Moody High School - Bearcat Yearbook (Moody, TX)

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7 .i fan' -, 'A xg df iii f?54 Wiaodq qfcgl 544445 , 6:1444 Walame IX Ed1tors DORIS ROBINSON CHARLESD WRIGHT Sponsor MRS M H MCGINNES X X. . A fl. O'-at I - 1 -f . My Nm Q' " ff," h 4 V 5- '-Af ,,. I Rix PQ, C . - ' . , I O Because of the many years he had spent servlng Moody l-hgh School because of the h1gh ldea ls he had always matntalned and because of his efforts to pass them on to h1s students we the Annual Staff ded1cate the 1954 BEARCAT to the late MR I H COOPER N I If 4' " 41 . L., , ggpja 7, '-L.,-'o ,af ',,.43.'-..':':rxn,-, -."'1 . '- . ' v.. fo,As.s.Q,,.l1 , ., .:. yu J ..fc:a0. ,n gan, :' -x f'..4?'5':. WJ" '-'-nh .-+I-. . . . ' ' .' !9g2g:,r!44g!'., .'.f-""' 3: 21 Q' .-",.g.-.' , f 159,09 ,f,,v.,. '. ' has .Je . f H. ... x ,0:.'.' 54 .-. -.'. ,, y, .-,H '.' '-,',.,f -f .ff ., , -,.g.,, ...uf -I 4: f' ..:+ f . ' fs- ' 1 .n .' o ' .' .f .-+ , f fra? :z' 1' "'f'4J'v'J'- .'-.- .4 ' ff., fl. fzfoslyl I" 4 a,, Ae?" '640-'I ' a J 'Q - . M" 'f :If ' ,- ',.f.4-.3.5,5,,'."f. 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The BEARCAT 15 only a small part of your lrfe at M H S but we want rt to be a part that you wrll never forget a happy memory of your hrgh school days We want thrs to be your book telhng the story of your hrgh school days As you turn the pages of your 1954 BEARCAT we hope you feel as though you are lookmg at the rnsrde of the heart and l1fe of every student at M H S THE STAFF E591 F r -- """"'----- ' f- H , T? V-, . . a ., .- , ' 'vu .4 ' i "' 1 -Av lun l ' . 1 i 11:-.., Q , 'v Am- 'Q' Y' B ,L A . A - N - ..x '-- '- ..,' tr Q ' ' - , ' i',f-.-r, ,, n. Y .,..- ,..- . - . ,A --.1 r if , . . Y- . , , M an J, 1 . Y ,,x.v, F .-91,15 .' J- . -4 3 Q, A 1-.. , J ,, .. -U 3 ax-4. ey., asa.: 1. y . -v-, A ...M .UWV 1. ,. rr' ,..,. 4.,.., , 1 . 4,4 ,,,-- ,- -NV , - , . ,a - V - W., , a .. -V qv, I '... 'I-V 1, A '- Q . ,:"ff"! ,.-, fs f ,5:i"' "' r ." " .. -fa A" A'-G ' - 14 ,.f.,f.,. -- . ' Q A - .9 A , ,lbw ' 1 ' ' , I- an -4 F -' I. f5.,1f..:.' 'QQ ' '- , o 0 og . . . - . D NISTRATION P'Al'LAl.EKANDl'IR H H JUSL-21 WALLACE HUHDETT, Prrvden! W I Ill NIL! Fl H .gh r I rm 1- B- willy S"""" o. fx ex-wav. Euv me-f we fr: we 1. xnxx 4 mn -7 v shura F J 'CHRIS Y .XINLR14 mul-. f vnu. WRIGHT MOODY. TEXA5 lair Students: To the students of Hoody School it is ro' sincere no e :nat your stay here in oer school will oe the happiest xv. most profitable of your life. And, may the 195-4 BE-X313 5 X X 1 Annual be 3 source oi' pleasant memories for all of you ir 1 the many years to come. Sincerely, I I E. E. Parham Superintendent num mmm Pmmf MOODY PUBLIC SCHOOLS w R mmm H... S.1...,1 Prm ggglirlgu' S""""' 5 a PAQ'-.A-4. sowzm-4-neu: K LCHANSY, can sam: Pm. TA!,lOll1.lS ALHKRT GRIFFIN Cal, Pnu CARL wiucur MOODY. TEXAS nunuxxunsn u.1-x :ous T' 1. ,- Q r I 4 Memory is a luxury that only the good can afford. Our Yearbook will aid us to recall many school friends and activities in the future. But only as we have applied ourselves to the talents we possess, only to the extent that we have been good, good in our studies, good in our relationships with others, good in our conduct, good in various activities, will we possess a memory of school life that will endure and will satisfy. A well stocked memory helps one live with himselfg love helps one live with others. Lt!-E Qwvuif' H. R. Durrett FACULTY 4,41-1 swf qw? f MR EMMETT BRUMBALOW Sclence B A SWTSTC MR IAMESE DAMON HISIOIY Physlcal Educatlon M S N SC MR I C OX 'M Agrlculture ""' M S A SL M College MRS LAYTON GARNER Home Economxcs B S N SC 'is. MRS MERLE MCGINNES Engllsh Spamsh B A Baylor Umversuy MISS ANNELLE MCHARGUE Busmess B B A Baylor Umversxty CLASSES SENIORS 646044 CHARLES WRIGHT Presrdent He rs tn the game of lrfe to wrn Class Presldent 51 53 54 FFA Presrdent 51 52 Foot ball 50 51 52 53 Football Captarn 52 53 Most Valuable Back 51 All Drstrrct Back 52 Track 51 52 53 54 Track Captarn 51 52 53 54 Hrgh Pomt Man Drstrrct Track 52 Regronal Record Holder Drscus 52 Four year Cowlmg Award Texas A 81 M Semor Class Favorrte 54 JOE RAY HATTER V1ce Presrdent They never fall those who try Football 50 51 52 Track 51 52 Football Manager 53 FFA 50 51 52 53 Freshman Favorrte State Frnal Iudgmg 50 52 FFA Hlstorran 51 52 Junror Favorrte 53 Press Club 53 Class Reporter 51 52 Who s Who 53 Busmess Manager of BEARCAT KATHLEEN CARR Secretary Ambruon has no rest FHA 51 52 Musrc 51 Pep Squad 52, 53, 54 Drummer 54 Class Secretary 52, 54 Who's Who 52. 53 Spanrsh Club 52. 53 Lrbrary 54 Advertrsrng Manager of BEARCAT 54 Press Club 53 I BEARCAT Editor: Most Athletic BOy 53: Who's Who fm C7 i DOROTHY PORTER Frcrsurer A sweet faee and a sweet 0 back of ll B s etb1ll5157 53 4 Pep bquad 50 515, Cheerleader 53 Class Favorlte 52 Class Treasurer 53 4 Sparush Club 52 becretrry of Class 51 Volleyball 51 52 5.3 54 snare Drummer 52 Terrms 51 Musrc 51 52 53 Who s Who 51 0.2 Busrness Manager of BEARCAT ORIS ROBINSON Reporter Jet black h ur that s very neat a personalrty that s hard to beat Pep Squad 50 51 52 3 FHA 51 52 Library 53 Asslstant Llbrartan 54 Editor of BEARCAT Class Reporter 54 Cheerleader 51 Basketball Manager 53 Seruor Class Favorlte 54 KENNETH DIXON Parltamentarran "As cheerful as a whxstllng teapot." Class Presrdent 52 Football 50, 51, 52, 53 Track 51, 52, 53, 04 Basketball .52, 53 Sports Edxtor BEARCAT 5 NANCY LOU NALER Sergeant at Arms Just as fair as she is popular Pep Squad 10 51 52 53 Twirler 51 52 M ijorettc, 53 Football Sweetheart 53 Volleybxll U1 52 53 54 Secretary FHA 52 Advertising Manager BEARCAT Librarian 53 54 Sergeant at Arms 54 Class Favorite 51 MICKEY PAYNE Historian Her witty remarks kept us in stitches Pep Squad 50 51 Class Favorite 53 Proofreader of BEARCAT FHA 51 Spanish Club 5.2 Music 50 51 Class Sergeant at Arms 53 Class Historian 54 HAROLD RAY ALTON "He likes to park-er in the dark-er." Football 50, 51. 52, 53 Basketball 51, 52, 53, 54 Track 53 Annual Staff FFA 51,52 l BARBARA ASHABRANNER What a sense of humor Transfer from Forney Texas Asststant Edltor BEARCAT Basketball 54 Volleyball 54 VIRGIL AYCOCK Aye every mch a man Football 50 51 52 53 FFA 51 52 TANNER BARBAY Lrfe IS short why be senous? FFA 50 51 Basketball 52 53 NELDA BOMAR She lb an exceptlon to the rule that beauty lS only skrn deep Pep Squad 50 51 52 53 Twlrler 51 53 Basketball 51 52 53 54 FHA 51 53 Class Reporter 52 Class Parlramentarran 51 Volleyball 51 52 53 54 Who s Who 51 52 53 Lrbrarran 52 53 FFA Drstrrct sweetheart 53 Xdvertrsrng Manager of BEARCAT Basketball Co Captarn 53 FHA Reporter 51 we an If W C BRENTHAM Look whol am Football 50 51 53 Vrce Presrdent FFA 51 Second Vrce Presxdent 52 Annual Staff Vrce Presrdent Class 5.2 bports Edrtor Bearcat Lme 53 RAYMOND BRITTON He manages everythrng from grrls to horse racrng FFA 51 52 Reporter FFA 51 Manager Basketball 52 53 Manager Football 52 Manager Track 52 53 Photographer Annual sraff 54 ' ,- .7. ' l' l' 1 !'K '. .f, I rr ' I' Y . . ri l . . D' I Track 51,52,53 . . V J I , ' ' I f"?",f 1 1 .. - - f . I' . '- . CORDON DON 'xLDbOlN Uncomerned Larpfreg and nubhty lllxable Footb1llaO ul o Football Capt un ml Pup squad Buau Class Favorrte a Trauk 5' 03 FF-X N tce Prebrdnnt u Clams Vrce Presrdent ol D7 Who S Who ol 13 bports Edltor of BE ARC AT Q .5 .NMEb GIBoON He ll add amubement to any plan that 5 homespun Gtb Football Q0 31 32 03 Track 51 02 03 34 FF-X Reporter ol FFA Treaburer D2 NOLENE GRIBBLE A gtrl who me to pa s ber gladnes all around Babketball al 3 Annual staff N olley ball 3 34 Pep squad al apanlbh Club 3 Claw Reporter :N FH A 3' Q , I I " . Q 1 N. 