Franklin High School - Laurel Leaf Yearbook (Franklin, NC)
- Class of 1959
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A t-KUM Irifc, LIdKaKi Uf rf A ■ u-JL The 0 0 0 Laurel Leaf 1959 Presented by THE STUDENT BODY of Franklin High School Franklin, North Carolina Page One Appreciation We, the students of Franklin High School, wish to express our appreciation to you, Mrs. Connie Campbell, for your never-ending . . . and often thankless . . . service to us. The various tasks that you perform so cheerfully and patiently do not go unnoticed by the teachers and the stu¬ dents. We are ever grateful to you. During your many years of faithful service to Franklin High School you have proven yourself to be an instructor of highest esteem. Your never-failing kindness, your sense of humor, your prestige, and your wisdom—all have added immeasur¬ able to the stature of our school. We know that you have been looking forward to the joys that you will receive following your retirement. However, the impact of your influence will long live at Franklin High School. For all this, the Senior Class of 1959 and the 1959 LAUREL LEAF Staff re¬ spectfully dedicate this edition of our annual to you, MRS. KATHARINE M. ' ' V , XTT” , TT Dedication Page Two . . . The many times that we have walked this path to classes, tests, and friends, to the football field and the gym, to hard work and fun, will not pass from our hearts and minds. This scene will long be remembered and cher¬ ished as we continue on through other walks of life. Page Three Foreword As you walk through the pages of this annual, your footsteps will be guided swiftly and surely. Whether you aie wandering at random through the classes or excitedly running about in the sports section, we hope that you will have the most pleasant excursion of your life. THE STAFF Table of Contents FACULTY . SENIORS . JUNIORS . SOPHOMORES .... FRESHMEN . ATHLETICS . ACTIVITIES . FEATURES . ADVERTISEMENTS . Seven . Eleven . Thirty-Five . Forty-three . Fifty-one .Fifty-nine . Seventy-one . Eighty-nine .... One hundred five Page Five The Laurel Leaf Staff MRS. ANNE P. BIDDLE KATRINA ELMORE JEAN FRANKLIN FRANCES ALEXANDER ALICE BRADLEY JUDY WURST DOUGLAS PEARSON ARTHUR HAYS CLINTON TILSON BARBARA DUNCAN NANCY SILER RALPH ANGEL JEAN BURRELL DOUGLAS SLAGLE Sponsor Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Sports Editor Activities and Features Editor Photographer Copy Editor Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager . . . 1 he, jjeet that cjMule MR. H. BUECK Superintendent of Macon County Schools MR. HARRY C. CORBfN Principal PRINCIPALS MESSAGE The infinite experiences shared by the 1959 class of Franklin High School cannot be objec¬ tively measured. My hope is that these experien¬ ces have inspired each of you never to be satisfied with doing less than your best. Regardless of the political, social, or eco¬ nomic heights that you may attain—nothing will be worth more to you than a smile in increasing your face value. Congratulations to an outstanding group of graduates! MRS. CONNIE H. CAMPBELL Secretary to the Principal Page Eight MRS. JO P. ALLMAN MRS. SUE W. BALDWIN MRS. ANNE P. BIDDLE Faculty MRS. CAROLYN C. COGAN MISS DARLENE J. COLLINS MRS. ROSALIE C. CORBIN MR. WILFORD W. CORBIN MRS. MARJORIE H. CRAWFORD MRS. LOIS F. FULTON MRS. DOROTHY S. HEWLETT MR. L. C. HOWARD, JR. MRS. ELLEN T. LEDBETTER MRS. MILDRED R. MARTIN MRS. KATHRYN P. MATTHEWS MISS LOUISE MONTEITH MRS. KATHARINE M. O’NEIL Faculty MR. WAYNE PROFFITT MR. CLAYTON H. RAMSEY MR. FRANK L. RAMSEY, JR. MRS. MAMIE Y. SCROGCS MRS. BERTHA E. STANDLEY MRS. MARIE P. STEWART MR. CHARLES WALKER MISS FRANCES WINSTEAD . . WalJ2incj, mta SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ' Seated, Left to Right: Frances Alexander, Treasurer; and Nancy Siler, Vice-Presi¬ dent. Standing: John Killian, President; and Claudette Leatherman, Secretary. Page Twelve L he jjuiune . THOMAS LEE ADAMS “A-dams” MOTTO: “The first step is all the difficulty.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Baseball 4; F.F.A. 1,2. HOBBY: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. FRANCES CAROL ALEXANDER “Fran” MOTTO: “A little bit of foolishness now and then is cherished by the wisest men.” ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 1,2.3,4, Captain 4; Dramatics Club 1; Homecoming Candidate 1, 2, Runner-up 3, Queen 4; Mountain Echo Staff 2; Editors’ Roundtable 2,3,4; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Student Council 2,3; Future Teachers Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Entertainment Committee, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Beta Club 3,4; Class Treasurer 3,4; Laurel Leaf 3,4; F.H.A. 4; Senior Superla¬ tive 4. HOBBY: Acting silly with Jean, sports, and working. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARY KATE ALMOND “Katie” MOTTO: “Not finished, just begun.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1,2,3; F.B.L.A. 4, Secretary 4. HOBBY: Walking, reading, and parties. FUTURE PLANS: College. Class of ’59 WILEY ROC.ER ANDERSON “Boots” MOTTO: “Do not put off until tomorrow what vou can do today.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 2,3. HOBBY: Reading and hunting. FUTURE PLANS: College. FURMAN ANGEL, IR. MOTTO: “A smile takes only a moment, but lasts a lifetime.” ACTIVITIES: Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Working on custom cars, hot rods, and stock-race cars. FUTURE PLANS: Mechanical trade school. JAMES HOWARD ANGEL “Jim” MOTTO: “It can be done.” HOBBY: Loafing. FUTURE PLANS: U. S. Army. Page Thirteei JAMES RICHARD BALL MOTTO: ‘Make haste slowly.” HOBBY: Fishing and hunting.. FUTURE PLANS: Work. DENNIS JAMES BATES MOTTO: “Cross every bridge as you come to it.” HOBBY: Making money. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. LEOTA DELIA BECK “Sally” MOTTO: “Live and learn.” ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2,3; Monogram Club 2,3; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Decora¬ tion Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Class Secretary 3; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Driving and writing Kirby. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Seniors ANN KATHERINE BERRY “Kat” MOTTO: “Ut prosim” (That I may be of service.) ACTIVITIES: Photography Clxib 1; F.H.A. 2,3; Dramatics Club 4. HOBBY: Reading, sewing, and cooking. FUTURE PLANS: College. ERVIN ALLEN BINGHAM “Buck” MOTTO: “It ' s your life you’re living; live it well.” ACTIVITIES: Photography Club 1, Vice-Presi¬ dent 1; Wildlife Club 2; Explorer Scouts 2, 3; Mountain Echo Staff 3; Student Council 3. HOBBY: Hunting, loafing, and chess. FUTURE PLANS: College or Air Force. MILDRED LOUISE BINGHAM “Mid” MOTTO: “They conquer who believe they can.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; 4-H Club 2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: College. Page Fourteen FLORENCE PEARL RONE MOTTO: “Work toward attaining the best in life.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3; Dra¬ matics Club 3,4. HOBBY: Art, music, and decorating. FUTUKE PLANS: College. CHARLES RAYMOND RRITTON “Charlie” MOTTO: “If you can’t do it, learn.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1,2; Mountain Echo Staff 3; Editors’ Roundtable 3. HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. WILLIAM LARRY BROOKS “Brooks” MOTTO: “I’m not finished. I’ve just begun.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1; Chorus 2; Stu¬ dent Council 2; Freshman of the Year 1; Bas¬ ketball 2,3,4; Football 1,4, Manager 2,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; Science Club 2; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Class of ’59 GLEN ORLAN BROWN MOTTO: “Be prepared.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1. HOBBY: Fishing, hunting, and loafing. FUTURE PLANS: Work. WAYNE DEAROLD BRYANT MOTTO: “Be sure you are right; then go ahead.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. KATE ELIZABETH BUCHANAN “ Katydid” MOTTO: “Conduct and courage lead to honor.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2,3; Served at Junior- Senior Banquet 2; Dramatics Club 1; Beta Club 3,4; Basketball 2,3; Junior Marshal 3. HOBBY: Playing the piano and eating. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. Page Fifteen VERLON BUFORD BURCH MOTTO: “Remember the Alamo.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1,2. HOBBY: Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Work. STELLA JEAN BURRELL “Jeanie” MOTTO: “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 1,3,4; Mountain Echo Staff 2; Entertainment Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Chorus 2; Editors’ Roundtable 2,3,4; Cheerleader 3,4; Laurel Leaf 3,4; Homecoming Court 3; Monogram Club 4. HOBBY: Writing letters and acting silly with Frances. FUTURE PLANS: College. ANITA LEE CABE “Neet” MOTTO: “Be not simply good, but be good for sumeiiuiig. ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 1,2; Chorus 2,3; F.H.A. 2,3, President 4. HOBBY: Playing the piano and dating. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage and Business College Seniors JACKIE ANN CABE “Little ’un” MOTTO: “Why try to be a big shot? Little things mean a lot.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Sports, eating, and acting silly. FUTURE PLANS: College. JOYCE KATHLEEN CABE “Punkie” MOTTO: “Strong and faithful.