Franklin County High School - Animo Yearbook (Rocky Mount, VA)

 - Class of 1959

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Q13 Q. fe Y ik Wslfs. 1.21 3 4 1 Mr Wwikffx "gff'5'5sk'9? Z9 if ,M I gifs. ff Q2 f z 'i f-A...--.-:--' -ei Eli E E i -5 'S 2. ii I 3 .1 - 6 6 fi ef? L ' Q l I Presenting T - Al THE 1959 PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENTS OF FRANKLIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ROCKY MOUNT VIRGINIA Ann Anderson Editor Ruchard Ikenberry Busuness Manager Mrs John Meade Advaser Gay Frith, Associate 4 , .... Y M 4 f.. rm , S5 , Q. J Jx Y 'I ibn' W Ai 4 I QA, 5'-F Wm FQREWORD The i959 edition ot the Animo hos been published with one pur- pose-to copture o yeor between its Covers. Although life ot Fronk- lin County l-ligh School consists of mony things too intongible to por- troy, os our home owoy from home, we hove spent mony hours in work ond ploy, both night ond doy, por- ticipoting in mony events thot we should like to record. ln the yeors to come we moy recoll these coretree doysfjoyous ond otherwisefwhen we hod the time ot our lite. Every day of the school year we find students coming from all points of Franklin County to centrally located Franklin County High School, Rocky Mount, Virginia, The majority of the l3OO students arrive by bus. Others travel by foot or in cars. After a brief visit to lockers, these students congregate in the halls, on the steps, or in the auditorium. A few of the more industrious ones find this an excellent time for study. These students arrive at school by bus each morning. Each day begins with lively chatter and a rush to classes. 6 goin? After the rlngung of the bell, students are allowed fuve mnnutes to complete conversation obtain theur books from their lockers, and report to furst penod classes There could not be a more downcast expresslon than of a student who rushed madly to be on fume but mlssed the buzzer by one mlnute Students stop by the offuce for tardy sllps before reportlng to classes 52506-Z The front lawn attracts a number students durung lunch hour N-1 7 QM A 4 v , X 'N- si- One of the new ,features of the guidance program at Franklin County High School is shown above as Jerry Guilliams plans his schedule of classes with Guidance Direcfor Morris Law. As part of the guidance services, each student will be given an ODDOVTUUHY to discuss his plans and courses in an individual conference, These conferences are tak- ing place in F. C. l-l. S.'s new Guidance Office located in the center of the main building. 8 'ff 'w-M, Another dczy begins wnth on otmosphorc of friendliness 9 may Rachel Newbill and Jim Paindexter are symbolic at the typical Franklin County High School girl and boy, The Iunchroorn crowd takes time out to watch the photographer. ,ev 5 fi , Caught unaware, the spectators show , L- 0 ,nv W, N il varied expressions worn during a football game. lO ff jf! I W -4-,ss V' X J' . ,-'M' W" 1 inns qmqwl e?06lZf x Cynthia Low demonstrates 0 Lotin American rhythm to class mates during o Spanish closs period. The co-coptcifs of Franklin ond t-ioiitox County High Schoois Iisten intently os the referee gives pre-game instructions. up-nn. 5- Ss.. Head majoretre Morgue Wade leads the other mayoretfes Ann Anderson Betsy Clements Came Hol land and Hazel Holland IH a warm up routlne before parade txme Gnrls emoy the days annual pnctures are made Jump ball called durnng lost mnnute of a game l3 9 I H - 15,5 in 'af Qos- gh , . 9 .Q-M . 2 ' , wig. "Wf'i4.?1-31 if 'lfdff : 'V' fxg??Q?hf':Js.m Q, X ' R iff?" x 1 1 E 5 sf:-'-.9-3 ., ag '- ev' fi gm . 1 1:2-fmdx' xg . f- , ' " X v m-F1 f... 5 h , W , . iixf X ...ff -L + 'Wi if mga ww, M .3 Q' 2? 2 Zfwaif , ff f5f?',aaq.i?r 4 4QiS.f ,af n jx E ei, Qwgzmfm , F 1 f lr ffflffefuif The homecoming dance is one of the most enjoyable activities af the school year i7 E 1 I Q .Q Y 3 E .. ax 'VY Ar - vw Xl 0 Q. "va" 7 . , 1 o'.d L X '. , O. l I ,. if .Q ",.7 Q.: N .K X X ' T ' 3, ,Ts A I My .V Q I .3 N XJ x Q . v F 'I xvev . ,xi -pi, H' Y il V, .5 3, Y 'A' ' " 4' " 1 -x'x?af.,g 'nl 1' 4 ' 'E 'I' X I N .Uk 32 1 'fi' 7 i s Q1 KI t I 'L 156 5 F F' ' X , Q 9 W . 1- ' , N' Q ' - - f , if W . if 3 C- I nfam 1 1 'f I tj 1 ' 1 W 1 'U-L:-3 -'W A ,. v 5 x i V ,Q ' , T sf N ' ' if E L 'VEN-K-H ' 5' .. .,Jk.....-.-I ' L' 'V W ,, . A - V , L, V! 1 E131 l SKS' J Y ' ' 5 vc ' 'S at ii la! 1 , ll .I fl - 6' 71.o"'L ' , 1 ' 1 Q Q. 15- W h fx A K ,H VAV- My .ga .Y . Y ' 'uf Q2 K ' . Q". Q ' i E 24 5 x e i ' DEDICATIQN Once or twice in o lifetime eoch of us meets o person who profoundly influences our lives This person s effect upon us cis to o wciy of life ci thoroughness in work thot is chol lenging o sense of right thot cornpels , E - Q .-mv? X ,wa -M. -A: Our administrative leaders and instructors have guided us through a busy year at F. C. l-l. S. They have instructed, encouraged, counseled, and sponsored our many school activities. The result ot their valuable train- ing and guidance will live on through years to come. lSlllll'llll WYQZJQ The operatlon of Fronklln County Hugh School ns under the supervision of o speclally lected sfaff Mr Harold W Ramsey superlnfendent of Fronklun County Schools as recognnzcd throughout The store for hrs outstandlng leadershnp an educational fields Through expert supervuslon Prunclpal E A Bonner Mr Bruce M Kem OSSISTCIVW D""'TC'D0l COVVFGS Ol-If keeps Fronklm County I-hgh School ruhhlhg gmoofhly many of the chores nn the operation at our hugh school BLM LH IBLAMQ Q"Fl"".,., x W 22 ,h A ' ' ' se- N 7' 2Q.Q'f l ' ' i .A o 1 X-M 0- K , lo i 5 y ' U g wife x V4 r - -it c 6 L Jw 16171 3' Mr Cecsl Doss buslness monoger keeps the book store well supplled wnth all school supplies Mrs Jeanette Adkins ond Mrs Mar garet Motley secretarles serve the stu dents ond teachers of our school wrth efficiency ln addltnon to answermg tele phones glvzng mformatnon Issuing tordy slnps prepormg college transcripts for sensors corrymg messages and attend mg to the suck they assnst wzth the flnanclol records What ns more the render all thus servlce with o happy smule Q5 sf . l K ' 'AJ - A. Z' , - I 'f 4 - I 1 I I - 1 1 1 I I - 1 - I Y ' A tbl villilo O r T fichers LV L if cf pg' t Mr Bonner Mr, Lov ll jvtrs, dkins, and Mrs. D O students JDBC . orris discuss Ro yblrfcin ccywditi ns ot D, E. ond 5 f ff f l N Elizabeth Alexander, BA. English Frances Altizer Physical Education Margaret Amandolia General Business Mary B. Arrington, B.S. Art, English Nell Booth, BS. Civics, U. S. History Betty Bowman Business Shirley Brankley Physical Education, Girls' Bas ketball, Cheer Club Sponsor Robert Copenhayer, BAA. English Lula Cooper Typing . Q ilfuwg W 1 . A 5 ,' F V ,i l' i. ig! i iv, il,-Li... ,K Mr. Ben Divers, Jr., BS. Algebra . Mr. Cecil Doss, A.B. 1. Economics, Business Manager Mrs. Lois English, B.S. Science, Jr. Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor Mrs. Betty Finney, B.S. General Business, Typing Mr. Robert Fitts, BS. Biology, Math, Varsity Basket- ball Mr. Kermit Flora, BA. Science Mrs. Pauline Flora, BA. Algebra, Mathematics Mrs. Maggie Gardner, BS. Home Economics, F. l-l. A. Sponsor Miss Nannie Gravely, BS. Business Mr. Zeh proves he is a great help by keeping all school equipment in good working condition. contribute time 7 i IX C' Q V- gn., 25 Y'- if' "N Mrs. Kate Hamlin, BS. Assistant Librarian Miss Myrtle Harrison, B.A., M.A. Librarian, Library Club Spon- sor Mr, .lack Henderson, B.S. Physical Education, Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Bas- ketball ' Q Mr. Bobby Hodges, BS. 0 0 :Q Mathematics , 3 -.N 5 Mrs. Mabrey Hunt, BS. 5 Home Economics, F. H. A. if M it ,, Sponsor 5 Q if Miss Ruin Hunt, Bs. ' . English AU Mr. William Jamison, B.A. ,ak My, Agriculture, F. F. A. Sponsor Mr. Stafford Jones, BA. Physical Education, Baseball Mr. Ben Kissam, BS. Agriculture, F. F. A. Sponsor These new library club members will give hours of assistance to students checking out books. l-JA provide duties encourage study Making good use ot their time, these students st on the steps while they wait for thc next class Morris Law, BA., M.A. English, Guidance Director, F, T. A, Sponsor, Drarnatics Club Sponsor Elizabeth Lineberger, BS. Engl ish James Lovell, BS. Diversified Occupations, Bus- iness Law, D. D. Club Sponsor, Hi-Y Sponsor Mary Martin, B.S. World History, Typing Peggy Meade, BA. Band, English, Annual Sponsor Mickey Morris B.S. Distributive Education, Sci- ence, D. E. Club Sponsor Eunice M ers B S Y , .. Government, Senior Tri-Hi-Y Sponsor Nelson Payne, BS, Agriculture Nina Payne, BS. Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Physical Education Miss Naomi Prillman, BS. Mathematics, Beta Club Spon- sor I l ,. W Q A ig! Q Mr. Steve Richards, Jr., BS. gg, E if Q fbi, Athletic Director, Physical Ed- .u ,. ucation, Varsity Club Sponsor its . l.7i-::llwi -E 1 . 'lf' S ygQ3,,,,9,' , , Mr, Wyman Robbins, B.A. -. .- Biology, English, World Geog- t, , 4 i Egg,-15 4 "'t raphv, Newspaper Sponsor 3 S '-'Me' . Z :,-s - . 1' ff ,. l X - iff -Til? 'Z Mrs. Emily Robinson, B.A. 'X Spanish, Spanish Club Sponsor ' Mrs, Betty Shearer, BA. English Mrs. Jo Shively, BA, U. S, l-listory, Social Studies Miss Marilyne Sink, B,A, English Mrs. Lucille Thomas, AB. ""' Biology Mrs. Anne Thurman, B.A. Latin, Latin Club Sponsor The cheer leaders do their port to inspire the Eagles on to victory. support activities 28 A . P K w 1- it 5,1 "ft, IL4 is, I 'If:'5:"f" -Q--Qfw 6 at I .g f 1, n ,L 21 ' T I J . P ff d1rcct cxpcumcnts These budding students set up an experiment for electrolysis of water. Mrs. -Miss Mrs, Mrs, Mr. Mrs, Mrs. Mrs. Mr. Clycle Turner, BS. English Elsie Turner, BS. Social Studies, Penmanship Ida Turner Science, Mathematics Natalie West, BS U. S. History M. A, Williams, BA. Chemistry, Agriculture Mary Woody, BS. Home Economics, F, H, Sponsor W. H. Guyer Dietitian W. D. Peake Piano, Piano Club Sponsor Vernon Zen Building Custodian ..,, , ,. , , V . fi 4 A, N 1, .- 1, 'M,,,, O, -A ' "x,4x ' QN- 29 f' yi, C QM-M f Bk - raw: ,ww 2 IWA ' 4 ,, 3: .Z M s A M64 ' 2 i ,, gs lifil fllfffif N , Y ? 1: -A ,gsm -, -i 3 , Q ,5 4 WHL E Y l f' A 'L if 1' 9933- 1 1 if L , L Vai' Q' ' 1-. I -: 1, H , 87 ,, .54 si , ' V ' N - ,gg 1 a g f 1 , 45' 3 ' ,.,,, V Q 1 3 A S , Y 9 1. ii ei i? Qs i sf F 3 2 ? f ,5- fi r K f v , -. Q. s 2 - 1 5 2 ,Ili Q V nf, ff.. za, in A ,. :iw :gigs X? g a we sf 351: S. k 'Q 3? 3 Q sk Q E 2: .. 5 ,Sig M, W ig: Z ax 2 Q35 .Q if if fs. 1 Q1 ' X ,jf .iii " ...f 'L MQ g..,..,..,. lf, y 5,,..M Kg.,- These three students symbolize life at Franklin County High School, They repre- sent the classes, the class officers, and the class advisors, They recall to us the various programs and projects undertaken by the classes, and the skill with which these undertakings were achieved, ln addition, they typify the hopes and ambitions of each individual student in our school. LASSES Enghsh and farmgn languages WJ Cynthra Law and Butch Jarrett do an mterpretatlve dance of a Spanish rhythm to the music of the castanefs played by Richard Newbnll 32 1 ,. ,N ww' it ! A K,, , 3 create interest in other lands The language arts Englush as well as Latin and Spanish are vltal parts of our school lute ln Englrsh classes we seek to Improve our powers of Interpretation and expres slon Through the study of Latin we learn much concerning the habuts and customs of the ancient Romans as well as theur classical culture We learn also that many of our English words are derived from Latin In Spanrsh classes we learn the value of bemg able to converse modern languages Audrey Dudley dlagrams a sentence un Englnsh Dudley Sally Ferguson explains several Roman customs that these students will exhublt at the annual Latin Club banquet class for Ethel Mae Bowles Elizabeth Stone and Andrew Bl We learn science b Mr Kent explalns the operatlon of the coeffucnent of lunear expanslon apparatus to Gary Cooper Bud Jones Richard lkenberry and Rlchard Hubbard Because scuence plays such an Import ant part In our modern lufe the sclence department of Franklin County Hugh School strnves to teach us how to make the most of the thungs we have around us Many students are not only surprfsed to fund the many uses for science nn our everyday lnvnng but also discover It to be a fascmatmg occupation After completnng the science courses we go forth with a greater knowledge of the seemungly everyday thungs around us These biology students gaun flrst hand knowledge by dussectung a png f ,X X Z . 