Georgetown High School - Buffalo Yearbook (Georgetown, IL)

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HUMRICHOUS University of Colorado History, Civics, Economics, Senior Adviser. Faculty NW' rx W ,- f,-:ll ff X , x ,f' .ff , MADCIC LYNCH lufliuuu Stutc Tc-uclu-rs Coll:-gc fa , sv- B.A. A. E. JOHNSON liuglisln, l"rr-ru-li, Ifrciu-li Club. 1- I'il.AINl'i TVHCCHALAS Univ:-rsity of Illinois BS. English, History, Librarian, Drzuuzitics, Library Club. Vunclcrcook Collcgv of Music B.M.E. Band :incl Chorus. INHLDHED A. MARTIN Pr-nn Collcgc B.A. Conuncrcv, Student Council. ' 'm w ' A .K K Qc 4 ' . x 3 fs.. 1 l ,N t www' Pain' Fiftrsn .N ,. A I-we Page Sixtccn MARGARET PARKE Illinois State Normal University B.S. Physical Education, English, G.A.A. BETTY REINERIO Indiana State Teachers College B.S. Typing, Shorthand, Buffalo Ad- viser. ...sskwr ALICE E. REES Earlham College Columbia University B.A., M.A. Latin, English, Iunior Adviser, Latin Club EVERETT L. SANDUSKY University of Illinois B.S. Vocational Agriculture, F.F.A Adviser. jln .,v SYS, F, if "' 55- . 5 Q G, i f . fs- MARTIIA E. SIIEWV Indiana State 'l'c'a1c-iwrs Colin-gc B.S. XVOCRIUOIILII Home EL'0Il0llliCS, F.ll.A. Advisor. Cl,IN'l'0N YAltBRUliCH We-ste-rn Iliinois Staltv Cuiivgr' HS. l'I1ysit-ul i'iIilli'2lliUll, History, Cc-ogruphy, Drivvrs Tmining, Footlmull Assistant, Buskvtlmll Couvii. ltOl5I'Ilt'l' S. YOUNG 'Iilw Stout Inxtitutx- B.S. Industrial Arts, Ass't Coach, Freshman Adviser. gf 7' ffff CAROLYN COLCYNSKI Sa-crctury. LUV 'A JDN.. Se niorS I FW awk CUTWE COMMITTEE: 1 , A EUS . Mary Lou NVIHXJQQE: Tgykjfy Sttgqllgfugfgiilbel P3ter?n'1E6zit0r61- ' . hon, 0 ' Gene Peggy CM I Gardner, First R01U"BeVdw Pdbbkl. P0110 Efglltrfn CLASS OFFICERS: Second Row-M , ,. James Reader, President. r. Cox Mrs Humrichous, First How-Carl Cunningham, Vice- Presidentg Carole Mollett, Treasurerg Pearl Ramsey, Secretary. N A V X W' ,, f f if 'iff J' i 1 1 1 , jx with., ff J fx U '7 i X KXJKXXX I Cm 2 FX 1 Y-X + f .Q X, A fx QQ? ff 'el X0 X All A 4 K X gxxgff 9 Q bf I M X 0 -I 1 -5 F xv- Sf x r , g if Q K , , 'th f . 5 , N99 :MN V! v J SHIRLEY ANN AcoRD SHIRLEY ANN ACORD Shirl For crying out loud "Indian Love Call" Movies C.A.A. 1, F.H.A. 2, 8, 4, Secre- tary and Treasurer 4, Executive Committee 3, French Club 3, 4, Vice President 8, Senior Variety Show. KENNETH RAY BENNETT Tator Boys will be boys, while girls try to be "Bumble Boogie" Being with my girl Football 2, Track I, 2, Sportsman- ship Committee I, Senior Variety Show. KENNETH RAY BENNETT WILLIAM CURTIS AUSTIN WILLIAM CURTIS AUSTIN Bill Let's go "Hey, Little Girl, I Got A Eye For You" Dancing, parties, and skating Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo 2, Letter 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letters 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. WALTER LEON BONEBRAKE Walt Who, Me? "Kiss of Fire" Hunting, iishing, and going out with girls French Club 4, Senior Variety Show. WALTER LEON BONEBRAKE BEVERLY JUNE BARNETI' BEVERLY JUNE BARNETT Bev Make haste slowly "Someone To VVatch Over Me" F.H.A. 1, 2, Executive Committee 1, 2, French Club 3, 4, All School Play 1, junior Play, Assistant Di- rector, Artist for Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. CLYDE HENRY BROOKS Beaver To stay sharp, be cool, calm, and always collective "Wheeling And A Rocking" Skating, dancing, and parties Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. CLYDE HENRY BRooxs Page Twenty 7 :Q 4 1 .. -if ,, ' 4.. ff " f ,k:E'f V.,k , V fu 1 y 1 A", , ' A 'f.fSM6" I-1 Qtr,-1-.,,f PEGGY SUE CARLTON PEGGY SUE CARLTON Peg Y-es! "Dancing In The Dark" Having a good time F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Scrapbook Chairman 3, Executive Committee 4, French Club 2, 3, Vice Presi- dent 2, Junior Play, Buffalo Staff, Candidate for Homecoming Queen 1, Senior Variety Show. AMELIA FAYE CIIOOK Amy Ohl What Funl "Rhapsody In Blue" Singing and playing the piano Chorus 1, 2, 3, Accompanist 1, 2, District Contest 1, 2, 3, State Con- test 1, 2, Band 2, 3, District Con- test 2, Statc Contest 2, Music Award 2, Library Club 4, Latin Club 4, Buffalo Staff, Senior Var- iety Show. AMELIA FAYE CROOK If ' 'ol FRANK CORNWELL FRANK CORNWELL Frankie Give me five minutes more "Should I" Hunting Vice President 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo 1, Letter 2, 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. CARL EDWARD CUNNINGHAM Carl Eddie O! It's all in your head "Sin" Eating F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4, Band 1, 2, 4, Executive Commit- tee 2, Vice President 4, Football 1, 2, 4, Letter 4, Basketball 1, 2, Buffalo 1, Track 2, 3, Buffalo 2, 3, Math Club 4, Vice President 4. Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. CARL EDWARD CUNNINGHAM - , ' ,A Ja, f f r" :X5"f'Trt ttf? . " 451?1.1 L -. 1 944' I'-gl.-J ':Z5s'1"' 2? -Wd ' ' 2 "H fact-1 . A yr-,ft-as .- ,: f A., ,,,. 1,1 , ,V ,gh , .M ' "' An' 4 ' . 4- ,- gg r .'- rg' fig-2334 ?:t':"a :lffQ5F- it rm-z'-: -,-wc, N, g, 2: - :Y W ' :,,,S',fA " ng.-Ffivi ' 51:2 ' NANCY ANN COWELL NANCY ANN COWELL Nan Moo Moo I may be a man hater but there are exceptions "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" Dancing, swimming, and talk- ing to Ike Burch Danvile High School 1, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, junior Degree 3, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Awards 2, 3, 4, Sportsmanship Committee 4, Chorus 3, 4, District Contest 3, Student Director 3, Publicity 4, junior Play, Buffalo Staff, Librarv Club 4, Social Com- mittee 4, Librarian 2, Latin Club 4: Senior Variety Show. LARRY LELAND ELLIOTT Artie Who me-e? "Because Of You" Eating-eating! Student Council 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, President 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo 2, Letter 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Buf- falo 1, 3, Letter 2, Iunior Play Advertising Committee, Latin Club 2, Senior Variety Show. LARRY LELAND EL1.1o1'r Page Twenty-one WILLIAM DON FELGENHAUER AUGUST FINE1' IR. .l0HN DUNCAN FRATTICK . FB WE Taowts W A A1-158 NVILLIAM DON FELGENHAUER Bill Oh, I don't know "Beyond The Sunsetv President l, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Buffalo 1, 2, 3, Football Manager 3, Co-Editor of Buffalo, Senior Variety Show. AUGUST FINET, IR. Augie just fair "You Belong to Mel' Sleeping F.F.A. 3, Band 2, 3, Executive Committee 4, Basketball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, Iunior Play, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. RONIALD LEE CALYEN on Can't blame a fellow for trying "Three Little Wordsv Being with Bonnie and sports Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Bas- ketball l, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo 1, Letter 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Letter 3 4, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. DWIGHT WAYNE GALYEN Dwight What do ya say? "You Belong To Me" Hunting Basketball 1, 2, 3 4, Buffalo 1, Sportsmanship Committee 3, Buff falo Staff, Senior Variety Show RONALD LEE GALYEN Dwrcl-rr WAYNE GALYEN Page Twenty-two JOHN EUNCAN FRATTICK Iac The least anybody can do is nothing "You'll Never Walk Alone" Listening to Chicago Cubs Basketball 1, Basketball Manager 3, Football Manager 4, Track Manager 3, Junior Play 3, Senior Variety Show. THOMAS WAYNE FRAZIER Tommy Boy Hello ba-be "Claire De Lune" Speech, music, reading, and dancing Executive Committee 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Contest 1, 2, Student Director 3, Drum Major 3, Football 1, Track 2, junior Play, Speech Con- test 1, 2, 3, Awards 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Buffalo Staff, Senior Vari- ety Show 2, 4. BEVERLY IO GARDNER Bev Are you kidding? ustardustv Getting a kick out of life G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Executive Com- mittee 4, French Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Junior Play, Assistant Director, Buffalo Staff Business Manager, Senior Variety Show, D.A.R. Award. BEVERLY Io GARDNER 1 JERRY S'rAN'roN f:ElKAIlD 3 IERHY STANTON CERARD Duke O, No! "You Belong to Men Sports and Bev Football lg Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo l, 2, Letter 33, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Math Club 45 Senior Variety Show. L0llET'l'A JEAN HAMBLIN llaiubone Thrilll Thrilll "Because You'rc Mine" Going to movies with??? Westville lligh School 1, C.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 35 French Club 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. JOSEPH LEE IIAYWARD joe Gel on the Ball "Freight Train Blues" Baseball, icc skating, and hunting Math Club 4, Senior Variety Show. MARCUS HAUSSY Mark I'll be a grease monkeifs uncle "On Top Of Old Smoky" Football 1, 2, 8, Manager 4, Basketball 1, Manager 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4g Senior Variety Show. 4- ' ' ff 1 1 'L it .4 'Q Eff,-E ., aw gel ' '. di. J ' Q J. ' ,fb 'I A-J, ' .ki A , , 1 ' ' , " if . A 'Y 'S - if w 1: , I" I5 U V rr ,ef , , , . ,, , Q, , ,, .V :Vu I , K. K 1 t ' ' 5 E MARCUS Haussy CHARLES RICHARD ClI,KISlJN , . , V ' 'iii' CHAgKLE,S RICHARD CILKISON tu l'm hungry "Sunny Side of the Street" F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Band 1, 2, 3, President 2, Track 1, Buffalo lg flunior Play, Freshman Candidate or Carnival King, Sen- ior Variety Show. JAMES WILLIAM HART jim Let's go to Riclgefarm "VValking My Baby Back Home, Hunting, auto racing, and Sue F.F.A. 2, 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 35 Senior Variety Show. DELORES FAYE HAWN Dee Actions speak louder than words "Because Of You" English IV Cayuga High School 1, 2, 3, C.A.A. 4, Chorus 4, Secretary 45 Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 Senior Variety Show. DELORES FAYE HAWN .,,,. N ww LORETTA JEAN HAINIBLIN N my .RW-qs JAMES WI L.: i 1, ,,,, , LLIAIU HAR .J T JOSEPH LEE HAYWARD i Q W. N GORDON WESTLEY HOWARD C A1-HEBXN E ANN LEWIS PHYLLIS ELAINE HUGHES PHYLLIS ELAINE HUGHES Phyl Guess what? "I Went To Your Wedding" Going to movies F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Project Chairman 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Awards 1, 2, Band 2, French Club 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. CATHERINE ANN LEWIS- Cathy Famous last words "1'll Always Be in Looe With You" Doing as little as possible G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 4, Iunior Degree 2, Library Staff 2, Homecoming Queen 2, Latin Club 3, Secretary and Treasurer 3, Buffalo Staff, Junior Play, Dramatic Award, Senior Variety Show. RICHARD RAY LEWIS Dickie Come on! "He,s Moving On No.