Moore High School - Lion Yearbook (Waco, TX)

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' . - ,.-1 M W., F Q THE 1963 LKN4 5-HEY-EK Suxvfw PUBLISHED BY THE SENICR CLASS OF MOORE HIGH SCHCOL wAco, TEXAS FISHING FOR PROSPERITY ' !""vw'g"" 7 01573 xx Q 6 ljjfxjlf Min, 1- r' ., L ,MR 'QM x t 'T 'Q jb f.: U ' , N zfvx 4' e fi my -, j i Time is but the stream I go a-fishing in. " - Thoreau X xx" --fxxx X J' Gwdvgiwu fiff 'Sic 5-wwf 1 ""' , 'KL A Ceftsfmaiz o-P 91: X egg, XV x G- S mlfgx TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication Tribute Administration, Faculty and Staff 1 Classes Organizations Activities Athletics 'X Xa. ' T 4 4 2 X 5: I . 7 , -4:"Vl 1 af' I L7-' i7 , Q , x Q: K ' gg 'T 'I I T 'fl 1' ln TN 5' f t- 53 1' f 1 ir Q f - 'N I. U Cin ,Ip Y" f r 5 m, F fry ,N 2 -- u 94 l 5 f w'f"""b C,SM2'm WE SALUTE YOU MISS E. O. KING After a period of service beginning in 1917 and extending until the present year, Miss E. O. King, the senior class sponsor, librarian, and former teacher of English, completes nearly four and one-half decades of teaching boys and girls. Because of her untiring efforts and her great contributions to the welfare of this class, previous senior classes, and the many students who have walked through the corridors of Moore High School, this 1963 Lion yearbook is dedicated to her. IN MEMORIAM l D l MRS. MABLE BOGGESS For several years the late Mrs. Mable Boggess labored as a faith- ful member of the Moore High School Parent-Teacher Association in the capacity of chairman of the social committee and chairman of the membership committee. Because of her valuable contributions as a parent and patron of this school this page is set aside. RICHARD LEE, Editor-in -Chief The annual staff of the Senior Class proudly presents the 1963 edition of The Lion. To compile this yearbook we have gone into the depths of our memories and imagina- tions to recapture the events of our senior year. We have included those thrilling mo- ments and somber reflections that will linger with us. Our yearbook theme, "Fishing for Prosperity," expresses our attitude toward our future realizations which we believe will require the patience and faith of the resource- ful fisherman. Like the fisherman, we will carry the knowledge and skills with which our dear teachers have equipped us during our twelve years in the public schools to achieve suc- cess. To the administrative staff and faculty we say humbly, "Thank you. " As yearbook editor, I wish to thank all of mycapable assistants and advisors for the cooperation they have given me to make this publication possible. Richard Lee Editor-in-Chief .. . 'S i fliazfzii, .X QWQIX-is KY.- fa-' Q ' . . 2MV,n'oA1'mx time nxxmxxmmxw Ss M ,,.,W ,xA. MA!-, 5 - -' 1 fp. 'LL 'ij 4.4M ALM 1.,.-'f-jff'jQ'.f,h W . W . 4 A A ' ,, 4 V, VM W A V. P.-ffgw ' .. QWQNQ-f ,-.af M W-f f' "" " 'Z W, 14,...w+- 'W W f'1,,gQ,,..,,f " ff' wfaggi., ' i Q 5 ::3,,.Ei.3l1'Lf1?fif - X fJ,.s-W4,-an y"'!"'.1Qf ,:L, ji M Q' X , f., ,mf K Y MM.-. ,, 5,96 .TW if M MH .-A ,7',a.,, .N,,f,,A., I-ff' MMM. ka, ,A X., . QW. f,.,.v.:W .w"" K 1 A x , ,M f. fm' ' ' f ,,,, . Ln '- ..,, .,...,f-mf 'H ' ,. ,. A " k . ff , . I ,, ,W f. '.,.,, fy ,UL VM" I " ,pyaf l3fnqxa7H ' V J ,..gAE,.-- . f ul' ,Q p ADMINISTRATIQN BOARD OF TRUSTEES WACO INDEPENDENT SCHOCL DISTRICT STANDING: Mr. Gordon Rountree: Dr. L. V. McNamee, Assistant Superintendent: Dr. Tom L Husbands, Mr. A. R. Downing, Superintendent: Dr. Abner McCall: Mr. Vic Anderson, and Mr. J. E. Crews, Business Manager. SEATED: Mr. Peeler Williams, President: Mrs. M. M. Macrae: Mr. Emmett L. Yant: and Mrs. Ruth Ferguson. SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE The program of learning that you have followed for the past twelve years has been prepared and arranged to provide practice and study for the changing years that lie ahead ofyou. Not only have you been provided with a working knowl- edge of many of the basic skills, but also you have been given a general pic- ture of what your place may be in the modern world that you hope to help im- prove. It is my belief that you will accept tomorrow's challenge and by your ef- forts cause all things to prosper in America. Avery R. Downing Superintendent ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE You are maturing into womanhood and manhood in one of the most excit- ing and, at the same time, frightening periods in history. It is an exciting period due to a veritable explosion of knowledge and invention. It is a fright- ening era because man has created instruments of destruction that can literally devastate humanity. Our task, then, as American citizens is to so improve ourselves, our drives, our interests, our values, so that the result will be the using of the marvelous discoveries of science, technology, social science, mathematics, and psychol- ogy to create a brave new world in which strife, discord, and destruction will succumb to "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. " Assistant Superintendent Dr. L. V. McNamee PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE The 1963 Lion is a very distinguished successor to the yearbooks which have been developed by other senior classes. It is full ofthe happenings which have taken place during the past year. It will bring to mind the many pleasant mem- ories. It will also remind us of some sad occasions. The Editor-in-Chief and his staff as well as the advisors are to be com- mended for producing such an excellent book. It is well-planned and it car- ries the message which is so beautifully portrayed in the theme, "Fishing for Prosperity, " This class as well as the whole school can join in the