1 , I - I I ,ff If V ' ' ' V 1 V 1 , ,. or - r 34 f , 3 r V , f . 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Z'Li- XLJ LZ 1-rf Durlng a chemlstry class experlment' Dlckne Turner explauns the process of phy slcal dlstnllatron to Ronald Jamison, Cynthia Fralun Johnny Helms and Jean Robertson Mary Belle Mutchell Emalyn Vaughn Brenda Wray and Rodney Hamlnn patnently walt wuth Mr Wnlllarns to see the out come of the experament Mr Flora demonstrates to Grover Mulluns Georgla Anne Hunt and Bull Alexander the dlfferent ways an whnch energy can be changed from one form to another Precept and exper1mentat1on Math prepares students for vocauonal work if Q fn Duane Mattox Drckuc nnson Lea Townes and Brenda Bobbrtt wrrte therr algebra pro ms an the board to guve a Mathematrcs has become a neces slty for those students that plan to further therr education College courses have become almost entlrely dependent on math In some form or other therefore rt rs of great rm portance for a student to get a varled program of math rn hugh school We are proud at our math program here at FCHS because ut covers a broad fneld The average student starts out In algebra and by the tnme of hrs Completlon he will have also had plane and solnd geometry trrgo nometry and advanced algebra vrsual anaylsus of them fy If .41 1 Aflofllf 1' I DeMoss Prlce demonstrates e method of determrnmg the altrtude of a rnght trLer1Q'le 36 affix l 1 . I ' ' f . f .A x 1, , X ' S f A V I - , . . I . ,d . , 5 4. I km' 1 ' . " l" ' l Urrfs. 1..'. Lg,-1 .V HA lj, U yr If V-. " " A , ' ' f - 4 ll - ' I ' AJ . I 7.9. fi lv ,rf I Aff. . th . . . ' . c X 4 . ' I P 1, " l Q 1 ' - ' 1' " ' A 'Z' 2' .V , Ry? , Q w .S 5 . i , . It N. K -I . x " raw! Klum . X I Y 654. 'f wr 3 X .' n I V ff w if Social Studies rc-creates thc past Social Studies at Franklin County High School include American history, world history, civics, government, economics, and world geography. The purpose of these classes is to broaden the outlook of students to give a knowledge of the past in order to give a better understanding of the present, and to help the students make intelligent de cisions later when the responsibilities of citizenship rest upon them F' A birthday party was given by the government classes as a part of their class program in recognition of United Nations Day Carl Kirk Mickey Babb Geraldine Hodges and Juanita Belcher trace the westward movement of the early pioneers in their history class .-,g-,,,,,,,,.....-f- ff li' 37 I . ni f A, . - 3 , . P50 at ' ' X ll t' ---'M H'-"' fa' Vu- S . l 4 . in i it l . W ? 7 K - r , f I4 Q i Q. ,- l R V , V A ed' Y. r ' A F NAQ1 N-t' - l 5 -3 ' ,: E ' 1, . . N , 5 - 5, . if I 1 X ., VIVg 5 ' 'J r ' I A l fl N. l r 3 1 I L 7 ll' 4 . Ai Carolyn Doyle and Rachel Robertson learn the pro cess of operatnng a sewing machlne The Homemakmg Educatlon Program trues to help gurls to understand better thenr personal development and theur con trnbutuon toward happy wholesome famuly lafe today as the background for well ad pusted famulnes of tomorrow Emphasis IS placed throughout the ID structnonal program on health creatnng of working together management or re sources tume energy and money well as the mechamcs of housekeepung These Home Economics gurls are shown by Vlrgnma Dare Natl how to make attractive Chrlstmas pack ages by usmg last year s wrappungs rlbbons and cards 9 Home Economics and Vocational Agriculture and appreciating beauty, democlratic ways -' , I , - as Q S 3 .1 t A 1 cultwate effecuve home hvmg wfwlf6Q"'Q 1 -A QQ ASS-w The vullcge blccksmuth once worked Under the Junuors ond Sennors receuve Instructions for a Spreading Chestnut Tree Jockue Vvncent ond J B new system of record keeplng wh1ch IS beang used Anderson con be seen uslng modern equipment thus year for the first tlme Leornlng to do us port of the F F A Lelond Gardner ond Berlln Bowman are constructung o form trorler under the supervusuon of W R Jornnson 39 s r t . P , 5 , H 1 1 fir, Q f , t f , A 1 fb, K 25 K - 1' e e 4' . L fr Q . e rr We I Q , ,Ze 1 :A X . -A - g fs im, , i g ' P t L A gtt..1:1:2-,- m bf' 5 t 7 v - K ' fi 5 ' .L 1 ' ,. M -A ,- ' , - We prepare for the business World ses' Typing students realize that "Practice Makes Perfect." Through courses in shorthand, typing, and bookkeeping, the business education department prepares its students to secure business positions. Although a large number of our students choose typing as preparation for college or for personal use they apply their skill to assist teach- ers in the preparation of instruc- tional materials and school pub- lications. A course in office practice offers students the opportunity of learning to operate the many office ma- chines with accuracy and skill. by learning and practicing Miss Charlotte Seegars speaks to the D.E. class on Human Relations in Business as a part of their train- ing program. DE students spend a portion of each day practicing what they have learned. f if it , is 't' is-+ ,M ei, wi - , 31 --Pi f i' 'iii 'tiifk if , , L,-r ggi bs., . ,pf , Uri-xg fn . 4 r ..- ' I Frances Anderson gives a sales demonstration to her class on Monarch peaches, After a demonstration has been given, students give constructive criticisms on how each one may become a better salesman. Shirley Guthrie, Peggy Quinn, Ann Lumsdem, Faye Haskins, and Shiree Bernard try to reach IOO words per minute in shorthand class before the Christmas va:ation. 'N Y: ' --QJ Q 't J is eggs.. mile' Physical Education provides recreation Strength is tested as these girls attempt to build a human pyramid. The physical education program provides many sports for both girls and boys. Sports for the girls include volleyball, basketball, softball, soccer and tumbling. lnterscholastic sports for boys consists of football, basket- ball, baseball, and track. Co-recreational activities are pro- vided each week. Folk dancing, square dancing, and class competition are a part of this program. Development of coordination is an aim of Mr. Richards Phsy. Ed. class. An appreciation of music is not limited to those students taking private piano les- sons, band, and choral training, All stu- dents have many opportunities to hear these musical groups during the course of a school year-football games, assemblies, seasonal programs, recitals, graduation exercises, and concerts. These perform- ances also give the performers an excel- lent chance to demonstrate their talents or abilities, This process enables students to gain a sense of stage presence which they would not otherwise obtain. Mrs, Payne and the alto section of the mixed chorus rehearse a difficult passage Music interests all students The bond prepares to march downfield at game time to play The Star Spangled Bonnet M717 1, . as 3-5- , , ' -'s"f"" ,My ,N A 3 f , I, V ... I x , 'fin-:fwmul -1'9" .-,Wi ' - ', W' - 'WVR 'Q"v"wTfQ':. Yi r "7 ,N 'ir' Qxggggw The Senior Class of l959 bestowed the honor of being elected a class officer upon Bob Selkirk, Sharon Belcher and Cordell Bowman. Bob is president, Sharon, secretary-treasurer, and Cordell, vice-president. THE E ICR CLASS As a class of l959, we are beginning to realize that there are many decisions ahead of us. Shall we continue school and enjoy our glorious carefree days, shall we be forced to go to work and earn our living, shall we get married, or shall we do all three? Whatever the choice, gone are the days of our "apple polish," reasons for certain kinds of excuses, hunting lost workbooks, corridor strolling, and hoping F. C. H. S. will win. Yes, we shall long hear that second bell and even a roll call, as we look back an our lives as students. We can remember that we played an important role in making our school what it is. School has not been mere- ly a preparation for life, rather it has been a most active and colorful port of our living. JAMES CLAYTON AL-VICE Wirtz, Virginia CLAES 195 UNDA FAYE ANDERSON Sydnfirsvilie, Virginia AE' REBECCA FINNEY AMOS Sydnorsville, Virginia JULIA ANN ANDERSON Boones Mill, Virginia Being measured for rings is on exciting moment for these juniors. RUTH PARCELL ANDERSON Rocky Mount, Virginia liwfi JAMES THOMAS BARBOUR Martinsville, Virginia 90" .5 A 'TWV ELIZABETH ANN BOWLES Calloway, Virginia C L AE S 19 59. PEGGY MAE BOWLES Rocky Mount, Virginio V71 MILDRED ADENE BOWLES Rocky Mount, Virginio MILTON THURMAN BOWLES Collcwoy, Virginia f'Fighf, Fighf, boskerboll game. CORDELL FREDERICK BOWMAN Boones Mill, Virginia Fight" Cheerleaders worm up for o GLORIA FAYE BOWMAN Rockv Mount, Virginia li 'UQ 09' 22 , MITCHELL BENJAMIN MARY JOANN BROWN ROBERT TAYLOR BRUGH BOWMAN Rocky Mount, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia Boones Mill, Virginia Judy Worley and visiting girls scramble for the bali during a home game. ROSS WAYNE BUSSEY Rocky Mount, Virginia RUTH EVELYN BUSSEY Rocky Mount, Virginia 3.4 ,fx THE S NIOR JACK JUNIOR BYRD Rocky Mount, Virginia , gi. 195' I 'OW '?""' REVA CARTER MARY JANE CLARK BLANTON WAYNE COOPER Rocky Mount, Virginia Henry, Virginia Rockv Mount, Virginia CLASS 1959. GARY LEE COOPER Rocky Mount, Virginia irvifx Homecoming Queen and Maid-of-Honor are pre sented to the crowd ot halftime. LAURA ANGELL COOPER Boones Mill, Virginia ANNA JEAN CRUM Redwood, Virginia V xx YW Cjfr I ELVIN MONROE DAVIS Martinsville, Virginia 'YQ Tv , RICHARD OLIVER DEHART ROBERT CARTER DICKINSON Henry, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia I ,r ,iii K ,z ,:i.,.4f' A a , 'i ?.sy-kisqgt 'fr A JLL243, A-wwf-N V 4 vgfwrf, THE SENIOR Edward Crook and Lech Sink were selected as a typical Spanish boy and girl. h LLOYD WAYNE DILLON 'X Monera, Virginia JOSEPH TAYLOR DIVERS RONALD DEAN DOYLE fl Rocky Mount, Virginia Martinsville, Virginia fl man., VX '!""'-. RICHARD POWELL DUDLEY NANCY LEE EAMES LARRY DENWOOD FEAZELL: Rocky Mount Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia Calloway, Virginio Jimmy Housmon ond Richard La Pradd engoy the first snow of the season. NANCY MARY FISHER Boones Mill, Virginia HARRIET ANN FLORA Boones Mill, Virginia x . M1 ,Q fx L 'if ails 'Ds g.,,,.., K... dffx CW DORIS NERINE FOSTER WILLIAM DONALD FOSTER CYNTHIA ANN FRALIN Ruckx' Mount, Virgumo Rocky Mount, Vnrgmio Glade Hill, Virginia F: 'fi ki i N, , I+' Aj '1 R' .K ' I .P I F 1 I ,.. j .I f' 'Qt I N- It TH I1 SENIOR 4 ,,f,f.'- H - 'I I fr - . ,A ' R' Q L Q ' y4 L tj I QQ 1 fB Mrg AILxomILr's Imfnwroorrw group rec mos tracts during porty. ELIZABETH JANE FRALIN Rocky Mcuunt, VITQIYWIO ewes, Chrustv EDWIN WAYNE FRANCE Fcrrum, Virginia FRANK RENFORD FRANCE Penhook, Virginio JQXQ 'T 'Q' J' 'fl -vu-v -- ex Cx I 4 QE., if-H FRANCES LANE FRANKLIN JOHN HENRY GREER NANCY REBECCA Rocky Mount, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia CLASS 1959. COY LEE GUILLIAMS Callaway, Virginia , R GRINDSTAFF Martinsville, Virginia ,Q xv 1 frlflli 4 Girls dance to "Rock-'n-Roll" music at their Physical Education party, MATTIE GAY GUlLLlAMS Eerrum, Virginia EMMETT LEON GUNTER Sydnorsville, Virginia 'iff ,Xi 'FEI' ALVA WAYNE GUTHRIE DORIS FRANCES HALE WILLIAM ROGER HALE Boones Mill, Virginia Ferrum, Virginia Ferrum, Virginia Danny Burnett pulls money fro high salesman of magazines. SONJA JUNE HALL Redwood, Virginic m fishbowl as the day's JAMES LYNWOOD HANDY Ferrum, Virginia THE SENIOR NANCY ALTICE HARRISON Rocky Mount, Virginia i wt' VIVIAN JEANETTE HATCHER CLASS 1959 BARBARA ALLEN HODGES Rocky Mount, Virginia 'SUN 'Q"" ADELAIDE HELMS ALLEN FORREST HODGES Boones Mill Virginia Rocky Mount Virginia Spanish students scramble or candy after breaking the pinata. CECIL EUNIS HODGES, JR. Rocky Mount, Virginia K JOYCE ANN HODGES Rocky Mount, Virginia GF' pf-fx 'B --x fflfh fl I 1 , 1' HAZEL VIRGINIA HOLLAND DICIE ANN HOLLEY MARY ANN HOLLEY - I Glade Hill, Virginia Henry, Virginia Wirtz, Virginia' i I' , I ' I v V, i I I l E E F Annual members rest in front of the drug stare ot S.l.P.A. RICHARD LEE HUBBARD Glade Hill, Virginia QI i..Xi NT, REBA CATHERINE HUDSON Rocky Mount, Virginia ""N,o. Q- GC-7 ' Ti' R T H E 's ' DULCIE MAUDE HUNT Rocky Mount, Virginia 'Vx -7. F DONALD HUTCHERSON RICHARD LAWSON BETTY JANE INGRAM Rocky Mount Vlrgvnlo IKENBERRY Henry Vlrglnlo IRIS LEE INGRAM PATSY KATHRYN JAMES TOMMY DENFORT JOHNSON Henry, Virginia Boones MIII Vlrglmo Ferrum Vurgmlo If 1'- Mx QQ' '-in -awk- fi BARBARA JEAN JONES BUD CLAY JONES PATRICIA ANN LAPRADE Rocky Mount, Vurqnnua Rocky Mount, Vnrgtnta Rocky Mount, Virgnnna New mcmbcw practrcc dauly to become QIIQIIDIQ tor advanced bond, ERANKIE