-2" Going to Indiana F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4, Band 1, 2, Chorus 3, Vice Presi- dent 2, Sportsmanship Committee 4, Football 1, 2, Track 1, Senoir Variety Show. CHARLES ALLEN LEWIS RICHARD RAY LEWIS Page Twenty-four DONALD JOHNSON DONALD JOHNSON Don Hi, you beautiful "Lawdy Miss Claudyv Sports Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. GORPON WESTLEY HOWARD lg Oh ba-be "I Went to Your Wedding" Hunting F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sentinel 4, Band 2, French Club 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. CHARLES ALLEN LEWIS Charlie Say, old man can you play a fiddle "Amazing Grace" Coon hunting, trapping, and terrorizing Bunsenville French Club 4, Senior Variety Show. ZEALIE LOUISE LOURDEAU Zee Better than that "Rock of Gibraltar" Being with Max G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Senior Var- iety Show. ZEALIE LOUISE LOURDEAU CARROLL CARTER MAUDLIN f ,hi s Q I ff" , ' 'f , , ,, 4 4 ,if If 'V 'gp as A g -' A rw I ' aff .0 ' - ' I I ll 551, l , ' CARROLL CARTER MAUDLIN Wanta bet F.F.A. 2, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 4, Basketball 2, 35 Track 1, 2, Senior Variety Show. MARVIN RAY MILLER Miller Life is no bed of roses "Tell Me VVhy" Sports Westville High School 1, 2, Foot- ball 1, 3, 4, Buffalo 1, Letter 3, 4' Track 2, 3, Buffalo 2, Senior Var: iety Show. SHIRLEY JEAN MITCHELL Mitch Oh Shoot "Beyond The Sunset" Swimming C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Sportsmanship Committee 1, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 2, Hjunior Play, Latin Club 35 Bu alo Staff, Senior Variety Show. NYRITA MAE NIMRICK Ny Oh my gosh "Because You're Mine" Going to Movies C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Award Ig F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. SHIRLEY JEAN MITCIIELL RODNEY DUANE MIKEL Eg "-fb" If XX RODNEY DUANE MIKEL Ape It takes time "I'm Yours" F.F.A. 1, 2, Reporter 2, Class President 2g Track I, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. ERNEST WILLIAM MILLS Ernie Bill You know "Wheel of Fortune" Women F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4g Student Council 2, vice-President 3, President 4, Class President 3, Football I, 25 Senior Variety Show. CAROLE LEE MOLLETT Shorty You know it!! "You Belong To Me" Dreaming C.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Award Ig Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Award 3, Librarian 2, Secretary 3, President 4, Class Treasurer 4, Junior Play, Queen Candidate for Variety Show 1, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. CAROLE LEE MOLLETT F' "'P 'X ER MARVIN RAY MILLER X as sf Q 2 9 , - Q71 tw. - NEST WILLIAM MILLS NYRITA MAE NIMRICK Page Twenty-live MABEL ARLENE PA1'rEN MABEL ARLENE PATTEN Mabe Oh! Fudge! 1 "Rhapsody In Bluel' Swimming, dancing and hav- ing fun with Moo G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Li- brarian 3, State Contest 1, 2, Flute Quartet 1, Executive Com- mittee 4, Junior Play, Latin Club 1, 2, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. JACK PRIBBLE Jackson I give you three hours to quit that! "Heart And Soull' Going out with Duksie Chorus 1, 4, Football 1, 4, Bas- ketball 1, Candidate for Carnival King 2, Senior Variety Show. CHARLES WILLIAM PA'l'l'ERSON CHARLES WILLIAM PATTERSON Charley You know it! 'Tm Yours" Eating Band 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Student Council 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Buffalo 2, Buifalo Stall, Senior Variety Show. PEARL RAMSEY Squirt Oh Janet, you silly girl! "An American In Parisl' Dancing and having a good time Chorus 1, Executive Committee 2, Class Secretary 4, Latin Club 1, Franch Club 2, 3, Secretary and Treasurer 2, 3, Junior Class Play, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. GENE PRIBBLE GENE PRIBBLE Pribl Don't ia .smart off boy! "Because Of You" Enjoying a quiet evening at Stoke's Executive Committee 4, French Club 3, 4, President 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo 1, Letter 2, 3, 4,- Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo 1, Letter 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Buffalo 2, 3, Senior Variety Show. JAMES RALPH READER Preach It's all in your mind "Sentimental Journey" Eating and hunting Class President 4, Class Vice President 1, Track 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Math Club 4, Senior Variety Show. JACK PRIBBLE PEARL RAMSEY JAMES RALPH READER Page Twenty-six V KENNETH FIIANcIs RICHARDS KENNETH FRANCIS RICHARD Kenny It's not what a man stands for, it's what he falls for "Zing A Little Zong" Hunting and going someplace F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, junior Play, Senior Variety Show. DAVID ALAN SMITH Dave What's going on? "Meet Mr. CZllilhilH', Danville girls F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Parliamentary Team 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Buffalo 1, 3, Letter 2, junior Play, Senior Var- icty Show. DAVID ALAN SMITH 1 l 1 is 5 l I? 13 , I 4' I , ,jg iat, , I . ,'4.t ' ,vif . aa. gf f E. gy, I, 4. I 'fa -.f W' LEo STEVE SEED IR. LEO STEVE SERD JR. Junior I'll bet ya "You'll Never Get Away" Hunting and Basketball Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. DAVID ALLEN SNYDER Dave Don't do today what you can do tomorrow "Somewhere Along the Way" HIInting and fishing Football 2, Manager 3, Track Manager 3, Math Club 4, Senior Variety Show. DAVID ALLEN SNYDEII A JANET LUELLA SHEETS JANET LUELLA SHEETS Janerine When in the course of human events! "Ava Maria" Eating C.A.A. 1, 2, F.H.A. 8, 4, Recrea- tion Chairman 3, Parliamentarian 4, Chorus 3, junior Play, Acting Award, Homecoming Queen Can- didate 3, Latin Club 2, Speech Contest 3, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. LARRY THOMAS SNYDER Big cat Oh, no, not American History "Whispering Hope" F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. LARRY THOMAS SNYIJEI1 Page Tuvcnty-seven IOHNY EUGENE TAYLOR DONNA ANN VE'l'I'0REL x . ' "Tl, '.: ' k--. I Q ..b- , is K i , L . 5 X Y OA BEYERLE WMASON RONALD WAYNE WILSON Page Twenty-eight DONNA ANN VETTOREL Donnie Ann So what! "Heart And Soulv Skating and dancing G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 4, Executive Committee 4, junior Play, Buffalo Staff, Senior Variety Show. BEVERLEY IOANN WILLISON Io Conscience does make cowards of us all "You'll Never Get Awayv Driving a car G.A.A. 1, 2, F.H.A. 1, 2, 4, Li- brary Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Variety Show. MARY LOU WINLAND Lou Experience is always the best teacher 'Some Enchanted Evening" The Navy G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Recreation Chairman 3, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Award 3, Librarian 3, Executive Commit- tee 3, 4, Library Staff 1, 2, Buf- falo Staff, Senior Variety Show. ,X .gig 7 , f,-, -V ,, J Av., K ' 'J ' 1 3, ,X , , in-ii? I, iw Vglll MARY Lou WrNLAND BETYY ELLEN WELLS BETTY ELLEN WELLS Betsy Gee Whiz "High Noon" Bismarck High School 1, 2, 3, Senior Variety Show. JOHNY EUGENE TAYLOR Jet You know? "Because You're Mine" Being with Donna F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Executive Committee 1, 4, Senior Variety Show. RONALD WAYNE WILSON Ronnie What's good for the goose is good for the gander "Because You're Mine" Track 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Senior Variety Show. JAMES RICHARD YOUNG Dick Oh, yes, Ag. "Meet Mr. Calahann F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Senior Variety Show. 5 J JAMES RICHARD YOUNG Class Will We, the graduating class of 1953, being of sound mind and strong body, do hereby will and bequeath the following treasures to those heirs and heiresses that we think will make the most of them. K Shirley Ann Acord, will my bashfulness in high school to my sisters, Ada Belle and Etha. William Curtis Austin, will my quietness to my sister, Felicia Austin. Beverly June Barnett, will my great energy and speed to my little brother, Bill. Kenneth Ray Bennett, will my good looks to Dean Galyen. Walter Leon Bonebrake, will my volleyball ability to Ronald Barr. Clyde Henry Brooks, will my honesty and intelli- gence to Orlando Alexander. Peggy Carlton, will my ability to grow fingernails to Sandra Edmonds. Frank Cornwell, will my efforts on the basketball court to Jens Gallez. Nancy Cowell, leave -1-1 does anyone want to come with me? Amelia Crook, will my ability to stay out of trouble to one who needs it, Sara Richards. Carl Cunningham, will my position as tackle to next year's potential All-Stater, Jackie Kezerle. Larry Leland Elliott, will my position on the foot- ball team to Lowell Kern. William Don Felgenhauer, will my spot C on the bench? on the basketball team to David Potts. August Finet Junior, will my baby Cadillac to Joe Wasko. John Duncan Frattick, will my flirting ability to David Goodwin. Thomas Wayne Frazier, will my ability to make such long speeches to Gene Michael. Dwight Wayne Calyen, will my size seven and one- half shoes to Richard Dye, size fourteen. Ronald Lee Calyen, will my athletic ability to Junior Whitmore. Beverly Jo Gardner, will the tape on that "53" class ring to Janet Beauvois for ???? Jerry Stanton Gerard, will my love for sports to Don Richardson. Charles Richard Gilkison, will my model T Ford to Alan Webb whenever he gets a screw driver and a pair of pliers. Loretta Jean Hamblin, will my job at the George- town Pastry Shop to my sister, Mary Ann. James William Hart, will my stock car style of driving to Larry Perkins. Delores Faye Hawn, will my long hair to Sherry Nimrick. Joseph Lee Hayward, will my love for mathem- atics to Jim Refleitt. Marcus Haussy, will my ways of playing basket- ball to Donna Relfett. Gordon Westley Howard, will my dancing ability to Ike Burch. Phyllis Elaine Hughes, will my French to Char- lotte Cook. Donald Johnson, will my running ability to Rod- ney Dawson. Catherine Ann Lewis, will my teeth to Chee Chee Thompson. Charles Allen Lewis, will my ability with the har- monica to Carrol Sprouls. Richarl Ray Lewis, will my job as reporter for the F.F.A. to anyone who wants it. Zealie Louise Lourdeau, will my laugh to Betty Miller. Carroll Carter Maudlin, will my trombone to Mr. Johnson. Rodney Duane Mikel, will the hair on my chest to Don Meyers. Marvin Ray Miller, will my great physique to Joe Barney. Ernest William Mills, will my love for school to my sister, Donna. Shirley 1Jean Mitchell, will my good behavior in studyhal to Icky Thompson. Carole Lee Mollett, will my love of Model T Fords to my sister, Phyllis. Nyrita Mae Nimrick, will my long fingernails to Charlene Gannon. Charles William Patterson, will my old broken- down seat in History class to Clifford Sawyer. Mabel Arlene Patten, will my broken chemistry equipment to any rich Junior taking Chemistry next year. Gene Pribble, will my ability to play "hockey" to Merida Stoke. Jack Pribble, will all my good-looking girl friends to Junior Spicer for safe-keeping. Pearl Ramsey, will my bus ride to school to Pat Wilder, so she will get to school on time next year. James Reader, will my "Trig" book to anyone who will take it. Kenneth Francis Richards, will my love for Stude- bakers to Don Pataki. Leo Serd Junior, will my one good leg to Rod- ney Brooks. Janet Sheets, will my madcap "thinking ability" to Gloria Malkus. David Alan Smith, will my ability to get along with Danville girls to Gordon Williford. David Allen Snyder, will my ability to hurry home after school and go hunting to "Poky" Gannon. Larry Thomas Snyder, will my ability to learn the "Declaration of Independence" to the Junior Class. Johny Eugene Taylor, will my American History book to anyone who will take it. Donna Ann Vettorel, will my 5'4" to Diane Potts, Slgll. Betty Ellen Wells, will my blue eyes to Geneva Fitzwater. Beverley Joann Willison, will my "gift of gab" to Joan Brookshier. Ronald Wayne Wilson, will my pencil to anyone who finds it. Mary Lou Winland, will my expert driving ability to Larry Winland. James Richard Young, will my ability to study to Mr. Cox. We, the undersigned, have witnessed the writing of this will and agree to the contents of it. THE SENIORS OF 1953 Page Twenty nine T51 is ff. 1 Rf K si - sf. f -L vf'k 1 , - ff, sf. fi K f i bmi' -- for i .. . .. ,,-I: we 4- - r :E-: y-1.. it is i .. A ssa5qf:1,:r5,'1 V nfs - 5 ...,:,.. .1 -rx was-fm,-ng :'.:::.:'ffa.. 1' , ' V F -vis-lf ' ' ':.-.n::':fa!s- K- "L?L1:!:e-f':."ix' 31' lf ' 1? arf- 15, 1 ng m Emi , X BEVERLY GARDNER ERNIE MILLS PEARL RAMSEY National Honor Society The National Honor Society is an organization composed of students chosen by the faculty. The students are selected into this society on the basis of char- acter, scholarship, leadership, and service. CARROLL MAUDLIN I it :irat - ' fv iita x . H- ., .T :,. Y l :ff Q Ski ' i W itggvij 1-.T -,- W f K . ,Egfr L , . .Lows ,f fs. , - , r L s nr-in 1 .2 51:3 , - ,wa ,Q Z ,W .Q , 1 m 11, a t . . if- 12 1 ,.,, , . ,,,, W CARL CUNNINGHAM . QL' 'si Wi - f,- N V-S2 5.Ls.fQ?x1i -yi " A - qff' f?,f25i:1f5Q?fgl . 'Wi . A W. 1:54954 X g EQHRY? - ' 7- P- - . - lp 4 22 - , ' N 1 'ig' if ff -.W X s t . xff l, ff at 6? W ,.VAp ,. is if Jia all ww is + in lv M if E QQ lm r W 'Q f J 9'3" sill' H Q gi, if 2, f is A 655' . 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' la M 'W vis 'K A: "' ""': 'il . - - , Q an a?aa2mcwasa,s 'rs wa e, my L 1 Q f. 1 .f X if , 1, wi, fr Q5 5 ' I A i :f9e'f???' Q 2 if - E A Fourth Row ftopl-Feli " A , r Q i ' cm ustin, Bonnye Adkins, Carroll Ball, Donald Beauvois, Shirley Biggs, Joan Bodart, Rodney Brooks, Joan Brookshier. Third Row-Charlotte Cook, Phyllis Cook, Marilyn Cornwell, Rodney Dawson, Jacqueline Devore, Marilyn Devore, Ella Jane Diehl, Sondra Edmonds. Second Row-Phyllis Fleming, Richard Ford, VVilliam Freeman, Dale Gallagher, Calyen, Shirley Calyen. First Row-Tessie Griskell, Jerry Gudr k ius as, Kathleen Guiliani, James Haussey, Winnie Jonikas, Richard Lancaster. Dean Galyen, John Calyen, Royce Janice Hughes, Pamela Johnson, CLASS OFFICERS: Standing--Carol Morgan, Secretary- Treasurer, John Ca yen, Vice-Pre- sidentg Richard Ford, President. Seated-Miss R ees, Adviser. b Juniors J,-,WWW Q-,www EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE- Pamcla johnson, Danny Smith, Marilyn Cornwc-ll. Fourth Row Ktopj-jerry Lantcr, Benny Lcarnard, XVaync Lvwis, Edith Long, Mary Beth Mahoney, Gloria Malkus, Sara Maudlin, Cum- Michael. Third Row-Sally lkiiddla-mas, Bc-tty Millcr, Carol Morgan, Dcloris Murphy, Cracc Nalc, Pauline Niziolkiewicz, Julius Pataki, Joe l'intar, Second Row-Dixie Li-me Pollard, David Potts, Frank llcaduour, Phyllis Rcfleitt, Shirley Rickman, Clifford Sawyer, Carole Sloan, Danny Smith. Fir.vtlRc:lw-Annabcllc Smith, Donna Suydm r, Carrol Sprouls, Merida Stoke, Kenneth Tucker, Ioe Wasko, Larry Win- an . ,, N3 .-.- :tx r, xi , ' 1..A -Q 0 ,Q . 1 EEKIZ9 3 X..'1',V A r :rn W fa g 1 ,, f It V E S E 2, at xi' .. .' 7 V1 N,q'g 'iw ii. - it Simi if Q!. Q. -if .I in I . f lf. ' Il 7:0 7, .alan ...' f:-: T 1' . , , 1 P'-X ,. ' ,E "' 5' V 'Y " " -f -4 3 T vw ,I KW' Y-ff t I. S ,, tr at -S y if , --H , if W ,K 1 - I N if ii -T' Ni G' -1 ' -X "1-ff ' x T 2 N I-L . H x A J . .f"'.' ,,,,,. 5:15 ,Airy llj!.l5"'f1' in 'bg .ak --fam- .wr-. '2- 'za -.- ,,, " T 8. in Q -, ,av Q--'vt 1 , X in js .J K 5 Q A 4 -,. ,-,. 'fr :xg ZR' T' I- .... Y ...L rima T xy V' , ag F, .h W 1 , . Q.. 4 A -1' Bly- 032,21 i . ffv- S ' Q . X hlqxsij . , I - 8 1 Ji ' ,X .K Q t :1 ,Lag , i, , :F f - 1 -"M 196 - Q - , I . A "m1aJ5l,.ff:i ef' 9632. if , Elia fi' Pagc Thirtytlxree Q soPh0"""es EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: Iyrann Thompson, Stanley Conte, Mary Land, Bob Duncan. an-"""""" Fifth Row Ctopj-Orlando Alexander, Ronald Barr, janet Beauvois, Linda Bennett, Kenneth Boggess, Tommy Bridge- water, Ethel Brooks, Mary Ellen Brooks, Arlene Brown, Fourth Row-Diane Carrigan, VVinifred Carrigan, Stanley Coate, Allen Cope, Carroll jean Cravens, Ronnie Crippin. Mary Io Cunningham, Peggy Devore, Marilee Donaldson. Third Row-joe Drotos, Bob Duncan, Frank Felgenhauer, Virgil Ferrante, jean Alice Finley, Geneva Fitzwater, Nancy Frattiek, Ion Frazier, Charlene Gannon.. Second Row-Ronald Cannon, Mary Goleynski, Dolores Gudauskas, Larry Hall, Mary Ann Hamblin, Mildred Hart, Meredith Hartman, Shelby Hawks, Deanna Howard. First Row-Dolores Hughes, Dollie johnson, Carn et johnson, Lois Jones, Ruth Ann Jones, Susan jordan, Lowell lxern, Iaekle lxezerle, John Lacey. Ta 1,'i f iii'-i T WYFT iti iii: 3 S 'F WW 'W api, Y' ,Mk f A-.5 if A . T' 2 - 1 Q -. at sss S as ,.- ' ' 4 ,Qreei f 'wa' . -,... . K in K I i I av ff 'Q ' Q Q l life '1 -or 191' I -.ln 'Q' ' 5 l ,5 K , f -"' f 1 ",: sit Si, 'vi , "" Q Q' T N gr ' fi? A as - F was F fr-2. X115 : t Q a Q - . K . will . l ' K , . . A K' , ' A iff' K , ' f 4 - 2 , I 5' . K S ' ' ' Q 4 H Y H Q A "" 'V A T - i , 'ii -A : 'ii. I - t 'F A 'F A 6 - ' K. M R Aix E. V K H, IW A -1 5 13" V gi f ., , Page Thirty-four T 1 ' iz - 17 0 " W' " ' S' V, iw' ka 2- -oi bunk 1 -1 , ' i, V ' "i ,unfit lai ' f 'it .ff w Wlmi si"Nf? E - ' J V:-M i A . 1 iv gf. ., fi, V gm' f K, . Q5 X, XY S sa ' i ' 'la X ., . Et kip. X I A-xx fum K A' f ig- III- L K fl . H " I "' ' ' 'ia , Hi -Q 4 L X137 I. A Xt 1 t 97, . W " fy S - i K -'ZZ 'g i ,. v TJ ga x 'A it fa Pv EM.: n ' f K in :vw Fifth How Klopl-Donald Iiainar, Mary Land, Shirlcy Lanham, Annis Lawrcncv, Billy Lcarnarcl, Ennna Ivan Lewis Margarvt 1.4-wis, Marvin Li-wis, Kay Lyon. Fourth Iiow-Ki-nnc-th ML-livoy, julia ML-Ki-nzic, Ronald Marko, Shirley Michael, Donna Mills, Nancy Io Moorc NVQ-ncli-ll Morgan, NVillarcl Morgan, Billy Morris. 'Hiirfl lion'-john Morris, Juno Morrow, Shirley Morrow, Sally Nc-ilcl, Don Nicr, Sherry Nimrick, Louis Pcarnian Kari-n l'i-rry, XVinifrm-cl l'iatt. Scrfolul Row-lloy l'intar, Hoy Pollitt, Shirlcy Prosnikar, Donna llcilctt, Sara Richards, Virginia Scrcl, Ivan Scott, VVayni- Shaflivr, Kvnt Sllllill. Ifirsl Hou'-Sanmlra Smith, Clvm- Spronls, jc-rry Spronls, Doris Taylor, Marjorie Thomas, Adryann Thompson, Iyrann Thonipson, Norma NVQ-lls, inot picturcdlg Patricia Wilder, Ann Young. CLASS 0l"l"lClCliS: Marvin Lewis, Vivo-l'rt-siclc-lit, Miss lloncla-rson, Aclvisi-rg Don Nicr, B Pri-sicli-nt, Virginia Si-rcl, Secretary- ,ff 'l'r1-asiirvr. x y 1 Freshmen CLASS OFFICERS: Don Myers, President, janet Lowe, Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Young, Adviser, Don Pataki, Vice President. Third Row ftopj-Ada Bill Barnett, Cnot picturedjg joe Barney, Bob Boland, Marvin Ray Brooks, Sandra Campbell, Myrna Day Anna Drotos Richard Dye Second Row-Phyllis Richard Hines, First Row-Milton Luther, C not Page Thirty-six 1 , , . Ronnie Felgenhauer, Marva Hill, Jens Gallez, David Goodwin, Carole Ann Henry, Frances Ieffers. jack Kotcher, Marian Kotcher, Ronnie LeCount, Doris Loveall, janet Lowe, Dorothy J, Robert Mabry, joan Maudlin, Joy McMasters. ..' I . 1 - . 1. 