Georgetown High School - Broadcast Yearbook (Georgetown, IN)

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I-WHY 50439 Ferdinand Madam. . .gnu N., nbgq . . . .gym mlm o a 0 o a all clrlivlln a 0 0 3'u mdout a 0 a a ob altar 0 a,'o 0 ll mania a a a o a 0 o'll ohlf male a I It :GNU VOYLE B iumcnn NCI Q a 0 mra Bllkltbllla 0 a a .3'b M- 't a a a 3'a 0 a all M10 0 0 0 a a a a E clflifll.. . , , , .14 cl-Ill o 0 o o o o nolmamu Pm-HIS! 618. cluba a a a a o a umvnlyloaa 003 B.nd.,. . ...1, Als't Librarian. . . . 3-14 Carnival . . . . . 1-2 V a o a o 0 a 0 3 , , , , lp2u3nh .. 4-W"W" .. ' V KQ - Y onomn mmmsrrrm mm mcmuzr V336-5 I-if zwi., . - "" - . momma Staff. . . . . 1 'L A kk uf Ni v .' L ,H I dll a a o a a 1l'2-3-If cllll ml, n a o o s s 3'!l -- '.1:gF:3- V M .. .1 BOOltOl'. 0 0 0 Q Q EIHLDIECRAJB JAIEIAEHH alll clubs a a o a 0 3 rs Ha An o a 0 o 2'3 M ' ' 0 lane Uluamay.. ,,,1, Bild---. ..3-I4 -clflifllaa sal Boo.t.r" aah! A l 1 E ? S Y Q r b . 5 s H3338 owvlloo lDKlIABLB llkotbdll.. 6u'ntva1..- , WUIIIIIUHJY 0100 Club . . Carnival . . IUBHITIIIB-IB! Clan Play . . . . mivlla o 0 0 o I 0 l P IIARD CEB. olfllvdo 1 e 0 o3'a TIE BAE Bill 0 Q 0 Q o1'2' 0 clrnivll Q 0 0 0 .ang CEU. LOCBIAN cllll offi0a'u 0 0 o Q 0 2 Booltlro 0 0 0 0 0 0 ifbllle o o o o on 1 U n 5 E f i 4 E i l F Q 5 5 2 B u Wdczfofaq On September l, 1948, we began our four years of high school at old G. H. S. as Green Freshman. lhch was to happen in those coming years, but we were too concerned about initiation to think unch of the future. We know that every organization must have leaders so we held an election. 'lhe winners: Martha Perkins, President-- Charles Kerr, Vice President--Nancy Mason, Secretary--Billy King, 'h'easurer-- And to keep the world informed of our progress--Anna Goodman and George Umensetter. llr. McAfee was chosen as our sponsor. le worked hard that first year, but a skating party and a pic- nic brightened things. September 3, 1948 soon rolled around and we began once more filling our heads with the fine points of education. The election disclosed new faces among our leaders. They were: Charles Kerr, President--James Spalding, Vice President--Cecil Lockman, Secretary --Patty Walts, Treasurer--Nancy lhson, Delbert Sharp, Reporters. For entertainment we again went skating and had a picnic. Vacation quickly passed and we returned to reacquaint ourselves with school and schoolmates as Jolly Juniors, on Septsnber 6, 1950. The new officers--Donald Corbett, President--Dickie Willis, Vice President--Anna Goodman, Secretary--Patty Walts, Treasurer--Evelyn Sinners and Bobby Baker, Reporters. The theme of our reception for the Seniors was 'Hitch Your Wagon to a Star'. We had a lot of fun along with the work gett- ing ready for it. September 7, 1951 began our shortest and most manorable year at G. H. S. To lead us through that year we elected Martha Perkins, President--Dallas Utz, Vice President--Patty Walts, Treasurer-- Anna Goodman, Secretary-- and Marilyn Missi and Delbert Sharp, Reporters. In January we elected a new Secretary, Virginia Houck. The Junior and Senior reception started the activities off at the end of the year. Then came Baccalaureate, but the things that we'll probably remember most are commencement and our trip to Chicago , .ff Q' " , I ji.: 3 me ' SIP x, 'Amr . , K. V ,. . 