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

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WM if B Table of Contens Administration. 9 Seniors . 15 Juniors . 45 Sophomores.. 57 Freshmen. 65 Sports . 73 Activities . 85 Features . 105 Advertisements . 115 Panthers going after that opening jump. (Top): Searching for the unknowns in Mr. Howard’s class. (Bottom): Looking toward the future at College Day. 3 4 In troduction Wheels require energy to produce motion. Our lives also require energy to produce motion. We must have this essential energy in the forms of faith, hope, initiative, and ambition. We should constantly push forward, take on new responsibilities, accept new challenges, and strive for im¬ provement. We must seek newer and higher goals to which we should aspire, continuously endeavoring to attain these and set up even higher ones. In the future, to excel will be to succeed. The Laurel Leaf Staff of 1962 feels that as you step out into this modern, different world, you should apply the en¬ ergy within you to the fullest, remain dauntless of disappoint¬ ment and attempt to improve and progress further. MR. J. L. WEST, JR. Appreciation We, The Laurel Leaf Staff of 1962, wish to express our sincere appreciation to Mr. J. L. West, Jr., who has given so unselfishly of his time and talents for various school functions. The services that he has rendered to our school will long be remembered. 6 MR. ROY BIDDLE, JR. edica tion During the years that Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Biddle, Jr., were at Franklin High School, they contributed much to the improvement of our school. Mrs. Biddle was an inspiring English teacher and served as a creative sponsor of The Laurel Leaf. Mr. Biddle did outstanding work with the chorus and the Student’s International Discussion Club. He taught business and social studies. You left many memories to Franklin High School, and we hope that you find happiness and satisfaction in your new school. We, the Yearbook Staff, dedicate to you, Mr. and Mrs. Biddle, this 1962 edition of The Laurel Leaf. The Laurel Leaf Staff MR. DILLARD L. MORROW CAROL CALLOWAY LINDA SUE PHILLIPS PAUL CABE ROBERT VINSON LARRY BURCH JEANNE JACOBS SONNY BURRELL CHARLES WALDROOP DONNA STEWART JERRY CLARK JANICE STEWART JOHN CRAWFORD LINDA HENDERSON DON DAVENPORT MARTHA ANGEL Sponsor Editor Assistant Editor Senior Editor Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Sports Editor Activities Editor Features Editor Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Manager Copy Editor Photographer 8 © ’Ike Quidinq ItijJd . Administration r r MR. H. BUECK Superintendent of Macon County Schools PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE TO THE SENIORS Seniors, I am confident that your current success will always challenge you to seek high¬ er ideals and greater achievements. You should never be satisfied with anything less than a continuous demonstration that you are striv¬ ing to live the “good life.” MR. HARRY C. CORBIN Principal MRS. CONNIE H. CAMPBELL Secretary to the Principal 10 Facul ty MR. GLENN C. CLARK Western Carolina College Biology, General Science, and The Student Council MRS. CAROLYN C. COGAN Queens College Home Economics and The Future Homemakers of America MISS DARLENE J. COLLINS Western Carolina College Business and The Mountain Echo MR. GRADY W. CORBIN Western Carolina College Social Studies and Assistant Football Coach MRS. ROSALIE C. CORBIN Woman’s College, U.N.C., Western Carolina College Physical Education, Girls’ Basketball Coach, and Girls Monogram Club MR. LONNIE H. CRAWFORD Western Carolina College Mathematics and Assistant J.V. Football Coach MRS. MARJORIE H. CRAWFORD Western Carolina College Business and The Future Business Leaders of America MR. MERRITT POUTS Western Carolina College Business 11 MISS RUBY FOX Western Carolina College English and The Dramatics Club MRS. LOIS F. FULTON Woman’s College, U.N.C. Mathematics and The Future Teachers of America MISS JACQUELINE HARRIS Western Carolina College English and The Dramatics Club MR. JAMES F. HARWELL Memphis State College Music, Band, and Chorus Facul ty MISS JEAN HEMPHILL Columbia College, University of Tennessee Jewelry, and Arts and Crafts MR. L. C. HOWARD, JR. Western Carolina College Mathematics and The Hi Pi Club MRS. MILDRED R. MARTIN Woman’s College, U.N.C. Biology and The Beta Club 12 MRS. KATHRYN P. MATTHEWS Woman’s College, U.N.C. English MISS JOY McCOLLUM Western Carolina College English, French, and Spanish MR. DILLARD L. MORROW Western Carolina College English and The Laurel Leaf MRS. KATHERINE L. PERRY Woman’s College, U.N.C. Social Studies Faculty MISS JEAN PHILLIPS Western Carolina College English, World History, and The Future Teachers of America MR. WAYNE PROFFITT Berea College Agriculture and The Future Farmers of America MR. TOMMY RABY Western Carolina College Social Studies, J.V. Football Coach, and Boys Basketball Coach 13 Faculty MR. CLAYTON H. RAMSEY Western Carolina College Science, Mechanical Drawing, and The Students International Discussion Club MR. FRANK L. RAMSEY, JR. Mars Hill College and Western Carolina College Driver Training and Safety Patrol MRS. UNA SETSER Western Carolina College Mathematics MRS. MAMIE Y. SCROGGS High Point College and George Peabody College for Teachers Librarian and The Library Club MRS. BERTHA E. STANDLEY Fredonia State Normal School, Carver School of Missions and Social Work Spanish, English, and The Spanish Club MRS. MARIE P. STEWART Woman’s College, U.N.C. English MRS. MYRA S. WALDROOP Woman’s College, U.N.C. General Science and Chemistry MISS FRANCES WINSTEAD Limestone College Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Guidance and The Student Council 14 Seniors " QllmpAe 7he tf-uluAe . . IflJl wmm Senior Officers Standing (left to right): ARVIL HOLLAND, Vice-President; SAMMY TALLENT, President. Seated: JANICE CABE, Secretary; SARA LEE BRYSON, Treasurer. 16 EDDIE ADAMS DON ANGEL DONALD ANDERSON MARTHA ANGEL JIMMY ANDERSON NANNIE BELLE ANGEL Class of 1962 They put into practice the Golden Rule, That makes them a credit to Franklin High School. BEST CITIZENS JUDY EVANS AND BOB DINNES 17 A-wS The wins they accept with smiles on their faces, The losses they meet in the best of graces. BEST SPORTS JOHNNY TAYLOR AND CAROLYN MYERS Class of 1962 CARROLL ARNOLD WANDA BAILEY ■BMi WALLACE BAKER WAYNE BALLEW JIMMY BATEMAN 18 CAROLYN BATES NANCY BERRY EUGENE BATES TED BINGHAM N NELSON BATES BILLY BISHOP Class of 1962 In sports they’re not always considered “greased lightning,” But when the last whistle blows, they’re still in there fighting.” MOST ATHLETIC JEWEL FOX AND JIMMY WILLIAMS 19 Their gracious manner, their dignity Is evident for all to see. MOST DIGNIFIED ALDA WALDROOP AND RONNIE HIGDON Class of 1962 ANNE BLAINE E. J. BRADLEY PHYLLIS SUE BRENDLE MARION BRYSON MORRIS BRYSON 20 SARA BRYSON ERWIN BURRELL STEVE BUCHANAN GERTRUDE CABE NANCY BURCH LOUISE CABE JANICE CABE JOHNNY CABE LORETTA CABE 21 ANN CABE CAROL CALLOWAY PAUL CABE ROSANNE CABE DELMA CARPENTER MATTIE KAY CARPENTER OLIVIA CARPENTER TOM CHASTAIN BETTY CLOER JOHNNIE COLLINS ALICE COOK HERBERT CRISP DENNIS CRUNKLETON JOHN CRAWFORD RAYMOND CRUNKLETON Class of 1962 We expect something great from this talented two, At whatever in life they decide to do. MOST TALENTED ANNE BLAINE AND STEVE BUCHANAN 23 Now we honor this lad and lass Who were voted most popular in their class. MOST POPULAR CAROL IIEDDEN AND ARVIL HOLLAND Class of 1962 HERSHEL CUNNINGHAM DONALD DAVENPORT JUDY DAVIS PEGGY DEITZ JANICE DILLS 24 BOB DINNES JUDY EVANS NANCY DOWDLE CAROL DENE EVITT RAY DRINNON RAY FOX Class of 1962 Their aims are high, their grades are too, More studious people in this world are few. m t-M , ' 25 MOST STUDIOUS JOHN CRAWFORD AND NANCY JANE BURCH To be courteous is natural for this lad and lass, Thats’ why they were chosen the best in their class. MOST COURTEOUS LINDA McCLURE AND E. J. BRADLEY Class of 1962 JEWEL FOX LARRY FRANKLIN PATSY FULCHER LEE GARNER DICKIE GIBSON 26 RUTH GIBSON VIRGINIA GLADWELL PAT GIBSON BUELAH GRAHAM DORIS CILES ALEX GRANT MARILYN GWINNER CAROL ANN HEDDEN HARRY HENRY 27 WARREN HENRY RONNIE HIGDON ARVIL HOLLAND JANET HOLLAND MARTHA HOLLAND SHIRLEY HOUSTON NANCY HOWARD TOBY HUGHES EDDIE HUNTER 28 JEANNE JACOBS RANDY JONES FRANKIE JONES ALBERT JUSTICE KENNETH JONES DEAN JUSTICE Class of 1962 Their influence is felt by all, Impressions are made, both large and small. MOST INFLUENTIAL SAMMY TALLENT AND ROSANNE CABE 29 She’s pretty as a picture, he’s handsome as can be, And why these two were chosen, it’s very plain to see. PRETTIEST AND MOST HANDSOME CAROLYN SHOOK AND CLYDE McCALL Class of 1962 JANICE KELL DEANE LEDFORD SYLVIA LEDFORD WILBUR LEDFORD JESSIE MASHBURN 30 RONNIE MASHBURN CLYDE McCALL DORIS MASON EDDIE MASON LINDA McCLURE DORIS ANN McCONNELL Class of 1962 Mr. and Miss Neatness, here you can see, That title they ' ve earned, Don’t you agree? NEATEST LARRY FRANKLIN AND MARY JO SWAFFORD 31 In spring or in winter, in summer or in fall, This best all around couple will answer their call. BEST ALL AROUND SARA BRYSON AND WADE WALDROOP Class of 1962 ‘ er $ CLAUDETTA McCOY RANDALL McDOWELL SHIRLEY McGAHA BARBARA MEDLIN DON MOFFIT 32 PATSY MOSES MAX MORGAN CAROLYN MYERS PAT NEWMAN LEWIS NICHOLSON PAT NORTON EUGENE NORTON MARY PENLAND GARY PHILLIPS 33 PAT NEWMAN AND GEORGE WALLACE Class of 1962 (riCMHBdRai! DAVID RABY BETTY RAY KAREN RAY WALTER REID SHIRLEY REYNOLDS 34 GILMER ROPER WAYNE SEABOCK HILDA SANDERS ALICE SEAGLE JUANITA SANDERS BRENDA SHOOK Class of 1962 Whatever task they set out to do. They’ll come out on top, as vve expect them to. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED ROBERT VINSON AND JEANNE JACOBS 35 CAROLYN SHOOK EHEL SORRELLS DEAN SPRINKLE KATIE STANFIELD LAVAUGHN STIWINTER 36 BENNY SWAFFORD MILDRED TALLENT BARBARA TALLEY EVELYN TALLENT SAMMY TALLENT JOAN THOMAS MARY JO SWAFFORD NANCY TALLENT JOHNNY TAYLOR 37 EDDIE TIPPETT ALDA WALDROOP GEORGE WALLACE ROBERT VINSON CHARLES WALDROOP WADE WALDROOP BILL WALKER DONNIE WALLACE EVA NELL WELCH 38 LYN WEST BILL WILLIAMS DORRIS WIGGINS BETTY SUE WILLIAMSON JIMMY WILLIAMS HOMER YONCE Class of 1962 “Personality Plus” is how they are rated, Much happiness in life for them’s contemplated. BEST PERSONALITY EDDIE HUNTER AND BETTY RAY 39 Senior D irectory ADAMS, DONALD EDGAR, Motto: “All is well that ends well.” Future Plans: Business College. ANDERSON, DONALD MAX, Motto: “You’ll find out!” Activities: Stage Crew, 2; Bus Patrol, 2; Chorus, 2; Wrestling, 3. (At Annandle, Virginia.) Future Plans: Navy. ANDERSON, JAMES MURMAN, Motto: “You must have long-range goals to keep from being frustrated by short-range failures.” Future Plans: Undecided. ANGEL, DON LEWIS, Motto: “It’s not how much you know but what you know.” Future Plans: Undecided. ANGEL, MARTHA FRANCES, Motto: “Closed mouths gather no feet.” Ac¬ tivities: The Laurel Leaf , 3,4;Math Club, 3,4; Spanish Club,2,3,4; Enter¬ tainment Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet, 1; Decoration Committee f or Junior-Senior Banquet, 3; Refreshment Committee, chairman, College Day, 4; Editor’s Roundtable, 3,4. Future Plans: College ANGEL, NANNIE BELLE, Motto: “It is not what you have lost, but what you have left that counts.” Future Plans: Work. ARNOLD, CARROLL RICHARD, Motto: “Have fun while you are young.” Future Plans: Undecided. BAILEY, THELMA JUANITA, Motto: “Never worry about j our station in life, someone will always tell you where to get off.” Activities: Future Home¬ makers 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 3,4; Chours 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; College Day Committee 4. Future Platis: Beauty School. BAKER, MACK WALLACE, Motto: “Always do what you can today and let the rest go until tomorrow.” Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: College. BALLEW, WAYNE, Motto: “Better late than never.” Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4. Future Plans: Undecided. BATEMAN, CLYDE, Motto: “Smile and the world smiles with you.” Activi¬ ties: 4-H Club 1,2; Football 3; Arrangement Committee for Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3. Future Plans: Trade School or Brick Masonry. BATES, CAROLYN JUANITA, Motto: “It is not how long, but how well we live.” Activities: Library Culb 4; F.H.A. 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Program Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Business School. BATES, EUGENE ROGER, Motto: “Work wins everything.” Future Plans: Undecided. BATES, NELSON WAYNE, Motto: “Live and let live.” Future Plans: Unde¬ cided. BERRY, NANCY J., Motto: “Success is never final and failure is never fatal. It’s courage that counts.” Activities: Spanish Club 2,3; Sophomore Server 2; Food Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Library Club 4; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans: College. BINGHAM, TEDDIE HATFIELD, Motto: “Never give up without a fight; Better yet never give up.” Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Arrangement Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet, 3. Future Plans: Service. BISHOP, WILLIAM ISSAC, Motto: “Live and learn; die and forget it all.” Future Plans: Undecided. BLAINE, ANNE ELIZABETH, Motto: “The wheel that squeaks the loudest gets the grease.” Activities: Chorus 2,3; F.H.A. 2,3,4; Future Teachers 3; Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3; College Day Committee 4; Editor’s Roundtable 3; Senior Superlative 4; Homeroom secretary 2. Future Plans: Richmond Professional Institute. BRADLEY, EDWARD JUDSON, Motto: “We win not what we can carry in our hands, but conquer what we learn.” Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 4; Student Council 3; Senior Superlative 4; Chairman for the Arrangement com¬ mittee for the Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: College or U. S. A. F. BRENDLE, PHYLLIS SUE, Motto: “To do for the world more than the world does for you—that is success.” Activities: Chorus 1; Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3; F.B.L.A. 4. Future Plans: Kings Business College BRYSON, MARION, Motto: “Do unto others before they have half a chance to do you.” Future Plans: College. BRYSON, SAMUEL MORRIS, Motto: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Activities: Arrangement Committee for the Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet. Future Plans: College. BRYSON, SARA LEE, Motto: “Walk boldy and wisely. . . . There is a hand above that will help thee on.” Activities: President of Freshman Class 1; Treasurer of Senior Class 4; Student Council 1,2,3; Girls Monogram Club 2,3,4; Vice-President 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Girls Glee Club 1,2; Girls’ State 1961; Chairman of Decoration Committeen for Junior-Senior Banquet 3; College Day Committee 4; and Senior Superlative 4. Future Plans: College. BUCHANAN, STEVE MILTON, Motto: “To me the highest thing, after God, is my honor.” Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4; College Day Committee 4; Senior Superlative 4. Future Plans: College. BURCH, NANCY JANE, Motto: “Labor omnia vincit” (Labor triumphs over all). Activities: Library Club 1,2,3,4; Western Carolina Field Day 1,2; Beta Club 3,4; Sophomore Server 2; Rotary Banquet 1,2,3; United Nations Study and Speaking Program 3; Applicant to American Field Service 3; Junior Marshal 3; Receiving Line Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Senior Superlative; Advance Information Committee for College Day 4. Future Plans: College. BURRELL, ERWIN DENTON, Motto: “Take a fool’s advice and treat her right.” Future PlaJis: U. S. Air Force. CABE, GERTRUDE VIRGINIA, Motto: “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strengh and my redeemer.” Activities: Library Club 4, Secretary 4. Future Plans: Unde¬ cided. CABE, IDA LOUISE, Motto: “Life is short; why waste it being wrong?” Ac¬ tivities: Library Club 4; F.H.A. 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Program Committee for the Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Business school or work. CABE, JANICE RUTH, Motto: “You can fool some of the people all of the time all of the people some of the time; but you can’t fool all of the people all of the time.” Activities: Chorus 1,2,3; Basketball manager 2,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Sophomore Server 2; Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3; FBLA 4; Class secretary 3,4; Senior Superlative 4. Future Plans: Kings Business College. CABE, JOHNNY WOODROW, Motto: “Never hit a cripple or argue with a fool.” Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Judging Team 2,3,4. Future Plans: College. CABE, LORETTA SUE, Motto: “Conduct and courage lead to honor.” Ac¬ tivities: FHA 1,4; Program Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3. CABE, MARGARET ANN, Motto: “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help.” Activities: Library Club 4; F.H.A. 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Program Committee for the Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Business School or work. CABE, PAL L WILLIAM, Motto: “Esse quam videri” (To be rather than to seem) Activities: Rotary Club Banquet 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1,2, President 2; Future Teachers 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Student’s International Club 2,3,4, President 3, Reporter 4; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal; Chess Club 3; Math Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Annual Staff 3,4, Senior Editor 4; Mountain Echo 4, Sports Editor 4; W.C.C. Field Day 1, Civics; Editor’s Roundtable 3,4; 1st Place Winner United Nations Speaking and Study Contest; Chairman Decoration Committee Junior-Senior Banquet; Morehead Candidate 4. Future Plans: U. N. C. or Davidson. CABE, ROSANNE ELIZABETH, Motto: “A sensible girl should have enough sence not to try to look sensible.” Activities: Rotary Club Banquet 1; Student Council 1; FHA 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2,3; Mountain Echo staff 3; Sophomore Server 2; Junior Marshal 3; Senior Superlative 4; College Day Committee 4; Decoration Committee for the Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Editor’s Roundtable 3; Beta Club 4. Future Plans: Pfeiffer College. CALLOWAY, BARBARA CAROL, Motto: “The only way out of today’s misery is for people to become worthy of each other’s trust.” Activities: The Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4 Junior Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Editors Roundtable 3,4; FTA 1,2,3,4, Librarian 2; Treasurer 3; President 4; Girls’ State 3; Sophomore Server 2; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4, Program Chairman and Reporter 4; Beta Convention 3; Rotary Club Banquet 1,2,3; United Nations Speaking Contest 3; Spanish Club 3, Social Director 3; Math Club 3; Library Club 4, Social Director 4; Chairman of the Food Committee for the Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Intramural Basketball 2; Chairman of the Flower Committee for College Day 4; Student’s International Discussion Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,4; PTA Teenage panel 3. Future Plans: College. CARPENTER, DELMA JEAN, Motto: “Be honest in all you do for there are compensations in life beyond those which money can buy.” Activities: FBLA 3. Future Plans: Work. CARPENTER, MATTIE KAY, Motto: “Never part without loving words to think of during your absence; it may be that you will not meet again in life.” Activities: Mountain Echo Staff 4. Future Plans: Undecided. 