'y V , 4. ' .. 'v . ' ' r-w '- . ,V , -,o3 4 fl 5 ' 1' U3 . ,J , H, . r- .- , rn ,. ' L . - -. .. . , 1 N - ,Q X , . I' 1'. I 7 1 I' f' , I . r V' ' , ' . a . . 5 b 5 .. . . - --w '- ,-.:.,D3 ' v '.N ' .-,,. - -. -A -- L . -L. RONALD MCGREGOR Hot-rod happy." Football 50, 51, 52, 53 Annual Staff FFA 51,52 FHA 54 Semor IOYE AINN NIX Her ey es are blue as Te no Texaa heart ts truer Pep Squad 50 nl 12 53 Basketball 31 52 33 34 FHA 51 37 Who s Who 51 -'annual Staff Volleyball ul 92 33 54 Llbrary ERNEST PAUL MCNIEL He has earned the name of Track 52 53 Basketball 54 FFA aenunel 51 32 xas skles 1 ' In ' I , A 7 ,7 ,r Twirler 50, 51 l V 7 ,r-,f.,f PM As I sit tonight by the fireside dozing and dreaming, my mind wonders away, and I begin dreaming what the Senior Class of 1954 will be doing in 1994. lt seems as though this class has come a long way and each one has made a famous name for himselfg The first that comes to mind because she was always, so brilliant is: Kathleen Carr, who in 1994, is the outstanding lady author of her time. She has just completed her masterpiece, "Happy Days on the Leon River." She spends most of her time traveling and goes abroad once a year on the fortune she has made. Charles Wright is now a very famous professor at Texas A 81 M. He is known as one of the smartest professors in the world. His wife, Dorothy Porter, has also made quite a name for herself. It is said that she is Professor Wright's brain. They now have six little boys who have also made a name for themselves at Aggieland. We didn't say what kind of a name though! lf you were to walk into a show you would probably notice a familiar face on the screen. This face would belong to Nelda Bomar who is one ofthe greatest actresses ofher time. Barbara Ashabranner is now editor and owner of the great Moody Courier. She has operated and owned this paper for thirty years now and not one mistake has ever been found in it. She is married to W. C. Brentham, the famous coach at Moody High School They have five boys of their own playing on the football team. I now hear beautiful music and see an orchestra in a distance. As the vision becomes clearer, I see Gordon Donaldson now as a famous singer. He is better than Johnny Ray was. I spot two familiar faces in the orchestra, one being Kenneth Dixon who is still playing a French harp, the other is Virgil Aycock who always did have an ear for music as I recall. If you were to notice a label on your milk carton, it would probably say, 'Spring Valley Milk," as Joe Ray Hatter now owns one of the largest dairies in the world which is located at Spring Valley. Ioye Ann Nix is now Dean of Women at Baylor University. She has changed the rules around, and she is very strict on the girls at Baylor. I hear a roar, a screeching of tires and see a racer coming in sight, and who is at the wheel? None other than Tanner Barbay who has just won the Indianapolis Speed Race. His manager and agent is Ronald McGregor. Ronald's hair is very white because of the various rides he has been on with Tanner. Doris Robinson and Nancy Naler who have been lifelong friends are now known as the Robnale Sisters Famous Dancing Teachers. They have nearly put Arthur.Murray out of business. Raymond Britton is now the Mayor of Moody. He is seen often riding around in his Cadillac with his chauffeur at the wheel. Raymond is a bachelor. He never did have an eye for the girls. Harold Alton is now the owner of a chain of service stations. He is now the tenth wealthiest person in the United States. Dollar marks are his signature. Nolene Gribble how owns a big hotel located in Moody, Texas. Her hotel manager and right hand man is Ernest McNiel. Mickey Payne is now a widower and farms a thousand acre farm in Moody. It is said she made fifteen-hundred bales of cotton last year. Asl wake up from my dream, I am startled by the fact that we are not prominent people of 1994, but still Seniors of 1954, but I am sure that each member of this class will reach the top of success in the future as described in this prophecy. The Editors 5 1 JUNIDRS i IAMEb GA RRETT Presrdent YT' WA NDA GOODE Parha mentanan -Q fi rf' f BILLY JOHNNY BRUMBALOW NIEWMAN Vme Presldem beuetary i DONALD DICKENSON Treasurer 14.1 NELSON TOMMIE JANE GABBERT ALLEN BARBAY Sergeant at Arms ,-1 49' ELGIE DONA LD ANN MARLENE . BROWN BRUMBLE COKER COMER H I vi 5 JOANNE HALLIE ANN CHRISTELL CU1-PEPPER CULPEPPER DENNY DOWELL ff Y 1X ROSE DELORES DURRETT EA KIN LILLIE MARIE IOA NNE GIPE HA TTER ,fin 1? .49 SAMMY BARBARA EVETTS FLETCHER 'I JOHNNY AUDREY LASATER LIGHTFOOT I A 3 . A E. 1 fl' . EE A f A 1' i , ' . ' A .- ra - 'f A 'ff E' A AX X O .Q 8 Q 5 X X I X, X Q' : ". 1.-L f 1 1 4 X -x . , E, A. M- G V i A A f - ' ' , X 'W X , f-Vg x A MA in 7 X AX 3 -Q f." is I ,ik 1 -V L u AJ! I AY 9? f. '. 6606044 A-N '- An I ,,. BENNY JO MA RIE BILLY GENE ERNESTINE MLNIEL PATRICK REED ROBINSON REBA BOB ALFRED ALMA JANE ROBINSONI STANDRIDGE WIEDERMAN YATES uacofzf-2' U L, PHOMORES blurlex Cowan Reporter Bob bum '45 Prendent Ierrw Don Brentham Vlee Presrdent lxax Talley X bee retary X, DOHIHL Porter Danny Chapm Betty Lou Johnson Parlramentarran bSl'g68l1I BI AHTIS Kenneth Aycock ,-Q 'Y Henry Bostlclx Darlene Burgess Sa wc f Z b -V l.i ,w. ! . K WX 'V 'Q 1:-,. Treasurer 1. 'Q ,'. I r,' ' f., , , . l 1 . i 'k --er X l N. k in ' J f by lvra Clements Yarbrough Dowell Www Rogene Connally Clayton Coker Joyce Burton Betty Cagle ,Q-0 .xu C 5 Charle Haas Edna Harnrlck Pat Farrar Juamta Goodwrn L f " -Q C 4 I ."n: -V ' X i - ' 5 9' L .Y . A X f? ' i. X. w' I A 6 a 4 - R, ' 1 .X t , f Dorothy Marrs Carlene McDonald Norma Holder Ernest Kelly A nnette Morrrs ery -C Peggy Newman . 1, f-7 ,I Af 1 FA N f' 5:55 li 1 I QL aa --5 1 15' Y I! xl 'U- ' I Q U 'O ff e ' st.. b as .' Vg " tv fa l RESI-IMEN 'yweimea Mary Roberts Presrdent Frances Garmon Jo Evelyn Comer Secretary Dorothy Hatter Treasurer Vrce Presrdent 1 Marlene Urbantke Reporter -1 Don Barley Ierry Bell Pa tty Hatter 4' NN Mane Anderson Parlramentarran Sergeant at A rms Bobby Anderson .F 8 0 . Q - r 77? tx - Iii! 5 lx. my wr-P' f"Yk X 5 " X ' -- ,'A l Deha F etter man Ga11 Comer Larry Doss D1anne Berry Nancy Berry pf ffsk fi 41 Carol Haigood Charlene Harding Vera Forbes Wayne Gabbert Gemma Gxbson Frank Herod Reynolds Herrrngton Mary Faye Hundley Mlke Hargrove Max Hauer X 'T'- ,L MQW Ceha Mendez Patsy Morrrs Edd1Lh Lasley Jeanette Lewrs Norman McGregor i S Sb fzecdmen 0 Leo Ntles ' "' ...v "-1 Wendell Phrllrps 65 pf K Weldon Schmrdt Wanda Sta ndrrdge ti Peggy Permenter Johnny Prnkston Drnah Kay Teague Freshman Gtrls should strtve to conquer Kathleen Carr's abtlrty to srng Nelda Bomar s ftgure Nancy Naler s populanty Dorothy Porter s good nature Nolene Gnbble s herght Mrckey Payne s abrlrty to palm Joye Ann Nrx s frtend to all way Barbara Ashabranner s smrle Dorrs Roblnson s busrness ways xl -Q nE:.'::.... 