35, ,vfygla . R P MW X .1 5 L fr 'TNQ "3 ,Lat Q AVS' L' -, 'L if X112 . V515 ..,.fx Fourth Row Hopi-Indy Middle-mas, joe Mikel, Phyllis Mollett, Don Myers, Vernal Noggle, Ronnie Parke, Don Pataki, Betty Patten, Patty Pearson. Third How-Larry Perkins, Diane Potts, junior Pribble, Thomas Razmus, Melvin Readnour, jim Helfeitt, Donnie Ilieharclson, Herman Robertson, Josephine Robertson. Second Row-Jean Romaek, Angela Sloan, Kenneth Snyder, junior Spicer, Craig Sprouls, Dorothy Stark, Karen Stark, Ronald Starwalt, Phyllis Thompson. First How-Glenn Wade, Alan Webb, junior VVhitmore, Loretta Wilder, Norma XVilliams, Cordon Williford, Allen NVhitesicle, Cnot pieturecll. FASHIONS 'N' FADS VVe,ll Always Remember . . . "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyesw . . . Short hair . . . blue suede shoes . . . not to mention White bucks . . . pleated skirts . . turtle-neck sweaters . . . levis . . . plaid shirts . "Till I Waltz Again with Youv . . . Ballerina length formals . . . D-s Aciiviiies UST ior 'IECIQ5 Wugwmwuuvcw ' w'Quix2'ifqf+Tee M ,ii Wm by-+-Ah "ww-'-U-""V ILM-2 f, 'NMNW' MW' ' 0 I f fig-Q, K Activities Student OFFICERS: Ernie Mills, President Danny Smith, Vice President Vettorel, Secretary-Tream Donna urer Council lllllu, Ti lilillmr We Q Av-1 Sfw.. Second Row-Charles Patterson, Danny Smith, Ernie Mills, Robert Mabry, Larry Elliott. Seated-Mr, Cox, Donna Vettorel, Donna Mills, Diehl, David Potts, Willard Mor- Ella lane gan, Miss Martin. Page Forty i 1 5. f 0 . V0 Q1 x H N f - xg J, 'Wx .S'f,,ndl, wngxfwl .s',.,,,p3fiw jvfjiiljiynrgan CI Ari, 't'f'1 13 'U' Ali,-. lffflc- , Hu' Bfowgofi-Y, Sziilflnlt'-Vljtlfiznllon D .zndm Slixtlfifglvks, Iiluifhl olores Hugh? , , ' . y L 3, Miss R Laefi Larini .inc , y Pfzzttigfgny Sara R. GPS . ' Whard. ' advisor. 5 , Amelia FFICICRS: Sully N1-ild, Cmwul Kc-nt Smith, Prulflnr Shelby Hawks, Qucstor juan Alicv Finlvy, Nancy l"r:1ttiL'k, Actlilcs Crllok, Le Cercle Francais Llrry Elllott President Bcvcrly Barnett Secretary OFFICERS: 3 3 3 gee 1 fr g 3 4 1 f al ' he Back 'Z' K B' 2.- 1 Row 'vctw uughk ,NUFW Y-Keith Sa 3 CON . ,BL Us e Q',Xhof:,fuk4:, Yhy' xlwwarsxv gxiyws WV Bmw Gordkgfm Lovin QD? Fifst 5la1xtd04"x' E X Q alg 1 m i Y' Laffy . 605, new -W GM tx Wa .l gevb' ow Sxoa - ww- - A. xkwwxclt H, C31 V . . cm-1169 Xfevwxme Nxxncv DW . . xJcv0'C'fLw - XL, .. 1 . Vu AQ' GCQC Ynbb xx adwso Q5 Haussy, Acordy Sw 2 C 1 , 'K - . y Row 'Wg' wlfwu' NFL Kambhn, ?:xmfu1W"' P0116 F rtg one ,f :il x..-' 5 L ' V e Q W M y 1 i N OFFICERS. Danny Sui' ith . Stam1ingfCaroie Sioan, Sara Maudiin, Merida Stoke, Caroi Morgan, james Reader, Carl CUIlninQhS:ES"ge"f jerry Gerard, Carl Cunningham, joe Hayward, David Snyder, Danny Smith. , ef-'fetafy Seated-'Miss Henderson. Sta fld' Sea Ing fedgaifank C Ha Or Sn nwel Page Fault yder. L Norm " wo H Wil Ifa ms , B0 n n ye Adkins 15131, xx 11, ,K N ff I Njklr- H I rw c'l"li5. .r Ifrrs 7, I 2 V 'xiflyn' ll fl llf izll, Ol I I lJrun,il Sl ' -k A ' 'Ml I1 IJ1-u1:.4l, V .. ' if-,. I S, S ,N lg zffvfdnl , 'UNT Aglknl ll , ls, lr, HA 1.11 liuxlhyb NViIlm N flfllm Lib I' dl' y ,um IJ un, IQ Mill S , alllizv C ,ow ,011 Y AM, ISV ' M ooh 1118 S y 141 'OIF 10 D ov orb '1 I aim admzm, Emma Sean Lcwxa, awa HN, Qhy, EAKKM Long, Mmm KNkXXkscm, acts, EKMQX Yrmuks. 'rake YQXXMG, YXWXXKS Yxc?ickkX. png? I. rn,ty-Uwe? 'n ingfbhmy so Cxxnningbanx, Metedxkh XX Mddwd Hun, Vdkcm Psuskkx, Debris Mm VmxXixu- 'SY1.K0xkH'NNKC'I., C'.xmXc SXomx, famous Sc Scutn'1lfSus.m Xmdmx, Sum Xkkdmvds, Pundizx Crook, Dx F.H.A an F.F.A 9' 1' i ,Y ix '4- ,..-- X . 'X. -9 Y- F.II.A. OFFICERS Nyritu Nimrick ..... ...... P resident Miss Show ...,,..... ........... A doiser Pauline Niziolkic-wicz.., ...... Vice President janet Slim-cts ......... .... P rogram Chairman Shirlcy Acord .... ........... S ecretary F'.F.A. OFFICERS Cordon I loward .... ........ S entinel Dickie Lewis .... .......... R eporter Curl Cunningham. .,.. Parliamentarian Ernie Mills ....., .... ...... V i ce President David Smith ........................... Secretary Eugene Taylor ........,................. President Richard Gilkison Cseated in trunlcj ........ Treasurer Page Forzy-six 3 I H-H - A. . l 4 Second How-Sandra Campbell, Charles Pat- terson, Carl Cunningham, David Potts, Do- lores Hughes, Jackie Kezerle, Kent Smith, Carroll Maudlin, Ronald Barr. First Row-Marian Kotcher, Mary jo Cun- ningham, Dolores Gudauskas, Diane Potts, Richard Dye, David Smith, Ianet Beauvois. Georgetown Loyalty We're loyal to you, G. H. S. Welre purple and white, C. H. S. WVe'll back you to stand against The best in the land, For we know how you can stand, G. H. S. Rah! Rah! gin f Q lun- -4 il . 'J A Y ." 'Y :fs V ., 5, Y' f": - L'-' EE - "-:S-fiezf 1 1 ali!-Q-1 Y h,qg,,,ug-g ,.. .5 ' ' -1', .fg: gg rg-svaggi-.-gg 1 li ii - i F Sccoml Row-Clyde Brooks, James Rcffeitt, Donulcl johnson, Iac-lc Prihhlc. First Row-Carole Mollz-tt. Nat-oliu Sloan, Kurt-n Pc-rry, Dixie Pollard, Delores Huwn, Nancy Cowell, Kathleen Cuiliuni, Shirley Culycn. Seated-Mr. johnson. So kick out that ball, C. H. S. We're hacking you all, G. H. S. Our team is our fame protector On boys, for we expect a victory From you, C. H. S. Chee he, Chee ha, Chee ha ha ha Georgetown High School Rah! Rah! Rah! Officers Second Row-Nancy Cowell, Beverly Gard- ner, Presidentg Merida Stoke, Secretaryg Mrs. Parke, Adviserg Ella jane Diehl. Seatid on Ground-Virginia Serd, Marva Hi l. Q. V , rf ffip, ,Q JUNIORS AND SENIORS Standing-Sally Midcllc-mas, Kathy Cuiliani, Deloris Murphy, Annabelle Smith, Mabel Patten, VVinnie Ionikas, Carol Morgan, Pauline Niziolkiewicz, Donna Vettorel, Felicia Austin, Shirley Biggs, Nacolia Sloan, Edith Long. First Row-Sliirley Mitchell, Sondra Edmonds, Catherine Lewis, Pam johnson, Charlotte Cook, Shirley Rickman, Donna Snyder, Marilyn Devore, Carole Sloan, Phyllis Heftcitt, Bonnye Adkins. EH CHEERLEADERS Peggy Dcvorc Donna Reffett Sherry Nimrick C0taT-E-A-M That's on the B - E - A - M Cot a team on the beam With the Purple and White So come on team Let's iight! fight! fight! if 'E' -w 53 ef- - v 'TT-7 5 544112 ldudfzm D411 ', wwf C A Page Fifty Q is is M 6 fgvi?1LXQif5gQQ 25 f if Y vi 7 5 ff R? J QLL5 ff? Wg. , ,X , wifi Xb W Q ,W gint' ,J A533 Lf-fn f 1 X-Sl .. V Q Calendar NJN fr.,- F s Old Jack Frost has a funny quirkg He asks no one when he wants to work. He grabs his brush and paints the leaves And makes beauty of the ugliest trees. Ile mixes colors, orange, yellow, and brown And every hillside wears a crown. He asks no one for higher Wages, Hels been his own boss for ages and ages Although he's only make believe, WVe always dread to sec him leave. -Royce Galyen SEPTEMBER AUGUST Friday 29 Alas, school is here and all of us are ready to open our books once more. Since this is just acquaintance day, we only have to stay a half day. Three cheers! HA!! - llAll - RAI!! 2-5 Tuesday: After a nice Labor Day week end we start for an entire day at CHS. This week is Freslnnan Week. Better watch out "Crm-nies". Wednesday: Freslnnen still getting their daily exercise by standing on the stage. Fun, huh?? ! ! ! 'l'hursday: First GAA meeting tonight. tiation were made. Friday: A certain Freshman is setting a good example Diane P0ttS.l Plans for ini- for CHS. Clieep up the good work, Class meetings to nominate officers. Freshman Dance. 8--l2 Monday: Another week for studying but fun for all, too. Seniors had a meeting this niorning????'? How about some air conditioning for the sixth hour Home l'Iconomic's class, Dike? Tuesday: FIIA meeting tonight. More initiations coming u il!! VVednt-sday: 'l'hursday: jACK'S CAR llas no fenders, seat or plank, Burns lots of gas-hard to crank Carburetor busted half-way through, Engine missing, hits on two. Ten spokes missing, front all bent, Tires blowed out, ain't worth a cent. llorn won't toot, nothin' but tin, A mighty good car for the shape it's in. -Jackie Devore Friday: A big event of the year! Cheer leaders were elected. Peggy Devore, Sherry Nimrick, and Donna lteffett were our choice. Cood luck, kids. Donna Snyder and David Potts selected by Junior Executive Committee for vearbook staff. l5-19 Monday: Mrs. Humriehous: "WVho defeated the Philis- tines?n Larry Elliott: "Sorry, teach, I don't follow the minor leaguesf, Tuesday: Hurry - llurry -- Hurry! ! ! ! Get your stationery from GAA. Wednesday: Senior meeting to select photographer for yearbook. tSudlow is our choice.J No wonder everyone is "kicking his heels"-teachers' meeting at Ridgefarm ALL afternoon. Thursday: The twelve new members of FHA were the FAD today with their jeans wrong side out, a utensil around neck, no make-up, a slipper and a high- heeled shoe, six braids in hair, carrying books in a bucket, and collecting money in a glass containing a toothbrush and paste. However, the most difficult task was not talking to the MEN! ! ! ! Friday: Football season got under way. First game with Urbana. XVe won't mention the score! l l 22-26 Monday: Buffalo Ad sale is on. Busy! Busy! Tuesday: School! School! School! Have you noticed the library bulletin boards? . . . Thanks to Miss Mechalas. Wednesday: School was "hot" today after Nixon's speech last night-especially in American History and Geography classes. Politics is getting under everyone's skin, with the exception of Cathy Lewis. Thursday: The new CAA members were the center of attraction today with one side of hair in pin curls. the other in pig tails, no make-up, bib overalls, man's shirt and tie, rope around waist with an old shoe tied to it to collect pennies in, one tennis shoe with- out a stocking and one high heel with a man's sock, carrying a bucket for books, and bow to old mem- bers. All enjoyed pot luch supper in the evening. Friday: Underclass pictures taken today. First dance of the year . . . and, can you imagine, guests may be invited. 29-30 Monday: Let's start this week with a smile and forget all of our troubles. Everyone is sleepy as usual. Tuesday: We have two new bright faces joining our school-Betty and Norma Wells from Bismarck! VVelcome to CHS kids! Sav. LOOKY at Nacolia Sloan's left finger. Buffalo Sale!! Be sure to order vours from anv Senior. the 1-3 OCTOBER Wednesday: First Buffalo Staff meeting held at night. We chose our cover. Thursday: We hear janet Beauvois had the "Touch of Velvet" this morning, shall we ask our cute little freshie, Donnie Myers about it? Friday: Game with Oakwood at home. WE! WON! 40-7. Sorry to hear of Jackie Devore's illness. 