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Monogram Club 3,4; F.H.A. 4. HOBBY: Writing Ranee, sewing, cooking, and all sports. FUTURE PLANS: Third finger, left hand. SHIRLEY LEEIDA CABE “Shear-ly” lOTTO: “Act well your part-there all the onor lies.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Seta Club 3,4; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 1; Field Day 3. IOBBY: Reading and listening to the radio. Page Sixteen MOTTO: “Have diploma; will work.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife 1; Football 2; C.A.P. 2; F.B.L.A. 4, President 4. HOBBY: Courting and hunting. FUTURE PLANS: College. MOTTO: “A smile goes a long way.” ACTIVITIES: Photography 1; Science and Wildlife Club 2,3,4; Junior Marshal 3; Basket¬ ball 2,3,4; Decoration Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Having fun and all sports. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. MOTTO: “Forgive and forget.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1; Photography Club 2. HOBBY: Sewing, traveling, and collecting sou¬ venirs. FUTURE PLANS: Third finger, left hand. Class of ’59 JACQUELINE CLARK “Jackie” MOTTO: “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” ACTIVITIES: Language Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,3,4; Chorus 2; F.T.A. 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Junior Marshal 3; Mountain Echo Staff 3, Managing Editor 4; Editors’ Roundtable 3,4; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Driving, sewing, swimming, and music. FUTURE PLANS: College. JAMES ROBERT CLARK “Clark” MOTTO: “They conquer who believe they can.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1. FUTURE PLANS: Work. WILLIAM ANDREW CLOER, JR. “Buddy” MOTTO: “Work has not ended, it has just now begun.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,4; Basketball 2; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Hunting, fishing, and girls. FUTURE PLANS: College or work. Page Seventeen ESTON GEORGE COOK “Cook” MOTTO: “Consider the future.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. HOBBY: Swimming, golf, hunting, and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. MARY HAZEL CURTIS “Mary” MOTTO: “If at first you don’t succeed; try again.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 3,4. HOBBY: Sewing and cooking. FUTURE PLANS: Work. LINDA GAIL CORNE «n • » Sis MOTTO: “Politness goes far and costs less.” ACTIVITIES: S.C.A. Representative 1,2,3; Varsity Basketball 9; Monitors Club 1,2; F.H.A. 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Listening to the radio. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. Seniors PATRICIA DOCKERY “Pat” MOTTO: “Forward ever, backward never; for within myself my future lies.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 2. FUTURE PLANS: Third finger, left hand. MARY LOUISE CRUNKLETON “Beacie” MOTTO: “Not merely to exist, but to amount to something in life.” ACTIVITIES: Photography Club 1; Chorus 2,3; Dramatics Club 3,4. HOBBY: Music. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. NELL DOWDLE MOTTO: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 3. HOBBY: Reading and listening to the radio. FUTURE PLANS: Work. Page Eighteen MARGARET ANN EARLEY " Earley ” MOTTO: “Able and willing.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 3. HOBBY: Reading and listening to the radio. FUTURE PLANS: Work. HAROLD EDWIN ELLIOTT “Punkin” MOTTO: “Why worry? It’ll happen anyway.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2,3, Co-Captain 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Wildlife Club 1,2,3,4; Baseball 4; Entertained at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. KATRINA DALE ELMORE MOTTO: “C’est la vie.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; Dramatics Club 1- Freshman of the Year 1; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Science and Wildlife Club 2,3 4 Chorus 2,3; Student Council 3; Laurel Leaf Editor 4; Editors’ Roundtable 4; Senior Superla¬ tive 4. HOBBY: Reading, art, listening to music, hiking, and tennis. Class of ’59 SHIRLEY ANN EMORY “Shirr MOTTO: “Not only to exist, but to amount to something in life.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 3; F.H.A. 4. HOBBY: Eating and reading. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. BETTY JEAN FRANKLIN " Proxie” MOTTO: “To err is human, to forgive divine.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 1,2; Chorus 1, 2; F.T.A. 3,4; Co-Editor, Mountain Echo 3; Laurel Leaf 4; Editors’ Roundtable 3,4; In¬ vitation and Entertainment Committees, Junior- Senior Banquet 3; Girls’ State 3; Spanish Club 4. HOBBY: Driving, reading, and talking on the telephone. FUTURE PLANS: College. PHILLIP LEE FRANKLIN " Flip” MOTTO: " Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Heavy Equipment Operation School, Saxton, Kentucky. Page Nineteen JOANN ELSIE GIBSON “Jody” CAROLYN MAE GREGORY “Little ’un” JERRY CARROLL GIBSON “Gib” MOTTO: “Live fast, love hard, die of old age.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. HOBBY: Playing the guitar, hunting, and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. EVA CHRISTINE GREGORY “Chris” MOTTO: “Not finished, just begun.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 3. HOBBY: Reading and relaxing. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. MOTTO: “They conquer who believe they can.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Mountain Echo Staff 2; Served at Junior- Senior Banquet 2; Beta Club 3,4; Junior Marshal 3. HOBBY: Sewing and reading. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. Seniors ROY HAROLD GREGORY “Hoss” MOTTO: “We are always ready.” ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4. HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Work. MOTTO: “A smile is like an echo; it always comes back to you.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3,4; Science and Wild¬ life Club 3; Decoration Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3; Dramatics Club 4. HOBBY: Eating, listening to the radio, reading, driving, and cooking. FUTURE PLANS: College. DELLA MAE GUFFIE “Della” MOTTO: “Smile, and the world will smile with you.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 1; Chorus 1, F.H.A. 2; Science and Wildlife Club 3. HOBBY: Reading. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Page Twenty PHYLLIS ANNE HALL “Sot " MOTTO: “Every man is an architect of his own fortune.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics 1,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, President 4; Library Club 1,2; Homecoming Court 2,3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Entertained at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Chorus 2; Assistant Editor of Mountain Echo 4; Monogram Club 2, 3,4. HOBBY: Writing letters. FUTURE PLANS: College. JAMES RONALD HARPER MOTTO; “Don’t look too long; you might back out.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1, 2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Explorer Scouts 2,3; Dra¬ matics 3. HOBBY: Hunting, fishing, and enjoying life. FUTURE PLANS: College. ELIZABETH JEAN HAWKS “Betty” MOTTO: “Everything that happens, happens for the best; so keep smiling.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4. HOBBY: Watching T.V. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Class of ’59 ARTHUR WENDELL HEDDEN “Curley” MOTTO: “Live and learn.” HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: College. INEZ ETHEL HEDDEN “Shorty” MOTTO: “Living for 1963.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 2; Basketball 2; Science and Wildlife Club 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Beta Club 4. HOBBY: Swimming and hiking. FUTURE PLANS: College. WILLIAM ARLEY HEDDEN “Billy” MOTTO: “If we are going to have friends, then let’s be friends indeed.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. HOBBY: Collecting Indian relics. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Page Ttventy-Otie CHARLES LESTER HENDERSON “Charlie” MOTTO: “Great men die young; I’m feeling bad.” ACTIVITIES: Senior Superlative. HOBBY: Driving and sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. REBECCA LORETTA HENSON “Ret” MOTTO: “Laugh and the world laughs with you; weep and you weep alone.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 2. HOBBY: Talking, relaxing, and doing nothing. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. JOHNNY HAROLD HENRY “Jaybird III” MOTTO: “Don’t marry for money; it’s cheaper to borrow.” ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,3,4; Monogram Club 4. HOBBY: Driving, eating, and sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: Making my first million. Seniors CHARLES HOWARD HIGDON “Chuck” MOTTO: “Kiss ’em and grieve ’em; love ’em and leave ’em.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,3,4. HOBBY: Playing the guitar and hunting. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. RILEY WILLIAM HENRY “ Duggie” MOTTO: “If poison doesn’t work, try English.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3,4; Parl¬ iamentary Procedure 2|3,4. HOBBY: Eating and sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: Truck driver. EDITH CAROLYN HOLLAND “Carol” MOTTO: “Deeds, not words.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 2; Art Club 2; Dramatics Club 4. HOBBY: Cooking, listening to records, and sewing. FUTURE PLANS: Work. Page Twenty-Two SANDRA LUCILLE HOLLAND “ Flossie” MOTTO: “Love conquers all things.