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

 - Class of 1964

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This is an important place to us ... Here we spent a time of our lives which we can never recall ... we can only keep the memories of the lessons we learned ... and ... try to use our experiences to guide us in the wonderful future ahead of us. 6 0 0 wne ie me hfwrU 0 0 0 0 0 0 andfdayma 10 pwi feiHS m%h:-.-,,, ■ ■„ • ' , ■ . HgpM; - - rcPIlsS : 4 . ' ?k ' : y- ' P. f ;+ V-- ' • " ' £gjB$P .jK i WW|i 2 ■ % kH ! ' f5 i -,.V‘V = ' -Sj ' HO? paiftf 3 n Miss Franklin High School MISS FRANCES DUNCAN Queen Frances with her escort Jimmy Simpson. Shelia and escort Gene Young. Miss Shelia Duvall Maid of Honor 13 Miss F.H.S. and Court Seated, (left to right): Rebecca Kirkman, Jean Dills, Shelia Duvall, Jo Anne Corbin. Standing: Judy Pruett, Frances Taylor, Karen Houston, Frances Duncan, Carolyn Moses, Carolyn Clouse, Jane Cabe. 14 Ask the wise one! Is it going to explode ? A cautious thinker. It ' s safer! Charge!!!! Happy days are here for the kids ... but the annual staff must work on. 15 The few survivors that made it to the cafeteria. The mad rush to lunch ... That night... The building up of school spirit... It was an exciting game! It was a good year! 16 Senior MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Sue Crawford, Kenneth Cabe Superlatives MOST ATTRACTIVE Frances Duncan, Sam Barnard BEST PERSONALITY Kathryn Sanders, Zeb Cabe 17 BEST ALL AROUND Frances Taylor, Gene Young BEST CITIZENS Ila Sue Blaine, Gene Angel NEATEST Carolyn Clouse, Lee McGlamery BEST SPORTS Linda Corbin, Paul Armes 18 FRIENDLIEST Kay Holbrooks, L.T. Gibson Senior mk, Gf 4 - ' Svsr m v s. m vV -J A Jk Superlatives MOST INFLUENTIAL Claire Belle Graham, Robbie Gibson 19 Senior Superlatives MOST TALENTED Alice McCabe, Stanley St. Clair CLASS WITS Frances McIntyre, Deuane Hedden MOST POPULAR Jane Byrd, Alex Corbin MOST COURTEOUS Sheila Holland, Jim Simpson 20 mSm. 21 Outstanding JOYCE ANGEL Co-Captain, Basketball Secretary, Senior Class JANE BYRD Girls ' State Miss F.H.S., 1962 KENNETH CABE Senior Superlative Drum Major JEAN CRAWFORD Editor, Laurel Leaf Junior Marshal SUE CRAWFORD Captain, Cheerleaders President, Beta Club FRANCES DUNCAN Editor; Mountain Echo Miss F.H.S., 1964 22 Seniors SHELIA DUVALL Secretary, Student Body Governor ' s Council on Youth Fitness CLAIRE BELLE GRAHAM Editor, Mountain Echo Secretary, Beta Club JOE HALL Vice-President, Senior Class Senior Superlative DENNIS HOUSTON Vice-President, Student Body Co-Captain, Basketball GENE YOUNG President, Senior Class Co-Captain, Football PAT PATTON Editor, Laurel Leaf Boys ' State 23 Senior Honor Students These students have been chosen as honor students because of the high academic averages they have obtained during their four years at Franklin High. Joyce Angel Jane Byrd Kenneth Cabe Jean Crawford Sue Crawford Frances Duncan Shelia Duvall Donald Fisher Claire Belle Graham Charles Ledbetter Pat Patton Carole Wurst 24 s Franklin High School ' s represent¬ ative for the Governor ' s Council on Youth Fitness was Shelia Duvall. Macon County ' s nominee for the Morehead Award was Pat Patton. Sue Crawford was nominated for the Kathryn Reynolds Scholarship. eniors Receive Honors Donald Fisher and Pat Patton were delegates to Boys’ State. Delegates to Girls ' State were Sue Crawford, Jane Byrd, and Merrilee Bryson. 25 Junior Honor Students These seventeen honor students have strived hard to maintain high scholastic averages 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. Tom Carpenter Tom Crawford Don Duncan Jean Dills Lora Dowdle Mavis Dowdle Ben Grant Barbara Ann Holland Clydia Johnson William Johnson Jim Martin Kathy O ' Brien Ann Shepherd Betty Stamey Beth Swan Annette Swafford Nancy Vanhook 26 Sophomore Honor Students From the sophomore class, eighteen students have been named honor students because of their high scholastic averages. Ten of these honor students will be chosen to serve at the Junior-Senior prom in the spring. Diane Anders Sue Bell David Corbin Jo Anne Corbin Gary Dills Bill Garrison Betty Gladwell Susan Hyde Derold Ledford Diane Lovell Michael McDowell Carolyn Nolen Andrew Norton Jerry Poindexter Dennis Sanders Jean Shields Peggy Vinson Sarah Vinson 27 Students Win Honors NEDT certificates were given to these students. These students won the right to attend the All-State Band clinic. Franklin High ' s All-State band members won honors at Cull- owhee. At the 1963 Editor ' s Round¬ table, the Laurel Leaf took third place in its division. The Mountain Echo received an honorary award. Nancy Nelson was elected Secretary of the Western District North Carolina High School Library As¬ sociation. 28 Frances Duncan and Claire Belle Graham, Editors Jane Cabe, Assistant Editor Jane Byrd and Sue Crawford, Feature Writers Tommy Carpenter and Gary Tyler, Sports Writers Kenneth Cabe, Sports Editor Pam Cunningham and Frances Mc¬ Intyre, News Writers Lee McGlamery, Photographer Sandra Watkins, Art Editor 30 OFFICERS, (left to right) Tommy Carpenter, President; Shelia Duvall, Secretary-Treasurer; and Dennis Houston, Vice-President. ' ■Trrr JUNIORS, (left to right) Bruce Morgan, Kurt Emmrich, Jackie Brown, Mary Ann Wallace, Ben Shope, and Pete Haithcock. FRESHMEN, (left to right) Gail Seabock, Buddy Henson, Kathy Zickgraf, Jane Phillips, Emma Lee Carter, Joey Bell, and Carolyn Ledford. The students of Franklin High School, in order to promote the general welfare of the school, to encourage school spirit and student participation, and to provide a sound foundation for good citizenship, do establish the Student Council of Franklin High School. CLASS PRESIDENTS: Ben Grant, Junior; Gary Palmer, Fresh¬ man; Mr. Clark, Sponsor; Derold Ledford, Sophomore; Gene Young, Senior. Student Council SENIORS, (left to right) Alex Corbin, Gene Young, Frances Dun¬ can, Jim Simpson , and Lee McGlamery. SOPHOMORES, (standing) Jean Shields, Elaine Baldwin, and Jo Anne Corbin. (Seated) Andy Norton, Doyle Holland, Alton Sutton, and Tommy Henry. 31 Future Farmers OFFICERS, (left to right): Clyde Downs, Sentinel; Jimmy Taylor, President; Gary Hedden, Vice-President; L.T. Gibson, Secretary; Randall Vaughn, Treasurer. " First we must learn to get on!” JUNIORS AND SENIORS: Kneeling, (left to right): Paul Armes, L.T. Gibson, Randall Vaughn, Jimmy Tay¬ lor, Delbert Clouse, Doug Brendle, Gary Rrabson. Sec¬ ond row: Lewis Ashe, Dale Young, Zeb Cabe, Ernest Chastain, Roger Morgan, Gary Hedden, Curley Row¬ land, James Brabson, Tim Southard. Third row: Tim Raby, Charlie Enloe, Bruce Morgan, Bill Enloe, Wayne English, Joe Buchanan, Arnold Carpenter, Doyle Byrd, Bobby Dalton. Fourth row: Benny Reeves, Roy Lindsey, Daniel Bolick. 32 of America " Hurry, Mr. Proffitt ' s coming! " To develop agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship is the primary aim of the Future Farmers of America. It encourages conservation of the soil by teaching efficient ways of farming. FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORES: Kneeling, (left to right): George Lynch, Jerry Norris, Arthur Dalton, Glandon Vaughn, Jimmy Swafford. Second row: Larry Bolick, Donnie Clouse, Roger Adams, Paul Anderson, Harold Ledford, Nick Daniels. Third row: Clyde Downs, Jr., Jay Enloe, Eddie Raby, Larry Conley, Jackie Brab- son, Steve Cabe, Tommy Berry, Richard Alexander, Carl Alexander, Dennis Cabe. Fourth row: Brent Coch¬ ran, Paul Revis, Derold Ledford, Marvin Bolick, Dennis Bowers, Randall Sorrells, Morris Stiwinter, Leslie Bryson. 33 Our Panther Band performs! Fran klin High School Members of the Franklin High School Band are skilled in the playing of an instrument, and they continue to grow in appreciation of music through participa¬ tion in an organized musical group. mmtmm OFFICERS (Left to right): Mr. Harwell, Director; Buzzy Bryson, Freshman Class Representative; Bill Garrison, Sophomore Class Representative; Merrilee Bryson, Senior Class Representative; Gloria Wright, Assistant Drum Major; Nancy Powell, Band His¬ torian; Alice McCabe, Secretary-Treasurer; Kenneth Cabe, Wee- President; Beth Swan, President. 34 CLARINET SECTION, First row: Gloria Wright. Second row: Dana Baldwin, Patty Adams. Third row: Emma Lee Evans, Kathy Childers. Fourth row: Brenda Hurst, Martha SamGihc - ; Brenda Seagle, Marilyn Crawford FLUTE AND OBOE SECTION (left to right): Kenneth Cabe, Alice McCabe, Kirsten Horsley, Cecilia Henry, Martha Perry, Bill Garrison, Sonja Brendle, Elaine Whitaker. Band CORNET SECTION (left to right): Jimmy Perry, Jimmy Horn- buckle, Jerry Welch, Buzzy Bryson, Susan Fisher, Roseanna Coates. LOW BRASS AND LOW WOODWIND SECTION, First row: George Lynch, Charles Jamison. Second row: Beth Swan, Susie Collins, Nancy Powell, Gary Catway, Betty Stamey. PERCUSSION SECTION (left to right): George Hubbs, Ricky Brogden, Merrilee Bryson. First row (left to right): Mr. Harwell, Director; Alice McCabe, Kirsten Horsley, Cecilia Henry, Martha Perry, Billy Garrison, Sonja Brendle, Elaine Whitaker, Kenneth Cabe. Second row: Dana Baldwin, Martha Sam Gibson, Brenda Seagle, Brenda Hurst, Marilyn Crawford, Kathy Childers, Emma Lee Evans, Patty Adams, Gloria Wright. Third row: Jimmy Perry, Jerry Welch, Roseanna Coates, Jimmy Hornbuckle, feuzzy Bryson, Susan Fisher. Susie Collins, Beth Swan, and Betty Stamev. Fourth rou Nancy Powell, Gary Catway, Merrilee Bryson, George Hubbs, Ricky Brogden, Charles Jamison, George Lynch. Absent: Dennis Cabe and Mike McDowell. 