Moody High School - Bearcat Yearbook (Moody, TX)

 - Class of 1956

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V. -4 t ,'f 7 0 A 9 , nh, .aw 'vsL1 1' s V '.' 1 ff "Lf A'-id ', 9 I 0 Qi ,,A ..4 "Tile .4 'D I 7.155 1 J vg- lr tr' 0 - ' , 'vita 1 E' , x 1, X ft 'S f 0a'.f ' thx, 5,13 fi A.. i " -3' maj it The Beanrcaf o resunfe of Moody High School for 1956 . Moody, .Texas Published by ' TIIE SENIOR CLASS Sponsor MRS, M, H. MCGINNES Editors KAY TALLEY o DAN CHAPIN Our School Life Was What We Made If A CONTENTS ADMINISTRATION CLASSES FA VORITES SPORTS P g ACTIVITIES ELEMENTARY P S ADVERTISERS P 3' MR JC FOX Agriculture Teacher Aff. Former Agnculture Teacher of Moody Hrgh School you served your school students church and commu Illty to the best of your ab111ty for the ten years you were here Because of your great achreve ments m all walks of 11fe Mr Fox we have proudly dedrcated the 1956 BEARCAT to you -1 - f- 1 2 - U ir- -, 1 f D R I, Ay? i 1 7 AAS ggi? 1 sf 2 A Y fx 1 1 .1 ., X If N7 ' 1 , I I Q -'Q , x """"' - -, , X . o 0 o I 0 ' - r I 9 ' n 0 n . BRIDGES TO HAPPINESS FORWARD . . . Along the journey of life, we have found many bridges which connect the various phases of our lives, making us keenly aware of necessity of construction of the right beliefs and principles. Despite the obstacles which blocked our path for a time, we look forward to the future with courage and faith. For we know that these bridges, with God as our Guide, will lead us to happiness. Q gn MOODY 'DUB'-'C SCHQO'-5 MOODY PUBLIC SCHOOLS OODY TE XA l 4,4!A?9,4uv1.fzZf' They Dlrecfed Our Efforts The progress of Moody Hrgh School was of paramount rmport ance to these men Members of the School Board were Charhe Eakrn T J Morns Vrce PISSI dent Mr Schutte Mr Welch Presrdent Rrchard Damels Sam B S1ms, and Paul Alexander They made future plans to make a parkrng lot for the football stadrum WODDY Y XA if ,ffl A,1,.fs- Mr Scott Chem1stIy teacher and Senror sponsor obtarned hrs B S Degree from ASLM College Mr Scott took rn terest ID each student Mrs Cook came to Moody from Abrlene Chrrstran College where she obtarned her B S Hrstory and Erghth and Nrnth grade math courses come a11ve Always a true frrend was Mrs Garner home makmg teacher Sophomore sponsor and FHA advrsor She got her B S Degree from N T S T C A favorrte U1 hrgh school was the Englrsh teacher yearbook advrsor and Junror sponsor Mrs McG1nnes She recerved her B A Degree from Baylor Unrversrty Mrs Sam Roberts who recerved her B A Degree from Baylor Umversrty made World HISIOIY and Freshman Englrsh more enjoyable by her pleasant ness A person who was anxrous to g1ve every boy an opportunrty to succeed was Mr Stearman Vocatronal Agrrculture teacher A graduate of A8LM he was Sophomore sponsor Mrss McHargue busrness teacher graduated from Baylor Unrversrty At Mrd term she took a posrtxon at Krlleen Moody mrsses her talents Our Problems Were Therr Concern l ,X aff' SX y ,lf M , X' E f' f - '. ' A he 4' ,i ' Ex . , ' . . . - . D . . . - . . ' 1 1 , I . , . 0 u ' , Degree. She made American M 2 4' 5. - . . . K ' 4 -x B 2 FJ. .S I' . 1' ff ge ' . 4 , 1 X ' . . - r ft 5 ' . X 1 2 , ' ' . I - I y - , O They Pleased 325 People Mr Vernon Goode was our cheer ful hard workrng custodran Through all types of weather these men transported chrldren to and from school Bus dr1vers were Mr Durrett Mr Burton Mr Brum balow Mr Barker Mr Perryman and Mr Elkrns Mrs Garrett Mrs Welch and Mrs Coker worked ure lessly to prepare good hot lunches for many hungry stu dents each day 46' x, :ac b' N .R,'?NY. ---,N--., - ,, 1, ,Mila 'f in rj ' "fix .'- - V . 1 ,. i - 1"" " " , s 5 'ff av! v . il :rt ' ,f.' ,..'L'. 7. ',,'f9V,g." ', ', -V, J 'lf - " ' - ' I I Q 'ff gt. , QI Q , l .' , ' - - -. ' Q ' , . 5.4, 5, L -ng, ,ara nf'ff"N'i ,.- 5 '..'y- 1.5 '. -f le,- . , J. . :lv U J - ur . --1-, . .YQ -, , . .. - , ----in . I : "fi 5'f'fz6.. - -3 , .1 .41I6,' -v .. , liz.-1 f.ui, ixr,-xx , . wax, Q h I ' fl ' 5' ' !?'.'.,xX4? I I fy. iv '1'-' ,-ff .V -X -- , l 1. ,.,0'..A1x-3Ml:w:, f, 1 A .. Q. - '5 's 'fx nl t". . ' ,l V 5'.A I Q"'. Q2-49 -f?'-iris' jx, ,- A A H, -bi .iii 91: . :HK-,dw 0 ":'- 19515 Q: 1 Q Uk. A "' D' e . 0 . . . .. 15 ' , .,' H , ' r . W7 L CLASSES . . . ' in Moody High School denote the progress of students during their four high school years. Typical young Americans, they studied various subjects and became good citizens, as well. Academically, they have strived for scholarship: as classmates, they have acquired lasting friend- ships . Typrcal of all Moody Hrgh School students was Betty Lou Cagle, a senror Each day was full of work and play, serrousness and fun, for her In study hall, she made last mmute preparatrons for that next class and materrals I Dunng an lmportant exam, grven by Mrs McG1nnes, she concentrates hard for a near perfect mark After completrng another day wrth Jobs well done and fr1endsh1ps strengthened Betty went home as our typrcal student of M H S 0 Betty arrrved early, vra bus, refreshed and ready for a day at school Next, she went to her locker to get her books Day at School U' J Q- , B ' - COO 'pl if . V 6 e 'f .A a L.,' I . 0..' ""' .. pq, - ""'fs'w,. , Q. 'J V -4 gl--ms., in h . ... ' .Lei 17" f' Y 'iifw-'.' .Q ' aa' J' L' If n . 2 5 - 1 ' f. ,- ', -, I A . .19 ,. if "-if-3, up s c Pg' -Rf -Wtlaia' stir, ' 332 , .. f l -Q., S. . , x' VI: ' . ., . ,Q b-on . 114 Qty wwf, -c t sl-to Qi., "- ' , Q . ' rf. -.'-'mf' Q . K4 .EP SENIORS . . . in Moody High School have entered into new phases of work and ac- tivities which have prepared them for citizenship in an adult lworld. Beyond the whirl of social activities, the play, the trip, they were ever looking forward . . -Q If -id KENNETH AYCOCK FFA Presrdent Class Offrcer Foot ball 4 Years Baseball 3 Years Bearcat HENRY BOSTICK Football 2 Years HA Z Years IV' KEINNETH AYCOCK HENRY BObTICK SENIORS JERRY BRENTHAM FIA Offrcer 2 Years Class Offrcer 4 Years Who s Who Football 4 Years All DISIIICI 2 Years Tu Captaln Pep Squad Beau Baseball 3 Years Track 4 Years Basketball Z Years Choral Bearcat Mr M H S Green and Gold Qulll and Scroll JERRY BRENTHAM I-Y' DARLENE BURGESS BETTY CAGLE f - 1, fx "' from A 1 q I DARLENE BURGESS ballg Pep Squad 4 Yearsg Snare Drumrnerg Green and Gold, BETTY CAGEL FHA Historiang Class Favorlteg as Bearcarg Green and Gold Typist. I2 FHA 3 Yearsg Basketballg Volley- Pep Squad 4 Yearsg FHA 4 Yearsg " 1--'11 ,, X The Semors enJoy then frrst class party of the year, a werner roast, at Neff Park, on a CIISP cool October evemng DANNY CHAPIN CLAYT ON COK ER DANNY CHAPIN FFA Offtcer 2 Years Favorrte FHA Football4 Years Tr1 Captam Bearcat Co Edrtor Mr M H S Qurll and Scroll Who s Who 4 Years Baseball 3 Years CLAYTON COKER FFA 4 Years Football Track Basketball 3 Years FHA Beau SHIRLEY COWAN V7 SHIRLEY COWAN FHA 4 Years FHA Offrcer 2 Years Class Offrcer 2 Years Lrbranan 3 Years Pep Squad 3 Years Volleyball Bearcat Green and Gold Edrtor Choral Who s Who Personalmes Qulll and Scroll Presrdent JUNIOR DOWELL Football FFA Offrcer Favor 1te Baseball IUNIOR DOWELL -'Q ' ,-2 ..... I 'Q ,I 4-i R AL IUANITA GOODWIN JUANITA GOODWIN PHA 4 Years Green and Gold CHARLES HAAS HA 3 Years Baseball ARTHUR JOHINSOIN FPA Offrcer IHHA Beau Foot ball All Dtstrrct Basketball Baseball Green and Gold Bearcat Who s Who Person alxues ff, .rx , 1 ,l ,frfo f"'f x gf , CHARLES HAAS BE1 TY JOHNSON PHA Volleyball 3 Years Lrb rartan 4 Years Class Offrcer Choral 3 Years Pep Squad Z Years Qurll and Scroll Green and Gold Bearcat s-4 ARTHUR JOHNSON f""' JU BETTY JOHNSON Annette Morns, Danny Chaprn, Shrrley Cowan, Donnre Porter, Jerry Brentham, Kenneth Aycock, Betty Cagle, Bob Srms, Kay Talley, and Arthur Johnson knew how to enjoy play as well as work on a cold but sunny mornmg at Temple Park J? rg 41. ok' 4' f T V' u ' 1 - ' : : ' ' ' ' Q ' : 1 R . - 4 I " S - Q ' I S . , , . . 