Franklin High School - Laurel Leaf Yearbook (Franklin, NC)

 - Class of 1942

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. .. v :;.w. ■ ' Vi” v V V iff VS-tlv ■ ££ . 1 4 JH V v?‘ •« ' k ' ■ ? ' » ?jn, , r . 5 gg 1 Sti pMI v. ii YA •» r ' ; imjAWt ' ' ■■■ ■ «- -yd M.D. Billings Former Superintendent of Education to whom dedicates this yearbook in appreciation of his work in Education V a y W.H.Finley - principal of F.H.S., graduated from Clemson College, Cleraaon, South Carolina, with a B.S. degree, Hia home town ia Lauren a,South Caro -lina. Hia apeoial intereat ia farming. Miaa Annie Bailey - sponsor of the poat-graduate class of .H.S. and teach¬ er of commercial subjects, graduated from Tusoulura College, Greensville, Tenneaaee, with a B.A. degree. She i3 purauing a Master a degree in Com -meroe at the University of North Carolina. Her home town ia Johnson City, Tennessee. Her special interest is teaching. " Give to the world the beat you have and the best will oome back to you. Mrs. Marie P. Stewart - sponsor of one senior class and teacher of English III and IV, graduated from the w oman ' a College of the University of N.C. with an A.B. degree. Her home town i3 Franklin, North Carolina.Her main interests are reading and raising flowers. Miss Marie . Haass - sponsor of one senior class and teaches social scien¬ ce s, -fradua t e d from the University of Southern California with a Master ' s degree. Her home town is Los Angeles, California. Her speoial interest is music. Miss Jewell Vandiver - oo-sponaor of the junior class and teacher of chem¬ istry and geometry, is a graduate of Georgia Teacher ' s College, and has a B.S. degree. She i3 from Summit, Georgia, and is especially interest¬ ed in Science, camping, aid traveling. Mrs. Lois Green - co-sponsor of Junior olass and teacher of French and Eng¬ lish, received her A.B. degree from Asbury College.Wilmore,Kentucky. She ia from Bristol, Florida, and is especially interested in books and mus¬ ic. Her most frequent remark is " S- 3 -s-s- 3 h ! " J.C. Hawkins — sponsor of a Sophomore olass and received his .S. degree in raathematios from a math teacher of F.H.S. , Appalachian State Teaoher ' s College, Boone, North Carolina. His home town is Charlotte, North Caro¬ lina. He is most interested in sports. Mrs. Hubert G. Wardlaw — a sponsor of the Sophomore class, teaches English I and II. She graduated from Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Caro¬ lina, with an A.B. degree. Her home town is Franklin, North Carolina and her speoial Interests are reading, bicyoling, and housekeeping. Her pet quotations are: " Don ' t say, ' I can ' t ' — try and you can, " " Got quiet or get out, " " Cut out your courting — what ' s study hall for, anyway? " , and " Have a seat, you all-1-1-1. " W.C. Newton - coaoh at F.H.S. and sponsor of one ninth grade, teaches His¬ tory and geography. He received his A.B. degree from the Lenoir Rhyme • His home town is Hickory, North Carolina. He is especially interested in sports, wood working and history. Mrs. Genevieve H. Whitmire — sponsors one of the Sophomore olasses, teaohes biology. She graduated with an A.B. degree from Woman ' s College of th University of North Carolina, ®reensboro, N.C. Her home town is Brook¬ lyn, New York. Her special interests are different recipes, gardening, and swimming. Si K Macon County Superintendent of Education 71 . H, FI1JLEY Franklin High School Principal Mi»» Laura Thomas - whoso homo-room is freshtnan,toaohes mathematios. She graduated from Turman University, Greenville, South Carolina with a B.S. degree. Her home town is Greenville, South Carolina. Edward J. Whitmire - sponsor of the future farmers of Amerioa of franklin High Sohool and teacher of vocational agriculture, graduated from N. C. St ,e College with a B.S. degree. His home town is Brevard, N. C, His special interests are leaving everything a little better then he found it. " Your time is worthless unless you use it. " Mrs. Katharine M. O ' Neil - whose home-room is oomposed of eighth grade home economics girls, teaches home economics. She received her B.S. degree from Miohigan State Normal College. Her home town is franklin, N.C. She is especially interested in people, cooking, and Dr. O ' Neil. Uiss Helen koore - sponsor of freshman class, teaches General Soience and Physics. She received he t r B.S. degree in science from Winthrop, Rock Hill, South Carolina. Her home town is Chester, South Carolina. She is especially Interested in photography and music. " It ' s an ill wind that blows nobody’good.’ H.C. Touts - teacher of history at f.H.S. graduated from the University of North Carolina with an A.B. degree in Education. His home town is frank -lln, N.C. His special interests are athletics and hunting. Kathryn P. Matthews — sponsor of the seventh grade, teaches English I and III and Seventh Grade Reading. She reoeived her A.B. degree from Woman ' s College of the University of North Carolina, Greensboro,N.C. Her hem town is franklin, N.C. Her special interests are reading, working oressword puzzles, and keeping house. Mrs. Sophia Albert - librarian at franklin High School, studied for three years at G.P.S. in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and for three years at Colum¬ bia University in New York. She majored in art, aad specialized in dram -atios. She aoted professionaly for five years. Her home town is Chat¬ tanooga, Tennessee. Her speoial Interest is dramatios, and the develop¬ ment of character of the franklin High Sohool pupils. •Any investment made in the youth oomes baok in valuable citizenship. " £tmtm i FACULTY Sitting Miss Jewell Vandiver Miss Laura Thomas Science Math Miss Ann Bailey Commercial Mrs. Sophia Albert Librarian Mrs. Herbert Wardlaw English Mrs. Lois Green French Mrs. E. J. Whitmire Science Mrs. Kathryn Matthews English Mr. J. C. Hawkins Math Mr. H. C. Fouts History Mrs. Marie Stewart English Miss Marie Haass History Principal Miss Helen Moore Science Mr. E. J. Whitmire Agriculture W. C. Newton History f J 1 I ] Y ( J J f V ] s7) ( ' — -r • a ) OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Bruce Bryant Helen Edwards Delma Edwards Clayton Ramsey Prettiest Girl Handsomest Boy Most Dependable Most Likely-to-Sueceed Most Athletic Most Influential Most Likable Best all-around Most Popular Most Studious Romeo Juliet Class Baby Class Flirt Man Hater Woman Hater Most Musical Neatest Best Dressed Most Business Like Class Poet Cutest Teacher ' s Pet Class 0ut-up Most Intelligent Most Concieted Best Sport SUPERLATIVES Delma Edwards Helen Edwards Elsie Brendle Jessie M. Barnard Lucille Reece Lucille Calloway Mary Raby Janell Greene Doris Kimsey Virginia Bryant Marion Carr Bernice Cabe Mildred Reid Helen Franks Lois Clark Byrda Nell Southard Helen Edwards Marion Carr Mildred Shope Virginia Bryant Clara Sue Pannell Emogene Landrum Virginia Bryant Byrda Nell Southard George Gray Bruce Bryant Max Parrish George Hunnicutt Clayton Ramsey Donald Foster Bobby Carpenter Mericus McCoy Hunter Anderson Clayton Ramsey Billy Cansler Seim Gibson V. L. Holland Tearl Ashe Edgar Welch Sam Gibson Bruce Bryant Mericus McCoy Jimmey Higdon Billy Cansler Hunter Anderson Sam Gibson George Hunnicutt MOTTO: " TONIGHT WE LAUNCH, WHERE SHALL WE ANCHOR. " FLOWER: DOGWOOD SONG: " GOD BLESS AMERICA " COLORS: RED AND WHITE STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: BOB CARPENTER AND KATE SANDERS V V 0 ANNIE LEOTTA ANDERSON ' Keep Trying 1 , " Lee " hobby: crocheting a nd collecting songs future plans: beauty culture ELSIE MAE BRENDLE ' Let ' s go hand in hand,not one behind the other. ' clubs:Athletic ' 37, ' 38,Etiquette ' 38, ' 39 future plans:teacher HUNTER W. ANDERSON ' I ' ll not budge an inch ' , " Rusty " clubs: President of F.F.A.; member of tl judging team, plans: U.S, Army ANNIE EDITH BROWN ' Increase my knowled¬ ge ' , " Ede " clubs: Library ' 39- Dramatics ' 39• Hobby: Music. Plans for the future: College. MILDRED ANGEL ' Keep ' em Flying ' " Midge " hobby: dreaming future plans: business plans BRUCE DICKINSON BRYANT ' Be prepared ' , 17, " Frog Eyes " —Presid¬ ent of Sr. Class ' 41 ' 42. Hobby-re ading plans: merchant TEARL ASHE •Never do today what you can do tomorrow ' clubs:Monogram and Athletic, ' 40, 41, ' 42 hobby:rocking birds, future plans:Army Air Corps. VIRGINIA BRYANT " Jenny " hobby: sewing and writing clubs: Ahtletics; ' 41 42 F.H.S. winner in Ashe ville C-T contest JESSIE MAE BARNARD ' Take advantage of today ' " Toots " clubs:Dramatic,Ath¬ letic, Vice President of Student Council ' 40, ' 41,cheer leader hobby:photography. BERNICE LEZELIE CABE ' Keep ’em Flying ' " Bunk " clubs: Athletic ' 41 hobby: collecting pin tures of actors and actresses plans: nursing v v — [jf t j( V Y 1 V i u jxoku % ) (r f j y jr v { 1 A I v r ? V “ 1 y OLIVE LOCI LIE CALLOWAX ' The time to be happy is now " Pete " clubs: Dramatics, Scouts, Athletic, cheerleader ' 40 plans: secretary LOIS CLARKE ' to be rather than to seem ' " Blondie " clubs: glee and athle -tic plans: stenography study of medl cine WILLAM VANCE CANSLER " Billy " , " Bill " clubs: Athletic 39 40 hobby: farming plans: undecided GEORGIA MARIE CLOER " Runt " clubs: president of Glee Clubj Eti, uette ' 33, ' 39 hobby: reading plans: Red Cross Nurs HAZEL JOSEPHINE CARPENTER ' Don ' t put off until tomorrow what you can do today " Shorty " hobby: swimming plans: stenography KENNETH CONIZX ' Do unto teachers as they do unto you ' " Kenny " clubs: physical edu¬ cation ' 41, 42 plans: Navy Air Corps ROBERT CLARENCE CARPENTER ' Why worry,it will happen anyway l ' " Bob " , clubs: Student Council Representativ Monogram Club, Athletics ' 39, ' 40 plans: Navy Air Corps SAM CLIFTON CRAWFORD ' Stop l Look l Listen t ' " Shorty " clubs: Athletic 29, hobby: bunting MARION VIOLA CARR ' Tomorrow is another day ' , " Runt " clubs: Dramatics ' 39 ' 40, 41 hobby: astrology plana: Business Col J.O. CUNNINGHAM ' A rolling stone gathers no moss clubs: ATHIETICS hobby: football, and women plans: undecided DELMA FAIE CUNNINGHAM •Act well your part; there the honor lies " Porky " clubs: Glee ' 39, ' 40 Athletic 39, ' 40 plans: Beauty culture DgWELL INEZ elliotte •To do my best always ' " Precious Jewell ' club s: 4H ' 39; Glee ' 38 hobby: music future plans: nursing WILLIE HEIEN DILIE ' Live and learn ' " Chick " clubs: Glee and Dram atic ' 39, ' 40, ' 41 hobby: reading plans: Civil Service WILLIAM DONALD FOSTER ' Today is the tomorrow I worried about yester -day; so why worry l ' " Red " clubs: Athletic plans: Air Corps FRANCES MARIE DOT DIE ' Let tomorrow take care of itself ' " Blug " clubs: Etiquette ' 39 hobby: reading plans: uncertain GEORGE CHARLES GRAY ' Keep digging ' clubs: Athletic, Agri culture ' 38, ' 39 hobby: hunting future pains: agriculture AVA JANE LIE GREEK ' I ain ' t laboring for nobody ' " Shenell " clubs: Dramaticsj 4Hj Vice President of JUnior Class ' 40- ' 41 plans: secretary and the boss ' es wife DEIMA EDWARDS ' Give to the world the best you have ' " Scotty 41 clubs: Glee and Dram ' atic ' 39, ' 40; Prett- iest-Girl-in- Senior Class, plans: _ THURSIA HEIEN EDWARDS •God ' s way is the best ' " Pat " , " Butch " clubs: Dramatic ' 39 ' 40 plans: missionary MERL LEE KINSLAND ' Pace the sun and the shadows will fall be¬ hind you ' " Mitsie " hobby: stamp collector plans: teacher LI LI MARGARET GUEST •Co unto others as you would have them do un¬ to you , " Midge " club: Glee, Athletic 38, ' 39 hobby: sewing plane: nursing JAMES L. HUGGINS •Keep ' em flying " Jim " clubs: Athletics ' 40, 41 hobby: welding plans: aviation RITA IRENE GUFFEY ' Make the best better’ " Renie " hobby: music clubs: Glee, and Athletic plane: stenography JAMES DEAN HIGDON ' Blow the Japs to Halifax ' " Jimmy " clubs: Athletic hobby: mechanics plans: aviation ALICE BARBARA HURST ' Make the best better " Babs " hobby: philately, cooking; treasurer of Student Council plans: Home Economics V.L. HOLLAND •Let ' s lick the Japs ' " Fatty " hobby: reading future plans: bookeeping LAWTON ALEX KEENER ' Let ' er go ' " Chicken " clubs: Athletics hobby: reading plane: agriculture CHRISTINE HUGGINS ' Be prepared’ " Tean " clubs: Etiquette bobby: embroidery plans: clerk DORIS ADIE KIMSEY •Don ' t put off untill tomorrow what you can do today ' , " Shorty " Hobby: hiking plans: college mr TVq Y () (y () . x v V—11 v ) icfy URAL KEIL MC CONNELL •Let each day take care of itself’ " Conn’’ hobby: farming future plana: U.S.A, Army ETHEL EVELYN NORTON ' Work for a higher goal " Elbe " clubs: Glee ' 39 hobby: photography plans: normal college MERICUS DEWEY MC COY ’Hold what ya got " Duck clubs: Athletic) Football ’39,’40, 41 Hobby: " spooning " CLARA SUE PANNELL •Do unto others as you would have them do unto you’ , " Pcmd " clubs: Glee 38 plans: Hone Ec. Major ROBERTA Me DOWELL ' Never build yourself up for a let-down " " Dump " clubs: Athletic hobby: dancing plans: nurse ROBERT C. PARKER ’Plan before proceed ing’ " Bob " hobby: reading future plans: United States Navy GEORGE PARKER MOORE ' Sink or swim ' " Baby " clubs: Monnogram and Athletics hobby: swimming plans: Marriage CHARLES MAX PARRISH ’Never stand still and you ' ll get some where " Reverend " clubs: Athletics plans: Agriculture CATHERINE VIRGINIA NORTON ' Never put off ' till tomorrow what you can do today ' clubs: Glee hobby: piano plans: stenography WAYNE AVERY PENDERGRASS ' Smash those Japs ' " Tom " clubs: Athletic hobby: Mechanics future pl a ns: shipbuilding course MARY CANDANCE RABI •Be prepared at all tines ' " Strawbe rry " clubs: Glee, Etiquette hobby: music plans: Music Teaching ELORA BELIE SANDERS •Face the sun and the shadows fall behind you " Lur " clubs: Athletics plans: beauty culture CLAYTON H. RAMSEY ' Just as you say; not that I care’ " Red " clubs: Athletic, Senio -r Treasurer plans: vocational work KATE ELIZABETH SANDERS •If at first you don- ot succeed, try, try again ' " Blondie " hobby: snapshots plans: nursing LUC I LIE REECE ' Live and let live ' " Shorty " clubs: Glee hobby: sports futureplans: uncertain MARGARET HADASSAH SANDERS ' Let nothing discour ' age you; never give up ' " Peggy " hobby: swimming plans: college MILDRED RUTH REID •Study to show thyself proved unto God ' " Mooch " clubs: Etiquette ' 39 hobby: Scrapbooks plans: teahing history EDITH MARIE SELIERS ' Ee prepared ' " Dedi " clubs: Glee ' 38 hobby: reading future plans: uncertain ANNA LOU SANDERS ' Achieve fame in of obstacles ' " Blondie " clubs: Etiquette hobby: reading future plans: stenography ANNIE LOIS SHEIIDS ' Be prepared ' " Sister " clubs: Glee ' 29 ' 40 hobby: reading,writ- ing poetry plans: college- major in science Vi f J r | mm _ J f C) s • —• - DtXv i ' X MILDRED ARRIE SHOPE 1 Profit by your mis¬ takes and meet your troubles with a smile " Sonk " , clubsi Athlet¬ ic ' 39, ' 40; Ore ' 38 plans: college-sciAnce GLADYS NORA STILES ' Make good, better, best ' clubs: Glee 39, ' 40 hobby: piano future plans: study music, art JUANITA BETTI SNYDER ' Do a good deed daily " Bet " clubs: Etiquette ' 39 hobby: swimming plans for future: Business Course RUBY PARAZITTIE TEEM ' Look forward to the future and forget the past ' clubs: Home Economics hobby: reading plans: beauty culture BYRDA NELL SOUTHARD ' Make the best better ' ■Littlun " clubs: Journalism ' 40, ' 41 ) Carnival ftueen hobby: dancing plans: stenography ELLA BERNICE VINSON ' To make the best better ' •Niece " clubs: Glee ' 39, 1 quette ' 38 plans: uncertain CARRIE OLETTA ST I IRS ' Smile and the world smiles with you ' " Cooge " clubs: Home Economics hobby: bicycling future plans: stenography DORIS GERALDINE WELLS ' To make the best bet -ter ' 18 " Jerory " Clubs: Glee ' 39, ' 40 hobby:music future plans: Busin¬ ess college EDGAR EARL WELCH ' If at first you do¬ n ' t succeed, try, try a £ ain 18 " Ed " clubs: Glee, ' 39, 40 hobby: fishing future plans: avia¬ tor ANNA GEORGE NANCY WAIDR00P ' Greet your neighbor with a happy smile ' " Frizzy " clubs: Glee ' 38, ' 39 hobby: swimming plans: stenography SAM GIBSON JUNIOR ' Take what yew have and make the best of it " Junior " clubs: Glee ' 39, ' 41 future plans: journey to Mexico HELEN GWENDOLYN HUNKS ' Today is the tomor¬ row we worried about yesterday ' " Honey " clubs: Dramatie, Ath letic plans: Art (comraerci al) CARL MASON Never put off ' till tomorrow what you car. do today ' clubs: Athletic Future plans: indefinite EMOGENE LANDRUM ' Right is might ' clubs: Dramatic Athletics, Valdictori ' an of the Class of ' 42 future plans: college FRANCES MASHEUIJi •Strive to conquer ■Sis " dribs: Athletic hobby: reading plans: Indefinite SENIOR PERSONALITIES Mascots Marcia Green Sonny " Bryson Bruce Bryant President Delma Edwards Secretary Helen Edwards V. President Sponsors Mrs. Marie Stewart Mi 8s Marie Haass Knowing that it won ' t be long now until we approach our end,and too re— •Siting the fact th a t we must leave to our friends and comrades our most treasured possessions,we,the Class of 42 do hereby will and bequeath the following to thems To our teachers,we hereby will and bequeath our appreciation for all they have done for ua;we also extend our sincere sympathy to them for the wrinkles we have left on their faces and sscness at knowing our loss is un¬ bearable. To the sohool,we wish to leave our good disposition and kind hearts. I Bruce Bryant,do hereby will and bequeath my offioe as President of the Senior Class to anyone who is as capable of the job next year. I,Lois Clarke,do hereby will and bequeath my neatness to Jean Taylor Norton. I,Barbara Hurst,do hereby will and bequeath my sweet disposition to My¬ ra Slagle. I,Lucille Calloway,do hereby will and bequeath my nickname " Pete to Lucille Vinson. I,Hunter Anderson,do hereby will and bequeath my stubborneSs to Charles Fulton. 1,Donald Foster,do hereby will and bequeath my red hair to Sol Sanders. I,George Hunnicutt, do hereby will and bequeath my chicken farm to Clell Bryant. I. immie Higdon, do hereby will and bequeath my mischievous ways to Ken¬ neth Welch. I,James L. Huggins, do hereby will and bequeath 2 feet of my height to Vic Perry. I,Delma Edwards, do hereby will and bequeath my offioe as Secretary of the Senior Class to anyone wanting a job. We,Tearl Ashe, George Moore, Bobby Carpenter, and J.C. Cunningham, do here -by will and bequeath our athletic fame to all the Junior Boys of Franklin High School. I,Alex Keener, do hereby will and bequeath 2 inohes of my height to James Furr. We,Clifton Crawford and V.L. Holland, do hereby will and bequeath our studious ways to Fred Houk and Crawford Ledford. We,Bernice Cabe and Roberta McDowell, do hereby will and bequeath our love for the navy to Lorene Nichols and Lotis Bradley. I,Kenneth Conley, do hereby will and hequeath my ability to recite poetry to Logan Allen. r J I,Janelle Greene, do hereby will and bequeath ray popularity to Mary Con- stanoe. l, hristine Huggins, do hereby will and bequeath my love for the army to Betty Jane Waldroop, " 3 I,Ural ‘“cConnel, do hereby will and bequeath 8 inches of my height to James Stockton. We,Frances Mashburn and Nanoy Waldroop, do hereby will and bequeat’ our likable dispositions to Betty norsley and Betty Sue Tilson. I,Lucille Reece, do hereby will and bequeath my blaok ourls to Barbara Stockton. I.Leotta Anderson, do hereby will and bequeath part of my blonde hair to Mary Frances Page. We,Virginia Bryant and Helen Franks, do hereby will and bequeath our ad¬ miration of Jimmie Higdon to Merrily Brooks. I,Clayton Ramsey, do hereby will and bequeath my influential ways to Paul Lee Plemons. I,Billy Can sier, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Helen Franks to Harding Angel. ■ hereby will and bequeath 10 pounds of my weight to my si3 Claretta. CLASS WILL AND TESTAMENT I,Bernice Vinson, do hereby will and bequeath my bashfulness to Ruth Ed¬ wards. I,Geraldine Wells, do hereb- ' will and bequeath my quiet ways to Betty Johnson. We. lsie Brendle and Emogene Landrum, do hereby will and bequeath our tudious ways to Nadine Huggins and M ar gi e Duval-1. , We,Hazel Carpenter and ' -ate Sanders, do hereby will and bequeath our love for each other to Edna urrell and Dorothy Rogers. We,Doris Kinsey and Mildred Angel, do hereby will and bequeath our height to someone as tall as we are. We,Carrie Stiles and Ruby Teem,and Evelyn Norton, do hereby will and be¬ queath our bashfulness to Lucy