Moody High School - Bearcat Yearbook (Moody, TX)

 - Class of 1942

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Yoon Q Eokem Senior' Specials Your Friendly OPTOMETRISTS N Satisfaction Guaranteed 403 Amicable Bldg., McGregor, Texas Waco CENTRAL TEXAS' LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MEN 'S AND BOYS " STORE u- ff L? . 4, if rl O I y X jfs- !! 4, 37 1 y -,rg ,,." riff , F If "r Q It ' lf W ju'- THE CLOTHIERS Since 1890 417 Austin Ave., WMO THEY DESERVE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE U. v Q -'.. ,.., 4 M, 0 v 1 -'g 1 i 1 1 , , . U r r x , ' v 5 ' I . ' In H N 'N ., g- , . . . , . .,, ..l vi , f M: ' ll .!'v ', -N ' o 1 . ,l f 1 K ' '-. 1' V Y Ll 0 , , , Q. Z . , v'. - . ,,L. ,., . , 1- .4r .. ' mL."4I2f' 2542? , V Wg. 1 f . , 'I' "- 91' mu: ,I .yt V W Q M' A ., y, ., L.: - -:L ' Af "vi?x'giTf 6 sf- . WE APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT OF OUR ADVERTISERS Ice Cream ...-ff' f'-M 1' A 1 H Ee: lg and ' 12 5 : . Dai FY Proddc ts .LAERL Maw PLANI If Z J? P. O. DRAWER 329 y Waco School Supplies 1217 N. 15 Phone 2513 M d T oo y, exas Compliments -, L Jno. Wt Duncan Central Texasq Greatest SHERIFF of JEWELERS McClennan Co. 307 Austin Waco T H A N K S Hom Mzmfi 740 WA RD LA wffofv EY DESEFZVE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE XG ttiiii H x Q nu D Moody Jim School We, 1941-452, to future tinue and annual , the Bearcat Staff of dedicate our effort staff' members to con- improve Moody Hights irir ,M , "'r S . .,. bf: ' K., f. iw . 1 ,iw ,g, . gf- ! 'Ss " ft -can . :- Q .1 .W ..- r !x 4 'Ll dt 3 , tbmwwmf- FIRST NATIONAL BANK MODDY , H-111 1 I -34 WE APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT OF OUR ADVERTISERS li V V 1 I A,,, N.,--Q ' 'RV' , 1-fn-:W . f is ---' Q, UT WW-Eiwsfw UQ f .. 7 . I in ' ' Q' VO ' Qi rm 5 3 E MW' lim W fi WA, N. in mi E u-V 5: A-A-'H1'5i:' ,.g -1153, I-, rf- 'N 'N Qifi ' 1--1--ffffg:-,peg-1-f1-"'T"'1fw-,,,,,, ' " -' 1' ' ' ' A X ., - . " ' Wffff-sf 3-2? fil1.flff'Z'gf:-W,-,, "fn ' " 'Ss' , I M' ' w'F'Ei:2f-gy, f 'QQ -+1 WlanuFacTuReRs and WHOLESCLLCPS or DRY GOQDS CTROCERIES QOFFEE SPICES THE COOPER COM PANY I N- . NACO Cleburne fGa.'tesville f-Hillsboro'-Taylor Temple W EY DESERVE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE 1- . wx v ox -4 1 . -J-. 2 4- J If ' 4 L- '+ 1 o ' o H . !"v' In ,- , I A., we 4 ff .Q 4 ' -x Q '0- , . 5 T N. u .A 4 1 .-r 1 ' u , -1 ' T '6"L"' ,, n . ' v 1 rv , A f , lv- S- E APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT OF OUR ADVER SERS . I Complete Building Materials L I I GOLIAS BROS SEBH STIHH LUITIBER 2 I 608 Austin Aveo and 5 At "THE CIRCLE" I Moody Texas I Waco I QfM'f6+-A Dk 2: Zawaaf Aykwgi AF! U Mm-.iff STAFF AND SPONSOR I WISH TO EXPRESS APPRECIATION TO THE FOLLOWING WHO IN ADDI4 TION TO OUR ADVERTISERS, HELD PED US TO GET DOWN TO HERE WITH THTS BOOK!! ME. Rf..-SAfvn1.uv THE RTA. STUDENTS NOTOIVTHE STAFF Eacuur MEMBERS or c-:EADE AND I-ll6H scnom 7?4kENrs Locm SUPPORTERS. A W I EY DESERVE AND WILL APPRECIATE YOUR PA RONAGE .I 0 .41 Y ,- . 