Franklin High School - Laurel Leaf Yearbook (Franklin, NC)
- Class of 1953
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FROM THE LIBRARY OF ■ ■ B [ 3r5 uD rB | c‘ ■ ' v ' 5 M w iSK 9 ■£. M i i i ■ • Ki i l r l ' • m m - |F aL THE ANNUAL STAFF OF FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL FRANKLIN, N. C. Presents THE LAUREL LEAF 1953 " LAUREL LEAF " STAFF Barbara Crews_ Sophomore Editor Bobbie Burch_ Freshman Editor Carlene Sorrells_ Junior Editor Laura Lyle_ Assistant Editor Mr. Williams_ Sponsor Patty Lou Phillips_ Editor Shirley Cloer.... Myra Crawford Mertis AngeL... Max Henderson_ Snapshots Editor Dan Angel Sports Editor Advertising Mgr. _ Business Mgr. Circulation Mgr. IN DEDICATION It is with love and gratitude that we, the Senior Class of 1953, as an expression of our appreciation for their understanding and the sacrifices they have made in order that we may be able to accomplish the things for which our hearts yearned, knowing that they have followed us with hearts and minds over each glorious and each rugged step of the way. TO OUR PARENTS with love and affection for your ever loving watchful care, we dedicate this issue of the LAUREL Leaf. IN APPRECIATION To one who by her conscientious efforts and pa¬ tient guidance has served our school long and well, never failing to give her time unselfishly to any project for the welfare of our school, we, the Senior Class, wish to express our appreciation to MISS ANNIE BAILEY our former Commercial teacher, we tender our thanks and best wishes in her future work. OUR PRINCIPALS MR. RAY LOWE MR. R. G. SUTTON FACULTY MISS ADELAIDE BREWER Training: Colorado State Teacher’s College Subjects; Foreign Language, English Sponsor: Language Club MR. HAROLD DAVIS Training: W.C.T.C Subject: Math Sponsor: Math Club MR. SAMMY BECK Training: W.C.T.C., U.N.C. and Eastern Conservatory of Music Subjects: Band and Chorus MRS. JESSIE D. CABE Training: W.C.T.C. and Berea Subject: Home Economics Sponsor: Home Ec Club MRS. LOIS FULTON Training: W.C.U.N.C. Subjects: Mathematics, General Business Sponsor: 4-H Club MRS. FRANCES BECK Training: Western Kentucky State College Subject: English Sponsor: Beta Club, Senior Class MRS. JUANITA LOWE Training: W.C.T.C Subjects: Art Education, Spanish Sponsor: Language Club, Art Club, Senior Class MR. JACK ANGEL Training: W.C.T.C. Subjects: Social Studies, Science Sponsor: Science Club MRS. MARJORIE CRAWFORD Training: W.C.T.C Subject: Business Sponsor: Comme rcial Club FACULTY MRS. MILDRED MARTIN Training: W.C.U.N.C. Subjects: English, Science Sponsor: Beta Club MRS. KATHRYN P. MATTHEWS Training: W.C.U.N.C. Subject: English Sponsor,: F.T.A. Club MR. Ralph McConnell Training: W.C.T.C. Subjects: Phys. Ed, Football Coach Sponsor: Letter Club MRS. KATHRYN M. O’NEIL Training: Michigan State Normal College Subject: Home Economics Sponsor: Home Ec Club MRS. ROBERTA PARKER Training: Maryville College, U.N.C. Subject: Social Studies Sponsor: Senior Class, Library Club MR. WAYNE PROFFITT Training: Berea College Subject: Agriculture Sponsor: F.F.A. MR. CLAYTON RAMSEY Training: W.C.T.C. Subjects: Science, Geography Sponsor: Dramatics Club MR. RICHARD STOTT Training: W.C.T.C. Subjects: Social Science, Phys. Ed. Sponsor: Sports Club MRS. MYRA WALDROOP Training: W.C.U.N.C. Subject: Science Sponsor: F. T. A. FACULTY MR. HOMER WIKE Training: U.N.C. and W.C.T.C Subject: Math Sponsor: Math Club MR. ED WILLIAMS Training: W.C.T.C., Peabody Subject: Commercial Education Sponsor: Laurel Leaf, Business Club MASCOTS BRENDA SEAGLE STEVIE LOWE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PAUL KILLIAN President WILMA RENSHAW Tfeasurer JACK KUSTERER Veep EMORY CRAWFORD Secretary CLASS OF 1953 GENEVA ALLEN “Neva” “Love the boys today for they may be gone tomorrow.” Home Ec. ’50, ’51; Sports Club ’51; F.B.L.A. ’53; Business Club ’52; Hobby; Traveling and Courting; Future Plans; Un¬ decided. MERTIS ANGEL “Mert” “Always know more than you tell.” Juliet ’53; Mountain Echo Staff ’52; Business Manager of Laurel Leaf ’52; Senior Art Editor ’53; Majorette ’49-53; Home Ec ’50, ’51; Sports Club ’52; Hobby: Drawing and at¬ tending slumber parties; Future Plans: College. DENNIS ARVEY “Mack” “Never worry about it.” Dramatics ’53; Science Club ’50; Backache Club ’50, Sports Club ’51; Hobby: Hunting; Future Plans: Revenue Officer. PEARL JOYCE BALDWIN «T »» Joy “If at first you don’t succeed, try again.” Home Ec. ’50, ’51; Sports Club ’50; F.B.L.A. ’53; Language Club ’52; Junior Marshal; Future Plans: College. WINNIE CAROL BATES “Winnie” “Let your conscience be your guide.” Sports Club ’50; Science Club ’51; Business Club ’52, ’53; Home Maker ’49-’53; Hobby: Reading and having fun; Fu¬ ture Plans: Business College. BOB BINGHAM “Ferd” “Let the low side drag” Science Club ’51-’53; Backache Club ’51; Hobby: Tomcatting; Future Plans: U. S. Marine Corps, O.C.S. BETTY CAROLYN BRADLEY “Red” “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Home Ec ’50, ’51; Sports Club ’51; Business Club ’52, ’53; Hobby: Reading and eating. Future Plans: Work. HELEN LOUISE BRADLEY ,“Lou” “Live and learn” Home Ec ’49, ’50; Dramatics Club ’51; Sports Club ’52; Busi¬ ness Club ’53. Hobby: Eating and driving. Future Plans: Work. CLASS OF 1953 MARIAN BARBARA BRENDLE " Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow” Cratf Club 51; Homemaker ’52; Business Club ’53. Hobby- Movies. Future Plans: Work. BETTY JEAN BRENDELL “Bet” “Every dark cloud has a silver lining.” Sports Club ’51; Science Club ’51, ’52; Language Club ’52, ’53; Home Ec Club 52, 53; Home Ec 50- 53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Marriage. JOAN BRENDLE “Jo” “Live and learn.” Sports Club ’51; Science Club ’51, ’52; Library Club ’53; Home Ec Club ’53. Hobby: Crocheting. Future Plans: Un¬ decided. SHELBY JEAN BRITTON “Toots” Every day a holiday and every night a celebration, so let the good times roll.” Home Ec Club ’49; Sports Club ’51, ’52; Business Club ’53. Hobby: Finding them, fooling them, and leaving them alone. Future Plans: Army Nurse. GEORGE BULLARD BROWN “Bull” “Look to the brighter side of life.” Football ’49-’53; Letter Club ’49-’53; Sports Club ’51, ’52. Hobby: Courtin’. Future Plans: Marriage. GRACE LUCILLE BROWN “Gee” “More rain, more rest.” Home Ec 49-’51; FHA ’49-’51; Sports Club ’51; Backache Club ’51, ’52; Language Club ’51-53; Mountain Echo ’52, ’53; 4-H Club ’53. Hobby: Cattle, eating. Future Plans: Woman’s College. CHARLIE CABE “Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow you may die.” Football ’50-’52; Letter Club ’50-53; Agriculture ’49-’53; Agriculture Treasurer ’51; Agriculture President ’52, ’53. Hobby: Hunting and fishing. Future Plans: Undecided. MILO CABE, JR. “Junior” Do or don’t; 1 don’t care” Agriculture 49-53. Hobby: Fishing and hunting. Future Plans: Undecided. CLASS OF 1953 NANCY LEE CABE ( T »» Nancy “Travel far enough to know ” 4-H Club ’50-’53; FHA ’52; Chorus ’51; 4-H Club Vice-Presi¬ dent ’50; 4-H President ’53. Hobby: Insects. Future Plans: Dietetics. R. L. CABE “Bogan” “If it don’t fit, don’t force it” FFA ’49-’53. Hobby: Hunting. Future Plans: Army VVILLA MAE CABE “Will” " Work for a higher goal” Home Ee ’49-’52; Home Ec Club ’50-’53; Library Club ’53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Work. HAZEL CARLIEN CHILDERS “Candy” “Let a smile he your umbrella” Home Ec ’49, ’50; FHA ’50, ’51; Business Club ’51, ’52; F.B.L.A. ' 53; Beta Club ’53. Hobby; Reading. Future Plans: College. CARROLL CHILDERS “Chilly” “Gungo-Ho (Onward) Football ’49-’52; Letter Club ’51-’53; Sports Club ’52-’53; Golf Club ’53; Letter Club President ’53. Hobby; Shooting Pool. Future Plans: College. BETTY MAE CLARK “Hathy” “To make the best better Sports Club ’51; Business Club ’52; Home Ec ’53 Library Club ' 53. Hobby: Crocheting. Future Plans: Undecided. SHIRLEY ANN CLOER " Clover” “Look unto the higher things” Home Ec ’49-’51; Dramatics Club ’51, ’52; Sports Club ’51; Beta Chd) ’53; Halloween Queen ’52; Advertising Manager Laurel Leaf ’53; Most Likely to Succeed ’53. Hobby: Riding in a Willys. Future Plans: College. GRADY WILLIAM CORBIN “Grade A” “Take care of yourself and let others do likewise Football ’50, ’51; Baseball ’48-’53; Sports Club ' 51 -’53; Letter Club ’48-’53; Golf Club President ’53. Hobby: Shooting Pool. Future Plans: College. CLASS OF 1953 MILDRED ELIZABETH CORBIN “Red” ‘To have a friend you must be a friend” F. H. A. 49-’51; F. H. A. President ’52; Basketball ’52, ’53; F. B. L. A. ’53; Friendliest ’53. Hobby: Sports and music. Future Plans: College. JAMES EMORY CRAWFORD “Jo Jo” Don t hurry or worry, you’re here on a short visit so be sure to get a smell of all the flowers” F. F. A. ’49-’53; F. F. A. Secretary ’50-’52; Vice-President Junior Class ’52; Secretary of Senior Class ’53; Class Wit ’53; Language Club ’51-’53. Hobby: Square dancing and worrying teachers. Future Plans; Agricultural education, N. C. State