3 X 1' 'ia ' Vs? .f isi L. ' , f :E - 'Sig ,, 44 4 1 A Wd! We the Seniors of Georgetown High School being as ueual of divided mind and about to leave school wish to leave to various people our prop erty to uit: I, Larry Board, leave to Donald Cooksey my ability to attract the sweet young things. I, Regina McCauley, leave to Dorothy Beery my collection of baseball pictures. I am going to get a real player. I, George Umensetter, leave to John Boyd all my loud talk. All I can say in the Navy is Yes Sir. I, Homer Reinmiller, leave to Lucille Chaney memories of the hours we have spent by the drinking fountain. I, Delbert Sharp, leave my careful driving to Dorothy Davis. I, Earlene Craig, leave my ability to argue with M . Moore to Wanda blone I, Norma Beery, leave my freshman boyfriend to Alberta Marking. I, Charles Kerr, leave my late hours to Stanley Trinkle. I, Marilyn Missi, leave my quiet ways to Mary Jane Smith. I, Barbara Mills, leave my blushes and freckles to Wilma Volz. I, Bobby Miller, leave to Paul Emerson m athletic inclination. I, Iohnny Voyles, leave my constant tardiness to Norma Green. I, Donnie Kbithley, leave to Jeannette Babbitt my method of trans- portation to school. I, Anna White, leave my skill to hooking a man in my senior year to Patty Smith. I, Bobby Baker, leave m mechanic ability to Gene Emerson. I, Bobby Dreher, leave my steady girl friends to Ray Herthel. I, Eddie Cecil, leave my pinball machine luck to L arry Tyler. I, Paul Hise, leave to Frank Cecil my long legs. I, Dick Willis, leave to Donnie Love my engineering skill. I, Marilyn Byrne, leave my typing speed to Marvin Kerr. I, Wilma Long, leave to Betty Higginbothan my fifth period talks with Mr. Cochran. n 5 5 5 f 5 . E E i E I , , A 5 A F E 1 n i T1 a i 5 5 s 5 5 3 s 1 z F 5 F Z I F a 4 s l A I Edmund Knable, leave to W brother Charles, all W errors in Book- keeping to add to the ones I know he will make next year. Dallas Utz, leave to Suggie Sinex W studious ways and quiet manner. Virginia Rouck, leave to Jean Lykins W long hair, due to the recent catastrophe that occured. Bernadette llarking, leave W halit of chewing gum in Bookkeeping Class to Ruby Loyd. Martha Perkins, leave W success with the boys to Mary Jean and Bonnie Lockman. Cecil Lockman, leave my 'whitty sayings' to Elmer Williams. Jimmie Fanneley, leave W curley hair to Donnie Hurst. Karl Jenkins, -leave W interest in Government class to Gradie Abbott Dorothy Gunn, .leave to Delores Reber and Helen Gunn W magnificant alto voice. Nancy Mason, leave to Shirley Sheckler W friendship with Martha Cauble as I will spend full time with P. A. Patty Walte, leave W job of delivering milk every afternoon to Jerry Banet. We, The Seniors, leave all our noise in class to Mr. McAfee. We, the Seniors, leave the problem of getting us in our seats on time to lr. Hoore. We, the Seniors, leave all our mistakes in Bookkeeping to Mr. Cochran. We the Seniors, leave all the English we have butchered to Mrs. lock and Mrs. Gibboneyf We, the Seniors, leave to lr. Richards and We, the Seniors, leave We, the Seniors, leave me Icoshlere We, the Seniors, leave our sore throats from yelling at the ballgames Mr. Patterson. our neat and emaculate art room to Miss Miller. our infalible and punctual home projects to - to Mr. Neely all our sour notes. K f 2 a . E , . ! I I x w 5 1 a I + , S a 3 1 Q 5 S P While I have been working very hard to save some money so that I might some dey take a trip, I have now reached that goal. I left on .Tune 5, 1960. I boarded s plane and guess who was pilot. No other than Bobby Baker. I ordered a bite to eat and the waitress came in and it was, yes, Norma Beary., the stewardsss. When I got off the plane I flagged a taxicab, with Johnw Voyles- at the wheel. I