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

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1 n hr ii iriiiiMi r V.- ; ' • iMh m w . i . » J The Laurel Leaf Nineteen Hundred Sixty Presented by The Yearbook Staff of Franklin High School Franklin, North Carolina Foreword We sincerely hope that this hook of student life, curriculum, and activities will be added to your collection of never-to-be-forgotten stories. You will find it to be a library filled with history, adventure, biography, the arts, and philosophy. So, as you turn the pages of this book of memories, the 1960 Laurel Leaf, may it become worn and treasured through the years as you are reminded of a chapter in the book of your life. THE STAFF Contents ADMINISTRATION Nine SENIORS JUNIORS SOP HOMORES FRESHMEN ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS Thirteen Thirty-nine. Fifty-one Fifty-nine Sixty-seven Seventy-nine. Ninety-seven One hundred fifteen 55 23? r, r , ia ' iti,-.. • 3 Students who leave Franklin High School, carry¬ ing with them a diploma as a symbol of achievement, know that many things have been instrumental in helping them reach this goal. Books have been of primary importance. The wealth of knowledge that each student has gained and the sources of inspira¬ tion that lift his sights higher are found in these volumes. Throughout our lives books have been and will continue to be tools of learning and symbols of knowledge. 4 5 Appreciation MR. JOHN P. BRADY We, the I960 Laurel Leaf Staff, wish to express our gratitude and deep apprecia¬ tion to Mr. John P. Brady, who has so unselfishly devoted valuable time and untir¬ ing effort to our yearbook. We feel that his patience and co-operation have contri¬ buted greatly to the quality of our annual. 6 Dedication MRS. HENRY W. CABE For more than two decades Mrs. Henry Y. Cabe has given generously of her time and talent, performing at every occasion where her services were needed. Her musical contribution has become so much a part of our commencement program that the many, many graduates who have marched to the music of Aida will always remember graduation and Mrs. Cabe synonymously. With sincere appreciation and admiration, we, the yearbook staff, humbly dedicate the I960 Laurel Leaf to you, Mrs. Cabe. 7 The Laurel MRS. ANNE P. BIDDLE BARBARA DUNCAN LINDA MORROW ALICE BRADLEY ANNE DEAN. EMMA JEAN HOGAN MAX GLADWELL DOUGLAS PEARSON ARTHUR HAYS PATSY CORBIN . DOUGLAS BAIRD DOUGLAS SLAGLE LINDA SHOPE BUTCH ANGELL LINDA WHITAKER Leaf Staff . Sponsor . Editor .Assistant Editor . Senior Editor . Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Sports Editor Activities Editor Features Editor . Copy Manager Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager 8 Administration .. ' Ike Middle Acfeb " ... Administration Congratulations Seniors! The faculty of Franklin High School is proud of your achievements here, and it is my hope that your high school experiences have placed emphasis on these jewels of achievement, as expressed by an unknown author: “There are compensations in life that are over and above the power of money to buy. To gain the confidence of our fellow men, to have maintained that confidence through fair dealing and understanding, to have held high the torch of integrity and honesty, and above all to have been helpful— these are the jewels in the crown of achievement.” MR. H. BUECK Superintendent of Macon County Schools MRS. CONNIE H. CAMPBELL Secretary to the Principal MR. HARRY C. CORBIN Principal 10 Faculty MRS. ANNE P. BIDDLE English and The Laurel Leaf MR. ROY M. BIDDLE, JR. Business and Social Studies The Girls’ Glee Club and International Club MISS SHIRLEY A. CLOER Spanish and English The Spanish Club MRS. CAROLYN C. COGAN Home Economics and The Future Homemakers of America MISS DARLENE J. COLLINS Business and The Mountain Echo MR. GRADY CORBIN Civics and Assistant Football Coach MRS. ROSALIE C. CORBIN Physical Education and Girls Basketball Coach MR. LONNIE CRAWFORD Mathematics MRS. MARJORIE H. CRAWFORD Business and Future Busines Leaders of America MRS. LOIS F. FULTON Mathematics and English MISS JEAN HEMPHILL Home Economics and Arts and Crafts MR. L. C. HOWARD, JR. Mathematics and Future Teachers of America MRS. ELLEN T. LEDBETTER English and History MR. JULIAN MADDOX Reading 11 MRS. MILDRED R. MARTIN Biology and Beta Club MRS. KATHRYN P. MATTHEWS English MISS JOY McCOLLUM English and French MISS LOUISE MONTEITH Mathematics MR. HOWARD PATTON Biology and Chemistry MRS. KATHERINE L. PERRY English and History Facul ty MR. WAYNE PROFFITT Agriculture and Future Farmers of America MR. CLAYTON II. RAMSEY Science and Mechanical Drawing The Chess Club MR. FRANK L. RAMSEY, JR. Driver Training MRS. MAMIE Y. SCROGGS Librarian and The Library Club MRS. BERTHA E. STANDLEY English MRS. MARIE P. STEWART English MR. JERRY SUTTON General Science MISS FRANCES WINSTEAD History and Guidance 12 Seniors Senior Officers Seated, (left to right); Gloria jean Hedden, Secretary and Janice Pruett, Treasurer. Standing: Douglas Pearson, President and Douglas Slagle, Vice- President. 14 Class of 1960 ELIZABE TH ANN AMMONS MOTTO: “Plus fait douceur que violence.’ ' (Kindness does more than violence). ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, President 2; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, District Winner 2,3,4, State Winner 4, State 4-H Honor Club 3, 4; Decora¬ tion Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. FUTURE PLANS: College. MARY FRANCES AMMONS MOTTO: “Walk on . . . with a hope in ijour heart, and you will never walk alone.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; Chorus 2,3,4; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Homeroom Treasurer 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. EARL BERNARD ANGEL MOTTO: “Hope for tomorrow.” ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3,4; Monogram Club 4; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. MARGIE LOUISE ANDERSON MOTTO: “ Every dark cloud has a silver lining.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1; Dramatics Club 2,3. FUTURE PLANS: Nurses’ training. HAZEL LUANNE ANDERSON MOTTO: “ Never look back to the dark past but, ahead to the bright future.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. RALPH EDWARD ANGELL MOTTO: “Figure for the worst and hope for the best.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Dramatics Club 3,4, Vice-President 3; Mono¬ gram Club 1,2,3,4, President 4: Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4, Assistant Advertising Manager 3, Advertising Manager 4: Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2,3; Chess Club 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 15 Class MIRIAM JUDITH BLAINE M( !‘TO: “Que sera, sera ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3: Girls ' State 1959; Spanish Club 3,4; Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 2; Entertain¬ ment. Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2. Chess Club 3; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. LINDA I.ODIA BONE MOTTO: “Seldom Serious, always gay, a grand sport in every way. ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1; Chorus 2,3,4; Wild¬ life Club 2; Decoration Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3. FUTURE PLANS: W.C.C. JOHN CARROLL BLAINE MOTTO: “Forget the past; look to the future. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. PAULINE MAE ASHE MOTTO: “ Mieux taut sagesse que rcchesse. " (Wisdom is better than riches.) ACTIVITIES: Library Club 3,4. FUTURE PLAN ' S: Undecided. BETTY ANN BELL MOTTO: “Be the best, whatever you are. " ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 1; Dramatics Club 3; Class Secretary 3; Spanish Club 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. ALICE LEIGH BRADLEY MOTTO: “Forward ever, backward never, for within myself my future lies. ACTIVITIES: Band 1; 4-H Club 1,2, Presi¬ dent 2; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Chorus 2,3,4, Pianist 3, President 4; Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4; Editors ' Rountable 3, 4; Homecoming Court 2,3,4; Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2,3; Junior Marshal 3; U.N. Speaking Contest 3; Girls ' State 1959; Students ' International Club 4; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: W.C.U.N.C. 16 of 1960 them do unto you” ACTIVITIES: Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: College and religious work. DAVID RICHARD RRADLEY MOTTO: “Never put your neck in a noose” FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. FRED SLAGLE BULGIN MOTTO: “Labor conquers all.” ACTIVITIES: Monogram Club 3, 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Football 3,4; Safety Patrol 1,2; Ex¬ plorer Scouts 1,2; Spanish Club 3. FUTURE PLANS: College. HOWARD EARL BURCH MOTTO; “ Put off until tomorrow what can¬ not be done today” ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 1; Explorer Scouts 1,2; Safety Patrol 1,2,3, Captain 2; Spanish Club 3; Entertainment Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. FUTURE PLANS: Electrical Engineering. JANE ROSEMARY BRYANT MOTTO: “ Tis the mind that makes the body rich.” ACTIVITIES: Dramatics Club 3. FUTURE PLANS: Work or college. CLARA JEAN CABE MOTTO: “Dignity and perseverance always command respect.” ACTIVITIES: F.PI.A. 1; 4-H Club 1; Drama tics Club 2, 3; U.N. Speaking Contest 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Speech on Americanism 3. 