Blake. I,Elura Belle Sanders, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in English Class to Margaret Corbin. I,Mericus McCoy, do hereby will and bequeath my curly hair to D on Holt. I,George Gray, do hereby will and bequeath my handsome looks to Fred Sny¬ der. I,Mildred Reid, do hereby will and bequeath my man-hatred to Sally Lou Moore. We,Edith Brown, Helen Dills, Trances Dowdle, Dewell Elliotte, and Irene Guffey, do hereby will and bequeath our love for History to all the Sopho¬ mores. I,Sam Gibson, do hereby will and bequeath my blue eyes and blond hair to John Huscusson. I,Jessie Mae Barnard, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to debate to Mildred Shuler. I,Helen Edwards, do hereby will and bequeath my leadership in the Student Council to Sol Sanders. We,Edgar Welch, Carl Mason, and Robert Parker do hereby will and bequeath our quiet ways to Logan Allen, and Allen Angel. We,Margaret Sanders and Mildred Shops, do hereby will and bequeath our resemblanoe to each other to E a te and Lois Jacobs. I,Annie Lois Shields, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Trench to Catherine Young and Catherine Gray. „ Delma Edwards Byrda Nell Southard IKE ALL OTHER CUSSES L«4 tory. It may not be known the world over, but it is history Just the same. The history of the class can be divided into four per- In the first period we enteral high school determined to win an educa¬ tion and fit ourselves for the future. Because we had to adjust ourselves to new teachers and new conditions, the year was very trying to ue. A large-i- ber of us left school but the ones who finished this period were stronger in mind and heart, and more determined than ever to finish school During the next period, we began to take more interest in school and to make ourselves known. We gave a large party in the school auditorium. Then «e passed on to the third period. High-light of the affairs of the third period was the Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet, To make this activity an enjoyable one for the Seniors, we worked hard all year. To raise money for this aim we gave two carnivals and sold maga¬ zine subscriptions. But all the while we were looking forward and dreaming of the time when we would be seniors. Another summer rolled by and our dream came true. We were Seniors l Yet this period for which we had yearned was not easy. Most of us had to study hard in order to graduate and at times it seemed as though we could never reach our goal, but reach it we did. Classmates l Let’s not forget FHS and till that she has meant to us l f JUNIOR ACTIVITIES RADITIONALLY, the Juniors of Franklin High this year have been very, very jolly. Their jollity and cheerfulness have been in evidence at school, in clar and out, and so sincere it is that it will be effected in chasing murky clouds away throughout their drives. These one hundred and nineteeen rays of sunshine have had more than ample opportunity to shoulder and dispense their varied responsibilities and they have preformed these with skill and dispatch. The Hallowe ' en Carnival was an unparalleled success— ' everyone had a wonderful time and the gate receipts reached the highest mark in the his¬ tory of the school. A nother record, that of magazine sales, was broken by the untiring labor and perseverance of the group. Entertaining the Seniors with an informal banquet, was the breaking of a precedent of stricter economy in view of the nations ' drama was the only possible course. Logan Allen Jack Cabe Robert Cabe Rudolph Carter Ellis Conley W.P. instance Ernest Dill Jr. Erwin Dowdle Dwight Holbrooks Ned Howard John Huscusson Harry Kinsland Crawford Ledford George Martin Homer McCoy Collidge Morgan John G. Murray Howard Myers Rudolph Parrish Sam Ramsey Tom ‘’etzer Bob Waldroop Kenneth Welch James Yonce John Potts Olatta Baldwin Lois Ledford Lotis Bradley Margaret Corbin Ruth Crawford Virginia Farmer Genevieve Frazier Katherine Gray Freda Mae Hall Dana Bell Keener Sue Dell Kimsey Elizabeth McCall Virginia McGee Lor ' ne Nichols Mary Alic® Rickman Manilla Rogers Annie Jean Roland Midlred A. Roper Ruth Roland Dora Shepherd Dorothy Stewart Mary H. Vinson Betty Jane Waldroop Edith Waters Louise Williams Catherine Young Betty Johnson Dorothy Duvall Beatrice B ec t Leona Southard Katheryn Kiser Sarah Bell Dowdle Joe Tyler James ?urr Harry Corbin J.B, Anderson Belvo, Waldroop Lucille Vinson Allen An_;el Harding “ngel Jack Angel Clell Bryant Marshall Fouts Charles Fulton Harrel Hoglen Fred Houk Robert L. Leach Vic Perry Sol Sanders Vi el ton Roberts Charles Vinson Ruby Baldwin Thelma Baldwin Ruby Beeco Margie Blumenthal Mattie Pearl Bryson Annie Byrd Bradley Joann Bryson Virginia Burrell Wanda Cobb Ila Mae Crisp Mary M. Davis Mario Lean Ina Belle Elliotte Mildred Franklin Lorene Gibson Betty Horsley Dorothy Houston Lois Jacobs Carlyne Jamison Edith Justice Roberta Keener Sally Sue Mincey Sally Lou Moore Hazel Morgan Laurabelle Morgan Mary Frances Page Louise Pendergrass Dorothy Scott Barbara Stockton Jean Taylor Betty Sue Tilson Eloise Teeps i ( A Mildred k. Roper, Catherine