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The publication of this edition of THE LIGN represents many hours of work
by the members of the yearbook staff. Using the theme, "Life in the Lion's Den,"
the staff has endeavored to portray in words and pictures the student life on the
campus of Moore High School.
Now, THE LION - 1969 is yours to treasure.
The Editorial Staff
Rayford Wilkins, Ir.
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The Lion Salutes
MRS. F. V. WEBSTER
For any home to function properly there must be maternal love. Likewise, for any school
home to perform adequately, there must be a counse1or's understanding. Mrs. F. V. Webster
has provided this type of atmosphere at Moore High School for the many years she has served
as girls' counselor.
The students and faculty who have been associated with Mrs. Webster admire her for her
high ideals, respect her for her wise judgment, and appreciate her for her sympathetic,
As an expression of gratitude for her more than 25 years of service to Moore High School,
the senior class dedicates The Lion 1969 to Mrs. F, V. Webster.
Superintendent A. R. Downing reviews routine matters with Assistant Superintendent B. B. Thompson.
For eleven years, Superintendent Avery R. Downing has been charged with the responsibility of educational
leadership for the schools in the Waco Independent School District. In accomplishing this task, he is assisted
by Mr, Barry B. Thompson.
During an interview with the yearbook editor, Mr. Downing stated that his duties as superintendent in-
clude: C11 keeping the Board of Trustees informed gzoncerning the progress of the school program, f2J inter-
preting the schools to the public and the public to the schools, C35 and being available for conference at all
In a special message to the seniors, he said, "The elementary and high school education you have received
is only a fractional part of the educational experiences your generation will have as adults. Whether you like
it or not, resist it or not, education will engulf you."
Board 0 Trustees
BOARD OF TRUSTEES of the Waco Independent
School District - SEATED: Mrs. M, M, MacRae,
Dr. Clifford S, Knape, Dr. Tom L. Husbands.
STANDING: Mr. Emmett L. Yant, Mr. Lyndon L
Olson, presidentg Mr. Gordon Rountree, Mr. John
Princzpal 's Message
Principal J. I. WILSON
"Faithful and true-hearted
Let us boost for our Moore Highg
We revere and defend her,
And her colors proudly fly . . .
Honors she has taken
On the track and with the ball:
May she always rank the highest,
May the colors never fall.
There's no other that can match her
When the team is on the fieldg
Her boys the fleetest,
Her girls the sweetest,
So here's a cheer for her we ne'er will yield,"
Moore Highlis ther home of the
Mighty Lions. This term is not one
to be used boastfully or selfishly.
The phrase simply indicates that
through the years Moore High students,
parents, and faculty have carved a
niche in the Hall of Fame in the
areas of literary, academic, musical
and athletic achievement.
These stanzas express the deep feeling that loyal students, parents, and alumni feel for Moore High.
Such dedication loyalty and love assure perpetuation of the legend of the Mighty Lions. Let us
continue to bring honor and distinction to Moore High by our thoughts, our words, and our deeds.
Assistant Principal as Message
TO THE CLASS OF 1969
You are fortunate enough to have
been challenged and strengthened by
change. Your whole life will be one
of change. Man looks to outer
space and to the universe beyond in
this, your graduation year.
Asst. Principal E. M. MADDOX
It is the hope of your school that you are prepared for the new world. Twelve years of education
have been yours. If you have been an active participant in this experience, you are ready to be a
participant in this age of space.
Our charge and our wish to you is that you think clearly, apply yourself with diligence, carry yourself
with honor, approach your work with enthusiasm, and in so doing, receive joy and satisfaction.
Miss L. D. Lee M1-S, B, C, Peoples Mrs. M. S. Willis Miss E. J. Miller
General Secretary Registrar Attendance Clerk Receptionist
Mrs. Peoples, registrar, checks record with senior, Regina Brenda Green and Regina Nichols assist Mrs. Willis
Nichols. with attendance report.
Mm, F, V, Webster Mrs. T. M, Mitchell Mrs. B. L. Beck Mr. E, M, Maddox
Counselor Counselor Visiting Teacher Counselor
Mrs, T, M, Mitchell adjusts the
"Previewer" for Marilyn White,
Special Services Staff
Mrs. B. L. Bass
Mrs, V. B. Bonner
Mrs, L. M, Bryant
Mrs, N. Busby
Mrs. L, M, Clark
Mrs. V, L. Deckard
Mrs. A. A. Gindratt
Mrs. L. E. Harris
Mr. S. T. Hunt
Mr. L, G. Richards
Mrs. C, P, Robinson
Mr. I. L. Snell
Mr. O. B. Thomas
Mrs, V. M. Ward
Mrs, R, M, Wilson
Mrs, B, W. Barnes
PTA Officers - SEATED: Mrs. R, Polk, Mrs. N. Manning, Mrs. V. FOUNDERS DAY
Livingston, Mrs. V. Kuykendall. STANDING: Mr. J. J. Wi1SOI1, MIS.
R, Cooper, Mrs. M. Shepherd, Mrs. Tinsley, Miss M. D. Ritcherson,
Mr. F. Moseley, BACK ROW STANDING: Mr. S, Ritcherson, Mr.
L, George, Mr. E, Mitchell.
Senior Parents - SEATED: Mrs. V. Livingston, Mrs. M. F. Jackson, Mrs. E. Jones, Mrs. P, Reese.
STANDING: Mr. L. Cook, Mrs. N. Manning, Mrs. M. Shepherd, Mrs. N, Williams, Mr. J. J. Wilson.
Junior Parents - SEATED: Mrs. I. A. Black, Mrs. N, Man
ning, Mrs. B. Clay, Mrs. T. Scott. STANDING: Mrs. M
Shepherd, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Gindratt, Mrs.
Thompson, Mrs. O. White. BACK ROW STANDING: Mr.
J, J. Wilson.
FOUNDERS DAY CELEBRATION
Mrs. Lafflede S. Davis
December 2, 1968
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Brenda Morgan and Alfred Iglehart check words
for their exact meaning.
