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

 - Class of 1968

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gBERBRHHn MAP OF THE rOkLDftw« FROM THE LIBRARY OF Astfac the 1968 LauRel Leaf edited By the Students of franklin high School pRankLin, DoRth CaROlma CO-edltORS SponsoRs maRilyn CRaw foRd nriRs. Linda Case 6eBBy Suit niR. RichaRd mckee t Ble of Contents facuLty 9 5 SenioRS featimes 73 19 fpeshmen 63 SpoRts 95 ORQc niZc tions ill 2 dedication Mr. Howard teaching one of his math classes . . . . . .and taking care of senior business. For the image among the teachers and students at Franklin High School . . . For the pride in the quality of his own work . . . For the diligence and patience in working with students . . . For th e deep concern in the future of those students who study under him . . . For the pride in the goals and achieve¬ ments of our school and our students . . . For the help in organizing the spring grad¬ uation program and other senior functions . . . For the esteem in which he is held by the people of the community . . . For all of these and many other reasons, the 1968 LAUREL LEAF is proudly dedicated to UlR. L.C. hoWARO 3 appReciAtion Miss Hemphill working with her students . . . We wish to express our thanks for all the many things this teacher has done for the students of Franklin High School. She has given freely of her time, patience, and supplies to help make successes of the many programs and projects of the individual classes, the band concerts, and many school club functions. Also through her special efforts, the Junior-Senior Prom has achieved the reputation of exhibiting original and creative ideas. Had it not been for her faith and determination in working with her students, many hidden talents might have gone undiscovered. For these and many other reasons the 1968 LAUREL LEAF proudly expresses its deepest appreciation to miss jean hemphiLL . . . and silkscreening program covers for a music festival. 4 Jackie Ray WykLe memoRiam mR. j. p. BRady 5 -• :s " We stand to praise Old Franklin High, To thee we will be true; Our hearts are filled with memories, Our faith to thee renew. 6 Our friends, our teachers, loved ones too, By whom we have been blessed. We give our heart-felt gratitude To the school that we love best. 7 With all friends and teachers too, We salute the RED and WHITE! 8 faculty 9 Administration MR. CHARLES O. FRAZIER, Principal MR. HIERONYMOUS H. BUECK, Superintendent SUPERINTENDENT’S MESSAGE: The Dodo is dead and the Dinosaur too. They could not acclimate; how about you? MRS. CONNIE H. CAMPBELL Secretary to the principal THE PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE TO THE MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS: You have now reached one of the important milestones in your lives. The completion of the secondary school course of study will open a new door to all of you. For some it will lead to further formal education in colleges and universities. For others it will point the way to vocational or technical training. Many will find employ¬ ment in the labor market or will enter military service. For all of you, the ending of your high school years should signify a beginning of new pursuits and a continua¬ tion of mental and moral growth. In high school you have acquired some of the tools that will assist in such a con¬ tinuing growth process. Our wish for you is that you will enter upon adult life with attitudes and abilities that will enable you to be of real service to others and to enjoy personal happiness in your own lives. Jack-of-all-trades. 10 Mrs. Linda Sue Cabe World History, American History Western Carolina University LAUREL LEAF Sponsor social studies Mr. Grady W. Corbin World Geography, American History Western Carolina University Mrs. Katherine L. Perry Civics U. N. C. at Greensboro Mr. Richard Stott Government, American History Western Carolina University music Mr. James F. Harwell Instrumental Music Memphis State College Appalachian State University Mr. Alva H. Duke Chorus Florida Memorial, University of Michigan 11 Miss Jean Phillips English I, IV, Journalism Western Carolina University MOUNTAIN ECHO Sponsor Mr. Douglas Baird English I U. N. C. at Chapel Hill Junior Varsity Football Coach Junior Varsity Basketball Coach enqlish Mr. Charles Ray English II, III, IV Western Carolina University Student Forum Sponsor Mr. Richard McKee English II The Citadel LAUREL LEAF Sponsor Mrs. Kathryn P. Matthews English III U. N. C. at Greensboro 12 Mrs. Melba Simpson English I Western Carolina University enqlish Miss Nell Wiggins English II, French I, II Western Carolina University French Club Sponsor sciences Mr. Glenn Clark Biology, American History Western Carolina University Student Council Sponsor Mr. George R. “Pat” Pattillo Physical Science Western Carolina University Football Coach Boys’ Monogram Club Sponsor Mrs. Myra S. Waldroop Chemistry, Advanced Chemistry U. N. C. at Greensboro Mrs. Genevieve Whitmire Biology, Physical Science U. N. C. at Greensboro Mrs. Mildred R. Martin Biology, Advanced Biology U. N. C. at Greensboro 13 mathematics Mr. Lawrence C. Howard, Jr. Algebra II, Trig. Alg. Ill, Ana. Geom. Alg. Ill, Physics Western Carolina University University of Illinois Mrs. Louise M. Ledford General Math, Algebra I Western Carolina University Mrs. Brenda T. McSwain Algebra 1, II Western Carolina University Mrs. Shirley S. Arrant General Math, Algebra I Mars Hill College Mrs. Lois F. Fulton Geometry U. N. C. at Greensboro foreign Language Mrs. Ann P. Martin Spanish I, II, III U. N. C. at Greensboro Spanish Club Sponsor Business Mrs. Marjorie H. Crawford Shorthand, Typewriting II, Office Practice, Basic Business Western Carolina University National Honor Society Sponsor Mr. Merritt Fouts Bookkeeping, Typewriting I, Business Law Economics Western Carolina University Future Business Leaders of America Sponsor AQRICUltURe Mr. Wayne Proffitt Agriculture Berea College Future Farmers of America Sponsor Mr. Edward D. Shores Agriculture Technical Institutes Mrs. Sue C. Moore Typewriting I, Basic Business Meredith College home economics Miss Maude Bivins Home Economics University of Tennessee Future Homemakers of America Sponsor 15 ARt health p. e. Miss Jean Hemphill Arts and Crafts I, II, Jewelry University of Tennessee I. V. Miss Betty Howard Introduction to Vocations Western Carolina University Junior Varsity and Varsity Cheerleaders Health Careers Club Sponsor Mrs. Elizabeth A. McClure Health Physical Education Physical Education II Mars Hill College Girls’ Basketball Coach Girls’ Monogram Club Sponsor Library Mrs. Rebecca Clark Librarian Western Carolina University Dewey Decimals Sponsor Mr. James T. Raby Health Physical Education Physical Education II Western Carolina University Boys’ Basketball Coach Boys’ Monogram Club Sponsor guidance Miss Frances Winstead Guidance Counselor Limestone College Western Carolina University Health Careers Club Sponsor 16 Mrs. Betty Coin Office, Guidance, and Driver Education Departments dRIVGR education Mr. Frank L. Ramsey, Jr. Driver Education Mars Hill College Western Carolina University Safety Patrol Sponsor -S Mrs. Elizabeth Mason Social Studies, Business Education, and Foreign Lauguage Departments facuLty assistants Mrs. Roger McCutcheon Library Department Mrs. Celia Suit English and Science Departments |} Mrs. Kathleen Proffitt Mathematics, Home Economics, and Art Departments Mrs. Vera Southard Library and Music Departments 17 The latest issue of PLAYBOY. Hey, wait for me! facuLty UnawARe Ummm! It ' s good! 18 Seniops 19 JUDY DARNELL, President JUDY ARNOLD, Vice-President SUSAN LISHER, Treasurer Seniop class OfficeRs SUSIE GIBSON, Secretary 20 BRUCE EARL ALLEY Activities: Football 1: French Club 1: Annual Staff 3. Future Plans: College and Air Force JACKIE ROBERT ANGEL Future Plans: Commercial Art Class of 1968 DALE RANDALL AMMONS Future Plans: Armed Forces CHARLES DANNY ASHE Future Plans: Asheville-Buncombe Technical Institute BRENDA SUE ARMES Activities: FHA 1,2,3,4; FBLA 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. Future Plans: Beautician NINA LEE ANDERSON PHYLLIS JUNE AMMONS Activities: J.V. Cheerleader 1; FHA 2; FTA 4; Spanish Club 4; Decora¬ tion Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Elementary School Teacher JULIA ANNETTE ARNOLD Activities: LAUREL LEAF Staff 3,4; Student Council 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Treas. 2,3; Pres. 4; Dewey Decimals 3,4; Sec. 4; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshall; Rotary Club Honor Banquet 2,3,4; NEDT Certificate; Girls’ State; Track 2,3; Student Congress 2; Rota¬ ry Club Athletic Banquet 1,2,3,4: Class Secretary-Treasurer 1,2; Class Secretary 3; Class Vice-President 4. Future Plans: College Activities: FBLA 3,4; Health Carrers Club 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Secretary 21 DANA SUE BALDWIN Activities: Band 1,2,3,4; LAUREL LEAF Staff 3,4; Health Careers Club 1,2: Student Forum 4; Pres 4; Chorus 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Treas. 4; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal; Rotary Club Honor Ban¬ quet 2,3; NEDT Certificate; All-State Band 1.2: Spanish Honor Society 3; Program Committee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College NANCY JO BENNETT Activities: Health Careers Club 1,2,3, 4; Health Careers Congress 3.4; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Spanish Honor Society 3; Student Council 4; Chorus 1; Band 4; Track 1; Decoration Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Physical Therapy CUSS of 1968 HH ANITA GAIL BALL Activities: Chorus 1,2; Health Ca¬ reers Club 2,3,4; NEDT Certificate; FT A 3: Spanish Club 3. Future Plans: Beautician MARTHA LORETTA BARRETT Activities: Health Careers Club 3,4; Student Council 4; Spanish Club 2,3, 4; Dewey Decimals 3.4; FHA 4; Health Careers Congress 3,4; Library Club Congress 3,4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Nurse RICHIE HARRY BEALE Activities: Spanish Club 3,4; Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College WAYNE JERRY BOWDERS Future Plans: Navy BRENDA GAYLE BRADLEY Future Plans: Beautician MELBA JUNE BRYSON Activities: J.V. Cheerleader 1; Miss FHS Court 1; FHA 2; FBLA 3,4; Reporter 4. Future Plans: Programming 22 CONNIE SHARON BURCH Future Plans: Beautician CUSS Of 1968 THOMAS WILLIAM BYRD Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4- Future Plans: Western Carolina University ANNETTE BELLE CARPENTER Activities: Class Treasurer 3; Basket¬ ball 1,2; J.V. Cheerleader 1; Varsity Cheerleader 3,4; Student Council 3; Spanish Club 3; FHA 4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Rotary Club Athletic Ban¬ quet 1,2,4: Miss F ' HS Court 2,3; Maid of Honor, Homecomming Court 4; Program Committee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College PHILLIP DANIEL CHASTAIN Future Plans: Auto Mechanic JULIA KATHRYN CHILDERS Activities: Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3,4; FT A 2,3; All-State Band 1,2,3; Drum Major 3,4; NEDT Certificate; Student Forum 4; Governor ' s School Nominee 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College EUNICE COCHRAN Future Plans: Secretary HOWARD THOMAS COLLINS, JR. Activities: LAUREL LEAF Staff 3,4; Student Council 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; NEDT Certificate; Dewey Decimals 2; Track 2,3; Spanish Club 3; Sopho¬ more Server; Junior Marshal; Mono¬ gram Club 2,3,4; Morehead Nom¬ inee. Future Plans: College JERRY RANDALL COOK Activities: Safety Patrol 1.2; Football 1,2,4; Football Manager 3. Future Plans: Army 23 TEDDY CALVIN COOK Activities: Student Council 1; Track 2,3.4: Monogram Club 2,3,4: Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Class President 1. Future Plans: Armed Forces CLARK CHRISTOPHER CORWIN Activities: Track 2,3.4; Football 3: Rotary Club Athletic Banquet 2: MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 4; French Club 3,4; Health Careers Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4. Future Plans: Warren Wilson College CLASS of 1968 EDDY JACKSON CORBIN Activities: Football 1,2. Future Plans: Undecided LARRY DEE CORBIN Activities: Football 1,2,3.4, Co-Capt- ain4; Basketball 1.2; Spanish Club 3: Class Vice-President 1. Future Plans: Undecided MARILYN LOUISE CRAWFORD Activities: Student Council 1,2; FTA 1.2,3,4; Student Forum 3,4; All-State Band 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Sec-Treas. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Rotary Club Honor Banquet 1,2,3; Track 1,2; Spanish Honor Society 3; National Honor Society 3,4, Vice-pres. 4; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal; NEDF Certif- cate; LAUREL LEAF Staff 3,4, Co- Editor 4; Program Committee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College JUDY CAROL DARNELL Activities: Track 1,2, Co-Captain 2; Chorus 1; J.V. Cheerleader 1, Cap¬ tain 1; Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4. Captain 4; Rotary Club Athletic Ban¬ quet 2,3; Miss FHS Court 3; Class President 4; FHA 4; Student Council 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4, Sec. 3, Vice-pres. 4; LAUREL LEAF Staff 3, 4; Homceoming Court 4; Program Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College BRENDA JOYCE CORNE Activities: Dewey Decimals 2: FBLA 3: Health Careers Club 3; FHA 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.—Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Undecided DENNIS GARY DAVIS Activities: Decoration Commit¬ tee. Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Truck Driver or Trade School 24 MR VIRGINIA LORRETTA DAVIS Activities: Chorus 2; FTA 2: FHA 2; Track 2: Spanish Club 3; Health Ca¬ reers Club 3,4, Historian 3, Asst. Sec. 4: MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 4; Pro¬ gram Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Airline Stewardess MARGARET JEAN DILLS Activities: FBLA 4; FHA 4. Future Plans: College CUSS Of 1968 EDITH BELLE DEHART Future Plans: Undecided CAROLYN LOUISE DENDY Activities: Arrangement Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Undecided LARRY CLIFFORD DENDY Activities: Arrangement Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College NANCY NELL DILLS JOE GARY DOSTER Activities: NEDT Certificate; FBLA 4. Future Plans: Secretary Future Plans: Trade School DAVID CLARK DUVALL Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College 25 CLASS of 1968 BRENDA GAIL ESTES Activities: FBLA 3,4: Dewey Dec¬ imals 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Beautician SAMMY EUGENE FRADY Future Plans: Armed Forced MARY LOUISE FARMER Future Plans: Work MARY SUSAN FISHER Activities: Track 1; All-State Band 1, 2: National Flonor Society 3,4, Pres. 4; Class Treasurer 4; MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 3,4, Editor 4; Basketball Scorekeeper 2,3: Band 1,2,3,4. Vice- Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Rotary Club Honor Banquet 1,2,3. Future Plans: College BRENDA DELAYNE FRAZIER HARVEY MARSHALL FOUTS Activities: Sodality 1; Pep Club 1; Health Careers Club 3,4: Basketball 3; Spanish Club 3; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Dental Hygienist Activities: Student Council 1,3,4: FFA 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 1,2,3,Pres, 4; Land Judging Team 3: Parlimentary Procedure Team 1,2,3,4; Tool Judg¬ ing Team 1: President Student Body 4. Future Plans: Wildlife Biologist NANCY LEE FISHER Activities: Spanish Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3; Student Forum 3; Program Com¬ mittee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Teaching EDDIE HOWARD FOX Future Plans: Armed Forces 26 DORIS JERDY GUFFIE Activities: Chorus 2. Future Plans: College CLASS Of 1968 JAMES STANTON GILBERT Activities: Spanish Club 4; Decora¬ tion Committee. Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Undecided JIMMY DALE GUFFIE Activities: Band 1,2,3,4; Band Coun¬ cil 4; Spanish Club 3,4: Student Fo¬ rum 3,4; Winner, U.N. Speaking Contest 3; Health Careers Club 3,4. Pres. 4; Student Council 4; Deco¬ ration Committee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College SUSIE VERNICE GIBSON Activities: FTA 2: Chorus 1: FHA 3, 4; NEDT Certificate: Spanish Club 3, 4: Health Careers Club 3,4, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4; Student Forum 3.4; Class Secretary 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.— Sr. Prom Future Plans: Undecided LEONARD THEODORE GREEN Activities: FFA 1,2,3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College KATHY LEE HOGSED Activities: FHA 4; FBLA 4; Decora¬ tion Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College JOEL DEE GUFFEY Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College RALPH HYATT HOLDEN Activities: Decoration Commit¬ tee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Military Service or College 27 CUSS op 1968 JUDY ANN HOLLAND Fulure Plans: Undecided MILDRED ANN HOLLAND LYMAN WAYNE HOLLAND Future Plans: Forestry School Future Plans: Undecided NANCY LOUISE HOLLAND Future Plans: Undecided PATRICIA CAROL HOUSTON Future Plans: Secretary JUNE DARLENE HUNTER Activities: Basketball Manager 1,2; Chorus 1; Health Careers Club 3: FBLA 3; FHA 3,4; Dewey Decimals 4, Pres. 4; Decoration Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Airline Stewardess 28 CHARLES JOSEPH JAMISON Activities: Football 1,2.3.4: Track 3. 4. Band I: NEDT Certificate: More- head Nominee Future Plans: Medicine JERRY LEE JONES Future Plans: Collette Class Of 1968 EVA JANE JAMISON Activities: L AUREL LEAF Staff 3.4 Student Council 2; Dewey Decimals 2.3.4: Spanish Club 3.4: Chorus I; Sophomore Server: Junior Marshal: Rotary Club Elonor Banquet 1.2.3,4: NEDT Certificate: Basketball Man¬ ager 3,4: Track I: Monogram Club 4; Homecoming Court 4: Decoration Committee, Jr Sr. Prom Future Plans: College AMELIA ADALE JENKINS Activities: Student Forum 4. Spanish Club 3.4: Chorus 1. NEDT Certi¬ ficate; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal: Rotary Club Elonor Ban¬ quet 2.3.4; J.V. Cheerleader I: Varsi¬ ty Cheerleader 2.3.4. Co-Captain 4: Monogram Club 3.4, Secretary 4: Homecoming Queen 4. Miss FHS Court 3; Program Committee. Jr - Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College GAIL ANNETTE KELLY TRACY RANDALL KEENER Future Plans: Undecided Activities: Newspaper Staff I Sr High 4 H Club; Chorus 2: Band 3.4: FBLA 3.4. Pres 4. Health Careers Club 4, Dewey Decimals 4 Deco¬ ration Committee. Jr.