35 Franklin High School Chorus First row, (left to right): Elsa Kuppers, Ruth Nolen, Beth Swan, Nancy Powell. Second row: Karen Houston, Peggy Cun¬ ningham, Shelia Duvall, Sue Crawford, Joyce Bates. Third row: Elaine Owens, Elaine Baldwin, Pat West, Jean Crawford, Barbara Holland. Fourth row: Sandra Smith, Kathy Zickgraf, Ginger Shuford, Helen Slagle. Fifth row: Jo Anne Corbin, Rita Ann Elmore, Pat Queen, Frances Slagle. First row, (left to right): Kenneth Cabe, Tommy Nolen, Tommy Sherrill, Donald Fisher, Pat Patton. Second row: Marion Stamey, Johnny Cabe, Lee Mc- Glamery, Billy Garrison, Stanley Clark. First row, (left to right): Sue Green, Pat Grant, Beverly Darnell, Frances Duncan, Alice McCabe. Second row: Elaine Rogers, Jane Holbrooks, Merrilee Bryson, Betty Stamey, Susie Collins. Third row. Wilma Wilson, Jean Mason, Cheryl Harrison, Gail Elliott, Joyce Sanders. Fourth row: Suzy Hyde, Gail Seabock, Brenda Thompson, Mary Jamison. Fifth row: Elaine Reece, Carolyn Ledford, Lillie Mae Morgan, Sara Mann, Brenda Bolick. The main purpose of the Franklin High School Chorus is to deepen a student ' s appreciation and enjoyment of music through participation in organized singing groups. OFFICERS: (left to right): Betty Stamey, Secretary-Treasurer; Shelia Duvall, President; Sue Crawford, Vice- President. " Higher, Tommy, Higher! " " You tell them Shelia, I ' m so mad I can ' t!! " 36 Library Ciub OFFICERS: (left to right): Linda Shook, Secretary; Vivian Lindstrom, Reporter; Janie Hooper, President; Johnny McCall, Vice-President; Nancy Nelson, District Sec¬ retary; and Mrs. Clark, Sponsor. The main purpose of the Li¬ brary Club is to enable students to learn more about the library and to render service to the school. Library Assistants gain valuable experience in helping Mrs. Clark. Seated (left to right): Sue Sanders, Peggy Cunningham, Ernestine Jones, and Vivian Lindstrom. Standing—second row: Kaye Holbrooks, Janie Hooper, Billy Womack, Frances Slagle, Sandra Watkins, and Linda Shook. Third row: Jean Welch, Beverly Dalton, Jimmy Daniel, Nancy Jones. Fourth row: R.V. Shields, Johnny McCall, Benny Cabe, and Bill Jamison. 37 Safety Patrol boys get instructions from Captain Truman Tippett. Safety Patrol The Safety Patrol assists in di¬ recting traffic and parking cars before and after school and during athletic events. The Safety Patrol is also responsible for the raising and lowering of the flag each day. First row: Mr. Ramsey, Sponsor. Second row: Eddie Bateman. Third row: Jim Pennington, Ronnie Norton, Clarence Clark, Bill Jamison, and Kenneth Holbrooks, Gary Dills and Danny Coates. 38 Future Homemakers of America First row: Cecilia McCleskey, Treasurer; Carolyn Kinsland, President; Ila Sue Blaine, Historian; Patsy Stiles, Secretary; Mrs. Cogan, Sponsor. Second row: Sonja Brendle, Reporter; Peggy Crisp, Parliamentarian; Sharon Mason, Vice-President. Since nearly all girls need to know the art of homemaking, the Future Homemakers of America strive to instill an interest in homemaking. This is done by practicing the different phases of caring for a home and a family. Pat and Beverly quit the smoking habit; Janice just went to the pipe. The Future Homemakers have initiation. First row, (left to right): Patsy Stiles, Nancy Nelson, Carolyn Mashburn, Kaye Wilkes, Joan Hedden, Luanne Evans. Second row: Janice Blaine, Linda Moffitt, Peggy Crisp, Sharon Mason, Judy Scott, Edith English, Barbara Elders. Third row: Brenda Scott, Linda Seay, Sonja Brendle, Margaret Horn, Jackie Brown, Martha Crawford, Betty Shepherd. Fourth row: Beverly Dalton, Linda Shook, Becky Stiles, Nancy Jones, Frances Houston, Barbara Holland. 39 Future Business Leaders of America Seated, (left to right): Janice Blaine, Linda Moffitt, Linda Wallace, Linda Shook, Vivian Lindstrom, Josephine Shep¬ herd. Standing: Nancy Nelson, Beverly Dalton, Gladys Cunningham, Shelba Jean Moore, Ernestine Jones, Evelyn Johnson, Nancy Hannah. The Future Business Leaders of America are given a better understanding of the field of business, and they are taught to become more competent business leaders. Business law class studies game laws. One of the projects of the F.B.L.A. Club was to paint and rebuild the school sign. " But, Mr. Fouts it will only take five minutes! " OFFICERS, seated: Vivian Lindstrom, President. Standing, (left to right): Josephine Shepherd, Treasurer; Nancy Nelson, Sec¬ retary; Shelba Jean Moore, Reporter; Linda Wallace, Historian; Janice Blaine, Parliamentarian; Mr. Fouts, Sponsor; Linda Moffitt, Vice-President. 40 Boys’ Monogram Club Ben Grant, Tom Crawford, Larry Cloer, Dennis Houston, Andy Wilson, Bill Houston, Gene Angel (absent). Boys who have earned a letter in athletics at Franklin High School make up the Boys ' Mono¬ gram Club which strives to stimulate participation in athletics and promote sportsmanship. " Now what play was that, Joe? ' OFFICERS, (left to right): Paul Armes, Secretary; Gene Young, President; Joe Hall, Vice-President; Jimmy Taylor, Sergeant at Boys on the bench urge their team onto victory against Sylva-Webster. 4 ) Girls’ Monogram Club The seniors try on their new blazers. OFFICERS, (left to right): Jane Byrd, Secretary; Linda Corbin, Treasurer; Frances Taylor, Vice-President; Joyce Angel, President. First row, (left to right): Joyce Angel, Linda Corbin, Frances Taylor, Carole Wurst, Shelia Duvall, Franees Berry, Frances Duncan. Second row: Sue Crawford, Jane Cabe, Sarah " Take, Take, Take it away! " Vinson, Deborah Franks, Glenda Reynolds, Jean Shields, Mrs. Corbin. Third row: Diane Anders, Carolyn Moses, Bonnie Young, Mavis Dowdle, Jean Dills, Donna Poole. Joyce comes out for a rest, and a deserved one too! 42 Beta Club SUE CRAWFORD President PAT PATTON Vice-President CLAIRE BELLE GRAHAM Secretary- Treasurer JOYCE ANGEL JEAN CRAWFORD FRANCES DUNCAN CHARLES LEDBETTER CAROLE WURST NEW MEMBERS, First row, (left to right): Nancy Vanhook, Ann Shepherd, Shelia Duvall, Barbara Holland, and Kathy O ' Brien. Second row: Mavis Dowdle, Charlie Enloe, Betty Mae Stamey, Lora Dowdle, Beth Swan, Jean Dills and Jane Byrd. Third row: Don Duncan, Ben Grant, Tommy Crawford, Kenneth Cabe, Tommy Carpenter, Donald Fisher, and Bill Johnson. MRS. MARTIN Sponsor 43 Th e Laurel Leaf Staff (Left to right): Pat Patton, co-editor; Mr. Morrow, sponsor; and Jean Crawford, co-editor. Photographers Jim Martin and Lee McGlamery V Big D and his Army. 44 (Bottom to top) Class Editors: Junior, Nancy Nelson; Freshman, Kathy O ' Brien; Senior, Janice Blaine; and Sophomore. Carol Taylor. Seated (left to right): Feature Editors, Mary Ann Wallace and Susan Richardson; Activities Editor, Jean Dills. Standing: Honors Editor, Sue Sanders. (Left to right): Sandra Watkins, Art Editor; Fleta Tallent, Typist; (Left to right): Ben Grant, Sports Editor; Tommy Crawford and and Pat Poole, Copy Editor. Donald Duncan, Business Staff. 45 The aims and purposes of the Health Careers Club are to foster wise choice of nursing and other health careers, to pro¬ mote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfaction of these careers, and to emphasize the importance of personal and community health. OFFICERS, (left to right): Glenda Reynolds, Secretary-Treasurer; Kaye Hol¬ brooks, Vice-President; Donald Fisher, President. Health Careers Club First row, (left to right): Elsa K uppers, Beth Swan, Taylor, Brenda Seagle, Elaine Rogers. Third row: Lloyd Jean Shields, Jackie Brown, Sara Vinson. Second row: Donaldson, Lee McGlamery, Pat Patton, Donald Fisher. Joyce Healy, Kaye Holbrooks, Glenda Reynolds, Carol 46 (Left to right): L.T. Gibson, J.C. Anderson, Alex Corbin, Jim Joe Hall; halfback, Gene oung; right halfback, Bobby Hunt, Taylor, Paul Armes, Jim Simpson, Deuane Hedden. Quarterback, fullback, Larry Cloer. Assistant coach Grady Corbin. In the opening game of the 1963 football season, under the direction of their new head coach, Eugene Styles, and his assistant Grady Corbin, the highly spirited Franklin Panthers traveled to Clayton, Georgia, with hopes of coming home with an upset in their pockets. But the powerful Clayton team proved to be too much for the inexperienced Panthers, as they came back on the short end of a 20-0 score in a non-conference game. The following week the Panthers journeyed to Andrews, where they were defeated 33-7. However, the score did not tell the closeness in which the game was played, as the two teams were locked in a tight defensive battle until late in the fourth quarter. The next week the Panthers were host to the powerful Clarksville, Georgia, team. Coming from behind in the last quarter the Panthers gained 6-6 tie. This proved to be the turning point of the season, as the Franklin team showed steady improvement in the re¬ maining games of the season. The week following the Clarksville game, the Panthers defeated the Hayesville Yellow Jackets, 14-0, in a rough and tumble game that was marked by an unusual number of penalities. The Panthers then met the Sylva-Webster Eagles, and, going into the game as heavy underdogs, they were defeated by only one point, 7-6. Bouncing back from this heart-breaking loss, Franklin then defeated Robbinsville 14-6 in a game played on the loser ' s home field. Following this the Panthers then spoiled Swain High ' s Homecoming hopes by gaining a 13-13 tie in the last