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My fondest wish for the class of 1942 is that these same high ideals which have ever enrobed humanity shall be born and live anew in your own lives, that you shall become their faithful ex- plorers, and thus fulfill the test of true great- Jvth ness by becoming the men and women whom we would love, admire, imitate, honor and obey. Sincerely yours, .if N X mr, gg 1. 'I 'K Z A XS.. J,4.,Cooper Pri nczpal-.S c ience 'fa ktwm ' 7' N S "' 7 ,jfnjfffofrdoff 6 1? gfzfff-cgpeech 'N Q 'Z flhvfyofffezqf Czvfcf -Jwffofyf RQ M fWr5.L.Qme1f Home dowmks ' N.- A is as . A F, It .gh X I , ,w1:yL1i.5,'g fn x, I E 1 W sealed! 1w im9 CJ , Q.. A ' X , I 5 fs 'ii AKA. 'S' fbi , X Q i ., hx f Wifi 7? Anderfon- Malfhemafzcf-la fm x 33 r lffzcc CJZMQ5 E zvgfish - Ma fb 'Q if li ,fm 'VVTNM B Us fer Bamf- Iffomf X fi L fax Mafaaref Sfmcke 0,4 Qwffojf fomfffzezfcfad 0-6'yfz'cuLfu,ge Y f 1 ...QA U. . .'Y':- rl '7' . ',V'4 1" V9 I. 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'Q "fl" 'Ts 5 , Q Q 5 .V o If l . A ,iii .1 ' If Q..-..,...1,,,,,, X X . f Biify JIXOIY , Pres. C Lawrence Duoe, f1Z?fe5. Daafyzamblw, D1Zl'f7777Z.... Biffye Wayne' Lkzxfen Sec. Q' Jmgaefwe Yiwyae , 7res. James Mllace, Reparffr Marie Corbin Mabel Hicks Ruth Teague Lucille Beerwinkle jerry Bouldin johnnye Ruth Briscoe Allene Mangum Louise Gipe Charles Howard johnny Reeves Cecil Guyer jack Rutherford Jack Marrs jack Miller Ray Naler 2 5' ,f fir. - 3 5 ,., Q, ,x YQ' e ' C fax J ,a m ,H 5: fl ,v ' C. is W If 1X Q f' v X ,- wi -it Q A: Q- Z, 499' 'fil m . y QQ- . 3 is -Q59 jf . , S 4 as-EZ, Ti vi W 3 E Q25 , 3 1 fi' A 2. .1 ra: C y 3 5 V' Q3 J 'VQ y 4 axial SF. if , L fi if " , fgm new F96 C A if 1 -5 an if is 4 ix ' -fn fn? 5 ' C E V 1 40. , ' W -s Mg-iq .4 T 7' if fgzi?f5.' Q r . Q by 5' em - if J Ray Donaldson Ira Allison Otis Elkins Billy McKinney Ray Garrett Myrtle Corbin Doris McCaslin Felix Edwards Frances Houy Nary L. Ritchie Sallie joe Gipe Norma Bea McGregor Marjorie Nelson Betty jean Hatter Jimmie D. Montgomery Florence Frase Virginia Hargett Louise Coker Mary W. McDonald Christine Harris Evelyn Strange Ina Allison--Choral Club, 2 years FFA, 2-year letterman foot- ball, one year basketball. Baxter, Billye Wayne--Choral Club, secretary, secretary, senior class, 2 years Pep Squad, 2 years dramatics, business man- ager, The Bearcat. Beerwinkle, Lucille--Home Ee. 4 years, secretary, 2 years Pep Squad, 3 years dramatios, 1 year Choral Club, assistant ed- itor, The Bearcat, High School Sweetheart, 1941-42, Bouldin, Jerry--Pep Squad, 3 years, leader 1941-42, Home Ee, 1 year Choral, 1 year captain, 2 year letterman, volley ball, assistant editor, Bearcat Growl, annual staff. Briscoe, Johnnye Ruth--Pep Squad 4 years, 2 years leader, 1 year dramatics, 2 years letter, volleyball, 1 year Choral, 3 years Home Ee, tennis, annual staff, Coker, Louise--Pep Squad 2 years, Home Ee 2 years, 1 year Choral Corbin, Marie--Home Ee. 3 years, Corbin, Myrtle--Home Ee. 