MRS, L, BOOKER
MR, L, C, BROWN
MRS, L, R, BROWN
MRS, M, C, BROWN
SENIORS, Freddie Hackworth, Debra Brown, Scheherazade
Mitchell, Linda Wydermyre, Darryl Reese and Clernon Jones,
ponder over the outcome of final examinations.
MRS, P, H. BURNS
MRS, R, GRIGGS
MRS, E. M. HAYS
MRS, G . LIVINGSTON
Students who have reading
problems or want to improve
reading skills find Mrs. Tommie
Schoenwo1f's class quite helpful.
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with overhead projectors.
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Juniors discussing Literature in Mrs. M. C. B1-own's literature
Seventh graders pursuing a better understanding of English grammar in Mrs. M, D., Ritcherson's class.
MRS, A, M, RANDLE
MISS M, D. RITCHERSON
MRS. J. M. THOMPSON
Reading Spell ing
MRS, M, N, WILLIAMS
The goal of all instruction in the Language Arts courses is to make the
student more mature in his understanding and use of language. From the
junior high level throughout the senior high classes, students examine the
structure of the language, with emphasis on its past and present. They
respond to the power of literature through a wide range of activities and
through composition experiences. '
The school library provides much needed material for students.
MRS, B. J,
MR, T HOMAS E.
MRS, H, M.
Music Iunior High students are active participants in the string
instrument class taught by Mr, M, S, Wilkins,
Clemon Jones, Larry Earl and John Young learn Students in art complete lifelike paintings.
the art of sketching.
Fine Arts W
An unprecedented number of students are
participating in the Music Department with
ever heightening enjoyment. These students
realize a deep satisfaction as their ability
increases to create or to express something
beautiful, whether in music, painting, or any
other art. f
Fine Arts ministers to human welfare: It
brings com fort to saddened spirits and offers
a wonderful outlet for the expression of happi-
ness and joy.
The Moore High music curriculum aims to arouse motives for living at one s best and contributes to a broad,
sane philosophy of life. School music experiences provide the students with wholesome emotional outlet Music
experiences also: C11 develop a love for and an appreciation of good music CZD develop technical facility and
C31 develop the spirit of cooperative service.
A. it MR, R, H, HARDMAN
The Human Relations Class has as its goal the fostering
a greater understanding of people all over the world. The
class is taught by Reverend E, H, Hooker.
The Social Studies Depa
Young economists discuss economic growth
in Mr. C. B, Smith's class.
rtment highlights the
latest methods in teaching social studies through a
practical approach. The st
UCISIITS are CIlCOl1I'3g6Cl IO
use creativity in all of the courses.
MISS M, E, CAROLL
Individual recitation is a most effective method of
learning as shown in this class taught by Mr. Zachary
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MR, C, B, SMITH
MR, C., L.,
MR. J. W.
Social Studies as taught in our school increases the
understanding of the affairs of the world in which we
Dramatizations are important.
Seventh graders find social studies a very interesting
Larry Snell and Mr, L. E. Mooney discuss A
the composition of the DNA and RNA mole- M A,
Fossil collections are one of the main topics
topics discussed in classes taught by Mrs.
MRS, A, B, MR, S, E, MRS, M, C, MR, A. J. MR, C, O,
BABLES DICKEY ESTELLE HATCHET JONES
Science Science Mathematics Mathematics Science
MRS. V. E. MR. L. E. MRS. O. E. MRS, A. M. MR. J. J.
MALONE MOONEY WHITE WHITLOW WILLIAMS
Mathematics Science Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
Mathematics and Science
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which he has run through the card sorter in the
computer center of the American Life Insurance
Co. in the Amicable Life Bldg. This is the first
year Computer Science has been offered in Moore
Science is so much a part of our lives, that it
is a must that students understand the basic princi-
ples of science which will bring scientific literacy
to citizens who may never enter the scientific
The offerings are many and so diverse the
needs and opportunities. There is a place for
each, whether consumer or producer in science.
Through these sciences, man can control his
welfare and destiny.
MR. W, 0, MR, M, A, MRS, V, D, MRS, D, s,
DAVIS DAWSON ELLIOTT JACKSON
Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Homemaking Homemaking
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Students in these pictures are preparing for profitable vocations.
MR, F, A, MRS, O, G, MR, E, C. MR, DILLARD MRS, L, H,
MOSELEY VONNER WALKER WARNER WILKINS
Agriculture Cosmetology Auto Mechanics Industrial Business
The Business Education Department of Moore High
School attempts to provide: the development of
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, HABITS, ATTITUDES, IDEAS
and the appreciations that contribute to successful
livingg designed to meet the common needs of indi-
viduals who desire to prepare for employment in
business occupations and meet the needs of those
persons who desire business for personal use.
Beverly Hall operates a Posting Machine while
Eula Gayle and Mary Harlan increase their accuracy
and speed in typewriting in accordance with the
The Air Lift Rack is only one of the mechanical
aids used in the Auto Mechanic Course under the
supervision of Mr. Walker.
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MR, ROBERT BRADSHAW
MR. VERNON HICKS
MR, WILLIE WARD
The curriculum of the Physical Education Depart-
ment is based on a sensitive and instinctive under-
standing of the needs and interest of each individual
and an abiding faith in the democratic society.
Objectives: To help boys and girls develop a
healthy organism through vigorous muscular activity
and a healthy personality through play and games
which will not only make for better academic pro-
gress but will create a clean, wholesome attitude.
Driver Education classes stress safety in opera-
ting motor vehicles as well as the state and local
laws governing the operation.
Physical fitness in boys Physical Education
classes is a must as shown by these boys try-
ing to master "sit- ups".
MR. J. W. MRS. C. MRS. E. E.
WILLIAMS WILLIAMSON WISE
Driver Education Physical Education Physical Education
Moore High School
Moore High School is a community of
young American citizens possessing one com-
mon goal - a secondary education. The
experiences the more than 800 students gain
while on its campus are typical of those at
any other American high school. I
Students enjoy warm friendships. They
absorb in varying degrees the lessons taught.
They accept responsibilities. They grow in
understanding and maturity. Yet there is one
trait Moore High School students possess which
surpasses the average student group, and that
is MOORE HIGH SCHOOL SPIRIT!