17 ANNIE MAE CHASTAIN MOTTO: “Vouloir c’est ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. pouvoir. 1; Dramatics Club Class DAVID CAREY CABE MOTTO: " If at first you don’t succeed; forget about it.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. MOTTO: " Do what should be done today and make plans for tomorrow.” ACTIVITIES: Football 2; Explorer Scouts 1,2; Spanish Club 4; Safety Patrol 1,2; Student Council 2; F.T.A. Club 1,2; Entertainment, Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Food Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Intramural Basketball 12 3 FUTURE PLANS: College. GARY HUNTER CALLOWAY FRANK BAKER CABE MOTTO: “Within these curly locks there are a thousand cupids playing.” ACTIVITIES: Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force; mechanic school, DIXIE IRENE CLOER MOTTO: “ Heaven helps those who help them- ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,3; Chorus 3. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing school. JAMES DONALD CABE MOTTO: “ Live and work.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Farming. 18 of 1960 DOUGLAS MacARTHUR CRISP MOTTO. “ Use the best for success.” ACTIVITIES: Entertainment, Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2,3; F.B.L.A. Club; Mountain Echo Staff 3,4, Circulation Manager 4; Editors’ Roundtable 4. BRENDA JANELLE CUNNINGHAM MOTTO: " Never part without loving words to think of during your absence. It may be that you will not meet again in life. " ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2; Library Club 2; Dramatics Club 1. 2; Junior-Senior Banquet 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; J.V. Cheerleader, Captain 3; U.N. Speaking Con¬ test 3, 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4, State 4-H Honor Club 3,4; Mountain Echo Staff 4, Feature Editor 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Music. JOYCE LUCILLE COLE MOTTO: “ Life is but a grindstone; it either polishes you up or grinds you down; it depends on what you afe made of.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Field Day 2; Student Council 3; Invitation Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Greenville Nursing School or W.C.C. JAMES HAROLD CRISP MOTTO: “Success requires effort.” FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. BARBARA JEAN CUNNINGHAM MOTTO: ‘ Walk on with a hope in your heart . . and you’ll never walk alone.” ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. Club 1,2,3,4, Song leader 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; 4-H Club 2,3; Mountain Echo Staff 3, Art Editor 3; Drama¬ tics Club 2,3; Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Chorus 2,4; Editors’ Roundtable 3; U.N. Speaking Contest 3; Americanism Contest 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: College. LINDA JOYCE COCHRAN MOTTO: “A little bit of foolishness now and then is cherished by the wisest men.” ACTIVITIES: Spanish Club 3; Chorus 2,3; 4-H Club 1,2,3; Science and Wildlife Club 2; Place Cards Committee, Junior-Senior Ban- quet 3; Student Council 4; F.T.A. Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. 19 Class JO ANN CURTIS MOTTO: “If at first you don’t succeed; try, try again.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2,3; Library Club 2; Junior-Senior Banquet 2,3; Spanish Club 3; Junior Marshal 3; U.N. Speak¬ ing Contest 3; National Oratorical Contest 3; Mountain Echo Staff 4; Editors’ Roundtable 4; Beta Club 4. LEVON WILBERN DEITZ MOTTO: “Always do to suit yourself, not someone else.” FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. MARGARET RUTH DAVIS MOTTO; “Knotc thyself .” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 1; Entertainment, Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Mountain Echo Staff 3; Editors’ Roundtable 3; Winner of U.N. Speaking Contest 3; Students’ International Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. SHARON VIRGINIA DILLS MOTTO: “Smile and the whole world smiles with you.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2; Mountain Echo Staff 3; Chorus 3. FUTURE PLANS: Business college. PRISCILLA ANNE DEAN MOTTO: “A smattering of everything and a knowledge of nothing .” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2,3; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Student Council 2; Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2,3; Junior Marshal 3; Laurel Leaf Staff 4; Editors’ Roundtable 4; Dramatics Club 3; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. GEORGE MACARTHUR DOWDLE MOTTO: “Cross your bridges only as you come to them.” ACTIVITIES: Food Committee, Junior Ban¬ quet 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Basketball 4. 20 of 1960 JAMES DRYMAN MOTTO: “ Live fast, love hard, die young, and leave beautiful memories ” FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. BARBARA ELLEN DUNCAN MOTTO: “A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches.” ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Chorus 1,2,3; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Dramatics Club 2,3; Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2,3; Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4; Editor 4; Editors’ Roundtable 3,4; Junior Marshal 3; Students’ International Club 4, Secretary 4; Senior Superlative 4; Beta Club 4, Secretary 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. RICHARD STEPHEN EARLY MOTTCf: “Love conquers all.” ACTIVITIES: Sophomore Server, Junior- Senior ‘ Banquet 2; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Explorer Scouts. FUTURE PLANS: Air Force. JOYCE ANN ELDERS MOTTO: “There are no smaller packages than people who are wholly wrapped up in them¬ selves. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3; Library Club 2,3; F.H.A. 1,4. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician. GUY OWEN DUVALL MOTTO: “I will life up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help.” ACTIVITIES: Monogram Club 4; Basketball 1,3,4; Co-Captain 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Confidential. RONALD CLYDE EVANS MOTTO: “ Every man is an architect of his own fortune.” ACTIVITIES: Football 2,3, 4; Monogram Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. Class CAROLE EVA GREGORY MOTTO: “He travels fastest who travels alone.” ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 3,4; Field Day 3. FUTURE PLANS: College. JACKIE HIGDON FINNEY MOTTO: “Walk softly but cany a big stick.” FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. BETTY MAE GREGORY MOTTO: " Forward ever; backward never.’ ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 2. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. ALBERT EDWIN FOUTS MOTTO: “Never try to be what you are not.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1; Audio-Visual Club 1; Band 1; Entertainment, Junior-Senior Banquet 2. ELLEN GAIL FERNANDEZ MOTTO: “Yesterday this day ' s madness did prepare; Tomorrow ' s silence, triumph, or de¬ spair” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1,2; Band 1,2; Anchor Club 2; Dramatics Club 3,4; Chorus 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: College. MOTTO: “Some will, some won ' t, some do, some don ' t ACTIVITIES: Field Day I; F.T.A. 1,2,3; Safety Patrol 1; Junior-Senior Banquet 2,3; Spanish Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Junior Marshal 3; Editors’ Roundtable 4: Laurel Leaf Staff 4; Freshman Editor 4; Senior Superlative 4. MAX LEONARD GLADWELL 99 of 1960 TAMES CLAUDE GUYER MOTTO: “Failure is only success turned in¬ side oat” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. CAROLYN LEE HAITHCOCK MOTTO: “To thine own self be true.” ACTIVITIES: Y-Teens 1,2; Dramatics Club 2,3; Student Council 2; Chorus 2,3; Fencing Club 3; St. John Divine Guild 3; Alter Guild 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Students’ International Club 4; Spanish Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. PAULINE GUFFIE MOTTO: “Do not he a carbon copi of some¬ one else; make your own impressions.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician. DONALD DOUGLAS HALL MOTTO: " Never give up; there is always a chance.” ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. JAMES ANDREW HALL MOTTO: “Live and learn; die and forget. " ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. CARLA RUTH HALL MOTTO: “Love must he learned and learned again, hut hate needs only to he provoked.