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

 - Class of 1967

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FROM THE LIBRARY OF - s - ✓ Edited ku tile students of Drankhn Mi k Sckoof, 3rank fin, Varik Carofu Una lori cl elite CHaine Harrett an 1 Hren la Ho fich Hponior Wr. IbifLrl WL or row 2 }edica tion To a man, to a friend, to a teacher, who has given of himself, his time and his talents for eighteen years; to a man who is forever curious and who is forever seeking answers to questions; and most of all, to a teacher who possesses that ability, that something, which helps to create a desire on the part of a student to seek answers for himself . . . For these reasons and many, many more, the students and the faculty of Franklin High School will always remember MR. CLAYTON RAMSEY as a teacher, but at the same time wish him the very best of success in his work as an administrator. To you, MR. RAMSEY, we proudly dedicate the 1967 LAUREL LEAF. PJable of (Contents ttliletici . . . . P ape pQctivit iei . . . . P a r 99 113 . . . 5 ' ran l? (in , behoof ]ortli (Carolina moments . . The Laurel Leaf tells the story of a year in the lives of the people who make Franklin High School what it is. With pictures and with words, it captures the “good ole days” at Franklin High School. The Laurel Leaf is a record of the times of our li ves which are most important to us . . . times that we can never recall . . . yet times that can never die in the hearts of those to whom they mean so much. As we think of all that Franklin High School means to use, we realize that there is much for which we can “stand to praise ole Franklin High.” Franklin High School has developed in us the desire to be educated . . . the desire to press onward . . . the desire to succeed. It has guided us in the making of decisions, many which will effect us for the rest of our lives. Franklin High School has left us with the realization that the love and friendship of others is the greatest institution in the world. It has taught us that there is a time for sacrifice and a time for glory ... a time to win and a t ime to lose ... a time to laugh and a time to cry ... a time to work and a time to play ... a time to meet and a time to part . . . Ijiss ran I.’ in .JJ ' uJi behoof Miss Jinger Sanders Junior Wu 3 MS . . . with her escort Jim Gilbert . . . . . . playing her favorite records . . . WaiJ.of.J4, on or Miss Jane Holbrook Senior Miss Martha Duncan Senior Win 3ranUin Miss Brenda Bolick Senior Miss Evelyn Evans Senior cliooi C ourt Miss Joyce Sanders Senior Miss Annette Carpenter Junior Miss Judy Darnell Junior m Miss Amelia Jenkins Junior 1 nh, | 3 m s Miss Becky Stamey Sophomore Miss Peggy Martin Freshman m Miss Debbie Rogers For her contribution to Franklin High School, in sup¬ porting the Panthers as a cheer¬ leader, as a writer for the Mountain Echo, and for just being herself, the Laurel Leaf staff proudly presents MISS DEBBIE ROGERS as MISS LAUREL LEAF. 17 ADMINISTRATION m Mr. H. Bueck Superintendent To the seniors: For the first time in the history of man an attempt is being made to educate all of the children of the people to the point of a sec¬ ondary school graduate. The United States is the only country in the world with the economic power and the will to attempt this feat. You are a part of this great experiment. We believe that only through education will we be able to preserve and strengthen our system of free democratic govern¬ ment. To the degree that you use your training to strengthen the country that gave it to you, will your children enjoy the sacred right of freedom that is now yours. Mr. Harry Corbin Principal Principal’s Address to the Seniors Seniors: You may soon forget some of the facts you have learned during your high school years; but, if through the efforts you have put forth in acquiring these facts, you have gained more wisdom, then your efforts have not been in vain. If, during these four years, you have increased your interest in living a more wholesome life, you have become more patriotic, you have become more just in your relationships with others, and, in your relationships with Diety, you have become more humble, then the efforts of your parents and teachers have not been in vain. Mrs. Connie Campbell Secretary 18 ENGLISH Mr. Dillard Morrow Advanced English I, IV; English IV Western Carolina College Laurel Leaf Sponsor Mountain Echo Sponsor Mrs. Katheryn P. Matthews English III U. N.C. at Greensboro 19 ENGLISH Mrs. Melba Simpson English I Western Carolina College Miss Jean Phillips Advanced English II, III; English IV Western Carolina College Beta Club Sponsor Miss Ann Pennington Spanish I, II U.N.C. at Greensboro Spanish Club Sponsor 20 SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Richard Stott American History, Economics Government Western Carolina College Mrs. Katherine Perry Civics Woman’s College, U.N.C. Mrs. Linda Sue Cabe World History, American History Student Forum Sponsor Western Carolina College 21 Western Carolina College Sponsor of J.V. and Varsity Cheerleaders, Health Careers Club Sponsor Mr. Wayne Proffitt Agriculture Berea College F.F.A. Sponsor HOME ECONOMICS ■fifcL. , j ” ' ■ i Miss Maude Bivins Home Economics University of Tennessee F.H.A. Sponsor Mr. Edward D. Shores Agriculture Technical Institutes 22 I «£ £?• MATHEMATICS Mr. L.C. Howard, Jr. Algebra I, II, Trigonometry Algebra III, Algebra III Analytic Geometry University of Illinois, Western Carolina College Mrs. Lois Fulton Geometry, General Math U.N.C. at Greensboro Miss Janice Pruett General Math, Algebra I U.N.C. at Greensboro Mr. Lonnie H. Crawford Algebra I, 11, Geometry, Mechanical Drawing, Physics Western Carolina College 23 MATH }te Sextern ’ ' ia+L jik-dHu _ esHrx Zaroimt I-Liltest r Msmr ? r m 3: 3iiKSCTin£. Bunt: _£v £ nim 5a :. Binmei. eTEn LhIise F -ITI TT ' OT u s I E S S l v5r?. Wianans H Giawiued CIEest r arj .t Tyrant: ‘ 8 -fsierr Lartunii ultegt fcr. jRwaitf 1 Tarim Tyans: 1 I V i n.rrr ; _Jie££ - SCIENCE Mrs. Mildred Martin Biology, Advanced Biology Woman’s College, U.N.C. Mr. Glenn C. Clark Biology, Physical Science Western Carolina College Student Council Sponsor Mrs. Myra S. Waldroop Chemistry, Physical Science, Advanced Chemistry Woman ' s College, U.N.C. Mrs. Genevieve Whitmire Biology, Physical Science U.N.C. at Greensboro 25 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Mr. George R. Pattillo, III Physical Science Western Carolina College Football Coach, Boy’s Monogram Club Sponsor Mr. Tom Raby Health Physical Education Western Carolina College Boy’s Basketball Coach Boy ' s Monogram Club Sponsor Miss Gail Anderson Health Physical Education Western Carolina College Girl’s Basketball Coach Girl’s Monogram Club Sponsor 26 Mr. James Harwell Band Memphis State University O Z DO mm iww LIBRARIANS Mrs. Sue Moore Librarian Meredith College Dewey Decimals Sponsor Mrs. Rebecca Clark Librarian Western Carolina College Dewey Decimals Sponsor ART Miss Jean Hemphill Arts and Crafts, I,II; Jewelry University of Tennessee GUIDANCE Miss Frances Winstead Guidance Councelor Western Carolina College Health Careers Club Sponsor 27 DRIVER EDUCATION Mr. Frank Ramsey Driver Education Western Carolina College FACULTY ASSISTANTS Mrs. Betty Coin Business Department Mrs. Celia Suit English Department Mrs. Janice Cabe Science Department Mrs. Kathleen Proffitt Home Economics, Math, Art Departments Mrs. Elizabeth Mason Social Studies Department Mrs. Lucie McCutcheon Library Assistant Mrs. Pauline Garrison Music Department 29 President, David Duvall Vice-President, Edwin Blaine WILLIAM CARL ALEXANDER RALPH VERNON ANGEL, JR. CLARA FURN ARVEY If Seniors were always this industrious ... MARGARET ELIZABETH BALDWIN GRACE ELAINE BARRETT 31 SENIORS HUBERT EDWARD BATEMAN, JR. JOSEPH STANLEY BELL CAROLYN SUE BERRY DAVID MARSHALL BINGHAM PAUL EDWIN BLAINE BRENDA CARLENE BOLICK MARVIN LEROY BOLICK WILLIAM FURMAN BOWMAN GEORGE ANDREW BRADLEY 32 RICKEY EDWIN BROGDEN CLASS OF 1967 ■ BRENDA GAY BRIDGEMAN DENNIS TAYLOR BRYSON EARL DWIGHT BRYSON YVONNE DIANNE BUCHANAN ' MARY MARGARET BULGIN ' JERRY LEE BROWN WILLIAM TRUMAN BRYSON y RITA MORGAN BYRD 33 GLENDA SUE CABE SENIORS JUDY ANN CABE LINDA GAIL CABE SHARON LEE CABE MARILYN JEAN CARPENTER LINDA MARIE CARPENTER EMMA LEE CARTER DWIGHT CASSADA VICTOR GARY CATWAY 34 CLASS OF 1967 H GARY WILLIAM CHILDERS REBA REBECCA CLOER DONNETTE CLOUSE DONNIE CLOUSE Supporting the team! 35 SENIORS BURNICE AILENE COWART WILLIE CHEEK CRANE CHARLES DAVID CRISP CARLOS FRANKLIN CRISP JAMES SILVESTER CROSS HELEN VIRGINIA CUNNINGHAM MARY HASKETT CRAWFORD GEORGE STUART CROCKETT ELIZABETH JEARLENE DAVIS 36 CLASS OF 1967 JACK JOSEPH DENDY MACK MONROE DENDY BRUCE DOUGLAS DILLS WILMA JANE DILLS MARTHA JANE DUNCAN DAVID GARLAND DUVALL EUGENIA LANE ENLOE JEFF HAILEN ENLOE, III EVELYN ELOISE EVANS 37 SENIORS GEORGE WILLIAM FAGG DEANNA CHARLENE FOX J.D. GIBSON HARLEY JIJDSON GIBSON HELEN ALICE GRIBBLE JAMES STANTON GILBERT HENRY BRUCE GARRISON MARTHA SAM GIBSON JERRY ROBERT GUFFEY 38 CLASS