5 o'o:+:4' ' 20, o 4 o ,.,...'r , , U ,,,,, '44 :mn 'X 'X A 'VAA Freshman Boys should stnve to conquer Charles D Wnght S athletrc ab1l1ty Gordon Donaldson s popularrty Kenneth Drxon s xmrtatrons W C Brentham s way wrth blondes Ronnre McGregor s style Tanner Barbay s anucs Ernest Paul McN1el s srncerxty Harold Alton s love for money V1rg1l Aycock s abrhty to hunt James Grbson s corn Joe Ray Hatter s Jokes Raymond Brrtton's abrlrty to referee ' t f. Q, 'Il A , , . . X173 7 ' ' 'F 4:93 J - - -- -A U ...-ees: -seg-an X rf f X . Ara Q '4 . 0 A x , .A . R 9 f A Gail' My - -. N, - ,.' f' 1 , r 5-1E'9F.'.::, . ii' " TN , ... X S - 9 N ' A , I - xrxx .1 Q l- Q s-R d 74 . . ' - J J' , . 9 - . , . . . , . n ' VORITES O ev I ,v '-Y - I V , , fktk Q 3' I if ' N xk , S 'ill'- .l ix 5 :- 9343? New N .- X Q- X. Seadaz 746l0'LlfZ'64 CHARLES D. WRIGHT l""O ' 1 A DORIS ROBINSON cuzdafz ?cwofz6Ze4 NELSON GABBERT V 96 limi Y K 418 --Ji"",' JO ANN CULPEPPER ROGENE CONNA LLY BETTY LOU CA GLE 7ze44mcw ?aaa'uJte4 REYNOLDS HERRINGTON PATRICIA HATTER 8- fb- I 'Y K Cf ,.,f ff 4 'E' M ARY RGBERTS l ost L1ke1y To KAY TALLEY Wo MHS QLD' A mbitious KA THLEEN CARR ANNY CHAPIN 4.44- LUS W C. BRENTHAM ROBINSON 770452 ' Zaqaacigdzf pi 30' f Lv N Y- -f ?9epSgaad?e4a ?W,4 Zena QQ' wx Q-fi GORDON DONALDSON JERRY DON BRENTHAM FIISI Grade SANDRA MCELHANEY IOHNNIE LYNCH 411-1 E ga? 3' Qmaie 564005 Flrst Grade MARY SUE HATTER IIMMIE DON AYCOCK 'i Second Grade PEGGY HILL JOE BOB MASSEY " 215 uh? :- 3 8 Fourth Grade BARBARA HODDE DARRELL ALTON ,fi "ff 1 '17 Thrrd Grade DIANNA KAY POE KENT DONA LDSON ffl 'L Fourth Grade JANE WRIGHT JACK WRIGHT 16- 2' fa If? L' I A A ' ,fa -i ' gf' , ?f" 3 .. .N '33-Q .Q N 'ui 1 A . 'V ' X -M sf' ' X q .. ff' fQ".ffu Y 33' 'S' I Fxfth Grade JANICE MORRIS ROBERT ZUEHLKE Fxfth Grade LORETTA CLEMENTS JAMES HAAS Sixth Grade DOROTHY SCHUETTE CHARLES HATTER 3'- ng Exghth Grade GLENDA DICKENSON BILL CULPEPPER Seventh Grade GLENDA ALTON JACKIE OWENS if gat A an 1 is 0 ANIZATIONS ffvuucal Staff 3- DORIS ROBINSON CHA RLES D WRIGHT Editors Busrnes Edrtors KENNETH DIXON GORDON JOE RAY DONALDSON HATTER A dverusmg Managers NELDA NANCY KATHLEEN BOMAR NALER CARR JOYE ANN N X "" -af NOLENE GRIBBLE W ,Q Asslstant Editor BARBARA ASHABRANNER Sponsor MRS MERLE MCGINNES s Managers 'QC T' DOROTHY PORTER I RAYMOND BRITTON MICKEY PAYNE W C BRENTHAN I Typrsts '17 'ffm HAROLD RONA LD A LTON MCGREGOR Photographers V 1' fs VIRGIL IA MES AYCOCK GIBSON G 1' .QA TN 1 , , . A s I A ' , B ff' 1 A ' h " U- 'A v.. I , ,. , W 2? 1 P I: Q 1 x X ' V K xxx T I 3 f A A I ,S 6 Q , '5 F ' J f rl ! - ' ' Y A 2.45 -fy I ' M BN- :gg '4 . 29 a I 6 I :L 12" 'J' A ' ' . ' 'X ,fy ri ' ZW Secada Yi isbn 6-lil, 2533. iii wil au linux: K 1 I1-JCL-.W .9-I' Front row to back left to rrght Bobby Bushrng Earl Ray Smrth Lenord Brown Charles Ray Hat good Joe Burdett Jackre Owens R V Morgan Jrmmy Morrrs Reynolds Herrtngton Brlly All man Ernest Whrte James Alvrn Rhodes Johnny Prnkston Brlly Jess Brown Brlly Wayne, Mangrum Scoutmaster James Damon Front row to back, left to rlght Jerry Cagle, Mrke Alexander, Ken Garner, Darrel Alton, Ken- neth Brown, Mlke Hardrng, Davrd Fox, Mac McG1nnes, Ronnre Wrrght, Jrmmy Shelton, Kent Donaldson, Larry Connally, Sonny Donaldson, Brlly Jess Brown, Den Chref, Mrs. J. C. Fox, Den Mother, Mr. J. C. Fox, Cubmaster, Mrs. Layton Garner, Den Mother. Boy Scouts of Amerrca IS an orgamzatron for boys whrch helps them, through work and play, to become better world cruzens. Founded on February 8, 1910, Boy Scouts of Amcnca has grown to a membershrp of 2, 000, 000. The motto of the Scouts IS "Be prepared." ,x .I I A - Suv - , .,,, , , ., .sz v if- -sf . Af 1 4 J 1, .0 A 'I -I N, "' 'f , 1 .J::,1 1 1 - . , ' 1, 1 , - - . ,. 4 - . 1 , 4 1 1 4 ' I I " ' . - ZZ-, ' ' i- In . t S '- 1 e ' .. , . NLE' 1 V J .L . . . 1' 1 w 1 I 1 1 1 ' Y I I U 5 U I I - 1 ' 1 1 1 1 Q , . EI ,uf F27 FBWUSOI N ',,,,naulson A nwvu...,,,,.ulM..u S UW if Bottom row up left to rtght Bob Stms Clayton Coker Jerry Brentham Danny Chaprn Kenneth Aycock Nelda Bomar Norman McGregor Max Hatter Ernest Kelley Rogene Connally Yar brough Dowell Bobby Anderson Jerry Bell Reynolds Herrrngton Wayne Gabbert Wendell Phrlltps Frank Herod Charles Haas LocalAdv1sor Mr J C Fox Johnny Prnkston Don Bar ley Larry Doss Henry Bostrck Weldon Schmrdt Mtke Hargrove Charles Wrrght. OFFICERS Presrdent Bob Slmg Vtce Presrdent Clayton Coker SCCYCIMY Jerry Brentham Treasurer Kenneth Aycock Reporter Danny Chaptn Parlramentarran Gene Connally Sentrnel Yarbrough Dowell Htstonan Max Hatter Second V1ce Prestdent ------ Norman McGregor Third Vice President --------- Ernest Kelley Svleelhearl -------------- Nelda Bgmar Local Advisor -'---------- My I C gx Mr IC FOX S7717-'fi E Robmson B Fletcher I Comer L Grpe D Hatter C Hardmg D Berry M Comer M Hundley M Anderson G Grbson T Allen J Hatter A Morrrs Second row Mrs wan E Hamnck I Goodwm P Morrrs K Talley A Yates A Lrghtfoot V Forbes N Berry B Cagle C McDonald Thrrd row C Hargood G Comer H Denny M Urbantke D Eakrn A Coker I Barbay W Goode andD P Garner S Co Presrdent Vrce Presrdent V1 e Presrdent Secretary Treasurer Reporter Planrst Song Leader Wanda Goode Ronald McGregor Joann Hatter Marlene Comer Dranne Berry Tommre Jean Allen Mrs. Layton Garner Advisor Ann Coker L1ll1e Glpe orter Some of the act1v1t1es of thrs progressrve group rnclude Kay Talley s bemg elected presrdent of Drsmct 3 Area 8 entertarnmg the F F A Chapter at Thanksgrvmg and the football teams and pep squads after each home game and grvmg a program over KTEM durrng F H A week for the purpose of explarnmg the meamng of the emblem Sev eral guls earned thelr 1-I A 1 Pep S 1954 1 4 Elf, Q Yi- If. 4. f - 1, 'ar S Q4 yf Q , -'J , Ln"T'z" J TL 3 1 tl Ma jorette NANCY LOU NALER N. Naler, I. Talley, K. Talley, T. Dickenson, P. Hatter, J. Hatter, A. Morris, K. Carr, D. Burgess, L. Gipe, A. Mcl-largue, D. Teague, H. Denny, D. Robinson,'W. Standridge, D. Por- ter, M. Anderson, G. Gibson, M. Hundley. I. Comer, J. Nix, G. Comer, R. Robinson, D. Eakin, W. Goode, J. Goodwin. M8j0l'CII6: N. NALER. MHSCOIS: K. MAYFIELD and T. DICKENSON. Twirlersg N. BOMAR, A, YATES, K. TALLEY, J. TALLEY, P. MORRIS. Cl'leCrlCade1'S: P. HATTER, I. HATTER A, MORRIS, D. PORTER, T. ALLEN. Dl'ulTlmCI'S: K. CARR, D. BURGESS, B. FLETCHER, E. ROBINSON, L. GIPE, I, COMER. MISS A NNELLE MCHARGUE Sponsor ii . 