full realization of such a motto. Congratulations are extended to all who have worked to make this year- book the great success that it is. The administration, parents, the members of the faculty, members of the senior class, and the entire student body are to be commended. J. I. Wilson Principal COUNSELORS AT WORK Counseling service in Moore High provides for information in job opportunities. Mr. W. R. Gerald, boys' counselor, gives Richard Lee and Jessie Johnson tips on arranging for interviews with their prospective employers. Testing is of vital importance in our guidance program. Mrs. F. V. Webster, girls' counselor, administers a test to senior girls seeking college entrance. OFFICE STAFF MRS, B, C, PEOPLES, Registrar MISS E. I. MILLER, Recept I I MRS, V, J. RITCHERSON, Attendance clerk VISITING TEACHERS I MRS, B, BEDFORD MR, H, L, BURKS MR, ROBERT KING B S B S M A B S A I Q1 S Q M iv FACULTY LANGUAGE MR, R, H, HARDMAN MISS C. M, HARRIS MRS, B, M, LEWIS MRS, M. B. PRYOR B.S. A.B. , M,A, A.B. , M.A, A.B. , M. ED, MRS. D. M. RADFORD B.S. E K i .. X DEPARTMENT MRS. Cf B. BOLIN MRS. M. C. BROWN MRS. G. P. PROBASCO MRS. E. L. HENDERSON A.B., M.A. ' B-A., M. ED. A.B. A.B. MR, L, L, LEONARD A.B. , B,E.A, -.WN-XM MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT MR. M. DAWSON MRS, E, M, DECKARD MR, E, P, FORD MR, A. I. HATCHETT B.S. 5.3. A.B. , M.A. B.S. MRS. A. M. WHITLOW MRS, 0, E, WHITE B-S. B.S.. M.A. SOCIAL STUDIES MRS L R BROWN REV E H HOOKER C B SM TH MR C L WILBURN A M M MR. I. W, ZACHARY B,S, SCIENCE DEPARTMENT MR, S, E, DICKEY MR. S. A, FORNEY MR. C. O, JONES B.S. B.S. , M. ED. B.S., M.A. T HOME AND FAMILY LIFE DEPARTMENT L MRS. D, M, JACKSON MRS. V. E. LANE MISS v, D. WHITAKER L B.s. M. S. B.s. INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR, W, O, DAVIS MR. W, R, GERALD MR, E, M, MADDOX MR, F, A, MOSELEY M.S. 13.5. 13.5. M.S. MR, R. D. OUTLAND P BUSINESS EDUCATION S SSM Q., I F ,. .,,, IIDDADV F5 S -P' J MUSIC DEPARTMENT MR, D, N, ROWE MR. D. L. WARNER MRS, H, M, YANCY A, B, A.B. . M.S. M, MUS, PHYSICAL EDUCATION MR, V, HICKS MISS V, O. JOHNSON MR. L. H. RITCHERSON MRS. E. E. WISE A,B, B,S, B,S, , M,A, A,B, SPECIAL EDUCATION MR, L, E, CASHAW MRS, M, O, EVANS MR, C, B, SHEPHERD B.S. , M.S. B.S. A.B. , M.A. This Student is Billy Lang engages in on-the- Harold Jackson gains ex- PfePafiU8 for a job training in restaurant work. PSHGHCC in The g1'0C3l'Y better future as business. a beautician. A Pre-Vocational class at work, Mrs. M. Vocational Arts and Crafts class of Mr. C. Evans, Teacher B. Shepherd, Teacher CORE AREA MRS, T, F, ARNOLD MRS, V, E, MALONE B.S. , M.E. B.S. . M.S. .D i fw,,,...Mm6 3,2 MRS, A, M, RANDLE MISS M, D, RITCHERSON B.A, , M, ED, B.A, , M, ED, 5 2. -, - ,vf-2 ,gg . , 5 M. - .5 'ffwvghs,.,,:.gs.u,Lwif .3 , . . wb 1237 L- ' - rk f ,.f .. M ng, .'f,'-my - Q is gr 5 . . I .. . Y ,vw .V gr K, I., V, ,, ,I 53, , V. 2 ,y M 1 wif' y ...H my ' 1 fm. . -- .I .. ,Qkisf ' , . f 1 -- f -1-nf N-'f'53r - , ff 1 fi .-ii - 5' l f. A' 'RR' R "'R,'A " Z Q . . R.. . J ,, ,,,LV, 1 L Vrik ,AWE vrkk V Vkk: K I ,VVIV. ,f,. ..,. MRS. J. N. THOMPSON RRMR1 .RM R..., f fffffffRfj7f'fff'ff '5 ,Q f ,.,- - 1 A 4':, 1 -'--I.' B. S U ' L.,- L'., .,, G OTHER MEMBERS OF OUR SCHOOL STAFF MRS, L, THOMAS MRS, E, SNELL MRS. A GINDRATT MR. L. RICHARDS MR. O. THOMAS MR. J. SNELL LUNCHROOM PERSONNEL ai-..,... 4 Mealtime is a favorite time for the students because of the dedicated service rendered by the cafeteria personel. STANDING: Mrs. Earline Hamilton, Mrs. Vera Farmer, Mrs. Ollie Evans, Mrs. Alvania Wash ington, Miss Robbie Walker, Mrs. Clara Collins. SENICJRS THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1963 MICHAEL EVANS "Mr, G, E, " Basketball , Tennis EVELYN BRYANT "Brownie" MARY BELCHER "Lamb" N,H,S,, Student C JAMES ER VIN " Squire " ouncil JAMES DOUGLAS "Jimmy" Band DOROTHY AUSTIN "Cookie" Twirlers, N, H,A, , Chorus IMO JEAN BATTS lljfean Il Dramatic Arts, Y -Teen BEN DA NP ORD "Wolf" Glee Club, N, F,A, CHARLES BURKS "Eyes" Football, N,F,A, , Chorus LILA BENSON "Putton" Y-Teen, Moore Highlight ELLA BENNETT uReeu N, H, A, , Industrial Arts LEONARD BECK slap.. N, F, A, , Industrial Arts ROY BENNS " Bingo" J'.A. Kirk Chorus, Band BOBBIE BLOCKER "Jolly" N,H,A, , Industrial Arts NINA BLEDSOE "Mae Mae" N, H,A. , Industrial Arts OSWA LD COCKRELL moz.. Band, industrial Arts CHARLES IEFFERS ON ..DOg.. N.F.A. HELEN CI-IEW , "Choo Choo" Chorus, N,H,A, FANNIE COOKS "Cookie" Track ZENNIE JACKSON "Ness" Football, Baseball ROBERT HARBERT flslim ll N,H,S, , Student Council MINNIE BRYANT "Shetland" Twirlers, Chorus MABLE CARTER "Amoeba" Chorus, Dramatic Arts JESSE JOHNSON IIBUCRYVI Tri-M, N,H,S, , Glee Club ROBERT JORDAN H106 Boy.. Football, Track BARBARA CLAY "Jean Baby" Twirlers, Y-Teens BARBARA DANIELS ..Bab.. Pep Squad THOMAS KELLY ..TOm .. Industrial Arts 1 N.H.A. GEORGE KIRKPATRICK ..Ray.. Band, Chorus IZETTA DAVIS "Isornetta" -. Industrial Arts, Chorus MILDRED DEGRATE "Chee Chee" Industrial Arts, Chorus CURTIS LANGFORD "Stephanie" Industrial Arts, N, F, A, WILLIE KELLY HD. Q. .. Glee Club JA CQUELINE DeGRATE "Jackie" Industrial Arts JOYCE FARMER "Waldene" Industrial Arts GEORGE LOVE "Yogi " N.H.S. , Glee Club ALVIN IOHNSON "Jack Rabbit" Basketball, Baseball BEATRICE COOPER "Beady" Twirler, Chorus, Y-Teens BARBARA COTTON "Bob" Industrial Arts, Chorus OTTO KUYKENDA LL "Motoe" Industrial Arts ROOSEVELT DE GRATE " Burnie" Track ALLIE BROADNAX "YOkiC" N. H. A. CODELL BONNER .. Cody., Band, N,H,A,, Y-Teens WILBERT FOREMAN "Dilbert" Football, Baseball JAMES FOSTER ..J.amie.. Industrial Arts, Track DORIS BATTS "Dee Dee" N,H,A,, N,H,s,, Tri CHARLENE CLARDY "Cha Cha" Industrial Arts, N, H. A