40 Senior Directory CARPENTER, OLIVIA MARIE, Motto: “Never part without loving words to think for during your absence. It may be that you will not meet again in life.” Activities: Intramural basketball 2,3. Future Plans: Business College or office work. CHASTAIN, TOM, Motto: “They conquer who can.” Future Plans: Industrial employee. CLOER, BETTY RUTH, Motto: “Live deep, not fast.” Activities: JV Cheer- leaderl; Varsity cheerleader 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Basketball 1; Chorus 1; Class secretary-treasurer 1; Homecoming maid of Honor 1; Homecoming Queen 2; Sophomore Server 2; Spanish Club 2,3, Critic 3; Rotary Honor Banquet 1,2,3; Student Body Secretary-treasurer 3; Junior Marshal 3; Beta Club 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Math Club 3; Decoration Com¬ mittee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Reception Committee for College Day 4. Future Plans: College. COLLINS, JOHNNIE LENOA, Motto: “Smile at your fellowman for tomorrow he may be on the jury of your trial.” Activities: FHA 1; Intramural Basketball 2; Entertainment Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Undecided. COOK, ALICE LEE, Motto: “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help.” Activities: FHA 3,4; Food Committee Junior-Senioi Banquet 3. Future Plans: Undecided. CRAWFORD, JOHN L., III., Motto: “Whosoever is honest will find happiness within himself. ’’Activities: Student International Discussion Club 2,3,4, Presi¬ dent 4; Beta Club 3,4, President 4; Hi Pi Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; State Beta Convention 3; Explorer Scouts-President 1,2,3,4; Boys’ State 1961; 2nd place winner of U. N. Speaking Contest 3; Librarv Club 2,3, President 3; Junior Rotarian 4; Laurel Leaf Staff 3,4; Editor’s Roundtable 3,4; FTA 2; Historian 2; Chairman of Reception Committee for College Day 4; Rotary Banquet 1,2,3; Sophomore Server 2; Field Day 1,2; Decoration Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Junior Marshal; Senior Superlative; State Library Convention 3. Future Plans: UNC or Davidson College. CRISP, HERBERT LEE, Motto: “Live and learn.” Future Plans: Undecided. CRUNKLETON, DENNIS HOWARD, Motto " A man should never be asham¬ ed to own that he has been wrong, which is but saying, in other words, that he is wiser today than he was yesterday.” Activities: Arrangement Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Chess Club 2,3; Football 3. Future Plans: College. CRUNKLETON, RAYMOND CLYDE, Motto: “Festine Lente” (Make haste slowly). Future Plans: Undecided. CUNNINGHAM, HERSHEL, Motto “Take things as they come.” Future Plans: Undecided. DAVENPORT, DONALD FRANK, Motto: “He who exalts himself will be humbled and he who humbles himself will be exalted.” Activities: Beta Club 3,4; Hi Pi Club 3,4, President 4; Laurel Leaf Staff 4; Student Council 1,2; Decoration Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Rotary Banquet 3; Reception Committee for College Day 4; Junior Marshal 3; Students International Dis¬ cussion Club 4; Editor’s Roundtable 4; State Beta convention 3; Junior Rotar¬ ian 4. Future Plans: University of North Carolina. DAVIS, JUDY KAYE, Motto: “It isn’t whether you win or lose that counts, but how well you play the game.” Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3; Dairy CRwen 2; Dairy Princess 3; S.H.S. court 1; Chairman of Decoration Committee for Junior-Senior Banquet 3; P.T.A. entertainment 1,2,3; Junior-Senior Trip Com¬ mittee 3; Carnival Committee 1,2,3; Halloween Queen Court 1, Queen 2; Class Song Committee 2,3; Class Representative 2; Student Council Patrol 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3, All-County 3; Cheerleader 1,2,3; Track 3; Girls Softball Team 1,2. Future Plans : X-ray technology, Spartanburg General Hospital. DEITZ, PEGGY AVERINNE, Motto: “Have faith in God.” Activities: FHA 2; FBLA 4. Future Plans: College or work. DILLS, JANICE ANNE, Motto: “Walk on with hope in your heart . . . and you’ll never walk alone.” Activities: FHA 1,4, Parlimentarian 4 ; FBLA 4, Secretary ' 4 ; Decoration Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Mars Hill College. DINNES, ROBERT WILLIAM, Motto: “Love them now while they are still young.” Activities: Football 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Captain Jr. Varsity 2; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Student Council 2,3; Senior Su¬ perlative 4; College Day Committee Chairman 4; Track 3,4; Basketball 1; Hi Pi Club 4. Future Plans: College. DOWDLE, NANCY MAE, Motto “There is nothing we can do about the passing of time; but there is something we can do with the time that passes.” Activities: Science and Wildlife Club 1; Chorus 1,2; Sophomore Server 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Intramural Basketball 2; Americanism Contest 3; Junior Marshal 3; A.F.S. Foreign Exchange Program 3; Girls’ State 1961; Deco¬ ration Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Library Club 4; College Day Com¬ mittee 4. Future Plans: College. DRINNON, RAY DANIEL, Motto: " Any road worth taking leads uphill.” Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4. Future Plans: College. EVANS, LINDA JUDITH, Motto . “Yesterday this day’s madness did prepare tomorrows silence, triumph, or despair.” Activities: Chorus 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2.3, Spanish Club 2,3; Entertainment Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3- Senior Superlative 4. Future Plans . College. EVTTT, CAROL DENE, Motto: “Never part without loving words; vou mas never meet again.” Activities: Spanish Club 2,3; Library Club 4; Refreshment Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Undecided. FOX, FLOV D RAY, Motto: “If the world spins, you spin with it.” Activities f FA 1,2,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Macon Countv Representative for Short Course in Modern Farming at N. C. State College 3; Glee Club 4. Future Plans: Farming. f OX, JEWEL DENVER, Motto: “There is only one way to get ready for immortality, and that is to love this life and live it as bravely and faithfully and cheerfully as we can.” Activities: Student Council 1; 4-H Club 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4; Sophomore Server 2; Junior Marshal 3; Winner of American Auxiliary Speaking Contest 3; F.T.A. 3,4; Hi Pi Club 3,4; Senior Superlative 4; Entertainment Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Decoration Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3; College Day Com¬ mittee 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Beta Club 4. Future Plans: College. FRANKLIN, LARRV NEAL, Motto: “Life is like playing a violin solo in public and learning the instrument as one goes along.” Activities: Football 1, 2,3,4; Basketball Manager 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; FFA 2,3,4; Junior-Senioi Banquet Committee 3; Senior Superlative 4. Future Plans: College. FULCHER, S1BEL PATRICIA, Motto: “With God, all things are possible.” Activities: Sophomore Server 2; Western Carolina College Field Day 2; Hi Pi Club 3; Junior Marshal 3; FBLA 4; College Day Committee. Future Plans: College. GARNER, WILLIAM LEE, Motto: “Do it if it is right, if in doubt, don’t.” Future Plans: Trade School or Uncle Sam. GIBSON, GEORGE RICHARD, Motto: “More rain, more rest.” Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Future Plans: Labor. GIBSON, KATHLEEN RUTH, Motto: “The only reward of virtue is virtue; the only way to have friends is to be one.” Activities: Intramural Basketball 2, 3. Future Plans: Business school or work. GIBSON, PATRICIA ANN, Motto: “The most wasted day— on which we have not laughed.” Activities: 4-H 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Teenage Democratic Club 4; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans; College. GILES, DORIS ANNETTE, Motto: “Dark clouds gather, but somewhere the stars are shining, so shine with them.” Future Plans: Beautician. GLADEWELL. VIRGINIA LOUISE, Motto: “Never part without loving words to think of during your absence; it may be that you will never meet again in life.” Activities: Spanish Club 2; F.H.A. 3,4, College Day Committee 4, Home Economies Rally 3. Future Plans: Undecided GRAHAM, BEULAH ELIZEBETH, Motto: “Always keep your words soft and sweet; you never know when you may have to eat them.” Activities: 4-H 1; FHA 4. Future Plans: Beautician. GRANT, ALEX, Motto: “Take it easy; but take it!” Activities : Chorus 3, 4, Football 4; Track 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Monogram Club 4. Future Plans Mechanical or electrical engineering. GWINNER, MARILYN JOYCE, Motto: “ Life is a gift, so let’s accept it, and do our best with it.” Activities: College Day Committee, chairman 4; Deecor- ation, Entertainment, and Cleari-up Committees Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Basketball 2,3; J. V. Captain 2; Chorus 4; F.T.A. 4; Student Council 4; Most Athletic Girl 2; Handicraft Club 1; High Honor Society 1. Honor Society 2, Good Government Day—Board of Health 2. Future Plans: College. HEDDON, CAROL ANN, Motto: A little bit of foolishness is cherished by the wisest men.” Activities: Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleadei 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice President 2, President 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Monogram Club 3,4; Secretary, Monogram 4; Vice President of Junior Class; FBLA 4; Senior Superlative 4. Homecoming Court 3; Candidate for State Parliamentarian in FHA 2; Receiving Line Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: College. HENRY, HARRY MACARTHUR, Motto: “Never stand up when there is room to sit down.” Activities: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. Future Plans: Undecided. HENRY, WARREN CALVIN, Motto “It can be done. " Activities F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4. Future Plans: Undecided. HIGDON, SAMMY RONALD, Motto: “Great spirit help me never to judge another until I have walked a dav in his moccasins.” Activities: Football 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; Entertainment Committee Junior-Senior Banquet 1; Senior Superlative. Future Plans. College HOLLAND, ARVIL, Motto: “In all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy paths.” Activities: Treasurer of Class 3; Vice President of Class 4. Future Plans: Western Carolina College. -41 Senior Directory HOLLAND, JANET CAROLYN, Motto: “If you have walked a straight path, don’t worry if your shadow is crooked.” Activities: Student Council 1; Lib¬ rary Club 3; Spanish Club 2, 4; FTA 4. Future Platis: College. HOLLAND, MARTHA LOUISE, Motto: “Dreams can be like molds that we pour ourselves into; then, backed by effort and prayer, they can become act¬ ual realities.” Activities: F.B.L.A. 4; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans: Undecided. HOUSTON, SHIRLEY ANN, Motto: “It is better to say nothing and to be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.” Activities: FBLA 4; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans: College. HOWARD, NANCY, Motto: “It is better to say nothing and be thought a fool, than to speak and remove all doubt.” Activities: Chorus 3; Library Club 2, 3; FHA 2, 3, 4; FTA 4. Future Plans: College. HUGHES, MACKENZIE MANUEL, Motto: “Take careful aim; you may not get a second shot.” Activities: Basketball 1,2,4; Furniture Committee, Col¬ lege Day 4. Future Plans: Brickmason. HUNTER, ALVIN EDISON, Motto: “Not here to set the world on fire, only to start a flame in a few hearts.” Activities: Safety Patrol 3,4; Senior Superla¬ tive; Decoration committee, Junior-Senior Banquet, 3. JACOBS, BERTHA JEAN, Motto: “Small deeds done are better than great deeds planned.” Activities: Chorus 1, 2; Future Teachers of America 3, Vice-President 3; Spanish Club 3, President 3; Chairman, Receiving Line Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; College Day Committee 