9. D. Porter, T. Allen, K. Mayfield, N. Bomar, A. Yates, P. Morris. Second row: M. Comer, I. Culpepper, T. Schwake, R. Durrett, P. McKinney, E. Hamrick, E. Robinson. B. Fletcher. Third row: M. Beard, D. Berry, M. Urbantke, S. Berry, B. Gutierrez, C. Haigood, G. Dicken- SOIL 5c4aaZ77Zaue The Musto Club IS made up of students of ptano and vorce Mrs Gus Hundley ts the dtrector 'G I Hatter C Hatgood P Mom Y Parham R Durrett L Grpe J Comer S Cowan M Roberts Mrs Hundley G Comer G Gtbson M Urbantke D Porter E Robtnson B Brum The Choral Club entertatned the school at Chrtstmas ttme IH the audttortum They also took balow part rn Nattonal School Week and many other events Thrs orgamzauon ts under the dxrecuon of Mtss Armelle ff? .1 C Hatgood V Forbes P Moms K Talley S Cowan B Ashabrannar I Hatter L Gtpe B Fletcher M Roberts I Comer K Carr M Comer D Eakm M1ss McHargue G Gtb son M Urbantke K Dtxon G Donaldson D Berry B Brumbalow 0 . - W - , f. ,- .wwx V - 'W n 1 1 T K-- l U At.. Q 1 Q I . Q .51 u 1 o 1 Q l 1 1 1 n- 1 e 1 o 1 u 1 o I 1 o 1 0 1 0 I n 0 ' . . , . . , , J f 6 P , I xt . L X ' 1 , ' , , , , n , . , Q , a 1 o 1 o . 1 g , . 1 Q p c 1 o 1 e . 1 l 1 u . " . . 1 n . 1 o 1 0 a 0 ' 797,-i'0 Let s do thrs for OUR SCHOOL Thrs IS a famrlxar phrase of Moody s enthusrastrc P T A group Some of the recent accomplrshments rnclude better teacher parent student relatronshrp ramps burlr for the school record players supplred to each room ardeo in purchase oi audrto rrumcurtarn a prano prctures and many other worthwhrle proyects Mrs Wallace Burdett Presrdent Mrs John Lawson V1cePres1dent Mrs A H Hardrng Secre tary Mrs Garnett Cagle Treasurer Mrs M H MCGIHHCS Parlramentarran Sedan! 24444 These men whom you see rn thrs prcture comprrse the Moody School Board Always rnterested rn the best possxble educatron for our youth these seven men grve untrrrngly of therr trme and effort to that end Wgllgce Burdett, President L B Welch Secretary Members of the board G C Smrth T I Morris Carl Wrrght PaulAlexander H H Jones 1 1 I n v - .1 ' ' ' ' 1 - - I O I I O l 0 ' - I I l - o I n 4 . . A - 1 3' ' s ' 'N . , p x -3 a l . ' V F j I I. V . 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N 4 S .A .A B t N 1 THLETICS 7955 E' NANCY LOU NA LER 40' 7 COACH DAMON Managers Captams HATTER WRIGHT HERRINGTON DoNAl.DsoN September 18th was the opemng of the season for the Moody Bearcats Moody went to Rogers to take a defeat rn a non dlstrtct battle 7 6 The hrgh sptrlted Eagles were qurck to score 1n the opemng perrod Not be dented the Bearcats came back rn the second pertod wrth Charles Wrrght runntng 90 yards on a punt retum for the Bearcat talley That left a half trme score of 7 6 In the second half the game was a real battle after Bob Srms recerved a neck 1nJury The Bearcats caught ftre and put on a mrghty march to the Eagles 6 lrne where the game ended 'S HAROLD At.1'oN R Guard inf El KENNETH AYCOCK L En 3 5 September 25th the Bearcats were on the VIRGIL AYCOCK L Guard road agam to play the Rresel Indtans rn a drs trrct opener for both teams The Indrans scalped the Bearcats 19 6 Johnny Newman took a 35 yard pass from Charles Wnght and raced 7 yards for the only score for the Bear cats Outstandmg for the Bearcats were Har old Alton and Johnny Newman . . . . . to ' , ' - F 1 . 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' 1 7 ' ' - f", ' . - '- 1 I f Q ' 0 October 2 the Moody Bearcats went to Axtell for thetr second drstrrct battle The Bearcats were heavlly favored to wrn the game and they drd not fall down a rt, Charles Wrrght and Johnny Newman were constantly gamrng much yardage behmd trne blockrng of the Bearcat lme Vrrgrl Aycock and Danny Chaprn were especrally strong on the defense The Bearcats won 46 0 wrthout too much drffrculty JERRY BRENTHA M Fullback W C BRENTHAM R Halfback The Bearcats played therr ftrst home game October 8th agarnst the Belton B Trg ers They were agarn heavrly favored to wrn and drd so by a large margrn Charles Wnght was hrgh pornt man for the Bearcats wrth 38 pornts W C Brentham was second wrth 13 pornts Jerry Brentham and Johnny Newman scored '7 pornts each The Trgers only pay drrt play came early rn the fourth quarter when a speedy Trger back scampered 60 yards for the TD The Trgers were outclassed all the way ,4 by the temfrc blockrng of the Bearcat lme DANNY CHAPIN Center The frnal score was 65 7 1 ' p bn ,gf N-f - . ' .. uv . I ,. if V I . U I 'MI' 1' . .. gg'-A ,' N Q-. October 17th the Bearcats were on the road agaln Thxs trme to Lorena The Leo pards were tn hlgh splrtts for thetr homecom mg game They showed ll tn power as well as rn spmt The Bearcats could never get roll mg The Leopards scored fust on a 45 yard scamper but the Bearcats were qurck to re tallate w1th 6 pomts A 35 yard pass from Wrlght to Srms set up the Bearcats TD on the 2 yard lrne Wrlght scored the next play on a ltne plunge The Leopards last score came ln the second quarter on a 65 yard drlve The second half was a grve and take battle tn whlch netther team was able to score The Bearcats were beaten 14 6 ff! E A CULPEPPER R Guard l' Q f DONALD DICKENSON R Halfback KENNETH DIXON L End October 23rd the Bearcats played the Crawford Prrates Thls was one of the best games the Bearcats played all season Lead by the sconng of Johnny Newman the Bear cats were tough to handle Newman scored twxce on runs of 17 and 65 yards W C Brentham scampered 35 yards for the flnal score and Jerry Brentham added the extra pomt to make a half trme score of 19 0 In the second half the Bearcats were equally tough to handle but couldn t seem to find the sconng punch Wtth the help of two blocked punts the Prrates scored three trmes and made two extra pomts to edge the Bear cats 20 19 The outstandmg players for Moody were Gabbert and Dtxon. - A -,L - 14 - ' Q 0 ' o ,'.'!' H , l . up a I, MA I -L x AQ- 'Q' fx Vs. V fr , 4. v 1 'W' GORDON DONALDSON Tackle On October 30th the Bearcats played the Conally Cadets on Bearcat Field, W C Brentham scored early in the first quarter for the first Bearcat talley Conally stormed back a few plays later with a 60 yard pass and run play which made the score 7 6 tn favor of the Cadets The Bearcats came back fighting with W C Brentham scoring the second TD for Moody The Bearcats could not keep up with Conally s powerful team and the half tlme score was 20 13 The second half the Bearcats could do no better and the game ended with the Bearcats on the short end of a 27 19 score Aycock and Harold Alton 1 " Y SAMMY EVETTS R. End On November 6th Moody s inspired Bearcats came on the field to swamp the State Home Homets 37 0 Johnny Newman and Charles Wright were the big guns on offense Newman scored three touchdowns and Wright scored one and passed for another to end Sammy Evetts Ronald McGregor ran over the lone extra pomt of the mght for the Bearcats Other standouts for Moody were Harold Alton, Danny Chaprn and Ken neth Aycock. The game made Moody's third win of the season. NELSON GABBERT L. Tackle 1 A , I L . I , an ' ' ' ' fy . . N j' - , A fr ,, O - - W '. Outstanding players for Moody were Virgil - R. ' B+ Au ,R xg- u ' On November 14th Moody s talented Bearcats went to Mrdway to play Mrdway s brg Panthers The frghtrng Panthers rnsprred by thexr homecommg game ran over the Bearcats 44 13 Moody had several rmpor tant players rnyured rn the game They were Ronnre McGregor Charles Wnght Jerry Brentham and Johnny Newman JAMES GIBSON L Tackle MIKE HARGROVE Center ERNEST KELLEY L. Guard The score at the half was 18 0 The Panthers came back after the half to score four more touchdowns The Bearcats frnally caught frre rn the fourth rvuarter Johnny Newman made two touchdowns and Wnght passed to W. C. Brentham for the lone extra pornt for the Bearcats. Outstandrng on of fense for the Bearcats were W. C. Brentham and Johnny Newman. Outstandrng on de fense were Bobby Srms, V1rg1l Aycock, Danny Chapm and Harold Alton. , . l . . , . . . . D. . I - . ,: . ' . , KA, . - rf ' 2 4' . y .. . On November 20th, the Bearcats played their homecoming game against the Bruce- ville-Eddy Eagles. The Bearcats were never -f able to get started and the Eagles scored f twice and made one extra point before the "' I second half. 2?