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Art Club 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Chorus 4; Senior Superla¬ tive 4. HOBBY:.Art, rock and roll records, eating, and talking. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician. WILLIAM ISAAC HOPPER " Bill” MOTTO: “Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under it.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 2; Dramatics 3,4. HOBBY: Driving, hunting, loafing, and girls. FUTURE PLANS: Rest. FRANCES LOUISE HUGHES " LuLu” MOTTO: “It is what you do with what you have that counts!” ACTIVITIES: Art Club 2; Dramatics Club 4. HOBBY: Reading, riding, and traveling. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Class of ’59 JAMES ROBERT HUNTER " Bobby” MOTTO: “Let the end justify the means.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 3. HOBBY: Driving, hunting, and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. JACK HARRELL HYDE " Stub” MOTTO: “Do unto others before they get half a chance to do it unto you.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Explorer Scouts 2,3; Monogram Club 3,4. HOBBY: Sports and girls. FUTURE PLANS: College at Stetson Uni¬ versity. SHELBA JEAN JOHNSON MOTTO: “ ‘Tis the mind that makes the body rich.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 2,3, Vice-President 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 1; Library Club 2. HOBBY: Cooking, sewing, playing the piano, and driving. FUTURE PLANS: Work. Page Twenty-Three JOHN HUME KILLIAN “Beanpole” MOTTO: “Pray for a good crop but keep on hoeing.” ACTIVITIES: Class President 1,2,3,4; Vice- President of Student Body 3, President 4; F.F.A. 1,2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3; Explorer Scouts 3; Entertained at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Football 1,2,3, Co- Captain 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Boys’ State, 1958. HOBBY: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. WILLA CLAUDETTE LEATHERMAN “Tut” MOTTO: “L’habit ne fait pas le maine.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,3, Sec¬ retary 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Student Council 3,4, Secretary and Treasurer 3; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Class Secretary and Treasurer 2; Class Vice-President 3; Class Secretary 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Playing the piano and sewing. FUTURE PLANS: College. GENEVA PATRICIA LEDBETTER “Nebo” MOTTO: “Quantity means more than quality to some people.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Mountain Echo Staff 2; Wildlife Club 3; Chorus 3; Food Commit¬ tee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Senior Superlative 4; Cheerleader 4. HOBBY: Dating Mac. FUTURE PLANS: Mv future is planned, third finger, left hand. Seniors DONALD CRAWFORD LEDFORD “Hornbuckle” MOTTO: “Better late than never.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 4; Explorer Scouts 3; Student Council 3; Mono¬ gram Club 3,4, President 4; F.F.A. 1,2; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Sports. FUTURE PLANS: CoUege. JUDY ANN LEE MOTTO: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Chorus 1, 2,3. HOBBY: Dating Harold, and going places. FUTURE PLANS: Third finger, left hand. SARAH JEAN MALLONEE “Surry” MOTTO: “Vouloir e’est pouvoir.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3; F.H.A. 2,3,4, Sec¬ retary and Treasurer 4; Photography Club 1,2; Library Club 2; 4-H Club 3; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Playing the piano and sewing. FUTURE PLANS: College. CP. .. . 4. i T? l♦ MARY FRANCES MASON “Fran” MOTTO: “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 3; F.H.A. 4. HOBBY: Listening to the radio, sleeping and eating. FUTURE PLANS: Work. JAMES GORDON McCOLLUM, JR. MOTTO: “Everything passes.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1; Explorer Scouts 2, 3; Science and Wildlife Club 2,3; Dramatics Club 3; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Reading, driving, and dating. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. EMMA JANE McCONNELL “Emma” MOTTO: “If a job is not worth doing right; it isn’t worth doing at all.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics 3. HOBBY: Writing letters and listening to the radio. FUTURE PLANS: Work. Class of ’59 EVELYN ANNETTE McCOY “Coy” MOTTO: “Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club; F.H.A. 2,4; Chorus 2,3; Decoration Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3; Library Club 3; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Writing and receiving letters, skating, and loafing. FUTURE PLANS: Work in Washington, D. C. KATHERINE LORNA McCOY “Scratch” MOTTO: “Able and willing.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Dramatics Club 3,4. HOBBY: Drawing, listening to records, and dating Harold. FUTURE PLANS: Third finger, left hand. ROBERTA JEWELL McCRACKEN “Little Bit” MOTTO: “Always press onward for that which is better.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2,3,4; Served at Junior- Senior Banquet 2; Junior Marshal 3; Science and Wildlife Club 3; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Dramatics Club 4. HOBBY: Reading, swimming, driving, eating, and sewing. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. Page Twenty-Five joyce ann McDowell “Jo” MOTTO: “Live dangerously with your eyes open.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 2; Science and Wildlife Club 3. HOBBY: Talking, riding, and doing nothing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. CARROLL EDGAR McFALLS “Boots” MOTTO: “They conquer who believe they can.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2; Explorer Scouts 1; Wildlife Club 1. HOBBY: Fishing and hunting. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. BRETTA WILKIE McMAHAN “Little Mac” MOTTO: “I got ’em.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3; 4-H Club 1. HOBBY: Cooking. FUTURE PLANS: Taking care of a husband. Seniors THOMAS MITCHELL McNISH “Nish” MOTTO: “Figures don’t lie but liars will figure.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; Served at Junior- Senior Banquet 2; Field Day 2,3; Beta Club 3; Junior Marshal 3; Photography Club 1; Decora¬ tion Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Hunting, leatherwork, and girls. FUTURE PLANS: Engineering College. JOHN RICHARD McWILLIAMS “Rich Mack” MOTTO: “Not finished; just begun. " ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 1,2, 3; Explorer Scouts 3; Football 4. HOBBY: Driving, hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: College. PEGGY JEAN MOORE “Tiger” MOTTO: “The great thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are heading.” ACTIVITIES: Art Club 1,2; Library Club 3; F.H.A. 4; Dramatics Club 2,3; Photography Club 2. HOBBY: Courting, driving, and walking. FUTURE PLANS: Marriage. Page Twenty-Six CHLOE JUANITA MOORE “Nick” MOTTO: “A stranger to me is a friend I haven’t met.” ACTIVITIES: Science Club 3; F.H.A. 3. HOBBY: Collecting records. FUTURE PLANS: F.B.I. Work. EVELYN MAXINE MORGAN “Bill” MOTTO: “Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow you may die.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3; Wildlife Club 3; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Playing the piano, talking, and driving. FUTURE PLANS: Work. PATSY ARILENE NEAL “Pat” MOTTO: “Not finished; just begun.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; Dramatics Club 1,2; Chorus 2,3,4; Library Club 3; F.H.A. 1,2, Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY ' : Acrobatics, rock and roll records, and driving. FUTURE PLANS: College and third finger, left hand. Class of ’59 CHARLES EARL PEEK “Charlie” MOTTO: “All or nothing.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1. HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Work. IMOGENE PEAK “Gene” MOTTO: “Step by step.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 2, 3; F.H.A. 4; Junior Marshal 3; F.B.L.A. 4. HOBBY: Good music. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. BERNICE PHILLIPS ttrri 9 Tarzan MOTTO: “Au coeur vaillant rien impossible.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus 2,3; Dra¬ matics Club 3,4; Band 2; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Art Club 2. HOBBY: Cooking, sewing, boys, and writing letters. FUTURE PLANS: Nurses’ training. Page Twenty-Seven ROBERT ERVIN POINDEXTER “Pondtj” MOTTO: “Vive la femme” (Long live the women!) ACTIVITIES: Football 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; Baseball 4; Boys’ State 3; Explorer Scouts 3; Photography Club 2; Dramatics Club 3,4, Presi¬ dent 4; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.T.A. 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Football, baseball, reading, and girls. FUTURE PLANS: History teacher and football coach. JOE HENRY RABY “Captain” MOTTO: “Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1. HOBBY: Hunting and eating. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. EDYTHE REBECCA REEVES “Rebo” MOTTO: “Everything comes to him who hustles while he waits ’ ACTIVITIES: Photography Club 1; Chorus 2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Beta Club 3,4; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Dramatics Club 3; Junior Marshal 3; Student Council 4. HOBBY: Ridin’, relaxin’, and reminiscin’, and music. FUTURE PLANS: College. Seniors MARGIE LUCILLE REID MOTTO: “Be resolved and the thing is done.’’ ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 3; Senior Superla¬ tive 4. IIOBBY: Reading and listening to records. FUTURE PLANS: Work. WILLIAM CLAYTON RICHARDSON “T aters” MOTTO: “Work fascinates me; I can sit and watch it for hours.” ACTIVITIES: Basketball 3,4; Football 4; Base¬ ball 4; 4-H Club 2,3,4; Explorer Scouts 2,3; Photography Club 1,2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Sports, reading, and spending money. FUTURE PLANS: College. BETTY JEAN ROGERS “Bet " MOTTO: “To the valiant heart, naught is im¬ possible.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 1; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Chorus 2,3; Band 2; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Library Club 3, Vice- President 3. HOBBY: Writing and receiving letters, skating, and reading. FUTURE PLANS: Blanton’s Business College. Page Twenty-Eight BARBARA JEAN ROPER “Barbara” MOTTO: “Help thy brother’s boat across, and lo, thy own has reached the shore.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 3; Spanish Club 4; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 4; Senior Superla¬ tive 4. HOBBY: Reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. MACK LEE ROPER “Mackerr” MOTTO: “Live and learn; die and forget.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 2,3. HOBBY: Fishing, hunting, riding, and ob¬ serving. FUTURE PLANS: Military service, then col¬ lege. CLAY EDWARD SAMS MOTTO: “Not by brawn, but by braines.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1,2,3; Beta Club 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Fishing, hunting, reading, and cars. FUTURE PLANS: College. Class of ’59 JESSIE JEAN SCOTT “Jeanie” MOTTO: “Live and learn.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1,2; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4, Vice-President 4. HOBBY: Reading, eating, and boys. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. HELEN DOROTHY SETSER “Chick” MOTTO: “The first step is all the difficulty.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics 1,3; Chorus 1,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Driving and playing basketball. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. NANCY JANE SETSER «n » Sac MOTTO: “Ready for everything—except work.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 1,2,3; Chorus 2. HOBBY: Talking and driving. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Page Twenty-Nine EDGAR BURTON SHORE “Bud " MOTTO: ‘ ' Learning to do.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4. HOBBY: Hunting, fishing, and telling lies and jokes. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. NANCY ELIZABETH SILER “Silo " MOTTO: “Direct your feet to the sunny side of the street.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Photography Club 1, President I; Vice-President, Sophomore Class 2; Chorus 2,3,4; Art Club 2, President 2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Entertained at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Student Council 3; Beta Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Junior Marshal 3; Decoration Committee, Junior Senior Banquet 3; Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4; Vice- President, Senior Class 4; Spanish Club 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Playing the piano and keeping a scrapbook. FUTURE PLANS: College. VERA JEANETTE SMITH “Smithy-O” MOTTO: “Take what you have and make the most of it.” ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 2. HOBBY: Reading, listening to the radio, and loafing. FUTURE PLANS: Work. Seniors RUTHERFORD HAYES SNYDER, JR. “ Ilazie " MOTTO: “Go slow, and don’t get confused.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Explorer Scouts 1,2,3; Dramatics Club 3. HOBBY: Fishing, hunting, and sports. FUTURE PLANS: College. RAYMOND WOODROW SOUTHARD “Ramon” MOTTO: “It is better to say nothing and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1; Library Club 3,4, President 3; State Library Convention 3; Western District Library Convention 3,4; Western District Library Association Treasurer 3; Dramatics Club 4; Mountain Echo Staff 4; Editors’ Roundtable 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Driving and reading. FUTURE PLANS: College. WILLARD ROGER SOUTHARD “Frog " MOTTO: “Do unto others before they do unto you.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1. HOBBY: Driving. FUTURE PLANS: Navy. Page Thirty HARRY CLAYTON STOUDEMIRE, JR. “h. cr MOTTO: “Have fun while you are young.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. REVONDA ANN SUTTON MOTTO: “Not merely to exist but to amount to something in life.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Photography Club 1; Mountain Echo Staff 2; Editor’s Roundtable 2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; F.T.A. 2, 3,4. Librarian 3, Treasurer 4; Entertainment and Decoration Committees, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Beta Club 3,4; Spanish Club 4. HOBBY: Driving, reading, and playing the piano. FUTURE PLANS: College. BARBARA HESTER TALLENT “Babs” MOTTO: “Live, love, laugh, and be happy.” HOBBY: Reading, music, and letter writing. FUTURE PLANS: “I do.” Class of ’59 BRENDA LEE TALLENT “Red” MOTTO: “It can be done.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 4. HOBBY: Loafing and listening to the radio. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. RUTH ALASKA TALLENT “Ruthie” MOTTO: “Do not say go, but go thyself.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Reading, cooking, and having fun. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. SARA LOUISE TALLENT “Penny” MOTTO: “What is life without love?” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 3; Chorus 1. HOBBY: Reading, listening to the radio, cooking, and loafing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Page Thirty-One LINDA SUE TATE “Susie-Q” MOTTO: “You can’t win for losing.” ACTIVITIES: Glee Club 1; F.H.A. 2; Junior Speaking Club 1; Senior Speaking Club 3; Winner S.D.S. Contest; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Tennis, swimming, cooking, and eating. FUTURE PLANS: College. CAROLYN JOYCE TIPPETT “Tip " MOTTO: “Who knows most, forgives most.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1; Wildlife Club 1. HOBBY: Reading, dating, and music. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary and housewife. THELMA LEE TIPPETT “ Bob-a-lee” MOTTO: " Not merely to exist, but to amount to something in life.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 2; Science and Wildlife Club 3; Invitation Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. HOBBY: Sewing, reading, dating, and music. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing and housewife. Seniors CARNETTA BELL VANHOOK “Bell” MOTTO: “Ardua vinco.” (I overcome difficul¬ ties.) ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 1,3; Basketball 2; Invitation Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Chorus 4. HOBBY: Driving and collecting snapshots. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary SARAH ELIZABETH VANHOOK “Hook” MOTTO: “Live and learn them; die and for¬ get them all.” ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 1; Chorus 2; F.H.A. 2, 3; Band 2. HOBBY: Making believe and seeing movies. FUTURE PLANS: Work for F.B.I. BARBARA ANN WALDROOP Sissy MOTTO: “Conduct and courage lead to honor.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 1; Chorus 2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Field Day 2; Editors’ Roundtable 3; Mountain Echo Staff 3; Junior Marshal 3; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.H.A. 4; Basketball Manager 4; F.B.L.A. 4, Reporter 4. HOBBY: Reading and playing the piano. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Page Thirty-Two RONDAL STEPHEN WALDROOP “Steve” MOTTO: “Always look on the bright side.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 3. HOBBY: Hunting and fishing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. CHARLES RICHARD WALLACE “Dick” MOTTO: “It is better to be poor and healthy than rich and sick.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Decoration Committee, Jurrior-Senior Banquet 3; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY ' : Hunting and sleeping. FUTURE PLANS: College. PATRICIA JOANN WARD “Pat” MOTTO: “Not finished; just begun.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Library Club 3, Secretary 3; Dramatics Club 1; Decora¬ tion Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.H.A. 1,2,4. HOBBY: Skating, dancing, and getting letters. FUTURE PLANS: W.C.C. Class of 59 DIXIE NELL WELCH “Dixie” WILLIAM ROBERT WILLIAMSON “Billy” EDITH ANITA WOODY “Nita” MOTTO: “Keep ourselves loyal to truth.” HOBBY: Reading and listening to the radio. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. MOTTO: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Senior Superla¬ tive 4. HOBBY: Singing. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. MOTTO: “Dark clouds gather, but somewhere the stars are shining; so shine with them.” ACTIVITIES: Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4. HOBBY ' : Sewing and cooking. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing. Page Thirty-Three JUDITH ANNE WURST “Judy” MOTTO: ‘‘A merry heart doeth good like medicine.