3 years. Dixon, Billy--Fbotball, 4-year letterman, 2 years captain, pres- ident, senior class, FFA 3 years, sec,-treaso, junior class, Donaldson, Ray--FFA 3 years, 1 year dramatics, Choral 1 year. Dube, Lawrence--Vice-president, senior class, treasurer, FFA, vice-president, Choral Club, one-year letterman, football, one year basketball and track, Ed ards, Felix--FFA 3 years, manager football team 1941-42. Elkins, Otis--FFA 3 years, judging team 1940. Fame, Florence--Home Ee 2 years, Choral Club 1 year, band 2 years. Garrett, Ray--FFA 3 years, one-year letterman, football. Gipe, Louise--Reporter, Home.Ec, Pep Squad 4 years, dramatics, w"1 -. Miki v ,lf xn- AH ,bl .R 21' T 4 'OS I 1., u ,I- . -. .9 1 ,Q w r ' f I '4 Y - 1- ,dy : .,l I ll, , '- mic., 1 lf, if ' 1 -- , 'S-,Psi .11 . D 'A 3 years, 2 years Choral Club, Historian Club. Gipe, Sallie Joe--Pep Squad 3 years, Choral Club 2 years, Home Ec. 4 years. Guyer, Cecil--FFA 2 years, 2- year letterman, football and basketball. Hargett, Virginia--Choral Club, Historian Club, Pep Squad 3 years, Home Ee. 4 years. Harris, Christine--Pep Squad 4 years, Choral Club 2 years, dramatics, Home Ec. 3 years. Hatter, Betty Jean--One year Choral. dramatics and Pep Squad, Home Ec. 2 years, music 3 years. Hicks, Mabel--Home Ee 4 years, 2 years volleyball, 1 year Choral Club. Houy, Frances--Pep Squad, Home Ec. Howard, Charles--President, junior class, president, Choral Club, one-year letterman, football, 4 years tennis,sports writer, 1940-41, editor-in-chief, The Bearcatg dramatics 3 years, reporter, FFA 1 year. Mangum, Allene--Home Ec. 2 years, half year music. Marrs, Jack--Treasurer, FFA, one-year letterman, football, 3 years dramatics, 4 years tennis, 1 year basketball. Miller, Jack--FFA 4 years, Choral Club one year. Montgomery, Jimmie Dean--Home Ec 4 years, Pep Squad, Choral. McCaslin, Doris--Home Ec 3 years, Pep Squad 4 years, Choral 3 years, declamation 1 year, 2-year letterman, volleyball. McGregor, Norma Bea--Home Ee 4 years, annual staff,IkqJSquad 2 years, 2-year letterman and 1 year captain,'volleyball, Bearcat Growl Staff. McKinney, Billy--FFA 2 Years, Choral, 2-year letterman, foot- ball, annual staff, 1 year track. Naler, Ray--FFA 3 years, band 2 years. .4 ,, A . -,.: ' .--1. I ,, fy' 'K , P T .K 'v 5 7 - C. ., Q S 0 . -AQ 4-4 1 - 1 4 ,, ,I 5 1 1.4 . 1. I . 1.4. -'1 - 'V.j'4s:Z- W 1 3.01, W. 'ri' v X v. , ' s 1,, 'n I' .fp-w,4 Reeves, Johnny--FFA 4 years, letterman, basketball. Ritchie, Mary Lavonne--Home Ee 3 years, band 3 years, Choral Club 1 year. Rutherford, Jack--FFA 4 years, 2 years officer, 2 years dra- matics, 4 years tennis, Choral 1 year, 3-year letterman, football. Skamblin, Paul--Parliamentarian, senior class, 4 years tennis, 3-year letterman, football, 1-year letterman, basketball, Strange, Evelyn--Home EC 3 years,-4 years Pep Squad, 2-year letterman, volleyball, 2 years Choral Club, Teague, Jacqueline--Volleyball 3 years, 1 year reporter, 4 years Home Eb, State vice-president, 1942, annual staff, secretary, freshman