OF 1967 TOMMY MICHAEL GUFFEY MARY MARGARET HAIRE JACQUELINE CAROL HAMMOND Problems, problems! BESSIE MAE HASKETT MARTHA JANE HASTINGS BETTY JEAN HEDDEN JANIE LEE HASKETT 39 CARY LEONARD HENSLEY BARBARA HAZEL HIGDON GEORGE MARTIN HOGSED SENIORS RALPH MONROE HENSON, JR. CHARLES ROLAND HENSON PAUL CLAYTON HIGDON JOYCE ANN HODGIN JANE ELIZABETH HOLBROOK COLONEL ALONZO HOLDEN 40 LASS OF 1 ALVIN DAVID HOLLAND DELLA ANN HOLLAND LINDA GAIL HOLLAND BARBARA KIRSTEN HORSLEY JESSE WAYNE HOUSTON KAREN CHLOE HOUSTON LINDA MARGARET HOUSTON GEORGE FRANKLIN HUBBS JOHN GREGORY HURST 41 SENIORS JO ANN ICENHOWER RAY CALVIN JACOBS FARRELL DRAYTON JAMISON LAWTON ARVIL KEENER JAMES CLAIR KOTILA VIRGINIA SUE LANGSTON CAROLYN MAYE LEDFORD RONNIE LOWELL LEDFORD CARL WILLIAM LEQUIRE. JR. 42 WANDA ROSETTA LEQUIRE LAWRENCE BRIGHT LOWRY GEORGE THOMAS LYNCH, JR SARA MAE MANN Hang on Henson! CHARLES LARRY MASHBURN BARBARA JEAN MeCLURE PEGGY JEAN MARTIN 43 PATRICIA ANN McCONNELL MARY FRANCES McGLAMERY SENIORS SELMA JEANNE MINERICH SYLVIA JANE MURPHY GARY STEPHEN PALMER THOMAS HARRY PANGLE. JR. WILLIAM TERRELL PARRISH HAROLD SHUFORD PAXTON 44 CLASS OF 1967 ETHEL ANABELLE PEEK JAMES MARCUS PENNINGTON MARTHA LYNN PERRY ■ SCOTTIE LANE PETERSON MARTHA JANE PHILLIPS PATRICIA ANN QUEEN LINDA JOSEPHINE REEVES SHIRLEY MAE REEVES ROBERT PAUL REVIS 45 CAROLYN LOU ROGERS SENIORS DEBORAH ANN ROGERS ELIZABETH ELAINE ROGERS HILDA OLIVE ROGERS NEAL MAC ROPER DEBORAH LEE SALAIN JOYCE LOUISE SANDERS GAIL EUGENIA SEABOCK TOMMY DENNIS SEAGLE 46 CLASS OF 1967 LARRY THOMAS SEAY GAIL YVONNE SHEPHERD LEARY VAUGHN SHEPHERD CLARENCE LEE SHIELDS Larry and Wilma, taking a break. JACQUELINE SHOPE VIRGINIA ELIZABETH SHUFORD PHILLIP MAYO SIMPSON 47 SENIORS ROBERT LEE SIMPSON HELEN MARIE SLAGLE RONALD PAUL SLAGLE MICHAEL JONATHAN SMITH SANDRA SUE SMITH MARILYN ANNE SORRELLS JOHNNY JACKIE SOUTHARD JANICE CRISP STAMEY WILLIAM MARION STAMEY, JR. 48 CLASS OF 1967 EDWIN LEE SWAFFORD CURTIS DUANE SUIT DANIEL RAY SWAFFORD BETTY SUE TALLENT JAMES DOUGLAS TALLENT JO ANN SIMONDS TAYLOR BARBARA ANN TYLER DORIS ANN VANHOOK HARVE REGINALD VANHOOK 49 SENIORS THOMAS EUGENE VANHOOK CLAUDE BELTON WALDROOP JOSEPHINE WALDROOP SANDRA GAIL WATERS DALE JOSEPH WELCH RAY DOUGLAS WELCH Gail and Carl. 50 GERALD LYNDON WOODS CLASS OF 1967 RICHARD WOODLEE EVA NELL WILLIS KATHERINE ANN ZICKGRAF Long live the Seniors! 51 SENIOR ALEXANDER, WILLIAM CARL Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4, Co- Captain, 4; Monogram Club, 3,4, President, 4; FFA, 1,2,3,4. ANDERSON, JUDY ELAINE ANDERSON, PAUL STANLEY Activities: FFA, 1,2,3,4. BROWN, JERRY LEE BRYSON, DENNIS TAYLOR Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. BRYSON, EARL DWIGHT Activities: FFA, 3,4; Football, 4; Basketball, 3,4. ANGEL, JR., RALPH VERNON ARVEY, CLARA FURN BALDWIN, MARGARET ELIZABETH BRYSON, WILLIAM TRUMAN Activities: Rotary Scholastic Honor Ban¬ quet, 1,2,3; Rotary Club Safe Driving Award, 3; Beta Club, 3,4; Stu¬ dent Council, 3; Football, 1; College Day Committee, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Band, 1; French Club, Vice-President, 3; Sopho¬ more Server, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; NEDT Certificate, 2; Safety Patrol, 1,2; Student Forum, 4; Boys’ State, 3. BARRETT, GRACE ELAINE Activities: FTA 2,3,4 Vice-President, 4 ' NEDT Certificate, 2; Sophomore Server, 2; Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet! 2,1 " Junior Marshal, 3; Laurel Leaf Staff, 3,4, Editor 4; Sec¬ retary of Class, 3,4; Beta Club, 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Girls Smte 3- FHA 4- Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Chairman, Reception Committee’, College Day, 4; Editors’ Roundtable, 3,4. BUCHANAN, YVONNE DIANNE Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4; Student Council, 4; FHA, 4. BULGIN, MARY MARGARET Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Chorus, 2,3,4; Laurel Leaf Staff, 3,4; Editors’ Roundtable, 3; FBLA, 4; Track, 2,3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. BATEMAN, JR., HUBERT EDWARD Activities: Laurel Leaf Staff, 3,4; Safety Patrol, 1,2; Junior Marshal, 3; Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet, BYRD RITA MORGAN Activities: FHA 2,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee. 3; College Day Committee, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. BELL, JOSEPH STANLEY Activities: Football, 2,3; Basketball, 1,2, 3 4 Co-Captain, 4; Boys’ Monogram Club, 2,3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms, 3, Vice-President, 4; Student Council, 1,2,3,4, President of Student Body, 4; Vice-President of Student Body, 3; Morehead Nominee, 4; Vice-Presi¬ dent of Class, 1; Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet, 1,2; Rotary Athletic Banquet, 2,3; NEDT Certificate, 2; Arrangement Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Arrangement Committee, College Day, 4. BERRY, CAROLYN SUE Activities: FBLA, 4. CABE, GLENDA SUE Activities: Library Club, 3; FBLA, 3,4; Secretary, 4; Food and Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Commit¬ tee, 4. CABE, JUDY ANN Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. CABE, LINDA GAIL Activities: dent, 4; Decoration and Food Committee, 4. Library Club, 3; FBLA, 3,4, Vice Fresi- Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day BINGHAM, DAVID MARSHALL CABE, SHARON LEE Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. BLAINE, PAUL EDWIN Activities: Basketball, 2,3,4; Football, 1,3; Track, 1,3,4; Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet, 1,2,3; Boys’ State, 3; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; Morehead Nominee Candidate, 4; Student Council, 4; Vice-President of Class, 4; Beta Club, 3,4, Vice- President, 4; Monogram Club, 3,4; Health Careers Club, 3,4; French Club, 3; Governor’s Council on Youth Fitness, 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Library Club, 3. BOLICK, BRENDA CARLENE Activities: Rotary Scholastic Honor Ban¬ quet, 1,2,3; Chorus, 1,2,3; NEDT Certificate, 2; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Marshal 3; Student Council, 2,4; Miss FHS Court, 2,3; Health Careers Club, 3,4; Student Forum, 3,4; Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Beta Club, 3,4, Reporter, 4; Laurel Leaf Staff, 3,4, Editor, 4; Editors’ Round¬ table, 3,4; Treasurer of Class, 3; FTA, 4; FHA, 4; Decoration Commit¬ tee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Chairman, Reception Committee, College Day, 4. BOLICK, MARVIN LEROY Activities: FFA, 1,2,3,4. BOWMAN, WILLIAM FURMAN Activities: FFA, 1,2,3,4. CARPENTER, MARILYN JEAN Activities: FHA, 4. CARPENTER, LINDA MARIE Activities: FHA, 2,3; FBLA, 4; Library Club, 4; Decoration and Foods Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. CARTER, EMMA LEE CASSADA, DWIGHT Activities: Football, 1. CATWAY, VICTOR GARY CHILDERS, GARY WILLIAM CLOER, REBA REBECCA CLOUSE, DONNETTE BRADLEY, GEORGE ANDREW BRIDGEMAN, BRENDA GAY Activities: Basketball, 1,3,4, Co-Captain, 4; Monogram Club, 3,4; FHA, 3,4; Library Club, 3; FBLA, 3,4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. BROGDEN, RICKEY EDWIN Activities: Band. 1,2,3,4; All-State Band, 3,4; Track, 1,3; J.V. Basketball, 2; J.V. Football, 2; Spanish Club, 2,4. CLOUSE, DONNIE Activities: FFA, 1,2,4. COLLINS, WILLIAM FURMAN CONRAD, MARY LOU Activities: Monogram Club, 2; Dramatics Club, .1; FHA, 2,3,4; FTA, 3,4; Chorus, 3,4; Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4, Art Editor, 4; Editors ' Roundtable, 4; Food and Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4; Spanish Club, 4; Student Forum, 4. 52 DIRECTORY COOK, CATHERINE EILEEN Activities: FHA, 2,3; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, 3. FOX, DEANNA CHARLENE Activities: FHA, 2,3; Dewey Decimals, 4. COWART, BURNICE AILENE GARRISON, HENRY BRUCE Activities: Spanish Club, 4. CRANE. WILLIE CHEEK GIBSON, HARLEY JUDSON CRAWFORD. MARY HASKETT GIBSON, J.D. CRISP, CARLOS FRANKLIN GIBSON, MARTHA SAM Activities: Band, 1,2; FTA, 3,4; Student Fo¬ rum, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee,4. CRISP, CHARLES DAVID Activities: Football, 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain, 4; Track, 1,3,4; Student Council, 2,4; Monogram Club, 3,4. GIBSON, SHERMAN LEX Activities: FFA, 1,2,3,4. CROCKETT, GEORGE SRUART GILBERT, JAMES STANTON Activities: Spanish Club, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. CROSS, JAMES SILVESTER CUNNINGHAM, HELEN VIRGINIA Activities: FHA, 2,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. GRIBBLE, HELEN ALICE Activities: NEDT Certificate, 2; Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4; Editors Roundtable, 3,4; FTA, 4; Decoration Commit¬ tee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. DAVIS, ELIZABETH JEARLENE Activities: Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet, 1; Student Council, 1; Sophomore Server, 2; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Dewey Decimals, 3,4; FBLA, 3,4; Secretary, 3; FHA. 4, Parliamentarian, 4; Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4. GUFFEY, JR., EDDIE GUFFEY, JERRY ROBERT DENDY, JACK JOSEPH GUFFEY, TOMMY MICHAEL DENDY, MACK MONROE HAIRE, MARY MARGARET Activities: Chorus, 3,4, President, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; FBLA, 4; FHA, 4. DILLS, BRUCE DOUGLAS HAMMOND, JACQUELINE CAROL Activities: Dramatics Club, 2; FTA, 2,4; Science Club, 3; Pep Club, 3; Prom Committee, 3; French Club, DILLS, WILMA JANE Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; FBLA, 2; Health Careers Club, 3,4; Student Forum, 4; Spanish Club, 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Flower Committee, College Day, 4. 