quarter. In their next two games the Franklin team defeated non-conference foes Clyde and Westminster by the scores of 40-0 and 19-7, respectively. Coach Eugene Styles with co-captains Gene Young and Alex Corbin. Football 1963 48 JOE HALL Quarterback GENE YOUNG Halfback LAWRENCE COOK Halfback L.T. GIBSON DEUANE HEDDEN Ends LEWIS ASHE MIKE SIZEMORE Guards ALAN VINSON RICHARD ALEXANDER Managers JIM TAYLOR Center ALEX CORBIN PAUL ARMES Guards J.C. ANDERSON JIM SIMPSON Tackles 49 LARRY CLOER Fullback BOBBY HUNT Halfback LEONARD COOK Halfback First row, (left to right): linemen Tommy Crawford, Arland Evitt, and Larry Smith. Second row: Kurt Emmrich, Donald Fisher, and Nicky Jamison. Left to right, center Doyle Holland, halfback Gene Angel, quarterback Dennis Houston, and halfback David Long. In the final game of the season the Panthers brought a successful year to a climax by defeat¬ ing the Murphy Bulldogs by the score of 14-0. Constantly improving each game, and fooling pre-season predictions of a next-to-last place finish in the conference, the Panthers finished with a 5-3-2 record, tied for third place in the conference. Members of the Panthers ' football squad who will graduate this year are Joe Hall, Gene Young, Alex Corbin, Lawrence Cook, Lewis Ashe, Paul Armes, Jim Simpson,Deuane Hedden, L.T. Gibson, J.C. Anderson, Jim Taylor, Gene Angel, Dennis Houston, Arland Evitt, Larry Smith, and Donald Fisher. These sixteen seniors can be proud of the record that their team made in 1963. 50 (Upper left): Corbin gets helmet repaired. (Direct left): Young goes for yardage on end sweep. (Lower left): Several Panthers gang up for the tackle on a Hayesville Yellow Jacket (Upper right): Gibson hauls in a pass. (Lower right): Hall finds the going rough on the quarterback sweep. JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD, First row, (left to right): Buzzy Bryson, Bill Fagg, Johnny McGaha, Tommy Henry, Eddie Hoilman, Larry Seay, Bobby Cook, Dennis Sanders, and Buddy Henson. Second row: Coach Crawford, Gary Palmer, Ronnie Ledford, Derold Ledford, Alton Sutton, Clarence Shields, Steve Brown, Edward Bryant, Tom Berry, Jerry Chastain, Edwin Blaine, Coach Raby. 51 Cheerleaders REBECCA KIRKMAN FRANCES DUNCAN JANE BYRD BARBARA JENKINS SUE CRAWFORD Captain CAROLE WURST MARY BOLTON DONNA POOLE JUDY PRUETT JANE CABE Boys’ Basketball DENNIS HOUSTON Guard L.T. GIBSON HUGH FRANKLIN Guard Forward The Franklin Panthers boys’ basketball team, coached by Tommy Raby, who has led the Panthers to a 50-5 won-lost record over the past two seasons, opened the 1963-1964 basketball season with only one starter returning from last year ' s squad. Suffering from the loss of the graduation of last year ' s three all-conference players, the Panthers set out to rebuild themselves out of a team with little previous experience. The starting line-up was composed of juniors and seniors, but several sopho¬ mores made up the largest part of a very strong bench. In the opening game of the season, the Panthers looked impressive in a 57-28 victory over Clayton, Georgia, a non-conference foe. The following game they bowed to the Waynesville Mountaineers by the score of 49-41 in another non-conference affair. The Franklin five then edged the Sylva-Webster Golden Eagles 51-47 in the Panthers ' first conference game. In the next outing, the Panther-men defeated conference foe Cherokee by the score of 78-50. After slipping by arch rival Swain in a hard fought 46-39 battle, the Raby-coached Panthers trounched the Murphy Bulldogs 77-31, edged the Rabun Gap Warriors 50-47, and then avenged an earlier defeat by Waynesville by defeating the Mountaineers by the score of 48-42. A third loss of the season was absorbed when the Panthers traveled to Murphy and were upset 57-46. They bounced back to defeat Cullowhee 63-48 in an important conference contest but then were defeated by the Clayton Wildcats in a 45-44 non-conference overtime thriller. As the year¬ book goes to the printers, the Panthers hold a 8-3 won-lost record, un¬ defeated in conference play. Gibson hits for two against Sylva-Webster ALTON SUTTON Center STEVE CABE Forward HOMER HOLBROOKS Guard BOBBY HUNT Guard TOMMY CARPENTER Guard TOMMY RABY Coach JIM MARTIN Manager JERRY CHASTAIN Forward ANDY NORTON Guard 54 J. V. Boys’ Basketball First row, (left to right): Ronnie Ledford, Joey Bell, Buddy Henson, Stockton, Derold Ledford, Andy Bradley, and Coach Grady Corbin. Frank Hunter, David Pitts. Second row: Doug Angel, Mickey J. V. Ch eerleaders First row, (left to right): Martha Duncan (Captain) and Harrison, Mary Margaret Bulgin, Jane Holbrooks, Debbie Rogers. Second row: Sandra Smith, Cheryl Kathy Zickgraf, Mary McGlamery, and Wilma Dills. 55 JOYCE ANGEL Forward Girls’ Basketball LINDA CORBIN Roving Guard SHELIA DUVALL Roving Guard The Franklin Pantherettes, coached by Rose Corbin, who last year led her Panther team to a Smokey Mountain Conference tie for first place, opened the 1963-64 season with a 47-30 victory over a hard-fighting Clayton, Georgia team. The Corbin-coached team was then defeated by the highly ranked Waynesville Mountaineers by the score of 44-30, but bounced back the following week with a 49-19 trouncing of Sylva. Following this the Pantherettes then lost two heartbreakers to Cherokee and Swain by the scores of 24-19 and 21-20, respectively. They then upset highly rated Murphy by the score of 45-41. In their next outing the Franklin team slipped by Rabun Gap 48-35, but then lost another heartbreaking decision to Waynesville, 34-31. Murphy then gained revenge by routing the Franklin six by the score of 64-32. The Pantherettes were upset by Clayton 62-45, but then rallied for conference victories over High¬ lands and Glenville. As the annual goes to press, the Franklin team has a 3-2 won-lost conference record. FRANCES TAYLOR Forward JEAN DILLS Roving Guard FRANCES BERRY Guard MAVIS DOWDLE Guard 56 BONNIE YOUNG Roving Guard SARAH VINSON Forward JO ANNE ICENHOWER Forward DEBORAH FRANKS Forward MARY ANN WALLACE Guard JEAN SHIELDS KAREN HOUSTON Roving Guard Roving Guard ROSE CORBIN Coach DIANE ANDERS Manager CAROLYN MOSES Forward GENIE ENLOE Roving Guard GLENDA REYNOLDS Guard MARGARET BAILEY Forward GAIL SEABOCK Guard BRENDA BRIDGEMAN Forward 57 58 59 Administration MR. H. BEUCK, superintendent To The Seniors: To the 1964 graduates of Frank¬ lin High School I offer congratulations, tinged somewhat with envy. You come upon the stage at a time when the speed and magnitude of action far outstrip any period of the past. Your poten¬ tialities for good or evil are highly magnified by the tools of power that are yours to command. In no previous period of history has it been so vitally necessary for survival that we know the right and choose to do it. We have tried to give you a true sense of moral values that will be of immeasurable worth to you. MR. HARRY CORBIN, principal MRS. CONNIE CAMPBELL, secretary. Seniors, if your educational ex¬ periences at Franklin High School have promoted character building, have helped you to be more moral, more just to your associates, more disting- uishably patriotic, and more aware of your public responsibilities, they are worth the efforts which were necessary to provide them. 60 Math Department MR. EUGENE STYLES General Math, Algebra , II, Football Coach, Boys ' Monogram Club MRS. LOUISE LEDFORD Algebra , General Math 61 All courses offered by the math depart¬ ment are designed to help the student develop a comprehension of ideas and fundamental skills of mathematics. The math depart¬ ment strives to instill an awareness of the transfer of learning in life situations. The student also prepares himself for logical deductions; he learns to interrelate various ideas in mathematics. MR. L.C. HOWARD, JR. Algebra II, Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry, Math V Physical Education MR. TOM RABY Civics, Health and P.E., Boys ' Basketball Coach, J.V. Football Coach, Boys’ Monogram Club MRS. ROSALIE CORBIN Health and P.E., Girls ' Basketball Coach, Girls’ Monogram Club MR. GRADY CORBIN U.S. History, Civics, Health and P.E., Football Coach, J.V. Basketball Coach, Boys ' Monogram Club The health and physical education department offers each child the opportunity to develop as an individual, with full consideration given to values in human growth, development, and behavior. 