Moore High School - Lion Yearbook (Waco, TX)

 - Class of 1959

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gl 4 .I fi -! 4 5 r S1 . i I, if L J, ia E T TI 1 J ll yn 'I 4. .3 'v u . ey il W W WI' H I QT gy H3 M 3 if I 2 J' .1 I Q, 1 it l ii 25 rv Fl V1 'F E E 1. NI J 1 '1 It I1 1 'r vi O G U I Au 4 9. E. V r ,I L E2 11 :J 11 V 6 ul' hs Q-QW h. HE 44 LION Published by the SENIOR CLASS of MOORE HIGH SCHOOL Waco, Texas CONTENTS ADMINIST RATION FACULTY SENIORS IUNIORS SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN FA VORIT ES ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS A THLET ICS ADVERTISERS EDUCATION me STAIRWAY TO SUCCESS ENGINEERING MEDICINE LAW DEDICA TION We, the students of Moore High School, dedicate the 1959 edition of The Lion to our Mathematics Teacher, Mrs. O. E. White, in' appreciation of the loyalty and tolerance that she has shown during our high school years. Mrs. White is one who has high ideals for better things in life,- and has worked diligently to pass these ideals on to our class. Mrs. White, memories of you will al- ways be an inspiration to our class to reach toward a noble way of life. EDITORIAL STAFF MESSAGE Editorial staff Message The Editorial Staff, along with the Senior Class, gladly presents this edi- tion ofthe 1959 Lion. We feel that this year's staff has acquired a thorough knowledge of salesmanship and relationship with the people of the school and the community through student-student relationship, student-teacher relation- ship, and student-community relationship. We wish to express our sincere appreciation to the advertisers whose adver- tiwments appear in our yearbook. We are also grateful to our faculty sponsors who have worked earnestly to encourage our efforts in producing this annual. This year's staff sincerely believes that "Education is the Stairway to Success." .,.f .- fax 1 Q- X - f V6 -ix Q ,far A fpl g 3 , ' 1' f GE 1959 fn- , A W: 4 ' - flff ' , 'ISK ANNUAL srAFF Winn L - '- 212 1 'V' 'YL , lr. rw f I L .. "Ti 1 -"J Ju V' ilu: -1' ,Qu id' ,M I 'U?xErIfIiIf.,.5:: ,L J- A-1, f , -- J' . . ----- ,ri rg 1 .. WI", .M-"5L'.g-Q Kin.-Q-fF,.'.' "" ff- -rg PE N .Aan-'if-1h.liEnL'f " ' -Jam "1" f- ' ' F is F I i l I' . 1 IL. Editorial Staff sports Edimrs Advertising SHIRLEY HOWARD EDDIE JACKSON I0 ANN RIVERS VICTOR BILTON HAROLD STANLEY HEI-ENE BONNER ALLEN STEWART VALERIE THOMPSON Cartoonists PATSY FLOYD Business Managers EVELYN HAMILTON HELEN PORTER THOMAS EARL COOK L. T. DUFFEY EVELYN LEE CARL WILLIAMS Treasurer Typist Feature Editors ELLA PEARL HARRIS ANNIE VIVIAN COSEY VON WYNNE RICHARDS GWENDOLYN COLBERT Photographers EARLIE WILLIAMS Circulation Manager LAWRENCE WILLIAMS HERTHA BLACK L FACULTY MRS. J. M. GRAHAM, Chairman MRS. L. H. WILKINS MR. W. R. GERALD MRS. M. B. PRYOR w ' ' . i, R W. .N X R ,. -' Ri uf s If MRS. F. W. WEBSTER MR. G. P. STEWART MISS C. M. HARRIS Q R ADMINISTRATION e woe 0 The qzullity of mercy is not .ftrainedg It droppeth, ay the gentle min from heaven 'Upon the place beneatlag it if twire bleffd - It blesfezln him that gives, and that takes. SHAKESPEARE SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE MESSAGE THE MOORE HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS OF 1959 The Moore High School seniors of 1959 are to be congratulated for having realized that education is necessary in life, now and in the future. Some un- thinking persons have thought that educational preparation is not a prerequisite for success but that fortune will take care of the favored. They have not real- ized that good fortune results from the meeting of opportunity with educational preparation. There is no doubt that you will find, as have so many other grad- uates of Moore High School, that education is truly the stairway to success. May your steps be ever upward and unfaltering. AVERY R. DOWNING Superintendent BOARD OF EDUCATION FRONT ROW: Mr. T. Champ Fitzhugh Dr. T. L. Husbands SECOND ROW: Mr. C. V. Anderson Mr. Abner McCall Dr. Tom Oliver Mr. Peeler Williams, Jr. Mr. W. E. Darden Mr. J. E. Crews Mr. A. R. Downing, Superintendent O I 's 0'. 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'ly l X Nianyhours oi worlsheye been lo ged by the M S I W advisers and members of the staff duringthe past ly 1 few months. Adverrisements have been solic- 'l ited, pictures have been taken by the scores and NH many reams of materialhaye been written. Much oi it has been encouched in this publication. . . H some oi it has been discarded and cast aside. l i The end product, the 1959 Lion, is the pearl that y X is found in an unassuming oyster. 1 Congratulations are extendedto the parents, te achers, and students who have labored so might- ily during this school year. ' .g.,429 . ..r-f,-'4s:?- iff? .,V:,g:1, . s - -,L-Z.5f'. 5 :. ' . 1 . ' . . -gn, - :vw ' 1 '.' 'NJ 'F'- .'-:"b71' . A fLii3k"l':ft5'i no ' ,rxeqfm af.,--. . . , ,- rf:-56' '- 'fffE:"'.b1f"'W - T S ' -A . -V,-, . Q.f.L..g. '-M . 1 P ' j',.g'1x'-vI'f .JP .,f --JF .1',,--, -2 , 5 ,lu . ..-,-.-, , -4, - .,.2i'u-..v4.- ..,..., A uf- ., Amr.,-.sl . ' . if frrf . .,,-' 3,-3 X what . 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May the seniors who are to graduate this year set your own stand- ards high and continue your education with the thought of service to your community and country. Do not forget those whose help and en- couragement have brought you thus far. Prove to your parents, church,A and school that you have that determination, courage, and initiative required to meet the challenge of success in your era. W. R. GERALD Assistant Principal IZWQ 0 ,f,cf' J H LE A 5 'r -x 1v"" MR. P. R. MAILSNE TEACHERS OFFICE l."'l - 11:2 . PERSONNEL MRS. V- J- RITCHERSON B.A. III I V l I ,ff S 4 .