4' ' 3 ' Q - Y +7 Q ' ' ' : : A B I I "t . v . , fa , 1 n U . . 2fxdg,:Z,,,A ' ' S , . . - "' " A' "' . - , ' s - ' 2 v, T' ,stu . wa: I W -- x 'J , -Ye' Q I fs lisa, V , Q . . , . ,sr ' -'x' '.' 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Y . --rf-,zm Discussions like this one were typical in Senior Englrsh as the students studied Byron, Keats Shelley, and Shakespeare DELORES LA SLY 11 CARLENE MCDONALD DELORES LA SLY FHA Volleyball Basketball Class Officer Pep Squad 3 Years Snare Drummer Green and Gold Bearcat CARLENE MCDONALD FHA 2 Years Bearcat Green and Gold DONNIE LOU PORTER I-HA 3 Years Class Officer 3 Years Who s Who Personal ities- Favorite- Quill and Scroll- Green and Gold- Bear- cat- Pep Squad Twirler- Cheerleader DONNIE PORTER ANNETTE MORRIS Pep Squad 4 Years Cheer leader 3 Years Pep Squad President IHA 3 Years FHA Officer 2 Years Class Officer 4 Years Favorite Who s Who Basketball Volleyball Foot ball Sweetheart Librarian Personalities ANNETTE MORRIS ,.k fllu Ai at BOB SIMS KAY TALLEY FFA Presrdent 2 Years Class Class Offrcer 4 Years FHA 4 Presrdent 4 Years Football 4 Years Chapter, Drstrrct, Area Years All D1St1'1Ct 2 Years Presrdent State Executrve Coun Tr1 Captam Basketball 4 Years c1l Lrbrarran 3 Years Pep Squad Baseball 3 Years Track 3 Years Twrrler 2 Years Drum Major Qurll and Scroll Bearcat Green ette Qurll and Scroll Who S and Gold Who s Who Personal Who Green and Gold Edrtor mes Bearcat lvhss M H S DOLORES TWITTY JOYCE WOOTEN Transfer from Abbott Hrgh Green and Gold Bearcat School Green and Gold Senror Class Offrcers were Presrdent Bob Srms Senrors enJoyed a wonderful Vrce Presrdent, Kay Talley Secretary Shrrley Co drnner and party durrng the Chrrst wan Treasurer Donnre Porter Reporter Dan Chapln mas holrdays at the home of Bob Parlramentarran Ken Aycock Hrstorran Annette Srms Morrrs and Sergeant at Arms Jerry Brentham v. , 44 . sl 1 N, 5 rn -as gi K s lvl' 14. .fl-,4?,'f .Y qw ff v 1 'ix ,,,4 1.. di bu. .1 , ,Q if 4' - .dv . 5 :mis-uw. d . ,,,,X,,A.. v Js 1 . 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'fvs . ,a ' 'vo JR ef' . 5 ,f if 4,-Q91 " 1' "4"f. , . ,REX ' ' , X -f ' 816' Q.. 5 A a R1 'A if A . ' ' X57 "2-7? .,,, 3, . f' ' ' F ! Ll. 'I X A ' 3. I ET! x A X Q ff? MARY HUNDLEY IEANETTE LEWIS NORMAN McGREGOR 1 yi l rf 4-f4'b PATSY MORRIS CHARLENE HARDING MIKE HARGROVE Captam Annette Moms crowned Sweetheart Clayton Coker at halftrme durrng the game between the Harrprns and the Powder Puffs The Iumor and Semors grrls were vrctonous after the hardfought game 7 0 The Sophomores and Freshmen put up a vahant frght however Fortunately both srdes came out of the game ahve I9 .x f -,.s ' A A . I h ' r v- A at F 3 V I , K M Wx . ," ' f , dv. " Y 'y lg R 'Z . 'Q , I - I lf.- I ,', ei U .A A , .A - x ' l ':. '- tx I ',f. wx. V b . . . L .I I "Majorette" Weldon Schmidt gives last-minute instructions to the pep squad before their striking perfor- mance at half time, f K4 NX MAX HATTER PATTY HATTER JOHNNY PINKSTON iQ REYNOLDS HERRINGTON PEGGY PERMENTER FRANK HEROD 20 1 1 . ,V s fl - ---9 Q , I 111 I x I wr - X 13-' Y fe . Y 522' ' .4- 4Q . A .A N. .1 , N I K i- I and -is DOROTHY HATTER MARY ROBERTS WELDON SCHMIDT Kai, H, WANDA STANDRIDGE DINAH KAY TEAGUE MARLENE URBANTKE Juruor Class Offrcers were, Presrdent Jerry Bell Vrce Presrdent Jo Comer Secre tary Marlene Urbantke Treasurer Max Hatter Reporter Dranne Berry Parhamentarran Frances Garmon Hrstorran Drnah Teague Sergeant at Arms Mrke Hargrove -A A ii A f' . '21 - 9 - ,gl G Q 5 ' A fl Tis Q .A . ,. ,A r - ' Q ' OX' '. ' 'V . ' 1 YR ' VFP 'g R R R 4 f R 1 O ,,,. .,, . - . XM: ' A . : ' 4' 2 ' . 1 ' I 1 2 fi, , 2 v ' I . I ' , .x. Q , . n ' V 'AL 2 ' ' r gas The class of 1949 had a reumon w1th .loc McCauley P1'CS1d1I1g Onc of the d1st1n gurshed vrsrtors to Moody Hrgh was Congress man Poage 'SQwvv77f,Z,v o ue. Ewf swfmff 1 mmfes m+m Cdlfv-A amromm W Ka-.MSM lnformahfy the Key to Fnendshrp and Guidance A typ1ca1 scene around grade school was Mr Chaney and h1s trusty bell Moody Hrgh School teachers and county advrsor Mr Straus enjoyed lunch as they talked over the happemngs of the day 22 u I -K . if I ly' .- A s . y . . . J N i - L' I 1 ' 1 1 r X.. y y QE - Q 1 1- 'I Y 1 Y 1 1' 1 1 t H v x 1 1 v x-v I X -M--nun-14. ,M ,N , ,4"' L., "' , 1 x ':s-- QQ.. : fr ,,q.:g,-,-.4 W ,f.,-ryqqg.-:spmpfxv-f-mar-+' f' , 1 xl 1. ,..-. A . , ,M .. ' RRR-ew 7-Q I Lui. K , " ,4 Q ' A ti. , ,A riff 1. -34. , .,-"fe,---'fl -,-fi ,. -' g,Qg-gs.:-' ' fda'-NI?-'f-r4ff4 ' V' Y x 4...-zsg, 521. , A-5'-. - Q -.:-- ,. y. , " . 'A '- f il , ,,k., ,,,.-Pr F0 They Loved Excitement . . C2 .Q Peggy Andrews Mary Beard 1' Sandra Danrels Jane McK1nney and 'gr Peggy Andrews dressed 1n umque costumes for the Sophomore Tacky Party 1n Decem er Mary Beerwrnkle Sue Berry B111y J Brown B111 Culpepper 'U' fv- " U Sandra Damel Glenda Drckenson B111y Dowell Emmett Dowell 24 Q ' r . Q- 3 3 B -gifs . . ' , N !1vv fufzyf-yo ' , 1 ' .s , U4 In . . 1521 W 'J ' ' . . ' 5, b . X xi B I l f . E A I A' in ' x A - 4 ' , B , " -N . A .A ,. ' B V- B'1e 1 , 'A W. : get if y .5 . ' , l. . -M , I ,v v..s 5 . rl ' Mary Beard, Dinah Teague, and Treva Schwake had a relaxing swim l,' L H' on a lazy, sunny summer day. I '- l 1 ' "' .0 I 1. W6 N, 1. -W Sophomore Offrcers were Pres1dent W1l11am Mc Nell Vrce Presrdent Bobby Nelson Secretary B1lly Dowell Treasurer Alford Fletcher Reporter Treva Schwake Parlramentarran Judy Talley Sergeant at Arms Sue Berry Hlstonan Mary Beard Dorothy Forbes Be atr1ce Gurterrez E Joan Lasly Jane McK1nney "' 'v W1ll1am McN1el Jewel Mooneyham 'Y' 3 -9 Tv X 5 5 I- 4. R V Morgan Bobby Nelson Lela Nxx D L Owens 25 3 4 ' 'ff J' gi Q 5455? A . r , 'L' x r r gina J' A ,gd A " A 1 X. 5 ,X m ' M . 7 'Z-A , , Q3 'J -. , J L.. Y'-J X ev . r ,f : x jr Y h 41: it B 4 - ' A A . 9" Q 'J f l' . . J lt 0' .. '- , Luncheons are fun when everyone helps! Sandra Daniels, Mary Jean ly lend a helping hand Your school is good all of them need some improvements however your school is meeting its needs So quoted Mr Childers and Mr Browmng who came from Austin to inspect our classrooms subJects and burldmgs 6 Sarah Raby ,c Judy Talley Beerwinkle and Sue Berry certain- Yvonne Parham Jeanette Patrick r'-v Treva Schwake Beverly Tilley Q r nv' 1' Danny Twltty A1f0l'Cl F16tCh6I During the halftime activities of the homecoming foot ball game Annette Morris was crowned Football Sweetheart by Bob Sims 26 Q-1--.-.,,,,, - y . 53 . . , A Y I m , fa, at Y 2 'V .. ' 2 i 4 9 e v . Q-, . V K S I. 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'X 9 ' P' 3 7 E 2 l. l Glenda Alton, B1ll1e Beard, James Beckner, Mary Brnns nv- 3' 11' --0 N Q ll vv' Q7 Joe Burdett, Brlly Bushrng Bemxce Coker, Davrd Cowan, LaNell Eakm Sally Eakm The Freshmen emoyed a wrener roast at Neff Park to celebrate Halloween They shared all the fun and the food, w1th Sponsor Mr Durrett nf' ""' 147 44 I Charles Emmons, Vrrgmra Frschgrabe, Montene Gabbert, Joan Goode, Kenneth Goodwrn, Archre Guyer 28 Charles H31g0Od CaPPY Lawson G 'T Brenda Mary Darlene Hale Hatter H1 'Q ar J '27 Eugene Billy Sue Garlene Lrghtfoot Marlgurrl McE1haney McGregor Meacham Moody I-hgh was a wmter wonderland for two whole November days Jerry Brentham Dan Chaprn and Mr Durrett could not res1st the outdoor fun F W aiu- 15.3 4, -.., ,a 4 s 'r 4' ' W.. ,-3,-gi.,-tv'N-ggi 1 Lorrame Dora Hglg Kelley spas 1' 'Y Glend a Mooney Crarg Q 17 as L 2- V fs ar s A ' A 1 1 x 5- ' ,ly rt r jf ,I , G i Ixhx ! l A K ,xv 1 V V ' 1' ,L Q 1 ' l l ' '11 VL ,, .,,, i :N ,,s' : gg V sf at . M 3 t A ' I. 