JEAN LAVENDER Hardy, Virglnia Q in CYNTHIA ANN LAW Rocky Mount, Vtrqnnua 'EFI THE ICR KENNETH WAYNE LAYMAN Rocky Mount, Vtrginua Ng. za , zu- MARGARET LEE JAMES HARRY LOVELL FORREST LEE LUMSDEN Rvcky Muunt, Vrrgmiq Henry, Vnrgnmo Wlrfz, VIFQIUIO ' hw! of f CLASS 19?9. JANET YVONNE LYNCH Rwcky NXOUNT, VITQIYWIO Th Molorctfcs folk to Glono Bowman whsle wosfmq Y Q bond to D VVILUAM DELANO SHELBY JEAN MCCRICKARD MCCRICKARD Pgnhggk' Vfrglmg Pcnhmyl-L, Vlrglmo 19"-'L 5? If 5 mich' JAMES NORMAN MCGHEE ROBERT CHAPMAN MCGUIRE SHELBY DEAN MATTOX ROCEY Mount, Virginia Hordy, Virginia Rockv Mount, Virginia These couples dance to the music fhorne's combo. ALGERNON MORRIS MAXEY Callaway, Virgmio i of Bill How- WILLIAM EUGENE MAXEY Calloway, Virginia 639' THE SE ICR SHELBY RAY MEADOW Bornricw Mill, Virginia 1 ,x 'CT' in 4 xl ix- DREMA GAYLE MEADOWS SHELBERN EUGENE MEEKS JOHNNIE LEE METZ Pcnhlloly Virgmlo Rncky Mount, Vurglnro Glade Hill, Vurglmo CLA S 1959. JOYCE ANN MILLIRON BWYDVWR fvllllx Vlrqlnug Cqligfhcnlcg begun 0 Qerlfld of gporfg f0r Yl16SE' gurl Gosh dov ALEXANDER WRAY Ml B'fi'nQs Mull, Vurginvo 'in--" LLS FRANCES LOUISE MINNIX Roclcv Mflunt, Vergnmo -fv ,X 1--' Wan., WALTER LELAND MITCHELL SALLY MARlE NAFF WINFRED EARL NAFF Rocky Mount, Virginia Boones Mill, Virginia Boones Mill, Virginia Cordell awman congratulates Mitchell Bowman for being elect student body vice-president, LIZABETH RACHEL THE SENIOR NEWBILL SHIRLEY MARlE NUNLEY MATTIE DIANE OAKES YW ll -'?'5 Virginia Boones Mill, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia gr? 4, in A N-,NN MARY LEE PENDLETON Ferrum, Vnrgmlo CLASS 1959. PEGGY ANN PLYBON AAQrtnnsvvTlQ, VIVQIHIC 'lf' as 7 TERRY LEE PERDUE ROBERT KENNETH PETERS Rocky Mount, Virgmuo Boones Mull Vurgmucz An assembly ccrwcludee th mogozmc mlm compougn smfvnxczrccf Inv 1l'1C S JAMES DAVID POINDEXTER Rrwckv Mguunf, VirqmnCJ '52 si tvs, SYLVIA MAE POWELL JOYCE MARIE PRESTON CARLTON DQMOSS PRICE, Rocky Mount, Virginia Glade Hill, Virginia JR Wirrz, Virglmc Va-Ag bovs help repair damaged road afrcr the deep SHOW. FLOYD WAYNE PRILLAMAN Boones Mill, Virginia T H E ' 4 f .4 JACK DONNELL PRILLAMAN AUDREY LOUISE REYNOLDS Henry, Virginia Rockv Mount, Virginia IOR in--Q N1 ERNA GALE REYNOLDS PATRICVX ANNE REYNOLDS BERNNCE JEAN ROBERTSON I HI V Rocky Nifmmf, Vvrgxmo The football boys wgrm up with QxerCl5Cs befqm FRANCES ANNE ROBERTSON Hardy, Vnrgmzo 5- x 'T REATHER NADINE CLARA MAE RUTROUGH LAWRENCE ARNOLD SAUL ROBERTSON Boorwcw Mull, Vargmno Rocky Mount, Virgmlo ROCky Mount, XXIVQIVWNO 1 ,fm-'1 ,L ,., ' A .. ki. f' ' ' , a"'QAgm? A A . Q, .X L' Blanton Cooper leads the bond an the 5 offer 0 touchdcfwn HENRY WALTER SCOTT ECrrur'n, VMQIHIO qu-- Chocvl Song MARVIN LYNN SCRUGGS Wrrtz, Vnrgirmio any 'X THE NIOR BOBBY NELSON SELKNRK Boones Mull, Vwrgmuo 39x Q W . pu-'Ax fb i 4 ls H? 51:53, WALTER EDGAR SHELTON, ELBERT CLARENCE JAMES RICHARD SHIVELY JR. Bent Mountain, Vnrginio CLASS 1959. JUANITA VIVIAN SIGMON Ferrum, Vlrgmlo SHIVELY, JR Fcrrum, Virgimo Ferrum, Virgimo The senior class holds fOr the new year. DJANE ETHEL SINK Sydnorsvillc, Virginia Q51- o meeting To elect officers LAWRENCE WILSIE SINK Wirtz, Virgmio ins... C.as'N. 3.0-' ..,' MAIQTHA SINK CAROL ILA SMKTH COY VERNON SOWDER Wfirfy, Virginia Buivncx Mill, Virginia Collcwoy, Virginia The homecoming doncc many spectators. ROSIE GRACE STONE Howry, Virgirilc '67 it 9 Hoor show is Criiovcd by ORREN KiNSEY TENCH, JR Pcnhook, Virginia THE SENIOR MARY KATHRYN THOMAS Boones Mill, Virginia UQ 1 gan.,- -fx QQ SHELBY JEAN THOMPSON VIRGIL LEE THOMPSON MARILYN JOANNE Rnd-.y Mriunf, Virginia Ecrrum, Virginio THURWWN 1'!a 0 Jw 1 CLALL 1959. SANDRA LEE TUCKLOFF Rugiqy Mmini, Virginia Si Wirtz, Virginio THQ Qffrqqtivc mic scown DONALD WAYNE TURNER RQCRV Mount, Virginia shox'-cos F3 Dorrrovs fhe coming Yule- JOEL WALTER TURNER Union Holi, Virginia lux rx' 1 2' 1 Z? I ADA ADELINE VIA MARGIE PAYE WADE CHARLES DAVID WAGNER Hwrvv, Vurqxmn IQICIQV MIILJIWII VIVQITTIC FCfl'ur'rw, Vxrgnmc 'vfr Jing-x has other Interests Iwevdes teaching 5ChmaI REEA JEANETTE WALKER pvnI1UOk, Vxrgmlc M,-Iv' RONALD CALVIN WALKER PUrwI11,1uIf,, VIIFQIYWIC THE S ICR TOMMY LEWIS WEBSTER Booncg MIII, Vwgmiq 45 4. I , is-.. - Q. if JACOUELYN KING WHITSEL BETTY JANE WILLARD GERALD RAY WILLIE Qfcky Mrvmnnt, Virqmuo Unirm Hall, Vrrgmio Calloway, Vurginio an CLASS 1959. CHARLES CLEMENT VVISEMAN E' 'nos Mall, Vlrqmlfl ll SYLMCHTQ rvlczx fun The frmnf lawn durmcg firxf lunch Lvvrrfwf, RUCKER M4 WITCHER, JR W1rrz, Virqmio FH 've " MARY ELLEN WOODIE Ferrum, Vnrgmno Q EDITH LOGENE WOODS ALICE LUCILLE WOODY Ferrum, Virginia Rocky Mount, Virginia E IOR Egfr .C 'bs -sg-'K Befa Club members work on prize winning float. These girls cafch up on their gossip before School begins. GORDON HAYWOOD JOHNNY WAYNE WORLEY WRAY, JR. WILLIAM HERBERT WRAY Ferrum, Virginia vm- A Ferrum, Virginia ons-5, Callaway, Virginia 1 'T in LH- U A ,IZ eyffzenkzlbffz The students of Fronklin County High School will olwoys feel ci deep odmircxtion ond hove o ploce in their heorts for MR. ELTON A. BONNER. We wish him every success in his new position os principol of Jomes' Madison High School in Foirfox County, Virginia J, in 15,44 i mf 5 -1 ,ff 5-1 Vszw ,af 4 K .- vm., sf. .x. H f - ffl, Msymgiwz 7 'f . "law iff' The Junior Class elected as its officers for l958-l959--Johnny Montgomery-Vice-president, P. B. Lati- mer-Treasurer, Benny Flora-President, Faye France-Secretary. THE JU WOR CLASS For the juniors this has been a year of anti- cipation and hard work, We finally became known as upperclassmen and learned to take the responsibilities that come with this achievement, For some it meant eligibility for membership of the Hi-Y, Tri-Hi-Y, and Beta Club, Others learned the meaning of becom- ing officers of various clubs. Along with the studies our year has been filled with varied activities. The big social event for every junior was the Junior-Senior Prom. Hours of work and preparation went in- to this dance. The reward was a wonderful evening and the thought that next year we would be the honored guests. Ruth Adams Earl Akers Herbert Altice Raymond Altice Jean Angel Romana Angell Marie Angle Elwood Asburry Freda Ashworth Lillie Austin Emily Sue Ayers Norma Barger Terry Barger IU fax ,pat 4X 0 ' 1 K , X X' I 'Aff .f. l3i s.lix '.e125v2 1, ,, . . . gg: ,2,g't:. ..., Q F- ,-fp .. -Q 1:1212 K W ri ,vw ffxfvw. , 55115 -1 i Patricia Barnhart ,B me :Q Sue Barnhcrt Charlotte Basham Reed Beard Shirley Beckner Bobby Beeghly She-rrard Bennett Harold Bernard Fred Blackwell Allie Mae Blankenship Herman B:anl4ensl'1ip all -7 r W. if N: 'N AM.. lg 'vs '- Q 'fin 0, D+ 0 'Q 'N .- B at f ff,- fg 62 Y QM. if 1 ,K . is 7PxK .S shi' ,er v 'Q pn, , ,vs as S sf V r in-.W S., ,QQ 'Ds ,ii G.f 'vs Q 'eg-f - ,vu f , ,.. Y 'fn s I in -.., Q.. ,x 'T' ai' X in "'I?':f Q, . WTI 4-s. 13 M ,- ff' L.. '19, 1 5 -.ef .. ll H- M on by fx I we -v.fi,f. f 3 X usa . 5+ f 3, 'Q pg- ,so x ' 4 wr-X 43, .ii 2, N ci Tw .IUNIO Jerry Blankenship Ballard Ballings Suzanne Booth. Roy Boonex -'xt' L, , x J' ,J Larry Bowling Shirley Bowling Ethel Mae Bowles Wylenio Bowman Jimmy Brattan Silas Bradner Jerry Brooks Carolyn Brown Lottie Brown Ruby Brubaker Brenda Burngardner Betty Mae Coll x Glen Connaday Foye Carter lrene Carter Alice Clingenpeel Edward Craighead Howard Crook Ronnie Crouzh Daphene Cundiff 1. A1 '4 Kk, Lf' SM.: t , CLASS Margie Dalton Rebecca Davidson Bill Davis Catherine Davis Elmer Davis Marlon Davis Emma Dillon Jerry Dillon Rhodessa Dillon Andrew Dudley Audrey Dudley Gayle Dudley Bernice Eames Peggy Eanes Alyeene English Donnie Farris Betty Ferguson Doris Fisher Galen Fisher Wilenia Fisher Benny Flora Leland Flora Sarah Mae Flora Peggy Forbes ,..-., 157' ax is ,f V' Me 1 . 11 . 40 Us 4, X -,.,, 'V rv-Q ir- . ' ' 'Ts X. Q in X in ' P C' YT' 19" kyr 'K ,.... ,CN A., . Y' i -gi. iii-gk, .. W xQ':'rf,..i-iz.: V rw ,,-, XX 9, w x... 5 - u 1. r Q 4' -my V it 5 :OX fx AN' 155 ,ap IU" f..fw Q 1-as ,, Af in- 511- ' ,pcm dk we V iff 7 ,.- v if if-' idly f'-f X ur-ef DN 'K' g..L . 9 Ag E es 'QV 1 Ali f I 'L .1 01 Q.- r Marvin Lee Foster A. G. Frolin Faye France Gay Frith 1 gk. if , 1, I. ,IJ ,L I . fy, .f' 1' AJ'l ' 'Jody Frith George Frye Alice Fulcher Cardwell Garst Wayne Gearheart Margaret Goode James Guilliams Bobby Guthrie Shirley Guthrie Garland Hall George Hall Nancy Hall Phyllis Hall Rodney Hamlin Cecil Handy Nancy Harrison Faye Haskins Bobby Hafchett Johnny Helms Carolyn Heckman ,FH Jean Hicks Donny Hodges Iris Hodges Noncie Hodges Potricio Hodges Richard Hodges Douglos Hodges JoAnn Holland Margie Faye Holland Poul Hollond Shirley Holly Jean Housmon Mike Hundley Rebecca Handley David Hunt Elaine Hurd Anne Hutchinson Ronold Jamison Betty Jones Eldeon Jones Hozel Jones Nelson Jones John Joplin Morcille Johnson da. 'X ,fy -'N ff" as 11? JUNIOR Eiic Knorr LCC Kent Mike Kcrvr L uw- KHWTJVVX P B Lotlmcr HMV Lqv. GQHWCTT Lan CCF' Lax-.rrnm Dcfv Lowrerwcc R' 'weld Lfqckhcff Ann l.LIV'W',l1L'VW Ruby Lumxrivvw Hannah Mcrtm Norma Motthcv-5 BQHV Lou Mervcfec VV D Mcvcrwgor Loretto McE3r:dc Bfbhv McGhg0 Modclvrwc McGuNfc Judv MCMxnnns Bob Mvllxron Shirley Mxnnxx Duomo Mitchell Mary Beflc Mnrchcw CLA S x I , Jfwhnny AAf7I'1fQf,I'T1l' Moxanc Morqqrw 'L i""N.X, ,mclo NO 3 f 5 N rw , 1. EIOIHC Nlullinx I 1 ' H If 'nf R i X. Al r 5. I l-'gl sa fr gi -. Vlfglnlfl DON N011 Dalcvrcs Oworxrrfsvf Bctfv Lau Paqaw Chorlottc Pgqona Janc Darccll Carolvn Pavel Paige Perdue Wendell Perdue Jimmy Pmckard Charles Poindcxmr Laxcmc Pamdcxfcr Amos Prallamarw Charlene Prillamon Dan Prillamon Sherrill Prillamon Peggv Qwm Pete Rakes Carlton Ramsey Shirley Ramsey Marea Ruff 'll' ,-in 4? ins N---" -QQ 4,-L, C. '1TT.7 W. sw., 4' 'ff' agp , AJ' S ?x9" GN SN, rv: .T R T- Sn- - if 1:-" K g 5 x T7 15" CLAW Scarlett Turner Linda Tyree Emalyn Vaughn Shelby Webb Nancy Webster Sue Whitlock Betsy Whitlaw Bobby Whitlow Nancy Williams Rachel Williams Robert Williams Estelle Wimmer Donnie Wood Carolyn Woods Betty Woody Judy Worley Ann Wray Barbara Wray Betty Wray Bobby Wray Brenda Wray Ethel Wright Junior Wright Etta Mae Young IIA 'N 1. F 'US 'fs 1"""' Q" Y-r is g..f L. sf-f-., B76 T5 iq:-.ff X 453 lin Qi" ,fr-g vu '.,,- 4' ln s. .Q re-A ,E ,V -45 e-..-, Us 'ifgaia -f,. ,ww K if r- Hy lf G k rv ,. -. t .M K. , , rr r' K :7i 'Q':.Q' iff y -'ff ' , gzwpt H.: N - .f,NAg.L J .. YQ tpafv qgfv ,vw elif .aa A' K A XJ K Q' I W ' J isa, vm, The Eagles go back onto Brenda Wroy tries to escape from Renford Fronce os they frolic between classes. ,v,,,,...,-w- L 2 Sgr. :n 1- ez M E 4, ,fp 5 ! I f WT' i --i r 3, ' ' 4' K sive. Richard lkenberry and Donnie Hutcherson lower theatrical lights to get the desired lighting effects dur! ing the production of "The Egg and I," '-Qylv The highlight of the Christmas season was the pageant given iointly by thc band, rnixcd chorus, girls chorus, and dramatics club. Excitement reigns on the Drewry Mason bench as the Eagles put pressure on the Spartans. This was a home garne, and although the Eagles lost they played with rernarkable spirit and determination. t,"""s w .P i' gi- Mamie FS' A f,iig,,, N11-f s Misa N, l- fe, W W :F K 1 i X W X 'S Q is x 4 sas I a ' ' E E I 1 -,., 21. " LW f 5-.Q 355331 f -P' 'Ass ,Q A115 T? if", Sophomore homeroom presidents are Patsy Young, Ray Boone, Eunice Barbour, Jerry Adcock, Carrie Holland, Sara Mills, and Mary Vaughn Webb. THE TE TH GRADE With almost two years behind us and two ahead, we think with pleasure of the past and look to the future with expectation. We now realize more than ever how much our school days can mean to us, and we want 66 to make the most of them. lt is our wish that through ambition, hard work, C00pera- tion, and school spirit we may each give our best and make these years useful and happy for our classmates, cur teachers, our school, and ourselves. 'HO 4 Jerry Adcock Perry Adcock Janice Akers Selma Akers Steve Akers Panny Altice 4Janice Altice Ruth Altice A , I 'X 4. 'ft .1 5 l , 5 x S' ,t li 1 1 I , i r i Corrine Amos Francis Amos Brenda Anderson Rebecca Angel Richard Angell Wayne Angell Win Angle Mike Arrington Rosemary Ayers Margie Bailey Eunice Barbour Richard Barnhart Wayne Barton Larry Basham Johnny Beckner Connie Bennett 53- ,VW A A M A ig I . -, . qw R 1 . W "if .f iw rw Ml' Q,,,fv,kv 'L sv n? .1 i ., Ak rf I 7, ,V,,, iii G, ,V N " O! X' 1 -L f ,it K Wt AU f A912151 ws' i 'X www N mlffx c s ,Q 1 A Q it T257 .xx M is., 'CM -ve CS fi", .x 51:1-.,-, -qfbem X , Il w'g if Ngfbwf ,r-'gl , W 5 1- 1 'NV' 'reg Us ' " ".Bv X f""',c ,fx 'S ICN. jf.. fc.. CN Wi s- ' X wg -...