Moody High School - Bearcat Yearbook (Moody, TX)

 - Class of 1975

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" The annual staff is striving to show some of the bridges that will make the crossing of the "pitfalls" of life a little easier, as students work together in classes, organiza- tions, and servicesg as they play together in sponsored activities. V , a..,,1r,o,. A fy. . , .. we ak in my , MA, . I . ..,, we , 1 . ., Wgffs-'N 'A ,373 V. . if Table Cf Contents Student Life- -5 Administration and Faculty 21 Classes- - 37 Personalities- -81 Organizations- - 89 Activities- 105 Advertisements- - 131 Epilogue- - 164 i ? 5 54 4 5E - A "'- W '-kf ffissyf- . ' K.. , i-QM kr 1-'vcd ---so is "-'N-..s.,,,r A MAMA-Q' " " . t t otst W Bridges span chasms .... To make progress easier. Moody School offers opportunity To share living, To create memories, To participate in . . ST DE TLIFE School Song Shows Spirit High on fields of battle Waves green and gold, Bearcats are champions Bravely fighting on To gain a victory. High on fields of battle Moody is best. We all fight together For M .H .S . 1 lvff1' 'RXJM M 'fi , , 2 X Y Z x Xi? 2 'g E 'M 'A f ie ffafi5X5 I Q 5: Reis. sex 'f Qm idds lll . Q . ' -My fix? Marching Band Adds Flags Band Director: Jim Perry Flag Girls: Cindy Hale, Janet Dowell, Sharon Schmidt, Pam Johnson, Pam Wise, Lula Small, Margaret Hammond, Karren Vaughn, Rene Turner. S The band performs at half-time of football games, plays during the games, for pep rallys, flag raising ceremonies, medical center ground breaking, concerts, and other events The banner is carried by Sherry Johnson and Carol Aycock. Band Officers: Becky Wall fdrum majorb, Jo Bounds fVice-presidentj, Joseph Mackey fPresidentJ, Janice NCWHIHHCSCC. Treas. Reporterj, Jon Ford flibrariany . .mu 'mga M . Twirlers Perform With Band Ja N H dT 1 BehH d Bearcat Pride!! Cheerleaders School spirit rages high because of the enthusiasm of student elected cheerleaders. They show team support by leading cheers for all varsity sports. Head cheerleader is a senior--Jo Bounds. Assisting Jo are: Ruth Jones Brenda Beerwinkle Sharon Schmidt and ....... 5 Helen Knutson 1. Junior High Cheerleaders are: fBack rowj--Jacqulene Collinsg Diane Wall head-cheerleaderg gl Lisa Dowell. fFront rowb--Janet Dowellg Cathy Slaughter, rnascotg 85 Karen Newman Cc 4', Homecoming. .The Greatest Seniors sponsored the annual bonfire, Raynell Donald- son, Jon Ford, and Bruce Kaldenbach work to build the biggest. On Thursday evening the pep rally was held around the fire. In the big ga1ne Moody slaughtered Bruceville Eddy 35 to O before a packed crowd. I The exciting half-time brought last year's Queen Melissa Sebastian and Drill team beau, Gary Schmidt, to crown the queen, after presenting the court. Then the return of the Bearcats to the playing field. Homecoming Candidates Presented At Halftime Sharon Schmidt, FEA Sweetheart Ricky Lynch, Escort Debbie Perkins, Beta Club Sweetheart Ronnie McAdams, Escort Janice Newman, Band Sweetheart Michael Guyton, Escort Football sweetheart John Haigood, Escort get in 5 1 Helen Knutson, FHA Sweetheart Rocky Coulter, Escort Ruth I ones, Student Council Sweetheart Randy McAdams, Escort Brenda Beerwinkle, Flag Corp Sweetheart Luther Bingham, Escort Diane Hill, PSAF Sweetheart Marvin Zuehlke, Escort 3 , .F-wut ,L,," L-f1,.- 1, ,.., . -.fV Y, , L A gfvqsYX?Q1x.z1, ' - vm, fa v L 'f'- .' has Reception Draws Crowd Mrs. Allman and Sharon Newman drapes the table in blue satin. Jon Ford and Rachel Cornell make last minute check on the re- freshment table. John Perryman congratulates Queen Nominee, Helen Knutson. Raynell Donaldson and Gail Hatter preside at the refreshment table Football fans enjoy greeting friends and the Queen's court. ' fi! X Bridges may be antiquated, But they have served their purpose well. Their firm foundations have withstood many trials. Students are in need of the experience and foundation of the ........... ADMI I TRATIO and FACULTY Administration Works With School Board To Improve School Nolan L . Kinsey, Superintendent ll "is An early meeting of the school year found these school board members present: Elmer Beerwinkle, Orville Michalk, B. B. Parham, LeRoy Wall, Clarence Richardson, and W. M. Hommel, Ir. Principals Are Important . TO KEEP THE SCHOOL IN SMOOTH RUNNING ORDER. Gerald W. Linton, High School Principal Jean D. Knutson, Elementary School Principal .r,r.,,,., r , Rev. R. A. Hill, member, past President of Moody School Board Secretary Parham and President Wall sign vouchers for the payroll. James Daniel, Voc. Ag. Variel Garner, Homemaking Doris Kelch, Commercial Vocational Courses . . . are geared to give students practical training for employment, Mrs. Kelch assists Sherry Jackson in adjust ing the typewriter. Mrs. Garner stresses the importance of good nutrition to all classes. Mr. Daniel trains ag students in many areas of farming, welding, livestock, and management. -WC ..,k if ,,.L ,f , N - s s is J' - , , wigs riff 1 , s tetss ,, f ' ---Q' 3 " Deanna Kinsey, English Sz Speech Ian Ward, English 85 Spanish Languages Are Necessary , for an educated person. z Mrs. Kinsey also directs the senior play and knows the importance of good make-up and costuming. Mrs. Ward helps students with special language problems. , ' Q if an . Johnny Giebler, Head Coach 8s Math Arthur Prinz, Coach, Math, P.E. Jerry