— Sr. Prom Future Plans: Airline Stewardess WALTER BRUCE JOHNSON Activities: Bund Spanish Club 3: NEDT Certificate Future Plans: College MARGARET ELAINE KIMSEY Future Plans: Work ?9 RONALD LEE KIRKLAND Future Plans: Cost Accountant Class of 1968 CLARA JANE LEDBETTER ALDA FAYE Activities: FHA 4. LEATHERWOOD Future Plans: Business School Activities: FHA 4. Future Plans: Business School AUDREY CHRISTINA LEDFORD Activities: FHA 4; FBLA 4. F ' uture Plans: Secretary WILMA JEAN LEDFORD Activities: FHA 4; FBLA 4. Future Plans: Undecided DENNIS RAY LONG CHARLES ALEXANDER LEDFORD Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Electrician Future Plans: Industrial School JANIE LOU MARVIN Activities: Band 1: Health Careers Club 3,4: Spanish Club 3,4: J.V. Cheerleader 2.3,4: Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College 30 Class of 1968 ROBERT ALLEN MASHBURN Future Plans: Undecided LINDA GAIL McCALL Activities: Student Council 1,4: Miss FHS Court 1: Decoration Commit¬ tee, Jr. Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Art Teacher GENNIFER DALE McCLURE Activities: FHA 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Chorus 2,3,4. Future Plans: College CAROLYN MAE McConnell Activities: FBLA 3,4; Health Careers Club 4. Future Plans: Jackson County Indus¬ trial Center HELEN HARRIET McCOY Activities: FHA 2; Chorus 1. Future Plans: Undecided MARK WILLIAM McDOWELL KENNETH MARVIN McFALLS Activities: National Honor Society 3, 4; Sophomore Server; Junior Mar¬ shal; Rotary Club Honor Banquet 1, 2.3; NEDT Certificate; Morehead Nominee; NMSQT Semi-Finalist. Future Plans: Electrical Engineer Activities: Football 1.2.3. Future Plans: Undecided JANET MARGARET McGUIRE Activities: MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 3,4; FTA 1,2; Student Council 2.3; Student Forum 3; Spanish Club 3; J.V. Cheerleader I; NEDT Certifi¬ cate; Decoration Committee. Jr - Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Biological Research 31 Class of 1968 MARSHALL DENNIS McKinney Activities: Football 3.4: Track 3.4; Decoration Committee. .Ir-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College STEVE HOWARD MILLER Future Plans: Physical Education Instructor ANNA PAULETTE MINCEY Activities: FBLA 4; Student Council. Future Plans: Accounting CHARLES VERLIN NICHOLS Activities: Safety Patrol 1; Student Forum 4; Spanish Club 3.4, Vice- Pres. 4; Program Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College MARY LOUISE ORDWAY Activities: MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 4; FT A 1.2,3; Chorus 2.3.4; U. N. Speaking Contest 3. Future Plans: College MITCHELL STEPHEN OWENBY Activities: Safety Patrol 1; FFA 2.3,4; Basketball 1: Parlimentary Procedure Team 2.3,4; Sentinel 2; Decoration Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Training in Farming RONALD CORDELL OWENS Activities: Football 1.2,3,4; Track 2,3; Monogram Club 2,3,4: Student Council 4; Rotary Club Athletic Ban¬ quet 2,3.4; Program Committee, Jr.- Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Drafting KATHERINE ANN PATTON Activities: FBLA 4. Future Plans: Secretary TV- 32 class of 1968 JAMES EDWARD PERRY, III Activities: Student Council 3; Band 1; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 3,4; Foot¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Spanish Ciub 3,4, Pres. 4; Rotary Club Athletic Banquet 2,3.4; Monogram Club 3,4; Track 1; Pro¬ gram Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College CAROLYN REBECCA PITTS Activities: FHA 2,3,4. Sec. 4; FBLA 3,4: Chorus 1,2. Future Plans: Undecided BRENDA SUE PENLAND Activities: Chorus 2.3; Band 3,4: Spanish Club 3; Health Careers Club 4; Decoration Committee. Jr.- Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Dental Hygienist VICKIE LEE PENLAND Activities: Band 1,2.3,4; FHA 3; Health Careers Club 1.2.3,4. Sec. 3; Spanish Club 3; NEDT Certifica ' te; Arrangement Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College ELIZABETH ANN PEEK Activities: Chorus 2,3; FHA 3,4. Pres. 4. Future Plans: Art or Secretarial School KENNETH TERRY PEEK Future Plans: Barber JOAN ANITA POINDEXTER Activities: FHA 2; Health Careers Club 3; MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 4. Future Plans: Undecided LINDA SUE PRICE Activities: FHA 1.2. Future Plans: Secretary 33 ELLEN JEAN RANDALL Activities: Health Careers Club 3,4. Historian 4; Arrangement Commit¬ tee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Advertising Agent RONALD CARROLL RAY Activities: Basketball Manager 1,2; Football 1,2,3.4: Track 2,3; Mon¬ ogram Club 2.3,4; Rotary Club Ath¬ letic Banquet 2,3,4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Engineer CHARLES MICHAEL REED Future Plans: Civil Engineering Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College JENIFFER REBECCA SANDERS JIMMY LEE ROGERS Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Trade School BRENDA KAYE SANDERS Activities: FBLA 3,4; Chorus 3; FHA 4. Future Plans: Hair Stylist Activities: Basketball 1,2; FTA 1,2,3; Student Council 1,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 2, 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Rotary Club Athletic Banquet 1,2,3; MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 3,4; Student Forum 3,4; Miss FHS Court 2; Miss FHS 3; Track 2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Court 4: Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College Class of 1968 GLENN HUBERT REID PATRICIA KATHRYN RICE Activities: MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 4; Class Vice-Pres. 2, Class President 3; FHA 2.3,4; Health Careers Club 3. 4; Student Forum 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Chorus 1,2; National Honor So¬ ciety 3,4; Sophomore Server; Junior Marshal; Rotary Club Honor Ban¬ quet 1.2,3; NEDT Certificate; Run¬ ner-up, U. N. Speaking Contest; Stu¬ dent Forum 3,4; Spanish Club 3; Chorus 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Sophomore Server; Student Council 2.3; Co-ordinator, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College 34 Class of 1968 LINDA SUE SCROGGS Activities: Decoration Committee. WEAVER CHERRY SCOTT Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Technical School Fufure P | ans: Xrade Schoo , JOEL CLARK SANDERS Activities: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Beautician School WALLACE ANDREW SETSER KENNETH MICHAEL SEAY LEWIS WILLIAM SEAY, JR. Activities: Football 2; Spanish Club 3: Decoration Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College or Technical School Activities: FFA 3: Decoration Com¬ mittee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Trade School Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2, 3,4; Basketball 1; Monogram Club 3, 4; Rotary Club Athletic Banquet 2,3: Spanish Club 3,4: Student Council 2; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College CHARLES DONALD SEAGLE Activities: Basketball 1; Spanish Club 3; Boys’ State; Treack 2; Football Manager 2. Future Plans: Forestry School JAMES DENNIS SHEPARD Activities: Student Council 1,2; Class President 2: Basketball 1; Band 1,2: Football 2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; FBLA 4; Monogram Club 3.4; Rotary Club Athletic Banquet 3: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Forestry Engineering 35 CLASS of 1968 - LEWIS GRADY SMITH Activities: Football 2; Football Man¬ ager 3,4; Rotary Club Athletic Ban¬ quet 3. Future Plans: Navy CAROL ANN SPEED Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4; FHA 3, 4; FBLA 4; Monogram Club 2,3.4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College RAYMOND DOUGLAS SPRINKLE Activities: FBLA 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College JOHN DOUGLAS SHEPHERD Activities: Track 1,2; Safety Patrol 1, 2,3,4; Class Vice-President 3; Health Careers Club 4; Boys ' State; Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Undecided CONLEY FRED SHOPE Activities: Football 1,2,3,4; Mon¬ ogram Club 3,4; Rotary Club Athletic Banquet 2,3; Decoration Committee, Jr.— Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Undecided CATHY JOAN SHULER Activities: Chorus 1; Health Careers Club 3.4; FBLA 2,3,4, Sec-Treas. 