Mr.Moore Principal At Ferguson School

Mr.Moore Principal At Ferguson School

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Former Student

London, KY

#1 Sep 16, 2008
Does anyone remember when Mr.Howard Moore was principal at Ferguson School.And does anyone miss those days as much as I do?
Looking Back

Pineville, KY

#2 Sep 16, 2008
My sister went there and if I remember she had Mr.Moore for a principal for awhile then it was Mr. Overby
Former Student

London, KY

#3 Sep 16, 2008
Looking Back wrote:
My sister went there and if I remember she had Mr.Moore for a principal for awhile then it was Mr. Overby
I went there,but I can't remerber if Mr Overby was the principal before or after Mr.Higgans.
Crossroads

Pineville, KY

#4 Sep 16, 2008
Mr Overby was after Mr. Higgans
Remember

London, KY

#5 Sep 16, 2008
Does anyone remember,Joetta Whitaker,Nancy Atchley and Linda Burton who all hung together all through school?I never see any of them at the Ferguson reunions.
Looking Back

Pineville, KY

#6 Sep 16, 2008
Does anyone remember Judy Burton, Charlotte Wood and Carolyn Carr They all ran togeather way back then
Remember

London, KY

#7 Sep 16, 2008
Looking Back wrote:
Does anyone remember Judy Burton, Charlotte Wood and Carolyn Carr They all ran togeather way back then
I remember all 3 Judy was my neighbor.They were a grade behind me.
Wish

London, KY

#8 Sep 16, 2008
I knew all the above mentioned girls.Gosh we were all poor.Judy and Margaret Tucker probably had the most.But it didn't seem to matter back then.I couldn't wait to get out of Ferguson,but I look back now and wish I was that young girl again,I wish I could go back to my raggedy old home and my mama still be there.Those were the best times of my life and I didn't know it.There were no drugs or guns or alcohol in our school,if you got in trouble you got your behind whipped.We were good kid's.I remember being in Mr.Youngs music class and John Gallager took all the swiches out of the breaker box,all the power went out...Things like that was the only kind of trouble anyone ever got in.And they were harmless.
I don't know if anyone else misses those days,but I sure do.
Crossroads

Pineville, KY

#9 Sep 16, 2008
Wish wrote:
I knew all the above mentioned girls.Gosh we were all poor.Judy and Margaret Tucker probably had the most.But it didn't seem to matter back then.I couldn't wait to get out of Ferguson,but I look back now and wish I was that young girl again,I wish I could go back to my raggedy old home and my mama still be there.Those were the best times of my life and I didn't know it.There were no drugs or guns or alcohol in our school,if you got in trouble you got your behind whipped.We were good kid's.I remember being in Mr.Youngs music class and John Gallager took all the swiches out of the breaker box,all the power went out...Things like that was the only kind of trouble anyone ever got in.And they were harmless.
I don't know if anyone else misses those days,but I sure do.
This story is so funny I hope more ppl post their stories from their days at Ferguson High
MeToo

London, KY

#10 Sep 16, 2008
Crossroads wrote:
<quoted text>This story is so funny I hope more ppl post their stories from their days at Ferguson High
Me Too,this was at least decent to read.
SOMERSET

Corbin, KY

#11 Sep 16, 2008
Yes I remember Mr.Moore and Miss Greenly also and Mr.Overby was my Algebra teacher (Good years)but times were hard at our house.I remember every other night Mom would wash out my one pair of good jeans.I did not care for Mr. Moore but really liked Mr.Overby.But I quit early and enlisted in the service so I had to get a GED later on.But life has treated me fair and no regrets here.
frontrunner

Pineville, KY

#12 Sep 16, 2008
I remember a girl named Sylvia but can't remember her last name . She had the biggest crush on a boy and I think his name was Eddie Bill. She was so pretty but afarid to ever let Eddie Bill know how she felt .That was the big drama back then ,who had a crush on who .Looking back wasn't life so simple.
I remember