Wiley, Jr. Hi. Coach, Science Coaches Instruct Physical Fitness Coaches Prinz 84 Giebler assist injured player from field. Coaches discuss plays with Mike Guyton. Coach Wiley shows ball handling for free throw shots. iis, C F We 5 if Marjorie Bird, Science 822 Math Mildred Anderson Resource Jim Perry, Band, Choir EQ History Mary Tillery, Counselor Special Courses Adds Spice To School Mrs. Bird explains the use of science equipment to stu dents. Mr. Perry works with band to have percision march- ing. Mrs. Anderson gives special attention to the learn- ing abilities of the secondary level students. History Comes To Life for students as they are enhanced in learning through the use of projects, plays, charts, and iilrns. Margaret Cogswell , History Sc Librarian Marla Knutson, History 85 Civics Miss Cogswell, as librarian, assists stu dents in selecting books of their Mrs. Knutson calls attention to the type ser- vice uniforms used through the years. interest . ..w,2:- - -av' flsfff-H ' 1. If ftp: So ,F 2 kim vm if was www 61 dugg 54. :YW Margaret Munz, Sixth Grade Keren Crawford, Fifth Grade Linda Grantham, Fifth Grade Elementary Teachers work in grade levels on all subject matter. Students feel free to ask for assistance when needed . ff!! ,ff '4 a gy ,ag . Jetena Collier. Fourth Grade Ernestehe Hatter, Third 85 Fourth Grades Ullah Cornforth, Third Grade Primal' Teachers Are Busy with many the 3 R's ,VW Mary Ann Skipper, Second Grade Judy Walters Second Grade 'il V Class rooms depict holiday I E it H pryr mfs seasons as teachers plan ac- - ff' ug: 5 tivities with pupils . 31 Joy Chatham, First Grade Betty Knutson, First Grade Deitra Hargrove Kindergarten Excited Beginners 1. , .- A fizdifril i learn through the fascinating centers created by interested teachers. Barbara Cunningham Migrant Program Karon Jackson, Resource Linda Kelly, Resource Anna Munz, Title I Learning Experiences increase through the work of teachers with special training. Para-Professional As A Co-Worker Mrs. Doris Alexander, assists teachers in helping individual students, visuals, and lunchroom check. Mrs. Kay Herrington, helps in class- room, playground, and plays the piano for elementary choir. Mrs. Margie Ford works in the library as well as help- ing special students. nwmsupgy. Mrs. Donnetta Hobart, bookkeeper-secretary, has the pleasant voice that answers the telephone in the Su erintendent's office. P 'c f Preparing hot meals for Moody school students are Mmes. Hella Haas, Adeline Olejnik, 84 Murlel Watkins. Mrs. Lavern Hohhertz takes care of custodial A duties in the elementary building. li Il Ili KI ig ICI .1 un, School busses are driven by Bill Goodwin, Lee Brown, Robert Talley, Sa Beryl Don- aldson. Albert Haas is in charge of maintenance and custodial duties. X . fe 36 A walkway is sometimes built to aid pedestrians, In crossing busy streets. Teachers are available to students to aid in Spanning the gap between ignorance and knowledge CLASSES Seniors Are Gary Alton UT' Jo Bounds nal' Gary Chatham Ray ne11 Donaldson , ..V w Senior Favorites: Dency Henderson Marvin Zuehlke Senior band members given medals by Band Booster president--Mrs. Elmer Beerwinkle. 6Moving Onw 'dhilyi Senior Class officers: Jo Bounds fSecretaryj in front seat of car, Gary Alton CPresidentj in back seat of car, Joseph Mackey fTreasurerj standing on far side, Raynell Donaldson CReporterj on back of car, and Randy McAdams fVice-presidenty standing by car. Mary Jo Fellers Charlene Gaines Glenda Gaines Virginia Guyton Seniors Become 18 Gail Hatter Dency Henderson Pat Hughes Chris Jackson Ricky Lynch 'inf' Joseph Mackey Shelia Manning Gary Martin Randy McAdams These seniors started to school to- gether in Moody Elementary. 402s Calvin Newman Rolinda Norman Scott Pratt Diane Russell Tony Talley Albert Taplin Mikel Urbantke Becky Wall Doug Wise These seniors started to school together in South Moody Elementary. Senior Artist makes signs for the halls. Seniors Say Farewell To M.H S Kevin Woodham Marvin Zuehlke Joseph Mackey shows 'class ring. Seniors have pictures made in cap and gown Terry Ball Kevin Brashear Millie Brown Juniors Discover is X. ,Qi 1. , Dorcas Carlisle 2 x F sw 3 Rocky Coulter .. ,Egan s V f sgfrii Jonathan Ford Debby Goddw in Pam Goodwin ff Ac. WF. 'H 1 -at ker- 'Q F Class Favorites: Millie Brown John Haigoocl Tammy Urbantke sells ribbons to Debby Goodwin Spirit Is Hidden Inside Class Officers: Debbie Perkins, President Sharon Newman, Treasurer Michael Guyton Reporter Ruth I ones , Vice-President Sharon Schmidt, Secretary .44 Eddie Guerra Joe Bob Gutierrez Michael Guyton John Haigood Diane Hill Sherry Jackson Selling enough magazine subscriptions to receive watches were: Millie Brown, Tammy Urbantke, Jon Ford, Karren Vaughn, Rocky Coulter, 8a Janice Newman. Fund Raising Starts The J umors Ruth I ones Theneta Mackey Ronnie McAdams Benny McNeil Terry Nelson Bryan Newman Frank Newman Janice Newman rw' Over half of the Juniors received "Fuzzy Wuzzys" for magazine sales. his gi A ,wire gy s.....ai EL ivy 'Q-P are es' r 7 ,av v Se lifrffi sf- 35532 A i 'wi H 1 "" 'A 'W s YQ , yisi VJ' L", ve, 7'-' gf ' 54 JSO' A? , a, A f .A NOK Debbie Perkins Karen Russell Sharon Schmidt Ron Schermerhorn Larry Simpson Amy Spoonts Anthony Sykes Donald Thomas Manding the concession stand for basketball games helps to increase the till. Tammy Urbantke Karren Vaughn Ricky Watson CC 99 Juniors Keep On Truckin 'THF' 4QwYil 'V+-'w'1I' X 4 My 4. fl M, an J V , ss ,4 J ' kkss MQ.. A 'uf f ,:- mi. ,.,, an . 