62 MRS. JOYCE HARDIN Civics, English II, III English MRS. KATHRYN MATTHEWS English III MRS. MILDRED AYSCUE English I, II MRS. JOAN CLARK English I 63 English, a required course for all stu¬ dents, is designed to aid the student in developing all areas of communication. The English department offers students the opportunity to speak in front of groups; the department strives to help the student develop his listening abilities. English courses are also designed so that the stu¬ dent may develop his reading and writing skills. Through courses in literature, the student gains an appreciation and an understanding of literary works. A final objective of the English department is to help the student correlate English skills to the work in all subjects as well as to life outside the school. MR. DILLARD MORROW English IV, The Laurel Leaf MISS JEAN HEMPHILL Arts and Crafts I, II, Jewelry Art The art department of F.H.S. provides opportunities for the students to use art media as a means of creative expression. The department strives to awaken in the students an awareness of beauty in nature and their environment, and to enlarge the knowledge of the basic art elements and the principles of design underlying all art expression. Guiding the students in discovering their own potentialities in the field of art, and acquainting the students with the satisfaction that can be derived from contributing their art work to enrich the school and community are two of the objectives of this department. Guidance The guidance counselor counsels with each individual student to assist him in appraising his aptitudes, interests, abilities, and needs; in making satisfactory adjustments; and in choosing appropriate educational and vocational goals. The interpretation and use of test data is another primary aim of this department. MISS FRANCES WINSTEAD Guidance 64 MRS. MYRA WALDROOP General Science, Chemistry, Health Careers Club MR. GLEN CLARK Biology, General Science, Student Council Science Department MRS. MILDRED MARTIN Biology, Beta Club MR. CLAYTON RAMSEY General Science, Mechanical Drawing, Physics Objectives of the science department are many. The science department strives to help students acquire the principles, concepts, facts, and appreciation through which they can better understand and appreciate the nature of the earth, its inhabitants and the universe. Students are taught methods that will help them use wisely and efficiently the natural resources of our earth as well as the products of science. As in other departments, the sci¬ ence department has a major aim to help the students develop the ability to think crit¬ ically. 65 MISS JEAN PHILLIPS World History, English II MRS. MARGARET DOUGLASS Geography, Civics, U.S. History " Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness " —students in the social studies department hear these rights discussed many times. The social studies department strives to help the student develop an understanding of the democratic concept that all human beings, regardless of race, nationality, or creed are entitled to these rights. Through the history courses, students attain an appreciation for the develop¬ ments and contributions of the past, and taking courses in civics and eco¬ nomics, students develop an awareness of state, national, and international problems. Social Science 66 MR. MERRITT FOUTS Bookkeeping, Business Law, General Business, General Math, F.B.L.A. MISS DARLENE COLLINS Typing I, II, Journalism, General Business, The Mountain Echo MRS. MARJORIE CRAWFORD Typing I II, Shorthand, Office Practice Business Department The business department attempts to give the non-vocational students basic consumer education and education for social-economic efficency so that they might better be able to cope with everyday problems involving business and economic concepts. The department also strives to help the vocational students who have shown a desire for vocational competency develop the skill training and the occupational intelligence necessary for them to make satisfactory occupational adjustments. Librarian Duties of the librarian range from order¬ ing books, classifying them and preparing them for student use to the instructing of freshmen English classes in how to use the library. In between all of these duties come duties such as keeping records of all books that are checked in and out of the library, keeping up-to-date records, and teaching pupil assistants how to use the library and how to perform various duties. MRS. REBECCA CLARK Librarian, Library Club 67 To help the students develop an appreciation of the life, customs, and culture of the Spanish and French speaking countries is a major objective of the foreign language de¬ partment. Another objective closely related to this objective is to help the students develop an understanding attitude toward other people with a view of eradicating racial, religious, and nationalistic prejudices. Teachers in the language department endeavor to teach communications involving listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing abilities. Home Economics MRS. CAROLYN COGAN Home Economics I, II, III, F H A Courses in the home economics department are designed to encourage a wholesome attitude toward assuming home responsibilities. Home eco¬ nomics helps the students develop an understanding of why people are dif¬ ferent, and a feeling of tolerance for other people. Helping the students develop an understanding of acceptable social behavior and helping to develop an understanding ofhowwemay attain emotional maturity are two other o b¬ jectives of this department. MISS JOY McCOLLUM English I, Spanish I, II, French II Foreign Language MISS ANN PENNINGTON Spanish I, II, III, English II 68 Agriculture Major objectives of the agri¬ culture department are to teach present and prospective farmers proficiency in agriculture and to give training in citizenship, co¬ operation, scholarship, thrift, re¬ creation, and leadership. MR. WAYNE PROFFITT Agriculture I, II, III, IV, F.F.A. Driver Ed ucation The driver education depart¬ ment undertakes to provide an understanding of what the job of a driver is and of the importance of building sound traffic habits. This department endeavors to show that knowledge of traffic laws is one essential basis for development of sound, courteous, law-observing driving. Another primary objective of the driver education department is to include a step-by-step pro¬ cedure for driving a car, and to teach the essential facts about what makes the car run. MR. FRANK RAMSEY Driver Training, Safety Patrol Music MR. JAMES HARWELL Band, Chorus, Glee Club The music department helps stu¬ dents develop skills in playing an instrument and in vocal produc¬ tion. The music department offers opportunities to continue growth in appreciation and enjoyment of music through participation in organized musical groups. I don ' t want to play the redheads again. Add two for " T ' Fill ' er up to the brim Rocking at Panther Den Did you see that! Taking a break at the Student Council party. 70 71 SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: (left to right): GENE ANGEL, Secretary; SHEILA HOLLAND, Treasurer. YOUNG, President; JOE HALL, Vice-President; JOYCE Four years of laughter, tears, and much work, and now finally the time of preparation is finished, gone, not to be recalled. All the hours spent in studying math, chemistry, and physics are only memories. English IV, with its Macbeth, caused some burning of the night oil, but after all our study, we realize that life is not a tale told by an idiot and that lifes does signify some¬ thing. Our years at Franklin High were full of sound and fury, but these years also are filled with happiness, love, and many wonderful memories. 72 MARGARET ELLEN AMMONS Future Plans: Beautician JOSEPH CLIFTON ANDERSON Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4. Future Plans: Undecided JOYCE CAROLYN ANGEL Activities: Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club, 1,2,3,4; All-conference, 3; Co-Captain, 3; Beta Club, 3,4; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Mar¬ shall, 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom, 3; Class Officer, 4; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: College—P.E. Teacher WILLIAM GENE ANGEL Activities: Football, 4; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: Undecided WILLARD PAUL ARMES Activities: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Future Farmer, 4; College Day Committee (Information), 4; Senior Super¬ lative, 4. Future Plans: College or Armed Service LEWIS HAYS ASHE Activities: Football, 2,3,4; Future Farmers, 1, 2,3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4. Future Plans: Undecided JO EVELYN BARNARD Future Plans: Work 73 SAMUEL LEE BARNARD Activities: Football, 1,2; Baseball, 1, 2; Decoration Committee, 3; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: L’.S. Coast Guard Academy GEORGE RONNIE BARNES Activities: Football, 1.2; Monogram Club, 1,2. Future Plans: Navy FRANCES ANNE BERRY Activities: Basketball, 2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club, 3,4; Chorus, 2. Future Plans: Beautician 1 LA SUE BLAINE Activities: F. H.A., 3,4; Historian, 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: Beautician JANICE EDITH BLAINE Activities: Dramatics Club, 2; Annual Staff, Freshman Editor, 3, Senior Editor, 4; future Business Leaders, 3; Parliamentarian 4; In¬ formation Committee College Day, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Editors Roundtable, 3,4; Future Homemakers, 4. Future Plans: College RONALD HEATH BOLTON Activities: Football, 1; Decoration and Clean¬ up Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Army or Trade School JERRY THOMAS BOWERS Activities: Football, 3. Future Plans: Undecided 74 ELIZABETH ANN BRADLEY Activities: Decoration Committee Jr.