-f ,ff- IV! 'FX M ,ro , we fvr' l' '42 ., sv,-N... Nvnsunrl 6 l fi spy-f Yfvvl 31 'l-Q, -'Vx 2 f .fe M V We ii 'N JQCN 13 M- B ,Q i W' nee, -l , '15 4 ,,,,,, : V qw gf fl- N i .. Q...- GP Jimmy Bennett Shelby Bernard Thomas Blackwe QMOR Jffylww' pgvvf' in - , Betty Lou Blanke s Lindo Blankensh Brenda Babbitt Eugene Boitnoit Norma Bousmon l . N 1 V Gene Bowles Harold Bowles Judy Bowles Donald Bowling Gary Bowling Sandra Bowling Joyce Bradner Douglas Brooks Neva Brooks Nora Brooks David Brown Dickie Brown Dotsie Brown Evelyn Brown Jackson Brown Nancy Brown f '4.. " ,E 4412 Q f " . J .1 ff' ipkl . in I 1 , li . b' L. h I x 1 il , J -4 J , . l 5 .1 v ,wif CLASS . I os, Y 0 Jerry Bryant Linda Campbell Donna Cannaday Jesse Cannaday Francis Carter Ray Carter Judy Chitwood Carolyn Clements .. 4'1 . I :K X I' A -.f , . fl l I i -P 4 . A A .- Linda Clements Wayne Clemons Arville Collins Brenda Compton Catherine Conner Sam Cook Kitty Cooper Lawrence Cooper Martha Cooper Ruth Craddock Emory Crum Bobby Cundiff Lorraine Custer Bernice Dalton Glenn Davis Mary Ellen Davis is if l ve fv- bt 4. x s ,QR CN ,iv Q ' f -, Q5 ,po- PU AV! L, . qs 'I fi '-ew. vw' W. L ff a 'M r, fv -15 .wwe ,gn-,HC 7 A 1' A i' 'Y 15 v . L wel in sg qt-, Yr" 'W Qs., f, CN Nuys- -g an Yr io' in iv ln,-'X 2 air 6' F f 4.-it 'if ex lm J -- Q 1 , Q L ri-I in, gi 7 il 2, Zh ei , X N- . Q-. .-o- ' if - ls.,- s. . X -1 we 'Qi Us Us iii ps ,. -4.. - .f if is 4, , i,,.s.. . f LL., ew 2 X -if -, ' 2, FSM L 18 ,pl W 415 -vs W...-' OPHO GRE Sue Davis Linda DeHart Alton Dent Patricia Dillon ,V 'J Danny Dodson Linda Dowdy eff. f Lois Doyle Richard Doyle P' Q, f Riley Dudley Dorothy Eames Roxie Eames Juanita Evans Ronnie Feazelle Carol Ann Ferguson Mary Louise Ferguson Ronnie Ferguson Sally Ferguson Danny Ferris Evelyn Fink G. W, Fisher Norma Fisher Stewart Fleshrnan Gorman Flora Larry Foster l CLASS I Mary Ellen Foster Brenda Franklin Jo Ann Gillespie Jimmy Graham Joyce Graham Patricia Green Eddie Grindstaff P. K, Gruver 1' .ff . 1 Jerry Guilliams Julia Guilliams Ray Guillioms Sandra Guilliams Shelby Guilliams Junior Gusler Brenda Hale James Hale Don Hall Linda Faye Hall Mike Hall Nancy Hall Sarah Hall Glenn Hartman Anne Hodges Carmen Hodges "1"-1' lc EA 'Wa-1 X F2 .ii G f P ff? ii 5' tg, g W ,, A r ig' rv ve Now -vs ' 1 A . ,Q IS C' Is..-.. 'C M- CN 1 , S+ -- .. ' W af i 41 'X N a ' 'MX yi, lg . 7-i.:.i37' ,fl iq, R , , 4 J , . s X15 . it :gs ,rs xi QF. ' 1 K 32: X. K . 5 E ,Q r-xl K 'N ,. E ia. M "4 , 2 if - ' is . R M .A I if ' 1 D v ,g 'X ' EL-A ,jf 2- , we O'- Q., CN 'C' vi l"s f fi " A at ' ,N , .l 7' . 1 If 3 1 X SOPHO Daniel Hodges Jay Hodges Jesse Hodges Mary Edd Hodges Mary Elizabeth Hodges Ray Hodges Carrie Holland Everett Holland Walter Holland Pauline Holley Ronald Holley Potty Holsclaw Walter Housman George Hubbard Patricia Hudson Carolyn Hundley Edith Hunt Russell Hunt Leonard Ingram Kay James Genevieve Jamison Janet Jamison Butch Jarrett Janet Jefferson ORE Owen Jenkins Ruth Johnson Nancy Jones Patricia Jones Peggy Janes Alice Kessler Joyce King Karen Kiser Q I 1 i. Creed Law Patsy Low Wayne Layman Julia Lovell Ann Lynch Betty Ja Lynch Peggy Lynch Darrius McBride Joyce McBride " l 'P Diane McCall Barbara Martin Diana Martin Mary Kay Martin Wilson Mason X 'H v- Joan Matherly Bertie Meador i 1:5 - "M rye" X ci' We ' .-- " V 'AN' Ts A fv Ox 1 . , '5,,,,,-nf! -'QC' if sew L K s Q ,- rv "' Tr 11' gr? 4234. ,ff i , 'lm ,.,,, M s K Ng 'Q 4'1" 'xw-we mw- K i f S A If? -11. 'T- X ffl' l' .Q g sir 0 is X 4. X f K an lil if me N 'T Ce K is fr- si' 4 -Qu Sn r ,on,,f' if' 7' -'I A 'Sv g "3 'A' 'H ii ,avg 4" K . is ,X he i pw ATT, SOPHO ORE KJ Sara Mills x Elizabeth Minton , , It ffl, ,U ruff., Geraldine Morgan Bobby Moms " fl, Virgil Motley Ruth Mountcastle Jesse Mullins Kenneth Mullins Rachel Naff Alexis Nagy Richard Newbill Gene Nichols Betty Nolen Nancy Overstreet Agnes Pasley Gerald Pasley Evelyn Patterson Joann Perdue' Judy Perdue Pete Perdue Roger Perdue Shirley Ann Perdue Betty Peters Janet Peters , J' , .I h. . Lf 1.1! .f,. V 1 I CLASS , 'I Ir , i 1' l' X' llfl he 1 sl ll 1 .. flldd rl "'.A f ' 'V ,,., J...,1 f,- if L J , xi N I' Betty Powell Johnny Preston Stephen Preston Johnny Price Glenn Prillaman Catherine Prillaman Elizabeth Prillarnan Wayne Pugh ff! 1 W' . ' 2 ' 1 4 ,,. .ff ,. Glenwood Quinn Louise Quinn Wanda Quinn ,Victoria Rokes K 9' ,W ,fr 4:4 11' ,, .K .:f,.z Tony .Reedl K C. B. Reynolds Diane Rigney Brenda Robertson N. i" lf is i kGayneIIe Robertson Robert Scott Terry Scruggs Bgtty Shelton Billy Shelton Bill Shires Garland Shively ' Judy Shively QW, tri is X,p0' 'Xe 5 1' if 1 fr fd, ig, F' li-I be "1 - 3'-W 533-'Q . - CK A U gg g. .tr A . Ae GPI-IOMORE Larry Shively C. L. Sigmon Ray Sigmon Barbara Sink ,P i X L M, Shirley' Sinlvf fvf Sandra Skinncll David Smith ' ' Eugene Smith 1 1 Johnny Smith Linda Smith Kelly Smithers George Sutherland Y X M 1.1- Edna Stanley Pat Tatum Michael Taylor Edmond Tench 1' I' i Frances Thomas 4 Lois Thomason Mary Alice Thurman Norma Thurman Joyce Tosh Martha Trail Eyelyn Trent Linda Trent C L A S S 5 W, 5, 1 JL' 1 Alb? lily, Lgfanarcl 'lfgazf e,Biane Y ier i .K LEvgLq2n urner ,lv Monroe Turner M , Vg, K, , . 'mv ' , Aly ,yfx Vlt . h, li A " A 'V I , 1 V , . .3 Y ilflflgrfl 1' William Turner ,xl 4 Bonnie Wade ll Johnnie Wade Vera Wade I, I I' " V- X, 2 LJ? 1 'TL 'M' f fifff f ' , 1 K 1 ,I ' ' qi, J . H' J j . I' l 'N fl- 7 A A 'I J' ,f j I 'I I 2 1 f I ' -Barbara Wagoner " 'l 'f X Eter Wagoner ' I - Danny Walker . l ' 2 Dennis Walker ,f i f 'X , 'I 111 l . l 1 X , .1 a, I 1, ' I 'Z V ' I J i .J 1 ' f ,z li M "V'1.! If .' l" 'y " v , 4 J ' ff' A 'fax i jf. .1 i H I fy, 1. . -' ' Daphne Washburn Bryant Webb f " , James Webb ' ' Mary Vaughn Webb 4 4 i . , V, , fi f 'iq -- f' A1 I-. A V 1' 4, I ki if-ff '1 if I I", :I -' is l V' ,I Bob Whitlow Ramsey Whitlow Darlene Williard Hattie Williams Irene Williams Kenneth Wimmer Jerry Woods Neita Woody f .sm 4 1' JN 0 5 s IUNCQ .,,,- .. ff? up Mi slr N. lf' i T :lv limi? l M-. 6 ff 'X 4 .. I TX 5' -jg.. 'fv- 'lm J" ,N 1 If , P , ., . sk gi sf i A QP H1 ,ish 6'-1, f Lei 1"'l-r im- Q Al' 5,, 'huh ' 11 -.M by Ps, , ., ,ss 'TX "T -M I Tn Q rv " Q. r or la 's 42 .1 'fx 0 1 ug, aww 'Y' w..,, Li -sa if -.1 wma r YK K . ---.- Q'---' W .J I JS gan-,rv - f ff l 98 in Q. SOPHOMGRE V. M. Woody Faye Worley Colin Wray Ella Sue Wray Harold Wray Shirley Wray -L Wayne Wray Carlton Wright Charles Wright Franklin Wright Donald Young Elaine Young James Young Jerald Young John Young Patsy Young Roger Young Jimmy Zeh Judy Zeigler Those J V 'S fughi for c reinowwci cmrmg Q tense ccfntcet. stiff Junior Wright, Jimmy Mills, and Jeon Housrnon cleon out lockers ofter mid-term. The spectators view members of Queerfs Court-Laverne Pomdexter, Emo!yn Voughn, Sally Neff, ond Kitty Cooper. E' T!" Freshmen homeroom presidents are Berlin Bowman, Billy Wirt, Dickie Dickinson, Bill Alexander, Ben Pinckard, Linda Bowling, Nancy Willard Hodges, and Mary Kent. THE NINTH GR DE Our freshmen life at Franklin County High School will certainly not be soon forgotten. lt was this year that we started making im- portant decisions of our own, We chose the clubs and sports in which we wished to par- ticipate, and the curriculum we wished to follow. This year was a challenge to prove ourselves and we went far in reaching this goal. Danny Adams Mable Adams Randall Adkins Bill Alexander Janet Altice Kenneth Altice Richard Amos Carey Anderson J. B. Anderson Larry Anderson Barbara Angle Gail Ang I ' il ,,- le .f' I f i , 1 iA 5 ,' 1" 'l' . A., I i Glynn Angle Lindo Angle Vernon Lee Angie Donald Lee Arrington Kenneth Arrington Leatha Atkins Michael Atkins Roger Austin Joyce Ayers Etholene Barbour Elizabeth Ann Barger Lindo Blair ,v V' ,N ei SV A r H X , Qi' 11 v x yy? Us qyf'-ui , .4 -7 1' xx . M,- f K ,'.c gf. 5 . I ,....,, ff' I"'f' iff S ll Q La W -rr'-4'- Afx 1' ...- FRE Cecil Blankenship Roger Blankenship Ellis Bowling James Booth Jeanette Bousman Charles Bowles Lindo Bowling Berlin Bowman Eddie Anita Boyd Myrtle Brooks Edith Marie Brown Ann Marne Brown Mary Jo Bryant Jewell Bush Danny Burnett Glenn Cannaday Larry Carter Ann Chitwood Patsy Chitwood Betty Jean Clark Vicki Cooper Edward Crook Margaret Dalton Cecilia Davis CLAeS I ,- .1 A ---". 1'- Linda Davis Juanita Davis Ronald Lee David Marvin DeLong Grace DeWl'iitt Dickie Dickinson Bobby Dillon Carol Dillon Linda Dillon Pano Dillon Raynord Dillon Roger Dillon Judy Dobson Paul Dodson Jimmie Doyle Mary Jean Doyle Darlene Dudley Haywood Dudley Norene Dudley Jill Echols Harold Ellis David English Thomas English Claudine Ferguson :FN ,aw rf Q- ,,.' 'Q-C" .IQ If Aim X in I. 5, il- s we ig K if If .f--f 4- HON 'F W l "p" "' 6, sig, Q T x' V :ls ,b 'qv f i. f fa. I' 3 ,seq 'Dx -uw- 'i , '.,, J .Kiki f-' 0 - "ful, 63 FRE Glenn Ferguson Lynn Ferguson Marion Finney Robert Fisher Julia Foster Arlene Fralin Brenda Fralin Jessie Fralin Shirley France Wanda Frith Aileen Gardner Cecil Gardner Leland Gardner Virginia Gardner Raymond Gaubatz Barbara Gourley Lillie Mae Greer Tolly Greer Carl Guthrie Allen Hall Darnelle Hall Judy Faye Hall Judy Pearl Hall Vivian Hall CLAU Ruby Harrison Glenn Hartman Ramsey Helms Cheryle Hodges Elizabeth Hodges Judy Hodges Junior Hodges Margie Hodges Nancy Willard Hodges Douglas Holcomb Alise Halland Tommy Holland Shelby Holley Jackie Hubbard Georgia Ann Hunt Sue Huston Larry Hylton Judy Jamison Patsy Jenkins Delise Johnson Danny Jones Faye Keller Mary Kent Mary Elizabeth Kuchar L-- 'Q ef 'vias wg Fur fo X r sp f-. ,,,- Us 10 Qs is smog .,, Q. f' Cs - I ,Ai fl 'W - 4- ITC! 112' gf' JU! 1, -'Dfw s...,- 54' Q s-.. f?-6 Qztrviv It S 'nr- N Ns. UN 0 -L . fe.. ff g VN ' ZX, :CX , , st , 'T' in 3? W' r fav-f gy-'vs IUN . ., ie 'U 1' ' 15 ke ,, it - -ryxg, K3 s"x' 'Ds sn- fm- 'TY N.. fv-pc FRE William Laprade Paige Law Audrey Layman David Layman Victor Ledbetter Iris Leffue Peggy Love Glenn Lynch Edna Martin Erma Martin Gayle Martin Clarence Mason Judy Matthews Carolyn Mattox Diane Matrox Jerry Matrox Grady Maxey Kenneth Maxey Linda McGuire Diane Merricks Sarah Minnix Jarvey Mitchell Judy Montgomery Johnny Moore HMA CLA S X, Archie Morris Binlcey Morris Michael Morris Gene Moyer Faye Moyer Frances Mullins Grover Mullins Melvin Mullins Billy Nimmo Joyce Pagans Annie Bell Perdue Bertie Perdue Jay Hugh Perdue Ronald Perdue Russell Perdue Be Pinckard ,014 4 Danna Poindexter Joe Potter Larry Reynolds Jeanette Rigney Rachel Robertson Mary Robertson Barbara Saul Richard Scruggs A i fi"f5' 'S -ex fx M-.D CX 1' A " " vs 'lt in M X rx X-'Q' We ff X i Qs 1,1 Q -1- If l F - A 'M .yu ,A 'Y U 'lil - 3 4 fo if SQA' ." '42 X- fn -.qw ,- vs 115 sc 'tai U5 FRF HMAN Marie Sloan Jerry Sigrnon Carolyn Sink Jimmy Smith John Smith Terry Smith Betty Snyder Judy Spencer Sfalla Sfarley M:'fha Srarlfoy Linda Srricklcr Audrey Thomas Jimmy Thompson Sandra Thompson Marjorie Thurman Barbara Truman Wayfne Toler Lea Townes Joan Tucklolf Carolyn Turner Gail Turner Bobby Tyree Ronnie Tyree Henry Underwood CLASS Jackie Vincent Claris Wagner Eddie Willard Lillian Williams Elton Wilson Billy Wirt Carolyn Woody Linda Worley Judy Wray Johnny Wright Peggy Young Carolyn Young 1 iw, '7 tx V X 'QM M? - f i- WF' 1' bi vu 'U tx x Q xg My of my K 3 ,J 7 fog, ,, .X 4 ve w.-' ii' l X ?x '53 in Tw rfx 'CV Carolyn Sink, Jackie Dillon and Danna Poindexfer, freshmen members of The queen'S court, are driven around the football field at halftime during our homecoming game. yi um! ii it emtstfil W., v pr' 1""'7 .. If 4' 1 , 5,-""." , Vx-"NEP The eighth grade homeroom chairmen are Phyllis Altice, Nancy Jones, Betsy Clements, Freddie Woody, Brenda Ernler, Margaret Mason, and Shelia Cunditf, THE EIGHTH GRADE We, the 8th grade, know that we the bottom at a long uphill climb F. C. l-l. S. We know that we have say in school affairs this year, but short years we will be our school's stand at here at little to in tour leaders. l l O We are having a new experience in student lite here, lt is different than anything that we have previously experienced, but we know that every student in F, C, H S. started this high school lite in the 8th grade, Didn't they, Seniors? ,agif ,is-we Kg' .V 'lk'-'rl .1 . IR. J Betty Altice Evonne Altice Frances Altice Lindo Altice Mildred Altice Phyllis Altice Vickie Altice Bryon Amos Donald Amos Gale Amos Janice Anderson? ' John Andersczyfi , LJ Lilly L WL ., wil, Q, . H , 1' Ll! Y' l. Lily gf V' I lfilfl-AJ Qfboyce Anderson LifL'i.0LN ,1 -,nfl '1 i i, gt, fl A 'J-'Y ,' A ,b Noell Anderson Eeflyefie flesh: Kenneth Angle Harrison Armstrong ,X al , 4:1 5 isis A '-2232, mc. P . !, '9 IN nr . s.