-I , I ,. .5 ! I r i I 1 I . N A f' G MR. M. . Honcns 4? 1 N Mus. B. cl PEOPLES HN - , 4 ' W1"1"'L,f HJ MISS EVELYN J. MILLER B s A o o .B. CAFETERIA PERSONNEL AT WORK 'wx 5 X R f - i. :jr- as-V SCHOOL LIBRARY The school educational arsenal of over 8000 vol- umes and 65 periodicals. Not a luxury - but a necessity. "Wake up and read" - Reading makes a ready man - try it. i s- ' efwrr- -W i 1 , , k 4 'm""f- YI 11- ' ' T I Y.-.M r V ,L qi 1, . 'P Q.. l f ' 1 l 'a f r -r e -4- l H ,-.5-Us . , ' H , .H . K , ,- x'v-M -:fir .IE,f"f51' -.- W- ,x 11-L-1 .im mu- Tw, ' . -' ?i'5.w-1"- " A ?,j..,- -- '71 :Q N. E . , A 1 I dare do all that may become nz mm, H7270 dafes do more, zs none uw ., w , 1,...- ' 'n1':2j'.f':'- -,-, gg, '4 l Lg.1f25L:j:' 'i2'gujy7. -' jf:-1, " mi ' 'SU iiziiwizfi Ml11f'ff:'5' .rdf fer: V.,-nr- 53,11 .,,.14-.M A Qifdf-LF-1922-':2?ff.:if Alf 'V' TJQITIQ C"L'.fJi1-.TLV Q.,-JL f-9+-Tfie' -15 ,V ', ' ' f" ', ,T Q,-:"'f.3 " 'Le1g.'. 2153119 ' 'iaiffiii -5'-Q' 'Q wzfwe swi-1 am ,L'f,.f'- ' 7"x1'i,At ' f':."i- 'F-4: :ruff f Agp 4.3,,'z,f?,. 5,65 -A f,:?f'-,, . .fi.:. " :T-f.: 1 Ex 'bfi -71' '-. .hi '-JJEQE' '- flfli . -'w -N - -"- if-Ev 1 u , ,Z .4 A Y - U, .4Fn.,.,v- ,qv.,'?:j , -,iq an .. , M , ., . , , rtiuw, J M .. I . fm Q MR. W. R. GERALD, SR. B.S. MRS. FREDERICA WEBSTER A . B. Iv MRS. L. H. WILKINS AB B ff , 1 A R Y MISS E. O. KING B.S., B L S M.L.S. A ENGLISH 4 R x, nu .X "A v,:,-w F I MRS. M. B. PRYOR - Chairman M.Ed. MR. RICHARD H. HARDMAN B.S. MISS CASSIE M. HARRIS M.A. MRS. I. L. TOLIVER M.Ed. MR. LEON L. LEONARD A.B., B.F.A. DEPARTMENT N n 1 MISS EMMA L. JOHNSON MISS LOU ELLA BROOK MRS. CORINNE B. BOLIN B.A., M.A. ':..,' :QQ -1 ,Y TM 'x .nipfhu X' w, L A.B. .-L11 QJFH5 ,H I if-!,"'llifrJ S A B ff ,f!,g. MRS. M. C. BROWN A.B., M.Ed. , 9: 5' ff Q 0 X ' ,M ,,,,,4U,,,, ff! , 1 , Nuff 4'Gf1!., f"f'r ,ff f , 'f.f , X!! f,l', Q ' fn , 31221 MRS. M. L. GORDON MR. L. F. CHANEY A.B., B.D. , M.S.Ed. 411 MR. ACIE J- HATCHETT B.S. D E P A R R 1' M E N T X I 1 , . i f I M X Y I 1 IH, if , ay I, MRS. A. I. DEBOSE MRS. OMETA PORTER WHITE M.A. MR. MA URICE DAWSON A,B, B.S. W ' R , X MR. C. O. JONES, Chairman B.Sc., M.A. SCIENCE DEPATMENT MR. S. E. DICKEY MR. SAMUEL A. FORNEY B.S. B.S. H MILLER YANCY B A M Sc Ed M Mus Chalrman 4 mm DILLARD WARNER B A B S M MUS Ed D N ROWE AB l 1 A Y gg A A 5 1 1, Q43 1 .X . I V A i I ,,,,, L . ' ' B..S. ij! I H D O E M P E A M R A T K .c'QQ'f', I M 3 7 N raw?-gg, N ", 11 ff: G 4.1 Il ulif Y . T MRS. IEWELL M. GRAHAM, M.S. -Chairman .ix ' ig' - J . ff 54 -ng ig MRS M L MCMILLAN MRS. VIRGIL E. LANE MRS. E. L. MUCKER B.S. f J if Vu 1 w n w 4 " 1 N 1 w 1 w 1 n Y .1 . EDUCATIONAL oo 9 ,. ,609 Q14, lx 6' R f .35 MR. W. O. DAVIS M.S. MR. G. P. STEWART - Chairrnan if, 6 W T1 Aix MR. ROBERT D. OUTLAND B.S. MR F A MOSELEY web LX' . " 7' llxi if ., I'- MRS L R BROWN MRS. V. L. DEVER A.B. SOCIAL STUDIES S L WILBURN M WAYMAN T DEVER Chairman B M M Sc ERIC H. HOOKE A-B., B.D. R .. :fx MQ ,"Q'f,pF N 75 P ff? S I C A I. In MR. L. H. RITCHERSON ,s FS? MRS. E. E. WISE . Q 5 ' K A I X O, I MR. -VERNON HICKS B.S. MISS V. O. JOHNSON B.S Q O22 CORE MRS T F ARNOLD Chairman Zum i , 1 I 2 .gapi- 42 W Mas. D. F. sToNE B.s., M.s.Ed. , TEACHERS PNA: MRS. V. E. MAIONE B.S., M.S. MISS M. D. RITCHERSON A.B., M.Ed. FACULTY IN-SERVICE WORKSHOP Moore High faculty presents departmental demonstrations monthly for professional growth. SENIOR S Aff - ' f-:L NANCY LAVERNE ALLEN NHA 1 Year Y-Teen 1 Year Characteristic: Modest EMMA LEE BALLARD Industrial Art Club Elm-Wood Y-Teen J. A. Kirk Chorus Dramatic Art Club Characteristic: Curious PATRICIA BAREFIELD Highlight staff 2 Years J. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Majorette 3 Years Debating Team 3 Years President Characteristic: Fili- bustering BERNICE BELCHER NHA Y-Teen Pep Squad Characteristic: Helpful VICTOR BILT ON Student Council President Band 4 Years, Captain Modern Music Masters President Characteristic: Business- like HERTHA ELIZABETH BLACK Basketball 3 Years Honor Society 2 112 Years Student Council 2 Years Characteristic: Humorous MARTHA HELENE BONNER Y-Teens 2 Years NHA 2 Years Majorette 4 Years Characteristic: Intellectual :ly ' -N 7b ?-'ff . IL ' fluff: "'r T V , QT , .. 1 W ., 4, SYLVESTER BRADSHAW Industrial Arts 1 Year I. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Characteristic: Shy LULA JAYNETT BRISCO Y-Teens 2 Years Chorus 3 Years Highlight Staff 1 112 Characteristic: Curious JERRY BROWN NF A Characteristic: Pessimistic GWENDOLYN GLORIA COLBERT Majorette 4 Years Chorus 6 Years Dramatic Arts 3 Years Characteristic: Talented HERBERT COLLINS NFA 1 Year ICT 1 Year Industrial Arts 2 Years Characteristic: Neatness ,.- THOMAS EARL COOK Band 4 Years Chorus 3 Years Student Council 1 Characteristic: Fili- bustering ANN VIVIAN COSEY Majorette 3 Years Debating 3 Years J. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Honor Society 2 112 Years Characteristic: Tactfulness ALVERTA COX Dramatic Arts 2 Years Y-Teens 2 Years J. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Characteristic: Sincere CALVIN DAVIS Industrial Arts Club Characteristic: Pessimistic DORIS JEAN DECKARD Camp Fire 1 Year Drill Corps 1 Year Industrial Arts 1 Year Characteristic: Cheerful .13- l rn P-.Q L. T. DUFFEY Hall Patrol - Cafeteria Patrol Glee Club Characteristic: Artistic MARGARET DENNIS Drill Corps 2 Years Chorus Characteristic: Curious VERALYN CARROL EARL Industrial Arts 1 Year Y-Teens 2 Years Drill 1 Year Characteristic: Humorous CHRYSTELL EMERSON Y-Teens 2 Years NHA 1 Year Camera Club 1 Year Characteristic: Modest IENNIE ETHEL EMERSON Y-Teens 1 Year Drill 2 Years Student Council 1 Year Characteristic: Pessi- mistic ALVIN FARMER Football Baseball Characteristic: Shy PATSY FLOYD Chorus 2 Years Band 1 Year Y-Teens 2 Years Characteristic: Talented BILLIE FREEMAN Y-Teen 3 Years Etiquette 1 Year Characteristic: Filibuster- ing ESTHER FULBRIGHT NHA 2 Years Journalism 1112 Years Y-Teen 1 Year Student Council 1 Year Characteristic: Cheerful LEO GREEN Industrial Arts 1 Year Characteristic: Shy MERLENE GREEN NHA Industrial Arts Characteristic: Curious LONNIE GUNN Characteristic: Bashful EVELYN VENITA HAMILTON Industrial Arts 1 Year Characteristic: Modest ELLA PEARL HARRIS National Honor Society 3 Years NHA 4 Years Pep Squad 3 Years Annual Staff Characteristic: Studious BOBBY HICKS Q Football 2 Years f Baseball 3 Years I f Characteristic: Fili- busterin g JAMES D. HOLDER Industrial Arts Club 3 Years Camera Club 1 Year Student Council 1 Year Characteristic: Curious SHIRLEY ANN HOWARD Horizon 1 Year J. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Drill Corps 4 Years Characteristic: Dependable LAVERN HUDLIN Y-Teen Club 1 Year Basketball 3 Years Characteristic: Athletic ALTON JACKSON Football 2 Years Baseball 1 Year Characteristic: Athletic i--V, , ---71M -- ' , url , I H.- R DEREE CHARLIE IOHNSON Industrial Arts Student Council New Mechanics Club Characteristic: Curious HERMAN JOHNSON JR. Hi-Y Student Council Characteristic: Dependable IDA MARIE JOHNSON Y-Teen 4 Years Chorus 1 Year Etiquette Club 1 Year Characteristic: Cheerful I JOHN JONES Band 2 Years Characteristic: Optimistic LAVANAH KING Industrial Arts Club Characteristic: Cheerful BOBBY JOSEPH LAYMON Student Council Hall Patrol Highlight Qliditorj Senior Hi-Y Characteristic: De- pendable EVELYN O'DEAN LEE NHA 4 Years Y-Teen 3 Years Pep Squad 2 Years Highlight Staff 2 Years Characteristic: Likeable CLIFTON LEWIS JR. I-Ii-Y 1 Year Gray-Y 2 Years Football 1 Year Characteristic: Filibuster ing JAMES CURTIS MAYS Industrial Arts Club 1 Year Characteristic: Shy WILLIE KATHERYN MINOR Industrial Arts Club Journalism Characteristic: Curious MELVIN MOLLETT Characteristic: Help- ful WA RDELL MONTGOMERY NFA President Industrial Arts Characteristic: HUE MORROW Basketball Baseball Characteristic: Humorous Athletic HAROLD NELSON Moore Highlight Staff Football Track Basketball J. A. Kirk Chorus Characteristic: Humorous JIMMY NICHOLS Industrial Arts 1 Year Characteristic: Filibuster- ing k ,TV FREDDIE PERKINS Y-Teen 2 Years Horizon 1 Year Inclusuial Arts Characteristic: Cour teous AARON PHILLIPS Industrial Arts Club Track ICT Club Characteristic: Athletic HELEN JEWEL PORTER Y-Teen 2 Years NHA 2 Years Highlight Staff 2 Years Characteristic: Talkative LAURA PORTER Pep Squad Characteristic: Kindness ALBERT LOWELL PRA THER ICT Art Characteristic: Artistic 'Vx .lv . ,,. ,u Q, A lrg' - .' Ag,'TT't T 4 - lcil .IF ull." r"' ' 11 l . .lf Ny. , itz!! ,V 1 . if - . . ' ,Wy--.:' 1 1 I 'Ulu , 1 :-. l W, . , L., , 1 "l" Tl I l l l .,, ,.1 .14 9 -IJ-1 J. um, :fm .rt l lv. -. 2 'F U VON WYNNE RICHARDS Highlight staff 1 Year Ma jorette 3 Years Annual Staff I. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Characteristic: Person- ality-Plus IO ANN RIVERS NI-IA Y-Teen Industrial Arts Chorus Characteristic: Dignified GRA CIE ROBINSON Drill Basketball Track Characteristic: Athletic EUGENE SMITH Industrial Arts Club Characteristic: Filibustering WILLIE ROY SMITH Industrial Arts 1 Year Cafeteria Patrol 1 Year ICT 1 Year Characteristic: Helpful HAROLD EUGENE STANLEY Football 2 Years NFA 3 Years Camera Club 1 Year Highlight Staffil Year Characteristic: Athletic ALLEN STEWART National Honor Society Student Council Vice President Sehior Class Characteristic: Intellectual JOE ROBERT TAYLOR Band 4 Years ICT 2 Years Student Council 2 Years Characteristic: Indolent but Talented ALFRED TENNYSON 5 Track Football Characteristic: Athletic ALICE MARIE TERRY Pep Squad 2 Years Highlight Staff 1 Year Dramatics Art Club 2 Years J. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Characteristic: Dramatic iii? J .,, ' Zz VA LERIE THOMPSON Drill Corps 3 Years Industrial Arts 1 Year Track 1 Year Basketball 2 Years Characteristic: Sophis- ticated BURNER JEAN TYRONE NHA Pep Squad Industrial Arts Club Lions Sweetheart 1957-'58 Characteristic: Dependable IRA JOE VOSS Characteristic: Pessimistic EDGAR LEE WEAVER Chorus 3 Years Glee Club Dramatics Characteristic: Musical WILLIE WHITE Football Track Characteristic: Athletic MAYO WHITTLEY Football 3 Years CARL WILLIAMS Senior Class President Student Council 2 Years J. A. Kirk Chorus 2 Years Band 4 Years Characteristic: Dignified EARLIE WILLIAMS Highlight Staff 1 Year Band 4 Years J. A. Kirk Chorus 1 Year Student Council 1 Year Characteristic: Popular Characteristic: Athletic EVELYN MARIE WILLIAMS Y-Teen Art Club A. I. Kirk Chorus Characteristic: Curious ELIZA DEAN WILLIAMS Band 4 Years Chorus 2 Years Camera Club 2 Years Industrial Arts 1 Year Characteristic: Curious .. ...'.::!.Qj i 'j' ,A e"i 17 V A I -M:l "j4u' It I I ., egg-Mir, ix g E 'I 1 A -nb NG! . - 1' l nwprwr lf 1: rl ' , lv 'H , ww ' Q-IH A' ' ,RHQTQ ' I '-Not',AvqilqlgIex ' ,Q l A HENRY PA UL WILLIAMS V 5 Industrial Arts fi Track F Basketball Characteristic: Fili- buster LAWRENCE CHRIS WILLIAMS Student Council Industrial Arts Characteristic: Helpful SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ---- - CARL WILLIAMS Vice President - - - - ALLEN STEWART Secretary ------ - ANNIE COSEY Assistant Secretary - - - -HERTHA BLACK Treasurer ------ - - ELLA HARRIS Chaplain - - - - - ALICE TERRY MOTTO "Not Quantity but Quality" FLOWER - - ------ Carnation COLORS - - - - Peach Tan and Blue K 1 111 1 1 ",1 111 11 1' 1 115 1 1 W 1 1 11111111 11 "1' 11 11111111-, 11111111111111 11 1 111111111111 1111 1 1111111111111111111 1- 1 '11' 111 111'111'111 1111111111l111'11 , 1 11 1111 1 11111111 ' 11 ' ' 1 "1111'1111 1 1111111111111 11 1111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111'111 11111! 