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The ELMWOOD Y-TEENS find pleasure in exploration. The group is pictured returning from a hike to Fort Fisher
The hikers are ROW 1: Mrs. White, sponsorg V. Watkins, D. Beck, R. Nichols, S. Taylor, S. White. ROW 2 B
Pryor, S. Conner, D. Brooks, B. Curry, C. Jones, W. Ewing. ROW 3: R. Leaks, B. McKinney, D. Scott D
Diles, B. Hardin, G. Dowdy. ROW 4: R. Williams, S. Shepherd, C. Richardson, S. Burton, B. Hall P Leno
presidentg B. Woodard, V. Dorsey and J. Tigner.
Officers of the OLIVE LEAF Y-TEENS are Esther Cooper, president, Marilyn Stubblefield, first vice-president Linda
McGowan, second vice-president, Janice Snell, secretary, Debra Boyd, assistant secretary, Ruthie Rhodes treasurer
Marie Harris, parliamentariang Antionette Dickerson, Evelyn Long, Martha Haris, Evelyn Degrate, Linda Price
Janice Snell, Gail Barts, committee chairmen.
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CENTERED near the emblem are OAK LEAF Y-TEEN members Rosalind Thomas and Trudia Tucker. Pictured
CLOCKWISE are Barbara Harris, Marsha Brown, Clara Johnson, Bonnie Glenn, Brenda Casteel, Jacqueline Jones,
Annie Belcher, Michele Chavers, Lois Cotton, Beverly Stalling, Minnie Oliver, Brenda Brooks, Sharron Collins,
Anitha Johnson, Cynthia Leno, Phyllis Brooks, Alberta Dudley, Vivian Ervin, Charlotte Earl, Betty Rollins, Mary
Williams, Tiny Grays, Sandra Neal, Gail Degrate, and Shirley Glenn.
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ELM-WOOD Y-TEEN members Rose Williams, Shirley White, Regina Nichols, and Shirley Taylor prepare to leave
the campus in order to join other Y-Teens of the city in singing Christmas carols at the Woodland Springs Rest Home
Pictured to the right are some senior citizens who are being entertained.
ational Honor Society
An outstanding organization in the Lion's Den is the National Honor Society. NHS members show unusual achieve-
ment in scholarship and citizenship. ROW 1: Beverly Coleman, Jr.g Sheryl Warren, Sr., Sue Harris, Sr., Scherazade
Mitchell, Sr., Diane Whitfield, Ir.: Brenda Lane, Sr., Alice Miller, Jr., Valeria Watkins, Sr.g Shirley White, Sr.
ROW 2: Junipher Henderson, Jr., Shelia Snell, Jr.g Patricia Leno, Sr.: Ruth White, Jr.: Sylvia Shepherd, Sr.:
Nancy Scott, Jr., Dorothy Mangum, Sr.g Barbara Mack, Sr.: Linda Pimpton, Sr. ROW 3: Glendia Caldwell, Jr.:
Lawrence Hicks, Jr.g Debra Brown, Sr., Rayford Wilkins, Sr.g Rose Williams, Sr.g Alfred Iglehart, Sr.g Eva Degrate,
Sr,g and Lewis Hicks, Ir.
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Programming annual affairs, the members of the Vocational Agriculture Cooperative Part-training program meet
for moments of consideration. Left to Right: T.V. Smith, James Johnson, Clemon Jones, and Ron Smith. Mr.
F. A. Mosley is the instructor.
Outside of the auto mechanic 's den, the boys are being instructed on the uses of the dynamic analyzer, a machine
designed to analyze components of an engine. Pictured above from Left to Right are Chales Tubbs, David Hall,
Sam Jones, Gary Wright and Mr. E. Walker, instructor.
Students Acquire Refinement
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LE CLUB FRANCAIS endeavors to instill in its members the desire to be of the greatest possible service to the school
and community and to develop an interest in an understanding of the French language and culture. Officers: Anita
Stubblefield, presidentg Mary Harlan, vice-presidentg Phyllis Gooden, secretaryg Eula Gayle, assistant secretaryg
Roberta Smith, treasurerg Daniel Slaughter, parliamentariang Anna Belcher, historiang and Mrs. T. E. McClain,
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Art students, Larry Rose, Kerry Evans, Oliver Miles, Clemon Jones, and Larry Earl place the final touches on a
wreath to be used in the Door Decoration Contest. Pictured right, is the Band door, one of the first-place winners.
Through Language, Drama, and Art
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The DRAMATIC ARTS CLUB, under the supervision of Mrs. P. R. Burns, works diligently toward the development of
self-expression through drama. Annually, they attend a drama workshop and participate in the UIL one-act play
competition. Club membership includes: ROW 1: P. Gooden, E. Robinson, B. Brooks, M. Brown, L. Cotton, C.
Burren, S. Glynn, M. McLennan, S. White, V. Dorsey, B. Pryor, S. Mitchell, S. Connor, S. Harris, E. Roy, B.
McKinney. ROW 2: C. Coston, R. Williams, R. Thomas, V. Mangum, C. Leno, D. Beck, B. Woodard, P. Leno.
ROW 3: E. Abercrombie, M. Alexander, B. Lane, C. Toliver, D. Brown, P. Ritcherson, C. Walton, S. Taylor,
S. Shepherd, L. Foster, B. Coleman, R. Walker, C. Rice. ROW 4: G. Jackson, T. McCrimmon, M. Reed, S.
Collins, O. Davis, A. lglehart, R. Wilkins, W. Baisey, J. Long, L. Rose, D. Gayle, L. Hicks, and C. Jones.
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En route to a UIL Clinic in Austin are S. Mitchell, Rehearsing for a one-act play are R. Wilkins, I.
B. Lane and P. Leno. Long, D. Brown, D. Reese, K. Thompson, and S.
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The I. A. KIRK CHORUS under the direction of Mrs. H. M. Yancy studies many and varied types of music for per-
formances and sings programs for school functions, church meetings, women's clubs, P. T. A. , civic clubs, Heart O'
Texas Fair, and radio stations. The chorus sponsors an annual operetta and Negro History Musical. Singers must
audition to gain membership in the chorus.
