Mount Enterprise High School - Wildcat Yearbook (Mount Enterprise, TX)

 - Class of 1957

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" 1" ' ' -W A' " 'B'- s , . , . 1 . .1 . . Q 5. 4' . 0 W, I A ff, , Q , o ,fn ' .a I' o Wg: ' Q' ' 0' " . 1 I I ' , 57 EQPYZYSE MTGEIXQQCHOOL' PU F 5 DEDICA TION The Yearbook Staff Mt Enterpuse I-hgh School dedlcate The 1956 1957 WILDCAT To Our COMMUNITY And FORMER STUDENTS We hope you enjoy this HISTORICAL EDITION portraying Our Community and Our School THE STAFF Mt. Enterprise is the oldest community in Rusk E HES Y County. William Elliot, Leonard Williams were the first of the pioneers who migrated from Tennessee in 1826. Each of them filed for a league of land and they were given title to it in the spring of 1829. These farmers settled near two mountains in Mt. Enterprise and the name Mt. Enterprise is said to mean a new enterprise near a mountain. OF MT. ENTERPRISE First Post Office in the Old Town Old home in the Old Town Ln 1830 there was a tavern in old Mt. Enterprise where travelers could spend the night and where couriers could change horses. The tavern operator 's name is unknown. The tavern sold necessities to the few farmers living in the area. A road existed in these days from Nacogdoches to Jefferson which at that time also had water transportation. Mt. Enterprise was a stop-over point for the night and Sam Houston spent the night in 1832 on his first trip to Texas from Oklahoma. The Elliots and the Williams' were well known to Sam Houston. ln 1833 he again spent the night on a second trip to Nacogdoches. In 1832 the first store opened in Mt. Enterprise with Charlie Vinson owner. Lumbering was the first industry in Mt. Enterprise. ln the next few years people began to move into the area and the Ross family migrated from Tennessee in 1836. The com- munity had attained village size with several stores, a tavern, and a hotel. William Ross was the doctor. A. H. Watkins was the first chief justice of Rusk County who moved to Mt. Enterprise from Nacog- doches about this time. His father was Jesse Ross who was killed by the Cherokee Indians in 1839 while on a mission to the Caddoan tribes near Dallas and Ft. Worth. These did not exist as towns at this time. Hart's Drug in Mt. Enterprise ,qi-,bi 1 WAGNON'S STORE In 1842 a wagon and furniture factory was estab- lished at Mt. Enterprise in the old town. The enter- prise flourished and there was a great need for wagons and household furniture for the settlers. Through the efforts of William M. Ross the first school, a private one, was established in 1837. The attendance was small as young men had little time to think of education with the clearing of land, build- ing of homes, erecting fences, etc. Some children were taught reading, writing, and sim- . ple arithmetic in the home. Q When Henderson was established in 1844 many settlers moved to the new town. Mt. Enterprise lost its distinction as being the most important center in Rusk County. Among those moving to the new town were the Watkins, Van- noys, Fergusons, Ochiltrees. Ochiltree became Judge of the first District. Many citizens from Mt. Enterprise filled the county offices in the first election. Some of the citizens of Mt. Enter- prise enlisted in the two companies of militia organized at Nacogdoches and participated in the Battle of San Jacinto. . ,w . 'O , Old gin in Mt. Enterprise School group at old town school Lochland school group The Masonic Lodge was organized in Mt. Enter- prise about 1848. Many of the early members' de- scendants are living in Mt. Enterprise today. The Lodge met on the second Saturday each month. In 1854 there were forty-one members. A large number of the young men of Mt. Enter- prise enlisted in the Confederate Army. Many saw much service during the Civil War. After the war, during reconstruction days, many were urged to move west where the land was cheap. The wagon factory survived two more decades and was aban- doned. Old Birdwell Home