class, treasurer, sophomore class, treasurer, senior class, Choral, dramaties 3 years, Pep Squad 4 years, 2 years drummer, 4 years tennis. Teague, Ruth--Pep Squad 4 years, 3 years drum majorette of band and pap squad, 3 years dramatics, Choral Club, 3 year Home Ee, society editor, Bearcat Grpwlg annual staff, 4 years tennis, County Meet Typing Team, 1940-41, first place, Class A, baton twirling, County Meet, 1941. Wallace, James--President, freshman class, president, sopho- more class, vice-president, junior olass,.reporter, sen- ior classgilyears FFA,FTMLpresident, 1939-40, annual staff, editor-in-chief, Bearcat Growlg 4-year letterman, football, 1-year letterman, track, Choral Club, dramatics. McDonald, Mary Wanda--Home Ee 4 years, Home Ee song leader and nutritionalist, aeyear letterman, Volleyball, Choral Club, Texas History Club, 3 jail J-4 nz,-. f-:A ' FLFXEE s. za.-g - V, 4,57 ,gf - ' , 1 1 4:2 ' . J.. ' is wsvgf. raiffwaweta 'kwxwui aa TRMHf M J :mmf ,- 1 .f"" - ---w--1--Q fff. X , Y -A I ff Q x is 15, 3 if ,x y' V ,. ' N xx I . 1 1 j E Q Cfwzze Cdiiliffff - Qlfes. AL ..g.- X I C K 2 Cfafezfe CZWA -'K Pres. r .5 in X ' lt l e 1- Ewamze Wh- 566. 1 at r' ' in ' ' ff 6Cf!MfAQi77'l6 - '7i'?'E5. , sw e f 5 Cordzce 7e4zyzze- Departerj ip ,A s r ll Q has S xf Cora Lee Hatter IE . fx 3 I. 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Y , .it ' 3 U' S 2 6' x gel VK' sta'- fff' if .Q 4 in Leroy Whitmore Beverly Griffin Doran Perryman Garnet McNeil Everett jackson Nancy Ann Morgan Marie Tilley Billie Louise Wright Billie King Marcelle Duncan Ray Harris Junie Mae Carpenter Doris Sims Dorothy Henager Mary Nell Griffin Ruby Elna Denton f" .4 ,, A . -,.: ' .--1. I ,, fy' 'K , P T .K 'v 5 7 - C. ., Q S 0 . -AQ 4-4 1 - 1 4 ,, ,I 5 1 1.4 . 1. I . 1.4. -'1 - 'V.j'4s:Z- W 1 3.01, W. 'ri' v X v. , ' s 1,, 'n I' .fp-w,4 x L Q1 Qx', in e ly? W, . , 1 f 7 3 39 Q, qs X '- W Q x Q 1 W ' 4 in be ia. 1 " if 'R ii ,. .I 4, xxx L f QQ, Qi ..1.' , , 'K Wt. ' ,. Q 5 ' s 'S , 5 . e A 1 so I L . Ni .x ' ' ' K , 5 1 S 3 QQ , Q ', . r Pl f it 9 R - . f-f L , , ,. Cf . v , '-9 5 1 . , if " 's 2 ff ' f gm- i f W gm is . ? Hz- A 1 ' i ' X 3 6 if if if E21 . K ' . X . X ' ' . 'if' ff- ei , Q5 r W , rf- A -..L - r.,-.i, . Barnell Hayes, Pres. Eugene Strange, V. Pres. Juliette Harris, Sec Dan Herod, Reporter Earlene Burton Ray Reeves Charles Halcomb Lawrence Holt Fred Marsh Carlton McNeil Bonnie Breeding J. R. Bryant Virginia Day Wright Billie Reeves Willie Mae Fletcher Daisy Marie Ball Marie Brinkley Helen Jackson Lilian Wood Kathrine Wilcox Phoebe Wright 's 0 p 'O O .I .N C 'X ? N . 5 K ff 1 -x Sir ,W if SEX 'lggrf -52 X 0 yi' . C 1 Egg :aria . I 4 Q Q4 9 ev E 51. 1 fs fs an L... .- D x in.. I fy . : .. 7 A Q gl in ': N' Rss. , f , gf if ' iff- Q A W as Q V A L I , 'A" S X r 1 W Y , '.l. U 1, A l - 3 M, I L4 4 .Qr 1 W . ei W w , 1. ' ' 2 1 A':" ' ' rf fs. ' nl Am., V iii? i' -i" xv. is g,..2 -5 1 ,Q Q5 far- i Qs 5. Earl Shamblin, Pres. W.T. Buro, V. Pres. Bobbie Teague, Sec.