- Y , 1 Q RONA LD MCGREGOR Fullback JOHNNY NEWMAN L Halfback The half time activity was highlighted by the crowning of the homecoming queen Wright presented her with a bouquet of roses and a football signed by the Bearcat team Johnny Newman substituting for Co Captain Gordon Donaldson presented the runner up Dorothy Porter with a trophy The two girls were then escorted off the field by Wright and Newman C BOBBY SAM SIMS R End I I X . . , Q' I L, B ,K Nancy Lou Naler. Co-Captain Charles fp Q 1 . ' ' - ' .Ji I Z In the second half the Bearcats fatled to score and the game ended 27 O Out stand1ng for Moody were Danny Chapln center back Johnny Newman and guard Harold Ray Alton It was Moody s ast game of the season and rt was the last hxgh school game for the followtng Semors Gordon Donaldson W C Brentham Ronald McGregor Charles Wnght V1rg11 Aycock Kenneth Drxon James Glbson and Harold Alton. BOBBY STANIRIDGE R End ALFRED WIEDERMAN R Tackle CHARLES WRIGHT Quarterback Moody Moody Moody Moody Moody Moody Moody Moody Moody Moody Rogers Rtesel Axtell Belton Lorena Crawford Conally State Home M1dW8y 0 B Eddy . ' 1 .I 1 . . ! ' I 1: ' ,j I ,xt -X , l 'A I 6 7 6 ' 19 46 0 65 7 6 14 19 20 . 19 27 . 37 0 .11 ' 13 ' ' 44 V 27 BACKS BRENTHAM TERRY - 16 years old' 5 8 - 170 pounds- Sophomore A powerful back a two year letterman BRENTHAM, W C - 18 years old- 5 10 - 150 pounds Semor A good broken freld runner a two year letterman DICKENSON DONALD 16 years old 5 8 135 pounds Iumor Good materral for next year one year letterman MCGREGOR RONALD 17 years old 5 10 150 pounds Semor Starting fullback one year letterman NEWMAN JOHNNY 16 years old 5 11 157 pounds Junior All drstrrct matenal for next year two year letterman WRIGHT CHARLES 18 years old 6 1 170 pounds Semor All drstnct 52 53 four year letterman CENTERS CHAPIN DANNY 15 years old 5 8 179 pounds Sophomore Played good football one year letterman pounds Freshman Has the srze to make a good player one year letterman ENDS AYCOCK KENNETH 15 years old 5 8" 120 pounds Sophomore Small but determmed one year letterman DIXON KENNETH 17 years old 5 11 147 pounds Semor Good offensrve man two year letterman EVETTS SAMMY 16 years old 6 0 145 pounds Iunror Good materral for next season, one year letterman. SIMS BOBBY SAM - 15 years old- 6 0 - 165 pounds- Sophomore Best pass receiver two year letterman STANDRIDGE BOBBY - 16 yegl-5 Old' 5 11 - 150 Dounds Junior Good material for next season one year letterman GUARDS ALTON HAROLD 17 years old 5 10 155 pounds Semor A determmed player one year letterman AYCOCK VIRGIL 17 years old 5 7 143 pounds Semor Second All drstnct two year letterman CULPEPPER, E A 17 years old 5 135 pounds Iuntor A hard tackler one year letterman KELLY ERNEST 15 years old 5 9 135 pounds Sophomore Good player one year letterman TACKLES DONALDSON GORDON 17 years old 6 2 175 pounds Semor Top lrneman on squad four year letterman 165 pounds Junror A very good lrneman one year letterman GIBSON JAMES 17 years old 5 10 160 pounds Semor A dependable player one year letterman WIEDERMAN ALFRED 17 years old 5 10 165 pounds Junror A rough lrneman one year letterman SENIOR FOUTBA LL BOYS Top row left to rrght Coach Damon W C Brentham Ronald McGregor Charles Wrrght Joe Ray Hatter Bottom row left to rrght Gordon Donaldson Harold Ray Alton Kenneth Drxon Vugrl Aycock James Grbson . - 2 l ll Q . . - Q 'Q' : HARGROVIL MIKE ' 15 Years old: 6'2"2 195 GABBERT, NELSON ' 16 YCSIS oldg 6'0"g L I Q 1 - anim pw And 7 , ll!- MAIORETTE Mary Ann Srms MASCOT Betty Welch TWIRLERS Jean Nix Montle Teague Carol Yates and Glenda Alton CHEERLEADERS Lynda McKam1e Ioan Goode Blllre Mae Beard and Vlfglfllil Bomar DRUMMERS Sybll Wrllrams Sue McElhaney and Rrta Burton PEP SQUAD I Brumbalow D Lynch P Welch D Brown J Smlth C Pamck G McGregor B Coker V Frschgrabe D H111 C Lawson R Allman N Lewrs D Schuette S Eakm W Wrrght D Schmxdt L Holt andM Crrer f- ,CW 'E'-9' Flrst row A Guyer B Nrchols W Schmidt C Key B Culpepper B Dowell W McNe1l Coach Barker B Allman D Barley J Bell N McGregor T Cner W Gabbert B Ander son A Fletcher and Manager I Pmkston. W4 Elf! 435 -.qmuwrqq C0 Captaln, ERNEST MCNIEL Coach JAMES DAMON Captaln JOHNNY NEWMAN MIKE HARGROVE BOB SIMS WEIDERMAN PAT FARRAR Y E A CULPEPPER CLAYTON COKER KENNETH DIXON ELGIE BROWN 2 ' . R ,A N5 1 39.1 'A - ' ' H A . Co- ', T Va , 9' 1 f , , W. 'J W av, xx 'I ' . , Q h, 1 Nx' K ' .N , .z E A i Quia 344.66540 fN NX mu. N' 7 " 'Q sd I' P Newman I Culpepper E Robrnson D Porter N Bomar N Naler J Nrx Mr Brumbalow L Grpe H Denny D Berry N Gnbble D Burgess B Ashabranner F Garmon M Anderson D Robrnson W Standrrdge G Comer P Hatter 'N v' ERNESTENE ALMA IANE JO ANN NELDA DOROTHY NANCY FRA NCES ROBINSON Y ATES CULPEPPER BOMAR PORTER NA LER GARMAN Captarn Captarn , I A I. Y 4 V' an ,9 f n I N I . I . -I ' I f x ' ' 'fl we ml 1 l' , I i A , 1 1 .., 21 vp K., 4 Ki I. A . xx , A A . Ifb .154 1 I E. is KI ,, F h 1 K' . 2 T I 'N' ' s-1 - 5 xi 4' A 'A Ai 1 W .5 U f , ' 5 R Q 5 Ja A0 I tx f nys ' 1 ' ' 1 5. ' - Front row left to rrght Coach James Damon W C Brentham Jerry Brentham Alfred Wrederman Second row Johnny Newman Kenneth Dlxon Sammy Evetts Ernest Mc Ntel Thrrd row Bob Slms Gordon Donaldson Nelson Gabbert Charles Wrrght, On March 18 1953 the Bearcat Track Team went to the Texas Olymprcs at Somerset Texas The Team entered tn Class A competmon and placed fourth out of forty frve teams Moody Hrgh held a meet here at Moody Aprrl 10 wrth Crawford and Brucevrlle Eddy as the guest Teams The Bearcats ran away wtth the meet comprlmg 76 pomts Aprrl 18 the Bearcats entered the Drstnct Meet held at Mumctpal Stadrum rn Waco Moody placed second behmd the powerful State Home Hornets The followrng boys qualrfred to enter the Regronal Meet at Dallas Gordon Donaldson Charles Wrrght Sammy Evetts Ramon Reed Jerry Don Brentham Johnny Newman Nelson Gabbert and Ernest McN1el Moody had only one boy to qualrfy to enter the State Meet at Austm Sammy Evetts Evetts had placed econd tn the pole vault at Dallas but he dxd not place at Austm C59 5 X I 2 u I I ' 2 1 'Y 1 . - I M 4 A A ' '. .3 I 5 -f jf f W, I ,, A f C 1 K E RETURNING LETTERMEN OF 1953 TEAM EMENTARY MR. R. L. CHANEY B.A., Southwestern Principal NX 'Z Y if