1 K " s P , , ue ,Slim N... X. I 4' W' 'M -, I 1 ,,,.1,, LU,-Lg..f'-,m , , - X - 1 , Sophom reslhmask Talents Gloss officers picture made on "Blue Cut' bridge. r no Ronnie Norward, Reporter Rachel Cornell, Vice-President Beth Herod, Secretary Helen Knutson, President Bruce Kaldenbach, Treasurer Q. Mary Arteaga Carol Aycock Mallie Aycock f Sophomores . . . ccWe Ain't Too Bad Brenda Beerwinkle Luther Bingham Betty Brown Colette Chatham John Dehoyas Rachel Cornell Dale Dillard David Dillard Class Favorites: Gayler Porter Ronnie Gaines Q ai E is 3325 h' QW' . it 11 " If?i3!fgqW '5, .."f1 N: f uerfzxsqfa K1 Mg, , pigwl..wP1. H - B 2 - ' at f ,. 1, f j, 5,9m3Wi, - f f .. Vp -Ae' 1 1 515 r f I 2,1 Y ,M 4 19 , n ff 'iw f .S 'ff' P lf W 5, ' 3 W , fi f MEQ , kj? ,511 gdrff nz LL: 54 X L X a X 3' 1 I N ff .. 'fr-55-Sl 5. 1 , . N, 1 it F f We're Just A Teeny Mean Debb Sue F k Ron G Tony G Ronnie Guyton Chester Henderson Beth Herod Mark Hudson David Jackson Clifford Johnson Pam Johnson Sherry I ohnson Sterling Kemp Helen Knutson Sophomores Exhibi lf Responsibilit 'wi Ronald Marshall Cathy Morris Dennis Nelson Ronnie Norward Gayler Porter Ricky Richardson Donovan Robertson Noel Small l Loretta Stark .Irin Talley Bert Vandiver blames Wright V, ,E 53 Class Of 978 Adds More Class officers are: Karen Coulter fSec. -Treas.j Sharon Newman ffleporterj Scott Cum- mings fVice-Presidenty and standing Tina Herod fPresidentj. Kermit Argabright Larry Argabright Terry Aycock Gaye Ballard Eva Mae Brandon Keith Brown Mary Lou Brown Billy G. Campbell Karen Coulter Scott Cummings Sheri Dowell Mike Flynn ':,f::s?Ef gg , f 'Y ,A S , gt tr mag, w is L Nt: B . Y, is . my i t sm? 5 in I kv it N v is el 9' vi v I s 'Q' if s a 4 s .. Lx ,. 1 L. ff. 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'A Favorites: Sharon Newman Sz Garry Moore ust Four More Y Mike Alton Robert Arteaga Debra Brown Harold Brown Tina Brown Kimberly Burchell Billy Burney Linda Dominguez Lisa Dowell David Fellers Gregory Gaines Ronald Goodwin William Haas Margret Hammond Tommy Harris Ricky Hernandez Scott Hudson Anthony Jackson Walter Johnson Clara Karl horter For Eighth Graders Prinz was the auctioneer. Slave for a day auction is an annual scheme for eighth graders to have money for graduation activities. Coach Class officers: Seated-- Becky Olejnik, Vice-Pres. Margaret Hammond Treasurer Standing--Mike Alton, Reporter David McKamie, President Billy Joe Burney, Secretary MA. Al: . . . J , f, .X loci 'iigl 1. ,. A .,:,if3.:T 5 A A si . '.' , L M519 Mlifff' 'Timmy ,Huexr A A Bruce Petter -Rmgcr Sykes Joanne Turner Diane Wall Ilbkit Wa ikins' Pegry white, Cindy hiking Michieallsearcy ' , Z, , Karen Aycock Sherry Aycock Danny Baladez Nora Baladez Lorraine Brandon Paul Brown Eugene Bruney Pam Campbell Jackie Collins Maggie Cornelius Sheryl Coulter Randy Currey Debbie Dean Ollie Dixon Carl Dodd Janet Dowell Tammie Eakin Martha Esparza Martin Esparza William Fletcher Class Officers: Jackie Collins, Vice- president Mitch Tarnbling, Treasurer Tammie Eakin, Reporter Karen Newman, President Janet Dowell, Secretary 5 Halls Bewilder An A qv- -av-. zg 'rf-,. 5 ,, Frighten Seventh Grade .ae Q .5 1 U Deborah Ford Peggy Ford Jackie Gaines Danny Guerra Martha Guerra Darren Guyton Cindy Hale Ralph Hart Bonnie Hatter Cindy Hatter Gary Hoisington Seventh Grade rs Become Involved Ri2ggiQ'NtNH'ld!1w Tonne Oldham' Ge1re Panrick 4 Pheebe Parker Vickey Parker f Tommy Robinson Frankie Sauseda Terrie Sausada Kyle Skipper Mitch Tambling Joe Vela Roger Vela Jerry Watkins Eva Wright Peggy Zuehlke Lesia Argabright David Ballard Beth Boehnke Glenn Brown Skipper Brown Valeria Caswell Bobby Cavasos Micheal Crowell Cindy Dominquez Clay Dowell Keith Fisher David Guerra Andy Guzman Margie Hammonds Aubrey Henderson Anna Hernandez Jesse Herandez Dwain Herod David Johnson Lonnie Karl Debbie Kemp Sylvia Land ,, Q ...A W, xry :,,,, . 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'iri x get ger To Learn John Hardcastle Tina Hart Terry Hess Leon Hoisington Vicki Hotchkiss John Hubbard Doug Hudson Connie Humphreys Paula Johnson Racquel Kelly Mary Jo Kemp I eff Kerby Krystal Linton Dora Munoz Larry Portis Harriett Rogers Elizabeth Shelton Cathy Slaughter Anthony Taplin Royce Wall Sonia White Dana Boehnke Kindergarteners. . .Anything Can Danny Anders Lori Aycock Craig Beckner Buddy Beckner Donna Bumble Tammy Burgess Duane Butler Samual Cardova Vicki Covasas Dwayne Cora Joy Crowell Morris Ervin Joe Gonzales Michelle Gutierrez Kasi Haas Russell Hale Steve Hardcastle Mike Hart 1.1, Bennett Stephen Gaines Sandy Gaines . ,,,.L .,3,4K. ,nf l W Aw, ,,.,g'1iz -,..., if I is .,,, resign as s, ,AQ -is R , 9 s K X 1 www' ..,. W pected Cf Them L 4 , I ' Z f 'kye , y wi t rs " ' 'Q wx! EQIA J , 'X 1 t- 'fem ' N ....: S V , W -,L R f i his 1 if r gs: 'L A L I """"' L-' 4' l X if M S, M or QE A Q' ' X t s -J , .1 'QF 1 5:13 .1 1 digg . A ,.e. ' 5. Chad Henderson Melvin Hotchkiss Priscilla Johnson Windy Kelly Kelly Kinsey Barry Lightfoot Lee Mashtere Sandra Munoz Ed Porter Tim Pittman Leslie Plowman Stephanie Pruett Keith Richardson Tammy Roberts Charlie Shreve Staci Swearingin Tynna Thomas Jamie Vaselka Slade Stubblefield Allen Vinson MM, M M. M ' k w 80 Bridges may be unique in style, purpose, and