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2,4: 4-H Club 1,2; Chorus 3. FUTURE PLANS: Work. 23 Class WILLIAM ARTHUR HAYS, JR. MOTTO: “ It’s not a disgrace to fall in a ditch, but it is to lie there and grunt.” ACTIVITIES: Mountain Echo Staff 2; Ex¬ plorer Scouts 2; Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4; Junior Science Symposium 3; Student Council 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; F.T.A. 3; Junior Marshal 3; Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2,3; Chess Club 3; Beta Club 4, President 4. FUTURE PLANS: College and the diplomatic service. DOROTHY GLORIA JEAN HEDDEN MOTTO: “Better to he small and shine, than to be large and cast a shadow. " ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2,3, Secretary and Treasurer 3; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Monogram Club 3.4; Spanish Club 3,4; Secretary and Treasurer 4; Homecoming Court 3,4, Maid of Honor 4; Senior Superlative 4; Class Secretary 4. MARY JO HENDERSON MOTTO: “Better late than never, but better never late.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1,2; Library Club 2,3; F.T.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. STELLA LOUISE HENRY MOTTO: “When it comes to borrowing trouble, a man’s credit is always good.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2; 4-H Club 2,3. FUTURE PLANS: Secretary. PAULINE HEDDEN MOTTO: “To thine own self be true.” ACTIVITIES: Cheerleader 3,4; Monogram Club 4; F.B.L.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. RONALD COLIN HENSON MOTTO: “Choose your path carefully; then follow it to its end.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 4; Spanish Club 3,4, President 3; Football 2,4; Explorer Scouts 2; Field Day 1,3; Junior-Senior Banquet 2,3; Boys’ State 1959; Junior Marshal 3; Senior Superlative 4; Student International Club 4; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. 24 GLENDA KAYE HOLT MOTTO: “ Have more thou thou shoicest; say less than thou knowest.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Chorus 1; Place Cards Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.H.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Professional School. LINDA SUE HIGDON MOTTO: “There is no limit to what can be accomplished, if it doesn’t matter who gets the credit.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Spanish Club 3; F.H.A. 4; F.T.A. 2,3,4, President 4; Invitation Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3. FUTURE PLANS: College. - J EREDA ANN HOLLAND MOTTO: “ Always do right! This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 2; Chorus 3; F.H.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. MABLE HOPPER MOTTO: “Act r our age if you do have to crawl.” FUTURE PLANS: Work. of 1960 LEO MacARTHUR HOLLAND MOTTO: “Put off today what you can do tomorrow ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. CAROLYN ANN HOLBROOKS MOTTO: “When there is doubt; don’t.” ACTIVITIES: Place Cards Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3; F.B.L.A. 4; Secretary 4; F.H.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Nursing School. 25 SHIRLEY ANN HOUSTON MOTTO: “Within the hounds of possibility.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2,3; Student Council 3. President 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Traveling. Class DELLA ANN HUSCUSSON MOTTO: " Opportunity for distinction lies in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.” ACTIVITIES: Entertainment Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Chorus 3,4; F.H.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. FAYOLA SUE HUGHES MOTTO: “ Never worry about your station in life; someone will always tell you where to get off.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Chorus 3; Place Cards Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.H.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: X-Ray Technician. ALLIE LAVERNE JUSTICE MOTTO: “Look alive. Remember you can b replaced by a button.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Entertainmen Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. FUTURE PLANS: F.B.I. WANDA HUGGINS MOTTO: “Be what you are; pretend nothing.” ACTI ITIES: Place Cards Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3; F.H.A. 4; F.B.L.A. 4, Vice- President 4; Senior Superlative. FUTL1RE PLANS Professional School. KATHRYN ANN JONES MOTTO: “How can I expect my ship to come in if I never send it out?” ACTIVITIES: Band 1; Chorus 1,2; Library Club 3, President 3; Entertainment Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.T.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. 26 of 1960 GRACE VIANNE KEENER MOTTO: " It matters not how straight the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll; I am the master of my fate; I am the captain of my sou!. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Mountain Echo Staff 2; Dramatics Club 2,3; Chess Club 3: Entertainment, Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Decoration Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3; Field Day 3; Senior Super¬ lative 4. FUTURE PLANS: W.C.U.N.C. GEORGE EDWARD LONG MOTTO: " Eat, drink, and he merry; for tomorrow Georgia may go dry. " ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 1; Chr Club 1. FUTURE PLANS: Work. JESSE VERNON LEATHEDWOOD MOTTO: “Why he difficult; with a little more effort you can he impossible.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 1; Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Uncle Sam. JANE BRADLEY LONG MOTTO: " Life is short; why waste it being wrong?” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 2; Mountain Echo 2,3, Assistant Editor 2, Editor .3; Field Day 3; Editor’s Roundtable 3,4; U.N. Speak¬ ing Contest ' Dramatics Club 2,3; F.T.A. 1 Library Play 2; Homecoming Court 1; Junior- Senior Banquet 1,2,3; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 4. SHIRLEY ELAINE LENOIR MOTTO: " To he pleased with oneself is the surest way of offending everybody else.” ACTIVITIES: Entertainment, Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Chorus 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3,4, Vice-President 4, Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. KENNETH ROGER MASHBURN MOTTO: " Do unto others before they do unto you.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 3, Library Assis¬ tant 3; F.B.L.A. i FUTURE PLANS: U.S. Air Force. 27 LUCILLE INEZ McCLURE MOTTO: “Love conquers all.” ACTIVITIES: F.B.L.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial Work. MARGARET JO ANN McCLURE MOTTO: " He who wants more, often loses all.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Work, VERLON WILLIAM MASHBURN MOTTO: “ Live and let live.” FUTURE PLANS: Work. MARTHA JANE McCALL MOTTO; " Walk on . . . with a hope in your heart, and you never walk alone.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,3; F.H.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. Class MARY ANN McCALL MOTTO: “ Respect is what we owe; love is what we give.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 2. FUTURE PLANS: Secretarial Work. FRED JOHN McCOY MOTTO: " Live and learn; die and forget it all.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. 28 of 1960 wanda sue McIntyre MOTTO: “Don’t let your pride take away your honesty.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; F.B.L.A. 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. LUCY MAE MEADOWS MOTTO: “Speaking is silver; Silence is golden.” ACTIVITIES: Served at Jfmior-Senior Banquet 2; Dramatics Club 3; Chorus 3; Junior Marshal 3; F.H.A. 4; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. LINDA GAIL NEAL MOTTO: “Live for the future; not day by day.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2; Band 1; Library Club 2,3; Chorus 2,3. FUTURE PLANS: Housewife. ELIZABETH GENEVIEVE NICHOLS MOTTO: “One pound of learning requires ten pounds of common sense to apply it.” ACTIVITIES: Library Club 2; Entertainment, Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Decoration Commit¬ tee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Editor’s Round¬ table 3,4; Mountain Echo Staff 3,4, Editor 4. FUTURE PLANS: Business Work. EVA PAULINE MORGAN MOTTO: “I will life up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1; Home Ec. Rally 1; Mountain Echo Staff 2; Editors’ Roundtable 2; 4-H Club 2, State 4-H Delegate 1958; Dramatics Club 3; Entertainment Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Library Club 2,4; F.T.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. JAMES GARNER NOLEN MOTTO: “You are not a failure until you blame someone else.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 2,3,4: Football 1: Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1. FUTURE PLANS: Work or U ncle Sam. 29 Class ANNIE LOIS NORTON MOTTO: ‘Success is never final and failure never fatal. It’s courage that counts.