College. LONNIE CRAWFORD “Lommis” Sports Club ’51; Backache Club ’52; Dramatics ’53. Hobby: Fishing. Future Plans: College. MYRA LUCILLE CRAWFORD “Things at the worst will cease or else climb upward to what they were before.” Home Ec ’50, ’51; F. H. A. ’51; Served Junior-Senior Banquet ’51; Junior Marshal ’52; Assistant Junior Editor Laurel Leaf ’52; Business Manager Laurel Leaf ’53; Beta Club ’53; Library Club ’53. Future Plans: Blanton’s Business College. EVELYN BERNICE CURTIS “Blondie” ‘‘It doesn’t pay to worry unless you worry for pay.” Sports Club ’50; Science Club ’51; Business Club ’53; Home Maker ’49-’53. Hobby: Talking. Future Plans: Undecided. ANNIE RUTH DEAN “Pray not for tasks to equal your power; pray for power to equal your tasks.” Home Ec Club ’51; Language Club ’52; Beta Club ’53. Fut¬ ure Plans: Indefinite. EVELYN MARJORIE DEAN “Slim” “Speak what you think when you feel it coming on.” Letter Club ’51-’53; Basketball ’49-’53; Sport Club ’52; Jour¬ nalism Club ’53; Soft ball ’51-’53;- Cheerleader ’53; Halloween Queen ’51; Home Ec ’50, ’51; Hobby; Courting. Future Plans; College. SHIRLEY DEAN “Papoose” “Always have a spare tire.” Basketball ’49-’53; Journalism ’51; Sports Club ’51; Baseball ’50-’52 Cheerleader ’50-’53; Home Ec ’50, ’51; Most Athletic ’53; Letter Club ’50-’53. Hobby: Basketball. Future Plans: Blanton’s Business College or work. CLASS OF 1953 VIRGINIA PEARL DILLS “Toots” “Don’t marry for money, it’s cheaper to borrow.” Sports Club ’50; Science Club ’51; Business Club ’51-’53; Home Maker ’49-’53. Hobby: Talking and having fun. Fut¬ ure Plans: Undecided. ANNIE JEAN DUVALL «T • » Jeanie “Live and learn, die and forget it all.” Letter Club ’50-’53; F. H. A. ’52; Library Club ’53; Sports Club ’51. Hobby: Basketball. Future Plans: Undecided. JUANITA EVANS “Snooks” “Love everybody.” Science Club ’51; Sports Club ’52; Business Club ’53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Office work. KATHRYN VIRGINIA FRANKLIN “Ginger” “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you.” Home JEc Club ’51; Home Ec ’50, ’51; ' Business Club ’52; Served Junior-Senior Banquet ’51; Junior Marshal ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53; Beta Club ’53. Future Plans: Business College. MARY FLORENCE GARNER “Sis” “Do unto others as they do unto you.” Home Ec ’49-’53; Sports Club ’51, ’52; Science Club ’53. Hobby: Sewing. Future Plans: Work. FRANKABELLE GIBSON “Never put off until tomorrow what can be done today.” Home Ec ’49-’53; F. H. A. ’51-’53. Hobby: Sewing. Future Plans: Marriage. MILDRED GREGORY “Courage and conduct lead to honor.” F. H. A. ’51; F. T. A. ’51-’53 ; Junior Marshal ’52; Library Science Club ’53; Beta Club ’53. Hobby Reading. Future Plans: College. SALLY MAE GUFFEY “Salley” “Never put off until tomorrow what should be done today.” Handy Craft Club ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Work. CLASS OF 1953 BETTY SUE GUYER c • »t Susie “Never put off until tomorrow what you should do today.” Sports Club 51; Business Club ’52, ’53. Hobby: Traveling. Future Plans: Undecided. J. D. HASTINGS “Spud” Learning to do; doing to learn; earning to live; living to serve.” ocauonai Agriculture; Served Junior-Senior Banquet ’51. Hobby: Agriculture. Future Plans: Student Engineer Trainee. ELINOR ANN HAYS “Andy” “When you have a problem, don’t worry. Do something about it, or forget it.” Home Ec 50-53; Band 49-53; Band President ’53; Dramatics Club 50-’52; Language Club ’51-’53; Beta Club ’53; Served Junior-Senior Banquet ’51; Banquet Committee ’52; Junior Marshal 52; Hobby: Collecting pictures (of boys). Future Plans: College. HARLEY THOMAS HENDERSON “Dozey” “ Don’t do what someone else will do.” F. F. A. ’49-’53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Undecided. SAMMY HENDERSON bam “Always tell more than you know.” Football ’50, ’52; Sports Club ’52; Golf Club ’53. Hobby: Shooting Pool. Future Plans: Navy. JAMES ROBERT HENRY “Bob” “Great men die; I’m feeling had.” F. F. A. ’50-’53. Hobby: Eating and drinking. Future Plans: Working for Uncle Sam. JOHN HENRY “Never do today what you can do tomorrow.” Football, Basketball ’51-’53. Hobby: Shooting Pool. Future Plans: Undecided. JOYCE REBECCA HENRY “Joe” “Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow you may die.” Handicraft Club ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hob¬ by: Riding and listening to the radio. Future Plans: Secretar¬ ial work. CLASS OF 1953 RAY EUGENE HENRY “Jaybird” “Do unto others as they have done unto you.” F. F. A. ’49-’53; Football ’51; Rasketball ’51-’53. Hobby: Ten¬ nis. Future Plans: Uncle Sam or College. LAURA JEAN HUGGINS “Mat” “You cant walk backward into the future.” Sports Club ’52; Home Ec ’49-’52; Mountain Echo ’53; Busi¬ ness Club ’53. Hobby: Eating. Future Plans: College. LEO BRYAN HURST “Do your best.” Band ’50-’53; Chorus ’50-’53; Band President ’51; Mountain Echo ’52; Language Club ’53; Band Monogram Club ’53; Played solos in W. C. T. C. Field Day ’50, ’53; Western Di¬ vision All-State Band ’52. Hobby: Collecting music. Future Plans: College. MATTIE JO GUEST HURST “Jo” “Smile and the world smiles with you; frown and the world is your enemy.” Home Ec Club ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hob¬ by: Reading and traveling. Future Plans: Secretarial work and housewife. MACK JONES “Deacon” “Don’t get behind the eight ball.” Backache Club ’51; Sports Club ’52; Dramatics Club ’53. Hobby: Shooting Pool. Future Plans: Uncle Sam. MARTHA LOUISE JONES “Beaular” “Never trust men.” Sports Club ’52; Mountain Echo ’53. Hobby: Collecting match covers and post cards. Future Plans: Business College. THOMAS JONES lorn “Living to be drafted; being drafted to serve.” Science Club ’53; Football ’53. Hobby: Studying in my spare time. Future Plans: Undecided. OPAL KEENER “Never put off until tomorrow what could have been done today.” Home Ec Club ’50-’53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Work. CLASS OF 1953 RICHARD CARROLL KEENER “Curly” Always tell more than you know.” Football ’50, ’52; Basketball ’50, ’52; Sports Club ’52; Golf Club 53. Hobby: Shooting Pool. Future Plans: Navy. PAUL KILLIAN “Doc” " Not merely to exist, but to amount to something in life.” Football, Basketball, and Baseball ’49, ’52; F. F. A. Treasurer 51; F. F. A. President ’52; Junior-Senior Class President ' 51 53; Mountain Echo ’51, ’53; Best Citizen ’53; Letter Club 51, 53; Language Club ’51, ’53; F. F. A. ’49 ’53 Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow you may die.” Physical Education ’49, Backache Club ’50; Business Club 51, 53. Future Plans: Undecided. JAMES LEE KINSLAND “Bo” " Never hit a cripple or argue with a fool.” Science Club ’51; Sports Club ’52; Language Club ’51, ’53; Golf Club 53. Hobby: Model building. Future Plans: College. JOHN JOSEPH KUSTERER “Jack” " All things are fair in love and war.” Member of Language Club ’51, ’53; Dramatics Club ’50, ’53; Beta Club ’53; Chorus ’50, ’53; Advertising Manager of Moun¬ tain Echo, ’52; Vice-President Senior Class ’53; Served at Banquet ’51. Future Plans: College—Become a mathematics teacher. Hobby: Dancing and record collecting. THELMA LEDFORD “Kitten” “Every day a holiday, every night a celebration, so let the good times roll.” Library Science Club ’53; Science Club ’53; Basketball ’51; F. H. A. ’51; Folk Dance Club ’51. Hobby: Loving, dancing and traveling. Future Plans: Telephone operator. SELMA ROANE LEDFORD “Blister” " Meet everyone with a smile, he may be your next door neighbor.” Sports Club ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ' 53. Future Plans: Business college and housewife. JERRY JACK LOVE “Professor” " Learn all you can now for you may not have a chance later.” Member of Band ’49, ’53; Member of Chorus ' 49, ’53; Mem¬ ber of Dramatics Club ' 50, ’53; Member of Language Club ’51, ’53; Member of Beta Club ’53; Assistant Editor of Moun¬ tain Echo 5 2. Hobby: Dancing and record collecting. Future Plans: College—Become mathematics teacher. CLASS OF 1953 LAURA LYLE “Cissy” " Why he difficult when with a little more effort you can be impossible.” Basketball ’49, ' 51; Home Ec ’49, ’51; Letter Club ’51, ’53; Science Club ’51, ’53; Science Club ’51, ’52; Advertising Editor of Annual ’52; Assistant Editor Annual ’53; Softball ’52, ’53. Hobby: Eating. Future Plans: College. ARLAND OMAR McCALL “Mulo” “There ain’t no way like the Gateway.” F. F. A. ’49, ’53. Hobby: Hunting, fishing, courtin’ eating. Future Plans: Uncle Sam. BETTY JEAN McCALL y Jasper “Friendliness today means friends tomorrow.” Chorus ’51, ’53; Band ’53; Language Club ’51, ’53; Library Science Club ’53; Home Ec ’49, ’51; Music Club ’49, ’51. Hobby: Collecting music. Future Plans: College. CHARLES McCALL “Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow you may die.” Physical Education ’49; Backache Club ’50; Dramatics ’52; Business Club ’51. Future Plans: Undecided. KENNETH