4: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Business College CHARLES ALFRED SLAGLE Activities: Student Council 4; NEDT Certificate; Spanish Club 3.4; Boys’ State; Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College NANCY JANE SLOAN Activities: Band 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; NEDT Certificate: Student Forum 3,4; Girls ' State; MOUNTAIN ECHO 3,4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College 36 JIMMY WAYNE STAMEY Future Plans: Undecided cUss BOBBY HOWARD STIWINTER Future Plans: Brick Mason Of 1968 MARGARET ROSE STYLES Activities: FBLA 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Secretary MICHAEL THOMAS SUTTLES Activities: Student Council 1; NEDT Certificate; Band 1,2,3,4; Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College SHARON WELCH SUTTON Activities: Health Careers Club 2,3,4; FHA 3,4. Future Plans: Undecided LINDA GAIL TALLENT Future Plans: Beautician DEBORAH LYNN SUIT Activities: LAUREL LEAF Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 4; Dewey Decimals 3; FHA 4; Spanish Club 3; Chorus 1; Track 2; NEDT Certificate: Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College MARGARET ALICE TALLENT Future Plans: Typist 37 SHIRLEY FAYE TALLENT Future Plans: Undecided CLAYTON DENVER VAUGHN Activities: FFA 1,2.3.4. Future Plans: Carpenter or TV-Radio Repairman. BRYANT McCLURE WALLACE Activities: LAUREL LEAF Staff 3: Spanish Club 3,4: Program Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Beautician JOY ANNETTE THOMPSON Activities: FBLA 3: FHA 4: Decora¬ tion Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College CUSS Of 1968 VICTOR TEEM Activities: Spanish Club 3.4: Football 1,2,3,4, Captain 4; Basketball 1,2; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College DONALD KEITH VINSON Activities: Safety Patrol 1,2; Decora¬ tion Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: Highway Patrol SHIRLEY JEAN TEEM Activities: FBLA 3; NEDT Cer¬ tificate; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plan s: Business College CAROL ANN VINSON Activities: FHA 4: Monogram Club 2,3,4; Health Careers Club 4: Spanish Club 3,4: Basketball 1,2,3.4; Dewey Decimals 3,4. Future Plans: Dental Hygienist 38 WILLIAM MICHAEL WALLACE Activities: Spanish Club 3,4; Program Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom, Future Plans: College and Hair Stylist ELAINE MARGUERITE WHITAKER Activities: Band 1,2,3,4; FBLA 3,4: Hea[th Careers Club 3,4: Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr, Prom. Future Plans: College Class of 1968 DORANN CHERYL WAYNICK Activities: FBLA 3: Health Careers Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Chorus 4; Decora¬ tion Committee, Jr. —Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College JOHN WALTER WILLIAMS Activities: Basketball 1,2,3,4; Base¬ ball 4; Football 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3, 4; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College DIANA LYNN WEST Activities: Band 1,2,3,4, Historian 3; Chorus 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3,4; Dewey Decimals 4; Decoration Com¬ mittee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College GEORGE ASHBY WINSTEAD Activities: Student Council 2,3; Foot¬ ball 2,3; Health Careers Club 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4; Monogram Club 2. 3,4; Program Committee. Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College WANDA JEANETTE WILLIS Activities: LAUREL LEAF Staff 3,4: FT A 2; MOUNTAIN ECHO Staff 4; Student Council 1; National Honor Society 3,4; Sophomore Server; Ju¬ nior Marshal; Rotary Club Honor Banquet 1.2,3; NEDT Certificate; Decoration Committee, Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College JANET REBA WELCH Activities: Health Careers Club 1,2; FHA 3; Dewey Decimals 4: FBLA 4; Decoration Committee Jr.-Sr. Prom. Future Plans: College 39 SenioRS . . . loving . . . cheering . . . studying . . . — I: jFf - » planning . . . eating . . . 40 JumoRS 3unioRS CUss OfficeRs BRUCE ADAMS, President PEGGY HUSCUSSON, Vice-President GLORIA RABY, Secretary ANN PERRY, Treasurer 42 Bruce Adams Parker Adams Sandy Adams Diann Anderson r Jane Anderson Edna Angel Jeanette Anthony Jerry Arnold Linda Arnold R. E. Beck Phil Bennett Barbara Bolick Helen Bolick Teddy Boring Debbie Bowman Sandra Brewington CUSS of 1969 Mack Brogden James Browning Earlene Brooks Tony Bryant Joey Bryson 43 Yvonne Cabe ' Roy Cantwell Gary Carpenter Harold Carpenter Jerry Carpenter Linda Carpenter Patsy Carpenter Rebecca Carson Tava Carter Pam Cassada Donald Cloer Norris Clouse Karen Bryson Bruce Buchanan James Burch Wanda Sue Burston Mary Ruth Byrd j class 44 Roseanna Coates ' - Lawrence Combs v Danny Cook Ronnie Cook Judy Corbin Betty Corpening Virginia Crane Billy Crawford Mark Crawford Vickey Crisp Nancy Crockett Frances Cunningham George Cunningham Jim Cunningham Dora Anne Dalton Rita Davis Of 1969 Ronnie Dills Bessie Ann Dowdle Philip Drake „ George Estes Gerald Faulkner 45 Jewell Garrison Beverly Gibson Wade Gibson Brenda Green Judy Green Tommy Greenwood Charles Gunnin Frank Hawks Mike Healy Shirley Hedden Betty Higdon Jimmy Higdon Bobby Jo Holbrook S Margaret Holbrook -- Linda Holden Brenda Lee Holland Becky Faw Linda Fouts ' Ronnie Franklin v Fred Frazier Richard Gant cUss 46 Loretta Holland Tony Holland Wanda Holland Mike Holt of 1969 Dewey Houston Mitchell Houston Jackie Hunter Donald Hurst Peggy Huscusson Ricky Huscusson Paulette Icenhower Janet Jacobs •„ Nancy Jamison Gladys Jenkins Terry Jenkins Beth Johnson Carol Johnson Wanda Johnson Rachel Jones Phyllis Justice Carolyn Kell 47 mam Danny Ledford Frankie Ledford Tommy Ledford Donnie Lequire Gary Mason Gene Mason Judy Mason Dale McCall Karen McCall Charles McClure Billy McConnell Charles McConnell Marilyn Kell Glenda Langston Charles Leatherman Kathy Ledbetter Clinton Ledford Carolyn Maney Ruth Mashburn Bobby Mason Clyde Mason 48 CUss Clara McConnell Rita McConnell Steve McDowell Wanda McDowell Twyman McKinney Mike McSween Carl Mincey Janet Mirek Connie Moffitt Gary Morgan Linda Morgan Terry Morgan Connie Moses Ronnie Munger Jerry Norris Anita Norton Pat O ' Brien James Ordway Pat Owens Kenneth Pannell David Parker of: 1969 49 Wade Shope Bill Slagle Becky Smith Beth Smith Helen Sorrells Carolyn Snyder Becky Stamey Brenda Stanfield Steve Piemens Ann Perry Jane Perry Carolyn Poindexter Freddy Raby Gloria Raby , Carolyn Rice Linda Roten Steve Rowland Rita Sanders 50 Class Diane Stanfield Susie Stinson Barbara Sutton Margaret Tallent Wanda Faye Tallent Wanda Sue Tallent Ann Turpin Jerry Vanhook of 1969 Jesse Walker Jerry Wallace Brad Warstler Joan Weaver Steve Whitmire Donald Waldroop Elizabeth Waldroop Rebecca Waldroop Terry Waldroop Terry Wilkes Jewell Willis Jerry Wilson Rex Woods Janice Woody 51 52 Sophomopes KEITH CORBIN President DANA BRYSON Vice-President TERRY BELL Secretary-T reasurer SophomoRe CUss OfficeRs 54 Class of 1970 Jerry Anderson Carlene Angel Mike Angel Marjorie Anthony Talitha Baldwin Danny Barnes Norman Basden Barry Bateman Debbie Bateman Terri Bateman Jessie Beasley Terry Bell Tommy Bennett Rick Black Stevie Bowman Mary Ruth Brabson Conda Bradley Nancy Bryant Dana Bryson Yvonne Bryson Donald Burch Wendell Burston A1 Cabe Linda Cabe Patsy Cabe Bob Cansler Linda Carnes 55 CUSS David Carpenter Wanda Carpenter Shirley Castle Wanda Chastain Wanda Cheek Marie Clouse Peggy Cochran Danny Collins Linda Sue Conhiser Betsy Conley Harry Conley Keith Corbin Claudette Crunkleton Mack Dalrymple Ricky Daves Butch Deal Dale Dendy Gale Dendy Jimmy Dills Paul Dills Randy Dills Brenda Dowdlec Elizabeth Edington Gary Elders Irene Elliot Anita Elliot 56 Of 1970 Dawn Ellis Glenn Estes Sue Farmer Jimmy Fouts Sherill Fouts Randy Frady Allen Frazier Jimmy Garner Nancy Garrison Peggy Gibson Woody Gibson Barbara Gillispie Florence Green Jeanette Green Tommy Green Dan Gregg Lonnie Gribble Anita Griggs Bobby Guest Dennis Hall Ivan Hall Sandra Hall Mac Harrison David Hedden Lannie Hedden Marshall Hedden 57 Class Brenda Hensley Linda Henson Lynn Henson Lawanna Higdon Hyatt Hodgdon Danny Hodgin Jerry Hodgin Dale Holland Floyce Holland Gary Holland Jerry Holland Wanda Holland Walter Hunter Danny Johnson Joe Johnson Wayne Jones Wanda Keener Sandra Kinsland Michael Kinsland Judy Langston David Ledbetter Sandra Ledford Steve Ledford Bruce Ix ng Yvonne Lyons Peggy Martin 58 Of 1970 Bill Mashbum 1 Ellen Mashbum James Mashbum Joe Mashbum Marvin Mashbum Melvin Mashbum Sue Mashbum -■ Bruce Mason Mickey Mason Elaine McCall John McClure Maxie McClure Donald McConnell Freddie McConnell Shirley McConnell Dale McCoy Gary McDonald Gene McDonald Bruce McGaha Carol McGuire Mark McGuire Jimmy Medlin Debbie Mincey Barbara Monaghan Peggy Murphy Mark Nobblitt 59 CLASS Myra Norton Charlotte Ordway Richard Otto Frank Pangle Mike Pangle Randy Panned Jimmy Parker Neal Parker Bobby Parrish Doris Peek Bobby Peek Ray Pendergrass Pat Penland Carolyn Perry Richard Phillips Judy Pickins Patricia Pitts IJnda Plowman Ronnie Poindexter Gail Proffitt David Pruett Sherry Queen Joyce Ramey Michael Ramey Alton Ray Debbie Ray 60 Of 1970 Johnny Rice Glenda Rodgers Jimmy Rodgers Reatha Rodgers Marvadean Rowland Ricky Ruppenthal Rita Salain Donna Sanders Joe Sanders Ned Sanders Eddie Seagle Mary Seay Mike Schlott Cathy Scroggs Steve Shepherd Robert Shook Oberah Shope Jimmy Shuler Joyce Shuler Vickie Shuler Timoxena Sloan Billy Smith Deborah Soper Wanda Stamey Linda Stanley Carol Stewart 61 CLASS of 1970 Pat Stewart Steve Stewart Sally