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'47 Syb11 Wrllrams 44 James Rhodes 'R WIHHIES wnght Freshman Class Offrcers were Presldent Archre Guyer V1ce Presrdent Charles Sells Secre tary Eugene Lrghtfoot Treasurer B1111e Beard Reporter W1nn1e Wrrght Parlramentarran Montre Teague QI' An Hour Each Day Educahon Must Be Well Integrated fo Give a Llfehme of Service fo Hs Owner Engl1sh students were msplred to learn by the varrous methods of mstructron Subject matter was presented rn frlms records and rnformal d1scuss1ons The stu dents heeded Mrs McG1nnes advlce Learn to speak and WIIIC your natrve language N 15 s- al lr 2 1 Math students accepted darly the challenge of a drffrcult problem or an unsolved equatlon Mr Dur rett proved to have all the answers whlch helped the students 1n then search for knowledge 945 4 31 A desue to work was shown by the three typmg classes specral emphas1s was placed upon problem typmg accuracy and speed Alert mlnds and qurck fmgers proved to be essentral 1n the1.r preparatron for the world of bus1 ness i- Future stenographers str1ved to acqulre and develop sk1lls whxch would enable them to hold responsrble pos1 trons rn the nearby busmess centers of Temple and Waco These gurls took drctauon from the lnstructor and from a recorder later they transcnbed thelr work 1nto type As the weeks passed the g1l'1S had mastered shorthand w1th accuracy and speed X .09 Serrous concentratron and study enlrghtened Amerrcan Hrstory students as to the growth and progress of the Unrted States Not only drd they be come famrllar wlth the Constrtutron and other great documents, but learn ed to apprecrate then' Amerrcan her1 ta e General Scrence taught the students to thrnk for themselves as well as to prepare them for Chemrstry These classes lrterally learned by experrmentrng and workrng wrth the substances wrth whrch they had studred Each student took great prrde rn ex cellmg rn the freld of scrence 5 , v . r f 4 ' f A p . I 'tv ' "fi, 1 I 4 ' - il 2 Q . g I I ' x Q ' ' if s 33 11 work and no play P E Classes proved to be construcuve as well as funl Better homem akers better Amerrca seemed to be the motto of the grrls and boys homemakrng Vocatronal Agn culture students studred hard that therr plans for farm mg mrght someday I'I'l8I8I'1311Z8 K -V A Q X 1 . 'LA 4,2 fat' X-is 'f.,', I ' .X 1 N "A . . . " . . .. ' - ,.. classes, 0 A l , X Vg' L xx 0 x X . K , -Q Q lg ' , i X do , sf Hn .i 95-1' - 'sr ,... -1 ,- -6 rw n . ML ' N' 5' w - 'asa-Es' ' ' . 4 I , -. .V ' 3-4 Tb 'iz,f " . - A' ' xr 'dm .--, c 'mf e ui- 4+r K .1 'V '3'::.q-'I 31 ' A, f Q 1 Av QM, - 'N' -Ffaf. . Q "H -fiiylt V ' L -.1 "V 1 ,g , -L, 3f,j ' 'J - ' , ' ' if 514' ' jx' ff . . 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FAVORITES . . in Moody High School have attained positions of honor for loyalty and . leadership, character and attitude. The "Persona1ities" were selected by the popular vote of the student bodyg the "Who's Who" members, all seniors, were chosen by the faculty on a basis of merit. Each class selected its own "Favorites" as representatives. M.H.S. , these were your favorites. . . 2' i ,l--' fvhr L at ig! any QF? is-HZ: 'S 3 -QQ MR AND MISS M H S DAN CHAPIN - KAY TALLEY - IBZRY BRENTHAM 36 'fi- XX-5-'Vi' E Nunfft by F.F.A. SWEETHEART F.H.A. BEAU BILLIE MAE BEARD and ARTHUR JOHNSON FOOTBALL SWEETHEART PEP SQUAD BEAU ANNETTE MORRIS and JERRY BRENTHAM 4 FRANK HEROD 'FSR DOROTHY HAT CHAPIN DANNY ER DONNIE PORT WINNIE WRIGHT ER T SCOTT ROB ALF YVONNE TCHER ORD FLE PARHA M Most Illlblllgblll Most Q Ourtbous MARY ROBLRTS, MAX I-IATTLR LAROL HAIGOOD DQNNIL PQRTLR FRLD ACRhE Fnandllcst ARTHUR JOHNSON Cutest Best Sport ANNLTTL MORRIS 'I PAT MORRIS BOBBY NICHOLS KENNLTH AYCOCK JOAN GOODE ll' These Were Popular Afhleflc MIKE HARGROVL FRANCES GORMAN I Q 4 'QF 1.-gp Best Personahty JERRY BELL DINAH TEAGUE 39 'V Most Lxkelx to Succeed BOB SIMS SHIRLEY LLM AN -NJ' : ' ' 2' - : T - 1 N . 4, I. ' In A, fi. I I l' N- JI ' ' ,H f Q I .4 ,. -J? Wulf' , If S . 'fl , .- A, P , .7 . AN 5 ng, J Q 1 K . 1 I I, -I N, ' '? 'X IJ, 1 v 1 I O I Nl 1 fy I I a W 1 A 2. E 7 ' U f f' A. '1 I ,. KA Ju Fwk i Q, 1' ' . . ' f ', . hi, r' 4? 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' ,VX 'M QQ- 3' . gi M Q Sr--,Q .., '1 ' ff 15 + S Under the tutelage of Coach H L Pryor and hrs assrstant George Barker the Moody Bearcats f1n1shed rn thrrd place 1n the DISIIICI H B standlng FOOTBALL 1955 Managers were headed by James Burgess who along Wlth hrs ass1stants Gary Twrtty and W1l burn Aycock cooperated wrth Loach Pryor all season rn kcepmg the equrpment cleaned and pro perly stored To take full advantage ot the power on hand the coaches mstalled the smglewmg for matron wldely known for 1ts hard hrttmg pOSS1b111I1CS DANNY CHAPIN Right Tackle, 5'10"g 195 pounds, Senior, 3 Year Letterman, A tough man on offense and defense, Tri-Captain '55, BOB SIMS Quarterback, 6'2"g 180 pounds, Senior: 4 Year Letter- man, Has been on starting team four years, All- District '54, '55, Tri-Captain '55, Nii Il l 'IX' JERRY BRENTHAM Fullbackg 5'10"g 195 pounds, Senior, 4 Year Letter- man, Has been on starting team four years, All- District '54, '55, Tri-Captain '55, For the second straight year, Moody High's Bearcats landed in third place in the District 24-B standings, And for the second year in succession, four boys were again voted to the All-District team, In the past two years more boys have taken births on the district's mythical team than in the previous five years combined, Led by first team selections Arthur Johnson and Jerry Brenthamg second team, Bob Sims and Kenneth Aycock. These eight Senior boys played their last football game for the Green and Gold as the Bearcats plucked the B-E Eagles 29-26. They are Aycock, Johnson, Bostick, Chapin, Coker, Dowell, Sims, and Brentham, IDS? LYWDQ- sl fbi 1'1"JTi2J'l XA3i'11""0' 11 illhi 'UI KliNNE'l'l'l AYCOCK Right Guardg 5'1O"g 115 poundsg 3 Year Letter- man, A day in day out hallplayerg All-District '55, DON BAILEY Left Tackleg 6'O"g 174 poundsg Juniorg 2 Year Letterman, Will be a mainstay at tackle next year, HENRY BOSTICK Wingbackg 5'8"g 145 poundsg Seniorg 2 Year Letterman, Gives you the big yardage play. CLAYTON COKER Tailbackg 6'0"g 156 poundsg Senior: 1 Year Letterman, Plenty of speed for outside plays. The Bearcats rode the strong running and scoring of Jerry Brentham, Alfred Fletcher, and Bob Sims to an 18-14 victory over Academy in the season opener, Moody looked good operating their new single wingback formation on their first outing of the year, Dan Chapin and Mike Hargrove anchored the line at tackles and opened some gaping holes for the backs, Final score again Moody 18, Academy 14. September 16 saw the Bearcats journey to Rogers for their second game of the season. Moody made its only score when Brentham passed to Junior Dowell for the touchdown. The extra point was blocked but that had knotted the score at 6 to 6, Half time came with the score still tied, Rogers came back in the second half and broke the deadlock by scoring six more points, The Bear- cats could not muster another tally and the final score was 12-6. ft imp lg Z-V Y FF The Bearcats clawed their way to a 25 to 0 victory over the Salado Eagles as Moody scored its second triumph in three starts, Brentham scored two TD's, Sims scored one, and Fletcher took a pass from Sims for the last score of the night, Alfred Fletcher and Kenneth Aycock were outstanding in the Bearcat line, The Bearcats traveled to Axtell for their district opener and were defeated 28 to 7, Moody led 7-0 at halftime via a 50-Yard scamper by Brentham, Axtell came back to knot the score at '7 to 7 and from there went on to run up three tallies for final score of 28 to 7. Max Hatter played a brilliant game for the Bearcats at Center, BILL CULPEPPER Guardg 5'5"g 120 poundsg Sophomore: 1 Year Squadmang Has heart and desire to be a good player, BILL DOWELL Guardg 5'9"g 145 poundsg Sophomore: 1 Year Letterman, A boy that can play anywhere, EMMETT DOWELL Guardg 5'9"g 174 poundsg Sophomoreg 1 Year Letterman. Has the size to be a good player, YARBROUGH DOWELL Right Endg 6'2"g 180 poundsg Seniorg Year Letterman, Played good ball for first year, ALFORD FLETCHER Left