3; Mountain Echo Staff, 4. HASKETT, BESSIE MAE DRINNON, BILLY VIRGIL HASKETT, JANIE LEE Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. DUNCAN, MARTHA JANE Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1: Varsity Cheerleader, 2,3,4, Co-Captain, 4; Miss FHS Court, 3; FHA, 4; Mono¬ gram Club, 3,4; Treasurer of Class, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. HASTINGS, MARTHA JANE Activities: FTA, 2,3,4 ; Health Careers Club, 4; Chorus, 1,2; Chairman, Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. DUVALL, DAVID GARLAND Activities: President of ( lass, 3,4; Spanish Club, 2,3; Student Council, 2,3,4; Decoration and Arrangement Com¬ mittees, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. HENSLEY, CARY LEONARD Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom; College Day Committe, 4. ENLOE, EUGENIA LANE Activities . Student Council, 1; FT A, 3,4, Secretary, 3; Health Careers Club, 2,3,4, Vice-President, 4; Spanish Club, 2,3, Vice-President, 3; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; FFA, 4; Chairman, Pennant Committee, College Day, 4; Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Rotary Athletic Banquet, 1,2,3; Track, Co- Captain, 3; Jaycees Teenager Of The Year, 3; Student Forum, 3. HENSON, CHARLES ROLAND Activities: Football, 2,3,4; Monogram Club, 3,4; Spanish Club, 4. HENSON, JR., RALPH MONROE Activities . Football, 1,2,3,4; Basket¬ ball, 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club. 2,3,4; Vice-President, Spanish Club, 4 ENLOE, III, JEFF HAILEN Activities: FFA, 1,2,3,4; Student Council, 4; Beta Club, 3,4, President, 4; Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet, 1,3; NEDT Certificate, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. HIGDON, BARBARA HAZEL Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom.. HIGDON, PAUL CLAYTON EVANS, EVELYN EVANS IIODGIN, JOY( E ANN Activities: Decoration Committee, Ji Sr. Prom. FAGG, GEORGE WILLIAM Activities: Spanish Club, 2,4 ; Student Forum, 4; Football, 1,4; Decoration and Arrangement Committee, Jt. Sr. Prom; Track, 1; College Day Committee, 4. HOGSED, GEORGE MARTIN 53 HOLBROOK, JANE ELIZABETH Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Var¬ sity Cheerleader, 2,3,4, Captain, 4; Chorus, 1; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Spanish Club, 4; FBLA, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee. 4; Miss FHS Court, 3, Maid of Honor, 3. HOLDEN, COSONEL ALONZO Activities: College Day Committee, 4. HOLLAND, ALVIN DAVID HOLLAND, DELLA ANN Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. HOLLAND, LINDA GAIL Activities: FBLA; FHA. HORSLEY, BARBARA KIRSTEN Activities: Band, 1,2; Chorus, 3,4; Student Council, 2; Girls’ State, 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; FT A, 3,4; Student Forum, 4; College Day Committee, 4; Library Club, 4. HOUSTON, JESSE WAYNE HOUSTON, KAREN CHLOE Activities: Class Secretary, 1; Class Vice- President, 2,3; Class Treasurer, 4; Basketball, 1,2,3,4; Chorus, 1,2,3; Student Council, 2,3; FHA, Recreation Chairman, 4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4, Secretary, 3, Vice-President, 4; Health Careers Club, 2,3,4, Sec¬ retary-Treasurer, 3, Publicity Chairman, 4; FTA, 3,4, Historian, 3, Presi¬ dent, 4; Rotary Athletic Banquet, 1,2,3; Miss FHS Court, 1,2, Miss FHS, 1965-1966; College Day Reception Committee, 4; Decoration Commit¬ tee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Student Forum, 3,4, Program Chairman, 4; Track, 2,3; Governors’ Council on Youth Fitness, 3. HOUSTON, LINDA MARGARET Activities: FHA. HUBBS, GEORGE FRANKLIN Activities: Band, 1,2,3,4; All-State Clinic Band, 1,2,3,4; Chorus, 1; Band Council, 2,4; Music Club, 4; Governor’s School Nominee, 2,3; French Club, 3; Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet, 3; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Marshal; Student Forum, 3,4, President, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. HURST, JOHN GREGORY Activities: Band, 1,2,3,4, President, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. ICLNHOWER, JO ANN Activities: Basketball, 1,2; Monogram Club, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. JACOBS, RAY CALVIN JAMISON, FARRELL DRAYTON Activities: Spanish Club. 2; Safety Patrol, 1,2,3; Band Manager, 1; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4; Student Council, 4. KOT1LA, JAMES CLAIR Activities: Band, 1,2,3,4; Coin Club, 3; Photog¬ raphy Club, 3. LANGSTON, VIRGINIA SUE Activities: FHA, 3. LEDFORD, CAROLYN MAYE Activities: Student Council. 1; Student Forum, 3,4. Project Chairman, 3, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Chorus, 1,2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4; FHA, Reporter, 3. SENIOR LEDFORD, RONNIE LOWELL Activities: Football, 1; Basketball, 1,2, 3.4, Co-Captain, 4; Spanish Club, 3,4, President, 4; Monogram Club 2.3.4. LEQUIRE. JR., CARL WILLIAM LEQUIRE, WANDA ROSETTA Activities: FHA, 3,4, President, 4; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. LOWRY, LAWRENCE BRIGHT Activities: Chess Club, 1. LYNCH, JR., GEORGE THOMAS Activities: Band, 1,2,3,4; FFA, 1,2, 3,4. MANN, SARA MAE Activities: Chorus, 1; Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4; FBLA, 4. MARTIN, PEGGY JEAN Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. MASHBURN, CHARLES LARRY McCLURE, BARBARA JEAN Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4; FBLA, 4. McCONNELL, JO ANN Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. McCONNELL, PATRICIA ANN Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom. McGLAMERY, MARY FRANCES Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Spanish Club, 4; Student Forum, 3,4; National Safe Driver Award, 3; Laurel Leaf Staff, 3,4; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4; Chairman, Food Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. MINERICH, SELMA JEANNE MURPHY, SYLVIA JANE Activities: Basketball, 2; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. PALMER, GARY STEPHEN Activities: Football, 1,2,3; Track, 1,3; Stu¬ dent Council, 1,2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; NEDT Certif¬ icate, 2; President of Class, 1,2; Monogram Club, 4; Safety Patrol, 1; College Day Committee, 4. PANGLE, JR., THOMAS HARRY Activities: Band, 1,2,3,4. PARRISH, WILLIAM TERRELL Activities: Beta Club, 3,4; Rotary Scho¬ lastic Honor Banquet, 1,2,3; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal, 3; Deco¬ ration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Reception Committee, College Day, 4; Student Council, 2; Spanish Club, 4; Morehead Award Candidate. PAXTON, HAROLD SHUFORD Activities: Safety Patrol, 1,2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. PEEK, ETHEL ANABELLE PENNINGTON, JAMES MARCUS 54 DIRECTORY PERRY, MARTHA LYNN Activities: Band, 1,2; NEDT Certificate, 2; Student Council, 3; Runner-Up, UN Speaking Contest, 3; Mountain Echo Staff, Assistant Editor, 3, Editor, 4; Editors’ Roundtable, 3,4; Decora¬ tion Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Co-Chairman, Flower Committee, College Day, 4; FTA, 4; Student Reporter, Teenage Workshop, 4. PETERSON, SCOTTIE LANE PHILLIPS, MARTHA JANE Activities: Student Council, 1; Spanish Club, 2; FBLA, 4; Library Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 4; FHA 4 QUEEN, PATRICIA ANN Activities: Chorus, 1,2,3; Health Ca¬ reers Club, 2,3; NEDT Certificate, 2; Student Reporter, Teenage Work¬ shop, 4; FTA, 2; Dewey Decimals, 3,4, Vice-President, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. REEVES, LINDA JOSEPHINE Activities: FBLA, 3,4. REEVES, SHIRLEY MAE Activities: Library Club, 4. REVIS, ROBERT PAUL ROGERS, CAROLYN LOU Activities: FBLA, 4. ROGERS, DEBORAH ANN Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Varsity Cheerleader, 2,3,4, Co-Captain, 4; NEDT Certificate, 2; Spanish Club, 2; Monogram Club, 2,3,4; Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Pen nant Committee College Day, 4; Editors ' Roundtable, 3,4. ROGERS, ELIZABETH ELAINE Activities: Chorus, 1,2; FTA, 2; Health Careers Club, 1,2,3,4; Dewey Decimals, 3; NEDT Certificate, 2; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Student Reporter, Teenage Workshop, 4; Mountain Echo Staff, 4; College Day Committee, 4. ROGERS, HILDA OLIVE Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. ROPER, NEAL MAC Activities: Band, 1,2,3. SIMPSON, ROBERT LEE Activities: Track, 