refreshed! They
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bright and lively . . . the cold crisp taste that deeply satisfies! No
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FOR THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES
Linda says, "Hurry to DAIRY
HILL, Maurice. I'm so hungry,
I hurt. "
"Stop! Can't you smell those
delicious hamburgers ? "
"Don't just stand there, man,
get a move on! Other hungry
people are waiting. "
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y at reasonable prices.
Stroll over to We welcome this new industry to
WESTERN AUTO STORE Georgetown-
704 Austin Ave. Phone UN 3-2633
whe re you can buy anything from Visit our factory on South Church
bandaids to baby carts!
David Woodfin, Selinda Montgomery
Shop FAIRWAY FOOD MARKET for
the finest of fine food buys. iiii A A
717 Main street Phone UN 3-2811 if 'M
Charlie Williams and Billy Davis
Sons Brian and Dane visit Mr. Evans at his office.
Notice how efficiently everything is arranged.
WALLACE EVANS INSURANCE AGENCY
Georgetown, Texas P. O. Box 489
. Auto . Fire . Life . Hospitalization .
Insurance Designed to Fit Your Needs
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LUMBER 8: HARDWARE CO.
All farmers., Future Farmers, and
girls who know -- agree that
FLETCHER GRAIN at 821 Austin
Avenue carries the best line of grain
and feed supplies.
Sara: You all make me so mad! Why
don't you hurry up and finish your
pages for the annual so we can go
down to the comfortable, air condi-
tioned PALACE THEATER and cele-
Pete: Don't sweat it.
Selinda: Aw, let's postpone the whole
thing. Come on gang, let's all go get
cooled off and relaxed. T
PALACE THEATER A
814 Austin Avenue
Joyce Pai-tain, Patsy Scott, and Kyra Lee Jones, all under-
classmen, usher Sara Buchanan, senior, into the sleek, new
Corvair shown here in the COMPTON CHEVROLET showroom
at 914 Main. Phone: UN3-2521
IDEAL BEAUTY SHOP
Your Individual Needs
Are Catered to . . . and Satisfied
Don't let hair problems get your goat or
cause you to lose your head. Trot down to
IDEAL BEAUTY SHOP and let their expe-
rienced hair stylist take care of all your hair
and beauty needs .
DORA HOMEYER DAVIS - Owner
T 1004 Austin Avenue
Some salesmen, these Glasscock
boys! However Sarnmie Morris isn't
really considering this size for himself
he's just helping the boys to prove that
the whole family can be outfitted at
DRY GOODS STORE
718 Austin Avenue,
No matter what size or type
merchandise is needed.
Phone UN 3-2995
Big Anniversary Sale at PIGGLY WIGGLY attracts even teen-age shoppers,
such as Janet Vernango, Linda Tombs and Ann Barton, who recognize quality
and good prices too!
l00l Austin Avenue Phone 3-2518
GEORGETOWN OIL MILL
at 600-620 West 17th Street
Grain and cotton seed and provides
This company is composed of loyal Eagle
Boosters, so remember to give them the
same consideration they give us.
Proud of the eagle Donna drew on the band
bus are Melvin, Donna and Orlan.
C. S. SANDERS
C. L. U., Representing
o , l SOUTHWESTERN LIFE
We are making a big noise for the new
owners of the Lundblad Hardware Store,
now BOUFFARD 8: MOORE, where you
find a large selection of gifts, house- Georgetown Texas
hold equipment, and hardware. ,
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708 Austin Avenue Q
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Everybody and his
dog trades at
Johnnie Hutte and
junior high students,
do a kind deed for
Mrs. McClain in tak-
ing her car to be
1202 Austin Ave.
Phone for service
THE LACKEY'S SINCLAIR STATION
at 602 Austin Avenue, Georgetown, up-
holds the standards of Sinclair service -
clean station, superior quality gas and
oil, and quick, efficient service.
MARVIN EDW AR DS,
Janie and her jeep, p A
"Little Willie, " with A
friends Mike Weir,
and Sandra Penning-
the thorough service
given to all vehicles.
YOUR TROUBLES RAILROAD COMPANY,
JONES AUTO SUPPLY
We Sell Wholesale Auto Parts
Phone UN 3-2551
or Don't let this little train fool you.