use. This Santa Fe railroad bridge has served many people. With the same type strong foundation, character, and determination These students are recognized as having special ...,,,.. PER ONALITIES Who's Who Selected B Faculty Seven seniors were selected on basis of scholarship, citizenship, dependability, and participation. Gary Alton Gail Hatter gaW'wlt'l " t-ex-2 fvv guests f law lllllillllll Randy McAdams 'N' Us Jo Bounds Gary Chatham ,.,i, H Becky Wall Marvin Zuehlke E These Brough The Moody Bearcat team and coaches heads our list of special 'L ' i ' honors brought to Moody this year. For the first time in history Moody played in semi- finals of UIL Class B football. Coach Johnny Giebler Outstanding coaching award of 1974 in Class B. Albert Taplin, named KWTX Football player of the week. lst. row: R. Norward, C. Jackson, N. Small, L. Bingham, P Hughes. 2nd. row: AlTap1in, A. Sykes, T. Talley, M. Guyton, R. Gaines, L. Simpson, M. Tambling. 3rd. row: Coach Giebler, M. Zuehlke, R. McAdams, R. Coulter, F. Newman, R. Lynch, J. Haigood, Coach Prinz. 4th. row: B. Vandiver, S. Pratt, R. McAdams, G. Chatham, C. Newman. onor To MHS Becky Wall, FHA Area VIII, lst. Vice President Betty Crocker Winner Burt Vandiver, FFA, District III Secretary. Named to the All District Football Team: Gary Chatham, Ricky Lynch, Rocky Coulter, Tony Talley, Randy Mc- Adams, Micheal Guyton, Albert - Taplin, Frank Newman. Honorable Mention in District Foot- ball: Irrin Talley, Larry Simpson, Calvin Newman, John Haigood, Marvin Zuehlke, Luther Bingham Honored For Special Achievement ALL-DISTRICT BAND MEMBERS: Standing: Janice Newman, Steve Shermerhom, Paul Knutson, Diane Hill, Loretta Stark, Jon Ford Helen Knutson, Ruth Jones, Dorcas Carlisle, Jo Bounds, Ronnie Marshall. Seated: Nikki Oldham, Tina Herod, Tammy Eakin, Sharon Newman, Becky Olejnik, Rachel Cor- , ' j nell, Karen Aycock. l ALL- DISTRICT 53-B Basketball Tony Talley QSeniorj Rocky Coulter Uuniorj HONORABLE MENTION 53-B Basketball Micheal Guyton Uuniorj Becky Wall fSeniorj Students Make Selection MISS M. H.S. Gail Hatter MR. M.H.S. Gary Alton 2 , Z 2 A t 5 I ' 1 3 2 N is x 5 S s is ,,', ,g ta it L fair X TQ Ax. Bridges may be burned out In a brilliant blaze ......... For you to succeed, feed your fire with determination For exhaustion is an exhilarating reward For giving your all to ........ ORGANIZATIO Student Council Leads Students It has representation from each class in the high school building. Its purpose is to work with administration and student body for better understanding, PIO' mote good will, engage entertainment for school assemblies, sponsor special activities, suggest and evaluate guidelines for students. Principal Gerald Linton, Sponsor Officers are: Jo Bounds, Presidentg Beth Herod, Rep. at Largeg Ruth Jones, Rep. at Largeg Raynell Donaldson, Rep. at Large, Debbie Perkins, Secretary, Gail I-latter, Treasurerg Ion Ford, Vice-President, 84 Janice Newman, Report- Cf. -a eta Service Club In Sixteenth Year A national 11011-SGCICI club based on Leadership-AchievemenbService, has the State Vice-President, Gary Alton, as a member. Gary helps with the money making project by selling Tom-Watt products. Mrs. Marla Knutson is the Club Sponsor. Officers are: Janice Newman, Treasurerg Ruth Jones, Reporterg Sharon Schmidt, Presidentg Debbie Perkins, Secretaryg SL Iohn Haigood, Vice- President. 2 1 ffiisitg My F HA'ers Become Involved The Moody Chapter of Future Homemakers of America is a part of a national organization for high school youth studying home economics. "Directions for Living" was selected as theme for the year. Mrs. Variel Garner Advisor Officers? Raynell Donaldson, treasurerg Diane Hill, 3rd. V.P.g Janice Newman, 2nd. V.P.9 Jo Bounds, 4th, V.P., Becky Wall, Presidentg Sharon Schmidt, Sec- retaryg Debbie Perkins, Historiang Brenda Beerwinkle, Parlia.g Ruth Jones, Sth. V.P.g Beth Herod, lst. V,P. President Becky Wall participated in the national meeting. with MMM A Variety Cf Programs Were Used 1. Lois Newman gave a demonstration on personal improvement. 2. Mr. E.L. Carpenter, manager of Mother Neff Park, talked on park ecology. 3, Janice Newman took part on one program. 4. Debbie Perkins read the real Christmas story. 5. Beth Herod, program chairman, encouraged participation of all members. 6. Karren Vaughn, Virginia Guyton, 85 Pam Wise were used for Mrs. Newman's demonstration. Projects Create Interest FHA officers are honor guards for flag raising . Becky Wall, Brenda Beerwinkle Bounds at Area 8 workshop. Becky Wall elected Area 8 Vice- Pres. Chapter installs officers. Gail 85 Raynell check plants in cology project. X53 OVEH4 JO Bounds led the National Anthem and pledge to the flag Mother-Daughter banquet is an annual event. Beth Herod presents Christmas program for FHA. Big-Little Sister luncheon is a fun project. 'vt Y 4 t 1 ,, L4 , L Q , FFA Important To Ag Program Future Farmers of America is a organization of students taking vacation- al agriculture in high school. Basically it is a part of the ag. program, and gives students an opportunity to develop leadership. James Daniel, Advisor President, Gary Alton, presents State Pres- ident to the student body. Q . f, rs - Lf is 1, FFA sponsors conces- sion stand at football games 2. Pens for some projects are at school. 3. Classes in welding prove interesting. 4, Jo Bounds is the first girl student. 