Young, Catherine Gray, Dorothy Stewart, Mildred T« Roper, Ruth Rowland, Virginia McGee, Margaret Corbin, Lorene Nichols, Second Row Sam Ramsey, Dorothy Duvall, Eloise Teems, Edith Justice, Sarah Belle Dowdle Helen Vinson, Third Row Ned Howard, Earnest ille, Jr., Coolidge Morgan, Howard Myers, James Yonce John Gibson Murray. TO STRIVE, TO SEEK, TO FIND, AND NOT TO YIELD. " JjA V J t T J i 1 imM B C f jgfe ' ; n-jjgrt mmn • ►? • • m III « Left to right First row: Lois Jacobs, Lorene Gibson, Ina Belle Elliotte, Ila Mae Crisp, Mattie Pearl Bryson, Marie Dean, Sally Sou Mincey, Dorothy Scott, Mary Magaret Davis Mrs Green, Annie Byrd Bradley, Catherine Kiser, Belva Waldrop, Lanrabelle Morgan, Roberta Keener, Leone Southards, Thelma Baldwin, Hazel Morgan, Ruby Beeco , Dorothy Houston, Virginia Burrell Harrel Hoglen, Charles Vinson, Harding Angel, Harry Corbin CUSS FLOTER ' • sTV • Left to right. First row: Betty Jane Waldroop, Ruth Crawford, Annie Jean Roland, Elizabeth McCall, Sue Dell Kimsey, Mary Helen Vinson, Betty Johnson, Virginia Farmer Olatta Baldwin. Second row: Jena V. Frazier, Lois Jacobs, Dora Shepherd, Mary Alice Rickman, Lotis Bradley, Freda Mae Hall, Jack Cabe, Miss Vandiver. Third row: Robert Cabe, Crawford Ledford, George Martin, Logan Allen, Harry Kinsland. Fourth row: John Huscusson, Rudolph Carter, Dwight Holbrooke THE MARINES ' HYMN L-I - T 1 i -7 • ' V _L S r x T • X h -—YT rXX yX ■— ! XT - ] s( ( ( • ;■ ■ V ' 4» : i % Reading from left to right. First row: Betty Horsley, Margl Mary Frances Page, Barbara Stockton, Sally Lou Moore, Louise Joan Bryson, Carlyne Jamison, Betty Sue Tilson. Second row: Bryant, $ol Sanders, Fred Houk, Marshall outs. Third row: James Furr, Vic Perry, Robert Leach, Allen Angel. Barbara Stockton Teacher ' s Pet Joann Bryson and Jack Cabe Romeo and Juliet Allen Angel Welton Roberts Elisabeth McCall Quietest Sam Ramsey Woman Hater Coolidge Morgan Cutest XVWj,- SOPHOMORE SUPERLATIVES Helen Rickrc ' vn Johnny Reece Most likely to succeed- Gladys Hannah Jimmy Horsley Most musical Inez Crawford Bob Jacobs Emma Lou Hurst Most athletic Johnny Keener Most popular Margie Duvall Johnny Reece Romeo and Juliet ' Glee Hannah Rufus Pannel Most intellectual ' adys Hannah j J during toriou oraoy. I,.... the past twenty years. There has been great political upheaTal The United States and her allies were rio- s in the war which led to the downfall of all foroes opposed to demo- It is believed that the world is on the verge of being Utopian. I am just returning home for the first time since I was assigned to my post as governor of one of the new states in the World Confederation. My plane glides smoothly to the runway, of the large airport at Frankl " ' the city now famous for its unique location. It is the only city in world surrounded by water tjiat is not on an island. This was brought . c by the oonstruotion of the numerous dams. As I step from my plane I • ' m met by one of my old friends. She takes me to dine at one of the state ' s most exclusive clubs, which, strange to say, still retains the name of Panorama Courts. As we take our seats we are a pproaohed b " a man whom I recognize as a former olassmate, Wayne Pendergrass. He informs me that he is now proprietor of this olub. This reoalls old times and I begin to inquire of my friend about the various associations of my schooldays. She tells me the following story: " There are quite a few things outstanding about Franklin. One is the faot that North Carolina ' s largest family lives here. The head of the house is Bobby Carpenter and his wife is the former Delma Edwards. The oity is famous as the home of the Artie explorer, Mericus Mc¬ Coy, His exploration resulted in a dense settlement of the frigid regions because his magnetic oharm started a general migration of feminine admirers to the North Pole. Too, it was the birth place of the famous motion picture stars, George Gray and Leotta Anderson. Their latest picture is " The Life of James Hidgon, Thomas Edison II " . Many of our olassmates are now taking part in the oity affairs. The mayor is now Donald Foster. He attained this office through his oharm- ing personality and the money put up by the " Aluminum King " , Alex keener. Janelle Green, with romantic motives, is the mayor ' s private secretary. From this part of the state Sam Gibson is representative to North Carolina ' s legislature. The oheif of police is Clifton Crawford (now mar¬ ried to Edith Brown) and serving on the polloe force are Tearl Ashe, Ural MoConnell, and V.L. Holland. The principal of Franklin ' s largest school is Kenneth ' ■ ' onley. On the staff are: Emogene Landrum, history teacher (she emphasizes dates so much her students say 1-4-9-2 instead of 1-2-3-4.); Christine Huggins, Eng¬ lish teacher (she tells how much better students behaved when she went to school.); Elsie Brondell, chemistry teacher (buildings are in constant dan¬ ger of being blown up.); and Dewell Elliot, French teaoher (she is noted for translation of Frenoh poetry.) In the area not flooded bv dams, farms are cultivated bv Hunter