4; Rotary Club Honor Banquet 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Laurel Leaf Staff 4; Senior Superlative 4. Future Plans: W. C. C. JONES, FRANKIE LEE, Motto: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Future Plans: Work. JONES, KENNETH EDWARD, Motto: “Palman qui meruit ferat .” (Let him who deserves it reap the reward.)” Activities: Chorus 1, 4-H club 1, 2; Span¬ ish Club 2; Chess Club 2,4; Future Business Leaders of America 3,4, Vice President 4; Photography Club 4; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet, 3. Future Plans: College. JONES, RANDALL DAVID, Motto: “Don’t think before you leap, you might chicken out.” Activities: Track 1,2; Chorus 1,2,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Reporter 3. Future Plans: College. JUSTICE, ALBERT, Motto: “Let the low side drag.” Activities: Football 1, 2; Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans: Work. JUSTICE, BILLY DEAN, Motto: “Do unto others as they do unto you. Future Plans: Work. KELL, JANICE MAXWELL, Motto: “Do unto others before they have time to do unto you.” Future Plans: Work. LEDFORD, SHELBA DEANNE, Motto: “Forget the past and live for the future; God never closes one door without opening another.” Activities: Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Future Business Leaders of America 3, 4; Food Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Beautician. LEDFORD, SYLVIA AURORA, Motto: “The last temptation is the greatest treason: To do the right deed for the wrong reason.” Activities: Chorus 1,2, 3, 4, Basketball 1; Future Teachers of America 2; Intramural Basketball 2; Student Council 1, 2; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Refreshment Committee, College Day 4; Future Homemakers of America 4. Future Plans: College LEDFORD, WILBUR CLAUDE, Motto: “Don’t leave until tomorrow what you can get today.” Future Plans: Construction. MASHBURN, JESSIE MARIE, Motto: “Heaviness in the heart of man mak- eth it stoop; but a good word maketh it glad.” Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3; Future Homemakers of America 2; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Future Business Leaders of America 4, Treasurer 4; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans: College MASHBURN, RONALD GARY, Motto: “For everything you do always do the best you can the first time.” Future Plans: Armed Services. MASON, DORIS LEE, Motto: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Future Plans: Work. MASON, JOHNNY EDGAR, Motto: “Why be difficult? With a little more effort, you can be impossible.” Future Plans: Undecided. Mc-CALL, CLYDE EUGENE, Motto: “Wash your face in the morning; neck at night.” Activities: Basketball 2; Senior Superlative. Future Plans: Undecided. McCLURE LINDA JUNE, Motto: “Things turn out best for those who make the best out of the way things turn out.” Activities: Rotary Club Honor Ban¬ quet 1,2,3; Junior Marshal 3; Sophomore Server; Junior-Senior Banquet 2; Spanish Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Beta Club 3,4; Chorus 1; Senior Superla¬ tive; Decoration Committee; Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Unde¬ cided. McCONNELL, DORIS ANN, Motto: “What we are is God’s gift to us; what we make of ourselves is our gift to God.” Activities: Spanish Club 3; Decor- tion Committee; Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Future Homemakers of America, 4. Future Plans: Beautician. McCOY, CLAUDETTA SUE, Motto: “He who cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he must himself pass.” Activities: 4-H Club 1; Library Club 2, 4; Homeroom Secretary 2; Decoration Comittee; Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Intramural Volley Ball 3. Future Plans: Beautician. McDOWELL, CARLOS RANDALL, Motto: “Do your best; no more, no less.” Activities: Math Club 4. Future Plans: United States Air Force. McGAHA, SHIRLEY MARIE, Motto: “Slow, but surely.” Activities: Future Business Leaders of America 1; Future Homemakers of America 1. Future Plans: WAVES. MEDLIN, BARBARA, Motto: “Your’re only young once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” Activities: Future Teachers 2; Basketball 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans: College. MOFFIT, DONALD LEE, Motto: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Future Plans: Uudecided. MOSES, PATSY VIANNE, Motto: “Friendship cannot live . . . Unless there is that willingness ... To sacrifice and give.” Activities: Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal 3; Rotary Cluh Banquet 1, 2; Decoration Committee; Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Mountain Echo Staff 4, Assistant Editor 4; Editor’s Roundtable 4; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans: Undecided. MORGAN, MAX WALLACE, Motto: “If you grasp for a thing too hard, try too much too fast, it will escape you.” Activities: Future Farmers of America 2,3,4; 4-H Club 1; Arrangement Committee, College Day 4. Future Plans: Work. MYERS, ADA CAROLYN, Motto: “With God all things are possible.” Activi¬ ties: J. V. Cheerleader 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Sergeant at Arms 3; Monogram Club 2,3,4, President 4; Composed School song adopted by Student Council; College Day Committee 4; Chairman, Entertainment Committee; Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Student Council 4; Senior Superlative 4; Assistant pianist for chorus 2, 3. Future Plans: College. NEWMAN, PATRICIA ANN, Motto: “It isn’t what you know that hurts you; it’s what you know for certain that ain’t so.” Activities: Decoration Commitee; Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Spanish Club 2, 3; College Day Committee 4; Stu¬ dents International Discussion Club 3,4, Secretary ' 4; Senior Superlative. Fu- ure Plans: United States Navy Nurse’s Corps. NICHOLSON, LEWIS ALVIN, Motto , “Grumbling will not make things any better.” Activities: Band 1,2,4. Future Plans: College. NORTON, PATRICIA LOUISE, Motto: “Faith is the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things yet to come.” Activities: Future Home¬ makers of America 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Food Committee; Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3. Future Plans: Beautician. NORTON, ROY EUGENE, Motto: “What is worth much, costs much.” Activi¬ ties: 4-H Club 1,2; Chess Club 2; Future Business Leaders of America 3,4; Decoration Committee; Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Spanish Club 2, 3. Future Plans: College. PENLAND, MARY GLADYS, Motto: “Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.” Future Plans: Work. PHILLIPS, GARY, Motto: “Do unto others before they do unto you.” Activi¬ ties: Safety Patrol 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans: College. RABY, JAMES DAVID, Motto: “Do unto others b efore they ' do unto you.” Activities: Safety Patrol 3, 4. Future Plans: Navy RAY, BETTY JEAN, Motto: “It is not so much the victor who is loved, as the man who takes his success modestly, or the vanquished one who accepts defeat gracefully.” Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Future Teachers of America 3; Decoration Committee; Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Mountain Echo Staff 4; Art Editor 4; College Day Committee 4; Senior Superlative; Editor’s Roundtable 4. Future Platis: Western Carolina College or Washington, D. C. 42 Senior Directory RAY, LOLA KAREN, Motto: “Success consists of getting up one more time than you fall down.” Activities: Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3; 4-H Club 1; Spanish Club 2; College Day Committee 4; Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: College. REID, WALTER JAMES. Motto: “Make the first shot count; you won’t get a second.” Future Plans: Business College. REYNOLDS, SHIRLEY KATHERINE, Motto: “Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers.” Activities: Future Homemakers of America 2, 3; Spanish Club 3; Beta Club, 3, 4; Sophomere Server 2; Junior Marshal 3; Servers Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Candidate as Foreign Exchange Student 3; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans: College. ROPER, GILMER GEORGE, Motto: “Where there’s a will there’s a way.” Activities: Intramural Basketball 2; F.B.L.A. 3; Arrangement Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Undecided. SANDERS, HILDA MARIE, Motto: “Glass, china, and reputation are easily cracked and never well mended.” Activities: F.T.A. Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; F.B.L.A. Club 3, 4; Invitation Committee, Junior-senior Banquet 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Future Plans: College SANDERS, JUANITA DORIS, Motto: “Always look on the brighter side of things.” Future Plans: Undecided. SEABOCK, CARLTON WAYNE, Motto: “Deeds, not words, are the secret of success.” Activitie s: Student Council 1, 3; Students’ International Discussion Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2, 3; Nominee for Morehead Scholarship 4; Spanish Scholarship at W.C.C. 3; Decoration Committee, Food Committee, and Clean-up Committee. Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Chairman, Bulletin Board Committee for College Day 4. Future Plans: Secretary. SEAGLE, ALICE LEE, Motto: “Nothing without divine guidance.” Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3; College Day Committee 4. Future Plans: Secretary. SHOOK, BRENDA LOU, Motto: “I am a part of all that I have met.” Activi¬ ties: Future Homemakers of America 2, 3; Spanish Club 2; Girls Glee Club 1; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Pennant Committee, College Day. Future Plans: Business SHOOK, CAROLYN LA VERNE, Motto, “Smile and the world smiles with you.” Activities Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Student Council 2; Spanish Club 3; Future Homemakers 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Senior Superlative 4. Future Plans: Secretary. SORRELLS, MARY ETHEL, Motto: “Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and boring.” Activities: F.B.L.A. Club. Future Plans: Secre¬ tary. SPRINKLE, EARL DEAN, Motto: “Do unto other before they do unto you.” Future Plans: Undecided. STANFIELD, KATIE JANE, Motto: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Future Plans: Undecided. STIWINTER, ELLIS LAVAUGHN, Motto: “Never do today what you can put off until tomorrow.” Activities: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans: Undecided SWAFFORD, BENNY JO, Motto: “One can find some good in the worst of people, and one can find some bad in the best of people.” Activities: Spanish Club 3,4; Vice President 4; Boys’ State; College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College. SWAFFORD, MARY JOSEPHINE, Motto: “Do and hope.” Activities: Future Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4; Vice President, 3; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet, 3; College Day Committee, 4; Senior Superlative. Fut¬ ure Plans: Marriage; Secretary. TALLENT, EVELYN MAE, Motto: “Always look on the brighter side of things.” Activities: F.H.A. 3; F.B.L.A. 3; Food Committee, Junior-Senior Ban¬ quet 3; Library Club 3. Future Plans: Woik. TALLENT, MILDRED MARIE, Motto: “Every dark cloud has a silver lining.” Activities: Library Club 4. Future Plans: Business work. TALENT, NANCY LEE, Motto: “Seek ye first God’s Kingdom, and all things will be added unto you.” Future Plans: Business. TALLENT, SAMMY ARTHUR, Motto: “C’est la vie.” Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Secretary and Treasurer of Class 1; President of Class 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2. 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3; Senior Superlative; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet. Future Plans: College. JOLLEY, BARBARA ANN, Motto: " Thus, great things from small.” Activities Glee Club 1; Library Club 1, 2; Future Homemakers 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4. Future Teachers 4; College Day Committee 4; Junior-Senior Banquet Comit- tee 3; Dramatics Club 4. Future Plans: College. TAILOR, JOHNNY ZACHARY, Motto, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Activities: Football I, 2, 3, 4; F.F.A. 1 2, 3, 4 Seniot Superlative; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Future Plans: College. THOMAS, JOAN LOIS, Motto: “If vou want to travel fast, travel light; take off all your jealousies, prejudices, selfishness and fears.” Future Plans: Business School. TIPPET, EDDIE LEE, Motto: " Live slowly and die old.” Activities: Future Farmers of America 1,2. Future Plans: Armed Forces. INSON, JAMES ROBERT, JR., Motto: “Labor omnia vincit improbus.” Acti¬ vities: Library ' Club 2, 3, 4; (Reporter 2, 3; President 4; State Reporter 4); Math Club 3,4; Future Teachers of America 3, Historian 3; Spanish Club 2; 3,4; Treasurer 4; School Reporter o f Franklin Press 3,4; Spanish Scholarship, W.C.C. 3; Morehead Scholarship Nominee; Boys’ State Delegate. Art Editor of paper there. Future Plans: College; U. S. Diplomatic Service. WALDROOP, CHARLES RONALD, Motto: “To be understanding is to be understood.” Activities: Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal; Vice President, Stu¬ dent Council 3; Decoration Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Clean-up Committee, College Day 4; President of Student Council 4; Beta Club 4. Fut¬ ure Plans: College or U. S. Coast Guard Academy. WALDROOP, MARGARET ALDA, Motto: “Keep ourselves loyal to truth.” Activities: 4-H Club 1; Secretary, Sophomore Class; Food Committee, Junior- Senior Banquet 3; Senior Superlative. Future Plans: Business College. WALDROOP, WADE CORBIN, Motto: “All day, all night, Marianne.” Activi¬ ties: Sophomore Server 2; Junior Marshal 3; Senior Superlative; Decoration Committee, College Day 4; Beta Club 4. Future Plans: Barber School and Marriage. WALKER, WILLIAM TRAVIS, JR., Motto: “ Everything comes if a man will only wait.” Activities: Library Club 1, 2; Field Day, W.C.C. 1; U. N. Speak¬ ing Contest 3; Student’s International Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Math Club 4; Chess Club 2. Future Plans: College WALLACE, GEORGE EDWIN, Motto: “Que sera, sera.” Activities: Student Council 1; Class officer 2; Safety Patrol; Senior Superlative; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Clean-up Committee, College Day 4. Future Plans: College. WALLACE, KENNETH DONALD, Motto: " The first step is all the difficulty.” Future Plans: Undecided. WELCH, EVA NELL, Motto: “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills from whence cometh my help.” Future Plans: Beautician. WEST, LYN, Motto: “Nothing without divine guidance.” Activities: Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Future Homemakers 2,3,4; Library Club 3,4; Chairman, Food Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; College Day Committee 4; Future Teach¬ ers 4. Future Plans: College. WIGGINS, DORRIS E LAINE, Motto: “They who walk with Him will not walk alone.” Future Plans: Beautician. WILLIAMS, JAMES ALEXANDER, Motto: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captairi 4: Basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4, Senior Superlative 4; Sophomere Server: Arrangement Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Co-captain, Basketball Team 4. Future Flans: College WILLIAMS, WILLIAM FREDRICK, Motto: “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” Activities: Arrangement Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3; Future Plans: Air Force or College. WILLIAMSON, BETTY SUE, Motto: " For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand. I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than to dwell in the tents of wickedness . . . No good thing will He uphold from them that walk uprightly.” Activities: Chorus 1; Rotary Club Honor Banquet 1. 2, 3; Spanish Club 2,3; First Vice President 3; Sophomore Server; Junior Mar¬ shal; Mathematics Club 3; Future Teachers of America Club 3; Student Coun¬ cil 2, 3, 4; The Laurel Leaf 3; Assistant Editor; Beta Club 3, 4; Secretary- Treasurer 4; Beta Club Convention 3; W.C.C. Field Day 2; Algebra II; Food Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3, Intramural Basketball 2; intramural Vol¬ leyball 3; Receiving Line Committee, College Day 4; Library Club 4, Reporter 4; Chairman of Publicity Committee; Bulletin Board Committee, Beta Club 4. Editors Roundtable 3. Future Plans: Western Carolina College and Teaching. YONCE, STEPHEN HOMER, Motto: “Practice what you preach.” Activities Arrangement Committee, Junior-Senior Banquet 3. Future Plans: Western Car¬ olina. 43 Senior Scenes Now, students, you have only this period .... Where did I put that mark? Getting the class rings . . . Planning College Day . . . Writing themes . . . Honoring Senior Beta members . . . Measuring for caps and gowns . . . Mailing college applica¬ tions . . . Taking College Board Exams . . . Writing more therpes . . . Applying for schol¬ arships Wishing for a white Christmas Collecting money for Senior expenses • • • Fighting those Senior exams . . . Greeting Beowidf . . . Looking forward to Macbeth . . . Writing more themes . . . Getting replies from colleges . . . Being turned down for scholarships Dreaming of Junior-Senior Pondering over available list of dates foi the banquet . . . Drilling for Class Day . . . Accepting awards for achievement . . . Cooking hot dogs for Senior picnic . . . Writing more themes . . . Looking for the last round of exams . . . Marching down to get hard-earned diploma . . . Enjoying the last lew days with classmates . . . Dreading the end of four wonderful years at F.H.S., we, the Seniors of 1962, have truly had ' our moments to remember.’’ ■14 Juniors I VI " Almost kesie. . . t r Junior Officers (Left to right): Robert Enloe, President; Suzanne Cunningham, Treasurer; Sonny Burrell, Vice-President; and Linda Leatherman, Secretary. 46 Linda Allen Elbert Angel Roy Ashe Willard Barrett Bobby Bell Sarah Jane Berry Howard Bishop Freda Bradley Lyman Bryant Michael Bryson Betty Ann Bulgin Larry Burch Kathleen Burnette Sonny Burrell Bobby Cabe Carolyn Cabe Jimmy Cabe 47 Larry Cabe Martha Cabe Mary Cabe Linda Cagle Shirley Campbell Duel Carpenter Joe Chastain Bonnie Cheek Jerry Clark Max Clark Margaret Clarke Michael Coates Josephine Conley James Cook Lowell Crawford Doris Cruse Suzanne Cunningham 48 Pauline Curtis Lane Dalton Lois Ann Deal Lonnie Dehart Shirley Dehart Sandra Duvall Sharon Duvall Steve Early Bruce Elliot Betty Sue Emory David Enloe Bobert Enloe Patsy Finney Edward Fitzgerald Tommy Fouts Shirley Frady Raddy Franklin 49 Dorothy Frizzell Ruth Gillespie Rebecca Grant Brownlow Green Lavem Green Joyce Gregory Shirlene Gribble Josephine Guest Eddie Guy James Hall Michael Hastings Alvin Healy Bruce Hedden Jimmy Hedden Linda Henderson Roy Henson Sandra Henson 50 Suzanne Henson George Higdon Jack Hodgins Jane Hoilman Helen Holbrooks Ada Mae Holland Carol Holland Dennis Holland Freda Holland Lee Holland Leon Holland Linda Holland Veril Holland Cora Lee Hopper Carolyn Horn Kaye Houston Mitchell Huggins 51 Nancy Hunter Bee Ann Hurst Herbert Hurst Frances Hylton Bobbie Jenkins Tommie Jenkins Eva Nell Johnson Howard Johnson Shirley Johnson Sue Jones Clara Keener Gerald Keener Jackie Keener Wanda Keener Joyce Kell Dwain Kinsland Brenda Kirkland 52 Linda Leatherman Dearl Ledford Linda Ledford Darrell Lee Glenda Lee Evelyn Long Joe Martin Dayton Mashbum Dennis Mason Kenneth McConnell Mildred McCoy Dwayne McDowell Cora McGaha Charles Morgan Mary Frances Myers Marcia Kay Olson Patricia Owenby 53 Randal Peak Linda Sue Phillips Sarah Price Annette Raby Gene Raby John Raby Linda Revis Kenneth Reynolds Eva Nell Robinson Henry Rowland Eva Lyn Sams Bill Sanders Joyce Sanders Carolyn Setser Glenda Sheffield Kenneth Shepherd Shirley Shepherd 54 Julia Ann Shields Newton Shields Larry Shope Bennie Smith Jerry Sorrells Brent Southard Hilda Sprinkles Glenda Stamey Emma Lou Stanfield Floyd Stevens Donna Stewart Janice Stewart Margaret Stiles James Sutton John Swan Helen Tallent Wayne Tallent 55 Linda Taylor Walter Taylor Jimmy Teague Josephine Thomas Carol Thompson Glenda Tippett Cheryl Vaughn Juanita Vaughn Paul Vinson Barbara Waldroop Sandra Ward Edith Watts Willie Wilkes Doyle Woods Harold Woody Wayne Yonce Gary Young 56 Sophomores " c fe y tep. r r Wi m % jfcSL ' t I ypfl ; mP ' X%$t ' ■ f] M ft ’« i. ' -v- • a? mk 5R ' ' )fjkS 4 ; 8 : 1 ? til fh piiih :h ■ 4 ; . 9B Sophomore Officers (Left to right): Kenneth Cabe, Secretary-Treasurer; Alex Corbin, President; r ranees Taylor, Vice-President. 