DALE McMEANS “Wagner” “Know what you are to do and how to do it.” Commercial Course; Vice-President of Beta Club ’53; Vice- President of.Business Club ’53; On Mountain Echo Staff ’53. Hobby: Oil painting. Future Plans: College—Be a business teacher. BARBARA SUE MANN “Barb” “ Don’t build up for a great let down.” Home Ec ’50, ’53; Dramatics ’51, ’53; Language Club ’51, ’53; Science Library ' 53; Mountain Echo ’52. Hobby: Collect¬ ing and taking pictures and courting Raymond. Future Plans: Teacher. WILLIAM CRAWFORD MASON, JR. “Jason” “Every day a holiday and every night a celebration so let the good times roll.” Sports Club ’51; Business Club ’52; Safety Patrol ’51. Hobby: Dear hunting. Future Plans: “I ain’t laboring for nobody.” NANCY DRUCILLA MASON “Drucy” “Find ’em, fool ’em and leave ’em alone.” Sports Club 51; Science Club ’52; Home Ec, Library and Science Chib ’53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Work. CLASS OF 1953 BETTY MOFFITT “Bet” " Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow you may die. " Business. Club ’51; Sports Club ’52; Science Club ’53. Hobby- Traveling. Future Plans: Undecided. JULIA ELIZABETH MOODY “Judy” Esse Quam Videri—To be rather than to seem to be. " Band ’50, ’52; Dramatics Club ’51, ’53; Served at Banquet ’51; Junior Marshal ’52; Sports Club ’52; Mountain Echo Staff ’52; Secretary Junior Class ’52; Most Dignified ’53. Hobby: Going places. Future Plans: College. BOBBY K. MOORE “Cuzin” “ Don’t hurry or worry, you’re here for only a short visit, so get a smell of the flowers. " Football ’50; Sports Club ’51; Science Club ’52. Hobby: Me¬ chanics and crafts. Future Plans: Uncle Sam’s vacation with pay in Korea. JEAN JUSTICE MOORE “June” " Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. " Sports Club ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. Club ’53. Hobby: Traveling and pleasing my husband. Future Plans: Secretarial work and housewife. LOGAN ABRAHAM MOORE “Little Abner” " Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow Georgia may go dry. " Basketball ’49, ’53; F. F. A. ’49, ’53; Letter Club ’51, ’53. Hobby: Fishing, hunting, courtin’. Future Plans: Construction work. MARCARET LOUISE MORGAN “Ped” “Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow. " Home Ec ’50; Future Homemaker’s Club ’50; Sports Club ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. Club ’53. Hobby: Listening to radio. Future Plans: Work. BILLY MORROW “Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow.’ Hobby: Hunting and fishing. Future Plans: Undecided. WILLENE MOSES STANFIELD “Live and let live. " Home Ec ’49-’5i; Sports Club ’50, ’51; Business Club ’53. Future Plans: Housewife. CLASS OF 1953 DIXIE NELL MYERS “Dick” “Live and let live. " Sports Club ’51, ’52; Science Club ' 52, ’53; Business Club ’50, ’51. EOLINE NICHOLSON “Chick” “Every day a holiday, every night a celebration, so let the good times roll.” Business Club ’50, ’51; Library Club ’53; Science Club ’53; Basketball ’52, ’53; Sports Club ’52. Hobby: Loving, traveling, and dancing. Future Plans: Telephone operator. CHARLES EDWIN NOLEN Sipe “Live and let live.” F. F. A. ’49-’53. Hobby: Hunting and fishing. Future Plans: Work for Uncle Sam. BARBARA JEAN PANNELL “Barb” “That’s the chance you take.” Band ’50-’52; Served Junior-Senior Banquet ’51; Junior Mar¬ shal ’52; Dramatics Club ’52, ’53; Home Ec ’50-’53; Mountain Echo Staff ’52; Dramatics Club Secretary ’53. Hobby: Doll collecting. Future Plans: College. LEE ROY ORENN PEEK “Red” “You can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can’t fool all the people all the time.” F. F. A. ’49-’53. Hobby: Hunting, fishing, courting. Future Plans: Uncle Sam. JOSEPH E. PHILLIPS «T » Joe “Live and let live.” F. F. A. ’50-’53. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: Undecided. MAX RANDALL PHILLIPS “Take it easy and you will live longer.” Sports Club ’52; Language Club ’52, ’53; Golf Club ’53; Served Junior-Senior Banquet ’51; Baseball ’51-’53. Hobby: Hunting, fishing and loafing. Future Plans: College. PATTY LOU PHILLIPS “Pat” “Knowledge is power.” Basketball Manager ’50; Home Ec ’49-’51; Mountain Echo ’49-’53; Circulation Manager of Annual ’52; Editor of Laurel Leaf ’53; Dramatics ’52; F. H. A. ’51; Sports Club ’52. Hob¬ by: Playing the piano and driving. Future Plans: College. CLASS OF 1953 HELEN LUCILLE PICKENS “Cede” “Live and let live.” Hnhhv C r b n 5 V- FutUre 1 Home ™ akers ’ 52 ’ Business Club ’53. Hobby. Collecting snapshots. Future Plans: Work. LEE POINDEXTER “Shorty” “Lead to serve others.” r Tio a D Jun !° r ' Sei ; , ” r Banquet; Baseball ’51-’53; Sports 52 i P x? Sldent Beta Club ' 53; Language Club ’51 ’53 EdUor of Mountain Echo 52. Hobby: Hunting, eating and sleeping. Future Plans: College. g ° CORA ANN QUEEN “Butterball” Montani semper liberi—Mountaineers are always free.” Science Club ’50; Sports Club ’51; Language Club ’51-’53; Future Teachers Club 53. Hobby: Sleeping and talking. Fut¬ ure Plans: Undecided. ALBERT D. RABY “Dickie” “Live and let me alone.” Backache Club 50; Dramatics Club 53. Hobby: Caricaturing. JAMES THOMAS RABY “Tommy” “Do all that you can for the good of others. " Basketball ’49-’53; Letter Club ’51-’53; F. F. A. ’49-’53. Hob¬ by: Fishing, hunting, courtin’ and eating. Future Plans: Col¬ lege. NANCY CAROL RAMSEY “Homo proponit, set Deus disponit—Man proposes, but God disposes.” Secretary of 4-H Club ’50; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet ’51; Junior Marshal ’52; Secretary of Language Club ’52; Secretary of Beta Club ’53; Most Scholarly ’53; Future Teach¬ ers Club ’53; Basketball ’50-’53. Hobby: Collecting Oriental items. Future Plans: San Fernando Junior College. EVELYN RAY “Ebe” ' “Never break a promise.” Home Ec ’49-’53; Sports Club ’51; F. H. A. ’52, ’53; Librarian ’51; Circulation Manager of Mountain Echo ’52; Cheerleader ’53. Hobby: Sewing. Future Plans: Decided. LINDA LOUISE RAY “Sack” “ I’ll never go out of this world alive.” Sports Club ’50, ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hob¬ by: Courting Doodle and eating. Future Plans: Indefinite. CLASS OF 1953 JUANITA LORRAINE REECE “Nita” “Let’s work for tomorrow, but worry about it.” F. H. A. ’51; Sports Club ’51; Language Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hobby: Singing and writing letters. Future Plans: Col¬ lege and marriage. WILMA LOIS RENSHAW “Wema” “Keep your head at all times, but loose your heart if you have a mind.” Cheerleader ’49-’51; Basketball Manager ’51-’53; Treasurer of Junior-Senior Class ’51-’53; Science Club ’50-’52; Letter Club ’50-’53; Language Club ’51-’53; Sports Editor of Mountain Echo ’52. Hobby: Taking snapshots. Future Plans: College. JOHN ROPER “Dear John” “To have a friend, be a friend.” Business Club ’51, ’52, ’53. Hobby: Eating. Future Plans: Indefinite. MARY UNAV SANDERS “Una” “It don’t pay to worry, unless you worry for pay.” Home Ec ’50, ’51; Sports Club ’51, ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hobby: Sewing and Snapshots. Future Plans: Business College. ANNA LAURA SHEPHERD “Ann” “United we stand, divided we fall.” Home Ec ’49-’53; Sports Club ’51; F. H. A. ’52, ’53. Hobby: Eating and talking. Future Plans: Waiting for Leap Year. MINNIE LEE SHEPHERD “Min” “Find ’em, fool ’em, and leave ’em alone.” Home Ec ’49-’53; Sports Club ’50, ’51; F. H. A. ’52, ’53. Hobby: Eating and sleeping. MARY ETTA SHOOK “Mugs” “Hope for better days tomorrow.” Sports Club ’50, ’51; Business Club ’52, ’53. Hobby: Courting Bob. Future Plans: Private. GROVER WILLIAM SHULER “Live, sleep, eat, and be merry.” Sports Club ’51, ’52; Dramatics Club ’53. Hobby: Hunting and fishing. Future Plans: Undecided. CLASS OF 1953 HOWARD SMITH “Chigger” “Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you may die.” Business Club ’51-’53. Hobby: Hunting. Future Plans: Un¬ decided. ROBERTA SNYDER “Bertie” “Semper Fidelis—Always Faithful.” Home Ec ’50-’53; F. T. C. ' 53; F. H. A. ’51, ’52; President Library Club ’53; Language Club ’52, ’53; Best Citizen ’53; Mountain Echo ’52. Hobby: Reading and eating. Future Plans: College. PEGGY ANNE SOLESBEE “Peg” “It doesn’t pay to worry unless you worry for pay and I ain’t gettin any richer.” Home Ec ’50, ’51; F. H. A. ’50; Sports Club 51; Business Club ’52; Secretary F. B. L. A. ’53. Hobby: Courtin’ and eatin’. Future Plans: Business College. BARBARA ANNE STILES “Maggie” “Eat, drink, dance, and be merry for tomorrow may never come.” Sports Club ’51, ’52; Science Club ’52, ’53; Library Club ’53. Hobby: Traveling and smooching. Future Plans: Housewife. CHARLES SWAFFORD “Charlie Boy” “Never trust a woman.” Sports Club ’50; Vice-President Business Club ’52; President Business Club ’53. Hobby; Courting. Future Plans: College or Uncle Sam’s Navy. CARL EDWIN SWANSON “Swamp” “Live and let live.” F. F. A. ’49-’53. Hobby: Hunting. Future Plans: Work for Uncle Sam. BETTY CATHERINE TIPPETT “Tar Baby” “Hope for the