5. Officers: Gary A1- ton, Pres.g John Haigood, V.P.g Scott Pratt, Sec.: Bert Vandiver, Treas.: Ric- ky Watson, Reporterg Luth- er Bingham, Sentinel E 1' FFA Stock Show Draws Crowd The Moody Stock Show is an annual event. It is held before the Bell County and Houston Stock Shows. David Schmidt showed the Grand Champion Gilt, in the Swine division. 2 G fm Sharon Schmidt, FFA Sweetheart, presents the showmanship trophy to David Schmidt. Shopwork on display included the feeder trough other metal work and wood work. Rabbits, pigeons, and chickens were exhibited and judged. Io Bounds received a trophy for showing the grand champion female in the Beef division. She also had the grand champion barrow in the Swine Div. -va E swag! f , ' Stephen Schmidt received a trophy for show ing the grand champion steer. Annual Staff C O O Staff members work diligently to give a complete record of the 1974-75 school year. Becky Wall. Editor, checks lay-outs. uts It All Together Mrs. Variel Garner, Sponsor ,BQ l Gail Hatter, Elementary Editor, selects pictures of elementary stu- dents to use on special pages. Raynell Donaldson, Business Manager, makes sure a complete record is kept of annuals sold. ,,.-na ... A ,.g,.,-f x . W 1 K H ,K 'E M 7 , . f ' - 'vm' -.xx ,, A-' Y . A26 1 . nual 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Staff looks over sale posters. Joseph Mackey Glenda Gaines Shelia Manning Mary Io Fellers Rolinda Norman za, U.. LM . N-z an .- -, 4-V, . ... A X J-, 'fn, .95 ,af - T25 -,lik '81- 1 101 Horse Creek Selected For End Sheets One of the last remaining ' iron bridges in the community. 1. Staff members on the Horse Creek Bridge. 2. Virginia Guyton 3. Gary Chatham SL Mikel Urbantke 4, Charlene Gaines 5. Dency Henderson ,CCM-ANw""'W'-.... l r l . L :X RXDCQ. A LSC ,J F - xl A, Habla l Nl L ' ll fr 'W n W. Espanol? or F Q No Senor "V Q Habla Q Ingles PAN AMERICAN STUDENT FORM was reorganized this year for students taking Spanish who are interested in service projects and broadening views. SPONSOR: Mrs. Jan Ward OFFICERS: Ricky Watson, President, Paul W. Brown, Vice-president, Ianice Newman, Secretaryg Sharon Schmidt, Treasurer, Michael Guy- ton, PHSF chairman, Jon Ford, Reporter. Activities Are Varied Gir1's basketball is an exciting winter ac- tivity in M. H. S. Beginner Band is made up of Sixth Graders. ff. my al ki,VA,-, Elementary students start the day with a prayer and pledge of allegiance. Student Council sponsors voting on issues. Moody football team took a decisive Bi-district victory over D'Hanis. YK' Bridges are not wasted spans They uphold pressure, accomplish purposes Give life color, add perspective, Fights isolation through ...... ACTI ITIE Football Takes Limelight As they progress to State Semi- finals. A first for Moody Bearcats. Only six points were scored against the "Big Green" in district play. Coaching the well balanced squad .............. Johnny Giebler, Head Coach "Yogi" Prinz, Assistant Gary Chatham Back Senior Pat Hu ghes Ba ck Senior Chris Jackson Guard Senior Ricky Lynch Guard Senior Seniors have memorable year as they experience victory through hard work, cooperation, and good sportsmanship. Randy MCA dams fCaptainj Tackle Senior Calvin Newman Back Senior Scott Pratt Tackle Senior Tony Talley End Senior Albert Taplin QCaptair1j Back Senior Marvin Zuehlke Guard Senior Mike Guyton Back Junior A nthony Sykes Back Junior Rocky Coulter End Junior Larry Simpson Back Ju nior CC 99 Juniors Are Vital To Big Green ix in ,far i P' T' 15, J in r, .5 S f N 'V' if xii' W nv' 'zfrkw - 'S :if iii?-, 3 4, ,J f f ? if no or Juniors gave the needed strength to the team. An annual event is "Dacl's night. John Haigood Tackle Junior Ronnie McAdams Tackle Junior Frank Newman End Junior Irrin Talley Back Sophomore Ronnie Norward Back Sophomore Luther Bingham Center Sophomore Bert Vandiver Guard Sophomore Team Work Makes The Difference Coach Giebler was named "Coach of the Week", by Waco News Tribune, fol- lowing the Troy game. Moody fans backed the Bearcats all the way. C wafya yxceyyay 1 aewwa s . Managers: Dennis Nelson, Mikel Urbantke, Chester Hen- derson. Noel Small, Tackle, Sophomore Sylvester Taplin, Back, Freshman An impressive record was posted by the Bearcats Moons JBEPYRQHT 5 0 T7 V 1 mm . . W il! OPPONENTS THEY MOODY PRE-SEASON CRAWFORD 6 33 AXTELL O 7 CHILTON 0 46 CHINA SPRINGS 40 0 DISTRICT HUTTO 0 28 HOLLAND 6 32 BRUCEVII..LE'EDDY 0 35 SALADO O 53 TROY 0 14 JOHNSON-CITY 0 28 BI-DISTRICT D'HANIS 14 16 QUARTER FINALS BEN BOLT 6 43 SEMI-FINALS BIG SANDY 12 7 m T ' -. I I ' . lv fl I ' I 'I I I vI!f'n"v'Gj1,4l ylff .I " I ' X 1 , ', r . I . ' I W ' ' ll! lf: I- IJJZ AA, NINQV ji" .if ll "' "' 5 -V :I H Play-Off Action BROUGHT SUPPORT OF BAND, STUDENTS, AND ADULTS OF TOWN AND COMMUNITY. 3 s we. 'y Mig get f aw. J., 1? Mfg 5, C I Q. 4 E 0- xf1wEH'2cL5a,, ,WV 14: 14. fp ., c ,, .i 51. 2 .nv ww 1.1 - Q.. -ff x f NJ '34 'Sf 1, ax K QQ, xi X4 K Qi R pg? gwaswgsfsarjf 1 3 I 4: 95 ff--E 1"2f':-- ' L, , 'ffl 111. A K my if i w-if 5 , ' , ,fax . 1,.j ,,,, N Q ? , .WT N " 5' 224 . 1 ,' " g- Sw! 'F.?"' - , ,.., .W .f ul , V V x fffff' ' I . 