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2; Spanish Club 3,4; Junior Marshal 3; Girls’ State 1959; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.H.A. 4; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. DOUGLAS ARTHUR PEEK MOTTO: “ Never hit a cripple or argue with a fool.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 2,3,4.. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. JERRY LEE PATTON MOTTO: “A minute of silence will save an hour of explaining.” ACTIVITIES: Safety Club 3.4; Wildlife Club 1,2; Spanish Club 4; Exporer Scouts 1,2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. ANN KATHALEEN PENNINGTON MOTTO: “To thine own self he true, and thou can’t not then he false to am man.” ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 1,2,3,4. Librarian 3; 4-H Club 1,2,3,4. Dramatics Club 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Wildlife Club 1; Chorus 1,2,3: Entertainment Committee, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Students’ International Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. DOUGLAS LAMAR PEARSON MOTTO: “ God helps those who help them¬ selves.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice- President 3, President 4; Class President 1,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Bovs’ State 1959; Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 2,3; Junior-Senior Banquet 1,2,3; Editors’ Roundtable 3,4; Senior Super¬ lative 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. INDA LOUISE PENNINGTON MOTTO: “It is not how long, hut how well we live.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3; Invitation Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. FUTURE PLANS: College. 30 of 1960 BARBARA JOYCE RAMSEY MOTTO: “Little hi little does the trick.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Chib 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Business. GLORIA DIANA PICKENS MOTTO: “Non est virere est va lere vita.” (Not merely to exist, but to amount to some- . thing in life.) ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 1,2,3: F.T.A. 2; Chorus 3,4; F.B.L.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Business College. BETTY JEAN RAMEY MOTTO: “It is wiser to take care of your own ))ossessions than to be greedy for those of others ACTIVITIES: Chorus 1. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. Presi- VICTORIA ELIZABETH RAY MOTTO: “Dare to be yourself.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; F.H.A. 1,3, Secre¬ tary 1; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. JUDY CAROL PRICE MOTTO: “A whole lot of foolishness, lump of wit, a head full of knowledge there doesn’t seem ' a bit. ACTIVITIES: Chorus 3; F. B.L.A. 4, dent 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. JANICE LEE PRUETT MOTTO: “Not sunset, but dawn: the future still my own. ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2; Class Secretary- Treasurer 2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Field Day 2,3; Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary- Treasurer 3; Junior Marshal 3; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; Beta Club 4; Class Treasurer 4; Senior Superlative. FUTURE PLANS: College. 31 Class ligsw __ CARMEN LINDA ROBERSON MOTTO: “It con he done.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Debating Club 2, Secretary 2; F.H.A, 2; Dramatics Club 3; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. FUTURE PLANS: College. EDITH ANN SHEFFIELD MOTTO: “ Don’t be a big shot; little things mean a lot.” ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3. 4, President 4; 4-H Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Wildlife Club 2; Senior Super¬ lative 4. FUTURE PLANS: Third finger, left hand. MOTTO: “Don’t step on a worm or bow down to a king.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3, Manager 4; Basketball 1,2,3, Manager 4, Monogram Club 3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. BARBARA SUE SEAGLE MOTTO: “Nil sine numine” (Nothing with¬ out devine guidance.) ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1; Chorus 2,3; Dramatics Club 2; F.B.L.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. NELLIE MAGDALENE SEAGLE MOTTO: “Faith is the substance for things hoped for, and the evidence of things yet to come.” FUTURE PLANS: Work. MARY SUE REYNOLDS MOTTO: “To thi own self be true.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3; Science and Wildlife Club 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3. FUTURE PLANS: College. THOMAS EDGAR ROTEN 32 of 1960 DAVID LEROY SHULER MOTTO: “Have fun you are young.” ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. LONNIE RAY SHEPHERD MOTTO: “Have fun while you arc young.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 2,3,4, Judging ' Team 2,3; Sentinel 4. FUTURE PLANS: Uncle Sam. RALPH LEE SHEPHERD MOTTO: “Be prepared.” ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Work. CARROLL JOSEPPI SMITH MOTTO: “If at first you try and don’t succeed, try, try again; success might he yours.” ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2,3; Chorus 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Music. ANNIE HOPE SMITH MOTTO: “If it is to he; It is up to me.” ACTIVITIES: F.H.A. 4. FUTURE PLANS: Beautician. GEORGE DOUGLAS SLAGLE MOTTO: “To be rather than to seem.” ACTIVITIES: Student Council 1,3; Chorus 3; Safety Patrol 4; Science and Wildlife Club 2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Dramatics Club 3; Class Vice-President 3,4; Beta Club 4; Senior Superlative 4. FUTURE PLANS: North Carolina State Col¬ lege. 33 TAMES DARE SUTTON MOTTO: “Palman qui meruit ferat.” (Let him who deserves it reap the reward.) ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. STEPHEN BERNARD STILES MOTTO: “Take careful aim; you may not get a second shot” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. NORA VIOLA STUART MOTTO: “If you know that what you want to do is not wrong, don’t ask anyone; go do it” ACTIVITIES: Class Secretary-Treasurer 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Wildlife Club 2; Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Dramatics Club 2,3. Monogram 2,3,4; Chorus 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Mountain Echo Staff 4; Senior Superlative 4; Homecoming Court 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. Class MARGARET ANN SMITH MOTTO: “It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness.” ACTIVITIES: Secretary-Treasurer of Home¬ room 1; Library Club 1; Library Assistant 1: Dramatics Club 2. FUTURE PLANS: Work. GEORGE LAMAR SPRINKLE MOTTO: “Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.” ACTIVITIES: Wildlife Club 2; Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. WILLIE JEAN SPRINKLE MOTTO: “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give ” ACTIVITIES: F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 3, Vice-President 4; Library Club 2; Served at Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Junior Marshal 3; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. ’34 of 1960 PENNY SUE TAYLOR MOTTO: “Ut prosim.” (That I may he of service.) ACTIVITIES Chorus 1,3; Dramatics Club 2. FUTURE PLANS: College. NANCY WALTERS MOTTO: “Strive hard enough and you will achieve your goal.” FUTURE PLANS: Beautician. HAROLD BUCHANAN THOMPSON MOTTO: ‘‘Why try to he a big shot? Little things mean a lot.” ACTIVITIES: Football 3; Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Navy. OTIS DENVER WATTS MOTTO: ‘‘Spectemur agendo.” (Let us be fudged by our deeds.) ACTIVITIES: 4-H Club 1,2. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. JAMES DOUGLAS VINSON MOTTO: “Every day is a picnic and every night is a party.” ACTIVITIES: Science and Wildlife Club 1; Explorer Scouts 2,3,4; Football 2; Library Club 3. FUTURE PLANS; College. - THOMAS RAY WELCH MOTTO: “Live and learn.” ACTIVITIES: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 35 Class THRECIA JUANITA WELCH MOTTO: “Smile at your fellowman today for tomorrow he may he on the jury of your trial.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2,3; F.H.A. 1,2,3, Presi¬ dent 4; Class Treasurer 3; Served at Junior- Senior Banquet 2; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. BILLY JACKSON WOOTEN MOTTO: “ ’Tis the mind that makes the body rich.” ACTIVITIES: Chess Club 4, Vice-President 4. FUTURE PLANS: Navy. MARILYN EMMA WILLIAMS MOTTO: “Laugh and grow fat.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2; F.B.L.A. 4, Re¬ porter 4. FUTURE PLANS: College. HILDRED HATTIE MAE WILSON MOTTO: “They conquer who believe they can.” ACTIVITIES: Chorus 2,3. FUTURE PLANS: College. LAURA AGNES WOOTEN MOTTO: “Thus great things from small .” FUTURE PLANS: Work. THOMAS DOUGLAS YOUNG MOTTO: “Live and Learn.” ACTIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Chess Club 4. FUTURE PLANS: Undecided. 