The Smithville Times Enterprise and Transcript (Smithville, Tex.), Vol. , Ed. 1 Thursday, June 1, 1950 Page: 3 of 8
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THE SMITHVILLE TIMES THURSDAY. J( \p
U'THVt! ' E TEXAS
Xorbert Lee Winkler
Norbcrt was born in Schulert-
luni' April il. 19,12 His parents
;,n‘i Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Winkler;
be has lived in Smithville s'nee
the ago of one and one-half years. I
Norbort started to school in
Smithville and finished in Smith
v• iHe is a very active boy and
t'da part in all sports; at the;
ame time he his kept on the!
honor roll every year.
He played one year of junior i
football and three years of high :
eluiol football. He lettered three!
years and made tin- All-District
and AU-Centex team one year. I
Norbcrt played four years of.
tennis and made a good showing.
Norbcrt was a member of tie
EFA four veins and president of
this group two years. He w..s also
Senior Class President. He took
part in the Senior Play.
Anita Louise Nitsehkei Felix (’hrusL’t \\
Anita 1 ' ■ Nit-chke, the cute] Felix
little ••g.d” with the blonde curls jbo.v knov n •
and pret'. . blue ecus. is the cij’h- | a 1 ! ot ,
teen year old daughter of Mr. and his
.md Mi . Rudolph Nitschke of for him a.,
this city. She came to the Smith isn't anyth:-,
ville .--ehols after four and one mi-.rn” < n't
half years . f schooling at Upton, haw n't ! nv
Texas. I-1'1' T-Pot nn tl
An active member of the Sen- *• iskc-tbid
- an matar
,f luck it
joking in iron' t i
< uned School Band
There year. She is
IP he- and Mr V.
• is. I | I ;■ ay b :cl
n you Gladys i
ield. < r members of
An ad in the Times doesn't cost,
- of the most
Cla r Anita is an honor stu- -a\ to v -
1 here is no boy in .Smithville
High School that I would rather
have for a friend than Norbcrt
iff Vff. SHEET YOU
Cordially and with all the
(incerity at our conunsnd
we extend our best
Giese’s Jewelry Store
the re to
He has lott< i
tlirc-e ye.i s h
ing the A!,-D
tra! team tli.
hv'<y. Besides la ing in the band seven
being a twirier for two
is out I year:
cd in football all
has played, niak-
.rif-t and All Cen- i
year. H • has 1< *. •!
Fr\ in Fleck
cicnt and his been throughout
I iter school life. She has been Soc-
ietal y end Treasurer of the class
for three vears. Anita also re-
eeived th honor of being All-
Around Girl of Smithville High
\nlt-i. who is also active in
. ports. played the position of.
l'orvurd on the girls' basketball
team during the 1948-49 season.
She was hanged to the posit inn
of guard -i! the team during the
1919-f-O season. Her fellow plrty-
e: ' -eted her as one of the Tri-
< r t - n. I the Je'in of IP 1!)-P)5't. ] heard "T-l
During the four years that
Anita played softball she played
1 he posit
and made the
I his year.
lie was .-eted the cut' st boy
e.-e.-ed ti nms tor 1
as in eight home
inpionship for i
A n' I
But wait—I m not through11
irs in basketball 'Gladys is also president of the
All-District 'earn FHA. Secretary of the Student
I Council, Circulation Manager
for the Tiger's Roar, reporter lor t
rs. For example.
T-Pot went are nr
ms of right fa-ld catch- thing abo l ,
it, pa-th-e-. and shortstop. Con-
i :li nl iallv. 1 ;• it*lit e ld that she
phiycii veFevhnll for thiee years.
•\. it i. during her four years of
FHA membership, was reporter
In.- the club during iPsH-dlj and
b'T'i'et.,vy Tn usurer during 1949
Ml. She was elected as a delegate
to the State FHA meeting at Dal-
las last year She was also dele-
gate to Bluebonnet Girls’ State
last vear. Anita has been a merr-
b.'t- of the Smithville High School
, Drill Squad for four years. In ad-
J |dilion to these things, she
nior year; and
,i st a*hletie.
in if you have!
about his roos- |
the other day
d saying som
is a rooster.
u - In arian
Tiger's Tales, a membi-i of
Spanish, Journalism and Li-
nks- paidon me, I
11 11,v pen. Where was
plenty of action,
ar in is Vice-Pie.-
tne Senic>i (.'las. and 1 ivu
tie- FFA Chapter.
I bell ve Ervin': favorite
me is just loafing around,
ig it easy. Whi n he grub
to do. Hi
" t ^
class of 1950
you 'oe done.
5a : ui f youA,
/were with you '
an O K.
worked i-i tie, school library
three vear- anil i- a member of
the Lihrarv CL’1 .
Even with all of these i- t vi-
ties to dev. te time to Anita al-
ways found time for a friendly-
chat with everyone.
Anita plans to enroll in Scott
and White Sc! ol of Nursmg at
Temple, Texas following her
has graduation fi ym Smithville High
-W it pel e
l al about i -.-
poopl-.- I'l -.-JV
•f t’>e lew truly,
th 1 1 !nv- eve:
is net-feet lv t- utli-
■ - ailing', the ref me,
. her for he- inde
volt miv- - had the
loasure of knowing Glad' s Bar
uia, you will know what I mean
when I snv :tie is a line per.-a:
Have you evt-r noticed the big
trombone player in our hand'1
Weil, if you hav ■ not you are
missing something. Ho has been
playing that crude instrument
for sevc n years. Yes, it is truc-
Fri’ncis Behai has been a member
of the nand for seven years.
Francis was born on October
10. 1931. He has attended the
Smithville schools all of his
Your yootl work in
sehoot han eome to
a fruition of whieh
you well may be
'<rk i, i i,
you trill reap
bar rests of
Beal Piggly Wiggly
in fli<kr«k swinging
i liic Kamo xip
v«k shown in <lio
l»atsl four yoars
r raneis lias made a very good
showing in his school work as
well as in school activities He
is a member of the Journalism
Club Quill and Sen,II Club and
Spanish Club As for tin Journa-
lism Club. Francis happens to be
oititor-in-chiel of tilt school pa-
per this year He has been editor
<f the school paper three years.
„n 1 he has clone a very line job
of directing anil helping put out
an interesting paper.
Last but r.ot 'east let us dis-
cuss his Intelligence: tint is. if
I have room to write it all. Ser-
iously speak’ng though, Francis
r« a very intelligent boy and hn
accomplishments will prove It.
He has won the scholarship me-
dal for the past two years. This
medal is given to the student
who has the highest average of
the cntiri high school for 'hat
year. I believe he should be com-
mended for this.
Francis was chosen to attend
Lone Star Boys’ State last year.
This is sponsored by the Ameri-
can Legion and is a very high
I believe everyone will agree
that Francis is a good student and
a good boy to have as a friend
YOUR RECORD BOOK
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