1"1'1111 11111 ' 1111111 1111 1 11 ,11"1111111111111111'1N111111111111M111 11 11 1 11 1 11 '11 111 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 11 1'11 1 1 I1 11 11 1 '1 11.1 1 11'1 1 ...111 111 111 111' 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 "1 1' 111 11 1' ' 11 1 1111111111111' 1111111 111 11 11 '11111111 11111 1 11 1111 1111 1 1 111 1111111111 1 11 11111111 1 11 1 111LU 1 V111 :1111 , 11 111 1 11 111 11 1 111111 1 " H 1 11 1111111 1 111 11111111 111 1,1 1 HWW111 11111111111 1111111111311 -1 "L 1l V11 111111111111111 1 '1'1 1111111111111111111f'11111 1 1 1 1 1111 1 11111 111111111111 1 . 111 111111111 11 '1111 11 11 11 1 11111 - 111 111111 11 1111111111111 1111 1111.111,111" 11111 11'11111111111111111111111 111 11 111111 11111111111111 1 11 111 1111 11 1"' 1111 1' 11 1.1 1 11 1 1 11111. 1 1',1111111, 11 :1 11 111 111 1111 111111 111111 111111 . :111 113' ' 1 11111 1 1 111 11111 11111 111w11Q11 1" ' 111111 1111111 1111M111111111 11 111111111111111111111m. 1m 1111 1111111111 1 11111111 1111111111111111 1 111111- 111 1 I 11 1111 1 1'1"'11"1"' 1 1"11 1111 1 g11' 111111111111 1l'111"1 1111 11 1111111111 1111 111111 11" 1 11 111 1 111111111 11 11 11 1111111 11 111 '11 11 11111 111111 11111 11111111121 1111 11' UNIORS A 1 11 114111' '3"1..11111"1111111111 ' ' 11111'1111 11111111 .1111 111 111 1111111 "1'11111 1 1111 1 1 111, 11111 1111 111111 '11 11, " H '1 1 1 1 1 '1" "111 1 1 1 1 1111111111 "'1111'1 1 1'1'11111111W111111111111111111'1'111'1 11'1111 111111'111 1 11, 1111 11 11 1 ---1 1 1 1M1w11W11 1, 1 wb 1111fN'11 'W 1 ' 11 11 1111 1 1 , 11111 - ' ' ' "" ' 11111 111111111111'111,111111 1 1111 111111'1 111 , ' 111 1,111 1111111 11 111111l111"' 1'1111111"111111"'11111111"1111 11 " ' 111 11 ""'11'1 1 '1111 " 1'111111'1 1 1 1'11111 '1111' 1 1' 11111" 11111111 ' ' 1' 11 41111111 11111111 1 1111 111 111111111111 11 111111131'1QQ1'1"'111 n1 11 11 1111111 111i 111 1 'H f' Q E OLIVETTE BONNER I1 v! F F IUANITA BARNES GENEVA BRAWSHAW SHIRLEY BURLEY ROSIE CA LDWELL HENRIETTE ALEXANDER BILLIE BENNS LUVIRIE BIRDINE ROBERT BLAKE l Jii HOW ARD BONNER JEWEL GLENN AARON GRAHAM TRAVIS GREGORY GRACIE HEIGHT ELSIE HENRY FREDDIE CAVAN ALL IRENE CRAIN FREDDIE ESCO SHIRLEY FOWARD ROBERT GILBERT MARY KIRKPATRICK ALLEN KUYKENDALL DOROTHY KUYKENDALL FRANCES LEE ' LILLIAN HICKS VELMA JACKSON ESTHER JOHNSON LEE HELEN JOHNSON BILLY CHEW SALLY JONES DOUGLAS KING THOMAS MONTGOMERY YVONNE MORRIS EDNA NICHOLS JOE PRATHER GLENN MAXWELL OZELMA MAXWELL BISHOP MAYS MARY MCBRIDE BETTY WATKINS ELSIE MCDONALD MINNIE MEEKS F E l a BETTYE TUCKER UNIE TYRONE HELEN WESTBROOK V' S W CLIFTON WHEATLY EVELYN WILLIAMS BOBBY PRICE IOHNNIE ROBINSON LOLA ROBINSON MELVIN RUSSELL IULIUS SHAW MELBA SPRATT WILLIAM TOLIVER ' v o P H ,W ORES N 1. I Teddy Armstrong Lovie Bell Shirley Bowers Linda Brawshaw l Maragaret Brown Richard Browning Ethel Curtis Donald DeGrate Lavonne Erby Charlie Green Jessie Hicks Patsy Hill for -. 1 I Nancy Howard Willie Hubert ,n . sl 'w Y , Louie Hunt Sandra Johnson Beverly Lee Ruby Lee Samuel Litt1eJohn Emma Mannings A 1'- 1 .- V ,. I I X . I Q , Linda Mathis Alfred McLennan n 0 Ernestine Miles Jimmie M088 .AMY Y Annie Oliver Laura Peavy Yvonne Reed Marva Scott Hubert Smith Doris Tucker Ollie Vincent Clifton Watkins Gloria Whitfield Johnnie Woods Eleanor Rowe 1 ? 4 S A 9 1 2g',,, J - - if -52 1 , ., Q P2 w -3- .. 1 ' l .. .,. , His life was gentle, and the elements S0 mixed in him, that Nature might stand np, 'And way tal world, 'Tlais was ua manl' E ll ' l SHAKESPEARE 'W Tl A, -,-.gn -.' lf'-1:'f-5 15 " .1- 1.w.1"',, 4:51. E. ' if-1. "1 , YJEYVS'-A ,vi-,Y Y, . ff ,. rf Q - , A -N wr. ,H ' -V -4. ...Vg JJ. V lf N' ,945-'2, ep xlgfl? l f ffzh , H rjj ijijlin- . 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V l l Y 'l Samuel Stewart Kay Taplin Shirley Tinsley W i r rw my Shirley Watkins Herbert Weakly Sherbert Weakly Hr W it un ,I 'S W ' - it Nbiggfiuiiiiblg' A l Annie Williams Kathe Wilson , I If if V! Ta- ,: Dorothy Stewart Melvin Truesdale Ina Webster A r I A ,, PU919' N91 1 IQQQQN'-55'-E if 5 -nfwi-if 2 is slaeg 9551514 grace dzbi lend leer, jaziglzi admired be. Ez? T T119 i5 fai1'.7 Ziffey with kindness. if SHAKESPEARE 5 if,-E Qi-,ssiffg Z .' Y, -Y, ,.-'Q , , -, ,, Qi , - 5 655 - ? , 4. 'Q QM E V , :AL f RPN . 5 ' wllf H3 as Wm W .Q 'gf iw --- Hr U A i ..,,.w:- -. V,:, .1-'. V . V, gr A X . Y . ., . 'Ui I.. w . M .,, , I .. L yf"'1.j , , "'-' 4 , 1 ,rg N g .X . , ' n vu I A ,..,, 1 Un.-I .-:PM Q. .--mx 'HO L -5 Lbiti ,J-f-' .Q-,'aQ,Y MY FA IR LADY Valene Thompson A12 MR. WONDERFUL SY lvester Bradshaw Jo Ann Rivers MISS REFINED .!. ffl CONGENIA LITY Herbert Collms 1 1-ff i' w . ,il ' -, Wn, -'v -5"" .A v . -- wd- - M -.d u 4 ia Q " 's Q :-Y ,., MOORFS GUY Junmy Irvm WA sp, ?' 1- n, ,.., ,,.,,,,,A, gx ,. ,.,. . P .M ,.,",+ ,L 'ah . 1-gp 1 s A . 3 nf ..- "F if-5'-.v4. J' .1-if ,Y w, -- al 1,?:jV u ., , ,:,,,V,: fi.. . , -f.,-E1--1..-. 1 www- ?T:-yq-W U : 1 Aw 4, . 1 5 A w -A , 41: . iw, A Y- . : Swmwj ' ' : .fi-,fi - -2.xf,,- . W awe, ,, M. 1 Vi g ' , 1 ' 1 mn , : ww . , ik wmsvz, - . 1552 way - , - my 1 :Zia-" i if 5 1 iiibif - W, :QL w 2 M , w "I :B-2 1 5 i 1 I G - v W M .N , j I on-. .Y -- Ax I,.r..- .A .