FRANK EPPS "Pancho" Industrial Arts, Chorus WILLIE ROBINSON upete.. Football, Industrial Arts RUBY HENRY "Baba" Industrial Arts DOROTHY HUBERT "Lamore" N, H, A, , Chorus HAROLD ROSS "Beowulf" Football, Chorus, N,F, A ROBERT PEARSON "T-Ball" Band, Chorus ETHEL HARRIS HBO.. Chorus BETTYE HARVEY "Dada" Chorus, N, H, A, BOBBY RANDOLPH "Sleepy" N,F,A, , Industrial Arts STERLING LANGFORD "Montey" N, F, A, , Football JOYCE DOWDY "Stuff" N.H.A. GWENDOLYN DUNCAN "Gwen" N. H. A. RICHARD LEE "Dick" Glee Club, Baseball L, T, MANOS "T, Baby" Baseball, Track, N,F,A LAURA ESTELLE " Verne" F,T.A. , N,H,S, BERNIECE HAMILTON "Berne" N.H.A. , N.H.S. I A MES RITCHERS ON "Sniff" N, F.A, , Industrial Arts CHESLEY SMITH "Big Artist" Fire Patrol GERTRUDE JOHNSON "Gert" N, H, A, , Chorus CAROLYN KING "Kay Kay" N,H,A, , Y-Teen TIMOTHY SCOTT ..Tim.. Baseball, N,F,A, CHARLES RANDOLPH "Archie Ir. " N.F.A,. , Y.M. C.A. VIRGINIA HYSON "Babysister" N.H.A. , N.H.S. RUTH JACKSON "Toady" Tri-M, Track, Pep EWELL SMITH nBeVn N,F,A, , Industrial Arts xx, WA LTER SCOTT "Plato" N.F.A. , N,H,S, BARBARA HODGE "Babs" Chorus, Industrial Arts VELMA DAVIS "Tracie" N, H, A, , Industrial Arts EMERSON SIMS "Boom -A -Loom " N. F. A . RONNIE SMART "Baby Hue" Glee Club, Track, Tennis KATE DELL JAMES ..Katy.. Industrial Arts MARVA KING "Babe Rudi" N, I-I, A, , Industrial Arts JAMES TA PLIN "Rover" Glee Club WILLIAM WALTON "P, Walton" Chorus, Industrial Arts VERDIE MATTHEWS "Matt" Chorus, N,H,A, , M,H,S, LULA PEARSON "Foo Foo" Industrial Arts ELAINE RADFORD "Pigeon" Majorette, N, H, A, DWIGHT THOMAS HD. T. .. Football, Baseball ELNO LEE llMaell N.H.S. , N.H.A., EVELYN LEONARD "Jewel" Industrial Arts VICTOR WOODS "Prairie" N. F. A, , Basketball ri GEORGE WATKINS "Billy Vain" Hi-Y, Industrial Arts SHIRLEY LAW "Ta1u1a" Track, N, H, A, MARY MA NGUM "T oots" N. H. A . IOHNNIE MORRIS nlohn.. N, H, A, , Dramatic Arts LAURICE MOSLEY "Reecy" Tri-M, N,H,S,, Y-Teens KATHERINE REED NKM.. ELVASSIE SANDERS "Vassie " ELLA MAXWELL HL. E. .y Dramatic Arts GERTRUDE WYNN "Graches" Pep, F,T.A, , Chorus IOANETTE WALTON "June Bug" Chorus, Dramatic Art NANCY WILLIAMS " Nannien Industrial Arts SONDRA HODGE UVOH.. Dramatic Art, N, H, S, i N 1 SHIRLEY SEXTON usissy.. Majorette, N. H.A. , Y-Teens LORETTA SNELL "Retta" my N, H, A, , Red Cross X N ANNIECE STEWART HAHH.. I N Industrial Arts MA RY TAYLOR ' IIBOOII Majorette, N,H,A, , Chorus I I I Y N4- 1 an I i r L Y rf U Tix I. IO ANN THOMAS NIO IO.. N, H, A, CAROLYN WINFIELD "Wende" N.H.A. , Tri-M, Band CHARLOTTE WALKER "Marandy" N.H.A. , N,H,S, , Chorus RUBY TURNER "Sister" N,H,A, , Red Cross DAISY BELL "Bald Bald" N.H,S, , Chorus, Y-Teens BILLY LANG " Bi11" Special Education Dept. N 1963 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 1 ln the fall of 1957, a class of 228 boys and girls from the Waco elementary schools entered Moore High School. Our seventh and eighth grade years were eventful. Before long, we were Freshmen - classified at last! I ! The climax of this year was Junior High Promotion when Robert Lee and Bernice Hamilton re- ceived the First Place American Legion awards and Robert Harbert and Laura Estelle second place. J w Our sophomore year is one that we will never put behind us. In too many instances, our failures outweighed our successes. i Juniors - one step from the top. This year our class presented a very suc- X cessful Cavalcade of Stars. Through the overwhelming ticket sales, the class , was able to present office furniture as its class project. Then came the prom, "Fantasy of the Sea" with the junior class as host. SENIORS - What a distinction! By this time our class had gained recogni- tion locally, state-wide, and even nationally. Laurice Mosley won third place in the Voice of Democracy Contest. In state competition, Ruth Jack- son won first place in the 50 yard dash at the Inter-scholastic League Meet. Chesley Smith, who earned for himself the title, class artist, won first place and a S75 Savings Bond in the National Safety Poster Contest. Our class, now of only 137, has received considerable recognition for its leadership in the Student Council, and' many other campus organizations. Our athletes leave outstanding records in the "Mighty Lions" Hall of Fame. As graduation draws near, we are filled with pride for even the small things Q we have done to add credit to dear Moore High School. Doris Batts Y "4 1 4 l Senior Class officers are Harold Ross, vice-presidents Ruth Jackson, assistant secretaryz George I Love, treasurer: Laurice Mosley, secretary: and Robert Harbert, president. 'I Y l Y I' -r 'bf' ww LW., ., M, WW Wgmmww Wmxm-mmm vwm4w,,.,.,MA I KM ' f Vf nf fmmffw w U M Q Q33 M MM M . 41,1 af' A Q M NW-wwf ,,W, in . mf? K' 5 ' LSU 5, , H' c, A, pr: 1 W JUNIORS Mabel Palmer Charles Daniels Cecil Cooper Marva Griffin Viola Foster Shirley Gross Billy Gill Johnnie Hackworth Helen Haliburron Helen Harris Patricia Hatchett Richard Givens ,fail Iris Bonner Gary Bond Erma Bowers Percy Brinkley Bobbie Phillips Betty Briscoe H 75 Es'- Deloris Allen Israel Anderson Evelyn Bowers Woodie Clardy Sondra Brown Thelma Brown lm ,gm-vs , -kr,- . -'f, -1':' Y , - - , f I . 1 'ianwawaaa ' 5 ,f Elizabeth Bush Barbara Davis Shirley Dunmore Robert Drakes Loretta Degrate Patricia Ewing Beverly Franklin Marion George Vivian Harris Addie Green Hazel Wilkerson Willie Whitfield Joyce Jackson Robert Johnson Gloria Johnson Charles Lowe Vera Nora Katherine Johnson Leamon Crayton Helen Lewis Morris McCutcheon Maxie Oliver James Willie Claudia New Joyce Hicks Albert Drakes Margie Hicks Dave Harris Katherine Howard Joan Holbert Ida Haskin Roscoe Graves Maurine Henderson Curvin Hayes Rebecca Jackson Irene Holder F ' "azz" ,Si riffs 'Y WJ R, S f J' .