In 1851 the Mt. Enterprise Male and Female College was established. The college was sponsored by the Disciples of Christ in Texas. This school operated until 1855 under the presidency of Charles Vinzent. In 1879 Mt. Enterprise had its first free public school after the Free Public School System began in 1878. By 1880 the town had three saw- mills, two cotton gins, three churches, a free school and a population of 150. Many of the farmers owned slaves during the period of slavery until Abe Lincoln issued the famous edict of June 19th. Early school group at the new school School house completed at new town Before 1908 a branch railroad was established from the new town site which was one and one-half miles from the old town site. The Caro Northern Railway ran from Mt. Enterprise to Caro carrying both passengers and freight. The citizens voted to move the town site be- cause of the establishment of the railroad. The new town was to be called 'New Mt. Enterprise . " With the coming of the highway in 1923 the railroad was abandoned. The railroad was abandoned alto- gether by 1926 and was no longer used as a mode of transportation. Today no traces of the depot site and tracks are to be seen. " Pictures portraying the railroad and other early scenes of the town will be found throughout this section. School group at New Mt. Enterprise This passenger service ran from Mt Enterprise to Caro during the early history of the railroad. Railway passenger service Depot scene Cotton shipped by rail Armistice Day Parade 1918 Students take part in a parade New Town Site 1920 Presbyterian Church Z I L lAl'l DIWID fflllf. IT. IUTIIPBIII, TEXAS. Early homes located in the New Town Site An early scene of the first street in the New Town vu H . me an BASKETBALL Q-3.,."f,, 7 .i...' TEAM 1929 - 30 ..,g.. Calvin Brannon, Coach 1 Girls Basketball Game 1918 - 1919 Ah 114 W9 Jack Lee, Alvin Gibert, John Martin, Son Langford, M. Casey, Mackie Cates, Billy Ray, Albert Gibert District Winners Regional Second Place in State 1945 Rhythm Band STOUP ily! A - A H 'H Q 'E 4 'i ' 20 7531! 3 1 , 1 1 9' . O M H S TODAY ,...-.--A Hlgh school bu11d1ng Juruor lugh bu11d1ng wk,-CFS Mt Enterprxse h1gh school football fleld 01- Q Agnculture buxldmg Mt Enterpuse gym " X .gx , x . 5 LplYV"WL' ' vw-vvq.,,,,,,:, -1 ' 1 in nr- ,E X..-.,A r.,.'A an-in N M K ' Q N., i mm!! ea, 1' Q V 3 ff 'sa----'v' x"""1"'1 'S 1 SUPERINTENDENT S MESSAGE TO THE STUDENTS OF MT ENTERPRISE HIGH SCHOOL I want to congratulate the Annual Staff and Spon sor for the splend1d Job they have done on thts hts toncal edmon of THE WILDCAT You have done a fme PICCC of work ln gathermg facts and PICIUIBS for recordmg a br1ef htstory of our commumty and school Tlus ed1t1on w1ll be a source of mformauon about our school and commumty that w1ll be cher tshed for many years As thls volume 1S dedrcated to the communlty and former students let us as students and teachers ded1 cate ourselves to the task of helpmg tobu1lda better commumty and school for the future Smcerely A W Phllllps 'Ns PRlNClPAL'S MESSAGE Th1s IS the year we as faculty members and students w1ll long remember as the year of progress 111 Mt Enterpnse l-l1gh School We should be proud that we are members, and that we are all worlung together to make tlus a lustorrcalyear, to be remembered by all through the years to come The year 1956 57 also IS the second year of our annual homecom1ng We are all lookmg forward to th1s day so we may share th1s year of progress wrth the many Ex Students and teachers of M H S To those of the graduatmg class of 1956 57 we hope for each of you ample oppor tun1t1es throughout a long llfe Smcerely, Sam N Boles Pnnclpal fi gg, mf 'ol' I 1f'!'!'!" '1' '1M1 - nr'-jr"1 :w -w -W, ,V gggrr lff !T' - Q--Q, ,.3B!, nal FACULTY 43' MRS GENEVA CRAYCRAFT lst and 'Pnd SA M BOLE S Pr1nc1pa1 and Scxence Qilal I, fha :Glu uv .3 ml IA-4' vi 'Cf LEE MAXWELL BELVA JACKSON Vocauonal Agnculture Hlstory and ,--ark M ,QA A,--Q4 up 5, N..