-..,,..,, fn MH seem . I , , 1 5 3 Y I . . . 0' -as 1 . gg l .1 F' Sm 5' , f 1 , 1231 " 'Q V ' ,L q 'fx EP' " W - 43. is .Q X22 up ' ! ,- nv lg? . 1 4 A -. av 9 i-is Q fl!" i l jif5"""' N '-- if ll ,I MISS INTELLECTUAL , N , 'MN Ella Harris -f" 'i"g.i,, ILL 'gTg-Y I ' ' K 2 , PM fu 452: M , ggng- ls J- 'gm . ' , if 'mimi 12225252 ima? ' Q-A 1 Qi, -'.g, :EMR Sgfmfi 1 is, -, I H. 1 5 Y , 1 , it Q v X x my I - . -4 V555 auf?- ,Q .... lg . g, P W Y K W THE EXECUTIVE ' Allen Stew all l 'x : Y Z 1? ' g Top: Willie Jefferson Bettye Tucker MOST HANDSOME, MOST ATTRACTIVE Middle: Howard Bonner Yvonne Morris MOST COURTEOUS BOY AND GIRL Bottom: Robert Gilbert Mary McBride MOST STUDIOUS BOY AND GIRL JUNIOR F A V O R I T E S , , lf Top: Sandra Johnson Louie Hunt MOST ATTRACTIVE, MOST HANDSOME Middle: Joel Talton Emma Mannings MOST STUDIOUS BOY AND GIRL Bottom: Richard Browning Yvonne Reed MOST COURTEOUS BOY AND GIRL I I W Y "T . U . SOPHOMORE F A V O R I T E S I' 'avi , -.. Y . 1' I 1- , - - '. . I , . FRESHMAN F A V O R I T E MOST ATTRACTIVE AND MOST HANDSOME Joyce Hall James Pryor MOST STUDIOUS BOY AND GIRL Dwayne Bilton Delzie Clay MOST POLITE GIRL AND BOY Isabella Hicks Roy Perry S 42426 the green laollyg Hbigb-bo! sing loeigla-loo! unto Moy! ffiemifbip is feigning, mo!! 4. ' Q E Fir ' 5 I . .ql M. iff U loving mere folly: ' Tlaeh, laeigb-190, the holly! This life is maxi jolly!! E, .q K. '4' ?Q59,rW, I SHAKESPEARE 1 :rl-Qwa ff' .1. 1:1.kQ".W' ."'i , E ,, ' ' gl ' H,A,i!,Q"L,L!1L,g '..mtu-U: L gn HER MAJESTY QUEEN FRANCIS LEE HIS MAJESTY KING DOUGLAS KING HER MAJESTY QUEEN DAISY BELL ff 55" 'gi ..-. A 55" ' 4 'rf' , '1 , 1 HIS MAJESTY KING CHARLIE GREEN LION 'S SWEETHEART Miss Lola Robinson - ESCORT, Douglas King HOMECOMING SWEETHEART RUNNER-UP J':'.1 Miss Von Richards - ESCORT, Victor Bilton 1' 'X BAND SWEETHEART Miss Betty Watkins - ESCORT, Thomas Cook BAND SWEETHEART RUNNER-UP Miss Sallie Jones - ESCORT, Carl Williams SWEETHEARTS-ON-PARADE Sweethearts and Runners-Ups Attendants to Sweetheart ,Q N, ,ff P t E1a1neRe1d BABY CONTEST WINNER I 958-59 R "1 if-A l Q, ul. Top: SENIOR HIGH Miss Frances Lee Middle: JUNIOR HIGH Miss Dorothy Stewart Bottom: JUNIOR HIGH AND SENIOR HIGH VALENTINE SWEET!-IEARTS VALENTINE SCQQY-5 P o To A 0 HIGHLIGHTS Moore High School retired teachers and P. T.A. members who received recognition for the year are left to right: Mrs. V. L. Dever, Mr. Ennis Mitchell, Mrs. G. L. Browning, Miss N. R. Cobb, and Mrs. Dovie Harris. Standing is Mrs. Vida L. Prather, President. mv Other retired teachers honored but not on picture were Mrs. P. A. Talton, Mrs. L. S. Jackson, and Mrs. B. E. Clark. Bottom: Scene From Calendar Tea. CRGANIZATIONS MOORE HIGH BAND X152 .L I . -.. H- 1 I I . K. HQ, . I , -L, 'Y HMJ1' r'..,f"T?L ' ,gm . l 1 ' NN ' ' X W Q we 9 my ii? X . . Z -inf- , 2" iw .fi will , DD g,, D MR. D. N. ROWE -------- Director MR. A. HATCHETT - - - - - - - Assistant LINDA MATHIS ----- VICTOR BILTON - - - Drum Ma jorette ------captain f g 4 X ,-3-.gffxgdk ,J Y OUR FAREWELL STEP These vivacious young high stepping ma joreftes have superbly led the Moore High School Band for six years. From left to right they are: Martha Helene Bonner, Gwendolyn Glo- ria Colbert, Von Wynne Richards fCaptainj, and Annie Vivian Cosey. X PW , .3 rw W DRILL CORPS DRILL CORPS LEE HELEN JOHNSON -------- Student Leader MRS. LOYCE H. WILKINS --------- Sponsor MISS VANDOLYN O. JOHNSON ------ Assistant iy 3 c 2 gxxg dw? , TWIRLERS f if --'ze H I. Q, , X E-4 J, xii! '71 ,A W D . , df- 'l'."'I Q '-.QM -1 'J .?A.':?",- ' "- ', " di.:-uni' - 1 -. -1-' - ,- . V MARGARET BROWN ---- - - - Student Leader MRS. V. E. LANE - - - ------ Sponsor L- 2 I' '-' , :Elf , lr - , H itil .1-,V - -,r , I, l A Jil, MODERN MUSIC MASTERS NATIONAL MUSIC HONOR SOCIETY Charter members of Chapter 409, established at Moore High School, November 4, 1958, are dedicated to "service through music." 13 X h Lum H5 I Quan 5, , y H, r ,W A Al w lhsifii : ,,,-.Q it , Y K 1 fp Q5 T I x HJ :E I ,- .. uh- filfil . 1 5, 3 g, 1. X af I wr! if . 'lin AJIIY ' 1. -3 ' .I .F".T'.'- +I ff N'-'E r 1 E THE I. A. KIRK CHORUS They enjoy using their talents to serve the school, church and community. ,,E 1 ,v ,,, i Senior High Mixed Chorus' production of the dramatic se- quence, GOD'S TROMBONES, deepened the aim of develop ing moral and spiritual values and afforded an unusual emo- tional outlet for performers and audience. X W W Q at 7' Q Q SAY IT WITH MUSIC N , 1' I ll 1 l I E , 'iaif ,I I . I A -gf.. ,. I p 1' 'TF-:Ei Q" 1 I ,. , 4 I I I -1 BS ?' L'1,i'i,, .wr , I I 5 .mrm - :L .C ..,,,, M.. , - ,f vw'-l'F'1'i"'-'72 ,I, b, T .--A--.,,,.1,,f,,..-. M., ,-fs -J , Q ,- A .4 ' ' ' 1 34: JUNIOR HIGH MIXED CHORUS and BOYS' GLEE CLUB "One of the most versatile musical groups" THE SEVENTH GRADE GIRLS CHORUS HIGHLIGHTS OF THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB BUILDING GOODWILL DURING 1958"59 SEASON Concert St. Paul Methodist Church Dallas Annual Musical "The Seven Continents "All School Music Fes- tival, " Bryan special guest, Mrs. L. T. Wyatt poses with group. Directing Community Singing " ' M11 I ' I 1"'s-Q" N' , --if-vgegf ' , mg Y '-' Prius' ,- A 1 "EV: ' p I V TY 'PQ .gm .1--Y-1,4 if Eg' l Director MR. D. L. WARNER Appearance at Fort Hood Glee Club appears on District Teachers As- sociation in Bryan. SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL ,.1,.,..il.-,k,,,-,,.?,, , Y I I -- F-1 'a 'ei' Hiffiirn' ! , lXXx ! i -'f' 29 I .. , . I Y 4. --,w nl L X .. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President ---- - - VICTOR BILTON Vice President - - - - ROBERT GILBERT Secretary ------ - - HERTHA BLACK Assistant Secretary - - '- - - VON RICHARDS Treasurer ------ - - ELLA PEARL HARRIS Chaplain - - ALICE MARIE TERRY Girls' Rep ---- MARY WATCH Girls' Rep. II - - - Boys' Rep. I - - Boys' Rep. 11 - - Sponsors - - - - - - -FRANCIS LEE - - -BOBBY LAYMON - - WILLIE JEFFERSON -------------M1ssE.O.K1NG MISS c. M. HARRIS, Mas. O. WHITE Mas. M. B. PRYOR, MR. c. O. JONES I I I ,, I L- I I I I I I v I 3 , uw , C I I ,.'a5,g,.f--.' gif ' 'V Irgfrfgbf NA TIONA L HONOR SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 3 'Q X f I 7 X va I M , OI IIOI I KIRK -WILSON CHAPTER I g "I II I. ..., J "THE VOICE OF M. H.S. " The Moore Highlight Published Monthly Editor, Bobby Laymon, Mrs. M. B. Pryor, Sponsor I.C.T. CLUB Mr. R. D. Outland, Sponsor MOORE HIGH N.F.A. CHAPTER Mr. F. A. Moseley, Sponsor 4223 9? S i i V V limi' ji ,s r,,:?a1L..'ilBnf+-:,2?:..1.f.r., , A v 'Q - 9-A54 'vials -s-Ve' Top: The JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL planning a social activity President, James Pryor Bottom: ,TUNIOR HIGH JUNIOR RED CROSS Mrs. M. C. Brown and Mrs. A. J. Debose, Sponsors 6 LAW AND ORDER HALL PATROL Mr. S. E. Dickey, Sponsor Q-39 64 1. -W7 ,- - Y PROUDLY WE SER VE 3 xv' .427 .F Q W. r 2 R M ,XI -.J..4, SENIOR HIGH RED CROSS Miss C. M. Harris, Sponsor Mrs. J. M. Graham, Sponsor . . f W :- .. ,I D . v r v N P FIRE PATROL Mr. C. O. Jones, Sponsor Hold Itl We Think You 're Going To Like This Picture CAMERA CLUB Mr. A. J. Hatchett, Sponsor ETIQUETTE CLUB Mrs. V. L. Dever, Sponsor 2 W v N SENIOR NEW HOMEMAKERS OF-AMERICA "Better Homes For A Better Nation" Mrs. J. M. Graham, Mrs. V. E. Lane, Sponsors i , , ' 'A I THE CHARMERS HORIZON CLUB QSenior Division of Camp'Fi.rey President, Shirley Burley Mrs. D. F. Stone, Mrs. B. C. Peoples, Mrs. L. R. Brown, Sponsors 'ss-1 B ,Q , rf, OAK LEAF Y-TEENS Mrs. C. B. Bolin, Sponsor Q, Q' , N JUNIOR N.H.A. Mrs. M. L. McMillan and Mrs. E. L. Mucker, Sponsors Kaye Bonner, President 5 2 DRAMATIC ARTS CLUB at Work ' Mrs. C. B. Bolin, Sponsor ELM WOOD Y-TEENS Ellapearl Harris, President Mrs. O. E. White, Sponsor LET'S FIGURE IT OUT - v lY-g. 5' im .Elf I B, gms! 1"lQ'I' V' .sie 4 'T' in is..- . -2 These are beginners in Plane Geometry studying how to construct geo- metric figures. Mr. L. F. Chaney, teacher. ,ull Ninth Grade Algebra Class that proved to be outstanding. Complicated problems are their requests. A. J. Hatchett, instructor. Mrs. Vida Pra- ther, President, First Year. P.T.A. 'S FIRSTS w-vi' -1 ,, ,bl fg pg. 11.3 , My ' I Mrs. Daisey Russell, Pro- gram Chairman MEMBERSHIP FIRST PLACE WINNERS MIS- D- F- STUHC. Wilmer for the fifth C011' Mrs. A. J. Debose, winner for .first year. secutive year. v , I rm . 1' .I i if ' I Mother of The Year, Mrs. A. L. Hunt. Winning Class - Calendar Tea December Sponsors Mrs. M. L. McMillan, Mrs. D. F. Stone, Mr. F. A. Mosley Mrs. M. R. Rowe, 1958 P.T.A. President 1958-59 Installation of P.T.A. Officers makes presentation for school project to Principal J. J. Wilson. Career Clinic consultants OUR MASCOT "M.H.S. LION" ASSES e And :laik our life, exempt from public lmzmt, Q ' .. ffm if Fwd: tongue! nz trees, bookf m the rzmmng e -' Q brooky, ' All" Sermon: in Jtones, and good in everything. e SHAKESPEARE l M 0 511 1 MY! HOW TIME FLIES ga' '- TE? MISS C. M. HARRIS 12A -3 Homeroom Z., "Non scholas, sed vitae" Not for school but for life President --------- JO ANN RIVERS Secretary ----- GWENDOLYN COLBERT Chaplain - - ---- PATSY ANN FLOYD T LEST WE FORGET 12A Homeroom MRS. LOYCE H. WILKINS, Teacher 12-A Homeroom MR. G. P. STEWART, Teacher 10 A Homeroom MR. VERNON HICKS, Instructor NO PLACE LIKE HOME , H V E ' E-W 'W "Af V' . .x .a -AAE ing " A , " :"M:':' ' - E., ' 4 U 1-I W A it ' :JA f ' .? xB Z E 1 V I ' 2 ' ml' fr, l 1 MA URICE 10 A4 Homeroom WS DA ON, Teacher 'L Qi6-n 1, li' w, w. ,. I4' 11A Grade - Room '7 W. O. DAVIS, Teacher ONE MORE STEP 11A Grade - Room 109 MRS. M. B. PRYOR, Teacher 11A3 Homeroom MRS. O. E. WHITE, Teacher WORKING TOWARD GOALS 75.1 'T 2- fl 2 9A Homeroom 213 MRS. C. B. BOLIN, Teacher J? 5, Q9 . I, 9A Grade Homeroom MRS. M. L. McMILLAN, Teacher 1 TIME FOR WORK mv - f. , MRS. V. L. DEVER, Teacher Homeroom 08 8A . WE'LL BE AROUND w 5,. ex . gf vxxgrw + - 1 'L ' . . '- ww A,' ,e, ,re -"' A f -- 'Q 4 11.1 x i ul-1-'U .. e ' ez Af f. ,A Room 215 - Grade 9A L. F. CHANEY, Teacher 1 w r ' ' 2- ..-.1 8A Horneroom MRS. L. R. BROWN, Teacher WORK TO BE DONE 8A Grade - Room 305 J. HATCHETT, Teacher 8A2 Homeroom MISS LOU E. BROOKS, Teacher STRIVING TO A GOAL 1' Room 301 - 8A Homeroom MRS. M C BROWN Teacher 8A Homeroom MISS EMMA L. JOHNSON, Teacher LOOKING FORWARD QD'-4 O S 7A-4 MISS M. D. RITCHERSON, Teacher -wwf... , 4, b :fr-1-ik - - . U -ri n I , . 'Ls , Q' si 4 6 f A K "Valentine Activities" - Homeroom Class - 'YA -3 President, YVETTE WARREN Secretary, MINNIE TERRY MRS. D. F. STONE, Teacher HERE FOR A LONG TIME 'IA2 Homeroom MRS. V. E. MALONE, Teacher Q H H , 311 f 'jn- 1 . v fx ff "Ready For Work" 7A Grade, Mrs. T. F. ARNOLD, Teacher STRONG BODIES AND MINDS .