Stiles Alan Sutton Joyce Tallent Rhonda Tallent Sammy Talley Pam Teague Dellyn Vaughn Vivian Vinson Wayne Vinson Clifford Waldroop Doyle Waldroop Cynthia Weaver Linda Welch Debbie Wells Nadine West Edna Williams- Gail Williamson John Willis Mike Willis Kenneth Wilson Mildred Wood Alieen Wooten Bruce Young Richard Young 62 pReshmen TOMMY CORBIN President JO ANN MANEY Vice-President BECKY BORING Secretary-Treasurer fpeshman CUss Officers 64 Linda Anderson Doug Angel Lucille Angel Jackie Baird Evert Bali Scott Blanchard Mary Lou Bolick- Becky Boring James Bowers Mike Bradley Steve Brady Linda Brendle Chris Brown Cathy Browning trts- Barney Bryant David Bryson Calvin Buchanan Tommy Burch Odella Burgess Clifton Cabe CUSS Of 1971 1 David Cabe Kyle Cabe Peggy Cabe Reba Cabe Sherry Cabe Doug Carpenter Linda Carpenter Rickie Cassada Victor Chastain Dwight Childers Carol Clark Josephine Cloer Bruce Cochran Cindy Cochran Tommy Cochran Kerry Cole Phoebe Collier Lucian Combs Lynne Conley David Cook 65 Karen Cook Marjorie Cook Pamela Cook Tommy Corbin Debbie Cordie Mike Cotton Brent Crawford m ' w- I TTZ? a Sandra Crawford Wanda Crisp Patsy Crowe Kenneth Cunningham Diane Cunningham David Curtis Chris Daniel Louetta Davis Virgil Dehart Gary Dills Gene Donaldson Carolyn Dowdle Ronnie Dowdle CUSS Of 1971 oTommy Drake Sharon Dryman Cora Elliot Joyce Elliot Margaret Elliot Jackie Ellis ■ CLester Evans Martha Farmer ‘Steve Fouts Wanda Fox Reba Frazier David Gant ‘Donnie Gibson Kathy Gibson Mark Gibson Johnny Green Roy Green Troy Green Glenda Gregory Jean Gregory 66 Phyllis Gregory Diane Guffey Jimmy Gunnin Nancy Hall Dale Hastings Ann Hedden Ina Hedden R.C. Hedden Ruth Henry Judy Hodgin Shirley Hodgins Sue Hodgins Diane Holbrook Jerry Holbrook Jim Holbrook Linda Holbrook Carolyn Holland Delena Holland Gary Holland Ina May Holland Class of 1971 Kathy Holland Marilyn Holland Marsha Holland Mike Holland Randy Holland Walter Holland Jay Hooper Melaine Hooper Peggy Hooper Charles Houston Doug Hubbs Marie Huscusson Larry Jacobs L- Nancy Jacobs David Jamison Loring Jamison Betsy Jenkins Mary Jane Jenkins Pauline Jenkins Elizabeth Jones 67 Ina Sue Jones w Mike Kahn Susan Keener Jerry Keil -Zan Key Bobby Kuppers Kathy Lakey ( Ik Keith Lakey Eddie Leatherwood Wilma Ledbetter Lawerence Ledford Devonda Long Kathy Long Jo Anne Maney Margie Martin Martha Mashburn Betty Jo Mason Gwenda Sue Mason Roberta Mason Karen McCall Class of 1971 David McClure Evelyn McClure Linda McClure Melissa McClure Brenda McConnell Larry McConnell Linda McConnell Margaret McConnell Rhonda McCoy Debby McDowell Pat McSween Connie Miller Cathy Moffitt Loring Montgomery Billy More Charlene Moses Rickey Mullins John Murray, Jr. Sterling Pangle Donna Pannell 68 Charles Parrish Eugenia Parker Patsy Parker Charles Pearson , Beth Perry Tommy Nicholson Gloria Norris Billy Norton David Norton Cathy Powell Bill Queen Judy Queen Randy Raby Debbie Ramey Paul Ramey Becky Ramsey Brenda Ramsey Hank Ramsey Bruce Ray Newton Ray Class of 1971 Peggy Ray Kathy Revis Louis Riviera Don Roper Betsy Saunders Joe Schlott Frances Scott Susie Scruggs Synethia Scruggs Gary Setser Lois Setser Nancy Sheffield Bobby Shelton Dale Shepherd Georgia Shepherd Janice Shepherd Virginia Shepherd Marjorie Shope- Mary Ann Sloan Inez Smith Lucy Smith Charles Southard Brenda Sprinkle .Sonja Stamey Randy Stanfield Ivey Starr r- ' c j i$i a Willard Stiwinter Billy Sutton Doug Sutton Gary Sutton Greg Tallent Jerry Tallent June Tallent Philip Tallent Barbara Talley Skip Taylor Leonard Teague Raymond Teague CUSS Of 1971 Betty Jo Tyler Dennis Vanhook Verna Vinson Betty Waldroop Johnny Waldroop Kathy Ward Lucy Webb Mark West James Wiggins Alton Williamson Randall Williamson Patsy Williamson Pauline Williamson Claude Wilkinson Joyce Wilson Evelyn Womack Bruce Wooten Sue Ellen Wright Jackie Wykle 70 SUE HEDDEN JENKINS Senior BETTY ANN LEDFORD Senior JERRY BRABSON Sophomore JAMES HEDDEN Sophomore Special education 71 72 PeAtuRes 73 In addition to being a lovely queen, Amelia is also an accomplished pianist and loves to play music composed by George Gershwin. " ’T ' frwwrrii She also spends much of her time with Larry, both in and out of school. Amelia shows a great love for animals, having both dogs and horses of her own. MISS ANNETTE BELLE CARPENTER MAID-OF-HONOR SENIOR Annette plays a big role in the school cheerleading team. Here is our lovely Maid-of-Honor giving one of her bright smiles. 75 fhs homecoming Left to right: Miss Stamey, Miss Darnell, Miss Roten, Miss Perry, Miss Jenkins, Miss Carpenter, Miss Sanders, Miss Jamison, and Miss Salain. MISS JUDY CAROL DARNELL SENIOR MISS EVA JANE JAMISON SENIOR 76 MISS JENIFFER REBECCA SANDERS SENIOR MISS DEBORAH ANN BOWMAN JUNIOR MISS DEBORAH ANN PERRY JUNIOR 77 MISS REBECCA ANN STAMEY JUNIOR MISS LINDA CAROL ROTEN JUNIOR MISS RITA CECELIA SALAIN SOPHOMORE 78 miss Laurel leaf One of Judy’s outstanding school activities is captain of the cheerleading team. Each year the LAUREL LEAF staff se¬ lects a girl who they feel best exemplifies their ideal student. This year’s choice is MISS JUDY DARNELL; she was selected because of her wholesome at titude, vivacious person¬ ality, and outstanding contributions to her school. Besides being a good student, Judy radiates a warm personality Many happy hours are spent together with Ronnie, both at school and elsewhere, and friendship. 79 miss pRanklm high SchooL MISS REBECCA ANMjBTAMEY JUNIOR Becky, as secretary of the Student Council, must be able to communicate Cheering at a ballgame or merely greet- with many kinds of people. ing friends in the hall, Becky always does it with a beautiful smile. Becky is an interested student and her accomplishments are rewarding. MISS JUDY CAROL DARNELL MAID-OF-HONOR SENIOR Judy and her escort, Ronnie Owens, are often seen together in the halls at F.H.S. Serving on the LAUREL LEAF staff, the Student Coun¬ cil, the Girls’ Monogram Club, and as Senior Class President, Judy is one of the most active girls around. 81 MISS MELBA JUNE BRYSON SENIOR MISS JANIE LOU MARVIN SENIOR miss f.h.s. MISS DEBORAH ANN BOWMAN JUNIOR 82 MISS MARGARET ANN HOLBROOK JUNIOR CouRt 1968 MISS DANA DEAN BRYSON SOPHOMORE MISS BARBARA ANN GILLESPIE SOPHOMORE 83 MISS DEBORAH CHARLENE MINCEY SOPHOMORE MISS RITA ANN SALAIN SOPHOMORE MISS RUTH AILEEN WOOTEN SOPHOMORE 84 honoRS MARILYN CRAWFORD LAUREL LEAF, Editor National Honor Society, Vice-President JUDY DARNELL President, Senior Class Cheerleaders, Captain JUDY ARNOLD Girls’ State Basketball, Co-Captain Outstaying SUSAN FISHER MOUTAIN ECHO, Editor National Honor Society, President Seniops HARVEY FOUTS Future Farmers of America, President Student Body President PAT RICE Marie Shank Scholarship Nominee MOUTAIN ECHO Staff 86 SenioR honoR Students Because of their high scholastic averages maintained through¬ out their high school years, these seventeen students have been named honor students. Judy Arnold Dana Baldwin Loretta Barrett Nancy Bennett Kathy Childers Tommy Collins Marilyn Crawford Susan Fisher Susie Gibson Charles Jamison Eva Jamison Amelia Jenkins Joan Poindexter Pat Rice Ray Sprinkle Shirley Teem Marvin McFalls Karen Bryson Lawrence Combs Judy Corbin Nancy Crockett George Cunningham Philip Drake Peggy Huscusson Connie Moses Jane Perry Brad Warstler JumoR honop Students These top ten Juniors, who have maintained high scholastic averages, will participate in the commencement exercises. SophomoRe honoR Students From the sophomore class, ten students have been named honor students because of their high scholastic averages. Pat Penland Richard Phillips Jimmy Rogers Eddie Seagle Pam Teague 88 ffA paRliamentaRy PRoeeeCiuRe team The FFA Parliamentary Procedure Team won district honors. Members included are left to right: Mike Suttles, Mitchell Owenby, Harvey Fouts, Tom Byrd, Mac Brogden, and Bob Cansler. Reynolds nominee Marilyn Crawford was a Finalist for the Kathryn Reynolds Scholarship. Shank nominee Pat Rice was Macon County’s nominee for the Marie Shank Scholarship. new Students Win honors national honoR Society memBeRS First row (left to right): Jane Perry, Nancy Crockett, Gail Proffitt, Susie Gibson, Eva Jamison. Joan Poindexter, Shirley Teem, Sue Mashburn. S econd row: Brenda Dowdle, Ann Perry, Loretta Bar¬ rett, Nancy Bennett, Judy Corbin, Peggy Huscusson, Connie Moses, Joe Johnson, Eddie Seagle, Joe Sanders. Third row: Karen Bryson, Carol McGuire, Pat Penland, Wanda Keener. Pam Teague, Sandra Hall. Fourth row: Charles Jamison, Chuck Frazier, Brad Warstler, Philip Drake, Jim Cun¬ ningham, George Cunningham, Tommy Collins, Phil Bennett, Lawrence Combs. Richard Gant, Jimmy Rogers, Richard Phillips. moRehead nominee Tommy Collins was Macon County ' s representative for the Morehead Award. national meRit finalist Marvin McFalls is announced as a National Merit Finalist. 