1,3; Laurel Leaf Staff, 3,4; Football, 1,4; College Day Committee, 4; Safety Patrol, 1,2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Rotary Athletic Banquet, 3. SLAGLE, HrtLEN MARIE Activities: Health Careers Club, 3,4; Beta Club, 3,4; College Day Committee, 4; Spanish Club, 2,3; Rotary Scho¬ lastic Honor Banquet, 1,2,3; Chorus, 1,2,3; Sophomore Server, 2; Ju¬ nior Marshal 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. SLAGLE, RONALD PAUL SMITH, MIC HAEL JONATHAN Activities: Student Council, 2; French Club, 3; Student Forum, 4; College Day Committee, 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. SMITH, SANDRA SUE Activities: J.V. Cheerleader, 1; Chorus, 1,2,3; Student Council, 3,4; Student Forum, 4; Health Careers Club, 3; College Day Committee, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. SORRELLS, MARILYN ANNE Activities: Basketball, 2; FTA, 3; Health Careers Club, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr Prom; College Day Com¬ mittee, 4. SOUTHARD, JOHNNY JACKIE STAMEY, JANICE CRISP Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom. STAMEY, JR., WILLIAM MARION Activities: Chorus, 1; Glee Club, 1, 2; Band Manager, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. SUIT, CURTIS DUANE Activities: Student Council, 2,3; NEDT Certif¬ icate, 2; Safe Driver Award, 3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. SWAFFORD, DANIEL RAY SWAFFORD, EDWIN LEE TALLENT, BETTY SUE Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Chairman, Decoration Committee, College Day, 4. SALAIN, DEBORAH LEE Activities: Chorus, 1; FBLA, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. ; SANDERS, JOYCE LOUISE Activities: Chorus, 1; FHA, 2; Track, 3; r Dewey Decimals, 3; FBLA, 3,4, President, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. SEABOCK, GAIL EUGENIA Activities: Student Council, 1,2,3; Basket¬ ball, 1,2,3,4, All-Conference, 3, Co-Captain, 4; Monogram Club, 2,3,4, I President, 3,4; Health Careers Club, 2,3,4, President, 4; FTA, Parlia¬ mentarian, 3; FHA, Treasurer, 4; French Club, Secretary, 3; Chorus, 1,2; Glee Club, 2; Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4; Rotary Athletic Banquet, 1,2,3; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4; Student Reporter, Teenage Workshop, 4. SEAGLE, TOMMY DENNIS Activities: Beta Club, 3,4; Rotary Scholastic Honor Banquet, 1,2,3; Sophomore Server, 2; Junior Marshal, 3; Dec¬ oration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Day Committee, 4. It- SEAY, LARRY THOMAS Activities: Football, 1,2,3; Track, 1; French ' Club, 3; Decoration and Arrangement Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Stu¬ dent Council, 4. TALLENT, JAMES DOUGLAS TAYLOR, JO ANN TYLER, BARBARA ANN Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. VANHOOK, DORIS ANN Activities: Decoration and Food Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; FBLA, 4; Library Club, 4. VANHOOK, HARVE REGINALD VANHOOK, THOMAS EUGENE Activities: College Day Committee, 4 WALDROOP, CLAUDE BELTON WALDROOP, JOSEPHINE Activities: FBLA, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. WATERS, SANDRA CAIL Activities: FBLA, 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. WELCH, DALE JOSEPH SHEPHERD, GAIL YVONNE Activities: Dewey Decimals, 3,4, Presi¬ dent, 4; UN Speaking Contest Winner, 3; Chairman, College Day Com¬ mittee, 4; Student Reporter, Teenage Workshop, 4. SHEPHERD, LEARY VAUGHN SHIELDS, CLARENCE LEE Activities: Basketball, 1; Football, 1,2, 5,4; Track, 1,2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; Monogram Club, 5,4. SHOPE, JACQUELINE Activities: Library Club, 3,4; Decoration and mod Committees, Jr.-Sr. Prom; FBLA, 4. 5HUFORD, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH Activities: Chorus, 1,2; Spanish ■lub, 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; College Dav Committee, I; FHA, 4. IIMPSON, PHILLIP MAYO Activities: Football, 1; Golf, 2; Basketball, ,4; NEDT Certificate, 2; Newspaper, 2; Student F orum, 4; College )ay Committee, 4. WELCH, DOUGLAS RAY WILLIS, EVA NELL Activities: Chorus, 2. WOODLEE, RICHARD HAILTON WOODS, GERALD LYNDON WOOTEN, SHIRLEY .ANN Activities: FHA, 3,4, Secretary, 3, Vice- President, 4. WORLEY, ALLEN WAYNE Activities: Basketball, 4. WYKLE, ANNIE LEONA ZICKGRAF, KATHERINE ANN Activities: J.V. Cheerleader 1; Stu¬ dent Council, 1,4; Chorus, 1,3; Mountain Echo Staff, 3,4; FTA, 3.4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom; FBLA, 4; Health Careers Club, 4; FHA, 4; College Day Publicity Committee, 4. 55 Here and There Typing Class. Marching Panther band perform at halftime. Freshmen at Lunch. Ledford Scores. 56 57 Treasurer, Annette Carpenter 58 Secretary, Judy Arnold Dale Ammons June Ammons Nina Anderson Brenda Armes Judy Arnold Danny Ashe Dana Baldwin Anita Ball CLASS OF 1968 Loretta Barrett Richie Beale Nancy Bennett Wayne Bowers Brenda Bradley Melba Bryson Sharon Burch Tommy Byrd 59 fit tot ; Annette Carpenter Phillip Chastain Kathy Childers Eunice Cochran Tommy Collins Jerry Cook Teddy Cook Eddy Corbin CLASS Larry Corbin Brenda Corne Marilyn Crawford Judy Crow Clark Corwin Judy Darnell Dennis Davis Loretta Davis 60 Edith Dehart Joyce Dehart Carolyn Dendy Larry Dendy Ida Mae Dills Margaret Dills Nancy Dills Joe Doster OF 1968 David Duval! Brenda Estes Mary Farmer Nancy Lee Fisher Susan Fisher Harvey Fouts Eddie Fox Sammy Frady 61 Brenda Fraizier Tom Fuller Susie Gibson Wade Gibson Leonard Green Joel Guffey Jerdy Guffie Jimmy Guffie CLASS Kathy Hogsed Ralph Holden Judy Holland Lyman Holland Mildred Holland Nancy Holland Charles Hooper Larry Houston 62 Patricia Houston June Hunter Charles Jamison Eva Jane Jamison Amelia Jenkins Bruce Johnson Jerry Jones Tracey Keener 1968 Gail Kelly Margaret Kimsey Ronnie Kirkland Faye Leatberwood Clara I dbetter Charles Ledford Jean Ledford Melody Ledford 63 Dennis Long Janie Marvin Allen Mashburn George McCabe Linda McCall Gennifer McClure Carolyn McConnell Helen McCoy CLASS Gail McDowell Mark McDowell Marvin McFalls Janet McGuire Marshall McKinney Ray McMahan Steve Miller Paulette Mincey 64 Charles Nichols Mitchell Owenby Ronnie Owens Katherine Patton Elizabeth Peek Kenneth Peek Brenda Penland Vickie Penland )F 1968 Jim Perry Bill Pinnix Carolyn Pitts Joan Poindexter Linda Price Ellen Randall Ronnie Ray Charles Reed 65 Glenn Reed Pat Rice Jimmy Rogers Van Rogers Brenda Sanders Jinger Sanders Joel Sanders Linda Scroggs CLASS Donnie Seagle Jay Seay Kenneth Seay Wallace Setser Jim Shephard John Shepherd Conley Shope Cathy Shuler 66 Donna Shuler A1 Slagle Nancy Jane Sloan Lewis Smith Carol Speed Mike Spivey Ray Sprinkle Jimmy Stamey OF 1968 Lynn Stamey Frankie Stiles Bobby Stiwinter Margaret Styles Debbie Suit Mike Suttles Linda Tallent Margaret Tallent 67 Janet Welch Sharon Welch Diana West Elaine Whitaker Caro! Wilson Johnny Williams Wanda Willis Abby Winstead Mike Wallace Dorann Waynick Shirley Tallent Shirley Teem Vic Teem Judy Thomas Annette Thompson Clayton Vaughn Carol Vinson Mac Wallace 68 69 President, Tony Holland £ {, Z t ' .« • Vice-President, Jerry Arnold 70 Secretary-Treasurer, Ann Perry Bruce Adams Parker Adams Sandra Adams David Allen Diann Anderson Edna Angel Jeanette Anthony Jerry Arnold Linda Arnold Dennis Ashe R.E. Beck Phil Bennet Barbara Bolick Helen Bolick Teddy Boring Mary Ruth Brabson Mack Brogden James Browning Tony Bryant Joey Bryson Karen Bryson Bruce Buchanan James Burch Wanda Sue Burston Mary Ruth Byrd 71 CLASS David Cabe Richard Cabe Sandra Cabe Yvonne Cabe Roy Cantwell Emma Lou Carpenter Gary Carpenter Harold Carpenter Jerry Carpenter Linda Carpenter Patsy Carpenter Rebecca Carson Tava Carter Pam Cassada Donald Cloer Norris Clouse Lawrence Combs Larry Conley Danny Cook Ronnie Cook Judy Corbin Betty Corpening Virginia Crane Billy Crawford Mark Crawford 72 OF 1969 Vickey Crisp Nancy Crockett Frances Cunningham George Cunningham Jim Cunningham Dora Ann Dalton Rita Davis Ronnie Dills Wanda Dills Philip Drake George Estes Gerald Faulkner Becky Faw Linda Fouts Ronnie Franklin Fred Fraizer Richard Gant Jewell Garrison Beverly Gibson Judy Green Tommy Green Hardin Gribble Bonnie Guffey Charles Gunnin Debbie Hammond Frank Hawks 73 Mike Healy Shirley Hedden Betty Higdon Jimmy Higdon Mary Hodgin Bobbie Jo Holbrook Margaret Holbrook Linda Holden Brenda Lee Holland Loretta Holland Steve Holland Tony Holland Wanda Holland Mike Holt Dewey Houston Mitchell Houston Carolyn Hunter Jackie Hunter Donald Hurst Peggy Huscusson Ricky Huscusson Paulette Icenhower Janet Jacobs Nancy Jamison George Jenkins Gladys Jenkins 74 Terry Jenkins Beth Johnson Caroline Johnson Wanda Johnson Rachel Jones Mike Justice Glenda Langston Charles Leatherman Kathy I edbetter Danny Ledford Clinton Ledford Frankie Ledford Tommy Ledford Donny Lequire Carolyn Maney Ruth Mashburn Bobby Mason Gary Mason Judy Mason Dale McCall Karen McCall Margaret McCall Charlie McClure June McClure Billy McConnell Charles McConnell 75 CLASS Clara McConnell Rita McConnell Steve McDowell Wanda McDowell Twyman McKinney Mike McSween