There's nothing small time about
Come bY THE GEORGETOWN RAILROAD
909 Austin Avenue
In continuous service since 1878
Shippers of live stock from all
Georgetown parts of central Texas - attention!
Georgetown is a centrally located
shipping point for livestock
Competing with Carolyn Chambers, who
is showing David Carlson the crystal
she has chosen, is Judy Reid, who is
explaining why she has chosen this pat-
tern from the many other lovely pat-
terns stocked by MRS. ISOM.
Jamet Vernango and Linda Tombs seem
to be delighted at the teakettle and alu-
minum pan they found while visiting
ISOM'S. These are just two of the many
useful household items, as well as gift
items, to be found at
ISOM'S SPORTING GOODS
8. GIFT SHOP
1009 Austin Avenue
Phone UN 3-2412
FUNERAL HOME Q E
Air conditioned A A
Safe Funeral Insurance Q 4 E
Annual Staffers drink a toast to AS , B
and with PURE MILK. We drink 5 ,lg
PURE MILK in our lunchroom, too. q f
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Sing out in praise of
WOLF'S WOOL 8. MOHAIR
not just at Rodeo time, but anytime for
they buy Wool and mohair and they sell
feed, seed, hardware, and leather , ,
It's a family matter and a matter OI
goods' family pride that the IHMS sen the best
They have saddles, bridles, and chaps, and freshest of eggs. For a diet that
and Gulf Oil products: tires, batteries, gives you proper energy - lots of "get
retail and wholesale. up and go" - use IHMS first quality eggs.
723 W. 12th Street
Phone UN3-2921 Route 4 Dial UN3-2681
Orlan Ihms, Melvin
Kelm and Pat Robbins en-
joy the view from the top
E of the DAIRY NOOK where
I good food is served in-
side and out. FINCHEPJS
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE
STAND next door keeps
the DAIRY NOOK well
supplied with choice veg-
etables and fruits, as well
as supplying many homes
in Georgetown and many
THE DAIRY NOOK 8. FINCHER'S
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE STAND
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Don't get up in the air
When your tin Work needs repair.
Call the PERRY TIN SHOP for
expert installation and service.
Here in the band hall Wilma .Io
Perry is watching her sister, Alma,
Donna Bishop and Paula Wheeler tank
up at BUDDY'S SINCLAIR STATION
after a Pep Rally. Buddy Glass's sta-
tion is a friendly place for Georgetown
High students. He will be glad to put
that good Sinclair gas in your car or in
practice her clarinet.
J T P R 4tC""'
. . E RY TIN SHOP 0, 'P SINCLAIR STATION
1905 Austin 0 gg Right across from the
Phone UN 3-2424 'YSOLG high school
Big girls as Well as 'itty bitty girls will find everything they need
at BEN FRANKLIN where friendly Mrs. Keys is helping her daugh-
ter Carlela and friend Karen Cole select an appropriate dolly. BEN
FRANKLIN has a good stock and they want to serve you.
702 Austin Georgetown Phone UN 3-2320
For better flavor
always ask for
"Please let me open my Pepsi," says Donna. "It's
no fair making me stand here while the others are
getting ahead of me. I need refreshing too."
Janet Vernango, Donna Bishop, Dane Evans and John Atkin celebrate
the end of school and the beginning of summer with a refresher.
If you run fast enough, you might get there first,
but a surer and more pleasant way would be to see
GEORGETOWN AUTO SALES
at 212 West 12th, Georgetown, Texas
for a Pontiac, America's number one
Phone: UN 3-2195 Pdlllflf...
1908 Austin Avenue
has cool, clean, peaceful air-conditioned
Panel Ray heated in winter.
MR. and MRS. W. C. BERG, Owners
Call Un 3-2233 for a reservation for your guests
Ann Barton, Ann Wheeler, Diane
Christie, Dorothy Pope, and Paula
Wheeler are admiring the exclusive
handmade aprons, the stylish hats and
bags, and the cute rag dolls which
Tula has in her gift shop.
712 Austin Avenue
Phone Number UN 3-3144
R. R. "RED" MESSER'S GEORGETOWN INSURANCE AGENCY-
We'd Like to Plan a Complete Insurance
Prog ram for You.
Phone Number UN 3-2909 Office UN 3-3440 Residence
Red Messer and his sec
retary Mrs. Jeanne
Arthur give each policy
the same careful atten-
tion that they are giving
this one .