best and expect the worst.” Craft Club ’51; F. H. A. ’52, ’53. liobby: Cooking. Future Plans: College. ELMON VANHOOK “Bud” “Don’t mind work as long as someone else is doing it. Agriculture ’50-’53. Hobby: Women. Future Plans: Undecided. CLASS OF 1953 JESSIE LEE WELCH “Never worry about anything unless you can do something about it.” Home Ec ’50; Craft Club ’51; Sports Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hobby: Radio and courtin’. Future Plans: Business College. BARBARA JOYCE WELCH “I Swann” ‘‘Let every day be a holiday and every night a celebration.” Home Ec ’50; Sports Club ’51; Business Club ’52; F. B. L. A. ’53. Hobby . ' Courtin’ Swann. Future Plans: Marriage. WAYNE WIGGINS “Wigs” ‘‘Do it today; tomorrow there may be a law against it.” Backache Club ’50, ’51; Business Club ’52; Science Club ’53. Hobby: Eating, girls, and going to parties. Future Plans: Working for my rich Uncle Sam. JO ANN WILHIDE “Chub” ‘‘Set a high goal and follow it throughout life.” Chorus ’49-’53; Language Club ’51-’53; Art Club ’53; Sports Club ’51; Library Club ’53. Hobby: Eating. Future Plans: Undecided. SUE ELAINE WILLIAMS “Chicken” ‘‘Live and learn.” Language Club ’52, ’53; Sports Club ’51; Band ’50-’53; Chorus ’50. Hobby: Reading. Future Plans: College. JIM WILLIAMSON “Curly” “Do unto others before they do it to you.” Basketball. Hobby: Women, Future Plans: Army or Forest Service. CLASS HISTORY In the year 1941 the good ship “School Days,” commanded by the class of ’53. embarked upon her journey across the Sea of Knowledge. The class of ’53 was determined to make a name for itself. This excruciating voyage was to last twelve long and tedious years before the eagerly anticipated destination, Graduation, was attained. j° r ew years, smooth sailing was enjoyed because the waters were lulled by an abundance of recreation, and new friends, although our speed was sometimes checked by clouds of doubt as blown about by tempests and gales of mid-term and final tests, we oc¬ casionally veered off our chartered course. After almost 8 years of smooth sailing we arrived at the long anticipated Freshman Harbor for replenishing our supply of inspiration furnished by the addition of new crew members. However, even with the inspiration furnished by these members, we almost turned back to the Land of Ignorance several times because we began to have visions of the many trials and tribu¬ lations which were to overtake us before our journey was completed. After enjoying a three months’ vacation and somewhat strengthened by billows of learn¬ ing, we sailed into port and dropped our anchor firmly in the harbor of Sophomore Island. Here we found a variation from the regular routine which we had been following. We found time to participate in various clubs which were now being organized by our old standbys, the teachers, who were our constant companions during our twelve year voyage. As much as we hated to leave Sophomore Island, we knew that we must set sail once more so that we might complete another milestone in our journey before the seasonal typhoons of uneasiness began to blow upon us and interrupt our voyage to Junior Peninsula. After a small delay we weighed anchor and the good ship “School Days” turned its prow once more into the seething waves of the Sea of Knowledge. Following another three months’ vacation, we again turned to our regular routine which we were to follow for nine more months. One cold, dreary day our lookout called out, “Land Ahoy.” We all craned our necks to get our first glimpse of Junior Peninsula. Upon our arrival at Junior Peninsula we were notified that we would have to begin work immediately of the Captain’s dinner to be given in honor of the Seniors of ’52. How we lasted through this and other things, we’ll never know. If there wasn’t one thing to be done there were two. Clouds of doubt and tidal waves of misfortunes poured over us, but somehow we pulled through. After several months of hard work, we were ready for the banquet and it was very nice. There was eating, singing, and dancing and a good time was enjoyed by all. It was very hard to leave Junior Peninsula but we dried our tears and departed once again upon the turbulent waters of the Sea of Knowledge, this time to complete the last knot of our twelve year journey to Senior Land and the port of Graduation. By this time, we were all be- ginnig to feel quite important and we doubt if anyone really played his part as a dignified Seniors should have. The following months were full of hard work, but we were inspired by the fact that soon our journey would be over. At last we came to Senior Land where we were cordially welcomed and given a great banquet. A short while later we sailed to the port of Graduation which was a most welcome sight because we knew that we were now ready to reap the rewards for which we had worked so hard. Our hearts were almost bursting with pride as we marched single-file up the deck of the good ship “School Days,” for this was the greatest occasion of our twelve year voyage. We were going to receive our diplomas. After receiving these diplomas, we marched across the deck, down the gangplank, and onto the ground. We all turned for a last look at the ship “School Days,” which had been our home for almost twelve years, and then turned our footsteps toward our personal goals in the wide world, each and every one of us hoping that we might leave our mark behind us when we were gone. We knew that all of us would make good in this world because of the excellent training received by each individual while on our voyage. We hoped that the class of ’53 would leave a lasting impression on all those who knew us and would be remembered as we set out to make our lives worthwhile to all. No one knows where our footsteps will turn but we’re sure that we will never forget our days on board the good ship “School Days,” at Franklin High. By: Jack Love Nancy Ramsey Kenneth McMeanc CLASS PROPHECY Recently we attended the premier of the motion picture “F. H. S. Class of 1953.” As we recount for your benefit the scenes of this extraordinary production, we desire that you keep in mind that twenty years have elapsed since fate took a hand in dispersing nearly one hundred and twenty seniors after they had received high school diplomas. With your permission we retell the story of the film. The lights dim as the music swells to its fullest volume then falls to a clear tremor. By way of explanation, the Narrator tells his audience of the uniqueness of this particular cinema. For the first time in its history, M. G. M. presents an account of individuals who at¬ tended the same school and who, the same year, wore the traditional caps and gowns. He warns of the some¬ what exaggerated portions of the drama, which you will later notice, but entreats you not to forget that this particular example of American youth was a remarkable lot, capable of developing into extremely remarkable adults. Needless to say, the co-stars are all former class members who have sharpened their acting talent under the careful coaching of a professional of the art, Laura Jean Huggins. This picture is under the direction of Lee Poindexter, Jr., assisted by Joyce Baldwin and Annie Ruth Deafl- The music is composed and directed by Bryan Hurst and Ann Hays, who have lent their professional services. It is to be asserted that names of girls are former names, used for the sake of easy remembrance on the part of the audience. As one’s thoughts naturally go back to classroom days, so does the first scene. This one class boasts of a satisfactory number of teachers in both high school and elementary grades. Willene Moses patiently explains to first graders that 2 plus 3 does not “equal 6, while Myra Crawford just as patiently explains that x plus y equals z to an ap¬ parently intelligent high school class. Our film also looks in on Joan Brendle, Carlien Childers, Mary Gar¬ ner, Thelma Ledford, and Cora Ann Queen, teachers of various grades in various schools. Not to be left out of the teaching profession scene is Jean Duvall, who shoots a few sample basketball goals as she explains physical education. Nancy Ramsey holds an honorary position as a teacher supervisor. If we carry our search for teachers into institutions of higher learning, we encounter Mildred Gregory—a mil¬ lion pardons! We mean Professor Gregory. Nor would the university picture be ' complete without Jack Love’s capabilities. He explains to us the enlightening theory of nuclear fission. Another well-known figure in college organizations is Willa Mae Cabe, a librarian. She ac¬ counts for her choosing this work by having taken the high school course of study, Library Science. The setting for the next scene is a massive football stadium. Bryan Hurst’s band strikes up a lively tune as Pro Carroll Keener intercepts a blown kiss from some blue-eyed blond high in the stadium. Word has got around that she