Carl Mincey Connie Moffitt Gary Morgan Linda Morgan Terry Morgan Connie Moses Jerry Norris Anita Norton Ronnie Norton Pat O’Brien James Ordway Pat Owens Kenneth Panned David Parker Steve Piemens Jane Perry Carolyn Poindexter Pamela Pruett Danny Queen Freddy Raby 76 OF 1969 Gloria Raby Carolyn Rice Linda Roten Steve Rowland James Sanders Rita Sanders Sue Sanders Dale Scott Betty Scruggs Larry Sheffield Lois Shepherd Steve Sheperd Gene Shields Robert Shook Steve Shope Wade Shope Bill Slagle Becky Smith Beth Smith Carolyn Snyder Becky Stamey Brenda Stanfield Diane Stanfield Steve Stewart Susie Stinson Dean Stiwinter 7 Barbara Sutton Ronald Swafford Donnie Tallent Margaret Tallent Wanda Faye Tallent Wanda Sue Tallent Ann Turpin Wayne Vinson Donald Waldroop Elizabeth Waldroop Rebecca Waldroop Terry Waldroop Jesse Walker Jerry Wallace Brad Warstler Joan Weaver Martha Welch Steve Whitmire Nancy Wilkes J ewell Willis Jerry Wilson Rex Woods Janice Woody Chuckie Young 78 79 President, Joe Sanders Secretary-Treasurer, Carolyn Perry Vice-President, Danny Collins 80 ' J.MT? oa.rvAr Jerry Anderson Carlene Angel Joyce Angel Mike Angel Larry Arnold Karen Arrowood Talitha Baldwin Danny Barns Norman Basden Barry Bateman Debbie Bateman Terri Bateman Ann Bates Danny Bates c L A S s 0 F 1 9 7 0 Wanda Carpenter Shirley Castle Wanda Cheek Marie Clouse Peggy Cochran Tommy Cochran Danny Collins Linda Conhiser Betsy Conley Harry Conley Eugene Cook Debbie Corbin Keith Corbin Claudette Crunkleton Roger Bates Jessie Beasley Terry Bell Tommy Bennett Violet Benny Mary Bowman Stevie Bowman Conda Bradley Bonnie Brendle Nancy Bryant Dana Bryson Yvonne Bryson Donald Burch Wendell Burston Al Cabe Ishmeal Cabe Keith Cabe Linda Cabe Patsy Cabe Bob Cansler Linda Carnes Terry Carnes David Carpenter sg 81 Mack Dalrymple Chris Daniel Ricky Daves Butch Deal Dale Dendy Gail Dendy Jimmy Dills Randy Dills Bessie Dowdle Brenda Dowdle Elizabeth Edington Gary Elders Irene Elliot Anita Elliot Dennis Hall Ivan Hall Sandra Hail Mac Harrison Ann Hedden Lannie Hedden Marshall Hedden Ronnie Henderson Boyd Henry Brenda Hensley Steve Hensley Linda Henson Lynn Henson Denton Higdon Tava Fouts Randy Frady Allen Frazier Linda Fuller Jimmy Gamer Peggy Gibson Robert Gibson Woody Gibson Barbara Gillespie Florence Green Nancy Garrison Brenda Gibson Issac Gibson Doug Green Jeanette Green Dan Gregg Lonnie Gribble Bobby Guest Ci kit tm h ; 82 Lawana Higdon Danny Hodgen Jerry Hodgen Jimmy Hodgen Brenda Holland Dale Holland Floyce Holland Gary Holland Gerald Holland Homer Holland Wanda Holland Jay Hooper Gary Houston Walter Hunter Carolyn Jenkins Danny Johnson Janice Johnson J.B. Johnson Joe Johnson Wayne Jones Wanda Keener Mike Kinsland Sandra Kinsland Keith Lakey Judy Langston David Ledbetter Davis Ledford Elaine Ledford James Ledford Sandra Ledford Steve Ledford Bruce Long Yvonne Lyons Margie Martin Peggy Martin Billy Mashburn Ellen Mashburn James Mashburn Joe Mashburn Martha Mashburn Marvin Mashburn Melvin Mashburn Sue Mashburn Bruce Mason Danny Mason Mickey Mason Elaine McCall Johnny McClure Maxie McClure Donald McConnell Freddie McConnell 83 Shirley McConnell Dade McCoy Gary McDonald Gene McDonald Kathy McDowell Kathy McFadden Bruce McGaha Carol McGuire Mark McGuire Mary Jo Meadows Jimmy Medlin Debbie Mincey Terry Moffitt Peggy Murphy Sherry Oueen Joyce Ramey Michael Ramey Mac Rawlins Alton Ray Debbie Ray Johnny Rice Glenda Rogers Jimmy Rogers Randell Rogers Reatha Rogers Marvadean Rowland Rita Salain Dewey Sanders } o . w A, Ik Marc Noblitt Myra Norton Charlotte Ordway Richard Otto Frank Pangle Randy Panned Jimmy Parker Neal Parker Bobby Parrish Bobby Peek Doris Peek Velma Peek Ray Pendergrass Pat Penland Carolyn Perry Richard Phillips Judy Pickins Patricia Pitts Linda Plowman Randy Poindexter Gail Proffitt David Pruitt 84 Lucy Smith Deborah Soper Diane Sorrells Wanda Stamey Linda Stanley Carol Stewart Pat Stewart Sally Stiles Davida Stoudenmire Allen Sutton Joyce Tallent Rhonda Tallent Elizabeth Taylor Leonard Teague Pam Teague Raymond Teague Jerry Vanhook Dellyn Vaughn Vivian Vinson Chuck Waldroop Clifford Waldroop Doyle Waldroop 85 Donna Sanders Joe Sanders Ned Sanders Mike Schlott Cathy Scroggs Eddie Seagle Mary Seay Glenda Shields Jimmy Shuler Joyce Shuler Vickie Shuler Betty Shope Oberah Shope Timoxena Sloan Robert Wall Carolyn Ward Cynthia Weaver Lucy Webb Debbie Wells Edna Williams Gail Williamson Kenneth Wilson Matthew Wilson Mildred Wood Aileen Wooten Terry Younce Bruce Young Richard Young LIFE AT FHS A time to laugh . . . to share our secrets . . . to think in terms of two . . . to support the Panthers . . . to perform . . . to represent the Panther . . . . . . and a time to be ourselves. 86 87 MOST DIGNIFIED Martha Perry, Bill Parrish MOST INFLUENTIAL Pat Queen, Lonnie Holden MOST COURTEOUS Joyce Sanders, Curtis Suit Superlatives BEST PERSONALITY Elaine Barrett, Bobby Simpson Brenda Bolick, Joe Bell NEATEST Carolyn Ledford, Phil Simpson MOST TALENTED Betty Sue Tallent, George Hubbs BEST ALL AROUND Jane Hastings, Larry Seay MOST STUDIOUS Gail Shepherd, Edwin Blaine CLASS WITS Brenda Bridgeman, Clarence Shields BEST CITIZENS MOST POPULAR Karen Houston, David Duvall Mary Lou Conrad, Jay Enloe PRETTIEST AND MOST HANDSOME Jane Holbrook, Doug Tallent ELAINE BARRETT —Laure Leaf Editor; Secretary of Se¬ nior Class. JOE BELL —Student Body President; Macon County Morehead Nominee. OUT - SENIORS EDWIN BLAINE-Vice-Presi¬ dent of Senior Class; Vice- President of Beta Club. BRENDA BOLICK -Laurel BUZZY BRYSON-Boy’s Leaf Editor; Beta Club Re- State; Beta Club. porter. MARY LOU CONRAD- Mountain Echo Staff; Senior Superlative. ' W ' GENIE ENLOE —Vice-Presi¬ dent of Health Careers Club; Girls Basketball Team. STANDING 1967 JEFF ENLOE —President of Beta Club; President of FFA Parliamentary Procedure Team. JANE HOLBROOK-Cap- tain of Cheerleaders; Maid of Honor, 1967. KAREN HOUSTON - Treas¬ urer of Senior Class; Presi¬ dent of Future Teachers’ Club. GEORGE HUBBS —President of Student Forum; Nominee for Outstanding Musician of Western N.C. MARTHA PERRY -Editor of Mountain Echo; Senior Super¬ lative. GAIL SEABOCK-President of Health Careers Club; Co- Captain of Girls Basketball Team. CURTIS SUIT—Jaycee Re¬ cognition Award; Angier B. Duke Memorial Scholarship Nominee. 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 School. Elaine Barrett Edwin Blaine Brenda Bolick Buzzy Bryson Barbara Higdon Dennis Seagle Yvonne Buchanan George Hubbs Gail Shepherd Mary Lou Conrad i Barbara McClure Phil Simpson Bill Parrish ' V 5 , -r ' , Jay Enloe Junior Honor Students Judy Arnold Tom Collins Eva Jamison Pat Rice These ten honor student have strived to maintain high scholastic averages during their three years in high school. They will act as ushers and assist in other ways in the com¬ mencement exercises at the end of the year. Dana Baldwin Wanda Willis Sophomore Honor Students Karen Bryson From the sophomore class, ten students have been named honor students because of their high scholastic averages. Lawrence Combs Nancy Crockett George Cunningham Philip Drake Jane Perry Pam Pruett Brad Warstler BOYS’ STATE GIRLS’ STATE jl. Bill Parrish, Edwin Blaine, Buzzy Bryson. Kirsten Horsley, Elaine Barrett. STUDENTS WIN HONORS MOREHEAD NOMINEE Joe Bell was Macon County’s nominee for the Morehead Award. YOUTH FITNESS Edwin Blaine, Karen Houston, Genie Enloe, Gail Seabock —represen¬ tatives for Governor’s Council on Youth Fitness. U.N. SPEAKING CONTEST Martha Perry, Runner-up. Gail Shepherd, Winner. CLINIC BAND These students were chosen as members of the All-State Clinic Band: First Bow (left to right), Diana West, Roseanna Coates, Susan Fisher. Second Row: George Hubbs, Rickey Brogden, Marilyn Crawford, Kathy Childers. BAND WINS HONORS TROPHY OUTSTANDING MUSICIAN George Hubbs was nominated as one of the Outstanding High School Musicians in the Western District All-State Band. The Franklin High Marching Panther Band won a trophy for their outstanding performance at the Southeastern Marching Band Festival in Bristol, Tennessee. WORKSHOP BAND SJgffpp ' ll . “ GL-r- -- .. These students were chosen as members of the All-State Work¬ shop Band: First Row (left to right): Edna Williams, Nadine West, Gloria Raby, Nancy Jane Sloan, Brenda Dowdle. Second Row: John HurSt, Lawrence Combs, David Carpenter. First Rou left to right): Buddy Henson, Carl Alexander, Vic Teems, Teddy Cook, Charles Henson, Conley Shope, Tommy Collins. Second Row: Charles Crisp, Johnny Williams, Larry Corbin, Jim Perry. F 0 0 T B A L L 1 9 6 6 The new head coach at Franklin High this year is Mr. Pat Pattillo. He was assistant coach at Frank¬ lin in 1956. Since then he has been very successful at Newman Georgia and Robbinsville High. Frank-, lin High School feels fortunate to have Mr. Pattillo and is looking forward to having him for a coach in the years to come. Mr. Dan Grindstaff, Assistant Coach Mr. Pat Pattillo, Head Coach hr ,t Row dett to right ' Clarence Shields, Charles Henson, Charles Lea- therman. Mack