- Sr. Prom, 3; Teen-age Democrat Club, 1,2,3. Future Plans: X-Ray Technician RICHARD ERVIN BRADLEY Future Plans: Undecided SONJA GAIL BRENDLE Activities: Spanish Club, 2; Band, 2, 3,4; F.H.A., 4; Reporter F.H.A., 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3. Future Plans: Beautician SHELBA JEAN BROWNING Activities: Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Work MERRILEE ANN BRYSON Activities: Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 3,4; Senior Representative of Band, 4; Accompanist 2,3,4; F.T.A., 1,2,3,4; Treasurer of F.T.A., 3; J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Library Club, 3; College Day Committee (Flower), 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom; Refreshment Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Girls State, 3; Senior Scouts, 1,2. Future Plans: College CAROLYN BUCHANAN Activities: Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Work LEON MOLTON BUCHANAN, JR. Activities: College Day Committee, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: College 75 MICHAEL LEE BURNETTE Activities: J.V. Football, 1; Square Dance Club; Biology Club; College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College BETTINA JANE BYRD Activities: Secretary-Treasurer, Freshman Class; Student Council, 1; J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Rotary Club Ban¬ quet, 1,2,3; Varsity Cheerleader, 2,3, 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Sopho¬ more Server, 2; Jr. Marshal, 3;Girls ' State 3; Mountain Echo, Feature Edi¬ tor, 3, 4; Secretary, Junior Class; Chairman Band Committee, Jr.-Sen¬ ior Prom, 3; Reception Committee, College Day, 4; Editor ' s Roundtable, 3,4; Miss Franklin High School 2; FHA, Reporter 1; Senior Superlative, 4; Beta Club, 4. Future Plans: College JOHNNY CALVIN CABE Activities: Football, 1; Chorus and Band, 2,3; Decoration and Clean-up Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College KENNETH RAY CABE Activities: Chorus, 1,2,3,4; Band, 2,3,4; Drum Major, 2,3,4; President Band, 2; Vice-President, 4; Student Council, 2,3; Sec.-Treas., Sopho¬ more Class; Vice-President, Junior Class; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; Rotary Banquet, 2,3; Mountain Echo Staff, 4; Editors ' Roundatble, 4; Chorus Ac¬ companist, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club, 2,3,4; College Day Committee; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: College BENNY LARRY CABE Activities: Library Club. Future Plans: Undecided MARY JO CABE Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Teen-Age Democrat Club, 1,2,3; Health Career Club. Future Plans: Medical Records Secretary WENONA CABE Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Teen-Age Democrat Club, 1,2,3. Future Plans: Nurse 76 ZEB WOOD IE CABE Activities: F.F.A. , 1,2,3,4; Teen-Age Democrats Club, 1,2,3; Senior Super¬ lative, 4. Future Plans: College TERESA FRANCINE CALLISON Activities: Basketball, 1; Cheerleader, 1; Sophoteers, 2; Chorus, 1,2,3; Band, 1 . Future Plans: College JACKIE BOB CARPENTER Future Plans: Work ERNEST EUGENE CHASTAIN Activities: F. F. A., 1,2,3,4; Basketball Man¬ ager, 1; Football, 1. Future Plans: Trade School FRANCES CAROLYN CLOUSE Activities: Spanish Club, 2; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Miss Franklin High School Court, 3; College Day Committee. Future Plans: Mars Hill College JACKIE BILLY COOK Future Plans: Mechanic LAWRENCE COOK Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club, 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . Future Plans: Armed Forces 77 GLADYS LINDA CORBIN. Activities: Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Co- Captain, 3; All-Conference, 3; Mono¬ gram Club, 1,2,3,4; Decoration Com¬ mittee Jr.-Sr., 3; Health Career Club, 4; Student Council, 1; Future Home¬ makers, 4; Senior Superlative, 4; Of¬ ficer, Monogram Club, 4. Future Plans: Nursing JESS ALEXANDER CORBIN, JR. Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club, 2,3,4; Class President, 2; Football Captain, 4; Student Council, 2,4; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: College ROY PINKNEY CORBIN Activities: College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: Aviation SYBLE LOUISE COWART Activities: F.H.A., Decoration Committee Jr. Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Undecided MARY JEAN CRAWFORD Activities: Rotary Club Banquet, 1,2,3; Sopho¬ more Server, 2; Junior Marshal 3; Chorus, 2,3,4; Beta Club, 3,4; Student Council 3, An¬ nual Staff, 3,4; Co-Editor, 4; Reception Com¬ mittee, College Day, 4; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4. Future Plans: College SUSAN JANE CRAWFORD Activities: Jr. Varsity Cheerleader, 1; Varsity, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4; Rotary Club Scholastic Banquet, 1,2,3; Monogram Club, 3,4; Sopho¬ more Server; Junior Marshal; Girls ' State, 3; Chorus, 1,2,3,4; Class Representative, 2; Beta Club, 3; Vice-President, 3; President, 4; Chair¬ man, Refreshment Committee, Jr.-Sr. Banquet, 3; Mountain Echo, 4; Editors ' Roundtable 4; F.T.A., 1,2,3; Chairman, Reception Commit¬ tee, College Day, 4; Students International Dis¬ cussion Club, 3; Glee Club, 3,4; Senior Super¬ lative. Future Plans: College MARGARET LOUISE CRISP Activities: Basketball, 2; Future Homemakers, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Undecided 78 GLADYS ANN CUNNINGHAM Activities: Future Business Leaders, 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Undecided MARY LOUISE CUNNINGHAM Future Plans: Undecided PAMELA JEAN CUNNINGHAM Activities: Teen-Age Democrat Club, 1,2,3; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Publicity Committee College Day, 4; The Mountain Echo Staff, 4; Editor ' s Roundtable, 4; Health Club, 4. Future Plans: Nursing PEGGY RUTH CUNNINGHAM Activities: Glee Club, 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club, 2,3; Library Club, 4. Future Plans: College ROBERT EDWARD DALTON Activities: Football, 1. Future Plans: Work MARY FRANCES DILLS Future Plans: Undecided JOHN HENRY DOCKERY Future Plans: Work 79 ALICE MARIE DOWDLE Activities: F.H.A., 3; Decoration Com¬ mittee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Nursing DOROTHY LOUISE DOWDLE Activities: Treasurer, Freshman Class; Basketball, 1,2. Future Plans: Blanton Business Col¬ lege FRANCES ANITA DUNCAN Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Var¬ sity Cheerleader, 2,3,4; Co-Captain4; Rotary Honor Banquet, 1,2,3; Beta Club, 3,4; F.T.A. Club, 1,2,3; Dra¬ matics Club, 2; Students International Discussion Club, 3; Mountain Echo Staff, 3, Editor 4; Editor ' s Round¬ table, 3,4; Chairman, Jr.-Sr. Prom Decoration Committee; Pennant Com¬ mittee Chairman, College Day; Stu¬ dent Council 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 3,4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Junior Marshal, 3; Sophomore Server, 2; Miss Franklin High School Court, 2,3; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: College SHELIA ANN DUVALL Activities: Monogram Club, 1,2,3,4; Glee Club, 1,2,3,4; President, 4; Student Council, 1,3,4; Secretary, 3,4; Junior Marshal, 3; Maid of Honor, Miss F.H.S. Court, 3; Governor ' s Council on Youth Fitness, 3; Homeroom Of¬ ficer, 1,2; College Day Committee; Chairman Publicity Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom; Basketball, 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . Future Plans: College JEAN ELLIOTT Future Plans: Undecided JOYCE ELLIOTT Activities: Sophomore Server; Rotary Honor Banquet, 2. Future Plans: Undecided JAMES DAVID ENLOE Activities: Agriculture, 1,2,3. Future Plans: Architect 80 ARLAND WENDALL EVITT Activities: Football, 1,4; Golf, 3,4; Monogram Club, 4. Future Plans: College THOMAS SLAGLE FAGG Activities: Football, 1, 2, 3; Mono¬ gram, 2,3; Spanish Club, 3,4; De¬ coration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Students International Discussion Club, 3; College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College LARRY CHARLES FERGUSON Future Plans: Work DONALD WOODY FISHER Activities: Basketball, 1; Football, 1,4; Golf, 3,4; Chorus, 2,3,4; Glee Club, 3,4; Boys ' State Delegate, 3; Reception Committee and Clean- Up Committee, College Day, 4; Morehead Scholarship Candidate, 4; Junior Marshal, 3; Health Career ' s Club, 4. Future Plans: College JOHN ROBERT GIBSON Activities: Basketball, 1; Class Officer, 3; Co- Chairman Food Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Accountant LON THOMAS GIBSON Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1,2, 3,4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Class Officer, Vice-President, 1; Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom, 3; Clean-Up Committee, College Day, 4; Sentinel, Agricultural, 3. Future Plans: Armed Sendees WILLIAM MELVIN GIVVINES, JR. Future Plans: Surveyor 81 CLAIRE BELLE GRAHAM Activities: Student Council, 1; Sopho¬ more Server, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; Beta Club, 3,4; Secretary-Treasurer, 4; The Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4; Co- Editor, 4; Rotary Honor Banquet 1, 2,3; College Day Committee, 4; Food Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: College RONALD FRED GREGORY Future Plans: Mechanic or Construc¬ tion work JOYCE ANNETTE GUFFEY Future Plans: Beautician SAMUEL JOE HALL Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4; Basketball, 1, 2,3; Track, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President, 1; Vice- President, 4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; College Day Committee, 4; Student Council, 1; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: College NANCY ANNETTE HANNAH Activities: F.H.A., 1; F.B.L.A., 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Undecided JOYCE MARIE HASTINGS Activities: Drill Team, 2. Future Plans: Secretarial Work CLARA SUE HAWKS Future Plans: Undecided 82 JERRY DEUANE HEDDEN Activities: Football, 2,3,4; Track, 2, 3,4; Spanish Club, 3; College