-...Mo , V i. Y -W-.i., W-.. -- ..f- -,... At Moore High we believe to be in good health, one must be physically as well as mentally fit. .bis Q as ATHLETICS W. T. DEVER 1 I'y"l MOORE HIGH 'S :J- W . E. E. WISE Center BIG WW' ,,,, 'r X I. . I J. H. RITCI-IERSON Head Coach ' VERNON HICKS - X 1 , M. A. DAWSON FIVE n 'o to I if f I I 2 M. H. V 1 V. ., i S. LIONS COACH L. H. RITCI-IERSON KNEELING: H. Morrow, L. Hamilton. FRONT ROW: Principal J. I. Wilson, G. Max- well, M. Ritcherson, F. Dotson, L. Sterling, T. Armstrong, J. Hawkings, Assistant Principal, W. R. Gerald. SECOND ROW: H. Walker, A. Farmer, B. Webb, C. Tho- mas, D. Carter, M. Vincent, M. Whittley. THIRD ROW: L. Shaw, J. Shaw, H. Voss, L. Toliver, M. Russell, B. Jones. FOURTH ROW: A. Jackson, I. Kirk, H. Nelson, W. Ward, W. Boggess, R. Voss. FIFTH ROW: J. Brown, H. Stanley, I. Irvin, E. Smith, M. Howard, W. White. SIXTH ROW: B. Hicks, W. T. Dever, Line Coach: L. H. Ritcherson, Head Coach: M. Dawson, Assistant Line Coach: V. Hicks, Back Field Coach: L. T. Duffy. SENIOR ELEVEN MAPPING ,, E any IN ,X 5' 4 fy U af r x fnhls' M E .. E l 2,9-A S P STRATEGY "B" TEAM -- E 5 V-,ii if 1 -lk -62 Q.. I , Elf x..Jf il' A 1 5' ' I 'f,.. V 1 , E E mg - . 5 Eg " E' ' fag, fx Af A 'B 1:1 gf , Nglaafxg 1 7 34 7 s E g E Ef E E l ' f . A In -fi :.' .75 s ,. Y S AL M. VARSITY BASKETBALL NAMES FRONT ROW: Coach Dever, Elmer Carroll, Wayman Dever, Teddy Armstrong, Billie Chew, Leo Green. BACK ROW: Vernon Shields, Jimmie Irving, Freddie Cavenall, Al vin Keezee, Larry Danforth, Eddie Jackson. as 17 L B BASKETBAL NAMES FIRST ROW: B. Brown, L. Sterling, C. Scarlett, G. Maxwell, H. L. Sims. SECOND ROW: L. M. Hamilton, E. Bell, J. Dotsey, W. Watkins, R. Browning, Trainer, I. Hicks: F. Dotson, R. Terry, J. Kirk, M. Russell, T. C. Webster. GIRLS' BASKETBALL RECORD WE 26 Temple 16 Temple 40 Hillsboro 20 H'll bo 10 16 Fairfield 1 s ro Rosebud THEY 36 17 12 10 20 P COACH V. HICKS DISTRICT CHAMPS RECORD NAMES OF PLAYERS of TOP: James Givens, M. Russell, A. Farmer, L. District Standings Sterling, L. Nickels, F. Dotson, J. Shaw, A. Jack- W L son, B. Hicks, L. Duffey, E. Bell, G. Maxwell, T. 8 0 Gregory, V. Shields, J. Brown, L. Danforth, I. Pra- Bi-District Play-Off ther, B. Brown, W. Dever, M. Richardson, J. Flo- 1 2 wers, B. Chew, T. Armsuong, K. Mayes, J. Mayes I. Hicks, C. Scarlett. BOYS ' TRACK leg--.f.??.YFYT..Y..-,?.,.., ..- , . - . - . rm. . .,,,,,- Y Y BOYS: M. Thomas, W. Boggess, C. Nickols, B. Chew, F. Dotson, R. Voss, W. Ward, R. Iglehart, H. Voss, I. Hawkins, A. Phillips, M. Vincent, H. Walker, H. Nelson, I. Irvin, A. Tennyson, M. Dawson, Coach, B. Hicks, G. Maxwell, A. McLennan, R. Dorsey. GIRLS: V. Childress, M. Washington, E. E. Wise, Coach: J. Hines, M. Brown, L. Er- by, D. Tucker, T. Scarlett. GIRLS' TRACK W. as-Q lm , - , lgoglt fn ' X ,.. Y - af-.. , . . . - , . 1.-+- PEP SQUAD RING IS OUR SPECIA w -w This Efhive all - to thine own self he mae Amlit hhh m zu! follow, af the night the day, Thou CHHJ! not then he falsefo any man. - . .SHAKESPEARE O'NEAL MUSIC SHOP 110 So. 8th Street PH. Plaza 3-7671 Prescriptions Turn to Turner for All Your Drug Store Needs TURNER DRUG STORE 1301 Austin Ave. Phone PL. 3-6822 Waco, Texas Compliments of Best Wishes, Senior Class GEM THEATER QYour Home- Owned Theaterl DAVID PALMER Gives You the Show You and Want to See You Tell Us and We'l1 Get Them FARRIS PAY TON LEON ARONSON SAM ARONSON LITTLEJOHN'S A. 8: A. APPLIANCE Sz FURNITURE COMPANY BAKERY Complete Home Furnishings Specializing in Sewing Machines - Sales - Service Children's Furniture - Ranges Birthday and Wedding Cakes Dial Bus. 3-9389 Res. 3-5975 Heaters Easy Terms J. B. LITTLEJOHN, Proprietor Dial 3-5191 122 Ch t t W T 315 Austin Waco, Texas 9 es nu acc' exas Compliments of J. C. TUSA FOOD STORE 1723 So. 3rd Street Waco, Texas Compliments of L. L. BEAUTY SALON 1313 Harrison St. PL. 3-9970 Operators: MRS. LUCILLE STERLING MISS LUCILLE HAYES MRS. IVIILDRED WASHINGTON S. E. OVERBY 8. SON WHOLESALE Confections and Cigars 7 04- O 8 Franklin Waco, Texas HOLTS SPORTING GOODS 113 North Fifth Complim ent s of R. H. QDICKQ BRANDS NATIONALWIDE TRAILER 425 E. Waco Dr. Waco, Texas PL 6-4514 or PL 3-1608 THE BOUTIQUE Shoppe With High Fashion at a Budget Price Suits, Dresses, Formals Skirts, Blouses, Sweaters Sizes 5 to 15 - 8 to 2.0 51211 and Speight PL-4- 6051 PL YMOU TH PRODUC TS INC . 2.16 N'. 5th St. Waco, Texas Waco's Only Exclusive Plymouth Dealer 4? Simca Foreign Car Sales WACO SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION Home Office 18th and Washington Ave. Westview Branch 579 We stview Village MODERN LOAN SERVICE 52.00 Is Yours If You Recommend Our Service to a Friend and We Make Him a Loan MONN IGS THE FRIENDLY STORE 111 So. Fifth PL. 2-8441 Waco, Texas W Jd u RE XLK 5 X dur. HALF N WV R, H Q- Gow Punf mc 'W Q c,,.,A.,f Serving theE Men Pdiffrzczetgb M of Moore High Manifest More Than 60 Years Ulla Chedd WOOD BROS. HGMQGE 2 o X THE STORE FOR MEN WTAMUN D Waco, Texas M K PURE Mrur-co. waco, 'nx- -ll. X MARS TALLER MOT ORS sooo Speight Ave. PLaza 6-1818 Waco, Texas " LINCOLN NlERfCURY 5 ENGLlaSrl-T' FORD wsu A When Better Deals Are Made "We'll Make Them" DRINK CQ REG. u. s. Pu. off. "Sign of Good Taste" IF ws soon Foon You WANT... 2 L ' ? 0 c -N ,Ol WAGNER RADIO 8: TV SERVICE Member Tex. Electronic Assn. Record Players Repaired -- ' T DEW DROP INN" ' 456 L. - 1 619 South llth St. P 4 Waco, Texas PL 3-9032 2004 S. 5th Waco, Texas to THE WACO MESSENGER :' ' A " : -7 Published 1 :W r-. Q5 4. V gil ly CHARLES WORTH! in at STUDIO 5 ,A f fbqzp- 724 Austin ' ' Ph. 3-9625 Every Friday V Only 332.00 a Year - 5? a Copy Commercial - Printing 504 Clifton Pl-3-3871 Waco, Texas Compliments of BoYKlNs 0'lEARY'S FUNERAL HOME APPLIANCES - FURNITURE Family Circle Burial Ass'n. PLUMBING Boykins Insurance Agency 212 Webster St. Waco, Texas PL2-2535 218-20 South Side Waco, Texas Easy Payments - Refinancing Auto Loans FRED HICKS Dealer in All Kinds New and Used Cars Satisfied Customers A11 Over Texas 1020 Carver Waco, Texas Pho. 4-3631 Compliments of WACO HOTEL SUPPLY co. Be st Wishe s Seniors TEXAS ELECTRIC BUS LINES 400 Washington PL 3-5771 Q9 n LET Us no voun L, ff n Q' Qld? v"'c .ff J , f A STATE 8: COUNTY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. Founded 1942 99:- WW I O'LEARY'S "' '-" ' ' APPLIANCES - FURNITURE 'FQUEPENDABLE Q ln DRUGGIST PLUMBING P' In 218-20 south side square MECCA DRUG Waco, Texas "BIRD-KULTGEN" Waco "Your Ford Dealer" hA,Q,XfI' Good 'for Hua. 