14 'T HSL. 2,115 4 X i xx. QL Season Ends In Game With Big Sand Bearcats close a fabulous season in a heartbreaker semi- final lose to Big Sandy, who holds a two year state championship record. The Junior Varsity team members: 11--David Schmidt, 12--Mark Hill, 24--Sterling Kemp, 26-- Garry Moore, 3O-- Billy Campbell, 31--David Jackson, 50--Mike Tambling, 51--Doug Wise, 60-- Ricky Richardson, 61-- Benny McNiel, 62--Clifford Johnson, 64--Scott Cummings, 70--Ronnie Guy- ton, 71--Stephen Schmidt, 72--Joe Bob Gutierrez, 74--Joe Hair, 80--Jerry Goodwin, 81--Donald Thomas, 82--Garland Gaines., 5 Jerry Wiley frightj coached Junior High Football. He received assistance from Arthur Prinz fleftj. Jr. Hi. Football Draws Large Squad This team was made up of seventh and eight graders. Five managers take care of menial tasks. They are Haas, Goodwin, Jack- son, Pruett, 85 Porter. Impressive Record Set By Basketball Varsity Bearcats posted a 11-2 record in district play-off, losing to only one team. Johnny Giebler Coach Pat Hughes fSeniorJ Guard Tony Talley fSeniorJ Center Unity of team effort gives Moody a second place in District Rocky Coulter Uuniorj Forward Michael Guyton Q Iuniorj Guard Fr ank Newman flu niorj Forward Bearcats Hassle For Victory A nthony Sykes Irrin Talley Q Sophomorej Guard Bruce Kaldenbach fSophomoreJ Guard Ronnie Gaines fSopl'1omoreQ Forward V-I-C-T-O-R-Y Demands Strong Back-Up Team Mana gers: Chester Henderson Dennis Nelson B-Team: Seated: G. Moore, S. Shermerhorn, D. Schmidt, S. Kemp, D. Dillard, M. Hudson. Standing: R. Norward, J. Gutierrez, R. Gaines, G. Goodwin, S. Cummings, R. McAdams. 120 5 BA SKETBA LL SCOREBOA RD OPPONENTS THEY MOODY Axtell 52 42 Riesel 29 6 1 Bruceville-Eddy 31 68 Chilton 35 78 Crawford 35 56 Oglesby 43 79 Lorena 31 37 Axtell 84 6 1 Riesel 38 68 Bruceville-Eddy 27 65 Chilton 42 80 Crawford 55 57 Oglesby 37 82 Tony Talley Named on All- Tournament team in Valley Mills invitation tourna- ment. Girl's Basketball Major Attraction Gerald Linton, Coach Last year of basketball for these four seniors. Raynell Donaldson Virginia Guyton Gail Hatter fC aptainj Becky Wall Practice sessions could be fun and com petitive . Ruth Jones Uuniory Karen Russell Uuniorj Brenda Beerwinkle fSophomorey Betty Lou Brown fSophomoreJ Helen Knutson QSophomorej Karen Coulter fFreslm1anJ Cynthia Robertson QF1'eshmar1j Carolyn Talley flfreshmanj Managers: Mary Jo Fellers Diane Russell fy at fweesvi' Basketball plays brought various reactions from the coach Members of "B" team: Kneeling: M. Brown, E. Brandon, S. Fisk, C. Mor- ris, S. Johnson, Sc M. Aycock. Standing: C. Aycock, B. Gutierrez, C. Chatham, 8a B. Herod. 5, .Q 126 Basketball Is Fun FOR JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS . There is never a dull or quiet moment for Coach ,Terry Wiley, as he works with the teams. Spring Sports Are Vari Coach Arthur Prinz aspires for a championship track team, with 24 men vying for honors. Tennis players are: Gary Chatham, Bruce Kaldenbach, Rocky Coulter, Burt Vandiver, 8: Jon Ford. Bruce Kaldenbach is the lone golfer Principal Gerald Linton, works with the girl's athletic program. Tennis players are: lst row: Beth Herod, Mallie Aycock, Helen Knutson, Brenda Beerwinkle, Ruth Jones. 2nd. Row: Colette Chatham, Sue Fisk, Karen Coulter, Raynell Donald- son, Becky Wall. Top Row: Karren Vaughn, Diane Hill. Track Team members: Top row: Sherry Johnson, Becky Wall. Middle row: Sue Fisk, Cynthia Robertson, Eva Brandon, Corlyn Talley. Bottom row: Colette Chatham, Carol Aycock, Diane Sykes, Mary Brown. ac xg: Bridges are masterpieces of beauty They withstand the strains of heavy traffic They shorten routes to travel Helping to make contacts, To interact with one another DVERTI I FIRST NATIONAL OF TEMPLE Member F.D.I.C. 100f1tC GSCI y SCOTT and WHITE TEMPLE, TEXAS MOODY FARM PRODUCTS LEROY WALL, OWNER SERVING CENTRAL AGRICULTURE Phone 817-853-2123 Moody, Texas 76557 FEED SEED FERTILIZER 01' QUALITY DISCOUNT CENTER Quality Merchandise at Discount Pricesw KWTX F M Radio 97.5 A M Radio 123 TV Channel 10 4520 Bosque Blvd. Waco T B1 T fm? OLDSMOBILEII -1:3 -E359 "jewelry is Forever B BAR D L. S. JAMES WESTERN STORE JEWELERS Phone: 773-2954 WESTERN WEAR HORSE SUPPLIES 773-3271 12 E. Central Phone: 817-939-1741 601 E. Central Temple Texas 76501 Belton Texas 76513 WALLACE ELECTRIC COMPANY COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL Glenn Wallace, Owner P.O. Box 127 Phone: 853-2691 Moody Texas 76557 Compliments of the TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM Serving Central Texas Since 1907 Temple , Texas mn. ll- SHIRT INC Complete line of Jerseys T-shirts Athletic Wear Club purchase plan: Name printed on back, free. 24-hour delivery. All SWC tranfers. Phone: 776-2501 230 Town West Center 1412 N. Valley Mills Dr. Waco, Texas 76710 G? , is ' as - 7 'f a V , -avr q1,...,.4.,..-- 'Q :Ng -X ll, I ,ff I, X -x flff X 7 TEMPLE FLORAL ig A ar2.i'i3"fif? f?5:jl:'?,2' ,. ,I 1 -:Tig U .2 V, I, Bea and jesse Owens Phone: 778-1304 Kyle Hotel Temple Texas 76501 LEAMON WALL REALTOR BUILDER T -' 'T -:, , .1 A-5' - ' 9 .K-,Xe --v -if-K af 5 Ns'-exgxl-,gsyrrv X, ff he if . 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Phone: 752-7731 Child Life Shoes Locally Owned 84 Operated Dancing Supplies "ON THE SQUARE" Gatesville Texas 76528 Waco, Texas 76707 CARPET DISCOUNT CENTER POWELL CHEV. CO. 'gWhere Quality 8c Price Meet" Phone: 965-2248 Temple-IH 35 8c Airport Rd. Killeen-3213 E. Rancier Gatesville Texas 76528 139 TEAGUE CAR 8. HOME SUPPLY w 2' :T N. ,ln .S 1:'Wj,N f was . 