6-10 Monday: Another week of school! Peg Carlton doesnit act so gay this morning. Could it be that Rex Edmonds is leaving for school. Tuesday: The junior magazine sale is on. Captains Managers Publicity Managers Annabelle Smith Deloris Murphy Sondra Edmonds joe Wasko Pauline Niziolkiewicz joe Pintar Xvednesdayz Hallowe'en seems to have started already for some . . . people. Six weeks exams-CRAM- CRAM-CRAM-O, T0 Be Over With! ursda Student Council meets to work on plans Th y: for Homecoming. Junior play tryouts. Shirley Mit- chell had a senior slumber party! More fun! NO SLEEP . . . Friday: WHAT, no school? Teachers go to I. E. A. meeting at U. of I. Game at Linton, Indiana . . . What happened to the bus??? SWELL GAME- Georgetown 19-6!!! Frosh-Soph. game with Urbana Saturday . . . WON AGAIN 21-9. 13-17 . Monday: Big day! ! ! ! First assembly rogram- Shooting Mansfields. Elected candidates fldr Home- coming Queen-Delores Hawn, senior: Pauline Nizi- olkiewicz, junior: Garnet Johnson, sophomore: and Carole Henry, freshman. jerry Gudauskas won a flash-bulb camera for high salesmanship in the maga- zine sales campaign. Tuesday: F rosh-Soph. game tonight with Danville . . . Wednesday. Seniors sold school newspaper at noon. Groans and moans in halls-grade cards were given mit , . . Thursday: Library Club candy sale at noon. Student Council meeting. Friday: Carol Morgan awarded necklace and earrings for high salesmanship. She also received a stuffed goat for selling the most magazines. Phyllis Reffeitt received a watch. Total sales . . . 81,813.90 Larg- est amount ever taken inl. 20-24 Monday: Freshman quiz program . . . sponsored by Miss Mechalas. Tuesday: Freshman physical exams at the junior High School. Some lucky seniors got out of class to help- what happened to Carole Mollett and Phyllis Moore!!! Wednesday: Floats are being prepared for the Home- coming parade . . . Thursday: All juniors enjoy ice cream at noon . . . thanks to the losing team of junior magazine sale. Friday: Pep session in auditorium . . . Game with Paris . . . WON by the Buffaloes 13-8 Hurray!!! 27-31 Mondlayz Looks like everyone had a sleepless week- en . . . Tuesday: Seems as though some people are just too smart for words . . . ATTENTION: SENIOR CLASS PARALYZED BY DON IOHNSON'S SAYING THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. Wednesday: BIG uproar in the auditorium this noon- Republicans vs Democrats. Boy, these seniors- nois bunch! ! Thursdlay: GAA Hallowe'en party given by the losing team of the stationery sales . . . The night before Halloweien and everyone was out! OCTOBER GUEST His yellow head is empty: His eyes are round and bright: His smile is very flashing, Especially at night. His teeth are made of pumpkin seed They,re for looks: he doesn't eat. We think that he's the Hnest Jack-0,-lantern on our street. -Ioan Brookshier Friday: Big day at last! ! l Homecoming with parade . . . floats . . . Sophomore Garnet johnson reigning as queen . . . beat Catlin Wolverines . . . BIG successful dance! ! ! Q 1 3 I I i W I i l I I i l V e 'f A. 1-rf' .fi V. 2... NOVEMBER 3-7 Monday: Mrs. Parke, annoyed by her clock-watching students, eovered the faee of the eloek with a sheet ot' eardboard on which she had lettered: "Time will pass. W'ill YOU?" Tuesday: NVe held an eleetion, too. Good speeches for the eandidates . . , jerry Lanter was master of cere- inonies and The Deelaration of Independence was given by janet Sheets. The candidates were repre- sented by I.arry Elliott, Vegetarian: Danny Smith, Soeialisni, Toni Frazier, Iiisenhowerg Charles Patter- son, Stevenson. Musie furnished by band and chorus. Bi- sure to votel l l XV1-dnesday: NVe got "Ike" and there are a lot of happy people today, with the exception of a few students at CHS. During the eleetion of lifty-two Adlai and Ike everyone knew, The question arose of who should win, Adlai or Ike with his solemn grin, But I like Ike. -julius Pataki Thursday: Chemistry was pretty smelly today. Pep meeting and Snake dance for the BIC game to- morrow night. Friday: 'ITIIE TICIQIIS VVEIIIC DEFEATED BY TIIE IlUI"I"AI,UI'lSf-NOTICE 'lllllf SCORE! l l End of sueeessful season . . . ltlilfl Monday: Anieriean lidueation VVeek. Tuesday: Armistice Day tno sehoolj. VVednesday: Our school friend, Phyllis Moore, moved to Caliiornia . . . Good luekl Dress rehearsal for junior play. Tluirsday: Skits of junior play . , . Don't forget to get your tieket. Ifriday: Curtainl Curtainl "Desperate Ambrose" is the name, Of the play that we are giving The plot does not quite fit in, With ordinary living. But when the final night arrives And a full house is in view. VVe realize this is what they want, So we give the east their eue. And when the play is over, And we hear the people's eheers. VVe hope that next years juniors, Are as sueeessful as this year's. -Sally Middlemas 1 17-21 Monday: pital bed . . . Ilurry baekl l l Tuesday: New door mats for muddy feet. Dental Ex-Ray. NVQ-dnesday: Assembly program first hour . . . Illinois Bell Telephone . . . Mr. Yarbrough has taken a fancy to the hos- Tlmrsday: Friday: Pep meeting sixth period . . . Basketball season gets under way . . . Buffaloes over Cayuga, Indiana . . . 54-36 . . . 24-28 Monday: Assembly program given by Miss Mechalas' NVorld Ilistory elass. Tuesday: University of Illinois State-wide Test given to juniors. VVell, what do you know? WVe won again . . . G'town 55, Chrisman 41. VVQ-dnesday: Report cards . . . Not again . . . Un- happy days l l Ernie Mills: "Dad, can you write your name with your eyes shut?" Mr. Mills: "I think so, Ernest." Ernie: "All right then, Dad, let's see you shut them and sign this report eard." Thursday: Friday: Sadie Hawkins Day! l l The Dailsgfs of CHS are running after the Li'l Abncfs and pinning on BIG Bows . . . When they eateh theml l l l'agfz' Fifty H F .A .3 35 Cast of Characters Dan'l, colored watchman of hotcl .............. Ambrose Groves, a meek and mild-mannered young Easterner ..... Bert Miller, Axnhrose's Hpodneri' ..........,............... .. Sheriff Crandcl ......................... Hoot Owl Pete, an old-time grizzly hoinhrc .... Stinkweed, Hoot Owlis hireling, none-too-bright Nancy Martin, the twenty-one-year-old heir to Anne Martin, Nancyis nineteen-year-old sister.. Posie, their colored inaid .......,........... Beth, forty-five-year-old NVesterner .......... . Mrs. Sprool, rniddlc-aged gossipy gud-about... Lena, her young daughter ................. The Iudge .........................,.............. ....... Stage lNlanagerSfDanny Smith, John Calycn, Joe 71 Wg, Yi l 1 f L 2 X . 5 i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Richard Lancaster . . . .David Potts .Jerry Cudauskas . . .Richard Ford Kenneth Tucker .Clifford Sawyer the hotel .... Pauline Niziolkicwicz . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sondra Edmonds ..Donna Snyder ..Carol Morgan Dcloris Murphy .. .Ella Ianc Diehl .Dale Gallagher Pintar Prompter-Phyllis Reffertt I S Uwper dfe Amb 1 'NSY T050 Q 'ff Y X WJ ' Q, - ' Q, " V tv , Q , .V ' Wi A 'K XR A 5-fum 1 X df - 5 5 V AY X gags 1 in g Q ??'h AE ,,.,. A Q tt - gk NH 4- ,3 -.5 :A 1 it - xi f- t 9 ff -A-V ,.,,:. , if ' Lf nv " Wg-Q-W-uri,-ni if v ., 1 1 ziimt i ,V ,4- J WINTER BROOK K The little brook lay sleeping So ,S'tJlllll111f one' fold niglztg A i Ile rliclrft know that winter Took ice and wu11Cc1 him tight. j i Xslcvp within his prison M52 He floffs not mow or sing But Iiw there quiet. !lfCIH7lfIlg1 Of ,sunny rluys in spring. 1 -'Gloria Malkus 35" . , k, 3 , fa ' 3 ., '-H 3 1 ax., .W 3 if-40323155 M gil 25-4214. as wi 5 I g ' aww g QM5fV I ja? c:,Mlw"..lf l lv Qgiiffiffuf N .ffalygyifgtw 5555 w l I KW I -1 -,ff If if ,X Wiliifm Y . fl QAM1Qwff'7' Awwiwfwiw li aw IW K aff ig, 5391-f,?,g u'M3hM+jK!,0,f1ff"l ak QW bmi. Aga DECEMBER 1-5 Monday: Assembly program sixth period . . . Charles K. Ramsden iMusicalJ. Tuesday: Peip session-play Westville here. Score not interesting Wednesday: FOOTBALL BANQUET tonight-school out early. Frank Readnour is '53 football captain . . . Bill Austin received sportsmanship trophy . . . Twenty- two received letters. Thursday: The juniors have become full-fledged mem- bers of the upperclass now that they have received those flashing gold rings they are waving around! I l Friday: Georgetown won over East Lynn tonight with a score of 77-63. 8-12 Monday: I think that I shall never be A whiz at math or chemistry: Or lit., and then there's typing too, And all those things I hate to do. In study hall I try to think Along comes a aper wad, kerplink. Why should I tlhe martyr be, When I Hipped only thirty-three. I sit and wonder and feel so sad, But after all it's not so bad. All this is written just in jest, For Georgetown High is always best. -Sara Maudlin Tuesday: Pep session-play Indianola. Won 52-41- HURRAYI l l Wednesday: Don Richardson: " at woul h to give you for one little kiss?" wb 0 Phyllis Thompson: "Chloroform.' gif Thurslday: COLLEGE DAY at Hoopeston. 'to- nig t. Friday: Galvanos-Musical assembly program. LAETI LATINI CHRISTMAS PARTY . . . Mothers of mem- bers were guests . . . Mrs. Mechalas, guest speaker, told of Greek customs . . . Playlet presenting celebra- tion of the Roman Satunalia compared with customs of Christmas in the United States . . . Punch and cookies served at attractively decorated table. 15-19 Monday: Notice score of G'town and Champaign. 57-56 . . . WOWI l l Tuesday: Pep meeting-play Unity High. Score not necessary! l l Wednesday: Decorated Christmas tree today. School Board entertains Faculty . . . Thursday: Friday: Holiday greetings were echoed among GHS students today . . . Sang carols, ate candy, and a Christmas program given by band and chorus. Eve- ning entertainment was a dance with the holiday colors . . . BUT what happened to the "mistle-toe"??? MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEARI Page Fifty mn: Page JANUARY 1-2 Thursday: Paris Holiday Tourney . . . Buffs place fourth! ! ! TROPHY. 