got to 5th and lhrket and stopped off to buy me a drink., and who was the bar tender but Delbert Sharp. I decided then to read up on the latest news.. I didn't have aw change so I got it from a singing beggar who surprised me to be Charlie Kerr. I began to read the headlines and they read as follows: EDDND ENABLE ON BOND FOR NONSUPPORT OF TEN CHILDRE1. That really stunned me but not so much as later I found out that his wife was Dorothy Gunn.. I decided to see the New York Yankees play baseball and who do you think was on the mound but Dallas Utzf, with Dickie CYoggiJ Willis behind the plate. You should have seen lhnagecr Ibler Reilliller giv- ing the umpire heck, who was George Ihensetter,, which surprised me a bit too. While watching the gms a fight started in. the stands. lhen the police nabbed thm, it was Bobby lliller and Bobby Dreher fighting over Barbara llills. I then left the gms and went to a prize fight to see a champion- ship bout between Cecil Loclenan, 235 lbs. and the contender Edwardl Cecil 185 lbs. It was: aa good fight until Edward knocked Cecil out of the ropes in the second round. Leaving the big city, I decided to take in a circus. I met some other school pals from-Georgetown back in 1952. .I saw Earlene Craig, the thinnest woman in the world, bar none, Karl Jenkins, the ugliest nan in the world, llarilyn Byrne, the fattest woman in the world, Larry Board, the man no one could throw down in 5 minutes, .Tunes Farnsley,. the 85-foot well diver, Regina llcCauley, the mst beautiful woman in the world.. While leaving the circus, e hungry old beggar was asking for mney. I kindly gave Paul Hise 504. From there I went to a high class night club with no other than the mmlti-millionaire, Donnie Keithley, in his 1960 Rocket.. The club was a swell place with owner llartha Perkins selling cigarettes. The enter- taiment was provided with lhrilyn lissi singing 'Rocket Ship Boogie.' All went well till the police had to throw Patty lalts out because she was disturbing the peace.. Some of my pals had good jobs in the Woolworth Store too. I met Virginia Rouck selling girdles, Ihncy lhson selling books on 'How to- Hold a llan,' and Wilma Long selling diapers. I : 5 E i 5 5 1 E R i i 5 1 i i x : v 1 K U E As I have seen all that I wanted to see and a little more, I boarded a plane and flew for home. I had a swell time till I got home and found out that Bernadette Marking had hung herself in the garage leaving a not saying, ' I couldn't get a man,' I sure felt sorry for that girl. To find out that Anna Marie had her second set of triplets gave me all the thrills I could stand on one trip '. Wana Valedictorian .. . . .. Dorothy Gunn Salutatorian .. . . Anna White Athletic . . Johnny Voyles Commercial .A . llarilyn llisei Activities In llarilyn Byrne Band .. .h . Janes Farnslqy Glee Club . .. ...... . Dorothy Gunn n.A.n. Good 'citizenship .. . . . lm-me Pu-kim I M i ?!4y4 DATE BAIT Cast . . O llary Walker. . . . . Ellily Walker. . . . was wB1kCro-0 oo 0 e e w. ' .-Q . . he nlenoeeoe 0000 mm' 'C Q-O C I 0-0 A1112 Gibb0n5eooe Harley Allen...... mithooeoee Lester Grey........ Dfficer Bensonn... eoeepatty ......Norma ...Jlarilyn mrne ooceolnna 0000111811 .Homer Reinmiller ooomnald COI'b6tt George Umensetter ...ihrtha Perkins eeeeeIoDa11a3 Utz oeoeoepaul H186 Q 0 0-0 0 Bakar .4 0 .R0b61't m'9hBI' THE GROOM SAID N0 Cast me IDBI-c rUmoeeeecooe-oooooooo-eaooooeeeeo-QEBTIBDS CRuler of the Cameron Householdj cieronoooooooe-econoe-coo-oneooeeeooeoaooeeuarilyn mae filer 114-year old daughterl virgia csleronoeeeeeeeoeooeeoaeeomooeeoeeemdette Unother daughter 162 SteYQ CTYOHQooeeeeeoeooeeeeeooeoeeoeceeeueeeembert CBelildered soul we Cameron.................................Char1es Kern' C'l'he easy goingfatheri wsu- mtthoeeoo oooeaooooo-eoeeeeeeooooooeoooooee-mrathy Gunn CCemeron's know-it-all neighborl 'illiiseeoeoeoooeoeooeooooeoooeeoooeeeoeeomb Miller CVirgie's first boy friendl wry Alice mtheeeeooooeeoesooeeeoeooaeoooeooeooewilma Clittle girl next doorl clara curtiseeeooaooooooeeeooeonoeooeoeeeeeeoeuartha Mggreesive girl Steve left homel Lt. Anderson. ooaooopoo ................sBarbara Clttractive Navy Nursel Ed mitheeeoeeeoonooeooeeeooeoe0eeoooeoeeeoG9m'8Q menaetter CA definite athlete in love with Claral 7 w 1 2 5 5 e F . lkv 11, 1952 8:00 p.m. PROGRAM PIANO PRELUDE 'lbonl ight Sonata' . . . . . . . . . .Beethoven ' Martha Cauble PROCESSIONAL MARCH 'God of Fathers' . . . . . . . . . . . . .G. Warren Martha Cauble INVOCATION. ........................ ... ..... Rev. D. W. Gorbett HYHN ............. . ..'Take the Name of .Tesus With You' W. H. Doane .... ...... C ongregation SCRIPTURE RWIIG. ........................... Rev. R. F. Vester vrhe of Ivy.es .nuooo oaeeeee eeeeeeeeue 5188011 Glee Club MESSAGE ............... . ........... . . . 'Rise Up and Build' . Rev. L. C. Sweeney SOM? 'The Lord Mr Pasture Shall Prepare' ............... .Shaw Glee Clubt eqeeqoo e eooooneaeono e oooe eeoeeeekeve oe oe Kirkham Mew lb, 1952 8:00 p.m. PRCBRAM MARCH 'The New Age' ..... .... Mer ang .... Band INVOCATION ......... . . . . . . .... James Farnsley TuRE 'mic v8lley.ene oooa e ooeoa eeee eeeeTHrveresonBand STUDENT SPEAKERS Theme: 'The World Calls To Youth' BECKONOIUIIIIIOIOOOIOOOOQOOl0COOl tlla LEADElaSIiIPeeec 4 ceeeeeeeenorothy Gunn IN THE CAUSE OF PEACE ...... . . . Anna Goodman Whi te TOO BUILD FOR FREEDOM. . . . .... . .Richard -Wi1li81 A CHALLENJE TO YOUTH. ......................... . . Robert Miller SELECTION 'Gypsy Guitars' ..................... Bennett .... Band Presentation of D. A. R. Good Citizenship Award ............ .. Mrs. Thomas Skelley MARCH 'Semper Fidelis' .......................... Sousa....Band Presentation of School Awards ......... Prin. Lawrence E. Moore Presentation of Class ........... ..... Pr in. Lawrence E. Moore Presentation of Diplomas...... .....Supt. Albert W. Koehler B CTIoN.lOlOOllOlClll OIIIIOIOOOJMS S . v a . 3 s f E 1 X E E S r 7 2 : u 3 s E Z E M UN DE RCLAS SMEN s 1 E i ? 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Second Row: Raymond Boyd, Charles Leon Davis, Edvard lbore,. Ronnie Dillinger, Patty Smith. Third Ron Xarlene Kimnel, Patsy Carter, Jackie Ihensetter, Paul Farnsley, Roberrt Boyd, James Farnsley. Standings Harold Shouse, Donnie Love, Billy Bryant, Shirley Sheckler, Patricia Thomas, lhjorettea Donna Sparrow, Dolores Reber, Winona Knable, Principal Lawrence lbore, Director Marshall Neeley.. Paul Gibson and Bobby Baker were not present when picture was taken. 606604 is ef FRC! LDT T0 RIGHTL First Ron. Carolyn mums, Donna Sparrow., Cleo Sauder, rsye Wilson, Berthazllarking, Joyce Hinton, Winona Knable,. Martha Fitch.. Second Rows, Nancy Tripura, Ethel Gunn, Dorothy Gunn, Sherry Corbett, Helen Gunn, Harriett Mills, Rose Singleton, Barbara Sa:-les, Wilma Volz, Mary Jean Lockman, Betty Emerson, Dolores Reber. Third. Bam Dorothy Ihvis, Martha Cauble, Donnie Love, Wayne Ible11,, Delbert Sharp, Paul Enerson, Jerry Banet, Larry Tyler, Alma Lee Smith. Marilyn Jaegers, Director Marshall Neeley. 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