is the former Shirley Dean. We hear pleasant words about “Good Ole Oursides” players whose familiar names, John Henry, George Brown, and Sammy Henderson, ring memory bells. If you should get hungry, popcorn perfected ex¬ clusively by Wayne Wiggins can be bought. This pop¬ corn is a thirst quencher and has made something over a million dollars for Mr. Wiggins. The proceeds of the popcorn go to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to School Children by Teachers, of which Mr. R. L. Cabe is a dynamic advocate. While our thoughts dwell on the lucrative subject, Mr. Max Phillips is not to be deprived of all due ac¬ clamation. He has put his mechanical ingenuity to practical use by devising a back scratcher found to give much relief to the natural phenomenon of an itching back. Mr. John Roper, prominent in the business world as a financial expert, advises that this is a fit product for sound investment. The previous athletic scene is not to be confused with another which is enshrouded with similar en¬ thusiasm. The place of action is a certain New York baseball diamond. Grady Corbin shows a muscular right arm and some expert timing in the successive striking out of his opponents. Some more professional athletes are Bernice Curtis, a softball champion and a lady wrestler, Martha Jones. Familiar names echo from probing in the business world. Kenneth McMeans, after winning world typing contests continually has accepted a position with Rem¬ ington-Rand, Inc. Betty Sue Guyer, Lucille Pickens, Barbara Brendle, Juanita Evans, Sally Mae Guffey, and Jessie Lee Welch hold such position as bookkeepers, stenographers, and secretaries in well known business establishments. Clyde Kinsland is an accountant. Juanita Reece is private secretary to Paul Killian, optical dealer. In the field of research, Howard Smith has won pre¬ eminence by developing a curious balm for the nuisance of chiggers. At Dupont Lonnie Crawford is pioneering a new batch of theories concerning engineering. Another scene is the bustling main business office of Mr. Dickie Raby, the real estate executive. Through the services of such efficient secretaries as Peggy Soles- bee, Shirley Cloer, Mildred Corbin, and Virginia Frank¬ lin, Mr. Raby has achieved much success and exerts great influence in certain social circles. He gets much assistance with his momentous tasks from Laura Lyle who graduated from the position of the efficient secre¬ tary to that of assistant manager long ago. Before the camera moves on, Mr. Raby has a caller whom we recognize, in spite of the small mustache, as Mr. Dennis Arvey, a chain hotel owner. Whether the two were able to negotiate a deal is left purely to the imagination, for the formation of a new scene begins. We find ourselves in the street viewing a green object high in the sky. No, that isn’t a relic of prehistoric days we see. It’s the space ship that we’ve been hearing about that makes the daily trip to the moon. Joe Phillips is the pilot and Dixie Nell Myers is the stewardess. Fastness is their motto. Crew members are Grover Shuler, Elmon Vanhook, Jim Williamson, and Lee Roy Peek. It is posible for us to view another space monster. This one, with Bill Morrow at the controls, is making trial excursions to Mars. Jimmy Kinsland is getting the full blame for helping develop such an atrocious con¬ traption. The next scene is in Madison Square Garden. As you hear the vehement protestations of speaker Grace Br own, National Party Chairman, you recognize this is a po¬ litical rally. Senator Jack Kusterer is there to handle the necessary diplomacy. Patty Lou Phillips, with the United Nations, is on hand to explain foreign policy. We hear the names of Roberta Snyder, a good will ambassador to somewhere, and Charles Swafford, chair- CLASS PROPHECY man of some kind of committee, mentioned. Too, we hear businessman L. A. Moore praised for his party affiliation. The dissenting voices you hear are those of Evelyn Dean and Selma Ledford, housewives, pro¬ testing against the rising cost of living. Since this scene scratches a little too deeply into our nonpartisan views, we quickly leave but only to get into deeper trouble. From the uniform J. D. Hastings wears, we assume he must be a cop. He is dragging Thomas Jones by the ear to the police station on charges of running a traffic light. Mr. Jones pleads not guilty and is promptly acquitted by the humane judge, Helen Bradley. The court stenographer is Mrs. Jean Moore. In another part of the police station Deputy Sheriff Betty Bradley has just received a call from F. B. I. Field Agent Barbara Jean Pannell to be on the alert for a reckless desperado. Deputy Bradley sets her law en¬ forcement machine into action by giving this bit of information to Sherlock Ray Henry, who buckles on a service revolver. Our conclusion is that the political rally would be much the safer. Speaking of uniformed public men, the Army con¬ sists of some high brass personnel in Major Harley Hen¬ derson and Bobby Henry. We are able to spy inside the Pentagon as General Charles McCall casually gives emergency orders. Army Intelligence has a valuable asset in Carroll Childers’ espionage network. Dressed in a trim WAC uniform, Shelby Jean Britton explains her job as comander of the Army’s servicewomen. The Navy has several familiar old salts eligible for retirement in a few years. Bill Mason, Edwin Nolen, and Bob Moore, tired of roaming, will exchange the seven seas for solid ground. The Air Corps’ dare devil, Carl Swanson, is at pres¬ ent exchanging his wings for the good ole farm back home. We are able to witness a ceremony in his honor on the steps of the Capitol in Washington. Vocalist Sue Williams sings a song of hero praise after which Anna Laura Shepherd, famed orator, tells of his deeds of bravery in a two-hour speech. The newspaper syn¬ dicate’s top man Tommy Raby with his staff of news hungry reporters is on hand to give the historical oc¬ casion all due publicity. Those who have a pencil and little black book in hand are Winnie Bates, Betty Brendle, Barbara Mann, and Barbara Stiles. The next scene is the spacious living room of the Mack Jones’ home. His wife, the former Mertis Angel, is engaged in her favorite past time, portrait painting. We hear her husband read from his newspaper that Betty Clark has recently won an international knitting contest. The new automatic television set turns itself on in time for us to see Bob Hope’s successor, Emory Crawford, crack a saying of the wise old owl. The dial could be turned to Betty Jean McCall’s gospel quartet program; but we prefer to watch cowgirl Geneva Allen, the idol of millions of little girls, in her smooch’um, shoot’um-up serials. We are also able to share a bit of the homey atmos¬ phere as provided by the good ladies who have kept the home fires brightly burning during all these years. They are Frankabelle Gibson, Mattie Jo Hurst, Louise Mor¬ gan, and Drucilla Mason. In the emergency ward of a large hospital. Dr. Jo Ann Wilhide gives explicit directions to nurse Opal Keener to prepare a hypodermic for an expected patient. The patient wheeled in by nurse Joyce Welch and Joyce Henry is Arland McCall, a window washer for the Empire State building. Apparently he had stepped back to admire his work, but luckily he was no higher than the first floor. We switch to the kitchen in time to see dietitian Nancy Cabe plan a deliciously tempting meal. Julia Moody, by combining brain and beauty, figur¬ atively speaking, has come into ownership of the Powers Modeling Agency. Unav Sanders supervises the ward¬ robe details. The beautiful models are Betty Moffitt, Eoline Nicholson, Louise Ray, Wilma Renshaw and Evelyn Ray. Fashion Designer Mary Etta Shook, late of Paris, has some ultra-modern ideas about what is to be considered in vogue. In the last few years agriculture has undergone drastic revolutionary changes. Charlie and Junior Cabe, farming specialists, give some very interesting talks and demon¬ strations to prove that these changes are toward a better end for the farmer. In the last scene Bob Bingham, chicken expert and owner of International Frozen Foods Markets, displays his salesmanship ability toward a hesitant customer, Virginia Dills. After being confronted by persuasive measures of Betty Tippett and Minnie Lee Shepherd, associates of Mr. Bingham, the customer finally decides that better bargains cannot be found elsewhere. Once again the music swells and as it falls we hear the voice of the Narrator as he brings to a conclusion the motion picture “F. H. S. Class of 1953.” By: Annie Ruth Dean Joyce Baldwin “Most Influential” ARBARA JEAN PANNELL DICKIE RABY “ Prettiest” BETTY MOFFIT “Handsomest” TOMMY RABY “Most Popular” EVELYN DEAN GRADY CORBIN “Most Courteous” VIRGINIA FRANKLIN BOBBY BINGHAM “Most Dignified” JULIA MOODY CHARLES SWAFFORD “Romeo and Jidiet” MERTIS ANGEL MACK JONES SENIOR SUPERLATIVES “Most Athletic” SHIRLEY