Day Committee, 4; Monogram Club, 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: College GLENDA SUE HENDERSON Future Plans: Undecided JOYCE HENRY Future Plans: Undecided PATRICIA KAY HOLBROOKS Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Library Club, 4. Future Plans: Undecided THOMAS THAD HOLDEN Future Plans: Work ARBUTUS ANN HOLLAND Future Plans: Work DELORIS BONNIE HOLLAND Activities: Girls Monogram Club, 2; F.H.A., 3,4; College Day Committee, 4; Basketball, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Work 83 SHEILA ANN HOLLAND Activities: Chorus, 2; F.T.A. 2,4; Stu¬ dent Council, 2; Treasurer, Senior Class; Spanish Club, 3; F.H.A., 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Senior Superlative, 4. Future Plans: College VERIL EUGENE HOLLAND Future Plans: Work and Business JOHN DAVID HOLT Future Plans: Trade School JANIE LEE HOOPER Activities: Library Club, 2,3,4; President, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Col¬ lege Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College MARGARET ELIZABETH HORN Activities: Chorus, 2,4; F.H.A., 2,3,4; Future Business Leaders, 3; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: College DENNIS MELVIN HOUSTON Activities: Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Football, 3,4; Track, 3,4; College Day Committee, 4; Vice- President, Student Council, 3,4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Arrangement Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Dramatics Club, 2; Engineer ' s Day, 3. Future Plans: College WILLIAM MICHAEL HOUSTON Activities: Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Track, 2,3; Col¬ lege Day Committee, 4; Arrangement Commit¬ tee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Monogram Club, 2,3,4. Future Plans: College 84 ERNEST MITCHELL HUGGINS Activities: Future Farmers, 1, 2, 3, 4. Future Plans: College or farming DORIS ANN JOHNSON Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Secretary ERNESTINE JONES Activities: F.B.L.A., 4. Future Plans: Beautician HAZEL ANN JONES Future Plans: Airline Hostess NANCY LEE JONES Activities: Chorus, 3; Library Club, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; F.H.A.,4. Future Plans: College or work SHIRLEY ANNE KELL Future Plans: College CAROLYN ANN KINSLAND Activities: F. H.A., 1,2,3; Vice-President, 2; President, 3,4; Chorus, 2,3; Secretary-Treas¬ urer, 3; Band. 2,3; Junior Representative, 3; College Day Committee, 4; Refreshment Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: College 85 FAIRY JANE KNIGHT Activities: Homeroom President, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Future Homemakers, 4. Future Plans: College VIVIAN LUCILLE LAMBERT Future Plans: Business College (Blan¬ ton ' s) CHARLES EDWIN LEDBETTER Activities: Beta Club, 3,4; Rotary Club Banquet, 1,2,3; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; N. C. Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, 3; Reception Committee, College Day, 4. Future Plans: College VIVIAN LOUISE LINDSTORM Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Head Majorette, 1; Feature Twirler, 2 Band, ,2; All-Star Band, 1; Band Officer, 1 Library Club, 4; Reporter, 4; F.B.L.A., 4 President 4. Future Plans: Kings College PATRICIA ANN MACE Future Plans: Business College LILLIE LAVAUNDA MILLER Future Plans: Beautician GEORGE ROGER MALLONEE Activities: Football, 1,3. Future Plans: College and Work 86 BETTY JEAN MASON Activities: Intramural Basketball, 1; Spanish Club, 2,3; Chorus, 2,3,4; Glee Club, 4; F.H.A., 3,4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; F.B.L.A., 4; Health Club, 4. Future Plans: College DOROTHY VIANNE MASON Activities: Future Teachers, 1. Future Plans: Business School or work SHARON JANICE MASON Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Stu¬ dent Council, 1; Chorus, 2; F.H.A., 3,4; Secretary, 3; Vice-President, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Undecided CAROLYN JEAN MASHBURN Activities: Decoration Committee, 3; F.H.A.,4. Future Plans: College CHARLES EMORY MASHBURN Activities: Wrestling, 2,3; German Club, 3. Future Plans: Navy LINDA ELAINE MASHBURN Activities: Student Council, 2,3; F.B.L.A., 3. Future Plans: Office Work TERRY FRED MASHBURN Future Plans: Armed Forces 87 LESLIE STANLEY MARVIN Activities: Homeroom Officer, 2. Future Plans: Western Carolina Col¬ lege ALICE IRENE McCABE Activities: Band, 2, 3, 4; Secretary- Treasurer, 3,4; Chorus, 2,3,4; Glee Club, 2,3,4; All-State Band, 3; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: College (Music Edu¬ cation) JESSIE LEE McCALL Activities: F.B.L.A., 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Refresh¬ ment, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Undecided CECILIA NORAINE McCLESKEY Activities: Chorus, 2,3,4; Glee Club, 3; Spanish Club, 3; F.H.A., 4; Treasurer, 4; Pep Club, 3. Future Plans: College jennie sue McConnell Activities: F.H.A., 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Business College WADE ROGER McCONNELL Activities: F.B.L.A., 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Junior College or Air Force JOSEPH DOUGLAS McDOWELL Activities: Homeroom Officer, 2. Future Plans: Navy 88 SHIRLEY JUNE McDOWELL Future Plans: Work BENNY LEE McGLAMERY Activities: Football, 1,2; Chorus, 2,4; Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4; Annual Staff, 4; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4; Student Council, 4; Publicity Chair¬ man, College Day, 4; Vice-President, 2; Publicity Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Health Careers Club, 4; Senior Su¬ perlative, 4. Future Plans: Underwater Basket Weaver FRANCES LORENE McINTYRE Activities: Basketball, 1; Dramatics Club, 2; Spanish Club, 2; Publicity Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Mountain Echo Staff, 4; Bulletin Board Com¬ mittee College Day, 4; Editor ' s Roundtable, 4. Future Plans: College LINDA CAROLYN MOFFITT Activities: Chorus, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Future Business Leaders, 4; Vice-President, 4; Future Homemakers, 4. Future Plans: College SHELBA JEAN MOORE Activities: F.B.L.A., 4. Future Plans: Business College ERSKINE VERNORRIS MONTEITH Activities: T. I. Club, 1. Future Plans: Meat Cutter BOBBY ROGER MORGAN Activities: F.F.A., 1,2,3,4. Future Plans: Undecided 89 CLAREECA ANN MORROW Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr. Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Business College or Beautician ALVIN ANDREW NICHOLSON Activities: Dramatics Club, 2; College Day Committee, 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Business College TOMMY DAVID NOLEN Activities: Chorus, 2,3,4; Decoration and Clean-Up Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Clean-Up Chairman, Col¬ lege Day, 4. Future Plans: College LENA GAIL NORRIS Activities: Spanish Club, 2; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Business School RICHARD PASCHAL NORTON Activities: Football, 1; Chorus, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: College NATHAN WILLIAM ODOM Activities: Key Club, 3; Beta Club, 3; College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College (Mathematician) LAWRENCE McDOWELL PATTON, JR. Activities: Rotary Honor Banquet, 1,2,3; Chorus, 2,3,4; Boys ' State Delegate, 4; N.C. Jr. Science and Humanities Symposium, 3; Beta Club, 3,4; Vice-President, 4; Engineers ' Day, 3; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4; State Beta Club Convention, 3; Decoration Committee Chairman, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Annual Staff, 3,4; Co-Editor, 4; Morehead Scholarship Nom¬ inee, 4; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College 90 WILLARD RANDY PENDERGRASS Activities: College Day Committee, 4. Future Flans: College WILLIAM MARION PITTS Activities F.F.A., 1; Football, 1; Ar¬ rangement Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Flans: College JOHN RODNEY POHLENZ Activities: College Day Committee, 4. Future Flans: Navy PATRICIA ANN POOLE Activities: Student Council, 1,2,3; J.V. Cheer¬ leader, 1; Future Teachers, 1,2; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom, 3; College Day Committee,4; Future Homemakers, 4; Annual Staff, 3,4; Junior Editor, 3; Copy Editor, 4. Future Plans: College SI’SAN DARLENE RICHARDSON Activities: Future Teachers, 1.2,3; Parliamen¬ tarian, 4; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3; College Day Com¬ mittee, 4; Future Homemakers, 4; Annual Staff, 3.4; Sophomore Editor. 3; Features Editor, 4. Future Plans: College HELTON VIRTA SANDERS Activities Agriculture, 1,3,4; Spanish Club, 2; Decoration Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3. Future Plans: Barber School KATHRYN LAl ' RA SANDERS Activities: F.B. L.A., 3.4. Future Teacher of America. 2; Senior Superlative. 