5-9 Monday: That's right . . . school reopened . . . Tuesday: Georgetown vs. West- "but we donlt talk about that." VVednesday: Teachers, meeting-Joy Ioy! Thursday: Senior meeting 11:45. Friday: G'town plays Bismarck here-dance after . . . 12-16 Monday: Why didrft I study? Short quiz in American History. Tuesday: Sidell there. Wednesday: Alas, Alack, STUDY! STUDY! STUDY! Thursday: Semester I think, you think, I copy, you copy, Friday: Catlin here. 19-23 Monday: Vermilion preliminary games ville. Exams Begin . . . we think, all think. we copy, everybody Hunks! WE NVON! ! ! County Basketball tourney 19-24: at Ridgefarin and finals at West- Tuesday: The Inauguration of President Eisenhower was watched on T.V. by GHS students. WVe certainly S Lrty want to express our "thanks" to the Georgetown Electric for making this possible! ! ! VVednesday: Day of Disappointment! What for? . . . Grade Cards . . . Thursday: COUNTY TOURNEY. Friday: Georgetown is still rollln the ball . . . Saturday: EXTRA-EXTRA-GEORGETOWN FIRST PLACE IN COUNTY! ! 26-30 Monday: Assembly program congratulating our boys on "superb" playing! ! ! Tuesday: Sophomore candy sale for March of Dimes. Wednesday: Student Council talent show for March of Dimes. Fourteen students entered contest. Winners -First place, Sandra Campbell and Carole Ann Henry-tap-dancing: Second place, Richard Dye- trumpet solo: Third place tied, janet Sheets Qsoloistl and Tommy Bridgewater, playing saxaphone. Thursday: Jack Frattick: "I can't get along with her. All she does is ignore me.', Charles Lewis: "Ignore you?" Iack: "Yes-and if there's anything I hate, it's IG- NORANCE." Friday: Seniors and Faculty 100'Z: for the Polio Drive- GHS contributes 8258.33 to March of Dimes. Game with Ridgefarm . . . Dance followed the game . . . all proceeds went to March of Dimes! ! ! ,,, ,, , sl , ik ' x ,. ,, . . Q M Q...,. NK' 5 ,..f-- 4 .- 5 A .....f.........4.-aq..,..H- '---o-vm-- N FEBRUARY 2-6 Tuesday: Basketball game here with Urbana. Score? P P -How should we know? P P-Sure missed Austin and Gerard. Wednesday: Periods cut short twenty minutes this afternoon for teachers' meeting. Thursday: The Audubon Society is sponsoring a pro- gram in Danville this evening. All invited. Friday: Game with Oakwood there . . . We beat 'em again . . . YEA! ! ! 9-13 Monday: Today King and Queen candidates were selected for Senior Variety Show. Freshmen-Judy Middlemas and Don Myers . . . Sophomore-Donna Mills and Robert Duncan . . . Iunior-Ella lane Diehl and Clifford Sawyer . . . Senior-Shirley Acord and Bill Felgenhauer. Tuesday: Game with Catlin there, WOW! ! ! We won . . . Wednesday: Tomorrow we celebrate Abe Lincoln's birthday . . . so, NO SCHOOL! ! ! Friday: WARNING . . . Thirteenth . . . Watch your step . . . This is a day of Unluckiness. Played Paris-Let's not quote the score. Page Sixty-two 16--21 Monday: Senior Variety Show practice at noon . . . Tuesday: Pep session for game tonight with Hoopeston. . . . A thriller . . . Won by one point! ! ! Wednesday: Be sure to get your ticket for the Senior Variety Show . . . Seniors serve hot lunch . . . Re- hearsal tonight . . . Thursday: An opera, "Martha,', at Charleston tonight. Mr. Johnson furnishing transportation. Friday: Beat Chrisman 44-34--Sock Hop after game . . . G-town invited. 23-28 Washington's Birthday-But CHS spent it studying . . Tuesday: Little VVillie got the hatchet, Had an "itch", Thought he'd scratch it. Willie's Mom exclaimed in fear, "Willie, where's your other ear?" -Danny Smith Wednesday: Freshmen serve hot lunch. SENIORS- Dress rehearsal tonight! I ! Thursday: Hot lunch served by Sophomores . . . Friday: BIC night for the SENIORS. King and Queen are . . . Senior, Bill Felgenhauer and Sophomore Donna Mills. Everyone enjoyed the program. Big Shin-Dig at Tom Fraziers after show for the weary Seniors. Very N-I-C-E-! ! ! J I J. 4' :-. :if 1 " Q 1 1' vt Vw' - non n .. M, ,. 'v 'Z s 9-lj' QP, 3 i aa- X 4 Q hw awk 5 E bv 9 If uf i.i:'w.'f ' . t 'pw -, if Pill? f T I R 2-ah' :gl ' T T . :asf ' 5 -i ,1- 1' flfhlsxfl. ' , MARCH Monday: LION ROARS IN. A VISITOR A visitor came to us last night Without a sound, without a sight, Came with impatient strength and force Determined to pursue his course. Knocking at our windows and doors Stealing through our roof and floors, Why doesn't someone learn a way To chase that Old March Wind astray. -Bonnye Adkins Tuesday: Regionals at Westville-All Week. G-E-O-R-G-E-T-O-W-N BEAT Fairmount! I I Wednesday: WHATPP Grade Cards-againl just when all was welll Thursday: Hear Ye . . . Hear Ye . . . The Buffaloes . . . And . . . The . . . Maroons . . . have another roundup . . . but this time the Maroons were "tossed" . . . THE BUFFALOES . . . HEROES! I ! I Friday: Well, we can't always win . . . Saturday: Monday: Tuesday: Basketball Reserves Tournament at Oakwood. 9-13 Monday: Assembly program-Magrum Magic. It Can't Be Done? He Does Itl Wednesday: Sectionals get under way at Danville . . . Friday: St. Patrick's Dance . . . You must wear some- thing GREEN . . . Music by Gil Dickerson . . . 16-21 Wednesday: STATE TOURNAMENT . . . Friday: FFA Parliamentarian Procedure Contest at Georgetown . . . Musical Assembly Program. . . 23-27 Monday: Isn't this spring fever terrible? August F inet: "I fell in love with her at Hrst sight." David Smith: "Yes, and what happened?" August: "I took another look." Friday: FFA Father and Son Banquet. SPRING HAS COME Old Man Winter has Hnished his work He must go on, he cannot lurk, For now 'tis time for Mr. Spring To reign three months as Nature's king. 3 Heill change the scene, as you must know He brings the sun to melt the snow He also brings the flowers and birds And beauty too exact for words. -PHYLLIS R1-:FFEn'r. Priya' Sixty-thru std? Lua! Page Sixty-four lim:-I if will rc main- mcl-o - dy :Q JQJLQJEMH 1-3 To fool or April fool! Careful! Wednesday: Iunior Guidance Conference at Oakwood. All school dance. Thursday: County Teachers, Meeting at Dan- ville. Friday: Good Friday. Track meet with Ridgefarm . . . 6-10 Monday: Spring Vacation! ! ! Friday: End of fifth six weeks . . . 13-17 Tuesday: Track meet with Hoopeston and Catlin. Wednesday: Grade Cards-I wonder as I wonder??? Thursday: Frosh-Soph. meet with Westville and Oakwood. Friday: PROM! ! ! The Prom is always a gala affair, With girls in formals and "upsweeped" hair, The boys look handsome and all dressed up Instead of walking around, they strut. A well-known orchestra is here, To furnish the music another year, The Hotel Wolford is the scene Everything seems just like a dream. 20-24 Monday: There once was a boy named Tom -Janice Hughes Who was getting dressed up for the Prom. XVhen he called up his date And said he'd be late, He thought he'd been hit by a bomb. -Carrol Sprouls Tuesday: Track meet at Urbana . . . Thursday: Track meet with Rankin and Clinton, Indiana. Friday: Senior Play-NO MORE HOME- WORK. 27-30 Tuesday: Track meet with Westville and Oakwood! ! ! I I U I f I-2 "'I.iv' Sounds likt- it good month. You I rn ' , . . . know-just this one-I I I And tIic-n-FrL-c- doin! Saturday: County Truck Meet ut Ccorgctown. 'IWSI I"rirIziy: Opt-n Ilousm- at CHS. Szrtnrchny: District 'I'rut-If Mt-vt. II-H15 'l'lu-sclny: Ifrosh-Soph. Invitational Nic-ct. W'mIm'stI11y: I"I"A I'roj4-ct tour . . . I"rirIuy: I"I"A judging Contcst ut Itidgcfurni. Szlturtiuyz Stott- 'I'r1ivI4 Nlcvt ut U. of I. I8--251 Sunday: Sonu' final lllllfIf'CfIILlCL'ilIkllll'4'Altt' St-rvit-vs . . . 'l'lu-stluyz XVt-:Im-scI:ly: I'IxauusYU, XVot' Is lisi I I At Inst, alt Inst it's oycr Now my littlt- hruin can rt-st, For I Imyv just cornplc-tt-cl My Inst St'lllt'SIl'K' tc-st! Funny how I think so 4-It-z1rIy OI tht- things I cIon't nt-cd to know, tint tht- facts that arm- in tha- qucstions Ihtvv vunislu-cI like tht- snow. -Sondra Ednionds Ifritluyz IIONOIIS DAY. Cot your cups on straight . . . Ihing those tasst-Is straight . . . March sIowIy . . . COMMENCEMENT wpn. MAY -,Q ' x SUMMER VACATION Listen, itll pupils, and I will tvll, Of ai story that you will likc so wvII, This story ht-gins 'hout the Inst of Many, NVhcn schools are L-Ioscd Inst lmlf of the day. You'rc- right! Vacation has he-grin! Out thc doors wc all go on thc run. 'l'Iicrc,s swiunning, visiting, Imst-Imll, too. Sumnicfs packed with things that are fun to do. -Buth Maiiorwy 1 ? ii ,,. .,, evil, kay ff S? -5, it k . , N, .Q ff. 2 V. V' ,wh 1 3,-..... - Q , I ,I 4 .X into 'Q a'4'eTs"fl I, If 1 1 ly '. If Il i 56 'RQ W- ik Q 5 W' 'QW 'f Q 1 v x in LS. L ,," , 7 ajax .W fhgw. eff' 'Sw 14111. ..'.,' Q-,Q,.L V . 