Anderson, specializing in raising stock; James L. Huggins,(attempted to farm successfully but because of his dreamy nature his wife, the former Merl pin s- land, is forced to support the family;); and George Hunnicutt, chicken farm¬ er (he lives a il alone with his chickens because he could not deoide which girl he wanted. ) s Reading from right to left. First row: Gladyt Potts, Elizabeth BasilIk, Idi Mae Dowdle, Inez Crawford, Fannie Mae Setser, Grace Long, Rose Lee Whitting ' ton, Iva Lee Hurst, Edna Jennings, Lillian Jones, Maxine Brendle,Grace Hig¬ don, Anna Lois Tallent, C.L, Green, Second row: Mrs, ardlaw, Edith Style Pearl Huscusson, Esther Potts, Maye Deal, Marie Sanders, Louise Corbin, Mil- dred Early, Sophia Tallent, Lula Belle Shepherd, Georgia McCoy, Freda Win¬ cey, LaVinia McCoy, Madge Frady, Katherine Cabe, Lucy Bateman, Ila Mae Gray Mozelle Ledford. Third row: Paul Leatherman, Dewitt Bryant, Frank Murray, Gus Leach, Glenn Welch, SOPHOMORE SUPERLATIVES (CONT.) Class baby ' Lillian Jones Charles Browning Neatest ' Johnny Reese Most influential ' Emma Lou Hurst Phoebe Stanfield Cutest- Charles Browning SOPHOMORE MOTTO SINK OR SWIM " Unfits 9 s i tilftf wTivTlSfir ]( v tr — tC - — Jl V ; Y SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS President Gladys Hannah Glee Hannah Helen Rickman Jimmy Horsley SOPHOMORE COLORS rfiT )fr i | jL la i jya 11 This year the awkward students who were to compose the Freshmen Class entered dear old F H S. But in all fairness it must be said that these en¬ tering students were not too different from those who had preceeded them. As among the other classes many were the romances that developed thro ' ugh the first part of the year. The Carolyns were quick to fiiri sweet beau friends- any man, that is. excitement. ran high when during the middle of tl term, the class gained an addition wi .th the entrance of Ann Flannagan into this high school. This F reshmen Class of this yes r also has its share of the higher intellectual levels which is person!!tied in Leroy Roper- an A average stu¬ dent. Also there are a good many hone ir roll students in proportion to the class as a whole, Here ' s honirar that t.hA-o- — a - —„„ +r loir d WW1 ffVl 07 £1 ! L ScVr f s I Reading from left to right. First row: Rebecca Smart, Nettie McCall, Stella Sue Parker, Dorothy Corbin, Betty Addington, Hazel Holland,Jessie Lee Downs, Mary Lou Liver, Bessie Smith, Ela Moss, Faye Ammons, Agnes Shepherd, Jenniv- leve Mason, larrna Kate Anderson, Velma Crisp. Second row: Lois Stewart,Ven- ona Houston, Yela Cloer, Dorothy Leatherman, Mildred Beeco, Janice Renyold, Violet Barnard, Jeanette Harrison, Joan Palmer, Margaret Hoore, Edna Mae Brendle, Rachel Donaldson, Eva Waldroop, Lucille Setzer, Iva Lee Hurst,Thel¬ ma Duncan. Third row: Eva Nell Clarice, Pauline Allen, Julia Higdon, Evelyn Stiles, Hazel Stiles, Frances Penland, Sally Morgan, Violet Lakey, Louise S- hepherd, Laura Alice Cabe, Elva Bryant, Lolse Hauley, Margaret Vanhook. FRESHMAN ACTIVITIES CONT The reader may see at a glance that one of our pictures has only boys in it. We may account for it by the fact that the class also has its crop of woman-haters. And also its crop of man-haters. One of the most conspicious members of the class is Jack Nichols, who this year has already been able to incur Mrs. Stewart ' s wrath. Woe unto him l One Oj. the most promising of the female attractions of the class is Mildred Beecoe who this year managed to attract various members of the Junior Class. The class also has its shy creatures. Among these are Ela Moss, Grace lance, and Steve Me Connell. Their oppisites are Faye Dills, Ruth Edwards, and James Stockton. nJ W y L—4-4 X JX -X w V ) £ (1 ( ' — Jr • FRESHMAN CUSS OFFICERS Violet Barnard Mildred Beeco Wardlaw Whitmire Fawkina •. Newton Jr 4 ft 9t,- • A 7 • • V V ) s ( V W Left to right First rows Rebecca Smart, Nettie Me Call, Stella Sue Parker, Dorothy Corbin, Betty Addington, Hazel Holland, Jessie Lee Dorms, Mary Lou Liner, Bessie Snith, Ila Moss, Faye Ammons, Agnes Shepherd, Jenevieve Mason, Zanna Kate Andersen, Velma Crisp. Second rew; Lois Stewart, Venona Houston, Tula Cloer, Dorothy Guy, Dorothy Leatherman, Mildred Beecoe, Janice Reynolds Violet Barnard, Jeanette Harrison, Joann Palmer, Margaret Moore, Mae Brendle, Rachel Donaldson, Belva Waldrop, Lucille Setzer, Iva Lee Hurst, Thelma Duncan mM A? xv im i i k I Furr (mgr.), Hunnlcutt, Ashe, Murray, Ci second tow Coacn Newton, Allen, Cabe, Howard, Jacobs, Moore, Welch, Carpenter Iogan Allen Bobby Ray G • D. Shepherd Kenneth Welch Ned Howard George Hunnlcutt Paul Huscusson W. P, Constance Bob Jacobs J. C, Cunningham John Keener Cunningham George Moore John Murray W ! - ' a JOURNALISM CLUB left to right Front row: 3yrda Hell Southards Mary Frances Page 3arbara Stockton Second row: Vic Perry Clell Bryant Ida Mae Dow die Betty Horsley Betty Jane Waldrop Gus Leach James Stockton Miss Jewel Vandiver Gordon Porter Charles Fulton Jack Angel Sol Sanders Allen Angel ■history ' The Journalism Club of FHS was founded in the school year of 1958- 59 for the purpose of