58 Class of 1964 Wanda Adams Margaret Ammons J. C. Anderson Gene Angel Joyce Angel Paul Armes Lewis Ashe Mary Ballew Jo Evelyn Barnard Helen Barnes Ronnie Barnes Toby Bateman Douglas Battles Frances Ann Berry Ila Sue Blaine Janice Blaine Ronnie Bolton Jerry Bowers Elizabeth Bradley Richard Bradley Sonja Brendle Shelba Jean Browning Merrilee Bryson Leon Buchanan Clata Burch Buster Burnette Jane Byrd Benny Cabe Jo Cabe Johnny Cabe Kenneth Cabe Wenona Cabe Zeb Cabe Jackie Carpentar Ernest Chastain Nancy Chastain Joyce Cloer Carolyn Clouse Barbara Coggins Jackie Cook Lawrence Cook Pearl Cook BP Nja t 59 Class of 1964 Joyce Guffey Tommy Hackney Joe Hall Nancy Hannah Alex Corbin Linda Corbin Pinkney Corbin Margaret Cowart Syble Cowart Jean Crawford Sue Crawford Nick Cruse Gladys Cunningham Louise Cunningham Max Cunningham Pamela Cunningham Peggy Cunningham Evelyn Dalrymple Bobby Dalton Betty Davis Eugene Dean Mary Frances Dills Johnny Dockery Wynona Dooley Marie Dowdle Frances Duncan Shelia Duvall Alvin Elliott Jean Elliott Joyce Elliott Arland Evitt Tommy Fagg Donald Fisher Shirley Flowers Peggy Freels June Garrison L. T. Gibson Robbie Gibson Sherman Gibson Claire Bell Graham 60 Sue Hawks Deaune Hedden Glenda Henderson Joyce Henry Romaneil Hodgin Kay Holbrooks Thad Holden Arbutus Holland Deloris Holland Sheila Holland Johnny Holt Janie Hooper Margaret Horn Dennis Houston Bill Houston Troy Hylton Doris Johnson Ernestine Jones Hazel Jones Nancy Jones Shirley Kell Carolyn Kinsland Brenda Kiser Jane Knight Vivian Lambert Charles Ledbetter Harriett Ledbetter Brenda Ledford Pat Mace George Mallonee Kathryn Maney Stanley Marvin Carolyn Mashbum Linda Mashbum Terry Mashbum Dorothy Mason Jean Mason Linda Mason Sharon Mason Johnny McBride 61 Class of 1964 Alice McCabe Jessie McCall Louise McCall Cecilia McCleskey Betty McConnell Jennie Sue McConnell Wade McConnell Betty McDonald Doug McDowell June McDowell Barbara McGaha Lyle McGaha Lee McGlamery Frances McIntyre Lavaunda Miller Linda Moffitt Shelba Jean Moore Roger Morgan Ann Morrow Johnny Myers Alvin Nicholson Tommy Nolen Gail Norris Ricky Norton Harry Pattillo Pat Patton Randy Pendergrass Rita Ann Pendergrass Marion Pitts John Pohlenz Pat Poole Geraldine Prince Bennie Ramsey Susie Richardson Carolyn Rogers Mary Louise Rogers 62 Sue Sanders Judy Scott Jimmy Scroggs Sammy Seagle Josephine Shepherd Raymond Shepherd Terry Shields Jerry Shope Wayne Shope Revena Shuler Ruth Simons Jim Simpson Larry Smith Jeanette Sorrells Sidney Southard Doris Stamey Stanley St. Clair Becky Stiles Clark Suttle Virginia Swanson James Tallent Ronald Tallent Frances Taylor Jim Taylor Opal Vanhook William Vanhook Randall Vaughn Janice Watson Geraldine Watts Larry Webb Gary Welch Shirley Wilkes Bernice Williamson Elaine Willis Andy Wilson Cecil Wilson 63 Familiar Scenes at F. H. S Don’t forget, there are fifty, not forty-eight. Well, it broke last time. It’s like this . . . Randy. This racket is killing me. Finally, I’m at the front. Mr. Corbin is starting the yearbook sale. 64 Freshmen V lanehf, and Ulue . . . r r mmm Mil Freshmen Officers (Left to right): Janice Burrell, Secretory-Treasurer; Tommy Carpenter, Vice- President; Bobby Hunt, President. 66 James Ammons Reagan Ammons Virginia Ammons Mary Rachel Angel Howard Barnes Elbie Jean Bates Arizona Beasley Alfred Bennett Mary Bingham Daniel Bolick Sammy Bolick Carolyn Bowers Gary Brabson James Brabson Gene Bradley Rebecca Bradley Tava Bradley Douglas Brendle Jackie Brown Patricia Bryson Brenda Buchanan Denzel Buchanan Class of 1965 Jo Ann Burch James Burrell Janice Burrell Doyle Byrd Frances Cabe Jane Cabe Phyllis Cabe Barbara Ann Cabe Jo Ann Cagle Joe Campbell Carol Carpenter Edward Carpenter Joyce Carpenter Tommy Carpenter Danny Chase Betty Chastain Carolyn Chastain Joyce Cheek Hampton Childers O’Neil Clark Ronnie Clark Dianna Clay 67 Delbert Clouse Danny Coates Kathy Cochran Billy Collins Leonard Cook Max Cook Violet Cook John Cooper Ernest Craine Martha Crawford Tommy Crawford Ella Mae Crisp John Crisp Peggy Crisp Robert Crownover Sandra Crownover Carolyn Crunkleton Beverly Dalton Class of 1965 Jimmy Daniel Beverly Darnell Jean Dills Juanita Sue Dills Tommy Dills Lloyd Donaldson Gail Dowdle Mavis Dowdle Donald Duncan Cheryl Duvall Barbara Elders Jackie Elliott Rita Elmore Kurt Emmrich Wayne English Bill Enloe Charles Enloe Ronald Falls James Farmer Glenn Fitzgerald Frances Franklin Bruce Franks 6S Linda Gibson Linda Sue Gibson Ben Grant Frankie Greene Maxine Greene Ann Grindstaff Dewey Gunnin Howard Haithcock Katie Harris Guy Hawks Charles Hedden Curtis Hedden Gary Hedden Natty Henry Nellie Henry Billy Higdon Dorothy Higdon Marshall Higdon Bruce Holbrooks Cora Lee Holden Barbara Holland Carolyn Holland Class of 1965 Eunice Holland Gerald Holland Howard Holland Landy Holland Lois Holland Richard Holland Ronald Holland Wilma Holland Dennis Hooper David Houston Frances Houston Shirley Hughes Bobby Hunt Barbara Hurst Brenda Hurst Dennis Hurst Linda Hurst Harry Jacobs Bill Jamison Nicolas Jamison Billy Johnson Clydia Johnson 69 Tommy Justice Melba Keener Ruby Nell Kell Johnny Kiser Donald Lakey Margaret Leatherwood Elizabeth Ledford Gary Ledford Nancy Leopard Harold Lequire Roy Lindsey Cynthia Lynch Jimmy Martin Judy Martin Patsy Mashbum Dorothy McCall Frances McCall Sammy McClure Class of 1965 Chester McConnell Harley McConnell Lee Roy McConnell Claude McCoy Margaret McCoy Rosalyn McCoy Dennis McDowell Henry McMahan Jesse Meadows Frank Moffitt Sue Moffitt Betty Jean Moore Bruce Morgan Homer Morgan Linda Morgan Mary Lee Morgan Louise Moses Nancy Nelson Richard Nicholson Kathy O’Brian Gloria Oliver Ronnie Parrish 70 Ann Pendergrass Ronald Pendergrass Bill Penland Dorothy Pennington Faye Phillips Gaye Phil lips Donna Poole Kent Pressley Cathy Price Judy Pruett Margie Pruitt Betty Raby Timothy Raby Everett Randall Bennie Reeves Carol Robinson Randall Rogers Gary Rolland Class of 1965 Audrey Roper Curley Rowland Carolyn Sanders Margaret Sanders Ronnie Sanders Jeanette Seroggs Brenda Seagle Dorothy Seagle Linda Seay Peggy Sheffield Ann Shepherd June Shepherd Patsy Shepherd Tommy Sherrill Gary Shields R. V. Shields Linda Shook Benny Shope ft Clark Shope Steve Shope Frances Slagle o I-OK- 0 $ JtC. ■ V 71 Betty Mae Stamey Jerry Stanley Lois Stamey Brenda Stewart David Stiles Patsy Stiles Brenda Stockton Elam Stuart Annette Swafford James Swafford Martha Swafford Beth Swan Douglas Tallent Fleta Tallent Joyce Tallent Shirley Tallent Carol Ann Taylor Linda Teem Class of 1965 Gary Tyler Wanda Tyler Nancy Vanhook Susie Vanhook Alan Vinson James Vinson Joan Vinson Sue Waldroop Linda Wallace Mary Ann Wallace Sandra Watkins Jean Welch Johnny Wells Dixie West Jackie West John Wilson Owen Wilson Steve Wilson 72 9 ' ' Qnuli um fyame . . . SAM TALLENT JOHN SWAN Halfback LARRY FRANKLIN Center ALVIN HEALY Fullback WAYNE YONCE Fullback LARRY BURCH Halfback GENE YOUNG Halfback Halfback ALEC CORBIN Fullback r RONNIE HIGDON End LAWRENCE COOK Halfback JOE HALL Quarterback JIM WILLIAMS Quarterback JIM SIMPSON Center LEE McGLAMERY H alfback SONNY BURRELL End BRUCE HEDDEN Guard PAUL ARMS Halfback 74 pfas . 1. m M it •mK ir r mk mS v m v m - JOHNNY TAYLOR Guard BOB DINNES Tackle (Top) Taylor is going in for the tackle. (Bottom ) Young goes for yardage against Murphy. ALEX GRANT WALLACE BAKER LYMAN BRYANT TOMMY FAGG BUDDY ANGEL J. C. ANDERSON Tackle End Guard Tackle Guard Center PAUL VINSON WAYNE TALLENT JIM TAYLOR MAX CUNNINGHAM RONNIE BARNES LEWIS ASHE End Tackle Guard Tackle Center End to Coaches (Left to right): Co-captains Bob Dinnes, Johnny Taylor, and Jim Williams. Captains Coaches Richard Stott and Grady Corbin. Varsity v EBkS BBBk First Row (left to right): Paul Armes, Lee McGlamery, Joe Hall, Gene Young, Alec Corbin, Donnie Anderson, Ronnie Barnes, Leon Holland, Jimmy Taylor, Larry Burch, and Wayne Tallent. Second Row: J. C. Anderson, Alvin Healy, Bruce Hedden, Lawrence Cook, Wallace Baker, Johnny Taylor, Jim Williams, Bob Dinnes, Lewis Ashe, Sam Tallent, Albert Justice, and Paul Vinson. Third Row: Ernest Chastain, Max Cunningham, Buddy Angel, Lyman Bryant, John Swan, Larry Franklin, Alex Grant, Ronnie Higdon, Sonny Burrell, Tommy Fagg, Wayne Yonce, Butch Mallonee, and Jim Simpson. 76 FOOTBALL SCORE BOARD Franklin 13 Clayton, Ga. 0 Franklin 20 Georgia Industrial 6 Franklin 21 Clarksville, Ga. 6 Franklin 34 Hayesville 14 Franklin 27 Sylva-Webster 21 Franklin 12 Robbinsville 28 Franklin 14 Swain 6 Franklin 7 . Murphy 26 M an agers Franklin 7. Andrews 14 (Left to right): Managers Duane Hedden, Newton Shields, Donald Duncan, and Jerry Clark. First Row (Left to right): Robin Perry, Jackie Elliot, Jim Martin, Ray Jones, Pete Haithcock, Bill! Womack, and Jimmy Daniels. Sec¬ ond Row: Ronnie Pendergrass, Doug Tallent, Benny Shope, Kurt Emerick, Larry Cloer, Nicky Jamison, and Gary Roland. Third Row Dewey Gunnin, Tommy Carpenter, Bobby Hunt, Hugh Franklin Tommy Crawford, and Johnny Cooper. Junior V arsity We dland to pAalie ole fy anklm Jlkj,k . SARA BRYSON Captain BETTY CLOER SUSIE HENSON MARCIA OLSON CAROL ANN HEDDEN SUE CRAWFORD SALLY PRICE FRANCES DUNCAN JANE BYRD CAROL WURST Cheerleaders First Row (left to right): Jane Byrd, Sara Lee Bryson, and Frances Duncan. Second Row: Sue Crawford, Carol Wurst, Sally Price, Betty Cloer, Susie Henson, Carol Ann Hedden, and Ma rcia Olson. Junior Varsity First Row (left to right): Beverly Dalton, Linda Shook, Frances Franklin, Cloria Oliver, and Judy Pruett. Second Row: June Shepherd, Donna Poole, Annette Swafford, Linda Wallace, and Jane Cabe. 79 On tke n,emnnd . . . CAROLYN MYERS Co-captain Forward JEWEL FOX Co-captain Guard m frwtw tout JUDY DAVIS Forward LINDA LEATHERMAN Forward wrattuNs EVA LYN SAMS Guard JOYCE ANGEL Forward rnimEt m fsSK | I i T SHELIA DUVALL Forward FRANCIS TAYLOR Forward Girls’ Basketball LINDA CORBIN JEAN DILLS Guard Forward 80 DIANNA CLAY Forward JANICE BURRELL Forward MARY ANN WALLACE Forward LOUISE McCALL Guard SCHEDULE Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Rabun Gap. Ga. . Clayton, Ga. . ... Nantahala Hayesville Svlva-W.ebster Cherokee . Swain . Murphy Rabun Gap, Ga. Murphy Hayesville Cullowhee Highlands Glenville Sylva-Webster Cherokee Swain . . . Cullowhee . Highlands Glenville ROSE CORBIN Coach FRANCIS BERRY Guard MAVIS DOWDLE Guard PATSY STILES Forward DELORIS HOLLAND Guard SHARON DUVALL Manager 81 " %m maniki i in action . r r JIM WILLIAMS Co-captain Guard RONNIE HIGDON Forward JIM CABE Guard JOHN SWAN Guard Boys’ Basketball 82 SONNY BURRELL Co-captain Center L. T. GIBSON Forward BILL HOUSTON Forward JOE HALL Guard TOMMY RABY Coach Johnny Taylor and Larry Franklin, Managers 83 HJm Mm . ' i IB a « 1 ' m s First Row (left to right): Judy Davis, Louise McCall, Jean Dills, Carolyn Myers, Jewel Fox, Linda Leathennan, Deloris Holland, Frances Taylor, Frances Berry, and Shelia Duvall. Second Row. Patsy Stiles, Mavis Dowdle, Joyce Angel, Linda Corbin, Eva Lyn Sams, Mary Ann Wallace, Dianne