Brogden, Donald Waldroop, Ronnie Ray, Tony Holland, Jerry Arnold. . harles Crisp. I.arry Corbin, Vic Teems, Ronnie Owens, lim Perry, Wallace Setser. Jim Shepherd, Marshall McKinney, Abby Winstead. Second Row: Coach Grindstaff, Steve Whitmire, Buddy Henson, Carl Alexander, Keith Corbin, Teddy Cook, Johnny Williams, Gary Palmer, Charles Jamison, Mark McDowell, Charles McClure, Van Rogers, Conley Shope, Tommy Collins, Bill Fagg, Tommy Vanhook, Bobby Simpson, Dwight Bryson, Coach Pattillo. Charles Crisp Halfback Co-Captain Carl Alexander TackJe Co-Captain Ruddy Henson End The Franklin High Panthers started the 1966 football season under the leadership of a new head coach, Mr. Pat Pattilo. The team had only seven letter men returning from a team that posted a 2-8 record the previous season, making it one of the most inexperienced teams in the Smoky Mountain Conference The first game of the season the fighting Panthers played host to a team from Georgia Industrial. The visitors came out on top of a hard fought game 13-7 In their second outing on their home field, the Big Reds were shut out 28-0 by Clayton Georgia In the third game of the season, Franklin entered conference play with a home contest against Andrews. After a close first half, the visiting Wildcats pulled away and won 40 6. For their first away game of the season, the Panthers met a strong Sylva-Webster eleven and lost again by a score of 56-6. Tommy Collins End Teddy Cook Center Charles Henson Guard Larry Corbin Fullback Johnny Williams Quarterback 101 Charles McClure End Ronnie Owens End Marshall McKinney End Bobby Simpson End Ronnie Ray Guard Keith Corbin Center Charles Leatherman Tackle Tony Holland Guard Conley Shope Tackle Dwight Bryson Halfback Wallace Setser Guard Steve Whitmire Tackle Clarence Shields Tackle Van Rogers Tackle Jim Perry Halfback Jim Shepherd Halfback Gary Palmer Fullback Charles Jamison Halfback Bill Fagg Quarterback Donald Waldroop Halfback Abby Winstead Halfback Mack Brogden End Managers Lewis Smith Frank Pangle Mark McDowell Guard Jerry Arnold Halfback After! ever, vict I thers played at home against --—„.—,— ------ - , . , I next week and shutout the hard luck Panthers 59-0. The last two games for the fighting Panthers were road games against very strong non ■ onteren- • ’ In the first one, Franklin lost to Tuscola High 48-0. In the next and last game of the season the Big Reds were trounced by Brevard by a score o, , ! -0. Even though the Panthers experienced a dismal season, most of the players who saw a lot of action will be returning next year these •players gained va uable experience so the team next year will not have to face the same disadvantage faced by the team this year. I he graduating seniors are Carl Alex idet Charles Crisp, Charles Henson, Buddy Henson, Clarence Shields, Gary Palmer, Dwight Bryson, Bobby Simpson, and Bill Fagg. 103 BOYS’ BASKETBALL 1966-1967 JOE BELL Guard Co-Captain The Franklin High Panthers, coached by Mr. Tommy Raby, started the 1967 basketball sea¬ son with onlv one starter returning. Faced with building a conference contender the Panthers began play against Nantahala bv defeating the visitors in a cliff-hanger 54-52. The inexperienced Franklin live continued their winning ways by soundly defeating Glenville 71-34 in their next outing. The Big Reds lost their first conference game to Sylva-Webster 63-52 and also lost to a highly rated Pisgah High team 106-54. In their next game, the Panthers defeated non-conference foe Cherokee 69-51. The next week the Reds dropped two in a row to Cullowhee. Then the Pan¬ thers lost in conference action to Swain 63-55 and Andrews 50-46. The Big Reds then bounced back by defeating Hayesville 67-52 and Robbinsville 84-60 in conference play, but they again lost to Sylva-Webster in a crucial conference game. In their next outing, the Franklin five were out classed by the powerful Pisgah bears 109-69. The Panthers began a five game winning streak by out scoring Murphy 60-57 in a game which went into overtime. In another conference road game, the Big Reds with hot shooting in the second half breezed by Swain 88-76. The Panthers then took two home games from conference foes Andrews and Hayesville by scores of 67-59 and 73-63. The Panthers again defeated Robbinsville 82-66. As the yearbook goes to press the fight¬ ing Big Reds are tied for second place in the conference with a 8-4 conference record. KEITH CORBIN Forward COACH TOM RABY BUDDY HENSON Forward RANDY PANNELL Guard CHARLES McCLURE Forward RICHARD PHILLIPS Forward JOHNNY McCLURE Forward MICKEY STOCKTON Center JOHNNY WILLIAMS Guard ALLEN WORLEY Center JERRY ARNOLD AND JIMMY GARNER Managers GAIL SEABOCK Guard Co-Captain BRENDA BRIDGEMAN Roving Guard Co-Captain GENIE ENLOE Roving Guard KAREN HOUSTON Roving Guard GIRLS’ BASKETBALL 1966-1967 PAM PRUETT Forward CAROL SPEED Forward CAROL VINSON Guard JANE PERRY Roving Guard The Franklin High Pantherettes, coached by Miss Gail Anderson, began the 1966-1967 basketball season with four starters returning to the squad. The well-balanced Franklin lasses opened play by trouncing Nantahala 54-39. The Pantherettes then took another home court victory from Glenville by a score of 37-9 before traveling to Sylva to defeat them 33-15 in their first conference victory. Next, the Franklin girls began a five game home stand by squeezing past Pisgah 29-25. They claimed their second conference victory by defeating Murphy in another very close game 41-40. The Pantheretts then stomped Hiwassee Dam 49-17 before winning another close and crucial conference game from Swain 31-28. In their next outing the lasses journeyed to Hayesville where they easily won by a score of 42-17. They then proceeded to win two more conference home games from Robbins- ville and Sylva Webster by scores of 45-31 and 40-17. The Pantherettes won their twelveth game in a row by defeating Pisgah for a second time with a 25-24 margin. The girls were then edged by Murphy in their first de¬ feat of the season, and fell to Swain 34-30 in hard fought conference games. The Franklin lasses returned to their winning ways, however, by taking two conference games in a row from Hayesville by a 53-28 lopsided score and Robbinsville 42-24. MISS GAIL ANDERSON Goach 106 JUDY ARNOLD Roving Guard RACHAEL JONES Forward MARY SIMPSON Guard BRENDA DOWDLE Froward WANDA STAMEY Roving Guard BETTY SCRUGGS Forward DEBBIE MINCEY Forward PAT PITTS Forward ROSEANNA COATES Guard DORIS PEEK Forward NANCY CROCKETT EVA JAMISON Managers 107 GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM Kneeling (left to right): linger Sanders, Judy Arnold, Brenda Frazier, Brenda Dowdle, Karen Houston, Doris Peek, Wanda Stamey, Debbie Mincey, Jane Perry. Standing: Aileen Wooten, Connie Moses, Gail Sea- bock, Brenda Bridgeman, Carol Speed, Betty Scruggs, Genie Enloe, Peggy Huscusson, Roseanna Coates, Pam Pruett. BOYS’ BASKETBALL TEAM . a -. , _f 1 t m Kneeling (left to right): Keith Corbin, Jimmy Fouts, Randy Panned, Joe Bell, Dwight Bryson, Richard Phillips. Standing: Johnny Williams, Charles McClure, Ronnie Ledford, Mickey Stockton, Allen Worley, Tommy Collins, Buddy Henson. 108 Martha Duncan, Co-Captain Judy Darnel] Jane Holbrook, Captain Debbie Rogers, Co-Captain JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS ' dm m rmskssll e 1 IH Mm : - - First Bow: Kneeling: (left to right): Peggy Martin, Debbie Corbin, Gail Proffitt, Carolyn Perry. Second Row: Standing: Barbara Gillispie, Terri Bateman, Rita Salain, Captain; Carolyn McGuire, Dana Bryson. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL Fust Bow: (left to right): Tony Bryant, Gary Taylor, Randy Pannell, A1 Cabe, Richard Phillips, Danny Collins, Gerald Holland, Jim Garner. Second Row: Donnie Lequire, Joe Sanders, Ricky Huscusson, Dan Griggs, Joe Johnston, Ivan Hall, Bruce Young, Bobby Mason, Bruce Long, Ricky Davis. Third Row: Ronnie Cook, Bruce Adams, James Ordway, Billy McConnell, David Parker, Harry Conley, Joe Mashburn. 110 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: (left to right): Mike McSween, Charles Leatherman, Wayne Jones, Dennis Hall. Second Row: Bruce Young, Jimmy Dills, Danny Collins, Mark Crawford. “ON THE GO” ill Panthers, Panthers, Everywhere! 