publishing a high school newspaper. The first Editor of this new paper entitled The Mountain Echo was George Patton, both able and cap¬ able and the faculty adviser and sponsor was Mrs. Shufford. The next year the paper continued with success under the able co-editors, Kenneth Bryant and Lewis Patton. The paper was sponsored that year by a new teacher at FHS, Miss Gloria Reagan. In 1940- 4l, the paper continued under the editorship of Kenneth Bryant who was supplanted in the latter part of the year. This term the club had as sponsor Miss Reagan who had continued on at FHS. This year the paper entered its fourth year of publication with Sol Sand¬ ers, Editor and Mary Frances Page as Associate Editor. The club ' s activities were under the direction of a new sponsor, Miss Jewel Vandiver. The club and many of the students were expressing the hope at the end of the term that it would be possible to publish the paper despite the war and other handicaps . Keneth Welch, Jack Cabe, Fred Houk, Jessie Keener, James Fun- second row: Coach Newton, Tearl Ashe, George Hunnicutt Ned Howard, George Moore, J. C. Cunningham MONOGRAM CLUB Officers President... Vice President Secretary..,., Treasurer..,,. J, C. C unningham ...... Tearl Ashe ....... Fred Houk •George Hunnicutt Logan Allen Tearl Ashe Jessie Mae Barnard Jack Cabe Bobby Carpenter W. P. Constance J. C. Cunningham J. S. Cunningham James Fun Fred Houk Ned Howard George Hunnincutt Paul Husscusson Bbbby Jacobs John Keener George Moore Speck Munay G.D. Shepherd Kenneth Welch 1 left to right: Sam Ramsey, George Hunnicutt, Hunter Anderson, Robert Parker, and Sam Gibson Hunter Anderson George Hunnicutt .Robert Parker Sam Gibson The Franklin Chapter of The Future Farmers of America has sixty members. The pupose of this organization is: to develop leadership; to encourage recreational activities for students in agriculture; and to encourage cooperative effort among the students. The motto of The Future Farmers of America is: LEARNING TO DO, DOING TO LEARN, EARNING TO LIVE, AND LIVING TO SERVE l They learn to do by doing and their work around F H S seems to be sucessful A v T Vi V " j Front Row Ida Mae Dowdle, Betty Horsley, Betty Jane lliams Byrda Nell Southards Waldroop, Louise Second row: Vic Perry, Clell Bryant, Barbara Stockton Page, Fred Houk ...Sol Sanders Associate Editor.. p Advertising Manager. Byrda Nell ‘- ' outharas Assistant Advertising Managers...Clell Bryant and Merrily Brooks Business Manager. Barbara Stockton Activity Editor.. p e rry Photographic Editor..........Louise Williams Faculty Editor...Betty Jane Waldroop Senior Editor.Betty Horsley Junior Editor. . Houk Sophomore Editor.Ida Mae Dowdle Freshman Editor......... Ida Mae Dowdle The Laurel Leaf, Franklin H igh School ' s annual, was first published in 1925, and publlcation was continued for four years following. After 14 years the editorship is resumed by the school students, sponsored by the Journalism Club. It is our sincere hope that you will like this 1942 edition of the Laurel c v f r f ’ • vO Mrs. Marie Stewart, Annie Bradley, Ruth Edwards, Barbara Hurst, Hunter And , erson, Helen Edwards, Sara Ramsey, Miss Jewel Vandiver, Kinion Welch, Emma Lou Hurst, Harry Kinsland, Bobby Carpenter, Gus Leach STUDENT COUNCIL . Helen Edwards Sam Ramsey Hunter Anderson ,. Barbara Hurst The Student Council was organized in 1933 for the purpose of promoting dent participation in government. Two delegates are elected each year to resent each class and one delegate to represent the post-graduates. The qualifications for office-holding are: the president must be chosen from the senior class; the vice president the junior class; and the secretary and treasurer from the student body whole. HoMe Builder Macon County Building Loan Association liments E. K. CUNNINGHAM CO Tke SKop of Quality Modern Cottages RANKIIN ' S EAOINC Recreational Center FAST CUR8 SERVICE PANORAMA COURTS Cagle — Bradley FRANKLIN, N. C. •O V ' v 7 - V-—f [I -—x 1 Mg r ( ' w • T SiOC x y( J f ) . -_-_ Vs i - ompNmenfs Franklin Laundry ftul Coapewter.PwopnietoB Phoiae 136 CAGLE ' S CAFE Quality Foods at SeNsi ble Pr ices PauI CAgle, Owser I,...,. LI in IVfinei«ctl R o(luci Co. Com 7 ‘ 1 ° WESTEBN CAROLINA TELEPHONE COMPANY Ccmpliments nani FurnUufe ' trie TO SC»vf AS wt WQU1.0 PC SCUvfO ' ompbmenis o The Bank of Franklin MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT CORP. Fi«avildin. [. C. o s( _yy v V- ) X Vv v 01Xxxmi cLctu Lc ui jof £8 OAul SoMtll APPALACHIAN HARDWOOD SUiJ 3Ci£r dPHanitii 9TLii)P 0 ' aci£itie FRANKLIN, N. C. WATCHESanJEWElRY CoHpliMENts oj HigKGradeWotcn Reeves II ft pi Repairing Hardware Company 4 - -V ' A ' i ■ 5 6 U 0) ? 0 BUILDING MATERIALS I GroverJamison Farm Implements sStowes WftlcK M A er and Jeweler Hardware WiU Quahty MexI to U.8. PostOf iCE PhoNe 113 " X M ) Q jv Qh i. 1 A 1 — " T " yC_r TT V PERRY’S DRUG STORE For fill your Druy Urrds Bilf vtcrtlcE Crsjun MtMfrfp} WhdmfiMS Cm(J l£S Ph one 82 FrnjiKlw MACON THEATRE ! 1 ENTERTAINMENT THAT IS WORTHWHILE FfeunojX ' XG. 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