89 QirLs’ StAte Boys’ StAte Nancy Jane Sloan and Judy Arnold were Franklin’s delegates to the 1967 Girls’ State at the UNC-G campus. Donnie Seagle, John Shepherd, and A1 Slagle were Franklin’s delegates to the 1967 Boys ' State at Wake Forest University. un SpeAkinq Contest Band Awards Jimmy Guffie was the winner in the 1967 United Nations Speaking Contest; Pat Rice was the runner-up. The FHS Band wins a trophy at Bristol and is also awarded a plaque at Marion. BASketBAlL Awards OutstAnPinq teenAQeR Harvey Fouts was awarded the annual Jaycee Teenager of the Year award. Randy Panned placed on Boys ' All Tournament Basketball Team while Carol Speed and Carol Vinson placed on Girls’ All Conference and All Tournament Teams. 90 MOST TALENTED Linda McCall and Danny Ashe SenioR SupeRUtives BEST CITIZENS Loretta Barrett and Tommy Byrd MOST INFLUENTIAL Dana Baldwin and Larry Corbin BEST SPORT Janie Marvin and Johnny Williams 91 SemoR MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Marilyn Crawford and Marvin McFalls BEST ALL AROUND Judy Darnell and Harvey Fouts CLASS WITS Gail Kelly and Richie Beale 92 i . fcfc t kkiU AVV1.1 rrr i BEST PERSONALITY Judy Arnold and Mitchell Owenby SupeRlatives ■Hpl MOST DEPENDABLE Susan Fisher and Charles Jamison PRETTIEST AND MOST HANDSOME Annette Carpenter and Jim Perry 93 ‘■ WM ‘ •4 i rt 4 53 £? pttSJSjfc irAri ¥ W» mu MOST STUDIOUS Susie Gibson and Charles Nichols NEATEST Brenda Estes and Marshall McKinney MOST POPULAR Amelia Jenkins and Gary Catway MOST ATHLETIC Carol Vinson and Vic Teem 94 SpORtS 95 Wallace Setser Ronnie Owens Charles Jamison Ronnie Ray Jim Perry Conley Shope Tom Collins Jim Shepard Larry Corbin Vic Teem Teddy Cook Marshall McKinney Jerry Cook 96 footBaLL 1967 ,7TDI i ■ i Tackles: Conley Shope Charles McClure Tom Collins Ends: Charles Leatherman Scott Blanchard Tackles: Jerry Cook Backs: Joe Schlott Quarterbacks: Keith Corbin Backs: Marshall McKinney Charles Jamison Bruce Adams Joe Sanders 97 Vic Teem Guards: Backs: Ronnie Owens Larry Corbin Teddy Cook Centers: Tony Holland Wallace Setser Ends: Randy Pannell Billy Norton Backs: Jim Shepard Jim Perry 98 Guards: Jimmy Gamer Dan Gregg ro» Twyman McKinney Ends: Wendell Burston Harry Conley Tackles: Chris Daniels Tackles: Bruce Long Ronnie Ray Vic Teem Tri-Captains: Teddy Cook Larry Corbin The Fighting Panthers began the 1967 football season as a small but experienced team, having thirteen seniors and a few juniors and sophomores returning from the previous year’s squad. The Panthers met Georgia Indus¬ trial and were defeated 6—0 in a game hampered by a steady rain. The second night of the season, the Panthers journeyed to play the Wildcats of Clayton, and again they ended up on the wrong end of the 29—0 score. In their next outing the Franklin eleven played gallantly but were outclassed by the highly rated Andrews team 20—0. In their fourth game the injury ridden Panthers lost to arch¬ rival Sylva-Webster 25—0. The Fighting Panthers scored their first touchdown against Hayesville, but again they were edged 13 — 6. The hard-luck eleven lost their sixth game of the season to the Murphy Bulldogs 40 — 0. The Panthers, weakened by numerous injuries to key players, traveled to Robbinsville for their next game and were blanked 39—0. The next week the fired-up Panthers were nicked by the Swain High Maroon Devils 3—0. In the ninth game of the season the Fighting Panthers were out¬ classed by the powerful Tuscola Mountaineers 39—7. The Fighting Panthers ended the season on a bright note by trouncing Cherokee on Homecoming night 20—6. 99 The coaches of the varisty football squad (left to right): Coach Rogers, Coach Raby, and Coach Patillo. The managers of the varsity football squad (left to right): Allan Frazier and Lewis Smith. 1967 VARSity footBAll te m First row (left to right): Wendell Burston, Bruce Adams, Charles Jamison, Joe Sanders, Joe Schlott, Jim Perry, Jim Shepard, Dan Gregg, and Jimmy Garner. Second row: Twyman McKinney, Randy Panned, Ronnie Owens, Vic Teem, Larry Corbin, Wallace Setser, Bruce Long, Chris Dan¬ iel, Teddy Cook, and Marshall McKinney. Third row: Coach Patillo, Coach Rogers, Scott Blanchard, Conley Shope, Tony Holland, Charles Leatherman, Tom Collins, Ronnie Ray, Charles McClure, Billy Norton, Keith Corbin, Harry Conley, Jerry Cook, and Coach Raby. 100 VARsity CheeRleadeRS Judy Darnell, Captain Becky Stamey Carol McGuire Ann Perry 101 The beginnings of a pile-up. Talking it over. Preparing for a game. We won it, anyway. A head-on collision. An avid fan at the post-season dinner. 102 J.V. foOtBAll First row (left to right): Gerald Holland, Johnny McClure, Cliff Cabe, ser, Mickey Mason. Third row: Dickie Otto, Butch Wilkinson, Doug Ray Pendergrass, Bobby Kuppers, Bruce Ray. Second row: Johnny Wil- Hubbs, Rickie Daves, Sammy Talley, lis, Donald McConnell, John Murray, Ivan Hall, Bill Queen, Gary Set- J.V. CheeRleaOeRs First row (left to right): Beth Perry, Nancy Jacobs. Second row: Charlotte Yvonne Bryson. Patsy Crowe, Janet Mirek. Ordway. Kathy Ward, Loretta Holland. Third row: Wanda Chastain, 103 Johnny Williams, Captain Guard Charles McClure, Captain Center Keith Corbin Forward Jim Fouts Guard The Franklin Panthers, under the leadership of Coach Tom Raby, entered the 1967-68 basketball sea¬ son with only two seniors on the squad. With two juniors and three sophomores on the starting five, the Panthers were a small and relatively inexperenced team. However by showing a lot of hustle and desire, the boys now hold an even overall record. As the LAUREL LEAF goes to press, the Fighting Panthers have won their last four games and are in third place in the conference standings. Randy Pannell Guard Clinton Ledford Forward Mr. Tom Raby Coach I Boy’s BAsketBAll 104 Mike MeSween Center Allan Frazier and Jimmy Garner Managers “Boys, here’s the plan . . . ” ttei,. 105 First row (left to right): Randy Pannell, Clinton Ledford, Johnny Wil- Charles McClure, Mike McSween, Richard Phillips, Richard Gant, Steve liams, Johnny McClure, Jimmy Fouts. Second row: Keith Corbin, Ensley. v Rsity BasketBAll 1967-68 BASKETBALL SCORES Franklin 91. .Nantahala 22 Franklin 49. .Pisgah 83 Franklin 52. . . Sylva-Webster 57 Franklin 51. .Cullowhee 56 Franklin 71. .Murphy 55 Franklin 48. .Cherokee 78 Franklin 54. .Pisgah 76 Franklin 46. .Cullowhee 70 Franklin 63. .Swain 52 Franklin 75. .Andrews 70 Franklin 72. .Hayesville 59 Franklin 59. . . . . Robbinsville 68 Franklin 60. , . . Sylva-Webster 61 Franklin 61. .Cherokee 87 Franklin 71. .Murphy 61 Franklin 71. .Swain 41 Franklin 77. .Andrews 60 Franklin 58. .Hayesville 52 ““-Conference Games •HELP " 106 Let ' s go, Panthers!! Will she or won ' t she?? When in a close situation . . . J.V. BASketBAlL First row (left to right): David Bryson, Denny Vanhook, Tommy Corbin, Virgil Dehart, David Gant, David Jamison. Second row: Jimmy Dills, Billy Norton, David Cabe. Barry Bateman, Ronnie Dowdle. Wayne Jones. 107 Carol Speed, Captain Forward Judy Arnold, Captain Forward Carol Vinson, Captain Forward Peggy Huscusson Forward m mm QirLs BAsketBAll The Franklin High Pantherettes began the 1967-68 basketball season under the leader¬ ship of a new coach, Mrs. Elizabeth McClure. With all six starters having gained valuable experience last year, the girls entered the basketball race with a well-balanced, ex¬ perienced team. By showing a lot of team¬ work and hustle the girls hold an 9-3 record as the annual goes to press. The Pantherettes are in second place in the conference stand¬ ings by virtue of two defeats at the hands of the powerful Swain High girls. Mrs. Elizabeth McClure Coach Aileen Wooten Forward I Debbie Mincey Forward Pat Pitts Forward Brenda Dowdle Forward Doris Peek Forward Connie Moses Guard Dorann Dalton Guard Debbie McDowell Guard Susie Scruggs Forward Sonja Stamey Forward Verna Vinson Forward Betsy Jenkins Guard 109 Varsity BasketBAll First row (left to right): Wanda Stamey, Verna Vinson, Pat Pitts, Debbie Mincey, Brenda Dowdle, Doris Peek, Betsy Jenkins, Judy Arnold, Jane Perry. Second row: Roseanna Coates, Aileen Wooten, Peggy Fluscusson, Carol Vinson, Dorann Dalton, Carol Speed, Rachal Jones, Connie Moses, Sonja Stamey, Susie Scruggs, Debbie McDowell. 1967-68 BASKETBALL SCORES Franklin 56. .Nantahala Franklin 38. .Pisgah Franklin 61. .Murphy Franklin 53. . Cherokee Franklin 41. .Pisgah Franklin 20. .Swain Franklin 48. .Hayesville Franklin 38. .Robbinsville Franklin 36. .Cherokee Franklin 44. .Murphy Franklin 29. -Conference Games 62 33 28 31 33 39 34 36 25 34 35 Nancy Crockett, Eva Jamison, Betty Waldroop, Managers. 110 orqad izAtions Harvey Fouts President Student Joe Sanders Vice-President Council Mr. Glenn Clark Becky Stamey Secretary-Treasurer m l Vm j % 1 Trrar 1 1 fur " " r InTl ' i FRESHMAN CLASS REPRESENTATIVES (Left to right): Diane Holbrook, Betty Waldroop, Tommy Corbin, David Curtis, Billy Norton, Brenda Ramsey, Nancy Jacobs. SOPHOMORE CLASS REPRESENTATIVES (Left to right): Keith Corbin, Brenda Dowdle, Terry Bell, Aileen Wooten, Rich¬ ard Phillips, Barbara Gillespie, Jimmy Rogers, Joe Johnson. Left to right: Brad Warstler and Dana Baldwin, Organizations Editor. 