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Vice-President, Freshman Class 1; Photography Club 1; Mountain Echo Staff 2,3; Editors Roundtable 2,3,4; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Student Council 2; F.T.A. Club 2,3,4, Historian 3, Secretary 4; Beta Club 3,4; Invitation and Entertainment Committees, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Spanish Club 4; Laurel Leaf Staff, Freshman Editor 4; Senior Superlative 4. HOBBY: Driving, eating, playing the piano, and acting silly. FUTURE PLANS: College. PEGGY JOYCE YONCE “Peg” MOTTO: “Prove all things, hold fast to that which is good. ’ ACTIVITIES: Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2; Dramatics Club 2; 4-H Club 2,4. HOBBY: Dating, music, skating, and going to ball games. FUTURE PLANS: College. Seniors Page Thirty-Four JUNIORS - , • s , Walking, hut auattiefi qea i JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Juanita Welch, Treasurer; Douglas Pearson, President; Douglas Slagle, Vice- President: Anne Bell, Secretary. Page Thirty-Six Class of ’60 I ELIZABETH ANN AMMONS MARY FRANCES AMMONS LUANNE ANDERSON MARGIE ANDERSON EARL ANGEL RALPH ANGEL PAULINE ASHE EUNICE BARNES ANN BELL JUDY BLAINE LINDA BONE ALICE BRADLEY DAVID BRADLEY RONALD BRADLEY ROSEMARY BRYANT FRED BULGIN HOWARD BURCH CLARA CABE DON CABE FRANK CABE ROSA LEE CABE DANNY CAGLE CARY CALLOWAY ANNIE MAE CHASTAIN Page Thirty-Seven Juniors IRENE CLOER I.IN’DA COCHRAN JOYCE COLE DOUGLAS CRISP HAROLD CRISP TOMMY CRUMPTON BARBARA JEAN CUNNINGHAM BRENDA CUNNINGHAM JO ANN CURTIS MARGARET DAVIS ANN DEAN SHARON DILLS GENE DOOLEY GEORGE DOWDLE JAMES DRYMAN BARBARA DUNCAN GUY DUVALL DICKIE EARLY JOYCE ELDERS NARDA ESTES RONNIE EVANS GAIL FERNANDEZ JACKIE FINNEY EDDIE FOUTS Page Thirty-Eight Class of 60 guy FOUTS JANE FRANKLIN MAX CLADVVELL SHIRLEY GREEN BETTY GREGORY CAROLE GREGORY PAULINE GUFF IE EVA GUITIERREZ CLAUDE GUYER ANDREW HALL CARLA HALL DONALD HALL ARTHUR HAYS GLORIA JEAN HEDDEN JIMMY HEDDEN POLLY HEDDEN MARY JO HENDERSON MELBA HENDERSON STELLA HENRY ( ll Mil l’s HENS i RONNIE HENSON l INDA HIGDON CAROLYN HOLBROOKS HATTIE LOU HOLDEN ;c Thirtij-S ' ii Juniors FREDA HOLLAND LEO HOLLAND GLENDA HOLT MABLE HOPPER SHIRLEY HOUSTON WANDA HUGGINS SUE HUGHES ANN HUSCUSSON KATHRYN JONES ALLIE JUSTICE HARLEY KEENER VIANNE KEENER JESSE LEATHERWOOD SHIRLEY LENOIR EDDIE LONG JANE LONG KENNETH R. MASHBURN MATTIE MASON MARTHA McCALL MARY ANN McCALL jo ann McClure LUCILLE McCLURE FRED McCOY THELMA McGAHA Page Forty Class of ’60 WANDA McINTYRE LUCY MEADOWS PAULINE MORGAN LINDA NEAL GENEVIEVE NICHOLS JIMMY NOLEN LOIS NORTON SANDRA OWENS JERRY PATTON DOUGLAS PEARSON DOUGLAS PEEK ANN PENNINGTON LOUISE PENNINGTON JUDY CAROL PRICE JANICE PRUITT HELEN RABY BETTY JEAN RAMEY JOYCE RAMEY VICTORIA RAY MARY SUE REYNOLDS CAROLYN RH ODES CARMEN ROBERSON TOMMY ROTEN EARL RUSSELL Vage Forty-One BARBARA SEAGLE MAGDALENE SEAGLE EDITH SHEFFIELD RALPH SHEPHERD RAY SHEPHERD LEROY SHULER DOUGLAS SLAGLE CARROLL SMITH MARGARET SMITH DAVID SOLESBEE JEAN SPRINKLE JOHNNY STAMEY STEVE STILES RACHEL STOCKTON NORA STUART SHELIA TALLENT PENNY TAYLOR HAROLD THOMPSON CLINTON TILSON DOUGLAS VINSON ROBERT WALLACE OTIS WATTS JUANITA WELCH THOMAS WELCH MARILYN WILLIAMS HILDRED WILSON IONA WOOD AGNES WOOTEN BILLY WOOTEN DOUGLAS YOUNG Page Forty-Two mem : . . . £tepypmcj, lw -4kcd p idt SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Bight: Clarence Seay, President; Linda Morrow, Secretary-Treasurer; and Nancy Whittington, Vice-President. Page Forty-Four i a i cpme . . . ci ass of 61 VIRGINIA ALLEN SALLY ANDERSON PATRICIA ASHE TOMMY ASHE DOUGLAS BAIRD JUNE BALDWIN BARBARA BARRETT JAMES BATEMAN SARAH BATEMAN OLA BELLE BATES DOROTHY BELL CARROLL BLAINE JOANN BLAINE MARTHA BLAINE ALGIE BOLICK JANICE BOWMAN VIRGINIA BOYD PERRY BRABSON LINDA BRENDLE ESTELL BRITTON DENNIS BROOKSHIRE JERRY BROWN MAC BRYANT TURNER BRYSON BERTHA BUMGARNER STEVE BUNDY CLARENCE BURCH DONETTE BURNETTE ERVIN BURRELL WAYNE BURRELL EDWIN CABE HARRY CABE JACK CABE JAMES CABE MARY LOU CABE RALPH CABE STEVE CABE THOMAS CABE WADE CABE JANE CAGLE Sophomores |ESSIE CARPENTER MARVIN CARPENTER CALVIN CHASTAIN DAVID CHILDERS JIMMY CLARK HAROLD CLARK TEDDY CLARK WANDA CLARK DONALD CLAY NANCY COCHRAN DEAN CONNER RAY CONNER DOYLE COOK MARTHA COOK NINA COOK BOBBY CORBIN PATSY CORBIN TEX CORBIN JAMES CORNE BILLY CRAWFORD CARY CRAWFORD LOWELL CRAWFORD TOMMY CRUNKLETON PATSY CUNNINGHAM JUDY CURTIS RUTH DEHART EVELYN DILLS GEORGE DILLS PEGGY DILLS JERRY DOOLEY LOUISE DOWDLE DWAIN DOWNS LOWELL DOWNS BILL EDMONDS VANCE ELKINS EARL ELLIOTT J. E. EMORY TOMMY EVANS CALVIN EVITT MARGARET EVITT Class of ’61 ANN FAGG EUNA RAY FARMER JUNE FERGUSON KATHERINE FOUTS RAY FOX JIM FRANKLIN BOBBY GERWIG WILLARD GIBSON JERRY GREEN REBECCA GREEN RHUBENA GREGORY ERWIN GRIBBLE MARION GUYER EUGENE HAIRE WAYNE HAIRE KENNETH HALL RICHARD FIEDDEN CON HENDERSON NANCY HENRY EMMA JEAN HOGAN RONALD HOGAN JACKIE HOLDEN KENNETH HOLDEN BRYANT HOLLAND CARLENE HOLLAND GLORIA JEAN HOLLAND OTELA HOLLAND SHIRLEY HOLLAND VAN HOLLAND LUCILLE HOPKINS BETTY SUE HOPPER WANDA HOUSTON TOMMY HUNT BILL HURST BILL HYDE JACKIE SUE JOHNSON JUANITA JOHNSON FRANKIE LEE JONES WAYNE JUSTICE GLENN KEENER Sophomores FAYE KIMSEY TOMMY KISER ALONZO KNIGHT DOUGLAS LEDFORD LEWIS LEDFORD ELMYRA LEDFORD LINDA LEDFORD HILDA LEOPARD CHARLES LONG JANE MALLONEE JAMES MANN GAYLA MASHBURN RONNIE MASON SUE MATTHEWS BOB McCALL CURTIS McCALL JACK McCALL SALLY McCLURE TOMMY McCOLLUM mary june McConnell ANN McCOY GAYLE McCOY MARY McCOY PAULETTE McCOY DOYLE McCRACKEN paul McDonald JERELDINE McDOWELL SHIRLEY McGAHA CAROLYN MILLER LINDA MILLER HILDA CAY MINCEY BRUCE MOORE LINDA MOORE LOIS MOORE BOBBY MORGAN DOROTHY MORGAN JOE MORGAN LINDA MORROW BILL NORRIS BRUCE NORRIS Class of ’61 SUSIE PASSMORE ANNA PATTILLO MARGIE PEEK LANDY PENDERGRASS IIOYT POTTS BEATRICE PRUETT ELIZABETH PRUETT JOAN PRUETT MAXINE PRUETT LUANNE QUEEN PAULINE QUEEN BETTY RABY BOBBY RABY TROY RABY IDA MAE RAMEY PATRICIA RAY TOMMY REECE LINDA RICKMAN JEANETTE ROGERS SUE ROGERS BERT ROPER DEARRELL SANDERS JEAN SANDERS CLARENCE SEAY DOUGLAS SEAY WAYNE SHEFEIELD RUTH SHEPHERD LUCILLE SHIELDS LINDA SHOPE PATRICIA SHOPE THELMA SHOPE JIMMY SHUFORD EMMA SILER FRANCES SIMONDS DAVID SIMPSON CHARLES SLAGLE BLANCHE SMITH BOBBIE SMITH JUANITA SMITH MARGARET SNYDER Sophomores JACK SORRELLS LINDA SOUTHARD KATIE STANFIELD PRUDENCE STILES DOROTHY STOCKTON JIMMY SUTTON MARGARET SWAN BARBARA TALLENT BRENDA TALLENT CAROL TALLENT EUGENE TALLENT GRACE TALLENT JOHNNY TALLENT JUDITH TALLENT LINDA TALLENT LOLETA TALLENT DOUGLAS TEAGUE JANICE THOMPSON FLORENCE TROUGHTON LOIS VANHOOK DALLAS VINSON LAURA JEAN WALDROOP MARY JO WALDROOP DONNIE WALLACE CONDA WARD CAROLE WATKINS BEULAH WATSON DERALD WATTS PATSY WATTS JUNE WELLS LINDA WHITAKER GENEVIEVE WHITMIRE NANCY WHITTINGTON ALLENE WILLIAMSON J. B. WOODY SUE WOOTEN GEORGE WYATT LINDA YORK BETTY YOUNG DOYLE YOUNG » i v ' -v •- i v - i if% .W s ,4. rv (sw ,i ' . is. $ ,r ► $ j r- %-J- r;, Qiq, jjeei hnam little jjeel FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Betty Cloer, Vice-President; Sammy Tallent, Secretary-Treasurer; and Sara Bryson, President. Page Fifty-Two da cyiaw- . . . Class of ’62 EDDIE ADAMS JIMMY ANDERSON DON ANGEL LINDA ANGEL MARTHA ANGEL NANNIE BELL ANGEL SAMMIE ANGEL CARROLL ARNOLD WANDA BAILEY WAYNE BALLEW CAROLYN BATES EUGENE BATES NELSON BATES BOBBY BELL NANCY BERRY TED BINGHAM BILLY BISHOP ANNE BLAINE ANDY BRADLEY E. J. BRADLEY PHYLLIS SUE BRENDLE MARION BRYSON MORRIS BRYSON SARA LEE BRYSON NANCY BURCH ANN CABE BOBBY CABE GERTRUDE CABE JANICE CABE JIMMY CABE JOHNNY CABE LORETTA CABE LOUISE CABE PAUL CABE ROSEANNE CABE CAROL CALLOWAY FRED CAMPBELL DELMA CARPENTER DUEL CARPENTER MATTIE KAY CARPENTER Freshmen OLIVIA CARPENTER CHARLENE CHASTAIN TOM CHASTAIN RAY CHEEK PRESTON CLARK BETTY CLOER EVELYN COGGINS JOHNNIE COLLINS ALICE COOK JOHN CRAWFORD SAM CRAWFORD HERBERT CRISP DENNIS CRUNKLETON RAYMOND CRUNKLETON HERSHEL CUNNINGHAM ROBERT DAVES MORRIS DAVIS JOHNNY DcBARRY BEULAH DEHART EULAH DEHART OMA LEE DEHART SHIRLEY ANN DEHART LONA RAE DENTON PEGGY DIETZ BILLY DILLS JANICE DILLS BOBBY DINNES NANCY DOWDLE SUE DOWNS RAY DRINNON VIRGIL DRYMAN STEVE EARLEY CAROLYN ESTES JUDY EVANS CAROL DENE EVITT HAZEL FLOWERS JEWEL FOX LARRY FRANKLIN SAMMY FRANKLIN PATSY FULCHER Class of ’62 LEE GARNER CARSON GIBSON J. H. GIBSON PATSY GIBSON DICKIE GIBSON RUTH GIBSON DORIS GILES LINDA GILLESPIE VIRGINIA GLADWELL BEULAH GRAHAM ALEX GRANT MARY JO GREENE BETTY JEAN GUEST CARROLL GUEST TOMMY GUEST IRVIN HALL BOBBY HAWKS ANN HEAFNER STEVE HEAFNER CAROL IIEDDEN HARRY HENRY PATRICK HENRY WARREN HENRY RACHEL HIGDON RONNIE HIGDON DORIS HODGIN ARVIL HOLLAND BOBBY HOLLAND JANET HOLLAND LEE HOLLAND MARTHA HOLLAND DONNA HOUSTON SHIRLEY ANN HOUSTON NANCY HOWARD TOBY HUGHES EDDIE HUNTER FREDA HURST J. C. HURST JEANNE JACOBS KENNETH JONES Freshmen ALBERT JUSTICE BLANCHE JUSTICE DEAN JUSTICE JANICE KELL RAY KIRKLAND DEAN LEDFORD CLENDA LEDFORD SUE LEDFORD SYLVIA LEDFORD WILBUR LEDFORD DARRELL LEE JACKIE MANN JESSIE MARIE MASHBURN RONNIE MASHBURN W AYNE MASHBURN ANNA JEAN MASON DORIS MASON DOUGLAS MASON EDDIE MASON CLYDE McCALL DOUGLAS McCALL LINDA McCLURE RICHARD McCLURE Beatrice McConnell doris ann McConnell KENNETH McCONNELL BOBBY McCOY CLAUDETTA McCOY JO ANN McCOY RANDAL McDOWELL JUDY McFALLS BARBARA MEDLIN CARROLL MOORE DONNIE MOORE HAROLD MOORE MAX MORGAN PATSY MOSES CAROLYN MYERS JOHN MYERS PAT NEWMAN Class of ’62 EUGENE NORTON PATS NORTON CARROLL PATTON MAR PENLAND GARY PHILLIPS EUGENE PITTS BILL PLYLER DAVID RABY LINDA RABY BETTY RAY KAREN RA WALTER REID SHIRLEY REYNOLDS ANN ROANE GILMER ROPER HILLY RO ' l ' EN EUGENE RUSSELL GERALD SANDERS HILDA SANDERS JUANITA SANDERS LINDA SANDERS MURRELL SANDERS ALVIN SAWYERS