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MODERN MUSIC MASTERS are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, cooperation, leadership and service.
This year they celebrated their 10th anniversary.
Lions Den Would be cz Mistake
Garbed in their traveling costumes are members of the J. A. Kirk Chorus. ROW 1: J. Carroll, L. Cotton, D.
Slaughter, D. White, P. Brooks, and G. Jackson. ROW 2: C. Green, M. Jones, I. Mitchell, C. Reed, B. Carter,
D. Reese, B. Casteel, F. Rush, S. Glenn, B. Renfro, E. Abercrombie and A. Iglehart. ROW 3: L. McDowell, M.
Thompson, L. Richardson, M. Thompaon, C. Richardson, J. Long, and K. Thompson. ROW 4: D. Long, K.
Jackson, L. Campbell, E. Jones, and G. Jackson.
Senior Madrigal singers enjoy singing many types of music as well as English Madrigals. Mrs. Henrietta Miller Yancy
directs this fine group.
Students Prepare or Economic
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With a respect for dignity of work, VICA strives to unite, in a common bond , all students enrolled in trade and
industrial educational classes. Positioned in a V-shape are: S. Dotson, E. Wright, V. Watkins, T. Fields, J.
Dykes, C. Maxey, G. Daniels, D. Brooks, B. Shepherd, L. Claridy, J. Skinner, S. Nichols, S. Douglas, and
Mrs. O. G. Vonner, sponsor.
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Prospective cosmetologists are ROW 1: L. Clardy, S. Douglas, S. Taylor, J. Dykes, and R. Nichols. ROW 2: Mrs.
O. G. Vonner, sponsor, S. Banks, E. Wright, S. Dotson, V. Watkins, W.,Sneed, J. Skinner and V. Williams.
ROW 3: G. Daniels, D. Brooks, B. Shepherd, T. Fields, and C. Maxey.
Security Through Vocational Training
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Interest in industrial careers is enlarged through the efforts of the Industrial Cooperative Training Club. The orga
nization is under the supervision of Mr. D. Warner.
The Industrial Cooperative Training Club endeavors to provide opportunities for acquiring and performing specified
jobs. The above seniors are supplying the necessary information for summer job placement. They are Brenda
Greene, Scherazade Mitchell, Linda Campbell and Cynthia Simmons.
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The Jr. Future Homemakers of America sponsored many different
activities for the Christmas season. The chapter presented a play
entitled "Christmas Cowboy" for the P-TA Christmas party and for
an assembly program. Members of the chapter also made dolls for
the Laura Edwards Center. Mrs. V. D. Elliott is chapter sponsor.
Paula Ritoherson, a sophomore, played the role of Santa Clans and
entertained the audience with a creative dance, the "Santa Claus
"We are the Junior
Future Homemakers of
We face the future with
And high hope . . . "
FHA Works to Improve Family Relations
The overall goal of the Future Homemakers of America is to help individuals improve personal, family and com
munity living, now and in the future. Mrs. V. E. Lane and Mrs. D. S. Jackson are sponsors.
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Democracy in the Lion's Den stimulates representative government. The Lion's council leads in promoting such
activities as Homecoming, March of Dimes, Toys for Tots, Christmas baskets and booster signs as pictured above.
Six of the executive officers are F. Hackworth, president, L. I-licks, first vice-president, B. Lane, second vice-pres
identg B. Hall, secretaryg P. Leno, assistant secretary, and S. Harris, treasurer. Sponsors are Mesdames Brown,
White, Pryor and Mr. C. O. Jones.
Lionette council members are Walter King, president, J. Gooden, vice-presidentg F. Howard, secretary, B. Clay,
assistant secretaryg I. Jackson, treasurerg R. Iglehart, parliamentariang J. Satchell, chaplaing Gary McDonald,
Boys' Rep. Place lg M. Thomas, Boys' Rep. Place 25 L. Richardson, Girls' Rep. Place l: and G. Miller, Girls'
Rep. Place 2.
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Teamwork Provides Effective Student Control
Safety from fire hazards in the Lion's Den
is enchained by the efforts of members of
the Fire Patrol group. During periodic fire
drills, they direct the evacuation of the
building for the safety of everyone. Pictured
from top to bottom Rodney Walker, Paul
Degrate, Raymond Brown, Oliver Miles,
Larry Rose, Earl Jackson, Rayford Wilkins,
Chris Hatcher, Darryl Reese, Larry Earl,
Lewis Hicks, Walter Baisey, Sam Jones,
Kenneth Thompson, Calvin Haynes, Larry
Foster, David Maxwell, Billy Reed, Gene
Sterling, and Mr. C. O. Jones, instructor.
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Life in the Lion's lunchroom is less congested
due to the cafeteria monitors. They are
designated members ofthe Student Council
who work to assist students and maintain
order. Wearing their badges are monitors:
Sue Harris, Freddie Hackworth, Rayford
Wilkins, and Garland Barefield.
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Two activities of the Ir. Red Cross included filling thirteen ditty bags for the American Soldiers in Viet Nam and
entertaining the senior citizens. KNEELING: E. Cargill, G. Garefield. ROW 1: J. Jones, L. McDowell, N. Scott,
M. Brown, B. Pryor, presidentg M. Hainsworth, S. Snell, A. Miller, T. Tucker, E. Degrate. ROW 2: P. Sauls,
R. Washington, D. Brooks, D. Diles, S. Neal, R. Leaks, W. Ewing, B. Curry, R. Thomas, and Mrs. M. C. Brown,
Junior High members ROW 1: H. Brinkley, M. Thomas, K. Toliver, J. Clay, M. Harris, M. Swinnie, L. Williams.
ROW 2: V. Ervin, L. Tillis, W. Harris, J. McCrimmon, H. Scott, I. Sterling. ROW 3: E. Long, Y. Smith, C.
Dawson, J. Snell, C. Cook. ROW 4: R. Ingram, L. Richardson, K. Smith, Mrs. R. Griggs, advisor: R. Nichols.