Clay, Janice Burrell, Elbia Bates, Cynthia Lynch, and Sharon Duvall. First Row (left to right): Johnny Swan, L. 7’. Gibson, Joe Hall, Tommy Raby, Jim Williams, Raddy Franklin, Ronnie Higdon, Dennis Houston, Bill Houston, and Jimmy Cabe. Second Row: Sonny Burrell, and Larry Cabe. 84 Activities ' - , " 7)4e w-keeli el {Mulicatkm. . . The Laurel Leaf Staff wmmk ■w$mm ALWi it, ? M. ' A A A AM hvoj ( V»V. VlVAVi ' • L VV SV J| CAROL CALLOWAY Editor-in-chief LINDA SUE PHILLIPS Assistant Editor PAUL CABE Senior Editor SONNY BURRELL Sports Editor DON DAVENPORT Copy Editor Ipqsture: OUR TEA CHARLES WALDROP Activities Editor JOHN CRAWFORD Circulation Manager JERRY CLARK Advertising Manager 86 JEANNE JACOBS MARTHA ANGEL Freshman Editor Photographer ROBERT VINSON LINDA HENDERSON JANICE STEWART Junior Editor Assistant Circulation Manager Assistant Advertising Manager 87 Future Farmers of America Jlo-me »n tke dan r r First Row (left to right): James Brabson, Robert Enloe, Steve Buch- anon, David Enloe, Bruce Holbrook, Dayton Mashbum, Daniel Bolick, Delbert Clouse, Bruce Hedden, Doyle Byrd. Second row: Sherman Gibson, Ronald Bolton, Jimmy Taylor, Lewis Ashe, Darrell Lee, Albert Justice, Steve Early, Ernest Chastain, Roy Henson, Joe Chastain, Bobby Dalton. Third Roto: Johnny Cabe, E. J. Bradley, Mitchell Huggins, Homer Morgan, Gary Welch, Ronald Tallent, Jimmy Hall, Bill Enloe, Ernest Crane, Howard Bishop, Dale Young, Warren Henry. Fourth Row: Tommy Founts, James Cook, Randall Vaughn, Floyd Deal, Larry Shope, Larry Cabe, Walter Taylor, Roger Morgan, Dwight Southard, Wayne Cunningham, Jerry Sorrells, Bill Collins, Wayne English. Fifth Row: Gary Ledford, George Higdon, Brownlow Green, L. T. Gibson, Max Morgan, Larry Franklin, Johnny Taylor, Jimmy Williams, Wayne Ballew, Lavaughn Stiwinter, Ray Drinnon, Harry Henry, Marshall Higdon, Lane Dalton. Many of the persons who entered the Fat Calf Show in Asheville were F.F.A. mem¬ bers. The two calves that won the top awards at the calf show were owned by future fanners. Each year the F.F.A. Club sponsors the spring barbecue. The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the develop¬ ment of agricultural leadership, co¬ operation, and citizenship. It en¬ courages and trains present and prospective farmers for proficiency in farming. OFFICERS First Row (left to right): Jimmy Williams, Vice-President: Johnny Taylor, Presi¬ dent; and Johnny Cabe, Secretary. Second Row: Zeb Calx Sentinel; Wayne Mash bum, Treas¬ urer; E. J. Bradley, Reporter; and Mr. Wayne Proffitt, Sponsor. 89 " Jl t ham the psieM i ... " The Mountain Echo Staff MISS DARLENE COLLINS ROBERT VINSON CAROL THOMPSON AND PATSY MOSES Sponsor Editor Assistant Editors BETTY RAY AND PAUL CABE MARCIA OLSON AND SANDRA DUVALL MATflE CARPENTER AND SALLY PRICE Art Editor and Sports Editor Feature Editors News Editors The purpose of the MOUNTAIN ECHO is to serve as the voice of the students of Franklin High School. The staff at all times strives to inform, as well as entertain, while giving its staff members a chance to apply their knowl¬ edge of English and typing and to practice creative writing. 90 f K w Ledc e the hey ta undenAiandincj, r f The Beta Club MRS. MILDRED MARTIN Sponsor JOHN CRAWFORD President PAUL CABE Vice-President The purpose of the Beta Club is to promote the ideals of honesty, service, and leadership among high school students; to reward meritorious achievement; and to encourage and assist students to continue their education after high school. Nancy Jane Burch Rosanne Cabe Carol Calloway Betty Cloer Donald Davenport Jewel Fox Patsy Fulcher Jean Jacobs Linda McClure Patsy Moses Shirley Reynolds Robert Vinson Charles Waldroop Wade Waldroop Betty Sue Williamson 91 " Jlo-me is w-kese the kecud is ... OFFICERS (First row, left to right): Janice Dills, Parliamentarian; Ann Cabe, Secretary; Carolyn Kinsland, Vice-President. Second row: Carol Ann Hedden, President; Lyn West, Historian; Peggy Crisp, Reporter; Mrs. Carolyn Cogan, Sponsor; and Alice Cook, Song Leader. Future Homemakers of America The purpose of the Future Homemakers of Amer¬ ica is to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of homemaking. This organization fosters the development of creative leadership in home and community life and provides wholesome individual and group recreation. Its membership in¬ cludes those students who wish to further their in¬ terest in Home Economics. First row (left to right): Glenda Sheffield, Loretta Cabe, Ann Cabe, Syble Cowart, Carolyn Bates, Glenda Tippett, Mary Lee Morgan, Carolyn Kinsland, Peggy Crisp, Carolyn Shook, and Carol Ann Hedden. Second row: Bee Ann Hurst, Carolyn Cabe, Lou ise Cabe, Carolyn Horn, Becky Stiles, Wyona Dooley, Anne Blaine, Rosanne Cabe, Nancy Howard, Janice Dills, Brenda Ledford, and Lyn West. Third row: Susie Jones, Doris McConnell, Mary Jo Swafford, Alice Cook, Deanne Ledford, Louise Rogers, Tommie Jenkins, Wanda Bailey, Margaret Horn, Bobbie Jenkins, and Shirley McGaha. " l o-ne an,e uu en, osi w nikie i than they . . . " OFFICERS (left to irght): Sonny Burrell, Vice-President; Charles Waldroop, President; and Carol Ann Hedden, Secretary-Treasurer. Student Council The students of Franklin High School, in order to promote the general welfare of the school, to en¬ courage school spirit and student participation, and to provide a sound foundation for good citizenship, do establish the Student Council of Franklin High School. 1 1 1 S’ x ■ 1 ffTF ii 14 ! §4 Back row (left to right): Brenda Kiser, Pat Poole, Suzanne Cunningham, Sheila Holiand, Linda Leatherman, Tommy Crawford, Bobby Hunt, Kenneth Cabe, E. j. Bradley, Alex Corbin, Betty Sue Williamson, Marilyn Guinner, Sammy Tallent, Beverly Darnell, Gloria Oliver, Robert Enloe, Linda Sue Phillips, Carol Thompson. Middle row: Annette Swafford, Gene Young, Joyce Cloer, Jean Dills, Carolyn Myers, Sharon Duvall. Front row: Dianne Clay, Sonny Burrell, Sharles Waldroop, Carol Hedden. 93 letter, letted r f ' ' rain i HHL mfF f $1 I m mUK r • |M f a Pi ; jzmj k wj !§£«{ • • M • am df M;? ' z ; vV OHfl First row (left to right): Joe Hall, Gene Young, L. T. Gibson, Bruce Hedden, Jerry Clark, Alvin Healy, and Wayne Yonce.Second row: Lawrence Cook, Sammy Tallent, Lyman Bryant, Ronnie Barnes, Jimmy Taylor, Wallace Baker, Johnny Swan, Bob Dinnes, and Johnny Taylor. Third row: Alex Grant, Jimmy Simpson, Newton Shields, Larry Franklin, Lewis Ashe, Tommy Fagg, Ronnie Higdon, Douglas Franklin, Sonny Burrell, Jimmy Williams, and Mr. Dick Stott. Boys’ Monogram Club OFFICERS (left to right): Johnny Taylor, Vice-President; Mr. Dick Stott, Sponsor; Bob Dinnes, President. The Boys’ Monogram Club is made up of boys who have earned a letter in athletics at Franklin High School. Monogram letters are awarded by the coaches at a banquet sponsored by the Franklin Rotary Club. The main function of the club is to stimulate participa¬ tion in athletics and promote sportsmanship. The club co-sponsors the Senior-Faculty Basketball game in the spring. 94 " . . . Me eaAK lettenA, . . . " First row (left to right): Susie Henson, Shelia Duvall, Sally Price, Carol Ann Cloer, Marcia Olson, Sharon Duvall, and Jewell Fox. Third row: Linda Lea- Heddon and Carolyn Myers. Second row: Sara Bryson, Janice Cabe, Betty thennan, Joyce Angel, Linda Corbin, Eva Lyn Sams, and Frances Taylor. OFFICERS (left to right): Sara Bryson, Vice-President; Betty Cloer, Treasurer; Carol Ann Hedden, Secretary; Mrs. Rose Corbin, Sponsor; Carolyn Myers, President. The purpose of the Girls’ Monogram Club is to uphold good sportsmanship throughout the school. The main function of the club is to promote fellowship and school spirit on the part of the students who actively participate in and support the athletic program offered by our high school. Girls’ Monogram Club 95 " Jlakla . . . " OFFICERS (First row, left to right): Jane Hoilman, Second Vice-President; Suzanne Cunningham, Reporter; Linda McClure, Secretary; Sharon Duvall, Third Vice-President. Second row: Alex Grant, Sergeant-At-Arms; Doug Franklin, President; Robert Vinson, Treasurer; Jimmy Teague, Critic; Benny Swafford, First Vice-President. Spanish Club The purpose of the Spanish Club is to familiar¬ ize the members with the Spanish language and with the customs and literature of the Latin American countries. First row (left to right): Benny Swafford, Kenneth Reynolds, Bruce Elliot, Doug Franklin, Alvin Healy, Wayne Yonce, Wayne Tallent, Alex Grant, and Jimmy Teague. Second row: Carolyn Myers, Julia Ann Shields, Sarah Jane Berry, Josephine Guest, Susie Henson, Patsy Finney, Jane Hoilman, Emma Lou Stanfield, Mary Cabe, Margaret Clarke, Sharon Duvall, Suzanne Cunning¬ ham, Linda Green, Janet Holland, and Dorothy Frizzell. Third row: Randy Jones, Wayne Seabock, Lyman Bryant, Sandra Henson, Martha Angel, Robert Vinson, Leon Holland, Howard Johnson, Linda McClure, Bonnie Cheek, Mary Frances Myers, Betty Emory, Polly Curtis, Brenda Kirkland, and Wanda Bailey. 96 " Zducatkm jpsi a jjutu e ( neAaticm f r OFFICERS (First rote, left to right): Donna Stewart, Parliamen¬ tarian; Hilda Sanders, Treasurer; Carol Thompson, Secretary; Sue Crawford, Reporter. Second row: Emma Lou Stanfield, Librarian; Rebecca Grant, Historian; Paul Cabe, Vice-President; Carol Calloway, President. Future Teachers of America Club The purpose of the Future Teachers of Ameri¬ can is to interest students in becoming teachers. The F.T.A. promotes the realization of the value of education to the American way of life. First row (left to right): Carol Thompson, Donna Stewart, Carole Wurst, Joyce Cloer, Susan Richardson, Sue Crawford, Nancy Howard, and Hilda Sanders. Second row: Marilyn Gwinner, Julia Ann Shields, Merrilee Bryson, Emma Lou Stanfield, Linda Sue Phillips, Mary Frances Myers, Linda Revis, and Cai ' ol Calloway. Third row: Cynthia Lynch, Sandra Henson, Jewel Fox, Frances Duncan, Paul Cabe, Rebecca Grant, Pat Poole, Sheila Holland, and Frances Ann Berry. 97 " JiiuitUuj, the eluAiae X . r r First row (left to right): John Crawford, Leon Holland, Larry Burch, Janice ni5iT art ' t 1 j a 9 ag e ’ Rllt , h Gillespie, Jewel Fox, Rebecca Grant, Linda Sue Phillips, Linda Revis, and Martha Angel. Second row: Mr. L. C. Howard (sponsor), , Don Davenport, Jimmy Teague, Howard Johnson, Alvin Healy, Randall McDowell, Bill Walker, Paul Cabe, Alex Grant, Boh Dinnes, Robert Vinson, Walter Taylor, and Raddy Franklin. Hi Pi Club OFF ICERS (left to right): Linda Sue Phillips, Secretary- Treasurer; Donald Davenport, President; and John Crawford Vice-President. The purpose of the Hi Pi Club is to broaden and deepen the interest of its members in mathematics, to increase knowledge of the subject, and to bring to others an appreciation of the values of the subject. 