36 of 1960 Foreign Exchange Student This year Franklin High School is proud to have as one of its seniors Martti Juhani Ilaapakoski, of Raahe, Finland. Martti is here under the auspices of the Student Foreign Exchange Program and is being sponsored by the Franklin Rotary Club and the Franklin Parent-Teacher Association. While he is in Franklin, he is living with the Reverend Robert E. Early and his family. The students feel that they have profited greatly from their friendships and relation¬ ships with Martti. Martti’s motto, “Keep smiling,” has been put into practice by him as he entered into many activities in the school. He is a member of the Student Council, the Students’ International Club, and the Explorer Scouts. His interests and hobbies include music, architecture, photography, stamps, travel, and movies. Martti plans to continue his education at the State University at Helsinki, Finland. 37 Mascots SONIA SEAY AND GARY HENSON Class Our classroom days at Franklin High are past; We walk ahead, but we can never leave The memory of our school, for it will last Throughout our lives, and to our hearts will cleave. And although our paths in life may never meet, Our past will merge into one lasting weave. Song We leave thee now, but we remember still, The friends to whom we sadly say good-bye. We leave thee now, our fondest hopes to fill And with your guidance, we will ever try To live with faith and fulfill all our duties To God and man, and to our Franklin High. (To the music of “Finlandia”) 38 Juniors ] « I laak Jlo-mew-a ' id Anael r r Junior Officers (Seated , left to right): Linda Morrow, Secretary , and Linda Shope, Treasurer. (Standing, left to right): Clarence Seay, President, and Jim Franklin, Vice- President. 40 Class of 1961 Sally Anderson Patricia Ashe Tommy Ashe Douglas Baird Eunice Barnes Barbara Barrett Sally Bateman Ola Belle Bates Dorothy Bell Martha Blaine Algie Bolick Janice Bowman Virginia Boyd Perry Brabson Linda Brendle Estell Britton Dennis Brookshire Jeanette Brown Mac Bryant Turner Bryson 41 Class Edwin Cabe Jack Cabe James Cabe Steve Bundy Clarence Burch Donette Burnette David Cabe Mary Lou Cabe Ralph Cabe Steve Cabe Tommy Cabe Wade Cabe Jane Cagle Jessie Carpenter Marvin Carpenter Calvin Chastain Harold Clark Jimmy Clark Teddy Clark 42 of 1961 Wanda Clark Donald Clay Nancy Cochran Dean Conner Ray Conner John Cook Martha Cook Nina Cook Patsy Corbin Tex Corbin James Corne Billy Crawford Gary Crawford Tommy Crunkleton Patsy Cunningham Robert Daniels Evelyn Dills Peggy Dills Jerry Dooley 43 Class Louise Dowdle Dwain Downs Larry Dryman Earl Elliott Ann Fagg June Ferguson Katherine Fouts Ray Fox Jim Franklin Bobby Gerwig Rebecca Green Kenneth Hall Con Henderson Nancy Henry Emma Jean Hogan Ronald Hogan 44 of 1961 Hattie Lou Holden Jackie Holden Kenneth Holden Bryant Holland Betty Sue Hopper Wanda Houston Tommy Hunt Bill Hurst Bill Hyde Juanita Johnson Wayne Justice Glenn Keener Faye Kimsey Tommy Kiser Alonzo Knight Douglas Ledford 45 Class Elmyra Ledford Linda Ledford Hilda Leopard Jane Mallonee Sue Matthews Sally McClure Tommy McCollum Mary June McConnell Ann McCoy Gayle McCoy Mary McCoy Paulette McCoy Doyle McCracken Jereldine McDowell Shirley McGaha Hilda Gay Mincey 46 of 1961 Bruce Moore Linda Moore Lois Moore Bobby Morgan Bruce Norris Susie Passmore Anna Pattillo Gary Peek Margie Peek Landy Pendergrass Hoyt Potts Elizabeth Pruett Joan Pruett Luanne Queen Pauline Queen Betty Raby 47 Class Dearrell Sanders Jean Sanders Clarence Seay Bobby Raby Ida Mae Ramey Katherine Rhodes Bert Roper Douglas Seay Wayne Sheffield Ruth Shepherd Linda Shope Patricia Shope Thelma Shope Jimmy Shuford Emma Siler Frances Simonds David Simpson Charles Slagle Blanche Smith 48 of 1961 Bobbie Smith Juanita Smith Margaret Snyder Linda Southard Dorothy Stockton Margaret Swan Barbara Tallent Brenda Tallent Carol Tallent Eugene Tallent Grace Tallent Linda Tallent Loleta Tallent Douglas Teague Janice Thompson Clinton Tilson 49 Class of 1961 Florence Troughton Lois Vanhook Dallas Vinson Laura Jean Waldroop Mary Jo Waldroop Robert Wallace Conda Ward Caroll Watkins Beulah Watson Deraid Watts June Wells Linda Whitaker Genevieve Whitmire Nancy Whittington Allene Williamson J. B. Woody Sue Woten Linda York Betty Young Doyle Young 50 Sophomores Sophomore Officers (Leff to right): Sammy Tallent, President; Alda Waldr and George Wallace, Vice-President. oop, Secretary-Treasurer; 52 Class of 1962 Elaine Adams Jimmy Anderson Don Angel Martha Angel Nannie Bell Angel Carroll Arnold Wanda Bailey Wallace Baker Wayne Ballew Betty Jean Barnes Jimmy Bateman Carolyn Bates Eugene Bates Nelson Bates Bobby Bell Nancy Berry Ted Bingham Billy Bishop Anne Blaine Andy Bradley E. |. Bradley Phyllis Sue Brendle Marion Bryson Morris Bryson Sara Lee Bryson Nancy Burch Anne Cabe Gertrude Cabe Janice Cabe Jimmy Cabe Johnny Cabe Loretta Cabe Louise Cabe Paul Cabe Roseanne Cabe Carol Calloway Dolma Carpenter Duel Carpenter Mattie Kay Carpenter 53 Class Olivia Carpenter Marion Cassels Charlene Chastain Tom Chastain Betty Cloer Evelyn Coggins Johnnie Collins Alice Cook John Crawford Sam Crawford Herbert Crisp Dennis Crunkleton Raymond Crunkleton Hershel Cunningham Ruth DeHart Shirley DeHart Peggy Dietz Janice Dills Lona Rae Dills Bob Dinnes Nancy Dowdle Ray Drinnon Virgil Dryman Steve Early Vance Elkins Carolyn Estes Judy Evans Carol Dene Evitt Euna Rae Farmer Hazel Flowers Jewel Fox Larry Franklin Mike Fugate Patsy Fulcher Dickie Gibson John Gibson Patsy Gibson Ruth Gibson Willard Gibson 54 of 1962 Doris Giles Virginia Gladwell Beulah Graham Alex Grant Rhubena Gregory Wayne Haire Ann Heafner Steve Heafner Carol Ann Hedden Harry Henry Warren Henry Ronnie Higdon Doris Hodgin Jack Hodgins Arvil Holland Janet Holland Lee Holland Martha Holland Van Holland Lucille Hopkins Shirley Houston Nancy Howard Toby Hughes Freda Hurst J. C. Hurst Jeanne Jacobs Frankie Lee Jones Albert Justice Dean Justice Janice Kell Deanne Ledford Linda Ledford Sue Ledford Sylvia Ledford Wilbur Ledford Darrell Lee Jessie Mashbum Ronnie Mashbum Doris Mason 55 Class Eddie Mason Sandra Mason Charles McCall Clyde McCall Curtis McCall Douglas McCall Bena Lee McClure Linda McClure Doris McConnell Kenneth McConnell Claudette McCoy Paul McDonald Randall McDowell Judy McFalls Barbara Medlin Don Moffitt Carroll Moore Harold Moore Max Morgan Patsy Moses Carolyn Myers John Myers Pat Newman Eugene Norton Patsy Norton Mary Penland Gary Phillips Eugene Pitts David Raby Linda Raby Betty Ray Karen Ray Shirley Reynolds Kathleen Richardson Ann Roane Phil Roberson Gilmer Roper Billy Roten Hilda Sanders 56 of 1962 Juanita Sanders Linda Sanders Joyce Scott Wayne Seabock Alice Seagle Brenda Shook Carolyn Shook Dean Sprinkle Hilda Sprinkle Earl Stinson Jimmy Sutton Benny Swafford Mary Jo Swafford Evelyn Tallent Mildred Tallent Nancy Tallent Sammy Tallent Roger Talley Johnny Taylor Joan Thomas Eddie Tipplett Dennis Vinson Robert Vinson Alda Waldroop Charles Waldroop Christine Waldroop Bill Walker Donnie Wallace George Wallace Patsy Watts Eva Nell Welch Lyn West Doris Wiggins Billy Williams Jimmy Williams Betty Williamson Mildred Wilson Homer Younce Paul Younce 57 Scenes From the Junior-Senior Banquet 58 Freshmen 2e M ' Uenahleb MlMllRt Freshman Officers (Left to right) John Swan, Secretary-Treasurer; Suzanne Cunningham, President; and Sonny Burrell, Vice-President. 60 Class of 1963 Linda Allen Elbert Angel Kenneth Arrant Roy Ashe Mary Ballew Jo Evelyn Barnard Willard Barrett Mary Bates Sarah Jane Berry Howard Bishop Freda Bradley Michael Bryson Betty Ann Bulgin Larry Burch Kathleen Burnette Sonny Burrell Allie Cabe Bobby Cabe Carolyn Cabe Eloise Cabe James Cabe Larry Cabe Martha Cabe Mary Cabe Linda Cagle Shirley Campbell Frances Carpenter Harold Carver Sandra Carver Marion Cassels Joe Chastain Bonnie Cheek Jerry Clark Margaret Clarke Max Clark Michael Coates James Cochran Josephine Conley Jackie Cook James Cook Margaret Ann Cowart Doris Cruse Suzanne Cunningham Pauline Curtis Lois Ann Deal 61 Class Eugene Dean Lonnie DeHart Billy Dills Johnny Dockery Linda Downs Sharon Duvall Alvin Elliott Bruce Elliott Betty Sue Emory David Enloe Robert Enloe James Farmer Patsy Finney Edward Fitzgerald Linda Kaye Flowers Tommy Fouts Shirley Frady Douglas Franklin Dorothy Frizzell Carson Gibson Ruth Gillespie Rebecca Grant Brownlow Greene Laveme Green Linda Green Joyce Gregory Lona Wayne Gregory Winnie Gregory Shirlene Cribble Josephine Guest Paul Edward Guy Jimmy Hall Michael Hastings Alvin Healy Bruce Hedden Jimmy Hedden Linda Henderson Patrick Henry Malinda Henson Roy Henson Sandra Henson Susie Henson George Lee Higdon Jane Hoilman Helen Holbrooks 62 of 1963 Ada Mae Holland Annetta Holland Carol Holland Dennis Holland Freda Holland Leon Holland Linda Holland Veril Holland Frank Hopkins Roy Hopkins Cora Lee Hooper Carolyn Horn Mitchell Huggins Billy Hughes Nancy Hunter Bee Ann Hurst Herbert Hurst Frances Hylton Bobbie Jenkins Tommie Jenkins Eva Nell Johnson Howard Johnson Shirley Johnson Mildred Sue Jones Clara Keener Gerald Keener Jackie Keener Wanda Keener Dwain Kinsland Brenda Kirkland Linda Leatherman Brenda Ledford Dearl Letlford Linda Ledford Glenda Lee Evelyn Long Alan Maddox