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Anita Stubblefield, assistant secretaryg Mary Harlan, Sue Harris, presidentg Barbara Tinsley, Linda Rush, pianistg
Shelia Hicks, and Beverly Woodard. STANDING: Mrs. M, N, Williams, sponsorg Patricia Leno, parliamentariang
Bobbie Hall, Evelyn Hamilton, Billie Phillips, Billie Robinson, Beverly Coleman, and Phyllis Chapman.
VICA Presents Fashions
Mrs. Janice Duncan, a Spanish instructor, was the fea-
tured model at the annual Cosmetology hair stylist review
Mrs. Duncan is a versatile designer, who creates and
makes many of her clothes. To the left, she models a
light and dainty dinner dress with matching accessories.
Below, she fashions a very stylish pants set. Both outfits
are her creations.
THE FEATURED ATTRACTION
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a high top accented with a braid.
BELOW: Sheryl Warren is modeling an Oriental floral for
the evening flick. The side part of her hair is brushed
smoothly away from her forehead with ends turning under
at ear tips. Zenobia Quarles was the stylist.
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and S, White. ROW 2: V. Pryor, C. Leno, B, Woodard, L, Dudley, L. Light, J. Williams, and S, Richerdson.
ROW 3: B, McKinney, P, Sauls, G. Barefield, W. Ward, E, Roy, and V. Ervin, ROW 41 W, Miller, M, Gindratt
D, Gayle, V. Haines, and G. Toliver.
STRING ENSEMBLE: This group was taught by the late Mrs. Laclede Smith Davis, who recently returned to Moore.
Marvin S. Wilkins, a music education major, from Baylor University, replaced her.
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many performances given throughout Waco. The club is directed by Mrs. H. M, Yancy. Linda Campbell, the
pianist, is pictured at the piano.
"The Last of the Papier Mache Cupids" won a third place award last year in the UIL one- act play competition. Per-
formers: R. Wilkins, C. Taylor, R. Wilkins, E. Young, A. Iglehart, N. Manning, B. Lane, L, T. Danford, W,
Burren and G. Braxton. Mrs. P. Burns, director.
The Sounds of Music
The I, A. Kirk Chorus entertains the Lion's Club at one of its noon luncheons which
was held at the Alico Inn.
The man that hath no music
Nor is not mov'd with concord
of sweet sounds,
Is fit for treasons, strata-
gems, and spoilsg
The motions of'his spirit
are dull as night,
And his affections dark as
Let no such man be trusted.
Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice
The J. A. Kirk Chorus presented "God's Trombone" in celebration
of Negro History Week at North Ir. High.
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the UIL contest at Baylor University Among the
group were seniors Kenneth Thompson Carolyn Rich-
ardson, Darryl Reese, Rachel Edwards, Freddie Hack-
worth, Linda Campbell.
MADRIGAL SINGERS won First place, Rating 1, in
RATING 1 was awarded senior music students: Darryl
Reese, Linda Campbell, Rachel Edwards, Freddie Hack-
worth at the UIL contest March 1.
Linda Campbell at the
Linda received a First rat-
ing in the UIL contest for
her rendition of a piano
solo, "To a Water Li1y" by
McDonald. She also placed
First for her vocal solo,
"May-Day Carol," by
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Senior Twirler Adds Sparkle
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Scheherazade Mitchell, a senior, was the featured fire baton twirler at the Lion football halftime activi-
ties, She is the daughter ofMr. and Mrs. Luther J. Mitchell and was given fire instructions by Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Jackson of the Jackson Twirling Studio. Scheherazade was one of the semi- finalists in the
National Merit Scholarship Qualification Test, She plans to attend North Texas State University, and
would like to major in psychology. She has many other talents besides twirling.
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Coronation in the
Principal J. J. Wilson crowns King Glenn . . . Queen Brenda . . .
Duke Willie Harvey
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Queen Erma . . . Principal crowns King Larry
Dutchess Yolonda Benjamin
Among the atmosphere girls setting the mood for the
coronation were Linda Ritcherson and Beverly Cole-
Coronation in the Misty Moonlight
The Royal Family
Among the "Johnsonettes" who entertained the Royal Court were Among the "Wisettes" who entertained the
Rosalind Wilkins, James Jackson, Barbara Reed, and Elvis Young, Royal Court were: Marva Alexander, Patricia
Leno, and Sheryl Warren.
Sweetheart on parade
R. Polk, Membership Chairmen.
P,T,A, President, Mrs. N. Manningg Mrs. Verna Livingston and Mrs.
Principal Wilson crowns Sweetheart
Scenes 0 Homecoming
Sweetheart runners-up - Ever Barnes, Joyce Dykes, Brenda Greene, Judy Jones, Sadie Banks.
Homecoming assembly and pep rally.
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Young people! Time wasted
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F,H.A. Ball - A night to remember.
Gee! What a day.
breath of fresh air."
Say it loud, "I'm a Lion and I'm proud!
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Seniors Get Recognition
Freddie Hackworth, Scheherazade Mitchell, and Rayford Wilkins were
named semi- finalists in the National Achievement Scholarship Award.
Linda Campbell was named finalist in the Soroptimist
Brazos Electric Award Goes to Debra Brown
Debra Joyce Brown, in her junior year, represented Moore High School in the annual Brazos Electric Co-operative
Oratorical Contest. Debra won the semi-finals and was first runner- up in the finals.
MH Varsity Football Team,
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MOORE HIGH LIONS VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUAD 1968 - BOTTOM ROW: Trainer O. Everett, P. Degrate
L. Foster, D. White, B. Deckard, W. Gray, K. Cook, R. Walker, C. Hatcher, G. Barfield, Trainer W
Casteel. ROW 2: Mr. E. Maddox, business managerg R. Rush, A. Roberts, J. Brown, D. Gayle, H. Toliver
R. Wilkins, M. Jones, L. Hicks, J. Long, Principal J. J. Wilson. ROW 3: Coach M. Dawson, L. Leonard
P, Shepherd, G. Jackson, John Johnson, A. Rauls, L. Rose, L. Davis, L. Snell, D. Hubert, R. Bell, B
Hutchinson, M. Ward. LAST ROW: Coach L. Mooney, Coach R. Bradshaw, M. Gindratt, D. Watson R
Bradford, C. Rice, W, Baisey, C. Jackson, Coaches V. Hicks, C, Wilburn.