-Treas Billie Ruth Tosh, Rep. Christine Guthrie Carson Marrs Doris Halcomb Wanda Alton Neva Mae McNeil Billie Clark Gladys McNeil Edith Linder Catherine Morris Wanda Gorman Christine Davis Julia Allen Wanda Joyce Bell ...R 75 F7 .- A f .'Bi b at thin' g q'1FXg if ' ij. i Qi: I ", 'nfwbm u g .Xl . i . 2 'c N .4 I fi K ff .' 9 QMS- rf-1 - . 1 E 5 ' J I V ,F ,I i gf' bn-J.. .hx i I . qifx 2 ,v- . -3 fl fi' gf , , Ba N. Y 'Y 1 K A x y 9 ' " hi' . " . wx , QT , , All xref'--i ' ix Q3-ZQ-xi. , Q ?v ZQK E J 'V ' J 4 WT .I ' , '3 F l' 1 5 '31 Lp '4QQ H l :EL ' x J Nina Merle French Helen Binns Clarine Morris Jimmie C. Rutherford Bernice Brown Wanda Diddle Robert Miller james Perryman Bobbie Naler Lillian Wallace Mattie L. Reed John Gardner Bobbie Strange jack Wiley joe Montgomery Edward Holt j.W. Montgomery Billie Akin Eldon Ball Floy Williams Oliver Fisk SX N K IN-A I f 5- f.-,Q I .Ii . 4' f. ,f"' J -K 1 . -f C: fyf Xa ' mf 'E fu 'Ziff , . :SEQ NCQ .r H 1,4 -ni n Q 1 . . . 1 'lf i N. ns., t . , , , 1. LL, 'I' 'f . ll .an I ,. fu , , r ' 1 1 Af - . in F. 1 ,ff " X .. 0,0 S S' l A ,Y 1 ' iv -1 Wi' ' , ' , fiffiff' 7' 5 V x 42,-72 , X 14 A -1AQ l ...f Q, Q in L.. A f ML. 57fiWfqafwmf knife!! Dixon fdwafw COACH CADTAINS MANAGER L If 0 s F' , E . X - Q 1453, Nh "z:i1g,..g-Q.g, ,A , ' . wa. - GD C MMF? ,fliwmle WQZZQCQ Dufhezfforaf A Qi 4 5" fr , QQ JQOf50W fVm70i' Jfllson Shawbfzfzv 'ff 413. X . 'A-'i W ' . f R . , . :Q IQA . f , MWF! Cafvfnff 04,166 Howard 5' FT- K 1 5 5' 2 ,,g'l 1 Q ' if f 7 I ff: gui ff i .. ff Q.. ' A. A ' ' ' 'Nr , Q M .V.' fi A 3. K1V A -' Q ' Az, 'S AQ.A N Qllrdner Alla riff Wlchkwvey Erwlw Umm? N 09 f' 9 I V Z? M Q. F . ' A X J, fw '1 43 -11 -V The Moody Bearcats opened the successful '41 season with a new trainer, Coach Sam T. Montgomery, with a heartening 20-6 victory over the State Home squad. Although not a conference game it forecast what to expect of the rompin' Bearcats. Game Two was an expected topple of 12-0 to the McGregor Bulldogs, but the defeat served to fire the boys tozlcomebaok over Reisel to the tune of 34-0. Moody's first conference game, with Troy's Trojans, followed through with another lopsided score, 26l0. District hopes were taken out of the mothballs where they had lain undisturbed for almost ten years, and aired, encouraged fur- ther by more scores like Bruceville-Eddy, 30-O, Crawford, 30-0, and Mt. Calm, 62-O., The latter cost the Bearcats their crashing 180-pound tackle, Ira Allison, by sidelining him for the rest of the season with a fractured right arm. District hopes bit the dust, however, when the Bearcats dropped a heartbreaker to the dreaded Lorena eleven the next week. The Bearcats led the Leopards 6-0 at the half, but a superior passing attack and wide end sweeps switched the favor, ending the game with 13-6 win for Lorena. Although knocked to their knees, the Bearcats recovered for their last game to take it out on South Bosque, 48-6, ending the best season in more years than current students can remember. For our success the '41 Bearcat squad can thank the patience and untiring