114 Judy Darnell Senior Class Editor Wanda Willis Senior Class Editor Left to right: Eva Jamison, Features Editor; Tom Collins, Sports Edi¬ tor; Judy Arnold, Honors Editor. Left to right: Judy Corbin, Junior Class Editor; Carolyn Rice, Fresh¬ man Class Editor; Linda Roten, Sophomore Class Editor. Left to right: Brad Warstlerand Dava Baldwin, Organizations Editor. 115 Left to right: Susan Fisher, Editor; Ordway, Assistant Editor. mountain echo Staff Art Editors (left to right): Pat Rice, Jim Guffie. Working hard io meet a deadline. 116 Joe Sanders Photographer Steve Brady Photographer Debbie Bowman Correspondence Editor " Nancy, this is the way you do it. " Typists (left to right): Nancy Jane Sloan, Debbie Bowman, Joan Poindexter. Circulation Managers (left to right): Loretta Davis, Joan Poindexter. Writers (left to right): Loretta Davis, Jinger Sanders, Janet Mc¬ Guire. a ••• •- y . Left to right: Clark Corwin, Sports Editor; Jane Perry, Sports Writer; Danny Collins, Sports Writer. 117 First row (left to right): Eva Jamison, Judy Darnell, Annette Carpenter, Peggy Huscusson. Third row: Nancy Crockett, Debbie Mincey, Aileen Carol Vinson, Judy Arnold, Carol Speed, Susan Fisher. Second row: Wooten, Wanda Stamey, Patricia Pitts, Brenda Dowdle, Dons Peek. Jane Perry, Ann Perry, Becky Stamey, Connie Moses, Roseanna Coates, QirIs’ monoQRAm CLub " ■ ■ ■ vJV- • ' The ‘67-68 Homecoming Dance was sponsored by the Girls ' Monogram Club. Hustle, Team, HUSTLE!! Left to right: Judy Arnold, President; Judy Darnell, Vice President; Ann¬ ette Carpenter, Secretary-Treasurer. 118 First row (left to right): Mike McSween, Billy Norton, Jim Fouts, Wen¬ dell Burston, Charles Jamison, Conley Shope, Teddy Cook, Joe Sanders. Second row: Steve Whitmire, Ronnie Owens, Charles Leatherman, Vic Teem, Larry Corbin, Jim Shepard, Johnny Williams, Charles McClure. Third row: Bruce Adams, Jimmy Garner, Keith Corbin, Jim Perry, Wal¬ lace Setser, Jerry Cook, Lewis Smith, Ronnie Ray. Fourth row: Randy Pannell, Richard Phillips, Clinton Ledford, Johnny McClure, Bruce Young, Joe Schlott, Abby Winstead, Billy McConnell, Bruce Long. Boys’ rnonoqpam CLub " Nice block. Clinton. " Left to right: Teddy Cook. President; Jim Perry, Secretary-Treasurer; Johnny Williams, Vice-Pres¬ ident; Larry Corbin, Sergant-at-arms. All the way. Big Reds, all the way!! 119 First row (left to right): Kathy Childers, Marilyn Crawford, Dana Bald¬ win, Linda Fouls, Edna Williams, Phil Bennett. Cathy Powell, Ivy Starr, Elaine Whitaker, Gloria Raby, Nancy Jane Sloan. Second row: Randy Frady. Pat Penland. Betsy Saunders, Dawn Ellis, Rebecca Waldroop. Mike Kahn, Yvonne Cabe, Bill Sutton, Diana West, Janet Jacobs, Zan Key. Charles Pearson. Steve Fouts, Nadine West, David Carpenter, Sonja Stanley, Nancy Jacobs. Donna Sanders, Brenda Dowdle. Third row: Sue Mashburn. Beverly Gibson, Beth Perry, Margaret Holbrook. Sherry Cabe. Sue Ellen Wright, Lois Setser, Mary Biolick, Evelyn Womack, Susan Fisher, Roseanna Coates, Mike Suttles, Vickie Penland, Jim Guffie, David Jamison, Betsy Jenkins, Cathy Browning, Joey Bryson, Lester Evans, Lucian Combs, Bruce Johnson, Philip Drake. Mark Mc¬ Guire, Marjorie Shope. Devonda Ding, Donnie Gibvin. Fourth row: Bobbie Jo Holbrook. Ronnie Franklin. Don Hurst, Bill Mashburn, Carolyn Rice, Dnda Roten, Mr. Harwell. Director; Melaine Hooper, Dale McCall, Bobby Kuppers. Jim Mashburn, Lawrence Combs, Mike Schlott. Mary Ruth Byrd, Tom Drake. Mickey Mason. Betty Waldroop. fRAnkLin high School First row (left to right): Kathy Childers, Drum Major; Janet Jacobs. As¬ sistant Drum Major. Second row : David Jamison.Concert Band Repre¬ sentative; Marilyn Crawford. Vice-President; Mr. Harwell, Director: Tommy Drake. Freshman Representative; Diana West, Historian. Third row: Susan Fisher. President; Roseanna Coates, Secretary-Treasurer; Jim Guffie, Senior Representative; Philip Drake. Junior Representative: Pat Penland. Sophomore Representative. 120 FLUTE SECTION: First row (left to right): Elaine Whitaker, Gloria Raby, Nancy Jane Sloan. Second row: Sonja Stame y, Nancy Jacobs, Donna Sanders, Brenda Dowdle. Third row: Marjorie Shope, Devonda Long, Donny Gibson. CLARINET SECTION: First row (left to right): Kathy Childers, Marilyn Crawford. Dana Baldwin, Linda Fouls, Edna Williams. Second row: Randy Frady, Pat Penland, Betsy Saunders, Dawn Ellis Third row: Sue Mashburn, Beverly Gibson, Beth Perry, Margaret Holbrook. Sherry Cabe. Fourth row: Sue Ellen Wright, Evelyn Womack, Lois Setser, Mary Bolick. LOW WOODWIND SECTION: Left to right: Mike Kahn, Bil Sut¬ ton, Mary Ruth Byrd, Yvonne Cabe, Rebecca Waldroop. 121 PERCUSSION SECTION: Left to right: Linda Roten. Melaine Hooper. Bobbie Jo Holbrook, Dale McCall. Ronnie Franklin. Bill Mashburn, Don Husrt, Carolyn Rice. COLOR GUARDS: Left to right: Gail Kelly, Brenda Penland, Nancy Bennett, Rita Davis. CORNET SECTION: First row (left to right): Mike Suttles. Roseannu Coates, Susan Fisher. Second row: Jim Guffie, Vickie Penland, David Jamison. Third row: Betsy Jenkins, Cathy Browning, Joey Bryson. Fourth row: Lester Evans, Lucian Combs. SAXOPHONE SECTION: (left to right): Bruce Johnson, Janet Jacobs, Diana West, Mike Schlott, Zan Key. Clinic Band First row (left to right): Marilyn Crawford, Gloria Raby, Linda Fouts, Diana West, Kathy Childers. Second row: Lawrence Combs, Philip Drake, Randy Frady, Edna Williams, Mary Ruth Byrd. FRENCH HORN SECTION: Left to right: Charles Pear¬ son, Steve Fouts, Nadine West, David Carpenter. LOW BRASS SECTION: First row (left to right): Tom Drake, Mickey Mason, Betty Waldroop. Second row: Bobby Kuppers, Mark McGuire, Philip Drake, Lawrence Combs. Third row: Jimmy Mashburn. WORkshop Band Left to right: Tom Drake, Betty Waldroop, David Carpenter, Dawn Ellis, Jim Mashburn. 122 First row (left to right): Donny Gibson, Billy Norton, Peggy Martin, Vir¬ ginia Shepherd, Debbie McDowell, Dorann Waynick, Linda Holden, Becky Ramsey, Sherry Queen, Judy Mason, Becky Smith, Mary Ruth Byrd. Second row: Ivey Starr, Sandra Kinsland, Debbie Soper, Betty Jo Tyler, Linda Carpenter, Eugenia Parker, Patsy Crowe, Louise Ordway, Beth Smith, Beverly Gibson, Bobbie Jo Holbrook, Melaine Hooper. Third row Dawn Ellis, Kathy Childers, Diane Sorrels, Peggy Gibson, Lynn Henson, Mr. Duke, Karen Cook, Peggy Cabe, Edna Williams. fRAnklin high School ChoRus “Do, re, mi, fa, so, la, . . . ” C’mon, c’mon, let ' s have some feeling!! 123 First row (left to right): Leonard Green, Lyman Holland, Harvey Fouts, Clayton Vaughn. Second row: Mitchell Owenby, Billy Bowman, Ray McMahan, Mike Suttles. First row (left to right): John Rice, Thomas Bennett, Rick Daves, Tommy Cochran, Joe Mashburn, Marshall Hedden, Ray Pengergrass, Jim Fouts, Mack Dalrymple. Sec¬ ond row: Bob Cansler, Bobby Parrish, Allan Sutton, Neil Parker, Mack Harrison, Sam Talley, Clifford Waldroop, Steve Ledford, James Houston, Dellyn Vaughn, Mickey Mason. Third row: Dan Gregg, Keith Lakey, Dale McCoy, Roger Brabson, Butch Deal, Woody Allen, Wayne Jones, Jerry Anderson, James Ray. 124 First row: (left to right): Jim Fouts. Secretary; Mitchell Owenby, Vice-President; Harry Fouts, President. Second row: Clayton Vaughn, Reporter, Tommy Byrd, Treasurer; Joe Mashburn, Sentinel. First row (left to right): Earl Hedden, Steve Holland, Roy Cantwell, Donald Waldroop, Robert Shook, Wade Shope, Jerry Hodgins, Larry Sheffield, Mac Brogden. Second row: Richard Cabe, Clyde Mason, Jimmie Higdon, Terry Jenkins, Rex Woods, Dean Stiwinter, Wade Gibson, David Allen, James Sanders, Steve Stewart, Steve Shephard. Third row: Marshall Woods, Gary Taylor, Jerry Vanhook, Carl Mincey, Ronald Swafford, Norris Clouse, Ronnie Norton, Fred Raby. putuRe pARmeps op AmeRica Todevelop agricultural leader¬ ship, 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. First row (left to right): Charlie Houston, Tommy Hall, Newton Ray, Troy Green, David Norton, Roy Green. Second row: David McClure, Paul Ramsey, James Wiggins, Bobby Sheldon, Charles Parrish, Bruce Cochran. Third row: Johnny Waldroop, Donnie Roper, Charles Burch, Charles Southards, Gary Holland, Brent Crawford, R. C. Hedden. 125 ' T T®f ' : Ul jfj Mm Si ] L « First row (left to right): Loretta Barrett, Student Council Representative; Ellen Randall, Historian; Clark Corwin, Second Vice-President; Susie Gibson, First Vice-President; Jim Guffie, President; Dorann Waynick, Secretary-Treasurer; Rebecca Waldroop, Publicity Chairman; Miss Winstead, Sponsor. Second row: Nancy Bennett, Nina Randall, Janet Jacobs, Nancy Crockett, Gail Proffitt, Beth Smith, Becky Smith, Elaine Whitaker, Gail Kelly, Cathy Scruggs. Third row: Brad Warstler, Philip Drake, Linda Morgan, Vickie Penland, Sandra Kinsland, Peggy Gibson, Anita Griggs, Carol McGuire, Rita Salain. Fourth row: George Cunning¬ ham Yvonne Lyons, Cindy Weaver, Anita Elliott, Debbie Bowman, Rose- anna Coates, Beverly Gibson, Pat Rice, Michale Ramey. health CapeeRS CLub The purposes of this organi¬ zation are to foster wise choice of nursing and other health careers, to promote a growing apprecia¬ tion of the joys and satisfaction of these careers, and to empha¬ size the importance of personal and community health. One of the many projects sponsored by the Health Careers Club. 126 Seated (left to right): Chuck Frazier, Parliamentarian; Marilyn Crawford, Program Chairman; Dana Baldwin, President; Janet Jacobs, Secretary- Treasurer; Philip Drake, Student Council Representative; George Cunn¬ ingham, Project Chairman. First row: Mr. Ray, Sponsor; Eva Jamison, Jane Perry, Judy Arnold, Ann Perry, Mary Ruth Byrd, Rebecca Carson, Steve Shope, Gail Kelly, Brad Warstler, Clark Corwin. Second row: Danny Ledford, Nancy Crockett, Peggy Pluscusson, Janet McGuire, Phil Bennett, Carolyn Maney, Terry Waldroop, Steve Whitmire, Mike Mc- Sween. Third row: Vic Teem, Lawrence Combs, Jim Cunningham, Jim Guffie. Stu6ent foRum The main purpose of the Stu¬ dent Forum is to promote in¬ terest in local, state, national, and international affairs, and to debate and discuss any contro- versial issues confronting humanity. What’s a xylophone doing in a Student Forum meeting?? 