808 Austin Avenue
No matter how you ride in a
Galaxie, its comfort and
convenience will amaze you.
Come to our showroom at
501 Austin Avenue and see for
UN 3-2240 Parts UN3-2241
From their position near the eco-
nomical new Ford Falcon parked in
front of the DRAEGER MOTOR
COMPANY showroom, Linda Tombs
and Selinda Montgomery watch the
many other Fords go by on Highway
S. T. ATKIN
Sells fine bedroom and living room
furniture, and Westinghouse
All items sold on convenient terms.
Come in to pick out items for
your dream home and a Lane
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Are You Saving for Your
Dream Car ?
370 Now Paid on
THE FARMERS STATE BANK
716 Austin Avenue Phone UN 3-3330 V
The re's always a wide selection of nationally advertised brands
at GOLD'S DEPARTMENT STORE. The building is being expanded
in order that you may shop with greater comfort and ease.
Visit the new store at 105-106 West 7th Dial UN3-3567
is maintaining its reputation for
printing the news, and for courteous
serviceg but look at their beautiful
new business office! It's like a big
Buy stationery, Christmas cards, and
office supplies from our friend - the
THE wlLuAMsoN COUNTY suN Mr- Stark of S'fARK'S HUMBLE
SERVICE STATION shows son Wayne
exactly how to check the oil. Eve ry
thing is done right at STARK'S where
your car is given individual consid
12th and Main
Contemplating the beauties of the new Oldsmobile are Diane
Christie and Ann Barton at FREUND MOTOR COMPANY. Mr.
Freund also deals in Cadillacs and GMC trucks. See FREUND for
prompt, efficient service.
118 East 7th
Dial UN 3-Zlll
Whoopsl If you are the type that
insists on walking under ladders or
toppling off them, take out insur-
Better play safe, anyway - Every-
one needs insurance - and any kind
can be obtained from
114 East 8th UN 3-2961
HI-WAY 81 GULF STATION
SAM ERICSON, Proprietor
Have you tried the
fine new station on
the corner of 12th
This blond young lady says that she
can recommend the service highly,
as for the products - well - every-
one knows the good Gulf quality.
1 I WILLIAMS PLUMBING 8. SHEET METAL
We rarely see John Doerfler in this much
clothing. He's handsome decked out in his
formal attire, but for working he prefers
, the "bare necessities." Mr. Williams says m
that he has an efficient helper in John, and Q
W ' that the Williams Company will make new
Q installations or do repair work with efficiency.
Also, Mr. Williams sells Coleman Central Heating and Air
Conditioning, the best that can be bought.
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BUCHHCLZ EXCLUSIVE SHOP
for girls and women
It doesn't matter what the occasion - whether it is formal, l
semi-formal, or informal - there is something right for
you at the BUCHHOLZ SHOP.
Judy Wolf in a colorful and becoming frock with escort
Paul Hindelang at the junior-senior banquet.
Mrs. Buchholz and her staff will give your needs their
f ' J f , ' - Here at GREENWAY's Dane Evans, Donna
'f' ex 1.
QVQMI It Bishop, and John Atkin get e eieeer ieek
at the menu board, before giving their
orders to Sheryl White, daughter of the
Travis Whites, owners. Leaning car hop
.Terry Moore wishes more patrons would
show such energy. Who else is that? Why,
i that's Mrs. McClain hurrying to the juke
box to play her favorite hit tune, "Bo
Diddle y. H
"Well, boys, which one of you lucky
fellows would like to take me to
GREENWAY'S after school to get me
an order of French fries, a finger
steak, a chocolate malt, and a hot
dog a la mode '?"
ed comfort at
1011 Austin Avenue
Sylvia Thorne and Mildred Hill
show their good sense by coming
to L. 8: M. It's the rush hour, so
they were happy that they were
able to get this good table.
Why don't you try our Sunday
dinners ? Or our Dinners any day
of the Week?
If you're absolutely "beat" you might enjoy
sitting on the floor and eating sardines, but al-
most everybody prefers to dine in air condition-
L 8. M CAFE
stop that knock
in your car!
Pad on out to an
station and oil
up that heap!
If you use HUMBLE oil and gas,
you'11 be soooo satisfied!
S C. A. FORBES, Bulk Agent
Box 226, Georgetown, Texas
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