4 Future Plans Beautician 91 SHIRLEY SUE SANDERS Activities: Annual Staff, 3,4; Feature ' s Editor, 3; Assistant Business Man¬ ager, 4; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4. Future Plans: Undecided JUDY ELAINE SCOTT Activities: Library Club, 3,4; Spanish Club, 2,3; Future Homemakers, 4; Health Career Club, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Nurse JIMMY RUSSELL SCROGGS Activities: Library Club, 3. Future Plans: Undecided SAMMY SEAGLE, JR. Future Plans: Trade School ELSIE JOSEPHINE SHEPHERD Activities: F.B.L.A., 4. Future Plans: Secretary RAYMOND HOYL SHEPHERD Activities: College Day Committee, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr., 3. Future Plans: Undecided JERRY LEWIS SHOPE Activities: College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: Undecided 92 REVENA KATE SHULER Activities: College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: College RUTH ANN SIMONS Activities: Chorus, 1,2; Library Club, 1 , 2 . Future Plans: Work JAMES WALTER SIMPSON Activities: Basketball, 1; Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Safety Patrol, 2; Explorer Scouts, 2,3,4; Student Council, 3,4; Class President, 3; Homeroom Rep¬ resentative, 4; Monogram Club, 2,3, 4; Spanish Club, 2,3,4; Library Club, 4; College Day Committee, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: College LARRY THOMAS SMITH Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; College Day Committee, 4; Football, 4; Spanish Club, 3. Future Plans: College STANLEY JUSTUS ST. CLAIR Activities: Spanish Club, 1,2,3,4; Student In¬ ternational Discussion Club, 4; Decoration Comm ittee, 4; College Day Committee, 4. Future Plans: Commercial Artist REBEKAH ANGELINE STILES Activities: Future Homemakers, 2,3,4; Vice- President, 3. Future Plans: Undecided CLINTON CLARK SUTTLE Future Plans: Business College 93 FRANCES CATHLENE TAYLOR Activities: Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Co- Captain, 3; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Vice-President, 2; Miss F.H.S. Court, 3; F.H.A., 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Undecided JAMES HOWARD TAYLOR Activities: Monogram Club. 2,3,4; Football, 1,2,3,4; Beef Judging Team, 2,3,4. Future Plans: College or Armed Ser¬ vice TRUMAN ROGERS TIPPETT Activities: Library Club, 2,3; Safety Patrol, 4. Future Plans: Air Force LOREN RANDALL VAUGHN Future Plans: Undecided JOHN CHANCY THOMAS, JR. Future Plans: College SHIRLEY ANN WOODARD Activities: Marching, 2; Band, 2; Chorus, 2; Future Homemakers, 2. Future Plans: Undecided PATRICIA LOUISE VAUGHN Activities: F.H.A., 3; Juniorettee, 3. Future Plans: Secretary 94 BERNICE CECILLIA WILLIAMSON Future Plans: Beautician ANDY STEPHEN WILSON Activities: Basketball, 2,3,4; Mono¬ gram Club, 3,4. Future Plans: Undecided MEDA WILLIS WILSON Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom, 3. Future Plans: Secretary WILLIAM BEASLEY WYKLE Future Plans: Undecided MARY CAROLE WURST Activities: Student Council, 1; J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Varsity Cheerleader, 2,3,4; F.T.A., 1,2; Rotary Honor Banquet, 1,2,3; Sophomore Server, 2; Jr. Marshal, 3; Monogram Club, 3,4; Students International Discussion Club, 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee, 3; College Day Committee Chairman, 4; Beta Club, 3,4; Mountain Echo Staff, 3; Editor ' s Roundtable 3. Future Plans: College DEWEY DALE YOUNG Activities: Future Farmers, 1,2,3,4. Future Plans: Armed Forces LARRY GENE YOUNG Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4; Co-Captain, 4: Basketball, 3; Class President, 4; Student Coun¬ cil, 2,3,4; College Day Committee, 4; Arrange¬ ment Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3; Track, 1, 3,4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4, President, 4. Future Plans: College 95 The new tables are nice ... A few moments to relax before the next class. Are you sure the pan was clean? Who says we ' ll not solve the problems of the world. Arland! JUNIOR OFFICERS: (right to left) BEN GRANT, President; TIM SOUTHARD, Vice-President; R.V. SHIELDS, Secretary; LEONARD COOK, Treasurer. JUNIORS As a Junior and an upperclassman, you became aware ol the spirit of Franklin High School. You were proud of your school and wanted to make it a better one. Classes in United States history, geometry, and English III made lasting impressions on you. You had many wonderful experiences and good times, all of which will be re¬ membered for a long time. 98 Class of 1965 James Ammons Reagon Ammons Virginia Ammons Rachel Angel Helen Barnes Mary Bingham Danny Bolick Carolyn Bowers Pat Bryson Brenda Buchanan Denzel Buchanan Joe Buchanan James Brabson Gary Brabson Douglas Brendle Jackie Brown 99 Class of 1965 Frances Cabe Jane Cabe Phyllis Cabe Arnold Carpenter Jo Ann Burch James Burrell Janice Burrell Doyle Byrd Tommy Carpenter Nancy Chastain Hampton Childers David Cloer Johnny Cloer Larry Cloer Laura Cloer Delbert Clouse 100 Class of 1965 Danny Coates Kathy Cochran Leonard Cook Max Cook Ronnie Crisp Carolyn Crunkleton Beverly Dalton Beverly Darnell 101 Ciass of 1965 Mavis Dowdle Gail Dowdle Donald Duncan Larry Duvall Hugh Franklin Bruce Franks Linda Gibson Linda Sue Gibson 102 Class of 1965 Ben Grant Maxine Green Pete Haithcock Nellie Henry Dorothy Higdon Janice Hodgin Cora Holden Jerry Holden 103 Class of 1965 Richard Holland Dennis Hooper Shirley Hughes Bobby Hunt Barbara Hurst Brenda Hurst Dennis Hurst Harry Jacobs Nicky Jamison Bill Jamison Bill Johnson Clydia Johnson Evelyn Johnson Ray Jones Margie Justice Tommy Justice 104 Class of 1965 Melba Keener Ruby Kell Margaret Leatherwood Elizabeth Ledford Nancy Leopard Cynthia Lynch Jimmy Martin Judy Martin Patsy Mashburn Jerry McClure Chester McConnell Harley McConnell Lee Roy McConnell Maragret McCoy Dennis McDowell Henry McMahan 105 Class of 1965 Frank Moffitt Betty Jean Moore Pat Moore Bruce Morgan Richard Nicholson Kathy O ' Brien Gloria Oliver Ronnie Parrish Junior Patton Dollie Peek Glenda Peek Ann Pendergrass 106 Class of 1965 Tim Raby Everett Randall Benny Reeves Randall Rogers Audrey Roper Curley Rowland Gary Rowland Brenda Seagle 107 Class of 1965 Dorothy Seagle Linda Seay Peggy Shepherd June Shepherd Benny Shope Wayne Shope Mike Sizemore Frances Slagle Ann Shepherd Tommy Sherrill R. V. Shields Linda Shook David Snyder Kent Southard Tim Southard Betty Stamey 108 Class of 1965 David Stiles Patsy Stiles Elam Stuart Annette Swafford Joyce Tallent Shirley Tallent Carol Ann Taylor Linda Teem Jerry Stamey Lois Stamey Carolyn Stanfield Brenda Stewart Martha Swafford Beth Swan Doug Tallent Fleta Tallent • _ 109 Class of 1965 Alan Vinson Joan Vinson Betty Sue Waldroop Linda Wallace Jean Welch Sandra Wells Dixie West Tamara Wilson Bill Womack 110 -_ t-r-.i,- _ 1 1 1 SOPHOMORE OFFICERS: DEROLD LEDFORD, President; DOYLE HOLLAND, Vice-President; BONNIE LOU YOUNG, Secretary. SOPHOMORES Sophomore days were spent disecting hideous creatures in biology labs. In English you be¬ came intimately acquainted with Julius Caesar and Silas Marner. You finally got around to joining a club or two and began to think about your plans for the future. 1 12 Richard Alexander Diane Anders Barbara Anderson Brenda Anderson Ellis Anderson Doug Angel Lela Angel Ronnie Armes Elaine Baldwin Harold Barrett Barbara Bates Joyce Bates Sue Bell Tommy Berry Rickey Blaine Larry Bolick Mary Bolton Morlan Bowman Class of 1966 Jackie Brabson Tava Bradley Terry Bradley Blanche Brown Steve Brown Edward Bryant Bill Cabe Delores Cabe Dennis Cabe Martha Cabe Steve Cabe James Carpenter Betty Chastain Jerry Chastain Clarence Clark Sandra Clark Stanley Clark Thad Clark Brent Cochran Judy Cochran Lloyd Collier Bill Collins 113 Susie Collins Bobby Cook David Corbin Jo Anne Corbin Diane Cowart Janice Crisp Mary Sue Crisp Teresa Crisp Leonard Cross Robert Crownover Lynn Cruse Jimmy Daniel Phyllis Deal Larry Deitz Linda Dendy Gary Dills Alvin Doster Charles Dowdle Pauline Dowdle Clyde Downs, Jr. Dennis Downs Cheryl Duvall Class of Gail Elliott Edith English Emma Evans Luanne Evans Randy Farmer Glenn Fitzgerald Sharon Fitzgerald Peggy Foxworthy Deborah Franks Bill Garrison Judson Gibson Betty Ann Gladwell Pat Grant Eddie Green Frankie Green Lee Green Evelyn Gregory Jerry Guffey 114 Jerzy R. Guffey Wanda Guffey David Gunnin Carol Hastings Joyce Healy Curtis Hedden Joan Hedden Louise Hedden Steve Hedden Cecilia Henry Tommy Henry Eugene Hodgin Ronnie Hodgin Pat Hogsed Eddie Hoilman Bruce Holbrooks Homer Holbrooks Kenneth Holbrooks 1966 Lula Belle Holbrooks Jimmy Holden Barbara Holland Doyle Holland Glenn Holland Perry Holland Baye Hopkins Linda Hopkins Ann Houston David Houston Elaine Houston Janice Houston Wayne Houston Jerry Hunnicutt Beverly Hunter Frank Hunter Bob Huscusson Suzy Hyde Mary Jamison Barbara Ann Jenkins Mike Johnson Peggy Justice 115 Janice Keener Phillip Keener Rebecca Kirkman Elsa Kuppers Donald Lakey Jim Lanning Derold Ledford Harold Ledford Linda Ledford Mary Ledford Harold Lequire David Long Glenda Long Linda Long Diane Lovell George Lynch Eddie Mason Cheryl Mashburn Bobby McConnell Gerald McConnell Lloyd McConnell Mike McCoy Class of Michael McDowell Beatrice McGaha Bobby McMahan Eleanor Metcalf David Monteith Lillie Morgan Ann Moses Carolyn Moses Carolyn Nolen Ruth Nolen Harry Norris Maxine Norris Andy Norton Martha Norton Woodrow Norton Lunda Odom Elaine Owens Jerry Parrish 1 16 Norman Peterman Faye Phillips Gary Phillips David Pitts Celia Poindexter Jerry Poindexter Nancy Powell Dearl Prince Russell Raby Tommy Ramsey Robert Randall Elaine Reece Diana Reed Steve Reeves Suzanne Reeves Glenda Reynolds John Richardson Mitch Rowland 1966 Billy Sams Bennie Sanders Dennis Sa nders Mary Sanders Roger Sanders Brenda Scott Gladys Scroggs Betty Shepherd George Shepherd Jean Shields Betty Shope Pete Shope Sandra Shuler Randall Sorrells Edwin Southard Patsy Southard Brenda Stamey Morris Stiwinter Linda Stoudemire Alton Sutton Danny Swafford Nancy Tallent 117 Shirley Tallent Scotty Thomas Brenda Thompson Judy Turpin Glandon Vaughn Jerry Vinson Peggy Vinson Sarah Vinson Lewis Walker Charles Ward Gerold Welch Jackie West Pat West Alice White Kay Wilkes Wilma Wilson Betty Wood Elaine Wood Gloria Wright Bonnie Lou Young Sophomores apply themselves in English II, Silas Marner, grammar, and themes are their fortune. Class of 1966 The day will come when the coveted senior class ring will belong to the sophomores. Sophomores now, but nextyear the Junior- Senior. 