SEASON'S RECORD 5-1 DISTRICT SAAA STANDINGS
46 Hillsboro - 0
14 Mexia ' "' Mexia
36 Marlin ' "' Moore
54 LaV6g21 ' " Corsicana
19 Corsicana Carver
48 Ca1'V6I' ' La Vega
"' Tri-Champions, SAAA
Senior Football Players
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HB Larry Foster pushed for 20 yards in the Homecoming Game against the
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MHS Pep Squad Gives Lions Spirit
PEP SQUAD - KNEELING: Marva Alexander, Beverly Hall, captainp Yoland LaTrease Gindratt gives a big cheer
Patricia Leno. STANDING: Sylvia Shepherd, Shirley Taylor, Larry for the Lions.
Giddings, Ella Pate and Shirley White. Mrs. E. E. Wise is sponsor.
HOMECOMING PEP RALLY - Cheerleaders wait for their chance to get the spirit moving in the Homecoming
LARRY ROSE, senior player, is the first Moore High Quarterback to be named to the All South Zone District
8-AAA Team. Rose has lettered for three seasons at Moore High.
MHS Football Sweetheart
Benecia Calma Pryor
Moore B T earn and Ninth Graders
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MOORE HIGH B TEAM - BOTTO
Chaney, L. Howlett, E. McDowell, ROW 2: W. Miller, C. Green, G. Jackson, R. Hawkins, F. Duffey, L.
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c oa, R. Levi, P. Hicks. ROW 3. Coach R. Hardman, O. Black, J. Hutchinson, R. Mathis L Hogan,
M ROW: D, Slaughter, M, Hamilton, B. Dorsey, Tony Jackson, R. Love, L
L, Moore, J. Majors, G. Howard, R. Conner, B. Harlan, Coach J. Zachery. TRAINERS: C. Foster, P,
NINTH GRADE TEAM - BOTTOM ROW: W.
B. Degrate, E, Williams. ROW 2: H, Stallworth, R. Mosley, C. Williams, J. Hunter, A. Benson, C. Snell,
C. Mack, C. Williamson, G. Johnson. Row 3: A. Young, J. Degrate W King J Shepherd R Vau hn
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Kendricks, G. Hicks, T. Slaughter, M. Slaughter, O. Shields,
Junior High Football Team
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KNEELING: D, Evans, G. White, C. Bledsoe, D. Field, W. Conway, R. Thompson, C. Sterling, E. Robert-
son, J. Toliver. ROW 3: R. Warren, R. Betters, L. Slaughter, G. White, G. McDowell, B. Degrate, L.
Wilkerson, K. Jones, E, Powell, W, King, L. Gregory. ROW 4: M. Thomas, D. Warner, D.. Dickerson, I.
Weakly, L, Wydermyer, B, Clay, H. Nichols. Coach I. Williams. TRAINER: Woody Norwood.
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Principal J. J. Wilson crowns Sherry Clay at
the Jr. High Homecoming game, Moore Jr.
vs. South Junior.
MH Varsity Basketball Team,
MOORE HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM - KNEELING: M. Ward, forwardg G. Steward, for-
wardg R. Brown, guard: I. Lewis, guard. STANDING: L. Snell, guard: O. Miles, forward: C. Jackson, cen
terg L. Rose, guardg C. Rice, forwardg A. Mardis, forward. Mr. Jessie Williams is coach.
LARRY ROSE CARREL RICE
All-District Guard All- District Forward
SEASON 'S RECORD
91 - Hillsboro
38 - Mexia
61 - Marlin
55 - LaVega
56 - Corsicana
71 - Carver
66 - Hillsboro
56 - Mexia
59 - Marlin
79 - LaVega
52 - Corsicana
72 - Carver
funior Varsity Team
ROSLYN THOMAS B-TEAM player reaches high.
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Slaughter. STANDING: Ralph Edwards, Jacques Majors, George Gamble, Charlie Green, Booker Harlan,
Coach R, Hardman.
Junior High Basketball Team,
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NINTH GRADE CAGERS - KNEELING: George Hicks, Donald Henry, Theodore Slaughter, John Majors,
Ronald McLennan, Rickey Thompson. STANDING: Bryan Willis, Wilbert Kendricks, Henry Stallworth, Mi-
chael Slaughter, Coach J. W. Zachary.
SEVENTH-EIGHTH BASKETBALL TEAM - KNEELING: Leon Wilkerson, Curtis Sterling, Willie Deaver, Larry
Slaughter, Bobby Degrate. STANDING: Elbert Williams, Kenneth Jones, Richard Ingram, Derrick Dickerson
Coach W. D. Ward.
MH Track Team
MOORE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK TEAM - KNEELING: O. Everett, J. Barber, R, Scott, J. Johnson, W, Cas-
teel. J. Brown. STANDING: W. Allen, J. Long, C. Alexander, K. Thompson, R. Wilkins. ROW 3: C,
Rice, C. Jackson, H. Reed.
The 1968 Moore High 440 Relay Team finished third
in the 8-AAA state meet. KNEELING: Sim Davis,
Lonnie Davis, Joe Long, John Johnson, STANDING:
W, Stell, Head Track Coach M, Dawson.
MOORE TRACK ROSTER 1969
Walter Baisey, Robert Brown, Lonnie Davis,
Oliver Everett, Charlie Greene, Charles Jack
son, Gilbert Jackson, John Johnson, Joe Long,
Booker Montgomery, Carrel Rice, Donnie
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INTER-SCHOOL TRACK TEAM - SEATED: Annette McDonald, Gwendolyn Holston. KNEELING: Alice Mil-
let, Brenda Bogans, Janette McDonald, Carolyn Brown, Linda Blaylock. STANDING: Nancy Scott, Shelia
Snell, Carolyn Jones, Marilyn McLennan, Iva Miles, Annie Whitaker.