Charles Mann Jackie Mann Joe Martin Dennis Mason Josephine McCall Mary Ann McCall Richard McClure Bobby McCoy 63 Class Jo Ann McCoy Mildred McCoy Dwayne McDowell Cora McCaha Mary McNutt Wayne Meadows Erskine Monteith Mildred Monteith Don Moore Donnie Moore Charles Morgan Eddie Moses Virginia Moses Mary Fran ' ces Myers Betty Sue Nichols Sandra Norton Marcia Kay Olson Patricia Owenby David Owl Carroll Patton Randal Peak Hazel Peak Janice Pendergrass Linda Sue Phillips Sally Price Mary Ellen Prince Annette Raby Gene Raby Johnny Raby Wiley Rankin Bill Reid Linda Revis Kenneth Reynolds Nell Robinson Calvin Rogers Henry Rowland Eugene Russell Eva Lyn Sams Billy Sanders Joyce Ann Sanders Betty Jean Scroggs Carolyn Setser Glenda Sheffield Kenneth Shepherd Shirley Shepherd 61 of 1963 Julia Shields Newton Shields Larry Shope Bennie Smith Jerry Sorrells Dwight Southard Sidney Southard Glenda Stamey Emma Lou Stanfield Donna Stewart Janice Stewart Margaret Stiles Eugene Stockton John Swan Ann Tallent Bruce Tallent George Tallent Helen Tallent James Tallent Wayne Tallent Linda Taylor Walter Taylor Jimmy Teague Charles Teem Josephine Thomas Carol Thompson John Douglas Thompson Glenda Tippett Cheryl Vaughn Juanita Vaughn Paul Vinson Barbara Waldroop Sandra Ward Edith Watts Terrell Watts Larry Webb Shirley Wilkes Willie Kay Wilkes Shirley Woodard Devannah W oods Doyle Woods Harold Woody Fannie Mae Wykle W ' ayne Yonce Gary Young 65 .. Va ' iiauA, ActutiiieA, dufiiacj, the £ck wl l eati " ... - Applicants for Student Foreign Exchange Program Reading Course is introduced for the first time at Franklin High School. Beta Club Candlelight Initiation Service •4 Ninth Grade 1 helps out in building new Youth Center. Library Club presents a skit at the Parent-Teacher Asso¬ ciation. 66 Athletics Football DONALD CLAY i Tackle BILL CRAWFORD Guard ALBERT JUSTICE Halfback RONNIE MASON Fullback RONNIE HENSON Half back DOUCLAS SLAGLE Guard TOMMY KISER Halfback TEX CORBIN Tackle EARL ANGEL Tackle DOUGLAS YOUNG Center LANDY PENDERGRAS lit; End JIM FRANKLIN Halfback MAC BRYANT Tackle ■ v T V , a, ■ DOUGLAS BAIRD 68 Football RALPH (Butch) ANGELL Co-Captain i Fallback DOUGLAS PEARSON Co-Captain End ROBERT DANIELS T ackle KENNETH MALI Halfback and GUY FOUTS Tackle CLARENCE (Red) SEAY Fullback TOMMY HUNT Guard RONNIE EVANS Guard FRED BULGIN End RONNIE HIGDON End SAMMY TALLENT Halfback ,, 11VI WILLIAMS 2 , Quarterback BILL HYD1 Center Football First Row (left to right): Teddy Clark, Fred Bulgin, Tommy Hunt, Landy Pendergrass, Clarence Seay, Johnny Taylor, Butch Angell, Ronnie Henson, Ronnie Mason, and Sammy Tallent. Second Row: Guy Fouts, Bob Dinnes, Mac Bryant Hyde, Billy Crawford, Jimmy Williams, Douglas Slagle, Wallace Baker, Tommy Kiser, Ronnie Evans, Albert Justice, and Kenneth Hall. Third Row: Coach Dick Stott, Gary Crawford, Douglas Young, Earl Angel, Douglas Pearson, Ronnie Higdon, Douglas Baird, Jim Franklin, Donald Clay, Spike Daniels, Tex Corbin, and Coach Grady Corbin. Gbacket ' M anacfeM FOOTBALL COACHES Dick Stott and Grady Corbin. 70 FOOTBALL MANAGERS: Tommy Roten, Charles Slagle, David Simpson, and Bobby Gerwig. Football Junior First Row (left to right): Gary Young, Bruce Hedden, Jerry Clark, Nfike Coates, Leon Holland, and Alvin Healy. Second Row: Larry Webb, Jimmy Cabe, Douglas Ledford, Spike Maddox, and Wayne V arsity Youce. Third Row: Larry Franklin, David Owl, Tommy Ashe, Sonny Burrell, Billy Hughes, and John Swan. Football Schedule for 1959 FRANKLIN ANDREWS 25 FRANKLIN 25 CLAYTON 6 FRANKLIN 19 CHEROKEE 12 FRANKLIN 26 HAYESVILLE 7 FRANKLIN 0 ROBBINSVILLE 26 FRANKLIN 20 SYLVA 14 FRANKLIN 19 SWAIN 12 FRANKLIN 7 MURPHY 41 Our Boys in Action 71 the Wild ' BETTY CLOER Cheerleaders Gke Gall NORA STUART Head Cheerleader SARA LEE BRYSON jANE MALLONEE IANE CAGLE CAROL HEDDEN 6 VIRC; INI A BOYD GLORIA JEAN HEDDEN POLLY HEDDEN Cheerleaders Bottom left to bottom right: Nora Stuart, Polly Hedden, Betty Cloer, Virginia Boyd, Jane Cagle, Jane Mallopee, Sara Lee Bryson, Carol Ann Hedden, and Gloria Jean Hedden JUNIOR VARSITY Left to right: Sally Price, Julia Ann Shields, Ruth Gillespie, Sandra Norton, Marcia Kay Olson, Susie Henson, Jane Hodman and Malinda Henson. 73 Girls’ Basketball ' ' Glean- j yi Adion " , SHIRLEY LENOIR Forward MARY LOU CARE Forward LINDA LEATHERMAX Guard CLINDA LEE Forward CAROLYN MYERS Forward E BOWMAN Guard JESSIE CARPENTER Forward 74 Girls’ Basketball JANICE CABE Manager and MRS. ROSE CORBIN Coach JOYCE COLE Captain Guard EDITH SHEFFIELD Guard DOROTHY STOCKTON Forward WANDA HOUSTON Guard SHARON DUVALL Forward A LEDFORD Guard HELEN HOLBROOKS Forward 75 Boys’ Basketball . . cmd J ' iaaedii " . . . GUV DUVALL Co-Captain Forward DOUGLAS PEARSON ' Co-Captain Forward • iFi WAYNE JUSTICE Guard DAVID SIMPSON Forward JIMMY CABE Forward JIM FRANKLIN Guard 7(5 Boys’ Basketball C. K. OLSON Coach TOBY HUGHES Guard DOUGLAS BAIRD Guard TURNER BRYSON Forward . TEX GOBI Guard JIMMY W ILLIAMS Guard RONNIE HIGDON Forward 77 iiman, ua mBBSmm rffyg$£fa .r •. u_ IM f | j fisur ' ia§Bs_ I o I First row, (left to right): Jimmy Cabe and Arvil Holland. Second row: Coach C. K. Olson, Sonny Burrell, David Owl, and Clyde McCall. Third Row: Johnny Swan, Larry Cabe, Douglas Franklin, Furman Ledford, and Sammy Tallent. 78 Activities The Laurel BARBARA DUNCAN Editor-in-Chief ALICE BRADLEY Senior Editor ANNE DEAN Junior Editor SO Leaf Staff MAX GLADWELL Freshman Editor EMMA JEAN HOGAN Sophomore Editor DOUGLAS BAIRD Copy Editor PATSY CORBIN Features Editor DOUGLAS PEARSON Sports Editor ARTHUR HAYS Activities Editor DOUGLAS SLAGLE Advertising Manager LINDA SHORE Assistant Advertising Manager 81 " PickuUck Paftete " ... The Mountain Echo Staff Staff Meeting (left to right): Seated— Douglas Teague, Brenda Cunningham, Nora Stuart, Joan Pruett, and Ida Mae Ramey. Standing— Douglas Crisp, Jo Ann Curtis, Dwain Downs, and Genevieve Nichols. “Dedicated to the service of Franklin High School,” reads the caption on the front page of “The Mountain Echo.’’ This motto is always foremost in the minds of the staff members, for they have their fingers on the pulse of the student body at all times. The paper informs, enter¬ tains, and serves as the voice of the students, while keeping in mind the highest ethical concepts of journalistic practice. (Left to right): Interviewing are Douglas Teague, Sports Editor; and Brenda Cunningham, Feature Editor. (Left to right) Assistant Editor; Collins, Sponsor; Nichols, Editor. Dwain Downs, Miss Darlene and Genevieve (Left to right): Jo Ann Curtis, Managing Editor; Nora Stuart, Art Editor; and Douglas Crisp, Circulation Manager run the mimeograph machine. 82 Beta Club .. ' . ' Meade aad Meadj.ls.iUtq , " ' The Beta Club was created to honor high scholastic achievement. High moral character and good citizen¬ ship are also requirements for membership. Members must maintain creditable records throughout their mem¬ bership. JANICE PRUETT MRS. MILDRED MARTIN Vice-President Sponsor • m ARTHUR HAYS President Members First Row: (left to right): Barbara Duncan, Secretary; Lucy Meadows, Joann Curtis, Janice Pruett, Lois Norton, Jean Sprinkle, Reporter; Jane Long, and Alice Bradley. Second Row: Victoria Ray, Juanita Welch, Arthur Hays, Ronnie Henson, Douglas Slagle, and Anne Dean. Treasurer. S3 7 he Qmd Za dk " ... 1 1 1 V ‘ ffiWi L f ' ■ jrJTjE i IL z . 9 isp Ar ' t f A j J __ _ lit 1 1 a p ■ m if . 1 , i jfljL - j. OFFICERS (Left to right): David Cabo, Vice-President; Tex Corbin, President; Douglas Peek, Secretary; Ray Shepherd, Sentinel; Bill Crawford, Treasurer; Wayne Sheffield, Reporter; and Mr. Wayne Proffitt, Sponsor. The F. F. A. was created in order to teach the modern aspects of agricul¬ ture to boys who plan fanning as a career. Members learn to analyze soils, to raise livestock, and to prac¬ tice good soil, water, and forest con¬ servation. 84 Future Farmers of America Franklin High School Chapter First Row: (Left to Right): Robert Enloe, James Cook, Max Morgan, Bobby Bell, Duel Carpenter, Darrell Lee, Carroll Patton, and Johnny Dockery. Second Row: Thomas Fouts, David Enloe, Coleman Coggins, Eugene Pitts, Johnny Cabe, Kenneth McConnell, Bruce Hedden, Eddie Tippett, Ray Shepherd, Douglas Peek, Jerry Brown, and Calvin Rogers. Tlurd Row: Ray Kirkland, Lowell Crawford, George Higdon, Johnny Gibson, George Tallent, E. J. Bradley, Ray Drinnon, Harry Henry, Fred McCoy, Sam Crawford, Spike Maddox, and Alvin Elliot. Fourth Row: Ted Bingham, Larry Cabe, Billy Hughes, Larry Shope, Roy Henson, Wayne Sheffield, Mitchell Huggins, Lavaughn Stiwinter, Warren Henry, Joe Chastin, Jerry Sorrells, Lane Dalton, Kenneth Shepherd, Bill Crawford, and Guy Fouts. Fifth Row: Buddy Taylor, Dayton Mashburn, David Cabe, Steve Early, Larry Franklin, Brownloe Green, Milburn Clouse, Calvin Chastain, Charles Teem, Wayne Justice, James Cabe, Dean Conner, Howard Bishop Jerry Dooley, and Ray Conner. Sixth Rmv: Steve Stiles, Don Cabe, Tex Corbin, Jim Nolan, Jim Williams, Albert Justice, James Cabe, Wayne Ballew, Tommy Ashe, Douglas Teague, David C. Cabe, Ray Fox, and Bryant Holland. Standing: Mr. Wayne Proffitt, Sponsor. Parliamentary Procedure Team in action at the annual Father and Son Banquet FUTURE FARMERS BALANCE PROGRAM F. F. A. Display at the County Fair, 1959 Top Three at W. N. C. Fat Stock Show and Sale, 1959 F. F. A.’s Annual Father and Son Banquet in the spring. 