127 national honop Society RATIONAL, HONOR SOCIETY! Susan Fisher President Mrs. Crawford Sponsor Marilyn Crawford Vice-President Judy Arnold Dana Baldwin Secretary Treasurer Pat Rice Marvin McFalls Wanda Willis 128 First row (left to right): Kathy Hogsed, Annette Thompson, Linda Plow¬ man, Brenda Sanders, Pat Owens, Frankie Ledford, Diane Sorrells. Second row: Sharon Welch, Judy Green, Paulette Icenhower, Wanda Holland, Myra Norton, Carolyn Dendy, Beth Smith, Margaret Dills, Dora Dalton, Carol Speed. Third row: Peggy Crisp. Helen Bolick, Loretta Bar¬ rett, Jean Ledford, Terry Morgan, Wanda Johnson. Fourth row: Rachel Jones, Barbara Bolick, Peggy Gibson, Audrey Ledford, Sue Sanders, Francis Cunningham, Elizabeth Peek, Jennifer McClure. futuRe homemakeRS The purpose of this organization is to promote a growing appreciation of the joys and satisfactions of home¬ making, to emphasize the importance of worthy home membership, and to encourage democracy in home and community life. Seated (left to right): Carolyn Pitts, Secretary; Jennifer McClure, Vice-President; Elizabeth Peek. President. Stand¬ ing: Rebecca Carson, Historian; Pat Rice, Reporter; Rachel Jones, Treasurer. 129 First row (left to right): Eva Jamison, Nancy Jane Sloan, Nancy Lee Fisher, Janie Marvin, Ann Perry, Mary Boulton, Dawn Ellis, Jackie Hunt¬ er, Linda Morgan, Connie Moses. Second row: Anita Griggs, Barbara Gillespie, Terri Bateman, Stevie Bowman, Carol McGuire, Rita Salain, Loretta Barrett, Nancy Bennett. Third row: Pat Pitts, Wanda Stamey, Dana Bryson, Reatha Rogers, Oberah Shope, Sue Mashburn, Ellen Mash- bum. Fourth row: Brenda Dowdle, Janet Mirek, Mac Wallace, Margaret Holbrooks, Linda Fouts, Pat Penland, James Mashbum, Steve Shope. Fifth row: Jim Guffie, John Shepherd, Phil Bennett, Richie Beale, Steve Cabe, Randall Dills, Glenn Estes. Sixth row: Jim Perry, Steve Whitmire, A1 Slagle, Wallace Setser, Mike Wallace, Lawrence Combs, David Carpenter. Los entusiastas espanoles Left to right: Jim Perry, President; Ann Perry, Secretary; Wallace Setser, Sergeant-at-arms. The Spanish Club continuing its tradition of unique and ex¬ cellent entertainment. 130 The purpose of the French club is to gain a better understanding of the French language through the studying of the cul¬ ture, the customs, the traditions, and the people of France and other French- speaking countries. Left to right: Janet Mirek, Student Council Representative; Philip Drake, President; Jane Perry, Secretary-Treasurer; George Cunningham, Vice-President; Janet Jacobs, Par¬ liamentarian. Les eleves fR ncAis ll m u K f ■ Xfc. 1 ■ V r 1 MUl ; 2 First row (left to right): Lois Shepard, Gloria Raby, Debbie Bowman, Jane Perry, Charlotte Ordway, Janet Mirek, Dianne Stanfield, Linda Rot- en, Janet Jacobs, Beth Johnson. Second row: Rebecca Carson, Danny Ledford, Mike McSween, David Parker, Tony Bryant, Doris Peek, Edna Williams, Donna Sanders, Dora Dalton, Yvonne Cabe. Third row: Phil Drake, Steve Plemmons, Clark Corwin, Bruce Alley, Terry Waldroop. Miss Wiggins, Sponsor, George Cunningham, Jim Cunningham, Peggy Huscusson, Nadine West, Wanda Chastain, Beverly Gibson. 131 Seated (left to right): Eva Jamison, Secretary; June Hunter, President; Mrs. Clark, Sponsor; Judy Green, Student Council Representative; Loretta Barrett, Vice-President. First row: Rebecca Waldroop, Sally Stiles, Carolyn Perry, Judy Arnold, Gail Kelly, Linda Morgan, Judy Mason. Second row: Linda Holden, Vickie Shuler, Cindy Weaver, Beth Smith, Elaine McCall, Pamela Teague, Talitha Baldwin, Nancy Garrison. Third row: Anita Norton, Janet Welch, Brenda Estes, Carol Vinson, Joan Weaver, Terry Bateman, Rita Salain. 6ewey decimals The wide selection of up-to-date magazines is greatly appreciated and en¬ joyed by all students. 132 First row (left to right): Gail Kelly, Nina Anderson Randall, Ellen Randall, Cathy Shuler, Kathy Hogsed, Brenda Sanders, Rita Davis, Frankie Ledford, Barbara Sutton. Second row: Melba Bryson, Audrey Ledford, Margaret Dills, Diane Anderson, Carolyn Pitts, Wanda Johnson, Pam Cassada. Third row: Brenda Armes, Carolyn McConnell, Margaret Styles, Nancy Holland, Brenda Estes, Rita Sanders, Janice Woody, Brenda Stanfield, Jean Ledford. Fourth row: George Cunningham, Ray Sprinkle. futuRe Business LeaOeps of amemcA The purpose of the Future Business Leaders of America club is to develop competent, aggressive business leadership; to create more understanding and interest in choosing business careers; to encourage members to improve their homes and communities; and to establish and improve standards for entrance into store and office occupations. lUTURE USINESS EADERS MER1CA e Officers (left to right): Cathy Shuler, Secretary-Treasurer; Mar¬ garet Styles, Vice-President; Gail Kelly, President; George Cunningham, Parliamentarian; Pam Cassada, Historian; Melba Bryson, Reporter; Paul¬ ette Mincey, Student Council Representative. 133 Our ye R It all began on August 26, 1967 —the beginning of a new school year that was to be unique in its own right. Some nine hundred students invaded the grounds of Franklin High School. We were reluctant to leave our three summer months of vacationing, sleeping late, swimming, maybe a little working, and just plain loafing to return to nine months of books, books, books! The first days were ones of bewilderment for the freshmen as they went to the wrong classes, for¬ got lock combinations, and discovered they were missing one of their newly acquired books. The sophomores walked proudly, realizing that they were no longer freshmen. The juniors seemed un¬ usually conceited and knowledgeable. And last, but not least, the seniors could hardly believe they acquired this high status, but they soon adjusted to the change. Yet we were ready and willing in another way because we were anxious to renew our old friend¬ ships of last year. All of us were wondering if we would get what we registered for, who our teachers would be, and most of all what our new principal would be like. 134 Before we knew it, the football season was upon us. The boys were working harder than ever for victory. However, regardless of the outcome, the school spirit exemplified by pep rallies and en¬ thusiastic cheerleaders was always there to back the team. The end of football season was crowned by a victory and a beautiful homecoming queen. November was a busy month for everyone, filled with hours of renewed study, with breaks for College Day, College Board pre¬ paration, the Teenage Workshop, and the arrival of senior class rings. Soon after the Thanksgiving holidays, the w alls of the gym were echoing with the thud of the basketball and the resounding cheers of the students. As the seniors finally endured their long- dreaded College Boards and began waiting for the verdict, there were other things to occupy our time —Christmas parades, Christ¬ mas parties, and Christmas! 135 With memories of the holidays still clear and the new year ' s resolutions on our minds, we trudged back to school only to begin preparation for midterms. Spring arrived! Our minds turned to things other than our studies —the outdoors, love, and most of all the Junior- Senior Prom. Thanks to many diligent hours of planning and decorating, the Prom was a success. Now we began to count the days; only thirty more school days until grad¬ uation. Meanwhile every spare minute was devoted to preparation for final exams, which meant passing or failing for some, and hopefully graduation for the seniors. With midterms off our minds, our thoughs now turned to the Miss Franklin High School party. Who will SHE be? What will SHE be wearing? What will I be wearing? As basketball season came to an end, each student had his own thoughts —some of snow, some of meeting year¬ book and paper deadlines, some of spring, and some even of studies. 136 The night arrived and one hundred fifty tired and yet proud seniors stepped up to receive their greatly anticipated diplomas. Regardless of what the future held, our years at Franklin High School would always be special memories to treasure.

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