efforts and good training program of Coach Montgomery. He will be remembered by each of the twenty-two members of the squad and especially by the eleven seniors who begrudged, to the nth degree, the end of the season. ' Qumw Names Position letters Class Billy Dixon? End Senior Ira Allison Tackle Senior James Wallace Quarterback Senior Jack Rutherford Guard Senior Jack Marrs End Senior Cecil Guyer Guard Senior Paul Shamblin End Senior Ray Garrett Halfback Senior Billy McKinney Tackle Senior lawrence Dube End Senior Charles Howard Halfback Senior Clarence Clark Halfback Junior Charlie Cantrell? Fullback Junior Ed McKamie Center Junior Everett Jackson Guard Junior Jack Bouldin T3.Qkle Junior Garnet McNiel Halfback Junior Carlton McNiel Halfback Sophomore Eugene Strange Guard Sophomore Edward lee Erwin Tackle Sophomore John Gardner Tackle Freshman Bobby Naler Halfback Freshman SCOR E - I3 0 AR 1: if 1' DATE OPPONENT WHERE WE THEY I Sept. 19 State Home f here 20 S 6 Sept. 26 McGregor there O 12 Oct. 9 Reisel P here 34 O Oct. 17 Troy there 26 O Oct. 24 B.-Eddy ? here 30 O Oct. 31 Crawford there 30 O Nov. 7 Mt. Calm here - O Nov. 14, Lorena there 6 13 Nov. 21 S. Bosque there 48' 6 W IMlullwIWo Mnhwihn W ,srl V5 "v. L', L. 'Z'- . N A - s H1 ., w ,.,f. E, :El vm ,wx I -uw harm Wlmv what RWE? an -sux vain ,nm- xgr' f ve w sms are ww A , ,ny 33 fa: FP .. J, sl Q9 ,, a A 1 . I ', l fi 4 I-' I I X nf . R65 ,YDVYZA 07' ft im Quik ,ze-,Hz annum v. 1- .. . pn-bv: , J Wi . .mi - was A GK' x' Ce? 1"'W8 ,Y-A 1-EEE I' ' 15 25 4399: l RW! QQ? YV ,-,, ff-bm fi MZMZQKZ r r V .- .r" V".4 ,V " 'Jun V .. ' r :' - 'I' V . VV I V ,. V ,, . , .- V I ' ' , 7 4. ,gm . 1 V 'x F ale'-me 5 P .av .. .45 V,V,,. , 'Va V. V l 'mriaf' . ., N V. .,, AV' .- .H .AV AV. -. 51, 'MF E .X V . f --al ' ,.:..f . tml' .JV p VW, .fb ' 4.. VP V v " . .. .Tp 1 - TV. va --, I 1.0 I' V. ' fr " tw I Mx ff... -"4.. .. '7 - ' rw 1 VV V JV 'fl V .5- x L ' V I A . V - ...A . .V T3 V 'K Q . .ef V V V . . V, V- . ..1. V4 V.. .' Vx -V V' gif" ' A.. 5 m '-V 'jf' . ... ,, ,lf ,,. 4,.,' , I , .3 . Y --' .9'f:f' 35, . It 2 'V I. ' -NIV. ' x - V I VV A V ' Tn' . -9 ,Wu VV V. JV. .Q v. ., -, .VV V 4. . V Ji V ,VurC1' 4V VV.. 71- we ,-,V . Q H.. ,V v f U ' ...ml " ,V ., ,T V V . ,, X V - .VV I :,.V'.'-N " .' ' V. . vw., A I V . , 3 . ,,.- . , l ' '.. .'-. I 4, ' V "s1g3V' ' '.'mV."4,,' 'kV M .f. ' "' ' i5'Va'f 23' ,' : 1x 1 V . A Vim' -9- mf - V sf .. . , 4-.L -. . -. ' YQ' ' ' ., .xg..,' ff-' . .1 I 2 , ., 4..-.awp A' , -P. Ewa- z ' W " n 'Vu 5" V' .. I :Vw Y 5- - , .7 M -DWL- VV " :H ' X if '. . . .fii.QV?'f'?".f - -I' ' V JV , 'S . ,-. . V rw .f 1. "' w M J .V , -um nun..- ..,., : . . , V V., . ,.