-dl 4 .W .. .N 33+ Sq sv 2:23, . ., s '- W ,N W '-2:' H' C225 if if- f if . 's?+1.,,gggQf Q K , 5 . . G J .. ,wk ., s he ', MQW ' 5 f' i ' E! s ,y 4 f r 2 nwif 1,Y.,.gi 9 .Vi .... . fr ,1.- ax f Qbimf Qffffww V' XF' Christine Hutchinson Dorothy James Arleta Johnson Deloris Johnson Bobby Hightower Stella Johnson Charles Jones Ella Judy Gloria Jones Janice Jones Cheryl Keezee Charlene Wilson Evelyn Thompson S. L. Roddy Tommie Walker Arthur Turner Ella Brown Patsy Watch Carolyn Williams Freddie Whitfield Clemmie Williams Bobbie Wilson Hallie Young Collus Williams Barbara Pryor Harold Payton Dianne Richards Taylor Perkins Marion Slaughter Minnie Terry Nona Kirkpatrick Cortez Thomas Almeta Lee Herman Long Betty Long Marvelus Mack .prof ,A Ernestine Washington Catherine Betters L' ,Q-I .mf ,, .,l--,, Jo Ann Rollins Io Ann Snell Paul Washington Mary Tennyson Jimmy Summers Barbara Toliver Lois Walton Yvette Warren Wanda Williams MR. AND MISS JUNIOR CLASS AND RUNNERS-UP WILLIE WHITFIELD ERA V NORA ROBERT IOHNSON BURL DARBY MR. AND MISS J U N I O R CLASS ROBERT JOHNSON WILLIE WHITFIELD SCPHOMCRES Johnny Farrell Josephine Maxwell Jacqueline McGowan Shirley Iglehart Eddie Gayle Patsy Dowdy Pearlie Curtis Brenda Whitaker Lawrence Wilkinson Joyce Hutchinson Verdie Bledsoe Faith Hudlin Anthony Majors Joyce Barton Donna Howard Gwendolyn Shelby Dennis Kirkpatrick Ruby Holmes Ruby Baisy Marjorie Harris Ava Brown Marcellous Richardson Mary Green fq,:,.s:i' - Evelyn Holmes Lorea Johnson Dorothy Ross Evelyn Arnic Gwendolyn Taylor Delores Taylor Charles Alexander Katie Walker Robert Ward Alfred Bogan Joyce Johnson Anthony Fullbright Brenda Wilkins Maggie Chatman Jimmy T aplin Norma Hardin Beverly Witherspoon Henry lglehart Linda Turner Elroy Cross Martha Harris Malcolm Wooten Shirley Thompson Chinnie ,Tudie Stanley Morgan Emma Penn Froswa Johnson Edward Redrick Carol Palmer Charles Bendy Joyce Satchell Sherry Oten Robert Porter Deloris Warren Ronald Abercrombie Henry Walker Mary Robinson David Foster Ruby Johnson Ida Reed Ronnie Walker Dorothy Radford Charles Gilbert Larry Sadler Linda McKinney Charles Young Victoria Bonner Jerry Roddy Seley Williams Ricky Manning Hamilton Porter Faye Johnson Glodine Harris Janet Hunter Charles McDowell Glendarine Beck Beverly Delap Elizabeth Smith Charles Thomas Helen Davis Joyce King Sandra Hammond James Gregory Gwendolyn Ross Sandra Sadler Jimmie Abercrombie Walter Scott Veronica Smith Shirley Vaughn Maurine Webster SOPHOMQRE HOMEROOM PRESIDENTS Af X Gwendolyn Taylor, Frank Watch, Victoria Bonner, X , Elroy Cross, Glodine Harris, Alton Harris, Brenda XXX Q Whitaker. of The Sophomore Class plans an activity. J 141 F F E H ij? I N A P CJ E H Q v I Y, f' 'rut' X :n Q 'Fil Iflfiifii f5fI'1ig,1'z,5ff'rff T23 f P I L3 f o fi'?'f?LX' ?ffFf 5 J' Y f r f K - L lwifilin if. lit iff K f ' X 5' L - N f, I , Y xSY1fii2f4 FRESHMEN :T MX -. Donald Baldridge Annie Clay Latricia Benson Rayford Birks Marilyn Booker Robbie Brooks Ruby Brown Patricia Buren Norris Batts Alice Cook Via Jean Cook Vernon Drakes U' ,. 6 , ., Bag. rf if M. E - 2, xi xr ., af ., . A , . -f',vi.44!' . if-I . . ,Z ,,s, Q r ' ..-' x f , . Mary Kendrick Barbara Moore Alma Hicks James Hackworth Bettye Foster Evelyn Gregory Ruth Harris Claudine Henderson Albert Gregory Harvie James Doris Jones Rosiland Jones Joy Hunter Roy McLennan Marnie King .. r : f l it QM K , gf wr QM, . 7 X K 1 l 9 Samuel Forney Etta George Bettye Grayes Gaynelle Griffin Herbert Lee Sarah Henderson Hazel Pimpton Jewell Kirkpatrick . ' R-.f it , ,, ri Carolyn Hall . Q- Doris Lewis Harold Manning S '- ----., Viola Payne Vril ak. it N1 Fifi? A N 'QII i Patricia Ferguson Cheryl Moore Paul McDonald at., ,gbi t as-Q iff? ii"r f fl? 2 r S 4 -,v. 2 Q1 'L fl Roscoe Abercrombie Evelyn Degrate Patricia Bradley Aaron Black Mozelle Caldwell Charlesetta Carroll Deborra Cashaw Marjorie Cavitt Kenneth Vaughn Ollie Ervin Bettye Estelle Willie McDonald ,. .. 1 ..,, -is - M. : . an I VK LL 1 . A ? K efiz- f A51 f . 'W . . - ' H - ir , sr, Sew . X.,-its nan-W: - E a , . iffii, i ll Joel Tucker Ruth Wilkins Doris Smith Lewis Ritcherson Euwart Anderson Lillie Williams Eva Webb Claudia Richardson William Iglehart Shirley Ridge Iris Scott General Whitfield J Q l rw is 5- A an si Y? YWR, -dk , fy , U ' +5 M f 53:5 . 1: I gb" X , L-,.t .ww fi -f - y llt iee tia 4 lini l E s ,, L A' 15 .. ,fi 3 ' 1 swarm X Q N' 11 5, 4.5 31 mf' wi . in xx . L , , , f . uf 5 r Lois Woods 1, V 3 I is . 3 2, . 'ik 4 .S a ly 554, k E K f:', 4, Ziff 25,5 A ,, ,jf "3 , f S sf' f' -' vi If , .. 4 f N 1 ex- K N' , A L Ni , .ef N ff, A if his HP' Theodore Abercrombie 'll su 9,Q.,,4i f 3 . 5 ' ji ,N C ,Q fif' K " , I " I " gf- L fires , , 3 f is - - ,N gl 1 1 , A T 'if . T 'uf f? sff'fzz41-ef- .w ' fb - Louis Penny Regina Thompson Sharon T illis Cecil Webster Alonza Penny Theodora Kelly Gussie Redrick Linda Smith Betty Howard William Peoples Bettye Hicks Helen Ward 5 . 5 F Q FAVORITES N 4 N W 3 4 u l l 5 I 1' F E L I 14' x 5 xg 2 , x 2 RUTH JACKSON , Q 1 '--' f 4 x I 'U J i A 1 VERSATILE W ROBERT LEE Wa, ,M -. V mg 1 w, - " 4 L W1 ':..:f:iI: Zia fx " S1 A If 4 -ul T 1 1 1 4 i , I A MES ERVIN N 3 KT' N I POPULAR DWIGHT THOMAS ZENNIE JACKSON I L L l f B u W W Q, W W W W ? I 4 f -I -f 1 u l J MOST ATTRACTIVE BOY AND GIRL Robert Johnson Evelyn Thompson JUNIOR CLASS FAVORITES . ff fn f ff: , ff O 4? MOST POPULAR BOY AND GIRL Richard Givens Elizabeth Bush MOST STUDIOUS BOY AND GIRL Jimmy Summers - Lois Walton MOST VERSATILE BOY AND GIRL Percy Brinkley Ioan Holbert OP H l M O R E FAVORITES MOST ATTRACTIVE BOY AND GIRL Charles Alexander Dorothy Radford MOST POPULAR BOY AND GIRL Glenderine Beck Frederick Dooley MOST STUDIOUS BOY AND GIRL Otis Rush Jean Glynn ' Si . ' My 1 I, K FIU, E7 A . fylkhx W s W a NX L A' i sauof puqesog 11003 Auuag 'IHID CINV KOH SIIOICIFLLS .LSOIN mom 9141193 Kauxog lanmeg 'THIS GNV .KOH 3.I.I'IOd .LSOW ,,,,,f-X, Af" -xxx .f"N....v' J, le af Q , J E , ' I f .S-T' 7' 5 KS!