'foo ,J BREAD 19 J PASTRIES ff klmmo 7' 'W 5 I TEXAS y gb POWER AND LIGHT e v I COMPANY U 14 Austin Ave . Nw 3 9 PL 4-5621 For Light Moving and Hauling Phone Pl-4-7 87 1 HOWARD WASHINGTON 300 E. 20th St. Courteous - Dependable - Efficient GREEN DOOR MONA PLAZA CAFE MOTEL MRS. ETHEL IRVIN, Owner Modern, Clean, Convenient Breakfast - Lunches Barber Shop Beauty Salon Short Orders Air Conditioned S i ' ' B -B- Pec alma In at Q Phone 915 Elm Ave. Cold Beverages Ph. Pl-4-9185 305 Hatton St. Waco, Texas PLaza 3-9003 Waco, Texas PRESTON L. MURPHY Owner - Manager Ladies' Haircuts a Specialty Phone 3-2.828 J. S. SIMMONS, Prop. SIMMONS BARBER SHOP Co-Workers: MRS. WILLIE B. WILLIAMS MRS. NETTIE COLLINS "Service With a Smile" Processing Featured 1307 Tabor St. Waco, Tex. , ORIENTAL RUG CO. Broadloorn Rugs and Carpets Rug Cleaning 1101 Austin Ave . Waco, Texas Ph. Pl-4-1431 ' Q 0 jgr afoccaszbzzs ' Compliments of F. W. WOOLWORTH Best Wishes Compliments to S . emors JUNIOR AND SENIOR SOCIAL ART ST. J'OHN'S and CATHOLIC CHURCH C ITY CLUB "SERVICE CLEANERS" Wh We QF ,7 Complim ents A W l . , FRIEND s e A A R iff 931 'Iaylor St. PL 3-6242. Complirnents of 7-UP , 104 H111Sb0T0 Dr. O BOTTLING We Specialize in 2 O CO. Malts and Shakes IIGPAYOYI' O O 118 South 18th Hot Dogs - Hamlmurgers 0 St French FIICS PL 4-3311 Waco, Texas Quads and Pmts Best Wishes A to , at Senior Class YOU! ' 'S TARS ., xi BENHAM'S fo, Ex SAW OF HARMONY" PHARMACY 'af 4-1 MOUNT CARMEL BAPTIST CHURCH Come Worship With Us at Any Time Pastor - REVEREND L. I-I. I-IANSBORO 1118 North Sixth Street May Success Follow You E MOORE HIGH GLEE CLUB JOHNNIFS Compliments gL. T. DUFFEY EDDIE JACKSON H Football Basketball SHOE SERVICE Baseball Sport Editor 720 Austin Ave. Track of Glee Club Moore Highlight Better Shoe Repair Good B e Moore High School Makes Better Business " Y Hello College Compliments of CITY- WIDE QUARTERBACK CLUB REV. E. H. HOOKER, President MR. R. L. MAT!-IIS, Vice President MR. S. A. RITCHERSON, Chaplain MR. E. J. DEBOSE, Secretary MR. I. L. ESTELLE, Treasurer DR. I. J. MAYES, Publicity Chairman Character Building Is More Important Than Game Building Reduce With Niblack Home P RENT or BUY E ILYAMMIW can 4-3371 NIBLACK SLENDERIZING SYSTEM Hrs. 8A.M. - 7 P.M. 1010 N. 25th St. Compliments From THE HOOD STREET 301 Hood Street CHURCH OF CHRIST Waco, Texas Minister Resident and Church REV. J. A. BAKER Phone: PL. 3-3373 'Fair Prices, Easy Terms Prompt Service Dial PL 4-3021 KIRKPATRICK 8 WITT Furniture - Appliances 210 South Third Street Waco, Texas ROWAN STUDIO "Photos That Satisfy" 914 North 9th Street Waco, Texas Compliments of VETERAN'S SCHOOL 600 South First Street Waco , Texas Compliments TALASOTA TUSA GROCERY of AND MARKE T THE 610 Rotan Plaza 3-9864 ALPHA THEATER Always a Good GARRETT'S GARAGE Movie Showing 1123 Kellum Phone Plaza 2-9137 On Waco's Historic Square Phone PLa.za 2-6531 Highway 6 and New Road Phone PLaza 6- 53 63 CLIFTON-SIMPSON, INC. . Finer Home Furnishings . Waco , Texas PL. 2-5842 RAY MUSIC SHOP Acces sories Repairing ELM ST. PHARMACY 127 So. 8th St. Waco, Texas Prescriptions PL. 2-5842 Prompt service MIKE'S REPAIR SERVICE Free De1iVe1'Y Se?-'Vice Musical Instruments 127 South 8th St. Waco, Texas Compliments Compliments SECQND F. w. WOOLWORTH BAPTIST CHURCH Waco 1205 S. 2nd Street Downtown - West View Compliments to BEAUTY SALON Seniors 921 Preston PL 22983 DEW DROP INN MRS. ZORA SHEPPERD Operator Waco , Texas "Where There Is No Vision the People Perish" NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 1866 915 North Sixth Street 1959 A Friendly Church With an Open Door in the Welcoming Heart of Waco Committed to Developing Christ- Like Persons Through Worship, Study, Fellowship and Service Pastor - MARVIN C. GRIFFIN, B.A., B.D., M.R.E. Office Secretary - LULA JO GLADIS Compliments to Q .TEWELERS Seniors MURPHY BARBER SHOP Home Owned Waco Institution "Best of Furniture in the Years Ahead" Located in the Jewelry Corner of Waco Compliments of DR. PEPPER B OTTLING CO. C om pliments of SOUTH SIDE CLEANERS I-1. O. BONNER - Prop. L. G. TAYLOR - Mgr. Best Wishe S Seniors MOORE HIGH P.T.A. MOUSA'S Linens - Infants' Chi1dren's Wear Compliments of L. 81 L. BEAUTY SALON 1313 Harrison St. We Give S8:H Green Stamps P1 . 3-9970 115 So. Sth St. PL 3-2631 - Waco, Texas Compliments of TOLIVERS CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH Compliments of H. C PLUMBING CONTRACTOR DR' D' M' Licensed and Bonded Specializing in Repairs and Gas Fittings 525 So. 2nd St. PL. 2-8249 820 Hubert PRYOR RADIO SERVICE 'EQINBO Radio and TV Repair GOOD BREAD" 12 Elm Ave. Pl. 2-8081 We are just as in- terested in provid- ing job opportuni- ties for our youth as we are in mak- ing fine portraits . Using the latest photographic tech- niques and elec- " tronic equipment . DR. G. H. RADFORD O'NEAL'S DENTIST Office ANTIQUE AND FURNITURE SHOP 312 So. 2nd Waco, Texas Greetings and Best Wishes to the Seniors From THE BLUE TRIANGLE 301 Cherry 4. , f. f i. up 1 --:-v-'-1- is :- .9.,, 'Y' v h 4 Aix .4 ,F fx 5 H4 D 1. ,J r Su ff-. ' f-H - ' fifth '- J U ' ', ' ---- 1342A , ' M Wm W-. A J, vw ,I ., N ' ' -v' ,, . '- A ' ' J V, ' I'-' Q V -4 '- , .xml mi, w H. I -...ix Y , ' K-mf' 'ww . I 1 V f ng . , ,. ni 4, '5 .. l L.. , -"' A-T .si VN ir 1. 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