- . V. , . A , . A i I 1 ...av Map' .fp vm r ' y - .L 'r n x W Volleyball has ranked first in girl's athletics since 1939, with the opening of the new gymnasium and Mrs. Variel Garner's becoming coach. In the 1939-40 season, Doris.Myrle. McGregor captained the team and the girls placed third in their own invitation tournement. Under Captain Jerry Bouldin in 1940-41 the team won county-wide recognition and was invited to a tournament in Rockdale, where Jerry Bouldin made Rockdale's all-tournament team and the Moody girls won second. The season's lettermen were awarded green and gold jackets. In 1941-42 under Captain Norma Bea McGregor, the team was one of the best organized in the state, winning first place in county meet and being selected as one of the three demonstration teams for the Central Texas State Teachers Association Meeting in Temple. Jerry Bouldin made the all- tournament team. The team beams with pride at its progress of the last three years and attributes it to Mrs. Garner's fine leader- ship and coaching. iwkezduff For a successful 1941-42 season, Moody High's basketball team dropped only one conference game, to Lorena. Out of nine starts, they won six games and lost three and ran up a total of 274 points to their opponents' 133. Seventeen boys came out for the team this year. Of these, Moody loses three from next season's squad but has a promising lineup for next Fall's roster. . n uf J , 1" gh 1' "Y. 5 1 11'-. , , X '5vi,..v 1 'A W., JT., 1 N. .1,. ,,. , I ',,,,-1. SS XXX X Uwwid ff WLM W 'Q f-vs: K 1' I nuns-mm: 11 f-:N b-mae.. ,.. . me 'aff fs..- MOTTQJ: "Keep 'Em Yellin"' PURPOSE: To encourage school spirit and lead the student body in support of school sports, Moody High School's Pep Squad as led its district in honors since their first field drill at the Lorena-Moody game in 1938. Since that time, two snare drums, donated by the Moody merchants, and a bass drum have been added to the squad. Gladys Hill and Jacqueline Teague were the first drum major- ettes and Norma Lee White was the first to carry the bass drum, In 1939, Ruth Teague was chosen drum majorette and Moody won for the second year the honor of being the best squad in the district. Each year the pep squad honors the football boys with a banquet and Mrs. Jones, pep squad sponsor, has directed sev- eral football plays. The leaders for the 1940-41 year were Sammye Caruthers and Johnnie Ruth Briscoe. This season Johnnie Ruth and Jerry Bouldin occupied the leader's places. The NBearcat Growln was organized at the start of this school year for the purpose of reporting school news to the community. Interest in the paper, published weekly in The Moody Courier, has been gratifying. The following staff was elected by the high school assembly: Editor-in-Chief ...... James Wallace Assistant Editor ..... Jerry Bouldin Society Editor ....... Ruth Teague Sports Editor ........ Charlie Cantrell School 0rganizations,Norma Bea McGregor My - M f"N f ' ' 1 5 1 L, f' 4 5251 ' ,: SZQXZIWQWA pyfmmgg AIA -- fd!! The Moody Chapter of Future Homemakers, organized in 1935 and sponsored by Mrs. Layton Garnor since 1936, is progressing in the fields of homemaking. This year, the former course of "cooking and sewing" has been replaced by a study stressing preparation for and manage- ment of comfortable and desirable homes. Our part in defense is UBuild Up Your Home and Help America!n Officers of the Homemaking Club of 1941-42 are: President ..................... Norma Bea McGreagor Vice-President .... .... Jacqueline Teague Secretary ........ .... Lucille Beerwinkle Reporter ....... .... Billie Ruth Tosh Treasurer... .... Doris Sims Chorist .... .... Billie Catherine Clark Sponsor ....................... Mrs. Layton Garner MOODY CHAPTER FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Moody Future Farmers, a student-elected and controlled organization, is designed to promote thrift, cooperation, recreation, citizenship, and train rural leadership. Moody Chapter No. 264 received its charter in 1932 and has been constantly affiliated with the state and national chapters since that time. The Moody Judging Contests, an annual event conducted by the Moody Future Farmers, has won. the state recognition and fame. Moody FFA members are noted for their ability in breed- ing, feeding and showing their Aberdeen Angus cattle and Berk- shire hogs. fx E' , 1' Nl ,, A X R f N M , ,V f I ' 3. -, 'QSCM Q4f'11"""""f,,f" . " - Lg , tr,-a 4- Ascwcczi' 'K' fg 42 MOODY HIGH MOODY TEXAS fiona-,F 5 A ee The Choral Club has 48 members this year, 36 girls and 12 boys. We take great pride in our musical attempts and put our best efforts into their preparation. Its purpose is to school us in choral work and in turn to contribute our programs for the enjoyment of the school and the public. Bev. W. W. Brister has driected the group since November. To his faithful hard work and patience we owe most of the steps forward we have gained this year. Next year, and every year hereafter, we hope to continue to offer the Choral Club with its musical training and program possibilities to Moody High.' Mooov HIGH scHooL BAND The Moody High School Band, organized in 1939 by Aron Keene, has grown several times in members and variety of instru- ments since that time. The.Band was fortunate in securing Rev. W. W. Brister as director in the absence of Mr. Keene. Rev. Brister, a musician himself, has added a junior band to the group, com- plementing the senior section. The latter is continuing its advanced work and new instruments are being added. The Band has been of equal service in school and community entertain- ments and on the football field sidelines. Increased interest has been gained with the organization of a Band Parent's Club, under Rev. Brister's supervision. XXV Wllifffffffx X er 4 S . I Cx l Q':-'?b .: xt' Q yv 1 L 45 If X . V J H 2? li , t s X: Q Klbahfaa lbw fm! A fadaior-erm cgfuef BUSINESS STAFF: Ruth Teague Billy McKinney b Jacqueline Teague James Wallace Jerry Bouldin Ray Garrett johnnye Ruth Briscoe Otis Elkins Cf ai? ' i fgru 1741 f V1 iffy all ,i'f'i4, x , X-- ,,,1 Q 4 'J' JfQ'f'fLfa 22, HM iw :4L5nffssfWana9ef EDITO IAL STAFF: Lucille Seerwinkle Virginia Hargett Emogene Tosh silly Dixon Sallie Joe Gipe Doris Sims Norma Bea McGregor lx XS XX X X 5 FN Qi s'1 WWE "f' . ,VK B1 1' M Baxter fhciafeffgze ka? i11 Qu! Gaye MY.. 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