MRS. E. A. CULPEPPER MRS. LINDA BARKER MISS ULLAH CORNFORTH B.A,, Mary Hardin Baylor B.S,, Baylor B.S., E.T.S,T.C. B.A., M.S,, Baylor First .WL MISS ALLENE WALKER MRS. VERNA Cl-IILDRESS MISS MARGARET MUNZ McROY A,B,, Baylor B,S., Howard Payne College B.S., N. T.S,T.C. A.B., Baylor Fourth Grade Fourth Grade Fifth Grade Fifth Grade I' 'Q x , I li MRS. SAM ROBERTS LOUISE Al-LBRITTON MR. GEORGE BARKER MRS. G. H. HUNDLEY B.A., Baylor B.A.. Baylor B,S., E.T. S,T.C. Music Sixth Grade Selfemh Grade- Eighth Grade 7014: gm Q f .J X P fax Domlngo Ad1lez Jrmmy Akrn Douglas Allman Kenneth Allen Juan Amador nw 41.4 W 1' Not prctured Davrd Lasly Erlinda Ngo Mlke Nrgo Ernest Lrndsey Johnny Lynch Davld Mtller Ieanle Moore Paul Amador Noe Artego Irmmre Don Aycock Elame Barley Donna Sue Beard Lrnda Beth Burton Freddxe Dean Tony Delgado Delores Duncan Gene Fetterman Anna Fuller Chrrs Fuller Yolonda Garza Lmda Faye Goodwrn Thomas Goodwm Brlly Gorman Henry Gutrerrez Mary Sue Hatter 3 QQ ZQQQQ Patsy Munz Sandra McElhaney Mane McKam1e Larry McMahan Weldon Payne Charles Pratt All1c1a Qurntero Ronme Reat Jan1ce Reeves Tommy Rutherford Us Carol Schmldt Lmda Schmrdt Loulse Stler Dan Smrth Jan Smrrh Hermon Solrz Joe Rey Sohz Justma Torre Lupe Torre n Xjv 'S QQFQQQ Charlotte Wrxght I 4 , 4 I . - .4 4 xl . I 2' 4. J Ll. " 3 1' ' J' , .A h J 14 .. ' - 4: 0 X , , . , I y , . I 1 A ,lc . . N ' 'D ' no Q ,fu -A I 1 I A .,x 1: A A ,F ., 1 'rs . G ' fx. 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J' S iz 5.11 g Q ' u 1 Y E ' . .3 ' -v ' . -W ,Q . , QQ 1' .A I? l .tl i -D 777 Not ptctured Larry Shelton Aw ecanduwle Ut Edward Lee Akm Jlmmy B atey Raymond Beckner Donald Bell 11' -lhflbf rf lp 1'97,'9 r Wayne Goodwm Lmda Sue Guthne Fehx Gutrerrez Barbara Haas Joe Hamrtck Peggy H111 Mlchael Lasly Drane Lightfoot Joe Bob Massey Stanley Owens Roland Parham Raymond Sausedo Bllly Ray Shuette Chrtstme Srbley Jerry Wayne Slms Edward Slayton Mmerva Vlllagane Betty Wolff Elbert Woodham Harvey Zuelke Larry Shelton 17 Jane Berry Ann Blackwell Jerry Bob Bomar Btlly Wayne Brown Randall Burdett Leon Carr Larry Coker Denms Ray Cryer Elatne Damels Mary Delgado Charles DICRCDSOD Mary Ann Dowell Glorra Jane Eakm Ernest Forbes John Edward Fox 2 923, I' . f ' ZWAEP V ' I ' X It , ' A A -I 4? 4, ' Y i ' ,, . 'T ' 1 t ' . 3 l ' ' 55' .1 -f 155-1. " 2' S- - 5 W . 935- ':- f?XQ" ' I 'U . ." ' -" ' 1, 4 . N Y L I- u . y 1 , I . , ,qt .l A ' xl j 1' f- '- 5 ',' 1- 1 f 4 . Q -.M 7 ' 'L .I I . . 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Mrchael Rrchard Eddre Ray Alexander Berry Brellfham 91 O fi f' Curus Lasly Patrlcra Dellca Fetterman Fletcher cf Jo Nlta James Morgan Naler Dorothy Carol Ann Parham Patnck 3 H' J' I Mana Juho Brenda Jerry W Llllda sf Q Patrrcla Beverly Moore Morgan Ernest Hal Kent Earl Russel Bushrng Donaldson Emmons W l Dannre Morgan Larry Dlanna Kay Ph1H1pS Poe Ja mes Gordon Trlley Wood Qulntero Qurroz Scruggs Smlth Thompson Not ptctured Henry Shelton I ,iw - Q vi di - ,5 f 47 -. 1 Q, M Q I, Q, I ' 4' X 1 1 " 75 1 LJ ., ,JZ YQ V - N' Q ' X lat' 'ff . f 1, , 4: A H ll 4: H ' ' - K ,V 1 5 . ' g ' 'Q '- Q' A fi ff W , . q Q , 7 V A I I ' -' -1 - Q Xt 'K K ' X I ir- '.' ' A ffl NNI I 1' as 'L' 'r , ' W 1 E P ' g ,, , '-351 . .P fx. S ' 6 W, 4 ' L- 'S v " V ', . ' J f' fr , ri, , N , V E A 7 ' ' ad -1 ?omt4 Qmde I' rf' rg Johnnre Guthrle Jessre Gutrerrez Kathleen Haas Barbara Hodde Jerry Kelly Lrnda Lewrs Clayton Lrghtfoot Shrrley Mars Darro Mendez Jerry McGregor Patsy Ruth Patnck Alfredo Qurntero Felrpa Qurntero Truett Rrchardson Jewel Sue Sawyer Patncra Sm1 Wrlley Bob Smrth Bertha Lourse Spray Kathy Urbantke jack Wnght Jane Wnght Ronme Wrrght an T' A11 Frances Alexander Darrell Alton Isaras Amador Edgar Aycock Judy Berry Jerry Cagle Beatrrce Campos Samre Caste Larry Connally Eleanor Cowan Gary Allen Cryer Mary Wanda Dean Jesus Delgado Marrlyn Drckenson Beryl Donaldson Thomas Dowell Bobby Fuller Joe Gabbert Ken Garner Paulette Goodwrn t A - ' a- 1 'P -1: ' . -' - 'rss N 5 A A 0 lg . , , 5' ' 1 . P ': -O ' Q " I , 4 ' ' ,N N F, a r ' A, X , A. r ' .x ' i . A13 ' A - ' , r A ,.r -0 -v ,Q A 4 'A Q . Q .fl ' law U l f A .fx .5 . tv -3 I ! I Q Q lv A A-: iq, ,,Q ' fm ni' A . A ly h A .A-. . Not prcturedg Robert Barley Fermrn Nrgo l .4 "' . 4 J Q. 5 . I as 'A L' .1 , N K x A , f f, rx :JZ ,L ' . . Ad, - -4 f, 1' "' at A A11 'f Dv,- fi A . 1 'LC Y . . -tj 3,7 ,v V 'H D IQ. , r , V 1 . K ' X B J b -. . . .th -X 5 .V K R ,. 4 I 'J 'e I9 A A 1- ' ' 1-..f '. , 4., ' K A. - -V! -Z il 4 .. - 76194 71446 l s - 0 ' X Q3 .1 Y 'nfl 4 I R Anim I I I KX Mrchael Hardrng Donald Lasly Mac McG1nnes Glen McN1el Iamce Meacham Weldon Morgan Jemce Morrrs Jourdan Moms Leroy Payne Brlly Permenter Franky Phrllrps Davrd Ross Benrto Sausedo Iessre Sausedo Juanrta Sausedo J C Sl ley Joe Srms Johnme Smrth Peggy Stone Patrrcra Welch Carol Yates Robert Zuehlke nr' C51 5 , '7 .. F. L 3 .1-1 Rita Allman Shirley Beerwinkle Betty Berry Bobby Berry Chois Blackwell Kenneth Brown Leonard Brown Jerry Faye Brumbalow Lourse Cast Loretta Clements Mary Jane Cryer Shrrley Ruth Dowell Barbara Duncan Jeanette Eakrn Frankie Emmons Davrd Fox Damel Fuller Maudrne Glenn James Haas Robert Haas Not prctured Mary Shelton X Fi' 2 ,, QQ- f . .,s . Q 'S 4 4 Qy . .tilt X . E X - J 4 1 Mi , - '1 'x ' N I. '," .I ,I 4, V l . 14 'a Q' 1 5 ' . . . .im Q: -cf 11 " X ' Til.. I 0 X ' l A s H . ,,. in 1 4 V ,Z 1 Q Io Ann Na g 5 ' ' 1 gy ' .-- . 1 , X . X X K , ', 'L ' lf i, I f ff ,S A V V , . u 0 . V 'R' ' gl' i- Qisf, . A , I l ia 6 Q Q 7 15- . . ,jf M - g xi NIOR HIGH Y Q Siu!! Qmde 9.9 Q Charles Hatter Hope Hudson Robert Larry Lancaster Donna Jean Lynch Lynda Ann McKam1e Frances Jean Nxx Charlene Patnck Juamta Payne Mary Delores Phrllrps Clarence Rrchardson La Dean Rushrng Lours Sawyer Darsy Nell Schmidt Dorothy Schuette Mary Ann Srms Not prctured Gene Wnght Archxe Barley Wrlber Aycock Vrrgmra Bomar Donnetta Brown Jerrel Douglas Brumble James Burgess Rrta Kay Burton Bobby Bushrng Eswell Campos Francrs Campos Beatrrce Louxse Emmons Dwllla May Fetterman "' Wrllram Robert Graham John Gutrerrez -lx IX,QI Tl, f Q2 Q S22 , 232 I - 4. . .A KM. - ,.a K V Q 'j . I B C r Rf C ,B Q tn le B., ' T' l f 4 - .I K nk - F 1' 4 Q 0 li: Q l 44, V vw., 'I' Q. - - 0 ' as . , f ,Nr ' . l 1,5 -' . 9 Q - - . .P R bi t' Nancy Lewis X 5 fx' Xl"-Wx., dx .T 1 'C , ' A , . A 5 5' , K ,' V 4 '-'Z . Akx 5 . . 'F 4 nb , .j . - 1 X -. xv.. ' . I . I I 1 4 If 5 . . f 4, as 'Z' n I' . . . If . . . - - i A I A 1 U' 'T Swami Qmde Mary A ltce Hatter Loratn Holt Dora Kelly Mary Cappy Lawson Eugene Ltghtfoot Glenda Sue McElhaney Garlene McGregor Btlly Wayne Mangum Crarg Meacham Jtmmre Lee Moms Bobby Nrchols Jackre Owens Wllllam Dawson Parrott Mary Lupe Qurroz Earl Ray Smrth Iamce Smrth Montxe Len Teague Ernest Whrte " Sybtl Wrllrams Wtnnte Sue Wrtght 1 Brlly Mack Allman Glenda Alton B1ll1e Mae Beard James Earl Beckner Mary Ann Bmns Cordlce Brown Joe Burdett Btlly Henry Bushmg Bermce Coker Davtd Cowan Lanell Eaktn Sally Sue Eakm Charles Ray Emmons Vrrgrma Frschgrabe Roy Fuller Monteme Gabbert Ioan Goode Archte Lee Guyer Charles Hatgood Brenda Hale gf!! ' J -Q1 K Ae - 6 fi I " F 3 - ' . -4 lx ' 'I' 'I' Q 'Z . I -- l M, A 4 7 ' 'V l l 0' V 6 1 3 4' , 'A , Q ' X . V 1 X ,II A x- ! l T ' ll' . 