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GOLF PLAYERS - LEFT TO RIGHT: Alfred Wydermyre, Darryl Reese, John Sharkey, Charles Reed, Gene
Sterling, Gary Griffin, C. B. Smith, instructor.
MH Baseball Team
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Hicks, L, Hicks, R. Brown, A, Love. STANDING: A. Rauls, W. Gray, S. Jones, M. Gindratt, G. Jackson,
B. Deckard, I. Lewis, K. Cook, J. Benns. TRAINER: R. Tillis. Mr. V. Hicks is Baseball coach.
DISTRICT RECORD 1968 - 8AAA
La Vega 7 Moore 0
Terrell 2 Moore 1
Waxahachie 6 Moore 5
Athens 2 Moore 11
Lancaster 1 Moore 13
Duncanville 2 Moore 4
Carver 2 Moore 3
La Vega 1 Moore 7
Terrell 2 Moore 1
W axahachie 2 Moore '7
Athens 2 Moore '7
Lancaster 6 Moore 17
Duncanville 5 Moore 9
Carver 2 Moore 3
SENIOR LETTERMEN - Baseball
Seniors Samuel Jones, Larry Foster
and Robert Smith have lettered for
two years in baseball.
MHS Lions Get
Eleven Moore High Football players received
honors in their second year in District 8-AAA.
Because of their efforts, the Lions tied for
District 8-AAA Tri-Championship.
FIRST TEAM - Lewis Hicks, defensive backg Larry Rose,
quarterbackp Joe Long, end, Walter Baisey, tackle, Cnot
HONORED BACKS - Lonnie Da-
vis, defensive backg Milton
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guardg Larry Foster, backg Rayford Wilkins, fullbackg Danny Gayle, guard.
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WINNERS: Scheherazade Mitchell and Rayford Wilkins
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WINNERS: Sandra Burien and Charles Rice
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WINNERS: Linda Hainsworth and Ronald McDonald
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WINNERS: George Steward and Brenda Lane
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WINNERS: Linda Campbell and Kenneth Thompson
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WINNERS: Sandra Burten and Kenneth Thompson
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WINNERS:, Regina Nichols and Larry Foster
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WINNERS: Rayford Wilkins and Larry Foster
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"Ambition is a value - it stimulates action toward achievem ent.".
Alfred Iglehart, Beverly Hall, Janice Tigner, Clemon Jones, Brenda Greene, Brenda Lane, Sam Jones
"True success depends upon those qualities within
which constitute character and personality,"
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"The true basis of all good manners is considera-
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' "The key to the most inviting doors is good schol-
arship." - Landis
H andsome-A ttractive
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Scholarly Handsome-A ttractioe
Ramonell James - Gwendolyn Miller Gregory Jackson - Kathleen Smith
Joe Hunter - Kay Boyd Walter King - Deborah Cook
fanior High Personalities
Randall Iglehart - Shelia Hicks Gary McDowell - Bobbie Hall
Derrick Dickerson - Harolyn Scott Johnny Williams - Janice Clay
Misses Senior anal Junior Student Council
Miss Junior Student Council is Gwen-
dolyn Miller. She was elected by popu-
lar vote. Gwendolyn, an honor student,
serves as president of her ninth grade
homeroom, She has been a member of
the Junior Student Council for three
years and is noted for her congeniality
and charming personality.
The Senior Student Council elected
Sheryl by popular vote. She was chosen
for her personality, high scholastic
ability and vivaciousness.
Sheryl is a graduating senior, reporter
for the senior stud ent council, member
of the National Honor Society, F, H,A, ,
Modern Music Masters and J. A. Kirk
Miss Lake Waco Beauty Contestant
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Brenda Lane, "Miss Photo Enterprise", was one of the twenty-three constants in the "Miss Waco Beauty
Contest" , She received an award and a dozen long stem roses.
Miss Homemaker of Tomorrow
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By placing first in the Betty Crocker written test for all senior girls, Ella was named Miss Homemaker of
Tomorrow of Moore High School.
Ella Jean Pate
GARLAND BAREFIELD DIANA BECK OCIE BENJAMIN BRENDA BOGANS
DONNA BROOKS CARIAL BROWN DEBRA BROWN RAYMOND BROWN
RITA BURSE SANDRA BURTEN LINDA CAMPBELL LUVENIA CLARDY
SHERYL CONNER KENNETH COOK BERYL CURRY LONNIE DAVIS
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Judge and Billy Reed is the defendant. ANDREW DRIVER LARRY EARL
RACHEL EDWARDS KERRY EVANS
AARON EVANS OLIVER EVERETT
DANNY GAYLE EVELYN GIDDINGS DANIAL HALL CHRISTIAN HATCHER
BRENDA GREENE FREDDIE HACKWORTH SUE HARRIS
LINDA HAINSWORTH BEVERLY HALL
EVELYN HAMILTON PRECIOUS HAMILTON
CALVIN HAYNES BIRDIE HENDERSON ALFRED IGLEHART LARRY JACKSON
ANDREW JAMES EUGENE JOHNSON JAMES JOHNSON ALLENE JONES
CAROLYN JONES CLEMON JONES MARVIN JONES SAMUEL JONES
BRENDA LANE BARBARA LAWS PATRICIA LENO BARBARA MACK
RONALD MACK PEARLIE MANOS DAVID MAXWELL ANNETTE MCDONALD
IANNETTE MCDONALD RONALD MCDONALD BETTY MCKINNEY SCHEHERAZADE
BRENDA MORGAN REGINA NICHOLS BEVERLY NORWOOD MITCHELL
LINDA PIMPTON BENECIA PRYOR WANDA RECTOR ELLA PATE
CARREL RICE CAROLYN RICHARDSON
LARRY ROSE EVELYN ROY
MICHAEL SANDERS SYLVIA SHEPHERD
ROBERT SMITH ROD SMITH
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Each year the senior class enjoys
their annual Christmas Banquet and
Party. This year's festivites were
held in the Ball Room of the Alico
In the picture Shirley White and
Lonnie Davis are doing the latest
dance steps while others look on.
This event is sponsored by the
Senior Parents Organizations.