85 . . " ]Ike h iead that (bmi l ' iue " . . Future Homemakers of America The Future Homemakers of America was designed to make the homes of tomorrow better than the homes of yesterday and today. Girls learn the art of cooking, sewing, and keeping house. Members also learn of foods and customs of other lands. OFFICERS: First Row: Roseanne Cabe, Historian; and Carol Ann Hedden, Vice-President. Second Row: Mrs. Carolyn Cogan, Sponsor; Sally Bateman, Secretary; and Ann Heafner, Treasurer. Absent from picture is Juanita Welch, President. Row One: (Left to right): Brenda Shook, Wanda McIntyre, Lucy Meadows, Shirley Reynolds, Hope Smith, Freda Holland, Linda Ledford, Ann Blaine, Carol Ann Hedden, Wanda Hug¬ gins, Roseanne Cabe, Nancy Howard,.Judy McFalls, Ann Roane, Lyn West, Ann Heafner, Patsy Norton and Linda Sanders. Row Two: (left to right): Ann Huscusson, Genevive Nichols, Lois Norton, Linda Higdon, Martha McCall, Carla Hall, Char¬ lene Chasfain, Hidden, Elizabeth Ammons, Brenda Tallent. Mary Jo Swafford, Glenda Holt, Judy Evans, Sue Hughes, Carolyn Holbrooks, Victoria Ray, Juanita Welch, Sally Bateman, and Bena Lee McClure. 86 ... " 4 Aain. WmU A-vi ALL " ... Student Council The Student Council is composed of one representa¬ tive elected by each homeroom. Each person is respon¬ sible for representing his homeroom at council meet¬ ings, and, in turn, representing the Student Council in his homeroom. The Student Council provides leader¬ ship, promotes good citizenship, and encourages loyalty to Franklin High School. OFFICERS Seated: Douglas Pearson, President. Standing: Clarence Seay, Vice-President; and Linda Morrow, Secretary-Treasurer. Student Council Members: Seated (left to right); Julia Ann Shields, Sandra Norton, Betty Williamson, Lois Vanhook, Linda Cochran, Juanita Welch, Rebecca Grant, Clarence Seay, Douglas Pearson, Linda Morrow, Sylvia Ledford, Mary Lou Cabe, Elmyra Ledford, Sharon Duvall, and Carol Thompson. Standing: Frances Hylton, Arthur Hays, Bob Dinnes, Sonny Burrell, Martti Haapakoski, Ronnie Henson, Gary Crawford, Carolyn Shook, Sara Lee Bryson, and Carol Ann IJedden. 87 .. " ' l il tke Q iaue " ... Boys’ Monogram Club The membership of the two Monogram Clubs is composed of students who have earned letters in some school athletic pro¬ gram or by being a cheerleader. The clubs sponsor various activities during the year, such as a Faculty-Student basketball game, to earn money for their activities. OFFICERS (Left to right): Jim Franklin, Secretary-Treasurer; Butch Angell, President; and Ronnie Evans, Vice-President. First Row (left to right): Tommy Roten, Tommy Hunt, Teddy Clark, Ronnie Mason, Spike Daniels, Charles Slagle, Butch Angel 1, and Ronnie Evans. Second Row: Kenneth Hall, Tommy Kiser, Sammy Tallent, Douglas Slagle, Jimmy Williams, Clarence Seay. Jim Franklin, Fred Bulgin, and Earl Angel. Third Row: Johnny Taylor, Robert Wallace, Guy Fonts, Douglas Baird, Ronnie Higdon, Douglas Pearson, David Simpson, Guy Duvall, Douglas Young, and Donald Clay. 88 £ cablet J.etie ' i ' ' .. Girls’ Monogram Club The purpose and activities of the Girls’ Monogram Club are essentially the same as the Boys ' Monogram Club. Until this year the boys and girls belonged to the same club; however, the club decided to separate into two clubs. OFFICERS (Left to right): Shirley Lenoir, Vice-President; El- myra Ledford, Secretary-Treasurer; and Edith Shef¬ field, President. First Row: (left to right): Mary Lou Cube, Janice Bowman, Jewel Fox, Sara Lee Bryson, Polly Hedden, Mary Sue Reynolds, and Gloria Hedden. Second Row: Elmyra Ledford, Jessie Car¬ penter, Nora Stuart, Virginia Boyd, Mrs. Rosalie C. Corbin, Sponsor; Dorothy Stockton, Shirley Lenoir, Edith Sheffield, and Joyce Cole. 89 Spanish Club 2uixxvte " . OFFICERS (Left to right): Miss Shirley Cloer, Sponsor; Allene Williamson, Vice- President; Max Gladwell, President; and Gloria Jean Hedden, Secre¬ tary-Treasurer. Students who are taking Spanish formed the Spanish Club to make Spanish more meaningful, through the Spanish Club, members learn the customs of Spanish-speak¬ ing countries. Many of the members write to Spanish pen pals. -■ Mm First Row: (left to right): Dorothy Bell, Thelma Shope, Anna Pattillo, Hilda Sanders, Judy McFalls, Ann Roane, Betty Raby, Virginia Gladwell, Ann Bell, Carol Dene Evitt, Nancy Berry, Linda Ledford, June Wells, Janice Pruitt,Lois Norton, June Baldwin, Alice Seagle, and Miss Shirley Cloer, Sponsor. Second Row: Dwain Downs, Caroll Watkins, Betty Youag, Linda Shope, Peggy Dills, Janet Holland, Linda Rickman, Katherine Pouts, Carolyn Myers, Brenda Cunningham, Allene Williamson, Margaret Swan, Martha Angel, Elmyra Ledford, Kathy Rhodes, Betty Ray, Nora Stuart, Barbara Cunningham, Gail Fernandez, Gloria Hedden, and Betty Cloer. Third Row: Max Gladwell, Kenneth Jones, Brenda Shook, Pat Newman, Genevieve Whitmire, Judy Blaine, Virginia Boyd, Judy Evans, Emma Siler, Nancy Cochran, Jessie Marie Mashburn, Patsy Moses, Rose- anne Cabe, Nancy Whittington, Martha Blaine, Mary Lou Cabe, Jessie Carpenter, Patricia Shope, and Ann Pennington. Fourth Row: Ronnie Henson, Patsy Gibson, Nancy Dowle, Betty Williamson, Steve Cabe, Wayne Haire, Eugene Norton, Wayne Seabock, Charles Slagle, Steve Bundy, Larry Dryman, Teddy Clark, Clarence Seay, Ronnie Evans, Kenneth Hall, Ronnie Mason, Carol Nelson, and Carolyn Haithcock. Fifth Row: Douglas Seay, George Dowdle, Jerry Patton, Gary Crawford, Bob Dinnes, Douglas Baird, Fred Bulgin, Jim Franklin, Kenneth Holden, David Simpson, Robert Vinson, Gary Calloway, Bill Hurst, Howard Burch, Tommy McCollum, Bill Hyde, and Arthur Hays. 90 OFFICERS First Row: (left to right): Carol Calloway, Librarian; Janice Bowman, Secretary; Linda Higdon, President; Patricia Shope, Treasurer; and Barbara Duncan, Parliamentarian. Second Row: Jean Sprinkle, Vice- President; Barbara Cunningham, Song Leader; Johnny Crawford, Historian; and Mr. L. CL Howard, Sponsor. The Future Teachers of America strives to interest stu¬ dents in becoming teachers. The F. T. A. promotes the reali¬ zation of the value of education tr the American way of life. F. T. A. Club First Row: (left to right): Bobby Gerwig, Paul Cabe, and John Crawford. Second Row: Emma Siler, Barbara Cunningham, Pauline Morgan, Barbara Medlin, Hilda Sanders, Jean Sprinkle, Jane Long, and Ann Pennington. Third Row: Margaret Evitt, Janice Bowman, Linda Higdon, Katherine Jones, Patricia Shope, Janice Pruett, Jo Ann Curtis, Linda Cochran, Joan Pruett, and Ida Mae Ramey. Fourth Row: Mr. L. C. Howard, Sponsor; Louise Pennington, Sylvia Ledford, Barbara Duncan, Jane Mallonee, Carole Gregory, Carol Calloway, Lois Norton, Mary Jo Henderson, Anne Dean, and Sue Matthews. 91 Chess Club MadieM of jbeceit " ... OFFICERS (Left to right): Butch Angell, King, (President); Bill Wooten, Bishop (Vice-President); Mr. Clayton Ramsey, Sponsor; and Mac Bryant, Knight (Secretarij-Treasurer). The Chess Club was formed for the purpose of im¬ proving the quality of each member’s game. It also allows an introduction to tournament chess and a possi¬ bility to play with other high schools. The ability to play chess is recognized as a social asset to the individual. hirst Rote: (le ft to right): Douglas Ledford, Kenneth Jones, Jim Shuford, I ssf Leatherwood, Leo Holland, Turner Bryson, Leroy Shuler, and Butch Angel. Second Row. Landy Pendergrass, Gary Crawford, Bill Craw¬ ford, Paul Cabo, Jimmy Sutton, Fred Bulgin, and Mac Bryant. Third Row: Harold Thompson, Eddie Long, Ralph Shepherd, Robert Wallace, Douglas Young, Donald Hall, Bill Wooten, and Gary Peek. 92 Girls’ ' GJ GhurtmaT Gawl ' ' . Glee Club OFFICERS Seated: Alice Bradley, President. Standing (left to right): Sara Lee Bryson, Secretary-Treasurer; Mr. Roy M. Biddle, ]r., Sponsor; and Margaret Swan, Vice-President. By singing with the glee club, the members realize the satisfaction of singing with fellow students and pro¬ viding enjoyment of good music for themselves and others. The members of the club have been able to bring to the students, faculty, and citizens of Macon County the fruits of their labor through the Christmas, Spring, and Graduation concerts. First Raw: (left to right): June Baldwin, Betty Ann Young, Linda Whita¬ ker, Nancy Whittington, Sylvia Ledford, June Wells, Patsy Cunningham, Ida Mae Ramey, Brenda Cunningham, Joan Pruett, Kathy Rhodes, Emma Siler, and Mr. Roy M. Biddle, Jr., Sponsor. Second Row: Janice Thompson, Linda Rickman, Alice Bradley, Katherine Fonts, Susie Henson, Barbara Medlin, Ann Fagg, Margaret Swan, Dwain Downs, Linda Cochran, Juanita Johnson, Linda York, and Linda Tallent. Third Row: Malinda Henson, Carolyn Shook, Ann Heafner, Lyn West, Brenda Tallent, Linda Ledford, Martha Blaine, Carolyn Myers, Judy Evans, Betty Ray, Patr icia Ray, and Nancy Cochran. Fourth Row: Sarah Jane Berry, Suzanne Cunningham, Charlene Chastain, Gloria Pickens, Sara Lee Bryson, Jane Mallonee, Sandra Henson, Nancy Hunter, Patsy Watts, and Ann Huscusson. Fifth Row: Janice Stewart, Ruth Gillespie, Betty Ann Bulgin, Sandra Norton, Marcia Kay Olson, Cherry Vaughn, Linda Southards, Conda Ward, Jeanne Jacobs, Anne Blaine, and Roseanne Cabe. Sixth Row; Bertha Bumgarner, Judy Blaine, Vianne Keener, Gail Fernandez, Nora Stuart, anil Carmen Roberson. 