JOYCE SCOTT W AYNE SEABOCK ALICE SEAGLE KENNETH SHEPHERD LOUISE SHIELDS BRENDA SHOOK CARO! N SHOOK JIMMY SHORE ETHEL SORRELLS BRENT SOUTHARD STANLEY SOUTHARD DEAN SPRINKLE IIII DA SPRINKLE MILDRED S I EPHENS EARL STINSON J1MM SUTTON BEN NT SWAFFORD Freshmen EUGENE SWAFFORD GENE SWAFFORD MARY JO SWAFFORD RRUCE TALLENT DAVID TALLENT EVELYN TALLENT HELEN TALLENT MILDRED TALLENT NANCY TALLENT SAMMY TALLENT ROGER TALLEY JOHNNY TAYLOR WILFORD TAYLOR JOAN THOMAS EDDIE TIPPETT DENNIS VINSON ROBERT VINSON ALDA WALDROOP RONNIE WALDROOP WADE WALDROOP BILL WALKER GEORGE WALLACE EVA NELL WELCH LYN WEST DORIS WIGGINS FRED WILLIAMS JIMMY WILLIAMS BETTY WILLIAMSON MACK WTLSON MILDRED WILSON ODESSA WOOD JOE WOODARD PAUL YONCE HOMER YOUNCE Page Fifty-Eight ATHLETICS Pfomcmcj, PcmtkenA pAomclM LARRY BROOKS Halfback DON LEDFORD Co-Captain T ackle HAROLD ELLIOTT Halfback TOMMY ROTEN Halfback CLAYTON RICHARDSON Halfback TEDDY CLARK Halfback JACK HYDE Quarterback BOBBY CORBIN Fullback JIM FRANKLIN Quarterback JIMMY WILLIAMS BOBBY POINDEXTER Halfback Football RALPH ANGEL Center Quarterback Page Sixty ' Mt-time tk ulU JOHN KILLIAN Co-Captain Tackle DOUGLAS SLAGLE Guard CLARENCE SEAY Halfback ROBERT WALLACE Guard TOMMY HUNT Guard DOUGLAS PEARSON End FRED BULGIN ' End EARL ANGEL Tackle DOUGLAS YOUNG Guard RONNIE HIGDON End DANNY CAGLE j Guard l ' OMMY ADAMS Guard DONALD CLAY T ackle Football Team First Row, Left to Right: Fred Bulgin, Danny Cagle, Don Ledford, Ronald Harper, John Killian, Douglas Pearson, Douglas Baird, Ronnie Higdon, Robert Wallace, and Jack Hyde. Second Row: Douglas Young, Clayton Richardson, Hayes Snyder-, ' Harold Elliott, Jim Franklin, Douglas Seay, Tommy Adams, Tommy Hunt, Ronnie Evans, Donald Clay, and Larry Brooks. Third Row: Earl Angel, Butch Angel, Bobby Poindexter, Clarence Seay, Bobby Corbin, Tommy Roten, Tommy Kaiser, Roy Gregory, and Jimmy Williams. FOOTBALL COACHES 1958 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Franklin 7 Franklin 13 Franklin 26 Franklin 0 Franklin 0 Franklin 19 Franklin 27 Franklin 14 Andrews Clayton Cherokee Hayesville Sylva Robbinsville Swain Murphy Mr. Richard Stott and Mr. C. K. Olson. FOOTBALL MANAGERS Paul McDonald, David Simpson, Charles Slagle, and Hoyt Potts. 1 36 19 32 34 (MffiOffi “Now, sec here, men! “Off to the races!” “Butterfingers! " First Row, Left to Right: Kenneth Holden, Billy Crawford, Gary Crawford, Kenneth Hall, Johnny Taylor, Bill Hyde, and Mac Bryant. Second Roiv: Ronnie Mason, Bob Dinnes, Sammy Tallent, Larry Franklin, Harold Thompson, and Jim Shuford. Third Row: Guy Fouts, Bill Plyler, Douglas Teague, and Albert Justice. Jr. Varsity Football Team Page Sixty-Three • • • Cheerleaders fyeet-and handi-Mne jjani. First Row, Left to Right: Gloria Jean Hedden, Frances Alexander, Head Cheerleader; and Anne Hall. Second Row: Sara Bryson, Elmyra Ledford, and Polly Hedden. Third Row: Geneva Ledbetter, Jean Burrell, Virginia Boyd, and Nora Stuart. Page Sixty-Four l i+td PcudkeAA ... . Jr. Varsity Cheerleaders lA-ft to Right: Carol Ann Hedden, Linda Raby, Jane Cagle, Brenda Cunningham, Lona Bar Denton. Carolyn Mvers. Betty Cloer, and Janice Cabc. Page Suty-hu Forward JOYCE CAB Co-Captain Guard MALLONEE Guard GENEVIEVE WHITMIRE Guard JANICE BOWMAN Guard i BARBARA WALDROOF Manager £neaJze ii naoe thm MARY LOU CABE Forward BETTY CLOER Forward DOROTHY STOCKTON Forward JEWEL FOX Page SHIRLEY LENOIR - v . Forward BOYS ' AND GIRLS’S® BASKETBALL SCHEDULE DECEMBER Rabun Gap Andrews . Murphy BARBARA CARPENTER Forward HELEN SETSER Guard CLAUDETTE LEATHERMAN Co-Captain Forward MARY SUE REY Guard ' 7 MRS. ROSE CORBIN Coach JOYCE COLE Guard EDITH SHEFFIELD Guard Page Sixty-Sever vr». DOUGLAS PEARSON Center HAROLD HENRY Forward DOUGLAS BAIRD Forward DON LEDFORD Co-Captain Forward DAVID SIMPSON Manager JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM Row One: Billy Crawford, Toby Hughes, Wade Waldroop, Jimmy Cabe, and Wayne Justice. Row Two: Tommy Kiser, Bobby Dinnes, Ronnie Higdon, Tex Corbin, and Jimmy Williams. BOBBY CORBIN Forward KENNETH HALL Guard CLAYTON RICHARDSON Guard JIM FRANKLIN Guard CUV DUVALL Forward HAROLD ELLIOTT Co-Captain Guard VARSITY TEAM First Row, Left to Right: Larry Brooks, Tommy Roten, Kenneth Hall, Coach C. K. Olson, Jim Franklin, Co-Captain Harold Elliott, and Clayton Richardson. Second Row: Wade Cabe, Harold Henry, Co-Captain Don Ledford, Douglas Pearson, Bobbv Corbin. Douglas Baird, Cuy Duvall, and Jimmy Nolen. JIMMY NOLEN . j Sin kl 1 [A j Ifi 1 £1 J IV Guard LARRY BROOKS Guard l WADE CABE Guard TOMMY ROTEN Guard Vage Sixty-Nine i hSaS Hpssi Ellssa ISafej- KATRINA ELMORE Editor-in-Chief JEAN FRANKLIN Senior Editor ALICE BRADLEY, Sophomore Editor and DOUGLAS PEARSON, S ports Editor BUTCH ANGEL, Assistant Circulation Manager and NANCY SILER, Circulation Manager umm FRANCES ALEXANDER Junior Editor . . . WaUemcf,, rualkincj, The Laurel Page Seventy-Two r j| ! T id tmne walkina . . . Leaf Staff ARTHUR HAYS Activities and Features Editor BARBARA DUNCAN Copy Editor MRS. ANNE P. BIDDLE Sponsor J MmH JUDY WURST Freshman Editor JEAN BURRELL, Advertising Manager and DOUGLAS SLAGLE, Assistant Advertising Manager Page Seventy-Three IcHwid and nound the table- me ihp- . The Mountain Echo Staff JANE LONG, Editor, and MISS DARLENE COLLINS, Sponsor JACKIE CLARK, Managing Editor, and ANNE HALL, MARGARET DAVIS, Feature Editor, and RAYMOND Assistant Editor. SOUTHARD, S ports Editor. BARBARA CUNNINGHAM, Art Editor, and BILL NARDA ESTES, SHARON DILLS, and GENEVIEVE W ILLIAMSON, Circulation Manager. NICHOLS , Reporters. Page Seventy-Four The National Beta Club is a non- secret achievement-service organiza¬ tion for high school students. Its purpose is to stimulate effort, reward achievement, and to assist its mem¬ bers in continuing their education after high school. CLAUDETTE LEATHERMAN President NANCY SILER Vice-President dkePi oath H ii iakfUL and iune . Beta Club MRS. MILDRED MARTIN Sponsor FRANCES ALEXANDER KATE BUCHANAN ANITA CABE SHIRLEY CABE BARBARA CARPENTER JACKIE CLARK JOANN GIBSON INEZ HEDDEN REBECCA REEVES BARBARA ROPER CLAY SAMS JEAN SCOTT ANN SUTTON ANITA WOODY Page Seventy-Five . . . fyeet that lead (Ud l Tchad to date hxmyiA- . . . Future Farmers of America Franklin High School Chapter First Row, Left to Right: Dickie Gibson, Tommy Crumpton, Riley Henry, Duel Carpenter, E. J. Bradley, Steve Early, Steve Stiles, Wayne Burrell, James Cabe, Bobby Bell, Robert Daves, arid David Tallent. Second Row: Wayne Ballew, Lavaughn Stiwinter, Rodger Talley, Fred McCoy, Tex Corbin, Charles Higdon, Jerry Gibson, Douglas Teague, H. C. Stoudemire, Bob McCall, Roy Gregory, David Cabe, Sam Crawford, Troy Raby, Harry Cabe, Tommy Ashe, Joe Morgan, Lowell Crawford, Carroll Guest, Wayne Bryant, Douglas Mason, Carroll Patton, and Ray Fox. Third Row: Ted Bingham, Bud Shope, Eston Cook, Jerry Brown, John Killian, Billy fledden, Don Cabe, Johnny Taylor, Sherman Belford, Wayne Justice, Ray Conner, Doyle Cook, Bruce Norris, Van Holland, Ray Shepherd, Douglas Peek, Andrew Hall, Calvin Chastain, Bryant Holland, Kenneth McConnell, Billy Crawford, Jerry Dooley, Albert Ju stice, Warren Henry, Harry Henry, Jimmy Nolen, and Dean Conner. OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right: Riley Henry, Reporter; Tex Corbin, Treasurer; and Roy Gregory, Sentinel. Second Row: Mr. Wayne Proffitt, Sponsor; John Killian, President; Ronald Harper, Vice-President, and Bud Shope, Secretary. Page Seventy-Six 1958 FAT STOCK SHOW s $£ ' ‘| PL , »». , t 31 kJL i M g» E ’ Jk ' iny B r-rr Ml. j ’, J±: ysBK£ " If bT . - ■ Franklin’s Winning Parliamentary Procedure Team. Annual Father-Son Barbecue. Page Seventy-Seven . . . c 1 he ail qinli Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right: Sarah Jean Mallonee, Secretary- Treasurer; and Anita Cabe, President. Second Row: Mrs. Carolyn Cogan, Sponsor; Linda Come, Reporter; and Shelba Jean Johnson, Vice-President. First Row, Left to Right: Betty Hawks, Linda Raby, Johnnie Collins, Carol Ann Hedden, Ann Heafner, Loretta Cabe, Beulah Dehart, and Peggy Jean Moore. Second Row: Freda Hurst, Brenda Tallent, Wanda Sue McIntyre, Eulah Dehart, Judy McFalls, Sally Bateman, Patsy Norton, Janice Dills, Patsy Moses, Rosanne Cabe, Linda Come, Imogene Peek, and Vicky Ray. Third Row: Lucille Shields, Deanne Ledford, Sue Rogers, Kate Buchanan, Shirley Cabe, Juanita Moore, Mrs. Carolyn Cogan, Juanita Welch, Sara Jean Mallonee, Shelba Jean Johnson, and Anita Cabe. Among the purposes of the Future Homemakers of America is to promote international Page Seventy-Eight good will and to provide wholesome individual and group recreation. The F.H.A.’s “Rainbow Round the World” booth at the County Fair won a Blue Ribbon. . . . QliMen jjeet j f LadU iA . . . Student Council OFFICERS Left to Right: John Killian, President; Gloria Jean Hedden, Secretary-Treasurer; and Douglas Pearson, Vice-President. Standing, Left to Right: John Killian and Douglas Pearson. Seated: Arthur Hays, Sara Bryson, Jane Cagle, Douglas Slagle, Elmyra Ledford, Bill Hyde, Lois Vanhook, Clarence Seay, Leota Beck, Douglas Baird, Rebecca Reeves, Joyce Cole, Jewel Fox, Roseanne Cabe, Gloria Jean Hedden, and Shirley Houston. Homecoming activities are sponsored by the Student Council. The Student Councils Hula Hoop Contest: . . . Walking the cjl uf, noad . . . Monogram Club OFFICERS Left to Right: Frances Alexander, Secretary-Treasurer; Don Ledford, President; and Helen Setser, Vice-President. The membership of the Monogram Club is made up exclusively of the students