-, 'Ui CX y "" Q S, ' xy I I ii 'Yo Y' :Qu vivo. gf- lisfii ,GN 'X 'M L 9 ia --4 Y WNW .. Elmer Arrington Frederick Arrington Natalie Arrington Adelle Austin Frances Austin Ruby Ayers Ann Barbour pf' 'Os ,df V ,W v' Us '- Q- 'C' Y' xii ff ,Q ff . as ' 'Ze' pn.. .rv , rf' ,. 2 :pf vs vs ig, .'f- Fw 11' Q,-5 gg. - 47s 9- I? 1' 105 'sw , 71 A ,an fi ,. ,U Q s if wr V 7 E x 1' S... XCN EIGHTH Mickey Babb Allen Beckner Juanita Belcher Tommy Bennett Betty Blankenship Ray Blankenship Wendell Blankenship George Board Joyce Band Gary Boone Sandra Booth Carroll Bowles Richard Bowles Ronald Bowles Roger Bowling Faye Bratton Ruby Brogen David Brown Dickie Brown Garden Brown Jimmy Brown Johnny Brown Wallace Brown Nancy Campbell GRADE f , gs . 6 H Sue Campbell Robert Cannaday Linda Carter Tommy Chisom Jewel Chitwood Douglas Clark Betsy Clements Carol Cooper Gaynell Cooper Sheila Cundiff Joe Davis Sue DeWhitt Adell Dillinger Deanna Dillon Diane Dillon Gladys Dillon Jackie Dillon Julia Dillon Leonard Dillon Henry Dixson N P X lx Barbara Divers Peggy Duke Peggy Eames v N x G v 'US 3. vs I C, Vw 1 ICN ,,,, C5 Sw- ! .fa-" g r ,., C P""i 'V ' ix is P? 7- , 1 fx f re WRX, is 7,-. r are 9' ,qs ii-f Al ,Q--A . A 49 K CN Q ,Mk 1 xx I 'N WN' ,qs ir' U 54, X she Cecil Edwards fm' li qs 2 4. 15? ,K , , wg '1' I , t'1,1'li,fl '1 lglllll il it tn R .ff 'AW 4 'R 5 .nv-an J-4 ff-YN 52572 af.- M 5lmp iv-' s g fl.. 'N '5?lxk".,. w Q5 ku we 3 l qnk Us ' K. EIGHTH Brenda Emler Judith Evans Carl Ferguson Danny Ferguson Jackie Ferguson Jesse Ferguson Kenneth Ferguson Stephen Ferguson Tony Fink Robert Fisher Barry Flora Ronnie Flora Jean Foster Billy Franklin Dainel Frith Cover Gardner Rosemary Gingrich Darryle Grindstatf Arlene Hale Jay Hugh Hall Wilford Hall William Hallaway Jay Hugh Hamblett Edward Hancock GRADE q 71 1Lf,fjl,lZ'J, likx- L , U' , 1, r ' 4z2'f?'l' r fi .Lf l 1 A 05" A V . 1 lil f , A ffl 0' W J Carolyn Hardy Billy Harrison Elmer Harrison Janet Haynes Bill Heckman William Helms Allen Hodges Audrey Hodges Doris Hodges Estell Hodges Garnett Hodges George Hodges Geraldine Hodges Larry Hodges James E. Hodges James H. Hodges Lenford Hodges Maxine Hodges Nancy Hodges Nora Hodges Shelio Hodges Walter Lewis Hodges Wayne Hodges Nancy Hogan ,l X Qs .. L ,, . lg Ou QQ X Q o, ? I :ff x 157 iw IQX, Q in ,Q - 1 'V K aa. 19 9 'AR Wy? C' C' . an ,ff ' ,Q 11 g if w fix S.. .ywx 3 'UN 51 3' lo x .,,.4v ,v-. ff' 'Z . 'Q 'TCT' ,N - T Q 'Ps Uv pm EIGHTH Carol Holcomb Bobby Holland Clarke Holland Barbara Horne Jlmmy Housman Helen Housman Betty Hudson John Thomas Hudson Randy Hundley Richard Hunley Janet Hunt Dale Hurd Carol Ingram McArthur Johnson Rebecca Johnson Barbara Jones Nancy Jones Robert Jones Tyree Jones Tommy Keifer Gary Kingery Betty Lou Kirk Carl Kirk Carolyn LaPrade Richard LoPrade Judy Law Ronnie Law Dorothy Lawrence Wayne Lockhart Robert Lynch Paulette Lynch Richard Lynch Buddy McBride Evelyn McGhee Mary McGhee Christine McGhee Jimmy McGuire Ronnie McGuire Gary Martin Margaret Mason Dixie Mattox Layne Meador Betty Meeks Troy Midkift Dillion Minnix Calvin Mitchell Charles Moir Clara Montgomery S 4X'xf ff ,.' Q., ,, 'CN -fi il-g, L WN Q D, fi - I3-K Q... '44 rf' rr C1 is Q i. XL X , n.. " K sg-M., xi i Q..,w ,i',,,z . 3 PS- fv 'U' vm- ,.4F'Qs- ,, . m,,.,, mm. .. nik? if' 0""' ,li EIGHTH Robin Morris Linda Mullen Carey Nichols Kebbie Nichols Leonard Oakes Sylvia Oakes Bobbie Jean Pendleton Barbara Perdue Emma Perdue John Perdue Trudy Plunkett Warren Price Henry Reynolds Betty Lou Robertson Diane Robertson Joyce Robertson Marie Robertson Harold Saul James Scott Claudine Shively Pauline Shively Alton Shoemaker Dorothy Sigmon Mary Sigmon GRADE L' -- . N . I o F J I' l .l Y x 'r V . 3 . J Lois Simmons Louise Simmons Evelyn Sink Jerry Sink Phyllis Sink Carolyn Smith Donald Smith Gloria Smith Rabon Smith Sandy Smith Jimmy Stanley Dee Stanley Jimmy Taylor Judy Taylor David Thurman Edsel Thurman Elonza Turner Ercell Turner Margie Turner Ellen Underwood is W ft my df-.W ' C X -QW, H! Q QMX X7 'Ts . .4-" Marion West so Sharon West Doris Wilson Brenda Wingfield Q , Q-1 -qv. T117 tif? L' 9 J'-n ,- 'Qi Aff s-ff lx I" 7' 1: XWN .r 'R Qin ' 5 xv "3?'7' sg,- ju. fx. Y.- igi ' HIGH Freddie Woody James Woody Br!! Worthington Barbara Wray Dawn Wray Judy Wray Kenneth Wray Danze! Young Frcnkhn Young Sophomore members of the qucen's court at halflrme cf our homecoming parade. 5 11. al" GRADE Ronnie Law, Barbara Angle, Harrison Armstrong, Donny Altice, Phyllis Altice, Mike Arrington, and Rosemary Gingrich winners of the band's candy sale campaign prepare to leave for a steak dinner prom- ised them by the Band Booster Club. - K- 4? Eighth grade students in the state of Virginia now enjoy American history tor their social studies course. Girls "sacked" the ivy league look for new fash- ions in l953. Student "rests" outside o classroom during on English class. ,f l T5 ' J ,-,..f' . X 2 , A , WM ,W ,M I B fx I 5 X , J 5 'ii ,QQ 5 Q , I .' 'fl i ' '9 1 , M nf ' K.. L. , WN .. i, S? A yr . 55 rf 4 I , -4 Mildred Bowles received the Hi-Fi radio and record player from Mr. Kent after her name was called from the lucky envelope during the assembly closing the magazine sales Campaign. Under the able supervision of Mr, Bruce Kent, these outstanding officers of Student Council en- joyed a most successful yearg Joyce Milliron, secretaryj Harriet Flora, treasurerg Jim Poindexter, presi- dent The Student Councnl Officer Joyce Milliron and Mitchell Bowman proudly ride on the S, C. A. float during the halftime festivities of Homecoming. Members worked quite hard to complete their float in time for the parade. CO- First Row: Mills, Webb, Kent, Whitlow, Cooper, Scott, Milliron, Preston, Snyder, Brown, Jones, Mason, Emler, Cunditf, Divers, Altice. Second Row: Barbour, Hodges, Lawrence, Dickinson, Boone, Woody, Bowling, Foster, Hutchin- son, Young, Clements, Cannaday, Woody, Flora, France. Third Row: Anderson, Martin, Holland, Pinckard, Sigmon, Robertson, McCall, Robertson, Adams, Bumgardner, Woody, Anderson. Fourth Row: Newbill, Vaughn, Alexander, Price, Nichols, Montgomery, Price, Turner, Flora, Asburry. Fifth Row: Washburn, Wirt, Bowman, Fralin, Adcock Poindexter, Latimer, Tench, Hutcherson, Poindexter. ordinatcs activities The Student Council is the representative group of the Student Cooperative Association which includes in its membership all students enrolled at FCHS. Our Student Council is a member at the National Association of Stu- dent Councils as well as at the Virginia Student Cooperative Association. The FCHS Council has found opportunities for rendering services to the school in many and varied enterprises from promoting school spirit through furnishing buses to ball games, i to raising money through magazine sales for band instruments, uniforms, and equipping the athletic field. ' FCHS has been represented by a full dele- gation at every district and state S. C. A. meeting that has been held since 1952, There has been a great deal of mutual benefit tor us and other schools derived from the con- tacts and exchanges of ideas at these meetings. Rachel has fmally fmrshed compnlnng senior statistics eil Ann Anderson and Emily Sue Ayers change classes at S.I.P.A., which is held on the campus of Washington and Lee Unlverslty The Ammo records Ermly Sue Ayers Rachel Newblll cnc Ann Anderson experument dlfferent drape styles on Gay Frnth Mddff. zffyif i k, -ff , , , .J J f ,, f -,D . s ff, LX"'f--of -fc . M,-.J ,, f!W-fT,f- jr, K f l aff!!! E: First Row: Barbour, Bowman, Frith, Mills, Holland, Newbill. Second Row: Ayers, Turner, Anderson, Pinckard, Mrs, Meade. Third Row: Vaughn, Frith, Bowles, Lawrence, Fralin, Montgomery. student life at F.C.H. The "Anime" staff is priviledged to present you with an annual depicting your life as students at Franklin, Few students realize the long hours of hard work in the production of a book of this size. You, the students, along with the teachers have been most cooperative with the staff in the preparation of this book, and for this cooperation, the staff thanks you. Left to Right: Carrie Holland, Sara Mills, Mrs, Meade Gay Frith, Wanda Frith are glad all pictures are made. si sit Published monthly by the members of the newspaper club, "The Franklin Eagle" aims to keep the students ot ECHS informed on various school activities and current hap- penings, The club, with a membership at approxi- mately 5O students, was organized mainly because the school had no journalism class and thereby no school paper, 8 mb' .Franklin aglr Published by the Newspaper Staff of Franklin County High School Rocky Mount, Virginia MEMBER OF SOUTHERN INTEKSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Printed by the Franklin News-Post 4' x . YI E:-"lf ,f xox.,-. 4' 'Y :K -- 0 -,xi '5 .. "fl 3-"iff fs..-'j-',. 1 Editor . .. ....,....... .,.,. . . . . .. , Joann Brown Associate Editor ..,.,..,.........,,. .... ,... . . Marie Angle Business Manager ..., Allie Mae Blankenship Editorial Assistant . . ...., . . ,,......,.,.. Brenda Wray Feature Editor . , . , . . , . . . . . . , . . . Mary Kent . . Larry Basham and Dickie Dickinson Sharon Belcher and Mary Ellen Foster Exchange Editor ,.......,.,,..,, ,, , ,,,. . . , Linda Strickler Judy Jamison ' .. Sharon Belcher, Mary Ann Holley. and Joanne Thurman . .... .. Mr.Wyman Robbins Sports Editors .. Club Editor ,... , , , Circulation Manager . .. .,.,,,.,.,.....,, , , . . Typists ..,... .... Faculty Advisor .,., Otficersi Joann Brown, editor, Mr. Wyman Rob- bins advisorj and Allie Mae Blankenship, business manager provide leadership for newspaper staff. The Eagle A new feature of the Eagle is the unique "Eighth Graders' Own" section published by members ot the eighth grade staff. The paper is entered in the annual Southern lnterscholastic Press Association conference held in Lexington, Virginia, in April. Last year "The Eranklin Eagle" was given an honor award at the conference. The Franklln County Chapter of the Na tuonal Beta Club IS an achjevement servjce organlzatlcn Its purpose as the promotion of honesty servece and leadershjp The membershup of the F C H S Beta Club ns composed of students from the junnor and senlor classes who have met the cjualnfjcatuons of a hugh scholastic record commendable attitude and good conduct The projects and the objectjves of the Beta Club are numerous Some of the outstandjng ones for the year 1958 59 were as follows to strjve for a better scholastjc record to en deavor to uphold the hjgh standards of the Beta Club offucers are Joyce Mnllnron Tern Lee Patrncna Reynolds Cordell Bowman and Rjchard lkenberry school to render amd to the communuty by securing blood donors for the Red Cross Bloodmobule by contrjbutung fave dollars to the Socjety for Homeless Chjldren and ten dollars to the school chest collecting clothjng for the Goodwjll Industnes and sendjng food and clothing to a needy family at Christmas to have a float IH both the Homecomjng parade and the Chrjstmas parade to gave to the school thjrty fjve dollars for landscaplng and to buy a new flag and to charter a bus and go to the State Conventjon In Rjchmond Fund rajsjng projects for the year were bake sales pencjl sales and statjonery sales Sensor Beta members flrst row left to rnght Cooper Brown Mjlluron Belcher Reynolds Preston Second Row Eames Lee Flora Amos Whltesel Anderson Thrrd Row Holley Grundstaff Anderson Bowman Bow man Wray Fourth Row Ponndexter Layman Tench Wlseman lkenberry Sowder Fifth Row Turner M15 Prlllaman Lumsden 'iff 1 .af S. 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X t1 I . 