0.3 ' ' if - of . .s 1 J 1 - 3 lf il . V .Af 'V A 'D . , -" Not pictured: Doyle Schmidt, William Earl Shelton Darlene Hill s ' , ' 4 ,, . 1 , 1 ' V l XAL 2 .K X .s xx: Lin- ' Y Y L fr 4 . 4 - - gy -' . jf , gi 4 I lm if I girffl . I . ' - ' ' fx X '. G-A A rl -r' A C Q mn Z ' Q' 249464 Qaeda T7 Peggy A ndrews Margre Barr Mary Ellen Beard Mary lean Beerwmkle mf Not prctured Mary Lou Barley Ioan Lasly Leon Nrgo Beatrrce Gutrerrez Carl Key Jane McK1nney W1ll1am McN1el Raymond Morgan Bobby Nelson Lela Nxx Yvonne Parham Ieanet Patrrck Sarah Raby James Rhoads Esther Rushrng Treva Schwake Katherrng Srbley Judy Talley Beverly Trlley mx Lmda Sue Berry Dorothy Blackwell Johnnre Blansrt Bllly Brown Martha Clements Thomas Cryer B111 Culpepper Sandra Danrels Glenda Drckenson Bxlly Dowell Emmett Dowell Faron Eakln Alford Fletcher Dorothy Forbes Kenneth Goodwm 'T 8 Q 2. wwf I E. A ,.- ul 3 F U ,. -s 'L fr. . , dr 5 P A ,. 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Y Ks qu 2 cefveg r0UN0ffV1000'Y 144 fow wrl' we c n rome 'cr 'hose d ol: da tho 'ooo lu A D 1 53 Q L U 1 1 A le P on those xeAt e 1 o he Q 'CPO88 1 ,y P f r 11 sect. rm H e P e o ma f es a wmv o fo 0 91+le 3' work or v'A P lpafll N VcG1nneQ looks on as enitors Dorls CNHFIPS and Barbara work 'uqllv on the annual Mr Durrett and his flve off1 e worxors Doro+hey Porter Kathleen arr, Uolene Gribble Wane: haler and Barbara Ashabrawder tame t me from thel Norm to hav t e1 olcture nad Mr Parham works busxly as his office workers Nelda Bvmar. J0ye Vix Alma Yates Mickey Davne Charles Wright gives Reynolds Dofls R0b1US0H and f9FF1Dgt0D a Senlor to r 5 L21 K1 :C Sellmng tickets at one of our basketball gameaaro lra. Culpepper and Miss Nuns. oot look J -v Q XX iff The sixth period Ha emaking Class is caught by the camera as they plan a lab for the next day. J 1 l I . To 2 A a . Ru ,' J fim 'i yS.... h Su Q ' o ' :'ys -flag H: A yu We Fpwnt MTD Hd the 5103 03440, Moody Tipp Sgqogl, ?.r, ,h. r V f w paves we are jo'ng fo if t ..1g you recgil .UWC Of . 'a's, Ye ave U'-f'L! ng a vio'a iz .. i , of nnO.1 who h.lp j i H' this jour A suxu, 5 Sd wirf is f j u y,ny5p1f ,',, r I, vi H jon w,re jwff , '53, ,. . ' -.,,- 4 ,9, F-,, Y if - ,ar fr, . ,.o. . N , 9 4 , 0 . . -'3 ' - I I ' o ' . , V , v . ' i fu 'r ' ' e h lr ' L Q. ,-h 5 I 1' 5 , V - - v ,-,. lk . 14 6 - 1 ,L rf H '- 'l ,f ' o d . - . A ' A " ' . , ' on. Y ' ' F ?'H- f V 1 L 4'. . These three S8D1OFS Coach Damon looks on with a sm1le pose for the cameraman as he teaches the Driver's Education 1n thezr Football and lass Dep Squad unlforms Mr Durrett dodges as he goes Junlors had for entertainment to pose for our hotographer the Hlvht of their Box Supper ll we woody Basketball Team take last mlxute 1HStFUCtiODS from Coach Damon before FOIDH back lntr the game Its hard to tell wha her Joye and Annette olan to h1t the ball or Referee Britton f 9 X . C . I . ' . . ,gg I 5 " we , ' 8 A 1 L, , .I through the horror house the ' Doris and Raymond take tims dx x Y -fi -1- ,x L V I A. A. l . . D0t6fm1E0d to be safe drlvers b Hats o F to Mr Moore who was our unaf 1C1ll hotacraoner th1S year igently He never ot mad never P are these students from each of t e Vlfh school , sale No , and made us classes lr. Damon teaches the ur1v rs' raxnlng Course look better than we really look Pl in A44 Vusic is not neglected 1D Moody school A vroup of Mrs Roberts' slxth rrade girls enterta n the elementary students Seen ln the backvround is the new green velvet stave curtaln a rift of the P T 1953 Senior Class and the school system xtself inf Lrs. uCG1RBBS' Senlor Engllsh class is busily engaged in an lnformal dlscussion of the worxs of Nmnston Church1ll Taking part are Ernest MCN191, W C Brentham, Raymond Britton, Joe Hatter and Gorden Donaldson. Nancy and Dor1s haue made Moody School a better place to be Both have worked hard all year, and will oe m1ssed ln the Fall of '04s 47 Tne l1ne is long on Monday wornlng when Mr Durrett sells lunch tlCK6tS for the week A lunch t1Ck6t costs 4 o ser week, and everyone ets tW1C6 hls voney's worth l ' s A. Q . . -I V I' , 1 . ' f . V I :A 5. . ' Qian ph, 3 I' , ' , . . y J ' I uh In ' Y V . . gg ll , - Q ' ' e T ' ' . V ' e 9 x A' r VA - l . , V 1 ' V 1 , I V A I f N ', r Zig '-31' : 'v . "5ll Q -A "" 7? f .Q i -: Q -.sf T ' , 'C 0 . V ll ' I ' . 5- u I e 1 V . P I 1 U .. .- .A., ' .Q I f " 4 Z. Sli V. ,- 1 wi, ' A Q ,i'lw I y fs: N I ' 2555 .7 I . xkv I ,, V K N , . . . L . ' ' ' l n w ' -A ' ' X . . . 0 n 1.Z' j ' . y- . . - - l O arse NA ffffg 5 --x like cor a 6 Charles 1053 Fc ' ot a 1 Ca te qs round 50500 f These six rirls W F6 19 lead ing attractlor 1D tk Moody Pep Svuad 1D lv Q la orette Nancy haler, and Tw1rlers helda Borer, Patsy Vorr s Al a Jane Yates, uudy Talley, and Kay Talley I JJ-'1 luv'- Hocdy was CXC1 d to know that War J haler w Q o e o' h ' uOr1 anr obs les Vdntors of 1954 earcat Nancy Naler was elected the 1953 Football Sweetheart of the Bearcat Squad. She oresented with a football 'NBS 1UtO the sew1f1na1s at the Golden Glove in Waco Moody s proud of Ne1son's ability round w1vners ln 'he beauty contest at the Golden Gloves Patsy Morris, toach Damon, WATCL' THAT RI HT: Exhibituxg 3226325 ieggiigffed , one of the best hands in the Drivers graliln Grou Elph School D1ViS1Oh middle K P welght Nelson Gabbert went It Texas Ak! box. N autozraphed by each player and elda Bomlr F' F' A a dozen red roses. Sieetheart , and District Sweetheart. I ' I X 3: X - , , ,X 4 ,- D l 4m N A . 5 :3,'.5.5.f-f-6,-, A A Q fwbyff of f 'HINQQ ,-' XQQQQI, , 51l..1.':.:,v I, i EWLHA . 4 p Qunmhw l . . 'f X 5 s212.21el2:51s5i1:1 - - ' 'u' gciiitfziiz-clzgz ' ' 'N r Qgikiiz hmnib :uw in,., N V 5 '-fa 6 ti ' r " V. - w - , '. . Y N - ' 1 ' . . . I ' L 1 x ' . A :in 1 4 f ' 1 -.- 5 .-.. M GOI' 1 . 3 , v - .' ' ' ' Q A x 9 ' 5-51 . -1 , v 4 cc Q A 2 1. - -A A - . ' ' M . l .cl a- n Q 'he first 4 l 7 ' . ' ' v 9 , l nc n X . - 7 Q r N , ' - . n , N 'N . A , .4 4 l 'Y,. -3 1 . 1 V xy ' . . I . . . , m . ,. W - M . 1 .' 7 , :ov O A i to 1 me rnn po S w f na' N. fu MP , Tne Pre weq 9 ue,q Af tqelr r ang chow trx tur, wwen our Onan: ru Har sn, I 6 A 4 4144444444 5' 's no e y f T study hal' bu' Vru Pnlow enlors seems to nr tnlt vot out of a dal 0' Qchooi to decorate 'He goal ro + 118 15 the Iucxy gtg. 0 3 The basket Dal gxrls loo: Bob gets hxvh when golng after the bgll ln basket enthusiastic 1n the1r dally ball 0FaCt1C6 pi' layton toner lo ks vlfh care Jordon Donaldson won th1S cow cn1110HjX Po,is V1ctusy Premlh WLHW H SHO laf+m at the 1950 Dany Scranhle at Houston Fat Stocx have bro-1'1" f'H'f6 to V0Of'J's SXH1b1t6d her at +He 51 an 'o4 shows By glancing at Willonyx one can ee that she has good dairy character By the wax, Gordwn isn't bad looxlnv! Q Dorothy and Joyce o1n up the hem of Juanita's dress she has made ln Homemakxng left hls classes and work to J Stearman who wlll do well H15 place Vr Fox left behind hlm a town full of frlends and many 1 rroaements ln the Yocatmonal Agriculture D nartment We W1Bh hlm success n P1 new ob at Waco eta e vme and to hr Stearran he me t ' 1' of luc These Homomaking students look as Mrs Garner plans A Menu for if they mi ht have had a hard day her slxth period Hovemak1ng of work don't they? C1aQs '.,l N 2 , Qi 1 1 1 rl-s, ' ' 5 , , . , , , v D C J V.. R A- v- , , - l T215 " 1 Ai 5- Alup. :V Av " i , '. Ha 3336? 