Endg 5'10"g 150 poundsg Sophomoreg 1 Year Letterman, A good pass receiver, ARCHIE GUYER Back, 5'O"g 105 pounds, Freshman, 1 Year Squadman, Has desire to be a good ball player, MIKE HARGROVE Left Tackleg 6'4"g 215 pounds, Junior, 3 Year Letterman, Next year should be his year, MAX HATTER Center, 6'2"g 160 pounds, Junior, 1 Year Letterman, Most improved lineman on club, -d October 8, saw the Bearcats win their first dis- trict game, It was a high scoring affair with the entire Moody team displaying some of its deter- mination and high potential, Brentham started the Bearcat scoring with an early scamper for six points, Coker added another and they led 13-6 at the half, Brentham scored twice in the last half, one was a 93 yard beauty, Bostick and Brentham accounted for the PAT's, Johnson played great defensive ball for Moody. Junior Dowell and Henry Bostick led the Bear- cats to a 25-6 victory over the China Springs Cou- gars on October 14, Brentham started the scoring with a 6-pointer and Bostick was quick to add another on a 28 yard effort, Dowell kicked the extra point for a 13-6 lead at half time, In the second half, Moody scored on a one- yard plunge by Brentham and a 60 yard pass in- terception by Dowell, Hargrove played a fine game at Tackle for the Bearcats, Final score 26-6, Moody, , Q- 'Sh On October 20, the Moody Bearcats took the field against the Crawford Pirates, In the first half the Pirates were in complete command, They ran up a 25 to 0 halftime lead, scoring mainly on wide plays and long passes, The Bearcat offense could not move enought to muster a scoring play, At halftime, the Bearcats, represented by Co-Captains Bob Sims and Jerry Brentham, presented their football sweetheart, Annette Morris, a bouquet of red rosebuds and the game football signed by all squad members, Annette presented Jerry, Pep Squad Beau, a large trophy, ln the second half, the Bearcats' offense still would not operate smoothly although their defense was much stronger, They held the Pirates to one 6-pointer and again could not score themselves, ARTHUR JGHNSON Left Guard, 5'8", 135 pounds, Senior, 1 Year District '55. YQ NORMAN MCGREGOR Back, 6'1", 175 pounds, Junior, 2 Year Letter man, A hard-running back, and it could be that he's all-District material, JIMMY MORRIS Tackle, 5'9", 160 pounds, Freshman, 1 Year Squadman, Has size to be a good player, JACKIE OWENS Guard, 5'4", 115 pounds, Freshman, 1 Year Squadman, Has the dependability for a ball player, Letterman, Quickest Linenian on club, All- ROBERT SCOTT Backg 5'5"g 120 poundsg Preshmang 1-Year Squadman, A boy with much determination, CHARLES SELLS Guardg 5'5"g 120 poundsg Freshmang 1-Year Squadman, Good man for next year, After two weeks' rest, the Bearcats encountered the Midway Panthers, The Panthers ran wild the first half totaling 25 points, Moody could not move until late in the second period when Sims broke loose for 60 yards to the Midway 25 yardline, Time ran out before they could score, In the second half Brentham scored 20 points for the Bearcats but they could not hold the Panthers, The final score 52-20, Midway, WELDON SCHMIDT Backg 5'5"g 120 poundsg Juniorg 1- Year Squadman, Material for next year, DANNY TWITTY Backg 5'8"g 130 poundsg Sophomoreg 1-Year Squadman, Good man for next year. -is ' flier' Sims ran the opening kickoff back 85 yards for the first score against Bruceville--Eddy in the season finale, The Bearcats went on to win their first football game from B-E in six years, After the kickoff the Bearcat scoring was handled by Brentham with 2 TD's and 3 PAT, Coker with 1 TD, and Johnson tackled a B-E back in their end zone for a safety, Moody's total scoring was 29 points, The Eagles scored 26. Bill Dowell and Norman McGregor played good defensive ball for the Bearcats, MOODY 29 - BRUCEVILLE-EDDY 26 u 'M lr 1.135 Loyal fans experience tense moments as well as happy ones for the foremost thought rn everyone s mind was a Bearcat victory! Destrnatxon Cotton Bowl! Though the Bearcats were only spectators they enjoyed the game immensely It was sponsored by Moody C ol C We re gonna rock ole Eddy High tonight This was a familiar cry at the high spirited pep rallles before a game Annette Morris a Senior was crowned Football Sweetheart by the Bearcats at the Homecoming Game with Bruceville-Eddy. She was given a beautiful bou- quet of roses and the game football, autographed by the players. " There were pint-sized fans, too! Nancy Coulter and Morris Poe posed with Kay before a halftime per- formance. 49 weethcart of the Bearcats was Annette Morris a senior she was crowned by Bob Sims X 'fre "'4 'fr wr F '1 GIRLS BASKETBALL AND Coach Emment Brumbalow had capable co captarns rn Drnah Teague and Frances Garmon and a very re11ab1e manager 1n Patsy Morrrs DIANE BERRY PATTY HATTER Wanda sank free throw rn Baylor Tournament Forward Guard WANDA SALLY EAKIN JUDY TALLEY Grrls basketball has fl0l1I'1Sh6d at Moody I-hgh the past three years and the 1955 1956 e d1t1on of that team was some thmg to be proud of The grrls entered three tournaments be fore dlstrxct play and won flISI and second places rn two of them The team began CLISUICL play IH February and won second place They won 21 of 28 games and STANDRIDGE Guard Guard Forward A A- ,, scored 1870 pomts to the oppo nents 1896 - v Q' GLENDA DIC KENSON Forward JANE Mc KINNEY Forward QQ BEATRICE GUTIERREZ. Guard IEW ELL MOONEYI-IA M Guard BEVERLY TILLEY ' Forward YVONNE PARHAM Forward JOAN GOODL Forward LELA NIX Gu ard nf Nz' Hd Dranne made two before home crowd as Moody beat Academy 68 to 59 " r Baylor tourney brought a thrrll E SARAH for Moody grrls Guard IEANETTE LEWIS Guard UD BOB SIMS 4 Year Letterman V14 00 lv le 'SQ X 208414 FG MQ 1 IQ 4, 1' G 5 ea le Mcfve lrerlba Qerlba fterlb 49 THE BEARCATS WON SIXTEEN OUT OF TWENTY FOUR GAMES FOR THEIR BEST SEASON IN FOUR YEARS OPPONENTS M. H S OPPONENTS Gatesvllle Jonesboro Mosh1em Taylor Groesbeck Bartlett M1dway Crawford Mlclway B Eddy Axtell I Year Le!! TT 51? Ftgrma Salado Lampasas Chfton Gatesvrlle Academy Rogers Pearl Chrlton Crawford Crawford Chma Sprrngs ALF RA JQIY RD IV I 52' 5' Nkffslf 1 Pe NP PIA, CH Q a me 'FR 'ba J - , A Q .9 'V lv yea 2 N L4 1' 31- le 1? ' 11 I7 I2 ' 42 40 60 23 33 46 40 37 ' 51 47 44 30 ' 40 35 51 43 ' 58 50 52 35 Gatesville 44 58 36 45 Holland 48 74 47 38 ' 46 50 54 56 48 50 76 52 ' ' 60 68 61 60 - 26 72 53 56 59 70 50 52 ' ' O P H y FL 1 eel' ears ICS, 9 II I7 ,I 0 1 - A X 'E A , U. 5 A KJ ra ' ' 5 C x ,J SPRING SPORTS Bottom row Ilmmy Morrls Kenneth Aycock B111 Culpepper Arthur Johnson Danny Twttty Earl Ray Smtth R V Morgan Charles Sells Top row Coach Todd Mrke Hargrove Johnny Pxnkston JUDIOI Dowell Charles Haas Jerry Brentham Bob Stms Ptctured below Jerry Bell the dtstrtct track meet tn Aprxl last year These boys were the only returnmg lettermen to the 1956 track team 4 f J M' I Track prospects were not numerous at Moody Htgh 1n 56 but Coaches Ray Todd and George Barker thmk xt wlll be prosperous year for track At the rrght are Coach Barker Bushlng Bosttck Acree Meacham Coach Todd Goodwm Fletcher Hargrove Hatgood and Ntchols Clayton Coker, Bob Sims, and Jerry Brentham helped bring back the second place trophy from K - M l 7 X 7 1 ll ACTIVITIES . . . in Moody High School have given students opportunities to develop leadership ability by assuming responsibility. Several organizations provided opportunities for wide and varied interest groups. The Na- tional Honor Society was established for those in journalism work, and the Future Farmers and Future Homemakers clubs prepared for to- mor row's vocations . X303 mf"'3-. ll 'W 1,q 4 r 41,8 go mais Sonia 1 e a You cwb vi N192 Quxh Bnutvose oi Whig good Yizm me b 01639 SX 0 30 'alexa X, 3 0610955 Qtef-Xde'9 Xa K,6iX5X an Xhce OV! The Truth Shall Make Ye Fr N nd 6 13 Bam Cain e obegs Re otiet Y Y -5601613 xi 11625016 lv 'll ..work hard and get the d ,, rhe advxce that Shuley C0wat?.S1E:1iE3ry. avgI'h1s was .Green and Goldu staff. 