'L N, ' measure 2 S T 1 JWWW 112 ,,,, ffrfg sz 935 L f'-" Box 186 Moody TCXHS N sf. 3-S 1 -ii .L A 'X Hs A -fx. E T WN f f gy ' MW A gg AUTO PARTS TRACTOR PARTS HARDWARE FISHING TACKLE PIGGLY WIGGLY DISCOUNT FOOD STORE 2909 S General Bruce DYIVC parts Texas 76501 El. CHA CHO 1' -RESTAURANT xas 7 6 5U 3 8. GIFTS Main 773-2194 Texas 7 TEMPLE 6501 Eddy ierson AC7 7: 1 Local Santa Fe Watfh DN JEWELRY F 1rst NHUIOHHI Bank Bldg P1379Hf-as ,Qfexas 7 6501 A A Salifa F6 Watchf5Inspector" 141 TOM KIRK FORD, INC. McGregor Texas 76657 ECONOMY SALES JUSTIN 85 TEXAN BOOTS LEVI HEADQUARTERS Moody QDemin 85 Dressj Texas 76557 "We Build Future" Belton 400 E. Central Texas 76513 QFEDERAL SAVING 85 LOAN ASSOCIATIONQ WHITE'S AUTO RANGES REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS APPLIANCES HARDWARE MOWERS FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS Moody Phone: 853-2264 Texas 76557 LANE'S TOP SHOP AND FURNITURE NEW FURNITURE 8c REPAIRS SEAT COVERS GLASS FINISHED 84 INSTALLED McGregor Phone: 840-3351 Texas 76657 .,,, 3 W HIWAY MACHINERY Box 7738 Waco Texas South I 35 COMPLIMENTS OF TPL 143 ,,f -A "Pi ' x X' H K' IXXX , wg, fi, I W ww dj? wbbfhi no WI A III! ws QI K f AJ il f f IOM l i' r I Gliifm Jh JF! nf Lib? f il , I I K VQHWCU u HUM' W'rf' ff',' ff ' i I I. f ' ixblgmw M MIIW ,Im IU I Mn In 6 JIMU 9 igmiki "SU ' "I, IIF .Emu 'ii 'Inq' Di if W in W MM ,W 'I' III III.. I ""'-'Y 'f A JI an I 1. H If I-ii.. f M 5145 er- -I i iiiIilIi'IIuiiI""'Il1 V Im " W I t If 1 I rx 1 4 if 1 W. 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STATION PHARMACY SERVICE Welfare and PCS prescriptions Welcome 1 l , , Drive-in window service NAP HOT PHOTO SERVICE S S ICE AND PICNIC SUPPLIES Phone: 853-2501 Temple Texas 76501 oody Texas 76557 AI.I.MAN' IRVIN'S VARIETY 5 INSURANCE AGENCY 25 years of service "Your friend after the lossn "Your business is appreciated" Phone: 853-2115 Jack 81 Janice Irvin 853-20 63 Moody Texas 76557 Box 96 Moody Texas 76557 KAMMAN'S WELDING SHOP General Repair Complete line of farm parts 2 miles South of Moody Hwy. 317 my GARLAND BAKER ARCO THOMPSON 3: TIPPIT DEPARTMENT STORE "Clothing for the family '-I-.ff-. -L31 8a Western Wear" Phone 853-2165 Gatesville Texas 76528 Moody Texas 145 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I II THE CHURCH WITH THE OPEN BIBLE, THE OPEN DOOR, WHERE EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY, AND JESUS CHRIST IS BOTH SAVIOR AND LORD PHILIPPTANS 41 I3 eg I9 WHAT D0 YOU SEE? M A R I O N F O R D PASTOR IF MY SERVICE IS NEEDED PLEASE CALL FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OFFICE 853.2166 ' THE ABOVE IS THE ANSWER TO ALI. NIOODY, TEXAS 76557 RES. 853-2263 Mm. E. D. DUTY JOHN A. DUTY 6 6 6 y Owner 8: Operators Aubrey 84 Cora Bell Mayo Phone: 853-2553 Moody Texas Wholesale 81 Retail Howard Fall John Pau DIXIE AUTO PARTS Eddy Texas Wholesale 86 Retail Phone 859-5881 HWY. 84 Phone: 845-3236 McGregor Texas 76657 MAYTAG LAUNDRY WTTE'S FOOD "Elliott's" Wash 20d-25d Dry 104 Pick up and delivery Phone 853-2454 Moody Texas "Where your business IS A. J. appreciated" co' Phone: 845-3464 412 S. Main "Good Building Material" Moody Phone: 853-2154 Texas McGregor Texas A. J. Sebastian Ph. 853-2093 Nita Brashear Ph. 853-2566 147 WANDA'S CAFE Home-Cooked Meals Home-made Pies HENNING'S LUMBER CO. 101 North Main Phone 817-840-2631 Eddy Texas 76524 McGregor Texas 76657 PITTS EXXON DANIEL-HUNDLEY BUICK CO. 27 years in Temple Road Service Buick Sales 81 Service Phone-9382651 206 E. Adams Ave. Troy Texas 76579 Temple Texas 76501 R. T. WALL CASE Farm Equipment Interstate 95 81 190 BOX 3156 Temple Texas 76501 lRENE'S FLOWERS 81 GIFTS COMPLIMENTS OF A Merle Norman Cosmetics FRIEND 148 201 N. Main St. Phone: 840-3772 McGregor Texas 76657 McGREGOR SMEAD MILLING AND GRAIN CO. McGregor South Bosque 81 Manufacturing Co. Oglesby, Texas McGregor Texas 76657 AI.'S SHELL STATION McMULLIN Owner: Albert Furry Highway 84 McGregor Texas 76657 McGregor Texas 76657 McGREGOR MEN'S KAEI.IN'S GRCCERY 84 STORE MARKET 1020 Johnson Drive 31 5 Main Across from Rocketdyne Phone: 840-2856 Phone: 840-2352 McGregor ' Texas 76657 McGregor Texas 76657 AVENUE GLASS CO. 508 E. ADAMS TEMPLE, TEXAS PR 3-2642 Complete Auto Glass Service Largest Stock in This Area Windshields lnstalled While You Wait My FIRST - Slwmas Alml.umAsaoolA11oll Tdlll 'tThe Best Place in the World To Save', GILMORE 8. DAVIS FURNITURE INC. BELTON LIVESTOCK AUCTION "CENTRAL TEXAS FINEST" McGregor Texas 76657 LECHLER GROCERY QT 'av SALE EVERY THURSDAY Phone: 939-5721 Route 4, Box 42 ' , ' Belton Texas 76513 P 'X-' -McGregor, Texas NALER INS. AGENCY INC. ANDERSON'S Ei Established 1895 4 xi- General Fire and Auto . A Jack D. Keltner I IQ Joe D. Paschall Lf., Richard Skipper fav McGregor Texas 76657 412 W' 3rd 840-2821 McGregor, Texas TEMPLE COVER COMPANY 516 E. Adams Temple, Texas 76501 150 AUTO FURNITURE BOATS John Garland, Owner Phone: 778-8369 F' M L , if "' ' W s if-s Gig M il Nv S, X ww- x 1 1 eq..