SANDRA SMITH T, V. SMITH PATRICIA SYPHO
SHIRLEY TAYLOR GWENOLYN THOMAS KENNETH THOMPSON
WILLIE TI.LLIS RODNEY WALKER WANDA WARD
VALERA WATKINS LARRY WEST SHIRLEY WHITE
RAYFORD WILKINS, IR
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BEVERLY WILLIAMS JANICE WILLIAMS MARLA WILLIAMS ROSE WILLIAMS
BEVERLY WOODARD YVONNE WRIGHT LINDA WYDERMYER JOHN YOUNG
Senior Favorites had fun taking pictures in Cameron Park.
Senior Class fficers
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS - SEATED: Carolyn Richardson, treasurerg Rayford Wilkins, presidentg Sandra Burten,
secretaryg Alfred Iglehart, vice-presidentg Sylvia Shepherd, asst. secretary. STANDING: Rose Williams, re-
porterg Carrel Rice, sergeant-av armsg Debra Brown, financial secretaryg Danny Gayle, third vice-presidentg
Sue Harris, parliamentariang Darryl Reese, business managerg Rachel Edwards, class critic.
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Brown, Rachel Edwards, Darryl Williams, Carolyn Richardson, Lane, Freddie Hackworth,
Reese, Alfred Iglehart, Schehe- Sheryl Warren. Shirley Taylor.
Ara Lee Rauls
and Class Projects Shepherd
Junior Class Sponsors Project
Presid ent Vice- president Secretary Treasurer
Lawrence Hicks Frank Rush Beverly Coleman Anita Stubblefield
The junior class and Junior
Parents Organization presented
Miss Shirley Jean Vaughn in
concert at Roxy Grove Hall,
February 1, 1969. Miss Vaughn
was well received by an appre-
ciative audience. Her program
included selections from the
classics, operaticarias, and
spirituals. Kenny Louis Arnold
was her accompanist. Both are
seniors at Prairie View A SL M.
Phyllis Sauls presents flowers on behalf of the junior Miss Vaughn and her accompanist at end of concert.
class. Mrs. O. E, White spearheaded the project.
Lester McDowell was class assistant.
Jo Ann Crain
Marva Hainsw orth
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first day of school was fun.
The sophmores pictured here,
Betty Rollins, Gailion Degrate
and Shirley Glynn express
sheer happiness as they leave
the buildings at the end of
the first day of the 1968-'69
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Freshmen-One Step Away
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F res hmen,
' Albert Young
Jo Ann Snell
School Spirit seems to be a must in the Eighth Grade this year. The students in this class are a
very energetic group of girls and boys and have exhibited more spirit this year than any other class
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The Eighth Grade Glass has maintained a "B" rating assembly deportment for this year.
ln attendance, the Eighth Grade ranked first in the junior high school during the first semester All
members ofthe class put forth special effort to be present and on time each day.
Melvin Sw innie
The members of the Eighth Grade Class have found in Moore High: ". . . a just admission of topics and
of wordsg neither too many nor too few of eitherg enough of sweetness in the sound to induce us to enter and
sit stillg enough of illustration and reflection to change the posture of our minds when they would tireg and
enough of sound matter in the complex to repay us for our attendance. "
ace In Attendance
There are five divisions of the Eighth Grade. Homeroom presidents are: Bobbie Hall, division one
Linda Rush, division two: Renae Walker, division threeg Esther Lynette Cooper, division fourg Deborah
Maddox, division five.
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This year we find five students in the seventh grade who chose to attend A. J. Moore High School from
other cities. They are Christopher Haynes, Midlandg Elroy Hopwood, Marling Robert Toliver, Hawaiig
Brenda Watson Downsvilleg and Marilyn White, Austin. The class is very cooperative, well disciplined,
courteous, and studious.
Debra Harris, a member of the class expresses her thoughts about the Seventh Grade as --
"Happiness is Seventh Grade when you meet new people. You get to know their names,
where they live, their likes and dislikes, and their favorite colors.
Happiness is Seventh Grade when you are lucky and get nice teachers who can help and
understand you, and are nice to you. Teachers who know what it is like the first year in
a new school.
Happiness is Seventh Grade when you don't have to be worried constantly by six and seven
year olds who want to know your name.
Happiness is Seventh Grade when you go to a school where there is a principal and other
teachers to help with your problems.
HAPPINESS IS SEVENTH GRADE."
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Scheh erazade Mitchell
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FHA, Drama, Chorus, Honor Society
Tri-M, FHA, Future Teachers, Drama
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bell
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bradshaw
Miss Debra Brown
Miss Marsha Brown
Miss Sandra Burten
Miss Linda Campbell
Miss M. Ef Carroll
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cook
Miss Sheryl Connor
Miss Beryl Curry
Miss Eva Degrate
Miss Alberta Dudley
Miss Velma Dorsey
Miss Gennette Dowdy
Miss Rachel Edwards
Mr. Billy Gamble
Mr. Danny Gayle
Miss Brenda Greene
Mr. Calvin Haynes
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hays
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hebert
Miss Birdie Henderson
Mr. Lawrence Hicks
Mr. and Mrs. V. Hicks
Miss Margaret Hollins
Mrs. M. F. Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Johnson
Miss Carolyn Jones
Mr. Samuel Jones
Miss Brenda Jones
Miss Patricia Leno
Miss Ruby Leaks
and Mrs. R. A. Livingston
Miss Pearl Manos
and Mrs. T. E. McClain
and Mrs. A. J. McDowell Sr
Spffl J. E. McDowell
and Mrs. J. S. Mitchell
Miss S. Mitchell
Miss Brenda Morgan
and Mrs. S. Pate
Mrs. D. L. Petty
Miss P. F. Pikes
and Mrs. D. N. Rowe
Mrs. E. M. Roy
and Mrs. D. Schoenewolf
and Mrs. O. B. Thompson
and Mrs. K. Thompson
and Mrs. W. D. Ward
Miss Wanda Ward
and Mrs. M. G. Warren, Sr.
D. L. Warner
C. L. Wilburn
Rayford Wilkins Jr.
Mis s Beverly William s
and Mrs. J. W. Williams
Miss Linda Wydermyer
J. W. Zachary
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