who have earned letters by participating in some part of the athletic program or acting as a cheer¬ leader. The club sponsors different activities during the school year, such as a Faculty- Student Basketball game, to earn money for their various activities. First Row, Left to Right: Claudette Leatherman, Robert Wallace, Douglas Pearson, Jack Hyde, Bobby Poindexter, and John Killian. Second Row: Danny Cagle, Roy Gregory, Larry Brooks, Mary Lou Cabe, Mary Sue Reynolds, and Dorothy Stockton. Third Row: Ronald Harper, Nora Stuart, Anne Hall, Mrs. Rose Corbin, and Mr. Richard Stott, Co-Sponsors. Fourth Row: Virginia Boyd, Jean Burrell, Frances Alexander, Joyce Cole, Edith Sheffield, and Gloria Jean Hedden. Fifth Row: Butch Angel, Harold Elliott, Jim Franklin, and Tommy Roten. Sixth Row: David Simpson, Teddy Clark, Kenneth Hall, Clarence Seay, Bobby Corbin, and Don Ledford. . . . PaJtdincj, fyuetlif, to dtielf . . . Library Club The Library Chib is predominately a Service Club. Each member can boast of active participation. Through routine duties, programs, and a few specialized social ac¬ tivities, the library assistant has an oppor¬ tunity for development in personality, efficiency, and aesthetic appreciation. The Franklin Club is proud to have won the prize for the best presentation of an original skit at the 1958 District Meeting in Asheville. OFFICERS Left to Right: Steve Bundy, Secretary; Mrs. Mamie Y. Scroggs, Sponsor; Nancy Burch, Vice-President; Kathryn Jones, President; Raymond Southard, Reporter; and Kenneth R. Mashburn, Treasurer. First Row , Left to Right: Mary Jo Henderson, Kathryn Jones, Joyce Elders. Thelma Shope, Patsy Cunningham, and Pauline Ashe. Second Row: Steve Bundy, Bill Walker, Charles Henson, Linda Southard, Louise Pennington, Raymond Southard, Judy Curtis, Conda Ward, Linda Neal, Nancy Burch, Mary Curtis Paulette McCoy, Evelyn Dills, and Mrs. Mamie Scroggs. Third Row: Paul Cabe and Kenneth Mashburn. Page Eighty-One . All patkb pjbint la dtijeMAJrifi . . . 4-H Club OFFICERS Left to Right: Patsy Corbin, Secretary-Treasurer; Patrick Henry, Presi¬ dent; Bill Edmonds, Vice-President; and Mrs. Lois Fulton, Sponsor. The 4-H Club is both a national and international rural youth program. A four-leaf clover with the letter “H” on each leaflet, meaning the development of HEAD, HEART, HANDS, and HEALTH, is the official 4-H Club emblem. The national 4-H Club motto is: “To Make the Best Better,” and the colors are green—nature’s most common color, and is emblematic of springtime, life, and youth—and white, which symbolizes purity and high ideals. b- 4 Vi li .. £ g gaggr-i ( | ' 5 S ' 1 ® HR. W f i 1 ' k ififf : % If ■ lyf % iifi j ' jr First Row, Left to Right: Irene Cloer, Linda Cochran, Jewel Fox, Patsy Corbin, Jane Mallonee, Genevieve Whitmire, Peggy Dills, Linda Whitaker, and Jane Cagle. Second Row: Ann Pennington, Jo Ann Curtis, Carol Watkins, Ida Mae Ramey, Joan Pruitt, Ruth Ann Shepherd, Patsy Watts, and Jo Ann Blaine. Third Row: Brenda Cunningham, Claudette McCoy, Mary Sue Reynolds, Nancy Cochran, Joyce Elders, Martha McCall, Edith Sheffield, Joyce Cole, Bobby Sue Smith, Jean Waldroop, and Virginia Allen. Fourth Row: Mrs. Lois Fulton, Sponsor; Patrick Henry, Carroll Smith, Bill Edmonds, Robert Wallace, Marion Guyer, Charles Henson, Eugene Haire, Douglas Ledford, Marvin Carpenter, and Kenneth Jones. . " Piei " that noom Ui mtqii oUieA cjswdj u i . OFFICERS Left to Right: Max Gladwell, Vice-President; Janice Pruitt, Secretary- Treasurer; and Ronnie Henson, President. The purpose of the Spanish Club is to get to know people and customs of Spanish speaking countries by writing to Pen Pals. The club also subscribes to Spanish newspapers. The club raises money by selling candy and such projects to sup¬ port their other activities. Their aim is to make Spanish meaningful. Spanish Club First Row, Left to Right: Ann Pennington, Nora Stuart, Inez Hedden, Ruth Tallent, Dorothy Rell, and Judy Wurst. Second Row: Barbara Cunningham, Brenda Cunningham, Linda Higdon, Ann Sutton, Allcne Williamson, Lois Norton, Jo Ann Curtis, Nancy Siler, and Miss Shirley Cloer, Sponsor Third Row: Arthur Hays, Barbara Roper, Ronnie Henson, Max Gladwell, George Dowdle, Bill Hyde, Howard Burch, Louise Pennington, Melba Henderson, and Jean Franklin. Page Eighty-Three . . . £cutte paiUi lead hack to- tediool . . . Future Teachers of America OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right: Judy Wurst, Secretary; Anne Hall, President; Barbara Duncan, Vice-President. Second Row: Ann Pennington, Librarian; Anne Dean, Parliamentarian; Ann Sutton, Treasurer; Jean Sprinkle, Historian; and Barbara Jean Cunningham, Song Leader. The purpose of the Future Teachers of America is to interest and guide good students in becoming teachers, to provide an opportunity to work with children, and to create a better understanding of the value of education in American society. The club has presented several plays to various organizations in connection with emphasis on teacher training. First Row, Left to Right: Linda Morrow, Emma Jean Hogan, Anne Hall, Judy Wurst, Jean Sprinkle, Jackie Clark, Barbara Cunningham, and Ann Pennington. Second Row: Frances Alexander, Janice Bowman, Linda Higdon, Emma Siler, Margaret Evitt, Max Gladwell, Arthur Hays, and Sue Matthews. Third Row: Mr. L. C. Howard, Sponsor; Bobby Poindexter, Carol Gregory, Barbara Duncan, Patricia Shope, Mildred Bingham, Ann Sutton, Ann Dean, and Jean Franklin. Page Eighty-Four " walk-on ' ' to cyieat i tUinc i Dramatics Club OFFICERS l-eft to Right: Bobby Poindexter, President; Mrs. Ellen Ledbetter, Spo nsor; and Butch Angel, Vice-President. The Dramatics Club hopes through varied activities to develop students who are poised, self-confident, and expressive. A group of Juniors as a class project will pro¬ duce Thorton Wilder’s Our Town in the spring. Technical and acting workshops will be carried on throughout the year. First Row, Left to Right: Carol Watkins, Carolyn Holland, Louise Hughes, Loretta Henson, and Florence Trouten. Second Row: Joann Blain, Barbara Jean Cunningham, Alice Bradley, Clara Cabe, Virginia Allen, Jane Long, and Ann Pennington. Third Row: Linda Whitaker, Peggy Dills, Jane Cagel. Barbara Duncan, Dorothy Stockton, Judy Blaine, Carmen Robinson, Nancy Cochran, Nora Stuart, Lucy Meadows. Rosemary Bryant, and Ann Bell Fourth 1 1 n Mr. I edbettCi S p onso r; Butch Angel, Mars - laau Crunkelton, Bobby Poindexter Genevieve Whitmire, Doug Pearson, Doug Slagle, Clayton Richardson, Fred Bulgin, Raymond Southard, I-arry Brooks Danny Cagel. Anne Dean, and Bernice Phillips. ¥age Eighty-Five Walk iniide the yellow- Lh L . Safety Club MR. FRANK RAMSEY Sponsor First Row, Left to Right: Duel Carpenter, Howard Burch, Douglas Seay, and Troy Raby. Second Row: Charles Slagle, Hoyt Potts, David Childers, and Bobby Raby. Third Row: Mr. Frank Ramsey, James Mann, Tommy Crunkleton, Jerry Patton, Tommy McCollum, and Guy Fouts. The Safety Club is primarily organized to help to the safety of the school students, and particularly students to become more conscious of safety rules to the grammar school pupils, by helping to direct and laws. The members of the organization contribute traffic before and after school. Walking a temcf Chorus OFFICERS Left to Right: Danny Cagle, Vice-President: and Billy Williamson, President; Mr. Roy M. Biddle, Jr., Sponsor. First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Biddle, Sponsor; Mary Jean McConnell, Patricia Ray, Anna Pattillo, Betty Raby, Linda Bone, Barbara Duncan, Ann McCoy, Judy Blaine, Vianne Keener, Margaret Swan, and Carolyn Myers. Second Row: Linda Moore, Linda Rickman, Kathryn Fouts, Elmyra Ledford, Jane Franklin, Ann Fagg, Sue Matthews, Dorothy Stockton, Lyn West, Carolyn Shook, and Sara Lee Bryson. Third Row: Lucille Hopkins, Rubina Gregory, Wanda Houston, Helen Setser, Roberta McCracken, Carolyn Gregory, Patsy Neal, Linda Neal, Jewel Fox, and Linda Cochran. Fourth Row: Garnetta Vanhook, Rebecca Green, Betty Sue Hopper, Dorothy Morgan, Sharon Dills, Shirley Lenoir, Ann Huscussion, Betty Cloer, Barbara Medlin, Sylvia Ledford, and Betty Williamson. Fifth Row: Rpsalie Cabe, Sue Wooten, Charlene Chastain, Janice Cabe, Jessie Carpenter, Linda Ledford, Ida Mae Ramey, Martha Blaine, Judy Evans, and Betty Ray. Sixth Row: Freda Holland, June Baldwin, Mary Lou Cabe, Allene Williamson, Beulah Watson, Joan Pruitt, Nancy Whittington, Jane Mallonee, Linda Tallent, and June Wells. Seventh Row: Janice Thompson, Beatrice Pruitt, Libby Pruitt, Lucy Meadows, Hildred Wilson, Irene Cloer, Mary Frances Ammons, Penny Sue Taylor, Emma Siler, and Patsy Cunningham. Eighth Row: Virginia Boyd, Betty Young, Juanita Welch, Dwain Downs, Nora Stuart, June Ferguson, Linda York, Juanita Johnson, Jo Ann Curtis, and Linda Southard. Ninth Row: Danny Cagle, Buddy Cloer, Fred Bulgin, Kenneth Jones, Gail Fernandez, Nancy Siler, Anne Dean, Marilyn Williams, Judy Carol Price, Eva Guitierrez, and Billy Williamson; Alice Bradley, Pianist. The goal of the choral group is to help students to appreciate all types of music—from classical to rock and roll. The group performs at many school functions as well as for many organizations in town. . . . HwUf jjeet bound to the jjutune, . . OFFICERS First Row, Left to Right: Kate Almond, Secretary; Linda Come, Treasurer; and Jean Scott, Vice-President. Second Row: Jim Campbell, President; Guy Fouts, Parliamen¬ tarian; and Mrs. Marjorie Crawford, Sponsor. The purpose of the Future Business Leaders of America is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership and to learn more about job opportunities and responsibilities in the business world. F. B. L. A. First Row, Left to Right: Jean Scott, Barbara Carpenter, Della Guffey, Betty Vanhook, Barbara Waldroop, Margaret Early, and Loretta Henson. Second Row: Kate Almond, Kate Buchanan, Imogene Peek, Shirley Cabe, Betty Hawks, Christine Gregory, Carolyn Holland, and Mrs. Marjorie Crawford, Sponsor. Page Eighty-Eight . . WaUuWf ammcj, u one tliMe RAYMOND SOUTHARD and KATRINA ELMORE MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST ALL ROUND CLAUDETTE LEATHERMAN and JOHN KILLIAN Page Ninety we can ' t jjMcfet . BARBARA ROPER and CLAY SAMS ■ ti , a 4, , V J||| MTSWIh. -Hf i V.