1 g to the 56 fl- l VT Reporters found that 1ngenu1t and co-0Perat1on made the Paperi' of 5P6c1a1 mterest to an , - - J, ' Xa., ,lor 3 . ca HL .. , I' x 5' ' X 'A l S V' V . 'Al 7' X W' ef x' 0 5' 'gxrvx in L Y A , - f f, ef fa 1. r Lf rf 2 ' 'fs Wipe ' ' if L " X 4 V . 'Vat MJ' A Q ' 6 e WV . f ' sr -. . - - " 'xl' Q ' f 1 , , . 4 Vogv . .' X E 2,11 S9 Q 4 . W 6' , 9 l el ' pw A 1 1 V' XLS , - guvm ' n ' " - 1 ' ' GW C, " I . M v , li 4 4 - hh Qi, ri ee . O .77 7 5 M r " f' 3.5, , V , r 1 .V fy - , A' V ph-5 D. uv. A . A . 2 X1 gd . , . ' 'fm . J - q-A .1 it I A The 1956 Bearcat Staff worked drlrgently toward one goal to capture a school year between the covers o your yearbook The staff appornted rn the sprrng set to work to present a true count of your school hfe as you 11ved It C Staff members were Edrtors Kay Talley Dan Chapm Busrness Managers Betty John son Donme Porter Elementary Betty Cagle Sh1.t1ey Cowan Sports Bob S1ms Jerry Brentham, Specral Helpers were Annette Morns, Darlene Burgess, Clayton Coker, Arthur Johnson, Joyce Wooten, Carlene Mc Donald, and Delores Lasly. Patrent Photographers wer Mr. Grady Moore. Co operatron was the key to the success The weeks and months of concentratron plannrng and creatlng have grven you thrs book of memorres We have made rt for you and have hoped that you enjoy rt the 1956 Bearcat .lr X e Mrs. Garner and A D I J N ,amy f ' of K . . . ' . ' A 'JJ -X , ' if ac- if ' 'Tc - D ' 1 : , . K i ' A ful production of the annual. Q . ' . . . . . I7 I , - x X - f.,, - A , fa" , J . ' I c i lj 'v ' , . g I J a 9 They Looked "Toward New Horizons . . . " Senror and Iumor members strrved to achreve the hrghest 1dea1s of the organr zatron Leadershrp was emphasrzed rn Moody F H A Pat Morrrs was local Presrdent and Drstnct III. Secretary Kay Talley was Presrdent of Area VIII. and a member of the state execuuve councrl 58 Future Homemakers of Amerrca rn Moody Hrgh School rndeed had the wrll to succeed One of the most actrve or ganrzatrons on the campus F H A was sponsored by Mrs Layton Garner She proved to be a defrrute msprrauon as she presented such projects as Korean relref crvrl defense and the helpmg of needy people Sophomores proved to be txreless work ers they strrved to further mterest 1n home economrcs YL. .L-?'i?"'+ Frances Gorman Jo Comer an Marlene Urbantke comprled the mater-131 and data necessary for an outstandmg yearbook The eff1c1ent well qua11f1ed offrcers who Chapter Parents were Mr and Mrs Sam C Roberts they were always anxrous to help an F H A er rn any way served the chapter well were Betty Cagle Hrstorran Annette Morrxs Treasurer Mrs Garner Judy Talley Vrce Presrdent Brlhe Beard Parhamentarran Shlrley Cowan Reporter Mary Roberts, Secretary Jo Comer Pranrst and Pat Morrrs, Presrdent CJ Projects chairman Sue Berry super vrsed as her commrttee prepared Chrlst mas cards to be sent to the Austrn Men tal Hosprtal thrs was one of the F H A Freshman members were eager to learn about F H A and then to serve State proyects for the year Jo Comer and Marlene Urbantke presented the steps toward Degrees ot Achrevement A Vocatronal Agrrculture student had to have a project of the supervrsed farmrng pro gram approved by Mr Stearman Degrees are awarded and tl-e hrghest grven rn Texas was that of the Lone Star Farmer Weldon Schmrdt worked on hrs Lone Star Degree by expandrng hrs brorler and egg pro ductron program Max Hatter had as hrs Lone Star Farmer project beef cattle X A srncere hard 1 'S workrng F F A er was Reynolds Herr , y rngton hrs pen of I-T10 Ao three Hamshues N A won blue rrbbons at the Temple Farr X I Q 0 F F A Offrcers were Presrdent Max Hatter Vrce Presrdent Wrllram McNer1 Secretary Frank Herod Treasurer Wel don Schmrdt Reporter B111 Culpepper Q 1 I Vocat1onal Aguculture II members were Carl Key Danny Twrtty Emmett Dowell Wrllram McNe1l Dewayne Dreger Alford Fletcher Brllre Brown B1ll1eDow ell Brll Culpepper R V Mor gan Charles Haas Kenneth Ay cock IohnnyP1nkston Max Hat ter Frank Herod and Weldon Schmrdt 5-... Vocatronal Agrrculture I members were Crarg Meacham B111y Mangrum Davrd Cowan Bobby Nrchols Charles Ha1good Kenneth Goodman Leon Nrgo James Beckner James Rhodes B1llre Bushrng, Archre Guyer Charles Sells Charles Emmons Earl Smrth Carl Drake Eugene Lightfoot Joe Burdett and Jimmy Morris. bl .x" Mascot NANCY COULTER Ma Jorette KAY TALLEY The Moody Hrgh School Pep Squad wrth the fam1l1ar green and gold unrforms ever strrved to boost school sp1r1t hrgh and to cheer the Bearcats to vrctoryl The grrls were loyal to the team and to the school as they lent a colorful atmosphere to each football nrght l' I Mascot MORRIS POE The v1vac1ous cheerleaders who led the squad rn spulted yells and who provrded the excrtement at school pep rallres were Drnah Teague Annette Morr1s head cheerleader Sally Eak1n Judy Talley Joan Goode and Monue Teague - 11 if - T They Captured School Spirit in The Desire fo Wm Na. Members ofthe Moody High School Pep Squad were Snare Drummers M Roberts V Fisch grabe I Comer R, Burton S McElhaney Bass Drummer Sybil Williams D Hatter C Lawson Y Parham B Cagle D Brown N Lewis M Quiroz C Haigood P Hatter D Schutte M Urbantke D Berry L McKamie J Nix G Alton L Nix I Patrick M Beerwinkly S Daniels D Schmidt G McGregor Miss McHargue Director M1ssAl1br1tton AssrstantD1rector D Burgess B Johnson D Lasly S Cowan V Bomar D Lynch B Coker D Hill H Hudson M Sims F Gorman M Hundley S Raby B Gutierrez S Berry andJ McKinney High-stepping twirlers who added sparkle and precision twirling to the season were Donnie Porter, head twirler, Wanda Stand- ridge, Treva Schwake, Pat Morris, Billie Beard, and Glenda Dickenson. , I Snare drummers provided snappy rhythm for the pep squad's halftime performances. The bass drummer, Sybil Williams, comple mented the activities, also, Snare drum- mers were Sue McElhaney, Rita Burton, Mary Roberts, Jewel Mooneyham, and Virginia Fischgrabe. Always ready to lend a helpmg hand the lrbrarrans gave cheerful serv1ce to all students Under Mrs McG1nnes supervrsron were Charlene Hardmg Dorothy Forbes Shrrley Cowan Marlene Urbantke Mary Roberts School Lrbrarran Annette Morrrs Patsy Morrrs and Judy Talley County Lrbrarrans Betty Johnson Jo Evelyn Comer Sandra Danrels Betty Cagle and Carol H31gO0d A Quesf for Knowledge Was Their Arm To promote better understandmg between home and school was the goal of the Parent Teachers Assocratron P T A Offrcers were Presrdent Mrs Hargood Vrce Presrdent Mrs Allman Secretary Mrs Book Treasurer Mrs Hrram Howard Parlramentarran Mrs Lay ton Garner Hrstorran Mrs McG1nnes Projects for the year were addmg to RQ. Agni' f' the prano fund and helprng the March of ' F 133 Drmes by the Mothers March svn' " p. . ELEMENTARY DAYS . r. . in Moody School were happy ones for many young boys and girls. They learned citizenship and friendship as they worked, played, and grew up together. . . 3,-xr:.,f1-2 gi . 3 ,, 2 f FW. E Emir They Prepared Us for Future Sfudres Durlng hrs years as prlncrpal and teacher of elementary stu dents Mr R L Chaney s recerved hrs B A Degree from Southwestern Umversrty Mrs George Barker s pleasant Mrs E A Culpepper s klnd and understandrng ways helped her frrst grade stu dents accustom themselves to the school room She got her B S Degree from Baylor Unrversrty ways provrded the cheerful at mosphere rn whrch second graders learned to be better students She recerved her B S Degree from E T S T Math became easy under the guldmg hands of Mrs Margaret Foman She re cerved her B S Degree ln Elementary Educatron from Texas Unrversrty 66 The lovrng drsposrtron of Mrs R L Chaney made readmg and wrrnng seem srm students She got her B A Degree from Mary Hardrn Baylor Lrterature came ahve to the thlrd grade students of Mrss Ullah Cornforth She got her B A and M S Degrees from Baylor Umverslty - ' 'ix .1 -' ,HU X i X b . M 2. if , . . . ' bm ' ' ' ' - patience never faltered, He X P19 I0 lefiffl bY UCI' fifSI grade . . . . . .C. ' ' . 