98 " c %incj, Alcmcj, r f First row (left to right): Merrilee Bryson, Brenda Kiser, Linda Moffitt, Sheila Holland, Faye Phillips, Sheila Duvall, Peggy Cunningham, Frances Slagle, Sue Crawford, Mary McCabe, Carolyn Kinsland, Dwain Kinsland, Jean Crawford, and Mr. James Harwell, director. Second row: Jean Mason, Clydia Johnson, Cherry Vaughn, Marcia Kay Olson, Janice Stewart, Ruth Gillespie, Hilda Sprinkle, Brenda Seagle, Cecilia McCleskey, Elain Willis, Suzanne Cunningham, and Carolyn Horn. Third row: Sandra Henson, Gaye Phillips, Frances Duncan, Nancy Hunter, Betty Mae Stamey, Cheryl Duvall, Sharon Duvall, Margaret Horn, Lyn West, Kathy Burnette, and Frances Ann Berry. Fourth row: Beverly Darnell, Jewel Fox, Betty Ann Bulgin, Jane Hoilman, Sharon Mason, Betty Emory, Ruth Simmons, Julia Ann Shields, Pat Norton, Sylvia Ledford, and Barbara Medlin. Fifth row: Pat Patton, Tommy Sherrill, Kenneth Cabe, Robert Vinson, Dorothy Frizzell, Margaret Clark, Kathy Cochran, and Beth Swan. Sixth row: Donald Fisher, Ham Patillo, Tommy Nolen, Ray Fox, Randy Jones, Eddie Guy, Larry Burch, and Ronnie Parrish. Franklin OFFICERS (seated): Lyn West, Senior Representative. Standing (left to right): Randy Jones, President; Sue Crawford, Sophomore Representative; Sharon Duvall, Junior Representative; Beth Swan, Freshman Representative; and Mr. James Harwell, Director. The purpose of the Franklin High Chorus is to create a love and appreciation of music of all types within each member. The Club gives the students who wish to join the opportunity to participate in numerous programs which are presented by the Chorus at various intervals throughout the school year. High Chorus 99 " fiaildisicj, w (Pik . r r OFFICERS (First row, left to right): Jessie Mashburn, Treasurer; Shirley Johnson, Reporter; Janice Dills, Secretary; Patsy Fulcher, Parliamentarian; Carolyn Setser, Historian. Second row: Mrs. Marjorie Crawford, Sponsor; Linda Leatherman, President. F. B. L. A. Club The Future Business Leaders of America helps its members to achieve a better understanding of ev¬ eryday business and economic practices, procedures, and conditions. It provides its members with an additional prestige credential when applying for jobs, and the organization also gives an opportunity for experience in operating not only as a part of a local, but also as a part of a national and state organi¬ zation. r « ACT icr 5- ' iiFsSSPlf f Br t | MMTCKg.., ,4k- f f mm t First row: (left to right) Hilda Sanders, Joyce Lovell, Frances Hylton, Carol Hedden, Janice Cabe, Martha Holland, Ann Cabe, and Carolyn Bates. Second row: Janice Dills, Ethel Sorrells, Jessie Marie Mashburn, Sara Jane Berry, 100 Shirley Houston, Carolyn Shook, Louise Cabe, and Shirley Johnson. Third row: Glenda Lee, Mrs. Majorie Crawford, Linda Leatherman, Phyllis Sue Brendle, Carolyn Setser, Peggy Deitz, Pat Fulcher, Shirley McGaha, and Freda Bradley. " Mtop, look, and Uiien r r MR. FRANK RAMSEY Sponsor Safety Patrol The Safety Patrol participates in the various school activities throughout the entire year by assisting the Police Department and faculty members in keeping an orderly flow of traffic at ball games. They assist the faculty in helping to maintain order and keeping people off the court during the basketball season. Primarily, they help the smaller children to cross the streets safely and raise and lower the school flag. Lx First row (left to right): Dennis Vinson, Gary Young, Buddy Taylor. Bill Reid, and Eddie Hunter. Second row: David Raby, Herbert Hurst, Duel Carpenter, Jerry Clark, Larry Burch, and Johnny Myers. 101 " Iketie U na j ilc ate like a b ak First rotv (left to right): Claudetta McCoy, Polly Curtis, Lyn West, Linda Henderson, Donna Stewart, Dwain Kinsland, Betty Sue Williamson, and Carol Calloway. Second, row: Glenda Lee, Suzanne Cunningham, Ruth Simons, Linda Sue Phillips, Carolyn Bates, and Ann Cabe. Third row: Nancy Berry, Louise Cabe, Mildred Tallent, Nancy Jane Burch, Nancy Dowdle, Janice Stewart, Carol Dene Evitt, Evelyn Long, and Emma Lou Stanfield. Fourth row: Benny Ramsey, Truman Tippett, Buddy Angel, Robert Vinson, Rebecca Grant, Gertrude Cabe, Janie Hooper, Mrs. Mamie Y. Scroggs, Librarian, and Tommy Crawford. Library Club iS® . ... T . M- ; jE 1 - SilPiBf " Pr If llffa OFFICERS (first row , left to right): Linda Henderson, Treasurer; Gertrude Cabe, Secretary. Second row: Robert Vinson, President; Betty Sue William¬ son, Reporter; Lyn West, Vice-President. The purpose of the Library Club is to increase the interest of students in the library through participation in the various duties of its operation; thus giving the student assistants an opportunity to broaden their ex¬ perience, and at the same time render a valuable service to the school. The Library Club also gives its members an opportunity to explore librarianship as a possible vocation. 102 " All Hie w ild ' d a 4taae . First row (left to right): Allen Vinson, David Cloer, Joyce Lovell, Frances Hylton, Patsy Finney, Sally Price, Donna Stewart, Beulah Graham, Josephine Guest, Betty Emory, Frances McIntyre, Barbara Talley Carole Wurst, Frances Duncan, and Lyn West. Second row: Jewel Fox, Carolyn Myers, Peggy Dietz, Julia Arm Shields, Ruth Gillespie, Marcia Kay Olson, Fleta Tallent, Nancy Nelson, Jane Hoilman, Barbara Medlin, Patsy Norton, Merrilee Bryson, Elaine Willis, Linda Revis, Pat Poole, and Clydia Johnson. Third row: Sara Jane Berry, Doris Cruse, Sandra Henson, Janice Stewart, Betty Ann Bulgin, Cherry Vaughn, Linda Green, Kathy Burnette, Margaret Cowart, Brenda Hurst, Carolyn Crunkleton, Janice Blaine, Evelyn Long, Kenneth Tones, Brenda Kirkland, Sheila Holland, Miss Harris, sponsor. Fourth row: Ervin Burrell, Bobby Bell, Alex Grant, Pat Patton, Alvin Nicholson, George Mallonee, Robert Vinson, Linda Leathennan, Joyce Angel, Rita Ann Elmore, Cynthia Lynch, Sue Hawks, Randy Jones, Lee Holland, and Frances Ann Berry. Dramatics Club OFFICERS (left to right): Robert Vinson, Secretary-Treasurer, Lyn West, President; and Miss Jacqueline Harris. The purpose of the club is to create an active and intelligent interest in dramatic arts among the boys and girls in the high school. 103 " c %owe can aAcj,ue, mi many c nueA e . . r r Student s International Discussion Club First row (left to right): Susie Henson, Shirley Reynolds, John Crawford, Larry Burch, and Linda Sue Phillips. Second row: Mr. Clayton Ramsey, Sponsor , Rebecca Grant, Pat Newman, Carol Calloway, Janice Stewart, and Ruth Gillespie. Third row: Paul Cabe. Don Davenport, Bill Walker, Robert Vinson, and Wayne Seabock. The Students International Discussion Club is organized to acquaint students with the fundamentals of democracy, world broth¬ erhood and peace, and the freedom of speech. OFFICERS (left to right): John Crawford, President■ Pa Cabe, Reporter; Robert Vinson, Parliamentarian; Mr. Clayti Ramsey, Sponsor; Pat Newman, Secretary ; Bill Walk Vice-Fresident; and Carol Calloway, Treasurer. 104 Features ' v7 cjxtod name ailte i to be ckfrien than c tieat fyiclieA- . . . Outstanding Seniors SARA BRYSON Head Cheerleader Treasurer, Senior Class NANCY BURCH PAUL CABE Junior Marshal Vice-President, Beta Club Senior Superlative Winner, U. N. Speaking Contest JEWEL FOX Winner of American Auxiliary Speaking Contest Co-Captain, Girls’ Basketball Team ROBERT VINSON State Reporter, Library Club Boys’ State CHARLES WALDROOP President, Student Council Activities Editor, The Laurel Leaf 106 CAROL CALLOWAY Girls’ State Editor-in-Chief, The Laurel Leaf JOAN CRAWFORD President, Beta Club President, Student International Discussion Club DONALD DAVENPORT Copy Editor, The Laurel Leaf President, Hi Pi Club WADE WALDROOP Senior Superlative Junior Marshal JIMMY WILLIAMS Co-Captain, Football Team Co-Captain, Basketball Team BETTY SUE WILLIAMSON Secretary-Treasurer, Beta Club First Vice-President, Spanish Club 107 Senior Honor Students These students have maintained a record to be proud of throughout their four years school. Congratulations are in order for the achievement of this honor. in high NANCY BURCH CAROL CALLOWAY BETTY CLOER JOHN CRAWFORD DON DAVENPORT NANCY DOWDLE JEWEL FOX PAT FULCHER JEANNE JACOBS LINDA McCLURE SHIRLEY REYNOLDS ROBERT VINSON 108 Junior Marshals junior Marshals are honor students chosen from the junior class who have maintained a high average during their three years in high school. They will act as ushers and assist in other ways in the commencement exercises at the end of the year. LARRY BURCH SONNY BURRELL SUZANNE CUNNINGHAM POLLY CURTIS LOIS DEAL SANDRA DUVALL RUTH GILLESPIE REBECCA GRANT HOWARD JOHNSON DWAIN KINSLAND MARCIA OLSON LINDA SUE PHILLIPS EMMA LOU STANFIELD DONNA STEWART CAROL THOMPSON CHERYL VAUGHN DAYTON MASHBURN 109 Sophomore Servers From the sophomore class these eleven students, who have maintained high scholastic average, in serving at the Junior-Senior Banquet in the spring. were chosen to assist JOYCE ANGEL JANE BYRD KENNETH CABE JEAN CRAWFORD SUE CRAWFORD FRANCES DUNCAN CLARE BELLE GRAHAM JOYCE ELLIOTT 110 " And a 2.u en H G ' to-umed . Miss Franklin High f Miss Jane Byrd, a sophomore at Franklin High School, was chosen Miss F.H.S. by the student body. She was crowned by Principal Harry C. Corbin at a dance given In¬ die Student Council in her honor. Ill AtterJ MISS SARA BRYSON Senior MISS JOYCE CLOER Sophomore 112 ILL MISS JANICE DILLS Senior MISS JEANNE JACOBS Senior MISS CAROLYN SHOOK Senior Junior Varsity Basketball First Row (left to right): Jackie West, Tommy Carpenter, Robin Parry, Bobby Hunt, and Frank Moffitt. Second Row: Tommy Raby, Gary Shields, Andy Wilson, Marshall Higdon, and Hugh Franklin. Win ners at Roundtable Smiles could be seen on all faces as THE MOUNTAIN ECHO and The Laurel Leaf placed first at the 1961 Editors’ Roundtable at Western Carolina College. Each staff member felt that his efforts had been well re¬ warded when the publications won Roundtable honors. 114 COMPLIMENTS OF K Of MI MEMBER OF F.D.I.C 116 MACON CONSTRUCTION CO., INC. AMERICA PROGRESSES THROUGH CONSTRUCTION Phone LA 4-2146 FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA E. J. WHITMIRE, President MACON EQUIPMENT CO., INC. We Rent Equipment That Will Move The Earth Phone LA 4-3122 FRANKLIN, NORTH CAROLINA E. J. 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