DEAN CHARLIE CABE “Best Citizens” ROBERTA SNYDER PAUL KILLIAN “Neatest” LOUISE RAY JACK KUSTERER “Most Likely to Succeed " SHIRLEY CLOER KENNETH McMEANS “Class Wit” EMORY CRAWFORD “Friendliest” MILDRED CORBIN BILLY MASON “Best All Around” JOYCE HENRY J. D. HASTINGS “Most Scholarly” NANCY RAMSEY JACK LOVE “Most Musical” ANN HAYES BRYAN HURST CLASS SONG Through the years we’ll remember you; Students, friends and our teachers too. We’ve been with you for many years; Some filled with laughter, some with tears. What we have learned we shall ne’er forget; We shall work toward goals we have set; We will take the test and do our best In what we set out to do. Franklin High School we leave thee now; For the last time we take our bow. In the future we ll go our way, Remembering the ones we leave today. But we now look to life ahead, Trying to live up to what we have said; Dear ole’ Franklin High we now break our tie, But we’ll always remember you. By: Ann Hays (Tune: Save the Last Dance For Me) HALLOWEEN KING AND QUEEN SHIRLEY CLOER EMORY CRAWFORD LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We the Senior Class of 1953, after many worries and headaches, have drawn this our last Will and Testament in which we leave to all underclassmen, much to the consternation of the faculty, a portion of our standards and ideals which we hope will be of great benefit to our successors. With no further explanation of our actions, we have drawn this the last Will and Testment of the Senior Class of 1953. To the school we leave our newly devised Demerit System with the hope that it flourishes and-thrives and causes much anxiety on the part of both principal and faculty. To the rest of the students, on this issue, we can only say that we are truly glad that we will not be here to witness further effects. To the teachers we leave much respect and admira¬ tion with the hope that we have not started them too soon on the long road to Morganton. The position as “dignified” seniors we now give to the Juniors with the hope that they may be an honor to Franklin High School in the future as we have been in the past. We, Geneva Allen and Shelby Jean Britton do hereby will and bequeath our love for ice cream to Barbara Crews and Carol Lee Davis. I, Mertis Angel, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to strut to Frances Huscusson with the hope that she can please Mr. Beck better than I did. I, Dennis Arvey, do hereby will and bequeath my shyness to Eugene McDonald. We, Joyce Baldwin, Sue Williams, and Jo Ann Wil- hide, do hereby will and bequeath our Sunday night dates to anyone who likes to court. I, Winnie Bates, do hereby will and bequeath my blonde hair to any brunette who is tempted to use peroxide. I, Bob Bingham, do hereby will and bequeath my reckless ways to any Junior who feels he can take my place. I, Betty Bradley, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Mrs. Fulton to Mildred Morgan. I, Helen Bradley, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to drive to Carlene Sorrells. I, Barbara Brendle, do hereby will and bequeath my little quiet voice to all future teachers of F. H. S. I, Betty Brendle, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get a diamond to any Junior who wants one. I, Joan Brendle, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Mrs. Beck to Luetta Browning. We, George Brown and Sammy Henderson, do here¬ by will and bequeath next year’s trip to the Optimist Bowl to Richard Russell and Roger Seay. I, Grace Brown, do hereby will and bequeath my agricultural ways to Nancy Angel. I, Charlie Cabe, do hereby will and bequeath my athletiq.. ability to G. D. Buchanan. We, Junior Cabe and R. L. Cabe, having nothing of real value to will, leave the name Cabe to the Frank¬ lin School roll book for ever after. I, Nancy Cabe, do hereby will and bequeath my position in the ice cream room to Carolyn Cochran. I, Willa Mae Cabe, do hereby will and bequeath my quiet ways to Mariann Johnston. I, Carlene Childers, do hereby will and bequeath my interest in reading to Agnes Guyer for I hear she needs it. We, Carroll Childers and John Henry, do hereby will and bequeath our positions on the football team to Bob¬ by Biddle and Bill Zickgraf. I, Betty Clark, do hereby will and bequeath my af¬ fection for all my teachers to Eunice McCoy. I, Shirle y Cloer, do hereby will and bequeath my position on the annual staff to any Junior who is willing to work hard. I, Grady Corbin, do hereby will and bequeath my popular ways to Jackie Hoilman. I, Mildred Corbin, do hereby will and bequeath my friendly disposition to all students to use especially during class time. I, Emory Crawford, do hereby will and bequeath my nack for creating unjustly acts in a school room to Jim¬ mie Sherrill. I, Lonnie Crawford, do hereby will and bequeath my bashful ways to Dan Angel. I, Myra Crawford, do hereby will and bequeath my blonde complexion to Konda Teague. I, Bernice Curtis, do hereby will and bequeath my opportunity to date Jim Williamson to Betty Howard. I, Annie Ruth Dean, do hereby will and bequeath a portion of my brain to anyone who needs it. I, Evelyn Dean, do hereby will and bequeath my popular ways to Margaret Crawford. I, Shirley Dean, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to play basketball to Dick Bradley. I, Virginia Dills, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to be quiet to Betty Cunningham. I, Jean Duvall, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with Mrs. O’Neil to Konda Teague. I, Juanita Evans, do hereby will and bequeath my love for a certain football player who drives a Pontiac to any Junior who is lucky enough to get him. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Virginia Franklin, do hereby will and bequeath my courteous ways to anyone who needs a few merits. I, Mary Gamer, do hereby will and bequeath my quiet and peaceful ways to Julia Waldroop. I, .Frankabelle Gibson, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Home Economics to Sue Bryson. I, Sally Mae Guffey, do hereby will and bequeath my bashful ways to Marianne Johnston. I, Mildred Gregory, do hereby will and bequeath my genius in French to Jo Ann Henderson with the hope that she may visit Paris some day. I, Betty Sue Guyer, do hereby will and bequeath my love for the Air Force to Mary Nell Thompson. I, J. D. Hastings, do hereby will and bequeath my hunting ability to Jack Angel with the hope that he catches a “deer.” We, Ann Hays and Lee Poindexter, do hereby will and bequeath a few inches of our heights to Bobby Marshall and Dolpha Fouts. I, Harley Henderson, do hereby will and bequeath my friendship with Patrolman Byrd to Max L. Holland. I, Bobby Henry, do hereby will and bequeath my love for Sociology to anyone who needs to be good friends with Mr. Davis. I, Joyce Henry, do hereby will and bequeath my extra pounds of fat to any poor little skinny girl. I, Ray Henry, do hereby will and bequeath my great ability to play basketball to Harold “Spike” Buchanan. I, Laura Jean Huggins, do hereby will and bequeath my beautiful blonde hair to Daisy Tallent with the hope that she will leave off the peroxide in the future. I, Bryan Hurst, do hereby will and bequeath my Bass Horn to Delmas Clampett because it requires a lot of wind. I, Mattie Jo Hurst, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get a husband to Frances Corbin. I, Mack Jones, do hereby will and bequeath my school vacation days to Junior Dills with the hope that he has as good luck as I have had. I, Martha Jones, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname “Beulah” to Jeanna Sue Cunningham. I, Carroll Keener, do hereby will and bequeath my like for blondes to Bill Waldroop. I, Opal Keener, do hereby will and bequeath my like for World Geography to Jimmie Estes. I, Paul Killian, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to steal chickens to Bill (Henry Hawk) Hunni- cutt for use in case of emergency. I, Clyde Kinsland, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get extra long Christmas vacations by taking the mumps to anyone who hasn’t had them. I, Jimmy Kinsland, do hereby will and bequeath my nickname “Bo” to Leonard Long with the hope that he can get rid of it better than I did. I, Jack Kusterer, do hereby will and bequeath my charming smile to Richard Russell in hope that he can attract the girls better than I did. I, Thelma Ledford, do hereby will and bequeath my perfect figure to anyone who hates to diet. I, Selma Ledford, do hereby will and bequeath my natural curly hair to anyone who has straight hair. I, Jack Love, do hereby will and bequeath my jeep to Leonard Long in hopes that he can find some way to keep it warmer in the winter than I have so far. I, Laura Lyle, do hereby will and bequeath my love for football games and players to Bobbie Burch. I, Barbara Mann, do hereby will and bequeath my love for red-headed boys to Jeanna Sue Cunningham. I, Billy