113 jPWI • Joe Bell President Bruce Adams • V . •- • ' Class Presidents (left to right): David Duvall, Senior; Pat Rice, Junior; Tony Holland, Sophomore; Joe Sanders, Freshman. m-. Junior Representatives: (left to right): Harvey Pouts Janet McGuire Jim Perry, Abby Winstead, Judy Darnell. Senior Representatives: (left to right): Larry Seay, Eddie Bateman, Sandra Smith, Charles Crisp, Farrell Jamison. Club Representatives: First Row: (left to right): Jane Perry, Annette Carpenter, Judy Arnold, Brenda Bolick. Second Row: Jay Enloe, Tommy Collins. Mr. Dillard Morrow Sponsor Brenda Bolick Editor Elaine Barrett Editor LAUREL LEAF STAFF Mary Margaret Bulgin, Mary Frances McGlamery Senior Editors Wanda Willis Dana Baldwin Debbie Suit Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor 116 Judy Darnell Features Editor „_ Marilyn Crawford Eddie Bateman Honors Editor Business Manager runuiu, a-jvci Jain Activities Editors Tommy Collins Sports Editor Joe Sanders Photographer 117 MOUNTAIN ECHO STAFF Helen Gribble, Gail Seabock, News Writers Elaine Rogers, Tom Fuller, Debbie Rogers, Feature Writers Mr. Dillard Morrow, Sponsor Susan Fisher, Sports Editor Mary Lou Conrad, Art Editor Jearlene Davis, Nancy Jane Sloan, Assistant Typists Kathy Zickgraf, Typist Martha Perry, Editor Jacque Hammond, Ginger Sanders, Janet McGuire, Feature Writers 118 Jay Enloe, President Edwin Blaine, Vice-President Brenda Bolick, Reporter Elaine Barrett, Secretary-Treasurer BETA CLUB Bill Parrish Buzzy Bryson Miss Jean Phillips, Sponsor Dennis Seagle Helen Slagle 119 First Row: (left to nght): Cathy Childers Dana Baldwin, Linda Fouts, Gloria Raby, Nancy Jane Sloan, Brenda Dowdle, Donna Sanders, Second Row: Edna Williams, Dawn Ellis andy Frady, Rebecca Waldroop Mike Suttles Roseanna Coates, Susan Fisher, Marilyn Crawford. Phil Bennett, Janet Jacobs, Diana West. Third Row: Beverly Gibson Margaret Hcdbrook, Yvonne Cabe, Pat Penland. Mary Jo Meadows. Sue Mashburn, Larry Arnold, Mary Ruth Byid, Lynn Stanley, Mike Schlott, James Mashburn, |oey Biyson, Tommy Pan- gle, Vickie Penland, Jimmy Gutfie, Bruce Johnson, Phil Drake, Mark McGuire, David Carpenter, Nadine West. Fourth Bow Mr. Harwell, Director- George Hubbs Billv Mash Kodla BrlndJ me ffick BroSen H ° lbr0 ° k ' MCCaU ' Ke " y ' R ° nnie Frank ‘ in ’ Br6nda Pen ’ and ’ Linda H ° ten ’ FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL BAND Right to left): Kathy Childers, Drum Major. Janet Jacobs, Assistant Drum Major. Officers: (left to right): Seated: John Hurst, President; Mr. Harwell, Director; Susan Fisher. Vice-President. Standing: First Row: Marilvn Crawford, Secretary-Treasurer; Diana West, Historian; Donna Sanders, Freshmen Representative; Roseanna Coates, Sophomore Representative; Janet Jacobs, Assistant Drum Major; Kathy Childers, Drum Major. Second Row: George Hubbs, Senior Representative; Mike Suttles, Junior Rep resentative. 120 Clarinet Section First Row: (left to right): Dana Baldwin, Cathy Childers, Linda Fouts, Marilyn Crawford. Second Row: Beverly Gibson, Edna Williams, Dawn Ellis, Randy Frady, Rebecca Waldroop. Third Row: Margaret Holbrook, Yvonne Cabe, Pat Penland, Mary Jo Meadows, Lynn Stamey. Oboe and Flute Section: (left to right): Cloria Raby, Nancy Jane Sloan, Phil Bennett, Donna Sanders, Brenda Dowdle. Percussion Section: (left to right): Brenda Armes, Dale McCall, Billy Mashbum, Rickey Brogden, Donald Hurst, Ronnie Franklin, George Hubbs, Carolyn Rice, Bobbie Jo Holbrook. Cornet Section: First Row: (left to right): Mike Suttles, Roseanna Coates, Vickie Penland, Susan Fisher. Second Row: Joey Bryson, Jimmy Guffie. Tommy Pangle Low Woodwind Section Larry Arnold, Lynn Stamey, Mary Ruth Byrd Low Brass Section: Nadine West, David Carpenter. 121 First Row: (left to right): Peggy Martin, Anita Griggs, Nadine West, Mary Lou Conrad, Becky Smith, Mary Ruth Byrd, Maxie McClure. Second Row: Vivian Vinson, Linda Holden, Beverly Gibson, Wanda Johnson, Bobbie Jo Holbrook, Beth Smith, Shirley Castle. Third Row: Bonnie Brendle, Joan Weaver, Carol Johnson, Louise Ordway, Lynn Stamey, Sherry Queen, Elizabeth Edenington. FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS First Row: (left to right): Mac Rawlins, George McCabe. Second Row: Claudette Crunkleton, Peggy Murphy, Rebecca Carson, Brenda Kay Hensley, Diane Barnes, Kathy Childers. Third Row: Elizabeth Peek, Emma Lou Carpenter, Sandra Kinsland, Pamela Cassada, Mary Haire, Brenda Penland, Sandra Hall. Fourth Row: Gloria Raby, Debbie Soper, Sandra Cabe, Peggy Gibson, Kirsten Horsley, Mary Margaret Bulgin, Jennifer McClure. Fifth Row: Carolyn Perry, Carol McGuire, Rita Salain, Dana Bryson, Debbie Corbin. Officers (left to right): Mary Haire, President; Mary Margaret Bulgin, Vice-Presi¬ dent; Rita Salain, Secretary-Treasurer, Peggy Gibson, Librarian. 122 STUDENT FORUM First Row: (left to right): Martha Gibson, Judy Arnold, Jinger Sanders, Wilma Dills, Kathy Zickgraf, Carolyn Ledford, Mary Lou Conrad. Second Row: Debbie Rogers, Marilyn Crawford, Janet McGuire, Nancy Fisher, Nancy Jane Sloan, Sandra Smith, Karen Houston, Brenda Bolick. Third Row: Jimmy Guffie, Buzzy Bryson, Bill Fagg, George Hubbs, Mrs. Cabe, Sponsor. ll r A J ! The Student Forum is organized for juniors and Seniors interested in discussing and dealing with world affairs. One of their prof ects tEs year was to send cards which they made themselves to acquaintances in Viet Nam who have once been a part of Franklin High School. Several Student Forum members have made trips to listen to distinguished speakers on world affairs. Officers First Row: (left to right): Carolyn Ledford, Secretary-Treasurer; Karen Houston Program Chairman; Judy Arnold, Student Council Representative; Marilyn Crawford, Project Chairman. Second Row George Hubbs, President. 123 LOS ENTUSIASTAS ESPANOLES The Spanish Club participates in the Christmas Parade. Officers: First Row: (left to right): Nancy Fisher, Secretary; Amelia Jenkins, Treas¬ urer. Second Row Buddy Henson, Vice-President; Ronnie Ledford, President; Tommy Collins, Student Council Representative. First Rote: (left to right): Miss Ann Pennington, Sponsor; Ann Perry, Carolyn Rice, Debbie Suit, Mary Frances McGlamery, Nancy Fisher, Jane Holbrook, Pat Owens, Jinger Sanders, Roseanna Coates, Emma Carter, Wilma Dills, Janie Marvin, Brenda Frazier, Brenda Penland, Janet Mirek, Margaret Holbrook, Connie Moses, Mary Lou Conrad, Susie Gibson. Second Row Amelia Jenkins, Bobbie Jo Holbrook, Linda Fouts, Nancy Jane Sloan, Wallace Setser, Mike Wallace, Charlie Leather man, Jimmy Shepherd, Jerry Arnold, Steve Cabe, Steve Shope, Annette Carpenter, Loretta Davis, Pat Rice, Loretta Barrett. Third Row: Larry Corbin, Pat O’Brien, Diana West, Janet McGuire, Gail McDowell, Tommy Collins, Mac Wallace, Abby Winstead, Jim Perry, Tom Fuller, Jerry Wilson, Fred Frazier, Jerry Wallace, Kenny Seay, Nancy Bennett. Fourth Row: Bill Parrish, Johnny Williams, Ritchie Beal, Steve Whitmire, Jimmy Guffie, Bruce Johnson, Buddy Henson, Ronnie Ledford, Rickey Brogden, George McCabe, AI Slagle, Charles Nichols, Teddy Boring, Mark Crawford. 124 First Row: (left to right): Debbie Suit, Eva Jamison, Wilma Dills, Jane Perry, Ann Turpin, Cail Shepherd. Second Row: Judy Arnold Pat Queen, Jane Phillips, Jearlene Davis, Deanna Fox, Jackie Shope, Selma Minerich, Barbara Higdon. Third Row. Marvin McFalls, Loretta Barrett, Carol Vinson, Doris anhook, Shirley eeves. DEWEY DECIMALS Mrs. Rebecca Clark, Librarian Mrs. Sue Moore, Librarian 125 Seated: (left to right): Helen Cunningham, Jearlene Davis, Wanda Corbin, Shirley Wooten, Gail Seabock, Linda Holland, Pam Cook, Karen Houston. Standing: Jane Phillips, Mary Lou Conrad, Gail Proffitt, Mary Haire, June Hunter, Carolyn Pitts, Janet Welch, Brenda Bolick, Elaine Barrett. Second Bow: Yvonne Buchanan, Eliza¬ beth Peek, Jean Carpenter, Jennifer McClure, Anita Norton, Sharon Welch, Brenda Armes, Brenda Bridgeman, Carol Speed, Miss Maude Bivans, Sponsor. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The FHA is organized for students in¬ terested in improving personal, family, and community living. This year the FHA has been very active and has completed many outstanding projects. The members have repaired toys to give to needy chil¬ dren at Christmas, made cookies for the Miss FHS party, and made trays for hos¬ pital patients. Also, some of the mem¬ bers presented a Christmas party at school serving friends and faculty throughout the day. Officers. Seated: (left to right): Wanda Corbin, President: Shirley Wooten, Vice-President; Pam Cook, Secretary; Gail Seabock, Treasurer. Standing: Jearlene Davis, Parliamentarian; Helen Cun¬ ningham, Historian: Yvonne Buchanan, Student Council Representative; Linda Holland, Reporter; Karen Houston, Jane Phillips, Recreation Leaders. 126 First Row: (left to right): Joyce Sanders, Nina Anderson, Ellen Randall, Gail Waters, Gail Kelly, Emma Carter, Kathy Zickgraf, Debbie Salain, Elaine Whitaker, Dora Ann Waynick. Second Row: Linda Reeves, Josephine Waldroop, Nancy Dills, Reba Cloer, Terry Morgan, Brenda Estes, Brenda Sanders, Yvonne Cabe, Shirley Teems. Third Row: Kathy Shuler, Sue Berry, Brenda Corne, Annette Thompson, Margaret Styles, Melba Bryson, Jearlene Davis, Mary Haire, Carolyn Pitts, Selma Minerich, Jackie Shope. Fourth Row: Jane Holbrook, Nancy Jane Sloan, June Hunter, Carolyn Rogers, Mary Margaret Bulgin, Brenda Bridgeman, Sue Cabe, Carolyn McConnell, Gail Cabe, Barbara McClure, Linda Carpenter. FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA Officers: (left to right): Joyce Sanders, President; Gail Cabe, Vice-President; Sue Cabe, Secretary; Brenda Bridgeman, Treasurer; Sue Berry, Reporter; Kathy Zickgraf, Student Council Representative. Gloria and Jim entertain the FBLA. 127 Enloe navlIrnVrnahn ' s C ir ' p e t nsley ’ ( , k ' rald Woods, BdI Collins, Marvin Bolick, Sherman Gibson, Dwight Bryson, Jay Seay. Second Bow Keith Shope, Donnie Clouse, Jay s „?e Esa’as ' w,de sbope - “ Qri p “ ' A " to " - « • » FUTURE FARMERS The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is to develop agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. The FFA is expecially of value to those planning a career in Agriculture. The members of this club rinder many community services, such as assisting with the County Fair and helping farmers in various tasks. 