1-'ri'-'.B'f Performance in I952 Frosh-Soph County Meet john Morris-lst. in 100 yd. Dash-11.1 sec. 2nd. in 220 yd. Dash. lst. in Broad Jump-l7'11". Will Morgan-3rd. in 100 yd. Dash. 4th. in Broad Iump. Larry Winland-3rd. in 220 yd. Dash. Iohn Calyen-lst. in 440 yd. Dash-56.4 see. lst. in Shot Put-39'4". Bob Duncan-4th in 440 yd. Dash. Richard Lancaster-2nd. in 880 yd. Run. Dean Calyen-5th. in 880 yd. Run. Carroll Ball-2nd. in Mile Run. Don Nier-5th in 180 yd. Low Hurdles. Tie for 5th. in High jump. Dan Smith-Tie for lst. in 120 yd. High Hurdles- l8.0 see. Wendell Morgan-Tic for lst. in Pole Vault- 9'3". Tie for 5th in High jump. Frosh-Soph Relay-lst. I. Morris-I. Calyen-D. Smith -D. Nier l:4l.0. Team Points Scored 58 2f5. Boys left for I953 team from l952 squad Don johnson-440 yd. Dash-Broad jump-880 yd. Relay-Mile Relay. Bill Austin-lligh jump-Low Hurdles-High Hurdles. Ron Calycn-Pole Vault. Richard Lancaster-880 yd. Run. David Smith-880 yd. Run. John Morris-100 yd. Dash-220 yd. Dash-Broad jump-Relays. Wendell Morgan-Pole Vault-lligh jump- Relay. John Calyen-Shot Put-220 yd. Dash-880 yd Relay -Mile Relay. Willard Morgan-Pole Vault-100 yd. Dash. Larry Winland-220 yd. Dash. Bob Duncan-Shot Put-440 yd. Dash-Relay. Carroll Ball-Mile Run. Don Nier-180 yd. Low Hurdles-Relays. Danny Smith-180 yd. Lew Hurdles-120 yd. High llurdles. Dean Calyen-880 yd. Run. Carl Cunningham-880 yd. Run. Larry Elliott-880 yd. Run. Gene Michael-Mile Run. Rodney Mikel-Discus Throw. Gene Pribble-Shot Put. Rodney Dawson-120 yd. High Hurdles-180 yd. Low Hurdles. ., sf TRACK The 1953 track season was just getting underway at the time this book went to press, so little could be said about the 1953 season. There are available 14 letter- men in school about which the Buffaloes hope to build another County Champion team. The Buffaloes lost only 2 meets during the regular schedule for 1952 and won the Vermilion County Championship for the sixth consecutive year. Buffalo Performance in the 1952 County Meet Paul Botkin-lst. in 100 yd. Dash-10.5 sec. lst. in 220 yd. Dash-22.6 sec. Jerry Gerard-2nd. in 440 yd. Dash. Don Iohnson-lst. in 440 yd. Dash-52.1 sec. CRecordJ. lst. in Broad Jump-20 ft. 334 in. George Brooks-lst. in 880 yd. Run-2 min. 8.0 sec. lst. in Mile Run-4 min. 46.0 sec. Bill Kotcher-5th in Mile Run. Bill Austin-lst. in 120 yd. High Hurdles-16.7 sec. lst. in 180 yd. Low Hurdles-21.5 sec. Tie for lst. in High Jump-5'5". Faustyn Thompson-3rd. in 180 yd. Low Hurdles. 3rd, in 120 yd. High Hurdles. Richard Lancaster-4th. in 880 yd. Run. John Morris-4th. in 220 yd. Dash. 5th. in 100 yd. Dash. Bob Cudauskas-4th. in Discus Throw. Clifford Sloan-2nd. in Broad jump. Tie for 3rd. in High Jump. Ron Calyen-Tie for 3rd. in Pole Vault. lst. Var. Relay-P. Botkin-J. Gerard- I. Calyen-D. johnson. lst. Var. 880 yd. Relay-l:37.l. lst. Freshman Relay-J. Morris-W. Morgan- B. Dun- can-D. Nier. 1 min. 41.3 sec. CNew Recordl. Team Scoring 7514 Points-New County Team Record. Capt. Jerry Gerard-440 yd. Dash-880 yd. Relay- Mile Relay. BILL AUSTIN MARVIN MILLER FRANK CORNWELL IACK PRIBBLE RONNIE CALYEN-Senior, tailback, 127 ilbs. 5'7", 2nd letter. Ron should be an example for all the ulittlen boys in school who would like to be athletes but feel they are too small. Ron was on the All County team, second highest scorer in county, did the punting, threw most of our passes, and developed into a reliable back. Quite a bit for a little Mite-but don't let that little poundage fool you folks, he had a big heart ,neath that number "50". JOHN CALYEN-junior, quarterback, 167 lbs. 5'11", 2nd letter. "Billy" hits hard and if he would learn to get the arms around when he tackles he would be a deadly tackler. Big, quick and aggressive. Backed up the line with a wallop, but also could get himself fooled occasionally. Should be one of the toughest next season. I Q. t. g . , if -J ,J ' DP . P M -H, 1--gg.-f .- 3-4"l.. -Y 54' 32, L ....,,, LARRY ELLIOTT-Senior, fullback, 150 lbs. 5'9", 2nd letter. Larry developed a great agility handling the ball on the spinners which made our offense go. Greatly improved in defensive play and played to win all the time. Will be tough to replace this boy when next September arrives. DON JOHNSON-Senior, right halfback, 148 lbs. 5'9", 3rd letter. Don was a different boy from the boy who last year would neither block nor tackle. He did an excellent job at both this year and had the speed to run the reverses. Once through the line of scrimmage he was long gone. Car- ried the ball twice against Westville, result 2 touchdowns 36 yards and 63 yards. We call that par for the course. IOHN GALYEN RONNIE GALYEN LARRY ELLIOTT CARL CUNNINGHAM GENE PRIBBLE BILL AUSTIN-Senior, left end, 160 lbs 6'0", 3rd letter. Bill carried more ground into the dressing room on his cleats than our opponents made around Bill's end position. Had far superior ability on defense than on offense. Had good hands for pass catching and knew how to use them on defense. Won Sportsmanship trophy for 1952. MARVIN MILLER-Senior, left guard, 160 lbs. 5'9", 2nd letter. "Marv" was a fine team man. He played his very best always and was a great help to the spirit of the team. A terrific tackler from the linebacker position and could block with the best. We called him "the dry cleaner" for when "Marv', hit 'em he knocked a cloud of dust out of their breeches. We will never forget his 92 yard T.D. at West- ville. FRANK CORNWELL-Senior, center, 140 lbs. 5'10", 2nd letter. Frank called signals from the center posi- tion and did an excellent job. He made few .bad passes from center and was one of the best blockers on the squad. Loved to tackle hut didn't get too many chances at halfback for there was a line up front. The last of the Cornwell boys we regret to say. JACK PRIBBLE--Senior, right tackle, 158 lbs. 5'11", lst letter. Jack was unfortunate two years ago to be in an accident that badly broke up an arm but with a sufficient number of wires, screws, nails and plates, the doctors put him together and two years later gave him the O.K. to play football. He played as ,if he had been playing all the time and loved contact. Liked it rough and asked no quarter. Gave us un- expected strength at tackle along with brother Gene. When the opponents tried Gene's side they gave up only to find hitting the other side of the line was just as bad. ou., .. 5 .5 .3 R x :Hyip If f DON JOHNSON CARL CUNNINGHAM-Senior, right guard, 160 lbs. 5'10", lst letter. "Carl Eddie" was one of those boys who came out for football late and just started playing. He had no experience, didn't seem to need any, learned fast and loved contact. He filled one of the two big holes in the offense and was one of the big reasons the team developed so fast. GENE PRIBBLE-Senior, left tackle, Capt., 181 lbs. 5'11", 3rd letter. Capt. Gene was shifted from center to tackle position and played rough, hard foot- ball. Had moments when he was sensational and never looked bad. A fine capt. of one of the toughest tackling teams in the schools long football history and Gene believed a Capt. should lead. DANNY SMITH-junior, right end, 152 lbs. 5'11", 2nd letter. "Danny" developed into a fine blocker on traps and had average speed to pull and lead the reverses. Had trouble learning to use his hands on defense but improved as the season went along. Played his best game at NVest- ville which is the hope of all Buffaloes. Has one more year to go and should be an excel- lent end. We might add that he is also the end of the 5 Smith brothers to play for Georgetown. Payf Sezenty one ll GEORGETOWN 40 OAKWOOD 7 The Buffaloes were starting to roll and Oakwood proved no puzzle to them as their blockers began getting effective blocks and the ball handling began to be deceptive. Elliott, Bon Galyen and Don Iohnson looked good on offense and Miller and Austin played strong defensive ball. viai -P ., LEO SEED its- QA K .I .K QS! ,Q-gi f iq 6 - at . I .. ieoal fi tdvld t Coach A.t. A , A IVAN c. BURCH B s Ass't Coach, ROBERT S. YOUNG GEORGETOWN 14 HOOPESTON 0 In a hard fought rivalry game, the Hoopeston Corn- jerkers coached by Bob Sanders, former Buffalo Capt., found the hard charging Buffalo line just too much to handle and the Hoopeston offense was completely bottled up. Defensively one could not select any one Georgetown boy as outstanding for all eleven boys were tackling very, very hard. Ron Galyen ran well on offense and Marvin Miller did a fine job blocking to help win this game with our friendly rivals from Hoopeston. Page Sevevity-two JOHN MORRIS DON NIER GEORGETOWN 13 PARIS 8 In a game following the tough defensive game against Hoopeston the Paris Tigers found the Buffalo line doing a very poor job. The tackling of Frank Readnour kept the Buffaloes from taking a licking. The Buffaloes were not sharp defensively and their ball handling was sloppy and blocking was scarce. Paris almost upset a better team but did not quite have the ustufff' to do the job. GEORGETOWN 34 CATLIN 0 The Catlin Wolverines were no match for the slick ball handling boys from Georgetown and although the Wolver- ines played a determined game they could do little against a rugged line and the sharp blockers from Georgetown. It was a matter of the Buffaloes just being too strong on defense and offense. Carl Cunningham, Ioe Wasko and Frank Cornwell had very good performances. IERRY LANTER FRANK READNOUR , X fm. A ..' - v'-iv f ef ' "5'f?1.f ' " H QW, ROBERT DUNCAN v CARROLL BALL CIQOHCETOVVN 50 XVESTVILLE O VVowl lt's hard to believe, but that was it! In this series of games between these two outstanding football rivals, points have been very hard to get for some 35 years. It has always been a game in which a touchdown would likely be enough but the Buffaloes took charge of the game in the opening quarter and with the line charging and blocking "with sound effects" this game of all games became a rout. Fans will talk about the precision of the devastating attack of the Buffaloes for many years to come and perhaps these eyes will be old and tired ere they look upon another exhibition of football Wizardry to equal that demonstrated by the boys who wore the purple and white one night on November 7, 1952. This may never happen again . . . but we were there when it did. GEORGETOXVN 19 LINTON, IND. 6 The Buffalo line was charging and tackling hard on defense and only the pass defense looked weak for the local boys. John Morris, Larry Elliott, Ron Calyen and jack Pribble turned in fine games offensively. Captain Gene Pribble and Danny Smith played well on defense. Linton was no match for the Buffs. 'QQ avg. X JOE WASK0 . . I to ISE i f X . Rag . E ,t S EASON X ,- - ws F I R A . , .3 in 55 35 GENE PRIBBLE 'V I I Captain ll CLYDL BROOKS DONALD PATAKI fi DON MYERS CEORCETOWN 6 URBANA 13 In the opening game at Urbana the Georgetown team found themselves lacking in decisive blocking and were guilty of a few defensive errors which enabled their Big 12 opponent to win 13-6. The second half play of the George- town boys showed improvement and gave promise of things to come. Page Svzfvnty-three . . 