Mason, do hereby will and bequeath my job at the Dixie Store to Red Ledford with the hope that he will become a millionaire. I, Drucilla Mason, do hereby will and bequeath my many boy-friends to Lucy Love Lovelorn of the Moun¬ tain Echo Staff. We, Arland McCall and Thomas Jones, do hereby will and bequeath our ability to write prize-winning compositions about teachers to anyone who wishes to risk his neck by doing such things. I, Charlie McCall, do hereby will and bequeath my safe and sane driving to Bobby Shope. I, Betty Jean McCall, do hereby will and bequeath my beautiful alto voice to the Franklin High School Chorus with the hope that it receives many honors in. coming years. I, Kenneth McMeans, do hereby will and bequeath my title of Typewriting Speed Champion to all first year typing students. I, Betty Moffitt, do hereby will and bequeath a por¬ tion of my beauty to each of the Franklin High School Teachers. I, Bobby Moore, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to carpenter to Mr. Beck. I, Jean Moore, do hereby will and bequeath my love for hearing good jokes to anyone who can get a bigger kick from one than I do. I, L. A. Moore, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to show-off and act smart to my brother Crawford. LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT I, Julia Moody, do hereby will and bequeath a por¬ tion of my dignity to my sister, Marjorie, for I realize how badly she needs it. I, Louise Morgan, do hereby will and bequeath my pleasant ways to Clyda Mae Campbell. I, Billy Morrow, do hereby will and bequeath my seat in the back of the room to anyone else who is afraid of the teacher. I, Willene Moses, do hereby will and bequeath my love for the navy to any girl who thinks she can keep up with a sailor. I, Dixie Nell Myers, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to talk to anyone who thinks they can beat me. I, Eoline Nicholson, do hereby will and bequeath my love for a new black Pontiac to any girl who is tired of riding in a Model A. I, Edwin Nolen, do hereby will and bequeath my great school .enthusiasm to the Junior class for promo¬ tion of school spirit. I, Barbara Jean Panned, do hereby will and bequeath my influential ways to Dick Mashbum in hopes that he will use them to the best of his ability. I, Lee Roy Peek, do hereby will and bequeath my red hair to Clyde Houston. I, Joe Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath my love for reading to Jackie Hoilman. We, Max Phillips and Grover Shuler, do hereby will and bequeath our love for Chemistry and Mrs. Waldroop to any person who can stand to smell those stinking experiments. I, Patty Lou Phillips, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to drive to Bobby Biddle, with the hope that he has better luck than I do. I, Lucille Pickens, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to do shorthand to Mr. Williams. We, Cora Ann Queen and Nancy Ramsey, do hereby will and bequeath our ability to do Latin to all first year Latin students. I, Tommy Raby, do hereby will and bequeath 6 inches of my height to Crawford Moore, and I hope he will use it to a good advantage in future basketball years. I, Dickie Raby, do hereby will and bequeath my big mouth to Arbutus Welch. I, Evelyn Ray, do hereby will and bequeath my ability in mathematics to Sutton Russell. We, Louise Ray and Mary Etta Shook, do hereby will and bequeath our diamonds to some of the worried old maids of Franklin High School. I, Juanita Reece, do hereby will and bequeath a por¬ tion of my long curls to Joyce Gribble. I, Wilma Renshaw, do hereby will and bequeath my brother, Richard, to Carolyn Cochran in hopes that she will take as good care of him in the future as Mamma has in the past. I, John Roper, do hereby will and bequeath my ability to get along with Mrs. Fulton to Max Holland. I, Unav Sanders, do hereby will and bequeath my interest in all school activities to all Juniors. We, Minnie Lee and Anna Laura Shepherd do hereby will and bequeath our love for typing class to anyone who can get along with Mr. Williams like we can. We, Howard Smith and Carl Swanson, do hereby will and bequeath our love for school to the Freshman for they will need it before their journey is ended. I, Charles Swafford, do hereby will and bequeath my Ford to Kenneth Tallent for courting purposes only. I, Roberta Snyder, do hereby will and bequeath my good citizenship to Farrell Henson. I, Peggy Solesbee, do hereby will and bequeath my personality and outspoken ways to Ella Vee Campbell, hoping she will speak out at all times. I, Barbara Stiles, do hereby will and bequeath my babyish voice to Mrs. Waldroop. I, Betty Tippett, do hereby will and bequeath my quiet ways to Mary Sue Welch. I, Elmon Vanhook, do hereby will and bequeath my boisterous ways to Charles Baldwin. I, Jessie Lee Welch, do hereby will and bequeath two inches of my height to Arbutus Welch. I, Joyce Welch, do hereby will and bequeath my pretty blue eyes to Jeannie Henson. I, Wayne Wiggins, do hereby will and bequeath my big ears to anyone who likes to hear the latest gossip. I, Jim Williamson, do hereby will and bequeath my curly hair to Bobby Biddle. This is the Last Will and Testament as signed, sealed, and sworn to by all passing Seniors of the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Three of Franklin High School, Franklin, North Carolina. By: Julia Moody Barbara Jean Pannell Jackie Kusterer tf ■ft . ie V JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS PAUL SORRELS Veep ANNETTE DALRYMPLE RAYMOND LEDFORD Secretary and Treastirer President CLASS OF 1954 ' —_ Anosrsor . nr; Ayers Cr - je? Sarsri Bolin 5ia£±r j _- f r-—g .3. Jed : r ' " ... r 3:1 Bractf? Gewa 5r £i?y Loetta Bri ' w - r Chsries Bryson Ef ' srr i 5r " x rcnnim Buchanan Bnld B ' j T ersef Ber - - Ci-- e renn Csoe FTta Yee CampBell I oy]e H-ck -i —1 Gout Rnnard G ' .cnpnrr CLASS OF 1954 Douglas Conley Frances Corbin Sarah Corbin Barbara Crews Christine Cunningham Jeanna Cunningham Annette Dalrymple Carol Lee Daves Fred Deal Betty Dehart Mark Deitz Annie Dills Jerry Dills Bill Dennis Hugh Dowdle Thad Dowdle Richard Dryman Barbara Edwards Ben Edwards Ruth Edwards Naomi Elliot Marlene Fox CLASS OF 1954 Lela Jo Gailey Richard Gi bson John Guffey Kenneth Guffey Agnes Guyer Bill Harper Jean Henson Marilyn Henson Marilyn Higdon Marilyn Hogsed Ruth Holland Max Holland Clyde Houston Gareth Hughes Bill Hunnicutt Bea Johnson Mary Johnson Marianne Johnston Evelyn Jones Betty Keener Margie Kimsey Hattie Sue Ledford CLASS OF 1954 Raymond Ledford Wayne Ledford Jennie Sue McCall Nancy McCollum Nelly McConnell Eunice McCoy Eugene McDonnald Holland McSwain Bobby Marshall Mildred Morgan Max Morgan Freda Moore Joe Moses Becky Murray Dwight Norris Joe Patton Maxine Peek Charles Pickens Connie Potts Betty Jo Roper Paul Roper Richard Russell CLASS OF 195- Roger Seiy Joyce Shoot Ciriecre Sorrelk Mirr-ire: ScntSs FsrC Saerelk Wivue Sresrart Jerry Snirzin : =T LZ - _ xnziii Tsaroe V.rrnr . ?ipe - .rryert Gey V 5Cl ’ ' VjCzrroc MeIT - t—- T i - • i • - y v. er r Mrr- Srhr Wddi V r —:a Jean FVelrir 1 - - • T Cl■!- F.c- V. ? : Vl_ CCfr: Yrrrzz B_1 Zicksraf SNAPSHOTS SNAPSHOTS JULIE WALDROOP Secretary and Treasurer HERBERT McKELVEY President RICHARD RENSHAW Veep CLASS OF 1955 Katherine Alexander Maude Angel Nancy Angel Nora Jean Baldwin Mildred Bates Esta Mae Bingham Birdie Sue Bingham Velta Mae Bolich Dick Bradley Delores Brendle Evelyn Brown Ruth Brown Sue Bryson Dora Lee Cabe Jeanette Cabe Mary Evelyn Cabe Bobby Cabe Charles Campbell Shelly Jean Campbell Birtie Lee Cantrell Mildred Childers Owen Childers Brandon Christy Carolyn Cochran Betty Compton Margaret Crawford Christine Crisp Margaret Crisp Ruby Nell Crumpton Betty Sue Cunningham Cleta Belle Daves Frances Deal Suzie Deal Emogene Downs Junior Dills Gaynell Downs Ruth Downs Betty Duvall Dorothy Duvall Sue Duval Thad Duvall Jim Estes- Lois Elliot Barbara Emory Fred Farmer Ellen Franks Douglas Franklin Annette Garner Audrey Gibson Katherine Gibson James Graham Doris Green CLASS OF 1955 Bobby Gregory Cleo Gregory Joann Henderson Ann Henry Conrad Henry Lydia Henry Fred Henson Beverly Higdon Oma Lee Hogsed Lolita Holland Lucille Holland Katherine Holden Carolyn Houston Irene Houston Lamar Houston Betty Howard Betty Sue Huggins Frances Huscusson Betty Hurst Juanita Jenkins Wade Keener Harold Kirnsey Max Ledbetter Jarrett Ledford R. L. Ledford Jody Lenoir Leonard Long Bobby Jack Love Frances McCall Mavis McCall Annie Sue McConnel Cleo McDonald Virginia McCoy Patsy McFalls Herbert McKelvy Lee Agnes McKinney Norma Jean Medlin J anice Miller Sally Mincey Helen Moore Dixie Morrison Jean Morrison Claudette Moses Lela Nicholson Christine Pressley Sue Pruett Fenes Pruitt Louree Queen Caroline Reece Eddie Reece Richard Renshaw Truman Rogers CLASS OF 1955 Wade Rogers Josephine Roper Thad Roper Sutton Russell Anna Setser Patsy Setser