1 130 Beta Club strives to uphold scholarship 1, Marie Angle, Herbert Wray, Terri Lee, Ann Ander- son, and Walter Shelton discuss methods of fund raising, I" gf r ,fry .I ,J V1 lf, il Angell Cooper explalns potrnotusm New Berg members are left to nght Patsel France l-lall Whltlow Lawrence McGuire Bumgardner Ayers Second Row Angle Bowman Lumsden Ashworth Frnth McMnnnrs Frsher Goode Angel Third Row Webb Vaughn Brooks Ba ger Flora Turner Asburry K ISI , , fl -1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 - 2 ff 17' J A Q5 -he aw 'ra 'K SLP, 5 1 fu FY' I ' s 1 ' " l 2 2 - f. : , -Y, V' V S .I M 4' " 1- g ' 4 . I 1 , U , - 1 . A +1 l ,1 ' .. ' 1 " ' -a - 1 ., '11 V 5 47 1 " 1 -, - . A A: 1 , X s half ii '4 E: 1 .'f3:2fa,,4zv ' Af' f fm' , fy ,Lf,,....r,.,- 419' W Y. w f '- - 4 W A T 2. Q' L if fi g 1 , , , 1 ,p , A4 A Q , Q. R Q' Q f A A ' I f 1 K -V . . d 4, Q il I ig W RF 4, 1 ff ,'. gi Q1 1. QQ 1 1 ff h ' ,lx L Ax 'Q-sig if ' 5 ' Y ' ' , fvw ' -w 'lf 9 y Nw' V l if AL ,N n - P' M 'Z ,J -wg Q M ff 'I . -xx N W 1 ' J- PM " , W A 5 ' V75 In x 1 4 " Y ,K 1 ad, Betty Po ans N F g erme oster Nancy Harrason Jean Angel Jane Fralln and Angell Cooper try theur vonces on tape Creates 1IlSP1I'1I'1g IHUSIC Jean Robertson Daphne Washburn Lxnda Blow Carol Smith Cord ll Bowman Jlmmy Bratton Charles Wrnght Chal P res olndexter and Pvcmst Emalyn V h aug n rehearse a number to be used for mormng devotuonals LC! Jrmmy Bratton James Gunllrams Chorus West Carol Smlth Duane Bennett and were selected to attend All State Hi - A .W . 4 , Q V ,. 5,351 9 ,fl ' C Y We Q 3 is s , If X23 Y I "1"'..' ' 39, z , U1 3 ' T7 ' . M ' X 4 A 3 v f ., Q f R ff 'li X i J I 5 9 C 1 X -.....,.,,. fu' 1 . -Oo . . A K f-, r gg . K t I l I l I I . I . . . . , 1 , , , ggi' . I . l ll . V , 9 , , ' , , Q 11 1 V H I 1 ,La 'W M-, 4: :N - A 'C 1 33 Otticers ofthe F. T. A. are Julio Lovell, Frances Overstreet, Cynthia Fralin, Maria Preston, Patsy Young, and Elaine Mullins. Future Teachers of America The Future Teachers' Club was organized in l957. The club is now affiliated with state and national education associations and receives its charter tram them. The chief purpose at the club is to acquaint students interested in education with the problems and opportunities of the teaching profession, Through the use ot films and discussions each member at the club is given a chance to explore the nature of teaching as a career. Among the objectives for the year are presentation at films on current issues in education, completion of the fund-raising campaign, and the annual project days during which the Future Teachers assist members of the school staff in various ways. First Row: Julia Lovell, Marie Preston, Cynthia Frolin, Patsy Young. Second Row: Joyce Graham, Elaine Young, Rachel Newbill, Delores Overstreet. Third Row: Linda Anderson, Mr, Law, Elaine Mullins, mf ,-Q Q 3' -s if 'sv 33748 I7 Officers are Rachel Newbill, Pres., Cynthia Fralin, Vice! Pres., Margie Wade, Sec., Audrey Reynolds, Treas., Lucille Woody, Chaplain, and Sharon Belcher, Reporter. The Tri-Hi-Y of FCHS, affiliated with the National YMCA, is an organization of young Christian girls whose aim is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character and whose platform is clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living. This year we organized a Junior Tri-Hi-Y Club, sent baskets to needy families at Thanksgiving and Christmas, sent repre- sentatiyes to District Conference, and made Contributions to extension work of Va. District YMCA. Tfi-H1 Y First Row: Mrs, Myers, Hall, Tyree, Reynolds, Foster, Perdue, Whitsel, Reynolds, Wade, Webb, Laparade, Naff, Second Row: Vtfoody, Fralin, Mullins, Flora, Crum, Belcher, Hall, Goode, Naff, Guthrie, Walker. Third Row: Belcher, Frith, Anderson, Powell, Helms, Pagans, Thompson, Franklin, Clark. Fourth Row: Newbill, Sig, mon, Hunt, Oakes, Angel, McMinnis, McGuire, Wray, Naff, Bowles. Fifth Row: Bowman, Frith, Reynolds, Wray, Law, Ruff, Harrison, Lavender, Robertson, Herd. Students enloy o fost number durung the Trl Hu Y dance X-'X xx-s x xx'-. promotes Chr1st1an 1dea1s Mrs Myers occomoonled delegates Rachel Newblll Goy Fnth Emlly Sue Ayers ond Audrey Reynolds to the Trl Hu Y District Conference In Lynchburg Members of the Tru Hn Y Sharon Belcher P 'rruclo Reynolds Anno Crum ond Mlldred Bowles preoore bo lcets of food for cz needy family ot Thonksglvnng l37 .N Y. " , X.' lXK, 'ul , i 4 .H 1 rl ,.- ,MN .YQN Y: x,.X-1 A N x -rx .Xi 1,-X ser X? X. .-X .A y A x .. - -. xx l NQ-X my xW.- . . . is ' I - .- l '- "1 1 0' -I I I I I C . .f Q. is ' l El r Q aljiil' 5 X l ,ag f I 'VRF 1 Drum Maior, Blanton Cooper, and Maiorettes, Carrie V Holland, Ann Anderson, Margie Wade, Betsy Clements Hazel Holland. These energetic band officers are: Johnny Montgom- ery, A. G. Fralin, Don Lawrence, and Erna Gayle Renolds. The F.C.H.S. Band Majoretfes-Clements, Anderson, Wade, First Row: Hubbard, Wirt, Wray, Webb, Ashworth, Renolds, Woody. Second Row: Fralin, Doyle, Ellis, Frith, Hodges, Armstrong, LaPrade. Third Row: Arrington, Kent, Lawrence, Jarnisan, Webb, Jones, Hutcherson. Fourth Row: Hunt, Moyer, Gruver, Amos, Akers. 'T i i Q7- --ife. 5 yy s.f'-"" E ..-57-l ,Z SV ':'L. Q SY if if 555'- iff,- FT' E19 ,..-P-"1 A ' Si-rg -if bf' tif, -gsf-I.. 'xii' V 425- Sf' l ll -4 Q-5' Q5 ll Q3 G Gr: B U OBO' kv rf-ft ' 1 I ov," Kneeling: McBride, Shires, Jarrett, Newbill, Flora, Ashburry, Preston, Farris, Wirt. Standing, First Row: Ayers, Frith, Mitchell, Holland, Lawrence, Goode, Prillaman, Bumgardner, Patterson, Lee, l-lall, Webb, Sig- mon Mrs. Robinson. Second Row: Vaughn, Lynch, Eames, McBride, Martin, Morgan, Bowman, Law, Robertson, Tyree, Third Row: Townes, Crook, Gaubatz, Grindstaft, Bowles, Anderson, Craddock, Frye, Bennett. LO GAUCHOS The Spanish Club ot the Franklin County High School is a local organization but bears a Spanish name, "Los Guachosf' The club emphasizes the study of the Spanish speaking countries' life which is portrayed by the initiation costumes worn by the new members. History of the countries was highlighted in Officers of the Spanish Club are: Linda Anderson, president, Nancy Eames, vice-pres- ident, Terri Lee, secretary, and Mildred Bowles, treasurer, 1-nvv' YY programs, classes and order of conduct ot meetings. The club also carried on outside activities such as entering a convertible in homecoming parade, delivering boxes to needy families at Christmas and Thanksgiving. 406. ir A 97' . Y fli X cf 'ill 'S Q Sp, x, X bg K wx' ' Q gf' K 9 i , ' g X 1, 9 5, ' 5' if 'N if gi W wa my gi' X ff !..,.-3' Dromatics Club Officers are: Jimmy Poindexter, Rodney Hamlin, Mitchell Bowman and Marie Preston. Dramatics Club Since the publication of the last Animo, the Dramatics club of F. C. H. S. completed its produc- tion ond performance of John Patrick's Broadway Comedy, 'fThe Loud Red Patrick." This was the most recent in a series of five plays done by the Dramatics Club. Beginning with "Arsenic and Old Lace," these plays include "January Thaw," "One Foot in Heaven," "The Man Who Came to Dinner" and "The Loud Red Patrick." During this five year period the club has received over 52700.00 in admissions and has played its shows to approxi- mately 4,350 people. All ofthe proceeds earned by the Dramatics Club are used in maintaining the stage facilities and dressing rooms of the Franklin County High School auditorium. The club attempts to keep an operating fund of several hundred dollars in order to keep up production of its yearly play. Left to Right, Row 'I: Newbill, Wade, Preston, Kent, Hodges, Jefferson. Row 2: Cooper, Bowman, Bow- man, Hamlin. Row 3: Grindstaff, lkenberry, Hutcherson, Poindexter, Cooper. promotes interest in productions Jnm Pomdexter Rnchord Ikenberry ond Blanton Dressmg up fovornfe post tnme of dll dromohc Cooper experrment for hgh mg effects club members These bcys help keep the props m good work mg condmon Gory Cooper occompomed by Morgue Wade smgs Sweet Adeline 14 1 - 1 1 D , . . . H . 1, - r - - , I ns o . . t, I I . . r H V H , . . , ,V w ry ,. If J f , if ll f. 5 f lf If 3 zimzf 'P' , .ufftiff ,M TE fi? Y, V Wm, f .g ' . .J 'ix JZ? :' ', 5223531 , Az, Mau, ,gif ,c i swarm N' ff' nmmgm RMQCLTQEQWQVR 1"K"lf0"slL-n , gas'-Seat? flnuygSf"Q V we W, ' Amari' .K5 1 :J f.1,.5w? 'Y GY' Q I 12 Q52 S 'V 452' lg r , 5i"' x H I , , Y . . , ' M ' ' 'Y l fmt Tir f 4 , Q7 f"a.,gzQQ'T'fg1"'TjZ4Q'L , -Mx mi img , .. Q i f W' M V wwikmwiuw Y , 2 : i gh1Q i',,fgi if 1 "ii 1' f 1 k L 1 W 21,4 1 Z tw ...N ML 145, A ,U QM . h,a...,.,.,,AA.,. x Airgief 01 fs.wQ.wf V K , K K, Y 6 , .,.,.. .,f.-74 x gp: ..,,-.,. .,.....L , vw-14 m ka " . A-A-....-.W K. Af "Ak o rm ' wiv- ' 5-04513 K "sap, "'53lsm '-rr' Q11 M, 5,1-musk' l -,q,,f, 4 QQ., J' I D 'EPZ Vo-ag students listen intently as 5, X L 5 -A Ronnie Feazelle, a tenth grader, W, G gives a report about better farming L. X , V, methods. x X pk 7 vi '. 3. 5. I Q B VL Jil,-Q-2 A ' ' ' 'Q ,"4 MQ .1 Q 'Q 4' 'X better farming methods First Row: Laprade, Dillon, Reynolds, Potter, Blackwell, Fisher, Perdue, Bowles, Vlray, DeLong, Cannaday Holland, Hatcher, Walker. Second Row: l.aPrade, Barnhart, Furrow, Pasley, Rutrough, Young, Robertson, Law Dillon, Stump, Atkins, Guthries, Guilliams. Third Row: Simmons, Vincent, Mullins, Smith, Dudley, Layman, Bow man, Gardner, Preston, LaPrade, l-lall, Reynolds. Fourth Row: Pugh, Adcoek, Boinott, l-lale, Carter, Smith, l-lub bard, Scott, Jenkins, l-lall, Toler, Dudley, Sink, Fifth Row: l-lodges, Wray, Adeock, Bryant, Cuuilliams, Blanken ship, Altice, Cooper, Crook, Collins, Feazelle, Trout. The Franklin County Chapter of Future Homemakers of America, a national organ- ization of girls who are enrolled in home economics classes, had as the theme of their program of work this year "Our Chal- lenge as Leaders." This program was based on the national F.H.A. projects which are: Teenage Consumer, Safety and Civil Defense, Families Together, and Home Beautification. ln order to carry out these projects the club held several major activities. C' A real highlight of these was the annual fall banquet held jointly with the F.F.A. Perhaps the greatest moment was when the two presidents, Harriet Flora and Marlen Davis crowned the king and queen. "Heads Up for Safety," a skit on safety hazards, has won state as well as local fame. The chapter presented this at the state convention, P.T.A. meeting, Federa- tion meeting, and for the local chapter. Officers arei Harriet Flora, Virginia Dare Naff, Joyce Milliron, Nancy Grindstaff, Nancy Eanes, Cynthia Fralin, Wylenia Bowman, Diane Oakes, Linda Anderson. Future Homemakers of America stresses First Row: Via, Poinclexter, Bousman, Mitchell, Keats, Matthews, Cundiff, Preston, Fralin, Cooper, Wil- liams, Powell, Reynolds. Second Row: Milliron, Wade, Bowman, Rutrough, Woody, Beckner, Davis, Heckman, Barger, Naff, Holland, Stone, Ingram. Third Row: LaPrade, Naff, Hunt, Oakes, Martin, Sink, Thompson, Guth- rie, Holland, Shively, Menefae, McGuire, Whitlock. Fourth Row: Clingenpeel, Woods, Harrison, Wimmer, Web- ster, Smith, Hodges, Walker, Jones, Beeghley, Jones, Newbill. Fifth Row: Barnhart, Nunley, Wray, Basham, Patsel, Kingrey, Eames, Mrs. Woody, Bowles, Crum, Bernard, Hall. Sixth Row: Wray, Robertson, Willard, Whit- sel, Grindstaff, Lavender, Turner, Anderson, Amos, Flora, Bowman, Reynolds. V The Reverend Gene Holdridge of Ferrum Junior These proud parents enioy theqbdnauet with their College was guest speaker at the FHA-FFA banquet. sons and daughters. ' " improvement of home lifeff First Row: Eames, Greer, Bowling, Doyle, France, Chitwood, McBride, Woody, Angle, Dillon, Huston, Hod- ges. Second Row: Thurman, Williams, Wray, Brown, Dudley, Davis, Foster, Perdue, Hall, Holland, Johnson Robertson. Third Row: Holley, Fralin, Willard, Fralin, Brooks, Brown, Hunt, Wagner, Evans, Pasley. Fourth Row: Fralin, Matthew, Harrison, Sloan, Hall, Hodges, Worley, Dalton, Davis, Turner. Fifth Row: Fisher, Rigney, Gardner, Blankenship, Ayers, Hall, Truman, Thomas, Barger, Dewitt, Powell. f 31 ix-can ...fun was new umwu agus was N. . 1 WW- UM... .......... E ig v The Dlstrlbutnve Educatuon Program has been planned rn order to provnde classroom Instruction ln addutlon to on the job trarnmg and supervrsuon for those of our students who wnsh to plan for a career nn one of the many branches of the dustrrbutnve fleld All the Drstrnbutuve Education students are members of the local the State and the National Drstrlbutuve Education Clubs and the students partlcupate an the varrous conventions sponsored by these clubs D E Club trams students Furst Row Meadows Srnk Tuckloff Fralln Jones Second Row: Foster Bowles Hale McGhee, Third Row: YW' D. O. is a co-operative part time work experience program between the school and community offered to high school juniors and seniors, Opportunities for working ex- perience are offered in many fields. Some of the objectives of Diversified Occupations are to provide better job train- ing opportunities for the youth of our com- munity, know our strongest aptitudes and interests so as to make a more intelligent occupational choice, to provide experiences that tend to increase the desire to think clearly and to express ideas accurately and convincingly in written and spoken lang- uage, to provide a proper set of values and a sincere appreciation of the importance and service of our life work lieu 2 l l llllllll llllllllllllln .E Officers are Reather Robertson, Ronald Doyle, Ruth Bus- sey, Mr. Lovell, Jimmy Barbour, and Richard Dudley, D.O. Club employs students in industry First Row: Sink, Bussey, Mottox, Powell, Robertson, Mills. Second Row: Wrax'i BOVRCUVI D9Yl0i DGWS, Wole ker. Third Row: James Lovell, sponsor, Prillarnan, Perdue, McCrickc1rd, DGWS. 1 """W" it ini 11 ..