4 .. Night Page LEO SEBD-Senior, end, 144 lbs. 5'10", 1st letter. Leo was just beginning to find out what it was like to play football. XVaited too long to start but was a very rapidly improving player. Too had he doesn't have another year. DON NIER-Sophomore, lwlfbuck, 132 lbs. 5'9", 1st letter. Nier has speed and although small, he can run hard. Played very well in the Catlin game and showed signs of becoming a fine running back. Tackling improved a great deal this season. Hope he takes on 20 lbs. before next season. JOHN MORRIS-Sophomore, tailbnck, 146 lbs. 5'93i", lst letter. One of the hardest running backs on the squad. Very much improved over last year. Good tackler and fair blocker but needs to work on passin to add to his threat from tailback. VVith his speed and drive he should be one of Georgetowns better backs before he Hnishes his football. BOB DUNCAN-Sophomore, fullback, 167 lbs. 6'0", lst letter. Bob is a very outstanding prospect for a Sophomore boy. Has size, good knee lift and fair speed for a big boy. When he learns to use his blockers effectively and to cut sharply, look out for this feller, he should give the Buffaloes a real threat inside. CARROLL BALL-Junior, quarterback, 150 lbs. 5'8", lst letter. Carroll is a little slow but runs hard and developed into a fair blocker this season. Has quite a bit of natural ability as a passer. Should speed up before next season and earn a regular berth on the starting lineup come September. JOE VVASKO-Junior, left end, 157 lbs. 5'11", 1st letter. Joe has the Hstickyv hands so necessary for a pass receiver and he played well on defense. Teamed with Smith, these two lads should give the Buffaloes very good end play next season. JERITY LANTER-Junior, tackle, 203 lbs. 6'0", 1st etter. "Pinkey,' is developing fast. Has quick hands and is big. If he decides to get tough next year he can be a very good tackle. Lacked desire this season but can move well when he decides to go. Look for him next year, we think he will be a fine lineman. Setvnty-four FRANK READNOUR-Junior, tackle, 160 lbs. 5'9", 1st letter. Capt. elect for '53. Frank was the most improved defensive player on the squad. A deadly tackler and practically impossible to keep out of the other teamis backfield. Quick on the charge but lacks effectiveness on offense. If he im- proves his blocking he will be a standout in '53, JULIUS PATAKI-Junior, center, 160 lbs. 5'7", 1st letter. "Julio" was not the fastest boy on the squad, nor was he the quickest charger, but he was always on the job and improved as the season went by. If he speeds up he could be in the starting lineup in 1953. CLYDE BROOKS-Senior, guard, 130 lbs. 5'4", lst letter. Clyde was much too small in size for a lineman, but what he lacked in pounds he made up for in spirit. Good defensive guard and would have played consider- ably more ball but was injured a great part of the season. DOIN? MYERS-Freshman, guard, 164 lbs. 5'10", lst etter. Don is one of the five freshmen boys to earn a letter at Georgetown during the last quarter of a centu-ry. A very good prospect for a young boy. has size, good speed and developed quite a bit of a liking for contact during the season. With three years to go we think Don will become a fine athlete. Reserve Letters in Football JOHN LACEY-Sophomore-tackle RON MARKEVICH-Sophomore-tackle BILLY MORRIS-Sophomore-end JOE DROTIS-Sophomore-guard NVENDELL MORGAN-Sophomore-quarterback IYRANN THOMPSON-Sophomore-center STANLEY COATE-Sophomore-guard LARRY PERKINS-Freshman-end RODNEY DAWSON-Junior-end DON BEAUVOIS--Junior-end 1952-53 Season Georgetown Cayuga Georgetown Chrisman .. Georgetown Westville .. Georgetown East Lynn . Georgetown Indianola .. Georgetown Champaign Georgetown ....... Unity ..... PARIS HOLIDAY TOURNEY Georgetown Casey ..... Georgetown Normal-Com. Georgetown Paris ...... Georgetown Benton Georgetown ....... Westville .. Georgetown Bismarck .. Georgetown Sidlel ..... Georgetown Catlin RESERVES Third Row--Marvin Brooks, Billy Learnard, Gene Sprouls, joe Barney, Allen White- side, Don Myers, Junior Whitmore. Second Row-Ronald Starwalt, Mgr., jerry Sprouls, Wendell Morgan, John Galyen, Billy Morris, Ierry Lanter, Ronnie Felgen- hauer, junior Pribble, Marcus Haussy, Mgr. Seated-joe Wasko, Kent Smith, joe Pin- tar. Don Beauvois, Don Nier, John Mor- ris, Willard Morgan. RESERVES-20 GAMES lWon 16 - Lost 47 SCORES OF GAMES VERMILION COUNTY TOURNAMENT 1Q 2Q Georgetown .... 15 20 Oakwood . 4 14 Georgetown ....... 61 Georgetown ....... 49 Georgetown ....... 59 Georgetown ....... 81 Georgetown ....... 41 Georgetown ....... 35 Georgetown ....... 44 Georgetown ....... 50 Georgetown ....... 63 Georgetown ....... 92 Georgetown Georgetown .......58 .......52 SQ 4Q 28 as 23 as Ridgefarm Urbana . . Oakwood Catlin Paris .... Hoopeston Chrisman Rossville . Oakwood Fairmount Danville . Schlarman Overtime lst 2nd 42 . 44 42 42 .......37 63 If fffsv . .... as ........ 46 34 34 . . .... 47 42 58 . . .... 56 70 Standing-Coach Yarbrough, Ronald Starwalt, Mgr., Jerry Ger- ard, August F inet, Bill Austin, Bob Duncan, Gene Pribble, Frank Cornwell, Marcus Haussy, Mgr. First Row-Wendell Morgan, Billy Felgenhauer, Richard Lan- caster, Dwight Calyen, Dean Galyen, Ronnie Galyen. GENE PRIBBLE . . . Gene, although not gifted with natural basketball ability, is the type of boy one likes to have on a team. Everything he accomplishes on the basketball floor, he has to do by hard work and determination. He is a rugged player under the boards and once he gets possession of the ball, it is his. Although not a great scorer, Gene manages to get his share of points in about every game. DUKE GERARD . . . This is the first year Duke has had much chance to show his ability. Considering his lack of experience, he has done a very good job for us this year. He is a very good rebounder and plays at his best when the going gets toughest. Duke is a very good competitor and one of the har est working boys on the team. With another year of experience, he no doubt would be an outstanding ball player. BILL AUSTIN . . . Captain Bill is probably one of the great- est ball players to graduate from Georgetown High School. Bill was chosen on the All-Paris Holiday Tournament, and is a cinch to be chosen on the County team. Bill has broken the in- dividual scoring record of the high school by scoring 36 points against Catlin. He is also the most outstanding rebounder for his size Csix feet? that I have ever seen. Averaging over 20 points a game for us this year, along with being a great com- petitor, he is the leader of the team. Bill should make some college coach a happy man next year, providing Uncle Sam doesn't intervene. FRANK CORNWELL . . . Frank, who is the guard, teamed with Ronnie, makes up the smallest guard combination in size in the entire county. Frank is another boy who does not let his size be a handicap. He is by far our best set-shot artist and a better than average ball handler. At this writing, Frank is our leading free-throw shooter with a percentage of 674. He is also one of the calmest boys under pressure. RONNIE GALYEN . . . Ronnie is the smallest boy on a small team. What Ronnie lacks in size he makes up in determination and fortitude. His ability to take the ball from the opponents is outstanding. Ronnie is our best ball handler, better than the average shooter from the Held, and a very good shooter from the free-throw line. His spirit and determination will be very hard to replace next year. Page Seventy-six Coach Yarbrough Captain Austin CENE PRIBBLE Forward 5'll", 190 lbs. Sf-nior JERRY CERARD Forward 5'115Q", 165 lbs. Scnior FRANK CORNWELL Guard mm f:ALYr:N 5'1o", 145 lbs. BIL'5eQfjfTIN Cunard Senior 5'7", 140 lbs. E 6'0"3ef,?fr1bS' Senior Page Scvrnty-:wen BILL FELCENHAUER Guard 5'10", 140 lbs. Senior DEAN CALYEN BILL FELGENHAUER . . . Bill was another boy who did not have much experience in varsity competition until this year. He is what you call an insurance player-being able to fill in very capably in more than one position. He is a very hard worker, and a good ball handler and passer. Bill is the type of boy a team needs to have in order to have a suc- cessful season. DEAN CALYEN . . . If anyone is able to Ell Ronnieis shoes next year, it should be his brother, Dean. He is a good Hoor man, average dribbler, and a good shot. This year's experience should add to his success next year. Dean is also a very loyal team member, never missing a practice and showing a great desire to play. A lot of Georgetown's success next year will depend on his ability to take over. BOB DUNCAN . . . Bob started out the season by playing very good ball for the junior varsity. He was brought up to the varsity team in the latter part of the season and proved he was varsity material by the caliber ball he played. Bob is a very good rebounder for a sophomore and better than average shot. He is a hard worker and shows much determination to learn. Much of next year's success will depend upon his ability to improve. DWIGHT CALYEN . . . Although Dwight did not get to play much this year, he was one of the most loyal boys on the team. He never missed a practice and gave his best at all times. When called upon, he did his job very well and I only wish he had another year of eligibility to put his ability to greater use. DANNY SMITH . . . Danny is another boy who did not have much chance to show his ability this year. If he continues to improve and to show the desire to play he has shown this year, he will be a big asset to next year's team. This past year's experience should aid him very much in achieving his goal next year. AUGUST FINET JERRY LANTER Reserve Letters BILLY MORRIS G fl W WENDELL MORGAN 57", 140 Ib-. Junior 5 JOE PINTAR BOB DUNCAN DWIGHT GALYEN DANFNY SEITH Cente' Forward www l 6'0", 170 lbS- 5' 8", 145 lbs. 6'0", 150 lbs S0Ph0m0fe Senior Junior Priya' Serfvnty-eight X L"x, 5-" 'Q ,y boss? - A- pf-F5'QxH'i:y Cl f -'-if L" ll :Tiff in Qi Y f X, RMK ' I, 51 ss 'V X Qi - IVAN R. ' ILLIAMS ' . ' 9? 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