Pete Setser Shirley Shephard Roger Shephard Furman Shook Bud Siler Bobby Shope Paul Smith Ann Snyder Alvin Solesbee Jim Southards Alma Stiles Jessie Stiwinter Carol Stockton Edna Earl Stoudemire Sharon Swanson Virginia Swanson Newell Swafford Charles Tallent Kenneth Tallent Robbie Gay Tallent Roger Tallent Roger J. Tallent Ann Talley Geneva Thomas Margaret Thomas Harry Thompson Billy Vanhook Lamar Vanhook Hazel Vinson Martha Vinson Carolyn Waldroop Catherine Waldroop Julia Waldroop Ernest Wallace Bill Ward Arbutus Welch Hattie Mae Wiggins James Wiggins Ann Williamson Darrell Wilson Lucille Woody Bobby Womack Catherine Wooten Neville Wooten Kathleen Younce Susie Zachary r FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS BOBBY TEAGUE President NORMAN SMITH Veep TOMMY GNUSE Secretary and Treasurer CLASS OF 1956 Betty Jean Allen Earl Ammons Faye Anderson Joe Ballew Dorothy Barrett Hugh Blaine Allen Berry Wiley Bowers Marvel Brendle Wanda Brendle Ruth Brooks Kenneth Brown Raleigh Buchanan Danny Byrd David Cabe Harold Cabe Nancy Rose Cabe Rita Jean Cabe Wilburn Cabe Nancy Cable Doyle Carpenter Glayds Carpenter Delmis Clampett Geraldene Clark Bernice Cook Harry Cole Frank Conley Earl Corbin Tommy Corbin Bert Crawford Hesby Crisp Barbara Cunningham Margie Curtis Tommy Dalrymple Nancy Dayton Wesley Dayton Monroe DeHart Tommy Dean Joyce Deitz Glen Dills Kenneth Dills Joan Dryman Dale Edwards Larry Estes Jo Ann Estes Lyle Estes Jerry Finney Matty Pearl Frady Tommy Gnuse Carol Gregory Charles Gregory CLASS OF 1956 Joyce Gribble Betty Guffey Zeb Guffey Juanita Haire Mary Lee Hall Carolyn Henderson Don Henry Edith Henry Howell Henry J. L. Henry Farrell Henson Gwen Howard Ruth Holden Bernard Huggins Floye Jean Isenhower Paul Jennings Billy Johnson Louise Jones Maurice Jones Frank Killian Faye Ledford Gilmer Ledford Ruby Ledford Willa Jean Ledford John Long Laura Belle Long Mary Ann Long Robert Louis Marshall Mann Dewetta Marshall Marian McCall Jean McCollum Joy McCollum Ned McCoy Ted McCoy Tommy McCoy Alice Mashburn Furman Mason Bill Mendenhall Marjorie Moody Crawford Moore Jessie Lee Morgan Willa Mae Morgan Sue Myers Ruth Nicholson Jerry Nicholson Nannie Lee ’• ' ainter Kenneth Patton Geneva Payne Christene Peek Hester Peek CLASS OF 1956 Tommy Pruett Buddy Rahy Frank Ramsey Colbern Rice Mary Frances Roper Patsy Roten Dan Rowland Barbara Sanders Jack Sanders Anna Ray Scott Joan Sellers Clark Sheifield Grover Shefield Betty Jo Shepard Betty Shope Betty Jean Smith Betty Lou Smith Norman Smith Ruth Snyder Sue Solesbee Bobby Stanfield Geraldine Stiwinter Otis Stiwinter Beverly Stockton Billy Stockton Dorothy Swafford Billy Sweatman Jessie Sweatman Billy Tallent Dewey Taylor Eugene Taylor Joe Taylor Monroe Taylor Bobby Teague Doris Teague Shirley Thomas Joe Tippett Paulette Ward Barbara Watson Jimmie Webb Joyce Wilkie Willis Teems Kirby Wilks Martha Womack Johnny Wooten Louise York Carolyn Younce Gladys Younce Ray Younce Wardie Young You Name It, We’ll Feed It.” Sponsors: Mrs. Cabe and Mrs. Parker. President, Mary Nell Parker; Vice-Presi¬ dent, Ruth Edwards, Secretary-Treasurer, Annie Dills. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Sponsors: Mrs. Beck and Mrs. O’Neil. President, Konda Teague; Vice-President, Frankabelle Gibson; Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Frances Roner. i § wmfm 1 I Is K £ l " jp |H E ■■ I ' M J 1 J|m 1 f - g§BK; .’|S n j Rib r SB. sr- ■ " £ dp gpgg TJ! ..y ( jg rf- K V jj| i j l£;jt r lap a fl « M mw i B 1- £ J Mg 4 4.1 M m y " y m Sponsor: Mr. Proffitt. President, Charlie Cabe; Vice-President, Bill Bradley; Sec¬ retary, Victor Teague; Treasurer, J. D. Hastings; Reporter, Douglas Conley; Sentinel, John Dover. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA “Our Future Fanners” CONCERT BAND Majorettes: Left to right, Margaret Thomas, Helen Cochran, Frances Huscusson, Marjorie Moody. Director, Sammy Beck; President, Ann Hayes; Vice-President, Herbert McKelvey; Secretary, Bobby Biddle; Treasurer, Holland McSwain. j. i. y Sponsors: Mrs. Lowe and Miss Brewer. President, Richard Russell; Vice-Presi¬ dent, Sue Williams; Secretary, Louetta Browning; Treasurer, Ann Snyder. LANGUAGE CLUB MATH CLUB Sponsors: Mr. Davis and Mr. Wike. President, Thad Dowdl e- Vice-President, Lucille Holland; Secretary, Robbie Gay Tallent; Treasurer, Fred Henson. L V f Jr R mgg f , ‘ ! A Bfij Front Row (L. to R): Jo Ann Henderson, Laura Jean Huggins, Carlene Sorrells, Evelyn Dean. Second Row (L to R): Kenneth McMeans, Martha Jones, Charles Swafford, and Mrs. Sloan, sponsor. JOURNALISM CLUB BUSINESS CLUB Sponsors: Mr. Williams and Mrs. Crawford. President , Charles Swafford; Vice- President, Kenneth McMeans- Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Solesbee. Sponsor: Mrs. Parker. President, Roberta Snyder; Vice-President, Willa Mae Cabe; Secretary, Barbara Mann; Treasurer, Jean Duvall. LIBRARY CLUB SCIENCE CLUB Sponsor: Mr. Angel. President, Roger Seay; Vice-President, Neville Wooten; Sec¬ retary-Treasurer, Jean Blaine. m r; c 11 ' 1 le- Sponsors: Mrs. Matthews and Mrs. Waldroop. President, Betty Howard; Vice- President, Betty Hurst; Secretary, Jody Lenoir. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA BETA CLUB Sponsors: Mr. Beck and Mrs. Martin. President, Lee Poindexter; Vice-President, Kenneth McMeans; Secretary, Nancy Ramsey; Treasurer, Mildred Gregory. !■% ' j J |v j ■ « Sponsor: Mr. Dick Stott. President, Grady Corbin; Vice-President, Carroll Child¬ ers; Secretary-Treasurer, Bud Siler; Reporter, Bill Hunnicutt. GOLF CLUB DRAMATICS CLUB Sponsor: Mr. Ramsey. President, Julia Moody; Vice-President, Lonnie Crawford; Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Jean Panned. Sponsor: Mr. Ramsey; Captain, Colbert Henson. SAFETY PATROL 4-H CLUB Sponsor: Mrs. Fulton. President, Nancy Cabe; Vice-President, Ray Younce; Sec¬ retary-Treasurer, Kenneth Rrown. Sponsor: Mrs. Ray Lowe. President, Joyce Deitz; Vice-President, Mildred Child¬ ers; Secretary, Ruth Down; Treasurer, Gaynelle Downs. ART CLUB BACKACHE CLUB A iff R r fij Sr 11 | jS M |i| V ' i 1 ' _ JML U ' fltaw ■ " T3 4 ijfc 5 4 N ' l §$-H | V x |U k V f A T H L E T Left to Right—Coach McConnell, Co-Captains Charlie Cabe and George Brown Honte Team FrankliA 42 Franklin 20 Franklin 62 Franklin 20 Franklin 0 Franklin 25 Franklip 19 Franklin 18 Franklir) 0 Franklin 26 SCORES Visitors _ Andrews 7 _ Clayton 0 _ Cherokee 0 _ Hayesville 0 .... Sylva 14 Robbinsville 0 Bryson City 6 _ Murphy 0 Waynesville 14 .. Clyde 0 CHEERLEADERS Shirley Dean, Margaret Crawford, Sue Blaine, Farrell Henson, Evelyn Dean, Lela Jo Gailey, Evelyn Ray. MONOGRAM CLUB Sponsor: Coach McConnell. President, Carroll Childers; Vice-President, George Brown; Secretary-Treasurer, Cissy Lyle. tHBft [AC m , ' IP % c ' «■ FOOTBALL TEAM Coach Ralph McConnell, Co-Captains Charlie Cabe and George Brown FIRST TEAM Line: Carroll Childers, RE; George Brown, RT; Wayne Stewart, RG; Gharles Cabe, LT; Roger Seay, C; Gene Mashburn, LG; Bill Hunnicutt, LE. Backfield: Bill Waldroop, BB; Sam Henderson, TB; Dick Mashburn, WB. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM Kneeling, left to right: Norma Medlin, Shirley Dean, Margaret Crawford, Eoline Nicholson, Manager; Wilma Renshaw, Audrey Gibson, Jean Duvall, Evelyn Dean. Standing, left to right: Anna Setser, Hazel Vinson, Mildred Corbin, Annette Dalrymple, Jodie Lenoir, Coach Ray Lowe, Betty Smith, Nancy Ramsey, Betty Jean Allen, Ruth Brown, Fenes Pruitt. BOYS’ BASKETBALL TEAM Kneeling: Manager Mark Dovvdle, Coach Ray Lowe. Left to right: Bert Craw ford, Fred L. Henson, Dan Angel, Bill Hunnicutt, Tommy Raby, Dolpha Fonts Ray Henry, John Henry, Tommy Cole, Billy Harper, and L. A. Moore. . % S ' i % ■ Compliments of MACON CONSTRUCTION COMPANY " WE MOVE THE EARTH " GRADUATION DAY - AND EVERY DAY IS ALWAYS PET ICE CREAM DAY! Pet Ice Cream is rich, creamy, and velvety smooth .... with flavor that ' s always delightful! And, Pet Ice Cream is made only of daily fresh whole milk, daily fresh sweet cream and the choicest natural flavorings. Have some PET ICE CREAM TODAY - and EVERY DAY! In any one of the popular standard flavors .... or, the feature flavor of the month. . . . You ' ll always agree, PET ICE CREAM is the FINEST, MOST DELICIOUS Ice Cream you ' ve ever tasted! TASTE THE FRESH CREAM IN PET ICE CREAM pet JCE CREAA Hr frM PET ICE CREAM “a Ata tA rfooi m PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Compliments of BANK OF FRANKLIN Member of F.D.I.C. HAYWOOD DISTRIBUTORS, INC. Wholesale Distributors CANDIES CIGARS DRUGS SUNDRIES PAPER PRODUCTS SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES NOVELTIES 23 Main Street Dial 3867 CANTON, N. C. PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Compliments of Auto Parts and Equipment Company Compliments of Burrell Motor Company, Inc. SALES SERVICE Phone 123 Franklin, N. C. 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