-I ,nf JN, I Z , .Z HOBIH uolev SPIOOIEI SIQCIOH 'IHI9 CINV LOS HV'If1dOd .LSON UOSIQQOHH sy Maq s111'e1-1 qlng .KOH EIWOSCINVI-I CINV 'IHI9 ElAIlOVH.L.LV .LSOW S3lIlIOAV:l N V W H S 3 A, X 9 .ff O b NW ORGANIZATIONS JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL - Officers are Lewis Ritcherson, president: Euwart Ander son, vice-presidentg and Patricia Burren, secretary. Sponsors - Mrs. T. F. Arnold, A. J. Harchett, and Mrs. L. R. Brown. SENIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL - Officers are Robert Lee, president: Robert Harbert, vice-presidentg and Doris Barts, secretary. Sponsors - Mrs. E. O. King, Mrs. O. E. White, and C. O. Jones. MODERN MUSIC MASTERS Sponsor - MRS. H, M. YANCY J, A, KIRK CHORUS Sponsor - MR, H, M, YANCY s . If ' a -fb: sf o ' H o f ' 'F "" Q' 'fi :'f 1. ,, V 7 V, , o oooooo , A g K b K, hsh K E o f .L K ., .Y ,.k K F 1 9--QM " L : K - - 'A' ' K f ,, H Q , 5 , QQA--A i ' " ,, A--+. Q . .. 1 V o li ' ' "" ,, Q ,. A Q. 5:2 -fmjh 54 , wi ,'k, ., J V H I QV' kk Q Q b.V K IPZH, , ,f I , f , A. '..:, S Z: :.: ' 'zzl VV':"'V' 5 V' 'pkgl 5 'zz V' 'E 1. ,-., i f kyky ,X of kri' t . L- - fm! 4 , i , 5 X , - Aff- ' tm' o -.:. , ,, - A ., A o P V " 5 If A- A ""' 'A'A"A' " 52 1 31-,-, ' 5 X 14, 1, :Q 2 r Q w H of '- , ,L , .4955 , 4 - H o o Q sf S i., V, W D ' Af o 1 , , oHo oo , ' o W W ,o JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS CHORUS Sponsor - MR, D, L, WARNER THE AMBASSADORS Sponsor - MR, D, L, WARNER A.,-Vq,,:,mW, M,M.MnQ.. Laffy R R sf: JF f O M M ,O -49 f f. 5 , H I 11. ae' ,,, X f'L.g Q . .. jf ' VL , A wil O m 1. 1 - - ', h 2 -H ., , , 7 H , , f ,f--'1 ' .'g: sg: ' '- ' H wf:.1.2f+fw N ' I x 5 V ' ' ' 45 O "I' " ' "" f 1 '.h, 1 I O . O " " 7' y xii. I . A ' Q - ,,,g iff? "'LL if f I .K,. I ff- , " "H f f, . 'f,L 9 W1-' "" , X "" . 'f:, ' V ,'4 ,. A mr, K Aki' 'L 'A 1 I Lk - K - - v'-' X K - Y v - -f X xy If A ff' ,I - 5 ,L , E. I I , , , g., . ,. , I ' ' A' -Q A 1, OMRRO fx: " Wei A m' 1 m' k' 'm 'm,h-, H . I' O I " 7 i I V V V, yyyk K 33 ,B 8 , T - fit! A, , K Qgxk.. V --ag u,, g W- H ,Ms 'f nf J A Laghyyikikrrkfgfry , KM ,da WWW 4,4 A - R M,, R R H M ,J f , . ' i ' 1.-' ff A . U lj ' A , A O g MOORE HIGH MAIORETTES MRS, A, M, RANDLE, Sponsor MOORE HIGH BAND D, N, ROWE, Sponsor ELM WOOD Y-TEEN Sponsor - MRS, O, E, WHITE OLIVE LEAF Y-TEEN Sponsor - MRS, M, C, BROWN The Oak Leaf Y-Teens repeat their creed with their sponsor, Mrs. C. B. Bolin. Here are the hard working students enrolled in the Industrial Co-operative Training classes Sponsor - MR, ROBERT OUTLAND JUNIOR HIGH IR. RED CROSS Sponsors - MRS, M, C, BROWN MRS. M. D. RADFORD JUNIOR HIGH CAMP FIRE GIRLS Sponsor - MRS, E, HENDERSON Drivers Education students take a break for a picture between classes. Coach - L, H. RITCHERSON These students enrolled in agriculture are anticipating a future in the field of agriculture. Sponsor - F, A, MOSLEY 311,151 5,1-elf .5 45:2 mt W .awww IUNIOR RED CROSS - Senior High chapter, officers are Mable Palmer, president, Codell Bonner Vice-president, Helen Chew, secretary, Shirley Law, reporterg Elizabeth Slaughter, member. Not pictured are Marion George, assistant secretary and Shirley Iglehart, treasurer. 9B-2 HOMEROOM - Class officers are Rosalind Jones, president: Mozelle Caldwell ,D vice- president: Betty Estelle, secretary: Ruth Harris, assistant secretaryg Miss V. O. Johnson, treasur- er and homeroom sponsor. JUNIOR HIGH N, H, A, - Officers are Eddie J. Kirkpatrick, presidents Alva Woods, vice- presidenr: Shirley Ridge, secretary: and Patricia Fergurson. Sponsor - MISS V. D. WHITAKER SENIOR HIGH N, H, A, - Officers are Joyce Hicks, president: Marion George, vice-president and Lila Benson, secretary. Sponsors - MRS, V, E, LANE, MRS, D, JACKSON HONOR SOClETY F 9 A j PZ QS Vs Lg NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, KIRK-WILSON CHAPTER This organization encourages high standards of Scholarship, Leadership Character, and Service. Officers are Robert Harbert, presidentg Marva Griffin, vice-president: Evelyn Thompson, secretary. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Local President - DELORIS WARREN Sponsor - E, M, MADDOX llB-5 HOMEROOM MR, DAVIS, sponsor. Class officers are Robert Johnson, presidents Paul Battle, vice-president: Thomas Woods, secretary: and Homer Clark, chaplain. 10B-6 HOMEROOM MR, WARNER, sponsor, Class officers are Victoria Bonner, president: Mary Green, vice-president: Dorothy Davis, secretary: Mary Robinson, treasurer: and Kate Walker, reporter 12B-3 HOMEROOM- MISS HARRIS, sponsor. Class officers are Laura Estelle, president: Gertrude Johnson, vice-president: Gertrude Wynne, secretary: Elvassie Sanders, treasurer: and Thomas Kelly, reporter. llB-1 HOMEROOM - MR, ZACHARY, sponsor. Class officers are Collus Williams, president: Wanda Williams, vice-president: Evelyn Thompson, secretary: and Helen Haliburton, chaplain. Fu -A 'P' uv l Qs 12B-2 HOMEROOM - MRS, WILKINS, Sponsor. Class officers are Berniece Hamilton, president Sandra Hodge, vice-president: Lila Benson, secretary: Ruth Jackson, treasurer. 12B-1 HOMEROOM - MR, MADDOX, Sponsor. Class officers are Author Woodson, president: Charles Burks, vice-president: Ben Danford, secretary: Ruth Jackson, treasurer. 