'f -v .1 ,. Q .' ' .. ' ' . . F-f"'A- S . ir ,W ' 5 O .f A E A A V 1 . X I ' Mr. Fox left Moody in February, He ' - - Vr. ' . . LH ' . H . . - , , . . . . . , I ex . ' 1 .'s j ' Q 5 Hn 2 . .. , : ' s I Lfo Q 1 . 4 ' , . A . A ,gfs,1,!V M: ib, W2 , , - . " ' ' Y 1 , , 'K ' g 0 A .. -- - .. n 'Y ,g4AaAAA1AAAAlll" 5 . ' , - v 4 - qw 1- : , 1 1 ,he 1vp.nN CAaes Looks as if Nancy lou and Nelda take tgw e they are trying to catch up 'v+ J.. frcw decoratQnv the goal on some or their typing. Dost to have their picture made. 4 s.-5 F THPQF 'X +5 qeriod uOP9WBV1W' r Q 1004 or nte J Q gvp R so,raphpr then thP1F Lasson E v I-l"'llY" reaLQ lb vo 0 om ozer, Lewes faxre + xrb nrrett Yrb. . Kgect nm. V 4. .T . Q 4 I , Q - '. . I V 1 2 I . , . I , I R Q I - A J Y I I gl., .,.' l "f- 12 .A If 2, M 'FW 1 .,', ,lx,, , ' 'M ,,, NAM fi IL f ' m H i rect 3 in U. 'LJ- M , 17W " - ' 1 . ,, V , .Q VA .. N... N , N hhag wQu1d Hoody cafeteria me without the food g '- wr' I oi disi fition: 01' HTS-vavxxdf ' C ' A ' ', 7' ' XJ, ."'I'41. 1-1 VU.. .vw -:rv ti 1. xv. 'f. C ' , - C 3f.t'm-1-gb. -Q V . ' Yrs. 0.3. We1'h. 'f-4'Aq' Homecomfm Football wee heart, 'arcj laler we escorted b Charlea Wri ht Cacta1n a d ru ner oo Dorothy Dorter was escorted bg SU7St1tut6 event weefheart Nancy Naler is target for H camera as she tards nth thi' JO 9 Bearcats 1n the background, at the Home Alma Jane Y TDS, and Qeldd Barat, and maJorette comin g Nancy n3'er po e for photo aph at Homecoming il I si A , 4 41 ' Q 'ak N , 4 M , . 37" ' K 'F 'N H ,N - 1 f - , ,Y n A V . ' S : .E .' .I "s y . Q. , A ' 3 n n -ix Captain Johnny Newvan at this year's Homecoming u. " . I I IP ,- , .' by q r A - I O , K if g -. ek- 5 ' ' . I . V . N z'- ,, I 41 4 E f I ' S . ' n I A 11 S - ' ,ody 'hrirlsrs Patsy Morris Ki-ly 193-105' Judbf T3--GY: ' - . G ,, ' M l ' - - 5 . . cr' 7. h Seaeetdeczzt On January 14 Nelda Bomar who rs a Moody Semor represented the F F A at the Drstrrct Meet rn Waco Her escort was Danny Chapm Nelda rs frrst on the back row Pretty sm t she? W 'X 'lf ra I J. ...dl Football rs an extra cumcular actrvlty for Wouldn I You hke to have one of the F F A 5 nearly every grade school boy The Burden Baby Beef Broadbreasted turkeys for your boys and Mac McG1nnes spend many hours bloclung that krck rn Mac s front yard WYRCYS 35 3 PTOJCCI ln 'hell new bam Th3l1kSg1Vll'lg dmner? The boys rarsed these A e VERTISERS HOVVAQD AND JONES GINNERS M dy T VVACO BUTANE GAS CO 2189 Ptff 1 OMG g ss Rvacel slgg, CMQ oun X FIRST ' THOUGHT ' TRUCK 81 TRACTOR COMPANY 16th and Franklin Waco Texas F' DRINK Water Well Dr1l11ng , and 500 I-FT' Reasonable Pr1ce xr JACK E 1-IALDAIN Route 1 Moody Texas 3 GOOD TIMES TUENJUYUFEIME Waco Texas COMPLIMENTS OF fzzewfi Automob1les Insurance Real E state A J MEHAFI-'EY O Phone 4 1445 913 Washxngton Waco Texas SPRING VALLEY GIN Route Z Moody Texas n ou + l minlments 0 f Co DRY Paooni-DSS LAUN W ac0 Texas ill Z I . . Dfl I I l'0l'l LII!! 1 4 ' fa?-- I ' v - J ' G . . C . Pi- Q my I ,,,.-f -1. Best Wishes to 1954 Senior Class SQUTJJLAND co-I-'rom Ou.C:o Temple, Texas "CHICK" WALKER, Manager MOO DY CAFE NAYLOR BRITTON Owner Through Our Doors Walk The Fmest People Our Customers T4-JE MOODY COUQIEQ .T W GAY Pub11sher Phone 137 Commerc1a1 Pr1nt1ng Subscr1pt1on PTICC SZ 00 Per Year COMPLIMENTS OF WWQJZZVQ TEXAS CONCRETE WORKS Manufacturers of L1ghtwe1ght and Concrete Concrete Culvert and Sewer P1pe Box 1787 Temple Texas Phone 2 3421 Waco DEN NY AND VVITT, UNC Gene ral Me rchants ' Funeral D1rectors -' if ' 1 Your Frlendly Store Moody Texas I Masonry Units 3 V A ru A Cl ' I! OAK FAQMS LI NDED DA Q Belton H1ghway Mllk and Ice Cream Trade Where Your Money 1725 North 15th Goes Farther -Entra Wallace Waco, Texas Phone Z 9248 .W , 4-lOL LOWAY e emoczuzv J , X 59 McGregor, Texas Beauhlul . . .Prachcal and ALL ELECTRIC Here s the l-und of kltchen you g modems call a dream kltchen Of course xts electnc' wnth all the magic appllances that mean max: mum cleanlmess beauty speed effncnency and a mxmmum of -11 ...gn-Q "' drudgery' -.7-1:-5 '41 An electrxc range for fast, accu rate cooking with the automatic fea tures that mean more lexsure for you' An electric refrigerator wxth gen erous space for fresh and frozen foods and engmeered to operate at far less cost than older models' An electric sunk wnth auto matxc dishwasher and d1sposal umt to ehmmate your two most nrksome tasks dxshwashmg and dlsposal of food wastes Yes kxtchen work us a snap when xt s done at the snap of a swatch' So now that graduatlon IS here and you ve begun to thmk about a kitchen of your own just remember Wonderful Electrxc appllances mal e meal makmg and hospxtahty a pleasure' TEXAS POWER 8 LIGHT COMPANY Q C ' E M f - X ffislw at .lv ' i .ff - , .1 3 T TTI1 'Z ,':'1:, E22- ' t, yt. r1 'rr' f , . I i - 1 Q -:.-T-gf!! A . . ' Z Y our F riendly "BEN F121-xNn4n.uN s'ro12E" ASHABR ANNER , Owne r "Nationally Known - Locally Owned" COMPLIMENTS OF Congratulations MOO DY G T2 ADUATES Your Next Step Is To FQ I END Four C Your Future FOUR C COLLEGE Waco XX x .' g ld 23 1 COMPLIMENTS OF MOODY G I N g oTTo FISHGRA 23.11 I fl BE Manager Phone 4 1- To ' A on - vu 1 l Q Q Y N n : 7 i p- - l'E - "il l . ,: :R f l 'HCl-111 , l :xt it :I E 1 -55. :,.- u' 9 7. -2.- ' 'f--3 14,3 aff - 'nm - L .E F P 4 -- 1-71.2. , C W I 1 Q' - as -l .run ' .0 AUSTIN SHOE STORE 9 No. Main - amjbmenfs af- 4-IOVVELL 3-IUNDLEY CHI 6 CXHS TEMPLE Wg! TEMPLE GRANITE VVOPKS I-HCKS MAN 55 SHOP LAQAMEY TUDOP MASSEY I-IAPQIS s v5.'i-ian Gin LEATHER SHOP L S JAMES JEWELER 'r p1 T T p1 , T T mple, Tex 1 ' 7 C , T mple, Texas Temple, Texas if ii I Temple-, Texas Temple, Texas ...HL 46- S T ff V "VT ' X x ,fry ' XX!" I rf! 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FURNITURE STORE M E CGRBITT Owner Maytag and Norge App11ances Phone 175 Moody Texas qi I g-J X. nv 1 4 ' l ' it V , Q fg ,I My K 9' if - V4 OTIS ELKIN HUMBLE. STATION Moody, Texas TEAGUE CAR 81 HOME SUPPLY Goodyear Tires, Tubes Batteries, G. E. Appliances Phone 98 Moody Texas 52 'GDDIQEWEAII X TIRES General Repa1rs Shop We1d1ng Auto and Tractor Repa1r VVALTEQ BUQO PR OPR IE TOR Moody Texas 99601447 GARAGE General Repa1r Work W re cker Se rvlce Phone 108 Moody Texas E 0 BINNS Buyers -A D SCJ-IEQZJ BIG HOP MARSHALL Phone 74 Harhngen Texas Off1ce Phones 2108 and 2109 and LITTLE HOP MARSHALL Cotton Moody Texas Off1ce Sample Rooms SOUTHLAND COTTON OIL CO Temple Texas Phone 3 7011 if Anza W 1 A am 245072 I My INSURANCE AGENCY W X INSURED Moody Texas ' . I - I Q , . . . , I Rr Q ,,,,Q . 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