128 | First Row: (left to right): Steve Stewart, Sammy Coggins, James Ray, Ray Pendergrass, Bobby Parrish, Danny Gregg, Alton Ray, Mickey Mason, Rickey Davis, Steve Ledford, Mar- ! 1011 Mason. Second Row: Gary Taylor, Steve Shepherd, Richard Cabe, Clifford Pendergrass, Jerry Anderson, Bob Cansler, Jimmy Fouts, Alvin Sutton, Dellyn Vaughn, Wayne Jones, Tommy Cochran, Kenneth Wilson, Joe Masnburn, Mack Harrison, James Houston, Neal Parker. Third Row Tommy Mincey, Steve Holland Lowell Holland Jimmy Gunnin i Marshall Hedden, Donald Waldroop, Robert Shook, Larry Sheffield, Mack Brogen, Dale Holland, Gary Houston, Tommy Bennett, Johnny Rice Dale McCoy Keith Lakey’ Ronald Swafford. Fourth Row: Gene Mason, Harold Carpenter, Dean Stiwinter, Rex Woods, Fred Raby, Bobby Mason, Jimmv Higdon, David Allen, Jerry Vanhook Sammv Talley, James Sanders, Norris Clouse. ’ ’ y OF AMERICA During the summer and early part of the 1966-67 school year, members of the FFA helped in the construction of new facilities for the Agriculture Department. These buildings and other additions added greatly to the appearance of the Franklin High School campus, as well as being of much service to those concerned with the Agriculture Department, 129 PANTI First Row: (left to right): Gail Proffitt, Brenda Dowdle, Debbie Corbin, Carolyn Perry, Stevie Bowman, Donna Sanders, Karen Houston, Elaine Barrett. Second Row: Jacque Ham¬ mond, Timoxena Sloan, Rhonda Tallent, Rita Salain, Terri Bateman, Barbara Gillispie, Brenda Bolick, Yvonne Cabe. Third Row: Kathy Zickgraf, Martha Gibson, Manlvn Craw¬ ford. Martha Perry, Kirsten Horsley, Cathy Childers, Mary Lou Conrad. Fourth Row: Billy Crawford, Mr. McKee, Sponsor; A1 Cabe. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The purposes of the FTA are: to learn about the teaching profession, its opportunities, responsibilities, and its important role in relation to the various fields of teaching: to cultivate in ourselves the high qualities of personality, character, and leadership which are essential in good teachers; to learn how and where teachers receive their prep¬ aration; the cost; the scholarships available; the number of years re¬ quired; and the certification require¬ ments and standards: to study the lives and the influence of great teachers. Officers: First Rote: (left to right): President, Karen Houston. Vice-President; Elaine Barrett; Secretary, Gail Proffitt. Second Roil Historian, Terri Bateman; Student Council Representative, Brenda Bolick. Treasurer, Donna Sanders. 130 Under the guidance of both state and local sponsors, the Health Careers Club at Franklin High School has reorganized and become a much stronger organization . Several mem¬ bers of the club gained an insight into the world of medicine by touring various hospitals in the Asheville area. The purposes of the Health Careers Club are to foster wise choices of nursing and other health careers, to promote a growing ap¬ preciation of the joy and satisfaction of these careers, and to emphasize the importance of personal and com¬ munity health. Officers: (left to right): Gail Seabock, President; Genie Enloe, Vice-President; Susie Gibson, Secretary- Treasurer; Loretta Davis, Historian; Karen Houston, Publicity Chairman; Tom Fuller, Assistant Publicity Chairman. HEALTH CAREERS CLUB fftsmi! •- . - - 8ft vc WL Xmm. - • ■ Ussfiy t First row. (left to right): Anne Sorrells, Jane Hastings, Roseanna Coates, Susie Gibson, Kathy Shuler, Dora Ann Waynick, Nina Anderson, Ellen Randall. Brenda Frazier, Cail Seabock, Genie Enloe, Karen Houston. Second How Beth Smith Pat Rice, Loretta Davis, Kathy Zickgraf, Carolyn Rice, Janet Jacobs, Rebecca Wald roop, Donna Sanders, Sharon Welch, Vickie Penland. Third How Miss Betty Howard Sponsor; Miss Frances Winstead Poindexter. Linda Conhiser. Becky Smith, Helen Slagle. Nancy Bennett, Loretta Barrett, Janet Welch. Anita Norton Fourth Hour Jimmy Guffie. Tom Fuller. Chai Ik L eatherman, Clark Corwin, Abby Winstead 131 First Row: (left to right): Debbie Rogers, Jane Holbrook, Martha Duncan, Brenda Bridgeman, Gail Seabock, Genie Enloe, Karen Houston. Second Row: Judy Darnell, Jinger San¬ ders, Annette Carpenter, Carol Vinson, Carol Speed, Judy Arnold. Third Row: Connie Moses, Peggy Huscusson, Pam Pruett, Jane Perry, Miss Gail Anderson, Sponsor. G i R L M 0 N 0 G R A M C L U B No, it’s mine! - - wen tu ugiiiy: iicmuciu, oan seauocK; vice .vu.uv.ui, .vu.cn uuuoiun, Secretary, Judy Darnell; Treasurer, Judy Arnold; Student Council Representative, Annette Carpenter 132 BOYS’ MONOGRAM CLUB First Roxv. mt to right): Charlie Leatherman Dwight Bryson, Abby Winstead, Tony Holland, Jerry Arnold, Jim Shepherd, Bobby Simpson, Steve Whitmire Jim Perry Keith Cor Rou, cZ ' aETJ r T am A ' Cha ; ' f ke McSween, Clarence Shields. Joe Bell, Ronnie Ledford, Johnny Williams, Charlie Henson LaTcorbTn vfcta W Row. Carl Alexander, Conley Shope, Charlie McClure, Teddy Cook, Ronnie Owens, Wallace Setser, Tommy Collins, Ronnie Ray. Officers: (left to right): Carl Alexander, President; Joe Bell, Vice-President; Clarence Shields, Secretary-Treasurer. The team at work . . . Add two for Franklin! 133 “Farewell” From the first homeroom bell in late August until the last dismissal bell in early June, some nine hundred students and teachers have something in common —they are each a part of Franklin High School. Each begins the 1966-67 school year with bubbling enthusiasm —enthusiasm which ranges in degree from Freshman eagerness to learn what high school is all about to Senior ambition to make the most of their last year at Franklin High School. As school begins, so does the football season: yelling for the team at the home games . . . faithfully loading our cars to attend the games away from home, and to yell some more . . . getting together after the game for a hamburger and coke . . . replaying the game over and over in our minds. Next come Christmas holidays, and what a relief! Every¬ one plans parties for the crowd, gifts for their special one, and Christmas dinner with the family. The Holiday Season ends much too quickly, however, and it hardly seems possible: half the school year is over, and it is time for mid¬ term exams! We pass some, fail some, vow to do better the next half of the year, and make plans for th e Miss FHS Party. This will be one of the biggest events of the school year, and the Student Council works diligently to get a good band and to make the event a success. And we all wonder “Who will be crowned Miss Franklin High School?” Now we should settle down to our studies before those warm, lazy spring days get here. But January and February speed swiftly by, with ballgames, club meetings, and just wasting time. In March the Juniors take those long-dreaded College Boards, and then begin some hard work toward that grand night of their year —the Junior-Senior Prom. This night will always bring warm memories to our minds: taking the girl that we have wanted to date for such a long time . . . wearing our first evening gown . . . sleeping just a little but declaring that we stayed awake all night. April’s breezes invade the class¬ room and our minds are soon taken captive by them— Freshmen tnink of being Sophomores; Sophomores dream of going to the Jr.-Sr. next year; Juniors measure for their classrings. Seniors recall the past four years with a feeling of sadness, wonder¬ ing how it could all be over so soon. We grasp these last few days together, seeing how much Franklin High School means to us. And as we look about us, we realize how fond we have grown of our teachers, our chair in Senior Math, our talks over food in the lunchroom. We regretfully realize that soon we will no longer be a part of Franklin High School, but we know that Franklin High School will always be a part of us. And surely enough, graduation comes, and we end the 1966-67 school year at Franklin High School. As the football streamers fade away, only a few Friday nights seem to pass until the basketball season begins —the athlete strives to perfect his shot; the cheerleaders dream of deafening pep rallys; the coaches are determined to make their teams winning ones. Now Tuesday and Friday nights demand our team support, and many more Wednesday exams show lower grades as this demand is met. With the coming of basketball season comes College Board exams for the Seniors, and also the important decision of where they want to go to college (and if they will be accepted). f pssfc . ' ; . I V ' 1 ■ .


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