118 FRESHMAN OFFICERS: GARY PALMER, President; JOE BELL, Vice-President; KAREN HOUSTON, Secretary. FRESHMEN The freshman year is one of indecision and uncertainty. There are so many unanswered questions, new experiences, and new friendships that there is never a dull moment. Great Ex¬ pectations is thrust upon you before you have a chance to settle down to your new surroundings. But gradually it all becomes routine and you ' re a full-fledged high school student at F.H.S. 120 Patty Adams Roger Adams Carl Alexander Juanita Ammons Dot Anderson Judy Anderson Paul Anderson Ralph Angel Nancy Arvey Boyd Ashe Margaret Bailey Karen Baldwin Elaine Barrett Eddie Bateman Donald Bates Joey Bell Sue Berry David Bingham Class of 1967 Edwin Blaine Brenda Bolick Marvin Bolick Billy Bowman Andrew Bradley Debbie Bradley Gene Bradley Rebecca Bradley Brenda Bridgeman Rickey Brogden Buzzy Bryson Dennis Bryson Leslie Bryson Jack Buchanan Yvonne Buchanan Mary Margaret Bulgin Douglas Cabe Gail Cabe Judy Cabe Sharon Cabe Sue Cabe Carlene Carpenter Linda Carpenter Emma Carter 121 Dwight Cassada Gary Catway Willie Jean Cheek Gary Childers Reba Cloer Donette Clouse Donnie Clouse Larry Conley Sue Conley Catherine Cook Bernice Cowart Ann Crisp Carlos Crisp Charles Crisp George Crockett Jimmy Cross Helen Cunningham Ray Cunningham Class of 1967 Ruth Cunningham Troy Dalrymple Arthur Dalton Nick Daniels Jearlene Davis Wade Davis Genevee Dehart Sammy Dehart Jack Dendy Mack Dendy Bruce Dills David Dills Wilma Dills Max Downs Martha Duncan David Duvall Nancy Duvall Dan Elkins Wayne Elkins Genie Enloe Jay Enloe Sallie Estes Evelyn Evans Bill Fagg 122 Deanna Fox Monroe F ranks Bruce Garrison J.D. Gibson Martha Gibson Phyllis Green Sue Green Hardin Gribble Helen Gribble Eddie Guffey Tommy Guffey Mary Haine Cheryl Harrison Bessie Mae Hask ett Mary Haskett June Hastings Betty Hedden C. L. Hensley Class of 1967 Charles Henson Ralph Henson Barbara Higdon Paul Higdon Joyce Hodgin Roger Hodgin George Hogsed Jane Holbrooks Alonzo Holden Alvin Holland Cathy Holland Della Holland Grover Holland Linda Holland Evelyn Holland Raymond Holland Ronnie Holland Carol Hopkins Jimmy Hornbuckle Kirsten Horsley Karen Houston Linda Houston George Hubbs Johnny Hurst 123 Linda Hyder Jo Ann Icenhower Calvin Jacobs Farrell Jamison Howard Johnson Arvil Keener Virginia Langston Hilda Leatherwood Carolyn Ledford Jerry Ledford Ronnie Ledford Carl Lequire Donald Lequire Wanda Lequire Dennis Long Sara Mann Ernie Martin Peggy Martin Class of 1967 James Mashburn Larry Mashburn Mildred McCall Barbara McClure Roy McClure Tara McCollum Jo Ann McConnell Pat McConnell Eddie McCoy Johnny McGaha Mary McGlamery Selma Minerich Rita Morgan Brenda Moses Doug Moses Sylvia Murphy Jerry Norris Ronnie Norton Gary Palmer Tommy Pangle Leroy Parrish Bill Parrish Ethel Peek Richard Peek 124 James Pennington Martha Perry Scottie Peterson Jane Phillips Patsy Preston Pat Queen Eddie Raby Terry Reed Linda Reeves Shirley Reeves Paul Rev is Debbie Rogers Elaine Rogers Hilda Rogers Neal Roper Debbie Salain Joyce Sanders Gail Seabock Class of 1967 Tommy Seagle Larry Seay Gail Shepherd Clarence Shields Jackie Shope Keith Shope Ginger Shuford Charles Shuler Bobby Simpson Johnny Sizemore Helen Slagle Ronald Slagle Mike Smith Sandra Smith Anne Marilyn Sorrells Jackie Southard Brenda Speed Mary Sue Sprinkle Marion Stamey Tommy Stinson Michael Stockton Curtis Suit Edwin Swafford Jimmy Swafford 125 Betty Tallent Brenda Tallent Buster Tallent Doug Tallent Barbara Tippett Bennie Tomes Barbara Tyler Doris Vanhook Tommy Vanhook Keith Vinson Claude Waldroop Josephine Waldroop Gail Waters Dale Welch Daniel Welch Doug Welch Duane Welch Linda Welch Class of 1967 Bobby Williamson Eva Nell Willis Jackie Woodard Gerald Woods Shirley Ann Wooten Allen Worley Annie Nell Wykle Chucky Young Kathy Zickgraf 126 Student Life Late in August, Franklin High School wel¬ comed the noise and the hustle of the new and returning students. Inexperienced freshmen walked about not knowing what to expect, while " sophisticated " upperclassmen returned to familiar sights and sounds—and suddenly realized they were glad to be back. After registration was completed, everyone settled down to study—but not for long ... ... The atmosphere was alive with football. Everyone was ahxious to see the 1963 Pan¬ thers, headed by a new coach, in their first few games, and to follow their progress throughout the season. All were pleased with and a bit vainglorious about what they saw. Fridays became long and tense as everyone waited to see " our boys " charge onto the field. Who can’t remember the Sylva game, or the touchdown that netted Franklin 6 points and netted you a hug from your date and a Coke down your back from the guy behind you? Classes at Franklin High School—those 55 minute sessions which held your attention, but sometimes found you daydreaming and wondering what the teacher had just said. And while the words flowed on, you frantically marked up the margin of your notebook trying to unclog your " guaranteed " ballpoint pen. On a bleak November day you sat in stunned si¬ lence, bewildered by terrible news. The President had been assassinated. You did some serious thinking as you gazed out at the ashen sky that roofed the quiet hills. Before you knew it, those autumn days and Friday nights of football were a thing of the past. Suddenly it was Dec¬ ember—a time for holidays and Christmas. Those window dis¬ plays on Main Street for the first time became important as they helped you choose the ideal gift for Dad or for that special someone. All the teachers tried to get in just one more test; and, finally, on a day of hours that lasted forever, you heard the bell; and, dashing through the door, you picked up a pile of books—destined to gather dust over the holidays. Between the end of Christmas vacation and midterm exams, most of your time was spent worrying about ... exams. On the night before the " big one, " the light dawned, and you began to get an inkling of just what the teacher had been driving at all semester. Perhaps you wished that some of the hours spent over at the City had been spent studying. After it was all over, however, you settled down to more classes with more themes and more tests. During those chilly winter months you turned to indoor entertainment— and found plenty of it. There were club activities, movies, and those grand parties at the Youth Center. On a win¬ ter ' s afternoon you could always stroll down to the drugstore for conversation and refreshment. The student council was planning the Miss FHS event; and all the students wondered " Who will she be? ' 129 Studies were forgotten as the basketball teams moved confidently from victory to victory, and you didn ' t miss a single game. After the games, many hours were spent at the City over a cup of coffee discussing matters of no great importance. There were many more things to be said; and you wondered where the time had gone. But you had to go home and study just an hour more for that big test the next day. As the days got warmer and warmer, it became harder and harder for you to spend the day indoors. After school you could walk over to town or just go home and sit in the sun. You began to worry about getting a summer job. Somehow that cute girl or boy you had seen in the hall seemed a lot more friendly—or maybe the attraction was greater. Everyone began to think about picnics, spring parties, and the junior-senior prom. 130 While you goofed off all those warm after¬ noons and shot the breeze on those spring evenings, the members of the faculty began to look forward to the end of the school year and to review all their classes for final exams. May went by much too fast what with moon¬ light swimming at Arrowood, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera; and, right toward the end, the faculty slipped in a few examinations. It was kind of hard for you to study, though, when there was so much you simply had to do—and everybody else had a " To heck with ' em " attitude, too. As you assembled with your class for the last time and walked in a solemn procession toward the gym, you had a sense of accomplishment—you, a high school graduate; but at the same time, you hated to leave those many friends and those marvelous times, the best you ever had. 131 A PRODUCT OP 333 INDIANA AVENUE WINSTON-SALEM. N C v y 4 ._ _ - •••• ; ft ' !- : ■ •■ fy. •v „••• •.. ' ■■■ ,■.• ■ -• ..•• ' K. ■■ y-;-v •wx v;-- ' . ••■ ■■ - - ■•■ ;■■■ ■ • . •; z - vj ’■■■ •• v,«« jS$? 55 , • ’KSIlSSifL: ;• ' ; • , J r v»s. ' 7 . • ' ••... . . Wi’fr ' iZr v$ra£X» ' : 5 ' :v-■ V» - . v ' i- ap- • • • ' Vt t ‘ ' ' y ' J t • ,• • •» • »- j ' e a2 ' • ■ ijeSfc - sf •» ' v KK ! V V . tf v • ? f- - y - • i. . • tt • .... •.. ■ ..-Siaf.: . .-■■ ■ ' - . .yy . " • 1 Wjf • . ' Jt, ' 4 ,•;• • , CTjfc ; ' V fcsa ? ••• ' W ■ i-Av alia Mas


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