- MRS MABEL GRIFFIN 3rd and 4th Z5 I A MCCLURE Buslness MRS MAUDE HAM 6th and 7th ,191 MRS ANNIE RA 4th and 5th 549 'dl -v- env" MR . ELSIE JOHN WE B MRS WYNELL JACK A WALLER Algebra an WEBB Homemaking Coach English Band X BANK ssmok cLAss FAVORITES' 1-""' nl""" r , Yl9"" 'T-f 5 3 5 5 Qm ei in ,Cv nf, .f ,sw ' t if R . -- MN. . N, , u . W1 i K 'Y ,V ,X R5 41 2 95,1 SW 5, , . 5 , K if 1' Qi. A .35 .Q ,Q :A A 5 Q ggi , V i ag 2 Ei R f' k Z, li -ix 1 if-ew if 9 K KM r z 3 X? 9' 4 1, 1 HS 'v RN. IO .xy MRS WYNELL WEBB SENIORS Jag wa- PEGGY AKIN PATSY ALEXANDER 2- 35 W f P IANNETTE BARRETT -av -J' MARIE BEN SON WAYNE GADDY JACKIE GARRETT LYNN GRIFFITH 'Z W? 'K Mi 17" IOHNNIE GLASSCOCK JOE HUNT DELL LEE BUDDY SPARKMAN P? 1 f X -up if 1 LOIS SPARKMAN KAY WAGNON BILLY WO LV ERTON MARY WORLEY E, i W -K S VX www as ? . K 1 f I, as s Hmm S. 4 ff 35? . r E 'ff Eg 1 A if 3 ,i - 5? 1- IUN1 .v """ur AW Q? Bit, JA , 4' Q JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JUNIORS MRS. ELSIE WALLER WILBUR ALEXANDER P- RAY FRYMAN JOE GRIFFITH I DALE HAM BILLY MATIDCK Q JIMMY NIX BETTY PATRICK VU! GRIFF REIDER - ' CHARLIE SIMMONS X, -,, 1 . ft N LINDA STRONG VIRGINIA STRONG T37 WAYNE WATSON IU AN ITA WILSON Nw f 9 JUDY WORLEY L4 2' J AQ: Z2- W A Th -2-. P mfgn "' xh 56 , '23 , I J , 1 . X551 :rf -, ' VW Y, ,.,, -, 'f 29" w Aw Fr J Q Q' -1 'LQ SOPHOMDRE CLASS FAVORI .- f ix' HQWARD MUORE - Doms C X 'Zvi SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS SOPHOM ORES John Webb Horace Bryce Jeanme Cates Marvm Cecll Autry Chapman Leondred Curbow Denms Easley Tommy Farms Dow Freeman Don Fryman Lomse Gaddy Gayle Garrett Barbara Hays Gladys Hudman Jean Kelly GT sf, PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE 73' 171 1 ,nun uk , 'fir .A 3 Terry Lacy Dor1s MCN81l Don Moore Howard Moore Kenneth Moore q-y Zelna Moore EETS 'IIII1 Q 5"""nomoo 4 4 4 Jerry Nlx Jaclae Odam Jean Re1der Bobby Ross Sue Sears Leo Sledge Gladys Sparkman Johnny Terry Ann Welch Julra Vaughn J X :- I :MXN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Q . 5 up Q I 41 " ff iff' L 4' ' Q' I if! Q fx . i I .Y Q, W, xx ? I 0 ,pq If 4 Y 'rf . Q if Eff! " Yfifij SAMMY HUNT, Secretarx DELQOQGRGUNDS, Watch Dog X IIIxN,1YWATSON, President f' f ff ID" -ai mv! 11, FRESHMEN Ishmal McClure Wrllram Blanton Charles Boles Mac Bullard Anms Bryce Bellree Clark Mlldred Curbow Danny Flanagan Mac Arthur Gaddy Terry Grrffm Delco Grounds lr 4 ' Robert Hays Frank Hudglns Kenneth Hudgms Sammy Hunt Lmda Inlow John Lowry Lucy McNe1l Arthur Martm Terry Matlock 1 'x f u x v , ' A 4 I 4 J '--1 fm 43 X X to xi, H 'S' My Larry Maxwell Paul Owens Beth Pauick James Re1der John Reynolds Glenda Sears 9 -'ilf 'Q I . C if -as ,XM t ix si r-"'1. if 'i 117 x!K .iff V 4-wg Sybxl S1mmons Robert Stone Charlotte Watson Jxrnmy Watson Alton Welch 554' 41 EIGHTH GRADE CLASS Lee Maxwell Bob Barrett Mary Birdwell Paul Commins Connie Creel Tommy Fears Bobby Golden Gwen Hlmt Io Anna McClure Edward Mcxnmey Dorthea McMillian Bobby Moore Charline Moore Jean Ann Parker James Reynolds James Sprayberry Louise Sprayberry u Z ll? 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X 4-D 'X it J X A on I3 Emma Newman Judy Kay Parker Ina Sue Parker Jerry Ross Dale Strong Mary Sue Tompkrns Joe Watson Lmda Wrlkins Jerry Woodward FIFTH GRADE CLASS f 'S .J lb. 6 QQ FOURTH GRADE CLASS ' Dalsy Ann Dxamond Kathleen Glassoock John McM1llian Bobby N1x Y 'a " M1chael N1x '-4? Earl Newman Sherry Lee Necklsch Mack Tidwell , . 1 B Mrs. Mabel Griffin Q, - 1 I n 'Be .as I John Ash David Lynn Bames Doris Lee Barre! Manlyn Bell Gene Bxrdwell Amanda Commins Margie Curbow Danny Dixon Joe Larry Everrtt Barbara Hudgms Billy Inlow Glenn Johns Jerry McClure f Y a f N-.. PX B3 3 1' ri 1 Ji V 3 5 ' QW 1 FOURTH GRADE y CLASS A B B - - 4 AQ THIRD GRADE CLASS 11 J fir N 3' Mrldred Newman Beverly Parker C L Parker R1Ch3l'd Rexder Barry Rrvers Carolyn Sanders Manlyn Sanders Davrd Allen Strong 1? 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