-- lid 1 g P in lxfi s Q IQMKI 'fo ""'p,- - H'-'ZS i""' ,y mu: "' - A lil l ik Latrn Club offncers are Leah Slnk presudent Sarah Malls secre tary Vnrgrnua Naff treasurer and Dlckre Turner presndent The Socnetas Latina as a chapter of the Junror Classical League a national organrzatuon composed of l5O members The arm of the So cue as Latina as to furnish n opportunity for the pleasurable learnlng about the Romans and their cnvlllzatlon and to glve the student such a fnendly interest In the classics that he wall look upon them with respect and admuratlon In hls future life The club admlts all students who have taken or are taking Latun Soc1ctas L atm a rcv1vcs Kneelmg Naff Mnlls Turner Furst Row Hodges Jamuson Lovell Graham Young France Johnson Dzllon Scott Lumsden Young Brown Webb Holland Second Row Whrtlow Jomlson Hundley Prnllarnan Ash worth Johnston Fulcher Naff Slone Brubaker Woody Eames Turner Mrs Thurman Thnrd Row Angell Cook Joplin Holland Flsher Mullins Ruff Woodue Woody Boothe Robertson Hutchinson Overstreet John son Fourth Row Grover Webb Smlth Wrnght Wnllne Frnth Fralln Foster Flora Holland Call Hurd Fifth Row Basham Shelton Davis Lawrence Amos Hunt Wray Boone ISO I l ' - II 2 ' t ' " ' ' a I , , . K I 1 . ' I I I T , , I 1 - I I 0 ' I I ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' ' I I I I A I I I I I I I I I I ' ' ' 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I T ' ' I I I I I I I I I I I ' - , , , , , , I - lnrtratron IS an lmpressrve serynce for new members Latrn members glve program on club day Roman language and customs Flrst Row Ferguson Holland Cooper Mattox Frlth Hodges Kent Holsclaw Stanley Washburn Bous Mattox Bush Thompson Love Hall Thlrd Row Perdue Hodges Dickinson Angle Dlllon Barnhart Shelton Clements Lynch Flnney Bousman Polndexter Fourth Row Morgan Woods Fisher Alexander Bryant Lynch Wray Kessler Sknnell Meador Gorley Fifth Row Hylton Pznckard Taylor Sutherland Smlth Hunt Angel Marrrs Drllon Strlckler Angle Amos Helms 151 ' Y x ' Yi 0 .5 es, . W' i Sex Q Q . rg I man, Dlllon, Davls, Layman. Second Row: Blankenshrp, Powell, Tench, Young, Ayers, Turner, Willard, Tuckloff , 1 1 f I - - K Offrcers are Sara Malls presudent Mary Vaughn Webb secretary Mary Jo Bryant vice president Mary Belle Mitchell treasurer We the members of the Plano Club are grateful for the oppor tunltxes we have for musical tram :ng offered at our school F C H S s trained pnanusts are found In many of the churches of the county and We are constantly strlvlng to show the Importance of muslc nn our school and nn all phases of lufe Our club stnves to promote great er apprecuatlon of musnc as well as to encourage the development of a personal talent For the past two years the project of the Plano Club has been to pur chase an organ for the school auditorium P1ano Club stuves for perfecuon Seated Evelyn Funk Mary Jo Bryant First Row Eddle Boyd Judy Bowles Evelyn Brown Robin Morris Carolyn Mullen Sara Malls Nancy l-logon Carolyn l.aPrade Second Row Mary Belle Mitchell Carolyn Mat tox Gayle Amos Glona Smlth l52 xx X iv BY fu- A yn as i- 1 K Aj, X K- A g y ,Og K , I - .M Alb. Agflx .xr t . g I ly U . . tiff iv ' fx E11 flat Q ' 'lxxl if ' ' X j X 1 , x . 5 VA f . 1 54. J, Myx ' X 1' iv-1 - A I - - I , f -1. 4. 5 S ' K Ari Rf N' ' A T ' - f ' . . . . x 0 A , V- , various community organnzatlons. ' K z ' Q W , I . . yt ft A - 5' A r ,"M',xf'.w ,Q . . . y . f X "'tf"f' ., t ' r' .vsgfrn .lavaty ' vvtx gxyf ' M r ' - I 3 l f V I 1 I 1 ' I I 5 1 - . . , I I I ' : I - , , - The Hi-Y Club is the Y.M.C.A. of the high school. lt is a fellowship of high school boys who are committed to a Christian purpose at work in the home, school, and community. The purpose of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain and extend throughout the home, school and community high standards of Christian character. The platform of the Hi-Y is clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living. Officers of the Hi Y are First Row Richard lkenberry Mitchell Bowman Bob Dickinson Jim Poindexter, Second Row: Cordell Bowman DeMoss Price Don Hutcherson M Lovell, sponsor Hi-Y scrvcs school and community First Row: lkenberry, Poindexter, Hutcherson, Bowman, Dickinson, Price, Bowman. Second Row: Mr. Lovell, Housman, Arrington, Altice, Preston, Hunt, Montgomery, Turner. Third Row: Shelton, Cook, Reynolds, Hunt, Smith, Sigmon, Flora, Bennett, Fralin. Fourth Row: France, Bennett, Holland, Fleishman, Greer, Turner, Flora, Latimer, Milliron. Fifth Row: Jamison, Wiseman, Gruver, Newbill, Tench, Garrett, Turner, Joplin. i Jr. Tri-Hi-Y mcmbcrs .,.- I Q The Jr, Tri-l-li-Y was organized this year by the Senior Tri-l-li-Y. The Jr. Tri-Hi-Y is a fellowship of ninth and tenth grade girls who are committed to Christian ideals and pur- poses in their daily living in the home, school, and community, each with a common loyalty to Jesus Christ as Counsellor and Friend. Throughout the year, the club members strive to uphold the club platform of clean speech, clean sportsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living. Nfl Officers are: First Row: Martin, Mills, Holsclaw, Jef- ferson, Craddock, Hunt. Second Row: Holland, Woody, Young, Mrs. English. First Row: l-lolsclaw, Graham, Martin, Law, Babbitt, Peters, Franklin, Holland, Ferguson. Second Row: l-lodges, Jamison, Martin, Ayers, Bousman, Johnson, Martin, Young. Third Row: Meador, Prillaman, Ingram, Jefferson, Trent, Washburn, Barbour, Mills. Fourth Row: Skinnell, Lynch, Kiser, Brooks, Woody, Campbell, Clements. Fifth Row: McCall, Craddock, Fink, Foster, Powell, l-lunt, Smith, Kessler, King, Rigney, l IS4 Work together f M""' c.. IIBLIC tis 'l Edith l-lunt Ruth Craddock Dianne McCall and Dianne Win Angle, Carrie Holland, and Peggy Lynch Rigney serve as the devotional committee. gathered bottles for a fund raising activity First Row: Chitwood Frith Sink Spencer Stanley. Second Row: I-lunt Jamison Young Jenkins Atkins Third Row: Fralin, Gourley, Bryant, McGuire, Law. ,fs -LL. 'vida .A lg xp T5 .v""" I Q ii C' .. W M V wk K ' g Qi " yiq 4 A - . . 1 I 5 l55 The cheerleaders, headed by Terri Lee, have spread their con- tagious spirit through the crowds, and, together with the many fans, have inspired the Eagles to win many victories, Besides their valuable services at all sports events, the cheerleaders led the pep rallies, sponsored sock hops and co-sponsored homecoming festivities. So to Terri and her eight capable associates, we wish to express our appreciation for their excellent work. Chccr Club boosts our team. Flrst Row Betsy Whitlow Second Row Margaret Scott Third Row: Emma Dillon, Terri Lee, Nerine Foster. Fourth Row Carol Lawrence Fifth Row Emalyn Vaughn Brenda Wray, Margaret Goode. The organization ofthe Varsity Club was made in order to promote better relation- ship between players and students through- out the school. To become a member a boy must have earned one varsity letter from either foot- ball, basketball, baseball, or track. Once a player becomes a member, he must re- main scholastically eligible. The club began with fifteen charter members and now has an active member- ship of forty-five. Officers are: Johnnie Metz, treasurer, Ronald Doyle secretary, Jim Poindexter, vice president, Demoss Price president, and Mr. Richards, sponsor. Varsity Club promotes sportsmanship First Row: Hall, Doyle, Basham, Price, Frye, Dickinson. Second Row: Stanley, Milliron, Pinckard, Wood, Poindexter, France. Third Row: l-landy, Hunt, Davis, Feazelle, Flora, Joplin, Fourth Row: Turner, Davis, Joplin, Bennett, Bratton, Kent, Dillon, Jamison, Fisher. ,AI '-, Sports ot Fronklin County High School during the yeor 1958-59 hos presented o picture of victories, detects, ond strong competition. Alwoys, however, we hove had the joy ond sotisfoction of knowing thot we ployed the gome in o sportsrnonlike monner. 'wg' ji 21 TWV Whig:-lg WQU- mn L. 'I-ix Mr Fntts and Mr Hchd rson coached our team to a warming SGOSOH ffl! mm? fghlvkm if ""gEa. KEN, Price and Pomdexrer have prov d Themselves worthy of rhcfr pasmorvs as co captams on the Eagle Team AR ITY FOOTBALL uarterback Benny Flora carrles ball for a short gam 160 Ms. , ' V U Q l . N Q I 4. L v .. ' . x ' W' In , 3 , , F ' .. ,. ' is ' 442 tm . 'LV K x 'Qi A , ' - A W A 5 -N Q5 A s Y 4 .Q ,X .. a s 1 A A N A L A Q .,,h e,e. Q M. fl A ' : E ff H A - A. wr -xf,jf1Q:5'2lis'.-f''f - A X I N XX A X . ,, 5? 1, P f N X f. x X 4 A ' 9 ., A , 5 ,K X f rf v K 122 5 . s' K V b R ' k M ' . X X A A - f . ,A , sf Wil? 1 , Y ,Q .f g A B 1... 'g..b,i f. . ' Jhxgx kxiwfmgi., X I -XT ' --J Ti., J' 13. -. Mf " 5 , x- .U 1' .je ' , 'ig jr' :fr , ' 'f' .. Jw- If in Y fs A . I A C . . Y A 5 g The Eagles, under the leader- ship of coaches Jack Henderson and Bob Fitts, had another win- ning campaign this year with a 7-2-l record. Although weight and speed handicapped the play- ers, remarkable victory was theirs much of the time. The Eagles played a rough schedule and should be com- mended tor their fine showing this season. They are a credit to our school and to the people of Franklin County whom they represent First Row Price Feazelle Poindexter Milliron Joplin Whitlow Second Row Davis Davis Dickinson lora Handy Jarrett Jophin Third Row Altice Pinckord Thomson Anderson Adcock Frye Anderson Man oger Fourth Row Bratton Lockhart Fisher Hodges Boshom Hunt Shires Jerry Adcock Clayton Altice Halfback Guard Jimmy Bratton End Joe Feazelle Tackle -Y I, J, at I 4' f ,UAH5 ' ,. 3 XY . 'min-.A 2 Q' Q ' ' 3 9 2 if 3' QV i img . J, is xr, ' I v N - 2, ' s . A -ff - 4 Q in la Carey Anderson Quarterback 4? 'U ii Elmer Davis Fullback Benny Flora Quarterback 9 I 1 is .tl lu is Hall, manager, Fitts, coach, Price, captain. VAR ITY BASKETBALL Varsity basketball, coached by Robert Fitts, a new member of the faculty, began practice on November l. The first game of the season was played December 2, with only eleven boys having the honor of mak- ing the squad. This year's team has proven to be one of the most successful in several years, Curtis Stanley, Defvloss Price, Bob Whitlow, P. B, Latimer, Charles Poindexter, Ronnie Crouch, John .lop- lin, Jerry Dillon, Pete Perdue, .lim Joplin. N-S-,,m.-.f' ,,... lf . XE' , , K 'v ga K SQL, S, R y If-X K sg' iff, . kbfliri r' Uxgus ,wuz . - I M U 5 UAGLI5 Outs MMU, X ,Sify Y ,' X l Q E 4 . c 1' Q w e , fe ,Q M 5 fr 5 Mba 4 f ai ...U 1 f W 3 1, 1 r -, F - 4. V- - , , - - l64 Demoss Pruce pumps ogomst on ooponent rn on excmhg home gome DQMOSS Prvce pushes another two pointer nn os teammates watch Th end of o close home game ns neor and the Fronklln bench 5 ' f S Q FX fi: ,X 'X experiences onticipofion. , V V Q' . . I ' x , 2 K 1 165 JV football prepares for varsuty squad The Franklun baby Eagles opened theur 1958 season at Danvulle agaunst a tough George Washungton team tGroup ll Although unexperuence was a great handucap to the Eaglets they managed to score seven pounts agaunst GW The tunal score was 2l 7 George Washungton s way The J V s next moved on to Salem Baptusf and showed theur oftensuve skull un a l46 wun Thus brought the Baby Eagles record to l l and showed that an unexperuenced team can wun through good team play The Baby Eagles followung theur vuctory over Baptust played host to Cave Sprung and un a real thruller came out on top of a 1413 score Thus was theur turst home game and a real crowd pleaser The JV s next game was wuth Drewry Mason Thus was by far the Eaglets best offensuve show of the season The funal score was 27 l2 Eagles The Baby Eagles tunal game was wuth Bassett Thus game was another crowd pleaser as the Eagle made a l4 O sweep over the Bengals The future tootball outlook us brught here at FCHS because of the fune JV team unbeaten un Dustruct play Fursl' Row Ferguson Crum Southern Lynch Tyree Gruver Dullon Englu h Second Row Hall Punchard Boone Stanley Zeh Townes Shelton Newbull Pruce Thurd Row Lockhart Dullon McBrude Armstrong Lynch Ferguson Girls' basketball gives the girls at FCHS 4 their only chance of participating in inter- scholastic sports. The team played a total of eight hard fought games. ln each game their clean sportsmanship, team spirit, and practice shone through as they both won and lost. These girls are to be congratu- lated for the time and effort they have put forth. J .