12B-4 HOMEROOM - MR. C. L. WILBURN, Sponsor. Class officers are Mary Ann Belcher, president: Shirley Sexton, vice-president: Verdie Matthews, secretary: Ella Bennett, treasurer 12B-5 HOMEROOM - MR, DICKEY, Sponsor. Class officers are Victor Wood, president: William Walton, 'vice-president: Daisy Bell, secretary: George Love, treasurer. 11B-3 - MRS, M, B, PRYOR, Sponsor. Class officers are Elizabeth Bush, president: Evelyn Bowers, vice-president: Io Ann Snell, secretary. 11B-4 HOMEROOM - MRS, O, E, WHITE, Sponsor. Class officers are Hazel Wilkinson, presi dent: Lucille Dixon, vice-president: Barbara Toliver, secretary. 118-6 HOMEROOM - MR. DAWSON, Sponsor. Class officers are George Shields, president: Bobby Hightower, vice-president: Charles Jones, secretaryg Stanley Walker, treasurer. llB-7 HOMEROOM - MR, HARDMAN, Sponsor. Class officers are Alrneta Lee, president: Gary Bonds, Vice-president: Yvette Warren, secretary: Joyce Hicks, treasurer. 10B-5 HOMEROOM - MRS, LANE, Sponsor. Class officers are Gwendolyn Taylor, president: Glendorene Beck, vice-presidentg Janet Hunter, secretaryz Evelyn Holmes, treasurer. 10B-4 HOMEROOM - MRS. WISE, Sponsor. Class officers are Brenda Whitaker, presidentg Patricia Stanford, vice-presidentg Shirley Iglehart, secretary, Joyce Borden, treasurer. V, i 9B-1 HOMEROOM - MR, LEONARD, Sponsor. Class officers are Benny Scott, president: General Whitfield, vice-president: Bettye Hicks, secretary, Cheryl Moore, treasurer. 9B-5 HOMEROOM - MR. FORD, Sponsor. Class officers are Doris Smith, presidentg Marilyn Booker, vice-presidentg Betty Foster, secretary, Robert Wilkerson, treasurer. 9B-3 HOMEROOM - MR, HATCHETT, sponsor. Class officers are Albert Gregory, president: Willie McDonald, vice-president: Joy Hunter, secretary: and Theodora Kelly, treasurer. 9B-4 HOMEROOM - MRS, BOLIN, sponsor. Class officers are Samuel Forney, president: Carolyn Hall, vice-presidents Patricia Burren, secretaryg and Alma Hicks, assistant secretary. Q 55 SB-2 HOMEROOM - MRS, HENDERSON, Sponsor. Class officers are Marshall Warren, president Sherman Howard, vice-presidents Regina Kelly, secretaryg William Jackson, treasurer. SB-3 HOMEROOM - MRS, M, BROWN, Sponsor. Class officers are Matthew Reed, president: Richard Carter, vice-president: Gloria Taylor, secretary: Rodney Jones, treasurer. 'IB-3 HOMEROOM - MRS, RANDLE, Sponsor. Class officers are Rosiland Wilkins, president: Rita Long, vice-president: Marilyn Stanley, secretary: Roderick Ritcherson, treasurer. 7B-4 HOMEROOM - MISS RITCHERSON, Sponsor. Class officers are Zelma Phillips, president Mayola Criner, vice-presidents Diana Palmer, secretary. 7B-1 HOMEROOM - MRS, ARNOLD, Sponsor. Class officers are Sandra Evans, president: Hobart Manos, vice-president: Beverly Cooks, secretary: Zenovia Quarles, treasurer. 'IB-2 HOMEROOM - MRS, MALONE, Sponsor. Class officers are James Price, president: Marvin Nichols, vice-president: Ottie Robinson, secretary: Willie Simmons, treasurer. 8B-4 HOMEROOM - MRS, RADFORD, sponsor. Class officers are Leon Leonard, president: Anthony Majors, vice-presidents Christine Porter, secretary: and Alice Franklin, assistant secretary. 'YB-5 HOMEROOM - MRS, THOMPSON, sponsor. Class officers are Darrell Caldwell, president Charles Taylor, vice-president: Gwendolyn Bonner, secretary: Cary Bible, assistant secretary: Mable Batts, chaplain: and Lee Ola Williams, treasurer. Ig.. Q. ACTIVITIES CORONATION 1962 - "BLUE HAWAII" The Royal Family awaits an evening of entertainment by singers, jesters and dance groups. CORQNATION 'I962 - "BLUE HAWAII" Moore High faculty, wearing pastel leis, joins in the Coronation festivities. Members of the Outer Court represented the various homerooms. QUEEN MARION GEORGE QUEEN DOLORIS WARREN CROWNING OF SENIOR KING AND QUEEN i 5 A capacity crowd viewed the Coronation of His Highness - Lonnie Hunt and Her Majesty - Marion George. CROWNING OF JUNIOR KING AND QUEEN ' 4 Principal J. J. Wilson crowns His Majesty Richard Carter and Her Highness Doloris Warren in a blue Hawaiian setting. MISS SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL MISS JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL THE LIONS SWEETHEART - 'I963 JUNIOR HIGH HOMECOMING QUEEN AND ATTENDANTS RITA LONG THE JOHNSONETTES THE JOHNSONETTES, a special dance group under- the supervision of Miss V. O. Johnson, does creative and original dancing for the various occasions. THE SWEETHEARTS The Sweethearts soared to popularity after their appearances on the Cavalcade of Stars and the CTDASC talent show. MISS HOMECOMING gSH111 1-EY5RAY SENIOR SWEETHEART RUNNERS-UP BOBBIE BLOCKER, Second Place Gwendolyn Ross, Katherine Howard, Marion George, Laura Estelle and Evelyn Leonard The spirited Baton Twirlers add interest to half-time activities during football season. Sponsor - MRS, V, E, LANE The Moore High Cheerleaders put pep into the student body and encourage the team to victory Sponsor - MRS, E, E, WISE ,, I , " i I ff H A -Q-'-2 , E gg . Q ig , ,-,. V ,-,, f .... -"" V . Q K , - ,,. . , 1. fn ., E5 fi 2 ' A 4 LIONETTES PAYE JOHNSON, Student Leader MRS, L. H, WILKINS, Sponsor VALENTINE SWEETHEART SWEETHEART RUNNERS-UP Norma Hardin Qseatedj' Helen Harris Qstandingy Bettie Hicks, Junior High Sweetheart Qstandingj BABY OF THE YEAR ROLONDA RENE HAWKINS First Place Winner ORSON BLOCKER STEPHANIE HA LL P-T.A. ACTIVITIES Mr. Luther George, President President and secretary Mrs. V. E. Lane planagenda P. T. A, Officers The "Holiday Feast" an annual affair Moore High Alumni and Exes Association THE Moons HIGHLIGHT ' STAFF CDDPEPHUJHFUEO Jhristmas icil placee n pompon Nick Makes Early I New Scheduling Eq . Nick made an early delivery to the off: fact, it was as early as June that the offi 'st peek at the Royal McBee machines. l ook, the office force has been hoping 'e to stay. oore High School is one of the two city myal Addressograph machine a trial basis for one year. eld High School is the other. 