1 l U- 'Q X . l s ' V . - X 1 . . . r V M j I l Mrs Mrke Joncs strrved to teach her fourth grade students the funda mentals of readrng wrrtrng and arrthmetrc She got hcr B A from Baylor UIl1VCI'S1ly From Baylor Unrversrty came Mrs Eugene Butler a conscrentrous be glnner rn the teachrng professton She strrved to 1nst1ll rn her students a growrng desue to learn Mr Emmett Brum balow recerved hrs B A from S W T S T C He was srxth grade sponsor and Brumbalow coached hrs basketball teams to many vrctorres 'sq'-1 WU Scrence made easy was the motto of Mrss Margaret Munz frfth grade teacher She got her B S Degree from N T S T C Mr George Barker srxth grade spon sor and assrstant coach recerved hrs B S Degree from E T S T C He was an enthusrastrc sports fan A frrend to all students was Mrs Nora I-lundley mus1c teacher She made mus1c real to her students l Mrss Lourse Allbrrtton s smrle captured the hearts of her Jumor I-hgh students She loved her dut1CS as seventh grade sponsor and Enghsh teacher She recerved her B A Degree from Baylor Unrverstty w ' I A , V - x X I ' u 1 r A ' r ' y , . . . , ' ,ze r . . 1, I ,J ' ..,. . JJ, 7 ' ' I 1 - V! N . . Q M . -, . . . . 5. I . ' l science teacher. Mr. ' ' ' ' ' . - , ' . . W , I , . 0 - 'Rs-' Q rf. , . A . Q t 1 ' z A N . , ' 7:7 , Vs rp ' '-x V' ' . 5 . - s. tri . F I . Mrs Culpepper s flrst graders dlllgently strlved to lmprove thelr number Wflllflg They emoyed workrng together ,Z l 4. gg 183 4' ...4 f I l Dora Bernal Robert Brown Cary Cox Lrnda Duncan John Forbes Clara Fuller Marrlyn Garner Tlm Garmon Mary Ann Gutlerrez Ricky Herod Georglo Hogg These Were the Beginners Barbara Lasly Judy Mangum Travrs Morgan 68 Not Shown Wrlham Goodwrn Juamta Gonzles Y F, sl C I I . i V 7 4 . Y 5- Q 3 v 4 V Q' 'A .A ,, X r ' , 1' , 1' X ,H -1 ax .o - 'fi .Q " .A I f..1 " 1, .. W IT,-J. N X V V. f 4- vi r 4' I, , nr Q, Q5 "' . H 5. ' 91' MSX F FA 1 1 4 K 'T W ' . I- 'A K 5 p , ., M .- . ' - 5' Q 1 5 8 -' " X 1- 4 arf' in .ei .f x 1 Us Rey Arte 1 ack Branum Arthur Lee Munz Tommle hue Nelson These Were the Begmners 40' F15 ,M 3 Martha Elalne Parham Vlckl Lynn Patterson Bonnle ue Pruetr Andrew Qutroz Randy Reat f-cfm? lv 3 A I Grady Scbasttan Douglas Shelton Marla Solrz Len Stubblefleld Loyal Stubblefreld Not Shown Ehsra Gonzales 'Y Joe Gonzales -0 Dertra Vandlver Betty Welch 'vlelvm Zuelhke Mrs Chaney and her flrst graders were very rnterested ln therr new readers They trred to make a 100 rn readlng so they could feed the bear candy as one of the boys was dolng Q ' rv l A Gig 4' , . I 1 V . 1 -.I r 3- 'Q . "" r V ' k 6 K ,Y .' 8 6 ' N -5' , ' L' -G 1 G G Q, "P W! . . - or in wg ' 7 M 44 U rx , , . I 1 I 'G' - V, .xf 4 , I A A ' l ., ' I :L S ' e, N 7 l ' v . 7' . X 1 if' f . , N , , A ,. Q gt I . ' ' V ' I ' ' x y ' .-A -, Q 7' . . X ' A5 ' ai a u x n N G 4. xy Clydla Xlton Noe Artega Cecil Ash Sandra Bradshaw Elmabeth Brown Judy Broussard Garland Cook Tony Delgato Judy Donaldson Mack Dowe ll Janet Eakln Chrrs Fuller De an Gabbe rt Jackle Goodwrn Marllyn Goodwm M Georgla Guuerref 4 Alton Holt Anne Howard Eva Jo Key Kenneth Naler Bobby Patrtck Marsha Patterson Mlke Pe rrym an James Raabe Ronald Rhymes B111 Rutherford x ' l Josephine Sausedo Sandra Scruggs Ave r11 Stubble fteld Second Graders L.: 5 A P3 J. I CQX 1.415 ,Q 'XNM Y J Mndfea Stubblefleld 'L Darlene Thompson A ru.-5 PD 4? 70 A 1 ff so W u 0 i ' 4 ,. 1' 'Q ' ., ..x 5- I ' I A M, ? .4 R -,r, I 'L 1 r f' 1' " 'Q -K, A 4 .1 I , . . - ' -W " -' .1-' 4 , 13' Q H 19' A A B A 1 ' Y I claw- ' '21 q ff , 4 " ' -4' 5 . vs., ' ,- ' ri ' , 1 , 4 N X ,X - ' ., rl ' a f 3 I " I vb 2' fi ,N gs Y f ' ' I , 4 ,A 'uf' A I , . - ,.1 - ,x 2 3 5 1 'vi I f A Q -' ' X 4 fn: A .- Y Q 6 '54 r ' " , 'i- -'73 2 f ,Q ' ' X f 'x ' .an ' - .' s X s .pL. 'h rv 5 a ' '- 'V " I A - B: 1 J vj- 1 ,, . . . x I - - 'YJ W -JW K -,uni ---' 1 ,, . 1.19 5 1- R 0? .44 -v 'Y' ! v 4 Iwi 'T Irmmy Alun Kenneth Allen Elarne Barley Donna Beard Stella Cavm Mrss Cornforth and her thlrd grade. students were drlrgently workmg to lmprove Il ur eadmg They enjoyed the books th t they read durmg the year Thlrd Graders 1 Douglas Allman Irmmy Aycock Marrlyn Cummings Delores Duncan Gene Fetterman Nlell Grbson Linda Goodwrn Edward Gutlerrez Henry Gutrerrez Davld Lasly Mrchael Lasly Lorrne Maxwell ICSSIC Maxwell Barbara Book Llnda Burton Danny Davls Freddie De an ,fl- Larerra Fulton Barbara Gabbert Tommy Goodwrn Billy Gorman Mary Hatter ' 5.4! Frankre Holt ,QQX Johnny Lynch Judy Maxwell Not Shown Erhnda Nlgo gjr N i 2' C 4 "mf ' . . X . 5 1 . .IM Y . . . . 'Q .. A , C f - 1 o 0 ' 4 I , - ol A CNT F .ev k , - ' I' 1 xxx-' t L, V ,X -gg. ' ,A V4 M- . M - ' ' , f r, r f -' , .5 ,A . N N ' V ,Eb J., 2 9,--,. U V 4 X ' Q ' ' '-2 4 ? , - 9 514 'G 1 1 .L ' X' x . . a - 7 11 ' ' :f . X , lirh X -1- '-s .. U . ri. vc Y 2 slr 9' 'A'g'I'fi l 5-dk A I' lt' K6 , -Q 3 v 4' S 'lg ' 3- bl 3 3. Q . P 1 2 - :S - V . Q . erl 5 ii U1 , 1? Y 1 . 3 'V' '-5' - U ', 4 L, gn X . 5 V . e 7I ' ' ff or - , X. X ..4l 1 Mrs Foman and her thrrd grade students enjoyed grvmg valentmes to thetr fnends on Valentme Day They decorated theu room wrrh plctures representlng the month of February Third Graders Sandra McE1haney Mane McKam1e Larry McMahan Davrd Mtller Jean Moore Patsy Munz Weldon Payne Charles Pratt Connle Pruett Ronme Reat Q Jams Reeves Tommy Rutherford SP4 Schmrdt Schmxdt Carol Lmda E' ur Lourse Srlar Dan Smlth Jan Smlth Jose Rey S0112 Hermon Sohz James Wells Not Shown Charlotte Wright Loutse Stubblefreld Kenneth Ztmmerman Mlke N180 --. Aa' 0 C 3 . IQ , r ,Y " f . . a s ff . " I ,. I , X - .s ' , ' ' -I 'YK .1 in - X ,Q "-ff "7 fl? X "Y Y V .A A X . Q' A "V " Q ix., Q .Y ' ' A 1 I W, 1 F-1 f , , - lf., A A 4-4 U - "'f'ai:.g . ss fig --,: . HH, ' Q 'Q . b 1, J o -at 5 I Qs , at a. A - , ,, 4 1 " 7 ' .0 A 'J A N, 1 M . ' , , 4' Ml - . . . 'A J: ,L ' 5 ' ' ' . "" ' .'5 . , X Raymond Beckner Donnle Bell Jane Berry Jerry Bomar A44 Glorla Eakrn Betty Ann Davrs Larry Sheldon sh Conme Wlese I -lv L The lrnportance of good behavror was emphasrzed by Mrs Butler to her fourth grade students They were vtslted by the County Super vrsor Bllly Brown Randy Burdett Lon Carr Larry Coker Dennls Cryer Elame Danlels Charles Dlckenson Mary Ann Dowell Fourth Graders Q' 95 X -f-1' Q I I 1 I K --'X f Fourfh Graders T7 Ernest Forbes Wayne Goodvsnn ov 'KX' -'QI Felrx Gutierrez Barbara Haas Joe Hamnck Peggy Hrll Glorra Lightfoot Mrs Jones fourth graders were lnterested rn learn mg the hrstory of therr country They learned all about the forty elght states by assemblmg a puzzle of the Umted States I 1 fn.. 7-3 7: V".:1' ... A J Joe Bob Massey Stanley Owens Roland Parham Raymond Sausedo Bllly Schuette Jerry Sims, Wayne Vmcent, Betty Wolff, Elbert Woodham, Harvey Zuchlke, 74 . 4 'Q ' Rf' W ' - K If y ' fig, ' , V ' 'x i f , t A line S - A b , W 1 X . Y 1 I- ' ga ' av- I k 0 4,1 1 1 .' 'h ' , 1 x 6. F i A I y ,H M ff ,E A ' V - ' ,- ?h"WI- ,, , if ,V ' f"k G lf li QU sux Y A I-4- 1 is Lf- Not Shown Nedra Rhymes Jo Nrta Morgan Jrmmy Naler Dorothy Parham Carol Patrrck Gwnell Peacock Dlanna Poe Angela Pruett Marta Qutntero Iullo Qurroz Thomas Ross Brenda Scruggs Henry Shelton Jerry Smlth De Etta Stubblefleld Hazel Stubblefreld Shrrley Thomas Lrnda lhompson James Ttlley Brlly Vrncent Joe Vrncent Mlke Alexander RICKY Berry Bobble Joe Brown Ernest Bushlng Eddre Cook Kent Donaldson Earl Emmons Dtlrca Fetterman Patrrcra Fletcher Freddy Forbes Shlrley Holt Curtrs Lasly Pstrrcla Moore Beverlay Morgan Danny Morgan Mrss Munz was drscussrng wrth her frfth graders the study of troptcal ftsh and therr habrts They found thrs study qurte rnteresung Frffh Graders ffm f N I' N his 41 JR 4 J J -I V ' ,, ,,' n 1' , F, . I "fn A 5 5' ' .. 