- 4 1 ,,...e, .f " ff -Q ez. cf -we -'fffr f' . .,. P- 5- .- ff' 21 gf K ,ffm 4 . .'AfQ,fg1,34 1.19 . . . I ,r ,1 Rachel Newbill, co-captain, Betty Ferguson, manager, -4 , ' ,H 1 1. 4- 1, lf! "' , A 'fx ' - '-1-'.,., , ,, 44- 1' ,, , V. u nf -C " 4 , Miss Brankley, coach, Hazel Holland, coecaptaing Linda J V' TYre6, manager. -4 r 4-f 14-. 4. Z "J -3 I If'-' " ' "' 1 fi: 1 I '1'-AZ 41.4 .. f I 4 fl ff 1 .4 G 1 R L ' B A SNKJLEATJ B A L L if " ,Zilla ff' at First Row: Rachel Newbill, Judy Frith, Hazel Holland. Second Row: Anna Crum, Linda Worley, Carrie Holland, Mary Lee Pendleton, Judy Hall, Betty Call. Third Row: Judy Worley, Faye Worley, Lottie Brown, Linda Campbell, Etta Mae Young, Danna Poindexter. I 'I I 168 An opposing player gets a base hit at one of our The Eagles score again as Billy Handy N 4 home games. Wcfchesh ASEBALL The baseball team coached by Steve Richards had a highly successful season this year, The team had a 9-2 record and showed that it could play good ball against ' ' i Z2- wa 'i' 'lu ,S J' .. ..,?rM,., 5 1- ,rf 'lf A 3 ' Hbiqnmu nw 4 4 ,isis , 1 N 4' P fr any team in the District 6. G M Wig' ,bg nd With the good hitting and fielding of . Q' " 'T if the Eagles, they were a highly rated team ' - 'll in their i958 season, and with a number is sta- fm i if fl " 1 V it of juniors on the team they should be a Vvvfiilf y ' is., big threat to all competition again next " it 8-72" jf f y A s 'SF W ,' 5 Year- Q . -Q5 V ,gk 1-'fig' ."'j"-fswa if i'ti rffw-chili?" ii.' ,QQ A 'Ji'-T sri? mfs? .4 - +,""',f ' f ffn1f.f' r sri- ""ig,g2. The b9ginninQ of another Qame is near at hand. 'VQ ,Yi:. ,. iw Coach Richards and the Franklin bench during a Franklin threatens with a runner an third base. Q0m9 of MUSC? Field- 9 AT ff 'sf .wa Re. Ja wg M, . 5- 'i ",-1 e 2 As the school yeor comes to o close we look bock on the major hoppenings of the yeor, The homecoming gome ond dance, the school ploy, the concerts presented by the bond ond choir ond most of oll, we remember the Junior-Senior Prom. These memories of student lite ot FCHS will olwoys linger with us. ATURE f 'if . ar' we A Homecoming Queen Dremo Meadows Maid of Honor Hazel Holland The Homecoming Court and their escorts, left to right: Jackie Dillon, Danna Poindexter, Emalyn Vaughn Hazel Holland, Queen Drema Meadows, Mr. Football DeMass Price, Sally Natf, Janet Jefferson, Sara Mills Betty Peters, Carolyn Sink. it ... , , L se e 1: Iv es,. g .E-,, ' ""'x---NW... s 'J L 5 o l . Thi .. :fs ' A , X 4 " , f g Q5-1 ,,. HOMECCMING 1 9 58 The Homecoming Weekend was the most spectacular event of the football season, The bonfire and snake parade on Thursday night started the weekend festivities. Friday brought the annual parade with gaily decorated floats, our high stepping band and the queen and her court. The gridiron contest between the Franklin Eagles and Halifax drew an enthusiastic crowd who sow the Eagles rack up another win. The highlight of the weekend was the dance immediately after the game, F X L . fill P . 1' .Ll .Ill ...i l..-.ux . . The Homecoming officials chose the float made by the Beta Club as the prizewinner. Both teams race for the ball after Halifax fumbled. JU IOR-S NIOR PROM nm Poundexter presudent of the Junuor class and has date Rachel Newblll lead the grand march to form the flgure 58 Followlng the dance the couples pro ceeded to the cafet na for refreshments LW I7 These yunuors waltz to the theme song Sweetheart Sweetheart Sweetheart 4 5 fl. Q ' -Q . if tr ll 3 t - l I' 'I' . 1 in .T , . IV W , , " v , Y from ' W EE- -f as lv 15345 " P IW, at 4 M if . W as MAYTIME 'la .f.r2f,,f. dau ,, 4 Freddie Lee S Orchestre DfOVIdGd opproprlote music to corry out the theme The last dance before refreshments ore served IS emoyed by everyone Y 175 , ,rA V VrA . ' , - A gf , Qu '31 f 1 Y, I , 110 X 4 i .I . '- ji M vi wif f'q'W'i' . 5nfif:"'S" "':':"f' - ' ,Q ' 'MQ-.b f 0 ",.' . ' ',i:,.,:, Q, gb " 'L' ? EW , ff v-f - M . A P 50,1 . "M 'Q -- - - , , r . , 4 gl , f--gQ.3e3v.r- arg.,- f rr'r ' 1 ' rg 5 - k 1 Q L -1 . Y 5 WE H0 GR aim ffl- ...ss-ss X my M Q QIQ I 0' These students were selected as delegates to Boys and Gurls Stare Lucille Woody Pafncxa Reynolds Johnny Greer Mitchell Bowman Jim Polndexter Lmda Anderson l-larruef Flora Richard lkenberry Linda Anderson ran for state offrce rn F l-l A Rennue France was chosen president of the Falrystone Federahon I76 E ,M .., 55 l , ff K sa.. . 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SENIOR STATI TICS VIVIAN JEANETTE HATCHER I I 2 3 Newsp per Tn I ADELAIDE HELMS A 2 Lattn 2 3 Lnbrary 3 Tr1HlY ALLEN FORREST HODGES BARBARA ALLEN HODGES CECIL EUNICE HODGES JR nnual I Band I 2 3 4 Drarnatucs I 4 H I 2 3 JOYCE ANN HODGES HAZEL VIRGINIA HOLLAND Band I 2 3 4 Mayor tte I 2 3 4 Sargcant Basketball JV 2 Jarsnty 3 4 Co captaun 4 FHA 4 FTA 4 4 H I 2 Lat I 2 3 Sno u en 2 Snow Queen Court 4 Homecomnng Court I24 Maud Honor 4 Horneroam Vrce Pr sudent 2 Secretary 3 Treasurer 4 DICIE ANN HOLLEY FHA 2 3 4 MARY ANN HOLLEY RICHARD LEE HUBBARD Band I 23 Spa REBA CATHERINE HUDSON FHA DULCIE MAUDE HUNT Fu-IA 2 Span T Ht DONALD F HUTCHERSON Banri 2 3 4 Vice Presndent 2 Dramatucs 2 3 4 Sec r ar 3 2 3 H1 Y 2 3 4 Secretary 3 4 Pla 2 Student Council 3 4 RICHARD LAWSON IKENBERRY Annual 2 4 Bustness Manager 4 Beta 3 4 Vxce Pres: nt 4 Dramatic 4 4 l-I I 2 3 l-It Y 2 3 4 Preslden Latnn I 2 3 Treasurer 3 Student Council 4 I-lomeroom Presldent 4 Vcc Pesldent I 3 Vnrgu I 4 H Daury Judgung Team 3 Boys State 3 BETTY JANE INGRAM A 4 4 H IRIS LEE INGRAM PATSY KATH RYN JAMES TOMMY DERFORT JOHNSON FFA 3 4 BARBARA JEAN JONES Chonr 2 3 DE 4 Secretary 4 FHA I 2 3 4 Library Spanxsh 2 BUD CLAY JONES B nd I234 Captain 4H I Latm I 2 PATRICIA ANN LQPRADE Conr 24 Presudent 4 FHA 234 Spanush T H1 Y I FRANKIE JEAN LAVENDER I234 Library I2 Tr1H Y CYNTHIA ANNE LAW Chonr I 24 4 H I 2 Latun I 2 Spanish 34 Trl H: Y 4 KENNETH WAYNE LAYMAN Be a 3 DE 4 MARGARET LEE Beta 3 4 Reporter 3 4 Cheer Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Captaun 4 Latnn I 2 Secretary 2 Spanssh 34 Secre tary 4 Student Councll I234 Homeroom Presndent I 2 Treasurer 3 Vice President 4 JAMES HARRY LOVELL F I234 Treasurer4 4HI2 Beta 3 4 FFA I Latln 2 3 JANET YVONNE LYNCH I 4 H SH ELBY JEAN McCRICKARD WILLIAM DELANO McCRICKARD DO I FFA 3 Student Bus Drlver 34 JAMES NORMAN McGHEE Baseball 2 Manager 2 Basketball JV 2 Manager 2 Varsnty 3 Manager 3 Varsuty Club 2 3 4 ROBERT CHAPMAN McGUIRE Student Bus Driver 3 4 SHELBY JEAN MATTOX Cholr 3 DO 4 4 H I 23 Newspaper 4 Homeroom Secretary 4 ALGERNON MORRIS MAXEY FFA 4 Treasurer 4 WILLIAM EUGENE MAXEY I 2 3 4 SHELBY RAY MEADOR FF I Report I DREMA GAYLE MEADOWS DE 4 Vnce Pres1dent4 FHA 3 4 H 2 Latnn I Home comlng Queen 4 Snow Queen 4 FHA Queen 3 FHA i4-H , ff 0 I: '-H'-Y 2. 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'f' VENTZHEEUHLL 2 2 1 fs '70 55 R ' 42: 6+ SENIOR STATISTICS SHELBERN EUGENE MEEKS 4 FA JOHNNIE LEE METZ Baseball 2 3 4 Chour 4 FFA 2 3 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 JOYCE ANN MILLIRON Beta 3 4 Treasurer 4 Chour I 2 3 4 President 4 FHA 3 4 Sona Leader 4 4 H l 2 Song Leader I 2 Spanush I 2 Student Counctl 4 Secretary 4 Treasurer of FHA Phulpott Feaeratton 4 Homeroom Secretary 3 All State West Chorus I 3 ALEXANDER WRAY MILLS 4 FFP- FRANCES LOUISE MINNIX WALTER LELAND MITCHELL I 2 3 SALLY MARIE NAFF nual 3 Cheer Club 2 3 FHA I4 4 H 2 3 La 2 3 Tn H Y 3 4 Homecoming Court 3 4 Homeroom Vure President 3 Secrctary 2 WINFRED EARL NAFF our 4 FFA I2 ELIZABETH RACHEL NEWBILL Annual 3 4 Senior Class Edvtor 4 Basketball Varsrty 2 Plan 3 Suden C un: 2 T '-IIY 34 Presldcnt 4 Homeroom Presudent I3 Secretary Treasurer 2 Deleqate to SIPA 3 Homecom :ng Court I SHIRLEY MARIE NUNLEY 4 4 H I DIANE MATTIE OAKES FHA 3 4 Rccr atlonal Leader 4 4 H I 2 Tr HI Y 3 4 MARY LEE PENDLETON Basketbal Varsnty 4 FHA I 4 H I23 Lubrary I TERRY LEE PERDUE our34 DO4 4H I Latln ROBERT KENNETH PETERS 3 4 4 H PEGGY AN N PLYBON JAMES DAVID POINDEXTER Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball JV I 2 Varsity 3 4 B ta 3 4 Dramatncs I 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Football JV I arslty 2 3 4 Co Captann 4 H I 2 Reporter HI Y 2 3 4 Chaplain 4 Latln I 2 Vice President 2 Student Council I 2 3 4 Stud nt Body Presldent 4 Var 4 stty Club 2 3 4 Secretary 2 3 Vnce Presndent 4 Home room Presndent I 2 3 Local State Natlonal Road e O Pressdent Pro Tempore Model General Assembly Boys State 3 SCA Workshop 3 HILDA JANE POWELL 4 FHA I 2 4 H SYLVIA MAE POWELL 34 4H I2 Latn4 TrlHl JOYCE MARIE PRESTON Beta 3 4 Choir I Dramatncs 2 3 4 President 4 FHA 4 FTA 3 4 Reporter 3 4 4 H I 2 Newspaper 4 u dent Councnl 4 CARLTON DeMOSS PRICE JR Baseball 234 Basketball Varslty I234 Football V rslty I234 CoCaptaln 34 4H I2 HIY 234 Treasurer 4 Spanlsh 23 Vlce President 3 Student Council 3 4 Varsrty Club 2 3 4 Vlce Presrdent 3 Pres :dent 4 Secretary of Junuor Class 3 Mr Football 4 Homeroom Pr sndent 4 FLOYD WAYNE PRILLAMAN 3 FA I 2 JACK DONNELL PRILLAMAN D 4 4 H 2 AUDREY LOUISE REYNOLDS FHA 4 Latin 2 3 Tru Hn Y 3 4 Treasurer ERNA GAYLE REYNOLDS 2 3 Trl HI Y PATRICIA ANN REYNOLDS Beta 34 Secretary 4 FHA I2 Reporter 2 4 H Student Council I 2 Tn Hn Y 3 4 Gnrls State 3 BERNICE JEAN ROBERTSON our I4 Latin CLAUDE TOMMY ROBERTSON FFA I 2 3 4 Reporter 3 Secretary 4 EDWARD CARROLL ROBERTSON FFA I 2 3 4 FRANCES ANNE ROBERTSON I 4 4 H Tr HI REATHER NADINE ROBERTSON Basketball Varsuty 2 3 Chour I DO 4 Presndent 4 FH 3 4 H I 2 3 4 Student Councll 3 4 Tr1HlY 3 Homeroom Presldent 3 CLARA MAE RUTROUGH FH 4 4H I23 FHA Queen 4 LAWRENCE ARNOLD SAUL DE 4 Parllamentarran 4 4 H I 2 Spanlsh I 2 Student Counctl 2 DEgF 1,44H1,2, b ' 111 1 1 ' ' DO 1 , 1 - I. 11 1 ' 1 - FHA11-11i1'f-Y4' " 1 I 11- 'ISI' DO , . 1. 1 . 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SENIOR STATISTICS HENRY WALTER SCOTT FF I 2 MARVIN LYNN SCRUGGS Spanzsh BOBBY NEISON SELKIRK Sennor Class Presldent WALTER EDGAR SHELTON JR Beta 3 4 FFA I Sparwsh 2 ELBERT CLARENCE SHIVELY JR FF I 2 3 JAMES RICHARD SHIVELY FFA I 2 JUANITA VIVIAN SIGMON DIANE ETHEL SINK 4 FHA I 23 4 H I2 Latrn 3 Spanls LAWRENCE WILSIE SINK MARTHA SINK 4 FHA 3 4 H L CAROL ILA SMITH Chomr I2 3 4 Latzn 4 Library 3 Plano I2 All S a e West Chorus 4 COY VERNON SOWDER a 3 4 FFA I Lan ROSIE GRACE STONE FHA 234 FFA FHA Chapter Sweetheart 4 ORREN KINSEY TENCH JR Beta 3 4 FFA I 2 Spanish 2 3 Student Council 4 MARY KATHRYN THOMAS Band 2 Choir 3 FHA 2 3 4 Reporter 3 4 H I Spanish 2 SHELBY JEAN THOMPSON FHA 3 Tn Hn Y 3 4 Homeroom Vlce Presrdent 3 VIRGIL LEE THOMPSON Beta 3 4 MARILYN JOANNE THURMAN nd I Basketball V rsuty I 4H I23 Libra Newspaper I 2 3 4 Typist 4 SANDRA LEE TUKLOFF 3 4 FHA I 2 3 DONALD WAYNE TURNER Beta 3 4 Football JV I Varsrty 2 3 4 4 H I Student Councnl I2 Var tv Club 34 Homeroom Presxdent I JOEL WALTER TURNER Basketball JV 2 Varsuty 34 Spamsh I2 Varsnty Club 4 ADA ADELINE VIA FHA 4 MARGIE FAYE WADE Band I 2 3 4 Llbrarlan I 2 Head Mayorette I 2 3 4 Captam 3 4 Dramatlcs 4 FHA 4 4 H I 2 3 Reporter I Latin I 2 Newspaper I Trl HI Y 3 4 Secretary 4 All State Band Homeroom Secretary I234 CHARLES DAVID WAGNER DE 4 REBA JEANETTE WALKER I234 4H I2 Spanlsh 2 Trl H: RONALD CALVIN WALKER D 4 FFA I234 Presudent 4 4H I234 TOMMY LEWIS WEBSTER FFA I Secretary I JACQUELYN KING WHITESEL Beta 34 FHA 4 4 H I 2 3 Latnn I 2 3 Newspaper I Tn Hn Y 3 4 Wnnner at the I957 I Speak for Democ racy Contest BETTY JANE WILLARD Chonr 3 4 FFA 4 4 H I 2 3 Snow Queen Court GERALD RAY WILLIE FFA I 2 Latm 3 Beta 34 FFA I Presldent I 4 H I234 Press nt Latin 34 Student Councll 234 RUCKER M WITCHER JR FFA I 234 MARY ELLEN WOODI E Beta 23 Cheer Club I2 Dramatucs I23 FHA 23 Latin EDITH LOGENE WOODS FHA 24 Library 4 ALICE LUCILLE WOODY A nual I Band I234 4H I23 Latin I2 Llbrary 3 4 Presndent 4 Student Councll 4 Tru HI Y 3 4 Chap laln 4 Homeroom Secretary I Grrls State 3 VIFQIDIO Delegate to Natlonal 4 H Club Congress 4 JOHNNY WAYN E WORLEY H GORDON HAYWOOD WRAY JR DO 4 FFA I Treasurer I WILLIAM HERBERT WRAY Beta 34 4 H I Latnn 34 Homeroam Vnce Presndent A, J J ' JJ ' Ji ' 44-11, 'I,2. 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