'ar the machine has received rating from the administra- eachers, and students. laps the person most pleased ncipal J. J. Wilson, who ex- i to a reporter how the ma- saves time in many ways. t. he said. "Teachers are able N il' , 3 '65 A R .. r-ff-,o ll and functions -- ..., cards and machines." In Mrs. B. E. Peoples' opinion, the real advantage is that it is time saving to the teachers. Two disadvantages she pointed out are: 'tFirst, children who are pre-scheduled in the spring semes- ter may have changed addresses by the fall semester. This causes a ay Lippman. :tors participat- m were Barron y Choir, direct- ed by Mrs. Lillian Murphy and Mrs. Alma Rush, Hines Elementary, un- der the directions of Mrs. Ruth Dorsey and Mrs. Marie Flewelleng Oakwood Elementary Choir, direct- edby Mrs. Hortense Turner and Mrs. Lucille Jordan, Kirk-Wilson Elementary Choir, directed by Mrs. Ola McClain and MrsL Ludora Pre- ciphsg and Smith Elementary un- der the direction of Mrs. Argie Mae Medearis. Each choir sang one selection. Junior high groups participating on the program were the G. Lf Wiley Chorusg Mrs. Katherine Wa- fContinued on page 25 XII, Jnc , ftm- , t, pres y Distric i istmas l from l 'T Christmas in the . , Joy Is Everywhel Christmas is in the air. i everywhere! The Christmaf has overwhelmed the Moorf 1 campus. Classes, clubs, am organizations have interrup' 1 routine to spread Christmas or just to get together fo' pre-holiday fun. . Junior Student Council mi and various homerooms deli. the cafeteria with seasona ' and window decorations. mas music furnished by the class added a festive touch lunch hour. The Senior Student Cou responsible for the beautif foot aluminum tree that Christmas carols and bright in 6 Dorothy Austin, the daughter of Mrs. Russell Lusane, and a senior, joined the journalism department NEW '1'C21CI11Ilg A Science classes have b8COl1 with the latest equipment with their studies and exel Science students can exan waxed model figure of thf hopper, the earthworm, t and a model of a huma which is enlarged four ti 1 CHESLEY SMITH, first place winner in the National Safety Poster Contest, receives congratulations from Principal J. J. Wilson and Mr. L. L. Leonard, his art teacher. VOCIE OF DEMOCRACY CONTEST - Former Ir. Student Council president, THIRD PLACE WINNER, Laurice Mosley , Ronald Abercrombie, presents Texas flag accepts a S25 Savings Bond from the VFW to Principal I. I . Wi1S0r1. representative. Jimmy Summers and Ricky Manning repre- sented the Boy Scouts and the Hi-Y state sessions in Austin. DRAMATIC ARTS CLUB - EVELYN BOWERS, president MRS, C, B. BOLIN, sponsor PROGRESSORS CLUB - Mr. G. P. Ford, sponsor CAFETERIA MONITORS - ROBERT LEE, Captain MISS E, O, KING, Sponsor. FIRE PATROL - WILLIAM HUTCHINSON, Captain MR, C. O, IONES,- Sponsor. Q - Outstanding Lineman AUTHUR WOODS ON Senior Tackle 2 yrq. 1801bs. Outstanding Back ROBERT LEE Senior Halfback 3 yrs. 1'751bs. DWIGHT THOMAS Quarterback CHARLES NICHOLS Guard ZENNIE IA CKSON Halfback SENIOR PLAYERS CHARLES BURKS Guard CHARLIE BETT ERS Center RONNIE SMART Tackle WILBERT F OREMAN End HAROLD ROSS Guard 1 9 . I ,,., . - mils. 43 Lii N, ATHLETICS MOORE HIGH LIONS Lions Lions Lions Lions Lions Wallace High - - - - 14 Lions Central High ---- B. T. Washington B. T. Washington I. M. Terrell - - SEAS ON'S REC ORD 12 Lions -14 Lions -12 Lions - - 6 Lions Madison - - - - 25 Lincoln - - - - 0 Anderson - - - - O Carver - - - 6 Dunbar - - - - 35 Head Coach L. H. RITCHERSON Asst. Coaches VERNON HICKS MAURICE DAWSON GLODINE HARRIS - Principal I. J. Wilson crowns Glodine Harris, a sophomore, at the home coming festivities. Quarterback George Watkins is her escort. Moore won its homecoming game against Anderson of Austin 40-O. FOOTBALL Lions vs! Bearcats - The pass is from Quarterback Robert Lee 4305 to End Richard Givens 4825 Lions looking on are Dwight Thomas Haliback qllj and Fullback George Scott f32j. 7TH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM Coach: I, ZACHARY STH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM Coach: C, L, WILBURN 9TH GRADE FOOTBALL TEAM Coach: L, E, CASHAW 7TH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM Coach: I, ZACI-IARY 8TH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM Coach: C, L, WILBURN 9TH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM Coach: VERNON HICKS BASKETBALL TEAM Coach - L, E, CASHAW STARTING FIVE Center: Charlie Betters, Forwards: Joe Staudifer and Carl Redrick, Guards: Victor Woods and Robert Lee. "B" BASKETBALL Captain - DON FOREMAN Coach - R, HARDMAN TENNIS TEAM Captain - ANTHONY MAJORS Coach - A. IL HATCHETT TRACK State Champions 440 yard relay team: L. Jackson, R. Lee, E, Sims A, Green. Coach - M. Dawson xr., S CA-' Q I G9 . I 47 f I s ' " Ir GIRLS' TRACK TEAM Q... 44O YD. RELAY TEAM Coach: MRS, E, E, WISE Captain: RUTH IACKSON Left to right: Helen Chew, Ruth Jackson, Minnie Curtis, and Mary Manos. BASEBALL Moore High Lions District Champions 1962 RETURNING LETTERMEN AAAA-District Champions 1962 "What About Betty?" Christmas Tree Ambassadors and Girls Glee "LET'S REMINISCE" Canterbury Characters P.T. A. Carnival Dolls Ir. High Homecoming Sr. Class Trip 09623 Honors Day 419625 Sr. Breakfast 09621 The Harry T. Burleigh Chorus renders concerts each year in all sections of the state. The Modem Music Masters form a human Christmas tree at the annual Christmas Musical SNOW MAKES A SNEAK ATTACK ON MHS 1 Bee. ,C Plengifgn Pwotawaq Walqg Wharf. Arg -51,8 Brakes! 