- M3553 F ,, lk? rf V Q K ,.,, em . , CHEVROLET Hamburgers, Malts, Cold drinks Q ,, Sponsoring Driver's Education Car af. I McGregor Texas for Moody High Seliool is llax McGregor Phone 840-3216 Texas Phone: 475-2020 GOLDING TROPHIES Box 37 Lorena Texas 76655 EVELYN'S WESTVIEW MANOR BEAUTY SHOP Darlene Clendening Carolyn Reat L'Complete Beauty Servicew 'Nursing Carea' Moody Texas 76557 McGregor Texas 76657 MANN'S BUILDERS RQ'-LING HILLS COUNTRY CLUB "Complete line of material" Hewitt Texas 76643 Moody Texas 76557 152 MADDUX 8. SCRUGGS A. G. SUPPLY CO. Phone: 853-2175 E Texas 76557 Moody CLEM MIKESKA'S BAR-B-QUE "Texas, Finest Bar-B-QM 57th. at Ave. M Phone: 778-5481 Temple Texas 76501 " FRANK'S LAKEVIEW INN JORDAN'S RESTAURANT and RED AND WHITE new ANCHOR club MFried Chicken to Gow Specializing in sea food Phone: 840-3251 Belton Damsite Phone: 939-5221 Hwy. 74 West Belton Texas 76513 McGregor Texas 76657 McGregor CONNERS SALES Freight Damage Appliances New Sc Used Furniture Texas 76657 COCKRAN, BLAIR, 81 POTTS 6'The Family Storew Belton Texas 76513 153 4 .5 I-V I: r gf 11 u . 4" ' li., HQ f "' 1.-413' .J fu 1 W9 1 F , , ,ff f-ffgz-.-,,4,5,he .-., ATFIADITIDN I APRACTICE I APRDNIIBE 5.II!I!I...Ii CARL SPITZER AUTOMOBILES W. I-Ii.Way 8-4 at Johnson Drive I McGregor Texas 76657 LAKE AIR INTERIOR 1300 Lake Air Drive Resiclental 81 Commercial Custom Drapery Gifts and Carpets OLIVER BROS. AUTOMATIC TRANS SERVICE Transmission for all makes All work Guaranteed Manager: joe Oliver Phone: 778-4901 6 North Third Specialist Temple Texas 76501 Phone: 77 2-3720 Waco Texas UTHE WATCH DGCTORSH Ron 84 Pearlyne's Jewelry Professional jewelers CENTEX HOMES INC. 1 2's-14's Double wides V.A. QNO down paymentj FI-IA 15 yrs. financing Watches, ,, Q S A Killeen McGregor Jewelry, gg, H .. '-'- ' 4308 E. 190 Hwy. 84 , tif 526-8992 840-3711 Diamonds. at 'ill' XN41: an-N: f - 9 ' V YY1 00019 0 2 xv- SMALL wo LD 4 QQ la ' ' y 4 4 4 1,2 Infant wear through Young Juniors 11 2 N. Main 130 North Main Phone: 939-3421 Phone 939-6030 Belton Texas 76513 Belton Texas 76513 MARY HARDIN BAYLOR COLLEGE C0 EDUCATIONAL SINCE 1971 Phone 939-5811 Belton Texas 76513 COMPLIMENTS GF SAM'S DRIVE-IN AND SPRING VALLEY GROCERY 9 D Fl I IW ll U EEN n TRW 'OR 715753911 roon ron HU-W1 "' 35956 ' fff' P fr -- Belton Texas 155 McKAY RICE A- COMPLIMENTS MCKAY RICE, JR. OF ROSEMARY R'CE Bu.L's BARBER SHOP Phone: 853-2011 I SEE US EUR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS Hwy. 317 Moody Texas 76557 Moody T R. R. DANIEI.'S HERRlNGTON'S ,ITE C0 GROCERY 84 MARKET ' Phone: 853-2127 Hwy. 317 5 E Moody T s Moody T COMPLIMENTS OF VANDIVER GIN CC. VANDIVER GRAIN 8: SERVICE STATION Moody Texas 76557 1 .4 fgifm. ,,,,- If f.,ffwfp:ze,afQ2.Vsffmfm.w-fwsffk7mvnwmnf:f,:wwfff:W,sd'MM ,,,,.,. wwffefs Compliments HARPER-TALASEK FUNERAL HOME Killeen-Temple 7 SQUEEZE ON IN SCHIGUTS CAFE DEPARTMENT STORE O B t L 214 E. Central Moody Texas 76557 Belton Texas 76513 COMMUNITY COMPLIMENTS DRIVE-IN Of Phone 853-9194 84 Mrs. joe Guffy Moody Te 76557 Moody 76557 ' ' Q IIS th f' ' ' f -X real tEing. Q.9!2,e- ,QFJEQQQ ak . ' Q S , ,JepQ,,.Q2,i WACO, TEXAS Cox' llllll YOU MWIVS luv U11 U51 'OP ERS Use our Bonus Charge U DISCQU Eli .No lntcrest 'NO Carrymg Charge New 4 convenient Central Texas Locations 6 O Serving Waco for over 14 years Wacg Texas 7 WACO WACO 3400 Franklin 1312 New Road 754-5693 776-2400 BUTCH'S BELLMEAD CLIFTON Eastgate Plaza 621 W. Sth St. RESTAURANT 799-0253 697-8313 702 E. Central - Belton TCXSS LAKE AIR FLOWER 8: GARDEN CCGDELUS WESTVIEW "Designs with a touch of Elegance" Hardware, Houseware, Weddings Gifts, and Sporting Goods Parties We give S8cH Green Stamps Funeral Designs Master Charge Bank Americard , I PhOl'lC 772-2021 Waco, Texas GREEN 'S'1'APv1PS Waco Texas ' 158 FIRST NATICNAL BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. M00dy Texas 76557 CAPERTON BUILDING SYSTEMS Moody Phone: Q817j 853-2621 Avenue F SPRINGBOARD TO ACHIEVEMENT IN EVERY FIELD Space-age education in an ultra-modern setting with a tradition of excellence since 1926. TEMPLE JUNICR CCLLEGE Southern Association of Colleges Association of Texas Colleges and Universities Coordinating Board of Texas Colleges Southern Association of Junior Colleges Texas Public Junior College Association Texas Junior College Association STRATTON'S mg., 800 A Ac Sch 4'Furniture.for Everybody" S r H F C Ph 752 3446 D r GATESVILLE COMMISSION COMPANY Box 247 Gatesville Texas 76528 Phone: 865-6615 865-6105 -ig rfff Efffrs 1 HOLIDAY INN 4-525, CORNER LUNCHROOM I xx 7" VX li' yi! of Hamburgers 85 Hotdogs 1 ' TEMPLE Cold Drinks 84 Candy i in Harry Lane Owned 84 Operated by: I 7 LT, Is your host The Webbs Across from school Q. ...I-. K. TH! NATION S , muxzzrzn Effrinitv f',.f-Quinta . '1'71"' Bill McCaffrey C.T.A.S.A.P. Mr. 81 Mrs. Layton Garner Garrett Music, McGregor, Texas Mr. 85 Mrs. G. E. Cook Evers' Drug Store, McGregor, Texas Charcos in McGregor McGregor Clinic Lorena General Store Gene Klein Robert Talley-Youth Center The Village Shoppe, McGregor Congratulations Seniors- Mrs. Mary Henderson Dr. Ellis G. Marshall Chadrick Henderson- Doris' Beauty Shop li, Kindergarten H74-75" Mr. 84 Mrs. Ivy Goode L Moody Annual Staff .,, 1 7 S 163 Epilogue As we reach the end of another bridge in lifeg We look not to the past less memory trap us . . . Not to the future, for it is not for us to see . . . But to this time, this day, this yearg For it was given to us to live. Groundbreaking for the new Moody Medical Clinic. Mrs. Mary Moody Northen with the first shovelful of dirt. Elementary teachers honored their principal, Gene Knutson, on his birthday. Gail Hatter helps check corsages for homecoming, sold by Beta Club. 6 QB: ,, M fm. 'I i ' ,g 1. Junior- Senior banquet is a ma- jor project ofthe junior class. 2 85 3. City and board campaign speeches drew a crowd on city streets. 4. 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