93 .. " MamtenA- 9n HuAineTi " . .. F. B. L. A. Club The Future Business Leaders of America was formed to give young people the experience of planning and working together and carry out a business meeting. The F. B. L. A. helps young people to realize that the future of America depends upon mutual understanding and cooperation of business, industry, labor, churches, schools, and of the people of our own and foreign lands. OFFICERS First Row: (left to right): Wanda Huggins, Vice-President; and Carolyn Holbrooks, Secretary. Second Row: Carole Nelson, Parlia¬ mentarian; Linda Tallent, Historian; Marilyn Williams, Reporter; Judy Price, President; Nancy Whittington, Treasurer; and Mrs. E. G. Crawford, Sponsor. hirst Row: (left to right): Polly Hedden, Lucille McClure, Jane Cagle, and Patsy Cunningham. Second Row: Wanda Huggins, Carolyn Holbrook, Jo Ann McClure, Linda Brendle, Gloria Pickens, Clara Cabe, and Carolyn Haithcock. Third Row: Wanda McIntyre, Estell Britton, Judy Price, Nancy Whittington, Beulah Watson, Carole Nelson, and Mrs. E. C. Crawford, Sponsor. Fourth Row: Marilyn Williams, Douglas Crisp, Tommy Evans, Kenneth Mash- burn, Earl Elliot, Turner Bryson, and J. E. Emory. 94 Safety Patrol .. r UJa ' i and Peace " ... The Safety Patrol was created to promote the obser¬ vance of safety rules by students. The principal activity of the club consists of helping to direct traffic during school. The club helps to direct traffic and police the school grounds at night activities of the school. MR. FRANK RAMSEY, JR. Sponsor First Row: (left to right): Gary Young, Gary Crawford. Dennis Haapakoski, Charles Slagle, David Simpson, Tommy McCollum, Vinson, and Steve Bundy. Second Row: Dickie Early, Douglas and Howard Burch. Slagle, Jerry Clark, and Teddy Clark. Third Row: Martti 95 .. ke keadet ' A Quide " . .. Library Club The Library Club is a local unit of the North Carolina High School Library Association. Through participation in the various library activities, all mem¬ bers of the club have an opportunty for personal growth and development. The N.CTI.S.L.A. is a means of exploring library work as a profession. OFFICERS Standing: (left to right): Gary Crawford, Vice-President; Paul Cube, President; and Mrs. Mamie Y. Scroggs- Sponsor, Seated: Nancy Jane Burch, Treasurer; Mary Jo Waldroop, Secretary; and Robert Vinson, Reporter. First Row: (left to right): Pauline Ashe, Patricia Ashe, Evelyn Dills, Thelma Shope, Anna Pattillo, Johnnie Collins, Kenneth Jones, Nancy Jane Burch, and Linda Henderson. Second Row: John Crawford, Malinda Henson, Blanche Smith, Julia Ann Shields, Pauline Morgan, Claudetta McCoy, Nancy Howard, Louise Pennington, Paulette McCoy, Mary Jo Waldroop, and June Baldwin. Third Row: Mrs. Mamie Scroggs, Sponsor; Gary Crawford, Mac Bryant, Steve Bundy, Carmen Roberson Tommy McCollum, Jimmy Clark, Robert Vinson, Bill Walker, Paul Cabe, and Billy Crawford. 96 Features VStep ' to tke Senior MOST COURTEOUS Ronald Bradley and Mary Frances Ammons Some people may think courtesy is square, To prove that wrong is the aim of this pair. In work or play these two excel. And all do want to know them well. BEST ALL ROUND Douglas Slagle and Shirley Lenoir 98 Superlatives NEATEST Ronnie Evans and Wanda Huggins Always immaculate, not overly-dressed, We can always find them looking their best. MOST DIGNIFIED Max Gladwell and Barbara Duncan Her charm and grace, his poise and mien Make this pair an asset to any scene. " " ify. 99 Senior MOST HANDSOME and PRETTIEST Douglas Vinson and Nora Stuart O Tlwir looks enhance the lovlicst dreams, And entice all hearts it surely seems. In case they should miss the road to success, We know that they’ll find the one that is. best. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Juanita Welch and Arthur Hays 100 mum Superlatives MOST STUDIOUS Martti Haapakoski and Janice Pruett Although education conics from the hooks , One would never know it by their good looks. Here indeed we Always willing to do find quite a pair, more than their share. BEST CITIZENS Ann Bell and Ralph Angell 101 Senior MOST ATHLETIC joyce Cole and Douglas Pearson Compared with great champions, they might rank small. But in our school—they’re nine feet tall. For this they are known throughout our class; Their jokes and pranks cannot be surpassed. CLASS WITS Polly Hedden and jerry Patton - 102 Superlatives BEST SPORTS Editli Sheffield and Guy Duvall Whether strolling in the rain or picnicing in the snow; They are mighty fine, as their classmates all know. Their talent will bring them fortune some day; For they’ve started young and are well on their way. MOST TALENTED Judy Blaine and Ronnie Henson 103 Senior BEST PERSONALITY Gloria Jean Heclden and Fred Bulgin If their actions continue to he the same, “Personality Plus , ’ loill win them fame. They are friendly to one and friendly to all; In numbers their admirers are far from small. MOST POPULAR Brenda Cunningham and Tommy Roten 104 Superlatives MOST INFLUENTIAL Earl Angel and Gail Fernandez In the midst of confusion and debate. Their ideas and suggestions are the ones that rate. A sweet smile from her, a sly wink from him, Who can resist such attention from them? CLASS FLIRTS Frank Cabe and Vianne Keener 105 Outstanding Seniors .. 9t Mifkt He BUTCH ANGELL Laurel Leaf Staff Co-Captain of Football Team .ALICE BRADLEY Laurel Leaf Staff Beta Club JOYCE COLE C : f GirTi Basketball Tca i Monogram Club BARBARA DUNCAN .ARTHUR HAYS Editor-in-Chicf. The Laurel Leaf St Secretary of Beta Club President of Beta Club GLORLA JEAN HEDDEN Cheerleader Senior Class Secretary 106 Outstanding Seniors RONNIE HENSON Boys’ State Beta Club JANE LONG Mountain Echo Staff Beta Club DOUGLAS PEARSON Senior Class President Student Body President DOUGLAS SLAGLE Vice-President of Senior Class Laurel Leaf Staff NORA STUART Head Cheerleader Mountain Echo Staff JUANITA WELCH Future Homemakers of America Beta Club 107 Senior Honor Students We salute these students who throughout their four years of high school have con¬ scientiously striven to reach this high goal. We realize the amount of effort and determina¬ tion which achieving this honor represents. JANICE PRUETT Valedictorian BARBARA DUNCAN Salutatorian ALICE BRADLEY JOANN CURTIS ANNE DEAN MAX GLADWELL ARTHUR HAYS RONALD HENSON JANE LONG LUCY MEADOWS LOIS NORTON VICTORIA RAY DOUGLAS SLAGLE JEAN SPRINKLE JUANITA WELCH 108 I lie students who Become 1 1111ic r Marshals r use students ha e maintained a scholastic ie assist in tlie commencement exercises at tin rent of their class hi eh school careers JANICE BOWMAN ANN BELL NANCY COCHRAN CARY CRAW FORD EMMA JEAN IIOGAN DWAIN DOW NS PATSY CORBIN SUE MATTHEW S ELMYRA LEDFORD BILL HYDE 11 ANITA JOHNSON PATRICIA SHORE LINDA SHOPE LINDA MORROW IDA MAE RAMEY GENEVIEVE WIHTMIRE • ALLENE W ILLIAMSON Junior Marshals LOIS VAN HOOK Sophomore Honor Students NANCY BERRY NANCY BURCH JANICE CABE PAUL CABE ROSEANNE CABE CAROL CALLOWAY BETTY CLOER JOHN CRAWFORD NANCY DOWDLE JEWEL FOX PATSY FULCHER JEANNE JACOBS LINDA McCLURE PATSY MOSES SHIRLEY REYNOLDS ROBERT VINSON CHARLES WALDROOP WADE WALDROOP JIMMY WILLIAMS BETTY WILLAMSON Each year the students of the sophomore class who have maintained the highest scholastic average through their freshman and sophomore years are chosen to serve at the Junior-Senior Banquet, which takes place in the spring. 110 . . ' ' V 7 ' hlncj, of Qeautu. Homecoming Queen Miss Betty Cloer, sophomore, was chosen 1960 Homecoming Queen at Franklin High School this year. She and her court reigned at the Homecoming game and dance in the fall. Ill Homecoming GLORIA JEAN 1IEDDEN Maid-of-IIonor Senior VIRGINIA BOYD Junior ALICE BRADLEY Senior 112 MARY LOU CABE Junior Court JANE CAGLE Junior SIIARON DUVALL Fresh man LINDA LEATIIERMAN Freshman LINDA SHORE Junior ELNIYRA LEDFORD Junior 113 NORA STUART Senior Mif £ev-en.al UJ ildi - " ... Students’ International The Students’ International is dedicated to freedom of speech, for at the organiza¬ tion’s frequent meetings, the members dis¬ cuss and analyze current world events and present original ideas on world problems. Newly formed this year, the organization’s goal is to promote better citizenship in our nation and world. OFFICERS (Left to right): Arthur Hays, President; Gary Crawford, Treasurer; Barbara Duncan, Secretary; and Martti Haapakoski, Vice-President. 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