3 H f5! ly,Wo : 5 1 I H ll , T 1 I N W .1 l K' , K- K , Q., .". ., f ' K , ' 1 J I I J 4 n l A 'LLL M C 'Mft 8. S ADVERTISERS Sincere Wishes to the Seniors From MOORE HIGH ALUMNI AND EXES SOCIETY President, JOE TAYLOR el-M: f 119, 165.11 FACTORY OUTLET 104 Hillsboro Dr. PL 4-8531 Best Wishes SHOE sToRE Q Sams Famous Brand Shoes for Women I From Save Up to Half Price 1 nnmv quam 125 NO. 6th St. Waco -mu! FOR -I-ASEE UH I A rooo ron nth Congratulations , Senior s From SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH 1205 So, Second St. REV, M, L, COOPER, JR, Pastor Automotive R-M Industrial Phone PL 4-5921 JOE'S PAINT SUPPLY Everything for the Refinisher JOE BARTON 817 Jefferson Waco, Texas BOOKER'S GARAGE 8. BODY WORKS General Repair and Painting Clifton St, and Waco Dr. APPERSON'S GROCERY 312 Hillsboro Dr. PL 2-8701 Waco, Texas PL 3-9324 Waco, Texas 728 Elm Waco, Texas RADIO CENTER ABE ADAMS AUTO SUPPLY CO. PL 4-0571 RAY GASSAWAY PL 3-2091 1813 Speight Waco, Texas RIVERSIDE HENRY TRUCK 81 BQDY SHOP REV. H. K. ROSS, Owner PL 3-9762 114 112 Bridge Trailers - Hitches Furnished 425 E. Waco Dr. PL 6-4514 Complete BODY Repairing Auto Painting Free Estimates Over 20 Years Dependable Service LANDER'S 5-IO-254 JOHNNY NEUMAN'S SERVICE STATION "Steam cleaning a specialty" 816-818 Elm St. Mobilgas Mobiloil Ph P - one L 3 6162 Mobiiubricarion Waco, Texas llth and Webster PL 3-3931 Congratulations II WACO DYE "The Store for WORKS CLEANERS Clothes In by 7 Out by 5 No. 1 - 825 Elm - PL 2-8201 No. 2 - 522 Clifton V- PL 3-9058 Men" all ff: E: lm: - 509 Austin Ave. 2,1 Waco , Texas Munn ron FINE Funn THE CHICKEN SHACK QSince 19331 Specializing I.. "Leslie's Fried Chicken" ii ,ZWHEN IN THE Dallas - Ft. Worth Hwy. Waco, Texas Congratulations, Seniors Well Wishes to the Seniors CHARLESWORTH C N1-RAL TEXAS srumo E BUS LINE 724 Austin Dial PL 3-9625 I ill KIM'S 6 Home of the E r-5 Q3 "Original" I --'5 Super Hamburger HICKS MOTORS FRED HICKS Dealer in All Kinds of New and Used Cars Waco Phone PL 4-3631 1100 East Waco Drive Waco, Texas If Your Hair Does Not Become You, You Should Be Coming to Us. COOPERATIVE BARBER SHOP DORSEY 8. KEATTS AND DORSEY'S BURIAL ASSN. Quality Made Us Famous Service Made Us Grow H, A, DORSEY, Mgr. L, D, DORSEY, Pres. MRS, A, FAY DORSEY, Sec. -Treas. 1305 Eim PL 3-5172 U Compliments of 'IIIIIIIL RADIO-TV JOHNNIE'S Q? SHOE SERVICE Moved to New Location MILTON PRYOR, Owner 702 Clifton Waco PL 2-808 1 "Best Shoe Repair in Town" 720 Austin Ave. PL 3-3591 Sincere Wishes to the Seniors From GENERAL LIFE AND ACCIDENT INS. CO. 6 13 Washington Waco PL 2-1281 -- 'ag' ' In Congratulations - From J. H. HINES 7 ELEMENTARY W scHooL F, D, BATTS Principal 820 East Waco Dr, PL 6-0917 "Where There Is No Vision, the People Perish" A NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH 915 North Sixth Street A Friendly Church With an Open Door in the Welcoming Heart of Waco Pastor - MARVIN C. GRIFFIN, B,A,, B.D,, M,R.E,, D,D, Office Secretary - LULA .TO GLADIS "Congratulations, Seniors" DR. G. H. 1962-163 PEP SQUAD T Thelma Johnnie S Barbara W. Barbara D. . . Gert Shirley Office Closed Every Friday Mack Elmo 207 Franklin Ave. Waco Bonnie Ruth PL 3-8975 PATRON LIST Mr. Chester Young Mr. Emmitt Todd Rev. M. C. Griffin Rev. and Mrs. A. Wagner Miss I. D. Harrison Mr. Walter Napier Mr. Dillard Warner Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Radford Mr. Harold King Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Woods Mrs. William Peoples Mrs. Minnie Walton Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Woods Mr. and Mrs. Morris Williams - n , Mr. W. H. Truesdale Mrs. B. M. Lewis Mrs. A. M. whmow . ,yhqhvg 5 Mr. F. A. Mosley .--'ff X 1 " Mrs. Delores Harris ' X B Dr. Mrs. Mrs. P 4 1 3,3 X Ab X., L. R. Adams T. F. Arnold L. M. Bailey Miss Doris Batts Mr. Fred Batts Mr. J. B. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Bettan Bilton Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Black Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Bonner Mr. Vernon Broadnax Mrs. L. R. Brown Mr. and Mrs. James Bryant Mrs. Rose Calloway Mr. Leon Cashaw Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Casteel AfSgt. Billie Jean Chew Miss Naomi R. Cobb Mr. and Mrs. James A. Daye Mr. Hugh Davis Mr. S. A. Dickey Mrs. B. N. Dixon Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ford Mr. S. A. Forney Mr. and Mrs. Walter Franklin Mr. Aaron Gamble Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gerald Mrs. Mamie Gilliam Mrs. Florence Glover Mrs. Velma Hannon Rev. and Mrs. L. H. Hansboro Rev. and Mrs. L. F. Hardee Mr. Richard Hardman Mrs. Bettye Harvey Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey Mr. M. P. Harvey Mrs. E. L. Henderson Mrs . Coleta Hillman PATRON LIST Mrs Mr. Rev Mrs. Mrs . Johnnie Hodge M. H. Hodges E. H. Hooker H. D. Iglehart Carrie Jackson Miss Beaulah Johnson and Mrs. Rufus Johnson, Sr. Mr. Miss V. O. Johnson Mr. C. O. Jones Mr. Mr. Rev Mrs Mrs. Mrs Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mrs Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelley and Mrs. Guy Kendricks . Kennard Vera King Clara Belle Lee and Mrs. Enmanuel Lee and Mrs. Walter Lloyd M. L. London and Mrs. John McClyde McKinney Emma Madden E. M. Maddox W. A. Meeks and Mrs. Johnnie Morris Ethel Mosley and Mrs. Coit Peterson and Mrs. L. C. Randle Gladys Reed and Mrs. Clarence Relerford and Mrs. L. H. Ritcherson and Mrs. Solon Ritcherson Doris Robinson C. B. Shelby C. B. Shepherd Alonzo Smith C. A. Smith and Mrs. Lester Smith Ora Lou Smith and Mrs. Tully A. Stanley and Mrs. David Taylor . Marjorie T aylor and Mrs. Horace Vonner Miss Charlotte Walker Mr. Mrs . 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