| ; ;■ 2SS3S3SHHLal«M3nBi l sp v48| ; MOST STUDIOUS MOST ATHLETIC ?■. H K‘ 1 ' ■t 1 ?. H -2 i w • • • I » » • V «» H ■ iAiiA • ' ■ .-,)o jj W v LEOTA BECK and DON LEDFORD Page Ninety-One PRETTIEST and MOST HANDSOME GENEVA LEDBETTER and DICK WALLACE Page Ninety-Two BEST PERSONALITY BILLY WILLIAMSON and FRANCES ALEXANDER CLASS FLIRTS BOBBY POINDEXTER and SANDRA HOLLAND MOST COURTEOUS RUTH TALLENT and FURMAN ANGEL, JR. BEST SPORTS Page Ninety-Four Page Ninety-Five f m - V 1 ; liB TM iX » J ■ ■ • • Mm MOST TALENTED MAXINE MORGAN and BUDDY CLOER MOST POPULAR TOMMY ADAMS and JUDY WURST Page Ninety-Six MOST DIGNIFIED LINDA CORNE and VERLON BURCH CLASS WITS LARRY BROOKS and JACKIE CABE Page Ninety-Seven . . . With, theie jjeet For Outstanding Franklin FRANCES ALEXANDER Head Cheerleader Senior Class Treasurer Laurel Leaf Staff JEAN BURRELL Cheerleader Laurel Leaf Staff SHIRLEY CABE WCC Field Day Beta Club KATRINA ELMORE “Freshman of the Year” Editor-in-Chief, The Laurel Leaf JOHN KILLIAN Class President 4 years Student Body President Co-Captain of Football Team CLAUDETTE LEATHERMAN President, Beta Club Senior Class Secretary to hold uA iteadu . Service to High School DON LEDFORD Co-Captain of Football Team Co-Captain of Basketball Team President, Monogram Club BUD SHOPE Parliamentary Procedure Team- Treasurer, Future Farmers of America NANCY SILER Vice-President, Beta Club Vice-President, Senior Class Laurel Leaf Staff RAYMOND SOUTHARD Treasurer, Western District Library Association Mountain Echo Staff BARBARA WALDROOP Mountain Echo Staff Manager, Basketball Team BILLY WILLIAMSON Mountain Echo Staff President of Chorus . . a ome take Valedictorian and Salutatorian Mr. Harry C. Corbin, Principal, is discussing with Rebecca Reeves, Class Valedictorian, and Barbara Waldroop, Class Salutatorian, their outstanding honors. Senior Honor Students first Row, Left to Right: Ann Sutton, Rebecca Reeves, Jean McCracken, Joan Gibson, Kate Buchanan, Judy Wurst, and Scott, Barbara Waldroop, and Claudette Leathennan. Second Nancy Siler. Third Row: Clay Sams and Tommy McNish. Row: Barbara Carpenter, Barbara Jean Roper, Roberta Sophomore Servers the kkfh wad . . . Junior Marshals First Row, Left to Right: Jane Long, Janice Pruitt, Anne Dean, Row: Joan Curtis, Arthur Hays, Jean Sprinkle, Max Gladwell, Barbara Duncan, Juanita Welch, and Lucy Meadows. Second Lois Norton, Ronnie Henson, and Alice Bradley. — First Row, Left to Right: Patsy Corbin, Linda Morrow, Emma Jean Hogan, Juanita Johnson, Ida Mae Ramey, Allene Williamson Linda Shope, Dwain Downs, and Patricia Shope. Second Row: Nancy Cochran, Janice Bowman, Betty Young, Bill Hyde, Gary Crawford, Wade Cabe, Genevieve Whitmire, Elmyra Ledford, and Dorothy Bell. Sue Matthews, not picture d. i Homecoming Queen MISS FRANCES ALEXANDER . Gnauuli oif jjeet qaiken- jjtM, lumieccunincj, . . . Homecoming Maid of Honor MISS BETTY CLOER Betty Cloer is chosen from the Homecoming Court as Maid-of-Honor. Homecoming Court The Homecoming Beauties are on parade! Principal Harry C. Corbin crowns Frances Alexander as the 1958 Homecoming Queen. Wxi( ■ V C---OT V V Compliments of THE BANK OF FRANKLIN Members of F. D. I. C. Page One Hwidred Six MACON CONSTRUCTION CO., INC America Progresses Through Construction Phone 344 FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA MACON EQUIPMENT CO., INC. WE OWN AND RENT EQUIPMENT THAT WILL MOVE THE EARTH. Phone 658 FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Seven STUDENTS! There’s A Smile On Your ' Dial! WFSC RADIO A. M. 1050 KC’s On Your Dial F. 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ENGLISH Compliments of MACON CASE AND NEW IDEA WILLYS STUDEBAKER FARM MACHINERY SALES AN]) SERVICE Remington Chain Saws Phone 32 Franklin, North Carolina Page One Hundred Seventeen Compliments of MACON BARBER SHOP Compliments of “WE NEED YOUR HEAD IN OUR BUSINESS ” GAS ISLAND Ed Brogdon, Proprietor Compliments of Compliments of FRANKLIN LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Franklin, North Carolina WEST ' S FLORIST “Say it with Flowers” Phone 234-] Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of THE FRANKLIN “ Carolina’s Finest Mountain Motel ” Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of PARRISH ' S STORE Otto, North Carolina Compliments of SUNSET DRIVE-IN Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of THE DESOTA TRAIL GIFT SHOP FRANKF1N, NORTH CAROLINA Page One Hundred Eighteen Compliments of Compliments of NANTAHALA OIL CO. BILL ' S ESSO Distributors oh COMPLETE AUTO SERVICENTER AMOCO PRODUCTS Accessories Phone 696 Harrison Ave. Phone 9114 Franklin, North Carolina Franklin, North Carolina BALDWIN PIANOS ORGANS CAGLE MUSIC CO. Franklin Asheville North Carolina DR. FURMAN ANGEL Compliments Class of ‘59 “For gifts you can give with pride THE QUALITY SHOP Let your jeweler be your guide.” WHERE QUALITY MEETS JAMISON JEWELERS ECONOMY Phone 320 Home of Nelly Don and All repairing fully guaranteeed Shelton Stroller Dresses Page One Hundred Nineteen Compliments of WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Phone 169 MACON BARGAIN STORE Compliments THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1959 Compliments of BALDWIN ' S AND BIG DOLLAR SUPER MARKET Franklin, North Carolina Best Wishes THE NORMANDIE “Fine Food” PLACE WHERE FRIENDS MEET Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of Compliments of MACON MOTOR CO. FRANKLIN FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA FROZEN FOODS WRIGHT ' S SUPER SHELL Corner Palmer and Porter Stree f s Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of POINDEXTER ' S PHILLIPS " 66 " SERVICE STATION Franklin, North Carolina Page One Hundred Twenty Compliments of UNCLE REMUS CAFE Compliments of “GOOD FOOD, COURTEOUS SERVICE” FRANKLIN 5 10 Best Coffee in Town Franklin, North Carolina Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of DR. J. L. HILL, JR. OPTOMETRIST PEOPLE ' S DEPARTMENT STORE MACON COUNTY’S LARGEST HOME OWNED CLOTHING STORE “We Clothe The Family " Compliments of S L 5 10c STORE Main Street Franklin, North Carolina THE TWIN ' S SHOP A Complete Store For Ladies Featuring Quality Clothing and Gifts Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of PERRY ' S DRUG STORE MEET YOUR FRIENDS AFTER SCHOOL Compliments of THE FASHION SHOP “Todies Ready Wear’ Main Street Phone 436 Franklin, North Carolina Page One Hundred Twenty-One Compliments of YOUR BOWER ' S STORE ‘ ' It’s Smart To Be Thrifty” Best of Luck To the Class of ’59 H J RESTAURANT Main Street Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of Compliments of DIXIE GRILL LUNSFORD ' S PAINT SHOP SERVING GOOD FOOD SINCE 1937 AND R E CLEANERS DOWNS DOWDLE Compliments of FEEDS - SEEDS - FERTILIZER STILES TEXACO SERVICE Phone 226 Phone 1 Franklin, North Carolina Franklin, North Carolina BROWN CARSON Compliments of FEEDS - GROCERIES DESOTA TRAIL RESTAURANT SEEDS - FERTILIZERS Phone 297 Franklin, North Carolina Page One Hundred Twenty-Two Compliments of LEE ' S AMOCO SERVICE East Franklin Highways 23-28-64 Phone 677 Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of THE FRANKLIN PRESS “YOUR HOME COUNTY NEWSPAPER” Best of Luck To The Class of ’59 DRYMAN ' S MEN ' S AND BOY ' S SHOP Franklin, North Carolina “I know I didn’t have that book out!” Compliments of FRANKLIN GEM SHOP Gem Cutting Custom Made Jewelry And Real Estate Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of FRANKLIN TIRE SHOP Phone 81 Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of MACON THEATRE MACON DRIVE-IN THEATRE Franklin, North Carolina “The formal name for this is ‘spider’.’ Page One Hundred Twenty-Three Compliments of Compliments of FRANKLIN HARDWARE PEARL ' S BEAUTY SHOP COMPANY Main Street “THE ONE-STOP STORE” Franklin, North Carolina Phone 117 Compliments of Best Wishes To The Class of ' 59 DR. GEORGE McSWEEN ANGEL ' S MEMORIAL CHIROPRACTOR SERVICE Compliments of FRANKLIN DISTRIBUTORS Franklin, North Carolina Compliments of THE LIONS CLUB Page One Hundred Twenty-Four Compliments of NATIONWIDE INSURANCE E.T. WILLIAMS, Agent Compliments of WILLIAM A. COX Accountant Compliments of Good Food Since 1883 JOHN SEXTON CO. J. B. PENDERGRASS NATIONAL WHOLESALE GROCERS Established 1883 Page One Hundred Twenty-Five SEALTEST SOUTHERN DAIRIES DIVISION National Dairy Products Corporation Asheville, North Carolina BRYSON CITY DIVISION Page One Hundred Twenty-Six EDWARD Compliments of CARPENTER AND VINSON PRODUCE COMPANY Phone 2456 FRESH VEGETABLES - PRODUCE AND SEAFOODS CARPENTER JOHN T. VINSON DILLARD, GEORGIA AUTOGRAPHS Page One Hundred Twenty-Seven AUTOGRAPHS ' cJi ' " product of un+er COMPANY 333 INOIANA AVENUE WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. »
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