London, KY

#13 Sep 16, 2008
frontrunner wrote:
I remember a girl named Sylvia but can't remember her last name . She had the biggest crush on a boy and I think his name was Eddie Bill. She was so pretty but afarid to ever let Eddie Bill know how she felt .That was the big drama back then ,who had a crush on who .Looking back wasn't life so simple.
That girl was Sylvia Hamm and she did have a crush on Eddie Bill Ping...I hadn't thought about Eddie Bill in years...Life was simple,I use to say to my mom"I can't wait to grow up"she would always say "Don't wish your life away."I wish now I could go back to those simple times.
Gosh

London, KY

#14 Sep 16, 2008
SOMERSET wrote:
Yes I remember Mr.Moore and Miss Greenly also and Mr.Overby was my Algebra teacher (Good years)but times were hard at our house.I remember every other night Mom would wash out my one pair of good jeans.I did not care for Mr. Moore but really liked Mr.Overby.But I quit early and enlisted in the service so I had to get a GED later on.But life has treated me fair and no regrets here.
I had forgotten about Ms.Greenly,she was the librarian.Times were bad at my house too.We didn't have an inside bathroom until I was 10yrs old.Heck,I don't know anyone of us who had a whole lot.I know I owned 2 pair of shoes,one for school and one for church.There were no sneakers for girls back then either.I'm glad life has been good to you and I hope it stays that way.
frontrunner

Pineville, KY

#15 Sep 16, 2008
I remember wrote:
<quoted text>That girl was Sylvia Hamm and she did have a crush on Eddie Bill Ping...I hadn't thought about Eddie Bill in years...Life was simple,I use to say to my mom"I can't wait to grow up"she would always say "Don't wish your life away."I wish now I could go back to those simple times.
Didn't Eddie Bill play ball for Ferguson and I remember Charlie Tucker and Larry Tucker played for Ferguson too didn't they
Wish

London, KY

#16 Sep 16, 2008
frontrunner wrote:
<quoted text>Didn't Eddie Bill play ball for Ferguson and I remember Charlie Tucker and Larry Tucker played for Ferguson too didn't they
Eddie Bill and Charlie played but I don't remember a Larry Tucker.Do you remember Malcom Luttrell,he was about 6ft7in.
Memories

Lexington, KY

#17 Sep 16, 2008
Thanks for all the memories. I was there until the 8th grade then went to PC. Ferguson Warhorses wasn't nothing like them. Ms. Corder, Ms Hamilton, and Ms. Bolton, those were the good teachers. We didn't have much, but I am very thankful for what I had and for my family.
SOMERSET

Corbin, KY

#18 Sep 16, 2008
who="Wish"]<quote d text> Eddie Bill and Charlie played but I don't remember a Larry Tucker.Do you remember Malcom Luttrell,he was about 6ft7in.

I played basketball for awhile for Ferguson but not long enough to speak of.I remember trying to guard Gailen Jasper (Pulaski)and and was he good and quick as lightning.Oh for the good old days and thanks (Gosh) as I have had a pretty good life but now am starting to deteriorate LOL.Oh well we all are not quite as young as we once were.God Bless
To know

London, KY

#19 Sep 16, 2008
SOMERSET wrote:
who="Wish"]<quote d text> Eddie Bill and Charlie played but I don't remember a Larry Tucker.Do you remember Malcom Luttrell,he was about 6ft7in.
I played basketball for awhile for Ferguson but not long enough to speak of.I remember trying to guard Gailen Jasper (Pulaski)and and was he good and quick as lightning.Oh for the good old days and thanks (Gosh) as I have had a pretty good life but now am starting to deteriorate LOL.Oh well we all are not quite as young as we once were.God Bless
Nope you're right we're not young anymore but our memories will always be young and in them we will always be young.That was the best time of my life,I was just to dumb to know it.Remember Mr Higgen's he sounded just like a frog when he talked.Remember the Fall Festivals in the gym?
Crossroads

Pineville, KY

#20 Sep 16, 2008
I remember the Fall Festivals all the games and the baked goods and candy you could buy while you were there.We would decorate the gym for days before the BIG EVENT . I don't even know if kids today would have fun at something like that it was so simple but it was soo fun.

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