'KCI . , , Z f 1. .11 . . . l 4- X P gm X f' I'-' I Q X? 1 V- fx If . 'av tae 4 " Q Q 1" "' " X I .3 s 5 og s 1 .1 F ' . .. Y X W' I fl? X fr. f' ' I, "1 1 1' X I A , r 319 s - F 1 JJ- 1, ,,' ff f 'T LM- . ' - . .lr , " ,'.- ' 'K A, x 1 F 5 f' F 4 If ,-5 '. 7 ' A ' f M' 'txt Nu Q 03 an 'F Q I D 2 r F :W a 'N A -- K A Q 15 I' . 1 , , Q ,, Y ln d 5' . .l4.gfN.r,Afa fA.J 1 , , ' f ,- - A A 'N 'bs fv 'N ,.. E . . ei 'l ' 'L , N "4 'fizevf K 'X 'V' . 'far ,IX " ' 5 1' ' , s if , W l , -v K .,. . 0: .vi-' as .-r,,Z,,' QXQQV, -1 1 4, 3 JA. . S, - A Z -- 5 T ,EJ 4 1 ' f Q if .7 " " ' . . , . A ,I L J , A ., 5. , , .- - ' ' u Darrell Alton Edgar Aycock Bobby Berry Judy Berry Joyce Billingsley Patsy Blackwell Jerry A Book Jerry Cagle Beatrrce Camp0S Larry Connally r , 0 ,,. I 1' f,.' 3' :Q- J Y? lf -f .f Y ' .1 ,J Q 'A heal we 4 '- lin' lt A Iwi. Eleanor Cowan Mary Dean ,Q F17 I..-.Q-Saw Mr Chaney strlved to tc ich the stxth grade students the rmportance of geography and hrstory They enjoyed thrs tnteresttng study Not Shown Jesus Delgado I 40 av- Slxfh Graders Marrlyn Drckenson Sonny Donaldson Thomas Dowell Dean Elkrn Joe Fulton .., Ken Garner Paulette Goodwln nf 01" Leonard Rhymes Anna Gutterrez Ferrnan N1gO Robert Barley Freddre Iuentero 76 x I lr A W 6 ,I Y S ' ri r- . ' - , 1 :s f '43 7 I . - 8 4,1 -5: X ' ' h ,L V 'U L I I A 'gf' -4. ff' gi-'Q n W Q 71 , 4- 'Y I W Y A d A as V ' 1 J ' 1 U 1 - .s - ,T 1 ,. A a 1 J Q ,li "" ' 1 , N, 1 K .A I J ' 4 'J " 1 '3 K ' ' A' . , , lr f V - 4 - V xx lx. , I -U - rq ,F he f A . , v, A E lv' K .. . - r - 4- -. K . . f, J 11 ' J - - l 1 I A, 1 y yr I 1 9 Mrss Allbritton was helping the sixth grade with their wr1t1ng lesson They learned to form their letters with more accuracy Srxfh Graders -' :1 Q V7 -7 5' First row Joe Gabbert Jessie Gutierrez Kathleen Haas Barbara Hodde Second row Jerry Kelly Linda Lewis Clayton Lightfoot Jerry McGregor Marsha Mooney Patsy Patrick Third row Felipa Quintero Annie Raabe Jewel Sawyer Luretta Sells Wiley Bob Smith Bertha Spray Fourth row- Frances Twitty Kathy Urbantke Jack Wright Jane Wright Ronnie Wright Ruth Zimmerman 77 'Of' vu '9 1 rl -4 1l O? P. no -ng V 3 v-T Y? ,Y 4 in xi A Seventh Graders ft fr- ,,, gvfv. 'OFF -,fv '14 P1 4' Ar 4 nf' A tfg Q-p' -o-46 .I if Frrst row Shxrley Beerwlnkle Betty Berry Betty Brown Kenneth Brown Leonard Brow Faye Brumblow Second row Bettre Cook Shtrley Dowell Barbara Duncan Jeanette Eakln Frankxe Emmons Tommy Forbes Third row Barbara Gabbert Maudlne Glenn Paulme Gu trerrez James Haas Robert Haas lvllCl'1361 Hardlng Fourth row Donald Lasly Max McG1nnes Glenn McN1e1 Iamce Meacham Weldon Morgan Ieruce Morns Flfth row Iourdan Morrls Leroy Payne Brlly Permenter Frankte Phllllps Davtd Ross Juamto Sauseda Stxth row Mary Shelton Joe Slms Iohnncy Smlth Roy Vmcent Patrlcta Welch Robert Zuehlke n Jerry 78 4 A-A 'Q , 'vi A, 0 4,-. rv Y - 1 -a A I A 'B 5 " N - -7 .V ' ...v T f 1 N W ' f 1 A , A . tx Q 1 A 1,48 --- 4 , 1 4 , .gs c' P- ' 4' 'N 1- rv , -'I .1 1, " 'A 1 R . 1. '7' v. ""' t , 4 K 1 A 'x fig -1 ir x I -" N - " 1 P-5 Af f - ,' f 4 'vs' V A 1 . "' I A 3 Z A -A 1 ' A F 3 Qr in ng, , r ' ' r , AA I 4 " 1 1 I l 1 V52 .7 I - ' '45 rv-- 5 " ' '35 " 2 1 ,T ----un f ,-v ' 4, . p ' 1 Am . x ff' 'x U l ... A V fn 'I' 1 . A, -al A .. ,.. . , 4 fl - ,, 5 A xx .A . K 'A yi A v 1 ,...7 ' f, "lf , rr-, x N X X 1 It ' A " A Q Q 1 W b fx 'I ' , ,-' 4 A Q , r - rr . , A .5 2 I , 1 J L -' X Q N -. "3 1 ' K - X Ja ' 1 . , li i 'V I 1 ' I ' 1 .' -aw - V . : ' . ' , . ' , I 4 1 Q ' : 1 . 1 4 ' V 1 Y 1 I I 9 : I I I 1 I 1 1 I n A 1 D 1 ' . I 5 1 l 1 ' . 1 D 1 I I a - Wllburn Aycock Archle Barley Vrrgmra Bomar Donetta Brown Douglas Brumble Iames Burgess Rrta Burton Bobby Bushing Eswell Campos Francts Campos Beatrrce Emmons Dwrlla Fetterman Stan Grbson Casrano Gutrerrez John Gutrerrez V1rg1n1a Gutterrez Charles Hatter Hope Hudson Nancy Lewls Donna Lync' Lynda McKam1e Joyce Mooneyham Ie an Nlx Charlene Patrrck Juamta Payne LaDean Rushing Datsy Schmldt Dorothy Schuette Eugene Sells Mary Ann Srms Gary Twrtty im Erghfh Graders Mrs Roberts and her erghth grade students were Iearnrng to choose good lrterature They learned to enjoy books of all types .35 ELAINE PARHAM ANDREW QUIROZ First Favorites . . M ARILYN G ARNER RICKY HEROD First as -'-'K cf 5 MIKE PERRYMAN ANNE HOWARD Second NEIL GIBSON MARY SUE HATTER Thlrd I fi I CHARLOTTE WRIGHT DAN SMITH Thlrd DIANNE LIGHTFGOT JERRY SIMS Fourth iw, f, 4 R . " l .NLT . X ,- n gag, gg" . -I ' A f .I ., - M E' I 'iv f. ' 1 fl ! Y I Q- --fd! I f ,f ' Q' 7,5 ,l A pf- I new A A I BILLY BROWN - CONNIE WIESE Fourth BOBBY JO BROWN MIKE ALEXANDER Flfrh LINDA LEWIS JERRY MCGREGOR LARRY CONNALLY IUDY BERRY Smh Slxth CHARLES HATTER CHARLENE PATRICK Elghrh FAYE BRUMBALOW FRANKIE EMMONS Seventh I . ' ' Z' - f " J -'i "Q I x .. I Y -.S .,, , U Z , , . Y' X N. an ' P 5 ' I 'f '11 I "Q V .1 gm .XA Front row Duncan Wrese Cummings Barley Book Pruett Wright McEl haney Second row Hatter Hill Munz Eakrn Peacock Schm1dt Schmidt Poe Haas Thud row Brown Patrick Scruggs Moore Morgan Morgan Thompson Parham Fletcher Front row Nrgo Brown Bell Carr Lightfoot Parham Reat Miller Sec ond row Bomar Woodham Gutierrez Lightfoot Wright Haas Goodwin Aycock Allen Payne Third row Forbes Beck ner Smith Morgan Quiroz Donaldson Alexander Naler Payne Smith Wright Aycock Fourth row Ross Forbes Sims Cagle Donaldson McN1el McGregor Fifth row Elkm Ross Fulton Hard1ng Berry Connally Front row: Book, Sawyer, Patrick, Cook, Brown, Twitty, Dickenson, Second row: Sells, Cowan, Glenn, Goodwin, Dowell, Berry, Zimmer- man Dean. Third row: Brumbalow Eakin Beerwinkle Meacham Berry Gabbert Duncan fshlp for Tomorrow The Junior Hrgh Pep Squad per formed during half time at the Junior High football games The members are J Morrrs B Cook B Hodde M Dickenson D Poe J Eak1n,J Brumbalow J Smith P Goodwin S Beerwinkle B Berry J Berry F Twitty L Sells B Zimmerman M Dean J Wright Ji J For God and My Country IS the motto of the Boy Scouts Bottom row Jerry Smith lack Wright Thomas Ross Billy Permenter Freddy Forbes Second row Tommy Forbes Earl Smith Gary Twltty Eugene Sells Ken Garner Third row James Burgess Davrd Ross Billy Mangrum Charles Sells Cnarles Hatter fi mfg P-HH Basketball in Junior High Added Sprnt Top row Charles Emmons Billy Mangrum Bobby Nichols Charles Hargood Kenneth Goodwin Coach George Barker Bottom row Archie Guyer Earl Ray Smith Billy Bushrn Robert Scott Basketball Started With Grade School Jenice Morris, Manager: Janice Mea- chum, Betty Berry, Kathy Urbafltke. Bettie Cook,Judy Berry. Bottom row: Shirley Dowell, Jane Wright, Johnnie Smith,Jeanette Eakin,Jerry Brum- balow, Betty Brown, Patricia Welch. Junlor High Football Built Youthful Loyalty Top row George Barker Coach David Ross Mac McH1nnes James Burgess Bobby Bushing Mike Hard ing Wrlburn Aycock Lswell Campos Middle row Larry Connally JCSSIC Gutierrez Sonny Donaldson Ken neth Brown Billy Permenter Tommy Forbes Jerry Cagle Edgar Aycock Darrell Alton Franky Phillips Bottom row John Gutierrez Jack Wright Willey Bob Smrth Gary Twrtty Ken Garner Charles Sells Glen McN1el Joe Sims fx Junior High Basketball Top row Coach W R Durrett B11l1e Mae Beard Jeannie Nix Mary Sims Wrnme Wright Ber nice Coker Joyce Mooneyham Darlene H111 Cappy Lawson Sybil W1ll1ams Manager Middle row Glenda Alton Sue McElhaney Nancy Lewis Rita Burton Mary Hatter Virginia Frschgrabe Garlene McGregor Bottom row Vrrgrnra Bomar Charlene Patrick Mary Qurroz, Donna Lynch L 5 sr. 5.5. GOODBYE, MHS Through fhe years we the semors have had countless memorable ex perlences as we acquxred educauon and lastmg fnend sh1ps Thank you M H S for memones of twelve happy years Y Nivkk rx N- Www BUTANE GAS CO AND EMPLOYEES We Apprec1ate Your Bus1ness 5500 McGregor H1ghway TOM SHOFNER JR Owner Phone Z 1689 Waco Texas Call Us for A11'Your Gas Needs J M DYER TEMCC FEED MILLS Temple Temple Texas Your Fashlon Year Around Graln Buyers Alert Department Store 120 South 4 22155524 BARBER SHOP Ladles Shoes Kyle Hotel Temple Texas and Apprec1ate Buslness Ready to Wear of Old Frlends 0775990500 0252? MANUFACTURING COMPANY Temple Texas N1-I SCJNS For Gifts, Party Accessories School and Office Supplies Try THE MOORES BELTON LAUNDRY BOOK STORE Phone 3472 We Pickup and Deliver McGregor Texas Compliments of gMWdfMf COUNTY CO-OP McGregor CSRANTHAM BROTHERS Cfinners and Cotton Buyers McGregor Texas BEL.-VON SAND 81 GRAVEL CO INC Belton Texas Telephone Office 336 Plant 9018 ELMER H HAYS Pres and Gen Mgr FOOD MARKET Highway 84 McGregor Texas E05 ZW Phone 2448 South Main McGregor Texas 1 KINGS 0 SERVICE STATION DR U G Ph1111ps 66 Products McGregor Texas McGregor Texas C' 'Z6?0'L y MILLING at GRAIN GRILL Phone 2851 Hlghway 84 McGregor Texas McGregor Texas wr,-tr MILK BUCKET Phone 2020 H1ghway 84 McGregor Texas 1 ll The Largest Selectlon of Western Wear 1n Central Texas 6M GZJMZW, Dry Goods Clothlng Georgetown Texas Belton I , I . I I 1.4 .. .tw , ' 3:2 T 12:2 ' z PM vga' " ' f G , . f . 5 I ' ' 40 I Compllments AMS LEE S HARDWARE McGregor Texas VVI3 LEE USED CAR Phone 2108 Local F1nance LEE HARDWARE COMPANY Funeral D1rectors Ambulance SGIVICC Phone 2880 McGregor Texas GATESVILLE IMPLEMENT COMPANY John Deere Tractors Phone 254 Gatesvllle Texas EMPIRE SEED COMPANY 109 East Avenue A Temple Texas E D BABOVEL SPORTING GOODS 9 South Second St Temple Texas GILIXQVOEE DAVI S Furn1ture Appl1ances McGregor Texas X3 WWW? 4 13 W Central Temple Texas I If You Plant It, We Have It I f Complxments of CSPAVES BARBER SHOP McGregor Texas VVT I-IIX COMPANY Fr 1g1da1re App11ances McGregor and Gatesvllle CANTRJE LL MOTOR CO INC Bell County s Largest Phone 61 Belton Texas vez? CORNER DRUG STORE Qauhty 1n Drugs and Servlce Try Our Store Flrst McGregor Texas Toys and Auto Suppl1es CECIL DRAKE BASCOM PORTER Temple Texas Macallan, SHOE STORE Better Values Temple Texas 6 MMUWZ CLEANERS McGregor Texas E D , Ford Dealer ' 0 . OPTOMETRIST Eyes Carefully Examined DR. THOS. N. DELANEY 5 Floor - SPIST Bldg. Phone PR3-3248 N1 ARE I4 DRUG STORE Prescriptions Main and Central Temple, Texas Phone 3-3203 DUTCH EL.L.I CDTT GROCERY 81 SER STA Congratulations Seniors CLOUD COMPANY Farm and City Loans W Adams Avenue Temple Texas Save That Trip to Town Shop at vvlNN'S5 STORES INC Z 15 South Main McGregor Texas E"?0WINNS smnss lac:-L CAG LE S SERVICE STATION AND GARAGE Phone 7 Moody Texas CITY DRUG The Fr1end11est Store 1n Town Moody Texas Congratulatlons Moody Graduate s' Four C Your Future FOUR C COLLEGE SAM KNIGHT Pres1dent WM L BAINE VICE PIeS1dCnt Waco Texas .T B JOHNSON 900 Wash1ngton Waco Texas Flnest 1n Used Cars ZW? GROCERY Route 1 Meador Phone 306 W Z I MOTORS DAIRY IVIATZT Hamburgers Korn Dogs and Sandwlches 25th and Ave H Temple Texas TEIVIPLE GRANITE WORKS F S WALKER AND F N WALKER Memorlals Phone 3 522.0 310 S Ma1nSt C ompllments f M was The Frlendly Store Waco Texas zzmefzff JEWELRY ll West Ave A Watches and Jewelry 5352? Temple Tex 6756694 ' DEPARTMENT STORE Temple Texas Be Wlse to h Good Buys at DIXIE FURNITURE Temple KJ INSURANCE AGENCY Moody Texas LALJCSI-II..IN SNACK BAR Moody Texas 1 a I . O I I 9 , 'ff ' 3. 5 or ' V .C f,..,.... lr KA--p...p,: X ' I e 1 2 a House finaly, Qmzwz S SZ OO Per Year 1504 Austm J w GAY Pubhsher Adve 1' t1s 1ng and P Tlntlflg Mm!! Zaman INSURANCE AGENCY Bonded Gram Storage Phone 115 Moody Texas Moody Texas M211 W General Merchand1se Funeral D1rectors Phone 114 Moody, Texas OF: Fine Mexican Foods - - - ' 5 Z W2 AND WM pw gnfwfmafzf FRED w1sMAR LEATHER SHOP Riding Equipment, Bags Leathercraft Supplies SINCI-'AIR Luggage SERVICE STATION 18E Ave ' f ' Phone 119 Temple, Texas X Moody, Texas g- Q CD14 EARL AND .TACK BREEDING MOTEL AND S TATION SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Automobile Se rvic e Telephone 9 P O BOX 97 5th and Washington M00dY Texas Waco Texas KVVTX KVVTX TV BUDDY BOS TICK Z3 on Your Dial Manager Waco Texas Channel 10 1 Compliments of lvl CODY CSI N OTTO FISCHGRABE Manager Moody Texas digg aff S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 11 Moody Texas QW! WWW GARAGE Moody Texas Makes Th1ISt a .Toy Bottled by BYENE BEVERAGES Waco Texas A ,J IVIEI QATVEY CO 913 Wash1ngton Avenue Phone 4 1445 Waco Texas f-SEX .Ea 4 Z Z xi! 6 ' I Z4 fkm F-'ITZST NATIONAL BANK WMM Wag WHOLESALE AGENT HUM BLE Moody, Texas of Ml2.AND M125 Wag? x CQ! I 5 ' Moody, Texas Moody, Texas I . DIZAND MES. Z? SM ITTYS RESTAURANT 7th and Avenue G Temple Texas Good Food Good Health W 6 fcfawfqfm Representlng FIDELITY UNION LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Phone 33 Moody Texas I I 1 I D N a , - Yf FW. - , ' 2 s. I:-as I I I 9 mu fiend Lad1es Mlsses Pattern Hats Hats Restyled Custom Made 706 N Z5 St Waco Texas DCDYE .TEWELERS 712. N Z5 St D1amonds S11verware Expert Watch Repan- Waco Texas fl fc' '17 Q Q71 KINGS BARBER SHOP 715 South 25th Temple Tex LINDETQS Any Fresh Meats U S Hlghway 317 Moody Texas LAY-VON GAQNE12 FURNITURE Moody Texas Always Shop at TQICE GROCERY gl MARKET Moody, Texas OZZZWGZ CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 14 Moody, Texas I A 1 f " 0 I T... :.v X ''15QifigrgQQQQQQQQE:,gQ5gQ:E? GROCERY at STATION aQMfw M5574 DRUG DRESSES Fme Serv1ce 708 N 25th Waco Texas Temple Texas VVINKLEIZS FIS!-IEIZIXAAN 5 PECAN gl HONEY FARM RQOST Norge App11ances L1ve Ba1t Sport1ng Goods Necch1 Elna Sew1ng Machmes Boats and Motors Pets Route 1 1212 w Ave A at 25th M11es West on I-hghway Temple Texas gguffgkmpf COTTON OIL CO Temple Texas CHICK WALKER Manager Quahty N I H ' , n I I Moody, Texas . . 12 ' ' 36 , dfid CAFE AND GARAGE 4 GROCERY 81 MARKET McGregor Hlghway Moody Texas Glrl 5 very best Fnend . . her ggffl I fjjlaif ak' D 1mon3s may dazzle but I wouldn t trade XR mv tltctrnc range for anytlung' A flxck of Q the swntch and hxgh speed cuukmg umts are t controls and forget xt! Clean cool elettrnc cookmg keeps the kitchen fresh and shxny Elcctrrc cookmg xs economxcal too' Cot' s wrrh current off more than half the mme costs less than ld per person a meal Yts for turmng out tasty meals wxth no trouble an ercctrnc range IS a gxrls best fnend Be Modern Cook Elecmt' TEXAS POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY I , ' 7 O 0 El E 0 -t it 1 - . , I 9. Q , ,SEM a D, . i , h ' ' all V , V, -r fu V ready for use - or I can put the food in, V 'pf set ltf: , ' , ' V . . . . Y Q YAQK . I I ' I I . . . . , . L DRINK ini VI- I X 3 anon mass TUENJUYUFEIUHE7 DR PEPPER BOT TLING CO Waco Texas PEPSI COLA BOT TLING CO Waco Texas HOME OFFICE WACO ongxgliwf 4, 15997 TE T330 O we 5, asf M sfnvm TEXAS sma 1930 wnMMWAXl,.!xOzm6XA:fP,ax D 'Z 65? QQITLZ M AND MRS M K SHIPP I-hghway 317 Phone 145 Moody Texas MOM? FURNITURE CO M E CORBITT Owner af' mm Films gm Q M I 0 4 game? F1rst W1th the Fmest Phone 2.5 Waco Texas Moody, Texas .T Vm'-"-I- ,- -.- - .1 T , I I I I I " Coon ron urs: - T I i xr! 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O o o 'lofcxga o W T Congratulations Seniors Compliments of F' N t' 1 B k B . . g ' I Temple, Texas Comphments of U xuufasiam YOUR POS TMAS TER Moody Texas mae Qwffeff 5 sow LUM BER COMPANY Everythlng for the Bu1lder Phone 2.1 Moody Texas My glefaciffwa L UM BER COMPANY Good Bu11d1ng Matenal Phone 48 Moody Texas TEMPLE COTTON5 Denman Bldg 6 West Adams St Phone PR 8 7150 Temple Texas 6df?'666 CAR 8: HOME SUPPLY Phone 98 Moody Texas Wfiwn, 04 SHIRT N SLACK SHOP At Budget W1se Pr1ces Central Ave at lst St Temple Texas Q7ME DR UG S TORE h I R URNITUREX X HCZIQQIQECO x 41 'Mk B It as! You CAN RELAX 'N Kll BANK C FORD OFFICE MACHINES R y I Typ 317 W t Ad PR 3 5351 O H ASHABRANNER Moody, Texas I M Your Healt s Our B ' I A !1. ' Phone 65 N 1 Go to f - of f I gHCJI -R' P x XI ' I ' m y I I """44 U .Ln Ji, e on . .vs -Zgg-A ... 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